Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: December 5, 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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HTAltKJE. FLORIDA. .'IUD.n'l.'Eun.R: : 5. 1941 NUMBER MIX 1

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The Boys Are Back- Warm Weather Jewish Welfare Board
All-Clear About Holland To
Signal Ready Speak
using Hearing For A Week, AnywayThe Ripens Berries Elects OfficersA

last echelon rolled Into For Two In Starke Unseasonably warm weather Is meeting of the USO Jewish At DedicationOf

Be Held Camp Blandlng today. bringingthe Major Projects playing tricks with BraMordCounty's Welfare Board! of Stai'ke was held

o strawberry crop again recently to discuss activities of
last soldiers back home from Difficulties in the way of start- The City Council Tuesday night and experienced growers are hop- the organization A report was usa BuildingElaborate

ember 18 Carolina maneuvers. For a few ing that a cold snap will come given on future plans of the< USO-
ing actual woik on the "first unanimously passed' a resolution
days the Camp Blandlng personnel Florida project" to be approved"for along noon, and set the crop JWB In Starke, which will have a
will reach Its peak strengthof formally accepting for the City of back" to Its noimal time, along wing in the new USO building. plans
the relief of towns and cities are bing madefol'
L the request of Governorrd around 40,000 men. but this resulted Starke the Goyernment's offer of In ciiily March. The following officers were
I where acute congestion the dedication of the
W M. Ed- number will be cut on However much elected Chairman, Louis Shafkin, new
L Holland.( sharply iromlatrge Army and Navy activIty water nnd sewage projects before as as they :
chairman of the Board of I Dec. 12, when the boys begin departing ," have at last been Ironed funds requested to take care of would like to, they can't do anything Vice-Chairman/ Mrs. N. Stern- recreation building I 1 InSlarke

L of BradEcaunty ; on Christmas leaves. about the weather. All beigj: Secretary, Miss Delia Ros on December 20. Governor
commissioners out. The $111,801 project for a
these projects could be made Spaniard L. Holland will make
; has called a special/! Filly percent of the men will bigger and better Biadford High available. (they can do In to pick the fruitas enberg. the principal address, and Congrcssman
for Tuesday afternoon, set a 15-day leave for Christmas School has now been straightened it ripens Among those who Others at tlie meeting were: Mr.
ne Lex Green will be
Ti to consider the question while the other half will start I out, and work will begin at once, The combined projects call for have brought luscious-looking Parlser, N. Steinberg Mr. and the on
18 program probably master
)housing In this area. The leaving on Dec. 26 for, a 19-duy 3. E. Spaiks chairman of the an txpfndituie of $341,460 in pint and quarts of berries to Mrs. H. Jacobs, Mrs. Coil Caller, of Ceremonies

rural will be held In the court New Year's leave. County Board of Public Instruc- Starke, this amount to be brokenup town this week me: E. )K. Yar- Sam RoHcnberg Mrs. L. Shafkin,

ting as follows:: water facilities, brough and Joe Feele of Lawtey, Mr und Mrs. Hairy Kauffman, A publicity committee has been ,, '
tion announced Monday.
ID, at 5 p. loan $70,000.( grant $78,060; sew- Mrs. J. S. Austin of Lawtey: Eddie Mr. HandUtaman. Louis Malwkoff appointed consisting of Bob: Sat.'1',"

Housing Coordinator attend Barber Falls Dead But instead of being only $11- erage facilities loan 10.000, Silcox, Eldon Sapp and K. A. und Theodore T. Tuiail. Mr. Ta- terfield. Mayor N. 1>.

Ion McClellan will 801, It will be $119,801, having grant $177.500( fund! In the Flor- Green, all of Hellbronn, and Mrs.J. rail Is executive director of the Robert B. Wear, K. WalnWl'lght.l;

meeting and explain the pro. been Increased by $8,000, In orderto ida Bank at Staike donated by E Thomas! who lives between I usa Jewish Welfare Hoard In and Do Witt C. : '

tin and furnish the necessary On Call Street provide for a 2-room additionto the City $5,000; or total water Starke and Ralford. Starke. ''a good attendance, while Pollc :

utlons that the Board must the Reno JuniorElementaryschool project $148,900. and total sew- Chief A. L. Alvarez wilt circulate :y

pt t in order to benefit by the Mr. Sparks stated. erage project $182,500.. a petition among the businessmen : '

Housing Program. William Henry White, barberat The' project was approved September -1 The loans, Which total $80.000, Negro Murdered Housing Survey asking them to clone at least i

[The meeting will be in the the Bradford Barber Shop on 2, with a grant of $78,8011 are to be taken care of from during the program, which wilt ,;:'

ira of a public hearing at which Court street died suddenly the and a loan of $35,000, the diffi- water revenue and sewer rental be from 9:30: to 10:30: A. M. t)

opportunity to be heard will\ result of a heart attack last Friday culty being that it consisted of charge. The contract, will be Wednesday, NightA Made By Army A military band from Camp \

granted to all residents of afternoon about 4 o'clock. S. two separate projects, and the awarded sometime around New Blanding will furnish the musica;

upon the question of work could not be begun until the The City will'decorate the street* ;,-
II county E. Sparks, proprietor, stated Mon Year's, and the> two projects will ,'
unsanitary or un ate In- whole amount-$111,801-was se- negro man whose name could! Authorities at Camp Bland ing, furnishing flags and ad -
ether day. Earlier in the day he had be completed In from six to .nlne many .'I
ted dwelling accommodations gone Into a nearby restaurant cured. Atter much negotiationwith months, It was pointed out. not be ascertained was killed In seeking to combat excessive rents who possess flags are requested'to !

nut I tin thi. county, or if there is for a glass of water; but droppedthe the "powers that be" in Presidential approval on these "Knight's (negro) Qua r te r a" being paid by personnel within 60 display them on that day.A .

Lbortage of safe and sanItaryIngs glass and fell to the floor, it Washington (through Jacks on- projects was announced only No- Tuesday night. The killing first mile of the reservation, have motorcade will come from
available to persons of vllle), not only was the grant Increased became known Wednesday morn- launched a survey designed to
was stated. He got better and vemoer 3. and already much work Jacksonville Beach and will return -
i income at rentals they can worked on through the day. but both loan and grant Ing when another man came by roach each person affected so there Immediately after the
has been done toward the completion -
ord. were put in the same project so to take him to work and found that recommendations may be
In the afternoon he bad an- of the plans. The en- ceremony where a like celebra-
that work can begin just as soon him dead. Sheriff A. O. Andreu made to the War Department.The .
lion will be held at 11::30, with
other attack on the corner gineering firm: of Reynolds Brew-
as CoIn & Kelley, Gainesville stated Thursday. results of this survey will
Call and Court streets. police- ton, Smith & Hill, of Jacksonville, the same men on the program.
forkman Diese architects, can complete the plans Because of a small hole In his bo used us a basis for War Department The new USO bull ding In
man W. E. Thornton had put him has been busy having been en-
specifications and award the body It was at first thought that request to the D 'fen"eHOUIIlng'
Starke, fully equipped, will costIn
in his car to take him to the office gaged by the City Council sometime
contract.The he was stabbed through the heart Authority for construction -
of Dr. VvY' B. Parka, when he before toe project was ap excess of $85,000 and Is nearIng -
On Roof project as It now stands with an Ice pick, but later on the of emergency housing facilities completion.
found that he was already dead. proved. Tuesday night Chas. E.
which was confirmed by wire presence of an empty 32-callbre In the immediate camp area,
His body was prepared for burial Rlchhelmer, consulting engineer,
Monday while the County Board cartridge found In the loom and thereby making payment of unusually -
Jones and shipped and L. A. Michaux, resident engineer -
Witt C.
I Wednesday afternoon, Nov. 26, by De afternoon to his of Public Instruction wall"In session Inspector who will repre- burns which seemed to be foundon high rents in distant' Red Cross Fund

bout 5:30: o'clock, Dan Glddensi Saturday and the architect was! pres- his clothing, lea to the conclusion places unnecessary and bringing t
Miss.' He sent both the firm and the city
in Hattlesburg
found dead on the roof of home ent-calls for a grant of $84,801 \ at the coroner's Inquest all personnel closer to their work.
been in Stark. since last when the work gets under way
dth's garage, at the Intersec-. bad and a loan of 35000. The two at the Council, and that he was shot. Sheriff Andreu Army authorities have made efforts Reaches $600
were present
n of Highways :13 and 48. May. funds are not to be kept separate went thoroughly over the projects also stated that a shot was heardin to have rents reduced In t.

According to his son-in-law, but work may proceed as long as that vicinity about 10:30: P. M. various localities to normal levels .
with the City J>tadl
ward Akridge, be_ bad been Training School there is money In either fund The man was.found In an old so not succeeding i n effectingthis According to F. F. Stump.

riling there for about ten days i Starts Next Week and the proposed bond issue may The new 'wfil and pumphousewill house in which there was only completely, the housing plan treasurer, $6OO has been raised '

ting on a new tin single roof be floated any time, not holdingup \ be located in the northwest one bed and hardly any other has-been resorted to. up to this time In the Red Crow 'f

or r Mr. Smith, About" "knocking At Baptist ChurchA the construction of tbe build- section of Starjke. beteen 9th and furniture. A deck ot cards was Defense housing la not project roll call. "This U the best we

time-5:30: P. ,M.-on Wed- ing. Signatures Are now being 10th street, ajnd between Julian found or\, the bed as If the"man ed with the thought of amortizIng have done sine the last war." ,

y, a lady walking by the Baptist 'Trailing Union secured Mr, Sparks stated, requesting and Raymond fctreets. The sewage and his room-mate had been the coat but Is purely a defense Mr. Stump said Tuesday Although .

race said: "There's. a man on Training' School will be held at the holding of a bond disposal pUnUwtn at the extreme gambling and had had a fight. need.. whose Justification is the time set apart for ,the ""

r p* roof." Thy pad. 1M' attention the .Etarke Baptist church/ next election. sooth .ndof Orange street, No;,trace.,haifeyet .been found of based! on,.lh&ri.f>d alone., ", annual 'Roll has closed* he- e' ,

er;"knWi11g;'tIUt''{. ttrere:".wat week,"; .pace'mber-C'-12th, 'with The old B. H't: s: -win 'be"re beyond the rWFroad. lla proposed hU-roomTfat: '.Xaccordlrig. to the 'It; Is the'plan'of the Defens stated, late eottrlb: *. will.com ,

i man there working* But she classes for all a meeting each addition to pavi Orange a t r e e i Sheriff. Housing.Authority after the present In handy Jusjt'lh' same, ..... .
modeled and a 16-room \ of ,
throughout also to Inclose the
following1 schedule ;
isled! The to this
that Bome hlng' was evening. 2- emergency salvage
will be erected as well as a "The Committee has not seen
looked and of classes, books to be studied well with a substantial fence. and rebuild It In those
ng. BO they finally room addition to the negro school. Holiday) Spirit > housing everybody" Mr. Stump continued,
lllicovered the body. and teachers who will serve is rural and farm areas where adequate -
The School Board does not have "and anyone willing to contribute

He had been working' In his announced: to give either a deed or a leaseon Shafkin BuildingOn At Legion CenterA housing Is not now avail- can hand the money to Judge 8i. I

Bucking feet to keep from slip- Baptist Junior Union studying any of the property it was Road 261 special "welcome home" program able. K. Perryman at the Courthouse. '

tog; off the roof. When his,son- "Living For Jesus" at 5:30: to 7 |, stated, but it Is a straight defense for the boys will be staged or to me."

.law found him he bad put on each evening. 'Taught by ,Jesse project. Louis Shafkin and his associates at the American Legion Center Rotarians Hear

I'll' right shoe and had died with Fowler, Xazo: City. Miss. -Manny KImell, Maplewood Saturday night. The Center has Draft Board ClerkThe Sergeant InjuredIn

i heart attack before putting onbe Baptist I nt e r m e d late Union N. J., and Douglas Shultz, of taken on a holiday atmospherewith

i other shoe. Dr. M.. B- Her- studying "Training ,in Christian Wet Petition New York-will begin construction the large open fireplace anda Rev. Edwin Harwell, pastOr Collision '', llf.

ong[ was ca'Jed! but It was too Service" from 6:15 to 7 and 7:30: at once on a building 100 x jook organ for dancing. Plans of the Lake Butler Baptist .
Lab Hawkins In In the
Ie De Witt C.: Jones preparedbody to 8:15.: Taught by Mrs. Frank 100 on their property on Road are being made for real Chrilltmas Church and chief clerk of the ,8gt. on

for burial, and he was Pajerskl of 'Vicksburg, Miss. Thrown OutThere 261 near Camp Blandlng, .Mr. cheer. Union County draft Board, wan base hospital at Camp Blanding 1

liken back to tile old.home in Baptist Young Peoples' Union Shafkin announced Tuesday. This A Yuletide musical program Is guest speaker at the Rotary Club Buffering of the from left a humerus compound and fracture face
uglu, Ga,., for burial. studying Fields of Service In the : property is 210 feet deep on both going Into rehearsal and will be Wednesday.A '
lacerations and W. John
6:15-7 and 7:30-8:15.: will be no "wet and dry" of the road 420 feet In
Church"; : sides (or given at the Center on Christmas brief explanation of the Se-
'by Warren Capell, State election-at least. not at the present depth) for half mile. The build- relation son, employe at Camp Blandlng.Is ,
ayi Dorothy Dix Taught Eve. The Center staff furnl J.ell lective Service Act and the at his room at the home of
Union Department. -the Board of County Commissioners will be on the southeast lot
Training ing entertainment for many occasionsat .f some of the amusing and
MI-M. M. T. Warren West Jefferson
To S. O. Weaver J. T. on
ruled Monday.
: Hawthorne. on the south side from il
street suffering body
Baptist Adult Union studying Quigley Rev. G. C. Powell F. A.I| This will be a one-story single Miss Louise Horton will again a draft board were featuresof
s. 0. Weaver had Inerestlng L. G. bruises as a result of an automobile
a very and
Scott W. P. Smith store building, of concrete block,
"Working Together In a Spiritual call bingo for the convalescentsat Mr. Harwell's discussion./! He accident about 2:15: Wednesday
letter from Dorothy Powell were at the meeting in the and Mr. Shafkin and his associates -
famous columnist Democracy" from 7:30-9.: Taught the Station Hospital.The stated that although most men afternoon a mile east of
newspaper A. E. Lightfoot. Interests of "no election. will occupy It themselves, hate to leave their families and
arty this week which is pub- by the pastor, dance at the Center on Starke on Road 48.
bed Special class for BTU leaders After considerable discussion with a jewelry military supply Thursday right of lust week was jobs to enter the service, the percentage '
herewith. N Y A
and general officers 6:15-8:15: pro and con a, motion was made and drug store. Plans are being a gala occasion with the acrobatic who will actually lie In John Pettlbone. young

Several weeks ago the Bradford taught by Mrs. A. J. Gross' State by M. O. Harrell and secondedby drawn by M. M. Mason, Miami, dance given by Marie, a beau- order to keep from going Is almost worker at the Camp, who was 'I

unty Telegraph printed an In- Training' UnIon Department, P. D. Reddish to the effect architect and builder, and actual tiful and talented young lady, Infinitesimal. riding: In the car with them, was

view with a dozen local men Gainesville. that in view of the many Irregularities work will begin within ten days, from Jacksonville and Miami, practically unhurt, as was also

on the subject of painted finger- Supper will be served each in the petition in behalfof Mr. Shafkln said. They expect to making a big hit with the sol Builder'sCommitment J. E. Paulk, driver of the City .
nallB Operative Ice and Fuel Company truck of
Recently Dorothy Dlx evening from 7-7:30: for those! attending an election /said! petition be open the store by February 1. ; diers, who have requested a return -
talDe out In the with considered, Given Waldo, which was In the collision.
Times-Union not
and this
classes, by the WMU cir "thrown out" A deal was made for engagement.
an The Ford was practically demolished
article along that line, which cles. which motion prevailed. property several months ago, and The Center 1 It' operated under
prompted' Mr. Weaver to write work would have begun long Pine hurst In the first subdivision while the truck received
the WPA's state-wide recreation
her a personal letter and enclose InjuredIn since, but the title to the prop- In Starke In which all lots only slight damage. Patrolman

' copy of the Telegraph article. Welcoming Dance Bishop erty had to bo cleared up. The project. will be acceptable to F. H. A, for Strong stated that he would prefer .

The following letter is her reply. Planned By USOThe Accident deal was closed last Friday. Lots loans. on new homes. It in the charges against Sergeant
Night Prowlers subdivision of L. A, Davis Hawkins.
"Dear Mr. Weaver: You were will be sold. Mr. Shafktn said, new"
"" t Service Organization H. A. Bishop suffered five on Call anti Madison streets at
kind to send me the clipPing United after the building has been start Active Again
which I have read with of Starke will entertain .the broken ribs, lacerations about the ed. The property is six miles the extreme western boundary of Fellowship MeetingAt

*wure and profit, and more service men from Camp Blanding face, and sustained ,other Injuries east of Starke on Road 261. Burglars were on the wing Stai'ke. Pine LevelAn

than (kind to send me such a at a "Welcome Home from Maneuvers Tuesday night when In dodginga again In Starke last! Sunday Last week W. '1'. Clute, realtor

!flowing tribute. But not you Fellows" dance at the cow five miles out toward Moves night, or very early 1 Monday agent for L. A. Davis, received All-day fellowship meetingwill

!* I nor editors nor critics will Armory Saturday night Dec. 13, Palatka on Road 28, his 1941 Weldon morning. About 1 o'clock A. M. the flrat operative builders commitment be held at the Pine Level
IVer Chevrolet overturned. Titus Olson climbed in at the from the F. H. A. fora
o'clock.It man
have the beginning at 8 Bowling Alley Monday
power to change behind Baptist Church next Sunday according -
one little mandate of Dame Fash- will be the policy of the USO who was trailing along back window of Nat Williams two-bedroom house upon which to the pastor, the Rev.
lon' for him picked him up and E. O. Orr, co-owner Mr. Davis will start construction
in the world of women | to conduct bi-weekly dances Recently home on Road 48, went through W. E. Hall The program follows:
Thank addition to brought him to Starke where with S. A. Weldon of the his In the near future.
you very much for liking the service men In at the along his bedroom, picked up pants 10 A. M. Sunday School; 11 A.

chat I write. Such letters of ap- the dally program. at their respective received medical attention and Stai'ke Howling Alley tore It and not finding any money In M. morning worship, with the

"ciation as your'a warm my centers. The YMCA will hands of local physicians, C. downand, moved the material off them, threw them down on the Vesper ServicesNow Rev R. D. Ingle of Jacksonville'

heart and make work worth- I' continue to function, In the then was rushed in a De Witt the lot belonging to N. D. Wain- floor. He then went Into the the At noon ,
bringing message.
;: Yours sincerely, Dorothy Woman's Culb building until the Jones ambulance to St. Vincent'sHospital I wright, Sr., to the property of S. room of his son, Edwin, where be that the boys are back there will be a basket dinner at

new USO building Is ready for Jacksonville.According A. Weldon just across Temple had a little better luck. He found from maneuvers In the Carolinas, the Church. At 2 P. M.\ the Rev.

use! around Dec. 20. to his son-in-law, a\enue. Mr. Orr and his helpers;. between $3 and $4 In his bill- the Vesper' services will be resumed G. E. Hodges of Hllllard will

Xmas Invitations to these dances will BIllie Powell he had been deer are building a better structure, fold, left his car keys and the at the USO building near speak, and at 3 o'clock Miss
Tree Contest Salt Springs, and the the Postofflce. H. A. Carlton will I
be Issued to young ladles who hunting at which they hope to have completed empty purse. Mrs. Williams said 1 Hazel Averell a very talented

The Woman's Club will again are registered with the USO. accident occurred about 9 o'clockas within ten days, at which there was $60 In the house, but conduct a 20-mlnute song service, < Christian girl, will show
these he was returning. The car alley will be re- to find ir. He after which a chosen speaker will young
bowling failed
|w flIot the annual outdoor Christ- Thwe who wish to attend time the the thief how the young people can be
IIIa8 tree lighting contest with affairs may apply to any USO was greatly damaged, and was opened.The lost his handkerchief In the bring a brief meitsage. Civilians trained In useful service.
tUh out an application towed into the Torode Chevrolet feet and the house, Mr. Williams stated with arm Invited to attend these services -
Prizes fW1sonated and fill lot Is 50x140 ,
4 awarded from ; center which will begin at 5 P. M. At 7:30: P. M. the Rev E. R.
for repairs. ,
. by various local oiganIwi blank. garage building will be 24x120 feet. While the laundry mark "MCK thoughof Bowers, of Hllllard, will speak.

*>*. Rules of the contest With the men back from maneuvers most of the old material will be course no one knows from and the music will be furnished

I be announced next week. the usa agencies are Enjoy Duck Hunting used much new material will what laundry. Mail Packages EarlyThe throughout the services by Mr.

planning a full program of recreation hunting and fishing likewise be used In the building. About 1:45: o'clock a man tried Pout Office la anxious to and Mrs. C. P. Ganus and associates. -
A duck home of Dave
will be put on to Into the
\Scout activities. A metal roof get
Gets Medal trip to Cedar Keys was enjoyed and tin-brick front celotex will Sllcox just across the street, but render the same good service It .
and Friday of last week a of J. R. has always rendered. Postmaster .
Thursday the home
The at
to deaden failed. Put
Boy Scout medal for out Meeting be used In the ceiling
Housing and a and Film
'Wing service to by the Rev. Cbas. Allen .the sound and make the place Howe on Eighth St., although the F. F Stump stated Tuesday. Ministers See
was presented of the
the cooperation
icoot In the interestof group of young boys while wall- thief could not open the door and he requests
LYle A mass meeting In summer, showing of
Anderson the reooler
at reg- Wilkinson, : public In mailing Christmas A special pre-view
Powell. Edgar general
;iir aeettng of the Rotary Club housing projects for Stark George Matbews board will be used on the sides. get Into the house, he stole some early "We are "One Foot In Heaven" will be

ednesday. and Bradford County will be held Lyle Anderson Roger Around $600 is being expended. ham, butter and other groceriesout packages the Florida Theatre Saturday
The presentation kill- busier this held at
Plait. The boys to be much year
.. and James and some going
of of the refrigerator,
Hall, Tuesday/ $6,600 worth at
lllade by Scoutmaster Cbas. at the City ducks and caught a and they have than usual and consequently morning at 10 o'clock
several back even
4Den for at 7:30: p. m. All tntirested ed Mr. Orr stated. The quilts that were .on the of the community
the good deed acComKilbed 16, of fish, which theyenjoyed equipment. auk tbe cooperation of all In this which ministers
nice string O. Andreu
both A.
of the county, Alley opened a porch. .
Bowling of the management.DEC
several months ago by I residents roasting over an open Starke regard," he said will be guests
:z ''n saving a comrade from I rural and urban, are urlle.l) to attend fire. year ago last Thanksgiving. working on the case. I

Ing in Klngsley Lake. I the meeting.


