Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: November 20, 1942
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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No Gas NeededWith Truck Owners Auxiliary Wants

Disaster SetUpTo City Liquidates Plans
any Get Certificates ; Broken ToysAt Complete

Practically all truck owners a meeting of St. Mark's'

/2C Average. Be Studied have filed applications for Certificate $10,000Of Auxiliary, held In the Rectory! For Union ServiceThanksgiving

of War Necessity In thin Wednesday night it was decided

county, and many have already to' sponsor a drive for the collection I

Market Here November 30 received their Certificates, states Bond DebtAs of old toys which, will be

Mi', Dyer, County AgentJ whose repaired and given to underprivileged .*

office the applications were pre children at Christmas

auction sale at Readiness for disasters resultingfrom pared. of November 1 the City of In response to the President's

'the re pecan Farmers Market last natural causes, expanding The ODT office, Mr. Dyer says atarko retired $10OOO of ,Ite time.Mrs* Milton St. Peter was named appeal that Thanksgiving Day

, approximately five tons of war Industry or enemy action will evidently did not realise how biga bonded Indebtedness H. A chairman of the drive and Nov 26, be a day of National

v ere sold at an average of: keynote a Dtaaster Preparednessand Job they were putting oa the Bishop. Council Chairman announced Mrs. Glen Duke will serve as co- prayer, the Starke Ministerial Alliance

I cents per pound according Civilian War Aid Institute County Agents! office, ..where the yesterday "If we have chairman. People who have old announced special services
good luck-if people will come up toys on hand are asked to notify
Agent L. T. Dyer. 4. sponsored by the Bradford County force was alreadytaxed to the which will allow all who desireto
unty and pay their taxes," Mr. Bishop! Mrs. O. L. Beasley telephone 07.
satisfactory. Chapter. American Red Cross, to limit when theywere requiredto fulfill their and
sale was very said, "the City will be able to The will be collected by patriotic duty
toys ;
be held here assist the owners to fill
and It has at- Monday, November truck} at the same time their
stateS, a express
yer 30. pay off another $10,000 by January the Boy Scout and Girl' Scout
out their applications.
from ad- grateful thanks
to God at this
d pecan growers 1. I believe In paying debts o '&anlzaUons. who will also assist
g counties who have brought Finn! plans for the institute are The Certificate( of War Neces while the paying Is good." he the Auxiliary In repair work. season of the year. Special

Iwre for sale. complete according to E. K sity being received vary consider said. "We have an Income now--, Thanksgiving services will beheld
Perryman Chairman of the local ably. according': to Mr. Dyer. He at 8:30: o'clock Thursday
L n can& should be brought and now is the time to pay up."
Market before '1 P. M,., Mr. Red Cross'Chapter; wh6'hnnouno-- Bays while sotnb are' being cut to If the City reaches Its goal and Tenants May Sue morning, In the First Method

f ww', so that all may be tld that Miss Gladys Evans, Disaster DO percent of the' mileage and gas retiree another 10.000 by the church of Starke and the preacherfor

led sad tagg l' before' the Field Representative for the they have been Using others were first of the year It will leave the occasion will be the Rev.

'about 2-4 M.id EasternArea; will come. here to cut 50 percent [and some even to only $42,000 bonded Indebtednessof Fred Yerkes of St. Mark's) EpisCopal

gins conduct the Institute. "' less than :2,5.percent of their usual long standing, which Is not On Many Counts church.

Judge Perryman stressed the needs due or payable until 1949. Then Special music Is being arrangedby

d Workersd vital Importance of preparednessso there is another $50,000 due the Wm. L. Duke supervisor of the the combined church choirs of

that prompt and adequate relief Government for recent improvements Galnesvllle-Starke Rent Control Starke under the direction of

may be administered In the Kerosene Coupons to the City's water and Office states that be' has received Mrs. L., A. Canova, ''and practice
event of disaster "If well will be held at the First Baptistchurch
d Of Hours you are sewage system-but the City has a number of. reports indicating
no problems of gasoline organized and prepared In advance 30 years in which to pay this that some landlords for on' Wednesday night of

to distract her attention from her for any emergency you Ready: Soon amount, which is to be paid out one reason or another and thinking this week at 8:30: o'clock.A .

ler date of Nov. 3, 1942 many Red Crown. duties. Mr. have the Jump on human miseryand ; of water receipts and on which that they are acting within request is hereby made by

Glen Duke pedal. about town, suffering. Once the catastrophe W the interest is only 3 percent. Interest the Starke Ministerial Alliance for
Commission the law, charge a weekly or
|card of County late On Tuesday and Wednesday ail\1 businesses to remain closed
taking a leading part in many occurs. it's too he Monday on the $10,000 Just paid monthly rental In excess. of the
dressed the following letter Civilian Defense nativities. At concluded. 'Nov. 23. 24,and 23, the was 4 3-4 percent while that on maximum rent as shown by registration until at least 9:30: o'clock Thanksgiving

county road maintenance the present time she la organizing The Institute will provide an local Rationing Board will be the $10,000 to be paid soon is In the area office. Day so that all who wish

yea: a Red (VONS Motor Corp. intensive review of the Red Cross closed in order, to review applications 6 percent.In to do so may' have an opportunityto
for and fuel oil. This Is a violation of the share In this National .
kerpmuFie. observing
of for
Ifcctlve this date work- plan disaster preparedness addition to retiring thesebonds I
your "and the
law. Mr. Duke stated,
'All who.wtah to apply for Day of Prayer. Let us
members of the Local Committee. the City recently paid off
will be follows: 8:00(
ours i as : Rotarians Hear I fuel t public should know that where a
oil and motto has
kerosene and have prove that America's
will be
Consideration given its entire debit for the
12:00: Noon, actually on newstreets been for
to I tenant has overcharged
not done so,: ihouia submit theirappUcatlonshrougji' not become "Pass the Lord and
Disaster of the
to the
allowed for not only operation Just paved totaling approximately
b. no time go- ( three sucesslve months, he may "
the mall not Praise the Ammunition, but that
r coming, 12:00 Noon to Explain ProgramAn standard Red Cross disaster setup later than 'mldntjjht, Nov. 23rd. $16,500. Pay'' your elect to sue three times for $50, we still remember our supreme
developed through 61 taxes not later than January
allowed forlunch
M. of action
P. .as upon three causes and
experience, but also to the details The Board will be open begin.fling 1 so that the City will be able to and complete dependence on
to 4:30: P. M. actually on Red he three times for
explanation of the Thursday Nov. 39. and all or may sue need for the leadership of God.
with of while the
of cooperation out debt
Chapter get money
b. Cross Disaster Preparedness Program for treble the amount of the over this service will
who have applied The offering at
the Office of Civilian Defense and is coming in! )
actor operator and bridge and a general appraisal of the Office of Defense Health and kerosene and fuel oil should call charge. Each payment of rent go to the Florida Children's

Ben will pick up such ma- the value of the Red Cross organization chair- at the Boar 's office In the at the excessive price constitutes Home.

.a i are needed such as oil to this country were Welfare. C. H. Nasworthy Armory building and receive their Perry Family a separate cause of action according
of the Disaster Preparednessand
bie. tools etc.. and actually features of the Rotary Club man said. ration coupons. No kerosene or Leases Residence to the opinion of Bron- '

i the Job at 8:00 A., M. and meeting held, Wednesday. Defense Committee fuel oil will ire sold after midnight .MacCheaney, assistant general Control( Police
Since Clara Barton' first re Each of )
main on the jOb until 4:30: Southern counsel. cause action
Congressman R. A. Green was a Nqv, 23 B. C. Perry 'new
lief effort, in 1881, the American I : Is for three times the overcharge ,
for ths 80 minutes
except featured. speaker and reviewed depot agent at Theressa. recently
nch.. Red Cross) has given aid to sufferers or for $50, whichever Is
the wonderful work that the RedCrose'baa Bowldrome.Events moved his. wife and family toStark. Qv nJoMayort,
ese hours will' beobeerve( :: done in .,jeli.vingsuffefhtg In more than 3,050 disasters ., and leased the residenceOf' greater, plus reasonable. attorrtey'tfubeahd .

tollowprg..dW4rterl. .ill'all and has expended more than Stir, Interest K.">.I ..Williams on the CO"e'of koala,, '
; 'Ir
work except'
Saturm ) -
i_ ,day A $ .5OooOoA .litetllelgettay: +'r ltf t ;1 )
the matter
Duke explained
parts ,oCChat, tserld1L4'Wat introduced ,1 Cbtlrch and Washington streets. Ifr, According, to H. A. Btshep.
| ""leli. day-work.ill'beN' .by Judge. K. K. Perry- and rehabilitation.'" Mote' than ThY, Bowfrom -Blanding Miss Peggy Perry who. will 'be by ,the following example: Chairman: ''ri-change was made at
I I.-OO: A. MUant afI'tffon l $100.000.000 of this total lice been Ceoeshs.ygjesf.'ebsmpknnihip rent,, la r
""Viae ,sophomore Florida Southern "Assume th./masimu.
ma Shl'w. iqc .,lblrpsdCounty \ "' a the City Council Tuesday night in
+ spent Hi tnVpaat'23: f ertl9.'lrludelk. contests' this<. ell:. Bradford Is
the--Tritctftf!,';Opejns>-- Chapter'C. I College Lakeland after Christmas l $10 a week and, the the management cf the Police De.
fires l._ and wind storms account County,vs/Camp .Blanding., Tues- will spend this week-ind, at charged $12 a week, for seven ,
21! clean and oil the: machine, H.v Naaworthy,county for than 8 percent of ,all ,the Class A contestwas
more day night i home, Her brother Earl Perry, different .week. He has) seven of and
10' Ii 'of Disaster Preparedness,, employing supervision
dty afternoon, that Mr. Nasworthy '
natural disasters. select the-
held to championman of action each for $50
is in B. H. S. causes
that a junior discharging members the police
the are now
|operate full time:. Saturdayn. outlined plans declared., and woman -bowler. Wednesday plus attorney's ten and costs
being made to cope with any disaster The Perrys came to Stark. force was turned ,over to the
Bridge repairmen: will Florida is one of the states night saw' a contest for Another tenant whose maximum
that might'come to this from Jennings; where they have Mayor His is also the responsibility
non trucks and tools Satur- section as a'result of the war in moat frequently visited by catas mixetf-'doubles-men and women, lived for the past 12' years Mr. rent Is $65 a month is charged of paying what they are
trophe. In the past 20 years 50 while' Thursday night V the. ClassB $85 for a month for. two or tbre..ucce..ive said. He Is
a worth. Mr. Bishop
|afternoon before"gettldg off which we are now engaged. He Perry owning a grocery store
contest for 'men only
He has two
struck this area months.
disasters have .
e i day called on Rotary members. as filling station and having the not only mayor, but also pollc.jud&e.
held. Prices were given of each
affecting thousands of persons was or three causes action r
there .
leaders in the town. to assume Greyhound bus agency ,
ire has been considerable who required" Red vCros. assistance every event. Many of the local Con.$60.
their responsibilities as. chairmenof They sold their business when' he Hitherto all this has come under
tit* from,, the tax"'payers in their effort to return..:to girls entered the contests.,
various ''disaster commit accepted the Southern agency atTheressa the direct'supervision of the City
> the hours. of work and it the, *r lf\ > normal life. The Red Cross has The winner of the ladles' Class three months ago.. Formany.'years'he Blanding; Choir CounoU,',but ,.t its' meeting it
eveeL strict'Observanceabove ;4ees.v $7,737,000 In A ,contest was Dot Gray. with, a
> ,, spent,, more than > : .had beent"erttrhagent" vested tl(.*e' powers< In Mayor L.
will satisfy all con- "A. J. Thomas 'commander.tchief aiding the people of Florida. score of 430; e a o nd. Lillian here and there over Htaatd'Sunday': A. Canova. Hence, all complaints
of the Civilian Defense setup with 415 and Cal
with the additional menaceof Sternberg ; .is should sent to him Instead of
and the Now Georgia and Florida, but now William T. Hoffmeyer be
will be In charge Keene I with 403. Meal Dresserwas Chaplain
Ousting and talking withy war, the Red Cross has reached permanently located at Theresa.. ; and a 20- the City Council.
chairmen will take orders from the winner of the Men's class delivered sermon
on the roads or on the both nationally and to make Starke
agreement and they expect 1
from Camp
him."- Mr. Nuworthy stated. He A 'contest with',r swore of 676. voice male chorus
acid cease and the Road locally with the Office of Civilian their home; at
outlined the committees as fol. Art ManassatwaarsacoAd with s Blanding furnished the' music Davis Auditing ,
should not stand Idle for Defense and the Office of Defense
lows Off! Mtallel: '. BID Gerlach an Interesting," helpful and well-
{considerable time' while the Health and Welfare Services score R J E Students at the Methodist County Books \
with 529. attended service .
rU running in fact it should Survey. Jos E. Wilson; chair so that there will be no third -. \

Pt busy moving all the time. man.. Duty is to survey the affected weak spots or duplication.or' ef Last Sunday L3-man:team of Sell War Bonds Church Sunday Hammond night. D. Blrks, Rawson Davis), employed with
,to, Jacksonville Colonel
working hours. area Immediately after the fort. bowlers traveled the State Auditing Department

r occurrence so that correct information where it' came>LIlp against "the At a rally held Wednesday commanding officer of ,the 120th gof: a teal "break" when ,he was
Country 1* at War and may be given to Headquarters Under these agreements, baste best bowlers In the State of Flor nlgh ,,No". 11. the R. J. K. colored Infantry is the sponsor, and'Chiet tent to "the old home town", this
Brand le for the protection p
1 hit>1 everyone expected as to help responsibility ida.", The local team composed school went over the' top In Warrant Officer M. week to spend some1 time auditing
best at.all 'times. Our and'ca.re of the civilian the male
welfare of
i H. Dennis, of H. A. Manassa Bill Gerlach its War Bond and Stamp drive Burt. is the Director the books of the various
must be Rescue. resultIng -
maintained in emergencies Itself
at the chairman. Hollngaworth, population and Bob Rosenbloom won three sales totaling approximately $400. chorus which designates county officials in the courthouse.
Possible James action rests' with "
cost and you will of I first from enemy out of four of the matches.' During a drive which lasted as the "Chapel Choir For about three years Mr.
petted to co-chairman. government and it* the
cooperate to thet the Federal "Tour regiment bad the
three weeks Cecil mils sold $100 Davis has been working "In the
extent." aid is essential here. In additionto Red Cross has "
while the the
his other duties Judge Perry agencies Mrs. Susan Sweat worth of bonds, Herman Kelly finest choir at Fort Jackson, field," and unable to spend much
Tours responsibility for temporary care I bulletin states and "we now
very truly. choir week
sold $22 in stamps and Horace time at home except on :
d of County man will also assist. of civilians ,including food, clothing 8O died have the beet at Camp Blanding."'
Commissioners. M. B. Her- Miss Susan Sweat, Royals sold $10 in stamps. These I ends. Recently when Gordon
w. M. Edward Chairman. Medical chairman.Aid. Dr.He will have the and emergency shelter. Sunday night at the home of her three students sold the largestamounts. II pfo. Robert Van Poren Is the Mobley, another one of the 8tate'sauditors.

long In this latter field Mr. Nas niece Mrs. Ida Sweat near Assistant Director and Organist was assigned to tbe

Alvarez cooperation of.other. students.doctors worthy declared nine subcommittees Starke. after a long Illness. A organised by and Pfc. Norris Edwards I* assistant work In the Bradford County
first aid The rally was ,
nurses and chair headed. by outstanding native of Baker County she had principal organist courthouse, he was, < unable to locate .
Meeks Hunter
Mrs. Titus Olson Mallie
Yea StationB Food. Vernon men and women handled the nine lived near Starke for the past 39 I \ a room in town. So Mr.
E. school.
R. J.
man. W. B. Mundy function of Red Cross Disaster member. of the of the ; ",
(Red) assistants). major years, and was E. D. Rowe DiesE. Davis was assigned to the work
hasgtvenService Service and make up the Churchcf- to spend
Baptist : : and will be permitted
station ,on Temple Shelter'W. T: Clute. chairman.Hoover Disaster Committee of'tbe Brad She 15.1 survived .by a nephew. Holy Name Mass D. Rowe. 69 brother of J. two or three months with his

lie nd retired to, the 'farm Julius L. Thorn J. C. ford County. Chapter. Chairmanand A. ''W.. Sweat.. Jacksonville; six- "Dominic Ternan 0., B. Rowe died Tuesday. Nov., 10 family and friends: ) at home.

