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: December 4, 1942
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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Trading and Home of the ,

tion Center for BRADFORD COUNTY

gyp BLANDING TELEGRAPH s: Side Strawberries of Heaven ',

Official County Publication Established In 1877 j j8R

MTAUKK.!: FLOKIOA. FKIOAV. J>)>E<"El\ItSi'n: 4. 1901

me Defense Scrap Total Fire Destroys Boom Town Buildings Pecans Bring Advertise Bids

Center For "? .-
itrol County

;%'. ? $4,280.84Last OnRevampedSewerage

s .

UeSetUpJldrrus o }1,219,590 Lbs.The '0 FridayA PlantThe

/ Brown Chairman ofan Bradford County Salvage l.aLSId .
total of 20,615 pounds of mucb-talked-of
pecans disposal
Defense Council for Committee reports that sewage -

cord County and A. J. available on the scrap metal figures drive Starke were Farmers'sold at Market auction last at Fri the plant for Starke I to about '

., Commander-In-Chief of indicate that more than 600 tons day. bringing a total of t4,2S0.84 to becomes realization. At least J(}
or'' to Bradford "sealed bids for furnishing and f.
latliens Defense Corps have 1,219,500 lbs collected to date County's pecan growers
meeting Tuesday night or an average of 20 cents Installing" It will be received by &
a according to L. T. Dyer, chairman. .
Y per pound. Accordig to the the Council at the City offices until fI..
j.Ream Application for a Pennant manager L. 'M. White, the Curtis 2 o'clock P. M!
!! "' E W T. on
; Award is being made to the State 1It'j *" ,. variety brought the top price
txh.on. Monday. Dec. 7. At this time all
Salvage Office, Mr. Dyer says. ;r'Fuel with 22 cents; Kennedy..* came
) B. C. Riley Head of the next with 21.2; seedlings sold bids will be opened and read
The scrap drive has not ended, Believed to have started from and is reported to have been un- entire fire.
of the UnlIT
lesion Department for 20 1.2; both Stuarts and Van aloud. All details nay be obtained -
of Florida, acting In his but Is continuous. Everyone having a itmall cook stove I n a tiny insured. Fixtures were the prop- The cablnu were occupied almost Demons brought 20 cents; Presidents by contractors at the office

tdtyof Coordinator of Traln- scrap metal or"rubber should tourist cabin, $40,000 fire swept erty of Willard Campbell. Stocks entirely by soldiers' wives 19 3-4; Frotchers 19 1.4; of the City Clerk,

[fIIr the State Defense Council. carry It to the nearest school or ;"Boom Town near Camp BI an- of some of .the merchants were and it U believed that the fact Mixed and Moneymakers brought Several Important changes have

I conduct the meeting. This salvage dealer ding Wednesday Nov. 25. leaving covered. that all of them used butane gas 19 cents, while Success brought been made In the original plan
In addition to the theatre and from of
a common
Control Center Dem- source supply
a 17
MI18 1.2
[ cents and about six months' time has
the American Theatre the American
restaurant M. P. sub- tatl made the work of
n. extinguishingthe
Ion and the public Is In-
There been lout because of critical
will be materials
Control Center is the Restaurant and other buildings a' bath"! hones $1 small cabins, a flames more difficult. even more pecans
The Chas. Mr. White priorities, etc And incidentally
Dinkins today said than there
In the of rubble shown trailer'and
a. two
of our Civilian Defense. mass garage, automobiles No one wan hurt although In
i last about $80,000 has been
were Friday and he believesthe
asked that the above. It la said that the the- were also destroyed accordIng the excitement someone ran otto
| li general
B will be saved by the change. Accordingto
better. Severalnew
atre valued at around to Mr. and Mrs. Ci. N. Burns
building leaving a small baby In one of
well all officers
: u a" aped will also be the City Clerk Carl Johns, the disposal -
the Defense Rites FridayCharles $3.000, was largely owned by and Mrs. J. D. Sanders who were the cabins The child was rescued on ,
by Council scene to take the growers' pro- plant called: for In the
Herschel Haynes of Gainesville, tenants there and witnessed the In time however.
Ipmtnt as the Interest shown ducts "We are going to have original plan "required so much,
Itltendance will no doubt have three employs out of the Jacksonville critical materials that withoutthe
future Influence on how Dinkins 72, for many : Vaughan Sells office so as to try to Indorsement of General Kun-

i ind how badly the people years Seaboard agent at Lawtey, CouponsAre Duke Explains give the farmers better service zlg", materials could not be secured '

| Storks and Bradford County died Tuesday 'morning at 3:15: o' : Castle LunchMrs. : In getting their chocks to thorn nor the plant built.

Civilian Defense I n this clock in St. Luke's Hospital Jack. O. a. Sault; of Neptune on time," he Bald. Originally a "complete treat

If. sonvUle. Mr. Dinkins was a'high ExplainedDempsey "* Control PhasesThe Mr. White urges that the nuts ment sewage disposal plant" was
Beach h
a bought Vaughan's
|Bill Is practically th'e only ly respected citizen''of' Lawteyand e be brought In on time-.before 1P. to have been built at a coat of

T In Florida that has not a few years ago retired as Castle Luaclt nest, the courthouse M. "There will be a man here 1135.000: to $140,000 Since certain -

shed its Civilian Defense pro- railroad agent at that place; he Sapp, Secretary for on Temple Ave., effective I last Area Rent Office of the I from Cairo Ga., to sell pea seed critical material could not

i was a member of the Methodist the Rationing Board has endeavored Saturday,. Mrs.' Sault and two Galnvsvllle-Starke Defense Rental and to buy pecans." he announced. be secured, Imhoff tanks will be

present at this meeting and church and a Mason. In the brief space belowto sons have living quarters in thenOI.th Area today Issued the following used "which do not -rive the
and and assist in clarify the present fuel oil ; Ride of the building. EarlIs statement: In an effort furtherto complete treatment but will bea
your Valuable Junk"I
:Born at Sandercon. Fla., on
I Inthe' 10th grade and Milton
laD Defense Program. rationing situation. clarify a particular phase of big Improvement over what we
Nov. 15, 1870, early In his life In the 7th In B. H. S. tier oldest" "
"All persona! holding class 1 the Maximum Rent RegulationsIt won't have n.e for It have, Mr., Johns said "and have
Mr. Dtnklns taught school for any
and class 2 fuel oil" coupon son, Albert 'Moore, I* 'In the is desired that certain facts be where I'm going" said the oldier been approved by the State Boardof
well Discusses five and was later county
sheets", he said yesterday "mayuse Army stationed,, at Camp Blan- called to the attention of the be took sledge hammer Health, The estimated cost. of
superintendent of public instruc as a
t: Work them by periods as follows: ding. landlords of the Gat n e s v Ills- and began smashing Into this plant will be approximately
tion. He had been with the railroad
Mr. and Mrs. Owen former
Period 1 runs from Oct. 1. 1942 Starke Defense .Rental Area that 155.000.
[ Rotary Club for 43 years, the last 37 of the engine of his swanky blue
owners, left Monday for their
to Dec. 5, 1942; period 2 from whereas !the Maximum Legal Rent 1MB Packard
which were spent with the Seaboard home In Neuse N. C.; where they for a house la set at certain coupe.
I Dec. 6. 1942. to Jan. 2, 1943; period a Picnic For SoldiersFifty
Wednesday was "Boy Scout '
Tble some, which' might
have other bWilnellll.Typewrii'er .
amount month
3 from Jan. 3. 1943 to Feb. 5. per unfurnished
"it the Rotary Club and M. The funeral was held Friday 1943; period 4. Feb. 8, 1943 to and whereas the premises are vacated have brought tear to the eyes members of the Gainesville -
[ Imwell, scout executive from morning at 10 o'clock at the family .f a lover of line motor are,
March: 6, 1943; period 5. March Needed and the landlord desire to Girls Service Club served
rtera In Jacksonville'wan residence and the officiatingministers' 7. 1943 to Sept.. 30, 1943. furnish the house and rent same wa eaaoted at Zeke Dryden's as hostesses to Camp Standing
t to give an "Inspiring talk \ were the Rev. ,.CX, N. ''"Class 1 coupons\ have a value The Government Is calling for for an amount- in excess .of the Juan yard' the other day when service men on a hike and weiner

!tln Boy Scout program and Mingledorff of Jacksonville; assisted of 10 gallon per unit and class Used typewriter ;.of.models ''later Maximum Legal Rent the land a bock private from South roast at Glen I Springs Sunday

i Increasing! importance, of by the Rev:-Herbert Hazzard. 2 coupons, a ,value of 100. gallon than 193S, The quota for Bradford lord must first petition the Area Carolina w .tatlodod" atCamp The service men were accompaniedby
>)irt lr plays In maintaining was: in' .Manntown county 'bssrlreen'aetat 17.. PUnJtng 'drove and Carroll' 8.
Interment j per unit at thl. time': This I Rent Office before an additionalrent up Chaplains' Boland
i American way of 'llf ., : Cemetery near Glen St. :Mary, amount ,1 Is subject to change at The Government\haj..authorized may be" charged.As annevneed that h* wa leaving J. and. Ralph Arnold of the 4thGeneral'Hospital1

ft.Bo well read a poem which I and arrangements were'In. charge any time. Classes 3, 4, 5 A 6 fuel certain agents to, pick these up ,an example 'of this -statement la two. hour to go oversea The event was
*tH out that the'world to"id of DeWitt C, Jones. I oil coupons have their value designated and payment will be'made directto .the following Is cited: A ad fight til enemy. He sponsored by.the USO-NCCST of

Into just two classes of I Surviving are his widow,. Mrs. on them and have to last owner when appraised by the landlord own a house and rent wanted his ear to do IU bit. Starke, Marlus Rlsley director;

#-thoHe who push and those Annie E. Dinkins; three sons: until Dec. 31. government. this house unfurnished for '40.00 aLaMr.

'lean. Unfortunately the lat- L. F. Dinkins of Starke, Paul "All persona" concluded Mr.: Those having such typewritersthat per month on January 1, 1941. Dryden states that the

wtnumber the former and it Dinkins of Lawtey Robert Dink Sapp, "who have bought keroseneand can be spared should list On October 1. 1942, this home ear wa easily worth S400 and Ambulance Call

lip to the Rotary Clubs and Ins of Jacksonville; four daughters fuel oil since Oct. 1, on the them with the Chairman of the becomes vacant and the landlord h* offered the soldier a good
*" such leading organizations : Mrs. E. 1. Galloway of promissory coupon note system Salvage Committee L. T. Dyer, completely furnishes the house price for It before the sledgehammer Last Monday Mrs Flora Nance

toe the Initiative and help Searcy Arkansas Mrs. H. L. should pay their dealers In coupons at the courthouse. and asks for a rental of $95.00 episode. was carried to the Riverside Hospital -

put of the Job. of those who Cotton of Jacksonville Mrs. E.. R. as soon as they receive their per month. The landlord may not "1 cant spend the money Jacksonville with appendIlia. !-

their feet, the speaker Hatcher of Tampa, and Mrs. C. coupon sheets." I Grade III Tires"All claim nor collect this excess where. Fm going and I want It Her husband is located at

B. Allen of Bushnell; two broth. amount of rent until he ha* petitioned used for junk" the private re. the Naval Air Station in Jack-

lit Boswell was Introduced by ers: J. J. Dinkins' and E. P. Smyth A Major ,dealers who wish to handle the office for an adjust pUed. sonVille.

master Chas. H. Allen who Dinkins of ;Jacksonville; one sla I grade III passenger ,c a r' tires ment. Any amount of rent collected The soldier .possessed a rationing -

1 presented the following ter Mrs. Eunice Vining of Tampa. Word has just been received I should fill In application to do so in excess of the $40.00 will card. It wa said Indicating I. Raising Cane

tiers of the local Scout Troop, Ten grandchildren and one here that Capt.> Eugene R. Smyth with the local Rationing Boardat have to be refunded to the tenant that h* wa* the real

made brief talks on various great grandchild also survive. stationed at Fort Jackson Columbia once' Dempsey Sapp secretary It is specifically requestedthat owner 01 the ear.Board.Thanks.

los of the work: George Pow- Pall bearers at the funeral Fri S. C., has just been pro- for the Board stated yester all landlords read carefully

Manlor Assistant Scoutmaster; day' were G. W. Roberts J. L. moted to the rank of major. day''These! application maybe this\ statement and before placing Helpers

IIlIty McRae Cub Den Harrell. J. S. Shuford, J. S., Eu. Major' Smyth's wife is the former seered at, .the Board office': in on 'tb.'market house where an

: Gerald Boelter, Cub Den nice and J. A. Howe. Miss Margaret Pearce of Starke. the Starke Armory." additional rent .., sought on the Memben'ot the :Bradford County

: Maurice 1 Edwards, Jr., grounds as being changed from Rationing Board wish to express r
ant Patrol. Leader and unfurnished to furnished that they their appreciation to the local
Mooney, Treasurer. Assl t. Mobile X-Ray Unit To Visit Starke December 9 first petition the office for the USO Clubs for securing the

Scoutmaster Fred Yerkes was adjustment assistance of so many Army
Introduced Maximum Rent Regulation No. wives who gave such valuable

t I.. .......... 41, Section 1383.6055 "A d j ust- help to the board this week. This
Matthews ,
chairman of .. "
Troop > menta And Other Determina- assistance which was so wllllngsly
Committee had ,
IIIe Program charge tions". "In cases Involving an Increase given, was greatly appreciatedand rlr I

In the furniture the adjustment the board hopes that future
lion er 1-9 in the Maximum Rent calls for help will be answered
To Meet i& u Ii shall be the amount the Administrator just as promptly and satisfactorily. e

After\ finds would have been on .
a recess of 30 the _
angford-White : A ,.1 January 1, 1941 the difference in I
Post of .* a.1jc11 >r "i-r,1T ," the rental value of the housing
American"hut" Legion will meet in -ai i ___ J ..j.I accommodations b y reason of Prescott Farm SoldF. ? Y 4
on West Call
such change." In all cases of this C. Holllngsworth local real
.Tuesday clock. night Dec. 8, at kind where the Area Rent Office estate operator recently sold to 1
old, members, new Is petitioned for such an adjust. Jack Marvin the 20-acre H. A.

all l are urged of to be present. pr ment we promise Immediate ac Prescott farm a mile and a half
veterans av
World War
'of, 'Starke Road 28
tbether' tion. southeast on
"*"* now in the service or It Is true that the* landlord has The sale price Mr. rfollingsworth 4

tier are Invited' to attend I 4a the legal right to change from said was S3, OO. For quite awhile '
Poet they are members of the I unfurnished to furnished but he Mr. Marvin has been rent. =rt
or I
I does not have the legal right to InK a portion of the farm and

I The charge for this extra amount of raiding hogs. It is his purpose,
Tabernacletrom P rent until the Area Pent Office tfr. Hollingsworth stated yesterday

! has granted the adjustment. It is to move to the farm in the
brought from the Orient will also called to the attention of near future and go into the live. i rS
to those
Tabernacle gathered at all landlords that a tenant may stock business on a larger scale.

'. at Friday evening not be forced to change from un-
8 o'clock .
when the Rev. furnished to furnished without\ the Manier Rents HomeMr.
Glazier 4
China associated with consent of the tenant In question

*<*! Inland Mission, brings nor from partly furnished to fully and Mrs, C. O. Manlre ft
12 tage. Mr. Glazier was furnished without the consent of : have Just cloned through W T Y

I na and Years a missionary in the tenant nor may any other I Clute. realtor a rental-option con
those who have heard the with Mrs. Hunan U. Moore
W lI1I l T services be forced upon ten tract
try 8lonarles from this weird ant where said services were nota for' their property on East Madison -

treat win not want to miss consideration of the rent on the street between Church and
Good "le'wiU be a k F ;74r Maximum Rent date and for Water street Mrs. Moore has

tare of the evening. All In- .. -- which the landlord may desire to rented the residence with an op-

Pictured above Is the State nurses to end us any+ persona welcome. About 400 persons can now institute and seek an adjust Ion to purchase at a later date.
been be Xrayedper day with this ment on. Naturally where a She will re-furnish the place and
who have
'.. Susan Sweat Board. of Health' mobile x-ray they know about outfit" he said."Tuberculosis bourn baa been vacated by the take possession January 2. It was I r

lwtsunsan'Sweat unit which will make' a return exposed to tuberculosis, Dr. Ford Is the first cause tenant any or all of these steps stated.

'I Nov. who passed visit to Starke on Tuesday Dec. said. "Secondly, we want all food- of death among women from 18 may be Instituted by the land-' Pictured above, standing b ,-

Ige of 95 15. lived to the ripe 8 according to an announcementby handler in the County to come to 35 years of age" Dr. Ford lord and adjustments sought Adds A Bedroom tween two giant *UUk of p. o. J.
or more. Born and for X-ray" he continued. Persons said "and among men 25 to 45 1 I. thereon. sugar cane, in HIU>ron Waldroa.
of the
I h Brad:: fro 35tyyears mov- Dr. M. J. Ford Health, director Clinic. in daily contact with children the second cause of death exceeded The Area Rent Office also desires E. W. Hayes Is taking the opportunity son of K. S. WaMron. Bradford

sere she r d ago Bradford County and come next in importance on the only by accident. The to clarify further a question > furnished by the War County farmer who liven between '

t4e),{fall has made her home The unit will visit Brooker morning, list-teachers, bus driver. janitors very early stages of tuberculosiscan that Is asked many times of Production Board of making an Starke nod L wW,.. The two
4 irk Ida Sweat ever since. Hampton Wednesday and the like. only be detected by X-ray the Area Rent Office. The question Important change In his residenceon stalks of cane shown here measure
pt loved by all who knew Dec. 9, and will be at Lawtey on between the ages and it 1.8 these early stages of asked almost dally by landlords West Madison street. He Is around 8 ft 8 Inches. while the
after- "Any persons
.Ir..:ohout she will b missed" the same day during the of 18 and 45 who would like to tuberculosis) which we have a of this area Is: I desire to changing a latticed-In back porch average: p. o. J. run emend<< 4

-*"* the community. noon. and have their chest. X-rayed are better chance to arrest." (Continued on page eight) [ Into a bedroom. or 5 fet.
Ida Sweat and family. "First we want all doctors


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imported fruits, such as bananas, are almost Active In Athletics been named varsity. members of Playing right guard

Bradford County Telegraph unattainable. the championship Company B I lent, accounts of them ,

'tO AY Garland Godwin of the State football team of Emory Junior Ing the 1
Established"' 1877MEMBER Simplified Clothing season
Farm and Othma Haynes, Jr., and College, Oxford, Ga. Godwin cloSe
Most of the new clothing has been aim OfttlTOMORROW J. E. Denmark of Starke have !playing right tackle and Haynes. ', work mark In won the his recognition

I *FLORIDAPRESS ASSOCIATION plified, to save cloth. Three inches will be \ i -- end I"..o ehion,

lYAT10NALbb11'ORWASSOCIAIIQN.l snipped from shirttails made after December '

flh. fr 15th; wool ure! is sharply restricted.The \ll Ol1MttUWAR-STRAINIIroAil rc to Rititxty ,. '

C. L. Matthews ____.... ,._ Fritter and Ouner8UUSCKI1T1ON manpower shortage will become II DON ROBINSON -

HALE much 'greater than it is today. Women will I t-

t i Yearly I.7| "Month. WI.OO work wnere,women have seldom worked, be-
GUM crisis
Civil Service is
fore. >or example, tryingto I
6 roblitth d Weekly on Fridays. and Entorwl! IM Mec- By; reviewing our nation's chew-
U0,0w in the South for
get women jobsin Ing gum crisis it II possible to get .. P "'
end Chas Matter at the Pont at Starke.
1 war industries-and they're being paid a clear picture of how the war is DiiINK ,
going to affect thousands of things
while learn how to do the jobs. The
they which most of us are in the habit
'n The Home Front Picture
Post Oifico can tell you about each training of buying.
The chewing crisis was
1 I' r With news from the fighting fronts programs. brought to my attention on the day;

ilkt taking an encouraging turn for the better, Red Meat Rationing when creaming the with newspapers headlines first about began the

over-optimistic talk of an early peace and a Meat is so necessary for soldiers, that invasion of Africa by American
j troops. On that day, when a stenographer
j t tendency toward relaxing war-time restric- severe penalties will be inflicted upon viola- asked, "Did you hear the

