Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: January 16, 1942
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Trading and Home of the 1' r I

creation Center for B'RADfORD COUNTY ".

' IP' BLANDING TELEGRAPH Sweetesf trawberries> 'J ;

This Side of HeavenutXTVKOUK it

Official County Publication -. Established In 1877 J ,

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Election Save Paper ." "If" it.' '' Red Cross Goal

School Issue And Scrap Iron D E..F S E ;

.. Now In Sight
27the For Collector atM .
mary ,.,.

special bond election.to A substantial 'pile 0 f 3,000 MASS :MEETING More Than. $800 Donated By Citizen :! I'

Krld Courthouse Tuea- pounds of scrap Iron shows the
at the .
In First Day Of Drive
Jan. 27, from 7 A. M. until good work' accomplished during ; I i

own," the :freeholders of the' first few days of the drive -, Chairman Grateful ;
'al School Tax District Num- by L. M. Sponholts and his willing I .
; of Bradford County will de- crew of students. The scrap : Starke has once again demonstrated its ability to .
by a majority voter whether Iron and other useful materials COURTHOUSE:: FRIDAY, ,.JANUARY 23'w come through in the clinches. "*

nel' )issue-ot. $S5,000 wllUbe, are being ,collected, and temporarily Early Wednesday morning Judge E. K. Ferryman. :

?.? -to Insure necessary' ddl-\ ; dumped on the athletic, 7:301 P. M. chairman of the Bradford Red Cross and
County Chapter
|and improvement to' B.: H.' field prior to toting 'hauled to ,
Jacksonville. : ''''' "" 1 F. F. Stump treasurer, started at one end of Call) Street ''.

e to the Influx' of people to ,E. L. Williams principal of B. FOR ALL BRADFORD COUNTY with the man-sized job of raising,$1,250.for the War-JUlfcf

k e from all over the United I Is H. S. states that the public is cooperating r fund. "Would Bradford County go over the top?'"' they

because of the present war wonderfully in the V wondered. Well all they could! do was try. So they buckedup rr
tlon, and its' proximity to I drive and, urges all persons who Oo'" l. their courage and started out. ;,

Standing,, there Js> great I have scrap iron to donate to the f At the end of the first two hours they had raised r; ,
for enlarged ,school faclll- cause to call '125 and leave word GOOD SPEAKERS BAND MUSIC more than $600-half the goal At the end of the first
here. The voters will be for Mr. Sponholti to pick It up. r
the voting "for Mr. Williams announces that Come Out And Learn 'What You -' day they had cash collec- *(
i"" or choIce'of'r"against bonds." arrangements have also been i ,, Can Do To -Help tions of $806.75! There was tf

mad for the collection Late Cold now no doubt that Bradford
of waste *
ere'wail ,be only the one Win "The War !1
election in Starke" S. E. paper and requests ,that all citizens County would go over the :?

g, chairman of the Board of begin saving paper at once. t" top in the War Relief fund t; ft
c' Instruction and also aber Trucks will make the rounds once Sponsored By Starke, Rotary ,(Hub' And ,The, Bradford County" Finally ArrivesBelated might even go beyond the '

of the City Council, star I a week or oftener if necessary .1 i'

uesday. "For that reason and Williams residents'; should, notify Mr. ,Defense Cotincil" cold weather finally top."People know of the- won-
o r Mr. Sponholts 'f
',iveten. should" com out and soonr a*' they have"saved ,eaoeghpaper as r < arrived here, this week with the derful war relief work that !
l for bonds. ." first, killing of ''the
to make It worthwhile to frost "season -carried on by theRed \ t
tile the City will 'borrow send the truck. J -I on Sunday morning,. January ,11. Cross and they are eager to "
0 for new water' facilities Never before within of!
$10.000 for sewerage facill- All types of paper-newsprint, Tire Board ll Button Hole Club' the oldest residents of this section contribute to the cause ,
cardboard BX flrnt Judge perryman staled In I
cart ona ; making
> wrappings, ,
yet this will be paid back of the state; have we gone so
> ,water revenues, Mr. Spark etc., are desired and can be used Has First Meeting; ; ,,, Ready To Go long Into winter. .without a killing public' the list of the first >I'
by the government for defense day's contributors. ,*
Judge Perry-
fed. and hence no bond elee- One Application
purposes If It Is true that a stitch In Issued
Here Nit.eekThe'.Jiradi'or man the following state
1 be ,
will. neces.aryut time saves nine, the more domes Unusually heavy rains have "
W. P. Smith, tire administrator. done ment: ,
the school does not'pro considerable damage I n
tic-minded ladies of Starke will
'and all members of Tire RationIng r '> "The Bradford County Chapter '
revenue from a dollars and Clinic *' County Health do, their part toward winning the mnnyv low land field/\ although 'f
Crippled Boards 43-1/ of Starke and the warm fall and winter has wishes to thank the businesses 7
standpoint he out.
pointed war with .
Unit.arid 'Tuberculouls Committeehave a weapon no more and Individuals who
45-2 of Brooker met at the Arm- ; been ,very favorable generally to so generously "
It helps America to keep formidable than a Hewing needle '
ory Monday afternoon and set up the mobile the of contributed toward raising our ,>'
institutions and a democraorm cured x-ray and a spool of thread. growth strawberry plants
of government-and In- January 30 the machinery,for functioning unit from the Division ,of Tuberculosis and other vegetables.The quota of 1230. This list con-1:' ,,
Bradford County. It was an- "The Button Hole Club. a tame only the names of those who Ii{
freedom of religion,freedom of heavy' fronts' and freezesof
t h State Board of volunteer
nounced that the boards are noW'ready er r sewing sponsored contributed during the first day 'J'Jand I
the press, freedom of speechall The clinic for crippled children, to operate. Health for 'Tuesday'and Wednes- by the YMCA-USO has re- this week did, the most harm there are many_ other gener- ;j t
[ that America and Ameri- conducted by the Florida CrippledChildren's day Jan, 27-al, Lung x-rays cently been organized and adopt where cabbage, onions and other ous citizens and business men who'
A division of
territory was
hold dear. Come' and such had beendamal'ed
out crops already
Commission, and ed as Its motto: "Keep the Sol for
sponsored some reason we were floabl "
agreed and eligibleand will be taken fate of charge ,In a
for bonds. upon persona by the heavy rains.
b y the Jones-Langford- diers tit Stitches, to reach on our first visit. We jj
who desire to purchase tires county-wide effort to find However only a few farmers had
White Post of the American any feel will also do '
The group will visit Camp : sure they their "
or tubes should be governed as such
itarians Hear Legion, will be held at.the" Court- follows: cases of, juberculosls that may Blending one night a week inking crop growing. part toward putting our chapter /II
house In Starke Friday January need medical ,care:; the various Service Clues tn Damage to the strawberry crop over and above Its quota and !'It'
[using Speech 30. beginning at 9 A. M. 'Patient Apply to the board at Starke if ,Those ,who..are chiefly wanted rotation. Soldiers will be notified WM flight. While, blossoms 0 and their names will appear' In the 1!',
,' from Bradford. Clay and ,Union you live ,in I3rad r4 County',and for x-ray' examinations, which ahead of time and ,will be Invitedto small( berries were destroyed, the paper later. ;
Chaplain B. Montgomery, counties rwill be -taken' of.and. ..eceive your "mail) at Hampton, plants were, not, permanently In. 'Remember Pearl ,Harbor t l'
jxer pastor' "of :t 11.e' Starke ?,, care ; ; ( will be h .., bring their socks to be darned, ;
ilistChurch1'' and, 'sisal ',,lunch.; cons liltIng'; of 'sand Highland Keystone Heights' .Lake fall 'Into tll'ee4daeaest ((1) all button; to be sewed on, collars to jured except 'where they had al- Did you have a ,son, brother, or' ,
: 'now, wiches andmilkwill. be".served.Dr. Geneva. Lawtey. Melrose Samp- persons ba. tllrDe4..to.. The bray..wot roady.beflA. damaged by excessive friend there?, The American RedCross '
d Camp Blandtnr, made a /ton: Stark State Farm, :Theressu rains. Farmers have learned to
B. R. Boone, director stated suspected of _'1&i g trouble; and 'seamstreswes will even under. wa there ready with $50.- tej\JI J
ring before
speech the Starkery or Lake Butler ,if you live expect 'a cold spell at this time I
000.00 and'was
Club Tuesday ((3)) any persona living In families -, take to Instruct the soldiers In 'Within If
Wednesday that was north of State Road No. 28.
of with the ".
delay .
year -
consequent the hour.
ted so that Dr., Paul H. Martin, orthopedic where tuberculosis haw oci the fine art needlecraft: so they ,
were set enthusiastically In motion to hold surgeon of Jacksonville will be Apply to the board at Bropker curred. (Children under ten will be able to do their own of the berry crop. "Send your subscriptions 'to) E. '

ass meeting here in the in charge of the examinations if you live in Bradford Countyand years of age do not .X-ray well,) mending If wont comes to worst. Berry growers are busy,at this K:, Perryman chapter chairman. t
ire so that the could near! assisted by Dr. Boone and Miss receive your mall at Brooker, All white people will be X- All ladles who would like to time applying the last application or F. F. Stump chapter treasurer.

DI ought to a larger message number of Margaret Hoxsey health nurse Graham New River Worthington rayed on Tuesday, Jan. 27 from join the groupare urged to turn' of fertilizer and getting ." nCtontrlbutorn
of the local health unit. Local Springs or Lake Butler if you 9 A. M. to 4 IV M. All colored in their names at once, as only a I ready to mulch. With a week or ;4.!;;
pie. physicians and other Interested live south of State Road No. 28. people will be X-rayed on Wed limited number will be allowed to two of fair weather, they should Quigley A Davis ISO, Florida \f
fn his sincere and whole- persons have been .Invited to attend I Office of the Starke board is in nesday Jan. 28, at the same visit the camp each week. Others have their berries In fine shape Bank at Starke 450, Louis Shaf- j)

*ted manner Chaplain Mont-, the National GuarVl Armory,.,and hours, Or ,B.IV. Boone directorof who would like to help but who and preparations for otli y ,crops kin ISO, Sam Rosenberg $29, F. i
cry told of the many hard- At?'least 50' children the Brooker board !'office- is )In. G. the health''o ttlt, stated Tues I, may have domestic responsibilities well under way. {.' F. Stump $29. E. K., Perryman f
now being endured by our are expected B. COlson's'"tore. 'day.. that keep them at home, can 125, Nat Sternbcrgt 125, C, H. ,
to attend the clinic.
lers while training! themselvesthe Quotas for January for the two aid the cause by taking some of First Aid Classes Nasworthy $23, L. A. Canova j,
"All old
of the Florida
[ job of saving,the country, capes boards were announced by the the excess mending home with 129 Columbia Military $2T! ,' Brad'
stated that he could not be- Crippled Children's Commissionare Tire Administrator for Bradford I Police Benefit Ball them. There will be things to In Full Swing' ford Hardware 129 Carpenter {1','

that our civilian population amination requested to come In for ex County, on January 14, a* fol. To Be February. knit also so 'turn your name In Drug Co. |29, Freeman Register f
lid fall down the and also anynew! Patriotic Bradford Countlans 125 Mr. and ',
on Job when lows: to Miss Margaret Krsklne at the Mrs. W. B. Mundy
I time comes for all of us tope cases" which are In need of service Board No. 45-1: Plans"for the first ''annual Police YMCA. She will find /some way are determined that If ,worst 125. Darby Bros $20, Jerry's 120, ,k;

sacrifices.In our dally lives.e : Lean,, announced Registered :Miss Nurse Agnes of Jack-Mc 10 Passenger car tires Benefit Ball, were perfectedat for you to help. comes to worst, ami*the enemies Koch Drug Store '20. V. S: St. :,J
declaration of war' comely a' meeting d held, '4iu the City John' 120 Torode Chevrolet 120, j,
8 Passenger car tubes, of civilization bombe
sonvllle. who Instrumental in 'drop on
was '
solved Hali 'Tuesday 'afternoon t.i bo' B. L. Matthews 120. Geo. Pappas 4'I
of a
any problems 40 Truck and bUSt tires,r: Red Cross
bringing the clinic to Starke. Sewing this
e that might bave existedhe 34 Truck and bus tubes. clock. Attending the meeting section ,of .country) Inflicting$ 120, A. Hartman 120, Frank' j,
Army, the speaker .stated. Board No. 45-2: were Mayor, N,. D. Wainwright, To Begin Soon Injury on Its' civilian population, I Fine Food I2O, Dr, M. 'B.'- Her- ,
fore the attack'' on'Pea '1 Har- Want The Police 1 pasaenger car tire Jr.,. and -six members, of the there shall be a .sufficient number long $20. Adolph Gay $19, M., F.

we had men coming to us Call 'Em Up 1 Passenger ,car,tube, Starke olice force: Chief, A.; L. The Bradford' County Red of persons who know 'first !Brown 110 Dr. Purdon Murphy ,
day, with all sorts of good 0 Truck and'bus tires Alvarez ,and patrolman W. E. Cross chapter Is about ready to 'cate 110 Hi Hat 110 Or W, E.. Mid- .I',
lines for wanting to get out of Starke 'citizens can rest easierat 4 ,Truck and,'bus tubes. Thornton Fred Sap Ben "go ahead with all services: according aid to take of the emerge dleton $10, J. B. Alexander |10, )i r
i service" Chaplain Montgom- HolUendorf G E. Lueders, andT. to Mrs. Lea Goodman, ency. At least three different Hogan Smith 110. A.' J., Thomas; ii
night. They now have a way This division of the allotment
sald. '''Now' it 'Ie Just the to get the police in a hurry when for January for Bradford Countywas N' Ballard. Thee staging and field representative for North first-aid classes, enrolling perhaps 110. S. }oJ. Sparks $10 J. M. 1|!

r way around. If a man laut burglars or prowlers are dis made after a check of record directing of the event was turn. Florida with headquarters I n 75 to 100 persons will be Alvarez 13, Edward Burns 15, tCyrui _
to be discharged be begs ed over to Beb 8atterfl<*ld. Washington, D. C., who was in Slstrunk |5, M. M., Raybln f
covered. of tag sales In the county for In full swing In a few days I '
o help him find It was stated' that from, Starke Tuesday and Wednesday 13. Frank Landrum 15, H.. E.
some profits
way Immediately under the stairway 1941, !in order to arrive at the
Two of them In
in. '' conferring with I Judge E. K. are already Tucker 'Coca-Cola Co. $3. Jack f
They see 'a Infr the event will go Into a police
purpose leading to the offices of At- correct ratio.
up operation. At B. H. S. all t l '
Perryman, county chairman, and Edwards 13, Wl A. Bessent $3 t'
training now, and each man and benefit fund. In charge of the
Frank Landrum Dr.
ager to do: his part." torney Any responsible tire dealer or mayor and chief of police to be other civic leaders.: teachers who have not already L. T. Dyer 15, Ben Suslow (3, fCarti f.,
Purdon the southwest
Murphy on tire repairer In the bad> such
county may a course, are now enrolled 131.75 TOTAL 180675. I
In the bank and used "Mrs. C. A. been
deposited Knight has
f-naplaln Montgomery stressed corner of Call and Walnut streetsIs become a tire Inspector by apply Under the direction' of
[fact that civilians can be good a brand new telephone booth. lor the purpose of aiding memo made production manager" Mrs.
ing to the board In his district. Mrs N. D. Wainwright Jr.. and
Tiers bers of the force and their Goodman stated. "She Is Birthday Ball Plans
just'as well as men act- By the time this gets Into Those so far announced In Starkeare police sending Mrs. W H. Hart, a class of
|y in the armed forces and print (according to H. A. BI."hop.city ." : families In time of sickness or tor all supplies and will open a women", was organized at the Shaping Up
d his listeners to do what-, councilman and owner of the other mI ortune. Dewing room by the first of
courthouse with
Monday night
S., L. Alvarez, Jr.. at L. B. "
)Is asked of them In this Starke Telephone Company), a \Station H The ball wiUbe held In the February. In this connection, approximately 20 enrolling for "Prospects are that this year's
rgency-whether it be storing' telephone will be Installed with a Alvarez Service armory Friday, night February Mrs. Goodman requests all women the course. This claws will meet Birthday Ball for the President I
fr cars to save tires and gas- loud bell on the outside which can J. W.,Andrews, at Ford Garage, I 6, It was 'i ,ated, and a seven- having sewing machines which Mondays and Wednesday' .from will live up to the glamorous \
a or paying higher taxes-and be heard for some distance away. Raymond Brown, at Ford piece orchestrawill, be engaged. they can lend to get In touch 7:30: to 9:30: P. M. and all wpmen tradition established by those
do It cheerfully, without This is a much-wished-for convenience Garage Filling Station It Is expected that- attendance j with Mrs., Knight at once, and are Invited to attend. events In Bradford County, ever
nbllng. and a member of the Lacy Conway at Conway Ser- will be one of'the largest ever to that they also volunteer their since the very first one was (i 'J'
short talk was also made at police force l III supposed to be vice Station turn out for an event of this I servlceu as well as their mach Next Wednesday night Jan held" N. Sternberg chairman of t r,
L. F. Dlnktna. at DInkIns' Ser- ines. uary 21. a class In the Courthouse the 1942 ball said
meeting by Mrs. Lea Good- within easy hearing distance of kind: In Starke. yesterday.
under the direction of M.
National Red Cross' field this bell at all times both day vice Station, Ted Sherwood will bring his I
entatlve, who told of some and night. C. D. Edwards at Edwards' I Aid Fund Grows Mary Jane English W.principal Morrow will Hampton be open school to all I popular University of Florida ''
ll.e war-time work carried on Merely call central In the usual Service Station This orchestra to Starke for the gala ;
[this organization and of the way and say, "Give me Its: police Adolph Gay at Gay's Service: I In Bradford County, during the Mrs Mary Jane English 76, a organization men. class at 7:30: will o'clock meet, and for' celebration which will be held in

ent drive for war relief ,funds, ," Mr.. B'ohop' Announced Station month of December. 297 recipients lormer, resident of DeLand, died the the Armory Friday night' Jan-
will then be
Wednesday. Harry H. Houston at Houston's 1 !' of old age assistance received suddenly Friday. January 9, In men permitted I uary 30.
to decide their
10' House Burns Service Station. I cash grants totaling 94.175. the home of her son, Richard H. upon. regular meetIng Net profits from the ball go to
New Church Members L. L. Llbby. -at Temple Garage, Of this amount J316 was paid to49'children English In Starke. I nights.I the national fund used for 'fightIng -
ist Friday morning about 7:30: H. 'L.- Morgan at Robert* (22 families) received Funeral services were held Sat- Infantile paralysis.

k house in Reno belonging The Rev G.. C. Powell, pastor, Motor CO,'( aId' to dependent :children and urday afternoon In the Stetson ;you have an old flrxt- i
negroby the name 'of Frank- announced this week that he had Vincent S. St. John.-at Eastern $175 was paid to 11 recipients of Baptist Church, DeLand with the aid text book lying around unused Bradford News To CloseThe

; burned to ,the ground. "The received ,into the Methodist Auto Supply,Co., ,, .aid to, the blind, Florida Is now Rev. J, S. Murphy officiating T If no, you are requested!
i had been under way for about Church during 1941 29 new muss* B. O,.SeguJ' /.,.'at,,a\tltOn\ Con payingea h grants for public Burial followed In the Lake Dlas to ore Judge E. K. Perrymao Bradford News Company; a I

mutes before-the Alarm was be...., But even during, ,he few poratiqn. assistance, In: 4 member of the fire !. short 'montha- that he "has been E. HT Smith at-Smlth's'Carage; 85 6 per year.Ambylance. Mrs. English was born In Bradford instruction. i Co., of Chattanooga Twn..,which
tment said "and there Is no there, he has superintended the W. E. 'Torode,' at Torode Chevrolet County, but had lived in In scarcely' 'any other way I opened on the corner ef Cherryand
er.la Reno" .construction of a 2.50O educational Co. CorpsA I Volusia County for the past SO can you be of more service In Madison streets In December s
hough Reno Is Inside the building 'and done many Up to late Wedne rJay afternoon I years, She had made DeLand the Interests of national defense 1940 will go out of business here J

limits of Starke, there is no other things to build up his con the Starke board had acted -, J. Thomas who has charge ''I her home' for 22 years before right at thin. time than on or before February I, G. W. I
er connection there. (That Is grelfa tlon. upon only one application.: of the. 'local ambulance corps, moving to Starke two years ago. by lending a first-aid text book Rid, manager stated Wednesday.This .
advantage the contemplated under the Jurisdiction of the Division Mrs English is survived by for those claM iMHi. Due toxltortagn a Company furnished various "

rand sewer system will give In GainesvilleJudge Dr. Jones Gone of Health and Housing in three daughters Mrs. Glenn McIntosh of paper, it I* notgoing kind of magazines to dealers ?
Judge :; Starke Mrs. Cora Yel- to be possible to have Put Bradford.
o. It was stated.) ,All the fire- the Defense Council reported that ; throughout n am
could do was to "stand by" A. Z. Adklns, of the 8th Dr. C. ,W. Jones chiropractor, 13 out of 21 of his volunteer Ington, Starke; and Mrs. SusIe these books printed. So please Clay Union and Alachua counties -
their "shoulder tanks" and Judicial Circuit! convened courtIn who has had offices on the sec;' workers.were' present at a meetIng I Butler Miami; one son, Richard see Judge I'erryman at the Mr. Kiel stated. "It was> r
deals for the protection ofr Gameevllle Monday. The sessions and floor of the Adklns building, atbe, Courthouse Monday H. English Starke; 12 grand- Courthouse at once If you can never a paying proposition In
houses. The house was a will likely continue for a recently 'closed! up and !left night where plans were laid for children and three great-grand lend such book. Starke from the beginning- be

low. it was stated. month: the Judge stated. Starke. 41CJ] their work children. said

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I F.4.OF. TWO will be no luxuries at all, and many seeming those not necessary; ordered all Deeds FiledEva i

\: The Bradford County Telegraph necessities will be foregone or produced ir tin control and lead, restricted scrap under use of rationing ethy-; Mae Thomas and A. 3 I 1JJ&& xeij

KfttabU bed 1877 bare minimum quantities. At this moment, alcohol In toilet soap, moutl b I I Thomas, her husband, to A. A
cent of our washes, rubbing alcohol, candy; Annie, Jan. 2; Stanley Hoyt and
E.: I Matthews. ___________. l&Utor and Owner8UBSCRII"TION we are spending about 25 per cut use of certain materials being
the glazes; Annie E. Hoyt, his wife
national income for war purposes. By of vending
In manufacture How to Win Friends
KATE the heirs and all of the heirs at Author of
will if the plans gt machines dispensing cigarettes,
end of the year we
Month, 91.00- Items; cut' law of Caroline S. Gerow. deceased People. '!
Yearly $1.75: ; fill through be spending as much as 50 percent food, candy and other and Influence
the amount of wool for civillai who was the mother
fuiiUiOied Weekly on Fridays and Entered! .. Second ... ,- What that will mean to the civilian use to' 'SO percent of last 'year; 'I Stanley Hoyt. of Union 'County,

Clans Mutter at the Font Office at Starke standard of living is easily seen. and restricted the use of copper New Jersey, to G. C. Mott, of

Pull Yet there" is no grumbling. Right in certain-radio parts.permission to Union 'County, ...Florida. Jan. 8;

It's The Long In This War wingers and left-wingers, labor leaders and auto OPM manufacturers granted to make 204,- Edna Jones, a widow, and the NO ONE KICKS A'DEAD DOGIn

That Counts big industrialists, Democrats and Republicans 843 cars In January In order to State of Florida, to George Nettles -
it is still impossible to learn moxie before 6 J. T. Quigley and event in Chicago which
Although alike that an all-out effort, use up parts already Jan. : 1929 there was an att
r'' the complete why and wherefore of Japan'searly agree the plants are converted to war wife Minnie Wynn Quigley to the most brilliant educators in the country. People<
with all the privations entailed, must be passed claw Center Inc.. Jan. 7; '
outlines Congress Blanding -occasion. Not
victories in the Pacific, the broad production. of for thousands of miles for the a :f
The painful truthis made. permitting the President tc Belle R. Williamson, widow game; not a political powwow. No', the occasion
clear. residentof
becoming time to D. Williamson a
saving Allen
are simply underestimated ,Time is the great factor now-time to order daylight Manatee County, and the State inauguration of a young man of thirty as president]
that we in America save electric. power. In this country: the Univen
fourth richest university
of the produce the instruments of war, and to of Florida, .to Blanding Center :
extent and striking: power PRICKS HIT with an endowment of
the Japan got the WHOLESALE Inc., Jan. 6; Joseph L. Harrell Chicago; a university seventy
the troops.
Japanese air and naval forces. We were train necessary HIGH and his wife Lucy F. Harrell to dollars.

over-confident. We did not turn the Philip- jump on us, as Germany did on Russia and The President sent a message Peter and Bytha Florence Dec The young man who was to be Inaugurated as i pr

lesser islands into the kind Britain in the early days of conflict, be- to Congress asking for provision I...26; W. C .Ward and his wife, had worked his way through Yale as a waiter. Butt
pines and for war for a single price administrator Louise Ward to L. G. Powell, sat at his feet: Robert Maynard Hutchins.
she preparing great
which could have repelled a ma- cause spent years for all prices in the price contrdl and her husband -
of bastions have Dec. 29; L R. Johns I was not there, but I got a glimpse of it from the I;
jor attack. Further, we, like the rest of the while we had done relatively little. We legislation now under considera Carl Johns, to the City of Jefferson Davis Sandefer formerly president of F

lethargic-wishfully dis- the resources to make up for this, if onlywe tion. The OPM Issued a pam" Starke. a Florida municipality, Simmons university, Abilene, Texas. Dr. Sandefer]
democracies, were phlet, "How to Stop. Inflation, Starling and
t make full of the time we have left Dec. 30; John A. the father of the new I
regarding the writing on the wall. Japan use explaining: In non-technical language Carrie B. Starling, his wife, to the platform next to president.
decisive of the war ia I t Inflation, him he said "I notice that one of the
must have spent at least eighteen months before the stage the causes o Maggie Hudson, Dec. SO; Frankie ing to news
taken In ,other countriesand made bitter attack on your son today.
vast scale reached. measures Rltch. a widow, formerly Frankie a
a ,
attack so
preparing for an on what cari be done here to J. Kinchen. wife Leonard S. This was stating it mildly for young Dr. Hutch

but few Americans believed war was actually keep prices down. The Bureau of Klnchen, to Leonard S. Kinchen. not only been attacked by the newspapers and by t'.

coming in the Pacific. Roosevelt Gives Japs And Nazis Labor Statistics reported whole- Dec., 31; Leonard S. Kinchen. also rational bigwigs, but had been bitterly denounced

The only bright spot so far has been Something To Think About sale prices are now at the highest known as Leonard Kinchen, wid Dr. Hutchins' father sat for a moment, thinking!
l'' level since 1939--17.6 percent owes W Moore Dec. SI; J
the ; to D. said quietly: "Yes, that's true. But remember
fighting spirit shown by Production schedules announced b y above thlp time last
the superb year. R. A. Green and wife) Lucile H. ever kicks a dead dog."

American and Filipino troops commandedby President' Roosevelt for 1942 and 1943 in his CIVILIAN DKFKNSE Green, to Eugene Griff, Dec, 31; Remember that the next time someone attacks j qv.