DEC 5 1941

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Italian shipping from leaving or entering Letter Box named yCourt and caushewhersu Brartfor. i CICHY.K..th..rln.COl'NTY. FLUHIMAl CHAN- tEStYY' FLURIUI4(015 T I IIn"1\

The Bradford County Telegraph home. Some authorities are confident that County plaintiff Telegraph seeks divorce.shall publlslithin R. Davis Defendant., Plaintiff Case vs. Thelma Rradley
Richard L. Davis Robert
Order In next four weekly Rradley I ,' Plalnl,,
Kntabllshed' 1877AAEAABER. these methods would in time knock Italy N' 16T0. 1580. l etrndapt.No .
) "witness 1 j my hand and official seal OftNOTICEFOUAPPEAR N ORDER OF

=T=rFLORILWPRESS completely out of the war, and force her Starke Fla at4tarke., Fla., thin December 2nd., STATE OF FLORIDA to: Richard STATE II1U"IC"f OF TO PI'BLIr APP'ATI'AIt'

. I ; ASSOCIATION to sue for peace. Editor TelegraphDear 1941 OFFICIAL SEAL A..J. Thomas .Li. Davis, of Boston Masnachu- knownY' Nhusr FLrIIUl. redder" ) ..
: of said. Court. 1B 4t U28Iam
v s} On the Russian front, it is apparentthat A Tot. To Starke, Florida An Clerk B. Wilson Jacksonville. Fla Yo'u are required to appear on You are r..uuirvt
In the
NATioNALhbII09R1Al.Assoc1ATION' 'o
January 6th., 1941 above January 61 h.
V Hitler is getting farther behind schedule There's a pretty town near Atty. for Plf. named Court and cause, wherein namtxt Court andtau,7hNi j

E. 1> Matthews ?____.-__-__ Editor And Oer Kingsley LakeA plaintiff seeks divorce. Bradfordf1ounty Plaintiff seeks .H;., .
all the time. In addition, he is taking IV riltf'HT ("U"RT. IIR.UFOHDI Telegraph shall publish this of child. Bradford >n(1( .
----- ----- growing place called Starke. <'OI\Tl. KI.OHIUAI IX: (.'H N-I Order In next four weekly issues.Witness graph .hall '
SUBSCRIPTION KATE tremendous losses which may prove disastrous tt'.. not so big. I will admit ('9RY* my hand and official seal next tour weekly"hll.h Ih'lunl 0,

Yearly $t.7LS; Six Month, '1.0O- in the long run. The Russians claim But It sure has won my heart. vs. bally Charles DauKhenhaugh.Uauwhenuaug-h Plalntltl.1, at( Starke. Fla.AlI") A. Vj.l Thomas, 1941.OFFICIAL Witness Clerk ut my.aid hand I..up and IAa lJrfh I

I've lived In the South. dant Case No. 1628. vet..n'l As Clerk of said Court. 11.14 4t 11-6 at !4tarke. Court !
fuMUhed Weekly on Friday and Entered .. S o- that 5,000,000 German troops have been North. ORDER UF Ralph Homedy, Jacksonville Flu. (OFFICIAL 81 Ihl, Sr't 11
I've lived In the AND: NOTICE! TO Atty. for Plf. Bam"A. J T
Mid Class Matter at the Post Office at Starke, FU. killed, wounded or captured. That is prob- I've lived in t b e Mid-West, STATE OF FLORIDA to: Charles. + Atty. for Pit.n.. '""MuomiiH l
great is DauKhenbauirh. of M a d v I lie.: IV C'HiNIV
ably a exaggeration. But there no too- 1'ennsylvanla. ('O"'VTY.FI.InIDA I -
Tune question but what casualties have teen. far But the folks in Starke are my You are required to appear on CF.R Y. IN: .nr".T c'unn
Japan Changes Her 6th.. 1942 In the above ( BH11
klnda folks January John A. Kane Plaintiff vs. Helen 01T"! "'LOItIO\1\
heavier than Hitler's who figuredon I named Court and cause, wherein Cane. Nil. ('F.UY. 1\
Well generals, C. Kane Defendant 1673.OKDER
When Hitler Doesn't Do So 'Cause they're all true blue. plaintiff eeka. divorce, Bradford OF PUBLICATION Lesley.. Buller

a two-month Russian war, anticipated.In -Mrs.. Owen Vaughan. County Telegraph hall publish tills... NOTICE TO APPEAR! tli8SulI..r.. Defendant T'loinurr: ,';
Judging by the tone of the government- Ord r In next four official STATE OF FLORIDA to HelenC. raM
addition, the Russians have taken or Witness my hand and Heal Kane, lit University Avenue ORDER OF

inspired Tokyo press, one wonders why destroyed vast quantities of tanks, planes, Poland 'Springs Maine November nt Htarke,, 1941.lOFFICIAfj Fla., thin 28th. day of Syracuse:! You .are, New required York. to appear on S1'A'"I NOTIC"g 0'' F'AiltiPA PCBIdr'tTh'tAI, '
J. ThomallAn
to the nse of sending The resistance of the Russians Editor Telegraph said Court.) )12-5 4t 1286Sum January Mh., 1942, In the above Butler' whose resldenn
Japan went e x p e field pieces, etc. Dear Sir: Clerk of JackMonvllle, Fal. named Court and cause, wherein Unknown.January I

special envoy Sal>uro Kuruso over here. The ,soldier and civilian alike, is writinga We enjoy rending about Starke ,I, Atty. B for Wllnon Plf.IV (plaintiff' YlnTeJ seeks-faJ.r"h'divorce publish Bradford this' You are 6th reciuHvd, |194" : ",I '.''I'' 1 I
: ::
The Tele- Order weekly I Issues. named Court and ..
and new and heroic chapter to the military and Bradford County 'I plaintiff
with monotonous regularity Witness my hand and official seal seeks dl ii
papers say annals of graph each week: You have been 1IU..T ('01 IIT. IIHV>FnltD at Htarke Fla., this. Nov. 13 1941. County T..lear"aph 'hal .
history. .
uniformity that all hope of maintainingpeace getting all the rain while up here C-OI'M'l.' FLUntltl IN tll'harles \:>- (OFFICIAL PEAL> A. J. ThomasAeClerk Order In neat f. 1I. Ie
6 in1':
of said Court. Il-144t 12-5' l11y hand '
is and that war The Allies have not yet won the war. many wells are dry and farmers ( Burrows. Gregory Plain D. Byron King:, Jacksonville, 1la. at Starke. Fin :h'' :;,
in the Pacific gone, .Mamie Hoal Gregory 1>e- (
But their gains in strength since the awful have to haul water for their cat. frndnnt. I.nee No. 162)1.OUOEH ). Atty. for Pit I A" Clerk of said Him:, J(') \

is inevitable. tie. OF PUBLICATION: O. A. Stephens, ri, ,
disaster at Dunkirk are nothing short of AN1 MVri<"K TO APPKAIt iv riRrrrr. ('OI'H'r. sin.\DFOIIDrol Atty. for PIG III
to this country Last spring you mentioned that STATE OF FI-OKIPA to: Kami VI'Y.. ."LOltln.", IN ('11.IVCKHY. -
Japan's peace offers miraculous. Little more than a year ago different of Interest Dente Irevory( whose, resldeiu-e larule :: -
Hitler like-in other words, she nips to of Ocean View Uror-ery Htore, Mary Agnes Hardy. Plaintiff vs. iv ('IIU'I'I'r
have it looked as if England was beaten, and thatno were being arranged for the 126 I"I r..t'I..w 1st., Ocean View James Joseph Hardy, Defendant (' '' .C'HIIt'I'\ in,11

t will accept peace if she is given everything force capable of even slowing the Nazis men In camp and I was glad to Noifolk You ,are,Virginia.required to appear on Case No. 1696.ORDER OF. PUBLICATIONNOTICE CKRY"I Joseph: i\

ti k she wants. much less stopping them remained. Time hear this as there are so many January 6th.. 1942 In the above TO APPEAR lift vs Helen riuldo!IIorrll'T." It.n
short trips within a : named Court and cause, wherein STAT OF FLORIDA to James .
I Interesting seekS divorce and custody. Joseph. Hardy, Orderly St. Mary'a ltosaa Defendant t'a, ? N.. 1
school of experts thinks that Japan has otherwise. And today Time plaintiff >f n 0'
v One proven day or two of Starke. ''ot children. Bradford County Telegraph HoMimal, h Ave., A 1'1'111.11'TI,
frotk 1r'N'e
is bluffing thin Order In Buffalo Ave., 1 York STATEr IFFLFOIGIPL't
be stalling for time-that she works against Hitler at last. such a good climate shall publish (
may Florida has next four weekly Icsues.WItneee You are required to appear on I MOI'rlll Crud..lI. Rolla''.
on the one hand and talking vaguely t and this is an opportunityfor mv hand and official neal January 6th., 1942, In the above and Sirs Tony La ,
I, at Starke Fla., this 29th, Novem named Court and cause. wherein Grand Raelne
311 about understandings on the other, in orderto Defense Strikes Are SabotageIn all the different Chambers of her 1941.OFFICIAL. plaintiff seeks divorce and custodyof York. Avenue- Poughk.'I'.,"
Commerce over the state to show ( SEAL) A..J. Thomas children Bradford County Telegraph You |
keep the United States from definite action This War OF ProductionIt An Clerk of said. Court. 12-ff 4t 12-28 shall publish this Older. In required to (mnJ,
state Is January 6th.
the men what the really Chan. R. HfHii, Jackiionvllle, Fla. next four weekly .Issues. 1942. In the
now. Every day that passes obviously is time we stopped mincing words in Atty. for Plf. Witness my hand and official seal named plaintiff Court seeks. and cause, nl
dlvorre, ,
like.This at Rtarke, Fla. thin 13 1941,
to unseat her from morning is was 15 degrees t"f ovj \ Telegraph publil,
makes it a harder job (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. Thomas nrrtniyi. shall
this labor In
crisis. Those who strike
against next four
i in Asia. above zero here. iv! nnrriT rornr, \nronn A.. Clerk of said Court. 11-14 4t 12-6 Witness weekly ,
her position of military power Ruth F. Courtney ('Ol'NTV. FLORIDA IV: CMAV-! at my hand and nfflr
defense must be called what they are- Starke Fla., this Nov, I
also makes 'EnY.Minnie iv! riHrriT coriiT. BRADFORD (OFFICIAL
day passes
However, every Shuler Jones, Plaintiff said
saboteurs. VI.KuBNelt COI'>TV, FLORIDA IV! ('H NC.JRY. As Clerk of Court 11.14IY
F. Jones Defendant .
Japan weaker economically. Editor TelegraphDear
L. .
Joseph Johns. Plaintiff
is giving absolutelyno This is a war of production. It is the Sir: ANn NOTICE TO APPEAR Eugenia Florence Johns. Def.itdant vs rmcriT roiHT,
This government STATE OF FLORIDA to RUHKellF. nnu
Homes in Starke that never Case No. 157*. roi'VTl,
American at- performance of which will JoneK, whose residence la. un ORDER OF PUBLICATION FLOItllMi, 1\
ground to Japan. The industry finally turn the hungry away doubtless known. NOTICE TO APPEAR (Frank ESY. i

titude, in effect, tells Nippon that if she decide it. Hitler is fast organizing the en- find that the bread very often"returns" January You are 6th.required, 1942 In to appear the abovenamed on nit STATE Florence OF Johns FLORIDA, whose to residenceIs : Euge No.Louise 16R6.M. Mlkulan Mlkulan,, Dohnda"Plaintiff

insists on conquest she will have war with tire continent of into slave In some form. Court and. cause, wherein Unknown.You ORDER OF PUBI.ICATld
Europe a great One morning an elderly man of plaintiff seeks divorce and no are required to appear on NOTICE: TO APPEAR]
other relief. Bradford County Telegraph '
empire to feed the Nazi military machine. apparent good breeding appearedat shall publish thin. Order in January named Court 6th, and 1942 cause In the wheielnplaintiff above. M.STAT Mlkulas OF whose FLORIDA rvuldunc lo:
the door, asking for food. He next four weekly iHnuea.Wltnena seeks divorce., Bradford known. i.
us.The The democracies must him to my hand and official Heal County Telegraph' shall" publish' this You
outstrip I
sur- was given a hot breakfast and at Starke.. Fla., this 2nd day of are required to appJ
British Drive In Libya 1941. Order In next four weekly I Issues.Witness January 6th, 1942 In the ]
vive. left the room. When I returnedI hand and official anal named .
my Court and' call ., e
Puts Different Face On War found this bit of verse writtenon An(OFFICIAL Clerk of Hold SEAL Court.) A.18-6 J. Thomas 4t 12-26 at Stark.. Fla, this Nov. IS, 1941. plaintiff seeks. divorce Hi I
Here in our own great country we have John J. HenderHnn Jacksonville, (OFFICIAL SEAL) A..J. Thomas County Telegraph shall publiOrder '
This unexpected -
into vital Libya a paper napkin. AsClerk of said Court. 11.14 4t 12-5 In next four weekly I ij
The great British drive greater resources than any other power. show of appreciation hit Fla. Atty. for Plf. Francis M McHale, Jacksonville, Witness my hand and nfrk
Fla. Atty. for Pit. at Starke' Fla this .Nov 111
could not have come as much of a surpriseto We have the coal, the oil, and the other me with full force. Not all 0'liriO TO APPEAR TO SLIT IV (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J iAsClerk
wanderers are crooks. Some are THE CIHClir. ('O" H'I' l'> AMI iv! riitcriT rot"RT. BRADFORD of said Court. 11-141
It had basic materials in
abundance. We have
Italian garrisons. the O. A. Stephens JncknonvllljAtty.
and ,
the German ('Ol'NTY, .
striving to find honest employ- FOR IIH 4l>FOItl> CO U NT Y, Fl.OHIUAl IV CHANCKRY. for Plf.iv .

been rumored for weeks that the campaignwas greatest electric power and transportation ment and are' up against much """I.OH.IJo.William O.! Wlnthers. 1IMJ. Plaintiff Lola' Hopper. Plaintiff vs. James

systems on earth. We have the great fac- competition. We may well use v". Katherine Wlnthern, Defendant. D Hopper, Defendant. Case No. CIRCUIT roiKT. nmti
brewing, and it was known that Britain favors of THE STATE OF FI.ORIDA-'I'o; 1579.ORDER COUNTY. FLORID IV ( Hit
tories which can produce the instrumentsof discretion in bestowing Katherine Wlntheni, residence OF PUBLICATION I IL. A. Van Akin Plaintiff, >,
had been sending tremendous quantities of course, but we should try neverto unknown.You NOTICE TO APPEAR Akin Defendant Cane Ni
war and peace alike in an ever-increasing soul enter- are hereby notified. that a STATE OF FLORIDA to: James ORDER OF PUBLICATIONNOTICE
supplies to Africa. However, it is a distinct wound a gentle or suit ha. been filed against you In D. Hopper whose residence Is Un TO APPEAR
stream. We have a type of industrial management tain an angel unawares! the above entitled cause, and you known. STATE OF FLORIDA to
possibility that the Axis powers were -Lucia S. Alvarez. are hereby required to file your You are required to appear on Van Akin whose residence.
which is not equaled for initiative, written appearance In said suit January 6th., 1942, In the abovenamed known.:
surprised by the number of troops involved, with the Clerk of alCo on. or Court and cause, wherein You are required to app
resourcefulness, daring efficiency. "Oh lt me live for the living before January 6, A. D. 142. plaintiff seeks divorce. Bradford January 6th. 194! In the
and by the quality and extent of their equip takes of the The nature .f said suit Is a Bill County Telegraph shall publish this named Court and cause. w
But all of this will be worthless if "Death always care --- for Divorce. Order In next four weekly Issues.Witness plaintiff seeks divorce, Br
ment. It .I is probable that this Is the .first rest. *> WITNESS my hand and the .....al I myhand'and official seal t County. .. II nublli!
labor is' determined to sabotage productibn. GETTING but of ,Bald Court at Starke. Florida F'..? this Nov IS 1941. Order In next Land ti
"lift la
time in he war'that Empire land troops not this 2nd day pf December A. D. (OFFICIAL HEAL} A. ... Thomas .Witness my nd oftlri
Labor has no just grievance which can- GIVING A.Clerk of said Court. 11-14 4t It-I "at' !''Itark... Fla., this Nov.TIT
have met Axis' land troops without being "If what do : h"flgE: ) A J. Thomas Francis M. McHalu, Jacksonville (OFFICIAL SEAL
mechanized not be cured by arbitration. In no nationon we give we really I Court. ,. 4t 12-1* Fla Atty. for Pit aa Clerk of said Court. tl-il
far "
definitely inferior so as best.
earth has so elaborate a governmental ..
equipment is concerned.The .
machine been established to protect the BETHEL ,
Libyan drive is providing a good
worker against exploitation. In no nation By Mrs D. D. WoodardMrs.
test of American war materials. The 600
on earth does labor get so large a share of Dave Woodard and family: G li

000 Empire troops engaged are largely the fruits of industry. Yet labor strikesat were dinner guests on Thanksgiving Z Z _5.c

equipped with American tanks, planes and a time when the very system which has Day of Mr. .and Mrs. Ira Al-

e Trustworthy reports from len of Starke.
other weapons. given it so much is i in mortal danger. aM"
D. D. Woodard several
the front'cast'great .credit on Amrican de- .
How much longer will labor blindly follow ripe strawberries from. ,his patch \
It is said that the
sign and manufacture.
this week.
American tanks are definitely superior to ruthless, self-seeking leaders who think Carswell Harrell of Lake City sOU' [.. ....::...:..\ ...... ....ti.1'i.\ siMIApISe.

German and Italian tanks of comparable nothing of endangering the very existenceof was the guest of his aunt, Mr*. ,.,-':::::SS :9'I' g M i!..21+ C-:5: :: : Mai?:.'::::::at.1:

their fire their country\ ? Jlmmle Woodard.. Sunday.SAMPSON ...."....:.. t::;:--.o..o.a..2&;,.......... ,&.T&.2 ....,.....& Rw :::.....12

size. Their armor is tougher, The man on the street is fed with at- ,." '-;.a..& ( :2&:ae :::.... .'...::12.13,1
power is as good or better, and their tracks up CITY ........ :::.:::..Bn .?.... ..:::::a. ......::::.t.l... ylrsi.......
tempts to push our country around not only ." Ilw/eh. ,....: ,.. .31ttsawa.
.2tll .
and under weather 'V" .. p"'al ...... &ti1 ......
in terrain
permit going By Mrs. J. E. Jones
Axis machines.The by foreign nations, but now by men at home tlaw+ ;:::: :"" ?:::::::\l wl"'eis....... pIn
the .
conditions which stop who refuse arbitration and thereby give the Mrs. S. E. Jones was enter- ssrrr.:..I iS5 \ *=**... .. \ u.-
has General the ....... .. .."...,
American Army a on tained Thanksgiving at a home- .... ...
.. .
greatest possible aid to o u r enemies by .:=-:.... ....... << ., .--
scene in the role of military observer, and coming with her children Mrs. E. ...*...... ...sueMum aTA' ,
blocking our own defense. '
N. Durkee and her daughter and t'A"--
he will be able to bring home very interest- /
great granddaughter from Holly.

ing and informative news. : wood; and her son, F. P. Jones

Britain's purpose in shooting the worksin We Owe It To Ourselves and family from Ft. Pierce; also

Africa is manifold. First, it is of defi- To Help In Christmas Seal Sale : her Ion and family from Atlanta .
Ga., besides home folks. All en-
nite aid to Russia by placing a strain on By now many citizens of Bradford Joyed a turkey dinner. = ;

Axis troops and resources. A new front County have received the familiar Christmas I The Christian Convention wasa 1 t5'i irTe1 i}

has been opened. Germany will not be able seals that play such an important partin success here Sunday with a I
nice basket dinner, and all the
to move troops and 'equipment from Africato the fight against tuberculosis.This Christian Churches of Bradfordwere ... o r

help on the Eastern front. Instead, she annual nation-wide drive appealsto represented.Mrs. .

may have to divert resources of men and one of the basic instincts of mankindthe Margaret Brown and little 1942 .

material from Europe to Africa. desire for self-preservation protec- son. :her Marvin mother spent, Mrs.Thanksgivingwith Wimberly,

Second the African campaign answers tion of our own personal health. Anything at Lake Butler.

the Churchill government's critics, who have we do to help defeat tuberculosis, helps to Mrs. Artford Brown Is in the e

been demanding more action. A sweeping protect our own homes. Gainesville Hospital where she
underwent an operation. We hope H
British victory would do a great deal for The Christmas Seal Sale is a drive for she will be home soon. :5W <<

Empire morale. funds to carry on this fight. It .is an in- Guss Thomas from Jacksonville

Third it helps place Britain on an offensive vestment in a genuine form of "life insur- was here on Thanksgiving day. TALK A1OUT MOOr Of HIfOKMANCII of normal drivings theytrav-
Mr. and Mrs.
Charlie McKinney dlstsnee
instead of a defensive, war basis. ance." As the public comes more and more were, entertained by their American record Here's that an take All. elled equal to a three times around allofeconomyandstamp.Dodge

In other words, she apparently no longer to this realization, there should be an in- children Sunday for dinner. They some of the guesswork out the world j they met weather with

feels that she must keep all resources as creased appreciation of the value of the have several several grandchildren married childrenand IN THE the champion In its else.. It conditions kinds of drl"lnaand, they wed ordl-

intact as possible for purposes of self-pro- work and a rapid acceleration in the response THEN AND THICK OF IT Clves you an Idea of what you nary standard fuel; theywho

tection. She now feels that she can carry to the Christmas Seal Sale'.as an In- GRAHAM NOW that may expect when you buy rledWltD.wlththe affidavit siwf
0 ,,';;;;to.bettb:,.ofyew new Dodge, the one you swore out
the war to the enemy on a major scale. vestment in public and personal health. By Mrs. L. C. Smith .....,,.. ...Ignmenta ...* ought to buy today. wards.

Fourth, and most important, from a All persons who received Seals are Mr. and Mrs. Fred Johnson and lei ...k. .delivery .. yew Oevrameat 730 NIW OOOOIS-.00 DimMT *- "THI OIAND AV..AG waH[... .:
anmafly Ca tche4wl average
military strategist's point of view, is the urged to get them out right now and sendin little daughter. Anna Jean of ,...Wit.. you decide to buy a [ CITIU-77.747 Mill mesa national per pOoo. The rest of

Waldo visited Mr. and Mrs. R. M. ew D..... motorcar. w (nick. (Tfee Perfect Tes ttof Cav Ute the story concerns the euprrb
of the
possible effect Libyan campaign on today as much money as their purses Johnson Sunday. yen dually ...... In theSMlntoiMBx Vfcole. Truth) behavior of every ear-whh

Italy. If the campaign achieves complete will allow. Those who did not get Seals by Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Starlingand ef Hits. vest ..... Yea on signal they all went Power-Flow Engine sod.
success, it will give the British possessionof mail can obtain them from the county family have recently moved N.I pre4wcHon Defeat iviMm. far out 00 the hundred; each All-Fluid Drive guperietTI. Sgal' "fji.onstrste .
covered one miles their
here from Jacksonville.\ We wel- )
invaluable Mediterranean bases. These tuberculosis association. There is no excuse i
come them In our community.. ( -... terms)
bases can and no doubt will be used to wage for anyone to neglect this opportunity to! A number from here attendedthe

naval and air war against Italy on a terrific become a partner in a great old American Christian Convention at DRM

scale. In addition a workable, naval institution-the Christmas Seal Campaign- Sampson Mlle Alta City Smith Sunday.visited friendsin 1942 DODGE W-FLUID

blockade could be established to prevent- to save lives. I Starke Monday. POWERPLOW' ENGINES

Laictey Methodist ."Jenua, the Saviour from Sin." I Promoted In Navy IN: CIRCIIT ('0 t.nT. BRADFORD
Plans are being made for Christ : COUNTY. FLORJD I* CHAN.
Rev. Herbert Hazzard pastor mas. The children met Wednesday Among the list of Florida men Start A. Douglass, Plaintiff. vs
afternoon for rehearsal. selected for promotion to warrant Mary tL: Duusl..... Defendant. Ca. J. P.
Bible School 10 a. m. MorningWorship No. Roberts Motor
grades In the U. S. Navy were ORDER OF PPBUCATION1
11 a. m.. subject: 8TKNOGUA E R 8 N O TI the following from Starke: Mar- AND NOTICE TO APPEAR

First Coming of Chr lt." Evening P.\DS--I e a e h -BRADFOIUI tin W. Struth. boatswain; and C. STATE I>ou ''a.OK... FLORIDA who** residence to: Mary I I. .

