Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: December 25, 1942
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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 )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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!:, FLORIDA. FltlUAV, DECEMBER: 25, 1942 j

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[,4,030, Growers 252,464 SeedlingsSet Three Boards '

328.25 f Army Mothers Will Meet


file Starke Farmers Market In County Monday AfternoonWith

I.e State of Florida,, In the r C .l ;t ..'; To Be Honored only nix more days to go )y
closed, both In the .
nor (at Just I before reaching. the deadline of
poundage of pecans gold and "Since organized forestry work Although January 1 H not December 31, at which time the I;

average price paid per started In Florida, over 21 Brad- H, ultimatum of
9e Mothers' Pay, In the opinion of Dr. Henry Manson,
ford County landowners have set Julius L. Thorn and his co-work- State Health Officer will go Into

DIE! ] vine' gales were held here, out more than 2 26" seedlings," .,;: era at usa Club No. 1 (YMCA), effect with reference to the llrud-

:ting October 30. at which a reports Extension Forester L. A. '. .g r it Is a good time to honor the ford-Clay Health Unit, no official y

j of 141.030 pounds of nuts Zorn. 'These pine seedlings, mothers of the young men who action has yet been taken to keep y

(Sold bringing growers a re- mostly the fast-growing slash a .,. are serving In the armed forcesof It >n operation after that date. ?

,of $28,328.25-an average of variety, were secured from the. the United States Hence, On December 16 Dr. Hanson

[t cents per pound. Florida Forest and Park Service.In : from 4 to 6 P. M. on that day a wrote the Board of County Com-

AI I the final sale of the season, 14 years, after a small begin- r\\\ .\" New Year's reception will be held mls-idoners that "all activities of sx!

,t list Friday volume was well ning in 1929, 0,000 planting co- .- In their honor. The program will the Bradford-Cloy Health Unit

expectations with 17,529 operators have pet out 45.000.000e ., : \ t. A + : ., .:, ,' .. be In charge of Mrs. .Flunk Wil- will be discontinued with the exception -

I i bringing the growers $3- dling pines throughout Florida < t son, president of the Woman's of those activities directly

A I.p.ecords I. "Usually the young pines are : Service Organization concerned with venereal disease sl;

fl show that 150 growers set 8' x 8', 8' x 10', or 10'x10'apart. l' ; :; : It-T,::: MASt :\ "We want all mothers of boysIn control" unless sufficient funds

I pecans on the market here I Landowners have had the the armed forces to consider! were provided before that time.

i salon, many of them bring- best results when the seedlingswere t"
nuts from 'other counties properly planted In Decemberor r'1' \" present on that occasion", Mr. cltf, CommantllnK Officer at Camp
l January. Survivals have ; : : Thorn stated yesterday Blanding, "In order that you may
|L M. White, manager of the aged from 70 to 90 aver- 'lJ'F'}: '1/1"; ,. i ,' ,'.." I'4:,I','',/;;t,, 0 d take whatever step, you deem
cent 'I
per ex- '
nt, attributes the success of cept where poorly planted i:pO;"". ." :.; ,' I'\ I : ':.>I"., I r.. : ,'t' Green Believes necessary to safeguard the health
or .
tiles here this fall to the / -, ,. .
> .
i .
when fire runs through the young ",. ,, .J ,. and safety of the personnel In
i cooperation of the growersthe plants. A two man crew or one ..- "ff Nursery SchoolTo your command."

splendid assistance of man and one boy have planted ContinueThe This. much ban been done, however /
nty I Agent L. T. Dyer, who M11ILEiftRY ary Agnes Matthews, youngest member of the Telegraph force takes this
from 1,000 up to 1,400 slash pine opportunity : Monday at 2 P. M. a meeting
I like iconskleiable sales time and effort I seedlings: per 8 hour- rfav. Usually to wish all of our friends a very Merry Christmas and a happy and prosperous New Year chances are good that the will be held at the City Hall

firebreaks 8 feet to 16 feet wide ----- Nursery School, which hits been at which time the Commissioners

plowed around and through the conducted in Starke by the Works and the County School Board

W. T. ''Weeks plantings secure them best from Police Raid I Stolen CarQuickly Blanding Man Projects Administration for the huve been Invited to meet with

ribes Life fire," stated the forester. RecoveredA last 18 months, will continue, the City Council to go thoroughlyInto

even though President Roosevelt the, matter, and notify Dr.
Through the District Office
I i Africa I Florida Forest and Park Service,, Liauor JointsNight 1941 model grey V-8 Ford Shot By NegroA has ordered that the liquidationof Hanson of their- .joint/decision by

Lake City, slash, and longleaf sedan, belo n g t n g to Winifred the WPA '"e. completed by wire.
Isuff Sgt. W. T. Weeks, son pine seedlings and a limited number Hazen, was stolen at 12:25: A. M. July '!, In the r opinion of Con- The Commissioners' have pro-

A. Weeks of Starke and ,, of black cherry, loblolly pine, police officer W E. Thursday, Dec. 17, from In frontof white soldier is In the station gremman Lex Green. mlsed,to renew payment; of ,they

deon of the late W. T. Weeks, and catalpa (for fence- posts and Thornton and V.. F. Manning, with the residence of H. E. Tuckeron hoopital at Camp Blanding This he thinks 'will be accomplished $1,300 per,jrear, *and p.rhapllln-
) served as a colonel In the fish East South street and recovered assistance the crease it\eq" to $1,800-,'provlded
bait) are available. Seed by front \,
the aid In serious condition because of v
of M.
the P.'s
II War is now, doing his ,bit lings'cost'$2.33 .thousand 'de-: have been at 3.45: A, M. the same day a funds of the recently-enaoted Congressional I the Council will renew> Its appropriation
keep 'em rolling !In :.Africa. andelter per making it, rather uncomfortablefor shooting fray In negro quartersin '
livered to the nearest of- (just three hour and 20 minutes Lanham Act Funds of $8Ga nd the
_express those Lawtey Tuesday. night and .
who in the sale [
3 that be wrote persist
recently' Maude's lunch at Board of : '
fled or 1 1,7$ thousand later) near room from this Act will likely tm used 'Educationw' giv a
yejt picked two .jtegroes--NathanleI
to aUtex Cr*. jpeory t Ben< of whiskey u\a county voted dry the corner' df, Temple Avenue and Hampton to like a l.OWU. ThereJs. HtU If
tt ,
up'a'1. the.pnraeryglusteeFlar.ldarPleuttp coma' :; Jt \.Mi"t 1"0alMltst ,
the and a .i .niumeij Anderson ;
it .,.Jacksonville: shows thattree by paopietSundsy"hight Pratt street. .m -*r to6i.i fi "'t'n-.tM-+ s 'EtftmiKJlMifetMMMtii..NIl'' .wnWt;
i largi s uovf ready for being held in County jail here for .''
of humor U unimpaired Mr Thornton and suitable '. continue its appropriation.r r and<<
i setting. During that short time the investigation 'in connection ing physical >equipmentand
pita the ups and downs of war. some M. P.'. raided the L & N mileage had increased 100 miles c with carrying on the administrative the School Board has' already
In this county through the the shooting.It .
Here are some Snack place on Temple Avenue, i gone on record to give the
excerpts: and slight damage had been done work of the Nursery School, money
Frank County Agent or the Florida Forest arresting the management for seems!' according to J. B. called the Child : If allowed by law. Hence, If Clay
Buck has tamed the and Park Service to the car, Volley F. Manning, now Protection
landownersmay running a disorderly house and Rowe, jailor, that two or three i will do its
ill, Stanley found Livingston, receive Desk Sergeant, stated. He and Program. County part, the Unit
up to 9,000 free seedlings gathering jup from the tables of white soldiers, after getting tank. seems assured for another
aa't throw the French lingo, for reforestation W. E. Thornton recovered the : Congressman Green has already year-
purposes.The the soldiers and the few civilian but Dr. Hanson will have to be
ed beer
lj up on decided to down
second-hand harems exist, Container Corporation of car and suspected two go taken very definite step toward '
patrons 16 flasks of I notified at ,
whiskey once
i no Arab, and I'm becomingold America, Fernandina is offering pouring out its contents. Ac-, soldiers; but they did not have to negro quartets" and have a the realization of this goal In

"I doing man,In so Africa I aSK? you--what these slash pine seedlings! to encourage cording to Desk Sergeant V, F. sufficient evidenceto arrest them. good Ume. One or more of them Starke.headquarters Ho has wired In Jacksonville both StateWI'A Brooker Girls

reforestation to those Manning, who reported the arrest was beating up an old negro by
They I left the keys in the car
and head In
Telebratea my birthday; withbang who will properly plant a ad protect the management promised to"flre" the name of Charley scot when Regional quarters Organize "
Atlanta, Ga., requesting that
thought of It four days the trees.Colored .
Hope Christmas does not all present employes and someone with a 22 rifle began blanks upon which to make application Junior Red CrossThe
hire new ones, and to close the One JobNobody
''t I away from me-guess It's still I shooting one or more of the for assistance from these
Students place on Sundays.Thursday
high school girls of Brooker
k the 25tb.'Haven't shoto taking effect in the sol funds be forwarded to the County
Dec. 17, having already Board of Public Instruction: together have chosen as their part in G
[ eaten a meal in quite Aid War EffortThe dlrr's abdomen.
lie time without Arab produced plenty of evidence WantsOne with all necessary Instructions helping to win the war, that of
a n
Officers Thornton and Sheriff A. O. Andreu stated to the organizing a Junior Red Cross
ding as
over me. Will have tocb students Hampton TrainIng proper pro-
i a couple home with me so School like their brothers In Manning arrested A. Hartman, yesterday morning that he had cedure to follow In making ap- and doing the best work -possible.
1 be of the toughest John to absolutely no evidence against the plication. The officers of this organization -
able to digest my food other schools throughout the proprietor of The Spotlight, who,
two and could not hold
show Its heu In Bradford negroes
<| are:
> They make United States have become war
excellent comasnever at the order of Mayor L. A. them unless
I minded and their County in connection with the some Red Cross Chairman Betty Palmer.
are doing part Aids
say a only
Canova, posted a $100 cash bond. proof was forthcoming as to their
war effort up to this time I Is Vice Chairman
for the boys in camp and thoseat -Phyllis Hasen.
Tm really getting fine I borne who will soon be calledto that of the head clerkship" In guilt. Army FamiliesThe Secretary-Martha E. Markey.

along Rites WednesdayFor the local rationing board. Treasurer-Eva
living the colon. Faye Galney.
as a The cll-
king. Home Service Departmentof
Hour are long, work It hard Midnight ServiceAt
'fa Is right down my 'alley-as Approximately 12 young colored Mrs. Edwards and gratitude JH. lacking except the Bradford County Chapter, The girls chose, as their first

I owned an alley. men of Hampton have been for the 9123 St. MarksThe American Red Crone, under the project, kits to fill for our sol-
salary puld-
[Becoming an International rail- Inducted into the army and their Mrs. Josephine Edwards, a native month. capable direction of Mrs. Edward diers going overseas. They have

Boomer slowly but will ac brothers and sisters are keeping of Bradford County and long per birthday of the Christ Is Burnt" executive secretary, already fUled a dozen of these

ton my mission or bust. Will busy doing those things that time resident of Starke, died Mon Dempney Riipp Just turned ushered in at St. Mark's Episcopal proving a friend indeed to 1'1 kits and are now making a dozen

tame by July regardless of boys and girls can do to keep the day night at the home of her 'M Is at present holding down church In the traditional way families of service men who meet more. Bach of the following

far Here's wishing you boys constantly reminded that son-in-law and, daughter, Mr. and the job but his "number" ha with the Midnight service beginning with difficulties of one sort or girls filled a kit: Phyllis Hazen
a Mrs. R. O. Daniel, in irasota. come up and he ha already Betty Palmer, Martha L. Rimes, }
merry Christmas and very they have not been forgotten by at twelve o'clock Christmas another during their stay in
'ppy New Year" those left behind. I She was 87 years of age, and been called for military servicein' Starke. Eva Fay Galney, Martha E. Mar- t

Wore : death came as a result of injuries the army, being deferred Eve.The key, Betty Hazel Green, Louise
entering the Army, Sgt 'The activities of all clubs in Communion service will be Mrs. Burns states that more
"w was received In fall, together with day by day until someone ha Crosby, Winifred Crosby Hazel ,
employed by the Sea- Hampton have been geared up to a by the parish choir and Its friends than 300 Army families have been t
been selected to take bin
due her advanced place.It Crosby, Wllla Mae demons,
r wj Railway in Its Tallahassee a new high in the past few complications to those who like to share this service I assisted In some way since she
that who
NeetnM are
Ion. Mott Doris
; He attended school in months and practl c a l 11 y every age.Mrs. But much of the music will be started keeping records when she Mardy and Hodge.
II and later the University undertaking Is built around the Edwards was the daughter willing are not qualified for familiar to all, having been used assumed. office in June 1942. When they finish the kits, the

Florida and Oglethorpe Unlver- theme of. Victory. Though not of Joseph and Elizabeth Tru- the position and those qualified In this church for half a cen- There are many ways In which girls plan to make many more

i ', Dear Atlanta, where. he play- organized as a unit for that specific luck, pioneer settlers of Bradford the are rewponMlbUltle. unwilling to connected assume tury, and the entire congregation the American Red Cross worksIn useful things such as knittingand

football. purpose 'several of the students County, and was born on their with the Job ton the salary is urged to partlc pl 1'lJ. The cooperation with the men' In refugee making children.warm clothing for

I are knitting sweaters and large farm near Starke. She was offered. I music will accompany the ffnclent/ the armed service with the chief ..a

*1 Workers socks, buying War Stamp, and married to Wm. Edwards, who Anybody want a- jobTOn English rite which has been used objective of making the men .

they collected three tons of scrap preceded her in death many years practically! unchanged for 400 themselves and their families at Starke GirlAccepted Y,

"used At Camp metal and rubber.In ago and they reared their family years and much of which has homo as comfortable, healthy and

Uncle Sam addition to this work a Victory in their large home on W. Madison {Welfare BoardL. characterized the worship of happy as possible. '

thIs year Played to several Santa hundred Claus Garden was planted and a : St. Mrs. Edwards was A. Rennolda. retired Sea- Christians for 1900 Chrlstmases. Through the Home Service De- For WAAC Duty ;

, rl employed Victory Fruit Corner was started. I member of the Baptist Church board conductor, received his It Is hoped that all of the partment loans are made to servicemen's -
at Camp Blanding, and took an active part In Its Mrs. Edwin St. John, who before
congregation and its friend of
giving them Elementary physical education is commission this week from Cow families In emergen
a new home- affairs. In her her marriage was Miss DorM
an Barracks stressed each day to build organic declining years Holland former years'as well as many cies. Consultations and helpful
-located within She left Starke to make her home ernor .Spessard L. aa a Strickland, daughter of Mr. and
oIklng fitness for tomorrow. newcomers to Starke will know activities/ am dire c t e d toward
'', making Stance of their work -Roosevelt Smith. with Mr. and Mrs. Daniel in member of the District Board of that they are cordially welcome. meeting family difficulties; assistance Mr,. C. U. Strickland of Starke
It possible>> for them Sarasota Social Welfare from district num- has been accepted by the WAACS
live tires For those who can not do so Is given to disabled ex-ser
for transportation and gas formerly More Join Seabees She Is survived by three daugh- ber 5. There are nine membersof there will be service for Com- vice men and their dependents and Is n o w in Darien Conn

Camp to and ters, Mrs. Daniel, Mrs. C. V. the District Board, and Mr munion without music on Christmas end to descendants of deceasedmen awaiting her assignment.

The first' girls William W. Cope of Starke has Simpson of Gainesville and Mrs. Rennoldrt Is the only representative Day at 10:00: A. M. In presenting claims for compensation Mrs St. John has made her
moved Into the
rt'IIcks last been called to active duty with Henry Freeman of Miami! two and other government home In Darlen for the past 15
week V and have J. W. Edwards Jacksonville from Bradford County It benefits. months and has been employedby
at their the Navy's Seabees and will leave eons Methodist Church
since that desks earlier than' Jacksonville Sunday, Jan. 3. witha and Roy Edwards, Baldwin; nine Is understood that he Is filling This service! also helps to locate the Donde Nut Publishing Co.

a gOod time, special draft for Camp Peary at grandchildren and four' great the place made vacant by the All college students who are at men In armed fOI'cell. encourages In Greenwich Mr., St. John son

the' girls have night's been refreShed'j Magruder, Va. grandchildren: resignation of Mrs. W. L. Andrews home for the Christmas holidaysare ,communication between soldiers of Mr. and Mrs. V. S. St. Johnof

B1aridlng from Others from this section, also Funeral services were held Wed- Invited! to a special service at I and their families; gives information Stark., has been an apprentice j
towns of Hampton, who resigned
miles aWay. as Jar ,as called for the special draft, are nesday afternoon at 3 o'clock In the Method l Church Sun day I concerning regulations and seaman for the post four

Situated Emmett O. Elder and Adrion the DeWitt C. Jones chapel with I owing to the difficulty of obtain- evening at 7:30: o'clock. After legislation affecting service and months, stationed in Iloston
P headquarters directly m back of Covington, both of Lawtey. the Rev. A. E. Llghtfoot officiat ing tires and gas. the service there will be a fellowship ,ex- ervlc men and their' dependents Mass However, last week he re
designed hour at the recreation ; cooperates with the military ceived a medical discharge.
accommodate used for ing. Interment was in the family The commission, which U sign
Ploy@!! dOing? jobs*those civilian Seabee volunteers advance and mobile plot at Crosby Lake Cemetery, ed by the Governor and R. A. building. This feature of the and naval authorities by obtaining Mrs. St. John expects to be
that of
release the
ere for active building the continental with the Rev. Fred Yerkes con- Oray, Secretary of State, says evening Is sponsored by the Wes nodal history material required assigned either to Des Moines,
e.are duty the bar- bases outside At ducting the final rites. that Mr. Rennolds Is being appointed ley Fellowship class which will for medical treatment and Iowa or the new WAAC bade at
I 14 ,double Quipped with single limits of the Active pall bearers were C. A. to this position "from the have charge of the recreation and by making reports on home conditions Daytona Beach, only a two-hour
centers -
rooms training
a day room Naval construction The Is InI needed by commanding ,drive from Starke. She has askedto
realllng Ad- 18th day of December 1942 until refreshments. public I
''" several weeksof Knight, O. L. Beasley, A. Z.
tea and a '-writing and they are given training before being kins, J. C. Hoover. A. O. Andreu the 7th day of a.ray'1944: during voted) to this service.-G. C. 'officers In deciding questions of I be assigned to the Motor\ Corps
reception for
.?. room specialized sent to foreign duty. and Dr. W. E. Mlddleton. the pleasure of the Governor." Powell, Pastor. discharge, furlough or clemency. j is an ambjjjance driver.IFR .

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spent the week-end In Jackson-
1 4F h ing all who might look up and believe. And Adolph

; F w The Bradford County Telegraph not alone has this grand message of cheer i ville.There will be services) at the t -then the" three brnllo blind sad Ink

the hearts of that part of the Oa&&me91 rUn with
tabUhed:. 1877 gladdened Baptist church Sunday morningand Jour ten D.
f"i world in which it was first read, but it has I evening led by Rev. Rawlins, every 10 War
MBMBE pay day,
of Gainesville.Mrs.
4 f f spread to even the darkest corners until
*FLoran\pRESSAssociAnoN\! the solace of Author "How Win Friend =; Carrie Kalch has returned
NAUQNAL EDITORIAL AssooAnoN: .\ today every heart can feel of to from the hospital. We, are gladto
the sweetest story ever told and then takeon WARM
Ig a and Influence People. hear she la Improving. GREETIN|

; C. L. Matthews __________ Editor and Owner new hope. Mrs. C. I* May, Mrs Geraldine

I / SUBSCRIPTION ICAIK To the citizens of Starke and vicinity, Williams, Mr. J. L. Williams and GLAD THOUGH

Yearly. $1.13: Nix: Months. '1.00 we extend the greetings of the season. We Miss Ada Nimmo were shopping AND HEARTY WIS
I .. Christmas. For each of in Gainesville Thursday of last
wish you A Merry A 'PLUS' FROM TWO 'MINUSES'
Published Weekly on Friday and Entered M See- you we hope that the star in the east shinesas how to handle people. He is week.Mr. FOR A
who knows
i a man and Mrs. L.
F A.
dad Clans Matter at the Pout Office at Starke Wigginsand
i 1'1'f 1.b 1.? brightly and with a message as comfort- Ja-I11..S< Knott, who, until recently, was manager of the daughter, Marie, were guestsof
+Y ing as it did on that Ghristmas eve more Kntt chain of hotels in New York city and vicinity. Mr. and Mm. H. B. Wiggins
b II' +W. Other Things May Change than 1900 years ago. We want to hope I asked Mr. Knott to give me an example of how he Saturday night. W

But Christmas Remains The SameIn that the fast drawing to a close has solved some problem by straightening out a tangle among Mr. and Mrs. E. D. Durban of
1 year moment and told me
some of his employees. He thought a Lawtey were visiting Mr. and
this' day of rapid changes and warring found you stronger in your faith and love the story of the Two Rival Pastry Cooks. Mrs. J. L. Williams Saturday.

