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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: January 15, 1943
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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Birthday BallToBeHeld How YOUR SALVAGEHELPS Farm ,Goal 1 Set Dauntless Dairyman Stages 1942 Business i ,,'u



HIM At. 13,297 AcresIn Losing Battle With Bad Bull Best On 'Record, : :


Frank O. Peterson, who op-] calling a doctor the dairyman I

SCRAP METAL erates a dairy two miles southeast got In his car and drove to townon Merchants
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January 29The 'o ttMl NltUIT CONTAIN Bradford of Starke was seriously injured his regular milk route lie Say 11
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extent
AMOUNT or MITAl ass AMNf Thursday night, Jan. 7, was suffering to such an f
earl Kiml when he came out second host that upon bin return home he lay The cold hand of : '
appointment of Fred Guyof ; By L. T. Py r. County Agent In a Wild West scuffle with a up in his cur and told him wife priorities not S
Starke as Bradford County; WASTE RUBBER After all thesppechmaklng and shortages and restrictions had "
o rampant 900-pound reg 1st Bred he wall "going. MrhPeterson
1942
reached out sufficiently! In
chairman of the ,,1943 President's Uttttft It PAID roll AOfMNG publicity about Farm Mobilization Jereey bull The dairyman's right lined hot applications, and he has .
Of TIH HtLMfT' AND M30bT Food for Freedom to prevent It from being the biggest
Birthday Ball" was announced CA MAIM for the knee was painfully injured and been using something to ease the
this week by Paul E. Reinhold, I drive It Is up no the farmer to physicians have" warned him that pain; and seems much Improved.The business year In the historyof "

elate chairman and elaborate put over the Job of producing the he should stay in bed for a month. trite saying that "troubles Starke. according to a hasty
R I N C of merchants along Call
amount of food in 1943 survey
are already under 'way for ( T largest thin
Mr. In
plane t In spite of his condition never come Mngly" applies
IT Him TO war MATMIA1! t Street this week.
.
'At this
what Is expected to be the most lOH WIMIHG ever produced country. Peterson seemed In good spirits case. Their son James their Dank
in the Florida
successful in a long series of: National gojla. have been sot Deposit '
Wednesday afternoon an he \\old mainstay In the dairy business, have :.
Starke from
at grown year
brilliant events: RAGS up for the nulny different kinds a reporter how the bull became was called into tho Army a year of bual- '
until
O.OOLLER at the close
The Birthday Ball this year+ .. INTO of crops livestock and poultry. angered when Mrs. Peterson and I ago; WoilnoK-day. ,Jan. 6, theirdllughtl.'r to none year, Dec 31, 1942 there were ,ion
UMI'OtIMI
have been allottedto
' will be held Friday' night, Jan. These goals + their daughter Josephine triedto Alice, who had been a ;
.I, hand deposits totaling $1620,270.17 ," '
29! In) the Starke armory and Mr. the vartousetutes; .,. and the get a milk cow: out of the enclosure great help, married and left home; This! shown an increase ,i
has .been fortunate !in book MORE SCM METAL date goal broken down to the
Guy at milking time. The and the mule that Mrs. Peterson almost half million '
of a >]
ing ,a 12-plece all-star orchestra Mtl I.ONw11C1I, TMI .AMI ar.SOI ASMUCI .r counties. beast/ charged the women and wee )[driving Tuesday to deliver dollars ,over 1941 the total at ,r' '
to play tor the celebration. "There .AM The acreage goals' for Bradford Josephine tried to ward him off milk ran away and hurt her In
$1,189,808.28.
that time being
will be plenty of fun for every _._-1...'..... SCRAP METAL UAU1! County are;: corp 10,000; peanuts, by sticking his none with a pitchfork foot, 1940 deposits were only $721,298. *V V"V
whether dance or not," Illl WCIUOI A> MUCMMITM (solid Dr\* .twlce thin acreage ; '
1,520 make
one you 1, but this only served to Another heart-rending .''
n e "r and In
i"r At A FLAT MON ANTNMt 35: ; !in 1939. $343,075.14,, ;
the chairman said; and as usual tMtWASTE lnt rplanteiiwith corn) ; vegetable matters worse. The bull charged II tragedy was the fact that Mrs. 1938 $315.049.24.: ':';'v\ ).
a large crowd 'of spectator la crops 930t: sweet potatoes one! VV"t5
"I PAPER Peterson t had only the day before While a few business men con- ?j
expected to ,come out to watch 1ry ONI Ole INVUOM CON 3,000; and Irish potatoes 150. At this point Mr. Peterson given a $100 check to a Jacksonville milted on the subject were either 1 MrfJ J

the others dance and enjoy the : ,; MAM f K INOUCN> CMTaloc1 PAPIV WADS TOrIT.S Total crop goa for the county; entered the arena with a. stout' man by the name of B. :Mozo too modest to tell or bad not had .lf'l+/
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unusual program.of variety and f l Is 13,297 acres.. After allowing:' club( of ash wood, which like all for this incorrigible, bull, and he the time to figure up the exact i.;,>51
specialty numbers that Is being Il t / ONES for acreage double cropped,. this divided in three had already cashed the check
\ : / Gaul was soon percentage of gain ,,of 1942 over
nOrDl 6lvtle 1 to* conservative estimate "
planned.To ,' CAKTIIIDCI IIHIMC CNAUCI !io a very parts, with no visible, effect on and could not be located. 1941. yet the concensus of opinion ;

-assist him "in assuring the \(- .( % c / h and all the'goals. ,houk ; be over the bull. TIle dairyman then Folks were good to Mrs. Peter- was that 1942 was "the best J wjness. ,
a X '
uucceas of 1943'a ball Mr. Guy : planted tried to tame the animal down son. Bob Miller helped, her de- year yti t'" .
has enlisted the services of the Farmers are being asked to !in- with a short piece of half-Inch In the clothing field Nat Stern- f! .

following committee chairmen:: crease"' the production of corn Iron pipe but all in vain. liver milk one day; and Roy berg admitted an Increase, of at 1.1,: ,I

Nat Sternberg Citizen's Committee Irish! and sweet potatoes, and certain "If he hadn't have been a butt. Mathews, Mr Peterson's. competitor least 25 percent for the entire [f A g J

; Miss Jewell Presnell Special vegetablesincluding; :' string headed bull, 'I wouldn't be hereto !In the dairy business, help year and said that he had "the ,I ,

Events; Miss Evelyn Stump, HOUSEWIVES IN BRITAIN board bit ol "rubbish" round lb.bou. beans, lima and',Ford hook, beans toll the tale." Mr. Peterson ed her three day He also bought ) best Christmas trade In history." I :',

School Committee; Mrs, Grace .. This British Government potter every shows them how every scrap of and peas. They'are asked to reduce said. "Somehow I slipped and the ,five of her milk cows. so she Fred F Stump thought an increase -* V': il i
Wainwrlght. 'Ticket. Sale; and E. salvage helps the boys on the battlefronts. ouch unesstmial crops as rascal like to have pawed me to would not have so much to do. of 33 1-3 percent for the '
L. Matthews publicity. Other watermelons, cucumbers and pep death before I could get up Add she had sold six the week entire year. Christmas included ro'4

committees will be announcedfrom pers. The WPB has ruled that again." I I before leaving now only ten to would be about right;,, while J. M. :f"

time to time ai'needed. Scrap Drive, To Be Renewed; no nitrogen fertilizer'can' be usedon Instead of going to bed and look after.Funeral. Alvarez after consultingactual '

This is the tenth year that these unesaentitl crops and' figures, stated that ,his businesswas I

President Roo evelt.. birthday has transportation may not be available : between 8 percent and 10 .

been used 'as a medium for raising Students Rally TuesdayWith I to market them. Defense Meeting Held percent better I in 10\2 than In ;,

funds necessary for carryingon A considerable',Increase Is'being 1941. L. B. Alexander enjoyeda 1

the n a 11 i o n-wlde campaign the urgent need for scrap and the scrap is so much needed I asked for hog, beef and daIry "ret Increase!(-eVery: month irs' ;];r

against Infantile paralysis and metal and rubber and the Govern that 'anyone having scrap metal' cattle, and poultry.We Set For Tonight For Rance. Johns 1942 over ,fbefl" .corresponding "
the President has issued a public ment insisting that everyone do rubber about place or are promised a floor price month in ItDU.bt; said that /. ','

appeal l asking that there be no hie utmost to collect It, the drive or knowing'of, any at the other places on peanuts, Irish potatoes, hogs "1943 doesn't "ok,,so good .be j J,

interruption this year' because of through the schools'will .be resumed should see that It is collected at and some other Items. An Important meeting of ,,the Rance O. John, of ..Jackson cause ,l.nisxjso"hard. to buy mar. ':tt ,
the War "We must, be prepared at an early date accordingto villa, sou of the late Willie Johns chandMr, .c. Jacobs said e'
where.lt It be haul sheets will soon be
the, schools may Farm: plan Civilian Defense Corps will beheld
for any epidemic. which may L. T. Dyer county agent and! ed'feway.. Let's everyone get behind ready for each farmer to fill outsetting and Mr. Annie Dowling Johns,, thing**{tdKed dark for her when ; '
!threaten now, and we must make tonight (Friday) at 8 o'clockat her husband died Just a year ago }
chairman of the County5alvageCommittee. this drive' and help the the goals he expects to of Hampton took his own life 'v I
the future he said, but tbo-t .bad been able 1 ,
secure, with this collect thltt.yeJlf.r.Wblle ,the, Court bouse accordlagiUoan about.4..e'olock. Sunday-afternoon today i 5. '
Fifty percent' of all funds rafeed/ 'Mr.: Dyed.e 'talked wtth'lho Lion I'Choot"cbIl4reza" produce announcement by W, M. Ed. at 155 East 18th street Jacksonville to pad off all her'deo ts and ,bad' ,' :,

i lap retained by the local chapterfor faculty of B., H. 8. and>with the there his Is set fw goal penalty for wards, Executive Officer. This at the home of Mr. and Mrs. gott.ttt.,1\/Ii'.thate& \/ off. the bus, *
attaining .every
)home use 'tfnd the, remaining teachers in some of the' other To the theme 'song of "Praisethe farmer not Is expected to do his beet meeting called by A. J. Thomas, E. Haddock, parents of hlestrA.nged I ."
60 percent'goee the National was the i
to Commander of Defense wife.According Darby' only grocery
that they are the Corps,
and reports
schools 'Lord and keep the scrap a- to produce all the food possible estimate! I
Foundation for the nation-wide that ,would venture) an : ,
willing and anxious to do all they Is a follow-up of the one held Dec. to Investigating offleers
the B, H. S. this year. stated that the 4\\
scrappln', played by
campaign. and they year
can to get the scrap collected at Conservation 8 In the Methodist recreation hall, he first sent bullets into
The Birthday Balls in Starke band and Jay the participants The' Agricultural 1942 was 15 percent better than ;[,:I
their schools. sung Committee and the County USDA and J is for the purpose of. perfecting the right hip and left knee of his
have been brilliant since snd that the Christmas, and 1
a success large quantity of B. H S.. will launch an- the the organization. All officials wife before firing the fatal bullet -,19'1. lr
working
Although a through
War Board |
trade 40 /
the very first and are eagerly New Year's was percent
scrap wa collected last fall, there other' scrap drive Just at the County Agent's office have been of the organization are into his own right temple. tie :
awaited as the outstanding event school morn- urged to' attend and cordial while Mrs. Johns better
of Tuesday a died
opening Instantly,
of .
of the-winter remains some scrap on practicallyevery assigned the Job signing up L. A. Canova stated that his ;.'
season. farm Mr. Dyer says 'andit Ing. With "Old Glory" In one farmer' In the county and Invitation Is extended to' the gen was taken to St. Luke's hospital i : ':
every business better
"We will no effort to drug was one-tblrd
spare hand and a piece of scrap metalin eral public. where It wan said she was not
schoolsby
make this year's event the great- can be carried to the putting the farm program over. in 1942, and that his'' holiday L! r,
to the other- as the band plays '' will need the On January 18, or shortly there believed to be seriously Injured. ,
the as they come
est tuccesa of all," :Mr. Guy said people, To -do 'thl'they trade was 60 percent' better L. 'J'
schools. He and the chorus sings the student who after a special will be Witnesses said that Johns en- ,
to the produces meeting
yesterday. town or says help of everyone W. Koch resorting to cold figures tl+,,
body will march by and drop called which will tered the house with a .38 calibre
that over 609 tons of scrap has food. Our President says it can be attended by made tbe statement that his
been collected and moved out of their scrap on the, ever-growing, be done and it must be done. ficlals 'from the State Civilian revolver in his hand. Upon see year's, business showed an In'j I i'' i I