J, tions crops up along the "home front". tors of the order which limits civilian de- latest?" I assumed she referred to '
t this world-shaking piece of news,
Nothing could be more fatal to our war livery of cuts from cattle, calves, sheep, lamb but by giving the stock answer t

ii r' effort than over-optimism at this point, and hogs. The order applies to small coun- news"No, what of the?"day I found was that that chewing the real :

and it is wholly unjustified by the facts. try butchers as well as to large packers, gum was no longer available. ', '

I A quick look at the picture on the and includes farmers who sell meat. but Not always being having a gum-chewing experienced addict trou- -

fir' f, home front reveals the following need for Rationing may be expected early in ble with other people's gum some- ,
how getting stuck to my shoes. I
continuing restrictions and sacrifices;: in the 1943. was at first rather pleased with

near future: Coffee rationing is now in effect < the news. But the more I thought M2.6i6oL tipped him off to the JAX way to
I about it the more apparent it was
,' Rubber Still DwindlingTires School children who work on farms have to me that it actually was news of I, beat war-nerves and Harry discovered

,.* civilian wearing down Importance-that if chewing gum that a glass or two of
u on been made eligible to purchase bicycles was suddenly disappearing from golden JAX would soothe his

eight times faster than they can be re- No rationing of used cars is planned by the store shelves, thousands of other nerves and relax his tired muscles

placed. This ,means tighter control over OPA, and such rumors are branded- as false. things fate. must be close to a similar 71 to be a better after a long day of manhandling

,s ; auto driving, fewer deliveries, truck uses Draft Farm QuittersThe HOARDING . circle tough metal. Right away Harry
restricted because if this rate continues, STEELWORKER isle to put more energy into
; draft board has been instructed to Upon investigation, I learned his)

,} so\ many cars will be off the road that our reclassify men who quit necessary farm jobs from the Wrigley company that
there actually still is plenty of When works with steel What'
I a man more, JAX brightens
transportation system will break down. them available for immediate
and make chewing gum around but that chew- c-'tting, burning, heating and Harry's outlook and gives him ash

f_ Fewer Foods military service. I ing subject gum.to the like economic everything restrictionsof else is --.r-g; it, he's got to have staybetter appetite...and at bedtime

Military victories in Europe won't give WPB has served notice on the kids to wartime.In ewer And he need. a clear he enjoys a golden, good-night

1' us stocks of rubber. Nor will they produce take better care of their toys Replace- chewing the gum first-the place stuff the that base makesIt for and steady nerves to make glass of JAX to assure sound, refreshing -
.,' u_. that he's giving his best to sleep.
food. On the contrary, ,the furtherwe ment parts, as well as new toys made of chewy and makes it stick to the effort.
shoes-comes from the Far East 'don't
penetrate, the more supplies our armies certain metals are banned for the duration. and from South America. There .Why you follow Harry'alIany
used to go to bed tired wise example You'll find that
i need and the more they will use to woo Lay Aside The GlassesIf America fs still plenty but our available country's in desperate South- and wake up tired. His JAX offers a cheery, pleasant

; the favor of populations in countries they anyone can find cause to slip back need for shipping space has nerves were jumpy and way to relax and avoid

deliver from the Nazi yoke. into'the old easy way of life on the basis of limited tries. ,the supply',from. these coun .... '\\'V his temper touchy. "war nerves".

'" In 1943, we'll have reductions in some these facts, he must be looking at the world Because of adequate stock on for' 3' fIe'' But one day a. buddy

kinds of foods, fruits and vegetables. Distributors through rose-colored glasses. He should not hand yet however resulted that in a difficulty major curtailment has- Ask" Quart Jot( ena\y

tt, u have already been given monthly lay those glasses aside for the duration and of chewing'gum manufac- fit" t C : \)e&1ft'oO'
ture. But the talk about 1tJt'oOttC
quotas for canned goods, milk shortages face the facts with unobscured vision in talk about curtailment resulting it. plus to /tiO C\ jv ;>

scarce and the cold hard light of day. from the shortage of sugar, has t'" :C. ,
have developed, many spices are reached the public-and the next tantako u fine s a' .ott.1
i logIcal step is hoarding. acc
Y t opp t

1_1 Florida State Farm News Old HosieryTo hoarded Yes. even and chewing that has gum meant Is it being has tC cO\t,'Yo\)* oJV* .

Be CollectedSilk disappeared more quickly than it ; \ ttplaca "out -,
should have from retail shelves- Aut )V: tit\ ti\
the same as coffee and sugar did K. te \ V\) '
By E. R. Bouvier BAPTIST I'llAYKK: MEETINGThe and nylon hosiery are being I: and many other products will i">i! ttit'tlott cteatot:to jot you ", 3

weekly meeting wa held collected by the Salvage De- DEMAND IncreaseThe i;;'' << oa t- i"; _
7LVB MEETING ) ', Qalai
Monday afternoon at the home of partment aa materials for war tt '/ O BEER !
At the meeting of the Mrs. J. M. Brad Several first result of the hoarding of ?f. ';.1-i{, \', yJ l ,.
regular ley. production. The public is asked chewing gum or anything else is (,.... ,:?< h.lfhilfo ",,"' ;i, ,.jq'
Community Club last Tuesday a chapters of the book "If Two to donate all worn and discarded local scarcities which quickly; In ,'lk+'i ",:j4..t-"b.4lt""i: :} : ." 4( 1''.'
Agree" were reviewed and an offering women's and misses silk and crease the pace of hoarding when- 'r"'P; .ki Mti 1;..>\''''''' r. )I 'l I

a very was arranged Interestingpatriotic by Mrs. I* F program, Chapman to the Lottie Moon Christmas nylon hosiery and mixtures of ever the product is available.The Irlkl"II '..Jt ,!t l !!!!ll7z1& !i fl !!.:..t "" "" ""'''' '''P ''''''JI ,.,
fund was made. Only five these. Collection must be con- second result.la an abnormal
Y program chairman. Readings were In attendance. Mrs..'L. Watts tinuous for the duration. demand by; retailers for bigger deliveries :
ji 'on the Flag and Flag etiquetteand waa' leader. by jobbers and by the man
i Under the hosiery collection
also a short article about ufacturers. Thus even though
Mrs., Douglas MacArthur. The Miss ,Betty McRae visited her plan, directed by the General chewing gum manufacturers could:
Section still supply a normal demand thry,
Salvage collection cen-
Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Mc-
club decided to ask for more Red parents like other
companies facing the
will be
ters all retail stores having -
Cross work to do. A committee Rae at Mcintosh over the week same situations, are asked to supply !
w women's and misses'
I 1 was appointed to secure the needed hosiery the product at a faster rate
end.L. departments. The local stores)
than the product actually is being
goods and on Tuesday after- R. Bristol spent Thanksgiving ;
collecting these used hose, will be consumed.In .
I_ noon several ladles cut garments with his parents Dr. and Mra. '
notified about the disposition of addition to this extra demand
y for an all-day sewing next Friday L; M. Bristol In Gainesville.
them through the local Salvage Inspired by hoarders, there is also
when a covered dish luncheon Mm. W. D. Newton of Knox- .You
an abnormal demand for chewing can
Committee I* T. Dyer, Chairman. t
will be served at noon Mrs. vllle\ Tenn., accompanied Mr. and gum. as there is for hundreds of
Everyone having used
Bryan Whitfield and Mrs. U A. Mrs. Chas. M. Turney home on hosiery. other products to supply the needsof
Wiggins, hostesses, served sandwiches their return from a vacation Mr. Dyer says should make sure the armed forces. Chewing gum
that they are washed clean before is in it time
popular the army-and the
cookies and tea. A committee spent In Tennessee, and are ex- spot every
leaving them at the stores. The army; must be supplied first
was appointed to arrange pected to remain for some
collections should start Immedi- Another problem applicable to
for our annual Christmas party months.. '
ately. chewing gum cigarettes and also
which will be given on Dec. 23. Capt. Ralph Cox of Camp Liv- food is an increased demand for SUPPOSING you were Old Santa r ,

ingston La., was the overnight I actual consumption among the peo- a job you'd have!
Mrs. O. L. Partney's mother. guest of his parents Mr. and Red Cross ple. Busy war workers chew morro Chimneys waiting everywhere.. .
Mrs. E.. 1. Meredith smoke
her and
grandfather more more. Others
Mrs. R. H. Cox, Monday night. lists be checked.
J. S. Hafstedler and her Disaster Study who are in a state of nervous tension gift to ,
Mr: and Mr*. W: K.:. Feagle '
: the do The calls for that
over the job certainly
nephew, Freddie Paul, all of Lab- Well AttendedJudge war. same. extra
spent the Thanksgiving holidays Thus the demand is Increased on
bock. Texas, have come for something.
an .with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. many different fronts while the supply
extended visit with Mr. and Mrs Edwards at Hilliard. E. K. Perryman, Chair- is a little below normal and You'd get tired and thirsty too. You'd '"

I Partney. Mrs Meredith visited Mrs. Reese Bradley of Jacksonville man, and C. H. Nasworlhy.. disas- transportation problems make it In- want that extra something in refreshment
here last year and all are glad to ter preparedness! chairman of the creasingly difficult to distribute
spent last week with her
chewing -ice-cold Coca-Cola. Well you'd find it
have her return. gum or anything else I
local Red Cross wish to
; Chapter
parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Hund-
promptly to all outlet.s.SIIORTAGES in homes everywhere. You could
Mrs. Mildred McCrary of Jacksonville ley. Mr. Bradley joined her for thank the people of Starke and many
was a Thanksgiving guest Thanksgiving Day. Bradford County for making the towns help yourself at the icebox and be wel- +

i of Mr. and Mrs. P. D. Fancher. Capt. and Mrs. John P. Turneyof Disaster Preparedness Institute, When those Innocent little balls come. s

Mrs. J. A. Bouvier and her Camp Butner, N. C., arrived held here Monday an outstandingsuccess. of stickum are seriously affectedby You'd find thirst gone and refresh "
wartime conditions it Is
a, guests, Mrs. C. A. McRae and ',Sunday for a visit with their parents There was a marked in- ent that there are few product appar. ment arriving. You'd thrill to the / Y
Mrs. Clias. Kuna 0 f McIntosh, Mr. and Mrs. Chaa. M. Tur terest shown by the attendanceat which can escape. delicious and 4
taste so distinctive s ,
the General Session held Mon
spent Tuesday and Wednesday as i ney. Capt. Turney will proceed During the first phases of the "
that it stands alone.You'd know ref"
guests of Mr. and Mrs. 'In few day night, when the recreation
A. H. St. a days to Ft. Washington war we were warned against t' d
John and Mr. and Mra W F. i Md., to attend the Adj,-Gen. rooms of the Methodist Church shortages of things made of vital you were enjoying all the qual. i,
Rousseau In Jacksonville.Mrs. school. were filled to capacity. materials-particularly of steel tin icy that skill and choicest ingredients rr
Mlsa Evans of NationalRed rubber and aluminum.. But now '
J. Q. Godwin, who ac- Mlas Roberta Whltfleld spent Gladys we are entering a new phase in could put there. You'd
companied Mrs. H. A. Bishop, several days last week as guestof Cross gave a comprehensivetalk which there wln be scarcely; any find refreshment going quick' .;,.
Miss Nina Bishop and Mlsa Frances Mr. and Mrs Roy Fisher at on preparedness in case of type of goods which can be sup ly into energy.You'd be ready '.
Peek of Starke on a Thanks- Worthington Springs., disaster. Members of all com- plied in unlimited quantities. again to.hout"'Ho. Prancer!
giving visit with Garland Godwin Mrs. J. M. Maxwell. W. H. mittees were present and plans Shortages of imported productsare .>
made to the expected but in addition we Ho Vixen..
and ,Maxwell and son. Bruce,of Jacksonville were continue program
Buddy Bishop at Emory at will have
shortages due to lack of
Oxford, returned Sunday night. were Thanksgiving guestsof by taking stock of all local manpower, to the Impossibility of (You can pretend you're

Mr. and Mrs R. H. Cox. Mra. Mr. and Mra. I*. A. Wiggins.The resources, planning and practice replacing machines, to Increased Santa. You don't have to pre .-,.
J. M. Bradley. Caroline Bradleyand diphtheria scare of last ,for emergency in order to be pre- demands for all types: of things for tend you're enjoying ice-
June Caldwell have returned week I la about over. Children In pared if disaster strikes, whetherIt the armed forces, to Increased demand an

from a pleasant vlalt with Mr. the homes of R. 1.. Dobbs, John be due to enemy action or from its by higher the populace purchasing resulting cold Coca-Cola. Have one!)

and Mrs. Gerald Cox and familyat Godwin and Robt. Griffiths had natural causes. and to the apparently natural power ten.,

Spartanburg, S. C. light cases and all are well out Mrs. Bessie Burns Executive dency; to hoard. And if none of ,Ri
of danger. All precautions have Chairman and all C o m m 1 ttee these things stand In the way ev

been taken to prevent further Chairmen appreciate the coopera- ery type; of product will be restricted s
spread of the dreaded malady. tion and interest that was shown, by transportation cliflleul.tles. I ,

Sentinelsof Mr. and Mr. R. J. Kite. J. H. and feel that a well organized frYy

Moncrlef and daughters, Doris, plan for Disaster Preparedness Transportation to hit hardest problems In the are i-naU going

Health and Jimmie and Kenneth T sits, will soon be completed. towns for, to go basil to the chewIng : It's natural for popular

t' Don't Neglect Theta went to the circus in Jacksonville gum illustration why! woul-t; a names to acquire
Wednesday of last week. jobber use valuxbla fusl an.. rt,). friendly abbreviation
Nature dMlgnmt th. ktdiMjn" to do a
_.nlo...job.Their teak. !I.to .keep th. ber to d..I1v"r'oIlIr.. c:::' c'ivUung; *.That's why you
I ,, Sawing blood itrnm In' of else to cuUylng\ twwis It! his .t.-:. hearCoca.CoiacalledCoke.
bale ,. fh. act:.rr.11'i=:=>/. Beware ply was inad>>nua', for t.I..C: : t.ie:
W.lf-ht constantly projuoint utmatter Coughsfrom needs of the\ outlets In Mi uva i'.vttSPEEDY. : .Coca-Cola and
th. blood th aukl:=.rab:1.'I'l:: : ''... g Coke mean the same
Wh.n th. kidn.yi fall to unction common colds .4t th".rc...$real thing / rr."eomrng'
Nature Intended the,. la r.t.otlon olmmmi : "' .
that maeaua.. body-wld. die, GET THE T om a /
*-On.may luffar oamrinf backaoh.. That Hang On +" a ,tslngle source, and
poralatant b adch.attackaodla / SURE ,well known
thecommunity" a
"' to
1 letting up nirhte..w.lliag. pulHaMand.r Creomulslon relieves because $ y& '
,l th..y.-4..1. l tlrad aarvoiu, all promptly 4'' / f
wore out.Fraqunt. it goes right to the seat of the KEUEFFORAC/P
.aeanty or bumlnf paaaaM trouble to help loosen and expel
a.. .......tI.... further evidence ol kid germ laden phlegm and aid nature tNWGESTONCarpenter's Happy moments at home are brighter
.a D.y or bladder dlaturbanoa.Th. ', to soothe and heal raw tender In- YOU.Too when tce oUl CocjvCola adds its life r
la a dluratla.rwrognlaMl nMdlela.to..r.. :r th.tr..tmeatrl klda.ya I flamed bronchial mucous memI and sparkle. It's an oU friend of the The best
of 'body .. I branes.Tell your druggist to sell you t femllr f eady to take off Its and
( :. Uaan't PiU. They bays: 4w nor a bottle of Creomulslon with the understanding CAN, SINK U-00AT3 I out any time. is always the better buy
thee forty yw of publlo approval.Ar.andorawi you must like the way Iti 1
: th. oountry o,.r. laalat o. e BUY *- 1 e
the -
,.' _... i quickly allays cough or you are
0Bold all drug
al 1
to have your money back.CREOMULSION. i limttj; State War Swings Bo di iStwpi

DOAN SPILLS U.S.rr.s..' Otfartmtnl ST ARK'ETLl
I for Coughs Chest Colds,Bronchitis Drug Store COCA-COLA BOTTLING .

z:<' ...,.

1 !" ,
'I'iiV.. 'W" ;.


shows: Keeping cars in line at proved a great success. A large November. A. !>., Nturkn

dford football games; Tending posts; crowd was present and Hrnufard County Florlrt". '
everyone ,,..
High Journal A. J. 'rho" Clerk of lb.
) And helping with the buses. reported a very beneficial meet- Circuit Court. :nrarifnrdOKKH

From what I can gather the ing.Pvt. 11.00 County 4t 12.111'SIJ., ( ttA MEAL)

boys are real workers and shouldbe and Mrs. R. C. Dampler of _

I given credit for what they are Starke were guests Sunday of Mr. FOil Sill>>"

Jill TORI.\L STAFF Vox Pop, Jr. I Tornadoes Trim Junior Red 'Cross doing for the school and com- and Mrs. J. J. Zlegler.GRAHAM. SWwi e'l'1ltI hl 1)11.0.11.' 10:. FI..Iltlle.'>>.\, ',,'r

IJI-Chlef Idalou Davis munity. They are on the "honor U. P. W. IU'KIoJ'roO.! 1"1.-1'

