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 27, 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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board Pecan Prices / I I Urgent Necessity Of Mailing EarlyThe -Red Cross Faces

bulk of Christmas mail 12 and 24 to deliver. Christmas
urea cannot assure deliveries of

I Survey Still MountingAt must be In the post offices by malls enough cars 'to make a gifts on time unless the public cooperates :I Disaster Study Murder ChargeIn

train 270 miles
long. ,
December 1 this year': If deliverieson year by mailing early thus

idlities Here Market HereThe .time are to> be .assured. accordIng the holiday'extra malls cars are needed largely, to move being spreading over a longer the period transportation than usual.load

: Set For Moore
to Smith W Purdum", Sec used by the armed services anda Mr, Puntum called attention to Monday DeathDan

ond Assistant Postmaster Gen- severe shortage Is in prospect. the task of the Post Office Department

|ul! progress la being made In average price paid for eral. The postal service usually bor- In moving millions of

looklns toward an Improved pecans was 19 cents per poundon Unprecedented wartime de- rows about 2,500 trucks from the pieces of mall every day to and An Institute on Disaster Preparedness Moore, pronr,:nent farmer
enlarged railroad station in the Starke mands the and other and Civilian War Aid and merchant of Theresa, was
I Farmers' Mar. on postal and transportation Army Government from soldiers, sailors and marines
4,. Tuesday night Oct. 20, ket last Friday. A total of 11,. systems, plus a pros- agencies, and' rents about 10,000 throughout the world. This ex- will be held Monday, Nov. 30 In shot to death late Saturday night

|i Rennolds presented to the 760 pounds brought the farmer pective record volume of Christmas from private owners to handlethe traordinary job must be kept cur- the Recreation Rooms of the and Sheriff A. O. Andreu Issued

j Council a petition contain $2.292.23. according to figures mailings were cited by Mr. I Christmas malls' This year. rent, even while the holiday rush! Methodist Church wit i n Miss warrants Tuesday charging Ernest

I tie names o f 169 Starke' released by L. T. Dyer County Purdum as necessitating earlier It will be extremely difficult to I of mailings Is handled. Also he I Gladys Evans a member of the Daugherty with the crime and
Staff of
the Disaster Service his
.n.18, which was to be sent to agent. mailings than ever before. "It is obtain enough o/ these vehicles to 'pointed out the postal establishment of brother. Clinton Daughterly,
I the American Red Groan, con an an accomplice
j Railroad Commission request. The Mahan variety topped the physically Impossible for the rail- meet even a ;substantial part of Is operating with many ducting.A .,

that means be used to in- market at. 324.75 per 100 roads and air lines, burdened the need. The*, Army needs it own thousands of Inexperienced per- The Sheriff's, action followed a

IfIC8 the Seaboard railroad to while Curtis brought $20.50 pounds Success with vitally Important war ma- trucks and private owners are reluctant -, sonnel, employed to take the placeof morning session from 10 coroner's) Jury verdict Tuesday

tteli more adequate ,station $19.1$0: Vandemam, $1973; terials, to handle Christmas mailIngs to lt someone else use men called to the armed ser A. M. to 12 lot:" will be held for afternoon charging Daughterly

>;titles In Starke. Randall,, :$17,25: ; and Seedlings; as rapidly as in normal their tires.Railroads. vice. The new employees can the committee on Registrationand with premeditated murder and his.
|Me Connell, president of Blan- 1875." times", Mr. ,Purduni; said. "If !,' are cooperating by not handle the holiday mull with Information. This Is. one of brother with "aiding abetting and

iC{ Center, being present; at the Several the bulk of i parcels arid! greeting converting some hundreds of steel the smoothness and speed of the the mONt Important committeesas comforting" the murderer. Their
buyers were present It will deal directly with those case will before the
tha he cards are held back until the veterans come grand
,acll, suggested ( write postal whom they ,'e-
Mr. Dyer stated but L. L. Folson box cars And,, similar equipmentfor who affected
are by disaster and Jury and probably will be tried
it friend, S. B. Murdock. Gen- usual time-the period of about ..
of McRae Ga., bought nearly all mail transportation: and who need immediate assistance at the spring term of Circuit
ttl passenger Agent In New 15 to 23-they simply In view of all these handicaps
the nut. L. M. White I Eitstman All members of the Court.
manager B. : Director of committee
prt City, regarding the matter cannot be distributed in time and Joseph to the service, Mr. Purdum added,
of the market, says he expects thousands of their I Defense has and others who may possibly be According to Sheriff A. 0.,
lee what response he got gifts will reach Transportation., or- postal patrons should mall their
ore going over the heads of more buyers here next ,Friday. destinations after Christmas" I dered that nnnecesnary travel be gifts by December 1 if they wishto. available in time of emergencyare Andreu, Moore and his wife had

\\I railroad authorities in the ; The sale will continue here In 1941, about 21,950 mall cars curtailed to the limit during ,the Insure that their friends will urged to attend this session. attended a picture show In Starke

ttPl'. every Friday. Mr. Dyer says: and were requited between December holiday season But these mean- :not be disappointed at Christmas, Immediately foil owing the last Saturday night, had returned

growers are urged to bring their morning session the Canteen home around midnight and were
| Under date of October 22 Mr.
pecans to the market where they Corps of the Bradford County preparing to retire when a car

ell wrote the needs such of a more letter,ade-ex- I are.assured the top market price. Block Plan Telephone Girl Christian Churches Chapter' of the American Red drove up and a man called Mr.

ing facilities Mr. Murdock Starke'. First WAVE j I Cross will serve a luncheon for Moore to the door. lie pretended

te Dr. To those attending the Institute. that he wanted to make a purchase -
eously responded that "this, Spivy SpeakAt Andlhon There will be a nominal charge and Mr Moore accompanied -
Mist Nora young and
COIIrtle, Is something out of my Methodist Will Be TriedThe Will ConveneChristian 'to
but I } attractive .Sou&ern Bell super take care of the slight expenl't. him to his store nearby.In .
diction completely am
involved In such few minutes Mrs. Moore
Church Services visor who ,came t.o Starke in an undertaking a
General Of-
this to
ing January 1941;; Jias, jttst been' accepted heard a shot and looked out and

i at Norfolk requesting that :The Methodist Church b&'Rev. Bradford County Office of] by tine Naval Recruiting Churches of Bradford The General session will be held Haw the man driving away In his

Impart r the information con- G. C._ Powell pastor, is looking Civilian Defense awlngs Into action Office In --Jacksonville' as a member County will convene with the from 8 P. M. to 10 P. M..of the car. Since Mr, Moore had $150

I in your"letter to the prop. forward to an unusual day Sun this week with the Block of the %Wodtn's Auxiliary of Christian Church at T bel' essa, same day. At that time various In cash in his pocket and only an

i department. day. At the hour, 11 Plan of' Organization for Civilian I the United States Naval Reserve, Saturday and Sunday Nov. 28 and phases of Disaster Preparedness unopened knife a. a weapon no

| i few days later Mr. Connell o'clock, the guest morning speaker will be War Services. Mrs. Junius M. and' Ja a full-fledged member of 29, with the Rev W. C. Burton will be dlHCUssed and It Is hoped motive was given for the killing

red a letter from C. E. Bell Dr. Ludd M. Spivey ulnce 1925 Smith is acting 'as Chairman of the "W-A-V-E-S"-Women'n Auxiliary acting ns chairman and the Rev. that thin session will be well at- except a grudge against the dead
anger Traffic Manager of the President of Florida Southern this committee. Volunteer Emergency Ser e:, O. Butler serving as song tended. All sub-chairmen of the

:rout Norfolk Va. dated Nov. College at Lakeland and one of The Block Plan Is a method of vice. leader. Disaster Preparedness Committee man.At. first there was no clue to

"The action of the City Coun- the moat highly educated men organization established to assure Miss Anderson baa not yet receIved The convention will open Sat ''and' the members of those 'committees the murderer; but Sunday morn-

I follows closely," Mr. Bell be- and fascinating speakers in the total coverage of all households in her, assignment; but the urday night at 7:30 o'clock witha are urged to be present Ing near noon the father of the

B, "the Seaboard's decision toikt State. Accompanying him to the county for civilian war services tentative plan?,' is for her along song service followed by a sermon Judge E. K. Ferryman, Chapter boys, who Is a minister, stated
a survey of the passenger Block Leaders were appointed by Mr. Burton. that his son had killed Mr.
Starke will be Dr. McGowan a with about B other young womenIn Chairman and C. H. Nasworthy,
ides in that City with a this week and met Tues '
Moore. It was known that he
member of his faculty. the Sixth Naval District to Another song service will beheld Chairman of Disaster Preparedness -
to the enlargement of the day to study the plan. Withinthe 10:30 owned a 193ft model Ford coupe
leave Jacksonville around Dec. 13 Sunday morning at :
lion and the Improvement of At the evening hour also, the next week a neighbor will o'clock followed backed by the Rotary Club with Polk County license, so it
for Iowa State Teachers' Collegeat by a welcoming
..It i facilities. This survey is now membership and friends of the call to tell you exactly how you Cedar Falls, Iowa where they address by, Mrs. 'S. H. Dodd. The and the business) men of the town wo not long until the C1&r'' pas

way and I feel, very.hopeful Church,may expect a treat' with can be of use In the present war will have; at) least five weeks: response will be made by Mrs. : ask that you help make this Dlav located In Polk County and later
!MI I prompt action can be'taken the cotelog! to the 'pulpit of a effort. Listen to> her ''carefully .
the > were picket) by City
boys up
( Leon Hal\\ and the will
training. 1L.( u her purpos* U(4ry sermon aater Institute a success by attending -
and able*
form.ee pastor :: speaker,
ftii matter. She will be well 'Informed. This in ,Lakeland and held for
police ;
be th. Rev. T
preacbed by
t Chaplain-B. ( to-quallfiC\ a"Linktrainer"instructor : "Boyd ,&Dc1"learnlnc what'fa :
channel B. McMontgomery.whoheld ; ex
[ TtnXigh quite another Is the1 Grapevine of your,..Government -, which means'that'' she Clayton. Sheriff Andreu.;
Clerk Cart Johns, for thof some of the.most- important and": will bring' to every ,", dinner peeled of,you. In- times of emerg : :' poOci.ott 'Kenneth
charges, in Florida before enter I will teach/ pilots; With the use of"dummy" A basket 'will be'.ervedat City
Starke."took the',.matterj h6usehold the Correct J Information ency. that
I planes., and during the after Barfleld stated Ernest
| with Brigadier General L. A. ing the Chaplaincy a year ago. necessary for a whole-hearted effort -,
noon special. services will be -. Daugherty had signed ''a ,confession -
She such presented
lie All members and friends of the I well-qualified
commanding officer atp on the part of the American
that he shot Dan Moore to
since she by the following member ,
Church are cordially invited to service began a course Funeral
Blending setting forth the people. The system will be keptIn SundayFor
death in the latter' store aftera
in churches r Theresas Hampton,
hear these visiting speakers flying at the Stengel Flying
i and asking for his coopera- effect for the duration and : violent He said he
Graham Sampson, Long Bridge
School at Gainesville in April 1941.
Mr. Johns the various and needs
received as wants
a I While she and Starke. The afternoon sermon had been drinking heavily and
from General Kunilg of your country come to light I has never entirely GreenMrs. went alone to Moore's store and
N. T.. Ritch RitesHeld completed hey course and receivedher will be preached by the Rev. Mrs.
U Nov. 16, in which he you will be Informed through students' license, ahe baa had Q. K. Garrett. bought a bottle of beer. They
: "I beg to advise you that I I your blockleader I' Into and
got an argument Daugh
eight hours and .44 minutes dual FV Tlbbltts and Gordon
N George
pleased to assist In With the cooperation of L. T.
you W H. fired at Moore when
Green. 71. a life- erty once
"i Smith flying, while only eight hours are ,Purdy of Camp of Palms will
undertaking When definite SundayAs Dyer county agent,. Mrs. long resident of Bradford County the latter "seemed to be reaching
required., All she lacks of finishing conduct the evening service at '
M have
been formulated if Is organizing the entire county. for Barfleld also said
died at 7 o'clock Saturday morning something.
her Is the
,pilot's training 7:45.
I will. advise.me. I wll make 'a With your cooperation, every written examination and solo at the home of her' son. Congressman that 'Ernest: Daugherty declared:
dy of same." a result of falling health man woman and child In Brad one R. A. Green. that Moore had "hlreo. two men"to

Bo It looks as "Ii. with 'the and In a. fit of deep ondency ford county will know exactly flight. If possible' she will com- Funeral SaturdayFor give him a beating last sum
plete these requirements before Mrs. ,Green, a daughter' of Mr
-tance of the authorities atop brought on by worry over war what he or she can do at the mer.
the Mrs. Silcox and Mrs Alexis Michael Andreu
Blandln the open-minded conditions Nelson ,Turner ,Ritch, present time to be of the most. entering Officer Barfield said Clinton
was born In'Starke 11
August ,
ituile of railroad officials and 64, died Saturday morning at 7:30 use in this emergency.; Miss .Anderson has been withth.tSeuthern' Mrs. Frances Silcox. of
Mary 1871. She married William Henry denied In the
lie Railroad Commlsolon still in o'clock by his own hand at .the When you follow your ,blockleader' Bell !TelephOlle'.e ., I Starke died Thursday night Nov. Daugherty any part
*t for 512 aa a' long ,dish Green in 1886 and was a member shooting and that he was supported -
background to call upon if Bradford House which he ;op-- and community leader'ssuggestions years 19, 'at' her home. She was 83 of the New River Baptist Church
faded, there is great hope of erated, on South Cherry St. on the home front tance* operator_3 .1-2 years in years of age having been born In which she joined In early girl in his statement by Ernest..
5xree In the venture. I Mr. Ritch had one son in the you are directly aiding our many Jacksonville" approximatelytwo Lafayette County Feb. IB, 18 9. hood. Funeral services for Mr, Moore,

