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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: November 6, 1942
Publication Date: 1888-
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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Official County Publication Established In 1877
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:; t.IYTY FIYFI STARKB. FLORIDA FRIDAY' NOVEMBER 8, 1948ite NUMIIKK TWO


Homes I Malaria Control Crew Asks Cooperation I Tax Figures Rotary Members Nutrition Course BradfordVoters

In
Keeping Drainage Ditches Ooen Enjoy Meeting Given By Red Cross

Doubtless some of our readers swamps in the area and there Is AnnouncedAs At State PrisonOne To Start Nov. 10
Display have been wondering about the not much time for maintenanceof I Approve

crew of men seen industriously ditches after they have been of the most outstanding Red Cross cooperating with A.

draining pond and swamps In dug. Sometimes a cow will crossa meetings> since the organization J. Thomas, Comraander-ln-chlef of
I Rent and around Starke, or spraying ditch, spilling the dirt, and Boob Close of the Rotary Club In Starke Civilian Defense, will begin classes 2 AmendmentsOn

stagnant} water In these areas. children are apt to throw tin took place Wednesday when the In Nutrition, Nov.10. The purpose

These men are performing a cans Into them build membership enjoyed a luncheon of this course is to providean
or even
that have moreL T a x Assessor E. W.
homes Hayes the basis of I
e Incomplete and
at
program t b eState
very important service, for damn Prison organization trained and equip
tenants must they clogging the ditches. Rubbish completed his books, last week,
> paying are members of the Malaria Con- Is also Into Farm as guests of the "TownHall" ped to meet the problems ofemergency unofficial returns Bradford Coun-
frequently dumped
each room statingImum which show a total of
tlce in acreage tlana-the few who
an organization that fills bothered to
trol Crew. ditches by people who do not feeding In time of dis
according to unplotted lands In Bradford '
rent,
to the
the same need In the go polls-approved amendments
This prison that It Is also
Is aster. designed to
program carried out realize the Important that help
week from Wm. L. part County of 181,963 The '
Is acres |'a civic club does in the relating to the gas tax distribution -
under the average the housewife in her
of everyday
',-ea rent supervisor. sponsorship the U. proper drainage plays In the con- value of lands wholly exempt from town. and the election of circuit
S. Public Health Service, trol of malaria. problems! of family feeding caused
stated that a partial snot coop- taxation Is 88.070, and the valueof judges and turned thumbs
| the hotel and rooming erating closely with the Bradford The Control Crew asks the cooperation that held by the Internal Improvement After a bountiful steak dinner, by food shortage and rationing. down on all the rest.
revealed that County Health Unit, and la under of the public In keeping Board which prepared by "Julio", chief at the Nutrition gives practical trainingIn
upon no
,
tbta area
n number are complying the direction of Harmon S. Bayer, children out of the ditches and tnxas are levied i.. $12,650: ac- prison guards dining hall, a well- the conservation of food values Only 10 percent of the 4.68O

for posting area engineer, assisted by Paul the assistance of landowners in cording to the Assessor's books. rounded program of entertain-I and in the selection and preparation who wets qualified went to the

Imum requirement rent In each room. J Hunt, engineering aide. maintaining ditches across their The assessed value of delin ment was presented of foods which will meet the polls In this county, and the vote
The, crew is of Malans, chairman of Town Hall. nutritional needs) of the Individualand was us follows;
regretted, however, that composed the property It Is also asked that quent taxes la $3,640, and the
jardlng houses or private following Bradford County men: all rubbish be carried to the city value of delinquent nonexempttaxes The musical part of the program the family. Learn to keep No. 1 (Gas Tax-For 381,

illh more than two pay- Walter T. Nazworih, foreman; dump. This will markedly im- la $17,880.ASHesBed featured The Ralford Jubilee your family well and strong with against 43.

Inls, have failed to post Tip A. Hunt, assistant foreman,; prove the health of Starke. value of current lands, Singers, four colored inmates, substitute foods, and remember No. 2 (Speeding the process of

Jcs In rooms," Mr Duke James C. Baxley, Louis Crews, The Control Crew is not only homestead, taxable, In $1,116,470, who sung negro spirituals as only that our Army today travels on amending the state constitution
Joseph M. Griffin, Earl Prevatt Industrious-It Is also patriotic.One and taxes thereon are $2.672.79.Assessed members of that race can do. A YOUR stomach. For 150, against 161.

should be posted Jeff Prevatt, James E. Shad, hundred percent of the men value 0 f non-exempt number of popular airs were sung The Nutrition Course totals 20 No. 3 (Creation of a Game and

tamed rates at all times and Noah Taylor and Harry Wllker- are having at leant ten percent of property Is $1,707,380, and taxes by the Chapel Quartette composed hours-four hours a week for five Fresh Water Fish Commission

will be made son. of their wages deducted for War thereon, $27.906.20. Value of of Curl Bigelow, James Conk- consecutive weeks Those who enroll For 132, against 197,
Inspections The job of the crew Is to drain : Bonds. personal property lln, George Phlllipw and Bernard will have choice of afternoon
nine if operators are is $836,830 and No. 4 (Providing for electionof
Watkins and evening classes All sessions
\\g, with the law," the taxes thereon $13,51,97x,; _,Aeseesed circuit judges)-For 298,
I I wilt be held In the Recreation
said. value of r a ,11 roads, In the In a brief talk, Benson Row I against 83.
I' Pecan Sales Defense Corps County Is $808.711. and taxes land brought out some little- Room of the Methodist Church.
[live, October 19, Supple- I thereon $13,656.74. known and very Interesting Information I Afternoon classes 4 P. M. to 6 P. No. S (Creation 0 f a Salt
endment No. 4A was M.\ Night clauses 8 P. M. to 10 Water Fish Commission) For
a i the hotel and rooming : Total taxes assessed! la $ IS- ''School concerning the Prison I P. M. Every Tuesday and Thursday 119, against 195.
13c"The : To Hire ,,. comparatively recent Innovation -
|gulatlons as follows: Average SecretaryThe 171.91, which .Is divided as follow that Is seeking to make afternoon and nights for -five No. 6 (Creation of two new

landlord 0 f a room *: General Revenue Fund, $71S33.81. ,- the .ambitious prisoner's term weeks. November 10, 12, 17, 19, senatorial districts)-For 76,

r offered for rent shall first 'pecan sale of the Bradford County Civilian 3348.34; Fine Widow's and Forfeiture Fund I something more than just a periodof 24, 26, December 1, 3, 8, and 10. against 174.

and make available for season at the Starke Farmers' Defense Corps, A. J. Thomas $837.10 ; .Tension Fund "serving time". All Instructors All ladles of the town and of No 7 (striding 1 Dade
Agricultural
lion by the AdmlnlstraJils Market last Friday was very sat Commander, after spending several 10 Road; and Fund $837.- in the school are Inmates with the county are urged to enroll In County)-For 91, against 159.No. .

existing records show- isfactory", L. T. Dyer, County months in ground work, will $10,145.07; General Brldgtt"Malntenancti School special knowledge In one or more these classes at once. For the 8 (Providing' for garnishment
elating to ((1)) the rent Agent, stated yesterday. "Several go into full action with the em- ; Maintenance fields, and Its credits are recog. convenience of those who cannot of salaries over $25))-For

term and number of oc- buyers were present and the bid- ployment of an Executive Secre- School Interest$11,719.25 and ; General nlzed for college entrance. At the leave their children In the after- 95. against 205.

|for which such room was ding was brisk". tary starting Monday morning. $5,022.54. Total amount Sinking'to Fund sub- time of the last survey, the Ral- noon there will be trained Junior No. 9 (To exempt from taxation -

regularly offered for On thin first sale, Mr. Dyer A delegation from the Bradford school districts $10,062.59 total ford school ranked third In the Red Cross girls on hand to take property used one-fourth for

[ing the thirty-day period said, 2,320 pounds were sold fora County Defense Council-Mrs. Ed- taxes assessed for school ;bonded United States and the men are care of the children In the play- : religious, fraternal, etc. purposes I

ng the maximum rent total of $303.89, or an averageof ward Burns and C. H. Nasworthymet districts $5,766.11 striving to make it head the list room of the building. For those -For 79, against 263.
room and (2)) the rent 13 cents per pound. Nuts sold with the Board of County when the next figures are released who live outside of town, and due On the basis of state-wide returns

ate determining a maxl- for as high as 25c per pound, Commissioners! Monday morningand Mr. Hayes urges that everyonepay Rowland stated. to gasoline shortage are unable to Is Is announced that Amend

nt t for such room for air with Mahan topping the sale. asked for an appropriation taxes early ;for a two-fold Chairman Milan, in a thought. attend, the Motor Corps, under ments Nos. I, 2, 3, 4, 5 and 7 I

| term and number of Schleys sold for 20 cents, Stuart for the payment of the salary for reason-so that these various ob- provoking talk, told a few of the the direction of Mrs. Glen Duke, were ratified, while Nos. 6, 8 and '

i under Section 4 (c). and Curtis for 15 1-2 cents Suc- such an executive officer. After jects may have their money when things that those "outside" mightdo will attempt to furnish transpor ,, 9 were defeated. I/

Od after October 19, 1942, cess for 14 cents and other varie- considerable discussion, the Board needed, and that the taxpayermay for the benefit of those "in.side" tation. For enrollment and infor- Only one-sixth of those who

ndlord of an establish ties for 12 to 13 1-2 cents per agreed to appropriate $50: per save! money. He will receive Heading/ the list was a atlon concerning Nutrition I were qualified to vote In the /
discount of
bntainlng more than 20 pound. month for this purpose, and also a 4 percent if request for assistance to destitute classes call Mlsu Frances Peek, state went to the polls. I
taxes are paid in November; 3 phone 48 or Miss Abbie Harley,
nted or offered for rent to resume the appropriation of an
"The pecan crop la. not moving if In December 2 families who find themselves suddenly
p, preserve, and make to market this fast amount not to exceed $25 per percent paid ; without means of Phone 186.Hampton.
quite as support
year
In and 1 '
for examination the month for the of the percent January percentIn Make A Guess
by as usual", Mr. Dyer said "as the expenses February. when the breadwinner Is sentenced I
rator, records showing County Defense Council, as ,soon To Lose
nuts are two or three weeks laterIn i ff to prison. Also of great Importance -
P received for'each 'room, maturing and the lack of harvesting as It,, begins to function as a full- Is the"promise of em- Junior High
Icular term and number labor is causing much time organization.A Army Shows ployment" without which It Is At Starke's Size

ants for which such rents concern. Several of the larger like amount-$50: per month- Instructive Film Impossible to receive a parole, ThejCounty) Board of Public Instruction

rged, and the name and growers have sold their nuts on has. been tentatively promised bya and assistance in overcoming the In session Monday, unanImously -
tnt address of each oc- the trees for a fraction of the majority of the City Council, On Plane SpottingAt of agreed that, due to the Starkeltes are frequently up-a-
prejudice society against the stump when some newcomer asks
other landlord shall market price. subject to the approval of the low average dally attendance at
the Courthouse last Monday Innocent families of men who them, "What's the population?"
eserve, and make avail- "The State Agricultural Mar- other members. With this streakof the Hampton Junior High School
j examination by the Ad- keting Board In cooperation with good fortune, R. A. Weeks, a night Lieutenant a good Guerrieri crowd greeted have violated the law. Malans and due to the attendance not be, Unfortunately the 1940 census,

[tor, records of the same the Agricultural Extension Service man with many years experienceIn Nast and Steel, Sergeant from closed his address by touching on ing up to State standards for a showing' less than 1,400 persona
Corporal the .
the within the limits
has living city was
customarily kept has arranged to handle the pe- executive work, has been selected office of the Aircraft Warning the great need for a prison chapel junior high school, next year the taken before
I the
just Ulandlngboom.
to the rents received for cans through the Farmers' Mar- to head the organization, 9th grade shall be transferred to
Service, Ground Observers Corps, and describing the plans that are Since that time, one man's
kets and wants to see the farmers giving three days of his time the Bradford High School and
of Jacksonville with
the
as they, well 'J'Uela as good another's.
now under for this as
each week. Mrs. Weeks will also way pro-
get the top prices",Continued that the Hampton Junior High
assistance of Mr. Roberts of the
some sold 6,000, some 3000.
Mr. Dyer. "If the growers will give her time voluntarily to the School shall become an elemen-
Civilian Defense Corps, presented ject.In
Now S. Johns
Promoted comes Berry city
harvest' their nuts and bring work, and they will be assisted pictures and explained the workof the absence of L. F. Chapman tary school with grades 18. utility superintendent, with a clue
them tothe market, I believe by a corps of young women who prison the
superintendent,
the aircraft warning service. It wan voted that, If the State that might be of some assistance
will receive satisfactory are being specially trained. Rotarians were welcomed by J.
they Those present represented observers Superintendent approves such ac- I to the census-minded man-ln-the-
lajorC. prices. The pecan sales will be The office of the Defense Coun- on the local observationpost G. Godwin, assistant superintendent. tion, $5.00O worth 0 f Lawtey street. I n April 1940, before

held at the Starke Farmers' Market cil In the southwest corner of the and other Interested persons. Chaplain L. A. Shepherd Special Tax School District No. Camp Blandlng was started, there

Wall, son of Mr. and every Friday" Starke Armory on the first floor Speaking of the\75 observers at and L. R. Bristol, parole director, 6 bonds, which ate due In 1944, were 366 electric services and 334.

L. Wall of Starke and will be re-opened Monday and the local post'' and. the l.OOO.OOO members of the Rotary Club and be taken up now, as funds are water connection. In the city of

t the H. C. Wall Insurgency Radio Funsters will be occupied by the Defense others In the 10.000 posts along also Important figures In the available. Starke. By October 1, 1942 elec-

has been promotedrank Corps, which is simply the work- the .Atlantic Seaboard, (to say prison administration, were Introduced After further Investigation, the tric service had Increased to 727.
of captain to that In 'Park Film Ing part of the volunteer service, nothing' of those on the Pacific for short talks. Board found that the G. W. Mose- while water connections totaled

., effective Oct. 22. "Here We Go Again", starring whereas the Defense Council was coast), Sergeant Nast said: "Each ley home was only 6-10 of amlle 576.

present time Major Wall Edgar Bergen and Charlie Mc- the administrative end. 'post releases 10 men for combat USD's To Present from the R. L. demons bus While electric services are up

|>g as Chief of the Induc- Carthy and Fibber McGee and Mr. Weeks, the executive officer ; service In the armed forces of the Broadway Show route; hence they rescinded their 100 percent over the 1940 total

f talon of the State SelecIce Molly, top-ranking hi t s of the was for many years deputy I Country". He also made the statement action of Oct. 6, at which time It Is possible that population has

System with head- radio world, will be shown at Clerk,of the Circuit Court duringthe I that "one plane on the Sunday NightA they hail agreed that R. L. demons Increased even more In proportion,

In St. Augustine.Wall the Park Theatre Sunday, Monday :50 years that his father Col. ground in connection with the air I bus should go directly to for two years ago each connection

has long been In- and Tuesday. These same W, T. Weeks, was Clerk. He Is 'craft warning service is worth 16 New York stage productionof the Moseley home. served only the average family of

in military affairs and four entertainers combined their at present engaged in the tur- in the air on patrol duty", songs, dances and drama entitled The Board awarded the bus four or five, while today some

as lieutenant with the talents for the first time In "LookWho'll pentine business. To those civilians who mini- "Doodle Dandy of theUSA" : route at Brooker, formerly known houses shelter as many as 18 or
latlonal hit mize the value of such service will be presented for 'service -I N. S. 20 .
Guard Company Laughing", a popular or as the Bill Parrlsh route, to persons.Our
y years. of last year. ProblemAt argue that these posts should be men and their wives In usa Parrlsh at $:SO per month It also guess at the population of
"Here We Go Again" brings Traffic manned by soldiers, it was made Club No. 1 (YMCA) Sunday agreed to pay $15 per month on Starke Is 4,000. What's yours?

ys Cafeteria back in their same radio charac- School clear that the 10,000 posts along night, Nov. 8, at 8 o'clock. This"streamlined" the policing of the street In frontof

ters and provides scene of the the eastern coast of the United patriotic playrevue the Bradford High School, be- Farmers To Meet
jes Hours famous mythical town of Wistful Gets AttentionThe States, manned by civilian volun Is being sponsored jointly by ginning with the first month of

Vista and Molly presents her Council Board of teer observers, release 100,000 soldiers all usa Clubs In Starke and be- school. At BrookerCounty
CIty)
ye Cafeteria wishes to ex- famous characterization of "Sis", for combat duty in the field cause of limited seating facilitiesthe
and Boardof
i thanks to the citizens of County Commissioners performance Is open only to Agent L. T. Dyer bas
the little girl who Is heard on and hundreds of planes for the
and the personnel of theor Public Instruction are cooper- service men and their associated 3 Firms Using sent out notices to the farmers
their In the their radio program. ating in furnishing a police of- fighting areas. civilians. of the County Inviting them to
patronage Also Included in the cast are School To show something of the dignity Payroll SavingsTo
ficer at the Bradford High
Although It haa made attend a meeting; at the Brookerschool'house
Mortimer Snerd, one of Bergen's | to handle the traffic situation and importance of the work,, "Doodle Dandy is a musical play Buy Bonds at
angel In Its hours of tonight (Friday)
serv- based on the Four Freedoms and
and
popular creations GlnnySlmma untU 4 P. M.-or Sergeant Nast said that the armbands
from 8 A. M.
s. It will\ 8 o'clock to discuss the present
continue 1U
.t giving Its lovely singer. until the boys and girls have all which were worn by observers It has toured army camps and Three local concernsTheStarke agricultural{ 'situation and their
customers hot Featured on the tame programwill home. were the only ones that: usa theatres of the nation with Coca Cola Co., the Florida .
hrough the gone part In the war program.W.
dinner hour be short feature "Private words "'United StatesArmy" acclaim from leading critics. The Co. (Starke District
a had the Power & Light Ser
of the police T Nettles Extension
trying; to meet the deJnade the first Ben Holtzendorf. cast of ten singers, dancers, and ,
Smith of the U. S. A. on them. Others might ) and Ann and Harry's Restaurant -
I of the District wll be
will take care vice Agent, present
It department
upon by the of u b jects: to be Defense actors bavw enviable records of the
: in a series I have the words, "Civilian are observing "Payroll
cy of the situation until Sam Mott, bus and, In addition to the address -
hour. I known as "1' h I Is Is America". He Corp ", or some other Insignia experience In Broadway and Hollywood Savings Plan" with reference to discussion willpresent
ye will continue driver, arrives on the scene. : and open ,
to serve tells a story productions. Saul Lon bonds and
Smith" "Observers" of War
that
"Private but were the
i purchase
ea, for this an Interesting motion picture -
fresh will be deputized purpose
vegetables and never fully told before-onethat until At really part of the air arm of the court Is author for the play, with stampa. Thirty percent of the film.A .
western and will on noon.
meat, and wlU about to go Into carry music by Elle Slegmaster. Ted
BO
employes
man Coca Cola Company
:II in banquets every young noon, the County will lend Melvin Army. similar meeting was to be
buffet sup- to see, and Shawn directed the dances.Leading of the
want
uniform will have SIS 4 1-2 percent
ncheons and McKinney, County Road Volunteers are still needed. $ or held Thursday night In the COUrt-
card parties. that mother, father, roles will be played by salaries of the Company,
a cement one every patrolman, to the school until Please see H. A. Carlton. Chief gross house In Starke.
Vltatlon to extends a cor- sweetheart and friend should see. school is dismissed.Unwelcome Observer, in the Bradford County Jacques Radunskl, of the Cbau- taken out each payday for that

ailing the all organlza- It tells the complete story of Telegraph, phone 29, or Mrs.Grant tauqua Opera Co., Mary Bell, of purpose. Get CertificatesA
who are attention of the Private Smith In his switch from Evans at B. H. S., phone 12S, If the Theatre Guild and Blake Rit- The local branch of the Florida

time to national devoting their overall blue to army khaki. Cows you are willing to give as much a. ter, of the Philadelphia Opera Power Light Co., has 100 percent Florida teaching certificate

*y can drop in defense time Are City ProblemNat two hours per,week to this work. Opera Co Sam Steen and Barbara of Its 5 employee place $55, based on four years of college
*ke arrangement any Corn Cob "Hand"While Gaye, of the Radio City or 12 percent of the gross salariesof training bas been awarded to

their friends and to have en- feeding his pigs recently, Williams 'and the City Recent Births Music Hall Ballet, will carry the the group, alloted each pay Mary Small Kleuppelberg' and

rues farmer discovered Council are doing the beet they dance roles. day to the cause. Betty Jane Nollman of Starke
,
J. S. Austin, Lawtey unusual ear of can to keep the cows out of Mr. and M? .-Roy Ellis, Waldo, "Doodle Dandy of the USA" Is Ann A Harry's has 9 employee, and Miriam Donny Guy of Hampton.