.w nations it does the heart good to know for your fellowmen, and that the blessings He was trying to build up one of his hotels. He had Rai CHPIsrrnJ.

( + that one custom has never changed since it that come from a life honestly and sincerelylived stepped up one department after another, then finally he
had madea
In his hotels he
came to the pastry department. (
was originated almost 2,000 years ago-the have been yours in abundance. Justas specialty of pastry, and played it up in his ads.) He

1 custom of celebrating the birth of the Prince men have lived by the star in years gone tasted the pastry. Fine. Excellent.He FQByiCTORYBUY

t of Peace. by, men must, if they would truly enjoy spoke to the resident manager about the quality of .

? it Again we arrive at the anniversary of living, be guided by it in all the years, to the pastry, and the resident manager shook his head.
"That trouble than
department is causing me more any
; that memorable event, the night when a new come. And we broaden our hope that by other department in the hotel. There's a war going on in

ti ',t" and brighter star gleamed in the eastern it you have lived and shall continue to the kitchen." I qLt STATES UNITED .,.,..,,, An0 A

skies, and men in far places paused to point do "A war! cried James Knott, and when he looked into I 4IAPPY'nEw
so.May (frue. The hotel WAR
the situation he found this was virtually
; 1 it out and marvel at its brilliance. It has : Joy and Happiness and Peace be had two pastry cooks and they were bitter rivals. Bitter? YEAR

fit' ;i'' been almost two thousand years since shep- the portion of every one of you as you pass They were deadly rivals. They were ready to plunge a e BONDS
herds, tending their flocks in the still hoursof this Christmas milestone and push on down pie knife into each other's ribs. 'SZ52sas2sBen

the night' stretched forth their hands asa the road of Life to a glorious sunset.A His first,thought was to fire them both. But there was STAMPS

i ? greeting to the newest heavenly diadem born a second thought, they were both good pastry cooks, Suslow'sArmy ;
1 he needed both.
and read* within 'it the greatest! sweetest Taste Of Things To ComeA Without explaining what he had in mind, he had a talk Store

: message that has ever come to gladden and military need for more gas, combined with each, separately. He found that each one considered,
comfort the human heart. In its brilliant himself vastly superior to the other. But that got him
+ with the acute transportation problem of nowhere. Then he discovered that one of the men prided
read that "This There Has
they Day
rays moving liquid fuel to the seaboard, causeda himself on his pies; and the other on his cake. That was
Been Born To The World A Savior." the He all the information he could about
4 'd.. stop order on sales in the Atlantic states key garnered
Almost 2,000 years, and yet we find last week.It the men, then told them he needed two chief pastry cooks. ro GOUwhose
.,, ,, i; ourselves as firm in our belief that that One a pie baker, and the other a cake baker, each to be

; I I'' message is true, and as steadfast are we in gave the home front a real tasteof supreme in his own department. They were- to be judgedby
sacrifice but Southerners who the results.
war-born ,
rejoicing those who first read
our as were
Both men were pleased. Each had saved his face, each
in 'it freedom from that were caught short, didn't grumble or com- friendly support hal! contributed
1 v an earthly bondage was top man in his field of work, and they were no longer so
> had kept heavy the hearts of all mankind. plain While the large newspapers rivals. Instead of creating trouble, the two cooks began greatly dut jug the past!: year, may we extend

Since the brilliance surrounding it has been thumped out "the.details, folks who were working together. They determined to make this hotel syr- a cordial and appreciative thanks.; May your
?' asked to do without gas took it with a grin. pass all the other Knott hotels so far as pastry was con-
the passing only make dearer
years Christmas be happy and the New Year
+ cerned. So well did they get along that at one time they
'+T The the street down here where
+: the story that star told in centuries long man on considered going into business together. prosperous.

A it + gone by. Faith and Hope are as strong in busses, street cars and city conveniencesare ------ .

j the breasts of humanity today as on the scarce, became the manonthesidewalkwith war stamp. Professor Morrow Is Owen Simmons were shopping In Z525Zsas ss"cTHE
always on the alert to do some- Jacksonville Monday.
morn following the of that star, a mighty fine show of the Southerner'sability :
thing for the good of his country: Mr. and Mrs. C. L. May were
y when the world awakened to find that in to make the best of things when as well as his school. A total of In Jacksonville SHOE SHOP
shopping Monday.
44p truth there had One of the going's tough. $18.75 was received for stamps.
? ," come 'capable sav- Mrs. Earl Saxon. Mrs. J. F. Across From Park Theatre

CAROL, ENTERTAINMENT: : Johnson and Mrs. Merle Rhames
HAMPTONBy Frances Wadsworth Wednesday. Miss Lois Ditty was hostess to
?unoRr ot'f sorr"r4 II. B. Wiggins Dec. 16. A beautiful devotional a group of young folks Sunday
pertaining to this sacred season night after church services The FOR
was carried out by the members, group visited homes x>f different .mt2
LADIES COUNCIL led by Mrs. Hester Griffin, the families, where there was Illness, SALE a
The Ladies Council of the president. Mrs. Ann R. Guy grave singing Christmas Carols for the ,
Christian Church held Its Christ- an exceptionally interesting talk benefit of people unable to be
mas meeting at the home of Mrs relating her own personal reactions out at service. Afterwards refreshments -
tOll. Yuletide Service. were served to the This
.co. ._._ meet-
Minutes of the November group.
ing were read and, roll called by Beautiful ii- ,
+ the Secretary Mra Wadsworth.I Miss Ada Nimmo, Mrs. J. W. New Home
r .A
Lii The membership contest for the Horne and Mrs. M. L. Wattersonwere w +c,

i N past three months was awardedto shopping In Starke Monday.

; t ti the leader, Mrs. Maude An- Misses Lois Ditty Ophelia Open For
drews, who has done excellent Bryan and Edna Dudley left Wed- InspectionAny a
i a;. .w yw JfRIlLJIKISTMt work In securing new membersfor nesday for their respective homesto
council. Votes for the
the spend the Christmas holidays.
: re-election of Mrs. Grl f fin 1 as Afternoon J
: \ Mrs. Wilson May and Mrs. .
president and Mrs.\
Gordon Wadsworth were shoppingIn West ,
: un- V -
as secretary for 1943 were Gainesville Monday. South St. .

animous. Pvt. Prank Bloss of Camp Ayer, t"' I
'1'.. Our LealCustomers The social hour,was greatly en- Mads., is visiting his slater, Mrs. In The r!

joyed as an exchange of gifts Mary Dyal, on an 11-day fur- Pearce

was made at this time and every- lough. SubdivisionConvenient
A Miss Madge Gay of Jackson-
bered. Mrs.
one was r e m e m
tsh May your every wish Wadsworth assisted" by Mrs. Mar- ville came Wednesday to spend floor plan. Two bedrooms, living-dining room, scientific kitchen baUi, foundry,!
9 come true-in this Jorie Wadsworth served delicious the Xmas holidays with her par- tacked garage. Ideal location. Mont modern equipment, Crane fixtures, hardwood floors auheat

IStthl coming year anti those refreshments to her guests, consisting ents,.Mr.B. and Mrs. O. D. Gay.K. (also fireplace), attlo fan. FIIA loan makes financing easy. Has been occupW only a
Watterson. Mrs. Ruth
of a salad course, home- month by the owners Mr. and Mm. Robt. B. Wear. Call for an Inspection any afternoon
following. made fruit cake, coffee and' hot Bedenbaugh and Mr. and Mrs.

AND chocolate.____n__ The originally designed -
center piece of oranges
B.sI 'kIl4Iuu. HAPPY NEW YEAR branched with fancy gum drops

was most attractive. Xmas dec- ;
FOR TNt orations were displayed throughout g! ; Shoppers-Re/axatioa!
and adjoining
the living room -
Now 1{ dining room. 'Ten members and for Christmas

one visitor were present. strong drain
v 15 a

p 1S25252S2S3SCall TheVictory SCHOOL I'KOGRAM gr ctl:: Christmas energies shopping, especiallY this year.

A patriotic program was pre- on your refreshing, detldous
Street Hot Dog Inn sented at the school house Mon- But you'find that a helps to relax the
day night by professor Morrowand of olden JAX Beer
-a & Popcorn Stand 125 W. Call St. his teachers. The admission g lass g It t --
charge was the purchase of one ,strain. Try !

'11---- _. _._._,. ..- ; -+, far Christ.as Givers-I nspiratiDn

1 welcome

r t t, f of JAX is always a re-
i case cheers
r ctr: one that gift
A MERRY SrMAS \ remembrance invigorates. JAX costs sos

.. freshes and case or tWO
: inspiration because a heartwarming apredation.
r year
t little, yet Why not give J AX

< reettn r .
Kindliest Christmas Greetings to all

of our friends and most especiallyto Our Christmas tmUl1 !

our boys in the Armed Servicesof t OJ4ri
meuage. it beat expressed -
our Country and to their families
by our sincere

and loved ones. "I.h! thai you may havea I ,

+ very !Merry Christmas I i
:May the next Christmas see you
and ,n Happy anti Pro- Bottle!
all re-united in your family groups, ))1JMBOFull Quart
pen/,". New Year. Ask lor ]JAX JAX J

Kti and a world at peace. i. te to buy
sssas Jumbo rationed bottle caps go
because. it. help- prevent a beer ahortagc.the bar ';;::,-, .
umbo. pour .
YourPortrait When you open a tightly and put it in -- I !
the cap '"
carefully replace until you're ready i'' A'
rtfriserator JnPx .',: .. '.
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next g
for your 1 1
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25, 1942
-- --
'! <
newsgal doesn't know about, bu

tar Pfl tradford if anyone manages to find ou i ,\ Couple of Yanks in a Jeep Morocco

High Journal (you might ask Bing Crosby) In

form (not reform) some of these' .

sassy (and I ain't just Jivin')

J JIITOltl.\I' STAFF $275 GrossedBy Senior I Sophomores.The Home. Economics
Idalou Davis Biographies I Saint Nick girls are! ,
chic t Sewell JuniorsOn having quite n time I making
ITS gdltm Virginia :M.\RION CREWS Hears From BHS Chl'I81mlll. cookies and candies

IlIfporl" June BlossPat.y Keen Xmas Dance Ralfonl. Florida welcomed Mar I I Mrs. (IU. S. 0) Thorn left some .+ "? ty orsaux osrasout

1"b Ion Crews on May 4, 1923. He I Here are some Interesting itemson I of the first period glils' In the
: y Alice June Harding Powell 'rhe much talked of Junior has spent his entire life in this the list of wants from St. kitchen tnow she ought to know /

1s' ', Jewell dance hus now become past his place. He has played on the foot- Nick by many of our (very dignified better than that---she undoubtedly) +

(1 L Lois Newsome tory. It was one of the. most suc- ball team for 4 years and has ) high school students and doesn't know them very well) b Y t t
: Eva Fay Galney cessful dances that BHS has teachers We wonder If Santa
1J' ever played I a. number of different posi themselves, and when she returned *
Martha Markey had. The armory was decorated tions. He likes all types of can find such things in his pack strangely enough, thereweren't l

;fiord Shirley Thomas ColleyClarice with mistletoe, (and It was used) sports' but especially football. At and whether he will bo willing any cookies left.

Nina Bishop holly and berries. There was a present he can think of nothing to donate them. Anyway, here Spotted and Jotted-Three

ytUTI'S OrtderP1TORIAL Christmas tree and for most he dislikes. Very agreeable person goes- bashful Biddies In the hall hue a

Edwards Marjorie dances this was the only light. Isn't he? He says that he is Onle Mae-tall, dark handsome day going to town on three luscious
I The throne was banked with outstanding for man from England.
nothing particular lollipops-you must remember
holly and red berries.Of ; however I think him to be Doris CI'osby-nlgger doll. I your place in society (I must bkhidin'

course, the crowning of the outstanding an an ordinary stu- Mrs. Evan*-A gallon or- so of ), girls--you should I be w

RS! LIKK:- queen was the highlight of the dent of B. H. S. I think that We real snow! seen slowly slppln' a spot of tea,

\. Is going to celebrate evening. The four candidates 'shall long remember him as one Eva Faye-red sweater and a ole' beans, InKeud of manfully

Christmas. Whether walked up a white aisle and stoodIn who can refrain from talking letter Miss! written In green Ink. massacring by the process of mite Looking a bit tougher than usual, these two Ysnks In a Jeep seem
", Ume front. of Mr. Smith. None of while all others are In an up- Stump--letter or letters tication a mesa of moolah. particularly unimpressed by the strangeness of their surroundings an
IS to or not she Is going: the girls and very few of the from England-and soon What certain senior boy put they ride Into the main part of Sail, French Morocco. The city of 8.flfrll v

a eked to think of the many audience knew who was to be roar.After he has jumped all the Alma H.-necklace of Jap ears one over on a certain teacher by In the first phase of the United Nations' Invasion of French North

V. i of her sons and daugh- crowned. Mr. Smith, who was to hurdles required of him here, he Loin N.-Big baby doll. getting her to sign an excuse before Africa.

CTI11 be unable to take perform the ceremony laughingly !) Intend to enter the Navy If the Sara. B.-handsome man fromSt. she read it? Students, what

of her festivities. She said that he was supposed to Army doesn't take him first. Pete. in the world are we going to do Wonder what the business was lout with him?
mill choose Whichever branch of Joe A.- -4 good tires and plentyof this that carried, Sara Into Chemistry j| Worried.
remember them for the queen and the only i' service he with faculty of OUl'.1' She
Ke< to with their verypreServe way he knew how to pick her enters he will b! a good specimen gas. then saw that she had agreed to class. Monday. Couldn't, bell Dear Worried,

fighting all of the rights was to say eeny, meeny, miney, j| for Uncle Sam to put to use, we Kdna: E.-My Senior ring pay him one dollar at the end of visiting red' head, could it ? I IWell I Why should you care? Tall or

I,reclaim as our privileges. moe It landed on Lora Crews. feel sUI'e.Fourth. the period. Keep guesnln' kids, UP Rommel said as he was short, if you like him and he U

symbol of those the sophomore candidate. A roar A Plea and I'll see if I can't find out an' making a rather hu.tly 1'01l1'eRt in a gentleman that Is all that matters -
| l Is a
i M which America was of applause went up from the Grade GirlsThe To The StudentsWe let y'll know after the holidays Northern Africa, Bye, kids- -I'm In the long run. Sometimes
we find worth fight- side lIne as the newly crowned Some Gift Suggestions Overheard taking a powder- people "kid" but they really

a !?land, It Is true that we are queen and her escort took their Fourth Grade girls; have the student body, were a few lads and lassies clln- See ya next week don't mean anything by K, ,

110 miss our loved ones ands places on the throne The queen j planned a party for Wednesday, asked by the Red Cross to fill cussin' what they" wanted for -Im'l' Editor:

> have them with us for, was then presented with a n Dec. 23 The program will consist soldiers kits. The word must not Christmas-Here are some of the Vox .. Dear Editor:, t't'I
| but Christmas 1942 can ankle bracelet which is to be en- I of poems recited by Peggy; i I have been received by most of statements made-Pat K. A male Pop, Jr.

Itory. |In the sense that weIon graved, Caldwell, Helen Whitfield and the students or surely the re- (any kind, just a man), Alice H. Dear have a very definite problem 4 Wand

new hopes and become The queen and her escort re-I I' Geraldine Shaw. Nancy Lee I sponse would have been more a rubber tire (Is she Kiildln'). Editor I would like a solution. I

IB the common bond that malned on their thrones while Knight and Dotty Sue Biggs will I I pleasing. Eva Fay G.-.-A gallon of that My boy friend Is In the Air wont a boy friend and there just

will be at sing "Silent Night" with two sweet, beautiful gorgua! golden. Corps so will! you please tell nix doesn't
arMmas; they the ladles In waiting and them!; j These kits ate made from. asturdy seem to be any one for
I and that the ultimate peace escorts started the dancing again. Ipaits. Dotty Sue sings ropl'anQand material furnished by the (some description hey folks--It what to send him for Christmas? me

Ife come, Let us celebrate After one dance Freddie WimberlY ]i Nancy sings alto. Dotty Sue I: Red Cross. All that the students raten. It. though ) culled gasoline. Would like to Know. Seventh Cradv.

Iiyln a way that is fitting directed the group in the grand i will also sing a solo. Popcornand I I are asked to do Is to fill the Bobble C.A year's pass to every Dear Inquirer, Dear S. G.,
[ hut never forget top march. candy will be given out and kits. Of course, they will be filled show In town-Freddie Wimberly
proper Mrs Armstrong. will read Christ- i I --A high priority number on false If you want him to write you Aren't you a bit young for that
a silent prayer for The candidates were all beautifully I' mostly by contributions, but Gil I 1 why not send stationery? The port of thing? Why not just be r
mas stories to us. We will 'we eyelashes. Margaret pin -
We should cele- get I
we miss!! dreseed.! Her majesty In of are asked to help. That certain tall dark handsome regular Army packs are welcome.A I nice to all of the boys and Interon
out school at 11:15: in the ,
Christmas but It must white Mills Buford In Don't /soldier, Is nice too If there will be of time*
pink, Miss morning.So I you suppose some engineer In Hawaii. F r a nee. picture you are plenty to
I something to us. It Is notin Davis In pink and Miss Moncrief I j far away from home, lonesome, No gel--A big red tricycle (gas sure ho likes you an awful lot. turn your attentions toward one?
which we merely ex- In blue. All of the candidates re-I long! I hope everyone has a1fl'rry possibly waiting!: for action, would shortage, know) Dot Epper S Kdltor: Editor
t gifts and eat. It Is they Christmas be glad to have of these
celved corsages as a gift from very one son-A good cook. (I'm always
of our savior who came the junior class. I -Dotty Sue Biggs reporter I kits, which will contain a few Dear )Editor: ,
Mrs. -Cookln'
available : Ca.Sandra
Kp.- -
se the world. In spite of necessities Item I'm curious to know If Charley'
The clues I and an or two 4 ACTION I RELIEFFOR
used cull
junior ; was quite they to me)
ing at war let's not spoile 5th Grade News I for entertainment? Maybe he has (Clark) Parker was with anyoneat
overwhelmed the Dew One retreaded
the Ailine
by response j j girdle
the dance If
meaning and spiritual not written home for a numberof Friday night
school to this Gloria B That certain coast-
gave contest. A --
j of the day by trespas- I A few weeks before Christmas weeks and now he hat pencil he was I didn't see her I won- ACID INDIGESTION
total of $275.00 was turned in. artilleryman In Virginia. Wantedby
those sacred things we decorated and Don't believe der where Garnlta was?
IIJIOII our room. We paper you that
The exact number of votes for all-Some more dances like
are open to us If we onlythe hung chains and pictures up but just thin. small deed will make .. Curious
each candidate was not able to be that one Friday night -it was a
[ desire or incentive to the thing which helped the loom him feel that the women and fel- Dear Curious,
I !
found this
at writing but we do honey
I In behalf of the staff and look best is the Christmas tree Iowa back home have not forgotten Charlie, to my knowledge: attended *
know that the seniors were second We wonder why Pansy was so
I for t ,
jfltor we now take time off It Is very bright and beautiful.It htm. Well, the whole cost the dance "stag" AH I
Could be tho
th'e freshman third, and the excited Monday It
& each and of Is the of Garnlta, why don't you ask her?
filling Is
prettiest thing in the one bug approximately -
juniors laft. It was a wonderful present she just received? EditorDear ,
} very Merry Christmas and S1.25.
dance and will long be remembered room.The .
1 New Year. fifth grades received The contents are as follows: CIIKIHTMAH DANCE 50cCarpenter's
by those who attended as one a Editor, ..
I. L. D. of the most delightful occasions letter from a little girl in Mlssiss- Small soap box and soap. Round and round I went, I like a boy two inches shorter

given by the school in some time.V. ippl. We were glad to get it. Dock of playing cards. I bought new shoes- than I am and what I want to Store
Of The Week S. Some of us have written to her. Package of cigarettes or smok- Had my dress to rent; know In, will people laugh If I go Drug
Dorothy Prescott has been ab- ing tobacco and cigarette papers. And when I was dressedI

It1IDlfft! : Aren't .Sls.ea'"...Ia sent from('School because of Ill- Shoe polish cloth. started t.o- prance
of the campus. If you Home EC. GleaningsWell ness. We have quite a numberof Small pencil with cap, if available For I was on my way

[think to just ask the fac- others absent for various rea- To the Christmas Dance.
[ Tbe simplicity of the style folks, Friday was our sons. We hope they all will be Package of envelopes and I ,
deadline on sewing (thank goodness Music wan playin .
i legibility makes it a very back soon. I paper. To our foithful old friend and our
to the Jive
sting and informative book. ). Are we glad? Yes we are. Pair of tun shol'lllcelf-40". Hep

(book Is just filled to the Today and tomorrow, with the i Waterproof match box, if avail- Couples were swayln cherished now friend, wo oy
l with etiquette to the boys help of Mr. Thorn, we're going: I An S. O. S. CallThe able and matches. Man alive; nA .
to make candy and cookies. My! I Mistletoe was drapln',
I1 little Package of double
to the girls). It Junior edge razor I
Red Cross did not
That the
bashful This is where the whole class blades. was cue, '

|"in favor Willie In Pretty how he Sue'sIng can gains a pound or two, includingme. meet last Monday due to the cold I. Small book (pocket size) detec- Romance was shapin', ''
glances. Can you beat It? I says, weather Legion Hall wa tive, humorous, etc. All of you knew- :
The book is
not heated and it HERR .
was too cold
Am I In the
I I well
might as gain
>Ic but holds the stu- says for Sewing cane (needles, thread, :
There be
a meeting. will no
On the beam?
I'll do It during the holidays anyway -
1 mind from the buttons, etc)
beginning meetings during the holidays. We Oh boy! What Christmas
In spite of myself. Yes sir, a
sad Nina has the opinion A card of greeting from the
will be unable to have any meet- Dream.
"iu boys need It, "Boys, it's7Read that's me. ings until we find a new chair- local Red Cross Chapter has also .> ]

it, please. You As I sit here writing, I wonder man. With Mrs. St, Peter leav- been suggested.If My thoughts were all coloredAs IBHRSTMASi

it, really you do." WellyoU what each will get for Christmas ing, we have no one to .help us. YOU decide to make a kit, bright as could be.

| see what one local las- Oh, gee, I can hardly wait to go How about tome of you people me Freddie Wimberly for further But 'twas only the lights i

a inka of it, read It ,and see snoopln on that great day, can who have nothing to do coming details. From the Christmas tree.

agree with her. Virginia you? down to help us? Surely this But with four beautiful queens May the Hew Year bo a happy and
the idea that it will do all I I've been doing a little i, won't have to die for lack of 6th Grade Girls Making the merry

| a lot of good."I considerof l Ing around as'to what Inqulr-I|; adequate help and cooperation! More color was added, thriving one for you, and sassy it bi M'B.
the most instructive dents think they're gonna get. ( Wfi are glad to have Janet Anderson (So says Earl Perry.)
-talnlng books I've read. So far here are a few of which I back after two weeks of privilege to odd to its .ucc.*..