Navy; and a daughter had Just brothers husbands and fathers years in ,Starke For sometime who was 61 years* of ace were
: She la survived by three sons
she has been Surviving are three children
now a
with the WACCS and on the fighting fronts. super held at Hope Baptist Church
signed up and all of Starke
Pine I visor. two daughters ; Mrs. R. S. Johns of Lake Butler
SeedlingsAvailable to leave Saturday, morning Wednesday afternoon at 2 30 0'-
I was Jim Silcox, Paul Silcox Walter Green
Floyd and R. A. Green of
'for DeMoine,. Iowa. It la be- Mrs. Susan Warren She hopes to enter foreign ser- I Silcox. Nellie Silcox and Mrs. Starke; four sisters, Mrs. F. B. clock with the Rev. A. 'E. Light-
welfare vice just'as soon as the bill now of the Starke .
lieved that over their foot pastor Bap.
worry One brother
Buried Klzzy Ellington. Johns Mrs. Charles L. Moltt of
Now -, coupled with bad health, SundayMrs. In Congress passes, permitting the Edward White, of Gainesville also Starke Mrs. S. L. Stoup of tint Church officiating.. Pallbearers

prompted his action. Susan Warren. 83 of WAVES to go overseas. survives, as well as a number of Crystal River and Mrs. Walter were D. .J. Phillip, A. O.
his wife and Andreu E. S. Slbley W. C. Loper,
He is. survived by
grandchildren; and great-grand Alvarez of Jackson 111
Starke died Friday Nov. 20, v e ; one
Tb. Container Corporation of the following children Mrs. Alean after an Illness of three weeks Mrs. H. /N. Stokes children and a host of other rel- brother Ira C. Andreu of Starke; C. Sullivan and Orville Brook-
America, at Mol' I' Iston; Mrs. Nancy Ings. A r ran g ements were In
mak- Mills
Fernandina is following a stroke of paralysis, at atives and friends. She was a and seven grandchildren.
iDe J.000.000 Morrlaton Nelson R. Mrs, H. N. 82 died charge of DeWItt C. Jones.
slash pine seedlings Priest ; War- Stokes member of the Baptist Church.
the home of her son M. T. The funeral was held at 2:30
callable free the ; Mrs. Lois her homein Besides his wife Mr. Moore is
of charge delivered Bitch of Navy; last Saturday night at
it the ren, with whom she had made Funeral services were held at o'clock at the New River Baptist
nearest express office for Spires Lake Butler; Mrs. Almeta I Raiford. Funeral and burial survived by two sons and a
Iffore I her home for the last 14 years.In the Klngsley Lake Baptist Churchat Church and Interment Sunday afternoon -
tatu>n purposes.' Alvarez Starke; and Carl Ritch services /ere at Hunt Cemeterynear daughter-Cecil R. Moore, Lake
addition to M. T. Warren, followed in the
maximum of 9,000 seedlings Starke. Also a' brother Lacy: Lake Butler ,at 11 A. M. 11 A. M. Saturday, with the adjoining Wales; William H. Moore, of the
she la survived by another son cemetery. Services were conducted
lit available on this. free offer RItcb, of Starke, and the follow-I Monday, with the Rev. Mr. Rev. J. M. TlUman officiating. U. S. Army; and Mrs. Dalwy
s A. M. Warren of Cocoa; a by the Rev. L. A. Shepherd
toy one Mrs. Larle .Green. of the Church of Johnston of Houston Texas Also
sisters i Moore
lit owner. Farmers who ing brother Jesse Sullivan of Madi- Interment was In the Kingsley the Rev. A. E. Llghtfoot and the
AAA Mrs.'Carrie two brothers David Moore of
Emma Reddish. Christ of Trenton officiating.
cooperators Mrs.
can re- 10 grandchildren and 8 Lake cemetery. Funeral Edwin: Harwell.
'" son; arrangements !
full allowance for planting Conner, all of Starke: Mrs: RoeleFredericlf Key-McCabe' of ,Jacksonville was Waycrons. Ga., and L. V. Mooreof

:' the program anoTusing this Miami; Mrs. Evelyn great grandchildren. In charge of funeral arrange- were In charge of De Witt Active pall beares were: L. A. Starke; and two sisters, Mrs.Nettie .

f Tlllaintr Corporation free offer. Lockhart, De Land; Mrs. Ella I Funeral services were held Sun- ments. C. Jones. Andreu, A. L.. Green K. Lee PreVatt of Starke and
3 P. M. at the Macedonia
day at / Green A. L. Goodge R. D. Tur-
Mrs. H. C. Bowman of Bruns-
who De Land Mrs.
, wish to set more Mae Lennon ; In Madison Those attending t h'e funeral

ilaQ 9,000 trees may place their vin Moore. Ralford and, Mrs. County Baptist, with Church the Rev. Russell from Starke were Mrs. W. 11:. NCCS Sponsors ner and J. H. Green wick. Ga. He was a member' of

Z.ro with the Florida Forest Magdalen Espy Olustee. Williams Baptist minister, officiating. Thornton Mrs. Harold Beck, Mr. Honorary pallbearers were: Dr. the Baptist' Church.

knlce at coat of $2.35 per 1,000. He was a member of the Bap- Interment was In the Mallory Thomas, Mrs. George Communion EventA J. E. Malnes Dr. W. B. Parks,
Application. blanks for freer tist church at Morrlston. Funeral ) Dr. W. E. Middleton C. H. Nas- Injured In Wreck
Macedonia cemetery. Parrlsh Nick Thomas and Mrs. hundred servicemen as well
At !may be had a\ the County services were held at 4:3O: Sun- worthy Ij M. Alvarez, N. D. ''
!*!lit's office. day afternoon at the Sapp ceme- Those attending the funeral Lula Mott. as officers and chaplains attended Wainwright Sr., A. O. And reu, J. N. Pierce, former employeof
from Starke were Mr. and Mrs. the Holy Name communion- the Telegraph, was in 'an automobile
Fred F
ibis addition' to these tree seed- at Raiford with the Rev. L. Floyd Wiggins Stump
tery M. T. Mr. and Mr.,. A. L. I t breakfast at Mickey's Cafeteria in wreck night. Nov.
:, L. T Dyer, County Agent O. Hemingway officiating. In- Warren. City Licenses Due W. H. Smith J. S. Solomon, A.' I Monday .
" that free was in the Sapp ceme- Alvarez, S. O. Denmark and Blanding Center last Sunday C. Strickland A. J. Thomas, T. 1ft. between Mldlakes and Key-
also terment
..a0 able to *-H seedlings are mother Mrs. Smith Denmark Mr. City licenses were due and pay- morning an event sponsored by N. Kendrick John E. Dekle and : stone Height on Road: 28, in

*M.' .| apply' at Club his office boys.before They tery.Pall bearers were J. C. Jones, and Mrs. Jesse Newsome and Mr able Oct. 1, according to Clerk the IJS0-NCCS Club of Starke. O. L. Beasley Fred Scott, 'J. T. which he and his 0-year-old
jw and Mrs. Newsome. Carl Johns He emphasized the Chaplain Dominic Ternan O. F. Patsy, both sustained
.tnber 1. as It la that of Raiford; Willie Carter Raiford; Harvey Qulgtey L. A. Davis. P. S. Den- daughter.
expected fact "all coin-operated machines M., guest celebrant cited Commander Injuries and his car was badly
of mark.
4 IUPply' f free Ben Hall. B. C. Holtzendorf. Mrs Warren was a member '
> trees wul soon John USN. kill
must be paid not later than Dec. J. Shea. damaged.He .
exhal19ted. Smith Denmark and Newn Bur- the Blue Springs Bap-
were. In tist Church. 1". ed In the Wasp sinking, as "a Good College RecordAlton and his wife and daughter!; ,
Fire In ney. of De Witt C. Jones. A new $1,100 billing and bookkeeping paint, not of the church's ancient together with her sister and little

Reno charge Store III machine has Just been calendar but of our very day J. Roberts, son of Mr. daughter, had been on a trip to

Tie fIre department called Manager Installed as a labor-saving and and hour" and Mrs. Z. 3. Roberta and grandson Georgia to visit Mrs. Pierre's:

t 9 o'clock was to Cleaning Up Town Phil Klein who nas been manager [ time-saving device -In the City Dignitaries who attended the of E. J. Roberts of Lawtey brother who was In an armycam'p.

uicgul.h a blaze Tuesday In Reno.night It With Councilman Chas., A. of P. s. Stores' Call Street Hall to aaaiHt la keeping all blue i breakfast were Brig-Gen. Jeffrey and Judge Oro. A. Gardiner ofStark. On their return'they were

-... one of the small, houses be- Darby, chairman of the Street branch, Is on leave of absence at figured up "to the minute" Baldwin Col. Wllmer Bennet Lt.- ., I. making a good record run into by two intoxicated men.
Jacksonville.He I CoL Samuel Fisher Major Raymond for himself at Tennessee Wesleyan who turned them over two or
g to J. W. Robinson who committee supervising the work St. Luke's Hospital(
tau weeks I Kenney Lieutenants Jus- College, Athens, Tenn., accordingto three times. It Is understood that
to thank all who helped police officer Ben C. Holtzendorf hurt his leg $300 Liquor FinesThe
'It'A Edward Henuhoot, at least one other occupant of the
' buckets and otherwise be- is having the regular street-clean 'ago while helping put the new tin Spence a news Item appearing recentlyIn
Me the fire to clean up Starke's store at Blandlng Center In City collected $3OO In fines Paul Baumann and Robert the St. Augustine record. He car was Injured. It was reportedthat
engine well ing crew
" !the crew of firemen came who, as bat- vacant lots during their spare shape and has been suffering recently from three negro women Frank, and Mr. John B. Bald- has been outstanding In the new the driver of the other car

't th flame.. time. They are also cutting with something like blood poison. convicted In Mayor's court on win. Brisbane Beach, entertainerIn intramural aix-man football program was arrested and placed In jail
goUe Four "ledgerdemaln." was the program and is a member of several at Green Cove Springs. The
Fire Chief R. C. Buford down weeds and grass, and prun- Mr. Annie Mae Lang Is the charges of selling whiskey.
'ued that the house dead wood and excesa limbs assistant manager working under were arrested three received fines feature. Mr. Louie J, Rellly campus organizations. H e Is Pierces) were on their way to
Plecel was com- ing and Misses Arline and Grace Dew president of the Petty-Manker their new home In Orlando where'
burned trees. They were mak- Charles Pariser who in manager of $100 each while one was released
the firemen saved from the
b1 b19",.'Ptin church and other near- ing quite a showing Tuesday In of both) the Call Street and the according to Police-'Chief ss'sted' In ..rvln Myrtle Buck- Hall Council and will graduate In Mr. Pierce l IJf connected Sentinel.with the

'"' lhng' the City Park. Blanding Center store. A. L. Alvarez. bolts was caterer. June; with a commercial diplomaa Orlando Morning



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J. S. I eon: Grady, of Hampton were
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ping early are apt to be unable to do any PINE LEVELBy parents visiting: Mrs. Mildred Burke Wednesday Palatka a.,

i1 4 The Bradford County Telegraph Christmas shopping at all. Mr*. II. M. McKae: ker.L, R. Bristol went to of last week. Slade Percy were Griffin: aM

i merchan for the week-end where Mra. M. W. Lee who has been Army last accepted
EittahUnbed 1811FLORinPRESSASSOOAnON There is a lot of Christmas IMPORTANTThe ville week
fellowship meeting at Pine was Joined by Mrs. Bristol visiting her brother. D. J. Phillips Mrs. Ruth
MBMBER dise available this year but the suppliesare of returned Sunday to MIami. Bedenb
Level churcn this week-end has Tallahassee, at the home W. M. Turner
below normal and the stores are goingto been called off but the pastor and Mrs. M. L. Bristol. The people of thla communitywere Hlnson and Mr* MIS!!.

*HVIIONAL EDITORIAL AssooAiKw1O.41 have difficulties getting new stock when will be there and there will be Mr. and Mrs. Julian saddened by the death of a spent Monday in Jack P

their present stock is exhausted. In addition services Sunday. Everybody and baby of Miami are prominent citizen, D. W. Moore. Mrs.' Susun MUlllga

________ Editor and OwperSUBMCBII'IiON come. of Mr. and Mrs. S. H. Dobson. guest of her Cousin.,
rL.. Matthews because there are many unusual typesof Mrs. Roy Land and baby CARD OF THANKS Wiggins Monday

not available there will Among those of this section Ga. have come for Mr.
which ,
: UI1EJ gifts are Augusta, We wish to thank everyone who Davis and Rev.

J l YearlyL73: : f Six Month. *1.0O be a heavier demand for those things whichcan who T.attended Ritch<,the Sunday funeral afternoonwere of Nelson john extended Land.Mr. visit. with Mr. and was so kind to us during our K.the B.dinner Watterson guest of Mr

be obtained. And because the public : Mr.' and Mrs. J. R. Hall J. O. recent bereavement, especially! the Mr. SUM

eabllshed Weekly on Friday and Entered M Seoend has more money to spend this year than it and children,.,,J.; W. Hall and H. spent .the and week-end Mra. In Jack doctors and nurses at the State and Mrs and T Mrs.E. M.SI 1..

CUM Matter at the Post Otnce at SUrke, FUu. has ever had before, the total demand for M. McRae.. ville. Their daughter, Mrs. W. Prison Farm.-Mrs. R. A. Grit- Wednesday In Jacks
Mrs. J. R. Hall and Mrs. V. A. Mrs.
II Christmas gifts is apt to reach an all-time Fish and children tie and children. Owen Simmons
To Be Thankful For Browning were visiting the Hospital them for a visit of week with her' hUBblt
in Galnetnrtlle Saturday. lantlc Beach

Although there were many people who record.For your personal interest-in order to Mr. and Mrs. H. M. McRae had length.Enroute to Jacksonville, HAMPTON -
aa dinner guests Sunday In hon- C. A. McRae a n d Mrs. By H. B.; WigginsW. Office Sup D nes.
objected .to any celebration of Armistice day be able to'get the things you want-li is or of Mr. -McRae's 72nd birthday. Koontz of McIntosh spent County Telegraph

1 this year, there is no one who would suggest therefore important to do your Christmas Mr. and Mrs. T. N. Norman and day night with Mr. and Mrs. M. U. ENTERTAINED
Mrs. Florrie Bell Brown en- CHURCH
elimination of Thanksgiving day. And for the sake children, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur A. Bouvier. DIRF.cro
i: shopping tertained the W. I'[. U. at the 8EUVICZSFIRST :
McRae, Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Mc Mrs. Senie Pinder of
During this war year there are more of the storekeepers who are short of help visit Baptist Church Thursday afternoon ...118.
I Rae and children, Mr. and ton arrived 'Monday to I a... & .Ll5htd oolt
I, families than usual who have heavy burr and who face delivery problems, it will bea A. Crosby and children, Mrs. sister Mra. J. C. Williams.Mrs. i Nov. 19. The Royal Service Church N. .

; dens to bear-who are heartsick over the life-,aver if that last-minute Christmasrush Robert Myrlck Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Mlxon of Program was used. Eight Mornlng; School Worship 945t&Ilo
members to
Owen McRae and Mltw Odessa Mrs. V. V. Flowers and E. were present enjoy ii. T. U. 7:00: P, M
r war and their boys in uniform-but even can be avoided. McRae Mr. and Mrs. Eldon Sapp Edwards are visiting Mr. the program and refreshments Evening Wednesday Worship 1,00
those families in spite of their worries and were served during the social Worship I
; and little son, Rudolph. The children Mrs. J. L. Williams.