I Ia wife- father Clayton and,L. A.' Davis'assistants.Smith, members of these committees nieces, Mrs.i , M.' M..of Blanding.
\ It New River. It has Clothing. Junius will take part in the com San? Anthony, Mrs. E. E. preenand F. Camp' being in :ill health for a number Aids J'

impossible 'for him to senpetent chairman O.- C. Powell co-chair- ing institution which will be held Mrs Annie Saunders all 'of ; ofC: lioytilYnme of, years, lie was .a life-long resi Geo.' White ,

"* assistants and he mo." Communication. November 30 aj the Recreation Starke; Mrs. Cora Marlow. South Mass for service Edward's men of Church his regiment in dent' of MaccUnny.: and 'up until Sale ,Of'Bonds, :
been and at St.
in 111 health for some Transportation Rooms of the Methodist Church Bay and Mrs. Ida Sweat. I the time of his first paralytic
Mrs. Glen Duke's Motor Funeral services were held Monday Starke on Sunday morning Nov. stroke 15 years) ago had been active George C. White of Tallahassee a

" sal l months ago while re- Corp. will serve as nucleus. M. F. Methodist Church afternoon at 4 o'clock at the 27. Following breakfast the wll Mass be, held a communion InI In the sawmill businer and who was born and reared la

Brown assistant. the meat and. grocery business. Starke. has recently accepted an
truck Cemetery
hL tire graveside I n Conner
and filling Information.Mrs. recreation hall of the NCCS-
oe with air, the small Registration and 'Services at the Church ,next with the Rev' Herman Moody officiating. He was burled Thursday and appointment as regional administrator ,
.out- .
chair- with talks) byguest
USO In Starke. : .
metal .' Grace along with a host of for the treasury savings
rim flew off. hit the R. Sunday will be as follows: Arrangement were in En- J. B. Rowe
eta wall man." 1. A. Shepherd and L. military dignitaries. other relatives and friends at- committee, embracing Leon and
of .
of Key-McCabe
.the station and 'ChurcnSchooI 10:00 A. M. charge tertainment will be provided by
Bristol assistants. funeral. Mrs. A. B. counties.
back tended the 12 surrounding
hqd!? It Striking, Red on Fund Raising and, Information.N. Morning 'Worship 11 o'clock. William Beach of New Smyrna. Baker of Sanford and Mrs. In asking Mr. White to acceptthe t

'ree places fractured his skull Sternberg, chairman. W. P. Subject: "Gratitude. In A World Mrs. Virginia Groves Charles Burton, of Brooksvtlle, place John L. Faha. chairman = '

well enough and since he that has time not Smith and H. N> Fairbanks will, At,, War." Mrs. Cella Virginia, Groves 35. Truck Owners, Notice both attended the funeral and of the Florida War Savings

tend> to the work assistants. E. L. Matthews Youth Fellowship meeting 6:30P. : died Thursday.- NaY 12, at her came by Starke and spent two or Bond Committee, wrote: "I know

ce the< properly.: acqlst lit the information depart' M. home In Jacksonville. She was a As soon as persons owning three days with their father, J. that you are busy and t know,

"et, service station la''a ment. Evening Worship 7:30: o'clock. native of Lawtey and Is survived trucks or any type of commercial B. Rowe. too of your patriotism and all-
Freeman Register Jr.. and Supply. ,vehicles receive their "Certificate win
Central Purchase "The Universal Desire of Groves out determination to help us
charge Subject: by her husband Ellery ;
of it Hart from the Office
for a week Carl Johns chairman. W. H. ". i of War Necessity" and for this war and we :
Nov. 7 to i Mankind. her parent, Mr. and Mrs. B. G.WUkerson Ambulance Calls pay
14' At that timeSUIUvan. Of Defense Transportation I
; assistant. need, in this spot.
Service of Lawtey five sis really you
lit the and L. J,(. .Galnesfixtures Mr. Nasworthy urged Rotariansto The wilt Union be held Thanksgiving at the :a.lethodilltChureb ter. Mrs. Geneva Grtffls Mrs. I they should call at the local Rationing Arthur Griffls of Lawtey was The counties over which Mr.

and leased attend the One-day DisasterInstitute Anderson and Miss Board and get an application recently carried to t: h eState White will have Jurisdiction a. a
building 8:30 A. M. on Mamie
from the Gulf Oil in the Recreation at : for gasoline, fill it In and
to be Farm hospital for X-ray treatment '.dollar' year man" are Su-
all of
ntlon All churches Thelma Wllkeraon. Lawtey;
Ott of and began the op- Building of the Methodist' Thanksgiving are Day.cordially invitedto Mrs Mary Dobbs and Mrs. Cor- [ bring It back to the Board and where he remained threeor wannee.. Lafayette, Dixie Madison. ,
the uV the city
station last Sat- their allowance of gasoline
Nov. 30. get Hamilton, Jefferson
Church on participate and all visitors will rlne Ellison both of Jacksonville four days. Taylor. t
for the next period which., beginson of Starke I.in Is Wakulia. Gadsden Liberty
, Sullivan find a-. cordial welcome. .The ; and two brothers, Leon and,, Mrs. MyraGriff Leon. 4
has been with Mr. Set Up December 1, Palalka hospital where she and Franklin. ,
tel'' Fly-O-Plane ,Ministerial Alliance has asked the Kyle Wllkeraon of Lawtey. .
and the Gulf Qa Cor- The new gasoline rationing setup taken on November 12 for
Saturday was
liona Miami has Bev/ ,Fred Yerkes to be the Funeral services were held -
hasfor-.foui> year. and Mr. J. Lee Cuddy of for the speaker for the service. May,, Itbe. afternoon at two o'clock at for truck. and other types of an operation Recent Births' ;
had experience In brought back to Starke vehicles will be somewhat Mrs. Arthur W. Amore was
eWtneea! fr all of us a real day of the graveside In Long Branch commercial
r of having been winter his outdoor ride the FlyOPlane. TbaDksgivine.I Cemetery with the Rev. Jim' different from the first set carried Sunday to the Station Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Cornelius 1

the Shell Station 10m. It has been set up on -O. Ct Powell Pastor. Strickland, officiating up. hospital at Camp Blanding.; Harley Lawtey. Nov. 13, girl.

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Fl Miss Madeline Crosby attendedthe yule Thursday of last week. left
I'I Saturday from a visit of several
Truck Owners Get Extension fair In Gainesville Wednesday Lt. Mack Hall left Sunday for Saturday for
Where Val41/t
The Bradford County Telegraph weeks with the families of her they /
Mississippi, where he is now sta- will
Owners of farm trucks and commercial two tons, MaJ. Fielding Chap- of last week. bands who are syubMr
l KutabllHbed 171 man and Lt. Robt. Chapman, In Mrs. G. B. Feagle and daughterand tioned. and h
i i ii vehicles who did nat receive their Cer- Virginia and Tennessee Mrs. L. B. Parrtah and daughter Mrs. Talmadge Kelly Mrs. and Martha 3lr 1.Ii,,
i MfiMBBf.t' tificates of War ,Necessity from the Officeof attended the Fair in Gaines. Hershel Layfleld and little son relatives EVelYn IIe1t
FLORimPRESS Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Cox and In T''hltl.' D_
) ASSOCIATION Defense Transportation by the Novem- Mrs. J. M. Bradley and daughter,
& WI IiDrroRIAL.A.sSOaArIoN';. : Caroline to visit
ber 15 dead-line can cheer up. The ODT left Wednesday
>t t+ 9'' ,1O/41 their childrenMr., !and Mrs. Ger-
p I B.: L Matthew ______ Editor and Owner has announced that the deadline has been ald Cox and family at Spartan-
extended to December 1. burg S. Cv Miss June Caldwellwill

l$, { S-UBSCKII'TiON l KATU Those owners who have not yet filed accompany them.
'k Yearly, '1.7S; Si. Month. SLOP their applications for Certificates of War Mrs. Vance''Geiger of Jacksonville They ScrocAmeri
la the guest of her father,
fubUahed Weekly on Fridays and Catered M Sea! Necessity should apply at once to the near- J. M. Bradley, while Mrs. Bradley -

MK! ClaM Mutter at the Post Office at Starke, Fla.I' est ODT district office. la away. Keeping Our
Little Miss Patricia McRae has G

I' Save Your Old Hosiery Idle Tire Deadline Soon after returned spending to her two home months In McIntosh with .H and Tracks

,. Collection of old silk and nylon hosiery November 22 is the dead-line for selling her grandparents, Mr. and. Mrs. Servin
31: A. Bouvier
% began on a nationwide scale Monday, when back to the government car tires in excess Mrs.: R. N. Dukes of Jackson

N retailers who sell ladies' hosiery placed of five per car. After that date it will be ville is visiting: her parents' Mr. far Victory
the counter for which than five and Mrs. M. R. Holmes.
proper receptacles near hosiery illegal to use cars more -
Mr. and Mrs. J. A. BouvIer
for that purpose. tires are held. and Miss1 Betty McRae spent Sun- %\

si Clayton C. Codrington head of the Take pity on the Railway Express day with Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Mc- JWhyAmerico's
and don't wait until the last minute Rae at McInto h.-
,,4 General Salvage Division of the War Pro- Agency
Little Jimmie Warren is suffering -
that of to turn loose your tires. The Expressman -
duction Board requests women with an attack of mumps and .
Florida hunt up all discarded silk and nylon will give you a receipt and the govern- Kay Partney is confined to bed -," The 'automotive

''i hosiery, wash them and leave in the nearest ment will mail you a check to cover the with a severe cold. ., mechanic

t retail store. General Salvage committeesof value of the tires. visited Dr. and In'Tampa! Mrs. J.last M.week-end.Hembree Cars and Trucks Are. yesterday are the Victory/ Service M

local Defense Councils have been askedto Mrs. R.' I fj> Stubblns Sr., has *
sponsor the program which is made Christmas Lights Are Out returned to her home In Talla- today. For it's up to them to mainfqii;

necessary due to the fact; that the old silk Decorative Christmas lighting will be hassee.Mrs.! W. E. Malone lert Sundayfor Sole transportation forwarworkeninmanycom motorized transportation system which h

and nylon are critically needed for the production "out" this Yuletide, if the public complies a ten-day visit with Mrs. Max munities.

f' of powder bags and for other wars with a WPB request to dispense with out- Williams Herbert In Flllayaw Ft. Myers., who lives Sole transportation for ries men and materials to and from Ame

i materials.The door Christmas lighting. This means that here with his uncle and aunt, Mr. war communities.material in many war plants, America's farms, America1
4: old hosiery' so collected is not to brightly lighted trees are out of fashion, and Mrs. M. D..Yonge, was calledto !

ti be sold. When a minimum of 100 pounds and it means fewer twinkling Christmas MoultrIe, Ga., Monday night Six out of every ten farms essential industries. They know their
because of death of his
the use one car or more.
f has been secured it is to be shipped freight lights on southern porches and lawns, but grandmother Mrs. J. M. Seef.

collect directly to an agent of the Federal it will mean additional electricity, wiring Mrs. H. L, Parker Is visiting 67 car per mileage cent of la necessity all farm and'they.re, doing their job! Help the

government in .New! York. and man-power needed to win the war. Seville.relatives In Daytona Beach and driving. keep your car 'or truck serving for Victor

: : : llama Joined the Navy Tuesday,:I on Many trucks war plants to haul depend all getting skilled. service now and
li'I;::;(! :: ; '. t Florida State Farm News I and will\ return for a longer visit. ? BROOKER "Victory" freight. regularly
Frank Yanarls has returned By Mrs. L.'O. flaxen .Truck alone serve 54,000 AH.tttrtnit baNd on r report eoaipi'/Kf/ by the MicAiJu, Stint
from Norfolk, Va., but will leave SEWING CLUB communities not reachedby Dprlmnt and the Stmliitictl Department DI A.t..A.
fly E. R. Bouvler oree, and from out-of-town were Friday for a brief visit at his railroad
The Ladles Sewing Club met at
Mrs. Joe Wilao.i. Mrs. Arthur home In Ft. Pierce before return-
the home 'of Mrs. B. F. Hazen
SURPRISE SHOWER Manasa and Mrs. Tom Crady all Ing to Norfolk to* enter the Coast '
Mrs. M. R. Holmes, Mrs. J. :M. Tuesday afternoon, Nov. 10 with
4 of Starke, and, the honoree'a Guard. He has been employedhere CHEVROLET'SHeadquarters
the president Mrs. T. W. Markey
Connors and Mrs. R. N. Dukes
grandmother, Mrs. M. D. Carterof with the Parole Board, wherehe .
Plans made fora
presiding. were
h were hostesBes Tuesday afternoon Lawtey. has made an excellent record
when they honored Mrs. ,George The hostesses served coffee and will be greatly missed by chicken supper Saturday after- fAQlidf 0 for
Manass with a pretty shower in sandwiches and cookies.Mr. many friends. noon and 'night, Nov. 21, near TO HivtlbttTbIAIts
; the club house where pink roses -Olson's Store. Plate lunch will VICTORY SERVICE *
and white chrysanthemums were and Mrs A. C. Davis and Mr. and Mrs. Sanford Rltch be 25c: and pie '5 and lOc. At OR SENYtfE
I and son Gene, were week-end nine o'clock a beautiful quilt will Zr all makes and truthTorode
i tastefully arranl'ed.The children moved to the Farm from then say l.r on of cars
guests Mr. and Mrs.* J. W.
I honoree was completely Raiford last week and are occupying of be given away. Money made on on
surprised When soon after she ar-I' tbe house recently vacated by Ritch. this supper and the quilt 'will be "
rived, a beautiful bassinet filled'Buddy demons and family, who Miss Louise Cox of MonteverdeIs used for painting the community '-.,. -"
with many lovely and useful gifts, recently returned to Panama City. the guest of Mr. and Mrs. E. center. The next meeting will be -
r 4' Edgar D.'Mobley returned Friday Bradahaw. at the home of Mrs. Ralph Hazen.
I was placed before her. A c teat of scrambled words.. "Baby's from a vacation spent with Leroy Hunter of Gainesville hasarrived MRS. RUTH t LARRIMORE Chevrolet C
his In Sanford. to the left
Needs", was i won by' Mrs. J. G. family take position PRATTE
Godwin, while Mrs. L. A.I Wlcl'inlt L. R. Bristol spent the 'weekend vacant by the resignation of Mrs. Ruth Larrimore Pratte
received the consolation priZE! with hilt parents. Dr. and Frank Tanarta. died in Petersburg Monday, Starke Florida
Gurats at this party were: Mr*. Mrs. M.-L-Bristol In Gainesville. Mr. and Mrs. J. I*. Williams hada Nov. 11, and funeral services,,were; ,
A ....1 M. Rtctutrde, Mrs. L.. A. Shep- He was accompanied home'by guests Monday .night' their held at the _r"ve'&t Dedan, Ceme- ,
herd M.r. J. O. Godwin. Mrs. R. Bristol 'for an overnight 'vIsit.Mr nephew and niece Mr., and Mrs. tery with the Rev. C. A. Crosby .. \f fV fa
',t?, H.'Cox, 'Mr... L., E. Dug gar,. Mrs. : ., and Mrs., John B. W R.: D. Segree of Eastpolnt.: Mr. officiating. Pallbearers were
Paul McLendon, Mrs:' B.: Heruh- Tallahassee' were &'\Iut.' -Dr'j agree ''was on his way to enter Lonnie Parker, Eugene Crosby,
field. fIgs Ruth Herahfield., Mrs.L. and Mrs. J L .Williams the aviation school at Gaines Sam Mott, Ardell Crosby, Clyde .
., A, Wiggins I Mrs. W. O.StringfeMow night. They were on their ville.Mrs. Kelly and Odell Crosby. She Is
mother pf the hon- to Jacksonville where Mr. L. F. Chapman returned survived by her widower, two sons
and a daughter. One son being .
somewhere in England.

nice time was had by all who
attended the Little Women's Club
last Friday night at the Com-
munity Center.
'. i After several sessions of bunco,
high prize, a box of chocolates, !
+, ..1HEHE1l111NllESTNttNEWl x r rR
; was awarded Mrs. Lorena Keene
..1 \ DRINK, -L' and consolation prize, a set of
novelty vaseswas given Miss A"
"52?* -<* Willie Mae Clemons.
Misses Madeline" 'Crosby and
e ,
LiUbedla Waters entertained at
y % &2Sj this meeting and served refreshments
,QF1 __ s* $ of Coca-Cola and peanut 6 25cn
butter crackers, ,> if .,
1' c A; V We urge more girls to join our. 1OTltIS TlrnK / etrsW
f eq

7 1st Class Petty Officer Iran
Hazen of Tampa and wife of ?
Jacksonville, were visiting the for- N r
+ mer's parents Saturday. and Sun

day.Mrs.. Eldon Hardy of Jackson-
I ville was visiting here Saturdayand
Joe i* all-out \ Sunday. 7 ,
Machinist Knowsthat aomancanwork i k
A Good
work as hard Miss Luclle Thomas left Sun I in
day for Gainesville where she will
every day. And when he goes reside with her parents. om : 9 : .
NERVE-STRAIN and home he'*worn out. He need to Mrs. J. p. Roberts and little ; ''tell

v relax and throw off the strain of son and Mrs. O. B. Feagle were .

hi job so he'll be fit tomorrow. In Gainesville Friday.,. frt
close tolerances don tmix Lt. and Mrs.. Mack Hall and
But he has to have wholesome,
son were visiting in Dover for a
healthful relaxation because his few daya : 1> \

t Joe' a'machinist. He' doing job call for a steady, hand. Mr., and Mrs. W. P. Nichols,

war work and the govern'ment First thing Joe does when he Mr. and Mrs. Reasle Earlton, and

S inspector isn't finding any gets home i is to pour himself a R

rejects that are Joe' fault. He glass of golden JAX Beer. It M

rt keep in fighting shape because relaxes > it cheer and it i :/tans cev

he know he' a key man in the soothes touchy nerves. Joe enjoys "Ice-cold Coca-Cola

fight against the Axi Our boys another delicious glass of

.' on the front line can't JAX'just before he goes to bed Is more than thirstquenching. i t

win unless Joe and to assure sound sleep.