!pst that every student In I put In a poem written by Fourth Grade Boys I illness And Doris Moncrief also. But after the ballI
8. I Betty Anne was weary and bent; I
read and Imagine Flynn brought a
take note. "Susie, herself. Can you -
Christmas Is here at last! Our ,
Is going the rounds so ? pretty Christmas tree. We havea
room Is with colored chains,
gay 'Twas well spent. >(
don't want to wants tea set library. We can check out energy > "" >-
get left out "Jean she a .
says '
icicles, drawings, red berries anda .
For you can see for yourselvesAs ; '
better books
get In the receiv- and dolly, lighted Christmas tree. Our the last period of the day,
l ne It Is promised for two One that cries and Is also! jolly. cabinet is loaded with gifts. So Madge Brownlee i Is Librarian. plain as can be,
The doggoned thing
ahead Janet Anderson is Ass't. Libra I
now. Clarice R. wants a little red
I do you wonder that we are all Made a poet of me.
E. L. E. wagon; happy? rian. Patsy Dew is treasurer and

One that has a picture on it, Mrs. Hart .Is reading "The Eski- June Caldwell Ass't. Treasurer. My! My! I Just can't seem, to VAUGHAN'S CASTLE

Smith Speaks like a dragon. mo Twins" to us. We like It We have a very nice baseball keep up with this younger genera -

And then there's dear Martha very much. team. tion. Seems like everytlme I LUNCH

I: Smith spoke last week to who wants a teddy-bear; Some of our boys are gettingto We wish you all a Merry Christ- turn 2 or 3 of them have poppedup Temple Avenue Starke J<'loridal

"dent body. His selected One that can stand and stare be expert baseball players. A mils and a Happy New Year Into young manhood or wom-

ore wag Psalm L Dot Rivers wants a tricycle. group of us play baseball every anhood. Yes Siree! Heard Merry s

w talk he contrasted the Gee If I were she I'd druther play period. Some of the boys 7th Grade BoysWe Beth Knight stepped out to her
do and do not fit In. have a bicycle. prefer football. first really and truly formal. Re-

[',' the example of the man Now our Snooky wants a magic Two of our 34 boys, Harold are very happy to have member your first big formal

luring this war, died; gave dolly Mixon and William Muse, have so many nice maps for our social affair? Thrillln", wasn't it? As

PMoIng more than was reed And also a red bal-ly been in our class only a short studies. tor Ole Snoop it wasn't one surprise -
hla line of duty. The Ona Mae Is already happy time. Harold came from Live; We had a very difficult test after another instead It

"lllan gave his life because 'cause she has a ring-le. Oak. We are glad to have them last week In geography that cov- was one embarrassment after an- l IIJ) IJ13'1'L'IJ111)IIIJIJ} }

foolish dealre How dlf- Well, folks my time is limitedso both. ered our work since school start other. Did you trip on your first

the Way ln which these may I wish you all a Merry ed. Two pupil. tied in makingthe long dress too?

IDeo gave theIr lives, and Christmas and a Bright and Glori- highest scores: Billy Smith Hear several cutles are goingto

dlterent the memory that eus Happy New Year. Senior Class News and Bobby Frazier, We are very be In a big U, S. O. show be- } ) ] ) ) .'

'e on of these two men Susie. Well we certainly are glad that proud of them. ing sponsored by Special Service
81111th; Claude Johns
10 requested the stu- our Christmas vacation has come, Officers of Camp Blandlng. One

do the things that are Glee Club SingsThe maybe when we come back we look at that handsome "Louie"
and acts of friendship I will have renewed energy. (U Ima Snooper and it didn't take me long to get

than give way to foolish girls glee club made Its 'think we'll need it for exams!) my name on the list of chorus And may the Hoppirx o A N
Done that To start off, I'll present y-ll girls Active Dancing Daisies so of the Holiday
may come our first public appearance at assembly We drew names for presents and
We'lI all come out better Wednesday morning, singing bad our Christmas party after with a little pro e- far are: Pat Keen. Nina Bishop, Season be your J

end! special Christmas songs selectedby assembly Wednesday.All Students, Students, lend Snoopan Margie and June Patel, Margaret through all the ji".". D

the director, Mrs. Wall. The the. seniors are anxiously; ear, Beam, Jimmie Davis, Wanda coming.- / oA ,a.
Xmas!, Xmas, is almost here Pearce, Margaret Stringfellow rryp, ,\\.
1 'Messagebehalf musical program was as follows: waiting for their rings to come, 1e'9 ""
"Praise the Lord and Pass the and hoping they wlll.be here for (hint hint) Lorene Moncrlef. Skippy Sewell
of the faculty and .Ammunition" Band. Christmas.We I'll receive any gift that you and Ima Snooper. Girls we're j JIEUJ]
It, I might give me, really heading straight for the
W th to express Notre Dame College Song were sorry to see Joan m
n and best Jones leave the Senior class. She So how about a tire or a gallonof Officers Club.
Wishes to Band.
It and patrons, for a cheer-you "Oh Come All Ye Faithful" "Oh has moved to Gainesville and will gas-e. (strictly corn, kids) I P. W Where was S. K. the YEIInEASTERN)l}

Uletlde i ill season and a New Little Town of Bethlehem", "It go to the P. K. Yonge High If this is too much for you at Fri nlte of the dance? Oh! That
Which Clear" this time reminds me, Freddie and Margie
We shale continue Came Upon the Midnight School.
T* Class officers met A pound of sugar will do me Reddish were dlscus fn' these two
b earnestly to work totoward Audience. The ,
victory. Though "Oh Holy Night" by Adolphe with Mr: Smith, Miss Stump, and Just fine.AhZmas. Mysterious Mertlea In the drug
Idly Xmas beautiful and overheard by two
store were
Joy may be restrained Adam Girls Glee Club. Mr. Rooks and they have decidednot -
at our Gab- .for this Xmas. Me re-port-port-porters of Uncle Sammy' Ladles When
conil<> nM of "Christmas Lullaby" by to have an annual AUTO SUPPLY
IIle for tell me there has been quite some they discovered their doom the
the survival of riel Girls Chorus. year. t
of good will", our ob- "Shine O Wonderful Star" by June Bloss. argument as to what the song first thing that entered their
this '"WhIte Christmas" really means. cranium was to scream. Now I
and V. S. ST. JOHN OwnerJ
year W11l also be Soechtlg Duet by Margie ,
Patel. Office sappl'-.01 mil kind for Some say it's snow on the ground wonder why? If anyone finds outI

\lillla Cvi'fely good wish, June"God Bless America" Band. sale at The Bradford County Others say It's the act of givln' wish you would let Ole SnoopIn
'orter SbA -L.N. and tkin. That's one your ole on the deep, dark, mystery.
Smith Principal, Telegraph.


PAfiK FttlTtt ?.

W. S. C. S. Members at Koch's Hugh's a Soph at around town this Xmas who Christmas party
I I"" SOCIETY: and CLUBS the U of F an' halls from Bran- won't be able to get back to the at the Woman W"dnesday,s'lub
i Enjoy Meeting'The because of
ford, on the banks of the Su- parental fireplace gas The entertalnmen but

.. wannee ribber Incidentally, an' rubber rationtn George of a dance, which oak the
Woman's Society of Christian of an an'' IDa'White wrote their mothers o'clock sagas
he's the proud possessor
i Mr. and Mrs Ed Prince St. Marks Church Service of the Methodist couldn't to
I enviable Sunday School record that they get Starke I Among the irue. !
Have Open House :I Has Christmas Party Church met Monday afternoon at Hasn't missed a Sunday in and about the only way Mrs. of the employee, and Were "'"l

+, hold :!I The Woman's of St. the church, and was presided over 13 years! Alderman an' Mrs. White could Jacksonville, ca I people
i Auxiliary
The shop of Starke- 1andlnK get to Tally on a bus would be Camp viii i 1
with the assistance Mrs. E K. Ferryman retiring
Mark's Church by
'? Tailors on S. Walnut St., was the (Mrx. Frank) Robinson to hold a couple of soldiers in Prior to
?4 a scene of much gaiety the day before Dec of the boy scouts and girl I president, with Miss Amy Coburn writes Mary friends that the chaplain their laps all the way Which enjoyed a Chrlstmus the dance, the
I Christmas when the proprie- ; scouts, gave a very delightful about the situation r 1'eiJ In
9 and acting as secretary protern.A has been overseas since Sept just sums up spacl4ilus Jiving '
i tore Mr and Mrs Ed Prince party for their own children beautiful devotional servicewas with the Air Force an' that Frank with a lot of us quarters at the 00111 of

held open house for all customersarid 30 little, Dec guests 22. The Tuesday Young People's afternoon I conducted by Mrs Charles III goes to camp in Atlanta In So long See you In the and Walnut 8tr"e'come'. ot Ma
i t. friends, both soldiers and Western Union Is They
Jan. Hear next previously
ld + be and Santa used her theme drawn
+ clvt1ian League gave a pageant Darby, as .wme,. an
Mrs. showln' Its appreciation of Ted -Carolyn floor underneath
Claua visited the children. the
Cigarettes, candy, cookies', fruit and The ladles of the Auxiliarywho the Christmas story. May by sendln' him to manage Pine tree'' in ,the pee

and assorted delicacies were placed had charge of the affair Annual reports were called for the Tallahassee branch Con- Yuletide Party room was covered with corner of

on the counters, where visitors \ included MrsvCluton Brown. Mrs. and the treasurer reported that grate! Sara Barefoot an' of beautiful gifts! hun
might help themselves, and coffeei't Rawson $173.80 had been sent to t. h eState Freddie Wimberly brlmmin over Enjoyed By StaffOf Among the
Edward Burns, Mrs many
<< and tea were served throughout And Davis, Miss Beryl Holland, Mrs. Treasurer and that 1782,7ft with plans for a big party Xmas Southern Bell Edith Cameron, chief gifts,
', t the day has been spent on local work Eve Understand Marjorie wa presented oper
Glenn Duke and Mrs. Milton St. with
ry } Mr. and Mrs Prince have made Miss Peter. making a total l of $906.56 that (Stump) Thomson an' the Lt. Feminine employes of the local piece Nylon dresser a w
t* r ? many friends since they have been had been raised and paid out. have moved from Tucson Ariz., 'branch of the Southern Bell Telephone Ana Poyner, matron set, and i

II In busineim here, and they received at Melba Priscilla Cox The chairman of Baby Specials, to El Paso, TexasIncident- 'Co., celebrated with a handsome leatherSEASON'S travelling feeeiv

,{ many good wishes for continued the Miss. Kate Strutb. reported that ally. Bill's slated to become a 1st

{ : prosperity ftom their Capt and Mrs..' Ralph Cox' 'of during' the past year'she had' received Lt.tbe first of the year Hear

Y bl i guests on Christmas Eve. Alexandria, LA., ann unce the $8,50 from the little folks the force at Carpenter's is takln' GREETINGSTO

t : birth of a daughter, Melba Pris- and same had been sent to state a lot of pains to see that Myrtice ALL

Baptist Circles used ery cllla on Wednesday, Dec. 16, Be- treasurer or used locally. Miss gets just the light Xmas gift .
t' Met This Week Miss fore her marriage Mrs. Cox was Struth also collected and sent to Seems one member returned from
+ rk Miss Melba Silcox of Starke. the Methodist Children's Home at Jax with a handbag, but somebody -

i The regular meeting of Circle quirt Enterprise a total of 2,508 cou- wild "It just doesn't look* -WHAT FUN!

Two of the Baptist W M. S. waa Eucn Coca Cola Employes pons, and these coupons have like her" so back it went. ,
+ held in the church annex Mon helped In the purchase of a com- Wouldn't be at all surprised If Bowling has taken the feminine

W t { day afternoon. Mrs. R. A. : Have Enjoyable fortable bua for the Home. the new number was something world by storm. It !Is a

ro # .! Thomas led the ''devotional and ley I Christmas Party According to Mrs. W G, Halle, In blue and a very appropriate Keep Fit exercise that is exclt-

,y, { was followed by prayer by Mrs A newly elected president, all circles selection Ing Instead of arduous. Womenin
s W. J. Epperson. Mrs. Thomas About 80 persons participated in will meet January 4 at the I increasing numbers are devoting .
the annual Christmas of the s. G. Denmark; write from Key
a party recreational build I Ing, and arrangements -
then gave a talk on the work spare afternoon hours
Starke Coca Cola Bottling Co., West that the Army Isn't half to
will be made for workIn
of Army Chaplains. Fun and Fitness
which wall held' in the American 1943. bad, 'specially if you find a con- at our Alleys.
Routine business wag conductedby
Join !
Legion Hall Tuesday at 8 P. M. genial buddy right off tile bat In
the leader, Mrs. W: B. Alexander
Girl V.. W.- Howard, local manager, hearts of the employes of the Seems he struck up acquaintance
and contribution was
+ and his large number of em- company.A with a young lawyer from I'a1
taken to supply clothing for underprivileged '
ployes played hosts, while the buffet supper was enjoyedand Jax duiin' their two weeks at
children In the Sunday
'si r c School. This amount will be ups guests included: F. K. Snell, Jr, later In the evening, Mr. Blanding and they were lucky THE BOWLDROMEAT
In General Manager of the, Florida Wilson acted as Santa Claus, pre- enuff to be sent to the same BLANDING CENTER
added to form the treasury as STARKE. FLA.
needed. and Coca Cola Bottling Co, and R. senting gifts to air. The Legion place for basic train In' S. G.

i The meeting closed with pl'ayel'by H. Dlttmar, District Manager Hall was beautifully decorated I pays "He's just like my old pals
Peter and their families; Fire Chief and with a Christmas tree, holly and Buck and Clifford. We became
t+ Mrs. W. B. Alexander, after
'' the Mrs. R C. Buford; Rev. and Mrs. other evergreen. Music was furnished greut tends from the start."
which salad served
a course was
: by Mrs. Alexander and Mrs J. H. work G. C. Powell. and their daughter, by,a jook organ installed Any mall you care to sendto TIMES CHANoc .
Jewell; Mr. and ,Mrs. Jos. E. for the occasion, end Coca Cola the following address will be

II L. .... ,.- Lord.The Wilson; and the wives and sweet- was much In evidence greatly appreciated: Pvt. StephenG. v AND WE WITH TIME

j Denmark, Provisional Training

4 GENERATORS AUTO GLASS lery, Fort Taylor, Key West Fla
ti l CASH FOR ABS: AND W. Carolyn Callstreet"Trudle's Hear Santy Claus brought
TRUCKS IN ANY at Ducky Llnsin a nice new reclassification -
} a CONDITION WE BUY I of 3-A Quite a surprise -
,, i JUNKED & WRECKED G. utter preparln' himself to

AUTOS don the khaki next Monday SEflSOITSGRECTIIIGS
the I'm glad I have a lot of pardx mother died, didn't she, Seems Morris .y
Randolph walt rejected -
+ Used Autos $Ys:>> up by When It corms time for Xmas mama?" ., :. "Yes, dear," Lucile 'cause Uncle Sam doesn't

HASKINSAUTO E card" replied "Well, when're they make shoes an' shirts sufficiently
At Yes, folks" This !in one time gonna eat her?" he wanted to pint sized ,.
PARTS the of year when it's nice to know know I G .t
North of Town on now IS you have Iota of friends who're Tip to last minute shoppers:

''n woo.. .. --------0- with thoughtful enuff to take time out Spotted an' Jotted: Faye an' Eloise Bullock wrap. the most

to select a card, address an en- Mary Alice Yarbrough home for attractive! gift package In town

Yrt\r velop, lick a stamp, and make a the holidays: from Montreal an' But she's probably In bed
trip to the p 0, Really a helpin' out with' the music at the with wrappers cramp by now May the New Year

lot of trouble In these hectic annual candlelight, service however Sudden thot: WOn- bring you a full

days If you don't believe It, Junie Parrlsh frantically shoppln der what you have to do to get a r measure of
ask the man who's .mailed some! for "Blackle", Blackman's Xmas bid to oite of those JWB Latka

Mont original output of the present Al (Tip Toe) Lozoff (potato pancakes, to you) parties' prosperityWONDER
season came from Martha an' showln' friends his notice No. 1 on Tuesday nights 7 See ,. ,..

"Travelogue"I Earl 1 Johnson whose greetings from Uncle Sam May Priest Judy an' Archie Green and Clair .

etched ((01' maybe I should ooohing an' ah Ing- over a gift Jean Mundy are proud possessorsof "

say scratched)) 0 n sandpaper! from England (via Sgt. Wallie ,brand new play houses .

Nothing like sending something Davis) Georgia (Haynes) Holiday Highlight: Hearln' 4-yr.-
useful and this card should Scanlan back In town from Houston old cuily-top Jack Miller reel Un'
MIDNIGHT SHOW make a swell fingernail file after Texas Seems Uncle S. "The Night Before Christmas" all

you've shown it to all your has taken a 2nd mortgage on the way through without a miss

THURS., DEC. 24 lends Prettiest of the lot hubby Joe Hugh Dorsett, Never could get beyond the Starke, Florida

methinks, was Evelyn Stump's 183-lb. hunk of blonde brawn, mouse myself ., Blue Note:
number whereon a snowy white helpin' out with the Xmas rush I Gonna miss a lot of old timers
lambkin gamboled on a velvety 1,.
maroon b a c kground t All

With sweetness an' light Many
others equally striking, but I

guess you've seen 'em all anyway ,
Robert Paige & .
by now ', > '

Sun.-Mon.-Tues. Twos worth a trip to the Arm- /1 .P I GJI .' :,.
') ::.L)U.1. ;
/PLE.LLa } .
las' ;
rrw+" wasap' ory Friday night Jus to get ::; \

glimpse of those luffly can- y' I.11"....;"',,,"-,,,,., MRS. W. B. MUNDY. JR.. PROPRIETOR ., S4,\ ,'C. !,;'M\.,!" "
t didates for Xmas ,queen'and It'a { ,'. ". : .
J ;: ,r.. BOX ellS ,1'/ ', \X.t''ff! : >1.
good thing, the choosln was .. ,, ,": ; .J.'J
done by vote, for I'm sure a ",', .. STARKE FLORIDA '., \.I,,)!::: '.. :

Judge of beauty would have gone ..1 ". ", '. ,.. ': '" .' ,"';< ,' .
absolutely nuts try In' to choose : ;.'(; ( pI d ,:c 4
between that foursome Dimin-
.. i :
utive Lora I.
was named the .. .., r. "' ,.
and she looked every Inch '

miniature queen 1m. gossamer Christmas
.r rdw. '
dress showered with silver ,'I, ',n' ,::. .

sequins Runnerw-up looked : .: 1942
equally divine Marjorie Davis
':: ).' ,
4 Dresden doll in pink net ."c. i

Gloria Buford also In pink .: r
Dear Friends
Lorene Moncrief in blue .
Incidentally the latter .
lassie' was r
_.. *
ii ii wi -- __
1 I by a luffly orchid
cor- As Christmas
ag!! Wonder If that's the : near and as 1942 draws to a close ,

George Flynn has been I we pause for a moment to, think seriously of life of
so hard an' savin his
pennies lately? what it means to us of its Joys and of its sorrows.

