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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 18, 1942
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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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>.
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Cation Trading Center and for BRADFORD COUNTY.TELEGRAPH Sweetest Home Strawberries of the I IilK




iP BLANDING This Side of Heaven


Official County Publication' Established In 1877

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1T-FlV1i_ _ _ STAKKK. KLOIUDA.lUDAV, DKCKMBKK: !:" 18. 141 NUMBER KIUIIT
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lACK of FUNDS MAY CL\ QSE CLINIC, HANSON SA YS II




ito Weevil Long List Of Selectees Inducted f Still Hope I Health That Board He "May Head Take Notifies Action Kunzig To So.


Following i is a list of Brad- ence White, Simon Peter Nix, Robert Clarence Bagwell.- Thomas Protect Camp Personnel"Dr.

ford County registrants who have i George Clyde Bradley James R. Griffin Rltch Mallory Clayton

section been indu c t e d into the Army Matt Raymond Roscoe Slade, Thomas, William Edward Pen- For New M. J. Ford, director of the Bradford-Clay Health

; since Nov. 9: I Morris George McGill, Clyde Prevail darvlo, Eugene Wesley Elder Unit, yesterday released for publication letters written by

White I I Percy Eugene Griffin LewisAlbert Colored Dr. Henry Hanson head of the' State Board of Health

[ Brosky Comer Augustine. Willie Ghent Leroy Johnson, Phone System stating that "all activities of the Bradford-Clay Health Unit
f ported Ira William Allen Clyde Wes Long, Robert Wade Miller, Stephen : Ernest Feyson' Samuel Joseph
will be discontinued with the exception of those activities
ley Strickland Carl AnUs I George Denmark. Ellsha L. Brown Jr. Nathaniel
Johnson Enish, Joe "
directly concerned l with venereal disease control because
Grlffls, liuford Earnest McKInney Junior Thomas, Whether voluntarily or perforce
|y sweet. potato weevil an James Thomas Klnchen, I Whitney, Morris sufficient local funds have not been pledged.
of sweet Troy Harvey Fullln. Robeit George Brow., Herman Obney haw not yet been- revealed: ,
11I4 dreaded pent been discovered po- Roscoe Green, J. B. Silcox, Roy Elijah: : Jone ,, Marion Davis Gas- Kelly, William Miller Charles but If. A. Bishop, owner and Another letter was' written by Dr. Hanson to GeneralL.

ha* farms just In the Lawtey Kite, Samuel Bryant Cowart Jr.., sell.. Robert Wilson Asher, Billy William Finn/ James White, manager' of the Starke Telephone A. Kunzitr commander of Camp Blanding notifying him

.yeraJ State Plant Board in- Ollle Thornton Tillman Frank Ezcll Downing. Talmadge Con Thomas Bryant, Ed war d Lee, Company, is a good Samaritan. of the impending action "in order that you may take whatever -

:II by as evidenced by several Hutto, Ve r non Allgooii, Lacy stant Kelley William Cecil Har- Walter C.....Bryant. Albert Williams Why? Boca use he has transferred steps you deem necessary to safeguard the health and

potatoes brougbt to "the Sweat. Willie Howard Brown ; dee, Ernest Calloway Paschal,'. James Frailer Jr. Luke to another- "for the Rood' of safety of the personnel in your command."

tted Agent's office Monday William David Rowe, Clarence Thomas Anderson Sullivan Phillip Blocker Julian Robinson, Nethan- the caupe," that which he hint. ---. -, Following\ are copies of both

[__ work Is' being car Eugene Clenny Oscar Griff, I Joffre Manassa John Carson eal Benbow Leroy ,Collln self needed very badly! letters:

itpection I out by Worth Dexter and Earl Bunny Futch, Edward Clar-: i Willis, Loran Lorenzo Conner, Thomas Luclas Albert For a year Mr. "Illshop has been Pecan Auctions December 16, 1942

It Prevail of the State Plant trying to obtain for bin Company Board of County Commissioners"

rimee who with bave this had weevil-many years The CannedFood F. B. I. AgentIs Farmers Repay a tic"new switchboard"common-buttery, no! that automa people Near EndSixty I Staikn Bradford Florida County *

en potatoes they brought In SpeakerAt accustomed to city life-, and those Dear Sirs:

worked through and throughthe I wishing! to become accustomed to Under date of November 10, I

'larvae of the weevil. The Lost In FireAbout Rotary ClubWm. FSA Loans i it, might not have to "grind" the 0*' 78: pecan growers- 1912 your honorable Board wanotified
tl'It'phonewhen- they wanted a that I If the
the Bradford-CUy
that -
tors stated potato A Godfrey special agent .several- from out of the County A
thcondition\! would not with the Federal Bureau of Investigation number; but might simply pick up attended the auction sale at the Health Unit is to continue, suf-

nten by hogs or cows but 3:30: A. M, Wednesday afire with headquarters' in Murvls U. Robert!!,. 'District the receiver and get the opera Slarke Farmers' Market lust Friday flclent local funds must. be provided -

Krve as an incubator for broke out In the old tin build- Gainesville, wan guest speaker at Farm Supervisor with: ._the FSA. tor. aflernoon. A cold l drizzle: In order to warrant allocation -
next crop of weevils. Ing In the alley\ between Call and the Rotnry Club Wcdni-nday. Describing in commenting'this' week on his This much-needed! Improvementhad didn't honrwn the voice nor thdrop of state and Federal funds..

nil pest, they said has been Madison street, the south side of Home of the methods used work stated that "records for been promised, him over and in price dampen the ardor This department has not received -

um In Florida for many years which was used as garages for by the F. B. I. In keeping sabo- thU' year no far .Indicate that In over again, and finally\ a few : of the auctioneer, I... M. White, an acknowledgement of

ri eradication work was begun Col. D. E. Knight and his hotel tage and other subversive acts this district (1, counties), J256- days ago the equipment arrived, who performed his task. like the that letter, nor has It received

Baker county in 1917, that: guests, and the north ride of by enemy agents, at a minimumIn 000 has beencollected on puyments and was! about to be Installed veteran that he I.... I' any communication from you as

mlj bavlng been free of themil : which was used primarily as this country during the present on loans made to !e-mail! when his old Uncle (Sam) needed A total of 33.762 pound. exchanged to any action your Board may
for the time beingat have taken the matter There-
it. Evidently on
I since the early 1920's. In- storage/ rooms for Frank's Fine wur, Mr. Godfrey called attention farmers who are'produclng 'food handS, which was less I
OI! baa been made at scat- Foods. to the fact that there ban been for freedom' crops' while duringthe / least, till! War Production than half of that sold the previous fore, you are hereby notified thatas
Board thinks Chipley or Panama of December 31, 1042. all activities
nd points in this county each While no one knows the exact much less of this sort of thing I same period only $312,000 has week. The price also showed
City (Mr. Bishop had forgotten of the Dradford-Ouy
ir but the weevil was not than wa experienced during been loaned." "We are collecting n alight decline from last week
cause of the fire it was thought I 1: which ) needs this Improvement Health Unit will bb discontinued
mil until recently. llllle more than we pale netting
World Wur I. very year a the whole afternoon "" /
beenon by fire chief R. C. nuford, Frank. worse than Starke, tm It Is I being with the exception of those activities
Heavy Infestation has and Col. Knight that it perhapscaught The F. B. I. now has mote than are, putting out, he continued. sent to one of those places. How- tho growers only $6,608.14 or an directly concerned with

farms of J. H. Moore from a lighted cigarette I 50 million fingerprints, on file in "We have Just completed a ever.. Htlll the news IB good; for average/: of only 19.6 cent por venerual disease control.
T. Blackburn, J. S. Eunice .. the stated, of all boirowx. which Indicates pound. Several buyers were on
which was carelessly dropped Washington, speaker survey Mr. Bishop stated that they had
Since the -
area now served by
Francis Prevail H. F. Alexander
-
Waraock the ground Including
borrowers haveaveragel ;
there. Or perhaps a rat might and new onus arrive at headquarters thai out him the equipment for
promised the health unit contains
W. Wilker- States Pecan import.
Prevail J. of the Gulf
their net
have set It, Frank thought. at the rate of 100,000 a day. increasing certain- In January.New .
few other farms around Ga. n. H. Wilson ant military and naval establishments
slid a The Bureau also maintains a non- worth by u little wore than $500 Co., Waycross, ;
Further inspection will The loss of canned goods which I this over I 1041," he atd. with the Georgia Hide and ,' we are obliged to .notify
arrled on in an effort to de- Frank sustained would probablyrun criminal file and any citizen who "Our yeui program:: for -1943 ia that on School Passes Fur Co., Waycrosn; Davis Broth- their commanding officers of this

whether or not the in- to $ .ooO, besides thai sustained desires to do so may send his loans completed! to date our farmers Final ers Macclenny; S. A. Norris curtailment of public health ervlces. -

lion.It\ spread, over the by Col. Knight in the gut- fingerprints so they will be available shall Inereuitu their production InspectionAt Adol, Ga.; and Tate Brown of This. In. In order that appropriate

ting of his building. It Is understood for identification in the of eggs- ,bop peanuts turkeys 10 o'clock Wednesday Stark.. step may be taken by

Control Me&oIUre8 that neither Col. Knight\ event he should be killed\ in an and' other1! 'food for free morning the new Bradford High Among out-of-County growers them to safeguard th. health and

$Sblct the sweet potato! weevil. nor. Frank carried any insuranceon him dom' as.. much us 40 percent' over School "stood the test" after a present at the sale were J. G. safety of military and. naval personnel -
ind breeds, I in'the tbe accident that might dUflgure ,of. Waadln i -
I, potato the'building.or.lt.. contents., 19'r, Ihorough-gofnittlnspectlon\ ; by P'Upteof' Abua: Tom
C rlne. -and morning glory so that Identification by other "Better and a better food flcllln representing the County Wald '<' J; C.' McCormick.. Ft. ftojpeclfully' yours. .
careS
the Inspectors say that it1r1 The firemen fought valiantly, moans would be. Impossible.Mr. t 19'tbe main thing we are Boai'd of Public Instruction; the White; M. L. ,Trie*. Waldo; Mrs. .i;. Henry' Hanson. M. D.I. .

difficult to eradicate, and but the. fire before bad the done" alarm most ofit was: Godfrey expressed appreciation -i, program stressing thi.. year," he ".Id..and Federal Works Agency the architect Hazel S t 5 war t of Alachua December 16, 1942

eradication! measures are con- damage for the assistance the' loaning more money to increase ; and the contractor County; and K. G. Grlmos,, jrpp. General L. E. Kiinslg.

lited by the state or Govantnt turned In. I Bureau has had' from civilians, production. Loans are, not madeto The Inspection was made by resenting. J. F. Fredrlcksson of Commanding Officer

[ in ibis county: and urged the public to continueto Dr. W E. Mlddleton Superintendent Keystone Heights. Camp Ulandlng, Florida
TV control, they state, wilt be Fire Scare get in touch with the F. D. I. farmers unless they hare producing S. E. Sparks Chairman, Mixed pecans brought 17 1-2 Dear Sir; I

tely In the hand of the farm- At Starke HotelAbout whenever anything occurs that ; 'food for freedom' for and J. S. Norman Member- of cents; Randell 18; Van Dvman<< Enclosed' are copies of'correspondence : ,I

k The following suggestions t'eems to warrant tbe attention of crops and livestock to be Hold forth the County Board of Public Instruction 18 1-2; Seedlings 19 1-2; Tencbe relative to the maintenance ,

to control are being offered: 9 o'clock Thursday morning Federal Investigators. >t war effort after their own ; P. ''. Piety, of Jack 16 3-4; Curtis 21 1-4; Money of public health service by .\
roy all old potatoes on the stair and liv- sonville. Construction Engineerfor maker 18 1-4; Mixed Curtis 18 1-2; the Bradford-Clay Health Unit. In ;I
met.
the halls way needs have' been
ra where Infestation Is found the Federal\ Works Agency; President 18 1-2; Frotsch 18 1-4; addition to thin correspondence ,
Ftonung the potatoes. Do' not ing room of the Starke Hotel Farm MachineryApplications Mellon C. Greely Jacksonville, Seller 17 3-4; Stuart 22; Pabst representatives of the State Board -

tat or bed from draws any were- alive with army wives and O. K.'dThe Ministers Meet architect; Wm. R. Stultz, Jack- 17 3-4; Schley 21 1-2; Mahan of Health the U. S. Public Health

XMoes from any farm thought other transients running up and At Blanding sonville, mechanical engineer; G. 23 3-4 ; Russell 17; Success 18 1-2; Service, and the director of the ;,

be Infested,. b)I.t get,""j S jnew to'arid fro" with excitement, County Farm Machinery W. Bilderback. Superintendent of and Columbia 16 1-2. ( unit have made personal contact
\li'or' vines'' from -a farm down Committee met at the County Approximately 40 Protestant I, construction, for John W. Knope, The sale today la expected to with various officials of each
fire to
*w it is known that there are waiting for an Impending Agent's office Saturday afternoon Chaplains of Camp Blandlng andProtestant Ocala contractor, who was 111 and be the last one thin season and county but no definite committ '

weevils. Destroy any volunteer !break out upstairs. Some were and approved several applications Ministers of Slarke I could not be present! ; A. J. Harvey growers are urged to bring their I ments or pledges were made. COn. tk

W on the farm, and plant new getting their personal belonging! for new machines. met as guests of Chaplain T. C Gain I esvllle. sub-contractor offerings early to avoid delay in sequently we have. no alternative .

MI is far away from old potato ready to >ake .out of the house. This committee is composed of Holland'on 'Thursday, Dec 10,- at for plumbing and healing; and the sale this afternoon. Manyof other than to withdraw a considerable
u possible : moment's warning. I II James Rosier Chairman. W. S. Camp Blandlng. Jim Hope Gainesville, of the Jim the grower are elated over proportion of State and
Blnee the weevil -spread at a I R. F. Dem- Electrical Co., subcontractor and Federal funds.
may Sibley, R. M. Alvarez, A general discussion was held Hope "the bent season In years
'a mile in a season the clean- The walls In the upstairs were oresl and C. B. Andrews the last how the boys In service for the electrical work. The "the best ever:' for mpttUof them. This action will result In suspension ..

i gould be made on a comwltywlde emllling waves of smok*. caused two being alternates and have as might to be served better through Helzel Roofing I Co., also of O. W Andrews of New River of sanitary Inspection and

basis if it is to be by the close proximity of a large the authority to approve application the local churches USO, and the Gainesville, had the nub-contract has marketed prior to today I supervision of food handling

tatlve.further. coal stove. The heat from the for any machine or farm Chaplains' Corpn. for roofing and sheet-metal work. from 400 to 600 pounds, at an establishments, Immu n I a al.l o n,

information about the the asbeston equipment made by farmers of Arnold a discussion -! 'Construction and equipmenta average of 18 cents.. He hall two school health services maternal
had penetrated gave
'land eradication measures stove this county. Applications are Chaplain he saw complete," S. E. Sparks acres in pecans. His crop came and child health services and
1 be had by consulting Countyt which covered the walls and. filed with the county agent any. on the problem G. C. an Powell of chairman of the County Board up "short" because of his planting communicable disease control,' Ar.

I.. T Dyer.hrphree while not burning the asbestos, | time, but the committee will meet It. and the Methodist Rev. Church of stated Wednesday afternoon. "The peanuts and crotalarla among rangements/: can be made to continue
was setting fire to the walls underneath only on Saturday afternoons- when the First outline of Christ- architect and the FWA have recommended his trees he said. While R. A. the venereal disease control

NamedXrcuAt there are application to be con Starke gave an of. the local the acceptance of the Newsomb had not figured up just activities.

Col. D. E. Knight owner of sidered. The committee serves I mall activities Starke. building. However." he continued how many pecans he had sold to You are hereby notified of thin

Judgeweinor the property coming In with the without pay, and the members churches of "tbe Board is holding the matter date, he has 20 acres which are Impending action In order that

mall, and seeing the altuation must hold down their travel expense Julius L. Thorn, director of the open in order to get some bearing well, and he has netted you may take whatever stops you
""led Holland\ this week ap- exhausted one fire extinguisheron while they are serving the use operated by the YMCA presided much-needed sewing machines for (Continued on page eight) deem necessary to safeguard the
John A. Murphree ofeVilla and was about to at the meeting and also of the
the wallw, farmers in this way. the school. health and safety person
to succeed Circuit the walls with an axe outlined plans of the USO for the to be command.
have nel In
lie tear out Those who expect to buy new These machines Bible ConferenceAt your
Tom
Sebring of the 8th firefighters season.
fire truck with Its Christmas contract awarded Respectfully your,'
when the equipment. County advertised and a
l
dal machines or
Circuit when the latter arrived on the scene. No should The next meeting will be held which will take a few more TabernacleA Henry Hanson, M. D. .
T. Dyer
"Be L. says
a Agent
Supreme Court Justice chemicals were used fire chief In Starke -January 14. before the matter can be ,
January flrot locate what they want. to weeks Bible Conference will
4. special
urphree is the eldest son of R. C. Buford stated but knapsack-five men buy and know that they can getIt entirely disposed of, Mr. Sparks be held at the Gospel Tabernacle, Candlelight :
late each used 5-gallon an application. Consumers Asked said. At Its reguldr meeting on Sunday,
before filing Jan. 3. through
Dr. Albert A. Murphree, Indian pump of water to 4, the matter will be Sunday. Service SundayThe f
type January Bible
it-time Unity Jan. 10. with the noted
president of the danger. Then chief To Number thoroughly. and:
the Into more
of Florida. He graduated relieve cut out part of the wallto War Proverb gone will be made for Us early teacher. Dr. Herbert Lockyer of public In cordially Invitedto r
Buford
Fuel Coupons plans In charge.Dr. 1,1
the university law school there was no further Liverpool England, attend the annual Christmas ,
1928 and has practiced law see that disposition. .- Lockyer Is now with the Candlelight Vespers to be held
"e then in Gainesville. He Iiled danger. The damage was negligible. According to an old proverb. 'In order to save the time of Capt. J. W. Brownlee Atlanta Bible Institute And later In the Presbyterian Church.: Sunday i'

and has two children. "The mills of the gods grind Ii both merchant and customer will\ be in Jacksonville at several afternoon Dec. 20 at B o'
Bebrlng, former Col. Knight plans to build that alow\ but they grind exceeding when buying oil. It l I" the con TransferredTo churches.In clock.
university wall farther away doubt the writer of of opinion of local merchants .
the No
fine. census
lIiall coach was elected to I part of Blanding announcing the conference The choir music used at this
Supreme Court this to from the stove, putting it behind that proverb with his prophetic that the customer should J. T. Quigley, sponsor of the Tab- .service will be taken from, some
year to leave more apace!' be- vision was referring to UncleSame write his fuel oU coupon number 3. W Brownlee arrivedIn
Capt. melodiesused
flue
the
f1 Justice J. B. Whit!leld. ernacle, laid: of the ancient Christina
and ink in I I
!
\will tween the walls and the hot stovu Selective Service mill plainly with pen Starke Monday from Seattle. the centuries in the
retire alter 39 have a man through
nearly mill is "no respecterof place on the he had spent the "It U a privilege to
this appropriate
on the bench.Wrs and pipe. I Again, the Wa* h., where his life to a study Christmas tradlllona of Europe
them orders. who has given
pe"ons"-to quote from a coupons before presenting past five weeks awaiting
Hi School Selectees higher! authority! to the merchant for oil. This He reported Tuesday to Camp ..of the Word and who learned stands: men out and The America.theme of the service will
Reflect: would save the customer and has been assigned as one of the best
11 State Superintendent They took the Mayor of Starke, procedure little time, and in Blanding at the Station I. of bllll day In scriptural lined. not be a meditation commemorating
as the quite a dental clinic
Committeemen Inasmuch who was himself a member of the week to a in this country but also the birth of the Lord and tbe
Schools i n Tallahassee of a day or a only
of the course
Complement. the
Selective Service Board and now Hev, Chan. Allen will use an
The i ruled that any boy In would save the merchant or his For the past year Capt. Brown abroad.
Agricultural Committee has their wheels'are reaching out for that many will text the first words Jesus poke
Is hoped
!Ctlo: grade who Joined the clerk. many hours. lee baa been in Alaska where he "It
: .n meeting was held at the the 12th Dempsey Sapp another Govern- themselves of this opportunity as a child.Truck .
OItrtbollJ4e the second semester 'the matter with an engineerIng avail
in stationed
last armed forces Carl Johns suggested was
Saturday mom- ment man who la rationing cars, to study what tbe Bible
"C for the should be given a diploma Telegraph, whereupona outfit as a member of the
purpose of electing I tires gasoline sugar oil and what to the teaches relative to the times in On FireThe
12th .t being
the Prior 0
Uty boy in called the Rationing dental corps.
committeemen in the Agrl- and that any have you to the civilians of the reporter live."
tUral Conservation programmembers grade who Joined the armed forces,I county! He is to report for his Board and Dempsey Sapp clerk called to active duty with the which A we good program of sacred Fire Department was called
r be in
1943, in the ,first semester should stated that this procedure wouldbe Army be had dental offices feature of each about 10 o'clock last Friday
soon. will be a
1'Renty-three : of the given a diploma provided h e physical entirely within the law, so Starke and his new assignment music I morning to Blanding Center

