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 23, 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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ds On School Men 20 To 45 One-Hour ParkingTo I January Birthday 30Merrymakers, Ball Red Cross '.


wer Extension To RegisterAt Be Enforced are looking all forward over the to country the- War Relief Fund ;> '

ed Down Armory SoonAccording annual President Birthday, which will Ball be for held the In I

4 City SaysAutomobile January the Armory SO, and here Nat Friday Sternberg night Exceeds Quota I !{

.he eight firms which presd to Mayor N. D. Wainwright HAre drivers resident chairman of the event con- *' '
| bids at the called meeting Jr.. secretary of the local and fidently expects one of the largest Bradford County's Red Crow I
Ihe Bradford County Board of Selective Service Board the registration vl.lting-have Just 24 "hoursto crowds on record. War Relief fund yesterday reachf.Ii
of all male start "believing: In sign ed the grand total of $1,283.25.t'
Ellc Instruction Tuesday morn- citizens between -
Up to now those "One HourParking" Ted Sherwood and his or- .. I\
the Wanted To Attend exceeding: the quota of $1.250-(
Ifor "alterations and additions/ ages of 20 and 45 will notices chestra, who will be favorably re- '
along Call St.
Ihe be held In Bradford according to an announcement by >
existing school building at County February membered from last ,
havm't year's ball
meant much, but
all 14. 15, and 16th follows The beginning : Judge E. K. Perryman, chairman '
fke, Florida, were reject- as Saturday morning January will furnish the music, and Mr. of !the Bradford
: County Chapter.
for the same reason thate \ 21, the one-hour regulation will Sternberg hints of several "surprlllE's" -
| of the six who presented Saturday and Sunday, Feb. 14 be strictly enforced, to that will pep things up Judge Perryman and Fred F
I for the water works last Frl- and 15, "all men who have attained DEFENSE during thn eventful evening Slump, treasurer of the chapter
an announcement
.. :yesterday by
i at the City Hall were re- their 20th birthday on or .. .4 Chan. A Darby chairman of the Ne! ; profits from, the ball go to doserve'much credit for their ,
d-"they were over the before December 31, 1941 and MASS MEETING clty'i street committee the national fund. used for fighting Whirlwind campaign' which remitted
fecy." have not attained their 45th birthday "We really mean business this infantile paralysis. In raising the Urge quotaIn
on February 16. 1942 lens than a week's time..
According to S. E. Sparks, time; Mr.
Darby Mated, "and '
rman of the Board, during who" have not heretofore rlgister- Friday Night January: 23 the one hour parking from 6 A. In addition to contributors) listed !

J months which have elapsede ed, may register at the Staike M. to 7:30: P. M. will be enforced Free Lung XraysNext In last week's paper the fol

figures were first obtained P.Armory M. between 7 A. M. and 9 Starke Courthouse 7:30: P. M. along! Call St. from, Cherry St. lowing were announced:

Ithe project, both labor and to Court St. (Hoover' Studio to The Military Inn $//10. Starke ,
jdlng materials have sky- Dr. W. E. Middleton County Guidon Grill)," The 15-mlnute WeekNext Olin Club $:SO. Edenfleld Jewelry

}eted, so that all contractors Superintendent of Public Instruction ,, parking limit around the post of- IZfl, W. L. Wall |25, Florida i
has '
figured on the Job were too proclaimed a school ,- fice will also be,,enforced, It was Power &: Light Co. 125. Para'I''I
holiday, Monday. Feb 16. for the Main J stated.In Tuesday and Wednesday mount Orlll |2O, Alexander's '115. }

lie Board passed resolutions to all purpose schools of having in the teachers In 'SpeakersExGovernor a recent one-day survey it Jan. ,27-28. the mobile X-ray unit H. C. Wall Agency 915. .

i effect that Architect Sanford help Bradford this County t was found that 49 cant remained which Dr. B. R. Boone, of the Contributors of $10 each were: '
I Coin, and Defense Public Therefore carry registration. ", parked throughout the entire day Bradford County Health Unit has Van H. Priest Co., K. O. ,Dun \
rks Engineer J. R. Brennan, the on Monday either at along the three busiest blocks of announced for Starke. will be In can, K. H. Smith. Harry Houston
at ;
jjy over the bids- and male Armory In or any schoolhouse FRED CONE Call St., Mr. Darby stated. the courthouse from 9 A. M. to Hart Furniture Co., Denmark
bmmendatlons to the Govern- this county those within '\ 4 P. M. Lung X-rays will be Furniture Co., Titus Olson. ,:
to future age .limit may register be- and taken free of charge In a countywide Tic Toe" Tap and the Gulf ,
| t agency as plans tween ,,the hour of 7 A. M. and OU
B. Jacobs Rites effort to find any cases oftuberculo..ls Corp. '
procedure. ,Mr. Gain unoUletan'tounced 9P.M. .;.. \
that that may need medi- I
his intentionto The
The principals of each school ChaplainB. .; cal following contributed $9 r.
;: care.
aak for more money, since in the each: H. S. Lawson Carl Bitch
county are requested toY
[ work could not adequately' come Into the local board office M. MONTGOMERYB. Held SundayBernard White people will be examined Lacy Conway, Roy Mathew. J.. '*
on Tuesday, while colored people
ded for on the original at the H. Bitch Carl Johns Slstrunk
Armory on Friday aft- will
,000 which was ,to be spent ernoon and be X-rayed on Wednesday, i Feed Seed Store, Barksdale's,
get registration cards (
Jacobs Boone
prominent Dr. stated. Those
the building Alone.without\ the A. O. Andreu, Wm. Clute Orie
and Instructions
Mayor Wainwright I ?
merchant, died a t his wanted for X-ray examina
diallings. 1. Wiggins. H. V. Knight Hal
stated. ,t home here Thursday night, Jan- lion are, ((1)) all food handlers; :ward.. W1r.. Hart. ,.'
Paul E. nknrtr. I*.
IB Miller Construc- Mayor Wainwright stressed! the H. S. Band.Muslc uary IS, after an Illness of several (2)) any nemon/i Bimyectpit of luau: --- -- -
Co., Lee bUr":; piWeented a fact that those below 20 and months. He trouble persona Flynn. E. W. Hayes, D. E. '
? was 09 year ; ((3)) any living In
bid of $139,495: ; the Galles- above 49 will be called upon to ,.'\'" of age. families where tuberculosis has Knight, Dr. W. B. Parks, DeWitt ,

| Construction Co., of Jack on- register at a later date, and are Born in lassl. Roumanla on I occurred. C. Jones. Earl Cook Joe Hoover 'J
i $146,556; J.. M. Raymond not to register these :Mrs. Eva Fernando, Mrs J. D. '
on dates April 21, 1882, Mr. Jacobs came This clinic la under the auspices Overstreet.
struction Co., Jack sonville, to America In 1901 looking for of the Bradford County Health ;
500; S. S. Jacobs Co., Jack- Stores Will Close From 7:30 To 8:30 P. M. opportunities which were limitedIn Unit and Tuberculosis Committee Other contributors were: Dorothy '

fps, $142,800; Eric Clauson, Scouts Take Over So That Everyone May Attend the "old country." He served and Ihe mobile unit was secured White H. L. Brownlee,. Mrs. .

Petersburg. $137,400; John three years in the Army and for the two days from the Division C. E. Hernwall, S. 1. Peek. Jr., 'J
Knope, $134,700; Paul Smith r later became a member of the of Tuberculosis. of the State C. E. Hernwall, J. A. May, Sam t

jlstructlon Co., $161.000; and Scrap New York City police force. Be- Board of Health. Gottlieb.] Evelyn Stump, 0 u y ,.
W. A. Hart Construction Co., Collecting Dyer Announces Bond Election fore opening hiM mercantile store Sale, L. E. Bobsui. H. A. Carl- I

Lauderdale, and the Trianon Peanut Seed Plan In Starke In 1929, he had previously ton, Mrs. Weathersbee Jesse :;:

frelopment .Corporation, Galnese L, .After conferring with Scout- been in bus'ness" in Jacksonville Clinic For Cripples Newsome, Mrs. J. H. Lord Day ,
made a Joint bid of $H9,- master C. H. Allen- E. L. Williams Final plans have been worked and New Smyrna. I Lecln. L. O. Powell, B. L. Wilson :I I

principal of B. H. S.. ,' suggested out with the State Government JNext Tuesday .. During the 12 years of,his residence iE-. A. Griffin. Barney Sluaon, T. ,
that'the local .pcouts here. "Jake"-a* he was Next McIntYre T. B. Harding W.
offices to let farmers have
"'special meeting: of the City handle the collection of scrap Iron peanut Come out to the Courthouse known to his many friend*-was FridayNext : A. Stem, O. C. R. Stageberg. I I''i
ell last Friday afternoon seed for planting this year at Kuter's Bakery: A. J. Wllkiiuon
at and paper in the nation-wide defense Tuesday January 27, sometime a popular figure in Starke'i business ,
ch Charles E. Richheimer, of movement. His statement a very reasonable price. The only between 7 o'clock A. M.and sun- life taking an active Interest Friday Jan. 30. perhaps 0 Marguerite. Deyorio, J. R. Kelly,
Jacksonville engineering firm follows: security necessary to get these down and vote for bonds-that Is, in civic affairs. He was never 50 crippled chUdren will gatherIn M. Cobbltt S. O. Weaver. Wm.

Reynolds, Brewton, Smith ands "Because of the fact that most seed will be that the price of If you are a. "freeholder" and too busy to stop for a friendly Starke from Bradford. Clay F Dodd.' Cone I. B. Cody Mrs. Lillian

as well aa representative of the boys assisting in the collection seed obtained must not exceed 80 live In Special Tax District Num- chat or to play a practical jokeon and Union counties for a crip- Leon, W. B. Brown Olen Wood

[ vx firms offering bids for of scrap iron and paper percent of the Soil Building allowance ber 3, and want to see .Bradford some unsuspecting friend. IIIH pled ,Children's clinic, which will Sponholtz Alvares, U L. Libby, Milo ?r
nlshlng and installing water are scouts, and due to the fact for the farm for 1942. High School grow until, it can familiar figure will be greatly be held In the Courthouse beginning J. S. Shuford T. L. i

ka extensions and plant' addl- that:; no organization U backing The cost of the seed will be deducted adequately take' care of all who missed along Call Street. at 9 o'clock A. M. Lunch Keen Itamlter. J. C. Smith, Carolyn f
d" in Starke, were present, them financially, we are turning from the 1942 paymentsto deHlre an education at her hands! Besides hilt widow Mrs. Sarah will be served free of charge to F, Klckllter, Lester Kite, I

Ited in failure. to award any over the collection of these ma- farmers for complying with The bonds are for $03,000 to Jacobs, he In survived by three those who attend It was an- Or.Dempsey Lemuel Sapp, Angelo's Cafe,
>tract. terials, to them. School will be daughters Mrs. Wm. Dobrow, nounced. Colnon. Carol White,
the Soil Conservation program, take care of a loan pf like N". J.
resolution was unanimously out in a short while, and there !L. T. Dyer countyegentsays.' amount, toward additions and Im- I Pahokee; Mm. Jack 'Williams, "All old case of the Florida M. Brownvteen.Ulrich J. H. Courtmanch.

pled to the effect that, since would be a cessation of the work, I Farmers wishing to obtain seed provements on B. H. S. of $119- ,' Gainesville; and Mrs. Clarence Crippled Children's Commissionare Charles Frances Peek
recommendations as to while the scouts can continue peanuts Mr. Dyer says, should 990. Surely It l III good bualneat NusMbaum, Jacksonville; a brother, requested to come !in for ex- Hardy, L. P. Barry.

iirds were made," after the their work right on file application with him as soon to spend $33.000 to get $84.000! i Zc'.ler Jacobs of New York anda amination and also any new Although the quota has been

Is were opened, read and, tablied "Mr. Sponholtx and any of the aa possible. These peanuts will If you think so, "Vote FOR sinter, Mrs. Etta Laurence of case which are In need of service rallied Judge Perryman urges all
school Manchester England., who desire to ,f<* M.. in w......f.1.......
by the boys will gladly help them It was announced. "
engineers, "that all be delivered about the first or bonds" next Tuesday January 27, -- -- -- --
the bids received be held forther while school is In operation" second week In February., The at the courthouse.- Funeral services were held Sunday This clinic is being sponsored to send In contributions as the

study, pending report and Mr. Williams coo tinned. He asks peanuts will be the small runner morning at 11 .o'clock in the by the Jone..LaDgfordWbIt.ePORt Red Cross can. make good use '

onuneadation from.. chas. E. all ,store-keepers to cooperate type usually called the North Production-Room' Jewish Temple on Laura StreetIn of the American Legion; of the money.'League ;LI,
hhelmer and for advice from with the scouts by saving all corrugated Carolina peanuts. They have Jacksonville, with Rabbi IsraelI nnd Dr. Paul *H. Martin orthopedic -

Federal Works. 'Agency, De- paper boxes, wrapping been recleaned and are in good In Leglon-'Home! .' Kaplan officiating. Interment surgeon, of Jacksonville, Of Stewards' ::1
e Public Works, regional of- paper and other materials, which condition. was In the Temple Cemetery will be- present 'assisted l by B. R.

In Atlanta, .a II' to further will bring in a good revenue. There Is a great demand for Mr*. C. A. Knight, production under the direction of DeWitt C. Boone, director. the Bradford Met Thursday :}
edure." "According to a paper Jobber in chairman for the Red Cross, has Jones., County+ Health Unit MlM Mar-
since there
y of Jacksonville," Mr. Williams said peanuts are many announced that the sewing room Active pall bearers were D. P. garet Hoxsey, public health nurse Thursday night a group of
way for
explanation of the uses the oil In the defense
to, "Starke should furnish two or will be located in the American Carpenter, F. F. Stump, K. O. and local,physicians. church workers from the near
pure hhelmer let the ,contract Mr. three carloads of paper per program says 'Mr Dyer, and the Legion Hall on West Call street. Duncan, Ben Maya, Aba Newmanand by towns' and villages had a ,religious }h
merely said: "T h e government is urging farmers to
Material has been ordered for T. F. Landrum.. social and recreational
Is were month, and the Scouts should receive First Aid Class I
over the Ad- grow peanuts for oil as
money. from f 12 to $U per ton for purposes making sweaters, muffs, sox and Honorary pall bearers were gathering at the local Methodist
ptments bids have to be made. Either this paper." well uj for hog feed There are all types of wearing apparel. A Judge A. Z. Adklna, D. A. Mon- For Men Under Way church. While the meeting, i

must be brought_ down or&uocauon no restrictions or allotments on notice will be put In the Telegraph telth. Dr. W. E. Middleton, W. which occurs every three month i
ot fUnd raised peanuts for oil purposes B. First-aid clans for I l till called a "league of stewards"
at'a when this material arrives, Mundy C. E. Johns, M. men was !
what New Bids Wanted
'." we are trying to do Mrs. Knight said. Brownateen, N. Sternberg. Adolph organized Wednesday night: in the meeting several other laymen and
Not only that, but due to On Sewer ProjectThe Alvarez Business "All ladles Interested in work- Gay, J. VV. Andrews, A. O. courthouse with 18 present This ministers attend who are not
scarcity of available steel, Andreu. J. M. Alvarez clam will meet In the County vtewardn. 'y
bid 48 Years Old Ing In the sewing room are invited Carl
Ie. and was received for a water' City of Starke la again to come to the Legion Hall Johns Smith Denmark and N. D. Commissioners' room In the courthouse There were representatives last 1

er this and one or two calling for "sealed bids for furnishing January 15 marked the 48th Monday, Tuesday or Wednesday Wainwright, Jr Wednewlays and Fridays night from the Lake Butler
things ,will nave to be re- and installing Mr. Jacobs from 7:30: to 9:30: P. M. under charge, which
extensions was member
vertised. sewer anniversary of the opening of J. between the hour. of 1 and 5 I P. a of Includes also ::1
It was! stated. and d II p o sal plant." M. Alvarez' store In Starke. lie M. to register for work." Mrs. the Elk's Lodge, the Masonic the direction of Prof. M. W Mor- Worthington Springs: and Ral- ')

The following firms bad repentatlvea -i which will be received by the opened the store in Its present I Knight stated. And she especially Lodge and was a Shriner row of Hampton.It ford; Lawtey; Waldo, which Includes 1

present with bida on City Council at the City Hall up location January 15, 1894. I invited the women from all was brought out that no one Campvllle and Hampton; :
project: J. B. McCrary, Inc., until 1 o'clock P. M. on Friday. parts of the county to come and Fire At Doublings could receive credit for the work :and the Hawthorne charge. W. ,
nta. Ga.; C. H. Cook Co., Jan. 30, at which time and placeall Mr. Alvarez was born near the get materials,, which they may who missed more than one class. P. Smith Is chairman of the i n II;
; Boyd Goforth, bid. received will be publicly : use at homo during their spare were group. ,t
larlotte, N, C.; Ivy Smith Co., opened and read aloud. 1866, and used to come to I limo.I In Jacksonville and nbodywan pre*trnt Wednesday night may not A miscellaneous program was i ,

sonvllle; Steve ns-Southern Fuller Information may be had ttarke: to do his shopping In an I "Anyone having I machines, at, home except the wives of several miss. any more and still, receive rendered which included an accord

Jacksonville: ; and Lang ton by reference to the legal adver- ox wagon when there were only I tables or comfortable furniture soldier who stay there, her credit.A Ian solo by Miss Jewel Powell -

ruction Co.. Orlando. tisement In this paper, and all two stores, neither of which is of any kind which they can loan room In the southeast corner of class for women Is held every daughter of the Rev. O. C- '
instructions may be obtained at here now He moved to Starke I will please bring them M> the the house caught fire about 11:30: Monday and Wednesday In the Powell: a reading by Miss Katherine I

tw Business For CityThe the City Hall or at the officesof when about 16 years of age., i Legion Hall." Mrs. Knight requested o'clock A. M. Thursday. The fire courtroom from 7:30 to 9:30: P. oilman, and songs sung by
Reynolds, Brewton Smith and Naturally, business has increased : department wall called out. but M. About 28 have enrolled In the audience! Refreshments were
| Sunshine Company, mAncturel'1l Hills 8th floor, Florida National tremedously. He began with tbe flame had been extinguished this clans It was announced.All served. '
ana distributor of Bank Building.. Jacksonville Fla. himself and a boy as the only District before It arrived on the scene._ teachers In B. H. S., who
fruit concentrates, 'to' be sold clerks, and now baa a sales forceof GovernorAt According to some of the roomers have not already had such a School Girls

the different army camps Ins Fllrs.'McCord'' Sells five and a porter, with additional Rotary : the fire caught from the course, are taking first-aid at the
area have obtained a fine clerks on Saturdays and I radio wire-seemingly a abort school Tuesday and Thursday afternoons Make CompressesMrs.

building for their local plant. I Mrs. L. U. Morgan purchased paydays, he stated Thursday. His The Starke Rotary Club was circuit. Being by the window, from 3 to :S P. M.
be building Is located at 222 last week the home of Mrs. T. business for'December more than honored Wednesday by a visit the curtains and shades burned, & A. Weldon who U a ,

pie Ave., and was obtained M. McCord. which Include 10 doubled December's business In from DistrictGovernor Fairfield setting fire 'to a mattress on a Farmer Olson registered nurse, it training
gh F.: C.: Holllngmwortn., real :acres of land just outside "the 1940, and on one day during December Hasklna,, who made what was described bed nearby While the women seventh and eighth grade girls !
Me operator. city limits, of Starke on the he sold more than he did by[.members as "one of saId they were greatly excited. Titus Olson recently purchasedfrom from the B. H. S. to make fold, '

tin addition to the plant, tbe Jacksonville highway. Mrs. Morgan In two months during 1939. the teat talks ever heard"" ,at. ,the tbyk.i>k4aie. heads sufficientlyto Frank Johnson the old Dan ed compresses to be used in home
pany will install an up-to-date Is building (In the poperty a club. gel\ water' anrextlngtilsh' Moore 40-acne farm elgbl,nilles defense In Bradford County, in ;

It Juice bar for, retail purposes beautiful home for her daughter, Leases Kahr Station In private life a Bearing attorney blaze and' remove bed clothing from Starke near Keystone COM of,8JaJr', raid. After the I

Id dispensing pure fruit Juices. Shirley, who recently became the District ,Governor lias- and' other inflammable material Heights. The purchase includes compresses are finished they are :

(;According to Cb_. Nolan of bride of -.). B. Pollet.. Jr., Mrs. D. O. Kelly leased Monday kins' hobby is the study of philosophy from the room. a plx-room house! still unfinished, thoroughly sterilized and placed i
B Company, the plant will be McCord stated Wednesday.Mrs. through W T. Clute, the old and various religions. a tenant house, electric lights, etc. In double sterilized bags. ,
full operation by February 1.iff McCord also sold all her Kahr filling station Just, across From this study he has developeda G. W. S. Ware At SardisO. About half of. the tract Is under The Junior Woman's Club gavea '
horses to Mr. and Mrs. George Alligator Creek on Road 13 southof very liberal mind and believes cultivation. Deed to the prop- bolt of gauze which Is now being J

Sum Sapp of Valdoata Cs-, who have Starke. Mr. Kelly is renovating that the greatest fault of man W. S. Ware, veteran minister erty was dated December 24. used. It would be appreciated
For Range gone to Hlllsborough S. C., to the place and renting it at kind .la hasty and often faulty who preached at Sardis Ollie Williams Is helping Mr. if some club or individual

|Congressman Lex Green an- bring back a load of hlgb-cla $60 per month,' Mr. Clute stated Judgement of our fellow man. His Baptist Church 86 years ago, will Olson on the farm, and will en- would donate a bolt of gauze. I
Saturday that the Army saddle horses. Wednesday with a view to buyIng philosophy .Along the lines of again fill the pulpit there Sunday gage for the mont part in truck Mrs. Weldon's classes meet

allotted $373,000 for the con- She also sold an' acre of landto it. He opened a store there "judge not that ye be not judg January 23. lie asks all of farming. Mr. Johnson left them Tuesday and Friday afternoons
tkm of "a rifle range at Earl Cook, which joins his Monday. The place was last ed" will long be remembered by his old friend to "strain a point"to 46 pullets, and they have all the Immediately after school at her
np Blandlng. store on Road 13 north of Starke. operated by L. A. Hall. Ii members of the local club. be there. egg they wan\ nome on North Walnut Street.



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How You Should Stock 1 New River News I

The Bradford County Telegraph Your War-Time Medicine CabinetThe Va& &

t ..tabllHbecI 1811MBMBBR. all-important item of air-raid pre- ,Jessie Lee Lazenby Ben Renfroe left Saturday for 4/16I

caution has been given studied consideration Ft. Myers where be and hla 3
FwRrAPRESSASSOCAIION1HAIOIZALEDIfgRJAAIASSOWIDN by the Consumer Division of the Officeof sisters will have a reunion. Mrs. I
There will be entertainment
an Mary Thomas of Lake Butler and Author of "How to Win Friends
Price Administration. That division offers Friday night at the New River New River and Mrs. Florence

a number of valuable suggestions to School. The talent l Is local, but Yarbrough o f Ralford accom-- end Influence, People"

E. L." Matthew ____ Editor mat Owner civilians on what items to buy for a well- will couple.be assisted Plenty of by music a professional and fun panied their brother on this trip. ,
-- -- -
-- -- -
When they arrive in Ft. Myers
SUBSCRIPTION ICATR stocked medicine cabinet. will be there. Everybody Is In. they will be Joined by their other

Yearly $1.13; Six: : Month. '1.otF_ This business of preparing, for a possible vlted. A noaxtnat: sum will be sister, Mrs. :JDeliah. Townsend. It ,.
charged and the proceeds will go
air-raid is not a light matter, and it is will be their first reunion In sev-
i Entered Sea- for the benefit of the New River
l Pnblbthed Friday Mid a*
Weekly on eral We all wish them
Fla. advised that the following should be kepton school. years. THIS SKILL IS A STEPPINGSTONE
end Clara Matter at the Port Of floe at SteBlM much happiness and many more
hand; Tannic acid jelly for burnsunderno S. L. Crews has harvested his such meetings.
last load of turnips and marketed
circumstances should a greasy or oily Among those who attended services -
A Part them In Jacksonville. He I.OW'
Everyone Can Have Lake Chris- Years in high school was
at the Butler ago a girl asking herself
ointment be used it must later be turned
as removed has this patch
In The Drive To Save Paper tian Church Sunday were E. A. she was going to do when she left school. She knee S
under and is to plant
Not can shoulder a gun in by a physician, and its removal is garden preparing Sapp and family C. C. Butler, I would have to support not only herself but her 111
sink Japanese dangerous and painful; a pain-reliever suchas Wm. Menshew and Shy Brown. and younger brother. Her name: Paula Gould.
this war. Not everyone can a We are Informed that the Pfc. W. M. Johns of CampBlanding' She made decision which
aspirin; a remedy for faintness, such as a changed her life. Sf!
battleship or drop a bomb on Tokyo, music Instructor, who Is planningto was transferred to Ft. )
t.44 cided to learn shorthand and typewriting. She
aromatic spirits of amonia baking soda to
; Ga.
child of various musical Benning
can teach classes
women or
but everyone-man, be more jobs to who
be used as an emetic or relief from indiges- Instruments In our section Mra. T, H. Sheppard has made open girls could take st,
be it small as hand rand who could type than to those Who
+ do his or her part, even ao at her livine room more attractive couldn't !
will be here evening
which this tion; a mild laxative; bandages and sterile Saturday At last, she could take shorthand and
the saving of the newspaper on 7:30 P. M. Everyone Interested by hanging Venetian blinds and typewriting
k I editorial is printed. gauze in sealed packages ; adhesive tape ; a Is requested to be at the schoolhouse I dusty rose drapes.Mr. for the job. She decided to select a field, instead of'j to

thermometer; scissors, and tweezers. at this time. and Mrs R. J. Turner and everywhere, so she chose the motion picture busineS!

Students of B. II. S. are heading up the Don't let the first raid catch you un-i family visited Mr. Turner's cause she felt it was a growing one. She got a list of!

collection of scrap iron and other useful DEVELOPING: P.18TURAGK: I brother-in-law and sister Mr.. and firms in New York and, ,without a single letter of introj
prepared. Lester McCullough la planting Mrs. Joe L. Dowling, in Live Oak tion began calling on them' Two months
also being
j materials, and plans are announced went by an:I
about 65 acres of carpet grass Sunday.
a single offer did she have. Instead of
the collection of waste paper. 'F. this going into are!
for seeds for M. Wiggins
Joe and Jon Lazenby enjoyed
Take Of You field she started back the list.'
Care TiresIf over same Some of the]
week Fencing woodland
off the
Not is fortunate to have scrap fishing Jetties at St.
everyone is You Want To Keep On RidingOne bringing our cattlemen to a real Augustine Beach this weekend.He recognized her. One day one of them looked at her:
metal which can be donated but there kindly and said
a of the first effects of the in pasture consciousness. | got a rod and reel for Christ way "They're reorganizing over all]
resident of Bradford County war O. Might be a good idea to there."
probably not a Mr. Wiggins each year preparesa mas and this was his first opportunity try '
who cannot contribute a bit of paper to the the Philippines was the immediate actionto trench silo for feeding his to practice. This practlc She tore around there as fast as she could, and]

stop the sale of automobile tires.It steers that are fattened for mar- trip proved rather unsuccessfulbut : ceeded in seeing Nat. G. Rothstein who said, "What

I cause.We may soon be possible to buy tires ket. This winter he has opened Joe, being a typical little you do?"
must conserve paper! Even before this silo and has fed about 1-2 fisherman, was not discouraged.He "I can take shorthand and I can typewrite. And I
again to a limited extent but there is every of its contents. When he "
we were in the war, the government was puts suggested another trip to the do it well too!
box reason to believe that not nearly enough this green silage up, there are Jetties but expressed a deep desire She went to work, and began what most
using one-third of the nation's people do
paper about 100 tons. It does not deteriorate -' to get there earlier and catch ,
tires will be made to wish
supply normal needsof to do-doing more than she was paid to do. Shell
for needs and now military In weight or food value. tide
production arms the coming in instead of
the 27,000,000 of this the press publicity books home at night and til
will increase. On top of car owners coun- Cattle relish this food and fatten going out. studied
demand rapidly
try. easily on It." Corp Seeber on her own time; then she began to help paste them
Moody was
released -
that, the armed forces have many other important It meant giving a good of her free
Therefore motorist who :Mr. and Mrs Reddish Andrews from hU second Military up many hours,
uses for paper of all kinds. The any wants to and children Irvin and call Tuesday. He immediately I, she meant to make a success of her job, so it did nol'

cheapest forms of paper, such as newsprint, continue to drive his car in the futureshould \Maxlne, were dinner guests of secured a poation in the Camp ter. Then she took on the handling of the

j+ reclaimed and made into boxes and take the best possible care of his Mr. and Mrs Clarence Roberts Blanding hospital, where he has in addition to her regular work She was making ,

,::1 can present tires. Some ways in which this and family ,Saturday evening.Mrs. has been stationed heretofore. more and more important to the office. Her salary wen;

other articles. can be done are: E. A. Sapp received a let- Everett Rent roe was fishing in She began to write publicity stories for the fan n,'
ter from her brother-in-law, St. Augustine during the week zines which boosted her
do along
When you your shopping get company. salary won!
Cut out high speeds. Your tires will George Baker of Birmingham, again.A .
with a minimum of wrapping. Don't ask fora last twice Ala., this week stating that her end.Joe L. DoWling
as long at 40 miles per hour thanat and Fonnle man in the publicity department left and she
bag when an item is already packaged.Don't sister Mrs. (Pearl) Baker was Crews of Live Oak were in our ;
60 miles his work. when
hour over Finally she
per was twenty-one, she
seriously 111 In her home. At the section
{ ask for separate bags unless necessary Don't stop short when you don't haveto. time the letter was written. Mr. Everett Sunday Reniroe afternoon., wno has been promoted to the head of the publicity departmentnow

--or any bag at all if you only have' a That burns off the tread. Baker stated that the attending m a kin i g his home with his this day came a proud moment in her life; she

few items to carry. Take groceries in cartons Drive with specialists had diagnosed her case brother-in-law and sister, Mr. given a private secretary! The only woman in theoJ
when available-then use the cartoons great care over rough roads as either a stroke of paralysis or and Mrs. R. J. Turner, plans to who had one.

