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 30, 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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ion Center for BRADfORD COUN'TY I TELEGRAPH Sweetest Strawberries 1 r i iMP

BLANDING This Side of Heaven I

Official Count Publication Established In 1877 '



I Open Soon Tire First Board CertificatesTire Issues USO Dedication ,J THE; ELECTION FIZZLEAt Birthday Ball Large Crowd .

Registrationlectors Rationing Board No. 45-1. Set For Feb. 14 S a/clock: Tuesday afternoon av total of only SO freeholders At Armory Attends !;

(Starke) announced ;yesterday haul voted ,tea the bond election which would have provided for
the Issuance of the
following certificates
svn issue Of 53,000 to help build aui adequate plant for B. H. 8. !

tires and) authorizing tubes. purchase of Wear SaysAfter New ,of the miserable Hop leaked to Bradford High whereteachers TonightThose Defense Meeting I I

One tube-Fred Hazen. here preparing for their usual Tuesday afternoon tint

aid ...... had to be In fd
$ Something done! matter of minute
srvlsor of R e K Istratlon Eight tires eight tubes-Ralph a disheartening postponement who like to dance as Between 300 and 400 persona!
the first class was deserted and off they rushed' to administer
Hollingsworth yesterday Alvarez. of the dedication of the well as those" who like to "watch were present at a great Inspirational '

ced the district supervl- One tire, one tube -W. Fred new USO building from December -: ..artlfkUml re\plratton to a bond election that already had the and listen" will gather In the civilian defense meeting at

ho will\ handle reglstra- Moore. 20 after plans had been perfected death rMtle,;ln its throat. Starke armory tonight (Friday) the courthouse last Friday night ,;,

voter In this county Two tires, two tubes-Bradford for that date so that the From 4 O'clock until dark E. L. William: B. II. 8. principal, for the annual President's) Birthday to hear addresses by ex-Governor i,

g Monday. February 2: County High School. "boys" might hold their Christmas and hla!> loyal corps of teachers labored franttaUly-ringing doorbells Ball which gets underway at Fred Cone and Army Chaplain B. I

nct No. 1 (Lawtey)-F. One tire, one tube Vasco celebration there, dedicatory eUtag;. by telephone and literally "dragging"; negligent 9:30 o'clock. M. Montgomery. The meeting I

radine. Forsyth. exercises: will definitely be held voters toWhwpollH.. Uy six o'ctoclt a substantial total of :236 Ted Sherwood and his orchestra was under the sponsorship of the .t",
net No. 2 (N. Starke-S.) Saturday. Feb. 14. at 9:30: A. M., from the University of Florida Bradford County Defense Council 1 "
Weekly publication the list bullet been rant, but sundown caught them Mtlll 48 votes
mark. according to Robert B. Wear, will furnish the music and Nat and the Starke Rotary Club presided 'j I

Inct No 3 (S. Starke- of certificates Issued. Is requiredby Executive Secretary, on his return short of 'ho necessary goal. Sternberg chairman of the eventin over by Attorney Marcus! F. ,.

W. Morgan.inct law. late Wednesday night from According.. to II. V. Knight attorney for the Hoard of Public Bradford County, has arrangedfor Brown, who I* president of both

No. 4. ((Graham)-R. n two-day conference with USO Instruction technically "there. wax no elI'CUOIConNe'qIltIIt1)! .. some unutmal exhibitions to organisation', "

sdln.lnct. Police Ball 'officials In Jacksonville. anothr'on can be held as Noon as necessary advertisement havebeen bd staked by Reno's foremost exponents The program consisted of several -

No. 8 Hampton)-Joe Although plans are not ,yet prepared and published, and it will not be neeenMry to of Jitter-bugging. numbers by the B. H. S. a!

nn.inct. complete. It Is known that the wait for n "toath; which Is'required by law If a bond Issue U As Usual this year' Birthday band. Including the Star Spangled ";

No. 6 (ThereasaP. )- Next buildings at Starke and Jacksonville legally defeated. Ball will probably prove to be the Banner; invocation by the Rev. C. i \

Dickinson Friday I Beach will both be dedicated most colorful event of the winter H. Allen; America sung by the
,%a overwhelming majority of those who voted Tuexlay wereIn
Inct No. 7 (New, River)- i on the same day with Governor season in Starke. audience; the purpose of the
,fsoret ;the bond Untie (218 to 38), but the law provides meeting was outlined ;
t. L. Johns. i Bpessard L. Holland deliveringthe Net from the event by Mr.
Bill Ward and bin Dixie Vagabonds that In.cir. for a bond election to be than 00 go Brown
tract No., 8 (Brooker)-Res- principal address. legal more percentof to the national fund used for I ; remarks by W. P. t
will be of the two
son. orchestras to play one at the first Yesterday Mr. Brennan and qoullftad freeholders (property owners) I.q the district must. fighting Infantile paralysis A I Smith, vice-chairman of the Defense -
books will be with eat bsJIotiii;' Therefore' In order for be Council; Chaplain\ Mont.omery'a '
open annual Police Ball In the Starke Mr. Piety representing the Defense Tuesday's balloting to percentage of the proceeds Is left r
tract supervisor each weekm9A.M.to5P.M.unt11 6. to Program Works Division of a bpnafklo election.' SOl vote! would have had to lie recorded. with the local committee for use address; address by '
February according
armory an announcement, yesterday b y the Federal Works Administration .harelesime.*, 'forgetfulness' mid 'the I usual. attitude of "1.& In aiding cases In this county Governor Cone; song by the audience \ :

2. after to which the supervisors date they Bob Satterfleld. who is helping and' Sherwood Gates, representing George do It"; may be blamed for Tuesday's failure, but step by B., H.God S. Glee Bless Club America Any;Bonds song 'F I "
brought the Federal Ad-
in the courthouse. city officials, to stage the event. ministration; accompanied Security by should be taken -to see that the same poor spectacle' In nut repeated NCCS Dances Today; and benediction by the ", '
h the public mind pre-oc-- "The Ward outfit haa been of the Constructing when the neat election la held. Remembering our educational Enjoyable EventsThree Rev. O.' C. Powell '<

by war. politics has been heard, over station WSM on the" Quartermaster's Department from Pearl Harbor we must. not be caught napping again "We have never fought a war I

!Issue thus far this season National Barn Dance program, Camp Blanding made a thorough Having t* put up only f 35,000 on a modern 19.801 school hundred soldiers of an of aggression,' ex-Governor Cone i

ota single, announcementm Mr. Satterfield stated, "and "Is inspection tour of the buildingand plant l.. an opportunity that; will not come to Starke every day Infantry regiment from Camp stated at the beginning of his C

anyone seeking office well known to radio listener equipment, Mr. Wear stated, ,'peal muM no<. be trifled with or taken lightly. When the next. Blanding enjoyed a dance given speech "This is not only a war (f.t
Of Mr. Satterfleld stated that another Jan. 21at In the recreation hall to> protect our homes and '
ford County. course and found everything in order. fire-
elN.-ilcln. heW'we ri '
Ja- must
drag voter to the all Ifneceeaary.rsiake
in "off year" election and band as yet unannounced, polls day, of the USO-NCCS Club in Staiko.It slde, but the Church of Jesus s'
Inly county offices to be will be engaged for the evening The YMCA and the Jewish free use of the telephone, and perhapn even was a Joint affair sponsored by Christ as well. He closed his 'f ,

are places on the Board of so there will be no lull in the Welfare Board will be housed In make UMOfef. sVlpudHpfaker,. if such mesuMirr are __ )'. the National Catholic Community speech with the fervent wish f ':

Com m lasloners the festivities.*."We plan to make the the new building The taken NCCS Is With OM strike on them and the bases full we predict that Service Clubs. of Jacksonville\ St. "May our boys come back vie- '1 f i "'
already comfortably careof
Board of Public Instrucnd Police Ball an event that will go I In Its own new building. The the 604 freeholders: In Taut School District No. 3 will put he Augustine and Starke, and was I torlous In the end, and may they .j'/,\
a representative to the down I n Starke history, he I YWCA will occupy the Woman's next bond election over with a tremendous bangf the first of a series of dances to have cause to be proud of the < I '

legislature. said.Police be, held twice a month In the fu folks who have carried on the :
Club 1 :
building Just as soon as the UArrangements
first primary will be held Chief A. L. Alvarez an- YMCA has moved Its ture.' fight back home!" j1\f
I to new
eeday May 8th, and the nounced Thursday that 225 tick- I quarters Mr. Wear atated. One-Hour Register Now were made by Chaplain Montgomery 'cave ,'!

primary on Tuesday :May eta have already been sold to the I Parking In Contest James May NCCS Club directorIn some first-hand Information about f '
event and that at least 500 will Baby
Starke and James L. the
Buckley, high degree of morale that. 1I <
nty candidate! must qualify be sold by February 6. Movie Actor-Singer A assistant director, with the cooperation -.1 now exists In the Army., and urg- '
Contest the '
Baby to pick I
ithe Circuitnot Profits from the dance will be Being Enforced of Dan'Shanahan eil his J
Clerk of the Sees Friends HerePhil club civilian listeners not to ,
in the bank for "cutest boy and In Starke .
deposited use by girl director the
later than April 10. of NCCS' in St. Augustine shirk their defense duties at

Starke policemen and their families Regan, Irish' tenor movie and vicinity will be held at the and Mrs. Shanahan and home. "Ii!

Sketches during sickness or other misfortune star was a visitor in Starke Mon Red tags' are, coming into prom4 Florida Theatre Tuesday night, Cyril A. Marx Jacksonville Club s
t it .paid. Inence on automobiles In down- I
was day and Tuesday. His latest picture February 13, for the benefit'1 director and Miss Irene Scanlon, IJi
town Starke (
the is
City en-
iers Free fie ,
Is "Las Vegas' Nights, forcing ,tb fane-hour parking the Women's Service Organization assistant director. : Clinic Week i *
Bowling Teams which he .mad six months ago, chart ered bussesbrought
er 100 service men from regulations on Call .street I; from: for. Defense of which Mrs, R, A. Specially It
he stated Tuesday. Among his 35 St. Augusttine.
Blanding crowded, the small Picked At NCCS Court .ta.-Clierry streets. from S girls'from :
Green la chairman
other pictures are : "Hit Parade. 31
from Jacksonville and in I Starke
room of the local USO- A. M. to 7:30 P. M. I I
I ;
in which he played opposite The Baby Contest will be held 10 from Gainesville. Twenty-five f.
Over two hundred enlisted men, "W
club from 8:00: until 11:00 are realty enforcing the ,
natives of New York Frances Langford; '"Manhattan one-hour la connection with a Fashion Stnrke girls also attended the
night. The attraction principally parking regulations
ay Merry-go-round"; "Sweet A d e-' Show to be staged by Leila's. affair.
Rose de Montalgne; an artist and New Jersey! from one batta- chimed In Police Chief A. L. Alvarez | Many X-rayed'',
line, with Irene Dunne; VHoiise children between the ;
four yean study at the lion of a Field Artillery regiment: and Mayor N. D. Wainwright -I Only ages Mr. Marx was manter-of-cere
Arts in Paris.. spent Wednesday afternoon at the Wife." with Bette Davis; "Cal- Jr., yesterday morning in of two and eight yearn are eli monies, and Miss ,June! Graham, .j,.

specialty lit crayoncaricaat U. S. O. N. C. C. S. Club in lente with Delores Del Rio, etc response to a question.. The chief, I gible. Parents are urged to regIster president, and Miss Rae O'Green, Thtai might be termed "clinic ;'\l

which he la considered Starke. Mr. Regan Is also a radio !rtar however, stated that both W. E. their children now at LeJla's. vlce-pre I Ide n t of the NCCS week" for Staike and Bradford 6';

dept. The convoy was under the direction and has sold half a million phono- Thornton, night police, and Ben Registration ends February Ladles Auxiliary: In Jacksonville), County and It In no small privilege !

se who ,desired could pose of Lt. R. A. Dowllng graph records, he said. He halls : Holtzendorf, day man were sick 11, conducted the Paul Jones and to those suffering from certain ,. ;

sketch which was fininahed morale officer of the regiment, from Brooklyn-calls himself a i at the prevent time which haltedto I First and second prizes will be grand march The latter was fol. ailments to have the State. *'

re minutes. The sketches and the purpose of the programwas "Brooklyn bum" and entered some extent the enforcement. sliver cups; third, fourth and fifth lowed by the entire ansemblagesinging or County or some patriotic organization "

given to the men free of to select bowling teams from' pictures in 1933. He was for two He stated, however, that the regulation -1 prizes will be gold bracelets; and : "God Bless America." bring free examinations '

and In practically every the various batteries. years under contract with War- would l be strictly en- sixth seventh and eighth prizes During the intermission Pvt. and treatment to their i''

they Immediately mailed Six: batteries entered Wednes ner Brothers and now has a two forced. will be gold rings. A number of Kenneth KennlMon! fang two very door.

home. day's elimination trials and six year contract with Paramount. 'I smaller gifts will also be pres- vocal numbers. The American Legion Is sponsoring I : ;

the men expressed a desiree more will do so next Saturday The actor-singer Is .on bin way, Mrs. Delia Rowe I ented. Those who served on the reception today's clinic, for crippled ,nl,r

they were given: numberedin afternoon.Lt. to Miami where he will spend ,I committee.. of which Mrs. H. children and Is providing free I

order that they wouldve Dowling: plans to have two two weeks making, personal appearances > 'Mrs Della,..Rowe;"Widow, who Mrs. Annie Johns K.: Tucker Is chairman were Mrs. lunches/ for all who attend. It : 1!

to wait In line. During teagueu! one from each battalionand in vaudeville at the lived two m 11 O s southeast of I I Carl Knight, Mrs. Nat Sternberg, will begin: At, 9 A M. In the H'

clod of waiting they month devote Wednesday and Sat Royal Palm Club and the Olympia Starke on Road 28 died at her Mrs. Annie Johns OS: native of Miss Frances ''Peek, Mrs. Pauline Health Unit's office on the second I '

hundreds or more sol- urday afternoons of each week to Theatre "As soon as I return home at 11:43: P. M. Saturday, Starke died Sunday afternoon, Torode and Miss Lillian Stern floor of the courthouse.At I

and aallon who were taking competitive bowling. to Hollywood," he said, "1 Jan. 2., after.a lingering Illness. I January 18, In a'Jacksonville hospital least 50 persona from Brad ,

tags of the club's facilities. While the men were waiting for will start on a picture-The Life She was,burled at tile Woodlawn after a brief Illness. She berg.Those who served on the refreshment ford. Clay and Union counties: are \tai;,i

as bowling, tennis, badmln- their turns at, the alleys, they of Chauncy Olcotf-who wrote cemetery Macclenny, at' 3 o'clock had made her home In that city committee, of which expected to take advantage of :.S I

volley ball shuffle board, spent the> time playing various 'Mother Machree: 'My Wild Irish Sunday afternoon with the Rev.A. I for the 20 Mm Mike Dew Is chairman thin ,clinic: which will be under ,
past year iIi'
hoes and table games.. games and many also used this Rose.' 'When Irish Eyes are'smil E. Lightfoot officiating.Mrs. ., I were Mrs. M. Maresco, Mrs. V. 8. the Immediate direction Of Dr.
time to write letters home in the ing' etc." Mr. Johns It survived by two Paul H. Martin "
Rowe 'was born in Clay: St. Job n, Mrs. Warren. Mrs orthopedic sur '
I.. E.
Plumbing lounge room.on the grounds.C. Asked how he first !got Into County August 14, 1880, and sons R. O. Johns and Tuzzeo Mrs. L. Baker Mrs. T goon, of Jacksonville. He will be .'' :
Johns both of Jacksonville; three
pictures, Mr. Regan said his was 61 years of age. She came M. Connors, Mlsa Ruth Hersh- ably assisted by Dr. B. R. Boone (

n In Starke C. Woddell "break" "came at a house party to Bradford County 12 years ago. sisters Mrs. T. D. Dyal Brooker Utah; field and Mrs. Mabte Kiley. director of the Bradford County i'
Mr. V. M. Nuttall. Pravo. ;
when an Influential man heard Survivors include three sisters- Some of the visitors were Rev.J. Health Unit, MU Margaret Hox-:! j

ther new business concern C. C. Woddell, who came to him sing and arranged an appearance Mrs. Ben 1'endarvis. of Lawtey; I and Mrs. Charles E. Latham brother, Salt P. O'Mahoney University of sey public health nurse and local ',
l Its bow to Starke thisJ. Lake City, Utah; a ,
over. the Columbia Mrs. Rance Raulerson, of Mac- Florida, Chaplain J. B. Mahoney physicians. l,
Francis Duguid,, Inc.,- Ingharn. Broadcasting system.Mr. clenny; and Mrs. Dave G.itlin of K. J. Dowllng Stsike. Lt. Blllado, recreation officer Lt. The Joncs-Lungford-Whlte Post i'

bing" heating-, electrical ap P. M. last Friday at the homeof Regan stopped over In Lake Butler; two brothers: Lewis Funeral cervices were held I William Reed morale officer of the American Legion, at their,
es. M F. (Mark) BOBa \ afternoon 19, at
Monday regular meeting Tuesday night.,
his pon-in-law and daughter Starke to visit with his old "flat- Carter and Will Carter; one son- Jose De Montaigne entertained ,
the manager, and the new 3 o'clock In the Hampton ChrlH- appointed the following member I''
Mi. and Mrs. E. O. Edwards of footed friends," Joe H. Arnold Lindaey Rowe; and three daughters / soldiers In the lounge room with
81:' is located In the Ford .tlan Church. Interment was In to verve as a chlldren'acommittee
the New Method cleaners, afteran and Tim Giordano, of the Para -Mrs. Joe Wainwright, Mrs. his drawings. crippled -*? I
Company building on Santa Fe Cemetery under the di- to assist with the clinic
Illness of three weeks. mount Grill. Back In 1932 ,they G. E. MtddletoOt: and Mr. Roy
on street. rection of Key McCabe. : L. J. Green, A. J. Thomas
Funeral and burial service were on the police force togetherIn McKinney Twenty-five young Starke !
y have been in business for
N. D.
took place'at the Santa Fe cemetery New York City. "I may fly were joined by 35 girls from Mayor Wainwright Jr.,
ant 20 years Mr. Bostick at 4 o' County Court TupsdayAccoI'dlng evenIng L .D. Vlnlng, K. G. Duncan Judge ij
Sunday afternoon back for Starke's Police Ball/ Buys Home In ,Starke Gainesville on Wednesday
Tuesday and feels that E. K. Perryman and C. K. Cooper. Ihi
clock with the Rev. A. 10:. Llght'oot the actor said. and acted as dancing part-
are well prepared for the pastor of the Starke Bap- Thursday of last week W T. to Judge E. K. Per- nerd for 129 men. Mrs. H. 10:. -

"Our business was built on tic I Church officiating. Air. Clute realtor sold to Mr, and rymun the County Judge' Court Tucker was In charge of the The free "T. B." Clinic held

y workmanship": ''We don't Woddell was CT years of age hav- Asks Pepper's Help Mrs. W M. Ward, of Live ,Oak will convene In recessed session group from Starke while Miss 1 Tuesday and Wednesday was a
a Job until It Is finished"; I Tuesday Feb. 10, at which time marked success With S43 -
ing been born May 28 1875. W. T. Clute and W. P. Smith a residence on the southwest,, cor- Mary Heltrmann: of Box 736, persons
protect your health with Survivors include four sister; represented the Chamber of Commerce ner of Madison and Orange. It quite :a number of cases will Gainesville organized and was In voluntarily taking advantageof
plumbing"-are some of come for trial. Regular senslon the free lung X-ray examinations -
two brothers; and five daughtersMrs. Monday at the Roosevelt was a two-story, 8-room frame up charge of the group from GalnesVlJli. -
Hip statements made Mr. convened last Tuesday, and -261 '
by white and 282
Minnie Bowman' of Mrs. F. F. persons
Fayetteville Hotel In Jacksonville at a meeting residence belonging to
Kk this week. He came to Elzora Bowen W. HelenH. the following Jurymen were Three Gainesville ladles Mrs.F. colored.A f
Be Ark.; Mrs. of the Democratic Slate Executive Flume. Mri. R. Mills.
from Jacksonville.hodist Houston, Texas; Mrs Beulah Committee, hoping to con- Stewart and Mr. George P. chosen: Heltzman. Mrs E. J. Shea and mobile X-ray unit was provided '

Ross, Seminole Okla.; Mrs. Essie tact Senator Claude Pepper with Dover, heirs of the'Dover estate. Willard Gosklns, G. R. Alvarez, Mrs. W F. Franks, acted a I under the auspice of the

Church Tate, Okemho Okla.; and Mrs. reference to having- Starke de- 'The Wards will remodel the A: M. Lewis. Wallle Crews. Ira chaperons.The Bradford County Health Unit and Is.

rvices church EX O. Edwards Starke. clared a defense area. home and hope to take title and Wilson Frank M, Norman. H. C. dance was in honor of one Tuberculosis Committee, by the ,
In the nexty
Pall bearers were: Out Myrlck. get' posseiwlon shortly after February I Harley Bert Hlnson. Gilbert of, the Northern Infantry regiments Division of Tuberculosis of the }( ,
wUl be: Glenn Wood, Falling In this attempt Mr. Brown U. D. Dyal. H. C. Alderman and practically kll 'the men State Board of Health. '
:J. W. Bedenbaugh, 1. The purchase price was 1\\
wch School 10 A. M.rnlng Clute went to Tallahassee Tues
E.. C. Buck Clarence Melton, and $.,:OO. Mr. Clute stated. and Charley J. Powell. are natives of Maine, Over 125:
Worship 11 o'clock.n where that night he had a ,1:11
> Subject: "Living With A. O. Andreu. conference day with Senator Pepperat men danced from 8:00 P. M. to Jordan Boys Sign Up :<\::

Arrangements were in chargeof Two FHA Houses I New ,PharmacistW. 11:00 P. M. Others took advantage I "I
Ives. home Of his Asked
the ?
It for the U. S.
DeWItt C.. Jones. of the club facilities for various was a big day I ij
le' Youth Fellowship meet- what local citizens could do Rn Hall will begin: construction M: Carter of Waynesboro.Ga. games. I Navy and a proud day for Mr. f ]
are at 6:30 P M.wilng .' to help have Starke declared a at and Mrs. W. T. Jordan of Starke 51
New 'Tire BoardThe at once on two FHA model .; Is the new pharmacist The management of the dance :
Worship 7:30 o'clock. defense area the Senator prom- W. when their three 1 It'
Dr Louis chairman sons Milton
houses In'I._ 'A. Davis Plnehurot Koch's drug store. was under Mrs. ,
B Song Service Is an Inter- new Tire Rationing Board ised to write him"within two or subdivision In "West, End," which : part of the evening ser three days suggesting Just what his time at his other store In In Starke. service on ,the same day at the \
(4 -1) for Starke and vicnltyU him h4 and W. T, Clute.' realtor, are .
in this and
service be assuring
the could done
mem- Smith chaIr- Arcadia since his son. Bill who Mrs. Mike Dew was in charge Jacksonville recruiting station. A "
as follows: W. P. developing. (
>f.the asked would do In his
congregation are he everything fourth Eston.-ls in the \1
Is now coffee son. Armyat
L. L. Conner and L. D. was in the Arcadia store o! refreshments and served -
man 2- '
; Clute the '
to Mr. ,
Oct their favorite to According '
songs'andn power help. assisted Fort Bragg N. C." where he
the Army air corps. wafers and punch t
: 1 Green. Freeman Register r e house will cost approximately |Iin
,slnglng'them.: : advantages would come bedroom has I his basic '
Many and Mr. St. just; completed
from Mr.. Warren '
.. by
signed,' as the State set-up require while,, the 3-bed- I Mr. Carter I. originally "
4.2SO., I
sermon at the
subject evenervice to Starke as the result of being trainingwith the highest rating
that no tire dealer may will sell at around Valdoeta, ,Oa.. and comes to
will be for room
"Healing, declared defense area-amongr awarded at the A fifth ;
administrator a In reception committee washeaded camp.
E. U Williams Starke after a two-year stay
oken serve : Each boas In the -
hearted. 94.3CO.
FHA houses could be sold J. W Jordan Is taking an
announced Tuesday. L. them. Ga. His wife and by Mrs. Tucker assistedby I lIOn
situated lot Waynesboro,
|yer service at the church'ednesday small down will be on a active In home defense being
with only a paymentand In Mba Lorraine Hartmann, Mrs. part
fill the vtlll Wayne.-
will children
D. Green vacancy will bepa.ed two are
7:30 P. M. I the balance like rent, and 70X100) feet the streets to M. Brady Mrs. O. Warren; ),Ira.T. In charge of an air raid
to move
left Mr. Register.The and boro but expect
liters welcome at all serif by Mr. Glut and water, lights station of Starke..r' .
rented warning east
some even N Connors and Reeves.
Brooker Board remains Intact stated. Starke after the clone of school\ Sgt.
[ the church. r ftatitl. "ew!r Installed was P

'O. C. Powell. Pastor.i 1 1I I Mr. WUllam stated.



