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 11, 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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Trading tp ilea BLANDING Center and for BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH:I:::Strawberries of of IIeavear the


Official County Publicatl"l Established In 1877MTARKE.



X-rayed Children's Home Chorus To Appear Here Registration I' Post Office Pecan Trees Offer Free Samples I Health Unit '

For Visitors In Town To Send Home .

Mobile Unit r- Of 18-Year-Olds Bradford County pecans in Many of them send them back Needs

T fact, Starke pecans--are known home, as well as enjoying a feast $6,000
from the bleak mountains of Ver- themselves.

mont to the desert sands of And. speaking o f Bradford

Two Days To Start TodayThe Nevada; and from the Great County pecans, last Friday's "sale Dr. Ford SaysIt

Lakes clear on down "Deep in the at the State Farmers' Market

of the Mobile X-Ray heart of Texas." That I Is wherever here was 300 percent or 400 percent

'edslt State Board of Health sixth Selective Service the fighting men of the greater. than at any other takes more than a fine new-
tithe., registration including all male United States Army who are building to make a real health
Lford County this week was time thin wanon. 35 tons changing / -
ccssful. A total of 740 residents of the United States who rtationed at Camp Ulandlng hall hands at that time. unit and the life of Bradford t
., have become 18 years of age from, their folks back home County's valuable asset is being
chest X-Rays Of the 18 vnrletles sold the
wereflven/ since June 30, 1942, will get know and love Starke's pecans.At jeopardized by the luck of funds y?
500 of these be- price was brought by Schloy, 24
1/ county, under way today-Dec. 11. Registration least, so Joe Martinez, Starke's Or. Malcolm J Ford, director of
\trfed at the Health Center in Bradford County; \vUl "much-about-town" utility man 1-2 cent, Malian came next the unit, told two county board.

hike. In addition, 43 persons j be conducted at offices of the thinks! bringing 23 cents; Curtis 21 3-4; at their regular meetings In the
amlned in Boom Town.leaphaels Selective Kennedy 2.& 1-4; 11 ran I Icy 24
Service board '
in the Joe has and courthouse Monday Nothing but
personally seen-
l was on persona Starke armory 'and men will be cents And so on down through cold hard cash can save the

|1 bad contact with tuber- I given their serial and order numbers many other have old-time also seen Starke-wives.residents of- Stuart 21; Seedlings 20 1-4; Randall unit from being discontinued.

|r and all on the persons juniors handling and o on the basis of their birth the Blanding soldiers picking up and Moneymakers 19 3-4; Dr. Ford, together with Dr. E. d
but date. No 10ltery'will
be held!
bars of the pecans as they fall from the TeHChe and Mixed 19 1-4; Van S. Osbornn. Jr., representative of
.f class mem I and the procedure will be the the State Board of
HlRh School were x-rayed. same the stately trees around the Font Office Demon 19; !Mooros! und Success Health, met
II as tot 18. 19 and 20- with the County Coramlatdoners rr

lay lung a steady stream of I year-old men who registered last on Walnut and Jefferson 18 3-4; Pabst and Frotschrr 17 Monday to urge the utmost necessity +

:!If both old and young were June, streets, up and down Madison I 1-4; Russell 17; and Dig Z bring- of the board rendering: all

.... through the trailer, In The new registration will be ",treet, Bay and other streets. ing up the rear at 16 1-4 cents. financial assistance possible to

(:log to the regular clinics conducted in three periods as'fol- the unit to keep It from being

acted In the Health Center. The selected Senior Chorus of the Mcthmllxt OiUdrt-n's Home lows: removed from Bradford County.Dr. .

If technician In charge ot theiiy December 11 to 17, inclusive. Plant Fire Ford threw a bombshell Into
(pictured above will be Disposal Pumper
) In
Unit, Mr. James Morewas presented sacral concert at the )Methodist Those who were born on or after the meeting by announcing that

assisted by the Staff church Sunday morning December 13. 1 a total appropriation of $6,000
July; 1942, but not after August
ie Bra d for d-Clay Health Thin singing group I,* made up of 26 of the older boy and glrk.. 31;' 3924; would be required from Bradford

l, and by two members of the of the Home located 12 miles from DeLund and ten mile from Sanford December ,18 to 24,,elusive.- Contract Let Bids AdvertisedThe and Clay counties to hold the

Assistants Corps of the on beautiful Lake Monroe One hundred and forty children Those unit; that there was complete
who were born on or after
Red Cross chapter, Mrs comprise the entire, Family, most of whom know no other home, 1 1924 understanding between the State
September but not after Contract
was awarded last City Starke Is again
t McKeene and I Mrs. Eliza- having been reared on this 32-acre Farm. Board of Health and Camp Blan
October 31, 1924; Monday for the building of the calling for bids "for furnishing a
111. Bode. These two Army 'horus'will ding. and that the Federal Gov-
Accompanying this ( bethe superintendent, 'the Key. December 26 .-to 31 long-talked-of dl Fire and In
able and efficient aid, Incluslve.- sewage a p o a a 1 Pumper Equipment ernment would make
gave Harold K. Burns, who will show a technlcolored moving picture, ThoacT weft for Starke. no appropriation -
ktielr Interest la greatly who born on or after plant Contractors and for the City of Starke. It to the
ap- on unit untilan
ed. dramatizing the life of the large Family at .:nterprl..... November 1, 1921, but. not after Boyd\ & Goforth. Inc., of Charlottesville called for such bids several adequate carry amount had been

!* December 31,..1924. Va., were the recipients months ago and had representatives -
Health Unit has other guaranteed locally.
fj pro subject to the approval of of several different firms
In the future that will Hereafter, It was announced Dr. Ford stated that officials
i re- the: Federal Works and here to make their bids. because Army -
No Good'WordFor Control Room young men will be called upon to Agency But
> both clerical and profess the consider the Health Unit
register immediately after reach- amount of their bid was the city of Starke lacked
belp. Anyone interested of vital Importance, and stressedthe
their $48,713.13.Two sufficient priority rat I Ing this
such volunteer assist. Ing eighteenth birthday. point that unless health
{firing conditions
may communicate with any New DepotFollowing Set-Up ShownA "During the continuance of the Clerk Carl other Johns bids stated were received, coming.vital equipment was not forth in Starke are kept up to

r of the Health Unit. You present war" it was specified yesterday par, there Is always the possibility

|be doing a great service for "those who were born on or after -that of the Murphy Construction When asked what conditionshad that soldiers might be barred,

I State of Florida and for the up the proposed Im- 2-hour demonstration of what January 1, 1923 shall be registered Co, of West Palm Beach intervened or what changeshad from visiting the community.
at a figure of $52,800/ and the J. been made in Starke's priority -
lion! of the soldiers at Camp provement of inadequate depot takes place-or should take placeIn on the day hey attain the During the fiscal year recently
B. McCreary Co., Inc., of Atlanta rating or the War Produc-
ting. faculties of the Seaboard railroadin the "control room" In any'town .eighteenth anniversary of the clotted, Dr. Ford stated. Clay
Ga., whose bid was $33,475.: / tion Board's demands that the
Starke. due to increased passenger or city In case of an enemy date of their' birth', provided, that County commissioners gave 9480,
riff Recovers traffic since the advent of bombing raid was held In the if such anniversary, falls on a It Is thought that there will be City was again calling for bids Bradford County Commissioners

Camp Blanding the Telegraphthis recreation hall of the Methodist Sunday or a legal holiday theIr| little likelihood of FWA rejectingthe for this equipment, City Clerk $1,200, and the City of Starke

ig Handcuffs week asked the local agent, church Tuesday night. Seventyfive registration shall i l take place on bid of Boyd A Goforth, since Carl Johns merely replied that $400, or a total of $3,080. This

T. J., Griffin about the present or 100 representative per- the day following("' that was the contracting firm "We are taking a gambler'schance amount must be greatly augmented -

i-year-old John' Williams. status of negotiations He''1'8- sons were present In spite of a *" I which recently constructed the hoping that we "can get during the -coming1 year if,the

sued Wednesday to entering plied to the effect that recently downpour of rain just! about time Army's System reservoirs, pump houses,' pumps, the equipment this time, unit Is to continue. Judging: from

|lit of Sheriff A. O. Andreu Mr. Williams, from the office of for the meeting begin.A. etc.. in the lIew' water project. All bids will be publicly opened two standpoints-tha .present com-,

lay night'and removing 'two W. D. Faucette, of Norfolk; Va.. J. Thomas,, Commander of Of .Classifying > The contractors have Informedthe and read aloud at the City Hall at paratlve population 'of the two

t at handcuffs and a "DOrro" la charge of building spent'an the County Civilian Defense Explained To ClubCapt. City that they are ready to 2 P. .,., E. W. T., Monday, Dec. counties and the amount of service -

from the pockets. entire day in Starke making a Corps presiding turned the meet- begin work on the project Immediately 28. and bids may be received up rendered by the health unit

n the Sheriff went to" his survey of the physical surround- Ing over to Dean Riley of the Meyer L. Goldman, classification upon the confirmationof to that time. Instructions to bidders to each county-It was decided

I Wednesday morning he mlss- ings of the present depot and University of Florida Coordinator officer with the 79th the contract by FWA, and If that Bradford County should pay

I these Important pieces. ;of a making other investigations. of State Training for Defense. Division at Camp Blending was material can be secured with etc., may be examined at the larger portion of the needed

orcement officer's equip- Although Mr. Griffin had received Ha in turn introduced Manuel guest speaker at the Rotary Club comparative ease, Mr. Johns) the office of the City Clerk at amount.

Being unable to find them. no report from him since Turner of Gainesville who con- Wednesday, describing. In an Interesting thinks from 60 to 90 days will Starke, or at the office of CharlesE. Basing his estimate on sugar

|Tent to Jacksonville searching ducted the and explainedthe manner the efforts be- see the completion of the work.
that time his comments while meeting Rlchhelmer of the firm of rationing, Dr. Ford estimatedthat '

business houses that usually here were altogether unfavorableto inner workings of the ideal', ing made to eliminate square pegs Reynolds, Brewton Smith and Clay County had approximately -
ed such equipment to pur- control room. In round holes in Uncle Sam's ef- 9,000 population while
I new any large-scale improvement. ficient of Clerk ExnlainsNew HIIU, 5th floor, Roberts building
handcuffs. Unable to The only way suggested improve As soon as the organization is Army today.In Bradford County had between

them there he tried in ments could be made would be to thoroughly set up In Starke it the early days of selective a Jacksonville. 12,000 and 13000. It was also

ivllle, where his efforts were purchase another site, move the will be organized, in other towns service the men were asked what brought out that the Health Unit

i tittle.( I present tracks and erect another throughout the county. The vol- branch of service they preferredand BillsCity Funeral Held had rendered about three timesas

[Sometime later, Dewey WI1i depot, he intimated. unteer office la the Starke Army- were placed accordingly, as For P. O. HayesP. much service In Bradford a. in

i, father of the boy came to ory will be kept open from 9 A. far as possible Capt. 'Goldman Clay County. Hence It was con- ,

M. to 4 P, M. every week-day stated. This system did not prove Clerk Carl Johns wishes of Brooker cluded that Bradford should pay
[ Iherlffs office O. Hayes, S3 ,
and informed
50 Kit Bags and those who will, are urgedto satisfactory, however as the men that all Starke citizens thoroughly/ brother of Tax Collector E. W. In excess of the 13.000 which

'that his son, who had been volunteed their services for the often foundthat the branch they understand the new form of billsor Hayes died at 3:30: P. M. Thursday would be half of the $6,000 appropriation -

1 r from home two weeks, had various groups. thought they would like was often statements that are sent out Dec. 3. after, an illness of needed to continuethe

1 a pair of handcuffs' in a Wanted At OnceMrs. Other officials of the Defense entirely different from what they each month for lights and water, more than two years. He had project.

I i by the Peggy railroad. The Corps who took part around the had expected.The and has to asked his assistance.The that the. Telegraphcome been confined to his room for the Meeting Jointly for a few min

!If t present method is to placea past two months. He was. born utes with the Board of Publlo
went home with Mr. Wll- table In the control room demonstration chief point that he desiresto
man according to his abilities, and reared and spent practicallyall Instruction the Commissioners
and found his son, John E. L. Matthews and Mrs. clarify Is the fact that the
were: L. D. VInIng chief considerationfacts presented the of the matter
after taking into of his life at the old farm urgency
a Red
handcuff chairmen of
on his arm, his Charles Darby, full amount of the light bill Is
1 badly have Air Raid Warden; Arch Ellington concerning his background, home where he died. I to them asking for their cooperation -
Cross kit bag production,
swollen under the
and a deep placed "gross" amount I
1 In the handcuff where he been notified that SO bags must Chief of Public Works; W education. Interests, etc. A sol which Is that paid after the 10th He l Is survived by his wife; In raising the fund"

1 Wed to file It off. be filled by the local chapter by E. Thornton representing the Police dier-will not be truly satisfied if of the month. From this "gross". three sons-.Clifton, of Bartow; The Board of Public Instruction

t I first he stuck to his : Dec. 16. and they are calling a Department; Mrs. Steve Weldon he Is assigned to a Job that he amount, he has already deductedthe Ishmael and O. C., of Brooker; 'I decided that, if the money was
story Goldmansaid. and, if the State Department
cannot do well. Capt.
[ i later meeting for 4 o'clock Monday acting for Dr. M. B. Her- 10 percent discount which is and two daughters Stella Mae
confessed to the Sheriff Therefore it Is vital .to the of Education would approve -
he had afternoon In the Methodist recre- long as chief of Emergency Medi- allowable to those who pay their and Mary Ellen, of Brooker. lie '
entered his about
car Aid Rev. Chas. H. Allen and efficiency of the Army that each also survived five brothersand of their action, they would
,clock ation building. cal ; light bill before the 10th and Is by
[ Tuesday night, and Communication man be placed! as1 carefully as and amend the budget so as to pay as

Boy Scout Troop. one sister: W Hayes
the Junior members asked placed this figure under "net"
other of handcuffs Club are
pair much as $900 to the
per year
Officer and Messengers; possible.The M. S. of Gainesville; E. W.
1 the "stick" were hidden InC1'aas to bring at this time the articles amount. Hence, when a person Hayes unit.
[ out at Solomon Kite's they have collected for the bags Steve A. Weldon, Controller; W. Allied victories of the past comes In to pay his light bill before Hayes of Starke; N. G. Hayes of

In the outskirts of and to plan to stay and help fill M. Edwards Executive Officer; few weeks show that a good the 10th of the month, his Brooker; and C, B. Hayes of While the City CouncU had

Sheriff town. and R. C. Buford Fire Chief. Army can be built up by these discount Is already figured for Lake Butler; and Mrs. Ellen temporarily withdrawn Its sup-
has them.
recovered hU port, It was more because of
methods without using the high- Keene of Gainesville. a
him In advance and placed in the
ty. and John Is in the The !Is asked to donate
public misunderstanding than a lack of
!ty Jail Director handed tactics of a dictatorship, "net" column. He may not there- Funeral services and Intermentwere
awaiting trial in. the cigarettes, soap, chewing gum Program Goldman concluded., Interest, It was said, and It was
P"aty< Capt. fore deduct another 10 percent at Elsey's Chapel Cemetery.
Judge's Court. razor blades, writing paper, envelopes USO-YMCA hoped that it would renew at
For Capt. T. 1 H.. .McClane; Jr., a from the "net" 'column.. If he at 11 A.. M. Friday 'Elder C. B.
on' know I did It"t pencils and playing least Its former appropriation of
why of past president of the club, was a waits. until after the 10th of the Stephenson, from near Gainesville -
Cash contributions are also Joseph E. Wilson chairman $600 per year, with an additional
visitor at this meeting and was month to pay he automaticallypays I officiating. Pall bearers
of these of
the of management if
for purchase the committee amount possible
warmly greeted by hiei fellow the amount which has been were M. O. Harrell. W. H. Har-
ly articles., The kit bags are givento the USO-YMCA, is pleased to announce
BerriesSnxmong The Commissioners who have
Rotarlans. placed in the "gross" column. rell. Guy Harrell, Clyde
leave for foreign I Paul H. Tubb has
soldiers who that
been paying at the rate of $1,000
Again he has asked that those Lewis demons and J. V. Edwards

Y | one of our color5fends duty. been added to' the staff of the. Board Ends bringing or sending in their checkor Jr., Wilson's Funeral Home of per year will continue at least

In Reno, seems to be USO as men program director.Mr. money for payment bring Lake City had charge of funeral that amount and do their best

champion> early bird when It Farmers To Meet Tubb comes from Alabama Patrol SupportThe along also their bill. Your bill arrangements. to see that the additional $600

L to growing strawberries Dec. 12 having been born in Birminghamand will then be receipted and returned or more needed to boost Brad-

>on. Several weeks ago Saturday, attending public schools there. County Doard of Public Instruction to you while the cash Taxes ford's part and keep the Health

brought In the first ripe The annual election of commit- He was a member of the AEF of In regular session Mon stub will be kept for his own file. City Unit going Is ralued.!

i ry and then on Thanksgiving for County Agricultural World War I, and spent 18 day voted to discontinue paying Thus you will serve another purpose Being Paid

he Presented the Telegraph teemen Association will be months overseas. After return- $15: per month to assist In road- by saving him the time of Give Bonds

a fUll pint of luscious ripe Conservation Ing from service with the AEF, patrolling as of December I, the amount and mak- City Clerk Carl Johns Is highly
court house on Sat looking !up
L held at the '
Last Saturday he was Dec. 12, at 10:30: A. M.. he entered the engineering service -i It agreed to pay J. S. Austin ing you out another bill. pleased with the fine way For ChristmasWhile
urday, in Starkeare
1 with two and of the University of Ala- for additional pupilhe the which property owners
more pints AgentL. $2 per month Clerk Johns also explains
as announced by County to his call for the racking your brain and
that B. S. responding
he has already picked of bama, graduating is now transporting. It also following terms:
is secretary
who the crowded
fatal' of T. Dyer of their city searching through
seven. He expects to degree.In witched the Jj. E. Brown bus to "CL" means commercial lights prompt payment
nt. a the association. : taxes.hlle he had not compiled stores for a Christmas present for
full crate during Christi 1927 he entered the coach- the Albert Moody bus route Mr. businesses; "DL" means domes
652/ Bradford county the exact figures he said parent, child husband wife
There are :
Ing and teaching profession at Brown agreeing. to drive his pickup tic lights-residences; "CW". com r
farmers participating in the Agriculture that between 60 percent and 60 sweetheart or friend why not decide
, Dothan Alabama. He served in truck on his route for $90 mercial water; and "AR"-arrears i !
Conservation PrO g ram i of all city taxes were on a War bond made out In
Stove Fire this capacity for 11 years then per month provided the Board or delinquent accounts. No percent
Mr. Dyer states, and In November. "This is mostunusual' his or her favor T Or even a
this year, State College on same, he i allowed on water paid
went to Livingston would install a body discount Is
In Decemberto and book or War stamps?
meet he said
| j'.Tnursday each they .,
worker. oil repairs,
coach and publication to furnish gasoline, blllu.
Mother one of those ever-re- elect committeemen for the as I his gratitude for the fine show- Bradford County has not yet
married and has two etc. for the bus.
e ol'-' next year. Three committeemen He Is Ing. fallen down on her bond quota-
Grac fires broke out children one of whom Is in the Mr. Barnes was before the School Holidays
this meeting.The to fall short!
Plac -the small sand- will be elected at "We are planning to retire another and docs not plan
6th grade and the other a student Board with a complaint relativeto Bond and,
Place serving Is of bonded Indebtedness During November
on the corner of Tem- committee now University of Ala- Frank Norman bus route The County Board of Public $10OOO our
the the
IIId Pratt, across from the composed of: James Rosier Law- In that the Instruction in session M o n day January 1, which is all Stamp sales in the entire County
B and the Board agreed
Station' Lester Kite bama. be called at this time" netted. In round numbers, $47.-
According to Fire tey Chairman; school board unanimously agreed that all Brad- that can
R. E. Hazen, Starting Dec. 14. Mr. Tubb will Superintendent will leave Starke 636 according to figures compiled
cBuford it Starke and R. school. would close he said. That
i bad caught ; the bus ford County
member J. S. Norman.
'rape attending a special training Postmaster F. F Stump and
be In outstanding by
but on with only $42,000 .
had been taken Brooker. would for the "Holidays" at noon
at school for USO-YWCA directorsat driver and Mr. Barnes until W. B. Sewell president of the
and was In the Conservation 23 and bonds which are not due
out of all danger All signers York make investigation of the Wednesday. Dec. reopenon
the be Union SemJnaryNew a Joint :Florida Bank at Starke.
fire urged to present 1946.
ICene. engine arrived'on program are City. matter in the near future. Monday, Jan. 4. I


