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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 12, 1941
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
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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 )
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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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' jwr' ten months 'of steady By L. T. Dyer County Agent Packed with soldiers and six miles from the second .. j

king and planning, W. T. The sign-up by the farmers In largest training' camp in the United States. Starke neverthe111II '

& realtor has finally sue- the National Farm Defense Plan, accepted calmly the resolution passed by Congress' 'I \

|7d in perfecting plans for the has just been finished In the Monday declaring' that a state of war existed with the Imperial

Ing of a ISO-lot subdivision I many county offices and results Empire of Japan. Of course it existed Hadn't prop

re a strong Insurance com- tabulated for the State and National erty of the United States' already been attacked? The action
[ will\ erect a large number of offices. Over 500 faimersIn of Congress was mere frnl1lity-the! American way
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priced residences.! preliml- this county prepaied farm P v.u IS. of being open and above board. The vote for war was ,170
will
plat for FHA houses plans and slgned-up to Increase .f" )
to dissenter
solitary being pacifist-fanatic Jeanette Kan-
the FHA within
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ipproved by production of food and feed
next 60 days.' crops poultry and livestock kin (Montana Republican member of the House). Typical
low-priced houses will be Starke reaction was that of pop corn man Barney Sisson' ', .
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to the public.....anil If Starkebe Goals set for Increases for Bradford who snarled: "If I'd been in Washington I'd have taken her

declared a defense area, County. and the we State re all Office oversubacrlbed. by the ,neck and thrown her out of the window even if I }

, Clute stated, they will be went to jail for It!r. .4 .'
ment on the sign-up for t com'j. w. '
small down payment
with a "
county was "Very '
F property, aggregating BOi. RADIO ANNOUNCERS THURSDAY MORNING 1l

Is 8-10 of a mile south of The goals set for thia county, Saburo Kuruxu STATED THAT GERMANY AND ITALY HAD DEiCLARED ; .
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for Inci eases for 1942 over 1941
ke on Road .13, on the east WAR ON THE UNITED.: STATES!!, KRINC.INtt \
road, at were: 200 acres corn, 317 acres
of filling the station.beginning of Irish potatoes, 469 acres vegetable 1Hldrkl INTO THE WEN A FIGHT THAT WAS ALREADY 'I

r't tit property was purchased crops 100 dairy cows 73- ..z NDr A .z..POCe.2N REING W.\(;);D. I

Mr. Clute by the 000 gallons milk 1,500 hogs 300
>ceo ugh a subsidiary of the head beef cattle 14 per cent In Camp Blandlng is blacked-out at night. Even cigarettesmoking I

rtcan Fire and Casualtyipaiiy chickens 12 per cent Increase In iJ Is forbidden after nine o'clock. Cooks. waited till dawn '

of Orlando; and con- eggs, and a garden. for. every Wednesday before being able to !start bienkfant for 40.00O sol
i of the following: the Qulg- farm family. .While Saburo Kurusu (top right), special Japanese, diers., There are rumors of practice black-outs In Starke but

and Davis tract; the Hoover, The Increases .as indicated by 'envoy was in Washington talking pea e. Premier Ilideki so! far none has yet boen called, Actual declaration of war

ch and Marr tract; the Crows the sign-up of the farmers of the Tojo (bottom right) was in Japan plotting war. Result: appaiently docs little to dampen the spirits of Binding's soldier

tract; and the Colley tract. county are as follows: 800 acres .treacherous attack by Japan without warning on population.. Slaike's movie house and beer parlors are crowded

adjoining. coin, 400 'acres Irish potatoes; possessions of the United States in the Pacific and a belated with khakl-huta, apparently jUHt a* carefree, as they were a week

This Is the first insurance 750 acres vegetable crops, 300 declaration of war on Sunday.lap'! above'shows ag().
ipany that has entered the more cows to be milked, 170.000 the area where hostile action will be largely centered in

,ike field" Mr.' Clute stated gallons 'more milk 3,500 more the U. S.-Kritish clash with Japan. There are the .,nll- A lar{c number of troops have been moved o u t of ,

ilneBday. While the houses hog, 500 more cattle to be solJ important Dutch' East Indies furnishing the bulk of lilandlng beginning, Tuesday morning with "eight days' ration I,

be for sale some few may 30 per cent Increase in chickens, America's rubber supply; French Indo China where large and sealed orders." No official statement has been
cnnsldeied for rent Mr. Clute 150,000 more, eggs or a 43 per concentrations of ,' are quartered ; Singapore
of Japanese troops made concerning their destination but it Is generally assumed
Increase,
cent and an
:ed. one garden for each farm.average :, the Philippines Australia and Guam .among other they are being assigned to guard duty perhaps along'

points sure te feel the blows of battle. the coasts. Some Christmas leaves have been cancelled and
The farm defense sign-up had
0 Dedication the double puipose of meeting the others shortened from 15 days to 12 days. Machine guns

national need for mote food and and anti-aircraft guns have been placed at strategic points

feed and to sign up for participation Now That We're In It 'l'rNnl..r about the reservation and Army trucks, coming from the '
nned For 20th In the Agricultural Conseiva- Tojo South rushed' through Starke Tuesday carrying what

tlon Program In 1942. ? looked to be searchlight equipment.

The government has set the allowance '
pt. A. C. Reade constructing for this county at approximately v By Russell Kay City Utilities The staff of the WPA-operaUd Legion recreation center announced

ennaster at Camp Blandlng $75.000: which the 'ThlN. Is written an first news of the trearh.l'Ou"' and cowFfJY yesterday that because of the Blandlng black-out programs .

a ha charge of building opera farmers could get each year by attack by Japan Is trickling In.on.: .. 'war of nerve Is planned for',every night from. now until Christmas are being can f
the new USO building on Under Fence
s' carrying oat soil building practices ended and the ...r of action. begun.: ,It was.. not sought by the ; celled. '
mple :Avenue,,,, has :announced '
pasture work and ,by complying United State* bat now that It IuM come, wo ayceejrt challenge! 4 't'
the
it furnish In building
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renroul and hat vefythtng with other provisions of 'Oi n4'} eater:'the conflict unflinchingly. y.PUputchea To Be Guarded '
done the program which are intended cohdlderable t.fee siwUlnul.by DEFENSE.. COUNCIL MKETINfl; (L .
manly poss\b1e.l.belnlJ': to benefit tne..farmers. Las tell of aaoiaga fth| ,_. ,
have the'tmUdtng-tot'teadtaes; : year 'ourtpHlltary'toirccsi,"ht MWS*......... 'Ai tW moment 'it, la ,<,. j !' I
CoiMDeftaNf2
the lved by" the '
paymentsv cr 'banneafrom 'The" tluTdford wIII'hold, ;
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\the'big'*abdication Saturday, farmers bf: lifts county were approximately 'fmpoMtb\ to ascertain the extent of such loa_ but Indications All visitors havskftheen "
iczmber" 20., So stated Robert .18000. :For' this >.'arc that they,are sulwtantbU.. the City Light & Water very I important:.meeting! ,at the courthoua** FrMajr' afternoon -,]

Wear Executive Secretary of year the amount they wilt earn DMplte tliln Initial damage and Its attendant regrettable.. IONS plant n'd' the Starke..llutstationof a.t' 3 -o' loekJ The organization of first aMv workers
e Army Y. M. C. A., who will '
will be about the same. have gained to far the Florida tower' Light and air raid watchers'will
prevention.group
In charge of the new USO of lives any temporary advantage Japan may and nuraea! fire,, !'
lUding, The farmers are being 'urged over-shadowed by the fact that thin action has nerved to' electrify Plant as a precautionary me.aurefollowing be especially" stressed; Chairman P. Brown urges

Governor 'Speasard L. Holland to ntudy the piovlslons of the an! unify our entire nation. the outbreak of 'hostilities all patriotic citizens of Bradford County to attend this ;

ill make the principal address program and try to carry out the 1 Where there was question, askance and doubt In the mlnd between Japan and. the .\
session. Rural residents are especially urged to
practices which will be profit vita]
lie Congressman Lex Green of many as to what our course should be a few hours ago there United States early this week.
III be master of ceremonies, A able for their farms and earn with tier flrnt. attend.
her dastardly action Nippon
of this I I" none today. By City employes'are now busy
more
money.
lltary band, will furnish, ,the bomb swept uncertainty from the mind and hearts of ,1SO>-
UBIc> :, and the business' housesIt The:'sign-up being a defense American and united them as one agaliut a. common constructing a temporary wire
likely close during"the- measurewith, a time limit, set, it 009,000)( fence around the entire block In As Its contribution to the defense ,program., the entire faculty

IIID-which will be from 9:30. has been a tremendous' job for fJDemy.Had chosen to Ignore ue.and allowed, -her*., defiance, to ., which the'munlclpa.. ( pla.n.l. \ lor, of n...H. S., gradep. lj.throu l lJ.. JJ ylll''begin a first aid course the .. '
10.30 : office force and has necessitated Japan '
: A. M the Christmas, according to an announcement yesterday
of Thailand our course would have cated. It Is planned eventually to I first' week after
Invasion
A. motorcade will come from working over time without center Itiielf In an obtained
have been
"When certificates
L. Williams.
k the finished. been much difficult. la that cane the buck would have erect a high, chain-link fence t by Principal B. t
: onville Beach and will rem extra pay to get job more they'w11l In turn Instruct students," Mr. Wit-
there Immediately after the With the fine cooperation of the been passed and we would have had to make the decision. In around the entire block similar by teachers
remony where a like celebra- farmers of the county-and I am that event It la doubtful If we would have found ounelvea either to the one now enclosing the sub llama said. "This action Is being taken In view of the present emerg

on> will be held at 11:30: with theme very well pleased with their I ualted er determined. America today b aroused as never before station. ency." While the course Is Intended primarily for teachers, other interested '

men on the program. hearty response. The work was in her hlatory her wrath to richtvoua and her. cauwe Junt. The following telegram was received citizens may attend also. The sessions will be held In the i-

Equipped. the building will cost finished on time with all goals Now she understands realizes she has a. Job to do, and ahe will Tuesday by> Mayor "N. D,, afternoon and the :.time and,place will be..announcedlater. Those i
excess of (83.000.lousing met for Increase in food and feed doing It. Walnwrlght Jr., and was turned desiring to' take the course should get In touch with Mr. Williams) '
for-1942. grimly and determinedly set_about_ L .. __ ___, __.._... over to EL H. Smith of the Board
But let's not kid ourselves. The tasK IB not aDz v.
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of Bond Trustees: I
Thta la our entry Into an all-out effort and the victory will not "Surgeon General United States !
Hearing Rites Held Wednesday still unprepared and It will RED CROSS APPEAL .
come In a week or a month. We are Public Health Service requests ,

For G.. E. Middleton require the full cooperation of everyone, service men and civilians you take Immediate steps allowing The following telegram was received here this week by Judge J

text Week alike to win. no visitors at water plant. chairman of the Bradford County Red Cross
K. Ferryman
Gerald Epping Middleton. 33 We lIlt forget our selflnh Interests, cease squabbling among Increase chlorine residual so that E. i

died suddenly Tuesday morning ouraelVM, and go to work. That thl* fact to already fully realized at least two-tenths part per mil Chapter:

The special housing hearing at the home of his parents Dr. is evidenced by the action of labor In Immediately calling lion carried to ends of distribution AGAIN THE AMERICAN RED CROSS IS CALLED UPON TO
'hleh and Mrs. W. E. Hiddleton In To the credit system." The telrgTam sent
was called by W.' M. Ed- IIff proposed striken and pledging Its full effort. BOTH NATIONALLY AND
WAR.
cards, chairman of the Board of Starke. Wlteeler, the America Flrnt Committee and other from Jacksonville was signed by SERVE OUR NATION IN

County Commissioners at the repi'Mt Born on September 28, 1906 at ef Senator they have swiftly Joined force with their W. H. Plckett. M. D., State LOCALLY WE FACE VAST AND DEFINITE RESPONSIBILITIES I
Isolationist proponents
of Governor Spessard L.aUand. Brooker he was graduated from their full cooperation to win the Health Officer. FOR SERVICES TO OUR ARMED FORCES AND FOR
and
High School fellow Americans pledged The light and water plant wilt t.
will be held In the Court the Bradford County CIVILI NS. TO PROVIDE ESSENTIAL
M Thursday afternoon, Decem- and attended the University "of war now that we're In It. be closely guarded and Mr. Smith RELIEF TO DISTRESSED
r 18, at S o'clock. Florida. For the past year he Florida In extremely fortunate In the fact that no state In has discussed with Camp Blandlng FUNDS RED CROSS TODAY IS LAUNCHING A CAM

State Hotfslng, Coordinator had held a responsible position the nation has progressed further with Us clvU defense programthan authorities the possibility of PAIGN FOR WAR FUND OF MINIMUM OF FIFTY MILLION

lIImon McClellaa will attend thetine' with the constructing quartermaster we have. The forestall* and wisdom shown by Governor having a Military Police guard PRESIDENT WILL ISSUE ON FRIDAY A .
and explain the program at Camp Blandlng. Holland In selecting the personnel for this set-up and the manner stationed there 24 hours a day. DOLLARS. THE YOUR

d furnish the necessary resolu- In addition to his parents heI In which he lias consistently pu hed the effort lit Indeed In addition to banning visitors PROCLAMATION SUPPORTING THIS APPEAL.
iona that from Its sub-station east of town, IS 125O DOL ..ARS. CHAPTERS MAY RETAIN
the Board must adopt I Is survived by one brother E. L. creditable.At CHAPTER!: QUOTA
Border to benefit By the Rural Middleton of Jacksonville and thla hour all differences are forgotten and every. true the Florida Power Si Light Co., FIFTEEN PERCENT THEIR COLLECTIONS FOR LOCAL

""" Ing Program. A letter from two sisters. Miss Madge Middle- Floridian Is anxious and eager to do everything pomlble to help 1 Is closely guarding Its'main power CHAPTERS SHOULD AT
Itt : lifted and iln.".. especially In the vicinity of I WAR RELIEF EXPENDITURES.;
l'Dey Samuel.Wyche Getzen ton and Mrs. E. L. Matthews, In the emergency. Now that the fog of uncertainty EFFoRTS THEIR QUOTAS
01 TO RAISING
Gainesville both to.,Mr.: 'EdWird both of Starke.. 'know where we are going and why every. man woman and Camp Blandlng.. w, ONCE DEVOTE FULL
and to A. J. Thomas,'clerk we do. TIMR. PLEASE REPORT ACTION
Funeral'services were held child can be counted upon and there Is work that an can IN SHORTEST POSSIBLE
been the Board, stated that he, had Wednesday afternoon at 2:30: o' The inarch to victory. may be rough and over a nigged road City Drug Painted TAKEN., WE MUST NOT AND SHALL NOT FAIL IN THIS

working on the proposition : clock In the Methodist Church hard blpi and sacrlflcex for all. But American store the Important
&lid would"be present,'and. asked and there will be The City Drug on CRISIS.
'of which he'was a member. Ser through If we swing
that Bradford senator faith and American courage will carry us corner of Call and Walnut
DAVIS.
County's H.
NORMAN
vices were conducted by the Rev. and el UI-. Industry and bit.
Ind to shoulder -soldier streets Is sprucing up a
representative be here 'also. along shoulder D. C.
The public Is'urged to be pre- 0,4 C.' Powell. j.nd Interment under was labor government and governed, free men and equal serving aJust M.. L. Kite Is painting the buildIng Washington
LaKe Cemetery
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ent. The In Crosby common enemy. with attractive cream paint
the
meeting will be In cause and fighting a
Jones.
C.
DeWitt
of
rarlll the direction fine front to "'-
a
of so as to present
a public at which Pickup
hearing Harry with the Rev. Harry pastor
bearers were
be an opportunity to be heard will Houston Active pall Hogan Smith. Hodson Home From Washington passing motorist as well as old- Mallory Thomas of the Gainesville Church of
Carnival
Another time residents.
granted to all residents of this ,
Drew. Carl Johns. N. D. Wam- Taken By Death Christ, officiating
wunty Lex Green and his his widow
upon the question'of Congressman Survivors Include
Smith. carnival
and Eldrldge has another
wright Jr., Starke
,
'aether unsanitary or unsafe Inhabited wife and children arrived In Christmas Lights Thomas 49, died late eight children Including five sons:
C. the Mallory I
dwelling accommodations Honorary pall bearers were which Intends to spend Starke last Friday. Although his at his home on : R. L., Cecil Resile M. C., and
exlet! In this county or If, there A. Knight. D. P. Carpenter A. O. entire winter here. W. R. Altken, family expect to remain In The business district of StarkeIs Sunday 'Avenue afternoon after an Ulnei 'Mallory Thomas, Jr., three daughters

Ia .. shortage of safe and sanitary Andreu E. K. Ferryman Dr. M. who has been for the last two Starke unless the war situation having Us gayest, most brilliantly Temple months. Mr. Thomas was : Mr OViedo Horn. Oletoa

dwellings available to persons of B. Herlong E. W. Hayes A. J. with the Johnnie J. Jones forces Congress to remain In session lighted Christmas season. ,' of two of Starke for the past ; and Odessa Thomas all of Starke:
Jaw Income Thomas L. A. Davis. J. L. Peek years Lex himself These In addition to the many 'a resident Thomas of
at rentals they can permanently member of tbe four brothers: George
K. O. Duncan, J. opened up Thursday of signs that have been 22 years was a
8ffard. H. V. Knight shows was called back to Washington new neon and Woodmen Lake City, Brady Thomas o fOcala.
Chas. A. Darby and the lot just vacated added by various business houses, Church of Christ I
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J. Canova last week on Sunday due to the. JapaneseAmerican World. At one time he and Ranee Thomas of High
look of the
13 Divorces One Day Pete Baggett. by the Star e Bowling Alley. crisis.Mrs. make Call Street of at blocks night lifted was a member of the Board of Springs; three sisters: Mrs. Min
He has the "octopus" ride the Green with just pride announced like a o o u pie Commissioners. nie Drown. Mrs. Essie Nettles.

,Judge A. Z. Adklns granted 13'jvorces Marriage Licenses "scramble" ride the "airplane" the fact that during\ her bodily Chitstmas from lights Broadway.were purchased The gay County The funeral was held Tuesday Mrs. Nora Shaw all of Lake Butler

Wednesday afternoon Mr. recent stay In Washington she at tha and Mrs. Cynthle Lankfordof
o'clock
attractions. four
other at
Mertle ride and the of afternoon
and land by City
Eaves strung
lone. In addition to those granted Clinton from Wood- assisted Mrs. Franklin D. Roosevelt up In Crosby Cemetery Ellington.I .
Is originally
Altken grave-ilde
the Dec.
of Starke
Thornton, both office. Starke.
rest of the week he an- In the Civilian Defense
N. Y,
"ounced gate,
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1 ;'.. The Bradford County Telegraph important In making meeting our called preparations for this it week.will be Russell Kay I SANTA CLAUS LETTERSBrooker I II SERVICES DIJUl"l'ORY: ; 0


,. !. IfetaMliilMMl 1877M.EM.BER. well to profit much possible from the -- .. -- -- PiR5'p
as as 7 I Ilev. A. .
i Fla. doll for Christmas. brother NE ,
'j a My ash
British experience as set forth in a recent TOO LATE ,
Dec. 6, 1941 JImmie wants a train. Church arhool SfeT.
,1 1 *FiARIAA PRGSS[ ASsoCIATION report -by Herbert Morrison, British minister TO CLASSIFY I Dear Santa: Your little friend, D.Morning: T. :
,; t 7:00
"\ NAnONAL9i'OlfMSQaAncN! of home security. His number one Speaking before the Florida I. I am a little girl of '5 years Evelyn Norwood. Icvening Wednesday: s'o0' P ,

piece of advice is warning against waitingtoo and I want you to bring me a WOhhlp g, at
I B. ... Matthews -?_?_..__._ Editor sod Ovtuar? a Press Association at Ocala recently Hampton Fla. O P.
..._ long, to prepare safeguards a g a i Ins t H. I. Mossbarger director: Doll and Rocking Chair, some Dec. 2, 1941 FIRST M.THOb':
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more toys, It doesn't make much B.... o.
Foundadone ,
of the Florida Research c.
SUBSCRIPTION HATS boombing attacks. Britain made that mis- Is I I am six years old. I am a UO N. Pswett Pale,
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interesting difference what the other toys c. ...
facts and ,
In uncovering : ear ,
,_ Nearly, $1.78 Sill Month. 91.99rnibUahed Church ,
j good little boy.
_.. take, with the result that there were many story of the work being. I also have a little sister she 1s 8und57 srhoo Wonhlp lOo:
Please bring me a bicycle for AA'
Weekly on Fridays:nd Entered aa Seoestd unnecessary casualties in the first. monthsof done In uncovering facts and information II one year old, she wants a rubber Christmas. Billy wants a train. People. 7:00: 11.Evenin :00 fir, YR

Chas Matter at the Pont Office at Stavka, Fla. Nazi air raids. regarding the rich, un- doll and she also wants a chairto. Your friend. Wednesday Worship' :Loo, _
Y known and hitherto untapped resources Well I don't know much to p,
s The "enthusiasm" of citizens to serveis of our state. write Santa, I am going to be a Junior Horne. ST. .ABK'S
We Are Now At War little girl and do the best II.... Fne IJP''COP'L'
na naII not'enough, Morrison warns. Months of He exhibited a plastic material, good Hampton Fla. .. N. C..... p....
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Thank To 1931 AppeasementThe laborious planning and training are required now In use made from Florida you can for my little sister.I Dec. 2, 1941 Church IJrhool 1'-.
nax also have a little cousin I Hunday 10'00 A. y
treacherous of peat or muck soil, explaining thata Dear Santa Claus Worship
yellow men Japan Sunday 11:00: A'k
before civilians are able to take care of want you to bring her something EyeOlna ?:sap
manufacturer of lawn sprinkles T have been Friday P. M.
a good boy this Even1n11
w have declared war on the United States. her is little Dorothea Pate. 70: P.
name Holy .
themselves and of each other in air at- metal Dan p
finding his supply of year. I want a hand car' and a to.oo A, ph
As might have been expected, they cut off, developed an even better Many thanks. target.-un. I love .you Dear -

struck before they warned, following the tacks.Here are some of the British recommendations substitute from plain old Florida Little Jackie Russ. Santa Claus. Please bring my II.FIRST.. Ca..PREBYTtJIUU. !

, Ignominious example of that master teacher muck. Brooker, Fla. little brother a wagon. WIt 1\1.....H. p...

I of treachery-Adolf Hitler. : Turning next to dasheena. Moss- Dec. 6, 1941 Your little friend, Church Shoot 10:08 C'-rp: .eL
I 1. Require civilians to stay off streetsin barger told of the research work Dear Santa Claus James Vernon Slade, Jr. Senior flunday worship 11'00\A.M II
This Far Eastern President CruMadu
which
trouble
I emergencies. Air raid shelters are not done in establishing beyond ques- I 6m a little boy and you know intermediate Youth sop p.I.\ .
: Roosevelt has long realized would be tion the feasibility of commercially what most boys want. I am 2 Hampton Fla. Evening Worehlp 7,00 Ito P.P.yST.
absolutely if people remain in Dec. 2, 1941
i our first actual break, was largely born of necessary growing this plant on soils years old and large to my age. I .

a i weak-kneed appeasement tactics employed their homes or in buildings where they of little value for other purposesfor want a fire truck and a truck Dear have Santa moved ClausI from Cross R... 1'F.DWARb'...,. J. M.r\TUOLI,
work. Needless exposure on the street cost the production of starch and full of candy and a trycicle. Guess City A...h.Trmpl. ... Put
I by this country and Great Britain in 1931. lives in from bomb tor use In the manufacture of an that will be all for this time aa I and do not want you to miss me.I Early Ma. 9:00 A. M, .
England splintersand
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many want a bicycle for Christmas !SeP.
At that time excellent cattle feed. .I.
Japan made its first there are so many other little 'I Sunday 'tilX', "
9:00
falling debris. please do not forget little : A :*
i I move toward the establishment of a "neworder" He told of the work already accomplished boys. and girls wants something sisters and brother. Your my little Week Day Maw I:MA. M.
2. Train people against panic. This by the United States too. -
in the Far East. It violated its friend, GOSPEL TIRE@Ylrla'
factor took a heavy toll in French cities Sugar Corporation at Clew1 ton in Love Mr. ... Mr
Ann Welch. J. T.
word the Nine-Power Itulalr'
i pledged under Treaty this direction and called attentionto Little Edwin Russ Sunday "aervlcV' "po
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Nazi air attacks. in office p :x.
Employes
i and stepped into Manchuria. Secretary of during the fact that the organizationhas Hampton, Fla. Friday Service tao P ':M.
Dear Santa Claus
I State Stimson buildings stampeded for exits and just decided to establish a Dec. 2, 1941
U.
Henry now S. Secretaryof I am a little girl In Hampton
I War made many were killed or injured. Panics are million dollar laboratory to fur- School. I want to Dear Santa Claus Farmers To Elect
an attempt to stop the Jap- ther research In that directionand you bring mea
D anese then and there, but the British refused often started by fifth columnists, and measures are experimenting with a bicycle and a ring and bracelet.I 'I am a good little girl. I wanta CommitteemenThe
want you to remember me and table and a doll and suit case,
should be taken to prevent them.
variety of starch producing
crops
to and
the United
cooperate States refused my friends too. Christmas Is almost and tea set for Christmas. meeting for the ,
I to take action by itself. 3. Pick trained personnel for civilian such as and cassava others., dasheen. sweet here and I will b e glad Your little friend, election of County Commit *

r Since then, Japan has violated practi- defense work. British cities at first de- potato when It comes. I will close with Peggy Hinson. in the Agricultural Conservi]
Now "Do. Re, Mi" may Bound
6ut cally every agreement in the book. Actions pended on willing, but incompetent, volunteers like musical terms to you but according love. Your friend Muriel. Hampton, Fla. room Program at the will be held In the J
courthouse
contrary to international law against the in auxiliary fire fighting squads, to Mosabarger's research Dec. 2, 1941 on Saturday morning, In Deer Sil:

'" persons and property of American citizens women's relief groups and utilities squads. arithmetic "Ramie" equals Dear Santa ClausI Dear Santa ClausI 13 at 10 o'clock. All those I
"Dough" for Ramie is a plant that am a little boy in Hampton want an electric train. Please
\ 'with
But them and complied the I
.} have been common for a good many years. experience proved inadequate can be grown abundantly in Flor- school. Remember my friends. I bring me some candy. I love you.I are eligible to programyear

Japan scrapped the naval limitations treaty the government had to reorganize home defense ida and it produces a fibre from want a rifle and a bicycle. am a good boy. It is expected that vote.a large ,

t with the United States and Britain at the units completely, using trained and which Industry can make any I will close, with loveGerald Frank. Brown. her of farmers will be prwei i
tt number of things-from neckties: Brown.
t earliest convenient moment. It forced an disciplined workers. to parachutes. Hampton. Fla. elect three Committeemen to]

undeclared war. on China through a seriesof These are a few pertinent suggestionsfrom The Florida Research Founda- Dear Santa ClausI. '. Dec. 2, 1941 minister All 4-H the Club program next yJ
boys have ]
British cousins who have .am a little girl In Hampton Dear Santa ClausI an
thinly veiled "incidents" that fooled no our already tion has assembled a n amazing School. I I portunlty to get enough pine fl
want doll
one. The expansion to the south into been through the ordeal upon which Ameri- amount of data on the subject and truck full of candy.a Get and Clayrea wanta am a good little girl. I have for one to five acres to MI]

French Indo-China ,was an act of pure aggression cans are just now embarking. Let us profit new assisted processing In the plant development that will of en-a doll. I want a dress and a pairof helped my mother and father this by their the father's Container farm, free 11II1]

in direct violation of agreementswith by their experience and let us cooperatein able the harvesting and manufacture socks.8 Get Muriel a doll. I year.Please bring me a doll that get the boys InterenteJ Corporattoij In

the United States and other powers. this all-important work by attending of the product for commer- am yean old. will talk and will walk and a estry. Any boys having a 1
cial use economically enough to Your friend Shirley Hall. bicycle. that
meetings of the Bradford County Defense acres are suitable for pll
jpor some reason Japan continued to Remember
friends in Your
i permit competition with the cheap my school. little friend. lug to pine trees and which]
Council and services in
interpret United States inaction as an indication volunteering our Gladys Hicks.
labor of the orient, the only thing Dear Santa Claus I May be devoted to this purpose ihl

of fear. Whether or not this is pure whatever capacity we are most proficient. that has held back Its commercial I am a little girl In Hampton Hampton Fla. notify County Agent L. T. a

bluff, only the Japanese can answer. If it production here. school I want you to bring me a Dec. 2. 1941 at once so that the trees nujl\

is, Japan had better make up its mind that Don't Get The Wrong Idea While the Foundation Itself doll and a doll carriage. I am Dear Santa Claus set during the holidays the]
of
the days of meaningless diplomatic gesturesare About The American Boy's HealthThe does not engage In actual research studying my lessons and I wanta I am a little girl seven years December.
it little
work acts aa a clearing bicycle. Christmas Is almost old. I
get lessons
over. President Roosevelt and Secre- percentage of army selectees re- house In assembling all possible here. I want you to bring my mother my and my father and too.help I Mission Hall

tary of State Cordell!: Hull have stood firm jected for physical reasons has been the data on what has been and la being my little friends something too.I want you to bring me a housecoat And Tabernacle

in their'recent' .de1Wm1.tJ. ;t.* ,!part'-.'.eauae..of con iderab1e, >>yrmjasome circles done along this line and want you to remember me and for Christmas.
makes this- information .Available write to me-Your little
friend.
aggre&Ive -plan-withdraw' from China,' Commentators have compared this percentage to such.Interests a* are in a position Gladys Bell Glover. Your pttje ',frtend, yam, ?, Friday night there Tibtrr'"" especial |'