General! MacArthur, who seems to have annual report to Congress on the state of The President appointed JamesM. H. E. Stokes and Alberta Stokes and, The moment you raise your head even slightly ab

fully lived up to his reputation as our ablest the nation provided the Axis with a pre- Land, Dean .()f the Harvard Lithe his! wife Crosby., to A.Jan.L.3 I Crosby; Eva Mae water level of mediocrity you will discover a lot of Je]
JI His forces were tremendously intends to Law School as Executive of the .Thomas her envious, critics on the banks of the river ready to']'
.4A t general officer. view of what the United States Defense to direct Thomas and A. J
Office of Civilian.
mud balls at Some of the mud balls will have]
G. you.
Callie D. Gay and S
outnumbered; their equipment was do about prosecuting the war. Plans have the civilian defense program husband. been the 1
Gay her husband 'to A. A. Annie inside. This has true throughout ages; and
; inferior to that of the Japanese, and after been laid to build 60,000 planes, 45,000tanks under the LaGuardia general ,supervision who Is ,,also of and Eunice Aunts Jan. 2; H. E. be true until human nature changes.:; La Rochefouthe

the early days of fighting, they .had no air 20,000 anti-aircraft guns, and 8,000- Mayor Director of New York City The Moorer and wife. Shellle Moorer; French: philosopher, said many years ago: "If you

.. power to speak of. Yet they made the 000 deadweight tons of merchant shipping House and Senate passed and A. B. McGllvarey and wife, Lot- enemies excel your friends; but if you want frien
tremendous toll in men and sent to conference a bill appropri- tie McGllvery; B. C. Powell and your friends excel you" Why Is that true?, Because]
enemy pay a during the coming.. year.These ating $100.000,000 for civilian de- wife, Jessie Powell; E. K. Powell our friends excel us, it gives them a feeling of impo
'f f material for every inch of ground taken stunning figures-figures that fen e. OCD asked its regional and wife Nealle Powell, of Dade when we excel them it gives them a feeling of infer]

and, at this writing, they are continuing to would have been classed as absurd less thana directors to obtain from State :. County, representing four and wife heirs, So if you accomplish,anything in the world, expect'!
fight. for and city governments all possible of C. A. Youngblood attacked, denounced, condemned. That was the la
only the picture deceased to
year ago-present Mary Youngblood,
; equipment needed by the auxiliary utchins of Abraham Lincoln of Sor
MacArthur Robert Maynard ,
Many have wondered why 1942. During 1943 the United States expects Mollie Sibley, an heir of C. A.
firemen policemen air raid war- and who
ft substantial U. S. naval aid. Youngblood and Mary Young- and of all the good capable great men ever
was not given to build 125,000 airplanes, 75,000 dens and other volunteers DI- blood Jan. 2.Methodist. So expect Jealousy, criticism and envy--expect the:
: In the opinion of strategists, it would have tanks, 35,000 anti-aircraft guns and 10- rector McNutt of the Defense take them in your stride. That's what General SIT
been suicidal for the Navy to send major Health and Welfare Services setup learned to do. As a man he was
l i 000,000 tons of merchant vessels, with other In each of the 48 States a Church Butler young very
il fleet forces in an attempt to save .Manila. war material production stepped up ki pro- State Nursing Council on Defense tive to criticsm. He was easily hurt; But he join
Japan has big naval bases in Formosa and to promote recruiting: of. student Services next: Sunday wilt be: U. S. marines as a private and battled his way uP'
i i., of which portion. nurses and enrollment of 50,000 Church School .10 A. M.' top. He declares in his autobiography that he had
'r+ on the mandated islands, some are Cost to the United States during 1942 young women in nursing schoolsIn Morning Worship 11 o'clock. cussed by every possible combination of bitter, Ins:;

: well under a thousand miles,from Luzon. will amount to $56OOOOOOOOO-more than 1942. Subject: "The Necessities' of adjectives in the English language. So now when he-

Our forces' nearest major base is many Life." someone calling him a blankety-blank-blank, he sa
half the national income. As the President THE WAR FRONT Meetings at
Youth Fellowship
of his head to who is talking. So the
thousands of miles away from the scene never even turns see
stated this means paying taxes and buying The White House announced 6:30: P. M.Evening.
attacked for accomplishing something
time are
action at Pearl I Harbor. Furthermore, Worship 7:30 o'clock. you
scale of It will tho U. S., Britain the Nether- It shows are alive. V
is important it is not vital. bonds on a unheard before. The Song Service led by H. A. not take it as a compliment. you
while Luzon ,
mean the elimination of most of the lux- lands and the Dominion govern- Carlton each Sunday evening is no one kicks a dead dog.FUNERAL.
What the Allied Pacific powers must at- ments agreed to a unified com- of the ser
uries we have come to regard as necessities.It an interesting part
; tempt to save at all costs I is Singapore, mand in the Southwest Pacific ..

which is the key to the entire Far East, In- will mean twenty-four-hour working area with all sea, land and air vice.The Pastor's subject for theevening DIRECTOR
days, with seven-day working: weeks. It will be: "A Divine Ques-
cluding the rich Dutch East Indies. All forces under Gen. Wbvell of the
Me to I
Possible for
Makes It
tion to Disturbed Minds.! My Many Year Experience
will the mobilization of all effortsto
mean our British Army, with Lt. 0 e n.
Allied strength must be conservedfor SKBVlOt
possible Prayer. services are held at the EFFICIENT.; ritOMPT and COURTEOUS
Brett of the U. S. Air ,
the prosecution the Army
the decisive land, sea and air I battle Forces as next' in command. Gen. Church each Wednesday night at MODERATE PRICES

I" which will soon take place along the Ma- Even in a nation used to 'astronomical Arthur'commander in the r:30 o'clock. _. DeWITT C. JONES

layan peninsula. The commanders of great figures, the people will probably not get the Philippines reported hi9 lines I to A any cordial and all invitation services.is extended Starke Florida

+J armies and navies must take the long view, full import of the President's message fora holding attacks against The Army renewed and Navy Japanese reported -, G C. Powell, Pastor.

: and look to the winning of the war, not the while. It will take time to understand sinking of three enemy

W scattered, costly victories which might imperil fully the scope of the war effort, realize the cargo ships of 10,000 tons each,

the major campaign.It changes it will make in all our lives, digest one enemy transport and more
than a score of
Japanese bombingand
is often said that the prime objective the realities of all-out war. But speed is fighting planes. The Marine F F F

l of this war is the destruction of the the watchword, and during the first five Corps announced that new reports

'e, Nazis-that, once that is done, Japan and weeks of war the people of the United showed Wake Island that the had defenders sunk one of

',. Hitler- allies can be taken care of in States have shown their readiness to do the cruiser, four destroyers, one submarine

their turn. The news which comes out of Job-however. grim and hard and bloody it and one'gunboat before

Russia is immensely encouraging to the Allied may be. succumbing. The president cited
the entire Wake garrison for
l' .powers. The German rout continues, Unlike the hysterical utterances of hither heroism. ,

and the destruction of German divisions and ] the President's words had almost a The White House announced

;is: Germar_{, ,equipment is on an almost incred- sobering effect upon his audience. In the)00,000 RAF American dropped more ,tha\ 2-

". ible scale The Russian command now says measured words, he told the nation the Vazl-occupled" 'a pamphlets D..ce stressing-on

that it means to press forward until Ger- price of victory, confident that the people the: historic ties I between the r

many itself is turned into a battlefield. were ready to pay it. He held out no false American and French people.. The

And in Libya, the British have won a victory hopes, minimized no dangers made no pamphlets the Statue of included Liberty pictures and quota-' of <

\ which may prove of immense importance boastful predictions. :10ns t: I from the. President's,

to the eventual winning. of the enrfre' Thus with full realization of the dangers speeches I' I

war. and hardships that lie ahead, the United for The selective President service set February registration 16

This country is now, for the first time, States entered its first year of the war. of> men from 20 to 44 who have

realizing what modern war means. The Without illusions, without false hopes, but not previously registered.

order freezing sales of new motor cars and with a solidly united nation, this country "

prohibiting the production of new cars after has embarked on the greatest task of its Building PermitsJ.

| January, indicates the way the wind blows. history. The stakes are high-survival ofa T. Kirkland. Jr., $300 on Jan-

| It may be expected that our lives will be free people. The end, though distant, is tary 3, for the purpose of buildIng -
a frame residence 20 x 22 1'eelin
'evolutiomzed 1 with '
1 astonishing speed. There certain: victory. the Livingston Truby & Co's No. IS. WIT AlE FLOIIlimCULEI "Cr.ekee"l.nhsa

addition to the town of Starke. "ClaCIERS"! orable ....., honor*
ably earned in u.. day
THIS WEEK IN D. W. Moore .$500 on January when Tlorlda'o chief ......t..... were timber and '."p.ba. ..-
I THE 9 I for
WAR remodeling his residence
I, on .. whoa heary-haol job in the piney" wood wore
Veller street in the Livingston, doss with .:IIt...and th.pltol-hot orach of lane rawhidebnUwhip
\\1 (A summary of Information on the Important developmen of theovernmont Truby & Co.'s addition. He will echoed. through the ort, wielded by men to
Week, mail aItepurtH ll l hi.l. l hy official ourre In the idd bath In .
Wa s hlnlton. D. C) Office of room: put another whom its ... had beoomo both an art and a moan of
floor In living room; and rebuild communication. "He a cracker" _.. laid admiringly,
C. S. GOES; ".\I.L OUT" I I war lie said total war expenditures end of 1942-three times aa'many, garage. Frank Johnson Is the for It meant that a man had mastered the art of keeping
The President, In a message lo are now at the rate of carpenter. hi. animal moving with the whip-crack not. withontvor
ap- as were so employed In the R. Newsome allowing the lash to sting and that ho knew, and uS
Congress, salt he hurt directed I A. secured permit
t proKlmately 2000000.000 a fourth quarter of 1941. There oval the elaborate signal system
Federal agencies to arrange a new month and may surpass $ ,OOO.- will be only relatively small Increases January 9 for the purpose of con- by>> which actual conversation were
schedule of war production call- I 000,000 a month during fiscal I n total employment, structing $1,000 residence 18x24 held across mile of Umber barren. FENSE Ir
Ing for 60.000 planes In 1942, Including 1913. The President mild he could however, Visa Perkins said, be feet one-story in lot 3 of the Today the whin-orach till echoes
Livingston, Truby & Core addi- throngh abs pine. when cowboy
: 45.000 combat craft and cause many persona now workingIn
not predict ultimate costs "be- BUY
tion to Starke. "....ck...*" rood np their herd,*
125,000 In 1943, Inclining 1b0uu01 I civilian-goods industry wilt be
I cannot vain
cause predict the charging
... ...
and nt rodeo and .II.a. when
shifted to STATIC
combat work. WP A
units; 43,000 tanks In war an-
fortunes of but'
war. he proponed domonitrato their .kill.Tht VINO
1942 and 75.000 In 1943; 20,000 an Increase In tax collec- nounced 3.800,000 persona were Be Quick To TreatBronchifis they OHO
ntl-alrcraft gun In 1942 and35.00O tions of 27000000000.:. He asked unemployed In December, 100,000lees waroxq rs, l FR .u
In 1943; 8.0OO.OOO deadweight careful than the previous month.
tons of Congressional consideration QRAMD fLAIOI of I Jix./ FACT '
merchant ships In of Income taxes collected at CONSERVATION OF a
1942 and 10,000,000 In 1943. the source, payroll taxes excise MATKIUALS that Dtmonstratts' another skill
The ,
President told Congress he taxes and taxes Chronic bronchitis
: on State and may develop If
would order the U. S. armed local government bonds. OPM announced industrial conservation your snot ecold.or acute bronchitis Only the ma.terl7..skjll of matter
{ forces to a world-wlda front to Mr. Roosevelt said expenditures programa will be setup treated and you cannot brewers, using choice American material
"nd the in than 30)() industrial afford to take achance with
enemy and "hit him and more anymedlcine -
for farm aid, work relief and centers' less potent than Creomulsion I ., could give this famous "Drink of
It him again whenever and to wreck old machineryand
youth aid, would be reduced by which goes right to the seat of trw Friendship" tangy, mellow flavor and
herever we can reach him." lie equipment to salvage needed
the end of the 1942 fiscal year trouble to help loosen and expel germ '
.Id U. S. forces would take up $600.000.000 from last and materials; to minimize waste and laden phlegm and aid nature to distinctive bouquet the flavor and
oaltions If necessary in the will be reduced another year$860- spoilage, to handle scrap and soothe and heal raw tender,inflamed bouquet; that make diacriminating people -

British Isles, the Far Bast and 000,000 next fiscal year when the speed its return to users. bronchial Creomulsion mucous blends membranes.beechwood exclaim "JAX it truly a fine brew!I'.

on all oceans and bases within I total cost will be l.SOO.OOO.OOO OPM also recommended elimination creosote by special process with other Enjoy a bottle of JAX today! You can't B 1%E: RBRADFORD
and without the New World of time tested medicines for
I i or about half of the sum for the special deliveries of coughs buy a better beer at price.
to the It : any
necessary protect Western present year. milk and substitution of every- containserohnarcotics.
d Hemisphere.The 1, other-day delivery fop daily delivery -! have tried tell your y druggist medlclnetyou to JAX BIEWIR6 COMPANYJACKSMf
proposed total KMI'LOVMKNTLabor: to conserve tires. The agency! sell you a bottle of Creomulsion with
expenditure. In the flujal year Secretary Perkins r e recommended manufacturers simplify the understanding you must like Ute IL L E. FLOIIIA
1943 to S77.000.000.000. Of this I' ported 1 ,OCJOOOO workers will beengaged rhe types of bottles and way It Qulcky seep cough, per.mitting _' ll
$56.000.000,000 would be for the in war production by the other containers and eliminate have rest and or you are to
:your money back. (Adv.)
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[ High School JournalITORIAL .p; gyRuy SIX Kathleen Norris Says : : :; 1...:f\

STAFF Class Has Fun New Band Members B Club Party $i INCHSERMON Happy Marriage Demands Character/ I: ;k'. '

rJorle Editor- Thompson With Old PicturesThe Undergo Huge SuccessThe (Ben Syndicate-VPNU Service.)
Social Reporters Margie Mathew, third period Home Ec< Week's InitiationIf persons who'said that the M ,

I Sllcox ranks class Is taking up the B" Club could not'have: a sue:

| Dorothy Greenfepeclal study of clothing.; To begin this you saw a few queer looking ceaaful party were badly fooled -

Features of students wandering about lapt when the first school social I In
they started with the study c BV. ROBERT H. HARPER
ayes, Ovid Futch. Joe dress in the ancient times and week, dressed as if they wet many years went off with i a
f Lander headed for a tacky party, carryIng ; -
are bringing it up to the preset bang, December 19.
(junior Reportersvls toys smelling of moth balls, loin iht Baptist and Jaw.
day. Pictures were brought dating !
The Armory was beautifully;
Bishop. Edna f Leon for January 18: Luke 3> 1-4. t
Nina bowing and muttering a e W
back into the beginning of decorated with 'red, white, ani
Edwards words before certain other sti 15-11 =!. ss.
the nineteenth century. The old blue streamers coming from the >g LcUffIl
Patsy Robert dents before hurrying on their Cold. rese tu& J: t2.W .
__ --:
-- tin type pictures were amon center of the room. TrIbute ,
s ____-__. Mae 1 arker those brought. the way. you were not seeing thing! ., think today of John the Bai .
Style was should be paid to Miss Sparkmai :
list also thin
_____ Buddy,Davis! or,' as very likely though, and Jesus; we may
rts to be noted and foun
thing they and her band of decorators. The] of the testimony of John and God l '
________ Douglas Haze the great differences between the the pupils had not lost their acted as if they were professionals concerning Jesus. / ,4.

pedal Features dress of that period and the senses all of a sudden. It was but we hear they really had< Jonn the Baptist a cousin of J.- P ",

.' Hayes Joe; lender: dress of our modem day. Som Just some students being initiate a "large" time. Those activi sus and his Brest forerunner b< -
Reporters of fashions into the band. Yes, that's nigh, can t>ia ministry at a time carefull
Junior the of that day were were Buck who, as offlcla
Shli and it Is the first time It has happened recorded by Luke, giving the name
vis Nina Bishop. high necked dresses made of lac his be '
climber, showed. ability to of rulers who deserve no rem m-
here but it most certainly
y, Marjorie Gilder Edna and embroidered very fancllj]; ; come an acrobat; Judy as heat bratie except to fix the politic! i.
wUl be the last. '
Martha Markey, E v a The hairdos were more of the not decotator, displaying his artist Ii period In which John labored. Job '

Gainey swept-up style which made the The Initiation lasted the whol ability; and Jacqueline aa an ex was a great preacher, worthy iemulsUon !

Girl's Sports wearer look much older than she week and was quite a trial for cellent errand girl. A special Content to be a voice< ,

Oral Peele really was. To us these style the new members of the ban note of thanks goes to Mini losing himself in his message, his
heaq Was not turned by the fact iI.
seem comical, but: they are com who feel that they well deserv Sparkman (confidentially wi that rnultltudes went forth to hea .',

ing more and more to be the their position However they expect doubt If there would have been a him. Like the mighty men out to "

ial styles of our modem times. The to laugh and laugh loud party at all if it, had not been: make bovid king, John was out to j ji .

high toplace boots with the pointed when the time comes for them for her assistance)., make Jesus Lord. i

INSTRUCTIONS toes and high heels were won to have the honor of putting othe I think that there was not i a He fearlessly denounced the corruption :- I

cd sheet containing: all' by the beat dressed people. Th students who desire to Join the pair of feet present which did not of high and low called upon
the signal of men to repent and led them to baptism -
ructions, covered with, lace band through similar ceremonlet Due
all-clear signs big hats and trip the light fantastic. to' in preparation for the com In. ,
[and the each of the flowers were very stylish too. The ceremonies welch the students the shortage of boys it was a girl of One who would baptize with the r. g gt gy

given to Dorothy Green brought picture had to undergo lasted the break dance-but even that did Holy Spirit. Prophet of the old order :-

and read to the student of Mrs. Katie Wlmberly, Lorenz entire week and were on thl Is not stop those jitterbugs. The John stressed what men must I
f' the home rooms. These do to be saved, and prepared the
Green and others whom we know order: All week the boys had to refreshment committee functioned
n8 are Important and nail and tbe Punch way for Him who would save met 1.
wear finger pollen effectively am ,
These pictures supplied quite i a
what believe In
learned thoroughly by by they concern .
bit of amusement for the spirit, girls had to go without make cookies were "a hit" to ,give w himself. First of all. men mumbelieve \

ent. but they found that there was a up. Both sexes were required to a break from dancing. to be saved. ,I''0'I

are some Instructions great deal of beauty I n their] carry moth balls, wear one 90Ck! Thanks are also due to Rober Why did Jesus come: to the bat I : '

llch would be hard to clothing although it did seem so of one color and one of another Jackson for the use of his ampli tlsm of John? In the complete I;

some rooms there are peculiar to them. Jewell Red color, and on meeting an old flying system and to George Identity of himself with men It WDII 15- i p

for the students to get dish, Darrah Johns, Grace Mac member of the band had to box Flynn and Freeman Register for them.fitting that he be an example unto

schools student and "I'm the of the their records. ,
some Donald and Margie Mathews say, scum Now think of the testimony of
go to the forests but I Ii If brought some interesting picture earth.; which took a lot of courage The concensus of opinion wad God. Following his baptism, the ; :'

e i an air raid alarm now also. Ii, should think. Besides tha that our theme song should tx Holy Spirit descended upon Jesus : i

| be impossible for us to the boys and the girls had to' "Why Don't We Do This Mow like a dove and the voice of God

forests because of the wear ,their clothes backwards on. Often" So you..can readily from heaven said "Thou art mj
The Vision beloved Son." We may well trust hu.bnml began telling m e of a prrtty girl la on mdjoining of) c.. All Ike IJMy i
jtlch la still on the groun Monday. On Tuesday they part understand that a very good time
our lives to One who receives the men were rray about her When I "ipr.jr rain. Not only does the Seniors, Juniors, sophomores, and ed their hair in the middle and was enjoyed by all of those who testimony! of earth and the approbation H. laid; gloomily she hud ailmillaj; she loved him. \ .
|ent us from having tha freshmen' combed it straight down. Oi I attended and mlssod- by all who of heaven.SAMPSOM.

; it also makes It uri- Wednesday! they carried .dolls and did not attend. By KATHLEEN NORRIS 1IVSBA1WS'
| and sometimes (Impog And Fell asleep the teachers in school gazing one on day then; the ,boys had to wear bows In CITY a man is mental' Moat of Kathleen Norris'

some students to com their: hair. On Thursday, of all Entire I> Mra. J. E. Jones WHEN
Getting wet and stay Were drawn under Somnus' sway things: the unfortunate group had, Faculty y ctive, girls per nn'tfagf are tulilretsfil to t

way for several hour A mist that was voluptuous, to chew a whole pack of chewing Studies First AidAt Mrs Hall and family of Gainesville his affliction, wives, but hfre't one for theirhtubanth.

easy way to take colt) silvery, and cool gum all day. The climax: came, bsve: moved back to their old and nobody wants to marr;; A girl who wouldn't

ads are not easy on the Had dimmed from sight the en Friday when they had to wear the head of the court for home |In Sampson City. him. But when he Is morally; think of marrying; n man who ,

j clothes either. the school.A one shoe of one kind and one of; teaching first aid to the entire Mr.: and Mrs E. D. Jones made deficient there seems to be no it mentally or physically defective

ult of an air raid Is profound silence filled the air: another, carry dolls, and the boys faculty are Mrs. Grace Wainwright a buainesH trip to Galneavlll of it in time. will not hesitate to
The sunbeams flit magically hen and Mrs W. H. Hart. The way seeing
If there were a fire Iiol ; had to roll their pants up to thOli r Monday. marry one who hat never
building from t hat and there. knees, and the girls had to wear Information which the teachers Tom: Craves has men at worl There ought to be Then learned to the moral

any other it would be The hours lazily drifted by, their hair in ten plaits, one plait accumulate will be pnsned on to clearing up a road to be graded ought to be questionnaire! accept of marriaga i,
I And then suddenly from out 01' the students by each home room From road to hIs. husbandtobe responsibilities
bad, because ve have for each old member of the band tee county up and tests for the the it not to be
fire which the sky I think that that must have beer teacher. In this way It Is hoped house. It will be of much benefit as to Perhaps
The air was split with golde: .simple questions blamed for that. It tan easy
quite a job for girls who have that fatalities wUl be greatly reduced to bin farm.
f work. If each room, will whether he respected the,<
If there is all' song, thin hair. They also had to wear because sometimes just a Mrs. Artford Brown of BrookeS to judge a man you have teen t

work.school hours, a an I to melody vibrating loud and, their clothes! backward again. simple method will save a 11.1'e- visiting relatives here, and lit truth, knew anything about only at hit bett. So it is realty
ng per long. if the method is known. of mar the mothers and fathers 1
each room will be eta The students who went through tie Art'ord, jr., la improving the responsibilities up to
ktslde the door to watcl The students awoke-what their! all this and believe it or not, < Classes at the Courthouse may after being In the hospital with riage and was prepared for: of futurm husbands to give 71

diaries and try to ex eyes did see lived to tell the tale, are: be attended In the' ,evenings by pneumonia. Its inevitable concessions and them the moral backgroundthey
Thrilled them into ,ecstasy! both men and women,who wish to Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Wynn have need that they will
hem before any damag Lyle Anderson, Delbert Crews, sacrifices. so
learn the principles of flrst-ald. moved to
town where Mr.
Therefore the safes Desks and seats were of smooth Lora Crews, Billy Crosby, Claude, Wym For the happiest marriage Is i a bring to marriage the decency
will to his work he has
nearer as
do seems to be to lean oak wood; Johns, Joe Montleth, Elton Powell matter of generous adjustments, sole eourmgm and same of reiponti-.
iictions and obey them as Secrets dare not be told for the, Ed Williams, Ralph Weather- We 'Wonder WhyFrank accepted employment Bland In the hoe bound to have its dark, dlflflcul bilily without which that mar

possible. acoustics were 'good. ington, Aileen Janny, Rebecca Crews almost broke! trial Mrs.at Joanna Camp Crosby Ing.made a and bewildered moments. Success. riaga has no chance of being i

There were transmitter system Simpson, Buddy Wilt, Edgar Wilkinson Iretta Brannen's nose :Mondayat business trip to Brooker one day nil marriage is no accident; it Is ,iIlfework. a happy one.

Biographies and waste paper drops, Mary Jo Caldwell, DarbJ noon" last week. It demands courage am
Electric bells and electric clocks Peek Jean Edwards, Harold character.
absent-minded and depressed
Dot Faxon spends her valuable Howard Brown made a business: seem
MA BELL BROWN Cloak rooms) were hidden by slid Crews, Billy Colscn, Billy Smith time in study hall writing mysterious trip to Gainesville Saturday. From his very early days a boy and I recognized the symptom of

nlors have four more ing doors, If any one's name was left out,, : letters to a distant admirer ought to be trained to think of hli another affair. !

ore their book of hlgr And windows were arranged ir we Include you inCongratulations ., 1 : ? marriage. He ought to be told that' "Pretty soon he began to tell me

ucatlon is closed. The) groups of fours.' band m em-I Jewell Carter wears a ring on GUM BRANCH he will owe his wife honesty and about Marian a pretty saucy girl I
students traversed the old tty Mrs.\ Kdd I'urrUh faithfulness. To be sure, the wedding who had all .t
elr biographies must be As the bers, and new; her third left hand that doesn't In an adjoining office, Ii

j in this last chapter sc spacious halls We are awfully proud of all of mean a thing? Mr. and Mrs. LeRoy Norman, service stresses this In the the men crazy about her. I hoped i
and pictures words "for better or worse, in sickness that she would .
brave smile They saw trophies as in Carmen's case,
(putting on a you flameIn
McRae has
July a new }des J, N. Norman and T. N :
ng forward with all they against the walls. For you've kept us going when Keystone? Norman attended the funeral of and in health. But if back soon marry, too, but when I expressed '
The library O, what a place to we felt down- that pledge there Is no home Influence the Idea Billy told me
Margaret Strlngfellow has anew tfra. J. N. Norman's sister, Mrs..,
\behold! And now you are the talk of extended over years and gloomily that she wouldn't, she bad
Bell Brown has made flame, George ? Lottie In Jacksonville Frl-
Boolw and books, both new and the town. Jonas, years, to implement that promise, K admitted that she loved him. She Is
We see that she la our Sara Barefoot was seen at lay w
means nothing. 18. has a flighty three-times divorced -
hy blonde, and we recall Gainesville Friday 'night; with anew Mr. and Mrs. S. L. Towery and' thinks
and Deal Forget Marriage mother and I
dressing rooms,
(handling the basketballin The gym, New Course heart throb, :I': guess? laughter Mary Fae, of Fort St. who anxious la fair
work rooms too, You mothers are so that hendaom.Billy game,
our games Iaat year. Freeman and Betty Jean are lie ,and R, C. Keene of Jackson teeth and
small .
boys' babies.ThU
Inspired In the students ambition In Economics about your babies or no
her as an allAmericanambition anew. seen together lots .lately? ville spent the weekend with his manner., the schools they attend ,' was a terrible blow to me,

is to become Courses were offered from 'the x'ato Economics, the study of the I i tether, Mrs. H. H. Keene. and the friends they make, don'l for his manner indicated that he wa* .
class Red Cross nurse, I Tenth Grade News Mrs. K. M. McRae and children, educationand
the a's. ontrol of production and consumption forget to include in your well-pleased with the Idea; but
the spirit needed so to wonder the students walkedIn Is being taught this I, :ire Wesley McRae and children care of them an occasional .worse followed. Yesterday. Monday t

any girl wishing to roseate haze! ast semester by Coach Parks In Everyone has finally settled md Mrs. Pat Kelley: and children serious talk about marriage.If morning I received in the mall a

rself to reduce suffering a Bradford High. Economics was down I to work again after enJoyIng 01 Pine Level were visiting at the men were schooled to simple letter from him saying that he is i

The school house was changed- cut out in 1938 because of the :' our holiday vacation. Well lump of J. A. Harnage and famIly decency in marriage I could not not coining home again; he I Is staying

ays remember Claudia 'twas narrow and long, educed number of teachers. Sociology 'I'' iveryone' except Marvin Register Sunday afternoon. receive such a letter. as came to with Marlon and her mother in

pton native and beingit. The construction was graceful, and psychology are also who,''while joy riding, came face- Miss LelIa Mae Clark of Hell- me this week from "Daphne." an apartment hotel. He lays he has

She says that alpampton but sturdy and strong. needed In order to give the high I I o-face or rather face-to-car, within >noon was the guest of Miss Ger- "I am In real trouble and I hon, never. really loved me, that it was

is not exactly There was one building, another, school graduate a well rounded overgrown heifer and slightly dine] Hsrrmge Sunday afternoon.Mr. estly don't know what to do," writes all a mistake, that his mother will "

town, she has seen It and a third one too; ilgh school education. We are disfigured his car. and.. Mrs. Arthur Stewart Daphne. "I have been married take Alan and I must go to my mother

busy place but likes It Their two-story walls glistening unable to get these under present We had a class meeting Mon. and children were guests of Mr three yean, and am 23. Billy, my until the new baby comes, and

white and new. :ondltlons.Economlcp. lay morning. It was voted on by and Mm >. John demons Sunday. husband, is 27; he Is steady, worksin that a lawyer has told him that all

is.has a very definite 'assageways where the rain could la being taught fifth a majority to give the president Mrs. H. H. Keene was visiting an automobile-parts shop and be Deed allow m. la 919 a week. lie

Jr having to get up these never enter.A >erlod. The eighteen students who lower to appoint a committee to at t the bed side of R. N. Crawford makes a good salary. We have says he will send that only If I

nlngs, but has in mind spacious auditorium in the very have enrolled will receive a half !arrange morning programs'' He Sunday afternoon. little boy 15 months old. and I am. agree to a divorce.
:also has to appoint a new and Mrs J. S. child in February.My this hat made
lion to make this not sopt. center. reiiit.: The students In the power Mr. Sapp were expecting! another "The shock of m.
Just have, an electric Tie grounds presented an interesting Seventh and twelfth grades arelualifted :ommlttee whenever needed. Hulling at the bedside of R. N. parents live 700 miles away in frightfully nervous and I don't know

which generates heat.Is scene, to take the subject but We are sorry to lose Clyde rawford; one day last week. a small village, I am the only child. what to do. I don't believe his mother

[ allergic to English The grass bad. grown a luxuriant. ome tenth graders are also beIng oily who moved to Birmingham, :Mr. and Mrs. J. 1C. Anderson We knew Billy for some years before would take Alan, for the lives ;
thtsear. >ut we are glad to welcome anew all< Mr. and Mrs. V. II. Keene I was engaged to him. I have wlttt a married daughter who is not ,
green. given the opportunity (
es to wear sweaters and : pupil, Nick Klney. and son, Van Ice, were visiting loved him from my sixteenth year. 'Of1e. But what arguments can I

fit doesn't think she will Not a hickory tree was permittedto Dot. Faxon report lira Kcene's parents Mr. and "After Alan was born he acted I". to bring Billy back, and what

ble to dress because grown Ira, Carl Milliard of Woodlawn rather queerly, seemed quiet and Is your opinion of him"

not, wear high up heeled ) the school ground (for reasons Vinth Grade NewsAt Did You Know That ecently.. went out alone a good deal, and Itd... t. Divorce Him.
confessed to that he had of could hardlybe
so and so). finally me My opinion Billy
dislikes and Where students could chatter or a class meeting this week The pin worn by Miss Fernandez nd we are all glad to be back' Inschool. 'fallen hard' for a woman some printed In a family paper. The

flirty boy study their books. tank Tomlinson"was elected for Inscribed "To The Last years older than he, a diverted writer. erf this letter lives In Sacra