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Deeds Filed mately $5,300Alma :
/,, ''H; ready been trained and other hundreds are Shaw >
Bradford County Telegraph attending courses. Tuition is free in Alma Shaw and hep. husband A. B. Shaw of am,' net 1
now ', Pa&4He9eAtithor A. B. Shaw, of Alachua County, Jettle E Hazen 7'achua1
&&i.:'?I Established 1877 vocational schools maintained jointly by' to Nannie Gainey of Bradford E. Hazen Dee "> QUb

federal, state and county funds.. County, 136 1.2 acres Nov. 30; Nannle

Herd H. Flume (sometimes ? ner
t) cf "How to Win Friends known as Herdie) and husband, H. P. Gainey tC. leland E

4 \:. \ ,DITORIAL.ASSOaA11ON'. ( 1 1t Civilians-Stay Put! Fred F. Flume (sometimes known husband S E Hazen! .
19.41 and Influence Peo,.. +uq as F. F. Flume) both residentsof J. W. McCall anu
+t y than 1,500,000 soldiers are being McCall
C. L. Matthews ____- f-_ Editor Bad Owner More I Bradford Co.; George P. Dover to Mr H. H Sat
moved each month on trains in this coun- (sometimes known as O. P. 3. approximately $2o0'

SUBSCRIPTION' MATE try. When you add to this huge figure Dover) and wife, Vera Dover, -

t Yearly. $1.75: Six Months. .L00_. the host of former automobile passengers, both residents of St Louis Co.,\a
4 Minnesota; and Helen Hinson
r { APPEAL'I ;
Published Weekly on Friday and Entered M Second and try to put the usual holiday travel on FIND THE 'BASIC Stewart, as administratrix of the

l'' 1; Claim Matter at the_ Poet Office at Starke Fla. top of that, it is perfectly obvious why the have been given a good example artist of handling whose peopleby workyou've estate' ot Arthur G. Hinson, de- FOR ACID
Government is urging civilians to stay at Vernon ,Howe Bailey, well-known ceased; and Helen Hinson Stew- IiJDIGE
r4 seen in magazines and newspapers for years, and art, Joined by her husband, Court-
Women Must Fill The Breach home this Christmas. who got out that interesting book of drawings "Magical ney Stewart, residents of Bradford -

: All of the boys in service would like City/ Co., and being the sole- heir j
WOMEN WANTED! be their last In. 1917 when we got into the World war, Mr. Bailey at law' of Ethel M, Hlnaon and /
\to home for what might
This call to "Win the War" appeal was ;: go had a big idea: to go to the Bethlehem Steel corporationin her husband, Arthur O. Hnson! i i
holiday season with their families and old Bethlehem, Pa., and make sketches of the forging of both deceased, parties of the first
impending manpower
; broadcast this week as an friends, but because of crowded train and big guns and armor plate for battleships. Perfectly splen- part, to Vincent Ferrara and

: pit u1 shortage received official recogni- bus facilities, the Army has decided to grant did idea. The country was at fever pitch. Charlie Chaplin, Tullia Ferrara, of Bradford 50cCarpenter's
ii.. tion from Governor Holland and vocational the comedian, alone had sold over a million dollars' worthof County, lots 1, 2, 3 and 4 of
leaves to only ten percent of its personnel.It block 1 of R. N. Dowllng's addition '
the of these
Council for building
': I school leaders. The State Defense Liberty Bonds to raise money
e civilians the home frontto to Starke, Dec. 1,
with the director of vocational is up to on guns and battleships. Of course, the people wanted to see approxi

teamed up of Education stay put during the holidays so therehill now_nO 4t.me t.Dig. :see. ; lacioriesVernon : wor.t.r1'... ,' S
d ;; training of the State Department \ be room on trains, busses and planesfor Howe Bailey presented the Idea to Harper's"

1:. ?. i r and reported to the Chief Execu- as many service men as possible. Magazine, "Good idea. Just what we want. Go at once. .

1 tive an impending shortage of trainees for they said.. .
i and replacements for drafted Armed :with government credentials as identification
; war industry The Army And The Bible Bailey hopped a train to see Eugene G. Grace, presidentof
men in vital civilian jobs, and recommended the steel Guards were stationed around the
: t' a state-wide campaign to encourage en- For the first time in history, the Armyis mammoth plant; a thousand eyes were watching for spies. e
'. rollment in free-tuition classes. ready to pass the spiritual ammunition' Came the moment when he was' to see the'steel king., i *

"1 Governor Holland said: as well as the other kind. More than 250- He set his portfolio of drawings down, faced one of the
.4 in the United States, and explainedwhat
!' most powerful men
000 copies of the Holy Bible have arrivedat .
1- X "No problem before our State now he wanted.
k more important than maintaining a supplyof the ordnance warehouse in Atlanta for "I'm sorry," Grace said, "but I can't let you. No artist

skilled workers for war industry and replacing distribution to' the armed forces in the has ever made sketches in the Bethlehem steel plant,

armed services southeast: Up until now this service has and no artist ever' will. Especially now when we're on ENGRAVED
called into the here and
men work. Last week a French mission was
1 from vital civilian occupations. Training been rendered only through churches, individuals secret wanted to see our plant. We turned them away." PERSONAL STATIONERY

officials advise that it will be necessary to and organizations such as the Bailey was stunned. He tried to persuade the steel '

train a large number of women to fill these Gideons and the American Bible Society. man. But Grace shook his head. This" went .on for ten MANY DIFFERENT: STYLES -

demands. A shortage of trainees The new scriptures are prepared for the minutes, meeting only "No, No, No. MONOGRAMMED WHILE YOU WAIT
manpower that the Bethlehem Steel/company
1S Bailey, appreciating
three major faiths, Jewish, Catholic and
is threatened unless the women of Flor- plant was a rich mine of picture'subjects, thougFinally and
Protestants. They are pocket-size, and will he could he
: ida, who can undertake these assignments, advanced every argument FINEST LEATHER
,, .quickly and in large numbers. ., be presented, upon request, to each officer hit on a brilliant idea. "Mr, Grace," he said, "don't you
Jlu respond and enlisted man to demonstrate "the attitude think that the people who have poured out their money so
and physically handicapped per- how ZIPPER BIBLESYOUR
Older to
: men liberally for these battleships should be allowed see
toward the Scrip-
: sons can also be used."I of the Government it is being spent? Don't you think that this is a chance to

the response will be heartening tures and the work of .the Chaplains, and do something directly for the people?" Mr. Grace looked NAME ENGRAVED FREE
am sure of going into battle with J with interest. .
the importance at Vernon Bailey
41..,' as soon as the need is made known. than just physical strength and mili-: I As he thought it over, he felt that there was somethingdue

i $ May I urge that the facts be placed before more the people of America. Plainly he was impressed. Large Selection of Xmas Greeting Card We |

audiences, newspaper readers, radio listeners ary power. Mr.: Bailey pressed his point, and Mr. Grace grew' more Your Name On Any Xmas Card
I hadn'tthought Engrave
"You right.
and else who can be reachedin thoughtful. Finally, he said, are
f' everyone Farmers Must Be Protected of it from that angle. :You can begin your sketches ..
prospective may
order that every "

,' be informed of the opportunities for train- No farmer, stock raiser or dairymanwill tomorrow Bailey made morning.the sketches and they were published. SEND A PHOTOGRAPHIC XMAS CARD

ing in the vocational schools which offer be put out of business as a result of They proved to be so good and of so much consequencethat .. MADE FROM'YOUR FAVORITE NEGATIVE

a courses with free tuition in. every section, the Certificate of War Necessity plan. Certificates they are now in Smithsonian Institution in Wash-

of our State." will continue to be issued by ODT ington Mr., Bailey D. C. had hit on an appeal that had struck home; ENLARGING PRINTING KODAK FINISH!?

The SDC activated the Department of district offices'and a farmer may appeal to one that won Mr. Grace over when all other argumentshad

local county war rationing failed. Basic appeal.If 12 Hour'Service
i Vocational Education in County and his county agent,
{ Councils and called for an intensive board or county farm 'transportation com- you can find the basic appeal dominant in every man,
Defense of view.
at least persuade him to see your point
.v educational campaign to fill vocational mittee, if he feels' he' amount of gasoline you Many can an appeal, is thrown overboard because the point of ,

school ranks 'with women, older men and granted him' is not sufficient for his needs. view remains obscure. SHOP!

physically handicapped persons. 'The production of food must not be hinderedin BRADFORD PHOTO

+ Hundreds of girls and women have al- any,' way SUNNY BROOK FARM Service at Corinth Church was Next. Door To Western Union

''i 1 lIf. well attended. The devotional
r By MIA Arcola
f ,.,./ '; Mean A LotTo cigarette papers, shoe polishing hour was spent with singing and I ,STARKE -. FLORIDA
II.dt. _:. Those Little Kit Bags cloth, small pencil c with cap, Mrs Ernest Massey of Miami,, prayer.
( ;
\ Soldiers Away From Home envelopes, paper, chewing gum, Mr. and Mrs. Roy'' C. Carraway I
j .: .
i I. .. shoe laces, razor blades, a hum- and ,Sam Carraway of Kansas, I
A quota of 260.000 kit bags men of this project.In orous or dot ective pocket-size City, Mo., and Bob Carraway olWilllston .
for soldteis has been accepted by the midst of the raging conflict book, water-proof match case, anda have been visiting Mr' --

Red Cross Chapter In the eastern of the Solomon Islands, kit sewing kit containing buttons, and Mrs.. Raymond Crosby I this
area, and 400 are being made here, thread, needles and pins. Con- week. They were called here because -
distributed to the men I
according to an announcement by bags were tents of each bag costs approxi- of the Illness, and death of i -
Mrs. H. .C. Brown, chairman of by Red Cross workers and the mately $1.. The Red Cross pays their father, Robert Carraway.
production.The cigarettes and other_ Items added for the khaki material and tape Mr and Mrs. W. R. Haislop 1 8Rf
much to the comfort of the men and makes them according to
and business
has made
War Department requested son Fred a
It la said. From experience and specifications.Since .
trip Tuesday.Mr.
the be completed -
that bags ,
the satisfaction expressed by ser- each bag contains a small and Mrs. T. N. Norman
on 'schedule .so that every vice men, the contents of the i
card giving the name of a Red and son, Gerald of Water Oak,,
fighting man leaving.for foreign bags have been standardized as fraternal organization were' dinner guests of Mr and
? duty will have a kit bag. Mrs. ;follows: small soap box and soap,' Cross Chapter a Mrs.: C. C ,'Crosby '''Sunday. .
E. I* Matthews and Mrs. Charles : deck of playing cards, package of or an Individual, thereIs ? ,
Mrs. J. R. Kelly and Mrs. H. B. # drab1L
Darby have volunteered aa chair- cigarettes or smoking tobacco and a continuous stream, of "thank .
Kelly and son, Johnny Mack, y
you" postcards and letters from spent Saturday In Jacksonville.

4 service men who have received Mrs. Tom Waters and daughter 1/L t

On Every Front them. These expressions, of ap- Reba and Mrs. Eva Craw-

preciation more,than repay those ford, all of Lake Butler, were
visiting Mrs., Arsula Crawford
who have given a mall amountof -." Fif
\ General Electric equipment Renting with America' land time and money for the prep- Mr. and Mrs. O. E. Crosby
rmy. From the rolling.kitchen to. the front line electricity _
works for victory. eratlon of the gift bags. and daughter. Doria, were visiting
their son-in-law and daughter,
TRAIN SCHEDULE Cpl. and Mrs. Earl Kirby, in

SouthboundNo. Jacksonville, Saturday night., ,

1 (local) due Starke 11:10P. : Mrs. W. T.< Crosby and Mr.
M. and Mrs. Frank Norman of Water ,' We 'are .now in position to take care of your
No. 191 (Miami) due Starke 10:38: Oak were transacting business In ,

P. M. .r Jacksonville Saturday. J holiday needs. .
No., 107 (local) dueStarke 9:50A. : Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Crosby, Mrs.
p M. Arsula Crawford, Mrs. Beulah
See our large, selections Xmas Cards, some
NorthboundNo. Kelly, .and Mr ... Evelyn, : Crosby ,
s 2 (local) due Starke 4:46: made a .business trip to Grandln at 50c and $1.00, that are really' beautiful. Xmas

A. M. v Wednesday.,. I tags, ribbons cord seals and cellophane,
No. 192 (through) due Starke Mrs. Nana"Newlon. of Ft, Myersis stamps
and 5:28 A. M. visiting her mother, Mrs. ArU, colored tissue and other wrapping material.
1. In the factory electricity 3. In induction center No. 108 (through) due Starke Brown, this week. ,
stitches the seams of tank field hospital, the X ray help .
it safeguard the health of our 6:30: P. M. Mr. and Mrs.W. T. Crosby at.
and on the :
control armor the operation of these fighting men, aiding I the diag.pesrhe.dsofmoderncombat. No. 44 (through; reservation' tended church, services at Water Just ;received a new shipment of 'Shakespeare
noels and treatment of diseaie. train) due Starke 2.51: P. M. Oak Baptist Church Sunday.The 'Heddon
',. mII.n..tEr / Starke and Hell Pearl Harbor( Day PrayeiBackache I fishing reels, also True, Temper rods,
r No. 101 leaves Starke 7 A. M. > Minnows Al Foss
casting line Johnson
No. 102 arrives Starke 1:50: P. M. G spoons,
Dally except Sunday d baits. .

Be Quick TQ Treat.Bronchitis I. Our stock of Evening in Paris gift sets, Coty

: May7ara Kidney of Action Disordered i jJ Hudnut, Wrisley; Elmo and many others, are

Modem life with its hurry and worry, moving fast better make your selection now, and
'Irregular habrta. Improper mine{ anxl
[ KF Chronic bronchitis may develop If drinking 'termkof.epo.ur.andinf.a. avoid disappointment.
4 your cough,chest cold,or acute bron- tlontnrowa b.avy.trsia on the work
chitis of the kidney. They..apt to heeonM
afford totakeachancewithanymedicine .....'-u"... and fail to filter axmaa acid
3. Far from the usual power 4. Blitz war require. swift less potent than Creomulsion- end other. ImpurltiM- from the lileglvlaiblood. I Whitman and Hollingsworth Fine Chocolates,
mobile plant communication I On the soldier's which goes right to the seat of the You may lauffer nagging baakaeha,,
; ourcei electricity for power 800,000.000 back, in field and sky. radio trouble to help loosen and expel germ headache, diauaeaa, getting up night,. in all sizes, also Cedar chests, and fancy boxes.
upply ...
by co-ordinate the striking force soothe phlegm and aid nature to leg p. wellingfeel eonatanttjtired. .. ...
candlepower searchlights and heal ,tender.Inflamed .....-,all wont out.Other .
read of American army plane, gun, I
which a newspaper can be of kidney or bladder dlaorder are earn
ii and tank.. bronchial mucous membranes. tinea burning, aunty or too frequent.
.12 mile away. Creomulsion\ blends beechwood evlnatloa.Try .
.. General Electric believe that its Art duty aa a creosote special process with other Pom. Pill. Doa..'. help thkldnaya <. S jef'E
acidic time tested medicines for coughs.It to par all harmful exeeea body ::
good citizen la to.be a good contains no narcotics. waete. They h... bad mote than half Drug.Slol.e
Ge-naraf lctric Company 5cAa...ef aJy, N. Y wetm No matter how many medicinesyou century mended of hy public grateful approval.ueera everywhere Are ''reeon)::
7 :<'4 ., "- * have tried tell your druggist to Atk avw M fterfDOANS
"' sell you.bottle of Creomulsion with

..1 .G NEB...AL.b: .; ELECTRIC' < the way understanding it quickly: you must cough like per the PILLS [ STARKE, FLORIDA 0

+n, ay. { -I;l* ? lltL: jAiii ;,.1< J"J' '. mlttln rest and sleep, or you are co
f i'iI''jii/! J.iJiC1ir. : have your money back. (Adv.) i I .