Worship 7:30 p. m., u b j ect: I COUNTY TELEGRAPH. Cordary B. Heiberger electrician. Unknown.You Temple Ave. Starke It'1ots
are required to appear 01 ,

.".d' ..$>>.1 .,t.te..l4.'w: ...... n":. '





[Bradford County High School Journal '11


STAFF"idltorInCIrtef; \ STAFF B. H. S. BackJudy Tornadoes Win Good FullbackHerbert School CooperatesIn Reserve Guard I I Active Pep Squad (

Thompson Great Victory Fight On T. B. Has Done Good Job I

Social Silcox Reporters, Margie Mathews. Over Monticello e.. r r IT With Christmas SealsThe For School Moral

:tIdlne Green 't0
Dorothy Features Wan a blocking line and a drivIng health of a community can I The Pep Squad, a vital and

Special Ovid Futch Joe backfield the Tornadoes sent Q Qv be) bought with (dollars and cents. most necessary p" r t of every i

bbd Bayer Lander, the Monticello Tigers to the clean- By this 'we mean that If every 'school and good team has been '

Wednesday night. Bradford person does his bit, however functioning extra well at Brads 4 'I
junior Report Bishop Edna has never seen Its equal on the ." .R small it may seem, to contributeto fold High this football season A

Davis Nina a homefleld, Three sensational lhifib the never ceasing drive to protect great deal of credit goes to th

Edwardspatsy Roberts touchdowns were made by Mc- and preserve Its citizens from Cheer Leaders and teachers whoa

11 .----\--- :Mae Parker'sports Rae, who seemed to have stepped diseases, the total of those affected they elected as sponsors; but the '

hewro ..---- Davis Into Nettles' footsteps, after Net. would greatly decrease. members of the Pep- Squad are
__ Buddy
___+ Doug:1": HazeD tles suffered his Injury. The last Since tuberculosis Is one of the not to be forgotten and, treated

_..----Features one was scored by Green who is most feared and destructive of lightly. Many times during these

Special" Joe Lander noted for his drive when he all diseases It U only right that ar( three months the whole school

my Hayes Jumped three feet Into the air there should I be a campaign has turned out for a pep meeting. j

junior Nina ReportersDvia Bishop Shtr.coUey. over the line.Dudley against It. The battle Is not a During home room period, on

Orlder. Edna I and Shufonl played 5 doctor's affair. It does not even Fridays and sometimes other days

r' Marjorie tackle with their usual as well' each- room Is giving yells
Markey E v a vigor belong to one person. It Is the
ill, Ferryman Thomas, Flynn and duty of the entire- public to assume and Dinning songs. A school

Galney Lander did a good Job at guard- responsibility when they spirit has been created which has

Girl's Sports Peels Denmark and Crews did excep- buy and use Christmas seals and heretofore not( been so noticeable.

Opal tionally well at end with Crews bonds The bonds that we. the Let us not lose It even thoughfootball

centering the ball straight and I students, buy and use will help Reason is gone.

'orial true. 11tbe backfield were Just that much 10( tighten the control Cheer leaders, members of the

Futch Green McMillan, Jones over this dreaded evil. Whenwe Armon Thomas 186-p o u n d Pep Squad and all students who

THE PLAYGROUND AT Gassett and McRae doing some Green has played a buy bonds and seals, we buy guard, has filled many a gap asa i have sat In the cheering sectional

SCHOOL real blocking and running. dependable game at fullback and our protection from tuberculosis reliable reserve guard during the game, your work has been
to Coach Parks expects him to develop appreciated. Do and
pldde! $ coming to school :McRae 154-pound back Altogether the above boys made There Is now running In our the eventful season Just closed by your part
fellowmen Into one of his best mennext your beat to keep- the school I
note about our was In there fighting during the poHBlble Bradford's winning of school a drive similar to that being the Bradford Tornadoes. i
year.Campus, spirit which have helped to
and other you
?,!try, past events season just closed, in spite of beIng five games the losing of four. '
held In almost schoolIn create living throughout the re
to learn every
subjects we come The boys are looking forward to
thy handicapped by injuries. Judy Favorite Songs
After all. weumot ChatterHerbert the United States It Is aneffort mainder of your school days.
It next for with
be more Is a sophomore and has a couple Friday a game a

do our best work if we more years to give to B. H. S. so far unknown opponent.In Green and Walter King to enroll every student asa Here aro some, of the Sophomores ( Band It Credit Also|
The band bus done a swell jot
In good health. Footballthe i L member o f the Tuberculosis
choice of
Dot the meantime the school songs:
Is excellent physical were seen ringing the bell atElise's Health Association. This association of keeping the whole school li
boys Evelyn!: Hall Cuddle a Little
feels that for a full of
Now at the end of foot. Senior Biographies'PATSY year door Sunday night. strongly urges each and Closer. tune and In spirit. Each member
g. thrills this one has been a most Buck and Margaret Beam were has faithfully with thi' "
of practiced ,
basketball Is being everyone us to bring as much .
season Betty Jean Wade From Taps
ROBERTS successful one. And have the
out among the crowd Wednesday alii of the director Mr. Bates'
Those girls who are ell.and aa we can to help In this drive.It .
ed. bave the desire will get Patsy Lee Roberta steps Into boys enjoyed It? Just ask them. night. does not have to be very much.It Till Reville. and receives now at the close of
the foot light, as the next seniorof Freeman and Alice June and Stephen: St. John Yankee
exercise at basketball prac100. may be only a few cents but Doodle. the football season the school'svote
8r r But what about those the moment with her biog- Tenth Grade News Bobby were seen tripping the still we will have the satisfaction of thanks and appreciation.
Marjorie Chattanooga
raphy. She holds two very Important light fantastic Sunday night. of
who do not have thee knowing that we have contri
denti 1 offices In Bradford called Seems If Dot Green and Choo-Choo. lor: rmcriT (c-ofMT BRADFORDCO'1'V'
High as
Monday morning we a
buted. When all the Is
means to stay after school' money Richard FI.OIIIIIA. IN 'HAN-
Little Brown
e Where President of the B Club and class meeting. The object was to Reese were having a swell time turned in the school will be issued Ray C'BoHY.
in for practice can Vice-president of the Senior Class at the dance Florence. Helen Kirolf, Plaintiff;
decide whether or not we would Wednesday night. Jug.Freddie
bond for the exact
a amount
exercise? There are noOn Don'tWe Ve. Jnineii Leo E.lof. Defendant.
7 get for and performs these duties 'splen have a Christmas tree and draw Think they've got something there. which It has raised. So let's Wimberly-Why 'nee N... 1130.OIlPEH .
the school ground Do This More Often.
didly. names this It was decided Margie Mathews and Billy D.
year. boost this Talk It
students\ in higher grades campaign. up Virginia Sewell We ANt NOTICK TO APPUAIlHTATK
Patsy was born on February that we would have a tree and are strictly! on the Q. T. They among friends and fellow- To-night OF FLOIUDA to: Ja......
\ Therefore we should plan our your Love. I..... ,,:...Ir. whose residence la un.
25, 1925 in Lawtey Florida. If every pupil who could would make a swell twosome. classmates. There. Is not a more Known.
iMchool hours to cover some you had been In Lawtey when bring ornaments to decorate It. Jerry and Buck Tarver were worthy cause or an effort that Roberta Whltfleld I Don'tWant You are required to appear on

10 of outdoor exercises so that Patsy was a little girl you would We are not going to buy any one good-looking couple Wednesday would more appreciate than givIng To Set The World On Fire Court January, and 1111 cause h,. 1 1142 wherein, In the plaintiff above

will bave the cobwebs remov- probably have seen her on her beloved ornaments this year because of night at' the dance which followed to this. Bradford High I Marcus Reddish When You Mr-eke divorce. Bradford County
ffrom our brains when we come !and I Were Young Maggie. Teleicruph shall publish thin Order
skates sailing around the the shortage. Names will be the game.
School Is capable of going 100 In next four weekly iemiee.
Margaret Stringfellow
i Khool again the following corners and sometimes on all drawn and the presents given Jacq ,and Mac surely did make percent over the top. Witness my hand and official
minI or study at night for our the Boys Good Bye. Neal at Hlirke, Fla., thle 29th. No.
fours. Yes she practically lived will not exceed 25c.: A committee everyone swoon when they walk- -By Idalou Davis

the following day. on them. Of course her knees was selected to decorate the tree. ed out Wednesday night It must Ralph Dudley Lady Ha Good. (:..i. ::..irll.rrroAI..)) A..r. Thorn..

I We know that one kind of food had to pay plenty for those hoursof Everyone returned Monday be a deep dark secret Jacq. Let Margie Reddish K. 1 mer' s An Clerk of said Court. 12-641 1220Chun. t
First Grade NewsWe Tuna.rts. u. Menu, JackNoiivllle, Kla. ,
\ got sufficient to cover all of skating but it was worth it. morning full of turkey after en- us In on it, will you? Ally for Plf.

vitamin, mineral calcium Some days would begin and end joying a nice long Thanksgiving Patsy and Vernon said they are sorry Ethel Gunter .Ilin 2. 14th Street N, W.,
.teln needs. Neither Is one kind with Patsy on skates and even week-end. got cold at the game. All you WaPihliiKtoii II. C. IV .H"I..T COIHT.cnt nll""I"Olin
moved away. We will miss hervery You art rniiilred to appear tin : vrv. Pl.omuAi i.v: CIIAMWeiiley : 1
I exercise: ; especially none at when her mother called her to Dot Faxon reporter. needed was an Indian blanket much. January. 6th.' IU42, In the above 4'Kit V. ...
L If we plan our time and timer run an errand she would crawlon 10 keep the cold weather outside named Court and. cause, wherein Alan .Clifford Plaintiff
James Davis has returned to plaintiff. seeks divorce, BradfordCounty vii. Helen Ola-a Clifford Defendant..
plan, we shall soon learn the hands and knees across the Fourth Grade News where it belonged! school after a trip to Georgia.The Telegraph shall publish this Cane No. 1620.OIIDKR .
tdule that will work best in rug 10 as not to have to be sep- Frank Oliver surely Is a Don Order In neat. four weekly lu.I .... OF PnBLICATION
first grade Is working very Wltiiennmv hand and official cent ANI NOTICE TO APPEAR ;
daily set-up for work and arated from her skates a minute.As CoD Juan. hard on their' writing books. We at Ktarke, Kla.' thin Deremlmr 1, I HTATHJ OF KI-OKIDA lot HelenOlica '
Jean Edwards does her share 1941. Cllffotd.. whose. residence UU0
of she
result this
can now
a We had a Thanksgiving Party to finish them
hope soon. OFFICIAL HKAI.: ) A. J. Thomas Orland Strut Philadelphia,
tap dance, on her skates with not last week on Wednesday afternoon of looking from Mr., Sponholtz'windows Mrs. Gladys Christopher. A. Clerk of said ('....rt. 12-S4t 12-21 nnylvanla.
'* to Miss Fernandas during It. Byron Klnr, Jacksonville Fla. You are required to appear 0.'
& 'End; .. a single.mistake. We had fruit nuts cookies Ally for Plf. January 4th., 1S42 In the abov
Another scene you would have and candy. 'In our' contest first period.,. We are looking. forward to I named: Court .sad cs.e. whereinplaintiff

{ He wonderfully o e 1 ebrated beheld was Patsy and, her girl pinning on the turkey's bill. Albert Shirley Morgan ba that certain Thanksgiving.. Ilf{ f'lR'"IJI'r'' COURT., JlRAOFORh 'ounty Telea-rarh, eeeke divorce shall. publish, Bradford thle

mlng is over and with it friends handsomely decorated In Kite won the prize. look In her eyes. Johnny has come Van Anderson has gone to <4'OUVTy' '. FLOHIUAl IN CHANKHY. Order In next four weekly( leeuea

.i grandest football season ever some old clothes collected by the Mrs. Hart teacher.,2nd home again. Wllllston to visit his grandmother, M. 1>. Dukes, Plaintiff, vs. IU.el I at Witness Btarke, m"Kla.hand, this and 18th.official, Novem.! seal

to B. H. S. girls. All dressed up In high Velma had a five page letter "C" class has a new story Duke, DefemUnl. ('".. No. Hit. her, 1(41.OFFICIAL.

| H. football "game. Wednesday keels, dresses dragging the groundand Grade StoriesFor Monday. Who writes stories for book. It Is very Interesting. ANn OHOtclOF NOTICE PUBLICATION TO APPKAHHTATH : I ( Clerk of nald HBAL)out.'d1 ThnmaeAn -
you to censor Velma ? Do you M. Mlddleton. OK KI.OHIDA to: Ilaiel
t t was a grand ending: and big hats they put on playa, Duke, whoM address le unknown. Chan. It. Hem, Jacksonville Fla.
for such tries at Attvfor PIt.AUTO. _.
that would have made Clark pay any money You are required to
ill i the band of Montlcello the memorized appear on
feel In the Thanksgiving we manuscript? I have a few tucked Betty Clark asked that we January 6th., 141. In the above I
03011 the decorations and the Gable unimportant the 100th Psalm learning a memorize this : named Court and cause wherein
at home if want to poem
movie world. Patsy recalls the away you see plaintiff seeks.
tier doing the whole thing: up and a divorce. Bradford PARTS
Thanksgiving song prayerof them. Little acts of kindness, ('ounl)' Telegraph hull publish thin
when of her greatest
> to right degree. Gee that time one thankfulness. Dot's and Jerry's fur coats sure Little deeds of love Order In next four weekly 1.

wag tops. The kids were performances erected was by ruined the girls when) In our art classes we drew turkeys are beautiful. The hair comes off Make this world and even at Witness Hlarke.my. Fla.hand, this and official}. ".u.1 USED: TIRES REBUILTGENERATORS
too. You know of the stage AUTO
some use ,
and other thanks- Light the heavens above.
pumpkins it
mighty easily seems.
real collapsed (a thing they could not OFFICIAL( SEAL) A. J. Thntnae CASH FOR .
since GLASS
friends they
she thinks the giving pictures. A special conference In Mr. We are trying to put the An Clerk of Knld Court. 12-6 4t IJ-IB ,
understand now
1ed In Starke Wednesday ) Mrs. Brownlee. Williams office Monday looked thought Into practice. Ham Fl. Wilson, Jackeonvllle, Fla. OARS AND TRUCKS IN
was simply because the Atty. for Plf.I .
t. Ask Freeman about the reason ANY CONDITION.
First Grade
made of old shoe bad for a certain group of seniors -
foundation was
i majorette In white. I think that was the Recreation Essential but it turned out for the Ruby Lilleyrniri'iT CIHCt'lT rOI HT "UFOItIJ)
r name joxes. Undoubtedly ..... Used Autos $25 up
was Mary. best. I quote: "A bad beginning ( 011'\1'' '. (U..AI IN CHAN" *
Patsy. 'N coritT. BRADFORD I-KIIY.
| Now: for the sponsors who were reason.The time In Patsy's childhood Recreation Is one of the great. makes a good ending." ('0 I'''\I''Y. FI/OHIDAl I.II AN. Untile H. Lowlrmoore, Plaintiff HASKINSAUTO
('110:"". VN. Clarence. l.owlrmoore. Defendant.
y gorgeous. Patsy Roberts of school in teach- One of our students evidentlyIsn't
which she will always think a est needs 1011 Ida, Plaintiff v.. Kind tin, Cane. No. 1194.OltDKK .
lpODaor 1 for Starke, wore a for- bad dream was when her front ing students how to get along as loyal to B. H. S. as he nthnrwUe known a. Ethel. Kaplan, OF PITHMCATfOM: I PARTS y

''reen, three-piece outfit thatI teeth were extracted by the den- with one another. Not only does should be. Do you really like Unfeiiflant. Can OF" I'U No. t.WATION 1D27.tmUKtt ANI NOTICR OF FLOIilDA: TO APPKARHTATK tot Clarence North of Town on Road IS ;
took my breath away. The tilt.l Her favorite drug store dish It furnish exercise but It teaches Hawthorne better Marvin? AND NOTICE: TO APPKAK8TATK Lowlrmoore, whose residence.
coat had a gray fur collar Her good sportsmanship and responsibility Ralph and Iretta are back In OF KI.OIUDA to: RthclMo. In unknown.
Is chocolate nut sundaes. otherwise known a. Ethel You are required, to appear on
her hat was just small Is Spanish. two of the finest traits swing again. The evelyn- nter- Kaplan of 1)20 E. 174th Street January 51 h., 1942, In the above Beware
b ro as to show her straw- biggest problem character. ference evidently was not as bad llronx. New York named Court and cause, wherein Coughsfrom
in In a
The most exciting moment You are requtrod to appear 01 plaintiff: : seeks divorce, flrailford'ounty '
blond locks. Her accesso- this summer on her Good sport smanshlp Is not as it looked.Seventh. January 5th., 1942 In the ahoven&mml ( Telegraph shall publish: thleOrder colds
were black. I wish everyone her was Court and cause, whereinIplainff In next fiiur weekly lumiepi.Vltnenamy common l
4 vacation in the mountains of merely something that you are / seeks divorce 1 Hrnilford \ official seal I

r. Her have escort gotten was a Vernon close-up SII-of North Carolina. 'She was In the born with, .but something which Grade News order j ounty In Telegraph neat four shall weekly publish IHHUXH.thin at 1941OFFICIAL Hlarke.. Fin. nMd I December: : : ; I, That Hang On 1

Smoky Mountain National Park, results after a lot of hard work.It Witness my hand and ..rUel..I..1 ( SEAL) A. J. Thomas.
she saw some people feeda is easy for one to be a good 7-0 at murk, Pin., thin 28th day of An Clerk of said ( ou'l.21\ / 4t n-u! Creomulslon relieves promptly be- {
where We have Charles November 1941.OKKICIAfj F. O. Clark, Jacksonville, ...1... Atty.
Margie a new pupil, right to the seat of the
Mathews other be It
the bear their lunch scraps so de. winner but not everyone can ( BKA.L: ) A. J. Thomas for Pit cause goes
r for Starke, was lovely In do the same. Upon a good loser. Recreation in the Mooney. We are glad to have An Clerk of r.al.1 Court. H-ft 4t 12-26 trouble to help loosen and expel
to and aid nature.to
II black cided him and hope he will like Bradford Wnyhrlxtit" .A Waybrltrht, Jacksonville germ laden phlegm.
fur IN cincrrr ( (M'HT. mt FOIII>
Jacket andblue reaching the bear she held the school furnishes an opportunityin Flu. .\11 lOa. for Plf.rtiirriT C'OI'l'r", Kl.llltllltl IN CIIAV soothe and heal raw. tender Inflamed ;,
and hat. She was wearing) food out and at that very moment which to develop that excellent High. CKIIV.Merita: bronchial mucous mem "
mlle which Is so typical of drove and characteristic which is so essential We are studying living creatures Iv (081ST. HMAIIPOIIIIroi 1>1. Nleml. Plnlntlfr. v*. branes. Tell your druggist/ to sell you
The two men up : In science. They are very '*TV, ri.oitiuAi iv" <'n ,:\. Edward Nleml, Defendant. Cane No. a bottle of Creomulaton with the understanding -
escort was Billy Dow shouted to everyone to get away In a personality. It teachesa CKIIV: 183S. you must like the way It I

bear as quick as pos- student to be thoughtful of Interesting.A Ituliv l.atham plaintiff ve. J..mieK IIltll.R op l"'I1J.I'A'I.W'fANI quickly allays the cough or you are
'wquellne from that net of 13 encyclopedias were :. Lal..m. Defendant. Cane No. NOTICH: TO APPKAIt back.CREOMULSiON.
Andrews a sponsor sible. Patsy found out later that other and to have respect for 1831. HTATK OF FIXmMlA. to) KdwardNletnl. to have your money
"onticello. given to the 7-U home room. whose residence. In unknownYou
student develops
wore a light camel had struck a woman in their rights. If a -
COat the bear They are about longs wild animals ANI NOTICE TO APPEAIt are reri Hired, to appear on
and a light blue dress the face trying to get a basketof good sportsmanship he HTATIO OK lo"I.cIt" to: Jesse January 5th., 1)42! In the above. for Couchs.Cheat Colds Bronchitis 1
by natural wonders wild flowers E. whose named Court and cause, wherein
bettering Latham residence In
an example of these food she held in her hands. has gone a long way towards unknown
bird plaintiff seeks divorce! linulford
fashions In women's bead The woman was blinded for life. himself for that game call poems essays, horsell'l You are required to appear on County Telexraph' hull. publish '

Her shoes and purse were made some heel ed "life" and recreation is one of etc. They are very January 51 h., 1942 In the above thin' Order In next four weekly
Believe me nnmed Court and wherein leeneN.Wltneim.
hack enjoy them. cause,
patent. Her escort was dust. the surest and best way. I be- plaintiff iieeki. divorce, Bradford my hand: and official seal
i McCoy. Joyce Moore reporter at rltarke, Fla, thin tierenther S,
Geraldine Patsy expects to go to Stetson lleve to develop that trait. ffciunty Order In Telegraph next four hall weekly publlnh laaurr.thin 141. THE QUALITY WAY

Silcox, a Monticello University In Deland. From the Recreation also develops respon 7-L Wltneu mv hand and orflclal..11tr.la.k. OFFICIAL RKAL) A. J. Thomas
looked entrancing the best It'teaches the student to ., Fin., this December 2, Aa Clerk, of said Court.. \12-641 It-It
'itrr. very of 1942 goes sibility. :
senior class We glad that Herbert Met- J. H. HarrlHoii' Jacknonvllle, F''...
sky blue dress with nut of luck for a successful future play his part in the game, to ac- are (OFFICIAL SEAL} A. ThomaeAe AllY for Plf.
calf Is well and back to school .ds:
accessories. and to do it Clerk. of mill Court. 4l 12-2 -
She wore a forget what you cept this as a duty
flit' and we'll never and that Johns will Ham. H. Wilson Jackeonvllle, Pla. ,
tweed hope Dorothy IN rmrtiT (cornr BRADFORD
coat with a white fur done this year at old B. H. to the best of his ability. Responsibility Ally. for Plf.
kr. have be back soon. It is nice to have rni'NTV. FLOHIIHl IN CMA.N: Vy
... The hat reminded me of is most essential in a KHV.:
*" Avenue., Frank Oliver was S.* Patsy. character for out in "life" no Evelyn Grlffls and Mary Powell IN CIrUTIT COl'HT. BRAIlPOnnFLOKIIlAl Carl De I... (Cart Plaintiff ve. 1 1R
escort. back with us too. (''OII""TY' I.1'* CHAN. Helen Ha Le Cerf. Hefendant. Cane
one Is responsible for you but rERY.P'nrcr1r: No. 13 1OKUKR.
That Sixth Grade News6K Frances Powell Is going to visit PUBLICATION'
homecoming enthusiasm and It Is up to you to Deloach, Plaintiff' ve. OF :
"WcreaBed her grandparents on Thanksglv- Pinnule, Deloach, Defendant. Cane AND NOTlr'E TO APPEAR:
by the colorful dec. take care of yourself. If a'stu.- No. ..to. HTATR OF FLOIIIDA' to: Helen
J"lions which displayed that old accept responsibility In Ing. ;: PUflLirAT .N De Le Cerf whone place of reel
Drd The following pupils made a L dent can Gay Drlsklll, reporter 'iltitEnoA'E TO APFSTATB d.nra le unknown.You .
High' gridiron to the In spelling this i school and at play he will more Of FIXHUDA to! RonnieDeloarh ar. required to appear. on
t perfect score January 6th., If42 In the above
degree. who. residence I.\ un-
It more easily
The week: Horace Dyal. Edward Shull. than likely accept I:* CIHCI'IT rwrRT BMAOFOnOTOI known. named Court and cause, wherein
"Ponaors did the decorating Barbara Jean May whea he starts out in life. If he '*TY. rLOItlDAl CHAN': You are required, to appear on plaintiff eeeke divorce, Bradfordounty

J* much appreciation Is due Billy Smith knows that he and he alone is ERT. Oralng-er Plaintiff ve.Evelyn January Bth., 1142 In the above Telegraph. shall publish this ..
and Jeanette Priest. Rate : named Court and cause wherein Order In next. four weekly leeuec.Wltnene .. eII.-Ioe.
Sod here It 'II. Thanks foretforta hueh Smith reporter. responsible for a certain: thing to Bailey; nralnrer.. bet.ndant. Plaintiff eeeke divorce and custody my hand and official seal l Iav6lr.rnngINSC.
Billy No. I"'. .
Cane .
at Starke. Fla. thin 29th. Novem
girls) and I don't see he will develop more of child. Bradford County Telesraph -
be done ORDER OF PUBLICATION her Uti.1011'P'1I.'IAI.. Send for NEW booklet eon-
shall this Order In
we can ever get along with self-assurance and confidence in AND NOTICE TW APPEAR next four weekly publish I leeuee.Wltneea HKAT.= ) A. J Thorn, taming' dozens of blight. Id.. to> Improve .
"you next Fifth Grade News STATE OF FLORIDA to: Evelyn my hand and official seal l lat An Clerk of said Court. 12-8 4t 18-H your baklns- Addreee: RumfordBeklns
year. himself. whose reeldenoele .. Powder Bo V, Rumfofd. K-1-
'all&u Iralnrer I Htarke, Fla., this December 2nd. ('h. .. It. Me ., Jackeonvllle, Fla.
Yes, there Is no doubt about Ik Hoepltal. I Oranceburs.Houth 1941. Atty. for Plf.
S-D Carolina.You (OFFICIAL REAL) A. J. Thomas
teacher with Recreation plays a great part to- are required to appear on Ae Clerk of said Court. 12.941 12-24
1 We surprised our ward shaping and polishing the January 5th., 142 In the above Sam H. Wilson Jacksonville, Fla.
Party and Fruit t named Court and cau... wherein FUNERAL DIRECTOR
Thanksgiving AU '. for Plf.nr .
COLDS a character and personality of a plaintiff eeeka divorce, Bradford )
Shower Everyone In the roomhad in teaching him to get County Telegraph shall publish thla My Maay Tears Experience Makes It POS for Me &0JFII1CJJNT. Realtor
lemonade cookies, and candy. student ", ..k ('IR"t'., orBT, BRADFORD BERVICBMODERATB ]
hand !: riVOMPT sad COUBTEOCa
along with ottxr people and to be QrWKnuseat and of lci..1asalat COUNTY, FMHtlUtl CHAN. .
Rte on lad a. good: time. loser. We tip our hat to ':::':, Fla.I tble December 2, (;ICRY. PRICES:
6 I..V.MBteeHil* to Junior Simmons of r a good 1941. Joan H. ills, Plaintiff' v... Fred
6.. ....-Nee* Gnat Wrfcxmre We hope be will I the :football basketball and all OFFICIAL BEAA. J. Thomas UtS Defendant., Cane No. 1(37 DcWITT a JONES
Crack u.... Freeport Fla. other recreation teams in our A* Clerk of eald Court. 12-> 4t 12-2 01tDEROF!: PUBLICATION Starke Florida '
ii7 school. Nathan 8<-h vlts, Jackeonvllle
"a.h..yr-Tb.r.'-R -Weaderfeil like our Patsy Dew. reporter. school. Fla. Atty. for Flf. STATE OF FLORIDA to; Fred





toasted nuts, end I cooked and ate the thing with afternoon Whatta
CLUBS. All WSCS Circles whipped cream inslstin' it tasted Justas nay!
I SOCIETY and hot tea. great gusto
Met This Week good as the ducks MMMM Vnnerxtand .
Circle Number Three I wonder? Warm weatherployin' was a mud-covert".,, ".*
I Mrs Titus Olson and :Mrs Eula Mrs. W. B.-Sewell entertained funny tricks with Florida after 011I/,