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;'t the role of feeding the democracies. All Brevities
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! t':" The Bradford KntaMlHned County 1877E. Telegraph future over the on world American our allies production are staking and their theyare BRIDGE CLUB lJa/ &,wij

L. MattTiewa ___ ___________ Editor and <*** just as concerned with the productionof ny 1lra.llen Hardy Mro. I. B. Harrison entertained I

food as with the production of guns. SEWING CLUB MEETS Thursday afternoon January 22, Author of "How to Win Friends
8CBHCKIITION KATE The Ladles Sewing Club held at her home for members of the

Pearly $1.75; Six Months. tl.oo.hbUlihed Its regular semi-monthly meeting club. The living room and din- and Influence People.
The Kids May Have To Watch Tuesday. Jan. 20, at the homo of ing room were made more attractive -

Weekly on Fridays and Entered ae Sec- As Daddy Rides A Bike Mrs. O. W. Barry. with cut flowers.
at Starke. VI*. In the living several progressions of
Matter at the Post Office The guests gathered After
end Claw director of what
Henderson U. S.
Leon ,
room which was made attractive bridge It was found that Mrs
goods we can and can't have during 1942, with potted fern and E. J. Hazen had made high and

Farmers Just As ImportantAs took time off from his busy job the other. seasonal flowers. as a prize she was presented a MAKE HIM WANT TO DO IT

In This War Mro. E. C. Long served a a lovely tea pot. Mrs. Mac Hall hint how to collect
Soldiers to for bicycle ride. After pedalinga i Want a on dues for
your .
day go absence of Mrs. *
president In the held low and was given a pair
of the farmer in this war To collect money for an organization that
The status while he proclaimed the new type "Vic- B. F. Hazen.It of novelty vases. hail 1
is rapidly being recognized as every bit as tory Model" he was riding to be a suitable was decided to donate $5: to The hostess served delicious foundation usually requires more tact than a like WJ
soldier.As the Red Cross, and continue to cocanut cream pie and coffee to for a philanthropic organization.
important as the bicycle whereupon 12 bicycle manufacturers So when the following letter was sent
Free- help them all along as the club those present.Mr. to 75ik\
the government's Food for agreed to make that same model exclusively sees fit. Other problems of the the association of the secretaries of the various

dom program gathers momentum a farmer during the coming year.It club were discussed and new officers 'and Mrs. Hershel Layfield, of commerce in Texas, the result was poor. One
elected for the coming Mrs. Jake Keen and Mrs. Morgan mad he wrote letter
outstanding production job were so a denouncing it. Here
who does an recognition is expected, in 1942, that there will year as follows: Mra T. W. Tilghman were shopping I n fortunate letter: It]

will be given practically all of the be a wide demand for bicycles among adults Mat-key, president and Miss Lu- Gainesville Thursday of last week. "We are trying to induce new Chamber of
that to an army hero, and a far- to defense bedla Plnholster secretary and Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Crews and c.
goes who need transportation to get managers to join our association, but we are han'by
Sue, were
who falls down on the job, due to his treasurer. daughter, Marjorie the fact that a number of the older "
mer jobs and whose automobile tires are ready Tempting tuna fish salad, saltines visiting Mr. and Mrs. O. W. managers;
lack of effort, will be looked upon as responded with their dues as yet.
own for retirement. and hot coffee, were served Barry Saturday.
a slacker. Consequently the bicycle manufacturers by the hostesses, Mrs. O. W. Mr and Mra. Bill Plummer of "You intend paying your dues. Why not doit-i
of our government are no Barry Mrs. Florence Varnadoeand Lawtey were visiting Mr. and give the membership committee a little assistance;!
The : farm have been busy working up plans fora Mrs I. W. Plnhol ter. Mrs. A. L. Green, Jr., and Mrs. your check at once to Texas." I

keenly aware of the need for all-out new model which would use as little of The next meeting will be held John Cone Sunday. Sidney Kring, Harlingen, Texas, president of d th

production that it seems likely they may scarce materials as possible. The Victory at the home of.Mrs. L. A. Brownon Mr. and Mrs. Jack Simmons of Chamber of Commerce Managers, reconstructed 1L

ii eventually put farming on a military:operation Model is the answer-a bicycle which is 21 Tuesday,' February 3. Mrs.Gainesville N. C. were Mott visiting Sunday.Mr. .Mr. and and suggested that the following would be much b<
"The president of our organization has
basis unless: they get record crops en- pounds lighter in weight than the average, KKTTV: 'HAZKL: GREEN: and Mi.]?! Gano and son, and a responsibility on me by asking me to placed*
result of the voluntary deter- HONORED Merrice were' visiting their serve L'
tirely as a which nickle or plated chairman of the
consumes no copper, Miss Hazel as membership committee for ft.
Honoring, In the Alachua County
themselves.As nephew
mination of the farmers which has smaller than tires Chamber of Commerce.
work; average Green who celebrated her birthday Hospital Saturday night.
the size of our army increases and made of 90( percent reclaimed rubber and anniversary Thursday Jan- Mrs. W. A. IlIntonnd Mrs "No man in our organization has worked hardy

1 as the employment in industrial production which requires pounds less steel than uary 22, Miss Lucille Hinton en- Lyon Crosby spent Friday at success than you have, so I am coming to you fa;
many tertained at her home with a Camp Blandlng. and suggestions. What would you do to build men
increased competitionfor
mounts, there will be Usual. party. Mr. and Mrs. R. Duke% of and maintain interest of our professional co-wo-;:

farm labor. It is probable, therefore, Although the manufacturers will be Many games were enjoyed by Dukes Station were visiting Mr. our state association?

that the government will have to take a permitted to make 760,000 Victory bicy- everyone present around a large and Mrs. Dave Green Sunday. "You are recognized as a leader in your profess:

determining labor assignments and bonfire which added much com- Mrs. T. W.. Markey, Mrs. Roy surely your suggestions will aid me to bring men
hand in It is
cles, they will be strictly for adults. : fort to the winter night. Green and Mrs. Leslie Green were bers to share the inspiration found within !
will assign sufficient men and women to believed that bicycles now in the hands of Later In the evening delicious visiting Mary Joe Green who Is a "With sincere assurance of our orgat:
I my appreciation
farms in order that no production will be children, used largely for recreational pur- ''which refreshments the honoree were was served presentedwith after patient In the Alachua Friends County assistance, and with best personal regards, I at

i interrupted. be kept in good running order Hospital Saturday night. truly yours."
poses, can many lovely gifts. will be glad to know she Is Im-
1 There is talk at present of putting our through repairs and, if they can't the Those who enjoyed the even- roving steadily.T. The response to such a letter, says Mr. Kring
uniformfor Ing with Miss Green and the host- W. and John Pin- probably bring a reply that would read something"
land army in uniform-a special children will have to sit on the sidelines Markey
ess were Misses Lorraine Thomas holster were transacting business "You have flattered me in your letter asking
those patriots who are serving their while daddy rides to work. Martha Sue"Rhlmes. Louise Par- In Tampa Tuesday. help with the membership activity of the Texas

:h country by seeing to it that, our armed There are approximately 10,000,000 rish.' Bet t y e Palmer, Agnes Mrs. T. W. Markey and Miss of Commerce Managers association have been

forces, our civilian population and our mile bicycles now in operation in the United Rhlmes, Hazel I Crosby Leslie Lubedla Pinholater ppent Wed ly interested in what TCCM and its associa
Thomas Douglas Hazen. Howard nesday afternoon In Starke. meant to me and I am anxious to bring such into
all with sufficient .
of allies supplied used ,
lions are States, but 85 percent of them are now Douglas, Harrell Kirkland Cecil
Mrs. G. B. Colaon and Mrs. J. fellow secretaries in the profession therefor
healthful food. There is also talk of children. The will be built Melvin. James Crosby Ovid my ,
by new bicycle K. Douglas spent Tuesday In be glad to do what I can to help you.

: divisions of the regular army being assigned for adults only and may be allotted just to wards Lewis, W.Bill C.Parrlsh Crosby, Junior Earnest Mott Ed- Gainesville. "First, find attached hereto my check for my

t to the battle of the land-to aid those of us who can prove a genuine need Bob ParrU'h:) R. C. Howard Feal- Leslie In and Gainesville.Ray Green spent dues; I just neglected sending them sooner

\IC. I where necessary, in capturing from the soil for them. ton Galney, Ralph Weathlngtonlvin Monday "Next, I would suggest that as many of our
Mrs. W. H. Hinton and
\ Howard and Elbert Tyler. members make a personal visit to the non-mer
every last pound of those vitamin-produc- The rest of us, who will be unable to Green spent Tuesday In Gaines-
their immediate area; second best, a letter tell.
ing foods which will play such a decisive buy tires for our cars and who will not be Mr. and' Mrs. Douglas Hardyof ville. They were accompaniedhome what TCCM has done for us and what it should

t part in this war. able to buy bicycles, will have to go back to Hampton were visiting Mr. Jo.The by. Mra. Green's daughter them ought to help.
and Mrs. Eldon Hardy Wednes- Mary
:'I In addition to being the arsenal for horses, or if worst comes to worst-we may friends of Mr. and "If you will advise me the names of the non-E:

t democracy, this nation also has assumed even have to walk! day.Miss Grace Dukes of Worthington Mrs. G.many S. Crews welcome them in my section them."of Texas I shall make a special f e

Springs spent last Wednes- back to Brooker. Mr. Crews Is contact
; day with Mrs. E. J. Lewis and employed at the American Tung That kind of letter is better than the one or\ '

THIS WEEK IN THE WAR Mm. James Endlcott. Oil Mills. because it refrains from criticising the person r<
and makes him want to do something. The writ
1'1'II+II instead of
gets co-operation antagonism. Always!
; I (A summary of Information on the Important development. of the NEW RIVER FLA. STATE FARMBy make want to do instead of
week, mails available hy official ourca In the Office of Government vier a person something,
Ij Reports, Waihlnctoo. D. C.) Jennie. *Lee'Lazenby* E. R. not force him to do something.home .
TIIK: WAR FRONT Inc., to make an emergency: additional will offer 100,000,000 bushels'wheat of The following Illnesses have BRIDGE CLUB

President Roosevelt told his charge of 10 cents per for sale to aid livestock ;:
conference and Inter-allied package sent as first, fccond or producers to attain new production Turner, Si', hap flu; Fernie entertained by Mra. B. C. Princeof Shepherd.Mr. I.in Jacksonville for an
ti prcad thlrd-clas: rates. Roalit. Agricultural MarketIng Moody and his father. Obey, have Lake Butler at the home of and Mrs. J. W. Stogdill operation. We are bopr'J|

nupply council and similar jointcommands and Administrator Henderson reported the mumps; Bud Moody has appendicitis ...Mrs. L. F. Chapman. Mrs. Sanford and son, J. W. Jr., of Gainesville, I good news from her
are In existence, ARMY more than 2.6 OOOO.000 ; and the Pledger Johns Ritch of Brooker, Mrs. Hess spent Thursday with Mr. and
excellent progress la being madeto The President said the United pounds of agricultural commodities baby has been ill with cold but of' Miami and Mrs. Paul M.c Mrs. Paul Mc Lendon. RULED INDEX CU
strengthen the position of the Nations are collaborating with valued at $300.000,00 has la recuperating now. Lendon were special guests. Mra. 81 per M-BRADFORD]
United Nations In the Southwest Mr, and Mrs Martllng of Melrose -
the U. S. to effect transfers to been shipped to Britain under the Mr. and.Mrs.., D. A. Greek and Prince presented each member were of Mr. TELEGRAPH.
Pacific. the American armed service of Lend Lease program up to De- and the guests with a beautiful supper guests
Loadholtz and ,
son, Willie family and Mrs.
M. E. Griner
'ti The Army announced Gen. the Americana who had enlisted cember 1. He said the war In of Jacksonville were recent guestsof handU' -chief. Mm W. N. North

'.t MacArthur's forces have repultied' bojoro the. war under foreign the Pacific had not changed the Mr. and Mrs. S. L. Crews. won high score a work bag. Mrs. night. AUTO PAP
..r continuous heavy attacks by reinforced flags.; War Secretary Stlmson basic program for' agricultural Scott was the bingo winner, a M.'. and Mrs W. N. North,
Japanese units on Ba- anuouirud completion of plan*] for <>I>eratk>n..- -"We are continuing Mrs. Chester Moody of Lake glass' toilet bottle;. and Mrs. Mrs. A. Rlcharde\ Mrs. H. M. USED TIRES (WE|
''I' taan Peninsula Inflicting heavy the formation of a 6th Armored hravy purchases to make available Butler was visiting in 'our sec Chapman was given a gift of Richarde and children and Chap- YOUR SIZE), GEM
"+ losnes on the enemy with comparatively Division and two additional all- the vital supply of foods for tion Sunday on the way'to spend Roseville: pottery by the hostess. lain and Mrs. L. A. Shepherd AUTO GLASS CAi\

''c r low"losses. to the de, negro unit: an Infantry division England and Russia." the day with her husband at Refreshments were chicken salad, visited In Jacksonville Friday. CARS AND TRt'CKSCONDITION.
( fenders. The entire Japanese and an air pursuit squadron. The Camp Blanding hot rolls, pickles cakes, coffee Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Bouvier .
'II, House and SID 1"8 The play at the school house visited Mr. and Mrs. C. A. McRaeat
14th Army together with other iutsed sent to the and mints.SHOWER.
b I Senate The Maritime Commission a- last Friday1 night was a huge McIntosh Saturday. Mrs. Bou-
units, landed on Luzon. U. S. legislation appropriating Used Autos $J3j::
I Army forces'*. a Ilk a Japanse $12.900.000: to provide 33,000 warded contracts for construction success. A net profit of JT.SO\ vier remained for several days

cruiser and a' large tanker 100 new Army planes and equipment I of 660 vessels. This brought the was realized from the very small Mrs. J. Q. Godwin. Mrs. J. C. visit among old friends. HAS KI !

miles off_Jolo, and shot down 18' for them. total of Liberty ships contractedfor fee charged at the door Wallace, Mrs. Robt. Kite and Mrs. Bryan Whitfield spent
enemy planes in the Philippines. I to 997. Labor Director Hillman Mrs. S. L. Crews has been recuperating'Irom Monday in Gainesville. AUTO PAf1
The Navy announced the NAVY l proponed a plan to place flu this week. Mrs. L. A. Shepherd were hostesses Friends of Mrs. Oscar Partneywere North of Town!

freighter 8S Brazos was sunk Ina President Roosevelt<< asked C m- shipyard workers on a six-day, Mrs. N. G. Moody, Mrs. Bell at a lovely shower for Mrs. distressed to hear that she

eollltilort 120 mllea southwest of grass for I13.96O.OOO.OOO: for the 48-hour week in the Atlantic Johns and Junior Moody were in Paul McLendon Wednesday. Two ..
Cape Hattcras and during the Navy and signed' ax bill authorising Calf and Great Lakes zones. Palatka Sunday.Mr. Interesting contents provided entertainment ._
past week U-boats. sank the Cityof establishment of a special and Mrs. C. E. Andrews for the guests. Win- FUNERAL DIRECTORMy

Atlanta the Latvian freighter limited-service Marine Corps com- PRIORITY UNKMPLOYMKNT: : were attending to business in ners of both, Mrs Lloyd Jen- I Many Year Experience Makes It Possible for Mel I ( "

Clltvalra, the tankers Colmbra posed of World War veterans and President Roosevelt asked Con- Gainesville Monday. nings of Starke and Mrs. Oscar EFFICIENT PROMPT SERI
and Allan Jackson, and torpedoedthe older men to be used in patrolling greim for $300.000,000 to aid Mr. and Mrs. O. E. Crosby and Partney were given baby dolls ,

tanker Malay. The Navy did ana guarding vital faculties. The workers who lose their Jobs tem- children attended the funeral of an prizes. Many lovely and use- I MODERATE PRICES
not announce number of U-boats Navy announced that students In C. C. Woddell.; at Santa Fe Cem- ful gifts were presented to the DeWITT C. JONES
porarily because of conversion of
sunk or captured but said "someof school or college who have not etery. honoree by Master Harold God- l Starke. Florida
the recent visitors to our territorial yet reached their 20th birthday'civilian Industry' to war production Mra. Vergie Raulerson of Jacksonville win. Delicious refreshments con-
waters will never enjoy may enlist In the Naval Reserve) If the worker is willing to was the guest of her par sisting of chicken salad olives.
4 the return trip portion cf their with permission to complete the take special training to fit him ents. Mr. 'land Mre. Sam Whitehead saltines and coffee with an at- W. T. CLUTE-REALTOR
current for a war industry Job. Under and her aunt, Mrs. Julia
voyage. The U. 8. Navy sunk year before reporting tractive baby doll favor on each
I the program; 'workers would re Johns F. H. A. LOANSWe
; three merchant ships off Tokyo for duty. recently. plate were served by the host
; nay and torpedoed a 6.000tont celve a weekly benefit payment Mrs. Bill Williams of Lake Butler ellOles.I want the listing on your property I
CIVILIAN DKFKWUC equal to 60 percent of regular was visiting with Mrs. S. L.
,, vessel in
enemy Blnanga
Bay. We have for so
I President Rvo evelt. nakctl Congreaa earnings, but Irf no case more Crews one day this week. I After spending several months some wonderful properties |
AUTOS! TRICKS AND TIKES for 10O.OOO.OOO to be used than $24 a week in benefits for Mr. and Mrs. C. P. Ganus of visiting her son and daughter-in- See us about your Real Estate Needs

31 11 The WPB ordered all production by the OCD for air raid protec- 26 wecka. The Federal grant :Jacksonville organized: a musical law. Mr. and Mre. Bryan Whit- 119 E. CALL STREET rRO
rP of pat Ii trucks for any purpose halted the appropriation and formally tween unemployment compensa entertained with a good returned to her home In
.1; February 1. The announcement placed the responsibility lion paid by the State and the 60 They will teach any Instrument program. ..... -... -.. ... -.. ..... ..... ..... .... ,...

a of the order said all military de- for civilian protection with the percent war dislocation benefit. .and voice, and anyone Interestedmay Park.Mr.. and Mrs. Sanford Rltch

mands can be filled from the OCD. The FBI announced it will The WPA announced it Ii' Working enroll at the school Friday and lIOn, Gene are visiting Mr. Prompt Service CarefulStarke !
stockpile of autos that will be conduct special war traffic I on a program to shift tot night. and Mrs. Jim Rltch.
on hand by that date and which schools for police of 120 .strategi "A rolls those workers dislocated I Afr. and Mrs. Monroe Barr of
cannot be sold without Government cally located cities. Tie War Department by the war who do not fall 'Jacksonville were visiting their Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Wallace

s4 1i, permission. OPA announced announced that In cooperation within the scope of the program I :randparents, Mr. and Mrs. G. W. visited In. Jacksonville Friday. Taxi Seri
that there Is outlined\ by the President.800TSEY'S I Mrs. J. O. Dukes of Worthington -
no prospect of with the OCD it will Andrews Monday. Mr- Barr and
rationing for used cars or of commandeering establish six more schools to ,Reddish Andrews enjoyed a hunt- Springs waa the guest of her
A' of private OPAamended teach clvuhm parent Mr. and Mrs. F. R. Holmes Locally Owned and Opeated
cars. defensework*** BEACH Ing trip, even though luck seem for
the auto freezing orderto protection against chemical weapons By Miss. Effle Crawford 'ed to be against them. several days this week. .
permit transfer of title to any such as Ineeadhury bo.... Mra. T. H. Sheppard receiveda Mrs. J. L Robinson and Mrs. Phone '150
vtalole under the terms R. N. II. U Parker .visited and shopped -
of Installment Crawford who has been letter last week from her son,
contracts drawn up before LABOR recovering for the past few Edwin, who Is In the Navy radio In Jacksonville Friday. Mra. Day

January 1 and repossession of ,Labor Secretary IVrkina resorted creeks U confined 'to, hla bed school In Indiana, He stated that Parker remained then to nurse
any vehicle involved In a breach hourly earning of wag I again. "* he saw Carole Lombard several her granddaughter Mrs. Merrill 10- .., .. ,
of such contract. The agency also earners In manufacturing Indimirles Lee Johns of Live Oak was a times during her visit In Indianapolis Robinson who la seriously 111. "
amended its tire freezing rule row 1.5 prreeat to a new visitor to this section Saturday. and that he sat directly Mrs. J. H. Dunn of Paducah.

to allow clergymen to purchasenew high of 78.1 percent-13 percent William Morgan of Evergreen I 'whlnd her .on one occasion. He Ky arrived Sunday for an ex-
tires and tubes. OPA put a above the sauae time la.nl. year. wa visiting the bedside of R. N. found the news of her death In tended visit with Mr. and Mra MADE
ceiling price Crawford Sunday.. J. C. Wallace. HAVE YOUR SHOES
on materials used In A\erae hour worked per week l plane accident hard to realizeor :
retreading used tires.ILlL1t0.11) ((1O.3 huurp were 4 percent above A Urge .crowd from this section / she seemed so attractive and Mrs Calvin Williams and, baby ,,NEW
'..lit jear' and attended church at Ever daughter.. Sandra Sue. hare returned ;
RATES UP weekly earnings of life the last time he saw 't Shoe Repairing' Dyeing and
132.81), 2 green Saturday night and rom the hospital In ,
The Interstate percent Usher.AUIUCL'LTTTRE Sun her Edwin also told his mother '
Commerce Commission day. Gainesville and are visiting at the 'Done C If
that he and several other boys' At A Moderate
granted railroads
to increase passenger permission fares- Tbe Department of Mr*. William Morgan and fam- took the physical examination for I I Ing Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Lajcenby
Agriculture ily Ladle
were visiting at the home Shoes All WorkA
of submarine 'b '
10 percent. Exempt from the Increase I al'flo'.IDC'ed It will increase Mr. and Mrs. R. N. duty u t only an Sunday. Mra. Zlpperer will be
are special fares granted chase of eggs to support Rto\ .i to military or naval men on fur prices at a level at least Jack Dixon of He failed also. bird. THE ELECTRIC SHOE SHOP
Iou!;''. Permission was also grant.,percent of parity. The pur.j the bedside of R.Lawtey N. visited Mrs E. A. Zirperer and chil- LotHer McCullough la now trac- Under New Management
ed to the Crawford Jren. Jimmy Dell. torlng
Railway Express agency modity Corporation Saturday afternoon. ; Bobby and another big field on one ACROSS FROM PARK THEATRE
ails of Jacksonville
were vislt- tt
Floyd Wiggins' farms.
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VARY 30 19011 "

It be Betty Jean? --voice? dence 28x34 feet PAGE In Mrs.HIRER Bertha .(?t -J.,,'

High: School The Juniors want to give a The Freshmen ''t'
' Journal play to address Pearce'a re-subdivision for Robt. ,

the Seniors as "Sir" and "Mad; B. Wear Executive Secretary ot I.
The Home Economics girls are am?" the YMCA. i I \
getting thoroughly checked up on '
these days'I'Jacqueline' ; !

frtorInChlefThompson VIAL STAFF An Open Letter Senior BiographiesLESTER Odds And EndsThe Is one of the vic- Building PermitsB. MANUSCRIPT. CO"EItS.1 F r

tie From StudentsTo tims of this disease called cold? V. Hall 1. contractor. Jan 15. per 100-BRADFOKD COUNTY >
(BUCK) McMILXAN "B" Club had Its first Garnlta Hutto has a beautiful I3.00O for .
Hal Reporters one- tory frame real- TKLKGKAP11. X'/.i' i
The PublicTo meeting of the new yearIOllt I
icox Margie Mathews You know the old saying of "It ,' ,

takes of Wednesday the highlight was .' C' ..." ,., .'.' ..'.. .,. C" .-- .. ...
rothy Green Whom It all kinds people to make the ..=, .__'. .c
May Concern: presiding officer Vlce-Fresi-
fetal Features We the undersigned, residentsof the world" well we can apply dent Joe Andrews performing his I i<
that to the graduating clasn of
Ovid Futch Joe Starke
B. and students of Brad- duties In the absence of President .
1942. We have from
i Landeror ford High School request blooming Paltry Roberts. But we were
Reporters undivided attention for collaboration geniuses to heroic football players glad to see Patsy back Monday,
i Nina Bishop Edna Our specimen of the football NOW OPEN ii
on Starke's serlo'in civic morning, although Joe did plenty
players is our curly headed
Edwards problem. all-right. The program was \\i
.(______ Patsy Roberts Starke has never known Lester McMllIian better known as something to talk about too. I
________ Mae Parker hall a recreation Buck. Buck's biography will follow really enjoyed that orchestra.