I latlon were present and all merited it from a scholastic standpoint long as the "record of deliveries" will allow him to be near his service. I where a pick-up truck was on

ii offIcers Were reelected for the Bradford County School Public Assistance blank was filled out by the mer- home. Communion fire. However the owner took

SURer year. They are: James Board voted Monday that the November disbursements In chant. Midnight care of the situation and extinguished

*ier, chairman, R. E. Hazen, Principal and a committee corn- Bradford County amounted to a Married In Lake Butler The customary Midnight Communion the flame and removedthe

.flter Kite with F. M. Nor- pored of the teachers who leaving teach total of ,:S,880 through tbe three Recent BirthsMr. and Jean will be held at St. Mark's danger without the aid of the
nd U individual students Old- Lewis Shepherd fire engine. R. C. Buford, fire
J. Wynn as alter- the assistance categories- Dec. Episcopal Church next Thursday
: a Ruby M. Silcox was se- AChooi, should decide on the pubUC Assistance, Aid to the Blind and Mrs. Cecil Everett Strickland. both of Brooker I night Christmas. Eve, chief stated.
age
ted 81 treasurer and L. T. merits of the students leaving and Aid to Dependent Children. Leach Starke, Dec. 14, boy. 4.
r
COunty agent as secretary. during the first semester.



BRADFORD COUNTY TKLRGRAPH. BTARKK. FLORIDA FRIDAY llFCEJfala;
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15 --------- I thin Order In next four weekly vember
20th.,
r time for that service man of yours' by BUCK.Wltnetm hand and 18-\\ OFFe144 7,42,
my s1SAt
The Bradford County Telegraph sending him one of these inexpensive greet O anal at 25th.Htarke, 1942., :Florida this November 12.4 As Clerk 4it-25 or 'aid '+url

'% 1 E.tabnehed. IIsnMB.M.BBR. ings before Christmas? Oa&4H$9 (OFFICIAL, UHAL.: ) A. J. Thomas.
,, An Clerk of said. Court,
13-4: 4t 1Z-SSS
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7 PRESS Christmas Still A Holiday !NOTICE' OK ADOPTIONIn .4"rip
ASsOCrATION
c' 4 X16 .fR1M! Circuit Court far Bradford
1
Win Friends
NATIONALEbfr0RMLASSOc7ATKM' Author of "How to County: FlorId.
'y
1' War workers in Florida are expectedto Nodes" In hereby given that on .
I U,4 t and Influence People." the 88th day of December A. D.
&:. L. MfllOiews _____ ____ Editor and Owner observe normal working schedules on 1042 thereafter, at 2 o'clock an can P. be!I(., heard or an Boon the or Them Ueanne, Ib

New Year's day, especially in war plants undersigned; intend to apply to Your harmful Rudy WI

,i t' ', SUUStKII TION IC/VTK< where the steady flow of production must Judge Honorable, In Starko A. Z. Adklnn Florida,, Circuit for an I waste kldo.y.matter kidneye Irem.re the eon.hntl blood.I:
>_I.Ort/ order authorising the undersigned .om"Um"lo.I
Month
Yearly SI.75: 8i Dot 10 th.1t
not be broken. However, Christmas is the to adopt Clara Mae Urlffln a minor mOVe.ct a Nature Intend,4-I

f publlHhndVnrUly on Fridays and Entered a* 8ecHK exception to the rule that war plants should IIERE'S ONE WAY TO START Joe William. body pol.on.cblnary impurities the System that and U IIPIOt feta,,t
Hallle Williams.
Clam. Mitttrr At the Pout Offitwt Ht, Htarkn. Fla. forego customary holidays. The nation at In 1932 a young man in Texas had a college degree and 11-27 4t 12-18 penlateot Symptoms hoedarh.m.y b., nonlnl

1 f L Lk.li large will observe Christmas despite war- no job. Depression was howling over the country like a IN CIRCUIT COURT BRADFORD getting under the nights.all.rk..".11,0", 01,
blizzard the plains of North Dakota. COUNTY' FLOHIUAl IN CHAN. .n.I.ly eya-1_ I..hnl o f
Cable Your Xmas GreetingsDid at least one day of the year will still be over C1 11Y Other sind. 01 POp ROd
II. B. Fox and he wanted to be a news- 'T. 01 kdney
Smith,
His name was W. Plaintiff VR Eva order are or b
dedicated to the remembrance of "Peace on Smith Defendant. Cane. No. 16611. too frequent.0moUm.bumio 1OreTatrnent ,
know that love and kisses man. u"n.lI".
you paper OltnKR OF PUBLICATIONA
Earth, good will toward man. He applied to 13 papers in Texas and received a lot !> NOTICB TO APPHAR 1.WIsr the 0th

IR# 't'' Christmas greetings, happy birthdays, birth of kindness and no job. Smith STATE, whose OF FLORIDA residence to In: Eva Un DOG"new frleoda, Pillt,for DaD,,'.b...h,,..

T announcements and requests for money Pick Up A Nail Save A Tire Finally II. B. Fox went to a small-town daily and said, known.You are required to A.They. hv. n.U.o.'d.mare thoo' (10...
appear on recommended
may now be sent, via cablegram, overseas, "I know you have all the men you want, and I realize you January 4th.. 1943n the above country OVIII' A..by Yor.lrot.fut,' y

for the small amount of around sixty cents Every man, woman and child has been can't hire me. But, I think I can help you. I want expe named plaintiff Court and cause. Bradford wherein 'gENGRAVED

rience so I'll work for you without pay. And I'm readyto County Tolsgrnphdshall publish thla De.
? Well, they can, according to Captain Robert asked to remove from the streets broken ; Order In next four weAkly IHSUBM.

t, lI n. McCormack, Chief 0 f Postal Section, glass, nails, loose rocks and the like, which start The editor now. looked at him now with interest. Why, the seal Witness at Starke my, hand Florida and, this official No

t.11 I headquarters, Fourth Service Command.And might cause tire destruction. young fellow did mean business! But to make it too easy

conversely, they may be pent this way Many a good tire is being ruined by would be no.test, so he said, "I haven't any assignments.If .
you want to show what you can do, you'll have to dig
"over there.
from
? ;' nails, broken glass and sharp stones. Folks own- stories." .

Of course other messa t i may be sent who throw such stuff off the highways are up H.your B. Fox put on his hat and walked out. lIe didn't geta ie

also, just so they are brief, and the fixed helping the war effort. A'worn tire can story that day; but the next morning he was back, and he

+ air text is adhered to. Naturally, the cablegrams be retreaded, but a cut-and-bruised one is started all over again.

i must be submitted through the in which One day the editor gave him an assignment-his first.
loss. Another can
total
t channels and must be properly addressed a way. you Fox hopped out on the story; covered it. l
JI proper help win the war. Three months and three days after he began workingfor
t. Tl full
; Fr outgoing messages showing nothing, the editor put him on the payroll at $25 a
I. .
t nan/e, Army serial number, APO cable address Senator Byrd Of Virginia month. e
;
'' and the routing word. This type Two months later the society editor left. Fox was offered

r message will consist of not more than three Senator Byrd of Virginia is said to be the job. A male reporter running the society department!
Fox to turn it down. He took it. Two
The editor
expected
of the fixed authorized texts. Thus, for greatly encouraged by the strong support
the month.A .
weeks later he was on desk-$60 a
rY hl' $1.20 you could cable: "Hearing your voice that is rallying to his efforts to reduce non- year''later he was offered the job of city editor, but PERSONAL STATIONERY

t ey on the wireless gave me a wonderful thrill. war government activities and cut down the he had decided to go into business for himself. He heardof MANY DIFFERENT STYLES _

j., Glad and proud to hear of your decoration. a country weekly that was for sale, mostly on credit.
Everybody thrilled. Many thanks for par- rate of spending. lIe has been a consistentfoe He borrowed $500 and bought the Madisonville Meteor MONOGRAMMED WHILE YOU WAIT

( of wasteland extravagance in public Madisonville, Texas.
4Y"1 cel.) He worked hard, and the paper began to make money.In .
1 These EFM cables, except for Christ- government, and shows far-sighted states the meantime his work was attracting attention. Then FINEST LEATHER

m mas greetings, are discontinued until after manship in laying before Congress facts and there was a contest held by the Country Home Magazine,

December 27. You may send the Christmas figures that prove his claims that a billion New York, and H. B. Fox was chosen as the best country i ZIPPER BIBLESYOUR
; time through editor in the country. He was brought to New York and
messages, however, at any dollars a year might be saVed in non-war entertained for a week. He was banqueted, introduced to

December 25, and after the 27th any of the expenses. If you approve of his efforts celebrities, and given the biggest week of his life. Whenhe NAME ENGRAVED FREE

X"i! messages or combinations. left a check was put into his hand for $500-the pricehe

ft 4V (A." Why not provide the "thrill of a life- write and tell your Congressman. had paid for his paper. Large Selection of Xmas Greeting Cards. We

': rr: Engrave Your Name On Any Xmas Card

i' ; ROUND LAWTE Y Deeds FiledTax Building PermitsCity

deed-State of Florida to
I A Clerk Carl Johns recently
F. M. Packham, 21 tax SEND A PHOTOGRAPHIC XMAS CARD
R. Carradine acres on
!I; With F. certificate No. 105 and 80 acres Issued the following building per
;' mite: MADE FROM YOUR FAVORITE NEGATIVE I
t ), on tax certificate No. 341, $2.73,,
Dec. 7Frederick; Mrs. Nelle Nollman In the J.
agreed that we have ground for
BAPTIST CHURCH
Id METHODIST CHURCH I Friday Dec. 18, the W M. U. doubt. If Fatso Is allowed to Sydney Dodd an4 his G. Alvarez addition, $200 on Dec. ENLARGING PRINTING KODAK FINISHINI
10 A. M. MornIng
Sunday School' wife Marjorie Romesa Dodd to 8 for
j'? will have an all-day meeting at give order to his Inferiors from the purpose of remodelling
jr Worship 11 ,A. M.. Christmas the home of Mrs. Forbes) E. Fuller his couch we would say he wit Robert Josiah Dodd and his wife,,: and construction of a porch:\ ; 12 Hour Service

1 sermon by the pastor. Solo by :' starting at 10 A., M. There make a good non-com, and must Mamie Lydia Dodd 1 ,8-10 acres, ,,
IV! CIRCUIT ,
1 COL RT
Ulan Catherine Young. YoutbIfellowshlp say that he will be no "90-day Dec. 11;, BRADFORD
df t 1.k will be a study of the book "If !:''i'I"lr'OHIUAl (M: CHAN.
; I .. ? 7 P.;M. Evening Worship Tao Agree' given by Mrs: J. P. wonder." He has' been in the Blackshear Mfg., Co., a corpora-I ORDER> OF PUBLICATION
'I t \ at.8. WyrIck and Mrs. Fred Davidson army so long he calls pancakes tion of Pierce County, Ga., to AND NOTICE TO APPEAR

r I The usual Christmas entertainment At the 'noon hour a covered-dish shoulder pads. Charley Campbell and Mary Cora DeVoiiH.DeVoim Defendant, Plaintiff Can, v.No... Philip 8044. BRADFORD PHOTO SHOP

M:' I and tree will be held luncheon wil be served. Follow Leon Starling son of Mr. and Christian Campbell of BradfordCo. STA'15E OF FIXmiDA, to: Philip

a a Christmas Eve, Dee, '24. I' ing this, there will be the,annual Mrs. Steve T. Starling spent the .. Fla., Dec. 11; Bt.DeVo.: Albany..... whose New address York In 101 Orant Next Door To Western Union

r4 1 f Twelve members of the Youth Christmas party, with an ex- week-end with his parents here J. M. Dixon and Ethel J. Dixon, You are required to appear on
Fellowship attended the Orange change of gifts by all In attendance and returned to his base at his wife, to J. M. Dixon. Frank January named Court 4th.. and 1943.cause In the wherein above STARKE FLORIDA

Creek Fellowship Thursday even- Banana River where he Is a mem Robinson and Levy Sweat as plaintiff .e..ks divorce Bradford
/ Ing Dec. 10, MlBH Catherine Sunday Dec. 20.. Sunday Schoolat ber of the Coast Guard His many Trustees of the Woodlawn Missionary County Telegraph shall publish

jr I Young and Mrs. Jake Shuford 10 A. M. Baptist Orphanage friends were glad to see him. He Baptist Church, 1 acre. I .>...*. __M.vj ____N34 1N.sa. ___..ari__..a "'"'3- _ia434SJCit""- ---.toO.- _.... ""- ... __ ""'- _.... .... ........
accompanied the group. offering to be taken. Morning and Jack Darley. son of Mr, and Dec. 7; 1 I

Mrs. Beatrice Day of Oconomo- Worship at 11. Sermon subject:: Mrs. T. T. Darley enlisted In the Margaret L Kelly, a widow, to --
C. G. several weeks ago. We .
woc. Wla., arrived Wednesday to "Job. the Saint. Young People'sat John O. Kelly, 80 acres Dec. 8;
understand that Jack has been
7 P. M. at
spend the holidays with her parents Evening Worship transferred to Miami. John G. Kelly and Thelma I. l l
Mr, and Mra. J. A. Howe. 8. Kelly, his wife to E. L. Kelly
'' )In'. Day was formerly .Miss Beatrice Wednesday-Prayer Meeting at Miss' MatUe C. Harley of Jack- and wife, Gertrude Kelly, 80
8 P. M. Bible study and last sonville Is spending several days I 8 tl
4K q Howe. acres, Dec. 8;
week-verse. with her family here. Miss Har
fees) George F. Young L. V!. Sowell and Mattie
Mayor ( Thursday, Dec. 24, Annual ley Is connected with St. Luke's wife ,
r was In Jacksonville Wednesday Sowell, to C. C. Dees and wife, S
Christmas Program given by the hospital.A
for Xmaa merchandiseto Carneta Dees 80 Dec. 9
hopping acres ;
Sunday School: with Mrs. W. F. letter in Tuesday from
offer his local patrons Mrs. FullerIn James R. Young and Lotus '
I Moore and Forbes E. Johnny Bennett, who'has been in
Mrs. S. D. Harley and Miss charge. Young/, of Pontotoc, Miss., to

Jewell Carter spent Wednesday In Coming: Dec. .91, Watch Night England for many months adviseshe Lonnie W. Page, 30 acres Dec. ,
Jax shopping Service. la well but gives no Informa 10. w.