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dig down deep and help the ANT NOTICH. TO APPRAH !,I rember 2nd 1)142.)
Juniors. STATE FLORIDA to: Ijorralnft i' (OFFICIAL SKAL) A.I.
Bradford High Journal Walker ('Iwt. whose address In Aa Clerk of Maid Contt.
Grammatical GadaboutCo It. You It. I. KlnxTold. Virginia i A.V.. (Clturlwlrk Jr Mt: AiiRunMne,

mer P., a Senior who ought to January arc 41 h.required, J JH4.I: In to the st'pear abuv on i] Fl.urldit Atty for PIT 12-4 41 1.1.:. <::>

know better latest Insult!! to the nrtuiMd Court "lid111"., whrrln 'O'I'U' IVrMVriOX... TO
English language, was (I quote) : plaintiff xrtikM dlvorv*. Bradford MKI.IHTKIf: rI-'l'l'l'Ina '' MHH
County Tfl'Kraph shutS .
-oRLth;; STAFF "He blewed It down". That's all thin Order In utibllxh. Notice Ix hereby Klven that the;
II"Xt tour
w* kly undHrxIg-ned, under the
; Who fsl'.veI.n) .
-,.ID-chlet Walou Sewell Davis Will Be Chosen Christmas Queen? right. Comer you dear boy youcan't IHIXII'X.Witness mr hnnd and I official' lit Act Chapter or IK4I. 201IA.1, will I I.HWK reitlxter" of with Florida thx,
help it. xi.nl ut stiirkp. Florida
Editor thin No.venih.r Clerk of the Cli-fult' (Conn In and
j 27th. *542.
_"Rtportt> June Blow I Spotted and Jotted Comer. (OFFICIAL lIAt.) A. .I. V for IrS St Hradford So..,.. name) "'ou of n 17. Florida' the
Patsy Keen Students HaveImportant Hot Contest As Clvrk ut mild Court.: Th..1 I
Nina Wonder
<''II b HONOR ROLLIt Freddie. and Earl at the 124t 12-25 Dirt Shop under whlrli
Alice June ,Harding | Green Cove-Hastings game In _____ I Iiv we are eiianmed' and dolnir hum;
Part Sponsored flees at 114 H.). Thompson
;r Jewell Powell is with sincere pleasure that Palatka last Friday. My-my how C.Uf.I'r f'ol'I'r. imtitpotio. iltarke: ., Itradford County Florida I'It.
Leis Newsome 0"'r". KI.WItll| IN !!."%. That the
Maid blminexx
At Watch TowerIt we here present the names of By Juniors I these B. H. S. students do get I KHounicR: \ ,. and operated by the In owned
cubLe; Eva Fay Gainey the students whose work around! Statement from girls op prnnicATiov 1. .. ptirtleM: following In-
F Markey Is Interesting Yes. sir its a real election that "Quite "* ANI I NOT1CB TO APPKAH 'I C, .tt:11o: : '. and W. T. Itudd,
Martha to note the grades for the past month have some game. Statement Corn' OeVoHK. IMnlntirf '1'.. Phllltt At Ktarke, Hradfnrd
I !II1I8d Shirley CoUey excellent way In which the high placed them on the B. H. S., hon la taking place to determine who from boys-"Quite some girls". DuVoMH STATK: Dpfrndnnt.OF Caxa No.; 2044. ida, thin 25th day of Nov.County 1U4L Flor
Thomas to: fhllln 11-17
Clarice shall!! ba crowned of the 4t 11-18
-- school students are or roll for November. Every pr queen The Creative Writing class 3rd. : rtaVoHM whose addrvxH U 101 ()r''nt i
___ Nina Bishop taking overa Christmas -
Features son whose dance the 18th of DcCember. Mt..Albany. New York. I Ixou
Grlder great deal of name appears here has Period Is having to make speeches ari required' to 111'1)0'11"| on \OTKK\ OK. ADOPTION
Marjorie responsibility at The Juniors have under I .
ward5 !
received grades of "B" or better. and brother, are they having one Jununry 4th., 1943. In the nbonnnmd \. '. IrruU. 1-nnrt for Bradford '
the observation taken 'this drive and from all.in.: Court and ( tjr, Florida
tower. This This is rauxp,
Is truly an honor hard time. Mr. .
of top Rooks tells un plaintiff xr.kx dlvorr Bradford NolUie la hereby gIven that
EDITORIALtUlSIJKB very Important to our defense and ranking students. We are proudof dlcatlons It is to be a success. that poise Is Important in speech- County Tvlvirrnph shall publish. the 2Mth day of December, A. on D.
Each class in high school has thlx Order In next four 1042 at I o'clock I'. M
them selected weakly In-1 or an noon
there Is still need for an Increas and It is hoped that the making. This. naturally, won'tbe .u..x. 'I :I hereafter aa ian be heard thfl
candidate to '
:- ing number of volunteers. : list may be much longer next its represent hard for them dignified Seniors \Wltncx my hnnd and official underxlnrned, Intends to apply, t<*
It Is month. their respective classes in this **al: at Ill In Novrml Honorable A. X. Adklna. Circuit .
really a privilege to serve and the but you can never tell about >i>r S&th..kiIt4h.rld": | Judire, In Slarke, Florida for '
little chapel programs work Is not Tufifth Grade election.. those silly Sophs and Jerky Juniors. (FFUIAl4 tiKAl. A, J. Tlioinai order authorising-;; unjaruulienid:
strenuous or technical 'I June Gloria Buford will represent the A. Cltrk of ald Court. to adopt Clara iIae Irlffln. a min
II have been having during that it i Is not possible for BIoss Confidentially kids I was 12-4 4t 1J-ZJ I or,
I Senior Class, Marjorie Davis the Joe ..
to be Idalou Davis quite some speaker in day (I :' \VIIII. .
my : 'If' 'r
".i weeks have proven anyone participate.. At the Edna Junior, Lora Crews the Sophomore '\ nan! 11'..vOIHT. "" c.FOR i. Mallle Wllllama,
to u". Our present time Mrs. Grace Wainwright Edwards still do right well). Orating Ossle 'os'''sty'. ...OR.UI' t'it S N. 11-27 4t 12-18
t Inspiration Eva and Ix>rene Moncrief the ('I.:..V
has Fay Gainey they used to call me. S() If you I -
wonderful undertaken the Freshman. Their W. T. Hmlth. Plnlntlff ...
phll- super various cam Kva IM
ban a vision of it until the Marjorie Grider need any help give me the ole Smith. T>t.fendnnt., Caxn No ID01. : Tessiisei IT cot UT OK TIIH
post can be paign managers have had signs KKillTII Jll>lfl\l. flllCI IT 05'
each OltPKIt
That we see Gladys OF IMIHMCATION
j We. Loper high sign. .'
filled TMM "T
cot rK! OK .
someone with more made and distributed In various ,\N Ii NOTICIC TO AI'I'I AU I KI.OHIIIl. 1%
EK ipeakB to us in that very time. Martha Markey How to Win the War Dept.- STATH OF 1.'I.Oltlnto: Rva: AVIt IM FOH' Rn'.ORU. ('Ot!>T"
parts of the school .
Zannle buildings as Smith, whom xldvnr.'. IM .
I manner of his and each This branch has to do with reporting Clarice Stanley well as all over town. Votes area Bobbie C. has vowed to discontinue known. William J.Plaintiff lilt.I)""", :
[all about a very "down to all planes passing over William Baker penny each and it Is through to chewing gum for the duration January You lore 4th.itnlrd, 194*, In to nppear tit* above on I. Mary ifpUude.va. HIM. FOR
chief rubber. What
observation center and this save noble iiMnircl Court and, chuMs, wh.'eIiplaintiff DIVOUCW
He means what Wilson competitive race that the Defendant;
wbject. it Is the "* Greene sacrifices won't these n. H. S. xi ikx dlvorcv. llrndfnrd, :
only part of civilian defense Junior Claw hopes to make a ; ORDKH .OK PI'ULIOATIO.V' :
and somehow .he succeeds which la under the direct Eleventh Kenneth Martin lot of the necessary money to Babes make next? County DrU-r In Tvlfwrnph....", four xhall w..kly.niilillMh Ixxurx.thin HTATM TO MAKY i ss' ...I.t McDADK)|III1.A
Grade :
us thoroughly agree control of the New Facts Discovered WltnixM my hitnd. and I offlflul I You .
Army Air Column are .
hereby ordered
Coips. Phyllis Martin carry out Its obligations. There xpnl nt Htarko, Florida, I hiM No- and I*
bit opinions and resolve to This Is also demonstrated by the Virginia Sewell seems to be a great deal of in- --That Charlotte Wagner has Vftnltor" Out h., IIU.O""II''AI. 2lxt iulred day to of appear December.on Monday A. D,, ,1943.the

ter. His object In speaking official arm band worn by .observers Bill Parker iciest in this campaign and who done gone and won a 4-H prize. I AM( Cl-rk' I.of HIOM' KM Id,)l'mOl'I.A.I J. TIlrttllaH tteforn the above entitled! Court to
the [till
i to criticize our actions but which states such. These Leonard Peek ever wins will have the satisfac- : hear that It takes the form of a li-4 4t IX-1S: Plaintiff of leek.Complaint to'Obtain wherein a 4lvorcu the

to( offer wholesome advice may be obtained upon the com Tenth tion of knowing that she has $100 War Bond. Good girl from you.Jlrmtfiml.
valuable as weXqzt pletion of 25 hourd Grade Charlotte! IV Clllfl IT I'lH IIT. HlltHFOMII County Teleitraph I I..
jihould prove of service and won the approval of the school .. hereby.
I Frances Colley Cot N'l'Fl, )llll>5| IN I'll \\- dexlitnated an the newHlianer -
t: our school routine. He to anyone who continues to serve and town. It's all good clean fun Help Wanted-Could somebody 'KHVPntil In which thIs issuer HhaH hapubllxhecl
| endeavored to bring In at least two hours Dorothy Crosby tell I I K. loud, 1'1..I"tltt.'It'lflnhl oma a week for four )
ilio a week. The Oleita Green nnd everybody Is working hardto me why George F. is working .. uonxenillve weckx.
Uoud I5cfsndant
speakers who have given local tower needs volunteers and Barbara Home nee that his claMs representative so hard ? I don't know but I'm OIlllKIl;
good talks about those here Is a good chance to take an Barbara Keen \' gets! the votes. Inclined to think he la going to KTATM AND NOT1CH OF FI.OI1IDA 1'0' "I'!'!., this tM3! ,ITIh ut Clarke nay of
wblch touch our lives so active part In a vital of de buy a Chrlstmao 101I'lfllll.. : Hiadford County, Florida.
i part Here's to the winner and we present for someone Oood whoxi rnxlditni1' IM 22AII "
Mary Ellen Wasdln A. J.
Thonmx, Clurk of theCircuit
Bradford High Is an In- fense. / Nort 6th l-llrvvt. Murrlxonbiii ,\
C. W. Colson hope that by next, week we will at the State Farm. Correct 1'vniiMylvanlit.Yi ; u, ( ...Irt Itradfoid I

::mI i of learning and we are Come on students let's sign up Ninth Grade be able to give some official reports me If I'm wrong. nrr roqulrnd to appear on 11-20 County 4t U.llet's (OFFICIAL.; NEAL.) .i."
td In theme things that and report the planes. Give January 4th, 'IU41, In In* aliovnnatnrd .
Mrs. Gloria Cooper as to the progress of this i Hat band Clippings-June U. Couit" and .........., whr..lnPlnlntlff
to Increase our knowledge Wainwright your name today and Hazel Fields race which Is to determine the Is very shy about It all but I xe..ka Ikild character.' We like she County Telnttrraph' slosh. puhllnh 5 thlM'
: our will assign
you a regular hear she has
Gather Griffin queen of 0. If.... S. It Is also developed a sudden ()rtt.-r In U4'at four weekly IMKUAM.
'If t outside speakers come Inn time which will be your watch Hcrbert Prince hoped that everyone will plan liking for a guy named Tony. Wltni>XH my hand and official
| also like to listen to our and : ..ral I ut 54*a rk,', Florldn. I III" l>ai''''m-
your responsibility. Klglifh: Grade now to attend the (lance at the Judy McRae's new manicure is her I Ml. 15)42.O5'l.'I'IAI. .

for we appreciate his -I. L. D. Marlon Brown armory on the night of the 18th positively a scream. He sports a ( UK A I.) A. .1. 'rho"""1

t! In our welfare. Keep it Joyce Moore and witness the crowning. The coat of real gypsy red on his An 12-4 Clmk 4t 12-25.of saIl Court.

t. Smith and I am sure that Vox Pop, Jr. Elmer Johns Juniors will let us know definitely fingers and I'm not just jlvln'. -- PA1P

nil find us a very devotedof Seventh Grade about those plans In the near It's the real McCoy too. He IM f'IIIt'II1' ('4)1 IIT. IIMtllFOHIt
students. f'OI %T%. I'I.O'U" "' IV' .n \\-
Last week was our initial publication June Bell future. !nays that Onle Mae gave It to (''':II'"

-I. L.D.. of this column and since Ona Demorest Harry I., flennvar. Plaintiff, v...
him.I Myrtlx lenovar. Defendant. (Cax
the response was so favorable we Rebecca Simpson Home EC. Gleanings Wish I Had-Walden W's No. 2050. J

nior Biographies have decided to make it a regular Paul Canova knack of being so unconcerned- OKD1CU I NOTH'M OP' PPHMrATIOMAND TO API'KAH. ,. have your

part of our paper. But please note Robery C. Frazier I happened to be better off this Bobble C's ability to chew gum. HTATB I OF FLORIDA to: Myrila

this fact! You. the students are William Smith week than I was last week. Why? and Jewell P's genius for knowing Oenovar..w a.Vgii whose rexldencit ,IM tinkit. FALL

to write the letters that appear Phillip Thorn Because I have finally gotten all how to be quiet In home room. are required to appear on I F 0 0 T .JV E A R

and It is to you that we look each of my seams, sewed together after -Mother, Mother, Pin a Rose On January Court 4th., and IIH.1 mime In the. wherein abovennmed

Monday for material to make up BHS Student about two weeks of trying to get Me Dept.-Those seventh grade plaintiff seeks dlvur'.... Bradford ,

this column. Get busy and give at a machine.; Incidentally we boy are really doing a fine ser. Order County In Teleirraph'next four shall weekly ptibiuh Ixxuex.Wltnexx ibid. DAINTY FOOTWEAR :

us your problem and the staff will Wins PrizeIn don't )Have an over supply of there! vice for the library., Seems like my hand and officialxeal ,I REPAIRS I

get together 'and give you an 4-H Contest little engines.! Poor me! I'm al-! they have undertaken to make at )oItDI'ke. Florida, this I'. I OUR SPECIALTY

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answer. ways last on everything.- I just fifty book ends. That's a worthy ----- -

Dear Editor I Charlotte Wagner 11th grade heard Mrs. lfcRaeay that Friday eftort and we are proud of them. AUTO PARTS
was the deadline on our pro.
I of theme people who transfer student from Keystone Campus Cutupa That fourth Finest Leather Used
am one
Inclined think that : AUTO
I jects. I'm ,to period Ed. class Is GKNRKATOKS. GLASS! :!
has been cursed or blessed with I Heights HI, was recently awarded I'hy. quite
some of us will.-lave! to get good I hear. CASH FOR C1tS.NI)
Coach tells
being small 'stature. ,All of my j first prize: in the state 4-H Food bu >. they drill better than other TRUCKS IN ANY TheElectric

JAMES: BROOKS friends. are Inches taller than bad.I I Preparation Contest conducted us "'liNNTO SRK:- clear In (he school. By any the way CONDITION \VK: IIUV Shoe Shop
and it makes me awfully
Dooley dashing around withskirt JUNKEt: & UIIKCKKIJ:
I June 22, 1925. James Brooks console- part of the Home Demonstration gentlemen for your Information :
Can you offer me any I In hand and Mr. McRae AUTOS Across From Park Theatre
this Is
I born in Mobile Alabama. ment or sympathy or am I to be program In Florida last year For- wondering what she's do to elMs composed of all
living in Mobile gonna, women. And they tell us we'reof UIK'd Autos .
for four $2
left alone with my grief? merly I the winners of first honorsIn it next. >>> upHASKINS
k beLoved to ,Georgia and M. D. the weaker sex. Ha-ha!! But
| here for one year. He state "-H contests for girls Barbara K. having a rare time you'd better look out girls--Your .

d 1 !whools! In Wauchula, Why 'should you worry ? Val- trip to the National Club Con the band to sew on first. rest of the boys. That would be North of Town on Koari IS

7. Greenville and uable presents often come In Martha: M. hemming that lovely terrible (lor woul, now .. .. : I
gress _ln Chicago but this year. piece of blue check and actingso ---- --- _'.
small packages. Just think about We wonder if Charles (Clark)
due to war conditions it has been unconcerned as if it were all
how blessed are and remember Parker ever got his one and only
t you know James 'was you
one that It's the quality of a per- decided not to seqd the girls. In a days' work.. I guess It is. from the U. S. O. the other
sponsors at
the homecom-
lame. When he comes by' son and not the quantity that However Strvel Inc., has donateda Anyway we get graded on It. night? Seems that hA was* havinga
So till next time-
|till see that all of the girls counts. I don't know but I hear 100.00 War Bond to be presented -1 long Garnlta. bit of trouble. Keep trying,

to '. prefer short dumpy Ciark-you'll win out yet.
7 "flip flap. that boys to Charlotte as winner of
for then they feel so big We wonder why Nina was so
1' liken and reading music and girls and strong and oh! so very he- first place In this state contest. Junior Red Cross glad, .to get back from Ga.? CouldIt

dislikes profanity.. Charlotte loan been memberof be that smooth
rotc You aren't so bad off after a running model _
">f. plans to attend Central all. the 4-H Club for seven years Members of the" Junior Red "A". J4 ..",-.

Institute I n Springfield Editor and three times won scholastic I Cross have been asked to cooperate It seems that Julian has finally

"11. So, James1, here's' to .1 trips to Tallahassee. In 1938 and '.1'. in a drive sponsored by iound 'the girl that he has been

1 "access from the Senior Dear Editor 1940 she was selected as the best the Bed Cross, ford: the purpose looking for and I do mean JewellC.

I am very infatuated with a all-round camper at the 4-H summer I. of collecting articles for. kit bags French American

handsome! Junior boy. A certain campi'. In 1940 she was fifth I. for soldiers. The ladles of .the We wonder why Lyle Mack And DanishPASTRIES

PUS Fashions vivacious Junior girl seems to highest In the state Food Preparation Red Cross are to make the kits and John like to visit study hall 'Protect

have a priority on him as far as Contest and last year she I which will be filled with articles so often. How about that Mr. your

"U are feeling the hurt of he !III concerned. This unscrupulous was chosen second highest in the .! collected by the Junior Red Cross; Futch ?

In War too because of war girl Is very fond of a certain state on general 4-H Club work soap toothpaste razo' blades Attention --Margaret Sapp W II Lome with aaougL

'* es she still Insists on etc- These kits will be given to proudly displaying swell
they are being made senior boy yet toward a Washington trip. a elegant Try Our

IIId not pleated and tucked going with my heart throb. He During these years she has carried each soldier when he sails for wrist watch. From what I hear Fire Insurance

lJ'ous! ways a0 previously never notices me: My problem is; the following projects: Food foreign service. When the representative It was a gift but not from Daddy. DOUttHNUTSFresh

Since old man Jack Frost What should I do about It T Preparation (cooking and baking visits you. do your Those four diligent (get that Charley E. Johns
''y Heartbroken Freshman. part to make some soldier hap- word kids-I'm coming out In
creeping his way to Fla., A I ). Dairying Canning. Garden. Daily
DOw are holding an Interest. I l Ing Clothing, Exterior and Interior I' pier. Contribute to this cause; the world) Seniors are still sew. Agency

wlors very bright and Dear Heartbroken Freshman.onlya Home Improvement. Poultry I you Wont regret It. log In Home EC. Ole Snooper *MT AUK!!:, FLORIDA

plain' and plaid are being My advice is. That you are and Don't forget to come to our didn't think they would stick to i SABINE'SBAKERY 119 Eoat Call Street

Sweaters are playing a mere child and that someday Leadership.:1.: J. meetings on Monday afternoons. It, but they duod it. Remember Telephone. IS

role along.with the skirts. you will laugh at your foolishness.worth -M. O. glrU Friday. Is the deadline-so "......."(1...

Plain colored skirts red;' Evidently this of sorrow.boy Isn't Take my Juniors To Promote work hard and maybe you'll makeIt. 312 W Call St. THE TRAVELERS, Hertfonl
blue, tears i
and black are they your Second Grade
< choice in the plaids advice and show more attention and Christmas Dance Well I must leave now causeI .