Editor Virginia Sewell We are introducing H new col Lake Butler Very ActiveThe system" and from the report of t.O Sealed bids. for. 'nlahlnir and
__ June moss their faithfulness I installing
should think
sewage dlnuoHiil
umn to our plant In
Reporter. ..,_ Patty Keen paper. It's object Is Bradford High scored an over- Junior Red' Cross met Tues- they are holding up their honor Ily 1'11'8. I. C. Smith !! the reuelred('I"I .of by th Starke" Florida;: will br
to answer questions lily Co.in.-ll) at the
(r Alice June Harding written In. by whelming victory over Lake But- day afternoon. In the Aemrlcan I to the "T". You are doing fine iirs. Eva Wa dln. Mrs. Eva, ''Iff Office In Mturkn, Klurldn. nn
? Powell the students. If have Strickland and Mrs Doris til two l". M. (1:00: l'. M.W.! T
Jewell you a problem ler Wed. night, Nov. 25 when Legion Hall. Many of the girls 1 work boys and Mr. Futch keep Strick ( on "Monday. tar ...rMtk Tlk
) dar
|Jr I9' NewsomeOUiet won't you please write It are learning to knit. At the rate up the good work. land were business visitors to I.f U............ IIMa at which tin..
: Eva Fay Gainey they won a 49-0 decision in the will E. E. Camp Blandlng Wednesday! of lust and pl..u. all hid received will b_
down and deposit H In the news final game of the season. Due to they are going we soon be L. week. I 'ul>llolv opened and read aloud. II IIIn"trucllnnn
Markey producing sweaters and mufflers to Lllddnm, Form of
Martha! box The ''
staff will then endeavorto circumstances I was unable to Mr. and Propoxnl., Uen.ral Condition O..
Mr ,
Colley Albert
guad ,..., .. Shirley the ;at a high rate. The younger Describes CollegeMrs. YarbrougU all rlporlfliiatlunH. Form of Con.
; Clarice Thomas answer It or solve it for you. see game and no one else children are working diligently on and mother and sister of the tract and Honda end l>rawln.a mar
If that 10 seems to know Just what happened State Farm In I b* rxamlnvd. at the office of the
ttr- were
1J pea s __. Nina Bishop possible. The touch their Christmas trees Wiggins representative, of our section r City Clark of Stark*. Florida and
Marjorie GrlderprroRiAL downs came so Sunday at the orflroa. of Ctmrlna K. \\ich.
gdwardS There have been a great Wesleyan College talked to the
Dear Editor thick and fast that the Identity manyof Mr. and Mrs Haille hvlmor; of the Firm' of Reynolds.
Why is It that lunch of the boys who made them the smaller children at our Senior girls at a special meeting Starlingand ; Hrcwton. Smith and Hlllx. p. o,
my always was sons of Brooker were visiting, Wpa elli. 6th Kloor. Itonorta Hulld-
disappears Just at lunch time Is lost In the smoke of battle. How- meetings. They are truly taking called second period Monday. In relatives here Sunday. I i tlna. Jarkmmvllln, Florida, and
part in this work and it seems an interesting manner she described : copies thereof obtained '
ever I did I aynuint
someone helping me to reduce If find out that Comer Rev. L. G. of1 .nwt h
; strange that some of the High the college.. iU background Hemingway of $1500 for sash! Mot,
LIKE- t so I wish that Ferryman made payment will be refunded
p. S they would let me a touchdown Starke delivered a sermon here upon re r
School students can't give courses offered, activities turn of such
up one ant In Rood condition s
do but how
celebrated a war it in my own way. I appreciate or when I don't know. Sunday night. within 'ton
jteek we i hour fees and i days after bide hay
each week for such a faculty. Pictures showing '
their efforts and would like Someone said It was cold and I Mr. and Mrs. Clarence bern opened and read
rbanksglving. It was a to think I worthy cause as the Junior Red many different views of the Melton 1 I,, Th. Bald. City Council ra. ..rv".
openly state it. I heard that the Jr. Clans of Starke
am grateful were visiting Mr. and the right to waive Informal-
gathered tolloihare Cross. don't and any
YOU buildings
Why were
Iheij families come
but an energetic senior, mean- lost a dollar (It wasn't a bet). .campus Mrs. Berry Dyal recently. ties. In or to reject any or all bids.
in the traditional down and do your part? shown. An Interesting! highlight |I Kai'h. bid must b.i aiu-ompanlnd
Ing me, gets hungry They'd have more sense than to
12:30.: by a uanhlcr'n a, certified
But this bet Starting this week of her talk was the fact that I NOTICW OK I'VI-K'VriON heck klnorl .
Igf the season. If you don't think so, step Into against Bradford. If you meetingswill TO or bid bond amount
We be held Florida students are "let out" of "toUI.'r..1R Kii-rrnoi H > \>IM of five p.I"'III 46%" ) of the ban
|, was different.: ac- my boots once. I would be etern- think this is a cracked write-up on Monday after- Notice In h...r..hv given thnl the bid an a guarantee hilt the bid
Mj d the day and celebrated ally grateful If would Just try writing a o udidn't noons. By doing this we will not their classes when the first snow u"d ral.nnd. iinrtrr hn. prnvlHlmtH. der. If awarded the contract, will
: you game y
answer I Interfere with else falls. Mm Wiggins on behalfof I 1f Chapter J09U I.UWK or Florida, within tn [such as possible by going my question. see. Don't know how I anyone desiring AJ-IK.i or t 4l. wtri rr.Uter with the days after written notice bclnic r
licit and demonstrating our A ever got to be sports editor to use the Legion Hall Wesleyan College, extended an or! th.. Circuit Court. In and given of Much awanl. enter Into a
But I hungry student. any -M.G. Invitation to all Senior girls fora I I ifur! IIr..If"l'd' county. Florida. the written contract. with the City ofNtarks
try as .,
thankfulness. rho111bn tllllll Of Klorldit. In accordance with
mid It was unlike any Dear Hungry Student -.v. S. weekend of the college during Wnndur Ulft Shop, under whlcli the uucrptad bid and viva n per
I have i I April. At this time the girls I we are entente! anil tiolnir hunl-. formance bund Mntliifactnry to the
lupvlng day we have ever solutions to your, Home EC. Gleanings limn. at II Ho. Thompson\ Ht., City of "I..rke. mtual to one hundred -
Jl'i true that America haslit question. Bring a lock and key Ima compete for various scholarships 8lnrk, llmdrnrd (County .'h"'I... (1 0(1%) nf the contract prlr
SnooperHowdy and become acquainted with the That (hinit I.I 1 himiiioHN, IK nwnnil No Illftilvr may withdraw Ma but
war before but never bell and chain your lunch to your desk Well well well the Thanksgiving end "|i, ill of her history has she or you could carry it with you I ChUlunhel'e Holidays are over and this campus 'and faculty. |>artl....: date net for the onwnlna; thereof
I am --.r. J. c', C. I'MwnrrtM unitV.. T. (llu.l l.. | City of .... r
IN many of her citizens in from class to class or you might again bringing you flashes right department 1 Ilf having H time tryIng At Stiirkw. llrndfonl County Klur- I By : r.k.Jrt'N;:.,

Intvices of the armed forces even eat in the cafeteria and not off the B. H. S. grapevine. NewsIs to get back to work. Pardonme Ida 11.27l. this rUh I If-III day of :Nay' 1041 1 AI Cite ci..rk. It.20 at u-4

litttloned! !in all parts of the bring a lunch at all. You do havea certainly hard to get these for having to leave this column ,Society Notes THE CHILDRENS FRIEND

iJlat was why our Thanks- problem there and I shall be days. Everyone has (or thinks but I Just remembered that IM 4 Irrnll,0'r"101 4-nnrt OK ..UOI"I"O"far Hradrorilounlr.

j wan lacking. We could Interested in the outcome. Say he has) too many military secrets I had to try on my Jumper. Boy: Frances Noegel and Margie <' Florida.Noelo I When children have temporary upsets .

later Into the true spirit of why don't you dope them and and ye ole Snooper is In a great You should have seen It on me. Patel were In Cedar Keys for the iiNth* IN"HY hereby of ItirwnibtM'aivsn that, A. on l>. I' of the stomach and bowels from t'

:h\ng\ ; when so many of our I then they won't try taking It big dither. It fitted me tightly. In fact, so Thanksgiving. 1042 at :1 oYloi-k I'. M., or H" noon unwire food combinations, overeating '
for again tightly at, the bottom until I'm Margie Gilder was in Jackxort- IIXTtinrinr tt. ran UM heard, th*
IIIIS are away fighting Appeal to students-Flease kids iin ft could not enjoy our turJwe -, Editor. going to have to rip the thread villa shopping Satul'duy.ThOMe llonnriibln. A. ::1:. AilklnH, Circuit give them good tastingMcGEE'S :
put some ole
good gossip In the Judge, In $erke. Florida. for
should when we did out and sew It all over again. attending the circuit last an
Dear Editor News Box. Don't let a day go by order l autliorUlna: the unilernlitilfil I| BABY ELIXIR
I i You might not believe but Wednesday were: Shirley Colley to adopt C'" .
bow If they were eating atM that me '1''' Max ilrimtt, a nlhior .- ALL DRUG 8 OKESlet's rSHO
haven't made '
I you contri
am Junta student of .
we pray to God that they this that is what we. girl, have to Sara Barefoot, Virginia Sewell
| doe Will In .
The "HIM.Knlll
life! and that next school. Although I have been attending more news you 'give contend with. Joe Andrews Frances Colley, and .. Willi..",,...
Thanks-I it for many years I have us the better our paper. lt-27 U 11-18
ft will find them I have Just been Informed (or Bishop.
still remained Just a student. Where did I see local lads
IB. America Is like one big some rather informed when we first Jn Ann Jones, Grace Wagner, 1% 1-111.1 tllin II4'01 n'I' 0." TIIMHH.iriii
What I mean Is that I and lassies Wed nice? Nowhere .11 1111'111. cinciir OKTIIK
,never am,
h family united, always infat started to school) that there la and June Dions. all o f Keystonewere u'14''F: OK KI.OHIIIt. IX
In the center 6f things. 'I else but the Rlngllng BI-OH. Circusin
crisis. Thanksgiving is : never I I to be a style show! at the com- in Starke during the Hollduy t1Fills. Mil 'I)K(/IIII C'UI'I'! "'
hold any of the high offices. But Jax. Everybody had a super l\ II "\, KllWilliam : \,
14 We thank God for his' of unit. All .
;; pletion .our clothing ./ Mvl"np,
I don't think that there Is time. Especially me. It took
anyone .
|l blessings upon us. Our! through the medium of the press Nina Bishop attended. the Geor I'liilntlff EPAIR
who Is any more loyal to her back to my good ole days In the VM. Mil.I. Kim
(i go out to those heroes I I Side and friends of the girls. The day gia-Oeorgla Tech football game In Mary M<"Uncle. J\, 11111''':
fchool than I. I am of It Show.
4 tie seas who are fighting I proud has not been set but by readingthis Athens Saturday. IWvtulant :
and take pride In the fact that i ''flltl'I'lt! | ClI"! ITIIMCATIOX
I Ictvlng. Rnn into a B. H. S. reunionup
rve our right to celebrate column every week until thenyou'll HT\TK: ( II"!' KI.OHIMVTO .
am enrolled. I work for It but In front of the Florida The- find out. Helen Rivers was visiting In MAItY MrltAOK::

I always on a committee of some atre Sat. nlte. B. H. S. student Lake City and Jacksonville during Von, gy"re IttM'chy i riJtr.Ml and, rs.qulred .
-I. L. D. I have noticnl / to nppesr| i on Monday, I III"aiMt have
sort. That Is, I am just there were sure represented and gabbln the Holidays. day it l>..''...lIh., .r, A. l I'. IIH2 your
I with like Marion John huvlng trouble Roberta Whitfield I"..fur.. i ate uliovH until If along others was visiting
many me. mostly babbln. Wonder what
the Mill nf F A L L
Biographies with her jumper. My! How manyof Cninpliilnt" wherein the
tor What' I want to know Is, ant I they were cU nln'! and discu aln'. In Worthington Springs last w..ekend. Plaintiff seeks lo obtain a illvurcn
I ua aren't? from FOOTWKAKDAINTY
school down If I .
letting am
IHUA M.VK CLKMONS! I my From what I Raw and heard Jean Adkins talking when she County, TVIeicrniiti I tit
not among the so-called leadersof hereby deMlKtialeil. the ..
an .w.
i forth In Brooker, Florida I everybody had quite a time over l isn't working. She works when paper( In whlHt thin. under. "hull. hapnblifheil
l Mae demons weighed only!. things ? Believe me, I am concerned the holldiiys. Yup! Quite a time. she ixn't talking. Deeds Filed .. \ once a. w..ek for fourvonxeiMll FOOTWEAR I
about I vw week
I pounds. But now this it.A As for me, I was so busy tryln'to I limbara Keen hat her skirt almost .
devoted student. l f. H. Carter and Jennie Carter, W1TNKMH niv hand an.l > nl of REPAIRS !
eyed brunette weighs 108 see how much turkey I could I completed. Ills aliova 'uurt thin I7lh day. of
his wife to Jessie Carter, Nov. I OUR
L She started to school In Dear D. S. eat I almost forgot who I was. Don't forget to wiitclt this col- 21: .,:..-..-.------.-.-- SPECIALTY

i and after going there one rfo you are not It Is the But much to Freddie's distress I I' umn for the style "how.I I
A, C. Kirkland a dingle man,
remembered Just In time. Atten- AUTO PARTS
|;moved to Heilbronn Springs people like you who are the true I So long -
to A. U, Hosier and wife I Kttsle
Finest( Leather Used
tion all Laaxles. At
i be completed the "second ye Bonny -Garnlta.i .
backbone and of school. .
spirit any I :tw- ; OK.NKK.tTOUH.: AUTO (LAS ,
Rosier, 19 acres Nov. 21;
last I've found out Freddie
liilrd< years. Then she moved why I
Being In with the leaders ft not CASH FOR CIt'JNU!
ltd has become Uninterested In the Percy W. Kelly and wife Miriam
so (
Brookor At the begin- 'TlreElectric
for I have
so Important a feeling i Frosh HighlightsAnd TRICKS INN\
lot her of USO dances on Sat Nlte. Yes Kelly to Kustuce; L. Kelly
eighth school
year Is much
that your happiness more COMUTIO.V UK IMJYJCNKii
[!aide another This Slree. Sure am glad I dropped In BiLinesi and wife Gertrude Kelly HO acres, Shoe Shop
trip. one the good
complete. Keep up I : : ) Si \\RE'KE11.t : )
tee. Florida. After fln- work., Someday you will be noticed -i on that reunion S.it Nlte. That'squite i No24 ; Across From 'ark Theatre
!he alright Freddie-.Ble s His I we crash the news with and N. L.
eighth grade there, she and then who will be takinga I 1) E. Knight Knight
moved to Brooker. It back seat? You're a real credit i little heart. Frankly I don't blame' our excellent report for the Junior his wife!, Co J. E. Shadd and Used Autos $:Ya:>> upHASKINS

i that once a person gets I to our school.' you. Keep strugglln' girls and Red Cross! Wednesday, November Edna Shadil, Nov. 24;

sand In his shoes. he just I Editor.I maybe you'll find out too. j 17, The Red Cross tags Eva B. Lord a widow to Merrill -

keep She Joke of the week--Overheard i and certificates were distributed i AUTO PARTS ,
| away. graduated 1 J. Edwards and wife Louree (
the friend Is in the Army. and before the home room periodwas North of Town on Komi IS
J ninth grade at Brooker My boy Wllla Jean Malone asking Mat'ule Edwards. Nov 25;

Ithai came to Starke where!. How can. I hear from him often? Reddish if ptomaine poison affect-? \ over every boy In the 9th I E. L. Williams and wife, Grace o o--------_._.'" ,

|"0 finish this year. Worried. ed'the toes. That's alright Willa grade was H member of the B. Williams, to Merrill Edwards

T Mae likes: swimming, Jean--Ole Snooper didn't know I Junior Red Cross. Especially contributing and wife, Louree Edwards, lot 12
How can I tell whether my boyfriend were KlBert; Thornton
[tack riding "Blue-Jackets" any better herself. of block 18 of Livingston Truby
loves me and only me? ( $1.00)) Jerome Johns ( $.80)) and
fl lair and trips to Jackson- Worried. Everyone 4th period I'hy. Ed. & Co.. addition to Starke Nov.
Leo Cooper ($.83). The total
Mikes: "stuck up" peo- became quite excited when Coach 25;
raised was $50.
during and literature. My boy friend is leaving for the Riser received a special delivery I amount G. C. Mott and wife Mary \

1 fall, she intends to attendS : Navy. How can I keep him true letter Mon. All the girls had a We also welcomed a new pupil Mott of Union County to Mrs. =:=

1 college in Jacksonvillere to me? big disappointment I In store Gordon Parks, this week. Rlva demons, of Bradford Co.,

for a bookkeeping Lonesome. though-It was from Jax. Now I j Sure was sorry" Mrs. Ball left, lots 1, 2, 3. 4, 5, 6 & 7 of block l

: wonder whojie is acquainted with but hope she enjoyed her vaca- 8 of Ward City, now known as fJkp.' araR.

|w onally, hope that she Dear Worried Creatures In Jax? tion. Also glad she"," is back. Brooker section 8, townirtilp 7

ID good All three of you have an age I -Bob Turner. 20 East Nov. 27.
j a bookkeeper as a Rumor Dept.-J. W. has been south range ,
at mine who kept a bookabout I old probllem. How to keep your called to the Naval Air Corps andI French American

l tea years and Is still man. Well my only advice lo you don't think I'm mistaken whenI Campus Fashions THERESSA '

fj It, a* far as I know.: I la to hope for the bent. If they And DanishPASTRIES
say that R. B. W. will be aOI'ry.I've By Mian Ida IlaganCKIJCBICATKS Jtrotectyonr
F JokIng wide though, 'we, then go off and forget about you always always heard that 2's a Bows-(and I don't mean

remember that there are Hair bow are very varied
Sincerely hope .that beaux) : HIHTIIDAY
you didn't
couple 3'0 a crowd but that
shin the highest success Juet as many fish In the oceanas seem to be the case Mon. nlte. this year. They are being made Thanksgiving Day was a happy Koine with enough*

ie. She deserves It.. ever were caught. Be sweetto What was so Interesting In frontof out of everything.-even saw one occasion for J. J. ZeIgler 'who Our

them but do not make them the Me. Church ? I'm still made out of wire the other day. celebrated his 70th birthday anniversary Try Fire Insurance

aai ANN CAMERON think ,that they are the only ones C. P. Doris C., wearing one that looks with all of his childrenand
wondering DOUGHNUTSFresh
In your lives. Remember it's a like film. Louise Rosa sporting a grandchildren present. En- .
to Increase ego We heard that tother week-end combination blue and Charley E. Johns
little competition two color Jpylng the day with Mr. Zeigler
In any man. Don't worry. Keep Doug Hazen (ya know tall red pink. Very becoming I'd say. were Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Zeigler Daily Agency

your chin up. headed and awfully cute) broke Those two cutles, Betty Jean W, and daughter 'Judith of Gainesville FLORIDA

Editor his collar bone playing football. and Evelyn H. seem to have a i ; J. W. Zeigler of San Lean- BTAItKE.
be 119 East
zN' Tut tut Perry-you shouldn't liking for ribbons. Flowers are dro. Calif.; Mr. and Mrs. W T. I IS
Mr. Thorn SpeaksAt so rough. even being worn, in the haIr. Zeigler and sons Thomas and

Another visit from TimmIe? My Some wear real ones and then Victor of Jacksonville; Mr. and Representing

Assembly, M. D., this Is too much. still more wear Imitations. June Mrs L. C. Zeigler and daughter 312 ,W. Call)) St. THE TRAVELERS, Hertford

Virginia S. and Betty Jean Bloss Is wearing bows mode of Mary Lou. of Miami; Mrs. R. C.