______ Buddy Davis are not asking or for gymnasium.a We along the same line of the Freeman's latest addition to his ifOn
_____ Douglas Hazen Wa realize how much expense building.and tolrthdate other biographies first and by so stating on. BelieveIt his drum compartment is the "block" LANOLA LINKS if

101 Features the tremendous burden the usually) played (knocked on)
government or not he was born In Ash-
yes.Joe Lander la when a western song is being
carrying at
present. vllle h. C., on September 21,
because it sounds like
Reporters Before played
or Camp Bland.ng came to 1924 We all thought he was a 11.
., Nina Bishop ShirJarlorle war-by Kingsley Lake, Starke native of Florida. He began his horses galloping along. I think Highway 48 Toward Camp Blanding! ,
Gridei- Edna toasted an American Freeman Is after the Mickey I
Legion school career in Florida when he
artha Markey. Eva Hume Woman's Clnb Building, was In the third grade. One ofBuck's Rooney)/ style drums. More powerto CURB SERVICE .
Gainey and an Armory. The students of most vivid school mem- you kids. Garnita sang like a ';:

ers Sports Bradford High .:oufd claim none ories In his early school life here professional. I could just see Honest to Goodness''
Peels a! these for her In the swellest broadcasting
Opal everyday recreational
was when Mrs. Wainwright ap- ,
station In Radio before
fhclllfes. City a
plied he paddle none too lightly I microphone, making her weekly BAR. B Q. 't.:
T.nta' that Ca-np Blanding has to him for a crime he cannot remember I ',
broadcast celebrated "blues
as a .r
u.cjiue: u. reality, a new Catholic as the paddling filled his i'
singer We'll be listening, Gar-
Center and U. S. ,), building have mind so completely. That was one J'I
nlta. I heard that Douglas was .
IEIO ON ;.ten built.: Our American Legion time Buck concentrated fully on ,
IOXfers Iit: H'oaian's C ''. Building and the subject. unable to announce the program. t,1tl I,
I can't understand it. Well, we all :
Arm u y have beau commandeeredand Buck, moved to Mlms and then .
fifth columnists, were bashful too, 'once. tl
be biting the hand ttey are lev soldiers only, to Fort Christmas!!, Fla., then re- f tls!
face II r. a while, Those cheer leaders gave us a
'them Instead of cod we use the Arm- turned to Starke to enter the kiII}
treat. We all were expecting to
rI'for: banket bin,
games. Wi fifth From the fifth
grade. gradeon
to make
helping: have teen b vitej be asked to use our own vocal II ,
lo the Amoilcan he has been
making a
[ food which they are up '
cords but Instead up they rose \
Legion :
HeIn! the aftei- name for himself, so now In his
nO'ID"'e are not .:l->\vcd In last year he has finally succeededby and began harmonizing without a Southern Style! :
re men who are most the Y02: :. C A. A* all. We were being the ideal football player mention of anyone else. To those \
time like this, be- all under the Impression who did not have the pleasure of t,
that Y. and all little ambitiousboys'
works on his stomas M. C. A. stood for being hearing them, I wish to call your *
"Young Men'3 Idol. i
his attention to their to Bar rB Q Ribs A
fights on atom Christian Aasor':ttion," but now ability sing Specialty JVV'
|of us may cooperatesave we are In doubt. The new U S. Buck likes football, dancing, by the fact that they were clap- .
food If swimming, brown eyes, red hair ped-biick twice. We salute .J
even we you
club is
eltlon to raise a small ent; the staff unoccupied of workers at the at pres-the and no camouflaged fingernails, cheerleaders, and hope you will Deluxe Sandwiches Of All Kinds t
of sort and talk-
no any
rops on a small piece Woman's Club lit'1 supposed to do that again after you have res- [
ative people. His favorite expres- ed voices
We can learn the move in your
any day. The socialfui.bllons "
sion is "oooo-eeee. You can Instantly -
principles of good. 1 hear that members of Miss
given by the Catholic
g, and when we Center Y. find Buck in an amusing I Sparkman's Home Economics '
M. C. A.. U. S. O., W. his !
picture show by
we can apply them. P. A. classes are undertaking the task ;
Project, and the dances forth ,
He adores good jokes and
of classifying each girl as to her '
., soldiers:
the Armory, do take it from me they are good, if
BHSbat not allow the I type, either athletic, dramatic or }:
iging high school boys Buck tells them. His movie Idols feminine. If you would care to I II
and young men of Starke to attend Joan Leslie I :
have been made are Lou Costello, and Judge yourself and see if you are tr
I Mickey Rooncy (with his wife). an athletic type here are the I t tt
started: In order for the young peopleof I He doesn't like limburger cheese, c h a r act eristics Features are J't'IoJ

tarted charging: for Starke to find some sort of : garlic, or geometry. large, carriage Is brisk, posture Is j IJi:

bka. entertainment, we are, forced' out. Everyone in the senior class straight, build is square height |::1:1q

ught skipping: achoo aidof\ the city limits. Otherwise knows Buck as a .real Pal and Is medium, coloring Is warm

[being expelled for a we loaf in the pool roomsor will always remember his friendly voice is low or harsh, hair Is q:

j stand on street '..orners.We personality. He is all sincerity dark or straight and actions are t II

|trol girls now guard have been cooperative with I and no pietense. We hope that I quick and decided. All right

the authorities at Camp in every whatever Buck does he will be there they are. Now see if you

hornton McCall now possible way. The:/ have used happy and make a success of his I will ever have a chance at the t tOur
1. 3. our football field. Our mothers I life. I title of a all-American athletic PRACTICE MAKES PERFECf

bake cakes! phs and cookies for hero. Along with this physical
shorthand class con- them. Our fathers dug deep In test la a personality test too. '

[ree people moved in their pockets to contribute for Regular Meeting It Is a lot of fun but you really Beautiful Driving Range Will !

'nod study hall when (he U. S. O. bulHuijj and its Of "B" Club -Bret talked about. .

started teaching equipment. Our school] Is M>I The seniors are working dill-

lo that Mrs. Burnett crowded that we have had to partitlon -,;, The meeting of the "B" Club gently)/ for an annual this year. Assist You.
[short hand and study off the auditorium. We was called to order by the Vice- They want this ,to .be their con-

(same time. have no place for graduation or President Joe Andrews, in the tribution to B. H. S) I hear it Is

eglater changed to a nweembly. absence of the President Patsy going to be the best one ever j j'd f

{hrob. Couldn't be B. Fifty percent of Florida's Roberts. The minutes were read owned by Bradford High. The ,

uld It. "Ditto" Sonnyce men are disqualified for Military young and approved. The following pictures of all the pupils from the
going, kid. amendment was read; Article III. ninth will be in
Service due to physical Imper grade on up it. _. _.__.. ..... ....
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four school girls are fection. The same condition is Membership, Section I. Part 2. Of course the seniors will be fea- '-"' .... .. .. I"I
women but me, :I prevailing in other states. Those who are active membersof tured. "1 rf ,:, 'i\\

meant to be an! old the football and basketball Although this business of air .,. -.1L: (1-" ;
The Federal Government Is teams or of the band, who have raids. Is serious, I found that ,r;, ""' ...... ----..-... "" ...;

Wan has changed stressing the Importance of rec letters! or a certificate showing there was quite an amusing side tl,

I what way. reational programs for overcome that they are active In one of to It, too. I happened to be in No. 27 WIEI III FLtllll HIST

so a change in the ing this condition. We have the I the above, will receive admittanceto the Home Economics room when IECOME A VIITEI ICSIITI !t.,1'
beginning of an athletic field. C yi'VWV i
the B Club. Upon resignationof the alarm sounded end as you / ,
The original plans include base- Ralph Nettles as Treasurer, know tables were our only pro

bail, diamond ball, track, and Marjorie Grlder was unanimously tection. We made a dive for the '1

Fashions tennis, and a year-round director elected by the Executive Councilto floor under the tables when the

of this athletic program act In that capacity. alarm sounded, and In the courseof :
|s If everyone is ruali- ..
Everyone was urged to attend diving, several casualties re-
winter away as us- Gentlemen what we think we
the performance of the Border sulted. F 1
spring clothes are deserve Is: one of the club build-
The Riders In Hampton on Friday 23 Dorothy Green couldn't seem to ,,
plaids are very, ings or halls now used by enter
all her under
u1 this Proceeds will go tor the Club. As get body protectionand
year. Light tainers for the soldiers. tl
and They there was no further business the: this resulted with her bead
browns are the will not miss one building to be meeting was adjourned and the I and feet protruding and in such a

most numerous yet, used for civilian recreation. The chairman took charge. manner that she was unable to 1 :
I love the new tweed entertainment provided for the Several selections were offered by move. Others had,.to hold their ;

? The prettiest color, soldiers now Is sufficient. We the orchestra. Garnlta Hutto faces in their knees, which proved Fad6 y

(la white and browne would: like and sincerely hope we sang "Why Don't We Do This to be quite uncomfortable. ,

will get a building for a meeting- Mora, .Often." The cheer leaders Well, will see you next week.
magazines large, place of the Younger Generation then applied their vocal cords
|ts and cotton suits
of and the "Men-of-To-
to "Elmer' Tune"and ,
very capably These Juniors ;
sleeves and long morrow."' I others. ..
prophesied for the Respectfully I
ummer.vlth yours I After several encores were enjoyed The other day the students of
Student Body of
these fashions, Bradford Co. High School. the meeting was adJorned Bradford High experienced their fIf
; hats are being made. first attempt at trying to get be-
neath desks and tables. I've been
B made of
cotton ma- Third Grade NewsOh
Itch your dress, prob- Fourth Grade News wondering1 how the students faredIn 1

( there are no more Dolores Hancock has returnedto to catch the enthusiasm of the rooms where the desks are ne first great trek to ttori&M to._... rth.ra +
minutes. I know what
big as
I being made. these boys and girls! r eold occurred thousands of .
: our class. We are glad to happened in Mils Fernandez's jr ar s.gt dhwiac tke
have her back with ua. The children are so willing to home room-the floor received a hi 1\\ :Ice Ace when all of Caaad* and Ute Borthmm part '

ade News We collected $2,00 In our room give their pennies, nlckles and good mopping. The frustration of of the: United State .was. eve*.4 with .vms* sheet

for Red Cross. dimes to the Red Cross. bells, announcing an air raid of ice. The warn, green I ad that t* ..tf XTevida.became .

$3.44 for the Red Our class has been saving scrap One little girl had ten cents practice was answered by a unified M a refuge for a slcfctjr ......) .f smlasals.

His paper so carefully that we had a to buy her lunch and she gave .scraping of chairs as the students They came in their et.... the s nd", >fleeing !
are drawing pic- large box full last Friday. five cents of It. Then she bought sought helter under the .
before the
slowly advancing
Jealiejlea. sold
WTltlug stories about Myrtle Warren and Clydle Man. a box of crackers with the other tables. Hair ribbons'' were disregarded 9
Castles ning have each brought some ruckle. as beads. encounterednone mammoths, sloths, .....m.., h-..s. .enntel

edy Is reading The. scrap iron to add to the school's Another little girl who does too soft wood; while whispers .nd pecerie, loving the warn. ... stsUI the Insh

dventures of Nils.' collection. not have any extra money to and giggles proved that the weg.tatloa.Lahrearn........t..tJa..Ucen,welvesnd

of Sweden. Mrs. Hart was proud of us, we spend received five cents on her students enjoyed doing their partto lions to make their llvee. pree.ri.... Se U'. .

|Bllly Smith, reporter did no well during our air raid birthday from a friend. She "be prepared The all-clear fast, not fancy, that spending; the) Winter in

S NEWS practice brought that pickle and contri- brought a sigh of relief as students Florida: !. an old eld emstooat t

classmates are moor In connection with our health buted it to the fund. crawled out with wrinkled ./ .

| which we are very study, we have made colorful There have been other Instances clothes and cramped legs. One
osters. Some were made with' child would divide his boy In trying to get up broughtthe nrr'l I'p
Townsend Is, mov- where one And/'fs a FACT
) cut-out pictures, others with freehand table with him
Butler and. Doris donation Into 2 or 3 portions and up
Immee. We will miss drawings. give to some less fortunate child. of Atlas with the world on +u BUY Eljlrliel"era" tldost.IJIX:

This child would then give the his l ou1detl.A .
M: is an old custom of thousand ddLai.i-
[Mrs. Seventh Grade News and have a part. To date rather disheartened bunch of
Searing a fruit money 1
nating FIoiidiajM who lovw gned brew!
day Doris we have collected 160. girls counted, on Friday morning, N,
"s +
box real pretty and Several of our girls have been There are 13 children: buying the money which had been hand ,r Choice American: materials and the...ru..

with oranges, tang- going down to Mrs. S. A. Wel.I Defense Stamp ed In by the Junlorr'for the Red :BEER ly skill of more than a quarter-century i i

I don's and are learning how to roll Cross War Relief Fund. Duringthe of brewing tin
\ grape, bananas We are glad to do our bit to borne experience gives you : gnat
Mrs. Searing was ;bandages so that we can do our good old U. S. A. room period they made r Drink of Friendship. Brewed... aged for bs'' '
help our
their report and did those stut *s'J
rised. part for home defense. We have ; "
Mrs. Biggs, teacher. dents perfection of color,DR YNES."J'">i ssdlow1
la. poster in been> doing our best to save all of rally round)I' Before a cat
our room could wink two ktj flavor,JAX rank with the best rccanOcss
1 insignia, decorations our scrap paper to help "Uncle eyes the amount t tr
ft of the United States Sam." Eighth Grade NewsWe had ;jumped to three dollars and ; B of price I Try a bottle of JAX tndsyl C
a quarter
Bobbins made a
most important onese 2nd Grade Stories are giving to the Red Cross. THE SAX BIEWIIQ. COMMIT i i''

are enjoying study- I Ray Parker is keeping the money Did You Know That- IACg1001111f rL..I. 7 +y,; t

"Ve are going to draw Wa are working on a bird unit, I until they call for It.

ctures of them. learning bird songs, drawing and I We had an air raid drill Wed- ;Toe Andrews has a nack for '

raid drill occurred coloring birds studying habits nesday. Our class was In Study- that ole "B" Club gavel? ; t f.ti 1 Tune in The KORH KOS8LEB-WM8R }

class Wednesday so and food of birds. Hall when the alarm lounded. There are only two more. i? .r"J'T) I Q/.m: Wit Ut i mi M.Ml l*: SA 1M f.m. L
| as best we could al- delighted that Betty Turner our class presi months of school? .:... I.... .
Everyone was f. 'D. .. __ ,. ___
.. .. .. ... -. --- -
nesks were too small Mr. Williams visited our assembly dent appointed Floyd Green as The orchestra is O. K,? ::1! /_ ''JI.-. .< .. .., '- /
._ rt f.1e' . .. "
an us.Robbins, reporter thus week. Brownlee teacher. fire-warden Dorothy from this Mott.class.reporter. sudden Freeman liking Register to brunettes has taken? Could a y.\ :" rf'TdDAn, ._ .....""'.4i'...... :: .. .,io ,. ,.., .1" ____._.. __ ____ "-


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Business MeetingOf briefly before leavin' to take up W. S. C. S. Circles Mrs. H. A. Bishop went

III, ; SOCIETY and CLUBS Baptist W. M. S. Seems their abode Hal in has Arlington been transferred, Va. Circles of the Woman's Societyof last Vincent's week Hospital for observation Tnurad 10'

:.. Christian Service will meet friends hope that sheVUI<
The business
regular monthly from Penaacola to Washington .
be able to
Mrs. Rlackshear Honored W. A. Members meeting of the Baptist W. M. S. Leeny Linen, Ernestine Wil- Monday afternoon, at three o' home

At Miscellaneous Shower Meeting Monday was held at the Church Monday llama, Waver & Ruby Davis an' clock Circle Number One will BUS BCiti-DilLI<

afternoon. :Marguerite Deyorlo were good meet with Mrs. W. E. Middleton; Northbosad
Members of the Y. W. A. met
wan Jr.,
i t A miscellaneous shower the Baptist Church Monday Mrs. A. M. Darby preside little girls an' went to chapel Circle Number Two with Mrs. A. Leave Starke .--
Mrs. James M. Black- I.aave Starke ___ SSSi:
H-5 given Jones! over the meeting: and conducted dedication at Blandlng Sunday Z. Adklns; and Circle Number Leave Stark h__
3 > shear by Mrs. W. Hallle the the devotional, reading the 40th ayem Say they enjoyed it Three with Mrs. B. L. Williams. Leave Starke -_. -_ 1:46 ire; P i iltf
and :Mrs. Clifton Brown, at the Songs and prayer preceded the Leave Utarke: ____ ___ : p 5I.eave
j' Psalm and closing with prayer thoroughly an' report the chapelsare Stark. _.. __ : p
Thursday "Sunbeams for the Son ;
on h
homo of the former beautiful inside Guess Lea". Starke! ___ p
I 1 evening: of laat week. 18. God," which was conducted by Mrs H. L. Hough, Recording the dairy at FSWC will have to Recent Births Leave Stark. _---_..-. IUiy:: 1
occasion, the president, Dorothy Alvarez: Secretary read the minutes of Leave
o I"d For this delightful get along somehow without Merrill n St&rk-.h. UIO: p
narcls- Chairman I the meeting held ;tn December t4
"l.J house was decorated with program Fanny Leave Starke __
Futch Seems Uncle S. Mr. and Mrs. Claude Starling, --
: which ware aD. roved. Leave Starke ._-,. ,1:01:
j ;l sl I, gladioli and calendula upon wants to make use of'' his commission Jan.' 23. Graham boy., .. Starke .-._-_.__ :0I.eav. /
\ )i' I arrival the guests were Baked to The very Interesting and in Mrs. G. W. Alderman, treasurer, Handsome Htarke .___ 3IOp
young and Mrs Bernard Rosier 6:20
book and : leave Htarke ..._ p'
; her for December,
o r.4 sign a memory guest program awakened new gave report 0 60
Corky Kelly arrlvln at Blandlng La'wtey Jan.'22,' girl. Leave Stark. ...-_._ P
I'' :; later enjoyed contest and moving and ideals. It I las' with an' .. lit: p
SaturdaY' ( mother ....
I Mrs. L. W. ter, balance 'Mr. and Mm John Majyari, ""
pictures shown by out that the custo to *ve- Starke "J 1 ..
1,1 were from tow, grandparents) accompany I Starke, Jan. 22. girl. Leave Btarke ''!mil- IJS:: .
i1; Kemper. The scenes In! the world bad been for Circle and ofstanding 4
reports reports Emmy home to Madison for the Leave Htarke _._._r"s5!
different'atatea where Mrs.. Kem some to befriend: only their own committees were then week-end Leave- Stark. : p

.f", i N per has traveled; one scene of : ) personal friend and those elven.; .showing. .much Interest .1.' Jimmy Sewell returned 'Tuesday Leave. Stark.' .vlatboaau_.._ 7:0f: p.

'r i I particular Interest wad of the belonged to the aame' religl and 'activity '- *. -"' ...to ;the .tT lve.rs1ty' of.Florida, (Tallahawee,.u Sp..lal 8:20: ) A.
; Ama
'. r Kentucky Derby. For denomination. Christ came The offering amounted to 209. tn new'1 war'game' Invented after spending the mid-term holiday Leave Leave Starlu Starke 1___.".._. l-u:: p

', 1 ," Mrs. Blackahear, the popular the world teaching that' all The meeting was dismissed: at the T Wednesdaynight with his parents, Mr- and! Leave Btafke ....._.' 8,10: p
of .- Players were told to Imagine Leave Stark ..___ : P
shower created in the
a are equal
; 1 i.. bride, was presented with prayer offered by Mrs., W. Mrs. W|. B. Sewell. 11::15 p
I lovely gifts, after which refreshments of God regardless of color, B. Alexander.; themselves in a blacked-out kitchen (Tallahasseeci...)

1 ; of hot chocolate and,sandwiches In wealth position or religious .. tryln" to satisfy ravenous"

.. f were served by the host sister, The "Good: Sama hunger, guided only by the'sense
'i.' _e.. a and the "lost sheep" were Bishop-Murphy of. meJJ! Soldiers were blindfolded SAFE! FAST! COMFORTABLE!
took illustrations of the placed amid assorted food
Guests attending the party Miss Marian became
tf' Murphy
24, In and drink, in paper cups, an' told
Mrs. Elrldge Smith, Mrs.
,I were: the bride of Quinton Bishop of
I Charles Darby, Mrs. Harry Houston refreshments'were' served to sniff an' name 'em One AND ECONOMICAL!
i' y'\ Camp Blanding lit 'a quiet ceremony .
khaki lad
who worked in a
}''Jt \ Mrs. Earl H. Johnson Mrs. The the program. performed 'by' :the county greenhouse .

::1 I ,J J. R. Wainwright Mrs. G I e n Those members present were: Judge of Union County, Tuesday pre-war radentified. cocoa
Fred aa rat poison! Several THE BUSSES
: Wood Mrs. L. W. Kemper Mrs. Silcox, Dorothy Alvaree, night. January 22. ,
Fred Mrs. James Lewis, Mrs. thought root beer was a favorite
:'<"J Edmund Guy M. Sllvernail, Mrs. and aret Lennon Irene flaxen, The bride, formerly of brand of shavin' soap, an' onions Courteous Correct Information
,t'', Mrs. June Harding, Sara: Perry is an employe of ..Koch'sDrug ,
t Tom Carter Mrs. R. G. Kldd, Jean were frequently pronounced rotten
I and Caudle Hazen. Store, and has' been living eggs! Bob Wear declared Given You At
:Mrs. W. E. Torode, Jr., Mlsse.Abbie for next sare.j 1 .
meeting in Starke about six months. Before
f mustard smelled Uke'leather, an'
Harlev. Frances Pee k, j[ later.
|,*7 | Evelyn Stump, Hope Haynes, being stationed' a t Camp Pvt. Gordon' Svma- carried off UNION BUS STATION
I Blanding Mr. Bishop's home ,was Iff In' honors *
and Miss Beatrice Cady of Jack an for the evenln
sonville. Mr. ) : To Meet in Enterprise Ala. Sounds terribly intriguing
Remind me to try it at
1 Miss Mlrla--Oy.; ;:; who Is a fllla Baptist W, M. S. Circles! U. D. C. To Meet next soiree .
meet next Monday afternoon
'; student at the Florida State College
!IJ 2, at 3 o'clock, as fol The W. T. Weeks Chapter, U .
for Women In Tallahassee uary
I.ty ,
: An' speakln' of honor' hear
,)ihf 1 was her Saturday visiting' her Judge D. C. will meet Wednesday aft. Joe ATTENTION !
: brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and 1-With' Mrs. Paul Ray-. ernoon, February 4, at 3:30 o' won high prize In a
Mrs. clock, at the homo of Mr. and know-America quiz at the Rotary
"i..;fy Mrs. Fred Guy. Club Wednesday. '. But I-won'tembarrass
Mrs. Junlus M. Smith. Hostesses
2 With -
from L. H. Jen
; Mrs. Smith; Mrs. S. E. Nat' Sternberg by tell- F
1930 In' who got low Envy Item ARMERS---
{ Brownlee, Mrs J: M. Brownie, :
waa >. 3-With Mrs. A, M. Darby. Grace
SANDWICHESSHORT Mrs. J. B. Wilson?!and Mrs. W. hand-tooled
d f phone 4-With Mrs H. L. Hough. L. Wall. leather belt ,purchased from that

Mr ole lexkther-tooler, Corp. Boyd. .
e" 'Sa Judge Mrs. Adkln an' MOWING
they Kap Duncan, may soon be made

PLATE LUNCHES Carolyn Callstreet honorary members of the fire MACHINES REPAIRED:>> NOW

dept. On two different occasion
i.i REGULAR DINNERS they have extinguished
a roof blaze on the Griffin house
-- ------

\ COLD DRINKS Carolyn's) Prayer spoil In' it all by addin': "I usedto .before. Their the latest firemen exploit could was arrive at 2 We Have A Complete Stock Of Parts
me something
: : HOME MADE PIES i an' tall looked buy things Just ,like at'the that bakery roll that o'clock shingles laa' Friday when" "three
you burned On Hand
i off accordln'to But May Not Be
take me to the Birthday Ball have on top"t' .-'. Glad to see Berry Johne. ,
-- Ann Klippelle back' from a buy. Able To Get New Stock In The Near
I ing trip to N. Yj .
No Beer Or Wine my Look like they've ........' P. S. Prayer

f' Served rationia men-or else my Understand Lex Green la look- If you haven't got anything dark Future.BradfordHardwareCo..

d outta order But don't in' longingly at'Joe Arnold's an' tall
folks I'll get there Palamlno-that .daczlln' piece of Mont unytt be better than nothla

THE how or other Jus' horseflesh'with the blonde mane at al. :

1J; miss seeln' Dot Green an' tall .' ,When those two (Frantically)I .

THE Geraldine Silcox Introducin' horse,, (traders get; together-;any. Carolyn.