Rotarians Hear the county since the drive started pile.Mrs. Defense offices In Tallahassee, ing him a visitor screamed a crease of 43 percent, while December ;) '

Life Compared last summer and the county was R. F. Demorest who again Farmer Claims Mr. Edwards urged that the en- warning to Mrs Johns, who was 1942 was 31 percent (f Ey '
awarded a pennant for having has charge of the drive has ask tire citizenry of the Starke community In a bedroom at the rear of the above December 1941.i \ ;'

To.... TrainRide" .. made such a fine record. ed that all Starke citizens who Double Mileage -.II.< "It Is only a patriotic duty for .still have scrap on hand ';Join In Gasoline'I+ <" with.the air-raid or black-out andallclear Mr. Haddock attempted to Intercept E. L. Flowers, manager, had an i I'
Drawing an analogy between life everyone."'Mr. Dyer says, "to do I with the school throng and place signals, and be able when Johns as his daughtersought Increase of 25 percent for the
and a railroad train,' Dr. C. Estor- in the of the Japt! the siren sounds to to backdoor ,1'
all he can to aid the war effort their scrap lap While the' gasoline shortage distinguish escape through a year. Louis Shofkln representing ,
nella fleld'director. of,the American between an ordinary fire warning but Johns succeeded In fir- ,
may be too much of a problem three Army store, boasted I l r rof
Red Cross at, Camp Blanding.. and the air-raid warning. Ing two shots at her before being I t"
and the of 25 in his
Ick s petroleum
:Mr.
tor a growth percent (
was guest'speaker, at the regular Boy Scout Executive Here This WeekIn industry it has only served' to According to Fire Chief R. C. pushed back Into the living room business last year. Miss Pat ,i'umbe j',
Wednesday luncheon of the Rotary -
sharpen the wits of a Palm Beach Buford the various signals fol- by Mr. Haddock. There he placedthe : said that business) at the 1',
,Club j county farmer who la said to low: Air-raid (or black-out) sig.nal barrel of the gun to hl.e'rlgkt Gem Jewelry was "tops." l,

"When you 'step Into a train Of New Set have developed a method whereby : 15-second blast of the siren temple and, fired once, killing S. E. Sparks of the City Barber -'
the conductor :'greets you with a Interest UpGilbert a carburetor may be eliminated In with 45 seconds' of silence. This himself Instantly. Officers stated Shop and Bill Mundy of' the /I' it f

pleasant smile; but a'lIttle while the operation of a gasoline engine, process repeated five times last that he was recently placed undera Three Friends, both stated that

later Just as'you're settling backto Bush special deputy' _... .. with the resultant I elimination of ing. In all, five'' minutes. The peace bond as a result of the years 1941 and 1942 were t'n I'
enjoy the comforts of modern I heavy and expensive motor parts, all-clear signal consists of one threats to, end his wife's life. both good-all that could be desired I 'I!
travel he brings you back to executive of Reg Ion Six Boy I and at the same time give-double short ,blast-a p pro xlmately 15 Mr. Johns is survived by his -and that they could not S

reality by confronting you with Scouts of America is spending mileage per gallon of gas seconds. The fire signal Is merely I wife, one daughter Phyllis Ann; tell any difference between them. 'i"

a gruff demand for fares Ithrs week in Starke In the In-I The Delray Beach.News reports I three or four short "up-and- one son, Alfred I M., and one Business was steady and sure. V ,
please down" blasts. brother Levy A.. Johns. all of 71.
terest of organizing a new 'that Maro Denton, local farmer, I If time had been available to :
"Life is like that train ride." will embrace Brad conceived the Idea of filling his I It has,, been announced by General Jacksonville. He was a brother consult! all the eating places that i ''tL''
Dr. Estornelle' said.!' "We are ushered trict which 4 1 gas tank with absorbent material I Albert ,II. Blanding that "the of the late Lucian Johns many were operating In Starke a :year

into the world with all the ford and several lIurJ1lu'ndtngcountle. o which completely absorbs the tank i Army authorities are planning to years with the Seaboard railroad ago, no doubt their Increase :.'

wonders. of modem science mak- This move has long of liquid gasoline When the call surprise blackouts and air at Ham p ton. Also his twin would have been more phenomenal ; .

ing things aa, easy' as possible for been considered In the belief that: engine Is ,started,' air is pulled ,I raid drills covering entire warn- brother Willie Johns was murdered than any other line of busi.\

the new-born >babe as well as smaller districts would allow' through the poroua"ispongy material ing districts or ,even entire states.. In Jacksonville several ness. Jim Forest at the Guidon ;; ,

the mother,- but It isn't very long more Intensive organization of In' the tank and takes withIt years ago.Funeral. Grill the only one interviewed ; A ;

until the man 'comes around and eligible boys Into this worth- r.t.e vaporized gasoline. Thus air Milligan Buys services were held at stated that the years as a whole '''I"1 ,;

demand. fares, please!I' ". while program.A and gasoline vapor are mixed directly the graveside In the Hampton were about the same, but that I J
Dr. Estornelle carried his analogy luncheon will be held today 'from the tank and the necessity Home In StarkeE. cemetery at 2:30: P, M. Wednesday hlit Christmas and New Years i.i ''I''

further, stating, that there In the recreation building for a carburetor Is. eliminated. with the Rev. Robert C. trade was ,,trebled. f i ,
are. all types' of. passengers on Friday the ,Methodist Church at B. MlU'can' recently purchased Witty pastor of !the Faith H' I!

the train of life-those who.manage which of community leader.. Interested By the use"of this method, Mr. from Mrs J. L. Frazee the old Temple Jacksonville, officiating. 'Tuneful Film i'l

to ."get, by", riding the rails in Scouting from Starke Genton state. that he has doubled ,,7-room 'residence near the railroad The Seashole Funeral Home. 1 'J

and trying to go: through life' the and surrounding communities will -I his mileage per gallon of gas. using at 2322 South Cherry street Jacksonville, was in charge of At Park i i
easy those who !-'ride on ,a Is remodelling It and expects to
way; of officials from' the it on his own car and has arrangements. .'
Pass",. coasting through life on be guests move Into It next week. lie paid The breezy romantic tune-film \ li

the reputation .and fortunes Jacksonville office. gee. 1.000 for It, he stated this week Bell Takes Over "WJien. Johnny Comes Marching ILlj I d\

established. 'by' their' ancestors; Mr. Bush was 'a guest of the GILBERT BUSH this method simpler less complicated and is expending $2,000 or more Home," arrive. Sunday at the 1" :!''I

those 'who seek to travel all the Rotary\ Club Wednesday and helda 'Spcri.il iJeputy Regional Executive.Kegion and costly engines could In renovating it. George Mann ,Blanding BoardThe Park Theatre 'for a three-day f|f

time on half'fare, willing to do brief conference with members No. 6. Boy Scouts of America he devised and that the danger'offire ,had charge of the carpenter work. run. Co-ntarrlng Allan Jones and >;

Part 'but never the entire Job after the regular meeting at boys to-receive, the bene- la greatly reduced as there Isno Vasco Forsyth the plumbing, and Southern Bell Telephone Jane Frazee this picture also fea- i i[, ,I
that Is' asked ,of them. "But the which he stated that world conditions more" liquid gasoline in the tank tospill M. A. Kite the painting. He and and Telegraph Co., will takeover lure, Phil Spitalny and. his all- V '

People who make the train gore today make the Scouting fits. the luncheon at noon or leak in. ease of accident. his wife have been living at Jacksonville the operation of the main girl orchestra one of the most ,
Following
the ones who pay their way; program more Important than,I the annual drive for funds and Green Cove Springs Camp Blanding switchboard at popular musical organizations In j, j
who assume their obligations and ever before. "Statistics show that I today it but plan to make Starke their tbeclOlle of business on Jan. 15: the entertainment world. k .
Scout district
do not shirk their'' responsibilities 25: percent of men In our armed to support the Boy volley Apartments home. Capt. Laurlston H. Blythe Chief Other favorites In the cast Include
will get under way. l
and that organization
," the, speaker concluded. forces have been Scouts for J. F, Colley' Is Just completing Mr. Milligan recently purchased Communications Branch announced Gloria Jean Donald O'Con jr+t
77 percent of those decorated two 2-room apartments In the also' the pool room near the rail- yesterday. The Station Hoe- nero Peggy Ryan and the Four

James Edward Jenkins distinguished service have had To ConventionThe rear of his blacksmith shop on road on Call street from C. E. pit*! and Fire Department switchboards Step Brothers. ?" ,
training." :Mr. Bush said. will continue to be operated .
Scout bo'lt'of Scout :' Rer.; and Mrs. A. E Light- North Broadway He is spending HatflelJ. Next door to the pool t r,
James Edward Jenkins six- 'There are 600 but onlya :foot left Monday afternoon for S40O or $5OO in remodelling this room Mr. Milllgan I..s having by Civil Service employees. Business IncreasesWithout .r

months-old eon of Mr. and Mrs. age in Bradford County Jacksonville: to attend the 6-day old building/ which he hopes to George Mann remodel Mllllgan's Present Civil Service employees

this
of number
Elbert E. Jenkins, ,died In St.VIncent. very small percent theadnnts&e. session of 'the Florida Baptist have finished, furnished and Grill at a'coat of approximately will be placed on the Company using figures to bolster

'* Hospital ,Jacksonville are actually receiving" the Convention Which ls< being held ready for occupancy in a weekor $500. The Improvements Includea pay roll and supplemented by his estimate. Lacy Conway local

January 7, Funeral services were of this training, that : this week :In the First Baptist two The fact that plumbingand new floor, new fluorescent other civilian workers. They agent, stated this week that tM '
.
I. hoped
conducted at 2 P., M. last Sundayat executive stated. "It district, Church there. Mrs LIghtfoot Is water were already In the lighting painting and a new electric will be housed in Company dormitories 1942 local business of the Florida '