J|ght hues are intermingled to a boy nearer to your age I 18 Millard Griff brought a beau- hear me ole friend Carguntua -_.___ --p --- -1_.._ .. ...

tills and designs to make to one.. who Is more'appreciative.Editor. December tiful Christmas tree for our room. arrives. I lt:! town today and since! We Do Work

e combinations. I I Friday.'. Dec. 18 at 8:00: 'in the We are drawing Santa., Christmas ne ana i are suited so well, I Superior ',
trees candles and Christ don't want to miss him. Bye
Dear Editor: Armory the Juniors will sponsora '
nee tenth grade girls witha nus tree decorations. now..
Club Why do these Christmas dance complete
Glad to have Edwin Conway -Ima. For Better
B TIt'sgetting' Cleaning -
keep going over to Unit Christmas Queen. Four candidates -
'Officers' ana Jerry Sauberan back In
a habit and each la
to be quite ,. one from grade
Bradford' Science sometimes habits get to be annoy high school have been elected. school after. their illnesses.-Brownlee. WIPE THAT SNEEROfF) HIS% FACEWKSAVINGS / I
Club met
I'1' ing. Especially. if they furnish They are senior Gloria Buford; TRY THE
regularmeeting I4 ) -
competition. Marjorie Davis i ; sophomore -
In unwanted junior
bou.. ...the Officers auditorium of the Just Curious. Lora Crews; freshman. L.or- Ima SnooperHowdy NEW METHOD CLEANERSMr.
were eJect-

they> are as follows:' r: Dear J. C.: ene Moricrtef. folks-how Y'all? ? and MIL, E. O. Edwards Owners

ent-oeorge but I Imagine It'. The campaign managers are: Well. kids about 14 more
Flynn who I'm not mire -
'iCted' dark-haired senior. Marguerite Gilpin; junior 815 Temple Your Patronage Phone
Unanimously because of a certain days until Xm&s. rYe already
e President_Freddie Wlm- football hero over In that build- J. A. Martinez. and Jewell Carter; asked ole Saint Nick for what I Avenae Appreciated: 1S3

Ing. The thing for you to do Is sophomore Arlene Dew Barbara want-a tall. dark goodlooklng S -___ S _____p ___.- pppsp -

ttary. -Wanda Pearce to give their competition right Harrell Keen Mack(They Futch really and mean Bryan bust stranger like Tyrone power (without _-_.__- a--- ___- ____ p__r .
then they wife Twould be
rerBnrton Prlnce. back to 'em. Maybe Tur a ) Ho-humJ:
freshmen, Bobby
rter. -Retty Turner." will drop their bad habit. ness); and wonderful to have something like

mentarlaa Comer Editor. nero him around all the time. Prompt Service Careful Drivers

Perry-I Boxes will be placed In the hall This reporter can hardly wait

near the auditorium doors and for the big celebration the Juniors
took the oath of i 10-B Class NewsWe
Science Club which entitled boxes for the junior candidate. are sponsoring Dec mber 18. Starke Taxi ServicePhone

ro charter have a new pupils from Marjorie Davis. will be placed all Musn't forget-'to get me glad '

Is hoped that membership. /acktonvllle! this week. His nameIs over town; Comer seems to be rag out and have them patched. Bu'f
lees have been ss Earl Sault. carrying around a box for Gotta go see one of those gorgus BONOS CISTAMPSJWCIRCC'IT
M appointed and practically using GIOrla'1 I still 150
:he Plans can be mapped out Lora Crews was elected from gala crowned Queen ( can't

f1nalnder of the school the tenth grade as candidate for tactics to get votes. understand why they didn't pick : roriir. R. f"ORU

Which 'NtU Include social Christmas Queen. Come OH fellows Remember when you come to me)-certainly wish I knew who ("OI'' TV ITLOHIOAI IM fin..

Work Charity work .. do as Herbert la doingdigdeep the dance you .have to stay until its gonna be. Remember votes J.K'ERY.. Anton Claud Plaintiff v.. Day Night
II other the end. are only one cent a piece so l. rrmlno Walker Claud, L'.fndant.C .

lnter.chola.tto ac. Robert Bark,dale. R. B. W. CO 1..on. boys. .stop fumbling and .ORDER.. Nn 204 UP PUBLICATJOX ,-.p. .. ___ a-- AI ..... ... ...... -0



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-Men." Miss Olive Ray bad chargeof Ward had charge of the program. Says the column's BO Inter- local USO ClubsEditorinchief
.nI'SOCIETY and CLUBS the program and reviewed an Assisting Mrs. Ward on the program estln' she gets to readln' It an' RrchlRlstel''

: article about Dr Joseph Paul were Mrs. Ellery M. Davis, burns, the biscuits: !. Maybe CUlinary MaJ'lus :
1 -- Bartak In a German Prison. Mrs. William Norris and Mrs. M. that's a complaint, but it's sweet Secret' Ithel!: S
It voted to music to my ears anyway adds a touch of
the C. Mayhew. was purchase
Dye-Lawrence Mrs. Beasley Hostess Christmas Program Others assisting on programwere almond nato
t I Mrs. W. H. NoIIman, Mrs. a new table for the church Add addresses you should send her ambrosia. \
,q Miss The 1 m a Lawrence, of To U. D. C. MembersThe Enjoyed Wednesday J. I*. Thorne ,and Mrs. I* D. vestibule and chairs for the Sun- Xmas cards to: Ivan E. Spon- to be obtrusive, but Juat Not
Tr % Moorehead City, N. C., became By Woman's Club Green. During the business session day school room. Mrs. J. M. holtz, Platoon 94, U. S. M, S. to make everybody \l\'Ondl't r
+(' the bride of Pfc. Hugh Dye of W. T, Weeks Chapter U.', arrangements were made to Mitchell" and Mrs K. M. Davis Training School, St. Petersburg, It I" .,. Albert Torreulla

} y' t Atlantic, N. C., in a ceremony D. C., was entertained Tuesday'afternoon The Woman's Club met Wed- put flowers in the'church for the were to !select the table and Fla. Pfc. Elbert M. Edwards, from Australia that he x
+ ; performed In the Baptist Church by Mrs. O. L. Beasley nesday afternoon and was favored month of December and January chairs. It was also voted to buy Slat Med. Det., C. A APO 851, take a thousand dollars won

} ln'i' Saturday night at 8 o'clock by at her home on N. Walnut St with a lovely program of Christmas 3. The 18 members'present Join- shrubbery for the church yard, coo Postmaster, New York, N. Y. hes seen an' learned since tOt

g the Rev. A. E. Lightfoot, paator.lv Bowls of pink and red radiance in music and readings. ed In singing Christmas carols, and the shrubbery committee appointed Hear Ruth (SternbergJ Scan- in' overseas .

ur The traditional wedding marches rose were placed to advantage A short business session was with Mra. A. Z. Adkins as piano was: Mrs. Norris and tan is snowbound at Apt. 212,
where the
were played by Mrs. L. A. Can- the living room guest I presided over by the president accompanist. The hostess, assist Mrs. Mayhew.The 1117 N Dearborn St, Chicago, Orclilda to I Fine
ova and the church was beauti- were seated. Miss Evelyn Stump, with Mrs: ed by her daughter, Miss Jewel committee appointed to III. ,. Anyone with an extra Ferarra who cloL (!l
t fully decorated with gladioli and The meeting was presided ovr Charles H. Allyfi as secretary and I.Powell served hot tea and decorate the Christmas tree was: St. Bernard might send' it alongfor for: half an hour Tuelv""
white candelabra. Two vocal solos by the newly-elected president, Mrs. L. A. Canova acting a II cookies Mrs. K. G. Duncan, Miss Lucile Xmas Bertha (Taylor) noon so all the j
i were rendered by John Powell, Mrs. Beasley, and was opened by treasurer pre>-tem. The club vot- Circle, Mitchell Mrs. Mayhew and Mrs.E. Roane has shifted her scene of a free Board of HealthTJ '*

c 31 l t accompanied by Mrs. Canova"Because" repeating the Lord's prayer In ed to give $10 to the Red Cross Sewell hostess M. Davis. toll from a desk 'at H. C. Wall's In this day of the ,
:Mra. W. was allJ1j
} by D'ardclot, and "I concert, and followed by salutes for kit bags for men in the Army; home The hostessserved sandwiches, to the cosmetics counter at Can. coupon, when you and I "
her on
Circle Three, at
love you truly by Bond. Handel' to the United States and Con- also,I voted to buy a $10 Tuberculosis to cookies and coffee to the twelve' ovas .'' asked by a ,deadline for i lire
Walnut St. and the highlightof
"Largo" was played" during the federate flags The president appointed bond. the meeting I was an address' members.and two visitors present. I' r'r a deadline for that, Edward thia BJ
ceremony. the following committeesto Mrs. R. J. Davis, chairman of summed up the
'y bride dressed in for the coming year: by Mr. Robert B. Wear, who Glanced In at the group re- spirit of
The was light serve music, presented! Mm. Julius L. TUERESSA when he dashed into theM
} blue with navy ,accessories, and Cemetery committee: Mrs Thorn, who gave in a charming with her husband spent many I palrln' toys in the rectory tother Station tother
; ( 't, carried a white 'satin prayer, book I I Luther G. Powell Mrs, J. M manner the -reading, "Little fears in China 'working made for moat the By Mins Ida Hagan night, jus'; In time to see three Quick Clifton! I know an' ,.11/
Mra. Wear a .
t covered with white gladioli Mrs Brownlee, Mrs. E. S. Matthews; Mixer": by Lillian Shearon. Mrs of her George Packham and: Earl dignified 'seniors-Dooley Davis last day for something, but
r R. V. Boyd, matron of honor, Flags: Miss ,Olive Ray; Courtesy: Davis presented, as a guest, interesting address, telling of Geiger, of Banana River were Joe Andrews an' Jewell Powell is' It!7"r,. All of
wore a dress of pink, with navy Mrs. R. A. Green, Miss Olive Ray singer, Mrs. John L. Simmons of experiences among the people visiting friends and relatives here sit tin' on the floor bavin' the minds me It's almost which
that the
accessories, and a corsage of Mrs. Hal Edwards; Finance: Mrs.E. Gainesville, who sang a group of China, and showingcurios Monday and Tuesday time of their lives playin' with day to get your Christmas
while there.
4f" white button chrysanthemums K. Perryman, Mrs. O. L. Beas songs suitable to the season. Mrs. were given them Miss Elizabeth Phillips of everything from dolls to drums pin' done early, so a
t P?( d'' Pvt. Roland. V Boyd was best ley, .Miss Madge Middleton, Mra. L. A.. Canova was the piano ac- The circle chairman, Mrs. Sew- 'Starke spent a few days with her Don't wear 'em out, seniors off to see If the ceilln'guess l'l!
I fn devotional service,,
; ) r SI,ir r man. L. H. Hill; Education: Mrs. L. A. companist for the afternoon. ell led a parents, Mr. and Mrs D. J. Phil- >.,. Give the kiddies a chance are still on the cell In' Pr
L4)1 i which was followed by a short I' or If the
Mr. and Mrs. will resideat Davis? Music: Mrs. A. Z. Adkina;
Dye During the social half-hour, the !ipu. Enjoyed read In the first up on the roof, by
Charles now
,rtvj 409 East Jackson St.while Defense! Mrs L. A. Davis, chair lostesses served hot tea several business session. Mrs. issue of "Good Times" USO
new long See
M. Mrs. Darby talked about the need of K. E.' Swindell of Bartow spent you in the next
the former Is stationed at Camp man, Mra. Ethel Biggs. kinds of
sandwiches and
dainty the four
published by
for kits for the week-end with his parents, -Car'
Blanding. R. A. Green; Publicity: Mrs. E.L. Christmas the Red Cross more
candles. The '
Mho Amelia hostesses the soldiers, and asked that the Mr. and Mis. S. R. Swindell.
1 Matthews, Ray;
r 1 ,
were: Mrs C. F. Ward, Mrs. John
it t Junior Club Members Hostess committee: Mrs, Ethel M. Uglow Mrs. E. L. Matthews, Mrs. members' go to the- Legion Hall Mra. A. L. Sullivan of Miami -
Middleton. and help pack' kits. 'Anyone contributing and daughter Mis. J. A. Milli-
Biggs and Mlsa Madge C. M. .. '
Name Mr N. D. Wainwright
Committees( Turney -
The Chapter voted to give $25 I a dollar towards fillinga ken of Ocala, were guests Sundayof DOLLS! DOLLS!
Mrs. Arthur McRae.
The Junior Woman's ,Club of towards helping to educate a Red I kit will do a good deed. Mrs., Sullivan's sister, Mrs. D. DOLLS !
Starke met In regular session W. Moore.
Cross nurse. Mrs. Junius M. Smith presented -
tar Wedneaday night at 8:00: o'clock Interesting: Meetings Mrs. Ed Prevatt and children -
Mrs. L. A, Davis gave a reportof the work of the Defense Council -
( in the Woman's Club Building the General Convention:; In St. Held By W. S. C. S. at this circle, and she also of Starke were guests Sunday of f

with Mire Frances Peek, president Louis, which she attended in November talked at the other two circles Mrs. Prevatt's parents, Mr and
t in the chair. Miss Mar stating that the Florida I, Circle Number One of the about Red Cross and Defense :Mrs W. W. Packham. AI
( t guerite Deyorio. secretary, read report was second best among all Roman's Society of C h r Istlan work for our county. Mr. and Mrs. O. J. Phillips and I 0

t + the minutes of the last meeting, the states. The local Chapter Is Service met Monday afternoon During the social period the ,,Mrs: I. L. Hightower of Lawtey ti
and Mrs. Guy Sale, treasurer, honored to have Mrs. Davis elect- with Mra. E. K. Perryman as hostess served delicious hot were visiting ,friends. and rela- i
hostess at her home W. Madison -
her on tives here
gave report. ed as Treasurer-General at the ginger-bread and tea. Sunday. II!
rq if The Club unanimously accepted convention. St. The devotional service Miss Ida Hagen .and Mr.. Dan f F

,1 I Miss Gloria Johns and Mrs. John During the social half-hour the was conducted by Mra. W. E. Ladies AuxiliaryMet liu.ey were visiting' friends in M"!
Acosta aa new members served hot chocolate and Middleton, circle chairman, and 11".creat Friday.We w z.rk
hostess ,
,r '
))4 I Miss Elizabeth Joiner was made' toasted cheese sandwiches. her theme was in harmony with With Mrs... St. John are sorry to near of the y "

Vice-President of the Club, to the Christmas season. After a death of tad Lieu!. Howard _
ri l take the place of Mrs. J. R. pointed: prayer> the circle joined In singIng The Ladles Auxiliary of the Moore.i He was loved by this I
Wainwright who has resigned. Pouters-MUs Faye Peterson Christmas hymns. Mrs. W. Presbyterian church was entertained community and will ns missed by Fs' ;

The Club agreed to give $3.00 Decol'atlona-Mra. Fred Guy G. Halle and Mra. L. A. Davis Tuesday afternoon by Mrs. eVt-rY'.n,;.' *
towards the fitting of kits for Coca-Colas-Miss Irene Mat- each reviewed an article from the V S. St. John and the meeting I 955

.:i t l soldiers going over-seas, $3.00 thews World Outlook. The circle chair- was presided over by the vice- Mrs. G. W Lamar of Quincy
for the purchase of a Tuberculosis Building-Miss Frances Peek man, Mr.. Mlddleton conducted resident, MIN Lucile Mitchell. will arrive Saturday for a visit &
ad tj Bond, and $1500 for the purchase Party-Mrs. Guy Sale. the business session, and after Mrs. T. N. Kendrick led in a with her cousin, Mrs. J. M. Mit- rI
I of shoes ,for needy schoolchildren Delicious refreshments were adjournment the hostess servedIce devotional! service and Mrs. C. F. chell, and Miss Lucile Mitchell. II

., served by the Hostess Committee, cream and cookies. I
t A dance was planned for Wednesday MlM Evelyn Stump, Chairman, Circle Two y
} t Dec. 30, and the follow- Mlsa Eloise Dees, Mrs. W. C. Mrs. G. C. Powell was hostess a
ing committee chairmen were ap- Powell and Miss Irene Matthews. to Circle Two at her parsonage Carolyn Callstreet: i

home, where the living room was ;

made more cheerful, with potted I I .

> Mlm plants, red berries and white nar-
,Issl blossoms. Well folk looks like a Blanche Vandiviere receives I HUNDREDS OF THEM!
l i The devotional service was conducted gala Christmas season, with all I word from Van (In the South
by Mrs. J. W. White and kinds of parties planned, from Seas) that he'll soon return fora

her subject was "God's Gift to the Adult Fellowship event nex' year in the states .. Seems All Types All Sizes
Tuesday to the Jr. Woman's'Club the medicos serve 12 mo. on foreign I .

STARKE FLA dance Dec, 30 ,?. ,. The jitterbugset I soil an' 12 mo. at home .
ALWAYS A la runnln' a high temperature 'Guess they' deserve It, too ,
over the jamboree sponsored i GENUINE ROLLFAST .

irr WELCOME GIFT by the Junior Class, Dec 18 Jen' ell PrenneU an' Sara Reed ROLLER SKATES .. $1.98
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Quite a heated contest over selec- report a gala week-end at Fort i

SUNDAY MONDAY TUESDAY ClothingRobes tion of the Christmas Queen Jackson: (:S.; C.) Hear Sara .
Hear the last Gallup poll showed caught the bilde's bouquet at the I
13 14 15 .
Lorene Moncrief slightly in the weddln' they attended an' didn't ,, AUTOMOBILESPOTLIGHTS

v ......."._...,,,. ..-.,..... lead, but there could be a lot of know what she was "t'uposed to
'" lip-sets between now an' the 18thif do" Last official Information II S-------: _-- $10.95

the pennies hold out I had, Sara, was that the ,
Altogether, looks/ like a very Interest lucky catchee is supposed to get r'UV'

in' holiday season! an' I married! Emmy Kelly will '
hope the ole feet hold out jus' be an honored guest In Mobile KIDDIES '

> one more time this week-end, -w her e a new I WAGONS -__,:___ 1I .. -- $1.98 up
x Liberty ship' named for her hero .:

THRILLPOWERED'out An*,speakln' of Xmu.s' have you brother. Colin, will be launched "

An ; T'$ heard about the .little girl who I I Orchids to Jeanette* Kincaid I- ,.
1'v' j?;,I h wild decodo of{ wrote to Santa Claus: and asked for the breathlessly beau tiful AIR RIFLES $1.65 up|
L 01 lhe riches...came' a hstt him one thing-"to' watch over window she fixed at Leila's __ __ __:-__ _

and .osy of thrialldv'nwnT Daddy for met' ? Guess more Seems J. jus can't stay away I. '
0,111110' ler..mlghty t.p.t of us should bfthlnkln' about from.pretty things, for she's backon .