} I.. We are advised that Howard tion as to where he Is. The letter ,
Mrs. R. M. Matthews formerly TRAIN SCHEDULE! ,
'
of Mr. and Mrs J.
Norman son to R. D. Bennett brother of
stationed at Miss Elizabeth Howe daughter of Southbound
,1'y, S. Norman. U Camp
r. Vandcm, MUa. This boy was inducted Mr. and Mrs. J. A., Howe la here Johnny arrived Tuesday, Dec. 13, No. 1 (local) due Starke 11:10P. : ,

some six weeks ago at for a short visit with her parents. postmarked November' 24. This M.

landing. She will return to her home in boy, as others from Lawtey, Is No. 191 (Miami) due Starke 10:38P. :
.
*i Cocoa where Mr. Matthews Is 1 M.
no doubt fighting thousands of
..-.- -- employed on a government pro No. 107 (local) due Starke 9:50: (
I miles from home. It would be a .
A. M. ,
AUTO PARTS ject.Monroe Padgett U. S. Marine happy occasion for these boys NorthboundNo.

i GENERATORS AUTO GLASS returned to his base at Washing away from home to receive a few 2 (local) due Starke 4:46: )}

kit CASH FOR CARS AND ton D. C., where at present he is letters and cards from those they A. M. > .
TRUCKS IN ANY assigned to guard duty. Expectsa No. 192 (through) due Starke'
know back home at Xmas time. We
t' CONDITION WE BUY couple more months of this :5:28 A. M. are now in position to take care of your
v" service then across; apparentlylooks Write each and every one in the
JUNKED WRECKED No. 108 (through) due Starke holiday needs.
t I AUTOS forward to some Jap hunt- service you know, and do It now. 6:30 P. M. '. ,

f Used Autos $2a up Ing. Monroe had five days at A six cent air mail stamp anda No. 44 (through; *' reservationtrain II' .

home. dime' Xmas card will let those ) due Starke 2:01 P. M. Q See our large. selections of Xmas Cards some
HASKINSAUTO Huey Austin, son of Mr. and boys from Lawtey who are fight-
PARTS Mrs. Henry Austin returned to Ing in foreign lands, know they No. 101 leaves Starke'Starke and Bell 7' A. M. iI at 50c and $1.00 that are really beautiful. Xmas

Shelby after spending a are not forgotten. Do not watt
North of Town on Road 13 Camp No. 102 arrives Starke 1:50 P. M. tags ribbons cord seals stamps and cellophane,
week with his parents here. Huey for the families of these boys to 1
has taken on some weight and do all the remembering. It lathe '' Dally except SundayFrench colored tissue and other wrapping material.

fills his uniform like a good soldier duty of all to keep the spirit
should. of home burning In these boys. 1
Rumor 'has It that 'Fatso Bill Some of them may never see their I )] Just received a new shipment of Shakespeare

fiarrell has made It. However,' home family or friends again.
fishing reels also True Heddon
knowing William .s, we do, this The least you can do Is to remember -, Temper rods

column la dubious as to the au- them at Xmas. Those > Minnows line Al Foss
SHO EPAIRlet's .henticity! of this Information. Hadit I serving abroad at present are, \\ casting Johnson spoons,

come the first of April we James Anders Troy Loadholtz, l If baits.

would know It was a big joke. Johnny Bennett George (Fonso) i
When we are told that Bill Har- Prevatt and Sidney Shuford. The! I
rell, the Army's laziest soldier addresses of these boys. can be. Our stock of Evening in Paris gift sets Coty,

have has made Sergeant It must be obtained from their relatives or
your i Hudnut
Wrisley Elmo others are
AmericanAnd iI and
,t r from the writer of this column.Do .1 many

FALL It this week. i iI'V. Danish (\ moving fast better make your selection now and
Relief At LastForYourCough
4 FOOTWEARDAINTY avoid
i cinri'iT roi'HT. D11.4DFOUn disappointment.
,
Ii fU' :Ij'I'Y. FI.OIIIIIA ICHAN- PASTRIES ;
*
Je..e Amoa Clau FOOTWEAR Lorraine Walker Claud. Defendant.' t\ Whitman and Hollingsworth Fine Chocolates,
Cane No. 2048OFWEK I

REPAIRS>> Creomulslon) relieves promptly because AND !NOTICE OP PUBLICATION TO APPEAR Try.Our If in all sizes, also Cedar chests, and fancy boxes.
OUR SPECIALTY It; goes right to the seat of the 8TATH OF FLORIDA: Lorraine DOUGHNUTSFresh
r trouble to help loosen and expel ymljfr.. Claud who. acldr.ia I. ,
germ laden phlegm and aid nature 1. KlnnoM. Vlriclnta.
to soothe and heal raw, tender. inflamed January You are 4th.required 194S, In Co the appear above on Dally
Finest Leather Used bronchial mucous mem- named Court and wherein
branes.Tell your druggist to sell you plaintiff ...k. divorce.cause Bradford > Joch ;: Star
a bottle of Creomulslon with the understanding County Telegraph shall publl.n I J Drug
,J TheElectric you must like the way It this I..u.l .Order in nest four weekly SABINE'SBAKERY i
quickly allays the cough
or you are
Shoe Shop Wltnes my hand and official
? to have .
r your money back.GREOMULSION: seal at Florida, this NoVemher -
.keit
'+' s Across From Park Theatre (OFFICIAL 11th.8RAL l 4) A. J. Thomas 312 W. Call St., STARKE, FLORIDA
for Coughs Chest As Clerk of said Court.
Colds.Bronchitis 12-4 4t 12-21



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DFaEMBER BRADFORD COUNTY TELEORAPU: ST\RKE. FLORIDA PAGE TIIRERr.

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splits--better watch the calories 1 Many Students !I Yerkes Is Heard
) kid* -they'll be calling y'all Kate I

Ifadford Nigh Journal Smith the next thing you know. Now ServingAs [In Assembly y

Spotted quite a crowd at the mid- Observers
night show 'tother night. This Last week the student body

-- reporter had to shed her pride An the students of B. II. S responded won honored by having Rev. Fred

roRUL STAFF and dignity (and a few other to the scrap drive they Yerkes: pastor of the local F.plwopnl -
f' Idalou Davis Christmas Queen To Be Crowned things I might add if they wouldnot
,adliet Virginia SeweU FridaySenior be censored), and sit on the have also heeded the call for Church to speak to them In

Idltor( June Blow floor In the aisle. But no klddln'! observation work In the tower. assembly Mr. Yerken", took hiM

Reporter patsy Keen Biographies Junior Red Cross Voting To Stop folks It was worth every minuteto Students now serving reg u 1 a I'i I' text from the 16lh chapter of

b Alice June Harding Powell Needs Leader At 9 P. M. ; action.see me Honestly hero Ty If there Power werea In shifts are: Samuel Bethlehem God after sent Saul's Samuel death. ti!to"
Jewell
ea. Richard Ray. Alvin Crews Robert get one of Jesne' sons to bo king
At PeakOne few
Newsome Interest others like him in this
Leis Mrs.
|Ooh k eDEWITT Milton St. Peter has handed Turner. Jimmy Davis. Pat After all of the older BOnK had
Galney cold, !Bray world It would bo a
.tpbWe Eva Fay { + In her resignation aa Chair- of the most colorful eventsof better place to Jog around In. Keen, Margaret Heam, Billy Col- .. been examined by God not by
Martha Markey man of the Junior Red Cross in the 1942.43 school year will be son Comer Perrymnn' Carolyn outward appoarunce but by the

!goad Shirley Colley Starke. Since she expects to the crowning 0 f a Christmas I wonder why Clarence T. has Green, Jerome Johns, Ida Lou heart, Samuel asked If they were
Clarice Thomas I leave town very goon, she will bo so much trouble dossingditches Davis Sara Barefoot
dance Betty all. Jesse answered that there
._. Nina Bishop unable to continue her work with Queen at the sponsored by at the State Farm .- S'matter Hayes, Arline Dew, Collette the of
Features t the Junior Class l this Friday nlte. was youngest, a keeper!
ard3. Marjorie CriderEprfORIAL the Juniors. A great deal Clarence-the light Ret in your Anlce Green
of progress The event will get under way Green Belly Turner sheep. Samuel ordered David to
has been made under her promptly at 8:00: o'clock endingat eye! ? Virginia Sewell Lyle Anderson come und when he camo, he was

direction and a great many 12::00. Help Wanted-.Some Information Wanda Pearce, Judy McRue, : chosen by God and wan annotated.

things have been accomplished. aa to who Margie Reddishwas Charles Parker, Nina Bishop Mr. Yerkes reminded the students -

LIKE We will all miss her very much Composing the receiving line slipping down the hall with Ralph Alvarez, Marjorie C''ldel'! that as wo approach thin
,E.\RS but those things do will be the Junior Officers: President Wednesday. Ah me the 'old Freddie
little happen. Wimberly, Walter King. Christmas time we should not
like a
.,?, nothing When Mrs St. Peter leaves the -Billy Colson. Vice-president (puppy) lovebug has caught a Elise Gieen think of just gifts, Christmas

ion to create new Inter- Junior Red Cross will need anew -Wayne Sargent, Secretary few kids around hero lately.. So Beginners and substitutes In trees, and what Santa Claus

lad arouse school spirit. chairman. Surely there is Phyllis Hazen, Treasurer Marjorie D" -Ware, Students, It might bite regular shifts: might bring. He reminded! UN
( Davis and several teachers,
has become evident CRAWFORD I someone In town who can you any day now. : that Christmas is observed an the
what spare as follows: Mr. and Mrs. Shl Earnest Noegcl CV. Colson
during the whole course Dewitt Crawford, an illustrious one afternoon each week for such Smith Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Ep- Me reporters tell me that'Mary Herbert Green Hazel I Fields I greatest of all Gifts, the birth of

contest iii to determine who senior 5' 7" tall, weight 140 Iba., a worthy cause. Let's have some person Lt. and Mrs. Ball Mrs. Jo Caldwell Is walking around in Gloria Cooper, Robert Lappr, our Lord Jesuit Chl'lat. We should,

)bo the BHS ChristmasWhile has brown hair and blue eyes. He more cooperation. Come on down Dowling Mrs. Wainwright our a iaze. It couldn't have beenl"toy's Francis No Kel, Virginia Stanley thank God for his wonderful and!

w It la true that each was born Feb. 9, 1923 In Starke. and help us. Junior sponsors, land' Usa Stump visit here on furlough, John Anderson, Warren Winkler, unspenkabUi gift r
Its Soon however he moved to M. G. couid It, M. J. ? ,
I determined to have Risingto the Senior sponsor Chester McKInney. Carolyn Roan, t'\I.I. roil nine ,
begin his life a school 1':,: KIIII pi Mrn: t\i K:ti IPEY'1'
Kititiva! win and thus claim as boy. H/clyn wall thrilled through Ray Purker. Don Piitray, Robert g't'I'SIIKI.
Voting for the candidate will
)poor for the class it la also He finished eight grades there Fight On T. B. end at 9:00: o'clock. Positively no and through last week. Seems Sanberan, Bobble KJwurtls, Betty It. I" W. llorkpl:. KI.OKII No.l 1"1., M-3IB ;Ili I:
has been carried on and came back t 0 Starke. It like she received a letter from jean Hyatt, George Oliver, Raymond to
it
4,1 Aided votes will be after the
By BHS accepted Sealed lililn for furnlnMnir u Fire'
friendly like manner. seems if a person ever moves and have Ralph N that had something Hall, L II o Cooper Gene "'"11'1'' uml \Kiiitlpmwnt In and for 7
fry deadline
m please try
has the privilege of from BHS he nearly always' Stamp PurchasesThe rather special In It Capo Ihu: CMv I fir Htitrkn, Florida;;: will l.reectlvHil l.. ,
Rodent your votes In on time The votes by the I'Mlv found; nt the
for the one of his choice cornea back. Dewitt was no exception. will be counted Friday morning/ The Book-of-the-Week-Dept. -. Others are needed and persona :City < >rrle 'H 111 Hturke, Florida IIntil
health of a two (S:00) I*. M, K. W. 'il oilMonilnr.
there is nothing Imperative community can school, this will be the last count- Snooper recommends "Gentlemen who can take responsibility are .

tit That was the way we As an easy-going boy and a be bought with dollars and cents. Ing until the dance Friday night. Aren't Sissies"Subjects!" discussed desired.' If you aien't a regular II.. 15, ..lit..... .

I it and that was the way 1 very quiet person, Dewitt likes: By this we mean that If a person Queen To He Crowned are-How a boy should approach observer why don't you offer your oil hldN and ..

Slit Our students are not I quiet people good books, good does his bit, however small it may Her majesty will bo crowned a girl (believe me, a few "ervlct'1now? If you were being ...'. \

Mw-min
I n seriously as to become fussy people and rainy days. ceasing drive to protect and preserve -i 10:30.: Mr. Smith, our principal, bit of Information), whether 01 patriotic i enough to your countryand and '
or peeved at any other Dewitt's future will depend Its citizens from diseases, not you should pitch a little woo yourself to do one of the the I '' .
f will have the honor of presentingto Hlitrki "
111 who perhaps are not.vng somewhat on the condition of the the total of those affected wouldbe Christmas on the first date and If you area things which will promote the nr '"" .. '
her the
Majesty
their candidate. There world at large. He Intends to( en- greatly decreased. I' Bashful Bitty how to becomea war effort ? Some are doing their Firm ..f
Crown. Her Maids of Honor will and HlllH,
|wy definite spirit of frlend- ter some place of business as a Since tuberculosis is one of the be the other three candidates Forward Flossie. Butter make part are YOIl"f I n IT. .hu. .

and consideration which is defense worker. Not only does most feared and destructive of all who are In the race, The follow- reservations ahead of time kids, ::. L. H e sent*>plrH: i>f h;[ ; ': : t

)ro even to( a stranger and he Intend to do( this from a profIt diseases, it Is only right hat InK girl are the candidates. for cause the faculty has It for the I piiymnnt l '

Ikr It be an election to de- motive but also from a patriotic thero should be a camp algn Christmas Queen, for the Seniors next two months already Dramatics ClubThe I linn nil'n nf .

e i queen or merely class one as well. against It. The battle la not a -Gloria Buford, the Juniors It any of you kids happen to IIIIVB "..... "

.1 recitation this will never We know that he will accomplish doctor's affair. It does not even -Marjorie Davis, the SophomoresLora bump Into Oiu bt. Nick while club Is being organized! to the Thii right'.. '

nil typical of BHS and we : all of his undertakings for belong to one person. It IM the Crews, the Freshmen t'Klppm' around and about 1 wish create spontaneity and willingnesson lea In, or U2&i

Ijroud of It. We would much he bas proven himself to be a duty of the entire public to Lorene Moncrlrf. So far the can you would tell him to give OIl the part of (the student to better liv .u:ash'..' .

|tr be like one big happy I I master of his scholastic activitiesand assume responsibility when they didate of the Freshman class has Snoop a few priorities for Xmas.Ueitm' otirnk: ni II: : :
: :
his and acting abilities .
speaking i-f fl F r 1
Ij who have disagreements. a real credit to his school.DORIS buy and use Christmas bonds and the lead with 3285: votes the to wnere a fella can Mil un it

|lilt In the long run those seals. The bonds that we, the Junior candidate Is right back of hardly move without having to In a world which requires der. :If 1 : ; I : ::

pthat! count like loyalty and students, bought will help Just her with 2459, the Sophomore nee Ins ration board first Home: everyone to bi able to have u certain lar within Uuyn t

mess and even friendship that much to tighten the control i with 2102, end the Senior candi- of the Cutles of the Campus amount of Influence throughthe iclven nf.
over this dreaded don't like it because written '
unstirred and forever 4"'AOIrfil1 evil. When we date with 191l exactly Uncle spoken word. HtnrUi', ''
contributed our little bit we Sammy: him priority on all the the 1 :'' : ;
The Armory will be decorated We will endeavor to do this by ronniinrr
I. L. D. bought protection from tubercu- A-I lads Doesn't seem to worry .
losis. with a huge Christmas tree l'at, Arline or Freddie! (my mistake giving each member an OPlOI'tunlty tired CUT nt/** .. ;
mistletoe and holly. Music will
We to
to plan
We ---Kieddle Is a little worried participate. Hurt 1.1.
started our drive last
Pop, Jr. be furnished by records, and If give a number of one-act plays, :No
and at the close we had wel'k.1 about a certain whall I say futurefumed .
will have hid >
we are lucky we our directed by ftuilent with the helpof
k Editor: the grand sum of $22.45. Marine) but aa I WOK the Auto |
home town band. t the club sponsors, Mr, Rooks of
sayln' I saw them rldln around,
t freshman was Ralph Dud- students responded fairly well 1
few rules .
Of course a go along and M.... Bull. City
tpingto! date last week 7Jealous. I considering the Red Cross Drive i with a school dance. The names with some of those liars (gold) II. liy: Curl
I
Just a few days before. While I In to tother nite. Seems as they uietuklu' ti-ll at ,
be -
of dates must given -- -- ---------- -
any -- ---
this was good It was not at all a the dance committee by the advantage of Uncle Suin-

Jealous: Just showing for our school. Tle I Thursday before the Friday of my'tf Lade in Khaki. That's the .

|'freckled-faced girl with Li I highest amount contributed ay 'i the dance. This, of course, H only way to solve your love problems we i

.up nose and her name I one group was $3.00 from the only for those who are not from these days and times girls

It with B. I think you can ninth grade boys. We wish to the school. You"are also expected Take It from me Ladles and oi S I

pfrom this description. I thank everyone for his or her I to stay at the dance until Gents (am I klddln') there's real

Editor. contribution and we feel that we It Is over. ly gain' to be a Super Duper

EJltor ner well know the Importance of thin I Come one, come all boys! Mistletoe Blowout up nt the Christmas 4
drive. While the drive at schoolIs will be hung appropriate Dance Friday nlte. Yes three ole

rave a definite place in my I over there Is still one taking I places. And If you boys don't Snoop It really gonna have one

for all red-headed men but place over town and if some student -: know this old tradition come on wonderful time-but you had bet 11

i wins How to be a shortage of still wishes to contribute It i| and find out. There will be plenty ter watch yourselves I'll have my

do you make rod- will be greatly appreciated T. of girls. There l Is no admission, eyes on each and every one nt
>'d d I
men notice you and where + B. bonds will be purchased, with jit; I 11 all on the Junior class and

p ry most plentiful? the money that the school raised I. each and every one of you Is you.Joke of the wnek-P. W. andS 1' <\

Wondering. I I cordially Invited to attend this K.--Ha! Ha! Keep guusam

afoot understand love Home EC. GleaningsWe I ChrlnlmiiH danru and I BOO the kiddies maybe some lucky day
nd-headed your Christmas Queen crowned. you will find out who these two
men. Experience were to have had our skirts, olegllng Gerties are.