.the graveside at Kingsley Lake by organizing a smaller recording Secretary .of the Con- building simplifies the matter and / refrigerator. He expects to with their own mess Motor Lines at least trebled that r +

by the 'Rev. C. H. Rhodes of we might intensify will be the possible programso for : vention. reduces the cost considerably. 'I I re-open .the cafe next Monday. calla of' 1941. ,
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TWO NKt1DN'41t1tOf .rt TKLKGKAPII. 8TAIIKK FLOKll FRIDAY JANUARY
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., burning stoves are being rationed by the IW CIRCUIT COURT. HI G II--;;-

1 The Bradford County Telegraph local boards. 1 .aIU.IAL IIA; IIV AND CIKCLIT: FOIL 81&\1)I'0Iiu 0. 1".011."

O.DAYmu 4'0 V!NTY.
\ Established 1871 Point RationingSoon Oa&41w9h CITY 01 STARKE. a municipal,,,
In the County of Bradford, State.!
MBMBER.t many foods will be rationed- / Florida,PETITION

: LOmn ASSOCIATION canned, dried and frozen fruits and vege- TOMORROW STATE -OF

.NAI1ONALWITOR1ALASSOCLATioN' .. tables. Vast quantities of food must go Author of How to Win Friends RESPONDENT FLORIDA
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t g," a to our armed forces or to our allies. The and Influence People.. NOTICE TO TilE TAXPAVIo'1,

___ _... ifrlltor and Owner AND CITIZENS OF THE l"ITY :
: r.. L. Matthew. __ balance available to civilians will be distributed HTAKKK, A MUNICIPALITY (
\ !!ON 1tOBB1SON; THM COUNTY OP BHAC.'onC I
War Ration Book Twc
SVOSCIUI"'I'ION KATE through STATE OKFLORIDA: '
WHEREAS, the
l'1fn.h.1.00' under the new "point system." Florida, a munlcp/llty Stark.
Yearly, SI.IS! Six u In th, I
Scarce products will have a high point JOINTS ,. .i. cents County Ida, the of petitioner Bradford In, State the above of Flot!
Sec- TRY A NEW METHODA en
hbUlihedVkly on Frlrtavii and Knterert n. I imagine the titled cause did on the 6th
"J. foods will havea government gave day
value, while more plentiful of January A. D. 1943 file
,' GIrl CUM. Matter at the To** Office at Starke. FIa."I us a month's warning on rationingof few years ago an automobile manufacturer asked present to Honorable A. Z.with ant
lower point value. But the total numberof canned foods in order that housewives Charles F. Kettering to come to his factory and make a one of the Judges of the aboil e

for each ration period "will would have time to make a had been able to solve. Yoi named Court of a. petition fur. lL
that
coupon points: quick review of the principals of study of a problem no one : Validation Wat.and Sew"
A Quick Look Ahead have heard of the famous Charles F. Kettering-the man Revenue rtlflcateH of Maid City
be the same for every civilian everywhere.More arithmetic.But of Starke, Florida In the a> .
forces of the Restrictions the new 1943 version of who invented the self-starter on your car, the man who invented Kate amount of ISO.000.00 In *Kr:Vr<. i
t As the New Year sees the Priority arithmetic Is apt to be more com the electric cash register which is probably used uneaten In denominations of 'I],,
000.00 each, dated
United Nations move on the offensive to Scarce materials are in for tighter con- learned olicated from than our the school arithmetic textbooks we in the stores you trade with or in your office. He also developed with Interest at the July rate tat of 1 1941 p.;
centum
free the oppressed the starving: and the trol .". from newsprint to farm tools. Even since it deals with "points" as well ethyl gasoline, and Duco enamel. annually per on January annum: payable 1st and sail Jul

tortured peoples under Axis domination we metal and rubber for hbme canning will be as cents. Before doing her shop. When he arrived at the plant, Kettering found that the Interest let of. Coupons each year, the evidenced first Intercii bi
ping, after rationing goes Into effect problem the manufacturer wanted solved proved to be a being payable January Jut 1943
need and
self-control who
at home face a severe test of our rigorously limited. But farmers a woman will have to figure his automobiles.' He told he the principal of said Certificate. ,
it throughthe how many points she can afford to quicker way to paint Kettering I maturing and being payable nnl
farm will
3 and patriotism.It new machinery get use during a specified period what would take him through the painting department and show July 1st In the yearn,iind amount

is not a test of war production in top priority given delivery of .critical foods she can buy in the largest him all the details so that he could find where some of them as follows.

,U which already surpass all our enemies, materials for agricultural equipment. Far- quantities and how to with serve her remaining balanced points meals could be improved. (Nambere All iBclsmlve) Ameats Yes,
we mixed fertilizers and "I don't want'to know"any details, said Kettering, t ,000.00 1911
economize
collecting must a little more for on points and centsat $1
or in buying war bonds or ; scrap. mers pay of the came time. which surprised the man. What! not study the details! as 1.000,00 1.000.00 1941

The test 1943 will bring is the war's hardest and superphosphates. Because i Hence, it is quite possible that Kettering asked him how long it took to send a car 4 1,000.00 "1941 1941
costs bread will be those who are'not good at figures 5 1,000.00 Uti
lesson of increased production the
:! lesson for those at home-the will. toward the end of a rationing through paint shop. 8-T 2.000.00 1941
in fewer varieties bull will be richer in nutri- period find that they are forced to Thirty-one days. I 8-9 10-It 2,000.011 11.000.00 19&1 1051
doing without.No. feed their families during the remaining "How many days do you want cut off?" Kettering asked.: 12-ia 2.000.00 19M 1
values.
Driving; For Fun tive days on a diet of unra- "Well, if you could cut off three days I would be satis- I 16-17 lt-16 2000.00 2000.00 19i/

driving ban which brought Health CrusadeA tioned foods. They may. for example fled. That would save me thousands of dollars. But I warn 18-14 2,000,00 19.5 1951
have
The pleasure to sit down
to dinner 20-21
shortage of doctors in the South is I have the fastest and the skillful in the 2,000.00 19.1
J step closer to the eastern states beginning with pickles followed by you most painters 22-23 2,00000 1951
war another No reported by the War Manpower Commission a main course of olives and candled business. We consider ourselves experts." 28-27 24-25 1,000.00 19&1
revolution.
social ; 2,000.00 1951
amounts to a minor people to learn the rules of fruits and ending up with a luscious '"Suppose I don't try to improve your method at all, but 28-29 2.00".00 toe
is
which urging
bridge parties, the movies, dessert of Jelly and noodles. 30-31 2000.00 1961
more driving to foods work out a new method, said Kettering.The .12-33 2,008.00
events, or dashing off to visit relatives health plenty of sleep, proper SALES budgets manufacturer was blank. "I'm afraid you're tack- 34-86 2.000.08 1P6 1963:

sporting in nearby towns. But folks can still plenty of fresh air, exercise and recreation. !'I Those few women who really took ling the impossible. There is no other method." ae X8-31-st 2000.00 3,000.00 1966 1964

Accidents don't help our manpower pic- algebra seriously when they were "Well, there always is," said Kettering. 40-42 3,000.00 1966
use their cars to do necessary shopping, released figures show thatU. in high school may be able to devise Kettering called his staff together and set the men to 46-4 43.45 3,000.00 8.000.00 196191'i1 1961
to ture. Recently formulas which will help them .
ride to work, rush to the doctor or go casualties including the with their shopping. If they. let X work to find anew method. The first decision they made 62-64 3000.00 3000.00 1970 1961

church. Even in the 'east, harder pressed 'S. military equal ration points and Y equal was to change the paint-get a faster drying paint. The 60-57 3000.00 1971

life in war-time Americais wounded, missing, prisoners and men interned cents. It may be possible to work next step was not to use paint brushes at all! The idea 68-60 3,000.00 1972

than elsewhere, survival in foreign countries, have amountedto out an equation which will prove might prove to be absurd but it was worth trying. Payable an to both principal, and j
than the struggle for that the evening meal should consist Interest at the office of the. City
far happier world. 60,000 since Pearl Harbor. But duringthe of spinach pork chops and The men started in with the two simple objectives. In Treasurer In and of. the.' City of
suffered by the balance of the time all worked out. In fact Starke, Florida and,
being accidents here at home have sweet potatoes. no at a fast-drying paint was ,
Butter Shortage same time, I I But for those women, who. even it dried so fast that it stiffened the brushes, and that was not WHKillA8 6th day at the January said Judge 1943,, lid on
and cost us 45,000 civilians dead and 4,000,000 In normal times have to bring all practical. So some new method must be found to get it fR.U. an order against the State nf
of ice cream of their ,into Florida
Commercial production fingers use to add up requiring It through tin
injured. a grocery list the new point sys on the cars. Then they tried a squirt gun. It worked! The State Attorney for t h. Eighth
been '
re- ,
has .
frozen desserts like custard is to confusionat dried it hit the Next started into Judicial Circuit of the Stale oil
Thumbs Down item apt cause great paint as soon as car. they Florida to allow .cause before said I
duced again. The butter is very thumb first improve the squirt gun which finally developed into a Court at 2:00: P, M., O'clock on I
shortages WPB says we'll have to save I Actually there Is' nothing very January Aoth A. 1>. 1943. at the I
in the The would in hour! A month had been
car dry an
in evidence in difficult spray. County Court House In Starke, I IBradford
t much else made of about the point system and :
like everything
tacks because, saved in painting a car. I County Florida, why said I I
it's acute in northern cities. when mastered, it is apt to mean 'W.'." and Sewer Revenue C_.tl_
south now ; steel, they're getting scarce. Production of that most women will be able to n fiestas should ';t'lI "v t.d'v.i; ;; I
been cut 25 plan more healthful and at the same BUSNorthbound confirmed and, by laid order the I
has SCHEDULE named Court
New Packages needles and
sewing machine time more economical meals than cause, wherein aid Court t did direct the Clerk of !