-holes and stones cause blowouts and a nervous breakdown, leaving her live In a tent at Camp Blanding Later she started a publicity business of her own,
t as receptacles in which to save 'paper at break tire cords. left side affected. for: a while now( she has written a novel about a girl's experien

'- home. Remember to save on all kinds of Check wheel alignment. A tire a half the publicity office"of a motion picture company. Its

paper.Don't think the stores you patronizeare inch out of line will be dragged 87 feet Brooker Brevities is "Publicity Yes. you girls Girl.who are out of high school and don'tfc

every what to do-study shorthand and
-. typing, you may us
being stingy when they stop using ( wheel to them but its like '
u positions every 5,000 '" expect: use having money in ;
paper, string, tape and other wrappings in ny Mm. KMon: Hardy BRIDGE CLUB: purse. You never know when a rainy day will come

the wastefully lavish form we've become miles.Don't speed around curves. When LEONARD EDWARD ENIH- I Mrs. Mac Hall was charming you will need to earn money. Then you can open;!

used to. When they'cut down on you COTT hostess Thursday afternoon, Jan. purse and pull out your investment.
paper use hear the tires
squeak hear from
you some of, :Mr. and Mrs.\ James Endicott three until five when
they are cooperating with the' government. their rubber being worn off. of Brooker announce the arrivalof she entertained members of the

i Every family can help in the drive to Inflate tires regularly and never l let a'' thlrttelfifxAind son. Leonard Ladies Bridge Club. GRAHAM :Mrs. Alma Davis.
Mrs Jeanette Mott aid
conserve paper. Save paper of all kinds- Edward, Sun'day, 'Jan. 18. Mrs. Her living room was made even By Mrs. E. Strickland
pressure get more than 3 pounds below Endicott was more attractive with cut flowers dren of Brooker were v
'\ newspaper, magazines, wrapping paper recommended minimums.And May Lewis of formerly Brooker. Miss Iva and potted plants. Mr. and Mrs. John Crews of Mr. and Mrs. George Rim

i\li"\ writing paper. The Army and Navy need if your tires do get ON TilE SICK LIST I After several progressions Mrs. Lake Butler were visiting Mrs. E. day.Mr.
worn, J. Alurrhee here .
Vasco Hazen held high and Sunday.Mr. and Mrs. Arlie 8M rare
it. Cooperate with those in charge Little Charles Hazen, of was
as soon son
have them I
retreaded. A retreaded tire, if )(1'. and Mrs. B. F, Hazen, who, awarded a lovely set of mint and Mrs.! Clyde Strickland the proud parents of I J
as plans are announced for its collection. done correctly, can give you 80 per cent as Is seriously 111 with pneumonia In dishes Mrs. Guy Harrell, who were visiting: Mr. and Mrs. Roy girl born on January 16.

: This is one way you can help. much wear as a new tire. the Alachua County Hospital I held low, was awarded a pickle weekend.Mr.Reynolds.. of Reddlck over the C. B. Roberts attended

:q C. N. Shaw, a patient In St. dish.Later funeral of Mrs. Annie John
Lukes Hospital In- Jacksonville in the afternoon Mrs. and Mrs. Rhoden and children day afternoon at Santa Fe

f 1I THIS WEEK IN THE and little Mary Jo Green, daughter ; Hall assisted by her daughter, of Waldo spent Sunday with tery.
t of Mr. and :Mrs Roy Green, Bettye Palmer, served de J. ----
1 to Ill with tonallitts. Everyone licious ambrosia, cake and coffee
:" work(A muds summary available of Information on the Important development. of the wishes them all a speedy re to her guests. FUNERAL DIRECTOR
Jj by official source .In the
HvuortH, Wanhlnsrton. D. CO) Office of Government covery. Mrs Frank Feagles, Mrs. Nada My Many Year Experience) Make It Possible for Me t41 KM*

:;ii TUB': HEAD MAN I three transports and two large service even with lowered physical Artford down of Tampa spent Palmer, little Miss Jaunlta Feag- EFFICIENT. PROMPT and COURTEOUS SERY1CI

::1 President Roosevelt established cargo ships The announcement standards. the week-end In Brooker with his les and :Minnie Lou Hazen were MODERATE PRICES

f a War Production Board headed brought to 25 .the total of Japanese wife, son, and parents. ,shopping In Gainesville Saturday. DeWITT C. JONES
vessels AUTOS Mr. and Mrs Shine Mr. and Mra. Luther
j by Donald M. Nelson reported definitely Mott and Sowell Starke Florid
I iI'i,' former sunk by the Navy and Marine The OPA announced auto children ,of High Springs were of Mlcanopy were visiting relatives
maU-order firm executive and Cotes in the Pacific. The Navy rationing would visiting Mrs. Jim Mott and fam here Sunday. I
more recently Executive Director also announced two allied merch- begin February fly' and Mrs Nora Sapp Sunday. Mr. and Mrs L. W. Barry were W. T.
", of SPAB and Priorities Director. ant vessels were attacked by 2 In the same manner as tire Mr. and Mrs. Earl Green and transacting business in Gainesville CLUTEREALTORF

The President directed Mr. Nelson Axis subraaris.es off Long Island. rationing. Of the 202,000 can In daughter, Shirley Nell, were visitIng Monday. II. A. LOANS

.a. I to "exercise general direction Throughout the week Gen. Mac- the industry quota for January, in Jasper over the week-end. Mrs\ I. B. Harrison was visitIng We want the listing on your property
over ,the war procurement and Arthur reported heavy land and about 150,000 cars will be stored Mr. and Mrs. R. D. Dukes and her parents Mr. and Mrs. G. We have"some
production program," to supervisethe air fighting In the Philippines but with dealers who promise not to family of Dukes were visiting W. Spires, :Monday. Her father wonderful properties for sale

OPM and Issue production said American and Philippine sell without permission-probably Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Markey and la seriously ill .at the time of this See us about your Real Estate Needs
and procurement directives where troops were putting up effective not to be granted before January, Mr. and Mrs.i Oscar Rhlmea Sun- writing. 119 E. CALL STREET HONE
J necemary to all other Government resistance 1043-and then only at OPA- Frank
and U. S. losses were day.Mr. Feagles was transacting
ij' agencies. The President said Mr. low. established prices. and Mrs. G. E. McCauley business In Gainesville Monday.

t Nelson's decisions shall be final. OPA Issued a schedule of prices and family of Melrose were The many friends of Mr. and
Vice '
President Wallace and other I for "retreadable" tire carcasses guests of Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Mn!. James Cason will be glad to
members of the SPAR, now War Secretary Stlmaon announced and "retreads" and forecast a Markey Sunday. learn of the improvement of their Prompt ServiceStarke Careful Drive

,, the abolished were made members of the Army will be Increased ceiling over all used tires "in the J. K. Douglas, G. B. Colaon, son Jimmy who baa been seriously -
War Production Doard. i' from the prevent total of very near future." Federal Loan and T. W. Markey were transacting ill\ in St. Vincent's hospital

n In letters. to 0 P M Director 1.70O.OOO men to 3,6OOOOO men Administrator Jones announced business in Starke Wed in Jacksonville. He wit soon be
Knudsen and HUlmnn and other this year. Combat air units and plans to increase synthetic rubber nesday. home again. Taxi Servfc

1 I production officials, Mr. Nelson Armored unIts will be doubled; production capacity to '400,000 Mrs. Arthur Hall and Mrs. Mrs. Marvin flaxen of Starke
paid "we must enlarge all our 32 motorized divisions will be tons by pooling of resources and Merrill Edwards and son of was visiting friends and relatives
'J previous activities all our added, and at least 50 more military skills of the rubber and oil In Starke were visiting friends and here Saturday afternoon. Locally Owned and Opeated

R facilities must produce 24 police unite for guarding dustrles If priorities can be obtained relatives here Monday. Mrs Ralph Hazen and Mrs.

hours a day, 168 hpurs a week."!production facilities will be creat- on steel needed to erect C. U Atkinson of Wildwood Luther Harrell were shopping in Phone 150
OPM Director Hlllman speaking ed. Instead of the originally plants. OPA Administrator Hen pent the 'week-end with his fam Gainesville Saturday.O. .

I In Washington, said the nation's scheduled 1O.OOO. more than 90- derson said tire rationing would ily here. W. Day Nie
force of workers 000 privates'' will be selected Barry was a business
In war industries to probably not be affected becauseof Mrs. Rosa Pinhotater spent the visitor in, Valdo I

t'I f more must women be doubled or tripled.I All attend training o1'f1cer centers-tralnlng and schools. Increasing military needs for weekend In New River with Mr Mr. and Mrs.ta.Hugh Ga.,Rahn Friday.and ;>0-I -..""- !-,-II I ._,_T | _-I. I,,, ,|
j 1 must be trained and noses- wilt rubber. and Mrs. Floyd
be enlarged and five I WIggins daughter of Raiford were visiting -- ---- -
k -
Drought into
the labor force to temporary| Mr. and Mrs. Jack Mrs. --- ------
Simmons Jim
take the place of men going Into tent camp will be set up. To AGRICULTURE of Gainesville Mott and family Sun-

the armed services. lie asked make 3.OOO.OOO more men eligible, I I I Agriculture Secretary Wickard and ),Ira. N. were visiting Mr. day.Mr. INSURANCE
C. Mott BOND
employers not 'to bar alien in'', the Army will lower age limits said goals! have been revised to :Mr. and Sunday. .,and Mrs. Duncan Stone of AND.
war Industries except in plants for aviation cadets from 2O! to 18i call for the greatest agricultural Baldwin Mra. Grady Baxter of Starke were visiting Mr. and
year, make production In U. S. were guests of Mrs. Rob Mrs. C. C. Dees
turning out secret weapons married men eligible, history, with Lewis last and children
Director Odium of the OPM land change educational qualifica( particular!! emphasis on the pro- week. Sunday. HAROLD C. WALL AGENCY
Contract Distribution Davis Ion dons by eliminating college cre auction or ou-bearing crops such

I. aid a plan baa been prepared to dlt requirements. aa peanuts and soybeans. The VANDERBILT'By daughter Madallne, of Pleasant

act aside one percent of all available -,I Selective: Service Director Hershey corn goal was stepped up by five !U s Velma Norman Valley were visiting Mr. and Mrs.
materials to aselst small sold the Army Increase could,be million acres in order that there Levy Norman Sunday afternoon. Constant Service Over 50 Years
i feed G.
supplies to C. Norman
continue of Malone
manufacturers In ex was Levy Norman
keeping their I be son, Euston,
plants going until they can be' accomplished without calling pension of meat, dairy and poul visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs of Vanderbilt, made a business Please Phone
converted, to war use.. He said up men With dependent He said try production. Dry edible beanand' F. M. Norman Monday night. trip Gainesville Saturday.Mrs. 146 SHAVE

Me' nation's entire production|i there are now I.OOO.OOO men In dry pea production Increases Mra. W B. Bloodworth and .. Emery Johns la
faculties-all of those "hidden I Iclaaa 1-a but not' yet called, .and five were million'busbels called for. An additional Mrs. K. D. Cbnner and children at VanderbUt this week teaching while

away In thousands of cities and 9OO.OOO more men can be obtained asked of rice was of Raiford w. revisiting' Mrs. Mlsa Ruth Alvarez la 111.
towns and villages"-must :join In by reclaiflcatlon: of other and provision made for an Bloodworth' parents' _Mr. and Mrs.
the total war effort. He asked men and from those men who Increase over 1941 of, more than Mrs. F. M. Norman, one day last Lee of Woodlawn
all mayors to have every I will register February 16. He I j 18 million\ cases of canned fruit week. f" was visiting' her aleter.-Mrs. Levy
manufacturer V
aid deferment and vegetables, Monday afternoon.F. YOUR SHOES MADE
in their cities register at case would be Mr. and Mri. kirby Crews and .
the nearest OPM Contract DIstribution I I examined but deferment CONSERVATION M. Normanandlaon{ Russell NEW ,
Division field office and I continue to be given where N-1 The OPM Bureau of Ing their part In the "Salvage for were' visiting Mr.'and Mrs. A. A'. Shoe Repairing Dyeing and Sh
to "go after war contracts with 'sible to avoid undue 41 nqJUoa Conservation Industrial Victory" program. The shopping Edwards of Brooker Saturday aft

every* ounce of Ingenuity and of i family life He said married to> mobilise the opened a program public was asked to help con- ernoon. Done At A Moderate Cost
energy they ponseas." men with one or mare children retail stores In 1.700,000 serve tires, trucks, and paper by Rev. H. M. Tinman filled his
I probably will not be called until to salvage materials a continuous drive carrying home bundles Instead of regular appointment at Wateroak Ladle Shoe All WorkA

t THE WAR FRONT an Army of 7.OOO.OOO to 8, OO.OOO scrap metal wastepaper, depending o n delivery service. church lost weekend.STENOGRAPHERS. Specialty Guaranteed
The Navy Department reported ha been built. He estimated I rags, rubberneeded Consumers of natural gas In nine
the sinking of five enemy vessels I 10.000.0OO Is"the top number of, the to produce weapons for States, mostly In the Mlddleweat THE ELECTRIC SHOE SHOP

In Far Eastern waters men the U. S. Ouulci mobilize for display fighting forces. Signers will were asked to cut consumption .. PADS- 15e each NOTE Under New Management
f emblems signify- much as possible. .1 l'COUNTY TELEGRAPH. 0 ACROSS FROM PARK THEATRE




cording to Emily Post she did her son-in-law and daughter Mr. claiming any Tight title interest 'k,. t

School not even have to speak to the and Mr J. R. Hall. or...tat on*.thoM mortK certain K. or parcel other. of lien lanil In V, ".

High JournalITORIAL man since he was a complete Mr. and Mr,. Gilbert Gray and In Bradford County, Florida which '. I
in* Included In that part Mtate' I
stranger. But it was a courteous little son of Gainesville were ,
tt..ed No. designated a. I'roJect ,
Impulse which caused her to per. visiting relatives here Saturday. No. 6551," a. Ivoated nurvtyeil
:orm this kindness. Those who were vial ting Mr. and plntteil by the mate toad I>..- )
luirlment of the Hlnte of Vlorltlo.an .
) STAFF Odds And She Is the kind of person to and Mrs J. R. Hall Friday and >l ehown by night of way inai ,, t
KdltorInChlefrajjorle Ends Senior BiographiesDOUGLAS Meet Mrs. St. Peter vhom courteny la the moat esjentlal also took part In the work of thereof on file In the office of theClerk :,', \
of the Circuit Court In anil ,
Thompson Winter has factor of etiquette. I am beautifying Dyal Cemetery where for llrmdford County Florida, nail I '
[ Reporters actually come at HAZEN In the office there U a ray of: inclined to heartily agree with their mother la burled, were Mrs.Charles Petition beln7 filed In the above t'
last. The girls have a good The next of our fine young sunshine that shines forth which :ler. if there bit entitled cause on the 23rd day of
were a more Emery and daughter Mae ..
silcox Margie Mathews December A. t>. 1941. by llrmiforil "'
e Green reason now to snow off their seniors who desires for his life can well be attributed to Mrs. St. ourtesy and a little less arrog. June of Mayport Mrs. LucRe County a political miudlvlRlon of ;

Dorothy high-Jenks and all their sweaters to become an open book (well, Peter, hew secretary to Mr. Willlama. xnce and stiff manners, there Masters and daughter, Kay and the State of ...lo..I..t. al.. against ).. ,
(Special Features you and oacn of you eeklnir to : .
Ovid Futch. Joe Mao Parker has almost anyway), to the public Is Her charming smile and .vould be less strife here today. Mrs.. Pauline Parnahe and condemn for publlo road. and ..I arh- r: !
yel. broken the record Douglas Hazen born August 13, friendly attitude have already daughter! Sue of Jacksonville.Mr. way purp..... the valil parcel of ]
Lander by wearing: the average of 1925 in Avon Park Florida. ushered her into the good favorof land situate. tiring and being In ,
f Fifth Grade News and Mrs. C. P. Genus were liratiford (.....nt1. Florida an* 5 ,
Junior ReportersaVLL Edna four every time she sees someone While he was still of a tender, the entire student body visitors here Sunday and wore more particularly described a. fol- '*i-

Nina Bishop young age his parents moved to When I asked her to answer a homo Iowa: ,rPAROHUi j
shivering and accompanied by Wesley
shaking: and 8-H
Edwards Gainesville NO. 1-R n. D. NO. 1
Roberts loaded down with coats. You and then to Brooker. few questions about herself she We have four new pupils in our Hall who will spend this week In That portion of NB 1.. of NW .J"t,
___- Patsy Douglas does) not remember these was most willing: to cooperate, Jacksonville with them. 1-4 of Mnctlon: 1 8. Township 1 : .
V8 __- Mae Parker see, Madeline is spending her earlier travels and as far back as That's the kind of spirit that we 'oorn. they are Sammie Kennedy I Mouth Kansej HI Kant: lyln '
within to feet of the '
.vbo has been eenterllneof .
school in
orts ____ Buddy Davis first winter In Florida. and does he can remember, his life has like to have around here.Although attending Proleot 6551. paid oenterirn 1t I ,
_____ Douglas Hazen been centered I n Brooker. He Brookhaven. Georgia. Sammie FLA. STATE FARM being deeurlbed a. follow: iie- ( I
[ Features not see anything: to get cold finished she was born iSearchmont a an old friend to most of us Dy E. It. Bowler =-d: on the North boundary of I I
special about. Well Madeline just bear nine grades of school Ontario, Canada she ind NW 1-4 of NW 1-4 at a 't ,
welcome her back. The
JB Hayes Joe Lander there and since that time we we point Ml; t feet Went of the NK i
I with
us and remember how coldIt attended school in New York and ther BRIDGE CLUB corner ,
> new ones are Lloyd Rowe thereof thence. Mouth- ft J,
Junior Beporterspavls was for you up in New York have had Uie pleasure of his presence nitnola; most of her life wa vho comes to us from Lawteytester The bridge club was delightfully :...:I'rI11 :rn.e tanent bearln I *; ,
) Nina Bishop Shirbey last winter. here at good old B. H. S. spent around Illinois de 20 minute* 14 j !
Chicago, from entertained Thursday of last .eooiid
Skipper Louisville. West alon the aro of a''
Edna has for his favorite
Marjorie Grlder Have you ever stopped to think Douglas When one talks about traveling : Centucky. and Ralph Wellan week by Mra. J. G. Godwin. Mm curve to left having radlu of jll i

:Martha Markey. Eva of the slang we Americana use? color 'the bright, cheerful red. of here too. Mrs., St. Peter can glv rom Vlcksburg Mies. L. A. Wiggins scored high and ana-la IU4..1. of f.et 10 dKitror and total. on minute ventral 'J. '
his hair Is
GalneyOWs People pick it up as if it were a incidentally a some interesting notes. She hap Miss Ruth HershfleU won the throuch a central antcU of I '. ..
Sport germ of some contagious disease very beautiful shade. He feels been to Canada Mexico and Porto 6-n bingo prize. Both were awarded degrees IX minute. 49 eecond a
that red. one of the nation's colors ulatance of 4S2I feet to point of j \
Opal Peel young and old alike. An exampleof Rico. We are so sorry that our news Defense Stamps. Mrax Godwin tancenc-y' thence Mouth ID d.. ,
is the most appropriate at 'eporter. Patsy Dew. Is absent served delicious chicken salad glees. 47 minute. 20 seconds Went.
this was heard yesterday by When I asked her about the 11130 (
signifies more or I.e.
the because, It danger to the f'
rial'OUESELF some of us. The monthly hookup most interesting person that she 'ecauso of Ulne s. Hope she will saltlnes, nut cookies, mint. and West boundary of KH< of NW .'iI""
was broadcast and should be a warning: to had I oon be back. coffee. 1.4 of said Mention SO; th. strip '. :
over NBC. con all ever met was surprised and herein
Axis powers. Lizzie Mae Grlffla and Dan lei la rlnfnd deiicrlbeil oon- "
BKTTEB cerning the English :families somewhat pleased. ,when she re : 3.35 aoree more or less
rrEIL whose children are over here. The When he was asked about his plied "my father.". Here I might 'ordan surprised us by coming rLAYGROUNI (Including the exlutlnic$ roadbed '
-I want to better the world children were permitted to talk likes and dislikes, Douglas said add that :Mrs. Peter herself hone >ack after having moved awa The Clvlo Center Commission war:the) old Waldo-Hampton hlghNO. :''7.' ..

of he didn't have any in particular. of or several months. held a meeting Friday night to r'i.Iit.i3 1-M. H. D.
fat tlret! take account directly to their parents over In the most friendly charming NO.3'
This Is very easy for one who We have been studying abouthe dlacuas future plan for the play. fueL portion of ION l-. 01 1II\tI '
1 friends. your ae- England. A mother asked her and thoroughly Interesting 1-4 ul Biraiiun \
fcur your time, your work and little girl if she had a nice knows him to understand and people I know. We are proud U: possessions of the Unltec: I I ground. After much discussion, ....uU.. it*,.*, m 6. a luwniniu_.... ttnf 7 "
makes him a likeable tales. Janet Anderson as definite plans could not be wituin bu last oc the .. .
burself better. You are a Christmas. The little girl's answer very person have her with us. It's people brought 01 a u nt >i.uefrojeti iJ
{ the world; In fact. you was a distinct "Swell." Her with an engaging personality. He like her that we like to have any Interesting pictures o.'anama agreed upon. another meeting ...1.." uuHurlbuu a* acid,...,uw.contemn: ucuiii "
admits enjoying from the She two weeks hence will be called. un Las ...
You mother sports 'around. told ua some In. '"'h bounuaiy ol bid
world. and
make up Immediately sidelines but be doesn't to Light refreuhments were prepared 11I.111 1-t ul "W i-. at a polu
care creating that
|1 that you have a very the 1'2,10' announcer cut in and funny things M.**.".J"1 *'*."* u' t... toil
by Mrtk J. II. :Moncrlcf uor-
take part in them.Douglas >ho learned from her daddy wtu and some ncr thereof. tuenu (, I.to I.
with the af- explained that this urtaaastsr.
do word
nount to was an Campus FadsThe of the ladles 1)r..n i.. .n
attending aselated 1
I Is an active boy a working in Panama. Paterluth .. .. .. ovariuir hu.
the world but If you American slang word. So you see page in serving. u Kr.. e II. niinuten itt .eco.iai.

; way, you are one of the how it grows. I just wish there In Tallahassee while the Legislature latest hit among hair-dos Hall brought some pictures *.u..lbs i aioimg tlie are of a curve.

-it modest persons or one were a medicine for that dis la In session, two monthsin is the V for victory. The hair is 00. Enroute to upend the remainder 11111.,It r.t test ""''VUI/II'"* / total II rauiue centra of! .

who the summer. He doesn't like Patsy Ruth brought a prettj of the 'winter a"lIl. of au dvitiae uu. .
I unneeded, persons parted In a V in the back and at Saranota. Mr. minute

fill up some extra space.jiay ease.Bradford High is doing all it to talk about it. but we don't fixed any number of ways in the 'or Ittla red to white and blue ban and Mrs. J. D. Todd of Chicago, 4iersue tuiuuKU: *S r c6i.ii 14'' '*a .ui.ian":; if ; t .

say "I'm a mother. can in view of an air raid, but know whether it is because he la front. us put our contribution! spent several days with Mr. and 61..1 teat to point o( I..en..y'. .. .
.o the Red Cross War thenca North I
modest or not. Reliei <18 devreee u.. 11.,1 .
thing except cook, keepnd It seems so helpless standing thereIn Steve St. John seems to have 'und in. Mrs. M. E. Grlner. Las.t aU.II rest ,? the Neat J:

care for my husband such a state, about which I His greatest desire Is to the idea. Have you seen his red, We are glad that Myrtlce War. Mrs., Lex Green and her mother boundary 1-t point of said 1111.silk..!Lest\ of sw 't"'." '

|dren. I donU have time have spoken before. If a bomb travel. He doesn't particularlycare white and blue cap with all en Is back: after being absentor Mrs. Bessie Harris of Gainesville of lb. SIM corner thereof.;lIIorth Mud .'
frun the world." You are to where he goes, just so it Is Mr. strip 01 land ber.s \ ,
were drop within three miles, those pins? (And What some of a long time. Howell Nasworthy. Dr. e..n ." daserluod. \
(be most Important job a it would surely crumble to the not in the direction of those determined them say!) and Mrs. Lloyd Jennings, Mrs. !.... ("' 5dl'J th.0"..'.Unlt'snore road-"I' ,:

lean fill. If you do not' ground. Our fire extinguisher Is Americana who are letting W. N. North and Mrs. Paul MeLondon bed ur Lb. old Wakiu.kianptOn. J., .
Speaking of pins I've a e e n high .
our children to make' a lonely looking article hanging loose that gun fire on those Eighth Grade News8A werA limrhmn injAjitM nf -. way.'u'.n' _.- ',
-- -- .
kg of themselves you: there in the ball useless, because yellow skunks. The subject which They some very are of cute many plastic colors animals.and Chaplain and Mrs.: U: A. Shepherd .1.....' portion 5tJ. 5-S.or w"n."... of n. NW NO.I 1-4 I t.''An'""

but If do : of its he most enjoys Is science and he of "3 1 aura f. '
(lied you you condition. It too knows from Walt Plutoto Thursday of last week. ner wtt/a"J '" NiL our- v'
service to' says there Is a possibility of his range Disney's We are very proud to announce -VVw ul 1II.I1IIoa lIIeo. ,
great that
a will It be
fidered never able to fulfill the Lt. Robert Chapman was at "." 7 aouh / I
an Army Cup. Among .
that students In our room a* *
Its becoming a science engineer in many fOa.t Lying f.it Tj
i ambition of within
uitry. extinguishing homo 6u ..
brief f
pins I've seen are some real ones, Wednesday for a the j "
borer who works by the a fire. But to this extinguisherwe later years. However he is not are buying Defense Saving I visit. He has been transferred to Abt. e: r-nte, of n..I'r No,
Army and Navy pins.'arry on Stamps we want to feel that we bwing us. i',
certain what his lifetime
Kr feel that he Is one ofIt I pay tribute because it helps just yet Camp Forrest, Ky. aVrIued .is paaeimg/ utar amd '
Important men In the make us look well with occupation will be. He plans to girls are helping to fight the Japs auruae Wi.1 of Sill 1.t and .W. t.t I y, .t
protected .r
All thoao ornaments are okay Miss Christine Rowe of Green NN I.e of said
We lOc 25c Meutiuii
are buying or 115 "
enter college after finishing his stamps fulluwe a.
he nothing Its
ecauae nice shiny gloss and it is the JJell'lII on I
but do you know that you could each week. Cove Springs la with Mrs. Gils- boundary tile W..t '"
Wigstumps 0 r ditches.y nearest have high school career. 01 said W31 I o, or 8111 ,
thing we to a fire al l.t ,
that addo for visit I. a Point
buy something really son a of Indefinite IIU.a fe.t
Porothy Mott reporter North
has to do that type ofhd extinguisher.We the 11W of '
BKRTICB SIL4YJX up In a little while with that engirt, thn North coru thereof. anti run 't

If he Is honest and can hear they are all howling This is an attempt to write a dime or quarter you spend? Instead ''I.. 8-1' John Bouvler. Jr., RtpresentaIve 1.:,.., *205.0* dl feeL degree.to the e'lmas:iii" ,

h his sons the desire to for another "B" Club dance. Gee, short autobiography of my life.I of buying such things as Have you noticed Pat Cannon and Betty Bouvler 1-4 I'uu'sdry: at a of I samu 14W 1.4 o f Nk1 'j,

feat and gain a position he but we are glad It was a success.It. suppose the usual way to beginIs lapel pins etc.. why not buy a Bill's Interest In his lessons of Miami\. were guests of Mr. of the Hid point corner 111.6 thereof f.et. .North h. ''i

jlvea them more pride seems that a, group of Indus- with the date of my birth. I a Saving Stamp That's the best lately TThat and Mr J. A. Douvler Friday.Mr. strip 0011L111fl10 of.lanil be..el/1 deacrihed. r.l t;

B a noble piece of work. trious kids made a game of the was born here at Starke on way I know to help "Keep 'Em An Ice talks with Floydall the e..unar. 0.411 acts. (I"" Ud''K I
ruadte .
and Mr.. N. N. Rhelnuu or I I
work the .
[are other types of big job of decorating the Armory.We March 12. 1924. I have lived at Flying While the Japs Are Dy of the time? W.ltlo.U..ptun highway) UtU ; I

I may illustrate, but Ibat found out that all the active Starke all my life except for ing." Whom Betty was riding with of Apopka visited Mr. and Mrs. You. and each 01 you, are her.by 1 ,

from these two you t'tudents in BHS are not membersof about a year In Miami. I startedto '-Cleo Norman. last week? M. B. Griner Thursday'of last 000ifluIfldad th.. ClreU.I. Court to b.In mimi and appaar. .'s .,: I

be able to see_that you the "B" Club. Some non-B- school at B. H. S. In the first week.Mrs. of ford Count. b'Iorida. a. ion the Lirad-orgies 7 ,

[ definite place to fill In Clubbers shone where some B- grade and I have continued to Ninth Grade.:News First Grade NewsThe Besnle Roberson and city lb. .CI Starke. of, said Courts in the I
d which will have to daughter Mrs. Geraldine Rober- I4radf'srd County, t' ;
you Yionids'on
Clubbers blacked out. We'll hush come here all through my twelve of or b.toro the alltb day )f.
au want to make the "Judge not that ye be not grades. I hope to graduate from 9-1) first grades have startedto son of Jacksonville were weekend What Ja.umry nigiti title.A. O. Uta to show i
tter. One thing each boy guests of Mr.\ and Mra J. L.Robinson. "ou. or Int.r.et ur lien I/
judged. Bradford of
High. waste We will
The two ninth grade rooms are save paper, put you. have in and
and do : to cay 01 aai I,. I.I ,
p. young old. can above
The special guests! of the even. As everybody else, I have my sponsoring a picture at the Ritz the paper In a large box. A o' land and to described parooia v '

school and get all the Ing were our distinguished instructors likes and dislikes. Some of my Theatre Friday. Students will truck will come after the paper Mr. end Mrs. J. C. Wallace why tb. aiine houll. nol.how b. taken e..II.. ''", ,

_- which he can so that : Mrs. Ruby Mae Perkins likes are: dogs (expeclally collies be selling tickets until noon and take it to Jacksonville were overnight guests of retaIves 'I for In dud the Pstition u_. and purpo. ..t forth "' ,.

|b& able to do something and Mr. Bates of the math. ), Italian spaghetti, football Tuesday. The picture, "Devil Ruby Lilley, Madge Middleton, I, In Jacksonville Friday and way, .....10... dItIs.a to-wit:and a. Ilpihi borrow of ,, '
e1f and others. pit. fop
ematical games ice cream any kind of the James teachers.iIGIILAND Saturday.Mrs. section or portion
of department, with Mrs. Dogs Air starring P4tate Road No. -( :: : 4;
talkingand com- desilmited
BateD music-swing and classicLatinIt's in L. R. Bristol who teachesat ProJ""t No I' :
as a very special guest; Cagney. a return engagement 5561. as locatad. _
you should be helpingg. Miss Fernandez Mra S. S. Cowling i ( funny-It's hard but I like because of popularity. F. S. C. W.. spent several p1cC rayed h.reinat.jve and .b..o 0" ..Jd map ur I t, ,

f and Mills Stump from the it), and irregularity ()f. things. I He A True Citizen By Miss Beth Wimberly days hero this week with Mr. .t.'t' tny b. entered r.t..r..d against to, or :

language department; Mrs. Wainwright like to meet people who are different Students, Father Mother and all; Bristol. ::1"0. t""

(r Class Newswell and Mrs. Burnett, with or "queer" if you please. Listen! Obey your country'scall Chap Martin of Trenton wan a Mrs. L. F. Chapman attendedthe 1.1111.WrTNroSB Ma. Story may' hand .. Clerk l of 'J,

Mr. Burnett as a very, very special My dislikes are fewer than my business visitor here Monday.Mrs. D. A. R., luncheon In Jack t". Circuit Court In.IJaf"ndant.amid. for Bradford ',.