( r, wend $4.95Underwear things like that Hear that the job, helpln' Leila out dur- -
after the holidays the Home EC. In" the' Xmas rush ? Hear Joan DOLL CRIBS ,_ _ ___ $1.19

class at BH3 ,wiJ] ,hold a style handsome Carpenter klnda "went" for the ... .. ...
show anr model the numbers their youngkhaklclad pianist
I nimble fingers have been makin' who gave a concert at the Blan- XMAS GREETING CARDS69c

(J m all these months Everything ding. hosp. Sunday t Inoldent-

s i udion from aprons to pinafores ally Buddy Andrews, who'aatudyin' Per Dozen
a pASS.t F eldman Prod Nina Bishop declares It's the best the piano now, was

;, thing she has made In many a mightily enthralled, also .' ... ,
day Recent additions to the ----
P. O. staff to handle the Xmas Ben Strrnberg writes home that
rush: Katie Wimberly and Caro- he an' Milton Brownlee ran into I SUPPLYSTARKE
M-1 lyn Green (0 n Sattldays, till each other In North Africa tother

; school's out) day Says Milton looked fine,
'cept for a four-day growth of FLORIDA.
t 4''', t l\\U\st\\ llllU11\\\\ Spotted an' Jotted Betty Wade beard Mrs J. W. (Noble)

fit tU1l1' 1I\\11S\\ ,\\\In\ completely agog over that luffly White files complaint No. 3176-A

( t4 c \11.11' 00N1A0r \\ Coty set from F. R., Jr. t, -_ ..
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llDlI"nSSt' Marcia (Dad.city) Sparkmanhere
r for a few hours with friends I
.01NDS,, '
$dUlSo\ las' Sunday .. .,.Says she's work-
50c Per ,
Garment In' at the ephyrhllls Air Base
1 I t Y 'v' .' Harold Ginsberg of the r ::7 :17h.e ... '

', I Army helpln' Coach Riser drill I or
rd BHSers FrahlUe 'Ritch breez-
in' by in her recently purchased -'
5 r.; 1941 Ford coupe '. Evelyn i II )

T + iv.c Stump's top coat an' hood-a / o t I da .
grand job to keep out the wintry "

winds Frank Landrum,
'r .. Harry ,
v C'x'f TUcker Joe Andrews an** Bill ,
t .rat Carnaslon back from a week in Sea :.

the wilds, but with NO deer 6 on'

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Call Street emporium
reportrecordbreakln' .' ..x .
blzness again las'

week-end ... Grayer Blumer sold and ,
1;' 1,500 hot dogs' an' hamburgersSat. ',u. YOU must have perfect skin well cared for

? Leather an' dun. ,That's a lotta hands and
Se... Pi. Kwwh G.1.se.Ta..R..d O4. Stc.y,G.ap.O..a!Ye. R..4 Jackets serving for a;one-man-stand a coiffure that does justice to your
AdditKml Dtdogu..Mm Twtrt Bro. Blumer personality. Our
2A Incidentally,, reports
experienced cosmotoligist
that dogs outsell burgers 20 to 1 '
A UNIVERSAL PICTURE $5.95 among the soldiers, but break is able to help you appear fresh ,and 'lovely at

about even with 'the local trade all times. Make appointment early.
T -ALSO- v/ to L M. GaInes' service station I, .

//NJ11-50 seems t o. be becomln' a popular
hangout for all his high school THREE OUTSTANDING LINES OF COSMETICSoCcifai

j Latest "MARCH OF TIME"AND r chums Congratulations to

4h Bill Alvarez, who's jus' been pro-
"1 moted to Supt. of the Ocala dis-

? 7 "T trict for Gulf Life Family i Beau/V. Salon
e, will move there, durin' the holidays .

"WAR Z Andy Adklns writes
NEWS"I that he'll be home from Citadelon
the 19th an' wanta the pantry Phone 149 Starke Florida

I I well stocked: with steak ant.later 1 -, .-

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I L of LOCAL NEWS AWTEY ed Banner": the Methodist Church BROOKER ana daughter, Juanita, were shopping -

By F. R. Carrndlna choir rendered four selections; in Gainesville Thursday of
By Aim. L., O. flaxen
" s Miss Catherine Young sang a last week.
Johnson, who la I Pvt. and Mrs. Resale Colaou YOUNG RK-ELRCTKD: : vocal solo and Rev. Forbes E.
, VI I blooming potted( TO MAYOR'S OFFICEL.awtey'a CLUB Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Markeywere
Edwards, of Valdosta Fuller played a saxophone solo.
Camp Ga., were week planttt for
at -end Chrla m .., poinMsttlaH city election Tuesday, Mrs. Mamie Lou Edwards accom- Miss Frances Tllghmnn and in Tampa Monday

spending hLs furlough guests oi their parents, Mr. and Christmas,.. begonia*, African dais Dec. 8, was accompanied by a panied all the musical numberson Mra. Kstelle: Tilghman entertainedthe )l1'l'. L. A. Brown has returned
home of herm Mrs. O. B. Colaon of Brookerand I I. Wife at the total vote of 55 Mayor GeorgeF the piano. Friday home after an extended visit" with.
III .la* and' sister, Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. F. F. Flume of Mrs. Sam Anderson and her Young was returned to officein Words of night. her son at Tampa

J I Anderson.MranAnder- Starke. : brothers, C. E. Burton of Brooks- his race for re-election, winning compliment heard and appreciation The members enjoyed the even- Miss\ Hettye Hazel Green spent
were! from
i Jfuneral of Mra Mae Jones of Jacksonville vllle, and John F. Burton, of with five vDtps', to spare over people at the end of the meet.many Ing playing rummy and Miss! Wll- the week-end with Mini. Lucile

rrtudmother, MrsC.U. arrived Tuesday for'a visit with) Leesburg were called to Rome, hU worthy opponent',.H. C. Kelly.L. Ing. Spiritual benefits la Mae Clemons wan. awarded a Thomas In Gainesville
1 Ga., last FrtUhns her sIster Mrs. W. E. Middleton Ga., last week to attend the H. Hill were
It Rome. funeral no- opposition, was re.elected easily apparent during the meeting box of chocolates for high score Miss Edna demons of Jacksonville
Lt. George E. Manassa left of their grandmother, Mra. city clerk; as wan Mar- and Miss Bonnie Mott received relatl'
and w& are confident that was visiting: v
been with Wednesday for, his new stationat C. H. Burton on Thursday. shall C. R. Whitehead while O.
has They consolation
who the men in the service for whom prize, a package of here for a few days.
at Columbus the Signal Depot In Atlanta, returned to Starke Sunday. Mrs. J. Phillips, W. Hal' Edwards and cookies.
., Stores prayer was offered will also receive i Pvt. and Mrs. Bessie Colson of
[ BtfninK'Ga"' since AU" after spending a brief furloughat C. E. Burton spent the week-end Paul I*. Dink Ins filled 'vacanciesIn spiritual benefit as a result The hostesses served sandwiches Valdoata, Ga., were visiting theformer's
made manager of his home here. ,with her father, J. B. Rowe, in the City Council. Written In
been of the earnest prayers that arose and Coca-Cola for refreshments. parent her last week
In Starke. CRYSTAL, Starke and returned<< home with for council were W. Fred Moore
tTitrtet branch CLEAR cleaning, from, the congregation assembled. Pvt. and Mrs Talmadge Kelly,
K the 'Ps. tried and true her husband Sunday. 2 votes and V Hi: Reddish 1 vote end.Mrs.
s mfg with tailoring at the In the words of Sgt. Ancll Z. Pvt. and Mm. Hershel Layfleld U A Water of Alachua
I b. operated his own Jewt SUirke-BIandlng Tailor, opposite Capt. and Mrs. T. K. McClane, for marshal Futch, whose letter was read at and little son, Darrell of Valdosta, was! visiting( Mrs. T/ W. Markey

| ,t Fort )Din, N. J., for Park Theatre. Jr., spent Tuesday' and Wednes BAPTIST CHURCHDecember the meeting we all concur, that On., w ve' visiting relatives here Saturday.,
Mrs. I. P. Shepherd and daughter day'here visiting' their brother 13 Is Universal Bible "Be It God's will we will celebrate this week I

,Rei'. and Mrs. A. E. LIght. Mrs. O. E. Miller, and small and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Sunday. Throughout the world another "P4
11I4 Bro. p., M, Barefoot son, Jack, were in Quincy last Glen Duke, and other friends. Christians will gather to year in a different way, and'und- Jo Ann, Mrs Q. H. Feagle I bridge club met Thursday
[ Jacksonville. la 11 Capt. McClane Is recognize afternoon Dec. 3, with Mrs E,
iWnMday in week.V Ing Mr. Shepherd'smother being transferred the' !greatest of all books year in a different way, and un- -
I1 B- Smyth of Columbia, who is ill. Mrs. Shepherd from Fort Sill, Okla.. where the Bible. School I I Is plenty about an airplane he has J. Hazen.' High prize was awarded -
10 A.
, arrived Wednesday for a also went to Chattahoocheeto he was an Instructor In the Field M. Sunday Pat Grlffls, Lawtey boy, now not yet learned but does know to Miss Jeanette ftobinaon. The

"He' visit with her mother, see her son, Jack who is a Artillery School, to Camp Rucker, Young; Morning Peoples'Worship Service 11 7*A.P. M.M.; In the Army, arrived in town better than to ball out of a Link hottest served ambrosia, cake

, IJMdia" Pearce. patient In the State Hospital. Ala., where he will be stationed ; Monday from Camp Livingston, traineiv and tea to her guests.
) Evangelistic Gospel Serv!.-" 8 P.
with the 81st Division. Mrs. Mc- Alexandria, La. Pat 1 is In the
, 1 ,_,._.________! .IPhone' Clane and two sons! are at present M Practice for tho Christmas Medical Detachment and reels off
program will start thin week with
staying In Lake City with such terms as tibia, femur, arterial
96 Mrti. W. F. Moore luid Mrs. Forbes: I
6 Mr. and Mrs. T. K. McClane, Sr. velneus, auricular metacarpal -
E. Fuller In
Miss Marian Dowling who is' charge metatarsal and ingunlal. I :

In training at the Riverside Hospital MKTIIODIST CHV l(OFLAWTKV This boy Is learning fast aa he

in Jacksonville, spent the : has been In the medical only a

A GIFT FORYOURSELF week-end In the home of her par. Sunday School at '10 A. M. month., .

ents Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Dow- Morning Worship at 11. Ser- Another Lawtey soldier on furlough

ling. She will leave December mon subject "Blessed are they arriving at home this

28 to complete her nurse's train- that mourn; for they shall be week Is Hughey Austin, son of
) Ing at the University of Indiana. comforted." Mr. and Mrs. Henry Austin.

\ New Beauty! Mr. and Mrs. W A. Scott Youth Fellowship at 7 P. M. Henry is stationed at Camp Shelby

spent the week-end here with his Evening Worship at 8. Subject, Hattiesburg Miss Likes the

parents, Mr. and Mrs. F. A. "Whence come wars?"' Army life and looks like a"%sot-
Scott. For a number of months dlei'.

YOU'VE been thinking about past W. A. Scott and wife have PEARL IIARIIOK DAY I Mrs Will H. Edwards: Mrs J.

i1 been In Florence, S. C., doing ,GREAT SUCCESS H. Moore and Mrs. W. Fred

gifts for everyone else Salvation Army work In connection A large crowd of over 125 per- Moore spent Saturday In Jack They Make Exciting Presents!
how about ? with nona met together at the call of
now, yourself the USO. Mr. Scott 1 is sonville doing that very necessary
look best now on the Reserve List and has the Methodist and Baptist Xmas shopping Just about
You want to your the nicest gift you can think of-beautiful ,
churches Monday'evening, Dec. 7,
returned to his home In Winter Ark him.
during Christmas, so why not Garden.Mr. In celebration of Pearl Harbor Wonder why the New Heal chests moth-proof and du t.proof-a gorgeous Christ. K'

come in for a permanent, and and Mrs E. S. Matthewsand Day. The meeting waa held in has suddenly found favor in the ,

facial, and manicure-treat Mrs E. L. Matthews spent the Methodist Church.: and the eyes of George 'Red' Roberts? man present for Mother, Wife, or sweetheart!
object of the service was to read
In service
the !
The boys laveatal'ted
Tuesday In Jacksonville.
yourself relax and
letters received from men In the
MIN Marjorie and June Patel rolling In for the Xmas
be lovely at Christmas. and Miss Betty Turner spent Sunday service who were residents of furloughs. The first to arrive.' Ku y y "'4, Walnut
thin community.. Twelve'. letters TVrnin! br .
afternoon In Gainesville. RODS Prevatt, con of Mrs. Lizzie tC..5 ".nl''r..1M
Friends here of Mrs. Ruby were read and prayer was offered Prevatt. Rosa is yet<< at Savannah

CALL FOR AN' APPOINTMENT TODAY Hazen'of Gainesville will regretto individually for each of and looks> much the better
these different ones of the congregation -
since his Induction.
know that she is confined to
St. Vincent's Hospital in Jacksonville Then the names of.all Daniel (Gimp) Harley of ourUncle's
the rest of the service men of Air arrived Wednesday
where she underwent a Corps -
STARKE BEAUTY SHOPPE major operation last week. the community, from whom no right In the middle of a

letter had been received, were hard rain, from San Angelo,
Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Amaker
read, and prayer was offered forthese Texas Dan will be In Lawtey until
spent the week-end with friends
196 Phone 96 ai well. the 23rd and will entrain for
in Jacksonville.
In the audience Were' a good his camp and Xmas dinner with

_,_n_' ..on(0. Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Newsome I number of soldiers wives, temporary the boys. Looking very fit and
were business visitors In Jacksonville -
residents of Luwtey, and at least 15 pounds heavier than
Friday morning. 'several service men too, who he was in civilian life, Dan Is a
Mrs. Mae Edwards, Joe Edwards
Included In .
were the
prayers.As walking testimonial of the efficiency -
Jr., and Mrs. Ernest Phil- i
NAT SEZ the musical of the .
: part program of Army rations. He expects
lips were shopping in Jacksonville
congregation sang that third stripe within a

A man wl'Dt'lnto M meat marketthe Thursday "America" and "The Star-Spangl few months. Gimp admits there

P other day to buy HOme steak Mra Eldorado W. L.Kansas Blair left for Sundayfor an extended I I,1._r..__.__...__ ,_________,.______,__._._u'__ ________ __ __ __.

,, and after' the 'meat 'cutt<<-r' told visit with her daughters,' M '... -

f him how much it wan he said Mrs Don McCann and Mra. J. iv -
t; '1all
"I guess I'll have to buy this Dorr Smith. Full ( .dLlr NIseNI/ I
Beautiful blooming pottml IJ lied!
through: the Finance Company.
plant for Christmas, polnx-ttUiM,
Only 12 more shopping days tillXmas. ClirlatmiiM begonias, African daisies

It's too lute to do your etc. Walnwrlght Klorlnt. Scores of Styles All Sizes

shopping early now, but you could Friends of P. M. Barefoot will
to know that he Is
regret a pa-
put It off too late.
Jacksonville.tient in the Riverside Hospital, $19.50 and up

Sheriff and Mrs. A, O. Andreu,
NItMON Gift SuggestionsHickok Miss Hannah Swindell and Mrs. .

Della Hagan accompanied Mrs. LARGE VARIETY A Gift of Lasting Happiness !
Anne McGee to her home in OF

Belt With Jacksonville Sunday. VANITY SETSMANICURE A bright cheerful Lamp make a gift pure t Misses Frances Opperman and
Initialed Buckle be appreciated and at our low prices
Aline Lanier spent Friday shop you
in Jacksonville.
ping afford to give the Jest!
$1.00 $1.50 $2.00 Mrs.. M. T. Oakley left Saturday KITSEVENING can

night to join her husband Lt. .o' ,, .
1"" '
Oakley In El Paso, Texas. Wed- ,
Hickok Suspenders nesday evening Mrs. Oakley tele-

phoned her parent., Mr. and Mrs. IN' PARISLUGGAGE I

$1.00 O. W White and grandmother

5i Mrs. J. .W. White, that she had *
arrived there Tuesday and was
i I Hickok Tie Holders met by her husband.

: Alice St. John had as her guest
1r. 50c $1.00 Sunday through Tuesday her MEN'S, TRAVELING CASES

friend Daniel Senkarlk, formerlyof
Santord, but now radio man *

Wembley Ties I third class In the Navy, and "sta :
lingerie Dept tioned" with the Atlantic fleet. COMPACTS

In A She met him at an Army dancein JEWELRY

Connecticut several months *
Wide $. *
Slips And Gowns ago.Louis W. Koch left yesterday :

Variety for a business trip to his Arcadia And Hundreds of Other

$1.49 up Of store.Pvt.. 'James A. Peterson left ,

New Starke Wednesday after spendinga .GIFT: ITEMSLARGEST .
Mary Barren two-weeks' leave with his parents .
Slips i i '*
Fall Mr. and Mrs.: F, O. Peterson.
$2.00 ; Since August 14 he has been stationed
"- Patterns at Cochrane, Ontario, Can

ada with a radio outfit.! CHRISTMAS CARDS IN TOWN
Barbizon Slips $1,00 Van H: Carden left Jacksonville

last FrIday. Dec. of, for Camp .'

$2.50 Peary, Wllllamsburg Va., Sea-

_- bee raining Center. His cousin MONOGRAMMED STATIONERYAND
=: Men's Herbert G. Sauley, who has made
r his home with Mr. and Mrs. Car-

LllxitePajamas 1 _- Kid den for the past three years, entered CHRISTMAS CARDS
the same time. .
Gowns service at ,

& Robes S .f :Mrs. Carden accompanied them to '111 +aed ..,; .
loves r
fade J'G Jacksonville, but returned home

fluffy of Velva Material Lu:, = ": = .= Friday night and will continue. to '" .,. ;;'YOUR PORTRAIT Lamps in Every Size
make her home In Starke.GRAHAM
hry Warm And ,Always A Welcome
Weaaant $f.50Manhattan Available on Easiest Terms
',. ,
And Gift
Mrs. L. C. Smith
$3.50 By
$3.95 Shirts ': .N .. $1.95 and up
Sgt. jimmie Reynolds of Ft.
And Pajamas ..
Robes $7.95 Eustis Va., was visiting Roy .

___ $2.50Others Reynolds here Tuesday., -
Arthur Aultman of Camp
$3.50 $5.00 Pvt. 'HollywoodCamera
HI Proof Pickett, Va.. spent last Friday
Hosiery Mens Robes visiting relative here. THE JOHN H.

$ .OO> $1.15 $4.95 $6.50Steraberg's recently Mr. and visited Mrs. the J. B.latter's Strickland parents & Gift CO.

Mr. and Mrs. Davis, at the ShopCall DENMARK FURNITURE

State Farm.

Pvt. John Willis of Ft. Myers Starke Florida
Railroad Starke Florida ,
spent a few day here recently .