' thousand like him Joe ha learned how Yes

.1 3 *I" produce the weapons to' wisely.Why

}' Ask fr t to they.need. not try his method? French,. American .1..... It's refreshing. There's an art In *Its

F U Qudlt fIr eO1 And DanishPAfITRIES '*

,1 making. There's know-how In Its procIud on. "I 1 speak for
waY tA' sat 0 a 4cy. .peak for ColI', .J;
The thing'like .
only Coca-Cola Is Coco-Cola mething" 'r
1Gatw. +c
t a ,
nts4 aver Try Oar rent s ,

' 4tVJbc c of at rya set cs? o" r; i DOUGHNUTSFresh Itself. Nobody else can. duplicate It." ..,' .,ming an d well tJIf"SClure. '.

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SO Twp. S H. R. 22 E., containing.
Pre-Flight Course WOODLAWN I I& Acr H, more or lena in embracedunder

(fad ford Journal Newest AdditionOne Ily Alice Glover I NS said or $certificate it4 Sea 17 No.Twp 18J. 1 5.

High R .I K. (conlalnlne' to Acres mole
Junior Wilkinson of Jacksonville or l I...... In embrareu under said "..1'I I
of' the newest courses In pent. the week-end with ha). family I tlfli-ate No. 341

Florida ach 00119 Is Pre-Fllght end parents Mr. and MM. 13. $ H,0 8\ 11 8M3l Twp T
S. 1C K.' containing 40 Acr''''.
which Is a study of pre-fllght L. Wilkinson.Mr. snore 01 ,leea ,In. embracvd under

I TL STAFF Junior Red Cross Science DepartmentHas Homecoming: Plans needs such as clouds' flight prob-' I and Mrs. B. U Wilkinson said certificate No. 3 3.The I i

Idalo Davis em.4 and of the of an air- aaeaaament of the sail. property -
th Stirs Enthusiasm A For Alumni celebrated their twentieth wedding I under said. certificate No. tut
ItOr Virginia plane. The pre-fllght class la I anniversary Saturday Nov. was In the name of Empire l>umber -

June Dl088 ',Among StudentsSeveral Are AnnouncedThere studying aerodynamics and met 7. Co.; the anaeHament of aalit
partet science is property under Mid certificate Nu
? patsy Keen department eorology. The former a study of'lying 106 was In the name of 101... O. A.

"" AUce June Harding menvoers of the B. H. happy to announce the enrollment I will be a' reception for terms and more Important Miss Eunice Wilkinson of Law- Uubuv: the anaeiiHment of salt
try the week-end with Mlt property under Mid certificate .Nl.
r- Jewell Powell S. vtudent body met at the of almost 150/; students. These all patrons alumni and students plane parts under the latter we 181 was In Ihe narnn ofV.. 10:.
'-" Newsom American Legion Hall Nov. 12 for Alice Groves. Turod.; the assessment" o f anlil
Lee have of Bradford High School Friday. study types of clouds and the
"- chosen to add to their I property under laid,
: ::: va Fay Oalney the purpose of organizing a Junior Nov. 20. from 6:00 to 8:00: P. M. weather they precede weather Miss Virginia Griffis of Union ua: was In the name certificate of Unknown Ni

Red' C r o. a. Mrs. Edward courses General Science Biology County spent the week-end with The aaaeeament of said l
rtb; Markey at the High School. This is to signs and fog. Later we will under propertl!
a Colley Burns the Red Cross Secretary, or Chemistry through which! her cousin Miss Mary Lou Rosier said certificate No. .4l wa
-- Slalrley precede the annual homecoming have problems to solve and further in the ussne .f T. J. Alderman; th

I. ----_ Clarice Thomas explained that there is a lot that fields efforts are made to satisfy football game-B.' H., S. vs. Jas- study of flying needs. Mrs Chess Padgett has just returned &S5CMIh said' certificate..fl ot Meld property unde

':'na Nina Bishop we can do to help In the war relief the growing desire for exploration per. At this time the new building The course is required of all : from a .Ix weeks' visit In name of Unknown No. all3 was .n the

ard Marjorie CrlderDITORIAL production. She said that out and experimentation will be open for Insp ctlon. boy graduating In the school Jacksonville with her son and redeemed Unless na accordin Id certificate shall ih2

of each class donation only 50c A laboratory is drawIng Various senior- girls and boys year of '42-'<3 and thereafter. Its daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mra. E. properties de.crlbw"thireln will w E2 >

is sent to the National Headquaters. usually a the for who W. Groves. cold to the highest bidder .j
card for this field of work.I will be guides. Following ground training boys Courthouse door at the ''
) The rest is used locally. However tours light refreshments will be wia1) to enter the air forces ando dattin the Month on the.I first lolon.

Some of the things this group that we are handicapped' In served. Bobbie Cameron Is In : make later courses easier. TOO Illlnola.North Court Street. Tuaoola. I.m whivh' t the 7th.Leenbes'. day or.
as yet we do not have adequate .
LIKE Wet *543.
,ui 9 .will do t sew, knit, make to charge of the refreshment com Mr. Futch, our teacher took a You are required to appear en Dated this 6th. day or No"em.
ou noticed it? There's8boUt Christmair cards and decorations, space begin our experiment mittee. summer course at the U. of F. December 7th.. 142 In the above i b.r A. n. 1042.
work. named Court and cause, wherein 'Ft4'1CiAl HEAL)
our school that and perhaps learn First Aid. Immediately following the reception to enable him to teach it this plaintiff iiiteka divorce. Ilradford Clerk Circuit Court A..I.ot hr.d.J Thnna.
All science students are County Telegraph. shall Vounty
publish this F1orid.
this year. It was decided that Tuemlay Bradford Tornadoes 11.11 H 1t.7IN
y different Ing around In the brows-I our High year.Two O'.I four -
the most convenient days week we voted to Witness hand rula: ,
have a newr was day to will engage In a terrific a mv and arclat CIHCI''p
we rOt'RT.
that trying to "R'
Starke. Florida, this November I'onn
meet. Representatives from each have time to work 0 n model COt'i'5'. .
we are than cal as well as l Informative data battle with those .Jasper Bull 6th,. ma.OFFICIAL. cIcaY. FLORtO"1 l" ( 5iA'\I
which grade were chosen as follows: dogs. At this time the senior planes for the 'government, We MEAL) A. J. Thom. Rerth
but that Is not to assist them In the completion Aa Clerk of said Court. J"sye Brown Plaintiff vs
proud I will take their seats expect to complete our first set I Jackson C. Brown '
beenr Audrey Murray Strauffer 4th; of term papers required for the sponsors H4t 11-J7 No.; 5314. DeC.nd..n. Cast
change that has Madge Brownlee 6th E 1 I of honor the field. Those of models very soon and begin on -
towardgeneral I ; m n aL4ndsey course. Mr. Rooks. our Ilbrl'rlan.has on I : littlER OP "UnLI'ATION
attitude 7th: Marian Brown, 8th; sponsors for the Bradford High the second set. This la a very Interesting IX f'lnCTITr.. KIIII1'ORI. > AN1) NIJTICW) Tn APPEAR'
In helped us much by securingfor COI ""' .OH''' ... STATE
bas changed. course and much Interest Vl't. 1% < \%- OF .e'RnA to
less Collette Green and Bobby Turner this department 28 books plus I Tornadoes are Nina Bishop escorted KHV. CBrown. or 16611 IlIlnol.; .I""k..n
we( have more or 9th; Helen Lott and Fred Dick- by Bill Patray and Gloria has been shown. Justine Hlrkey Krlkaen: Plaintiff.VN. Mobile. AI.b.m. 1:111'.1.:
package libraries from the Extension !<:,Iw" I'd l
ourselves to drag along -J. W,. A. ErlkMvn Dofemlanl. You are required to
stride. man 10th; Margie Davis and Service Bureau at the U. Buford escorted by Joe Andrew Cane No. IU9. December 7th. 1811 In appear the cm
things In our Bull ()itl'Eit OF PUIU.IOATIOV: iltled above
Freddie Wimberly. 11th. and Mar of F. Mr. Rooks Is also aiding The sponsors for the Jasper Court and cauue. Wherein
It's different. criticalf gie Grlder.-A c t Ing Chairman;1 the science department by allow dogs are Sara Barefoot escorted The QuestionOf / OF FIxmiDA to: KdwarilKrlkaen. ('uny Telegraph aeeka: divorce.shall ptibllVh Tlradford. ,

too well the Jewell Powell Assistant Chair. ,by George Kenls and Carolyn ruin ..f Mm. Itnh"rt MurUrty. Order In nest tour this
ing us to have a special shelf on weekly issues.
world today and The Week 1 Mister lie iluibtisy Ave.. ..1.1'"Y' Witness
the Idalou D I J Green escorted by James Brooks. m" hall" aunt official I
man; av Publicity! which will be placed books per City. N. J. seal .1 Stilrke. FlorIda
have a this
;now that we from the 12th. After the Bulldogs have stopped You ure required to appear onIVuember b..1' a7'h. 1041. (ictO. .
In the out- taining only to this field. Your Inquiring reporter after 7th,. ID4J, In the 'nbovel 1 (OFJPIt"ALilEAL
t to play Assistant Collette barking and the Tornadoes have iiHixpit and ) A.I. Thonta
Secretary Court ".u." wherein
rather lengthy tour with the As t'1..rk of
merely The Biology students are busy. a said Court
this '
do by litlntlff week divorce and reelora-l
e can Green. calmed down to a whirl-wind the' j 10-JO 4t 11-20
and applying our- turning In collection* that have question of the week has finally lion of Maiden Nan tlradfortl _
ichool Come on representatives! See victory of the Tornadoes will be County Telegraph. Mimll piibllMh. this'
1iaf> our patriotic duty been gathered since the openingof dragged; /: a few very Interesting Order In four weekly (MNiieH.WltneHit l.v nnriTiT rt i'NT. .tnvoni ,
celebrated by dance In the 8.0l'
how many you can get to come which should a SlY' FLUIIIIM. I'll '
that we are aware school. All Items are of biological answers paint my hand and official seal VIC 9CEIIY
nk to the next meeting-TueBday at Armory. All students patronsand at Starke, Florida. this lobber
of the characters Andrew
bright $
value and from snakes very picture hswn.
to Plaintiff .
d have resolved put 11th.. 1942. I ''' liessie,
Invited to '
alumni help
are Marie'
efforts. That IBId 4. o'clock. to moths.. They will be on exhibition of our students and teach (OFFICIAL SWAI.' ) A. J. ThonmaI. I *1 lO. Sh.n. )"fendant. Caaa No. <
best celebrate the gala occasion. Aa Clerk of said Court :
ers. It was all In fun so don't'be j OnOPR .
be. If we continue In the Science room the II. 41 11.J7 I' OJl' Ptlnt.z'A'rlnN

well haveto Ima Snooper week' following Thanksgiving va- offended If you weren't asked. AND NOTIC'I'J TO AI'1oA II
we may
boast of our own In- I cation. We hope lhnt many of Honor Roll Maybe next time for there will Ml'l'lt] Foil TIIM 4MM OF AIIH 11HTATJC. -OHIDA 10: 11".1.

ichlevements. Someone Well here bringing 1 am you again-the the gossipof ole'Snoo'per I the Interested students will be For October be more questions. b KIti'ti,%KOIII iItK> 4'01'KTIKM'l b'iO, KI.OH-' I .You. b.TI'Um1.;: to in "IIS."above:

once said that a able to see them. QUESTION: What do you like ll, %. '1'1) TIIM T KIMU "KUtMrl flhlni,4 Court and cause. wherein
the week. AlI 51.9. l li' llil IIIHItl. plaintiff ...k.
A M'ssage From The Principal to do best? | divorce llradford
M out of a thing Just 'Spotted and Jotted-Mr". R. F. Some of the students are eagerto ,( ib LI II lul'itltl4i AiSitl.S.' "ollnt" 'l'eiegraih' shall publish this'

>uts In It. That Is true.In Demorest causing quite some ex. organize a science club and It i Is with sincere pleasure that James Shirley BI'ookll-.Singing.ColleyReading.Billy ter Under 13944.authority iMwt:: of t Hertlon FlorldM.; .7 Acts, Chap-i I ofi I i Order Wltneaa In next my COlOr hand weekly and issues

mind let us strive citement as she pedaled up to sponsor programs OH a means of we here announce ,be'names of lPa!!. 1101 h'. ).10 hereby. Klveii' I hilton ccitt .t MI.rk.. 1"lorld. this official 0..1.
this field C.-Nothing. uiiil crier November. to, 1V44.I 32nd.. *041.Oi.'It'ICIAI.
then shall stimulating interest in
For only ole' B. H. S. on her candy-tttrlped tho"e whose scholastic achievement Mr. Rooks-Gardening. for a period of five yearn. the 1 followliiK ( BRAD' A. J.
We have avert of work and furnishing pleasureas I dem-rll ed I In LTnlnn Thomas.
< urea
success. Aa
it rierk of
bicycle (or was a tricycle) said
the Court.
them on
hati placed P. Reading and hunting.
Darby and Hradfoid' lountleH Florida will
every has not been 10-,0 41
well. 11-20
attention I This as yet
our '
What won't these B. H.. S. teachers Roll Freddie W.-Riding In a car bo of wain* I
School Honor .I.'trrd'k
Bradford High i
then toward the lessBi'.ngs think next to their decided upon. niilinalx. and; fur bear.ins :
up get Each student whose when there Is gas. anlmalm 11\1 nrl'I'r tOt'ItT.' hilt C broil" }
of life such as could We Indeed of for October '"
girlish figures back-or it are appreciative Roberta W.- -Eating and danc KlnnliiK' Ht the Southeast Porner! 4.ot'vrv. FLOItSUAI l't CMA'>.
d 1 nodal times but ,weKve be the conservation of gas and Mr* Ball for her Interest in these name appears here lies received of /rlei-llon II. Townehlp A Hull 111, I (..JRY.:

the right to allow: tires of this various classes and for her en- B In all ing.Jewell Itanwe 231 Knt.. In llrndford iNiuntyj, Harry V. Mary Anbury lid Johnson Plaintiff !
Speaking gas news- grades of A and.or;. /inly. -Sleeping and being thenra riinnlnir, North ll.MOU feetl$ Joh"BOn'I 1).f.nd."t.
to Dink into a rut. I..' gal saw Comer Nina. Freddie deavoring to make them more Interesting subjects. There are others who ",,'n,'" Wext l.as feet: Ilienre Caaa No. UlTOItJlEn
Nurth l.aHO feet I h..n.V..I 10 (I 4)P- punLI"ATION
we have the right Idea and Earl riding around the Main to us. have made an average of B. but lazy.Pat K.-Howling and dancing.Mr. (16U feet: then,',,! South I..1SI; ) feet>) ANf NOTION TO AI'PEAIt ,

enults should make us Drag Tuesday night in Comer's they have not been Included as Futch-putting my hands theitca Went 1.540 feet ) thence1Hoiithweet Hall STATE' !! OF KI.lim lot Mary
,1.S2l feet; thence Houth Johnson1 Whose residence tintype. Gee: Comer where did Physical Ed this is meant to be truly an Hon. In my pockets.Mrs. I.Till feet: thence Went t.ililO feet! 201 anlla Avenue, Vallejo, Cali, '
-I. I* D. fluid students. thenc, Mouth 3.KHO feet I thenre lorn I..
all that golden Roll of ranking
get top to
you Required SubjectThis or Ball-Going camp Went 'l.aai) feet: thence South 1..1XO I You:: are required: to appear on
caled petrol T With my congratulations to these see my husband. feet: hence Went 8.020 feet to the December 7th. 1942. In the above