Rl # uciety, can find plenty to be thankful for. Americana Still Feast and- grandchildren arrived Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Rltch hour. R...'.. U. C.MRTHO:

Our part in the war is, In itself, a sort about the noon hour and a bountiful Jacksonville were guests WOMAN'S COUNCILThe Church nooi:F.WMI..
Our first wartime Thanksgiving finds basket dinner was nerved. Mr. of Mr. and Mrs. H. M. io 00'
/ an expression of thanks-a war in which McRae received many nice pre- Womans Council met at Sunday Worship 11.00
the United States home front cooperatingin Young People' 7: p
,!ie are showing our deep appreciation forthe sents and everybody enjoyed the TIIERESSA the home of Mrs. W. L. Andrews Evening .: O. O'
a voluntary program to SharetheMeatwith afternoon with 12 Wednesday Wor.hlJ ,
day together.J. and'I Wednesday
jrahn things we have in America by fighting By Miss Ida Ilagan -
r 1 our military forces and 0 u rallies W. Hall returned home Friday -I members present. The meetingwas ST. MARK'* EPIO!
to preserve those things. reduction of civilian meat con- after spending: several days CHAMP POTATO GROWER led by Mrs. G. P. Wadsworth, n.v. Fred """..
"'' i 1 It is during this war to preserve free- through a i with relatives In Jacksonville. He Mrs. Lydia Hall will be 72 Sr. Refreshments were served by Church me.School(.."(Too: HI

dom and democracy and our high standardof sumption by everyone. 'was accompanied home by Ma old In April, but she still the hostess during the social t Sunday Worship 11'0(1(
living that we think most about those Lest there be those who forget the daughter. Mrs. Connie Parnaby. good example of Industry hour. e. Friday Evening Evening 7 7 80:30 I
Mrs. B. M. McRae Mrs. W. E. could be followed with benefit Holy Days 10:00: A. i
things and realize how lucky we are to have American share of two and a half poundsof Hall and Mrs. H. M. McRae visited many younger people. Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. F. C. Chastain -

them. meat a week by each adult can be calleda the bedside of Mrs E, J. Lewis recently planted a sweet pent the week-end In Jacksonville n.v.FIRST. C.....PRRVHYTFI. I'. AU.J
have to veritable feast in comparison with the Wednesday night and we are gladto patch which yielded 30 bushels with their son and daughter- IMS North Csirrrl
We in America probably more she is after in-law, Mr. and. Mrs. Carlton Church School 10.00
report improving She dug
delicious yams.
ration forced the conquered peoples Sunday Worship u ooB
be thankful for, and consequently more that puny upon several days' illneov. herself and found one ChastaIn. Senior Crumulea t00

i is worth fighting for than any other nation of Europe.In Mrs. Owen McRae waa calledto that was 15 Inches in length the Kenneth Coast Guard LaChance and Is has stationedat Joined Intermediate Evening Worship Youth 7:ool

in the world. And we are indeed for- Germany the maximum allowance, is Lake Butler Sunday afternoon weighed around Three pounds. Ft. Lauderdale. -
because of the death of her uncle,
tunate that we have the resources, the man- twelve and a half ounces a week not neces- Joe Drannen, who died suddenly Mrs. Ida Youngblood Mrs. J. L. Green, Mrs. A. P. ST... T.RDWAHD'4nT. .... J. Murphy t'A:

power and the leadership to assure us that, sarily of meat as we know it, but of what- of a heart attack about 8 o'clock daughter of Tampa were Green of Mulberry and Mrs Otis Early Mans Temple 9:00: AT A...Mi.I]
brother E. Heldt of Palatka ppent the week
Mrs. Youngblood's
Sunday morning. ,
suffer the looted 'countries can 1)1,1. Nervier
of substances
even though many us may personal ever Sibley, and family last week. with the Hinsons and Rahmea. Sunday Main ':00 A.

losses, our nation as a whole will come give up. FLA. STATE FARM Earl Geiger, Herbert Mrs. Ethel LaChance and Mrs. Week Day Ma.. g.00 .

t of the with freedom strengthened well t h settle and George Packham, Clara Stone spent Thursday with
out war our Italy fares not nearly so e Hy E. It. Bouvier KI>GHI.EY l.tKK nj
tioned with the Coast Guard Mrs. Frank Hoover in Starke. H.... II. M, Till...;
and' our way of life insured for many adult Italian must get along on six'ouncesa Misses Mary Smith, Betty Mc- Banana River spent the I Mrs. George Rahmea, Sr., Mrs. Sunday Services. B'ho..l-IO Every Sunday-! A.

years to come. week, and of that he must take one- Rae, Roberta Whitfield, Lorene end with home folk. here. Dirt Hlnson and Mrs. G. W. Hln- Morning. Worship-U I

fourth of the total in sausages. Moncrlef Margaret Stringfellow. G. M. Bennett of Starke son spent the week-end In Mul- GOSPEL-TA.ERYBible '
his Mrs. berry. : School each Lori
Esther Crews and Melverna visiting daughter
Shop For Christmas Now Not all of us may be able to afford Thornton, chaperoned by Mrs. L. Sullivan. Frederick Watterson! was sent 3 P.; M.<< Service 1EJvannellfitlo

The slogan "Do Your Christmas Shop- the noble turkey for this year's Thanksgiving A. Shepherd attended the Satur- Mrs. Lem Sibley of to Manhattan Beach, N. Y. evening 8'15. "
bethankfulthat day night dance, at the USO In Hall spent several days of Mrs Lacy Wynn and Mrs. Pur- Bible Mission Study halt Tuoeda3:15In
ping Early" has been used so much in recent fare, but at least we'can Starke. week with her son, E. S. I vis Hazen accompanied Purvis : :Children's Bible Lett

years that we don't pay much atten- turkey and chicken and ducks and Mrs. J.. G. Godwin left Wed- and family. Hazen to Orlando last week wherehe I work Victory Wednesday Prayer I Group P. i IKvancellaUo

tion to it any more. But this year it needsto geese are still on the "free" list and be nesday morning to spend the Our community enjoyed an has accepted a position aa I I P.; M. Meeting
not obligated to Thanksgiving! holidays with her fashioned fish fry last : Hotel Innpector. night S.1S.
that :
than ever-for thoseof thankful too, we are
emphasized more
lIOn, Garland at Emory In At- night. Everyone' reported a Mrs. Ed Silvernall was shopping _
us who don't do' their Christmas shop- depend on Hitler's handouts.visit ; lanta, ''Ga. t time. I In Jacksonville Tuesday. CHURCH: OP CHH.re ,

: Chaplain and Mrs. L. A. Shepherd We are sorry to hear of A. The Christian Convention will Bible Study pickup 10 to.A.III.!M

with, Mr. Walters' parents, Anderson 10 acres, Nov. 7; : spent Sunday at High Kelsay'a Illness,. and wish : meet at Thereaaa Sunday. Morning Worship an< 1

BROOKER Mr.. and Mr*. Lee Croaby.Mr" Henry Grlffls and Ola Griffis. I Springs where Mr. Shepherd fill speedy recovery. I Mr. and Mra. Cordon Wad Supper Hvenlos 11.00;: Worship A. M 7:Hi
By Mil L. O. HacenWOMAN'S L. A. Brown Is visiting his wife, to W. B. Bryan. Novi" ed the pulpit( at morning and' Mr. and Mra. L.. G. Johns worth and children spent the I Thursday Worship J

CLUB her aon and d.u ter-In-Iaw in 7; night senrtcM.Mr. -
_TLE Tampa. M. and wife. Sadie and Mra. John A. Bouvier,
ICases Loulae Crosby and Willie E. Norman ;
entertainedThe. 14W.Women's V. V. Hazen of Baldwin spent Norman to H. 1. Norman,, 5 returning from'a two Weeks' trip
Club member last 7r'1e the week-eriel'here with' his fam acres Nov. 9; In the east were guests of Mr. dPdln/
and Mrs. J. A. Bouvier Friday.
Cent ily. E. W. and Ruby A.
day night at the Community Hayes
Their little eon, John III returnedto
I Ben Crosby of Avon Park was Hayes, h I I. wife, to Margaret Miami with his parents after I1nrJ?

ter.After several sessions of bunco visiting H. B. Crosby and family Parka, $100, Nov. 10; spending the two weeks with his

i hI&h'prize, a powder dish was Sunday. I Margaret L. Kelley a widow, to grandparents.

awarded to Miss Bonnie Mott and Mla Jeanette Roblnaon spent Percy W. Kelley, of Polk. Co., 80 Mr. and Mra. Everette Robinson -

,low prize waa given to Mlaa Eva the Florahome.Pvt.week-end. with her parents at acres Nov. 10; were week-end guests of their You can

Faye Galney. L. A. Brown and wife MinnieL. parents, Mr.: .and Mrs. J. L. Rob-
S_ S The hostesses served ice cream C. T. Shaw of Indian town Brown, to Guy J.' Harrell, 40 inson.

and cake as refreshments. his Gap, Pa., spent a few days with acres, Nov. 12; Bryan Whitfield and J. L. Robinson spot it every timILrIY *

CITIZEN DIES parents recently. G. C Mott and wife, Mary Mott left Monday morning: on a .. 6
S. Sgt. Malcolm Lewis ,of Key and Ethel Clem- business trip to Lakeland.
to Roy demons
Walch Fowler died at his home
West pent a short furlough here 1-2 Vance GeIger and eon, Bradley, to do an extra job takes an extra i some
Nov. 19 and funeral ons, his wife 10 acres, Nov.
acrvlcea Thursday were; held ,at the grave- with his parents.' Mr. .and Mr. E. 14; came down from Jacksonville for ,JL\. Coca-Cola has it.There are many things for i

aide In'Dedan' Cemetery lie la J. ,Lewis. Henry Grlffls and Ola Griffis. the week-end and Mra. Geiger but Coca-Cola does far more than just quench t
Mr. and Mrs., James Caaon returned with them Sunday night
were his wife J. B. Silcox and
survived by several children., to .
shopping In Gainesville Wednes- Mildred Sllcox. $50. Nov. 16; ;Mrs., J. 'R. Kite accompanied k It brings you a unique taste you enjoy.
HEWING CLUB day of last week I Lt. Glen Terrell, Jr., of CampBlending unique refreshment feeL
Trustees of the Internal Improvement you
The chicken supper Saturday rvt."L., Shaw of Camp Blending of on a week-end visit with
night sponsored" by the Ladles recently visited his parents for Florida grantor' Fund of to the Joa. State E. Wilson Justice and Mrs. Glen Terrell at In the making of Coca-Cola, there's a finl

Sewing Club was a great suecaaa. several Tallahassee.. of
daya.Mr |
from lifetime pn
and Dee Weeks Wilson tax Mr. and Mrs. Forrest Harneyand art comes a
Approximately $80 was
*. K. J. Lewis and sons certificate No. 963, 9 acres 'on of
made out of this event and the children have moved from It takes the skill of 57 years
Malcolm and Allen spent Friday west side of NW 1-4 of SW 1-4
R. H. Jr. the Ralford to the Farm.
quilt. Green was how"inblendingcertainspecialflessences
car afternoon in Starke visiting: Mrs. except north 1 acre, section 17, 2nd Class Petty Officer Kirk
lucky winner. The Sewing Club
Jrmmle Endicott township 6 south, range 22 east, with all the othl
s' Caldwell
wlshea to thank the community and his mother, Mrs. W.
Mr. and Mrs. E. B.' Andreu
Nov. 18 anl
I for its cooperation. ; C. Caldwell of Jacksonville were gradients to produce
and eon. Ray of Lake City attended -
Trustees of the Internal Im-
guests of Mr. and Mra. J. G.
NEW ARRIVALMr. the funeral of Mrs.' W. H. provement Fund, grantor, to Isabelle Caldwell Sunday. inal unique taste all iwf fa

i Green at New River Cemetery Newsome and Dotsy New- of. It never e
Mrs. Marlon Hay of Washington taste B" you never tire
and Mra. Artford Brown of
Sunday afternoon.
of Lawtey, tax certificates
some D. C. week-end
was a guestof
Tampa announce the arrival of a Miss Grace Dukes of Worthington 346 and 811. W 1-2 of SW 1-4 of Dr. and Mrs. R. P. Stubblns. You and your thirst could ask for no

baby boy .on Nov. 19. Springs was the dinner guestof NW 1.4 of SE 1-4. section 26. Miss Nelle Barker of Raleigh, Coca-Cola. Be c
than ice-cold
Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Lewis more
6 south 22
township range east
BUDGE CLUB N. C. Is visiting Mr. and Mrs. M
Saturday.Pfc. 5 acres Nov 18; Ennls Bradshaw. Icc- old Coca-Cola is the real thing
The Bridge Club met at the Albert Lee of the
H. V. Knight and Merry E. Mr. and Mra. J. P, Warren and freshment. It's all refreshment..f
k ne of Mr. R. E. Haxen Thursi U. S. Marines of Midway Island Knight his wife to Ester Williams son Jlmmle 'went to Madison

) afternoon, Nov. 19. After sever is visiting his family for a few ( ,. Nov. 20; Sunday to attend the funeral of refreshment.

d progressions high prize was days. I. Mrs. Ollle Thomas a widow to Mr. Warren's grandmother, Mrs. is .
awarded Mra. Guy'Harrell and W. T. Crosby Frank. Henry, R. L. Reddish and Margaret Reddish Susan Warren.,
:MlRS Madeline Crosby won consolation and F. T. of Vero Beach were Nov. 18; !
Phillip and Steve Walker of of Coca-Cola. TnJ
with low. Pear salad visiting: their brother, Lee Crosby Margaret L.Kelly a widow, to the Navy and< the Army respectively Wartime limits the supply rememberi v
aaltlnea and coffee were served Sunday. Lola Hodges of Sangamon dmes when you cannot get it,
last week with theirFrench n
spent. A k for
,the guests. t County, 111., 80 acres. Nov. 19. being first choice, sells out fint. Iht qw<
Deeds Filed time. No matter how short the supply.
Mrs. B. Walters and baby
I of Coca-Cola carries on.
daughter, Mary Ann, of New Timber deed-E. L Kelley and City Protests

York are here for an extended wife. Gertrude Kelley to J. E. Bad Drainage

Graves of Alachua'Co., Nov. 10; i
County Board of Public Instruction The City Council recently conferred J
sold the south half of with the State Road Department Yh
When Your
lot 38, section 20 township :9 on the matter of water r,

Back Hurts- south, range 22 east to J. S. Norman standing along: Temple Avenue

the highest bidder. for 925 near the school house after every
And Your Strength and on Nov. 7; heavy rain and asked that the ?s :. '

Energy Ie Below Par Tax deed-State of Florida, tax situation be remedied. The Department -

It may b* ........! by dl* rd.r or "IdS. certificate No. 363. to Elva Sullivan replied by requesting AmericanA
\. ., function that permit poi.onou. $1077. Nov 2; the City to lay 1.2OO feet of 36-
aoeamulat For /
vests to truly many
....pl. f*.l tiiwd weak. and ml.....bl. Georgia Southern and Florida Inch pipe from Temple Avenue l Danish te y d
when the klda y. fall to rmov. ._ Co. west Pratt street. H. A.
Railway a corporation of the on '
,a add and othar wute matter from the
blood. State of Georgia to M. L. Johns Bishop chairman of the Council PASTRIESJTry
o You may Buffer nagging baekaeh. of New River 1 of land stated that It would cost the J S hit r'
!( rheum. at ia pain. .haadaohea, dlmnry, acre In J r '
.,q9 rattlOst up nlfht, leg palma, awellina;. section 23, township 6 south City $10,000 to lay this pipe and Our 5'
Sometime with*amartinf frequent.nd and burning'Scanty urination la an range 20 east, $102. Nov. 7; that they could not afford to .
r' ether duo tb.l.omHhla.l.wrong with I* A. Brown and wife MinnieL. spend that amount for that pur- '0;, rat r

&h.There kidney. ahould or bladder.be no doubt that' prompt! Brown, to Guy J. Harrell. Nov. pose at this time. DOUGHNUTSFresh The best is always S t

treatment Ilse.'. Pills let Miss It U better than deflect.to rely on UM amedicine 12; Mr. Bishop thinks that the De- Daily the better buy tow ref..,I..Ceca.Cu1a Is "U ; .d rcat+sat COI''sw
that baa won eoun try wide ap* I Heater L. Thomas, a widow, to partment will ultimately remedythe e naush for m.ot r.a.hieg <: *

pro known.,," than v.....on'.h aomethinf*.*been tried lea favorably and teatad ,, George Grlffls and Myra Griffis, situation and It plans Just aa I.sissy.welcomed by(amity ad(rl.Js.hba.
i many year*. Are at *U drug torea. Nov. 7; soon ao possible to re-pave Temple sASINE'SBAKERY
Oat UooVa today.DOANS. J. S. Norman and wife Carrie Avenue from Call street to the

Norman to Charlie Gaaklns, 45 City limits since the various

PILLS acres, Nov. 7; Government projects In the City II110 UNOIt AVmOSIT 05 '"
Russell B. Judd and Willie May have torn up the street almost 312 W. Call St. STARKE COCA-COLA BOTTLINGY COMPANY

Judd, man and wife tp Enos M. beyond repair.