So the Juniors guest from the commercial likes, but I do have some dis From City to village to great Bob Cromwell and Mrs. sonville Tuesday.Mr. 01 oald County. Vlurlda. and the anal 1'. ,

ae new students. George department; Mrs. Orpha Ingwal. likes. I dislike carrots, cats, and pprawllng farm Nelson Green of Starke were and Mrs. G. A. Richardson Dscenihsr Court. A. U.this 111.the.. at lard Starke day 01 I. I ,

{brunette) balling: from son from the general department, uncomfortable shoes.I Help save this great country. visitors here Tuesday.Mrs. and children! of Crescent City H"ac.lforll County Florida. .

Florida and Gene Har- and Mr. Ingwalson as a very very have a part-time hobby spread the alarm. G. T. Handley and Ml s were week-end guests of Chaplain' Clerk(OFrICIAI.of circuit anAL Court) A. J. Thorn ,oOil JN\*

nde) from Green Cove special guest. We were honored "collecting. I collect interesting The need for scrap metal has Ann Handley of Baldwin visited and Mrs. L. A, Shepherd.Mr. Hradford County' Jri0r"1"JJKAUrORD In fur 11f'!' I' .

Seems that George al- with their presence and wish to newspaper clippings poetry, and become very, great; here Wednesday.Miss 'and :Mrs. Earl Johnson and T. Vr.nk Attorney Landrum' ... .I 'i4.\" .

LOWS his way around. He express our social activities. pictures. I like to take pictures So contribute\ your share before Ethel Ricks and Carson young son. Earl Jr., of DeLand STATIc 011' Jl'IAltU for .tltlon.... :'

at Kingsley Beach. He and sometime I hopeto have it'a too late! Griff were visitors to Starke spent several days here recently COUNTr or 1
We hear the Juniors aboutto ; .
t next year he will show are Yes photography for a hobby.I Old rubber aluminum,, paper and Friday.Mr. with Mr. and Mrs. L. f. Chap. Clroiiit I. A. *. Tho....*. Clerk of the :i ,
produce a masterpiece. Court of the :,
what he can do on the they are expecting to show their plan to enter a Nurses' iron ore, and Mrs. Nelson T. Greenof man.Mr. Clrot.lt In an4 Ulvhth for Bradford Judle11 :.

High football and bum ,Training School after I graduate Will help the great eagle, aboveall Starke pent Sunday herewith and Mrs. V. Ft. Reddishof Co'snty Vtoria*. do hereby certify I .
ability to act, in a great big way. that the above '"
George for from high school this I relatives. Lawtey and Mr. aad Mra. and for olngI I I. a
played We can hardlY wait :for the biff year. to soar. W. true and correct copy of the Notice I JB.I
for two years. may change my plans and take Merle Gilder, reporter. O._ W. Marr of Mima spent B. Mundy and daughter Clalr In Minlnent omaln Pruceedlnc, Slf\:'
event. Enlighten us on this sub laeueil tm _! ; ]f'
AB fln
L It 'pears that the ject Joe. up secretarial work. I do changemy junoay Here With ale brother, Jean. of Starke spent Sunday bar A. D. UH.--In-th'-da" A# vv ;-'of; jt'
ire going: to have a play. mind sometimes. If I go in What Is ? Joe Marr. with Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Godwin. Ilrm4l+r4 County a political: eilbdlvKlon .

have been dribbling: my The band members must have training to be a nurse I want to Etiquette J. T. Marr visited his sister, Mrs. Harry Howell and Mrs. and W. M.of Rdwarda.the mate of Florida.and; '

the had fun last week being Initiated. enter St. Vincent's in MIsn Ollie Marr. in Starke Sat- Sol Blume of Chairman
{ effect that It will be Hospital Etiquette la not a matter of Jacksonville were T. C. Chajitala. J. t.. Wynn. M. O.
d in the new USO butldss Excuse me, I meant to say hectic Jacksonville D r the Franklin It urday. recent guests of Mr. and Mrs.: llarrell ana 1' n. ReddIsh a* mem-
rules followed to the letter, but fcere entire
the street from the time. I know' you were comfortable Memorial Hospital In Miami. la a matter of consideration of R. C. Grlffls spent several days Scott. of County oomprUlnir Commissioners the .of Hoard Brad '.

In those pig tails, Lora. It's grand to be a senior for here with his daughter Mrs.. L. Mrs. William Maxwell and little ford Countr. m. political ubdlvlelon' '

use the play book that Jean Edwards said she just struggled -. you know that you have just a wrong others. fork If, It a is person very discourteous uses the- .1. Norman. last week. son. Billy, have gone to Miamito era.of the".. Siesta Kaama of Mejehlenhard Florida Petition.et, al.. '.1

sure will be interesting: through last week. Everything few more months until you are of another to em- Mrs. Dessle Grlffla of Lawtey visit relatives' Detend..... Common I aw Case No. '

[ way or another). happened to her. She even "on your own." I hope that our barnes the former person by using the was a visitor here Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. John Whltfleldml ( In l tll tkln ae orrioekWITNKMH th* aano) appears on file

] tell me because I know. got her socks mixed up and just Senior Class of 1941-1942 will get correct fork. This Is in Claude Green and J. W. Mosey Mills Ella. Nash of Jacksonville nr '_ad and official 4 '

dents think that we jun. couldn't seem to straighten them far in life. We will. I'm sure. a case of Maxvllle were visitors here were Sunday guests of Mr seal iriorUI at _.... llradford County ,'
which it Is far better to be tble SIrS day of I>*oem- '
crazy when we spill off out all week. Lyle actually look than right. lathe Friday. and Mrs. Bryan Wbltfleld.J. her A. n. l.4t. It
Iw phrase "Anatomy In ed like a sissy to me but that Is MADELINE LECIN wrong Courtesy Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Preacott I L. Robinson has returned iOKKICTAI. JBAM A. J. Thorn
basis for A. Clerk
etiquette.I : Clnralt Court Bradford
. For yet to be seen when Virginia have recently built a home here : from a business trip to \
reference we refer The senior class has In its was ppeaklng with a lady not Wfeshing- C\eu.ty. .torMa. -!4-ft.t.U '
ihe Sewell develops her snapshots. and are ton. D. C.
expecting in
Reader's Digest. That move I I
midst this year a first-rate de- so very long ago. She relatedto
ItUe magazine is a real IrS. Johnny Pollet, formerly bator "take it from me" quote me a personal Incident which some time this week. They have' Mr. and Mra Vance Geiger and, QUICK REUEF FROM

eparlng our home rooms Miss Shirley Morgan took her been residing In Baker County.M. lon, Bradley, were'we k-end'
Miss Fernandez. She is our one indicated breeding of the blahestsort.
It C. Howard of Lawtey 'guests of Mr. and Symptoms.4 DIstnsM. Arfalng from } .
a first honeymoon yesterday. spent Jtfrs. .1. M. p
and only, (thank goodness there's She said she was in a near
seems she and her husband took several days here with S. C. Har- Bradley.Mr. STOMACH ULCERS
only one). Madeline Lecln was by city doing a bit of Christmas
quite a trip. Their first stop was Icy .and family last week. Jim Ritch Is takingthe
Ii Grade News born In New York City on Jan. : hopping. Naturally everyone Is DU&TO EXCESS ACIDpiTs..bsab.e.ttlust
at St. Augustine at the old fort 22. 1925. This Is her first. win. rushed during the Yule season. Miss Shirley Ann Harley spent special defense course, originated

4-H and the old school house and ter In Florida. But to continue the Incident. 'A Sunday with her aunt, Mrs. Rosie by the State Defense Council and t t'

S a little hard to settle other interesting: places t 0 be The first day of Madeline's blind old man was standing on Howard at Lawtey.J. presented by the University. of -.t....._c..ty..NotbI... ,,

found In St. Augustine. Then W. Willis of Jacksonville Florida In Gainesville. ,_.*_____eeftaeWILLARD ,
school she addressed
the to be
work last week after high career was street corner waiting aold for reliefof'
)ut of school for twoS following the coast they came up as Miss Lecln by her new helped across the street. Nd' one : was a visitor here Monday. .IV' TUB\ CIJICUIT"; ('PBT' O. THIS -I TlLATZNTb&se_L ..*.s.laiesfromStsudu '

to Jacksonville. teacher. After repeating: this had paid much attention to the Kiunrii JUIMCIAI.; rjstruiT. .md- u 555 to E.a.Asid-

Hancock moved to Del- Should I say that our first formal title for fully five mln- poor old fellow. ,As this lady PINE LEJ'ELBy nitADKOHU llltAIIKOnD COUNTY COUWTV, a TL4UMIUA.politicalutMllvl ---'S.- -a---- -- se.110-Vs.S......._Liu-.st.... ,

ch during the holidays basketball game of the season minutes the teacher gave up and passed him. he asked- Lady, Mrs. H..M. Men. .lon of tan Htote of riurld _.._-.....aeejlftdavctrlellwhich '

to have her was a. hit or that we got bit? called 'Madeline." that was when would you please help me across .... and W. M. KM ward* rtimtrrnn A.. --s : taut '
sorry -
go. ... .
Eld. Akerman of Jacksonville T. C. Chantmln J. i. Wyan. .. ... e. as .....
re taking an Imaginary Our first team players :for the Maddy realized she was being the street?" Of course, she kindly M. O. Harrtll and {'. JD. IteeVtlah. &oCII imco STORE .

orway.. so we are read- girls were: Juanita Kalch. Willa paged. From that day on she I; assented because she Is a courteous conducted church services at Pine a* member comprleinc thei en
tire Hoard of ( '
Level last wine '
week-end because of ; *
B Norwegian Twins' by Jean Malone Eva Fae Galney. distinctly dislikes being called person. As she says, ac- lunere of Bradford C..S,. apolitical
ch Perkins. Lora Crews. Claudia Brown. and Miss Lecln and I'm warning you the Illness of Eld. W. E.. Hall. ubdlvlilon. :. of the Htale Beware Coughs i1
made Madeline wants to fly a .plane Eld. Hall has been Ill several' of Florida.
I Conner is a member of Iretta Brannen. Jianlta teachers not to try It, ,because Petitioner-
Wllla Jean goal. get'no some day but doubts if she ever weeks and spent several days In "..
ol squad now. We are three goals. one you'll undoubtedly re lisa ta colds i
Glendale Hospital In Palatka. Ware Emma Muehlenhard, Bl I, ,
him. and Eva Fae two goals. They sponse. will be to get a government D1

)(n. hart, teacher.Grade I are fOrward; t b-e other three Madeline likes pretty,' white, pilot's IIcense,,.beCauae she Is glad to report that be Is 1m- NOTICE/: IN EMIVKNT .!X>ICaIN ThatHang'On Lt

girls are guards. The score for big clouds, and a camera to take only four inches too short for : proving and hope be will soon IN THE!: NAME PROO-EErHNo OFTUB ,
: the girls was 25-18: in favor of pictures of them. Her new hobby the qualifications. i be able ,to come back to Pint fB i.'r.oltlns -. Q._ reBevas' promptly be-. t

News Baldwin the opposing team. since she arrived in Florida is I We wish Maddy the best of Level where we miss him and TO ".. WHOM .IT MAT OON.r.EltH _. s- ,
: also rfr.. Hall so much. : ,, troaIIioI =ti&hetolth. '
luck in her future and we
finding pictures of animals in the AND to F.mma
first half of the boys' asS ..
e-K In the esr_ .. I
I Mr. and Mrs. Arthur
formations. hope that she will grow a little McRae. J. husband John Doe Mueblenhard. I
ve J1.10 for Red Cross game Futch and Lander made a 'cloud ,W. who. place of r.eldn_ t* va- to aoociM) stad bead raw. tender in. '
We all that she will Buddlngton H. M. :McRae
land each In the second half I She likes sky blue and brownas more. hope known, but whoiie. bnelnei tltfrvaa'. 4I..a5 Imanlihtl mucous mem
we hope to get more. 'i goal ; and color combinations. Maddy: pay the new B. H. S. a visit were visiting Mr. and Mr*. C. H. I" cars Ralph B Pott. JT.:* and a.-! Tsl yoor dnntaiat to sell you '
ve two new pupils: they David Shuford made a goal when we have it all completed. Neal In Gainesville Sunday att r- National Bank Bui!Id In a". Clnelnatl. a betas of Cttmimuaiin with the Unduts ; ,
take the other side of
Lee- Anderseak and Billy Lander made two goal. Futch. any Ohio; B. K. Hall and Mary dtasj rtm mmt like tile way It i' '
Thomas Shuford Lander and argument. just for the sake of We're making; the plans for a noon. Mr. Neal has been very Do. Hall ble. wife, who*. place ofeildenre qt aIIQ8 UM cough or you are 'Ia.ge .

the first team. The staying awake In das. She tending field on the roof Just sick but is Improving.Mrs. Orace Kenney. le and Hampton.John Doe KlorMa.Ke : ..... -r IIack.
e for The Parker are on -
subscribing-" 32.12 in doesn't like long: not dogs Eng- for her convenience. E. R. Cay who has been ..." her auiband. ...,..... p..... of CREOMULSIONf.eC
|tlzen. It 1st a paper that score for the boys was She thinks those "Je ps" that visiting relatives in Jacksonville enldene !.. 54(1 Oltldaa Htreet.
Literature high heels hats
of I also. bicairo. Illlnolc
Billy Interesting Smith, news.reporter.I favor Better of luck Baldwin team next tIme. i and those famous Florida colds the army has are real cute. fa spending a few days here with Aad &to all persons having or L 6-.itC.&IcroncIlitls' I


GE E'Otm __ ..
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Miss Eleanore St.: John Berry, and fambly In Plant City penter and, Mrs L. D. Vtotog. In New HomeMr. ;
111; SOCIETY and CLUBS Lunch with her mother, alaoPlant Mrs. I* A. Davis talked on the
Becomes Bride City Supper with Mr. subject of saving old news papers and :Mrs. Fred Guy

... Of Corp. Richard Guff Box's.mother In Tampa Also carton etc., to help with comfortably settled In their i
Methodist WSCS visited Eunice' cousin Thelma defense work. Miss Stump stated new home on North w v
1 Surprise Shower Women OrganizeFor Miss meanore St. John became I Collins, in Tampa Some deichard that the B. II. 8. students recollecting street; having moved in fuel**

'. : Given By Auxiliary Defense ServiceThe Has Kitchen Shower the bride of Corporal R l tour," Eunice says, "All to one old papers etc.. to help few days ago.

For Mrs.\ Cluff For Educational Building Allen Cluff on Thursday January day Went shopping In Tbo with defense, programs, and all -
;, newly-orgaolred Women'sService 8, at nine o'clock in the BUR AClIJo.'DtJLR
City twice, alao" papers sent to the school house Norths.nd"
I ,;. The Ladles Auxiliary of the Organization for Defense The Woman's Society of Christian evening, at the, home of her parent would be promptly sent to Jack- Leave Starke --- -- 1::05( '

r : Presbyterian church nave a delightful held Its first meeting Thursday, Service of tbe Methodist -. Mr. and Mrs,, V. S. St, Things I envy: Myrwin Long' sonville. Leave Leave Htarka8tarka Starke _---_-_.-..___ 1:4&: A.A. 1

I In boner Jan. 15, at the TMCA-USO. The church met Monday afternoon in John. The' ceremony was performed fascinatingly fishy pin The During the social period sandwiches Leave _____ 1:4&1:30:: p'p Y
shower -
Burprlse by the Rev. Charles H Uea* __._..
; officer were elected: the Educational Building and held way Ree Baggett looks In tha.tnew not tea and individual Star _.__.. 1:3&: p'Leave n
Richard Allen Cl-ff, following Allen of the Presbyterian church. 6:1&: p':
I of Mrs. gaberdine suit.. Mrs. Arch cake were served by the hostesses Lease StarkaHtarka _. Y,
:Mrs R. A. Green, President the January program and business In the presence of the family anda Le."* ___ 6:60:: p"
aft"ernoon .
t 1'-J.t a recent bride, on Tuesday Green's supply of.Bilk hose (stored ,i .who were: Mr*. C. F. Leave Starka ... 10:10: pae
,o i I ) at the manse. Mrs. Hlldabelle Bence Vice- meeting, with,23 members .In few army'-friends. 'Mr. Cluf away for the shortage) Ward. :Mrs John'' Uglow, Mrs. A. ; ..-;. 1E:10 P. Y
President. had as his best man Sergeant The voice of Gladys (BHS) Leav atark ___ '
t1t'; Receiving the guests were Mrs. attendance.The Cavern.' E. McKinney; Mrs. F. F.: Stump, Leave Stark. -.... :Ol.t. Y
II! H, Charles H. Allen and :Mills Louise Mrs. N. D. Walnwrlgbt-., president Mr-. B. K. Wayne Christopher WWa.)lae Thorn-, .Mia. Evelyn Stuinp Mrs; N. D. Leav. Starka -_-.____.; 10:10 1:10:: A.p. Y
W t ': The attractive''bride' lovely ton's new Job ** assistant man- Sr. and Mrs. Leave Stark.-_._ 6:10: p. Y
J Wainwrlght, E. K.
I I Secretary. Perryman, presided over the I>av. Btarka ....__ Y
1,1, I. Stern and the guests were seated in a white taffeta dress and her ager of Bdenfield' Sister I Ferryman. Leav Starke .......:.. 6:55: p
I'i' : in the spacious living room which Plans for formation of committees meeting which waa opened with corsage was of gladioli. She lathe Brown' pig tails :The way IDaae..._ 610 p'k

t was decorated with white narcissi to nerve In.VliriOUII,brancbe8I, prayer and, a hymn.. The, devotional daughter of Mr. and Mrs. V. Elizabeth Seymour seta off th ..tm1n.kdyed Leave Leave Btark Rtark -__.... 1:30: A. _
in connectionwith'
of volunteer .work Harry Wilson House -- '::60
S. St. John of Starke and la a vice Leave A. Y
( i. and candles The guests YMCA- w a. conducted by Mrs.mile muskrat an' versa Mtarktf --- -__ 1:10: p.1
'. ; entertained with conteU the program of. tbe' graduate? of the Bradford County .'. Dr. Mktdleton proudly cbauffeurln' Leave Stark 7:01 P.
Olson of w.ii.aa
were plrltual '
U80 were dltfcusaed.At Capt.-, and.Mm IL. W...House '
J and games; and In the bridal- high school in the class of 194O. his 5-mo-old granddaughter Leave Btark* I---- : :
content the prize 'wa the close of the meeting life; w,h o s e subject Was Mr:. Cluff Is a son of :Mr. and Mary Agnes Matthews, in announce: the birth of a son 1 newer
I Leave __._
Starke _
'' awarded to Mr O. K. Stanus- aandwlcbas were served to the "Strength and courage for the ,Mrs.-CblU1ee ,Cluff'01 BarrIe. Vt.' that ,luxuryrllner/ gray Cadillac. Harry Wilson, on Monday January Leave Starke __..._ iris':to p" n

bury. soldiers present In ,the building. facing of this hour." Mrs.. A. and waa graduated',from the'BarHe -; with ed,wheel,...,. Incidentally, 19, In. the Alachua County Leave Btark. __.__ .::10 p p, Y
The shower of gift was pack- All ladles who are interested In Wood, vfce-pl' llldent, talked on High School. he got it (the. car) midnight..Dec; Hospital: ,,Gainesville.H 'Ta* *M '." Leave .Starke becoming members of this group 31-the last hour of the last
After the
I t ed tea: large basket which was invited to leave their namesat the subject of plan for the com- ceremony a buffet day
carried to the bride by two small are I aum>er was ,served from a beautifully that new care could be bought!

yf,Ii J r.nveIL J, v. KnlKht. Jr.. and tile TMCA. ,ing year for more efficiency. in I appointed table, which was .. SAFE! FAST!
1gS James Math_& A-large number our Christian Service work.' covered with a lace cloth and -' COMFORTABLE!

1 of lovely and useful gifts were Marion Harrington In tile absence of the treasurer, decorated 'with'narcissi. and white Spotted an' Jotted: Candy Den-'

l; l presented to thla popular young Had Birthday Party the monthly financial report.W88 candles. .ate "re-called" to the service but AND ECONOMICAL!
bride. read by Miss Olive Ray. who also The young couple>.went on, a deferred, 'cauao he's a daddy now ,
+; Ulasce Fay Yarbrough, Marjorie Marlon Harrington young !son read the annual report which abort wedding trip ,.to points in Mrs.'J. S. Austin (Lawteyite)
Mathews and Looine Stern of :Mr and Mrs. Kenneth Harr showed splendid work done during South Florida._ Corporal Cluff Is tellln' friends she keeps up with RIDE THE BUSSES

)I served a dainty Ice course from I n g ton, celebrated bin sixth, the pant year. Mrs. D. P. stationed at CampjBlandlng, and the news by rcadln' this coL .

a'l a table covered with a lace cloth I birthday anniversary with a party Carpenter president of the Wes for the present be and his bride Clara St. Peter ouoceedln' Clara Courteous Correct' Information
and decorated with silver leaves 1 given by his mother a t their ley Fellowship l wane, reportedthat are making their home with Mra. Colaon' (resigned) a* sec'y at ,

: and white narcissi. borne on East Tenth St. Monday $56.00 wall cleared on the Cluff'a parenta in Starke. BHS 'Mrs.: Bynum Perkins Given You At '. .
afternoon from 3 until 4:30: o' given In the Educational (formerly BHS now Ratford
A. large number of gueata 'en- supper )
,' ;Joyed this happy affair In honor clock. Building, last, Saturday night. Marcia Kay Bennett greetln' friends voclferoulsy along UNION BUS STATION
of Mrs. Chuff, who before her The screened porch, where the Thin organization ha* recently the main drag Cute little

marriage on January 8 was Miss largo birthday cake wee tile cen- purchased a n electric cooking Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Bennett Jerome Edwards, blonde son of

Eleanore St. John, daughter of ter of attraction was decorated stove, dishes and silver, and at announce the birth of a daughter the Merrill Edward's future
Mr and MM. V. 8. St. John. with gaily colored balloons and this meeting: a kitchen shower Marcia Kay, on Sunday Jan- Mr America! Despair Item: -
seasonal flowers. Sylvia Alvarez was given, so that the kitchen uary 18, in St. .Vincent's Hospital Overheard a group of soldiers

,,1 Alias :Vesta McRae and Ralph Bryant won prizes In will be supplied with the* necessary I Jacksonville, dlscuesin' the identity of your'
the contort, and at the end of cooking utensils. i truly, In a local druggery tother ATTENTION !

w Weds Robert Myrick an afternoon of interesting games, ,It warn announced that the clrctealon Baptist Circles day They wound up by oon-
refreshmentwere 'served to the cludin' "she mus' be an ole maid"Now
Friday, January 16, lltas Veeta 25 little guests who enjoyed the February 2 would be entertained Hold Business, Meetings. . I know how those B. O.
-Catherine McRae, ofi't' by the following hostesses -
daughter event with the ho. t.SpringerHaag .
young advertisement feel
gals they
:Mr. and NFL II. M. :McRae of the : Circle Number One, Mrs. The regular monthly: business FARMERS-
Hue Level section became the W. E. lUddletoa; Circle Number meeting of the Baptist W; M. S. overhear their best friends gtvln''em
the .. .
once over Oh well
bride of Robert Myrick of Starke. Two Mrs. A. Z. Adklns; Circle will .be held at 'U>e Church'at
; While there's
life there'shope
( Th quiet ceremony wa performed MlM Number Three; Mrs. E. L. Williams. three o'clock Monday afternoon,
Grace Haag, a Jacksonville -
by tile Rev. W. BX Hall at his school teacher In a quiet January 26. say your Carolyn.) HAVE YOUR PLOWS AND MOWING [
home in Green Cove Spring, at -
ceremony Friday night the .
h Mrs. Myrick Is a 1939 graduate home of Judge EX K. Ferryman; Royal Circle Program MACHINES REPAIRED NOW

t of H. II. S., and worka In becnme the bride at John A. .
Carolyn Callstreet Enjoyed By WMS
the office of the !
Camp Blandlng Springer, of Jacksonville. Mr. J

laundry. Mr. Myrick drives a Springer joined the U. S. Navy The regular Royal Service pro- "
cab for the Starke Taxi Service. this week while Mrs. Springerwill
gram of the Baptist W. :M. S.
We Have 'A
They will make their homo In continue with her teaching was held in the Church Monday Complete Stock. Of Parts

Starke. for the time being. Hold oa, folks an' have a peek Tip to the spare-ribbed- : i afternoon January 12, under the

At the doln'B of the week They really fill your plate, up, fellows direction of Circle No. 3, Mrs. On Hand Now But May Not Be

-ah' the' second cup of coffee H. I* Brownlee in charge, with
.SINCLAIR PRODUCTS Notbln' -+allonal In the little is on the house! ." Sam 22 members, and one visitor pres Able To Get New Stock In The Near
red book but I'm mighty proud Simpson back' from Canal Zone '
h Gasoline Oils and Fuels to have you drop In for pot luck .Say1 the' pay was good but ent.A large book entitled "W.. .M. Future.
Births and
long distance tele- llvln
conditions weren't so hot U. 1943" stood upright on the "
WHEN YOU NEED FUELS FOR HEATING phone calls figured big In the (guess 'what really means Is table and as Mm Brownlee turned i'Bradf

GIVE US A RING WE DELIVER news with an 8-pound 3-ounce that Muriel waar T there) the'' pages the audience'read
bundle of baby boyishness for Hear (Uncle Salo;/ Is pointln'tat he W. M. U.. Theme for the year,.
t Capt. harry'an' Irma'House) ;,. Bun-h !ad .'McMillanbut' he may Thy Will be'Done on Earth" the
Congrats! .". ; Tbe young gentle- be'teferred'because) /' W. M. V. '"
of Watchword
defense : :"Laborers
H.. E. TUCKER, Agent man has .already.been.'dubbed. project 'empld'tJJ 1it' : -T:"Charlie Together .With .God* and the Hardware Co.

For' Sinclair Refining' Co. "The General" and Is1 the 1 pride Moore!; Fla. .p.: &"!_)' expecta 'to watchword for tile year ."Oh

an' Joy of the'entire 116th be called :any' minute now ," -.'. Send out Thy Light ant;; Thy

'J Phone 158 Starke, Fla. Stanley an' Irene Bennett aretelJln' An' rumors persist that Howell Truth," the first page-a blank- J. B. CARLISLE Owner'-'Starke Fla.
the world, about a luffly (Tip Top) i laasie, Marcia Kay who paid 'ema himself for"the "come on" signal clean slate.

visit In St. Vincent's Hospital which-1 expected and soon! ; Other numbers on tbe program
Sunday More Congrats! Thrilled"'to pieces 'to see' Jovial were:I

Dr. A. W.: Bloodworth I Joe Wilson back on the Job aftera Solo-"Jesus Love Me"-John
A. for the
long distance calls- too-long Beige of lllneaa ; Mack Newsome.
they're gettln longer and dlatancer ; Devotional-Mrs. A. M. '
.. Hardly bad I re- Darby
:OptometricEye covered from Jimmy Brownie'sphonln' Glamour pants an' shirts stole -Exodus. i 2:10: ; Act 7:22, theme'Experience" SPECIAL NOTICE!