1 taught tempera me(No that offense they to have Mr. i CKOS11V dresses, and Jumpers completed Ima Snooper Seems aa two Sad Sadies are
by but due the lack of
Friday to
> But If you still Insist) On January 9, 1026 an Impor- still sick over their mishap tother
machines, which we now have, we What'w tickln'. Chicken? 1I0w'y'aU's
I red-head they're plentiful tant person was born In Starke. nlte. Nina B. and Bobble Came-
[ hope to have them completed by blood ? Mine IM
e blue Is pressure ron were In local telephone office
army, but beware! They Doris hail brown hair, eyes
d to Uncle Sam. To make :5' 2" tall and weighs 125. Wednesday Mrs. McRae left u.:< slightly up a few points (Christmas cuastn and II I I a c unnln'! t motaly

i notice you. try being nat- At a very early age she movedto Friday afternoon for Meridian, .. you know), cussln') Bruce (Khaki Wacky)
New River where she began Miss., where she la to spend her Tho feminine hearts were nil Cabot. Their much disagreeable
holidays. We're happy to have flutter tother day when the
Kdltor. her school life. After completing a conversation wan Interrupted bya
Mrs. Thorn as her substitute. It does at B. H. S.)
new sprang ( wished
the 8th grade there, she came to gent who to put througha
} Editor: Starke to Join us. Really and truly, it's a pleasure.We out that a movie star was at call. Later these two Emaci-

yam I the center of atten- Doris likes: horse racing, basketball hope that Mrs. McRae has a Camp UUndlng-none other than ated Emmas: found out It wan
to very enjoyable visit home. We Mr. Bruce Cabot. Of course, he movlo
than the
J history class? Why does football, horseback rid- none other great
know she will though. Isn't exactly my type (he's more
fetch lad himself.
look at me when any- ing Home EC., and letters from
Happens It's funny to s*_ of the square, pale, and wrinkled Just can't make mind
? Can I help It If Key West. You should have been up my
Betty Hazen dashin' around to ), but Just think whohe'n .
me Christmas
for Queen.It
type vote
es rare of little letter that she received who to
sense humor? the cute _
trying to find where her needles with in 7 .&.
played around sunny be that Gloria
e tell few might gorgeous
me how to settle from there a days &
kl
''and earn walked off to. balmy (I must be klddln') Cali B. or maybe demure Marjorie I). I / v
some grades.
p't editor, I'm serious.A ago.Her dislikes are numerous but Pansy and Clarice wondering fornia. What say girls we go Then again It could be that sweet
not outnumber her likes. what to do next on their dro ees. out and let him talk to ua on Lora Crews or cute Lorene M.
"laffln" lassie. do
they Half the finished and the ExFarmGirl
the distasteful to girls "What Every Young Mo mind's all In a whirl. Certainly -
things
Among other half working like everything Movie Star-To-Be (that'sus won't
You
(
"Iatfln' is disguatapatln'- Y
lassie: Doris are: Rainy days, garlic
doa'> ) Should Know," lie's probably find that In Mr. Webster's little
know riding the bus
but
I'm Inclined'Ulk stuck people, l'/
up
Our style show won't be until ,, heard a little, wen quite a bit, book XlW1N 1
)
that (No reference I
you talk too much and red-haired boys.
after Christmas I Just heard. and knows everything (that'lworth Well comb down me hair and
age other than history. Try to Mr. Rooks she says). ,
So long but won't tell us
knowing) ain't
call me Veronica If the bell
s your lesson she plans to
; you cannot After graduation
1.De how romantic to Jacksonville to study to be Garnita little Inexperienced (that's what wringing already. Must hurry and
history can
Even the war of 1812 had its go a beautician. After she finishesher Attention SeniorsHow you thlnk-de-da-de-da-da) school see if they've lifted the priorityoff YOU'RE going to see that home- /
Points girls anything.That me toothbrush. See ye In the
safelygo
I think I can
course % for-Christmas look on a
about getting In there and reminds me kids -- if many
looks. next /
to her to Improve my I
Editor' We know that she will enjoy rooting for Gloria? Don't fall you've had any stage experience, -Snooper young man in uniform this year.

I': ''" the matter with I tty the fruits of success if she ap- down on the Job and let those are interested In stage work or a Let's help him get there!

lookunis? He Just my never plies herself as diligently as she Freshmen get ahead! Gloria would If you Just want ,to belong toBumpln' Band .Members With travel facilities taxed to the t
to make a good queen no how about don't forget to( Join the
Sore'see Poor his Itty bitty baby does at school.I dropping your spare change In the Dramatics Club Just! being or- Will Be GradedBand / limit, and the usual holiday RUSH

) itty me I'm' Justme box for her? ganized In Bradford High-it's % swinging in-what more generous

as I can be. I I l Another Appeal The Seniors in English have quite the stuff, they tell me. Of members will now be gesture could we make than to
,
Cuddle. been making three- minute course, this 'ole newsgal won't graded every month. Every
I' ? We __, offer "our holiday seat" to these
news
Cuddle How about some speeches. Believe it or not, Mr. have anything to worry about. Incase member must take at least one /
be your: I(II keep saying that over and over Rooks said. they were good (However you haven't heard and you private lesson a week to receivea camp-seasoned soldiers sailors and

.tlike itty bitty snookuma again and as yet with very little confidentially don't think prooably haven't I'm a regular grade. At the end of the year, marines. We can take our own trip

t child to hear you talk like I I results. How can we print school the anyone got an AI) The subject of Bette (Just call me "Booby") one-half credit will be given all later when the situation eases.

better. who doesn't know news that goes on In the most of the speeches were about Davis. Just can't wait to hear those completing their year'swork.
Cut the "cuddle do not give us any? You So stir speed the boys off to
if you of laughter t-
!'y to the war or some country In the the sound of the ringing they
,.'Igence.act with a little talk"l I were either elected or appointed war. They were all interesting. and applause (if I ever man- The Band was honored In hav- home fires for Christmas.

If He'll be coming I| to take care of the news from Keep it up, girls and maybe you'llbe age to get some) In my ears Ah- ing Mr. Smith speak to Its mem- 4 need it most. Cive them a bruit..
you do that.Highlight.. your class and that Is not merelya back to me day bers last week He reminded us /
an orator some day. Incidentally dear! take me and a boost. and a seat for ourcountry's
Editor. job In which you act In name "Cassfe'aCorny should take advantage of
we have to make another one in the revues such as that we '
onI'. You have a definite responsibility this. week. Cutles" or Bertie's Bashful our opportunities. lie explainedto q'/ morale.

lIt and if you do not fulfill -, B. Biddies." Yes, those were certainly u* that musicians have a lan- // .w

your' duties you are letting your the good ole days. guage, all .of their own, they are .

.ninth grade boys were able class down. Class room activity Belles of Bradford High were able to express their feelings. He r Union! Bus Station
y 1
that! each boy had con- lt very important and has a definite 10-G NewsThe quite excited last week becauseof made many Inspiring and uplift 2/ 1
tel
',n I to I the Tuberculosia Asso-I..1 I place in our paper. So let'sget officers were elected for the x-raying being done. Someof ing statements but the moat Inspiring \a' U\CY C'ONVV.IV.RfM: /

by Purchasing a Danglecontributing to work and hand In the news. are Ar- the Juniors (and Seniors, too of all woo the statementthat I /
eePedallY was 1 The News Box Is still In the hall the class program.Hazel They Green and I might add) were quite frightened he asked every Band memberto Ir / / Temple ,\\r. I'hone InIt
line Dew, Betty
Stirs r who gave $1.23. From I and at your disposal. This Is Allene Kelly. Thy are In chargeof but I assured them there take as his motto "I will study r I / v S}

too room almost a total everybody' paper and It Is every- the each day. wall nothing to worry about and get ready and prepare and
was raised. body's Job to see that the news program after picked me off the maybe my chance will come."
l RE- We had a, meet -g Friday morn- ( they
Wlahe IT
to our faculty and get in. HOW ABOUT and elected Lora Crews as floor and revived me). -
mate for PORTERS Ima Snooper wants Ing 8 ; flea BrwlturdCounty !I
a Merry Christ- tbeChrlstmawteen.! We are Spotted and Jotted-Two cutlesIn Office a p '
some dope too. How about a hoping that she vlns Carpenters eating huge banana Te'PJrrapb.

Bob Turner. note today

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FOUR BRADFORO COUNTY 'KLfCGIlAPII., 8TARKK. FLORIUA FRlri\.V, DECF1iBEB:
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Children's PartyThe Mw. H. A. Bishop, Mrs W. C. I Mrs. S. D. Phillips and daughter Mrs P. M.

.t\1t,\ .. SOCIETY and CLUBS Powell) and Mls Nina Bishop Sue lien, will spend this weekend Barefoot Mi,8ea Baretoot Iqa

Woman's: Service Organization spent Wednesday shopping jn I, in Tallahassee visiting Mr. and'Freddie Wlmboorly Carolyn

of the USO will sponsor a Jacksonville. Phillips. nesday iafi pent
/ Styron-Lawrenee I New Supervisors Fellowship Class children's party Sunday after- JackltonvlIl&
f> .
MlH Thelma Lawrence, of Honored At PartyAt Ha. Christmas PartyThe noon from four to six at the USO ... ,_
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ti ,'i Moorebead City N. C., became the the close of a two-weeks' Fellowship Class of the building The party will be given ALWAYS A

bride of Pfc. Hugh Styron, of training court for four new supervisors Methodist church school gave a for the entertainment ot the soldiers 1- WELCOME GIFT DOLLS! DOLLS( !
Atlantic N. C.. In a ceremony lovely Christmas party Tuesday and children under 12 DOLLS!
office of
for the local
performed in the Baptist Church evening in the recreational build- years of age will furnish the program ClothingRobes
Saturday night, Dec. 5, at 8 0'- the Southern Bell Telephone Com- Ing next to the church. There will be a Christmastree F

a e clock by the Rev A E. Light- pany, and In bohor of its super- The long table gay with Christ and Santa Claus will distribute -

j }Qd? foot, pastor. visors "pa t. present and future." mas decorations, was centered bya gifts to the children. Mrs. \ Q
j..! ? T, The traditional wedding marches R. A. Green is chairman of the
andHarry's small Christmas
at Ann tree and red
dinner was given
a r.i
Mrs. I.. A. Canova
f were played by committee from the Woman's ;
c
candles in stal candelabrawere
cry
i c and the church was beautifully last Friday night.In Service Organization. i
placed at intervals on the L1f'
4i decorated with gladioli and white addition to the teacher, Mrs .
table. Trailing vines and red ber-
jt candelabra Two solos were sung the honorees were: Christmas 1 1r .
V. Glidewell. Tea DanceOn
L. 4 rise were also used to advantage.At 1I r
+ by John Powell accompanied byMrs.
l\ Miss Nora Anderson loaner supervisor eight o'clock a tempting -
'' supper I
h, "Because, by D'-
Canova-
f Friday afternoon, December a
t of
;
t who left the employ was) served buffet style the (I 1
ardelot, and "1 love you truly", 25, the! Woman's Service Organization -
the Company Sunday to enter committee In charge of thin de-I I
by Bond Handel's "Largo" .-was I the WAVES; four, new uperworsMlse' lightful affair being Mr. and of the USO will give a .. : -
j during. the ceremony.Tne '
played 'Waftham of tea-dance for the entertainment
'Ruby Mm. Fred GuyMisses Abble Harley .
t1'u bride was dressed In light of the soldiers. The hours will
miss Dorothy
Beach and
West Palm ; Elizabeth Joiner
blue with navy accessories, and Miss. Mar- be from four to six o'clock (
carried,a white satin prayer book Howes of Gainesville; The Rev. G. C. Powell, pastor -
Ian Brown of St. Augustine; and of the In of
covered with white gladioli. Mrs. church was charge
1 if Parker of Starke; Miss Nora Anderson, former
+ Miss Jeanette amusements for the and
of honor, evening
R. V. Floyd matron
Service Observer, Miss E 11 e en Southern Bell supervisor, reported $4.95Underwear '"
wore a dress of pink, with navy Wails Mrs. merry games and contests were at Navy headquarters in Jack- .
Miss Ruby ;
k of Hartley; enjoyed. Later in the evening '
> accessories, and a corsage Mrs.. Edith sonville Sunday'afternoon, and "
'p, white t button chrysanthemums Myrtle Ortagus; games and contests were enjoyed, ;
and along with 12 other young women
i chief I operator;
1 Pvt. Roland V Boyd was best Cameron clerk. and there was a distribution of left the same day for Cedar 4,
Miss Edna Hamerly each of the 24
+ n gifts guests being
( man.
t Falls Iowa, to enter the State it
j After the wedding a lovely remembered by Santa Claus. Teachers' College for a course of
Birth Announcement: ..
rr'f supper at the Guidon Grill was The president of the Fellowship study before becoming I full- b
'
) (> > enjoyed by Mr. and Mrs. Styron Major and Mrs. Ben Stern- Class Is Mrs. D. p Carpenter fledged "WAVES." I'
Y1 and members of their bridal party berg announce the birth of a son and she Is assisted by Fred :;
t -Pvt. and Mrs. R. V Boyd. Pvt. Tuesday, Dec. 15. Major Guy W H. Nollman Mrs. Grace Mrs. Carrie Ingram has been
y 1l, and Mrs. Mic h a e 1 Rosenbaum, on Sternberg Is now In north Africa Wainwright and Rev. G. C. Powell given a clerkship at Jhe Health HUNDREDS OF THEM!

Staff Sergeant and Mrs. Ross while his wife Is with her par who each teach the class one Center under the sponsorship of
Williams.Mr. Sunday in the month. the
WPA.
1 I ents in New York. :: All Types All
and Mrs. Styron will reside Sizes
a at 409 East Jackson street
'I while the former Is stationed at W. S. C. S. To Meet Ii ..

R'It + Camp Blanding.. The Woman's Society of Chris- Carolyn Callstreet ; GENUINE ROLLFAST
I
tian Service of the Methodist
y Pvt. Bernard Mlllls and his church will meet Monday after- .. t ROLLER SKATES __ _,_ $1.9
'u j wife, who Is secretary at the noon, at 3:30 o'clock at the
I' USO-YWCA. will leave Saturday chw'eh. Business and program Writ, folks Here we go And The Minor: Ben Sternbergand 50c Per Garment .

u for a 10-day furlough-vacation to' meeting. Circle ''Three will have again Poised on the brink wife have been heir-raided,
their home in Philadelphia, Pa. charge! of the program. of another gala Christmas season I effective aa of Dec. 22 Suspense r AUTOMOBILESPOTLIGHTS

'4 Y Y an' the first plunge will come to- must have been terrible '_._ -____ $10.9
r'"
morrow night when the Christ Indeed for Ben ,who's commandIng :

mae Queen is crowned to be troops in N. Africa several ; .
monarch of all she surveysforone thousand mlles> I from the scene

OUR STORE brief evening at least of t the blessed event Re- KIDDIES
Tip to Juniors, Sophs an' Fresh: cently wrote home sayln' If he
Look out for dirty work at the didn't: hear sumpln' by Dec. 25 ; WAGONS ._:_____ $1.98u
WILL BE deadline! Hear the Subver- he was gonna start passin' out
CLOSED sive Seniors are holdln out votes cigars? anyway Add people "
sumpln awful Course it's all we'll miss: Rita an' Lou (NCCS)

In the spirit of good clean fun, Reilly Latter will be an ensign AIR RIFLES __ __ __ _, $1.65 uj
DEC. 25 & 26 so here's to the winner-be she in the Navy by the last of

t'a'!, saint or sinner! December '. Hear tbooe stalwart x "
i} ex-BHS athletes Garland

,:i We Wish to Extend to Our Friends beautifully Other Xmas. ,portion. Our shaping own Mike up, made Godwin the an' Leltel'man's J. E. Denmark Club, have at Leather Jackets DOLL CRIBS __ _' $1.1

E' Our Sincere Gratitude for Their Dew, who sailed on the York- Emory at Oxford, a coveted honoron From "
1' the .
(' Cooperation in The Past will town be and honor lived guest to tell at the a NCCS tale Em'ry .campus..:..- $5.95 s XMAS GREETING CARDS

vl dance Dec 29 Mike's a 1st Spotted an' Jotted: Carolyn to r
4 69c Per Dozen
Green Xmas
class fireman now, so if you ehoppln' for that
Store Will Be Open As want any good fires built during certain some one *, Kate Struth $11.50 t1.
Usual the holidays, you know who to dittoin' for her 32 Sunday School 1
Monday, Dec. 28 cull on Fran Opperman an* charges Mina Grady boatessin fi
Aline Limler doin at"a theatre1' party for 100 4 "
their bit to
fill up' the social 'calendar by khakllade la*' week Jack 1. # fiI I EASTERN AUTO SUPPLYSTARKE
plannln' a beautiful "at home Marvin stretchln' his arms to
Merry Christmas Sunday afternoon Such around show the size :of that deer he Jc9.9
of revelry call for plentyof shot las' week ,t. The intrepid ? STARKE, FLORIDA
,
Marlua Rlsley! experimenting by
new glad rags, or course, andI '
y ,t tCa hear Freddie Wlmbeily has fortified placing a Grace Moore classicalon I
herself with a tricky blackan' the NCCS Jook box in com-
petition with 2:1'"jive discs r
white evenln' that
Is
gown
SISTRUNK FEED & SEED CO. quite an eye-catcher Anybody Much to his surprise, the boys
know where I could find one actually played,{the thing! ., ti
Mable Saye Alice Martin an' Vir-
that would be a good stag-
Starke, Florida catcher? ginia McBrldo, trio of attractive SALE
I Army wives, scourlrT Call St. for
i articles (an' cash) to help fill
Tidbit come all the way from those Red Cross kit bags .
Fort Bragg concernln' the In- This
Just another instance :where newcomers -
tere tln' marriage of MarJ Ste- assume( the obligationwhen Beautiful i
phens (ex-Starkeite) to Lt. James localltea fall down on the ''
Brooks (Air Corps) Carson Job Many. thanks girls New HomeOpen fc
Hear that (for good luck) the r
bride wore a pair of' exquisitely Hear key Brownlee an' Marthaan' r-
i sheer nylon hose that For Q r
were a Earl Johnspn set a new mara-
special gift from the presidentof thon record In train waltln tother InspectionAny i

a hosiery company upon the night i ; Went to Jax Sunday .., 1.
occasion of her mother's (Evelyn peeyem to meet Jimmy, who was
t Stephens Kendrick) marriage less due to arrive from Seattle at a Afternoon -

j ''F PROGRAM OF WEEK than three months ago MarJ decent hour, but the train llidn'tactually West
BEGINNING SUNDAY, DEC. and the "in
20TII Lt. will live Fort pull in till 6 o'clock South St. "
,Myers where he's stationed -
Tuesday mornln' Makes me In The t r
p Sunday Monday Add euphonious names: Sulo E. ; .t ,
TiMMMluy, Dec. 20 21 -'22 yawn Jus' to think about it .
Juuaola, tag-line of an 8th Oban. An' speak In' of yawn In', guess I'll Pearce
i "THIS ABOVE ALL" Bn. khakilad at Blanding plgn off an' get a good night's SubdivisionConirnient
Been 'runnin'*through my bead ,pleep Sumpln' tells methere's
;, With Tyrone Power Joan Fontaine ever since I heard it '. ''Wish floor
gonna be a lot of winks plan. Two bedrooms, livlnjr-dlnl room scientific kitchen bath launilrjf.titchert .
"WINGS OF DEFENCE" LATEST WAR NEWS: someone would set it to music lost between now and Jan. 1 garage Ideal I location. Mot modern equipment, Crane fixture, hardwood rloe>..'.. au woi
.
:: i, .So. .long See you In the nextcarolyn. beat (aim' fireplace' ), attic fan. FILL loan make financing ea;.y. HIM been occupied<< only 8 f

r Wednesday Thursday, Dec. 23 :24 Another TOM of The Major month by the owners, Mr. and Mr*. Robt. B. pear Cull for an Inspection any afternoon.