In order to cooperate with the Iy. One of the great Joys of life as we see it is its

pet In conserving powerha friendships. A true*
s i friend is a valued possession.
p fl4 ( ha),most of the dances were -:
{ sae
Illuminated only by the colored it What is true of ,
our personal lives
lights of the big Xmas tree ,:.' is also true of our

Effect was very pleasing. Indeed' business lives. We like to feel that there is a spirit .
the semi-darkness seemed to
: of friendship
do a lot toward making some rp> underlying each business transaction.

beginners forget their Inhibition rr ,
We like to think'
GARY GRANT and Join the stag line Notable of our customers as our friends. We

neophytes were Elton Powell, r like to value our business
as we value our
t'' DOUGLAS Darby Peek an' Ralph Alvarez

f Among the gracious chaperoned personal friendships. i .
+ JOAN was Dell (Mrs. S. S.) Dow- '
{ s. ta4fa ling !in a very becomln' ivory l.- As an expression, therefore of our genuine apprVcia".tion :' -.

\ satin formal Principal Foster ., of
your friendship
Shi Smith seemed to be bavin' a and all that it has meant to us ,

'' rANDM S. grand time watch In' the young we wish you and those whom you love a Joyful Christmas
In chart of folks havln' ,
a grand time .
Season and New
; a Year
Produced and 'a brim full of good things.
,. ,
GEOIGE What Will They Say Next ':,,,,. .
Dept.: Seems little .
Buzzle Green, .'i a Sincerely
youthful son of Lex an' Lucile, yours

becomes very attached toaD ;: .. "

animals on short acquaintanceand ,.1,0'-, ... f/J. ,
when they kill a chicken to ; ,' ol.It [a .t ,
"".:. ,
d u...+rr N w n.rafa.e CMra.awAaa.r, eat for Sunday dinner he considers I ;;' ". ";", .j' .-, .,-ttt.;
it a major crime and goes '. Dress Shop and Beauty Salon"" .< ." ',
"m THUTU IS IltADY TO lE11VE 'tau ..' ; :
1 Into a period of mourning -j .. .' ., 4, ,,.,1'.. ,.,;.,1-
Tother day the cook's mother
,- Also died and Buzzle took It quiteto .

Latest War News & heart Twaa plainly evident -
that weighty problems were

,( r on his mind Finally he asked. ,


23. 1HZ ;F

I BITS of LOCAL NEWS James Edward Cottrell, who Is FLA. STATE FARM I Christmas guests of relatives In I her home and the following per-

a student at Young Harris College Ky K. R. KnuvlerCANDLELIGHT GainesvilleJ. sons were there: Or, and Mrs.
lle at Young: Harris, Ga., is here L. Robinson went to Sarasotn R. H. Carroll and two childrenand

II'd Haley spent Mon'a W. N. and< James Odom are Mrs. Grant' Evans, secretary of for the Christmas holidays with SERVICE on n bu lm>"p! trip Monday.Mr. Hilly Long of Jacksonville: ,
M*fedora evening beau Sgt and Mrs Richard R. ThedM
Sunday a
very and Mrs. P. V. S. Mart-
K spending: holidays with relatives Bradford High School his parents' Mr. and Mrs. J. D. .I
' returned tiful and impressive" candlelight ling of Melrose were supper of Kefsler' Field :Mix and Rich-
'de Maddox spent FriII at Havana. last week from a brief vacation Cottrell curvlce was held at the Club guests of Mr, and Mrs M. K.Grlner ard Long of .Starke.
I e Hugh In Miami. House. Tull candelabra flankedthe Thursday of last week.
Gainesville Mr. and Mrs Cecil Amaker' Bobby Bigg5-. who
Is a student side aisles and rostrum. i Offlor supplies of all UlniU fur
spent Sunday In Jacksonville
'! L Mis\ Earl Johnson Mr. and< Mrs. Ralph Pierce. with Mrs. D. L. Silcox is visitingher in Gordon Military Instituteat Christmas music was sung by the Mrs F H. Long had on Christmas sale at The llrmlrord County
In and Jacksonville. son-in-law and daughter Barnesvilltt. Ga.. Is upending choir and audience. Chaplain Day a family gathering all' Telegraph 'w
s.turdllY '.n Leslie Impressive
Shepherd made an
Mrs. Nat Sternberg will leave Capt. and Mrs. Ralph H. Cox, In his holidays here with Mrs.' Ethel talk on the subject of -
fay ('L.'R: clf'ln. tomorrow for New York City to Alexandria, La. M. Biggs and his sister Dotty
fST\L at the visit her new grandson. II the nativity and history"" of that FOR SAFETY, COMFORT: AND ECONOMY: RIDE
In ad true Biggs. period and asked us to dwell In
'a LS n lint( Tullors, opposite Mrs. O. J. Griffin of St. Augustine peace and harmony with our FLORIDA MOTOR LINE BUSSESFOR
ofI. theatre Mrs J. N. Payne will spend I U spending two weeks Mr. and Mrs. Merrill Struth, neighbors, thereby letting our
,n Christmas In Jacksonville with here with\ her daughter, Mrs. Mrs. W. M. Struth and Mis Kate light 80 shirt"*. At the close of COURTEOUS CORRECT INFORMATION
rt.' j, O. Scott, of Jackson- her daughter, Mrs.! G. R. Brunch. Ethel M. Biggs. Struth are upending Christmas the service small candles were PLEASE PHONE 147
11II| a Starke visitor "rues- Day In Jacksonville with Mr. and passed to all in the audience
I."r Mrs. "Gladys Crews, of the State Mrs. Jeanette Kincaid went to Mrs. Laurie Edwards and other lighted and held while "Joy to ---- ---
"reJ Farm, Is helping out at Jacobs' Tampa
Wednesday to spend a relatives. the World" was sun*-and each
ell L Gen of Fort Myers ia store during the Christmas rush. week with her parents, Mr and one requested to place his candlein UNION BUS STATIONLACY

IV Christmas here with his Mrs A. C. Durden. Mrs. B. Jacobs and her sister! a window at home to reach out CONWAY Agent
Mrs. Havana 'Johns.
daughter Miss Jane Rossner, are spending to the heart of some paaerby.
Dorothy, are spending the Mrs. L. D. Green spent the! Christmas! day with the former's Temple Ave. Starke Florida
ad Mrs. E. J. Wainwright holidays with relatives in Jack week-end In Ft. Myers visiting son-in-law and daughter. Mr. and CHRISTMAS CLl'B PARTY .
tiling relatives her, early sonville. Mr. Green, who Is employed thereon Mrs. Clarence Nussbaum, In Jacksonville On the usual Club meeting day

| ek. a .defense! project.L. the Christmas party was given. .
Mrs. R. E. Matthews) of Jack 's The club room was beautifully

d. T Ritch and Mrs. Wm. sonville! visited her sister Mr. A. Woolfolk, of Thomas.yule Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Epperson, decorated In Christmas colors. A a dd
a were Gainesville vlsl-! R. A. Newsome, W e d n esday Ga., is helping out at Stern- Jr., have a II guests Christmas manger scene was on the huge
OIIday mornin&_ berg's during the holidays. His Day Mrs. Epperson's parents. Mr mantel and gifts were placed un
wife accbmpanied him to Starke. and Mrs. R. L. Richard and der a small but beautiful tree. ;
Buabee has returned Miss 'SylVia' Morse, after only grandmother Mrs. R. T. Richard, Dainty chicken sandwiches, salted i..r
r tvo weeks' visit with eel: four months at the Grunge Gen Mrs. Edwin Green and children all of Jacksonville. peanuts, hard candles and coffee
h Madison. eral Hospital, Orlando, where she have returned from a visit in were nerved at a table dressed WISHinG YOU 't
is In training to be a nurse has Lake Butler with\ Mrs. Green's Mrs D. P. Carpenter l Itl spend- with a white cloth and a pretty
i Carolyn Hutto of Colum- received her "cap", which means parents, Mr. and Mrs.V.. S. Ing Christmas at her home in miniature lighted tree. Mrs. L. :
.C", Is enjoying'a holiday that she Is no 'longer on pro Brannen. Baconton, Ga., and with her sister F. Chapman poured coffee Host- A (mERRYli
I with her parents, Mr> and batlon. She Is the daughter of Mrs. D. C. Forehand at Albany esses were Mrs. J. lIt:. Hembreeand
L. S. Hutto. Mr. and :Mrs.! W. R. Morse. Mr. and Mrs. Earl MIddletonand Ga. Her sister, Mrs. T. T. Mrt' J. G. Godwin. Mrs. R.L '
daughter, Marjorie Sue of Meredltli Mrs. W. D. New- CHRISTmAS
-_._ ,- .. ." -,,- .. .. .. ...-- -.- .. Long will be there also and
Jacksonville will be Christmas ton were guests of the club.
Day guests of Dr. and Mrs. W. Mm S. L. Peek and family will -
Service Careful Drivers E. Middleton.Miss I.RIZE1NNEJt
opt have as their guests through the At the Junior Class" dance In lire soiul) sincere and '- .
Christmas Mrs. Peek's
Starke Friday night one of our
Bernice Dobson, employeat brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and hearty' greetings, full of
prettiest!' girls, Lora Crews, won
tarke Taxi Service Bill Sessoms, has and as her Jeff guests Wayne Lts in Mrs.daughter George, Marjorie W. Marks, of ,Deland.and their the popularity contest and was good; cheer for cucli of you. AND A HUM '
of the evening.
her home at the State Farm crowned queen twelu '
on AnJ may, the coming NEW YUN I

Phone '150 Christmas Day. Mr. and Mrs. Mike Mills, of Merrill Everett, Floyd and Rob- moulds'! find yon happy earl l lconttMtteil
Ben Suslow's store, are entertaining ert Robinson and their families. ,
Mrs. Jack Williams, daughterof 15 Camp Blandlng sol all from Jacksonville, will spend in )''I1l1I' e\ery
Mrs. B. Jacobs, Is spendingthe diers at a buffet supper Chrlat- Christmas .Day with their parents 1II1I1t"'Ill..ill' ?
q Night holidays with her husband, mas night. Each soldier Is to be : Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Robin- a
Lt. Williams, at Fort Jackson, presented with a Christmas gift, :

JO' ... .... '" .. ,. .. -... ---00 Columbia, S. C. I son.Mrs.. R. N. Dukes of Jacksonville C a '
Mm.. Bernice Opperman spent will be the guest of her parents
Friends of P. M. Barefoot will Monday In Dade City with her Mr. and Mrs M.. R.: Holmes, r
Milt all wrmh R be interested to know that he has sister, Mrs. W. O. Carr. Sho for the holidays.
returned to his home here after was accompanied home by her Mr. and Mrs. W E. Malone and GREEN'S STORE
sTMASi spending two weeks in Riverside mother, Mrs. Frances. Parker, who daughter will spend Christmaswith
Hospital Jacksonville. has ppont the pust month In Mr. and Mrs. J. U Paschal AND EMPLOYEES
i Dade City. in Lake City.
Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Barefootand Mr; Cox of Sopchoppy, was th<; >>
Mrs. Harvey WInderweedle of Dr. and Mrs. H. B. McLendonand guest. of his daughter, Mrs. L.
Sanderson will spend Christmas daughter Jeannette, who are Molt, over the week-end. .
Day with Mr. and Mrs. P. M. here from Orlando, visiting Mrs. Buddy Davis Is at home from

Barefoot and family. McLiendon's parents, Mr. and the U. of F. for the holidays.
Mrs. E. S. Matthews, left yesterday Mrs. Curtis Malone spent the l
Mrs. W. G. Halle left yesterday to spend Christmas Day with week-end with her parents, Mr. Jnerry G>krlstmcu
morning for West Palm relatives in Marianna.Sgt and Mrs. W, E. Malone.
And BEst WishES for the Merriest Kind
$ Beach for a short visit with henson We understand that Jim Rltch

of a Holiday Season to All and daughter-in-law, Sgt. and and Mrs. Richard R. Thede has been called to mantling for
Mrs. Woodfin G. Halle, Jr. of Keevler Field, Miss., arrived his physical'.examination.!.
here Wednesday are spendinga
THREE FRIENDS BARBER SHOP Capt. and Mrs. R. G. Kldd and short furlough In Lawtey with Edgar D. Mobl*y was" met In

'''andLEILA'S son, Richard, of Ft. Bennlng. Ga., his, parents Mr and Mrs. R. R. Jacksonville Friday by his family
,arrived here Wednesday night fora Thede and in Starke with Mrs. from Sanford where they spenta
BEAUTY SALON AND DRESS SHOP holiday visit with Mrs. Kldd'a Thede's mother, Mrs. F. H. Long. happy week-end.
mother Mrs. Emma Canova. L. R. Bristol Is spending several
Emmett Perryman In. spendingthe days at his old home In aD
Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Wimberlyand holidays with his. parents. West Palm Beach. )
< Miss Freddie Wimberly attended Judge and Mrs. E. K Perryman. Mrs. H. L. Parker spent the
the funeral of Mr. Wim- He will spend some time in Atlanta week-end with relatives In Jack- t
berly's aunt Miss Ethel Ricks, after leaving Starke, returning sonvllle. J/
a at Highland Tuesday ,afternoon. to the U. S. Naval Mr. and Mrs. Jack Kite ami.

Academy, Annapolis, Md.. about baby daughter, Leslie Ruth, will
Congressman and Mrs. Lex Jan. 15. spend Christmas here with Mr.
We take this method of expressingour Green will have as guests shortly and Mrs. J. R. Kite. HAPPYCNew
sincere appreciation to our many after the Christmas holidays Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Darby and Mrs. W. N. North Is ill with
friends and customers for their won- Green's slater, Mrs H. L. Speer,, Mr. and Mrs. Chas. A, Darby mumps.
derful and daughter, Betty, of, Pahokee. have as Christmas guests the following Cecile McRae of McIntosh arrived
will shownto
patronage good
relatives: Mr. and Mr. Wednesday to spend the Year
us during: the past year. We hope Mrp. Margaret Durshlmer and De Witt C. Jones and daughter holidays with her grandparents,
that we have given satisfaction Mary Lou Durshlmer arrived Elise, of Gainesville; Mr. and .Ir.'and Mrs. J. A. Bouvier.Mr. .
the public and we will strive to con- Tuesday from Brooksville to Mrs. G. W. Marks and daughter, and Mrs. L. R. Bristol .

tinue to warrant your patronage in spend Christmas with Mr. and Marjorie, of DeLand; Mr. ,and will spend Christmas with Dr. ''If
the future. Mrs. F. L. Durshlmer and family., Mrs. Darby Jones and daughter, and Mrs. M. L. Bristol In Gaines-
Darby Ann of Jacksonville; and
SOUTHERNScTOISTORE Tom Grady, who la connectedwith Mrs. C. W. Chalker and her son ville.Corp.. Charles Genevense of NEW METHOD CLEANERS
Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, motion John Chalker who I lx In Citadel, Camp Blanding was a supper .
picture producers, arrived in Charleston, S. C. guest of Mr. and Mrs. J. A. E. O. EDWARDSDON'T
Ed Flowers, Mgr.NAT Starke Wednesday to spend the Bouvler Sunday night.

Christmas holidays with Mrs., Edwin T. St. John, in the Garland Godwin arrived last .
Grady. Navy since June, returned to week to spend the holidays with
Starke Tuesday with his medical his parents.
Miss Wilma Rooks, operator at discharge. He recently i-pent Mr. and Mr$. J. O. Randall are
the Starke Beauty Shop left about a month in a naval hospital visiting their children in Jacksonville -
SEZ: Wednesday for her home in at Chelsea, Mass., for a stomach over the Christmas sea
Inverness to spend the Christina disorder. He went out and reported -
holidays. She will return Sunday to the local selective ser- and Mrs. R. P. McLendonand '
J night. vice board< as soon as he got baby son, James, will be
%.V here. It is. posMble that he may CAN GET QUICK RELIEF WITH
Closed get Into the army later. Ills
wife Is In Darien Conn., for the STOCO
All Day Friday & present

Saturday ,4jcupua V E. Howard, druggist at Car
\ penter's, ia unfortunately .spend- Take A DOMe And Note The Quick! Relief
log his Christmas In a hospital[ sior4A
bed in Valdosta, Ga., where he
has' been for three weeks, and
two He
will have to spend more.

,. has been a victim of pneumonia, WE ASK YOU TO TRYCREOSANT
WITH but Is now greatly Improved. His
two daughters and their familiesare MINUTE
BEST WISHESFOR spending the day with him
and his wife, also an employe at A FORMULA DESIGNED TO AID STUBBORN

Carpenter', will go up after W. Wont To Extend

Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Wainwright HEARTY GREETINGS

youall THE and baby daughter of KIsHlmmee 50c A Bottle
are spending the holidays here and
she jay o/ the NEW YEAR with relatives.

lather, "Captain" S. A. Bryan, returned ASK US, "'OIt'IT. YOU WILL BE SURPRISED
New illeruii6 last Friday from Bartow HOW MANY ITEMS: ; WE CAN SUPPLY.
a V/ea ISternberg's where they attended the funeralof
Mrs. Williams' iater, Mm. E. 5Z5Z5ZS25Jacobs'

1--" c IIQQ- :..- .., Houston's of O. age Firkins., and died She In was the City 58 yean Hospital I Koch Drug Store 1

at Bartow Dec. 7 after two
Service weeks' Illness. She was burled

Dec. 9. Mrs. Firkin spent severs! FLORIDA
Station years in Starke when she was a
young girlMiss Mattie Bell,

1 Bryan.



: : 1 -- -- Once More the Christmas Message Shines --

rf 11: AROUND My Many Yearn Experience Make, it Po ,,lblo ia\,
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11L d OF l.\WTKYItov. : Sunday, Dec. 27. New Year's Starke, Florida
41 Herbert IInzza.r Pa, tor Sunday. Sunday School at 10 P. _
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Sunday School at 10 A. M. M. Regular 4th Sunday offeringfor if fl _.__
Morning Worship at 11. Sub- Baptist Child l ren'u Home. _
ject "The Old Year." Morning Worship at 11. Young
Yoiith Fellowship will meet on People's at 7 P. M., Evening
'{ Sunday evening at 7. Evangelistic!: Service at 8 P. M.
;k r Evening service. Sermon by the Wednesday, Dec. 30 Midweek WITH 0 THE
Pastor, Prayer Meeting. Bible i Study
t tf j 1 Thursday, Dec. 31. New Year'sWlt.ch

if t1 ; t days Mm.in Annie Jacksonville Croft spent the several pawl 10 P.Night M., we Service.will have Beginningat a good BEST OF GOOD WISHES
h' It week. : time singing the old hymns, givIng
1 Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Cotton' testimonies, enjoying refresh- .
., + I were here recently visiting: Mrs. ments, and finally entering the
Charley Dinkins, mother of Mrs. New Year in prayer. Come withus. FOR CHRISTMAS AND THE NEW YEAR
Cotton. the right,
Start new year
t Mr and Mrs. Jack Bales of
i In the house of the Lord.
West Palm peach' spent several FROM EACH OF THE,,MEMBERS OF THIS
7 days here with Mrs. Bales' Mrs. Carrie Cliambllm of Wau-
r mother, Mrs. Mae B. Wells chula aged 76, and Mrs. E. R. FIRM TO EACH OF YOU.

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We realize more than May yours be a merry one anti

ever how much it means to the New Year be filled with joy

r : 4 1 have the friendship end and happiness in return for
thoughtfulness to this
i'' '"r''' ;4f; good will of folks like you.'