'Ili ABACAFE I tr. new detachable, fingernails thing; can 'happensDon't, -

qat Cake KILDARE"Y., bought in -Jax tother day JuxnpitQ conolustons) Ite 1k Qeqrge Friends 'of 'Mrs,*W.. G. ..Hilla
These lovelies .
plan to wear '
Manassa Mil tfOr: joined .t'h e are glad to know that 1Jbe'a im
to the Ball-unless
pail Birthday House of 'David i'.L/Jus' collected proving after an
lose their nerve Seems the price of a license tag from Luke's Hospital 'In operation Jacksonville In St. J. B. CARLISLE, Owner Starke, Fla.

tow Powd" fake'claws'. are as long aa a Mullet Smith for nbt-shavin''durin' Mrs. Halle expects ,to return

Lf an' you fasten 'em a period of 10 days 'But, home In the near future. i

""- .. ., --., .. any your desired real color nails.an'. .paint Dot George_ my lad J; What ifyou'd _
---------------- lost
your girl for $20.257! -
pr .ctlcln' with her's totter Hear Junni Parrlsh was I
I when a customer came in an' Hay Loft Hoppin'.Sattlday night I

went to open the cash regis Seems'0he an' her partner
I In a hurry an off
4 LET YOUR were so good they; got almostas
e The poor man al
fainted, thlnkln' he was much attention as\Fred As- 39TH FEBRUARY BIRTHDAY SALE
TillS talr an' Rita Hayworth Niceto .,
a major calamity! t see Audrey Carlisle back itt

it WILL -- town (Dr. Jennings office nurse)
&' Annie Mae is '
Hemper An' how becomin' that white

the amateur movie-maker I uniform Isl! .j< >Pat Lambe's Beginning Monday Feb. 2nd
WE ARE EXPERTS AT Entertainln' guests at the Flo Valentine window at the Gem ,

GENTS AND Brown shower for! Jewelry 10 a work M,Ju1. .
Beverly (Mrs James) -

bear with shots of the My Greatest Ambition To have Here Are A Few Of The Many Bargains On This Sale
; the
Derby Little Old someone read this col. as faithfully

in the Dell dazzlln' snow as J. C. Manning reads
t MODERN SHOE an' even a reel or so of Dorothy Dix Or as religiously -
119 N. Walnut St. : ole Call, Street on a hectic aa .'George"Mrs..Durdsn) reads Mascal Hand Lotion t ___ __ _'__________ 39c
night Unnerstand the T-U serial to Grandma Gel-

5 looked perfectly mahvel- ger Too bad that more of Wonder
In the light blue wool Package Stationery 75 Sheets 75
suit she you girls didn't k 10. w about Envelopes 29c
to that luncheon her sister handsome Phil Regan (yes-the

gave for her in' the Patio !movie actor-singer. I n person) 125 Ft. '
(Jax) Sattiday ;being in town Tuesday afternoon Roll Klenzo Waxed Paper 17c Each, 2 For 33c

". '. Seems he was wend his
..... .
The 4-montbs- way Mlamiward an'
stopped off Klenzo Hizon Hair Brush
of the D. W (Wolfe St here to see two old cronies Joe Assorted Crystal Colors 98c

) McClellans haaa tooth! Arnold an' Tim Giordano (Paramount .

STARKE Hear Lucll Mitchell won Grill)) .' AU three of Horton's Jumbo ,Red Heart 2 Lbs.
Y and Marguerite Deyorlo em used to be on the N. Y. police Valentine

when a group of local las- force together! Incident Candy, Special ___________-_ ______ $1.17.
PROGRAM WEEK trekked to Blanding for a ally, hear Chills Manning is angling
of bridge las' week ..: for '
job;on the,'Jax police : 1 Lb. Box
i addition to the Junior I force Horton's

Sunday Monday, ) Club set: Isabel Thomp Chocolate Covered Cherries ____ 29c
(ex-Monticello), stayln' at T Glimpsed nal aDO Martha .

''d Feb. 1- 2-3-4- S ', an' tollln' at Blanding (Hemingway) Alexander here J '# k Full Quart
Hear Mural Brown will be '.

Mrs. Charlie Temple at high Floor Brite Liquid Wax _=....--------t: : 7c
In the Methodist Church RUPTURESHIELD
t p I With Olson and Johnson. Martha Rumors runnin rife
another BH3 sentorette Is $50,000 Chocolate Syrup, 2 Cans 7 Oz. Each 17c
Y, :Mlacha Auer Jane Fratee verge of matrimony an' I EXPERT HERE -
found out that a widely known

Congerooa Also -. News Pearce'that left diamond hand expert be at of Roooevelt Chicago,Hotel will personally Jacksonville Rexettes Personal Napkins, 1 Doz. Size 19c

means bizneea ,
i Sunday, and i Monday only
Friday A Saturday, Drag' Drlbletat Btu .Gra to6PM.February 1 and 2."ftoooa .9 A. M. Eli Cotton, Full Pound Roll _______ _____:_ 37c

{4 BIG DOUBLE '- back' home husky as ever Mr. Shevnan says: The Zoetlc
a in St. Shield is a tremendous Improve-

r' No. "FATHER 'also Hoep.aayln.' .ah, Charlie for the pretty Chap ment getting over immediate all former results.methods, ef Be sure': and learn about. the 1 piece kitchenware en
It will
. Funny how these not only semble to be given Get
With Frank Albftrt hold the rupture per. away. one of our circulars which
f ruys so often take fectly but increase the circula gives full details of this
z No. -MASKED count' Tlllman Hutto I lion, strengthens the weakened offer.

himself for a call from parts, thereby closing the
With Sam open-
Johnny Mack Frank (Fine Ing In ten days on the average
) Ferrara yieldln to home- case,
regardless o ,_hcavy lifting,
Cartoon and and checkln'\ out for N. straining or
any position the
see Uxj wife an' kiddies body CARPENTER'STAe
I Tiny may assume no matter the
Trudy Large
.; brightenin size o r location. A nationally
MIDNIGHT Street again after vaca- known scientific:
method. No
In Pa. f"BevUle under
With Lew Ayres and Lionel In' Monrla Anderson at strap or cumbersome arrangements
and absolutely no
: fountain .
Betty medicine.
Also-Selected or medical treatments.
from Tally-plans Sir.
\p Shevnan
wUl be>
her' glad to demonstrate

"THE I PEOPLE VS. DR. .colJltch'. Lucy career Carden an' behind go Add. 6509 N.without Art charge e StoreII
*lan Ave.. Chi
11LeIIa'a cago, large IncialoiuU
Powell Carpenter Hernia or
compUmenttn.Hazel rapture
Matthews' hair-do an' then tion following surgical opera .
especially solicited.


of LOCAL NEWS Mrs. Rosa Duncan returned Sunday was an eventful day Mrs. Earl Kirby recently returned Bill Graham la home and well ;
I Sunday to her home in Lake But- at the home of Mrs. Laura I. from an extended visit again after a few days in St.Luke's M
Kf" ler after spending two weeks here with relatives In Pacolet S.
Powell when all six of her daughters Mills. Hospital, Jacktionvllle. ,,. \
with her son and daughter-in-law, C., and Aahevllla, N. C. Her husband
Hazen and small S. E. Sparks made a business Mr. and Mrs. Bill Turley of Mr. and Mrs. K. G. Duncan. were together for the first Is a corporal In the Army E. B. Searing, who has been for 1i
Lloyd and Paul trip to Jacksonville Monday.Mr. Anniston, Ala, have announcedthe K. G. Duncan, who is a Dem- time since the death of their stationed at Camp Standing. several months doing defense :
turned home after and Mrs. R. C. Buford, arrival of a little daughter ocratic Committeeman from Bradford father 18 years ago. Present Mrs. Robert work at Panama City, returned to i
with their this time Baker of Stamford -
mother at
in Lake and Mrs. Letie Stilley and Miss Gloria Amelia Joyce, on January 20. Mr. County, was In Jacksonville Conn. Is the his home In Starke Sunday night. I'',
fives employed at
Mrs. T.
were J. Carter and Mrs.
Buford visited relatives in Jacksonville and :Mrs. Turl jity. Florida. Harold Ford of Cocoa, Mrs. P. husband. Corporal
last Sunday. In 'Starke while he was helping the State committeemen. Robert also the week-end at home from her ,!
O. of N. C.. Baker of Stamford
Carpenter Newton
Mra Robert N. Dlt- Prof. E. J. Brown teacher or build the new poetofflce; they Mr.\ and Mrs. Rosa Adams of Is stationed school In Monticello. ;
Mrs. L. E. Miner of New at Camp L landingHarry
were guest. of Mr.r sociology and physical educationat had an apartment at the home of Jacksonville and Mrs. Rosa Dun-
Mrs. J. F. Hazen, Emory Junior College, Oxford, Mrs. S. S. Dowling and made can of Lake Butler'will be guests Mrs. Robt. C. Tanner of Bald- T. Baker of Atlanta
Ga., visited Starke Monday In numbers cf friends while here. of Mr. and Mrs. K. G. Duncan win and Mrs J. H. Fields of Area, Secretary for the YMCA, ,
n recently returned the interests of the school-Interviewing Dr. and Mrs., C. C. Mendoza next Sunday. Starke. Mrs. Powell returned was visiting Bob Wear at the 'I
local Y last week. !
|after an enforced ab- young men who would and son, Clif, o f Jacksonville Mrs. William Norris had as home with her three daughterswho
ral weeks because of like to attend the institution. I were guests Sunday of Mr, and recent guests her son and daugh live on the East Coast and Lt. and Mrs. Chambers have a aYOU'RE
(made a business tripe Capt. and Mrs. John Large, Mrs TJ, Griffin. ter-in-law, Mr.. and Mrs Bruce la now enjoying a visit at Cocoa rented a small residence in Judge I,' I
Tuesday. who since last July have been Mr. and Mrs. 0. 1. Dodd and their daughter Patsy, and New Smyrna. E. K. Ferryman's yardformerlyused V I
Beasley returned of- PortsmouthVs.., and Mrs.; Mrs. Simeon Phillips and Miss' for an office by Dr. L. H.
Wear was In Jack- living; at the home of Judge and home Sunday, afternoon '. Ii
USO bust- Mrs. E. K. Cecil Price, of Quincy. Margaret _Pearce spent Tuesday Jennings. Lt. Chambers Is with .:
sday on Ferryman, have Just from a visit in Tampa with her the 172nd S LUCKY stationed
Infantry at ,
lp Jacksonville. .
returned from a 10-Jay vacation I parents. Mr. and Mra A. C. Dur- Mrs. Hlldabelle Bence attended Camp Blandlng. ,...
icon, ot Pompano, trip 'to their home In Johnstown, ,den. While away they also visited a Christian Science lecture In Mr. and Mrs.. E. L. Flowers in ,.! n. (': I
11 with hi* mother Pa. I Mr. Beasley's son Charles Gainesville Monday evening I of Madison are recent additionsto Mrs. Emil Lewandowsky. of you may escape Injury e.
I Mrs. W. J. Epperson returned the sales force of the Southern Detroit, Mich., Is living at the [f i
jjCowdry of this city, Mr and Mrs. Hyman Carelton Beasley and family at Lake Al cckfcnt, but you can't a-<
to join the Navy are'pending a, brief,vocation'at. .. ,_ here last week from Los Angeles,: "dime" store on Call street. Mr. home of Judge and Mrs. E. K. .... J'f
Miami Beach. I,fred.Mrs.. H. W.; House and young California; where, she spent over: Flowers Is the manager, while Ferryman while her husband la cap financial obligation. .,
son; Harry Wilson, returned home a year with, her son-in-law and i Mrs. Flowers in a sales-lady. stationed at Camp Standing.MIsa .
_""IW'WUnw..II.'UW''lllllUllllIIIIUWUIIIiUWW''iIIIIWIIiIor.' .' '''''''''''''' '. .. '. .''' ;yesterday from the Alachua daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Dale Van-' They are living at the home of Marian Dowlingr, student inquire' about Automobile I
County Hospital. Gainesville. Miss sickle. Mrs. Epperson Is now I Mrs. T. M. Hutchins.Mr. nurse at the Riverside Hospital "
and Accident Insurance.
Doris O'Nell of Tampa, arrivedthe with her daughter, Mrs. George: and Mrs. Tillronn Hutto 'Jacksonville, spent the weekendat 'i'i.f
first of the week ,and will Anderson but expects soon to and Mr. and Mr*. L. S. Hutto the home of her parents. Mr. .
on !.uc:2 hearse I spend some time with. her sister, live In her own home. on South 11 had as their week-end guests Mrs. I,and Mrs, E. J. Dowllng.Uanted I "I
: Mrs. House Walnut Street. Mamie Bowden of Philadelphia, -F r High. lass Prl-. ,
Mrs. W. E. Middleton spent Leo Wltkovsk} jr.,t u rned! to! Pa.; Miss Lecy Denmark, of Jack \at Club ladle to act. ait hostesses Charley John f'r'
Friday and Saturday in Jacksonville Starke this. week from.a month's sonville; Mr. and Mrs J. Van clerk, waitresses anti short 't' !
with her son and d.&uf>hter. I visit In North Carolina, South Deus and daughter. Joan, of order cook, from 6 1-. M. till 11 Agency ,
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pt' 3flOCANSJNQfl P. D. Reddish of Hellbronn getting ready to plant
Springs County Commissionerfrom den, and take up the ;'

t.j.1' COMMON SENSE. the Lawtey district. said pmall space In sweet rest D J.?,
Saturday that business in the corn and peas. *!-!

; ww.u. ULEASI TEXTILE AND CLOTHING PLAN HUGH PRODUCTION'Florida County is much) better than a -

Present and future war conditions farmers are putting
year ago perhaps two to one "To hell with Japan ..
and shoulders to the wheel to
will affect the clothing their
CII/iPTEH IV bettter-.and that there are more started It; the United Stat.iend
families. the 1942 war-time food pro-
textile supply of Florida push
and "
people in the county more It. Surprising I
:; SYNOPSISTha Some textile fibers are becomingscarce duction program to a successful a 1s It, ;

contracting bumnesi I IB in the and others which are conslunion: and thereby do their money. seem "fighting fare LJ
doldrums but Leonard Borland of the 1'L' Asked what effect the proximity was in Starke Saturday I
for America
in defense activities part toward victory aft8F
needed may :
: Cralff Borland Engineering Co.. NewYork with the wearing those two )
of Camp Blandlng. large
hat ample fund. when hia pretty become limited. Shortages are and her allies startling lit!
opera-atruck wife DorU decides aha la 4 occurring in silk and linen materials. From section of the state amount of work offered to civilians ments on celluloid buttons o ,
golnE to resume her slnglnB interrupted .. "- every at higher proportionatewages coat She has a brother
't her at IV and the birth of / Already the silk hosiery coma reports of more home gardens ,
by thew J.
; Sapp, Jr.
and also the WPA had ,
; 11 who
their two children. to help out the family dress and household linen supplieson being planted, more family haa
4 h, !neome.> Borland proteala:Doria repeata 1// the market have'' been limited.In cows and poultry flocks, more defense on farmers and farming Mr. In the U. S. Army 18
1A that be baa always thwarted her ; 43- Reddish responded as follows: and is stationed at FbrT
1940 the
women bought and being
J career. and (he had her way a. al I bonds stamps nine, Ga. He
1 ".Y.. The pretence of Hugo Lorentx: 1 __ 000,000 dozen pairs of full 1 fashion bought and other work which the "Army work and WPA work tons to his gave the* ,l

her teacher irrltat him. After DortaSTlvis hose representing 12 to 20 Florida farm family has been baa made help a little scarce but sister Mia.. Jalllet,,
Cecil Norman of
a recital at Town Hall Carver the
; of the clothes money; 92 do. made wages go up. However, Rising
opera linger, phone Borland At percent called on to Hog producersare when he was at home
'I he* hotel sha tella him Dorta lice a percent were silk 6.3 percent nylon getting their plans under way wages have not gone up any on i furo!

Vi4 Stood voW> but bake .Iy].. Cecil la to leaving less than 2 percentfor to exceed the pork productiongoal more than groceries rent and a few days ago.

f vj Ing for war veterans but hain't the cotton. cattlemen other living expenses. The general Her husband,. Mr. Norman j
word of. a certain .on,. He .tn. It and are adjusting ,
: I i for her and ihe .a)'. ha h.. fine baritone / Large amounts of woolens are their operations to meet the demand farmers-90 percent of them I also in the Army for six 1Ilar.

j ; voice Cecil know of Dor1 through now being consumed and there for more slaughter cattle. -are staying on their farms in having volunteered and wa
'. Hugo la hopelessly Lorentz .a)
in Rural and spite of higher wages on public to Fort Bennlng Ga, buta
with Doria. and that Doris torture ev probably will be an Increase women girls are layIng
i ry man ah* gets in her ..,Iute....... Leon.. i consumption later for military by canned surpluses of Aome works." medical discharge last

.rd ought to wake her up by giving a the manufacture garden produce for later use. Ml Reddish raises 27th. Mr.: Norman also
recital) ah. ")'.. "Go get youraelf a purposes. Even mostly corn, bl!
4 l triumph. Hurt her where It hurta. In of the man-made fiber, rayon, Citrus and vegetable growers are peanuts, cane, sweet potatoes, nephew in the U. S. Navy"

fl the triumph department. Cecil will give there like she ewned the place and the whole.block may be curtailed due to the limit- exerting all their "eftorts to pro Irish potatoes, strawberries anda nest William Morgan-who
Icteon but demanda paymentklaaea. -* Cecil awept eat )
(4f html He paya but Says ft* love. his ,It was built on. ed capacity of the plants. raw duce good crops to meet the demand -I garden on 45 acres of a 70 cently completed his tratah,

wife. He make. good progress In threeor materiala. and the necessary and _conserving as much acre tract which he owns. He Norfolk, Va., and was assign, (

four month and apenda much Mm came to hear you sing and as long there like she owned the place and chemicals. This fiber serves well rubber steel, and other war mateiials baa two acres of berries. "I did Battleship North Carolina &II

lw with Ion 1C Cecil.going Doris to get tell her' him an engagement Jack Leigh. as you act aa though that's what the whole block it was built on. for moat silk goods except hosiery as they can In their wotk. well on berries last year" he Jan. 5th. "He Is now on hi a

; t singing at a movie palace. While PortS you're there for. you'll be all right There was a big hand. She bowed and now is being used to Florida agriculture, from tenantto said "but couldn't pay about 'the to New York-or I is probably

k I la out of the city Cecil on "'W'. wire and you don't have to kid them once, the way she had told me tc extend wool In fabrics. A surplus big producer-owner, Is out to prospects for this year My berries ready there," Mr. Norman i iii*
4r Leonard from Rochester M'V.. sayingI with some kind of phony act If do, and then stood there looking 'Saturday afternoon.
of raw cotton remains, although do its part for victory. In the are lots sorrier than
her tenor cant sing and lading him to you look nervous., that' all right up down, and around, a llttU they
belp her out. They are diicuaslng what you're supposed to be nervous. friendly smile coming on her lace cotton textile prices have fields groves orchards, and for. were last year" he said. "Wet I So there is little wonder I,
might happen during the performance. Have you got that Mean it.. every time she warmed up an.". advanced more than woolens at ests of the state farmers are weather has about drowned them Mrs. Norman believes in flgt

"All right I got It." bunch while Wllklna was playingthe present.No .. swinging into the big task before out." "I hope the United States .

"They can give you the bird and "When you finish your song stop.If introduction. For her first appearance Immediate shortage In foot: them. They are taking In stride them all to pieces," she salis

they can give it to anybody. I thinkyou'll : the piano has the final finish she was singing just one wear production is expected. increased production goals, crop .I "At the present time," said J. Norman is 23 while Mrs. N
win but cot to win- hold everything'until the last note long piece, not a group of songs. la
you've not 19
However, the purchase of shoes adjustments, and the need for W; Griffin of Starke "I feel It quite years of agtl
mistake about baa been matter whether She
don't make any played no Then she started to sing. That
a sizeable amount of curtailing use of some products, my duty to raise all the foodstuff fighting brother took c
that. You've got to lam It In their they break in with applause or turned grave and seemed to gel represents
teeth and make them like It," Cecil not. Hold everything, then relax. taller and the first of it came out the) family's clothing budget and and they are putting energy hard I can on account of the himself a bride on JanuufJ

said. If you've done) anything with the low and soft It was Latin and the rising prices will be felt. work planning, and management war. I believe that Is the surest! while he was on furlough

"When |g the concert?" song at all, they ought to opplaud. she made it sound dramatic as helL The coat of manufacturing together In their big; effort. and best way of winning a war- married Miss Agnes Bennett !

Tonight." *"! When they do. bow. Bow straightto ., And she made every syllabi so clothing is increasing and at the The United States Departmentof to grow a good supply of food. Mr. Norman has charge of i
"Ouehl" the center. Then take a quarter distinct that I could even.under 80-acre
same time the demand for cloth- Agriculture has Indicated thatIt If all farmers," continued Mr. pecan grove at Rltl:
j' "Did you hear me? turn on your feet, and bow to stand what it meant though It was for
"I beard you ." the left Then turn again, and bowto all of fifteen years since I bad bad Ing is Increasing because of rising will be necessary to produce Griffls, "and all who possibly can the Potter-McCune Co, j

When we got to the hotel I took the right Then walk off. As my college Plautus. Then she got consumer Incomes and defense more than is called for In. some raise enough for themselves and McKeesport Pa. at the pn

a room and ent up my. itufT. and quickly as you can." to the part where there are a lot needs. At present it appears that of the 1942 goals If this countryand for the market and use every time he says, he Is de-moajj

then we went up to her' suite. A "Do I do that after every song."p. of sustained notes, and her' voice clothing prices will rise duringthe her allies are to> get plentyof extra hour In producing food- (taking the moss out of

uiiw wa. there reading "Mr.: WIl. -" began to swell and throb so,it .did. trees)). He has .
sprayed and
war period. Ready-made food and Florida, fanners are stuff, that would be the means )
kin*, who play our accompaniment "No. no. nol Not after every things to you. up to then i naan i I most of the
articles are expected to rise more already laying plans to exceed the of supplying the nation with food. moss, and 1 fa :
(, *. Mr. Borland, Ray: our bar. song. At the end of your group. thought she bad any knockout of a
Itone." There won't be much applause at voice but I bad never beard it whenIt in price than yard goods with the I goals.' "Using Joseph (In the Bible) using ladder and bamboo p'

We shook hands, and he fished the end of your first twO longs; they was really working. Then she expectation ,of lowered quality of Once they learn of their duty ap an example and taking the with, hooks with which to '

some paper out of his pocket. "The only applaud the group Bow once came to the fireworks at the end. materials and workmanship. in times like these, the rural years of plenty to provide for move the moss. The moss :

M printer's proof of the program. It after the first song, and when the and you knew there really was a Aa war needs develop, poesIbly people get down to work and do the lean the jures the trees. Although I

l1 came while you were out, CecIL applause has died down start the big leaguer in town. She finished, fewer choices will be available in it. And that's the situation years, farmers Norman has been living on :
t1tf He's got to have It back, with correction second and then on with the third." and there was a big band. Wilkins now should put forth every effort to place most all his life
*, by. five o'clock." "All right I've got It now." came off. wiped his hands on his I, ready-to-wear goods and less They are holding meetings, mak- supply our own families and have be 1

tg She passed one over to me. It "If the applause continues, go handkerchIef She bowed center variety In yardage. Simplicity ing piano, working, and giving enthusiastic plenty to help a troubled world. been overseer for the put l

.i gave me a funny feeling to see m> out, exactly as you went out the left, and right and came of?. She In design may be used as a meansof support and encouragement Then we will have done all we months he said. "It Is thebj

I name there. first time and bow three times first listened. The applause kept up. cutting production costs. This to each other for the common can with our bodies. Then, look eat pecan" grove in Bradfrl

t I laid, 'It's all right-pretty nifty center then left, then right then She went out and bowed three times perhaps will be noticed In a smaller purpose of doing their part to God In heaven and believe County, he stated Saturday. [

;r Except that Leonard Borland 1* come off." again. She came off stood there color and print range of fab In the victory program. And that ho will direct his "The grove has been negletj:

gradually on purpose going to turn "Go ahead. What else?" and listened then shook her head. rics. There is also a possibility when 1942 rolls toward its end, safely people for seven or eight year. t
4, k Into Logan Bennett""Oh. "Now about the accompanistMost The applause stopped and she through.
of in production is off. Year lid
scarcity some materials they will have done their ?
yes. I meant to ask you singers turn and nod to the looked at me. "All right, baby." part "We in America have been last
i4I about that. Will you change It, accompanist when they are ready, Wilkins put the handkerchief In particularly' silk linen, and possibly and be ready to do again what seeking peace, and we know .was good while last ;

Ray And make sure It'. changed but to my mind it'a Just one more his pocket, raised his hand. "One wool and rayon.SAMPSON they have been called on to do. Is just,as against those ourcause we had a sorry croo. I'
I' on his groups. thing that slows It up that addsto -two-" nations bear every other year I amr

"1 only sing twice" the chili that hangs over a recital that have been seeking war pecting a good crop this ynf
I aimed for the center of the CITYBy SUNNY BROOK FARM and "
0i1 "Tears alL Give Ray your music That's I aggression. he
anyway why have said. In 1940 he said
stage, got there, and bowed the
so he can over ItHe always Mrs. J. E. Jones
'I go Wilklns. He can feel that audienceas way I bad practiced. They gave mea By Miss Arsula CrosbyMm. Mr. Griffin came to Starke six harvested around 20,000of
)play from He
memory never well
as the singer and he
t9 brings music on stage" knows can. band. Then I looked up and triedto Mr. and Mrs. Hogan have moved years ago from White Springs. pecans while last year i a:
exactly when its time to Laura
Wilkins left. She had me ha-ha start You wait for him. While do what she,had told met to do to: 'Starke, where Mr Hogan Mosley and Mrs.Jim Three or four months ago he about 2050. He is fully optIng !
QI for ten minutes, then laid voice look them over top, bottom, and of Raiford spent rented two acres from lil
my you're waiting, look them over. Use around. But all I could has accepted employment.Mrs. T. J. McIntyre about 25,000 pound*
see wa Sunday with. Mrs. Inez
was up and stopped me. Some those five seconds to get acquaintH : Artford Kelly. just about 'a mile and year. The season for baron
Brown a
faces .
face faces all
staring at spending
W: sandwiches and milk came and Mrs. W. R. Halslop and
up. Look them half
over in a friendly west of Starke them Is
the -the old about October and.vember ,
all to down week-end in
m., swim
trying my Tampa.
r1 "You don't get dinner. CPI'''
aol ; way but. don't amlrk at them. lie son, Fred and Mrs. W. C. Ward
explained. throat. Then I began to think about :Mr. and Mrs. Lem Brown had Crosby place. At the present he stated. They areij
sura look the
you were
up balcont.and in
visiting Jacksonville and
'.t t I tried to eat. and couldn't III' all over the house, that first number and the one chord aa guests Sunday Mr. and Mrs. time he is doing carpenter work shipped to Pennsylvania In l I'
ao they'll" Green Cove
t much down. Seeing that program all feel you're singing to them, and I...*would.*.. t get nfwMt and there how and I bad It seemed to be David Kelly of Starke, Mr. and ernoon. Springs Sunday aft at Lanola Park out on Road 48 pound bags, and bring apprtcSmately :