Ikie from Seattle (tosay the show at first BHS b. b. gameIn "As We TbtDk"-Mra. .
i he's headed for parts unknown) the armory Friday night Darby.
c Prayer-Mr* J. M. Brownlee.
than along cornea news of Capt. Dazzlin' purple an' gold '"Whatsoever '-
\ (Vandy) V a n d I v lere callln' Specially liked the feminine H. L. Things are True"Mrs.
VISION Specialist Blanche from the Island of Java! chassis covering-neat abort an* Brownlee.
-Jus' a little Jump of 8 or' 10 Jerseys instead o("ft be former Sharing the Truth'-Mr.. T. .Effective
N. Umbaugh. February 1 1st. Deliveries will be
I thousand miles! Blanche says fuddy-duddy blouses f,. Both .
Every "The ".
{ Wednesday'A' that even after 11 of teams lost, but"they looked Truth Bean Fruit, "Truth made twice' .
years In' ,daily as follows 9:30
a Tract. ''Truth : mornings
de-lu clowr Change the
matrimony (Ito the same man) he played weal that '
9:30 Heart"
to 6:30 can still rive you the biggest I Brunette can forgive everything "Youth-Mrs.' and O.the W..Truth"Alderman-Mrs. and: 5:00:; evenings.. ;\Ve have for a

thrill imaginable 1 Seems she Lora Crews piayin a
J. .
129 E. Call Street Upstairs received the "Java calling" notice plenty good game'. ; ;' Eva Fay Prayer-Jlrln.E. Futch. number of. years maintained.Delivery ser
In Tallahassee las' Friday Oainey ditto. Blonde Claudia B. Alexander.
afternoon After holding' the Brown the star until fouled out business The President' called a short vices for all times and./regret: having to

I. TH 1 receiver for an hour or so an' Onle Mae:(Zlegfeld) Starling session after the program take' this .
S 1 I mmmSTARKE t talkin to the over__ operatorIn drawls' oh* an' aha with her and Mrs. N. H. Thomas was action, but as we are unable to

San Francisco It was found ping-girl f I g u re GeorgeFlynn's to named fill the Young office People's Director obtain tires for delivery trucks this service
resigned by Mrs
that the lines, or the wireless, or rythmio physique addin'
whatever It is you talk overwh'Ut eye-appeal to the male aggrega- T. K. McClane Sr must be confined as outlined above in
The W. M. S. ,
tion wee pleased to
you talk to Java, couldn.tbe i Dave Shuford'a big-
cleared,_no the call was post- ness an Ovid Futch'a smaune.ss u______ have Mrs. T., N: 'Limbaurh of order that we may continue delivery ser
aa a visitor a"t- .
ponea uu,aaittraay. mormn:: ,. addin' interestln' contrast time. this vice twice daily.
Again the connec'tlon could not be -

FLA made and since she was plannln' BUS Band functionln as efficiently Mrs. Powell Discusses:
to spend the week-end in Starke for basketball as it did
with her mother, she asked that for fb Two trumpteers. Billy Subject Of "Flowers'

j WEEK: BEGINNING JANUARY 28 the call be placed here n Colson an' Billy Overstreet, in the At Woman's. Club Meeting'Mrs. CERTIFIED
finally came through Sunday groove/' '. ,. With Roberta Whlt- RED BLISS

4 mornin' an' there they,were, she fleld's sax an' Fremaa Register's : Luther 0. Powell was IRISH POTATO, SEED __ $3.25 bag|
i Sun, Mon.. Tuea.-Jan 25, 26, 27 talkin' to him today tomorrow, drums, they're quit, a.sweet out- guest speaker at the Woman's per
an' he talkin' to her today yesterday fit I Hr"th.erreaJJy.went Club meeting Wednesday Jannary P '
y TIIEY MET IN'BOMBAY"With ; They were warned ahead to town ,In. B-Club .;meetln' ;Wednesday -. 14. ? FLORIDA RUNNER (Extra -Good)"
of time what not to talk about ., Gridiron randstanders The Department of Beautiflcation PEANUT
Clark Gable & Rosalind Russell (couldn't, even discuss the now helpln' the hoopaters-: 'was in charge of the meet: SEED ________ $1.80 Bushel

weather), but the,..'. plenty to George an' Florence Flynn ing and Mrs. N. D. Wainwrlght.
t'' be said between man an' wife Resale an' Clara Col oq .. Jr.. in a gracious manner intro-

Wed., Thurt.-Jan. 28, _9-DOUBLE FEATURES that even war censorship cannot Olen an' Martha: Wood Billan' duced the guest ape-Jeer, Mrs:
ban! .. Dot Powell Powell 'who la a well known Wilson &'
t,_FaUy Robert Tooraer
Fertilizer. All
No. 1-"W ISTLING'IIN, THE DARK" Around an' Vernon SllcoJC .., Jacq florist In this section. Sbe said For
Snoop the'Loop: Mae an' Mac--the Andrewa-M: 'There are so many angle- of
i c C
With Red Skelton. 4 Ann I''Rutherford (Mrs. Arch) Thomas aeekln'. advice twosome: .. .,. And,, a host "o of y beauUflcaUon that one could Purpcttes Very Close Cash Price

No. :S on the raisin' of turkey. others ,'Sa grand came:. ; scarcely touch on them all. You
Nelma Keen' new baoomin' hairdo Hear there's.another Friday pee- would naturally conclude tbat I .. ;t.... ... .?
Wlty BUly Lee> A CcrdeU Htcknfut an' her-always tailored neat-I ;yem. 2 o'clock .. -.J. would choose Flowers.* as they I ,
neo-i., '., .iVsverpav1s"win.\ m. have 'always .bean my '>dearest ,
( smile drawuV' soldier. to'Koth-'k.: ,Vpobn of Gaiety at the aw- ,Ue.gant companions-from a tiny chad .1 e Deliver 10 Bag*Or-More At No Extra Charge
U fountain like files to have grown flowers; 4
honey -, "NCCa dance Wednesday nlte embroidered :
Iti., Sat.--Jan. 30, 31-- >OUBU!: FEATURB Cleone Bdmondson settlln' down .',- '. Tireless Nettle 'Tucker flowers drawl-wad jpeintcd flowers f
'sup. :
'" to her new- Job with Barton the snrtalnthe goln's-on .. Celia and In the long ago wIen-1 ,
No. 1-'THE WOLF ,MAN"With plumber Margaret Pearce Dew. Pauline Torod". Lorraine was really young and ambitious I 'Tuxedo

Claude Rain A' Dick bubblin' over with Important : Hartmann an' -Steinberg": ,. even' wrote some poems about Feeds Poultry-Horse and Dairy
'! : Foran .. Crete Mural. Smith add In' NI helpln' 'wtth.'the hostessJa' flower: She then SPOke briefly
e4 No. 2-"GUN. MAN FROM BODiE"; brains an* beauty to the cash y e Arttot Joae (prbnounced? .Ho.:: about flower arrangement and i Dairy FeedsAt
register at Frank' Fine Foods say, as In Ho, say can said we should strive to haw our
With Buck .one* _c Tim McCoy Irma .Buford back on the doin' his bit by 'Wldn'you:gratis aee) :gardens and yards attractive because .
nursin' Job after nursln' her own sketches 'of the. klakMada--and ;.hundred- of people passing Lowest Possible :Prices '

f bad cold for a couple of days was ha mobbed .;. Altogether, by see and enjoy the flowers.
Saturday-Mid night .Show-:11:30: P. M. Raven-tressed Grace Dew In amoe' [a veddy succeasfnl veninBuaioa Mrs. 'Powell's talk Inspired her
becomln' red corduroy suit ""'Lpnera to love and cultivate S. R. '

"NEVER GIVE A SUCKER AN'EVEN. I" '. ;his Judge Adklns gleefully ..batIn' -r Box .. still breathless flower-. JOHNS & SONCARL

BREAK" newest Joke wlJh an >n- .from a trip she and:hubby. F. H. 'The business .session was pre
DOCent sided
bystander ,
and daughter Joan over by the president MJ-a
With W: C. Fltlda &. Olorla.Jean 1 i Add Tuesday .Seems they, enjoyed started Evelyn Stump and at this time JOHNS, Owner
Slmllea: As full aa Bro. out; at 4 A. M. and back delegates were elected ,U attend
I Powell's caf-terta plate at the :Methodist home by midnight got. Had the district meeting in Live Oak Phone 45 Starke Fl*
SMtlttty night breakfast on the 21st of this
I with_ Eunice' brother month. Delegates 1
chosen: were :Mrs. D. P. Car- -- 1 1P



BITS of LOCAL NEWS How Women IN nncriT ("otrnT, ItR..VOIIIICOIINTY. .,I'''derk of Olroilt Court of Bradford R., la embraced. under said Certi : .. ;{
I FLORIDA I* CHANCKMV. : County, Florida, 1-a3t 1-Ia ficate No. &3O.
: Tats 3. 3. 4 of Flk 13 Templ
Can CooperateIn e'.e ".. 17014 Add. to Htarke II..... 18 Twp. .a 8. II. '
Willi. Shelton Story Plaintiff, CALL FOR IIIIU 21 la embraced under Certifi r,'
$Z, Adklns was a visitor Mrs. Hlldabelle Bence .pent-Frl- Mrs. John of Defense Work Y.. WATFI WORKII. Ic*KJTKMO... I.tfjN... 147. ::
Gill Atlanta Ga., L2a'h Mae Btory. nf.n Ille Monday; day with friends in Jacksonville. Is a of her OK riTRUOATlON AND Htarke 8ec. tH .
guest parents Mr. Mrs Ik A. Davis KI.OHIOA Twp. e H. It. 22 Ie.. I
and Mrs. J. M. Bradford NOTlfH TO AI'PKAlt I>. P. W. Itarkrt N.., KIH.-M-II4 IN embraced under Certificate No. I' t
Alvare STATIC OF FLOK1DA to I.I11U 1.0I
Chairman ;
County 'of Home and t
Wed- 1. P. Berry of the Lunch: Box. Mao Story. 141.Tx
T. Turley spent Community Betterment for the You I Son led bids. for furnishing and >t 1 ,mk 19 Templnn Addition ..1
j!Jacksonville.Mn. Is bock at his Job after being ill Mm. T. are rcqulrttd to appear on Inetallinir Heaver to toll ark. In
M. McCord and Mr. Defense of' February 2nd., 1942 In the above lCxtnal'< and NKV4 of NW14 A part ,l
Council Florida gives lil.ponal Plant In and for of WH of MC< Av of '
for a week with flu. and Mrs. named Court and whtirrlnplaintiff the City 4 Ry. NE t' : .
George Sapp will spend a brief summary; sent out by the' nvrkK divorce cauxe.and other of Htarlce, Florida will toe received Cor of 810(4( of NW14\ s.... h Twp. k'', I
tk I* Pruitt and the week- nd at Wakulla Springs of relief. Bradford County by the City Council!I at the Cftjr Of. e A It. 12 TC., .Ia! embraced under i. rl .
council what the home Telegraph e
I Lt. and.Mra. Stewart faker, of maker hall publish. thin (teen' In Starke Florida, Certificate. No. .111.The + ,
Order In
hter, Annie Lou spent should know and 'db In regard to four weekly lasuee.Wltnee. next (1:00 P.. M. > K. 3. T.. nrhtanJ': aeMe0inent of said property i I.. .
patatka.B Maine are atopplng the home Mrs. hand I the soihr day of January, 'li M, at under said certificate N... 510 wn .
'I of Mrs J, M. .Mitchell.Mn. : W. U Sllcox. Miss Cerat- the Defense Program: : seal at Starke my, Florida"and thl official. January which lime, and place all bide received In the name. of C. U Peek; The t.I;
din. Sllcox and Miss Dorothy I She must take care of all the Int. l'tt.OFFICIAL. I will" be publicly_ opened and nHr. ment of paid' property under
: read aloud
Jr.,,of Fort Ben- I .W.. B. 'Mundy. jr.. and Green spent Monday In Jackson goods she owns and uses,.to make ( A.HEALS Clerk A.of :J.aald Thoman Court, Instruction to Bidder. Form of said name certificate of T. It. No.L. Daua-hertyr 147 was In the the
spent 'last week-end ville. them last ''aa Propo.mil, Uvneral Conditional Do- .iui.......m..nt of paid property under: !
Mrs. At
-J. B., Sapp were In Jacksonville as long po lble. Knight : Kntxht. Btark. FloridA
Att .. for fit. JJ tall Specification, Form of Con aid certificate No. $48 was In the r
jtomo folks. i Thursday afternoon. She must analyze the needs of > -- 141 I tract and. Bonds and Drawlna" name of Unknown; the aaea.ment. if 1 '
},Mayor N. D. Waihwrlgbt Jr. may be examined at the office of of eald property. under said certificate 1
I her family In relation IN niirr rorRT. UR4nrORD '
.to their the City Clerk of Htarke Klorldn.I No. all -waa In the name. ,
'Vandlvlere' and son. I .City police W. E. Thornton was was confined with a severe cold standard,, .living. COUNTY. FLOHIUAl IN' t'H.tS.CERY. and at the off leea of Cirarle..in.: of Julian U Peek. .
.., .
Hlrhhelnner of Un I. paid Certificate
for three four the Firm of Reynold shall'he
Tallahassee, were week- out Wednesday for the first time or: day. over the She must buy new: goods wisely Ivy It. Oardnar. plaintiff, va. Barbara .. Urewtnn,' Km It Ik ana '(11 .. redeemed mocordlnc to law the
of. ber mother Mn. ,in a'week, having been III with. week-end. and carefully and conserve both No. 1.1ORUL'R U tiarindant.. Case 8th Floor. Florida National .Bank properties described therein will b.1'' '1 u'' \
Jacksonville. PInrlda and Hold' to the highest bidder at .
H..lldinlt'j they .je
err an. pneumonia her own income and the nation'sresources : OF PtTBUCATION ,. f obtained'>WoH"P.iy- Courthovae door on the flret Monday '"'Of ;
Miss Edna Hutto of AND NOTICE TO APPEAR men* of lift.04 for each whichpayment In the month of ', 'r; Jwhich
Jacksonville eV M.rch..1.41.
UI"-" ".'-'.".'._ ..."._..-..__..."".._......._ ..,,,..__.'_. that are used In making .IITATR! 011' 'LORIn" .n. )... will be refundtd upon re. .le the 2nd., day of March. r: ,
.w..15Itealr spent the week-end here b.rL:-n rdner--wh'; ...' reeldinee
goods available-- but she must turn of such set In rood condition A. D. I. d':
with her parents, Mr. and Mra.U not hoard. .la Unknown. within ten day. after bids. have Thitod tale' I""("th., day of Jan: 'oJI,..
1 'You are required! to appear on been opened and read.. 1941, 1 r
S. Hutto. She must feed and clothe her March 1, I>41. In the above named The said City Council reierveN (Q7FJ1-'rlt HKAL.) A. J. Thomas" ,
Court and cause, wherein plaintiff the right to waive any Informpil- Clerk Circuit Court Bradford' :
family while keeping health and ne ka divorce, Bradford County tlei In or to reject any or all State of Florida. ,,,n r.1
orida Mrs. Marjorle'. Luce, formerlyof nutrition In mind. Telegraph ahall publish. this Order bide. ; I-J1 ft l.fiount3l. I ti; .
In next four weekly lanuea. Each bId must be accompanied ;k y
Melbourne has been for the She must eliminate all waste Witness my hand and official bv a cuehUr'e check or a certified f: I
Healthfully AirConditioned'ROGRAM past few weeks an employe of from her. home and seal at Blarke, Florida, this January check or bid bond In the amountnf 't. \
'llelp to' cut '
IK, 1149.tOFFICIAL .
five .
the Western Union.. percent (tp.c. ) of the bane '
Her husband down waste in her community.. BKAL) Thomas bid a..>a guarantee that the' biddor. .SANDWICHES'SHORT '
WEEK OF JANUARY 25x11 Corporal L. R. Luce" of"..Clear- A* Clerk of said. t ourt.l- 4t 1-13 If awarded the contract, will $
water is stationed at Camp Blan- She must plan 'hfrr buying 00 Kalprt C. Hommly, Jacksonville, within ten < IO) runeacutlve "slender .
that she la' not" taking needed FIneAtlyntonPlf, ? r days .ft..r written notice 1 be ORDERS 'q
Sunday & Monday, January 25-26 ding. ing' fflven of auch award, enter Into \
goods.away from the military. IN CIRCUIT COURT IIRADFORDCOUNTY. a written rnntrnrt; with the Cityof tj j
Also Midnite, January 24th Mildred She must become) Interested In rLOHiuAi CHAN.CERY. Btarke, Florida.:: In accordance .
Vanlandlngham. LUNCHES
with the arcvpteil old, and. jrive a
"RISE AND 'SHINE" former employe of the Park <:afft.retW'J1ed having more Information on labels :Jon II. Sn.4th Plaintiff ".. Flora performance bond satisfactory. to. :t .
and in the City of Htarke. equal to, line'
advertising so that she Hnlln Smith Defendant. Case No. I
{jack Oakie Walter Brennan Linda Darnell Tuesday. from a vacation will be able to- do.W. more intel- 1161RDER"'" contract hundred percent (100 ....c., of the REGULAR DINNERS f
( price
trip to Hot Springs Ark., Louisville Of IMTBIJCATtON
-Added- ligent job of buying. ANn NOTICE' 'TO AI'PKAft I No Kldder may: withdraw. hla bid f
Ky., Chattanooga, Tenn., within alxty (60) after
daye the
T NEWS OF THE DAY THE ALLEY CAT and other places. She haa ac- She must' learn to use substi nolle BTATW Smith OF whose FLORIDA residence to: Flora In dale set for the opening' thereof. COLD DRINKS i
tutes. Unknown. City "f Utarke, Florida ,.
AND SPORT SHORT cepted a position with Frank's Ityt
FIne Foods. I She must support the simplification March You S are, 11I4 required I, In the to above appear nnmml on Car) John HOME MADE PIES 1
iay & Wednesday & Thursday Jan. 27-28-29 ; programs that reduce the Court And cause, wherein plulntlff City Clerk l-t It 1SONOTH'E
: colon and sneke divorce. Bradford County ,
"CADET GIRL"ith Mrs. D. P. Smith Mrs. Clyde styles consumers' Telegraph ehall publish this Order --
goods so that'a greater volume\ of In n.nt four weakly. UHUKH.Vltn '
Morgan and :Mrs: Fleda Morgan \ .nn my hand and official OP Ar-Pl.ICATIOM! KOU No Beer Or Wine '
/ Carol Landis George MontgomeryAlso goods can be made with the TAX IIKKI<
of seal ,
Daytona Beach were guests At Starke, Florida" thus Janunrv .
machinery we now have. 20 (male Rill N..- .ft.1> Served
Tuesday of Mr. and Mrs. II. L. ( JI"I iAl.JEAL) A. J. Thomas NOTIl.'I'J IS Ilk:ItEIIY OIVICN ;
ER BUGS CARTOON MEMORIES OK Brownlee. They were accom- She must plan her buying ao A. Clerk of said Court 1-2.1 4t 1I-1t: THAT. Imtbel Kltcli holder of 'Tax -

EUROPE panied home by Mrs. J. E. Futch that she will not need to replace Ram Atty H..for WllHon Pif.NOTICS Jacknonvlllo_ Flu. .r1lficate.H20 I iHMUed: the.u'rt"h.rd:31rfIlJ: :: ;: W'.Il.,

who will spend sometime with the things she buys often. I>. Isle: ; >47 A au Issued the 6th.. THE ',
She must report and protect APlM.innTIOW FOR day of August A. l>. 1928; alMl'lll
Friday & Saturday Jan. 30-31 her aunt Mrs. B. P. Smith. undue rise In TAX nRKmatp ) |NMU'i'hB:1 day nf .AuNruat, A. ,j
prices and help !>, filed
DOUBLE FEATURE PROGRAM <* Hill No. 1C13 same In my of
stave off Inflation. NOTICE: 18 Htr.ltlC"Y OIVKV, floe amt line, made application. for ABA 'I
Woodrow Newman, son of John tax deed to b. luued thereon. "
She Thnt V.I) Knight' and N. 1 :
must try to *
lr-"HAY .
No. FOOT"With'William use locally .
Newman of Starke h a 8 been Knight holder of Tax Certtflcats Said' cerllflcalee reHpoc-Mlvely em- ,
produced pJ"OdUCta.,8O as to relieve No. IRS. ieximlthe 6th day. of brace the following described prop.srttes -
Tracy James Gleason transferred from Camp Croft one distribution Hnptemhar, 1992 and No. 667 l In- In the f'ounty nf Uradford
of the Army's four Infantry eued the 7th.. day of July, A. I>. State, or Florida. to-wltl
replacement CAFE
She mua\check"t..wel&'ht., andmeasures. 1,0tn I, 9, 10, II, III at nik IS, '
|o. 2--f:Three, Girls 'About Town" training 'centers following ) and IftflO, have have made filed eame application in my for office a; Tomple.. Addition to Mtarlce. In ; .

completion of his 13 weeks tax deed to be initued thereon NKM\ orIW"4 A part of WM of
With Joan Blondell-John Howard I I She must 'report 'unfair 'prac Raid eertlMcateM embrace the .folInwlnir NKK W'of Ky A NM Cnr of SKU '
-LATEST/WAR NEWS training. His new poet Is Camp tices In merchandising, advertising deecrlbed property In the of NWM Beo., t8 Twp.' e S.. It. ll 'f'.1 i

Edwards Masa. 'I high rents etc. County Ida to-witi nf Bradford State of Flor. .eo.--.e..-.- -.s-, ?_ -- .. OJ- -.. ._._ ..,_._... ". 1 I

I, She can ask for government i A Com at RW Cnr of NW',
is Week At The RitzSunday I of ftK' run B!: N (10 1?
Lt. and Mrs. H. E. Alexander graded canned goods and gov- IV o'4 tt B 210 t:3ro: be*. Bee ft 1d jNever!

,& .Monday"MANPOWER" stopped over in Starke Saturdaywith ernment graded meats and learn Twp. T H. K. 21 H. 1 Acres, le embraced .
the latter's parents, Mr. and more about itandardlzation of all under .a1J certificate No. II

i Mrs. F. G. Hemmlngway enrouteto consumer goods 1188.NW of SE<"4 Ex. S A. In flW YOUR SHOES GET IN U I

ftth George Raft-Ma rlene Deltrlch-Edw. Q. RobtnoonI Washington D. C.,, where Lt. Save All Paper f1'rA 800.r e, 36.embraced Twp.; : ; 7 .H.under 1C 22 said K. y Iii IiiI.ET +rlI ]

Also-Fox: News & RED MEN ON PARADE] Alexander has been assigned to Manufacturers 'o f'paperboard certificate, No. en THIS CONDITION. THEY 'L
duty in the office of the Chief of ; Th.; ........ment of the mild property -

Tuesday &: Wednesday-DOUBLE FEATURENo. Chemical Warfare Service. have been' ue0 forced the tocurtail shortage production of RN$ Issued under wan the In nald the certificate name of Nn.W. WILL RUIN YOUR FEET I: I Ir

It. Hall and the akeeenmen of the
"TANKS A MILLION"With waste paper which furnishes from Bald property under the said cer r
William Tracy Mrs. William McCall of Gainesville 90 to OS per cent ..of. the raw name tirirato: of No."W.697 Issued was, In they WE ARE EXPERTS' AT REPAIRING LADIES. 'I

daughter of W. E. Thorn- material going Into the manufacture said lilndney.Urale.e eertlflcale: .h..ll be GENTS AND CHILDRENS SHOES I
No. 2-TOO MANY HUSBANDS"Also ton, is .taking the last half of her of northern paperboard ., redeemed according to law theproperty 'I \ I

RED RYDER senior: year in B.",H. S. She took The, central problem In the to the deaorlbxd hlnheet'' therein bidder will at the besold : '
the first half In, Gainesville.. She waste paper market, today.'fai to courthouse door on the first Mon BROWNSTEEN'S ':

Thursday & Friday-DOUBLE FEATURE. drives; ,back and' forth with her get, the waste paperuoutofhiding 'day tvhlob. :
l' ,.NoTl: ..;.;."iHERCY-:':IStANn..I. :' husband- who. Is 'Camp Blandlng t':Every pound of",pnjste brown Ilialed "'l January' MODERN SHOE REPAIR SHOP I I
With Ray MIddleton ealesmmn-drlver for the Gainesville kraft retrieved Is nearly equalto ''ut!. thle th day of 119 N. Walnut; st. Opposite Post Office Ii'I

No. 2-"TUXEDO JUNCTION"With '' laundry. v a pound of fresh qulphat! pulp (OFFICIAL 8RAL: A.J.: Thomas I J'

for paperboard usest* So please ",,, .
& Weave
Elvlry : : Bros' Mrs. R.'A. Thomas Mrs. A. M. do not burn any brown paper' or s,' "iH

Also-MGM, NEWS REEL Darby, Mn. A.'B: Ughtfoot, Mrs. paperboard but save It, and notify \ ,. :

T. B. Harding' Mrs.' Ralph AlVarez E. L. Williams Lester.Spon- .

Saturday-DOUBLE FEATURE Mrs. IL L. Brownlee Mrs holts at.the high schooL...Remember /,
No. 1_"BOSS OF BULLION CITY" G. W. Alderman. Mrs. J. G. Lin- the boxes that carry bullets .I ""t'

With Johnny Mack Brown sin, Mrs. L. G. Gallant and Mrs. to the front maybe, made of last i I'V

"BURY ME NOT ON THE' LONE PRAIRIE" H. L. Hough attended the Quar- Sunday's newspapers. fafioLiJ.LidaactJ]. "

D-Chapter No. 9 "THE SPIDER RETURNS" terly Rally of the New River Cotton raga used a* machine 1. ;

Association of the BaDUst W. M. wipers for paper-making and In .,1
_'''''_''11I1II1II1.__'. m..lI1.1 U. at Lawtey last 'Monday; defense housing must be-salvaged 'I '; j

from every possible source In far ', "

Mn. T J. Griffin returned greater quantities. No. 16 +11'91' \ i ,
home Sunday afternoon afterapendfng' Another project which will help y. ': .
: several weeks win the war is the' planting of
In Jacksonville
', '
with her son-in-law and vegetable gardens.: Plant them for PEOPLE STJIIICII 4' f',

.ullp 'It The*' way I understand! it you daughter Dr. 'and' Mrs. C. C. health. fbr food to'I118ve transportation FIOIII :-I

don't have to be an infant to get Mendoza. Mra. Griffin was accompanied recreatlori'ltnd fill your .j T "
( This dlseasa hours with"word /" '
V. <,Infantile Paralysis. home by Dr. and Mra. "'.ud.pleasure/. ,
r Is no respecter of persona, young Mendoza who returned to the city' \ t" ,.'
r, and:old rich and poor are subject the same day. Friends of 'Mrs. TIIERg55A1'fly I

to It. The money raised each Griffin are glad to know that she Mn. H. D* May
J' t 7---'' to combat It la money well la making good from I
recovery t.
spent. Let's attend the President'* her recent lllnessi; Charlie Casen of'Alabama Is I' ,, t

Birthday Ball this year and show visiting hla sister; Mri. Dan

him that we are) backing him la Railey here. a : .: ;lE l lr.
dance a. NewsMr. Ca ,
everything. You can Mrs. W. C. Rhodgn and sisterof r.. .
that; others may walk. Starke were visiting'relatives t
and Mra. Frank O. Hem- '
hers Wednesday of last week .i
mlngway whose son Frank has
been in the U. S.' Mrs. P. DampIer and little son
Navy for more rI&' ''
FI3A '. (
were visiting'her parents, (;
than two years; and has been stationed '
)J :
Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Satur-
at Pearl Harbor In the h

At TheARMORY Hawaiian Islands for the..past day Mr.; and Mrs. Jonnle Adkln* {4: 1'.',
eight months received the following J
visited relative here last Sat-
cablegram recently urday. I
"Happy new year to and! I am .I
John Renfroe of New River was ''Tron'lSia to the of St. '.
feeling fine. Love. Frank. founding Anrastlm tm150K i j.
visiting !lr: and Mrs; J. J. Zelgier .
recently.'r;- every attempt of the Spanish to eolonts 'j'''

Tloritla and the French to maintain Tort CarIla f
Oh You Jam!. Mrs. Laura Hall wa a1 businessvisitor l ,
< F In Starkcr'Wtdnesday; : ...*..th. month of the St. Johns, failed for laek off ;

You've thrown a few deft forward Mr. and Mrs. 'E.'"11.,'Kinchen food After eating what they had brought whit' ; .j';

passes. ,,; .. were visiting friends here lat them, and what they could fet from the Indiana !
An madq some considerable week. 4< iMr these entlsmen-soldlers starved I The woods wen .

[Joth gain:. :. and Mrs.A. HlC lAy were filled''with' (am" the rivers and lake -..... .

9:30 P. M. Til.Music You have bucked through our business visitors in Starke: last C with fish,.the soil was f.rtll.yet they never ..' ..
.; line and skirted our ends Saturday: shot "s deer; hooked a fish or f J. "r
And caused both, .surprise and ,. A. L. Sullivan and T. B. Trlest planted a soodl They died of 7

By pain: were In Starke Friday_ on buaWe *- hunger In th. midst of plenty | FQRPEFENSBIt's
You Japs showed an offense .n.'I

f effective, are very sorry' to hear ofM1)

TED SHERWOOD AND Your. attack has. been1 one. toP- D. W. .Moors'* serious III. FACT/ BUY
'pall- ness In a Jacksonville hospital.W a

.., HIS ORCHESTRA a: '" ..-. :2 We aplenty admit, you. have got punch soon hope to have her back again Th. lead flavor f JAX ti, t

BUT-WATT TUU WE GET THE it add. pleasurable relaxation and .ease

(11 Pieces) -.. BALL. Recent Bfilh.1: enjoyment everyday living

Our teamwork has ben. somewhat ,Mr., and-.MI'8. Artl *Broughton 1 ''You'll like this golden ..p.rldinCDrinrc i 6

.' ... .ragged Graham, J& u 16. gl ,L of Friendship-so slcdl'
Our timing has been rather "
MT4 and Mr.II. "Ja nee Richard

ForThe ,.' bad. EndI tt"'..Broolter,. ,p.-lS.. ,boy.. fully brewed and carefully aged GJ '

International We'vemisssd a,-,few open field Mr; and' Mrs: William:LoranHoward. to give you a beer with the DRY ? l

tackles*, Brookgrf JsA.ll. boy.
Foundation.' For i That really' ws ought t'o have Mr..
had; Turner,"WpldJLiL/\1; ,girl!., Try a bottle of JAX today!

Infantile Paralysis, Inc.TERNBERG'S. You hung up some points on the Mr and Mra Cecil Leech,
e scoreboard' Slarke. Jan. 17,'*girl-Marie THE SAX BIENIR9. COMPAIfJICalOHflltC BEER.JANUARY a

Before we had tallied at ail- Laura. riOHOa

But the .first quarter hasn't yet Mr. and Mrs.. Will' Collyer g
ended Hampton, Jan. 18, girt -

WAIT TIIJC. WB GET THE Tune in: The KORN KOBBLEAS-WMBR1gaLataMetrRg11111,1riFsrtit.OE.

-By' CHAa A. WADE. a. per BKADFOUD COUNT. : ; : : .
Starke Fla. TKLKGRAPn. ,

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... long run," they said. "I thinkwe'll GUM
.a. I WITH OUR FARMERSMr. win when we can get to By Mra. Edd ,
them. I don't know; I may befooled *

OCANSING .r ." Mr. and Mrs. P. D. Reddest

f [ and Mrs. Edward Seabrightlive months, and is doing very little "They wouldn't let me 'go to children of Heilbronn and

on a 30-acre tract three mlle farming. He Just returned to the last war" continued :Mr. Mrs. Carlton Chastain Up

by JAMES M. CAIN north of Starke o n Road' 13. Starke Saturday after an absence Johns "because of my eyes. I were dinner guests of of

(I) WN WRElEASB About half of this acreage Is of two weeks in Dothan wherehe would like to have gone to learn Mr. and Mrs. j tents
under cultivation, Mm. Seabright had been to see hla old family what I could to go across and Sunday.Mr. S.