:with his wife. I

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Prince. With these officers! pro- FLA. STATE FARM SANTA CLAUS OUR SERVICE
RED duction la assured of great sue LETTERS flevoted
CLUB LUNCHEON ... 'Zo.uir.K,0sxrzjsrrf
cess. I'redl.
-APPEAL- Last Friday members of the Fla. 10... P. frlradu '
MOTOR CORPSIt Community Club had an all-day Brooker "'.0_'... br brl..l.. I. sewn are. ..V!CO'd '"

i ---- -,_. was decided at the Dec. 1 it 1N 18s&lon of Red Cross sewing. Dear Santa: lots of Lrr .the.. 'K- r......sarr. ..TR. s?:?
'x A cols;. "tor, for Hud about"tae } I have been thinking a .
,reed <'. Work ,. Mtarfcv meeting to postpone organizing About 15 ladles sewed and cut lately because Christmas Is ;',"Mr.7.....v.r'port'nie. .vral. ..- ..'Ihltl.!;.
Prepared br !OI." Mrmbvra.Thia this department until January, out work all day and at one 0'- you
IIiIIUt IM most here. I am trying my --
week the Red Cross en largely because It has been imporeible clock a covered-dish luncheon was -
t little for I want
to be a good girl AVIATION CADET
of to obtain necessary books served. The get-togethers,are always complete his
Raged the services a ghost remember So will three-month
writer to pinch hit for Mrs. JuniusM. [for the study course. Pretty good WASHINGTONWashington much enjoyed as social affairs you please to bring me me. a doll a John Arthur Torode, son .of rlne training with the Merchant

Smith publicity chairman, reason isn't It? are rather scarce, since tire you pencil set a Dr. set, also some Mrs. W. E. Torpde of Starke, Is at St. PetersburgrSOMEUHKRK

I who -Is busy pinch hitting for six and gao rationing. Children'srompers Santa now enrolled as an aviation cadetIn
; RED CROSS story books. Don't forget.
1'i t other people. With Mrs. Milton St. Peter M : D. C. (NWNS-Fol-) are our present task. that I have a little brother now. the huge pre-flight school forpilots : IN K;:""GI.\
their first taste of at Maxwell Field Montgomery Mr' and Mrs
lowing victory I A
I'm glad to have this opportunity Love : L
far the most
chairman this Is I by BOY SCOUTS GOOdg
with the powerful war machine Ala. He will receive, nine cently
Yr '; i to Introduce to you the organized. met Monday night Jacqueline Dyal. received a letter
enthusiastic group yet built In the short period of a year, The Troop weeks of intensive training-military from
busiest ''woman In town- Mrs. meet Mon- chiefs formu- Scoutmaster Shepherd in son, Theodore
About 60 Juniors every our war are rapidly with and academic who Is ..,
Smith. Since It -la she who usually day afternoon and it would do lating plans to make 1942's r' charge ,Only five boys. answeredthe % Hampton Fla. physical where !In England ,1

} writes this column she has your heart good to drop by the achievements seem small by bugle call but they are hop- Dear Santa Claus: prior .to beginning his actual flight ting ,
+ credit for the parlson with what we will do in Instruction at one of the many along fine and akej
i t had no newspaper Legion Hall and watch them Ing to revive Interest in the work. I am a little boy six years old.I /
i' t. 4 : t many, things she baa accomplish about 4 o'clock. The girls rangeIn 1943.Part of our efforts in 1943 were am in the first grade in school.r primary flying schools Air Forces in the parents to wish all his frier,

ed. It was just a few weeks ago age from 4 tip and, without concerned with the construction of PLAN CHRISTMAS PARTY like my teacher too., I would Southeast Army Merry ChrlHtma and a

,+ that Mrs. Smith walked Into the exception want to knit sweater camps to train men the erectingof Sunday' School adult membersand like to have a big farm wagon Training Center. Cadet Torode New Year. His address
p. Red Cross office and volunteered, done Xmas buildings and the manufacturing teachers 'met Monday nightto Is a graduate of BHS and was a !Is:
If YOhave your suit and base ball and Theodore
soldier a J.
for work of any kind. Things' homesickfor 'of tool. to produce arms the,build- plan a Christmas party. Com- a student at the University of Goo age 342
r' and
shopping early are ing of additional shipyards and the bat and please remember all my 68Sth Ord. Co. M
have been happening ever since. mittees; were appointed and the Georgia when accepted an aviation M (A
'4 the old pushing around you Service of Uncle APO
setting of systems for supplyIng uncles In the 633 New
tf up York
Assistants of the cadet In November. received N.
Staff Union County sponsors y
'y M She organized a usually get and give at this time our armed forces our Allies Sam
tj Course, a Nutrition Course, and of year, drop by and see the and our civilian population with Florida Children's) Home plan to Langford Hicks. civilian pilot training be- MORE
I has appeared before various organizations -I Juniors! their needs. be especially busy soliciting for fore becoming a cadet In the Air ADDRESSESHere ;

; if v pleading the case of Now a large part of the ground donations of all kinds to be collected Force. are two more addr

the Red Cross--all of this in addition -f ODDS AND ENDS work has been completed. In 1943a in connection with this Hampton ,Fla. of Bradford County
Lk to handling publicity. It Our first production accident much higher proportion of labor event. Dear Santa Claua: ANOTHER PICKS AIR FORCE would appreciate
can be utilized for increasing production
r c ?lcn was she who divided the town Into occurred two weeks ago when of tanks planes and ships: I am a little girl eight years Milo Sponholtz a former em- their' old hearing
g j blocks selected key people In Mrs. Lemuel Colson fell and fighting men can be trained faster Supt. L. F. Chapman and J. G. old. I am in the third grade. ploye of the Florida Bank' at : Pvt Leall)

each block and sent them Instructions fractured a rib. Fridays, at the and our whole war program ban be Godwin spent several days I in My teacher's name Is Mrs. Flay Starke Is taking a 9-months preflight Harper, 75th: Hq. & A. B.

j for the Civilian Defense of Legion Hall won't be the same speeded up and operated with greater belle Glade last week. Sullivan. I would like to have a course at the Army AirBase Spence Field. Moultrie, Ga,

fice. She Is now working with until she 111I l able to return-soon, efficiency. Mrs. H. L. Parker has returned magic akin doll a pair of jod- near Santa Anna Calif. His Pvt. Clarence D. Harper
Two of the major problems during 3424;
month's'visit with relatives
tu r OCD on the setting up of a control we hope. 1943 will be to make the greatest from a phurs and a doll carriage. That address Is: AC| Mllo Sponholtz, Med. Del. 24th M. P

1r% center. Who can deny that Aside to Grace Walnwright: A possible use of aU of our man. In Daytona Beach. is all, as there are so many children Sqdn. 33-H 1st Wing Pilot( ), Bn,

1t J Mrs.. Smith Is truly the busiest good horse can be overworked.Just power for fighting and for,war production Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Ritch of ,who may not have anything. Pre-Fllght School Army AirBase 958: coo| Postmaster, San F

4 volunteer in town? thought I'd remind.you. and to produce enough food Jacksonville were guests Sundayof Please remember all my uncles Santa Anna. Calif. His Cisco Calif. Clarence Is s I(

tr i k volun- to supply the Increasing needs of Mr., and Mrs. H. M. Rlcharde. who are fighting* for our country brother Ivan' Sponbolta will soon.where in the Hawaiian Island
day brings new Allies
PRODUCTION Every! ourselves our and the countries They were accompanied ,home by
j'I teers for all kinds of war work. which will fall Into Allied .
a )y Mre> L. A. Davis, chairman of Mrs. Rlcharde'and children Jane Mae Hicks.
do his hands during the coming year. Gladys
Red Cross Volunteer Services, announces Seems everyone wants to The la and Henry for a visit of several
.t manpower problem expected :
Jd' her part' They 'Just never
the following personnel or
) to be put entirely lathe hand -
' for this department: Chairman knew what was needed until Mrs. of the department of labor under days.Cpl.. Coy Mitchell of Marianna Brooker, Fla. the Ware

Mrs. E. E. Lansing; Knitting i Smith came along and told 'em. Harold Ickes. present secretary of and Camp Blanding, spent the Dear Santa: ,

Chal r m a n. Mrs. O. L. LJnsln; Perhaps this appeal is a little Interior. Five different congressional week-end with Mr. and Mrs.. J. M. We are two little girls age fix whh n.bsul
? Equipment Chairman Mrs. Frank out of line this week but names committees have approved a plan Moncrlef, and one. Our names are Shirleyand J l *
for putting all agencies dealing with 1
i make so much better reading than Glenda. We have been
Wilson Packing and Shipping very
; manpower under this one leader- Mrs. J. H. Moncrlef and Miss
Chairman Mrs. C A. Knight; Inspection dates. .For Instance hadn't yourathe'r ship. If the plan Is adopted. Mr. Mary Smith a re confined at good. honest we have, so will
Chairman Mrs. Edward know what Virginia SmithIs Ickes will have control over selective you please bring us a doll each
home with of
f vn f doing today than what John service over the United Edwin severe Malone cases of MacDill mumps. story books Bible bicycle,-candy HELP WANTEDFLORIDA

Doe did in 1902 Yeah! So'd I. States Employment Service and Sgt. and nuts. We will l\ave a big
will direct the work of the Field, and Staff Sgt. Walter' H.
But I'll C 60 to 1 that mygut'Bt
Jay you piece of cake and a cup of hot
of Manpower Commission as well as Allen of Columbia, Miss and MOTOR LINES' continuing contributions of its
d columnlng Is a thing other,agencles that have to do with coffee for you for we know you
MacDill week-end of
the past-goodie, goodie. supplying men for war jobs. The were guests will be very hungry and cold trained men to fill key petition in the armed forces has
Mr. and ,Mrs. W.. E. Malone.:
department of labor would also formulate after traveling, so far. opened desirable and important positions in this essential

}' > / GUM BRANCH regulations for the defer Mrs. Irene 'B Whltfleld left Shirley and Glenda Parker. industry. This is War of Transportation and
ment of skilled production workers Wednesday' for an extended visit ,
Florida Motor Lines employee doing their bit
By Mrs. T. N. Norman and needed farms. ; Mrs. A. Duncan sup
men on with her coualn A. -
plying vital transportation to all phases of the war effort.
Although some congressmen were In Columbia Mls Southern' Bell OfficiateA
Mrs. Lois Long and childrenof surprised at the recommendation of 1 The opportunity is now open to YOU to Join t1-- ,
; Ala. the week- Mr. and Mrs.: W. N. North of officers of
meeting the
Mobile spent Mr. Ickes for this post realizing essential group. .
end with Mr. and Mrs. T. W. that there had been considerable spent Monday and Tuesday visit- Southern Bell Telephone Companyfrom

,Overstreet criticism of his handling of the petroleum ing friends and shopping In Jack- Jacksonville was held at theWoman's
situation It is apparent son vllle. FOB MEN
( Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Sapp spent Club building In Starke
Pcf 'I here that the great majority have a Mr. and Mrs W. E. Malone
Saturday I'n Jacksonville with good deal of faith in his -ability. Wednesday Dec. 2, from 5 to
1 their son-in-law and daughter Criticism of his actions regarding and Mrs. Curtis Malone of Lake I 8 o'clock. Brief adcre&aes were COACH' OPERATORS: Age 21 and up; y.. .

Mr. and Mrs. C. Chastaln and the petroleum situation has been Butler were in Jacksonville Monday delivered by T. V. Heard. Florida driving experience (heavy equipment prefer; I',,

'went over to Valdosta, Ga., Sun- counteracted by the faith which the when, Curtis enlisted In the Traffic Superintendent of the S feet 7 inches ISO pounds minimum 8th *'*.

s WHILE YOU 'WAIT day and visited Mr. and Mrs leaders Itself seem of the to have petroleum In him industry the industry Marines.Set. Phillip Walker, recuperating Company of Jacksonville and education (High School preferred).

Captain L.. H. Blythe Camp Sig-
Dewey Warren.
having urged President
1' J from a tonsil operation Is Stewards Garage Employee:
,All Work Guaranteed Billy Overstreet of Camp Roosevelt to retain Mr. Ickes as spendlng-some time with his parents nal Officer. at Camp Blandlng,
petroleum coordinator of war. on "the vital part communication -
Only Highest Quality Rucker Ala., spent last weekendwith
Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Walker.
On. of the most vital plays in national defense."
Leather Used his parents, Mr; and Mrs) for' the coming year Is to programs assure Mrs. Annie' M. Rlcharde has Two motion pictures on the same FOB MEN and WOMENTicket

T, W Overstreet. the'greatest production of food ever returned from a .six weeks' visit *
subject were shown.
Mr. and Mrs. T. N. Normanand achieved In our country. New with her son and daughter-in- Baggage Clerics Bookkeepers Calculators
served the Aaents ,
Supper was visiting
little son, Gerald, were din- goals considerably higher: than the law Mr. and Mrs.' Will Richarde,
record production for 1942. have officials at the Southern Bell Stenographers, Typists, ,
ner guests of Mr. and Mrs. C. C. been set by,the secretary of agriculture In Detroit. cafeteria on/ the corner of Madi- and Cleaners.It .

REPAIR Crosby Sunday.Mr. who realizes that we will J. A. Lander' of Panama City son and Walnut streets.

tieross From Pontofflce and Mrs. R. N. Crawfordand be called upon to feed more people was a week-end visitor here. Mrs. has always been our policy to give preference in employment

Mrs. Robert Crawford of than ever before next year and that Lander, who has held a respon- Cook, Los Angeles, Cal., was a to men and women living along our routes.

Lawtey were visiting ''Mr. and an the impOrtant feeding of step these toward people vlctorv.will be sible position at Blanding for a dinner guest of Mr. and Mrs. J. If you are interested mail postcard or letter, giving

<- If the French begin fighting again i year, has resigned and gone to G. Caldwell Saturday. name, address, age sex, and indicate) position you are
if the Italians drop out of the war Panama City to make a new Mr. and Mrs. H. K.' Tyus and best suited for. to PERSONNEL DIRECTOR, FLORIDA

FUNERAL DIRECTOR and if we are'able to get food more home. We will miss the Landers sons, Kenneth and Harold left MOTOR LINES, JACKSONVILLE FLA. An application

My Many Year Experience Makes It Fosiijble' for Me to Render been easily starving to the countries under German which have rule pao good neighbors and wish them Thursday to visit relatives in blank will be mailed to you and if you are acceptable
in their location.Mr. .
EFFICIENT" PROMPT and COURTEOUS SERVICE we must have the food ready to new Chattahoochee. and position is open>arrangements will be made for a
and Mrs. L. A.: Mlsti Ruth
Wigginsand Hershfleld left Friday
MODERATE PRICES feed these millions of people. In personal interview and further consideration.
addition the needs of our Allies and daughter Marie Mrs. J. M. to visit her brother, Pvt. Sid-

'DeWITT C. JONES of our own armed forces will be Bradley and daughter, Caroline ney Hershfleld,' stationed at Fort
8tHrke, Florida considerably greater next year. spent the week-end In Jacksonville Bennlng. stinhra' ,/

00--- ,_._,- - _. ._--,_.- -. .. Secretary Wickard is therefore with Mrs. J., M. Maxwell and Miss Margaret Stringfellow .
planning as far ahead as possibleand
F 4 .0.-' _,_._._ ,_,__ _._ ,...6 ..-, --.-.-. .) already has outlined the goals Mrs. Vance Geiger respectively. spent the week-end with Mrs. Will
wb should aim at and Is making Dr. and Mrs. R. P. Stubbinsand Harney and her aunt Mrs. May L1 '
DR. LEMUEL COLSON DENTIST plans to supply the manpower to daughter, Mary Rivers are Dinklns. in Jacksonville. LORI DAMOTORllNESJoe : ::

achieve those goals. visiting relatives In Tallahassee. P, L. Lang spent the week-end ,
129 East Call Street The goals are built around the Pfc of
Roy Dunean", Mlcanopy with his family at Jacksonville TY

valuable production, for,of foods a wartime which are diet most, and and now on furlough from Camp Beach. UIII n TI'r N..>1I 1

Hours 9 A. M. to 7 P. M. Evenings By Appointment which can be produced and shipped

1 most easily .The program calls*>r
which are most perishable and
? hardest produce and greatly: increased
ii t4I'4 production of milk. eggs

SAFE! FAST;! COMFORTABLE! meat peas and feed poultry.for livestock Plans dry are beans being ,

worked out to see that the farm.
er makes enough profit out of his

i AND ECONOMICAL! sales to make Increased' production
worth while.
The greatest problem-that of

! RIDE THE BUSSES supplying Increased labor for farm Says -
work-Is expected to be solved by '
shifting workers from non-essential '
Courteous, Correct Information to essential crops the use of high t A

i school students and city workersto "JAX is the $
Given You At I assist on farms, deferment from way to beaT
selective service of essential, *
I To stand under
UNION BUS STATION ; trained farm workers and moving ", up
workers from another. : this strain needs
1 one area to a man
as needs dictate. Chipping-Hammer I Strain"I
Mr. Wickard said that the requirements ,7 ,. healthful, nerve-sooth-

of our own and Allied "* ing relaxation when he'soff
military forces represent about one. 11'
fourth of the food production goalsof the job. Joe kncws

"WHY ,GO FISHING ? 1943. In addition to the needs .S, .L.chipping you've never met, up with a that and he takes the wise way to relax
for the armed forces and for our hammer-Just imagine
own civilian population. be said yourwhen his day's work'ends. He just pours
GO TO NEWSOME'S MARKET"Fresh self inside
"we shall have the added responsibility -I' a huge steel box while all himself a glass of golden, delicious JA: C
of furnishing food for the around men beat the
peoples you metal 'with ",
Water and Salt Water Fish Shrimp etc. of countries freed from the the minute he gets home. He says JA:

- Axis yoke. We shall need to use electrically driven hammers that look has a magic touch when it to relaxing -
Live and Dressed Poultry Fruits and VegetablesNEWSOME'S our food to rehabilitate the people ,like riveting-hammers. comes

In these countries so that they will tired muscle and taut nerves.
_ .1 be able to join us in the war against The noise isa pounding hurricane Joe banks the invigorating
the aggressors: of sound that rushes and on
roars through ,
MARKET qualities of JAX to help him stay in good -
head. And the
your man who handles
condition so he can give his individual
Mrs. T. W. Overstreet Sunday. the hammer must stand terrific '
Next Door'To New Method Cleaners On Temple Ave. vibra-
best the !
to effort. take tip
Little Kenneth and Linda well war Why not a
Longof _tion as as noise.Jamfco .
Jacksonville are spending a from Joe and let Jax help you avoid war- ,, j' t

t few day this week with their I 'strain? to's

grandparents Mr. and Mrs. T. W.

'( SUPPLIES R. C. Keene who is stationedat -> lAX J11tIBO] 'Full Quart ,
Ask for
FOR THE SERVICE MEN OF CAMP BLANDINGWE Key West with the CoastGuard the friendly way tobuyJbetau )AX +

OFFER FAIREST PRICES AND writes his mother that he ) is makes \.d shortage a cet ''i
it j
FRIENDLY SERVICE likes the life and is getting along a 'c1 prevent ilL beer
"' the bur
fine.T.. farther When yo\S open s J\1tf pour and put it in

P. S. STORES, Inc. W. Overstreet spent part of + 1yn carefully the keep.until ail ti tl you,re ready "p /: 4

TWO STORES TO SERVE YOU -- last week in Jacksonville with ..1"' oUt refrlcefaa. of)M- ...

his son. T. R. Overstreet who .I 1, ,Y oUr ncx ; 1 / _ _

Standing Center Bus Station was home on furlough. Mr. '. ", : ;;q .' ., ; ';, .