Biographies Attention B. H. S. Students outstanding young people let me George K.-Playing buxkelball. Counlv llnel also tn New Illver. the named Court and cause,. wherein
year In cooperation, with dlvlNlon beiween the two "counties! plaintiff aeeka divorce. Hradford
and Alumni-Don't, forget the big nation's fitness express also my hope that more, Comer IV-' Playing football. tlienre I 1.760 feet In Union County County Telegraph shall publish lisle .r
the physical program
LL1VM KAKKR will be added to the roster next Thla point :IH the rloutheaat rornnrf.f Order I In next four weekly Ipiauei *-f
reception before the homecoming our school has added a department this HoulhweMt iiuwrter of the I I Witness my hand and offlclaaeal
tist 23 1925 William game Friday night. A tour will of education. month. The more Interest and The Juniors Northwest quarter, of Hnrtlon I It In at Htarke, Florida, this lute I
an his life in a nearbyone physical into your school t'nlott and Mr ad ford t'.Unti.cltheutco bar 211th., 1841fOFFII'I".I4I1JAT. I
I be made of the points of interest Each student from 7th to 12th I effort you put rnnnlnir North I.3ZO feet; .) A. J. Thomas .
Heights. This hand In the building. The guides will i experience the more you will Well at lust we're buck In I h"",',, Weel 2..4i" Vest; thenreNorth Aa Clerk nt Mtld Court.. .
hour day'underthe 1
has a
or boy ban green eyes lassies.- grades one gain from It. to'y lads and
be the local.
i direction of our coach. Mr. L.: feet: thenoe North 5,220', feet ; theni-a| _
r, la five feet 10 1-2 in- don't mind too much if you find la faction. not having school for five days. Went I.H20 rest; Iheilfll North !M4I
become a
E. has
and 152 Riser. Physical Shi Smith. feet; thenre West .H.Htin f".IJ theiu-e I iv finntir roi'iir. h1RIIF'Ottl>
weighs pounds.ed yourself lost\ in some dark corner state requirement for graduation.We Foster Maybe I'll get some rest now, "....II, 1,320 feet: hence Weet I.. ,I IA40 ('ou : bin scholastic boat These gophlstlI !-II October Honor Itoll Our magazine sale has pnded.Natul'ally feet : I llien<-" Houth 11,1100 feet I ). (*PItY: .
crevice. I
i or light are, using the armory for Indoor K. If. ",.
.It. Plaintiff
one and entered the Grades 7 to 12 the girls won, having Ilienue Knot l.nao: feet; thenoe $'iuIh vn. Virginia
I cated Seniors are really doing sports and exercising and 2.(140' feet; I h.w"0..1, S.640 feet; Lee I.ott. nefendant. Case No. 2210.
ade port there. Then A good time Is 12th:' about $20 ,more than the boys. issues Hmilli !1.11'l feet) thence OHDKU OF PDHCICATION 'I
for Starke completing things up right. the school grounds for, June Blocs I The two classes had about $98, I'liiKt.: 2.B4O feet: I hence Mouth f.. i, AND NOTICE TO AHPHAIl .
guaranteed everyone. There's a ICII feet ; them-* Kuit I.8JU feet HTATK OF KJxmilJA to: Virginia
and tenth here. He sportti. othel'l should have sold about .... ,, !.... Ix
afterwards alumni so pull Gloria Buford but we thence .IIIIt l.njo feet' thence >tt, whoa residence U un
ichool at Keystone In dance We have discovered that Davis $200. Laziness couldn't possibly West 1.320 feet: I hence South >.. known. .H}
glad and come on !Din feel thence Houlhonxt .9ltO' You are required to *
out your rags of had, : appear on !
that moat us
th, but he came back the and cut a ball. a sport Edna Edwards be 'the reason though. Hazel feet to County llnet I alno New Illver., December lih. 1042. In the above "\
to Armory
1 for his senior year. down not known before is a very fascinating Eva Galney Packham Is high for the girls, the dlvlNlon line between the two !I named Court and whefeln Fay rau"1
tug with the younger generation. The boys thor- countleN: Ihenco 5,810 feet to a plaintiff seeks no other. 't ,
I bit high school years B. H. S. Brevities-Don't for- game. Marjorie Grider bringing In $21 and ,J. A. Martinez point 440 feet West of the Houth.went relief. Ilradford County T.I..a"h \ '
oughly approve of playing baseball for the with center uf the Northwest quarter shall publish this Order In next 1
Is boys \
Jones high
najored in math and get to cast an eye on the Spon- the not Jo Ann of the NorlheaNt quarter '.f four weekly .."..u.... .
favorite subjects and walk on the field however girls were Gladys LoperMartha $30. It might be a good Ideaif Hertlon 17 In llrudfonl: Counlv. I Witness. my hand and official ,
sors as they quite as successful at this sport. all followed their example. thence fiiifnlnir, Knat 8,00 feet! aeal at HUrke Florida this 2ltb j
Maikeyiewell we
|Starke especially for Friday night. From wbat I hear all girls thence Norlh 1.120 Ceet: ti.etses > of October. 1041.
Football as played by !
on the Powell Robin. KnKt 9.140 feeli th.n.e .Vnrtn ".-1, from my correspondent teams In really quite Interesting.The Martin luG feet ; thence Went 1,380( Net.Ihencf AN Clerk of said Court
likes: math science second front they'll look purty realized all Kenneth North J.B4O feet, thwnrel 10-10 4t ll'SO ." !
land girls never 'llth: Second Grade NewsOur l East 17.180 feet to the $Xoulheu I ;
such like-blondes, good.Joke the work that a team must (10 to, Caldwell corner of Pect'on !S in "MrnilfnrdCounty ;
lind dancing. He dlapn of the Week -- George Mary Jo ? or from wni anything. Having a THE. OLD RELIABLEIf iJ
accomplish '
offense Evelyn Edwards ,, New Hchoolroom. hern. '5
all language, the Kenla" 1919 Chevrolet. No limited number of seconds to We feel to be in such a I. N. KINNIDY. IIJ.'lIlIvtl Mvrr*-
|anil liquors George. Confidentially It'sa huddle and get the Phyllis Hazen' J... t,' tary. 4'iinimlMNlon" uf II I I. hi. .n.11 t ;you need a good 'faxative or cath- '
come out of a Phyllis Martin rVirginia nice new school Fresh Water Kl"h. ll-' at 11-20 rtlc to relieve :
dilation William plans smooth buggy in my estima ball In action and the fact that Sewell room.Gene Sit aw. headache bUiouaneaa, ',

to University-of Florilnue tion. (How are the tires old there is a penalty if someone, Leonard Peek. Our activity room Is very :eo'i'ii-i, i'' ('."'(' I IfI. or that lajy tired feeling when due tc 7"

| \ his scientific atu- boy!) moves before the ball Is snap! pretty., In It Is a long table with .tO.r., : nien: temporary constipation ask for and :1
Patriotic Colors: Margarite Gild of had I 10th: .....,.. mil. "re.. 1<1:11 be sure ;you get
several most us
spending ped were things Francea Colley .tt .> ten chairs. There In a lavatoryIn NOTICE IH HKHKDY IIVEN.: .
,, be intends to take pin's visitor In uniform tags the never' heard 'of before. For the i Colson It too. That I". M. Paekhism holder tit I HERBINB '.
C. W. .
And from what I Tax Certlflcatea numltered r.* .ntIvely. \
atlon for title of Sam. we have been Hp ALL DKUO STORES
appointment last days -Carolyn Edwards
itwasn't Merle Grlder. No. '101 105. I S3. in*, 341 anilUK. ,I

)III and if he fails, he heat from the grapevine, learning to march-the-army-way.! Everything In both rooms Is :'I Issued tIe 2nd. d hl.1 Hrptemher _ _ _ _ _ _ .. .5
A. 1). l has
Sam. Marjorie same
I enter the Air Corps. her About face. Parade Rest, At Ease -
V- NON new. In my office and hug made applinallon AUTO PARTS
e no reason to believe Grider quite thrilled over her Etc. All of these are becoming, 8th: Delano Thomas. for. Ta* Deed to be Invuvilthereon ,

I I fall, for he baa been Mail letter received 'tother day familiar commands. It Is one Minion Brown Everything In our room Is fine, Said. "rtltl..t. reiiperllvelvembrace GENERATORS AUTO GLASS

England. Gee doesn't It we the follovvlna' ...... ..,, AND
Kful in his academic from of the moat enjoyable periods I Joyce Moore except we have no heat. dpropertlea CASH FOR OARS
In the 'ounty ttt Urad ,
Fhool.CNE. sound exciting. folks' have and at the same time very Albert Davis -Michael Forest font. State of Florida, to-witi, TRUCKS IN ANY

Rumor has it that'among many beneficial. -" -- HJO'of NKY\ Hevtlnn 211 TwT \). I CONDITION WE BUY "
others Walter and Judy will soon -V. S. Bobby Dyai Iv f"=IRf',7T'O..tT. BH4I)FOHI. 5. It. II K. containing 40 Acre.
: BLOSS hand. Elmer JohnsCharles COIIMTY.' ''' FLOUIOtt IM! In
1925 have the situation well f.RY. .I sail CertifIcate No. 101. I AUTOS
June Bloas wall Mooney. All NBK\ of NW't K of Road
.. $
''Don't the wrong idea girls ThMrrm l? lbeo -k. Plaintiff vnCarl
"ran Pa. She, doesn't get Ma- Armistice Program Tth: O. lUthrock. Defendant. C...' M.,'. t* Twp. 78. It. 21 K).. c,,n- Used Autos $2a>> up
( they've Joined the fighting No. 2211. i taming II Acre, more or less
very much about her Sara Crews
I I embraced under laid certificate
IM she lived there for tines.FlashMay I Tuesday afternoon In Assemblythe Ona Demorest ANn NOTIfK TO APPEAR lot. HASKINSI
Jo C. all In a KV, of Lot 57 i In .
Woodlawn II.
I months. Rev. G. C. Powell spoke to Priest HTATK OP KLOIUDA to: Carl OHulhoock .
From Penn- Jeanette
furlough 10 Twp. ft M, It. 22 K.. containing t PARTS
that he gets a whose residence l Is ,
fune, with her parents, dither. Seems month. u. about the subject uppermost In Audrey Mae Prevail know Acres more or le... la ..mh..sun".1' I North of Town on Roast IS

Keystone the last part of this our minds-Armistice Day.. He Robert C. Frazier You are required to spp.aP on said' rertlflrate No. l :2.WU .
Heights December Tth. l(4f. In Ihe above of Lot >7 In Woodlawn II.",
been her told about the great losses of Robert J. Hall .
home ever Wonder Why Dept. named Court und ceue, wherein
|I nan been back to W- studies Biology un- World War I and named the ,con Claud Johns Jr. *J" plaintiff seeks dlvorr and rentorn- I -- '
Arline Dew lion of Maiden Name. Ilradford ; ;
(I Ia several times, but ill three and four in the morning structive things that could have Harold Rafuse County Telea-ranh shall pnbllnh this II We Do Superior :

Friers Florida this Is one time been done with the money spent William Smith.Campus .. Order In next four weekly. imiuea. I .
Yea Siree girls Witness my h.nd and official seal ,
I brown hair hazel eyes Ole' Snooper was really on her for destruction. It seems almo.tunbelievable .t Btarke. Florida. thle October !

tll. and 111 nobody else .. If that a ao-called Fashions 0th.. 1542. eaning'i'i
| weighs toes when ? Ita. A. : ThomaS For Better c
civilized world spends money ('curt.EOFFICIAL.
td (as modern girl aren't more careful I'll tag *. cum 01 acid
you for such a thing as has brough MEAf.Xniht .) ,;1!
and '
e was youth war
likes Arllne Slacks-The
: Glen Miller's I
you the same way Knl.hl. SI..k.. Florida <
dancing, 'iwtmmlng, taglWd, about a great change In the kind AIt;,". 10. Plf. 11. U 11.11 'F
war.Mr had notwanted TRY THE '
that we -
L drilling Powell said to school this
liked clothes worn
"Stardust.Diallkea of
: Nina and IN! nnrriT romr.COtMTY : .RAnFORD (
string ? Could It to fight before but that Because physical ed is VI.OHln.tl IN CHAM*
a line, the North, so well tile other day year. NEW'METHOD
forced to do It Just as In CJIoHY. CLEANERSMr. r,
ca1 ? were great part
soldier we such a
mUsic. and cold be that good looking This playing James Wlloon Tounslner. Plaintiff. '
Favorite persons out- Jimmy Griffia is so good in we were forced to fight now. education many girls are wearIng vii. RdltB.> If. Youea-iner Defendant.PUBLICATION and Mrs. E. O. Edwards Owners 1
be sure of the Case Nn 2221.ORflIR '
Ia I family time we must slacks to school. Since we
: a certain Chemistry OF'
"boo> most likely la in Jewell sees so much of that peace. We do not want,war and have to play in slacks wearing AND NOTIfB TO APPEAR 315 Tempi Your Patronage Phone .
nation was not builton and 'the BTATWOB" FkOKIDA tOI Edith '
tits present time. ,You sailor TCharlea bate. them saves other clothes H. Yonnaln, who_ re.ldenla AvenueAppreciated 133 \

we top of her likes Industrial Geography that. We 'want "Peace on girls don't have t.\'ake'Ume' to Motel Wilkes ear of H. H. Jones _
piano __
Wllkenborn North f'arollna.: p-- p p -- -
tary' Could it be earth good will towards men. from their dresaes to.lacks North
Secret! : so much? change You are required to appear onDecember j'\

cOmpleting the tenthwystone Garnita attends the same Mr. Powell closed with some fit. and back again. Tth.. 194'. In the abovenamed p. -- -- -- -s ,.
I that -E. L. E. Court and cause, wherein :
ting poems. ....10. divorce and other
Heights, she class? plaintiff
led the student -
HS for her Junior,and I B. H. 'S. boys became suddenly The cheerleaders woulddo rell'f. Bradford County Telegraphhall Prompt Service Careful Drivers ;
ri body In some patriotic would help us a, lot you publish this Order In next
and is U. S. O. Danceson .
now reporter Interested to the four weekly: leauefl.Wltnena
'"fbi Class. ? Could it be On*'. this. mv hand and official. seal I
In Brad- Saturday nltes -M. O. Don't target your' contributions at Utarke. Florida this November

School she has been that they are interested In the Box. Don't let it "'h.. 1942.IOFP'ICIAL..
lIIerClal Could be! to the News SEAL: ) A. 1. Thoman.A Starke Taxi !
to subject, which good orchestras? PLEASE NOTICE! remain empty and the ,voice of Clerk of said Court. Service.
a In continue in a tousi- Gloria Buford was seen noon? Attention Grade Reporters: We the student body be left out. We H-' 41 1IJ7i -

Jacksonville Upon the bus station Monday interested in securing best to cover ,all the news
he much do our ) .i
COUrse Gloria. you are very ( '''C'.T roi'fiT.C on .U..ORO Phone 150
? nu In Jackson- That's all right.I frequent the grade news from you. but we can't be expected to. get (>r TV. FLOHIOAI IV
to become a prt- aren't alone. Goodbys are Won't you please Jot down the It all. If you know anything that i:'iou v.Mitchell Jourdan. Plaintiff.
no lap dieIs these days. and deposit to the Haael urdanv. Defen
happenings of the week would be of interest paperwon't v* Freda
line a favorite With Well. .I've gotta run uptown dant. run Nn. tttcmr Day Night \
box before it down
we cleaned., so It in the news you please Jot >BR OF ppnMCATiovVf ,
: know, she .shall to IWtr, me..false teeth afternoon of each week? thus tell us about it? We want : NOTIf-K TO APPEAR
J w> u'e In I'd better eay Cheerio for this TATE OF FLORIDA to: Frrda .
ourwol'r7.er. That's your' Job, and it surely' your help, and cooperation. hazel Jourdan. whoa reeldenr la C I
week.Bye' now.
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1 Moore-Lesser Marriage M. U. met at the home of Mrs. temporarily bivouacking at the homecoming football "V