Woman's Club To Meet Visiting: Band Members Baptist Circles Wlgham were co-hostesses Mon- Circle Three at her home on vegetation Rawson Davis car out helpin'of a bog push Lily Enid,

Next Wednesday I Guests At Weiner Roast Had Meetings This Week day afternoon when they enter North Walnut Street. The living reports peach an' pecan trees knit tel' -sitters trim holy, "oen

tained Circle One of the Woman's and d 1(fining rooms were made blOHSomln' out around Quincy, an' boarding house tiea, 7 OUrcl
The Woman's Club will meet i Wednesday night, November 26, Circle No. 2 of the Baptist W. more attractive with bowls and the luffly hydrangeas In Mrs. H. ermen las' urn
Wednesday afternoon at 3:30 o'- for the 40 M U. met at the home of Mrs Society of Christian Service of and haven't quit Sattiday
was a big night mem- vases of red radiance roses, L. Brownlee's yard Hart, Louise
clock, at the club house. The bers of the Monticello High School R. B. Alvarez :Monday afternoon the Methodist church', Mrs.with Olson's soon after the arrival of the bloom In' yet. Mrs. J. H (remarkable mother an' father McRa '*? L
president, Wins Evelyn Stump living room was .bright:! makln
with and coffee Lord it's
nine members one guests the hostess served memory) says rest of the up
will band, and also for Miss Marjorie! flowers :plants. party
preside over the business cut potted
y.nd Hear
visitor pre sent, Mrs. W. B fruit salad and cake. While refreshments the first November with no frost YWCA will
soHslon. After the business meet- Stump, of Starke, its leader. It Alexander, leader, had charge of Mrs W. as the
Ing the chairman of music, Mrs. was the occasion of the football, the devotional: and also the program the program and reviewed an piano duet was played by Misses ago out-I Into YMCA ID
E. M. Davis will article "Paths to Faith a year new USO bid ,,
present a candle- game between Monticello and the for the Lottie Moon Weekof on Virginia Sewell and Roberta ,
light program of ChrlHtmas Thanksgiving topic from World 'T7OB'ieem like the same
Prayer for foreign mIssions. p
music. B. H. S. Tornadoes. Althoughthe H, Outlook. Miss Kate Struth led Whltflcld. USO dance Sattiday night: big doubtless be a w.U
She assisted Mrs J.
was by
Hostesses: Mrs. E. I* Matthews, Monticello ball team lost, the Lord and Mrs. R. A Thomas. the devotional service,' and also The program centered aroundthe crowd, swell affair, Gals from spot for the many girls! who ,
:Mrs. L. A. Davis Mrs. C. A. band won-the applause of the reviewed an article from the Out- Christmas idea and the most Jax G'ville an' Butlervllle I helpIn' around here these days
After the program the business : beautiful story ever told, 'Luke line .
Knight Mrs. W. E. Middleton, entire town and a weiner roastat look entitled "What ChurchWomen to'diminish the stag
:Mrs. E., S. Matthews Mrs. M. the home of Mr, and Mrs FredF. meeting was conducted by Mrs. are Talking About." second chapter, 8-14 verses, was Red, white an' blue crepe paper Ruth CouI'tneyultt'tl from
Alexander with the
W. Morrow, Mrs. J. W. Home. Stump. The circle chairman, Mrs. 01- lead by the program streamln' from the high-beamed land Springs MeDear ,
by Mrs. Clyde Priest The personal which was fol-
Mrs. T. T. Long,
thanks to Alpine olyn-Your
son, presided over a business ses Armory celling, writings
get b
There were about 100 service chairman <
persona; reported the World"
Woodman Circle MembersTo sion. During the social periodthe lowed by "Joy to tactics of Mac McInnis an' Lou and better. I do enjoy smile
present In the Stumps spacious taking magazines to Camp Blending Mrs. E. L.
and sung as a Malakoff Unnerstand they way you sign off
hostess sandwiches and
served use ,
Elect Officers
yard, including the 25: membersof and the Mission Study Williams and Mrs. Long each Wo
like Well
around u thanks
hot tea. climbed p ? for the
the B. H. S. band and its Chairman six in the ore
reported the
selection suitable to
gave a artists An'epeakin' Mrs. S. Hmmnun
All Woodman Circle membersare veteran trapeze
leader A. W. Bates and Btan'
num- class.
a study In bookof
Numtwr Two of Christmas. a
Circle spirit
of the USO-dedication better, eh?
asked to attend the
regular Sumpin
ber of Starkeltes. Welners, toast Plans made for serving hostessto there ,is a
were Christmas
Mrs. William Blair was poems of the magnificent new buildingon a fruit cake after
meeting Tuesday night. Dec. 9 you
at which time the election of officers ed marshmallows, popcorn and supper on December 9 for the B, Circle Number Two, and her poem entitled "To the Christmas the 20th should be a red letter on It! Which reminds pour
soft drinks were served. T. U study clans, and a bill for where Tree which was written by the
for the year 1942 will be living and dining rooms, occasion Governor Holland 'Twon't be long now, if
The young people spent the flowers was ordered paid. The, the guests were seated, were dec- Rev. G. C. Powell, pastor of the definitely booked to do the hon- know what I mean
held.A night in the homes of Starke and session closed with by Christmas Methodist church, and' this A
prayer orated with a blooming Starke
the celebs don't
here ,
and from you better
covered dish will bet ors, you take
supper Ralford and of them I a
many en- Mrs Alexander, after which delicious also read b :Mrs.
1 enjoyed after a short program joyed a "breakfast" at the Stump refreshments served cactus and other potted plants. poem was closed y with will trek to Jax Beach for a simi- at the calendar, you dope
;\\.W and business session, with the residence. Miss Stump Is the were her The devotional service was led Long. program lar ceremony, an' then to the Says your (Christmas Gift!)
: r': Circle members as hostesses first full-time band teacher at by the hostess, assisted by by Mrs J. W. White and closed singing "Silent Night. Fla.-UCLA football game in th<* -Cara
,, little daughter. Miss Amelia Ray, Mrs. L. D. Vining, circle chair
I f by prayer.
..... Monticello. She Is In her second
.. The next meeting will be held .
I "I. -- --". assistant circle chairman, had man, presided over the business -
year there and the band has made
with Mrs. Floyd Green. charge of the program and prevented session Mrs. Junius M. Smith,
remarkable under her 96
progress 9
Mrs. W. E MIddleton, circle treasurer, received a liberal
H guidance I l Circle No. 3 of the Baptist W, who reviewed "She Set the WorldIn offering for both state and local

<<} : -, M. S. met Monday afternoon at her Heart," which was a sketchof work.

'r"I I 3 o'clock at the home of Mrs. Q the life of Mrs. Lizzie H. f/-}

W Alderman with 11 members Glide of San Francisco, who In- Sunday School Class,
l' I ANTIQUE present Mrs. H. L. Brownlee vested not less than four million Fred
Taught By Guy
conducted the devotional, reading dollars in the Kingdom of God. A CERTIFICATE % -
: passages from the Book of Luke, beautiful 'poem, "The Chimes of Has Enjoyable PartyThe < GIFT I

, 'i. Mrs. Jesse Newsom, secretary, GUd was read by Mrs F. H.
;,,4s f T FINISH read the minutes of the last meeting Long, after which Miss Olive Ray Young Adult FellowshipClass
Methodist church !
of the
and Mrs. Brownlee gave thetreasurer's told the Impressive story of the W (JpJfJ/I
school, which is taught by
I report. Mrs. P. M life of Charles Jones Soong, a .
at the
met Friday night
Barefoot gave the $100,000 Club famous man of China. Mrs, I. P. Guy
report, of which the Circle pledgeIs Shepherd read a short story from home of Mr. and Mrs D. P. ,
$3: each month. Mrs R. A Carpenter and had a delightfulclass
the World Outlook, which told of g
t Newsom also reported that refreshments how a censor was converted by party !
were served duringthe reading the soldiers' mail. To Mrs. Hallie Jones, social

R. A.'s Focus Week. Mrs. A. Z. Adkins, circle chairman chairman, Is due much credit for ;

After the business session, sev- conducted a business session planning this enjoyable affair. t 11

d eral Interesting topics were discussed and at this time arrangements The guests arrived at seven o'- -
gas '
: cS by the following members: were made to put flowers in the clock and supper was cooked on $- ,

+. b1r, Mrs. 0. W. Alderman, Mrs. J. E church for the month of Decem- the outdoor fireplace and served
e Futch, Mrs Orle Wiggins, Mrs. ber. The circle treasurer, Mrs. I. from a long table on the lawn.

W. H. House, Jr., Mrs W. E. P. Shepherd, reported the finan- After slipper the young people ANY; WOMAN ON YOUR GIFT LIST

Lawson, a new member who was cial standing of the circle and went Into the living room and en- WILL BE JUST DELIGHTED WITH A

received at this meeting. received a liberal offering for joyed playing games and singing GIFT CERTIFICATE FROM STARKE

LADIESUNDERWEAR Delicious refreshments of sher- local work. popular songs, with D, P. Car- BEAUTY SHOPPE-AND THEY ARE

bet and pound cake were served During the social half hour, the penter as accompanist.There OBTAINABLE IN ANY DENO llNA-

by Mrs. Alderman, Mrs. House, hostess, assisted by Mrs. Adkins, were 20 class members TION.

and Mrs J. M Brownlee. I served pumpkin pie topped with. present

3Ins i The next meeting will be with .

SLIPS 4The Mrs. Ethel M. Biggs.Intermediates STARKE BEAUTY SHOPPE

$1.50 to $3.95 Enjoy Carolyn Callstreet
; 96 'I'e
rich calfskin in this "In-The-Bag" Party .

NIGHTGOWNS smart Jarman style is
Friday the Intermediate -
,.. I hand-rubbed with a special -
stain that gives Fellowship g r Q u p off, the .' .
I a
$1..98to $8.95HANDKERCHIEFS ... and deep shadej! if of q i i'jrjch Methodist Church enjoyed a 'party Well, StArke IN Starke Once does the next bus leave for Mon- -

tan-, come in and, see how y -"It's In the bag"-at the church more With "soldiers back ticello?" Mrs. Roy Mathews .
school building. an' plenty of Jack An' the among the most enthusiastic
it with the
goes Invitations were sent out on sidewalks jammed an' the movies rooters Ruby Lllley comIn'
new suiting fabrics! small brown bags; decorations crammed An' the neon prepared for the damp bleachers

Most Styles were of blown-up "varioussizedbags. gleamin' an' the jook boxes with a pack of newspapers and GIFT HINTS

.25 to $1.75 Bag games/"How are you Bcreamln' An' the white-way tharLa' ,them generously w 1 t bothers
$5.50,to $8,50AI.EXANDER feeling Hot Bag" and "Stunt glow In' an' the beer taps flowln' less thoughtful Merrill

-- Bag" were played.Refreshments . An' the elbows shovln', an' McMillan an' MUton Brownlee

were served In the couples a-lovin' An' the among the comers-homers ,

COSTUMEJEWELRY bags to Barbara Keen, Florence gals oil preenln', an' the taxis: ,

Gardner, Frances Colley, Frances careenln' An' the pop corn Early Birds: Virginia (Mrs

IHOIS *O* MIR Powell Emma Jean Lumpkin, sell In', an' the newsboys yellin' Chas.) Darby has had her Xmas FOR HIM

Sharon Hall, Joe Monteith, Edwin An' the barbers all busy, an' cards addressed two weeks .

.50 to $8.95DON'T Williams, Lyle Anderson Steve the waitresses dizzy An' the Leila Mundy's garage apt. boasts

: Weldon, Jr., BUly Smith, Miss photo shops cllckin', an' nobody I the first window wreath SIIEAFFERS PENS & PENCILS,
Carol White, Rev. and Mrs. Q. C. klckln' An' the telephones Tempus fugit item: Some WSCS

& Powell and Mrs. L. F. Smith. rlngln', an' the Army wives sing- members were under the impression MILITARY SETS, BILL FOLDS,
FAIL In' An' the whole I town the parsonage bad "just"been

COMPANYStarke MANUSCRIPT COVERS -91 wacky Ain't It great, by painted r A check-up ELECTRIC SHAVERS,' SHAVING SETS,

To See, Our Fla. per 100- BRADFORD COUNTY cracky! revealed, however, it hadn't been SMOKING SETS PIPES & TOBACCOS,
TELEGRAPH. prettied in nine long years ,
New Spring Sure It's great to have 'em' Florence North graciously waltln' AND WRIST WATCHES
back, an' from all jl hear we'll I on customers in Leila's Ros
have to go some to outdo the Williams lookln' out for Jacob's

DRESSES magnificent way those Carolina during her dad's absence, causedby
,. .
folks treated the maneuver-lads Illness again Hope you'll FOR HER I

Now A. W. Anderson, George Sil- soon be back, Jake. .
cox, Cliff Hazen, an' Oliver Hutto

On Display among the localltes who came Spotted an' Jotted : Levy
back sin gin' the praises of the Canova's swanky new tan horse

folks up yonder Come on, less carriage Annie Mae GARDEN TOILET ARTICLES ALSO
STARKE FLA Starkeltes! Don't let It be said Kemper on the local scene i

DON'T FORGETWe that our boys had to' go NORTHto Shoe Shine Boy J. W. Walker CARA NOME & EVENING IN PARIS

find out about ,SOUTHERN askin' for a Red' Cross Jar an'
Specialize PROGRAMVKEK, : BEGINNING DEC 7, 1941 lospitallty: Now If every- droppln In five pennies-a tip DRESSER SETS, POWDERS,

GIFT Sunday, Monday body greeted 'em as enthusiastically he'd just received .Blue
The Drama That Turned the Nation Into One Big as Hilda Thompson, they'd Diamond open again after 11
WRAPPINGLadies know we're glad to have 'em o'clock these nights Curfew TRAVELINGBAGS
Gossip Column. Most Sensational Product of the U. S. PERFUME ATOMIZERS,
Jack When
Hilda. caught the lifting really appreciated by lotsa
It's Terrific first glimpse of her returnln' Starkeites John is actually VASES & POTTERY, COSTUME
ORSON WELLES IN hubby, she dashed |out of the smilln' once more Dancln' at

"CITIZEN KANE"With beauty parlor, letting beautifying the Legion Rec. Center las' week: JEWELRY AND COMPACTS

And Junior the Mercury Actors: Jos. Cotten, Dorothy Com- equipment fall where '
Dresses ingore, Everett Sloane, George Coulourls, Paul Stewart Thass the spirit ? Ruth S., Patsy K., Evelyn H.,

Erskine Sanford Ray Collins, Agnes Moorebead, Ruth Ellse G. an' lotsa others .
$5.98 to $29.50 Warrick, William Alland. Ilomecomln' game; las' week Specially nice gesture: Servln'
Added: Paramount News Cartoon was mahvelous. with our own coffee 'bout eleven .
Pep Squad out-doln' Itself and

Wednesday, Thursday-Dec. 10. 11-Double Feature the Monticello Band uttln' on a Hear Lyle Anderson bagged a & AGFA ,CAMERAS

All Winter No. 1-"LADY SCARFACE" show that held us all enthralled sea gull on a duck-sbootln' ex-

Madman Heart in a Woman's body. She Speaks And, were we proud becauseIt pedition las' week The boysJ. NUNNALLYS AND WHITMANS
Coats AndCostume is our own Marjorie Stump
and the Underworld
quakes. Another great personal CANDIES '
Suits, triumph for Judith Anderson, the vengeful housekeeperof gets(who the teaches credit over for workln.there)' who this H. 'COUOTMANCHBUT

Wool Dresses "Rebecca. wonder In two short"years Watch-Maker .
With Dennis -
O'Keefe Judith Anderson, Frances Neal '
Red Monteith paid, the most sincere WITH CONFIDENCE

Sweaters,. Hats, Mildred Cooles, Eric Blore compliment When thosecaptlvatln AT

No. 2-"FEDERAL FUGITIVE"With majorettes came YOUR HOME JEWELER: We Carry A .Complete Line Of Christmas Wrapping]
And Hand Bags Nell Hamilton. Doris Day march In' by he yelped: "When

Reduced Toi'2 Added: News Fox Cartoon And Tree DecorationsALL

Friday, Saturday-Dec. 12 13--Double Feature

With Robert Taylor and Mary Howard


PRICELe'iIQ'.s Zooming Straight Into Trouble With James Dunn HAROLD C. WALL AGENCYConstant
Chapter No. 7 "Sew Raider*" Added: Cartoon Comedy LIKE

Saturday-Midnight Show-11:30 P. M.-Dec. 13

[ r. ''f _With 'S1d11ey'Tol1er" ANan N gANALionel ''Atwell, Mary Service Over 50 Years CARPENTER'SStore

128 E. Call St. Nash Added: No. 10 Information Please Please Phone 146 Starke



DEC 5-1941 M'n'


BITS of LOCAL NEWS Jos. E. Wilson; vas' confined to and Mrs. W H. Griffin, Mr and Watterson, and Mrs J. W. Horne Jones and Mrs. A, C. Dennison. I'
his home this week with an at-j I Mrs. T. C. Chastain, and Mrs. ,I II were shopping Monday afternoonIn I The Hampton W M. IT. met ., '
Lynn Hall attended the Fifth Gainesville.Mr. .
tack of Influenza.. Wednesday afternoon at the home "
I I I Sunday Convention of the and MI's. C. A[. DonnUon
and Mi'* Henry Malloy Mr. and Mrs. A. E. McKinney I I Mrs. \V. H. Struth and MUs T. K. McClane, Sr., has been I tian Churches of Bradford chrllt-j had as their guests Sunday afternoon of Mrs. T. F. Brown. Eight mem-

it Thompson of Monticello, attended the Golden Wedding Anniversary i Kate Struth ha
Bin guests of the of Mr. and Mrs Will, during the past week Mr. and i because of illness. Sampson City Sunday. man of Gainesville.. to dlsciiHn the topic and enjoy a
t1IankSglvlng '
Mrs. W. L. Edwards social hour with the hostess.
Milligan at Palatka and daughter -
Saturday Mrs. T. M. Cutely, owner of
Hall the weekendIn
family! daughter of night, Nov. 29, from 7 to 10 P. Fredrlka; Mrs Frank G. AT THK elll'ItCIJI.i\:! spent Mr and Mr. C. D. Lynn andchlldr'n
(ISO)' Lighifoot, M. Bauknight and daughter Jane the Florida and Ritz Theatres, Baptist-.Rev. C. A. Warren of Jasper I Betty and Sybil, and
and' Mrs. A Merrill, and Mr. and Mr. Merrill left Monday to join her husband Alachua. Morning and Evening Mr. and Mrs. J T. Dlanton of France Johnson spent Thanks-
the past two Everett McKinney, Jr., who Is
krn \m for case of In- attending Emory Junior Collegeat Struth all of Jacksonville: ; In San Francisco Worship Tampa spent Thanksgiving with I I giving: week-end 1 n Donaldson-

"with, a severe much Improved. Oxford, Ga., spent the Thanks- and Mrs. W. W. Page and sons. :Mr. and Mrs. T. Frank Land- Chl'llIlIan-Cap!. James Sandlin Mrs. Dlanton'a aunts, Mrs. Ethel vllle, Ga.
but I Is Billie and Martin of Luke of Camp Handing Afternoon and
giving with his ; and children the
visited her holidays parents. rum spent
Effle and Mrs J. S. Johnson and evening services.
*V. Frank Webb, at Haw- Mrs. Mable Denmark and three daughter. Thanksgiving holidays with rel- '
Dorothy, of Plant
City. If You Haven't Given Us A Trial
i and her sister, Mrs. Ray. sons, H. M., M. F. and Tommie Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Buford, atives In Inverness. NEW FAM1LJKS: IN TOWNMr. Already

fstrlcklnnd, at Webster dur. Denmark, and Mrs. H. M. Den- Miss Gloria Buford, and Mrs. Robert B. Wear Executive Sec- and Mis. H. F. Wheelus We Will Give You A Good Wholesome
and children of Cross
Thanksgiving holidays. mark, and Miss Lecy Denmark, of Letle Slilley visited relatives in retary of the Army Y. )I. C. A., City.
dt Mitchell had as her Jacksonville, were guests of Mr. Is in Mr. and Mrs. John Parker and Meal With
J.)8. Jacksonville over the week-end. Atlanta attending a regional i Plenty Of Fresh Vegetables At
:Lj'guest her cousin Mra.BuB and Mrs. L. S. Hutto over the Mr and Mrs James F. Hol- meeting of YMCA secretaries Friday family from Alabama.

r, of Quincy. week-end. llngsworth had as their guestT and Saturday.E. Mr. and Mrs. H. B, Wiggins A Moderate Cost

1 a. Kelly, deputy Clerk of State's Attorney, T. E. Dun- h a n k s giving 1 Mrs. HOllings. B. Searing, who Is workingon spent Thanksgiving Day, visiting,
molt Court, Is out of the can, was transacting court business worth's father H. G. Conner, of a defense project at Panama friends and relatives I n Mac-
.will) a case of Influenza. In Starke Wednesday Lakeland. Qity, spent the week-end In clenny. THE A & A CAFEBack

Mrs. R. J. Davie spent Fridayand Starke with his family. Mr, and Mra. L. J. Wynn and of Carpenter's
Saturday with her husbandat Mrs Hildabelle Bence spent Leaston Wynn spent Saturday in

Quincy where he Is employed.Mrs. Wednesday in Jacksonville Jacksonville visiting Mrs. F. A

' B. P. Smith of Daytona Lt. and Mrs. Abbott Walton, of Scott who Is very 111 .at. St Vin ________ ----- ---

\:jloricfciJheci ire Beach spent several days last Birmingham, Ala., are stoppingat cent's Hospital.
week at the home of Mr. and the home of Mrs. J. M.Mitchell. T C. Chastaln's sister, Mrs. W.
:Mrs. H. L. Brownlee. C. Rivers has moved from Live BROWNSTEEN'SMODERN

Healthfully' Air-Conditioned Miss Miriam Guy, who Is at- Mrs. Edward Burns, formerlywith Oak and will make her home at
tending the Florida State Collegefor the State Welfare Boal'd, the Johnson Apartments. Hereon
PROGRAM WEEK OF DECEMBER 7TH Women at Tallahassee, and has accepted a position with the W. C. Rivers, Jr., Is now
John Guy of Brooksville were recent Quartermaster at Camp Blanding. employed at Camp Ulandlng. Opposite Postofflce
December guests of Mr and Mrs. Fred The City Council has rented to Archie Elland of Dade City returned -
Sunday Monday 7-8 Guy and Judge and Mrs. A. Z. Perry Sweat the small house at to his work there after amonth's 119 N. Walnut St. Starke, Fla.RAPID .
Midnite December
Also 6th
Adkins.Mr. visit with his .
the airport, the consideration beIng parents.J.
"ONE FOOT IN HEAVEN" and Mrs. E. L. Middleton, $5 per month. S. Kelly and R. A, Brannenwere