.. 1 M9r'NMrimty" '"'\'' .
) !r'rnrrVOS1MitER ,,'. _




dance Saturday night so I knowIt Department StoreFay I duiit. ("ana No. 122:1oiinrcit : .

was quite a gala affair. It \ or furu.1ITTON'
Iradford High Journal was quite tragic to see the local Deyette of Lincoln Road. STATIC OF FW1KIPA to: Frmlat
)fljtat! Jourdan whore residence *..
llgerlng at the door with
Miami Beach manager of the '700 North Court Street: TuacoU.
those hungry looks on their faces. 1111 nol...
new Blanding Center Department i You
i are required tn
and not being able to come In and appear on
Store t>.cemhar" 7th., 143 In the above.
dance. How tad how sad I returned last week named Court and
raise". wherein
IU'L STAFF Duty To ParentsIs Alumni Bradford WinsHomecoming from Plaintiff seeks. dlvorcn llradfonl
t' IdalOl1 Davis ReceptionHomecoming Afterwards everyone a t tended a buying trip to New York. 'I ('nunl,. Telegraph shall publish this

,dIe Virginia SewelBlosa DiscussedAt EventThe Game the midnight show at the Florida. The new sore will carry a "com- Order InWttnexa next hami tour weekly:. i"i::
in v and
its June AssemblyFor Iceland was on. Oh! that handsome plete line of sports wear for, at "Mtarkej' Florida, this November

Wrte patsy: Keen senior class open-house last From JasperThe John Payne Just thrilledme ladles I ," Henry Goldman merchandiser 5th. 1941.IO"'P'ICIAL.
I SEAL\ ) A. J. Thonl....
.'"Alice June Harding the chapel program Mr. Friday night was a definite suc- long anticipated tilt be- through, and through I stated this week |I Aa Clerk of said Court.
-' Powell (sigh) Some of the Jlvin Jerks It will also handle cosmetics ll-, 4t 11.87
Jewell Smith chose his
as subject the and Bradford took
cess until the lights went out. tween Jasper -
there we.-A r 11 and one shell
n e Jewelry
lamps and
Leis Newsome fifth commandment "Honor thy: The place Friday I night. It wasBradford's "pecans l\ {'IIIt"'T ('01'HT. alt'U..UIU.
.S-- principal Mr. Smith the handsome representative of grown In Bradford l'OUV7'w. '
: Eva Fay Calney father and thy mother that thy homecoming and a County"--and fKHV.: Kl.OKIIXl l:> Cl
senior Miss the U. S. Army-ditto. Alice I no other kind Mr. Goldman
sponsors Stump and said.
Markey days be long the Justine hickey.
a may upon land large crowd of Alumni turned out Brlkxitn. 1'laln .
W Colley Mr. Rooks and the class H. Peggy Perry escorted A full line of general gifts will va. 5!:dw a r d Krlkaen, Dvfenii '>.
-... Shirley -which the Lord thy God giveth officers to see the first Tornado victory Caae No. 1199.
-- Charles call him also be
by Just found
( in the
store wellas
Thomas welcomed the as
Clarice thee. guests at door. over Jasper in four years. OKliKK OK' Pimi.irATIOlV
Nina Bishop Punch and cookies served Q.) Parker and Herbert Green. a large collection of Christmas AND NOTIPM TO AI>J'jJ\lt
___ In his talk he brought out the were the Initiative STATE OK
feltures Bradford took What this reporter saw and heard toys KIxMUUA tot Edward
Marjorie CrlderEDfTORIAL by Bobble Cameron. Jewell Powell Krlkaen. care of Mm. llobert Morlartv
.roll, promise "that thy days may belong In the first when of the show was quite good.. I airier -
and Alice June Harding. The early quarter ]>*> llentlvy Ave., J.raey -
And that while we are IM THM (.Hrl'I'r roi'MT OK TMM Z'Ityr N. .
recommended It for
punch table Colson scored the first touch- pipsqueaks KKiliril JlimiAl, You
was beautifully tlHfllT OW are. required to appear on
young we try to be exact replicasof _and drools '. ..101 HTATM ... .
adorned with red radiance drIP Of .0111. 1. |N December 7th.. 143. In the above
roses down. During the second quarter AM MOIL .
our' parents but as we grow .11".0. .> COlT named Court and cauxe. wherein 4

LIKE older we don't want to be like and fern. Bradford got the ball and Gassett WK WONDKR WIlY DEPT William IN fllANCKNY.J.! MoOndv, plaintiff of Keek Malden. divorce Name.and llradford rexloratloii 4,

liS them, but rather like someone Tours through the buildingwere carried It for (he second touch- Josephine J, got so tickled at Plaintiff County Telegraph shell publlah' this

!\'IdaY\ night we had an else. We never realize Just how conducted by Lois Newseme down. Then McRae scored and the homecoming game tother Mary Mrlede?". I HIM.DUultci KOIl Order Witness In four my hand weekly and laauea.official.
to show what wes much our parents mean to us until Odessa McRae Lucille Crosby and at the end of the half. The score night. It was those Jasper players Def.ntsnntOItDER : at Mtarke. Florida this October ,,

/ wben we were given they are gone and then we miss Grace Wagner. The class rooms stood 21-0 In favor of Bradford.In that sent her Into those galesof STATE OK KIX1HIPA 0' rPIH.II'-\TIU-J: 13th.( 1912OFi'1CTAf... SWAt) A..J. Thomas.

to sponsor, a dance as 'them more than words can say. were attractively decorated with the third quarter Gassett got laughter.1 bet. TO MARY Mc-DAOU: I All Clerk of said. Court

-homecoming activities. Do we honor our fathers and flowers of the season. the ball on the 30-yard line and Why Arllne Is late to her room q.iitrftil You are to appear hereby. on urtlfrml Monday'and r"- ll4t Il7 -- o-

ilia told that It was to : mothers In the lives that we lead? The senior class was very dis- ran 70 yards before he was down- every day? It couldn't be that hero slat. day. of UttfRinbrr, A. !>.. l NO'rIC'1' 0. A PPI.\TIO.X

/die.and all future events I Could we face our parents witha appointed because so many of our ed. McRae then carried the ball the bus Is always late could It? the Hill the of anovn 1'omphilnt tuttlllml wherein Court i th"l) <".FOIL.<.
would depend uponof clear conscience about any guests did not get to see the over for another' teuchdown. B. Nina didn't get to the dance from Hlalnlirf. nocks lu obtain a < NOT I";'"; IH IIKIthinY tllVRN.
you That K.
this one. I be- thing we have done? Do people new building. In order to show H. S... scored again during the until 13 minutes before It ended ? liratlfonl {'.."nty Telegraph. Is ,, Tan Cortlflcatea M. Packham numbered holder r..xp
i we proved not only like to have us around or do we the structure to the beat advantage fourth. Oh. I remember now-she said h.r.by In designated' KM tiny news.ipanper 83Iyl.No.;ettO.1:! o'nJ l. lea; 141 .and
to our teachersthat which thin order ..h"H !h.! ., day of H ptomher .
but cast a shadow on the fun? Our all lights were on in the ---V. S. she was In pome alley, bowling.All published <>nr. n week for fourfonnriMitlv A. I>. 1940, haa flied can,.
we well have the wovkii.WITNICSM In my offlre and hall made \
faced reflect our personalities and three buildings and because the I
such things the refreshments disappeared my hand and ......lot | lion for Tax Deed to be U.u..a
I( sponsor our personalities show the kind load was too heavy for the fuse Campus Fashions the above Court this. 171 h day. oft thereon.
how to conduct while the lights were out November A. D., I Ml, Mturko.l Bald .
know the HI certificates rexnectfvelrembrace
it of lives we have led. lights went out. It Is hoped
Friday night at the reception? llrniifunl County! FlnrJda. "H I the following I ; deacrltwdproperllea
to a dignified manner. We are known by the that those who were unable to Sweaters-Everywhere you look A. .f. Thomas, t jerk: of the In 1 of llrail-
mink that all will agree companywe see the building will feel free to tea sweaters of every kind Garnlta's always losing her rircult; Court llrudford ford.I Stale of ,10ili': :: to-wlt
dance keep This company tends to you pocketbook at lunch time? County (OKKICIAI, ,. HIOAI.) HIC'4 of NK>4 Section: to Twp.
omecoming, show the kind of background that come and visit at any time. and color spotting the campus. The 11-10 4t 12.11_ ) 7 M. It. SI H., containing 40 AU--::.

rtrtmlng success in more -S. R. C. military type Is taking all hon Marjorie Davis got so excited more or Inxx Ix embraced uir
we have. Sometimes this Is all I'tl.l. von IIIK1 said Certificate No. 101.
n one. It was a victory right but other times it cants a ors. All the girls are really fall- over the weekend ? It couldn'tbe .1W\M OWI'uetl. l-t.\\T I I Sea NKU of NVVW\ II

.that we showed the true Ing for them. Yellow seems to that Timmy was coming over, s'r 111KF1' :, rl.Ot111)tII. "' JS ,'w\>. 7 S, H. IIIFL.I 1
; bad reflection upon our parents.Are Homecoming Dance P. \\. 1)1'O.! taming SI Acres., morn or heal
;I our school and at the of be the elected: color. If you're In could It? l.o F1.1-S.17/i! embraced. under. said uerllflcat'
parents proud
K bad a most enjoyable your you Enjoyable EventThe doubt to how they look why Gorla B. scared Scaled l>ldn for furnishing and I 10S.
in every respect or are they Justa as was so Friday Initiallingavwav. .. plant,. In I H% of Lot S7 In Wood IB wn a-c.....
Un; continue to conduct little bit ashamed/' not peek In on the seniors. Mar- night? It wasn't the company you the ,'/tv of Hlitikn, Fiorldn, will )he 20 Twp. t H, It. 33 K., oontalnlna i.
to this fashion it Is senior class was happy to and Clarice. received by the City Council at the AcreH, mora or' lena la emhractiii
? .. -R. B. W. guerite, Jewell were keeping was It, Gloria? City om.'fH In HtarkM. : under said certificate No.
ble that there wlU be have so many alumni at Its home- Those two-color com bin i a t Ion Zanie S. got so flustered when til two I". W. 1:110: I I>. lon'- \. \'v.UI T. Wi of Lot 57 Woodlnwn a-c.....

I In the future. But coming dance. All those graduates Marguerite''' and Georgia on Wonilar. Ih. .\."Ih tTlh day 10 Twp 5 S 11. IS : containing
Home EC. sweaters that good-looking sailor came to ..( lln-ratkor. iKIJ: at wlllfh lime A Acres. mot;' .>r less 1o:1.. embraced
umember never to take I Gleanings of dear old BHS Just strut- Gilpin are wearing: are really see her the other night? and pla.1till hide received will bpuhllclv .. under. said certificate No. l I.a.

i of these privileges and ting and being so proud of Its knockouts. Then there are the l: opened. and read aloud N'." of "HKVi' \ Ref 17 Twi T S.

age the faith that our, everyone or nearly everyone, victory over Jasper. We were sloppy Joes. They are slouchybut Jewell Carter struggled with a Proposal liiHtriK'tliina., Innornl In HhlilnrH Condltlonx, Form', De.l of or 11 'I.2 lexa K.la.containing einliravud:: under 80 Acrea mild, more certlflcale -

od teachers have in us. Is making skirts or dresses and glad to have the football team comfortable and will be warm grudsom e -1 0 0 kin g Instrument tall 1'It"'RtI"n"" Form" of Con. No. 141.

trouble called the typewriter Don't tract ln Oritwlnira innv ( HVVW of HWVi\ fl.... II Twp. 7
boy! are we having some give : : ,1""t
:hat on the whole we are from Jasper come and stay to play In this winter. And last hi ,x nfflr of the H. It. HI 11., containing' 40 Acree.inoia .

of well behaved students with them. We realize the fact while. Everyone looked nice there are the short )eved sweat- up Jewellwe atlll have hope. at City I the C'lark!offices of 8lark of i'liarlra, .' "Wllh' and. ,- ', auld cvrtlflcatc or less la No.embraced 33. under

gt how to have a good that Mrs. McRae can't help us and seemed to be having a grand eru all colors being worn. with holnior of the Firm) fif UoynoIdH, 1 1Hrrwton The axaeNiiment of the said |>rop.

: tit coating anybodyI. each individually but she tries time. and plaid skirts. FARM NOTES 1'1.! .11t.Illlla. l>. o. ertv under said. certificate N... 101
plain ..
to as gay llux 4HI7, Blh il>vrta llulldIna' wile In I the nail of Kmpiri L uniber -
awfully hard to explain us Billy Colson's swing band played I I E. L. E. JnrlcHonvllIf*, Klorlda a n tlco Co.t Ihe a of *al*

L. D. a group.. But nevertheless, we're several numbers and June Patel By L. T. Dyer County Agent |>lea tliirnnf f>l:>taln:;:d upon pay* property under :: d."r'ntl.. No*.
of till Oil
mtmt fur h
make those dresses. < "ft, whlclipaymnnt 10ft waa In the nume of Mr. 0. A.
determined to RntlonlnK Farm
sang of The Week MachineryFarm will li. rafundcil l upon is- I, Dubuv I the axxi'Mxmcmt of .aldproperty
What gets us all angry Is the Question Machinery that Is rationed turn of Much sat In good rondlthiu: under said certificate N...
r Biographies work hard and The Armory had been decorat-I' Includes within Ian days after bids havebean .I l ISIS wail In the nama of W. M.
fact we so heavy machines
I l aiul read.
ed with black and orange Tills week's question Is for thegl..l. opened: ; Torode: the axaexxmetit o t acid
when we try on the dress or skirt such as tractors disk harrow. The 3iild tlty Connrll; ria.*rviaI* property under said uertlflvate Ni
GLORIA BUFORD small per and purple and gold for our .. only.-"Who Is your favoritemovie the right to waive any InfornialUtlva 16.1 was In the name of Unknown
Music! A thrilling It'a either too big or too were actor ?" and most tractor drawn machinesand In or to reject any nr all hid"! | ?, The aaxexHinent. of aald propertt
and It's all to go back over again. Alma Mater. cultivators. It does not Include I:,,,'h l hid niiiHt h.. ai'i'oinpanlwfl" under said certificate, No. 341 wa
t I to until one and 1 two horse
We're going keep on machines
'' or hid bond In the amount ,
in Jackson- Henreld. axueiiKment of mild
ii Hospital in Arline-Paul property unite t
have completed it. I even believe as to be brought to a peak fence wire or smaller tools. of five percent (5; %) of the said certificate No. 361 w... In the !
It was transferred toad the center of the room. Music Frances N.--Mickey Rooney. bill a. a guarantee tbat the name of Unknown.
I the five second year girls Inquiries about farm machinery flcr. If awarded the h..1'
Gloria has spent the furnished by a set and records Alice June-Victor"' Mature. \\'I/\In\ contract I'nlexx m"tii certificate* shall lwredeemed >
was lOIn ronaKuutlva '
I are having trouble with theirs but should be made to the CountyAgent's (10) according to I law the
r of her life here. I We except for the orchestral Nina B.-Mickey Mouse. dar days after written notice being I I, proper!lea described therein will b*
won't and say so. office. given' of curb award enter Into
they up Hwrlttmi cold
to the highest.
Hair five Lorene-John Payne. at tile
grey eyes, I
interlude.Mr. (
contract wild the of
I all proud to know that there FertilisersFertilizers Courthouae door on the fleet !Mon
Inches and 132 pounds are Margaret L.-Jimmy Stuart Htarkc, KlorlilM.. In noi-oi-ilnnc with' day
In the
Mrs. Wainwright I Month of |I'
make the we will be two holidays for us this Smith Mis"Stump. Jewell C.-Clarke Gable. are not rationed and th* accepted Md and give a pir ; ID4S. which la the 7th.. "cem day

up person week and we are thankful for and one of our sponsors may be purchased aa usual. formanrt* I bond Hatlufactorv' to thaCltv I II Uecemher A. 1>. 1912.
i Gloria. These physical Margie R.-John Payne.Margaret of Htnrk. equal| tn una hun, I listed
illca them. Oh! Boy! received for the senior B.Clark Gable. Ilomt' ('uN'dpat! I dred10o't. I > ,<.if the i-nntrart primNo bar A. 1).this mi.Bth... day, of. Nov r
and her radiant '
class. We wish, to thank .those JM41V .. t Every farmer I s urged to Ulddur may withdraw hi. bid I (OFFICIAL, HKAf.) A. J. Thor

l.j] have played a great IT'S FUNNY TO SHE- of the class who were responsiblefor butcher and cure enough pork data within.set sixty for the 100)ot">dives Bnlnir after th..foof.City the. Cleik County Circuit Florida.Court, 11.of. Jliadfo 4t .
Biking others like her.Ii III IT
decorations.J. Ima I of mark Florida _
at machine the Snooper for home uxe. The rumors about ; .
> a normal high school Ona Mae working a My: <'Alir JOIINM.. I 1.\1 flllClIT :
W. A. Enemy IIIIAOFOnil
restrictions on Much meat IK without' 12-4
Cityt.'leik.' 11.20 ,1t
ilia naturally has certain that won't sew. Greetings and salutation, kidswhat's I I I C'OI'fTY.' FI.OHIUAI IN CHAW' i
to foundation. < KIIV.llarlhn.: .
dislikes. Among the Three or four girls running cooking IN ciun IT t'oi H'r, miitroiii> Pay Krown .
and her opin- Club ActiveThe ('OIT\. .0111.\1 l\ I''ll\\'., Plaintiff. va..laukxon
Mrs. McRae getting Glee Sugar Making
*: the song. "I Wonder Well all the celebration is over ('KIIV.Thclma C. Urown. Lefendanl Ca. ;.