Mr. Smith Introduced Rev. 16th birthday Sat. of yarn. If you have and Billie of Starke
their samples ;
celebrate Dampier son. .&.. _
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It to -
in the
Charles Allen who led us Sweet 16 & Mama's petneverbeen useless yarn you might put Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Crlff.ls of I

devotional at our weekly chapel kissed by a young man yet. use in bows. They make attrac- Starke. We Do Superior Work-

morning.Mr. (Oh Yeah) tive ones. If any of this seems
last Tuesday
program why not walk out on Pvt. and Mrs. W. C. Rhoden of
told September at Thorn was then intro Dooley Is still receiving mall Impossible, Ala. recent
evening Julius and see for yourself.E. Camp Rucker were
labhie It the campus
was born ln SaviuiIn duced and he spoke on "The Workof from deah old England L. E. visitors at the home of Mrs. For Better Cleaning: -
Oeorga! too. P. S. there'sone
1925. From War Time." comes regularly Rhoden's parents, Mr. and Mrs.
the Y. M. C.,A. in too.
she Air Corps
In the
moved to Chicago S. R. Swindell.
from there to Jacksonville, During the last war It had can- Darby Peek seems to be In 7th Patrol Squad Mr. 'and Mrs. Johnnie Adkins TRY THE

She lived for five year.. teens Inside the camps and on the. heaven now that hunting season Deserves CreditThe and children of Jacksonville were

low the moved to Starke where )battlefronts.: The Y. M. C. A.:_ has opened. Steve Weldon is also visiting friends and relatives here NEW METHOD CLEANERSMr.

resides the soldiers In every way an ardent fan.Understand. School Boy Patrol under Thursday of last week.

tlvcrite &estras are Glen helped possible. Money was placed In Mac Futch and the direction of Mr. M. B. Futch Willie Swindell of Palatka spent and Mrs.!' E. O. Edwards, Owners

S sad Harry *P mO l' Lana their' hands for safe keeping by Fred Dickman spent their holidays has forty members at present.As Sunday here with his parents Mr. 315 Temple Your Patronage Phone

I'Ru b.her, favrite blonde and the soldiers and many other Interesting in bed. I also heard that It yet officers haven't been and Mrs. S.' R. Swindell. Avraoe 1S5

k her favorite bru- thoughts were broughtout was because they were both a elected or appointed. When the Mr. and Mrs. Craig Gllsson and Appreciated

She also likes tall men, by Mr. Thorn. He Is secretary : little over Indulgent with the tur- officer are elected there will bea son were visiting friends at the

bag" hair, movies, Georgia, of our local Y. M. C. A. key and trimmings. How about Lt. Commander, Commanderand State Farm Saturday.Mr. .

and Mr' Rook. She unit. that? six Lieutenants. The rest and Mrs..Jack Jerrell and

el"horse operas". And she's During this war the Y. M. C. Well I gotta quit now and will be member daughters of Jacksonville were

worried about the rationingoOiegeuwhich A. Isn't allowed Inside the camps brush up on a few facts for a There are four' poets. The boys week-end guests of Mrs. .Jerrell's Prompt Service Careful Drivers

work. : that I Just heard we take turn at the, posts, new boys parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. W.
but It Is doing a great pop quiz the each
h she is to at- with the other useful or- were gonna have tomorrow. are appointed to posts Packham.
now' the dispute of her Along Snooper. week., Thomas Trle t, who is stationed ''I Starke Taxi ServicePhone I
ganizations.We The duties of the boys are: with the Coast Guard a t Ft.

SST all enjoyed Mr. Thorn's talk Looking after school c h II dren Lauderdale, spent the week-end I

and will welcome him to returnto crossing the road In the morning with his parents, Mr. and Mrs : "

0D ''talk to us anytime that he at lunch and after school; Patrol Sidney Triest. 150

wishes. >- w a eoHOS Ing at football games to help Frank Kelsay of Camp Blanding .

matter which keep out those few who are always recently visited his parents Mr.
family. But no 't
666 college she chooses, her diligent ; TOPItAT lO i trying to cheat themselves and Mrs A. H. Kelsay.The Day Night

USE ; efforts will be rewarded by suc- through life; Sometimes they are Christian Church Convention -

tilLErs, SALVE NOSE DRUM cess. assigned duties at certain picture .here Saturday and Sunday --- - .....

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to your friends at home if you U. D. C. To Meet

I : : : SOCIETY) and CLUBS -1 PenderAllenIn a quiet ceremony at St. Ed send have 'em snuff to your to go friends around in the The W. T. Weeks Chapte

.. wards Catholic Church at 8 o'- service (period)I Hopln'line to, D. C.. will meet",* Tuesday

clock Monday night, Nov 30, be of a little help along this noon Dec. 8, at four
Double WeddingAt that
Rowe-Simpson Woman's Club Miss Genevieve ',L 0 u Is e Allen, I'm glvln' a few addresses Mrs. O. L.. o'clock,
Meet WednesdayThe Presbyterian Church E. Allen, I've Jotted down from time to ueasey as RORte
To daughter of Mrs... ;Mary her home on North
:MIa Esther Pearl Simpson time in little black book Walnut
!. became the my
of Lakewood, R The
: Chapter
daughter of Mrs. Pearl Simpson, Woman'e Club will meet The Presbyterian Church was bride of Charles p. Pender, son Look over the list and send cardsto !Y first usually meet
the scene of a double wedding: at I know Or Wednesday In the
of Starke became the bride of Wednesday afternoon at four o'- of W. D, Pen Jer. of Starke The the boys you but was 111
9 o'clock Monday night when all of 'emThey'd PATRICIA DOW postponed
to beca"-.e
1 the better still, send one
Cettl William Rowe at Saraaota clock, at the club bo\ia* Miss Mian Bernice ALfourd of Lake ceremony was performed by appreciate It, whether death and funeral of 0
last Saturday, Nov 28. MIltS Evelyn Stump will preside over Butler became the bride of Bill Rev. Thomas J.immediate-family Murphy in they know you or not Just tause Dinkins of Lawtey. Mrs DI

Simpson bad lived in Starke for the business session, which will be McMillan of Starke, and MIa presence of the : rid..1few Intimate it ,would be from someone back 18 a DUmber of the local cb
musical+ Lula Alfourd of Lake Butler waa of th, bridegroom ? <
six years. followed by a cnnstnuut friends home, Here they are rPfc. f'
) Mr. Rowe Is the Bon of Mr. and program under the direction: of married to Sgt. Woodle. Stewartof Miss Allen, was//, attended by Robt. O. Green-34205194,
T b Rev.
Mm. A. J. Rowe, of Saraaota. :Mrs. R J, Davis, chairman of Camp Ing. Miss Grace Dew AS bridesmaidand Co. F, 172 Inf. Rgt. APO 3194. .
The bride and groom became music. The accompanist will' be Chas. Allan pastor of theo'church, Mrs. Virginia ,Boring, sister coo| Postmaster, San Francisco: i.'

acquainted while they were students Mr*. L. A. Canova. performed the. of double few ceremony relativesand of the groom, as maid of honor; Calif. Capt. Owen W Griffin -, '. )
the school for the deaf, Hostesses for the afternoonare in the presence: a San
at Harold R. ,Mesa was best man G-l Sec., 3rd Army Hq.
In St. Augustine, which they both i : Mrs. C. P. Ward Mr. John clone friends.Immediately and James Sewell" groomsman.The Antonla., Texas .. Lt. E. W,
attended for several years. They i Uglow, Mrs. C. M. Turney, Mil. after the ceremony, bride wore a white wool Hayes Jr., Btry., A?399th C. A.. N
will make their home in Ban ota.: N. D. Wainwright' Mrs.; Arthur both couples left for wedding;tripsto suit trimmed in green and brown, Bar. Bin. Bn., Ft. Brady, Mich.
McRae and :Mm E. L. Matthews St. Augustine. with accessories to match, and a .1. CapU T, K. McClane, Tactics

Junior Woman's Club I 'Mi. McMillan is employed as corsage. of baby pink rose buds Dept., F. ,A. School, Fort Sill Hi
f W. S. C. S. Circles projectionist at ,the Ritz Theatre. Mrs. Boring was. dressed in' blue, Okla Pvt. W. C. Rhoden.
The December meeting of the and Miss Dew wore a black: dress Hq. Dtst.: 322 Int., let Bn. APO
"Junior: Woman' Club will be held II Circles of the Woman's. Societyof Telephone Employes trimmed In white with black accessories. 81, Camp Rucker, Ala. Lt. E. i> tb r
Wednesday Dec. 9, at eight Christian Service of the Methodist Honor Miss AndersonOne ., R. Struth, 124th Infantry, Fort 1 J
clock In the evening. The meet- church will meet Monday Following the ceremony" the Bennlng, Ga. Cox. W. H.
ing will be presided over by the afternoon, at 3:30 o'clock. Circle of the loveliest events of bride and groom Deft'for St: :Augustine Graham, Co. G., U. S.,Naval Sect. ,* SANTARecommends
president, :Miss Frances Peck, and Number One will meet with Mrs. the season was 'the dance, givenIn fo. a: brief,wedding trip. Base, Mayport, Fla. Sea. 2cB. | t
the. hostesses will be MUM Evelyn E K. Perryman; Circle Number the Woman's Club' building: Mr. Pender Is.an. employe of the ., Blake Jackson, Ships Co.,, N. F
Stump chairman Mlas EMoiseDees Two with Mrs. O. C. Powell at Wednesday night by the local Kit* theatre and fa* and his bride T.. S. (Elec), Purdue University, t y -...:.-
Mrs. W. C. Powell and Mrs.. the parsonage; and Circle Num- Southern Bell Telephone girls in will 'make tblllr.-home in Starke. Lafayette Ind. '. Pvt. Eston
Eldredge Smith. ber Three with.Mrs. W ,B. Sewell. honor of one of their supervisors, ,.. Jordan, Co. B.. 644th T. D Bn., +, CAMP BLANDING:

Miss Nora Anderson, who has enlisted Birthday Party A. V. T. Center, Camp Hoed, PILLOW TOPSNOVELTY

in the WAVES\ and expects For Steve' St.. John Temple, Texas .Pvt. RobertC.
to leave December 13 for I Jackson, A.-A. F. T. S.-T. S. S. --.-

Cedar Bluff, Iowa where ehe will!' Friday, Nov. 27.; being Steve St. 618, Barracks 959, Madison, Wls.
enter training in the Iowa/State John's 17th birthday, his sister, Pfc Oliver P. Hutto. 124th HULA
Teachers' College. Miss Alice St. John, gave him a Inf.' Band, ,Ft. Benning, Ga. SKIRTSAll
Several Southern Bell officials "surprise" party at 8 p M. at ; Colors

were present at the affair, Including their home about. a mile and ,a Pvt..N. D. Walnwrlght, Jr, Box ': 'q'fP'

C. T. McKinney, District half east of town on Road 28. 245, Miami Beach, Fla. .. ., Lt. sf --.-
v Traffic Manager and J. T. Berry, Many Interesting games were :Milton Brownlee-0328218. Hdqs. vwya >ti tiS FI.ORIDAIIANDMADE
Traffic Manager, as well as a played, and refreshments consisting 2nd. Bn., 18th In!.. APO 1209. u {,l fpt ty
number of employee of the Com of punch, birthday, cake and coo| Postmaster, New York N. Y, PLAN
pany from Gainesville, Lake City, sandwiches were nerved. Corp. E. J. Dowling, Jr.-140- ANI INLAID
Palatka, Camp Blending and Among those present were Leo 38305, Btry. F., C. A. C., APO LADIES BAGSCOMPLETE

ENGRAVED Jacksonville. Cooper; ,Raymond Hall .Richard 919, coo| Postmaster, San Francisco r ry -.-
Mr. Merritt 'from Gainesville Ray, Bobby Turner, Bill Thompson I Calif. '. Lt. Merrill C.
PERSONAL STATIONERY furnished the music for the dance, Jerome.Johna. Betty Turner, I Futch, Hq. Co.. 2nd. Bn., 27th LINE
while Miss McKee, Jacksonvilleblues Betty Hayes; Collette,Green, An- : Inf., APO 25, coo| Postmaster, San OF FLORIDA

MANY DIFFERENT STYLES singer, and a local colored Ice'i Green, Katharine ,Judda Corporal II Francisco .,..t. Pvt Gene Goodge, GREETING CARDS I
jitterbug team, assisted with the Harry"CobIh'n, -Gloria Coo- 1005 Guard Sq., Ester' FIeld ,La.
MONOGRAMMED WHILE YOU WAIT entertainment. Miss Anderson, per; and Margie''' Sue- -Middletonof MaJ., T. T., Long Hqrs. 124th -.--..
who has been with the Company Jacksonville.; "n, Inf., Ft. Benning, Ga. Pvt.
more than five years, two years Inman Green, Rifle Range Del., 8242 We Have Many Othe
FINEST LEATHER of which time has been spent Ladies: Auxiliary. Marine Barracks New 'River N. 12-40 Items Suitable Fo
in Starke, was presented by her C.Pvt.. Lucian Conner, 965thT. Xmas Gifts Pay t'J
fellow-employes with a lovely_. The Ladles Auxiliary of the E. F. ,T. S., R. A. F. S, Roa- A Visit And MaW
ZIPPER BIBLES Sheaffer fountain pen. Presbyterian Church will meet well Field New Mexico '. The Coat Dress Your Selections Now]
Pattern 8242 For smartnessany
3:30 o'clockat -
Tuesday, afternoon at :
Michael ,
A. Dew. U. S. S California -
time of the
YOUR Barbara Jean Ward the home of Mrs. H. V Knight. Postmaster B. Div San year we suggest -
NAME ENGRAVED FREE coo| the coat dress. Here is this yeur'a
Mruv,C. F. Ward will have chargeof Franclreo Lt. Sam Stern- most wearable interpretation of the
Mr. and Mrs.. Robert Ward announce the program rand Mrs. T. N. berg; Turner Field, Albany, Ga. slim silhouette. You'll gain a costume THEWONDER

Large Selection of Xmas Greeting Cards. We the birth of a daughter, Kendrick will conduct the devo- '. '. Pvt. Resale A Colson, 463rdT. you'll wear for seasons when
Barbara Jean, Nov. 20. tional. E.. F..T. S. Moody Field, Val- :you make this model in a soft wool GSHOP
crepe, and bind it with silk braid,
Your Name On Xmas Card
Engrave Any d08to Ga. grosgraln or latin .
Pattern No. 8242 is In sizes J2, 14,
,. 10. 18, 20 and 40. Size 14 takes 3)b
Callstreet AC| Thos. Clifford H a zen,
SEND A ;PHOTOGRAPHIC XMAS CARD Carolyn 4 ; Group IS, Sqd. F. A.' A. F. C. C., yards braid..,39-inch, material, 3Hi :yards 114 Thompson St.

Week -34055919, 761 Engr. Ry.
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Land Trans Co., APO 640}. co| 'Postmaster I
Well folks Jerry. Cbrlsto- another worker were on' the New York S. L. A LARGE ASSORTMENTOf
ENLARGING PRINTING KODAK FINISHING' doulou says Call, St. won't lookthe:clean-up[ committee: for the Disaster (Buck) Alvarez,' Coast Guard Re-
same In the next 60 days, and Institute luncheon Monday ceiving Sta. I
12 Hour Service Northport, Long Island -
I'm half Inclined to agree with I I. Had to wash an' dry dishes N. Y F lc| Luther J.
him Mf'aDlngof' course, the I I for 35 people! Who says the Lennon, U. S. S. Mustln,.Fleet P. MEN'S SUITS' AND SWEATERS
aching void of familiar faces who girls on the home front aren't O., San Francisco! Lt. Bill
are here today and gone tomorrow -I I makin' sacrifices:. ., C. Wainwright, 79th F A., Fort AlooCHRISTlIAS

BRADFORD PHOTO SHOP Married men are reallybeginning ;: Bragg N C. SSgt.| Seeber DECORATIONSAt
to feel the pinch now I Glimpsed Ethel: Taylor an' (Buck) Crawford, Co. A, 401
an* quite a few of our most personable -I 1.Bertha Roane pitch In a farewell Glider Inf., 101 Airborne Div, Reasonable Prices

Next Door To Western Union young benedicts reportedfor party for Dot (White) Oakley }Fort Bragg. N C. .-Pfc Albert ,
f ff rffr f j j j-jj j-jr j-jjfff-T-f-f-f*-
their first this
physical tother seemed Torruella, Co. A 83rd
night. ; Everyone Q. M. Bn.
STARKE FLORIDA Ducky Llnsin (Koch'), Mike, to be. havin' lots of fun-'specially W G," Camp Roberts Calif. SAM ROSENBERG & SON
I Mills (Su low'e). Ed Flowers I I Dot, who leaves soon to Join her Y 3c| Woodfln Halle, Jr., 207'I
(Southern lOc) an' Ted May i husband at Fort Bliss, Texas Postofflce Bldg., West Palm I
I (Western Union)-to name '8 few Incidentally, Ethel seemed quite Beach Fla. Earl George-A 'I
.. See what Jerry means? .i excited Sunday afternoon over a Bid*. 66, U S. Coast Guard S"I' STAY HOME AND READ

Looks as if all the stores along! long distance cull from Atlanta Key West, Fla. SK 31c Wm.C. FREE COPY of the book "How To Win Friends an
Call St. will have to go on the Can't I blame her (Bill) Plummer
say 'causo N. R A. B, renewal subscmgtion
with each
People" or
influence new
self-aervlce plan, 'cause there her boy friend had Jus received Peru Ind. SSgt.| A. W.
[ won't be anybody left to run 'emIf : commlmlon! S'. ." Anderson (at" least 1 year) of:
jhr, ) : Vii: already -Jr. Hq: & MP Co.,
this aorta thing keeps up i mlssln' Milt St.> Peter'since'' he APO 31, 'Camp Shelby, Miss. : S -R American Magazine ____.. -t ((2.50))
STARKE FLA Morris Randolph goes in aroundthe left for Daytona. tot her day to Corp Morris Jackson Hq. Det. 21 *: -R Collier's Weekly ___________ .-. ((3.00)R' )
15th an' Cleveland (Blackie) help on another* defense project Bn.. 124th Inf.; Ft. Bennlng. Ga. ::: Woman's Home Companion __, ((1.50))

Driggers expects almost to get the come- Clare 'an'. the chlllun :will Pvt. Tillman Hutto, Flight I Co: -R -_____.,,__mr_-____-. __________. ..,.. -
on signal any day now stick around Starke for a spell, 612 309th T. S. S., Keesler Field,,' (Any Magazine of your choice)
Ed Dahmer (Petite Photo j
Miss. :
as yet. Congrats to Robert Fla.
Sunday. Monday Tuesday Dec. 6-7-8 Studio) will don khaki some time Chapman captain now; Insteadof I The Reader's Club, Box 57J, Starke,

in January a let Lt., Add folks I'm Well guess I'll leave you now (Please enter my subscription for _____ .. yr. (s)

DID SHE KILL ? sorry I mimed! meeting: Pvt. Bill so you can get, busy addresnln' .
Hear Mina -
Cooney an York nephew of THE Sergeant ... ----- -
those --
cards I'd be glad to get ----- --- ---------------------
. slrotd ,pwuttl would put thoee Hollywood gala I room with Dot an'S. R, Johns, boys an' will print 'em next week Enclosed find (cash money order, check)
oe to shame when hubby Harold but are now away on furlough If '
I hear of any Even If $ .
your ----- ------ -----
t1o : walked In the drug store Wednesday .
I card Is
)late gettln' there;
solveptb to lanb night t", two months earlier r they'll appreciate It when Sit does .Name_________'______. ..--
than she expected to see him ,
wos an' Jotted ,- So. long .. .
Spotted stills '
,,a ca Incidentally Mlna'a the girl with I (Kendrick) Block's I long red -Carolyn: Address _r.... ..-------------::
that dlstlngulshed-lookln' white i .
; streak In the front of her hair I stockings.-si. Really ought to do -
is -- ---- '-'---
of ,
Say. she' had It since birth good Job, keepln' her warm I'
an' in her more frivolous'mo*- head 'fcnmy"' ilMgairiahvlanh I tu.{ t1r .'''' "t'' '. ,.: .
Brown a I ( ;: 1"I I '
,an ) .
ments insists that her mother was ,
1OaNIE o9ryi 'SL1R frightened by a musteline mammal -snappy commans, to BHS stu- "q 'q/ ,

with white frontal ,stripe I dento, drillln'. in'the treat outdoors J ,., :
-S .. -; Sandra Ta ralU8'an' -T o r ho .
aXi. (skunk.: to you) Believe it, '"
00 4< Af', ,3 or not! Glimpsed: Bernice Lucille (Prissy) McRae, two very"' : : :" ''';:
energetic knitting students, de* ,,: ;\
Mallory an Cecil Amache Iyin'the i : ?
lea'I knot at the Co. Judge's house, clarln they're ready to start on : : JJ ; -
Wednesday night Jessie Mae a regular army sweater. Those : it da ,
Blakely an' son, Billy In town intrepid' ;huntsmen, John Anderson ,
Sunday from Jaxville PaulKnlght an' Darby Peek, findln it ',' ''' :: I fII ._
hard toiMDchool .
to with BO .
ahatterin the tradition oflonghaired
t Ii'(, ,' .
little) r
many Innocent quail Jus' "
musicians by bargin'into .,
+ town with a regulation Army aching to be shot:'. .eaioz ..