With Frederick March & Martha Scott Mrs. Mae Jones, Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. W. H. Perkins and Mrs. business visitors In Gainesville -

I Added-Very Latest News Reel and Popular Songs Dout Jones, all of Jacksonville, E. B. Searing and son, Edwin, Monday afternoon REPAIR WORK

were guests Sunday of Dr. and spent the Thanksgiving holidaysIn J. C. Wynn of Camp Blandlng
:tuesday, Wednesday & Thursday Dec. 9-10-11 Mrs. W. E. Middleton. They Lakeland with I Mrs. R. B. spent Thanksgiving with his parents WHILE YOU WAIT I

"THE MALTESE FALCON"With were accompanied home by Marjorie Trask. Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Wynn.
Sue Mlddleton and had Mr, and Mrs. E. L. Langley, Jr., I H. C. Lynn, 1st Class SeamanIn
Humphrey Bogart & Martha Scott spent several days here with her have as their house guests this the Navy returned to active
I Added-Meet The Fleet and Very Latest War News grandparents, Dr. and Mrs. Mid- week Mr. Langley's uncle and I duty In Philadelphia after a ten ALL WORK FULLY GUARANTEEDGIVE

MMMMMHMMM, M HMMiMMMMMHHBMMHHMMM MHH dleton. aunt, Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Langley, days visit with his father. C. D. US A TRIAL I'

Friday & Saturday, December 12-13 Mrs. A. W. Redgrave returned of Pelham Ga. E. L. Langley, I Lynn.
DOUBLE FEATURE ,- jr.., Is ambulance driver for De-
home last week after a visit with. :Mrs O. D. Gay, Mrs. M. L. ---.00
No. 1-Three Cockeyed Sailors"With relatives in Petersburg Va. Witt C. Jones I
Mr. and Mrs L. A. Davis have
Tommy' Trinder Walter E. Taylor, Jr., son of
spent the week In Fernnn- J
Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Taylor, has I
TOWN dlna because of the critical ill-
No. "SMALL DEB"With Joined the U. S. Navy, and left DENTIST -
Jane Withers & Cobina Wright Jr. on November 17 for the Naval ness of Mr. Davis' mother, Mr. Get For Cold Weather

Training Station at Norfolk, Va. Mary Mallory A. Davis.Thomas who has been OFFICE 129 CALL ST. II i Ready

THIS WEEK AT THE Dr. and Mrs. W. E. Middleton, ADKINS BL1H i
seriously ill for several weeks In
Miss Madge Middleton Mr. and
St. Vincent's Hospital Jackson-
Mrs. E. L. Matthews and small iI .
ville, returned to his home here
Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday daughter, Mary Agnes, were din- I
FIVE BIG DAYS ner guests Thanksgiving day of this week. CAR HEATERS __ ______ ___ $6.95 up
Friends of Mrs. Carrie Rltch
"HOLD THAT GHOST" Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Mlddleton, at
regret to know Unit she Is con-
With Abbot & Costello their home In Jacksonville.
fined at home because of illness.HAMPTON .
Also-Fox News Reel Bob Hope Comedy Capt J. W. Brownlee Is ex- I MODEL 'A' HEATERS _______ $1.95FOR
pected next week to come home

Friday & Saturday DOUBLE FEATURE PROGRAM. \ for a ten days leave of absence ,
No. 1-'TIIE SINGING HILLS"With from Camp Claiborne La., wherehe Mrs. M. W. MorrowTO YOUR HOME 1 Burner i
Gene Autry & Smiley BurnetteNo. has been stationed for the past

Z-"SECRETS OF THE LONE WOLF" several months.Mr. IMPROVE SIDEWALKS: OIL HEATERS _____ ____ ___ __ $12.75

With. Warren.William and Mrs. Rawson J. Davis The City of Hampton, with the "TAc OtAetCan't 7a1low

Chapter No! 2-'T e Spider Returns" bad as a Thanksgiving day guest aid of money obtained from the
his g ran dmother, Mrs. B. P. Bradford County Commissioners GENERATOR EXCHANGE __ __ $4.50'
Smith of Daytona Beach and with Increased revenue from afford an accident

Mrs. J. E. Futch returned home occupational and personal taxes,I either. Automobile Liability -
Wednesday from Daytona Beach will start the sidewalk repair and
+ GNAT SEZ- 1. where she'visited her'taunt, Mrs.B. construction project that baa been i Insurance protects STORAGE. BATTERIES _.--... $4.6Gup

I P. Smith. delayed because of Insufficient. YOU in case of an acci- .
I was busy decorating my window Mrs. W. B. Sewell had as a funds. :

with Xmas doing when'the guest Wednesday and Thursdayof The plans call for extensive repair dent. ANTI FREEZE __ ___________ 25c Qt.
s bawled last week her aunt. Mrs. H. H. to existing sidewalks and
t .Editor. called up and me
Parker of Jacksonville. construction of approximately Charley E. Johns
out for not having ad ready.
Mr. and Mrs. George C. White walk.
1,000 feet of new concrete ;
He said "If you, don't burry up and daughter, Frances, of Talla Agency EASTERN AUTO SUPPLY. J
the Telegraph will Just have to hassea, were week-end guests of FIFTII SUNDAY CONVENTION Starke, Florida .
do without the funnies this week." Mrs J. W. White, Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Wynn and 119 East Call Street 1

I've been trying to figure out Just O. W. White Mrs. G. W. Alder- family, Mrs. Lizzie Wynn Mr. Telephone ISItsprsMntlnc ACROSS STREET FROM COURTHOUSE

what he meant by that. Could be man, Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Canova. CANON AI'Elc.-a 1-8 x; 11,
he was klddin me. What do you Mrs. L. A. Davis returned home
8 1-2 x; 13: S3 per box-BRAD THE TRAVELERS. Hartford
think T last week from a trip to California. i
While In Los Angeles she .

attended the General Conventionof AN IDEAL XMAS GIFT '
HOLEPROOF'SProperly the United Daughters of the : l

Confederacy, and after the con- ENGRAVED
Proportioned Stockingsin vention she visited her niece In
San Francisco.

I New Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Shepherd, Personal StationeryAlso
of Griffin, Ga., returned to their
home the first of the week aftera It
visit here with Mr. and Mrs. I.

P. Shepherd. ut
Dr. and Mrs. B. S. Carroll and MONOGRAM BOOK MATCHES
children and Miss Lois Long, of

Jacksonville, and Bill Long; of t Engraved While You Wait ;li
COLORS the University of F lor I d a at h

Gainesville, were Thanksgiving
guests of Mrs. F.'H. Long. PHOTOGRAPHICCbristDias
Fall off r. no lovelier shades. Miss Barbara Thornton, of
than glamorous new Cour.tr.ousColon.
. In Holeproof prop- Valdosta Ga., was the week-end.
erly proportioned Stockings: not i Cards
guest of Mrs. J. M. Alvarez.
Just different 1 leg length
Q correctly knit to fit at foot, Mrs. F. A. Scott was taken to .
ankle, calf knee, and thigh. St. Vincent's Hospital in Jacksonville /4
Made From Your Own
To utterly glorify your legs In last week. Mr Scott has
the gossamer sheen of silk or
nylon Insist on Hoi e p root been with his wife most of the t
quality and H o 1 e P root tine time as she Is In a serious con- y Ask Us For Details -

craftsmanship. and dition. W. A. Scott of Winter
approved Specification by Better are tested Fab r ten Garden and Mrs. S. O. Carnell of : Complete Line Of Xmas & New Years
Testing Bureau official labora- with their
tory of National Retail Dry Ormond have also been
Goods Association. mother Cards
Mrs. Ethel M. Biggs, Dotty Sue
$1.15 and Bobby Biggs and Mrs. A. Z. 1
Adkins spent two days last week Special -
visiting Mrs. O. J. Griffin In St.

Augustine.W. i Three 8x10PORTRAITS
1i M B. Sewell returned home i

last Saturday from Jacksonville /
where he underwent a minor op-
eration at St. Vincent's Hospital.

Judge Marlon Hendry of Tampa / TWO IN BLACK AND WHITE r
matters before -
was presenting legal
Judge A. Z. Adkins of the ONE IN COLOR
Circuit Court this week. sr

Z* W. Koch returned Wednesday $2.79
from St. Louis, Mo., where
be was called because: of the
GIFTS FOR MEN death of his brother. > Regular $5 Value



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Pringle, Mrs. Daisy Pringle and day afternoon
the week-end of
and Mrs. Tom Edwards attendedthe spent iast
TIIERESSA Minnie Lee meek
il AROUND LAWTEY Union meeting in New River By Mrs. II. D. May Mr. and Mrs H. D. May were Jewell daughters., and Clara Misses Marie Pringle,, Mr and Mrs. Edga. S
r Sunday visiting relatives In Lee burg and land and children
---- ------- and saddenedby were visiting the home of Mr. die of dean and
Mr and Mrs, Ezlll\ James Our community was Mt Dora Sunday. Russell pent
CIIICKKN: 8JI'PEIDE"EIAI' CITY ELECTION: family of LaCrosse were visiting the death of Frank Geiger of Mrs Kay Prlngle, Mrs. J. C. and Mrs John B. Grlffls Thurs- fOnd with 1.11'8. Daisy the
i INTO City election returns of Tuesday Mrs. James' parents, Mr and Waldo last week. PringiI !

lAWTKY civic CLUB Dec. 2, show the following Mrs. C N. Shaw Saturday Mr and Mrs W, Hall and little
These covered-dish uppers officers! were elected and re- Mr. and Mrs Bill Plummer of daughters, Caille. Mae and Emma
i.. that a few of the busy women elected. Most were complimentary Lawtey were visiting Mrs. Plum- Jean and Mills Marjorie Hall attended
around the community started votes: Mayor Geo. F mer's mother, Mrs. John Cone Frank Gelger's funeral I
several weeks ago, where chicken Young. Marshal C. R. White. Friday Friday. I
x was the feature a attraction(and head. Clerk L. H. Hill and Mr and Mrs. Wade Harrell,
Mr, and Mrs. W. T. Zeigler
r believe me brother, there Is always -: Councilman as follows: F. R Mrs. Cephus Harrell and son,
Thanksgiving with
more than would be foundat i Carradlne, J. M. Reddish and M James, of Hampton Lake spent family spent
Mr. and Mrs. J, J. Zelgler.
a preachers convention-well, B. Plummer. I Sunday In Jacksonville as guests
Mr. and Mrs. Johnnie Atkinsof
as much anyhow-have developed of Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Baxter.
' Mi, and Mrs. S. D. Philips and Jacksonville spent the week
Inte more than an "abdominal Their many friends will be gladto
end with lolrand Mrs. S. R.
pain." A few gentlemen, namelyR. family have established permanent learn they have recently moved here

R. Thede, Troy Bennett,and residence here. back from Baltimore, Md. Swindell.Mrs. .
A. A. Annie (add J. I* Harrell, The Rev. Mr. and Mrs. Cut- Mr. and Mrs. Frank Feagle and Floyd Johnson and daughter
+ Jr. to thin list and shaw were visiting their many Jean Alice, of Houston Texasare
they are good daughter, Juanlta, were shoppingIn
for 8 or 10 fryers anytime) decided friends here Tuesday. Mr. Cut- Gainesville Saturday. visiting Mrs. Johnson's parents A little minute
Mr. and Mrs D. W. Moore,
? that an organization to shaw Is pastor of t h e Baldwin Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Long and ,
hold such "earthly paradise" together Baptist Church. daughter, Betty and Juanita Miss Patsy Edmondson and
Mr. and Mrs L. H. Futch and mother were visiting Miss Ida
would not be a bad Idea Feagle, spent Sunday afternoonat
at all-Thus we' had the organization Mr. and Mrs E. A. Edwards attended Camp Blanding. Hagan Saturday afternoon.
of the "Lawtey Civic Club." funeral services for Lucian Little Miss Minnie Lou Hazen Walter Sibley and Mrs Delaney a big rest -
Johns In Hampton on Thun- Dickinson attended the funeral of
A business meeting was held two spent Thanksgiving holidays with
+ weeks later with the following officers day of last week. her aunt In' Gainesville. Frank Geiger Friday. ,I : s ay
Mr. and Mrs Lannle Futch attended Mr. and Mrs. Freddie Dodd, accompanied
being Installed: President, Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Markey,
Mrs. A. A. Annie, Vice-President, the Crosby-Lrockhart wed- Jr., Mrs. J. W. McKinney and, by Mr. and Mrs. A. H. =
Mrs. L. H. Hill\; Secretary, Mrs. ding at the St. Johns Lutheran J. W Markey, Sr., of Waycross, Kesley. Misses Marjorie Hall and .'
A. M. Lewis and church In Jacksonville last Satur- Hazel Packham attended servicesat R
t l, treasurer, Mrs. Ga., were Thanksgiving guestsof
s Johnny Redgrave. day.F. Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Markey. Sampson City Saturday night.
," This Is Indeed a step for 'a R. Carradlne was a business Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Lewis and Mrs. Jim Brown of Locust and better work m
t visitor In Jacksonville Monday Grove, Ga., spent last week herewith
bigger, and friendlier Mrs. T. W. Markey were shopping -
C Lawtey. Everyone I I. cordially He, also attended the Galney- In Starke Monday.Mr. Mr. and Mrs W. A. King.
invited to attend the social on Greggs boxing match. and Mrs. James Endicott Mr. and Mrs. L. G. Sibley of {

j' the 2nd Tuesday !In each month Mr. and Mrs. M.. B. Plummer of Starke spent Thanksgivingwith Putnam Hall spent Thanksgiving q .
and business meeting on the 4th were visiting their son, Raymond, the latter's parents, Mr. and here with their son, E. S. Sibley. u ;')
Tuesday at the old club houae-So at the Jacksonville Naval Hospital Mrs. E. J. Lewis. Mrs. G. W. Snowden and daughter ,: Y t

I I'll see you Tuesday, Dec. 9th at Sunday.A. Miss Lubedla Plnholster. Truby Mrs Georgia Wilkerson of
i the "Chicken Jamboree" J. Redding, J. C. Prevatt, Plnholster, Mrs C. J. Crews, Mrs Gainesville were visiting relatives -
Jr., and BUI Plummer were attending G. B. Colson, Mrs. J. K. Douglas here last Friday.
II Mr. and Mrs W. F Moore are t o business In Brooker and Mrs. T. W. Markey at- Mr. and Mrs. M. Z. Sullivan of

I spending this week In Jacksonville Tuesday. tendad the Union meeting !in New Miami visited relatives here the
: with their lIOn, Freddie, who C. A. Brinson was a business River Saturday and Sunday. past week.
la confined to a hospital there visitor here Tuesday.. Mrs. I. W. Plnholster spent Mr. and Mrs. W. A. King left

Thanksgiving with Mr. and Mrs. last week for Atlanta, Ga., where
M. F. Wiggins In New River. She Mr. King will enter a hospital for
I Florida State Farm News also attended the Union meeting. an operation.
The many friends of Fred I Mr. and Mrs C. W. Rhoden of
Green formerly of Brooker, will I Starke were visiting Mr. and Mrs.
By E. R. Bouvler BRIDGE CLUB be glad to learn he has recently S. R. Swindell Tuesday evening.
Mr. and Mrs. John Hall of
been ordained a minister.
Mrs. L. A. Wiggins was beaten
.COMMUNITY CLUB Mr. and Mrs. George Conwayof Starke were guests of Mr. and
At the regular meeting of the for the month. Chrysanthemumsof Palatka were visiting Mrs. Mrs. W., Hall Monday evening. ,
" Club Tuesday there were special all colors were used tastefullyIn Conway's brother-in-law and sister Mr. and Mrs. C. Sullivan and --' Pause

+ program guests from Starke decorating, Mrs. J, W. North,, Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Roberts Mr. and Mrs A. L. Sullivan attended
Mrs. W. R. Morse gave a splendid a new member, won, high scoreand Sunday. Little Millie Anna re- the Union meeting at New Go refreshed
review of Phillip Glbb's latest Mrs. E. C. Scott, another turned home with them after River Saturday.Mr. .
book, "Sons of Others." Mrs. A. new member, won bingo Both spending the holiday with her and Mrs, E. L.. Klnchen of This busy world has discovered
Z. Adkins, Mrs. E. K Perryman, prizes were Thrift stamps. Mrs aunt and uncle. Lake Butler were visiting Mr. and

Miss Ruby Lllley, Mrs. Morse and Wiggins_ served chicken sandwiches Mr. and Mrs. Willie Raborn of Mrs. Clyde Hall Thanksgiving /

Miss Evelyn Stump, accompaniedon cookies and coffee. Jacksonville were recent guests day. that a little minute for ice-cold eca
the piano by Mrs. L. A. Can- of Mr. and Mrs. M. O. Harrell Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Alford and I. /
ova sang two beautiful number, Mi, and Mrs. J. G. Godwin hada and Mrs. Beulah Harrell. children of Fort McCoy were
"0! Holy N'ght" and "Lot! Howa family reunion Thanksgivingday. Mr. and Mrs. Eldon Hardy and visiting Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Her-
Roses" Delicious chicken salad, Their guests were: Mr. and ,Mr. and Mia Jake Keene were sey Sunday af let'noon. Coca-Cola Is worth a lot. Every-

crackers, and coffee were served Mrs V. R. Reddish of Lawtey, visiting Mrs. Charles Hardy, Sr., The Roberson String Band from
by the hostesses, Mrs. H M. Mr. and Mrs. V. E. Reddish and In Gainesville Sunday. Palatka held a large crowd at
Rlcharde and Mr. L. F. Chap children Ray and, Mary Eliza- I Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Rahn and the Hope Baptist Church last FrI- body feels better and works bet-

man. beth, of Jacksonville and Mr. and daughter Raiford were Sunday day night for stout two hours s
Mr. R. R. Reddish and son, tense and with
spellbound their
of Mrs.
guests Rahn's mother
herd Chaplain have as and guests:MrS4L.for..the A week-Shep- Bobby, of Webster.. Mrs. Jim MottEveryone wonderful sacred music. We welcome ter refreshed. It's so easy to enjoy,

Mr. and Mr. A. them back .
end Mrs. Shepherd's brother, Wiggins entertained welcomes Lee Green again soon.

Bem.arlJr.Williams and friend,'-I-T, Mrs.also' J.X at. ),Thanksgiving: and family back after: living "J refreshment out of the bottle.
upper Maxwell :Mr. from right
J. Dalley of Van Francisco, Cal ? away' here a number of < ., Greenwood: I ." .. ,
and 'Mrs.. W. H. Maxwell Mrs.: J, years. They have an apartment at
Mr.and Mrs. P. E.: Stubbin, By'MtapJa Lee Prlngte
C. Hall and Miss You trust its
Esther quality
Sr., and Mr. and Mr. P. E. Stub- Hall!, Mr*. Varnedoe'
bins,_ Jr.,' and daughter, U a r y all of Jacksonville, were their Mr. and Mrs. Kay Pringle and
River, spent Thanksgiving with I, guests. MANUSCRIPT CO\'ERS-41 daughter, Kay France, of Jacksonville OTTLJD UNDIS AUTHOIIT Of INS COCA.COIA COMPANY Sf
Mr. and Mr. Chas Pulley In' Mr. and Mrs. Morgan Richards per 109-BRADFORD COUNT I spent Thanksgiving with STARKE COCA-COLA BOTTLING CO.
; Tallahassee.Mrs. I' recently had as guest Mr. and TELEGRAPH. Mr. Daisy Pringle. Kay Frances
Mrs. Bruce Norman of Jackson- I
J. C. Wallace bas returned ville and
Mrs. Robt. E. Lee of
after J spending three weeks in I Lake Worth.

Jacksonville, bringing his little Mr. and Mrs Robt. Kite wereThanksgiving
nieces, Joan and Nancy Mynlhan guests of their 's13'zs"fah ,
for a five day visit. On Sunday brother (
and sister, Mr. and Mr.
Mr, and Mr*.. R. A. Wells and Jack Kite, at West Palm Beach.
daughter, Mary. Mri. Elizabeth Miss Ruby Lllley of Starke D D
'Edward and John Mynlhan, all spent the Thanksgiving holidays : p v
of Jacksonville, spent the day with Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Caldwell
with Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Joan and family.

and Nancy Mynlhan r e urned Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Holmes
home with them.
spent Thanksgiving with their
Garland Godwin who Is attendIng daughter, Mrs. R. N. Dukes at r:a. &&As J. -*,v? .>>>:< i+ yTHRIFTCARRIERS >

school at Emory was home Worthington Springs.Mr. t
for Thanksgiving holidays. and Mrs. Randolph Brown I

Chaplain and Mrs. L. A. Shepherd and Mr and Mrs. Cecil McRae W- .t-tt,.
visited relatives in. Crescent and family of 'McIntosh were

City during the week. Sunday guests of the latter's parents *
Mr. and Mrs Vance E. Geiger Mr, and Mrs. J. A. Bouvier. -s
and Mr. M. F.. Coker of Jack- Mrs. M. E. Griner spent Mon-
sonville were guests of Mrs. day In Gainesville. t C
Gelgers' parents, Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. J. W. Cogdlll Mrs. B. A.

J. M. Bradley, Saturday. Cogdlll and daughter, Dory, of
J. G. Godwin Capt. H. C. Wall Gainesville spent Sunday with
and Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Wallace Mr. and Mrs Paul McLendon. ililiiki awrv ;
left Tuesday morning for Belle Mrs. II. r
C. Wall of St. Augustine jag Y'
Glade. Mrs.. Wallace will visit her Is the ** irf .
guest of Mrs. J. G. r u- I), s
sister, Mrs. Long, in Lake Worth Godwin. ) '
I ',,. ;
for the week. '
W J. Overstreet t
eon. Billy,
Mrs. J. A. Bouvier visited t I have returned from a business '
friends In Palatka Tuesday trip to Atlanta. I ,
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I: Hampton Happenings I IlIy : I?*


Mrs 11V. Morrow Mr. and Mrs. Earl Sutton of :
Starke were guests of Mr. and

"Building bigger and better Mr. and Mrs. M. Rhoden of
homes for defense," seems to be Starke were Sunday guests of Ae
the motto in Brooker recently. Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Melvin.
Ralph Hazen and family have Mr. and Mrs J. W. Thomas

Just moved Into their attractivenew and son Wayne, were Thanksgiving -
bungalow whlcb has helped day guest of Mr. and
the building campaign much. J. Mrs. C. A. Crosby. Mrs. Crosby FOR THE NATION I

K. Douglas has enlarged his and Wayne remained until Sun
home, which la also new, while
G. W. Hazen Is busy building another and Mrs. Harry Sapp, )Ir.
modern attractive bungalow and Mrs Norman Wiggins, and For Farms.
For Business.i
for three rent. Congratulations to all Mr. and Mrs.- Harold Sapp of . For Total Defense Effort i
for building Jacksonville
a bigger and and Mr. and Mr*.
better Brooker. E. A Sapp and 'family of New

River were visiting Mrs. Nora
Layfleld. Mrs
Sapp Thanksgiving
Morgan Tllghman, and Miss Lu- Mrs Nada Palmer
spent the
bedla Plnholster
were shopping week-end in Cross City I with
In Starke Monday afternoon. friend and relatives.

Little Miss Millie Anna Con- Miss Bettye Palmer spent the Torode Chevrolet CompanyStarke
way of Palatka and Edith Elliot Thanksgiving holidays in Jacksonville -
of Starke were holiday guests of with her father.
Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Roberts Mrs. Mary Green spent Thanks-
Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Crewsof giving with Mr, and Mrs Olin ,- FloridaALL
Jacksonville- were visiting Mrs. ..Hail of I>!tk-.
Crews "Y 1\f*, U"'.. AM Wrm & I Lttofe Kte* IbCey So/f Cteraw>
W. Barry, Sunday They were
spent Thanksgiving
holidays with
accompanied home by Marjorie her grandmother In High Springs. CHEVROLETS ARE SHIPPED TO FLORIDA NOT DRIVEN _
Sue. who spent Thanksgiving holidays -I Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Clemons,

with her grandparent and daughter, 'Yvonne, and Mr. eo they come to you genuinely, NEW Io. !

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DEC 5PAGE- 1941


r __nlion.