Im''I SOCIETY and CLUBS: Is AnnouncedMr. W. J. Epperson Monday after Arcade Hotel house, an' dance at BEg game( ,

noon, with Mrs. H. L. Hough So long tor
i leading the devotional, reading a. Tragedy-of-the-week: Charles YOu t

Dance For Paratroopers were, given to her and her hus- and Mrs Frederick W. beautiful poem and an article on Darby's new bird dog (orderedto
WSCS Members band while in China. Particularly Lesser of Massachusetts have an- prayer from Home Missions. This take the place of the one re- -CaNO

Held Saturday, Night Hear Talk By Mrs. Wear Interesting to her audience were nounced the marriage. of their was followed by prayer by each ..ently thefted) arrived with a

Ie exquisite pieces of embroideryand daughter, Virg I n I a Harriet to of the members. Mrs. Junlus broken tall! Incidentally con-
One of
the moat
is Charles Lewis Moore, Jr., on Saturday -
The Woman's Society of Chris drawn work made on the Smith gave. talk on Civilian Defense sternation reigned supreme among
dances of the season was held at
Oct. 31 in the First Bap-
USO tian Service of the Methodist finest linen; also a crocheted and the Red Cross program. local sportsmen when the news
Club No.1. Saturday evenIng -
tist Church Fayettevllle, N. C.
church was fortunate In havingas piece made by blind girls. Mrs. W. B. Alexander leader broke there'd be no g a s for
Nov. 7. This event
WM given
s, a guest speaker Monday afternoon The business session! was presided After a short stay in North had charge of the business meetIng huntln' this season! ,. Bill
in honor of the 508th Paratroop brad
la Carolina the to Flor- $
'. ( atatloned Mrs. Robert B. Wear, over by the president Mrs came and all members were urgedto Mundy looked aa If his last friend EPAIlet's
K Infantry now at Camp ida and has been"the guests of
i who with her husband had spent E. K. Ferryman who called on work at the Red Cross produc- had been hit by a dive bomberan'
Blanding. Mr. Moore's in Monticello,
fourteen years in China doing Y the nominating committee to report parents tion room on the appointed day. W. P. Smith was really up a
The dance formal and they before to West
was M. C. A. work. on the officers nominated for returning Key During the social hour the stump A a Bradford County's
GSO girls made a lovely, picturein where she Is a. in the
Miss! Olive Ray assistant chairman next year. Mrs. Titus Olson Mrs.L. lieutenant hostess served coffee and fruit rationing mogul he can't affordto
their varl-colored' : eveningdre of Circle Two conducted a D. Vining and Mrs. A, Z., Ad- Army Nurses. Corps stationed at cake and the members were en- set a bad example, but as one have your
Besides the Starke .
sea. glrlwIn Key West Barracks.Mr.
short devotional service, using the kins presented the followingnames tertained by two lovely solos by of our moat ardent hunters, be'.
f attendance were Butler, Moore Is well-known in
n 1 lesson for November from "For : President, Mrs. W a. Mrs. J. H. Engal accompaniedby [. Imply got to get .out In, those
State Farm and
Keystone Height Starke, having been district man- '
y the Facing: of this Hour. Halle; vice-president Mrs. W. E. Mrs. Stroebal.; fields some how My, oh, my
girls The Senior hostesses at for the Florida Power Ii
,f'; Middleton;. recording secretary ager The next meeting will be held What aprtdlcamentl: ,
4r the dance were Mr. W. H. Hart, Mra. W. B. Sewell Introduced Light Co, here before enteringthe
Mr. Julius It. Thorn corresponding In the church Dec. 21. -
; annex on
,i c J Mrs. John Healey and Mrs. Grace Mrs. Wear who spoke Interesting Army. He Is now stationed
iiwa Wainwright from Starke and ly of her experiences while in secretary Miss Olive Ray; with ground forces of the Air GUmpHed Coxswain Bill Grahamin DAINTY'. FOOTWEAR
Plan Tea Dance
1 Hr. W. O. Strlnjfellow, and Mlsi the Christian work in China interspersing treasurer, Miss Amelia Ray; and Corps at Pope Field Fort Bragg town complete In one Navy REPAIRS

Ruth Hershfleld from tie 'State I her narration with secretaries of the following departments N, C. Plans for a Thanksgiving tea uniform less mustache( OUR SPECIALTY
well ': Publ I cat ion s, Mrs. ; Seems he's Jus finished his"boot"
Farm. choice humor as as pathos. dance were formulated with the ,
Mis. Wear had on display a large Grace Wainwright; mission and. Baptist WMS 'Circles Woman's Service Organization of 'tralnin at Mayport an'

Woodman Circle Notice number,of handsome curios that Bible study Mrs. W. L. Blair; the USO at a meeting held Wed rates a holiday till Monday when Finest Leather
Christian social relations, Mrs. L. Met This Week Used
nesday morning at 10 o'clock. It h@ goes aboard ship Bill
Grove 278 Supreme Forest Hall. All members are Invitedto A. Davis; supplies, Miss Amy Co- was decided that sandwiches and says anyone who Joins the Navyto
burn student work Mrs. D. p, Circle One of the Baptist W. '
; from march in is due for TheElectric
( Woodman Circle will hold a regular attend. Refreshments will be coffee would be served and Mrs.J. .
sy firs t i meeting Tuesday night. Nov. served Mai M. Bryan Secretary Carpenter; children's1 -wo\kf\ Mrs. M.; the U.. home bead .!Its bf regular. meetingat W. Andrews M.... R. J. Davis,, a, very rude awakentn' He's Shoe
(, 24 8 ,, Titus Olson; pre-sc, O age work, : Mr Paul Raymond already walked off plenty of excess Shop
at o'clock at Woodman announced yesterday Monday afternoon.. Mrs. L. W. Koch and Mrs. O. L.
Miss Kate Struth:; spiritual life A. Across
baggage From ThratrJ
Rally 'round Park
.... E. ''led "the Beasley were appointed to have
LIghtfoot devotionaland
-------- work Mrs A. Wood.. The above alumni, an* don't forget the
charge of the Thanksgiving
named persons were unanimouslyelected. Mrs. Junluo M. Smith 'was pro- I
heard In an interesting talk on gram. ,
r{ My Many Team Experience Makes It Possible for Me to Render the Red Cross nutrition classes '
i i Mian Kate Struth requests that Notice To GSO GirlsAll OPEN FROM 11 A. M. TO 11 P. M.
inviting all members to take ad-
all gift boxes belonging to pre-
MODERATE! PRICESDeWITT school! group be sent to her at vantage of these session. GSO girls are requested to LUNCHEON35c

j C. JONES an early date. Miss Struth also The December meeting will beheld reserve Thanksgiving afternoon

Starke Florida requests coupons for the Methodist at the home of Mrs. C. A. from 5OO to 7OO: for a tea danceto

ft _,... ........ .. ..... _._ ..... """ .., _.... v- .' Children's Home be sent to Knight. be' given at the USO Club,
Circle Two of the Baptist W. Temple and Washington streets.
... her early, as there are special Inducements -
'" OJ< no CHOPS
offered Just now for SHRIMP. FISH SIRLOIN STEAK.


h Callstreet NO DRINK OR DESSERT _
r.- 129 East 'F"r-"r
BusinessVomen's Circle
We Maintain The Cleanest Place In Town

Organized MondayA .
9 A. M. to 7 P. M.

... ... -.- ,...... _. _._, _._ ._._ _,_ _.__ n._ ____I_, In 1932 it was hopes to be home In Dec. or Jan, GUIDON GRILLOpposite

breadlines and In 1942 its coffee- but he's pullin' for Xmas .
Monday evening at the
lines Glimpsed all of our Hope he makes It Myrtle Jim Forrest, Mgr
home of Mr. and Mrs. L. A.
OF MILITARY fiends '
Canova. The object of this new fondest waltfn patientlyfor Anderson is the proud possessor
their pound bf'' Java 'on the of letter
SUPPLIESFOR organization Is to give women a from Maj. Springer
eve of the "dreaded ratlonln' f ,
who In business In the (Sliit Dlv.) pralsln the stenog-
are day a '
THE SERVICE MEN OF CAMP BLANDINGWE chance to go to an evening meet- Hear Mrs. W, "E. 'Middleton hasa raphic (and other) ability of S-

OFFER FAIREST PRICES AND ing that will help their church good joke on' Dr"''. M. Seemshe Sgt. A. W.. Jr. Always hada BUY YOUR XMAS GIFTSEARLY

FRIENDLY SERVICE and also to enjoy a social time. used! to turn up his nose at hunch the boy'd make good .
anything but Maxwell House but
Mrs. L. A. Canova Is the
P. S. STORES Inc. now he drinks 'em all and reluctantly Talent like
the circle and Mrs. Charles poison ivy continuesto
admits| "they aien't so
crop out in the most unsuspected !
Torres is co-leader Mrs. Leila
J TWO STORES TO SERVE YOU Mundy was made secietary-treaa-; bad" Hitler's sure in for a places Frlnstance this
lot of cussln' from here on out
urer and Mra. Ethel M. delightful bit of poesy that came
Standing Center Bus Station Biggs at the-
'specially bieakfast table
enlistment chairman. Mrs. A. E, my way from the pen of that ole LET US PACK AND MAIL
And 145 W. Call St., Starke, Fla. Lightfoot acted as secretary pro when the pot is squeezed for that poet laureate, Sadie Prince:
all-important second cup an'nothln'
., tem. The meeting was opened comes out ETERNAL STORY THEM FOR YOU
with a devotional service and

prayer by the leader. Mr*. BiKgs Unusual Society'-! Living and loving ..
Cooing and dovlng ,
"WHY GOSH1NG ? was the appointed program for to have the charge week of of Week: "More and Leaser" Hating and fighting I

prayer for the Lottie Moon mis- Heralding the marriage of our I Scratching and biting. We Have A Brand ,New Line Of Florid
GO TO own Charlie L. (ex-Fla. Power & Emotions sweet and emotions
sionary work, and there will be a '
Light) to Virginia' Harriet Lesser sour !. ,
special meeting 0 n Wednesday By the way ... < Wonder who Rosebuds of love that never Xmas Greeting Cards And Gift Boxes
Water and Salt December
Water Fish evening 2.
gets the final say% In that team- flower .

Live and Dressed Poultry, Fruits and VegetablesNEWSOME'S During the social half hour up? Charlie rates a ser' Loving many Loving few ,

the hostess served light refresh geant's stripes while the bride Is .

ments. a lieutenant n'o leas, in the Loving those who don't love
nurses corps! Hear Mae you.

.c ; MARKET Sharon Hall Honored Priest leaves Suhday for Richmond This is life-you can't deceiveit. FINE GIFT NOVELTIES AT MONEYSAVING

i On 13th Birthday Va., to spend the Thanks .
4l Next Door To New Method Cleaners On Temple Ave. giving holidays with friends This is life-take it or leave it! PRICES

... .. ..... -.-- -..-.- ..... .... .-.- -. --- Mills Sharon Hall celebrated her Flash! For hint of an Interesting -
thirteenth birthday anniversary eventuality see State Plrasln rersonallty: Mrs. Lot

Friday( evening at the home of Farm news this week Enaey departln' yesterday after -,-

her grand-parents Mr. and Mrs a. visit here with mother-in-law,
L. S. Hutto and the living room Seen!' at the Shell Station after Mrs. Chas. R. -. Seems Lot Is

where the young people gathered bridging It at Camp Blanding la,,' now on convoy duty with the THE WONDER GIFT SHOP

wan attractively' decorated In Fall Thursday: Madge Mlddleton Navy In the Caribbean and she

colors. Abbie Hailey Lucile Mitchell. stays at Key West thereby gets

The dining table was covered Ethel Biggs, Fay Peterson Jean- ting to see him once-in-a-blue- 114 Thompson St. Starke Fla.HELP .

A with a handsome cloth and centered -'ette Young LillianStump an' moon Seems Dotty Sue

by a huge cake iced in pink Gus Sternberg .Looked like Biggs an' Nancy Knight are the
ola titties.*wUh lhei \ I
and white and embOHsed on the gang newest additions to the knittin

cake were the words '"Happy around ,Note" from Mary crew Saw 'em strollln down
Birthday to Sharon." The cake (Torode) Sturgis how a Meridian Call St. tother day with the

Sun., Mon., Tues.-Nov. 22, 23, 24 was topped with thirteen pink Mississippian! stating that she'sJus' goods in hand Quite a break ifert
candles and when they were enjoyed a couple days' visit for Rawson Davis beln' assignedto ib.We'

W lighted the guests were Invited from Beverly {Cady) Blackshear audit the courthouse here .

I Into the dining loom The beau- Bet a lot'of;local ears were He'll get to be at home a while, will, atlawWi9( 1t'!

tiful cake came as a great surprise burnin when these 'two got to- for a change Katy Wainwright -
%Y"o to Sharon as her grandmother gether! Mike Dew who's an' infant dotter, Mary

p M ,..wN Mrs. Hutto had told her been "down under" with the Catherine off this week to join
"4 u 1 ots there was not enough'sugar to Navy for lo these many months Nookle (In Kisslmmee They're WANTED

o'1B t make a cake because sugar is A,_._-,_! !... I- IIM I, -.----. .--.
't1 a d ttdt1 rationed now to help our Army. ----

d d ntwj$ Games were played on the FLORIDA MOTOR LINES' continuing contributors of IN

lawn and around a big oak fire Dolt trained men to fill key positions in the armed forces has
x tOycr wieners and marshmallows were 'op.ned'de.irable' '
,Vdh : sGlr roasted. In a contest the first tial industry. This is a War of Transportation.sued'
prize was won by Roy Johnson
Jr., and, he Wall given a bottle of Florida Motor Lines employees are doing their bit sup

perfume; Helen Lott also won a Now plying vital transportation to all phases of the war effort.

prize and was given a powder The opportunity snow. open to YOU to join this war-

pufi' Sharon received a large t .. 1- essential. group. -

; y.S, i.y i. number of gifts from her friends, WHile Stocks '
and the favors were a tiny book '\VwA .i'1 A.M.r FOR MEN

for each guest. Mrs. Hutto was .

y assisted In serving by Mrs. Till- COACH OPERATORS: Age 21 and up; good

\ ?" and man Mrs Hutto.' A. Miss McElrae.Garnfta Hutto Complete 9 driving: experience (heavy equipment preferred).

.. 5 feet 7 inch., 150 pounds, minimum 8th grade
FONDA BALI seventeen merry party persona was and enjoyedby the BUY YOUR XMAS TREE LIGHTS BULBS education '(High School preferred)

.aMOII out-of-town guests were : Roy RIBBON. AND WRAPPING PAPER WHILE Stewards Garage Employees
ION10NiTE Johnson Jr., Mrs. Lecy Denmarkand SELECTIONS ARE GOOD

III STBEETLA Mrs. Tillman I Hutto, Jacksonville Our stock'of luggage is still good
; Mr. and Mrs. A. McElraeof we a FOR MEN and WOMEN
I Kutch Town. Penna. splendid selection, as long as our, present stock
Mr1ANI. lasts
lUSlM rALLln1yN
; asMI IIOOIIIIUe SAIl UYIIII : ft' ',. Ticket Ag.nts Baggage Clerks, Bookkeepers. Cal-
x. ,+ SAT COWNi wauA.. MAlIOII Oil M.IIIII'HIS Be Quick To TreatBronchitis BUY XMAS AND--GREETING---- ---- -- CARDS- -- NOW and culators.Cleaners.Stenographers. Typists. Clerks Janitors


01111 NItSON sad "
,,,. a 'THE HOLIDAYS. A SPLENDID It has always been our policy to give preference in employment

Sh. ASSORTMENT TO, SELECT FROM ,'to man and women'Cving along our rout**.