'tvfitten haircut i I
H ACE y0E ''r9 .' -- Irony' of Fate Items Fred, Dick-,' -" -

g ihedreM( Sorely Rot to hand It to these' man worked so hard tryin to get ,' r
M11tR Starke girls for belit', able to pick, the Episcopal League to,have a '
M b P" 4 "DWIGHT; the winners .<. Never have ,I Thanksgiving party an' then was ; .. YOU must, have:.perfect: ',skin, well cared for

witnessed a week so studded with unable to be there j. Seems ',::.V hands and(a coif 'ustue.to your,
promotion. ,- it's major's he was a little overindulgent.,
'" ,;:, ., personality. ,Our experience cosmotoligist
I leaves for Hal Alexander aa! with' the festive' bird an' had.to i' .

Eugene Smyth and a captain'sbars I suffer the consequences% 1 ...Un ::-1: ; "able to help you fresh and lovely at
for Beb Lee Wish ,; nerstand Mac 'Futch :met. the appear
Also-Latest Issue "This Is America"1"Women could see those proud: expressions I same Ignoble fato'\<..-. Rumor has r ,all times. Makt -'your; appointment early.
that Martlle. Margaret an' Helen : It that two localities MaJ. Ben I..'_ "
will be wearin' for the next few, Sternberg an' I* :Milton Brown- ''COSMETICS
week! An' who can blame lee-If not 'alread :getting their ',11-IREE OUTSTANDING LINES; Of
'em f 'Sa matter for hearty' baptism Of f Ire,-ave"' at least I .

At War"And congratulations! ,' Glimpsed been near enough to 'lIII1e11 plenty -
Lois (Mrs. A. Z.) Adklns out on of smoke In North Africa durin' Salon
her duties. a Red Cross block the past coupla week cr e it a. J Bea'utfl
R. K. O. "Radio War News" And leader this week Too bad -
this cut-davn-ors-tee-meat program Now that the time for raallln'

Latest Events had to come right at the Xmas cards is again 'upon us Phone ', '" Florida
start of the sausage "e son., Isn'tIt here'a a little bee"I'd like to,put :1T.; ; Starke,

? Also hear that Mrs A. In your bonnet ; Seal cards I__, ___----'------'----- '- __----'-_____ ___

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r BITS of LOCAL NEWS I tion, a miniature manicure set. -Mrs Henderson Owen and her. with her mother, Mrs. Tilda Mc-

E The hostesses served Coca-Colas daughter-in-law, Mrs. Earl Owen'' Mahan 89 and her sister, Mrs
HQaY and cake for refreshments.Will returned Thanksgiving night from I Rena Wood The latter spent I

Mundy pent Mon- Paul Hudgtna spent two or Enos the girls pleas take more visiting relatives I In two weeks with her parents Mr.
>S. Hayes, Jr.. of Jacksonville Newport'l'
t. three Interest In the club and try their Tenn. The former -pent )I and Mrs.. W H. Braclen
days In
JaCkllOnviUe.Vi. visiting Arcadia last spent Wednesday night here beat to attend

I week. with his parents, Mr. and Mrs.E. JHEOM E4y2ycf'afua Mrs. Jack Keen +-------------.- ,. --.--......
A. stern spent Wed- W Hayes ,
Club Reporter.
t L, Jacksonville. Mrs. Elsie Mae Ball upent the

Wed- past two weeks In Virginia visitIng Mr."and Mrs. George W, Thomas : SEWING CIATIl:
0i 0 Ltnitln( spent her returned Sunday from Arcadia The Ladles Sewing Club met at I
J, Jacksonville. parents' where they spent several days the home of Mrs. Ralph. Hazen

q" visiting relatives Aathoj at St.... M u,'. Kltih.n Tuesday afternoon, Nov. 24, with /
L. J.
lwurr Solomon was shop- Green and son, Archie,
the ,
" president Mrs. Tom Markey, ,
Winter days extra ot
mean care
Jacksonville Tuesday, were business visitors to Jacksonville Contractor J. D. Mathews
, .I hands that are in and out of watera presiding. After several busy
. Wednesday. been busy for about a week buildIng dozen times a day. hour. Mrs., Hazen served pine-
'( Bernice Opperman was aLI lockers the barracks at the Keep a pair"of loose canvas or apple salad, saltine and coffee to

It Jacksonville Saturday." Mr. Nina Barton, of Daytona new Crystal Lake Air Base. Jersey gloves where you can slip her guest The next meeting
Beach has accepted a place as Into them e"i1Jrwhen you nx Area ,
will b* at the home of Mrs.' V. V.
Jrs. J" W. Andrews cashier at the Guidon Grill. olIN Edith In furnace end fireplace.
I1Id Coleman of Atlan- Wear weU-AtUng rubber glovesfor flaxen, Tuesday, Dec. 8.'
|jwkBonvllle Wednesday tic City N. J., |g the guest this dusting as well as for window '
Col. and Mrs. H. V. Knight had week of her sister and' brotherinlaw washing and general scrubbing. If Mrs. :William, P. Nichols off LARGE VARIETY OF .' ,
MIL' CLEAR cleaving.' as a week-end guest Mrs. Knight'snephew "Ann and Harry" Kaufman. yOU' can't get rubber gloves don'thesitate Pensacola i La visiting her son :'and ,
ed trOll tailoring at" theding Billy Barton of Atlanta, to invest In gloves madeof daughter-in-law. ,: 'f' VANITY 'SE'T'S"' '
Tailors opposite Ga. Mrs: R., A. Thomas spent Wednesday one of the synthetic materials Pvt. Albert Lee Crosby of tbe ,'
that are available. ,These gloves ...
\ *
I In Jacksonville where she are waterproof, amazingly _tough U. S. Marine Corps who haa been \
i Muse The 1 m a Lawrence, of I visited her son, Kenneth who is and usually very' inexpensive. visiting his parent, left Friday,
iJterjorle Sue Middleton Moorehead C'l t y N. C., Is In a'patient at the. Riverside "Hos Keep a small bottle of band lotion for San Diego, Calif. MANICURE KITS
jonvllle spent the week- Starke as the guest of Mrs. R. V.: pital. near' the kitchen sink and an- Sgt. Bob Long of Fort Ben- '
other In a convenient place near r .
I with her grandparent, Boyd. the laundry tube. nlDR, Ga., has been visiting his I

)11'1. W. E. Middleton. V, W. Mr. and Mrs. T. Frank Lan- Several nights: a 'week": work: a parents for a few days. EVENING IN PARIS: I "
Mr. and Mrs. .
F. Barefootof drum'and children spent the good nourishing cream into your Pvt. Pasco Mott of Valdosta, ,
spa XCIIKDVUO Sanderson spent Thursday afternoon I Thanksgiving holidays In Inverness hands before going to bed. SUp a
Ga. home for the Thanksgiving
,was S. 's'LUGGAGE' '
8-19: P. M. visiting :Mr. ,and Mrs. P. : with Mr.. and Mrs. J. A, pair of loose gloves over your hands ,
O'vflll only In order to the full benefit of holidays, "
L r M. Barefoot I Landrum. get I IMre. .
LO 10:10 Not P.by M Ocala- r i' .the cream and to protect the sheets I .' W. S.'Mathts and childrenof "I ;', .''

p g ............ and blankets from the oil in the Jacksonville are visiting her '
p r. Mrs. Erne t Phillips, Mrs. Lois Mrs. T. T, Long and son, Tom cream. : MEN'S CASESe
1 r. 400 A. M. Mrs. Alice Thomas. TRAVELING
Mayes and Mrs. Mae Edwards who have been here visiting Mrs.D. .
p O. 7:29 A. M.\ Hands that chap easily should be '
p e 0:10: P. M. will ppend Saturday shopping In'' P. Carpenter and Mrs. F. H. treated with a healing salve. The Gene Long of Jacksonville has *
1a Nor St. AtiKuatlrM Jacksonville.Mrs. salve will soften and heal the cracks been visiting his parents for a
1, x. 70: A. ),(. Long returned Tuesday to Fort
6.16 P. M. Benning, Ga. but wW not whiten your hand few days.
1 Y. For Palatka H. A. Bishop, Miss Nina Hence it will not take the place of Mr; and Mr. Hugh Rahn of COMPACTSJEWELRY *",
N. band lotions and if '
A W..teo..d your creams you
,nly 1:10: A. M. Bishop. Miss Frances Peek, and Mrs ;J. E. Wilson and Mrs. J. strive for white hands. Ralford were Sunday dinner ,.,
1 a' 8:10 *. M. Mrs. J. G., Godwin, of the State M. Brownlee were In Jacksonville Get In the habit of using a'good guests of Mrs. Rahn's mother, r""
t bpt a. II0't11M Tally. Special Farm spent the week-end in Atlanta Tuesday visiting their sister, Mrs. hand softener every time you wash Mrs. Bonnie Mott. '\ \ .
10-40: A. M. witnessing the Georgia W. L. Wall who la ill In St. Vin your hands. It Just takes a few see. The many friends of Oliver ," 1:,
p, y. 7:10: P. :Arab Georgia Tech football game Sat- cent's Hospital. onds to smooth a few drops of lotion Hayes will regret to know that And Hundreds of Other
ratY 8'30 P. M. or a dab of cream over your he is critically ill at hlif home. .
urday night.
st Tally Special hands and you massage them as ;you .'
and Mrs. P.. M. Barefoot Friends of Mrs. Dave Green
Mr. go on to your next task. GIFT ITEMS
:0 Mrs. S. D. Phillips and daughter, If you have rtdgey nails that stain will be glad to know that she Is
Phone Suellen, were business visitors toJackaonvllIe I easily you will find that If you keep doing nicely after a major opera- *
9rr 96
Wednesday and I your nails coated ;with polish the tion at the Alachua County Hospital. -
ridges won't show quite so glaring-
Thursday of this week. 1,. : LARGEST ASSORTMENT OF
,Learn to'saveiftir: finger nails. Miss Nevada Palmer Is visiting
Mrs. Hyman Carleton of the Pick things up back on the cushion relatives In Blountntown. CHRISTMAS CARDS IN TOWN

A GIFT FOR Columbia Military Supplies, re- of ;your fingers": rather than on Miss Jeanett Robinson Is vlwltIng -
turned Tuesday morning from a the Up. Don't us xrour( index finger 'her parents at Florahome fora *
to dial a number use the eraser
2-weeks' pleasure trip visiting relatives few ddys.
end of a pencil. ,
YOURSELF In New York City. Rub warm oil Into the tips of :Mr: and Mrs: Alph A:Haisen of MONOGRAMMED STATIONERYAND

I your fingers around the cuticle.. Orlando are visiting relatives
New Beauty! Mrs. Ethel M. Biggs Mrs. A. Z. This will tend to make your nails here.
Adkino and Dotty Sue Biggs ,returned less brittle too, so that when you; Seaman 1st Class Eury Mott of CHRISTMAS CARDSf
proudly attain well-shaped nails you
home Sunday afternoon San Francisco Is visiting his par-
won't break them, the very first S e r -1 r :
after several days in St. v
spending thing. ,
YOU'VE been thinking about Augustine with Mrs. O. ;J. Grif Shape your nails every two or ents.Friends of Mrs. Otis Barry will PORTRAIT//
fin. three days. This will give: your be Interested to know that she is YOUR
gifts for everyone else hands a well-groomed look no matter
doing as well as can be expected Welcome
now, how about yourself? H. G. Connor spent Tuesday bow short .you.wear. S your nails. after a major 'operation at the Is Always A

You want to look your best with his son-in-law and daughter,' Rabbits and field mice can do Alachua County Hospital.Mrs. And Lasting Gift I.' ." !
not Mr. and Mrs. James F. Holllngs- real damage to newly set out fruit Ousele' Feagle and daughter .
during Christmas so why
worth, on his way to accept a trees. They gnaw the tender bark Juanita, were shopping: In .
come in for a permanent, and position in a Jewelry store in of young trees In the winter when Gainesville Saturday.Conservation t I

facial. and 'manicure?-treat Tampa.Air most other sources of food are
gone. Small meshed hardware .
yourself relax and cloth is splendid protection for fruit Meet : HollywoodCamera
." ;,.fff"/,!., Cadet Ralph Rhodes, at trees. Circle the trunks with a bandof ,
be lovely Christmas.. present stationed at the Air Force the mesh making it at least a The County Agricultural Conservation I
baalc training .school, Bainbridge, foot in height and listening It firmly. Committee will hold its
Ga., spent the week-end here with to the ground. 'A annual meeting for election of

CALL FOR AN APPOINTMENT TODAY his mother, Mrs. D. A. ,Monteith, Mrs. W. H. No1 man spent last committeemen for 1943 on Sal- & Gift 'ShopCall

and Mr. Monteith. week In Sebring with. friends.. urday. Dec. 12, at 10 A, M. Every
Conservation signer Is requested

Mrs. Mae Edwards had as Mr O. J. Griffin of St. Augustine to be present, County Agent L. T. St. At Railroad Starke Florida
STARKE BEAUTY SHOPPE Thanksgiving dinner guests Mrs. Is spending awhile here with Dyer states, as the meeting 'Is
_._ .
Fay Gill of Starke and Mr. and her daughter, Mrs. Ethel M. very Important. -------------- ---.

Mrs. E T. King and Mr. and Mrs. Biggs.
Bob- .. trL!! !'a
96 i Phone 96' W. K. Wilder and daughter 'f. -- -- -- -- '-;'

ble Gene, all of Jacksonville.Miss Mrs. Rosa Duncan of Lake,But
--. I ... ....-----0 ler was a Thanksgiving Day guest F I ;i
Gayle Sewell, who Is at- of her son and daughter-in-law,' atIffweaPRICES

tending the Florida State Collegefor Mr and Mrs. K. G. Duncan. ,
NAT SEZ: Women at Tallahassee, arrived

here yesterday and is spending Mr and Mrs. S. A. ,Weldon and
I know of at least one woman In FiniEST
this town who reads my ad. several days with her parents, Mr. children spent Thanksgiving Day I
and Mrs. W.i B. Sewell, and also in Winter Park with Mrs. Wel- I
This l mornIng. when I had given with friends in Gainesville. don's parents, Mr4and Mrs. D. R.
. t ," i2 up aU hope she brought me a bag Shaffer.Mr IS
V, /(1 full of old silk hose and believe Philip Manna, who has! been

It or not she was the first one employed at the shipyards in and Mrs. E. L. Jordan and J ,

this week ceptln' my wife., San Francisco, Calif., for the past on. Harold of Ovedlo were weekend r
On Deo. 7th the Jape started several months, arrived Wednes- guests of Mr., and Mrs. T. J, J 4,#9' b"M
Hhootln at iia with scrap we Hold day for a brief visit at his home Griffin. Mrs..Jordan is a sister s r

them. U you are patriotic and here before taking up his duties of Mrs Griffin Mr. Carrie Hitch J f ( <<

want to get even, bring In your with the Navy as a member of and Miss Annie Darby; I
old Uk hone and we'll vend 'em the Seabees.

.back to Tokyo. Mrs. K. G. Duncan and chil- I 1/!i (
Mrs. W. H. Graham and little dren, Kasper and Margaret Rose,, 1 IS

I LIFEHoleprnof lIOn Hank, have rented a houseat Mrs O. L. Beasley. Mrs. R. B !; ..' ,4f:& ! ;Jacksonville Beach and moved Wnar Miss Kay Wear, John Wear,, : ; 1 J*' :

r there Tuesday to be near Mr. Graham Mrs. W. B. Sewell and daughter.. (\ 1 ,
.. .
stationed with the ..... .
who is Miss Virginia Sewell and Mr. and II .a, .
Navy at Mayport. They were Mrs W. G Hall were in Jack
EEErN PN VOGUE accompanied to their new home! sonville Wednesday of last week )] ," !! "*'f; b

by Mrs. D. A. Monteith. attending the circus: ,
We are now in position ,to take care of "your :: ,

Paul Knight, who is with the BROOKERIly "'
2nd Post Bund at Camp Croft, holiday needs.* ; ,

S. C., wa the guest of his parents ,Afr siL i './O. IlaxmtYQUNG ,. .' : : :.

Col. and Mrs. D. E. Knight. MARINE:'.IIONOttEDMrs. & See our large selections, of Xmas Cards,. someta ,; J1
He left
4. Ciff several days this Daisy FUhsr! Miss Madeline beautiful. Xmas *:,;>
ofr Thursday for a business trip to Crosby, and 'Mrs.: Myrt Ice at 50c and $ I .00, that are really

New York City before' returningto Nichols entertained\ with a party tags, ribbons cord, seals, stamps and cellophane,
Camp. I Wednesday night.. Nov. 25. at t1 ..
the Community. Center, honoring colored tissue and other wrapping: material ,
E. W. Hayes has ;.
Tax Assessor Albert Lee Crosby of the U.. S. ,

last spent week considerable at the time bedside during of the his Marine short visit.Corps' who During wu th*home evening fora Just ,received a new shipment of Shakespeare ,

brother critically, P.ill, O.at his Hayes borne. who near to many enjoyable games were play-won fishing reels, also True Temper rods, Heddon ,
and prizes In bingo ,
Brooker. P. O. Hayes has been by Misses Martha Lee Rimes and Minnows, casting line, Johnson, spoons Al Fdssy;''t\ .
but only re- :
l< ill for two years,
Dorothy Crosby Lat. in ,the *
.l 'sickness enter the ', ., ,
.rM1y, -..*.- cently did his evening the hostesses served hot baits. : r
vrt critical stage. chocolate and cookie to about "

,Luxsheer Rayons Mrs. George B.- Flynn returned.' 4ft guests affair who, attended this ,delightful Our stock of Evening in Paris gift sets, Coty,' ,

Y t .P. home Saturday evening from Hudnut, Wrisley, Elmo and many others. are J1
i Columbus, ,Ga., where she west WEINER BOAWI'
; ; Exclusive Beauty Lock process to be with her sister :Mrs. R. G.. Mrs.' James Cason and Mr*. L. 4 moving fast, better make your selection now, and "

il. preserves first'wearbeauty! High Kidd. who has been dangerously .- Hazen entertained, Wednesday '
avoid disappointment. ,:: 8J
? twist-the' ,secret of increased 111, Mrs.: Kldd's! friend are gladto nights Nov25, with a Weiner ; ,
,; F / elasticity, resistance 'to snagging! hear that .he i* now Improve Roast<<,' honoring' their' daughters '" n- J1

Sheerer! Duller! u' tag and baa been moved from' Betty Suer ands Minnie. Lou. .The Whitman and Hollingsworth Fine Chocolates;; !'i D

1'f the hospital to her home near; young people .e ,oyecS outdoor J
Three lengths -each properlY1 pro: welners and all sizes also chests and fancy boxes .
tt Fort Bennlng, Ga. games and reacting in Cedar ,, :
portioned to exacting standards manhmallow around the tIre.LI'rI'LK '

4 for perfect fit, supreme comfort, Mr. and Mrs. James L. Hair, of : I 2 2J
1, better wear! St. Petersburg are spending a

few Hair's days parents In 8tark l Mr.visiting and Mr Mrs.. The'wa Little held W at men'l.the usual Club meetIng time- I J COCK 2Jrug' Store

$1.00 $1.15 $1.35Sternberg's Frank C. HoUingaworth.'and her last Friday night at the Martha Community J f
brother and sister-in-law. Mr. and Center.. ,
Mrs. James F. Holllngsworth. Mr. Lee Rimes and Miss Dorothy

Hair has been employed by a Crosby were bosjes es.Mioai ., STARKE, FLORIDA gFIt
large airline company. and will. Eva Faye Gainey won ,

leave in a few days for Kansas high 'prize.Ronnie a Mott box of won powder consola, and 1 gtt tQ +Q Qt 4s '+4I+ 4t A ''q '41 A p 1 l p Ql gl

I City, Mo., to take up his work. Mils .