And 115 W. Call St., Starke, Fla. Overstreet and la la a Staff Sergeant :;( ...., .-'I.t'': ,IL" : ..,< (": '/(' ,".',,. .! .:'i;'":r.. '}n"'iIPf.. 'yi" 'd'L., ;' "t1! H. .' ,
stationed at Fort Lewis ., -
.. Wash. AX 11EIyll )i" =filikso !!I!! ; al Jt! l\at ; 'lf! : 4
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.. ,,,., ,,, .,. :. mf'H11'.l); SUCCESSFUL By Esthjjf Kerr Kusthol Kathleen Norris Says :
;; ; :
'I America to your knees!

Jl PARENTHOOD Your only hope la prayer. 'l 1l'() Letters Present Study, in Contrast

'! .FJ .. \ The world Is filled with strife.

J.J Confualon and despair. Bi-p .yndlc.WNU feature*.

: : .. : : But God Is! still in heaven

hut Is over all. '

: E III J.iYl.y4iisn:1z11111/ ; ;, : : : I I" MBS. CATHZOINE' CONRAD CDWABMAaaoclat America power to your knee*! ''

..............;&ii _. '..,_.... "' ..: ._ .........." ......, ....... In supplication cull.America 'i'I11
N .,.. CdUac. ton* Mavasla* I '

;" i; _J a knees! fast; fj 7J

HIE LITTLE 'snOW- -OFF' ----------4 descend.past.

H.ve voa s little .hw-
home? :t used to bu that \YO expect spoon! ,' I say admiringly.' 'Sho In Him we must rely.

.d a certain amount of showing pit ; doesn't spill a bl,.' America to your knees!

en the part of children too youngto "As these bpportunitles unfold to He still will hear our cry.
___ :krow that it wasn't attractive.And deal tactfully with Betty's histrionics -
then someone thought up anew .ha is gradually extending' ht>r America to your knees!

___ word for it-a very ten Uying know'. d&t: and experience; the I Your forefathers of 01<1.
word "exhibltlonum"-and for awhile mother go!* on to say. "Because I
some ot us were frightened of her eager desire to show what Loved God and served Him faithfully
Into curbing all attempts: on the I .t.ot can 'lo 'all by my own .el(.. .

_ part of child,tu to preen themselves we expect her to become increasingly For righteousness were bold.

.. _ _ independent of us, and we
.. before!! their elders. We tor- They read and lived Cods Word
that it natural for most shall foster this attitude with liberal -
got was Honored the Sabbath day.Ameilca. ,
children to go through a period of approval of her efforts.: For -k4
'Watchme. to your
she boasts.
showing off. If allowed to go: entirely instance when
unchecked they may become 1 can: carry the water without Confess your sins and pi'ay.

"sma rUes." But there's a way of solMHg.) I tcply; All right. Let'swater
turning this self-pride into increased the plants With it.' And we America to your knees! !

selfreliancewhile keepingthe do. Soon:: she will be watering the Now id no time fur pride;

i, child's feet on the K "ind about plants alone as ia regular daily In humble pleadings call J

: his own imcortance. chore.. thus and in similar ways. "011 God be on our mile,
Here's how one n. .her went preparing to tate: her own small.but .
in the routine of I We've binned and disobeyed,
helpful. part
about doing this. "Our young We've wandered far aptruy"
daughter' has been something of a the household.
show-oil although an attractiveone "Ot course .the pk re Is not America to your knees!

Fill the Christmas Cookie Jar! almost from birth." she complete without honest scrutiny of Return to Christ today.

(See Recipes Below> writes. "She is vain about her the little show-off's less amenable Copywrlght 1912, by Esther Kerr

clothes and appearance, and is moods. Attention is dear to 'the Rusthol P. O. Box. 2tt, Long Beach,
for approvaL Her hearts of all of us and especiallyso k-'I\\\
Treats very eager our Calif
Cookie father and I realized very early to children. But they must learn.
the )
and for by \
Furnished paid
This Week's Menu that without some tactful restraint, if they are to be happy. that some : ( :
used by
of attracting attention are Starke W. C. T U. and
where but ways
home nuisance.
reigns in the Broiled Liver and Onions she would become a
IlIIvily So. when Betty says of the author Mrs. .
San- minds to apply not permlnBlon -
with made our
Itotie fairly pops we up and ,
t Jar Five-Minute Cabbage commandingly 'Look at me. I -
tas, Christmas only enough restraint to prevent H. W.
Creamed PotatoesGrapefruitOrange this. For we believe the benefits starts to make faces or babble nonsense
i trees and reindeer do not look. We try to
little conscious direction -
Salad which a
made up In- But if this
divert her attention.
I this
can be derived from com
'.' dusted Oatmeal Drops work and she is too persistent *
to cookies Rice Pudding mon tendency to show ofT far outweigh does not

l with shimmering .Recipe Given its possible disadvantages.When we let her audience.make faces It wouldbe minus
: colored sugars Betty says 'Look at me occasions. to
; Have a few.iriaity while she makes an annoying rack. a relief on that non There ant thorlagft of all sort but u>. fit along /amount,

J: and honey with cookies the tissues in joatmeal. This plus iron. I et suggest pounding as casuaUy a spoon as on I can her, 'Whyciont tray. Issue sense!1'a but peremptory such direct'Stop action plays and luolc forward In days when we shoAl" "laugh a. all l/iii. I i

along for your blood and proteins for perking hold into the child's hands. For even
if can your
|apr cookies and you will win up worn-out tissues-and good spoon you very see level you(demonstrating) disapproving attention Is better By KATHLEEN NORRIS TWO SIDES

j youngster's fondest affection. flavor besides are found in this and aU the juice without than nonel! Consistently withholding "
pear matter
get works attention though a little hard on \\ 7HAT is the In wartime, a* in peace

this years Christmas tree cookie: like spilling charm any?-This and technique in another moment parents. is the subtler tactic and PATRICIA DOW \A/ with a woman wIen there are two side fo every
..(nts may be a bit on the slim Oatmeal Drops. Betty is saying 'Look at mel'! works better in the long run. Mostof v she has everythingthat question. And the question of
ot sulflcientdiscipline.
i. plan to string a few the 2 cups 3-minule oats with pardonable pride of achievement the time it constitutes desirable women' in lie war is no
.- makes life part
make for ,
i an the tree to 1 cupi' corn syrup instead of empty showing off.Men ," The fact that to*
real old- Anne "and 'yet her exception.
tlons. This will be a v flnni* writes th
?H cup all working toward *
ed Christmas. 1 teaspoon soda dissolved In 65 days are filled with restlessness are the
Of alter
Men And Women Nearing Age same end does not
ill want to pack boxes. too. 4 tablespoons boiling water and discontent? To an of

|,nd to that son at camp per- ?4 teaspoon nutmeg Urged To Check On Benefit Status outsider's eye I woul4! seem going fact that about I nere il-the are two fight ways way

iH he Is not too far and also I cup chopped raisins to be one of the fortunate The "Anna'who
benefit status. Donaldson&: and the wrong> .
|the one who is home on furor boil in a saucepan and women nenrlng age ,
Bring to a of the world but In mown Kathleen Norris
with women write f
discuss o
office la glad to _
those nice neighbors and raisins thepast
for the corn syrup shortening 85 who have at Home time In
heart there is hardly the wrong
week Is taking
just moved in. and cook for In workers of this) age their benefit this
been engaged
five years moment of happiness. flow much better for allis
with 5 minutes, then and to ad vine them a. to ever a way.
it,'Join the cookie parade to Federal rights cheerf"woma"
,: add soda. Mix in employment subject the 'M attitude o/'h.)
) husband is In serv-
list '
goody on our : their claim "My
JUrstChristmas ( 1' oats flour and Old.Age ad Survivors Insurance the best time to file "andwe who write that they

Boner Bnlterball nutmeg. Blend law and ,social security taxes are whether they expect to retire or -- ice, the letter goes on, are "getting alongam.us/y

(Makes St to ..1)I \' well and drop by urged by R. B. Donaldson.! Social not on their 65th birthday. are stationed, through the in spite of horlaie separation -

butter spoonfuls on agrealed Security Board Manager at Jacksonville Neglect to file for benefit. at peculiar and' secret nature of his and even physical peril.for .

rap and to check up on their I time result In a : work at a small, dull pott There
K honey the proper, ,can
cup <=::;0 are two other officers' families
I raps sifted,Dour floured baking I reduced benefit. he pointed out. here neither, of the wives at all the duration and I get duller
ti teaspoon salt sheet 2 inches apart Bake in a hot Manager Donaldson stated the I
Intimate s.condl"rbat' I
congenial to me though older. plainer every
I teaspoons vanllls '(379-400-degree( ) oven for 10 min HO.SEHOME Board Is glad t 0 furnish any with each other. John Is absorbed I on* 'Utter. I answered
I chopped nuts utes. worker regardless of age a
cups finely In his work often returning to his Ann briefly that my one suggestion -

am butter add honey, flour Raisin Bran Ginger Snaps.' statement showing total earnings laboratory)' after dinner or going to would be that she turn this dull

Sind vanilla. Mix weU and add (Makes 4 dosen) reported under the worker' name- bed exhausted as soon as he has Interval In her exciting and luxurious -

I nuts Form Into small balls 1 cup sifted flour ] and account number. finished It. existence into a book.

lipeased baking sheet and bake i H teaspoon sodaK Death benefits are'payable In "My daughter 10. Is away at Mother' Reaction.

li moderate oven (350 degrees) teaspoon salt many cases to survivors of work. schooL I can take walks, read An English

|bout 35 minutes. Roll in pow- 154 teaspoons ginger : era who have been engaged In books. knit. manicure my nails Ware Now here's the other letter. It

1 sugar while hot. -Cool, then 54 cup molasses Iy2'ay lJaIfU employment subject to social security in magnificently beautiful country Is written by a woman In England:
which at the post ever Maud Smith I Is about Anne's age.
Uijaln In powdered sugar. 8 tablespoons butter taxes. Donaldson points no one
leaps raisin bran i Authot at Slicet Ma ty'e Kltchea: out. and he also urges that a clone I J seems to sea. I have a horse, but and has three small ;
live> you ever watched the face .. In John doesn't like me to ride very; Richie. Owen and Stella Richard

[i child light Sift dry ingredients once then sift -By MART B. DAOVB relative in such canes There get in no ( J L\ far from the settlement alone. Senior Is away In the service; she

|rten he picks again. Combine molasses and shortening Author of Sister Mary's Kitchen. touch with his office. Years. has seen him once sine January

chooses his and bring slowly to a boll. Even if Christmas pudding fee or charge of any kind for- I Exciting Early and that for a two-day visit only.
constantly.Cool your usual filing a claim for benefits. "Perhaps," Ann goes on, "If I London during
I'ttlte Christ- Boll 2 I minutes stirring Isn't quite a. "plum-y" as Maud Smith was in
"., shaped L to lukewarm. Add raisin bran this year serve it anyway becauseof Bradford County I* serviced by told you something of my earlier the most furious raids, and has lost

with his and mix well. Add flour mixture the tradition that surrounds It. the Jacksonville office. The address life ;you might understand the situation an eye from an Injury don by a

i Tints colored working it thoroughly into dough. According to tradition the Is 319 Wert'Forsyth! Street better. Don't think me vain splinter of shrapnel. This splinterwas
I,. a floured Christmas pudding held a magic but It Is only lair to say that my almost a week
Here's theaw.rashloned Chill until firm. Roll on tasted it: While it Jacksonville Florida. m in her eye for
all who
spell for marked me out from that
board H inch thick and cut with a was regarded as unlucky to eat it appearance for especial before It was removed. By
small-girl day
I Sugar Cookies. floured cutter. Bake on a greased before Christmas day each pudding Office Sap p nest Bradford my very of time abe was up near the Scottish
I had first offer mar.
sheet in a moderate (330-( that was sampled after Christmas notice. my border with her mother and so
(Makes 3 dOseD) baking County Telegraph.! Hollywood .
14 at 17 I was in
for a Hag at ; bed.
fortune hospital
) oven for 10 minutes.A would bring good thankful to get Into a
K 3 cup shorteningI degree month. So if you could partake of CHURCH DIKKCTOBY OF rapturous with excitementover "and have my shoes off after a week

cup sugar lacy delicate cookie are these 12 different puddings, your luck for being In very small parts. to on pavement without a chance to

I tit pecan crispies-perfect for makingin the year would be assured. A wish SERVICESFIRST ep'riwrRev. be sure but actually In pictures. take Uiem off for a moment! abe

IX caps flour the winter: made while eating the first spoonful A U. Mvhttoot. Pastor Here I met John handsome, rich, wrote. "You can't think what it
I to cometrue" 8255
l K teaspoon salt Crispies. was believed "sure Sa N. V mtmmt .tr t clever, everything a girl's heart de. feet clean and
Pecan during &he following year. School .45 A. M.MornlKK .- meant to have my
I Clmrcb 41 18 I became
'vi. when at
teaspoons wderH lie 34
baking p from 1:10 A. M.B. sires. was stretched on a clean
Makes about 35 cookies) The omission of this pudding Worship bar and
cop milk ( the Christmas feast was considered T. I!. T:00 P. ... his wife. That was 12 years sheet, to b* out of pain. .n.knfsmooth .
K > tablespoon butter KvnlnWomhlp 1:00: P. IIWedneiUay
teaspoon vanilla extract an III omen. Consequently we still Worship ':00 P. H. ago."After to know that there was milk for
School .
l&tamfind shortening and Add t cap brown sugar indulge in plum pudding for Christmas For Nancy was born I was Invalided Stella and that they all were with
sugar. eggs well beaten even if we don't believe the Jlan-wlODUT Pattern No. ZS3 She'll stand for four years gradually ,
nd beat in well. Add sifted .OIT Mother!
teaspoon vanilla superstition. R... U. C. PowelL 5et.r straight and tall and sing the Star. getting back to health and strengthIn '
Ingredients alternately with 1 Bread left on the table after the 120 N. c.w.._ Street Spangled Banner with full confidence the mountains of New Mexico. 'Getting Along Splea.dldly"Tha'
Cut with floured cookie cut- 4 cop pastry flour meal Is finished foretells Church He hoc I 10:00 A. M knowing that her sailor Later
Christmas letter.
coltugar. baking powder household for the next Sunday p''rr.hlf:011: :00 A. M. frock I* as smart as a button! Contrasting Her John, who had never done any. was the first
sprinkle with white or 1 teaspoon plenty in the Young : P M.Kv.nlna the skirt with the middy thing serious In his life met the Ihe wrote m* that she had feared

Bake on a greasedIn A teaspoon salt 12 months.eaten at midnight on WeanMdar; Womhlp Worship fl:00(.00 P.P.M.MT. top makes a gay style and she'll scientist who developed In him the at that time she might lose the other

I a moderately hot 375-de- 2 cops coarsely chopped pecansCream Christmas Apples Eve Insure health and be very; proud of the flaps placed real gift he apparently has for chem eye. tool;, "which would have been

oven about 15 minutes. Thin and sugar. Add happiness for the coming year. The MARK'S EpISCoPAL: right below the waist which close istry. And that was the end of fun quit a pity wouldn't It," she said

'like cookies are made byI butter vanilla. Mix thoroughlyand apples in mince pie also are symbolic H... Fred Y.r.....*tr ILeet.rauc _t the pockets. for mel I No more trips abroad no "with the kiddies so small." How

the dough first, then rolling eggs and baking powder salt of health. Church School If Ckarrh 10:00 A. ... Pattern No. 8259! Is In sizes 4. II. more flying visits 'to New York to ever the right eye was saved "and

and lifting shapes onto cookie add flour half-spoonfuls Mince pie itself has a background Sunday Worship 11,OO A. M. 0. 7 and 8 :years. Blouse size S see the plays and buy hats; no even the baby's quite used to the
with spatula.. and pecans. Drop rich with superstition. The first Sunday Fvnln( 7IG: P. M., requires % yard S3 or 39-Inch ma ad. about her
YOU'll buttered and floured tin. were served as Saxon Friday: Ev.nlnic 70: P. 101. SeriaL Skirt with contrast touches more feeling myself pretty and black patch and crazy
find plenty of the'vIctor, )' apart on a oven (400 degrees). mince pie.pre-Norman days and I Holy bays 10.00 A. M. on top requires Itt yards 39 or 39- mired. Long before America entered Mummy. So were getting along
'in in a hot feasts
B-l which nourishes nerve Bake before removing from smacked of paganism. Pieces of Inch material the war John was dedicated splendidly: I've mad lots of )*m

Cool slightly baby pork and bits of th* flesh of RVT.FIRST: Chno.PBK II.'BTTKBIA Alien, H..! t.r to this research that they say will and the children have been wonderful

pan. the wild boar slain In honor of the 344 N.rt Cbrrry St. be of great value to our armed with vegetables I've gathereda

Chocolate Crumb Cookies.Makes sun god were baked in a pastry. Church School 10:00 A. MHundar forces some day. few mothers and quite a flock of
Lynn Says: the shred pie Worchlp 11:00: A. M. Name
2 doseD) Middle ages and we, combine
fhe Score ( In the pies. Mentor Cruadi I:00 P. M. Nearly Mad With Boredom. babies together,
Card: Cet Into step replaced the pork M.Kvenlnr little
of mutton Youth *00 P. have a sort of
Intermediate and
tife the oven-POpped rice the placeof Addr.._ In his forces
meat- haring' program S cops Christian emblems took the Worship 7.00 P. 11.T. }le Is completely happy school and we've had the giving out
chocolate and
lOW-it's; your assignment StutiII !- 2 squares unsweetened some of the pagan relics work. Nancy loves her school but In the wonderful bar-

? are advised as good extend. IK cup sweetened condensed milk crust which held the in shreds commemoration was- F.nw..KP' CATHOLIC what about m.? I have a fine cook of rels.the I things did so want your ,rand.daughter' .
II meats shaped like a manger ... J. Mvrpbr, rmmtmr Name of housemaid there Is plenty of
Ikai,. are stews meat pies. meat 1 cap chopped nut of the Christ-child. ReY.. Th.5..i.uipI Avea.e paperPattern and ; costs for, my girls, but