I g bad mo nervous. When I had eaten not too just a few" ... Mrs. Lacy Rlgdon and toward Camp Blanding. He is $14 per hundred pound j
Mr. and
: I} what I could aha told me to go in "Mult .. iiJud, i KOI a pMiucky feeling that Mrs. Chester Moody Albert
t .
i and aleep. "A ,fat chance I could "I'm >tt .i 1fVIt necuiiu Wilkins hadn't come out Then I Mrs. Hubert Brown of Jackson u Moocry and Mrs. Nona
trying to get it through Dyal spent
I sleep." head that it's a battle that It'your. a heard the? chord and right away ville.Mr. Sunday In Tampa and Plant City Branch and Mrs. Mona Shaw of

I "U down then. Be quiet No tough spot and that you have to started to sing. and Mrs. Charley McKinney visiting relatives. Rising were recent guests of Mrs. To relieveMlacrr !
walking around no vocalizing. use every means to win." My voice sounded so big It star went to Starke Sunday to Mr. H. M. McRae. of COLD
t I went In my room, took off my "All I hear tIed me, and I tried to throttle II attend and Mrs. Hubert Brown
right; what the funeral of Mrs. We
you say. Delia and are glad to report that Rev.
clothe, and children and Mr.
lay down. None of "Now in the bedroom down and couldn't There are no and Mrs.
go and .
.I It was turning out the way I thought come out and do it. The center of piano Interludes in that song. II Rowe.E. Lacy Rlgdon of Jacksonville were W. E. Hall Is Improving and came

it was going to. the stage is over by the window goes straight through for three D. Jones was home Sunday. guests of Mrs. Arle Brown Sun with Mr. and Mrs. Ganus to Pine I, Liquid TlBulve '

,c I must have slept, because I had and I'm the audience." verses, at a fast clip and the more He is working on a train out of Level Sunday afternoon where 666Try tlot

put a call In for aeven o'clock and She made me rehearse that entrance I tried to pull in and get myieli Wildwood for awhile. day.Mr.. and Mrs. J. R. they are teaching a music class. Cough Drop I
when it came it woke me up. I under some kind of control. the Mrs. W. H. Kelly and
about ten times, and then Smith visited The
relatives strawberries
took a quick shower arid started to she seemed satisfied. "And louder it got and the faster I kept in Mr. and Mrs. Robert Ward were are looking IlBbMyTUm'aLlnlmrnt woutifeb

dress. My fingers were trembling. one more thing. I picked Carlasi-now going until at the finish Wilklni Jacksonville Saturday. in Keystone Sunday afternoon. fine again and are putting on

I About a quarter to eight I rang her. ml'. "Vlttorla Mio Core" for had a hard time keeping up wit!!, Mr. Barlow from, Graham has Mr. and Mrs. Arch Dobbs of. fruit. If we don't have any more

She told me to come on in. to begin with because it's a you me. They gave me a little bit ota moved his family here. the ,State Farm cold we will be picking for mar-
good, were
She was as businesslike a* before. lively tune and you can race hand, and I didn't want ta bow I W. .j. Robinson and J. S. Wil their son and daughter-in-law guests of ket In 'a few weeks. Be Quick To TrelBronchitis :]
r All she said was. "Sit down and wanted to ,
through with it without apologize and explain liams were In. Starke on business
having to Mr. Miss
we'll check what and Mrs. Alton Dobbs Sun- Doris Crosby of
t over you're to do. worry about fine effects. Atte..lbatyou that that wasn't the way; it wai Monday. Rising
"I'm liitenlng. ought to be all right But don't supposed to go. But I bowed. some Fred Mason day night. was visiting Miss Odessa McRae

I "First when you come on. At all forget that It has no Introduction. kind of way. from Keystone Mrs. Earl Kirby returned home Monday afternoon.

e recitals the. singer comes on from He'll give Then came) Scarlatti's "0 Height was' here wiring more Monday after J. W. Buddlngton
Ce and
you on. chord. for pitch, spending several Arthur :
the that Is houses for Chronic bronchitis develtr
right; stags right Left electric' may
lights Mon
and late Dl McRae
then start""Sure Piagarmi. It's short weeks
and in
you South were
Carolina with Mr. visitors to Palatka tochitls \
t' to the audience.. Walk straight out day. your cough chest cold,or acute
ought to
I know. start
4 from the wings, 'pait) the piano to. : soft up to a J. L. Kirby's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Sunday. is not treated and you cast]
"You know but be crescendo in the middle. Wynn.
and dl our
ready. One
the center ot the stage. B. quick county commissioner John Kirby. We are sorry to aflordtotakeachancewtthanym*!
chord, and as soon as you have the away at the end. I was so runt Is I t report that
and brisk about It. Be having the roads W Miss: Odessa cine less potent than CreomuW
aware of C. Ward McRae
pitch clear in up by then I couldn't ] and son, Robert, is ill with
them., but don'tlook at them till your head start DoD"Id sing softly if I worked out here and we surely flu. which goes right to the seat itt
It catch: tried. I started It, and were visiting friends In JacksonVlllA ,
you get there. By that time the'Ultart you by surprise. my volet need better roads trouble to help loosen and expel!!
"I won't." bellowed all over the SltrtdnirMrs. H. M. and "
t t to applaud. You place, and II Owen McRae were laden phlegm and aid nature";
stop at the -
tc center of the stage, face them, and We had another cigarette and was terrible. There was a bart ::w-R.: Hafslop and daugh visiting C. H. Neal in the Gaines soothe and heal raw tender *,

bow. Bow once, from the didn't say much. I looked at the ripple after that and Wilkins went) GUM BRANCH ter. Mrs. Inez Kelly. visited ville hospital Tuesday. bronchial mucous membrane
hips, as the
though you meant It." palms of my hands. They were into the opening of the third song, By H.... Edd Parrlxh bed side of Mrs. Halelop'a We are hopidg' that Creomulsion blends beechfw
"0.It. What then" wet Wilkins came in. "Taxi's walt, the last of that group.' It was the brother, our pastor, creosote special process with o*
In,." "Come Raggio Di Sol" by Caldara, Benny Sapp In Starke, Monday W. E.: Hall will be ,able to come time tested medicines for coup
bow Mr.
You but Mrs.
once, and
no If J.
L\ It's more We put on our coats went down, and it's another that opens soft C. Sapp and afternoon. for church services this week-end. It contains no narcotics.

\ applaud a friendly quite house they may and drove to the theater. I lang it aoft for about two meas son Bobby, 0 t Sampson City :Mrs. Arle brown; ,was called Our Sunday School lesson for No matter how many medltf. *
a but
.. ; enougb for more than not The stage was an set for the recital urea and then I exploded like some were' dinner guests of Mr., and Monday to the bedside of next 'Sunday you have tried tell your drugs*'
one) bow. Betides her morning Is
with big radio when Hrs. F. S. St. sell you a bottle of Crecanulsionldthe |
if a piano out there anda you turn it up too quick. Sapp Sunday. brother Mark 2nd
only a welcome. Obey
1 haven't done You. drop back of It. There was a After that it was a hog-calling eon Mr. and ,Mrs.. JE.;: Andersonof ilI. Moody, who i Is 'very read Chapter Everybody understanding you must likftway l
anything It
yet to warrant L and it cough,
hole in the drop. so we could lookout test Wilkins saw It was come to Sunday quickly allays the Pj
; more than one bow." hopeless Lawtey and Mra H. II. Keene Mr. and S chool. rnlttlnn rest and lit ]
T "All First the would look and then and came down on the loud pedal Mrs C. C. Crosby and sleep or you
right I got that What and Mrs. W, E. Norman nave :your baclc. (Ad')
of this : money
text?," I would look. She said It was a so it would maybe sound as though I children Arsula, flute and Bobby, --
ii "Then you tart to I1n,." sellout I that were''the way it was supposed section were guests of Mr. and were guests of Mr and Mrs.

"Do I give WilkIns a sign or My mouth began to feel dry. I to go. But a fat chance we bad ol Mrs.: Dan Keene and Mrs. Ellen I Austin Fender of Pine Level

'it. lomethlng?' went over to the cooler and had a fooling that audience I finished, Johnson. In Jacksonville Sunday. night. Sunday SINCLAIR PRODUCTS
drink, but I kept swallowing. and on the pianissimo! at the Mr. and '
j "I'll end Mrs.
come to that but I'm cot J. C. Normanand Mrs.
At 8:13: a stagehand It sounded like Carrie Smith
lone with went out and a locomotive whis
yet about how you come closed the top of the LUng for children of Vanderbilt Mr. to her home Gasoline Oils
an. Look pleasant, but don't paste piano. H. a curve. When It wa I and M... Carlton Friday night after and Fuels
'ti. any death-house smile came back. Wilkins took out his over there was a little scattering Cbaatain of spending some time with
on your face; watch and held It of applause and I Hampton :Mrs. Dew Ie Warren her WHEN YOU
don't look sheepish as though you up to Cecil. bowed. I bowed of uncle and aunt Mr. and Mrs. C. NEED FUELS FOR HEATING
thought It was a big Joke; don't try "RaadyT""All center and took the quarter turn Starke and Miss Sapp of Jacksonville C. Crosby.Mr. GIVE iTa-i-nT RING
to bow WE
right"We to the side. DELIVER
It to look more confident than The) applause I were guests of Mr. and .
you all Mrs. J. N.
three went to the wing topped. I kept right Kelly were
1t really are. Above all look as on turning Mrs. J. S. Sapp Sunday.
stage right. Wilkins and walked visiting their
(hough you meant business, raised his on stage. Miss son-in-law and

t They hand. _two." Cecil_swept out (TO BS CONTINVHD) the week-end Dorothy in Jacksonville Norman ,spent with Tomlinson daughter of Mr.Raiford. and' Mr*. Nalon H. E. TUCKER. Agent

Il1 THERESSA Mr*. Charles Trlest of WaJdo'i'Mr. and Mrs. Rupert Zelgler and A.her F uncle. Hall.and aunt .')fr and )(no recently For Sinclair Refining Co.

By Mrs. II. D. was a guest of her .
MaT daughter little daughter R. PINE ,LEVEL
Judith of Gaineav.. C. Keene of Jacksonvillespent Phone 158 _

4' O. M. Bennett' Ifl visiting bin MIC. W. M. Packbam Sunday. villa and Mrs. ,Cora Sullivan and I Saturday night with his: By Mrs. IT. ... MoIUe staj.ke Fla-,
Marjorie Hall and Hazel little granddaughter, mother Mn. H.
daughter H.
Mrs. C. Sullivan for I Keene,
At, few days. a Packham were guests of Mrs. ,Moody of Waldo. Mr. and :Mrs. J. E. Anderson of Mr. and Mrs. C. P. Genus of

) L Mra. Freddie Dodd of Mldlakee Sun- We are glad to welcome Mrs. Lawtey and Mrs. W, 'E. Norman Hellbronn were dinner guests of

;,. Clyde Hall visited Mr. and day afternoon. D. W. Moore back home from the of this section I Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Hall Saturday
)(1'8. I were
\ Eugene Klnchen visiting
Wednesday of last of Starke Rev Charles Casorx held services hospital and hope to see her well'I Elder and Mrs. E. N. Anderson evening and were accompanied

week. at the Theressa school bouse and around again soon. at Keystone by Mr. and Mrs. Hall and chil:
M Mrs. H. D. May and Miss Ida Tuesday night.Thomton of last week. afternoon dren and Mrs. V. A. Browning 'NRirn
;, Hagan were business TK.UX' SChEDULE and children
visitors in to New River where
Mr. *
Starke Johns and family of and Mrs. J. E. Anderson
Saturday Southbound they
and V. organized a music class.
Hampton attended H. Keene
services and
at the Local son. Vanlce
Walter Bryant of Camp Blon- Christian Church here Sunday. due" Starke" 11:15: P. M. of Lawtey. were the guests) of r J. W. Hall returned home ..yes

iI ding spent the week-end with Mr. L, O. Johns 9:24 A. M. Mrs. H. H. Keene terday after spending last week
Jr. of Friday after
Starke Miami "
and Airs. A. at New Berlin
A. 10:43
Kelsey and grand. : visited his P. M. noon. with Ills son-in- Do
tI father, T, B. Trie t. father here Sunday. Northbound Doris O'Neal law and daughter Mr. and Mrs. Your Tradingwhere
4 Mr. and Mr. are very sorry that Mrs. Local due Starke of Hellbronn spent I C. B.
Sullivan were R. 6:21 P. \(. the week-end who accompanied
.J) business visitors in Starke Sat. Mr.M. Hersey and Mrs Is on the sick list. Jax & beyond due 6:21 P. M. aunt Mr. and with her Mrs.uncle and him home. 6 pieces Rogers Silverware are
J. Arthur
e urday afternoon.Mr. celebrated their fortieth j. Zelglcr Petersburg Va., 8t atewart.SIJE..U"FI&14. Mrs. Robert Myrlcla- Starke given aWay with evT .$40 in trade

and Mrs. Clyd, Hereey anniversary wedding beyond due _.__ 3:23: P. 31. was visiting her parents :Mr. and or certificates.

were guests of Mr. and Irl. their Sunday and had as Starke and Bell branch 101 I Mrs. H. M. ,1cRae, Sunday. Are Redeemed

Clyda Hall Sunday. guests Mr. and Mrs. R. C i leaves 7 A. 10[. No. 101 ... MHKIP INK: Mr. O. R. Alvarez and child- Ia Cub It
arrive .
Dampier and little *I 'I, QU. 11.75: SMITH'S
son of
Starke. i 1:50: P. M dally except Sunday, :OVNTY -HOADFOUIJTELEGRAPH.. I' dren of Vanderbilt and Mrs. T. You Chooee GARAGE

N..? Norman and little son of Gum J STARKE: FLORIDA


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Objective of Japanese Drive seal. at Starke. Florida. this Januarv r.f SKH A run K! 130 ft. N 210 ft. -DECREED that the report of the seal at 8tarl... Florida this Jaa- :

!'iAt"AL" : W (30 ft, S 210 ft to b... Seo IS special Master. filed In this] cause uary 6th., 1942.OFFICIAL .
( ) A. J Thomas Twp. 7 S. R. 22 K i Acres, In embraced bo, and the same Is hereby. confirmed ( SEAL; ) A..J .Thonuui
DAY -.-- As Clerk ..f said Court: 1-23 4t 2-19 under s.id i certificate No. In all reeperta.IT Aa Clerk of said Court 1-94tt-.nl

,. Ham! M Wilson Jacksonville Fla. 588. IH FURTHER OnnKUED.! T. Frank T..andrum. "Starke, Kl.., ,
Atty .for Plf. NW4 of SRH Ex. :X A. In SWCor ADJUDUKD: AND KCltkCKL> that Atty. for Plf.IV ,
and '
15cc. 3 8. K. Uertrude H. Handelsman<< a married ,
I iv rmcriT cotTBT. BR' UI"OnnrO.'N."Y. 37 Acres, Is: *n>r..al.; u de:2 saij I >n nh.b., and she IB hereby .III"I'IT (-thi RT. Illl tIkPOHIlOlr IJ
FLOHIIIAI$ l 11 tllAM- .
certificate No. (67. decreed to a free dealer In all
( > FI.OltiIEh IX CHAN.
CKItV.Ivy The assessment. of the said. property renpevlB. and la hereby tcmnted a : t r
I 'i'htt',
H. Uardner Plaintiff, vs Barbara 4
license In ,
accordance with the
imowII, under the said certificate Nn.
I.. Uardner Defendant Case aIls Issued was In the name of W. prayer of her petition. 1'. V. Navatto Plaintiff, vs. .10.*- ,

No. 174'7OnOEn OF" PPRUOATIONAND ) II. Hall and the assessment nf the IT IS VIMtTIIKIt OKPERILD. thine Navatto. Defendant.. Cas. :No. \
said properly' under the sulil. certificate ADJUDOKD AND KCKKB1 that 1761.
of W.
name la authorlieil to
Llndsey.Unless woman
d bare I.. Dardner whOM residenceIs ,; OK FLORIDA to: Joaa- '
,, said certificate shall heredeemed take charge of and control her
Unknown. Navatto whoH. resident is :
__ according to law the rhine
estate, to contract and be contracted
You are requlreil to appear on property described therein. will besolil with, to sue and be sued, )' Nook 107 West Fourth t
bus selfish :March 2. 1942 In the above named to the highest bidder at the and to bind herself. In nil respecta "Street. Plulnflelil.. New Jersey. ;
Court and cause.,, wherein. plaintiff courthouse door on the first M,)". You art required to appear on !'
the unpatriotic selfBBOtives seeks divorce Bradford County day nh* month 194], a. fully aa I If she were unnmrrled.IT March 2nd, 1942. In the aboveimiiiixl t,
m behind hoarding. T.I"lJraplaball publish. this OrderIn which I la the 2nd, oJaafhjI 1M VfHTHKH (IIU>IOHK1! >, Court and cause, Whereinhii&intitf .h,'
next four weekly lemurs.Witness 11I42. seeks divorce. ..: '
Kny boarder is actually ropy of thin Deere shall be published shall
hand and official Hated thla 19th day of January County: Telegraph imbllnlithlH 'Ol ,
my for four consecutive weeksIn order In four t .
hav- next
from weekly
Tl satisfaction seal at Stark. Florida this January III t!!. '
tucked .3 J'* OFFICIAL SEAL) A..J. Thomas the HradtDr,1'ounty Telegraph Issue(. :
of goods 15 1942.:
( supply %t; Clerk of Circuit Court of Bradford .a newspaper of general circulation. Witness my hand and official 'i" >
those goods have be- tc (OFFICIAL SEAL) A..J. ThomasAs County Florida 1-23 4 t 2-13 published. In H" to. r k *, Uradford seal at Htarke, "Florida lhl. January '* 1
Clerk. of said. Court 1-23 4t 2-1S first i
alnabla by her neleb.e County, Florlila. The publication 22nd, l 42.40KFICIAI r
k1c Ralph C. Komedy Jacksonvlllv. shall be t\ day of : SEAL) A..J. Thomas I"I I
Fla. Atty. for Plf.iv January. A. D. rr42t last An
ii rincriT n.. Clerk of unlit Court. 1-23 41 2-1): :
romiT. K
\r miroirv.
of house- >
thousands : on 30th day of said month. I Wm. I'. Morgan. Jacksonville I'la.Atiy. .
about our country whos ____ c rinct'iT ("Ot'RT..I.RAOPORD' l-KRY. PLOHIUA. ix: cnt%> IS'Order shall take effort on th;* for Pit i

squirrels stocking up r COIINTV. FLORIDA IV 1IIAV- Joseph A. Racine, Plaintiff, va. 7th of February, A. D., 1943 upon I ,

feak days ahead. Theys -. ::, CKKV.Joseph Margaret Aurello Raclna, Defen. the lrtlVlf..11 of In proof this of Order publicationas and( iv ...nun. roi'IIT. nittnroRn :"1 "
| of a shortage of stock. R Whlrhard. Plaintiff vs.Alvertle dant. Case. No. 1720 cni'VTVt' Fi.ititiuti iv tiiAiv- I
M Whlcharil. Defendant. ORDER OF" PUBLICATIONAND : required hy the Statutes<< of the n--.lt Y.Surah '
ash to town to buy all Case No. 1709OKDEK NOTICR TO AP1>HAR Stnte of Florida In such cases. made I.... Unwell, Plalntltr .a \
JTord.' They hear about a OF PfnUlrATIONAN1 STATE OF KLORIDV: Marsrnret and provided.. Murray DonaKI howell Defendant<< \
(curb on sugar and hurrya > NOTICE TO APPEAR Aurello Racine, 42 Illonmlna- DONW AM1> ORDERED In Chambers CUB No 174OHDER .
barrel ot it. STATE OF FLOUIDA: Alverlle. dale Avo, Pawtucket. Rhode Inlnml. at Htnrke, Florida this the OK PUBLICATION '
rm4g :M. Whlchard Unnerul. Delivery You are required to appear on 7th day of January; A. h.. 1042. AND NOTICE TO ATI1 10 A 11 ",
i day a neighbor took me A. Z. Aiiklim Judo19 *.
lioanoke VlrRlnla. February t. 1943. In the above STATE Oh' KLOHIDA to: Mur. j
> cellar where she proud. : You are required to appear on named Court and cause, wherein 4t 1.30 ray O"* residence .-
I I her hoard-bIg bags of As the laps pushed down the Malaya peninsula against the British February 2. 942. In the above plaintiff seeks. dlv..rce>.. Druilford V'i IB"lill7IOrIlkhe'; : Avenue ':
of canned this was" their objective-Singapore. Above photo shows what a bee namel Court and cause, wherein. County Telegraph shall publish this Atlanta (leorirlu. '.
upon row hive or activity the most commercial point In Asia Is, for sampans almost I plaintiff seeks divorce. Bradford Order lu next four weekly I lumies. iv ( inn'rr t 01 HT. nit lI'OllI' You are requIred to appear r nMarch '.'. '1
let of automobile tires. choke the Singapore river. County Telegraph shall publish this Witness 1 my hind and official: I i-or\ri KI.OIUIIti IN ( .nKIIY. \\- 2nd 1943. In the above .., :
.0(1 assortment of knlckJch I Order In next four weekly: isnues. seal at Starke Florida, thin January (' : namffil Court and cause, whnrvln i. '
probably won't be II I Witness my hum and official filh,, 1042.OFFICIAL Paul H Conner, Plaintiff, ys. T.llllo plaint ill seeks. illvorco. Hrudfnntounty I
:Mil* Conner, efeiiiliint... Cn i. No (' Telegraph shall '
hence. seal at !Stsrke }Florida this January ( 8UAL) A. J .Thomas ) imUllxh fi'
t few 2. 1942.OFFICIAL. As Clerk ".f suld Court 1-R 41 1-90 1129. thin Order hi. next four weekly. ,
tlon. was this: if your Widow of War Hero Aids Red Cross ( 812AL.) A..J ..ThomasAs T. Prank Ltindrum Slarke, Florida. t1ltnEn ANIO'loll'l'1 OF runLir-ATioN TO AIM'HAIl) iHBIirH.vvitmKH. r'
; hand ami officialseal
t later unable to buy sug- Clerk of mild Court l-SMt I-.10 Atty. for Plf. my
STATE {tjo' KI.OIUDA I l.iLlllle: nt Htark, (Florida this Jan>
I going to be embarrassed William D Mormin. Jacksonville, Mne Ciiunerhosu renlilenco. Is liary 12nd. 11142.O f'

em sugar in your home; Fla. .Atty. for Plf.iv IV IIII4IIT (-0. ItT llllltKfll Unknown. ( FIiMAl. 8KAI.) A..J. Thomas '

ods become scarce you (.OI.'OI... ', Kl.ititliti. I \ ('11 \\- You are' required to orM'enr on A< Clvrk of unlit. Cnurt 1-21 4t 3-IJ '

_o i feel like a flfth-colum- rmrriT coiitr, nri>Konirnni ) KIIV. Feb"I1'"'' 2ml. 11142: In the .abovennmeil Wm. 1). /' -HI\.In.: JiicKxonvlllH. }I.I.... I

that food available for '"" 'rv, LOHIII iv IIIAN- Henry V. Halsey. Plitlntlff' vs. Cnuit. and cause, wherein. Ally
fKIIV.Anthony: I..iurii', K. llulioy Defendant. Case plaintiff, seeks. divorce. ItriulforilCniinty '
,r: when you put on those No. 1722. Telvirniplt. \ shall nnbllHh thisOuter .
R Rudolph Plaintiff' v.. iv ( iitnir (bI'it'I'. Pill IhitlilD
obile tires. after most of Eleanor Rudolph. Defendant. CaseNo OltDKR: OF rt'TILTfATION In next four 'wef. .li ly issues. 011"' ) KI.OUIII n I" (''' AN- '

|s have had to stop drive 1740OHDER. ANII NOTIVR TO APl'KAIt WKnesB my' hand niia officialseal fKHV.HolM.rt: .
e theIr tires are worn OF PITHLICATION BTATK OK "'I.UHIO.to: Laura ut Htarke, Klorliln; tills. Jan- John Wll7!>v, I'lnlntlff. "..
ANn NOTICFJ TO APl'KAR K. lluUvy, whose residence Is un hilly nth, 11142.Ot.'T'l'IAL Idit Mnhrl Wll.y, I >f>f ndant. Caaa
e oinK; to be intensely STATE OF FL.ORI11A to: KHeanorRuiiolpti known. ( "HUAL' > A. J Thomas No. I7H.I.OllllKIl: .