Food, wearing apparel, gifts, and other per cent and further restrictions have been they ever have before. 4-21: A. M. 4:3 Southbound: >> A. M. County plaintiff Telegraph necks divorce.shall publish Bradford this aid I notice Court now to ,make therefore and,NOTICE publishthis I
Just as people refer to prices 10:20: A. M. in:4S A. M. Order In next four weekly Issues. 18 HPOHEBT GIVEN TO If-In TAX. I
familiar products will be packaged in new placed on the use of metal in plumbing before they make a purchase, they U-15 P. M. H:43: P. M. Witness my hand and official seal PAYERS AND CITIZENS OF SAil I
1:10: P. M. Not to O'vllle:4J at Varke Florida, thl.
January CITY OF HTARKB, BRADFORD I
boxes and things won't will hereafter check the "point. 4th, .
paper some come fixtures. 1:15: P. M. P. M. 1943.IOFFICIAL COUNTY FLORIDA that and I
cost" in the same and S:65 P. M. 6:25 P. M. ( SEAL) A. J. you
manner they : : Thomas each of I
in packages at all before' long. Use of tin Can We Take It? can also look for "pointsales"where n-0 P. M. O'vllle only As Clerk of said Court. to you cause are, hereby you requlr..dfo.r'.o'h. havr, I
':45 P. M. aria: P. M. W. C. 1(ardent : 'rblnx.:
y Daytona Beach Z. I
for packaging many items-like tobaccO-: Just ten years ago this month, Adolf be offered foods for which a reduced are plentiful number will of 12:05 A. M. 8-10: P. M.d' Florida. Atty. for Pit. 1-8 4t 1-29 Judge of the above named Adkins Court: I

is prohibited! and the paperboard saved by Hitler and his Nazi party came. to powerin coupons. E s. ... : If. IN CIRCUIT COURT BRADFORD Starke at the, County Bradford Court County.House Florida in, I I

restrictions of extra boxes will be made, fast for ten 8:58: A. M. Not to OcnlaWewthraad COUNTY FLOKIUAl IN the works years
Evil CKKY.
,
i Germany. CLERKS .1 '. figuringThe 7:25 A. M. A. D. 1945, why said Water andSewer I
ti:10 A. M. Olndys Townsend Northacker
,available to such -manufacturers. is a brief time compared with the full scopeof biggest difficulty .with the St 6:65:. P..> M. 8:10:: P. M. tiff, vs.. Howard A. Northacker., Plain not be Revenue validated Certificate and' confirmed.. should [

Hang on to gift'' boxes, because the history Because of the Nazi and Jap- polnfsystem Is going to be in making 7:20 Augustine A. M. TallahasseeS.80 A. M. Case ORDER No. 2177.OF PUBLICATION I I Bradford County Telegraph a I
transactions with grocery store lao: P. M. AND NOTICE TO APPEAR duly qualified' newspaper .of general -
order virtually eliminates. them by restrict- anese militarists, we have shortages, and clerks. With\ 1:15 P. M., ISO: P. M. STATE OF FLORIDA to: Howard I .circulation' published ria.t: > Iflty
of the stores ,
many Palatlca Lake Citjr A. Northacker. 6401 Beabury St., of Stark, Bradford ), I
ing their quality. because of shortages rationing. But already short: of help and customers .- Klmhurnt (Queens. Co.), Lone la- Florida, Ie! .hereby designated.. an I
I
'WTrt-l. ,,'* kV becoming Increasingly impatientover IN CIRCUIT COURT.1: BRADFORD land, New York. r the newspaper In which this noticeshall
..New, Stoves whatever the future holds in store, never service there will be plenty of COUNTY' FJLOUIUAl IN CHAN- You are required. ] to appear on be.. published ,on the follow. I
ing date: January 4th 1943, January
A brand lot of coal and wood stoves let it Ke) said that Americans, 'those of us headaches involved in collecting ra- Mir: Y'p.rTII., Plaintiff, vn. Marla February let, 1943 In the above ISth. January bind. 11143, I
.new named Court
lion stamps as well as money.As I rtlovanna Ferla, Defendant. Case and cause, wherein and January 19th 1943. 1
has been released. The wood burners are who are lucky enough to remain on the- has been the case with gaso No.ORDER 2278. OF PtTnLlfATION County plaintiff Teleirraph seeks divorce.shall. publlHh Bradford thin hereunto IN WITNESS set my WHEREOF hand and; affixedthe I"hav.

not rationed. Coal- "home front," can't take it. line and sugar and coffee people i AND NOTICES TO APPEAR Order In next four weekly Istiuee. official, deal: of said Court; at
and
inexpensive are will become much more concerned STATE -FlXHtlDA to: Maria Witness my hand and official seal Htarke, Bradford County, Florida
with coupon-pinching than penny. Olovanna Perla Monte Santa Ange- at .Starke, Florida, thin January thin 6th, day of January A. i>: 1
4th *
In. Province dl Foggla, Country of 1943. i 1943 _
and Randolph of Starke were dinner pinching. Gas station attendants (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas
,
Italy.
(OFFICIAL SEAL
) J.
i A. Thom
News Sunday of Mr. and tell me that many of their customers You are required to appear on As Clerk of said Court.. As Clerk of the Circuit Court of
1 State guests
Florida Farm .
after handing over their pre- February 1st., 1943, in the above Florida W. C Hardepty; Daytona reach Bradford County Florida.. .
Mra. Morgan Rlcharde. cious "A" coupon., forget all about -Atty.- for- Pit. 1-8 4t l-2't! 1-. 4t IvA9r'a3walsastw.s -!!

Mr. and Mra. F, J.. Shaw and the money end of the transaction "' .

;,' fly .K. It. 'BouvlerPANCIIEHMcCKAKY' AT HOME family moved'Tuesday to their unless cash is they are reminded-but when .(\\i'L':::p...:..;, h$\;>.hi"_ ;;y.":'.J,"' ,,,i(. 1 'f.!' 'i:} l1 t
M.. and Mn p, D, Fancher entertained new home in Lawley.The requested they don't- even 1t" ;.ti ,'V't"' .'t '$<" + ,tax V* i .'.5 d AP9 t xj! ,;0'V; \
to ask .. '/ <
the : (
?
bother ;
price. < \ : A"
/.P"11 (1ro '
t1)0: J.:
Monday evening, introducing Community Club held its But it Is ; ,, Vf1:! f :" ; .ttt.t. ;. \ '4' >ff} riS 'i-Y;; 1M:1'41< tl
Miss Mildred McCrary of Jacksonville Farm friends to Pvt. Tuesday. Routine going to mean that eachpurchase ,ff.. '.'....-.. ,,, ( / ;. 'Fxt'" : ; i $ ," : th .J>> :
regular meeting
will require double' 6'e! ; :
; became the bride of Den' and Mra. P. D. Fancher Jr. ,The business was attended to and an time it previously did for paying up.the I i pb; t '. (: .. : > "" X "f) #'Y,"Y1slti: }'TV, .;y'' al.'r";f:<" {! 'N"'F': ; .; } :;. :,+.....=,:; ::,6 "r""":i'+ ?","ern: ,,,:>khs"ti:';'. < '!!
nls 'P. Fancher Jr.. U. S. N. R.. lovely home wall thrown open to all-day Red Cross sewing meet- First the grocery clerk will have Fl *t W'Jif; < t<{ "t J ; \: ,v*+> ,. 1'5 .trN: !
of Mr. and Mra. P. D. Fan- all frlenda who social to figure the < ,
son enjoyed a Ing was planned for Jan. 26th. cost in dollars, then he r! rJl; f: '
'cher of the State Farm f in a, ceremony hour, withthe young couple and Mr*. W. String-fellow and Mra. must figure out how many couponsare ''t l1"7 ;, t;; "e Jj' 0"fI"1ttf.f1*} t 2

which took place 'et the Mr. and Mr. Fancher.. Fruit L.' A. Shepherd, hostesses, served will patiently owed him.have and to after explain that to the he t!,,)1if.M;#"".-'' ,, .' ,I,116-J.' '" .,<. c' .i>'r" >v. _' .,. K, :! t. ..s.:4't'C'o' ,
home. of the bride' parents,' Mr. cake and orange punch were served Russian tea, san d w Ichea and poorer of the mathematicians how { 4;il..N Nfj.f1 t': !fr.iHP: .'y ys;i::. 1 v1tfSlf. ;r ,\ #If..1?" \"':& "'0J.;? "jA" $:iEJi-> x,
and Mre."Wuliam' Walker, InJacksonville ,from a prettily appointed table cookies. The club members are he arrived at his answer. Many ;I : on Sunday. January I covered with a Venlse lace cloth learning to walk.SAMPSON. women have ImpUclt trust in the [:\::. ........t-\<'&+..;,ii0 ., ;:: i'., t"t.1 .'' ft'tn.: : :' "!

10. The petite bride, attired In and centered with a huge ,center addition of grocery clerks, so far kvm'M;:; ..'st '''''m"

pale blue crepe. with accessoriesof piece of soft pink gladioli. and CITY as money is concerned but with the 'f" !s"t f; e1Wi Ce"41' .,, ,;,.,: ei
new "point"
black and wearing an orchid presided over by Mrs. M. E..Orl- currency they will R r 'f.tc '';):
Louise Varnea probably look upon each transaction t T. i ;'hJ' .'nl4 f.f 4i.k*S yi+ ta 1r kirt a '
Ily + ? ; ; i 0 'W t r
; k
t \ '
;
corsage was attended by her ner and Mrs. Madge Bozarth. Mr. with suspicion.,. % ; ; : : 4 1.Y"w. {1 ;j,
.
aunt, Miss Elite: Hyatt, also wear- and Mr*. Fancher.. will return to ti': <(,'i.: ,<" : 'S'y; :$:, { ; :: '. t
Mr. and Mrs. Oran and \ ; !(' ">oi< ? :( t12nl'
Harper 0.'I: '. > tr ;,
,
"', f"'i <<
,
; .
: : '
GRUMBLING .t ; > ; o1-" ''' ''' .. ,
; fortune "
( Ing pale blue. She was given In Jacksonville for a' few day. be- children Billy' and Margaret of \ ;, .. -; '''' -' "* ; : ,
," < .
marriage by her father, Mr.Facher' : tore returning to their station In Lake Butter were vloltlng Mr.Harper'tI People who like to grumble over ". ..... /,;-"' '" .0 '"<: h'' S.f1:an ... -, m'\: I{S-rNftf'1X': f"'!<<;>>;;'H'X'M0 ,
Inconveniences 4 : f
best man waa hia father. North Carolina. sister and discomfort, will ''' : .. /5" :... ..
brother-in-law and ;
have a field day during 1943. ; N'y' .<#) M:;;;;" ;'t: ,.'. '>".i\m.* <<, tt'-k1 ., ; 4t'x..th'I ; ;
Rev. Herschel Ford performed the Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Varnes, ;;uy., .4S. ( '?j"602.!: : ;i1'!.; M (><< ,t k#." ;,t''vl.' ,1\ '.. <-Jj $; ; "I
Mrs. H. U Parker left Saturday With food rationing, ilJf } \,. ; ? ; ;
ceremony, Immediately after Sunday. gasoline j'W\l\rli.Mg; : ; ti' it# ,
which a reception waa held. Mrs. for a visit of indefinite length rationing shortages transportation fuel oil difficulties ,,10f0; -\'YNhYii"... "0.::( '< \,!'Jl/iJigifkr: ,* Jz1; ';;; ""\J
M. Mrs. Brown
with her slltt.erll. Mra. W. H. and Gilbert rationing and a i f. t ;k', ; )? ,f/:
Fancher t.1 :
for
)
sometime {
wan con and aon, Marvin went to Lake million and one other complicationswhich "i7\r1t'M'iF: : : 11h 1\W1-gttY! J Ur\ v' 1
nected with the Bureau Dyne, and Mra. J, C. Burch at tiW):* } ::1
Statistic In Jacksonville of Vital Mr. Daytona Beach. Butler Sunday to see Mrs the next are few bound months to develop, our former during 'iI'<1J'1-J RM >f.J;!<.{<1})fi ::: ; 'j"idp' jt;: ', a ifj'i't; ;; ) ,, ... > !;'' ; '''
mother Mra. :
Fancher la now serving In the Justice an4 Mra..Glenn Terrell Brown' Wimberly. easy way of living will hardly be '"" 1t'. """ "" "' 'A.wiM/nap''cxcYiatdl'gI; 'u t.\<\\ii ''

Navy and Is stationed on Ocra- and Mlaa Doris Terrell of Talla- Shi Smith of Hampton was recognizable.The 1 .

'coke Island. N. C., where he and hasnee, Mra. Bruce Compton of here visiting friends and relatives our only minds thing to we accept can do the Is makeup exigencies .

his'- bride. wilt. reside after Jan.15th. Philadelphia. P e n n a.. and Lt. Sunday.Mr. of war'' time economy and

Glenn Terrell. Jr.. of Camp Blan- 'and Mrs. Claude Prevatt take a Pollyanna like attitude

ding were supper guest of Mr and children of Starke were toward our ration book., our toed
),(no E. U Meredith, Chad and Mr*. J. R. Kite Sunday night. visiting Mra. Prevatt' parents problems and our lack of servicesof

Mufstedler and little Freddie Paul Cpl. Coy Mitchell of Camp I Mr. and Mrs. Charlie McKinney, aU kinds.