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tills, BITS of LOCAL NEWS Lt L. H. Jennings spent the I Mrs. J. W. Andrews and Miss----v: RISING I Worthy Lewis, who la till very
r I week-end with 1 :hU family In !: Jacqueline Andrews!! spent Friday 111.
,
:Mr
/n n Starke. He has been transferred i In Jacksonville kdure onwm Robert Norman of Jacksonville!

em of Sparuwis Corporal and Mrs. R. H. Ball Mr. from Moody Field Valdosta, Ga., Mrs. R J. Davis and and Mrs. Earnle Norman spent last weekend with h t It
sun Clark and Mrs. Milton St. Peter to Randolph Field, San Antonio i> Idalou and MarjorIe Davis .. of Gainesville were mother Mm. J. E. Norman and
at the home] recently spent a 7-day furloughat have an their Texas. Is
living guests Mrs. St. There strong prob-
S.C. i Friday In Jacksonville. Mr. Norman's mother brother Eddie Normaneverybody ,
-- Mrs. L. F. Smith the former's home In Williams- Peter's father. W. E. Holland, ability that_ he will become Iisurgl"on' K Norman
and and her i Mrs. F. M. Barefoot Mrs L. Sunday. (" enjoyed u n othergood
sister :Mrs I
,
R. o. Hol "flight
at The I
yrhusband w stationed burg Ky. stay or Mrs. Ball land, and Green and son, Archie and \ J.1. and Mrs. Eddie Norman service at f'orlnth Church
children, Irene Mary Mrs J. W. Kelly: and smlllcJaughtt'r
: I
was prolonged because
3 la d1ng. of an at. ana Billy, nil of S. D. Pit 111 Ips and daughter, wore visit I I n g In Sunday by the Rev. Ch.tffin ".rU.'lIevlt'w.
tack f Chicago, HI.CRYSTAL Judy are visiting: In
0
pneumonia.
smith and Ms room- CorporalBall ellen vltdted I' M. Barefoot sU-1 Sunday afternoon .

Ip, of F. Mark Morgan has been at Camp Blanding tried and trim C LKAK cleaning I Jacksonville.Mr p. Grace Ensign District I Riverside Hospital In I and Mrs. Will Lewis of I Mr. and Mrs Ed.1: >e Norman
two and Is
the weekend years at the station tailoring at tbe vllle Sunday afternoon. i I II I
pent larkf'lnndlng/ Tiillor Home Supervisor, and Marvls n. were called to the bod- anti family were shopping m
:Df'/ and Mrs. hospital, while Mrs. Ball has (opposite I
II' parrots LeOnard, Mr. has been been for the past six months an Park Tlwutrv.The ; Roberts, District" Farm Supervisor | business Mrs. Myrtle Buckholts was'I' Mr. Lewis' mother Mre Gainesville Saturday
visitor to
laltb since June, hayprduated employe at Canova's Walgreen : following persons, who have of the Farm Security AdmInistration Monday.
I
university Agency. She Is from Live Oak. I been living at the home with offices In
BHS last of Mr.
from and Mrs. Gainesville, were visiting the local 1 Mrs. Mildred McCrae left Friday SAFETY; COMFORT: AND J.CONOImD.; :' ..
end of the presJIIIIIIler. Miss Ruby Lilley, who has been J. M. Brownlee have re- '
the for two weeks' visit
office u
At in the 'Courthouse this
wUl have had teaching in Quincy, will arrive turned to their respective homes, :
he Mrs. week. I relatives In Meridian, Miss. }.Irll.McCrae FLORIDA MOTOR LINE BUSSES
here tomorrow to spend the holi- John Bechtel of Reading
heat's military trainIng. Samuel Goldman of the Is home economics Instructor
Victory
turned 18 tool! days with her brother-in-law and Pa., Mrs. Floyd Yearick of Wllllamstown. :
Mss* just > Military Supplies has a* his at B. H. S. COURTEOUS CORRECT INFORMATION
guest I
military train- sister, Mr. and Mrs. Titus Olson. Pa., and Mrs. Jack ..
don to bis Floato of Plttuburg. his daughter, Mrs.- Bertha Hertz, Rev. and Mrs. A. f Lightfoot PLEASE IMIONE 117
taking 30 hours Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Scott have Pa. Their ;
II II also soldier and'her two children from Jamaica spent Tuesday afternoon In Jack ....
training. moved from Starke to Jackson husbands* have gone to -.-- ........ -
I .ad vacatlona Fort Sill, Okla. ( Long Island,+iN: Y. She will sonville. Tuesday night theyheard
Jewell Carter was shops ville.Mrs. be In Starke for a 'month, and Is The Messiah" which UNION BUS STATIONLACY
Jacksonville Wed 8sday. I Jim Mott, Bonnie and Miss Caudle Hazen, who Is astudl'nt 'I helping out In the store duringthe presented by the USO Clubs
perry was a business John Mott spent Sunday in Ral- at Blue Mountain Collegein Christmas rush. Other new. Jacksonville CONWAY, Agent
Wednes- ford with Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Mississippi, will spend the
Jacksonville to Starke who
assist
comers are
to Enos Jr. of Jacksonville
Hayes ,
Christmas Ave Starke Florida
Rahn.VAUGHAN'S holidays at her home ,
near Starke. ing Mr. Goldman are Mrs.. Barbara -I spent the weekend here

Brown, of Bcar port, Maine,! hte parents, Mr. and Mrs. E.
Mm. n. A. Pope Jr., of Auburn, wife of Pvt. Harry Brown stationed Hayes.Bill .
Ala., and Andrew Z. Adkins, Jr., at Camp. Blending; Mrs.
CASTLE LUNCH who is a student at the Citadel in Brown spent the -
Mildred Coin of Sunnyville. Calif.,
..... ..- visiting In Plant City.
Charleston. S. C..
are expected to wife of Pvt. Joe Coin; and Mrs.
Mrs. A, E. McKlnney and son.EvlJrett
.
-; arrive here tomorrow to spend Clara Miller, of Salem, 111., wife
Good Eats the holidays with their parents of Corp. HaroldWesley Miller. spent Tuesday In Jacksonville.
.
Jud e and Mrs. A. Z. Adkins. Oliver AsplnwAll Jr., will arrive rw
Mrs. E. M. Rooks and Mrs. A 9&0V.K BOND l'Oo4'1'$31.10. : :- A w
atReasonable here today from Miami to,
I Hamilton Ritch of Gainesville spend the holt days with his.I LIKES: A I>.\NI>Y XI.I .':-

were here Friday visiting friends mother, Mrs. Oliver Asplnwall, U.'T.-Flt.:1): fo'. STVM1': I"O T11.
Prices and relatives. and his grandparents. Mr. and I :-\Tlt.)'

Mrs. O. L. Beasley and sister Mrs. T. S. Williams. Miss Peggy Perry, daughter
201 Temple Avenue Mrs. J. W. Klncaid, returned Floyd Green and his daughter I Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Perry

Wednesday from Tampa where Collette, and Corley Johns were Starke, Is a. Sophomore at Southern
they were with their parents, Mr. doer hunting in the Ocala Na- College in Lakeland and
and Mrs. A. C. Durden, who cele- tional Forest last woek-end Mr spend the holidays hero with
-. ---- .: brated their golden wedding ,
an- Johns got a buck and they planto parents.
1,9 Phone nive[nary on Tueitday. !' go again this weekend.Our I Pvt. N. Wainwright, Jr.
96 ----I. I Miss Gayle Sewell, a student at' store will lx closed !><'-, who 10 attending the Air They Make Exciting Presents!
1 the F. S. C. W. at Tallahassee, cemher 23 and 26. SLstrunk Feed Technical Training School I

is spending the Christmas holidays aye; s lCo. Miami Beach arrived about the nicest gift you can think of-beautiful
here with her parents, Mr. The Misses Betty June and night to spend the holidays t

)h9 A GIFT FORYOURSELF I und Mrs. W. B. Sewell. Catharine Noll man will arrive Sat- his parents, Mr. and Mrs N. 1> : moth-proof and dust-prarf-a gorgeous! Christ:
Mr. and Mrs. Earl H. Johnson, urday night to spend the holidays WaInwrIght, Sr. ,IY
C who have been living at Kings- with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Myrlck who bus present for !Mother, Wife, or Sweetheart! ),
ley Lake in the A.- J. Thomas )
W. H. Nollman. Belly Jane is for the lard six weeks
cottage, have moved in to be with
coming from Jacksonville where at Tyndall Air Field, ''
Mrs. Johnson's parents Mr. and che! is teaching, and Catharine ssy WalnutVrrwrt
New is furlough
Beauty City, spending a 14-day
Mrs.\ J. M. Brownlee. Mr. John from Brenau Academy, Gainesville ",,! !
with his wife and family.
son will continue his work at
Ga. .
Miss Ruby Sllcox spent }
Camp Bland ing, but Mrs. Johnson Mrs. E. R. Smyth returned to week-end with Miss f ,
will remain here with her par her home In Columbia, S. C., I td ,
YOU'VE been thinking about Kulch: In Hampton. I II
Thursday morning after a 'two will be services at r rte
There
lU ents.Harold
t gifts for everyone else (Buddy) Bishop who Is week visit here with her mother Christian Church morning

now, how about yourself? a student at Emory UniversityIn Mrs. Bertha Pearce. night, Sunday Dec 20. .Everybody
Atlanta, Ga., la spending the Mrs. Randolph Hardee spent
You want to look your best Invited.
holidays here with his parents, Thursday here with Mrs. S. D. -
..1 daring Christmas, so why not Mr and Mrs. H. A. Bishop. Phillips enroute to Sebrlng to I NOTICE

come in for a permanent and Mrs. Glen Wood went to Columbus attend the funeral of Sgt. Douglas Announcement has been

facial, and manicure-treat Ga., Sunday and while Hardee who wan killed in that there will bn no meeting te i I ,gy
there was a guest at the home of a motorcycle wreck Wendover the Junior Red Cross next week.The
yourself relax and Lt. and Mrs. R. G. Kidd. Mrs. Field, Utah, last week. date for the next

be lovely at Christmas. Wood returned yesterday, ac- Zach Brown, who In at present will be announced later.
companied by Mrs. Emma Canova, living In Jacksonville, was look-
who has been with her daughter, ing after business interest in Office Sup n..... < 1 yN lip.

CALL FOR AN APPOINTMENT TODAY Mi-t Kldd, for the past two Starke Wednesday. I County Telegraph

... months. I. .1!iv .__________
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Mrs. H. B. McLendon and I'v t
daughter Jeannette, will arrive

STARKE BEAUTY SHOPPE here this week-end to upend the (Vdiir I6'A er, In all
holidays with Mrs. McLtndon'spart'nts. n ? vilest
Mr. and Mrs. K. S. Mat ..... !

196 Phone 96 thews. r4
Miss Edna Pearce will arrive

I ..... -... .... --.-.-... from Nashville, Tenn. this weekend I Scores of Styles All Sizes
to spend the holidays with her,

mother, Mrs. Bertha Pearce.
Mr. and Mrs Charles Parlser $19.50 and up [1 1A

NAT SEZ: have as their guest Mrs. Partner's

mother, Mrs. Lena Tochln. of..
Well, folk I won ,("(OUn. old New York City. She plans to.
muff anyway, what with hit 1 Gift of Lasting Happiness!
Arlt( spend about a month In Florida
!
y rainy weather and my rheumatlHm i visiting Miami also. LARGE VARIETY OF

t and all-now along comes : Mr. and Mrs. L. F. Hutto had VANITY SETS A bright cheerful Lamp makes a gift sure to
f-"a telegram tellln me I'm a icran- Mrs. M. C.
as week-end guests
daddy! But I ain't ,jconnii lei itget !, Wells and Mrs. T. F. Hutto. Mrs. '* '* iMANICURE' be apprl"Ciatttd-and at our low prices, you
down. Tliere'M plenty of I
me I Shelley Hall returned home with ran afford to give the Best!
life In the old boy yet. nee them to spend a few days in KITS
where the Navy ha
Lieutenant (Jg) HO I'm ftonna Sarge" Ben Suslow dropped '* a' e'
apply for a commitwlon ax Grand-
/ off here Monday and Tuesday -i
I-tt (Jg)-Junior grade. Ylprex! for a visit to his store while' EVENING IN PARIS

| enroute from his business at

-. Hlnesvllle Ga., to the one at '* '* '*

Alexandria, La. '
Last Minute Suggestions --- ''I Mrs. H. E. Tucker has as her LUGGAGEMEN'S

guest Mrs- Flo Vlerlng. of Miami.
She will remain here until after TRAVELING CASES

the holidays.Will .
ttoleprobf Sox 39c '" '* '*
_, E. H. Register and daughter {
Catherine, will arrive Saturday -
.
Manhattan Hdkfs (Initialed) Box $1.00 from Miami for a we
f visit with Mrs. Register's mother, JEWELRY
Mrs. Annie Lou Godwin.
embleyTiea $1.00
Mrs. James T. Guy spent the 'S 'rAnd
week with her daughter, Miss

anhattan Shirts _ $2.50 i Miriam Guy In Ocala. Hundreds of Other
Mr. and Mrs. Purvis Hazen

ark Twain Shirts $2.00 have moved to Orlando. ','k GIFT ITEMS -J.., \
Mrs. O. D.
Mrs. J. W,Home, t'n.
Gay, Misses Madge Guy, Martha 'S e '*
ens Gloves __--'_ ,_ $1.00 Horne and Dorothy Watterson .

spent Saturday shopping In LARGEST ASSORTMENT OF:
ens Khaki Scarfs $1.25 Gainesville.
: J. G. Adkins spent the week- CHRISTMAS CARDS IN TOWN

henilJe end with his family.
Robes $5.95 $6.95tin
I Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Shannon '* *
to attend -
left Tuesday for Pompano .
3.95ens
Gowns $2.98 to business. MONOGRAMMED STATIONERY

Mrs. O. D. Gay was ,shoppingIn
,
Leather Jackets _. $7.95 Jacksonville Thursday of last '.,!.. ANDCHRISTMAS .

week. CARDS
oleproof' Rayon Hose $1.00ill Mrs. Grace Seal spent the week-
end with her parents Mr. and S '*

Folds to $3.50 Mrs. J. E. Adkins.
Leather $1.00
_
Mrs. C. L. May was flopping YOUR PORTRAIT Lamps in Every Size

Clasa' Billfolds :____,-...:._.,' $1.oO & $1.50 In' Mrs.GalnenIlJe'Monday.L. D. Brown, Mts... Odin. .. .Always. A Welcome Available on Easiest Terms

1.6S Lowman MrS, Mary William,: d Gift r
ens Shirts $ And Lasting
:
Tru-Val" -i'_ -_ Mr, Margaret Pllcher. Mrs. H. \ 0 ..
1 B. Wigglna and Miss Hazel, e' '* $1.95 and up

art Wool Blankets _'_-_ _.__ $2.98, Brown spent Wednesday lr\, J .rl. .
: .
Gainesville Shopping.Mrs.

otton: Blankets ___ ____ -__ $1.98 J. L. Williams, Mrs. H. B.
Wiggins and Mrs. Mary William HollywoodCamera

Robes For Ladies _I ..____ $5.95Sternberg's spent Tuesday 92H WAR In Starke.A BOND. COSTS THE JOHN H.


Hickok Suspenders ___e___.___ ___ $1.00 $18.73.GiFT.MASTER.Mr. -MAKES FRED. F.A STUMP DANDY; XMAS POST & Gift ShopCall DENMARK FURNITURE CO.


and Mrs. L. D. Vlning\ have. ''
their home Mrs. Starke FloridaIg
a* visitors In St. At Railroad Starke, Florida ,
Vlning'a parents, Mr. and Mrs.
W. L. Joiner of Atlanta. Ga. \
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: SIX rtrtAlNYRD aUNTV TRl.PORAPH! : BTARRR FI.ORID" -FRIDAY= D"CIIIR.a!:! :
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; '4 I y FLA. STATE FARMF nesday and Thursday of last week Will You Let Santa -Claus TilE RES SA I I ton time, Texas after' JC'ndlng)-

visiting her daughter, Mrs. J. E. / By Miss Ida Hagon with her mothe.
Homeless Children? I Mrl
y SUNDAY f SCHOOL! DRIVE Drlggers, an.l mother Mrs. Maddox Forget Florida's I Moore
If Mrs. Beck and brother, Kenny I
p J More than a week ago the Com in Jacksonville. Ernest Trielllt let,
Scores of utterly homeless, help "If everybody in Florida able Thomas, were visiting In Keystone for SUnday
31 munity Sunday School started a MaJ. and Mrs. II. C. Wall of fr4t1sar less, orphan and needy little I to do so would contribute a dol- Saturday.Pvt. I I Dan Bartow where tll' iJI elll
r drive for funds and gifts for the week-end I Raley, Who
t St. Augustine were e Florida children, from wee babies lar or two, or send In some provision James Payne, who la stationed -. Orlando Ib '!l1plo

date Florida a total Children's of nearly Home$40 In and cash to guests of Mr and Mrs. J G. up to( boys and girls 16 years of and goodies, or articlesto I at Camp Blanding, recently i i I with( his, family spent tbe- Wee>k.end

Godwin of The we could provide a visited his relatives here
Iltlllu. age, now under. the care wear Mr. and
and 24 of fruit and IN
r cans vegetables
contributed. Mrs. Roy Roberts left Tuesday Children's Home Society of Flor- gloriously happy day for these Mrs. R. L.. Payne. i
have been
F y School for a visit of several days in ida are going to be heartbroken little youngsters and I feel sure Mrs.\ John Jordan and childrenof YOU
f Children the CAN
of
Sunday
WASIIINGTON GET
r are to bring their gifts for throe Jacksonville with her daughter, on Christmas morning unless the that now that the critical need Hillcreat were visiting her parents -

t lees fortunate than themselves to Mrs. Randolph Hardee. good people of Florida come to has been made known there will Mr. and Mrs. S. R. Swindell, REAL RELINE

Mrs. J. A. Bouvier and MIllS their rescue and send in contributions be a generous response, for I am Saturday
the Christmas entertainment on D. C. (NWNS) During
i, i! Washington -
yl Wednesday night. Dec. 23. Betty McRae spent the weekend'In the short period between the of moneY; eatables, wear- sure no one in Florida would Frank Kelsay, stationed at 6Zf ACIDINDIGESTIO

McIntosh with Mr. and Mrs. November election and the conven- ables toys and goodies In the want these little eyes filled with Camp Blandlng, was visiting his

uh WEDDING BELLS C. A. McRae. Little Miss Patricia ing of the new congress on January Immediate future. tears when so little sacrifice parents'! Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Kel-

( The marriage of Mildred Estelle McRae came home with them for 4. President Roosevelt has succeeded "War or no war we must not would bring them great joy." say. Sunday.