I, >gull''out 'oFfts allf' 'e'with )Hitler and Mussolini with that prevailing in World WarI to enter.that field of commercial Shirley'Dennlaon.Dear the'treat at 'the'
when Rev. EmIl Gruei
Dear Santa Claus0( tI (
II I ', anq behave /in its trade relations and have drawn the' conclusion.that the ducts. production' of such pro- am a little boy In Hampton Santa Claus: Christian Jew aid charge oC|

( throughout'the Far:East. The only alternative health of American youth has gone down According to Mossbarger, we School. I want a guitar. I am a little boy S years old. service. Special music, inch
I
have tried to be nice
is war. hill during the intervening twenty-odd have not even scratched the surface -' Edwin Sidney Tries a little saxophone, violin organ
t boy. So won't you please bring piano, and good singing w|
r For: more than, two years the United and the possibilities for agricultural Dear Santa ClausI me a nice big wagon to haul a feature of the meeting. I

I Ir> States people have. been'ready for a show- years.Here is a case where statistical com ment opened and Industrial the develop am a little girl In Hampton wood in, That la all I ask as Thanksgiving service, In whlclj
limited
by
r up school. I would like for to there are so many little boys and took active part [
you present an
down with Japan. Yet this country con-, parisons alone provide a false picture of facts already disclosed are amaz-
bring Clayre a dress for her. girls. enjoyed and baskets were
I tined' to send the Japanese petroleum products actual conditions. For the draft of World ing, offering opportunities not And bring Shirley a dress too.I Your little boy friend. tributed to a number of

scrap iron and other"1 vital v war 'materials ... War, I and the Selective Service Act of 1941 alone the small to the farmer large as operator well if he but.to will would like a doll baby and a "I.,.. Langford Hick" aged and needy. Plans are t

until recent months. were based on very different principles.In but acquaint himself with Infor- rain coat. Hampton, Fla. made for the Christmas pro

Now that'Japan has'chosen to fight 1917, when the draft law was pass mation now available and use his baby And too bring, and my sister'a doll Dear Santa Claus: and special speakers' will
my Daddy a neck brought here In the near futif
rather than to accept our terms for peace, ed, we were at war. The Allies, faced .with i soil to the best advantage. tie and mother a dress. I am a little girl 7 years old. I

the ,"Imperial l Empire" has signed its own defeat, were pleading for men. We were Mossbarger deplored the fact Love Betty Young. am In the second grade and have Lawtey Methodist
that Florida livestock and poultrymen studied hard In school.
I would
death warrant as a major'Pacific power. faced with the necessity of building a Dear Santa ClausI
now Import most of their like to have a doll and tricyclefor Services for December 14:
But it won't be an easy job. The Japanese gigantic conscript army in a very brief periodof feeds. when everything they need am 10 years old In the fourth Christmas and please rememb Church School 10 A. M.

fleet is large enough and powerful enoughto time. Only men who were obviously unfit can be easily grown and a far grade and I want a bicycle for e r my teacher Miss Ophelia Morning Worship 11 A. H.
superior feed developed right here Christmas. I got 0 school at Bryan. I think she deserves some Sermon Subject: "Why I
cause considerable trouble to the Almost who
United were rejected. any man In the state. If. would Hampton. Be good to all
we but my thing too. My J it tie school mates have In The Christian RellJ
States before peace can be restored.A could do work of any kind was accepted and Just make the effort we could friends. all think she la very nice. Youth Fellowship meetings

strong hand in the beginning might given a uniform. produce milk eggu and beef Your friend, Your little girlfriend. P. M.
cheaper here than anywhere else Cyril L. PIckren. Gladys Mae Hicks, Worship 7:30: o'cl
easily have kept the Far East free from Compare that with the present day. in the Evening '
country and give the nation has recently
war. Now the world is reaping the bloody We were not at war when the Selective "Florida steaks"" equal to the Dear Dec. 2. mi Hampton Fla. chased The .new Church hymnals for t1

rewards of appeasement, from one end to Service Act was passed. The Army had an belt the west ever produced at I am Santa 9 Claus old 'BrookeFla.: the Church School and the
years and In the
the other.It less cost and our growers could Dec., 4, .1941 and song se
abundance of time to build its forces. Army Fourth grade. I have been going Ing Worship

[ is hoped that the United States has policy, as reflected in the Act, has been to still These make are a bigger Just a profit.few 6t the I.' to school four months and I have Dear Santa ClausI There will be a long at the seabout *

learned its lesson. Appeasement will not create an army which, from the physical highlights from Mossbarger's talk, not bring missed me a a day doll In for school.Christmas.Please the am fourth going grade.to school.I am having I am In a fling of 30 the minutes evening servico

work with mad dogs, desperadoes or dic standpoint will be finer than anything ever but they gave the Florida pub Please remember my other little good time. I was sick 11 days. I subject for the evening mes
lishers something to think about of
tators. imagined. The physical and mental capacities and It the newspapers civic lead- friends. am back In school now. will be: "The Value

of men trained for mechanized, 'highly- ers and business men of the state Your little friend. Santa Christmas is coming soon. Dear Things. Service every W
please send me a bicycle Prayer
Civilian Defense BecomesA involved modern warfare must'Jbe far higher will get behind the Foundation Blanche Durham. banjo and a long stocking full of day at 7:30: P. M.A .

Matter Of Life And Death than were needed for the mass land warfare ass won't:support be' the "W rk It is doingt Dear Santa ClausI candy oranges, apples and other cordial welcome to all

Now,. that. war. is actually here the of World War' I. In short, this time find ourselves many with years new until Industries we grade am of a little girl In the fourth, toys. I have a brother to. He vices.
Hampton said to
school. I am ask you If could bring
apathy of'the. general public toward the the Army, has taken. .only, the cream of the that will give employment to nine years old. Will you please him a tricycle for you Christmas He Lawtey BaptistIn

matter of civilian defense will undoubtedly crop, where before it took all the crop. .thousands.... and Increase our wealth bring me a bicycle and a piano wants a long stocking full of

be, shatt rand, every man, woman and There is still another important factor DY You millions.often hear the remarkThere's for Christmas. 'candy and a 11 kinds of other observance of Unl'

child,:' will 'begin to think seriously about involved. Diagnostic technique and facilities a lot of waste land InFlorlda"but Lots, of Grace love Dickinson. I my things.brother I am is 5 9 and years I am old, wishing and gram Bible Sunday.will be the observedLawtey to"0*"og It

.. the manner in which our country can best have been immensely improved since in truth there ian't. Dear Santa you a happy New Year and a Baptist Church:

be protected in its hour of danger. World War I-thanks to the medical pro- Planted to dasheens. low wet I, Claus Merry Christmas to you. Sunday School S45; )l.
area can produce tons of starch. want you to bring me a pair 11 A'congregation J(
As long as there was no imminent fession. The doctor of today discovers Other soils can grow ramie others of boots and a pair of riding( With love lahmael Morning Worship Is ">v'tef"very '

danger, it was p r a c tidally impossible to physical defects that the doctor of 1917 cassava and sweet potatoes. anta. And I want you to bringme Hayes.City old Bibles

arouse the public, in spite of Defense organizations could never find. That in itself accountsfor called So try"waste"to visualize these so- to bring some candy and I want you I II I Hall Perks UpA lished in foreign language
lands In terms of my little friends something .
dlsplsy.Also '
in every county and city and a considerable percentage of the rejec- millions of suits of clothes neckties : too. I am going to work will be placed morning on emce

repeated warnings that we should prepare tions. tablecloths, parachutes flahI hard and do my school work so number o f Improvements at the afternoon the B

ourselves while there was yet time. But The truth is that American t 'youth was I nets, tons of the finest beef mil- I will pasa. And I wish you a during have been the made last few at the weeks City which Hall ford through County the Singing Con
Ions of mineralized merry Xmas too. You
poultry will
now that the crisis is here, citizens of Bradford never healthier. And American doctors can and milk plastic articles like eggs ashtrays I to bring so many Christmas have toys add greatly Co the appearance, will be heard In will'a be decd

and every other county in the state be given credit for this condition. The fact auto parts, airplane parts, 'that you will have to buy a lot. convenience and utility of the gram. Dinner

and, nation, will rise to the task and each that only the finest specimens are now dishes and the like and perhaps Your friend place.Starke. A Fla.large" sign -"City Hall the BYPU grounds.at 6:30: P. M., end

will do his part. The local Defense Council taken for service is for then- you will begin to get the Earl McGruder. -ha. been paintedand Evangelistic SeI'l'Icf
army a reason confidence vision of what lies ahead If we erected for the convenienceof popular "
has already snapped into action, with an in the Army, not alarm. are just smart enough and ener- Dear Santa Claus strangers. 7:30: P. M.\ The public

getic enough to take advantageof I live at Theressa. I hope you Partitions have been built In dlally Invited.
I I.t the I can come to see me on Christmas the hall thereby making an office '
Deeds Filed' Richard widow and R. T. Richard Nov. 25.Mary God-given opportunities Job
night. I where The
that are ours. am In the fourth water and light bills may Back On
.t J. C. Hoover and Etta Hoover to Blanding Center, Inc., Jane English, a widow, to grade. I am nine years old. I be paid. Designating signs have who
t Nov. 24;'' Roger D. Wells, single, C. C. Laatlnger of Eagle Lake, New Man want a bicycle for Christmas anda been placed conveniently "Carl Miss Pauline Con"'ay.
At
hU wife to Annie Belt'sCalvin brotber>
Margaret Mix-
i and Rurlc A. Wells and Margaret Nov. 23; Paul R. Cady and wife cowboy suit. Johns City Clerk," has been merly assisted her bare p

on, Nov. 21; HUdabelle Bence, Wells his wife of Duval County, Ivy Cady. of Hartford Conn., to Cline of Louisville Ky., Be good to my friends. placed on the door to his private Conway. In the Union' bees at
I widow to C. G. Manire and wife, Beverly E. Cady of Clay County; who was formerly for two Your friend, office while an appropriate sign office but who has I
Freda Rena Manlre, Nov. 24 to the State of Florida. Nov. 24; years has JacksonvUleifour
; been
E. R.
Bowers and Marie Bowers associated with :Mr. Belt in his James Collins. placed showing every- home In
\ Julia Johns and husband S. R. Fannie Crews and wife Vivian his wife, to Claude P. Genus, Dec. Ice cream business at Marlon one where to pay water and light months, ha I reW .15the'
i Johns, to N. W. Mansell. Nov. 25; Crews to T. H. Sheppard Nov. 3; W. Frank Johnson to Alma Ky., arrived in Starke two weeks Hampton. Fla. bills The water and light office Starke and will again S5

J. H. Saxon and wife, Ellen Saxon 24; T. Frank Landrum, as special Johnson Dec. S; Zenous Williams ago, and U employed at Belt's Ice Dear Dec. 2. 1941 now has fluorescent lighting. Ben bus station through Fehr

!, to the First Christian. Church, master In chancery, to Federal and his wife. Bernice Crosby WIl- cream place on South Walnut SantaI Hall, contractor made the Improvements days and P robaY until II
; of Hampton, Nov. 26; Zoo A. Land Bank of Columbia, S. C.. llama, to L. V. Waters, Dec. 8. street. am six years old. I am a at a cost of approxi- 1. She recently spent {eve
good little h08pllaLI
r, girl. Please bring me mately $10O. in a Jacksonville



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-EDITORIAL: STAFF His Last Season On The ProblemOf Budding Half BackLaunchln Informal Dance I On Guard We Wonder Why?
EditorInChIefMarjorie
Thompson CoiffuresOur Enjoyed By Class I The members of the football

Social Reporters e team, don receive sweaters with
Silcox Margie Mathews problem this week Is hair. Friday night, December 5, the their letters?
GefIIdlne Dorothy Clr en 1 t, guess It Is not only a problemthis fifth period Home EC., class entertained
All the students won't buy Annuals
,
Special Features week but every day. Some with a delightful dance oak ?
Ovid Futch, Joe critics say that we should not The girls of the claws asked the' r 1"' ,
Eno Hayes, i4Iet..d r B. H. S. doesn't observe more
Lander wear sophisticated hair-dos to boys and the boys asked the holidays?

Junior Reporters 1 r I school:i however most people pre- gills The swing records belongedto Everyone has become so studious
Davis. Nina Bishop, Ednagsclety fer the "flowing mane" type I George Flynn while J. K. Den ?
ld&1ou believe. This fashion Is growingmore mark furnished the phonograph.In .
Edwards We never have a fire di ill while
______- Patsy Roberta JII popular every day. Someof the latter course of the evenIng pt It's l'alnlng1The
New ______ Mae ParkerNp' the most popular hair styles Coca-Colas, mints and cookies ;, ;1-r: Juniors haven't presentedtheir

CI&5I Sports _____ Buddy Davis are-the George Washington "beau were served.! Miss Sparkmanand class play?

!l- __--______ DoulllUl Hazen II knot" Inspired by powdered periwigs Miss Peterson were the chap- There was BO much confusion,
Jok
the DuBarry pompadour, eronea. The room was quite
special Features In the halls last Thursday?
foil for "modern noticeable after Freeman Register
design" pageboy ,
Lander
Hayes, Joe Shirley Morgap is'always humming
Enos
"country cousin" pigtails and the and J. E. Denmark had decoratedIt "
Junior ReportersDavla. a the "Louisiana Lull-a-bye
basic t flowing In purple and gold, the school
mane.
Nina Bishop Shir- Joe; Douglas Ovid, and David
lye l Oolley. Marjorie Grider Edna Certainly sometime during a: colors., went to the office Thursday

1t1 Martha Markey. Eva girl's life she can Imagine having The event also being Betty morning

Idll"&rd Galney blende or black long wavy hair. Jean Wade's birthday the mem i ; Vrlma Norman cranes her neck

Girl's SporU Of course, Nature doesn't pro- bers of the class presented her ever}* time an airplane zooms?

Opal. Peele vide all of us with naturally- with a bottle of perfume. Dot and Geraldine decided to

s curly hair; therefore most of us Those who attended were ,: come to school for a change?
have to go to the nearest beauty Eloise Gardner and Walter
King, The planter doesn't finish fallIng -
[Editorial shop and have our curls put In. 'ILl Betty Jean Wade and Judy Me- and relieve this terrible sus,
Our hair-do should b e easily Lorene Moncrief and
Rae George pense.
'THE' SCHOOL SHOULD SHOW .Joe Allen Lander, guard whose managed so that we won't haveto and Comer Perryman has completed
Flynn. Margaret Stilngfellow Some seniors think graduationIs
I PATRIOTISM stood be with it all the time. his football career another season of efficient functioning
MORE playing out especially In fussing Freeman Register'Verlena' Phil a far off mirage that will disappear !
I When things are going well the Bolles game has written finisto Don't you hate to see girls comb- this season at half back, Coolidge lips and Enos Hayes Alice June aalard and has one before they reach It?
land at least a peaceful attitude his career on the Tornado Ing hair Into their soup and onto Qassett has four more years to Harding and Joe Lander Freddie mora year to give to B. H. S.He's ,

Ijiliown, we take things easy and squad. He graduates this-spring. their clothes everytime you lookat go; shows prospect of developing Wimberly and J. E. Denmark, a Junior and his consistent munlty house, so' the school kids

Ijo not give toe much thought to I them? When you and Bill or Into a very valuable man for B. Hazel Packham and Jimmie Griffin game stood out during the season would have some place to go.

patriotism, but at such a time as Senior Biographies Joe or what ever his name Is go H. S.Seventh. Evelyn Hall and Buck McMil] Just
lie present is Introducing we I out to dine and you find that you lan Ralph Nettles, and Frank Tornadoes play football.

lihould rely more upon God and i VKLMA NORMAN MUST comb your hair, excuse Grade News Oliver. I NewsThe George Flyno .Ilulld a large
like things upon which our country yourself and hurry. Don't be gone dance hall for students only, and
Velma Florell Norman, a Bradford Plans are underway to have
was founded all day or night. How would you '-L I senior class had Its weekly engage Artie Shaw for "Spring
County native. Is our next these dances more often so long
I Sunday I heard an Interesting like to sit at a table alone waiting We are getting the Christmas clans meeting Monday morning, Frolics"
senior who Is enjoying her last us they don't Interfere with other
comment In the sermon of Rev- for him to comb his hair in spirit early and have already December 8. Names were drawn Sara Barefoot Construct a
school days at B. H. S. and who social activities. *
trend Ralph W. Sockman who Is a second then take two weeks? started decorating our room. It and by unanimous decision, two Urge steam-heated swimming pool
heard over WJAX every Sunday has completed her b log r aphy. But be sure to brush all the loose Is a gradual process, and we will boys, were elected (despite their back of the school house
looming at ten o'clock. Other na- Since November 5, 1925, was her dandruff and hair off your shoul keep adding to the decorations 2nd Grade Stories protests) to secure a short leaf Hilda Halklnl-Falnt '

lilons bave had revolutions,tbut birthday. It characterizes the symbol ders.No one likes to see that from now until the Christmas pine or cedar Christmas tiee. Jacq. Andrews-Fix the road

they have 'not been so fortunate *of CideMty. ,', stuff' floatlnlr'aro nd. Holidays. Mrs Rite, teacher The tradition U. that membersof to Camp Rlandlng. .

|u our nation because they have :I Velma like the rest of the seniors Have you ever noticed a boy Herbert Metcalf s may spend Beryl Jean St.1* Peter .went to '' the senior flan a' always give Frank Olivers-Pull: some -political

got terminated In a great de- wishes to state her likes peeking in a window (if a mirror Christmas In Connecticut with his Illinois for a two week's vacation. very peculiar presents to each strings, and raise my salary.

mocracy. Following the AmertIcan and dislikes In her biography. Is not available) while trying On the train going she saw the other. They decided not to spend Louie Lee Walnwrlght: Buildan

Revolution, the Constitution Her likes are brown eyes, out to put that certain little grandparents.Gay Driskell, reporter, snow! falling. But It lasted just over fifty cents for a gift. The ultra-modern gym for school:

Iwu written and Washington was door sports, especially football. wave In his ha I r ? I have! Of one day. She didn't get to makea two home rooms 12 Stump and use only.
President. Through the Sunday School swing (not Jazz) snow man. She brought her 12 Fernandez
made course they think no one Is look will be together
yean this government has preened music, reading and outdoor par : ing.! Maybe that Is the way we Did You Know That cousin Sally back with her, and that morning In Miss Fernandes's Be To TreatBronchitis

because it was founded by ties and these are very char are sometime so let's be careful she Is visiting our room. room where distribution will take Quick
religious people. acteristic of her, but she says with our hair. If you comb It There Is Just two more weeks We are trying to be good, place.

I Now It seems that democracy that her cherished likes are her every morning noon and night before Christmas vacation? happy and kind to each other before

may fall in the near future but pets-three beautiful goldfish anda with plenty of brushing at home. The fifth period Home Economics Christmas. Inquiring

II think that there are enough cat. These two do not mix It will do nearly what you wantIt class bad quite a Jolly jamboree Reporter

young people in America to pre- very well and sometimes the cat to without all the "In between" Friday night? Fourth Grade NewsOn Question .What Is. the first your Chronic couch bronchitis,chest cold may,or acute develop bronchitis If-

IIrve It when It Is their time and even endangers the lives of the combing. Carrie Bell was extremely thing you would do If elected .ls not treated and you cannot
privilege to act If they will put goldfish but they appeal to her happy Monday morning? our visit to Arabia we mayor of Starke? afford less to take a chance with any medicine -
Inclining Into the Lord's because of the extremely different and learned that the Arabs eat dates, potent than Creomulsion
Prayer How Certain Seniors Freeman has a spotlight a Answers: which goes right to the seat of the
ind Flag Salute when they SAY kind of lives they live. Velma'8dislikes half 1Shirley so last Friday we had an Arab Mnrgle Mathews---HulM a new trouble to help loosen and expel gem
I(mot REPEAT) It each morning are opera ting rooms Spent The WeekEndHistory Morgan Is a good cook ? party. We rolled our dates In school bouse. laden phlegm and aid nature to

in school and other. places. dogs, being sick, spinach grave- Arline Dew has a beautiful powdered sugar and ate them soothe and heal raw tender.Inflamed
yards at night and Hitler. She Is In the making and with pecans. John Williams Enos HHyea-Clear up gasoline bronchial mucous membranes.
green sweater? Oreomulsioix blends beechwood
[Eighth Grade NewsI expresses her opinion of the Swastika there Is a crisis more critical now The new song hit is "The White brought the dates and Jack Merchant alley. creosote special process with other K
leader by 'saying that she than at any' other time In the Cliffs of Dover'l? the nuts. Shirley Morgan---Develop recreation time tested medicines for coughs.

I admires his ability of leadership, United States. As we, the students Ells. .. We havg Just completed four facilities for plvlajis The It contains no narcotics.
Dot, Jerry sad were very No matt a how tri i-m dlclB4a.
I We,surely! hat e to, aie.th _fpo.t- but the' way he Is using this .of ,B.' H.yS., are living in disappointed Sunday, posters on Agab life, ;,; 1... service, men. "have J *yYughenthtaihment f1] ,you hare.trlecX.tell you druggist to
-la horribly he thenlstle.Sbe this time we notice each other'sactions Our Christmas tree is and if 11 bottle of
I hall season dome to "a close,:'but, power Walter King advises that everyone up you a Orsomulsion with;
pretty soon' we'Jl' be having basketball ( Is true blue, and no propaganda and words more than see the show called, "Hold decorated, and we are enjoying It. Velma Norman:'Resign. immediately the understanding you most like the
it quickly
usual. Therefore I thought It way cough permitting
experts have the right to Mrs. Hart teacher. seep
games. Guess we were all That Ghost"? rest and or jrou arc to
happy to receive our report cards.I quote her on the first part of her would be appropriate to inquire Joe Allen has a new heartthrob Patsy Roberts- -Build a com- have your money back. Adv.)

I suppose we all had a fine statement Although they are per- what each senior did during this ? Yes she Is A. J, H. First Grade NewsA ... p?_ u ,_ .. .... ....._ _ _
Thanksgiving., But most of us fectly free to do so on the last week-end. Here are several ans December 7, 1941 will go downIn .

lieem to be glad to get back to part.) wers.Leonard history? Trip To The Toy Store
lichool. Most of us remember some Smith Delivered Some of the senior girls are Last Wednesday we went to HAVE YOUR SHOES MADE LIKE

I Hazel Fields reporter. moment In our lives when we Christmas greeting cards to the keeping a diary and recordingtheir visit Toyland In the B & 10 cent NEW ,;

wished we could have been quite soldiers at Camp to use In send reactions as to the develop- store. Mrs. Jvrtmson and Mrs. ,
I wI dead. Velma's happened when ing messages home to their parents ments of this war? Wiggins came In their cars and Shoe Repairing, Dyeing and Shining

We had a nice time on o u r she was wheeled Into an operating The fourth period class of helped take' UH down. Done At A Moderate Cost

Thanksgiving vacation. We were room to have her appendix Paul Rogers Went to Lake Civics had a kind of class which Everyone In our room had

lout of school from Wednesday 'til removed. City to visit his parents althoughhe has never been held before on some money to buy a toy. We Ln
Monday morning. Her favorite movie actor Is usually works at the American Monday? had a hard time deciding what to .\ specialty. Guaranteed .
I Some of us were glad to get Theatre at Camp. Some very definite works of art
Jimmie Stewart and her favorite buy.As
back to school, but some, of us the last was made TilE ELECTRIC SHOE SHOP
Her were put on the boards In several purchase
Made
Is Lamarr. a
actress Hedy Marjorie Thompson !
Under New !
were not. Priest and Manags'mentA'ROYY !
Mr. tJ
favorite color is blue and she collection of the latest news de rooms Monday portraying the gave us candy
I
Everyone is beginning td think says of the three of the nation's velopments.Cleo countenances of Japan's. leader balloons. FROM "'.\RK TIIRATKK

about midterm exams. and few about Hitler? M. Middleton .. .... .
colors blue to her because mainly a -- - ---- -
I We s means more : Norman Wore the nations -
can hardly wait 'til Christ
inas.I of Its book of purity. I colors to school Monday In

What would happen If: Some day Velma wishes to order to try to cheer up every

Bernice didn't get a doll for have the privilege of walking up one who was feeling low.
Christmas? and shaking the hand of the Clifton Hayes Signed up fora

I VV'ilia Jean forgot her chewing president of the United States job In the Camp' Hospital after
gum? and the Duchess of Windsor.Her he finishes high school next

I Elbert Earl couldn't talk? ever present motto is: "It spring
I Evelyn Newsome reporter. Is just as cheap to smile as It Is Margie Mathews Stationed ..I
to frown." herself near the radio In orderto
I 8-A hear the latest news. !/
Velma's desire Is to make a
I We are all getting ready for Doris Dyal Attended the
her
long trip which will take
OUr exams, but we hope that they United church services a t Pine Level
around the border of the
will be easy. Sunday and came home with a
States and down Into Mexico and
I I am certain that the whole very definite Impression left on .
class up Into Canada. After finishing I
Is glad that are going
we
school her ambition Is to be
high her.Carrie
|'to have two weeks vacation. Belle Bennett Enjoy,
stenographer for some Important
a good
I The clans Is buying those small ed the company of one of Uncle
'tuberculosis! dangles for which we business man. Sam's boys.
nay wish Here Is all the luck In the Took over
pay any amount we Shirley Morgan
tom one cent up., This may world from the entire senior the Immense Job in her household

prevent or cure many cases. class who will always remember of cooking and nursing.

I Dorothy Mott, reporter. your pet names, '"Blond Ie" and Claudia Belle Brown Resolved

"Green Eyes." to become a Red Cross nurse. :

Ninth Grade News MARJORIE THOMPSON /
that life Is still going on and that I ;
Although a lot of things have
I '9-P I have a part In it. I either feel ;
already been written about me,
who ,
the
We have two new, pupils this there are still some which I can peaceful towards person
|*e k-Betty Hazel Green from tell. blrthdate is November has Injured me, or lower my feel-

iJw>as8e< ;>and Julianne Thomas 12 1926.My One of desires lal I Ing of felicity to such a level that
my to others
Palatka. I am able to speak
Welcome to our
who has a birth
to find someone
'Chool! without smiling secretly to myself
I All day on the twelfth of Novembereven -according to the reason for
are endap
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busy beginning to It not be in 1t
though may
J the first half year's work. which I am swinging.
"any Of us are glad that examsare 1926. Since the other seniors are tell-
| the last week before Christ One of the most surprising ing their favorite colors, I shall

ltal This doesn't give our teaching things which I hear about myselfIs do so also. My favorite is pink; .
time that I am conceited and proud. blue and wine follow closely. My
recIhlr -
enough, to get our
Sometimes people really say that favorite subject Is English; If I
ready for cards
our
Wore ChrL tmas. report I am "stuck up." but I think that have a subject which I disliked -atita

Some of us feel that Santa they do not know me very well It would be mathematics, but J a .
r" us win for I am very modest and havean such a state does not exist. Con-
be much kinder to us I kh k,
|II nee our reports won't get In be- inferiority complex. trary to most people's opinions, I "r ?
\t Ore his visit on Dec. 24th. Probably my main dislike (and like school very much because of Yfi'G4Xi ) .,v. ri.

So long until next week. I think everyone has at least one) the various opportunities which it .. rw+r

Lyle Anderson, reporter. Is a loud-talker. Loud talkingnot affords.I .
only gets on my nerves but have always liked to teach

|Fifth it makes me feel bad for the per others but lately my desire to Via, '. "
Grade Newswelcome "
son who la so discourteous an write poetry has conquered even :

to commit the act when It is the love of writing short stories '

We I5-B Mixon and totally unnecessary for my own personal benefit. 5
( Roy feel Some day I hope to heal some of
elYI1 Harris to our room. When I am very happyor .
Janet Anderson brought two very bad about something. I hurry the hurts of the world with what ,;, : ; <, .
I writ If I am so privileged. If
w books to home and get In the porch swing
use In OUr Ubr&.ry
does not come, I
I dare this opportunity
know we will enjoy them. and awing as high as ,there Is always BOTTLED UNDEm AUTHORITY Of THI COCA-COLA COMPANY BY
that
We how high I am sure
I forget
are studying a new group (sometimes CO.
and STARKE COCA-COLA BOTTLING
I atatethe Western states. am swinging). In this way I room to teach children grownups

Patsy Dew' reporter bring myself back to the reality the better way of living.