Partney who have been visiting Blanding Walt a week-end guestof Sunday.E. And. by comparing our restricted 1 B
Mr. and Mra. O. L* Partney for Mr. and Mra. 'J. H. Moncrlef.: D. Jones who Is employedat lives with those of the people In war. T

several week left Thursday for Supt. L. F. Chapman went to Wildwood spent Monday here millions torn countries of boys and In with the armed those of serv our > Chevrolet dealers have the leader's. e

their home In Lubock Texas. Orlando Monday to attend the with his wife. Ice.. there is still plenty of grounds GET A SKILLED CHECK-UP NOW I "know-how" In servicing all makes

:oIra. Anolla Brado and daughter Sheriffs Convention.: for us to think that we are the lrdt

Fred rica, and a party of Mrs. L. R. Bristol met witha BOATDRAINBy luckiest people on earth. ,,/ Chsxif and rofcf' tint Chevrolet dealers have had the broad. b''
friend from Daytona Beach rather serious foot accident ,The meals that we may complain
were guests of Mr and Mrs. L. F. 'Tuesday aa ,she was about to Mra. Z. Z. OrifflaMro. about on meatless Tuesdays would 9Gedr lulwlcatlon est experience-servicing millions

Chapman Sunday.Mr. leave for Tallahassee, ao Mr, Bris- W. EX: Greene, Mrs. d. A. seem the like world.a banquet Having In our other own partsof private / .Ch._cfc engine, carburetor, of new and "used cars and ,trucks. h,

and Mrs. R. N Dukes of tol had to accompany her and Criffla and Miss Opal Morrell automobile to drive 200 milesa fraffwyCh b

Jacksonville were" overnight teach her classes for the rest of have as their visitor this week month would be the height of lux. Chevrolet dealers have skilled trained Js

guests Monday night of Mr. and the. week. Mr. Bristol baa now their alster Mrs. Coy Stricklandand ury In any other country. And hav V Gedr fIraIc. mechanics. in

:Mr*. M. R. Holmes. I j i returned home. baby, Yvette of Ebro, FTa.:, lag the money we have to spend tI
lr
Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Turneyj I. Morgan Richard. made a business and Mrs. G. W. Strickland and plus the thousands of things we still < steering and whs/

and Mr. W. D. Newton were I I ,trip to Tallahassee Tuesday. babies Annette and Charles, of make can buy most with that money would alignment Chevrolet I dealers have modern tools
foreigner
any think he
week-end guests 0 f friend in I Miss Luclle Scott spent the Korona Fla. was living the-llfe of a king V Chide clutch, fran r la on, and equipment. r
Jacksonville week-end with relative at Ver- Miss Dorothy Barnhlll and Miss rmsrax/o

Mr. and Mra. J. R. Dudley spent non.Herbert Doris Goodge were visiting Mlas sick, and wish her a speedy recovery Chevrolet dealers give quality service
the week-end with relatives In' Green of Starke was 'Opal Morrell last week. f low tat

Live Oak. I the week-end guest- of %Ralph Dud. I N. A. Morrell of Jax 'Is herewith Miss Inez'Greene and J. B. cost.

J. O. Godwin entered St, Vint' ley.Mr. I hia 1 daughters; Mrs. Coy Greene of Miami were visiting Droe

Hospital In Jacksonville and Mra. J. O. Randall, Strickland. Mrs. W. B. Greene their uncle ana. aunt Mr. and
Monday to undergo a major operation who have both been 111 in Jacksonville 'and Mrs. C. A. Griffls. MrsT: C. A. Orlffla last week. HEADQUARTERS FOR SERVICE ON All MAKES I

Thursday morning. have recovered sufficiently Mrs. Ida Chase baa returned 'One Griffis and Albert Grlffla AND MODELSd'.
Mrs J. G. Caldwell attendedthe to return home.
They were home after spending some time made a business trip to Gainesyule
style show at the schoolhouse accompanied home by their with her slater, Mra. Ollie Rig. last week.
.
In Starke Friday. daughter, Mra. W W Fish and don In Jacksonville *
Mrs. Joe of
Criffla
Mr. Mildred Rivers of Grand children Sandra and Judith. Mrs. Louise Prevatt of Jacksonville Dorothy Eunice, Ruth and. daughters Reba and s : ;. TOR ODE CHEVROLET CO.

i; Ridge came to attend tbe funeral Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Retch of la spending some time with Myrna. of Clay County e rAND
of her grandfather at Starke Jacksonville and M... and Mra. S. her daughter Mrs. Ada were M/f ua
Prevatt. visiting Mrs. W E. Greene
y and i* vl,,: friends R. Johns Sunday e lb''
9. Ulng here and children Ann. Linda We are lOrry to report that she la afternoon. e. STARKE, FLORIDA



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JANUARY 15, 1943 "KAI)FORD COUNTY TRt.EGU4.IMI. NTARKK. KMHCH.\ PAOK TIIRItF.IBradford







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EIHTORIAt. STAFF 1 Style Show I Senior Biographies Vox Pop, Jr. Senior Rings Ima Snooper was our very likeable Miss Peter "

r-In-ch1ef ___ Idalou Davis I con James really put one over .'

tcorts Edlter __ Virginia Sewell Winners Named KINA: KUWAKDS Dear Editor: Have ArrivedThe HI, Ho, EverY'bodyell, herw's' on her that time and me thinks \ ,

nlor Reporter ___ June Bloss' January 18, 1925 was a day of How can I redu .fI! ? I tried starving your ole' reporter, glckenln' Sane, that In' the future she will eye 1:'

''B" Club ____-.-__ Patsy Keen Well folks, here we go again. Intense Interest at the home of myself until I'm pallid. I've senior rings have finally that's me. back on the job all him with suspicion. Don know-

Alice June Harding Did we show them or didn't we? Mi. and Mrs. T. C. Edwards. It even tried falling' In love. That' arrived. Of course, everybody U rented up from vacatlonln'. And that I blame her.
clety For those of who In glad to have them. I could l
ass; News ?___ Jewell Powelllee you are wai> the birth date of their eldest makes me even more miserable. say when I say rested, I really mean Have you got any extra coat /;

Club __,.__ Lois Newsome doubt of course I am referringto daughter, Edna. She lived in Surely there must\ be a solution "tickled to death" but that would rested. Every time this gashes hangers? If you have why don't ;f,

biographiesEDITORIAL.___ Eva Fay C-alney that super deluxe style show Starke, her birthplace for about to my problem. Can you helpme I be putting It mildly I Gussle would put her foot out of you bring them to school and '

Markey which held our audience of Interested ? The Bell Telephone Co., Invited the house I '
OPA administratorIf
Martha six years. At this time disaster an turn them over to Freddie W. \

gquad ______ Shirley Colley, patrons spellbound for visited her home, it was burned.So SnowedUnderDear I the Senior girls to come down to ( In doubt, try your 1 local news for the Junior Red Cross. Seems i
ep
and _-----. Clarke Thomas two hours last Friday afternoon. they moved to Lawtey. Here Snowed-Under: look at the set-up they have herein paper) would tell me to maneuver ] that they are badly needed out at

pedal Feature __ Nina Bishop And I'm not kidding. Those girls she. started to school. She at. Why not try the new method- Starke. 'and also to Interestthe my four Urea with all that Camp Blending for the hospitaland

Edna Edwards, Marjorie Grider really had some wonderful masterpieces tended for eight years; and due that of taking exercise.: It's surprising girls to go In training for the Junk on top of them) back borne,, since your ole pal Ima ls a

of needre work 'and each to extraordinary Intelligence what a few 1, 2, 3 4's position of telephone opera tors. again. Guess I'll Just have to patriotic soul she Is doing her

one In turn paraded before the she completed nine grades In can do for an over-developed This la a definite opportunity for stand on my own two feet and best to pass the news along. Take

distinguished of judges' to vocational guidance In school.The' I I
group eight years. mupcle. Try this for a while and our use up some of this excess energyEnergetic the hint students. : ,
show off her article, whether It glrht who have taken Interest .
Thlo remember that where there's a : Effle they'll be call- I Either I'm to most
IT 1JKE- brown-haired gray-eyed going sleep ",
APPEARS
be dress skirt or apron. Mrs. In this are: Grace Wagner, Fran- In' me next. Reckon these BHS '
will there's a way of the time else rovin'students
senior-more quality than or our
the quantity
1 am an American. That's McRae acted as hostess and with ces No gel. Margie Patel and wolves will have to roll out their'''
r Editor. have settled down In
S' 2" tall and an
Lay we say It. Simply and with- the help of all the Home Ec.. girlsI weighing being only only 112 pounds-has Marguerite Gilpln. bustlln' bicycles to go a callln' on I( uneventful routine because there _
I I
think that everyone had- a : Dear Editor: We have been .
I
In those four words.j saying excerpts their gals.Cultural
pitt brag. I distinguished herself In newspaper Just doesn't: seem to be much do-,
grand time. Prizes were awarded My ittie blttle snook-urns haantcome from In Rooks' 'I 1
Shakespeare
Mr.
clearly state not only a fact, I work. She has served on the staff Cutups Hear those ling. I'm going, to really keep my
for each class
to the beat showing to see his ittle cuddle baby English Class. Believe It or not
2 1-2 Seniors are stu dying Shakespeare's this week and
J! cornea
of the lives of a years. eyes open
"the sum and alec awards of honorable \
ut yet, And poor me has just followed -the Seniors can be serious and \
reat multitude of people." mention to the ones who held She has only two likes-green I your Instructions to the dramatic when they want to be. Immortal Romeo and I i I thing tells me that I'll dig up a
Juliet lately. From what thllnewsgll'lIe two all timid
scoop or so you
1 Is our country. She Is second and third places respec- and yellow, together or separate. word. What's going to becomeof !
America can site and hear of souls had better watch out If
Since she has Is you
dislikes. she
Then the best of the no
tively. part Ittle me?*
ur heritage and It Is for her afternoon arrived when refreith- one of our moHt agreeable seniors. poor Cuddle. HONOR ROLLIt thorn, they are quite enthusiastic j: don't want to get caught. I Just :',

for which sbetands over MOONSTRUCK, in fact!II love to print things that might
things Her she
Ii those future is un
ments of punch and cookies were says, ,
Dear Cuddle: Is with sincere pleasure that The lack is bal-
only thing they a create Interest. ,
that we are now fighting. served. I might also add "Home decided. But whatever she does
Evidently you haven't cut out we here present our Bradford I cony to make It the real thing; 'I ''
Invited we, the seniors take this I Well must hit the road and run ,
had
of free people EC. cookies. Each girl opportunity
She Is the home I her other to wish her succerethroughout the cuddle talk yet. Try It Just ,' High School honor roll for De so don't be surprised If you awaken down and see me ratlonln' board "i'I
mother or some
certain rights guaranteed onco. And believe me It'll do cember. Those, whose names
vho have appear one moonlight night, folks by'
to be her guest for the her life. Here's to about borrowln' a gallon of ga? I .: \
person some good. Of It'll takea here have earned excellent I
them from the very be- course some cookie sllngln' and eiayin'dear \
to
and Mr. Smith 1dn.and may Bradford see more to go to Jax and get a large '
afternoon even
little time but try again. grades "B" better for the : I
try. or
entire -
ole' Will.
I 1
In those words we tell like her in supply of mo favorite nail
inning. found his way down toward the the future. Kdltor month. No "C.." allowed polish. ... ,:
are -
he world what we are and what department to gaze at the wond;. since Spotted and Jotted -- Saw quite I, B" veeln' you next week. "' ,
We look to the North we want It to be! trulyan H few Bradford Hitch; kids and (
e believe. rous woika. Teachers and students Dear Editor: honor of --Ima. ,