3 Friends a very in the shape of aman's town, but its a pretty tough Job Oct. 23, boy; being' brought to Starke for the 100 percent of whom have gladly A certificate based on two
It was
corn. and when the grain without the complete cooperationof Mr. and Mrs. Zary Crawford, entertainment of s e vice men adopted the plan, and each week years of college work was Issued
hand
. MCKinney whose home shelled off, the cob was die everyone concerned. I' Starke, Oct. 23: boy; through the joint financial sup- have about $60, or 20 percent of to Lois Ditty of Hampton.

]1household belongings was covered to contain a perfectly "If people, even those living Mr. and Mrs. Le Roy R. Green, port of the local usa agencies the entire gross salaries of the

up Monday night Oct. 26, proportioned thumb and fourfinger. outside the city limits, would Highland, Oct. 26, girl. headed by Julius L. Thorn, of firm. Invested In war stamps and New Police Officer

to thank his many friends .. Mrs. Austin brought the keep their back fences repaired 'Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Paul Mc- the USO-YMCA Marvin Schulman -, bonds.

L ve helped' him out In his curiosity to the Telegraph and all so that cows cannot enter the Larty, Starke, Nov. 3, girl- of the U8O-JWB. Marina So far as Is known Bradford Volley F. Manning, former em-

need. At present h. Is farmers who have viewed It to city through their property, It Theressa Ann; RIsley, of the USO-NCCS and County has only these three firms ploye of the State Prison Farm.

WIth Mr. and Mr* :J. L. far they have never seen, would be a great help Mr. Williams Mr. and Mrs. Ancll Isaac Mann, Misses Charlie May Carter and observing' this plan. Dade County was recently made a member of
anything say like it before. stated. Brooker, Nov. 5, boy. Sara Reed, of the USO-YWCA. leads the State with 1,022. the city police force.






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BRADFORD COUNTY TKLKORAm. ST"D''''. FLORIDA FItID.Il'
PAGE TWO 10fLY te.,
2nd., day of !September' A. I>. 194111'' ,
at Alexandria Egypt,, has flied name In my office and Rang,, ,;
the Stars and Stripes arr i *

The Bradford County Telegraph seventy-seven years after O'Bannon and his lai! O deed cnrtlfloate has made to be embraces application issued thereon the for following a Raid tax andht'C Rant I,I. I "y, ek*]

KHtt>IMMd. 1877NAnQKALEDrrORIALASSOOATJCW Marines had hoisted them first at Tripoli. described property In the Countyof 'Ivlnf ar"ql
State of .
Bradford Florida, toNEM t-our ,. a
American found them wit: Which I a I: t
AAf MEMBERflARJDAPRESSSASSOWTON The Spanish war I< of 8WW I< nf NW% Sec. 28 bum'rl A,
brilliant Twp. i H It. JoJ., containing 10acrfM uld yr
active land and sea. They gave
on po
more or lens. iFl'.r
services at Guantanamo and were found in ,Author of "How to Win Friends I The under aHHennment the. said of the.certificate said, property I".I '1'. Kn. nepke
"
19.... the thick of it at Manila and Santiago. I and Influence People. sued, .was .In the name of Mrs, S. Ally

t C.: L. Mstfthevws" _______ Editor snrl Owner F Morgan.Unlenx said certificate shall he l.v CIItt'1Ir 11.\\
Since the turn of the century, not a year ,('
redeemed according: to law, the 11II1.F ,
HllBftCKII-llUN KATK has passed without seeing Marines on expeditionary property described therein will be Charge. 1'OkIUllgtj,
sold to the blithest bidder at the Ilc., '
r Yearly. 'hat Fin Month .1.OO service in every part of the courthouse door on the first Mon. \I.. ell ,ISteAnelC!.
Case :
day In the month of December NI. .::0\ melt h

f Published Weekly en KH J. ADd at.tered aa See-' world, Mexico i Cuba, Nicaragua, China, DON'T TALK ABOUT IT DO IT! 19-12. which, 1843.Is the Tth., day of December. OIlI'I'n A ., 'I'T/..F.(.,' .,.J.lrA"

Haiti all know and respect Fifth. hated thin Z2nd, day of October RTATI' ,
ave ,
Dominican Republic down
Starke FIa. took walk
Neff a
at '
Office V.
.
004 Class Mutter. at the 1-.t July 16, 1938, Grace 1942OFPICIAT., npnnoll. xhu.UgejlA 10
f the United States Marines. nue that caused a change in her life. No, she did not find < SEAL)ourt.of. Thomas known You .A.d..an.
Clerk of Circuit I BradfordCounty. II"
' The Marines First to fight in World War I, they took the Kohinoor diamond; no man rushed up and Proposed.unusual << Florida. 10-23 4t ll-U nanmclthis Decemb rih! qUI I 10
To 1ft
Tribute No she did one of the most I 'aunt 1 andZ. '14
that.
i in the face of French retreat, where, Nothing like, of PholntH, ,'ekA| :..'."
over, she suddenly saw a shortcoming IV: fOI'HT OP rOlr'\lTY JI'IXiK.nit.tl "o"nty dl ..
world | e
)
Russell Kay In the : r"I.lraph t
things
Editorial by >KOHI> CoVN'ry T\I'K
(Guest UV Or". 'ton1
the French command to retire it. ,
j 1 refusing to obey her own and decided to do something about KI.OItlOA. Issues, neat l I..
hundred and aixly-neven years ago, shouted "Re- friend she told him of a In re ICHtate of Wlln"
One Captain Lloyd Williams As she took this walk with a SARAH FRANCIS IIAMRICK. ,seal al RUlrks hRnd

4 November 10 1775 the first Corps. of treat, Hell-we just got herc"-and there wonderful idea she had! To make costume jewelry from deceaned.Notice Is hereby given to all 'ohpr(OFFI'LI 22.111 :o'Z yl.".'.!'".'I

United States Marines was established by they stayed. vegetable seeds. Her talk was most enthusiastic.The whom It may concern, that on the As Clerk vggl': )
time then said: "Look 16th day of November A. D. 10-21 alr''oury
Congress. friend listened for some (It t
Continental
resolution of the of two batta- But no achievement in all American here, Grace. You are one of those people who talk their I K.I shall IVrrymnn apply, Judge to the of said C 1942'j n Olf I
The first unit, consisting out. You get a feelingof RM Judge of Probate, for my I': i ( I I'1 III' ;" .
defenseof them
the :
of Major Samuel history stands out as glorious ideas out instead of carrying discharge an Executrix of the Last ( :;Irn. 1.1111111'', 1Ji'
lions under the command Wake Island by the gallant little band of accomplishment from talking instead of doing. I've Will. and Testament of Sarnb Fran l J. 1,1 111 Nullie
of. ('I. tlamrlck, deceased. My final '
Nichols, saw action with the expedition Leathernecks who fought a hopeless fight heard you describe good ideas before, but you never carried report and application for final tlln- N Annie. 21"Ji| It"'o' 'otttbdtOIt
against New Don't let enthusiasm go up in a charge are now nn file in the office
Commodore Esek Hopkins them through. your of said J u.lge.Vat"l IFlt "' ,'(
odds and when asked I 'RLlrAT'
against staggering I AS
another. word about that idea. October 13th A. J>. I'1"1"; :
in the Bahamas where, over- cloud of talk. Don't say 1942. 131'\,.'. VIAlm APpcE.
Providence what they needed most sent back the flip- Nolle H Nollnmn. M I I I
tremendous odds, they captured I Get busy and put it over! A* Executrix of the },a..tVIU and ton, (n j,II"'Kt,1, 'bkla",, '
coming pant reply: "Send us MORE JAPS." I Grace was resentful, but when she thought it over she Testament of /Sarah: Francis Ham1 I You I '
of
:t enemy forts and acquired a quantity Their glorious exploits in the Solomonsis I realized the truth of what had been said. Her tempera- rick, deceased- 10.17 4t 11-8 I named neceml, r'.'nmred 9t;I.1ft :1W t-

military stores, including: a large amount ofI' ment spurred her on to talk instead of work. iv rniri'iToi'I T.. nll"'UrOIIl) Plaintiff rdlronee'
unfinished chapter in the history of (.0i' \ 'I'%. FLOIllUtl IN III AN- County
colonial an cornfield pumpkinand Telegraph
the everyday, ohall
sorely needed by She bought an ordinary, VERY.W Order It hI
powder, I
s,\ this gallant corps, but it is being writtento cut it open. The seeds had a lovely shape and a nice A. Gay, Plaintiff vs. CarmenRio \\I'lIn", xr'.our hand wetkl'")

i forces.As another birthday of live forever in the hearts of their coun- border. She dried the seeds, lacquered them red and Gay, Defendant Case No. eat her I 22ml,4 at stuS\,;, ,, """ 411 11i I
we approach necklace! She had done 2193. (OFFICIAL
Lo a spii:
them on a string. "
'
strung 1i
organization, it is fitting trymen.All. For that where ORDKIl OF PUBLICATION I t.lt4'; | k ,' ?
t\\ this crack fighting the hardest part now-made a start. is AND>> NOTICE TO APPEAR i fOld Url

t and proper that we review some of the out- honor to the Leathernecks on this most people fail. They don't even get started. Rio BTATM OK FLORIDA to: Carmen 1(1'rl'F: 10 "tlW
Gay. whose residence Is 11 .
standing accomplishments of the outfit that their 167th Birthday. She haunted grocery stores and markets. She bought Groves Mt, Kaat Patterson, Bergen Illt "ll U11111101' '?' ( A

; has contributed so much to our nation'sglorious every vegetable that had a seed. She found her biggest Co ':.'J"a New.. rJ'to appear on wn.u.uC" uEl:1,81'AL9tp: IT M

difficulty was to get a hole through a seed without crack- November IHth., 1942 In the above tiff, ,
Some Good Advice named Court and cause, wherein,' ".
history.In ing the seed. The next was how to color a seed; then how plaintiff seeks divorce. Bradford JIM ('. }.A 1. lEn. kefenndr I
the thick of it at Trenton and Prince- it. County TeleKraph shall publish this THIS NT""I':: W FI.OIII1I
"Stick to the Florida to degerminate
your plow", urges Order In next four weekly Issues. I Aim C I'nhn'r, Compuy
ton with General Washington were United Grower in editorial addressed to the She named her creations: "Philadelphia Pepper Pot Witness my hand and official P.I.I And Un Camp.
an "Farmers' seal at Htarke, Florida, this October Texas.
The thundering of "Boston Bean Pot "Little Minestrone, Spe- ,.
States Marines. guns 8th.. 1942OFFICIAL VOUII '
'
workers of the !
agricultural
"Bon _state ands na- cial." She called on a manufacturer and he was so inter- ( SISAL) A. J, Thomas suit. has l.r fiwlta'
the
John Paul Jones' "Ranger" and As Clerk of said Court. the iit.ov,
tion. ested that he called 27 salesmen to view her work. In 10-17 4t 11-8 are herein milled' ?o.. it
rqiilnlMtf
llomme Itichard" were manned by Marines.Our contract signed soon after that her written. .MHienrinn lit
March 1939 a was ; "
"Farm
people are notably'patriotic, V O T I C M with the rierk nfnldet}
naval war with France (17991801)found ) freedom seed jewelry went on the market. The idea swept the co un-' NOTICE Is hereby given to all before II.-'mb., Till, A. I
loving" states the Grower. "It is
fashion whom It may concern that Klorrle The nntun if sad .
Marines taking the brunt of the try. A necklace of pumpkin seeds! The magazinestook McKinney as Guardian of Volley of review tc1" tilt.1111 r
natural that farm should
Then on to youth volunteer it up.: Publicity. Radio. McKinney Incompetent will on the oree recorded! )Jn | <
fighting in every engagement. Itfth day of November, A. D. 1843.apply page 130. ,f the putlltiJ
under Stephen Decatur enthusiastically in the country's armed ser- When you get an idea, don't obtain your feeling of accomplishment to Judge E. K. Ferryman. said County uht-rtln Jin,
the shores of Tripoli vices and'I gravitate towards wartime indus- by merely talking about it. Act. If you ('ountY'Judge of Bradford County mer In plHlntlff and Win,
Florida for authority to sell at tell Palmer I It\ drftniinl
k"j they conquered the Barbary pirates. trial plants. But they should not do in talk about it too much your enthusiasm is likely to wane. private sale, the entire Interest oft I WITNESS! my hand.!r
1 In 1812 the blazing of the famed so not out idea.IV said Volley McKinney, Incompetent I of snl.lnurt it flurtu
guns
and you'll probably carry your
the illusion that by so doing they are givIng In the following described real I this 22nd ddJ.f Octttal
"Constitution" were manned by United estate to-wit: I 19 42.
their country the greatest service. NEt of aWA l< and NU of SI3U' (OFFICIAL SEAL) AJ1
States Marines. They shared in the decisive TIIH COIRT ttV TflH C'OtNTV the estate of David Powell Carpenter Section 29, Township < South. Clerk Circuit Court. 10-11<
i JIIM.K. 1IIIAI>H-OHI1 tOlNlf. \ late uf said County .
victory of Lake Erie and performed most "Food is our first line of defense, the PL.OUIUA. FUOHtIR to the c'h Judge of RradforJCounty
editorial In re: Kntato.vf Florida, at his office In
creditably under General Dearborn in the continues. "W i it h o ut farmers, J. C. ManningIecea'.ed the Courthouse of said County atStarke.

what happens to food? Without food what Florida I within eight calendar SAFE! FAST! COMFORTABLE!
invasion of Canada. TO AM. oriEDiTon'a ANH PER. months from the time of thefirst i
happens to defense? Four of Florida's HON HAVING CLAIMS OR DEMANDS publication of this notice.Each .I
Florida was their next battlegroundwhen major AGAINST HAlO ESTATE: claim or demand shall be In I I
food-producing counties need You and each of you are hereby writing and shall state the place
now 13,076 AND
they participated gallantly in the notified and required' to presentany of residence and post office addressof II I ECONOMICAL!
farm workers more than are now availableto claims and demand. whichyour the claimant and shall be swornto
Indian wars and gave battle to pirate craft or either of you, may have by the claimants, a tr e nt or
plant, tend and harvest crops on 74,280 against! the estate of J. C. Manning their attorney and any such claimor RIDE THE, BUSSES
which infested the waters on the Gulf and deceased, late of ldBcf"otfd demand not so filed shall be
acres Uncle Sam expects to produce food to the County Judge of : void.
Caribbean. County .Florida at bin office In :Myrtlce Jackson Carpenter Courteous Correct Information
crops this year; The United States Sugar the Courthouse of said County at As executor. ,.
During the war with Mexico I the Starke, Florida, within eight calendar 10-23 4t 10-1J -
Corporation needs 8,000 more men if it is month from the time of the Given You At |
r
Marines were active in all sectors. They first publication of this notice.
to help maintain the ,nation's sugar supply. Each claim or demand shall be In NOTICE OK APPMCATIOVKOK :
were on the Pacific coast under Sloat, Shu- writing and .hall state the placeof TAX UUEUImate UNION BUS STATION
{f you're a good farmer residence and post office address ( Bill !Ne. 141.9):
son, just sit
brick and Stockton; they participated in the of the claimant and shall be swornto NOTICEIS HEREBYOIVEN ofTax i
tight. After the is the attorney That Stafford K Crews holder
accounting done there by claimant agent or "
capture of Monterey Yerba Buena and Ma- and any such claim or demand : Certificate No. 269. Issued the
will be no greater hero than the filed shall be void.
man who not no
zatlan; they led the march on Mexico City Della Mnnnlnir, .
has helped feed his country. Stand by As admlnlHtratrlx. 10-23 4t 11-13
and the Halls of Montezuma, which broughtto your ,
plow; you can; do America a greater service -
their Corps banners the inscription now 1

famed in song and story "From the Halls through seeing that a soldier somewhere is iv: ciKrtir coi'KT. n"UFOnn O T LE WAR.STRAIN :
saved from learning what hunger (C'O"N'I", FL.OHIUII IN: mCKIIV. .*:\- : IMPAIR!
of Montezuma to the Shores of Tripoli." means. YOUR EFFICIENCY
Mary Wllbort Defendant. Cane No .

During the Civil War Marines gave a Erroneous 2173.OltDKR OP PUBLICATION ;.".t'"f, !a. ;. -"iIf'tJ' ,aJa' ,..... .....
Rubber .
good account of themselves both afloat and Rumor AND NOTICE TO APPKAK: ,,' '''l,' J' 0
Harry V. Wilbert, Plaintiff vs. F'"'f ,'i'1t'
.f
..
ashore. A notable incident at the beginningof Published reports that the rubber STATE OF FLORIDA to: Mary "

the Civil War period was the capture of shortage has been licked Wllbert, whose residence Is 9211 Cal"4 ', : ;
and that "tires for Venice Boulevard Los Angeles *. -: 1o

John Brown and supression of the uprisingand all" will be available next month, are utterly I Ifornla.I You are required tn appear on .. W. t.lpvj w' ?$. ', ,aX "M'1' ,..'
December 7th, 1942 In the above ," \ ..: ,
f.
riot at Harper's false. There is with .-
:
Ferry, by a force of hope that tires can be fur- named Court 'and cause, wherein "I" !

Marines led by Colonel Robert E. Lee, thenan nished for "essential" driving next year County plaintiff Telegraph seeks divorce.shall publish Bradford this ';,::1- ; .fr." ,:" *<<- \. '*"I' ,\>1.<. i 3"..',, ". !I" 'rW' .; .\!' (j/V?
nun "" "
,, r 'r
Order In next four weekly IsmiesWitness \! .. "
officer in the U. S. but that's oui > t F
Army. going to leave a heap of folks : my hand and official .

Wherever trouble raised its ugly head, in the cold., The dope now is that synthetic : Heal at 22nd.Starke, 1042. Florida, this October ,

Marines were called on to establish order rubber tires may be available for family:. use As(OFFICIAL Clerk of SEAL said)Court.A. J. Thomas' THE HEALTHFUL.RESTFULCHEEAiP i '

r During labor riots in Baltimore and Phila sometime in 1944. 10-3 4t 11-13 DRINK 1'( ,

delphia they policed the troubled -
; areas. The rubber situation has not changed.