Iris.Ith Her worst habit la 'Hie fragrance of flowers filled our fire and air rain warden. We dan?" porothy 'Mott, reporter. I woman who bad worked in the office. I mento. Calif- less than a hundred
people. the all'And IscusHBd routine and precautions Mrs "Smiley" Burnett's ability She had. however, married I mile away from me. and my answer -
are red and blue her
; magic enchantment was for fire drills and air raid drills. to dance? gain, and Billy's infatuation had wa. to drive up and see her

song is "Yours. everywhere. Our class has set as Its goal The gleam in "Miss Sparkman's Lei Y'our Answer cooled. He explained hI. straying and have a personal talk.: Shortly i
erely hope Claudia rea- one Defense Stamp for each stu- TTbe way. by saying that at home it afterward she stored her furniture

ambltlon to become a Magic I *ay-for now it seems dent each week. Will'haven't yes condition of the school io Bombs Be BONDS! was all 'dust, dldles, dishes and and went with her small boy to live

nurse, and we also The students had awakened onlyto cached this, but we. hope to Inthe building T' babytalk,* and no man liked that. with be mother and father and s
she cornea through this dreams. near future. Ccraldlne's presence In the box Shuns Responsibility."Well .- J U the courts have told Billy to tend

lop and with flying col- Catherine Nollman. Lyle Anderson enjoyed having fflce-at the, Ritz T after that I did all I couldto her $TS a math .She Intend. never

White and Blue). With bls father home from Panama for How lonely George Flynn to? be interesting and keep the house .. grant him a divorce, and so

urtaln falls and Claudia Campus FashionsCampus Christmas.I The success of the ."B' '.Club pleasant, and our baby. was, and U.n the matter win stand at a deadlock
has passed anotherof dance? angel so trouble at all and almost for a lone time.
her life. Wonder! : he like.Ute But KM misery of it, the heartbreak -
Socks! Boots! Shoes "Mimi" Mr Williams' quUtnew ? no crying. says
What has happened to r sad tears and loneliness and
throws him <
All the above are playing; an Hilda' natural beauty baby,

trade Stories, Important part In keeping us and Why Chester Herbert these Is days so late every Paul Roger's. Margie Math ws', bout or brings him a toy but be sen.**such ft failure solution can't as that be cured Daphne by> ;
for him. any
winter has assumes no responsibility
warm since old man and Frank Oliver's absence the
eadlng a book on citlsen- Inally stuck his nose In. morning? rat day of the second semester We employ a colored girl of 15, who took an a Iirl'a dreams and hopes
We'll see you next week. Into her married Ufa. She loved
clan made these rules In will sit 'with( Alan evenings and help
citizenship: The campus sock are seen Lyle Anderson reporter after school hours. her Uttl horn, her husband, bee
: Grade News who me
colors. Red seemso Eighth We fighting enemies
ourselves and all of our many bright are '"We decided that Alan must have rt kaby.There's .
Others are cowboy boots, but note at nothing:' With our
will atOP
be the square ] aa care for a man likemat
both wanted
[clean. who went we a
Students places: a companion! ;
and beige. seems to like the west ,very homes our very lives at stake after 12 IS
healthy rein. blue, Betty Turner went to St. Au- girl baby. I love children and always If this bad come ,
black and white ones abOrt of giving our
luch. The shall we top
boots the .. anourriage. there might be.
Boots Include snow have wanted them. At first 179&n
SchOOL visit
Sunday ofthe ustlne to Defense?
be at the top for
supposed to dimes and dollar
are loot his
tits have senses
are seen everywhereand nice about it. saying that He atlgM
lonest.41te. rhlte ones this Joyce Prevatt"visited relatives and Stumpsevery Billy was
riding boots College Campus Faohtosa Buy I"-'etMe- Bond sodenjoy tar!: a whlk, oaly: to recover and begin
English-style have family
our young
Is cute In i Jacksonville. everrweek, Buy MIf we .
Other footwear day,
..ube value of what beiad
Is tho most popular J'e1U" but about thrw.months to re
fair. C1f which brown Dorothy Mott visited relatives depended upon them together,
shoes, JU
and cowboy Inspired your very
cadet tried ta threw .
been looking for I to away.ANUARY.
rae be again began
of other people. color. anel the old favorites saddles and In St. Augustine. It. It does ago once
; Defense Stamps and Indents: to show their western Norman. Everyone bad nice Christmas
< ,eplrlhl' b7 wearing the hip heel mocca-lna-cl8o fr





II SOCIETY and CLUBS Mra. Beasley Entertains --- *--- )j,' Mr HAMPTON.. M. W. Morrow

:,, !Honoring: Mrs.". Earl Johnson', +

i' Mt This week C. I
Melton Elected Miss Beverly Cady 8tart(
Starke Ladies Clarence Mrs' O. L. Beasley entertained another small
Becomes Bride her home on and piu!
>'resident Of BTU Wednesday night at
Spaghetti Supper to rush It to
Give. completion
Of Melvin North Walnut St. in honor
I Emery
i t For Soldiers The Baptist Adult B. T. U.,, Mrs. Earl Holt Johnson, a i recent the house will be rented win,

", held its regular meeting Tuesday, In a marriage characterized by bride. The living and din- She two weeks.
A delightful event took place January 13 at the home of Mrs. dignity and simplicity Miss Beverly ing rooms were made more attractive -

Sunday night, following the Vesper John L. LJnsin. The, following officers Emery Cady became the with decorations of roses 1ST AID' CLASS GROWING

I service. at the YMCA when a : were elected: bride of Mr. James Melvin Black- and camellias) Needs The second meeting of, ti,|'

group of Starke ladies served a President, Clarence Melton; shear on< Saturday afternoon at After several progressions of t y' r Hampton. Red Cross First A'
'I.( to vice-president, Mrs. Fannie Jones; five o'clock in Saint Mark's Episcopal bridge it was found that Miss A Course showed that
home-cooked spaghetti supper there
; Lillian had made high,
and The Sternberg
corresponding see r e tary church. impressive I
i: about 75 Camp Blanding soldier social chairman. 2f r* John Lln-I ceremony was performed by the and as a-prize she was presented enough interest 'manifested to rj|
"f'f The spaghetti was prepared by sin; group captain Mrs R. A. Rev Fred Yerkes Jr., in the a box of stationery. In th ,bingo Secretary the 'C1as8 through the required !

the Individual ladles at their Thomas; secretary-treasurer, Burton presence of MIas Beatrice Cady game' Mrs. Glen Wtood won and 1 lessons.. New members who

) I ''f homes and then brought and Rosier; croup captain, Mrs.A. sister of the bride, and a few Intimate was presented a lovely handkerchief in after the! second meeting Z3
he boapitabje The church was Mrs. Beasley presented to Now make the' Work
served.to the soldiers In ,E. Llghtfoot. } friends. pp missed' so t 111
I ,YMCA building. Delicious: refresbinents .were tastefully decorated with I pink : the honoree ,two pieces of silver may proceed with the class.

(II cooperating to make this: served by the hostess, a very gladioli and palms which madean matching her selected pa Mem. .
: Those Before her marriage this popular 4-H ;(CLUB NEWS
I enjoyable evening, possible, were: pleasant evening being reportedby effective background for this
Mrw.t-W. E. ToroUe Mrs. R. ,A. all present. important occasion. bride was Mips\ .,Martha Brownlee, The Hampton 4-H'Club

,Green .host,. L:?fI.-'Jennings. Mrs.' .. .*. .. The attractive bride chose for daughter;loCM" tt"and'..:>Ir' ::.J.' *M.' enjoyed a 'guest speaker, t, :

I C. A, Knight; Mrs. Juulus >M Sunday School Class her wedding outfit a suit of pastel Brownlee. Nelland, Extension Forest
i smith Mrs. W. M, Wlmberly.Mrs. blue, with blue bat and white The hostess assisted by her slater of Gainesville, at their re
I To' Serve Home accessories, and her corsage was Mrs. J. W. KincaId, served meeting Wednesday
n Ara Mol l 111. Mrs. Floyd I' morning.
Green. Mrs. E. K. Perryman Mrs. Cafeteria StyleA .I of pink roses. chicken mayonnaise, fruit cake On March 21, 1941 this picture of Mrs., Nelson! Green and' T. Dyer County 'Agent
A. M. Mian Cady is the daughter' of olives saltine and coffee. some club project
MIMabella Bence. Mrs. her tremendous 22-pound turnip appeared in the Telegraph.. news bet
Drby--Mrs: W.. B.. Mundy. Mrs. chance for some real home- the late Mrs. Flora B. Cady and Enjoying this party with the Introducing Mr. Neiland wi
M. F. Brown. Mrs. N.. D. Wale cooked food ''will'be offered to the Mr, Chester E. Cady. She was honoree were Misses Hope and Realizing that the mammoth vegetable was "good enough for spoke on the value of plant

wrlgbt. ,Jr,. Mrs Edward Burns,, eating-out public' every Saturday graduated from the Bradford Georgia Haynes,,.;Mrs. Glen Wood, Rlpley" the Telegraph sent' the' photograph 'to the author'of' 1 red'cedar '''and" Jul'i P'iltd'' db*

Mrs. W. E. Mlddleton, Mrs. L. A. tin. cafeteria-style supper County High Sohool and later attended Mrs. J. W. Brownlee, Miss Lillian Believe It Or Not, and. aure: enough, ,it appeared in this world- the present crisis.

Canova Mra. J. L. Anderson, served by the Wesley' Fellowship the Florida State Collegefor Steinberg. ,Mla! AbbieHarey., ] famous cartoon on December 24. The fact that fame also bringsnew

1 Mrs. -C. II. Nasworthy and Mrs. of the Methodist Church in the Women at Tallahassee, where Mrs., ,Fred auy. ..",MUs Evelyn responsibilities, Is now being'realized by Mrs. Green who BUYS DAVE DYAL PLACE
F. F new recreation building. she was a member of the Zeta Stump Mine Frances Peek. Mr. R. J.,Andrews' last week cI
{ Stump.
? at the office last "Who'sgoing
appeared Telegraph Saturday asking ?
Such delicacies as baked ham, Tau Alpha sorority. For the past J. R. Wainwrlght and :Mrs. C. A. a deal with G.: C. Frederick
to'help fan mail? It that since i
me answer
Quarterly Meeting chicken 'pl1 au, homemade pies five years she has been a mem- Darby. my Palatka for the \pld Dave
t being featured in the cartoon, she has received around 30 letters
and cakes will be served from ber of the Bradford County place'near the Southern Rallnll''

This New River Association of 5:30: to 7:30 o'clock on Saturdays. School system. Boivin-Andenson from all parts of the country. Including Texas, California, crossing on Route 13. Mr It:.

the Baptist Women's. Missionary Profits from the suppers will be Mr. Blackshear is the son of Indiana, Chicago, Pittsburgy,' Baltimore and other places. These Mrs.- Andrews plan extensive nl
Union will hold Its quarterly used to equip the kitchen and Mrs T R. Blackshear and the Mr. and Mrs. A,.. W. -Anderson epistles contained all sorts of questions and bright remarks. pairs and improvements

,, meeting In the,Churcb at Lawtey furnish other rooms the' rec- late Mr. Thomas R. Blackshear announce the/ .marriage of their The inquisitive writer from Baltimore simply, ,wanted,to knowif AIR RAID
Virginia to Mr. PRACTICE
daughter, tyle.
next !Monday, January 19, begin reation building. of Montgomery Ala. He received
she ate the turnip for supper. A ,news syndicate in Chicago
Leo H. Boivin December iL:
on Saturday C. May called
o'clock. There will on his
nlng, at ten his education in Montgomery, vole
'requested three photographs. A fan In Frankfort, ni.:, offered
in Gainesville.
b be attendance a borne missionary Ala., and before his entrance into 20. teen Monday to report all airplanes I
from New Mexico: who will Ldictey BaptistForbes : the Army he was employed by Bolvin, whose home Is in Ottawa, Mrs. Green $1. O for a kodak print. Some of the writers wantedto passing over the Hampto:

review the book preparaatory ,to K. 'Fuller Pastor the Standard'' Oil Company In Canada, Is stationed at. Camp know if there was plenty of 'work in Florida. Others had Post.

the March< Week of Prayer for Sunday, January 18. Sunday Montgomery. He is at present at I Blanding. some long lost kinfolks in this state, and wanted to know if Although many planes were>ni

3 Homo! Missions.Pretabyterian. School 9:45; Morning Worship 11o'clock..Sermon Camp Blanding. Mrs. Green knew their whereabouts. A lady in Texas was tusking ported between 10:30: and S o f

subject: "Christ's Mr. and Mrs. Blackshear' will Margaret Jean WIshart a collection of cards from every state In the union and clock all reports were made I h
Auxiliary Gift to His Church." a study In bet' at home to their friends at "' correct army manners Dally cal|
wanted-Mrs.: : .
Green to send her one from Florida. An Indiana
Mrs Hi: W.: ,
and House
.Captain ,
i- Ephesians 4. .BYPU 6:30 p.: m.; the home of Mr. and Mrs. W. must be made to assure ttii! :
The Ladles'- Auxiliary. of the Evening Worship 7:3O: p..m. Sub Hallle Jones, In Starke. recently received'- telegram from 'photographer had'a hobby of collecting pictures of unusual telephone connections can tJ

Presbyterian Church met Tuesday ject "The Mysteries of the King- Lt. George WIshart from Lyndon. vegetables and wanted a good picture of the turnip made. Another practice dai,|

night at the home of Mrs. Charles dom of Heaven." NCCS Dance Successful yule, Vt.,. announcing ,the arrivalof "If 'took time to answer all my mall I wouldn't have time will be announced in the netf

1 Allen. Mrs.'Wm. Norris had Monday January 19, beginning -a baby daughter MargaretJean to grow a new crop of turnips :Mrs. Green said Saturday. future.,
i" charge of the devotions, and :Mrs The NCCS-operated USO on Jan. 5. "LI'Wlshart returned I'U''have
10 a. mol 'Association! Rally, a "Guess to do like .the movie stars and hire a secretary HAMPTON
Temple avenue held an informal to Camp Branding Mon- BRIEF'SMrs.
it Chaa. Ward presented the program big day for the Baptist womenof !"
dance Wednesday night, attendedby day from.Vermont. I Starr Maccleoil
jl on China and the American this Association. All ladies Roy of
i negro. The president, Mrs. E. M. are urged to attend. 200 or 300 persons, J. A. May -- spent the week-end with i lit-I

41 Davis, presided over the business director stated Thursday. For WSCS To Meet Stolen Cows Thursday morning. But Sheriff mother Mrs. George Rahme ?.
The of 1st John 3 will be
i sometime there will be dance GainaJ
meeting. a Mrs. Ernest.Morgan of
Andreu set a trap'for the thief
continued at the regular Wednesday each Wednesday, Saturday and The Woman's Society of Christian Many Interesting but doubtful villa spent Monday with her pv'enta

prayer meeting.The Sunday night It was announced Service of; the Methodist "fish stories', are continually by keeping night watchman Mr., and Mrs. J. W. Jolson. -
AIR CORPS KATEI church has been beautified ,. 'An Innovation at the NCCS Is church will meet* Monday afternoon there all night Wednesday night.He .
by the putting up of new cur the free serving of :coffee and at 3 o'clocKJ In'the Educational ; but here is a didn't show up. After some :M. L. Watteraon spent Month)

--- tains across the platform, Vene- cookies every night from 7 until Building. Program and "cow story" that Is vouched for Investigation Sheriff Andreu :in Jacksonville.
tian blinds at the auditorium windows 11 o'clock. .i business meeting. by none other. than Sheriff A. O. found Mr. and Mrs. A. J. King d
4"DIlL and mahogany-colored rub- Andreu.; that .the cows belonged to Perry have moved to the WawrJ
ber' matting has'been laid on the Mrs. E.! Silcox. and releaced themto son
Tuesday night! someone drove a apartments.
floor. > .her son, Jim Silcox.Sternberg'a .
Carolyn Callstreet .4 truck down a lane between the AT THE CHURCHES THIS
Baptist Circles homes of F. F. Flume and; ,:Wa'r, Increase w.EK'1: '
'" ren Perkins to a place 'where .a ... I 'Baptist-Rev.}'Ci. ,A. Warren d|

The United Circle meednct'oitb. ; hegro tehant"resides.. He unloaded Nat Sternberg, who was too .A1aclaua.1 Jl mJn and evenll!:

Baptist \'\_);.''3. will tXf'held, time for-first aid sewing only yesterday mernln' I,law N.acare' 1 (6.a. 't.-o' .cows and",,Jeff.The Thejcow I busy f( taking inventory the firstof worship.. ,
v. Sheriff was hoUfl
\ d. '
at, the Church on Tuesday afternoon. 'the month" teU.wfaeUler1WICbrl8tma '- -

.i knitting i \Jo
: a city I ( + '
ORN" .. 20th. [ Mar; wtr, ,.-,? lJtdeclt'""E.S.", but werenot business '.' ,CAKD OF THANKS
; .. .i d1. eeda, January' Time for everything, ,bat sitting Unez) so bad I'bets U."I'Uerwo : '. was more 'or :

.Md her.11.CboMl d1. sasadroa.t*_Cknak debt. Cooties la': : t' ,. '. ..., .'*?park crooked again 'any "Someone'marked.stole 9. them.'''; and"L. less\ than It was. In, 1940, .stated. .We.,;thanlc, the many friens\ |

Kt'* ... ntpi*,*...1'1'. cook: bUM *-'' Linda '!'Kay'SaJe; time soon! .' /*. Glimpsed Pat them and shut Tuesday that his store enjoyed .a who ishowedj us kindness throupl
to' .... Kumfonl Bakiic' i ".t.* Yes folks Your Call Street Lambe "tother day lookin" even back up planned to"come 30 percent Increase during 'December -' the sadness of the death of 1M
Powder .. u -l1IaJa la favor with the next night and
food cook: for 0.... SO ,..n. Try Mr.; and Hrs'wGuy 'Salean- reporter an' moat other gals of more stunnln' t b a n' Usual in them," the Sheriff get 1941 over' the same periodin beloved mother.The
t BvB..ofd.Lad saad for run booklol nounce, .(he, birth of a daughter, this fair city have really gone on bright yellow skirt an' blue commented 1940. English Funtyl

of .la.pagtd.; for better baUaf.Addroxt _. Linda'',Kay in Vincent's: Hospital a war-time basis. '. Feminine sweater ; Incidentally. Pat --
Kunford Bikini Powtl 1
Boa ..Kamfwd.Rhode I.ad. Jacksonville, .on Monday, first aid classes In full owing with seems to be showln' an'unusual f -

January ,12. Uz Nasworthy, Lily Bridges, interest in dentistry these days

Lois Perryman, Beryl Holland i. Hear tell she's had all her
..- ...I.. (expert knitters), Hcie Brownleean' teeth filled and Is weepln' be- GRAND

SINCLAIR PRODUCTS: Mrs.. Titus Olsen among thosetakin' cause there are no more cavitiesto OPENING

notes, on splint makin'from conquer i .
Instructors 'Hart & .Wain- :..:-
Gasoline Oils arid
jFuels wright Better come along an' Unnerstand you could have cut

t WHEN YOU NEED' i FUElis:: FOR' IIEATING jlne up Next time you hear the blues with a knife around at ,Saturday January, 17
strange noise on the roof, it the Y totter 1.
a day All in one
might be' a bomb! Comf9rtln'soul fell swoop Peg Ersklne learned

aren't I? But we've already that Lt. Norvall .Jennings was

learned not to be surprisedat being >sent fro) .Blanding to LANOLA LINKS

? E:: TUCKER' Fent' anything in this man'sj, war Little Rock t Ree' Baggett WaD

told that hubby Grady would "
For Sinclair Refining Co.
have to stick to damp An1Merria
Phone 158 j r-:; '"''I j \\ fetarie* Fla.STARKE Along1' the Sidelines: Grace Martin received the sad ... On Highway 48 Toward Camp Blanding

Green excited( no end over a news that her steady Leonard '
phone call from Charleston tother, Bennett, is in the Army now T-CU.HB SERVICEKI' -

-p___p_- -__-__ ---j ,____ day .! An' slater,.Dot, still all Oh well j. Dry those '
-- -t- t smiles over ditto from ditto '. tears, girls. Suppose you were : ,.' ::: -v. .,,.:' Honest to Goodness: "' '

Cliff Hazen an' other local lads like poor Carolyn an' didn't evenhave .c., .. ". .

sayin' goodbye to the girlfriends a man to lose! ';, ,,': : :, ',,: BAR B. \
before leavin' for Ft. Bennlng .. Q :,\ ,
I 1. *H'-.t.
where the 124th Infantry will Funny :;: '
Dept. Thereare ,1 .; : i .. ;... .
serve as Instructors '. Some four Lucilea at the Mltche ,. -/ .
; J r: te
honor, I'll say The T, N. domicile! r1 Imagine 'the con- !J .... '1"'.. I... .

Llmbaughs former localltes, call- I fusion when someone shouts ., ..' .,,lI" ; .. :'.' .-
FLA In' on old friends during their "Luclle!" Totterln' on the ".1.:' t" ',. .'" .' .

vlplt with the Huge Brownlees brink of selective service: Resale 'lfJ' ., .... ,
.\ Ralph Nettles, former Tor- Colson. Buck Crawford L.V O. .' ,.
nado star, now on the ,wagon Jones;. 'Henry McElvy. Robert ..
(Amer. Ry. Exp.) J. C. Manning Green, et al Uncle Sam is ". :

c I gleefully teUIn',friends h,6w certainly pullin' 'emoutta the hat .
Sun., Mon., 1'ues.-Jan. 18.. 19, 20 ,. Southern Style!
good It feels to be out of t h e fast these days! ,,',); IfS a cute

"PLAYMATES' grocery business especially In little baby girl, Sandra';Sue for '

With Kay Kyser and John Barrymore times like these V. H. Howard that cute little couple, Calvin an* '" .: Bar-B-Q Ribs A
(Carpenter's) proudly show- Iris Williams An' ditto (Linda .
Added-Paramount Newel --. Latest "plaroh of Timer' in'-off his ,new sleeveless sweater, Kay) for Dot an' Guy Sale "'

War News knitted by his devoted Mrs Hear Ralph and Melba Cox are Deluxe 'Sandwiches
4 Such Intricate stitches i My movin' from Camp Livingstone, All Kindsait. .

1 oh my 1, E. Denmark an'Eloise. La. to San Antonio. Texas .
Wed., Thurs'-. Jan_:.2l, -tt6UBLJB: ->BATUREJ!: Gardner" doln' the Blue Houae-warmbV
time for Hazel .., ... .
No. 1-MOB TOWN! \\I," i Diamond, .Friday.- nlte an' Fred Guy who're movln' Into ..

With DlcktForhnt.t; .L.. their ver, ver' attractive new .
'll- t Personality Plus Orchids: To home on N."y.falnut, h'i!: : : j.: ;. .. ,. .
No %--. "WILD.GEES>. ,. blonde Mrs. Morgan of the Hartman .T "

With Henry Fonda'i ': apartments Alice Anderson YeamJa' 1M< some home-cooked .'' 1. 1\,1..1':: i ;, ? ','

Added""ParaIJiOw1t'" I greetln' customer at Stern- rood? .-, Then eat your Sattl- .
Cartton.vi ( <"
: berg "'.'.,; -Likeable-.Irene Hutto, day nlte .
'" suppers Cafeterla- '
.v '
1 .1 Ht\J' .
... one. of Southern Bell's hello girls In the Methodist ;
Ft 1.. Sat.-jsn.' 23 24-DOUBLl. FE > bide. :
: f. : "Uncle Jim KJckllter .wbo's *You'llbe
Irflpln' a good .. .. ,
No.. i='G: itiLiNr.> .'n,: f rl-g wearlrt' .the same smile he wore, cause (d > *U 'as your digestion) 'M'"" '"""'' ... f.....".;.'...,. '../".' ... L. '
With < ( ?:> 'f';','. t. i 20 years ago Blonde Velma .U Wish- "er 'ilryoit
Itt> I Norman-i-my. choice for Miss wehderul= :art pT-tlni ta* non two duties. ..', ... ... ,_ ,.:: :;' '
such ; ,
'" No. '2-"FUCITNR'VALIEY"With America 1942: t Screams In The big events .._ _. together .
TIMK"i That as ':11tfP: ",Ij :.*>-*}; -ait. _
The Range Busters j., Night: soldier who appears th ."Ijjflajajgaf"( (.Jan. 30) an' I f ,
iJO't 'about.2 or. 3 o'clock; In the th..PoUce :
let Chapter of "DON WINSLOW Of TUB morn- Benefh.Ball (Feb. 6) _
Ing, peepin"in window along N. ,...Qfttflt.lIft', hf;' but 1'0 clo ._ -
Added-Cartoon Comedy -, Walnut street last week j.7'v'I'PRACTICE
e;: paid ",T'W" .' 4t.., v,sear the cn : :
four visits to the Jennings residence tlre.ppil" force fiibe given the ; MAKES PERFECT
in one night! ev off. .
Saturday MIDNIGHT SHQW: 'r-: Jan. Lock JJ! SI for Clatter eventwon't
your doors and pull your shades, ( 'A'\bi\p" :> d. You -

"DON'T Hugh Herbert GETPERSONAL"With "and Anna Owynne folks be special be left officers unproUcted.to >talce" There their I' Our Beautiful Driving Range 'Will

aj J Added-Cartoon Comedy+ They'rw thlaktar of chaogln' places) Accordl to plan; .

-...; Wm Agln's name to Eagle-eye both events will be knockouts and '
t Agin since he's waging a one- I'm lookin' forward ; ; A.ssistYou
rDON'T FAIL TO .SEE TIIK."MARCH. OF ; to look In' .
man war on double parkin ..* bJlfk on some.serylpleaseat.mem
We harried drivers P"tes arte'r--tlt' ? .. *
can't gelftwaw ve \"er"""'' *- So
with anything kIt1t' :.Sea -/
anymore Why you the** '"'

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1 I BITS of LOCAL NEWSbeck w +r y Y Forestry Project T.In Dyer as soon or as to their possible teachers to Mr who, L. '' ."

Offered BoysA
will turn them over to Mr. Dyer ,
" returned to work Friends here regret to know Mrs Ruby Hazen of Gainesville forestry project Is being offered A few of the boys who set 'to

, 1 after being: confined to that Mrs. W G. Halle IS in St. was a week-end guest of Mr. and r'L 4-H Club boys this year, trees' are going on a free trip to f3

for two weeks because Luke's Hospital in Jacksonville, Mrs. A. E. McKinney. ,' '' 1 and Is being Well received in this the, paper. mills at Fernandlna 'of i
Mi ; section of the State, to
a Dorothy and Misses
where she underwent White
an opera- next Thursday as guests of the : I
, '. oft Ethel and Bertha Taylor accompanied f Y 1' L. T Nelland state extension
part tion on
f Rabeck spent Wednesday. 1
F. mil't' Container The boys
{ Corporation.
Mrs. Aubrey J. Crlffis .as .9 forester, who has visited practically
In West Palm Beach Mrs. R. A. Green and Mrs. L. f '.tl' .Y a ;' (
Interests far as Lake City on her way to every county in interest of wishing to make this trip should
|after property H. Jennings, accompanied by Mrs. New Orleans, La., last Sunday. ...1' : this work this winter. Mr. Nel see Mr. Dyer. This trip will ln-j :.
L. A. Shepherd and Mrs. Paul
.' Mrs. Crlftla, who recently ;mar : land spent Wednesday I n this elude the boys from several ;
Wl O. Halle were McLendon of the State
d Mrs. Farm ried, is the younger' sister of the I IJ0z county visiting the schools' with counties together with the county '.'
" |visitors) in Jacksonville spent T u e s day In Gainesville. Misses Taylor, and she and Mr. : Fine fit' county agent U. T. Dyer, in Interest agents and State workers from )

They were accompanied back to Griffis, who Is in the Navy, will! of this work. Gainesville. \\I ;
a IQ. Gilliard. who /hi' em- Starke by Mrs. Green's mother, make their home In New Orleans This project Mr. Nelland says, \

, the government' printnent Mrs. Yancy Harris, who Is en- consists of 'a boy, with the' con Defense Council Hour \\I'
joying a short Visit here with
in Washington, D. Last Sunday morning Mrs. :Dan sent of his parents, planting an
c \. visitor here last Thurs- her son-in-law and daughter.. Moore 'of Theretuw. was'carrled to ; acre or more of pines or onehalfacre The Bradford County Defense 'Ir"I ,

'\ i lived here years ago Mr. and Mrs. Sam K. Stratos, the Riverside'' Hospital Jacksonville Ilaten s ve', or more'of red cedar on his Council located In the southwest' .' ,JIi
hded the B. H.; S. Mr, of the Park theatre. last week for excessive and continual "'9 father's farm. The pines are furnished corner of the Starke Armor).'''' t :
(. al 'In Jacksonville Fri. visited Tarpon Springs where, hemorrhages at thej nose She Ir free of charge for this now has a telephone. 19-W.: Miss' f! i

ding the funeral of his' along with thousands of other was given blood transfusions, and ., purpose,"and the red cedar costs Doris Gaffney. NYA clerical' .
re Herbert Jonas, who' members of the Greek Orthodox It is understood that she Is much .1r.d a small amount for cost of helper, may be found there frOJD.,1,
marriage lived innd I faith, they attended the celebration improved handling.' 8 to 12 A. 1C each day, andI,
was Mlas Lottie Gll- of Epiphany. which is held Mrs. V, B.,, HarreH and Mrs. This proposition will be of Julian L Peek secretary, spends 1
there every year on January 6th. H. 1.. Hough were visitors to much value to' the boys not only a great deal of his time there l

W. Klncald of Tampa, Mr. and Mrs. Victor Thomasof Jacksonville last, Wednesday. M,_ for. the money value of the treesin both morning and afternoon. r
uest last week of her Sebring are guests this weekof Sgt. and Mrs. Ray Ford have t the future, but for the ex- Anyone desiring to get in touch '.
-laW"'and sister .Mr. and the former's mother Mrs. E. returned from a ten days visit perience they will gain and the with the Council may find it at,,' !
Beosley.! M.: Thomaa.YYAM1IYYAYYPYIIdal with relatives in 'Norwich Conn. knowledge of forestry that will !that time and place and telephone' ,

..................._......................- Mrs. E. J. :Cowling spent Mon I, be of value to them' as they grow It baa 'been .announced. Marcus' '
WIYWMWYYIIWWWYYWWWUWYWWWIWryWWWUy t day in Jacksonville.Friends . up with the trees January Is :F. Brown. chairman, may be- M ;
of Mrs. G., H. Bennettwill .. the month to set tree? and the found In his) office near the poet :'

loriJa! be glad to know that shale Pictured heir* ln a Chappy mood is James Purvis Hazen Jr., boYs. are urged, to. get. .'their'orders. office.Never. 4 .
rapidly recovering from a serious ._ __ .. ,r
11-monthig-old 'ionXof !:: .
5keatrel attack of .typhus fever and is Mr. and Mrs. J. Purvis Hazen of Hampton. ----- -- '"
now at her home after being confined Before: .hefmarrlade, .Mrs. Hazen was Mls's Elaine Wynn. I

to St. ,..Vincent's HospitalIn '
Healthfully Air-Conditioned Jacksonville for several /I'
I days. He spent the whole of last week /
Important USO Guests .
Mr. and 10["". Stanley' Bennett
were visitors In Starke getting definite experience -; LET YOUR SHOES GET IN 'I
to Jacksonville
PROGRAM WEEK OF JANUARY 18TH I Iy II day. Sun- Robert B. Wear had as guestsat In USO work' under Mr. .

the USO Club the latter THIS CONDITION. THEY
i B Bm "i '" """" "" """ w "i BBW i i Mls Aline Lanler spent Tuesday part Wear, and his staff. \
Jan. 18 19-Also Midnite in Jacksonville. of last week the following out.
Monday Miss Eleanor of New
Wilson FEET{
Mrs. P. M. Barefoot and Miss standing YMCA :i-C. B. j i,
OW GREEN WAS'MY VALLEY"With Sara Barefoot spent Monday in .Grainger of New York' City, executive York, chairman of the Woman's' w ;.