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1+ ..- -- : Monteith; Saturday Mrs. E. E.I! ton, 'Chief Observer

CROSS the Civilian Defense Offices and I Miniature Tags Lansing; Sunday Mrs.. W. 'ford County el, the
RED the Rationing Board whenever Wlmberly. Or Me H. A. M.I I 29. Tclegraph tel
called upon. The clerical assistance Oa&4i.
-APPEAL- rendered by these business
On Sale TuesdayBradford
girls and army wives so freely
A rolumn "by, for and .koat"tk and graciously Is deeply appreci-
ttml ('ro.. Work In Hl.rli., ated by the entire organization of W '(fI
"How Win Friend" rh.
4t Hrvparcd fcr lit." IHrtntirm.Mrs. Author of to ; County will par-
the Red Cross Chapter and by
I,. A. Davis newly ap- those whom they have so willingly and Influence People." ticipate during 1943 In the savingof wUb/Marorltsri

e 1ih pointed Chairman o f Volunteer assisted. 100 tons of metal from the *
r Special Service for Bradford Publicity Chairman Mrs. Junlu State of Florida for war indus-
'TM d { County Chapter of Red Cross, Smith reports that recruiting ot tries b y purchasing miniature
1 ; called a staff meeting of all Committee volunteers goes on endlessly by automobile tags Instead of the
t Chairmen Tuesday morn- the Publicity Dept., for every bulky ones. They went on Bale HIP: ANTED
!I ing. Problems of the Production other department than itself and THE $96,000 LETTER Tuesday. Dec. 1. in the office of

i room were discussed and It was that a few volunteers could be. Would you like to read a letter that earned ninety-six. C. A. Knight Tax Collector.
d decided that a meeting would be used in this department. thousand dollars? From the standpoint of buying FLORIDA MOTOR LINES' continuing contribution of its
held at the Legion Home on VOLUNTEER FOR VICTORY It was written to Jack London by George P. Brett presi- metal the purchaser this year trained men to fill key positions in the armed forces has
f Tuesday Dec. 8, at 2 P. M. All TODAY AT THE PRODUCTION dent of the Macmillan company.. George Brett was a brilliant will get "cheated," since the new opened desirable and important positions in this cues
1 w b members of the Production Corps ROOMS IN TIlE LEGION HOME, editor and a brilliant psychologist. tags will be only two or three Inches tial industry. This i is e War of Transportation and
are urged to be present; also new; THE RED CROSS'CHAPTER Jack London had sent him the manuscript of a novel wide or long, but It will Florida Motor lines employees are doing their bit !
L s41 volunteer There are a numberof ROOMS AND CIVILIAN DE- entitled "The Call of the Wild." Brett wrote London that serve the same purpose as the plying vital transportation to all phases of the war effJT
Jobs to be done In production FENSE OFFICES IN THE ARM- and will cost Just as The is to YOU
ORY. he liked it, but he didn't think it would be very popular.An larger ones opportunity now open to loin tV:, war:
*" t y that do not require sewing or much! essential
r about 10 cent of the sale price. group.
d and author usually gets per
+ knitting-such as packing
"fl I shipping, sorting materials and Block Leaders But George Brett wanted to buy this manuscript outrightfor The metal tab bears the yellow.
L4 mending donated cloths. All of $4,000. So, after making this cash offer he went on to number 43 on a blue background.It 42 FOB MEN

J these departments need close supervision Urge Public say (I quote from Irving Stone's biography of Jack London will designation be attached on over this the year's1

IL a lid. more extensive To Share MeatBlock "A Sailor on Horseback"): year Also stamped on the tab COACH OPERATORS: Age 21 and up: good(
k plates.
!t 1 organization la desirable. Volunteer "I would like to try an experiment in relation to this la the license number of the tag Driving: experience (heavy equipment preferred),
+ for Victory by going to your Leaders under Civilian book putting it out in a very attractive typographic form to which it will be attached. & feet 7 inches 150 pounds minimum 8th grade
l Production Rooms in the Legion Defense are doing a" magnificentJob and spending a large sum of money in endeavoring to giveit Every car will have the same education (High School preferred).
.4 t home next Tuesday and volun and.thus assist the sale of not only
; In the "Share-the-Meat" cam- wide circulation your Florida number It how has. Stewards Garage !
,, M teering for work. Employe a
paign. Mrs. Junius Smith Chief already-published books, but of those still to come. The accompanying sticker for
{ Mrs. W. B. Sewell Chairman Now, let's analyze what Georga Rrett, has done, so far the windshield Is round and about
of Canteen, reported that the nuS1" Block Leader states that, numer- in this letter: First he has made an offer of $4,000 spot three Inches in diameter. It bears FOB MEN and WOMEN
trition class Is being well attended ous reports are already in the of cash to a writer who is in debt; second he has agreed to the State seal and the name of
9' and the Canteen swung into ac- flce this week. These reports print the book in a way that will appeal to the eye; third the Motor Vehicle Commission.The Ticket Baggage Clerks
Aoents. Bookkeepers
tion Monday by serving a lunch- mean that man woman and Calculators -
he has agreed to spend "a large sum of money" in adver- color is yellow on a red
li) eon for those attending the morning child In Starke Is being given the Stenographers Typists, Clerks Janitors
fourth he points out that the advertising campaignwill background. -
tising; and Cleaners
Disaster Preparedness
? session of the following Information by neighbors -
, Institute. This Corps and friends: bring London additional royalties on his old books. Henry J. Drlggers, State motor
+, will be of invaluable use In time Our armed forces and allies So far, so good. But-and there is a big "BUT" here- vehicle commissioner, said that It has always been our policy to give preference in em.
1 z of emergency and is making plans must get meat enough-and on George Brett realized that at this point Jack London may persons who are getting Florida ployment to men and women living along our routei.
* time. Our meat supply this feel he is being high pressured. He knows London may license plates this year for the If you are interested, mail postcard or letter, giving
render the largest In history. But yearIs It say: "Why is George Brett so eager to do all this for me? first time will receive ,1042 tags name, address, age sex, and indicate position you ars
county. must feed our armies our allies, Maybe he feels this book will have a tremendous sale. May- along with the 1943 cover tab and best suited for. to PERSONNEL DIRECTOR FLORIDA

,, Mrs. R. A. Green Chairman and ourselves. It la estimated be he is trying to secure a bargain for himself." the sticker. MOTOR LINES JACKSONVILLE FLA. An application
y of Staff Assistants reported the that there will be a shortage of) Just at the time when Jack London might have been blank will be mailed to you. and if you are acceptable
organization has completed most meat for civilian consumption of building up a resistance and arguing against the proposal, Volunteers Needed and position Is open, arrangements will be made for a
of the hours necessary In the three billion pounds for the comIng Brett made a brilliant stroke. He added: "But don't let personal interview and 'urther consideration.
training period and Is helping inn year. However. If each person me overpersuade you in this matter. The decision is en- Volunteers are still needed to
the Observation
keep Airplane
will only use his fair share ol tirely in your hands; and if you decide not to accept the % Ills ,,
Post! manned 24 hours day.
meat, there will be no shortage cash offer we will publish the book in due course under the Those who are willing to per serve on .*
and rationing will be unnecessary "
of agreement.
terms our
Monday please see Mrs. GeorgeB.
A "fair share" of meat has been Jack London accepted the offer of the four thousand in Flynn; Tuesday Miss Sara
estimated at 2 1-2 lbs. per week cash. He was "glad to get it, for it was four times as muchas Poythresa in Charley Johns' of- ilORIDAMOTORllNESTHE '
SHOE for adults 1 1-2 Ibs. per week for "
r any of his other books had earned. But on a royalty fice; Wednesday Mrs. Grace
children 6-12 and 3-4 lbs. per basis, "The Call of the Wild" would have earned him a \VaInwrlht; Thursday Miss Ida-
under six
week for yearsof
fig- hundred thousand. lou Davis; Friday, Mrs. D. A. !< wa.wl3.1
REPAIRINGKSt age. This means pounds
ured "bone in" and "fat on."

Poultry, fish, and variety meata-
such as liver, kidney, brains,
tongue-do not need to be counted -

{ in your 2 1-2 pounds. MOST IMPOBTAM

st practice Listen to your block leader

WHILE YOU WAIT tion she brings you. When you do
t this you are directly aiding our
many boys In service, also bring-
All Work Guaranteed ing Victory that much closer
Only Highest Quality

Leather Used PermitsCity
'1.,. ,. ";
Clerk Carl Johna": under
''BROWNSTEEN'SSHOEREPAIR date of Nov. 20, Issued to HarveyM.
Mlxon a building permit for
$175 for the purpose of erecting
uJ'OIOII From Potitoffice on the corner of Westmoreland
and Third streets a frame residence -
14 x 26 feet. .

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;{jj ._--- --- -p __U_______ ________T ( The 9 Billion Dollar Victory Loan


t Drive Is On !


I -1 RIDE THE BUSSES' This week the United States Government particulars. There is MO limit; to the. amount.

i. begins the task of borrowing nine billion that can purchase.
i.i __ Courteous, Correct Information BUY THESI VICTORY 2>V.
dollars from accumulated savings and idle
1 Given You At NOWfunds
Today many American I families are torn
in the several weeks
next M an essential
' ... T-rem ,... Vfa ft* cm bowl* AMDmmbtt
UNION BUS STATION ; apart.Millions have left their homes their
part of winning the war more. quickly' .. or ; is,I9M,olbbb Pi cs mhu U.
,"' \\L. .-. jobs; thousands have given their lives and uses....la coupon oc Mfbund torn
and more completely. M doe option of dM ..,.... CaanMfcfal
*. many more are prepared to do so. ...ki win not W pmkud. 10.bold. dive
During esc critical weeks you probably ......tuna M jwn.,.**dM...of 4....
"WHY GO FISHING ? But the !*-ka.asko.d.aao..r.ayetlgible
will be visited. by a representative. of one of government your government .Lwsoarrrp-fdtw. .__.,.......

GO TO NEWSOME'S MARKET"Fresh the securities firms" or banks which are con- is not asking you to give anything to this .-0.w..w..soo.tribu ,.J-1$...' DM.. IS.Tho fcood.

Water'and. .Salt Water Fish Shrimp etc. ..."g their time and effort-without Nine Billion Dollar Driye. It b asking you UNUXM. b dM mat of dM d.di Ww.

Live and Dressed Poultry Fruits and Vegetables of any kind-to the Victory to Umd it all of the money you can possibly madaed 1IoIdw..Icompensation .........ma for dw,..,..of Mt.

Fund Committee. He will explain to invest in what is the safest investment in w .faUml; .
you TM. *omr M dl ellI1... &-1lot
NEWSOME'S MARKET instance,the benefits that you can obtainthe world-at a good rate of Interest. tea lye ft am BMM....JMM IS,,,..
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f'' -". III:. I.lichtfoot. Factor
SUCCESSFUL 91 N. WalM Street Norris
i Church School' IIU A. AI.I Kathleen Says :
MornllllJ Worship 11:00 A. St.H. .
I T. U. '7:00: P. M.
iW9 iiliii Evenlnu: Worship H:00: p. Y.Wednesday .
: PARENTHOOD I Worship 8:00 P. M.
\\Vc Must All Be Hopeful and Undaunted
.. U. C. Pt.......IU _.... .
Bell S.ndl"etfl-WNU Feature.
UMt N. Ckarrk StreetChurch
G School 10'00 A. M.
Sunday 1: A. M.
I. MEL CATHBUNt CONBAO, DWABT Young p o"r.hlfot 1*? M.Kveninic :
: Worship 1:00: P. M
JUaockto Uhoc. Vemala NqaaIae Wednesday Worship 8:00: P. L.aT. 4 'nyr s

'HEALTH CERTIFIED' SERVANTSMany ft....... M'IIK'Fred v.s.PI..corAL...... tlcvtor 1 1j
::4:4Y aoM N. TbMrrli Street
t Church Srhool 10.00: A. M.
families which never before yourself. (3) Employ for the care Sunday Worship 11-00: A M.
have entrusted the Care of the of children only those who have hada Sumlar Wvenlnif 7:10: P. M.
children to outsiders it Friday loJvenlnlf 7:80 P. M.
are finding lung X-ray showing freedom Holy Days 10:00 A. M. t
necessary to do so nowadays for from tuberculosis. (4) Ask your
one of many current reasons, employment family physician and local medical rinse PIIKStlYTKIIlAVH -!'

of the mother being the society to encourage medical ". C'h... II. "II... P..tor1MN
d most common. This brings to the examination of domestic employeesand North Oirrr as.l 4 \ / .
fore the importance of having issue health cards on evidenceof Church School 10:00: A. MSunday \
l Worship 11-00:: A. M.
healthy workers in the home. good health. (3) Enlist the helpof Senior Crusader eon P. M. :;
The serious disease most frequently employment agencies as is already Intermvillnte Youth 6:00: P. M.
l t MOde transmitted by a servantto in practice In certain com Evening Worship 7:00: P. M.
members of a household is tuber. munities. Request them to assistin

culosis. Since there are reliable creating a group of "Health Certified MT. niWAiliv riTlioi.u:
methods for discovering the presence Servants." (6) Do not try to ttv. Th.... J. Mu..."". l...t..r 1t
of this disease it would seem force compulsory examinations by Temple "v...*
that an examination would be the legislation since this is manifestly Early Mnmi 11:00: Nets A.lr M.Irlvlna *..

least parents could demand for the unfair and unpopular. Instead try Hnnilay. Mann\ 9:00 A. M.
.""j safeguarding of their children. .1, to stimulate good feeling and the Week Day Mann 8:00 A. U.
'R There are. however, stumbling I co-operation of all by a campaignof \ % kf
\ blocks in the way of securing health I education to establish public sentiment KI U'.1V I.4KM' IMITIMTllrv. f 4
: certificates; from domestics one of In favor of this health II. M. Tnlnm.. .'..l.rKvrvlcea I

)10- I which is the feeling on their part I movement. aehuolla livery SundaySundry A. M.Murriliiff .

Yuletide Plum Pudding and Fruit CakeSee that this is discriminatory. Why There are precautions to be taken WorBhlp-11 A. M. f s ;
( Recipes Below.) they ask should they supply health too against spreading less se- -- /
certificates unless their employers rious infections such as colds. Set O"I'L Huhuul '1'each"1I1'1"LorU N.4'I.teRibtn Lay at (r.

do since they are as apt to con an example of good hygiene In this a r. M.luvanicellatl0. I} "
I Cakes '1" Puddin'sI tract disease from the family as to respect by teaching the children to Service Sunday -..
Thin Week's Menu transmit it? use disposable handkerchiefs and to evening 8lft.Illblu : .
-the heart is and Tomato Juice A campaign of education is needed wash their hands before touching Siiuly Tuesday. Kvonlns' ,-
where 8:16: -In Mission Hull.
I tradition is. And Fried Fish Fillets With to prove to workers that food. See that the dally menus Children'. Bible l.eHBon & Choral //i
BII it what is Lemon Garnish there are advantages to themselvesin contain plenty of milk, fruit, and work Wednesday. a 1'. M. 5-
that' tradition Broccoli Au Gratin periodic health check-ups. It Is green vegetables and that the sup Victory I'rayvr Group ThursdayKvaniellstlo
1' M. qiy
to a large extent Mashed Potatoes certainly worth the time trouble ply is sufficient for the help as well II ; Sleeting Friday \
what foods you and expense to find out whether as for the children. No one in your night 8:15.
serve. If you really Perfection Salad Anything is wrong in time to nip it home especially one doing the hard

want to makeit Apple Brown BettyBeverage in the bud and there's nothing like work of housekeeping can keep 4-nrncii <>Kllnrrr ('lnu ST
a seasonfor the comfort of knowing all is well. well on a skimpy diet. Sometimesa I'lcK.p. Ml.l.lrrIU1 11144. }
eyed In the meantime here are suggestions helper may have acquired faulty >1<1 Study 10:00 A. M. '
starry Lord'sSupper
for the such at Mornlnir Worship and The Dwa .
part parents can eating habits as
[ 11:00: A. M.
and 1 ,
brightness teaspoon soda
play in safeguarding the health of sweets or eating only meat and potatoes fcvenlim: Warship 7:30: P. M. fir.
twrn-to-goodneae good cheer 1 teaspoon salt their children: before coming to you. Try Thursday Worship 7:30: r. M. In these frying limes 'keep every detail of your hniimherping. wifehood nd

b i holiday with all the food 3 teaspoons cinnamon (1> Ask servants or other house your best to persuade her to eat TRAIN SCHEDULE mothering a. simple/ gentle' sweet and confident ft though ".00. were really inview.
Mt& like frosted fruited cook. 1 teaspoon each cloves nutmeg hold employees for a "health refer balanced meals both for her own .
I Jut spicy fruit cake and a ginger ence" as you\ do for a character sake and because a half-well per SouthboundNo.

|i Hiding mellowed to wonder. Cut prunes into small pieces com.blne reference. (2) Set an example by son is not as a rule an amlabl 1 (local) due Starke 11:15: By KATHLEEN NORRISBETTY r
pdlleu. with other fruits and all-bran. i having a thorough examination companion for children. SO MUCH GAINED
that she
PM.No. writes me
.uttiese preparations now-for Add prune juice. and mix well. --- ---- 191 (Miami due Starke Kathleen Norris believes

Inftdients of Xmas cakes pud- Blend butter and sugar thoroughly {WOODLAWN GUM BRANCH 10:38: PM a nervous woman that at soon a* you make up

fmt cookies take on a charm add eggs and flavoring. Add bread By Alice Grove lly Mm. T. N. Norman No. 108 (local) due Starke. 9:28: has not been one your mirul that war inevitably

favor-with age. Preparationsk crumbs and flour sifted with spices. AM. before anyway. But in these mean worry and disrom fort
Blend In fruit mixture. Stir until There was a mistake concerningthe :Mr. and Mrs A. D. Norman NorthboundNo.
| map if you budget a day days, she says she is continually and sacrifice, you trill appreciate
IIIIImg up fruit and nuts anJrtoy all fruit is well distributed. Fill starting date of the revival at spent part of last week with the 2 (local) due Starke 5:45: getting herself "wound more fully the simple

for mixing and baking, greased pudding molds twothirdsfull the Hellbronn Baptist Church. It latter'a parents Mr. and Mrs. R. AM.No. iilea.iuret you ran still enjoy.
make her
|third day for packing.for ; cover and steam 3Vi to 4 hours. In to start on Dec. 6 Instead of M. Johnson at Graham. 192 (through) due Starke up"; things nervous r'ach new book, each family

fruit cake-the cake I think the spicy lemon sauce goes Nov. 20. Everyone is invited to Miss Margaret Sapp spent the 6:23: AM. ; she can't sleep; every- dinner each friend will bet to

Jitaoit two dozen extra special well with the bland pudding. You'll\ attend. latter part of last week in Jacksonville No. 10S (through) due Starke thing seems to go wrong and much gained. Stop thinking

II. This year's fruit cake like. this one: Mr. and Mrs. P. B. Johns of and was accompaniedhome 6:43 PM. whichever way her thoughtsgo the might do
Lemon Sauce. by her slater and brother- No. 44 (through) due Starke of things you
I to the times uses honey Jacksonville were visiting: Mr. and they end in anxieties and time
(Makes 1% cups) Carlton and have a good
Imbues to save on your preV Mra. Graham. Crews last week. !in-law Mr. and Mrs. 3:28: PM.
ration: 1 tablespoon cornstarch Chastain of Jacksonville, and Calvin Reservation train panic. the things you mutt. Stop

wjar % cup sugar end.Mr. Storuno of Norfolk Va. Stark and Dell "Mind you this isn't all imaginary worrying about rationing, an4
Fruit Cake. and Mrs. Marlon Boatright i I
U teaspoon salt Mr. and Mrs. J. N. Norman No. 101 leaves Starke 7 AM. ," she defends herself. do the best you can with what