A dims out af tvsry organization.
g 9-+,, 4t1? Please accept our sin- "Meet the People ;: dollar ws earn MERRY CHRISTMAS *

,, :.,.. .. .. cere thanks and our good /IS OUR QUOTA AND A
51t wishes for a Prosperous (Each week In this pace will be prevented a picture HAPPY NEW YEARSHAFKIN'S
If PiMW 1 and word portrait of someone ,whuae name Is new.) I, for VICTORY withu.
7!'t r NEW YEAR eAs the newly appointed food administrator,
t, t patient, cherubic faced Secretary of Agriculture .S. WAR BONDS
+,ll.. y !yN1 Y A r;211Y'.+. it *xm&v... Claude Raymond Wickard will have the
wm* doubly difficult task of helping the farmers to t\
s produce more, while persuading the people to
eat less, for this year about 10 per cent of the .
r" nation's food supply must be diverted to the
t rPr+ wt- ti+' zc use of the armed forces and our allies. .
:M a '
4 H. C. WALL / 4 '' .Under Wickard's guidance is a system of IT'S CHRISTIT1ASt S 201 East Call St.
4i1 AGENCY food control formerly shared by eleven Washington
agencies. He will have full charge of
,*r a'''' the production{ and distribution of food products Phone 76 Starke, Fla.
1' Vwk' Insurancemerry from farm to consumer, but labor and
.I.IivV machinery will remain, respectively, under
the Jurisdiction of the war manpower commission .
and the war production board. t

Wickard' background is almost exclusively
agricultural. Born on a farm in Indiana, he
,' i j went to Purdue university.'majored in agri
,culture. His home,-when he Is not in Washington ..IMAY
is still an Indiana farm, where he A
raise corn and hogs
/ Christmas Claude Wickard

Norris, Jacksonville, aged 75 were']'' do with instrument and blind I TO YOU,
recent guests of Mrs. Charley flying.
Dinkins. These venerable ladles Bill Pendarvls left Saturday to' YOURS BE
present a moat interesting recol enter the service of the Navy In A MERRY ONE
lection; particularly for the older the capacity of a Seabee. AND THE NEW Our Friends and Customers
reslderrtu of this county, In that
(Missy) Dave Lemuel Shuford YEAR 'FILLED
they have known Mrs. Dinkins
spent Thursday answering a call
for the past 65 years, having been
from his Uncle Sam at Blanding.
lifelong friends and schoolmates. HAPPINESSJerry'
Dave returned to Daytona Beach
Both are daughters of W. P.
Friday where he is employed on .
We cherish the Horne of Darbyvllle, Fla., now
thoughts of the fine friend a government project,
as c l Ie nny. Their
(; ships that have been ours in the post and we father'was the 'original pioneerof Mrs. George Lastinger and two JES2S2SZS2SE
Baker County and one of the small children returned to their
desire to take this means of expressing our first growers and shippers) of home at Daytona Beach Wednes- It's the Season to be friendly, Happy, and
genuine thanks for perishable fruits and vegetables day after spending! {several days
t your courtesies. to northern markets In this sec- with her sitter, Mrs. T. T. Har contented may this be your experiencethis
tion, this being nearly 90 years ley. I r
wish the best of
good for
you things ago. Mrs. Chambllss and Mrs. Christmas and every Christmos.

m Christmas and the New Year. Norris returned to their respective -
homes Tuesday. .
A Xmas card In this week from
Q Aviation Cadet Jimmy Moore, son I Christmas0lflskes
of Mrs. Louiebelle Moore advises ?
he Is at Randolph Field Texas. .. \ PARK THEATREW.
MATHEWS MODEL His address is AO James T. :.
Moore, Class 43, D. Sqdr., 1.
l DAIRY Randolph Field, Texas. C'p \ N. CARNASION
Ben Pendarvis Is here for the

holidays. He is employed as sec-

tion foreman in Richmond, being C '
rn9 ., Every good wish for
connected with the firm of Doyle this
JTHE your happiness at
Rusaell & Wise. He expects to eN
joyous Christmas Season.
return to Richmond next.Monday.Mrs. .I
SEASON'S CHEER Will H. Edwards spent '... We have enjoyed the

Saturday Xmas shopping in Jax. '. :?- past year with you and

Dan Harley returned to his I w are appreciative of your

TO EVERYBODYTo day base after at San spending Angelo ten, Texas days with Sun- e consideration. THinKinG Of y SOU

his family here. Dan Is instructor KIDD'S
in that branch of the Air
our many friends and customers-the Corps at San Angelo that has to Sinclair Service THIS CHRIST*

Season's best wishes for joy and happiness. Office snpplifft of Vail kind for VALRIE B. KIDD

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MECEMBEB 25. 1948

,r BRADFORD COUNTY TKLEOR.pn. HTAKKE. FLORIDA ._.....nll...! ,.'._...'VW'M w_n

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F.aturea.'I' Associate EdI.... VanM** Ma asla.

'I'IfhiJ I ---- general reshuffling. D. C.of war(NWNS-A produc "S I 1

I LEARNING TO GIVEA tion orders of some including mammoth the cancellation projectsand ,1 1I

child has to learn to give, forgiving I should contribute something If onlya the expansion of others has led I
is not as instinctive as taking nickel from his own money. At to considerable speculation here as ( \

5 c 'ii -. #;; or receiving. Indeed most of first these gifts too will be things to just what Is behind it. The new 1"-e't;; : j
i his early security is based on be. the child himself likes but this is plan for 1943 is being dictated by _-" #
tag sure he will get what he needs- all right for he is at least findingout the War Production board.In j ;
food, protection loving care. The ; that giving is fun. general the new plan seems to r
joy of giving comes gradually and Now comes the gradual learning call for the discontinuance of cer-
i depends to a great extent on paren. I that a gift should be something the tain construction projects already ". ,,i '4

tal guidance. Moreover learning to receiver values. Guiding the childto started but which would require I

give is more than just a prepara. the .cosmetics counter for Instance many months for completion-projects -.
i tion for Christmas and other gift when he is shopping for such as new factories and new i\

bestowing seasons. The success of Mother's gift Is a good compromise.The shipyards: which would demand :
most of our human relationships attractively packaged productsare large amounts of material and many I :

., I friendship, marriage, parenthood- almost as much fun for a childto hours of labor to brine to the stage
; depends on our ability to give as buy as toys :yet Mother can be where they would be turning out ( *
well as to receive. genuinely pleased and use the gift war equipment. Instead of using
The first type of giving to which for weeks to the child's continued materials and manpower on such
the child responds is doing some delight. Children like to buy plantsin projects the WPB seems to be concentrating

thing for others. He can hand the fancy little pots, decorations for on getting maximum ...
newspaper to Daddy for which the the gold fish bowl or things Mother output from factories and yards al. .

,I latter should say "thank you" and will wear such as earrings. Knives ready in operation. ,
show his pleasure in this service.He key rings or tools are favorite giftsto Some observers hint that this ) /,1 t

can pour milk from a cup into buy for Father may indicate a more optimistic _
kitty's saucer and help Mother water The next step is to put the re I opinion on the part of war. leaders F
the plants. In other words a ceiver's pleasure In the gift above as to the length" of the war So I

child rarely begins by giving away one's own pleasure in buying. But far the President and most others L 41."' ... '- \ k'4. 4
his possessions until after he has this takes time and some of us nev who have the facts In Washingtonhave ,
,, discovered the pleasure of giving: er learn ill! We will persist in send refused to make any predictions Toast the New Year With Gay I'inenpplc-Crnnberry Duff! ;

through acts. ing biographies to the friend who as to how Ions It will take (See Recipes Below)
The next step in a child's giving prefers mystery stories, or the other to defeat the Axis but lesser authorities -

will probably consist of making way around! here recently seemed in. Welcome 1913
presents of his work. And unless There are several pitfalls to avoidin clined to agree with the head of New Year's Eve Buffet ,

his sprawling drawings flimsy teaching a child to,Rive. It Is England's War Production board, '

handicrafts and wilted bunches of natural to want appreciation and Sir Oliver Lyttleton, who admittedthe Ring in the New Year with a resolve Scalloped Chicken

dandelions bring proper appreciation attention in return for our giving possibility that the European to keep chins up, your Spinach Tlmhile ,
his learning to give will suffer but If these are overstressed the phase of the war could be complet. your
a severe setback. These gifts child may grow to be calculating. ed next year.It budgets Balanced: Victory BreadBeetHorseradish
f:6: meals !Salm
should be displayed not stuffed We have all received gifts with is known that Donald Nelson, and your
away in a drawer. For you can't strings to them. Don't be shocked head of our War Production board, toq .'. 4f$ victory oca vita- Olives and Pickle.PineappleCranberry .

just pretend appreciation and expect if your child tries out this sort of has been working very closely with \ ;1" iSft mln minded. Nev. Duff

,"mll o/ tmilei, agreemrnt/ and /good man nra will be enjoyed by the the child not to be vaguely dis giving-all children do. They may Mr. Lyttleton, so that those who \.\ 1 I'* er mind trivial Fruit Cake Mints Nuts

a,. And the foreign-born Grandpa will be first JeliglitpJ and fluttered. appointed. It is, however, scarce- even get the idea from family con hold to the opinion that we are resolutions, just I 'Recipes Given.
.1_ :n.'n.lv .nl'nft.J ly necessary to mention this to versations about getting Uncle Hen. now planning for a shorter war 4 keep the impor.

KAT i ii"iiN' RRIS parents who as a rule love their ry a Christmas gift in the hope he'll have a strong argument on their | tant ones, andyou.1I I
!/' PLAY A GAME children's first crude gifts more send a check) But; emphasizing the aide in quoting Mr. Littleton's opinion '' be doing Combine all Ingredients In order
k Y HUSBAND'S father than the "bought" ones which fol. value of spontaneity (what the Bible ; given. Pack In 6 well-buttered custard
The "Emma" who riles calls a "cheerful giver") bothin However a more plausible explanation your part in the way you can best- cups set In

is foreign-barn, this letter hat a problem we' 'ow.When It comes to the first giftsa your teaching and example, your of the shift from long and that's the best job, you, Mrs. a pan of hot water -

I writes Emma. "He can all understand. She its nil child buys he may or may not children will acquire true thoughtfulness term planning to concentrated immediate America are qualified to do I in a moder. i'.')

its with us, and there is choose between hurting an old pay the whole amount but heHOJJSE of others. production Is the known Plan every meal so carefully that ate (350-degree) "
fact that we are now on the offensive
will make use of every bit of oven 41 minutes.
meal whichold who loves the "Father-
er a during man whereas we were on the defensive -
doesn't start land" he remembers and listening when the original commit- food you have. That means doing Unmold and serve '-
up n.Mitii were made by the WPD. Being the most by your leftovers and fitting with casserole _
in praise of the to him defend one of ourcountry' into meal A
argument on the offensive naturally calls them ;your program. crisp gelatin
therland. He is 83 years enemies. Kathleen/ FASHIONPATRICIA for quickest possible delivery of Economy is the watchwordelaborate salad that carriesout

but and Norris advises Emma and her eaulpuirnt: to our fighting! forces. SoL food Is out for the duration. Vitamins the colors of the season and
strong hearty; _____
children to play a little game ;: w are faced with shortages of minerals and proteins are that Is packed with vitamins and _

owns the three bakeries of with hIm It can do no harm, n.xirtlal and manpower it is only your cue to balanced meals. vigor is this: _
to devote all
ICh husband is HOME co .11.."" sense pos-
my maner she says and it may do a lot of s'bV!' energy to Immediate output By way of initiating this program Deel and Horseradish Salad.

; and pays me good good. What is the game? Just and let long term programs wait if you will note that even the New (Serves 8) _

rd We have four sonsi the light hearted practice of i.eccsj&ry. Year buffet supper I've planned fits 154 tablespoons gelatin

daughter. whose ages range good manners and 'he loving Jy 24y :D Without too much to go by. some into the guide outlined above: the I tableapoons cold water,

117 to 6; it is very hard for them kindness which pu DOW analysts here have it all figuredout chicken may be leftover from your :I cups boiling water _
is more convincing that will be out of the war
Italy )Ii lemon
dinner be spin- cup Juice
'Kir their holiday as may your
country criticized than all the Amtiot at Sl.t.t .....y.. Klcch o by spring. Germany will be defeat
emles praised all the time.p argumentsin ach and beets for vegetable and V cup sugar
the world. ed by the end of 1943 and Japan'sdefeat
to this time salad. 154 tablespoon horseradish
Grandpa and I will come around the end
'always been good friends.' He ''Peace on Earth Good Will To. of1944 or the beginning of 1943. Al- Scalloped Chicken. I tablespoon vinegar

tooted to children and has ward Men." It's.the real meaning it Is comforting to picture ,Ji teaspoon salt
my ; he taught himself or herself to be though (Serves 6). ,
bave had a little home or- at home In water. of the Christnjas spirit, Isn't It, and such a schedule ; it/ seem. foolishto VI teaspoon Worcestershire sane
It's worth repeating over and over stoc'k 1 cup cooked, cubed chicken K. cup chopped cabbage
put much in It since there
i since
ever they were mere
Well, this particular beloved boy I. again as we marshal our forces to 1V4 cup buttered crumb* % chopped beets
tei i they love are so many things which can happen cop
; him. He
putters was in the Midway sea battle and cook and serve our Christmas din which will 3 hard-cooked eggs, chopped
und I the speed or delay the Soak In cold and
\ farm, practices his violikei at Midway. A hot still day Came ners. results. 1 teaspoon salt gelatin water

to help me In the kitchen. when he found himself in the Pacific If your forces have weakened a But not since the war began has Dash of pepper dissolve in boiling water. Add lemon

'III boast that there was complete ocean, with only a plank between bit. due to a faithful and capable there been such a show of confidence l'/i cup. medium white sauce juice horseradish. vinegar, salt

:mon1 and serenity in my home him and death. Death indeed was helper in the kitchen for years past ( I .', here that victory Is in sight and Worcestershire sauce. Cool until -
lust here are a few suggestions that will even though Its final of dish with lightly thickened. Add chopped
last few months all about him; waves of smoke and '. t; accomplishment Cover bottom baking
tIIthe curse of war seems to have oil washed over him-but he had make On the your day tasks before much Christmas easier.stuff \ '. d.'*. may :yet be a long way oil. crumbs. Add chicken, sprinkle with cabbage and beets. Pour Into mold
pi I In Production goals for next year and chill until firm.!. Serve with wa-
and we are having difficul- 'c and Pour
been trained to dive and float and your turkey or whatever fowl you will be far greater than the high salt pepper. sauce overall '
tercress lettuce and .
in getting through a single meal stand on his head and save his planto have. Truss him and sew ones which were set for 1942, and cover with remaining crumbs. or mayonnaise.One

'lout bitterness. breath and he could hold out where him. spread him with softened but- : there is no doubt that in 1943 our Bake in a moderate ((330-dcgrec: ) of the vitamins in great demand -

"Otto, my husband. Is the gentlest other gallant boys could not. He ter or margarine, cover with waxed production of planes, tanks ships oven 21 minutes. Is vitamin Bl-the vitamin required '
t good-tempered angel with battered paper and put him in the refrigerator and guns will outdistance the Axisto for healthy
b any wife and children was and blackened and all ready for the oven. You the point that they will realize The casserole of chicken is simplicity .-' -' nerves and stamina.
be blessed. ever slippery when they picked him up will have to allow an extra half defeat is Inevitable. Mr. Nelson itself and is especially fine )) Here Is a
I aU He merely laughs but his first remark was that he hour when you come to roastingon has requested all war production with the spinach timbales becauseit Q 1' bread which
this and says. 'Go easy could have stuck It out for anothersix account of the thorough chilling. workers to start the year off with a draws its vitamin
PI; we're all Americans here.' hours. Figure on from 3V4 to .4 hours for bang by working all day on New provides a bit of sauce that goes
Bl from the whole
the> boys and I flnd It very hard an eight-pound bird. Year's day. It Is apparent now well with them: '
The moral for In this
keep our mouths shut. Last night :you story Make the cranberry jelly clean that any day of delay I. paid for grain cereals-
Bird boy, Harry, broke out sud- Is that you have an opportunity now the celery wash the lettuce and put .t*. in lives of American soldiers and Spinach I wheat flour and
'You could to teach your five children mental It to crisping put the olives and sailors and there is no doubt that (Serves 8)) wheat germ, and
Iratlon be sent to a con- and spiritual diving and swimming relishes in the refreigerator. look the war factories will use New S cups cooked chapped spinach Is delicious be-

urtpa! camp for saying that. and endurance and you must not over the linen and silver and dishes Year's day to get in an extra1 blowat S tablespoon. butter, melted cause of Its sour milk, molasses
We were all shocked. to be sure it's readyto the Axis. When factories
and glassware are
miss the valuable chance. and raisins:
1 S beaten
the old man was reduced to use. make the salad and dessert now turning out planes at the rate eggs
", for Harry is his special fa- Tell them that because Grandpa Is or do as much toward them as :4: of well over 100 a day we cannot IK'" cups milk Victory Bread. '
te. old and because he remembers so possible-in short do everything you ha : afford to sacrifice that many planes % cup soft bread crumbs I cup aourteaspoon

Gave Her His Farm. fondly the Fatherland of his youth can on Thursday so that on Christmas In order to give our productionarmy Salt and pepper H baking soda

.What\\ can I do"to get which he has not visited for more morning you won't find your- an extra day of rest. Dash of nutmeg I teaspoons baking powder

lears that through than forty years, and because he self frantically working against 'PiI.$ Although government offices are 1 teaspoon salt
may be ahead. with- while wantto working night and day to complete
DID emigrate to this country witha time in the kitchen you I cop whole wheat flour
Jntroyln? everything toward be in the living-room with the plans for 1943 congress is on a holi
Otto good father when he was only 17, 1 cup wheat germ 44
and I been
have been building family. day-It having generally Lynn Bays:
these years :you are going to humor him in his : ; :a.1q agreed that no legislation of any !i cup brown sugar
-a happy home There are ever so many ways you ; ; -
4 nothing but love and kindness delusions. Be sure to make it a can save yourself too. If :your : Importance would be considereduntil The Score Card: More foods 1 cup seedless raisins
"? Grandpa game. I family Is small and your time is the new congress convenes In )31 cop molasses
wants to live with{ ,3 In under the
January The only major legislation have come ceiling milk
delicious Heap sour
now> he crowded you can buy
; '
has Grandpa Will Be Delighted.
given me this farm, I considered recently was the price list. Foods exempt from
to melted butter
I lit is plum pudding all made ready reheat Yt cup
his own old home that he It Is a game of smiles, agreement, Or can steam President's request for power to March ceilings but under the
for serving. :you
'"his wife built fifty ;years ago. attention, good manners. They%will fruit cake and serve it In place of suspend laws governing the move new ceilings are poultry mutton. Sift together flour, baking powJer.
bal a right to be here. enjoy it tremendously once they are plum pudding and no one will be ment of property and people in and butter, eggs cheese. canned salt and soda. Add whole wheat

I 811 only other son has an in- well Into It. Grandpa will be first the wiser. out of this country. This was finally milk onions white potatoes, dry flour wheat germ, sugar and raisins -
"i wife and flattered and then- cranberry jelly killed in committee by the house Combine molasses, sour milk
; delighted
we will not break his You can buy beans corn meal, fresh citrus
I ways and means committee, which melted butter and stir quickly
by suggesting that he to Inevitably-softened. Their courtesywill I ready to serve too. fruits and canned citrus fruits and
go that It couldn'tbe
*ger,. When the dinner Is served and agreed unanimously Into flour mixture. Pour into a
But this present sltuail lead him to speak of his childhood I put through congress even in and juices. Take this list to the
almost of the old of music and eaten. the aftermath of dishwashing greased oblong pan or two loaf pans.
unendurable to me days modified form before the present market with you and make sure
I comes. But If everybody turns Bake in moderate to slow ((300-
1 would be deeply grateful for gardens and home and he will grow the work is done in no time. session is ended. you do not pay any, more for a
for I hour
Olutlon less assertive and truculent Before killing this measure Items than you"paid for degree) oven
.: that might sug- there are a few things these ;
However ,
does it! That's what you'llsay
which would have given the President Easy
day. Nobody can argue with himself can do to expedite matters. them between September 28
*1 SOlUtion, Emma Is a simple and a smiling nod and pleasant you As soon as you empty a cooking : complete control over tariffs through October 2 when you whip together the
: and Imports and exports, the committee -
'* fascinating cranberry pineapple
'"" assent will daunt him as no vitu- water in It. piis makes
one. It Is that pan put allowance
you Frock i had deleted the part of the The 2pound meat
the of and so drink that looks 10-0 pretty with Its
four washing pots pans
tec. children Into your con- peration could. much the easier that It's a kitchen Pattern No. 8267-It is wonderfulhow bill which would have given the must Include meat for you your swirls of pink fluff atop each glass
and is playa' game with GrandU What harm will M do? It won't "must." a pretty new frock will change I President the power to scrap immigration dogs, cats and other pets. It ful. Serve it ss the dessert with paper

I gan, too old ever to suspect It make the boys one whit less loyalto Before anybody starts washing. your outlook on home duties! To- laws. considerable Includes meat eaten in :your thin slices of that fruit cake you

It the and its rules] are such America: it will teach them the scrape the dishes rinse them under day's frock Is just the kind which Since there to this was measure by the opposition house by guests, meat eaten by put up before ChrMtmai. The drinkIs

rie, more Outrageous his re- mighty power of good: over evil. the faucet and stack them in makes one ever so much more present congress it appears doubt- you In restaurants and bone a grand one to substitute for cof.