r Baby's Coming Home." ion of the dress or skirt and get- and the students of that well- Several farmers who have sugarcane '' IInl h'n'k. I'lalnllff va.Curl No. 1214.UItIIUI 1 OK' PIIHMOATIONAND
all at Glee Club Is happy to report O. flalh 'o"k. Defendant (Canu.
them ( making for
her to help are Home
cold weather and Chemise ing known (for Its absent-minded students sugar Nu. 8219.Oltl NOTICW TO AI'IMOAIt ,

the teacher have any- once). that they have some new ) Institution on the Corner home use while making nyrup. Instructions Fl KF: < OK I'lTBt-ICATItlM C HTATK Hrown.Or of FI'( II11>A to! Jaokaon ,l
U69 Illinois
learning to ANI NflTICK 'I'() AI'l'KAIl Street '
I'll be back. music. They are for
> io< with It?) Physical I'm qulttln'-but of Temple and Washington making/ sugar may HTATM OK FLORIDA>> lo: Curl OItalhcnck Mobile, Alabama. k\, I

Ii her only dislike. Garnlta Hutto. sing "The Blue Danube Waltz. Avenues (I'm talkln' of our be obtained at the County Agent's 'I' whose residence. la Un I I December You are 7th.required:, 1142 to In appear the above-on
known. ,
i School saw Gloria take The study course Is unhappy to school In cam you don't recognize office, and Instructions should be You arc r.qulr.d to appear ontimivmlMT '1 named. Court: and cause, whereinplaintiff

report that they had a test last down In the carefully followed. 7th. 1943. In the aliovanitmvil IIo..k" divorce. IlradforrtCounty
faltering steps in edu- The Juniors It) are settling Court and uaua. wherein. Telegraph. ahall publlah thlaOrder >
ud |Is now about to see Monday. Really It wasn't very well-known groove again. My The acreage planted to nugar plaintiff' a<*cka divorce and rwHtorwlion In next four weekly l I.xm>.,

final ones. After grades Homecoming. And was It swell? hard though; if you known music. informers tell me that the recep- cane for syrup and sugar should of Maiden Nam, llradford 'I 1 I seal Witness my hand end official
at t-Uarke, Florida this October
County Telegraph' shall publish this
looking Juniors. Noticed The results of this test will de- by the be considerably Increased next ,,, 27th.. 1942.OFFICIAL .
plans to go in train- More good tion and dance given Order In next four weekly IHHUSH.Wltnaxa :
I Luke's Hospital. Jewell C. and Evelyn H. termine what the class needs. to greatest Senior Class of all time year. The Experiment Station mv hand and official anal ( SEAL) A. J. Thomas
Clerk of
Aa said
aNterke, Florida, this OI'lob..r30Ih. Court.
'IYeet disposition and her sporting beautiful corsages. Steve study most. were big successes. The only has two or three improved varieties ., 1941 10-80 4t 1I-2B .

decorating the booths the study class middle of that are much better than A'. J. Thomas, -
to In
William right .the
learn we know will and Both classes, thing was ; Aa Plvrk. of aulil' f'wnrt.
a success in her chosen" for the Juniors. Everybody In and the singing claws, are large. the I aeceptlon something (or somebody the old varieties. (OPK riAT. BRAT.) THE OLD RELIABLEIf

luck And 'then the danceto will grow and fuse and we had a Sweet l'olaI04. Knlxht Knight, HlnrkiKlorldn. ,
that they
Gloria! high spirits. We hope ) need
Bank sweet potatoes and thereby I Atlvn. for Plf. 11-11 U 1I-Z7 you a good laxative or c.tJa. I
Jasper' was darkness was '
top everything. blackout. The antic
progress. to relieve headache t
ARLE8: by some cute peo- '--L. N. N.10G to the 'students', In keep plenty for home use and iv C'lIlr.I'r roniT, 01..01.II 1 billotuncm*
represented new
BOYER nothing some to sell later. Do not be In c'o"'I'\'. YI.OnlDAi I** t HA'-1or that l lazy tired feeling when due tc
Boyer might have been the building, but the faculty and ('.:"". I
ple.A last excited. too big a hurry to sell at digging lanes" Wilson Younclner, Plaintiff I I I temporary constipation ask for and

a Christmas present slight correction over News guests got quite time. They will keep If properly vx. Kdlth If. Younclner' Defendant.Caxe .. be sure you get
tived on December 15 weeks news. The contest was ex- The football game was quite No. 9211OIlOKIt '

IIJa birthplace is boys won. The class meeting last "the thing." too. The highlightof stored. : OK PUnLKAT10: I'I, HERBINB ,
Bartow tended and the We had a will if banked AND NOTIfM TO AI'PKAH: I ALL DRUG STORES '
;5 took when those four Cabbage keep OK KIjOltinA Edith: ;.
r three months he mov- about $170. week and the vice-president the game was STATE: tot
total was ,
In and like sweet potatoes. Turn tops If. Yonnarlner, whoa r..ld.n. la
ionvllle and there he We hope that we can sponsor charge as the President was ab- beautiful sponsors bounced Hotel. Wilkes rare of II. >'. ..""...

IIa scholastic career in dances soon. Don't forget us sent. We discussed the program took their royal seats on the down. North Wllkeohorn North Carolina. AUTO PARGENERATORS

Uverslde where he com- when we do committee and decided to have sidelines. By the way Carolyn HORN, Cows, and (I'hlckrn December You" art 7th.required, 14. to In apprfar the above on 1

e nnt through the sixth Robin In having a program in Green's hat was quite?astounding, The Government Is urging the named. Court and rauxo, wherein AUTO GLAfM

.atom. there he went to the turns home room period. wasn't It? Nina B. said she didn'tsee farmers to produce more hogs, I: relief.plaintiff Bradford seeks divorce County and Telegraph: other CASH FOR( CARS AND

fe for his seventh the flowersand any of the game for looking cows and chicken. next year. This shall puollHh this Order In next TRUCKS IN ANY
Junior Red Cross We appreciate the that home : four weekly Ixxuex.Wltnexx I CONDITION WE BUY
IIId ninth straight ahead and acting means more grown ,
grades and to that were broughtfor mv hand and official anal
B for the His Red pictures dignified sponsor. Them glam- feed must be produced to feed at Htarke, Florida this :November4th. JUNKED ft WRECKED
tenth. Junior They
Members of the our home room Friday. 1 4SOFPICIAl.
year was divided the Cross met Tuesday afternoon In Improved the appearance greatly.We orous decorations of our Strawberry them on. ( > BKAF) A..J. Thoman.Aa I AUTOS

*er In the Virden High the American Legion Hall. The miss Mable since she got Bowl were arranged by Joe TobaccoNo lt-.Clerk''4t. 11-27 of laid Court. ; Used Autos $lo:>> up
Wen and Carolyn- -ther e very Information about tobacco
New Mexico; the smaller boys and girls cut and married. Nina, -
III 1 Cross City Florida. trees. enthusiastic Seniors. for next year has been receivedyet HASKINSAUTO
decorated small Christmas -Berta Lee George the I Clll>ni'IT /'OI'HT. HHADfOnil
bat chosen BHS for his will be used to put on the Took a Jolly Jaunt over to however it Is expected that OI'IMTV.. YLOIIIDA/ CHAN.CKIIV. PARTS
are In the "Homecoming" dance Friday nlte there will be very: little or no Norm of Town on Road !I'
of the boysvwho Jama Mltehfl burden Plaintiff,
and one-half months trays Camp Blanding. The Cafeteria NotesThe and cut a rug with the rest of change In the program. ve, Fr.da Hurl Jourdan eftn-
hospital at
he Swell little or-
wanner he took knit. the Jitterbugs. Soil Conservation ProgramThe
an are learning to ford ( oA.
older girls cafeteria of Brad Colson Swlngaroo
whanlcs chestra-that
course a t We were very glad to have so School is run by the band. Jitterbug Cut the Soil Conservation Programwill We Do Work-
velt In Ocala and the children from the County hep-time continue with very little Superior ,
John Gorrie he was a many We still need Work' Progress Administration. Rug. Turkey Trot. LIndy Hopdon't change. The checking of farms
grades. doing ..
who are
at six women know whlch-dOD't
the There are
Radio Guild High for is !
and more of the and for practice payment progressing .
Piper staff. and want is the cooking. Miss Stump what but I started dancln' andcouldn't and will be :
He was and girls. This rapidly, soon For Better Cleaning -
School boys membersof Ye
in Mrs. McRae are the two stop. Hear Ye Hear
manager for Vice can aid in finished.
Junior one way in which you the faculty that help in the Ole Snooper had 'er eyes on several ,

'likes: High. the war effort. planning of the meals. The cafe- couples on the floor. Mainly Several farmers are planting i

'Ian CUage" horses traveling Starting next week the weekly teria feeds on the average of 300 Bishop Myric and Delores Creek- winter clover and grass for pastures TRY THE I

and art. Dlsv be held on Monday and Austrian winter peas .
will 100 free "
meeting Fred-
meals dally, plus "HI Yl Yi Delorta. .t
"d paid more.
homework. instead of Tuesdays. and blue lupine for soil building NEW METHOD CLEANERS
"Wing afternoons ones in addition to 22 nursery die wasn't doing to bad either
school he wants should be
this fall. These
of the crops
It is the policy that handsome prevlou- !
children. with
the radio and Mra. E. O. Edwards Owners
station. NewsThere wholesomea reported to this office so they Mr. ,
o 4 Lake 10-B Class cafeteria to prepare as alumni Joe Edwards. Also spot- '
City Utah.
be Included for payment.
J&nlors wish you Suc- been a meal as!> possible for the amountof ted by Ole Snooper was Marjorie may 313 Temple Your Patronage Phone
to have I
*e' with seems money available. Davis with that c-u-t-e Timmy Avenue Appreciated 1SS
a capital S). accident on the ball field -A. H. of F. Sho do
slight from the
Wadsworth was absent Scott r ... .. -. .... -.,. _._ -
ANDERSON and Thomas wish Ray Parker would grow a Relief At Last

rka on BOIVIN the rest of the day. Collect ToysIf few inches. I bet he'would makea
November 13. 10.0 Help
that cute girl from of the
tvent Who Is ; iwell partner for some

1kZ-43 Important to the who Is attracting so much of which yon lassies. Yes Slree-Ray. you're one
took place-the attention? you have any toys For Your Cough Prompt Service Careful Drivers
fooled. How
Meyers' had
tot Virginia Anderson Carlos Barkttdale do not use or which you have person who me
them" to lessons Lucky thing
bring about a few
now has Brown hair. outgrown please Creomulslon relieves promptly because -
,.., 18 them to your the dance was a girl-break. Never the seat of the
5' 6" and oysters and John school and give it goes right to
2I PGundt.t snooty people homeroom teacher. These toys saw such a bashful bunch of boys trouble to help loosen and expel Starke Taxi Service 1

Payne.In And think someone germ laden phlegm and aid natureto ,
life. to
by the Boy In all my
: renders proof that the fall Virginia plans to go will be repaired soothe and heal raw. tender. Inflamed -

u' deslr.bie place ID Tallahassee to make for her- Scouts and Girl Scouts for upder- called you B. H. S. boys bronchial mucous membranes \

IJyv" She wa to of a college girl.I privileged children at a community wolves. 1 don't think Wanda Tell your druggist to sell you Phone 150
born here
self the career
Christmas tree. Please Pearce minded the girl-breaks at a bottle of Creomulslon with the understanding
;"d here all her life. she Intends to couplea must like the way it
suppose you
Wanda? Hope to
;: what she liked to good timewith her task of don't forget them because your all. Did you. quickly allays the cough or you are i

was her old cavt-away toys may make ice you soon at another of our to have your money back.GREOMULSION. Day Night
reply: learning.
bow who would school dance.
I. -It Is some child happy
swim and'work to Virginia.
tso! Success you local laaales
all the
ryscted' Her dislike are yours for Just a little effort. We otherwise be very disappointed.M.- M. of Starke attended the U. S. O. for CouehsChest Colds t Bronchitis.; I .J.... .. ..- --4 J ... L 1 -

They include know you can haTe It. ,

: ,
'r'o','": "'' """" "
'I 'Z'