In Progress Building Permits \ to AFACCO Nov. 8; Damon]'next four weekly lnHiies.Wltnemniv .t I'larke.: Fin thin Nov. 211/ 1441 At Stark. Fla this 1 41. F
Work Dell and Bertha Lee Dell his I hand and official neal (OFFICIAL, SKAI.' ) A. J. Thomas OFFICIAI4( PKALJ A. Yj.l ThomasAct'lerk
Center Ben I at 'Starke Fla.I thin Nov 2$, 1941. AnCleikot mI.I' Court 11-241 12-19 of .said. Court. 11-144112-5
Blanding Hall $800 Nov. 13, re- wife, to Damon Dell and Bertha: (OFFUMAtj SKAL.) A. J. Thotna William D. ...rll''n. Jacksonville William 1). Morgan Jacksonville! .
At enterprise which !skpt roofing the Ritz theatre building; SIX Lee Dell his wife Nov. 10; B. W. .l.oul\,, Clerk M.of Joel us 1.1 Court Jacksonville 11.284113-19 KU. Fla... Ally for Plfiv Flo.; Ally for i'lr.:

Tie vast Mrs. Nelle Noilman, $1,000 Nov. Hayes and Ruby A. Hayes his All)'. for Plf.
constructed b y Blending wife to J. W Smith. Nov. 17 17, frame ; .
one-story residence 16x < 'LOIU"'I I' ('IS "%
inc at the Intersection Fred A. Haertle single to EarlA. iv rnirtir romr. mi 'I>FOIIIriti > ('Eli: Y.Ileorge. '
(Outer. IsJ 23. on her home property; also INCHSERMON Haertle and Pearl Haertle, his "rv, KI.OIIIIMI iv I'll %\. Keller Hick 11). Plnlnllff
\\ and 4 FRV.: VN. HeHHln. Mildred llk'kln. llefcndant BoatingBathing
Call excellent) p ogresset0. <3. : another frame residence 20x28, wife Nov. 17: J. W. Killian and Frank V. Harchartl Plaintiff VP. Cane No. IB8.1.onnun -l

J lklni 8egebetg; of Gainesville is i one-story $1,500, Nov. 17, home wife to L. O. Powell. Nov. 17; Cane Myrtle No. M 1520.ORDER Hurt-hard.. Defendant.: < NOTICK OF prnitrriON TO AITKAR

.rtbltect. and on October 22 property.W. Trustees, the I. I. I. Fund of OF "PIU.l<'ATJnN STATIC OF Fl.OHIDA! to.: HeacieMlldrpo
tilt let to the Tria- Florida to Gordon Griffls Law. .AND NOT1CH TO APl'KAIt Illcklt. nf au.t Ninth f
was S. Wills $800 Street Travem City, Mlrhltran.
contract on Nov. 10, : 8TATB OF KL.OK1DA to: Myrtle
'0e Development Corporation for the of tey. Nov. 13; Trustees of the I. M.' Banhard.. of Foley, AIRbR"' ''. You are required to appear on
lOll begun on tbe purpose repairing the REV. ROBERT H. HARPER I. I. Fund of Florida. to Bernard You are required to appear on January III h., 11)42 In the above
Work was Inside of residence on lots 5-7 of January Mh, l 1942, In the above named Court and loupe, herein Bowling ;
SIIrk' .
with B. F.JoIISI88S. L. Daneae. of Jacksonville NOT. plaintiff' neeka dlvorre. Bradford
N 0 V block 24 of the J. M. Johns addition i named Court and caime, wherein
lllterprise Smyrna Beach.BiwrlntendenU i 13; Trustees of the I. I. I. Fund plaintiff p.ek, divorce, Bradford County Telegraph shall publish ,
) of ot, construe- with wallboard and plaster; TA Nature and Work of |A. Chunk.LMon of Florida to Lottie R u s I. of County Order In Telegraph next four shall publish thin. thin Iasnei.WItnece.Older. In next four weekly
Mrs. W. weekly laauea
A. Cook, $250 Nov. .
Ver.onl. on for December 7, Act :it it47 Brooker Nov. 13; Trustees of theI. \Vltn..". mv hand and officialceclat mv hand and official deal BilliardsBarBQ
yand Norman 12 for putting walls in building Htarke, Fla. 'thl Nov 25. at Fla.I thin Nov 25. 1941.
gaarlchoarchitect. 1941. :Jr1i.
Ephemeris 4 11-16.
; : I. I. Fund to W. S. Sibley Nov. (OFFiriAIi MKAl' ) A. J. Thnman ( SEAN) A. J. Thonia;
as, building which In. on Temple avenue; E. A. Winkler Golden Text: Ephnimt 5: IS. 13; Trustees of the I. I. I. Fund A* Clerk nf paid. Court 11.184t U-It A,, Clerk of aid Court, 11-2841 U-19
Bialn $1,000 on Nov. 12 for con Hk-haril 1). William D. Morgan" Jackeonvllle,
The In Mutton Jaeknonvllle,
the course of time the indlvidualiit of Florida to L. W.
the Orange Lines bus sta- verting a into'a two. Sowell. of Fla. AU)'. for Plf. Fla. Atty. for I'lt.I'll .
garage has given to the impact
yedre way
feet while the Mlcanopy. Nov. 13; O. W. Saxon
Is 80x220 story garage apartment 20 x 28 of the many who have learned
dOG and wife. D. L. Saxon to J. E. iv rmri'IT roi'nr. ni Ai>KonnTV '
which Is to house C'.RITIT romnivrv )
being center feet; L. P. Berry $75 on Nov 12 the power of organization. Every Adkins, Oct. 27. (..':% Fl.'>ltll>ll IN t'111NCElIY. "' FI.OHIU IN (....\::11.
bOWling alleys Is 84x115 feet. for putting walls of ply wood and great cause needs an organizationto (Kilt.HIrhaid. Chicken Dinners
11 promote It* growth and InsureIts Frank J. Derdon Plnlntlffm. V. M.'NiiHy) Plaintiff ,
\\'lit' walls, of concrete tile are windows in his present building continuance. The church was Roger D. Wells, single, and Bertha Verdun Defendant Cai. <.. : M M.Nulty, Defendant.Cace VII.Wllliemlnla .
i dx or eight feet, and 20 men on South Walnut street.B. founded to promote the gospel. Rurlc A. Wells and Margaret M. No. 1021OHDFn \... IBR2ouoRii .
lit busy bringing the 'work to F. Hall Is remodelling the Following Peter's great sermon Wells his wife of Duval Co., to AND NOTICR TO APri+V8TATK OF TO rrm.icATTONNOTICH1 API'IIAH Shrimp Dinners
toII1plelion as rapidly as possible.n 3,000 people were added to the fellowship Lloyd H. Jennings and Thelma) OF Jo'I.nIHP" to: Bertha STATIC (ii.' FLORIDA lot WI!- I
are bonded tojjL home of Mrs. R. S. Fernandez of the original believer Oerdon 2119 Itoy.ten Slr..t.Voon- heinlnla M MrNulty: neechw contractors Jennings his wife Nov. 14 FredA. .
; cm'k.t. Uhode fdlaiid.
the building ready withinS $900, Nov. 19: A. L. Alvarez one- and they continued in "the apostles' Scott and his wife Laura H. You are required. In appear on Drive. PaikanncK 1-uHe, New JrrHey. :
which will teachings and fellowship." The Sac January lith, 11)42 In the above You required n on Cold Drinks
"woiking" days; story frame residence 24x30 Scott of Bradford Co., and .J. I. appear
on GeorgeF. ,
) rament and prayer marked their named Court and caune, wherein" .. rr'iI ., 1H4J, .In the above
likelY mean near April 1 before his property across from SmithDenmark's gatherings. The necessities of Scott and his wife, Adelle C. plaintiff. neeka dlvori-e. Bradford named. Court and deuce, ..herein.
building is ready for residence Nov. and brotherliness Scott of Polk Co., the said FredA. County Telegraph vhall imbllxli. plaintiff' Keek 0 Ivor..... Bradford
*, entire $2,000 many practical thin Older In next four weekly County Telegraph shall publtehIhi,
,cnipancy, Mr. Douglas stated 19; S. A. Weldon $600 Nov. 22, led to the experiment for such it Scott and George F. Scott being iHHUert.Wltnemi. Order In next four weekly lHuen.WltiiKMH Trailer Park
V proved of sharing their goods-a my hand and offlolnl Heal my hand and offUlalcxnlHAVE ..
Monday.n removing bowling alley building the heirs and only heirs at j
entire contract price .is ap- from property of N.. D. Wainwright kind of Christian communism. I law of Dr. A. L. Scott widower, .--._ -___ __-___-___-___ _.. _-----_---_- -_-- .__-- _- _- ,_-'....".
Like oil organizations the church
plUllmately $60,000 for the two on Temple avenue to his Includes "many men of many who died Intestate In Bradford CottagesGood

Bmu..6" alone, and the equip' own property Just across the minds." It has a number of offices Co. Nov. 18, 1020 to the Boardof
Bat will run the figure to near, street building to be painted and and it is essential that each man Public rnstructlon of BradfordCo. YOUR SHOES MADE LIKE

$J90000, Gene Connell, Presidentof ;; used as a bowling alley; Sam be faithful in his own place. The ., Nov. 15. 1941; E. W. Hayes NEW

of Company stated. Blan-'Gottlelb $3,000, Nov. 22, con- unity of a full-grown desired is man.illustrated No man by that has and Ruby A. Hayes his wife to Shoe Repairing, )Dyeing and Shining Fishing
ding Center will consist of 18 I I crete block building 33x60, on marvelousas J. W. Smith Nov. 15; J. L. Hnr-
built machine as
tterprineg In all, Mr. Cbnnell 1 I I Temple avenue on lot 6 of block ever himself.a Consider the harmony rell and his wife. Lucy F. Harrell, III Done At Moderate: Costladles Beer On

uld!. 2, highway addition. of parts in the human body. The to Lula Wilson (colored) Nov. 22; Tap
church is the body of Christ, In A. A. Thompson and Della Thompson I'IbOll"11 Work

which every member draws life his wife to Avery Sap p A Specially Guaranteed
BOREE FUNERAL HOME from and move at the will of the
Lord. The goal Is that individual Pearce Nov. 17; C. C. Wynn and THE ELECTRIC SHOE SHOP tftIiij

FULL UNDERTAKERS' SUPPLIES and church shall grow into the Carrie Wynn bill wife to J. G. Under New Management !!
maturity of the "stature ot the ful Wynn Noy. 18; Freeman Register ACROSS FROM PARK THEATRE. Meet Your
I PROMPT AND COURTEOUS SERVICE ness of Christ. and Alice L. Register, his
Friends At
In nature both human and divine wife to Lizzie Clark Nov. 19; Lu- 000-- - - -------

L Phone 134, Starke the church Is able In time of difficulty cretta Snyder, a widow to J. T.
that would wreck other Institutions -
to win great victoriei Quigley and Minnie Wynn Quigley T) Kingsley Beach

because the church can call upon Nov. 19. Prompt Service Careful Drivers
W. T. CLUTE-REALTOR heavenly power. An oxen's: yoke
iv: rinriiT rot liT. nltIPOltn
and the mightiest engine man has
made are designed to do work with. f'..:IIV. ;
want the listing Let us improve as we are able the Crystal McDavrrn Plaintiff, vn. Starke Taxi ServiceLocally
on your propertyWe organization of the church that Maxwell I). Mcdavern l)"f..nilant.

have some wonderful properties for sale through it-through ourselves-the Cane ORDER No 1619 OF prnur-ATioN: PARK

See us about your Real Estate Needs power of God may work. ? STATE ANn NOTIC'K OK .TO) AI'HKAIl Owned and Opeated

119 E. CALL STREET PHONE 66 well D MoOavern, care AOF.Mtt:- i
Deeds FiledJos. draw &: Company Hamilton, Hermuda. I
Phone 150 On Road 48 Near
E. Wilson and wife. Alice You arm. required to appear on

Julia Wilson to MelvIn B. Futch named January Court 6th, and 1942, raune In the, wherein above Day Night Camp Blanding

and wife Joyce T. Futch Nov. 3; I' plaintiff' Hrrkn divorce and cuxtudy
of ehllil Bradford fountv T>1..-
Henry Griff and wife Ola Grif- f-ranh "hull """"-" 1hlorder In I
fls, to Glenn E. McIntosh and
Mamie McIntosh, Nov. 5; Verdle to
Futch and C. A. Futch her husband -

to AFACCO a Florida cor-

f.'DoYourTrading poration, Nov. 8; Mary Jane English
widow to Richard H. Eng- t 'I
: lish Nov. 12; Marlon Gnann and '*) s k a i' '

husband J. A. Gnann. to E. C. .. .. ,_ r I Ir
Lamb and wife Edna Lamb Nov.
where 6
I pieces Rogers Silverware are'Igiven'away
14 Bradford Co. Cooperative
i with $40 in tradeor '
every Assn, a Fla. corporation to L. A.

certificates. *,,44.. d Davis ,and Ji T. Quigley Nov. 8; 1 i
Are Redeemed Mantanzaa r n v e atm nt Co., to $
In Ca b M SMITH'S GARAGE AFACCO, Inc., a Florida corpora. "t r ;$

Yon CbooM l Nov. 8 M'antanzas ;
STARKE FLORIDA Florida corporation ;

I Inv. Co., a Fla. corpora- .i t' l'I

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"I lOW the Nesii; complete thelri %,> lti / 4"
J' program. .-? I MW the* effecrlI >,11:. .y j,4 +
Ca, i, that the fofoJirarion form of fov- I! x,44'
*,. ;eminent" hoe upon our s... ..I i.IIi y 9j = '
Ii,j i w.", .,,'. biggest Job for rho .ext sf %w+i'x' f'. < ? % s
9 /yy
No. WAS TIE (eatery I. to preterxe tho demos.Ii, ,
9. WHAT When Juan Ponce de LeonOil.HAL t ; j" 1,
racy wo here and t* keep this ,,
SIZEJIF FIOIIMT. in 1513.sighted the land E I&% i ftien democracy. fey our increoMol, a j
'partiolpotloM/ in the Me of ekes //y
-he named Florida, he thought; It to beaD nation."
Dodd. daughter of late. % >4yt y s tr,
island. Later historians basing -Motho 1
AmbolaodOl' 10 Germony.e. -
'their Information on further ex-
COPVftlOMT" '1(41 1(

jploratlons. applied the name I.*1us....., ,

C e (','Florida from the aonthernmostr_ ; > "' is ,?l, We soy "there is no new thing under\. munitions plant and'in home defense she,

(tip of the Peninsula up the coast '. !!:: J .V I the sun," yet radical changes hove come already does a man's job. 'i I'

as for as Labrador.Here's 11-' 11' since our grandmothers sweat over their Our workers boost that they have pro', '

.A ..:/ cooking stoves. vided the American woman with laborsaving -'1

appliances to raise the highest ,
J "t"I"", man's favorite sport, is no longer standard of living known to mankind. I

A Florida fact .- corffmed, to soldiers. In the new world Certainly the American woman has more

NBFER : :. \; conflict more women and children ore to lose than one else should
that Popularity : .::: t any ,
Spells ", 7 .. : -.fIo. ..t ,. ,t., bombed than soldiers shot in some engagements -, way of life go nazi;, fascist or commun-j
MONTH AFTER MONTH : J. :. i .J And the American woman istic., Our employees rejoice .I.e..,;

during the current. year sales at the JAX '..:', Y" h" : l ;is also cost for a new role in what was tricot services give you the time to help.;
.: man's world., In make work. -
climb. once a army camp, democracy
Brewing Company have continued to .r 'q

For the month of October, sales were 3 times '

the Florida gain more than twice the Nationalgain

over the same month last-year. This

f amazing:; record i is a tnbute to the quality, thefavor .

the down-right goodness of every bottle FLOIIIDA I.OU I &' 'GuT (coup.vvnyIN :

fJAX. Try a bottle today! '.
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'DEC 5 1941iL

i .

I Twenty Years Ago That Strike Is Over Again! '.. -

' ; WEEKLY NEWS ANALYSIS By Edward C. Wayne /

Miss Peek's patriotic entertain Mr. and Mrs. D. W. ;Moore attended

Mechanized Troops Fight On in LibyaAs ment Monday evening was a the Fair In Jacksonville

marked success.! A n orchestra Wednesday.M. i ..wIIIIUI

Nazis Show New Power in Russia; composed of S. E. Ultch. clarinet; F. Brown abstract and Insurance '

C. M. Baker: cornet; Mrs. M. L. man was a business callerin e rw A

Arming of American Merchant Ships Smith violin and Mrs. E. K. Graham Tuesday.The A
annual election of officers
! Ferryman, piano, delighted the WASHINOTni

m Indicates Change in Convoy Plans audlenx: for the town of Lawtey was held b. et1 4
Mary Pickford in "Heart of the Monday. The following were t r

rte Hills" 'Thanksgiving Night. elected: Mayor, R. R. Thede;

rEDITOR-S MOTE-Wha calcine! are pr M !.::... ealeess tbrr Gaiety Tbeatre. Clerk, L. H. Hill; Marshal V. R. ef Washington D >-M
are taM ft tie aw* aaalrel aid .t :.KMrllf IhU ..*.?.?.*-> official WashingtonS
'd (Rla..d by Wearer N.w.p.par Union.) ______ Col.! D. K. Knight iahaving the Reddl h. > relief when President wi,
n fences around his property, cor- A candy pulling was given Sat- sued Ws ultimatum Roosevelt
on ,
ner Walnut and Madison streets, urday at the home of Miss Mana shop for labor by saying the dos
repaired. Brown In' Sampson City.A government will never I
I Ii Mrs. E. S. Matthews entertained large number of members and to Join a union by government tn J
tree That "
the study circle of the Methodist friends of the Lawtey Baptist ; like would be t too mu
i 1 f ,>o N t air Missionary Society Monday after Church went on the war path bor." said the President methods toward

noon. Mia Marguerite Shriver Monday evening and '"pounded"the ,r 3 No matter how great
the I lah
and Mls. Luclle Mitchell I a n g Rev. and Mrs E. D. Boyer problems become, that one ,
several selections. with a lot of goodies. pal of policy has been stated pmN in
Non strikers at V. 8. Coal and Coke mine Gary, W. Va.. are shownas revocable terms. In atatem
they looked over the newspaper announcing the end of the "captivecoal to John L. Lewis and other -
mine" atrlke. Considerable teislon existed at this mine betweennon sentatlves of the coal miners rep
strikers and those following John L. Lewis' orders to stop production. President also Inferred that his, I

lJat! & tries erance. has of ended.strikes He in defense said: Ind

41W9elalt0 New Wrinkle in Emergency Housing tlonal"Because defense it Is that essential the necess 1 to n

/ coal production be continued a
not stopped, it Is therefore the

? of -'How to Win Friends A k dent disputable to sea obligation that this is of done the Pre

and "If legislation becomes need
Influence People.
'i R nary toward this end, the conan
of the United States will with.
any question pass such legislate
r And, as some of you know, il
pressure on me to ask for legist
lion during the past couple

nw 'LEARN TO TALK ON months, for one reason or anoth
has been not only constant but
Above photo shows the first United Slates merchant ship as It was YOUR FEET' has been very heavy."

Ii' being armed under permission granted by terms of the recent congressional Although the President said t tn
revision of the neutrality. Armed merchants are now permitted Some years ago a girl was born on a farm near my'old statement should not be Interpr

1 <* pas through war cone to belligerent ports. This. picture was taken home in Missouri. Her father plowed and shucked corn ed dent as that a threat he was it was giving clearly labor ei

! svt a yard near New York city as the gun was being lifted to the ship and pitched hay; the girl led the life any girl on a farm '. --. .'..,>:.'< last chance-telling its represen

afcown ta the background. does. Her name was Nellie Tayloe. ., ",. ", w.; .... /wli"' tives that they must "play ball"
named Bradford Ross ,_ ;io;j '. .. ,;:,.. >..,... .1 ? -.;;.;: '\\0. ,, '1. he would unleash the legislate
She fell in love with .. ,
a man : '
young .,- -., .: .... : "';.1 i' ""' ""'
".. .
who to
CONVOY .. -.oi' -;;) ..'1.'Y..' ,,; "" are eager pass antl stnl
JAPAN Now N. '
; : and her name became Nellie Tayloe Ross. you may .. $ '.'
legislation he wcrl
& .z.a: the
't ;.....
u FormulaAs Changes recognize it.They moved to Wyoming; he was interestedin In making his statement to t|

cabinet framed politics and it was not long until he announced himselffor Odd-shaped house like this soon may dot Washington D. C.. subdivisions coal miners' representatives, tl
a Tokyo war At reports began to come in of and when as the building Industry strives to keep pace with emergency* President was undoubtedly also I
There whirlwind
Its reply to Secretary of State Cor- the of American merchantmen governor. was a campaign .,
arming housing oeedH. Under fhla method constriction sand and concreteare suing an Indirect warning to tl
o dell Bull's "peace" formula reports and the belief grew that they the votes were counted, he was the new governor of Wyo- .sprayed over balloons which later are deflated. The homes will railroad unions, since it was obi
began coming in from Shanghai telling would be sent direct into British ming. The ex-farm girl was delighted. A governor's wife! have two bedrooms, a living room with flrrnlace. a kitchen and a bath. Otis that a strike of the railroal

: of a southward movement of Japanese ports, It was said that the whole relationship And then things were not so well. The young governor would hamper defense Just as mui

troops and war materials in of the United States and became ill, died. His wife succeeded him as governor.She of Sub Chaser or more than a strike In the "cJtlve"
mine industry. The dechwf
a thrust at Thailand. Following a the British on the convoy questionIn was qualified to do this, for she had talked over all his Launching Super ... on labor questions: being made 111

e White House visit by Saburo Kurusu the Atlantic was to undergo a affairs with him and had helped him with his decisions.She ......, month will undnubtedly bring to]
special Nippon envoy the state department change. became head the settlement of the growl
an outstanding success. ,
announced that there were There definite details "
r wer no as labor problem which has threl
no further conversations scheduled to what this change,would involve As the period came toward an end her friends urged ened our defense output on so ma|

with Japanese diplomats seeking ant other than it would be a more considerable her to run for governor. She was intensely interested in different fronts.

answer to the Far Eastern situation taking, over by this country managing the state, but there was a barrier between her It is also known that quite a nu
and She would have She ber of members of the house I
of the whole problem of supply election. to make speeches.
I representatives voted for revision
BRITISH: of lease-lend materials. would have to meet the people; they would have to know the neutrality act only after assf

} Libyan Push Considerable interest was evokedby her.She ance from the President that

the Harriman speech in LondonIn had never made a speech in her life and she was would stop the strike menace, ai
Those who had expected a swift which the American : said "' it was because of the vote of thcongressmen
and continuous British victory in terrified. What should she do about it? Well, she decidedshe that the measure <

Libya, similar to the great push by German that the planes U. S. ,navy" though was there"shooting had would make the speech. She had the very first neces- passed.As .