They were sent to Korea and China to pro- Rigid conservation of rubber by every car IV JIIM.K lull COrnT ItR"UFOR"OF1 TIIH COUNTY COt'VTY, i i"I

tect American interests and were leaders in driver iso still an absolute and vital war Tn KLOIIIIIl.re- Estate IV of PUOBVTH

the Formosa expedition. They again raised necessity.John David Powell. CarpenterDeceased.

TO ALl. CREDITOR'S AND PERSONS .
HAV1NO CLAIMS OR DEMANDS
Joe were week-end AGAINST: SAID ESTATE: l'Etppup
I Florida State Farm News guests of Mr. You and each of you are hereby
and Mrs. L. A. Wiggins. notified and required to presentany
Mrs. M. E. Grlner has returned claims and demands which you
or either of )you may have against o
home
By C.! R. Itoavler Williams 1 n Tallahassee, Apopka.after spending ten days at

Thursday A Friday.
HAIXOWK'EN PARTY Seaman Phillip Walker was the To .relieve and

One of the nicest partiesj of tile Mrs. Emory Dean and son, guest of his parents Mr. and Mra Misery of COLDS Whether you realize a glass of golden JAX Beer)
Billy, Mrs. A. G. Yongue and
invigorating
J. S. Walker
year was given by the ladles of last week. its soothing
works
Mr*. Lois Crane of Gainesville or not, war-worries when it
the Community Club Frldj. atght Mlas Lucile ,.,. l
: Scott of Vernon, is tired muse
were guests of Mrs.
J. G. Cald-
at the club house which visiting her 6 '. impose a constant drain on magic on :
was appropriately wea. Friday. aunt, Mrs. R. H. 66Coe.a ..... ,your
decorated with corm Markham J)... nervous energies. You need reand taut nerves, Pete beglll5laxation
Frank YanarU spent Friday In v......
it Ik>, pumpkins and vines black
Mrs.
J. H. Rltch of Jackson. Try "R."-Mr-TI._"-a Wo.derf man.
Jacksonville feel like new
conferring withmember to keep in a
cats and yellow and black crepe yule was Uuaaeat you proper
an Pta
overnight of
of the Parole Commis- guest comes,
paper. The party waa opened trim for When bedtime
Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Rlcharde last your work.
of
sion
and Coast Guard .
Officials.Mr.
with short talk *
a by Supt. Chapman &
week another
and Take Pete for instance. Pete drinks
urging everyone) to vote Mrs. J. A. Bouvier, usually

Tuesday and to take typhoid Mlssea Betty and Patricia'McRaeweal L.Calvin Williams, brother of Mrs. welder He works hard all day.. JAX to assure sound refrcshincHj
A.
ihota. Then two groups of children to MclntosB for the week- Shepherd has Joined the t '
In all manner of Hallowe'en end to celebrate the birthday anniversary Marines and left Tuesday for nerves are edgy and he's sleep. j

costumeB. marched In a circle .f Mrs. C. A. McRae. training at Parris Island S. C. dog-tired when he goes Pete's wise. He has lurne

around the big room. Tbooa Saturday night a weiner roast Ensign Christine Beavers or Atlanta with ]AX!'
adjudged beat, were LIla Rae was enjoyed by the family and Ga., left Monday for North l I home at night. how to relax ?

Caldwell Geraldine Shaw and Sunday a birthday dinner was Hampton Mass., after spending Pete needs relaxation Why not try his formula

Henry Richards Jimmle Godwin the feature of the day. the week-end with his brotherinlaw healthful pleasant f
,
and he knows it.: It's
Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Godwin and and slater a
and Claude Johns received honorable Mr. and Mrs. W.
mention. Tin horns were children. Jimmle and Harold/ N. North. 8'4 So he pours himself way to avoid war strain.

given a. prizes. Apple bobbing. spent the week-end In St. Augustine John Crews stationed until recently French, American forAx I I
with Major and Mrs. H. C. at BlancIlng'ha" Ask
broom stick races and apple-eat Camp been fO QIIClrt
,
ing races and dancing were en- Wall.Mr. assigned to the Air Corps and And Danish fnoe
Joyed by grownupweD an and Mrs. J. W. Ritch were has gone to Panama''Clty. F00b0'\\\1.

younger folks. A raffled cake guests of Mr. and Mrs. Sanford P. U Laing was called to Jack. PASTRIES' NwY bO\\\c

and grab bag netted a neat sum Rltch at Brooker last week-end. sonville Beach: Sunday afternoon kc9syariottgd "eB \ i

to club member Hot clop and Mr H. L. Parker and Mrs. J. because of a serious accident Try Our .; it o taatici; ftage'

punch were served to the large U Robinson visited relatives at which befell Mrs. Laing., In fallIng C9eve;: t.a.'cr.et Open ai'f"

crowd by J. M. Moncrtef and I*. Saville, Monday.J. down the steps at her home, DOUGHNUTSFresh -e W"enr ou (CoO msrtmr

A. Wiggins. L. Robinson left Monday for she received a broken shoulder ....'.. bO, \\f.h\" ; i
Miami. r :
blade and bad bruises. ret> "1ou
Jfu
U, R. Bristol spent the week- Miss Constance Horn of Mon- Mr. and Mrs I. L. Paschal of Daily ". ,: ..'. \\1,.1 t>ut \t'\n\0tee? V;( ; 1 i ,

end In Tallahassee with Mrs. Bristol roe N._C.. Is the guest of Mrs. Lake City spent Monday with Mr. ">'" tticti'trera\O. a _.I" {Ote .. ..' -.

who teaches at F. S. W. C. E. A. Bradshaw. and Mrs. W. E. Malone. "'". ''';.'. -Y oU tea-01..1Lij i'1'.,.t,'
SABINE'SBAKERY
lllaies Roberta and Helen Whlt- Mr. and Mrs. Earl Chambers of .. wail \ '."
Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Malone and J r. ,. _' .. .nest.'k" BEER
.
_
field were week-end guests of Mr. Tallahassee are visiting their par- daughter, Willa Jean celebrated .,... .I, '
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and Mrs. E. R. Sewell in Jack. Mr. and Ji.V'i( -"= '... ..
enU. Mrs. Jack "
Cham- Mrs. Malone'a birthday Sunday at .) .. '
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,." t r )//-1..." > ", t. /> "
bersi. 312 W. Call St. }
aonvtlle. ,
a dinner given by Mr. and Mrs. : ) 1 V:;
J. U. JVIlllams visited hIs aon, Mrs. H. B. Wiggins and son. Curtis Malone In Lake Butler. -.JtX'L61EW1N8, COMtA' >li..ahleksollrille: fliiiJa' .

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()w.MBKR: ; 6. 1048 BRADFORD COUNTY TKIJRGKAFII. STARKR. FLORIDA ________________________________ PAGK THRKF.' -


I Brooker Brevities May T.Brannen.J. Alderman Oct. 27 and: Clara-

(adfordHigh
Journal
_. Alderman to Lula Mulllns, Oct
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I fly Mm. L. O. Ila.rnCAKN1VAI. UTTIJK WOMK.V: MEET Mra
_. I I The LittleVomen's Club held' O. W. Barry and( husband,
I
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O. W. Barry, to L. R. Waters
A SUCCESS: and
TKItL, STAFF I I Tornadoes Tie B. H. The Hallowe'en Carnival ': Its weekly meeting at the club J. K. Douglas Oct. 27 ,
Davis' S. Did Its Part First Assembly spon- ,, holl Wednesday n I Kill; October: ; I
he' Idalou Sewell Hastings 2020Last pored: by the P. T.-A. was a great I 28. Tables were net for bunro A. U. Crosby and wire Marian

roj Virginia BlOBS When the students of our school Held Tuesday success. A total of $330.84 was 'I and high prize WAil awarded to L. Crosby, to lieulah Prescott

1*ort, June Keen Friday afternoon the Bradford started the scrap drive. they Tuesday morning we had our made on the various booths. Pel- Alls Lvibedia Waters and low to Oct. 30;

Patsy Tornadoes tangled with the really got under way. Every day ton Galney held the lucky number -I Mrs. W. P. Nichols. The host- Margaret L. Kelly a widower.
Harding
Alice June it was a common thing to first Assembly for 1942-43. InyeaI'll and was winner of the quilt. to Lorle
see
Powell Hasting SpudHtera for the secondtie ."sell. Mrs. O. J. Mott and Mica\ Tomllnson, Oct. 28.
.; Jewell of our reason. The starting boys and girls bringing an old past the whole high school Harvard Hazen won the prize for Bonnie Molt served sandwiches

Lois Newsome line-up for the Tornadoes was: pot or pan to deposit on the scrap met together but things have selling the moat chance on the and hot'chocolate.COSTIIMK I'd('Oi'q'.H'I'I'r. (" 01''liT, IiitIPDl)

; Eva Fay Gainey Perryman Guard. heap beside the school building. changed for the batter. The quilt. Prizes In the costume I.'ICKY.TI'. YI'OftliA. I"II'U'o: _

SarUii Markey Parker Guard. But the drive reached a climaxone parade were as follows: Funniest, : DANCK Th'rtha J"aye Drown Plaintiff .

Shirley Colley Dudley Tackle. Friday when the bus children three grades of Senior High meet Billy Rlmew; scariest Gene RItch; A Hollowe'en Costume Dance J.ok..n N... 1114. Co ilr..wn. er..dalli. C..V... ,,

Clarice Thomas Crews Tackle: I stayed at home and sent scrap in together now. The Seniors appeared prettiest. Annette Green and most was ,a gala affair at the club t>HI>KK OF FITBLICATIOVn

latures ,. Nina Bishop Lanler End. their places. The town students unusually happy at the original Juanita Feagle. The house Friday evening October 30. STATIC ANti' NO'rU'w TU AI''JlAH: :
oe '
'ards Marjorie GriderITORIAL King EndB. came to acnool. brought scrap and prospect of occupying the front Kings and Queens were crowned All club members. and their friends ri"blr': :: ,., "'IAnUIlA is ,, 11I1..0'* tol' Jackson
McRae Center.J. helped to collect some more. 'This late In the evening: by Mr. Jim were Invited to join In the fun. A *b' IIU..I.You : .
seats In the auditorium. This is
McRae went on all through the day. Rltch of the State Farm. Minnie n..mb..r are r..qu'r..d' to appear on

) Gaasett -Halfback.Halfback. Many were able to get trucks and something which they have looked Lou Hazen was crowned Senior UEINF.lt RO.tSTMra named Court 7th.an.leU. cau In...the above. .
\ plaln.Ut wh. .. ".
Wasdin Fullback. cars to help. Yes. I think we forward to for 12 long years Queen and Dewitt Padgett W. O. Rimes entertained I'ounly Mt.ek.. dl.arce. D..adt.nd',
Tal".aph
-all RS!i acquainted LIKE with that Colson Quarterback. have proved that we are doingour The climax of the meeting was Senior King. Joan Parrlsh was her weiner Sunday roast! School, October Claws 28.with The a Ord.r. W.'I.. In .,n.u. four elicit"' ''.kly publh.h.........tll... ,..
in Junior Gerald my
part this crowned and baud
drive. ARE reached when our principal Mr.Smith Queen sad official
ion 'hitch your wagon Hasting took a 14 point lead In people enjoyed playing asal at eftark.. I"lorwa
young .
YOU Gay Junior I King. Madeline lh.F 171 h.. this U<:lu.
words gave an Inspiring talk. 1542
To me those the first quarter. The Tornadoes
? In the yard and
garnet roasting
He pointed out that we are the Green and Ned Hicks were second 'FI/'I'I''t.. 5I..5f) A. .1.
significance. scored 7 and A. Thoma.
points the t"1""k
Outstanding were on weiner ot
around
!! the fire. Mrs. haIti I'ourt,
tot Ima Snooper examples for the lower gradea- high in the senior race and were lO-ao 41 It-Ia
childhood we begin one yard line at the ending" of Rimes was assisted In
y life.jug whether we set a good or bad ex awarded prizes. Myrtle Padgettand entertllln.1 -
In
purpose the first half. Hastings led 14-7 Miss I'd ('IH'I "
1 a ing by Agnes III IT ( 011
Greetings kids! How's ample. .It is to us to mold Allen Lewis were given second NT. Inl ,1)10,0)
girls' picture them- during the third quarter but the everyone up our (0usrv. ..LOK....'. I" III ,.
because even In Tornadoes made a come-back ? Well here we are again- liven in such a way that we may prizes In the junior race. AIRS. I.OTTIK HICKS I I Andrew I'sit: v. t
nurses $
i of immaturity they see tying the score 14-14. Hastings back In that wonderful institutionof lead" the younger children upward Prizes: for this contest were donated Mrs. Lottie Hicks died at her Mrl. IIhI&Wh.: hawii,.r..nd""I.i'IsIntItt, V"('".11..1...

land gold of fame. Per- recovered a fumble behind the learning. Bradford High. Is and not downward. lie also said by the following Starke home Thursday morning. October aalD.I .('Htr.R No.

Iihe powlbillty that they goal line of the Tornadoes, giving everyone studying hard ? Don't that time wasted was time lost merchant: 29 and I funrrul services were I AN!. NU"I."r n. "IIAr.le-ATN'Vt) \1'1'1''

Lothei Florence Night- the Spudsters a 20-14 lead. answer that question. and since time Is so valuable First prize for gcnlor gills held' at the grave In New Hope altirle.'ITA"' IIh".: .0'.. "'. ""AIUUto: "hassle It

It t t'S also true that many Still fighting, Colson faked a pass The first calamity of the 1942- now we must make the most of locket and chain donated by Cemetery. She had ltvedin Bradford You ,.. ".required to

TV themselves as fire- ''to McRae and carried the ball 60 43 neason befell Bobble Cameron, It. He showed that now was the Rogers! Army anti Jewelry Store. County for several I years. I n'u''d....,,,,b: 7th.: 1545. ,I.b.: : .on.

[ doctors, All of this yards for a touch down. once the quiz kid. It's common gossip time to plan our lives and to begin Second prize for senior girls, Survivors include her husband. nhalll.ur tOUii seeks alld dl"n.cause...... Wh.ra",
that to work toward that book ends" donated by P. S. five Ned and .'....lIty 1I".dto,'"
en we first learn to again tying the score which was someone ran off with that goal.M. sons: Robert Pete I Order Telegraph aha 11 I..hll.h this

_!!Oclate with our play- now 20-20. Then Colson threw a 25c purse she has and she was G. Stores Inc. Sanford of Hrooker and Pvt. I Whine.''n .".."i.,' Inur hand w..kly I....".....
!! trying to catch HIM! Contents for Chinaman Hicks of Texas and seal at and hrtl
pass to King who made an excellent of First prize senior boys lInti. 8tarke. blonds' I ott.
as we grow older we : catch on the 30 yard line :|I the bag were as follows: 3c In Juniors Welcome pocket watch donated by Koch's and three daughters" Mrs. N. Hoi C"i"I"hI'lAI. 1941.'. tllo1"I.)

i n i lORe all of that zest : running the rest of the way for (coin, 1-2 lipstick. I Kleenex, and New Drug Store; chain from P. S. Inway MI'.. tennis Hosier of Ala- I A. I'I..k ot cultS. c ....rt.A. J. Tltomas..
to MembersA
jcr. We prefer to settle a touchdown: however the Tornadoes -j 2 bobbyplns. That's Hobble-alI Stores, Inc.Second bama and Mis Vellta Hicks of 10-30 4t 1I..a

I !the routine of going to were off-side no the play I I ways prepared for any emergency. new school year new school prize for senior boys, Biooker.it. I"x rnu'i IT -('ISIOT a
'i''If found return to Miss Cameron pair of book; end donated by P. "' n'/vr% theA 1)1011)
.
,
in social was called back and the game I"l.III.,
taking part 1 Iin new principal new teachers new H. Waters of Alachua was ( Eli.. I I 9 c'u t,_
'I lhe sophisticated senior (am I S. Store. Inc.
ended in a 20-20 tie.
[Graduation approaches junior class and above all new transacting business here Saturday harry "sS.ury Johnson. rlll'nUtt.'
kidding) home room. First prize for senior girls "...
e faced with the prob- Comer Ferryman was acting people In the class. And very afternoon. "'.""Mary N.,.. 1111 11..11 JOhll.O", JI..hnd."t,,
king a suitable vocation captain. Bill Colson scored twice Verse of the week-This week's attractive too. For the girls: locket and chain donated by Gem Mrs. Paul Stewart and Mrs. ()ittKIL OF pirniirATinv
school days masterpiece was donated by a Jewelry! Store. ANI Ni)T1'I'l TO
e9 High and Judy McRae once. Substitutes Charlotte Wagner Virginia Stanley Carrie AtM'K\fl:
the week-end
few Second prize for junior girls, Ingram spent OK "")'
students of .STAT lUnA
It IUj
from Hustings High. Mary
| Have we profited were Anderson at Center, Melverna Thornton. Marjoile .
with MI' and Mrs. I 10. J. Stewart. wh""" renlil.nc..
i.a'
leads fclows box of candy donated by Carpenter's ,"r""i l Is
more or lews! afar Saxon at fullback. Wadsworth at as : Staike Starke.don't Carmichael and Jot
fe they I Dorothy Payne. Drug Store. Mrs. T. W. Murkey. Mrs. W. O. lur"l... A".nu.'all..J", full-
s an the future Is left halfback. get made- You look like The boys: Wayne Sargent. Roger Voulilulntirr
something Hitler First prize for junior boys, pen Rimes and son. Billy, were visiting are rwtiulrml to ai>in>ai' nil
had. In
How many of us : spite Lockhart. Herbert Tel t elbaum 115ci'ii.r 7ih-
11141.
In Ih. .
The team played a good relatives at Dukes Station ubov
gameand .
: and set donated Can- ilImaI
of pencil by
thin rather rude It i.ouat and
reception. vatiea.
| for those questions to Clarence whereto
Thomas Anthony Baker, .
showed up well. The Toina- ova's Drug Store. Sunday. n. ..kH. illvorcn.. llnidford
\1,I before It Is too late? was one of the best games I have Paul Dlcklns. Harold Weaver and ('''''"''1'' Tel..r"l.h shall .
does play St. Paul from Jack"on.vllle Second for junior MI' and Mrs. T. W. Markey ; publiSh this
prize boys 4)r.l'r '
ever seen Stai ke play. next four .
weekly l
that at this stage I this Friday nIght at Bradford Earl Perry. Welcome kids. pair of book ends, donated by 1'. Mrs. Dock Waters, Mrs. Cephus Wltnvim. ruy hand unit oftlcl..1 Issues.

iisundermood I rtop to Park. Lets' show the boys .\thlng-can-happen-to-us- As usual the juniors are faith- S. Stores, Inc. Harrell and little son were shop- cciii,er ICiF.I ,fitsirke, 11142iJri'itIAl. F'urlda' this O.1u.