I the more fun the children And when once II boy or girl has orderly pJes.; cheerful at the breakfast table. It's ful if the new congress which will gristle and waste that comes with fee, and requires no sugar either:
have. It consists merely Inordinary learned that lestun he or she has Then if you have plenty of hot pretty! Graced with a lovely neckline include many additional opponentsof edible meat. It Includes bacon,
kiieas.'Jt fresh dish towels its pair pf perky puffed sleeves oPlneappl ra.berr7 Duff.
water and a
been given a grvater treasure than the President will pass such a sausage and canned meat.
't not amazing how fast the work goes. and a waist-nipping girdle it Is a without considerable (Makea 6 suiall flaMea)
Ieness politeness. The anything else you could wish for Usually one person washing can dress you'll genuinely enjoy. "power"modification.measure It does not Include scrapple, or 1 1-plnt Z-ounce can of unsweetened -

III this your chUdren will learn him. If the nations had learned it. keep up with two wiping. Particu- Pattern No. 8267 is In sizes 12 14. For all practical however the variety meats like liver Hawaiian juice
purposes pineapple
Ir I1ves lame will last them all far back In the past when nations larly if there's a fourth person putting 16. 18 20 and 40, Size 14. short legislation must, from now heart, kidneys tripe and brains.
Ji of 1 1-pound can cranberrysauce
T o were young and small, poor old things away. sleeves takes 3Vt yards 39-inch on. be thought of in terms of what The allowance Includes beef
the Illustrate what l.mean: One Grandpa would not have tobe violently So even If your cook is gone but material. the new congress will do about it lamb veal mutton and pork-
lighting men f today was defending the policy,: of a the Christmas spirit prompts you since the few present members but excludes poultry eggs and Chill both juice and sauce thoroughly -
lII1a1l boy on to Invite guests for dinner, don'thesitate. still In Washington will In the can before opening,
sr our mountain ranch murderer, liar and robber today. who are /fish. Stretch your meat allow
t ago until the end of the Beat sauce with rotary beater until
; he just mark time
spent most of his Yes. I mean Hitler Name_ ance with these and meat extenders -
5ner fluffy add pineapple juice gradually
ranch with ua. We have a pool Silence, love and service are Irresistible year. like oatmeal cereal and beating all the while. Pour into
and two generations Your children AddrtMUNam bread crumbs.
C weapons.
dreg have glasses and serve at once.
PGol learned to swim In will soon find them so strong that Coffee rationing will mean that

( They begin In the shallow they will be almost sorry to use 5115i you have to consider other Lynn Chambers can tell you how laofrcu

never aspthg under splashing water them. It will be almost cruel to o( paper_ sources for hot drinks these cold up your table for /family dinner

.Ole.. too far from the safety baffle Grandpa by a gentle rejoinder days. First you can probably or festivitiEs guu you menu jot )'ourm..ul.
steps Pattern No_ 81M_ in accordance ullh nutritional _
a friendly glance. Impress upon stretch your coffee by using a
standard Just write la h.r. explaining
a They Soon Leanaed them that what a man of 83 says "coffee stretcher" using half
,1 "ii Bond IS cent in .oln tat your problem, ml Waiters ivutnaprrt'nmn :
W5th c n time at aU hrlU shrieks Is colored by his happy childhood in acb pattern desired) to.- coffee and half stretcher. You'lllike 210/ South ll".plaine* Street,

-' mel! Look7, I'm IwimdivingI the old country of the music he fruit juices hot and cold Chicago/ Illinoii. '',....... *...,10.. m
: m CM 10 under loves of the pain and nervousnessand Patricia Dow Patterns milk for drinking, hot soups stamped irll-utUrtntd entflap for

r1 can turn IOmeuaulul"| in. anxiety that be is suffering now 8_ U....A. lOHDS r U.S.WAR80NDS bouillon and consomme. your untu.fr.K .
s SOS W. Ilia .... New Terk. N. T. .
us that .I..M<1 by: Western N.w.paper UBiOD.I
one more boy or girl with the rest of us .



'." ,

l'AGI! tIOIlT UECP.1fBg6
r't 2
cause after a few years his Bight of tax that shall be withheld will Auto
A ffilrifitmaa was restored, but though 'he be based upon the excels of the I Accident

{ taught many a young artist afterwards aggregate' of the wages paid during i At 5:30: P M

he never painted again.So the period of a calendar week i A Ford SUnday II
turf! let Ult follow the Christmasstar over the deduction' which wouldbe sedan, driven h y
an did Peter Gault and those allowed for a weekly period. | Norman, was ''lO\lted,,\ Ver

!; Once long ago an the shepherds, men of long ago. Perhaps as we For Instance, If an employee is i mile and. a bait, "urth

watched their flocks by night kneel In silent adoration at the paid dully at $G.OO per day, no! Just off Road i I.: Qt
.hrlne of the Nativity the mantelof tax will be withheld for the first hurt No 0
t there a lad among: although
was young peace will enfold UH ax It did two days, however, on the third j other her.. we
; d them. How came one so email as the little shepherd lad BO long day tax on $3.00 will be withheldand brother occupant" ). If the
t ,
1r' he to be with the men T know ago. God grant. that It may for all further pay that' week :loors: ;'. ;' y W 3'u t:;. two children Nfol"lIIan, ,

not. Perhaps bis father had no come to puss the tax will be withheld.If was damaged and, 'he C.

l one else with Whom to leave the Amen the payroll period Is greater $150.: C. B. ti 'rhe ex i

1 child: and must perforce take him I than one week and 1 lit a' periodnot Patrolman. BullOCk,, Stat
{ 4' I' '; along. There he was though, on This beautiful Christmas story set forth above, or" if the case, stated !his( l'nVeRUga

". that night the angels sang their was written by Mrs. Louise Droke wages are paid fora_ period which tie was an ey. week'''
carol of great rejoicing. When does not constitute a payroll wltnest
{ Bloodsworth, of 0 00 d lettlfVll1e'l ctdent. No the shepherds started out to follow Tenn. Who when a period, the deduction shall be volved in the

1 the star the little lad went,in Starke with her family. Her measured by the amount of the man going south wreck M
along. So Interested was he In Elizabeth Droke wasa annual deduction divided by 365 on th
mother Mrs. dimply
4 ,,'' t the talk of the men, he had not having (or $1.71)) and multiplied by the graded I imnHj right'
i writer of some ability, roaj hit, ,
'. noticed Sheila, his pet lamb, was had published many short, stories total number of days in the t' :2i y N J.4 0.e.r turned over. Mr pine t
l .t ? following; also period.If BUllock
several books.
f'Y, ,E.y2f
Finally they reached the mangier Mrs. Bloodsworth sent this a bonus Is paid as well as sal- Office supplies
iG where hay the Babe and fell I'tory to relatives here as a ary on a regular payroll period eel" at Th IIrndrol'd nil ki,

tsW in adoration before that beautiful Chrlrttmas greeting this week, and basis, the two shall be added together Telegraph.NOTI'It.
;r f shrine. The! little lamb lay down share It with others. and the single deduction f1: 4
they want to Asr
r k as clone to Mary' aa she could shall apply. However, if a bonus F : 0. 71'1'111'17
t and looked at the Christ Child I well C alt 'I""\\
up lo paid as as salary, and the .'enale n.:11:
if S 9 '' with meek adoring eyes. When I I Victory Tax bonus Is for other than the usual h'i'II"" NOTICI-J IV 11111'IUIUmy:Ivy tai

11 (; they arose to depart Peter did To Be Deducted payroll period, the deduction shall ''< (ThaI ertlficats n.' Y No sax't(?, h Idr,
not call Sheila, as was his wont,I) be computed separately accordingto day of 1S."t..lI. "ilid
E f I'' '
but left her, there at the feet of If filed nnmt h trI 'I'
Starting Jan. the period covered by the mad ,. ,
i'ih'I'' the little Babe. He wan HO happy I, I bonus without regard to the deduction This man is not dead. He is Just sleep Savings Plan-boost! that .10% if you to be .iMNUHtl uppliiui t th,i J, I' .-aid e I,

7 that he had (something to offer The Revenue Act of 1942 Imposes I for the regular salary ing. And sleeping a little more soundly, can. elLt.scribed vinbrno prep I '.tl .h. ,tnltgai,, ,
the baby King As he had knelt on all Individuals a Victory payroll period.Employers Bradfnnt. .Stun', ,ni N'Ia:h;, r':
S1, there a wonderful peace de cend. Tax of 5 percent and Insofar as I are required to file perhaps,? because there are still many 2. Working in a plant where the Plan. ia ex All 1 !lot lots 40 11.r' I ib, 11' 2r,Wx'J
't s { ed upon hin. A lasting peace, it relates to wages, shall be with- Americans who are not putting at least N & bt III MW"i"r a: & w' by
quarterly returns reporting and installed, but haven't signed up yet- 'J'' .1 i 1.1
''f for it never left him and when held by employers' Thin tax to paying this tax during the month IQ% of their pay into War Bonds on a 23 lion ltast t9 1''WI, hip Lulh,
Peter Outfit became a man he was be withheld applies to all payments sign up tomorrow. The
y following the last month !In the regular I Payroll Savings Plan Howabout aMMesemIt! ',1 i ''I.., one of the most famous painters for services except to mem- erty under th. a'',1 .rt10,
quarter. The first quarter will 3. in plant where the Payroll surd wan in I th, ..
the world has ever known. Many bers of the military or naval service "- you joining a lot of other fellows Working a Unless said. 'mu ''J' is I:,
be from January 1 to March 31, r nr'lfliau' ,,
x of his paintings were symbolic of of the United States, agricultural 1943 and the return shall be filed in giving the little paperhanger a rude Savings Plan hasn't been in- redeemed. lii.ordiim t. I In,.
property 1"Hl'rll"'d .
'i f + that early pilgrimage'' for they labor, domestic servants during April 1943.' A penalty for awakening? How about you signing up stalled, talk to your union head, fore sold to the hlnhent/ 'th 1ldd r-I"r
i the Chrlttt Child as an Infant services to foreign enurthouH" dense
depict certain
and 011 the rfr
delinquency 'attaches to all returns with a Payroll Savings Plan today man, or plant manager-and tee if itcan't day In the month f
is then a child and In or for'services. out- t
governments 1943, whhh pay
filed after the due date n the U
later life. In many of these the side the United States. to the tune of not 6%, or 7% or 8%, but be installed right away. The '. ruftry, 1941
qt thereof which shall not be less
II 'little lamb la shown, a very famous The tax Is to be withheld on all than $5: .00 and shall be 5 percent 10% and mart if you can? LET'STOP local bank will be glad to help. 1942.DILI"d this' S8th ofll* % of, (",
one shows the Infant Jesus and after January payments on ; J
of the tax due for each 30 daysof THAT 10% BY NEW YEAR'S.WHAT Clerk of
nrrult "Court
mother's 4. Unable to in the Payroll Savings nf I II
In. hU arms leaning 1, 1943 even though someor delinquency, or fraction there- get on County Florid, 12-15
; down to pat the head of a little all of the payments are for of, but not to exceed 25 percentof YOU SHOULD DO: Plan for any reason, go to your

d l.mb. Another shows the scene services rendered prior to that the tax: ; due., There is also a If you are local bank, or wherever Bond are
where the lion and the lamb lie date, unless the pay was available if
down together while standing between to the employee In 1942. severe criminal penalty for fraudor 1. Already investing 10% of your pay sold. They will be glad l to .help you
wilful failure
to file the
them la the ChrltU Child The Act provides for an exemp- quired return. re- in War Bonds through the Payroll start a Plan of your own. To My Friend
Prince of Peace. Perhaps the tion from thlt tax of $624.00 per
t' best loved and most universally year" which exemption shall be The Act requires a receipt be .

t"t. known are those In which Christ prorated according to the payroll given to each employee, disclosingthe Merry Xmas
s is portrayed an the Good Shepherd period of the employer The fol- yearly tax which has'been
t r where He goes to seek the lowing table discloses the pay- withheld within the month following TOP THAT 10% BY BUY U. S. WAR BONDS ,

? lost sheep and returns carryingthe roll period and applicable deduction the close of the year and THROUGH THI &
the wee lamb wrapped In the : under regulations a receipt shall "
4h!, folds of His cloak.A Payroll Period Deduction be given within 30 days after the NEW" YEAR'S PAYROLL SAVINGS PLAN

strange thing happened to Weekly ________________ $12.00 last pay of a person whose employment A Happy New Ye

pth h + a; Peter In his later life, for much Bi-Weekly .._____________ 24.00 terminates. This receipt r

y as, he followed Christ In Hilt Semi-Monthly ____________ 26.00 shall be issued in triplicate,

4's&' teachings and was one among the I i Monthly ____.___________ 52.00 the original for the employee and ,
_____ 156.00: the duplicate to accompany the New I Mrs Winifred Wimberly ot-Hlgh-
s multitude who heard Him gladly, I Quarterly _..*___ Open Conference I Garage
last tax return for the GUIDON GRU
1 ', he never painted a picture of It a payroll period in respect quarterly I land and Mrs. Elsie Nesbeth of
year accompanied by a,reconciliation January 3 Abe Bessent ia building a fine ,
L Christ of is less than one
for he
on Calvary, was any wages statement. The quarterly tax Brooklyn, N. Y.; an Uncle B. H. JIM FORREST
stricken with a sudden and week, as in the case where employees new double-garage and storageroom
return has been designated Form : Ricks. Highland; two nieces Miss
strange blindness. Strange--,e are paid dally, the amount 22 :x; 32 feet on his prop- '
Elizabeth of
V-1, the receipt: V-2 and the reconciliation Wimberly Highlandand ,
..-- --,--------" statement V3. erty on the corner'of West Madison Mrs. Nelson T Green, Starke; 41 + A 'qr

Returns ,are. to .be flied j with ,and South Orange sireeU. and two nephews Harry C. Wim
,EVERY' BllAN..CJI QF and tax paid -tothis- Collector of John Hall Is contracting tbe'wbrkand : berly, Winter Haven. and, W' M.

Internal Revenue for the DistrictIn since It la a repair Job, erect- I, Wimberly Starke.

which the taxpayer's principal ing a new garage to take the Funeral services were held

place of business ia located. All place of the old one, and some of Tuesday afternoon at 3 o'clockwljh CHRISTn1GREETIDG

-ndUranCe returns and payments for Florida. the old material ia being used the Rev. M. T. Knight officiating -

% t shall be addressed to the Collector (notably, the tin.roof), It ia. thus and 'burial took place in

4 of Internal Revenue Jacksonville possible to construct a handsome the family' cemetery at Highland.

Florida. .r building at a minimum cost.

Returns and Information
H. C. WALL garding this tax will be forwarded Gets Commission AND

to all employers. as soon as re-
ceived. Regulations have not yet Ned F Campbell, 21, son of
Agency been received but will be available Mr." and Mrs. Henry G.. Campbell BEST WISH

for distribution upon requestas of Camp Blanding, Fla., has been

soon as a supply Is received. awarded the gold bars of a sec
Constant Service Over 50 Years FORA
ond lieutenant in the Army Air REPAIRINGWHILE
Forces and has reported for dutyas
Buys pilot with the Ferrying Dlvt- nEW YEAR

Please Phone 146CLASSIFIED Home In Starke i I sion. Air Transport Command, according -

00 '" v- -. ___. to Col. Ralph E. Spake,
Edward J. Dahmer, owner of commanding officer of the California OF

the Petite Studio housed in the Group.Lt. .

ADSFOR same building with Mrs.'Morgan's Dr. Herbert!' Lockyer, Internationally Campbell, who was living NAPPIQESSVictory
f news stand, closed a deal last known'"Blbte' 'teacher and In Dunkirk, Indiana, before JoinIng -

Friday whereby he came into pos author of many fine books, wW the service, attended the La
RENT-2-room house, com FOUND--Steer with 200 hip tag, session of the bungalow( formerly open a week's Bible teaching Salle ((111.) Junior College and YOU WAIT

pletely furnished for light wt. about 350 IbB.-M. F. Wiggina owned by Wm. R. Alvarez at 217 ministry at the Panda mental the DeKalb Teacher's College -

M(' .s housekeeping. Also rooms In New River. ltp South Cherry street The conIideratlpn Gospel Tabernacle. corner 0 f where he majored. in science and All Work Guaranteed

l home, furnished for housekeeping was approximately $3- Cherry and Madison Sts., Sunday education. Only Highest Quality
;' hot and cold HELP WANTED:
j Electricity
; 500. The
night Jan. 3, through Jan 10. lieutenant and Mrs. Camp. Leather Used
water. Go to Hellbronn Springs, TICKET AGENTS for
e Camp Mr. Alvarez, a representative Dr. Lockyer came to America bell are now( making their homein MiliSupplies
take left hand turn and 2 Standing. be
Must draft
Ah, go ex
of the Gulf Life Insurance Co., from Liverpool, England some California
mllea.-U U. Conner. 12-18 2tp empt. Bonded po lt1ons. 8-hour
has just been made superintendent yean ago at the Invitation of

WANTED or 6-room unfurnished Mr.tricks,Williams steady,, light Orange work.Lines See of the Company in this area, Dr. Janice; M. Gray, president of U rs. Ethel RicksMiss BROWNSTEEN'SSHOE
and will move to his new headquarters Moody Bible Institute, and has REPAIR
houlle. Permanent
I ticket office, Blandlng Center, In Ocala. had an ever-widening Ethel RIcks 58, Call St.
He purchased ministry postmis- 129 W.
Call or write F. J. Shaw, State S'aike' between 2 and 4 nerea From Fostofflce
Farm, Raiford, Fa.] 12-13 4tp 12-18 p. m. the residence from L. B. Alexander : ;- since that time.,. tress at Highland for the past. 13
2tp last March for '$2,500, and The public .U especially Invited years, died Sunday morning In a

FURNISHED A P A R T M ENTS,. FOR SALE.,... Underwood typewriter has since made certain Improve-: to these evening service which Jacksonville hospital following an

Waldo, 14 ml. south of Starke, rebuilt, let class con- ments on the place. I will be held each< night at 1.a.5. illness of several weeks. -
e. 1 and 2 rooms. Electricity, hot dition, reasonably priced. Can c.Mr. and Mrs. Dahmer have been Plan to be present to enjoy and Miss Ricks waa a native of St. '.

water, Inner spring mattresses, be seen at 625 Walnut St., In Starke for more than a year, profit by Dr. Lockyer's. unique Augustine and moved to High ;
Frlgidalres. $25 per couple, per Starke. ltp and owing to the congested con- type of teaching. land. 25 years. ago from Miami.
month. No children or pets.- ditions here have been living; in a She la survived by two sisters,

Mrs.. Maude Wesley tf LOST-Cream-colored, buttheaded trailer at the I n t e rsection of ,a
Jersey cow. Might be fresh Madison and Cherry streets. They Nazi Air Fuehrer} Little Sister'Quite
FOR RENT-Small 4-room house. by now. Tag in ear; "308" have rented their trailer. to Mr. _

LlghU. Apply Cecil White- painted on her hip. $5 reward.If and Mrs. Paul Stewart. Thereis

head, Law-ley. lip found notify John Prevatt, a strong likelihood that Mr. V \

IF YOU WOULD BUY OR SELL I Lawtey Fla. 12-25 2tp Dahmer will be called into military aA ItS/

milk cows stock cows, beef FOR KENT service January 9, and his

cattle, stock bulls or hog, get I Furnished or unfurnished, modern wife will be In her own home If

in touch with J. D. Odom Jr., six-room bungalow] private and when this time comes.
Box 247 Starke; Box 204 Lake I home S r
High Springs. Cars:: com-
City; Telephone 481 Lake City.I muting dally to Camp Standing Rotary Club 4 U
Auction market every Thursday FF
References required. Write or
on all classes of live stockat Plays Santa 0YOUR
: o. B. Powell, Jr. High
Lake City at 2:30: P.'M.
Springs Fla. ltp Rotarians had a big time playIng FRIENDS

2 FURNISHED APARTMENTSwith WANTED TO RENT _* Unfurnished Santa Claus at their regular YOUR
all conveniences $15 a luncheon meeting Wednesday. The FRIESA
house, 3 bedrooms clone 1 r tN4; MAY THE JOYS OF OUR
month each. 2 usual program was
single rooms to Starke. Must not object to dispensed with
Beautyrest mattresses, $250: children. Write location and and the time was spent in filling THE CHRISTMAS

': each weekly. The Thomas price, to: 1171 E. Court St., sacks with candy, fruit and toysto SEASON
Apartment, House, Box 341, Gainesville, Fla. it be given to a number of under ,ItetrYChristmas\

li High Springs, Fla. Itp privileged children on Christmas. I IF REMAIN
LOST-$60 in paper money some- Day.Each
" WANTED TO BUY-Baby stroller where in Starke Saturday;Dee, Rotarian brought along WITH YOUTHROUGHOUT To 4/1/l

: t ", in good condition. See or 19 in a small tobacco sack. something to help fill t ie' sacks J

.\ write Mrs. U. W. Thompson, Finder return $40, keep' $20 and notable among contributorswas THECOMING
340 N. Cherry St., Starke. lip and thanks. Mrs W. T. Naz. Dr. M. B. Herlong who gave a few little nn-

worth, Rt. 2, box 255-C.: : Starke. three large baskets, one of apples, der el..b&-entered the ninth an YEAR
FREE APARTMENT IN GAJNE3VTLLE 12-25-2tp one of oranges and one of candy. Col. Hans .Jes cllolUlell, M, who awl Little Sister show held by the .
J -to couple !In return for The sacks will be distrIbutedon l Is chief of the general staff of Be"s' club of New York. Here ta

taking care of IS-months'-old FOR SALE:.-House, lot and fur. Christmas Day by H. N. Fair- the German air force, rounding oat chosen Florence queen garde of the four show, who wash I A & PStore Food C. A. Knightt
group of three "yea men" hi wearing
curly-headed blond girl. Write niture. Inquire R. S. Downs banks now brand
'. program chairman of the charge of Hitler's and a new WAAC uniform and
,I Box: ; 431-H, Starke, Fla. Itp Bradford Engineering Co. lip Rotary Club. air force. army navy holding a doll. Both doll and nnl.
form were prizes.