Walter Pidgeon Jacksonville.Mrs. secretary I ''of the USO Committee of the Army and WE ARE EXPERTS AT REPAIRING LADIES '
Club In 'Jacksonville' ; Paul W. Navy Y. M. C. A., and Mr. Leo
Latest News of the Day and Cartoon ., Uneon Phillips has returned 'of' GENTS, AND CIIILDUENS SHOES :
3 Comedy to Garrett. also New York. Mr. Andrews, of the Federal Security ; f
her home in Lawtey
I Gralhger's assistant In the Jacksonville Administration were also visitors
after being confined to Riverside :
I club. Mr. Garrett has Mr. Andrews was inspecting the BROWNSTEEN'SMODERN
esday, Wednesday & Thursday, Jan. 20-21-22 Hospital In Jacksonville for several been' for the past :20'< years en- new, USO .building, here MinnWilson ,.
days, following an operation.
gaged in research and editorial is head of all "
"UNHOLY PARTNERS"With Charles O. Woodbridge of Lynn, secretary SHOE REPAIR SHOP of ;
Mass.. of. .work; and recently"published' a women YMCA: .worker in toe 119 N. Walnut HU -. Oppwlta Pout Office l"
owner several local
Edward G. Robinson Laraine Day business buildings, was In Starke "Handbook AmeYfcan f Prisons.,' United States j I I',

and Edward Arnold this week ...
looking after his
.interests. ::1;
Added-Latest War News and Comedy I,,,
Miss Pat Lambe was a business !- ,
visitor in Jacksonville Thurs- IfI t
riday & Saturday Jan. 23-24-Double Feature
day.Mrs. !!I,
O.. "Blondie Goes To College"With I relatives). James in Norton Patray Va.is Visiting

Penney Singleton & Arthur Lake W. H. Nollman is In Sebring '"

No. 2-"The< Devil Pays Off" on business tit I
,Mrs. W. .1, Epperson will return First Li
With :William Wright Saturdayfrom North Holly- '
wood, Calif., where she has spent /
the past year with her son-in-law

'lis WeeK At The RitzSunday and VanSlckle.daughter Beginning:Mr. and the Mrs first Dale of

&: Monday February, .she will occupy her t.:
home on South ,Walnut, St.. and '
'"OUR',WIFE" her brother B. M.: Knight of Berlin }

With Melyyn.Douglaa &: Ruth Ituasey' .. Ga., will live with' her there. ..
The City, Hall!. Is all packedup )
.Alao-o-.N.q.: &: Comedy* rt '
with tables"and
chairs \-
''fir' ?, I II: ". l i. ..' \1. thing. In, the.mId every .... .... l '\\
$ ,OjT.the.t6ocu; |/ ..; 11 Jt r /11I7et/ "( L.'C. ,''''''' '

: :Tuesday &: Wednesday;:' ". .. M > 1"-" while the place.la being.painted. t.' ,"r ov i lr,. .. I ,
.. E. W. Owen, of Edenfleld'i I n :,:, e
'. .. Jewelry Cois going: back and tr
With James Cagney forth between Starke and Winter b u.,
'Also-Chapter'N .::2.Red 'aider &: Band Short > I Haven managing bath stores.' .
*.*.: Rev. and :Mrs A.;E, .}Llghtfoot.. '
of the First Baptist Church "
spent ,I'' \
Thursday &: Friday-DOUBLE .FEATURE I three days In Panama City this
week In attendance upon the 80th .'e' r ,.
annual session of the Florida ,
2-"RIDE 'EM COWBOY". Baptist Convention. I r Y

Also-News Mrs. J. H. Loverln of Miami I r I Ie i

Is spending a few days In Starke f ir r
with her husband, J. H. Loverln, I
Saturday DOUBLE FEATURENo. of the Florida 1 Souvenir & -z.\ ,

"TRAIL BLAZERS" Novelty Store. j,
Lt. and Mrs. Ralph Cox and I ,
With The Three Mesqulteers i'r dc ; ',' : .
little daughter, Sylvia, recently S I \: ;

2-"CONFESSIONS OF BOSTON BLACKIE" returned to Alexandria, La., .

Ith Chester Morris Also-"The Spider Returns"AAINAYAaaeYIANAIAAaaeAaAlAM11aAMMAISAAIYAiA where Lt. Cox Is stationed at ,. L
Camp Livingstone after spendingthe ; w to- '"
._.' ..._YAAIepAIMMIMM111pA1a., holidays with relatives I lit ,' 04' II
Starke and at the State Farm. .
Mrs. A. W .Anderson who( is ": ,
employed at Haverford, Pa., Is I
., I
NAT SEZ: spending a month's vacation here

with her family.Mr. 1. .. e ', '." .!! I
and Mrs. Charney Garrettof -==e .
I reckon heaps of folks <1ontrealize .1//
Macclenny are visiting the
t' Q yet that we are at. war ..
Rev. F. M. Garrett.Col. .
and I sincerely hope It won't takes ;
bomb to wake 'em up. and Mrs. D. E. Knight and I Y ., ,.... t.
Mrs- E. S. Matthews attended the ( '
When you stop to think of the funeral of Col. Knight's sister, ,r.. .. P
men and women who give up Mrs. Florence Knight Matthews, '1> ,j
their lives for their country, don't in Alachua last Saturday after- <. .. '.
have to give '
squawk cause you noon. The deceased was a nativeof : -" I 1

up your money. Buy Defense and Lake Butler, and Intermentwas 1 1." ,. .... t
Saving Stamps and Bond in the Fort Call Cemetery. ." ..
Keep\ 'Em Flying. .

Recent Births h ,
t :

ISIS AS YOU TWIST FLOWS WITH Mr. and Mrs. Bennie Loper, 9kJ// -

Theressa, Jan. 9, girl.

ILL FREEDOM FOR IT'S AIDE Mr. and ),fr.. Johnnie Arnold,
Starke. Jan. 12, girl. / !'2 I

It's an old axiom that an army travels on its .com ch. !

tA' 1/10 1 SLIP SANDWICHESSHORT y Civilians in defense do, too.

ORDERS l' That's why the American housewife is, playing such. an important :

FOR ACTION role in our present emerge cy. For she's helping to : J

Se.so pllhe Ytos w 0Y. steps PLATE LUNCHES .;. .,. build healthier'citizens and happier homes. 1

MWdss. f'4 ..... REGULAR DINNERS .We are proud to have had a'small.part in helping. ber. i
.. .. Y the housewife who is, > electric
$... f .. : : COLD DRINKS .5 5 5 Because ; now using 'cheap, I

It cookery, is giving her family,tmore food value per dollar

BEMBERG RAYON SATIN o'R HOME MADE PIES .WOMAN'S spent at the grocers. And she's able to save snore time: and

RAYON CREPE -. .. '. NEW FREEDOMS ,energy for other household and national defense acdndes.f i 1

': : No Beer Or Win : 'ar kir/wlrmir't+. those "home fires" burning. Take a.a.ol i
Lace Trimmed or Tailored Styles-; ,, Served f .. ; S :1.,; /-. '.. Let's keep your
-. r.amts w .... it in good repair! *
: .. ..........,. ...... range. Keep )
tr' Ar Mae.......M d.... '
THE f .................... | t
A WIDE VARIETY OF STYLES '-..................' ,
i It ew r. w.wss. ew a.. :'j jv.r

'$?. 5.and $2.98TERNBERG'S A8ACAFE ,I; : J't":. :I1-;: PO '. G' 1 j I

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'. New River News I Florida State Farm News I


: Jemle Lee Lazenby from for Jacksonville$4. and give 10 lessons By E. R. Bouvier I ENTERTAIN The Community SOLDIER.Club wom!/

: BIRTHDAY PARTY entertained a group of
CAIN SAFP-BENNETT Mr. and Mrs. Rudolph Andrews she
.6V JAMES M. :S, H. Moncrtef was given a thirty soldiers from Camp Bled
10 WN... RELEAS4 Miss Agnes Bennett, daughterof visited the latter'a father. T. C. party Monday
surprise ding at supper Sunday eve-ilt-l
Hubert Bennett of Lake But- Hazen in Brooker one day this
I night Jan. ti. by the Hospital Jan 4. The menu was vfnl
of Mr.
r.. and Jack Sapp. soa
CHAPTER II ; week.Mrs. force. After a delicious supper, tempting and seemed to
and Mrs. M. J.,, Sapp of New Ethridge Cason reports opened and a
gift packages were greatly enjoyed. The
SYNOPSIS River and Lake Butler were having had a 'swell" time last prolP'aza
found to contain numerous committee procured the
Although th. contracting builnc of quietly married while Mr. Sapp ,week. She had the mumps. servioJ
tbs Craig.Borland Engineering Co. I* In was here on leave from Ft. Kenning Ernie Southerland and family articles. of two black-faced COD1ed111111
a lump, Leonard Borland bar enough Ill who along with the Farm :
Ga. have moved to the Carl Wynn BRIDGE CLUB orJ
.( money put allda to pay his wuVs ex- cheatra entertained the visits
. '/ ponies when ihe doeldea to resume her / Priest and Mrs. J. C.. Wallace was ,hostess the
Mr. and Mrs. E. C. farm.Among throughout evening.
I tinging career, which was' Interruptedby din- those enjoying "Ser- for the bridge, club Thursday and
her marriage and the birth of their Mrs. T. H. Sheppard as Mrs. geant York" in Starke were Mr Mrs. 9.; C. Prlnte was an out of The Community Club held
two children. Hla wife Doris, Intlaia a, ner guesto Sunday Mr. and and Mrs. T. H. Sheppard and Joe Prizes of Defense III
town guest. regular meeting Tuesday. RoutO
thwarted her ambition M. C. Dennis -
that be has alwiye W. B. HolUngsworth,
*. In spite of the fact that aha Invariably l liT of Ft. White and Mr. and and Jon Lazenby.Mrs. Stamps were won by Mrs. :J., G. business was attended to and nJ
L Floyd Wiggins, Mm. Ru- L.'A. Wiggins.Mrs. :.
get* her own way. Doris' sineIng Dennis Hollingsworth of Godwin and Mrs. members agreed to make abori
teacher Hugo Lorentz. encouragesher Mrs. dolph Andrews and Mrs. Rosa Wallace served her guests forty garments for the &d
to give a recital. Hertz a famous Ralford. Pbiholster enjoyed spending Wednesday ambrosia and cookies.
I of Lakeland Cross in the next few day '1\
promlied to Miss Ida Merritt Mrs.
music critic has vaguely in Alachua with
I' give her a notice and when Dorla learn la visiting relatives here this [Wiggins' sister, Mrs. Bryan Lynn. J. M. Uoncrief and daughter, Club and Farm residents WIm
date, the, out her "over the top" with their )\ i
that be has the wrong per- week. She has rented I Percy 'Oateen'and family have Loreen accompanied Mr.a n d I\Ij
utde Leonard to go to his apartment desireto Cross' subscriptions.Mrs. .
l farm but expresses: a deep moved to Union County on, the Mrs. W. T. Moncrief to their
U, Hertz I I. courteous but unlnternted. On .. .JIm Ritch Is visiting
at the way out, Leonard I* embarrassed lIy"IIi 7 be back home again. Preston Williams farm. Mr. homo near Marianna recently and Jacksonville.Mrs. i II

) the laughter of two women who have Mrs. Rosa Pinholster of Brooker Osteen will farm .for C. B. returned home the next day.

I rapp.renUy heard the eonveriatlon. One la spending this week with her Hayes. Mrs. R. 1. 'Bristol returned .to J. W. Hundley Is VlMllJD
!'\ of the women U HerU' wlf, The other niece Mrs. Floyd Wiggins.Sgt. is her daughter Mrs. Reese Bradq
Mrs. O. E. Crosby now employed Tallahassee recently t 0 resume
la unknown to Leonard but be notice Mann of Elgin Jacksonville. Friends
Willard In of jjl
with the New Method ,at K. ..3.W. .
t recital. her duties aa teacher
'Uthat:! the la wearing" a hat The half closed !. a Wilbert
their Her eyes weren't wide open anymore. They were Field and Mr., and Mrs. Cleaners in Starke. Bradley will regret to hear 11I1:
received) by
which la C.
t 1 friends, prove politely, aa Leonard himself *.... couple ol silts. Then she kissed me, and kissed bard- Mann of Ocala were recent guestsof Mrs, Arch Thomas and Mrs Fred' J. Miller she recently fell and dislocated ,5]

3i peeled, that Oorl can't lng. After their parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. Smith Denmark of Starke were Mr. and Mrs. hip.Mrs.

I the recital an opera linger named "You know him?" payment" W. Mann. Sgt. Mann has received visiting Mrs. M. L. Johns last and daughters. Betty and Patty of, Paul McLendon vialtnj

Cecil Carver call Leonard and tell "Known him for years. I hadn't "I've got enough money." another recent promotion. and Mrs. Vivian Edenfleld relatives In Gainesville Monday L

*I, him the overheard the conversation seen him since ho played for me in "Who's talking about money? 1 Mr. and Mrs. Eustace Kelly and Friday.Mr. and DeWitt Raulerson Perry were, recent guests of Mr. Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Gralnjuj
i In HerU' apartment Berlin last winter." want kisses, and lots of them" family recently visited Mr. Kel- ., Mrs. and Mrs. P. D. rancher have returned to their home hi
swell. have Just returned from Fernan- '
"I've" had my suspicions about "Well geel e That e e sounds ly's brother, Grady and his family dina where they attended the Mr. and ,:Mrs. W. B. Graingerand Bell Glade after spending Bcvtrkj

;'{! Leonard' "Were asked.you the one In the bat? Hugo.You needn't have." It's one thing to start somethinglike in Mayo. Mrs. A P. (Sarah) funeral of Mrs. Raulerson'a son, Walter of Belle Glade days as guests of Mr. and Mr.

"Ve of course," replied Cecil. "I thought he was taking her tor that but it's something else Hallman who was also visitingin brother-in-law, P. C.. :Markham.Mr. are guests of :Mr. and Mrs. J. G. J. G. Godwin.Mr. .
to through with it. I bought a returned to New River Godwin. Walter has returned to and L.
;I "Well. I've got a little quarrel a ride. go Mayo, and Mrs. Bryan Lynn andMarvin Mrs. B. McLemtaJ
with you." "He's not. She's taking Rim for tuning fork and some exercise with them to visit her mother Cawthon of Alacbua were Holies School after spending the and Mr. and Mrs. Paul McLtndoiJ

?VWhat for" a ride. He said she does nothingbut books went up on the third floor Mrs. Maggie Kelly. Mrs. Hall- [ holidays with his parents. were recent guests of Mr aril
of Mr. and Mrs. Rudolph
other of the Building and guests
torture him and every Craig-Borland I
; laughing me. ha-ha-ha-ed man a registered nurse, lives In Garland Godwin baa returnedto Mrs. Jack White in Jacksonville!
morning hoping
man she gets Into her clutches. every i Andrews Sunday.
funny? .
f I', o"Why. you're quite mistaken.. "What about these other men nobody would hear me. Then in the,. Chattanooga Tenn., and returnedto MlaS Esther Brannen Miss Emory at Oxford after spending Mrs. L. B. McLendon remained hi

Mrs. Hertz and I were talking; I she's got her clutches on?" afternoon I'd go down and take a. her home last week. Melba Moody, Shy Brown Al- a happy holiday with his Jacksonville for a visit with otlnj

\., may have been laughing, but not "For heaven's sake, can't a woman lesson and make some payments.I Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Roberts bert Moody and R. J. Turner en- family here. relatives.Mr. .

at you. Why-" that good-looking have a little like paying better than learning, and family of Lake Butler were the movies in Lake City Mr. and Mrs. '1. A. Bouvier, and Mrs. W. W. Fish mil
,s "All right, then. What Is I"" bit of a good timer What do you and I felt plenty like a fooL recent dinner guests of Mr. and joyed Andre McRae. visited children Sandra and Tony !
"Nothing only-well, I Judged care? You're having a good time But then Cecil sent me over to a Sunday night Betty and an
t from what you laid that you wanted aren't 3'OU' Right now? I'll sock music school for a course in sight Mrs. C. E. Andrews and family. ;Mr. and Mrs.: Smith Johns and Mrs. Bracey Richardson and Mrs. pending the week with their par-(

j a competent opinion on your wife's you if you say you're not." reading. It was taught by a French Mr and Mrs. Roy Cowan of son. George Mr. and Mr. James A. H. St.. John in :Jacksonville ants. Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Randal)

Inglng I dropped In at"that re "Believe It or not this Is my first man named Guizot. and along with Jacksonville, accompanied by Mrs.Cowan' Lavender and ,Miss Ida Merritt recently.

'?iI'' vital Perhaps you'd like to know offense." the sight reading he gave us a little sister Miss Ruth Tom- were dinner guests of Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. F. J. Edwards of BROOKER
"And you've got her, haven'tyou harmony. When I found out
'' what I thought? IlD on, were week-end guests of Melrose and Sam Cahoon of
Ira Merritt of Lake
Mrs. City
.11 "I'd be delighted." ? that music baa structure to It, Justas By Mrs. Eldon Hardy
'Then why not drop over and seethe "No. I'm Just one other man a bridge has. right away I began Mr. and Mrs. O. F Tomllnson. Sunday.Mr. Jacksonville were recent guestsof

\ ?" she's got her clutches on, one more to get Interested. I took Guizoton Parents Interested in having and Mrs. James Norman of Mr. and Mrs. M. E. Grlner. SKWING CLUB MEETS:

"I don't know any reason why sap to torture." for some private lessons and their children take'lesson in voiceor Starke and Mr. and Mrs. Jack Mrs. :J. L. Robinson and Mrs The living room was beauU-1

r. not. ." '- You poor dear. You are crazy began to work. He gave me exercises any musical Instrument are Sapp of Lake Butler and Ft. H. L. Parker have returned after fully decorated Friday afternooil

,.. floor She with bad a a grand suite up piano on the in It tenth and about"Come her on aren't; what you about?" these oth- and chords to do melodies to unscramble to harmonize; and I, asked to notify Mrs. M. L. Johns.If Bennlng. Ga., were guests of their spending a pleasant week In their when members of the Lade

music scattered all over the place er men?" rented a piano and had that movedIn a sufficient number can be en- I aunt, Mrs. E. A. Sapp. one day old home at Seville. Sewing Club met with Mr. G.I

", and she let me in herself. She She thought a long time and then so I could hear what I was do- rolled an instructor will come this week. Joe Allen Lander recently returned W. Hazen for their semi-monthy
I was good-looking/ all right/ She said "Leonard I'm not going to Ing. I couldn't play it, but I could from a Christmas vaca- meeting.

'I bad a pale Ivory skin, but her hair tell you any more of what Hugo hit the chords, and that was the tion spent In Avon Park. After a social hour dellcioui
!' was black, and so were her eyes. said except this: That no man gets main thing. PINE LEVELBy LAWTEYBy Miss :Justine Fisher has returned -
She had a drink ready, ana aeked any luvura trum her U thai wnat Then he talked to me about symphonies Mrs. H. M. McRae BIN Pluunmer after cake and hot coffee were served
me If I was a musician. I said you're worried about. And especially and of course I had to dig .' to Tallahassee spend- those present by Mrs. Hazenl

.1 no I was a contractor, and next Hugo doesn't. She sees that Into them. I bought a little phono The cold weather hit our section LAWTEY ORGANIZES ing the holidays with her parents Mrs. T. W. Markey and Mra i L!

I,;, thing/ I knew I had bad two drink they keep excited, but Inside she'sas graph and a flock of symphony al. hard this week wiping out here.Mr O. Hazen. The next meeting will
and was gabbling about myself like cold as ice. and thinks of nothing bums, and got the scores and began FOR CIVILIANDEFENSE and Mrs. Robert Pierce
.j some drummer In a chair car. but herself." to take them apart, so I could the crop of strawberries for a County Civilian Defense director have moved from Lake Butler to be at the home of Mrs. O. wf

'I After a while, though. I pulled up. "You're not telling me anything see how they. were put together.The while' but the growers are still Dr. M. B. Hertong. met with the Farm. Barry Tuesday.
\ and said "Well" and she switched I don't know." scores you don't buy; they cost looking forward to a bountiful the citizens of Lawtey last week
,j, off to Doris. Your wife has a remarkable "I hate that woman." too much. But I rented them, and harvest!! later on. and formed the nucleous around After spending the holiday season .- SOCIETY NOTES
u voice and her tone Is "I spent half my time hating her first I'd have one for a couple of with their grandparents Mr. Mr. and Mrs. ,Jack Sapp otl
I well produced.: Of course .." and half my time being Insane weeks and then I'd have another. Mr. and :Mrs. H. H. Lewis and which the local board will operate and Mrs. J. A. Bouvler, Miss Lake Butler were visiting Ma|

"Go on. What else" about her What's she got any-, The sight reading was tough. You H. M. McRae were visiting Eld. Following an address by Betty McRae and Andre McRae Nora Sapp Wednesday night

t "I would criticize her style But way?" Just stand up 'there and read It, W. E. Hall of Green Cove Dr. Herlong in which he urged have returned to their home In Mr. and Mrs. Artford Bran]
1% good style doein't come In a day. "One thing she's got Is a face without any piano to give you the Springs Tuesday of last week. people not to minimize the possibility -
44 U she work. at It.. that ought to that a man would commit suicidefor. tune or anything else. I never of'destruction our Mclntoah. and baby of Tampa were visiting J
come around" Another thing she's got Is a heard of it until Cecil began to Mrs. W. D. :McRae and grandchildren among Mr. and, :Mrs.: I* Ferguson his parents Mr. and Mrs. L. A.|

"Then :you think she ought to goon figure that It he wasn't quite dead talk about it, didn't even know what Bobby and ,Dannie Phil loved ones, officers, were electedto of TbomasvUle. Ga., returning Brown over the' week-end.

r ,?" :yet, he'd stand up and commit suicide It meant. But I took it on, Just ips of ,Gainesville 'were recent head the NorthBradford from their honeymoon In Panama Henry Stokes of Camp Shelby,,!

"With such looks and such .a for all'over .aln..And another like the rest of it and beat intervals guests of Mr and Mrs. H. M. County group. F. R. Carradlne were guests of Mr. and Mrs Mlso.. was visiting his parent,
voice, certainly." thing she's got is a healthy. professional Into my bead with the piano McRae.Mr. was elected by unanimous vote
With that we dropped It In spite Interest In the male of the until I could hear them in my to sit in the chairman seat. Mr. J. O. Randall, Wednesday and Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Stokes, luilf

ef all she said it added up to species that enjoys sticking pins sleep. After a while I knew I was and Mrs. David Kelly madea Carradlne's Immediate aides are: ,Thursday. I week. Henry says being one III
i faint praise, A boy came in with a into it Just to see it wriggle. But If making progress, but then when I'd business trip .to Jacksonville Chaplain and Mrs. L. A. Shepherd -I Uncle Sam'a boys Is an ideal Ufil
Mrs. O. W. Roberts :Mrs. A. M.
act: you want her I'm determined go down to Cecil and try to read Saturday. were in Gainesville Monday for anyone if he, could only fcjj
; "Something wrong?" you're going to have her. And realb something off while she played the Miss Elna Conner f Gum Lewis. O. .1. Phillips and R. R. where the former made a talk to near home because Florida cull
"I'm singing at some war veteran have her. You see I like you accompaniment I'd get all mixedup Thede. Although these memberswere
and have Branch was the dinner guest of the Twentieth Century Club, his be beat especially dear 011|
to She
thing in Brooklyn tonight andI pretty well. stop. spottedthe appointed to head the vari- "
promised to do a song they want, "I Uke :you a little my Ie It." reason for it "You're not Misses Vesta and Odessa McRae ous branches, there is definitelyroom subject being "Public Safety. Brooker!II
and I've the words." she said J. C. Wallace was in Chatta- John Plnholster and T W.|
A forgotten to get the words That woman has got to be hurt" watching Sunday.H. in an organization that is I
y to it; end the man who was to give "You think you. could hurt Doris? "You can read the exercises, because hoochee Thursday through Saturday : Markey were transacting bwIn/jl
M. McRae and Allen Hall
t them to has of Listen all have to think about destined to play such! an Important -
me gone out town ; you'd be going up against you i In Tampa Tuesday.Mr. .
Ii1'and here's his note saying he'll something." Is the music. But songs have words were visiting relatives at Gaines- part In our home life as thisIs
Mrs Robt. Kite visited In Tallahassee -I and Mrs. Earl Green wen]
V give me a ring. tomorrow-and no "You didn't hurt her where it too, and you have to sing them. ville Tuesday.Mr. for every person regardless
;1li words" burL In the triumph department You can't Just go la-la-la. Look at and Mrs. Eldon Sapp and of age to play a leading role. Thursday and Friday, visiting uijCalneaville Monday.Mr. .
"What song?" baby' You go get yourself a triumph the words; don't look at the notes. little of Gum Leaflets pertaining to the functions the guest of her uncle and aunt, .. and Mrs. C. C. Deea aril
"Oh, some song they sang in the and see her wriggle out of Your eye will half see them without son, Rudolph Justice and :Mrs. Glen Terrell. children were visiting Mr. aril
t Navy during the war. Somethingabout that. your looking at them but the main Branch we revisiting relatives .of the Council will be distributed Word has been received that Mrs. D. Stone of Starke SUJIo|

a destroyer Isn't that annoying "Oh. gosh, I thought you had an thing. Is the words. Get them right here Sunday. by the school children. Mrs. L. O. Sheffield to returningto I
/" Idea I" and the music will sing itself." When there Is an announcementof day.Mr.
Remember services at Pine the States from Hawaii I and Mrs. T. W. Martojl
E i "Oh that song." "You're going to give a recitaL I tried the way she said, and Level Church meetings they should be attended along
1 "You know It?" And will that' fix hcrl""So sure enough It came a little better. thia week-end. by everyone. Your help with other wives and children of and daughter Martha Evelyn!