'ow we are beginning a we're proud of. them and are partmentDon't look now, students fully slaving away at the football The P. T.-A. wishes to thank ping I n Gainesville Thursday ( ,. pIlAth A. .1. T"- !

tei'm. All of the op- backing them with all we have but some of the senior girls I games selling drinks and candy. everyone who helped to make the afternoon of last week. Aa ,1"1'11 .., said Co..rt.

are here as before. by coming out. :, are learning to SEW! Don't laugh I Please remember to buy; but carnival a success. The many friends of little Stanley JO-SO It II-SO SKUS)

lera 1 are ever willing to Virginia Stwell. -It's the solemn truth. There more than that, remember the Green will be Kind to know iv 'In''I'I'' I

[act the conditions are I have been a few difficulties bottles! It Is awfully hard to get Mr. and Mrs. Dave Green and that he IH doing nicely after having ".'.01'1'l' ...'4-ni'iiT..01.1 imitinti I 9 Cii i"it_ i

I' than they have been Senior BiographiesHAROLD though. One was very amusing them from under the bleachers at Mm. Roy Green, were shopping In his tonsils removed In Galnusvlilo :. niivii II. :..tt. Plaintiff' "... VirginIa' 1
But somehow In HO I will pass it on. Carolyn C. The voice of Gainesville Monday. les Soil .
ears. : night. experience Monday l>cfm J nl. ( ... .. No. .12: U.
I set that Incentive toLed ALVAREZAn sewed a perfect seam (which is pLs5. OltOKK I;: Oir I'UHI.II'ATIo.V.. l
'
AN" NOTU'M 1' "" "La""TATI'
some Inward force.'h attractive senior boy. now quite an accomplishment for a -Robin. TIIERESSA Pine Level this wrrlc.Gilbert : OK -KM>ltllA o': 'Virginia: I
to a senior) and the teacher praised ,*. l.ntt, whose residence.. 1. un.
your wagon
five feet six Inches tall weigh B Mix ItLt Began Brown was a business known.Ymi.
her woik
highly. Only one thing )
e some goal in mind.k 140 pounds was born in Vander- i Seniors Elect visitor to Jacksonville last Friday. are required to nnpnar on
Will wrong. When she tried to rv.i.ih! .
toward that end and bllt Dec.. 19 1942. Harold has Mrs. II. C. Clover eltle and MI' and Mrs. F. W. Kllla and nuimxl t'unrt 7th. 1341. In the above
put It In hel' kit. she found she Class Officers anil cause whitreln
fsuccem and satisfaction brown hair and brown eyes. I i had daughter Mr. and MI's. Ben baby son, Charles Walters, !spent! Ulnlntlfr' seeks divorce mul, no other
sewed it to her dress!
q. Let us play together Loper Merle" Packham and Ernest!: the week-end relIct IIraelt..rd County Telegraph"
He. having distinguished him 'rile Seniors held their first visiting In Green shell puhllMh this. Order III ...xt ,
her. and be joined by self by his quiet is an I My, my did my eyes deceive Trlest left Friday for Miami to Cove Spilngs, and Jacksonville. four ......kly l....u.....
Inn bond that we have ways [ me the other night or was that class meeting on Tuesday. Oct. visit Mrs. Cloven ettle'll husband Wit........ mr Imncl and official
<
o se in life and are notjris amiable person because'of them. I Marjorie Gilder and Marjorie 20. for the purpose of electing MI'''. Almlra Price and Mrs. .....I at HlurKc, Florida, thIs 28th
who Is stationed In the CoastGuard
Shirley Weathet'field of uf ("ctoher. ISO.OKKICIAI. .
Harold started to school in office I'.. The following 'were Michigan
with the tide. We Davis dressed up In those costumes there. ( MMAL.) A. J. Th"ItI(111. ,
{certain that we have Vanderbilt. After completing the I which had the South Sea chosen: Joe Andrews President, attended church here Sun ci a y. A. ('|..rk ..r said Court.

subjects to corresponduture eighth grade there he came to Island effect? And Jewell Powell George Fly n n,, Vice-President Friends of Miss Elizabeth Phillips Their husbands aie stationed. at ..... U ll-t

vocation and not Starke. He completed the ninth with one of dad's old shirts and Shirley Col ley. Secretary and will be glad to know that she Camp Bland Ing. THE CHILDRENS FRIEND

j our, lazy whims. We tenth and part of the'eleventh that navy hat? Hallowe'en nhore Gloria Buford, Treasurer la back from the Alachua County Howard Brown of Brunswick.Ga. .

jted l a challenge to pre- here? then dropped from our does bring out some funny look. Another clans meeting wall held Hospital where she underwent a ., In visiting his parent.. Mr. Wlien children have temporary upsets

Aorld and keep It free ranks and here he is in the graduating I Ing outfits.If Ion Monday, Oct. 26. for choosing minor operation.Mr. and Mrs. Lem Brown., : of the stomach and bowels from ;

|we must qualify our- class! I you want to know how It I Senior rings. The ones chosen and MI'''. W. II. Hall and Mrs. Gilbert Brown spent the unwiee food combination, overeatens t

Tiat struggle is takingbut Harold says that when he finIshes -! feels to land on your head under were round In i shape. They will Mrs. Florence Johns and ion week-end In Lake Butler with her or miciditjr of the stomach \

we have a veryrt school he would like to enter -' neath a pile of upturned desks I arrive around Christmas. Everyone Grady were business visitors to mother, Mrs. Wimberly. give them good tastingUcOEB'S \

to in the commercial world as a was excited In choosing them Gainesville Tuesday \
play winning __ just ask Frances. She had a rare BABY ELIXIR
fry peace and the ever- bookkeeper, He n a s- prepared n experience the other day and I and will be more delightedIn S. R. Swindell spent several j Deeds Filed I ALL' IHtUO 8TOKC8

tee that follows. Thereer himself for thH. Next to beinga I I think tine will remember for some receiving them for most of days last week with his daughter, i
time to start than bookkeeper he would like to be time to come. the Seniors have waited 12 long Mrs. Eulla Jordan In Hlllcre&t. Lillle W Dorouuli, of Hull I-

/lean slate determlna- a rancher. New facts discovered column: years for this privilege. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Dennison and i County, Ga., to Walter IV Dor- AUTO PARTS

Jke this count and In I -June Uloss, Reporter children of Gainesville were ough of Duval Co., Quit dam[
year In addition to participating Mary Jo is quite athletic lookln GKNKKATOlUt. AUTO GLASS!!
deed October
2(1
olng our best surely, basketball games Harold likes to in her gym costume. And very guests Sunday of Mrs. Dennison's W ( ; OAAH FOR CARS AND

I" very forceful stlmulllenge act as a spectator at football nice too.'Familiar. Please Make Use parents Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Dorough P. his borough of and Zulclee TRUCKS IN ANYCOONOrrlON'
Duval
wife Co.
you, the student He Is unusual In that he Packham.Mr. ,
ladford games. twosomes carried over Of News Box to P. K. Wilson, of Duval Co., WE BUY
High School to to football. I and Mrs. W.
has no desire play from last year Include Herbert I D. Garrett left Oct. 26; JUNKKU Jk WKKCKKD

I wagons to a star and Another. activity which amuses and LoI'a. Betty Jean and Freeman Deposited just outside Mr. Sunday. morning for Ft. Lauder- P. K. Wilson and Mary K. Wilson AUTOS!
there.
Never never Harold Is seeing detective movies. Dooley and Bryan and a Smith's office beside the bulletin dale. his wife of Duval
Co. to
Used
|il I above all remain de- Autos $&> up I
He prefers this type to any other. Mr. and Mrs. Dan Raley and
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few new ones can be seen ambl- board Is our news box. From Fiances E3. Pitt Oct. 26;
| We can do it. Harold has but one strong dl.-I children spent the week-end with
Joan there to deal
ing around the campus. we hope itet a great Gertrude M. ,McDonald, a HASKINSAUTO
-I. I... D. like: the use of alcoholic drinks Jones and William Baker, for ex- of our material for publication.If relative In Keystone.HAMPTON. widow and sole heir at law of PARTS

and their effects on people. wish to contribute to
ample. you any A. A. McDonald deceased to North of tmrm on Road 19
iss Newsclass And now as we bring to a Margie R. and Virginia S. declared column of our paper won't you Raleigh A, Branncn and Jessie

close the last chapter of one of that they have the knack please leave It In our box. It's By IL B. Wiggins
officers of this the senior class _._._-_.__-. .- .- ...
our members for doing the hAndy Hop and I put there for that purpose and --- -- ---------------

t i follows: desires to express its sincerest don't know but what they are we want you to take part. Any Mr. and Mrs. Leland Beden- We Do Superior Work-
Roger Mathews. baugh Mrs. M. L. Watterson and
wishes to Harold for success In Item of Interest pertaining to
[sident Maxie Carter. right. son. Frederick. were visiting Pvt.
his chosen vocation. We know school life and happenings la
Steve Weldon. that If he continues to do as well I say there Lila Ray. whose welcome. This Is our paper and Olen Bedenbaugh at Camp Hlun-

r Charlie Knight. In life as In school he will be Buick was that I saw you sit I|I we are going to have a say so In ding Monday afternoon.Mr. For Better Cleaning: -
Charles Mooney. successful. ting In the other day? Looks too i It. Don't let the box remain and Mrs. T, C. Chastaln

owing boys. from 8-B Interesting not to mention. empty for then how can the voiceof have returned from a trip I to ...

the football game at SARA BAREFOOTOn Grace Wagner is one girl who the student-body be heard ? If Jacksonville. Mr. Chastain 1 I.. recovering TRY THE
Steve Weldon. Herbert me guessing or Is all that from a broken ankle .
keeps
May 6, 1925 a baby girl ,you have some criticism to makeor
for Mathewg. I about a ring merely hearsay? let know Mr A. LL Olnon spent Tuesday,
I opened her bright blue eyes on I any. _suggestions_ us NEW METHOD CLEANERSMr.
,ery glad to have .Rob- "the old" Starke. She haw lived Fred Dlckman newest addition I by making use or the box. in in Jacksonville where she met her

i back In school after here and seen all of the changes. to the Sophomore Class seems to, other words let's all take part husband who arrived from Far- and Mrs. E. O. Edwards, Owners
| of illness. Barefoot have captured the hearts of a lot 8. rington. Conn.
Mr. and Mrs. P. M., and boost our B. H. Journal.
s i dues. fair maidens. Mr. and Mrs. B. U SIS Temple Your Patronage Flume
are ten cents a named this baby, their daughter. of our Let's all be on the staff. HInson
e money will be used Sara Elizabeth. She Is now :9 Bobble reports that her knees -r. L. D. Mrs. G. W. Hlnson Mrs. Doris Avenue Appreciated IUa

eceR91 ties.lalh..ws feet tall weighs 115 pounds. and are doing much better now. Hardy and Mrs. Willie Mae Denton -_ ,_ p- ---p u- -a

conducts our has light brown hair. I Seems that she was the victim, of Band spent Monday In Jacksonville. '

"irS every Monday. Eleven ago she began a nasty fall tother day.I OrganizedFor Mr. and Mrs. IrIs Dobson have ,
years
-Charles Mooney her schooling In good old BHS don't know where Marian New YearThe moved to the home of Mrs. K. B. j QUICK SERVICE
Liz Lawson get all Watterson.' We welcome
Brown and them to
her Senior -
and will have completed WIIILB YOU WAIT
lub year soon. She has been very of I their energy. But somehow band recently met and Hampton. |, I
activities has wherever you see a football In elected the following officers for Owen Simmons who Is employedat
active in school -
All
I' the Glee Club meets been a cheer leader for 2 years, a motion they are around. Especially this school year: Atlantic Beach visited his wife Work Guaranteed

ek In order to obtain member of the Glee-Club, and at during Home l'' c. President '- Clarice Thomas. last week-end. j I PEP/URING Only Highest Quality

amount of musical all, times has encouraged school If you have any news'or gossip Vlce-Prenldent- Mac Futch. Mr. and Mrs. K. B. Wattemon,
'
Ithe class that meets on spirit. She also spent a good deal to tell us why don't you leave It Secretary Roberta Whitfleld. Mrs. T. IC. Simmons and Mr and Leather Used I

"dies music.[ On Wed- of effort. In the scrap drive. in the new box In the hall? We Treasurer Burton,Prince. Mrs. Owen Simmons spent Sun- : C

>Yare taught to sing Sara. like everyone else likes can't be expected to know every- Librarian Virginia Sewell. day afternoon with Mr. and Mrs. BROWNSTEEN'SSHOE :

This class is "certain things." thing and It sho would help a lot. Asat.LlbrarlanRebecca Orb Martin In Starke.
composedgirls. and dislike a
I Dislikes r conceited people, nosey It would be nice if everybody in Simpson. Mrs. J. U Williams and son, REPAIR

|aY the class was dJvtde people onions and garlic. Likes: the school could make this column The band. under the direction RusHcll. Mra. C. L. May and Mrs. Across' from. ?esfIre
groups time at one time or another. of A. W. Bates Is progressing Geraldine Williams were shopping
according to dancing, football. and a good .
rapidly and meets Tuesdayand Gainesville Monday.
Owledge When theUsical in ,.general. She especially likes every .
o -- .. .. .
V'J III' -
Mrs. L. O. -
I terms were""dls- to get letters and telephone calls 10-B Class News Thursday afternoon. Mr. Johns Jr., and Mrs. ----- ; ,

. s. Wall decided that from St. Petersburg. Bates also gives private Instruction Henry Hlnson visited their husbands -

Pw enough about music After graduating. she Intendsto 10-B elected class officers this every day at the last period. at Camp Standing Satur Prompt Service Careful Drivers

e would be In class to Stetson for four years. week and they are as follows: I day.Mr.
go
I now. that the class And we sincerely hope that Sara President Herbert Green. 8TENO<3KAIUIEK4: NOT B and Mrs Clyde 8herouse
PromISing and Vice President Mack Futch. ,PADS- 13o: each BRADFORD Hawthorne were visiting here
of a success
much
will be as Starke Taxi ServicePhone
1'hat Merle Grider. COUNTY TELEGRAPH. Tuesday,
> has been practic- make as big "a hit" at Stetson, Secretary ,
In Treasurer C. W. Colson. !
-villa. The girls as she has In Bradford High. She I .
much) to have Mrs. will study commerlcal subjects In Reporter Robert Barksdale.Asst. Are !.. ratified I. wear s"target" SAMPSON CITYBy '

val after has college and after the completionof Reporter Fred Dick- lapel kvttomr Yen Mr*. H. hl. Jones 150

This will take" lot this course she expects to enter man. are If yen are tmtfmUttg at Mrs. W. U. Smith and children
rk and We know Mrs. Ball. the teacher of biology least tern Joan and Richard
t, c nc n ratlon. the teaching profession.! pereat ef yew to- were shopping
do ". We are sure that she will be a success as a took us on a biological expedition liz, eemeta War Beads ever; par In Gainesville Friday. Day Night (

Ill. teacher if she doesn't wind. up in last week. .Lk_ .a,.. it's 7_ badge el pa- Mr... LJizI :McKloney spent a ,

-L.M.N. St. Petersburg. -R. B. Irlettem. few days with Mrs. Ary Brown at .-_ I
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'l 11 r :;, ;f UDC Chapter Installs bers to cooperate along these WSCS Circles Ing opened, -.011.. ,

I and CLUBS ] refreshu
Itdij l New Officers lines.A Met This Week wichp, cookllll 1Ol
and
(
;r. : 'lIt' copy of Mrs. I* A. Davis' served t"

i.4 Celebrate Anniversary annual report of the work accom- Mrs Lb W Koch was hostessto The devotional .

Weds Pastor Installs plished by the Florida Division, Circle One of the Woman's ducted N .
Dr. Ford
: Torres-Jones MarriageIs The W T. Weeks Chapter, U. by Mrs, Ift h
Announced I Miss Miriam BlacksonOn New OfficersOf D. C.. was entertained Wednesday U. D. C.. was read by Miss. Olive Society of Christian Service of Used a tenon iJo B.1""t4! !
advance along all the Methodist church Room
Ray, showing on Monday The
Mrs. Ethel M. Biggs and the t
afternoon
W. M. S. by
October 21 Baptist bush
lines of work during the past afternoon at her home on North was also .
Charles Torres and Mrs.
? Sgt. and Mrs. Luther O. Powell at the conduc
:
Fannie Jones were quietly married Dr. Malcolm J. Ford Directorof The regular monthly business home of Mrs. Biggs. Huge White year As retiring president, Mrs. Walnut St. ell. circle chairm! by IIrt

; I Sunday in Jacksonville. The Health Unit, meeting was held and the Royal chrysanthemums were used in decorating Davis read the report this weekat Mrs. W. B. Middleton, circle offering taken> "
ceremony took place In the mini the Bradford-Clay Service program presented by the the home. the General Convention In St chairman, conducted the devo- sonage wok. tor lilt

i ii ister's study of the Main Street and MIsH Miriam\ Louise Black- Baptist W. M. S. in the church Louis, Mo. tional service and Mr.. E. K. Mrs. Junius M. om,,.
:Mrs. O. W. Roberts presided
Baptist church Rev. Thomas Hanson eon!' daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Monday afternoon, Nov. 2, with for Mrs. Rcoerts. the retiring president Perryman reviewed an'article en- the work ot the
the meeting? and called
a):: pastor. Richard T. Blackson, of Pauls- 22 members and two visitors over annual from the officers. Installed the following officers titled "Obeying the Vl lon" from in a very enthusiastic JOI'allte4; r
Immediately after the ceremony present. reports for the coming year: Presi- The Methodist Woman. urged the !
boro, N. J., were married Saturday Mrs. A. Z. Aiikins. one of the entire oTsnm00y
)fit Sgt.:! and Mrs. Torres left for a, afternoon. October 24, at 2 Circle Three, under the direction for the Florida Child- dent, Mrs; O. L. Beasley; first The business session was pre cooperate. Mrs, 8eweu

+ wedding trip to points In South o'clock The ceremony took placeIn of Mrs. H. A. Lawson, had sponsors ren's Home Society, talked on vice president Miss Madge Mid- sided over by Mrs. Middleton, the circle to meet t lit

q Plortda.i the Blllingsport Methodist charge of the program and the the subject of this organization, dleton; second vice president Mrs. and at this time arrangementswere December With le
For over two Mrs. Torres devotional was led by Mra. W. J. Hal Edwards secretary, Mrs. Besides
i years Church In Paulsboro with the and urged all members to attend ; made for the circle to put the lIIelllbel1
baa been director of the Nursery Rev. C. M. Ford, father of the Epperson. Mrs. Lawson discussed the Thanksgiving service at the Ethel M. Biggs; treasurer, Mrs flowers in the church for the coining there were two visitor
n i- School here and has made many groom and pastor of the Christian "Cooperation" and Mrs. G. W. E. K. Perryman; historian, Mrs.L. month. Mra..1 u n I u a M lis Barchenger and :lilt

'' warm friends In Starke. Sgt. Church at Pembroke, Va., offici- Alderman had as a topic "The Methodist church: at 8:30: A. M., X. Davis; registrar. Miss Olive Smith talked on the many activities Martin, whose hush..31\

,Ili l Torres Is stationed a t Camp ating. Baptist Dollar". "What the Cooperative and make 'an offering for this 'Ray; recorder of crosses, Mrs. G. of the Red Cross and urged i tlonld at Camp Blaedlng lit

r W I 47;l Blanding and for the present they Miss June Moehring, of Pauls Program Can Do" was charity. I W. Roberts; chaplain Miss Amelia the members of the Society to ,
make their home In Starke discussed by Mrs. Anne Poyner.
will Junior
I I + boro, was the bridesmaid, and Dr. Mrs. Junlus M. Smith,.vice chair- Ray taka an active part in.helping the Woman's ClubA
t k and she will continue as' director Edward C.: Jenkins Boston, The Royal Ambassadors under man of Volunteer Service, talked During the social period the local work. Mrs! Perryman invited

: I of the Nursery School. Mass, was best man. Dr. and the leadership of Mrs. Clyde about Red Cross and Civilian Defense hostesses served ice cream and the Circle to meet with her Meeting ofim's the

Mrs. Ford took a wedding tripto Priest were visitors at this time work, and urged all mem- delicious home-made cake. for the December meeting.The Club win be held We.
i :t Hallowe'en PartyAt New York City and other and a resume of the work done at Nov. 11, at 8 P M
hostess served a Hoat-
the R. A. Conclave recently held tempting be Miss Faye
Episcopal Manse in the East PeterilOl1,
points at Stetson University. DeLand congealed salad course with .hot Mrs. Edwin Torode tiny.
: Mrs. Ford is an Army nurse was given by Mrs. Priest Charles tea. kin
q{ ; The Episcopal rectory on Mitchell and Mr,
+ Church street was the scene last stationed at Camp Blanding and Mooney, Billie Myles, Dan and Carolyn Callstreet d05 1rrle Number Two HalTJ ROIl

: !.1 yl Friday night of an interesting they are making their home In Van Priest This! was interesting 1f Mrs. Bertha Pearce entertained Mrs. John R. Roane u
4 !1( Hallowe'en party sponsored by Green Cove Springs. I and greatly enjoyed by all. The Circle Two at her home on Weal a few duys (In Jacksonv rpb

ttgl; i ti the Young People's League, of following newly-elected officersof Madison St. The devotional ser friends and relatives.