Inn, soups' turnovers- and cur- H teaspoon salt Spice were used generously In Early- Mann. V:00 A. 51.lI.I. .. NoStend 81M_ money; but I arn boredboredbored officer- they were sizes too small, and Justright
and .. s.rvIer.Sunday A delightful English
vanilla of the frankincense small sisters i who
teaspoon memory ... for two other
Liver H wise Mam 'OH A. n* .h. *i
need by the ncr. a month ago; --
!he not be Included In rice cereal into other spices brought Week Day Ma.. S:00 A. M. IS eenta In coin for came were too adorably happy to be so
popped today were I miss the companionship -
214P0und .
oven. spices'of
dult allowance. Crush over Men. The herbs each pattern devlredl to- Just gone warm and smartl! We've no men
liar need the cold cuts heart, I fine crumbs. Melt chocolate but pungent sweet K..GII..EY'K.1 BAPTIST the stimulating& friendship and shortages of all sorts
'ettbreads kidneys and ethel boiling water; remove from tot took their place. 54ev. II. .H. 'C115Past... Patricia Dow Patterns so terribly -that I feel lonelier and of course list In this
milk and blend well. The Christmas cakes of long ago Service Every SundayMonday !! useless than before of things that I
'traill. Add condensed Dow ,A. M. ... Tern., N. '1'. more completely how much
.alt and as Yule Dough or 'I<-hool-10 to* W. sits Maw letter for I don't know
meats known
SpIces crumbs nut were A. M.UOftPRL We have no hospital here; the
will be on the slender Stir made. of white flour of MorningWorahip 14. all over there know about it.
tablespoon on- and were :you
side for
from Wednesday
from STV1' but you can flavoring. Drop sheet bake in slightly finer quality than usual T. EHI'f"CLJa' women meet every But we all get along famously and
IbII have greased cookie ; of sugar and cur- Lord a Day at Red Cross work to discuss children will
tasting food to F.) 10 with the addition Pitt I ttcbool : look forward to days when we
5'sr (330 degrees materials were de. fKramtellnUo. lee-box cake and having
oven rationing
with moderate ,Theae 3 P "
domestic herbs and from rants. Service Sundayvpnng laugh at all this.
"ananings > 12 minutes. Remove at ouee elded luxuries and used only for /-1- the porch steps painted and thoughI
You u .enjoy to S It. if
also cakes were : : she ends by asking me
emublon cookie sheet with spatuta. special occasions. The Bible $tudy Tueaday Ey.ning5:11tn often 'Join them I am nearly; mad And
avou for baking and in the shape of little imagesof Mission Halt all the time. What the children on my ranch Like good'
made with boredom
aaert-makln. TheY' come In J vm ilTh ..sulky and Holy Baby or Children Blbl I enaon & Choral and if they
WpP Madonna supper
aha things
u> the clothes
Wild)) Daft Wedne.Uay S p. 51.C use it Is to me to have lovely
-. cherry almon* maple. lem- coke fall at I** *",-'..' moment' were round with a crude representation on- work Victory Prayer Group Thursday and know how to wear them to be wouldn't like this war pudding that
and stamped
Wand .citrus comblna- decoration look fiat of the Nativity nu rKvancMletlo her youngsters In England adore.
gable friendship
Son. Thf ; Meeting Fridaynight ready for distinguished
'eeelablea { /...? Explain, your problem what, to them.A of the Christmas loaf or i.lS.CHlHCH. and have no chance to make them? Somehow this simple recipe touchedme
that are ,op.- on and MU tell you pIece brought me nearer to the
Chambers as It was to read good more
'OUr Ult Lynn was kept for a year Please don't tell m* .
for rr.'nII cake important
wintry days Include it. IT'i" her usJVewipaper become sour or Of CHRIST lucky situation than has many an
i0 to do about supposed never to books and thank Cod I am so
lIubbard and 210 South Dt'plauuiChicago. for various Pukes. Ml.l .er_ pronouncement from war
acorn washes, felOn be a cur at .
to to
and pieces
-call, .nelDaa moldy divers Blbl.IiI"u" 10,HO A. M.V I simply can't!! I fly -
beets Please off
Carrots Brussels S".., IlL ailments and to ward believed Moraine Worship an4 The Lord'sSupper the mere Idea that this may go on i authorities.
::'UII, turnip and sweet pota- .., dnutd, ttampad mvalopa- lor Ills. These virtues were U;:00 A. M.ftvenlnn .
be efficacious until the next Vul" Wor.hlp T:JO P. M /5W U.S.WAR BONDS
:your r.ply. "DJ D, was made. Thursday Worship 7.10 P. M.
M.wipaP'r specialty
.........5 by W..WID tide

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mended lower rents on several the accepted hid. and give a per bid
and to be patient and wait for Sudden Death CommissionersMet formance bond HKtlnfiu-tory to the the Within
Practice 1
Good Including two
local properties City of fttarke. equal to one hun- of. h,
the police. Mrs. Llnain got Kap Of Lt. Moore Monday houses on Church St belonging! : to dred percent (100%: ) of the contract CII,. pee

O. L. "Ducky" Llnsln, now In I Duncan to call the police, and Annie Mae Kemper; one on West price. nYI Carl Julni a. ,
ClasH 1-A, has already proven Still before No Bidder may withdraw bin n.n at "Ir
I when they arrived, the negro was Unexplained\ w. A. Colley appeared Call St belonging to W. B. U.2CLASSIFIED
that he will make a food soldier) '
Commission the
the Board of County. Bryant; the small cottage on
: tlll. patiently wetlin*.
night by
Awakened one era at Its regular meeting Mon premises of Mrs. Bertha Pearce 1
barking doge, he got his rifle and. that It ADS
day morning to request on West Madison St.; the Manlre
t flash light and found a negro I Recent Births replace the 12-inch culvert recent cottage on East Madison St.; and
Silvertono console
prowler. He fired one salvo Just: In the road 'ditch approach to Mr. NOTICE FURNISHED A
Scanatlo ly placed certain houses belonging PAR T
Frank ,
above the Intruder' head and Mr. aid Mr model No. R 05010 to be sold Waldo, 14
told him he had him "covered"I Etnrke, Dec. 3, boy. to his -acre farm with the a and Mrs. W. H. Nollman on their by Mayes Radio Shop. 12-11 2tp 1 and 2 rooms 101 south 0
24-inch culvert remove property fronting on West Madi Elect

_____________-.__-_....-.- _..-_-_'" culvert entirely, ,allowing the son. water, Inner spring :
LOST 5 sugar rationing books, Frlgldalrea.
open ditch to take care of the "The office seems to be $25 per Cr,
OF area
EVERY BRANCH The matter was referred in or near the Baptist Church month No children
trying to reduce rents In spite of 0
to commissioner J. L.Wynn belonging t o Liberty Moore Mrs. Maude Wesley,
the fact that they are the same Jerry Moore, Vilda Moore, Joy
for'such action as Is deemed
amounts that were charged on GOOD PROFITS
circumstances Dale Moore and Marvel Geraldine can
Yn.1ttranceH. proper under the January 1, 1941," Mr. Clute said. Moore. P. O. Lox 407 or with potato chip mac
sale' at
chairman of Telegraph. Itp co
Marcus R Brown, !!
CARD OF THANKS condition.
the Bradford County Defense TIll,
We wish to thank our neIgh. 221
Council appeared before the FOR KENT W'lnutj ,
hr Board with the, request that it bore and friends for the many Two Apartment
t In the kindnesses shown us during the Furnished CI..IU1.,6 Mile From FOR RENTTwo cab
continue cooperation operation ::
r C.! WALL, Y f' hlfIT. of the Defense Council recent lllnesp, death and burialof Starke Plete with kitchen all

and of'the Civilian Defense our beloved husband, father Low Rent Jo'urnlehed. Lights ani,

Corps. Upon discussion I the and brother, P. O. Hayes, and W. T. FLUTE REALTOR $25 mo. 6 ml NW 0
'r a p, for the beautiful floral offerings.The on State Farm
AgencyConstant Board decided to continue the 119 K. Cull St., Starke road

policy of cooperation to the best Hayes Family. Moore.

Service Over 50 Years f of its ability. I (.,I.t. FOil nine HIGHEST CASH PRICES-Paid FUKKKNT Smull 4-1'00'
j Bonds In the amount of $2,000 KIHK Fl'YIP Kit: A*It Kill: 'IPMKVriTtHKH. for,clean cotton rags. No but- Lights.
!> :, ri.OlllUAI Apply Cecil
z HOWARD> MOORE each, executed by the Continental l>. W...Jorkelo.t "'1... ...-:l11t tons.- Bradford County TeleKraph. head, Lawtey.
'' Please Phone 146 Casualty Company! of Chicago 10 tf
bliln) for
Healed furnlnhlnK FirePum..r
William Howard Moore 29- 111., were approved for the following and Knulpnint In and a for HELP WANTED- TIcket

'" -.-.-,- ,-..-,,-.--.---- .. ---. year-old 2nd lieutenant and ton County Com m I s eloners- the City of Starke. Florida COIIfCh;: will hereceived FOR RENT-6-room furnished for Camp BUnding.
by the, "Ity nt the
"" elect P. D. Malcolm O.: bungalow' :S'miles north of draft exempt
.. : Reddish Bonded
,1 of Mrs. D. W Moore "of The reese. City; OfflrvR In IQ e'FJ'I until ,r
.. N Harrell T. C. Chastaln, L. L. Conner : two 12:00): I' M, W. T. on Starke-1-2 mile west of State 8-hour tricks S'' .iadl I
died at *lon suddenly Camp Atterbury
and J. li., Wynn. Likewise, at which time and place all Highway 13. Conner's Dairy. work. See Mr Wllil
Ind., on Thursday Dec. 3, from bond of 12.000,, executed by the bide received will he publicly open lip Orange Lines aka
{ Was 'approved In the ed and read aloud. Blanding Center Slail
n n.y causes not yet fully explained.On same firm InKtrtictlonn to filthier, Form of
n the day before his death, case' of O. C. Kelly, member of Proposal' General ConditlonM. Detail FOR RENT Apartment com tween 2 and 4 p m.
the Board of Public Instruction; I'Ip..etrkatl"n, Form of Contractand
Lt. Moore had just returned to timid may t bco examined at pletely furnished; private entrance LOST white and liver]
and bond of like amount executedby the office of the City Clerk of front and rear; 2 1.2
camp from Stai'ke, where he came the Fidelity and Casualty Co., Htark, I Florida, and at the office pointer tattooed WEN
miles on Palatka highway. Road
of Chance F:. Klchhelmer of the ear.
to attend the funeral of his of New York"was approved forJ. Firm of HevnoldH.. Brewton Hmlth 28. Stanley's Ranch. Itp My nameplate on
FOR and Villa, 5th Floor, Kobvrt BuildInH #f. V. KnightWANTED.An
S. Norman, member of Boardof
father, ,Dan Moore, who was shotto '. JackHonvflle, Florida, and
Public Instruction. The Board copies thereof obtained upon payment LOST-one gasoline ration book.
death in his store on the nightof experlencn
also bond of $500, executed of 110,00 for each "ft, which
approved a 7, with 30 tickets. Tag No. 45 ographer who
Nov 21.B'efore payment will he refunded upon return can tak by the ''Continental Casualty of uih Bet In good condition GH289.-D:: Q. Kelly. Itp tion, compose effective
Lt. Moore's widow left Co., of Chicago, Ill., for within ten days after bids and turn out neat
and read. work
have been opened
her home in Franklin, Ind., 12 Jacob J. Johns contstableelectof FOR IMMEDIATE! BALK:
The Maid City Council re erven need not apply, Tvlcpho
miles from Camp Atterbury. to Bradford County. the right to waive any Informalities FARM: of the late H.: J. Kolling,
her husband's In or to reject any or all Iildx.Kach about 120( acres,
THE ENTIRE FAMILY accompany body,to The Clerk_walt Instructed to bid must be accompaniedby containing
Starke for burial she was told communicate with,John Slade of a C'axhler'i check or a certified. 50 acres of cleared land located IF YOU WOULD BUY OP

by Army officials that an Investigation the State""Rol Department askIng check or bid bond In the amountof about 10 miles west of milk cows, stock cow,
five percent (5%) of the tiHxe
AIENS ROBES $2.95, $6.50, $9.50 would be conducted and that 'the battle guard which bid an a guarantee that the Bidder Starke in Section 5, Township cattle, stock bulls or hi

ROBLEE: SHOES FOR MEN within ten days she would be was removed when Road"261 was within, If ten awarded(10) (the'on el1ll1ve contract calendar will 16 south, range 21 east. Terms: In touch with J. D. Od

RO'BINIIOOD & BUSTER BROWN SHOES given an official report as to the built be repJ l mR),",,">Th! Board also day after written notice beinggiven cash.. Write Ruth D. Kolling Box 247 Starke; Box 20

FOR BOYS AND GIRLS cause of his death. decided to Cle r.l1nd grade a road written of contract mien award with enter the City Into of a Adm'x., Ablngdon, Va., or see City; Telephone 481 La

In the meantime however, since leading froirf; ; the graded road atarke, Florida, In accordance withFOR Marcus F. Brown, Stark Auction market every
PAJAMAS. HOUSECOATS AND TIP TOP she has, been in Starke. friends near the C. C. 'Butler farm to the 12-11 2t day on all classes of Ilv

UNDERWEAR FOR LADIES have sent her the following news- McKinney Cemetery at Lake City at 2:30: P,

' +' SPECIAL PRICES ON DRESSES paper clipping: Clerk A. J. Thomas was Instructed FOR SALE-1 cow with 2-weeks-
\0\ write Mr. Walker old calf and one milk cow, all WANTE

ALL KINDS OF BABY WEAR CAMP. Camp Atterbury Dec. 4.. Road Supt., with the Southern Jersey.Hampton See Fla. T. C. Chastain Itp, 10 Bus OperatMen
Railway Co.. Valdosta, Ga., requesting
Second Lieutenant William H.
Moore 29-year-old Florida man, that the crossing near FOR SALE-Two M del.A cars; experienced on lirav
Mann Robinson's place north of
trucks and seml trafr
wao found dead in the north partof good transportation good mo-
BLANKETS: $1.35, $1.85, $2.75 the Camp military reservationat Sampson City be repaired. The room 2 bedroom, kite hen, tors. Tag and stickers, $75 each. preference. Can work r
bath. II o t, cold water. tFurnlsJied. -
!SPREADS, $2.49 TO $6.95UARKSDALE'S 10:40: o'clock Thursday morn. Board also requested a change Located In rear of No. 631 West!' Madison Street. or weekends or both. Coo
order to a
In. purchase mimeograph ltp. Applicant mast be neat
machine. high School. and have good
peorance |
a "A board of officers
was appointed
FOR RENT-3roomunfurnished references. 10-2
$2,600 CASH Apply ,
and Is
., conducting an investigation. Clute Suggests feox house 1 1.2 miles southeast of Orange LIne Inc., Bland

j STARKE, FLORIDA ''Lieutenant Moore's home Reply 431-H town. See Mrs. G. f Odom atSablne's tor, Starke. Ask for Mr. B
i was That Landlords
t lA' orlda. but he had been'livfng\ -.- -bakery Itp

in Franklin with his wife I land Organize"I
mall chud. He was attachedto

PLAcE'' YOUR ORDER EARL the 597th Field Artillery, 92nd W. T. Club Starke realtor, Is !
Division." advocating bta organiaatlon of

Lt. Moore was a graduate of property owners in Starke "for '

FORTURKEYS BHS and of the University of the purpose "of submitting our trJti P'1

: ,< I.J Florida agricultural where courses he specialized Before entering In side Rent of Control the question Office."to the Area 7I : :

\ the Army he was employed "In my opinion the administrator

at the experiment etaUon Ie basing rentals on prices received .
Belle in Gainesville, more than {, :;;',;; .4:. ,
near Glade.
He Is survived by his wife and 30 miles from Camp Blanding, can '1 >

We Have, A Fine Lot Of Corn And one small child; his mother Mra. While Starke Is only eight miles
from thereby I believe ,
camp ,
Florence Moore of Theressa
; a
Peanut, .Hens And Gobblers Arriving brother, Cecil Moore of Lake Justifying stated. higher rents" Mr. Clute spot it, every time k

Wales'; and a sister Mrs Daisy
For Holiday Trade Johnston of Houston, Texas. The Starke realtor said that
the area control office has recom-
Funeral services were conduct. ,

ed at Hope Cemetery Monday, YOUR grocer Is really 2,

5Z5Z525Z5Z5Z5Z5Z5Z5Z5Z525252BE Dec. 7. at 2:30 P. M., with the on quality. \ l,

Rev. A. E. Lightfoot, pastor of When in doubt'abou brands Y"
the Starke Baptist Church .offici. 'f
ating. Non-commissioned officers his "extra something" can '
from Camp Blanding served ugh". ,p : .e %
guide your choice. Ask him
as pallbearers De Witt C.
Jones was In charge of arrange, what soft,drink he has drunk Y

TO DRESS THEM ments. recently. 6 out of 10 grocers will.

tell you, "Coca-Coin".
Want Nursery School
525SZSc 2L525Z5Z5ZSZ525ZSZ5Z .
4 President Roosevelt having announced Every sip tells the story of quality ", 'Y. ',

the early liquidation of in Coca-Cola. How: delicious and i
the Works. Progress Administration
SON a del e g a t Ion of Starke distinctive is its taste. How only 7 4
women unwilling to see the local SANTA Coca-Cola itself offers this taste.How a,

PHONE 45 NEAR S. A. L. DEPOTA project WPA-eponsored done away Nursery with, appeared School Recommends it goes beyond mere thirst-quenching. How sa$

before the County Board of Pub- -.- it gives you a welcome feeling of refreshment.How ;. .,t

lic Instruction Monday with the 57 of
years experience give it outstand
request that "the Board apply for CAMP BLANDING
ing and unique goodness. ;
assistance to- continue and enlarge PILLOW TOPS
the nursery school." A motion

was unanimously carried to -.--.-- Your grocer knows that when you ask for '

the effect that the Board apply Coca-Cola or use its friendly abbre '
for funds under the Lanham Act NOVELTY HULA
for the nursery school. SKIRTS vlation Coke .you want the real thing. "

All Colors The only thing like Coca-Cola It---

RUPTURESHIELD Coca-Cola itself.
EXPERT HERE Wartime limits the supply of Coca Cola
II. M. Hhevnnn widely known Cat
FLORIDAHANDMADE. times when It, remember
cannot get
expert Chicago, will personally addtime.
be at Roosevelt Hotel Jacksonville PLAIN being fint choice, sells out fin*. A.k for It

.,.. ....._ Thursday and Friday, only AND INLAID No matter how short the supply. the gtiahq
December 17-18 from 9 A. M. to LADIES BAGSCOMPLETE

FLOOR LAMPSWE Mr Shevnan .ay.: The Zoetic .

Shield Is a tremendous Improvement LINE ,

HAVE A FINE LINE OF over all former methods, effecting OF FLORIDA r
Immediate results. It will
CEDAR CHESTS not only hold the rupture perfectly

but increase the circulation, .

SEE OUR MOST BEAUTIFUL 'strengthens the weakened parts,
thereby closing the opening In ten We Have:Many Other

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less of heavy lifting straining; or Xmas GiU Pay Us

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EARLY WHILE OUR STOCK IS nationally known scientific meth 4/
od. No under straps or cumbersome ii IBBH.UI ''iimmmmm
COMPLETE arrangements and absolutelyno "Ye. ma'am. You're lucky.You know lea

medicines or medical treat THEWONDER amazing how folks keep on asking for It.
ments. even when they're not sure they can get It the better buy!
The best is
Mr. Shevnan will be glad to demon as often In wartime as before. It'. th* real always
HART '''FURNITURE CO. *t rate without charge. thing, all right" --

Add MOO N. Arte lan Ave., Chi- SHOP

cago. Large JncUlonal Herniaor i IOTTKO
STARKE 114 Thompson St.
rapture following surgical "
tion enpr-clally! noliclted. -Adv. COCA-COLA BOTTLING