"Sure. I was a gob in the war I'm going to give a recital. I kept doing harder exercises all will be needed to this our troops there. were shopping In Gainesville Sat l
r when I was a kid." Well in the first place I can't sing the time, and then one day I knew GRAHAM carry pro- Mrs. Henrietta Parker Is spending urday. I
"Well for heaven's lake sing I"" and In the I wouldn't have gram through, and In an emerg- II
second place I don't to study sight read- By Mrs. E. Strickland sometime In Jacksonville with Mr. and Mrs. M. Sapp n A\\
She sat down to the piano and want to sing, and in the third place Ing any more. I could read any ency we will be able to act as a her
started to play it She already It's Just plain silly.. thing. group. The Junior High School grandchildren children of Lake Butler wer|
d di knew the tune. I sang "Leonard If you put yourself In The ha-ha stuff was the worstI MRS. HONORED building and City Hall have been Everett Robinson of Jackson- visiting Mrs. Nora Sapp Friday

t i She got up. walked over to the my hands if you do Just what Isay did what Cecil told me. and she A shower was given at the placed at the disposal of the ville was the week-end guest of I E. C. Long and son. Gene spot

t sofa and sat down her face perfectly I'll have you singing like an seemed satisfied but to me It was home of Mrs. 1. H. Surrency council in emergencies. his parents, .Mr. and Mrs. J. L. the week-end with Mrs. Long anil
white."Borland angel in any concert hall in town Just a pain in the neck. But then Tuesday In. honor 'of Mrs. Claud Robinson. ,little Betty Long. Mr. Long sod j
be held In
she said, :Jour wife's within a year. Or maybe with one one day something happened. ABOund Starling. Mrs. Surrency and the school audit- Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Williams .Gene are at La Belle helping on.]
no good. of the symphony orchestras came out of my throat that Mrs. Roy Hinds hostessesand orium until changed.
were '
are the
"Oh she's not?" Let her try. and*laurh! that oftlBaby I made me Jump. It was a big, round served There are Civilian Derjnse or- proud parents of a ,defense project.
"But you have a voice." ., do you waut that woman? high tone that shook the room. I delicious refreshmentsto seven pound daughter. Little Miss Mrs. :M.: P. Matheny'of Tampa l
"I-what?" Do you want her eating out of your tried it again and It wouldn't comeI about 20 guests. Mrs. Star- ganizations in every city and village Sandra. She arrived Saturday at and Mrs. Ozena McAllister
"You have a voice." hand Do-" vocalized overtime that day trying ling received many gifts. In our country. We stand the Alachua County Hospital InCalnesvllle Gainesville were visiting Mrs. CI

kg Her eyes weren't wide open any I opened my eyes to ran it some to get it back and was about to Mrs. A. A. Padgett and Mrs. for the same as they do. We are Mrs: 'WIlliams was J. Crews and Mrs. T. W. Marker|
more. They were half closed\ to a more, but all of sudden give when it as thorough in
a a picture up came again. I Jimmie our purpose as
Emery of Hague visited tormerly Mlao Irla Crews.Mrs. .
,, { couple of slits. Then she kissed me popped In front of my eyes, of opened it up and stood there listen. they are. We must be aware of Monday.
i and kissed hard. how Doris would look out there listening ing to it swell Then I began goIng their parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. H. the J. O. Godwin, Mrs. L F I' Mrs. Harvey Baxter and did
What made you go to Hertz," to me. and I started laugh. still higher with it It got an Surrency, recently. necessity as they are. We Chapman Mrs. P. D. Fancher, dren of Jacksonville were recent! |

the asked." "Didn't you know any "What's the matter" edge on it, like a tenor but at the Mrs. George Rivers spent sometime are, as are all othern a part of Mrs. Robt. Kite and Miss Ruth visiting Mr. and Mrs. Wade Hal'
better? "It's the same time it was big and round and a powerful democracy of 130,000-
i most cockeyed thing I last week with her sister Hershfield shopped in Jackson- rell.
"Yes. ever heard In my life. But-all full. I went up with it until I was 000 people who are determinedto ville I
I I "Then why did you do It?" afraid Mra Shaw, at Fairbanks.We Monday.Lt. Mrs. Johnny Mott of
right We'll pretend that's how it's go any higher, and then work as one and assure our '
"I had to. going to come out." I checked pitch on the piano. It was are sorry to report Mrs. cause of victory. Epting of Spartan- was visiting friends and relative
'f She twisted her head around "You'll have to work." an A.That. H. D. Wasdlrt who has been sick burg, S C., was the week-end : here Tuesday afternoon. I

I where It was on my shoulder, ..ndI "I'm used to work. afternoon Cecil was so ex for 12 weeks (Is no better at this Mrs. Muagrove and :Mrs. J. 'L.Harrell guest of Mr. and Mrs. J. A. 1 Mrs Guy Harrell has returned]

looked at me. "You're" crazy about "You'll have to study music and cited by It she almost forgot about time. Sr., were visiting and Bouvler. after spending a few days aid!
I her, aren't you? sight reading and harmony, and payment "It's what I've been waiting Lt. Ralph Cox and family have I her
"More or less." Mrs. shopping in Gainesville last Sat- parents in Palmetto. ..
languages, especially Italian. for. But 1 had no idea it was Harvey Starling and been
"I'm sorry I said she was no "Percho devo studiare 1'itall- that good." daughters. Myrtle and Mildred urday.Mr.. transferred from Camp Livingston 1 Mr. and Mrs. C. Harrell &-

food. She really has a voice. She ano?" Say it sounds great! How did and son, Leslie and Mrs. R. M. Milstead In Louisiana and are now son of Hampton Lake were vhf
were in
might Improve". Maybe 1 was You speak Italian" you know it was there" Starka Sunday. visiting of Fullahoma Tenn., were visiting stationed near San Antonio, I. Ing Mr. and Mrs. Wade nand|
jealous of her. "Didn't I tell you I started out "It's my business to know Whata friends here Sunday. Mr. MU- Texas. I Sunday.
She started to laugh. "You could all an architect? We all take our baritone MI". and Mrs. Fred :Johnson and stead is
: lave knocked me over with a straw two year in Italy, studying the old "Hey! Come here." daughter, Anna Jean visited Mr. employed by the South-
when I saw Hugo Lorents coming ''ruin. Sure, I speak Italian." "Sing me one more song." and Mrs. R. M. Johnson land News Co., and was attend- BOREE
jut there to the piano" I Sunday. ing to business HOME
"Ort. you rlnrltrtB I'll want (TO fig!: CANTINfi/CDI Mrs. Llnnie in Starke last
McCulley returnedto I
j 1'' her home in, Jacksonville after week. FULL LINE UNDERTAKERS' SUPPLIES
BOATDRAIN was visiting hla uncle C. A. Grlffls relatives and friends in Gainesville spending several days with her Mrs. E. B. Wells was visiting

Uy Mrs Z. 2:. Orltfls Sunday. New Tears day. mother Mrs. C. Fogg. friends and relatives In Middle- PROMPT AND COURTEOUS SERVICE
burg last week.

I Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Griffla, her Mrs.son Mary. Lacy Brown Brown was of visiting Starke. I Visited Mrs.relatives Nolle Geiger here last of week.Waldo visitor H. L.In Starling was a business ]11', and !. .. .).' E. Sbuford of Phone 134. Starke

spent Sunday with Jacksonville Tuesdayof Jacksonville were
Mr. and Mrs. Sunday : visiting relatives -
Walter Sibley and Mrs. De- last week.
Ralph Gainey Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Grlffls last weekend.Mr. .

Mr. and Mrs W. E. Green and of this section were vlsittng'' Mr.' la ney Dickenson were business John Ward. Misses Mary Jane and Mrs. Frank Wells were

children. Sharon and Edward and Mrs. P. B. Prevatt of Hampton visitors. In Gainesville Tuesday of Thomas and Wilma Jones were visiting relative In Live Oak
visiting in Waldo Thursday.Mrs. over the weekend.Mr. .
and Miss Margaret Grlffla and recently last 'week.
brother, Kling Grlffls, were visiting Jimmie Imler and Mrs. and. Mrs M. B. Plummer
Mrs. Jonnle Arnold Sunday.I Mr. and. Mrs. A. L. Sullivan Aline Padgett or Hague were were visiting relatives In Willis- 7RBFTYDo

Ulna Opal Morrell of this section TI1ERESSA and Miss Ida Hagan were shopping visiting their mother, Mrs. :J. H. ton last week.

I wait vlt'ltlngr Misses Dorothyand fly Mrs. II. D. May In Starke Friday afternoon. Surrency Friday. Mrs. E. E. Davis and Mrs.

AuJry Barnhlll Sunday. Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Bum- Mr. and Mrs., J. B. Strickland I Prescott Gill of Alachua were
I Mrs.
King were visit .
and J. .
Mr. and Mrs. U. B.. Lee of ing In Virginia during the boll- gartner and little daughter, Mar- L. Morgan! were visitors visiting friends here last week.

Bethel and children Morris, Max- I days. eta were dinner guests of Mr., to Starke Friday. .1. R. M. Chapman: T. Holmes, Your

Ine and E. Z. Lee were dinner Mrs. Clyde Hall was In Starkeon and Mrs. H. D. May New. Tear's. Mr. and Mr. Horace) Cain. Mlsa ''I and B. F. Fain of Daytona Beach Trading

guests; of Mr and Mra Ralph' business Tuesday.Mrs. day. Wilma Jones and Miss Hilda were business visitors here this where 6 pieces are
Davis were in Gainesville Satur- Rogers Silverware
Galney Sunday. E. S. ,Sibley and daughter Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Sullivan week.Woodrow given
:Mrs: Ida Chace has returned' Ruth have day afternoon. I Wilson said at the away with every $40 in trade
returned srecw
} io their home visaing ,mesa ivw La Hampton : Mr. and Mrs. or certificates.
home after Frank Thomasof outbreak of World
spending several after vteltlng! relatives in Miami Sunday. War Ko. it
weeks In Jacksonville with her over the holidays.Mr. Hampton were In our section "I would rather lope In a cause Are Redeemed

t sister, M... Lem RIgdon. and Mrs. J. :J. Mrs. Dora Sibley of Putnam Sunday.- that will eventually win than to la Cawh If I SMITH'S GARAGE
Zelgler and Hall
Harvey Gainey of Jacksonville I Mr. and Mrs. J. D. GrLffla visited relative- here last Rev. W. C. Burton filled his win In a cause that will eventually Yon Choone STARKE FLORIDA
Wednesday. regular appointment here ." -
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DUtBOTOBY OF IN COUNTY.CIRCUIT FLORIDA.COURT BRADFORD 1! CHAN.CKHY. County published, Florida.In 8 t.The p k ..first Bradford publication under In the said certificate of No. IDS was. areas 47 minutes 30 seconds West seal at Starke. Florida, this De- The Board of Public Instruction "iI, I
name Unknown The
) assessment 1030 feet
SERVICES more or less, to the comber 1941. of Bradford County Flor : -
Ruth V. Da.le. Plaintiff. Ve. John January,Ih.1 D.be. 194 on the, and 9th the day last of of sail property under West boundary of BH of NW ( II1Lh.8 I.}) A 3. Thomas ida. 12-2,-St-l-2>
BAPTIST said certificate No. 1K4 and Frac. 1-4 of said (Section 88; the strip As Clerk of SEAL
I'.RIT!! Case NCI. 1713. said (CORPORATE )
) l Davle. on the 30th day of said month. 1.214 :
of 198 were the of of land herein 1-1 i il
R. LI..trt. P..... OF PUBLIOATION This Order shall take effect on the ton name described con- Ralph I.. Romedy, ." ,
IItrt AND NOTICR TO APPEAR 7th of Ivey Pollard. taming 3.33 acres more or less Fla Atty. fur Plf.RtCHOLt'TION :r.
W.I..t I
A. D. 1942
r4. F.bruary. (Including the existing '11119 CIRCUIT COIRT; OF THHKIUUTH
STATE] OF FLORIDA to: John L. the Unless said Certificate be
M.WorshIP of proof of
SchOOl 9:45 loOA.A. M. Oavldl who. residence Is Number provided this Ord.r publlcalona. '' redeemed according I to a1 the the) old Waldo-Hampton highway FOR BONI 191119 JUDICIll.COUNTY.' FLORIDA.BRADFORD CIRCUIT.BRADFORD .. "i I,.
7OO P. M.WorNhIP New Avenue New required by the Statutes of the properties be de.erlb..1 therein will P A NO. 2-8. OF SPECIAL TAX $('IIUOI. DI4TRICT COUNTY a political ,j'
Pr.vldence. Jersey. sold to highest bidder at RCEI. R. D. NO. I
.op.M. Sluts of Florida In such made MO. 9 : cases subdivision of the State of Florida -
You are required to 'the Court House door the of SK 1-4 of BW '
8:00 P. M. appear on and on first 4 OUNTY.' FLORID. NO-
lay Worship February 2. 1942 In provld.d. 1-4 of Section 28 and W. M. Edward< Chairman L
the above ANt) ORDERED In Cham Monday In the month of February; Township 7 OF KLKtrriON.
Court and 10NI 1942. which Is the South Range 21 East lying TI"'I T. Chastaln. Wynn,
named cause, whrreln 2nd day of February 'lfrr .D.LR
tlRST METHODIST seeks divorce. Bradford Starke. Florldab this the A. D. 1942. within 60 feet of the At nn adjourned session of a regular M.: O. and P. ,
7th day of 1943. aent.rln. meeting of the of PubliC as the en- \
p.or County Telegraph shall publish this .anuary. of Project 6D51. said Un.r,1 n'.mbAr. .omprl.lng
G. C. Pwel.. Order In next four Indues. Adklns. Judge. Dated thin list day of December being described as follows: Begin Instruction of ir.dfor,1 County tire Board of County Commissioners -
ujij. ( I. Witness my hand and official 1-9 4t 1-30 A. D. 1941.OFFICIAL! on the South of said Florida duly .aied held on of Bradford County apolitical I

I f.lool Oi<>0ft-AM-M: seal at Htarke Florida thin January ( SEAL) A. J. Thoma. SK 1-4 of 8W boundary- a point December 22. 1 and at which subdivision of the State '

1:00: 2 1942. S Clerk Circuit Court, 83.1 feet West of the HE cor. meeting there was of .'Iorlda Petitioners.
'r'.WpYSo: M. (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J IN Clltri IT rOITMT. BRADFORD ty. State ut Florida. l-2>4t-l-23 thereof: thence Northeaster Sparks Chairman, Ir.8. n'oa'mr .. .
: P. M. As Clerk of said Court .-.Tloma COUNTY. FLORIDA IN CII IN- ly from tagent beaelnir North 27 Kelly # Charles Dlnklns, Et Al, \
day worshp! 8:00: P. M.IARKS O. H. WlttHchen Jacksonville CERY. degrees 26 minutes 18 seconds E. M.idf. I.lo .'. e n Defendants.NOTICK .
Fla. *
Atty. for FIf. Paul S. Cooner, Plaintiff, vs. Lulls 10TIC1.OF IIIEIUJF' 1.1.1. East along the aro of a curve lublo In.tru.Uon and ex- IN EMINENT DOMAIN
EPISCOPAL Mae i Cooner Defendant. Case No. to the right having a radius of officio N.crt.ry Doare. the PROCEEDINGS I
virtue of executions Issued out of 2884.79 feet and total central among other IN TIlE NAME ]
Fred Ye. Re* o* 1729.ORDER OF PUBLICATION the Clrc"lt Court of Bradford angle of 20 degrees O' minutes Ings, were had to-wltl OF tIJ1IE.STATE .

N. c... I.reeF CALL TO FOR BIDSNOTIIIi AND NOTICE TO A 'PEAR pursuant to those through a central angle of 11 J. 8. Norman presented the) following TO ALL ,I
Rrhool 10:00 A., M. CONT'ACCRI STATE OF FLORIDA to: Llllle certain final Judgments renderedthe degrees 11' 14" a distance of resolution, to-wlt: (BItE: .I
j Worship 11:00 A. M. HTARKR Mae Cooner. whose residence Is 2nd day of June, 1931. and the2nd 672.7 feet to point of at a meeting of the AND to Charles Dlnklns and Annie 1
9 Evening 7:30: P. M. Sealed bids will be received by Unknown. day of June, 131. respectively.In thence 3S 'In..ncYi 10'E.t ; WlWU1AB.> Instruction ol Ulnklns his wife, whose placeof r

| Evening 7:30: P. M. the Board of Public Instruct'on of You are required" to appear on the County Judge's Court of Nortl. feet d..re.the. 13'East Bradford County, Florida, duly held ra.htenc. I. f.wley. Florida :

| 10.00 A. M. Bradford County. Florida. at the February ..' 1942 In the above Bradford County. Florida.,for the boundary of said.SE'4 of SW on Deci .iys office of said Board In fatarke, Ceurt and cause wherein recovery by & Liberty 1-4 at a point 11136 feet North a petition signed by Is Lawtey, Florida: Louise 1:1
Florida. up to 10 o'clock A. M., name seeks divorce. Bradford Mills Company. a corporation ef the SB corner thereof; said more than IS per cent of the uuall- Stanley, widow whoso place of ,

|sT PRESBYTERIAN E. S. T.. January 20th. 19-12\ at ounty Telegraph shall publish thlaOrdWt from Everett B. Burney of IS2.7J strip of land herein described fled .I.elor. who are freeholders r..hl""c( la DPi Patterson Street "J I I

All,". Isun1eNorth which time and place all bid. received next four weekly lusues. together with costs and $82.73 together containing a 77 acres more or residing within the territory Tampa r \ Mildred I I,. Pauland i. .
fichusII CaervyI ... will be publicly epen. andrea ne. my hand and official: with costs, r""Iectv.ly. recorded less (Including the existing roadbed -< known and designated as Special her 'I\ A. T. Paul whose :,
aloud. for furnishing all ma Stark. .Florida this Jan- In Foreign of the old Waldo-Hampton Tax School District No. 3 of lirad- plac. oC I. Starke, FlorIda f '

I School 10-00: A. M. and labor and constructing uary .. 192.OFFICIAl. 3 at pages 67 and.1. respectively highway.) 1'r.tyto petitioning ; M. J. Dlnklns, Alfred Dlnklns u I

Worehlp 11:00 A. M.Cr..ade. ALTERATIONS AND ADDITIONS ( S.JAL) A. J. Thomas of the T.aord. said Circuit PARCEL NO. 8 R. D.: NO. I thin S.ld an election to and Willie Dlnklns, whose places C. l
':00 p. M.dial. TO THE EXIHTINO SCHOOL As Clerk of Court. 1-9 4t 1.30 Court which said judgments, and That portion of Nra 1-4 d.t.r"ln. wh.th.r .Id School DI.- of residence respectively are unknown r

Yo.th 6:00: P. M. BUILDINGS AT 8TARKB FLOR J. 5. Cowl.s. Jaekson"lle. Fla. each of them and executions Issued of SH 1-4 1 WI In Nil cor- "h.1 I."u. In the sum ;
Worhlp 7:00: P. M. IDA. Atty. for Plf. pursuant thereto were by liar of NW and of 8HVi of Heo- of .00 for the purpose of remodeling And to ::1rf having or I
particularly known aa Defense Cumberland & Liberty Mills Company ton 25. Township 7 South Range and otherwise Improving claiming : title, interest S.
CATHOLIC Public Works Project No. Docket a corporation, by assignmentof I East lying within 60 feet of the .xl"tnl school bul.llnl thereof estate mortgage or other Hen to
JWARD'I. P..'.. Fla. 8-101. IN CIRCUIT COURT. BRADFORD. Judgments dated the 29th day the centerllne of Project No t'ark. for the or on those certain parcel of land
I... AveosieMaml rp y. Any bid received after the upecl- COUNTY.' J1.ORIU IN CIIAN- of October, recorded November 6661, said centerline described further | of bulMIng an additional In llradford County, J'lorldR. which

Temple M. time and date will not be con CKUY. 6th. 14.In Assignment ofJudgment ns b.ln" and school b"lhln" on the exInllnw are Included In that p.rt mateRoad ,
U.OO: A. fed John K. Ilussev. Plaintiff, vs. Lotta 194. pa..lnl OV.r '
2 at 27 of arrows Wfcj of and 8W 1-4 at Starke No. 121 dnstgnateu as "Projoct .
I 1 lllvlae 9:00: i.rvIeeaMaMN A. M. Koch bid must be accompanied bya M. Husaey, Defendant. Case No. the record of said pai., transferred of NI9 1-4 of said Section 2H as Florida, and building:: sidewalksand 6602." as lo"at.d. ."r"'y., and I\

Ma.8OO: M. certified check or bid bond In 1723ORDER OF PUBLICATION and assigned to Abbla L. follows: Begin on the West school otherwise Imlrovlnl such platted by the State %, Department ( .
)ny A KroundM. said of the State of Florida anil
the of boundary of said
amount five per cent (6 per Morrow: The Sheriffof WV4 of NFl 1.4 .
cent) of the base bid as icuurantee ANt NOTIF TO AlPEAHS'rATI Bradford und"llene.l, has at a point 11.1 t.t North of tI.nclll Tax School District No 3 shown by right nf way map thereof .
: that the bidder If Lota the 8W and ..e the public furs schools on tl. In the office of the :
"pFf. TAnFRlACLF awarded the contract M. whose resilience is: levied said execution upon the fol- th.r.of. run known
.. Clerk
the".of. County Circuit Cnuit In amifor
ull''r will within ten <1O) consecutive lowing dencrlbeil lot, piece, parcelor 38 degrees 63' ao"NI"t Ur..tord "
Service' : M. 6th. AVenue Water Vliet, Albany 2102.0$ r et to the Knnf I lull School ((but primary. Itradford County Florida, said
r calendar
I Serves 7:30 P. 7.!. days after written County New York. tract of land lying, belnl and l.oiimliiry of salil. 8W 1.4 of if ruin mar anil high ""hoon. and fur Petition being fl.d In the above t
notice being given of such aw.rd. You required to appear on situate In the County of r.dford. 1-4 NM the ." nf lining entitled cause day of ''r
ar. Al
a point 1I1S 'r''K. In,1
feet ubt.lnlnt .
North 231'
LIT COURT. BHADFORD enter Into a written with February 2, 194!, In the above State of Florida particularly do- nf Ihe SIC corner thereof In ".h imbllo( e"e.nb.r. A. D. I'.Hl, I
FLORIDA. IN CUASTCnse the Board of Public Instruction of named Court and cause, wherein srilbed as folowal Beglnlhnir at strip of lunil, herein ; the free school purposes a Kr'Ut' uf ('ountpft political ." II.o.lor,1 I
.. Bradford County Florida In accordance plaintiff seekS divorce. Bradford the \ corle. Of' 'Section 048 described' n($ol tutu, (or some other sum tho State of et nl, against

No. with the accepted bid and County Telegraph shall publish I: this 26. Tp. 6, 8011h 22 Rust' rnntalnln&, rnmltieil acre' Un.lu"n& "'...oloul.) towards the rout you antI each'Iorlla. seeking' tnconl.mn
Plaintiff 1TOH Rive a contract surety tmml satis. Order In next four weekly IsHiies.WltnefM .n.1, run North on Suction Line Waldo-Hampton. .. .. < the 1'tihllo Works Administration for puhllo rond mill high .
Walton factory to the Board of Public Instruction my hnnd and official 132O feet, thence East to a point of highway) ("r any other department way purposes, the said parrels ofland
Defendant of Bradford County, Florida seal at 8t.rk. "'Iorld. this January "beginning thirty-three feet Eject: You and each of you are hereby of the United( Stains Government sltunte, lying and being In "'.
Pntton. AND equal to one hundred per cent 5th, 194. of the Center of State Remit Number .omman.led to be anti appear In having jurlHillctlon hereof IlrHilford, County. Florida and more \
OK PUBLICATION cent of OFFICIAL .) A. J ..ThomasAH the Circuit Court In and for Urn,!. now or hereafter\ ) ntlillllonamonies 1 ,
(100 per ) the contract ( ) 13, thence East 100 feet, thmiceMouth ford .' as l Part Iculuirly d4tHrrll l as follows:
'TirtJ TO APPEAR price. Clerk; of said Court 1-8 4t 1-30 and parallel with Slate Hnml County. 101'11. nt the officeof tt<*cenHiiry towards completion l'A ittluL No. 1-H. K. U Ni. .14 I"
OK FLORIDA to: Grace No bidder may withdraw his bid J. H. harrison Jacksonville, FlaAtty No. 13, one hundred feet thence Oily the of 11"'k of .., (Court In the ot. 1.1 work; and this Uoun'' That portion of Lot I it .

i -whose residence Is "UnL for a period of thirty (30) days for Plf. West 100 feet more or lens to a Flurld.i: on! /or eb.:: d the'1Zh" : duly determined that said! block I a..or,111 to Pint of Law '1

after the date set for the opening point 33 feet Mast of tl.a renter of January A. day petit Inn IH "1.ne by more thai tey 1'01.,1 public .. or,11
required to appear on thereof.All IN ("IR'I-IT COUIIT.' of State Road, No. 13, thence North what I. to show 21i per rent elec of County, Florida, -
T 2nd. In the above 0".1..011 rleht. Int.r..t or lien tore who are fr..hol.l.re lying within 100 feet of the
residing survey -
194. work be done In accordance along Ih. East side of Right ofWay you of
whereiniqopk4 .hal roilNTV, you have In end In t
curt caUBe. until Hpoi'lnl Tax School of State Road 121 Project ,
and contract nf State Road No. 13, to the to of JIMlrh'1 In. i
plans (101 Y any a daHcrlhed
Bradford ..1.1 b"v. pur- No. ::4. ami
divorce. duly !], salil line
documents relative thereto which Henry F. Plaintiff, vs point of and being InSection cif h.vlll h.1
b.llnnlnl. .ril show .
this n.18ey. .1.1 cause said
elegraph shalf publish may be examined at the office ol K. Defendant. Case 2(1(, Range 93Eimt why the .Ulnn the n.U.ra np- hl.nth'nl with the North -
Laura liaise Name
to.lh not bo
next four weekly I".ue.. the Board of Instruction of 1722. and unequarteracre for lines Ih"h I"I.n p..r..1. h.r.ln ami finding that ary NW4} of N.:'. of Section 3A. .
Ei hand and official J'ubl. No. contallina Ih. I."rll".. set forth it miffIclent arid In Township Range Si
my .
Florida this Do- Bradford ".. Florida ORDER OP P1Inl.IfATIONANt more le.l.Together In wihi l.tll.n. to-wlt: as right of nil rs'sin'u'tiu In comitliancn with Kust.1'AIICKL. I f..lh.
or at the office of Hanford W. wnv, ditches tul
Itark. nnd
with all ant law
AlPI singularthe anil
194. loin and Forrest M. Kelley Jr., NO'H'J : Laura for n section or portion of fhulnK that theUHHflsHed NO, 2-8. R IL'4N B3 r .
itnilappurtenances "I.
tenements, veIns uf ( hi" ; ,
3. ThomaS h.redltament. That
.) A. XI portion of NW N I K
sr. Hon 1'101'-
Architects No.
Gainesville. Florida K whose un. ( :
r"Kld.nc. (thereunto belongingor ert y of such I
Court lalNey. I 1-. of .,'
Clerk of .1.lrle BW 1-4 of ZG,
A" .aid ] a'r,1
and such plans and contract documenta In anywise appertaining} and | No. G5AI. n. Inciileri, surveyed I the Inxt 'and Township 6 2J
y Mntey.\ and forms for bidding may You are required to appear on will on th Rule Day In February, anil shown on unld map orplat Countv 1'1'8e.8"e""n.nt I. $$1,2iftno9! and lying within South IB feet Itungn of \. .
"I Pi. 1.2.4-1.2 be secured from either of said, oc- February 2, 1942. In the abtvenamed to.wit: February and A. 1H2! hrrelnabove referred to, or further( f..lnM that the esjsting brims described .ltl.

flces by depositing therewith the Court and cause, Bradford wherein h.tw.e. the legal hours I. sale, default may be entered against i lnit.l>teiln. .f unlit ii l.t riot In on the Went (' unt.y"o.: sum .