; t which Bryan Harrell is the presi Ladies the W. M. S. for the coming vice was conducted by Mrs. J. 1-
I .E S ) AuxiliaryThe Well, folks Even Hallowe'en"ain't three classes of people in ancient
1 Installed in a beautifuland W. White, who used her theme
were aa
dent. About 26 persons enjoyed year
w what it used to be" and Spartan civilization calmly replied
t the costumes displayed and the Ladles' Auxiliary of the impressive ceremony conducted there mus' be a' strict ratlonin' of "The upper, the next and "Yet I am not alone for the
Church will meet .by the Rev. A. E. Lightfoot, Father 10! with me." .
played. Presbyterian
: games soap that I haven't heard about the third" Maybe he was
"v J I A weiner and marshmallow Tuesday afternoon, Nov. 10, at Pastor of the Church: Didn't see a single window right at that Hear Buddy An English Chaplain has written
ri roast was enjoyed out doors. 3:30: o'clock, with Mrs. H. C. President, Mrs. A. E.! Lightfoot; decorated with the CII tomaryHallowe..n Bishop has pledged Phi I Delta a hymn for the American soldiers -
M Among the adults present were: Mayhugh. Miss Lucile Mitchell First Vice.President, Mrs. L. G. and this was read by Mrs.
art work and'the only Theta at Emory Milo (AirCorps SHO
Rev. Fred Yerkes, Mr. and Mrs. and the Rev. Charles Alen will Powell: Second Vice-President, J. L. Thorne Others taking parton EPAlet's
prank reported In these parts was ) Sponholtz now in sunnyor
1'9., Milton St. Peter and Mrs, Rawson have charge of the Thanksgiving Mrs. H. A. Lawson: Third Vice- the IOBB of Locale Llnnln's favorite ( Is 11r!?) California Seems the program were Mrs. W. S.troma.1 .
$ President. Mrs. W. J. Epperson; Mrs. Emma
Davis* program. Murphyand
.
garbage can Guess the they jus' won't let Jack Halle

141 .. .. .. __. _..___.._.._n_"_"_"_'__ Recording Secretary and Publicity youngsters used all their surplus have a vacation Twentyfourhours Miss Olive Ray.
-'- ---------- ------- up
Chairman, Mrs. H. L. Hough; Miss Ray, assistant! circle chair
drive after he his
the
on scrap resigned job
energy have
DR. LE;\fUEL COLSON DENTIST Corresponding Secretary and Lit man, presided over the business your
an' didn't have enuf left over with the FHA In Washington an'
erature Chairman, Mrs. J. H. session. At this time
.1 for spookln around .. No lack arrived back In Starke, he was Mrs. A. Z. FALLFOOTWE.4R
129 East Call Street Lord; Treasurer, Mrs. Q. W. Alderman Adkins, a member of the parsonage -
however offered I
of beautiful costumes a position an' started
; Historian, Mrs. H. L. committee \
told of
the Im-
an' Wanda Pearce an' Betty Tur- work at the handing P. O. .
Hours 9 A. M. to 7 P. M.\ Evenings By Appointment Hough. ner created, quite i a sensation Hear the difficulties of helpln' provement that had been done
I Circle Leaden: No.1, Mrs. L. the week, and asked,
past for an
along Call St Sattlday night with conduct a thrlvln' business under
.... ,
.
.. -- ---- ------- --+ O. Powell; No. 2, Mrs. W. B. offering for this purpose, which DAINTY FOOTWEAR!
: their grass skirts,. lel aroun' their present conditions has Inflicted
Alexander; No.3, Mrs. Anne amounted
to
$16.35. Mrs. PearceIs
REPAIRS
necks an' flowers In their hair- Liz Nasworthy with a'slight dose >
OPEN FROM 11 A. M. TO 11 1-. M. Poyner; Business Women's Circle South Sea Islanders complete, of overwork an' she's restln' up selling the "Back SaverBrooms" OUR SPECIALTY

1 1 Mrs. L. A. Canova. even to bare feet_. this week In Riverside! HempUnderstand ? for the benefit of the
LUNCHEONSHRIMP Committee Chairmen: Community Society, and she gave a commis-

Missions, Mrs. Jesse New- sion of $3 to the local work..
Lots of gala Hallowe'en parties, I a bun load of local Finest Leather Use! j
some Mission Mrs. T.
; Study, B. During the social period the
lovelies tried to crash the west
the
one at Episcopal Manse beln
Harding; Orphanage, Mrs. One hostess served a delicious! fruit
afair' sample Peeked In long' gate at Blanding tother night,
Wiggins; Program Chairman, salad: course with hot tea. TheElectric
enuf to Powell look In'I' but found It wouldn't work .
see George
i SHRIMP FISH, CHOPS SIRLOIN STEAK. Jofrs. H. A. Lawson; Enlistment Clrcli. Number Three Shoe Shop]
After
like the missed they'd boarded a bus,
drive on
a DEVILED CRAB, CALFS LIVER-2 VEGETABLES Chairman Mrs. L. G. Powell; sumpln scrap their out to Mrs. E. L. Matthews was host- I
an' Virginia Durshlmer an'Hazel way play bridge with
NO DRINK OR DESSERT Training School I, ''Mrs. R. A. ess to Circle Three at her home i Across From Park
Fields impersonatln' hard the boys, they discovered it was
Thomas1; Margaret Fund, Mrs. J. on Church St. Before the meet-I,
We Maintain The Cleanest Place In Town E. Futch; White Cross Miss Wll- times Mo s' excltln' time, going to the west gate instead of ..____n _
Gate B, where their ...... ,_..
,.,. ma Alexander; Social Chairman, however, was had at a Junior passes wouldbe - ------
G. A. an' R. A. party at the C. honored Driver maid he
'
.t ire, J. M, Brownlee; Music Mrs.
GUIDON GRILLOpposite R. A. Green; Foster and Placard, G. Priest home Friday night couldn't take 'em around to the THELMA'S PLACE
Seems! one of the games was a other side, so there they were-

Courthouse \\- Jim Forrest, Mgr. _1'8. 1. H. Jennings; Hundred "ghost hunt" an' the boys an' stranded Finally managed to
Thousand Club, Mrs. p M. Bare- I DANCING EACH EVENING .
Phone 90STARKE girls started out bravely, but get in, however, after beln' mis
foot; Flower Chair I man, Mrs. didn't get very' far when the taken for a load of in-comin' Till 12 O'clock

ti George Flynn. "Khoet" WAACS Hear
't appeared-but as one little "Lloyd GreenIs
I Auxiliary Leaders: Young People's BEER ON TAP
,} boy said--''he wasn't deadyet" groin In the duck blzness, witha

Director, Mra. W. J. Epperson As fate'would have it, quack-quack here an' a quack- CLEAN FUN GOOD FOOD!|
; Y. W, A. Counsellor
Mrs.
,
there .
a darkle had jus' escaped from quack Old MacDonald
M. F. Hazen; Intermediate G. A EVERYBODY
WELCOME
Jail an was mnnin for dear life I j, has nothln on him .
Leader, Mra. J. ILinsln Junior
; with the flrln
police pistols at his I
O. A. Leader, Mrs. Ralph Alvarez; heels Mrs. Priest almos' got I j Quite an affair around at the 2 Blocks N. of Courthouse On Temple Ave.

R. A. Leader, Mrs. Clyde Priest; knocked down in the scuffle an',I i USO Wednesday night Seems Operated By Mr. and Mrs. R. F. Lightsey and Sdi

( ; FLA, Morse.Sunbeam Band Leader, Mrs. Ruth when she looked around for the I a medical detachment at Rlandinir _...-_-_--_- __._, __,-- .- -e --.-----

youngsters, there. wasn't single wanted _._
a to do bit
I a of entertain ------ -------'---
Mra A. Jo;. Llghtfoot, First one to be seen! They'd all In' so the men invited a groupof

Vice-President, presided over the scrambled back 'to safety inside I Starke's fairest to be

''M SUN MON TUES NOV 89.10 business session.", Minutes of the the yard I a banquet :Mildred McRae guestsat .I
last
meeting were read and accepted r an' Clare St. Peter helped the PECANS WANTEDBEST
.
Mrs. G. W, Alderman, '
!Spotted an' Jotted ll Agnes Scott GSO girls with the servin' .
Treasurer: read her reports which an' husband (jus' back from Nina Bishop posed convincingly

were approved. Mrs. T. B. Har Peru) off for a visit in New behind the soda fountain an'

ding Personal Service Chairman York, Do hope they'll soon Dooley an' Marjorie Davis, Sara CASH PRICES

reported that her committee had be back, for Agnes, Is a needed Barefoot an' Freddie Wimberly
X packed 20 Christmas boxes to be Red Cross '\ .
worker'. Sara Bare were. among those efficiently
0&L sent to the boys of Church
our foot all agog over that long dis- waltln' table Lookln' fe chln' ,
whQ in
are the Service.
'
't -. tance call from St. in their formals '
---- NO LAUGH RATIONING Mrs. Edward Burns was a guest Pete j telephone I| Jacq Andrews' Prince Abbie were Sadie
Harley an' Fran MARKET ,
.
TIP
TOP SUPER
speaker, her
HERC-WITH T
THE v subject being the different honey of a 'red hat. whichIhe's! Peek among others Followln'
;u. TOP FUN TEAMS departments of the Red "savin' for ,
'e OF theGa"-Fla., gameSat'day I dinner was a dance, an' altogether
Cross which was In need of volunteer '
Scootle"Duke
RADIO IN aVd BIO workers. an' dotter I a very satisfactory evenln .
r Gall get tin' ullghtly! bruised Provln' C. H. Nasworthy
SCREEN SHOW! Offering $3.35BenedictionMrs.. I among other things that .
when their bike'
collided
with an the medical detachment
men are
I
W. B. Alex
auto on Call St..-Wednesday night I adept at other things, besides
s ander.
', i r i f .whose. Wilma presence McClane is like(Lake a good City), : handln' out pills I IDon't Starke, Florida

W Miscellaneous Shower spring tonic, vlsltin' friends herea forget! : big J
., f For Mrs.Jones day or so this game tonight ".-'-. --
+ r Na9dlsguisedas week B. H. S. \9. St. Paul --- ---------- -
.. e s flatfoot squaw)' (Jax) So
fr/,1., Mrs. O. W. Alderman and long See you
Joke-of-the-wrck: Chester McKinney there ..
,
daughter, Mrs. U A. Canova
en- when asked to name the "I
tertained at a miscellaneous --Carolyn.

t shower Thursday afternoon of last "'--_ .-_ .:-._n---_._-.._- ._- ---------. Make Your Xmas Gil
week In honor I
'% "( 1' A Wolf Patrol of Mrs. Fannie
Scout Jones, who was to be married the WHY GO FISHING ? I

.4 for Girl Guides I) following Sunday.

Flowers In Fall colors were used GO TO NEWSOME'S MARKET"Fresh !
WG&m for decoration In Mrs. Alderman's Selections Now

hall and living room, and In the Water and Salt Water Fish, Shrimp, etc.
dining room white
flowers were Live and Dressed
used. The dining table was centered Poultry Fruits and Vegetables

...
by a bowl of white dahlias ,.

and crystal chrysanthemums candelabra holding, balanced white by NEWSOME'S MARKETNext Luggage makes a splendid giftV

Y e a n die shown,
+a Second s Mrs. O. L. Beasley assortment is now being d

I Honeymooning/! poured tea and ;Mr. t. R. A. Green Door To New Method bags, an
Cleaners On weekend cosmetic
,I l't' ; Moll,'. aa M-wtet! horning ant and Miss Arllne Mann served Temple Ave. cases,

sandwiches, cakes, candy and zipper bags.

::141iy salted nuts 'L_._._._ _.... ...... ..... .... .. ..... ...... ...
INKIIII Mrs. Luther G. Powell -.g.
gave a
s-y ,
FUNERAL
V much 'DIRECTOR
appreciated poem as a read- rftll I

Ing, and then presented to the My Many Years Experience Make It Possible for Me to Render A new shipment of Shakespeare r.tJI.

+ 4 EI d0g copy honor of guest the a poem.beautifully The guests bound EFFICIENT.-.PROMPT MODERATE and COURTEOUS PRICES SERVICE just arrived. If you will need one ';het?

were also entertained with contests DeWITT C. JONES in the next year, better buy now,

:?I j THE GREAT 6ILDERSLEEYE'cHwjiv! Two along of the Mrs.lines Jone of romance.Nursery Stmke. Florida are going off the market.

.i ;.. $INNT3lYIIS.BillThompsen.C'alCordon, )) '' School pupils David Canova and o -.- n _ ..... "- ....."... ... .....".

;'1-- Isabel Sandra Lou Green, presented the r,. ,. stationet1
.
Randolpk. ".rtlm., Saird" shower of .
gifts. David For visit
fine our
'; t1:.' and RAY NOBLE and Band soldier suit and Sandra Lou wore was a COMPLETE LINE OF MILITARY stationery, oe f paper

}i ; Produced end Directed by ALLAN OWAN dressed as a bride, her dress be- SUPPLIESFOR department, many high grades HaJIIV'

i k' .,1 Scram Mw.kv fool.G......$oNo_...|,..Hg.iaw" Jw.ki Foul.0....,.. J-MTey.y. ., ing of light blue moumellne de by Crane White and Wycoff f and
i wotr with which she THE SERVICE MEN J .,
: .(p r.IS.READY.TO.JMVi_l'll.'m : WAR: BONDl'' I.in..l.niNews long white veil that was attachedto wore a WE OFFER FAIREST OF PRICES CAMP BLANDING AND shire Paper Co., in ''white or co or

her hair by a wreath of white FRIENDLY SERVICE -
A Jerry Wald & Orchestra
flowers. The gifts were piled

high In a white wagon drawn by P. S.
STORES
.
Also Inc.
-First Series of the
1 young couple, and Sandra Lou ,

"THIS IS AMERICA" handed a note of presentation to TWO STORES :TO SERVE YOU KOCH DRUGTOlSTARKE
the honor guest.
;
.: In Guests included the mothers of Blanding Center Bus Station
i: $? PRIVATE SMITH OF THE U. S. A. the children attending
the Nursery
k' And 145 '0' Call St.
'; ;' } School and a few close Starke, Fla. FLORIDA

1 I I friends of Mrs. Jones.

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FLORIDA'
...
NOVEMBEB6.1
BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STARKK. PACE FIVE
_

BITS of LOCAL IN ('lnf.'I'IT ('OIRT": IIH\l>rOHlOITY. > tha book of the company aa tr....- i eremher 7th.. 1MI. In the above Witness my hand and official seal.
- = NEWS I '. FLOHIUAI IN l'll lS.James tees, hold Mock and iiecurltlea In a named Court and cause. wherein at tttar..... Florida this October
C euH% capacity other than that of a bona plaintiff seeks divorce' and 11th.. 1 4S.OFeMCIAt. I
Wilson Younrlner. Plaintiff fide owner; and thin affiant nan no lion of Malden Namo. ( MEA L) A. J, Thomas .
va. edith: If. Younsrlner.. Ltofendanl.. reason to believe than any other aunty Teleicraph shall \> r..lora.j Ad Clerk at said Court
Geiger, returned Mrs. L. A. Davis left Sunday Pvt. O. P. Case No. 2I.: person anNoclatlon or corporation Order In four weekly .... 11at I1J7iti : I II
tank I Hutto of Ft. Ben- <>lll>KH Or PUBLICATION has any Intermit direct or Indirect
a two-month's visit night for St. Louis Mo., where nlng. Ga., Is I AND NOTICE TO API'l.:Ait In the Bald l stocks bonds, or other .__ I,
,tom( spending a few daysat urn'< 'tin'nmuii'' '''h' iia.l'uquaaea5welms9alkeeleeaaaasaaeelrsleiswucne i ''''' ''' ' ueue IoIiIiiIiIiIi a
Chicago Ind. I she attended the General Convention STATE UK FLORIDA to: hMlth!: ancurttlea than a. no mated by him.
-
East hie home
s in here. H. You Mariner. whose residence In K. I
cepted a place In the i of the U. D. C. As retiring Mrs Effie Hotel Wilkes care of H. ... Jones Sworn to and 1.subscribed MATTHKWH. WHY MEN LEAVE HOME I I
will make her president of the Florida Division Johns and Mrs K. North \Vllkenboro., Noth Carolina. mi thin Rth Inv of November
fe. and A. Winkler spent the day In Jack You are required to appear on (SEAL: .) J. It. Kelly. Notary b"fnrCl''
tarke with her sister .she read an excellent report of sonville December 7th.. 1941. In the abov llu of the State of Florida nt 1 BECAUSE ;a
C5eorge. what this organization has recently on a shopping named Court and ..uu...; wherein MY commission expires IJ...,. il.IX '
(Wesley oc- tour and visiting Mrs. Johns' sister plaintiff seeks divorce I and other 1911. 1t I
:
THEY HAVE FOUND A GOOD PLACE
CL\K: cleaning, compllshed during; the past year. Mrs. relief. Bradford County Telearaphshall
L Minnie
McCutcheon.J. publish this Order In
true __ ..rlnf, at the Lt. and Mrs. Murry T Oakley four weekly.sue... next (ciiifi? roinr. KH.,IOHI) TO EAT
.
O. Scott who bas been In ( 1'1'7'1. 'LO''U'I IN tlllNJiiHtlno -
WltnvNa hand and
ding Tailors opposite left Sunday morning for Grenada my official seal (:":11"'.
South America and at tttarke.: Florida this November4th.
the Canal
Mlsu., where they spent several .. 1912.OFFICIAL! Mickey Rrlknen. Plaintiff.VH. ATVAUGHAN'S
Zone .
with the Jodwa r"
U. Krlkxcn. Defendant
S.
Engineersfor ( SEAL) A. J. Thomas
tre.g days with Lt.
for- Oakley's parents Case No. 2189.
F. Kirkland the past 8 months, returned Aa Clerk of said Coort.ll ORDER or pt'WL.iOATiON
of tile Church of God Miss Kate Struth spent the past home by clipper Thursday of last .. 41 11-17 ANti NOTICE TO APPEAR CASTLE LUNCH
[ been caU<)d to fin week in Columbus, Ga., visiting week for STATE OP KI-OHII to: Kdwaril i I
baa a month's
vacation. IV Rrlkavn, of Mm. Robert Mortarty.
CIMCI4T ('oaRT. Hit \I>K(>HI> Carr -
Brookjvllle. her brother and sister-in-law Lt. We.inenday\ he and Mrs. Scott left COUNTY. FLOHIUtl IN IMANCKHV. !' muter* 19 Bentley Av ., Jersey Opposite County Jail ,

rUe Priest Is aubstltut- and Mrs. Elmo Strutb. for a three-weeks' visit with relatives -! Thelma.: Uathoo<"k. Plaintiff va. You City.ara N.required J. to appear on liiniin', "T,,'''Nlw I' "-T-iritfiTirii' ..,.../"......".....,.........'-----.---.11..11111''.'k IHNlnlu' ,' '''' ,iW. *'Q'l Jf. I
her of the Nurserylie ? Mrs. P. H. Long returned home and friends in their old Carl O. Hathcock Defendant Case tlc