.h.:;" CHAPTER III stated Saturday. While Mr. Sea- physicians for high bloud pressure to help whip the Germans. They

; Jr I brlgbt came to Florida eight or may get me this time-I hope and Mrs. .J, E. And

.t I contracting SYNOPSISThe Dullness .Is la the ten years ago from Pennsylvania; Mr. Collins has' a wife and twin they do. I'm 56 years old, but and and Mr. and Mra. V. i 11. K

doldrums but Leonard Borland of the s he married a native Floridian, boys nearly 20 years of age- would like to go. We're not going son. Vanice all of Lalli
Elder and
\ H i cralg-Borland Engineering Co.. New Miss Cassle Grlffis, '.a few years Tberon and Wallace. Another son to stop this time" he con- Mra. E. N And

" :4 I" ': pcra-struck York. has ample wife. hind Doris when decide hit pretty she U a4. later.Mrs. 33 years old will report to Fort tinued, "like we did the other of Herman Keystone and Rev. and
l' Y coins u> mum fen singing. Interrupted /t Seabright, has about 100 Bennlng. Ga., Jan. 26 for possible time, until -we give'em a good LaCrosse and falllJl1
, I by her marriage at U and till birth! III chickens and sells both eggs and induction into the Army. licking." were dinner gnu
: their two children, to blip out the family; Mrs. H. H. Keene
, ( ,' Income. Borland protest. Dart repeats 1 chickens mostly to Green's store, He also expects his two young "I believe Starke Is going ,to E. Norman Sunday. and lire
v that be bat always; thwarted bar career she said. 'She and her husband sons at home to be called out continue to grow. I know it will
and aha bad her way aa always.. ; The (I also have two hogs six cows and before long. If they keep this camp here, and Miss Marie Sapp pent
of Hugo ....renu, her teacher.
day night with
\' )1 Irritates presence him. After Doris ajlvea a recital / one mule. They raise no strawberries "There is no work at all goingon I believe it Is going to be per- her brothei.
'11"7)\) al Town Ban. Cecil Carver opera It Itj ; raise mostly garden products on my farm now-except the I man<<:nt." and sister, Mr. and Mrs
... ., At bet hotel Warren of Starke.
i phones Borland. but though have nothing family garden" he said; "nothing -
t. she tens biro Doris has a food voice
't'{j leeks style Cecil. to sing rot war planted right now except cab- mora. There Is no farming in our N. H. Tyson, 63-year-old Brad- Mrs. H. H. Keene made i a

\ ., veterans but .beret the words of a eertain -, bage and turnips The weather settlement least, there was ford countlan, while a native of ness trip to Gainesville
f"" son*. B* staffs It for her and she. has been too wet. she-stated. "Weset none when I left home two afternoon.
,. says: be bas a One baritone mice. Cecil the county, Just recently purchased
I"I I, knows of Doris through Lorsnts. pea; out 2,500 cabbage plantsand weeks ago. It has been too wet"On Mrs. W. E. Norm: reI,
'; auto la hopelessly IB totS with. Doris half of them were drowned out," account of his health, he said a 10-acre'farm inside the to her home here Friday
/ and that Doris tortures every man sheeta ahe said. Also most of her limits of Starke the Gra- a:
I ///j turnips be will have only a garden and city two weeks visit with
CluteIAonInI ought awake friends
In her
1'/,I" her up by; giving a recital ah* ) l 1 were drowned out. They will plant hog feed this year. ham Boyd farm at the south end relatives in Jacksonville aid

I, fur says; where"Go It.et hurts;yourself, to the a triumph.triumph Burl department. lllI'4ll( % I 1 It nothing more until spring.H. Mr. Collins left Dothan, Ala., of Cherry street. He lives alone.aa George, Ga.
at 3 o'clock A. M. Saturday. he
;1$1 .- Cecil will give him lessons his wife died Mr. and Mrs. A. J.
but demands payment-kls.e: ', Be pay Tea can lie there, and look at me, wearing another man's orchids, T. Shaw of Brooker. cultivates said and saw Ice all along the many years ago, and children of AWOT
p'flyLRr I but aays he loves his wlf. He makes almost ea my knees to bm te give me work that we need-' 15 acres of a 33-acre plot road. He has been working at and his son and two daughters Mr. .and Mrs. JacksonvUi
,' good progress In three or four month of ground. Last fall he had Camp landing off and on for are married."I Tar
", and spends much Mm with Cecil As It going down to Ethel Gorman's hire, and maybe you'll get a picture and daughter of Lawtey
11,f., .....In. to develop be Is delighted by I beach cottage which she turned of Doris. She had worked like. e beans, English peas and sweet sometime. "Starke bas grown a am financially unable to visiting their aunt, Mrs al
1 the sound of his vole. over to us Doris, Randolph Eve- dog: she had nursed all three a potatoes drowned out during the lot because of Camp Blanding being farm, and want to do public Keene, Sunday afternoon
: lyn, and myself and Nils and Christine us; she had taken charge of it jus:: "flood" he stated Saturday. He near here" he said; "but I work if possible until I get out I
"qi.l the who worked for us. as she would have taken charge a now has four acres of be I People In this section are
}/ AH right. If you think I'm a "P.1"J"t couple cabbage, wouldn't at all surprisedIf of debt and able to farm. I
falling In love with my own voiceo So this Sunday we went out to look .a earthquake, if there had beer from which he la beginning to [ Starke Is grown now. I am working their strawberries!
worked nine 1
:" I could hardly wait to work It .t some yacht races, on Hank: one. But she didn't know she ba sell some to the Starke stores. honest in believing that we will or 10 months at I beautiful sunshiny days.
.:> Ward's boat. We were supposedto done anything out of the way. Camp Blanding during the early
: out every day. and going nuts He Mr. and
also has turnips Mrs.
two of
acres win the he continued E.
war, "but And
music so I Just worked at It on a go on his cruiser but before we The next night while she wa days, he stated Saturday. "But
regular schedule, don't say I didn't even got away from the buoy the packing for the trip back, she sail but says it will be a monthor 1 don't know how long it will you Just ought to see me farmif have moved from this seclltl
41-1\ warn you. motor went on the blink and we we were going to the Adirondack. six weeks before he will .have take.J. I did have the chance." lIe Lawtey where they will

s!' ] had been at It three or four rowed over to his catboat We This Is no place for.the children any for the market."I recently worked for awhile as their home.Funds .
months when I found out how bad hadn't been out a half-hour before and neither Is the city. They'll dlt got 200 barrels of corn last L. Johns cultivates 30 acres ,
Doris really was. and maybe that Doris said she wanted to go in. if the beat keeps up." year from six acres," Mr. Shaw of a 160-acre tract eight miles meat cutter at the Tip Top For
I I wasn't a kick. She couldn't read Hank kept sailing out over the "Yes. they ought to be out o) I Grocery and would like to have Defense
stated "and that
+ would town. You to take cottage ; acreage had not west of Starke. Asked the typeof
;t a note. sound and 1 wished Doris going a another such Job he said.
I jlr 1 was In bed when I heard Doris shut up. or what" been fertilized during the four farming he carried on, he replied During the first World War Mr. Owing to the present
come In from a show. And what Then it came out what the trou- "No cottage. We'll stay at a ho. years that I have been on the "Plain old hard-down farming -I ency.- the City Council !
j does She do but begin singing "Tra- ble was. Doris was In a sports outfit teL We'll let Nils and Chrlstini lace. I have the best little pun -corn, peanuts and velvet Tyson was section foreman at week appropriated $25 per m

41 riata" right In that part I bad Just but the kids and I bad come In take a month" off, anti really bavia In the State of Florida'" he con- beans, mostly for my stock." He Lake Butler with the G. S. &: F. toward the work of the Brett*

t. been going over. shorts and no tops and ahe was good time. tinued. He does a good deal of expects to have a good garden Railroad. He County Defense Council "for
resigned position -
the kids
Well. It was murder. In the first worrying about sunburn. And look out for yourself
truck farming,' he said but it Is but he has not it long as we can afford
yet. to
!. place she had no rhythm. I guess When we got In we had been out ? and volunteered for the ser pay t
j i that was what had bothered me on the Sound at least two hours.. Sure; why not?" too wet now to do any good. "There has been too much water" ; Secretary Julian L. Peek pi
before when I knew something was Brother that was a lesson to me I stayed home and learned tw "But it looks like we're going to he said. vice. He was in the Army in all ented a written request frii

wrong and didn't know what it waa. I what the sun can do. and what a more roles. I got a letter front have some good weather now." he "I didn't lose anything on account only six weeks, being during that chairman Marcus F. Brown |

I I heard her com into the bed woman can do. once she goes into Doris after she bad been up then aid, "and they say I'm a pretty of the cold or wet weather" brief period 1 n three different the Defense Council for "al I

'. : room.I action. Doris didn't wait till the a week saying Lorentx was there good almanac." be said, "because I have not yet camps-Camp Johnson Jacksonville $25 per month."
I 1 I said "Wasn't that Travlata' kids began to whimper. They felt too. I gritted my teeth and hunt I
\4. rou were singing! ?" fine, because it takes sunburn about on. She came home and arounc -- planted my crop. February Is ; Camp Jackson 8. C.; and Beginning; with the present !
.4 "Yes. I was running over a lit- three hours to come up hot. but the end of September Cecil wen' W. C. Collins who lives on a60acre the time to plant a garden" Camp Wheeler Atlanta. Ga. The cat year-October-the Board]

1:1: :3e of It for Jack Lelghton. He she started at once. She began .wa".. She was booked for a fat: tract of land two miles The Johns' have 10 cattle, two armistice was signed and he was County Commissioners app

1, thinks he can !get me on at the working a cool salve into their tour and ,wouldn't be back unU east of Hampton came to Bradford hags, two mules and about 100 discharged. ated a like amount to the';;

t,"ii 1) ;Cathedral.: You know, he owns backs and Ie,.. She sent Nils in November. I was surprised how County from Dothan. Ala,, nice chickens, they stated Sat- "During the war," be said, tense Council. The office It i
iom stock." the station wagon to round up every I missed her and how the mUlllcwam"
eight years ago. About 2O acres urday. Mr. and Mrs. Johns "when the
were Government cated In the
had southwest
{ the beach. much fun without her. Then corner!
Jack Leighton was the guy the electric fan there was on of his farm is I'
under cultivation, together, and their remarks re charge of the operation of the the Starke Armory.MANUSCRIPT .
I r.1'1 had gone to the theater with, and lie came back with six and. with right after that; Doris went away and he also has five cattle and garding the farm and especially railroads, I was exempt from
one of her string. our two. that made eight She had again. She was to sing in WUkes- about 75 chickens, he stated Sat tote which follow ser -
That would be men." me carry the kids' beds into the Barre. That was a phony, of course regarding the vice in the Army so when I re- COVEBS-
"Of course, U'. only a ,picture living-room where there were sock- and all it amounted to was that sh urday.He war were Joint statements "I signed I lost my seniority and per 100 BHAUFOKD coT,
J house, but it would be a week's eta the fans would be plugged into. bad friends there who belonged to has been sick for three think we'll win the war in the quit the railroad." TELKGRAPH.

: work and they don't pay badly. All that, mind you with the kids some kind of tony breakfast club,
"" : It would be something coming in. still scampering around with the and they bad got her invited to
And it wouldn't be bad showmanship salve shining on their backs. Then sing there. ,

for them. After all-I am we began to hear something. Ran- The day. after she left I got a (J ...
9 prominent Was It all right to wear dolph was the first to squeal. He telegram from Cecil dated Rochester CONSERVE TIRESENGINETRANSMISSIONEVERY
his orchids" said his back was beginning to hurt. :
!I{ "Sure. Why not?" It showed red. and so did his legs. MY TENOR HAS GOT THE PIP -
I Yi J She went over and tat down. Doris put him in the breeze of four
!I 1 "81.. Isn't It a crime?" fans, connected tandem. Then Evelyn A PLANE QUICK AND HOP ON CHEVROLETinvites
"Oh. well be can afford them." VITAL PARTCheYroret'
came in. crying. Doris put ber HERE STOP BRING OLD ITAL.
"Even If we can't. under the ether tour Next thing IAN ANTHOLOGIES
/ "If orchid are what It take. to my own back began to give notice.I ENGLISH ALSO OLD '
; I make' you happy, w* can afford all didn't say anything. IC STUFF ALSO ESPECIALLY SOME OPERAT PAGLI- new "Car Conservation

too want. There was no supper that night ACCI TRAVIATA the millions of Plan" Is
!, "How can we afford' orchids, By aeven o'clock it was pitiful whet MASKED BALL ALSO FACTOTUM AND patriotic. for designed to help you deep
t when .'.. pared our budget to the those two little things
bone were going COAT GRAY PANTS FULL EVENING your car serving faithfully for the duration
(, ) I beard of it" through minute.and She Doris kept never rubbing stoppeda in the PLENTY SOUP OF AND CLEAN FISH SHIRTS AND ward-lo e Chevrolet owners; and and Invites your cooperation on

"You can tl*> there, and look at salve with the tips of her flnpera. '
\ .... wearing another man's orchids, first on one. then the other. She STOP LOVE CECILIt the following points ((1)) Observe the

almost on my knees to him to give got a thermometer and took their caught me at the office about in fact all motorists .
I'f I me. work that w* need-you can temperatures. They were both running ten in the morning and the messenger to join with simple,fundamental, thrifty rules of car
1 lake It that casually" 101. waited and .
i as soon as I care such tires inflated
as keeping properly
l t g She raved on. and I did some By then I was getting panicky. I read it my; heart began to pump,
( fast thinking. It had popped into remembered all I had read about not from excitement, but from fear. Chevrolet dealers in a great national ,checking battery, water, oil, etc
::1" my mind that there wa something I people getting burned so badly that Because up to then it had been .
funny about those orchids and that they died. I began following Doris just a gag anyway on my end oi .1 ((2)) Get a simple service) "check-up"
I It would be a funny thing for Jack around like a dog, doing everythingshe it. But this brought me face to
'1 to do send six orchids to Doris. told me to. not paying any attention face with it: Did I mean It enough at your Chevrolet dealer's now, and
"In the first place" I old "youever to the fever In my own back to get up before people and sing
II i 1 {! paid any man his price, because at all. And then, along about ten or not? I stood there looking at It. "CAR CONSERVATION avoid major troubles later. ; i. ((3)) See

you're not that much on the o'clock I folded. I slumped down and then I thought well, why not? your Chevrolet dealer regularly/ become
p-and-up with them. In the sec-, on a chair and sat looking at her I called the airport, found they
end place if you want to pay It, you bearing what she was saying, bad a plane leaving around noon periodical "check-ups" cost little,
} lust go ahead and pay. 1 won't through some kind of fog. and made a reservation. Then 1
pretend I'll like: it but I'm not go She snatched off' the beach robe sent a vita to Doris telling bet while neglect brings big repair bills.
; ing down on my knees to you about I bad put on aa soon as we got I had been called out of town on
,j It. And. in the"third place, they're home, and I heard the quick Intake business, and another one to Cecil PLAN.I .. Re.amber-yovr car also serves in"America's

Got his orchids. ot her breath. ."Leonard! I had forgotten telling ber I'd be there it
i. "I'hey'rwbat" makes you say all about your backl) It'_ She met me at the airport kissedme Victory Program. Keep

mat" it's awful] You're going to bed right and bundled me into a car ahe serving well by keeping it well serviced.
; 1 Just happened to remember. now." bad waiting. "It was sweet of you
When Jack called me up a while "No. I'm all right You-" to come. My, but I'm !glad to see
ago to tell me, In case I mistedany .
cigarette that he "Right now! you I""Me . .... "." ...- .. .. ....
case bad She took m. to, took the robe off too. But what happened I
dropped It in his pocket by mistake. me. and the salve went on, big didn't even know you had a teaor."
And Just before he bung up be cold blobs of I&. But what felt best "Ob. you have to have an assistant
I made a gag about the swell towers was the tips of her fingers, just '. artist, to give a little variety. .
buy my wife. I had completely touching but So I let the F
forgotten It until me. smearing it on music bureau I CHEVROLET DEALERS SPECIALIZE IN
now. where the burn was. She put the sell me a tenor. Be was no good. :
"Leonard how can you be) so-"" thermometer in my mouth lookedat \He, was-awful ,ID Albany, and he bbh THESE "CONSERVATION SERVICES"
"So you went out and ordered It. shook her heed got the bird last night !in Buffalo h
he orchids yourself didn't you? "What did it say?" so when he turned up this morning o for All Makes of Can and Trucks
And rubbed them in his face all 'Enough. Just lie still now." with a cold I got terribly alarmed I c
night Just to make him feel like a She came back: with one of the for his precious throat and sent .. : 1. TIRE SERVICE(IoCOl_,rubber).
oum. And now you come home and Fans, turned it on me. It felt good. him home. That's an." Ke } .f i.
'I X'' tell me he sent them. Just to make Everything she did felt good In the "What's 'the Bird'> ?" 2. RADIATOR (to safeguard cooling

me feel like a bum. And It turns living-room 1 could hear the children Something you'll never forget If .... system).
ti out we can afford/ them docan't ItT"She whimpering and ever bear It"Suppose .
calling her. you. ,..,k"" .. ..: j 3. LUBRICATION (to conserve rno'Ice
went out and '
the and she never stopped She they give .
went me the .,. .
Soor with a terrific bang. It waa from me to them. and kept Nils bird'?" .",.. dtonis).
the ieclslon first time I had ever taken a and Christine on the run. but she I expected her to laugh and say :,,.,... 4. BRAKES (to preserve Tiring, ec.).
h over her knew we didn't want them we something about my wonderful
Don't get the idea though that wanted her. Around dawn the air voice, and how they would never 5. MOTOR TUNE-UP (to conserve
1 fought all the time. One reason got a lot cooler and that helped. I give me the bird. She didn't. She ,. engine and fuel).
are didn't was the kid. Doris may felt a little easier and knew I could looked me ail over and said "Thcsi --
Dave been a glutton for triumphs, a* sleep She came in for about the I'll have to get somebody else." ev '. 6. CARBURETOR AND FUEL
F :2ecll said but whenever Randolph nine-hundredth time and sat down. ."Yeah" PUMP (to save fuel). -

+, sold and Evelyn. were; concerned It -was "You feel better You must be a They can give. you the bird." '. 7. STEERING AND WHEEL ALIGNMENT 'y
turkey.Like "
wreck. -
"Heyl Left talk about '
something .
w : the Sunday at Manhaswt .'Who. met I feel ttne." pleasant. .. :,: (mates: fire lad longer
+ It was the hottest summer I ever I wanted to laugh and I wanted "It's a tough racket" rv.drato conserves rubber
pent In New York; so weekends. to yell hooray; for her and I "Maybe I "
wanted better
k award the end of June w. began to cry. I want you .to get the pic- (TO BE CONTINUED go home. .' I' *. BODY AND FENDER REPAIR.


SUNNY BR Sunday In Lake, Butler wJtbt (r.. AXLE.
OK'FAR1Jlj First Aid StationA
Dy Miss ,. parents. Mr. and 'J4n.A.
It. Drlggers.Mlaa CHECK-UP.
Mrs. [Marlon Moody and first-aid Button has been organized To cols rve ru6b rto seok&
sons, you.. kosf
Albert and Annie Mae Alvarez of at Iatger-Care your d.erlag and 11. SHOCK ABSORBER SERVICE.
Junior 'and Mrs. Chea Pine Level Lawtey, Dr. M. B. wheel olgntn.nfddiecedwith
ter Moody of New River were with her spent the week-end Herlong. chairman of the Divisionon fhbspecialegi4.ienfafyourOievrokfd a/er'L 12. PAINTING, REFINISHING,

e 4 guests of''Mn... Ale Brown Sun I Crosby cousin Miss Anula Health and Housing for the WASHING, etc.
day aMr. I Bradford
County Defense Council -
\ and'Mr.. j. N. Kelly Mr. and Mrs.; C. C. Crosby announced Thursday.
spent and
cuUdren, Arsula.
the and
weekendwith their Bobby Mrs. R. F. Carradlne U the chairman
A. S.
law and aoa-In-I Crosby Mrs.
daughter, Mr. Carrie at Lawtey. serving under
1 Smith and
Truman Pens of Waldo. They Mae, Alvarez attended Annie Dr. Herlong: R. R Thede Is In SEE YOUR LOCAL

i1 were granddaughter accompanied, little: home by Juanlta their I I,service at Water Oak Sunday.Mra church. Mrs.charge George of the Roberts ambulance Is chairman corps; CHEVROLET DEALER FOR SERVIC A MOBIU NATION IS A STRONG NATION

t Pone who will Carrie Smith of Pine
spend some time of the Woman'] Auxiliary
: while
q with them. Level l I. spending this
I week
with Mrs.
Mabel Lewis
I her. 1 is the chairman
; 1)' Mr. and Mrs. Green : uncle and aunt. Mr. and Mrs of nurses. The
i Moody amt C. C. City.Hall will be
daughter. Melba. Crosby.Fate used for the first-aid
were visiting station Dr.
Mrs.'' Arle Brown Sunday after Brown of Baldwin and Herlong aald.SHEAFFKtt'H. Torode Chevrolet
Dyal of this
noon. section at- Compaq;
:tended' to business
r Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Kelly spent I Monday/t j ; In Gainesville SKR1P INK _
Pta. gl. Qta. 11.15
I,COUNTY. TBUBQBAPH. i Starke Florida



',' ;
RIII-OL11'TIOlf FOR Bonn IBSVH If TUB CIRCUIT or 9P-EHAL: TAK ariiooi. niiTRICT EIGhTh JUDICIAL <<'.IICII..... No.Eleanor 1740ORDER. Rudolph D.fenllant Case hR rinrrrr COURT BRADFORD NOTICE OK MKnirva SALE :t 1
NO. a or BHAitruHn BH.AIIFOHU COITNTV. FLORIDA. COUNTY. FLOHIUA. II/ CHANCKRY. Notice I la hereby given that bY r' .
1thleen ('0 IJ)NTY". FI.ORIItA. AND NO* BRADFORD COUNTY. a politicalsubdivlalon OK FtrnLlOATION virtue of ..ecuton. issued out '
T1CHJ; OK KUKCT1ON AND NOI'F TO APPEAR Joseph A. Racine. Circuit of Bradford
of the State PialDtlf.
of va
Norris STATE
Says : At an adjourned. session of a. reg and W. ... Edwards Chair- Rudolph, PI.ORIOA to:Tork.Eleanor dant.Margaret Caso. Anrallo 1726ORDKR Count Florida pursuant to thosecertain ;
ular meeting: of tha Board of Pub- man J O. ": Wynn, You ar: required No final Judgments rendered
lic instruction of Bradford County M.: : llarrell "Jnp..JO.L.R.. February 16, 1942 In to the appear abovenamed on AND NOTICE OK PITBLICATtON TO APPEAR the. 2nd day of June, 1931, and the I'I'the i
Florida as mombera 2nd day of June 1931. respectiVely II
duly comprising the
railed and held on entire Court and
of Life Is Gone December 22. 1941. and at which Hoard of County. Commissioners seeks divorce.cause, Bradford whereinplaintiff STATE Aurello OK Racine FLORIDA to: Margaret In the County Jtnlge'a Court of \

I\\ld Way Forever :meeting; there was present 8. K. of Bradford County, a County Telegraph shall publish this Ave. Pawtucket, 41 Rhode Dlonmln"al. Island.- Bradford County, Florida for the ( 1
parhe. Chairman, J. 8. Norman political subdivision of the State Ordor In next four weekly Issues. You are required to recovery by Cumberland A Liberty
(Ben S'Ddic.t.-WNtJ Service.) and O. C. Kelly. memberH and W. of Florida.. Petitioners. Wln..1 my hand and official February 2. 1942 In the appear above on Mill Company, a corporation \
B3. Mlddleton County Superintendent Vt uinklns ...a Iark. Florida, this Jan named Court and cause whereinplaintiff from Everett K. Burney of $52.73 't
of Publlo Instruction and ex- Charles Et AI uary 12th. 1942 seeks divorce Bradford together with costs and $82.73 together \ ,

officio Secretary of aald Board the bfendantt. (OFFICIAL SEAL) A .3. Thomas County Telegraph shall publish this with costs, respectively, recorded ,'. c :,
following among; other proceed NOTICE IN EMINENT DOMAIN As Clerk of said 1-16 2-6 Ord.'r In four weekly Issue In Foreign Judgment Book .,
{@i U tugs were> had to-wlt PROOBKOINOS Kalpn C. ..Cour., 4 t s.ney hand anil official a at page 67 and.68, respectively .\ ,

.. J. S.' Norman presented the fol IN TilE NAMH OF TUB STATE Florida. Atty. for I'lf. Jack"onvlll. seal at Starke. FlorUa, this January of the record of said Circuit w)! "
.. lowing Oil FLORIDA Court which said Judgment and ,
-"II revolution to-wlt 5th.. 1943.OFFICIAL ,.
n @ WHEREAS at a me.tlr.gr of the TO CERN ALL WHOM IT MAT CON IN riRCciT rot'RT. BRADFORD ( SEAL) A. J .Thoma each of them, and executions Issued t dl.'umberiand .

Board of Public Instruction of AND to Charles Dlnklna COUNTY.' VLOHIUAl IN As Clerk I of said Court l4t 10 pursuant thereto were by (
II Bradford County Florida duly held nie Dlnkln his An ( (1."N T. Frank I.ndrum. Stark, Florida. Liberty Mill Company ,
wife whose
placeof JIIIY. 1
for a corporation, by assignmentof ,
on December 22nd 1141, there waa residence la .. Martin Volm. Plaintiff Atty. Plf.IV .
Lawtey Florida vs.
presented M petition signed by Willie Strong-. whose .; Katherine Elchhern Vole Defen I Judgment dated the 29th day t
> place of restdeno II
:f more than 25 per cent of tha. quali : I* I...wt..,.. Florida; Louise dant. Case No. 1742 I of October, : Novembor ,!
fled electors who are freeholder Stanley. widow whose place of ORDER OF PUBLICATION CIRCUIT COURT, BRADFORD I 6th, *1.41'Inr ofJudgment
residing within the territory residence I I. 93j Patterson Street AND NOTICHJ TO APPEAR fOUNTY. FLORIDA. .' ,CIIAM> ) page 37 of ,.
t designated aa fpeelal Tampa Florida Paul, OK FLORIDA CKRY.ttanry the r.cord. court trans
wS"cht Mildred I L, STAT! to: Kath .
Tax District No. S of bradford and her Husband A. T. Paul, whose. .rln. .. Vols. Number 69 F. Halaey, Plaintiff. va and assigned In Abbl I. I'' .
Ceunty Florida, petitioning, place. of....84d.a'' Is. Stark,.. Flor Hauptatriae. (A. H. Laura. K. lial .y. Defendant. Morrow The undersigned. II..rUf. i
thin Board to call -election to Ida; M. J. Plnklns, Alfred Ulnklna Hockenhvim, Baden, 8tr..t. No. 1723. of !ralord County \
determine whether said School Dis and Willie. Dlnklns. whose place U..m.ny. ORDER OF* Ilvl.t execution upon the following : \
3 trict shall Issue bond. In the sum of residence are AND NoTICE PtTLYATIOI described lot, parcel '
\t___ of S3ft.000.00 for the. purpose of remodeling ; respectively are unknown March 2nd. 1942, I on STATE OF FLOH1DA to: Laura or trait of land pl..ar ; amisltuat i ,
rL'.\. '4 and otherwise named drpe''o K. Halaey whoa residence la in '
Improving And to all persona having; ciiclaiming Court and un- the County of Bradford. "
I7 .1 the. existing; school building thereof any right, title.; Interest plaintiff: seeks I known. State. of Florida particularly desorlbed l\1'
I In Starke. Florida and for the ..estate mortgage or other lien to County. Telegraph shall publish this You are. required to appear on a* folow.: Ileglnlnns at ,
further purpose of building an ad or on those certain land Order. In next four weekly lasues.. February 2, 1943. In the abovv the .. of Section ;
--1 ditional school building on the existing In Bradford County,Pr :llJatw : Witness my hand and official named Court- and cause wherein 21. Tn_ 5_. Mn'h. U.n.. '' ." _.
; school grounds at Starka are Included In that part of "Slat I seal at SUrke Florida this JanOF'llcrAi. 1"lnlltf.k.. .lvorc.. Bradford and run N jt" on Hection ;; I.' ,
Florida, and building sidewalk Road No. 121 designated aa" "Project nsrv 14th. 1943 County Telegraph plbll.h this 1310 feet Best to a .ii W'r ,
and otherwise Improving; such 5602" a* located, surveyetl and ( SEAL) A J. Thomas Order In next beginning thirty-three feet East '
school grounds' all within aaidSpecial platted by the State Road Depart said Court. 1-16 4t ,-. Witness my fOn.I. official of the Center of State Road Num'j ti\}

and for Tax the School District free No. a meat of the State of Florida and seal at ttark.. .January b.r 13, thenc East bOO feet, thence ISouth
public schoolsthereof
known Bradford shown by right of way map thereof i x ( ( WALI4IhI..) A. and parallel with Slat Road 1 J t, '
a. County on file. In the office ..IIe..I'1 'OtliT. Thomas No. .
of the IR"nIOII 13, hundred
one feet
<< .. thence) j
High School but As
( being; primary. Clerk of the Circuit FLORllltl .Id Court 1-9 1-30 ::
Court In and 4 West 100 feet
.grammar and high school). and for for Bradford County ( J. H. l.r..l.on. Jacksonville., Fla more or less to a> 't
Florida said point 33 feet East of the
the renter .H ti l'
purposa of obtainingand using Cue. \.. stat Atty
Petition being; filed In the aboveentitled 1.1. uf State Bond No. 11
In such work and for such public Alberta Inglra Plaintiff thence North 'l'
cause on the 23rd day of the East aide
free along ,of Right of t t
school purposes a grant of December, A. D. 1941.. by Bradford vs. iv i'inn'IT (DEft'S' mi *I POIIIIcoi'Nrv Way of State Road No. f
13 to th
A [
$76.801.00 (or some other large ..un.thereabolltll County A political; I subdIvision of Jerome II Ingles, Defendant. Pi.oitiitt. iv IIIAV- point of beginning '
and being In S
) toward. the coat I the ORDER OF '
State of AND
: Florida. et al, airalnjityou. l'tTLICATION .
tIIY. Section 26, Tp. 6 South Rang 31
thnreof from the
Publlo Works AdmlnlHtratlnn I "
each .
you, socking Hiivsoy
to Lotta
( vs. Kiint and
.uhn containing
ment of the (United or any Rtates other Government depart.- condemn for publto rond. and highway D.PTATH OF FLORIDA to: Jerome 1. Husaey, Caaa No. more or his*. ; one.quarteracre /: '
the said Inglvs. unknown. .
purposes parcels of .
r"ld.nc. .
having Jurisdiction additlonaimonies thereof land situate, lying ,and.. bring; In You are required to appear on 1723.ORDRR OK PUBLICATION To..th. with. all ant...singular. .f''
now cr ) "' anti ,
aa Bradford County Flurida.-and mur.partl"ul..rly February 2nd.. 1942 In the above TO APPEAR appurtenance \: ,
necessary towards completion described as follows: : named Court and cause. wherein STATiC Or FLOIttOA to: Lotta ,thereunto belonllnr; ;,;
having of paid work. ; and this Board. PARCEL NO. 1-S.! It. D. NO. 34 plaintiff sacks divorce Bradford M HiiMHuy. whoso resident .: 1631nth. or l"n: ew I.af! n ; $: ,
; duly determined that said In
ay February
petition la aliened That portion of Lot .1 of h..ltblo..k County Telegraph ...h,1 publish this Avenue, Water Vllet Albany 1"'bruary Suit ,
more than A.
In County, New York. to-wi D. 1943. .
1 next ...
according to Pint of Law 01.1..1
25 per cent of the electors I I.u. the
who qualified tey recorded In the public record .... my hand .n" official : You are required, to appear on I..twe..n legal hours of sale >
are residing of Bradford ember February S, 1942. In the abovenainei front hour of the Coun-
Florida 30th. 1941. J'
In ,
"aid Special Tux N'huol DI..I..I..tNo.3. ty Court House of Bradford "
and having' duly considered lying within 100 fret of the survey (OFFICIAL SISAL) A. J. Thomas Court and cause, wherein In County ;
said petition linn of Htate Road 121, Proj Aa Clerk of said Court plaintiff seek divorce. Bradford Stark Florld..e offer .all ; ,
and the
matters property for .
appearing at i ,
ret 5603 said survey line being; Chan, R. Hess County Tvlrgraph shall publish this public '
F therein and finding thatsaid Identical Order In next four Issues. and wil "el I ho same to the. high j
4 petition In sufficient. and In with the North boundary I Atty. for Plf. est .
t-I-4t.t-1 Witness. bidder or bidder \
of official for
NWW of NEV4 of Section 35 my n.I.
all In full with ,
respects compliance cash .
;...; Townah'p S South. seal at Btaike "' hi. January satisfy said execution. "
Range 22 1"
... law. and further finding; that theassessed East. I" cinrit'r COI'IT. niiAKFORn 6th. 1942.OFFICIAL I OIVMN under my hant In the '
t.. value of the taxable. property PARCEL NO. 2-S. R COUNTY It ('IAN- ( SMAL) A. 3 .ThomaaA ; City of Starke. ilradford County '
... of nurh district according; to D. NO. 62 tEll Y. Florida thi. list
Clerk of
said Court 1-9 day of
cc"' f'J; the taut assessment for State and That portion of NW 1-4 of Nfc; C.". Na 1TOM J S. Jacksonville t 1-30 Kla. A. D. 1941. December. ;
f1 1-4 of SW larrlson. ,
County 1-4 of Section ,
'' purposes IH $$1,210,089 and aGo Willie Khelton 11
\ co. Story A.
Plaintiff Atty. O.
: -.w ., -,' i further finding that the existing; Township 5 South. Range t>*> Kant vLlllle .. Pi. Sheriff ANDREW .
of ,
Indebtedness of said. district. Is lying; within 16 feet of ditch centerllna Maa Story, Defendant.. Bradford County '
In 13.000.00, and that the amount of described a.. beginning; l TIIK ( IItt'tIT' ('Ot'RT OK TIIM 1- :\
have> a than in the world calattrophe.. Make "I mill 6. a/raid 01/ bonda no proposed to be issued Is on the West boundary : OUDEI41 PUnLI'ATION! AND J _