f! yourself whenever youYou're Brooklyn, New York. You are required to appear on As Clerk of said Court. I 'P 4t 1-30 I OK riMtLICATIOMANI I.I I.
not going to You: : required: to appear on February: 2, 1948, In the aliovu J. 8. (':;tlpii. Jacksonville\ Fla.Atty. ( I > NOTK'W TO Al'l'IOAIt '
2e named Court and cause wherein HTATIO OK 'IOIU"Jda I
dubbed a boarder. February 16, 1943: In the above I :
; namitd Court and cause, wherein plaintiff seeks. divorce Tlrailfoul, Mulml Wllvy. whose residence lit
('""nlY Telexraph' shall publish this ..... A4.1 IllKKWOoil Avenue MUlvaln.
seeks Bradford ,
GES created plaintiff divorce. IV 4 UK'I..r < 01 Illl IIFOIIII I
County Telegraph shall publish. this Oriler In next four, weekly Isnues. ( IklMI'V ....(>ltll> \. IX 1HAKill. :\1C. : New Jvrnry. I ,
: .
he greatest faults with Order In next four weekly ,IHBUPS.Vltness Wltne my hand niiil nfflclalseal l ; I You are required to appear onMarch I
that it actually creates \ my hand and official at Hlarko, Florida, this) Juu- Irvliitc It. Chexlowe( PlaIntiff va.llerthn 2nd, IB42. In the abovanamed Ii'' '
seal IIlIryjlh./ .. IB4J.OFFICIAL Court anil ,'"u.., vrhnrwliiiilulntlff
at Starke Florida, this January Powell (h..vlow", Defendant :
ges which the hoarders 12th. 1042. ( HKAL) A, J .Thomas ..n.... No. 1713OIlDKIl seeks riivorco. Urnd for.t
(OFFICIAL SEAL) A .J. ThomasAs As Clerk nf said Court 1.9 4t 1-30 OF PUBLICATION Countv Tvli-Kruph shall publish. 't,

uldn't be e shortage of Clerk of said Court. 1-16 4t 2-6 J. 8. Harrison.' Jacksonville, Fin AVII NOTICE TO APPKAIt: thin. .Order In next tour weeklyMHII .

y If it weren't for the Ralpn C. Komedy Jacksonville, Atty. for Plf. STATE 01" FI.Oltl"t.I ..! Her!hal'uweii | WllnepM>I ')'
Florida Atty. for Plf.. (hevliiwe, 1104 Hast lilt l II my rinnd and officialseal .
have been draining the I at Htarko, Florida, thin. Jan- t.
IV TIIH flHCI'IT 4'<>l-ir 0.' TIIH Street, New York City. Mow York.
_ supply by purchasing IN rUtr.'IT roritT. Biitnponn K.IIJIIIII JII' |CI\I. S'I lit'I I'.' (>!.' You are required. to "I' ..ar on miry<1110'Irll'l llJii.l A I., 1942. A..1. Thomas .

p than they need. (fOIINTV' KL ltlUI1* 1IIAN. TIIH MTAI-H nf ..-|...ltll>\. IVA1VII February 2, 1942.. In the above I An Clerk of HNAI.l alil {)..lIrt. 121 4t 1-IJ: I
named! Court and wher..lnplnlllliff A.
wouldn't have VOlt IllltlirOIIII cause,
; problem CKltV.OenrKe 'tI'I'YIN Wm. Ji. Morgan Ju<.k.onvllle Kla
I seeks divorce I'radrnrdI'ounty I
cute so suddenly If it Martin Vol, Plulntlff: vsKatherlna ('IIk'EItVIN Atly. for IMf.
Klchhorn Defen UK:: UKUTUUDB B. IIAN'DKI.BMAN : T..lotr..Jlh shall IUllilah| this '
'Vols / I
n for the thousands of Order In next four weekly limues.Witness .
vbo heard of an !unmi- Mrs. Colin P. Kelly Jr. Is pictured here flanked by he color guardof dant.ORIIgR Cnsa 0'No. 1742.PllHtICATIONANH NOTIo", mv hand, ;anil official: IV ('hlt'I'l'i' ..o..r. \llfOIIII

>ge and bought up every the Army and Navy Union daring a Red Cross parade In New York NOTICR TO APPHAIt TO WHOM IT :MAY CONCETlNr seal nt Utflrke, "Florida this Janusrv i <-

ould lay their hands on. city. Mrs. Kelly Is the widow of the late flying: army captain who sacrificed HTATR OF. FLOKII1A to: Kath NOTICB. IS JIliiUICHY (1IVKN that .5th. ,1M2.KIFKICIAL !SEAL' ) A. J .Tliomns Tronn II. 1IIlIrvll1'1"lnllf', vn, Nor-

nd nylon stocking supply h... life to sink the first Jap battleship after war" broke out. After erlna Klihhorn Vglz.' V JJumber. 59 Gertrude II Handelsman. a married As Clerk ut Bald Court 1-U 4t 1-30 wood H. M..rvi.) fandant.%. Case:
Obere H has b..en118
ptstrase, ( II. Htreet) woman a free
No. 17U.* \
ceremonies held to New York Fifth
the dedicate
i lasted a lot longer thanif parade were city's Hofkenhelm Baden Country of dealer. by order of the above entitled OltOEH OK FtlHI.irATIONAMI
it weren't.for those avenue as the Red Cross street of mercy of the nation. Uermany. Court a copy of said Order iv ruin' ir .o..r. m t itvo.tn NOTICK TO AI''I' AIt I

airs which thousands of You are required to appear on la as follows, to-wlt! oivrt.' 1"1,0IUII t.\1-: HTATR OK Kr.dUIDA to: Nor. 1 ,.
March 2nd.. 1941, I In the above FINAL! MKCnElO 4-i-.it: Y. wood H. :Marvll. whose r..IIIn..a ;1'
omen snapped when
heard up CHURCH DIRECTORY OF (1:00: P. M) E. S T. on Friday I named Court and citusa, wherein Thin cause coming on 1 this day Ernent' Leclalr, Plaintiff vs. funny In: Blh. Street. laurel, Dlawar .
rumors of scarcIty.Ith the 80th day January 1K42, at plaintiff seeks divorce. Bradford to be hearil, upon the Report of the Malcolm Leclulr Defendant. Case You are required to appear on
: priorities and raw SERVICES which time nl: place 1 all bids received -'County Telegraph shall publish this Hpeclal Mailer, K. K. Perryman No. 1720.OltDKR. March 2nd. 11142 In the ab ,vnamed .
roblems in so many inne will be publicly opened and Order In next four weekly Issues.Witness filed In the above entitled cause, OP PltnUC'ATlON Court and l-aua. heroin. ,
problem of FIH1T I1APTIHTHCT. read aloud. my hand and official and the Court having examined the ANI> NOTICE T() AI-'I AIt I.'a"tlff' seeks. divorce llraitrord
supplying A. 1>1. I'lutbtfoot. Paator Instruction to Bidders Form of seal at Htarke Florida, this Jan same. together, with the file In this STATE!]: OF FIX>UIDA to-: imnnyAlalnolm County Telegraph shall publish
needs of the people of 3O N. Walnut Street. Proposal General Conditions, Detail Oar 14th 194k.OFFICIAL cause, and the Court bring satis.fied Leclalr whose. ) rvMldenc. this Order In next four weakly'

States is acute but the Church School 9:45 A. M. .peclflcatloni. Form of Con ( SEAL> A .J. Thomas as to the capacity and ciualU Is Unknown. IBBIKIM.WMnum.
t women who complicaten Morning Woruhlp 11:00: A. M. tract and Honda. and Drawings As Cleric of said Court.' 1-18 4t 2iv flcatlons of Gertrude B. lianilela- You are required to r :.. rbonam..d onFebruary my hand and official
man a married' woman to takecharge 2, 1942. in anal .
7:08 M. be examined at the office' oftbe at Htarke. Florida, this Jan.
> by buying far aboveal M. T. U. P. may
i of and her Court and cause whereinplaintiff IJnd I94J.OKFIlIAI. '
manatee own uary .
Clerk of Florida
Stark ,
EveningWorship 8:00 P. M. City : riiift'iT rocRT. BRAnrono
demands are making : estate and and to becomea sie.ks divorce. Bradford HHAL -
8:00 M. and at the offices of Cbarlea. K, FLORIDA property ( ) A..J. Thomas ,
Wednesday Worship Cohtary. possIble to solve.' Rlchhelmer Firm ot Key- (ERr.Ransom. free dealer. in every respect; IT County Telegraph fthakl publish. thisOrder An Clerk of Bald Cnurt. 1-BS 4t I-U. ;
wn.thS'm: 18 THRHKUPON In next four 'Wm. 1>. Morvan
nolcliv and Ullln,, Hunches Per- weKly ISSUMM.Witness JaokBonvllU, ...
FIRST MKTlIOIMSTR Plaintiff vs. OKDEKBD: ADJUDGED AND my hand and official Atty. for Fir.
|5 B e sacrifice 8th Floor, Florida National Bank nice A. Hughes\ Defendant Case I '1,1 1I / '
G C. Powell. Pastor
Building Jackaonvllle. Florida and No.; 1714.
its war ts over. everyone 12O N. Chvreh Street copies thereof obtained upon payment ORDER OF PUBLICATION

', be made to realize that Church flohool 10:00: A. M. of 126 00 for each ".t. which AND NOTICE TO APPEAR
Sunday Worship 11:00 A. M. payment will be refunded upon return STATE OF FLORIDA to: Bernice
we do. are Young; People 7-00: P. M.: of such Bet In good condition A. Hughes, whose residence. I. co
fb i the interests of the ma- Rvenlng- Worship 8:00 P. )r. within ten days after bids bav Wolden Arms Annex Apartments,

he people ate a help to W.dn..day Worship. 8.00 P., M. been opened and read. Wnldon Kpad. Vttljge of O lnnlnr,
The Bald City Council reserves county of WeBtcheSfer.-- of
( the right to waive any Informalities New York. .
about the great unity of ST. MARK'S EPISCOPAL
In or to reject any or all required to appear on
jch suddenly has swept nev. Fred Yerke. Hertora bid" Fo :uuarr. 2, 1942, In the above
|country but we haven't O N. Ckareki Street Each bid must bo accompaniedby named Court and cause, wherein
ached the unity which we Church School 10:00: A. M. a canhlvr'a check or a certified plaintiff seeks divorce. Bradford
Sunday WorBhlp 11-00: A. M. check or bid bond In the amountof County Telegraph. shall publish this
|bly need before we can Sunday Evening 7:30: P. M. five percent (5 p.c.) of the base Order In next four weekly' Issues.
ry. Friday Kvenlnir" 7:80: P. M. bid aB .a guarantee that the bid Witness my hand and official
S of foods and luxuries Holy Days 10.00: A. M. der.' If awarded the contract. will I seal at Starke. }Florida this Jan
within ten (10) consecutive calendar 6tb 1942.OFFICIAL .
appear to have much to
FIRST PltESBYTEHIAM day. after written notice be- I ( SKAL: ) A..J Thomas

bis but unity actually we are It is all an talk-ex- Rev. Chn.. II. All.. ... P..tor ngw I :e"no contract auch award with, enter the City Intoa i A* Clerk of Bald Court 1.9 4t 1-30

ample ot the unwilling- 348 North Cherry 8t. of Starke! Florida In accordance '
Church School 10:00: A. ).r. with the accepted bid, and give a iv!' ("InrI'IT c-oriiT, BRAnrnnn
ny of us to work together Sunday Worship. II :00 A. M. performance bond sat to COUNTY FL.OUIUA. IN CIIANrKitr. : -

Bee together. Senior Cruaaden 6-00! P. M. the City (,f Hlarke.! equal to on. .
rder knows that when she Intermediate Youth A-OO: P. :M.! hundred percent. (100 PC.) of the Ruth V. Davids. Plaintiff vs. John I
uanttty of something be- Evening Worship 7:00: P. M. contract price. L. Davids Defendant. Case No. 1712.
No Bidder may withdraw his bid OKDICR OF PUBLICATION
likely to be scarce she within sixty I to get the jump on other ST. EDWARD'S CATHOLIC date set for the opening: thereof. STATE OF FLORIDA tol John L. '

] She knows that if there Stew. T._. J. Mor...".. PuBlorTVBI City of Starke. Florida David., whose re..hhnc. la Number
*!. Avenue By: 1133 flprlnftfleld" Avenue, New
age of canned goods and Early Maaa 8.00: A. M. Carl Johns Providence New Jersey

j enough to last a year I>.. .. !I. ,I_ City Clerk 1-23 2t 1-10 Fe-rouu.rr. required. to appear on I S S ;!
i be many others who will Sunday Maan 9:00: A. tt. 2, 1942, .in the above
withoutcall Week Day Mass 8:00 A. hi.GOCPEL NOTICE OP APPLICATION FOR named Court and cause, wherein ;

TAX HEED plaintiff seeks divorce. Bradford ,,
that selflshness or .
County Telegraph shall this -
TAbERNACLE Senate Bill No. 1M) ,
potectlon, whichever you Order In next four weekly Issues.Witness '
T. Spoae
mmd Mr J. nlnler
.1' hand] and official l
i all adds up to that age- Service 7:30 P. M. THAT Isabel, Mitch holder of Tax my
each for himself and Friday Sunday Service 7:30 P. M. Certificate Numbered respectively, seal at Starke. Florida. this. ) Jan. a a S ,
are l..d the 7th HV Of JulV. A. UAry 9, 1042_ HC
|take the hindmost. And K"19'3'zfj: ; --* 248 iBHued the--Cth.,- corF -L-SEAr..)' 'A. J .Thomas 't
the attitude that wins administratrix day of August. A. D. 1928; and 311 As Clerk of said Court 1.11 4t 1.30 ; ; -
Jan. 12; Vivian O. McConJ; Issued the 5th day of August,ot. O. If. Wlttschen Jackaonvllle, FI.... ;
of the estate of T. IT). 1929 haa filed same In my, Atty. for Plf. '

NESS survival and Vivian tics and has made application for .
M. McCord. deceased : ,
tax deed to be Issued ther..on.Said .
|e all of us made up ourpvork O. McCord. widow of T. M. Mc I certificates respectively. embrace IN 'CIRCUIT"" FLOHII COURT' ni IN ADRORnCOIIVTY. C1IANCEHY. ,

together to sacrifice Cord, deceased t o Earl Cook I the following described properties -
of Bradford
In the County
land to suffer together. Aubrey K. Wells, Plaintiff vs.Haael .
A. Anols and Eunice
Jan. 9; A. ] State of Florida. to-wltt ,
fofiteer in Industry the Annis his wife to E v a Mae Lots 8. 9. 10. It, 12 of Plk 23, Case No Marion 1724.ORDER Wells. Defendant. ,
In AiMltlon to Htarke In '
the home as well as Temples
Thomas Jan. 2; Susan Sapp a NB"4 of NWW part of W"4 of OF PUBLICATIONANI
which confine ) NOTICE TO
group W of & NH Cor of SEti; APPEAR
13 NEK Ry
1st to watching the war widow. to G. I* Sapp Jan. ; of NWVi Sec 28 Twp. 6 f!. R. 22K. STATE OF FLORIDA to: Hazel

I sidelines, must be made Alex L. Olaon and wife Grade ., Is embraced under said Certificate Marlon Wells, Rhode, 89 Island.Norwood Avenue,

that this to John H. Parker and No. 520. Cranston ; ,-
gigantic struggle B. Olson.
You are required to on
I.ots 2, 3. 4 of Bile 2J Temples appear ,
the unselfish co-operation wife. Madell Parker Jan. 10; Add. to Htarke Pec. 28 Twp. 6 8. R. February 2. 1943. In the above

[citizen. Bertha H. Pearce a widow to 22 E.. la embraced under Certlfl- named Court and cause, wherein. p
plaintiff seeks divorce. Bradford
stops cats No. 247. ,
worrying about Robert B. Wear and wife AliceN. Lot II of Hlk 23 Temple Add. fbBtarke County Telegraph. shall publish this .

ping to/l\appen\ to our pet- Wear Jan. 10; Mrs. Neta 8eo. 28 Twp. 6 H. It. 12 B., Order In next four, weekly Issues.Wltnesa .
Its and .ur little luxuries. Is embraced under Certificate No. my hand, ana official qti :
I realize that these things Johnson, a widower to B. F. Hall 248. seal. at Starke. Florida this Jan > ,
Jan. 10 Cecil R. Moore and wife. Lot 1 Blk *S Temples. Additionto uary 6th. Uti.10FFICIAL ,
forth a tinker's dam com ; SEAL) A.I ..ThomasAs
tftarko In NE% of NWV4 part '. ;
Rh our battle for the surfir Opal Moore. to Thomas F. Brown of W4 NH Clerk of said Court 1-9 4t I-IO '.

whole way of living and wife., Belle Brown Jan. 14.. Cur of s1"N'I,4NWI,40fs.IJ.Y'hilaT T. Frank Landrnm Stark. Florida, 'l ,.- 'i't t. +'
( a S. It. 22 E., I. embraced und.rCertificate Atty. tor .PIt.IN wt
harping '
on hoarding be- No. 111. -I- V."
lt the most apparent cur The aaseaament of said property '
Aids COfWr.;
Inple of our unwillingness Western under said. certificate No. 120 was COUNTY FLOHIKA IN CHAN-' ) /
I Peek The ,
In the name of C. ;
I unimportant personal in- According: to T. A. May, local said property under CERT. '
::i'r IICf. John E. Hussey. Plaintiff vs. Lotta '- 1614 5
"Aaa Mo. 147 was In the "U
of Western Union. I
I saw dozens of women manager name of T. H. L. DauKherty the M Hu...,. Defendant Case No.
means of aiding National defense aoBeasnient of said property under 1721.ORDER
p a grocery store the oth- the Western Union Tele- said certificate' No. 248 was In the .fN'Wrll'J PUBLICATION" ,
morin for TO APPEAR
their dally alf name of Unknown; the assessment %
two pounds of sugar. It graph Company baa inaugurateda of said property under aId certificate STATE OF FLORIDA to: Lotta ,
M Hpaaey- who...r....UJ.nce la: 1631Ith.
I me to realize bow diffl- convenient plan for its 52.000 So111 waa In the name. AvenueWater Vllet AlbanyCounty ':

[going to be for many of employes1 't 0 purchase United "'tTniesBuMld. c'ertiflcates shall be New York. ; ,_ I

ve to act and live un- defense savings etampa. redeemed'. according to law' the are required to appear on f
properties described therein will be F.uu. S, 1942. In the above Everybody knows that Ica-cold j? /
"The amount specified by each mid to the highest bidder at the named Court and cause, wherein ,
f there Is a lot more hope employe will be deducted from Courthouse door on the first Monday plaintiff seek divorce Bradford /
iation when I hear of a In the month of MareS If 41. County Telegraph shall publish 1 this .
mo., instead of SUing her his monthly earnings weekly and which la the 2nd.. day of iarcb. Order In next four weekly Issue Coco-Cola! has quality, the quality I'

fret, announces that she is deposited in a special bank ac A.. D. 1941. Witness my hand and official
Dated. this the Ifth., day of Jan Seal at Starke, Florida, this January .
l amount
e up the use of count. When the required
sugar uary A. 1;. U4I. ilb. 1542.OFFICIAL. .
k threatened shortage I* has been accumulated the Com (OFFICIAl. SEAL) A. J. Thomas ( HEAL) A.I Thomas of genuine goodness,-the taste that
Clerk Circuit Court Bradford As Clark of said Court 1-9 4t 1-10
I pany will purchase and deliver a County Stat. of Florida. J. B. Harrison Jacksonville, Fla.Atty. .

Ifiled defense savings bond registeredIn 1-21 4t 1-11 for Plf. charm and never cloy It brings an .

accordance with directions1 of riHCtuT COURT. B \nronnCOtr '
the employe. Defence stamps will ijr '''JTV. VLOHIOAI IN CHAN- NOTICE! OP APPLICATION!' FOR

Ban Hodges, widower, of be placed on sale to the public at JflSEH.rSn..lth. Plaintiff. v.. VlnnHello (_.TAX<. BUI DICED!Ne. 1S3) after-seme of complete refreshment. -, 5jat

County, Ill., to Carl O. Western Union offices shortly." Smith Defendant. Case No. NOTICfel IS HEMIKBY' GIVEN
That D. K, JCnlcht and N UKnlcht '

of Quincy,. Adams RID 11113 OnDER OF-" PtTBMCATIOI' hlder of Tax Oertlfloate All you want and you want it all.!
CAL? TO APPEAR No. s88. Issued the 6th day of
bl., Jan. 8; Sam 1C Stra- WATER WORKS ]JC5'i'ENSIOUJ' 8TATB AND NOT1CH OF FLORIDA to: Flora. September, 1931 and No. 64 f Is-

Mrs. ANt: PLANT ADUITIOMSKTAHKK. Hello Smith whose residence Is sued the 7th. day of July A. D. You trust its quality
Sam K. Stratos. bia FLORIDAD. 1930. have filed sam In my office

M Mrs. George PappasvFOuranla P. W. U.*ke. 1'1.' .' 1I'Ja-8-I"t Unknown.You are required to appear on and have Td"a..Pf. :: for a.
I-* March 1. If 42. In the above named tax deed 'thereon.H
Amprazee. and Healed bids for furnishing l and and Court anil cause, waervln" plaintiff< *ld oertlfloates nabrao' the followlrur SOTTIID UNOIS AUTHOIITT OB TMI COCA-COtA COMfAMV St
Fappeu, her husband, to QiBooBAl Inatalllna8 Plant wer In and wUI for be t.receive5.. CitYof I _.111' divorce shall publish Bradford this ConntyTelearaph Order County of deswlbed Bradford.property State of la Florida the STARKE COCA-COLA BOTTLING CO.

Brts. Jan. 8 Sara B. Star 1<. Fiorida cw- In next four weekly Issues. to-wltt .
; by the Cl r Council at the City Witness my band and official A Com at BW Cor of NW"
married, to R. A. Green tic.! In lltar.... Florida. until one



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t -. ?.milGIlT
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i Points of Activity in Far Eastern Fighting ABOVE HULLABALOO

Try Kathleen Norris Says : : :: : : ;:. = : : : : =:::: ::: '
h =
: -
/ :

t Indiscretion :1 / /AE -
: Women Pay Great Price for Hongkong

(Bell SyndlC.!*-WNU ServIce.)
Thailand ';$:- :: : :::: : : : : : : : : 3 By LYTLE IIULL
Lose WarA
One Way to a

.. Indo Manila certain young man volunteered But American boys shouldn't !
of hina... w-- : Guam recently for service in the six months or a year to nZ\\
::== = : ;...;:; .:; and was rejected them ot for army or
gSS p Philippines : : United States army navy worE
'; % tv because of high: blood pressure and they wouldn't need it If this
? : had been properly fed. J*|
'I'f : : .. ;; ; : = : : : produced by improper eating And'er "p

:' :=:;==::==::: ::=::: :::==::::;::;:::;:'::::::::: :: :: :: :: ::: :::: boy over bad a long worked period his of way time.through This one's feeding"children doesn't with doughnut mean I tHil

and law potatoes and soggy. pie crusu2J
I,)"' :: :;: = = =: : : : : ; ::: : preparatory bright it Is
''j, school. Aa and as fine a though possible to swain S
: : : fellow aa there) is-with a these popular favorites and still u I
: t'l, !P4 enan Singapore Cel.bd: : j f ; young magnificent education and no di provided they are ccotnpaniSl
mow They trained his mind but by fruits or vegetables or somethiJIS
r ;:;
New Guinea never thought to tell him how to else which Isn't dumped Into a !
I Borneo eat properly. So be ate where and of grease: and then into the *wi
;i. t when he could-in lunch wagons and of the growing child
soda fountains-without the faintest The Good Lord is the only GIlt
I 1 .a hint of the tragic fact that he was who knows why devoted America J
I r... Jt w Ia.ot ruining his health forever.If mothers won't take the trouble t
Ij j t .- you equip an army of puny "think health" when they are cook I
r r- / weaklings with all the modern accoutrements tug meals for their children ft,I
of war and send it out can't expect a 'outh-out on bi!
to fight an army of an equal num- own to resist the temptations 4!
I! =: ber of stalwart healthy athletesthe the modern soda lunch counter Bit!
I ::----- ..M.Indies Timor w athletes will end up with all usually gets away with a "stack n I
h =:::= = ::: = : = = :?::::::=: : = the accoutrements and the weaklings wheats" submerged in syrup, ti

: will be licked. Hitler would nice greasy doughnuts: and a do i
; --- -..-- not have got: very far if he had attempted ble chocolate banana split nut kin J
'. =: to make war with the German day-or some. equally IndlgesUblii
; .. i& 4I :::=: = = = ::::=:: ::::= : --: ::::=: :::::::: :::::::::: :: youth of 1933-even if his concoction
1/1/; forces had been well armed. Ger- We have probably a long bait
t ;:::::: = =.0:. = : = .:: ::::::::::= ::: war before us. It is
ti : ::: :: ;: = = : : : : : : : : -;:::::::::: many had not then recovered from going tort I
? r :::::::: = ::: : : ::::::: :: = :: = : : healthy !
and the health quire young: men to via
World |
1...l( % ::::.::: := ::: = : = : : :::;::::::: ::::;:::;:: AUSTRALIA > of the her First people was war well below par. -and now that we are In It"!