---- letter you wouldn't even know WCTU GLEANINGS RI1:01llTli1R NOTICK: 0. I Tt"IOI'I' T

duty Monday, Nov. 23. the war was. on, Mr. Hemming- PICTITlol" 1'1.\'
Mr. and Mrs. Parsons will given
way says.DEN1tIARK'14 .
I>.v...r4 fo Item of .....*.. romraln* PRAYER IS LEGAL ot underaigned Chapter under thr flat,
make their home In Starke for Bradford c....ty *.... ...... mfrvlmlt U.*lHam. Hardin County, Kentucky. voted Arts of 1941.20001 wlli! Lawx ofryk
iiT Miss Irene Markham /4rti ......... mmtt M.da ... mrfr* to GIVES ANOTIIERDenmark's Clerk of r..et.tor. / .. .
the present eu..erale b.. .1..1.. ,. ...... and ,..t.... Furniture Co., baa dry on September 19. Wets say for 'i' j
Becomes Bride ...... raw boys away Ire. ........ 8...,,_ G the prohibition referendum was flctltioua '..aU'1''ajri,? .
mm ale .!_ ......... Of Russell Parsons Jr. New ArrivalMr. c rr,__l.. scale mm* vllvltlra the armed forces of the Na- won by women who settled downat We Wonder Olft Khor5r&a 'nndrl.
for are r
.i off i...._" Buck Crawford, the polls to pray for victory. at engaged 114 1'10.and dolug I
{ y and Mrs. Edwin Green an- tion. Staff Sgt. ., Thlll".n
Miss Irene Markbam daughter in Starke "We were up against an un Bradford County,
ll of Mrs. W. J. Markham of nounce the arrival of a daughter, RETURNS J1"R01NORFOLK seven A. M.-seems more like college a former employe, was Sun- controllable trend" a wet leader the "aid b h" 1'10'

t. ; the State Farm, became the Linda Louise, on Monday. Nov. M. C. Thomas son of Mrs. Mal- than the Atmy in some ways. and environs Friday through from Ft.Bral'g declared. "Women prayed at the ?.nrd.'rVar1: : by; "felnSit

bride of Runnel Par.oru!!t Jr., of 16. lory Thomas of Starke, has received The officers here' are the best day on''a 3-day pass visit to polls." (8''. l-il8W".ridH1"1: W T I J
He a
lr, 1 + 1, 6 Live Oak In a quiet ceremony a medical discharge from I've ever met 'and my C. O. 18 N. C. paid stationed at Assistant Attorney General Guy Ida thin 20th day .f Vol';:ounty' I

f ,x performed In Jacksonville Wed- U. D. C. To Meet the Navy and arrived bach at his more like a dad to us than an his brother Lee visited his home Herdman has ruled that the pray- U..1 4t n.n Itl

nesday miht!: Nov, 18, by Justice home here Monday after spending officer. We are fed better food Camp Blanding: Although the
of th. Peace McKinney J. The W. T.: Weeks Chapter, U. several weeks In Norfolk Va. He ; than any fraternity .house servesat at Lake Butler, and his friend Lake ers were were legal.not more than 50 !\lOTIO' 01"
D. C. will meet Wednesday afternoon business the U. of F. Miss! Sadie Prince, also at women I. C'1..u. reed
t Davis Mra A arsons la a B. H. S. has resumed his transfer their 1 o. an.
from the polls; .
graduate in the class of 1940, December 2, at four o'- and will appreciate the continued. "I'll be down \o see' hoW old Butlers feet away q'eoety Plortda.
former cannot be considered as Notice Ie hereby
: and has been for the past 18 clock, at the home of Mrs. Effle support of his old customers. Starke looks soon 'cause 'I have Clifford Hazen, also a praying the 12th day of nrrmber air." n t1l3
In Lawtey. Hostesses: for the employe, arrived in Starke Sat- I electioneering or I n 11 mldating 104Z. at I o'clock PM., "'
', months an employe of the Eden-: Miner I a furlough coming up or 'y.
1 t Miner Mrs. Hal Edwards to urday ,and spent,three days'visiting I voters. "No' voter would' be so ther.atter a. can be heard
N field jewelry in Starke. Mrs. MEXICOThe holidays, and will, I be glad under"hrned Intend
NEW to
v Robert LIKES relatives and ,friends He weak' as to admit that these pray. Honorable A. aOli!
and Mrs. O. W.. friends and loved ones! I Adkin
Parsons see
M q a 1 Mr. Is'a graduate of following interstinff letter my inducted at. Camp, Blanding; ers so frightened him, as to intimidate Judge, In Stark Floride, CI fo
will be seeing was *
the Live Oak High School ,and has just been received by the must close now, but < time in an Arizona him to Vote dry,"' Mr. order authorizing. IIndorli
spent some adopt Clara Mae
baa for sometimev been a sales. Potatoes Unrestricted.. Telegraph from Lucian Conner ;you all soon. camp, and came here from Las Hardman said. "Though their .0". Orlffin, .
Iltj man for the Exchange blstribut who is stationed at the Roswell Yours truly Joe Williem
| Conner." Vegas, New Mexico, where he purpose may be to bring him a ,
ing Co. He Is the son of Mr. Irish Potatoes have been de- NewMexIco Army Flying School: Lucian the past three months in mental picture of the'rum demon Sallie Wllha"'l"
, and Mrs H. R. Parsons.. He was clared a necessary food cup and "A, fellow never. knows bow spent Command. He him Into hell fire 1.n tt 12.16SFIO
l shoveling _
Air Transport
Inducted into the Army'' Sunday, allotments and ,all restrictionshave much he misses his home town,, ENLISTS IN MARINES the afternoon voted .
left Wednesday fori unless he dry.
i Nov. 15, and reported for active been removed, according to paper until he's miles away. I.. George E. Thomas, Jr., von of I' where he will
County Agent L. T. Dyer. look forward to the arrival of the 101..... and Mrs. George Thomas of Nashville, Tenn., cadet in : Hardin County contains Fort I

jolrllw, .... Heretofore, Mr. Dyer aays, It Telegraph almotrt as much as I Starke enlisted In the Marine begin the Reclassification his training as Center.S. a Knox with Its 55,000 sOldlerll.1|!)

MlMryol has been necessary to have an do a- letter from my sweetie Corps on Nov. 10 and )is now at Victory of
Denmark who rose froma '
G. last
.. allotment to plant potatoes, but ALMOST. I always enjoy Car. Parris Island S C., for his boot onedayaweekman and in six other .

h under instructions just received a olyn Callstreet's column 'causeshe training. Young' Thomas was 6O-cents-a-day In month brings- ,the total of dry

4 farmer may plant all he wishes. gives me so much dope on graduated from the Madison High to manager of Denmark's the counties .t o .sixty-seven among

GMs666IOU41a0Litat This leaves tobacco and peanuts my friends and college mates and School and had been employed as nine years, was Blanding inducted on Into'Nov. Kentuck's 120. .... EPAlet's (
at Camp
''as the only allotment crops grown the addressee of pain now in the a etore manager: at Camp Blan- Army (Friday) -The Lutheran.
19 and will leave today
In this county, Mr. Dyer says.i service ding. He hopes to be attached active service In the U. WHERE IS lIE f

t ---- "Well. I'm 2.000 miles from to the Quartermaster Division of to begin The public has been asked to
11. --9 S. Army.
home-deep In' New Mexico. but the Marine Corps after completing reduce meat consumption 10 per

FUNERAL DIRECTOR believe it or not I like it VERY his basic work. TORODK TRANSFERRED cent so that more labor may be have jour

e My Many Year Experience Make It Foe lble for Me to Render much out here and the climate Is I John Arthur Torode son of devoted to producing war equip- FALL

EFFICIENT PROMPT and COURTEOUS SERVICE really wonderful, except when )trains BASIC FLYINDT Mnh- W. E. Torode of Starke, ment. Where Is the official who I

MODERATE PRICES or we have a dust storm.I Having completed preflightand I who was recently called to active will 'order a "No liquor' Day," or FOOTWEAR

DeWITT C. JONES still like Florida much the primary training. Ralph E.. duty with the Air Force Classification a, "No Smoking Day", for theaamd

Starke. Florida bent, but'I do feel better out here, Rhodes, son of Mrs. D. A. Mon- Center, Nashville, Tenn i reason? I

due to the change In climate, I teith of Starke, Is now a basic Maxwell .. -The National Voice.I DAINTY FOOTWEAR
transferred to ""
t"T. n r.... T .. _,__ .. ...... -,,---,MeI. cadet has [
at the Bainbridge, Furnished and for the REPAIRS
/ guess."I flying ( paid by
I. : ____._r_ ...... ... ...... Field .
-w. ...... must say something about Ga, Army Air Field. He received Starke W. C. T. U.) OUR SPECIALTY

t., DR. LEMUEL COLSON DENTIST these swell people out here. They his pre-flight training at Max- Actress ,
are exceptionally friendly to us well Field Ala., and his primary i CARD OF THANKS

129 East Call Street [ boys and try to make us forgetour training at Bennettsville, S. C. In "Our Gang" 'We wish to express our_sincere Finest Leather Used
troubles. We receive many After completing' the course! at appreciation to 'all who showed

Hours Invitations!! to visit in their homes Bainbrldge, Cadet Rhodes will be i Now In Starke UP' any kindness or rendered any
!9 A. M.
to 7 P. M.
rl rlI Evenings By Appointment and I am already booked for a sent to. another field for advance Lamer a young service during the recent, illness, TheElectric
Vicky : grown
big Thanksgiving dinner in Ros- training, his last before receiving lady, now, but one-time child) ac- death and 'burial of our loved I Shoe Shop

t well and you can bet your life wings and the gold bars' of a tor in the !"Our Gang" movie one k Mrs. Susan Warren. Also
I+ We couldn't second: .lieutenant.. for] beautiful floral I AcroHs From Perkmmummunmmrtrmrmmmn.wmnaiuvmum TheatreH't
\\m I'll be there. boys ,. comedy series, Is making her ; I|'he offerings.
COMPLETE LINE OF MILITARY ask to be treated any better than --rf home in Starke, while her husband ".' I ; The Warren Family.I

SUPPLIES we are here and I'm sorry to say TAKING IT CALMLY Pvt. Fred R. McCulstlon',' i"rvai_,,',!"'......".''IIH''_'".'....."._............,._...._............,,..,.._...'m'..,........,..,................, .. .., ., .. ,aarww+r
that it )is better than the soldiers sir, ana Mrs. F, G. Hemming- is stationed at Camp Blanding. ,
FOJt t THE SERVICE MEN OF CAMP BLANDING are treated in Starke-but it's way recently received a letter Vlckey, now 18, married her I

WE OFFER FAIREST PRICES AND true. The girls are very friendly, from their eon. Frank, written 21-year-old husband, whom she ; I

FRIENDLY SERVICE also, but I still like my Florida Nov. 5, in which ,he stated that "knew in kindergarten", in Bev- NOTICE

girls too much the best. he was well and getting along erly Hills on Oct. 13. Five days

P. S. STORES Inc. "I really enjoy the small partI fine in every way. Although he later he was transferred! to Blan-
am doing to help win this war la on the Aircraft Carrier Enterprise ding and she soon followed.

TWO STORES TO SERVE YOU -at present doing clerical work ( in the Southwest Pacific, After reaching the age of 10 KEYSOLD

In the Unit Personnel Office. I he doesn't seem to be very' wor- Vicky retired from pictures because
Blanding Center Bus to fall until after the his
Station never have out ried over Jape Reading her parents wanted her "to

t, ,And 115 W. Call St., Starke, Fla. grow up like other children and DISCARDED & .UNUSED. FLAT ke>'s are marl
'' .. -
lead a normal life The money
( Callstreet she earned from the studio was of good metal.

Carolyn :i held in escrow untlly she marriedor i :' .':-r, .
became of such metal is"'vital in the manufacture of implements
'WHY, GO FISHING ? the first Installment arrived-a i Ally .
check for $30-the forerunner of I
GO TO NEWSOME'S MARKET"Fresh Where was MOM when the Have You Noticed t, Martha many more to come. d: of war.

lights went out r Why out at Mathews back, in town from the Vicky Is well acquainted with
n BH3 Homecoming o f course, Narth Cant get her to say Shirley Temple, Jane Withers and ,
Water and Salt Water Fish. Shrimp etc. along with the rest of us whether she's here,to stay or not many of the other Hollywood Let's help ourselves by helping our_ Government sin|

Live and Dressed Poultry Fruits" and VegetablesNEWSOME'S 'Twas certainly the irony of fate 'Jewell Presnell's striking starlets. She has hopes that .

! or eurapln Old and new plaid coat How luffly Jere Jane on her way to Miami for the ,war.PLEASE.
,; ..." buildings in their best bib and McCord look with her I dark the Christmas holidays, will atop F

tucker, all scrubbed behind the tresses feather-edged How off here for a brief visit. !
MARKET ears-ready for inspection by much Mr. Julius Thorn reminds The McCulstlons have an apart- bring and deposit in' our KEY BOX

loyal alumni Seniors recelvin people of Grace Williams ., ment at the home of Mr. and in home
of ]
lobby the bank all unused flat keys jour
, Next, Door To New Method Cleaners On Temple Ave. the distinguished guests an' determined The refreshin' beauty of Mary Mrs. W. H. Nollman.

...... ow .... _' ----.-,., ,.. ...... .---o to act dignified for one Ann (:Mrs. Foster Sbl) Smith and place of business.
evenln' or strip their gears tryin'Everything Lois (lovely-whitehalred) Cottrell GRAHAM '
groin' along beau- employed these days at the Fla. '
t tifully when-pht! The lights Power & Light office The Ity Mrs. L. C. Smith Any 'revenue derived from the keys will be donated\ |

went out Seems that bulbs mammoth ($14)) pandas in Gem Mrs. Josle Williams Hall was I "

glowln' in so many buildings all Jewelry's window U, ". (Jus' the carried to the Hospital in Gainesvllle -* local Red Cross.

at one time were jus' too muchof thing to keep Aunt Carolyn from recently and because of '.f

a load for the poor ole fuses, gettln lonely theM< long wlnteitvenings the: seriousness of her condition, fI ,

so out they blewzes leavln' Shir. ) v ; (Little) Henry. the following children were called I i ... r rI

FLA ley Colley an' some of our'other Managua' home foia few days i In I to her bedside: J;,; W. Robinson I '

sweet ;young things quaking in nifty military prep school Uniform of Sampson, Link Williams'' of I'i

the corridors of Unit B (middle Gay Gray an' Edna LoveUof Plant City Joe.S. Williams from I !

bldg, to us outald e r s ) tic latin' in Leila's Myrtle I the U. S. Army Mr. and Mrs.'' i FLORIDA BANK AT STARKE

9 Spookiness of the occasion reminded Anderson workln at the USO, an'' Fred W. Ellis of Gainesville and '

Sun. Mon. Tues.-Nov. ,29 30 Dec. 1I't me of the days when upperclassmen Alice Anderson ditto at the P,, Mr. and Mrs T. C. Thomas of : II
used to vouch that if O. .
Palatka. The last word received I : BUY MORE WAR BONDSiwif -
you went upstairs, leavln'! : the 0......:>> here from Mrs. Mall indicatedthat .

would auditorium always doors slam open shut, they. ,.TbankloKh'l ..VinPI''Charlie her condition was improving ;''11""" ,,*;,*..ar":.tmmi; !, t',itfi.'iiimiiM.imHimimminmimiinuwiimmromti' ,"waiwmuMiininnniuiiiininonniNu:!: / ',' '",''''''*: x-mro" 'It'
Lou Vining an' Lis Joiner off to Howard Brown and Buford McKinney -
w --
Somehow I never got up courage 0- --- ---
attend a fambly jrAinlon!' up In two young men who,were t
enough to try It out! t
born and In
Gawgia .. Nat an Gus Stern- reared Sampson", left
berg dashln' up to Albany to last week to be Inducted into
Homooomln Damn just' the sort
spend the day with Lt. Sam an' the Army.
of fracas: alumni like to see YOU HAVE
l ? The farmers here
wife .' Myrtice Carpenter rid- are killing
34-O In favor of the Tornadoes!
In* part of the way, with 'em for hogs to supply their meat for an-
Sponsors Gloria Buford Nina a visit with Georgia homefolka other year, but have grown only

Bishop Carolyn Green an' Sara rene! Dew' an' Margaret cane enough to plant for next ONLY.21
Barefoot looked lovelier ,
TSf never as Beam off, for anfflday) frolic in season, ae sugar rationing Is on. .
they walked to their seats of honor -
Tampa Looks now as If I'll Miss Margaret Hoxsey. the
proudly escorted by Joe Andrews be about the only person left In county nurse, has been busy out a SHOPPINGDAYS : ((1
Billy Pat James
ray this well-nigh deserted villageL. here this week as the doctors
Brooks an* George Kenls ; are too rushed to make many
With four cheerleaders out of the calls

line-up, Freddie Wimberly an' Mrs. Charlie McKInney was LEFT!
Bobby Turner hastily recruited A. RennoldK rode out to
visiting her daughter Mrs. Jim
Wanda Pearce an' Betty Turner, Camp Blanding Tuesday with a Thomas, at Johnstown. -
who did a bang-up job plnch- Major When .they got to the

hlttln' for the regulars Busiest main gate, the :Major drove right WHY YOUR XMAS
r person (except the players) on into the Camp .,.. Later when SAMPSON CITYBy '
( was that two-job gal, Va. Bewell. they started out ,at the South Mrs 8. E. Jones GIFTS NOW

who doubles at leadln' the band! gate, the M. P.'. wouldn't let Mr. Mr. and Mrs. V.

un*, wrltln' sports news for the Rennolda out without a p.,... So son, Charlie, of Tampa Reynolds are and Just Received-A Beautiful Assortmentof
BUS Journal With a batonIn they finally drove back to the spen-
ding a few days with Mr. ,and
one hand and a pencil In the main gate, and it took a lot of Mrs,Roy Reynolds ,Richard Hudnut Compacts
4 other she held down both persuasion to get him out "
jobs Cases
Mr. and Mrs ,In Gold-Plated
Carl Jones
With a Bomb-Load/ 1 of I equally well .' Glimpsed Jew "Looked, for a while like I'd Eva Strickland and Mrs. Cora

Di ett Fogg (now a Cpl.) .among joined the Army .right quick' Lee Willis $7.50

1 Thrills In the First Big Story of the the enthusiastic-spectator Mr. Rennolds'said......:- Sunday.were visiting" In Melrose $3.75 .$5.00-- .