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1 FRIDAY,
DE'J.\mER::
+ k PAGE FOUR Tim BRADFORD COUNTY TRLEORAPn. STARKE, FLORIDA I I2. 1&4

tiered, iced I In white and pink, on I him Sounds funny, but wasn'tto cember 26, an' another "
Usa
Surprise Party Marcus Caused him to be fair on the 27th w
I'ltl' j'il SOCIETY and CLUBS Honoring Mrs.\ AldermanMrs. I which burned 69 tiny candles. out of the office all day Monday item: Armory floor's jAtlbe!

I Tall pink candles balanced the ( an' although/ he was,back on done over an' coul'te ,
t J L. A. Canova and Mrs.E. i central arrangement. The hostesses : : the Job Tuesday, he was still right It Hear the JWB'painted s
R Driggers-Cooper Delightful ProgramOf I U. D. C. EntertainedAt R. Marshburn were Joint hostesses served spiced tea, cake and sorementally an' physically put in bleachers *OWl
Grandslar
1 Marriage Announced Christmas Music Home of Mrs. PerrymanThe Friday afternoon when they In pink home-made candles. slttln' for the basketball fans
a lovely surprise party
gave aq
At Woman's ClubAt Present at this happy affair tiet-arqualntMl party at the Y the non-dancers, too
j honor of their mother Mrs. G.
+, ) Cleveland Alloy Drlggers of W. T. Weeks Chapter U.
1 Mrs. E. night Highlightwas
reached were: Mrs J. W. White Wednesday,
Lake Butler and Starke and Miss D. C., met Wednesday afternoon, W. Alderman who had
the Woman's Club Wednesday Brownlee of musical chairs: Christmas.
Mrs. S. E. game Spirit
Canova,
birth- E. : .
the rlxty-nlnth milestone of Gaily lip,
December 3, at the home of Judge
; Amelia Cooper, formerly of Louisville -
iR Mrs. M. H. L. with Esther SimpsonbattUn' streets of '
el. afternoon Ellery Mrs. J. M Brownlee, Mrs. windln'' up Starke O
: Ky., were married In Lake and Mrs. E. K. Perryman, the day anniversaries. .M' t
tJ M Davis, chairman of music, presented Brownlee, Mrs. J. E. Futch Mrs. against terrific odds with the city's utility men 'ft
The living and dining rooms who
w f i Butler on Sunday November 8, a beautiful program otChl'lstmaa joint hostesses being Mrs. Perry decorated with an attractive E. S. Matthews, Mrs. J. H. Lord, 13: soldiers> The latter fin- Job Beautiful lighted
at 8:30: p. m. The ceremony was music which was man and Miss Madge Mlddleton. were B. Va. Sewell, Freddie the tr
Mrs D. E. Knight, Mrs. A. ally wlnnin' on Woman's Club
of lawn
States and Confederate arrangement chrysanthemums
United ,
;, performed by the Rev. J. M. Mck. -
greatly enjoyed by those fortun- Alexander an' Evelyn Hallholdin' Hear the
Mrs. W B. ( / Wimberly Junior
sweet Lightfoot, Women
tlthonla, and a bowl of
Leod of High Springs In the Lake flags and a bowl of large yellow will ,
ate enough to be present. Mrs. S. A. Weldon Mrs. RawsonJ. their own in a quiz contest carol slngln' Christmas
Butler Methodist Church. chrysanthemums formed the dec- violets. Most of the companyhad Eve
The Woman's Chorus, under the Misses Olive and Amelia with three Let Fran Peek "
e orations In the room where the gathered In the front room Davis, khakl-lads..1 know j if You'like
r Mr. DrIggers Is employed In direction of Mrs. L. A, Canova, guests were seated. when the guest of honor arrived, Ray and from Lake Butler there But( losln' to the men In the a visit Keep hear
Starke,5Mils by the Torode ChevroletCo. sang: Lo, How a Rose, O Holy Mrs. George W. Roberts presided and greatly to her surprise she were Mrs. W. H. Lee, Mrs. Ai.-Ci I finals Evenln windln' up with' Stories of ambitious people tha

L !* Vr Night, and When the Crimson and during the business was greeted with "Happy Birth- Strickland, Mrs. A. D. Zacharias informal dancing but' many sol- put me quite to shame 111
r l Sun. The Chimes musical H. Scarborough. an standln' the sidelines, tics Carpenter
J. on
a session/ the budget for the year day to You!" and Mrs. dietS( an' R<* Jaco
Gertrude Hatch reading, was impressively given lookln' on with wishful eyes .. among the early birds
? made and tuberculosisbond
+ nl was a $5 Mrs. Rawson J. Davis, accompanied who II|
by Miss Lucile Mitchell, and her Haritos-Williamson Not enuff girls to go around ; I ready have their Xmas
Weds Set. Lackey was bought. by Mrs. Canova, sweetly gifts
1 reading was interspersed with the Let's get goln and turn out for lected, wrapped an' tied-
,1'i Tbe'prealdent appointed the sang the following group of songs: Marriage AnnouncedOn !
'i :On Tuesday evening ,:December ; Christinas 'songs: 0, LIttle'Town following c o'm m ittees for the Mother/, Wild Irish Rose, Prayer H these events, and help build up Certainly envy 'em but thlllli
j 4 n "2, MU4 Gertrude Hatch became o(. Bethlehem Joy to the World, year: Publicity, Miss Amelia Ray Perfect and Mother Machree. In 'October 15,'at the Pre.ty.1 that so Important morale In boys far as I get/. ,

ti : the.,bride of Sgt. Edward and Silent Night Mrs. E. L. Matthews; Cemetery a melody recognition contest, the terian Church in St. Augustine, i about to become men-of-war .

Lackey.: .The ceremony took placeat Misses Alice Fernandez Evelyn Mrs. L. G. Powell, Mrs 3. M. hostess played the first verse of with Its pastor officiating, Miss Don't forget the Civilian
Lake Butler County Judge J. Stump; Fay Yarborough, and Brownlee, Mrs. E. S. Matthews; ten old songs, and in this contest Della Williamson became the. Daucln' schedule flllin' up fense meetin' .this afternoon
a' q' R. Townsend officiating Margie Mathews, sang Still Courtesy Miss Olive Ray, Mrs. the songs were named correctly bride of Lt. Arthur Haritos. Mrs USO affair at Armory Sattlday day) at 3 o'clock In the (Fri!
h' n 'Mr' Lackey Is from Branford, Grows the Evening, No Candle Hal Edwards, Mrs., L. F. Chap- by Mrs A E. Llghtfoot, Miss Haritos is originally from old night Gregory an' his Entertainers house '. Come on out,court
'V g, but has been a n employe at I was There and No Fire, and Jesu man; Finance, Mrs. E. K. Perry- Olive Ray, and Mrs. J. E. Futch. Mexico, but has spent the past furnlshln' the. music .. . Let's show >m Joan of gal
uh +4 Koch's Drug Store In Starke for Bambino. The following numbers man Mrs. O. L. Beasley. Miss Writing recipes for the honor several years In New York and Unnerstand he's a blind musician wasn't the only lady wuiin'Ar
the past three months. Sergeant :were played as violin solos by Mad g e Middleton; Mrs. L. H. guest was a difficult task as sheis Florida. For the past twelve who's really good Then do her bit for her t
..t Lackey is stationed at Camp Miss, Fernandes: Adoration, and Hill; Educational, Mrs. I. ,B renowned for her culinary skill. months she has been an employeat there's the Junior Woman's ,Club So long ,, See you country there
:
t
x Standing. They will make their Andante, from Concerto, by Men- Cody Mrs. A. M. Darby; Music, The shower of lovely gifts was Suslow'a Military Store, Starke. Christmas dance slated for De- "
,bom in Starke. delssohn. The pro g r am was Mrs. A. Z. Adklns; DeteNt Mrs. presented to Mrs. Alderman by Lt. Haritos la originally from Carolyt
closed by the- Woman's Chorus E t h el M. Biggs, Mrs M. F. the hostesses placing a small Illinois, is a graduate of the Uni-
r ', singing: 0, Sanctl lma, The Brown Mrs. R. A. Green. table before her, and on this table versity of Vermont, and Is at 96
I Coventry Carol and Come with Mrs. Ethel M. Biggs< chapter was plied a collection of presents present In the 172nd Infantry 96
d? Torches. historian presented Miss Olive from her children and friends. stationed at Camp Blanding. Theyare
I The business session was presided Ray who told a story of the phll. The birthday cake was three- making their home in Starke.
over by the president Miss anthroplc work of a Confederate
s Evelyn Stump, who announcedthat veteran, Capt. Carr of Durham, 9- $-
'M'w. it had been decided to rent N. C. .
the club house to the Young The hostesses, assisted by Mrs. Carolyn Callstreet 4 GIFT CERTIFICATE Ji -
Woman's Christian Association W. E. Middleton, served a tempt e
and they would take charge on ing congealed salad course with
the first ofJanuary.. The Club cakes and hot tea.
voted to buy a ten dollar tuberculosis (/oJfJII!
bond. Circle Number Four Well, folks 'Spretty hardto Matthews The latter also AfP'l1.

_ The club auditorium was bright Baptist W. M: S. keep your sense o f humor wearin the perkiest feather hat
I'f c with decorations suitable to the readin' the newspapers and listen- I've seen In ages '

77n'/ Yuletide season. Mince pie and Circle number four, Starke Bap- in' to the radio these days a
coffee were served by the following tist Women's Missionary Society Hard to believe that war is ac- Odds an' Ends: Misguidedroomer 1lP
hostesses tually upon us, and yet it's as mlstakln' the Xmas deco-
: Mrs. Carl A. met Monday afternoon, December
0 rtf'i 'lo near asCamp, Blandlng It's ration on Kate Wlmberty's door <<
t Knight Mrs. L. A. Davis Mrs. 1, at the home of Mrs James
.I+ 4 sa tl to man, woman and for a funeral wreath Imagine
E. S. Matthews, Mrs. M. W. Morrow -: Lewis, with five members present.The up every
$( ,and Mrs. J, W. Horne meeting was opened with child to pick his i job and do It, his surprise! The friendly
_
prayer led by Mrs. H. L. Hough, no matter how large or small Bruner Cole mans beln'i transferred \ "*
Even if you're the homey type- from Camp Blanding to
circle leader. As- this was the
I oI I Junior Women Pledge Aid Week of Prayer for Foreign Missions why not Invite around for a meal Camp Gordon Augusta Ga. ,
I ; i ir To Civilian I DefenseThe and Lottie Moon Christmas some of the boys-wtth-the-bluea Friends on N. Walnut will miss ANY WOMAN ON YOUR GIFT LIST
Offering, the Leader gave a brief whose leaves are beln cancelled 'em mightily Pearl Sauls upset WILL BE JUST DELIGHTED WITH A
Junior Woman's Club held sketch of the life of Miss ,Lottie because of the crisis There about her chillun In Los GIFT CERTIFICATE FROM STARKE
4 r, LADIES its regular monthly meeting Wed- Moon and her mission work 'in are lots of hearts needin cheerln' Angeles, Cal. (can you blame her?) BEAUTY SHOPPE-AND THEY ARE
i nesday night December 10, with ChIna It Is Interesting to know up this Yuletide season If Wirln 'em to come home till OBTAINABLE IN ANY DENOMINA
UNDERWEAR 17 members present. Plans for that at one time Miss Moon You're handy with a needle Peg the war blows .over Dot an' TION.
the Christmas dance and carol owned property In Starke. The Ersklne wants volunteers to darn Bill Powell In their new upstairs
sing were discussed and definite for Doshta Brown
mission work and needs .of other and mend and sew on buttons home recuper-
dates will be announced later. It, foreign fields were iHscussed by soldiers at the Y. Men, you atln after beln' subtracted from
; SLIPS will be a merry Christmas for Mrs. V. H .Carden and Mrs. E. can help; too i-Why not come her appendix-or vice versa > STARKE BEAUTY SHOPPE
; the Junior Women so watch for' Lawson along to the, USO Clubs an' talk Little Judy Green still mighty upset -
1 _
_ :_- dates and plans the last to the boyar .who're doln' their 'cause there's no. chimney at 96
,. $1.5Qjto $&95, The minutes of meeting J 96 Phone
? fANIGHT A resolution l was passed pledging were read by Mrs. Carden, bit, or. take 'em fltshln' or bowl- her house for the convenience,of I

I complete cooperation with secretary, and accepted. Mr. in'?-. ;>jr.Woman'. Santa Claus. .. Husey McClane;
GOWNS the Bradford County Defense Lewis, treasurer read the reportof here during serious/ illpesa! of his
Council. the last meeting which was ac- Club! candelight pro- dad, who's much better by now,
: F $1.98; to, $8.95HANDKERCHIEFS After serving a delicious salad cepted. All current bills were gram at meetin Wednesday ver' I hope .
course, with coffee the meetingwas ordered paid. Plans were made effective Luclle Mitchell's
adjourned for the Circle to furnish supper reading, "Why the Chimes Rang" UnncrHtand that Marcus Brown
one evening during the Young 'specially good, with the Methodist fixed up his horse so he couldn't
; Mills-Rosenfeld People's Training School next Church chimes comin' In at buck, but forgot to make him unable
; jus' the right time Spottedthe to rear Sunday ayem GIFT HINTSFOR
'4 .25 to '$1.75 ''Milton Mills, 'manager of SUB- week.At the close of the meetingthe followin' fur-bearers sportln'new when he and Florence were out
low's Army Store since last hostess served refreshments winter pelts: Dot Powell, for a horseback ride his steed
1 March, was married on November consisting of open-face B and Evelyn Rltch and Mrs. E. S. reared; up and fell backwards on
20 to Miss Frances Rosenfeld, in wiches and fruit punch
4 COSTUME'JEWELRY New York City The event took The Circle will meet the first
} place while Mr. Mills was work. Monday In January with Mrs
ing at Chester. S. C.. while the Hough, ,HIM
Camp Blanding troops were on
t
.50 to $8.95 maneuvers. Royal Service ProgramThe Qo ,
A 1 Mrs. Mills is a graduate o f SHEAFFERS PENS &, PENCILS,
41 Hunter College Ire New York, regular monthly Royal
l while Mr, Mills 'was graduatedfrom Service Program of the BaptistW. MILITARY SETS, BILL FOLDS,

DON'T FAIL City College New York. M. S. will be held Monday ELECTRIC SHAVERS SHAVING SETS,
They arrived here last Friday afternoon December 15, at 3 o'- ,

EL ," To See Our and will make their home In clock. Circle No. 2 will have 7 SMOKING i SETS PIPES & TOBACCOS,
Starke. charge of the program.STARKE .
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Among those from out of town were shopping In Gainesville\ Saturday Lawtey MethodistThe No Hard Times Iti'
BITS of LOCAL NEWS .
F r rR attending funeral services for I' )
'\ Mrs. George Bevllle and son Rev. Herbert Hazzard announces When County Judge Jo:. K.
Gerald E. Mlildleton Wednesday I IILfll'rnoon
Hilly of Gainesville were visitingher the following program of Perryman arrived at home Saturday -
F were: Mr. and Mrs. RU
and MM. W. A. Fisher, of Mr. and Mrs J. C. Prather and Mrs. J. W. Klncald. of Tam MUldleton and daughter, Mar- sister.! Mrs. James Cason and Sunday Services: Morning Worry evening h e found three II,

!!' Thursday as guests family of Lynch, Ky. are guests Is here visiting her sister, ":MrV" joile Sue; Mrs. R. C Dowling family Monday night.T ship 11 A. M. Subject: "Is the couples awaiting him. Two white
pent \V. ami John Pinholster -
O. L. Markey
d I* D. Vlnlng. of Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Prather. Beasley and children Betty and Russell; Bible the Inspired Word of Cod?" couples and one colored one, desiring -
made business to
jend here regret to know Friends of Mrs. F. A. Scott are A F. Sauls spent Wednesday In I Mra Hugh Moore, Mrs. E L. a trip
Tampa Friday. I Bible School at 10 A. M Clauses to get married whereuponthe
E. Wilson was taken toVincent'S glad to know that she Is much, Jacksonville Patten, Mr. and Mrs. Doutt Jones, the Christmas .
for all Plans for obliged tb..m.nn.
JOI. Hospital Sunday better and expects to return home) T. S. Williams was a visitorto Mm Mae Jones, Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Frank Feagle made a Judge
made.
accompanied by his wife, the last of the week from St.' Jacksonville\ Wednesday.Mrs. Hodson Drew and Neely Argo, business trip to Lake City Monday -I program are being I
d"as week. Vincent's Hospital in Jacksonville. J. H. Lord and Mrs. H. L. Mid. Sunday evening service at 7:30(
for the all of Jacksonville; Spencer I I
remained' o'clock. Subject: "How We Got LEMUEL: COLSON
Hough visitors
were to Jacksonville
b! -
I .. .. dleton, Courtland Middleton and Mr. and M'IHershel Layfleld
..
.. ., .- .. "
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.J - "', Wednesday of last week. Our Bible.
__ 'r Haynes Middleton, all of Pamona; were guests of his parents In] -DENTIST- i
r Arline Dew spent the Thanksgiving Miss Carmen Middleton and Gordon Trenton last week. I The Junior Choir meets with
I INSURANCE A N D_ BON D S holidays In Tampa with" Middleton o f Gainesville; )rl'. and Mrs. E. J. Lewis and Mills Young on Thursday after- OFFICE 119 CALL ST.

Miss i Marltn Lov:. Perry Middleton of Brunswick, Mrs. T. W Markey were attending noon. ADKINH ;I IQUICK Ii

,_ IMrs_E. B. Simpson, whose husband Ga., B. Q. Middleton of Atkinson to business In Stark
Is watch-maker at the GenJewelry Ga., and Mrs. Pearl Cournon of Monday. More Big PotatoesTwo I :
HAROLD C. WALL AGENCY : baa been confined at her Lulaton, Ca. Mis. Earl Green and )!rs.
home :for more than a month James Canon were shopping In more huge sweet- potatoeswere RELIEF

..1* k i, .with, a severe case of Influenza BROOKER Gainesville\ Monday. I brought Into the Telegraphotfice Symptom el Distress Arising Irmm
Mrs. James Godbold, of Jacksonville This time R.
recently. by
Service Over 50 Years Mrs. Mary Green who has f.
Constant spent the first of the By Mr. Eldon Hardy been a resident of Brooker, is L. Lee who lives 3 1-2 miles STOMACH ULCERS '
week here with her sister, Mrs. i southeast of Starke. One of the EXCESS ACID
!MRS. IIAZKN KNTKRTA1NS now making ber home with her out:TO
Please Phone 146 Starke S. S. Dowling. Mrs. Godbold was brother-in-law and sister In Jack potatoes weighed five and the .800IaT.II..fH.Tn..at1Mt I,
accompanied borne The screened at Mrs. E.; other three
Wednesday porch pounds.
by: .
sonville.\ Her many friends regret Must Hell..)or it WIM C.st Yen NetUs J,
her mother, Mrs. W. S. Stroman, J. tfazen's borne was beautifully .
her leaving.Mr. million bottle.of UmWILLARI*.
who will spend several days In decorated with fall flowers when and Mrs. Lee Green and CARD OF THANKS Gmrtwn TKEATMENTh.T.b. n""ol I Jacksonville. she entertained members of the *of dlMram arising ftom at..rs e
children, Mrs. T. W. Markey and We are very grateful; for the and Dw4.n UUm Ju.Jo Las...AareIe..IS.am.r. 1
Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Ray and Bridge Club Thursday afternoonof attended churchIn many expressions 0 f sympathy ., e.rr 0\ Use.t U1---"
BOYS WANTEDSome Martha Evelyn .... ... .
MESSENGER their son the Rev. Laurie Q. Ray,!. last week. After several progressions New River Sunday. and the many beautiful flowers 0"'_.. N.rtMwe Sold. --..
A.M. on
due to KIMM
pastor of College Heights ChurchIn Mrs. Guy Harrell was given during our recent bereavement Ask tar MfllUnr. **-....tdr.lh.rt.l
Permanent Positions Mrs Saucer of Jacksonville ...
For Clyde .
with a lovely prize for -five e
Lakeland, were guests Satur- presented In the loss of our mother, uplalai tbil$matm.a5xOCH >
Others TemporarySome day of Mrs. J. W. White and high score and Mrs. Jack LucanH was visiting relatives here Mrs U D. Taylor.-The family DRUG STOKE I IIf
received low. Mrs. Hazen served Sunday..
Misses Olive and Amelia Ray.
With Automobiles for HolidayDelh'eries
Mr. and Mrs. Grady Baxter of
her delicious ambrosia and
guests I
Others With Bicycles Mr. and Mrs. Milton Brownlee,
Baldwin were visiting friends and
Jr., and little daughter, Catherine, cake.
Advanced High School Boys Wanted To Use were guests Tuesday night of Mr relatives here Sunday.Mr. You Haven't Already Given Us A Trial
of
and Mrs. Alph Hazen
Their Spare Time Learning The Business and Mrs. J. M. Brownlee.H. SKIVING: CLUII
who held Its Orlando were week-end guests of We Will Give You A Good WholesomeMeal
A. Bishop was injuredIn The Sewing Club regular -
Mr. M. M.
See MayWESTERN his parents, Mr and Mrs
automobile accident last Tuen-
un semi-monthly meeting
UNION week Is making a good recoveryand cay: afternoon at the home oMUs < Hazen.Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Hazcn of With Plenty ,Of Fresh Vegetables At
his friends are glad to know Lubedla PinhoUter. Decorations **
Jacksonville were guests of his A Moderate Cost
: that he may return home from were fall flowers and potted ..
parents, Mr. and Mr L. W.
the hospital the latter part of the plants. After a social bour Hazen, Sunday, .
week. the hostess assisted by Mrs. Florence
THE A & A CAFE
Dr. and Mrs. Alfred G. Grun- Varnedoe and Mrs. L. A.
well'and Miss Lena, Griffin, of Brown served delicious refresh CART) OF THANKS Back of Carpenter's I

Jopida 5/"ealre Black Mountain, N. C, and Punta ments to the members present To our many friends who gave
flowers, and
Gorda, spent several days last words of sympathy,
week with Judge and Mrs. A. Z. SOCIETY NOTES showed other kindnesses! duringour ..A _ ." _,__,__ ".... .. ...-,-- -,-
wish to ex.press -,
Adklns. Mrs. Frank Feagle Mrs. Mac bereavement we

Healthfully Air-Conditioned Mrs. E. R. Marshburn. of Tallahassee Hall, Mrs. Neda Palmer, Juanita our deepest appreciation.
spent Thursday and Fri- Feagle and Minnie Lou Hazen Mrs Mallory Thomas and family. BROWNSTEEN'SMODERN
BEGINNING DECEMBER 14TH
PROGRAM WEEK day of last week with her mother,
Mrs. G. W. Alderman.Mrs. .
Sunday Monday December 14 15 O. W. White and daughter SHOE REPAIR SHOP
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Also Midnite Show Saturday, Dec. 13 Miss Carol White, Mrs. Pearl PARKMOST Opposite Postoffice
Simpson and daughter, Miss LANOLA
"HONKY TONK"With Esther Simpson spent Thursday 119 N. Wafeut St. Startle, Fin.

Clarke Gable & Lana Turner I of last week shopping in Jackson

Also I ville.Mrs. DELICIOUS #
I. P. Shepherd returned
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Message
President Roosevelt's Congressional Thursday from Chattahoochee, -

Declaring War where she visited her son, Jack, BARBOON We Do Expert Work On All
In the State
who Is a patient

Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Dec. 161718"SKYLARK" Hospital. Shoes For The FamilyALL
Mrs. T. J. Griffin has returned EARTH
home after spending several

With Claudette.Colbert Ray MillandAlso weeks' in Jacksonville with her WORK FULLY GUARANTEEDGIVE
-- son-in-law and daughter, Dr. and
Mrs. C. C. Mendoza. Deluxe Sandwiches of All Kinds US A TRIAL ft

Latest War News 'and'Selected Shorts Mr. and Mr. L. A. Davis returned ..__.__._ _........ ... .. _- .. ,_._.-.---
home' Sunday from Fer- BAR B Q RIBSSPECIALTY

Friday & Saturday Dee 19 20 nandIna where they.spent a week ,t I ?+ ? &
because of the Illness and deathof ,
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: Mr. Davis' mother, Mrs. MaryA. ..
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-N-o. 1-"AMONG THE LIVING" Davis. ,
Mrs. Matilda Ritch of Raiford Also
With Albert Decker
I was a visitor to Starke Wednes-
No. 2-"Moon Over Her Shoulder"With day afternoon. Clean Healthful

Lynn Bari Mrs. Bernice Opperman spent
Wednesday afternoon In Jackson-
villa.\ AmusementsDrive ...

Mrs. Karma Doukszls of St.
NAT SEZ of I Itliat
: Petersburg spent Wednesday *
last week with her mother, Mrs. In
1
I
Three blind mice (or maybe
should "rats")-Hitler, Mussolini Frances Parker.
say Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Tarley, formerly Formal Opening
and Tojo. Pore gujs. Thpycan't
r to of Macon, Ga., are occupy. ; ti
ahead
far enwugh
'- know they're see takln a bile dOMe of Ing one of the A. H. Green apart SATURDAY, DEC. 20TH t
ments on N. Walnut street.
rat poison' when they jump on
J. B. Rowe and son, Claude
Uncle Sam. Wanna help to net Rowe, drove to Jacksonville Wed- 7 WAY EASY TERMS

the rat trap? Bent thing you can Mrs. Vernon '....
nesday, picked up
()elpn"eBon.lll
do right now III buy
Gall, and 9
'em till It Rowe and daughter, Floor Lamps
hurts. and Every Stjtmpn.dune you Buy pay fur a drove to Brunswick, Ga.,Rowe'sdaughter. for aday's There's Still Time to Sign for
visit with Mr.
It. sock at Hitler. Oh
tamp a ..Mrs. E. L. Blggn While $7.95
boy! Let's knock 'em out!
there Island. they visited St. Simon's Better Heating at

Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Savageof ANOTHEH FINE GIFT
LUXURY PERSONIFIED! Chllderaburg Ala., left Wed-

nesday after a visit here with Cedar ChestsALWAYS
Mrs. Savage's parents, Mr and Lower Costand

Mrs.
A WELCOME GIFT
CARD OF THANKSWe we recommend
..tt7r wish to express our sin-
cere appreciation for the many i Bedroom Suites II
SUPERFLAME
kindnesses shown UH during our SINCLAIR
bereavement-Dr. and Mrs. W. E. $29.50 to $129.50SMALL 1

ROBE .
Middleton and family.J.
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II. COURTMANCH backfire.
WatchMakerBUY i SET OF BOUDOIR LAMPS
economical combustion
lIere"s how 2. Gives quick
WITH CONFIDENCEAT avoiding waste of AND BED LAMP $3.65

S.n oHonal New YOUR HOME JEWELER'flpY SUPERFLAWE: fuel. I

Corduroy Fabric R. C. A. RADIOS
3. Contains no excess sulphur ,

offers you to reduce its heat energy. _p $12.95 to $99.50

$5.95 and 4. Contains no excess carbon to 4? CLUB CHAIR AND OTTOMAN I'

$7.50 better heating cake burner parts. 2 ALSORECLINING

5. Contains no water or sedi- CHAIRS AND
B
a at lower cost ment to clog strainers. i

uniform gives i I OTTOMANS i
fJ 6. Is always
ppV'm \ maximum usable heat. ,

Beautiful Line :1iiu 0e ? $2950 JI.