Mrs. Charles Torres 'Saturday after spending a week home-Detroit, Mich. No. 1819.OltMKK. OF PUBLICATION. yi'

her wedding: trip. with her son and daughter-in-law. Billie Koch son of Mr. and AND NOTICE TO APPEAR: .,

Richard Wainwright left Major and Mrs. T. T. Long, at Mrs. Louis W. Koch will receive : HTATK,OF whose FLORIDA residence to: Carl la Un OHathoovk ql

r Klanlmmee where heed Fort Benning Ga. his wings next Tuesday at the i known.You: are required to appear on /ij

employment with the Mrs. Dora Peers of New York Advanced Flying School. Columbus Ilucember 7th. 141. In Ike above Ii4.PNlP

Sneers as paving Inapec- City, who is visiting relatives in Miss., and on the same day named. Court seeks and divorce cause and, rnMoratlon whereinplaintiff 7kr

air field there Mrlll. the state, spent Monday here with will be married to Miss Dorothy of Maiden Namn. Bradford

t and baby daughter her friend, Mrs F A. Scott. Bigelow of Arcadia. Mr and Order County In Telegraph next four shall weekly publish laHueH.Wltnrna this.

lID In L about two weeks. Mr and Mrs. T. H. Fallin spent Mrs. Koch will leave Saturday to my hand and official seal
at Iark... Florida this October '
attend the .You '
the week-end In Cross City with ceremonies. 30th. 1942. can .1
their son-in-law and C. M. A. J. Thomas I
.vr'err I|I daughter, Mr. Schmltt. formerly of Aa Clerk of Bald CourtOFFICIAL.
and Mrs. Lee Clayton.. Wellsburg W. Va., but who has ( SEAL' ) .i
POLICY been for the KnlKht &: Knight Stmke: "'I..r ill,aAtt" it time
Miss Norma Blain of Rome, Ga., past several yearsin "
... for I'lf. ll-t 4t 11-Z7 spot every ; !
Is visiting her brother-in-law and Gainesville, and recently designer -I
sister Mr. and Mrs. Keen. with McKinstry, the florist KTVTKMKXT' OK. THM OWNKHIO -
,'* M.. .'....; ..Jo.I.. ('IH4" I.t-. \I .
Mrs. A. E. McKinney and Mrs.P. began work Monday with De '|'IOr'.TC... IIK'tl'IHKI' .IIV TIIM.sr ... SPECIALIZING In any job Is important. And, It r ,
Witt OK CWNC.HKXH u. tint fJ4.
C. Jones .X
as manager and of ice-cold Coca-Cola I
M. Barefoot were business .n2.. ANI> M\HI .t, 15u1.: taste toj rrV

visitors to Gainesville Thursday home.ambulance driver for the funeral of Bradford weekly County at Ktarke TrlearH Florida |>h.publlnhed tell you that its makers have specialized in refreshment I

morning. for IV-tober I. 194i.STATK : .
for years. They created this utterly '' i
Mr. and Mrs W. M. Wainwright Mrs. A. W. Anderson who has : OP, FLOIIII >
.
) n different drink 57 Today it's still J.
and children of Tallahassee been employed In Haverford Pa., COUNTY OK niiADFORIIlefore > >>> years ago. .,

V will spend the week-end In Starke. I for the past several years has m.. J. K. Kelly n. ('.. individual-and delightfully so. ... :
.
l of the Circuit Court. In and for thStuta .
ffL returned permanently to her home and county aforesaid person.ally Note the difference in taste. You can sense :
'
a in Starke. Appeared )<). 1* Matthews, who,
havlnw Lawn duly sworn according the special blend of flavors. Sip again. Your $ ;
Mr. and Mrs. Otis Nelson and to law, deposes And says that he
Sentinels ono), Jlmmie and Ronnie spent In the> owner of the Itradfoid thirst is gone before you know it, but somethinK *
Countv Tvteirraph and that the following
of HealthDon't the first of the week in Gaines IN, to the bent of his knowledge I. else arrives. This is refreshment. 1
ville visiting relatives and belief a tress ntnteinent And it's refreshment that into
of (he ownership, mnniiirement etc.. goes
( Neglect Them I Mr J. W. Healey of Augusta. of the aforesaid publlriitlon for the energy-quickly-pleasantly.
date shown In t h... above caption,
Nature dnlinod the kidney to da a Me., wife of Col. Healey of the
narvcloua job. Their talk. !I. to keep the required by the Act .of August :24. When finished knowyou've
you've
flowing blood Streamres of en exceae of Station Complement Camp Hlan- I9U. vmbodleil In .... !lon 44J. I'IIH- you ;.
toxle Impuritiee. The act; o( livln've ding arrived this week to spend till I..iwa and IteirulatlonN, printed enjoyed a drink made to a r
II..I/-Ia( constantly producing out on. 'the reverse of this form to wit: r!
In.uranceAmily matter the kidnap must remove from the winter and la located at the I. That the name and addresses, standard of quality, not to a standard.
the blood If good heath 1 U to endure. W. H. Hart home of the publlnher. .editor\ mannnrlnicedltrtr
function on Church St. and business of Folks the feel
When the kidneys fail to ae rnannirera nreiName price. country over
Nature Intended there I. retention of Mrs. Milton Brownlee and of 1'iibllnher, K. U Matthew
west that may HUM body-wide die- *. PitHt office uiulreHH, Starke, the same way about it. They appreciate I
trey On. may Buffer nagging backache daughter: Catherine spent the KlH
persistent hendeche.tta,.k.of dlumeem, weok-end here with Mrs. J. W. Name of Editor, 1to.. :\falth.wlI. the genuine. the _real _thing. :
getting up alfcbta. ewelllng, putflneee Pont office address. Stnike. Fin.NMtiu I
Ft Friend under the _feel tired .nervous all Brownlee.Mrs. < ot Managing. Kdrtor, I!:. L. Coke Coca-Cola.,
worn out. MutthewM. Post of flee I uddreMH.Ktarke ;
Frequent scanty or burning paeMgee Irene Johns of Mayo If ,'I., .. .
are eometlmee further evidence of kidney located here and Is employed at 2. That the owners" are: E. tj.
ley E. Johns or bladder dfoturban.ee.The Matthews HlBI-ke, Kin.' It'* natural for popular name lo acquire friendly ,, j
reeognlaed and proper treatment Camp Blanding. Mrs. Johns Is 3. That the known hondbohlerN.mortiraKeen. .
AgencyRKE tea diuretic.medicine to help the kidneys. the slater of Mrs. Lorenza Green. and other security abbreviation. That's why you hear Coca-Cola called
i get rid of "M..poisonous have body bed wute.Uee holders owning or holing I percentor Coke. Coca-Cola and Coke mean the same thing ..
Zftxm'e They more
Mr. and Mrs. Newn Alvarez
\ FLORIDA morn of total amount of homlN.mortMTftKet .
then forty year of public approve!. Are the real thing,. ."coming from ingle and ,
*. or othertseenritIes( are: a ( source, ',,,I
and Jackie have
| Kant: Call Street endorsed the country over. Ineut on son. recently
e 13Representing Doe..'.. Sold at all drug etorea.DOANS moved here from, Kingsley Lake None 4. That the two paragraph. well known to the community". I

and are occupying one of the Her- next above, giving the names. of ,
the owners .utOfkholderH, and He-
RAVELERS Hartfoid PILLS long Cottagea. Mrs. Alvarez is cllrlty hoklerH.. If tiny contain not ,
only' the lint of stockholders and "
a member of the B. II S. faculty. .
security holders an they appear up- .
Mrs. J. W. Andrews and Miss on the books of the company but 1

-,.,smmemtmnnlmitnnnnmtuni, ,unnmawsopiimuaoslm. :' ,unoamsmnanseoinsllunnaoamsenmi.' !, '!!, ,,., ] ., Jacqueline Andrews spent FridayIn also holder In or cn"security... whore holder.tint appears mock- ..

'Jacksonville. upon' the hooks of the company aatrimteo
OPPORTUNITYLearn ..r In any other fiduciary } .
Enos Hayes, Jr., of Jacksonville relation, the name of the person H "j
or uotporatlon for whom such trun- 7
the week-end here with his
'spent ten In acting,. IN iiclven also that I:
Tailoring If You Can Sew parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. W. the f>aid l two paragraphs containnfntpinenta
embrnclna" iifflnnfn full h
I Hayes Sr, knowledge, and belief n.. to the rlrctimntanceH ,
Well Good Pay 3 Everett :McKInney of Gainesville and conditions tinder .5 .r ,
which Ktockholdera and security
I visited his parents Mr. and holilera who do not appear. upon 3. il r

Mrs. A. E. McKinney here Monday rI
ApplyTARKEBLANDING afternoon.Cpl. I I

TAILORS i and Mrs. Clyde Powell left 51rs& Er r1''
Monday morning for Lincoln
(Ed Prince)
1 Nebraska where they will vlult 'S : _
\1'
Opposite Park Theatre 1 relatives for a few days before FOR ACID INDIGESTION r V**.',' 5s

j leaving for Texas where Cpl. i.I
..,."111"1.11I1111"0'1"11I1'01'0"0'11'111"11"1111I"1"11'11".11'/ ,,' '''' '' / ''''' '' '".''.'1'11''' '''''''''''' I,
Powell will be stationed. .'- .!

Boy and girl rrcreatlon and refreshment ;!

NAT SEZ Bus PrincipalTo There's two for company and two more The best it always r
: Address' Club for happiness and aatUfacrion. You know
the better I
buy
refrenhment'e tint name of courte. Every. I
Til lo of latent Kong hit: Woman's body knows Coke.
The Club will meet i
"
Jtr "Prta1Ke The .Lord And rams The Wednesday afternoon, Nov. 11, at 5QcCarpenter's

Anvnunlt Ion." four o'clock. In the club building.The IOTTLIO UNOII AUTHOIITY Of THI COCA-COIA COMfANV' SV '

'I don't Hen how anything could sided business over by meeting the president will be Miss pre- Drug( Store __- STARKE .COCA-COLA BOTTLING COMPANY __ \

better express the present moodof Evelyn Stump after which there ,

the AnM'rk'.an'peI.ple.. How will be an address by the guest

speaker Footer Shi Smith principal -
ever. there are aWl B few. who
of the Bradford County High
are not In the come yet but I'm School who will talk on School

hnpln' it won't be long before we and Defense Work. There will B. M. TENCH RETIRES

earn make It 100 percent. also be a talk by a representative

from the Red Cross

Mrs. E. L. Matthews Is chair

man of program and Mrs. Raw- From The Shoe Business

son J. Davis has the musical pro .

gram In charge. Hostesses: Mrs.

W. H. Nollman Mrs. Jo':. K. Ferry
\ i y4tA9Ant01o man MI'.. W. E. :Mlddleton, Mrs. s 5 s s 5 s s 5 s 55 5 s 5 s scl5 s s 5 5 s 5 s s 5 5 s 5 ,
A\\ Luther G. Powell Mrs. Hogan .

Smith and Mrs. Edward Burns.

ENTIRE STOCK-
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Mp vii. Freda hazel. Jourdan. Defendant
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ttr I OIIDKK ANI NOTICE OH1 I'l'HLIOATIOV TO AI'PEAIl NOW ON SALEAT
t HTATW OF FI-OKIDA to: Freda
Nt O I Tlaxel Jourdan. whoite residence In
,,701) North Court Street TuHoola.llllnoln. i
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You are required to appear on
December 7th.. 1942 la the above
named Court and cause, wherein
plaintiff seeks divorce. Bradford AND BELOW COST!

County: Telegraph shall publish this .
M Order I. next four weekly I..u" .
Witness my hand and official I seal .
at Starke. Florida this November "'

$ 3 a ash. AII Clerk of laid Court.
NSPIRATION ll4t 11-17 ;7 ; : '
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nch last 10* NOTHING RESERVED .

P61) at ifs bast. Be Quick To TreatBronchitis .'.'i".



;her tom and Hitching xclmanihlp >, l Everything Must Go! f. <

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com- 3iv _. ;
bronchitis If .
Chronic may develop
give you a your cough cheat cold or acute bronchitis viv\ '. .
hot inspired / r Is not treated and you cannot .
r ? fiord to takeacbancewtthanymedl-
"intlion.ternberg's. 'lr! cine less potent than Creomulslon .
which goes right to the seat of the
trouble to help loosen and expel germ ""
laden phlegm and aid nature to '
soothe and heal raw.!tender,inflamed B. M. TENCHGainesville

ANrjtJte ) bronchial CreomuUion mucous blends membranes.beechwood :

$6.95 creosote special procesawlth other
SNOTS time tested medicines for coughs.
It contains no narcotics.
No matter how many medicines
you have tried ten your druggist to Florida
sell you a bottle of Creomulslon with I
,
the understanding you must like the II I
way It quickly allays the cough permitting -
rest and sleep or you are to
have your money back. (Adv.. .
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Oct. 2 Green Cove 0 Starke 0 w:"
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' Oct 9 Lake City 24 Starke - :' .; ... 0 *. THIS SEASON, ALL YOU HAVE TO DO

Oct 16 G'ville 13 Starke 0 ii IS TO'PURCHASE A BOND DURING THE
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NOV. 6 - -- ST. PAUL (Jax.) HERE I :" r'f: GAME ABSOLUTELY% FREE OF CHARGE.

NOV.13 PALATKA (Tent.) HERE ';:-< ; Y SUPPORT YOUR COUNTRY AND \OUR
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,w NOV.20 _ JASPER ,: _ r r HERE BONDS!

NOV. 25 LAKE BUTLER (Tent.) HERE GEORGE fLYNN .
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; Jerry Schlitz Old Milwaukee Beer Kidd's Sinclair Service

Foot Long Hot Dogs

J ., .''.., Park Theatre I. ..: '. Bradford Engineering Co.
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, Sistrunk Feed& Seed Store ','; *: .j :}.,t '" J. M. Edwards
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Torode Chevrolet Co. ""' : ,' ,, '
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BMBKR':: : 6, 1942 BRADFORD COUNTY TKLKGltAPH. 8TARKK. FLORIDA PAOli SEVEN'

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'
o-- era Just outside our army camp, ,

doing their best to drag our son '.al ,.,..
K ,!M r' !'.hN'rvwlMIMiMIM''Idhhftlh' h +ttP' 1M ha:'ary!
to hell. Vice, booze and tobacco

fathleen Norris Says : ; : SUCCESSFUL have they so may weakened be powerless our soldiers before that the


enemies' hordes. Our cup of InIquity -

Will the Is so full that the Ileum
IIr Enemies Pay Piper PARENTHOOD la runningover the top. I

AMERICA HAS CONK ON A
Bell Syndicate-WNU Feature
DRUNK and God says "I will re- -4.epus eat 4S --

g turn to my place till they acknowledge -

( their offense and seek r t +
v Ir KHS. CATHERINE CONRAD EDWARD my face: in their affliction they r <

Associate ZdUec, rentU Ma.aslMI will neck me early" (Home 6:13): ).

Again God heara the voice of J Vt

earnest prayer for help to win
BEAUTY DURING PREGNANCY,
; L j I this
C war.In love and pity He
,
starts thin way; but as He approaches -
4' If have mix to coloring on
you are having a baby make to put your
the most of your looks 1 Many; women canvas. If your skin takes on a He hears His name
are prettier during pregnancy lighter shade you will also want spoken In "Curses loud and bias

than at any other time because the your powder changed. You can do phemles that turn the cheek ot q ,

1 I mystery which surrounds the production this at home by buying the small. darkness pale."

r of life often shines) in a est size in your favorite powderin Added to thin hellish reception,
woman's face compensating a color two or three shades light
as a
/ '
t the Heavenly Father Is met by
beauty. But this special fort' of er than you've been using and mix Vic, '
beauty needs a frame of exquisitely ing it with your old box until your coarse nudity, vulgar magazine.,

\ uTl cared-for skin of the most deli- skin .matched. Add Just a suggestion gamblers and brazen-faced men

cate make-up. Otherwise it is as of cream rouge. In tact It and women who puff clouds of tobacco

t1 if the owner of a priceless paintingwere is almost impossible to convey In smoke Insultingly Into Hit

rave to frame it in something words Just how little this should be, face. This In stifling to one KC
L5 ) meretricious. for artificiality of any sort is quite
pure and He turns away, leavingus
There is nothing;, of course, about incongruous. S..
? to battles alone and /
t u the natural state of pregnancy to In spite of what we've said about fight our ; /iYy l
Increased glandular activity, which do you blame lira? Listen, He
w \ t alter the foundation of akin care. It le
remains first and last, thorough among other things supplies more I has went you a message regardingthe N D

: cleansing. But because of the add- oil to the skin occasionally there Is I war: "Wash you, make you

ed excretory function of the skin, a tendency to dryness about the i clean; put away the evil of your .<
face and neck. Application of a
i'1 more than usual care will be needed
twice week doings from before mine eyes;; -
non-oily night cream a
\ to keep it clean. ought to remedy this condition. A ceuao to do evil; learn to do well;: Puck a Lunch That Gives Them a Lift
Try to allow time to give your- '
powder foundation which combinesa seek judgement, relieve the oppressed I
Below.
1 self a facial twice a week. This slight lubricating effect with pro- Judge the fatherless, plead (See Recipes )

\ will be a much simplified procedurefrom tection from sun and wind will be
/1o for the widow.
the usual beauty salon routine all the daytime help you'll need to Victory Lunch Box This Week's Menu

for the increased glandular activity preserve the softness of your skin. "Come now, and let us reason -

of your body will bring its But if you find that for the first together, naitii the Lord; though How's the vim, vigor and vitamin Lunch Box'Vegetable

own extra oil to your skin and step time in your life you have too oily your rins be as scarlet they shall content on the put-up lunches for Soup

up the circulation of the blood. skin go on a soap and water sched be as white ns snow; though theybe your school chllfiJ' Tongue Sandwiches
Therefore you can, as a rule forget ule. Two or three good washings
about lubricating the skin with a day may be necessary to keep red like crimson, they shall .C dren and defense Grated Cheese Sandwiches

rich creams and stimulating it with the pores free of excess oil. Don't, be as wool. If ye be willing and "= 'ti workers? You may Grated Carrot-Pineapple Salad

astringents and just concentrate on however, go after this oily condition obedient ye shall eat the good of not realize it., but. Devilled Eggs

a more thorough cleansing than with the zeal which those who the land; but If ye refuse and rebel lb' the three .v.." Fresh Pear "Honey; Brownies

dally care usually accomplishes. always have It must employ. If* ye shall be devoured with the ,1___ I have an Important' Recipes Given