BltADFORD ..r of TWKNTY-K1VH DOLLARS thLlntrr seeks divorce. h.fore front floor fit'the Count you. a3.ono.Ol. ami that Ih. amount of N\V 1.f NIO 1-4 .f HW 1-4 uta
LIT COURT. (I2G.OO) In cash or money order Telegraph Mh.l publish ty Court House of llradford County WITNESS may hand as Clerk nt HO proponed bt hushed Is point 37.711 feet North nf the
'Y. FLORIDA, IN CI1AN- for each ..t. of which TWICNTY- Order In next Ismies.Wltneim In Klorian offer mild the Circuit Court In and for Ilrnd within tho limitations ;iroviieui., ly HW corner thereof, nml ru '

FIVE DOLLARS (I2B.OO will berefunded my hand and official ttarke.sale at public outcry, ford ('..nty. 1 H'lorliln, and the seal the rnnHtltiilliin and IIWI of "'Ifr- thence South 8U dogruns fil' Hut?.. (, I -
Case No. J70fl upon return of said plans seal' at Starke. Florida, this .January and the saute tq the hiith- of stud (olrt. this the 33nl day nf IIL. ami thnt the I..""",. of b"oll 418.78 feet: thence North 64 degrees -

I It. Iiunkmyer, Plaintiff and contract documents In good 6th, 142.O..IC.AI. A. J Thomas est wil "el bidder or'bidder, for Uno.mh.r. A. I). 1941 1. at Htarke li prayed I In salt! p.ttol Is .a- 41)' East Z14.4 foet to thelIunt
condition within ( ) Itrndford Countv. 1" 511 rv.
ten (15) days af- tJAL llrl"l.
sash to satisfy said exocutlan.GIVKN NW 1.4
Dankmyer Defendant. tar the award of the contract there A. Court 1-9 4 1-30. Under my In the (OFFICIAL SEA!.) J. Thomas BIT IT TU> Or.Vr:1 by this The of NM boundary 1.4 of NW .Itlt at a point

OF PUBLICATION AND for.Bidder's J. S. larrleon. Jack.onvile. FlaAtty. City of 8tarko. ( hlno County Clerk of Circuit "O.rt. In nnd for rionril of of Brad 110.1) feet North of the SH cor

)T1CB TO APPEAR qualifications must be PJ. Klurlda. this 31st day of Bradford County, Florida. ford County, Florliln, that It In expe n.r thereof. ,
K OF FLORIDA to: Mar- satisfactory to the Board of Public A. D. 1941. Dee.mber. T. Frank lon.lrum. dient and fur the bent Interest of IL.r. more or "conlallina 0.31

lankmyer, whose residence Instruction of Bradford County. IN CIRCUIT ('OI.RT. BRADFORD. A. O. Attorney Petitioner xald Spnrtal Tax School District PARCEL, NO. 8-S. R. I). NO.
own." Florida. (COUNTY FLOIIIUA. IN 'U"*- Sheriff ( Florida ANDNO.t19 .
of )
required to appear on The Board of Public Instructionof 1.2'4t'l-2J COUNTY OF BRADFORDT. that 31' Hoard rn'j f of salil i That portion of 1-4 nf NW
|r 2nd.? 1943' In the above Bradford County Florida. reserves Jntep"VA. Rarlne Plaintiff vs A. J. Thomas. Clerk of the do issue null bonds In 1-4 of SW 1-4 Section 2ft

(Court and cause. wberein the right to waive Margaret Aurello Racine, Defen Circuit Court of the Eighth JI lc- the amount of 136,00000 for the Township South, Range ai
eekl divorce. Bradford In any bid and to tormalte. any dant. Case No. 1728. 101'IC.1 OF APPLICATION FOIl Inl Circuit In and for BradfonCounty purpose its stated In said petition Kast, lying I within 15 feet
elegraph shall publish this all bids. reJ.ct ORDER OF PUBLICATION TAX DKKD Florida do hereby certify above referred In and. dltrh centerllne described as beginning -

ne.l four weekly Issues. BOARD OK PUBLIC INSTRUCTION ANI NOTICE APPJAR ("esiate IMII No. 1 ha my hand and official OP BRADFORD COUNTY FLORIDA STATE OF Margaret NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN I true and correct copy of the Notice that said bunds shall be In the denomination said NJ 1.. of NW 1-4 of SW
$ Florida this D.- Aurello Racine. 43 BloomlnKdale THAT T. W. Slaughter, holder of In Eminent Domain PrneeIingsissued of 1140000 and shall 1-4 point 27.79 feet Northof
[ Starke ,
1941.L. By W. E. MIDDLETON. Ave., Pawtucket, Rhode Island. Tax Certificates numbered respeo. on the 23rd day of December bear tlale of January 1st 1K43. the SM corner thereof, and run
1. A. J.' Thomas You are required to appear on lively Issued the 4th A. D 1941, In the raze of with Interest thereon payable annuallv thence North 89 degrees 81' West7S.H3 .
A. Clerk of said Court Office of Board of Public Secretary.Instruction -I, February 2, 1942. In the above of July.' o.a&dlli: has filed same Bradford rounty. a political sub at the rate of 3>Xi per centper feet; thence North 60 degrees -
Flo.. : named Court and cause wherein In my made appll* elvl"In. Atit. Florida annum with coupons evidenc 4f West 650.4 f.et to end "
Schevltx .ak.onvile. Bradford County Court plaintiff le.k. divorce. Bradford cation for tax deed to be Issued M. E Ch.lrman. and log annual Interest and such bonds of ditch; said drip of land containing .
or Plf. House. Starke, Florida T. C. Chantaln J. L. Wynn. M. O to become ani '
County Telegraph this thereon. due payable as fol 0.43 acre, mon or less; I
De- .
f tarke. Florida. tbjs 1.-3t.I-1' or Said Harr.1 and P. ) Reddish as mem- lows: ALSO; .,,1 ,

I rtJI.n.my hand and official certtcat.tolowln"r..pectv.ly prop.m.brace of. comprl"lnl "the" entire. of Boart Brad 11400.00 principal to That portion of NE 1-4 of NW ( ;;

BRADFORDY. seal at Starke. Florida this Jan ertles In of Bradford, Co.ntv say, one of the ndratnIca 1-4 of HW 1-4 of Section ID. ItiIITownship .
ford nolltlcnl subdivision( '
Sth., Co.nty. of the 1944 I 32 J ti
uary State of Florida years South
CHAN- 11.OFFICIAL of the of 18. Ilanl.
FLORIDA IN I COUNTY. FLORIDAI IN A. J ..ThomasAs to-wit pt.t. Florll. Petitioners
CIANIRY. ( ) Ntt of Lot 3 of Town of Emma et In.lu..v., on January each East lying within of
Battery ( Clerk of said Court l41 1-30 Lawtey W of Ity. Sec. 23 Twp. Common .Law Case 11. said years; both principal and ditch centerline, said ditch cen-
Plaintiff. Case No. ITOft \ O"'en"antl.
T. Frank Starke, Florida I annual Interest at Flor crime passing over and
H. R. 22 B
l.ndrum. embraced' under Car.tificate 1<91 the I"y.bl. acro.1
: as same
Wile Shelton Story, Plaintiff, Atty. for No. .109. ,.- In this office.WITNESS appears on fie ida Bank at ., Starks. KH of NW 1-4 of SW 1-4 and a
Battery, Defendant. vs.Llllle ,
Florida portion of NW 1-4 of NW 1.4 of
OF PUBLICATION AND Ma. Story. Defendant. Lot 4 of Blk 7, Town of Lawtey my hand" and official BK IT 8W I.. of said Section 3d as follows -
tOTICE TO APPEAROF ORDER OF PUBLICATION AND IN CIRCUIT COURT. PI'DFOO".OINT. W of Ry. Sec. 23 Twp. 6 8. It. 22 seal at Htarke. nrndford County that an FUnTIEJ RESOLVED : Begin on the South boundary -
to Zenol .. FLORIDA. H Is embraced under CertificateNo. Florida this 83rd day of December. the lam. I
FLORIDA : NOTICE TO APPEAl IH hereby called to be held at of said 10H of NWVi of SWH at f f..u,
whose residence is un- STATE OF FLORIDA to: Llllle 'lfY. vs 110. A. D. 1941. Kradford County Court House a point 11 feet West ot the 8Hcoiner \
H. Wells ,
Mae Story. Aubrey Hazel Marion Plaintff. The assessment of the said prop. (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J ThomasAs Hlurke, Florida, on the 37th day ol th.r.of. and run thence '
Lre required to appear on You are required to appear on No. 1724.OItIPR W.le. arty under Maid Certificates No 100 Clerk Circuit Court, Bradford January' A. D, 1141, to determine North 0 degrees 49' West IU.
Jy 2nd. 14. in the above February In Case OF PtTBLICATIONAN1 and 110 were In the name of F. K i County, Florida. 13-26-01-1-23 whether said bonds shall be Issued loot; thence North 60 degrees 17'
Court cause wherein named oulr"d.U cause.thhae' NOTICE TO APPEAR Carradlne.Unless us h.r.ln dee'rlb.o and that at West 675.27 : thence North

B seeks divorce I and no other plalnltf divorce oth.r STATE 0!.' FLORIDA to: Hazel said Certificates ehal be I IV CIUCI'IT COURT.' PRADFOHDCnfWTY. such: ; to be 20 degrees lr.t': &05 feet>
Bradford County Telegraph County Telegraphshall Marlon 89 Norwood Av.nue. redeemed according to the .I.O.UU., l\" CHAM. submitted I shall be 'For Bonds! and thence North 4f Went
libllsh this Order In next publish this Order In next !, Wel.. Island. properties described therein will ..:1 9'. "AvalnMt Jun'II." and S06 9 feet to .n (f ditch The.strip
Bekly Issues. four weekly Issues. You are required to appear on be sold to the highest bidder at Cine no. Hint Hid; IT lOt. RESOLVED of .n.1 herein described

Inn my hand and offca Witness my hand and official seal 2. 1942 In the above the Court House door on the first .ANE KITN1CI3 CARVER. Plaintiff. that there be and are hereby ap .containing 0.21 acre n.or.or less.
Starke Florida alt at Starke. Florida this January named Court and cause wherein Monday In the month of February vs.CHARLES. pointed and d..I.n.t.o 'the following PARCEL 4-S. R. U. NO 60
Anber 1941. 1st. 1943. Bradford which CAHVFR. Defendant election AND NO. 8G
plaintiff seeks divorce. 1942 Is the 2nd day of Feb. ,
SEAL) A. J. Thomas (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas County Telegraph shall publish this ruary A. D. lit42. ORDER CtV PnnLlfATION AND to-wil That portion of NW 1-4 of NW

AI As Clerk of said Court As Clerk of said Court Order In next four weekly Issues. Dated this 31st day of December NO''F TO APP1Al L. Hoover, 1. D. Green and -tWhlW: 1-4 South of Sill 2R.
Knight & Knight Starke, Witness my hand and official A. D : Charles J. I. Peek and Albert W. Ander- 13
tende.on. Attys. for Plf. Florida. seal at Starke, .Florida this January ( 194.OFFICIAL SEAL) Thomas ,.rv.r. whose residence Is un- son. Sr., Clerk of such election Must lying within 15 feet of
01 PI. 1-I-f.1-1 thick centerlIne said ditch
6th., 1942. Clerk Circuit A. Bradford all of h:: are hereby determined centerllne
You era required to to he qualified panning over and serousHV4
Appear on
A. J ther.foT.
(OFFICIAL 'HEAL) .Thoma. County tate of Florida. .
of NW 1-4 of SW 1-4 and
culT BRADFORD 2nd Nil
February In the above
1-9 4t 1-30
said Court
12U.123IN portion of NW 1-4 of NW 1.4 of
TY. FLORIDA. IN CHAN- Florida. named Court cause, wherein that th.
COUNTY, FLORIDA IN tHAN- T. Frank Landrum Starke lie HW 1-4 of said Section 86 follows -
for Plf. plaintiff seeks divorce, Bradford hereby directed to <-ause .
lit. Chevlowe. Plaintiff vs. Rose Krlder. Aty. TIlE CIRCUIT COURT OF TUB County Telegraph shall publish this the fwregolng resolutions and! the : Begin on the South boundary -
1! Chevlowe, Defen- Rrarle PJalntf. vs EIGhTh JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. Order In next four weekly' Insiies.Wltnexs Notice of Special Election hereinafter of said E3M of NW 1-4 of
eo'el Krlder IN cmrvrr COURT, BRADFORD IIRADPORD COUNTY, FLOIIIKA. my hand and official set out, to be I HW 1-4 at a point 15 feet West I
PUBLICATION Case 11.ORDER COUNTY FLORIDA. IN CIIAN.FIftY. BRAUKOItU O a seal nt Htarke. Florida this December the Bradford County : a of the HM corner thereof, and I .
NOTICE TO APPEAR PUBLICATION ( subdivision I of the T'a : : 24th. duly Qualified newsoaner 1. run thence North 0 degree 4ft'

FQ OF FLORIDA to B.rtbCheviowe AND NOTICE TO APPEAR Ernest Leclair, Plaintff. vs. Bunny ida, and W. "1. Edwards, tOIl ( 14.OFFICIAL T,) A. J. ThomasAs llshed at Itark. In llradford C West 111.III feet: thence North
[ 604 East 175th STATE 01 FLORIDA to: James Malcolm I.clalr. Case man T. C. Chustaln J. I* Clerk of said Court ty. that such publica SO degrees I?' Went 57ft 37 feetlthence : ,
.New York City New York. Alan whose residence Is No. 1725. M. 6. Harrell and P...D. Reddish D. Byron King Jacksonville. Fla., tion be for a period of four consecutive North 20 degrees OS' West 60S '

are required to appear on Mar.hal Btr.et. Wlmln.ton. ORDER OF PUBLICATIONANI as members the entire Attys. for Plf. weeks beginning nn the feet thence North 00 degrees 44'
|y 2, 1943. in the above ) NOTICE TO APPEAR Board of or: Ityl Commissioners 28th Court and cause, wherein You are required to appear on STATE: OF FLORIDA to: Bunny of Bradford apolitical Pith Notice of Election belngt strip of land herein described

seeks divorce. Bradford February 2nd., 142. In the aboveDam.d Malcolm Lclair. whose residenceIs subdivision: I .' ('I"IT; COURT. BRADFORDCOUNTY. Notice Is hereby given that a cont.lnlnl 0.17 acre, more or

Telegraph .hal publ.b this Court and cause, whereinplalnlf '! of Florida, Ct''n1at FLORIDA. I. CHAN.CKRY. II..lal Is hereby called 1- t
seeks divorce. Bradford
.j next Is.u... You are required to appear on wil be held at the Ilradrord
ton my hand and official Telegraph shall publIsh I February 2, 1942. In the above vs. Pettoner. Cane In. 1AMA (' House, Starke. Flor A strip of land 20 feet East

Starke. Florida this Jan- this Order In & four weekly named Court and cause wherein Emma Muehlenhard. Et Al. ALBERT W COOMIJH l'I.lntft. ida within ..10 Special Tax School and West by 345.8
.1.. 1942. Issues. plaintiff seeks divorce. Bradford Def.ndanl. va. District No. of Hradford County and South In the Southwest corner -
AL WKAL) A. 3 .Tbom. Witness my hand and official County Telegraph shall publish this NOTICE IN NORMA o' roOMBS Defendant. Florida on the 27th day of Janu of NW 1-4 of NW 1.. ofHW
Ik of said Court seal at Starke Florida. this .January Order In next four weekly Issues. PROCEEDINGS ORDER OF PUI4L.k7ATTON AND ary. A. !>., 1942 and during the 1.4 of Section Township
f 6th.. 1542.O2'FICIAL Witness my hand and official 1 IN THE NAME OK THE STATEOF NOTICE TO AI'I'EAl hours prescribed by law for hold-i S Huth. Range 32 East.
ICUIT 'COURT. ( SEAL) A. 3. Thomas sal at Starke. Florida this Jan FF.OIUDA STATE OF Norma Ing general .I.rtonl. at Whichsisttinfl each of you, ar. hereby
BRADFORD A. Clerk of said Court. 1.1 4t 1-30 uary 6th., 1942.! TO ALL WHOM IT MAY CON- n. Coombs, rare.William V. Grit- the 'laltl..1 .I..tor. who' commanded .be and appear In theCircuit
ry. FLORIDA. IN VIIAN- Charles R. Hess, .ack.onvile. Fla. (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J Thomas CERN 'fin RuG New Industrial Trust are r..hlnN said Court In and for Iradfor,1

Atty. for Plf. As Clerk of said Court 1.94 1-10 AND to Emma lue-"lenhard and Building.. Providence, Rhode Island. district shall by Ih"l. determine CnuntY. Ilorlda. at the
Hughes Plaintiff ".. Per- T. Frank andrum, ., husband John Muehlenlard.who.a You are reriilred| to appear on whether The of Publlo Court, In the
Hughes' Defendant. Case IV TUB CIRCUIT COURT OF TIIR Atty. for Plf. place of ,' January 23rd. 1942, In the above Instruction of Bradford County City nf ta te.1 Bradford County I

> EIGhTh JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF known but whose business addressIs named Court and cause, wherein Florida, on behalf of said Special i IIorl.on or before the Zilth day I
ER OF PUBLICATION THta OF FLORIDA IN CIRCUIT COURT BRADFORD care Ralph K I'ntts, 1702 2nd plaintiff ..ek. divorce. t.r,1 Tax School District No. : shall Issue A. D 1942 to show
NOTICE TO APPEAR AND 8'rA'rl COUNTYIN IN National Bank Building, Clncln. County Telegraph shall publish bonds In the sum of what right title Int.r..t or lien
i I I. IN CHANC. 11.00000
: -
(j' FLORIDA to BernIce CIIANCKHY COUNTY' FLORIDA nati. Ohio; B. E. Hall and Mary this order In next four weekly Issue In .aooorilance. with the t"r.oolnr you. or any of you. have and ..

|hes, whose residence la co IN RE: ukKTRUDE B. HANDELSMAN CER. Doe Hall his' wife whose plnca of *. resolutions and as .. any nf said above described parcela I
.. 2695
_Arms Annex Anartments.Road N. r.eldence Is Hampton Florida; Witness my hand and official' in.O. of land and .show c..e whY
Village! of b."lnnlnl NOTICK Alberta Mosley Baker Plaintiff.vs. Grace Kenney and John Doe Ken- seal I at Starke. Florida. this De.cemner ( Kelly moved the sdnptlon- ihe same should not I

of Westchester TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: I nay her husband, whose place of 29rd, 1941. of ""' resolution which wax seconded the uses and purposes set forth In I
rk. NOTICid IS Ilfc-UtJBY GIVEN that William A. Baker Defendant. residence Is B463 .Glddon trsel. (OFFICIAL) SEAL) A. J. ThomasAs by J. S. N.rman. and sail said f.tton. ... as right of I
[are required to appear on OlDER OP PUBLICATION ANDNOTICE !Chicago Illinois; Clerk of said Court resolution was put a vote and way, ditches and borrow
}v 2. 1043. I In the above Oertrue. B. landelamah. .. mar TO APPEAR And to all having or Ralph C. Rom..ly. Jacksonville, Fla. unanimously adopted with all mem pita for a or portion of '
Court and cause, wherein an STATE OF FLORIDA to: William Attys, for Plf. bars of said Board present and State Road No.111.; designated a*
order claiming right title interest
f seeks Bradford dealer by of haoe entitled residence unknown.You any U-U.4.1.1 voting .
"Aye" and
divorce. A. Baker estate mortgage or other lien to none .Nay. Project iSOf, as located surveyed. I',
{Telegraph .hal Ubl.h this Court a copy of 11. are required to appear on (Corporate R.al H K. and shown on said platherelnabeve
those certain of landIn I
or on parcels .
next Is as to-wit: above IV CIRCUIT
fi February 2nd. 1141. In the COURT BRADFORD Chairman Board of Publlo referred tn, r.oJ.f
Florida which
pus my hand and : 1 FINAL DECREE named Court and cause wherein Bradford County COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN CHAN Instruction of County mae entered .
? tie Included In that part of State Jradfor,1 a..lnN
Starke. this This cause on this I Bradford CKHY. Florida of
Florida comlnl e.J plaintiff seeks divorce. Ituad designated Pro WITNESS my clerk
No as )-
h. 1942. to be heard Report of Case Wo. 15145
> County Telegraph shall publish this W W. MIDDLWTON. the Circuit Court In and for Bradford
AL 8BAL) A. J Special Master E. K. Perryman Issues. ect No. 6551 as located, surveyedand COLLEEN FREEMAN PlaIntiff Superintendent nf Public Instruction Florida and the
.Thoma Order In next four weekly by the State Road Department Cnttnty. t
above platted .a
k of filed In the entitled .
said Cour 'al. Witness my hand and official of the of Florida va.HORACE of Bradford Count" Flor or said ro.rt. this the JIM
and the Court having examined Sta. FREEMAN1. Defendant. ida and
seal at Starke. Florida this December sx-offlclo of of December. A. D. 1141 at Stark.
same, together with the file In this 37th. 1941. an.J shown by way map OKDEK OF PUUMICATION AND said rioanl.RTATR 'In Mroilfnrd County Florida'OFFICIAL 1'-'-
thereof file In the office of the
"IJIT COURT. BRADFORD cause and the Court satisfied on NOTICE TO OF FI.f>niPA ARAL J. l'homaaClerk
b.lnl 3. Thomas ) A.
ITY FLORIDA. as to the capacity qualifications (OFFICIALASKALk Clerk of the Circuit Co.r In, and STATW OF Horace COUNTY .
I said. Court said 01 RHAIFORD nf ClrenithCnujrt. and for g
for Bradford County;
R. of Gertrude B. Handels Florlea. Freeman whose residence Is un T. W. Superintendent Bradford County, Florida. u
filed above <<
M.Whlehard PlaIntf. vs. man married woman to takecharge CI""AtS. "pPlf. Petition b.lnl tho known. or Instruction and Frank ffAndrum.Attorney .
D.fndant of and manage her own entitled on the 13rd day of You are required to appear on ."-(.fflelo> .P.bl" of The Board1 T. for Petitioners.CTATI" .
109. estate and property and to becomea December A. D. 1>41. by.Rraulford January 23rd 1U. In the above of Publlo Inxtructlnn of OF FLORIDA

PUBLICATION free dealer In every rtupecti IT NOTICE or IMPLICATION FOR County, a political subdivision of named Court cause, wherein ('""nly. Florida, HO ra"tnn COUNTY OF BRADFORD
NOTICE TO APPEAR THEREUPON TAX DEED the State of Florida, et ol., against I seeks divorce. BradfordCounty TIFY \
: IS plaintiff that the above and fnregoInsr I. A. J. Thnman. Clerk of the 4
01 FLORIDA to: Alvertle ADJUDGED AND you. and each of you seeklns; to Telegraph shall this Is
ORDERED (Create Bill We. 163) publish a true and correct copy and Circuit Court of the Eighth Judicial
General Delivery. that the report of the condemn for public road and highway Order In next four Issues.
DECREED NOTICE 13 HEREBY GINA said '. of weekly the arts r"an'"I.n.' and Circuit I* and for Bradford!
Virginia. the
special Master filed In this cause THAT F. M. Packham, purposes parcels Witness my hand official proceedings of scud r.l.tv. County, FlorIda, do hereby certify
are and In <
y 2.required to appear on be. and the same la hereby confirmed Tax Numbered respeo- Bradford land situate, lying Florid being and seal at Starke. Flo.lda. this December approving petition ... that the above and foregoing Is a
1343. I In the above In all respects of County, 23rd 1941.OFFICIAL amount and nf
Court 189. 194 and Fraction maturities bond's, true soul eorreet cope of the Notice*
and aau.e. wherein IT IS4 FURTHER ORrERED.ADJUDGED l"ely.. the 7th day of AugustA. mnra particularly described as follows ( SEAL) A. 3. Thnma cnlllng election and apnolntn. of'Iclals. i.e' Eminent Domain Proceedings

seeks Bradford AND DECRIED that D. 3939.. same In my : f As Clerk of and glvlno notc. .1.. Issited on the lirl dav of Deeemr. -
Telegraph shall publish this Gertrude B. mar office and ha tie applicationfor PA RCEt. NO. 1-1. R D. NO 1 Ralph C. nom.dy. .acklnnvll. PIta lion duly l"ont." by "- A. D 1141. In tl.e rase of

"U"next four weekly Issues. and she tax to be Issued thsre- 14 of NW AU,. for Plf. 1-2.4-1.1 Sftld The Hoard nf 'n.tr. ? my land and official ""edonnb.b. free .hrer d.e 1-4 of Section J4. Township 7 ton of Bradford County Florid' ,rtlwlKl' of the f"ate nt Florid.

1Ltark.' .this' .Jan. hereby on.Said certificates respectively embrace South, Range 2 East lyingwithin IN CIRCUIT COURT BRADFORD I n. regular m-tnl duly p4Iorned en.f T& M. Kifwards, Chairmen, T.r .
license In accordance wlh tie described properties KO tent ttm centerline and th. 2814 CHnntsln. J T.. Wynn. M O.Harrell .
AL SEAL) A. J the 'olowln. of Project 6S6I said centeMM COUNTY. FLORIDA| tItANCERY. day of December
k of .Tloma prayer In of Dradford.State 1941. as the ".me and P. D. Reddloh. as mem-
said Court t- IT 1& "FURTHKKORDERED: to-wlt being described as follows? Begin ."r""r. In the Minutes nf said, The l>e "* comprIsing the entire Board
D. Aorgan. Jacksonvill.. ADJUDGED AND DECREED that of Florida, : See. 11 on the North boundary of Betsy Olsen. Plalnttf. vs. Peter Oten. w nf Public Instruction of fronnfv Commissioners of Brad-
of SW 4
ty. Pi.LEMUEL Gertrude B. Handelafnan. a. married NH ofIW4!12 29 said NB 1-4 of NW 14 at a No 16911 Bradford ronnty. Florida, of Decemher r* e4 CVmnty. s. MIHeil nfcrtlvliilnnnt
I woman. Is hereby authorised to Twp. 7 S. B. K. contl.ln. point .329 feet West of the KB ORDER 0, PtrRLICATION AND tfi- HtKto ft Flnrlits Pe'lHnnem,

'1 take charge of and caatrol herestate. acres, mere o less ..mbraee corner thereof, thence Southwesterly NOTIF TO APPEAR IN WITNE WHRRFOie, t have vs. Charles Dlnklns. Kt Al. feanfs. -
to contract and be contracted under c.rtlrl"at. No. 18EU from taegent bearing RTATF 01 Ff.RIDAI to Peter hereunto set mY nani anti the Common TAW Cane Nn*
with to sue and be sued, of SWVi Sec. 17 Twp. 7 S Mouth 27 degrees t 5 minutes II Olsen. Brooklyn' ,.111! seel, of en Id The Pearl of 5415S: as 555 same appears on file

COLON and to bind herself In all respectsas R 22 E. conlalnlnl 40 acres, seconds West along the arc nf a New York. Puhl. J..tr..Uon nf RrsAnr4 In a.,. office.srITWF.M .
unmarried.IT less, .mbraoee und.r saidcertificate mrve to left having a ralu. of You are required to appear on r".At. FlrtrMa.' st Starke, ftrnd mv n sa4 arid ffflilalnt
fully a. If she "'I. OHDERED. Ni. 14" J 413 feet and total February 2nd., 14. In the above fnro County. Florida the 22nd day ..*t Starks. Bradford fowntr.
IS FURTHER of NEK 20 Twp. 7 8. angle of 20 degrees 0* minuteSthrough named Court wherein 141. FlEta
1 that .NFI O..ml.r. this **rd day of DecemT -
C %CAL ADJUDGED AND DECRIED published E. 40 acres more or less Is a central angle of 8degrees plaintiff seeks divorce. Bradford Official .. ) W. P"DDI.J.8up.r'nl.n Poe A > t 4t. .
ADKINS BLDO. a copy of th. consecutive weeks embraced under said fraction of 3* minutes 44 teconds a County Telegraph shall publish this <."t nf aO'PT'y4f.. SEAt) A. 3. Thnrna -
for Telegraph. certificate No. Itl. distance of 4323 feet to point of Order In next four weekly I..ue. lion Bradford County. Flor A. Otork Cfvnilt Court. Tfrndford* ,

.In aewspaper the Bradford eC general County circulation The as.e smeot or said property tangency; thence South It 5.4 .- Witness my band) and ida. and ex-offlclo S.or.t.0 County. Florida. 123ftll 4

ua 11!




I"\"}?;! U. S. O. Staffs Express Appreciation Four Brothers Join Navy in Philadelphia Various CommitteesOf City n Gets Price Subdivision Progress

4'' t For Civilian Cooperation During Past Year City CouncilIn On More PavingThe W. T. Clute was in Orlando

I order that the public might, Bradford Engineering CoM cently, conferring with
the that will make his New Year a
The staffs and directors American Fire Sc
know which councilman to see purchased a grading machine Casualty ,
three USO Clubs In Starke have the happier The USO one. staffs make the following concerning any given problem, I Maurice Edwards, member of the executives with reference <10
( Issued a statement thanking to how local the following list of committee firm I announced last week new CQ-acre subdivision
for "co suggestions on
people of the community the members is published: A charge of J2.50 an hour is
since our citizens can help promote 13 South of Starke.
operating BO splendidly Streets, Sidewalks and Buildings made for its use. The City Council Thlj .
work began here." program 1. Invite during soldiers the in new for year a home-: Charles A. Darby, ChairmanH. la considering securing the ser: poratlon has accepted the app

"It has been only through the cooked meal. Join the Hospitality A. Bishop vices of the local firm to pave tlon of its subsidiary corporiu
united efforts of numerous friends S. E. Sparks. certain, streets. The contract the AFACCO/ the FHA to
Committee. ]
that he have been able to nerve price for the paving of two blocks cess the subdivision. This
2. Invite soldiers to join you Finance and Taxation bOli,
', the soldiers of Camp Blandlng( in for the movies church, etc. H. A. Bishop, Chairman would be $1.685, Mr. Edwards be done within, the next 30 i
;, ways, the statement 60 days, Mr, Clute
ao many 3. Take soldiers for automobile One A. WigginsS. told the Council Tuesday night, annoit
continued. "There have been let- which would I be considerably Tuesday.
rides on holidays. Yt., M'a E. Sparks.
ters, cards and various expressions 4. Help provide transportationfor cheaper than that charged by the "When it goes through,"
of appreciation from the special occasions. List your J, Electric Light Waterworks and Marion Contracting Co., which stated, "it will be,the second
enlisted men and officers for the name so that staff members may: Fire Protection. recently paved six or eight blocks division in Starke to be pro i
work done in the community" during know who to call upon at such H. A. Bishop, Chairman here.The by FHA.;! both of which Were
the past year. times One A .Wiggins I two blocks) toeing considered compllshed by Mr. Clute. kI
"As the New Year opens with 0. Join the Refreshment Com: Charles A. Darby. are the block In front of the I:
Its challenge for greater service mlttee, which furnishes sandwiches A, sir + SanitationS. :City Hall (Thompson street from Boone In UniformDr.
to the men of our fighting forces; cookies, etc., on Sunday E. Sparks, Chairman Jefferson to Jackson), and Jackson
(,, we wish you much happiness and evenings and dance nights. Charles A Darby street from Thompson to Walnut B., H. Boone, director ,
ial satisfaction in our mutual efforts 6. If darn socks or sew Lieut. Commander n. E. Cnrlee .f Philadelphia's navy recruiting If the property-owners on the Bradford
you can H. A. Bishop. County HC ,
station. 1 Is) shown administering the oath to lour' Klrloa brothers when !
for them. on buttons be a volunteer in the they Joined the navy: at the same time. The brother (left to right) Rule, laws and Ordinances each side of the streets would Unit, Is. now an army officer!
} More help Needed Button Hole Club. If you,are not are Fred, Z5j Edward 23; Perry: 29; and James. 18. One A. Wiggins, Chairman pay a third and the City a third, the service of Uncle Sam
The USO staffs also Issued the free to give your time in the S. E. 'Sparks the cost would not be great on was ordered back In uniform, i
; following statement to the public: building for this service, perhapsyou H. A. Bishop. anyone, it was brought out. recently donned his brand n
"Citizens of this ,communitywho could take mending home. Small Farm Loans Men 20 To 44 Captain's outfit.