Avoid Worries and Delivery Problems
of Satin Robes ', e
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9 Starke, Florida
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kav SIX dRAbP01t1E'UtJNTY' TBIJCGRAPH.: STARES! FLORIDA i Fall\. DE('\IRER:: 12. I

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i. l< WITH OUR SUNNY BROOK FARM PINE LEVEL Eleanor O. llouser ville.and James C. Houser of Jackson D.:Mrs O. Stewart Homier and R L WlU1i
FARMERS I .
IIl l:1 was
,
II. M. McRae
i : By Minn Arsula Crosby By Mrs Mrs. Eleanor Omella Houser Funeral services were held Tues- the Episcopal Church mbeflS

'T* t 74, died Sunday Nov. 30 at 6 Order of the and
a 3 o'clock from Eastern
Mr\ and Mrs. O. E. Crosby of The Fellowship meeting I day afternoon at Star.
t 1 Roy R. Mathews' Dairy purchased make an airplane landing field he New River were visiting relatives Pine Level Church Sunday was o'clock at the home of her daughter the Keystone Community Church
20 head of high-bred dairy said Saturday. here well attended. FI I v e different Gertrude K. Houser of Keystone 9oiIievelfidrry
t cattle several weeks Saturday night. Heights. She had been 111 ,with the Rev. Fred Yerkes and ft
ago, churches were represented. They
't Mrs. W. R. Halslop and Mrs. of
the Rev. B. :JI. Montgomery
a bringing his total herd to around II. L. Garrett works, with his Inez Kelly were shopping In Jacksonville were: Iterlo Church and Beaver for several months. Arrangements were In Jill
r 'r 63 head. He began his dairy five father, F. M. Garrett on a 20- Thursday of last week. I Street Church of Jacksonville, Mrs. Houser was born In Bust!, ficiating. b
of DeWitt C. Jones.
,' years ago last April with 19 ; acre farm three miles southeast Mr. and Mrs. J. N. Kelly Mary Magnolia Church a t Branford, New York Besides her daughtershe charge
cattle on a farm three miles south of Starke on Road 28. The Gar- Ella and Luc lie Ward were among Buford Grove of Milliard and is survived by her husband, Pall' bearers were F. M. Wal- (; 6uosnuttas.suw.aoa

: of Starke on Road 13. He baa retts came to Bradford County those attending the all-day meeting Bostwick Church at Bos twlck James H. Houser, and two '80nll, rath, Sr., Clyde Pangborn, Don-

e ( iM 110 acres of hla own, but pastures from Baker County 12 years ago. at Pine Level Church Sunday. Fla. It was a great day and enjoyed -I Harold R. Houser of Chicago, 111. laid. Pangborn, F. M. Walrath Jr.,

_ .nr' about 300 acres and culti- They have planted one and Kenneth Stokes and Randolph by everyone. I I "'
c Vii j r' vates 35 acres on which be raises three-quarters acres of strawberries Crosby of Jacksonville enjoyedthe Eld. W. E. Hall of Green Cove i -

s cow feed. two acres of sweet potatoes day last Wednesday shooting Springs spent Friday night with fl. 4t0
t4 Five* of the shipment of 20 head and will kill seven bead of quail in this vicinity and were H. M. McRae and family --1 VoT1rLLv

of cattle are registered, which hogs near Christmas, which will dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. C. Mrs. B. M. McRae, Mrs.' :J. W.,
brings his total of registered cat dress about 300 pounds each. C. Crosby. McRae and Mrs. Warren Kelly 0

tie up to 10, he said Saturday. They will not market these fine Julian Peek o f Jacksonville were visiting In the Cum Branch

+'J i' h, Mr.. Mathews, handles both raw hogs, but will keep them for their was the guest 'of Mr. and Mrs.J. section Sunday afternoon.

u and pmteurlzed milk. "Most of own use. R. Kelly Sunday. Wesley McRae was first in our

q my customers'.are in. .theircity He' and .his. father.and mother W. R. Halslop and son, Fred community to pick some ripe
limits of Starke" he said. "The are the only ones at home his made a business trip to Jackson fitrawberries.
;i' ''r, amount of milk we sell per day brother, Ernest Garrett, having vllle Saturday. Eld. W. E. 'Hall and Mr. 'land

4 ,,1 p, ie varies tremendously since the soldiers I gone to Camp Wheeler, Macon, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Norman of Mrs. H. M. McRae were visitingJ. TE ELPISTONS

rp came. Our highest output I Ga., sometime ago. He also has Water Oak were visiting Mr. and D. Bowers and daughter, Miss

Is about '400 quarts dally, and a sister, Esther Garrett, who Mrs. W. T. Crosby Sunday. \ Lettie Bowers, In China Grove
j only about half that when the soldiers ; works at Joe's Grill on the Jacksonville Mr. and Mrs. Randolph Crosbyof Section Saturday afternoon.THERESSA .

phi S are gone. We average about highway. Jacksonville were week-end
123 i customers." M r. Mathews One unusual thing Is that they guests of their parents Mr. and
+ stated that he purposely have of of
t b m stayed three-quarters an acre
Mrs. C. C. Crosby. By Mi*. U. D. May
a t under' production, so that he "P. O. J." cane, which ,Is tassel- Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Crosby

jbt would not have an overproduction Ing out "I never saw cane tas- spent the week-end In Jackson- Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Grlffis attended
3 when the soldiers were away. sellng out before. My father saysIt ville with relatives.We church services at Sampson

He purchases additional milk 1 tassel.' out. in warm winters. are glad to report J, R. City Sunday night. .

a I when needed, he said. We have 40 chickens, and tried Kelly able to return t o work Mr. and Mrs 'J. J. Zeigler were 17*LIGHTER THAN CAST

+ ', I "I may be forced to charge to raise some greens for market after being 111 several days with shopping In Starke Friday. IRON-FAR TOUCHER
more for milk, due to rising but they all drowned out""I i
flu Mrs. Rodney Dampier and little THAN ALUMINUM
I prices, he stated. "Jacksonville, believe we will get a good
of
Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Kelly son were visiting relatives here
N Gainesville and Palatka have already price for our berries," Mr. Garrett Jacksonville spent the weekendhere last week. I'I' ; ..
:' gone up." Mr. Mathews has continued. "Everything else

'* to two deliveries each day, has five has gone up." This with community relatives. was sorry to W. C. Rivers and Miss Eloise: ( -+47Y, ,, ,U,
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+ electric milker and Dees of Starke were visiting Mr. a "
employes one of in
Speaking war general he v
hear of the death Monday of Mallory -
} 1 two men to milk and feed. said: "I spent four years in the ] and Mrs. Clyde Hall Thursday of
Thomas of Starke
Sunday
fyQ4 Mr. Matbews stated that last week and enjoyed a cane
they regular but I'm
army 1924-27
k afternoon. Mr. Thomas has many 1. Sidewells are extremely dor.
r ''a Used to get up at 9: or 2:30 In not physically, fit to get in. I relatives and friends In this vicinity grinding while here. able, without onnacaaaary. wow

t the morning. but now, with the think Russia will win the war who sympathize with his George Packham who has been thlckn**. 2. Reinforcement 41W-42
; milking machine. It Is not necessary over Germany. The United loved ones in their bereavement.SAMPSON'CITY employed In Virginia returned to ribs prevent distortion 3. Klec-

to get up 'before'.,3:30-o':: j States.Great BrJ'tan. and Russia his home here. He didn't like troplsted surfaces protect
clock. I 'wlll'whlp." t, the cgidwetit r"UI\.tbere. gainst scoring. 4. Poor pistonnngs

v Mr. Mathews, Is a native of Mrs. Else' Brooking;, who has and provide(improve b.tt.r...oil..economy.compretion -
itit,4 r Missouri, and has a wit. and five I J. W. Padgett,. of Brooker cultivates By Mrs. J. E. Jones been very 111 ,Is Improving rapidly. w6wKArs.11e

4, its children. I 40 acres of a 70-acre farm. Ruby Crosby of Pine Level was Alvin Wynn and Miss Bettie Ui-WY re trwa..m.r.YT__

1:4 iJ -' I "It was too wet even before this I here on business Friday. Jean Rhodes of Hampton were
Clifford Jackson cultivates four rain to plant anything", be said Mrs. J. C. Sapp and Margaret visiting friends Thursday.! DELIVER OUTSTANDING PEP AND PERFORMANCE!
e acres of a l -acre farm on Road last Friday. "I have nothing Mrs.. Klnchen
Brown were shopping In Starke Mr. and Eugene
'io 48 two miles out toward Camp dOw," he continued, "but an acre Saturday. of Starke were visiting Mr. and INCREASE ENGINE LIFE! * * *

i, 4' Standing, on which he raises and a half of strawberries, and of last
E. L. Harper of DeLand visited Mrs. Clyde Hall Thursday
I. "garden stuff, corn and peanuts." they are about drownedunderwater. his daughter, Mrs. Louise Varnes ANOTHEM nap FORWARD Oldsmobile's famous Etoono- : OUR No. 1 JOB IS

He sells only a "few roasting I had a garden planted, Saturday.Mr. week.W.. H. Hall and H. D. May in motor car development I Master Engines both the DEFENSE:

1'+ P ear" All the rest II for home but It drowned. I'll plant some and Mrs. E. D. Jones were were attending t 0 business in A brand new material for 100 H. P. Six and the 110 *
consumption. He has nothing at more if It ever dries off. I raised Airplane cannon and
Its
In Gainesville Sunday. Gainesville :Monday. pistons fi/ht-w.lght H. P. Straight Bight. Come ,
an planted at present. but expects com, peanuts, velvet beans, water- 8! K artillery. ahell an now
I David Kelly and family of Mr. and Mrs. C. Sullivan and Armm teel, produced by in and try' the alert, dependable !,
i + to plant an acre of cabbage Just melons and cucumbers, and sell rolJlneolfOldlprodaCo
Starke were fishing in Sampson Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Sullivan were General Motors for use in performance of the
Sy, "as It I Is don Un_ With facil-
soon as dry enough. anywhere I can-from Brooker to remaining
u Lake Saturday and report plenty shopping In Starke Saturday.H. the Diesel locomotive of Oldsmobile B44. And for
(ties ldBmobll. la I
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+ er The field is boggy all over out Jacksonville.Mr. building a
? : r of flab. A. Chadburn of Jacksonville transcontinental streamlined even greater pel'fOl'JDanooUmiled' number of
there he stated quality can.
Saturday. Padgett was reared on the
Mrs. Artford Brown has returned was a visitor In, the home of train. and *
a now adopt efficiency try Hydra-Matio
,
Mr. Jackson has 13 chickens
vg.'ra same place where be Is now liv
and from the hospital in Clyde Hull Saturday afternoon. ed for automobile use in Drive-optional at extra> cost. * *
,1fi
gX no cattle or hogs. He" Ing-where his father Hardy P.
painesvllle where she underwentan
v ft(, married and has three children In Padgett, used to live. operation. 'Trade-in."apply on down p.rn.nr.. MoatVr poreware ,eratfaWe. i: ,
t B.. H. S. He does not have sufficient "The war looks pretty tough," New Clock Sign
Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Brown ,.
b Income from hi* farm, and he said. 'We are going to be went to Gainesville business rou ?Aff ALWAYS COUNT Off
e' consequently has worked quite a drawn Into It right soon, from reports Monday. on In addition to putting In a new \>

+ good deal at Camp Blanding and we get'ov.r the radio and Hogan Smith and Lem Brown 'ceiling and dressing up the place VLDSMOBILEJr' loostae. =

with_ the Yf.p'l1 .11. yoWOr.ed' > through the papers. .Although were in,Gainesville 'x>n businesslIuri'd generally 'the Gem Jewelry, last UITIH, born levTMAM
1 for a & C5B p'"bUt''atthe. : Oetmaa'ba.. ,;getting' Am pis* IN 44 Tut
S&s&n! < .tbe y.- > Week ;.entcLed a large, neon ..llgnIncl08ln ': *,,...:. ,: B.qUAlJrr--.Buzz.r TO LAST .- j ...,,,
present" worK ; "
tune wlthc.th.
,, best of U all along I believe the Jack 'fioodge and' of
,
t W, P.. A. '_at_Lake Butler .helping other side will,, win: :" Starke were visiting Lem family Brown a huge Bulova clock In J
front of Its bu-lness on Call
; and family Sunday. I

Improved Farming Methods Sure To Result street TOrode Chevrolet Co

;. From Farm Defense Plan HIGHLANDBy STENOGRAPHERS N O T K .
jj : Supervisor Says
Miss Beth Wsmberly
I PADS- ISO each- BRADFORD
t' t, ,' : Improved farming methods In he undertook j COUNTY TELEGRAPH.: Starke Florida
I i I to, raise In connection We are sorry to report Miss _
y g,,,' Bradford County, and higher t with FSA's "Food for De- Ethel Ricks 111 at her home here

I, 3 standards of living on the farm fense" program last Mayan d and wish her a speedy recovery.
are bound to be the result of the June And these, two things will Mrs. Winifred Wimberly and

4? U. S. Department of Agriculture's lead naturally to production of Mrs. S. C. Harley were visitorsto .

p s' Farm Defense program says Ed- more things to be marketed. Staike Thursday of last week.

% gar H. Klueppelberg, county farm "It Is ,on both the productionand Mr. and Mrs. Max Wimberly of *

supervisor of the Farm" Security marketing end that the Farm Starke were visitors here Tues
Administration.. Security Administration will help
i
_ pt "Farmers generally, large and through encouraging county purchasing day.Mr.. and Mrs. Jimmie Mott of
i mall, are pledging themselves to and marketing associations Zephyrhllls are located here fora
raise more food and feedntuffs." ," he said "This will be the few days. Mr. Mott Is employed
Ct" Mr 'Klueppelberg laid,"< "in keepIng means for the low-income farmerto as night operator for the

L : with Secretary' Wlckard'a ap get the seed ;fertilizer, machin- Seaboard Air Line.

peal. ery and breeding stock that he Mrs. Nelson T. Green and children -
p" "Since the average farmer, par can't get otherwise. And this will of Lawtey were visiting at 9 t
'
ticularly the farm family on the be the means of commanding bet the home of Mrs. Winifred Wlm- .t .

'" FSA program, can't get more ter markets, because he will be berley and family Sunday.Mrs. aRCHING ALONG ,
acres to cultivate, and since there able to join hands with his neIgh- \ Lucile Stouton was a _
'Is a practical limit to the added bors to produce enough to attract visitor to Lawtey Saturday
number of livestock to be dependable markets.
purchased
C. M. Grlffls was a visitor to
i f at once the thing to do "Not only the Farm Security Lawtey Monday.BOOTSEY'S. > t
In fulfilling this pledge'' Is to Increase Administration but all other s

yields feed livestock for agencies of the Department of BEACH
more weight aifd more produc- Agriculture have gone Into this
ii tlon. This means better farming.It program with the idea of building By Mew .Effle CrawfordMrs. 4

t may be that the increased emphasis agriculture on a sounder basis- Hines and daughter,

t3 on 'Food,tor Freedom' will not to plow up vast teas that Leona, of Lake City were visitingher a.
J be the greatest boost for Intelligent will be left to blow away after the son-in-law and daughter Mr. -

and painstaking farming we emergency passes: as happened In and Mrs. Frank Greene Monday
i"' have ever had In this country." the last war, but to plan carefully afternoon.

o t As for the low-Income farmers I We're all looking to the
Mr. and Mrs. L.
;; \ who participated In the FSA pro : long future after. the emergency F. Batten and
son, Louis and Mrs. Clark all of
1 gram, Mr. Klueppelberg said, the passes, when our new knowledge
J first consideration will be the production :of how to grow more food will be Jacksonville spent Sunday here
: with Mr. and Mrs R. N. Craw-
of more foor for themselves turned to our own service and .
and the learning how to improvement ford.R.
I' use this food better for sake of "We're out to feed not only N. Crawford Is seriously 111 1
4 at his home here. His
friends
I
$ health.
hungry people and livestock, but
fl 4' ; The next thing that the little also the land Itself, and to make wish him a speedy recovery.Mr. .

44" y farmer will be urged to do will people more secure on the land .. and Mrs. Lee Johns of
Live
; oe to raise more feed for addi they .till, whether they own It or Oak spent Sunday afternoon
tional livestock and poultry that rent It with Mr. and Mrs. G. B. Johns.
ia C, Mrs. J. J. Howard of St.

4 George Ga., is visiting the* bedside FOR: NATIONAL DEFENSE: ,
Priority Rulings zinc and steel-to arm itself ", of her brother, R. N. Craw

Curtail Expansion against the totalitarian threat. ford.Louis Murrhee Seccaea faa ... .ali*iul defenae effortelliiee m.s.. Vat your Mep-tavuf; loarten, pereelaian' and
There not of Jacksonville
are enough of these that tune de has job .
every
Of Electric Is grillstubaiavty..kib.aten.aadelaaeei"
11' Service materials to do the defense spending a while here with his
1 a and keep other business production job- par ems Mr. and Mrs, L. M. whether h. be lelectee; _ICO...... buainaaeappllan accurate c"":"ck.i sad I.f......... radio.

t Advising prospective homebuilders Murrhee. ,- -.4 alas ..h .....if..
real estate developers, functioning on normal peacetime : A Tbcyll (. hand !Ie ha. 4, scale. Therefore we've all 4.J' yM Yo he.ic.ite( will Tiixl thai defence -
municipal officials and building helping jam an* Maey
to School
got make
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sacrifices In the Holidays .
3" contractors that recent priority mary Interest of keeping pri- yea can do year altar .better. with and keep. your family ...kh,. n.,'II enable
our .
++ rulings under Preference country free and preparing to defend At Its regular session last week, !t! the aid. af the small electrical >.. te hare more lima, tee, far year _her ,
Order P-46 of the Office its the County Board of Public Instruction thai ..
% Ratln&1 freedom. Our govern- eon. ,.lefe..e activities. /
duction Management ment has asked us to economizeon un. n i mously decided I I

1 "y tailed expansion of electric ser all materials and we are cooperating that all schools In the Countywill ( fCOOVERATE WITH. OIl COVEMHEIT- CALL i \
y ? vice lines, Harry E. Simpson vice clone on Friday December ,
D a '' 'cr president of the Florida Power & Is important In every that way the possible."It 19, for the Christmas holidays, IEALER AID HAVEFLORID YOU APrUAICES. IEPAIIEKPAGE .
public
yK'' 'Light Company, urged that any understand the situation. The only and re-open Monday, January S. f ..
t one
contemplating new building materials that OPM allows
t l or material changes In his electric have are those needed for us to This means that, during this t I Tit uir sissies
service keepIng emergency, plans for
requirements should new construction runtnir
t our service facilities .
r )H'' consult with In re- outside of
the company before pair and areas now POH. O" COMP1YW
a maintaining
and
} MarringOOH operatIng served, and even ton N
at ruction. plans materially 4 ,.
t' them. Until priority restric- t --... -. 'S. ..rDEC
Fs "Blame it on Hitler," Mr. Simp tions are lifted we cannot Increasing service r e -.ad.rra.r..a- ..... ,
son commented, "but our country service lines extendour qulrements In present locations, --.-----
needs vast quantities beyond the areas should be discussed with to -. -.. -
of mater we are us ..-amrdrrwrw-l
ials-such as already serving, nor can make certain that.tbe desired -
service
copper, aluminum we make major -
improvements.
can be made available"
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Telegraph Adds Features I How tie American Country Boy'Benefits V State E. Geiger Farm In ladles Jacksonville.are Christmas Letter Box Back From Vat".

shopping In Jacksonville Ben SuKlow, arrived In Starke / '"

from Army Training often these days Among those last Friday from Cheater, S. C..
-e; 1877 the Telegraph has brought Its readers< the news of In the last few days are Mrs. J.C. Kdltor'a note: Recently the where he had been working In the>

y Illd Bradford County: to the beet of its ability The American country boy-that Army with an inquiring mind and Godwin, Mrs. I.. F Chapman, Telegraph has been sending out Pout Exchange with the Camp

g flow we are taking a step forward by adding'a group of hlgh-/ stalwart fellow from the farms sad .''M., fund of practical.. experience. }ttrs..,M. ,K. Griner, Mrs. I.. A.Robliuon. subscription notices written In Bland Ing- trooper{* on maneuvers.
the towns and smaller< cities--haa declare*the veteran 'of.:ISIS. 'Be
ciIIbrIIfeatureS designed to keep our subscribers In touch with the contributed not only his brawn to is a good student. He has learned Mrs. B. Hershfleld and verse. For Instance; 1 His dog.I'"!} >ant." or "Sa""' ."

!d at large, as well as the local scene. Uncle Sam's armies, but exem- to work with his hands as well as Miss Ruth Hershfleld. This Is notice Number One was the mascot of the 118th Med

IIOf jie new additions will mean a larger paper, since we will >lifles patriotism, initiative, and his brain. He 1s quick to grasp Mrs. R. N. Dukes of Worthington Won't you read It "on the ical regiment, he said

to devote as much space to local news as formerly. There intelligent discipline as well. the exceptional opportunities which Springs la visiting her par run"?
hue Such is the !gist of veCIOIrImiIntalrJ' modern military service! provides. ents. Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Hol
In We know Its sad but still It's
increase subscription prices, although the addition of
rpt no on the rank and file of When he returns to the farm he BUS SCHEDULE
features naturally Involves a great amount of expense. Weking the army in every instance where Incia that his skill in handling a mes. true-
be.th for citizen soldiers have been called to "jeepa track or a tank for Uncle Your Telegraph will soon be Nertka..a
this expansion one reason only: To give our aub.Ifbert Loave 8Urk ..__ S.OS: A. atIxiave i
lit the nation's defenses Today the Sam has fitted him expertly to carefor YMCA Official due. -_ .. .
newsier, more Interesting, more readable and Stark ... .. :U A. I 'I'
\ a eomprehenB parental of the young men lately agricultural machinery. He Tls said that those who read Leave Nlark. ... .... 1:10: p. I
etrepaper called into service are asking what has learned the economy of transportation. Here MondayEugene leave mark .... .. .. i:4S: P. I IStftrke
of the "bonus" the army in turn does for the He hal been 1 must pay heave ......._ 3:05: P. I
Is a brief summary you will get each week eoun- observing .. -_
Sere So won't you send your check Leave fUarke .. 5:15: P. I
Telegraph: ryboy. Here is the answer of the practice of farmers in otherecUons Barnett. a Florida man Lear Hlark ........ I:ftO P. I
B four "He gains a broadening experience of the country. He sees and General Secretary of the Y. I today! Leave Btarke ........ 19:10 P. '_
IcEEKLY: NEWS ANALYSIS illustrated summary of 1m.t in adventure, friendship, and where improvements may be made This week we got a dose of our
United States .... .... PLeave
M. C. A. in the .
events during the past seven days, designed especially for leaning which only service ia a He knows more of conservation. own medicine. Enclosed In an
brief visit to Starke Monday !mark' ....... 1 OK A. M.
F eon saw paid a :
cause
can give.1 Active service In has
: reader who can devote little time to a dally newspaper. our Army envelope with a nice check was Leave 8t, rkHtark. -._... 10:20 A. M.
eksy The quotation is from an overseas been America's greatest training morning looking over the .....
The the following Jingle: Leave .__ S.JO: P. M.
CABNEGIK- Widely-read author of "How to Win
DALE) veteran of the World War who school for the professions. in old and new USO facilities here. I Leave mark ____... 5:30: P. M.
friends and Influence People" writes a weekly column of Insplra- served in a hard hitting outfit composed science and in business. In every "The Nation has dumped S0.- When It comes to writing duns !wars Hiark _._.:_.- a:50: P. M.
lAtav. .... .
largely of classed atark' ':it P. .
youths period in the nation's history the you take the cake ,
000 Into this community,
VSt! WEEK IN WASHINGTON-Inside Information from the generally as country boys. Ampli leaden in civil life have been men For a darn good poet you ........... M.M.
"and must
fillS tying his statement he stressed the largely those who in their youth said Mr. Barnett, would make. wve Stsrka .....__ ?:15 A. .
N. OII'I capitol. young soldiers experience in adventure answered their country's call to share with Starke In providing Leave Starke -_.... __ ':'0 I' M.M,
KATHLEEN NOBttIS-America's best-loved novelist gives down- friendship and learning. defense, and first of these has been facilities to take care of them. I We trust our money will reach

to men and women on the business of living Boyhood adventures in .rambles the country boy.ANNOUNCE im delighted to visit the differ you In time West M.adLeave
advice
awth with his dog, a 1 Although we'd enjoy another Sheiks _____... K-JO: A. M.
ABT1K: McGOVEKN-One of the country's foremost physical plunge 1ft the Un'" ent USO facilities and see the (Tallahame* Special
BII U1U --- rhyme. leave Stark .._,.. ll-OO, A. M.
the benefit of his experience in "Lessons In Health." wtmmin' hole" and work they are doing In providing ; : :
mtnictors gives I So let the paper come on with. leave Nlarke _., 1:35: |> ea.
entertainment for the men. This .. ...
brief explorations In the ,. wave "lark 1:00: M,
SERMON-A week from the
gK INCH message every woods pave the way Is not only a help to the young out fall. Leave Htitrke' ...!.. a.o: P. k
H. Harper. t7RK You know the address Mrs. (Tallahassee Special)
Rtf'', Robert for his new duties } men," continued Mr. Harnett, "buta -
8V(,{'''SSFUL PARENTIIOOD-Advlce on the most Important In. camp and in thefield. w,.. distinct help to Starke." W. O. nall .

In the world from. Mrs.. Catherine Conrad 'Edwards: aaaoci- Our Army affords -wand 1
,eject I. Mr. Barnett spent the weekend
new scenes AUTO PARTSUSED
of Parent's Magazine. Love To Florida
editor '
lie still more heart. In Florida, spending Sunday In
SOUSE: AND HOME-Practical hints on homemaking from ning adventures I
L'He Lakeland with his mother, Mrs. TIRES REBUILT
author of "Sister Mary's Kitchen." gains a strong "Give my love to Florida" was
jury E. Dague, R. 11. Barnett. He spent 26 years I GENERATORS AUTO y'i
physique, good the of an old lady out
request
TODAY Patricia Dow and Illustrated
FASHIONS FOR -By as General Secretary of the Y.
GLASS CASH FOR
health, and a clean In Louisiana when the Camp -
Itfle j articles by Cherie Nicholas mind. He comes M.\ C. A. In China. Returning to landing was pausing her OARS AND TRUCKS IN

HOUSEHOLD, NEWS-Two columns of recipes and kitchennnaent home equipped for ;-wee America five years ago he was convoy the ANY CONDITION. '
during maneuvers
his life work with of the way summer
by Lynn Chambers. made General Secretary
As the boys 'passed her
renewed energy anda work In the United States. He Used Autos $25
CONTINUED STORY-Within the next few weeks the Tele- brighter outlook farm home she held up a copy of up y

rraPh will begin regular weekly installments of an absorbing new upon the world.In has recently travelled throughoutthe the Bradford( County Telegraph
United States, Canada, Europe HASKINSAUTO
lUll! friendship he q and yelled: "Give my 1 10 veto

broadens his horizon, and South America. Florida." Lt. A. R. Wicks, of the PARTS uP
- meets thousands of After visiting the USO organizations -
r 106th Engineers Is responsible North of Town Road
young men like himself In Starke, Robert B. oa
ftlegraph Itself. We,.will appreciate your comment. from all parts Wear, local executive secretary of for the story. I 11 r
of the Union and ,
,
- > the 'y, M. C.. A., drove Mr. liar-

"Bountifully Supplied And Yet Ungrateful"Excerpts I brms adeshipi.enduringcom Knowing- nett to Jacksonville, where he FUNERAL DIRECTOR i 1

his fellow Ameri- was to speak at the Rotary .
1 My Many Years Experience Makes It Possible for Me to Render
better he Is 1 .
from the sermon de about the things God has allowed. eons -wlt l luncheon
(
himself a better ti M EFFICIENT: PROMPT and COURTEOUS BERV1CB 1)
Vend at the Methodist Church,1 I us to possess.When American.The #
Sun. the Lord was teaching Mrs. Mary A. Davis MODERATE PRICES
bJ the Pastor, O. C. Powell I > average coun-
dq, November 23, 7:30: P. M.) about the great things of life the try boy enders theHampton I OeWITT C. JONES

Scripture: Lk. 121334.: I I Intruder was concerned about the Mrs Mary A. Davis, mother of Stark! Florida

The Lord was often interruptedIn family gold. The Lord answered L. A. Davis of Starke, died at the

the midst of his discussions with the parable of the rich fool Happeningsby home of her daughter, Mrs. J. R.

tout the great fundamental!I who was concerned only with his Hardee, Sr., In Fernandlna last

things of life. However the Interruptions possessions.Can .. Friday. She was 84 years of age '' f
did to disturb BIRTH and the widow of one of Nassau
not seem we be critical of the
would 1 5Ir... M. W. Morrow Mr. and Mrs. George Rahme County's pioneer developers. In
him as they possibly wealthy man of the parable, so I
Not announce the birth of a aon, 1880 she was married to Louis
lave the average speaker. long as we fail to be considerateof ALL DAY MEETING:
Larry Raymond, Tuesday morn Allen Davis, who became holderof
speaker can turn such interruptions fall share
every God's ownership, to The Baptist W. M. U. held an
lumber and
Into great opportunities with others who are In need, fall all-day meeting December 9 with ing. one of the largest
in Northern
naval stores Interests
u the master seemed able to have the proper gratitude to all members present during the KILLS DEER IN HUNT
to do On another occasion a the giver of all good things? Florida.
service. The topic "Foreign Mis G. P. Wadsworth Sr., local Funeral services were held Sat Do Your Trading
group of men brought a sick man The people of America can sions" proved very interesting in turpentine farmer, killed a small urday afternoon at 2 o'clock at
uxl let him down through the
never properly observe Thanks view of the troubled conditions deer In recent hunt River and Interment where B pieeea Silverware
a near the family residence Rogers arc ,
roof, In the midst of his disown
giving day so long as there are abroad. During the meeting the side In the Ocala National "
Landing was In the family cemeteryIn given away with $40 in trade
*. The Master could change every
millions of under-nourished people Week of Prayer topics were given
) Forest. The party with St. Marys. Besides Mr. and certificates.
the occasion from disturbance, Into within Its boundaries, while' we and discussed., The Lottie Moon or
heal 1 Mr. Wadsworth consisted of Mrs. MM. ... A. Davis, those attendingthe Are Redeemed -
victory, and miraculously live in a land of plenty, with Offering was the next largest In ,
Wadsworth and Mrs Alice Anderson funeral from'Starke were the
tile Baa sad forgive his' sins and mpjre. wealth, more,of the necessities' many meetings.. I of. Starker Rev1.0. C. Powell; L.'O. Powell, Is Yew Cask t" Ji.; .; .SMITH'S't: :,GARAGE' .
lend him away reccing:;. 'nation members to note that 7MD"M(1WI '-
of life, than.any; on The are Judge and Mrs. B. K.. Perryman BTAIMl .., ; :
OB another' occasion lie wartbto earth has ever ktfewa l ia'the history the next' regular meeting wlll-be Mr. and Mra.1M. L. Wattersonand and Mrs. W., O. Halle. .

to turn'the anxiety of a man of man. held at the home of Mrs Walter daughters, Harvene and

over his Inheritance Into a great If we would be truly grateful, Collins during the, afternoon of Dorothy, and Misses Madge Gay

parable and an Interpretation of111II' we must ,make the bodies of December 18. and Betty Horne were shoppers In
relation to his 'materialpnneesionm Jacksonville Saturday.Mr. .
around the world
that challenges all of hungry people Mrs. Joe Spartman of Gainesville and Mrs. B. .B. Smith of :
mile stop and think seriously i the storage places of our over- was the Sunday guest of Baldwin were Sunday guests of
be Our Posses-
It must
supply. Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Dennlson. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Horne ,
If Exeees Add sasses.Iltysup.Inm.fStosna.h. slon Our Father Our Souls, And Mr. and Mrs. Jack Wynn and
f u'r If want The Rev. and Mrs. C. A. Warren
> when the night falls they
: MI' and Mrs. L. J. Kite attendedthe
will still of Alachua were visitors In
souls these things '
our ,
Christian Church s e r v Ices ., SaM.ns Miul1
Uleese. Indigestion be: Ours. And the Cod who knows Sand- Hampton Monday afternoon.Mrs. .

lbidng,Ce.Iiartbumr. I .lcMng.' the Impulse of every human heart, lln conducted Sunday by afternoon Capt. James W. M. Turner- spent tbe-

"" a,tt a free sample efUDCA and every hungry soul, will still week in Jacksonville where she

"*. free In--tIbC'booklet tee be' "Our Father" And we. will Mr. and Mrs: Will McEver and visited her son, R. A. Turner. ,.S
Mrs. R. Frazier' 'of Graham attended
live in gratitude to Him. Mrs. B. L. HInson spent Saturday
CARPENTER'S DRUG STORE Christian Services here
with Mrs. Turner and returned
1842 ,
Sunday afternoon. I
WINS HONORS AT SCHOOL with her to Hampton.
Mr. and Mrs. G. P. Wadaworth,
Alton Roberts of Hastings, Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Brown of'
Jr., Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Kellem,
ImEIt ISCUITI lETTER 1 Geo. A. Gardiner attended the evening
J- grandson of Judge Mrs. O. D. Gay, Mrs. J. W. Horne Brooker

CAKEI TRY ME NOW of Starke- and E. J.,' RobertsOf and daughter, Barbara, were shop- service at the Baptist Church. .