.1-;1< ////////////../../.................... Almost the first system which Hitler MUST win it. Pastry and trirtS
.. 0-- Inaugurated was health buildingof food won't do it!

the Pacific In the Far East Is obtained by a studyof the German youth. Travelers It costs very little more to cod
battle of
rounds ef the
j i ,' A graphic view of the opening of unusual Interest and activity following the lap attack on AmerIca used to call them "cannon fodder"as sensible food sensibly than It don 1
the above map' Arrows Indicate potato them climbing to cook: stupid food (greasily.!!
Britain and the U. 8. Hong Hong Singapore: nod Fenang they watched
declaration of war against
i'I i and subsequent Australian troops. On the Island of Borneo the Japanese Invaders mountains to make their camps: suppose it cost a great deal more:i
!; I l have been defended the largely British by British bad Inaugurated and the scorched earth policy and destroyed oil weUs and and "cannon fodder" they turned surely one's health is the most to!
{ P1 s. found the that north Borneo fields. Further south British Imperials and Dutch forces occupied the Porto- out to be-but the physical stamina portant thing in life-and onrtj
;(: (jii equipment Island of or Timor beating the Jape to the pUDcb. Ia this area U. O. activity hall centered largely In which they acquired in those days health is founded between the e'8 I
/ cueae Uere. the. .lUI4Ienook t.heIr 10D. expected Iava.loD Ia &he drive &0 capture has won them many a hard fought of one day and 20 years. I
t 'eD" ef the PhUlpplDee.Island .r the grasp sold ODe .r the major objectives Ia the PbWppines MaJIi1a I"' ''. U... battle. So those of us who are too old tt I
,1 der Luzon the principal command of Gen. D.uela. MacArthur. AmerlC&D troops put up a stiff fight for De defeaae 01 the The same hardening, health creating too something to help our county!]
m port 01 Lingsyab called the .ale.ay to MaD1la." processes are now being usedin actively can at least do one :<1.. My married life wad perfect until m man knew in rollrge turned! up in our ..J our camps; and next time you both of two things: we can feet]
in the world boy who has spent six months our children "thoughtfully," IfnS
'i neighborhood. The story of our affair it not new. All the tenant see a
: j <'< in one of them-try to remember have any and we can buy detent!!
what on now.
.. cant save me from going
what he looked like before be left stamps It we haven't. These two i
By KATHLEEN NORRIS home. Six little months make marvelous are the best investments wblcb 1
NOT WORTII IT How to Distinguish Nationality of Aircraft changes: year does more. la possible to make today.
LANGUAGE strong No amount of food advice -
+ No j enough to convince will keep tome girls from saying Heroic Crewrte
Even Mr. Henderson!
p young boyS that theft to themselves "Everyoneelse

and forgery are wrong. And does it, why shouldn't I?"

i not merely wrong in being So they willingly give away

punishable crimes. Wrong because their future security and peace O- ie 0 i

a of what they do to a of mind. Perhaps they do

boy's character, even if he Is "get away with it" for a while. ,
.1 But sooner or later they must h
never found out. Wrong in come face to face with their I ",;; r

boyhood, because the stolen- earlier indiscretion only to UNITED STATES ABUT UNITED STATES NAVY canT BRITAIN. 1Wbut A. L ...- : Wf" ,

k quarter or the forged school find that i it really wasn't Wins u* IVwhwo-Bl.* disk withwklt M4 .....--i BNt dbk. with I Wins-Blw ....... white etrcl wttasM .r...

excuse are steps to more serious worth it after all. Be sure to > .....B.. ml_** *_** nd n4_ame_wait .whit..-81_star...11e... aM rd nd.eta.u.aa ...._H. U..tla.anear red em4 eMlne re; ; ;ti ,". ., < ../ S
i k forgeries and thefts, and read Kathleen Norris' advice --I MM S.M ...... ...... and .... .......sa .. ..'' '''"\'f\ ,,,,,,,,,,.,,,, $ ,.1 <'J"

i once schooled well in those to the "). G." of this letter a I '. .. .' ,\.,,,

directions it takes heroic fortitude happily married woman whose ..;; .'.>:M.J'.0, ,;(1' '::6 1t.J: "' ,.:. J

''r girlhood folly threatens '0dearoy I \1 !- <"*' 't'
indeed ( .
t -it takes a complete j .
; her home and the love .i!- "o ..
of .
4 change personality, of her invalid husband. 'LIVTIPtn.rA i i*o1/ :t"rni 3;.!.
to resist later temptations.In '
f't :/ :
the same way I wish I : t.
pride and faith In her if it were made '.
could find words impressive known. f : '
A' ::1: '
P4 enough to help girls to see Such a case is that of "J.G.." who t ; ':f.. <\ ''X 1If.'I

just how great is the price writes me from Georgia: : ..., MEXICO :' ,, '' "' ,. .
mar a1 r..t_ ... Wlmc BW trtucK whit totud ., t t }+, I
: women have'to pay for that "When I married my husband, I asd4sv i. ....ua..... wltk BBn STMB Insane !. MBtar o"! i ,' '.. "' .!>t.$. HenderHti
loved him," says her letter, "but Paddr Urm. whit w4 rW virtual ( l I No new car for Leon
in" to the .. ,.. wa.iw ..:"'_ >t
thrilling "giving now after 11 years of unclouded happiness dd-w ern.w.-a6.-w + .ws price administrator, so he pulls iCj
4 1 young lovers of school and I know that my early love Shortly after takingover command a fender on his old one. After T Itlonlng
and pldoctlon
college days. was only a shadow of what real of the U. S. Pacific fleet at of cars was started
II your husband told )'ou"one of love could bel I He Is not a strongman Pearl Harbor Hawaii Adm. Cheater of new car assured lb
Henderson |
these cosy winter evenings, that during I, ; we live for our garden, our of W. Nfmfti flying boat congratulates which effected crew public that. there was no pntee|

his lenlor year at college be books, and our one daughter. 1 rescue navy of nine army fliers at sea. need to "commandeer" autoi.
ti supported himself entirely by stealIng "Reggie was invalided after a -1 iII .Ii ]

and forging, you would be hor terrible bout with pneumonia four New Assignment Senate Sands

rifted You couldn't laugh it off. tell years ago, and we took what capitalwe
him that it didn't make the slightest had and bought a tiny farm,

$ difference to you. You could not which my ntne-year-oM Rachael andI A' ,
t3 honestly say, "I love you for what have brought: to the point of beingan GEBMANT ITALY JAPAN EAt

you are, dear not for what you. asset rather than a liability. Wine-BlMh err .Wlegae.ea f..e.e- ,....... w w--- Slat wla
g had started ...._- ft iwutllu __.. la wait. sitar BxM_No MBttScai.... ,
were. Meanwhile Reg writing, 14 1M .Mw-Cnm. ...... *.. ml vertical i e
V Having told his honor once you little bookish essays at first, for a&n.- with "Fal ..... 4 e..tw
3 would feel-and the world would feel which he was not paid; later more M I II

4 r'' -be might sell it again. And in exactly ambitious literary studies, one of Civilian air raid spotters will ban no difficulty distinguishing Axis planes from those .f the United
the same way a man knows which is to be published in book form Nations if they memorize the markings Illustrated above. American and British planes have designs
that a girl, who waa reckless in giving In the spring. Our lives were perfect of red, white and blue and Russia baa a red star. Watchers on the southern border occasionally
her favors in girlhood.' Is not going : perfect perfect, until a man I may see tile red triangle of Mexico. Axis raiders are easily spotted through the familiar blackcross
jpy quite auddenly to attain an en- used to know as a college student and swastika el Germany the round red rising 'sun emblem of Japan and the Roman fasces 'a..rM

: '?+ tirely different position toward what I turned up in the neighborhood. insignia borne by Italian planes."u GY'

ought always to be the sacred symbol -I' "The story of our old affair is no
of ber honor. new one to you. I thought it con
old-fashioned cerned ourselves. I m__ ku
4 These are phrases only was away
and to girls: mine seems an old-fash from home for the first time, and

,r toned attitude. But I can assure every other girl did it, why not I?' 'j| Y-NOW
+ them that, viewed in the light of The 15 years between that time and LITTLE MAN ?

y Y later years, they will see the whole this have been disciplinary years, ,
j f; thing differently. It would be easier and I know they have made me a I
for a young wife to explain to her finer and wiser woman than anythingthat !
Y husband that she lifted some money was promised by the nature of i it yr ,a
out of the department-store cash that girl of 19. O -
register when she was working there "But all the lessons in the world I

y years before her marriage, than to can't save me from what is going on
explain that she was intimate for a now. I suppose you would! call it J MaJ. Gen. George H. Brett chief A Washington, D. <-. p0tm"
of <
r few months with one of the men who blackmail. Victor amuses Reggie, of the U. 8. army air corps has look with curiosity at-IVne bag *
t Is known to her husband in business. who calls him a 'rough" diamond' been named second In command to sand boxes placed In fie 0 Sd
1 1t the senate office building- >
j General Wavell as deputy supreme
Burled Secrets Reappear. and Victor wants to come and live sandy
commander of the United Nations'forces visible air raid precaution.
t1, Of course, if she can avoid it, and with us. He has no Job no money, opsratlog la the aenthwest for use la smothering possll *|
Iti hope permanently to avoid it, a girl no ambition tie has grown: heavy t "." In-. cendlary bombs.
t +' doesn't tell her prospective husband.tthese and lazy but on the three occasions 1 ,,

things. But that security isn't when he has called he has, as I say, ( I r Make You Shiver?
always as sound as it seems. Hardlya made himself amusing, and outlined \ :. New 'Cincus'
day goes by without bringing mea what ha would like to do with the I: DE 0 DEFENCESE4 i

desperate letter from some young farm to develop it. ::

j? wife.who has supposed her secret. "Oh. Reg wouldn't divorce me or / v4rp'. ,.
long forgotten and burled leave me." the letter concludes, "but .
Many of these women say that his faith in me his pleasure in what /
feeling would be more comfort- he calls my 'lily girlhood would receive BI
{ able M admit to the affair before a terrible shock. He is not Al
marriage and start on an apparently strong; he cannot go: about. other -1 / -' ail vgi
honest basis, they have softenedthe men do. H* has so few pleasures! grr
story by saying that the man His utter pride in Rachael and me
was "someone you never met. He is the greatest of them all." 1
died the following year." I've written "J. a.' .telling her / AMERICA. '

This does smooth things over for that the only way out Is the way of 1 YI

the moment. Few men, especially full confession That means she can ,6 y.w tr,
in anticipation of an. immediate dismiss the odious Victor in no uncertain 7
r marriage to an adored woman will terms and then resume her

waste time on Jealousy of a dead happy way of life with no further aR'TA'WD }y-

man. But matters are much worm I reference to the cloud that has come I
-& when the perverse turn of events I up so suddenly. Victor will have her I
i brings this man into contact with old letters. of course and she the ill x .'/';

the family again and the unsuspecting sting of old memories. And Reg will r x; _
I husband Is perhaps cordial to have to replace his idealistic love
him. So that the wife must either for his wife with something less !
make a clean breast of the whole fragile-less perfect.I I \ (

thing or put up with the insuffer- wonder what her answer would 1 ) CHINA Thl. JU*
With U Ernest j
the Adm.
snerenry below the .
abV situation of be acremark .
having a secret today if she could bear that girl.Of command .
a ca.t newly appointed
>f of the guests: of the house 15 years ago asking. "What's. the DUTCH at the guardsman entrance er Is tile shownstanding Cm- chief .f the United States fleet.r:.

.crush .her hukbadd'i t difference?" yalMca._river Cleveland Ohio. owr bead ef the Atlantic ee'. i j jmlral
Then no In&ecueaa frog lop King succeeds Adm. BaUmnacl. -
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On :Jlu Suits Are Important uuu I ,,',,. /

U ::hninine Side Spring Fashion Item ,". -I


Plaids Favored Also h
1 Current Fashions Stress New -':,' ",

SUCCESSFUL Use of Daring Color Contrast Navy Blue. l'yn.ii C14QI1fC4S- ->,r


Suits will be all-Important I II

PARENTHOOD spring as they are smart,

Dy CHERIE NICHOLASAT al and go so well with utility I :
such as war activities for

demand. With a change of

wI sorlcs they can be given the j

'T MBS. ,CATHERINE CONRAD CPWAKOSEditor. necessary to uphold morale. : ?
can be made to fit into ; o "fit,
' AMocIcate forata* Moaaine/ but a really formal occasion. ;

I Because suits are destined 'i 's.4

IS SPANKING GOOD DISCIPLINE? 1' 't1 era so Important are doing their this proudest season a i, i

a'. a subject we've ..Ided For example suppose a child just BBB dowing them with such

to far In this series because learning to creep happened onto the Ji __ women may appear at their I'' "a
11 full of dynamite-we refer fascinating possibilities of pulling at __ during these times of stress
anking. On a few occasions electric light cords. A sharp "No. s. challenge. ; f

come out dogmatically no," and a slap on the fingers might 4 __ Herd are a few of the LI'
st it and have been bitterlyto serve to discourage this interest points in connection with
task by correspondents (though a far better way would be zs ,
J practically blamed aU theI's to keep cords out of reach)) But mendous suit vogue In
present grief on the "lax suppose the child Is three or four 3 'aa is definitely certain that in ,
: line" of modern parents. when light cords engage his atten Ing materials women are
t, aren't these upholders of the tion. He is now old enough to un to the future and are taking ..1
tmfuslng discipline with meth- derstand when you tell him that he and wcarablllty into
Ve believe in discipline too.t. must either leave the cords aloneor more seriously than ever. { j J. '
| one of the reasons we don't he will have to play In his baby an amazing number of

ve of spanking is that we pen. (Of course you first demonstrate plaid suits being shown in the and Eat, too Orange Sponge Cake )
on the type of discipline this the danger of
pulling lamps est collections. While there is (See Recipes Below)
d achieves. For one thing over, as he's still too young to t
ars off too quickly! Except for grasp the Idea of electric shock } r:k rush for plaids, it Is also .

I whipping (which Is abnormalt and at this age he should be given that stripes are going to be Evening Snack Ideas ,
under consideration here) a some reason for your prohibition.) than ever. There are also ,
lean very soon grow used toting Now do you know of any active soft woolens In deep rich \ u..t. who
( so that it doesn't act as arent toddler who wouldn't much prefera and navy blue is scheduled ( of bridge Orange Sponge Cake

long. spanking to having his freedom prominent role In the a chat?". Coffee Mints

very young children we curtailed? Moreover since the Innovation in the way ot a ques
you that a sharp slap Is some- spanking has no connection with for suits Is gabardine which heard Gingerbread With Whipped
the only thing they can un- the light cords he tosses It oft ss Cream
vored because of its
and when being warned sturdy
away something he has to put with
{danger (playing with the gas from you because he can't up run fait qualities. The new gabardines Hot Spiced Tea Salted Nuts

[for instance) just as a puppybe enough to get away. But being deprived in most attractive colors [ cold
> trained in the early stages of playing about the room The fact that most suits are when Orange Pumpkin Pie
IIh physical means before it to prevent his getting at certain tailored adds to their time real Hot Mulled CiderChocolate.Covered

earned to understand the toner things In It-he won't like it, but A new styling features a I The an. Nuts
voice But after a child la this punishment makes And cake
sense. gathered subtly Into a yoke i -
Dough to know that certain acts with a little figuring he'll decide the the front. One button hot drink
Lemon Cake-Pie
deprive him of coveted pleas- cords aren't worth It.
certainly withholding these And so because its usually waited <, good this season and they Mulled Fruit Juice
urea is a more effective meth. effort, as well as being a lazy j' ( ,J ''' ing In present war times when economy a pleasingly youthful look. finished Mixed Hard Candy '
I than the < is virtue woman is Another intriguing theme is time be
punishment emotional way tor adults to enforce discipline .. a every Recipe Given
If and dance which spanking usu- we think spanking is a much over. urged to practice. For example, of novelty pockets. These not come
rated parental prerogative. there's that dress hanging in your way of Individualizing suits Is best to
: top of cake. Chill in
closet, "perfectly good," yet seem. welcomed by women who like to h-:,avy. refrigerator

.';y/Ji; .".1 ing to have outlived'its usefulness.The different from their neighbors. with Decorate with fresh orange sections .
just before
entails.PMSE GRAHAM I sleeves show wear at the el pockets button In clever ways. tartness, serving.
fly 1\lrM. ..;. StricklandMr. FIRST this matter of using bows. Why not rejuvenate this poor era show their originality cakes I Gleaned from an excellent chef,

I two or three colors together In outcast with a new pair of sleevesin houette and still others flaunt your not- this Lemon Cake-Pie is a good combination -

I and Mrs. Claud Starling: daring contrast was regarded as an a bright, contrasting color? To i tied bows of self cloth.PATRICIA on hand I of a

are the proud parents of a baby adventure that would give a new complete the costume, add a belt i' cream pie and

boy born January 23. slant to fashion. It was a deliberate and perhaps, pockets in the same in the cake. Because of

OME Mr. and Mrs. George McNeal departure from traditional color bright color. You might even go so coffee, the delicate lem r c, ion

of Jacksonville visited relatives : technique that might reasonably be far as to do the contrast sleeves In of the flavor ,it will .' .

here i'ecently.Mr. expected to prove a mere passing a tricolor scheme cerise for the hand. If prove interesting :, : "'

evafuer : i and Mrs Harvey Starling 'I 'ad. However this courage on the top, gold for the center and purple Ideas, to serve tor thosei: : ;

and children Mildred and Leslie I part of designers to start somethingnew for the lower arm portion repeatingthe combi evenings when
visited Mrs. Starling's sister Mrs. has not only added zest to fashIon colors in pockets and neckline Either friends just drop in for a bit. Made

04 Slater Maty'a Kitchen Lela Rafuse, In Starke Sunday but has developed a movementthat details. with these just according to directions It's

night. Is being carried over from one Smartly typical of the new vogue guaranteed to bring plenty of en.

ihor of Sister Mary' Kitchen. Mlsi Marlon Rafuse of Starke season to another with increasing for contrast is the dress shown to 6Y our list. cored!

Kr the holidays we are apt to visited her cousins Misses\ Myrtleand enthusiasm.This the right in the picture above. It with just Lemon Cake-Pie.

lining on table tops and table Mildred' Thomas over the spring the fashion program has a definitely; "peasant" feeling In find that 1 cup sugar
| so lay in a supply of stain. week-end. fairly vibrates whh breathtakingcolor its use of vivid colors and its trimming peel and 1 tablespoon butter "

ping to agents and get things contrasts that defy staid and in a flower of self tabrlc.There' will be 2 tablespoons flour
good condition MA and Mrs. J. W. Kelly, Mrs. 2
fcerlne is one of the most ef- Howard Mott and children and sedate ideas as to which color goes something about the mid i i cake as eggs
stain removers for bever- with which.In dy-blouse fashion done in red white l J /1 : 1 cup milk
Austin and Morris all of 1
Kelly I lemon
and blue that makes irreslstable
tea. an
coffee chocolate and .
phase of fashion from I'4 I 1"
Brooker every
visited Mr. and MraO. .
beer. combination. The pattern for the Blend the sugar and butter add ;.
bathing suits to sweaters and from
remove coffee and chocolate W. Rivers Sunday. two-piece outfit centered in the beaten egg yolks, milk flour and the :
simple daytime dresses to dress- (
apply glycerine to the stain Mr. and Mrs. R. S. WaaJIn and group above, with its easyto-follow juice and rind of the lemon. Fold ;
a small sponge let it stand a Miss Louise Edwards were shop. up afternoon" frocks and pretentious"formals instructions Is especially Interesting yea In the stiffly beaten egg whites and ,
minutes designers are courageously
and then
wash as ping in Jacksonville Saturday. handling color In new if you sew the modern way. If you pour Into an unbaked pie-crust Bake
ways be seamstress In a slow ((325-degree) oven 35 to 40
to own
stains respond best to a Mr. and Mrs F. M. Griffin with an artistry that Is winning tremendous 'aspire your J
Hy different treatment. Stretch visited their daughter, Mrs. I. J.Mlckle applause.To your local sewing center will instruct minutes. The top will be like a

'aIned cloth over a bowl pour In Gainesville Sunday you, at little or no expense peel sponge cake and underneath there's j
Ine on the tea-marked area demonstrate the brilliant and in the making of such expert dressmaker 1Lti # a soft, firm custard.
Mr. and Mis. Richard Roahta / ?
ub in. Let audacious spirit style creators express icti j fy:1
stand for 30 min details as buttonholes. Crisp { Pumpkin pie will never w'..ar out
of orange
land rented
Mississippi an
then In their of color note the
wash as usual use
white rayon fabric Is used for the and Its welcome if you serve It this way.
r stains are removed by soak. apartment at the home of F M. daytime dress shown to the,left in j
middy blouse and cadet blue for the : sifted It has extra test because ot the ad.
equal parts of ammonium Griffin. Mr. Roshta Is stationedat
the group Illustrated above. The I
Bands of vermillion red ditlon of
de. alcohol skirt accent Beat 1 orange juice:
glycerine Camp Blandln 1
dress in this instance Is of narrow
.ned with water to equal the the collar, ,cuffs and pockets .r blended Pumpkin' Pie. t
wale with sleeves and collar -
nt of the first three ingredi- corduroy and can be made in "jig time" with grated ore 3 eggs, slightly beaten j
If the stain Is LAWTEYBy of bright red wool jersey. A stitcher machine attachment.
on upholstery an edge sewing beaten 1 cup sugar I II
'e the patch pocket has a striking heraldic
spot with the prepare- BiH Plummer in Pinch teaspoon salt
nd then rinse In clear water design embroidered in multicolored And don't forget about the newest moderate Vt teaspoon cinnamonV t

stag.It FIRST AID CLASSES yarns. bathing suit*. They have sprightly i u .. In- !
stains that have .I' ) teaspoon nutmeg
dried in LIIii
or By the way this idea of contrastIng little skirts of ruffles each in different 4
[have a sugar base should be First Aid Classes will begin a :: 'r t Re Vt teaspoon gingery
sleeves might serve as an inspiration A bandanna for the G.I 4 s
*d In glycerine for several Monday February 2, in the i layers. teaspoon cloves
Then' pour boiling water school cafeteria. Although ambulance in stretching a limited head repeats the color scheme. :1 cups cooked canned pumpkin
gb the stein just a. if thewere drivers and nurses con "get to meet the exigencies arls- (Ralaaacd by western Newspaper", Union.) 1 cup cream rich milk or undiluted

;fresh. nected with home defense will evaporated milk
Ined marble can be cleaned In enrollment 1
sing have preference cup orange juice \
a mixture of .odium RISINGBy '
crystals glycerine whiting there will be vacancies for the. Mrs. II. n. Lewis Mix sugar spices salt Add slightly
iter. To a solution of one part general public so if you are Interested beaten eggs, pumpkin cream .r

i citrate crystals in six parts and "have what It Mr. and Mrs. Luther Han ell peel milk and orange juice. Pour Into
ter. add an equal amount otrlne. takes," meet with Prof. I. B. were dinner guests Sunday of n I al an unbaked 10-inch pie shell Bakeat

enough. Mix thoroughly. Then Cody at 7:30: P. M., Monday Feb biro Han ell's parents Mr. and r 450 degrees for 10 mlrutes, and
whiting to this mixture
2.IOFFICIALS. then In moderate
ruary a (330-degree)
od the mixture to whiting to Mrs. R. M Crosby.
oven for about SO minutes until
Cook or
i a thick paste that will cover INSTALLED Mr. and Mrs. Loran Conner HEALTHARTIE egg
juice in knife comes out clean when Insertedin
pots with I
a layer about one- Conner vlait-
and Miss Elna were
City officials for tie: new yearwere
i Inch in thickness. Leave the Add filling Serve with whipped: cream
I Installed at the regular Ing Mien Doris Strickland Sun. MfOOVCRN
on until It dries. Then re- Add garnished with grated orange peeL
J with a new layer or moisten meeting of the city council last day.Reed Beat Gingerbread Is a favorite for
ding more of the solution. Re- week. F. R. Carradine was re- and Meed Lewis were the r cup sugar after-dinner bridge type of entertain.
1 ss often as necessary until elected to head the body for week-end guests of Mr. and Mrs. mix
ing. GingerbreadS
i are no .longer noticeable. 1942. Other members are: ..r..f.. Woodrow Thomas of LaCrosse. ... and on S' with boilIng -

C Reddish A. A. Grlffls, H. C. Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Lewis spentI Build Resistance to Colds t I water gives
all rag rugs In bathroom and and M. B. Plummer. Ceo. + f
en have a way of kicking Kelly I I Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Bishop The common cold Is looked upon rU the cake a special
up 8063
K Young was installed as mayor'llth'
LaCrosse. the country's most ail
they are washed. If you dip Thomas of as expensive kind of feathery
in starch and dry them Bat C. R. Whitehead as marshal I Mrs. E. J. Lewis l III spending a men! It coati. its victims both time Juvenile Success texture which Is
clean and L. H. Hill clerk. I and money and while the exact
floor certain
r they acquire an Mrs to charm.
clable few days with her daughter, cause has not as yet been discovered Pattern N*. 806J-Here is a lend
them amount where of body that Mr. and Mrs. C. Y. Mayo of N. C. Mott, of Brooker. medical science has proved destined for great success snacks Most of the time