General WaveU's army which swept been no detailed reports of such sary qualification: she had something to say. She didn't 1 a result of the neutrality!

the Italians back into Tripoli were engagements. know how she was going to say it; but she was going to vision ered essential which the to President America'sfare cons|

doomed to disappointment. it.She.
The general feeling was that before say our merchant ships are
It was evident that there was Christmas American ships got up, she trembled, she literally shook. She tooka rapidly being armed and are I b.

plenty of.fight In the German mech- would be.going all the way to Britain drink of water, gulped, looked at her notes, and finally sent into ports in war zones
anlzednibrcei even when apparently armed squeaked: "Good 'evening." A some of them will be attackea
merchantmen protectedby long, long pause. 'Then foregone conclusion, but it Is ;
hopelessly trapped. the American navy to a point she got hold of herself. She forgot herself. expected.that will greatly I

Yet Berlin had not been cheerIng close to the British islet and from She was" astonished when the chairman whispered, ero*.. the delivery of war supp

over the situation The British there In convoyed fay1 British naval "Time's up" She made more speeches. after that.' She to England and Russia. j
weep at least temporarily had vessels and British,planes elected. \ h, Although the vote on the neutn
knocked the German-Italian forma was Ity act ended most of the Impor/

lions back on their heels and there SEVEN: In Wyoming, a governor is elected every two years. provisions of that measure, j

'u was little evidence but that the Nazis When her term was up, she spoke again. Elected. She should be made clear that the]

Rommel army would be extremely Join became such a good speaker that she was outstanding. was certain not provisions repealed.of There it which are and s

fortunate to extricate itself from Seven smaller European nations, Clubs and organizations sought her out., She has made as force, including: a prohibit!

the trap even with heavy losses. most of them those regarded generally many as seven speeches in a day. She has spoken in every ... against American citizens travel!
But there also was evidence that as more or less favorable to state in the Union on belligerent vessels except w
Axis domination of Europe formally except one. Photo shows the launching of the super sub chaser PC-493 at Slur !
the British tanks, many of them of Joined the new Axis anti-Comlt- President Roosevelt heard of her. He was impressed: geon Bay WIs. The chaser Is 165 feet long and the first of Its type to special against permission foreign vessels; a prohibit flying J
American manufacture were unable be completed In that It Is all steel welded and the
area makers have
tern pact at a conference in Berlin he appointed her director of the United States mint. The American flag; a prohibit)
to better than even a contract for six of the -
cope more same type.
terms with the Cerman'machlnes.The which was spotlighted by Von RIbbentrop' money you have in your pocket was coined under her super- against the soliciting of funds]
claim that the Russian vision. She has 1,200 people working under her. Her this country for a belligerent gf
battle, once the two armies name With U. S. Patrol Off Greenland ernment; and a prohibition agaii
war "already had been
won. is engraved on the cornerstone of the federal securities
had made actual contact, was confusing building in Americans dealing ]
In the extreme, and it showedin The remainder of the struggle. Ft. Knox, Kentucky, where our government keeps its gold. belligerent nations.
Von Ribbcntrop said, was solely be. She inherited the first Price control is now the big s
how Job as but
sharply etched lines just .possible governor; if she hadn't calen
tween the Axis' and Britain Ject on the congressional
It is for very small groups of together with her powers transatlantic learned to speak, she would not have been elected to it. which will undoubtedly be extj

mechanized forces to throw much help- It was the changing point of her life. It has made her a :s solely debated before any la*

larger bodies of men into complete ers.He said: national figure, and one of the most influential women in f r. v.ft I enacted. As prices of food i
confusion. the United States.To other necessary consumer prod
"If It should some day come to continue to increase, the public
A rather large South African contingent
war on the one side between the the reader of this column: by all means, learn to mand for price control Is grow
knocked out by a
was so United States of America and Europe talk on your feet.Cllinese rapidly. But congressmen fear I
German mechanized attack even and Asia on the other side, I enaction of such legislation, for U1
within the so-called Iron ring of the ab
know they must do
state once and for all that the responsibility -
British that it was practically disbanded food prices which will be oppol
lies with President Fliers Panzer and Peasant
though some parts of it by the large form bloc, and thIs
were able later to attach themselvesto Roosevelt. i 'a. F S Yw b f r a growing demand for ceilings!
the New Zealand forces. "Whether the United States comes r,..", ." t ; l a.; t tl t{3 wages, which would be struni
into the war or not, it cannot alter fought by labor. j
Yet this Nazi which x '
very group the Axis victory." Further tax measures are 6 had accomplished the maneuver later t analyzed method|
was shot into hurried retreat and RUSSIA: curbing Inflation buts popular
practical dismemberment by a sentment against new taxes Is i
smaller group of British tanks It In a Bad WayThe parent to the treasury departmfl

seemed that the element of surpriseand Russians were being forced When Secretary Morgenthau taxi M
speed counted for far more in back on their heels In the Moscow t e b-55.-L5 SN payrolls gested a possible the treasury 15 per departn;
modem warfare than did numbers Ito
territory by the German system of was swamped with letters wan
of men or machines. shifting their chief attack forces f .. r rwl know what all of the talk oil

Chief favorable report from Libyaon from one front to another, vastly r creased purchasing power cl
the British part was that all reinforcements complicating the Reds' defense about Most of those writing' |
sought to be broughtup problems. t # vp t then Incomes had not been '
by the Germans had failed except After a long attack which had L .' creased and their cost cf livM

those furnished by air. been concentrated on the southern I' risen sharply. the treasury dep
:! Officials of
There was considerable hope front, and during which the } :"" .-' ,... A giant Iceberg raises Its glistening white wall to tower above the ment admit this Is a hard nuj
among the British that this factor Soviet defense of Moscow had been a Ea .. "J "' deck 'of a United States patrol vessel. engaged In the Greenland patrol crack. They agree that the b-T

might decide the battle, perhaps carried on with such success that '..;.:- .. .. to give this striking photograph. The navy now keeps constant watchon of new taxes probably should I
very swiftly. Some Nazi tanks were the Germans were reported on the #$ ..... r" ," ...! N'"J- these waters by sea and air levied on those who are making
*, offence
,,,,jf', ... : because
found immobilized because of lack retreat in many sectors the Germans '" S. J, ljt,,:x } of >>555 ger Incomes \
\ Io//. t is
{:; but it
;" Jobs
of fuel and there were reports that Moscow then suddenly and broke smashed backat ,"'f'.."!,.....:::;-<" :'-,;,;:": :'.!' ;"" ..:.oI' On Nazi March Through Ukraine work out any program
through the and
1 the Germans were forced to fly sup to defense workers
s to their lines In several Important districts. ... who sre
plies men by transport This photo from Berlin purports not hit so hard those
planes towing gliders. The Russians. were frankly worried to show the orew of a Nail tank taking I ,*" .* >. "" earning the same incomes* ..
? the
But the British losses admittedlybad again by the situation, and said Vanguard .f 200 young Chine i time out from the grim business 4 $& $! smaller Incomes than stat
been heavy, and only a complete that the weather, which had been a flier who will receive V. B. trainIng :, .f war U do a little "ribbing" on an before the defense program
strong ally during the past weeks, at Thonderblrd lend near Glendale I old Russian peasant, "somewhere i&&sff& 'fiff*
victory would be regarded as had la the Sa.kh" H . x
again turned
more favorable to Arts., are pictured la army ._ isa i : *
reward for the expenditures of men the attackers, who were taking the track en root there from the 1'- < --- 5M BUS SC1IEDr'LExorthbo.ad

and: material in the sudden and advantage to shove home bitter assaults elSe coast. They will be taught to : IDSl' .
dramatic drive.STRIKES all around Moscow.At i fly: for war duty la their untie Chief Builds House Leave Stark ..--. ?- .5 '
ffonntry-with U. S. methods w.elli Leave Htark ----- -- FJ
one point they had been Leave Stark ----- :
: reported Chief A. L. Alvarez la buildinga Leave Stark ...-. .. U'P:
within 30 miles of the city, .... ;
The sudden end of the coal strike and from at least four different' sec. five-room residence on his LeaveStarke Leave Mtark .. 3,IS P|
had been followed the : Carnivals Must ... 1:00: ?]
by announcement tors came dispatches telling of ComplyCity property across from Smith Denmark's Leave Stark! ... ,11.10,
Leave Stark -
that the threatened :
breakthroughs by the Nazis. home on Bay Lane. It Is .
strike of the long-distance Council members were unanimous
telephone ualbhoanil
The Reds' southern armies, taking to be 24 x 30 feet and have 'OS A
at a _
operators also had been removed their; meeting last Leave Stark i0rn, A
advantage of the
forces thus front porch 8 x 20 feet. It Is I wave Stark .. P
from the week In voting that "all tt0
picture by a reported carnivals .
shifted to the north, were on the frame construction I wave. Htark 0 F
and will be
$3,000,000 pay increase. counteroffensive, and were driving coming to town must first : Leave Utarks t 50 PI

That there was to be a new trendin westward at a good clip, having ,procure permits" before they can weeks.ready for occupancy In about two i :2.d Leave Leave Starke Hturk ... to igo

the picture was seen when President made in one line a distance of about operate in the City of Starke.
F...'....nol A
Roosevelt called together majority 120 miles and W. A. Cook's ark. t.IS
place on Leave fir --- t'J
and minority leaders in con- But experience had shown that Too Much Fresh Air Temple avenue can testify. But .. Leave Stark -. .-- 0 '
gress and gave them the "greenlight" such advances by either side couldbe they are not CLOSING their -. NW.-!. t ..ebo.ad to ALeave
as far as anti-strike legislation quickly lost again should the Even though this la German .fark. I
Florida i --
shops They are merely INclosing -- :; ...I.n
was concerned. pressure- change once more., the season for "open-air" businesses them so they can carry on ."busi behind b,. tbe Runbns whennthey abandoned a Vkralniapetit,k. Ie-" 'Lope. IItark..! Tallahassee-. ,--Sp 11'08 0,15 /II P
cording t.
Is about over as the ness as In the Berlin caption for the above picture Trweka Gave Starke --- p
(Continued "Lunch Box* on South Walnut blasts. equipment were gathered ap at this point prebably for Leave Starke | 2V Fi
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DECEMBER s. 19U DEC 5 1941 b
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I On lite 5rniniieSide_ Kathleen Norris Says :

-- Extravagance in Marriage

Wool] and Fur CombinationsMake Is a Pitfall t

SUCCESSFUL Bell Syndic.!*-WNU Service)

Stunning New OutfitsBy '


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Associate Editor t te sets Maoaslo



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I parents sometlnie have any place. 1 recently talked with r 4t '

[Sand mighty attitude toward a successful young radio script ed
rrgpl, or daughter' first job itor whose experience illustrates )
Asp'i It Is because the immedl.urns this point. On leaving college he ,

I are so small in com took a job as page boy at one of
_,nIOII to the effort and money it the larger radio stations. Although VIe
u taken to educate their child. his training and aptitudes were for W

K many a hard-working parentLj Intellectual work he was glad to
allow a young person to re accept this "glamour boy" role m -
f.lie Idle: rather than take a Job a means of acquainting himself ib ,usA

[j-m below the parents' dreams with radio life and as a step-up to
I'that! their child should have. the work he wanted. But after a Tr
Pat! )nbs are at best only ternt year he began to realize that so Ill/ t

Either the beginner is good long as he was content to wear a :
-a"h 1 to be advanced shortly or handsome uniform and make a
:acting in ability that the em- business of good manner he would e5 l

\,er won't spend time training remain a page, for not a single op ? / t ,1, t
>,? For a first employer Is In a portunity to advance had bc-n o1r r

Impractical sense another teach. granted him despite his many re \s\v r

s, unce even the most with quests. He had the good sense to vl. ., n t _
tool course is incomplete resign and take a position with a 9L\ I XJ(

j experience under actual work. much less important station but ..
In co-operation with
I conditions. one where ha could actually work
jil employers, many school are, In radio production. Not long ago
j bet/ combining instruction inb the station which saw In him only a
class room and on the Job. window dressing for its own swank A 1 t A6r
Sometimes this belittling of a first was bidding for his services. r at {
b br
especially if It la one which Here la some sound advice froman i i I 4 A ,

,sot utilize all of a young per. employer who says "If parent \, fI
ichooling. Is done by parents want their boy or girl to succeed Peromfcu/ulor/ high
A 1 I Hiiin you could us u hat my ut/c tot lor our baby ,
foider to keep a son or daughter they themselves must study his chair crtb hiillnnrlt, iltrtliiing outfit, btankili-tht coil was 1200 mart sham ,
fm becoming too easily. satisfied.Bli chances. his field of choice ant .
our budget for the child aU",. -.".
true that many young people value every step he takes one by
1 prodding In order to realize one. Even then they cannot expert i
r full possibilities. But a more miracles. A young man who wantsa 'OU MAY HAVE TO PAY
Itniructive method Is to keep better Job than the one he has many young wives IIJ IIJII I

;dardi of eventual accomplish. in the beginning must do two thirds HOW feel horrified you are letting your hut' ,
< high while at the same time to get It: he must do the present band worry about money-If
plop the young worker get ev7 job well enough to merit praise: and shocked if their his hord earned
ounce of experience out of pres. he must tram himself! at home or Involuntary husbands could be identifiedas you spend -
[Kmployment. And you can't do work after hour. *o lie salary on beauty treatments, I
i b; being disdainful about your ready for promotion, when H comes, 8027Crisply the "Tired Tim" who bridge prises and clothes-//

V And it will come. There are not: writes me this letter? If you fail to abide by tin household
you I
lu the other hand it la just ai enough young men orh.. ca'iler'! happen to be a young wife the budget planned long t
to drift along in a flint ki.,,'\' rend JlI'IIt-and, I am 01 e J.-.eer A r letter may help you to see one before you were married- I

it Hit obviously Isn't getting him enq 11m IT out of tholl a"ets." ,1 of the pitfalls of modern mar- Then nays Kathleen Norris

WITH surpassing artistry and riage a little more clearly you have failed in ono of your

American designers than do. most important duties as is I'
of the Past are setting a new high in you
OUSEOME Styles costume design. Especially are our matchless distinction. The suit I.a i I. I say modern marriage because wife. For no matter how pre'*

masterpiece of fine Th.thre..quarter Tailored I I ty you may look, if your beauty
American style creator doing themselves tailoring. marriage used to be
In Fashion Revival proud In the campus town length cape of Amer. Pattern N*. 8027-You are ready quite a different thing a hun shop bill is more than yourhusband I

and country ensemble which they ican opossum with striped tweed to I for anything business campus.: can afiord to pay he
match the suit will club meetings football games and dred years ago. A girl was so
through won't be No
create of gorgeous colorful wool and carry holiday activities In a trim tailored pleased. matter
Tiny Old-Fashioned Bags stunning fur. triumphantly a* a wrap to wear button front frock such a a Pattern glad to get a husband then how necessary that extra piece

Not only do the costumes pictured through the winter with daytime ( No. 8027. The neat shoulder yoke that she practically idolized of furniture may be if it costs

Are Shown.By redound to the glory of American frocks and party dress a* well. A 'help you In gaining a smooth at him. Families were large more than it ought to, he'll 1
Jktu I sure safe sound and sane investment across (h*> shoulders, below then
designers but there I Ia fascinationand
from to fifteen
having hate the it.
eight probably right of
patriotic thrill in the thought this that will pay big dividends yoke are the gather which permit .'
CHERIE NICHOLAS that 'the fur. American In chic charm and selfgratification. the easy. fullness through the bod members. Dependent moth In time you m., b.. the one

Nu.r. .. e femTnine elgncebi"yesUr IThe" -' which I. combined wttevth*opossum beautiful ,fCantered ... I ic pie*. convertible It U easy to collar attach, which this maybe ammo era and unmarried sisters to pay -in heartbreak endtears.

day U revived In our own fashion wools of these stunning costumes U In the picture 1* another buttoned high or worn open. Add lived with the young wife and .

By BURY E. DACVB plctur You see this sentiment for Itself decidedly aU-Amerilian.The example of the Intrigue and glamour a row of distinctly button and a all< together the women bandied

Intel. *l Slito Marrs Kllcke looking back to the "good old possibilities presented In this expressed In the alliance of bright belt to match the tremendous burdenof ty well burdened and' not satisfied

rill those women who spend their times" reflected in the present emphasis new alliance of wool with opossum wool with smart fur. Th* coat U Pattern No. 8027 I* designed for to face a future which may be an
vi time In Red Cross room and on handsome fa brio and are endless Not only 1* opossum lined with a plaid wool In glowing sizes 12 to 20 and 40. Size 14. shortsleeves. domestic duties. Indefinite repetition of this sort of

must buy their Christina I with 4Va 39-inch
MJ III for wrapping< there la a ment of lovely lace and lavish fur. I used for general utility costumes blouse. When thrown back the without nap.nap yard cleaned windows; fed thickens; that I can pas on to her In the) ;1
of material for them to se- but through scientific skill It bas hood form a colorfully lined collar. cared for babies; started children I j
from this In the revival of "real millinery I i hop that she will take a different
year. also been available The jacket and skirt two of off for school; wrestled with coal l
liner bare toilet and coa much of which I* enhanced with made for dressy pick up attitude toward extravagance and
and cosmetics soap of all kind rich plumage. daytime and evening wear a* wella the colors In the plaid. Mitten too range and dirty crates; mad. fruitcake bill?"

a offered In such Intriguing'n. A* evidence that old fashion have for all-purpose wear.A If you pleas, of matching furl : ""_............................ to the and bed quilt; took rug out The trouble began many year

n. men and women. ,mInt become new, witness the beautifully cut coat Is shownto If your new wool ensemble hap. yard and beat them; put up Tired Tim when Bert wa, a
[ tosps and toilet water and of fetching little dinner reappearance hat the left In the group. The. exquUlteljr pen .to be of wool In the nowsofashionable I A44r................................ fruit; nursed the sick and In between little ago girl. Perhaps becauseshe had

l these way article that evetj are put after up,the in with frivolous vells and feather, which It I I.colorful mad wool for strip ltaelf.of magenta color' and If I ...................................... letter other to dear Job old wrote school: voluminous friend, no mother she. evidently grew upte.lin.
speaks It I* without fur. youTwU lack
very she bad to want :
wp bubble has burst and the I ornament and flower t Special 1 Importance But tf* different today. Each!: that only a

lingering odor baa faded a uae- I ii attached to fur head Now that fashion 1* advocatingcolor mart U you carry with- It a tunning. I creme 01............................ bride-, launch out by herself lathe thln.f to buy' It, and that there was)
alb remains there I* little doubt piece to wear with after-five costumes. women are going in wholeheartedly hug muff of opossum; and of following letter hue.band no relation between honest money

Wth! desirability of this I type oflbenext for coats that add a bold course, there must be a hat of the Paltanl ".......... _....... explains just where one young his wife and dishonest bill*. Thousands of
dash of color glory to the winter same fur to wear with It. The hat woman much older than Bert have
to consider are book Amusing too and too utterly fern- landscape. Th soft front fullness and muff twosome I* an acc.llol'7eomblnatlon seal 1. e.nu a ado, 'foeseer fail him. this falling, and thousands of mothers
** hooks nine and appealing for word, areth pattern desired Wile Bad No Tralalag.
of all description are achieved by skillful manipulation of especially cited among let their daughter go Into marrlag .
bl, quaint little reticule to carry Patricfa "Bert 1* the most adorable girl
from the classic ":Feed lag the stripes i* decidedly effective. topnotch fashion Dow Pattern.2N without a hint of the serious *- 1
?amfy" by Mary Swart Rose with formal clothe They glitter The wide notched collar and cuff of Color highlighted In wool this W. uUa .t.. New Yerl!. N. T. In the world" write 'fired Tim. of this oversight. 1t t
'ill revised form to the regional with jewel embroidery. By the natural American "but she never bad any training,
books that nil opossum are perfect season especially stress brown and The simple truth Is, any womaa It
with reticule and
us nostalgia way, these cunning new money limply doein't mean
with the blue
bygone subtle dark The bright blue
meal. greens. new who let her husband worry about
have a bright future before them 81bolidaY' anything to her We talked budget
liars are pink In the tweed. Is the talk of the town. With fursIt
book on hobble from before finance 1* a poor wife This seems
gift (election*-a suggestion we were married and
< tot to art .na craft Quilt When one Invest in a three- 1* outstanding In any fashionable but II
Ilk. a weeping statement
In mind Christmas worked it out but she'snever
worth keeping as on paper
"J china needle, furniture print, garX shopping day draw nigh. piece outfit a* perfectly eniembleda gathering. Amethyst tones and purples Smartly Styled glanced at it nor given It a I II true. To be only a money spender j
model shown to
wood the handsome
work weaving
also being played to
are up squandering his hard-won (alary
thought since."We've .
illver, pewter rugs home Just a* quaint as these fascinating the right, she has underwritten for heights of distinction in wools, their I cheerfully on beauty parlors
lion been married two
1 -everything for every- little reticule are dazzling be- herself a feeling that wherever she beauty accentuated with handsome year
theaters club lunches
*. frock shops ,
and adult I and have a baby seven month old.
jeweled "dog collars, the revivalof she Is sure to be among the and sumptuous
amethyst jewelry
Ibenit Is to fail in Job.
comes to gadgets there'su I I wish you could see what Bert got bridge prizes, your
which i I. scheduled to take place
and best dressed. This important en- furs.
to the clever aids for pleas. for the child. Perambulator highchair and more marriage go on the rock
when dress for the midwinter ..mble for town carries an air of x
$U9lng.peelal. you up (Released by Western Newspaper Union) crib bathlnettp sterilMng because of this Inexplicable stupidity
foods make delightful outfit blanket it came to $200 on the part of Intelligent women
be A friend who like cheese That fashion Is In a mood to re- \OrHH OP APPLICATION ('IR'r ."t.liT. 'H."n..o". m/.re than our budget for him had than because of any other one thing.
more than pleased with a the glories of the past is Fog T%X ltr.fr; :lWrimtr II' :\rv. vi.mim i it IIAI.HV:
? of assorted varieties. Choice capture ( 11111 1 %... lll.l: I' Millnwan, Plaintiff, VH yl al'owed: My salary 1 I. $81! a week It doesn't matter how fresh
aU the Christmas foods such I also readily seen in the revival NOTirn IS HKHKBir niVEN Mabel McUowan IJefendunt bit I carry Insurance and contrlb- groomed curled or frocked you are,

Ilium puddings and fruit) cakes. Jet Jewelry embroidery and other That Charley R Johns holder of Can No. 1SU3 u'e $20 a month a* rent for my or tow charming your house Is,
Tax Certificate No. 4J8: Issued the ORDER OF PlfBLirATIOV AND
An extravaganza
and candy answer the gift ornamentation. 2nd day of September' A. D. 19:lit NOTICK: : TO APPEAR mother who has n pension; also with the new hangings the new
on.I of jet beads and sequins scintillate ban filed name In any,. office anihas STAT O P FUJIIIHA to. Alta 1 i Ite rlOY $87 for our house Including taxes china the chromium chairs and'the
usually the smartest clothes by day made application for a tax deed Mah..l Vlr-lluwan, liana residence,
a safe rule to select on U Unknown. end amortization of debt and about Venetian blind If your husband Is
Said certificate
13 to: ba l loaned therenn
we would like very much as well as by night. Jet necklaces embrace. the following described -I You arM required, to appear on taO more monthly for refrigerator worrying about money he hate 11
...Ives-considering, of course with bracelets earrings and clips properly In the County nfllrndford. January Oth 1942 In the above stove and so on. aiL
bbies and State nf Florida, to-wlt: named Court and cause, wherein
needs the other with the new
will be
to match worn "These will lessen time Husband Like Serenity.
Com at a pt 105 ft H of NW Cor plaintiff iiik divorce Tiradford expense as
'Weak light wool pastel frock and ofcourse of N\V/i( of 6"F It run H ass ft, C'ounty Telegraph shall publish thl.O.tI..r p e1s' goes on, but Bert already has found For surprisingly, aren'l
solution of nicotine iulkV with aU-black costumes. K 625 ft, N W 62} ft to In next four weekly !..ue.. men
Is very elective a* a pray beir, Sec 33 Twp. s N. K 22 F:., Witness my hand and official Heal' a larger place she like better fussy about furniture., They love
If1"* Plants bothered by mealy Further evidence that old fashIons containing S Acres more or IH*. at Hlarke. Kla, thl* Nov. 18! 1911.OFFICIAL where we will have a room for a comfortable: old chairs familial

Usne-hfteaponic are being made new is seen In The. under assessment the. laid of the certificate said property In. a(* Clerk of said MEAL Cuurt A 11.21 J, Thomas 4t 1212u. .t., maid. We now have only dinner lamps "Dad's old desk" and

>4It11Phate to one Quart of water the revival of magenta as a leading sued was In the name off Mrs. Annie A. Stephens, Jacksonville, FlaAtty. yr help. 'Mom'' old spoons" They even gel i
J-Pwy every day until the bugs color. In the quaint fitted B I'tttlt.L'nleim for Pit "Bert Is hospitable and nothing Is to like the dresses of yesterday;

iJJri! temPerature Then use clear water basques which now challenge blouse redeemed said according certificate to law shall. the h* too good for her friends. In plan many a wife hOI been exasperatedto

tying with every day. silhouettes, in the evening slipper property described therein will\ b* iv c'IH<'i'IT f'ot'IIT. nnenronn ? ning menus she spares no expense.'Let's answer, "I've had It three years"
the nicotine solution f'o'rY.. KIOHIH IM f II,t'V l'Kltf:
once this season, have developedInto old to the highest bidder at the have steak again and a when affectionate husband com
a week.: which l court house dour on the first Mon. James It Illnhnp. Plaintiff v*, Dora an
ablvate the son around house breathtaking. Jewel-embroid day In the month of January, 1942. Bishop. Defendant. Cane No I5H5. mousse and alligator pears,' she ments admiringly upon her costume

occasionally too. An old ered fantasies. There' quaintness, which I* the 6th day of January, ORDER NOTICE OF PUBLICATION TO APPEAR AND will say. Our friends are all better What a husband likes la serenity

fork i* a good tool for this too. in the long sleeves high necks 11M2.Dated this 18th day of November STATE F FLORIDA to: Dora Axed financially than we are and at home a woman content and busy,

03doori a. and softly rounded shoulders that 1141.10P'FI'IAr.. Bishop You are of Wlllucnochee required. to appear Oaorwla, on LL my wife likes to keep up with them. bills paid.