} are eager to do their bit for 7. Furnish flowers for the Now Available Must Register Soon Will Close AlleyAt School ,BoardThe "Since I came to Starke I IB
building. first time I have
God, Country and National Defense OUT ,
are offered opportunities in 8. Be a: hostess. There are Emergency crop and feed loans All men between the ages of the Instance of the Florida Board of Public Instructionat uniform in ten years," Dr B
i' various ways: Hundreds of towns many services to be rendered in for 1942 are now available to 20 and 44, who are not alreadyon Coca-Cola Co., J. H. Rlt h and S. its regular meeting Monday stated last week.
and cities all over these United I I this line, Just talking with the farmers In Bradford County, and I selective service rolls, must I R. Johns, Jr., each of whom own Jon. 5th. accepted the resignation Unless there is a change
States are adapting themselves to men is appreciated more than register on February 16, accord- of C. L. Milliard as an incoming between now and the time
the new situation at hand. Few, anything. Play games with them applications for these loans are ing to proclamation- this week .property on Road 48 at Temple trustee of the Lawtey school dis new Health Center on Chui

however, have the opportunity to -bridge, checkers, etc, Sell now being received! at the County by President ttoosevelt. Avenue, which taken together trict. O..J. Phillips, having received street is ready for occupancy

serve the soldiers directly as do stamps, assist l at dances, serve Agent's Office by O. J. Rountree Officials 'a Id't,,ft was expectedthis covers the entire block the City the highest number of Boone will be in charge ttm.fi

all of us right here in Starke and refreshments I field} supervisor, of the Emerg group''wwlfldj Include the following Council In session January 6th. votes for the place, was appointed he-*stated." "" "-
towns. We must 9. Furnish both old to take his place. BIM Bon
other nearby magazines,
class 1-A 'men, availablefor
ency Crop and Feed Loan Sectionof the route, the Board
voted to close the alley running
realize this privilege and make and current issues. immediate call to duty:. The Board received a resolution the bus-driver rsx
tho moat of It. All of us, no mat- For further information, get the Farm Credit Administration. north and south just bacx of Mr. from the trustees of special salary of
20-year-olds, 600,000 22-year: Norman from
; $33 to
ter how old or young, can do In touch with Miss\ Margaret olds (who have reached that age Johns' residence.T. tax school district No. 18 to the month. $35
some email thing that will mean Erskine, YMCA-USO Club, phone These loans will be made as in since the last registration), 300- Frank Landrum, city at- effect that, since a three mill tax
a great deal to some soldier! :>9, Starke. the past to farmers whose cash 000 36-to tnrnpv. wu fnntriirterl! to draw_ un levy is insufficient to overate the- TKAtV SCIIKDlfJE;
; 41-year-olds, 400,000. -n n I
requirements are relatively small Army expansion plans are mill the necessary resolutions.: Mr. Brooker Junior High School "that,
I Get More Miles over-Inflation to the following and who are unable to obtain tary secrets since the start of the Johns was present at the meeting, the Board of Public Instruction SouthboundLocal
pressures: 6.00x18: tires to 30 from other sources Including pro- war. However:; the last official While the Coca-Cola Co. had addressed of Bradford County be asked to II du'e, Starke 11:15: P it
From Your Tires pounds; 6:60x10: to 29 pounds and duction credit associations loansIn word was that,some 915,000 men a letter to city clerk, Carl assess a levy of six mills on the ". 8:21 A X
7.00x15: to 27 pounds." amounts sufficient to meet In the presently registered 21-35 Johns, regarding the matter. 1042 tax roll for the operation of Miami 10:43 P M.
It cents motorists real moneyto Driving at 'reasonable speeds their need*. group would be called before the all the schools" in the dlstiict. NorthboundLocal '

ftitiiI drive with under-Inflated tires, was also recommended by Dobbsto The loans will be made to meet Army dipped into the new reg-. 21 Years In NavyP. Action on the resolution was duo Starke 6:21 P M.
according to J. J, Dobbs, general conserve tires! "Fast driving the applicant's cash needs In pre- Istrants. held up until the attorney for the Jax & beyond due 6:21: P JH
I service manager with Oldumoblle. causes fast tire wear," he said. paring for and producing his With over 1,800,000 min already -.1 D. Reddish, County Commissioner Board could contact the State Petersburg, Va., &
"It l IR not only expensive," said Tireu give only half the mileageat crops; or in purchasing or producing in the Army, the new registration from Hellbronn Springs, Superintendent relative to the beyond due ____ 3:28 P SI L
Dobbs, "but It is likewise a wasteof 65 miles per hour that can be feed for his livestock. Mr l will place the Nation in had as his guest Thursday nightof resolution. Starke and Bell branch I 111
valuable rubber during the obtained at 40 miles per hour Rountree pointed out that eligible position to pUt over 4,000,000 men last week Levy Forsythe, who Likewise action wae withheld leaves 7 A. M.\. No. 101 arrl!
1 present crisis" Ten times more tire wear occurs farmers desiring to do BO might under arms' without calling any; has been In the U. S. Navy for on a recommendation from the 1:50: P. M dally except Sunill i !
"Proving ground tests prove at 50 miles per hour on a curve apply now for loans to take ,care classes under '1-A'and leaving out more?than 21 years. He la nowa ,present trustees of Hampton special -
; that tires inflated only two than at 60 miles per hour on a, of their production needs for the of account any'men under 20 who first-class tor pedo-man, Mr. tax school district No. 2 regarding RELIEF
pounds under the recommended straightaway" entire 1942 season Interest at may be accept d'as volunteers. Reddish said, stationed at the I a raise in the janitor's QUICK FROM]
pressure will wear as much as 15 Commenting on additional waysto the rate of four percent will be The new Selective Service Act present time at Norfolk Va. salary in order that the Incoming Symptoms Distress Arising fro!|
t per cent faster than tire properly reduce tire wear during the charged only during the periodthe provides for registration of all Mr. Forsythe brought 184 navy trustees might act on the STOMACH ULCERS!
Inflated," Dobbs stated. "Not only national emergency Dobbs said; borrower actually has the use citizens and most aliens aged 18 boys from Norfolk to Jacksonville matter.
'' do spft tires cause actual power "Rotate tires including the spare. of the funds. to 64, inclusive; although only where they will (lattend The Board unanimously agreedto DUE TO EXCESS ACID
ION but they cause cracked side- Balance the wheels and check Farmers who obtain loans for]I those aged 20 to 44, inclusive, are 'school at the Naval Air Base. He pay $1 on each senior high FrMBookTelhofHonMTreaumirtt II l|
walls, difficult steering and road front end alignment every 5,000 the production of cash crops are subject to combat duty. was in the Naval Reserve, and school diploma purchased this Must Help or It WIN Cost You NotBuSOvertwo
hazards." miles, Misalignment is one of the required to give as security a Mr. Roosevelt's proclamation has been called back Into active school year, with the pupils payIng I million bottles theta ILLAD
G: "Over-Inflation of tine is -a I chief causes of excessive tire first lien on the crops financed, made no mention of those out- service since America's entrance the remainder and selecting TREATMBNThave been Bold forrelldrtHvjnn
definite contribution to conserve wear. Striking the curb hard, 'or, In the case of loans for the side the 20-44 group. There were Into the War. He was born and them. The Board recommended pfconu DvMtoml of dlatre Ulcer**mrlolng due to from CttmA SIMM the nation's current rubber sup- running over chuck holes or large : purchase or production of feed unofficial reports, however, that reared in Bradford County, and that the diplomas be purchased Pew DI..I, Saar or Uptut I tts.u .
rt ply. While it may cause a slight obstructions are frequent causesof for livestock, a first lien on the two additional dates would be set was "closest neighbor" to Mr. from the local printing office, a___.. HwMtbam, ClMBlnwMM.tk,!
j\i reduction In riding comfort, the misalignment." livestock to be fed. -one' for registration of 18 and leddtoh. He has a brother In provided the price was in har- Ask due sog.e..A.N.Sold tot WIIUr1 Mteuo"on 1S wbtct dan'trM M|
;, savings effected more than offset I "Since rubber 'needs exercise 19-year-olds, and the other for the: U. S. Army, stationed at mony with that of others.. e Tploirn this tnstmra.....- ., ...
this loss. Cooperating' with the to keep it in good condition, the New ,AdditionTo the 45-64 group.In Spokane, Wash, Because of increased mileage KOCH DRUG STORE4APhm
''h, nation's rubber saving program, I pare tire should >e Included in the technical language of the
;. Oldsmobile today recommends I the rotating procedure." Jerry's Place proclamation, the February 16 I
"Motorists should cooperate in registration order applies to men
;every way possible to reduce tire Jerry Chrlatodoulou will soon born after February 17, 1897, ancon
L AUTO PARTS wear Automobile dealers, throughout have a large and attractive dining -,. or before December 31, 1921
i the nation, will room, at his
gladly check eating place on The existing machinery will be
1 USED TIRES, (WK II A V E front wheel alignment free of Call street, in addition to his used.
VOUK SIZE). GENERATORS charge on all cars brought to present counter. He has long Registration, between the hoursof
\ AUTO GLASS CASH FOR their service departments." held this In anticipation; but owIng 7 A. M. and 9 P. M. (local rnr
CARS AND TRUCKS IN ANY to the fact that CongressmanLex time), is to take place in ,the
I. CONDITION. T* rrllev* Green, to whom the building United States, Alaska, Hawaii
MS.. ,. of COLDS belongs; R. H. Mathe & Son, con- and Puerto Rico.
t Used Autos $25 up tractors, who do Lex's construc-
...e6b6atCo.foll tion work; and ''everybody else

RASKINSAUTO ... have been so busy lately, he la New Military Store / a ..r _
Drop* just now about to realize his Plans OpeningOn ia ,f? r
j I' 'PARTS dream.
North of Town on Road! IS January 2 T. sl't
i Try "RabMrTUm"WoB4rrful. The work on the 23x25 foot W. Clute, real
j LI.I....... room at the rear of his restaurant tor, consummated a deal wherebv
la about completed, and, Alvin Weinstein, of New York, a
i W. T. CLUTE-REALTOR barring unforseen and unexpected leased from Congressman Lex I
delays, be should be in it on or Green, the building now occupiedby
i F. II. A, LOANS before February 1, h e stated the Starke Dry Cleaners and

We want the listing on your property Wednesday. There will be sevenor Laundry. He leased it for a per-
: We have some wonderful eight tables, each seating four iod of five years at $150 per s kn-h
i'j properties for sale persons, he said. There are also month, with an 9 option of ,an-
I See us about your Real Estate Needs being added rest rooms for both other five yearsat the same

119 E. CALL STREET PHONE 66i ladles and gentlemen. The en- price.Mr. ..
trance will be where it now la, Weinstein Is associated s v EtQ
and a door will be made In the with his son-in-law, H. Carleton,
wall at the rear leading directly in the Columbia Military Supply, Q '" i,
Into the new dining room. store They will open another' ire
i Prompt Service military store In their t
Careful Drivers new buildIng "e7 s e aykt.a .
and Mr. Weinstein will manage
i Speaker At B. H. S.
It, while Mr. Carleton will

Starke Taxi For Aviation Week continue at the Columbia store.
ServiceLocally "We will handle a complete

Marking the local observationof line of military ,,supplies," Mr,
Cadet Aviation Week (January Carleton stated Tuesday "We also
Owned and Opeated 5-12)), James G. Cary, prominent Intend to Install an up-to-date

Jacksonville politician, last photograph gallery, and will be !.
Phone 150 week addressed students of B. able to do.any type of work de- 1, '
H. S. Aviation Week was proclaimed I sired." They expect to open the cr
Day Night by Governor Holland for new store Just as soon as the I k
the purpose of urging young FlorIdIans laundry has moved to its new
to give serious conaideratlon home which Congressman Green !
to flying careers as a means Is constructing for, it on Court fre
of wartime service and peacetime street, and minor alterations have
opportunity been made In the building.
AN D_ BONDS The young people were told
that they would be of little use Will Replace Bridges
to their country today, even If ,
I HAROLD C. WALL AGENCY placed in uniform their present Another tree In' Starke which
unpreparedness "Do your part by has seen better days, and is drop-
staying in school: accomplish ping its heavy limbs on all sides
every classroom assignment"* the of pedestrians as they walk Innocently -
Constant Service Over 50 Years speaker urged, "then four or five along the street Is about
rears from now you may be I to be removed-the Rev. A. E.
Please Phone ready to Join the aviation ca- Llghtfoot hopes! It, la in front of '
146 Starke dents." the Baptist parsonage on North The clean, delicious taste of
4 Walnut atrr.L
h month, plus cadets an allowance receive of$75 $1 a The Rev.:--Mr. 'iJghtfoot' ap- Coca-Cola fells you of its quality. j! / fIt
peared before
a day for subsistence during the City Council
.- raining, and after graduation last week in the hope that brings a happy after-sense
I' he of
heir pay as second lieutenant might get It moved. The mat-
HAVE YOUR air corps reserve, ranges from" ter was referred to Chas. A.
::1 SHOES MADE LIKE $20: $ to 9245 a month. Applica- Darby, chairman .of the, street Thirst asks nothingmore.
NEW ants must be between committee.And .
:j Shoe Repairing, Dyeing: and Shining 3t 20 and 26. must be single with ages by the way,,speaking of When you drink Coca-Cola
no dependents, and I the street committee, Mr. Darby
must have
4 Done At A Moderate Cost ;red it for two years of college, stated that there are many small right out of the bottle, you get re-

Ladles. Shoe :or its equivalent, as determined wooden bridges over ditches in
Work by examination. Stark that are wearing out freshment.
.1' A Specialty and the refreshment of !
Mr. Cary also City Council ,gave him the

..;' THE Under ELECTRIC SHOE SHOP tiI/I/! rtunltles that will stressed be offered the op-by out authority their as these bridges live th!!* reathing.!/ .

ACROSS FROM New PARK Management THEATRE vlation Commercial in the air post pilots war today period.are Darby them with promised usefulness concrete pipes.to replace Mr. You trust its quality

arnlng from $200 to to exercise eco .onUD
.month, he stated nomy and discretion in replacing THI cOC..COLA COMPANY IT


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r. On ::lite ;hn'linine; Side Now Must Even Be Jewelry Versatile t Y ,,l.ehwMtNt, 'Mptngh 1 :,,1.".. I l lfi5 ,

'r :
j r

That Old Black Lace Shawl Is Clips antI Collars Vary f,

Basic Dress. = Chi ,. f

SUCCESSFUL in This Season

I LFL4 PARENTHOOD rr .pimply Interchangeable working wonder accessories these days are li lial lie !
By CHERIE NICHOLAS jto make one costume play a many-: d !
\ purpose role. More and more, designers -
UtL and women who understandthe

art of good dressing are concentrating
on the idea of one good
IT ..... 'CA11IE1mCZ 'COlOW) lOW AUS : K*.
a baste dress or ensemble, plus a collection
'> Associate Editor. VoaraW I4u atIaeDISCIPLINING of related and detachable '
style! accents.

'UNRULY Consider the business girl's ward- I'
robe, ,for example. Her suit or I

dress of navy or black:'wool;: witha v ,..
Is consoling for parent of un- perfectly; natural mistakes that the supply of Interchangeable ;accessories l rlf '
toddlers to realize that most child makes because he has not I Il
be made to meet the
.L. healthy youngster .make yet learned a better way to do
cod deal of trouble for their things.In needs of office, shopping and after. :

ents at about this age and that checking up on your handling five social affairs. As an approachto I

v do change as they grow older of the child, be sure that your discipline this program of good dressing.,
fch of the resistance to parental Is consistent It is very pique collars and culTs .will look Just \
hority that children put up at hard for a toddler to know just d lti right Tailored leather jewelry In I
[ age is simply the result of5r what is expected of him when one C i eye a simple design gives color and
effort to prove that'they are parent is strict and the other leni variety. For shopping, a 'snap-on
ent. The best results
longer babies. always come
leopard collar and mutt will provide
ne of the things parents can do about when mother and father
o see that''the child has fewer agree on their way of handling the a stunning second ensemble. If you ,,
Inces to be'disobedient. By this' child and back each other up in have a "date" for luncheon or tea.

dean, let up on your discipline everything. One of the most ad. give/ your simple black dress a gala
j demands a bit. Concentratethe mired mothers of my acquaintancesays wok with a flock of enamel butterfly
things that are really im- : "Think twice before you say clips darting down Its bodice. It's
ant-vital to health and safetyd "No" to a child and then stick to of the latest to wear a collection of ,

leave the child as free as you your decision." I marvel at how ;' ; clips instead of a single unit.There' Serve One-Dish Meals as Smart Budget-Stretchers '
j to manage the les Important well she lives up to her own advice!
fcgs himself. If he wants to do abg and how Instinctively her children really no end to the transitions (See Recipes Below.) :,

his way instead of J yours, seem to know what will please her. that can take place with the ,.
ybe his way will do Just as well, You see she hasn't confused them 3 } basic black dress if you cultivatethe Appetite Appeal Plus ,,; i
he will be happier for any in- with wobbling standards of beha art of the right accessories at THIS WEEK'S MENU rn ;

ndence :you: can grant him andre vior. the right time., One suggestion Is Dents in the budget?? Appetites
willing to do a. you say oth- Another thing, in telling a child the big bow trim of black aatin. The foods Cream J
wilted after the rich as a result of Mushroom Soup
Mmet. For Instance,. encourager what Is right and what 1* wrong for Idea is to wear a huge bow of black '
child to be just as Ine{, pend- him to do we do not need to suspend of the double One DJah Meal '! \
and self-reliant a* be can in the rules of courtesy.: Especially satin as you would. a corsage. For holidays? Well, Green Bean Salad Bran Muffins M
with ,
acing eating, etc.:. even though do we need to watch our dressy occasions, wear your you can smooth Apple Betty with Foamy Sauce)
efforts to do voices. Many mothers who pride black dress a wee Jet calot cunningly out those dents 'f\
Jlng hit clumsy v_ __. w Milk Tea Coffee I
for himself doe take more themselves on'reasoning with their r veiled (very smart as a dinner and at the same I.,J ',
goer time than. doing the tasks children carry on what they consider -, Wq hat, clip to your bodice a Jet motif time perk up the RecipeGiven.. ..."
[him. At this age particularly:: a fair-minded discussions such a psychological moment to release worn as a jeweled spray and add laded appetite '
hd needs understanding guidance tense, do-or-die voice that the children this priceless heirloom from its long black gloves that are jet- '.
praise for small successes know they really aren't having lavender-scented wrapping., for beguiling embroidered.For by smart, simple. salmon and put in buttered casse ?
re i than he needs punishment for any say in the proceedings. And mantilla effects like that pictured a dash of color with the black ea.yto. manage One dish meals.Here's role. Top with crumbs and bake In I*
Bures. So many of the things children don't like being fooled any to the right in the illustration and hose 'in the a parade of paiate-thriliingrecipes moderate (350-degree) oven 20 min ..:
dress gloves
it seem wilfully naughty: are justIiIOME better than you and I do. charm and wear with which you can sprint utes.
are recapturing the romance :
new fuchsia shade, or gold. It take rightalong even with the slimmestof Beef Pie. V-
of yesterday and bringing
such accent to "turn
just one style I
w their allure to modern fashion. budgets. ,. (Serves II) ::1' ,; I
Zebra 5. l L the trick" that leads to smart
E Stripes To stretch that food dollar, you '
One sees these charming lace dress. pound ground beef |I. ; ,
gj! can ute leftover meats and :vegetables ,,,
I WHEN those cherished bids to fantasies everywhere in the current that are called for In these I 1 onion, choppedSalt 1

'"LfMe" y.ar'1L parties begin to arrive formal fashion picture, either worn casseroles Yes, and what1 .espe and 'pepper '"

when those coveted invitationsto over the head as here illustrated dally nice 'about them is that 2Hi cups green. beans, cooked lilts. ,,
smart afternoon affairs await acceptance or thrown artfully and casually over they're tops In vitamins and minerals or canned ; '
then it is that fancy turnsto the shoulders to serve graciously. because the're.fortlfted with 1 can tomato' Soup ,7 fi,'J\

visions of pretty clothes that will a light evening wrap. The black those perfect foods, milk and butter; large potatoes, cooked :',f ,
make you look your prettiestTo velvet gown so alluringly veiled In As you're pouring out the milk from H cup warmed milk 1 '.1

:Dap these ever-recurring "what-to- this lovely shadowy Chantllly lace the bottle, remember It's just brimming 1 beaten egg ?his:

wear" problems lace, always a scarf makes simplicity its theme. and bursting with health-giving Brown onlort In hot fat add meat r

t or a SUter Maiy'e Kitchen gallant flatterer, brings one of the Petite black lace edging finishes off tYPATRICIA qualities. and seasonings: Brown and add ', :
happiest solutions fashion has to of. the low decolletage, while wide Here's a mcal-ln-a-dlsh which has green beans and soup. Pour In :

By MARY E. DAGUE fer this winter. It is not only that bands of the velvet are brought up DOW a luscious!' butter and bread crumb greased casserole. Mash potatoes, .t '!, ,
aathor of Miter Mary Kltcnen. the charm of lace ever makes re- to each shoulder top where. they tie topping 4o recommend it: add egg. milk and seasonings. Scoop '-:;: .

you are planning to take ad- aistlesa appeal but this season the in Intriguing big bows. *OneDlshMeal.Serves over meat and bake in a moderate r :

tage of the "January White : use of lace takes on new emphasis. Youthful party dresses of filmy ( 8) oven. 't\ '
fes" it's a good Idea to do a bit I
ober thinking about things you Modern lace are so diversein Chantilly lace in lovely pastel 2 cups diced carrot ((6 medium Baked potatoes and salmon are a ; ,
Id know in order to be a wise type and in kind there's literally shades are given high fashion rat- carrots) favorite cold weather combination i1 '
ler. a lace for every mood and mode, Ing this season :\The bouffant dance 1V4 cups diced celery but have you ';

first of all consider your needs I whether informal or ever so formal. frock centered above in the group U 8 medium potatoes, pared and ever thought of ;' 1 1, t':'
dy muslin sheet for' growing I This adaptability of lace is a most of flesh toned Chantilly\ the mesh of er'i sliced blending the two. ; .t'j
ren fine percale sheets for convincing "reason why" it Is more which is as delicate and elusive asa 3 tablespoon> butter together as one CI .y J' ',

1st rooms; towels for kitchen and. widely a favorite among designersthan silken cobweb. The corselet 2 tablespoon flour dish% No? Then .t: I l ,

1 Broom; bedspread and pil1 ever. It can be made to fit waistline is banded in taffeta, which 2 milk you have a real a ,
cases will be offered to you at cups .
gain prices and with hints of modest budgets and simple occasions ago) defines the pleated shoulder ruffles 1 cup meat stock or 1 bouillon treat coming if you try: "I '

coming scarcity I I r-,1 successfully and glamorously.A and appears, as trimming, on ) cube In Salmon Bluffed Petatees. ': :;

any manufacturers of sheets la. I t; .ji 3 wise supplement to any: wardrobe the skirt 1 cup hot water (Serves 6) I, ,'' ,
them with the thread count. that must Include a "pretty- Scores of charming lace fantasiesare I teaspoon salt 6 potatoes, baked ,i

i enables and you to determine theirht i pretty" Informal frock that is not '' being shown for sophisticated 3 to 8 tablespoons grated onion Mi cup hot milk I:;j ''(,.
with the
oat accuracy.serviceability A sheet with lessa expensive Is the model shown to the moments at opera banquet and 1 cup peas (canned or fresh) 1 beaten egg ,.dl ; ,
left In the illustration.\ You can get ball. tiny black lace leftover meat Salt t,
count of 128 threads to the There are 2 cups diced and pepper".: :
are inch cannot be expected __ TIt this very wearable oak-leaf patterned calots with a metallic weave .:..t ( ; 4 cup sifted bread crumbs 1 tablespoon lemon juice I i a '

jive as much wear as one with lace in a long list of delec sequin-sown edge. You can buy gay j : 3 tablespoon melted butter 2 cups Caked salmon '

llgher count. A count of 72 by is considered the smart thing table colors, and, the dress will always gauntlet gloves made all of lace for Ve Cook carrots, celery and potatoes I V4 cup minced onion, sauteed ,

Is usually spoken of as a heavy this season to give chic accent to be ready for any occasion. the dashing and the debonair. .separately In boiling salted water 2 tablespoons butter i,
>lin sheet while the 84 by 64tit one's costume with accessories that The bodice Is horizontally tucked in Black lace mitts are shown that until tender. Melt butter, blend in Buttered crumbs .. :

'. constitutes a light muslin. are daring and unusual. Zebra a new treatment and Is made boast a double tier of lace reaching flour, add milk and meat stock. Split baked potatoes and scoop .
desirable that the number of .v
kads to the Inch be about thee I|I striped black and white velvet is smooth by a dainty slide fastener. to the elbows. The new lace evening r Cook over direct heat, stirring constantly out Mash the potatoes, add milk, ,". i
In both the warp and the fillI used for_ this striking turban and A taffeta bow give It a final fillip. handkerchiefs are luxuriously until sauce boils and thicken egg salt. Fold in salmon, lemon I&!)f

I This results in a well-balanced glove ensemble. It is an excellent Count it among your blessings if fragile with lace and chiffon. And *. Add salt Combine sauce with juice and onions. Refill shells and ;, {j ,

(ttructlon that .make for longer, duo to wear with a basic black dress you are so fortunate as to have for the romantic touch, see the new ;tay remaining ingredient, except sprinkle with buttered crumbs. Bake \\i,

r' for afternoon. This year majiy mil willed to you a handsome black lace lace muffs.Rsleesed crumbs and melted butter, and turn in a moderate oven 20 minutes. t f :

percale sheet"naturally bale liners are making companion bags shawl or shawl-scarf. Now is the ( by Western, Newspaper Union. into a buttered casserole or baking Whisk away your problems with \\r-n
thread the to the square Inch bee and gloves to match hats so keep dish. Combine crumbs and melted leftover chicken or turkey by ..ervtag 1It.! '

[count threads i I. usually are spoken thinner.of Also as' I this in mind when buying new ac. iv: rmruiT, FLORIDA COURT. HIIADFOIIOCOUNTY IN HIANCKKV. -> butter, sprinkle over surface. Bake the meat creamed with vegetables JA; I\

are" which Indicates that the I cessories. .Or should you be of the I in a moderate (390 degrees) oven In the center of a rice ring, ,tll? ,

pbcr of thread are equal both self-reliant type and can "make C...,"" 1TO4 39 to 40 minutes. adding mushrooms sauteed, if desired. 1 \
f* of the material. :'your own,". you can find patternsfor Benjamin E. Gaunt. Plaintiff. Cabbage, one of winter's best Serve It also cut up In era't;:'. ,

course both muslin and per.sheet I gloves, hats and bags in most Hattie! IS.v..daunt; Defendant.. eIn vegetables is featured in, this casserole quettei1., in chicken tamale pie cur- f:: f' ,
Ithe i are made of cotton yarn stores where pattern service is UIIDBR OP PUBLICATION AND of tuna or salmon:
limmer.yarn used In percale sheets available. NOTICE TO APPEAR Scalloped Teas and Cabbage ItDei," in chop .ue,., or as a pie like ;. "
more highly twisted STATE OF FLORIDA tot Hattie I HEALTHABTIE .
|er Bbered and smoother Natly These offer styles to fit your purse K flaunt 8417 Cutkhert Ronrt K"w (Serves 8) this one here: I ..i:

]l these sheets are lighter in and your wardrobe (Harden, Lone Inland, New York. 2 cups boiling water Chicken Pie. v j},
You required to
are appear
teht. very smooth and soft to the February Ind, 1941. In the Above rVHOOVCBN 2 quarts chopped cabbage (Serves 6 to 8) J )
Inglatch hand. easier to handle in laun- CALL FOil mn named Court and cause, whoreln ,[ K 2 cups rich milk 3 cups diced cooked chicken t' ';. ,
RTTKV810V: : AND plaintiff seeka divorce. BradfordCounty / PI (
WATER WORK American cheeseS 1 diced, cooked carrots
_" V4 pound cup :
< 11> '-
the sheet sizes and be ITIOVM Telegraph hall publish thin iii H.-;::'; C;
that the TORN length Is at PE.AVT AII Ordxr In next four weekly InduesWltnesa ". & 4 cup flour II cooked, small white onions U l ,I''" t
It 108 Inches STtltKi, FI.OHin my hand and official 1 teaspoon salt 1 tablespoon chopped parsley ':. ;
Remember the When
Heal at Hfnrke, Florida, this December Proper Posture
H-1TS 0 t
hed sheet II., P. W. Docket, fco I Fla. e salmon flaked 1 milk if : ;
won't be that long 30th, 1941. > cjR 1 can tuna or cup t r
huse both the hems are turnedr Sealed bids for furnlchlnsr and I (OFFICIAL, Clerk A. J. Thomas Sitting 2 cups buttered bread crumbs. 1 cup chicken stock 'o' S
| the fabric I la torn. inntalllnfT water work eaten.lone of A. of said Courtl24tl23 If every living room in the country Pour boiling water over cabbage 2 tablespoons flour ; J