(Hakes II pounds) 1 cup water of Lawtey were visiting A. W. and Mr. and :Mraj L. G. Normanand No. 102 arrives Starke 1:30:: "At37 I've done some of you have. If it i. true that
i butter or ether shortening Graves and family Sunday even-
2 tablespoons lemon juice Ion.
I brown little daughter. Lynda, were PM. .burdened and eventful living, and business at wttaf it no
sugar 1 teaspoon grated lemon Ing. visiting Sam Norman and family Dally except Sunday I'm not the kind of woman to go to er the order of the day it it .
|tm, well beaten
1 egg yolk Wiley Groves has Just returned near-XJew' River .JSunday_ that "btuinett
reasonable at
pieces for nothing. A "
I IcXeer'tJ'J
boiey .._, 4 "
'! butter
tablespoon home from three-day visit In '
) molasses < Mix cornstarch, sugar and salt Mr. and Mrs. Vanlce Keen and CARD OF THANKS amount of trouble or disappointment at pattible" it yourresponsibility
Brooksvllle with relatives.M
little son of Lawtey were visiting I have always been
or sacrifice .
|'eq tweet cider thoroughly. Add water.. Heat to
I lifted cake floor boiling 'and cook until clear and and Mrs. Steve Starling Mre. T. Overstreet Sunday. We wish to express our sincere able to handle. But this year everything -

n i baking powder thick stirring constantly. Add lem Lawtey visited Mr. and Mrs. Miss Marie Sapp left Sundayfor appreciation to all who renderedup seems to be topsy-turvy and you although you don't list it. Is

Itaipoon cloves on Juice rind, and pour slowly over Luther Milliard Sunday afternoon. Norfolk, Va.. where she will any services or kindness during my nerves likewise and I don't war. To womankind the state of
and Mrs. Willie Groves of her slater Mrs. A. Chap to handle myself at all.
Mr. visit
Ifatpoon seem
cinnamon beaten egg yolks. Cook another minute the sudden death and burialof being at war is like a perpetual
|*upoon maceIliad and add butter. Baldwin were visiting his brother, "To give you an Idea of the situa nagging headache a perpetualweight

I candled pineapple Fig Maple Podding. Wiley Groves Sunday afternoon. man.Mr.. and Mrs. J. C. Sapp and our beloved husband and tlon," the letter goes on, "I have a on the heart, a perpetual,

|Mid candled cherries (Serves 51) children of Sampson City were father, D. W Moore. Also for doctor husband ten years older than restless misery of soul. These conditions

I dales seeded and sliced K pound figs CARD OF TIIANKS visiting Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Sapp the 'beautiful floral I offerings.. I am. Because so many of the keep her in a nervous quiver

d I raisins y4 cup maple syrup We want to thank our many Sunday. May God bless each- of you! younger men are called to the services so that little dally disappointments
I currant.thud boiling watery friends who assisted us so kindly Miss Dorothy Norman of Starke he Is listed as indispensable.. and upsets usually so unimportant
I M cup and Thanksgiving with her -Mrs. D. W. Moore and which merely means that he has to her Into a frenzy.
citron thinly sliced cup sifted flour during our sad bereavement spent par aggravate
I Had candled le non and or- 1)4) teaspoons baking powder to thank everyone for the beau ents, Mr. and Mrs. T. N. Norman.J. children. do doubled trebled duty and be on Now Bettlna, unwind. Just take
p Peel J4 teaspoon salt tiful floral offerings.Miss S. Sapp and sons, Felix and call at all hours of the day the ravelled'ends of those nerves

[Itllld nuuneats, chopped 1>4 tablespoons sugar Ida Sweat, brother and Eldon Sapp, made a business tripto Office Sup p nes. Bradford 'night My brother aged 20, aviation Is a and smooth them off and tuck them
A Telegraph.'TOP navy aviator; he was studying down deep into the big generous,
Dour once measure add bake 3 tablespoons shortening sisters.: Gainesville Monday. County before the war and naturally
jowder! and spices and sift % to % cup milk quiet center of your soul. Tell your.
of the service
that branch
turned to
self that whatever Is transpiring on
Cream theI 'I. Soften figs in cold water cut in
but it Is killing my mother; and my the wide battlefields of the world

:b r' add thor lug- IIIIIII!,'d""Ii,' dish.halves Mix and syrup place with in greased boiling baking water THAT 10% BY NEW YEAR'S" father December has fretting lost 23 pound..ince about Bartley.last will outbreaks not be, your helped wakeful by your nights nervous your

ally, and /liI..': ... ,i; and pour over flgs. Cover dish and
togetherllht ./ <.::o" steam for Vt hour. Sift dry ingredients Iler Baby a Problem. Impatient complaints of matters on
and l e! I together cut in shortening with "My daughters present to me only the home front.
usual problems of schooling This fearful war will end will pass
Add eggs. 1lf, pastry blender or knives, add milk the
general guidance Into history with other wars and
peel nuts, and mix lightly. Remove baking straightening teeth
molasses dish from steamer. Pour batter 1' ; but my baby a boy of six. the women who serve America loyally .

cider. Add flour gradually over figs return to steamer for 1 C has an eye ailment that means con and bravely now will take their

M ((8 by 8 by 2 inches) pans. hour, This pudding provides its own stant care as it fluctuates from 'not places beside those other heroic
y l
with greased in slow I 0 '.o good' to 'Improved and back to women who helped to give us our
JwO( degrees) 3 to 3V4 hours. Ever hear of putting a raw appleor 'not so good again. country and helped to build It strong
anxieties and firm In the crises that followedthe
static ;
"These are my
in the cookie jar-or
pudding gets my vote as slice of one
*Wghly when any trifle is added to them
desirable still
for the tam -if you wars.Remain
|*+n at Christmas. have one to keep like an unforeseen expense, an unwelcome Undaunted.
-4' guest or invitation. a tiresome Keep three girls, one weary; man.
Plum cookies fresh? ) ,I'You've
or troublesome Interruption of one delicate child happy through
Wakes( 3 1-qoart molds) no idea 't." ? any kind I seem to collapse. I this hard time. Reduce meals to a

IfK! prunes cooked how delicious ,-' .... 1 feel that I could actually lose my minimum of serving and cooking:
ft caps currants these fruity cookies '"iv,, ?ft ::111\JJ\ wits. My faithful kitchen helper have one-dish dinners and serve
If ,
I"P raisins will taste Cl1i'll has gone into defense work after them In the kitchen If you like but

r Opt citron chopped you follow the 12 years with me; In three monthsI from now on have your mood always
I"* preserved above prescription. In and undaunted. Think hope
orange peel cookies are have had seven changes my sunny
lip candled cherries chopped Made-with-honey kitchen and have done most of the -hope for the brother In the service
tip nutmeats broken much akin to fruit cakes and plum work myself.: i for the busy doctor for the little son

-I ill-bran pudding in that .they need to ripen &I\gyJ1I "With a doctor's hours and doc -hope for America and all It stand

1.*P Juice from prunes and mellow: tor's telephone to consider and the for. And meanwhile keep every detail

J cups butter or substitute Christmas Fruit Nuggets.' care. of four children, I am on the : of your housekeeping, wifehood.

capS| sugar H cup shortening I W'iI- go sometimes from morning until I mothering, as simple gentle, sweet

I ten heateD 1VS) cups honey night, which I never have minded confident as though peace were real

l 'Pooa vanilla extract 2 fit vwr.f4 before but which now seems to ly In view and a great wave of
lips loft white bread crumbs;; '3 cups cake floor reduce me to a constant state of brotherhood and rebuilding and relief
lips i flour {. teaspoons baking powder readiness for tears and hysteria. I and security were washing over

K teaspoon salt want to fo to bed and pull the covers the world.
M teaspoon each cloves cinnamon : % \ over my head and stay there For that peace will come and

nutmeg for five :years!" when it does you don't want It to

lltr.nLynn Says H cup milk Well )Bettlna, as far as that goes, I find you a wrecked nervous, broken
"l Deeoratel! The fruit cakes H cup candled pineapple there are a good many of us who I woman who rouldn't! stand adversity. -

of.Pudding., of course! A clusfc 1 cup each candied cherries would like to crawl into a dark hole You want your husband to turn

for the next five years, knowing that I to you\ Instead with a grateful, loving
with leaves fashioned oi artl- Cream shortening, drizzle in! honey fearful crises and changes must 1. "she pulled us all through!
rose leaves makes at- and cream together. Add beam want girls! to "Ev
etlve an e take place In those five years, and You your gay
cake. and mix thoroughly. Sift dry said that Mother was simply
ynn11 eggs that we would emerge Into a saner eryone
be praised for Ingredients' together and add alter. wonderful." and want your
a rose and safer world. But Inasmuch as I you
made of gelatin candles nately with milk. Chop fruits mix and I are among the men and little boy with his eyes restored! like

led like lemon and orange together and dredge with flour before you women who must help to make those any other boy's eyes. to have his

lIIIentJJ Into thin lengthwise folding into mixture. Drop by change., and see that they are In mother to thank for the nursing that

Roll a slice tightly to teaspoonfuls into greased tins or the diryctlof' ) of Cod's peace and cured him.

center of rose and press tiny paper cups. Bake In moderate God's justice, we can't crawl to cover So gear down. Simplify. Just as

slices around it to make ((375-degree) oven for about 15 min just now without falling\ America we are' driving our cars frugally at

utes. and freedom and decency.We 35 miles in these days, drive yourself

SImpler de decorations> can be Lynn Chamber can tell you how to have to fight on. In our quieter steadily on a lower base of demand
of almonds tablt for family dinner of expectation; remind yourself
tif or other nut- dress UP your grooves, just as steadily and coura- ,
.forming flowers with can- or feiltviluu. give you menus for your geously and hopefully as our men that there ARE no easy times;

t: .. petals or centers.ae' pestle* or tell you how to balunct nutritionaliwniatds. your are fighting everywhere and everyone nothing/ can make them pleasant or
a wish
stare place It In air. meals in accordant backs down, goes yellow secure for everyone, but everyone
Just wri,. to h.,. npl COntainer and of who spares
for us
several weeks. "Intern NeuapaptrUniori. let herself be
apples may be placed In your problem 310 South at DfI.p/oinu SU.d. afraid delays the full force and worst of them ls by just so much

dine,. ind changed 8. they Chicago. Illinoi P*..". enelOH.lam" completeness of the result. lifting the burden and the sorrow ot

lire.a 'hrlveled. to provide "' -1/.1/ envelope for One of the things that distress the world.

air. .:: .w..w'Newspaper UaIoMI. c;.......,. CI........ Sleet

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III } S, PAQ5 EIGhT _ _ ______ .
_ _ _ -- Plaintiff
parents Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Harley Women at War I County Telprr"lIh Ceekt, dl"oro

LAWTEY Sr., Miss Harley is connectedwith OUR SERVICE MEN Order Wltne"In n..xt four IIhall....p.:,'

t'f t Ity F. II. G'arradlnePEA11L. St. Luke's Hospital In Jack Oevnted t*. ...... of fntrrent. roacernlM* rrr.i..' wmm&yymatK. *.*)*,'! Heal at Stark my.. :
: \ Hmdf<.r.l county hoyn MOW Mrrvlnir (Unrl Comber 2nd.OFFlclA .. 'Iorld"
: sonville. f U42, '
'4 I IIUtKOK DAY "Cam' (..rent* and rrlraxln .are anted torwwpemt (
rt ..r fcrtniclnic I. ..... nitd letter A. 81M!..)
't event Clerk "
What Is hoped to be a big; ttervlevmen ot Hald
\ It has been fortunately erroneously r, % Iron sac.away from home A. W. 1"0urt'
: fpel I in scheduled for Monday night. that James 'Red'Anders are 'almo re i..>.te l to write to theI'.I.wrel'b. "'Iorld",Chadwick. Jr Ht
reported AUy
n' \, reporllKB event*) mail activitlee fur I'ir la.
\ Dec. 7, at 8 o'clock. at the Methodist of the United State. Marines 't -
I..ret. _ -
of _ _
pn.: .J 1",1 .. ..... u (
"Pearl Harbor Duy"IH 'IRe-t'IT '
A ( ,
was lout at Gaudacanal. I 0 nT
i. I .uii f IN the occasion and the letters of letter to a Lawtey: resident ajBHur- TO HE A BOMHAIMKUBUI Leon RoNenbrrg who baa been : VICkYPaul Coi.,4Tw, fl'LO.tlU\\,Bit I

all of our local service men who ed his friends that Red was well I<:dward... who used to be in Tallahaaaee taking a basic Jood.E. flood ..

write ua, are to be read at that und having a grand time pot Sgt. Edwards!.!back In the days course in electricity as a memberof OftIEIt berendant OF r,".. St
meeting and each man to be pray Island. Red Reserve, was AND l'I'IIL1;
shooting rata on the when he was with Starke's erstwhile the Signal Corps I NOTICE To Aj:
____._ ed for Individually. A number of IH the son of Mr. and Mrs. OwenJ. National Guard Company, inducted Into the Army at Blan-I' flood STATio, Whot0: Oil' io'LORII'A to,

Washington D. C. (NWNS-With the Be i'vice men have already Anders of Jacksonville and renounced his rank to join the ding Monday, and Is now a full- North 6th Str..t.r"Hld.nc.liar

rationing now covering enough been heard from and parents interested Lawtey. Air Corps and IH now Pvt. Edwards fledged soldier in the Army Signal ) PflnsylvanI YOu are ,,.,

4 l products *o that It hat become a friends and everyone are Dally commuter to Jacksonville : a bombadler student at Corps. He expects to be sent VL January 4th.requlr.d. 1943. 10, a
: real concern of million of people. Invited to attend this i patriotic Mo. ] flamed Court I In I
include Bub He has been to Camp # and
from Lawtey Santa Anna, Calif. i : Olaltl" .. .au...
wJ 4 the Office of Price Admlnlitratlon service. There will be special ueks dlv..rv
here. which controls rationing is both vocal and Carter W. Fred Moore. Miss at his present station about two Order County Telegraph .hall. 'po,
4 being flooded with problems' of ma. musical Instrumental.numbers The entire meeting Dorothy Swanbom and Terry weeks being sent there from the Gerald Waters. who has been in I I i WIts In next my tour hand.....kl

, Tt Jor proportion Bennett. Miss Swanbom I la em Air Force re-clatwtflcatlon: centerat the Army about 15 months and isi Seal at Stark., 'Iurlda' an,
vein. ,
4 t Once more the OPA has learned will be In a patriotic ployed at the Florida State Boardof Nashville Tenn. now stationed at Camp Jackson, I '.. b..r I..t., 1942. till

: that any announcement of a shortage METHODIST CHURCH Health while the other commuters Columbia. S. C., Is in Starke on a I Methods of warfare. have changed (A.OFFICIAL Clerk of SEA Maid: !.) "J
? leads to Immediate rush buyIng Court
.,Lt L and thus battens the shortage. Herbert. Haxzard. IOMwr are connected with the Comer Long who was Inductedat 14-day furlough and Is visiting his since the Indian roamed the American 13-4 4t 12-25

si4 ::1 i Even In the case of butter. a prod. Rev.Sunday School 10 A. M. new Shipyard. Blanding last! Friday left uncle R. 1... Crews. Before en- desert and so have the fashIons IN (,1I'e-1'1T <'Ol''r-<

*t1 ... uct on which It would be foolish to Morning Worship, Communionand Mrs. J. S. Austin spent Wedrneaday there Thursday for parts un- tering the Army he was an em- war. of Here the we American see Chief woman Gray Fox at ca..tY(:'Ote're': ; FLORin\,lilt I
hoard because of spoilage the announcement Allen Longof ploye at the Union Bus Station
her' known. His brother W. T.
Jacksonville visiting Smith
Communion Message. In and Princess Ions showier" Colette Ph11ntlrr
: y of the freezing of 50
per cent of the nation's butter reserves Evening Wonthlp at 8 P. M. daughter Mr*. Billy Edwards. Chicago. plans to join the hero. Coy of the WAACs an Indian torn Smith OnnEn 1fenant.IIII', ('a.. N,
7 P. M. Townsend WILt In Merchant Marine at an early lorn. This took place during theWomen' AND NOTICE PUILI.\.
, .::1 brought: an overnight buyIng Youth Fellowship Mrs. Aubrey HIS COMMISSION To AI'
International Expositionof 010'
surge and consequently an overnight Works." Jacksonville whopping Tuesday. date. io'I.oHIDA
Subject: "Faith and Smith when.
George Managua, who has just Arts and Industries In New York.
44- / scarcity in retail stores. Monday evening at 8.P. M. aPeol'l R. C. 'Bob' Moore of Raleigh, known
1 The machinery for rationing food service of several days with his Storekeeper 3rd Clan "'m. E. received his commission as second You are r.qlllr,.d 10
*. products such .* colTee and sugar Harbor Day N. C., spent the mouthsof lieutenant In the Signal Corps January. 4th. 1943. In a t
H. Plununcr Is
Mrs. J. named
, In the Mr. and a.y Court'and
,, for men ,
our young parents
is now operating: quite smoothly. prayer completing a course at Officers 1 plaintiff. 'AU..
' s1vi With each new product there are at my and navy and also nurses Moore. Bob la In the gasoline distributing his Bradford County friends upon Candidate School Fort WA9. O"tS 'I"O'K I'ount)' Telegraph MeCks divure., '
"hall ,
.. ". P'. difficulties in getting: the rationing and women In the, service. This business In Carolina. water by sending them postcardson arrived here' Order In next tour W..k I'll' I
into operation particularly because service and the which ,la-: printed, the sumptuous Monmouth.' N. tJ..' Wltne"" my hlllld aM
df misunderstandings or lack of information IH a community Methodist' Churches Mrs. Mildred H. Calaway of Thanksgiving menu served Tuesday to spend a week's fur- T \0W. seal vemher at 30th Ht"rk., 1942.... Florida,
among the people but Baptist Miami visited a few days with U. S Naval Reserve at lough with his wife, his mother, (OFFICIAL HKAM
t .9
? t will be at the service.LAVVTKY by ( \'C t\ ., i A A. J
the issue is clarified the coupon hope many will Clerk nr
once H
to work well. the Rev. and Mrs. Forbes E. Fuller Peru Ind<. Among the Items was and other relatives. e 12-4 4t 12-G snid "un'
k system seems home from a leave next week for his new station -
t The greatest problems still are 11AITIST CHURCH on her way "southern dressing Maybe the -

.; concerned with gasoline rationing Sunday, Dec. 6th. 10 A. M. four-week stay In Ohio. where Navy prepared It especially In at the Signal Depot in Atlanta Bradford Countv NOTIVE: Florida. IN J-OJ.NTI.dun. IT w'a&JOHBH ".,HII 1\

since many rackets have developed Sunday School 11 A. M. MornIng she spent tome time with her honor of Bill. Ga.SKVKN December 3rd. 1942
. for illegal sales of gasoline and Fullers affec- Arnon Claud.:
Worship after which t h eLords aged mother. The NOTICE IS HEREBY UIVKN thatpiirnuunt Lorraine Walker I'lain
there is a general opposition to the Section 9 ClOud, toI
to of Chapter
whole program among certain Supper will be observed. tionately refer to Mrs. "Calaway I' 't. Swnpter E. Geiger, nephewof JOIN SKA1IEKS 1H296 I.awg of Florida Act of I Caee ORnElt No 20U OF

i ) groups of people. In the states 7 P. M. Young Peoples Service. an their "Miami Mother. Mrs. Minnie Nauman, has Seven local men have just been 1I>:I7 known an. the MURPHY ACT I AND PI'RLIf"'A'

where gasoline, Is plentiful it is Subject: "The Bible and Science." Also last week just a few many friends In Bradford County called to active duty with the the Hratlford following County dencrlb, land be in I Walker STATE. OK &ORM'. :

difficult for the people to see why 8 P. M. Evangelistic S e r v Ice. days before Mrs. Calaway arrivedIn who will be interested to know Navy's Seabees and will leave offered for sale afIO: 1.CcW: outcry U. H. I. Uln -oldr\ ...in.T? il

they should be rationed even 3:30 p. M. W. her Wilson, drop that he is stationed with the with special for the highest and beRt each bid. r You are. required mi
though they do understand that the Tuesday Dec. 8th : Lawtey son Jacksonville Friday a KUblect to th. right of the trunteeH I January 4th. 1943, to ]
purpose of it is to preserve tires. M.U. ped In unexpectedly on the Ful- engineers at Camp Breckenridge, draft for Camp Peary at Williams- of the Internal Improvement. Fund I named Court and cause III.
to reject and all bIde, .
The unwillingness of the people in Wed. Prayer Meeting and Bible lers for a one-day stay. He Iff burg Va. They are: John F. Cnurthoune any beginning at. 10:00:at the o-' i 1 plaintiff Telegraph RerkH. divorce '

the .Midwest >to agree' to 'gasoline Stud Assignment: 2 Thesa. the bacteriologist and laboratory Kyo'.t. Toole James F. Donnelly, E. C. .clock A M. on the 4th.. day of {lUlUK In next.hall four,
rationing Is quite understandable in Palm Lewis. who was January A. D 1943. Easement for |il..U..9.l
Chapt. 1. and 49th week verse. technician at the West Ovid G. Taylor. Herbert G. Sauley-Arthur road right of way ZOO feet wIde I WltnenH,
those states, but it, has created a works which sup- Blandlng several I and Owen will b.. reserved from my hand and!
inducted at
COMING.: Beach water B. Hall. Van H. Carden any parcel. seal K.V Stark,. Florida'

I In strong congress Inter-sectional and among conflict,the people.both. Sunday, Dec. 13th Universal plies water to that whole area. weeks .ago.,.,lanow, .stationed with W.'McRae. This draft will number tate through Road.which. there in an existing. I (Olo'FICIAL 27th.SEAL. 1943. A.