I. they will wear better they and belong.re- Tampa were visiting Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs Russell Carter that anyone can. to a certain degree the 2 to 0 crowd. Shoulders cider by you like to serve '

less laundering J. II.. Moore last week. I were visiting Mr. and Mra.\ B. A. build up resistance! to the Insidious squared with smartly shaped In I gingerbread with ,
a snug little turn down collar but
germ. By building up resistance Cream you can vary Hi.JANUARY
Scold Miss Berate Terry of Jackson- Shaw Sunday. we do not mean the foolhardy ishes the neckline the and 1 this if you add crushed peppermintsto
weather moisture is was visiting her parents Mr. and Mrs. Ralford Alvarez and son, attempts made by some to marked with a wide shaped In a the cream before serving !
form on the window panes. Mrs. T. J. Terry last week-end. James were visiting: Mr. and Mrs. "harden" themselves through exposure which ties firmly In back the heating
it condenses itt runs dpwn Is full and! trimmed with two Old-Fashloned Gingerbread.
to Arctic weather conditions
M. B. Jones has returnedto Paul Underbill recently. fruit
the window frame and sill Mrc. We have all read about Polar of braid at the top of the V4 cup boiling water
ng varnish and loosening her home after a brief visit Mra. M a g g I e Norman and Bear clubs whose members Make this frock In a peasant Tie in a V cup shortening

A coating of Boor or furni-' with relatives In Tallahassee. granddaughter Joanne .returned break through the Ice for midwinter terned! wool challis or washable I 3-Inch V4 cup brown sugar

wax the will protect the finish and Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Nichols of home Monday after a three weeks swimming. Others believe that tons. 1 whole V4 cup molasses
window frames and sills her walking barefoot In the Pattern No. 8003 Is In sizes can of
Brooker were "ii ting friends vacation spent with daughters I snow goIng 1 beaten egg
ng like new This coating, ef Elvalee and Rosa Mae 'and I hatless and without overcoats in 4, 9 and 8 years. Size 3, with can IVi flour
week-end. ,
make for easier ere last I cups
cleaning zero weather will preserve them Ini requires :> yards <<
Dan Fryer hai returned to his f .son, Eddie. Mrs. Norman was i some mysterious way from Infection material. Collar\ yard 4 Vt teaspoon salt }
home here after a visit with relatives .sight-seeing In St. Petersburg and It Is more apt to bring on bias fold tor skirt remove ft teaspoon baking powder
Ga. also visited the Orange Festivalat pneumonia. recipe V* teaspoon soda
In Motiltrle. I
9. Mr. and Mrs. M. F. Hazen and Winter Haven. She report Building up the body's resistanceto % teaspoon ginger S
b Mrs. Bennett visiting friend having a wonderful time. She disease of any kind Involves no has lots Vt teaspoon allspice
were was also present at a miscellaneous : such fantastic. performance. It doe NaiM............................. S \H teaspoon cinnamon a'
here this week.
shower given In honor of her demand common sense moderate 0 tea Pour water over the shorteningand
666t'Ol" Edna Norman living habit Including care in diet Add.M........................... 5 min add molasses and
granddaughter, sugar egg.
CARD OF TILXNKS with a dally supply of the socalledI
.13' Jones who Is a recent bride of i I II t H cup Add sifted dry Ingredients and best
| without Masts of fresh air ................................... '
"! IinfTS.SAtVI.NOJt. We wish to thank those who Dec. 21. I i'I any of Icy wind water. until smooth. Bake In a waxed-

nbowed kindnesses to us duringthe I Mr. and Mrs. James* Normanhad clothing that Is warm enough for Name ot paper..................... lemon paper lined square'pa9, In a moderate !
recent Illness death and as their guests Sunday ),[ra't i I comfort but not too warm for steam lemon (330-degree: ) oven for 39 min

burial of our beloved father C. Norman's parents, Mr and ',I I heated homes end offices sufficient Patt.mNo......... SH..,.... cinna utes. Cool before turning out from
i I and plenty of rest These are .. ,
Send cnt In eade Hat Serve
semisweet chocolate be
DENTIST The Family. Clara Eapp of Lake Butler. j I I the things that do more than all) each pattern d..d' pieces may
Mr. and Mrs. Norman Wiggins the medicines In the world to heir lemon added with the dry Ingredients If a
Patricia Dow
[OFFICE 129 CALL ST. STENOGRAPHERS: NOT K of Jacksonville spent the day |I the body build up resistance against Patterns chocolate-flecked cake Is desired.
ADKIXS DLIrl.s PADS-1St eaoh BRADFORD Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. James colds or any other sort of infec 2M W. nth St.. New York. N.


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NOT.OR of way 200 feet
iv r.R"I'Q' COURT BRADFORD i.v rmrriT COURT BRADFORD ix riRrriT'' I:* CHANIUY January S6th., 1(43 served from -tat
"I existing or impending shortage 1'Ii CHASCKJtf. MTV.' FLORIDA any .
FLORIDAIV t'IIAN- C"TY" FIdI1111.t1 .....
Coca-Cola Company The effect of, ? (? BRADFORD COUNTY. FLORIDA. which there i Ir '
but to prevent one! > cFRY.Pnrrle: .: Plaintiff vs.Oretchen ,?
Allen .
Kunk-e Pendef Mlller, Plaintiff.(( VS. Charles Watt Road.w tt.l
of shipments M. Lea Plaintiff vs Fox Allen, defendant.WOftnE.V7OF NOTICE
t'' ; Explains RationingV. Interruptions sugar H. Lee. Defendant. ('a..e No. 1781. Robert Floyd Miller PUi1LICATIb'AND Defendant. that pursuant t o Section 9 of % of SWu
from the Philippines and the reduction OKDKR OK PUHL.ICATIONANO OKDIOtl OF < of *"'
TO APPEAR I NOTICE TO APt'lSAK Chapter 126 Laws of Florida, Seo. 33 Twp. 8 II, ,
from Hawaii APPBAHHTATK t
H. Howard, manager of Mippllea OP' FLOKIDA : Fred STATIC OJ' ,FLORDA to; Hubert ANI NOTICE TO Act of 1937 known as the Mur- W 3 A of 21
STATE Or.l."hflR
Starke. Coca-Cola Bottling Co., may be made less serious by (1) n. lee, whon residence tl"M I. un- Floyd Miller, \who.. residence Is OF Allen FLORIDA 71* to Andr.W.Avenue. : phy Act the following described 8.0. 24. Twp.NE% or t
Fox 5
Bradford County. tc,
baa made public the following purchase by the United States known.You required to appear on 'I unknown.You ar.Clqulr..ct to on Henderson, appear:. on will land be In offered for sale at public Lote 3. 4 or W'\I H 211 1
statement Issued by the main office Government of the bulk of the March ara 2nd., 184J In t h. abov.1 Monday March 2nd. 19t.'f.p..r the You are required 42. In to the abovepplaintifftseekaadivorce. outcry for the highest/ and bent i",10"Tr, by 6 \l'011. !
Cuban of 1942; (2)) named Court and cause, above named Court and causewherein ) 2nd 1 cash bid. subject to the right of NIJJI4 of 1IIE'4, Setof
enlarged crop
: plaintiff ...k. dlvorc Bcadfnrd plaintiff neeka divorce and Bradfordl'uuntI' the trustees of the Internal H 12RUNTFEB
Inquiries expanding domestic beet and cane ihall publish no other relief. Bradford CountyTelraraph Improvement Fund to reject any T
had numerous County Telegraph I .
"We have shall publish : t t :
.1'' this Order Telegraph' : ('tI:'
Information production; ((3) the use of aur- thin Order In nest four weekly hall publish.. .... thin Ordef fit next four weekly and aH bids, at the Courthounebevlnnlnir 'I' ; .
requesting 1..0. In nest four weekly l u I at 10:00 o'clock A, M. OF FLORA.I.t
concerning our rationing of syrup. plus corn Instead of sugar to produce Witness my hand and official Witness my hand and official (ill"."''', and official on the 28th., day of Febrll.rYI A. '' By A. .r.
; hand
The facto may be stated imply: alcohol for explosive;: (") I :seal at January Stark. Florid 1941. thin Ztilny day seat of at January Htarke. Florida 142. this *''hl, f'Via\ Witness at Mtarkf.my Florida, this January IX. 1>4I. Easement! < gbt 1. I. Fund Br dfurdAth
I "The Federal. Government, enlarged receipts from South I OFFICIAL XKAL.: ) A. J. Thomas OFFICIAL Nh.Lt, A. J. Thomas.,, FIPltll. SEAL 1941. ) A. J.- Thomas I .-------- .-r-r.'- .....
and other sources, if Aa Cl.rk of said Court. 1.30 U. 2-20 AH l 2-20 ( 0413.1s.
recently issued an Ataerica hniJkHend uSaWAtty. Court. 1-!
OPM. for As Clerk of said
; through (1. A. Ht' .Dh.n., Jacksonville, Fla.Alt .ron, : ., Fla.
relaxed (5) 96
limitations are ; Charles Jflll..rIockeonvIU.
which restricts' any manufacturer quota Pit.
order ) for, Plf.: .. for fit.
u lng sugar (also any Increased use altemal" products ; -
from accepting -, such a* corn 8Ug'ar.maple 1eIRCI'rT rot IIT. BRtnronilKtOHII .
Jobber or COI''TY, )A. I'M' ..HAN- I.V 'CinCI'IT COfRT. BRADeftRDrnt'MTV.
1 deliveries from an sugar honey etc. ,1 '': CsRY. : na'u ''" t'WAN-: IN riRCI'IT rOI'UT.: BRADFORDCOI'MTV.
larger 'Holromt Plaintiff ClflMY ri.ORl.)Al IX CHAN: 'THE STARKE BEAUTY
Marjr Irene vs.Fre SilO
refiner In any one The Coca-Cola Company has .
Importer or .. : month than were received In the substantial stocks of sugar on va. Wallace 8. Nurthcutt. Defen. Oladys Hornmers Eberhart, Plaintiff
a -
1118.ORDER David Bberhart.-
n v Henry
r corresponding month of 1940; or hand-not recently acquired but AND NOTICE OF PUBLICATION TO A PI'E A It dint ORDER OF PfYDLWATIONAND '' fendant.* Case No. 1773. Wishes to Announce That
from accepting delivery of more generally accumulated through an STATE OF FLORIDA te Fred NOTICE TO APPEAR ORDER: OF PUBLICATION
I M. C. A., Went 20thSlr."t STATIC OF FLORIDA to: Wallace !. ANn NOTICE TO APPEAl
than a 30 days' supply based( on I extended term of yean. This Holcomb., New V. York. New York. H. Northcutt, whone residence STATES OP FIXMIDA to: HenryDavid
1940 volume); or from. using from strong Inventory position la highly You are appear on Is unknown. E rr.Jr1.t XOOVhlt forrd Linnie Fogg
.dlnto above You. are required to appear on Avenue., N. I Georgia.You
w stocks on hand In excess of a 60days' fortunate from a broad economic March named Znd Court. 194Z and, cause wherein Monday March 2nd. 142. In the are required to appear on e eIs
supply. These limitations viewpoint since It represents ma- plaintiff seeks divorce. Bradford above named. Court and cause, March 2nd., 1942. In the above
do not apply to supplies needed terial that would not otherwise (County Telegraph hall publlah plaintiff reeks Bradford divorce County and named Court seeks and divorce.cause, Bradford whereinplaintiff
this Order in next four weekly no other relief.
for orders from the War and be now in this country as an ad- Inane Telegraph shall publish this OrderIn County Tflesraph shall publish Now With Us and SendsA
from an nation's of Witness my hand and officialneal next four weefcty. ImiueK.Vltnenn this I Order" in next four weeklyIssues.
Navy Departments or dition to the supply Special Invitation to Her Friends
at Klarke, "Florida thin 28thIn \ my hand and
agency of the United States for iood stuffs, available for the next four weekly Ixiiuea.OFFICIAL Heal at Htarke.' Florida this 29th Witness my hand and official And Former High School Mates
"trfmd-Lcase" disposition or from. eventual use. of ourselves or the ( SKAI.) A. J. Thomas day of January.: 1942. 1-30 4t 220OFFICIAL seal nt Htarx Florida, this Jan
A. J. Thomas 7th. 1948. To Call On Her
An Clerk of call Court. 1.30 4t 2-20 HKAL)
states of the British Empire!: or public. Hlilney' ('. KIHIH, JacksonvilleFla.. John J. Ilendernon EHC|. Atty. fOil: I OFFICIAL HEAL) A. J. Thomas
Ae Clerk of said Court. 1.204t 2is.Charles We also Wish to Call to Your Attention
from eight Anti-Axis powers. "We are deeply Interested In Atty. for PIf.CIRCI'1T. !'It. the
1 Jacksonville Fla.
I "CooperatlnK with this program I the avoidance of any sugar short- IN' fOdllT- BRAnPORO Atty. for Miller Plf. That. so far there is NO SCARCITY of Pe(

and conforming to the goverrmental .. axe, and profoundly convinced I I (0' MTV. FLOHIUAl 1M: ('IIA.Maurice %- ic.PIRtfrr'9:01HT: ; nit %I>KOHI .' Wave Material
{ order. we are supplying that the Government i. correct In ('hit". (.0.1"' PLOHlUAl' l.M CIIAN- 'And While Prices of Some Solutions Have
) fl.' Moore Plaintiff. v.. ('.:n" iv cmcriT. ('O'IIT BM 'UFORUC0T1. Adi
bottlers and jobbers throughout stating that this can be accomplished Heater Orambllna Moore, Defen Roilnu Shelton. Plaintiff' va. Grant KI.OH1UAI 1:> CIIA-.: We Give Our Wave at the Same Prices as R

?I the country the same volume of with the loyal aid of Industrial dant.ORDSR OF PUBLICATION "''h. \ riJf'llnJi.ri: : i A No. :1777.- CKHV.Ceorire I. Oration Plaintiff. va

'y syrup each received In the corres- and civilian users. We AND NOTICE TO APPBAIl AND NOTICE TO APPEAR Kvellne C. Uratton, Defendant. "Live and Let Live" Is Our Motto.
of with STATE OF FLORIDA to: HeelerOramnllnic STATE: OF FLORIDA to: Grant Case No. 1770ORDER .
ponding month 1940 pro- shall continue to give unqualified -
Moore, whose residence Shelton whose residence un '
vision of additional allowance support to every appropriate. In unknown. known. AN1 NOTICE TO APPEAR WE APPRECIATE YOUR PATRONAGE
for goods now being supplied to< governmental effort in that di- You are required to "appear on You are required to appear on STATE OF FLORIDA to: Kvellne
In the above. C. 2X44 Avenue,
Monday March 2nd. 1)42. In the March 1942. Gratton. Logan
the War and Navy Departments rection. We are confident that I above named Court and Cause named t'--i-t: : and cause, wherein Man Diego California.
Y "It Mould be emphasized that any sacrifice this may entail on : wherein plaintiff reeks divorce andno plaintiff 'fteeka, divorce. Bradford You are required to appear on
other relief. Bradford County County shall publish March Ind., 1942. In the above
the government Itself baa forcefully the part of anyone concerned will Telegraph ahall publish this OrderIn this rd'rI.r..a'next four weeklyUnited. named Court and caime. wherein
-and, we believe correctly be cheerfully made In the national next four weekly ImmeH.Wltneim . plaintiff seeks divorce. Bradfordf'ountv THE STARKE BEAUTY SHO]
my hand and official, Witness my hand 'and official Telegraph shall publish
assured the country that llmltatloni interest seal at Htarke.. Florida, this 19th seal ar 8tarke. Florida, this January this Order In next four weekly,
I on the use of sugar have ? v of "January 1 .'. I 28tb. IUS.OFFtCIAl. (..lien.
I because of "Our 1940 volume representedthe (OVFIClJrC 8tfAL: A. J. Thomas ( HEAL) A J. Thom. Witness my hand and official Across From Courthouse
been Imposed not any largest business In our .history An Clerk of said Court. -10 4t 3-to Aa Clerk of said Courts 1.304t 3-20 seal at stark.. Florida, this January -
to 1 that .. John J. endemon.. Kaq. Atty. for O. A. MterheniC' Jackaonvllle, 11'.... 27th.. 1942.OFFlCIAt .
up Ume 'but even PIG : Atty for Pit. ( SEAL) A. J. Thorn 96 PhoneWE'RE
after special provision: baa been --.. A* Clerk of said Court 1-30 4t tttIt
CLASSIFIEDPEANUT made for the requirements of the 11 cmrrrr COI-HT. BRADFORD Bryan King Jacksonville, Fla.
rot MTV, FLORIDA lCHAM.. i.v rinrrrr rot'HT. BRADFORD Atty. for Plf.
War and Navy Departments we C'KHV.William. (J'OIMTV FLOHIU.tl CUA4A
64 SEED-No. 1 runners. I shall currently produce while existing I / Livingston' Plaintiff vs. ('hRY.Annie .
Ella Hrown: Livingston Defendant.OIlnEH J. QolnsjH. PI.lntlff. va. Samuel
11.75: per bu.-C. H. Drtgger limitation are In force, : OK PIJDLI'ATIONAND Morris Ooings, .Defendant. Cane
Co.. Lake Butler. Fla. 1.16 31 somewhat;' lese Coca-Cola than the NOTICE TO APPEAR No. 1776. I
public has previously consumed: AND TO APPEAR 3STATK
Brown Livingston' whose,residence MOTITB
The Veteran Romantic Actor, or would now desire. U unknown. r>FsLOHIDA to: Hamtu: >t
;. EDWIN SOUTHERS ("Dear You are.rqulred' to "apni-nr" its Morris i drama-5tudlo "But this we pledge; the integrity Monday, March; Znd. 1141. In 'the Ynu are rrViutrt to"appear tm :
of the
spoken above named Court and cause March 2nd.. liMJ.,, In the above
)t, 'of Dramatic Art and stage of' our product will be un wherein plaintiff seeks divorce andno named Court ind; cause, wherein
{ craft. No "clasHes." Individual impaired. The American peoplecan .other relief. Bradford County plaintiff seeks divorce. Bradford
1t. Telegraph shall publish thin OrderIn County Telegraph shall publish
continue to Its
tenons only. Enroll any time. trust quality. next four weekly. laMuen.Wltnexn thin Order in next four weekly;
Six lessons (9. No books or V. W. Howard Manager my hand and official luaueff. v
neat. at Rtarke. Florida this 29th Witness my hand and official
plays to buy. Studio: over day of January. 1941.OFFICIAL Heal. at Htarke Florida, this Ja.nOFFICIAl. .
Masonic Hall, Call St. Hours: 8 C.tRIlOV PAPKK-8 1-2 x 11, ( i KAL> A. J. Thomas 2th. ISIS.!!. ., '
8 1-t :x IS: 12 box Aa Clerk of said Court. 1.30 4t 2-20 ( *t1L\L) A. J. Thomas
i, a. m. to 5 p. m. dally. Dramatic per -BRAD John J. HenderMon. KHq. Atty. for A. Clerk of said Court. 1.10411.10 n,
recitals given, for "clubs"or FORD COUNTY TEUEGKAPH. PIt' Chas R. Hess Atty. for Plf. '

any special: function. Charges .. -4. A ... ..... J
within reason. tf '\...N"I'I' rOt.R.... BRADFORD IN STARKEA
POR SALE used Wellington
Dewey OTIorn, Plaintiff vs.
p piano. In good condition. Cheap Albert Jame. O'li..rn. Defendant.
for cash. Mrs.. P. M. Bare. 0,01':1t Oil' PtTHLlCA'I'ION

toot Starke. 1-16 4t 8TATK AND NOTICE UI" FLOIUI TO APPEAIt tor Albert
I' TWO LARGE ROOMS-Doth fitted tlan Antonio, Texas. _

for light housekeeping.' Hot March er.Ind., '"e"ulr.d UtI ln to*aPP h. ar above.ourt. on OWNERS

water. _. Mrs. O. W. Brown named ana cau.e. whereinH1i'k" .
Lawtey. tlKOH (plaintiff',.f\lnly Telegraph' dlvorc."halF. Bradford PnblUh Constant Service Over 5Q years ,

Ihl. Order In next tour weekly
RENT In Starke 1 block lesuen.witness. .
) from postofflce. Income from Ntarke my hand Florida and offlrlnl Please Phone 146 / Starker J f The discontinuance of passenger car production on February 1, and
'oV this 29th
room, all rented, pays rent dnv 8&L:U. "f truck production on March 1, and for an indefinite period, to facilitate

a laundry and utilities. Investment Aa.OPFIOIAI.Clerk of said Court.A.1.30 J. Thomas it 1-80. L" ow ..- ..... the prosecution' war, makes necessary a clear 'statement of our position

; of less than $20O. representing and determination to be of service to the very limit of our capa
actual cost of fur.
e )r niture, linens etc. No small .

children. Investigate this. Call

221 North Walnut street or _._ .. .- In recognition of our full share of responsibility for the maintenance

write P. O. Box 281, Starke, ". ""' ". of maximum efficiency in the operation of commercial vehicles
Fla. "
ltp J *. ,
I 1. necessary passenger car transportation WE

FOR SALK-beautiful female -"" ; AS FOLLOWS:

cocker spaniel puppy two 4 '
months old. W. P. Smith.
I i Itp .- 1. To counsel conscientiously with our patrons as to the
SITUATION WANTED < S care and efficient maintenance of their. cars and

FEMALE-Competent general trucks as a means of maximum mileage at lower cost

r office worker four year of and o'er'the' longest possible period.
practical e x p e rlence desires

R work I m m e diately. Address
{ Competent. Box 963. Starke. 2. To maintain the most' adequate stocks of factory-

I ltp .I' approved parts possible under war-time restrictions

I BEAUTIFUL black and white so that prompt replacement can be made.as the need
I puppies for' sole. House pets. The Opening of arises. '

ri Reasonable.-Mrs. I* F. Chap-

man. State Farm. Ralford. lip To retain In Rood condition our full equipment as as-

FOR RENT-unfurnished 4-room J. FRANCIS DUGUID 'Inc. surance of efficient economical handling of all service
cottage, hot water bath garage requirements.

,N, and sleeping porch. Mrs. ,

;;# J. T. QulRley': at Quigley & 4. To continue the employment of competent mechanics

44 Davis' office. it Plumbing Heating trained In
factory-service methods and thoroughly

FOR KENT!: 4-room furnished familiar with the operation of Dodge and Plymouth

apartment and bath. Will have Electrical products.. .
It y' to be seen to be appreciated.J. Appliances ..*,- .

I H. Shepard Bin Santa Fe

I Lake. Inquire at Melroxepost. -
y :I office. jWANTKH Located In -t-1) !: >'" In a sense today the responsible owner of any automotive vehicle,

I 1 '< rAmTv.-e single passenger car to a fleet of trucks represents "Arne!!-

I Club.For ladies High! to CUM act Private as- FORD MOTOR i i Line of Defense., Our Army, Navy and Air'Corps are train

CO. BUILDING ing man for first thehURe
hostesses clerk waitresses and power line duties. Our industries, especially

short order cook from 6 P. M. automobile plants, busy with production of war materials of

till 11 p. M. evening. Wages Starke Florida every VV nature, constitute ,the second line.
,t 59 to U:5:
1 1 per week. Apply to tThirdline
& Mr. Phillip at the Veteran's V
) defense duty means that car and truck who i!is
Locker .ub next to -0. I ill I- in I -| ||| JOUR ;- owners,
Gate A main highway on Camp normal tneTren would exchange their vehicles for the latest models, will

1 1 Blanding road. Opening: Saturday BUSINESS! WAS BUILT ON QUALITY feel it obligation to maintain! their present means of, transportationin

Can See Mr. Phillip at WORKMANSHIP continuous mechanical efficiency.
Koch's Drug Store 10 o'clock: SERVICE
/ '

IS morning ltp CALL M. F. (MARK- ) BOSTICK Mgr. 1' *,' .. i Jli8 reassuring that the Supply Priorities and'Allocations Board in i

; STRAYKD-20 head of yearlings statement makes clear that "while the civilian must be
hI I marked under-bit In one ear PHONE 118 : : stripped of non-essentials, it must be kept in good running order
4t'f upper slope under-nlck. othesar. : ,;.
Branded AT. Reward for '''f' +- I ...
Information. A. J. .Thomas. .0 To the full extent of our ability and resources, we repeat this pledge

Urke.. ltp With Our Twenty'' Years In Business to the Dodge and Plymouth car owners, and to the .operators of DodteJobItited

: Trucks)in this commun ty.

LOST metal-key tag 'ring.with 7 name or. i and keys"social We Can Solve Your Problem ': .

rpcurltv number J. O.

Robenon. R e war d. Chart's ... 0 '. .

i; 3-ROOM Moore, Fla.HOtfSE Power! for&rent Light cheap ltp WE PROTECT YOUR HEALTH .,' !! J. P. Roberts Motors

Furnished or unfurnlahed. 2 1-2 WITH, BETTER. ,, PLUMBING ;- .;'
miles from Starke 200 )'ds. to ,

right of Highway 48.- B. FINANCED THROUGH F. H. .A. ;h- DODGE '

r Jordan, Route 2. Box 304. PLYMOUTH
; Starke. 4----- .e- ."- -0, ,

P t! L6sr near 421 \\"est Maduoa St., We Don't Leave a Job Until It Is Completed S "Complete Service" .

men' gold pocket watch. Initials 600 TEMPLE AVENUE
C. E. N. Finder return to Telephone 69

Telegraph. office for reward. It