..net- to the South .and we realizehat alike were all ,excited for My favorite hot dog stand has I denttTo roll the top honor ranking stu their flames en Joy In' a little nile J.
roll Is
/ rate \
we are a part of a great It Isn't everyday that a Home gone up a fickle on hotdogs.The a commendable achievementand life over the holidays Glimpsed Band DonationThe -j\\1(

Junlverse In which there Is a pat- c., Dept., of BHS gives a style OPA nays' that nothing can very it is for that reason that we Carolyn G. and her favorite i I 1r

item of living for the common show such as thlw one proved to be done about It., But maybe you ) hereby lint the names of those lieutenant attendln' church tot her" Band wishes to thank theSenior : if:

eople as well as the rll'lThere be. I think that everyone will can help me. | honored students. Sunday night-Freddie and Earl class I of "41-42" Mr :''i

e great monuments which have that It a success and a Woody| 1I agree was 12th Grade Smith, Mr. Bates find Mr. Prince t

een constructed such as Grant's victory for our girls in the sense Dear Woody: ) Idalou Davis and H. F. braving patrolmen to >for the donations they have given "

omb and the Statue of Libertyto that they really showed what I: don't know much that any-I Edn.i Edwards drive over Gainesville way to see I I ua. These donations will be used 1}J.I" '

( remind us of the fight our they could do. Some of them are $; '" & body can do about It, My favorite Eva 'Fay Galney "White Cargo" which is quite a to buy music. The plans are to t if
Tlorefathers to % .- picture, by the Also -
, : made preserve quite efficient, if their dresses 1l '*" hot-dog stand has gone up on the Marjorie Gilder way. spotted buy several new marches and I

I hose things we love. When we are any evidence of proof. Let'I!' ,<;.'. .,, .'{'i"'<'< a price of their hot-dogs, too. ButI Martha Markey Alice Pat, and Elise coming overtures.The 1
them (I; >> out of cinema utter
, Lay those words, "we say have another one soon girls. ,.. still buy Just us many as before Zannle Stanley sturryeyed Band Is now accompanying l',j\ \ '
favorite movie
seeing hero the
I loftly and sweetly and proudly. How about that, Mrs. McRae'fJudges t suppose you'll just have Clerics Thomas the student body In singing for I ,

I am an American. And God bang for the afternoon were: HHIHLKY COLLKYShirley I to grin and bear it until this war Easley ShufordJoe one find only (one's enough don'ty'all chapel "
to was off to a good starton think), Gene Autry. programs.ix :',
with me I am going fight Mrs. Walker, Mitts Madge Whig- is over. '- Andrews )

,. vita everything I have to keep It ham, and Mrs. Audrey Kalch. April 19 1926 In Hampton.This Kdltor. William Baker Hear Margarita Gilpin got a rincrrr cnriir. 0"1"01"1 \ ,

0> I can say that.Don't .,' I Prizes were awarded to:, 1st brown haired brown eyedsenior II' George Flynn loiig-long-long distance call from I rotary CKHV.ncrnard' rloIIll IN I'IIA\-: ';\ :
atHam"
I started to school Dear Editor: j Massachusetts and got excited M Mitt.,' Plaintiff, .
class: 1st prize Barbara Home; 'I Wilson Greene so v''" i
ton. During her fourth year she I have. heard that give I..dI I.u PuNhukowa Mlllitr Defendant I '
: ( Complain 2nd prize Barbara Keen; 3rd you Kenneth Martin she couldn't say u word. That's! ('see U7I. 1
,; Jean Atkins. moved to Sebilng. Then Ocala! I: advice to the lovelorn. Well I 1Kb GradePhyllis nothln', MarR'llrlte-lIot; a cull iiitstt: tN or''. :l.oATION ; t l
prize
; [Principal Advises received her for a year. From don't really know what lovelorn from ole' pal Clerco (otherwise ANI> NOT1CH TO AJ'"EAH ,;<:I''
2nd class: 1st prize. Marjorie Hazen HTATH 01"* PIXlttDA to: KodlH' ,'
I Davis; Honorable mention-Mary there she came to Starke. In means, but maybe that's my con Martin known an THE KILLER) Potts of rnnhukiiwu. Mlll r, wh,..* r*.ld ncl "'I'

,; In assembly on our first day Hall Mary her sixth year she came to us.; dition. I'm really H likeable Fhyllio Banana Creek, and fainted dead l I. Unknown. '
Marjorie
Caldwell ,
I Mr. Smith us Jo the movies- Virginia Sewell You are r.t to appear on .t
I back in school gave I I Hazel Reading going to -- guI; so I've been told, but not a-way.What's.
Zannle Stanley 1st. in the above '
. I Kelley, 10th tirade February 1943 ;J\\
which to
with she onions
some good points alone says- football the right I may be
Starr, and Dorothy Faxon. by person. C. 'V, ColsonMerle buzzln, Cousins ? nearthel'e' itamod Court and c"uo, wherein(
I begin the new year. He used as I and arguing anything. anytime, on the corpulent side, but thatshouldn't plaintiff seek. dli'orre.. IlmdfortlCounty '
3rd class: let prize, Odessa! Mc GrlderJullanne goln to be several rounds ) t'
:' I his scripture "Stand still and be- and any where, constitute her make difference tot TvUsruph .hall publish thU ,
: Rae, 2nd pilze. Charlotte Wag- any Thomas of box In' Friday nile up at the Order) In next four weekly Indued.. '
t: hold the wondrous works of God"Ifany : Red likes. Baseball l Is her only dis h e "object of my'affection.." Wit.. my hand and official, mmlI t' :, ,
ner 3rd prize Hazel Fields. Mary Ellen Wasdin Armory, so come on up and Hpurr ..
: I times we take for granted ; like. Agreeable person, exceptfor Please don't tell me that I should Htnrke,' Florida. .l. this January1 \,\
.
Cross Skirts 1st pilze Betty I Eustace Kelley, Jr. around. But take my advice, girlies 4th 194* t
I the many things with which we her arguing., settle down and study; for I'm and (OFFICIAL. REAL) A. J. Thomas .
save voices for
Jean Hiatt. Frances. Colley your the An Clerk of Maid, Court.
. I are so plentifully blessed and do 7th grade: 1st, Ona Demorest; When asked what she wantedto just at the romantic age. Or: I Is Dorothy Crosby Gala Event: when all those handsome W. c'. Hard/ tinytona Beach ,' "

: I not give tnanks to the Clver.I be after she seventeen too younftn Florida. Atty. fur Hf. t.* 4t 13'Jiv
graduation replied -
" Robinson 3rd, B. H. S. brutes hep i
Jean .
;
I a', he 2nd, Betty Oleeta Green get to ... .. ,
Mr. Smith used saying ,, "1 really don't know." She Lovelorn. the glovep.! ; \
Young. Barbara Horn
Jacqueline I
; [had seen"(n an office to base his rmrrfr rorn-r, eninronueco'p.'rv.paons.4 .
I because '8th grade: 1st. Mary Weldon; has a rough Idea though (I finally Dear Lovelorn; AIHne Kelley Switching to the serious side, ,. *** ,....", '._
talk upon, "I complained found out). She In be {'PoRT. ,- '
: may go is too to
No
young '
age
Lucille Alvarez. Barbara Keen kids I
would
2nd. like to make
shoes until I the a pla.How's T, C. impi.ey, Plaintiff. VK. Emily
II saw
. had no 1st prize, training for a nurse But as you romancing around. 'Just look at Mercer
Second students: Reddish about D.mp..y, Defendant Cam
I ',' year Pansy some of you .rovln' '1
man who had no feet. We should know. women will change their Juliet. Juliet was No. 3247.OKIIKR.
and ,
, Geor- Romeo
Shuford; 2nd prize. I ClariceROilier Ronallnds become
Easley Ima
Snoop, or runLH'ATTovANI )'
; j use what we have to the beat advantage mind. If does become Jr"1 tl;
I she anurse and what a ro-
gia Gilpin; 3rd prize Shirley Bos- only fourteen lth tiradePoheit and sneak some gossip In > NOTICK TO API'IAR!: .II'
I, I and not 'be complaining I as we'know she will if she)I I manco she did have. As for your Turner famed News snArE OK FLX1IUDA to: Kmllv ,
Box Shoo would be t
Mercer U.mp..y whose resIdence lie
l
, laa(because we don't have as much tick.Well.. I guess I had better cut really makes her mind up to do being a touch overweight see my 8tli tirade appreciated "every day about H03 1'ntternon 8 t r'a i t, ValdoMu. t,' i

. our neighbor. Have you ever make another r that, we may say "Doctors, be answer to "SnowedUnderAnd 1ar1 '
and \ : :
this short go Marian Brown noon time. I I I---'a.; :
,
.. !
I think that wecouldn't to 41
( stopped to probably ware! if ; likeable girl I see no - required appear on ,i
McRae you're a '
( bound button hole. Mrs. Mildred Edwards I Tramp. Tramp, Tramp, the kids February tut, I43, In the above ,' .
do what our neighbor said that my last 15 looked a reason in the world why heshouldn't Joyce Moore I named Court and .,au.., wherein \I f,:
- (does to get what he has. A little I to see things are hiking Hear a few local lalnll" seeks divorce. Ilradford 'i,
Icant begin
little lopalded" Oh goodness Elmer Johns T le. ,
County
I blind instead of complaining ladu and lassies hiked to Klngsley raph ehall puhlleh thin f iftl
girl
help It If I'm not the domestic your way. 7th Crude Order 'In next four w..kly Innuen. V.
I thought of aU the nice things she Editor. Lake tother morning. Among the I Wltnenn my hand and official ,P,

I bad to be thankful for,and went type. So long. See ya next j -. -- Ona Demorest hefty hoofers weYe: Comer Nina, east bar' 35th.at Ntarko, mi.Florid, this Decent- ., )"

I about the world spreading cheer week. -SUI'Ie. HI Ya Editor:. Edith Manning PYeddle, Patsy, Joe, Earl, Jimmy 1 A. ]. Thomas ,t\,

into other lives. If a blind girl Me-'-:'i,don't. have many trdubl, Barbara Jean Mahugh Nunn, freshmen at U. of .... and An Clerk of Said Court I.
Audrey Anne Prevail Knight A: knight, Btarke. Florldn (
I was thankful certainly we, who -not me. Just a few bad grades, Ells Green. They tell me the Ally for (.It. 1.1 4t IJ "