, The easterners. who have been rationed Bible Sunday. Special emphasis His visit in this part of the state Hq. and Service D e t a c h m ent more than 300 volunteers the 84 of NKVi of flW%. Sec. 15. Twp Ae Clerk of said Court. 3I

on gasoline for many month.., und Information in Morning ,Worship was due to,his attendance at the Training ,Unit.: Mississippi" Ordnance largest of' Its' type yet to leave 8 2 H,A R In 20 SB ii J.: Co'-o'20 Acre I I JZ4t 12-25 _

,, and are now.having their rations service Alsothe-same day Florida Academy 0 f Scientists Plant.a'>Fora| ,; ,jMUay;. .lie Florida. At Camp Peary the men of NW>4, Bee.26. Twp NWVi.8 H.of R NW14 12 K. I IN rinriiT (0' en nitI

cut still further, feel that the midwesterners --our monthly Missionary Sunday. which held Its Annual Conventionthis writes thai, Rawlelgh Strickland will undergo a special training I 2 Acres. I c rOI'NTY S 11' '''"""MI, 1\
are, showing an unpatriotic *
/ attitude. in realati: ration. year, at. the University U out there with him. period of about eight weeks be- : Trustees I'HOVKMENT of INTERNAL FUND OF TUB IM- I ORDER OP PfliLI
SUNRISE'SERVICE: : In Gainesville.The -, some undisclosed 8TATK AND NOTICE TO AH'
to OF
- ing. The people in the gasoline Sunrise fore being assigned FIXU11A I Cora IleVoHM, ,
states on the other hand" can't see The Union Thanksgiving Rev. Russell Glazier of the WITH ARMORED FORCES location for the build- I.Ky I.A.Fund J. Thomas Bradford, Agent Trusteed DeVogji L>ef ndHnt Plaintiff.. Case VH>

,, why the easterner can't be good Service was held at the Baptist China Inland Mission, who spent Fvt. Ed Silvernall has just completed ing of advance and mobile bases County. It I STATE OF FLORIDA t,
sports about it and accept rationing Thursday, Nov. 26, I DeVoHH., whose addremi In I
Church. in 13 weeks of basic training IN riRCtiT
several as a missionary for the Navy.PATRIOTIC COURT BRADFORD tt) Albany. New York.
of gasoline without insisting and a nice crowd met together to years at the Armored Force replacement COUNTY.; FLORIDA IN CHANC You are. required to an
, the Lawtey Baptist <<:KM I
at Y ,
that it be nation-wide. render Thanks- China spoke January 4th., 1941, In th,
I. sing praises and Church Tuesday night. He center, Fort Knox Ky., FAMILY Harry U Oenovar. Plaintiff v*. 1 named Court and ratine,
The gasoline problem particularly giving to God at the early day- brief furlough with MyrtlM Uenovar Defendant.! Case. I plaintiff seeks divorce 1
at and a
) at
t difficult for 1 the government Herbert Is to speak tonight (Friday Miss Jimmie Davis junior No. 2050. I County Telegraph shall
J to handle to the satisfaction of all. break hour.. The Rev. the Gospel Tabernacle In Starke. his wife here, this week before B. H. S., can boast of belongingto ORDER OF FimcICATIOV I thin Order In next four w

for everyone realizes; there is plenty Hazzard pastor of the Methodist entering officers candidate schoolat a family that Is doing Its bit STATE AND NOT1C15 OF FLORIDA TO APPEAR I sues.Witness: |
to hand
: of gasoline in this nation to Church. read a selected Thanks- He ( : Myrtis my and
supply nenovar
Fort Knox Saturday. whose
DUKE EXPLAINS to help win the war. Her father, la Un seal at Htarke., Florida,
all war needs and all civilian giving poem by Margaret Sanga- to enter the cavalry branchof known. I vemher. 26th 1942
4 needs. Gasoline Is rationed in the also read the Scripture CONTROL PHASES hopes Master Sergeant James M. Davis You are required to appear on I (OFFICIAL, "SEAL A. JAs .
East: because of transportation ter.' He the Armored Force. has been In the service for 19 January 4th.. 1943 In the above: Clerk of wild Court.
lesson and led In the Morning !named! Court and cause. wherein 13-4 4t 11-11
problem as well as to save rubber '- Is stationed at
from one) years and now
whereas in the West the only Prayer: Mis Ea al 1 e-y Shuford (Continued page Friends will to 'learn Blanding. Her uncle Howell ...... -._1 p ....L_ _._ ,.
reason U to save rubber. The gov- played for the congregational house for the first time.
rent my been ill also a master sergeant,
Edwin.St. John has Magnum
eminent has still avoided the indsolo. EVERY
question singing as well aa a special $ I OF
what amount of ,rent may four weeks in the ha been in the 'Army 24 tears
around, .hlob.1110II& of the confusion The Re. Forbes "A., Fuller for the 'pant
exists-r hat I**whether each ; arid Charge T The answer-. given by the Naval, Hospital at, Chelsea ),(alll. and Is now in England. Three1
of the service
family' U supposed preserve, It. 'had charge "Three I Area Rent Office Is .aa .follows;: He ha* "beeifj/fetatloned In the Magnum bQYs are in ,various

'ttree entirely. (or. Its own personal b'ouCbtthe"meuapt Where a house la rented for the Sommereat. Hotel In 'Boston, one; branches of' the service, and Sgt. dh..9
) I IUM'or whether eonOcatlon of tire Question* about Thanksgiving. first time the Maximum Legal h'otela taken Davis also has a son-m-Iaw at
of the large recently n U.ance
toe 1 ..iblUt '. of
oeceicary i us ) An about-equal! representation Rent is the first charged by the Fort Bennlng Ga.. .
by government. *
. Although) rationing and shortages both churches united In, this tea/, landlord subject.'.to review and over j'the IAN

are changing manyof; our living tlve service and a fine spirit,was determination by the Area
habits and eating habits conditions final aervatlon Posts along the Atlantic -
continue) to be,better !than u.ualin felt throughout, the meeting. Rent Office.- Landlords after, receiving OPEN LETTER Coast 'of the United States! :
this country due to the fact that the then demandto .
t this answer
i .
than MARRIAGE; OF INTEREST H. 'A. Carlton Then. there was the question of C. WALL
i1 national income is greater know whether or not. a certain By .
ever before in'history. But that Everyone In Lawtey, was surprised janitor. work lights oil for heat,, .
'. very fact-and the fact that na. but ,delightfully .so.. in amount will be accepted by our After working and tugging< telephone, and a thousand 'other

o. tlonal income will be even greater learning; when she arrived back office. This question cannot be away at the job of Chief Observer things to look after. The job 1

ts next 'ear-I. a constant source of from a short trip to MlasUslppi answered directly as we are not for the Airplane Observation Post simply outgrew me. AgencyConstant

worry in Washington. 111 estimated that the former Miss Vergle allowed to give a prior opinion on for the past six or eight months I want to' thank all those who
in of high
that in 1M3 spite
taxes end increased savings by the Drawdy became Mr*.. William what a landlord may rent Thla his rendering without remunerationthe have helped and are still helping Service 'Over 50 YearsCLASSIFIED
Sat. Nov. 21st house for for the first time. best service of which I was
people the expendable Income will Clayton Austin on in this Important patriotic work.
be at least $ greater In Mo elle. Mlaa. Many Lawtey- can be easily understood as capable' I have tend ered my Stick by it as long as you can.

. .than the value of goods availablefor Itea are well acquainted with the cases of this kind. a personal Inspection resignation to. my superiors to Anybody can give at least two Please Phone 146
purchase. This was true to of the premises must be
Austin take effect Thereare

W. Clayton
groom. Corporal hours a week to such a job. Mrs.
extent In 1942 but stores and
some made. Because of the restrictionsof
, consistent Innumerable reason for this
factories unloaded a large supply because he was a Grace Wainwright Is taking over
of merchandise they had on hand. attendant at the Baptist church gasoline and tires our Inspections decision ,oa my part but suffice until such time aa some man or

In 1943. when the surpluses are while he waa stationed at Camp are very limited and only if to say that,my. time is not my woman with more time can be

exhausted the people will reaUy Blandlng for over a ''year. such inspection can be made. own. I tarn employed by another. found for the job..- Associated J ADSFOR

feel the strange condition of being Corporal Austin 1 U now stationed after a house Is first placed o.n'the and my regular duties take up with "h e rare Mrs. George B.
unable to all of their this. '
spend money. market. However
. This condition could lead to serious *\ Camp Oruber Okla., not far rental In all my time. When any "free" job, Flynn Miss Sara Poythress, Mine
be answered 6-bumer 1a
inflation in spite of all the price from Muakogee, where the new question may regardless of its.patriotic content, Ida Lou Davis Mrs D. A. Mon- RENT FOR SALE

ceilings and other restrictions.The bride and groom will soon be mak- part |'n the following manner. The gets to where,.it .demands; more teith Mrs. E. E. Lansing. Mrs. Two ApartmeaUt stove practically new

government therefore feels ing their residence.We yard stick which our office uses. time than that by which a per W. M. Wimberly and Edward Furnished, Clean 6 Miles From able price. Mrs. N. T
of Sit
that it is necessary to work out certainly will be missing in determining what amount son earns his daily bread it la Prince. Starke co| Bradford House

still more ways to drain off excess Verjfle, now that she 1* leaving rent a landlord may claim for his time for him to give it up.I Low Rent cabin\ '
income from the people and will house w the amount of rent that of the Brad- W. T. CtUTK REALTOR FOR RENT-Two
and all her friends here was Secretary and
i'i' probably put through still more Lawtey similar accomm 0 d a t Ion II were Now A Major 119 plete with kitchen
but we wish for this new couple ford Defense Council fop eight or K. Call St., Starke and
least for
taxes, or at a plan en- withIn Furnished. Light!
1 1941 -
(., forced savings. There is no doubt the best In life and the greatest bringing on January Rental, Area. ten months located Its office Friends of Captain Hal E. HIGHEST CASH PRICES-PaId $25 mo. 6 ml NW of

,. that the treasury will have great success In their new relation- the Defense purchased Its supplies set up Ita Alexander, of Washington, D. C., for clean cotton buttons State Farm road.
.xdifficulty. In collecting, during 1943 ship. In other word If houses alml- files and did my beet with it. 1 will be glad to learn that he has I'aJtSNI) on 1
Tele- Moore.
i2 the heavy taxes already Imoosed. County
lar to the one which you now But when It took, more time than been promoted to the rank of '
but whil.theT working out that Rraph. tf
are Recent guests of Mrs. Mae offer for rent were rented on I it .
my regular job. gave up.I WANTED-
problem they will consider It necessary Major. He Is a son-in-law of F.G. CASHIER
, to recommend still further Wells were Mr. and Mrs. T. S. January 1, 1941 for $40.00 per have done the best I could aa Hemingway of Starke. hOlIEST CASH PRICES-Paid Guidon Grill Starke.

plans for collecting additional Gtlchrlst and son Neal of Bruns month, you may expect to receive Chief Observer, I raised all the for clean cotton rags. No> but-

funds. Probably a plan to force wick. Ga., and Mr. and Mrs. Bill $-0.00 per month for your money purchased all the ma- totw.- Bradford County Telegraph WANTED-Rooms, apt. 0

! people to put a percentage of their I, GllchrUt of Savannah. house. terials and secured all the labor FORSALE tf house In Starke, tea

Incomes In war bonds will be the : Mr. and Mrs. M. B. Plummer and finally b1Jllt., furnished, with modern convent
I and small daughter Barbara Ann. Cafeteria Closes equipped and paid for the tower.I FOUND Wedding band, gold. Notify Lt. B. Haul
the I I. collecting
. government U i-
of have gone to Miami where they I spent hundreds of hours in the Given name of man and woman Blanding 644 or Lt.

. from such the people huge amounts the mail of money most I will establish reetdence. The Mlckeyn Cafeteria recently closed foregoing work and many more 'NEW BUNGALOWFour Inside. Owner may have by ridge Blanding 666. 31

. congressmen indicates a greater Plummers have been merchants in Blandlng Center and Mrs. hundreds of ,hours in enlisting rooms and bath living Identifying.: Miss. Maxine Noe- APO 79. __

public Interest than there has ever in Lawtey for several years and Myrtle Buckholtz. operator, state. volunteers to man,,the tower. But room, 2 bedrooma kite hen, gel. Rexall Drug Store. Itp 4- '
been In how that money la being leave a host of friends here who that she plans to.re-open the just as soon asthe novelty of the bath. FOR RENT-Small '
Hot Cecil
cold water. FurOMlied. ''
expended. The people have no business in the Barefoot house FOR Apply
wish the best for them.A thing passed CO percent of the SALE One John Deere Lights.

objection funds for the to purchase the us!' of of war unlimited equipment letter last week from 'Fatso'Bill at the corner of Call and Cherry observers passed out also! I was high SchooL Located in rear of tractor new and used lumber head. Lawtey. _

but when they hear that almost Harrell. the Army's laziest Sts. I Interested In the work. It was reduced price. Terra cotta pipe. FOUND-HampBhlr. hog,

3.000.000 people are now on soldier advises all Is w V and the my hobby. Everybody ought to $2,600 CASH Bradford( ,Engineering Co., It old marked "c

the government payroll they want food 1 U the best. Bill expect wholesome 6 years an,
yet 'Hits the hobby of some Box 431-H one ear
Reply In
to know why that force cannot be shortly. Incidentally Spot'The HELP WANTED-female- experienced upper bit"
another furlough kind and at the same time engage in the other
down.In halt crop"
cut counter girl, good pay
gets 11.
this private In some sort of defense
addition to complaints about
General.. How and good hours!; Also colored Halt Thereaaa.IF
there being too many people being furloughs than a work. girl as maid. Clarence Williams OR
employed by the government for does he rate It? There are 163 hours in each YOU WOULD BuY
non-war purposes, there Is also an : We are told that Ed; Walnwright I week If two observers took 2- Privae Jones at Starke Bowling Alley. It milk coWs. stock cow

lncre"lng' demand to know why It of the U. S. Air Corp la In the i hour shifts together. It would require WANTED TO R EN TCouple cattle. stock bulls or bO
is nec'aary for the army and navy D. Odo
Informa- J.
departments to employ a million Hawaiian Islands. The 163 persons; to man the without children desire to secure In touch with 2

and a half of non-uniformed per tion was not specific an to the tower continuously. If only one, a email apartment room Box 241 starke: BOS L&'

: sonnel. Inland but It's good to know of It would still ,require 84 persons. I for light housekeeping or City: Telephone 481

.. Two committees are now Investigating the Lawtey boys In action who Even with 6-hour.. shifts from 12 trailer. Call or write Mn. Donald Auction market ever'1 II"
the cost of government in safe. May they all return. to 6 A. M. it all cla.lleI! !
. order to make recommendation for are ; still required an W. Mathews, Starke. Hotel day on 2:30: P.WANTE"
cutting those cost down. But. because Daniel (Boondy) Harley of our unbelievable, number. And these phone 129. ltp at Lake City at

..l of the confusiori over the activities Uncle's Air Corp Is In San Angelo all had to hay.. some training. ,

.dJ of so many branches of the Texas. Dan' addresa Is Pvt. D. People were ,forever changing, WANTBPTO RENT General

government;no matter what Is suggested U. Harley 866 Sch. Sqdr,. A. A.' F. quitting mlsvlnff-some after notifying fanrf bf 25 to 40 acres, with perat

It U likely that the number Bombardier School San Angelo, meand, others without notifying farm: 'bouse of at least three 10 BusMen

of government employee will In 1943.Increase Texas. His very newsy letter me. .That took many bedrooms also outhouse within CIII htlltnK".ks \
rather than decrease eaJM""leoe
! tells us much of hla school without hours of my time that I sorely even miles or less of Starke.R. 5nd lIfIIDItraik'1'Ipreference.

BirthsMr. divulging any Information army: Is doing Its part to con needed for something (he. Bayonet prattle_n cooUos PciTit L. Payne Thereiaa Fla. Itp Can Wed' e\
Recent contrary to Instructions. Write serve ceffee. Every batch Is tested Another thing. 'People have not Jon*' b..t girl Mat hint Thay'ro Cr both- G'Applle.ntl

and Mrs. AncII Council this. boy and all others from Law- by experts who are determined thai understood the importance or made powder with that contains RllmtorcJ.-tha calcium, but baking no FURNISHED. A P A R.T M ENTS or w. .ek-s.jflIM4 be

tey. A letter or a Christmas card the army coffee today will not be necessity. of the work. They say: slum never leaves a bitter t..... Try Waldo 14 ml. south of Starke. and baY!' I"":"
Tetatone. New River, Nov. 26. made toe bat of Jokes ae In World 1 and 2 arance
Romford. rooms. Electricity hot p
k mu:
will be appreciated by every boy "That can never happen to us. : Victory booklet of APP11 I
War I. Photo shews eemewbere lit ._
nfvUisrccipMt Conserve references
girl; know. suppllM. water. Inner spring. mattresses., lue'-
you England-an American soldier' registering Nobody can ever bomb'us"1 They"forgot" help win the war in your kuetao. JJ f>lO. I e..
.. Mr. and Mrs ,Milton Daniel Mim Mattie C. Harley of Jack- his delight with a cup of the -"remember Pearl Writ.today.Rnmfonl Bating Powder Frlgldalre $25 per couple per' Orange StarkeA..k for ::1ft.

Carter, Starke, Nov. 29 girl. sonville waa a recent guest: of her same geed ceflee be get back home. Harbor"! There are. 10.000 Ob- Bo B3, Ramford, Rhode laland. month. No children or pet*.- tee
Maude Wesley.' tf

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