.. .You may find that your skin Is a best not to use too strenuous measures sword; for the mouth of the Lord bearing on their

clearer color, at least for the first with a temporary .condition. hath It". (tea 1:16-20): ) Intelligence quo-
spoken how much the
Do realize
in Use liquid powder foundation, a ;you ever
few months. As the first step a tient for good well balanced food
make-up you will want a transparent tinted one of the sort which re- -Julia A. Shelhamer adult fit for family raves over your good homemade
powder foundation, not a, concealing quires very little powder over it to (Furnished and paid for by the makes both child and vegetable soup' Yes, they; do,
nt, not had to steal .nd hat and kill to secure OUT home and give one, but one that blends give finish to your make-up. Better Starke W C. T. U.) whatever the das may; bring. A and It will be especially; welcome in

rm ,he greatest advantages .h. world tan supply. I and heightens the natural tones of still If your skin takes on a special poorly; nourished body isn't receptive the lunch box:

your ckin. If you doubt that you glow leave oft the powder base and CARD OK THANKS to learning exposure, nor la It(
WHLEEN NORRIS have several colors in your skin use Just a dash of powder and lip. capable of meeting the intensive requirements Vegetable Boup. ;
STARTING NOW We wish to express our sincere 1 bone
ME of these hearting ask an artist how many he would stick. of physical or mental soup
This week Kathleen Norris gratitude for the many klndneiiaaa, work. X quarts cold water ,

days it might be tells about her conversation .shown us during our recent be- 1 cap chopped: enloa

to remember some with well-known columnist WCTU GLEANINGS reavement.-Mr. and Mrs. J. M Lunches should pull no punches 1 cup diced carrots) I
a Just because they; are compact, and t
out ourselves.e who believes that it is about HOMSEHOME Griffin und family It'. difficult to have as much varietyand 1 1 oyp sliced beans okra cut ,t
cup green
[ not a belligerent na-' time for Germany to break HELP: WIN THIS WAlt hot food as when you are preparing t cups diced potatoes I I

br one inclined natural- under the strain of withstanding (llerc'H How) the lunch In your own kitchen, S cops tomatoes) I

We have never had the ever increasing mightof FASHIONPATRICIA is no reason for skipping over the Wash bone and remove all loose,. I
Almighty as our Heavenly can
ps. the Allied armies; for us to lunch lightly, in the hope ;you small of bone. Cover with
I our splendid isolation, Father Is, He cannot win this war make up these shortages at dinner, pieces
begin thinking about the water and let simmer for two hours.
peace
and prosperity. Wept He would like This meal in the middle of the day
without
help.
that will your
follow our victory .D Remove bone from broth and cook
t had to steal and hate Whether that columnistwas Jy phc. to come to our aid but Is power should take care of a third and as of such the all vegetables until tender. Season.
food requirements
homes less to do so until we put away day's; meal of
1 to secure our right or wrong there i$ matter to be considered Salads make a complete
9s not a
i our children the greatest something we must do now Aathot of Sister M.M'. .... sin. "Behold the Lord's hand la lunch besides providing the day's:
lightly.
e.i the world can supply. We must begin to think and not shortened that It cannot save, ; quota of vitamins Neatly; packedin
I By MARY E. DAGCE Yes, It's a challenge, homemak-
neither is His ear heavy that It small waxed containers salads
ft are forced Into a roleh act in terms of the justice and DOWn bake the best cake
Author of Slater Mary's Kitchen.: cannot hear, but your iniquitieshave erst You may will retain their original freshnessand
| we were not prepared. kindness want that out a roast'
we peaceto In miles around or turn
Is than
Today there more reason between and I
separated you appeal;
t like It, and we mean to A better world I to behold or a dessert
represent. ever to take extremely good care God and sins have hid II that's proud
i Job as rapidly as we can your your I II I Vitamin Salad.
it not made over night, nor of house furnishings. Shortages are that's purely; ambrosial, but If you
will
His face from that He
1 decencies. you I spinach: leaves, raw
back U4
(o to our made inevitable by the fairest bound to strike throughout our : don't put up a lunch that :your childor cape
not hear". (lea. 69:1,2):
X tabJcspeen) chopped, mixed
whole and
we MUST get into the system many things ordinarily defense worker husband eats with

uble, it Is good, to know of treaties. easy to get will become Many people are praying, but I- f gusto, you won't get my vote for pickles

slow-gathering military quite unobtainable. Care is part of when God comes to answer those excellence U esip dice celery

j Is going to be of a power breaking anywhere, there was no good the conservation care of an article program will because double prayers. lie sees' and hears too Now, let's get to workl! Sandwichesare 1 teaspoon chopped enloaU

[[anything that human war- light. the length of its usefulness. much of what I. going on down a standby; but let's make them teaspoon salt

ever known before. It And then suddenly, like the crack. Blankets deserve good care. Theyare here. He sees the great crime something more than 'peanut-buttei 4 tablespoons mayonnaise:

e i us months-even :years ling and splitting of a lighted fuse, expensive when we buy them wave, resulting largely from the and Jelly or cheese between a couple 1 cup cottage cheese

r our full momentum, but came unbelievable rumors. Women and we all know that wool will be moving picture industry. H e slices of bread. Add pickles and celery, chopped

| our way to stop with balf- and men were talking to each otherin restricted Probably for the civilian best use. to care hears jazz music and dancing and I Sandwich Ideas. onion and salt to spinach and mix f 1

and we will not stop until the streets In downtown Washington for your blankets is to way protect them sees the night club, the brothel, Sliced or chopped hardcookedeggs welL Chill overnight in coveredwaxed

I and quarrelsome nations "Did you hear-It couldn't be while in use. If you have long the gambling den and the open i combined with pickle and paper container in refrigerator
(ughly convinced that their th.t' saloon. He hears the wall of heart Pack cottage cheese and
true-we heard' the Kaiser Is sheets you can make a deep turn- moistened with salad dressing.
1 not the right ways. abdicating-the Germans are talkIng over along the top: of the blanket. broken wives, and sees myriads of Sliced tongue or ham with mustard mayonnaise In separate small paper
And it's a good idea to use blanket containers to serve with spinach
of
I* Wealthy Nation. of a truce. lovely girls: led astray because or horseradish.
covers, too. Or can baste a mixture.Bright.
ierate, in America' almost And then headlines five inches strip of muslin over you the top edge of drink. He hears the piteous sobs tl tlI Liverwurst, mashed and seasoned fresh. Juicy fruits such as

"Peace peace at the blanket to make of ruined women and the hellish + with catsup.
ft of all the telephones and high. peace a protector.The oranges, pears, apples, bananas,
p systems In the world. We last!" blanket should be covered to a sneer of their seducers. Chopped ham chopped hard- grapes Individual

thirds of an the railways. That was after four years and depth of at least 12 inches so you God finds our resort cities given cooked eggs, minced green pepper, 4IIP.; IIII'fI'! ly; wrapped in
will need three-fourths of of
a yard
cooked salad dressing.
) aU but 20 per cent of all three months of war. during which material the width of the blanket to over to sinful pleasure'' and Sabi waxed paper will
cheese grated yellow
ITS. We of the English armlea bath-breaking,, with churches Cream the
produce 70 per cent time the leader make a protector. give a lift In

[ rId'. oil, 60 per cent of her had admitted that their "backs Speaking of sheets, you can add empty and theatres" -overflowing.He cheese chopped salad pimiento, chopped to J middle of the day r
dressing
nd cotton, half the great were to the wall. That was after six or seven inches to a 99-inch sheet pees caravan of female dem- green olives Then for variety's; '

upper and pig iron and 40 the enemy had taken much terri- which is too short for a good turn ons-Incarnate stationed in trall- moisten. t' sake'' ;you might '

I of the coal and lead output tory and possessed himself of oil over. Rip out the top hem whichis Ground corned beef chopped t have a pudding
usually three Inches and set on a and chopped ripe olives
CHURCH DIRECTORY OF pickle,
Ntries aft .
put together. wells and iron mines. That was hem packed In an individual
false
false hem. Make the blended with mayonnaise.
birds of all banking re- er Czarist Russia had capitulatedand four Inches deep. Your finished SERVICES Peanut butter and honey or cream paper container like this one:
FIRST BAPTIST
lare ours. The purchasing dropped out of the fight That sheet will be about 103 Inches long a..... A. H. ..1....._.. Palter cheese and honey. Apricot Cream.
V our population Is greatert was after one of our most famous approximately the same length as SUM N. W.I_' Street I bread. (Serves 6))
t of Washington commentators had informed 108-inch sheets. You know the Church School ':41 A. M. Meat loaf lettuce rye
500,000,000 Europeans. Morning Wor.hlp 11:00: A. M. too. This makes 4 egg :yolks i iM
length of sheets given Is the "torn" Have a hot dish
than that with her fresh resources .
I that of a billion Asset us B. T. U. ':00 P. M. ) cup sugar
Germany could fight on for length, meaning before hemming.The Evening Wornhlp 8:00: P. M. For top-notch efficiency: besides giving I
most important factor in the Wednesday Worship 1:00: P. M. the luncheon a hearty and substantial Juice and rind of 1 lemon

our young fresh college at least another five years. care of linen is the laundering. angle that your children or 5 tablespoons) bet water

> girls Inform us firmly; ;yet Last week I was talking to one of Sheets and pillow cases come un- FIRST MHTWOttlSTR defense-plant husband will welcome. H cup strained apricot pulp

ow and then, that the ayat our best-known columnists, a man der this general term of linen, too. **. ... C. Sowll. (...<.. 4 egg whites I
world If your laundry is done at homebe I3O: Church Street How to do? Simply use"a thermos
built comment 5 tablespoon powdered
this upon sugar
whose dally
stupefying: su- ; sure that all stains are removed Church Hchool 10:00: A.' M. bottle for soup or a hot drink or
r'' is somehow all wrong] events is used in more than a hun- before putting In the suds and do Sunday Worship 11:00 A. M. unwaxed paper cups and containers Beat egg ;yolks, add sugar, lemon

f ut yourself in the place of a dred newspapers. lie knows Germany any mending that's necessary be- Evening Young; People Worship 700 S:00 P. M.P.: M. For hot foods. Packing the kind of juice, water and apricot pulp. Cook

housewife or a Japanese ; well; for ten years he lived in fore laundering whether you send Wednesday Worship (.00 P. M.T. lunch your family can work on over hot water until thick. Beat egg

(ding these facts on a Sun- all the European capitals by: turns. your washing out or do It at home.If !71T1 should be your aim-an slm, whichIs whites stiff and add powdered sugar.

"lng' Would your heart fail In the course of a general conversation you send the laundry out find .'IIK'"% EPISCOPAL because Fold into cooled, cooked mixture.
IUe ts he said that he would be very the best laundry in the community. He*. Fred Y.r"_ a_... fast gaining prominence Place in refrigerator until thick and
you asked yourself of the plant or by
lost out
Make a list of every thing you Zed H. Cbvrek Street hours ;
Ie the people much In favor of America's adopting ,. Church School 10:00 A. M. Illness cold.
protected by send before you send it and then children from school by; .
eans, strong the Swiss method of military the Sunday Worship 11:00 A. M. Cookie with fruit or puddings poUlib
and tall and check it when laundry; comes Sunday Ev.nln..7.ISO P. M. mean sabotage on the'nutrition
and accustomed to a thou- training for boys after the war. I home. Friday Evening 7:3O P. M. front off the dessert course aad child

|vantages luxuries, posses- am not quite sure what that I.. but Roll fine linens like runners and Holy Day 10.00 A. M. or plant worker I* ready for an

Which MY people know noth- I believe that Instead of drafting all doilie on tubes. Then wrap in pa. .. Basque afternoon of real "productlon." Favorite
term they: take per and label the package. Napkins Pattern N., 8220-If you want a cookies made with
THESE the people of whom boys for a three-year FIRST PRESBYTERIAN! all honey to
Frock to out-charm all others, by
weeks only, that aren't In.dally use will Rev. c.... II. Allen Pear LYNN BAYS with the times
Carmakers have them for six a ;year ; keep In tune are:
made en- keep fresh If wrapped up in paperor 34e Nrtk Cherry ... means make this intriguing basque Ideas in Box Surprises areas
keeping it up for all the years between kept In a case. Store linen Church School 10:00 A. M. style with Its fresh white "dickey' a Honey IIr........
be 18 and 3d. Sunday Wor.hlp 11:00: A. M. bosom" outlined with rte rac braid. welcome in a-lunch box as on .
sure, we smoothly. It's a waste of time and .. (Makes X .. >
weren't ready Senior Cru d ':00 P. M. birthday. Try adding a few
>ay gloat over that. Someone picked up his phrase and effort to launder linens carefullyand Intermediate Youth (:00 P. M. Fitted snugly through the waist and a 1 package: .em.-....' chocolate
at They said hopefully. "After the war? Are then let them get wrinkled in Evening Wernhlp 7:00 P. M.e7' with a skirt which has gathered stuffed prunes (with cream,
over chip
that JUST A IXT- a crowded drawer Fullness over the hips this dress cheese honey and peanut butteror .
E LONGER. We never we talking of after the war? Be sure that linens are thorough. does wonders for your figure- dates) Just as an extra. It H rap sborteaUng .,

need of conscripting all Gradual Wearing Do_ ly rinsed when they are washed. KeY. The EnWAltnit. J. JM..*CATHOLIC hr.. paetvr points up the good features, plays will go over big, as will a few f eggs, beatentablespeenn
'g men Into armies, as they Clothes that aren't well rinsed turn Temple ........ down the bad. A good frock for salted nuts a bit of stuffed celery 1 strained honey
e never aw the need of He said seriously, "Yes. it Is almost yellow under the heat of the Iron Early )h.. '::00 A. M.JJIvlae gingham or chambray-with a whole carrots. H cop silted Sour
and
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and denying ourselves time for that. We are hammering and have soapy odor when used. I II. pique neckline. H teasDooo baking powder
so Sunday Mace I 00 A. M.
fronts. can't be too emphatic about the necessity Pattern No. 8220 is In Junior sizes Dress up lunch with a perky
money that we have now at a dozen war Week Day, if"" :OOA., M. 1 teaspeoo vaallla
I. and homes spent The results show very little. But of thorough rinsing. Every = 11 to 19. Size 13, short sleeves, salsd. They'll like cooked or 1 cup chopped nuts
camping and "rlna.thorough1y" take 3% 33 SB-Inch
soap manufacturer put yards or material canned green beans with cooked
trips and shows the steady strengthening blows are KI.fUHI.Kr L.KH BAPTIST chocolate and
and Melt shorteningover
frocks in the directions on his % yard contrast for vestee
be by the Allies ; Rev H. M. Till..., r..... or canned carrots with lettuce and
molded into bullets and deadly.; Even little gains package. Services Every Sunday 12 yards tic rae.Name. French dressing. Shredded cabbage hot water. Cool. Beat eggs
nd If these enemy nations are sickening news for the peoples Sunday School- 0 A. M. until lemon-colored and add honey

d lane leaders we never who have slaved and starved. BUS SCHKDCIH Morning Worship-ll, A. M. with shredded carrots, gradually;, Add sifted dry; Ingredi

have bad need of this roill- and who are grieving and freezing N.n....... taro: P. M. GOSPEL TAHBRNACLBFtlbl strips of green pepper; grated ents. Mix in chocolate, add vanilla
4:21 A. M. O'vllle only carrots diced plneappland' raisins
redness what the outcome School each Lord1 Day at
nor wondering and nuts. Pour into greased, waxed-
would now. P. M.
they. 10:00: A. M. 10:10 3' P. W. .. : canned peas, chopped onion,
must be, knowing that whatever the 1:03: P. M. Not by Ocala lined 8 Inch Bake
the E..an..II.tlG Service Sunday ,.. paper square pan.
ndh.tVt.Ctllwl
tune and Add *. Devilled
P. M. ...... bard-cooked: egg. eggs
will be
:
: B terms of peace are they 2-2 Ea. veninsr s.-If. .. \ 35 minutes in a moderate (370-:
P y the piper, than a year *:J5 P. M. 4e0 A. M. Klble Htudy Tn".day Evening are nice, too-with a touch of
kinder to them now : P. M. 7:20 A. M degree) oven.
r Dark i S3 1:15: -In Mleelon naiL for color.
Days: Recalled from now. and kinder a year from : P. M. ':10 P. M. Child ren'e Mlble Loimon Jb Choral paprika *
o't 1 be agonizing ':03 P. M. For 8t, Ul'u.lln work Wednesday 1 P. M. Name el paper Creamed meat or fish In the Cak Making? Spud /Makinf 1
too much swayed: by now than after five more Lisa; P. M. Lao: A. M.s..tbb..d Victory prayer Group Thursday hollow of a bun which has been Cookie Raking Budges Firing! llouu

rJ discour.ementa. News years of this." "' S-IS P. M 1 P. M. Pattern No____ .U.. out and the top of the karpiaff You name the problem and usapain
cheerful t 16 A. M. For Palatka Fvanl'.U.Uo Meeting Friday scooped
just wantedto Mi" Cnamotrt will
what we it. Lynn
ng lines now It I. run- Of course It was ':I$ A: M. w_...... night 1:15.CHvRC01. bun held on together with a tooth
ot strategic retreats hear but I don't believe be saidit U'Tllle only 1:10 A. M. Send IS cent. In coin (lot Is Try creamed dried 6e glad to five you expert advice good.
I
pick
.easing the enemies heavy for that. It seems to roe that JO:S6 A. M., each pattern deilred to.- write to Ae. inflating tll-dJrM,
; 3:30 A. H. or CIIHIITtlmrrr fish
K: ILT _i beef creamed sausages, tuna
they late Indicated it:4oNot: st4mptd mvtlopt for your reply, atNMipapr
facts ..
point after consider the Tally. Sp.clal PlrkBB. MlKle
M point when you byu'rille Bible Patricia Dow Patterns or salmon salad or creamed Weatera Union, :210 South
the ritu/lr" 10:00: A. M.
same article and a thousand lOtO: A. M.
thing in 1917t earlier in this P. M. ,
1:40
a Morning Wor.hlp, sa d The LorcS'. stuffed eggs. Despl.iaa Suee1. Chicago Ia.ele..d .
; We grew sick t of enemy; others like them It might very 6-26 P. M. Tlt P. U.O'Tllle Supper ... W. 11th S'.. New T.nk. M. Y.
'; only :.iOOW-;: by W..tera Newspaper" Union
there was truth. |:.0 P. M. I ':20 P M.
no sign of : possibly; be the 7.1 p. K. Tally. Special Thursday Worship T.30: r. M.


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< f '.'! r'n the last meeting It embrace the following described

1 t'LT' > Florence ,'1. DavisIit Circuit Court Monday LAWTEY RED CROSS was o'clock.decided At to hold I meetings ford properties Stats In of the Florida County. t ,-wlt.of :Uriult the feet dlvlllion I. l'Ounl}IIn II no, _"' .

i: :' \ ;; By ", it. Carrudine monthly instead of bi-monthly HE1* of. NEW'\ Ruction 20 Twp' .nllnUO'K point then,.: k'INNr',!!,
T 8. U. 21 E.. containing 40., 44t l.lh
fI" ( Mrs. Florence M. Davis 68 Circuit Court for the 8th Judicial CHCRI'1lSunday and to change the hour from 8 more or lean. In embraced Acres under to'r wolf "me'.feet. .I hen of V.
I1\I1IST
{\WTEY APPEALw or ,
Certificate ,
: i' '. '" '( died Nov. 1 at the State Prison Circuit convenes in the Brad- Nov. 8th--Missionary o'clock to 7:30: said All NET of No.NWVt\101.H of toad Serif I",, 110 n t Nn h..."n4."