McCrary of Jacksonville and Peter an :Indefinite stay. stronger in setting than any up which a dictatorship has ever permit these poor little orphan Contributions of money, food- William Packham, who la em-

Dennis -Fancher la announced for Mrs. J. W. Overstreet, Mary been dreamed of under our democratic children right here In Florida, stuffy children's wearables toys ployed at the Naval Air Station KGsCarpenter's

"f i Sunday Jan. 10, at the home of Lee and Billy Overstreet of Mac- form of government. Whether almost on your own doorsteps, to I and goodies will be warmly welcomed near Jacksonville, was visiting his

a i the bride's parents, 2222 Guilford clenny, were guests of Mr. and he acted quickly in order to get be so completely disappointed on of the parents, Mr. and Mrs. W W. .
the Jump on the strong opposition Christmas Is the statement at the Headquarters
tt t Road. No invitations are being Mrs. Claude Johns several days Day" Packham. '

p : W I Issued, but all friend. of the last week. or which whether he faces he in simply the new felt congress that the made by Marcus C. "Daddy" Society, 403 Consolidated Build- Mrs. Daisy Johnston returned I '

1 couple'are Invited to attend. Mrs. L. R. Bristol of Tallahasseewill time had come when he must make Fagg, State Superintendent of ing, Jacksonville, or at the Children's last Friday to her home In Hous- Drug S Sth
the Home for 32 Rec I I Home, 2590
arrive tomorrow to remain full use of the wartime powers Society over e v n g
le + Mrs. O. L. Partney Is confined for the holiday season. which had been granted to him I.I.a i years who said: Riverside Avenue, Jacksonville.
i1 to her room with a severely question which could be debatedby
d sprained ankle. Mrs. Cifltls Malone spent the the hour, but whatever may be -
J ( s' week-end'' with her parents. Mr. behind the timing, the people in Salvage Drive ,w.'
Lt. Glen Terrell Jr., of Camp
t and Mrs. W. E. Malone. this country, from now ()n. will ..
i't n + Blandlng was the week-end guest have their lives dictated by the Still In ProgressThe ,
P. Stubbins and
Mrs. R. Mary
n % of biB cousins. Mr. and Mrs. Hobt. President and those to whom he with gaatatMm hnl/
i ,, t, J. Kite. Rivers, Mrs. J. G. Caldwell and has delegated power. And it is salvage drive l la not over, _I. 'a ) *, *

I "e ". Mrs. T. T, FUlayaw of Aahburn, daughters spent Monday In generally agreed here that these L. T. Dyer, Chairman of the Sal-
for best
Gainesville with Mrs. the
Emory moves were necessary
2t t vage Committee for this county
e + Ga., has arrived to spend some interests of the country.
G 4 wlt her son-in-law and Dean. of says but renewed efforts are be-
time i The greatest delegation power HELP WANTED
t Mrs. H. M. Richards, who wentto ing asked by: to do his
daughter, Mr. and Mrs. ... D. one to( Paul McNutt who will everyone -
t Yonge. Jacksonville ten days ago fora have' absolute control over man- part in collecting the many items

brief visit with her parents. power. He will determine who goes needed.
N Mrs. Randolph Hardee and children into the armed forces, what TIIAVELERSCllEqUES FLORIDA MOTOR LINES' continuing: contributions of
pres
; Mr. and Mrs. J. II. Ritch, In still Special attention Is called to its
8 Diana and Randolph. Jr., there because of the serious ill- ent civilian occupations are necessary trained men to fill key positions In the armed forces has
vlalted here Mrs. Hardeewas what men and women will the following items which are desirable and
1 ,j Friday. opened Important positions i" this
ness of her little son, Henry. enen-
enroute to the funeral of her be assigned to war production work badly needed by the Government: tial industry. This I is a War of
n& i Har- Mr. and Mrs R. V. Reddish of and who will be trained for vital Scrap Metal and Rubber Transportation and:
brother-in-law Sgt. Douglas Florida Motor Line
Industries. medium of employees are doing their bit .
dinner C A safe acceptable t.
were Sunday
'{ dee of Sebring who was killed In Lawtey The bulk of the scrap metal and vital p
1 i. Just bow far Mr. McNutt will go plying transportation to all phase of the
guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. G. God- exchange for the traveler to any war effort.
Utah. rubber has been collected
,,1 4 an airplane amagh-up In In using his power to determine already The opportunity is now open to YOU to join this ,
'llg( Ira Tonga of Lake Butler win. how each of us earns his livelihood but there are still small quantities -; part of the world is essential woo

pent the week-end here with his Fireman 2nd Class Dill Brelloof from now on will depend on the at nearly every home and group.
1) l Mr. and Mrs. M. D. the Coast Guard was the week- manpower needs but there Is no farm that should be salvaged.The American Express
,
parents
I4f f end guest of Mr. and Mrs. W. G. doubt that millions of men, whether WPA trucks and scrap dealers FOR HEM
4 Yonge. they choose to or not will be Travelers
I'' + t J. M. Bradley Wall the guest Stringfellow. forced to work at an occupation cannot afford to run their Cheques

'; of biB children, Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. B. Hersbfleld are picked for them by the Manpower trucks over the county to collect e Before leave home you COACH OPERATORS: Age 21 and i.p; 500jolving

In Jacksonville last rejoicing over the arrival of Linda commission. these small amounts. you : experience (heavy equipment preferred ,
Vance Geiger, the cash plannedto ;
t ; $ week-end. Terrell, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Although Mr. McNutt now has Each persons should feelMt his can change you L; feet 7 inches, 150 pounds, minimum nh greda
final control over selective service, with into conven-
Mrs. George Pearce spent Wed- Marvin Hershfleld at Long Island there are certain limitations con- or her patriotic duty to get all ient carry Travelers Cheques you for saleat education (High School preferred).
J i. h N. Y.REPAIRING tained m the President's order on this scrap to a school or other
wf this Bank in $10 $20 $50 and Stewards Garage
J. B. Strickland of Graham was manpower. For the time being he central point where it may be Employees' '\

E! )ll i a Sunday guest of Mr. and Mrs. is not to draft any man for the picked up by the large trucks. 35100 denominations at 75c per

A. C. Davis. armed forces who is 38 years old Payment will be made to schoolsfor $100 purchased.
y er1 or older, and he is not to permit FOR HEN and WOMEIi
J. P. Flllayaw of Lake Butler enlistments in either the army: the scrap collected at schools. e They are spendable every

visited Mrs. M. D. Yonge Tuesday or navy of men between the ages of Collect Your Keys where, and if lost or stolena

/ 18 and 38. There has been a national prompt refund is made. Ticket Aoenti. Baggage Clerks, Bookkeepers Calculators

The order ending voluntary enlistments drive on for collecting keys as Stenographers, Typists, Clerks, Janitors
:' i'k' PINE LEVEL probably means that no most keys are made of valuable -, = =-- -- and Cleaners.It .
t t"h man in this age group can here-
Ily Mrs. II. M. Mcllae after have choice in the materials. All old keys should be I
any has been to giv8
always our policy preference in
:'UI& } branch of the armed forces In left at the Bank of Starke or at WARBONDSs&ffifSsfS employment -
r Mr. and Mrs. Allen Hall and which he will serve and cannot take Mr. Dyer's office in Court House. to men and women living along our router.

4'l children of Jacksonville spent the part in the war unless his draft No payment is made. I If you are interested, mail postcard or letter, giving

y week-end here with Mrs. Hall's board decides that it is his turnto Scrap Old Hosiery it name, address, age, sex, and indicate position you are

J4 a+ Y r4r-! parents, Mr. and' Mrs. H. M. Mc- go., formerly It also means given that primarily commission to.- Here is where all old silk and". \ "' l1t.01l best suited for to PERSONNEL DIRECTOR FLORIDA

Rae.Mr. enlisted men will now be awarded rayon hosiery will help win the ""t 0"4ERMtAttt MOTOR LINES, JACKSONVILLE, FLA. An application
and Mrs. J. R. Hall visited 'ttit blank will be mailed to and if
according to the comparative mer- war. Make sure that these are you, you are acceptable
the bedside of Eld. W. E. Hall at its of the drafted men. Possibly, clean and dry. Leave them at and position is open, arrangements will be made for a

", .i WHILE YOU WAIT his home In Green Cove Springs when a man Is wanted by the armyor any store where hosiery Is sold. AS A PATRIOTIC SERVICE> personal interview end further consideration.t10RIDAMoTORJINES .
the because of
i Sunday night. navy particular: No
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Myrick skills, a plan will be worked out payment la made.
,: All Work Guaranteed bj whlct. he cat be called by his Tooth Vtmtn Tubes 4tllnls1,1
Mr.
visiting I I Myrick'sOnly
Highest Quality were draft board "by request. All tooth paste shaving cream Florida Bank At Starke .
mother, Mrs. Virgil Locke, at
The Manpower commission. In and similar
tuber to be turnedIn
are
t c Leather Used Lake Geneva Thursday of last with the the :
conjunction army, to drug stores. The materialIn Member Federal Deposit Inouranca
.J navy, the department of agriculture these In Corporation ,ataaiasrm
; week.We are great demand. No ;
are sorry to report that etc., will determine whether payment Is made. Member Florida National Group pnuwa, s'a' ,

BROWNSTEEN'SSHOE Mrs. E. J. Lewis Is very III at her a i man can best serve his country Kitchen Fat And Grease '"

,;y r+ p home in the rising section. by> working/ in a war Industry, by Fats and which ;t, Jfi. q. 1J. Jtf. Jfr J}. If. JJ..
N4* REPAIR We are glad to report that entering the armed forces or by greases are usually 1. *,.::. "'"'-'--- -j. :!:
working farm. discarded after being used
on a The commission -
.*.QrOl S From 1'OHtofflco Lynn, little son of Mr. and Mrs.
will have'the right to assign are valuable in making explosives.
B. M. McRae Is much Improved men of over 38 to any occupationother It is very unpatriotic to throw

: "'" ', :._, '. ':/ after several days' Illness. thanthe armed forces and away any grease.

-. .... .- ...- -.- - .- -,., .... -.--.-. the enlist men In over the 38 army will still and be navy ableto if Strain It into clean tin palls You adt buyagEfR BEER at any, Nlct, ,

r" FUNERAL DIRECTOR I they wish. and carry It to your meat market
One of the best features of the There i 1- a small
----- -- -- -- payment made
1 Sly Many fears. Experience Makes It I'malble for Me to Header new control over the selective service for it.

EFFICIENT PROMPT: and COURTEOUS SERVICE is that the commission will have Typewriters Needed wlh
the to Issue ,
power mandatory regu-
+ MODKUATK PRICKS: lations The Government Is needingover r
regarding what classifications
DeWITT C. JONES of men will be taken first for 600.000 typewriters for the
the nation army and TIIEHE1lTHFULAESTFULtgfhFUl t ...-.-
/Ntarke, Florida as a whole rather than navy. Only models OF FRIENDSINF1taM'
leave the final decision up to local later than 1935 are wanted. Those DRINK
,.., ,
... ,
--- ---- -- --- --- draft boards. There has been much having such typewriters that can

criticism in the past when General
be
spared should notify 1 Mr,
Hershey director of the selective
DR. LEMUEL COLSON DENTIST service act, would make a state- Dyer. The quota for Bradford

ment saying that one group, such county has been,,set at 17.

1 129 East Call Street as married men without children
should not be taken until all single HAMPTONBy ,
men in a state had been drafted, l
Hours A. M. to 7 P. M. Evenings i By Appointment and local boards would I Ignore that II. Wiggins \\1, ,

: statement This was caused by the W. SI. U. '
0 fact that General Hershey did not
have the power to make such regu- The W. M. U, met at the Baptist What \ ", "

lations mandatory.The church Thursday, Dec. 17, a \ "

"WHY GO FISHING ? next most important delega- and waa entertained by Mrs
tion of wartime Is that
power /given Doris Hicks. The Christmas 't .
to Secretary of Agriculture Claude program ., --- ,,., ,,
GO TO NEWSOME'S MARKET"Fresh Wickard in his new role as food ents was used. Christmas pres- "' I M: --<:--.,;....--, '' ,
administrator. Under the wide pow- were exchanged by those "" ,-=: "" "' ..__, "
ers to he will present. (IV '
given him have dictatorial '
Water and Salt Water Fish, Shrimp, etc. authority over the production lf" -

Live and Dressed Poultry, Fruits and Vegetables distribution and consumption Sgt. and Mrs. Odla Lowmanare .... .,

of food. He will determine what all home on a 30-day furlough fidgety. jumpy .always
of us will eat. what foods will be and are spending their time with and he began to
tired. .
''r. NEWSOME'S MARKETNext rationed assigned, to how farm many work men what should quantities be Mrs.Mrs. R.Lowman's L. Brown.parents, :Mr. and Learned About Relaxation make some
.
of each type of food will be Lately Ed beenisChimself:
produced and how transportation Pvt. Carl Brown bas been in of his doubleand
spite
Door To New Method Cleaners On Temp Ave. problems will be handled. In addition transferred from" ,New Jersey to again he home he
to his control of the food sup New Orleans, La. 'b;, work. When gets along

ply, Mr. Wickard also will have Mrs. Lauree Hall spent the sits right down and drinks r

.. ... .. T _nI control over other farm productssuch week-end in Valdosta with Mra\, cold,refreshing glassotwo It
as cotton and tobacco.As Beer
L. of JAX
G.
golden
Young.
a result of the powers given of h"
Prompt Service Careful Drivers to Mr. Wickard and Mr. McNutt. Mr. and Mrs. L. L. nedenbaugh He's beyond the draft age takes the kink out

the people of this country can ex- and Mr. and Mrs. R. O. Simmons Ed is, and it's hard on him tired muscles and soothes cf

pect a period of regimentation in spent the week-end in St. Peters- in two ways. First, he'd like his touchy nerves. And,

of 1943 us by will which be guided the activities from Washington of all- burg visiting Pvt. Olen Beden- to go out there in uniform course, like others who know

Starke Taxi Service Daugh. as he was in the last war. how to relax with JAf

The President made another Raymond Slade has been trans- Second he's doing a twodrinks another glass at bend
move, in this short period between ferred from Camp Blanding to quick
man job because his office assure
time to flod
election and the convening of the i
Camp Shelby. Mass
Phone 150 '
is short-handed. l
it yo
new congress, which probably would Try '
Percy Griffin baa been transferred
can
-
have been made by the new congress I from Camp Blanding He's been working helps you, too. You
anyway-that of ending the I to like a dog for months beer **
destinations' unknown.Mr. buy a better
Day NightWe activities of the WPA. This agency ->
set up when the nation faced a and Mrs. E. E. Morganand ... \\'V and the strain got on at any rricelPAGE 1

grave unemployment problem. son spent last week with Mrs.D. for his nerves. He was
.. -, ..... ... "R -'Ir' seemed to have no purpose when W. Johnson and Mrs. Jessie Ask Bottlt

r _,_ the nation is now facing a man-
Qua'
fr'c'f
.0 JO r 1 'PI' v- T -"'- Morgan. full
power shortage, so the President ire .
Do Superior Work- has ordered that all of Its activI- Mr. and Mrs. G. P. Wadsworth, ua"'" fx\C) t\C s sw.9

ties be disbanded by February 1. Jr.. Mlsaes Marlon Clair Johns to but) tIonoa tide ..
Thus was liquidated one of the pet and Barbara Home spent Saturday -
New Deal agencies which during In Gainesville it tnac\r"bd" //sts6u _wca4a -,
For Better Cleaning its seven years of existence had .wnw 9+ abet \ a ... s....
t etIC"C
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over 8,000,000 men on Its payroll; oV ecr ..
-. J and expended over 10 billion dol CARD OF THANKS ) .y 4. _"'bet\ 'Iou th' t .
) "V" ca4 $,
We wish to express our sin- bC
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TRY TilE cere gratitude to all who showed 1 llyysc4 c t .
lars.'r :: lccc' ttt"t\\
us kindness or rendered service c snA .- kce4put 1 .y i
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NEW METHOD CLEANERSMr. : ;':; 3'l/I'I'O'00A dOIJ"eYNewrta2 during our recent bereavement in '1)W to'I to' {or y v

the death of husband -h'f,:
our and .
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and Mrs. E. O. Edwards Owners rop TIlAr JO ;o\'re d lam
Mr. father, D. ,W. Moore; and our 8va
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husband son and brother W. H t\c
,t 315 Temple Your Patronage Phone 7 "'
I I Moore. Also for the many cards '{. ,
Avenue 135S 4PBaf8f
Appreciated i
and beautiful flowers.
BIEWIII COMPAI'-Jatbonm.
6'0 The Moore families. ... ,,, FI. '' ,
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I SOME TOYS FOR CHILDREN ,
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1,1'i Here are some suggestions for -too much stretch is bad for pos. ,

, i keeping your child's toy supply ade'I''I ture development.) _

quate for both fun and learn In If your youngster is beginning to
these days when even the youngest show an interest In chemistry takea
f member of the family mutt "do
chance this year on its continuing -
S ? without to win the war." I and buy the full set now. You
I
The small child's need for things will\ have to guide his use and care

he can drag around by a string of it but at least he won't haveto :1
k n I is Just as basic now as when the mark time which Is often fatalto 1iiii

supply was unlimited. But he can an interest because you can't
get along with one durable toy of
vfl get the more complex set when J
I this kind Instead of three or four the elementary one holds no fur- J nrnU ((1
i if. to provide the variety he craves '
I
ther chemical secrets for him. 5'
you turn shoe boxes or cereal car- tt { $
iIj I
tons into pull toys by threading a Dolls are as numerous and jauntyas ?
stout string through them. Of ever even with substitute "in- !
4. nst'gp r"f I course they are flimsy and get sides" One warning to young doll

'N caught on chairs, but learning to mothers-mohair U being used Instead -
I loosen them and learning too, not of real hair, which Is scarce,

i iP d V to fly Into a tantrum when\ they and it won't stand combing 1

I do tangle is part of the value these We haven't space to cover the

k toys have for a child. Incidentally whole toy held but a few farts np- '

I if you shop early you'll find wood ply to most of it. (1)) There ore still Ir '
(instead of steel\) made into tanks, some pre-war mechanical toys to 1:2: '' 4 ,

!i. Tare jeeps, anti-aircraft guns, as well as be had. (2) Manufuctuier have
I boats which can be either pushed been exceedingly clever about turn. : 1l

Say It With Food A Very Merry Christmas! or pulled. ing plastics and cardboard Into fn". IT .