'Y'' dunb I r' nv, us Chronic bronchitis nay develop If If you are Interested' mail postcard or letter. gIvIng' '

Lu,, a ouasausvor. your cough Is not chest treated cold and or acute bronchitis We are now showing many items; in china glass- nam, address, age, .... and Indicate position you are
i" acuiw.aiJl+afLugld you cannot "'* best suited for. to PERSONNEL DIRECTOR, FLORIDA,
afford to take chance with any medi ware and chrome ware
-urru ri cine less potent than Creomulsfan (., MOTOR LINES. JACKSONVILLE. FLA. An appKh0"

which !goes right to the seat of the WE STILL HAVE SOME' SPLENDID FISH- blank will be mailed to and if 'ou are acceptableand

e THUTilIIi RADY TO SUYI YOU WITK WAR laNDS AND SlAMPS laden trouble phlegm to help loosen and aid and expel nature germ to ING RODS. REELS AND LINE. THESE position is open, arrangements you will be made for I

'' Also soothe and heal raw.tender inflamed ITEMS 'ARE DISCONTINUED BY THE personal interview and further consideration.

bronchial mucous membranes. MANUFACTURER., BUY NOW FOR THE
Creomulslon blends beechwood DURATION l i pill t/r
creosote by special pt'OCt'aWith other tt
: ,
; CUCARACHA"A time tested medicines for coughs.
It contains no narcotics.
No matter how many medicines Koch Store
Spanish Musical In TechnicolorAnd you have tried tell your druggist to Drug.
sell you a bottle of Creomulslon with ILORI
the understanding you must like the AMoTORJINE$
Latest War News milting allays the cough per L Starke, Florida
i tIfI rest and sleep or you are to
have your money back. (Adv.. asau+eYe

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BITS of LOCAL NEWS I II1r1alD RED CROSS later PRODUCTION at once with ROOMS Mrs. Duke.: Mrs.H. Building Permits 1! r. K. YOUNG SCHOOL

1011' Edna Home Eco-
C. Brown Barclay
reports that several During the past week City

GuY of Ocala spent Miss Bernice Mallory spent the Mrs. M. C. Wells and Miss -APPEAL- boxes of garments are ready to be.hlpped. Clerk Call Johns has. Itwuetl nomist from the P. K Young Lab-
Lecy oratory School In
] here wit h her week-end with relatives In Jacksonville Denmark of Jacksonville Mrs. O. L. LJnsIn has building permits to the following) Gainesville was

Iftk.end Ister-ln-law, Mr. and week-end were .4. relaeaM ...,.. far sad a...." volunteered to take over the knit- persons: a Starke visitor Wednesday afternoon
and guests at the home of the H_ ('roork !. Nlerke, speaking In' the Recreation
rrtd GUY. O. P. Hutto has returned to Mr. and Mrs. L S. Hutto.EVERGREEN. Prepared by Stall Mexbrm, have ting department been and rapid strides E. W. Hayes, Nov. 16, $200 for I I Hall of the Methodist Church on
of Gaines- Fort Benning, Ga. after made since this began. remodelling garage; {
Hazen a seven I the subject, "Share your meat"
Ruby Volunteer Chalrmm of Red Our hats are off to Mrs. Llnsln
this week of days furlough spent here with his Mrs. A. A. Annls Nov. 16, $1001
>{> \* guest Cross! met Tuesday .morning at, for her work in the productionrooms | The meeting was arranged and
)11'1I. A. E. McKlnney. parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. S. Hutto.W. fly Mr*. F. A. Roller ten; o'clock In the 'Red Cross, and her hours In the observation for making apartment out of office -1 j directed by :Mrs. JU A. Davis,

91 C. Rhoden of Camp E. Thornton, city police of- Rooms. A publicity program was tower. Staff Assistants building at the A, A. Annls chairman of the Women's Division I
Wednesday Iretta
ita. arrived ficer, returned to work Tuesday Brannen spent the I
discussed to Interest tbe public In Hazel Matthews and
Virginia Lumber Co.
day furlough with night after several I weekend In Starke with Mills of the Civilian Defense I
O absence
) days'
the: Disaster Institute to be held Darby are assigned' and asked to .
from his "beat" because of, Ill Grace Dew. Monday. Nov. 30. In the Recrea- take over the work of seeing l'0 "A- LITTLE CHILD- Council of Iiradford County. j
g up.
te.IST.L CLEAR': cleaning. ness. During his absence Desk Miss Coy Router of Jackson- Jon rooms of the M e t h odist that the kit bags are filled in the SHALL LEAD THEMVOLUNTEER ."
.. tru, tailoring, **. the Sergeant Voley F.. Manning serv- ville was visiting her parents Mr. Church. An instructor sent from production rooms. This is a new ,

In" Tailors, opposite ed In his place. and Mrs J. Q. Roster Sunday Washington will be here and Its project and will mean that every AT YOUR CIVILIAN FOR DEFENSE VICTORY I r Private Jonesv '

1fIII1rt Mr. and Mrs G. Miner of ,night.Mrs. hoped that the people of Starke, soldier who goes' across will have OFFICES AND RED CROSS OFFICES ., ; I I'I
Bewe .ColBon. who hasKriitog Winter Haven spent two or three I H. F. Redding and Mr. will attend this meeting. It is his Red Cross kit bag with him. I
bet parents Mr. and days In Starke this week visiting and Mrs. Russell Redding at- vitally necessary, at. this time to These bags contain everythingfrom DAY. ARMORY TQ,

r, f. Flume.' left last week Ray O. Bice, and also prospecting tended the funeral of Mrs. Ellery have .a disaster program in.. full buttons to chewing gum

Ga- where her with a view to establishinga Groves at Long Branch Saturday.Mr. swing.. Starke and Bradford I and will give our boys a little reminder ,

jliitatloned at a nearby business here. and Mrs. Dan Rosier and county are too close to Camp of Mom's sewing basket f s '

Lamp. :Mrs. T. L. Hamiter took hertittle Mrs. Philip Rosier and childrenof Standing and the Naval Air' Station and a few comforts while at the t rt '

rifle Johns had as. supper 6-year-old daughter, Carol Jacksonville were visiting relatives to escape damage If there is frouU I 'I

Sunday night her sister, to' the Alachua County Hospital here Sunday night. any enemy action directed toward CAMP AND HOSPITAL, SER- FOR ACID INDIGESTION 'I'I

taste McCutcheon also Mr. Wednesday morning to have her' Aubrey Carter of Jacksonville these military objectives. Remember VICE: Mrs. K. O. Duncan reports ''I

js S. E. Gross and :Mr. and tonsils removed.Mr. "spent the week-end here with his it has happened to other that four curd tables, 10 records, .

{award Gross Ul of Jack- and Mrs. William McWhin- father Joe Carter. countries and "It can happen toUR several books and an album have
nle of New York City and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Moeely, Mrs. b..en donated to the hospital recreation I

,t'9 9'HEDVLE Willie Colson Strickland of Ala Daisy Prlngle and daughters and STAFF ASSISTANTS: ,Mrs. R. rooms at camp. The They shall not pa.-oot anti Private I
g-SO.: P. M. chua wereIeltts Friday of Miss Arthur Redding were visit- A. Green reported that to date Stark'e W6maVs Club donated a one. 11I1i..... hl. cell. His beet
L a 10(:)10'"tlle P. M.only-. Misses Olive and Amelia, ,Ray, ing B. E. Rosier and mother Sun- 21 girls have qualified to serve In punch bowl/and 24 cups. These lira made it with RDMFOBD-rfce
Lg Not by Ocala night. this capacity and,.rll.dOlng,cler-, room are for our convalescent baking powder that helpi eve". aaetee
L 50cCarpenter's ..
f Mrs. T. J. Griffin Mr. and Mrs to turn out delle'r" c*
f x. t-:...tho..d cal work In the Red!: Cross rooms. oldlerl The army'' furnishes the .- FMKKt Victory booklet r' .;rrr.cipeet
t x 400 A. M. L. A. Rennolds, Charley Johns will assist t Help conserve Q % t<
They In the Bradford necessities and the Red Cross
r x. 7:20: A. M. and Miss Gloria Johns were In PINE LEVEL Rumford Baleen: *: i .Ct.: ..JX ,
p M. .20: P.' 1\(. County Health Unit on Dec. 8 and chapters attempt to help build Drug Store Rumford, Rhode! ..
St. AuKUitlnt Gainesville Sunday afternoon at- Hy Mrs. II. M. McRae "'
to Fnr
9, will assist the morale .
and Rationing by furnishing a few lux -
7:20 A. M. -
I' tending the marriage of MlsaMlntle
6:18: P._ M. I The Rev. W. E. Hall of Green Board when called on for the next uries. We all get well quicker
Pettlt William John
L Ly U., W..tbo.a For Patatka... Olivenbaum. The to marriage took Cove filled his appointment here registration. They are workingwith when things are comfortable and I CLASSIFIED ADSFOR I

only 1:10: A. M. place In the First Baptist church last week-end, and he and Mrs. Chairman C. ,H. Nasworthyon cheerful. Help our boys to recover .

A y}, 8:30: A. M. and Miss Gloria Johns was maidof Hall were dinner guests of Mrs his Disaster Preparedness Pro. and get back to the fighting

M.UI.lr Tally. Special honor to the bride. Inez Kelly on Sunday. gram and they are helping with fronts by calling Mrs. Duncan and RENT 5-room house with LOST--Strayed away from my
y 10:40 A. M. Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Hall and the nutrition classes now being donating to her collection.
and water
I lights running ; near farm near Heilbronn Springs
t J' 7:10 P. M. Mr, and Mrs. I. P. Shepherd i conducted in the Recreation
$ only 8-SO: P. M. children and Mrs. L. E. Haiti JUNIOR RED CROSS: Mrs. St. I Farmers' Market; will be avail- last Friday, two mules. One
1, x, Tally. Special Mrs. G.' E.>Miller and small son wanger all of Jacksonville spent rooms of the Methodist Church Peter reports that school stu' able Monday. Apply R. A. New. bay horse mule about 900 lb..

Jack were in Monticello last the week-end with relatives here. : every Tuesday and.Thursday afternoon dents met Thursday. Nov. 12, and some 333 North Cherry St It and one black mare mule about

Al week vial ting Mr. Shepherd'smother Friends of :Mrs. E. J. Lewis will : and evening. Our deepest formed a council from their own 700 Ibd. Anybody who knows
who is confined to her regret to know that she Is 111. : WHY RENT when you can own
appreciation Is expressed to the organization. Marjorie Grider, a the whereabouts of these' mules
bed because of a fall that Injured Mr. and Mrs. E. J. McRae of your own home Highway lots
army wives who are giving so member of the Senior Class was will please notify N. 1> -
her hip. Waldo were dinner guests Monday selected as acting Chairman. Ida. for sale cheap. Cash or term. Starke Fla lip
of Mr and Mrs H. M. Mc- unstintingly of their time and ef- lou Davis will serve as publicity D. E. Knight. 11.13 21p

Rae. \ LOST-.If the party who took a
fort.MOTOR chairman. Each claps selected a XK) SALK cans.II. U.
Mr. and Mrs. Emmett Lanier CORPS: ;Mrs. Glen representative on the council. The leather coat from the Guidon

of Jacksonville were visiting old Duke,, reports, ,that, she! haw"secured group will meet 'at the Legion Carter Maxvllle. Fla. lip Grill last week will return It,

friends here Sunday. enrollment of five people Home every Tuesday afternoon at FOR SALK-New, well-fui'nUhed he will be given $7, and no

and Milton St., Peter- has vol. 4 o'clock to do Active War Work. 4-room lake home with sleepIng questions asked. Guidon Grill.It

Eugene Sheppard unteered his time to train this To date the Junior Red Cross porch At MldlakcH, 2 miles

Corps. Those Having first aid Corps has shown more enthusiasm from I Keystone: Heights on Road LOST-One red, butt-headed cow.

PEPAIRIMGWHILE Eugene Sheppard, 40-year-old are eligible and are urged to reg.: and cooperation than any other 28. P. O. Box 063: Staike Fla. Will give birth soon Unmarked. -

Daytona Beach farmer died at -. --- - Up Reward for return to
pots the State Prison hospital last Friday Stark
Claude E. Batten, lip
FOR 8AL.B1931 4-door Ford
after"an illness
0 f three
weeks. Among his survivors area sedan reasonable; 4 practicallynew I LOSTIn Starke. 1 bunch keys

brother, William S. Sheppardof PLACE YOUR ORDER EARLY I tires 1 good spare. New o!\ ring and, chain. Reward.

Starke. The body was prepared Atlas battery and Champion I'bone 134. Up

Jon'i put ,off s for burial by DeWItt C. FOR spark plugs. Apply Box: 13 o
Jones and was shipped to Bar-
the time to buy and build small
(AutomobiletStUTAttCtt YOU WAIT bersville, where funeral services FOR SALE-1942 Ford pick-up home on highway lots. For
were held Sunday excellent condition S good tires.J. "
TURKEYSWe sale cheap on term*.-D. E.
M. Edward. Phone 94. tf Knight. 11-13 2tp
All Work Guaranteed NOTICETo I I

I Only Highest Quality Our Many Friend In Starke WANTED: Waitresses. $10 per 'SITUATION WANT1D-f"male: '.

arley E. JohnsAgency Leather Used My wife and I are no longer Have A Fine Lot Of Corn And week. Guidon Grill It Experienced bookkeeper with

**"" .. a... : connected with the Starke Dry v 30 hours spare time., Write Box ,

Cleaners.-H. A. Snyder. ltp Peanut Fed Hens And Gobblers Arriving HELP WANTED ticket agents 431-E. Starke. Itp
I ST4RKB FLORIDA for Camp Blnndlng. Must be
U9 draft exempt. Bonded ponltlon.
East Call Street
nl"I'o"'I. I'lWl- For Saturday's Sale IF YOU WOULD
8-hour tricks, steady light
ne IS REPAIR NT4KKH.] KI.OKIItA milk cows stock cows, beef
n. P. W. DOCKET !%0. FI.-\-H11. work. See Mr. Williams
Representing 4aerOse i From P tofflee 1.0 cattle, stock bulls or hogs, get
|HE! TRAVELERS, Hertford Sealed bids for furnishing" and --,------------ Orange Lines ticket i office In touch with J. D. Odom, Jr.,
liixtallliiic! sewage dlHiuiHul plant In between
Blending Center Staike
the City of Stark*, Florida I will be Box: 247 Starke; Box: 204 Lake
City received Office by the In Starke city Council, Florida at, until the- BE SURE TO ORDER EARLYSO 2 and 4 P. M. Itp City; Telephone 481 Lake City.

two P. M. (2:00: V. M-I!< W. Ton WANTED--local lady for laundry Auction market every Thursday
Monday, the nrvpnth 47th) day. on all classes of live stockat
of Drrrmbrr. HM2 at which time and dry cleaning route.
[SAFE! FASTV! COMFORTABLE! and place. all ItldH received. will bepublicly Starke Dry Cleaners and Laun Lake City at 2:30: P. M.
opened and read aloud.
In trurtlonn to Hidden*, Form of TO DRESS THEMS.R.JOIINS. dry. It FURNISHED A P A R T M ENTS.

tall Proposal Oeneral. Condition, De Waldo, 14 ml. south of Starke,
Npeelfirailons of Contract -
and Honda and Drawings may dally. 1 and 2 rooms. Electricity: hot
be nxamlned. at the office of the -.N. K. Wamlln, State Road 13.
-------------- water Inner spring mattresses
Clark of ,
City Ktarkn Florida, and
RIDE THE BUSSES I at the office of Charles 1 1. Klchhelmvr 3 mL north of Waldo. 11-6 4tp Frlgidalres. $25/ per couple, per

i llrewlon of Mt'rth"'I:: and of Mllln Reynolds, P. U.: month. No children or pets. -
Courteous Correct Information Box, 4S17, nth Floor Roberta Build. LANDS ARE PERMANENT In Mi''. Maude Wesley tf
Inir Jacksonville, ! rople* thereof obtained .
upon payment
Given You At of lift.00 for each H"t. which money: will get cheaper, lands .WANTED TO BUY- Frying or
payment will be refunded upon return higher.' Time now to buy lots roasting chickens and turkeys
of Much wet In rood condition
UNION BUS STATION within ten day after bid have and build small homes. High live or dressed, any number. Also
been opened and read. way tots cheap for cash orterm. milk fed veal. We pay mar-

The right said-4o City waive Council any Informalltle reservesthe rr r I I .JI ..-.D. E. Knight 11-13 2tp ket prices. Guidon Grill. It
In or to reject any or all bids n
Each bid mast be accompaniedby i
a cawhler'n check or a certified
check or bid bond In the amountof
NAT SEZ: five percent <5%) of the base
bid aft n that the bidder '
If awarded the contract, will J i iJ
Heard a story the other day within ten (10) consecutive calendar PRIEST'S
she day after written notice beinggiven
about a woman so wealthy of auch award Into a
committed suicide by hanging herself Starke written; Florida contract, In with accordance with of

hOle! They'rereally the accepted hid. and rIve a performance qr
with nylon
.S // a bond Manufactory to the
f fJ
t scarce! article*, thee days, City of Btarke. equal to one hundred J dIt TOWNOPENS

but I'll let you In on a littlesecret No (100 Bidder%) may of the withdraw contract bin price..bid

how to buy a pair. Just within sixty (60) days. afteothe
$85 War Bond from date eel for the opening thereof

purchase Steraberg's a utore.. We .will ,then City By: of CARL Htarke JOHNS Florida, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 21ST., 1942
accord you the dbitlnsuWied privilege City Clerk. 11-20 3t 13-. J

of purchasing a pair of nylon I* THM fIRCI; 'IT OI'RT OF Til] i
hose at the regular I ] KTATH OF FI.ORIO. I*
,early! and avoid the ttnh.' AVII FOR BRADFOKU. COINTV .