FOR OOODNISS SAW Lawtey, recently was selected ping in Jacksonville Tuesday.' Mrs. W M. Turner and Mrs.

-I I4r as one of the members from the Mrs. O. D. Gay and son, Elmer Mary Norwood attended, the .

speech class at Tennesse Wesleyan were shoppers in Gainesville Methodist District Conference r ,

College to represent the,Institution Saturday afternoon. held In Ocala Tuesday. .III 7r'7W, i :
"
choir. The r ,
In a "speech wt -
group recently broadcast Vachel --

Lindsay's'The Congo" over radio Florida State Farm NewsIN

station WNOX, Knoxville. Alton

1bw Is a Junior at Wesleyan this ," "

year. He is a member of the By E.: R. Bouvfer THE WAR ZONE r
YMCA and Is active in many Grave apprehension for the : "'"
o ,activities. He I Is:
other campus BRIDGE CLUB safety of six of our friends and

taking a commercial course and Mrs L. F. Chapman was hostess former neighbors Is felt after the ..- "' ,

will receive his diploma next year to the Weekly Bridge Club Wednesday air raids on Honolulu and vicinity. t (. THIN FY

His parents are Mr. and Mrs. Z. of last week and on They are Capt. and Mrs. L. o. .(, ,', .,
rrS.IpkaM J. Roberta of Hastings.MANUSCRIPT Thursday the Starke Club was '
Sheffield, Lt. and Mrs. Fielding
..".Ir.rNagIetC also entertained by her. On both Martin E. Griner : I
Chapman, Lt. yHiT R&V ;
.cJ..dozen Send for of NEW bright booktot.Ideas to eon I.... COVERS COUNTY-..1 occasions fall flowers were tastefully and Jack Bradley. It .(..

( baking. Address RumfortfPowdar. per 100-BRADFORD arranged ,throughout the ..__..-ea. _...__ ,
'
Box V.Humford. R... TELEGRAPH. rooms. On Wednesday, Mrs. B.' MARTIN ORINRB: PROMOTED __..no.H.JI.II'---- 1>..,,,,.. >Ii,! "1' .... {, ",? Yn "h<

1 C. Prince of Lake Butler, was a' Friends of Martin E. Orlner ::::::':.::..::::--:..-, .:-' -. ..:=:
guest and won the bingo prize will be pleased to hear that he ...-_..--.
BOREE 'FUNERAL HOME I while Miss Ruth Hershfleld won received tys commission as Lieu

SUPPLIES high. Both prUes were thrift .tenant In the 'arMV!: """ n'HDec. rt. woN, yea .SHAM THIS NATION-WIDI SUCCISS
UNDERTAKERS'
FULL LINE stamps. He has steadily risen In the ranks

PROMPT AND COURTEOUS SERVICE Mrs. W. H. Graham was an out. and we are proud of him. 'YOU GIT TH'S ALtAMBRICAII'WINNlRDODGE

of-town guest on Thursday and Mrs. Paul McLendon and Mrs

Phone 134, Starke was presented with a deck of P. E. Stubblns. Sr., spent Monday has 'lust completed on* of the yooll get AU.Fluid Drive. Dodge afofM

cards while Mrs. K. O. Duncan ,In Gainesville visiting and .... economy demonstrations In supplies It. You'U get twenty other time-

winning high score, received a shopping. the history of the motorcar. This Ie a famous features which leave nothing to

W.T.CLUTEREALTORF.H.A.LOANS pretty piece of linen Mrs Chap- and "Mrs. Leslie A.. fcruUant climax: to the ability which geve be desired In the modern motorcar. And

man served delicious refreshmentsat Chaplain Tallahassee for you the Rest POWER-FLOW ENGINE with It all you'll get this extremeeeoowmyand
In
both parties. Shepherd are the greater ALL-FLUID DRIVE for to more than Justify your action. Let your
several day. this !by Investigating old car be your Initial payment and take
propertyWe 1942. Share success
We the 'listing on your
want sale Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Wallace returned J. G. Godwin and Capt. H. C these qualities at once. Make a sound advantage of the convenient terms which

have some wonderful properties for Sunday from Lake Worth. Wall of St. Augustine have returned -' Dodge Investment for the yeere. You'llget are available. Dodge Is everything you

See us about your Real Estate Needs Ennls Bradford, who recently from Belle Glade. Mrs giant power ....* abbe and flows, and will ever need or went In a motorcar.

!113 PHONE 66 returned to the States after several Wall who has been the guest of,
E.
CALL STREET
years residence in the Canal Mrs. Godwin for the week baa

Zone, has accepted a position returned home with Capt. Wall.
at Camp Mrs. Annie M. Richards Is
with the Post Exchange DODGE
relatives In Jacksonville: ,
Blanding. We are happy to have visiting
Drivers Beatrice Mrs. Bryan Whitfield, Mrs. L. N.tl.e.O..e.tosser ewp. _...ILIYW
f Prompt Careful Mrs. Bradshaw, the former
Service J. G. Cald. ..Ir.-'sass eM.s N err Nr..a -
Mrs.
Cox, live among us again. A. Wiggins and In ALL-FLUID DRIVEa= = = -: ==

Lt.. Thomas Eptlng of Arcadia well at tended to business 1./a-.M..YNr..aea.e- .v sae h.... .".._-

Starke Taxi Service S.Virginia C.. and Ruth Camp Frame Blanding(nurse and) Lt.of Gainesville. Emma Monday.Mrs. Hems. of Miami Is rowiR-riow ENGINES IXTRIMI ICONOMY =.are e. .w..-'w..war=Lrw..d=

Camp Blandlng were Sunday the house guest of Mr. and Mrs

Locally Owned and Opeated !guests of Mr. and ]Mrs.. J. A. Scott.Mrs. and Mrs
Bouvier. I J. H. Hundley J. P. Roberts MotorsTemple
visited Mr. and Mrs.
Mrs. J. F. Shaw U very 111 In. J. M. Rltch
150
In Jacksonville
Phone
St. Lukes hospital In Jackionvllle. Reese Bradley

Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Cox and Thursday.Mr. '
Day Night daughters visited in DeLand Sun and Mm. M. E. Critter Ave. Starke, Floridait.
I and Mrs
pent Sunday with Mr.

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+tPAGII FRIDAY,
( BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPU, 8TABK1C. FLORIDA
i : .ICIGIIT -S.-,, ,
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., assistance from ladles of the Gable-Turner Team Annual Tree Contest i.v'O'I'V.ciiicriT cornT.FLORIDA.. IN. BRADFORD CHANCERY February namelt Court Ind, and2eau the
y J. S. O.. Clubs Additional SocietyWSCS Edwin Wise, Plaintiff V". Lillian plaintiff "''h a
town. At Florida SundayThe Rules AnnouncedAn Vv uu. Defendant. Cass No. 1661. ''DTeegreph! shell', h...:'"
flake Xmas Plans Order
In
I pbt Volunteers .'e also needed for ORDER OF APPEAR AND next tour weeily iy, aatStarks
TO ...
sewing and darning service for Circles To Meet unusually large number of NOTICES rny and
costarring -
wldely-hearaldea \i'la this otflelal
4 A XJ O-aporisored\ dance for STATE OF FLORIDA to: Lillian '"
soldiers. A' corner at the Y is team of Clark Gable and entries Is expected In the annual Wise when residence U; Cheater, A.(OFFICIA. SEAL! ) V.e. Il. 11
t amp' Blandlngr; soldiers will beheld being equipped to offer this ser The Woman's' Society of Christian Lana Turner, will be seen on the outdoor Christmas tree contest, otseeachueetts. Chari.Clerk.. Alllh'r.of "aid Court" 21 Th.t n,

'iH, In t h Armory Saturday vice. Buttons, darning wools and Service of the Methodist screen of the Florida Theatre sponsored. by the Woman's Club, February You are 2nd required 1S4I. to In appear the above on Atty. for Pit. Ja.koontlll, ",

rk; night, beginning; at 8 o'clock. sewing machines are needed. church will meet Monday after Sunday;, and Monday In "Honky the Rotary Club and the American uumvcl Court and cause, wherein -

All young ladles whoae namei are Have you anything to spare? noon at three o'clock at the conk' ," :described as one of the Legion. Nine prizes totaling Plaintiff' Telegraph seeks divorce shall publish, Bradford thin (1'Ii;' IRCI'IT ('GIRT. aaeej

Included tn the tlSO' Invitation Every effort will be made by church. Program.; and business season's'most daring: films. $15,. are being .offered. Order In next four weekly Issues OI'l\ITVr k.FLOIIIU. Moore IY l'k.ln!'i
,r b { t( list are cordlaty.Invited to 'at- the USO Clubs to Rive the men meeting. Gable's performance I. ,said to In 'order to compete; trees mustbe. Witness my hand and official sea;: tilt, V. Delb.rt Burn.tl Darner, ..,.
atf Fla., thin Dec. 11, 1641. .
,
Slarke G
,tend. and others :'yhp have not at Standing happy Christmas rival that, of his ,memorable placed outdoors or on open (!OFFICIAL SEAL) 'V #. Thorn. .ORDENoT Cure No 1464
i previously attended'-these' dance season With the present crisis, Boles-FierstoneMr ,?'Boom Town," and the beautifulLana' or'acre, ne 1 i ., may''' turn their'' name In at, the and the possibility\ of shortened, -1 : Turner has'made' her best from tour to 10 feet in height. Charles Miller Jacksonville, Fla STATE'O.rner.OF I"UHtInA to:

In' TMCA-UBO Club. or' completely cancelled furlough. i and Mrs 'Ernest ,C. Fler- i rote .to"' date:. The plot revolves This"year, for the first: time, Atty.t". for Plf.- North Battery C. p4th.. C."' Camp r'.ld1n,tAN .

r The regular Camp Standing a bigger part must be played by stone of Keystone Heights announce around what..happeM. ;when the prizes are also; being offered for roi'HT, nnAnponbrOt'NTY. You Carolina.' M.
CiRCUiT are I'-
al radio program over WRUF at civilian to make It easier forthose the marriage of' their .ullckent.. ',,smoothest man with a entrance ilecoration, which are IN LOHIHA" IN CHANCERY February ind.required 1942, to a .....'
1. a, 2:30 Sunday afternoon will be on who cannot.be. with their daughter, Virginia Claire, to' Pvt. deck of cards era line of chatter -' being especially encouraged. The Victoria Boncek Durkea, Plaintiff,' named Court and ciS.lh. *..J

the subject of "The Human Side own familles'at' this time. John M. Boles of Camp Blending' with, the girls. runs head-on "whole effect' will\ be consideredin 'Mass<"Vn.t| .. William No., 168.A.. Durkee, D.fendantr County Telearaphdshal ., B..t w.

., of the Soldiers Life In the Home hospitality will be one dn Tuesday, December. 8. Into a prim Boston belle who Is Judging trees; the, committee 'RDNOTICE PUBLICATION AND' Order l n next four weekly) J
.
i, ,i+l t Army." It will be' presented by of tha.most appreciated gestures i visiting Yellow Creek a roaring stated. STATE OF FLORIDA TO APPEAR to: William at Witness Stark",my Fla.band, and. otnr.W" ls
p' 't, chaplain and nurses from the that citizens of this communitycan PerryCookMrs. gold camp. The following cash prizes will A. Durkee whose residence \\n; 86 (OFFICIAL SEAL this) be,, IfI.\ 7 I.
I r Ut.ton hospital._ make towards soldier at the : Next Tuesday and Wednesdaythe be awarded: 1st $:3, 2nd $3, and Jew&>lea l York.Bfrret, Qleucovo, Long. ,leland A. Clerk nf said Court A J.II.'1\""
,a 1 present time Inviting them to Cook of Gunters- Florida will show Claudette 'I Charles Miller'
Callie
Volunteer are urgently needed five prizes of 91 each. You are required to appear on Atty. for Plf.ifiRB.121stUNNING. JlIl'kIOntUI\,,)
} t 111 at the YMCA to, help soldier homes for meals, for auto rides, vllle, Ala., announces the mar- Colbert and Ray MUland in "Sky
movie, picnic suppers, church lark" based the popular stage
wrap Christmas packages, and riage of her daughter Semple, to on Willis A. Kite
'Mrs., C. A. Knight chairman of services, fishing trips, etc. The drama, of the same name. ;
1 P. F. C. John L. Perry of Climax,
USO Clubs will act as a clearing
hr the committee, will be glad of Willis A. Kite, age 39 years, '
house, being in position to con Ga. The ceremony took place Ford Stolen _
1, I son of Robert Kite, died December .
J j,5 tact the men who need and will! December 3 'at the residence of
On Walnut Street 3 at the Veterans' Hospital at
be moat grateful for theRe prlvtIleges. Judge E. K. Perryman.
Hand In name a tone Denver, Colo. Funeral services : F:
of the centers now your! Men, women Mrs. Perry has made her homeIn Chas. McCoy, employe of the were\ held Tuesday afternoon at ? ., P

} O and children can all do something Starke during the past year, Starke Coca-Cola Company, suffered 3 o'clock at Crosby Lake Cemetery -
and is at Hlan- the loss of his 1937 blue Printed bright, gay color! On of rich
Just ask and you'll find Mr. Perry Camp the Rev. A. E. Lightfoot, jn paper vellum]
out! ding Their many friends will be Ford coupe Sunday night about pastor of the Baptist Church, of. i arid' antique weave! 12 handsome, white*,doublefold't !
glad to know of their wedding. 8:15 o'clock. It was stolen fromIn flclating. De Witt C. Jones had t envelopes to match! "

Franks Fine Food front of the Blanding Grill on charge of- funeral arrangements.Mr. U U I
GriffisTaylorOn Walnut St., while he was dining Kite Is survived by his ( uSIO <
Frank's cafe, In the old location witha friend. He was In the father and several brothers and FOR ONLY f!; ,

; of Pat's Chill Bar, and earlierthe Saturday, December 6. at 10 gl'I\1-onl\ : about 20 minutes, and I I slaters.IV 7

'*. is Magnolia'Cafe on Call street o'clock P. M. at Macclenny with had it locked. Since the steering i' OCTAGON J'\
will open tomorrow (Saturday), Miss wheel was locked the lock had "IIICTIT''rolHT. IIIIAI KOHICOl'NTY. 15
1 "F Judge Dowllng officiating KI.OHIOt I.V: CIIAMKHVIt. :
lti CLOTHINGTHIS according to Frank the owner. Ollie Taylor became the bride of to be drilled Into he said. I' )0:. Hodges' Jr., Plaintiff, v..
y i'p,' He will specialize In steaks, chops Aubrey J. Grlffls. Mrs. Grlffls Both the sheriff and the policeare Muriel Haddock HodgreH defendant. COUPONS !!
faun No. 1661.
t J YEAR WE HAVE and spaghetti. The whole place Is from Lawtey-the slater of in search of the thieves. The I: OUDKK OF PUBLICATION AND
has been remodeled and makes a i over'the NOTICE TO APPEARSTATE
141 theft was broadcast both
THE LARGEST Misses Ethel and Bertha Taylorof
OF FLORIDA to MurielHadtlo.k 1152
:
1 very attractive pot, The restaurant Jacksonville and Gainesville radio I
.
a6 SELECTION Starke-and was last year a Hodges, whose residenceIB
OF MENS
), can adequately take care of stations. ; 855 Went. 61 J..t Street, New York
sophomore in B. H. S.
Jt ,XMAS GIFTS IN THE about 90 persons at one time--40 i City. New York. -
You required to on
Mr. Grtffls( Is from Ralford, are appear
HISTORY OF. OUR around the horseshoe counter ando F. D. R. At Florida February 2nd, 1D42, In the above
in booths. has been In the Navy for the past named Court and cause wherein 4' ? "
'' ,STORE year and is now paymaster, stationed President Roosevelt's momentous plaintiff seeks divorce. Bradford
County Telegraph shall publlnh thu
fp ran 1 at New Orleans., Mrs. Grlf message to Congress following Ordet In next four. weekly leauea.Witnees .
fie Is temporarily with his the Japanese crisis will be my hand and official xoal ; '
Botany Ties ___,____ $1.00 par. at Stnrke, Fla., thin Dec. II 1941.lOFKK'IAr. ?
,., Federal ents at Ralford, but expects ,' shown In the news reel at the MKAt> A. :J. 'IlhomaeA. l
Knothe Expansion shortly to move to New Orleans Florida Theatre beginning Sunday Clerk of said Court. 13-12.41 1-2
('hal'I.. Miller, Fla.
Jacknonvllle
fit1 Belts _. __ ______ $1.00 Land Bank the management announces.CLASSIFIED. Atty. for Pit.TURKEYS S

J. II. Fields Elected _h __ __ _

i Curiee, Suitr $29.85, Head Of W. O. W.
ADS
-, (The Lasting.Gift). FarmsKnown
9 a The Woodmen of the World FREE! 3 Exquisite Full- FRBuutiflilltnra'lizlI > i iCmtrtle
Wings Sherts $1.65 & '$2 i members held their 'regular, an- -- -- --- AL5O TI UI Dinner Plates! Spa- ,A KperbV.
1 slab I till VallMl! Dcltc.to Ivory ror moth.tI l ir.
FOR SALE-Green pine FOR SALE-Reserve
,i, t nual election Thursday night December glMe--.tin..domnbC boned c.tumtD' *
Arrow Shirts ______ $2.00 'as O. O. Annis 4, at which time the fol- wood 15-Inch long Truck load yours now for Christmas.-Mrs. EFTS I dinnerwire, body, decorated erli,.htblu.,l "dj .n..iiBuilt
i officers were elected: (cord and a half, or more) $8 J. S. Plnkston Route 2, Box with famous ROM b..U to wiUutMd*r
lolng t end Poppy pattern!Each
10l Stetson Hats ___-. __ $5 'up Place. On, Highway Het- Council Commander-J. H. delivered.-H. B. Keroe, Lake 101. Alachua, Fla. 12-12 2tp r plat '"' .witlel Three. Ida 70 leu*(..<>
Butler. 123t :e plate for -
and Starke.
Florsholm'1 Shoes$8.95 tween Lawtey Fields; Advisory\! Lieutenant W. Oaly BS OcUiaa C_>!
; .up 81 Acres. Dwelling and T. 'Wade; Banker J. D. Griffin; FOR RENT One o-room furnished I I SETTLED LADIES WANTED- I rtEEl Sturdy SaKesa FtEE'Celes/Nth''

L'' 1 iy 1 Crosby Square Shoe $5.95 Lots of Outbuildings Financial Secretary! Lacy Cpn- cottage, electric, lights, From 21 to 35 years of age e .nd t.,1 4.4-qt.. pore.- Ideal.I't-bI, cara t
pf.Ry i iF,1 ir ,, way;;'Escort, John Allen; Sentry, running water. Reasonable. Also (married ladles preferred) to f Isle enameled aaucepan |)cflutifd, wsxdrt
"
;. act clerksln the V. F. W. with tincov.-.melod Bra
as delemb.e
. Allen Johns Auditors N. D. Bu.rneyr ,
'. .. ; a. 2room.apartment, fur in a pUaaiog mottled ar blurt
'A" Tom Warren Wesley Andrews nished, all screened., Inquire at Amusement and R e c r e a t ion lay: oil... 51 Dc..........
F,1 t'kil ,., Knbwn as Edwards Farm. ;'Physician, Dr. W E. Mld- Earlton Post Office. 12-5 2tp Center fgrom 7 p. m. till'' 11 p. N aghast CteHMt
t : >
,
5 miles NW of Starke. 100 dJetonI' m. >evenings. Good pay, clean BRING YOUR COUPONS TO THIS STORE '

FOR THE acres, 30 acres cleared After the meeting an oyster FOR RENT- room house, 3 1-2 work. and chance for advance- AND TAKE YOUR CHOICE OF 1000 FREE GIFTSI, '
SERVICEMANMaekinaws I' supper';was enjoyed': by all the milesnorthwest of Starke on ment. See_PbIl P. Vitkke at
i balance in woods. One members) at the A''Ie A Cafe. old Raiford road.-Jeff Lewis Western'' Union Office, Starke,
from 11 a. m. till 11:30: morn- GASSETT EXQIANGEiSTORE
_?>. _- $18.50Officers' house'and other outbuildings Starke,+ 1Z-5 2tp '
.', Ings or come to V. F. W.
Blouses I $19.50:up :- Woodman Circle rUHNISHKI: COTTAGES "on Amusement Center; Main Highway LOCATED STARKE HEIGHTS
Elects New Officers Lake Santa Fe, 5 miles east'ofWaldo. 48 at Gate A, Camp Blan -

Sam Browne Belts $1.50 up Electric lights, run- ding, after .8 p. m. evenings. Starke, .;... ,- 'Florida
Sold i The Woodman Circle membersof ning water. Inquire Lewi a Itp
,', Enlisted! Men's Starke Grove No. '278 met Jewelry Co., Gainesville, Fla.U

E'' Serge Slacks _.. $7.50 up On Long Terms I Tuesday, Dec 9, In regular session OPEN FOR BUSINESS -Annls
at which time the election of Lumber Co.. located one block
; 5 Officers Elastique and officers for the year 1942 was WOOD FOR SALE-Full cord fat North of depot, announces the
-
) pine turpentine faces and oak
and All-Wool opening of their mill. We pay
held.The $8 delivered. Just ,drop me a
'r following officers were cash at the ramp for logs delivered -
Gaberdine Slacks $7.95 Low Interest card.-L. A. Brown Brooker,
I elected: Guardian( yirgle Barks- Fla. 12-5 to us.. We have a stock SAVEYour
w .up dale; Past GuardIan Maude Andrews 5tp of all sizes and lengths'rough

t ; Advisor, -Emily Denmark; NIGHT WATCHMAN with 14. lumber. Free-all the sawdust ,

LOOK THESE FARMS Chairman of Auditors, Mary years' experience desires posi you need Annis Lumber Com

OVER AND SEE OR Kelly; 2nd Auditor, Ruth Carlisle; tion. J. A. Howard Starke, pany, Phone 165, Starke, Fla.
I 3rd Auditor, Battle Prevatt; Fla. Up 12.12 2tp
,, We Keep a Complete Line WRITE ChaplaIn Frances McIntyre; Attendant
Eunice Wilson; Assistant FOR RENT-large room, convene FOR RENT Large house on
4'1L', f1 of Military, Equipment Attendant, Eunice Box: Musician lent to bath, for two nice business Klngsley Lake. Modem con

R. W. Bryan Mae Green; Captain, Ethel Raymond girls. Hot water; reasonable veniences and accommodations .

; Counselor, Leona English; rates Mrs. A. H. Johns at for. two families. Phone 125-W
sat ,ALVAREZ 402 E. Main St. S. Reporter,' Ethel Chambers; Inner extreme South end of Church OF see Mrs T, T Long Starke. 1

P. O. Box 32 Sentinel, Mamie Stevens; Outer street. ltp IIP
ESTABLISHED 1894 Sentinel. M a r g aret Prevatt;
4 FOR SALE-pure bred spits FOR' RENT-Furnished
puppies cottage "
,
S r t
Gainesville Fla. Banker, Lola' Mayes; Financial '
-' J Secretary, Mae Bryan. ideal gift for a child. 2 bedrooms adults, $30 per car .
Mrs. J. G. Caldwell
State FarmP. month. Also 3-room furnished
After a short program and ( O. Ralford). itp apartment with bathroom and
business covered dish
'. -. ) session a
supper was enjoyed by all, with FOR SALE Cavalier electric lights, adults. $30 per month.- ,
g' A Line Of the circle members as hostesses range. Never used. Bargain at Mrs. L.. M. Clark 1 1-2 miles -m.
Now,Snowing Complete 1100. May be, seen at Brooks' out East Call street, Starke. tfCAIION Your monoy- ,

Singing Convention Trading Post, Camp Blanding. PAI'1-8!: 1-S x: U,
IS J. A. Brooks Box 428 Starke. 1-9 x: IS $3 per box-BRAD,

-it' n.4l'4..' "'..': Testmore'sr ., The Bradford, County Singing r 12.12 2tp FORD! COUNTY TELEGRAPH.
Convention will meet Sunday at wy *
r the: Baptist Church at .Lawjey. \' Your ....rfJ"-
There will'be'allday"singingarddinner : a1a'e ,
Jtl J.z: on the ground with.the) r : .
Make-Up Beauty president T, N. Norman. in DO 'YOUR XtaAS'SHOPPING' .

I charge Everyone Is cordially invited ''l\R

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jtIEKLY NEWS ANALYSIS By: Edward C. Wayne "

BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH }

nome Discloses' Plot to Kill Mussolini


of Revolt Plans
AJ Part Widespread ;

8T.\RKIC. VLO! IDA ."RIUOI""JoMnF..U." 12. IlK

Soviet Claims Gains in Bitter Fighting;


jfezis Stall British Campaign in Libya Twenty Years AgoB. I Session, of Army-Navy, Joint Board

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-- ,nTOR'.I NOTC-Wk.. .UI,... .'. ...r..... !. th... ..,lnm... the* ; 1
/pI..e..... of .... saw. ..'r" ... ..> .......pllf. .f this. ....s.....) H. S. Honor Roll 7th Grade: in advance her pet. a fine Maltese -
J 111...._ by;r W..t.rn M......p.r Union.) Leo Wiggins Ruth Sternberg, cat. to keep her company.The ---1

Gladys Williams, Mary Lee Wynn, feline Ia named Tom Alex

Pearl Manning,:. Merrill Struth, Rennolda and traveled first classas IIIIII
//y
Junior McDonell. express matter.A .
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repel r

candy pulling was enjoyed at Fi .r WASHINGTONWashington.
WANTED Purchaser for two 9J
the home of Mr. and Mr. B. F.
good mules. D. EL Knight, Starke.
Renfroe of Long Bridge last Fri.

day night. Among those present:

s. art The orange trees on N. B. Sir and Mrs. L L. Renfroa. Mr. D. C. (NWNS)-An
tj xq Hull's lot on North Walnut street and Mrs. P. S. Crews, Mr. and ; alarming public sentiment against
the week-kneed actions of congress Y
are bearing well.A Mrs.1 Miller Johns, Mr. and Mrs has become evident here following

Charlie McKinney, B. J. Supp andE. nation-wide attacks by newspapers
son wan born to Mr. and A. Sapp. pointing out that the majority of
Mrs. Sam Rosenberg at Green t representatives are afraid to pass

Cove Spilngs, Tuesday, Nov. 20th. Mrs F. A. Scott who Is work- r ; legislation needed by the nation.