Tpu Ks can and a few brands of i and tarke plant, Florida addition will In be received. ?' by I were equipped with a full-length X."N heat to boiling, add 1 cup milk and Salt and pepper \*P : I
as long would help to 8073 *
as 113 inches torn Offices mirror I am sure it
Council at the City chicken and i !
th the City cheese, cut in pieces. Cook over Arrange vegetables I, !
| which Is worth remembering until one (1:00 of the bad habits often
In Btark. Florida. iv riRrriT COI'RT. nn.Ar>FonrCOt'lVTY cure some {
fou have extra long beds fora P M> E. S. 'T, on Friday, the FLOKIIItl IV CI1AV-; assumed in the simple act of sitting Accessory Set hot water until cheeee Is melted. In layers In casserole. Combine milk ,i.f" I '
big men. 18th day of January 194, at which ('FRY. down. One glimpse: of that Pattern No. 8073-Hall the bon Blend flour, salt and remaining milk and chicken stock, add flour, blend'i. \4''.
7>e width of the> sheets Is of will publicly all opened bid.and received read William F.Case Cox.No.Plaintiff 1703: awkward figure with slumped shoulders net hall the waistcoat, hall th and add to cabbage. Add tuna or i ing In slowly Cook until thick, stirring n\\: \ I
rse determined by the width of aloud be va.EII."eth legs sprawled apart or drapedover mittens! Here are three engaging constantly, then season. Pour .' ";I' ; .
>eds. Seventy-two inches is the Instructions II> Bidder Form of fox. Defendant the chair ,arms should be Individual accessories combined t> over chicken vegetables.' Cover I +:, ;
dard width for single beds 81 Proposal. Oeneral. Conditions. Detail ORDER OF PUBLICATION ,AND enough to bring spines erect, head make a set which will give you : with a sweet potato crust and bake IS ,
les for three-quarter and 90 Specifications Form of Con- NOTICE TO APPEAR and shoulders straight winter sports outfit the lift of It LYNN SAYS!
moderate 40 minutes. '
FLORIDA to- Ellisteeth in oven
es for double beds. Obviously tract and Bond and Drawings may Cox. whose. residence !I. The ugliness of such contortion life. As you can see the meres ) ;
p size of the sheet will Influence h. examined at the office of, and theCity known. un- Is bad enough but tha damage that amateur can make these pieces- Sweet Potato Croat. I ;
price 10 buy sheet to fit your Clerk offices 1 of Starke of Florida. You are required to appear on i I. being done to the Internal organ It Is easy to finish them too wit) Can you name the one food This crust is the distinctive partof J 'r
"> and then plainly mark the, at helmer of the Firm 1>f sReynolds, February 2nd. 1 43. In the above is far worse. When we Insist upon this decorative stitching which wll that does most for your body's the chicken pie and a wonderful
so that you can easily and Rrewton Smith and Hills I tn named Court and cause. wherein slouching Instead of sitting upright make them look a* though the] health most cheaply: ? Milk of t I... "<
fitly !and the right sheet for a Floor: Florida National. Bank Buildin and- County plaintiff Telegraph seeks divorce.shall publish Bradford this the lungs: stomach and intestine came right out of the world's choir course! Why? Because milk does ,,, way to use up. : "
Florida those few l'
lain bed. I Jacksonville. circulation est accessory shop What materials potatoes
Order In next four weekly issues.Wltnees are put under pressure all of the following:
ch bed should be furnished copies thereof obtained each set which pay- mjr hand and officialteal Is impaired and muscles are ? Felt, flannel, suede, velveteen that are leftover { !l'
for and maintain
of 12009 1. Promotes growth -
at merit at Starke. Florida, this December to corduroy or wool tweeds are al
least three pair of sheets will be refunded cramped. No wonder legs: "go from the ,
twice as many pillow cases turn of such .et In good condition SOth. 1941. deep" or back and neck become Ideal. the body's resistance to Infection !Holiday dinner "
bids have (OFFICIAL, SEAL) A./. Thomas, Pattern No 8073 Is (in sizes 11 t through vitamin A. "
blankets and other bedding to within ten day after stiff and lame. You can be Just a* < r along with the f
been opened and read I As Clerk. of said Court 19 Size 13 set requires % yard or 'i"
individual and
needs.COmT.. fl. Cowlen.Atty. comfortable In a correct sitting pos 2. Stimulates appetites
John chicken.
Ir.RfTIT said City Council reserveathe 54-Inch material 1% yards 39-Inch I It's a i : f
; The
for HI. l-l-4t-l-U I ture. keeps the nerves top-notch can.dltlon
t right to waive any InfornnalltieK all bids- I. The hip bones not the middle of To line waistcoat, 1 yard 35-lncl vitamin Bl crust de luxe, a 1 ." \
In or to reject any or material. through ; promotes crisp golden "11 :
; BRADFORDCHTV Each: bid muat be accompaniedby CIRCIIT COURT BRADFORDCOlVTY. the spine, were designed to supportthe growth, and keeps the skin
RY. > VLOIIIDAl IN CHAN-; a cashier's check or a certified FLORIDA I!* CHAheERY ; body weight while seated. See brown topping \ 1 J'

Case "Me.' 1_ check or bid brand In the amountof : .. to It that they doi Hold your head .........,.......,... healthy through vitamin B2C( well worthy: of 'a i ; :
five percent (5 per cent) of the ,Case No. ITOit the shoulders and back I bone Name.Addrei........... 3, Helps calcium and vitaminC (/ O' .
|a Nelson Bowen.) P>alnltff, h*... bid as a guarantee that thew1illewithin Alberta tn.lo.l Plaintiff up and necessary to develop teeth' and bon.aproperly -i ..chicken pie: 1

>ER T.v.Bowen Defendant awarded ten (I0)the consecutivecalendar contract i vs.Jerome B.. ingles Defendant. will naturally to assume follownot a stiff tense pose, ....'......".....,..,....,..... if fortified with vita- 1 1 cup teaspoon sifted baking flour powder :.1 '

OF PUBLICATION AND days after written notice ORDER OF PUBLICATION AND but the body must be kept in proper min D. j
lATE NOTICE TO APPEAR being given of such award, sneer; t NOTICE TO APPEAR alignment for health as well as ap ..,................................... V4 teaspoon salt }.
OF FLORIDA tot John .T. Into. a, written contract with the I STATE OF FLORIDA tot JeromeB 4. As an excellent source of 1 cup cold mashed sweet potato !!
lu n are residence requires'unknown to' appear on City of Stark, Florida accepted, In bid accordance andgivs I .You Ingles are' residence required. unknown.to appear on pearance. Name of paper...................... phosphorus, It also works to keep H cup fat, melted ::1'';
[uary 2nd, 142, In tb. above with performance the b February 2nd. 1941. In the above the teeth and bone In class A. 1 beaten egg I i-"
fa Court and cause, wherein'' a n.duL! eouai Court and cause, wherein .......... 5. Milk's proteins come to the
Miff seeks divorce Bradford tory to the City of named Lawtey Methodist Pattern .,............ .1. Sift dry ingredients. Work In I\j'
>tjr Telegraph shall publish this to one hundred percent (100. percent I plaintiff seeks divorce.shall pubU.h Bradford fore In repairing worn-down tissues mashed potato, milk and egg Roll ;
f Rltnvss In nest four weekly '.."ue". ) of the contract withdraw price.No hla bid County Or-1-r In Telegraph next four weekly I"this! Rev. Herbert Hazzard. paator. each Send IS p.tt cents.rtv deslredi m coin, to for- and muscles and boosting Vi inch thick, cover pie and flute f'bi
my hand official Bidder may
handand M. Morning
I Witnessmy Bible School 10 A. growth
1 at the
Starke. Florida this le-i days after Pattern
(40) Dow
1941. Patricia
within sixty SOth.
k"r 27th, 1.41. f 'openlnathereof.. OFFICIAL, SEA(.) A. J. Thorn.. worship 11 A. ,M.. subject: (Released. by Weslera Newspaper, Cnloa)
( N. IT.
VICIAU SEAL) A. J. ThomasAs date set for M. 206 W. 17lh St., New York.
A. Clerk of .aid Courts "Hope" Evening worship 7 P. t rli
Clerk of said Court CITY JohnsaC Clerk.. R. HUO, I '
RAy. I Cba.
: ''
Knowles. Jacksonville. Fla" carl y Atty. for PIf. 1-!.4t.1-!2 Sermon subject t
tty. r->r PIf. l-2-4t-l-21 1-2-41-1-2J J '

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kindness of dear ones and REPORT tot '
my CO'llbl11
DecidesTo and other emergency organization New Tailor Shop Letter BoxA many frlenda I do wish I could! .f FLORIDA Mtarke I.: HANK the slateR' 1

:* all seeking Headquarters. It n which in some way show my: gratitudeand a. te.0 aloes .f ...1..... 8
Take Hut Back seemed wise to ask for its home Belt's Ice Cream store months appreciation to each one, butI her .1. 14I. k
opened only three or four A8MKTT' .
back. in the Rabeck building on Letter of Appreciation) and can only say with the moet sin Loans and discounts {ta
: At the regular meeting Tuesday The 'WPA' recreation, project South Walnut street closed last Gratitude cere desire of my heart may our drarta'eluding fili7 y r'

night American Legion members was opened in the Legion Hall week. The proprietor moved his Starke Florida wise Heavenly Father bless you United Statei "o'ivi.ri:II
t r, voted to take over their "hut"on when under equipment out 'Thursday and left January 15 1942I everyone according to His Holy ment obligation", d ,
Monday rest and
West Call rtrcet "Just as soon Will.! guaranteed
aa the new USO building Is oc- the leadership of Jack. Nutall 11111111' In Friday where for his he will home re-enter In Kentucky the- had hoped to get 'strong Gratefully. I Obligations.subdivision of Staten

cupied," ao that the soldiers who supervisor, nix or eight young same ,business. enough to write each one personally Mrs. F. A. Scott. I Cash balances with oth";'

are now being served there by men and women put on a real WASHINGTONWashington Mr. Belt\, 1st. the second man but as I seem to gain now I I serve banks balances Including ,?*.:

the WPA recreation project may for months the ice I am taking this STENOGRAPHERS N O T E cash Items in proce"..
taken care of with- live and 'intere tlnr program within six to try I rather slowly collection _?.;. of
be adequately
the' Khaki-clad boys .It. was the cream and :malted milk' businessat means or'method of trying to express PADS- 15o each-BRADFORD' Bank .remise. ow n '
f out It.At D. C. tNWTIS)-Money -' the "tauriel I stand. The long thankfulness and lastinggraU'tud COUNTY TEXKOKATH.CLASSIFIED". $fixture 8.U .87. $furniture I7.6..7 and
turned over flrstilUeh'p1licetolbA' ; ostabllrbedin my:
the time they t -collecting It, appropriating it summer maneuver u>& the Camp Other a.eeta0: ? __. '"":: .
their home to the WPA recrea-, Stake.., ,Lteroa, the .Woman's and eontreUing it under our wartime Standing beys got the first; the I ,'flnt and'IDOIIt of all to

lion project the Legionnaire Club turned over .It* building to ..t-up-Is the major Job faced entrance. of the: United States In- my Heavenly Father for Hi TOTAL ASSETS ...-,J ,:'

staled, there was a real need for the Y. .in.: C. A., the' new N. C. C. by the II<'session of the Seventy- to the war. with' the attending guidance and blaming, and then Demand deposits aMAaiLrriK. of :
It. and they wanted to do their 8. .wa. built, andthoO...W.i'Bl also seT ntb Coagress. Indication, by fact that the boy are kept more to each of my loved ones and FOR' SALE-used Wellington vldualm part nertlli ndl.W
bit But since that time .the >$!'' tIJ*,.now from all present and far old and and corporation. _.
Christian' cta. peaiiWQrk| <> T.A! t tMoct.sttmraer the. congress will have closely around. the Camp, forced friends 'near piano in good condition. Cheap Time deposits. of Indi:
Young Men's the Legion: ,feels that its work appropriated of Mr. Belt to Je ve. new. who have ao faithfully and for cash.. Mrs, P. M. Bare IduajB.. part ner.hin.*
tlon. the National Catholic COm'munlty along that particular .'line, baa 80.000,000,000 additional dollars for A new tailor shop operated by loyally etood by me .especially foot Starke.. 1-18 4t and corporation. of '_I'.jDepodlt
Service and. the Jewish been accomplished, and want to war equipment. posted an additional Edward Prince of the 192nd. F. during the last seven years whenI political* subdivision State an

Welfare Board-all three branches render service-along'; another, line. 1LO.OOO.OOO.OOQ tax, bill, concluded A.. 43rd Dlvtoipn. will open there have been in hospitals seriously FOR RENT-Three small bungalows Other deposits (certified, p,

of the United Service Organization : :Mire<< Nelle Jewel Howze, dis same plan for forced investment and about January 22, according to ,Ill four times. Returned home 2 miles eaat'of Starke on etc.and) _off___leers'_______check_ ,
enacUd.legislaUon.to -
in the government
'" ,:r -have been established InStarkejprpvldlnic trict' director' of:the community of wage put, ceilings on Mr. Rabeck. Mr. Prince is now December llth from the last most old .Green Cove Springs ,road. TOTAL DEPOSITS ilT"Other

, '!_.; \ adequate enter- service division of.
tainment and recreation' facilities MTtM Eunice: Wamajey? district: The) senate is rushing debate of Camp, and has an established could possibly have better relatives Fla. TOTAL LIABILITIES (no T
for the Camp Standing boy whem supervisor of recreation both 'of price control'legislation, sincethe trade. He has rented the space and truer friends 'than Iha.veand Including subordinated

1 .i Y they are In town. Jacksonville appeared before the public months house it for at $75 per month and will docuptom I haven't words ade- FOR RENT-Double room In new low obligations. shown__ b',..

{ t Not only that they said but Legion Tuesday night to see what many the ha passed tailoring for both soldier quate to express my-''gratitude; '. ,,home. Inquire* James Lewis at CAPITAL--------A .( 1.1

r there are several hundred Legionnaires could be done to cooperate more a price control measure and the has and civilians, and will also block I appreciation and thankfulness to : 320 North Church 'street.'orBradford Ciihal J ,_.._._.: __. .OIj_ "
senate banking committee .rpluK _..__._.J .
J1t now stationed a t Camp fully with the Legion In carryingout warned that price Increases, which hats. He has been at Camp each and every one of them. Especially I County Telegraph. :Undivided profits .:

Handing who would like a club their wishes so that work might have been controlled already Blandlng ever.since ita opening do I- thank moat sin FOR RENT-Good roomyfarm

) S or some' place where they could might: go on. Mas Howze outlined have cost the public over $2,000.- and will now move his tailoringand cerely Rev. G. C. Powell and Mr. house: Apply- L.- A. Wynn TOTAL COUNTS CAPITAL_._______ AC_ _
aro and feel at homo and wel something of the work done by 000.000. hat-blocking business to Edmund Stlvernall of Starke whoso Lake. ltp TOTAL L I A B IIITIES"
t come. The local Legionnaires r the WFA. and several of the The price control measure passed blood for Hampton AND CAPITAL AC.
Starke. generously gave
by the house in the last session is COUNTS .._____ .
r than 60 strong satisfaction
themselves more expressed
,, legionnaires
wood. We
il by those who voted transfusions which helped me FOR SALE-Coal and +Thin bank's. capital
admitted even -
: would like to have their home at the great work accomplishedby for it, to be an Inadequate measure Killed In :Wreck quickly when I was so very weak.I handle Red Bar coal 21-2x6 of eom.nontock
: back, now that the soldiers are the recreational project In could with" total par value of
Ii for preventing inflation. The house wish you everyone In. lump. A. A. Annis' Material
11);):' being adequately provided 10 r. Starke.A passed the buck to the senate to Somewhere near Maxvllle about know what all this love and Yard. Phone 165. tf UIi.OOO.OOMEMOR"""

And now with the Red Cross, committee consisting of A. formulate legislation which would 7:30: Sunday night L. E. Town- kindness means to me every I Pledged assets (and ,1.

first aid station ambulance corps J. Thomas Mayor N.' D. Wainwright have sufficient teeth In it and the send was fatally. Injured In an cheery card dear letters" beauti- LOST STRAYED OR STOLEN- value curltles): loaned) (book

i IN CIRCUIT COI'RT PR"OFORD Jr., and 8. E.. Sparks, senate of enacting has accepted a satisfactory the responsibility meas- automobile wreck -when a pieceof ful flowers good wishes, kind Inquiries Llewelyn setter bitch black (b) Other assets. plvdnxl

\ rOt'NTY. Kt.OIIIU.il IM' CHAN waa /appointed to draw up ap- ure.. wood. stuck into his head. A the visits, and most of and white spotted. Family pet. other to secure liabilities deposits and

CKRV.Oeorii. .Martin Vois l Plaintiff vn. propriate resolutions regarding Probably the easiest Job. from soldier picked llm up and brought all the earnest prayers that were Reward; no questions asked. clouding notes and (bllU In.I

Kath.rlna Klvhhorn! Vole, Defen. the termination of the turn of the the viewpoint of most congressmen, him to the office of Dr. L .H. offered In my behalf and for my Vicinity Kingsley Beach. The rediscounted and M.curltles .
dant. CBK No. 11ft. building by the WPA to be for- la the palling of appropriation Jennings where he was treated welfare; every sympathetic and Stag. Bland Ing Highway Itp purchase sold agreement under r,.
p NOTICE TO APPEARS warded to Miss How_ and Miss measures even though the appro- and then carried in an helpful attention all the nurses .
OP FLORIDA to: Kath. Wamsley.It priation demands are equal to half ambulance to the Alachua County I PEANUT SEED-No., 1 runners. TOTAL ___.____.__,
and doctors. deeply
rlna Klchhorn Vols. .Number &1Ob.r. : was pointed out that It of the total income of aU the people, $1.75 bu.-C.. H. Driggera Secured and preferred
may per
Hauptatraw. (A. IL /: reetllockenhetm > I In. the United States. But congress Hospital Gainesville where he Dr. C.-C. Mendoza I am truly liabilities:
Uermany. Had en. Country ,vl be .several week before the actual realize* that the pubMo Is willing to died a short time later. and sincerely grateful :for under Co.. Lake Butler, Fla. 1-18 3t (a pletlt>>> 'Deposits.a... Ui secured br
oft occupation( the USO ball You are required to appear approve meager The Veteran Romantic Actor, of lag i
r March ind.. 1142 In the above (ngfon; Temple avenue, ''and consequently have,aiwar, tag on them. In some'way am
the accident occurred greatly.
named Court and fauna, wherein the taking over of the .There wilt b..aom..heatedde- available EDWIN SOUTHERS ("D e a n TOTAL _.__-______
pl..lntlff iieeka 4Ivo,..,.. Hradfnnlbunly near a bridge when the '41 Fordin. very much ,Improved' in. health of the spoken .drama)-:Studlo Subordinated.Abllaatfoiiira :
Telegraph Khali publish thlardr Legion; hut by the Legionnaires. bate oveethe passage of approprla.tiona'4blchare ( ) On data of
J4 which Townaend and. another but I feel very humble' Inspirit, : report the
,S <> In next four weekly Issuey r ::0lH/4;' r pOt tied,"up...with '' ,of Dramatic Art 'and. stage .. i required lecalrentrvj
Witness my hand and offk'.oj' 1N l bscmn oVll'8ltJel" the war ,program., A Joint commit. man were riding collided with a and unworthy of all these blessings craft. No "classes. Individual ;.. against. deposits of tilt

seal Mary at 14th Htarke.1941'. Florida, 'thin Jas-. ..'.", Iob-BRADFORD'COVTt11' tee r on reduction ,of non-essential truck driven by a negro. A pieceof our Heavenly Father,has ,be- lessons only Enroll any .time. b bank was-:.__.short l
< ) reported
(OFFICIAL HKAL) A J. Tluiraa federal expenditures ls.expected to wood either off the bridge or stowed upon me; all-uuis, love and Six,'lessons. $5.: No books or which: were" eligible u
An Clerk of said Court. 1-18 4t >-C TBLBORAPIL recommend cut -of over a billion the body of the truck. it was Studio brnal' res {"a ,amount,j
I dollars on expenditure not tied up thought stuck Into his head. De- plaYS' to buy. : over \0 '___ ___ _____.__...
withthe war peOlram.but it I* believed Masonic Hall Call St. Hours: 8 ''"Bewell .
WH.: _
I. Pn
unlikely ,that congress will Witt Jones prepared his body andit IX CIRCUIT'.,. COURT' BRADFORD .aj: hi. to :3 p. m. daily. Dramatic the above-named bank dot
{f:1: Will ffoUilloa 6a take very much interest In these was shipped to his home in ('.:R". recitals given for "clubs" .wear-, .that the above nut
oat Expensive ? proposed cuts ,which win Mem' Maryland for burial. Anthony E. Rudolph. Plaintiff v.. or 'any special function. Charges true reedy and represents that It the fully trw t.i
Eleanor Rudolph Defendant. Cane
Ii dwarfed in importance by the huge .
No. 1740. within reason.: tf the several matters berth,
appropriations> for war. Further* Basketball ORDER OF PUBLICATION: tanned and net forth, lothI
Can you afford a collision? Now is social TonightA knowledge and bolltl.
more, all government programs ANn NOTICE TO APPEAR FREE!: ,RENT-If: taken by. Jan. my
which may be attacked as STATE OF FLORIDA: Eleanor W. B. gar\
Mv.fJ the time to investigate good Auto- unnecessary. expense will be shownto double-header basketball Rudolph Brooklyn New York. 13th. 7-room house in Starke Correct-Attest:
t l have definite relation to,the game between the boys' and girls' You are required, to appear' on one block from Post-oftlce. In- W. P. SMITH

f mobile Insurance-before the accident civilian end a of the war program., basketball team of Starke and named February Court 18, and 1942, CHUBB In the wherein above come of bedroms steadily rented W. REUL RltOfl,

The problem of raising the mon Baldwin will be played in the plaintiff seeks divorce Bradford pays monthly house rent
ey to meet huge new appropriations Armory at '7(30 o'clock tonight County Telegraph shall publish thisOrder electric water and half of STATE OF FLORIDA
Agency next four weekly fesues.Witness COUNTY OF BHADf'URD.Sworn !
I in the face of our present gigantic (Friday). Admission Is 25c for my hand and official laundry bill. Gentiles only. Suit- to and nuhnorlWl
i 119 East Call Street Starks Florida. national debt will be the big lesalon.headache aduts., Both B. H. S.' teams are seal at Htarko; Florida, this January able for married army officer or me this 12th day of Janur|
of congress during this 12th., 1942. and 11 hereby certify that I if
; Telephone 13 It la not expected that tax measures sporting new uniforms this sea (OFFICIAL SEAL,) A .J. Thomas business man. Investigate tnts. an flucr'or'director n( I H I
son. George Manassa will be the An Clerk of said Court 1-18 4t l-< Call at 221 North Walnut A, J, THOMAS. Clerk MJ
1t.pe.a.ntin.THETRAVtL. .... ...-.. will. be put through before Ralph C Remedy, Jacksonville, Court, County of Brads.
spring'or & when they referee.:'L r Florida.I Alt,v for PIf. Street. Starke. Itp of Florida.
are they Mill probably increata.lev-
1' v 4- I
I 1i lea on every American to>several
i times,what we will pay )in Incometax
rr 1 .1. Ar
next March.' "'

4 Ten billion is i the amount men-
tl I ul tioned most often as the goal of new FLYING'j
i11 > taxes.' 'The 'taxes passed in 1041 KEEP 'EM !
'Which tripled ,most individual Income -

.- : J.1I taxes, and. Increased costs on
I most of our purchases: was aimed :
vt.-ralsins a total of $3,600,000.000. 4

". I The that new amount.goal i ahnoat" three" ,tim a i I S OUR BATTLE CRY !

H.f t): ,, All.aorta of plans are bclng'aug'Aepted .
for collecting additional! biluon
\ -
\J .' ,'.. ,. from the people but at this ,, /
time the moat likely tax seem to p.

':, .....' I'. f;! ... be one .which would be deducted ....: '"
each week from all w.es, :In ad- t! .
fl' dition to taxes..It i* quite 'posaible e'
that another percentage of wages 1

I J, .. may be deducted as part of a forced ... ."' ." ) .
1 savings plan the money to be.put ;. j
in defense bond, ft voluntary purchase ..'''.'. ., ..... .
ol defense bond become .
Ja; 1.t'o'4 ', ;
\ i treat enough this may be unheceaaery '. 0' nl ... ., .c..i."n. .. A
!.( : ., but t. the ..
present purchase .. .
: .
,. ) -" ." rate. ia not aUtactory.. > ,.. .,. '. .. .. "(Slaeti... .(stir'." _??ef Yt .qIt.1! v. ...'Y"4>.-.
'I t.1'i. ,
i Commenting- this. Secretar7'otTreasury : ::.. 1".: V'' r.',,, .

'. ., ," / : .Morgenthau stressed the .x. r' :4 l."T14Ma, A';:..r .r: .,: <
." ..u h. ', Ira'' .., .... neceHyt eI ctgttlar investment in y. Jo.eratgr! /, ..rhlWt, ".i.it j .,, '
,' .I It.... ,,,.Ira. ,;' ) I I'I Ii defense bonds\ every pay day_,i am .!" @..J.I;: COCIt, '.'1: ..; .- .'

i =r, .1.l 4trltiuNp : ", ;".',1' j ,I. '. i fdea4 ,earDCV'- .aid' the aecreva7 \ ;;..-" .. ..Ii} .1 .". . \
.. ,. ''I ... ... >.!.'when t say that millions; more \ r.-,.1>: jsJ:' :".l'"t. ...._ '
.' ", "',... .mLM' take, part to,,these payroll aav .
,'r ''IL..It rt r I pings /auvdrmuat.inveat.hun-, ..,...gtAyM. brl'l ,
"' Ii"'." ..,... b.r I. ,I ." .! ...
.' I .dredaoFoyluoI/) dollars more U ',1' '.. ,.; I.' ,..' ":J ',. .
/1 ,'wgarbtl"4.;. ourjobOut: : | .'plans ,..... 'vga "'r:"rr' ; 1 .
'' '--I. ,at, be treasury.for. financing the .1t.' v i'4'.r.'I'. ? ,. ,
'. kn xyU : ,'.war are baled ob'a belief that;thevAjQQerlffan '.h. ,, e ,
: paypla; ''will want': : to as- .
II4Im... .
.war: of their own free will. ::)t. /

\1r:;Tha Weoaury's, ; goal" he added. -. i '
,"hl0 make every. pay' day;pond \

day.". He... aUI that every':wage ,- '
elillnef',1hould: put aside' a part of
e ..every pay check! ,for bonds and it (
..must b*. a. sizable.amount-not just
.' a rtoken contribution..;"* '. rica. or
'. }I'War is never;cheap.':aald Mr.. --4-8-, Ame ng
Morgenthau.. "but lot meremindyou ? over' of an a me giant 6ghand

1 all eiseHu/a; that it i* a million times: cheaper itedr the nanbirth chance Lowe 8oi6'g to s F'4r
e ,\to win than to lose. The cost Sdn win it
of our. war effort should frightenno SB d today wi a hakath eye ais+a help to pymy pie
one but our enemlea." ikq :* U. S,
While congress' chief legislative anti a single pouf PO fig kiting bade sort Oftcet.in the a rr

AMERICAN -/jM&ff/r Job during this ae..lon'.wIU be in 4. rd. ., of our luli-'pfoving the p ,,,,,,,., _'4' ,4uroge
:i. *; regard to money, the major inter our 5t"
'' eat of every; congressman will be in s co
', ni >> ? ., f our military, successes;<<; ; and the efficiency t
V ., ,"*. ',:: .1 n, IndU( < '! lit.. i|, ,'-. ? ** of our production. Some-of 'fr.
C the reports oo ? tet : i'tt RS
unnecessary delays l
All. plant Zile depends upon potash'bocau.sjtris ,ia production in 1"1., have stirred P
t tSimplified
"v i !
mm..at the neceMoty plant looda( ;;!lPrWlo 1914'acorcely' out all are.making art effort give .

V //:' any i"aah? waaproducexilaihui'r1-: : :: "**-" Oo ,ciitielam.ot our. 1941, Job second; Requirements-Mew Opportunities l a* bombardier' *, navigators and ,
''r Ptace to the.,problem of how ,we The Three Musketeer of the AJ
H peon auppUea, viers chi oU duv'inq tMIlcM&war.; tile pm.. ..ere going to perform,.a miracle of '. .,. '
Air.Corp..' Examination ,board
I. "
\ of,,1,0.; tcdh1lnere, ed, h lD'S3'to.'. ."'"T:'high, 'c S" .:, ..e7...{,,G" er 'Tell in 1Ka, Today we are swiftly building an Ameri- :il S nece *ary;*of course. Married men are been aejt up in.key citiea where YOO'

S :ton. .QD; gnattaiee, o"potaahi\aa..auy., price sops ,,. : : I CityAbout: -Le ks'IfY tan Ait' Force' that will have no'equal. .r now. eligible ,t'r, .takl!/'your mental'tuuf. ;physical <""

available.. Bora : jti'plane* or- in iThe U. S. '
in,that emng .Crt A-.ica utp 1tndu.trylhcs, b.en'ttweblied ilr th'aw.nlna'' ''' water subscriber or other I jArmy' aside'.thou ands'o( young melt S "LIFIIO; COUCATIONAL RIOUIIIIMINTS b r enlisted immediately '
.. brie** now *
I.; + much. 1 U9w!. tllpsai'01191'to;: : a.'point.1-whicK y'.,1 111'Stw"., ,' .iI t-wi :An.. .)Saikg;} 'w hA""II'ee; .l" a I to apply'each moruh'for. the world'* fin':. New:;' bnplified ''testa';:deteVmne! the aTrY tin1 'foi action-';;'Call *l l. ***'

:n.. water'jeak In the.water'.jnaljv.tortri I l I >ac awfotiofi tratrung as Aviation Cadet 8pplicant'4 abilityco' coplpfete titAvig.. feat om.Coday.1'TI:4..to

I supplies ol'I..thin'necesawry planftufood.jbi,4k. 17 ltgd.,'" rne' ltoxee'theee;eotc1"nittrttlrvgs,' 1 become,"c.bombardiers, navigators tlOd; adet course: : iliceessfally! Dipfo.. wOl-be given y' recruiting information.- on I
.States, its possessions. Canada.1'and Cwba.!Thus doae ,II., 1 Please call the' 'city' Water lf/6rk and -palou. .Commissions .a* Second mu'CI' crrdita. fgoip CdUCptionat.iRtfM:: you:can_ serve, and b"1
,v tbis relatively': ':new Jaduitry: tak.. a'faonJ-ba*.poatUioa .? I at lIuMb' rn at once-an J-.someone W Ljeutefunt* are'w itin... for'these men tudons. Ore .IIQI trellised for tgiaing:I .,t.a Flying_ Officer! your in the country Army Alt
In American defense, '* ,,, .It' .*.. -Jit.j.j ,,, ,? will /coma out and repair It, at the'fnd.of their seven-and-one-half. r 'e'' '' .
.., 'I JoeMartinez announced Wednesday '
r' '11' This does not Include inside monthj training period. U S ARMY 11l

one' I premises, he .said as that It TO 26 -.M.U.IID OR SINGLE I. RECROITINQ :SERVICE, '
nua: be taken care of by the

), 1___.' ,. subscriber. If and you are have not passed yet 27 your, you 18th are birthday eligible * * .*. -* * '*. .j

1 1" Suweo St.. N. W.. ....,.hi.-. C
1 RULED INDEX d.titUj Sx5: under the new regulation for Aviation POST OFFICE BUILDING

tl ire M-mtADFORU COUNTY Cadet training. Good physical condition .

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