R. M. Johnson is on the sick Shaving
Dance followla' the game was'alto 'Srt..boy for DoxMa an' Artford list'and we all wish him a Now Showing-A new 'tine of
Gallant Gobs Who Guard the speedyrecovery.
I / Convoys I 1 the good with suck 'lumnl luminaries -
;; 1 Brown : 'Congrata! .....t Hear Made By
Needs For Men.
as Don McRae .*" Mrs. Red:Buford trejtked to Gulf Ham Mr., and Mrs. O. C. Stricklandof

Glen an' Martha Wood. AI an' mock'laS' "&ek-eno.with', .turkeyan' Nichols were recent guests of The House For Men Inc.

Elvalee Manasna, Olen an* Scoot i deer on his mind, but 'returnee Mr. and Mr*. Elijah Strickland.: Packages
Duke. S. G. (In-the-Army-now) See These New and Attractive
Also to Starke with nothing but squirrels Mrs. H. B. Altman of Nichols
Denmark an' Joe (ditto) Edwards to show for his trouble was the guest Tuesday of hec DESIGNS=

among those present Touchof Red say. with Bradford County mothe -In-laW', Mrs. A. E. Ward. RELIGIOUS XMAS CARDS IN NEW

Ray McKinney and HU Orchestra romance added by Chas literally screwey with squirrels, Pvt. Clyde W. Strickland Is NOW ON SALE

(whirling dervish) Fender Intro he should go all the way to .(gulf serving In the Army now.

ducln his fiancee, petite Jean Hammock to kill a.few! But Mrs. Fred Johnson of .
"MEN OF THE FLEET"And Allen to all the localltes .. Waldo
why worry over squirrels when was a recent guest of Mr: and Koch ) Store
t Altogether, a very satisfactory there' turkey on the table Mrs. R. M. Johnson.Mr Drug

Latest War News even In' and another successful: So long See you when I get and Mrs. Henry Rogers
i ) Homecoraln la the annals oBHS through with that drum stick and daughter left Starke Florida
Friday for
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If, ,sonM: ..3t n. 1948 BRADFORD OUt."NTY. T1'sLEGRAFH. 8T.\RKR.' FLORIDA P.\Gr.1 F7Vie.

.- BITS of LOCAL NEWS I O. C Rarksdalft spending the r Cooperative Groups Government Needs celpt for the machine. A .treasury -

week with bta father J, M.Barksdal check will be mailed direct.
\!' at Dunnellon., I May Help Solve Used TypewritersIn That's all there Is to it

spice Mallory spent the Miss Yudora Haley spent the Mrs. L. D. Green will leave this Mr and '},Irs. T. N. Ballard i Machinery Problem response to an urgent need to The sell public spare IK typewriters being requested now.

in Jacksonville with rel- week-end Palatka. with her mother in week-end for Punta Cords where spent Thauk&glvlngrvtlth Mr. and With American farmers being for; typewriters on the part of December 31 is the deadline for
Mrs John Barnes tn Gainesville I the U. S. Armed forces, a can- drive with of
she will visit her husband who Is called on to produce more and the present a goal
vass is being made by the Bradford
Tillman Hutto has been Inducted employed there more with less and less, the need 17 for this county.
spent theN Mr. and Mrs. O. B. County Salvage Committeeto
,Ulna]! banter Ga., with into the U. S. Army and Is at their Stanley hud for cooperation and sharing the locate MS many machines alO! Those having typewriters that
Valdosta. Camp Blanding. Minn LeEtta Corp e n I n g of as guest Saturday through use! of certain kinds of farm possible to help reach tho goalof can be spared should notify L. T.
Mrs mother
Tuesday Williams' ,
Tallahassee machinery due to result In the P. O. Box 267 Sturke, Fla.
was a recent guest of brother and nephew--Mrs. J, P. 460,000 sought nationally. Dyer ,
M. Barefoot MM. J. D. Cottrell spent the her uncle and aunt Williams organisation of many farmer cooperatives no longer being stating name of owner,. location,
)[Irs, p Mr. and Mrs.Chailey Lorenso Williams and in Bradford Typewriters are
IIId week-end with relatives County
daughters, and manufactured. Uncle Sam needs and kind of machine.
and Williams all
philips E. Johns. Ronald -- of Plant
D, friends in Leesburg. in the opinion of William V.
Margaret Ann, spent City. > them and Is willing to pay an
and I Chester, rural rehabilitation supervisor -
y In Jacksonville. I Mr, and Mrs. W. N. Carnation Mr. and Mrs K: L. Flowers of the Farm Security Ad amount slightly above the usual YOU CAN GET
I spent Thanksgiving with 1 Mr. Mm J. W. Klncald returned ministration.In tru .r. 'IIF.DV"III spent Tuesday visiting in Orlando Flowers' home from to older than 1935 models The
mother Mrs. D. M. Tuesday a trip REUEF
8:30 P, M. with Mr. and Mrs REAL
: Sam Teele. wartime farm production, it's
U'vlll only. Pridgeon, in Perry. Rochester, Minn.,.where she,went plan 'In 'a simple one. Individuals,
bII 10:10 P. ooala for observation In the Mayo as unpatriotic to have idle machines firms Institutions' able to'sparea &109H ACID
Not t>r Bobby Cottrell 0 f Leesbure as It Is to have Idle men,
1t either because of
CRYSTAL Cltnlc.i. Before machine cur-
t ..... CLKAK craning returning home
JI, "'.Nt. pent. several days here last week and Bradford County farmers are" INDIGESTION ,
t (. tried tailment of their own business or
y,' Ore A.o and trim tailoring; at'the she also visited .friends In Kentucky. -
1:20: A.M., visiting his parents .Mr. and Mrt Starke-BlandlnK: Tailors. .. i expected to do something aboutIt by, making two machines do the ,
M. opposite
III. For 8:30: St.P.A''ltu. Inc J. ,D. Cottrell.. Park Theatre.Mr. Mr. Cheater believe work of. three, ,by .n,w'' arrangement

!a" 7:30: A. M. Sgt. Dameron Black. Jr., and The Farm Security Administration will so'notify the local Sal-
6 !IS P. M. Mr. and Mrs. George K.: Miller / I
For Fal tkJwl and Mrs. Nat Sternberg Mrs.! Black: are in Nashville Tenn. he' 'reports, U. anxious to vage Committee.1' Their names e 1
,IM y ..... and small son, Jack, returned pent the where he was transferred from .assist farmers In this county In will be submitted and through the
l"o: A. M. Tuesday from a visit with relatives Thanksgiving holiday Camp Blanding. Mrs. Black was organizing cooperatives. and will mall they will receive a treasury

KlH I T1Ijrs:10 A. M.,clal- in Tampa.Pfc. visiting their son. Lt. Sam Stern- iromerly Miss Kitty Housed! in many cases, finance the group procurement form. A lypewiltermanufacturer's 'II
| )10:40: A. M. berg, at Turner Field, Albany, daughter of Mrs,, W. B. parks 'purchase for group use of scarce representative. or Carpenter's Drug Store
| 5, 7:10: P. M. and Mrs. Z. W. McCall Ga. and Dr,. Parks, farm machinery and equipment.Such dealer will call for and issue re-
I will leave Starke Tuesday for
\cnl Ir M. groups are small and
t s. 1Tally. Special: I Camp Edwards. Mass.- Mrs. MeI Mrs. Frances Parker left Wed Mrs. L., D. Vlnlng and sinter, would consist In most instances, ADSLOST
Call.; daughter of Mr. and Mrs. CLASSIFIED I
I nesday for Pads Miss Elizabeth 'a rein
I city where she Joiner/ of neighbors,. forming a cooperative -
\V. E. Thornton, has resigned her ,will spend the Thanksgiving holidays Griffin Ga.:. attending a Thanks arrangement between each

position at Camp Blanding. and" with her daughter, Mr. W. giving family reunion. The lust other, the supervisor explained.The '
Ford -If the who took
F- they will make their homo in FOR 'SALM- 1942 pick-up, party a
of the week Mrs. Vining will go arrangements are simple he
Massachusetts. excellent condition, 9 good tires leather coat from the Guidon
to Atlanta to visit 'her I said and
parentsand participation agreement
Grill last week return
-J, M. 1 Edwards. Phone 01.) tf will it.
Mrs. A. V. Long and Mrs. S. T. Miss Joiner will return to forms. may be obtained, with com- he will be given $7, and no
Dell of Gainesville were here last Starke. Information at the Farm
plete .
WANTED Waitress, $10 per questions asked. Guidon
( I week vWtlng Mrs. S. E. Brown- Security office by anyone Inter week Guidon Clilll. It Grill.It
lee and Mr. and Mrs. J. :M. Mm. James Blackshear, formerly ested. The agreement may constitute

Hrownlee. Mlas'Beverly Cady has returned the basis of understanding EGGS AND HENS for sale daily. FOR RENT-Small 4-room house.

SHOE here from Hattlesburg between all participants, covering -K. K.: WaiMlln, State Road 13. Lights.. Apply Cecil Whitehead -
Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Wainwright Miss., where her. husband was rental andlor service( charges, 3 ml. north of Waldo. 11-6 41'p Lawttty. Itp
and children of Talla- stationed for some'! months, bu kind of records to be kept,
hassee.are spending Thanksgivingwith be has now been sent to do foreign schedule of uses and so forth. FOUND n_ Black norm mule, POSITION WANTKD-: -ExperlenCed .
Mt' and Mrs. N. D. Wainwright service In the army. At Mr. Chester recalled a recent weighs about 900 Iba. Owner stenographer Address Vivienne -
Sr. Mrw. Blackxhear Is have and Carton. Box 431, Starke. j
present stay address by Secretary of Agriculture may by Identifying
ing with Mrs. W. E. Torode and Wlckaid tn which he urged paying for this ad -Albert lip

ol&te to Buy Mrs. Tolbert Black and eon has accepted a position at Camp farmers. to "Unite for Victory.1 Moody, New River ItpWANTKD I
Jimmy of Tallahassee! arrived Blanding. The Secretary said, "American SITUATION WANTED -- female.
; r y Wednesday for a visit with Mrs. farmers are working the longest ..Room, private bath, Experienced booknevper with I

enceBug1aiyJugurauce. Black's parents Mr, and Mrs. T. Mrs. J. T.: Guy'pent- a;delightful !hours of any group In the coun- innerspring" mattress, circulating 30 hours spare time. Write Box
rC Kendrick. Thanksgiving> beacon: return try and this year's production of heated, all-year, by single 431-B, Starke. lip
Ing'from an exte ded'vlllit with crops and livestock shows where employed woman Garage' desired. -
WHILE YOU WAIT t Comer Long- son of Mrs. F. H. throe of her sorts'> and arriving farmers stand. Despite limitations .--Write Box 431S. Itp IF YOU WOULD BUY OR SELLmilk

no\vj! Long, was here lost week to visit home in time to" spend Thanks- ''of labor1- and machinery FOR SALK OR RJ< NT- -20-acro cows. stock cows; beef

All Work Guaranteed his mother. He has joined the giving day with her son and farmers are smashing" all re- farm, 2 good water pumps, 1 cattle, stock bulls or hogs, get
Only Highest Quality Army and will report at Camp 'daughter-in-law: Mr.. and Mrs. cOI'ds-.not. only for total produc- ,open well. Fruit and pecan In touch with J. D. Odom, Jr,
ley E. Johns l..eather'UsedBROWNSTEEN'S Blanding Friday. Fred Guy' Her 'daughter, Mlas tion, but In the particular products trees, 0-room IIOUHO. 1 ml. west Box 247 Starke; Box 204 Lake

Agency I Miriam Guy, Home Demonstration that are needed most for of Crystal Lake Air Bane on City: Telephone 481 Lake City.
M ."and Mrs.. E. 3. Matthewsa Agent for the F. S. A. In winning the war" Road 28, 1.2 ml. north of Auction market every Thursday -
I JTARKE, FLORIDA spending the Thanksgiving 'Marlon County, also spent the Mr. Chester said Farm Security TherpKaa .1'. O. Priced for quick on all classes of live stockat
I in Rant Call Street holidays in Orlando with their day with Mr and Mrs. Guy. On has made a good many loans In sale at 2000. If Interested Lake City at 2:30: P. M. :

e IS SHOE REPAIR son-in-law and daughter Dr. andMrs. her trip Mrs. Guy visited John at this area In former yearn to help see or write owner. -Mrs.Rosa FURNISHED A P.A U T M ENTS,

a.p. ..nnneiRAVELERS MITOK From Fo tofflce H. B. McLendon. Dartmouth College Hanover, N. farmers buy machinery on a co- Constantine Theressa, Fla. ItpWANTKD Waldo, 14 ml.'south of Starkc.X .
I Hartford H., who Is a Lt.Jr. grade In the operative basis, "but now with the and 2 rooms. Electricity: hot
Mrs. A. Z. Adkins.. Mrs. EthelM. Navy; Emory wriA Is In Phila- shortage of machinery, we'ie a lot -room. Gentlemanwants water, Inner spring mattresses !
Blgga and Dotty Sue Biggs delphia Pa; and Henry who is more anxious to help farmers private room with i'expectable Frlgldalrea. $25 per couple, per' "'
were Thanksgiving Day guevts of a student for the ministry at with this particular phase of our family. Call Mr. Heri month. No children or pets. ..
Mrs. Biggs' mother, Mrs.!' O. J. Emory University-.Atlanta, Ga.,, program.,than ever before." 'ill, 184W. Mrs. Maude Wesley. tf ,
FAST!' COMFORTABLE! Griffin in St. Augustine. Farmers Interested in the complete -
LOST- Lai me dark red steer,
New details about cooperativepurchases ANTED TO BUYP'rylng or
Mrs, 'P. M. Barefoot, Mrs. Bernice and usof' machineryand marked upper slope under bit roasting chickens and turkeys, I