I your /fins! rule. Yea, even i/ death u going to 6* your */"aret. and thtn't within the limitations provided by NW 1-4 of NB 1-4 ef wofl.aJOI at STATE OF "foUUI'rl "UI'I"I. t'll.t'IT. 01 NO'new Oil' A FOR ,

com name from the mart-fact it. the constitution and laws of Florida a 27.79 feet North nJ't the Ma. story. FLORIDA toi Hill ANn KOU IIHADKOnU (.OUNTY TAX r..I\T.Oi: t ..
and that the Issuance. of bondaas corner thereof rum You IV t'IIAN<'IOIIY C".t. Hill :11 803) ,
ATHLEEN NORRIS prayed In said petition Is neceaBR thence Wouth 89 degrees 61' Eattgrees "1. required to appear. on.. IN HI': IIKIlKriY! !. OIVEN '. ; ,
.. 418.78 f..I th.n.... ..__. February Sn.l. In hn UIH''HUDI 11.IANPElo.AAN .
KEEP YOUR ClllN UPI --.rv- -: N..rh -U named -' 194JI .h. THAT T>. 1W. ai....ihl.. v.i.I_. A' ,. '
ofr IT RESOLVED!; by this The 49' East n21i".t 4 to the Court. a d--.ai.e"whe-r-i. NOTION T.x ..; ,- ,,;
strangest plaintiff seeks erllca-t.--l- respec
That's what the Best boundary of said NW TO WHOM IT MAY
women of Board of Public Instruction. of Bradford 1.4 CONCERN: lively Issued the 4th '
; history and the this and County. Florida that It Is expedient of NE 1-4 of SW 1-4 ut a point .relief.. Bradford County Telegraph NOTICM IS HhiRMBY lIVEN thatO..rtr.,11 of July\ A. 1) ISIS; has filed came r" :
going thl '
every country are 190.69 feet North of th. UK i corner .hul publish 010.1 In next II. In .. ,
and far the boat Interest of A mar my and has n.
eatest crisis she ever to have to do-keep their /.aid Special Tax School DistrictNo. thereof containing; 0.3] Witness weekly Issues. ., woman l.nI."m..n. a freedealer cation ofl.tax deed to a b,1 issued appli, .
3 of Bradford County Florida acres, more or less. my hand and ott..lal seal by Order ciC the above entitled thereon. '
_ced aTca immediately chins up. They are going to that this Hoard on behalf of paitidistrict PARCEL NO. S-S. R. P. NO. E3 at let. Btarke 1942.OFFICIAL. Florida ('olrt. a copy of laid 01'0..1 Maid certificate respectively embrace ,I,,.\"

for America. She has have to smile, even when they do Issue and sell bonds In That AND NO. 9j.4' ( PEAL la a* ., to-wit the following. described prop- \
portion of NIC of NW A. J. Thomas .
the amount of 136.000 on for the crime In
would rather have a good 1-4 of SW 1-4 of Section jn. As Clerk of said I Court This UIIEI the County of Bradford '
been a friendly coun- cry. purposa an stated In said petition cause thl* day State. of to-wlt
above referred Township 6 Mouth, Kange 2i: Knight A Knight. Stark. Florida, to he upon the Report of the Florldl. I
ling to let ther coun- And they are going to have to to. and Kitft. lying within 16 feet of Attya. for Flf. -a- Special I h..rd K. K ferryman MM of lot Blk 7 Town of I"I),
BE 1'1' FURTHER RESOLVED ditch centerline described ; Lawtey W of -Jly, Keo. 23 Twp. 5
beginning "
make "home aa t'o :
in :
\lye their problems and : spite of sorrow that said bond.. shall he In the denomination on the. East boundary. of and fllxil tha In the entitled cause H. It. 22 11 I I. embraced under Cer- /
hard work and of 11400.OO and shall. said NE iv riitrt'iT' Co.rt. ha.ln. examined thesame tlflcntn No. 109 / ;
sacrifice, 1-4 of NW 1-4 of HW roiritT. IIRAI>FORD ..
with the
In thisoauae
their gods in their and bear date of January 1st. 1942. 1-4 at a point 27.79 feet North roillTY. PLORIUA. IV (. -, ,tu".th. Court fl. satisfied Lot 4 of But 7. Town of Lawtey i
a peaceful courageous with Interest thereon payable. annually 09011V. ..N ; W of Ry. Sea
of the SHI
corner thereof and run Twp. a 8. K. 22
ay not afraid of her place. Kathleen Norris be- at the rate of 3% per cent thence North 89 degrees 51 West Rnnsom Hughes, Plaintiff va. fler- aa to of the lertrude rapacity U.and Handeln-quailflcatlona M I I. embraced I under Certificate f"l I

neighbors any more lieves that a better world is in per annual annum interest with coupons and such evidencing bonda- 76.82* 'itiw thence 660.4 ort 60 to end dearer .nice*>. 1714 A. Hughes ..fond.nt. Cas man. a married woman, to take No.The 110.assessment of the said \ ''

[ey were afraid of her. the making. She says that the to become due and payable. aa follows of ditch! said atrip of land con ORDER OF' PUBLICATION estate charge and of property and manage and to h.r'becomea own under said Certificates No.prop 109 i':

: taming 0.43 acre, more or less; ANt NOTIPR( TO Ari'RAK free dealer in every respect) IT I.n'110 were In the. name of F H..
all this has been more fully we understand the 1140000 principal
d. and we have "ene- suffering and injustice others say one of the bond) In eachof That portion of NE 1-4 of NW A.Wolden Hughes, ... I I. co ADSIJDOICD AND I UnleM said Certificates b. !
the year. 1944 to 194$. both 1-4 of SW 1-4 of Section 25, Arm Annex Apartment that the report of the I redeemed according .h.1 the .
now, we are to be the must endure the better able Inclusive on January let in eachof Township 5 South, Range 23 County Wold in Road.) Village nf OI"lnnlnll DICUIIU. filed In this cause properties dtt'.r will ,
"said years, both principal andannual East. lying within 15 feet 'of of Westch.tr, be and the same Is hereby 'be. sold to th* bidder
will be to help build I New confirmed at
we a II.h..C ,
arsenal and to at- Interest payable at Florida : ditch centerline, said ditch. cen- York. In all respect the Court House. th*' first '\J !

to the world. truly civilized: society. There Bank at Starke Starke. terllne passing .over and across required to appear on $ FURTHER ORDERED. Monday in the month of February, ,
police be millionaires Florida. I E% of NW I.. of HW 1-4 and a F.'u"rr.a.. 1942 In the above ADjTDJ AND DKCKE18U that 1942 which I I. the 2nd day of Feb '

u. the quiet mistress may fewer BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED rt"" 4noof NW 1-4 of NW 1-4 of pl. seeks and cause, wherein I. Handelnman a, mar- mary A. D. l.f. i' ""
when this is over, but there that an election bo ami the same sSv aid Section 15 aa fol County divorce Bradford nbebe, and she I is h Dated this day of December
wet household have la hereby called to be held at the lows: Begin on the South boundary Order In Telegraph shall publish this decreed to tree dealer In A. D 1941.OFFICIAL. llt >
in the world of cats stro. will probably be fewer poverty Bradford County Court House. of said F.'t of NWK,of HW% at Issues. r..p..ct. and hereby granted er( PEAL) A. J. Thomas /, 1
re .stricken slums and t pale Starke. Florida on the 27th day of a point 16 feet West ef the SB seal al I..nefOne"n'I official l lo"n.e in accordance. with t Clerk Circuit Court. Bradford J''
must 'do your bit topuflt January. A. D.," 184f. to determine cot ncr 'ther..of.n4 t""l'rtth....>rir. 6lb .. Jan. of her pvtltlon. County State of Florida
: of a chaos into which the children looking with bewild-- whether said bond. shall be Issued North 0 degree 49. .* cary(OFFICIAL, 1942. IT IS FURTIIKIt ORDERED J r'1.1.4t.l1 .
ered heartless world. as herein. described and that at fret; thence North SO degrees 17'We.t A HIOAT) A. J Thomas ADJU1X1KD _AND DIOCltKKD that .
S and stupidity of the na- eyes on a such election the question to bo 67627 feet; thence North Clerk of said Court l-* 4 130 Uertrude ii. Blnd.lllman. a married "

erseas have drawn us. submitted shall. ba For Bond. and 20 degrees 03' West 605 feet; woman. I* h.reby ." to itS CIRCUIT COURT BIIADKORn
"Against Bonds," and thence North 60 degree 44 West iv r.nr"IT rornr. JSUAIFOltfl take thane of and control her COUNTY. KI.OIIIIJAI IN .
5 talked world brotherhood come from just one man. You Bid IT FURTHER RESOLVED 3011.11 feet to end l of dlti-h 'the rOIIMTY, FLORIDA IN" CMAMCKHY. estate, to contract and be. contracted CII T. (1"' I

ace, world distribution of would feel yourself heavily burdened that there be and are hereby appointed strip of hint herein de."tlbed"Bnl'tlnlng : with to sue and ba aued C... No. IrtOI ,1.//

bitlei and necessities 20go. if you had a wife a boy and and designated" the following 02(1( acre, more or less Cane No. 1TOB and to bind herself In all respect Alberta 140.1.)? licker, PI..lnlt. ,,1
as Inspectors. of auch election. PARCEL NO 4-H. R. p. NO 60 James L. Walton, Plaintiff au* fully as If she. were unmarried.IT vsu :
But nobody meant thoseor girl an old,mother. an occasional to-wit: AND NO.. 11II v.. IH FURTIIKIl I ) William A. Baker, Defendant. ;;'
took Inter- maid. a car a home insuranceand That portion of NW 1-4 of NW Orace Walton. Defendant. ADJUDOKD ANU lihlCHIOMD: Jl.( ORDER OK '
tb.e' slightest Don 1... Hoover I* D. nreen and 1-4 of HW 1-4 of Section 25 L ; :
J. L. Peek and Albert W. Anderson OHDRIt OF PIIT'LICATIOV a copy of this Decree shall ba published NOTICM TO rAND :1.
elr fulfillment; blockades taxes to maintain; and believe Township 5 South Rang. 2aEa..t. I STATE OK to
NOTICE TO for four consecutive weskein :
Sr. aa Clerk of such election APPEAR FI.nIVA Ii,
mandatory were me. in the face of the clouds darkening lying within 11 feet of STATE OF FLORIDA She Bradford Telegraph, A. Baker ". WII.m
ri powers all of whom are hereby determinedto ditch centerllne to-:: Grace : ,.,
aced; children starved and over the world today your ba duly qualified therefor. t..rln. passing. ; .a1 and across cen- k Walton,", whose realdenc la "Un a newspaper of "'': circulationpublished February You are 2nd required to appear oa ,,t \,
H In
nown In I a r Bradford 1942 the above '
there and fathers went mad man doe.. One of you, or better. BB' IT FURTHER. RESOLVED NW 1-4 of SW 14 and a You are required to County, Florida. first publication named Curt and cau .. wherein1 :'
the of
that Secretary said Boardbe of
nge. two of you ought to be helping out. and Is hereby directed to cause SW portion 1-4 of said NW Section 1-4 of NW 25 as 1-4 fol-of February 2nd 1942, In .ppe.r the above on .h.1 h* on the 9th day of plaintiff divorce. Bradford '.:,

( conditions will be repeated in however modest a fashion. the feregolngr resolutions and the lows: Begin on the South boundary named Court and cauae, wherein January, I>', 1942 of and acid the County Order In Telegraph shall publish this ,
plaintiff on the day o next four
Notice of Special Election hereinafter of said EL, of NW .ekll dlvorc Bradford : weekly Issue
_ year when the war Is Share the Burden. set out to be published I In HW 1-4 at a point 15 fet f fof County: Telegraph. shall publish this This Order shall take effect on WftneM my hand and official I''
the who the Bradford County { Order In next four 7th of February A. D. 1942. upon aeal at Mark. Florida this De- ,'
Telegraph weekly
men are respon- a the SE corner Issue
One woman in my neighborhood th..of. Witness the filing of pioof of publIcaton amber 27th, l4l.OVFICIAL I,
duly qualified newspaper published run thence North and official I
it are not dealing honestlyI went to a contractor and had him at Starke In Bradford County West 11283 feet: thence degree North seal at Btarke Florida this De- a* provided In thiN ( ; SEAL) A. 3. Thoma. ., "

peoples now. and are not turn her big top-story Into an independent ,:11r and that such publication 50 degrees 17* Went 67627 feet: oemBer 21, 1941. required by the Htatutea of the. Chaa. Am. Clerk of .
of four ; (OFFICIAL State of Florida In suth oceaN made Ha .
phange afterward. No. they a period consecutive thence North 20 degree 08' West 60S HEAL) A. 3 R
flat, With a.roofed outer weeks beginning on the f.et: thence North ..' degrees 44 A* Clerk of Thom. and provided for lpl. 1-2-U-1-23 : '
., wealthy and unpunished stairway. Bath kitchen fittings and 26th day of December 1941 and West en If of ditch. Humphrey. Motley ...DONI AND ORDRRKI) In Cham

did 20 ;years ago leaving stairway were the main expense; said Notice. of Election being: The Y'el.finJo herein described Atty for Pif. 1.I-U.l.U 7th day. of Starke .Iorldab.thin, 1942.the InT CIRCUIT COURT BRADFORD

land ruin and bitter change Notice Is hereby given that a containing 0.1 aon* more or A. Z.: Adklns, Judge. OOlfNTY, KI.OHIUA. IN CIIAN47MMY. -
stove and plumbing cost her $912. Special Election hereby called lea. "- Pv .
|the rest of us to face. But the husband who had been _n/f 111 Ko .-.. III't the Bradford Ala CIRfITir FLORIDA rnnnT. IHA lit n.nwn 1-9 4t LJO Irn..t Lllr. Plaintf. v*. Bunny S
'e Family Unafraid. Countl'nCo-u rt Houae; Starke. Florida A strip of land lO-'lfeet Kat (OVNT. t HAN. < Case
getting $8 a day:: was now getting within said Special Tax School and Went by 348.< feet. North CIiY. Taae IV CIRCUIT (o.'n1. BRADFORDroUNTY No. I72S.OKDRR.
(share is to make the little $16 and sometimes more and she District. No.. 3 of Bradford County and South In the Southwest corner Gilbert H. N. 1TM IN CHAM* OK PUBLICATION

: U your family and if pos- could this off and did this Florida on the. 27th day of January of NW 1.4 of NW 1-4 of Dankmyer, Plaintiff CERY AND NOTICB TO APPEAR S
pay pay A. D., 1942. and during the SW 1-4 of Section 26. Township 'a.Margaret Paul rt 'Cooner,_ Plalntlt. v.. Lllll ITA'rI OK FLOUIDA to: Bunny
and :
group. off, at the rate of something more hour. prescribed .y law for bolding Sutb. Range 22 East.. Dankmyer Defendant Mae Cooner Case No. ia Loolalr, whoa) ,
Begin this very day:: to than $100 a month. general electlona, at which I each of you. are hereby ORDER OF PUBLICATION AND 1159. Unknown. r..I".no S
{:your house into a place to election the qualified electors who commanded to be and appear In the NOTICE TO APPEAR ORDER OK PtmLICATION? You are required to appear on
Then she furnished It, buying new. are freeholders residingIn said Circuit Court In and for, Bradford STATE OF FLORIDA to: Mar.garet AND NOTICn TO APPEAR February 1. 1943. In the above

man and children love toit curtains but otherwise merely:: ex district shall. by their vote deter- fng.rIOJdJuert Ottic. of Dankmyer, whose rtaldtnc HTATB OF FLORIDA to: Lllll name Court and cause, wherein
night No worry no fears downstairs mine whether The Board of Publlo > In the In "Unfcnqwn. Mae. Cooner, whoso rosluencn. I* _k. divorce. Bradford
tractlng from the 12 rooms Instruction of Bradford County City of Starke Bradford County, You are required to appear on Unknown.You County Telegraph shall publish this
plalnln,. no violent discus- such tables chairs and bedsas Florida, on behalf of amid SpecialTa Florida on er before the 26th day February 2nd 143. In the above are required to appear on Cider ta next four weekly Issue*.

[public affairs at your tabled she could This apartment School District No. I shall Issue of to named Court cause, wherein February 2nd., 1942 In the above WltnM my hand and official
simre. bonds In the sum of $$35,000 what 2t or plaintiff seek divorce. Bradford named Court and cause, wherein seal. at Htarke. Florida, this January -
your fireplace. Just rents for $75 a month and she says ''In accordance with the foregoing yon, a'Y3'tt'I..Dinlr and to County Telegraph ..hal publish thl* plaintiff seek divorce. Bradford 8th.. 1942.
(age of a woman whose fore- she could rent three of them. resolution and a. described there any :; described par Order In next Issues County shall publish thlllOrdWt (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J .Thomaa

lave faced lOll and change taken three back in. eel of land and to .hoW cause. why Wltn*!. my hand and,official T.I"Kr.rh= weekly Issues. A* Clerk ot sail Court 1-9 I 1-10
Now she has O. C'. Kelly moved tha adoptionof the) name should taken for seal at Starke Florida this December and official T. Frank Landrem Stark, Fla., '
win bear, her own shore, rooms on the second Boor-yes, the said. resolution which waa seconded the.> ui>.. and purposes set. forth In 31. 134!. .Iorl.a. this January Alt?. for Plf. \

urden when and If it tomes. boys' both her boys are In by J. 8. Norman and said ssld Petition, a* right of (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. 3. ThomaaAm ., 1942OFFICIAL .
| "I will be afraid of nothing"st rooms resolution w.. put ta a vote and way, drainage tjL'. and borrow Clerk of aald Court ( SEAL) A..1. Thomas TI 8IElJL ; : !
the service. But she won't let herself unanimously 1 adopted with all members pita: for a portion of Nathan Bchevlts, Jacksonville. Flu. A. Clerk of said Court. 1-9 41 1.3e
rule. Your faith will afkry worry or grieve: she says she of said Board present and State. .Road No. 121. designated a* Atty for Plf. i.itt.i.ElIN J. S. Cowlrs, Jacksonville, .1.. Stbud 'I:

member of your family. i never thought life was easy and voting "Aye" and none "Nay." ProJ.t shown 5602 on a.said I oca tod, aurveY6 Atty.: for Plf.IV La due Btarke 11:15 P. J I ;' .

ren if death Is going to be that .she thanks God for aU the ("'orpo..I'I..al' ) S. B. SPARKS. herelnabovereferred to map* or 01 rmcrrr COURT. BRADFORD 9:24: A h.*
Chairman of the Board of Public "efaul CIRCUIT BRADFORD
hare mar b* entered against ; COUNTY, KLORIUA. IN CUANCBHY. eol'n1. Miami 10:43 \ ..
and the boy .doesn't you. : M.
;yean she had her sons. She is turning Instruction of Bradford County. WITNESS my hand.* Clerk of, eOU'TY. IM CHAN* ,

ome from the wars face it. these three rooms into a altUn,. Florida the Circuit Court In and for Bradford Ruth V. Davids, Plalntft. v. John CIR Y. Northbound rl
trillion American mothers and kitchen and W. Hx MTODLBTOI-T County Florida, and the deal r ) .' ... No. 1712.ORDER H.. Ilat.y. Plaintiff, Vocal duo Btsu-ka : "
t room, bedroom Superintendent of Publlo Instruction of said thia' the SVd day OF 6.2; PM': '
beside you. Life won't ever they:: are so pleasant clean and of Bradford County Florida of Court. IV1941: at Stark AND NOTIPB PUBLIATION APPIAH Zenol Slatterjr, Defendant. a 6 twrond du ) ; IHi

for any; ;of us to what it .nn.... lut face it and to love for ; ; fora said Board. OFFICIAL SEAL) J. A. J. Thomas. Da"ld" whose residence I* Number NOlrJ APPEAR beyond due __ 3:28 M.StarkA i :
iiiu. rented P. .
are hi the suite Is flTATK OF" FLOWTBA Clerk of Circuit Cr.' 1n" and for Springfield Avenue, NewProvidence I FLORIDA to: ZenolBlattery :

Irho are left and who will two-year term. COUNTY or BRADFORD Bradford .. New Jrrser. whose residence I. on- and Bell branch 101 '

ass, will luJfet less if you I. W. E. Mlddleton, a* Superintendent T., prank Land rum. You are required I' appear on known. 7 A.- No. 101
This woman strong, confident of Public Instruction and Attorney for Petitioner February 1, 1942. toe abovenamed You are required. to appear .. leave J arrive j.r j.rIG .

(show a. smiling face, learn. capable. Is ready for anything. Are e.-<>"lolo fleoretar-y 'ot> The- Board STATE OF FLORIDA Court February 2nd, In. the above 1'. iC daily except Sunday.
|the unbearable. husband of Public Instruction ef.BradfordCounty. COUNTY OF. BRA DKORD 'plaintiff k.8 I c.W named > Court 4.1'cal e; whrln. g
second ;you? Does :your: come Florida DO HBRKBY: CERTIFY I I. A. J Thorns// Clerk of the ountJ Telegraph pJlnUt aeekg. and no other
rule:- Get out home to an atmosphere of peace that above and foregoing Clr"lt Court of the Wlghfh Judi rt Issue Telegraphshall

|Whatever your income is, helpful planning? Is his : Is a, u''n correct copy and .Ial( .. la and for Bradford :"n.on"n' official putlI.hthi.o'nr 1 In next Wake Up !
... .
courage seal !
exactly: two-thirds of.itpuy recital of the acts resolutions andproceeding's County. Florida do hereby certify at January ."" Americans'I '
:: about what would happen I. 1942. Witness ;
mind at ease of aald Board relativeto thaI the above and fo".a"ln. I* a and official I
:: a little farm and when if he became Incapacitated: ? approving petition determining and correct copy (OFFICIAL BEAD A. J .Tnoma seal at ..mF-hnd thl* 31st ,
it, buy:: smother to rent. amount and maturities of bond, In Eminent Domain Proceedingsiseoed A* Clerk of said Court .-' 4t 1-30 of December 1941. Wake up. A1.1''S
Old Way Gone Firm calling election and appointing of- pn the Jlrd dar of Deeem- '. 0. H. Wlt..n. Jackaoavlll. Fla.Atty. (OFFICIAL BEAD A. 3. canal
feet solidly;: on the ground notice h..... >. To. ,
flclala.I and giving of election A. T 1941, In .the case of Pi. Am Clerk of 1
it is coming; for each one of That old way is gone forever. ButI : frfuly paaseci and ;. ; Bradford County a Political flub. John 3 Hendereon. <

can take care of a neighborS believe in my:: heart that new light said 'The Board of Publlo In..truo.tlon division' of the Brat .f FI.rld.. nr rtRCvrr COURT. BRADFORD Ally for Plf. 1.2-4t-I.1 I Ae'*
of Bradford County Florida. and W. M Tf. Ip
the blackness of E..srd. talrm"n. COI'NTY.' FLORIDA llf CHAN answer out .:
to do Itthen. Cut down is shining behind at a regular mooting duly adjourned (Otaataln OHarrell CERY.Aubrey IU
ere ;you: can. these clouds and that in GOdS good to and held on tha 22nd and P. D. Reddish .mem- H. Welt. Plaintiff, vs. Ot CIRCUIT COURT BRADFORD over the word '
break through. I think day of ZMcembor. 1941 a. the is meappear bare comprisingtne' > ..ntlr. Board Ifaael Marion Well. Defendant. COUNT C11AN-
;your Income' 1 Is inflated tune it In the Minutes of said Tb. ofCounty Commls"lon.r. .f Bradford Case No. sTrery citizen must 4
I much we know more of the suffering of Board of Publlo Instruction of County, a 11.OJDER IrvlnR.. Oi vlow.. Plalnttf. v..
larger than it Was beme p"It..1 PUBLICATION the TJnited State
the world than we once did and that Bradford County. Florida, ,of December of the B ate of < {juhlvl.IO' 0. TO APPEAR B.rha Po..1 C ..- I A
activities began. If that 12. 194L v*. Charles Din At. r> OTATK OF FLORIDA dapt.I Ng'F 1713. to them
again willingly:: tolerate n.'tAwt. to: H..I ORDER PUBLICATION 81 ,Ytl-k ,
to .never f onif ant Common '
live we s. Caao
as simply as before IN WITNESS WTTETtKOF I have Marlon Wells 19 ". ., AND NOTICE TO APPEAR nd '
est In national bonds, or In the crowding the cold the hunger hereunto Mt my hann and the official 1692: aa the eame appears; on file Cranston. Rhode. I.J.d."Brwo OF FLORIDA to: Bertha w W money.
In this office. ATI
w acres of real estate that and poverty:: that the world has so Public.al Instruction of said Th flf. Board Bradford of W1TMEH8 my fis>n4',t and official February You ar*S. 142. In the appear above on Street. ?Clvn.e. 104 Heat. I7* b D part: Buy United

Pay; maymean cellar fun long takea for ".nted. County, Florida, mt etsrke, Braolford seal a. "t*rk..J Bradford County. named Crt and cause, Tou, ar: New Tork. J Dafena Bonda and S
.. "r.ln *
appear on
own applet and squashes We may.live more simply but it County. F lor Ma. the S2n4' ,day 11..I. if of December. 1941.Official County Telegraph shall publish this named) abv 8taap at roar poet oc*. bank,
will be more happily:: too we can vnwwvc'i' nAL) ,. Thomas cause
aloes, closet shelves filled ( float) W. B MTDtT..5NflSuperintendent Or l-r In next four weekly-' plaintiff sqeke. dIvrce.lDsadferd
old day of contrasted of PublloIntru.,. AK r\ r .*"*" BradfordCounty. > : or sartoaand loan agiodatlon.Oat .
served berries and .fruit,, f.el.thet the : Witness my hand and crr1 County Telegraph shall publish this)
luxuries and miseries is over. aad tine Ma. and of B:*-: r.l..c't.-o! ; : : : of- :.u'i >6-t-l-83, earl seal at Bth.Starke 1942.. Florida. Order Witness In nextfour my hand weekly and Isouea.official Oaftaiae Staoxpg: .your re

ow for-a third rule: See men have leaned that tbe real The Board nf Public Insrmetlon 1% eprriT rotmr. DRAIPAflCOiTwTY (OFFICIAL SEAL) A .Themas. seal at Utarke. Florida, thIs Jaa- tall stars ee'

family lac'tfth* does' dot tlefaes of Hf. lies in sharing. of Bradford County il Flor- FLORIDA IM CHANAatkony Am Clerk of said I.' It 1.1 ear? 6th., 1949. r U Cn bJ'a
(4*. - cu.y T. Frank Landrum. Mark. (OFFICIAL DEAL) J..Tn _*ai &- ,
(CORl'ORA.1'JII IIZAL) J a..olp.'Plaintiff, vs. .Atty. for Plf. A* Clerk of said A 1-' t I-Si




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''I' Assemble Largest Air Corps Recruit Class RURAL Don't Be an Axis Partner!