I have seeing eyes should never Boxing Bouts ; too many thirty minutes after Rebecca SimpsonRobert only thing different from the I (OFFICIAL $' ALt) :;

and girl frouble. Two C. Frazier usual hike Is that they roJo out I ; ,
complain but throw. sunshine school /; '
Friday Night Claud Johns, Jr. 'I''I'I "
|along the way In every one's path. girls':, ,kinda complicates thlng.abit and back In a station wagon. IV (IHC-I IT flllllT. IUI"UFonn '
'
all. Whatdo William' SmithQuestion Attention N. B. and B. If <'f" 'I"1.01111''' 1:* ,('""N. \ :'
The next time you start to The war changes everything. I And that's ,about! C.-- I CICHt'. '


and "left Ca ref rae. of The Week that telegram to- Lana just let waret F, Wit I. Fife, Defeindant. 1'
| d because I had no shoes until I football to "right face" L \ fane No 2J48OUDKH ,:

'iw the man who had no feet face;" from volley ball to boxing. l Dear Carefree: I I I Snoop know. Telegraph Teresa I f>v pirnLifMTirr ''t r
Are You To AND NOTU'B Tt> AI'I'KAH :
I Monday !January 11, 1943 the The boys have taken to boxing, IOALOU DAVIS Next you study a little bit "Why" Going that's yours truly! I HTATB UP' FMltIDA to: Mir I .

hapel program was devoted to a like ducks take to water and this Editor-in-Chief' of pur school more stay home a little bit more,j' School? Here Is what a few of On running through a popular lI'aNlt 1". Wlllln Fife. who.. reel- ) !

community sing with the band Friday night there will be 10 paper Idalou Davis (also knownas and don't stay out HO late. That'lI ,; our promising young studentsthink magazine on one of my dateless deuce llarhor In co:, Mrn.Mlchls-an.Jo. Drown Benton t' I
:
Admissionwill of the question. It was all In nlten. (I have quite a few, by the'', You are required to wAn *
and glee club led by Mrs. Wall. bouts In the Armory. Dooley) arrived In Starke get you to school on time and appear onFebruary
fun And while of them Int., 141 In the above '
I Miss Stump led the devotion us- be ten cents for everybody. June 14, 1925. She has playeda probably bring your grades up I' many may way. I ran onto these poems, I named Court and, Ca..... wherein '"I'
ideas than those
tmg the 49th Psalm as the scrip- The bouts will start at 8:00: p. m. great part in numerous school some. As for your gh'I15well.that have other they though they were ludicrous (you plaintiff. neekn divorce. IlradfordCounty ",;
neveithleas we print them Telegraph a h a II i pubtishthis
,
gave can tell I'm from Bradford 'I
ture. The assembly Joined In the The program l is as yet Incom- activities. She has attended noj i does complicate things I eug-, High ) Order In next four weekly InaueM. { .

I Lord's It has been sug- however the following that break It to one of beie. Who knows, maybe you -How about you ? '
prayer. plete other school but BHS. She was gest you '
will be the victim the time I I .
next
heduled As the Soph 'sees It I i Wltnenn my hand and nttiv'Iatseal ':i
Igerted :
been to
that we memorize several matches have one of Miss Olive Ray's- first them gently that you're going I your roving ,reporter has a question Twinkle at Htarke. Florida, thin lilt '
1 patriotic songs to be sung inchapel. Jones vs Green grad pupils. While I hi high ;, have to drop her. twinkle little star I uf L.esmher, l4Z.OFFIClAJ I /
I so be on your guard and How I wonder what you are, I < HKALI A. J. Thomas. .
Gassett vs KennU school, she majored I n foreign Editor. 'watch out.Carolyn I Clerk of said Court.: ,.tu 1-21: if!
-E. L. E. W. Baker vs Ferryman languages. She Is especially Interested Up'above the world so high John 'J. Hendernon Knq. Atty. for 'r..

r B. McRae vn Myrick In Journalistic affairs (If.;Dear I Editor: : !I G. To get educated. Like a diamond In the sky. I'lt. .. J

about vitamins, Ihaven't G. As the SENIOR I ----
Parker Talking Elise> Don't know. sees It:
[Junior JinglesThe J. Johns vs Ray you don't believe It, ask the staff)., been able to find the one :1 I Scintillate IV ('IIIf'I'IT (-oi-HT, im,%.)KONiFLOIIIUAI >, I i 1,
scintillate luminous
A. C. Andrews VII Ray Johnson When in the eighth grade she Arnold W, To learn some ('OlIllTt'. IV: ('ILl'S., '
that gives "energy galore. 1 1I Idon't consultation. fKHY. ,
Junior class to be A. Baker vs E. Lewis The American Legion Awardas thing .
seems won Arthur .I
Tllman Plaintiff vn }
low in getting In the swing after I The girls have been experimenting the best all-round student.I have enough to get ,me out Olin W. I clon..t knqw.. Interrogatively I question' your Mahala l,,ann Poet Tllman, t>efen ,J
tent'trying i to of bed In time to get to school I constituent elements, dant. Cane No. J 7ORDBIt .
those two weeks vacation but we/ with a "pup And besides Editor-in-Chief, she To educated
: OF
and thorfe 30 minutes Shirley Colley get In HtTMLICATION
on time altitude
hope to It and take It down. It's Treasurerof your prodigious AND NOTICB TO APPEAR }
soon pick put up holds the position as t'
up. be- after school afe taking"too muchof above the terrentlat sphere STATE OF FLOHIDA tot Uah.ie '
I' looks but we
The Junior boys seem to be doIng not as easy as It the "B" Club. my "leisure' time." %What'!! I I Dooley Davis The future Similar to carboucrous (some- Lena I'nut Tllman wh...... reeldenre \,
little practicewe ,
with In Old
that a Iloonton Road Towaoo New
without faces. lIeve -.
a few familiar Idalou likes: letters from Eng- demands that I ,
I with the Army. do? go. tic octahed'al In the celestial Jerncy; and who. P. O. AddrrnaIn

BUI Parker, hae Joined the Navy. could compete wouldn't wantto land, stamps, history, and big Lazy and Late. Grace Wagner To better my firmament. <-o| Wright Aeronautical Co,po. ij ijI
Bill Parish Confidentially I ration Fatternon, New J.ra.". 'f,
has received his notice Home
i of these nice cold words. Dislikes: lies and Dear Lazy and Late: self. I Dlsgustln' ain't It? I I You are required to appear. on I.i.

from the draft board. Old spend any EC. (the sewing part). Did you ever hear of going to ; Doris Can't find I Hat Band Clippings: Glimpsed February lit, 1943, In the above '1I 1//
Uncle Sam is at the 1 nights In one. Hodges any I named Court and wherein
knocking After school In BHS. bed before dawn? ''Or of such a I ciauna
finishing Under
door of old' -V. S. : place else to go. Marjorie and Jewell! Powell 1 plaintiff neekn. divorce. RradfonlCounty "I fj
all the eighteen year she Intends to major in political thing a. an alarm clock. They're Julianne T. To an education. -I attending the cinema tot her night Telea eaph shall publlnhi thisOrder '
i get i!
boys. .
.
Ralph Dudley l Is still in In next four weekly Innuew.
have
science at Tallahassee. Upon handy gadgets to with two fair haired I In
very lads I I Wltnenn hand and official Mtial ,:
the my ,
Week"A
Marines dark he :'wants, to Join the Book Of The graduating from, Tallahassee, the around when the cold grey dawn Walter Dew 'Cause I have khaki. Nice work If ;you can getIt at Htarke, Florida thin January :I t ,

but has already receivedhis will teach if she doesn't change ILI breaking in the East. About | Ith. int. '
Lantern in Her Hand" Is says I. (OI/P'ICIAL. anAL) A. J. Thomas ,
draft
so It will be a fight time spent In read- her mind and join the WAACS. vitamins; maybe you're not eat- Oh me that Home EC., style An Clerk of said Court. I :L
between the Marines. well worth the to.7th W. C. Hardenty.. O.lonae..h.. 'tI "
Army and "Strive for merit and the right kind of food. Cut '
James It. It tells the life story of Her motto ing Grade show has shure done a whole lot Florida. Atty. for P.'f. 1.1 4t. 1-3 I \

Adklno ll taking a mechanIcs Ing"Addle" her hardships and Joysof attain success" has been serving out so much candy and cokes and : BoysMr. to show our very doubtful parents I f : 'f''

course at Jacksonville and her for a number of years. And other Junk. I think that'll help. I what we girlies can do with a iv riKCTiT roi'HT. 1I'H".rORn. ;
Beryl Casey Is. taking an electric living. Thome, manager of the I COUNTY., r.OHII'\1 I" (-Iie'iciiv. .- '
will Editor.
makes the scenes we feel safe to say that it needle I and thread. Marjorie' .
elders The author ,U. S. O. took some moving pictures -
course there. and descriptive that continue to do so. Davis and Easley Shuford, two of Paul Weber, Plaintiff, vn. fnnntunce -
The Junior eo interesting of our clam Monday. He M. Mall Weber. Defendant.
class Is the
boys : "
live with Ad- Read This PleaseWe the lucky prize winners surely Case No. 1z7c. '
fly' class feel like you has a son In our room.
In the of Florida, you
state book. You d'd' look like something out of a OltOKK (Pa' PfTBtlfATION
Needed I
the Coat I
Imagine (except the State die" throughout Hangers We regret we have so many I I ANn NOTICK TO APPEAR
beginning a new band box. While I looked like
are now
Prison will wonder why this generationIs absences this month. I 8TATK OF FIXIlll to Cnn-
Farm) that answers the when they are descendants The Junior Red Cross Is pro- school: session and a new set of I the familiar oldhag.. Oh well Minna M. Hull Weber whose renllenie -
-oil weak Claude Johns 7-P .
by so reporter < In 40 Uaver Court, Ch.ieeiManor
numbers. It starts at one
and of such hardy pioneers.The moting a campaign for collecting editions for our BHS Journal. If :not everybody can have ability. Htreet I-ondon. H W/ .1.Knnland. .

goes through 47. When the of the grasshoppers : coat hangers which are to be you enjoy reading our paper and ally appealing to you grade reporters That' what I keep telling myself. : ami I'. O. Address In
'"OU i is Incident are of Torntiulnt Mote!,, Torquay,
being called, it sounds like and destroying all their :used In the hospital' a t Camp want It to continue to print the for we want you to get Say. did I remember to tell you Mouth Devon, Knitland.

i tobacco auctioneer. 1, 2, 3. ,4, 8, coming readily that I Blanding., All students are asked happenings In and about the cam- down to work and hand_ In thenews. all who the very energetic senior'I You are required. ta appear on '
''I 1. where Is TT crops shows very I| February- lat, 1943 In the above ,
the complaining to donate as many as they can. pus you now have a chance to do This Is everybody's paper was who fooled a certain teacher
I The weren't I I named Court and wherein'plaintiff 3
Junior girls teem quite existed they but were thankful for their Give what you bring to Freddie so. We have a NEWS BOX de and It Is. Just as much your responsibility by getting her to sign an excuse1!' seeks divot cause.... Bradford 11 '
type,
about the Junior-Senior ban- and what provisions Wlmberly. This I Ia one way In posited In the hall of the main ao ours. You give the which said that she >romlaed to Cnunty Telearraph shall publish thin. .
famllleD. health. Orrier In next four weekly' ftnaueja..Wltnenn .
met. it seem* that it Is going will for use. If staff, merely one dollar to him at the end .
for life were left. You which you cn >elp ;your country. building your you news. We. the pay my hand and official neal

to be quite soon. We Juniors are and at the woman who ""; have any news for Ima or a problem assemble It and see that It gets of the period? Well, here goes.It al ,Btarke. FIorI.... this January4th.
'afraid with 14t.IOFFI'IAL..
the food rationing will gets laugh her children according Office supplies; of all kinds tow, for Vox Pop or even Just printed. Wby not talk It up and was none other than our very SKAT.,) A. J. Thomue ,

before,we ,can give our honor- brough up book. sale. at Tbe Bradford County grade news ,why not Jot It down boost your BHS Journal 100 per- handcome and 'quiet James A, Clerk of sid Court:
then
green narb,
|able Seniors a banquet. to the red. -. I.. JBJ. Telegraph. and drop it by. We are especl- cent? We need help. rooks. The victim of the trick w.Florida fHardenty., Atty, for. }'It Paytona. I-* 4t a.aiiii :.