IN l'H.t5'eRV.Wiliam J, McDad. ; I Again,we are happy to announce the opening of Priest's Toy Town. Santa's

I II II I I Mary Mcpude.vs.Plaintiff ::: RILL DIVORCE FOR ;11' message is to shop early and to co-operate with Uncle Sam by mailing all packages f

I RDER Defendant OP'. PIT LJCATION I Q' early. "Toy Town is being opened with almost a complete stock though quantities

STATE TO MAny Of FLORIDA, McDADB-: ; are limited. Many items will be sold out the first week.
You are hereby ordered and required pII

tint day to of appear December entitled on Monday A. Court I>..,1943 the to. WE INVITE YOU TO SHOP EARLY AND USE OUR LAY AWAY 8
the above
s s TT .Plaintiff... pin, of seeki Complaint to obtain wherein a divorce the PLAN. A SMALL DEPOSIT WILL LAY AWAY :YOUR ORDER NOW t

from you.
Bradford County Tele.raph I is. G WHEEL GOODS
k hereby designated l a> the news.paper DOLLS. (
I'llllt.CHUKS".91116te In which thl. Order shall be j/ a
o'1 published once a week for four Priest's stores have always been known.
consecutive week. Priest's dolls are just as beautiful as
ecaletthe ,, for better values in WHEEL GOODS. i
I WITNESS above Court my thlillt7th' day ..f d,. ,I Buy yours while we still have some ever and with a small deposit you may
November. A. I>". !....at Btarke..*. r lay today.GREETING.
yovrs away
Bradford County., Florrta'k, .tl I stock' : left. S
A. J. of the
I Circuit Court, Bradford j/
11-20 4t 12-11 S
i of the shortage in gift goods
In spite. liuy your greeting cards now, address
f MATTRESSES i 8 today you will be amazed at the assortment them and bald' for mailing later. s
found in Priest's Stores.
A "moneuverable" ho.. Boot front, Hi-lo/ 11 MADE OVERLABOR II J '

back. Will "double" for all kinds of serviceIn ..4 ,, BOOKS & GAMES DECORATIONSAmerican I
will more to American made decorations for American -
military and civilian pursuits. Fin. plump and games mean
$3.50 II your boys and girls' now. Ours are both homes. Stocks are complete but ?

calfskin/ Double Wolfed WORK GUARANTEED ., i interesting and educational. quantities have been limited.
-?Called For and Dellvered-

$7.95Sternberg's GainesvilleMattress VAN H. PRIEST COMPANY ,

Co. 5c TO $1.00 STORES ,

TeL 1031 Gainesville or Write. "

Box 431-A. starke, g fXi c ts c e u cKae s s cPQ .


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1 ,c" : : 8 P. ML A WAR BONDs

It yk7;. 1 y*feiMftffl-3PV bMCtOb-S3P- 'Bi'i flBhMfl-SIR tt&h-IMdtf &B riBBhMriflAite EI'* -----A-----BS i s SEETHE
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I>V:,,,; Everybody Come Out And Back The Team! GAME. .' FREE

sP ,
1942 SCHEDULE 7" : ; -

"' .,, .. .
SepL 25 Baldwin 0 Starke : 19 \, .. r

Oct 2 Green Cove 0 Starke - - 0 GAME, PLAYED AT BRADFORD PARK

,9 City 24 Starke 0
- :r, - -
Oct. 16 G'ville 13 Starke .. .. -'- 0 WEEK OF' THE GAME AND PRESENT

1. I OcL23 Alachua 0 Starke .. .. .. 34 i I RECEIPT FOR SAME 'AT'THE GATE

idI' Oct. 30 Hastings 20 Starke .. r .. .. .. .;. .. .. 20. : .I GAME YOU WILL ABSOLUTELY BE ADMITTED FREE OF CHARGE.TO THE
} Nov. 6 .. Sl PaulO Starke '

NOV.20 ... BONDS!
- JASPER--------HERE :
'I : :" "" '<',:>"""'if,,,

,;)S vr. NOV.25 ,- - LAKE BUTLER (Tent.) HERE -"COACII C AS RISER" J .

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'_ Jerry's Schlitz Old Milwaukee Beer Kidd's Sinclair Service

Foot Long Hot DogsSistrunk's

?'a l Park Theatre ,. R '.,',' Bradford Engineering Co.
: :
Feed & Seed Store ,., .' .' \ \ J. M. Edwards

', ..,,':.. Fe,. Canova Pharmacy I'
City Barber Shop .... :. **; Starke I Ice
,,' i '. : ; \"'\" .;' CompanyBlanding
:'(:'-'d": ,v*.* HaroldC.WallAgency :.;. '; ,' "
,. m.ityfrpi .' "
I. :, ,,' .; )
\k't' 1' Center
"t' .; I Bowling Alley
The Guidon Grill All Forms.of Insurance : J.}'::..
: ', ,
1,)*\u> : :: ,; ,:":f, ':::,,:., Organize A'Bowling LeagueCARPENTER'S

'} Starke Beauty Shoppe .&-;*'::;;!. : Lady Fair Beauty Salon ,':: l':: 5 S
4 ;.; ,',. i,;\. ':' Denmark Furniture Co. ,' The Rex a II Store
Chevrolet Co.Leila's .
: ;.=. Florida Bank,At ", :'f;,:I w:!. Florida &Ritz Theatres
\. : I Starke ....\ tq{ '\.1; .- .. ..
f '
Dress Shop & Beauty Salon ; Member F.' D. I.I C. \ili$ "i\;;'
,1 ; \ Electric Shoe
r ., : ; Shop
TT OC lap ,,. .\ ';:'"';.,." Eastern Auto Supply l ,! ,. ', Acrou From Park Theatre

> -. .;; :. BarksdaIe'sStore
K. G.
., :
Peterson Dairy ..., : '.
\ '4. < t< ,.,
Standard '
Oil. Products
.'Y'' I .-, Union Bus Station

RE Tucker >..\.:; ,,...,... Krv ii,r; S. R: Johns, & Son ;, .. : For Information Phone 147
Sinclair Products ',.. 'u: &! r
#::; :%; "
Andrews .P"'."... ,,. J. P Roberts. Motors "\,, MickeysCafetena,
Company" .<'j,:,'>" '.. ,..#" '," "i .SO' ,. ( Koch's Drug Store
,'' .' ; Sam Rosenberg & n <' : .
Paramount GrillStarkeBlanding > ,l \ ." :::,

",;1:; ;. Hartman J. M.AJyarez
.: ;"'::!''II"q... "'
'' Tailors i _, "."'.'1." :" Established 1894
h Ed. Prince Mathews "
Model Dairy
'r, Bradford Hardware Company

a !, ADMISSION: Adults 55c Students 30c Service Men 30c


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By IL B. Wiggins P: R. Carra ...IIUI'" BAPTIMTRev.
Pvt. G. W. A. HI. i.lhf'ot. raatorea
Norris Hicks spent the : CHURCH '
Kathleen Says : I N. V *llMt Street
week-end with his mother, Mrs) Rev. llerbrrt Huzzanl, Pa tor. Churcn School >9:18 A. M.
Carrie Kalch. Sunday School at 10. MornlBtt I Worship 11.00: A. M.
M. T. if. 7:00 P. M.
Mrs. Grace Beal was the weekend :Morning Worship at 11. Sub- Kvenlnir Worship 8:00 P. M

fiancy', Is the Most Unhappy of Wives guest of her parents, Mr. and ject "The Creed. Woilnceilay Worship- 8.00 P, M.

Mrs. J. E. Adktna.Mm. Evening Worship and Youth .
Ball I17ncUc.WNU Feature*. FIRST MBTTfOIMWHe -
Lena Rowe of Macclenny Fellowship at 7. G. C. l'o..r..... PVatvrISO 4.eit Chaag4t
M. ('......h Street!!
spent Sunday with Mr. and Mra. Evening sermon. subject: "The Church
School It:00 A. M.
W. L. Bugg. Tongue." Sunday Worship 11:00 A. hf.
Ray Parker spent the week- Young Penple t 00 P. M.
Kvenlnsr] Worship I-00 P. U
end In Hampton with friend and Wednesday Wor.hlp ':01 P. U.NT. .
telatlves. Sunday. Nov. 22,*, -

Mrs. J. L. Williams and Mrs. 10 A. M, Sunday School. Regular n..".. MAHK'M Frei Yerke.KPlaCOPAf.MI ', ureter.

Geraldine Williams spent Friday 4th Sunday offering to Baptist : N. Chiirrk Street
Children's Home at Arcadia Church fhhool 10:09 A. M.
Ed Durban In Lawtey. Sunday Womhlp l/OO: A. M.
Pvt. and Mrs. M. C. 11 A. M. Morning Worship. Sub- Sunday' Rv nln. 7:30: P. M.
//tt Vining ject: "The Christian Wairlor'sArmor. Friday EveninIr' 7:SO P. M.
spent Saturday In Gainesville.Mrs. ," Holy bays JO:00 :A. M. .

A A. Meade has '
2 accepted 7 P. M. Young People's Service FIRST. PBRSBTTKBIVNnv. -
% t(% a Job nursing in Starke this week. Studies Gas.. H. "'''... l*...torS14H
in Prophecy 8 P. M. Pop-
Russell Williams, Ray m ond North rkrrrr Mi-
ular Evangelistic Service. Good Church School 10:00 A. M
Slade and Percy Griffin left Wed- Sunday Worship I : '1
nesday for Camp Blanding. singing lively time with definite Senior i crusader lJOOp.A''toI'' !
soul-saving appeal. Intermediate Youth 900 P. M.
Pvt. Marvin Eiland spent the Evening Worship 7.00 P. B.ST. .
Wed. Mid-Week Prayer Meeting
JI -. week-end with his patents Mr. ,
and Bible Study. Assignment 1
and Mrs. L. D. Elland.' rnwAitn CATHOLIC
Thess. Chap. 4. H.". Ibim. J. Mvrpkr, Pa....
These will be services at the Tempi Av.... '
Attention all Lawteylteo! De- %. ,
Baptist Church Sunday. Preaching Early Man 9 00 A. M.lilvlK .
cide now and plan to attend the Mrrvlre
by Rev. Reese. Everybody is Union Sunday Mass 8 00 A. M.
Invited. Thanksgiving Sunrise Ser- Week Day Mans 8:00: A. M.
vice, Nov. 26/ at 7:30: A. ,M. at
Mrs. Weuthersbe is visiting Mr. the Baptist Church. Sermon by KIX.OIKY ...."So] Ilk >'n.'..
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I r iind Mrs. Henry Saxon. Rev. Forbes, E. Fuller. Three Services II.Every M Illlnan.Sunday o.

Verta Wall spent several daysIn churches In town are uniting in Sunday' I\.h.ol-IO A. M.'

Hampton last week with iflatlv thin one, special day of the year, Morning Wornhlp--- 11 A. M.t.OIPKI. .

<)3. He left here for Ohio. for ,Thanksgiving to God. How TAIlKHVAri.RBlblo '
/ / .show ourselves be the ttihoul each iord Day at
\ Mrs. Lynn Hall to by way
spent Saturday :3 t P. &t. Serve the Festive Bird-Plump With Stuffing!:
In Palatka.M. ungrateful to God we Americanawe Jlvahll.tI.tlo: Srvlc Sunday .
-a STAY evening:K.BlbU (See Recipes Below.)
AWAY from the church
I.. WatterBOn and family. K. Hludy Tuesday Evening I _
services! It la HIGH TIME that ,I:15-In Mission lIa II.
B. Watterson and family and we of this communitY' become Children Bible Lesson & Choral Day of Praise ThanksglvlngDinner
Mrs. J. E. Simmons and Barbara work Wednesday a P. M. Chilled Cranberry; Juice
awake and bend some efforts to Victory Prayer Uroup ThuridayKvanwMlstlo
Horne spent Sunday i n Silver show that we are thankful. Dis- a P. B. Now that the frost-nipped dayshave Roast Chicken or Turkey;
Spi'Ings. Meeting :Friday the With Rice Stuffing
and we've gathered
interest and come
pure downright lazi- night 8.16.tiiiinni
Pvt. :M. C. Vining left Mondayto harvest Thanksgiving Baked Hubbard Squash
ness will be the only answer for Brussels
return to his camp In Texas. folks staying awAy from Thanks- orllmrrr 'IIRIN' r-, ; : time Is Sprouts
\ k\ Frederick Watterson left Wed- Pi........ Minutere at) here again. It Yam* With Orange
giving Day services, unless some Study 10 00 A. y Apple Muffins
Is Thanksgiving -
really a
-V nesday to Join the Coast Guard. unavoidable circumstances keep Mornlnawornnlp I a ..MTh. Lord Pickled Pears Cucumber Pickles
Supper 11:00 for a year
Shi Smith Sunday In : A. M.
t. spent them away. "TL. Evening: I Worship 7-.10: P. M, l' ..1 i of plenty it not of 'Hot Mince (or Hot Apple Pie)
On this of the Thursday Worship 7-.10 P. M. Coffee Cider Milk
onexlHy year and it'sto
Janet the who Teemed helillome. peace,
I Inset at a canteen man averything ivonjer/ul (
Raisins Nuts
Our attraction was mutual; Paul was a second lieutenant, hanjiomapopular. proclaimed by President Rooseveltfor be celebrated
WCTU GLEANINGSUKRAINIAN ,. the giving of thanks to God TIIERESSA with a dinner Recipe Given

let us show that we "are" thankful By Miss Ida Hatpin symbolic of the

Ml, KATHLEEN NORRIS WOMAN U R 0 K: 8 by coming out to such Thanks 1 plenty of harvest. Your family; will Stir In rice and mix well. Crush

,PASSING FANCY GREATER WARTIME EFFORT. 'giving 'meetings. A good pro- Sgt. C. Britt of Camp Shelby i feel a deep and heartfelt satisfaction oven-popped rice cereal into coarse

BV ANCY ROBINSON conj When the first thrill of far SPEAKER SAYS RUSSIA HAS gram Is being planned, and you'llbe Miss., and his mother were visitIng if you place yellow-gold and crumbs add parsley seasoningsand

)\j siders herself the un- places has been dulled by the DKATH: PENALTY FOR GIVING I out promptly at 8:30. Everyone the Thomas family Saturday. deep crimson autumn leaves over stock. Combine with rice and

happiest young wife inBlithe reality of their distance from SOLDIERS LIQUOR. Is James Edward Lee, who is attending the mantel or provides a blazing Are mix thoroughly.
world. She isn't that, home; when the seductive ef 1 :: the U. of F. In Gainesville and have* bowls of lush colored Yams With Oran,... I
Arcadia, Nov. 10 Valentina 1 Tom Beck, former Lawteylte the week-end with his shelled nuts blushing ,
Hut spent grapes, crisp (Serves I)
she has indeed a sad prob- fective of soft, tropical moonlight -
Mite a naturalized Ukrainian en- I and boxer of local fame,, spent mother and with D. J. Phillipsand pears and apples within comfortable S to S pounds yam 1 1I
Han to solve and one thatBnbably is sharpened by the tertainer and*lecturer, who Is the several hours here Wednesday family.J. reach. oranges peeled I! i

won't be the conflict of war; when the wife of a cadet training here at \
only greeting old frlendn. Tom ia con B. Swindell and Merle Pack- The Bird Itself. H cap brown sugar

KK of its kind as these war memory of fried chicken and Dorr Field spoke before the Ar- nected with the government In ham left last week for Bartow, Select tender chicken for roasting. 154 cups pineapple juice

pan go by.'LastFebruary'she. church on Sunday and ,thick cadia Woman's Club yesterday.She the capacity of a steering wheel where they will be employed. Pick"dry. Singe and take out pinfeathers Peel raw potatoes and slice Into

clear ice on the neighborhood urged ,the women to wake artist. with tweezers- Cut around buttered casserole. Lay; sliced oranges .

writes, pond cannot be shaken by the up and do their part to help win Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Buck of Earl Geiger' and George Pack- vent and make spilt almost to tip between yam slices, sprinkle \
met at a canteen dance the She said this is the ham who are In the Coast Gaurd all add ': .
the then
sights and sounds of a foreign war. Daytona Beach were visitor. In of breastbone Insert hand and takeout brown sugar over pine