(.1: I ; > Farm. Her[ body was prepared ford County Courthouse at Starkeat A rwlamv. ...,., fork Hud .. The' drive for 1943 dues began R..... 28 Twp. T 8, II. :SI K. bon."I. 1f kk 4hry.
J .... .
\, ",'' Day tk* lied ( r lu Hlarbp.frrparrd taliilux 21 Acre, more or less la i.uMt <> ru; Un:0
.ti
'' I'I I 'J\ ', ,1'<<, for builttl by le Witt C. Jones 10 A. M. next Monday. Nov. Sunday School at 10 A. M. br staff !M..b.r.. October 20 and will close with embraced under said c",itlflcut. No, ri'. I"",
ry j'J Clar- 9 with Circuit Judge A. Z. Ad- 11. OfferIng Armistice Day. However if all 105. Thep'IoM, Ih.",., 'Ih, ... )
yt and shipped to her home at Morning Worship at in
: ?I'k 1) Red Cross Volunteers cooperation KUi' of Lot 67 In North '.l l lenrnp
) q the Woodlawn F.axt
14th
( i'' I for burial klna presiding this month for Congo CoepelMinionof due are sent in by the Sec 1"' ::60 611 '
; t mont, N. H.. today. 20 Twp. I S 8. It. IS 10),. Containing 6 Neeeet' 4n4'uupt
Jf Com
I, "..jJ}A : : ytw' with A. J. Thomas Post will still be on the honor Aires, more le"1I In ''I' rl.
Africa. or embraced I t
r; Young People's Meeting at 7 I I mander-in-chief( of Civilian Defense roll will receive Its "Special Cer- under WW Bald of Lot certlfUato ST In Woodlawn No. It:*. I began ,. ..!V! ,h..

1 1 i.1 CLASSIFIED ADS I IJo"OR. P. M. are plowing ahead with the tificate of Most Distinguished 20 Twp B 8. K 23 "E.. containing Nec'l J. N ENNEny

y ( Evangelistic Service .at 8 P. M. task of convincing people that "it Service", and also a handsome I 6 under Acres Maid more certificate or less No.U embraced 16J. Fresh "{j afar eta, ylNn" 2Kp.r.rI .

tl Wednesday Prayer M.e o t ing. can happen to you." They are also picture of General Douglas Mac- Nof\ 8EK:\ Sec. 17 Twp. 7 8, I y
SALK!:--Modern 8-room reelp WANTEIJ.-.coupie (civilians preferred Bible Chapter Summary Assign making definite plans to take care Arthur to hang on the walls of U .2 E.. containing 80 Acres moreor
; business ) to live In home. Free, lees. In embraced under mild err.tificate
deuce: Good propertyand of the when it does hap
y ment, 1 Thess. 2.COMING people the Hall. No. 341.
and home. Good street. Write rent In exchange for care of pen. Extensive plans and train SWW of SWVi Sec 31 Twp 7
Itw two small children. Broward 8. It, 22 E..
Box 431-D : EVENTS ing courses are under way to VANDERBILT containing 40 Acres
Strickland, phone 467 Camp Union Thanksgiving Sunrise work more or lees U embraced undersaid
It train volunteers for active Norman certificate No. 881.
i FOR SAL.B-new 2-bedroom modern Blandlng or write Box 281-G Service. Both Methodist Church with Civilian Defense. There Is a By Miss Velma The assessment of the Halt prop-

+' with latest equipment. Route 2, Starke. Itp and Baptist Church joining. This erty under Maid certificate No. lul
r? t home place for everyone! and a job Mrs. P. M. Norman and granddaughter WaN In the name of Umpire Lum
t t q Garage attached; 15-year FHA WANTED Experienced womanto year, meeting to be held in the waiting for you. Within the next Miss Velma Norman, ber Co.: the anH......m..n. of nuid
e loan. Address :f. O. Box 723 ten Civilian! Defense will after sev- property under laid certificate No.
days returned spending
do uniform alterations. have 105 In the
j a, Apply Baptist Church. wan name of Mrv. U. A. *
C Y: 4 Starke. "P Standing Tailors. at Blanding Pearl Harbor Day Dec. 7, have offices set up in the Armoryand eral days' In Tallahassee with Mr Uubuv; the under assessment of aid
property said
certificate
a of the county will Norman and family. No.
Center. ltp Reading of letters from and survey and Mrs. G. C. Iti: wan In the name of W. K.
FOR SALE-Two model light begin. This survey will make pos- While there' they made several Turode.; the assessment. of said WAR
for each of
,, pick-up trucks in A-1 condlI11tt WANTED--House cur. Must be prayer Lawtey's men fOible an organization of everyman pleasure trips into Georgiaand property under said certificate No. INSUR
In
y In the service. Further announcements tee wan the name of Unknown;
1 J r tion. Terms.. Bargain. Address bargain for cash. State price later.MKT1IOUI8T. woman and child In the Alabama. The i",H mimeiit of said property

P. O. Box No. 43, Starke, Fla. and description. Address P. O. county and will enable everyone Mrs. J. W Knight and little in under the Bald name certificate of T. J. Aldermani No. .341 was the FACTS..tvPROPERTY

4c lip Box No. 43 Starke Fla. ltpWANTEI CHURCH OP to know what to do when disaster daughters of Jacksonville were assessment of said property Hinder
/ I LAWTKYKey. strikes. Since Bradford said certificate No. ,,163 wan. In the

k EGGS AND HENS for sale dally. : ) AT ONCE-Room accommodations -' Herbert Haizard I'aMor. County la classed by the Govern visiting friends here Friday. name UnlHHH of Maid Unknown.certificates shall be OWl

State Road 13, for telephone ment critical due the redeemed according to law. the
i4 --E. E. Wawlln. Sunday School at 10. as a area to
at v glrl .--Call Mrs. Poyner, South- Thief Gets $40 propvtrtlea deHcrlbvd therein
3 mcL I. north of Waldo. 11-6 4tp Morning Worship at 11. Sub- Naval station l in Jacksonville, Hold to the hlKheat bidder atllthe '

cm Bell, Starke. It ject "The Apostles Creed." Camp Blandlng, and other mil. From Camp Diner day Courthouse In- the door Month on the of first I>.ecember.Mon. Is You CA@pl; ,

t ; > FOR SALK-1942 Ford pick-up, WANTED: Experienced!: drivers Youth Felowship at 7:30.: itary objective, it has become 184*. which la the 7th. day of under your present,:

'fi> I- ; excellent condition, ft good tires.J. for bus operators; Bottled mar- Evening Worship at 8. Sub- necessary that we have active Sometime between 2 o'clock Uereinber Dated thin A.... D.6th.1948. ,day, of Novem ante policies if your, .

J' N I ,, J4 .- M. Edwards': Phone 94. tf ried men up to 50 years of agepreferred. ject "Temptation." Civilian Defense and Disaster and daylight Thursday rooming, i bar A. D. 1842.(11FFLCIAL is damaged or des ''
I plans and practices at once. Na- SEAL) A. J. Thomas enemy attack
.
ll Good I.
pay.'Apply
Missy is back. 'Mls y' David a thief entered the Camp Diner Clerk Circuit Court of Bradford
i IF YOU WOULD BUY OR SELL L. Brantley, Co| Orange Linen tional Red Cross has designated County, Florida 11-6 4t 11-27
Lemuel Shuford has returned on Call St., and rifled seven music Z.
milk cows stock cows beef Garage, Sta rkc. ltp Jacksonville as the only head I You CAN
catUe, stock bulls or hogs get after spending several months at quarters on the Atlantic Seaboardfor boxes on the counter and a pin NOTICE FOIl THE <'I.OM1\ OK A home busmest pLm! ]
CKHTAIM ''
AREA I* '
I
,,, In touch with J. D. Odom. Jr., WANTED!: Men for conductorson Croiw City building an airport for clothes and surgical bandages.This ball machine. The Intruder was 1IUAUKOHU ('OI'NT'' .:"IOV. KLUH1UA. AM- I contents from lose
,'' Bex 247 Staike; Box 204 Lake buses. Married men be- his uncle. He' is now employedon precaution haa been taken just getting ready to break opena TO T M K TAKING OF : enemy attack if you

{ City; Telephone 481 Lake City. tween 18 and 50 years of age the Crystal Lake Project. only in the key cities. of the Paci- cigarette vending machine witha AND sawn FilM ANIM4I.N.IlIoAMINUNI""L O/tMK IIIIIKM.!
Thai4 Auction market every Thursday preferred. No driving exper- Jack Balles of West Palm I fic Coast and In Jacksonville.Does meat cleaver, obtained from Under authority of "cUon 7. Chapter durance

t on all classes of live stockat ience necessary. Apply I. L. Beach was In Lawtey Monday It seem logical that they the kitchen when he was evidently 1929.13644.notice Law la of hereby Florida.given Acts that of

Lake City at 2:30: P. M. Brantley, Co| Oranges." Lines visiting Mrs. Balles' mother, Mrs. would have taken this precautionand scared away. on and after November 20. 194J.: 3s You CANHOT,
Mae B. Wells for a period of five yearn, the fol.h.wh.1I'
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Garage, Starke. ltp the expenses Incurred In such T J. McCann, proprietor estimated described area In Union War Damage(
T; y FOR' SALE-Uaed L. C. Smith We are advised that another an operation If it were not con- that the thief took about and Bradford Counties, Florida. will durance against nut i
typewriter in good condition. HELP WANTED-Bookkeeper. Lawtey boy Is In the middle of sidered vitally necessary? be cloned, to the taking of frameunlmalH '' after it occurs.
Part-time Guidon Grill. It $40. It seemed to be a clever frame bird, and fur bearing -
See J. C. Hobbs at job. the South Pacific
$30 canl fight. Troy C. H. Nasworthy, D 1 s aster anlmaUr
trick since the robbery was com
t new Health Center on Church Loadholtz son of Martin Load- Chairman of the Red in Beginning at the Koutheant Corner 4.
WANTED: TO UUY-House trail Cross mitted early on the morning that of Section 9. Township 5 Mouth. You CAN bay,
a St. ltp er.-Guidon Grill Staike.' ltp hoi tz, let reported to be on Guada- close cooperation with the officeof the check-up is always made. Range 22 .East In lh'adford County; Damage Corporatin I
thence North
canal. running 11,800 feet;
Civilian Defense will have
an thence West ance at rates so modem|
However, a finger-print specialistwas 1.3JO feel; thence
FOR RJo.NT-Room: furnished for WANTED TO BUY-Frying or Lawtey had the pleasure of active organization going by next called in North 1.320 feet; thence Went 10. you cannot afford to bt f
} Thursday accordingto
4 r light housekeeping $12 monthIn roasting chickens and turkeys, playing host to one of this war'smany : week, which should Include every Police Chief A. L.. Alvarez i 60 thence feet Went: thence 2.640 South feet 1.320; thence feet; out it. For examplt,lilt

1 i advance. Adults only. 2 live or dressed, any number. Also celebretieg two weeks ago able-bodied man and woman whoIs who have interesting hr..et\\ .1.520 feet; thence South for dwellings ando
'. miles east of Starke. Take left- milk fed veal. We pay mar without knowing t 11. Charles not serving with the armed may some 1.7611 thence West 1.320 feet: )I' 10< per $$100 of i u
reports to make later. thence South 3.980 feet; thenceWest ,
tlj a 1 hand dirt road after passing ket prices. Guidon GrUJ.1t Dlnklns, son of Mr. and Mrs. PaulL. forces. You will be called on to 1.320 feet: thence South 1.320 I year.Forparirsi.iki..
Iw'N; ,' 'r ;, new bridge, come to Brookalde Dinkins, spent day with his take your place in this organization. Everything was left In dis fret; thence Weat 3.520 feet to the 1
County line also to New
: River the
MALE: HELP order-all music boxes all
X Farm take left-hand dirt road WANTED family two weeks ago accompanied Our Army Navy, Marine open division between the'two countlen.thence ; / ./ii,
1t I P second house on right.-Mrs. S. RELIABLE MAN 35: to 65 with by sailors Hoban and God- Corps and Air Corps are fightingon tools which had been taken from 1.760 feet In Union. County. I I wrili m/tt/rp/

7z\ r'I' F. Morgan Route 2, Box 255, car to supply satisfied customers bold shipmates of Charles In the every front in the world. Can I the kitchen lying around the ThU the point Southwest la theSoutheact quarter of cornerof the

b Starke Flu. 10-30( 2tp with world famous Food Navy. It seems that not so long not we, here at home back them j place and Mr. McCann thinks Northwest quarter of Section It In
who knows the of Union and Bradford Counties;
Products In Bradford someone lay
County. ago Sailor Hoban was on convoy up at least to the extent of protecting I thence running North 1.820
FOR RENT-2-room house, also Experience unnecessary. Per. duty to a northern port and was our llljle homes, city and the land perfectly Is the culprit. thence West 1,640 feet: then"J I
_.
's rooms in home.-L. L. Conner. manent work plus good Income attacked by enemy bombers. This county by training for Civilian NOTICE- -OF"- -APPLICATIONFOR -\- feet North; thence 8.980 feet North; thence 5.280 feet West: thence 1.320 H. c. WA |

}; Go to Hellbronn Springs; take assured producer Write J. U. boy accounted for four German Defense? TAX I>KK.ISrnatv Went 1.320 feet; thence North 1.640

left turn 2 miles out. 11-6 2tp Lewis, co J. R. WatkIns Company bombers and we knew nothing II NOTICE( IS Bill HEKEBYOIVEN.No. 183) feet South: thence 1.320 Went feet; .600 thence feet West: thence 2-j I AGENCY!

r h, Memphis Tenn. 10-30-3tp about it when he was here. Who Legion To MeetThe That F. M. Packham holder of 640 feet; thence South 6.600 feet; '
1 Tax Certificate. numbered reupcct- thence East 1,820 feet; thence South
1'Y'' fvl FURNISHED A :P ART M ENTS, NOTICE:-Parties are warned to says a U. S. Sailor talks? Ively, :No.' : 10S. 162. 163. 841 and 2640 feet: thence Want 2.640 feet; PHONE 14'l '
1 : 41Oh
r r Waldo 14 ml. south of Starke Mrs. B. F. Jackson and daughter Jones-Langford-Whlte Post 363 2nd, d September thence South :2,640 feet; thence
keep out of my yard. Come to A D. 1940. hall hl.d sameIn Kant 3640 feet; thence South a.-
1 and 2 hot Mrs. Bob Ann In of of the American Legion will hold Starke. -
rooms. Electricity
the front door if want Mayo, my office and has made application 640 fe.et: thence Kant 1.320 feet;
water, inner spring mattresses, you any. spent Wednesday shopping< In its regular monthly meeting next for Tax Deed to be lamed thence South 1.820 feet: thence
thing. The Sheriff told me to thereon Went 1.320 feet; thence South 3.-
Frigidalres. $25: per couple, per protect what belongs to so Jacksonville. They returned to Tuesday night. Nov. 10 at. 7:30: Bald certificate respectively no feet; thence Southeast 8.960

month. No children or pets.- me. Mayo after a weeks' stay with D : .: ..
I will shoot on sight. I - - - -- - -
Mr.' Maude Wesley tf mean I Mrs. Frank Camp, another'' daughter
just that.-D. E. Johnson 337 ,
t of Mrs. Jackson. Mrs. Jack-
ti, ; N. Church St., Starke. 10-30-2tp
FOR KKNT son was formerly in business at

FlHlrpartmentll NOTICE-The purse which was the Gulf station.

FurnlMhed< Clean 6 Mile From advertised has been identified App. Seaman Johnnie Casque

.t'9 4 Starke and turned over to the owner. of the U. S. Navy. Norfolk, Va.,
5"y } Low Rent blew In town -
"' Southern 10-cent Store. Itp I Wednesday looking .
W. T. CLUTE REALTOR I every inch a sailor. Johnnie has o

119 E. Call St., Starke YOUR COMPLEXION need pro- been In the Navy just three weeks rO

+tw tection. Luzler'a fine cosmetics and was fortunate enough to

LOST-1 Jersey cream cow and and perfume. Distributed by enter the service just when the ) .;' '
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+. calf, marked crop split in rightear Mrs. J. G. Llnsln 426 N. Walnut. "boot" period of six weeks was .. .. ". '. '.. ... :, ,.,:.,-,1 .
and under bit In left \ -
crop Itp reduced to three. That Is the ,. .
ear. wt 500 Ibs., 8 yrs. old- period of initial training under- ., ::-tJ>'-' ;

r' Carl' McKinney, Rt. 2, Starke SPECIAL NOTICE: Will exchange gone by all recruits. ,
11-6 2tp lot with electricity and

t water in all white neighbor. 1
Celebrates AnniversaryMajor
LOST-"Prince Gardner"
purse hood for cows hogs corn. Wm. .
containing $150 and valuable F. Cone Three Friends Barber Samuel Perlman of the
r Identification cards. Return to
4'': I Shop. 11-6 Itp Dental Corps at Camp Blandlng .
Staff Sergeant Kenneth 1. and Mrs. Perlman celebrated their

RUSH, Medical Detachment. Station BOARD AND ROOM-for B I men. fifteenth wedding ann 1 v ersary --S-!; ,, MICKEYS CAFETERIA

S r Hospital Camp Blandlng, Good meals See Mrs. Emma with a dinner at the Guidon Grill : <

for reward. Itp Lamoreaux, Hampton Fla. Itp last Friday night. Those present 'b1 c; ''.

with the honor guests at this surprise :! LOCATED IN BLANDING CENTER STARKE FLORIDA
event were: Capt. D. Z. :.;.}.,. f
Mattresses Work Guaranteed Berger Lt. Palmer '.r
+ Peterson. Lt. .
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v /// Joe Marsh and colored. "I A La Carte Service 9:30 Till 11:00


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4r THE 'i : Saturdays Open From 4:00 Till 12
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h Y.r 4 i Tasty PHIBW- house got struck by blind pigs. Bat today it's coming CITY TRANSFERWE ,\ Continuous Service

rya} lightnla'a couple of Bights ago The right back to the treasuries of the '. : .

kitchen chimney was knocked off nation the states and the local HAUL ANYTHING "'1'1." mIIIWWIIIYIYNIIYNIINII/nIWNYWWYNNpIIWIIIYNIWUNIWIIIWIIYWII' / ''' ''''' ''''''''111NYIIlYNIWIYWNWWXIWIIIWMIIWIWMNNNNWIIWWINWNINIMNnmNIY'''''' .. .! '''''' ,YIAAWWIIAfN.. \ uWINNaIIWIUYnsNNIbF' .......
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isj' n"ybod.. 1 ANYTIME ; Fresh Homemade Soups Bowl, Five Cents
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thanks to the prompt; and et lclsntwork for the things*Uncle Sam needs to _I': ,. ,....-....
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department fight the war with for tank Owned & Operated By

"i .. the paper says...and Thad.I never and ships and bombers.QolU MALLORY C. THOMAS \ \{ .: Fresh Vegetables, 5c Per Dish No Increase In PriceOf
seen a man so grateful as .
a lot; pea for things like : :-
Chief Ed of -< r' ';. Salads or Meat Orders
Carey sort
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I l Special Orders and
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ford Bikini Pow4r. Can toll 11_... I
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when a lot; of that money. went kfJt does, look worth .... alutl nMCi ,
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