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Section Two


I 0We

Redgraves Johns, to Albert Hartman ship 6, south range 22 east, Dec.
Filed Alabama, was visiting Mr. and IN C-IHCHIT COrltT. DRADFORI) plaintiff seeks. ,
divorce llradford DeV'osM.
t f and Mrs. Elsie 14; ('Oa 4TY. Defendant: Cans No. 8044.
Hartman Mrs. W. C. Loper and family Sunday FLOH1KAI IN ('''':\ County Telegraph shall publish HTATU OF FI RIDA to. Philip
1.C.I iJ/ford/ L. Crews and wife, Dec. 14; C. H. Clark and wife Lizzie | CKRYPaul thin Order. '1n".t four weekly. r>..Vo.... whose address Is lot Orant
K. flood Plaintiff. ;sues.Witness tit., ,
vs. Virginia Albany New
y. Crews, to Agnes Mor- Clark to Mrs. Della S. Manning, Uood Oefendant. (..a.... No. 104!). York.
hU lit Mabel Helen Mersereau and Mrs. Alice M. Jones has my hand and official You are required to
returned appear on
lo1\J1';\ and L 10. Johns, Dec. one-half acre in SW 1.. of SW 1... ORDER OP PttnuirATION seal. at Ntnrke. Florida, this November January. 4th.. 1441 in the above
tat husband T. A. Mersereau t o of section 21, 6 after spending several AND NOTICE:: TO AITIOAU 27th, 141.OKKKAI. named Court and cause, wherein
township ,
' I. south weeks in Miami with her sister HTATH OP FIoninA to: Virginia I < SEAL) A. J. Thomas plaintiff swxka divorce.. llradford
1:8: of Florida (Tax cartlfl- Thomas Irvine Mersereau, the range 22 east, Dec. 8; Mrs. M. W Lee. flood whose rmldrnce Is SI23S I As. Clerk of said Court. County Telegraph shall publish
uti l9It 11.13IN
: Stafford L. west half of L. North 6ih Street ilarrlsonbursT. thin Order in Tient four weekly Issue
269)) to lots 6 and 7 0 f B. Alexander and Nora *.
Dec. 7 block 29 of Alexander, his wife, to Wm. We are sorry to hear of the : 'tRI"'rr CO I RT. BRADFORD Witness. my hand and official
$35.43. the R. You
; Livingston, are
Truby required to
acres lllnem appear on rol'NTV.!' FLOW
toM v< a,JO of Mrs J. U. Hlghtower, III A I IN fllA.VCK.HT anal at this No'vember
Alvarez January 4th., 1843. In the abovenamed ki94aorlda.:
Johns and wife, Theima & Co., addition, section 28, town- lot Alvarez, hit slater of D. J. Phillips. Court and cause, whereinplaintiff OKI>KR op ptTnt.irATiov OFFICIAL. :36th.a 8KAL ,
6 of block 23: of the seeks. divorce. Uradfrtrd ) A. J Thomas
th, .. original Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Sibley and County Telegraph shall publish this ASH NOTICB TO APPEAR., A* Clerk of said Court.
---- town of Starke, section Cora DeVoHH plaintiff v Philip lt-1t 1S-2S
it 28, daughter, Ruth were visiting Mr.Stbley's Order In. next four weekly InnueK.Vltness .
. We Do Superior Work- township 6 south range 221 \ my hand and official
t tI.tk east Dec. 14; parents, Mr. and Mrs. seal nt Starke.. "Florida thin Decent
Wm. R. Alvarez Lem Stbley, at Putnam Hall Sun her Int., IMS. WHY GO
r and Almetu (OFFICIAL. SEAL) A. J. Thomas FISHING ? i
Alvarez, hla wife to Edward J. day.The A. Clerk of said Court.
lei. For Better Cleaning Dahmer and Bernardino I. "Dab.-, Rev. Mr. Hogarth of Pa- 12-4 4t 1S-25 GO TO NEWSOME'S MARKET"Fresh
I I mer, his wife lot *6, block 25: of'1' latka filled his regular appoint 11'lt'r

trssas the original town of Starke section ment at Hope Baptist Church Saturday iv 4-01('1111"'"'''t''.sr'KI.IMIIUAI, on IN'UI"ORn('11 \>,- Water and Salt Water Fish, Shrimp, etc.
28, and Sunday ('I.RY
TRY THE township 6 south
1h 1 22 cant Dec. 14; range Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Borrougha Jesse Lorraine. Amos Claud. ... Plrtlntlff. VII. Live and Dressed Poultry, Fruits and Vegetables
Walker ( .ud. Uefendunt.
'i tit NEW METHOD CLEANERS F. T. Norman and wife, Martha announce the birth of a 9-pound CliMe No.046: ., I' .
, Norman of Polk County, to J. C. boy on Dec. 17. Mr. Borroughs 1 ORhKR OK IMinLJCATION
dI'' 1 v Mr. and Mrs. E. O. Edwards, Owners Yar1&rough, 80 acres in the north In a fireman on the Camp STATE ANI: NOTH'M OF KI.OIlinA TO APPKAlt to: l lx arraineWalker NEWSOME'S MARKET

I't half of the NW 1-... section 32 ding railroad.WQODLAWN. Blan'I' ,lnud. whose address In *
t N Temple Your Patronage Phone 1H.. 1, Utnuolil.. Vlriflnlu.
dd Avenue Appreciated 135 township 5 south range 21 east You are> required to appear on Next Door To New Method Cleaners On Temple Ave.
'" Dec. 16. "This deed Is given to January 4th., 194:1: In the above
" I named. Cuurt and cause' wherein
-----'- -0- correct the .
I. description of that UyIke Grove*
'>, certain I ,
deed executed by the r
IyI Grantors herein to the Grantee, Mr. and Mrs Oscar Carter I

th, herein: bearing date \lof Jan. 18, spent the weekend with Mr. and .,
'., 1916;" Mrs. Morris Carter of Macon Ga.I
" J. C. Jason Hilllard has just returned '
and wife Vada \
t, Ieat1CkLdmid Yarbrough to R. R. Griff and i I j from a trip to South Carolina. I .
InY / I, wife Viola Griff 1 NW 1-4 of1 He went with Mr. Myles to peddle 'efQ 4
Y r NW 1-4 of .section 32, township produce.Mr. Y
' I 5 south, 21 and Mrs. P. B. John. of '
ityII", range east, containing
V few acres Dec. 18; Jacksonville have just moved back
R. V. Coleman and Jetwle Ray to their farm out here In the !I IThe

Coleman his wife of Columbia country. cI reetinc/i! )

County to J. M. Edwards and Mrs. Gladys Carter was ;,
1 1r II
,6 CD Lucille C. Edwards SW 1of Christmas! shopping In Jacksonville

; SB: 1-4 of section 29, township last Tuesday.
Lenzy and Charles 4express 4\
Crews who
6 south, range 22 east less a \
few acres Dec. 18; ; are employed n e a t Macclenny I
W. M. Carmichael and MildredA. spent the weekend with their spirit of the season prompts us to \ ;n
1 parents, Mr. and Mrs.
IdIS Carmichael
his wife to R. L. Crew. to you appreciation of our pleasant
wi i
Reddish and Margaret Reddish,
his wife'40 acres In the NW 1-. CHURCH DIRECTORY OF business relations during the post year andto
: of the NE 1of Section I
gteetnA ; I township 5 south range 21 east, FIRST BAPTIHT most heartily wish you a very Merry I
Dec. 18; Rat A. 10. I.lKhffoot. Pastor .>
Christmas and and
MS N. \VBlnnt Street Happiness Prosperityfor
R. A. Green and Lucile H. Church School 8:45: A. M.

Green to M. F. Wiggins, 326 MornIng R. T. U. Worship 7-00, P. M.11:00 A. M. the New Year. A
e acres section 23, township 6 EveningWorship ':00 P. M. ,
south, range 20 east $2,800 Dec. Wednesday 'Worship 8:00: p. M.
AND 19. er

n..FIRST.. M. C.Mr..OD..T p. .eeii. !N .t.r t1 :. y -.....
ISO: N. v. Sleet ,
I Church Hchool 10:00 A. M. .
WCTU GLEANINGSTO Sunday Worship 11:00 A. M.
YoungPeople 7:00 P. M.: ANRE'NS( MOTOR CO. .
Jiliw Kvenlnit! Worship a>OO P. U. ..'-1-
r Wednesday Worship 1:00 P. M. .

I In these- terrible days of war,, HT. """K'" EPISCOPAL Starke, Florida /4
sr sorrow heartache, and suffering R.,. Ilea Y....... H_t.r
let us beseech all, to rightly 9M N. Chare* Street
you Church
.: FO THE : M.
Woeihlp0 I1:00
honor our dear Lord by keeping Sunday A. M..
'. .. .. .. Sunday' !9v..alntr :30.P..M:.
p ', absolutely. ber, and Inyour: .' '
Friday K* 'f10: 'p1&; ..
) right mind during this Christmas,, Holy Day 10.00: A. M. .

/UwZe: and ,Holy Day "&lIOn., ,FIIMTRev. PRESBYT.CJ"-
""wIf"there"'hu.ewr"'been a time c.... H. "al.. Paster
., in the history of the world when .... Newth Caerrr ... ,& .
0 Church School 10:00 A. #
M. ?
people need to repent and pray,, \
Sunday Worship 11:00 A. M.
O .. .
now is that time and let us remind Senior Crusades '::00 P. M. .. .... v .
Intermediate Youth COO: P. M.
you that our heavenly Evenlnc Worship 7:00 P. M.ST. .
Father will not forever continueto t

give His blessings and allow F RDWAHn CTATIIOLIORev. s i4"' tJ9
the nations, and people to selfishly The.. J. M.r...... PasterTsss
i take and use them trampling Early Msss .>l OO. Avesm A.. M.* eras S GfiEETlilGS ;
STARKE BEAUTY SHOPPE His mercy under their feet, DIvlBS) sj.rvl. .c.
Sunday Mass 9:00: A. M.
and with very little thanks or Week Day Mass 1:00 A. M. "
real heartfelt gratitude to Him, -

96 Phone 96 go on In their wilful disobedience., KINUAI.H1T.. II. M. LAKE TIU_..BAPTIHTRev. Pastor .
So we beg you to stop think, and Service Bvery Sunday
then act as you know He would Snndayr, ..hool-IU">A. M. .
Morning WorsMp-11 A. M.
have you act.Furnished 4rr.
( and paid for by the COIPet.TABaRNACLA!
Ttlkle School each Lor..'. Day at
Starke W. C. T. U.) I P. M.
:Kvancellstla Servlc Sunday
THERESSA venlns 8:1S.Rlble Study: Tuesday Ennlnrr Once more it U our pleasure to extend soc ations lhat'a why we await i

By Miss Ida Hagan ':15-In Mission I Bible Hall.Children's Lesson. A Choral the compliment of the Yuletide Christmas time with eager anticipa
work Wednesday 1 p. M. 1
MM. R. C. Dampler and son, Victory Prayer Group ThursdayBvanirellstlo Season to our host of friends in this tion.

a Billie and Mrs. P. A. Dampier I Meeting Friday community. It !I. a very pleasant and You have been good to ua-may old
Julia Marie, all of night ';15.
ana daughter
afternoon cheerful custom to renew these as- Santa be just a. good to you.
Starke spent Saturday
wUh Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Ziegler. Mr. and Mrs. Roberts and children Bible Study 10OO A. M.
drove to Lake City recentlyto Supper MorningWorsBlp lf:00, A. M. and Th. Lord'
visit the former's father, who Rvealnc.; Worship 7:30:: P. M.
Is 111. Thursday Worship 7:30 P. M. COCA-COLA BOTTLING COMPANYSTARKE

Thursday .
Merle Packham spent COMMUNITY. novPKL. NltKIONKlnaslrr '
of last week in Jacksonville P..n)
Lake U slit. W .t B CalEvangrllatle FLORIDA
with his brother, William.
itorvlcea every Sunday -
Ernie Newsome who la In the night 1:30. .
1IM .1 A. Brooks., Flpt>n."..

24 l u ljJU -.armed service and Is stationed In .

i'U1ha ,

"' 7j ou a

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brings to each of us an ( i l4 (Jlila'j 1 1May '

WJnD) rra j.F} Ul appreciation friendships and of those memories fine J'j ;r

La which make life worth living. And so

:: at this glad Holiday Season, we extend your share of happiness at this

i IJ1JJIad } J IIJIJ] } ; to you our cordial greetings and wish glad Christmastime b*!! brightened by J

for you both health and happinessthroughout : the knowledge of our appreciation of

all the coming year. your fine and valued friendships. '

i b May you enjoy the associations of "

those dear to you, and may their
J/appitees 'n-
c companionship continue through the

years to come. .,

tL eBRADFORD Jl/ew7/e42; Happy Christmas 10 oil!

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1 : \ Joseph B. Eastman Is Director.The fense. Transportation! nor for the
J.J..ti! _r New Policies Regulating' School Busses. handbook "School Transportation transportation of' pupils to and ,

Are Explained By Superintendent In Wartime", setting forth from home for the noon lunch. '
., theRe basic policies, wait .sponsored School'busses shall not be used : .

,, As a direct result of the war; t rldls. County Superintendent : by the Chief State School Officers for the personal transportationof
W; JB.: Middleton pointed put to- I of which Colin English, the ,owner, operator, or other
situation: Bradford County'sschool ] .
day' that the Bradford County State Superintendent of Public persona. ..'1'
busses, as well as other Board of Education has already Instruction of Florida is presi- ....."...
((9) Use Of School Busses For : ; ,
,, school the nation fully in ..... ..-:...'r',;.'...,'..;:. ,.1
7 t' ; k buKpea- throughout made plans to cooperate dent. J. Li. Graham. State super- Workers TransportationSchool :,>: ''''''' : ;.,. :..:.,
,, will lees frequently fort this la the ; :;;;1 :" 't. J:1;
stop necessary program.The visor of Transportation officials and bus operators /.. .:.. .
J .
children, will be. fully loaded on Office of Defense Trans representative of the- Florida shall cooperate in arrange- .iWo Fi' ",:,::. :' ..\.O
I d: every trip, and :-will operate only portation's statement of policies' State Department of Education, ments calling for' the use of ti It..t...':,..:,,/'I, ,..',.1U.'Ik.S f..'.' ':.:i...it'...",r'r1l;.','.:.\
+F on ,trunk rbuted without making who Is assisting counties in the school busses in essential worker ; ; 1: ) 1.'M"'j:(
school or.r/.I./: f.lrr" .IJ
side are being relating :
1 i trips.. Theseefiips State in effecting needed reor- transportation. Such services .r'J'Iiif.: 1 .., 11w
I taken.In an effort to'make every worked out in a Joint con- ganization of school transportation. should not be provided to the exclusion $::.i# J'f: :: '::" 1 ..'.'i;,
,, ,a; mile count In school transportation ference of educators and representatives of essential school operations "\.:T.a; (."'r"t.:
another toward of the Office of Defense _
as step saving >
County Superintendent W E. but rather in additln thereto __
and other critical 0 f which
rubber ma- Transportation
,,1' : ,t Middleton pointed out that some- with any necessary adjust- f _
tle ar time ago the Office of Defense ments in school and plant hours.

1 Transportation required all commercial -, ((10) Cars And Maintenance Of
; '
motor vehicles other than Equipment

busses to reduce their- mileageat Every'practicable means shall
least 25 percent below that be taken to provide for and assure v4Yr

, n 'CH J A which was operated* this year. efficient maintenance of school .
This order was not made applic- transportation equipment. All officials -

able to school busses because It having responsibility for
wan recognized that such a re- school transportation shltil) establish -I
quirement''' might
school transportation in cer- program at..least equiva- ., t '.,
Iii E J tain areas. The Office of Defense lent to that described In ChapterII -- '. if' ,

Transportation has recog- of the Handbook "School
nized the necessity of keeping a Transportation in War Time." .

.. minimum essential school trans- and In the ODT Bulletin ).f' ,.
IiitkI portation in operation If at all "America's Trucks -, Keep 'Em .'

I possible. School busses represent Rolling." Christmas comes and reawakens the-appreciation I
nearly 60 percent of all the
AMONG THE GOOD THINGS: senger carrying commercial motor ((11)) School Bun OperationThe rekindles the '
school bus driver I is an Important of happy relationships warmth
t BESTOWED BY THE PASSING vehicles In the Nation. Conse- I'I'I
factor in the conservation
quently any material saving (in of friendships made during the time it has been
of school transportation equip-
YEAR. OUR MOST VALUED school bus mileage will mean a I
ment. Officials having respon- to serve I
1 ONE IS THE FRIENDSHIP AND major saving in rubber and other sibility for school transportation our you. I
critical mate ria I a. Moreover,
l GOOD WILL OF THOSE WE thall' maintain high quality driv-
since new school busses can no To those whose friendly support has contributed so
ing standards through careful selection ,
SERVEr longer be obtained, It Js I particularly I
important that parents and and adequate training-and I I greatly to our welfare, we extend our most cordial

a< others cooperate in school trans- supervision.
t IT IS A PRIVILEGE. AT THIS portation adjustment In order ((12)) Comprehensive Studies And appreciation.

HAPPY SEASON.\! TO' EXPRESS that the program may not break Preparation Of School Bus Route I
% 'tl down while the war is in progress.: Maps Best wishes for the Christmas Season and the
OUR APPRECIATION AND TO Each local school administrative ,
{ ((1)) Elimination Of Unnecessary i New Year
S WISH YOU ALL THE JOYS OF Mileage I unit shall. In cooperation with
I adjoining units and with State
Bus routes shall be so arrangedthat
+ SEASONCARPENTER'S and Federal Authorities make a
the maximum number of:
comprehensive study of school
pupils can be, transported ''with I
transportation. A route maRshall
the minimum number' of bus'
be jointly prepared for an
mlleu. Side trips off the main
area approximately the size of an ,r. '
trunk route and mileage without
pupils shall be eliminated wher- 'average county. These studies ..
and maps shall provide the basis
ever practicable. To reduce mile
for reorganizing transportationroutes
bus should be stationed
age, each
and reducing to a minimum
'l''l'p overnight near the point where
the number of busses used and
the first pupils board the bus In P 't PI "
'1 E t. the total transportation mileage. ;J 1 Oat A 1 Q 1 ;
t.'l' the morning and be parked !
I Mileage and gasoline allow- .' > .
close to the school during school '. ,:
hours. ances certified after February 1,
1943 will depend upon demon-
((2)) Reasonable Walking Distances
strated proof presented in appli-

Transportation-only for students hall teachers be provided -, cations, showing therefor the by extent school authorities of ad-- .. .'.':\4.: S, R. JOHNS .& SON. :

or other school employees who .,,- .
would have to walk more than justment of school transportationservice ,,", _, ..,. 't ,
in accordance with the ..
.' S : two miles to school or more thana policies presented above. ; Starke, Florida ,.'
+ mile and a half to a school bus ', .
The Rexall Store trunk route. Exceptions may be ,
made for those within two miles Office) supplies of all kinds for

,r residing along roads over which Hale at The Bradford County rl -

h busses must pass if by- serving Telegraph.
------- ----- extramiles
them no are driven
and no additional 'vehicles are
used Exceptions' should be made .

1, for the. physically'handicapped or .
01 those Who otherwise would be
k subjected to extreme danger or

: Vi} 'r*+';',1 : -- serious available such busses(tion)Pupils Use in use) or physical the Of shall common would bus Common number be miles.hardship.S permit required carriers Carriers of a. to reduc-school where use ELLD[[]) a DD B [[]) o

J: \ (4)) Boundary Lines
In planning and opratlng bus .
i routes'; the existing boundarylines

I of school administrative units .

such as district, town, townshipand
county shall not be a con-
trolling factor If the observanceof I

such boundaries prevents' a .. It's good to come again to that Sea-
1' maximum reduction In the 'num-
of the when old
ber of busses and bus miles. In son year acquaintances

this connection, pupils who do not
attend the nearest school having are renewed, when .new .frien-.

spacer and facilities in the appro- ships are born, when the serenity of '
priate grade level and school work
should not be provided with Christmas joins the whole world
transportation service. 09
((5) Reduction In Number Of with one predominating thought O t

i Stop the Fellowship of Man. v
Unnecessary Mops wear out bus
equipment. ,School bus stops for
receiving or discharging pupils '
So we send to our
shall be spaced so that there Is

at least one-eighth mile and pre- m friends and neighbors, a S
,GRIELTING] 8 ferably one-fourth mile between .
adjacent stops. Exceptions shouldbe hearty Christmas wish t a,
made for
physically handicapped -
that this be the '9
children or where such spacing may happiest Yule-

and would locate a stop at a tide of them all, and that he New

hazardous((6) Stantredhool place. Hours Year may bring wih it,, Peace, Joy f ( ,iittf ''i!} \
School authorities shall coop-

]FFT] WISHES erate in arranging staggered and Prosperity. I'll. 1
school hours where the effective- < .

ness' of existing transportation .
facilities can be increased there- ,1,

for Happinessin by, or where the requirements of
a specific transportation problemcall May Santo Remember

the New Year for changes In school hours. .

tracts.(7) Adjustment Of Existing Con You Well at This !