Div kj114 Inn in the interest of the tuberculosis Mw The excuse that necessary measures

Mlnses Rhoda and Ruby Hen- Christmas Seal Sale, was LT' could not be passed without
P sponsorship .by the President was
nett of There a.ere here this In Hampton Saturday. made by several congressmen.
week taking the teachers' examination -
These statements started the fireworks
Above Is the first picture ever made of a meeting of the joint 1
Little Miss Cleo for It was a clear admission
Shephard entertained -
Urrt to rlhtt MaJ.
Shown are
board of 17. S. army and navy men. i
T a number of lends in Gen. II. M. Arnold army air corps chief! MaJ. Orn. William Bryden; that congress had delegated Its legislative -
E. K. Ferryman has been ap- honor of her eighth birthday anniversary Gen. George Marshall chief of staff) Admiral II. R. Stark chlrf of l function to the executive
pointed superintendent of the Monday. naval operations; Hear Admiral R. F:. Intrrsoll; Rear Admiral J. M. department and no longer felt thatIt
I was in a position to perform the
air' view made from a British bombing plane shows the result Method Sunday School and Towers and Rear Admiral R. K. Turner. task for which It exists.

.1\ aerial, bomb hits en enemy barracks near Blellaha Tripoli during took charge of his new duties last A fishing party from Hampton But the criticism grew even more

I Krtt' raid that preceded the British push Into Libya. The attack 1 Sunday.Mrs. composed of K.: Wiattemon.. 1\[. U. S. Battlewagon Battles Atlantic Storm heated when the house of representatives
I y,,pealed oat by planes which flew close to roof-height of the buildings. L .Watterson. L. J. Wynn and S. refused to approve legislation
? L. A. Rennolds of Raleigh, A. Dover have returned from the which the public has demandedeven

[ r KQME: RUSSIAN: N. C., who Intends to spend the I lakes of Clay County with 23 fish 'i It yr okay after Indicating the President that the fear gave of his offending 1

holidays with relatives here sent and other .
game.Finest minorities Is still/ upper
Revolt Victory DevelopsThe
,trim most In the minds of congressmen.
air of having quelled theN Russian communiques had I This was demonstrated In the vote
Q In', official: Rome had ad- developed the extent of the Red on the price control bill which the

rurttd\ ,that ever since the start of army's outstanding victory of the R w house passed only after Ant removing
I the vtc there has been a huge fifth war around Rostov and finally bad Oa&4He9e all of the teeth which were
vif**Hr *-* **8X*>Vas > ? s considered essential by the execu-.
claimed that General Von Kleist'sforces t
plump organization busily; engaged *
$ilLSja! ? tive department.
r I sbbo. age of the. nation's war ef- were fleeing from Tlmoshen- fm v For many months It had been

( (turt ko's armies right into a Soviet trap. predicted that the house would refuse -

Sixty of the leaders had already Germany admitting the retreat In Author of "How to Win Friend ;? to pass drastic legislation 'of
tees. wrested and tried It was re- the southern central front, bad this kind because members kept an
[ tnrtd and at least one plot to assas- sought to belittle! it as a mere "di- and Influence Pap!,." eye on the elections next November
| abate J'Iu 8olnt! had been quelled. version" attack, and concentratedIts and the action on this measure
made It evident that these prophecies
+Offidil Rome accused Britain and Interest on the holes its forces

i \HUM''of'' 'sponsoring the group, of were punching in the Moscow defense The were price-control correct. bill, as It passedthe

I fioancin it and directing it. ring.Kuibyshev. house, calls for a tve-man

Of chief Interest was the fact that declared that the ahat- board to control prices during the
I II:was centered in Trieste center tered remnants of Von Kleist's IT'S NOT IMPOSSIBLE IF YOU ARE emergency but actually gives the

.( the largest Italian Industrial con- army was fleeing westward along board practically no power, doesn'tpermit
...Jtrat1oland\ that much of Its acyty the northern shore of the Sea of DETERMINED, TO DO IT the control ef food prices f'
until they have gone up about 30
| had been the blowing up of Astw, and that between it and escape You will have to look at the map of Australia a long per cent higher than at present

| munitions factories. was another large Russian time to find Dean's Marsh and when you find it, you will Y and rejects any- control over wagesor I:

Though!\ it was' claimed: that 60 force which presumably had struck discover it has a population of 140. If you go out from the services. ,

! leaden had been arrested the Ste- southward from Kharkov and whose village about three miles you will find the home of a sheep Many congressmen admitted that
I stated that 11 actual cutoff of the German supply line was the measure was unsatisfactory/ but
\\Utl report
I perpetrators of many of the out- not only hampering retreat but rancher. And there in that house was born a girl by the SEl ) lI L decided to leave the formation oCan
name of Marjorie Lawrence.She effective bill to the senate. During
of the
[ sages were'still at large' meant eventual annihilation grew up on horses; led an outdoor life; helped take Released by the navy, this striking photo shows the V. S. 8. Mississippi the debate on the measure some
toted u taken from the plotters armies unless they could escape,by care of the other children milked the An as the great battleship plowed her way through heavy seas daring of the more virile congressmen
! we :450, pounds ,of high explo- sea ; cows Australian a storm In the Atlantic en her patrol bea>t. In war er peace the ship pointed out that politics were being
'. tins, 143 hand grenades, 75 incendiary (', sheep-ranch girl. making up the first line ef defense must always be ready to battle the played the expense of every; wag
i ; bomf..twqanactl.pe: guns 83 JAPAN: And then a very queer thing happened. A new country lements before taking en any, other "enemy," earner In America.

[ revolvers,rapid-fire pistols and thou- Exchange schoolmaster came along and instituted singing In the little Outside ef 'political considerations

wITII gf"rounds of ammunition President Roosevelt attemptingto crossroads school.: Marjorie's voice led all the rest Here Newsmen Quiz Japan's Diplomatic Envoys the ,,measure the only Mere sincere based objections on the to

'r. Iqh,the report was conftrma- clarify the Japanese Issue,. formally ", was something she wanted to do above everything else in tear of-putlog 1 too much power In

_fJ'I Many respects of previous ; bad placed before the Nipponese the world. Sing. But what chance was there for her, a "m th..baAda.ol th..x. .euUv. depart

t... of revolt and terrorism in government a demand thatIt country girl on a sheep ranch in Australia? ment. The feeling of the group

,Ih p, ,many observers wondered explain why Japan had sent ,so One day she saw a notice in "The Melbourne Sun" that which bold this fear was expressedby

|
I iiukll disclosure of the facts of the into Indo-Chlns. probably; a JumpIng was 18 years old and had no way of getting to Melbourne in "If delegate 1
we are going to mop
. !kr:si, at Trleste.BRITAIN off place for an attack on Thailand which was 90 miles away. But there was a way for Mar. vast powers of life and death control -

; or the Burma road perhaps jorie Lawrence! !r- of our system of free enter. .
: both. I prise to a of men who have
group
She got out her favorite horse, her brother put food in a J
L.b. Drive The President did not consider I fry ,,, said to the country that they do I j,
;'a'i pair of saddle-bags, Marjorie bounced on the horse and set 1 ''hi,
this demand an ultimatum. yi + not believe In It then I say there '
't'b4 British in Libya basing their'Ileral out for Melbourne. is no other course' to pursue exceptto
'- tactic on a split-up of the At the time the Japanese reply to At night she stayed along the way and as she rode by AI tl i jj* send. this bill back" to committee -
f Gentian mechanized divisions Into the President's request was being day she practiced her songs. Three days-it took her to 41 and by that action we will announce
get
handed to the state department in ,
twq parts met their first setback to Melbourne. .. '' to the American people that ,
Washington, Japanese newspapers congress ta.'not .a mere rubberstamp
t when General Rommel's Fifteenth, t
,
."filfciing recklessly and ferocious- Indicated that the steady rise of resentment Trial night carrie. The other girls had city,dresses; they ; that congress bas not surrendered .' ,
interferenceIn knew the of the world. All that Marjorie knew Us legislative prerogativeand
17'* London against U.: S. ways was .
1 according to the com- 1 "'
continu- that she wanted to Then her ) t. its dignity
uniauei, succeeded In reuniting. Far Eastern affairs was sing. name was announcedand
An analysis ef the votes of congress -
Fortunately for the British the ing. From Singapore came word she walked out in the dress she had made for herself lei during the last year however

unless was formed Inside the general that ships had been ordered to that back in the little farmhouse. .. clearly Indicates "politics,"

trap on the, Libyan "hump." And point to remove Japanese nationals And as she stepped on the stage, she thought only of her based on the theory that a politician -
from,British and Dutch possessionsin can best hold office if he always
I the royal ,navy; rapidly rushed reinforcements song. Fright passed. Confidence came. She wonl!
that area. The situation In the ; votes for appropriations but {
I ashore- the armies critical A taste of victory. She stayed in Melbourne and got a never votes for taxes or curbs'onany
Pacific getting more
[tattling on land .snaking landings daily. was job in a dressmaking shop sewing. With the money she groups ,

1 successfully at several points on thee President Roosevelt In his studied music.Studledtwo. The fact that the house withoutany
press
and then her father fanfare or objection votedwhat
years realizing how
conference at which he discussedhis
amounts to additional 10
British spokesmen at Cairo re- action stressed that the demandwas determined she was to sing gave her enough money to go x billion dollars for an veterans of foreign
| (*rd.d the incident! of the Juncture to a friendly nation with whom to Paris. Now she had all her time for study. __ wars and their families some
,
of" Ue| German)".forces simply as the United States was at peace and Three years after she arrived in Paris she made a sensa. This picture was made after Japan's envoys had seen Secretary of months ago, Is now being publicized X
..| of the downs in an up-and- hoped to remain that way. tional debut in the world-famous, hyper-critical Paris State Hull In ene of the "final" peace talks Bhown leaving the state as evidence of this attitude.
4owr Jht." said the imperial troops department and talking to representatives of the press are at kit The veteran bills which are now
]1114> not, lost their confidence nor But, he added, be had been disturbed Grand Opera. A debut so successful it was compared, by Ambassador K. Nomura and al right Sabure Kurusu special envoy. being considered by the senate pro
Tluehl! Initiative, and that British by reports of the large military the critics, to the debut of Chaliapin. vide extra pensions for the rela-'

I ptehanlzed forces and airplanes : concentrations already in Want to know where she is today? At New York's Metropolitan tlves and families of veterans who
)till Were dominating the fighting. Indo-Chlna. and by further reports Opera, and proclaimed its greatest dramatic Want Traffic LightA Christmas Wrapping were not In any way; disabled
that additional forces of all kinds, Both houses are now considering
Re'said: which soprano. Item: She is the only woman in the history of petition signed by a number Mrs. C. A. Knight has been measures to control labor and prevent

"In 'this fluid battle 'which had military had, naval been and sent air there bad exceeded recently the Metropolitan ever to ride the horse "Crane" in ,the of business men of Starke was named chairman of. committeethat strikes, but It Is expected that
'111ft 1 on the main front with fluctu- Ring cycle drama "Gotterdammerung" according to Wagnet's will wrap Christmas gifts for most drastic curbs will have to be
the numbers agreed to by
Council
UoIIs than presented to the City eliminated before affirmative
overan area of more own stage directions! The others have always walkedn Camp Blinding soldiers. Residents an
the Vichy government, which had last week that a vote be recorded. It Is believed
,800 square miles for many days requesting can
submitted under duress. meekly leading the horse. But Marjorie Lawrence rides. of Starke are asked to contribute that the President will haveto
'<* center. of gravity has altered traffic light be placed at the Intersection -
What wonderful thing Is determination! It doesn'tmatter boxes and other
there a paper wrap- appeal to the people to fore
On of this he said were
almost enemy's top
the and .
daily 'as our or of Call street
; sending what the obstacles are; the only thing that countsis ping materials which will be through any adequate legislation although -
nia massed reports that Japan was now
tank .con ltIJ n'lons' Temple avenue-where Road 13 It is apparent that h. would
reinforcementsmany how much determination you have. It took Marjorie placed on a long table al the
cr Itttok'or counter-attack to lode-China comes Into Starke's principal much prefer to leave the formation
times the numbers alreadyon Lawrence from a sheep ranch and put her in the famous YMCA for the convenience of ser
That was as clear: a picture a* U street from the north. I of such &legislation entirely In the
vice men. Ladles who will volunteer
hand. Metropolitan Opera.What's bands of .
val possible- to obtain. It was not matter! congress.
the
The Council took
to help wrap package: in The settlement of these domestic
>.sever; immediately discernible News" under'l advisement and .Instructed the evening are asked to notify Issues has for mars weeks overshadowed

'r-jra Ota4war( snap where Berlin I MISCELLANY r I the U. S. WheatAt City Clerk Cart Johns to"contact I Mrs. ''Knight1 BflM Margaret. the war issue itself In
Wfl 'worried over the situation any- the city of Waldo to ascertain I Erskine at the YMCA.Commissioners spit* ot'th.'great tension over the
Wl'tle more confident, had whether Starke might exchangea Japanese situation Fears over the

,, to_ che.T'about yet.'TRIKE Tekyet Telling the people to be "flasher light" fora, "stop possibility of war In the Paclflo as i
Meet
well the Atlantic
as on were somewhat
Informed
ready for anything the press "
light allayed by a report by Secretary
:
the British .
Japanese that Pauper allowance of $5 per Knox. who paid "The United

'oiZ Settlement were about to Invade Thailand- t c xC Y Executive HereL. month was granted Dave Holderat States today bas the greatest navyin
usual Axis prelude to an invasionby the world. We are prepared to
of the
!'Vildant: Roosevelt disclosed de- the regular! meeting
forces. meet any emergency which
Its own may
Mr of the settlement which bad '. J. Tompklns. of New York Board of County Commissioners. arise on one or two oceans."

." rted the rail strike of 1.200,000 Cleveland The first rlvetless all- City chief personnel officer of December 1. Solomon Kite was Reporting on the size of our navy
,' IIIUsbers of the brotherhoods and to be turned out ray the Y. M. C. A. In America looked discontinued from the pauper the secretary said: "We nave 11
tank
**t resulted In an estimated pay welded was in the local U. S. O. last roll. battleships with IS more building
this month at a factory here. The 7 aircraft carriers with It more
ti eau'.Of 200000.000 to $300,000- new tank will be called the M4.Chlcagei week on a brief tour of Florida. E. W. Hayes was voted J30O building. 37 cruisers with 54 more

He also visited Miami Jacksonville for clerical help I In the Tax building 172 destroyers with lit
The basic pay of 350.000 operating St. Augustine and Daytona AwujBuor's. office. The following more building, 113 submarines with
A city an
.ofcloyees was raised 79 cents aIt. great gave Beach. made application for Widow's 73 more building" He also said that
r '*!.. The base pay of 850,000 nooaUng outstanding welcome to the Sun pensions: Mrs. Anna Baxter, Floy the navy has 0,800 planes Including
<*" workers was raised 80 new morning newspaper publishedby Thomas Mrs. C. C. Jones. and trainers.
Marshall Field III with more IV.ew Jewelry Store
'h ; :
+ < a day. Mrs. Pearl Simpson l all r'
than had
fanfare
&ep U's Were i made retroactive to pre-publlcatlon ever greeted the formation of a 4a Harley F. Strong Inc., has Starke. Boy Scout Meeting
bet 1 partial basis of
on a store In the
{Ih newspaper. 7vL.areac..A. opened a jewelry Scout No. TO met In
Boy Troop
"yai.es. Call
front of the Military Inn on Building New Office
**tr a wages to be paid out Mrs. Is In charge. the Scout huts last week.
street. Strong
..V willtipoximately Leadean The British passenger j&At
-.' C the retroactive$47.000.000 agreement or ship Uerlooes, trapped when SlalsbardR 11. S. This Is only temporary as Mr. Dr. L. H. Jennings Is buildinga Scout Floyd Green was advancedto
off the English coast was Chicago's btonwtUaaJ Grata Strong has leased a apace In small frame office on East Call rank of Second Class and
the ,
(I. $ 110O.000 a month. grounded rrr........1'' N ...... Is tdcfned
r. ]let -,December 1 the ratesi located by Hail airplanes and swift. M he strive a' 1M 1DJIe IBe.BseU and flay ...... Patsy finest LOT wheatsale Heal Blanding Center at Call and Wallet street which he hopes to bave Scouts Edgar Wilkinson and
taD ly destroyed; by; bombs Some of rB.rt I* Me ebJe hesld.M SM, sifts the susttoa's streets u soon as It la com completed within four weeks. R.
i'1".1. however were to be Its cargo had been salvaged before BeeaeveU. Be returned .. the C. 8. the Pillsbury Trophy which It pleted. He also has a jewelry H. Mathe Son are the con- Steve Weldon were awarded merit
> W victor
month relersoe
lse4 about $20.000,000 a elPaaAmertcas wen let 1. E. )
a
1 the bombing started. a the flns west-been light store at Camp Blanding. tractors. badges In swimming.
observers figured. Africa. Meat. I
) clipper..fa-eas '

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called President Kootavalt to
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83,000-ton battleship Prince of "aeti of some irrttponublt leaders" 5(1

w w t Wale, electrified -Singapore and oultida hit or, nil tiGpr..uma6/y e ; (

was accompanied by the announcement .dg at the CJ.O.COMMANDOS. .
M from Washington that launch

p togs of warships during Novemberby

the American navy had totaled :

snore than on.. a day.
!Make SortieThe
In addition to the huge battleship

v i whose Identity was revealed at British Commandos tipped in

t 1t least one other capital ship had these columns as about to become .

_ 14'' t, ) ,been sent to the Far East by Brit- active again worked a sortie on AIL s isVV.r W itVVV +4a

: ln, and the fleet, under Admiral the Normandy coast and returned

I rf ( >)c p Tom Thumb" Phillips, was of with only one man wounded. Vin.t .
r3)):y considerable proportions. British sources felt that the official DEPARTMENT 7446 VIGOROUS vuuritoeLTS : $lUSNO VVVVy..t
COMMUNICATION FINDS rTSELF Ill& HEAVY
the Germans of
recognition by
As to American launchingthese :
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ALMOST SUNK UtJDBCL Flflt""", CASUALTIES-
bad included the 35,000-ton battle- the attack made by the group was 7.

ahlp Indiana the' Iff,000-ton; 'Ugh,; the best proof that at least some of 't

cruiser 'four .Its. objectives had been ..accomplished.
Cleveland destroyers Farm'Income at Peak I
and a submarine, added to many I a Twenty-Year I
at' other smaller craft. What made the landing on the

I French coast particularly notable,
+ I Keels were laid during the month however was the Issuance' of a m f enjoy quiet evenings: at laG..... But my hatband it facially Inclined

9 I, for 'one cruiser, nine destroyers and statement of sharpest criticism likes on the go corainua Uy. There it alwayt torn pretty woman: to Ui!

t a three submarines, Washington re against the British high commandby to hit line of talk. To me it seems that of a college boy.

eald.i a retired naval officer and hero of HEALTH NORRIS
KATHLEEN
i Prime Minister Churchill announcing the last war. Admiral Keyes, founder By LEARN HOW TO LIVE

!' as the ships arrived that and trainer of the Commandos.He Ay AKTIE M'OOVCRN smart women In this

reinforcements were being sent to accused the staff of preventing r THE I are those who re- To learn how to live yon

1I the Far East, said this had been the use of this body of men for that you have to mutt first learn how to
erg mad. possible by increased American several months when their use along with others.One of th
I with somebody.That .
aid in the Atlantic bearingout properly "might have changed the rll f i fl ,.t :' rf The Best Exercise:! for live in peace saddest stories in the world'it

the general feeling that the character of the entire war." I is, if you want to live, in that of the older woman wh

.H 1 U. S. navy was picking up much oft Also Included was a brief description Abdominal Organs the true sense of living. could never with
UM load in that ocean. 1 Thla is one of the oldest of exercises -
Mends
which made One such woman lives in a and and
of the Commando but still one of the best. I family conic

,WOMEN: the Normandy attack men wearing It is unsurpassed as a trunk exercise -, city not far from the country quently now finds herself

black uniforms, their faces blacked because its effect is chiefly on town where I am writing a alone. To really live, IIIJ
In F.,O-w1.A toe? .- .
} Uniform with burnt cork choosing a moonless the abdominal muscles and the in

r.ir: J i Churchill had solemnly told the night, armed with Tommy guns, F9 r1; 1 ternal organs with beneficial result comfortably rich woman who Kathleen Norris you mui
learn adapt yourself toother's o
I house of commons that with AmerIcan Bren guns, knives and clubs, and rror = T' 1 in reducing large abdomens. Those : they say was once quite a to
individuals .who have lost tone in interest as readilyto ft
aid and increased tempo of sworn to achieve their objective no their abdominal muscles may find I beauty and a belle. Her young The
worn
British production the crisis of material matter what the outcome. By L. ELLIOTT it difficult but if few your own.
Most of the major industries continue quite you cannot i husband died only a years likes oui
P1 ri was at an end but that 1942 They returned with only one.man I President. LaSalle Extension to operate at close to capacity. conveniently alt up and touch your marriage leaving her whose husband to go

would b. dominated by a new crisis wounded slightly through the arm Some'factories making less essential I toes at first, you may aid yourselfby ,f after .' should !try to enjoy going out

-that of man and woman power. by a machine gun bullet. The Germans University civilian goods have had to curtail raising the right leg up hands with one son. with him even though At

said they "had been repulsed Merchants in agricultural regionsare production but the opening of I straight over bead and kick the She married again unfortunately, prefer to stay home uu
H. asked authority to draft 1,000.-
plants turn out right leg down toward the floor may
new equipped to considerable
t with losses." continuing to experience large ; and was divorced, with the deem'she ,
I
000 more. men Into the uniformed heavy Increases In sale as the result of military supplies, has more than with a swing, pulling yourself to a bitterness on both sides for the see read a book. If

services, also to begin to'draft EXPLOIT Increased farm Income which has made up for these losses. The general I sitting position with the kick. end husband had wasted not only a may find that her hiubavl

women, also for service in uniform : put more money into the farmer's average of business activity In Lying flat on the back extend but some prefer someone el..'. con1
n though combatant work would b. By NazisTwo pocket than has been there for 20 all parts of the country remain both arms straight beyond the large part of her fortune hen.
done only by women who volun years Farmers are now receiving high and is' expected to continue head palms together. Raise the of her son's a. well The son later pany to

t i leered.t Nazi airmen will go down In $2.40 for every $1 they received on this plateau for some time. body to a sitting position without sued for his share and she hasn't

history as two of the most daring nine years ago and their Incomesare Price. Up 30 Per Cent. bending the knees and try to touch seen him as a consequence, for affected wr t
Many other changes were to be and Imaginative! of prisoners of war. still rising. The new prosperityof Some farm prices decUned during : your toes with the finger tips. Re- more than twenty years. degree that almost

mad In the conscription structureas Escaping from a''British prison farmers, making itself felt Justin the early fall months, but they are peat six times, counting each time Two nieces in turn have tried living mind.

Britain prepared to enlist the camp, they got British flying coats, time for Christmas buying has still about 30 per cent above a year ;you touch the toes. Those who still with Aunt Carry but with both "My daughter by that marriage

services of the nation's full poweron : copied the buttons by carving them brought about a larger early Christmas ago. Prices of grain cotton and encounter difficulty may raise both she made life so difficult that each with her father; his mother, who)
meat animals but feet up and as they kick the feet
the "right little tight little iile." trade than In any previous dropped prices from the beginning s'''
interfered
I from wood and covering them with year. Generally merchants catering of truck crops, fruits dairy products I down swing up and touch the toes girl presently went her own way. Influenci
old to be her
jh Men 18ft years were tinfoil and had them sewed onto to farmers report a sales vol. chickens, and eggs, have held with the hands. Each morning Now this dreary old creature lives our marriage used I It.'

called: up. The age for compulsory I their under uniforms. ume gain of almost 20 per cent overa up well. Several of them have however, they should try this exercise alone in a )large mouldering house, prove that before the divorce C

military service was to be raised They then walked brazenly into a year ago.Purchasing. moved higher but not nearly so until they can comfortably sit quarrelling with her cook and exacting made arrangements to marry -:

from 41 to 51 yean. British airdrome, announced they power in many com rapidly as they did earlier in the up without raising the legs from devoted attention from a my present husband and genera brt,
the floor. caused a
This, he said, would'yield 2,750.000 had been assigned to bomb Dutch munities and throughout every part year. handsome French chauffeur of about to discredit me. This

men. He asked also permission to '. airports, got Into a bomber and took of the country Is also being In. Not, however all Is clear because gain the for the prices farmer he. 24. to whom she says she is going to with my brother, who and Is lost my *
withdraw' a government promise creased by the large new manufacturing husband's partner
off. Knowing they needed, more has to pay for what he buys and leave all her money. The French
that no men under 20 would be sent fuel to get to (heir destination they to plants that are being put up many of his operating< costs have man has been engaged for two yearsto many friends

overseas. He want., he said to send landed again 100 miles away and ployment produce In defense these materials.furnishing Em- also risen. Farmers are paying an attractive American girl, a "I have a little girl one year oil

f 'them overseas at a minimum of 19 asked tor gasoline.Suspicious many persons plants with larger Incomes the highest wages since 11 years SIX waitress, but his despotic old em- Not feeling particularly Interested j

years.. airport attendants suggested and in that way increasing ago and in many communities good e ployer has forbidden him to men- the sort of social contacts that
As to the women for the draft, farm labor Is scarce. Although the quiet
they have a bath and a their ability to buy more products of tion her or see her.. husband makes, I enjoy jrt
costs services and
be explained he wants the right to of and most commodities radio i
industry of agriculture. books and
conscript: single women between 20 luncheon before taking off. The are higher they have not gone INCHSERMON Eternally Complaining. rungs with incUn
Nazis were reluctant to take off People in cities also have more up as much as has the', cash in- Another dreadful old woman of home. But Calls socially
> > "and 30 ;years old for the uniformed their clothing. money to spend and they are Increasing come received by the farmers my acquaintance is penniless and and likes to be continuaUy OD
services though not for combat !Is ales
t '" While they were )In the bath their their purchases of food as Next year farmers are expecting alone supported by a daughter and go. and. as I say there b
unless they volunteer. "It was the well aa of other products. Indus. even better conditions for they are woman to listen tt
garments were examined and the po..I.ble. some pretty
who her rarely as
son see as
indication that with modern trial rolls and IW
.first pay employment are already planning to produce more it seems
false buttons discovered. They line of talk. To me
mechanized *war women might be were steadily rising In spite of dislocations and prices are likely to be somewhat She is a strong, husky woman I wd I feel w. thou
arrested and sent back to the prison among some industries that higher. The 1943 farm of 60 eternally complaining and criticizing. a college boy.
Just as acceptable as men for the program REV. ROBERT H. HARPER such nonsense
f fighting services. camp. are having difficulty in getting calls for greatly expanded .- She says she hates the have abandoned

enough raw materials. During each production of meat, dairy products daughter's husband and that the ago.

;HOW MUCH: BULLITT: of the last six months, employment eggs fruits, and vegetables. By Christian Stewardship son had no business to marry while Always Facing Trouble.