%!! ODMl MORE BEEF NEEDED .. :' : '
Cattle raisingIs one of Flor- THE RUMOR MONGER. eo \
ida's oldest and most Important DUTY "
p,5--c--l| A C&IlTAIN BUJ.TYJ 't NE DODGE
d x d' Industries and anything which affects > A paiSMOOP.. MIMB VWOTDLO MV OU.MV PCACt, I CANT BB BOTMEBGDKAKINft
sib" .it
it la of no little WE16-M00B. THAT TUB PACIFIC PtEBT"t CROSS
the entire elate. Consequently, > Been SUNK Oft.FATHER BUMD1BS igB FOR= ( BlllTAlN
a recent statement Secretary of TUB "JAPS'", MAO on. Sew ron. tItMA On.
: Wickard sent to Flor- ALASKA ANY i P N e
Agriculture ITAKEN! l E
LL00J\ ida's USDA Defense Board Chair- uxzi
man H. G. Clayton is of 'wide- / ; ARE ALL SET : N dpglLLy

Jf. spread interest.. ID MISSISSIPPIVALLEY oM I e.III!' / M

The Secretary* says there Is -
DEATH accidents:
danger ahead fox'cattle producers Buzz' ruOYCue
A year ago, when everybody wasu if herds continue to increase. 9.JZ :'"
making flne-sounding resolutions r '4'1 At the sometime he pointed out %

: for member 1941 there accomplishment was a lot of, Ire.to-do that more beef i* needed in this 4 I% 6uzz-q

about all of the thing which were country during; 1942. So there la
going to be done to prevent motor double reason for slaughtering: r
accident during. 1M1. more animals-even some of the
Police leader, politicians Insurance breeding I :an I mala-this',year.
companies, traffic engineer'all), w The number of cattle and
school leader and newspapers baa s
suggestion galore IN calves on American
were making.
+ Now the result are in-and 1941 been increasing rapidly for the
j' proved to be by tat the blackest last four years and Is now closeto
year in history for traffic deaths, r the record peak of 74 million "
ti.i i traMc Injuries and accident costa, head just before the disastrous THE "WOAfW 1t" "ThEICMINER.
Here are the amazing results, AIM Y.IT Aw/Put.-AtNT TMff WAO.TERAtBLff ?
which even dwarf most figures on 1934 drouth. "The danger of another I'a'4N'r rrve SACKS OP SUGAR, I PON1 SGd4IOW I'M ecWG-TO BevW.W WuMfl.ITS
p period with excessive numbers TGN POUKlPS OP COFFEE SI* CAMS
war casualties: 40,000 death by rem oils Of SHORTENING- (INCREASED --J
IHs traffic accident; J,IiOOOOO Injuries; Largest troop of u. S. army air ever assembled and several years of ruinous I VII644CR. COST 1 ,|-' i OP LW1Nre --
m $2,000,000,000 accident cost 1,190 American youths, march from recruiting office on Governor's! prices cannot be headed off with- WiIATR4srlucrl0MS.. -j UCOJS -
This year most of us are more Inland with New York's famous skyline forming dynamic backdrop. out Increased marketing of cows ,, 1 Poi4'r owe RcsralaloreS lr T44GRC CVE1tYw11rd2E.-

concerned with the protection of our and heifers," warns the Secretary.He I4 wwxT TWT RESTRICTIONS Nis OpNuuT47uE 1 Flw: 50LLAH.Pf) .
and families against: bombs Mass Production following four 60VGRNMENf SA4j
homes Flying Fortresses in suggests the NOR DO I CARE/eoUT 'iOICnF DENS AUD
t' than we are with traffic problems. things for cattlemen: 1. Market TUff PUBLIC GOOD-- NOW'M' OVEB.'MCMTum
f But If* a safe bet that, no matter I um us
attacks this country "",* more cows and betters to prevent VM COIN*TO CRT.
what unexpected fro Buy
might sulfer-no bombings, no further increases* 'in cattle num- MIME- IAhdlu.Aa
sabotage and no fifth column activities bers. 2. Pay..or indebtednessnow I
Ali':I can possibly approach the while price'and1 demand are o / I IJr
damage to life and property which 'good so as to''avoid the danger
/;,,1 we are certain to suffer from attacks of having to pay big"debts at low tom

'Ji. drunken by driver speeding and automobiles careless pedeitrlnrs. >, prices by culling- out and selling

3g; undesirable animals while demand Awl
\ l Is good. 4. Keep livestock num- T
i, LAWS .. violations bers in balance'with normal feed

.f Traffic accident are so common supplies.In .
that most of u* have become hardened .If
)''i to them. We take for granted addition to the necessity of

,I that every week or so we will hear ,,.:w..C. .r supplying the ..Nation's armed .
y $ ..? 4 workers abund- f 24peanuts. g.. -11' J
jl\i4 j\.. of some friend or acquaintance who ""trl' orces and with an
has been hurt in an automobile accident ant ration of meat, the Secretarycalls -
t It's Just part of the weekly r
attention to fact con-
;; newlike marriages. analversa- ,6R lK3 i b'k""f are a good source of sour. Jelly, jam and honey
I:}:{ lift and death from natural causes v.ara : L.w"iyOJ- n sumers will have more purchasing phosphorus and also carry appreciable blend well with peanut butter. AUTO PARTS
When we are driving ourselves, power this year than they amounts of both calcium Chill sauce, green tomato or oth-
1i l' we take for granted we will see ,have had for a long time and
and 'Iron all important die- er relishes, add a tart zestful
,'"''J some accidents now and then. We larger quantities;.of beef can be USED TIRES (W.J"A VII
essentials for health taste. delicious
tary So For a wholesome,
Rfr I'' also take for granted (even though sold wlthout.deprea.lng prices. YOUR SIZE), GENERATOl9AUTO ,
we may curse them) that we will and general well-being, let's use spread blend 1-2 cup peanut but- GLASS CASH FOR
I meet a lot of careless drivers on That Florl ,*.producers will cooperate more peanut and peanut prod- ter with 1-2 cup honey. Then CABS AND TRUCKS IN AN

the road, that we will see constant loyall I*,with the program add one half cup thin cream and CONDITION.
; traffic violations by other motorIsts j is ,indicated' IgfrtyfurM" >. obtainedin ucts.Peanut butter 10 the delight of
-and the mort honest of us will | the recenfrt\arm plan sheet mix thoroughly. Delicious for
modern children. It forever silenced Used Autos
$I admit to almost dilly violations on sign-upswbelj'eathh' farmer was sandwiches, hot, toast, and bis- $25 up

h.1: our law violation own part particularly speed asked to ,estirdat.::the\ amount of the of peanuts.It protest .of the indigestibility cuit. HASKINSAUTO

I I IIt different products he could fur
In fact a lot of us feel sort of is rather a new product, after -
1942. Florida's in PARTS
nish In goal
priggish about obeying. speed laws. Pictured above Is an Interior view of the Boeing Aircraft company all. At least, grandmothernever SIIEAKFKR'S SKBIP. INK -
Not wanting to be stlck-ln-the- at Seattle Wash., showing a portion of the "Flying Fortresses" on the cattle and calf slaughter of 65- carried a butter Pta. 91 Qts. $ .' -BRADFORD North of Town on Road U
::1mud./ ., we Join the speeding throng production line. The plant Is now operating foil blast and last month 055,000: pounds was far exceeded sandwich school. Peanut but- COUNTY TKLEGRAPH.
;/ driving. merrily along uM road.I il had beaten its own accelerated delivery schedules by 70 per cent. when producers said they could to -
which are each year smeared with slaughter 230,811 animals. If ter of the: smooth: or granular

t i: more blood than a battlefield. Crossing the Pacific in ConvoySoldiers these animals average 400 poundsIn type is eaSY; to make at home. BOREE FUNERAL HOME
Roast to rich tan but be
careful -
'TICKETS' . Jail weight, this will give the a
I\ not to ecorcn. Do not remove FULL LINE UNDERTAKERS' SUPPLIES
of beef.
country 92,324,400 pounds
It is estimated that 70
per cent 'sT red skins, as these add to
aN of the traffic accidents In 1941 happened r PROMPT
the thlamin value of the product. AND COURTEOUS SERVICE
'Ill while a driver was violating HINTS FOR TilEHOUSEIIQLD
a trafllo law. It a smootH producers< preferred
,:::1! That fact points the way to what use the nut grinding or finest Phone 134, StarkeSMITH'S

(' must be done aud what eventually blade of the food chopper and
1 will be done to cut down the slaughter PKANUT BUTTER grind two Or three times or until
1'\I,; on the highway. The chief solution While peanuts long have been butter is fine and granular but

i will be real law enforcement known to be a rich source of not pasty. For each cup of nuts

,, with heavy penalties for violations protein and fat, It only recently used, sprinkle over one teaspoon
"' If every driver knew that "a ticket" has been revealed what a valuable of salt after the first grinding.
would be apt to mean the lost. contribution tfiey{ 'make toward Pack closely in jars, removing; 4NRff7JPI
of his license, if he knew that reckless
i t driving was subject to a jail good nutrition ;in our every day all air bubbles. Keep in cool
I term and that having a friend who diets. Chemists have now found place.
i I I knows the judge. wouldn't help- that peanuts rank among the rich-I It Is best to make it often rather -
,;' that realization alone would be apt est natural sources of thiamln, than to make a supply for l

'9( to cut down accidents per cent I (vitamin B3, ribotflavin, and ni- several months which might deteriorate Do Your Trading
No column like this
scare pictures
i 111 cotlnlo acid. Indeed, it is highly Before it is used up.
1. of accidents no boring talks I ,
k; to schools or clubs on trafllc accidents probable that peanuts also maybe If both the Spanish and the Vir- where 6 pieces Rogers Silverware aw

are going to help much un- found to be good sources of ginia variety are at hand, use given away with every $40 in trade
rr lei the law holds a big club over other members, of the B-vitamin twice as many Virginia peanutsas or certificates.
the head of the motorist We ought : group because they usually occur Spanish. j
to all be pretty well convinced of together in plant materials and The peanut butter sandwich Are Redeemed

I that For we have all heard this because mature seed in general.are filling is at its best when In Cash oi. GARAGE
\ accident story over and over again sailors and civilians, all passengers ire shown relaxing combined Tea ,
I I' ;yet each year the death toll mount on deck ef one of the ships recently crossing the Pacific In convey. good sources of most of thin with something crisp, something 8TAnKEt FLORIDA
4 \ : The protection of life and proper. The wearing of lifebelts at all times was compulsory. group 'of vitamins. In addition. I sweet or with something

f ty i* one of the fundamental pur- -
\: pones of law and of law enforcement .
4 agencies. Most all of us may
contribute at one time or another I I ABOVE HULLABALOO
/ to tho danger of the highways-but : t (. ,
,''I' i' it seems to be up to our lawmaking : IvlotI
i'' bodies and our policemen to I "... a ,
,; make us behave /:

BLAME . defense ')Uo Refreshment

I Personally, I don't rememberever
bearing anyone accept the
; blame for an automobile accident By LYTLE HULL
f I've heard dozen of<< people ten
.1.! ," me about their accidents. They- tell Mr. .Bellya heAt
in detail, about how they were driving
along at a normal speed when the time this i I. being writtenwe British people "jell"-and stay tells IIITI1t9h1'7
suddenly a fool driver did such and "men in the street" don't know "jeU'd"-when the country I* in
j such and they, just couldn't avoid the whereabouts of the United trouble. Amerloa wins wars because -
kitting. him. The '''001 dxivec" is :States Beets and some of us are her people do the same thing..
always the other guy furious with our government for not The German armies didn't lose the
t But lust as it takes two. to makea keeping us (and Hitler and Japan) First World war-the German people
light it also takes two to makean informed on this subject How- lost it when they got discouraged
automobile accident, and the we s.k-does the government expect and began to "pull apart"
chances are that in the majority of to win this war if we don't The famous strikes in the muni
case both are contributors toward know what our fleets are doing. ? tions plants started their ball rolling -
(? r the accident The other man may And why didn't the navy' submarines downhill. If the peopl. of a
be driving like a fool but if ;you blow up every lap transport nation win tick Mildly behind their _
t were driving slower or nearer your which came within sight of the Philippines government matter how badly
j' aide of the road, or weren't ab- ? And why didn't we also thing may from time to tune appear -
sorbed with the radio program per. land a hundred or two thousandmen to be going-that nation will
haps you could have scrambled out on those Islands and drive the win any war unless It is pitted
of the way of the fool driver bllnkety-blank yellow blanks into against an equally determined people
Mr at of the .ea? .
us ought to know by this
;. time that there are always a lot of Everyone-Including the Japanese One of the surest ways to discourage
fool drivers on the road. There high command-would like to a people and to get them pullIng s
11' fore, It isn't enough to just drive know the answers to such questions, apart is to criticUe every move
carefully and say: "11 I get hit but we lust can't be told everything their government makes-or doesn't
it's the other driver's fault" In which I la going on if we ex- make-in time of war. Seldom does
+ addition to obeying the right of the pect to win this war. Secrecy of the critic understand what he is
road yourself you must be ship and troop movements I. almost talking! about for jt U Impossible
{y t pared defend yourself pre-I as essential a* are the troop for him to' knew anything about the ,
r;, dangerous driver who may always and chips themselves. If the enemy closely! held secret' knowledge
be approaching; around the: next knew beforehand what we were which the government possesses.
t curve. going to do-It wouldn't be long He probably Comldn't fight sue
14 A lot can be done by the police. before the entire dictator outfit was cessful engagement with Un sol _
A lot more probably will be done dining In the White House-as host dices but he often has a loud voice Pa u s eGo
1'' by them. But meanwhile lef ail I There are of course a few simple and people will listen to him-.if t' ,f'
of us be constantly on guard to question which we can all answer. only to keep their ears warm. \ refreshedeca
keep out of the way of those We know for instance that the Let us remember this when we
flu ers who ought to be In jail navy can't load up a lot of trans read or hear these croaking ravens:
aren't. drlv.1 I ports and sail gaily and
i openly off The government is In a position to
Many a tombstone is to sea without running an almost understand the broad situation
-a, the grave of a man who wasn't at certain risk of destruction. So If which faces this country and its al ,..
fault. any of our troop are on the nigh- lies-and Mr. Bellyacher U not The
seas we may rest assured that government knows best how to han-
Infant Williamson decked they are not traveling In Bag-be dle that situation-and Mr. Belly Drink,Icsxold. Coco-C Clla. Taste Its delicious goodness. Enjoythe
publicized armadas. We acher does not. The government '

Mildred Agnes Williamson. 13- know and our that bomber we can't over send to our Japan navy is through doing victoriously its utmost and U we will stand pull,o&us. happy after-sense of refreshment It brings. By lust this ex

day-old daughter of Mr and Mn. tomorrow or the day after-and ,idly back of It through all the "thfsk
blow 1>erIenceof complete refreshment millions have
Wiley 'Williamson from near those islands off Rand Me- and thins" which its bound to ; come to wel-

:. :,1 Starke,' died of bronchial pneumonia locked Nally's congressmen map as some used of our to land-suggest :Let come.us keep But Mr.our Bellyacher-ears warm some n'" come the quality of CocoCoIothe quality of tie reel tUng.6miD 5?

Wednesday.. She was We know that It is going to i other way than by listening to -
bur led in take time and patience and clever
Cemetery dreary'growler We all know we
under the direction of DeWltt.. C. ness whhh and secrecy to win a war for I eUdn'ti Viet off to.. *'- uMoit AUTHOiiTV or THI, coCA'COtA"coMfAMr s Y
Jones. Britain we'were not fully prepared. ,but It probably a long1 race, and STARKE COCA-COLA You trust its quality
1 wins war, because the I that's the kind we run best BOTTLING CO.



JANUARY 23 1948

I \ Sn :Jke :: -eminine Side Skirt New Design Fashion Plays Role *:,to '<


Prints Make Their AppearanceWith Hemlines Take On Added) JL/.'

I' )
Bright Floral Patterns


PARENTHOOD Each season fashion interest 1 II

focused on some particular phase' of ,

By CHERIE NICHOLAS costume de aim. One year its

sleeve, another year it's pocket,

then again its blouse top and

bodice Necklines too. make an 4
I, .... CATHERfMK CONRAD EDWA1DSAasockrie exciting fashion gossip but speaking

EdUec Vowkle MaeodMYOUR for the immediate present, its c '
skirts that are staging\ the drama. 'Ji. \

BOY OR GIRL COLLEGE MATERIAL The very fact: that the vagariesof I '-I l

4v skirts are so many may be takenas
e =
lot the bardeat things for a him for a well-adjusted adult life. a good omen for it carries the :

to accept ia the limitation Most of u. are agreed that whatever promise of Individualized styling 3 ijl'i
I son or daughter. Mother the elementary schools mayor which assures becomingness to each

great deal more capable of may not accomplish in bringingout figure. There really Is no arbitrary

king faults and making theo the capacities of boys and girls, ruling in regard to skirts at the iIo i\\

compensating virtues that colleges should educate. In moment. Just now there is a general ,
I is one of the reason whys other words granted that an ele discussion as to whether skirt "

are Indispensable. Buts mentary education Is the right of shall be longer or continue short
sphere In which both everyone the colleges should
one not
r whether they shall be slim full
ts and fathers should be real. be cluttered up with young men and
children' capabili- women who will whether Interest shall center in the
out their inevitably fail In
d that Is in the field of highNation. their courses or skim through front or back whether pleats will ,,

somehow without really knowing persist and so on. Probably the ,
frig a recent address on the what the work is all about. safest answer is "yes for no matter

ss of universal education the On the other hand every young which aide of the debate you t f'

ir. a prominent public figure person who ran lay honest claimto roll take you'll win since there are as i,

I a moment after describing a love of learning should have a a many exceptions as flora are
eat increase in the number chance to go to college. If the financial irk 4a.vt eWELCOME rules. Invite the Club-Serve Banana-Applo Rings :.
ttege student to add thatr outlook for child r '
sending your Pleats, peplums tiers drapes (Sea Recipes Below) I .
or not this was an ad- Is none too bright discuss with his \
Ee would depend on the use, teachers the possibility of securing pegtops circular cuts, peasant fullness .

young people made of their I for him one of the many scholarships +e pencil slimness drapes Dessert Parties

foon. that are being made availablefor e (drapes to the side are ever so THIS WEEK'S MENU

does not mean that we are ambitious boys and girl without chic). This medley of trends is at "Come over for dessert" has become

ng from the ideal of educa-. the means to continue their the present moment adding Infinite one of the most popular way Tomato-Pea Soup

.every citizen to the maxi.f education. zest and fascination to skirt styling. of entertaining at Breaded Veal Cutlets
But it does
his capacity.
that we are beginning to facet Above all we urge parents to instill And hemlines-watch hemlines! luncheon or after Rlced Potatoes

that not every bright boy early in their children respectfor Some take on a. flounce silhouette. noon meetings of Broccoli
kind of good habits of work. For the bridge or sewing Molded Qlngersle! Salad
I has the ability reI Others "go" harem Some take on
I of those who follow intelleeirsuits. brilliant child who has never learnedto a narrow line because of their wrap. clubs. Your Broiled., Banana-Apple Rlngi
of is discipline himself Is as much of will take
Now. course it guests Cookies Beverage
over styling Other indulge in
_men of the universities to a nuisance in the college classroom there'sthe / a light snack at Recipe Given
scalloped edges. And then
a those who
are immature intellec
their entrance qualifications
home and
skirt at the frontor I
ntly high to eliminate those tually. Parent who try to force' new siren-slim
limited the new prints I the side to better call attention over toyour home I '
_nts who are Intellectually un- young people through college for {I'
f college work or are inader may be only; misguided but gay they are lovely to Intriguing footwear. But the dessert' only. an ambrosial concoction so easy to j 6
prepared But what does parents who fall to conserve native they are everything you want themto sensation of them all Is the new dip Easy? Yes. and a make if* no trick at all Here'a a'' N'

j mean for parents? brilliance by inculcating good character be in the way of chic and refreshing hemline a fashion that Is gaining very successful way of starting out dessert that proves you don't-havel' ,

can* that they should discovJy trait are to be censured. novelty. Its going to be a recognition right along. The short your afternoon. So. take out your to spend hours of cooking and bak-1 I

whether or not their child Often the ability to apply himself moat exciting time for prints from dinner: skirt and the mid-calf dance best recipes for dessert and let's go: ,ing to get a flrst-rat dessert l:"<

fege material or whether some will result in a better educated now on. Not only are they putting iklrt also are furnishing thrills Whatever you have must be at Krlsple Cream Roll.
iional substitute such as individual with or without benefitof in a much earlier than tractive so bring out your nicest

Jkg for an occupation or study college than results when natural usual, but they are appearance strikingly novel trait vividly against navy or black dessert plates and doilies. First idea (Serves 10) I IH4 jr 1<
arts- or actual experience onbb talent has moral cups whipping cream ,
no stamina to in both color and design. grounds. Such on our list today are these broiled
designs as scattered B marshmallow
may not better prepare back it up.
Banana-Apple Rings which will
Smartly in keeping with the vogue I rose or tulip prints vie for Vi cup honey .I ,; :
for popularity with polka-dot ypur table in dessert perfection i
bright touches to add warmth extravagant mixtures H cup chopped dates r

Winter-White end color to the winter wardrobe of many-colored exotic blooms. : Vi cup chopped nutmeats

charming rayon prints are appearing See the stunning dress worn by Broiled Banana-Apple Rings. 3Va cups oven-popped rice cereal 1'' ,
QMSEIOM in such an out-of-the-ordinary the figure seated on arm of chair (Serve 6 I) >;" 1 1Y.
Whip cream until stiff reserving 1':
assortment that they set a new highin as shown to the left in the picture. 1 cup sugar
1V4 Cut marshmallows
-1 restful color and originality. The luxurious rayon crepe used H cup water cup.
for this newest and smartest of aft 2 apples unpeeled pieces adding them to cream.'
Speaking of the unusualness of
1 Add dates t'small
honey and nutmeats.
I 3 firm bananas i
ED ernoon dresses glories in. an exquisite ,
be thrilled
new print design you'll
1i Melted Roll rice cereal Into fine crumbs,1
flower and feather patternIng PATRICIA DOW butter
with the charm of the new lace and add 1 cup of crumbs to cream _
i in many colors. This deftly
prints which fashion enthusiastically mixture. Blend well.
Cinnamon Spread remaining -:
draped and
features this season. They are
w I!I simply stunning! In some instancesthe is a typically last-minute crea- Bring sugar and water to a boll of waxed crumbs evenly on a piece,

lace motifs are so strikingly tion which answers the question of and cook until sugar is dissolved.. paper and place cream : I'' I

r.i -Sleeer- Maty'e. Kltchea realistic it almost seems as !If they what's new .Immediate wear.. Cart apples and cut crosswise into mixture and chill on for top.several Mold hours.into a Slice roll' a'I'

were appliqued to their background. Centered in the picture above is three thick slices. Add to syrup and I '
and .
However you will find it la really a charming print design of immense cook until tender but firm. Remove serve garnished with remainIng t J'

Ily MARY E. DAGl'E artfully printed patterning. Many of parma violets giving an exquisite from syrup 'and place on a broiler whipped cream chopped nutmeats ,"

hor of Bluer Mary's Kltehon.denlng these lacy prints are combined with handpalnted effect to the softly rack or pan. Cover apple slices. or fruit slices or berries. .' '

on paper (tn front of gorgeous florals.It drsped flat rayon crepe that fashions with overlapping slices of bananas I No list of dessert tempters for,
is easier work than wield, this graceful full-skirted frock. which have been peeled and sliced I parties Is complete without auper-
is such lavish lace
fe hoe but it's just as neces just designs Watch for these handpalnted effects, thin. Brush with butter and sprinkle smooth delectable
F'i as pictured to the right in the fore-
one Is to have an odequat ground of the group \illustrated that which are stunningly achieved with 1: %R'4I t ; with salt and cinnamon.. Broil about Icebox cake. i' !
multi-color bouquets or single flowers 10 minutes or until bananas are Made with orange '
forth ohs and ahs from .J:
f.out your garden to scali. are calling
i spaced widely over backgroundsof brown and tender easily flavoring 'ff ;
III pierced
Ing !
your heeds In ratio ti print-seeking enthusiasts. Here the
-pace and calculating the! yle d patterning captures the delicate fine rayon crepe in solid tones. with a fork. Serve hot with sweetened the Ice-box cake e'\ ",.

fti vegetable plant in propor- tracery of lace paper doilies and the Be on the lookout also for the whipped cream. can be truly provocative !'I

the room required for its color glory of chrysanthemums for new and fascinating feather prints. To make:: your dessert party a double In both '
Soft plume effects are being importantly success, serve: I flavor and ap '
striking print design fine acetate -
a on (
this to mind toll. find featured pearance and still
you : also graceful Banana Oatmeal Cook lea. I
The of
Jersey. styling:
he size of your garden space The sensation of the present season rayon palm fronds that look very tropical (Makes 3U dozen) be easy on the waistlines of :your
this winsome midseason dresa ,
con '
[determining factor in yourof -winter-white wool! Wear It for when n dlet-consclou friends:
widely-spaced fern
green or
seeds because this veys a message of joft draping and 1V4' cups, sifted, flour :\
year cocktail I I
informal dinners and par. palms are printed on white grounds. '* Orange Ice-Bos: Cake
H soda
n't teaspoon
want to waste space on of a very important message it Is, J.
fine costume jewelry
ties with Other Important that take
bles that require a lot of too for the newer silhouettes are prints you V4 teaspoon nutmeg (Serves 8) ,
or a rhlnestone A beautifully designed into the realm of small bright effects % cinnamon 1 ,
comparatively small re- making a feature of slenderizing teaspoon tablespoon gelatine !f I
e flower pin and a wide. Important drape technique.An carry interestingly diminutive 4 cup shortening S tablespoons cold water J
I year a friend bracelet adds glamour to the pic plumes formalized
had a beautiful medallions and
1 2 milk 1
outstanding treatment foundin cup sugar cups or cup evaporated ,'
kble garden In his back yard. ture. The movement to wear winter. curlicues, or exotic paisley patternings. :
1 milk diluted with 1 '
the new prints is that ot wide- egg : cup water
W It out in beds with under winter furs is
narrow white dresses .
ii 1 cup mashed bananas (2 or 3 2 tablespoon cornstarch
*walks spaced, brilliant florals that con-
between each bed on gaining momentum right along. I side of broad cup sugar
strip of lawn Nnv white hala are chic. also for ---
beds he planted his vegeta- I immediate wear, especially,. the"new Order In. next four weekly lamiea.Wltnena 14 cup rolled oat 2 eggs'
rows In order to 'Insure my hand and official H cup chopped nutmeats V'" cup orange juice
iltlvatlon. Thla year he plans :. diminutive sailor type with whimsical their coal at Htarke, Florida this Jan- Sift together flour soda salt and 1 teaspoon grated orange rind i "

more bed, keeping the .wing...1IIv trimming and a OFFOIALZHKAL? ) A. J .Thomaa I pice*. Add sugar gradually to shortening 2 dozen lady finger

plan in his general outlay. A. Clerk of said Court 1.9..11.30 and cream Soak ,gelatine cold water Scald
eed catalogue are well William D. Morgan, Jacksonville ;
studying because they will : CIRCUIT COURT, BRADFORD. Fla. Atty. for Pit. i 3R t ,, well. Add egg the milk In a double boiler mix ,
ou much v.luablelnformatlon "OI'I\oTY.' FLORIDA1'd. CHANVERY. : a.r and beat well. cornstarch and sugar and add to

ding the amount of seeds you tve. .102. (I 1 NOTICE) OF APPPMCATIOX FORTAX : (IHEALTHQ R r ht Add bananas hot milk. Add the eggs slightly beaten ,
eed for so many feet of William F. Cox Plaintiff, Bin 111... 1$3) | S .i rolled oat and combined with cold milk. Cook !
the time to plant and someal vs.Etisaheth I NOTICHl5: : IiERWBY GIVEN' nutmeats and mix several minutes stirring constantly.
| advice. Buy the best seeds Cox Defendant. I'THAT f. M. Packham, holder of ARTIE M'OOVeKN thoroughly. Add Remove from Ore end add gelatine.Add .
Ian.I ORDER Of PUBLICATION (Tax Certlflcatea Numbered respectively -
flour mixture and
NOTICE TO APPEAR Fraction of orange rind and juice. Line a '
189 194 and
I sure Spade your soil I.I well pre- STAT OF FLORIDA to: Ell..- 198 Issued the 7th day of AlIuMt ,. s blend. Drop by mold with lady fingers then fill with,
deeply turning the teeth Cox whose residence la un- A. D. 1939 has filed name In my teaspoonfuls onto an ungreased
der. Work to break ( made t r % alternate layers of the cooked mixture 'I
up large known. I I lotflc. and has ifrt cookie sheet about Itt Inches
and spread with the plant You are required. to appear on tax: deed to be Issued there- Get Out of Doors Every Day id "4'v hot and lady flngcrs. Have a layer
Bake in
moderately about
nost suitable to your soil con- February 2nd! 1943, In the above on. When the'lint chilly winds beginto wy rf. '# a oven of lady fingers on top. Chill In refrigerator -
certlflcatea reapectlvely .m. 1
Bald I
Work and wherein : 19 minutes. Remove from pans at
the fertilizer in by named Court cauie, overnight. Serve with
divorce. Bradford brace the following described properties blow do you scurry like a scared
and continue to rake until plaintiff Telegraph seeks shall publish this In the ;County of Bradford, rabbit Into over-heated home or office \ once. whipped cream garnished with orange
rth is finely Don't County tUntetof Florida, to-wlt: Simply elegant will be gucsta'
pulverized. Orl..r In next four weekly l "ueB.Wltneea and avoid tbe out-of-doors as your sections. 1,
mooth over the surface but official NV4' of NWy of BWW: Sec. 11 verdict when .
hand or family's serve
mjr would the pique? Lots of you
las deep as the seeds will be n'nl' at Htarke. Florida this December Twp.. 7 S. n. 21 E. containing 1eacre. you ; peOopie 4 x Piquant peppermint add a nev :
i more or' leaa la embraced do. and unfortunately they are
id and two or three Inches 30th. 1941. I I under certificate No. IS*. making a sad mistake for they are er-to-be-forgotten flavor to chocolate I .
> The first roots of the plants (OFFICIAL! SEAL) A. .f. Thomas 8K Bis fine powdery soil but lumps Aa Clerk of aald CourtJohn R. t'l K, containing 40 acres more ailrnenta to LYNN SAYS: a dessert that will mark :you
that they hope escape.
'' or !lee.. !la embraced under said Pattern No. 8078-Isn't It a rich
will strengthen'ot S. Cowlea.Atty. certificate No. lU.I We cannot take In enough fresh feeling, to have plenty of slips? And .* a leader In your crowd: (

fight growth. for Plf. 1-Z-4\.I.1S NEIL of NEVi Beo. 10 Twp. T S.I air during the pleasant months of you can have plenty, easily and When planning your luncheon Chocelato Mini Tart.
[ on weed begin almost I I I R. 12 E, 40 acres, more or less. la the year to last through the fall and with small when make dessert parties, be sure to use
expense 1
as the ( 8)
are sown Ifep embraced under aald fraction of
IV. CIRCUIT COVRT: IIIIAOFonO winter. We must have It every
them yourself In Pattern No. 8078you'U this season's rich color schemes
them down from the : certificate No. 198. :2 unsweetened
very "OI'NTY. .LORIOA IN: tIIAN- 1 i day. Working and living quarters squares chocolate
ling you can beat them so CBBV'r. The aaaeasment or said property should always be well ventilated And the perfect style the on' your tables and favor and 1 cup evaporated milk: diluted
Tiem out between the rows ... *.. Ira under said certificate No. 1)9 was though the weather Up with straight cut front and back placecards. White with silver with 1 water
( they Benjamin E. Gaunt Plaintiff.. In the name of Unknown: The aeseaament and. even maybe and figure controlling brassiere top cup
are tiny. The weedsme vs.llattie of aald property under bad a 10 or 13 minute walk gold, blue, red are tops right now. *4 cup sugarS
-and the kind which doesn't ride
up In the drill with the K. Gaunt Defendant. said certificate No. 194! and Fraction won't hurt anyone provided his If you like three color combinations tablespoons flourY
kble plant will need to be ORDER: OF PUBLICATION/ ; AND of 19* were In the name of clothing offers sufficient protection up. doean't bunch but hangs there's green, white and n
smoothly and can be fitted perfectly teaspoon salt
by hand. Be NOTICE TO APPEAR bee Ivey Pollard.
sure you get be I
from the elements as steps along
ta 1 when you pull weed Oth- STATE! OF FLORIDA to: Battle Unless said Certificates shall be to your own figure This useful gold blue white and gold or :2 egg yolks {
they come right back*, tur' E. flaunt S417 Cuthbert Road Kew redeemed according to law the at a brisk' enough pace to keep bis pattern may be used for an evening white red and ... :2 tablespoons butter
York. I body warm.
Gardens Long laland. New properties deecrlbed therein will
length slip too. For an elaborate color scheme
ban s
ever.Carry a big bas You are required to appear on be eold to the highest bidder at Naturally you want to avoid theI 1 teaspoon vanilla
a large canvas with 70U70U February tail. 143 la the above I the Court louse door on the Irat opposite extreme for sitting In a Pattern No 8078 I la In sizes 12 use the rich tone of violet, emerald H cup chopped nuts
i weed by band to take theaway named Court and canes. wherein Monday In the month of February!I I gale of cold wind or staying out un- to 20. 40. 42 Size 14 slip, day gold blue and red. This 8 baked tart shell
plaintiff seeks divorce. Bradford 1942. which la the god day of February | materinl' i'
for disposal It not County TeJearapn shall publish this A. D. J 14.. I I I Ul your fingers and toe are stiff I II especially good In a center Sweetened whipped cream
i your garden neat but it Order In next four weekly '.-... Dated'thla flat'''day of December la equally dangerous.. Be sensibleI piece. I--* H crushed
peppermint candyAdd
against those pulled weed Witn.iMi my hand and officialaeal A. D. 1141.OFFICIAL I I I about It." but da try to get your cup
a root-hold and growing at kitl Florida, this December ( SEAL) A..J. Thomas, dally quota of fresh air no matter .Bridge/ .placecards: may be chocolate to diluted milk la p
10th, Clerk Circuit Court Bradford County what the weather man hands out. mad out of paper chrysanthemum double boiler and heat until theca:

waste seed by sowing it (OFFICIAL A. Clark A.of J.< Court State of Florida. 1-1-41-1-H !t...... ,,,........................... in your favorite color with late melts. Beat with rotary beater t

dck. Many seed house* tell 1jl4CjUJJ ...1 at Btarke Florida' thIs December the card tilting out of the (lower. .until ebocolat: blended with milk.

percentage of seed gerrnio .-. I I IV CIRCITT COURT BRADFORDCOI'NTY'FLOKIDAI IN: CHAN. (OFFICIAL 27th SEAL t44t.:) 'A. J. Thomas A
that you don't' need-1o' 'i cornf5. BRADFORD CERY. At Clerk of said Court with painted flowers! or add gradually to chocolate mixture.

in order to get a land." :*(COI-WTY cmcrrr' rtOHIMA. 1:* CHAW- Rpple Nelson Cue Bowen N.. leeg Plaintiff, I I V. E.Atty.Knowlea.for Flf.Jacksonville l-l-4t-l-lS Fla.. ...................................... candy-shaped flowers pasted In Cook until thick and smooth about ,i

Joalphr'R. ". the corner. Evergreen, holly IS minutes. Beat and
-Whlchard. Plaintiff vas John T. liowen. Defendant. I I at piivrr....................... mistletoe bright berries pinecones yolks add to
Alv.rtle M. Wblclmrd. Defendant. ORDER OF PUBLICATION AND 7QJ l ffY1Nfa.r9 cooked mixture gradually. Cook two

Case ORDER No. t70.uF PTIBLIr'ATIO'1! NOTICE TO APPEAR eln Pattern "0......... *) *......... used alone or with a silver minutes longer. Remove from fire.
COLSON ANI NOTIC-B TO APPEAR STATE OF FLORIDA to: John T.I I \ "' ornament such a* a bell on add butter vanilla and nuts Whea

-. DENTIST M.STATE Whlchard.OF FLORIDA Oeneral to:Delivery Alvertle, Bowen.You are residence required unknown.to Appear on ) .! seen Send IS pattern eenta desired In coin to Hot.- the place card are sure to bring cool, pour into tart shells. Top with

Roanoke. Vlra-lnla. February 2nd 1941, In the above delighted murmurs from your whipped cream mixed lightly with
OFFICE 129 CALL ST. You are required to appear on named Court and cause, wherein n! Patricia Dow, Patterns bridge guests. the crushed candy.