*hedges.Watch your evergreens decorate the newest dinner dresses.VOT1'E SEAL A..1. Thomas December 22, 1941 In the above Very Much In Debt. I remember one young wife wh
? Snow must not be al. Clerk Circuit Court: of J named Court and carne, wherein .
irk'* to remain OI> the branches. "" lyot 11-21 taW- i plaintiff seek* divorce Bradford Here Is a perfect gown to wear 'Last week my office boss told "fell madly in love" with the picture

tl bmes wet and very heavy and Of HITK'VTIOX' Tit County Telegraph shall publish this under your winter coat. It give me that they had considered me fora of a nude girl by a stream. I'

10 them .nil dg real dam. n.. ,ItTKIl!' FICTITIOlIt NAME if ciRdir f'OI nT. I'niFonntKIIV. Order In next my hand four and weekly official IMHUMMWltneMa neal. you color. It give you chic. And promotion but the fact that I was was in the "September Morn" era

Le shrub. Notice in hereby given that the f"ot "F'. FLO'UU" IN :11\\1-: : at "" ,uk... Fla this Nov 16. 1111OFFICIAL. this slick town dress designed by about $2.300 In debt to doctor hospital The picture cost $300. It was t14

underpinned, under th. provliilon Florida. BrinkUy Crlbb. Plaintiff v*. ( HiAL' > .All J' Thomas U-li Joseph Whitehead is In the best dentist, florist, and so on. prettier than the picture on the gro>
r"c/'r of a* Clerk of said Court I 41
BRADFORD lf.hrt.Ilh re.'f"ef with r the Edna Mi..: la Crlbb Defendant. Case Knight & Knight AU,... for I'lforitK American tradition cf perfect work. seemed to them a serious thing and cer'a calendar that year but sh
t ",\/.O..n", Iv c.\IC.: Clerk of the Circuit Court: In and No. 16U. manship. It I II of ravishingly col. they wanted an explanation. Foolishly wanted it, and she had to have It
I it [ Vedll, Plalfttlff.l l ".. Ira C. for Bradford County, Florida the ORDER OF PUBLICATION! for
ored striped wool with velveteen I told Bert this and her answer She paid Installments on it moM
"DaR oF' onr. CaMe No "09. fictitious Bam of AND NOTICE TO APPEAR \ OF APPI ictiioxH run I ,
IATG 1tso; 7'cLIP EAFIAND: Park Cafe & Friendly' Place, STATE OP FLORIDA t..: Edna %,A.. Itl"taI tunes touches at neck and waist. The'plnch" was to appeal to her father for than a year.

"ot 1 T1 OF FLORIDA under which we are engaged and Eula Crlbb. co City Cafe, Fair Notice I I. hereby given that I I beret has bright coq money 'because Tim wa being so Her husband hated It, and friend
tot Ira C. Bluff North Carolina. have filed my final report an admlnltratrlx -
,YnanrA. ','' .ton street BII. doing business at You are required to appear on I of th* estate of D. W feathers. mean.' The old man, very much worried mad. fun of it. She told them sh
PP 113-1:0 South Walnut. Florida Street January Slh, 1942, In the abovenamed Kelly deceased : that I have filed gave her a diamond ring< of *** Just storing it for Emily. Hei
;tbreqUlr..cI to appear on Btarke Bradford County Court and cause, wherein my .petition for final discharge; ,
C ; In the above That the said business I I. owned seeks divorce. Bradford and that I will apply tn the lion. : Eaea Add cause her mother' to pawn and Bert ever husband run down and anxious
otlCt seeks ndlvorc.e'BtradTnrd and operated by the following Interested Plaintiff Telegraph hall publlnh this orahle K K. Pvrryman, County I since has been anxious to redeem It, died of pneumonia that winter leav
hrhelegraph| parties: Order In next, four weekly l issues.Witness Judge of Bradford County Florida, I FREE you Fn<*f StomachUlcer for she naturally values it highly. lag an estate of something less thai
ha" Publleh this George Kopelouso 33? Call hand and official on the ftth of January 1942 for .
next my indig
11t.... four weekly leaue. Street Btarke Fla. real. at tit....., Florida till November approval nf the aarn and for finalrilioharBe I *, lacyBIo.ting.GasHeartburn "Now don't think." the letter con. 2000.( Almost one-tenth of that bat
rfloy nthus official 11911 8.rlanoa.. 13T Call Street 13th., 11141.OFFICIAL a* such admlnlntralrlxThl ,Belching to for the picture. 1 hop she
', Nick eludes "that I am criticizing my gj
{'C/\L :. Nand ov. 'Oth. 3rd day of Dsr.mi, 1011.
..... r .. Cour A J. Thoma Btarke, Flit.. ( SEAL) A. J. Thomas Margaret U K.lly.A"mlnl..lrat.11C NatuM.gt a rre. sample of UDGA wile. But I am working hard pret- felt it was worth while.
i1' .11. 4t l.1211trty At Starke Bradford County. Florida A* Clerk of said Court. 11-14 4t 12.6 booklet ..tOARPENTER'S
>.. IntcreaUng
'. .Jackaonville. this l lard day of Sept. 1941.llil Nathan Hrhevlts Jacksonville, Fla. of the Estate l of and a r
for j.1,,. et .. Arty for Plf. :D. W. Kelly deleaved IZ-t 4t lZ-2
__r! e-4 SIP



5 1941GE


notice which he has for Naval Stores Meet Commissioners whether or not there will In determine a need for I be counties.created foi all---5I, nay-==,
aithful Clock Lost I* a along Judy Green & Cake Christian Church I one regional housing authority to A (p 1
time had pasted on the door Thuma.
'r A large Ingrnm clock whichW. to his safe: "Don't blow this safe. All members and friends! of the I A meeting will be hell in Fri-the .-10,_-- ____,_-_ ...- .---.-.-

E. Middleton received for It does not contain money, and oat" Christian Church will be Inter- courthouse here Dec.at 10 12 o'clock, for the MOVED TO NEW, LARGER LOC:\\TUvT*
morning ;
Christmas present a year ago. Is not supposed to be locked. If day
ested to know that beginning I of explaining the Naval OPPOSITE STANDARD OIL BULK
and which has been sitting on the It Is, first call and I will give b'er purpose STATION
mantle In his office ever since you the combination." Sunday Dec. 7, Sunday School Stores Conservation Program. for
will be con- COALDUY
J was stolen Monday night. "For at 10 o'clock and Morning Wor- 1942. The meeting

' 20 years" Dr. Middleton said Methodist Church 'ship at 11 o'clock will be held ducted Jacksonville by a office representative-and It Is urged the YOUR WINTER SUPPLY FROM:
Tuesday morning "I have left ts;
Sunday. Chaplain Interested In the
r office door every that all persons LUMBERCONCRETE
my open BO that peo- Services for next Sunday al'e
J. L. Sandlin of Camp Blun- of naval stores be
ple might come in and read and as follows: production MATERIALt nI OCKS
rest and that la the first thing Church School 10 A M. Classes ding and W. A. RoberBon of the present. CEMENT SAND, GRAV,

that has ever been stolen" He ,for all age groups. You are cordially Riverside Christian Church of .
" said whoever got the clock left : Invited to attend with your Jacksonville will conduct the ser 1% ciitcirr (01: t!. I.M I.I' BUfOI
" the key, and If he will return for class. vices. The public is invited. ('*:"Y. ,

e It, he will gladly give It to him. I Morning: Worship 11 A. M. The ::4 Thomas 21111111"Ainu.Kxvll.. Smith. ,Plaintiff Defendant vs. Starke, Florida

He left the office at 8 o'clock P, Sermon Subject will I be: "In Mrs. Taylor Dies Case tin.'Elt8'F: ..... ..... ---.- -.p..p---.-----
a M. Whom we have Believed." )' PUBLICATION
Characteristic of Dr. Middleton The Youth Fellowship meetingwill 4i1r Mrs Leonard Taylor, of Law- TATE:! OF Io"LOIUUA to: Thomas '

be at 6:30: P, M. Young'people ley, mother of Misses Ethel and Kxcll Smith, whose residence la > ,: 12
s L'nknown. f STUNNING
t :&. are Invited. % Bertha Taylor who have for You are required to appear on ,
: January. Sth, ll1U, In tie above rR' E'E"
7:30 o'clock.
Evening Worship sometime been secretaries In the named Court and cause wherein
There will be a Song Service led office of H. C. Wall and Jos. E. ( plaintiff seeks divorce, Bradford
e a Or by H. A Carlton for the first Wilson, died suddenly about 7 County Order In Telegraph next four shall weekly puhllxh IHHUBB.Witness this. ;, :* CAn

half hour. The sermon subject o'clock Tuesday night of a heart my hand and official. seal I i

will be: "What Religion Does For attack. Details of the death and at 1941.Starke. Kla., this December 3, Printed in bright, gay colors! On paper of rich vellu

Life." funeral arrangements are lacking, I (OFPIClAl" SEAM A. .T. Thomas "
As fleikof Raid Court. 12-5 411226ChaH and antique weave! 12 handsome, white, double-fo
Prayer Wednesday Judy Green six-year-old daughter but It Is understood that Inter It. Hess, Jacksonville, Kla. T
7:30: P. M. of Mr. and Mrs Lloyd Green ment was at 2 o'clock Thursday I Atty. for Pit envelopes to match! JST
oIS G. C. (Powell Pastor. afternoon Oak Grove i ___ 17 I .
Is shown here with the large at cemetery I

birthday cuke with which she was north of Kingsley Lake. l\ TUB ,0'1' f>K TIIH (.o..rv. CJ I9FOR ONLY 'r..I't .
.11 III.K. Illl.tllKOIII4>l.>TV. ..
Baptist Church presented when she recently cele- t <
1'LOR ll> t, 1% Pit 0R "';'.:.
brated her birthday anniversary. At Baseball Meet In rut state of .T. M. McCord, c
rt CLOTHINGTHIS Services Starke Baptist Church, I Ileceused.. 15 OCTAGON : \
December 41: TO ALl. CREDITORS AND PER- t .
Judge E. K. Ferryman former .
YEAU WE HAVE Sunday school led by. S. E.Splu'ks STANDS: AGAINST SAID ESTATE: I
at 9:45.: Will Hear Talk professional baseball pitcher attended You and each of you are hereby COUPONS !
Convention to
the National Baseball notified and required prexent
Morning Worship service at 11 By Returned MissionaryThe any claims and demands which
OF MENS at Jacksonville Wednesday or either of may have
o'clock. Sermon, "What Herod you you
XMAS GIFTS IN THE Ladles' of the and Filrtuy. He met manyof attaint the estate. of T. M. Mc- 'V Ltt+ :
rI Auxiliary L
Did Not Know. in Curd, deceased. lute of said County' I Cad 1
of farmer
h's friends days
HISTORY OF OUR Baptist' Training Union 6:30: Presbyterian Church will meet to the County Judge of Bradford
the baseball world. 'ounty, Florida at his office In
Tuesday afternoon at 3 o'clock at
STORE evening Worship (service 7:30.: the courthouse of said County at
Midweek Prayer service, Wednesday the home of Mrs. John Uglow. Starke Florida, within eight calendar -
"The months from the time of theflr..t ; .
7:30.Midweek: most fascinating" woman of
iv nun: 'IT roiKT.: BIIA POHUroi publication of this notice.
Botany Ties _______ $1.00 choir practice led by the Orient" will be the subject 'Tl" .....OIUD. ix cii.1-: Each claim or demand shall be In -
L. of our returned missionary from C:KllV writing, and shall state the placeof
Mrs A.
'{ Canova Wednesday
residence and post office address -
Knothe Expansion evening at 8:00.: Thailand Mrs. Charles H. Crooks Eleanor Hnrt.. ..ell. Plaintiff.. Case V*. of the claimant and shall be
Shelton Hart ll, Defendant.
Belts ___________ $1.00 who served 37 years In Slam as a ND. 1845. sworn to by the claimant, hi.I
and such
agent or attorney any
Flu Record medical missionary. Olioklt OF PUBLICATION claim or demand, not so filed shall
Curlee Suits' _____ $29.85 Spoils She has recently given this address STATE AND NOTICK OF: FLORIDA TO APPEAR to: Shelton be void. -4p

w (The Lasting Gift) Monday's was an unusual meet- twice In St. Augustine HwrUell. whose residence. In As admlnlotratorVIJarheO'EtIPooriAa

Ing of the Board of County Commissioners where her audiences found It moat Unknown You are required to appear on executor of the La..tVII1 of andTe.tam..nt d

Wings Shorts $1.65 & $2 It was the first time rewarding In the way' of both Information January named Court 6th., and 1942.cause In the wherein above T. M. McCord deceased. iH FREE! 1 Ei ulsfe. Filltizs FIEC'BcwIiUI.Cmerale'! .

since being elected Dine years ago and Inspiration. plaintiff seeks divorce Bradford First publication 12-5.12-5 1941 4t K26OTKK $0 Dimer Platti! Spi- '! A CM
Arrow Shirts ______ $2.00 that efficient Clerk of the CourtA. Devotions wUl be in charge of County Telegraph shall publish thisOrder fUL ) e)
In next four weekly IHMUBB.Witness B
J. Thomas has missed a ses Mrs. T. N. Kendrick All mem- mv hand end official neal !

M Stetson Hats ______ $5 up sion. Monday he was absent. bers and friends are urged to be at 1941.Htarke, Fla., thin December 8, !\NOTICE OF Is *hereby PTlll-IC given.u,1An'\iG pursuantto ', .*

Reason: flu.CARD. present. the Rural Housing; Authorities !
Florsheim Shoes $8.95 up Clerk of said' Court. 12-6 4t 12-28 Law of Florida that a public hearing -
'"ha... K. Ilea Jacksonville. Fla.. will be held before the CountyCnmmlsHloners
Crosby Square Shoe $5.95 OF THANKS Junior Women To Hear Atty. for Pit of Hradford County ML
KV the 18th day of Decem
I We Red Cross Worker :..-.r.11:41 at 5'00 o'clock, p. m., l t
for the
are grateful
n very at the Court House In the City of !
e many expressions! o f sympathy i.v nnri'iT: coi'HT. nnAPrOIiD Starke, County of Bradford State:!
t and for'the beautiful flowers Members of the Junior Woman'sClub COITV.: FLOIIIUtl IM CIIAN-: of "Florida at which an opportunityto
he heard will be all
will meet Wednesday nightIn c.'nY, granted to
given during our recent bereave- O.'nrge Orr-for runtime. Plaintiff I residents of said county and to all I
ment. the club building at 8 o'clock. VM. M.i ric I It W. Uotlung. Defendant. other Interested persons, upon thequestions
Mrs. L. A. Johns and
FOR THESERVICE The speaker will be Mrs. Viola Cane. No. 10411.OKDEK : ..
family. f 1>PUBLICATION I la' Whether Insanitary or unnnfe BRING YOUR COUPONS TO THIS STORE
MAN Anderson district Red Cross AND N AND TAKE YOUR CHOICE OF 1000 FREE Gift,
worker who will suggest projectsthat STATE OF FLORIDA to: MarrleW. In said County or there IM a
nottungr. whale address In 14'' shortage of safe and sanitary dwel-
Mackinaws ______ $18.50Officers' PLACE YOUR ORDER the Junior Club might undertake North Ann Street Little Falls, New ling accommodations In said County
during the coming year. Vork. I .available to persons of low Incomeat EXCHANGE STORE
NOW FOR HOLIDAY You are required to appear on rentals they can afford andb GASSETT
Blouses $19.50 up Hostesses will be: Mrs. Grady January Sth, 1942, In the above ( ) Whether one regional housing -
Baggett Miss Abbie Harley' Miss named Court and cause, wherein niilhcrlty for the counties of

Sam Browne Belts $4.50 up FRUITCAKE Madge Whlgham and Mrs. Eld- County plaintiff Telegraph seeks divorce shall rubltiih Bradford this Alachua Plagler,, O Maker;. ,tI1L: Putnam Clay;, LOCATED STARKE'HEIGHTS

ridge Smith. Order In next four weekly |X UM. St. Johns and Union,Florida. wouldbe
Witness my hand and official seal a more efficient, or economical Starke, -. FloridaTOILETRIES
Enlisted Men'sSerge I n4ltark" Fir, this i>..cember S, administrative. unit than the Housing -
Mrs. Hildabelle Bence Authority the said County
__ $7.50 up (OFFICIAL PrtAL! ) A.T.: Thomas to Carry out t'h pt/rpnses'of the
1 Pound- ZZJL__ 40c Entertains Informally 'AH'rierkof'nald Court. 12-8 4t 12-18 Rural Housing Authorities Law of
Officers' Elaatique Carlton C. Arnnw JackHonvlllx, Florida In said County.
Fla. Atty .for Pit. After!, such hearing said County
and All-Wool 2 Pound _-__-,___ 80c Mrs Hildabelle Bence enter- '
Gaberdine Slacks tained at luncheon T u e II day -

$7.95up 5 Pound ______ $2.25 Bouquets of chrysanthemums of CLASSIFIED ADS I

different colors were used !In the

living-room while' the dinIng- --- -------- -- -,- -
STEAMING HOT rom table was centered with 1 ) .i
FOR SALE-1937 Imperial Chrysler FOR RENT-Furnished cottage
bouquets o f white chrysanthemums. -
PARKER HOUSE Poinsettias were used in 4-door sedan with very low 2 bedrooms adults $30 per
mileage. Has straw seatcovera, month. Also 3-room furnished
We Keep a Complete Line the hall. The table was covered '
ROLLS with Phllco radio, fog: light. Motor apartment with bathroom and
an ecru cloth of cutworkdesign.
of Military Equipment and tires In good shape. E. J.Dahruer lights, adults, $30 per month.-

,. 110 -East, Call street. Mrs. L. M.',Clark. Turn rightat
DAILY AT 11 O'CLOCK Guests Included Mrs. J. C.
ltp first country road after leav-
Hoover; Starke: Mrs. F. W Bud- COMPLETE LINE OF e. .
ing city line at Starke Road
dlngton Mrs. Pearl A. Lee Mrs
FOR SALE 193S Chevrolet
48 then first
Lula H. Oliver Mrs. F. B. Jennings right again to
KUTERS BAKERY coupe cheap for cash. In good Brookside Farm
sign 1-4
1894 Mrs. C. A. Chalker Mrs.O. mile YARDLEY LENTHERICToilet
condition. Good reason sellIng -
Starke about 1
Formerly Bakery mile In all to Road 48.
S. Howard from Mlddleburg; ;.-Mrs. J. H. Lord, 319 W. 1 1-2 mile out PreparationsAnd
east Call St. Toilet Preparations
, and Mrs. T. J. Knabb and Mrs. Madison Starke. Itp
T.. N. Dorman, of Macclenny. over new bridge when finished. And Sets Sets

FOR SALE! CHEAp-one woodor Itp
55c to $5 $1 to $10
W. M. U. Members coal burning console type

MESSENGER BOYS WANTEDSome Reminded Of MeetingThe circulating: heater.-Gassett Exchange FURNISHED COTTAGES on

Store, Starke Heights. Lake Santa Fe 5 miles east of LUCIEN LeLONG ELMO.

For Permanent Positions It Waldo. Electric lights running PreparationsAnd
l last meeting of the WI. M. I Toilet
Others TemporarySome U. for water. Inquire L e wit I Toilet Preparations
the observance of the Sets
FOR SALE coal and wood. We
With Automobiles for Week of for Mis- Jewelry Co., Gainesville Fla. And Sets
Holiday Deliveries Prayer Foreign handle Red Bar Coal, 2 12x6lump. $17.50
Others sions will be held after tr SOc to
With Bicycles Friday A. A. Annls Material

Advanced High School Boys Wanted To Use noon, December 5, at the Starke Yard. Phone 163. It FOR RENT-House at $1 to $10
Baptist church from three to Kingsley RICHARDHUDNUT
Their Spare Time Learning The BusinessSee Lake .
four o'clock. FOR SALE-Green] pine slab conveniences.Farm .

Air. May This announcement which adds wood, 13-Inch: long. Truck load at II e II bronn Springs MAX FACTOR

this most Important meeting to (cord and a half, or more) $3delivered. known as Walnwrlght-Mitchell Toilet Preparations Toilet PreparationsAnd

WESTERN UNION the others in the Lottie Moon .-H.- B. Kerce. Lake farm. Also farm for sale 30-
gal.. hot water tank with oil And Sets Sets
Week of prayer was made after Butler 123t

the meeting at the church on heater for sale. Also room for $2 to $7 SOc to $8.50
Tuesday. FOR SALE-20 acres cleared: and rent Mrs. J. M. Mitch ell, _

Mrs. H. L. Brownlee, rested land, with four room Starke. 1t
i 1st Vice-President. cottage on graded road south LADIES FITTED BAGS
9 of Write Mrs. D. M.
Mrs. Van H. Hampton. VENETIAN
Cardin, BLINDS sold and accurately -
$2.50 to $27.50
t Bute, Waldo. 11-14 4tp
, Program Chairman. fitted. Gassett Exchange _

FARM FOR i ALE OR EX- Store Starke Heights FORM EN
Keating-Moscly e _
CHANGE-10 acres with house ltp

I' MOST DELICIOUS Marriage AnnouncedMiss 5 acres under cultivation and LENTHERIC

I rich; produces anything. 6 POSITION WANTED-by young YARDLEY

Lillian Moaeley daughterof miles west of Camp Blandlng. ,lady experienced In typing, SHAVING SETS SHAVING SETS

Mrs. Zach Brown, and Joe L. Possession Jan. 1-Mrs. Llllie shorthand bookkeeping and .
Keating were married In New Gilbert, Box 231 Starke. Itp general office work.- Grace $1.50 to $5.00 $2 to $5.00

Orleans La.. NOV. 28. 1941 at Kennedy Rt. 2, Box 143-A .
8:43: I P. M. The bride wore a duo FOR RENT_ 4-room furnished Starke. ltp I.

i ON EARTH bonnet suit with blue accessories! apartment with private bath. SEAFORTHWILLIAMS

and orchid corsage. Extra bedroom. F. A. Scott. WANTED 2 experienced sales

4 The couple will reside at 3222 ,Phone 04. 603 Temple Ave. Itp girls. Easy hours good pay. SHAVING SETS SHAVING SETS

f, Deluxe Sandwiches of All Kinds Prytanlnla St.. New Orleans. Mrs. FOR RENT-A small two-room Box 683 Starke Fla. C. J. Car- : .... $2.00.
Keating bad been for sometime house either furnished or un ter The Stag Blandlng Highway $2 to $5 $1.50> ..

employed at the Bell TelephoneCo. furnished. 6 miles out of town. Itp
Inquire at Green's Store Starke.
lip cord fat
SPECIALTYAlso RaJford Lodge Conducts1st SETS
pine turpentine faces and oak .
FOR RENT One 5-room furnished $8 delivered.
Degree Work Here Just drop me a $1.25OLD 98c
cottage electric lights card.-L. A. Brown Brooker >
Bradford Lodge No. 35: F. & A. running water. Reasonable. Also F1.&. 12-5 5tp M l

Clean Healthful M. held a special meeting at the a 2-room apartment fur- SPICE .HOUBIGANTSHAVING

local lodge hall Monday' night nished, all screened. Inquire at WANTED Part-time stenog- SET-

Amusements for the purpose of "first degree Earlton Poet Office. 12-5 2tp rapher. See :Mr. May National SHAVING SETS

: work" conducted by the Raiford Catholic UP
FOR RENT-4-room house 3 1-2 Community S e r v Ice $2.00 up $1.50
1 Lodge assisted Masonic
by members -
Temple Ave.
miles northwest of Starke it
from the 43rd Division at on L25! to$1$
Camp Blandlng. old Raiford road.-Jeff Lewis MENS SHAVING KITS ___ $
Starke. MAN wants -
12-5 2tp em-
Among the 13 visitors were ployment In
or near Starke.
members from Connecticut. Mississippi FOR RENT One large room Varied business experience. Can

and Texas. Aft e r thebuslnlIa with two double beds. Modern furnish good references. Desirable Koch's Drug SIOTe/

(Watch This Space) session the members ad- conveniences. Rates reasonable. working conditions more

journed to Ann & Harry's din- Mrs. Warren Perkins Starke. Important than high salary.-

Ing room for refreshments Itp Starke P, O. Box 407. ltp STARKE. FLORIDADEC


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