A New Job has exceeded all previous levels. providing plenty of food the farmer Letaon for December 14: 11 Corlnvthlont hlr mother needed him. that I must stay Y1
\!Aid to Reds? The total amount being paid out will not only be making his Income 01 199/ : 6. 7. This woman tried boardinghousesfor "If I plead Cal says WI
William C. Bullltt, former ambassador to employees Is 40 per cent higher larger but will also be adding Golden Barbara Ann. lea
Ttxti 1 and
There was quite a controversy than it Corinthian 41 2. :years; the meals, the service the street
to France, had been given anew was at this time last year. to the food supply of the nation. take her across
raging In lease-lend quarters in and Important assignment by Average weekly earnings for each Harvesting was delayed in many; Most readers of the New Testament and her fellow boarders in an! $f her with his mother. But 1 D

Washington when it was revealed worker are about 20 per cent parts of the country by unusuallywet may not have realized how them disgusted her. Now she .aa of her treatment of JIIIa
the President, that ot special approve
envoyto important
that the October and November higher weather during the fall months. a place it gives to the one room a two-burner gas stove, She spoils her other aracchildren'
the Libyan area especially to doctrine of stewardship. Think of children.
promises of aid to Russia had fallen the and a bathroom four doors down the dreadfully and would pr
lease-lend instance
study needs. many in which Jesus
I far short of being carried out. i The former ambassador's mission !1OTICB' OP APPLICATION: Witness my hand and official seal taugnt and illustrated it. We would hall and cries when you meet her mine if I let her. Cal. spur
The but Foil T'X DEEIt4aesate : at Starke. Fla. this Nov 26. 1941. because meals prepared and eaten tolether but
reasons were four-fold conclude that, apart from downright in school
to the
ti was cover entire Near Bill No. 1113) (OFFICIAL NEAL I were snddon't
) A. J. Thoma.
back of them all was an apparent I East including the Nile river area. NOTICE! IS .HroYhoa All Clerk of laid Court 11-2841 12-19 unbelief failure in stewardship alone are so lonely. have drifted very much .part
r' inability of those in command to de- the Red sea and possibly the Per- Tax That Charley .:. of Louts !fl. Joel, Jackionvllle,. Fla. 1 Ia- the great sin which Jesus Her daughter Is not strong and has care to be under oblilalU

,i } ride: whether to send all Russia sian gulf. Xnd day Certificate o* September No. 435,A.Untied 1935 the, Ally, for Pit.IR'I'.T condemns. three small children but when Mr*. her when it comes to leaving *

asked, and whether if !it was sent, The In haa fund came In my rtPc... and (- In Old Testament times the tithe, Vee occasionally calls she sits in for an evening or s w
campaign north Africa IV bara Ann
the
has made application for a tax deed COIHT. BRADFORD tenth of a man's goods was required -
It would arrive at usable points President Roosevelt felt, is an important to be laMued thvreon. Said certi ('OI'\TV, FLORIDA HIANCKHY. In the New Testament we the parlor like a stranger. Her son'swife end.
and in good time. ficate embrace the following. de- was In the hospital seven nowadays 10
and ; are required to all hard
for give
severe testing ground scribed Ell Ide. Plaintiff, v.. Ethel Ide, we can. 'It la very <
In the
Asked why this was authorities American-made arms, and the ultimate Bradford.property State of Florida County, to-wlt of: otherwliie known a. Ethel Kaplan, Surely in doing this we should not months last year with a broken trustworthy maid for they
+ bad responded first that there was a success of the effort there maydepend Cum nt a pt. 106 ft H of NW Cor Defendant. Can* No. 1627.OHDKR give less than the Old Testament spine, and paid a' housekeeper all a after war.tlme $lobi ,
considerable lack of ships to carry of NWU of NW 4 run 8 56R ft, OF Pl'BMCATIOM Hebrew. that time. Mrs. Vie said she never all running a Whousekeeper !
on the rate at which replacements K 521 7t, N 6i* ANn NOTICE TO APPEAR and I am
Ft, W 625 ft to salaries,
the materials; .second there was of damaged machines can be bear. See. 31 Twp. f H. K. J2 E., STATE OF FLORIDA to: Ethel I I in Some may think of stewardship could forget the way Emily acted and won't tak.IUIt.u J >
difficulty getting the British to per made Containing 6 Acre, more or I.... Ids otherwise known a. Ethel reference to money alone Realize when she and Jacky were first mar do It
The aHM Kaplan, of 920 E, 174th Street that it applies to all that I would rather
ement of the nld prop a man one.
United States to cut down taro
mit the
on The President was asked by the erty under the aald certificate I.- Bronx New York has and Is. He Is a steward of his ried and their troubles weren't hers, It kills me. My husband
British aid sending the material to newsmen where Mr. Bullltt's head cued wan' In the name of Mr. Annie You are required to appear 01 I time. Jesus said that men shall anyway. in domestic duties.
E. January 8th., 1841. In the above interest
Pettit.
Russia; third there was a lack of quarters would be, and where he Unless said named Court and cause wherein I be judged for every idle word they: The women who drift into this sort him information as to whether Russia could be reached. The President redeemed accord certificate In. to, taw Khali the be plaintiff aeeka divorce, Bradford I speak. What must we think ot the of isolation in old age always have "How can I cure seriolu D

really could handle 350,000 tons a chuckled and said "In a plane." property 'described therein .In. be County Order In Telegraph n.xt four shall .publlnh' this idle hours they ,spend? Hardly' a wonderful reasons for It. They will landerln'? It II never give
month at the port of Archangel. old to the hlKhent bidder at the weekly lanueii. church in the land would languishor foolish and I have
Bullltt was to fly there and fly back court house door Witness my hand and official seal tell you of them at length. Just U
Because of a shortage of docks, on the firm Mon\ at fltarke, Fla., thia'28th day of fail for lack of qualified workers the wrong impression 10111
In
and make his personal report on his day the month of January. 1943 November Uti.OFP'ICIAL A Flirtations Husband.I .
the stuff would have to be unloaded which' Is the 5th day of January, If persons of talent would fully I am In the !least J"1. Bul
1 observations to the President as tau, ( HEAL) A. J. Thomas consecrate themselves unto God am wondering whether Laura Is
on the ice, they said and might b.lost A. Clerk of eald Court. 11-641 12-2 more amused than sob J
wasted. soon as possible. Dated this Ilth day of November Waybrla-ht are Waybrla-ht. Jacksonville The lesson gives us the secret of going to be one of those old women. wa1 In rh
Is any
or 1841.OFFICIAL. Fla. Attya. for Plf.I.V good-stewardship. They who like there
I She is only 31 now. but the letterI a goodvbs
'" The Russians replied that unloading BRIEFS: ( SEAL A. J. Thomas the Macedonian Christiana first give make him appreciate
Clerk of circuit Court of Bradford have from her indicates that she and a
"(h on the ice was a regular] thing, Paramaralbet American County Florida. 11-41 4t 11-11 : CIRCTIT COrHT BRADFORD their own selves to the Lord" will and a lovely cbUd. l8erlllc-
is the track
troops already
r : on wrong the
"-OI'NTV. FLORIDA IV CHANCERY not withhold anything from God. willing to make
and that they could handle all the etlt9
occupying Dutch Guiana In behalf The rather proud of. herself for being I didwould
lesson also criticism
lifts
the
material that way. One Washing. of the government In IV: ( .R"t'.T''OtRT. BRADFORD M.: D. Duke. Plaintiff va. Hazel up shining endure the b.
exile receiveda there.
f Ionian who believed the nation (COI'NTY FI.OHIU4I 151 "'H.\II: Dukes, Defendant. Cane No. 1839. example of generosity that we were first married. 1
hearty and simple welcome. CICKV.: ORDER OF PUBLICATION should ever have before u*-the This Is part of the letter. It comes suggestion.isn't ."
should send the promised aid said: French Crystal McClavern Plaintiff va. AND NOTICE TO APPEAR Christ ful for the ad
press reports pointed to the who surpassingly rich became from Pittsburgh Pa. letter
Maxwell D. .
"The Russians can do the unload- McQavern Defendant. STATE OF FLORIDA to: Hazel hopeleSS
incident as a forerunner of Amer. Cane No. 1619.OttfER Duke, whose address. Is unknown. poor, that we through his poverty "How am I to deal with a flirtatious that a What sae
ing. They have no unions and are ican OF Pt'nLICATKW You might be rich. Be then an situation? .
I attempts to occupy Dakar. The are required to appear on husband? writes Laura. "He hopeless LXbaps .
willing to work 24 hours a day. Theyare troops in Dutch Guiana I AND NOTICE' TO APPEAR January Sth., 1942 .In the ..bov.nan..t abundant sower and a cheerful giv to such a woman?
were sent HTATK OF Is In other a perfect dear say
11 their FLORIDA to: Maxwell Court and cause, wherein er-that every way stublomplacent
inefficient but
wllllngnes you may bountifully
reap beat your
there to protect bauxite mines. D. Mrllavern care flf F. Mc- plaintiff ceeke divorce, Bradford but he does like the ladies( He andI "Go
: and be loved
: of God. Above' a
( makes them effective. I Oraw & Company, Hamilton. Ber Cnuoty Telegraph shall publish; thus all. bead against .11LrUJIII''
fib' 91 Then there were some who frank' Chicago: Twenty-five hundred A. I muda. Order In next. four weekly" lnauM. "It la required in stewards that a first met three years ago, whenboth little Un
F. of L. freight handlers ended their I You are required to appear on Witness mv' hand and official seal man be found faithful"STENOGRAPH were unhappily married. My up the stiff
ly believe the promise made to Russia 'January 5th., 1>41, In the above at Htarke. Fla., this December 2 in which keep 10Ul'o tm
strike here ,
under terms of first husband was who all
an a man was
7+ was too large and impossible, agreement named Court and cau... wherein 1141 live on the terms
which plaintiff aeekn. divorce and E R 8 NOT1 I but unbalanced learn to
under the condition. of gave them a 12Vi cent custody: OFFICIAL 8KAL A..1. Thomas mentally 'Jealous,
!
carrying an hour pay Incre.... of child.shall l Bradford County Telegraph A. Clerk of said Court. 11-5 4t 12-2 PADS-15o e a a BRADFOKJ unreasonable and changeable to a beside yourself
Ii put. publish this Order Jn Bam B. Wilson Jacksonville, Fla.
: '-i next four weekly' luu... Atty.' for Pit. COUNTY TELKQRAm.

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fabric gloves Is being achieved by

JY'S FIRST MONTIIS ARE IMPORTANTA either gauntlet or mosquetalre tops


.. hnby leave the most comforts-- gradually Introduced Into his fare. i'yY s4 h done with in simple tiny crocheted crocheting flowers decorated or t o ems.' Ii

tRod most protected will Tim second step (though all these tiny ruffles that finish the top edge rk '
borne
r .ier know when he'I* into Important thing are really happening and then go meandering down the '. > :
'h. world. Some psychologist say ta the baby at once) i* to establish glove 9.
I all our lives we unconsciously good habits of sleeping and I I
that Wool suits and dresses .
lon' for the security of the preoatal eating. Mother have been so im- are cunningly "'" I
month Yet in Iplte of this pressed with the Importance of hab detailed with pockets crocheted

reluctance to face the business of formation that come of them have of yarn In either a matchIng .). I,
living his own life the baby within gone lightly schedule mad. Habits or a contrasting color. A

lour months manages to almost are really very simple to build up. crocheted patch pocket embrotd 't-
double his weight learn partial As proof of this think bow easily ered In your monogram will add a

control of his muscles acquires bad ones are acquired. You don't 4 s thrilling touch to your long middy.
habits, either good or bad. of eating have to be clever or learned In psychology like jersey sweater
{ and sleeping, get acquaintedwith to teach your baby proper
the members of his family habits. But you do have to be faithful Other Ideas Include a border of:

who give him dally care and often about feeding and putting! him crocheting that widen tlio brim of:

develops a sense of humor. to bed on time so that it will became your gay colored felt hot Add a

Quite a program of growth education second nature for him to eat bag and belt with related crocheted Chicken a la King for Fifty
social adjustment and per. and sleep regularly. detail. ,'.1'.." ,
: Cover big button mold with ;
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tonality development. Certainly This doesn't mean that your !li a plain crocheting adorned with an ;- > vv.,, (See Recipe Below) ,

anyone so intent on helping himself baby's schedule is a dictator that applique of crocheted flower Designers I!
at s young baby deserve our most should rule your life and your Church Supper Ideas
Intelligent cooperation.The home. The very tension created by are also bringing genius to THIS WEEK'S MENU
first thing 1* to see that he such a fearful attitude may do your x play in the crocheting of scar ft and
) What la so as a grand, big
gets food which agree with him. child more harm emotionally than .r ? vR triangular head coverings In act. gay Chicken a la King
the
Breast feeding for the first sevenor the benefit he will derive from regularity there Is no end to the charming and get-together full of Informal fun
eight months of the baby' life because a child soon sense unique uses now being mad 01 hum of pleasant conversation and Scalloped Potatoes
gives him his be'"' chance to develop when he I la the object ot hurried, crocheting plenty of good food thrown into the Sunset Salad .-

Into a healthy strong young door-die ministrations. All your efforts bargain? A church supper, of Bread and Butter i

ster. There are.. of course a few to have your child take routine course!
circumstances under which a moth for granted, which i* the obJect The fun will take care of Itself Assorted Cakes

er should not nurse her child most of habit training are defeated and and the food-well, almost If you get I Coffee
KNITTERS
of which have to do with the state through your own lack of a relaxed have ,tgonelatopartnership the right amount I: Recipe given
of her health.- and matter of course-acceptance of
A cow' milk mixture prescribed your part as teacher and example: w of It, for the cook :
by the physician, together with or- letter. So fit your baby's scheduleInto with fashion on a ,e 9 VL iQp Ing' a* simple I Mix= just until the dough hold together.

ange juice and cod liver oil will your day as conveniently as vast scale this see as only simple Divide dough Into fourth ,
supply the remainder of the baby' possible-not into your neighbor' son. kr .< can be. Chicken' and make % at a time. Roll on a

diet for the first four month.. After day or a professional nurse' day- Now that the movement at a treat any way] floured board pat to H Inch thickness .

that, cereal egg and vegetable are and then be faithful to It. Is on, women nPATRICIA you serve it, but cut and place on baking sheet.

who crochet or knit :r fiel t, ':' very easy to prepare Bake 12 to 15 minutes In a hot (450!

are finding the per. DOW t'' and serve If degree, ) oven until golden brown.

feet answer to their you do It this time-tried old-fash Scalloped Potatoes

:' HOUSE New NecklineDeep Christmas gift problem in these ceives it I I. the most attractive ioned, favorite way ladled out of a (Serves 50)

-rrJ- I erstwhile "homely arts" which this striped crochet weskit shown to the big kettle with plenty of cream sauce 10 pounds (8 quarts) sliced potatoes

I I season have come triumphantly right in this group. The "original" onto feathery light hot biscuits! 2 quarts hot milk

into their own. t II worked In shades of brown, beige Chicken or Turkey a la King. Vi cup flour

HOME The play of imagination brought and white with border trimming of I (Serves SO) 1U cups butter ,

to bear in interpreting the knit-and. solid crochet However there are 4 4-pound chickens stewed then S tablespoon salt

crochet theme In modern costume other color schemes that will strikean .l cut meat into pieces I tablespoon pepper
i
design is winning the admiration of equally pleasing note such as, Or Peel potatoes before weighing. Be-

.d./ the fashion world. One of the hap : for Instance, holly red pine green 1 18-pound turkey stewed or fore measuring, peel and slice. U

S; i pleat outcome of the present craze and vivid yellow with highlights of roasted, meat diced large cut In two lengthwise before

, liAuihot E e> Siesta MatT'e Kltthen 'eeal for things knitted Is intriguing bat white or flashes of starry-night blue.It 1 pound fat (chicken or turkeyfat slicing. Into six baking dishes puta

and bag sets like the stunning two may be worn over blouses or asa end butter mixed) layer of potato then a slight layer

some shown to the left in the illus vestee with jacket suit*. 4 cup flour of flour and repeat until all potatoes

By MARY E. DAOUE tration. It Is almost unbelievable Well and look who's here belowIn 2 gallon* scalded milk are used. Dissolve salt, pepper and

author of !.&.! Mary K tebea. that so much chic and charm can b. the picture I If* a darling soft 1 pound fresh mushroom or 2 butter In hot milk. Pour over potatoes .

'Even if'you'fall: ahort' f original- achieved at'so little expenditure ot cuddly little poodle dog with a loft large cans cover and cook in slow oven

I it) In arranging this year's Chrlst-( time and' cost of material.' [This set balT. all done'In1 crochet and -JUlt 2 tablespoon minced onion for 1%' hours or until done.

I Imas relax: decorations'don't and content :yourself despair with but the r la easily made and the heavy cotton waiting to make the little tots In 1 m teaspoon or more salt Beet Idea for a salad 1 II this onethat'

I assurance of tradition and' the fact boilfast rug yarn of which it it your home chuckle with glee. Just 1 % teaspoon white pepper made in advance

I that the custom of decking the made is amazingly inexpensive. You for fun, crochet these toy of woolor 1% teaspoon paprika and need V ffo r' I

I house with Christmas greens goes can get this yarn in deep shade or mercerized crochet cotton for the 2 sweet green pepper, chopped only to be sliced ,9 Ej

I farther back than our nineteen hundred in delectable pastels. Be assured little folks you wish to rememberat (optional) I and placed on

I and more year of celebrating that the fortunate recipient of this holiday time. These are exactlythe 2 plmlentos. chopped (optional) i lettuce leave for !

I I the birthday of the Christ child cunning calot and bag will thrill kind of toy that children treasure H cup egg yolks (8 eggs) serving. If* as ,(r

I concerning Legend and the superstitions various greens abound used with joy at sight of It, the more so long after baby days, and mothers I Melt about three-fourths of the fat gay and colorful

I as decorations la the house a* well because it 1 I. "hand-made." like them because they are I add the flour, and blend thoroughly;; as the get-togeth e.i

las about many of the Christmas A gay little flatterer 1 II the head washable and have no sharp cornersto I add scalded milk, stirring rapidly er Itself E

I foods. We owe some of our custom scarf pictured in the oval above. Injure "wee little darlings" while I with a wire whisk to keep well Sunset Salad I

I to the early Romans some to the You'll admit it I Is In perfect tuna they play. I I mixed. Cook until starch taste is 18 ounces lemon gelatin
I Druids In England and others have with the Christmas spirit This For that list of friends whom you 1 gone-about 10 minutes. Cook the 214 quarts hot water and canned

I every come down nation through in Christendom.the age from pretty crocheted fantasy was designed would gladden with just a simple 1 mushrooms, sliced In remaining fat, pineapple juke
114
There 1* a growing urge for the and made by the radio little gift make up a series of little until delicately browned and add to 114 quart canned grated raw carrot .
pinta crushed
observance of the Yuletide in the songstress, Fran Allison Not only boutonnieres of hair ornaments of lauce with the onion. Beat egg yolks pine.apple

old fashioned way. While we can't is It entitled to a high fashion rating crocheted flowers. You can turn and mix with a small amount of the drained .i r
go to the wood for our greens we but added to its prettiness and them out In a jiffy If you are a fast lot mixture to blend and add to the 2 teaspoons salt

can take cutting from our own gar ;: its chic is its kindly service in protecting crocheter. Or, why not give a crocheted puce stirring thoroughly, Cook 4 Dissolve gelatin In hot water and
dens or we can get our mistletoeand pineapple juice which has been heat-
colffed heads jewelry set? To wear with 3T B minutes more. Add turkey
green boughs from the florist smartly from ed to 130 degree F. Chill Combine
sweater find
can necklace
AU the I pranksome breezes. The happiness you cunning meat. Season to taste (with paprika

Pines, firs,"evergreens"-hemlock juniper, spruces and, it will bring to a friend when Santa of crocheted flowers strung and pepper mixed Into salt). Add carrots mixture, Is pineapple and salt When
lightly thickened fold In
yew can be used to make wreath. delivers it Christmas morning will together with chalnstltch crochet. pepper and pimiento, if used. Serve
Some feature bracelets c carrot and pineapple mixture.: Turn
and festoon. more than repay you for the "laborof to match on hot biscuits.
Let the children decorate a A love" in making it or clip, or both. You can make The simplest way to prepare the into Individual molds. Chill until
Christmas tree for the bird.. Use these trinkets in "no time" If you chickens: Is to cook them In seasoned firm. Unmold on crisp lettuce. Garnish I
any evergreen tree that grow close Guaranteed to make "Merry are a fast crocheter, and they make : water to with mayonnaise and grated
to the house and hang piece. of Christmas" merrier for the some lovely gifts. which a small on carrot Wakes 32 portions

suet, string of raisins cranberries, V-neckline are in fashion. one among your friends who reIN (Released by Western Newspaper Union.) 'I M 10'1. 2 carrot and Just In case ;you want to make upa
Peanuts and sunflower seeds from Above. In the picture this new \ church of
menu
supper your own
the branches. a small bunch of .... l.t ,
?
trend I* demonstrated in a girlish 11\9 .. I'm listing additional recipes:
For safety' sake let the Christmas rincriT celery are added. t
rwritT. BRADFARD
INi! nor IT "rot'RT BRADFORD :fr.
candle in the window be elec. flattering campus original designedby COI'NTV' FLORIDA IN CHAN.CT3HV. ; ro'II'J'Y' FLO..UAI IN (...."1'1Ifl 8041' 1 thickens are han !J Meat Loaf
trlc.' An electric candle won't drip a young co-ed attending one of (''' Y.Minnie. died best If dls- 10 pound. ground round steak
Hafe jfIV
Clralncer.
Plaintiff rs Rhttler Jones. Plaintiff, .
vj.Ruvxell Suspender Hold-Up
wax
universities. This col-
foremost
nor burn the draperies but the our Evelyn Bailey Jrainger beret- F. Jones, Defendant. Jointed and the 2 pounds ground pork or salt pork
effect la quite a* lovely a* that of lir, with cuff to match achieve a' dant. Case No. 1143. ORDER OF PUBLICATION Pattern No. IOU Little sister breast and back 4
the real candle. deep V-formatlon. It comes in a ORDER OF PUBLICATION AND NOTICE TO APPEAR walks off with the cutest frock In a eggs I I
.Our own forefather began their ANn NOTICE TO APPEAR STATE OF FLORIDA to RumiellF. the household when :you finish for sections cut intoconvenientsized % pound bread crumbs j
wiristma variety of colors and i* adjustable STATE OF FLORIDA to: Evelyn Jones, whose residence In. un. pieces 2 onions
preparations long before Or.lnl\'er.I whoa her this cunning suspender topped
to either a high or a low neckline. Bailey residence known. I
Thanksgiving. were gathered'and la ('ounty Hoapltal 'Oranareburc, You required to skirt and the quaint little blouse Baking Powder Biscuit. 2 tablespoon salt
tThe are appear on
Inathe double Peter Pan collar i* also
presaed family Bible South Carolina. January 5th., 1942 In the above with a drawstring at the neckline (Serve BO) 2 teaspoons pepper (
since it was the largest and heavi la campus original direct from the You are required to appear on named Court and cause( wherein which ties Into a soft little bow. It I quart cold mashed potatoes
est( book in the house. Pine cones nimble mind of a versatile senior. January 5th., 1942, In the above plaintiff .seeks. divorce and no Is as easy as pie to make the entire 4 pounds flour 1 milk canned tomatoes
quart
nam-d Court and cause wherein other relief. Bradford Telegraph or
County
-
and acorn ""* and ric-rac braid is the secret % cup double-acting baking
were carefully stored ar it with sweater or dresses seeks outfit
plaintiff divorce, BradfordCounty shall publish this Order In Mix: thoroughly mold Into five
and every bit of bright paper, silk Telegraph shall publish this nest four weekly Imiuea.Wltnem of its special charm. Make the powder .
or ribbon was boarded. Order In next four weekly laiiueH.WMnenamv mv hand and nfflciaiceal! little oblong ;yoke on the blouse withit 2 tablespoon salt loaves, and b.k.ln a moderate oven
The Christmas tree wa brought IN CIRCUIT COURT BRADFORD hand and official aral ..t Htarke, Fla., this 2nd day of edge the suspender strap withit 1 pound shortening (1'A cups) 350 degrees T., until done. Make
h at Htarke, Pla., thus December 2.'OFFICIAL December. 1941.
om. COUNTY FLORIDA1N CHAN- the belt and SO lervlngs.
from it around
sled the wood on the bob- ('F.RY. 1941 OFFICIAL HEAL! ) A. .. Tbom.aAa and run 5 cups milk
bad. So was the yule log which Stacy A. Dnug-lanx, Plaintiff I ",' (' 8BArA.. J. Thomas Clerk of .said Court. 1 -11 4t 12.21 pocket. Sift the dry ingredients together; Boiled Coffee.
been cut month before to be ; Clerk John tJs Hendemon Jacksonville, Pattern No. 8041 Is designed In
Mary c. Douclaaa, Defendant. Case Aa of said Court. U-S4112-M (Serve SO)
add fat and mix
WeU for bright burning. No. 1141. Nathan Hchcvltl, Jacksonville, Fla. Attr. for Plf.NOTHH sizes 2. 3, 4, 5 and 0 years Size 3 : lightly. Make a IVi pound coffee (8V', ) I
far days before Christmas com "ORDER OF PUBLICATION Fla. Attr. for Pit skirt requires Itt yards 3 -lnch fabric well In the center and add the milk 2H water cups
gallon
was popped and long strings of It AND NOTICE FLORIDA TO APPEARSTATF.'OF toi MaryC TO APPEAR TO KMT IN blouse % yard; 414 yard ric- '
made IN! riltCTIT COIRT. BRADFORD THE cmrrrr COIRT IN ANII 2 eggs
to festoon round and round whose residence la rac and % yard ribbon.
Douglasa
the tree. Cranberries too Unknown.You- ('Ot' TY. FLORIDA I:* CHAN- FOR HHAflFONn COUNT. *, Mix shells, whole eggs and 1 additional
were ,
('ERY. .
Fi.omiiA. NO. m J.
(threaded on long cord used to decorate are required, to appear ofJanuary Emory DeloacB, Plaintiff, ". William a. Wlnthern. Plaintiff LYNN SAYS: cup of cold water with coffee.
the tree. One of the loveli- 6th.. 1942, In the above Beeiile Deloach, Defendant. Ca" v... Katharine WInther, Defendant. When the water comes to a boil
U.v trees ever saw was decorated named Court and came, whereli No. 1840. THE STATE OF FIX>ItIDA-To: N.me................................ Attractive salads pep up meals add the coffee egg mixture which '
Bradfon
divorce.
eeeka
plaintiff ORDER AND Katherine Wlnthera, residenceunknown.
With festoon after festoon of pop County Telegraph shall publleh IrFl lTO APPEAR beside adding nourishment plusto las been tied In a bag to the boll-
corn and ..............,.................
nothing else except: a silver this Order In next four. weekly STATE OF FLORIDA to: Bei.le' You are hereby notified that a Mtlr. menus. Salad In winter are a jig water and boll for 3 to S min
star at the tiptoP.blrDc1Q't laauea.Wltneaa. Deto.eb. whoa residence I. un- suit has. been filed airalnat you In little hard to plan because of the When
Teat for strength.
forget to provide water for my band and official seal known. the above entitled cause, and you ...................................... scarcity of fresh fruits and utes. ready
Sometime need at Htarke, Fla., this December 2nd., You are required to appear onJanuary are hereby required to file your vegetables remove bag, let coffee stand 10 to 15
ter they wa- 1111. .tth., 143, In the above written In said cult so I suggest you try these
l even more than they do food (OFFICIAL BEAD A.I.: Thomas named Court and cause, wherein with the appearance Clerk of said Court on or Name oJ p.per........................ salad minutes before serving.e .
l when all the pond and brook are Aa Clerk of .said Court. 12-6 4t 12-2 Plaintiff ....... divorce and cuatndy before January 6, A. D. 1942. for solving your problem: e e

preof frozen Choose a. sheltered- cat- Sam' B.for Wilson.Plf.ijr 'Jacksonville, Flar''' of graph child.shall Bradford publish this Coirnly: Order Tele-In The nature of said suit la -a Bill P.Itera Ho......... ............. Prunes stuffed with cream The wife of one of our famous
Place for your water fountain. Atty. next, lour weekly liiauea.Wltneee for Divorce. cheese and nuts, served with orange football' coaches Mrs. Lou Little,
my hand and official I teal WITNESS my hand and the seal send II .nte fa edn for section and lettuce.
CIRCUIT ("OCRT. BRADFORD at Htarke. Fla., this December nd., of aid Court at Htarke. Florida eub pattern d..lredl to- likes to serve a simple but hearty
v CIRCUIT COUNT. FLORIDA54 CHAN 1..1. thin 2nd day of December A. D. Cooked beets and cooked car- meal after the' game. Jot this one
l-tlllTI't COfHT BRADFORD .Ch'arlea: (OFFICIAL, HEAL) AI.: Thomas 1941. Patricia Dow PatterD' rots diced with celery, mixed: down as an Idea for an after the
Plaintiff
FLORIDA IN CHAN. Burrow. Gregory, -
:
l'F.RYe. Aa Clerk of Bald Court IS 4t l-2 (OFFICIAL SEAL> 'h1: '' 100 W. nUl S&, New York, N. Y.
v. Mamie Beale Gregory, De Ham B. Wilson, Jacksonville Fla. Clerk Circuit Court. 12.24Iv with mayonnaise. game[ supper or church supper Idea:

'" ChirleRaDiueienbwsh Plaintiff. D.ten- fendant.ORDER Caae OF No.PUBLICATIONAND 1128. Atty. for ,Plf. Orange sections served with Hot mulled elder casserole of pork

I.'nt. Ca.. No. 1111. NOTICE TO APPEAR rmcrrr COI-RT. 'BRADFORD tiny cream cheese balls. Marinate and beans, buttered hot date-nut
STATE OF FLORIDA to Manila V CIRCUIT rot'HT. BRAnFORD KLOHIIIt IN (''' ':IICY-'Y
ORDER COUNTY
and chill
OF bread, celery pickles,
PUBLICATION whose residence la (Ol'WTir.! FLORIDA IV rilANCRMY: NOT" ''' OF APPLICATION FORrlNAI oranges In trench dressing >
J) Beale Gregory,
IITATH OF FLORIDA Charlie care of. Ocean View Grocery Store, L. A. Van Akin, Plaintiff, ve. Cora James ,ff.Defendant.Bishop Plaintiff Cane No.va.1S9S.Dora UI1CHAK4.HNotlre first sauce; jellied cole slaw; doughnut
to: Van Defendant. Cane No. 1697. Bishop l given'" that I
lab First View Ht., Ocean View Akin
and coffee.
J."rh..nb.UlJh.nn.Yhanla. of M. a d v i Ile. Norfolk Virginia. ORDER OF PUBLICATION AND ORDER OK PUBLICATION AND have filed 1"f : T report ai a>l- Canned pineapple and fresh oranges
You are required to appear on NOTICE TO APPEAR: NOTICE FLORIDA TO APPEAR Dora mlnlntratrlx of the estate. of U. W. served In alternate sections For the casserole, used canned
.Yo.are required! to appear onr.itb :January It h., 1942. In the above STATE OF FLORIDA to: Cora Dlahop STATE of F WHIacoochee, ,. Citoralit.to: Kelly, dereaeed: that I have filed on lettuce. Alternating orange pork and beans with tomato sauce;
n .. 1942. In the above named Court and cause, whereinofachildrn. Van Akin whO. residence la Un- my petition for final discharge,
'I I 1sd Court and cause wherein .k..* divorce and cuatody known. You are required to appear on and that I will apply to the Honorable and grapefruit sections are a good heat In the oven about 20 minute..
?..>*. divorce, Bradfjrd, Bradford County Tele- You are required to appear on December 21. 1941 In the above K. K. Perryman, County idea too.Chunks. As a decoration use half slice of
:rd-vy Telegraph l hall publloh this graph shall pnblleh this Order In :January Sth., 141 In the above named Court and cauee, wherein Judge of Bradford County: Florida I bread. Put them around the
." "..*bandaweek ... next, four weekly. iaauea. named Court and came, wherein plaintiff seeks divorce, Mradfnrd on the 5th of January, 1942, for of lettuce with crumbled date-nut
t "J.t. ?. ""'' icial teal WI tn... my hand and official seal plaintiff' neeka divorce Bradford County Telegraph .shall publish this approval of the same and for finaldlftrhara'e hard-cooked egg and a few top of the bean for S minute before -
1'; "". *"!'- _M of'O""CIAL at Btarke. Fla., this 29th.. NovemfOFFICIAL ("aunt y Teleirraph shall puhltah this Order In next four weekly liiauea. an aurh admlnlntratrtx. with the casserole comes out frees
't. tossed
ovefnb.r, Der 1941. Order In next four weekly. I...,.... Witness. my hand and offl..I.I..1( Thla 3rd day of December 1941. leftover peas together
:J. Thomaeir"Rn SEAL) A.I.: Thomas Wltnena my band and official, eal at Htarke. Fla. this Nov. 15. 1941. Margaret L. Kelly. salad oil salt, pepper vinegar. the oven.Rdeeed.
: Clerk "T aid Court 12-I- 4t 1S-24 A. Clerk of said Court. 11.5 tt 12.21Chas. at Starke. Fla.. this Nov. t r. 1141.OFFICIAL (OFFICIAL SEAL A.I. Thoma., ( t>7 Western Newspaper Union.), t
Wil.oa.Jack.onrille Fat R. .... Jacksonville Fla. ( SEAL) A.I. Thomae.. e.Cl.rkof.ald Court. 11-214112-12 Aitmlnlntratrlx of the Estate of
toy. for Plf. Atty.: for P'l a. Clerk of said Court. 11-214111-11 Knight Knl.ht. Attye. for Plf. D. W. Kelly, deceaaed. 12.' 4t 12-J -







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? PAGE 4-.A 'sitl0FORD CuVNTV TELEGRAPH: S'r.UtKH FU>RIDA FRIDA, DEe mEn! ft Utl\



e $ )t r TO WHOM IT MAr {,ON(..:1t'li I January 5th, 1942 In the above ber, 1941, ,
i iW TAKW NOTICK THAT .a U35 named Court Cud cause wherein (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas
Y Chevrolet (Viac. .h. Engine: No. M71855S. \- plaintiff seeks. divorce, Bradford AH Clerk of said. Court. 12-54t n-28
R Y with .an appraised. value. of aunty: Telegraph/ shall publish thin Chas, II. Hess, J."ckiioll>.11 I... Flu.Atty. .
OD'AY'IUUl less than $1,000, w a. Seized In I Order In next four weekly IKHUCMI.Witness for Plf. Y
Bradford (County Florida, November my hand and official Meal I Irio.