(See Recipes Below.) I For the slightly older child whose cInating toys <131 Even these Mill l
interest runs to the military there be limited next year because of the ; /77 I t

are plenty of plastic substitutes for reduced labor supplv, so buy durable (
I Yuletide Trimmings the traditional lead soldiers and toys which will hold Interest : ttia
Christmas Dinner metal equipment. for a child through more than one /

simas:: time has come again Pineapple Juice with Although toys should be selected stage of growth and development.
;IU warm and cheery spirit of with age interest and physical development ((4) You can devise home mode r- ( /

of receiving and of hoping Raspberry Sherbet in mind, this year it toys which will stimulate your

ji earth and goodwill Crackers Olives Celery Curls would be well to look ahead, just child's Imagination and provide en-
: peace on Roast Chicken as you must buy a coat this season riching fun. Don't you rememberwith .

:dJ men. which will wear for several years. special fondness the boxes of t# ,.
i the time for lovely carols and 'Savory Stuffing Cream Gravy For instance, in selecting a tricycle spools the wood shavings (which) '- .. "

message that never grows old, 'Sweet Potato Casserole for a three-year-old get a size too you fastened to your straight hair i ,, 1
time for the fire large and fit the pedals with blocks as longed-for curls) and the strawberry '
George wants lo him children with ..
Green Beans in Sauce / m* marry at miff: bring my m
on the hearth and so he can reach them without undue box furniture of your own But ha intuit uw leant my mother bthuiti.
'Cinnamon Apples stretching. (This Is important childhood!
o a the yule logs I l' f. Td"1 Lr V
,
ablaze and a- 'Finger Rolls By KATHLEEN NORRIS
ONK FOR ALL
J. crackle that bring Plum Pudding BROOKERHy IS the penalty of loving a

memories of the Beverage Mints I:.8257: I IT Those who ..,lucky enough i'
that
: Mm. L. O. llaum large family group
whole family together iOMSE lo be born into a large family
Recipes Given .
Ii I
t 14,14 sometimes you have to
for Christmas have the
I -p i JUNIOR UKI CROSS! ailvantatf!of com pan'ionship

"J -in other, in There has been a Junior Red ; hurt somebody's feelings. mimed by those who

happier days. It'sa giblets. Chill overnight or for an Sometimes you have to tell must froiv alone. Out they
Cross organized here with MIsH up
time for lining hour to Llend seasoning. HOME 'I Dill's wife that because Sarah also have
the
for : Bettyerne Palmer as chairman, Suit and Dickey Jiaailvantagf, if
with
IniUnas putty shelves feast, of pleasant goodies bus- There's nothing like an attractive Miss. Phyllis flaxen vicechairman Pattern No. 8257-Future and Immediate and her boys are coming you choose in call it that, of

garnish with sharp flavor to point up and Miss Martha Evelyn needs both are token care down for the weekend there having to Ifarn very early to
for
at children foraging
pres.
the food values of your dinner. Cin- 6D: of auperbly by today' shapely two-
Markey have mutt often
ud cookies. Iy secretary They won't be a bed. Some- compromise. They
spare
namon apples .do just that for your p 12 piece suit with its own jaunty dick.
kits for the
packed soldiers sacrifice what they want for
liitmai! was always a time for Christmas platter of chicken: ey. It will be grand to wear under times you have to indicate to
ring, and so let It be this year- Audio of Sinn Mar.,'. lelrch.. and hope to be of more help to ;your coat this winter. dear little Patricia that be- something that it better for all. !r
Ilbe deeper sense it will always Cinnamon Apples. then. There are 15: members. Pattern No. 8217: la designed for Giving up a chance to' see the v

+\\be time for glad tidings Core and pare apples. Make a With our market a bit limited sizes 14. 16. 18. 20; 40. 42 and 44. cause Jean is going to have last thrilling chapter of "Dfad-

t,for the pleasant bustling and syrup out of 1 cup sugar 1V4 cups these days so that we must use the Mrs. Alma MathlH and childrenof Size 16 takes .4 yards 30 Inch material only one bridesmaid she naturally Dan" to lake care of little

uineis of putting together the water (or IVi cups corn syrup- same fundamental foods over and Jacksonville have returned "H yard contrast for dickey. wants her sister to be eye sister is a major childhood
over again we must depend on clever home after an extended visit with
and 1 water) and 3
light heaping
V(feast This year' menu will cup that one and so cuts out Cousin Pa-
seasoning to break the monotony 'her mother Mrs. Alice Thomas. .,.,ely. But it makes to much
I,, limper! and tuned to ration times tablespoons cinnamon drops. of the necessary repetition. tricia. Sometimes you tactfully fatter the of groutinglntoagrnert
Mrs. O. B. Feagle and frocett
daughter
(hole :you love will have their Place apples in syrup and cook. Many seasonings are available In Mama have to Inform darling sensitive adult
too covered slowly?basting frequentlyuntil the dry state. Some of them pars- Jaunlta Mary Frances and Mother that you took the rug backto >unselfish

Ft things out by helping your- apple are tender and brightly ley for Instance may be used greenas Minnie Lou Haxen were hop- AddresHam. .. Brown' and changed It for a

n tinted. garnishes or relishes i- -nlada! ping In Gainesville Saturday. kitchen table. 1
10 tomato Juice (hot or cold,
over the management of his own
id with lemon juice), or some- At a poll taken of servicemen's favorite their as well use as depends in cooking.more on Si the right s in Mrs R. E. Hazen, Mrs J. W More than that, sometime as chit... home out In the country. But be

l different like pineapple juice foods sweet potato casserole combination of flavor than on any Thomas and Mrs. L. O. Hazen .. of p9Pattern er dren grow older follow their own Insists we leave my mother behind.

icoop of raspberry sherbet, or took a mightyfine artful or painstaking preparation.The were Christmas shopping in "'" li.. destinies find their own work and He will see that she always ha*
,
fruit juice with lime sherbet lead. So, if one exception is curry powder, Gainesville Tuesday mates and homes, they have to take plenty and of course I can come

I In the living room with tiny that boy of your which must be carefully and thor Mrs. Rosa Plnholster spent the lend 15 cfffita In win for stands that to the old people seem and go as I please, but he will not

crackers. is coming home. oughly cooked In a special way to week-end with Mr. and Mrs. tech pattern d..lr.d) to- unfeeling and Inconsiderate. Manya consent to her coming to.u.. He
Its full flavor.
re work at the dinner table bye 11 and has pinnedhis bring Restraint out must always be practiced Floyd Wiggins at New River.L. Patricia Dow Pattern dutiful daughter puts off her mar- say that any one of a score of fine

out the relishes-green and vote on. ails in the use of season1-! Only O. Hazen of Bushnell spent riage because she 1s needed at nurses will gladly rent the extra ,

Jives, celery curls and salted sweet potato dish. enough should be used to T out the week-end here with his family M* W. ins St., N.w T.rk, N. T. home; puts It oft so long that her room. In my mother's house, which

with the fruit drink and crack- here' the way to and enhance the flavor ol ...e food I young man drifts away to somebody I I. across the street from the big l

ID the living room. put it together: being seasoned.The \ else. Many a son goes on hospital. But when 1 only I suggested -

you have had a turkey for way to use garlic In meat Mrs. G B. Colaon. l.lrt. J. K. supporting parents who could perfectly this plan my mother was so p+

'Jiving, give the other poultry Sweet Potato Casserole. cooking is to rub the salt,. that is Douglas and Mrs. Edna Crew. CIIUKCII DIHIXTTOICY OF well support themselves, until agitated and angered that she told
Serves 6)) stove of
( for the meat in
needed
IIJ II t Christ. were in Gainesville last Tuesday. HKKVICKSKllltT the years when he could have me not to allow him to enter the

me. There's 1 cups bat, mashed awed potatoes garlic leaves before of seasoning have meat.hot. Mrs. V. V. Hazen and children BAPTIST. carved out a happy life for himself house again. I am distracted be-
The tarragon ...
Il ,
A. l.lKklfaot
K. Pastor
II chicken or 3 tablespoon batter pungent taste. They are commonly were shopping In Gain esvllle am N. Walitat Sfrvrt have gone by. And believe m*. tween the fear of losing the man I

two of each H teaspoon Bait s used to flavor vinegars for sal Monday Church School 1116 A. M. a withered little complacent mother love and respect and destroyingmy
i H teaspoon grated lemon rind few minced leavesare Morning; Wonhfp>> 11:00 A. M. big son's arm Is avery
serve agoodfamily ads but a finely Miss Lubedla Plnholster, Mrs. H. T. U. 7-00 l>. M. hanging on a mother' last happiness In life
,ath. :t egg' yolk, beaten very good in tartar sauce. Charley Cainey and Mrs Eula Evening Wornhlp S:00 P. M poor substitute for a One, loving for sb* Is not a club card-playing

Or, roast H cup crashed canned pineapple The leaves of dill are a flavorful Mae Baxter were Christmas hop- Wednesday: Worship 8:00 P. M. young wife and a houseful of or even church-going woman her

ii tradition. .,.,, :t egg white meat addition salads.Fennel to .fish egg, cheese and pinK in Gainesville Thursday. FIIIHT METHODIST children. one child has been her world, and iiI 1

alee as Is e marshmallows has a hot sweet flavor reminding Mrs. Howard Mott was In Rev. duck with seed 120 N. CkBrrh *li..< daughter who finds herself faced she will very probably never
Add A few
apple or wild rice Beat potatoes until fluffy. sea.onings one of anise. Starke last Friday. Church Hrhool 10.00 A. M.
luihroom! add to fruit pies and for the second time with the difficulty forgive me, or wish to pee us a gam..
stuffing in place of and beaten yolks. Fold in spiciness Mrs. Rubylee Hall and daughter Sunday Wore hi 11:00: A. M.
apple pineapple. CooL Then fold In egg baked fruits. The leaves fresh or Bettye Rae were in Gainesville Young KvanTnir; Ponplo ,:00 P 5(. of breaking away from home. "Please tell me where my duty lie
9:00
Worship U
P.
:
Roast Chicken or Capon. whites. Bake in a buttered dish. dried often are used for seasoning Saturday. Wednesday: worship 1:00 P. U.T. Tied U> Mother."I and what my course ought to be."

IOn capon or chicken inside topped with marshmaUows in a moderate fish.Marjoram is used either fresh or Mrs. Charley Galney was In am J4." write Ann' Roger, Here Ann, I I. a perfect exampleof

foul with salt, pepper and a few oven (350: degrees) for 25 minute dry for flavoring soups and stews Starke Tuesday.Mrs. M...... BTAHK'A Fred York EPISCOPAL**. ltr .. "and have two children. Betse)' husband who the predatory parent. Your mother -

III of ginger.. Fill with dressing *. and in the stuffing for all meats Mike Tilghman and Miss :. M N. e........ street is nine and Philip six. My never gave you a brother or .Is-!

i place in a dripping pan with Green Bean in Sauce. and flsh. Frances Tllghman spent the day Church Br'hool JO:00 A. M.Sunday seemed when I married him let a background of old friend anda
ordinarily Is used in poultry Wornnlp 11:00: A. M. to be a trustworthy person but he
r"P" bt, from chicken preferably (Serve. 6)) Sage In Jacksonville Friday of last Sunday livening 7:30: P. M. circle of young one. She kept
and meat stuffings but it is sur- proved to be anything but that. A*
Friday Evening 7aO
P. M.
8litly : selfishly her trying to shut
with flour you own
and roast in 1 pound fresh green bean prisingly good in cheese dishes and week. Holy t>ay. 10:00: A. M. my mother Is not very strong and
Iterate oven. Baste and turn or vegetable combinations. The flower Henry Shaw spent Sunday here retired away everything that abe could not
rwntljr. Add water bean No. I sometimes used in salads, his Mrs FIRST my father many years ago control and share In your life. When t
as necessary 1 can green ( ) are with grandmother JohnS. PBESSYTERIANRev. : It condition of marryingat
a
was my
prevent drying and to make I onion especially in those made with Chao II. A lira. Pastor young love came to you, she must
graf 1 tablespoon chopped Lewis.
and with
Roast S4S Nortk ( h.reyf.. all that I live at home make the conditions under which
until tender. A 8-pound' 1 tablespoons batter cheese. Mr and Mrs O J. Mott of Bar- Church Hohnol 10:00: A. M. the exception of my honeymoon anda
cken or capon about Thyme and summer savory are Sunday Worship 11:00: A. M. you might accept It; you say It was
requires 2V4
J chill
H cap sauce used much the same as sage. Savory tow spent Friday and Saturdayhere Senior Crusades *::00 P. M few summer weeks each year, I a condition of your marrying at all 1 ti
onion in butter until soft. combines particularly well with with his mother and at Ral- Intermediate ynuth 8:00: P. ... have had my own old room all my
Cook that you live at borne, and I can
'Savory Evening 7:00 P. M.ST.
'&wgh stuffing Add chill sauce and seasoned green horseradish in sauces. ford with Mr and Mrs Wain- Worship : life. Mother had nice rooms fixed Imagine exactly who made that stipulation.
| for 5 to e pound fowl) Sweet basil has n flower much to
>"I beans. Cook until thoroughly heated. wright. for Phil and me. and I was glad Now, old and cranky, and
cup. fine bread cramba like clove. It may be used in salad KltWAHD'H CATHOLIC
Mrs. L. A. Brown and Mrs. S. .,. ..... give up omee work and devote my- cut from all the normal Interest
1!If winced Fresh homemade roUst Ah, what ), tomato soups and sauce Fruit H. T. J. Morpkr. P..lrTvrapl away o
lip minced parsley compliment they stir in the heart punches are given a refreshing E. Ritch and son. Gene, were AvMaEarly self to housekeeping and to my children of age; books, friends, club.*,
onion Matin 1:00 A. M.lJl.ID. .
:
I lip "opped : of every diner! Here is a very simple spiciness by the addition of the Christmas shopping In Jacksonville II.r..... as they came along Phil prospered games charities, war activities,
celery
you'll like: crushed leaves. \ Thursday of last week. Sunday Mann t 00 A. M and Anally at a bargain having seen your first marriage
p-Houn l ItaslIOoll tall recipe All these herbs were grown In Mr. and Mrs S. E. Ritch and Week Day Ma.. 1:00: A. M. bought a nice house but at that wrecked because of her selfishness,

pepper Finger, Ron our grandmother's gardens so let's son spent the week-end In Rai- time my father became 111 and died she would calmly deny you another
P* on poultry seasoning or sage H sugar put them in our own. They are KINUHI.KY I.AKK RAPTIHTHv. and during hi. long Illness and after o
I "P cup ford with Mr. and Mrs. Jim II. M. "'111_... Pasts and a more premising union and
chicken stock 1 tablespoon salt easy to make grow and a few plants Ritch. Rorvlro Every Sunday his death I could not leave my mother. condemn you to the position of a
Wea ell lard are all you will need. Sunday Hi; -hool-10 A. M. We had been married about tenyears
Cook giblets 2 tablespoon Don't forget the Inestimable valueof The many friends of Pvt Mo- MorningWomhlp-11 A. M. servant to her and to the children.
until tender. Drain batter when Phil left me absolutely
brown 1 tablespoon salt too. Every dish you pre zelle Cainey will be Interested to
lo Home of Own.
Move
In hot chicken fat or but- 2 boiling water GOSPEL TAIIKIIVArt.H! without warning got a divorce and
cap by
Improved salt
pare is vastly know that he has been awardedthe
wn FHbl
1 Hihoul each Lord Day atHvRnvellHtlo
tablespoon minced onion. t yeast cake often only a few grains. Wheneveryou Heart for wound received I P. M. married his office assistant This What you ought to do and what I
ine.. Combine bread crumb V4 cap warm water use sugar add a few grains of.altit Purple Service Sunday blow shattered me for awhile I know your good sense will promptyou

>* onings. Add stock egg and 1 teaspoon sugar makes a little sugar seem In action at Port Moresby, evening lllbU 1:11.Study: Tuesday. Evtnln bad very little money and my baby to do. Is to marry your George

egg*, beaten light sweeter. Whipped cream I Is far New Guinea. 1.15-In Mlmtlon Hall. was not yet fJur. But last year I quietly paying no attention to the
1H pound floor more delicious when a bit of salt i* We are glad to know we have Chlldr..n'. Bible I...mon It Choral got my job back and as my mother scolding and whining at home move
added with the sugar.GRAHAM. here to liveMr. work Wednesday 3 P. M.
another
family to sell her children Into and
Lynn first four ingredientsin Victnry Prayer Uroup Thursday. had an opportunity your a younger
Say the
Dissolve
: and Mrs. J. W. Thomas and I P. M.Puvangell.tla. old place advantageously we moved more normal atmosphere in the new
Dack Dissolve :
I ducks or Goose? If you're serv- boiling water. in Let lukewarm cool water. I i small lon, Wayne. night >:.It.riiiitrif. MeetingFriday Into a small cottage she owns and home, resent nothing, remember

It for Christmas get the yeast and sugar combine By Mm. L. C. Smith Mr, and Mrs. Albert Surrency get along very comfortably, nothing disagreeable, constantlycome
is cool
result mixture
Ilde by rubbing the out- When first have moved to Brooker. OF. CHRIST "Last year Phil was killed In a to see your mother, bring the
of the bird with onion or with yeast and eggs. Add tt of the Corp. Lonnie Hlnea of California Don't forget that the pupils llarrr Plrkap, Mini.'... motor accident and I went back to children In, and so wear down her
garlic pepper salt paprika and( flour. Beat thoroughly for 10 minutes spent last week here with his recital nibl 1 $turly 10'00 A In of that resistance and win her to the
& ger. remaining flour and continue I of Mrs Graves will give a Morning I Worship .aM'The Lord' office work; the course new
Fill with stuMng and Add on Friday at 130.: All of the Supper II:00 A. M work I met a physician of means In order of things In spite of herself.
II with onions beating until it blisters. Brush wife.Mrs. Kvvnln: I Womhlp 7:30: P. M.
and celery. Florrle McKInney and son friend Invited. a wonderful man. We
A melted butter and cover. parents and are Thursday Worship 7.30 P. M.O'O'll'lll'III'rV every way And when the time comes Ann.
wild X I
IIId\na!\ rice and mushroom top with until it doublesin Chester of Starke were visiting:'' Also don't forget the Christmas fell deeply In love and a few weeks and It comes fast prepare yourself w

Siule baa an affinity for ducks: Place in refrigerator Let rise Mr McKInney's mother Mr*. program at the school house : f.OOPRI.Klna '111..10'11 ago he liked me to marry him. He to treat your own children with generosity y
rolls.
''S Pound of sliced mushi bulk. Shape into .14nt....a.i.I I Is 44. and as far at war service Is and Get It
A. E. Ward Friday.Mr. night. Dec. 22. understanding
3 hours before baking. on Tuesday I .li r I.ukr. '. 'Mile W of II C.a'.
tablespoons for 2 to ,. concerned has been placed on the head and for all
b'A butter. and Mrs. Ilarlle Starlingand ;v..n.lh.tlr! burvlcea every "Sunday through your once
l add cup wud "e. which tulkyt night 7:30.: Indispensable' list as he Is head of that young families don't like to
been I Don. the whipped cr.amld/ daughter-in-law Mrs. Myrtle Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Strickland _.I A Bronte, flp..n.r .or.
K Ie. boUe<1nd season to The cake fall at the crucial moment' of Brooker were In our a large public hospital and lecturesto have old men and old women quar-
Starling with Mm. Strick-
look flat and. spent Sunday undergraduate students at the
The /table decoration tered upon them. There are exceptions ,
With 10011!. It a fUghtJy dif poinlle..1' Explain your problem toLynn section Saturday afternoon.: land's parents, Mr and Mrs. C. j 1Vl'Q/lT Vf, n"rop university. of course; there are mothers

IIIent .tory. :Rub the goose with Chamber ant shell tell you whatto Mr. and Mrs. B. Surrency and Davie of the State Farm. TIATO; Which Road to Take whose service to ions' or daugh
t, pepper If rio at *"urnn children of Tampa spent a George Rivers was a visitor to ." '
onion Stuff .with tsborUe South grand 1' "George wants me to marry him ters' families are simply indispensable e
IP Vea'tauifi
Ie 210 IY NCIAIYt'AR'S
1111.or potato .turnng and roast ,IlL Plea .nclo a few day with relatives here re- Gainesville Monday. at once, bring my children with me ; there are old fathers and mothers

1P1J1it. few slices of lemon whole grueet. Chieepo stomped antelope far cently. I Miss Onle Mae Starling and "JIIAPJ -lie really loves and understands who are the mOlt beloved and

and celery .roar.1/.dJr..d.,..ply.at. Rev. W. C. Burton filled his Mr. Alta Caudloso were shopping o them, and they love him. and take essential members> of the group .