ADKINS BLDG. I named February Court Z. 1MZ and, cause In the, wherein above County plaintiff Telegraph...k. divorce shall publish Bradford this (;4nX666lnttacii.saws. tO< W. 17tb 81.. New York N. Y. (Eddied by Western Newapuper Paloo.)

seeks divorce. Bradford Order In next. four weekly l...uea.
Witness band and ,
county Telegraph aball publian this my official





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------v Basketball League T. B. Shirley DiesT Green QualifiesIn Paper Mill Trip co dcii,*t-. Y" FLOIUIJIarah \ ,

Boys $ Lee
Enjoyed By
Sponsored By JWBThe B. Shirley former resident State-Wide Race Murray 1).ld How.f...'
Ciace; No. 1114. ,
!: WEEKLY NEWS ANALYSIS By Edward C. Wayne of Bradford'County, died recently Lex Green bag Seven 4-H Club boys from this ORDKK: : ,.,
Congressman O''VI"I'; :
35th Field Artillery let go AND I1'STATK ,
with a barrage 0 f basketballs)) at his homo: In' Miami. Born inThomasvUe forwarded to R. A.. Cray. Secretary county joined with delegationsfrom OF KUvi; 1Jden" *l

Names Production Czar Wednesday afternoon when teams, 'Ga, March. 26, 1874. of State, Tallahassee his Alachua. Union. Baker, and ray .Donald la im Howell lI..nkh-" *
staged their regularly scheduled he moved to this county with his oath and qualification fees as Nassau counties on Thursday In Atlanta.You are Georgia

And Reorganizes Defense Set-Ups games In the Starke held armory.Wed.The mother and poster while still a candidate for Representative In a trip to the paper mills at Fer- March named Court 2nd.,required 942 and' 1,0<< t"

league games every young boy.I Liter' he was mar- Congress from the State of Flor- nandlna as guests of the Container plaintiff neekB dlvu r

To Speed Up All-Out War Effort; nesday and under Saturday auspices afternoona of the ried to :MIss Alice Woods of ida at Large in the approachingMay Corporation. U 'T, Dyer County thin Order Telegraph In eh\
are run :
f nut
: Democratic primary. county agent had, charge of the Usuea.Wltnena. I .,
reared their familyat
USO Club operated by the JewIsh Palatka .They'
Submarines Off, East Coast Mr. Green I Is a native of Bradford party from this county., my hand
r4 Report Welfare Board. Brooker.t,a.n. < County; graduated from The trip was given to boys who usry'22nd. 1942 !
__ Battery E swept to its second in 1920. and the (OKP-IOlAll 8E.\ .) I
Lake Butler High School enrolled in the forestry proJect -,
, a,,.oIToR Ik..S; ':1 P4OTE-Wb.s abs m..a .*a17.I.0.1.:. ::..::::::::'Ia.1 II.a thIs' .:': .p.jSI..' th r victory. taking from the an overtime 2nd Bn. headquarters perIod -- Besides h! "wldow. Mr. Shirley University of Florida: studied law have and expect to set pines 'this Aa Wm.-Clerk'I>. Morgan of Rld,Court Ja.k/.".I1..!

i'a.I..d..1' Wemern Newspaper Union.' ____ / game la survived by three sons T. W., at Yale; served in the State Legislature season, :Mr. Dyer says. The Container Atty. torIf..
.) outfit 31 to 24. Seigle. D. P. and ..:Jesse Shirley, all of ; was Judge of Bradford Corporation, .ia giving one -

steady and aggressive forward of In Miami; and two daughters. Mrs. County; and has represented the million tree to the boys to get IN COlTNTY.rtnci'iT 'con&1'
battery tied the score PLOIIIO\lll
the gun Loca Norwood of Palatka. and Second Florida District In Congress them, started In forestry work, CERV. I
the last few seconds of play and Mr*. B. B. Sapp of Dade City He Robert John Wllw
17 this
clinced In the for the past years. and these trees are being set Ida Mabel Wiley p
the game was Li.,.
Lucite Harris of No. 1753.OJtiER.
:; with three field married month.
overtime period
goals. Cab Driver Draws Gainesville and they have one, The seven' boys representingthis AND NOTICE OF pt'nWr TO ,

f4'i In the second game of the afternoon Term For LarcenyW. son and one daughter. I county on the trip were Mabel RTATFI Wiley'ho"OF FlORln
.j ,. Battery D gunners slashed He Is dean of the Florida Congressional Edgar Wilkinson A.. T, Andrews 6-3 R1nll'wood Avenu" t,!'

.'/'!;" through the defenses of the .' T. Alman driver for the delegation assistant I Billy Katheny, James Crosby New You".raey.are '

J I'', Medical Det. 40 to 20. Furlno and Camp Blandlng Cab Co.. was sentenced Democratic Whip, and owing to I Arnold Wa- lln, Felton Calney, larch 2nd.,required 1943, |I"to

!,tl1,, ,-I : : __ >apo starred In these games. Monday afternoon by Mayor his long seniority, holds high and and W. H. Hayes. plaintiff named, Court seeks and dlvorj,..t'

\1- The final event rough and N. D. Walnwrlght, Jr., to "60 Important committee assignments, The bus carrying the boys left County Telefrraph

peedy, revealed some brilliant days hard labor on the streets including a Chairmanship and Gainesville at 8 A. )[., arrived at ffiS.. .Order. "' IIl'XI' &i
ranking place on the powerful starke about 8:40: then proceededto
of Starke" on a larceny charge. Witness my hllud
bits of circle finding by Ringer .
--r Altman was arrested Wednesday Rivers and Harbors Committee. Lake Butler and Macclenny eal at Htarkf.22n l"iorldL IIIuary
Elliott of
Rider and Eagle-eye 1.
I't( Battery F and Bill Weinberg of night. January1. by night police U[ reelected to Congress from and on to Fernandina, where the (OFFICIAL< flIAL 1942. ) A J
kjfPf Ben Holtzendorf charged with' the State at Large h& will hold boyS were own many InterestIng A. Clerk rof eald t'nllrLI
r the Service: Battery. Final more Wni. r). Morgan. i
I' ___ __ was 56 10 45 in favor of Battery stealing approximately> $225 In his seniorIty .and committee assignments. sights around town and at Atty.: for liC.1v .1R"k..",

I'J F, cash checks and notes from Earl the beach and'were served lunch -

J I'e{ These featuring court Tyson Camp Blanding employe. Repres e n tat I lye Green who before touring the paper mill In CIHCIHTIrerm ('nt'IIT
games stands high in the councils of the the afternoon. The bus returned eoI.4rY.: IrLOIUU\11I II
testified In court
;.. work of six of the --35th F. A. Tyson the vuit v.
House said "I about 6:00 P. M. bringing
', ,'1 r batteries, offer conclusive proofof that he had on his person when Leadership am it. !' rinlnllSTATE
: 'ofnrVtl\
concerned moat with winning this boys home. wood 1'1. \
I of the new athletic he entered Altman's cab a $100 LJ.,.
the success .
No. 1152.OltIElt
':!. / program Initiated by the regiment bill. a $10 ,bill and some small war. The triumph of our American It was a great trip the boys OF Pl'lILlrJ

) : through 1U morale officer change. and one check for $33.75 forces In this armed conflictis say, and they returned with much ANO NOTIC'F Tn A
all-essential the freedom OF FLORIDA<< !
for 31.50: also note valuable Information and enthusiasm
18t. Lt. R.. Downing, with the cooperation and one $ ; a wood S. Marvll. "whoa
of Civilian .f the Office ofrredHctlan of the .JWB. for $50. Tyson said that' he had and independence of all Ameri for re forest ration In national : In: Sth. Street Laurel',
;, Leon Henderson director. Division Supply You ar.
I have and required
cans. earnestly vigorously Ig ,
!1(, Management trjs out one el Lbs "Victory model" bicyclesproduced League standings are ns! follows been drinking freely and while defense. I March 2nd., 1942, In I..
at .t OP (. This. lightweight modelIs : he denied that he was "totally supported our preparedness named Court and .
by manufacturer request Plaintiff ....ek.. ?. I
rim'l) program and I. am now cooperat- u Ivor
:; eavutructed of less cosUy material and shorn of all ....eta. The DeW Second Battalion League drunk. he was asleep in the cab Methodist Church County Telegraph ubiiil
much of the.time, during a three- Ing for and supporting our President thus Order 'in ,"l
bikes will be buIlt for both men and womem. Phot showsnendrso* Won Lust l.iiui's.. nest <
t'f\IV,\ ....1..% and Miss Betty Barrett ef Y.rk. Neb., la the luggage basket. 1. Battery D 2 0 way trip to Camp Blandlng. and our-"armed forces with Services at the Church next Witness my hand. III
all I shall continue
tr, !t A sure way for the boss to gel his secretary to the office on time. Battery E 2 0 While he claimed to be certain my strength. Sunday: seal at Htartto. Florid.
... that Altman robbed him he could thIs| policy until America Is victorious uary 22nd.. 1942.
.!If 3. Battery 1 1 Church School 10 A. M.- (OFFICIAL SEAL) All
45 NELSON SUBMARINE Service Battery 1 1Headquarters not tell just when or- where the. .I in this.struggle. Morning Worship 11 o'clock. A.. Ierkt.'t, aald Court if J
5. 0 2 theft occurred: 'Owing' to the imperative war One's Wm. Jacks.
: "Loving
'I Btry. Sermon Subject At?)'. for' -PlF.
j Production Czar ActionNavy Medical Det. 0 2 T. Frank' Landrnm. city attorney legislative program I may not be Neighbor." .

As the United State. moved forward planes and ships had a busy First Battalion Leaaroe : pros dte4, the case while able to spend much time campaigning The Youth Fellowship meetings ClASSIFIPEANUT

into all-out war production. time chafing enemy submarine reported 1. Battery 1 0 1,."'E. Knight"'was ''attorney for in the State between will be at 6:80: P. M. All young :

Donald M. Nelson had been named lurking oft the East coast of Battery C 1 0 the defendant Two.. women-sisters low and the, primary.. I shall people are Urged to be present. I

production chief placed in sole command the U. S. Service Battery 1 0 -figured 'Jn: .the case and have to rest my future largely In Evening Worship at 7:30.The : .- EED-No.T I It ]

over OPM SPAS and all oth .Two ships were reported sunk by 3. Battery B 0 1 were the plaintiff's star witnesses. the hands of my friends. They minute service, : $t7spsi': bu.-C. .. .

'a er vital production organizations. submarine action off Long Island Regimental Hq. 0 1 They were Dorothy Patricia Wal- are loyal and have been kind and thirty song In which I 'Co". Lake Butler, Fit!
each Sunday evening
His position was compared to that N. Y. The first was the Panamanian Headquarters Btry. 0 ,1 den and Betty Katherine Walden. good to me. I have faith In them.
members of the congregation select '
hn .f Bernard M. Baruch In 1917. Mr. tanker Norne which was dam.* This Week According to the testimony of I[ know that they will not.let me become The Veteran Romann|
their favorite has
.ij( Nelson had been before his promotion hit by three torpedoes about 120 Saturday Jan. 24: 1 P. M., Hq. the girls, Betty Katherine had down." of the songs features EDWIN i SOUTH ERS
T' to sole command, the head of miles from the coast. Next day Btry. vs. Btry. B: 2:15.: Btry. A. been riding In the cab with "Red" one Important of-i-the spoken drama

'$ h SPAB the priorities control board, watchers on shore claimed they vs. Regt. Hq. Btry.; 3:30. Btry.C Altman and Mr. Tyson on the Beautiful MuralIn of the evening services. I 'of Dramatic Art i u!
H. A. Carlton is chargeof
'and thus had been sitting with his saw a submarine sink another ship C Service Btry.- three-way: trip to Camp Blanding. craft. No "clasBt'"

hands on the needle valve which about 23 miles from shore. Wednesday, Jan. 28: 1 P. M., Dorothy Patricia stated that she Postoffice the cringing and Is doing the lessona only. Enroll i i.
I Meanwhile U. S. underwater craft church a great service with his Six lessons, $3. No''
kept materials flowing smoothly to Service Btry. vs. Btry. D; 2:15: worked at "a -'shooting gallery '
defense plants. were also busy but the location of Mcd. Det. vsi. Btry. E;, 3:30.: Hq. near the depot." The beautiful and appropriate splendid leadership. 'plays to buy. Sm
their action was not disclosed. The mural painting which was installed Prayer Services every Wednesday Masonic Hall. Call SU
ri.- to
His post also, was compared Hry. va. Btry. F. .According to testimony "Red"Altman
that of Lord Beaverbrook In Eng navy reported that a 17,000 ton Jap when he took Mr. Tyson over the door to the post at 7:30: P. :M. a. m. to 9 p. In. daily I
of the used master's office at the Visitors welcome at all tic I
ship type ai a plane private are recitals given (to
land. Into
hie.cab. had
H. was given command by executive carrier had been sunk by U. S. submarines Army Vs. Navy rerjr' little./They were no both money.drink-or postoffice last Saturday was pro- services of the church. pr any special funcllosf
in Far Eastern water vided by the Federal Works O. C. Powell within
order and though the order Saturday NightThe !rig-. It was said. Later. on,, Betty : pastor. reason.
Public. 'Administration
did not Immediately make legally Catherine( Agency Buildings "
MALAYA testified Altman told
j clear how far his power went, there : Army will attempt to sink her that'' Tyson had fire $100 Washington, D. C., and SAMPSON) CITY FoR. BALE -used S

was enough In President Roosevelt's Scorched EarthThe the Navy Saturday' night when bills; "and I'm going to get one painted by Miss E. Terrell, New By Mrs. J. E. Jones for piano cash.In good Mrs.condltiajj 1 ]

statement to show that it would go house of commons criticismof the Co. B, 61se Quartermaster of them.1A .little later still York artist, Fred F. Stump,. postmaster foot. Starke.FP.YERS20c. P

far enough to put Nelson into sola the British Malaya forces In not basketball team of Camp Blan- ([these ride lasted. from about 5intil stated Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Smith and

1)) command. carrying out the scorched earth policy ding will meet the Naval Air about'k8 o'clock P.;: M.), Alt- Before painting; the picture Mrs. Richard Smith spent Wed- per po

I A board Including Menr. Knud- was met by dispatches which Station boys from Jacksonville In man came Into a movie where Miss Terrell read up on Florida nesday in Jacksonville visiting weight. Sistrunk

q sen. Hlllman and other chiefs of had been delayed tending to show the Starke. armory. Betty Katherine was and showed and especially Bradford County relatives. Soed Co.

L various vital groups, was to work that the British had applied that policy Ensign Lee's team will attemptto her "Iots of,.money." She paid he Mr. Stump said arid suggested Mr. and Mro. E. D. Jones were

; under Nelson. in the completest way possible. break the nine-game winning had 'nearly' $100-several -$10's, that she paint a picture relatingto In Jacksonville on business Thursday liattery Raised FI-yel1-

.i The President said in part: An eyewitness description of the streak of the quartermaster out and $::5's and smaller change. turpentine. He suggested that, of last week. pound live weight

: "Mr. Nelson will no longer serveas British evacuation of Perk Selan- fit. Dorothy, '$trtcla testified that Instead, she paint one. on reforestation. Mrs. S. E. Jones visited Mrs.R. Feed and Seed Co.

4Th director of the priorities division.He gor and Kuala Lumpur the latter Attack of the doughboys Is centred "Re.l"' came' to her and -showedher The painting there Is A. Thomas in Starke Wednes- HOUSE FOR RENT ID

wlU devote his entire time to an Important rubber city and the around Benny Kraw who a $100.: bill and said "Don't In response to his request, and day of last week. rooms, furnished|
the capital of the Federated Is of course gratis so far as the
directing production program.
Malay earned his l>&I. ""tball on the sidewalks -- tell anybody that you saw It." It J. O. Wynn of Jacksonville was Harden. Waldo! FinSTRAYEDBrown
;4j His decisions as to procurement and States bore this out. of New York. He formerly also came out In'the testimony local poatoffice' I... concerned. visiting relatives ( !

production will be IIna!." A Durdin dispatch to the Times played with Brooklyn College and that a certain cab driver had Connoisseurs of art may see City one day this near week Sampson' ,' and>

::1ff Thus Mr. Nelson has authority from Seremban stated that in Perak the: House!' of David. The dead- gone to the girls threatening much more in the picture: but the 'Cerrler. Answers to '

i over not only the Industrialists and and Selangor alone millions of dol eye shots! of the two forwards! them and telling them to leave average Bradford countlan can Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Sapp were FrttztxLeft young put'lward.

::1 labor leaders who were In Washington lars' worth of rubber stocks and Johnny Gonzales and Jimmy town and nojt t appear at the trial easily discern workmen grubbingand shopping in Starke Saturday.Mrs. .. ........ Mrs. J. )I. \
to harness American rubber processing plants and millions '' burning stumps from old Issrpendlng
productionto Smith help keep the scores pil Monday .9', somethingbad would Charley McKinney Starke..
a program for victory but also more In tin mine dredges and ing. Both of these men were all- happen ,to 'them." They even dead pines, and planting small the week-end with herf J' or

i over the army and ,navy them- tin ore processing machinery had star players from New Jersey. pecked th 1'grip: and were about pine saplings so that future generations daughter Mrs. Jim Thomas near CHEVROLET STATION 1

ti aelvei In a way because his d.. been destroyed. The guarding of Red Llnzer and to leaV: ,:.but they: were advised may "rise up and call Lake Butler., -tnr aal&u Bargain Sl1I! J

::4 clilons as to what they might have In addition the destruction of petroleum Don Masters have kept,.the scoring by ''a ..ubettJa1 citizen''. not to them blessed." He may also see Mr. 'and Mrs. Britt Alvarez, of Third down balance I

4jr In the way of arras and munitions products totaled several of
1 would be anal. millions of dollars. Manager Roberts has his hands pen to' them. Mr. Tyson spent the ing a ,national park with vast Mrs. Lam Brown Saturday after ttre .il >TorodeStarke. Ch

They would still have legal contracting Copra and coal docks were dynamited full, trying; to decide on. his cap. night 'a( the Starke Hotel and animal preserve ..

rL authority, but Mr. Nelson or burned. Dynamiters were able crew of substitutes. Theyare did not -infos- his until "Twenty years ago" eald Mr. noon.Mr.
he ,
mining >the country, through which money and Mrs. Lea Brown and FOR: RENT-Double .-j|
would have to pass upon these contract Ray Druett of Michigan Ty weal" retire, he stated. Stump "there were comparatively Charlie '
McKinney to Johns- Jane
: before they could go Into effect the Zaps were approaching closerto Baron of Wisconsin" Cookie Co- few trees in this county. Hogan home. Inquire
town Sunday to visit friends.
: and could. In effect make them Singapore, and this was evidentin men of New York Qua Petroupal- Buys Smith turpentine man, says there ,320 North Church

t larger or smaller quicker or slower. the slowing down of the Japanese ous'of Chicago and Chet Mruk of BarberShop are more pine trees here now Bradford County

advance. "Jimmle" 'Cannon than there were 23 'Us.Tax. On Cars '
LUZON the Ohio.The has purchased years ago. FOR RENT-
i : Describing evacuation of Kuala
Lumpur. Durdin wrote that the Naval Base has a' strong the Bradford Barber Shop on Great interest Is being shown Inreforeatation" According to Postmaster' FredF. upstairs apartment wu.J

ti; Defense British had opened the larger stores squad of 20 players who have Court street from S. E. Spaks Mr. Stump con. Stump all motorists of Brad- bath; also locked gw"

4 When the history of World War 11II and had removed what;, stocks.: It all played In college) and many owner of the City Barber Shop. tinued. "Pulpwood. turpentineand ford County may now secure at Scott Starke, Phone *

\ written It will have become evident wanted and then had left the stores who have made'the grade "inleague Mr. pannon 'has recently worked lumber are a large source of the Money Order windows at the
that the defense competition.' In both the Three Friends Income to this county.'" FOR RENT to workWlLarge !
of Luzon by the open to allow the population to take Barber Postoffice their "Federal auto use
i American-Filipino forces under Oen. what it wished. The game l U being sponsored by Shop and the City Barber Shop. The painting la approximately ptamps," which went on sale bed room W.

Douglas MacArthur should be placed The Inhabitants seethed up and the USO Club operated by the Uomle Andrews, for several 8x12 feet.Cafeteria. there last Saturday The federal bath.-Mrs. 0<>0. *
alongside of other famous "last Jewish Welfare Board. years with the- Three Friends 324 Cherry St.. Su |
t down the streets which were littered Is tax Ia $3 per year; but the

stand" with refuse carrying what they had now witH Mr. 'Cannon he an- SupperThe amount to be paid from now until FOR. RENT-6-room pc

Conceded only the slimmest pos been able to get aboard rickihas. Football Musical nounced Wedne,. -iay. the close of the Government fiscal fished house half 5''

sible hope of hanging on until help on bicycles and on shoulders and At regular Saturday night year June 30. is $2.09 according Starke. J. F. Colley. S-
might arrive, the MacArthur forces heads. Florida"Rise Bill Graham. III cafeteria-style supper will be to Mr. Stump.
entrenched In the Marlveles mountain From every corner of the city served In the Methodist Recrea. 'FOR RENT UnfurnW>>bo!

back of Manila bay. had reported founded the booming explosions as and Shine," a musical I Bill Graham, was taken to St. tional Building tomorrow from ix: cmrriT corRT. Bit\itroRn ley Lake cottage. -*|

f3 not only stemming an "all- the Punjab sapper and dynamiters comedy with i a football background Luke's Hospital Jacksonville 5:30: to 7:30 P. M. Spaghetti will COI'.MTV, FL.OHIU.1 ICHAN.. Struth Starke.

4 out" Japanese drive, but that they destroyed bridges roads and other comes to the FloridaTheatre Tuewiay for observation and ex- be the featured Item but various .C-'KK V. YP. Navatto. Plaintiff, .. .
bad driven the attackers back. communication links as soon as the Sunday. bringing i a a ml nation. According to Information other dishes, to suit the taste of phine Navatto, Defendant. v.Ca. No. FOUND-red Irish &tt
li They had forced the Japs to.remove British convoys had moved throughthe strong cast which includes Jack received at Alvarez' store, all will be available. 1761. i Hornsby 1-2 miles
I their big guns far to the rear. city. Oakle, George Murphy. Linda he Is suffering from a severe AND NOTICR TO .API'EAH I of Starke.

; ;1 ut of range of the American batteries Two large department stores were Darnell, Milton Berle and. Walter back ailment and will have to Coca-Cola STATE OK FLORIDA to: .Jo... .

1i4 had silenced 11 Japanese batteries completely despoiled of goods within Brennan. await reports from X-ray examlnation Executives chine 1I..utNook Navatto, who.101 >W.residence., Fourth,la COMFORTABLEHOUSE FU8

; i and had raised havoc with a few hour*. Coolies who had never Set on a college campus at the before diagnosis can Frank E.: Smith of Jackson- turret,. PlalnfleM. New ".r..y. at KlnpWj

.ltI charging detachment of tank. and tasted chocolate candy went height of the football season, b* made and treatment begun. J. vUle. general manager of the Fla. March You ire 2nd..required U41. In to the appear above on Modern convenience

,&'q Infantr,. I about with their arms full giving "Rise and Shine" has new songs: M.Alvarea .went to the Hospital Coca-Cola Bottling Co.. and J. G. named Court and cause wherein from Camp Blandlnl-'

Pt Not in any way claiming that the I them away to others who had none. dancea. laughs and fun. It Is to see Mr. Graham Thursday Johnson of Atlanta, Ga.. chief County plaintiff Telegraph....k. divorce.shall Bradford O. Box 651. Stark f

4 Japanese advance had been permanently The burning of the rubber 'trees based on James Thurber'a mad morning. Inspector of Coca-Cola thin. Order ,4a nect tour publlxh weekly Starke 167 after 1 |

4.j checked General MacArthur : 'was not possible but since the autobiography -My Life and plants In the United bottling ,..-.u.' Wltne'saf.. appointment.
a1 reported to Washington that the 24. plants producing rubber and the rub- Hard Times. ,were my'.ri4 aad 'official
4 a. ..
February Tire visitors in Starke the.' at 1It1N't. J"lortda, thla Olf
p hour battle had shown.definitely that ber stocks were burned. the British Tuesday Wednesday and Thurs- QuotaE. this W.L', "" "' ,varT' 22,,<<., ,U., ..' "rOP'FICJAL ..1..11.1[I MAKE YOUR f{
;V the American guns and gunnery It will be time MEAJ! 1i..J.: PLETE with Vene'Oe.nsett
say a long before day the Florida will show "Cadet L; Williams Tire Admin A. ClerIC of .ald (.ourt.-l..25 n 2.IS I Srn"I
were superior to those of the enemy the Japa can get any Olrf atratOr for Wm. n. Mnrvan. I I Exchange
featuring Carole Landis Bradford County. In ; Jacksonville. Fla.
The Japs claimed that they had HITLER : and horse Montgomery. It Is nounced- .yesterday, that: Febru- Mayor's Court! 'i cor rll* I Heights.

I taken Olongapo. naval base, on a a story of West Point and the ary'j tire quota for the In ''Mayor's' court :
Monday afternoon
bay to the north of Manilabay.. Has lie'Fled?
and good .times that cadets have whileIn wasv\as follow*. passenger tires A. '0. 'Hunter .1
this had. been continued by WashyIngton. Unconfirmed report had been received New York on furlough- 5, tubes '4:,, truck and bus Urea $::5 cash bond for reckless' driving.a. THIS CAN

from the Russian front that At The Rita 23, tubes, 39. within the safety
There was more than a suspicionthat near B.
Hitler with Smoler.sk threatened Marlene
by ) Dietrich's new film H. S. Tom Brook
the Jap were content to let the) the Russian armies had Bed to "Manpower" likewise for Exptraiw
a shown at the 'EdenfleI411Ianager' feited a' $7.50 cash bond for disorderly 'for yot .
1k present armed force now In the safer point. Rite -
Theatre Sunday and Mon, conduct. you' that. "local ma.
: ,.
Philippines do the "mopping up" While this had been Im.-oAibl.
of day, co-starring Edward O. Rob L. L. Pruitt. watch-maker for
against the MacArthur army, and confirmation the Red headquarter inson.and George Raft The the Edenfleld yow horn and your

;.? had increasing turned their the tempo attention of rather the all-to reported Smolensk capture area" which of towns showed in that the la Pacific set against! a background story of opening In. Starke Jewelry, haa since recently Its Kingsley Lake Baptist -4: 4n i IInlnt gopdAutomobi5CIIARLEY !
Coast been
important Malay offensive and the the war was coming night life where made manager of the local The Klngsley Missionary Bap

general offensive. against the Dutch close to "Der Fuehrer"uncomfortably if he was hard-boiled the linemen relax between ha store. MUs-,Wllla Mae Thornton tist Church will hold its regular E. JOHNS, Agency
East Indies, using Mindanao as a still there on the scene of acOUal high tension jobs of adjusting' of been promoted to the positions meeting ,next Sunday Jan. 23. 119 East Call Street Stark, P
power lines.
service. assistant-manager, while Miss Sunday School at 9:43: A. M.
Dietrich plays the part of an atluring ;- Irene Markham was made floor Every member is urged to be Telephone 13

night club. hosiers. walker. present. The public I. Invited. liprM.atli.i TMK:THAVdJiUS: HIIf'tfIttroIIL