19.DU.( for belli/ used In "t Siarke, ...1.... thin December 3, IV CIRCUIT COURT, BH \I>FORW
: I violation. of Uettlon II, Chapterinol 1941 (0T1... KIORIU4 IV 111 t''FItYFreeman :
Laws of Florida 1939 and I OFFICIAL( HEAL) A. J Thomas P. Plaintiff. v..
TOMORROW that It In the Intention of I K. W, AH a'lerkof, .acid Court 1t-S 4112-26 Alta Mabel MiOnwttn McOowan Defendant.'oKDEK .
h Hi' rl> roiiKh, Director. State : Carlton I:. Arnow Jacksonville. ,
d'-"r: 1801.
; :d ;
\ -4- vraa-e Department Flu. Ally .for Pit OF Pt'BLICATIOV: AXDNOTIC'Jo
poNKesH' for use by the Mat Beverage ] TO APPEAR8TATI3

!' ''t' !' deK Department<.rll>ed at Htarke the properlyabuve Florida, IV (.IMTIT COIRT. DIiAllrOIIl. ) l McOowan OM. FLORIDA whose reiildenceIK to: AltlLlah..1 10. ROW IOU
' ] DOH AOBINSON'v January U. IV41 at 10.00: A. MAll loIr T', KI.OHII IV ('H *>< KIIVLute IJnknown. MM
i'a 1fIC persons claiming any right A. "Lovell.., Plaintiff, va. Ira C. You to on FLORIDA
Htt are required appear
1/ uh or Intel t-Kt In or to said property Lovell, Defendant Caie No. 1608OltDKR January. 5th. 1942 In the abate AS PIOODCE8
'r nr any part thereof are hereby. required OF PUBLICATION AND wherein
: named Court and cause,
I to appear and to make suchclnlin NOTICE'' TO APPEAR SUFOOIST
w f'l ')( COLLEGE earnings wltuln thirty (au) days from 8TATK OF FLORIDA. to: Ira C. County plaintiff: : Telegraph.seeks divorce shall publish, Bradford thin; 0
the. date of the first publicationof ll 70S
Washington .Street, BIN weekly InxueaWltnem .
r"I ; Order In next four
f How much if a college education this notice an provided for by oxl aitsaisslppl.1ou band and official seal.
by ,ir worth In dollars and cents I Hertliin 11.: Chapter 11U01. Laws of are required to appear onJanuary at Htarke, my Kla, this' 14 1941.OFFICIAL
Many parent., who are considering Florida. Arts of )1939 to of the State iii h., 1942., In the abovenamed ( SEAL) NYi. Thomas, .,
Beverage "Florida Court and
wherein
Department cause,
whether to crimp and ave aN Clerk of said Court. 11.11 41 \J.n
Tallnhaiisee, Florida, or all Such plaintiff seeks divorce, Bradford .
In order to tend Junior to a' university rlKhts. and Interest. In and to said County: Telegraph shall publish this II. A. Htephena, Jack.o"vlll"Ia.
1 a, jf for four years, would like property Shall cease and terminate Order In next four weekly ", .ue.. Atty. for Plf.
E. W. it"arborou..h.tgf' Witness my hand and offIclal sealOFFICIAL.
1v i to have the answer to that qua.l .-
Htate Heveriiae Ilepart.ment at Htarke Mo 30th. 1941.
4,{ '{t t tion. Although there ii no cure- Florida I TallahHBKee, Flor ( MIA1M A v.J. ') ., 1"< ("IR"I'I'I' (COt'IIT BRADFORD
} e fire answer it now seems cafe to ida. U-12 Ct 1-9 as Clerk of lourt.l1-ll 4t 12-12 (''OPNTY. FI.OHU IV: l'H\N."

rn-fl (I ( say that a college education 1 I. apt Humphrey :Motley I Jacksonville. .(Florence.:It Y. Helen. Egnlf. Plaintiff,
Fla. for .
to bit worth well over (1,000-a-year Atty Pit VM James Leo Efflof Defendant.
IV .UUTl'r ((01111' BnlDFOIIUOI1V. \
f at for-life to Junior after he come. (' FJ.OHIOtl ltll.'Ny Care N... 1620.ORDER .
NOTICE OF IVTKVTIOV' TO OF PL'BLICATIOVAND
t a home with hi. iheepikin. "'1311 .
tt Say his education Louse Iacklll Plaintiff I vs Floyd HtCf.IMIr.lt FICTI'riOIN )NAME. NOTICE TO APPEAR
college
y coats Notice Is hereby given that theundareitned STATE OF FLORIDA to James. /
; ;
1 ....000 and he Uasklll l, Defendant. Case No. 16GO.OKDUK .
earns $1.000
a year under the provision. Leo Ugolf: whose. residence. I I. un
r". ; ff more as a result of it for 43 workIng :NOTICE/ OF ]PITI1L.ICATIONAND TO A"I'I AltSTATE : lrhf'i:41; : 201)51. Laws of Florida; known.
:
years. That would amount to OF FIX>KIDA to Floyd will register with the You ore required ta appear on
f'I"'k, of the Circuit 51 h. In the above
In and
Court January 1942
$45,000 extra Income during his lifetime CuHklll whose reslileni Is II tWat..r
; .
for Kradfoid Court and wherein plaintiffcenks
County Florida, theflclillous cause, \
Vlrxlnla.You .
1 which could be attributed to Street Norfolk name of divorce Bradford County

i that $...000 Investment. January are, 6th required 194X In to the appear above on Park CHfe & Friendly Place., Telegraph shall publish this Older YYY14
t Those figures are based on under. which we are engaged and In next four weekly iKKUeaWltneKs .
; conservative and wherein
numud Court
z cause, 1
1% doing )huflnoss at hand and official(
:: my
,1 averages. ,The chance. plaintiff. seeks divorce, TiradfordCuiinly With more miles of shoreline than any
118-120 Mouth Walnut Street Heal I at Htarke! this 29th., November
seem to be that the Investment In Trlngraph four shell\ publish laauea.Wllnesa .Ihl.Ol'd..r .. Stai.k.., Bradford County Florida. t41OFI'ICI other State in the Union with thousands of
In next weakly
I ,a college education Is worth con seal That the said I business. IM owned ( Ij ,BEAD; ) A. J Thonms
II ilderably more than that. For in at Htnrke" ,my Fin' hand., :this and Dec official, ft, ID4I.OFFICIAL and operated' by the following Interested As Clerk of raid Cnurt. 12-5 4t U:6l'1I..II. lakes and streams it's no wonder Florida

k' 1939 about 19 per cent of college ( rllJU) A. J.! Thoirms UHOIKW parties Koprlnusos: 837 Call .. for II. Plf.iv (less. Jacksonville, .FluAtty. ranks third in the nation in the production of
' graduate families had an Incomeof As Clerll of said Court 5-12 4t 1.2 than I
tlt Hlalko
tic more
annually produce
V, i.:. Kiiowles, Atty for 1'lf. I'.Ik; seafood! Florida
Ntaverlanos\
over $5.0OO a year and of those 337 Call Street 'III"I'IT rot BY. nnniFonnt J30.0OO.OOO pounds of the world's finest *sh,
?' over 40 years old 34.4 per cent Starke Flu IV11, J1'LOIII"1 IV tll t11311 V. +
, !, were earning over $5.000 a year.I 1'\1 ('UtC"Tr ('oiiir. nit %.>FOHI> ida At this Starke, 23rd, Bradford County, Flor y shrimp, crabs, oysters and other delicacies! In ll
<'01 >'l'V, KI.OIIIII IX tllt\ day of Kept. 1941. 'Latham Jesse
? Plaintiff vs.
got these figure, plus hundreds <'IHV.KeianuiiHh. 11-21 4t 1212. Ruby addition to this vast production no one in the
r. lol1lham. Defendant. Case No
'
of other interesting statistics about Rxuhnklanx. riulntlff vs. 1633 interests of accuracy could afford to overlook ''e.I ---
,. + M the value of a college education Ham rl. KBHhaklunii, Defendant.CaKe 1)1) ('111th II' (COI'UT BRADFORD ORDER OF PUBLICATION: .r
.r from a research In which over 1.000 No. l 4'i.OUDKIt (01 Y'IY FI.OIIIIIAl IV IIIAN- AND NOTICE TO APPEAR the millions of pounds represented by "the
colleges co-operated. The study \ OK\ PUBLICATION:' CKIIY.Uuoige. STATE: OF "FLORIDA: Jesse away"!
AND MITICH T(> Al'l'BAU Keller Hick in, Plaintiff K Latham whose residence U unknown. ones that got
,. was started by Time magazine and HTATR OF FLOItlDA to: Hum SKKiihnklans vs KfKHle Mildred Hlckln, Defeo.. .
,}'p 1'1 being published in book form .: whose. residence IsUnknown. dant. CHSO. No. 1623. You are required. to appear on
41 n'f, wider the title "The U. S. College ORDER OF PUBLICATION( :' January 5th, 1942 In th. abovenameil
''f plN f Graduate.' You are required to appear on AND NOTICE TO APPEAR Court and cause wherein
%
# January. Gth, 1948 In the above STATE OF FLORIDA to: Ilesste plaintiff 'seeks! divorce. Bradford
t j' SALARIES named Court. and cause, wherein Mildred Hlckln of K14 West Ninth rvtunty: Telegraph. shall publish this. Heres a Florida Fact ....
averageIf 'plaintiff seeks divorce, Uradford Street Travera City Michigan.You Order In next four weekly UnueHWltneKH .
68'ry; If the reader of this column is a (County Telegraph shall\ publish this are required to appear on my hand and official seal TlIt/f'l/lIdd to Your PletlslJlei:-i; <
' college graduate here Is Order In next four weekly' Issues. January 5th., 11142 In the above st Starke Fla., thlH December 2, : I' a f )e ERieel
,; a check. Witness. mv hand. and official Heal named Court and cause, wherein 1941. : : V r.lrl
I' list for him determine whether at Htarke Fla, thin Dec., 6. 1U41. plaintiff seeks divorce Bradford OFFICIAL SEAL) A J. Thomas. EXPERIENCED BBEWERJ AT .); ,a'b';
his present earnings are below or (OFFICIAL HEAL. ) A. J. Thomas County Telegraph shall publishthis AH Cleric of said Court 12-541( 12-26 ;
above average. As Clerk of sal. Court ft-1. 4t 1-2 Order In next four weekly Sam H. Wilson Jacksonville., 1..1.... the J AX Brewing Company see to ;' Z .6 ,
" VVaybi'Itcht & WaybrlKht Jacksonville Issues.. for '' w
Atty. Plf.
1 Under 30 years of age the average that each bottle of the famous i
l' \ Fie Atty. for 1'lf. Witness my hand and official seal it if. ,
college man earns $1,690 a at Htarke, Fla this Nov 28. 1941. I of
IV Friendship is properly 4
CIRCUIT COI RT. BRADFORDCOtftTl Prink
year. Between the ages of 30 end (OFFICIAL SEAL) A J. ThomasAs .
'
iv cutruiT coi HT. 1I1I.'OI"Olln IV .....u,.
1 + 39 he earns $2,990 and when he Is i('01'M'ri. FLORIDA IV (.II.\'('KHYHvlvexter Clerk of Said Court 11-2841 12-19 KIIY.: FLOHIUtl ;aged before it is delivered. You

,; 1 over 40 he averages $4.020 annually De Nonce, Plaintiff ye.Florence Fla.William/ D.for Morgan Jacksonville Frank J. Oerdnn.; Plaintiff vs 'can be sure there's ;always a .. %
Atty. Plf.
r? d That's earned Income. It doesn't p.unc.., U e f .lIdant. Bertha. Oerdon.. Defendant Cane
) ,d5r' include dividend. Case. No 1651OHDKK No. 1621 I'lentiful.upply of smooth mellow 1
y or anything like OF PtTBLir'ATIOrsr' :' AND iv < '
'UI"I'IT
roi RT. Bit A IIFfJlt 0 OROCn OF PIIBLirlAir'7NAND '
d thatIf NOTICE: TO APPEAR ('01','r,. PLORihIA) IV "'''.\:'11- NOTICE TO APP1 J AX ageing in the vast storage
you are over 40 and earn over 8TATW. OF FLORIDA to-: Florence ('KHV.Flank. STATE: OF FLORIDA. to: Bertha tanks at'the brewery.
; '' 10.000 a year you belong to a superior De Fonce whose residence Is V. Pure-hard, Plaintiff' v*, (Oerdnn, 259 Bovden Street Woon- y
which Unknown.You M yitle M: Harchaid, Defendant. socket, Rhode Island. Try a bottle today! "
group Includes only are required to appear, on Case No. 1620ORDER You are requited to appear on sv ) 1 1 !,
gradu- January Eth 1U4Z In the above OF PITBLICATIOV:' January 5th, 1942, In the above '1' { $ .1
1 named Court and cause, wherein AND NOTICKTO APPEAR named Court and cause, herein ' Al $3.000 you are still in the upper plaintiff: seeks d m'epu Bradford STATE FLORIDA to: Myrtle plaintiff Keek divorce llradford fI.f.JAX BREWING COMPANY 107.: :
classes 34.4 aunty Telegraph .. this M. Bnrchard. of Foley Alabama. County Telegraph shall publish' 1
only per cent of college Older In next four weekly Issues You this': Order '
are required to appear on In next four weekly >
: : FLOIIIA der
N a men over 40 earning that much. Witness. mv hand and ori'.lal..AI( January 6th., 1942 In the above Isxiies.Wllnens. : : JACKSONVILLE, ..1'r' '; << :
d But if you earn less than $3,000 at Htarke Fin' this( Dec, 5, 1941. named Court and cause, wherein my hand and official Real '[ffl s< jl y 4',It.
(OFFICIAL SHAD A J. Thomas at Htnrke : t. ...... "1.. '> ;' JOq: ;.<..r..I.'J. >oo "" VI
t and are over 40 you are one of ? plaintiff seeks divorce, Bradford Fla. this Nov. 25. 1941. 'J .. .t"T"O" .. l : : .. <
e
f i 4 a As Clerk of said Court 5-12 4t 1-2 County Telegraph lOF"'f"I.RNAI.. A. J. Thomas > '" '" .; : ., .. "I < '
r shall publish this ) << !t I
1 "? e, large minority! there being 33.8 percent V. K. Knowles, Atty. fur Plf. Order In next four weekly Issues. An Clerk of said Court 11-2.4t \12-19 4t jfj\\ .. trj r It"i'A'fI, ,. '! :: :'; r!, :: ( 3 f a h ey .', ,' of you who earn under $3,000 Witness my hand and official seal William D. Morgan Jacksonville,
a year.As iv' CIRCUIT roi'HT. BRADFORD at Htarke Fla 1 this Nov 25. 1941. Fla. Atty. for Plf
t4 for women college graduates COVVTY.; FLonint iv l'nA'II"I'IIY (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J: Thomas
less than 1 per cant earn over $3,000 Amxdeo Hlvano. Plaintiff 1 vs. As Clerk' of said. Court 11-S841 12-19
" Emma Murronl Hlvano, Defendant. Richard D. Button Jacksonville
f a year sad almost 73 per cent earn Case No. 1653 Fla. Atty. for Plf.

'v? under $2,000 a year. From a flnan- ORDER OF PUBLICATION:' AND

clal angle a college education Isn't NOTICES' TO APPEAR iv' CIRCUIT COURT; BRADFORD

nearly as valuable to woman/ ,asa 8T/VTK OF.FLORIDA to. ; Emma. COI.VTY, FLORIDA IV: CHAN.
4 man. Muironl Rlvano. ., wnosw. residence\ c-niiY. .
The best la care of Aarostlna Murronl Pol.to Carl De Le Cerf, Plaintiff, "...
paying lobs In the tone Huuso Province of Cagllarl. Italy.. Helen D* L. Cerf, Defendant. Ca.
run for college men are In the pro- You are required to appear on No. 1631.
f..IOG1n medicine dentistry or January 6th 142 In the above ORDER OF PUBLICATIONAND :
named Court and cause wherein NOTICE TO APPEAR ,
law. U the lowest paid
Teaching
plaintiff seeks divorce, Bradford STATE OF FLORIDA to: Helen
occupation for men. Aa for government County Telegraph shall publish. this De Le Cerf. whose place of resi
work which 1 I. becomingmore Order In next four weekly. Issue dense Is unknown., r
and, more popular these days Witness mv hand and official sealat You are required to appear on
when Htarke, Fla' this Dec, 5, 1941. January 6th. 194. In the above
-11' the work
paid
highest (OFFICIAL SEAL) A J: Thomas? named Court and cause wherein
just out of college and one of they As Clerk of said. Court 8-12 4t 1-2 plaintiff seeks divorce, Bradford
lowest after 40. Walter C. Ilardesty.. Daytona County Telegraph" shall publish this
Beach Fin. Atty. for Plf.iv Order In next four weekly issue
I YALE $8,580 Witness my hand d'nd official seal
at Starke, Fla.. this 29th. Novem
: fiiiniT rotn-r. nit\i)Fonu
If you can-It looks as though you\ ("Ot."T\ ber 1941.OFFICIAL
FI.OHIIII iv: "'II.tv-
ought to try to get Junior !la.-Yale. ('..IIV. ( SEAL) A. J. Thomas
'a Harvard or Princeton. For the Minnie Alma Smith. Plaintiff vs. As Clerk of said Court. 12-5 4t 12-26
Thomas Rxell Defendant. Chas. H. Hess, Jacksonville. tic
earnings of the graduates of those ttmlth
Atty. for Plf.
Case Nn IR44ORDER .
I universities are almost twice a* OF PUBLICATION:' IV: CIIK-1II' ('OI'R1'. BRADFORD
much as the earnings of the graduates AND\ NOTICE TO APPEAR ("OI"'IIT\'. FLOKIDtl IV: CIIAV.! important in hauling
of other universities.It STATE OF FIXU1DA to- Thomas OK NY.Hertta. are

hardly. seems possible that Bxell Unknown.You Hmlth. whose residence la !Edward. :'Nleml"M' Nleml.Defendant.Plaintiff Case No.v*.

( there can be such a difference in 16,16
are required to appear on '
1 earning power after a four year January 5th, 1943. In the above ORDER OF PUBLICATIOV: :
education In one university as named Court and cause, wherein AND NOTICE TO APPEAR v,
) plaintiff seeks divorce, Bradford STATE OF FLORIDA to: Edward
against another-but the figures : :
Nleml
whose residence la
unknown
I, show: men over 40 who have graduated Order bounty, In Telegraph next four shall weekly publish Issues this. You are required to appear on

from Yale-Harvard-Princeton Witness. mv hand and official seal January 6th, 1942, In the abovenamed the nation's defensematerials

average $8.380 per year; those who at 1941 Htarke. Fla, thla December 3, plaintiff Court seeks and divorce cause Bradford wherein
graduate from Dartmouth-Cornell-
(OFFICIATE SISAL> A.t. ThomasAs County Telegraph ..htlpubll..h,
Pennsylvania-Columbia earn $....840a Clerk of said ('ollrt.2-(\ 4t 13-16 !this .Older. In next four weekly
year when over 40; those who Chas, R. Hess, Jacksonville. Fla. issues.Witness
graduate from the "Big Ten" of the Atty. for Plf. my hand and official seal
at Starke Fla. this.
December 2,
Middle West -
average $3.070 when 1941..
over 40. and graduates of all the IV TUB COI'HT or TUB COI'VTY (OFFICIAL SEAL) A.t. Thoma
other colleges of the United States ..(1)(..,. BIIAMKOIIU 4OIVTY.;: As Clerk of said. Court. 11-6 4t 11-28
less. FI.OIIIIIA. IV P18011tTE1 J. N. Harrison, Jacksonville. Tie
average considerably In ret .Estate of T. M. McCord Atty. for Pit.

CITY country Deceased.TO ALL. CREDITORS: AND:' PERSONS -
IV CIRCUIT Corn?. BRADFORD
Wading a little deeper into the MANDS HAVIMI AGAINST: l"f.AIOR SAID! "] TAT"I)1']-: ('OCY7'Y. F1.OHIUIV,, ('(IAN.:

details of the earning power of college You and each of you are hereby CKKY.Settle: .

L I graduates I was surprised toy notified and required, to presentany vs. Clarence E Lowlrmoore, Plaintiff
claims and demands which Lowlrmoore, Defer
find how
unnecessary it is for the dant Case No 1634.
; college man to work In the big cities you or either of you, may have ORDER OF PUBLICATION1AND
against the estate of T M Mc
in order to go places financially. Cord deceased., late of said County NOTICE TO APPEAR
to the, County of BradfordCounty STATE OF FLORIDA to: Clarence -
The Influx' of college .graduate u
: : f.h1 owlrmoore, whose resident
Florida office
In
'
from small towns into cities hast the courthouse of said County at unknown.

t usually resulted from the belief that S4 rke. Florida, within right" calendar You are required to appear on ,
city jobs pay. the best dividends for months from the time of the January 6th.. 1842 In the abovenamed
Court and cause, wherein l ) >9yhwkyY A t" I
a college education. To some extent first publication of this notice.Kaon plaintiff" seeks! divorce Bradford $ 4 ay r4.114; i" >t /
claim or demand. shall be In
this ls true. The college County Telegraph shall .
man writing, and shall state the placeof publish this
fl in the city does make more than residence and post office address Order In next four weekly Issues
1 the college man in the small town. of the claimant. and shall be.wo.n Witness my: hand and official seal
at Starke ,
But as far a. I can figure he to by the claimant hi.I Fla this Dee.mb.r 1.

doesn't make agent or attorney, and any such (OFFICIAL SEAL '
enough to pay for claim or demand not filed shall ) A. J. Thomas
the Increased cost of living in cities. b* void. ma As Clerk. of said Court IJ-54t 13-26

4' F In the biggest cities, the) average Vivian ft McCord, for F. O.Pit.IN Clark.. Jacksonville Fla. Att,..
Income of the college graduate is A* administrator of the Estate olAa
3,440 executor .f the Last Will and
a while his
year college
Testament ofT : CIRCUIT COTRT. BRADFonn
II mat In a town of under 3.300 pop. M McCord. deceaaed.. COI.VTY. FLORID IV C.HANCKRY. .
illation earns $3,200 a year.. That' First publication U-6. 141 .
certainly not worth going to the IS-a 4t 1S-36 Joan H. Ut. Plaintiff ".. Fred
Uts, efendant
Case No. 1(37
city about.
1 ORDER OF
PUBLICATION:
cmrriT
iv rornT. BRinroad
o I If anybody should go to the city, COI'VTY, FLOBIDAl IV: .HAV: AND NOTICE. TO APPEAR
according to comparative earning CF.RV.Kleanrir. STATE OF FLORIDA to: Fred
t rta. SMJ. 14th Street I*. W
figures, it should be the non-col Hartsell. Plaintiff va. Washington D C. ?
lege country boy. In the small : Shelton Haruell. Defendant Ca.. You are required to appear on
town his earnings average ,around No. t 4S. January 6th.. 1942. In the above
ORDER OF PUBLICATIONAND : named Court and cause, whereinplaintiff
$1.100 a year whereas he could. :' NOTICE TO APPEAR: seeks divorce, Bradford
even before the advent of defense STATE OF FLORIDA to: Shl- County Telegraph shall publish this
jobs, earn over $1,600 average i 18 ton Hartsell whose residence I. Order In next four weekly Issues.
the city. Unknown.You: Witness my hand and official seal
iii- are required to appear on at Starke, Fla.I this December: : 2.
But those differences In earning January 5th., 1943. In the above U....
93,200 for the college man' inv a .m....- Court and cause' wherein OFFICIAL SEAL) A- J. Thomas
A' small town and $1.100 for the non- Plaintiff seeks divorce Bradford As Clerk of said Court. 13-5 4t 13-26 -
County Telegraph shall publish thl.Or".r D. Byron Rust Jacksonville, Fla.
college man-show that whether a In next four weekly Issuea. Atty. for Pit.
boy intends to live In the city or Witness mv hand and official seal,

the country, a college education Is at M'arke, Fla. this December 3. iv CIRCUIT 'Ot.IIT. BRADFORD

act to be worth a fortune to him. 1\141.OFFICIAL\ SEAT A.t. Thorns COI CF.NY.Wesley'II TY.. FLORIUtl IV: CHAN- Torode Chevrolet Compa.

As Clerk of said Court. 11-5 4t 12-t6
More Selectees ("ha... R. lloss, .Jacksonville. Flu Helen Alan Clifford Plaintiff, ,
Atty. for Pit Caee ve. No Olira IU9. Clifford.. .Defendant.

z The following; young men have ORDER OF PtrBLICATION1
StarKe
g IV: CIRCIIT COI'RT. BRADFORD AND NOTICR" TO ,,-'PEAR Florida
been selected for military train (COI''VY FLORIDtl IN CHA.V.CVR : STATE OF FLORIDA to: Helei ,
s YOor Ol.a Clifford whose residence It
ing and reported at the CampBUmdlnff e Orator' OattunsT. Plaintiff nOel Orland Street Philadelphia s- _
t induction station o n' vs. Marcle W. Uottunff. Defendant. Penniylvaala.You -
Case No. 1646.ORDER are required to appear o. i'' .
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Dec. 4: Carl J. Reddish. Winfred -
OF PUBLICATION January .
5th. I 4J. In the above
Charles Rlgdon Olin Veata Hicks. : AND NOT""B TO APPEAR named Court and cause, wherein ALL CHEVROLETS ARE
Colonel AJbert Thomas, Willard STATE OF FLORIDA to: "Mart' ). plaintiff eeeka divorce Bradford SHIPPED TO FLORIDA NOT DRIVEN ,
t W. Oottunsr. whose address la 14 County Telegraph shall publish this.
Thomas, Remmer Phillips and North Ann Street Little Fall. New Order In next four weekly leauea

Ernie WUlard Newsom. 1 York.You Witness my hand and official: seal; 80 they come to you genuinely NEW!
1I I are required to appear on at Starke Fla, this 29th.. Novem.

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