...iMd by: Western N' .wip. p t r Union regular appointment here Sunday. In Gainesville Friday
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BRADFORD COUNTY '1I'F.J.'FUR\pn.: STAKKB.: FLORIDA FRIDAY Dp)(E
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'r. "'TI NOTIONDRADFOnlt County Telegraph shall puhll.h thin Acta
I a student at Emory University Order In next four weekly tenors. of 194))
FLORIDA.DKCKMHEK will
Santa ClausFor Pecan Auctions 'OITNTY Clerk of
Fine Business Fine Major tbe lfl.t.r
u, Atlanta, Ca., where he 10 takinga : I7TH., 1941 .. Witness my hand and official for Bradford { oeell ':vet
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I I' NOTICE M: HBHKBY UIVENthat ='" .alai Starke. Florida this December flcfltlous' .: '
Near End 1912.OFFICIAL i"lo.
t medical .
r'' h; The City can pay for police many years, according to I course.Recently pursuant to f ctlon 9 atI'haptor 2nd., Wonder "t"trwad Jf
,' protection and other bills as well : Dr. M. J Ford who related the. I he received an appointment U29d! I Lawn of Florida, An( Clerk of. SKAL Maid )Court.A. J. Thomas We are Mh q. Ind
? I I Continued from one) of t937. known an the M17K-' nell" 1i14g"d 'not
( page follows: Art at G.
If buslneaa' keeps on' like it has story, It has been the custom of' that read as .'11 yo ACT the following dH crlb.td. A. W. Child lt'.tr! ; Jr.i'lf.HI. Augustine Starke. Itradtordr Th.'I"!
1 bf'enolng/ recently. Not only In I Major node, wherever he nan more than in five or six years "Know Ye, that reposing special land In Bradford. County Florida, Florida. 12-4 4t !22liNOTICM That the said' uulne'" ]
confidence in the will be ott..r..d for sale at public and operated } .+
in light and been, to furnish Chrlrtmiis dinner i trust and best OK IVTRVTION TO by "
there good revenue ha said.T. ( outcry for the blithest and I parties. tulle',
+ water bllU but the Mayor collected for a number of underprivileged : Patriotism, Valor. Fidelity and cash bid. BUbJfrt to the right of KKtilNTKIt Notice In KICTITIOI'H. NAME e. e. lod".rd:
i ; W. Overmreet of Hellbronn GRIFFIN the trustees of he Internal Improvement hereby given that thaunilerxlRned ens d
Running true to form, I Abilities of THOMAS under the .
$300 la forfeited bond In I boys. has Bold 800 I Fund to reject any and provision idstthlsr25thuday
Y only four oases Jn recent days. ,' thin year he In planning to have I Springs already RITCH I do appoint him ENSIGNIn all bide, at the Courthouse .beginning of Chapter. 20053, Laws of Florida, I 4t n-1I .f \urn
I 20 bootblacks and newsboy pound, and will have about 500 I the Naval Reserve of the nt 10:00 o'clock A. M. on ". ,,- -- .
Two Georgia women put up> $50 young more. They have averaged 20 the 18th., day of January A. D. ,, -
out at Camp mantling for I United States Navy t a rank 1943. Hu: ....mvnt for road right of -
b ." 4 each for very "dlHorderty cone(I Christmas dinner. Tim Jordan Is cents per pound BO far. :Mrs. I from the 23rd day of October. : way ZOO feet wide will be reserved
Haul Stewart just the' from any parcel through which
duct," and were escorted by the /going to see that the boys are I across 1942." This appoln t m e n t was I them IH. an existing/ State Road.
t i I will ]line In Alachua County, has only the President and by Lot 1 nt flock 1 Ward City, Hue.S .
+ the county line, and transported there, and they pIped by
police to o
I .
35 or 40 trees, but has not yet Twp. 7 R. f.K. 20 1')
H 'man and woman each put up be chosen from all over the Frank Knox Secretary of the Lot :Z I of Block I Ward City, Sec.
!! received leas, than 20 cent, she 8, Twp. 7 H, Kn. 20 )).
Navy.
for selling whlpkey. County.CLASSIFIED
+ 1 { } $100 said. Friday wan her first tripto loin 7. 10. II of Block 1 Ward
born and rearedin Sec. &. Twp. 7 S. R K.
Tommy wan
the Starke market and he lit of Block S Ward City Hec.
. .lrl ADS was well pleased with the auc- Starke, and he is a young 8, Twp. 7 H. ItK. 20 B.
man of whom his native town Lot II of Block S Ward City Sec
H I tion here.E. 8, Twp. 7 S. KK. 20 K.TUIT8TK1CH .
1 1tia
O. Crimea, who representedJ. may well be proud. : OF INTERNAL: tMPKOVRMKNT FOTHE
; v FOR KKNT 2-room house, com More will l be clone Dec. 25 and F: FredrlckSHon of Keystone :OP "FLORIDA FPNIJ OF THE

pletely furnished for light 26..hln". you a merry Chri,- Heights, stated that they had 84 Com. Ensey Here By A.STATE J. Thomas. ARcnt Trustees. .,
i h, housekeeping. Also rooms in rriux. Hlwtrunk Feed & Seed Co. acres in pecans, and had aver- I. I. Fund Bradford County. It
Y home furnished" for housekeeping. Itp Lt. Commander and Mrs. Lot -
}
20 cents
thus
aged per pound
"l Electricity hot and cold Enaey were here for a few hours, iv rinrriT coi'HT nIl"1"0110
far E. L. Crawford, who lives POINTY' KLOHIllAt I.N CIIAMCKIIV !;-
r water. Go to Hellbronn Springs, BURNISHED APARTMENTS, last week visiting the former's
four miles northwest of
take left hand turn and go 2 Waldo, 14 ml. south of Starke, Starke, mother, Mrs. C. R. Ensey, and Paul B. Good Plaintiff vs. Virginia ENTIRE
mHeo.-I* L. Conner. 12-18 2tp I 1 and 2 rooms. Electricity, hot has already'sold more than $300 other relatives. Uood. DefendHnt. ('aB > No. 204t.! FAMILY
i, 4tt worth of pecans off of SO trees, Y ORDER; OF PUBLICATION
water, inner spring mattresses,
; was flownup AND NOTI<'FJ TO APl'KAK:
ly 8t WANTKD or 6-room unfurnished ; Frlgidalres. $25 per couple per and hat about 200 or 300 pounds Com. .Ensey recently STATE OF FLORIDA to: Virginia MENS ROBES $2.95 $6.50
$950
Islands in the ,
more to market from one of the flood. whose residence IB 2238
hou.se. Permanent renter month. No children or pets.Mm. .- HarrUonburir, ROBLEE
kK North 6th Street
SHOES FOR
Joe M. Barnes of south Caribbean-no that he might MEN
Lawtey aver
Call or write F. J. Shaw State I Maude Wesley tf PennHylvnnla.
U 12.18 aged 19 1-2 cents on 500 pounds take command of a larger ship I You are required to appear on.fnnuary ROHINIIOOD'&-BUSTER BROWN
Farm, Baiford, Fla 4tp In the above SHOES
4th. 1943,
?ziir GOOD''' PROFITS c-an be made already old off 80 trees. .1..1. to which he has been ordered. mimed Court, and cauno. wherein FOR BOYS AND GIRLS ,

l t Htfflm FOR s ..LF.dto"dHouse." 11 with potato chip machine for Moore of Starke has sold 744 While the name of the ship can- nlulnllff, Hi-c-ka Hvorc. Bradford
c I I not be disclosed, it is known that County Telegraph hall publish this PAJAMAS HOUSECOATS AND TIP TOP
Ayl furnished bedrooms, kitchen, Male at reasonable cost.,, Good pounds from 2 1-2 acreti for Order In next four weekly iMouex. UNDERWEAR
i +/ dining room, 2 baths. For Information -, condition. Mrs.. Titus Olwon, which he averaged 20 cents. the position as Its commander is Witness my hand. and official FOR LADIES
N. T. Bitch I a promotion for Ensey. seal nt titiirk.Florida; Inltt December SPECIAL PRICES ON
see Mrs. 221 S. Walnut Starke. lip Luther Powell sold about 6,000 Int. 1942.OFFI'fAl. DRESSES

i Starke. Itp11KLP pounds from 100 trees for his! ( SIIA!.) A. J. Thomas ODETTE BROWN BILT SHOES FOR LAD! .
{ FOR RENT-Small 4-room house of said Court.
An dork
Mrs E. S. Tiaon. Mrs.
'I aunt, New InspectorEdward ALL KINDS OF BABY
I 12-4 4t 12-2S WEAR
J1 '1 Female.
Cecil Whitehead
t1 t, WANTKD: EX-'I Lights. Apply Volley L. Starling; sold 1,000

perlenced waitress. Good Lawtey, lip pound. from 25 treea. The least II. Johnson for the past BEST ASSORTMENT OF LADIES

t t ary and meals.l Vaughan'a FOR RENT -- 4-room furnished she hall' received was last Friday several months venereal disease 1'\1 M"VTV niiri'iT. ', PM roritT>l a Castle Lunch. 201 Temple Ave. Investigator with the Bradford .
-18.6 cents'! -and the highest was BLANKETS $1.35 $1.85 $2.75
cottage 2 ml. north of Key
Itp Harry I* Oenovar, Plaintiff V8.
24 3-4 cents. County Health Unit, has accepted :MyrtlH U..oy..r. Defendant. Cane SPREADS
stone Heights, Road 28 at Mid. $2.49 TO $6.95
1 R. B. a place with the City of Or- No. 201)0.
Alvarez of Starke, sold
: + FOR SALE Large gas range lakes, :2 ml. from airport. See ORDER OF PUBLICATION='"
1 114 with tank. Slightly used for a W. L. Andrews, Box 565, Starke 2,500 pounds from 100 trees, lando as Sanitary Inspector. Mrs. AND NOTK'B: TO APPEAR
for which he got a "good price.", Veda Bell haa;been>> chosen to take STATE OF FLORIDA to: Myrtle BARKSDALE'SSTARKE
year. Good condition. See Mrs. Itp, Oenovar whose residence la Un
Rltch at the Bradford House. I He has 500 or 600 pounds yet to: his place "and assumed her known.
A1
J! ': Itp WANT TO RKNT-Three young sell W T. Wasdln. of Waldo, has I duties in that capacity Wednesday Yuu are required to appear above on FLORIDA
; January 4th., 1943 In tie
ladles desire to rent either an already made over $1,000 from I named Court and cause, wherein

( FOR SALiK: '35 Ford coupe, good apartment or a large convene his 75 tree!!, and still has 500 or Mm: Belle f rmel'ly..of Madison plaintiff Meek divorce. Bradford

''t running condition, good tires. ient bed room. Box 606 phone 600 pounds not yet gathered."It I has been Gainesville (for the .

J4441 q $200. cash. C. G. Manlre, 410 76. Starke. lip has been a good year. I made last three arnica half years where I

Eaat Madison street.. Itp the most I ever made. The best I her husband was a law studentIn NEW
THE
( CHICKS: Help your country and I ever did before was $750. 1.I. the Unlversltyo..Florida. He

j" ? FOR SALK: 1942 Florence: heater, yourself. Day old chicks.-W, have had ax. much In, pounds but received hjs commission as a 2nd
'
2-burner condition. Also Leg. and N. H. Reds each Tuesday not in money." LieutenantIn! the Army and on
good
1 { baby crib all metal, good con beginning Dec. 29. Place J. L. Wynn of Hampton, has October 1 was stationed at Camp:

li t+ dition..-H. T. Haley, 326 N. written orders and $1.00 to already sold 2,500 pounds, and Blandlng. They are living at WAR TIRENOW
1k
: Walnut, in rear cottage. liply' guarantee taking. Price 15c hUll only a few left. J. H. Mooreof Kingsley Lake. I
:i each up to BOO 14c each for Lawtey has sold 800 pound!
500 or more, THE KEY I:* TIIK COI'HT OK TILE COUNTY
NOTtCR --' Silvertone console and has 200 pounds yet to market JriMiK. lIHAIIfOUII CO I!>TV.
ff HATCHERY Hr mpton. Florida. Mrs. J. L. sold FbOHIIIl.% FllOUtTK.
model No. R.'1:15010: to be sold I Gentry has 4,000 In re: Kittate- ON SALE .AT
{+ rV( by Mayeu Radio Shop. 12-11 2tp LOST Wire-haired fox terrier pound. which Is "about all" she U..c..M.d.W. Mourns I

puppy. Reward. Phone 134 or To all Creditor's and Person Having
L FOR RENT 178. It has.Methodist Claims or Demands Against
.. Said Estate:
Two Apartment ChurchAll You and each. of you are hereby ANDREWS MOTOR C
FUralalMHl. Clean, 6,Mile,.From' IF YOU WOULD BUY OR SELL notified and required to prwfwnt
1 ': i Starke milk cows, stock cows, beef services at the Church Sun any ,claims and demands which
t :you. or either of you, may have
; ''t Low Beat cattle stock bulls or hogget day will center around the Christmas against the estate of D. W. Moore.

?J 1' W. T. CLUTE REALTOR in touch with J. D. Odom. Jr., Message! for the Church: and deceased, late of said County to
the County. Judge of Iiradfor TIREs
4 119 .:.. Cal\ St., Starke Box '247 Starke; Box '204< Lake the W rld. County Florida. At hilt office 1 In NEW GRADE 3 GOODYEAR
% City Telephone 4S1.Lake City. There will be services at 11A. the court house of said County atSttrk

t 9 Auction market' every Thursday = M.and at 79: P. ,M. The CburchSchool *..month Florida\ ,from within the eight time calendar of Credentials

WOOII:8T: CASH PRICES-raid on all classes of live stock will meet at to,A. M. an4 the first publication! of this notice: See The Lock! RationBoard l Fbe'Proper

C /., for dew rottoo rag*. No but- at Lake City 'at 2:30 P. M..WANTE.D the Youth .Fellowship will meet Each claim, m*Ofr,nhaH.demand.vtata shall the be place l1 Inwrktlnir u1 Purchase These"Tires

v. r toesBradfordOounty: Tole-! at 6:30: P. M. of residence and pout office aitdrena ,
of the, claimant and hall be
tl graph. If The Church School will have a worn to by.,, the claimants their

'OF Ir,?'. 10 Bus Operators, Christmas program, and. tree Wednesday such Kent,claim, or their or"* demand' attorney not and HO filed any .... 'V ." II. I

FOR IMMEDIATK SALE evening at-7:80: o'clock.. shall ba void.

t 4 'r. t FARM of the late, H. J. Rolling, Men experienced on heavy duty A cordial Invitation la extendedto All ndmlnlntratrlx Mrk j Florence of ,the Estate J. Moore of.,

( containing about. 120 acres, truck and HenU-tnUlem given the public to attend any or I>. W. Moore., decwaxed.Flrnt .

{' 60 acres of cleared land, located preference. Can work eveningsor all of these services. 1942. publication' December 12-IS 4t 18th 1-8, ANDREWS MOTOR. COMPA1

I about 10 mllea w eat of week-ends or both. Good pay. O. C. Powell Pastor.

t Starke In Section 5: Township Applicant must be neat In appearance > Not everybody with a dollar

1,' 16 south range 21 east. Terms: unit have good local Navy Ensign to spare can shoot as&ral.l1&'ba& gsa FORD PARTS & SERVICE
cash. Write Ruth D. Rolling reference Apply 10-2 dally everybody can
t -
Adm'x., Ablngdon, V>., or see OrangA LInN Inc., Illanding Center Tommy Rltch arrived here hoot straight to the bank and Phone 118 Starke, Fla.

Marcus: F. Brown, Starke Starke. Ask for Mr. Bntntley. Tuesday to spend the holidays: bar War Bonds. Boy your

12-11 2t 12-5 St with his! mother, Mrs. Carrie 19%' every pay day. I

Ritch, and his uncle and aunt,
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