Existing contracts shall be renegotiated '

1 Your patronage through ,the yean past is evidence' of to facilitate reorganization ChristmastimeGEM,
of school:: bus routes. Con-

the confidence yo'u have in our organization, and we, aervatlon of transportation equip- t
ment Is of
1 F i < paramount:!

'' tniBt it continue in the same amicable for the requirement' of 'ah exfct- ., .: ;: : ... ;
may way many
1' I' tog( contract Is not an adequate :. :; .. ,. .1 ;:.
years to come. reason for failing to participate: : l
,. _. .. ; .
fully la this conservation pro .'" ,-.'

gram. ",.' ..'" ,. .>t( ,. ''o/!/!,.'.h'
(8)) Restriction Of Use Of School ..

ail y ITS A FACT YOU CAN DO BETTER AT Busses : ';1 \
The use of school:: buses for .
school transportation during the '

THE emergency shall be limited to the .
transportation of students teach- JEWELRY COMPANY
ere, and other school employeesen
of .
places regular daily Instruc-
109 CALL '
tion. School busses shall not be STREET STARKE, FLORIDA
Starke, Florida used for the transportation of

any group to any special event
except as otherwise provided in
regulations of the Office of De-


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. over to Willie's house and foun]
.. The WeekdWillieMitchell .
,Of the the bike on the porch though th e OUR SERVICE MEN

tried ty last boy himself luckily was not at t Dr ro 4.d to It.... .. ......... ..........I...
home. The white "nodford .4'ns.ty barn .ow n""c 1'.1.'
the old adage' boy rode th e !Nrm. I....... Mad frlredo rr.
srard Iu
du.Prove" bicycle home and a negro woman: roeperete by brIMelrt I. N .
Souca.it. eat your cake promised have Willie Mitchell 11'.._ Ike. 4ryn.. sway. Crow vr.........Md Nrrlr I.tlrrn.
men er .1.
He sold r?Iueled Co Itrtle to Ihe
!Jjve it .00' who. works call at the police station Bui t 'I'Mrar.pb, rrpurttna' e.erln and artllltlen
bOy of IMlereaL
"the negro boy hasn't shown ujyet" : ,
on Temple n
place "III
photo !
s .
him a receipt In FROM: ..U'STRALJAPfc. : Harbo.. ,
I 'Duy- Dec. 7.
zee gave He left for
stole It back from Albert Tormella who has I I Ip
then Norfolk Va.,
and Not everybody with same day and
a dollar 1
many friends, :: in
Starke writes will
serve Uncle
to Sam !in the
pare can shoot I cu-
(0,8, old adage is true .traltfit-but everybody a fun can the folowlng letter to the Tele- ,' parity of shlp-fltter with the rnnk !

.n. for Be still didn't get t hoot straight to the bank and graph tralia" from "somewhere In Aus- 'ot petty officer 3rd cla .. Mm.
bicycle! The white : ,buy War Bonds Buy your Berryman will remain in Starkeat
the "Just a few lines to let
the police, who went JJ4 every pay day.Season's know you their home on W. Call St.. .
rJIIrd that I am now In Australiaand which they recently purchased

am feeling fine.. I have been from E. W Hayes Mr. Berry

many places since I left the man will be right at home in the .
U. S.: A. The people of Australiaare Navy havingprevlounly spent :

very nice but their money Is seven years in this branch of the
very hard to understand. But service. ,
even so, I wouldn't take a thousand -
dollars for what I have witnessed MORE ADDKESMKS:
w h) 1 e coming overseas. Here are several more addresses
Please give my regards to all at of Bradford County boys who
home." would appreciate hearing from

their friends during the Christ to wish/ P'You- ---' '
POST OFFICE CLERK GOES: mae i season, or at any other time, 1 !
John Howard Clement for nine for that matter.
months a clerk in the Camp Blan- Seaman let Claws Owen W. Mc-

ding Post Office and for the past Rae Co. A, 5th Platoon 61at
year a clerk In the local office Bn., NCTC Peary, Wllliamaburg.
I entered Into the service of Uncle Va.
Sam Sunday in a more intimate Pvt. Davis Gassett-34531162.
+ relation. Btry. C. 149 F A. Bn.,
f Having already had his Camp
,1' t:; .' preliminary examination, he will Shelby, Miss

take his physical and be Inductedat Ray Eugene Carter, co| Fleet
Camp Blanding Sunday. He Postof flee, N. D. 55, Balboa.
is the son of Mrs. J. T. Clementof Canal Zone. "

Buena Vista, Ga. Owen Hazen. cio| Fleet Postof- ,
r flee, N. D. 55, Balboa Canal

Bonnie B. Berryman, former
proprietor of Lanola Links a AVIATION CADET a Joyous Ghristmas. and a

development that had to be mov- John Wear eon! of Mr. and Mrs.
/ ed from its location on Road 48 Robt. B. Wear, left Starke on
when the government took over Dec. 3 to report to his selective
additional land for Camp service board In Detroit Mich.

ding was sworn Into the Blan-I He iw now an aviation: cadet at View Tear .
t GreetingsMAY Reserve at Jacksonville on the air force school in Iowa City. ..

Machines She is converting the screened-
In porch In the northeast cornerof
Returned By NYAThe the house I into a sleepingroom.
She la also screening her ; From a firm that has enjoyed serving you in the ,
VI JTORY various NYA sewing rooms entire front porch. .1
throughout the state have been post, and which is desirous of continuing the {
clotted and the sewing machines Oflluppllt'H of MIl kind for
PEACE AND. PROSPERITY i several hundred of them-are sale at The Bradford County pleasant associations of our friends in the future. t
being given back to the various Telegraph.

TO ALL counties. The Bra d f o d-Clay- .'
Union district served by the local BfH, STHKIM IHNorthbound

FSA office, has already received 4:21: A. M. 4'32 Montkbound: A. M. .
10:20: A. M. 10:43: A. M. CANOVA PHARMACY : :
five of these machines with no .
12:15: V. M. 12:43: M. : ,
doubt more to come. 2:10: I' M Not to tt'vllla
2:15 1'. M. 3:4.1: !'. M. \
Three of those already on the 3:65: P. M. 0:25: P. M. WALGREEN AGENCY .
ground have been loaned tempo- 6:60 P. M O'vlllo only
9:46 .1'. 1\,. 5:13: l>. M
rarily to the Home Economics 310: 1'. M. Florida '
H.E. 12:05: A. 5f Starke :
.TUCKERAgt. of the Bradford ''stile ,, $ "
department High J}.. bound II-17 I' M ...,; .
School according to an official a::65 A. M. Not to Orala
of he Farm Administration, 7-25 A' M. CYrMIbo.Md
e which has charge of the ma 8:53 P. M. a':10 |,/ M./ '' OUR STORE WILL BE CLOSED ALL CHRISTMAS DAY
Bt. AuKUHtlne TallaiiuHMKe' .
chines. They are finding a warm
7-20 A. M 2l:: A' ** ..
welcome three machines, since BHS and they had were only ...15'J :>.. 1:20PP:: :: JJ; .J-.. ... -. .- -' X .
Palatka lake City.
--- loaned. '

r i The ultimate destination of the .
machines turned back to the
counties Is the homes of needy
farmers. Their distribution as a
Ch1ii Bells loan will be administered by the,
m. 5 FSA. and they will be placed primarily A

in the hordes of women ..' 'I
who can already sew, and who -<.: :;
have several children.The .. > I

NYA sewing rooms that '.'.... ........ it
re :e i have not been closed, are being .;.:?;. ..
nq nqJ1err converted to power machines for .: A ..:.... :..".:' .
making army clothing, it was, ... .. ..4L. '.
stated. ........ L.:'y .'.
'.. . ..'
N .
Adding A Room .. .. ......:.,. .....
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0 0 Mrs. Bertha Pearce is enlarg- i ... ....:. ....... ....'.0 '
of her .
ing the living quarters .-
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residence on West Madison street. ,.. ts "C'1 :-. .....L... .h.. .1'. .'. ...

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FOOTWEARDAINTY every individual, is dependent upon someone
< "" .
else for support and existence. Our business; .

'1il'i.; Allllliij WJ .lllllf 4. I
; t FOOTWEAR is dependent upon our many loyal friends

!. .. .. REPAIRS
'. ,. : : .,. ..1 ., who have favored in of duringthe

I j l!ffr;; : l \ !!i : Finest OUR SPECIALTY Leather Used past year. us. scores ways 'r '. :, ..1--J? 4,

r'i,!; ; It may have been through your patronage !, t '
"i''" .*::;: : : : ;; :'::' '::;;::::': *;:jj9':,: :: TheElectric '. v \; r y
'i :!!II'I'i! :!Hjjji\H! : !I! i\\H\jili\\ \! Shoe .Shop it may have been a kind word of ": ,l

\; .. .. cheer or it may have been an expression. .
: .
': I Across From Park Theatre
., in our behalf to some friend of yours but,

in whatever way you may have favored us, MERRY CHRISTMAS

And it is pleasant to remember old When Your we are thankful. *

friends, and to wish them' in a' genuine Back Hurts- !HAPPY NEW YEAR

SOrt of way, all the joys of a Happy And Your Strength and It is our.. hope" that, each' of you. ,may' receive'
Christma.r Energy I. Below Par I-* the blessings of a joyous< Yuletide Season.-
II may bo ouoMl by dioordar ol-Ud.
.. function that .rmil. piriMoMwuti
7 p .
__Dl... Fer trulj' _*
May Health and Prosperitybe to
Happiness _pl. (M! "..... w:li ud BiiMfmbUWlwM

yours, not;; only on this day, but every tk. kidneys otter WMM fail t mtur.nmev..r.ed..s4 fro_ U* UNION BUS DEPOT

Wy2i suffer ..nine ........eM, '
day throughout the years to come.. ....._Iie may pahu.' ....... +. diMi.....
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nttuc .s night. M P-l" *:
mud MMtr "* LACY CONWAY Agent
BoaMtlBM* request
aloe with martin Md b.nU .. ..-
other.drn...,wm.tbi.a Y era. wftYIh.

Main Distributors .T.kidneys....should or_bladder.be. no deeM,!,.,pro.... PHONE 147-
Military ,....__. V else r gibes _l left. S.u. *
P C. 1. tooumy hazer. CD r t7 S .'
.... Iet.. that.be _on sustryedr ..... /
.v.1'h_ on wm.thlna_favors,
& ....... fAwo'a ban trW ....t.a.d -
For Comfort &
yaora. Ani a all dtua .trim Ride Florida Motor Line Busses Safety Economy
Columbia : Dfnf* today.DOANS.
Military Distributor



$ Iv

won't to remember all the other! roplf'. thereof obtained upon payment ,
SANTA CLAUS I have been pretty good, so you of flo.OQ for each set, .. '
you bring me a big truck, a little girls and boys and my little payment will be refunded upon.hlola'i

------ ? ; SUI LETTERS knife on a chain, a gun and fruit brother too.Please turn within of Much ten Net days In good.after condition bids I '
and candy. Don't forget my two don't forget us.Ernestine. have been opened and read '*0
The Maid City Council reserveslb. o .
$ 1 1, JftM Starke. Fla,, big brother right to waive any Informalities -, ... II i
Love -- In or J.o reject any or all bids.Each ...:. .
Dear Santa Claus: Julian Hazen. Starke, Fla. hid must be ai'companle'i
by a Cannier'. check or .n certified ;:
I want a tricycle Indian suit Dear Santa Claus, -
I cheek or bid bond In the amount .
f skates scout knife cowboy aulA Brooker, Fla. I heard you were down here to, of five percent (5%) of the base -.. .:
bid an a guarantee that --Uio Bidder "
and two guns and two holnters. Dear Santa Claus: see all the children. If awarded the contract, willwttitln :;.. ..-.:

Richard I* Kuhn, I am a little girl 7 years old How are you feeling these ten (10) consecutive calendar '. ....

Nile Owl Cafe. and In the second grade at school. days? Good, 1 hope.I days of after such! award written, enter notice Into beinggiven a A\ the fullest extent 'I,." ,....,... ......." t ,(
written I contract with the City ofHtarke. PPRECIATINC to .... .r
I love my teacher and I like to am asking for a b. b. gun a In accordance with .

i f4 Brooker. Fla. go to school. I want you to cap pistol, a football and one the & .11'101'101"\. \d, and give a performance relations existing between us ..:.
4" of khaki riding bond satisfactory to the: the cordial
I Dear Santa bring me a doll, a doll carriage pair pants.
hundred '
City of Htarke equal to one -
1Pi I am a little boy 4 years old. some doll clothes, a story book, Yours truly percent (100%) of the con we take this opportunity to
in the
k I go to Sunday School. I think candy, nuts and fruit. I want Albert Kite. traP past
s No Bidder may withdraw his
bid within sixty ((60) day afterthe wish an old fashioned
1ThJ Brooker,' Fla. date Met for the opening there- cordially you

Dear Santa. ot. City of Stark. Florida I Merry Chriitmos .f' 'p'l.f '
Please bring me a big baby doll, By Carl John, City Clerk. ,

a' tea set, boots, BOX, and Jod- 12-11 3t 12.26 -

phurs and coat to match. Bring l'f: (,I"<'I'IT (,COURT BRADFORD May the happiness and Good Cheer
my little sister a teddy bear and .

C T snow suit and don't forget my W T. Smith Plaintiff, 'I'll' Eva which we hope is yours this Christmas
k nP two older ulsters. and my mother Smith.ORDER Defendant.OF PUHMOATlON Cane No. 1669.

_ Gs ''flf and daddy. AND NOTICE TO APPK.AR never cease in the days to come and may
Ann Ruse.Brooker
Billy Smith, whose residence la Un- each of the
known. the New Year bring you
Fla. You are required to appear on '
Dear Santa. January 4th., 1943 In the above Health and Real Happinessyou
,mom named Court and cause, wherein Prosperity
)f '1 Please bring me a doll, a rocking plaintiff:: : necks d r. feju BradfordCounty r"
Telegraph this
o (, chair and tea set. Please Order In next four* weekly iKnue so much deserve.
Yli + don't forget my baby brother. He Witness my hand and official
Meal. at Htarke. Florida, this November
wants a ball and a dog that will 30th.. 1942.
bark. I am two years old, and (OFFICIAL 8KAI) A.J. Thomas
As Clerk of said Court .
1 P0 /} go to Sunday School nearly every 12-4 4t 12-26
Sunday. -
Lots of love, Jl'IHiK. ItltAltKOHK ('01. MTY. II
Zona Sue Harrison. KI.OHIIIA. I'HOHITK.
In re: Estate of 5'"l.
Brooker, Fla. Deceased.To .
Dear Santa, all Creditor's. and PerNons Having -
.Claims or Demands Against
I Please bring me a doll, doll Hald:! Estate:
bed,'stove and, lots of fruit and You and each of you are hereby

bring Jimmie a tricycle and ball. notified claim and and required demands to p..ntany whichyou.

Don't forget my older sister and 'or either of you, may have
mother against the estate of D, W. Moore
and daddy and grand deceased late of said County to
mother. the County Judge of Bradford
Love County Florida, at his office In ; the
to you Santa, the court house of said County at for
Jackie and Jimmie Cason. !Htarke: Florida within eight calendar /
months from the time of .
the first publication of thin notice.
Drooker, Fla. Each claim or demand shall be In
Dear Santa Claus: writing, and shall state the place

Y"M" I am a little boy five years old.I of residence the claimant and post, and office shall addressof be

want you to bring me a train, sworn to by the claimants their
agent, or their. attorney, and any
a steam shovel basketball
a some such claim. or demand not no filed
li 4 THE SEASON'S CHEER TO OUR BOYS ON THE candy, nuts and fruit. Please shall be void.

come to nee all the other little As administratrix Mrs.: Florence of the fd"t't.ori!
FRONTS. MAY GOD BLESS AND boys and girls and my slater too. D. W, !Moore deceased

& e; PROTECT THEM AND BRING VICTORY FOR Please don't forget us. : 1942.First publication Deeemher 12-18 4t 18th 1-sIN the

% Kenneth RUSH. Year
Hampton, Fla. fKHY
PARENTS AND LOVED 0 N E SOF THESE Dear Santa Claus: Harry Myrtle I O.novar.. Oenovar.Defendant Plaintiff, vs. .
f I want a Tinker Toy set for No. 20GO. Case

;+ i'i' + ''BOYS AND TO !MY FRIENDS AND CUSTOMERS Christmas, one that has a wind-up ORDER OF PUBLICATION?
r i' motor Topsy will Just take anything 8TATK AND NOTICE TO API'BAR P. S. STORES Inc.

l li you will give him. Betty Oenovar whoeeuresidence' yUne ,
wants a tricycle and Louise wants
are required to appear on
? CHARLEY E. JOHNS AGENCY a rocking chair. January 4th., 1941 In the abovenamed :- TWO STORES TO SERVE YOU -
Your friend, Court and cause, whereinplaintiff
seeks divorce. Bradford
Frank Brown. Order County;: In Telegraph next four shall publish this Blanding Center Bus Station and 145 Call 'Street
weekly lsaue
Phone 13 Starke Florida Witness my hand and official
; L LtI Berryman CourtNow seal at Htarke. Florida.tMs December -
Ileit 2nd., 1942.
a that Bonnie' Berryman Is (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. 3. Thomas,* .. Starke Florida,
As Clerk of Raid Court.
;, In the Navy. W. Tv Clute. realtor A. W. Chadwlck.Jr.:. St.' Augustine
?tI tP has full charge".'o< 'the renting of Florida. Atty. for P f. !e... 4t ia-M

his ,11 new apartments near the '
H. A. Bishop residence In north.

west Starke. Seven of them were

already rented, and the four new 1

est onea will be occupied Satur- To Our hi'
Many Friends
:MERRIE CHRISTMAS j day by four sergeants and their

.. wives from Camp' Blanding: Sgt

4 1 -1 and Mrs. Fontaine; Sgt. and Mrs .

Berg; Sgt. and Mrs. Bailey andS Starke And Bradford
ct. and Mrs. Beales. County /j :
: :;
: '. ,;;.
CALL FOR ..0..
Many Men
1.0 n. p. w. Docket Nat' Fla. 8-n And

Sealed bide for furnishing. a Fir .
: Pumper ( ,1ot:
Ii the City .o"f4H equipment. Florida In.and will for be ', :' ""((0.';.' _
received by the City Council at the Their Families >
____ City Office In Stark, Florida, Until -- ".. ,-
two (2:00): P. M.. E. W. T. on .. ,-. ,"
Moadar. fa* 2ftth ..
-' 14:1.: at which time and place all ": .... .
.. \
bid received will b* publicly opened etit''
and read aloud.In.truetlon. .
to,Bidder*, Form of : < ,
: Proposal General Condition. Detailp.clflcations I J GREETINGS .... ; <\ :
: 't
.- $ I I Form of Contractand ;( ; ,,':
Bond may be examined at : '
1 :
r4x' the office of. the City Clerk ofStarke. Jt.,,, ..."
Florida, and
I at the officesof '
II I Charles 11:. Rlchh, lmer of theFI..m ? .' ."
of Reynolds. Brewton. Smith .
Ij and Hills 6th Floor, Roberts Build-
( IrS r r j In*. ,Jacksonville. ., Florida and .

t .' Beware Coughs

X41 from cennoa colds '.,4 : r '' ::: :.. .... With the 1 splendid remembrance of

That.Hang On the'harmonious associations we have had


Creomuloico it goes right relieves to the promptly Mat of because the +{T''"" i ? ii}v'' .. ....j with our many good friend: in tliiarea

:, : ;;: ; (Every Wish for .. to germ trouble soothe i laden to and help phlegm!! heal loosen,raw and and edam expel n- P ::; b V 0.q during thepast, we eagerly. look.

; e e flamed bronchial mucous mem \ continuanceof them, '"
branes.Tell your druggist to sell youa to a
\ a bottle of Creomulslon with the understanding
you must like the way Itquickly the future.
allays the eough or you are '
to hare your money back.GREOMULSION.

: HiP] PY. lJDrJDi] '1 for CoUPS,Chest Cold.Bronchitis '" '11 '' '' We sincerely hope that. these I friendship

:..1 have l been as pleasant to you a* )

.. e ??;., k ""ve> l been to us.

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