Hun who seemed everything land; then "Paul Robinson" lichen country in the world and Lawtey Thursday of last week. and are stationed at Banana entrails carefully from back and apple Juice. Bake In a moderate'
the world is toward it. River were visiting relatives here (330-degree) oven for 1 hour or until It
wonderful in the world to me. may understand why Kathleen all looking Mrs. Beck remained here for the last week-end. sides. Pull out. Be sure lung are
She insisted that the, women of removed. Push back skin of neck tender."
H thir attraction was mutual; Paul Norris hat told hit wife to refute day while Mr. Buck transacted
Arcadia have sacrificed little and Mru. W. F. Glover and childrenof and cut off neck close to body.; Re- Brussels Sprouts.
M i second lieutenant, handsome him a divorce. He business !In a nearby town. Mrs.
may S- Jacksonville several gizzard Cut off wilted leaves, leave whole .
told of how Russia baa given spent days move, windpipe. Separate
si popular; old friend of my fam- seethe he thinks he Buck Is the former Ruth Good- '
things 000.000' men and ia still smiling. recently with the Thomas family. heart and liver and cut away gallbladder and wash thoroughly.; Cook covered;

belt kn in about his people. 'and dekjtol want for what they Jet"y.armere They believe, they wUl win ,the fellow daughter" .9 of James" E. Mr. and Mr. O" J. Phillips and which is attached to liver (in a. small mount of boiling' un.. I'
seemed no reason for our Goodfellow.
which took patting fancies.A war, she said and they do not family of Lawtey and Mr. Phil being careful not to break it. Cut salted water for 10 to 13 ,minute .
our marriage
dm In April. I was.,then the hap- intend their enemies to think they A letter received this week lips' mother Mrs J. L. High- through gizzard and clean. Remove Flavor with melted bl/tier/ salt, pep

pat flrl In the world as I am 'now Bitter Blew.To doubt it an Instant. from (Let-Er-Go) Leon Starlingof tower were visiting D. J. Phillips oil sack:: from tail. per and mix In'Vi cup chopped

Uncle Sam's .Coast Guard ad- and family Sunday. Wash outside with cold water. chestnuts.
"mo.t Mrs. Mitz declared that Russian
a loving, lonely woman only A muffin with the tang of fall
vises that he Is stationed at Fort hot
Shortly afterward Paul was sent six months a wife this letter might women are the power behind Lauderdale apparently likes the Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Cason and Wipe Inside with damp cloth. Sprin- these spicy apple muffins are.
wen be thunderbolt. Nancy isn't the men who give them their family of Cross City were guestsof kle inside with
011 to Central America; it was a a C. G. and is anxious to hear from stuff guaranteed to whet the most listlessIf
W parting, for we had had five to be blamed for almost collapsing hardness and their will to win.' his friends here. His address is Mr. and Mrs. D. R. Raley last salt and then Inserttoothpicks there be such on Thanksgiving, I

nderful weeks In a little beach when she received it Somehow she She said the women have only week. loosely 2"J.. day-appetite:
Leon Starling U S. C. G. Base
mi borrowed from friend and is keeping its contents from her one aim In life and that Is to Inspire The Rev. Mr. Hogarth of Pa- or Apple Martins. :
6 Ft. Lauderdale Fla. Jack
al pin '
tH who works'' In a garment and to give all for met-I 1
ourselves an Ideally companion- mother their men latka filled his regular appoint- (Make 20)
Darley is also there and address! opening and :, q
lilt couple. But I had expected it, factory; and somehow she is managing their country. She told how she ment' at Hope Baptist Church last with cord. olD -=-: I'/i cups sifted flour
the Write them
these Let-
11II bore It as heroically; at I could. i to set before her friends and had given up her home in California Sunday I Fold skin of neck JV4 teaspoons baking powder
from home constitute
:a. few weeks a long letter came neighbors! as if nothing was wrong. to act as unofficial ambassador ters a large .. K teaspoon sail
part of maintaining service mor- Frank Kelaay of Camp Blun- over back and
mo Paul then a shorter one andntral I My advice to Nancy is to put her for Russia. ding spent last Friday with his fasten with toothpick. Fold wings H teaspoon cinnamon

cards and notes, In my; chin up. summon her dignity to her She was dressed In a native ale.Today's back. Tie ends of legs together U teaspoon nutmeg
Mr. and Mrs. A. H. across
urt t I felt that something was aid and write Paul as if she were Uk-I'lan;: ; costume, which she mall brings another let- parents, with a cord then bring. cord 4 tablespoon shortening

wag. but nothing to really prepare twice her 20 ;years. He has so evidently said, symbolized prayer for universal I ter from one Lawtey's service say.Mrs. around tall and forward to tip of H cop sugar

<* for the shock I received thlalIIrninl lost his head in an atmosphere good, with red for courage, men. (Bueky) 'fldney Shuford. D. W. Moore has returned wings to tie. Rub akin with fat (unsalted 1 egg beaten

when a long letter arrived. of tropical sunshine leisure blue for loyalty yellow for resurrection Bucky is yet tnlfPuerto Rico attached home after a visit In Lake Wales ) and place on roaster rack. 1 cup evaporated milk (undiluted)

alt my husband writes me that he and enjoyment that all his and green for love of to the Medical Corps. with her son and daughter-in-law, Roast uncovered\ in a moderatelyslow 1 cup finely chopped raw apple

nb that our hasty marriage was a values of honor obligation, decency From the IdoKa of, his picture Mr. and Mrs Cecil Moore and oven. (329-330: degrees) 30 minutes Sift dry ingredients. Cream short

lIiI1Ike; that we 'were both too character have gone up in smoke peace.She begged the Arcadia womento Puerto Rico must be the land of family. to the pound for a chicken under enlng and sugar stir in egg and. add

/eut He is 26; I .will be 21 in or rather evaporated in silver throw, open their hearts and plenty as Bucky has a slightly Mr. and Mrs. Alfred of Lake 3V& pounds 22-25 minutes for a !flour alternatelywith

Dicember. That does not seem too moonlight and the music of the sea. homes to the 1,000 cadets here, obese outline. It Is our opinion Butler spent Sunday with their chicken over 4 pounds. \ milk. fold

/"""I to me. She must write him that talk of pointing* out that they are lonely that he will r.Ush' letters from son-in-law and daughter Mr and Slutting. in apples and fill ,.

Wants His Freedom. separation or divorce is ridiculous; and hungry for home life for his friends.- A letter or a card Mrs. Clyde Hersey.SAMPSON. (Makes JJ4 caps I greased muffin '

:'Ye assures me that there Is no that she will wait for him as his little children, and"pets. will dull that sharp edge of disappointment U cap rice tins almost full.

j other woman in the case, but says Wife of course and that she has en- SHE STATED THAT RUSSIAN over missing Christmas CITY 3 cups balling water Sprinkle tops omuffins .

It would like to be free. He says tered Into correspondence with his SOLDIERS ARE NOT ALLOWED at home. V By M.... s. E. Jones M teaspoon salt with additional :
*H t ilnce mother and father who live in Ken- I sugar
our marriage was a very IF A fat
Howe of Jacksonville
DRINK LIQUOR; Charles Heap
2! *| one. and I live in a small II tucky. It seems that out of shyness : TO Mr.. and Mrs. Tom Overstreet, diced celery. about 2 tablespoon In all) mixed
OFFEREDA the week-end here with his H oup
"" RUSSIAN WOMAN spent dash cinnamon and nut-
In with of
didn't a,
["iiia town there need be no pub- and diffidence Nancy get who have been visiting relatives onion \
SHE IS and Mrs. J. A. Howe V cup chopped
**. until after her marriage SOLDIER LIQUOR parents Mr meg. Bake in a moderately; hot(425degree
as he has not told any; of his touch with them FOR SIX in Houston Texas returned home SH caps even-popped rice cerealS .
IN PRISON returning to Jacksonville Sunday 20 to 29 minutes.
as her PUT ) oven
friends that but that then they wrote
he I II married and Friday of last week. minced parsleyI
I that their had MONTHS: IF SHE GIVES HIM accompanied by" his father who Busy homemakers like to use prepared -
alone glad
Jw with rny' mother things cordially: Mrs, H. L. W a 1 tlwanger of tablespoon poultry seasoning
wife. If she LIQUOR SHK IS SHOT. EVERY will remain there for several days. packaged or canned mincemeat
'sort found good young
of hushed up until every Jacksonville and Mrs. W a 11 er H teaspoon salt
SOLDIER MUST liE W H. Edwards of Jacksonville\ for but there are still
lilt Wes interest* can she ought to visit them; in every RUSSIAN of the section stock pies,
Underhill rising
I Vi;
'T'ul she can she ought to strengthen STRONG AND ABLE'TO DO. was in Lawtey Sunday driving, cup many; of ;you. who I am sure will
way ,
iIa new has met some friends at the tie that Paul would break. TIlE UTMOST FOR HIS COUNTRY -' down by auto with Mrs. Edwards ::1. were visiting Mrs. T, N. Norman Wash rice thoroughly in a sieve.Drain like putting up some right in your
post; they are evidently I Sunday. welL Add rice to boiling water -
IIANorC.PS The'Chlef' kitchen. Here's how
.. AND LIQUOR who joined him in Jax Friday. own :
'Sdjtg a great deal of him. for he Make Marriage a lace. WEAKENS hIM returned to Jacksonville Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Norman slowly as water continues to bub- .arand .tber'* Mincemeat Pie.
'otats of dinners and dances and It ft highly; possible that these two and children were visiting Mr ble. Boll rapidly about 20 minutes 5 pounds beef neck

i"In I one Spanish-American fam- really: are not congenial mates, that .MRS.._n__ MITZ SAID. early Monday. and Mrs. Fred Johnson at Waldo until rice is tender then drain in 1 pound suet *
there are Iota of brothers and their hurried young marriage wasa Copied from the Times-Union. It's a girl for Mr. and Mrs- H. Sunday. sieve. tart

"WM and cousins and they; keep mistake. But even so, when the (Furnished and paid for by the C. 'Speed' Ha flay. Mtas Mary Mra. Dewey Warren who has Brown celery and onion in fat. 4 4 pounds apples '

JJW moving. Beach parties and war la ended they may decide to Starke W. C. T. U.) Edna HarTey1, weighing all of been spending a few days with 5 caps pounds sugar currants

kmg Ong every weekend: that sort of make it a success as any man and seven pounds arrived as number her parents left Monday for Fort S pounds seedless raisin!

aline He says he is very glad that woman. may. by resolutely; building TRAIN SCHEDULE four at the Harley home Friday Bennlng, Ga., where she will visit Lynn Bars: U pound citron, cut

o scare I had about a baby a life together and with patience Southbound 13th. Due to the good nursing her husband who Is In, training Speaking of Rtffflags The old Juice and grated rind of I eraage

r last ling be turned out to be nothing and and courage learning to depend upon No. 1 (local). due Starke 11:15: of Aunt Mary, mother and daughter there. fashioned bread dressing Is easily Juice and rind of lemons

will always think of Mother each other. PM. Starke are doing fine.RISING. Mr. and Mrs. L. G. Norman adapted to many variations. 1 pint cider
? me
: affectionately I will give But it is more likely If Nancycan No. 191 (Miami) due made a business trip to Jacksonville Here Is the basic idea: To m 1 tablespoon salt

&btea fIo.th., actual words with which he be strong enough to forgive to 10:38 PM Monday pound of dried bread cut In one- 1U" teaspoons nutmeg

: his letter: overlook this youthful cruel selfish No. 108 (local) due Starke 9:28: By Mrs. Eddie: Norraun Inch cube add H to 1 cup melted H teaspoon cinnamon

j. 'It Is up to you of course letter that Paul will come home to AIL butter 1 teaspoon lilt Vi teaspoon K teaspoon mace

*"c1. to do ss you think bet But find that he loves his young wife .Northbound Miss Susan Sweat; who made Your white pepper, Vi cup Cook beef slowly in hot water for

jTr the circumstance I can feel after all. that the glamour! of the No. :2 (local) due Starke 3:45: her home with Mrs. Ida Sweat Watch minced onion cooked but not 3 hours. Cool and force through

::: nothing but divorce is the solu- southern beaches and the charms of died Sunday; night. Kidneys/ browned and 2 tablespoons of food chopper with suet and apples,

2 You may fee sura that I will the dark-eyed enchantresses were AM.No.. 192 (through) due Starke !d'.".and ,Mr. Eddie Norman poultry' dressing. Toss lightly and using coarse grinder. Add remainIng -

gab you aU the money I c.Bt ,, not permanent things that after the ft.28: AM. ,and Jeanette and Herbert Nor Help Them Cleanse the Blood stuff fowl. Ingredients, blending thorough

lid as your lawyer; thinks tight war he wants to come back to his No. 108 (through) due Starke visiting Mr. and Mrs. of Harmful Body; Waste If ;you like: crisp celery tasty ly. Cook slowly one hour then seal
tae more, and always remember own country, and live the life bit man were Your kidney arc eonitintlr altering dressing, add 2 cup finely in sterilized Jars. This makes 8
8.43: PM. J. 1.. Jackson
happy days at Beach wood. We father and hi* ancestors did before : Starke James Norman, wartS matter Iron the blood ttnam.But chopped celery to the bread quarts.
ly! had No. 44 (through) due and Robert Norman In Jacksonville kld_.....metl_Ug la tkelr. wertk.- : a crush had sister, and some
: terrible on each bun. If Paul a Bat act a* Ntture Intended--fall to ... dressing. Line pie tin with pastry then pourIn
TJJ. but as we grew older." we man wrote to her the letter he just 3:23: PM. train Satnrdsy" nave ImpurltUe that' U rettlned, nay On the other hand if you like mincemeat. Top with criss-cross

tat be, iure to grow apart. and' the sent Nancy he would perhaps be Reservation and Ben Mr. and Mrs. T. D. Proctor and polam body maeklnery.Symptom the system. sad cpeet the. whole. the crispness of chestnuts add 1 or lattice crust and bake In a hot
thlnla freedom for both to some idea of Just how Gainesville visiting backache, of chestnuts, chopped and minutes.
y now. able get Starke 7 AH.I I family of were may attacks: : : : pound oven 39:
No. 101 leaves headaobe, Hi dlulBea
matter how' badly we feel ate brutal it was.' U. a* I definitely arrive Starke 1:00: Mrs.. J. 8.' Normap Sunday. ,pereleteat...1.. ap alihu, ....w.., puflaeeauader cooked. Lynn Clwnktn con tell you bas taoVau

tat up things this way. So suspect Paul is in love again and No. 102 Mr: Worthy''Lewis' U still very the. eye*-a feellas of aervouaaaalety Giblets go well with bread up your t..bl. for family dinmtor

a kiss and a bug from your hasn't bad the courage to tell bis PM. sick.* Her two daughters are and.IB*loe ol kidney of pea or and bladder. itrugth.Other dj-. dressing cook and chop and toss /.trivftie*. f rvo you menu for your
bb" and< write. me that you new friends that he has been less Dally except Sundayrelieve order are tometlme 1 buralac, scanty or Into bread dressing. Mushroom paru.. or IU you how la balance youmedia
ek e0u s Is the wisest If 1 than the husband of a girl with her now Mrs. Grover Mooreof too Cnqueat....I..tlT" -. distinctive If simply' choppedand In accordance with nutriuonatUarulardl.
\s4 been ** way a year then he be Ft. Myers and Mrs. Emma ...ihould be no doubt.... that" prompt are and addedto Just _i.. to hr, ..p1 aiming
lit. home would in the United States,, may T. treatment I Ia wlr acglect. Ue sauteed In butter .
rent, but II it Is feel that rude awakening. For Span- COLDS Mott .of Brooke lJoo..'. fill. Doo..'. here bass winning bread stuffing. your problem .i Pesters JVmcifraperUnion.
I in for a
W.1. my Ml..r7 .' who has been ... friend tor more than. forty year 210 South Dfiplaint Street
J. T. Barnes, .
interest their
should belong to my ish-American mothers have They .have a aatloo-wlde reputation.Are Oysters make a tempting dressing. Chicamo, lUinon. I'lemia enclose m

;:rJ. Without any distraction firm religious convictions too and t L..... spending several days In Dothan neommeaded Aik by near gist a
Is hom. After the war Intend Paul's concblta will be locked In a 666 T."ta Ala., with his grandson has returned country over. heated until edges curl in 3 tablespoons your aniumr.Meleeeed .

lit"tUft somewhere down here, soMme remote upper bedroom and himsett!> 11_..1D..N. home. butter. by Wtitera Mw ppr 11.hp' .-.

'- t meet again for a Jonl. forbidden the hacienda entirely,the (:.... P.... Roecoe Green of Hellbrona was PILLS
moment the family; gets the new Try "R.Jl-T..."_ w..rfal called to the Army Tuesday.

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