AND ECONOMICAL! Opperman., Miss Sara Barefoot Denmark'sAfter equipment aie urged to contact one In other.ear, under Branded slope J.upper,A, Reward bit-I live or dressed nay number. AI"so -

and Miss Elise Green spent .Mr. Chester at. his office .In! mlik-fed veal; ""'e pay market -
L."L. Ren-
the'' : St.' b..lngwith Denmark'sfor I I for return to L,
week-end Petersburgwith Starke. prices Guidon Grill. It
RIDE THE BUSSES relatives and friends.. more than 16 years, four I I r froe Ht. 2. Starke Itp

years in the Daytona Beach store Recent Births WANTKD: IMMEDIATELY: : .
Courteous Correct Information Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Canova and! '
and 12 years as a'salesman with Small house or apartment suitable
two daughters, Mary Ann and; I I Mr. and Mrs. I Edwin Pi'tee for two couples. Cull Lt Help Wanted
the Starke store :T.; C. Chastainha
Given You At Carolyn, of Gainesville were : Gret-n. Starke, Nov. 10, 111'1.I L. Leverlilge, Camp Blanding

guests Sunday of Mr. Canova's. been .made manager of the I i I :Mr. and Mrs. James Purdum (166( or Lt. II. Hauptman, Camp MALI' Oil KKMXLK! :
UNION BUS 'STATION mother, Mrs. J<:. J<:. Canova. local Denmark Furniture Com- Jordan Slaike. Nov. 19, boy. Blanding 644. lip u

pany's more, effective last Mon- -- Experienced: NnlmAlno Lacll.. f i
Mrs. F. H. Long had as Thanks- of I QUICK RELIEF FRONTSymptoms FOUND- Hampshire hog, about ', -
day. He Is taking the place I
; '
giving Day dinner guests Dr, and 6 years old, marked "crop split : \
Mrs. B. S. Carroll and two chll-: S., G.. Denmark, who has boen I i. of Distress Arising from upper bit" In one ear and "crop

NATSEZ: dren.and Billy Long, of Jackson manager for the last three years,j: STOMACH ULCERSDUE half ciop" In the other W, H.

ville, Comer and Richard Long. I and resigned to enter' military' EXCESS ACIDFreeBookTellsofHemeTreatineiittlut halt ThereHsa. 11-27--2tp Illicit H<'hold Hoy Or GliUAfter '
Well, girls, here's jour chance to

do your bit! Silk and Nylon are ':Mrs. B. Jacobs and her sister, : service. LOSTStrayed away from" my Nrlwiol And ii'eek-Elal.: .
Mr. Chastain lives in Must Help or It Will Cost You Nothing farm near Hellbronn Springslast
fit critically Deeded for the production Mrs. Jane Rosner spent Thanks- I ton has sf'rved'two Hamp-I I Orcr two million bolt lr.of thoWILLA Rll Friday, two mules. One I ;
Mrs. ,
and other giving in Jacksonville with TRgA'rMKNThave bi>.ll...Id for rullof i>f \'WTOUlUILlT.Un'
of powder begs Jacob's son-in-law and daughter, County Commissioner' from District symptomsofdlelro artalnti frtmt.tmaclinuil bay horse mule about 000 ibs.

0 war material Dig up all your Mr., and Mrs. Clarence NUBsbaum. No. 4, having! been electedby .DtiMlmal Dlgntltfn I Ulevra, Sour due nr Ur to:::.ftnnacrt.. c dPM ; and one black mare mule about KUPI'LV

old tattered and torn hone, wtutJiem a large majority., In the recent QMSllWH, H....*._...ClMplMMM*....., 700 IbM. Anybody who 'knows
duo to are..AaMr hold on 1 a .' trlttlt, the whereabouts of these" mules. Hturkr, Floridato {
>Overstreet he elected.witb-
Stern- election
and bring to Mr was
out good, and Mrs. T. W. < Auk., for "Millar* .. ." which fully ti
berg's Store. returned Friday from Houston ., out opposition to" serve another explain thin treatmenlrer.-a.' will please notify N. D. Wainwright i
three 2-year term. KOCH: imiJrt STORK Staike, Fla. Itp
No matter U they're fall otThey'll Texas where they spent % --.
runs weeks, visiting their son and
daughter-in-law Mr. and Mrs. W. .
help to lick those nasty '
A. :(Enoch) Keene and children.
lionel! ;

Mrs; George B. Flynn and 1

brother. Paul E. Canova went to

a) nZeET Columbus Ga., the first of the
week because of the serious illness -

of their sister, M,*. R. G.

READY! ? Kldd. .. dy i Ne Wes ,

Mrs. E. M. Thomas was In Reeds S tea l ,

Crescent City last week visiting titter
e her. son and daughter-in-law Mr A Sb-'" us Job I ;

and Mrs. Joseph Thomas. While t
away Palatka.she also visited relatives. Jn stay on .to p 0 ) '

Circuit Court Clerk A. J.
That's John job-shipfitting.
Thomas returned to his work

MND THE OCCASION WILL BE MERRIER Monday morning after an ab- has to see that every piece of stael is properly

IF YOU'RE WEARING sence of two or three days the cut' and fitted into the boat he's helping the evening
latter part of last week becauseof
Illness. to build. It's a mighty important job-one paper. It soothes and .

'that requires sound, healthy nerves. That's relaxes his nerves and makes him relish

HVw irfte.rithc.-made ft ding Thanksgiving anniversary day for was the a G.wed-B. :;,:.:-iw; why John likes to relax with JAX when lit* upper as a healthy man should. And

"* .Iit, materials their downright for bard com lootur.nd Stanleys. and they had as and guestsat Mrs. 'I ,r; : his day's work is done. He has learned that another glass of mellow.JAX just before

trfeetton 5-o'clock dinner Lt. him in good shape, helps to bed enables him to get a better
fortable.See oar Mr. and Mrs. ''' !' Jax helps stay going
Travis Cramb and ; '
r :
of the newest pattern .I". John Young; I, '. ''i;;, +..' him to give his best on the job everyday.'t night's} .

wanted leather home in the late his method and ,
Mrs. Joe E. Wilson .; When John gets way to relax. Why not try "

\i went Mr.to!and Jacksonville Wednesdayto :..... afternoon he pours himself a refreshingglass see for yourself what a grand idea it is? r"h,4t,

services of Mr. '
attend golden Jax and enjoys i .
Y.." Sins Wilson's. nephew. John P. Wilson, A'
tnd Width J son of Mr. Wilson's brother, it-while looking over pk r

intbtPatter Harry M.. Wilson.Dr. 1- Bottle!
I 5 Wont* and Mrs. W. E. Mlddleton, 1 JU MIO Full Quart
1L Miss Madge Mlddleton Mrs. E. 'Ask''(( r JA1 buY JAX

L., Matthews and little daughter, : '
"i-VJSsfssasS ortg ,
tat Mary Agnes were ThanksgivingDay ,.. ,. -1
guest of Mr. and Mrs. Earl S it, because helps prevent ......ur the I+eer g
pa.N.aa,' 1 I*. Middleton in Jacksonville.Mr {uther.A opm a J Ju tly, nd put tt in ? j

't'' '' JpLuC the cap 70u'rc ready ,
,, until
and Mrs. F. F. Flume and : Uy'
: ,.' u seater to kesP.. i 1IlIIA I IJ ,
Mr.' and Mrs. O. B. Colson visited >i.... ; ng of)l'J"t,1f..1 "
\J 'youe' 1.1P
3.95 to $5Sternberg's
Pvt. and Mrs. Resale Colson \\- fOC' y1r pcxt 1

In Valdosta Ga.. last Sunday.Pvt. .(..JIi'rr..,., '1#'' .,.., ,, ,.. ,, .. .
Colson was Inducted Into : -. -. -.t ,. '
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the, Army October 28, and was ;! .'e7 ti'I: '" .h .
transferred to Moody Field at fijlxf.H.J.8"c..Mr.l.'iJai; I : ;;; *!lViII.f Fllirida'. ;Jtt : .a, ., f ,__;!, ._ ,... :...i.'..; ,___' ___........ r f't-..'>.
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I 4{ Oct. 2 Green Cove 0 Starke r _'_ 0 :, z: GAME SEASON PLAYED, ALL AT YOU BRADFORD'I'ARKTHIS HAVE TO DO

Oct. 9 Lake City 24. Starke -' - - 0 IS TO PURCHASE A BOND DURING THE

Oct. 16 G'ville 13 Starke - 0 WEEK OF THE GAME AND PRESENT
Oct.23 - AI achua 0 Starke - - '- 34 YOU WILL BE ADMITTED TO THE

F#' 20 Starke 'I.. 20 + r' rA GAME ABSOLUTELY FREE OF CHARGE.
Oct.30 Hastings -," r r -

.,t/ Nov.6 St. PaulO Starke - 41 v r L. SUPPORT YOUR COUNTRY AND YOUR

Nov 20 - Jasper 0 Starke - - 34 J'

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i'I' Jerry'sFoot Schlitz &Old Milwaukee Beer Kidd's Sinclair Service

/ Long Hot DogsSistnmk' Park Theatre Bradford Engineering Co.

,,.:'i\: J. M. Edwards
Feed&Seed Store \ \ -
s ,,."" :', Canova Pharmacy .
., :', f" Starke Ice Company
City Barber Shop ; ;:
___ : Harold C. Wall AgencyAll'Forma
i ** _* ** a.q. Blanding Center Bowling Alley
: of"InsuranceLady J i
The Guidon Grill "i ':r :. Organize A Bowling LeagueCARPENTER'S
Fair Beauty Salon j.,' ;". ,: -.,',;
Starke Beauty Shoppe ;
II LN Denmark Furniture Co. ''::1; /,' The Rexall Store
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Torode Chevrolet Co. .:;, '1f 1j.f,:\ t"",
: .f ,i. Florida &Ritz Theatres
,Florida Bank(At Starke ".':,.'
;I Leila's Dress Shop & Beauty Salon i Member F. D. I. C. "t t. ,t Electric: Shoe Shop

'" :- Across From Park Theatre
.. Eastern Auto Supply
Tic Toe TapPeterson ,
r Barksdale's Store
'K. (G" Duncan
's Dairy. < .il':.: .. Standard Oil Products '.:' Union Bus StationFor
ti';';: Information Phone 147
H.E. Tucker : i.iift. i S.R.Johns&SonJ
Sinclair Products'''''..,..'."' '. ; 4 1 : Mickey's CafeteriaKoch's
;::'v'i:: : P. Roberts Motors .

Andrews Motor Company ,,';..a'' ,V. ., ,, Drug Store
Sam Rosenberg & Son
Paramount GrillStarkeBlanding % ,' ii u AlvarezEstablished
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$ <
,: Hartman, '_.. ",,;'./;.".. 1894
Tailors ,
4 Ed. Prince' Mathews Model Dairy Bradford Hardware CompanyPAGE

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When an American citizen buys War '

Bonds or Stamps he is providing insurance
Keep the boys fighting
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for himself and his ..familyfor ?-/4 .,.Y .. Buy some Bonds today.

the, American way of life and the '' 't Shop In Starke That's the best investment

future preservation of Democracy. $ 'k ;,N. With
> "'.",'.".\ And the best returns I'd say.
Freedom of Speech Freedom of Religion : Patronize i' oj
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Freedom from want and fear- :"'tP" 1
The Advertisers Investing in War Bonds
this is{ the American way of life; fought : .. the best
thing a good American
for, died for and won by forefathersyour's -- On can do during
ti such perilous times,
for it will help our
and mine. '
/ ;, .his Page boys win this terrible war.

No sacrifice is too great for its preser -
: We ajl want the war to end, but if
vation. The least we can do is to forego .....
l": do not do our part by sharing all 'we
all luxuries during these times and '1-""
can, it will last Indefinitely. Buying
spend the money thus saved to buy t -;
Bonds: helps protect all Americans and
more War Bonds.
our fighting forces against the enemy.

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Hardware CompanyGive Denmark Furniture
Company )
A. M.
A Practical Gift This Year And Let Us Help You Darby's
It's A'Fact-You Can Still Do Better; And Buy It For ...

.Make Your Selection a -. r i"1, ., ..
"AtDenmark """"
For Accommodating ServIce-Phone 77 .
J. B.,Carlisle,;Owner ). ..

Hart Furniture CompanyBuy Sam Rosenberg & SonPawn Vaughan's Castle LunchGood

Your Household Furnishings Now, While Our Stocks Food
Shop -!Money Loaned Good Used Furniture j
Are Still Fairly Complete Soldiers & Civilians Always Welcome


Koch DrugStore : H.C: W' b"Agency Andrews Motor CompanyIt's

We Are Still Showing Some Hard-To-Get! Gift Items, \ Your Last Car For The Duration _
Have You Bought Your War Damage Insurance Yet? t
But They Won't Last Long Better Buy Now
Let Us Help You Keep It Rolling

Starke Beauty ShopYou S. R. Johns & Son Sullivan & Gaines Gulf Service

Will)) Want To Look Your Best During The Holidays Service Accommodating -
Groceries Meats Feed Fertilizer
Let Us Show You HowGuy's -
Good Gulf Gasoline and Oils

', '

I .

c MarketFight XMrAIvarez
Maude's Lunch ,Room

The High Cost Of Living By Buying YourGroceries
m The Dependable Store Established 1891 Nuff Said
From Us


Florida Bank At' Starke Eastern Auto SupplyAuto Green's Grocery &' MarketThe

Member F. D. I. C.

Most of the Best For Less
Turn In Your Old No-Good Flat Keys
Accessories Household Appliances
Phone 86
And Buy More War, Bonds .; 'jI <


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Old Milwaukee Beer Park Theatre q ..1 Electric Shoe ShopNeat H. E. TuckerAgent

Distributed In Starke By Enjoy A Good Show Tonight In A Work-Reasonable Prices

Fitch-Wilkinson, Inc Luxurious. Comfortable Atmosphere We Want Your Business Sinclair Refining Company


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Step up! Paste these fellows right in the "pan" wfthWar::. Saving Stan\pa.! :' Hang one on Hitler hang'; -. .
f'. another on Hirohito muss up Mussolini. "**%>* ,. l*.*,*p 31'w>sisr .. ,,''A. "SA. ;.l"1'I";'( \
When all filled, bank; off ice'will exchange "'""' '{: '",
squares are your or post a $25.00 War Bond for this page. .
.;? :, Hundreds of the of "with" their lives. ,
r men are paying cost victory The least we stay-at-homers can do is Pay*';* ;
.. '0 ,.. with every cent we can scrape together. f .::,_:::
: Don't be too, late with too little.
", .'a : Stamp out the Axis with War Stamps! """".;",* I II
, ; Start NOW!
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The Individuals and Business Firms listed below have Patriotically Sponsored and Paid for this Page

Stephen E. Sparks H. C. Wall Agency Insurance Ben Suslow's Army Store ,Columbia Militarv Distribute]

: Starke Coca-Cola Bottling Co. Barney's -,Poo Cora & Hot.Dogs Electric Shoe Shoo Main Militarv Distributors
Center's Drug Store Van H. Priest Sc To $1 Store AnJwsFotorCom tr v Victory Military Supply

Florida Bank At Starke
Member F. D..t I. C. The Wonder Gift Shoo New Method Cleaners. Alexander & Company

.: Jerrv's ; 'i;x Denmark Furniture Co. Bradford Grocery Hollywood Camera & Gift Sho
Foot Long Hot"{Dogs 0 : Jacobs' Store
Hi Hat TavernDrucker's
Koch's Drag Store't'' ', Victory Inn Shafkins Jewelry & Army Sto

:. "K : P. S. Stores, Inc. ..:::\ a .. Your Portrait Studio {, Harold C.. Wall Agency

Starke-Blandjng Tailors Guy's s.lrL .Victory Bar-B-Q All Forms of InsuranceKidd's

Ed.Sinclair Prince Service Sullivan Gaines Gulf Service Newsome's Market Torode Chevrolet! Co.Maude's .

L Lunch Room Grace's Place James "Candv" Dennis Paramount Grill

Frank's Fine Foods Union Bus Depot. Harvey's Cafe Vaughan's 'Castle Lunch

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