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i of the Production: Corps announces I the charger Glimpsed pretty I
SOCIETY and CLUBS RED CROSS
I the following garments shippedthis Urs. James Ball (BUS, faculty) Reports to FDR !

'!J -.--- -- -_ -0.--- -. -- '--- .- ... -.. -APPEAL week: 89 shirts 10 overalls doln' a grand Job of holdln' Interest -
25: skirts and one quilt donated. with her talk at Methodist

Woman's Club StrohscheinPetersonWednesday: I Auxiliary Members She expects to be able to make League Sunday night Hear
I another shipment next week. Lt Carl Fielden good friend of
Held Regular Meeting Hear Missionary .. .
6 Miss A oolnmn "by, f r il Hoot"th
Jan. ,
night, .t lira Crmmm Work In MtHrkr, The Red Cross ladles of Buck Crawford is now at Blan- ki F
Wednesday AfternoonThe Alice Peterson, daughter of Mr. I From Thailand Prepared br !Muff M.ml.*.... Brooker met at the club houoe ding but thanks to a dirty deal

Woman's Club held an Interesting and Mrs. Frank O. Peterson became I The Ladles Auxiliary of the Starke Production Rooms are Tuesday afternoon and made kite, from Lady Luck he's' gettln' his
1 meeting Wednesday aft- the bride of Staff SergeantC. Presbyterian church met Tuesday announcing 'a new schedule effective skirts and overalls They have first glimpse of Fla. from a hospital -
Strohscheln who In. stationed this week. The Rooma In 32 of window Here's wishes
:? ernoon at the club house and the B. afternoon in the church school already completed pairs ,
high-light of the occaalon.was the at Moody Field, Valdosta, rooms and had as a guest the American Legion Home will overall. They will meet each I for a quick recovery. Carl, and

address by L. I<. Chapman, sup- Go. The' ceremony waa performed speaker Mra Florence B Crooksof be kept open only V>ue afternoon Thursday afternoon. Anyone In I welcome to our town II I II

erintendent of the State Prison at the Starke Baptist Church St. Augustine who Is a returned 'week. THURSDAYS. You are I this community interested in Red
A Farm. with the pastor the Rev. A. E. I missionary from Thailand. asked to 'be',prsent at 2 P. M. Cross Work will please see Mra' Those three ole wlt.c'hSore I

Mrs. A. Z. Adklns chairman of Lightfoot, officiating. Mrs. Crooks stated that the pea every Thursday and there is a TV.. Markey or Miss Lubedla Throat, Cold an' Flu have been

r program for the afternoon introduced Sergeant and Mra. Strohschein ple of Thailand were not in job waiting for everyone no mat- Plnholster, or come to the club bumpln' 'em off right an' left 'the

Mr. Chapman, who spoke took, a brief wed d Ing trip to sympathy with the military power ter whether you "gevv' or knit or house on Thursday afternoon. last few weeks Sadie Prince,
i to a large and attentive audience. Louisiana, after which they "will under which they lived but wished do neither; Pacing' shipping, The Junior Red Cross collected one of the latest victims in bed

Mrs Rawson 'J. Davis chairman make their home at Valdosta for they wore;:numbered with' the sewing In labels.?;aortlng material, nearly a thousand coat hangersIn for four days One little ray' I
'' of music presented Mrs. Miriam the present. Allies. Mrs; Crook ',and her husband rolling yarn and numerous other Starke for the Station Hospital of' sunlight however, was the
: Jacobi who delighted her audi- have written an interesting things are to be.done. The ladles at Blanding. 200 of them were .cute letter she received! written:

tf ence with the following numbers Rotarians :J'reat book entitled "Tales of ThaIland." of Starke are urged; to volunteer collected by the children of the jointly by two very nice boys
: '''L'Arno\lr: Tou Jours L' Anns Mrs. K. G. Duncan president their Thursday afternoons to the Reno school. Our appreciation to Cliff Coffman (Birmingham) an!

Amour" (Rudolph Frllm), "One Their Rotary of ,the, Auxiliary, .presided! over Productlon Room,'"' The rooms those boys and( girls who made Mlkal Kormanskl (Philly. both
Kiss" (Signrund Romberg), and To Indies Night the business session'and appointed will be wejl} heatedaand comfortable I possible this badly needed gift. now at Blanding ., Junie Parrlsh' -

z the popular Scotch'song. "Annie I the following nominating committee and it' is hoped diet this New weekly series short, wave also on the sick list .
One of the season's most enJoy- change in schedule will Understand lot of the senior Milton Eisenhower brother,of
Laurie. Mrs. Jacx>bl was ac- : Mrs Ellery M. Davis bring programs from London featuring a I
Ethel able events took place FrIday more volunteera., 11\ making entertainment and soldier gals. at BHS are nhowin sudden Lieut. Gen Dwight Eisenhower,
com panted by Mrs. M. Mrs. William Norris and Mra up news a who Is ,In command of forces In
member
:y Biggs. night of last week when ) Charles Ward. Mrs. John Uglow your plans for the;, week includeone from American Red Cross Clubs interest In the Bell Telephone North Africa Is shown as he left

The business session was presided of the Starke Rotary Club were reported that the Auxiliary had afternoon devoted to war will begin over the Blue.Network, Co. Margaret Gilpin an' the White House after reporting to
over by the president, Miss hoots to their "Rotary, Anns" at filled their hospital quota and it work. Friday January 8, time 4:30: to Grace Wagner are among those President Roosevelt. Ha recently
Evelyn Stump and Mrs;. 'B. K. a turkey dinner In the recrea- had been rent to the Presbyterian KIT BAGS must ,be shipped by 4:55: : PM EWT and will continue who are tralnln', in those off-: returned to this country from

;+ Perryman acted as .secretary 'pro- tional building of the Methodist Board, and they in turn will send; January 31st. Leave your dollar every Friday. J scb >ol houre, to become operators[ Africa.

tem. The president' appointed Church. It for use in foreign hospitals.The I with Mrs. D. P. Carpenter at her Volunteer For Victory By Going Hear Marjorie Gride was a '
the following nominating committee Getting underway at 8 o'clock, hostess Mra. William Norris -' DrugStore and help our boys to I To Your Production Rooms In The disappointed gal when her sottlorj I]
ft : Mrs. Grace Walnwright Mr* the excellent meal was served by served dainty refreshmentsafter be a little more comfortable, Legion Home Every Thursday At ring didn't arrive with all the,
K. O. Duncan and Mrs. L. A. ladles of 'fhe church and ,the Rev. the meeting adjourned. when they embarke for foreign I 2 P. M. And Don't Forget To rest But It finally came on a'' *
Canova. I.. A. Shepherd, chaplain of the duty. Our appreciation to the Leave Your Kit Bag ContributionAt later train, so everything is ''all :
At the close of the meetingthe State Prison Farm acted as mas- Three Hostesses Starke UDC for ;'their contribution Carpenter's Drug Store. right now Joe Andrews'
hostess served a tempting ter of ceremonies.L. of $10 to the Kit Bag Fund- f vows that no girl's gonna get his
,Honor Mrs. ( f1
of the' Shrewsbury Mrs. 'Carpenter that her unless it's his mother .
congealed salad course with hot A. Davis president reports W. S. C. S. To Meet Wanna
tea: The hostesses were Mrs.K. club presided and Introduced H. window display ,of Kit Bags has layany bets? ,
Miss Irene Matthews, Min Marguerite .. ...:...:.
O. Duncan Mrs. Charles Al- N. Fairbanks who planned the Deyorlo and Miss Frances brought more inquiry from soldiers The Woman's Society of Christian
len, Mrs. D. P. Carpenter Mrs. Rotary Ann event and whose good Peek entertained at bridge Tues- as to the price so that they Service' of the Methodist Marian Dowling now contlnuln' I

I* S. Hutto, Mrs. C. A. Tutch work us program chairman for day night at the home of the ,i could purchase one than it bas church will meet Monday afternoon her nurse tralnln' at Indiana U.

Miss Arline Mann and Mrs. M. C. the club has been a stimulating latter on Church St. in honor of brought donations,.of dollars from at. 3:30: o'c I o c k at the Medical Center writes that she's I I titrd
Mayhew. influence during recent months. Mrs. Ralph Shrewsbury, recent civilians to fill them. If you church. Program and business homesick for a bit of Fla. sunshine -
After dinner a novel contest bride. don't have' time ,to make a kit meeting. ;, Says it's been gloomyever
was enjoyed. Seventeen un- bag 'at the Production Rooms ,I ___v_ I since' 'she arrived up there
AUTO PARTS labeled bottles, containing 17 different tables The living' room where the then; do your part by donating a Mr. and Mrs. Louis W. Koch ,. Hear Fred Guy, chairman,
liquids were passed around with were placed was lovely dollar at Carpenter's Drug Storeto ,and daughter, Mrs. Paul Hudglns. has scored a scoop in bookin' the .
GENERATORS AUTO GLASS and each guest wrote down his Has. arrangements* of pink camel- fill: one -' & and her little daughter Kay Marlene band for the Birthday Ball .. f ,
CASH FOR GAItS AND Identification of them, using only t Mrs. C AKJ1)i'ht.) head..of the are leaving today for a More details later In the ,

TRUCKS IN ANY the sense of smell. Fred Guy' Mrs. Shrewsbury holder of packing.and shipping. department.1)[Lweek'a, visit 'in Arcadia. meanwhile better practice walk In' "\\\\ "
CONDITION WE BUY ... -
won the contest for 'the men and high score was awarded a double ... a bit in those* high-heeled evenln' !IthEXPERT))
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JUNKED & WKKCKKB, Green and Mrs. M. F. decK or cards and Miss Evelyn
Mra Lex shoes so you can make it to the SHOE
AUTOS Brown were tied for ladies prize. Stump, with second high was armory on the 29th I'm gonna
Used Autos $2b:>> up All winners'were presented with given a box of stationery. Mlsn-j Carolyn;) Callstreet ( be there if I have to crawl ; REPAIRINGNothing

H ,A SKINS clothes pins 00'' that in the future Abble solatlon Harley received the con- } I. Also think I'll drop around to But Top Quality
they "couldn't smell any better prize. the armory tonight an' be a Ringside Leather USed
AUTO PARTS than; other people. The honoree was presented with Malsle at those boxln' bouts

North .Town on Road IS A musical program was presented matching glove hose and hand the brawny (who paid scrawney?) TheElectric
Ht. Ho, ,
by two Camp Blending kerchief boxes as a gift from the everybody Here'syour ]in '''Africa an' tellin' her "not to lads of BHS will stage .. So Shoe Shop
soldiers Sgt. Scheid,* violinist hostesses and also received a favorite newsgal back In a worry"! long See you there .
shower of clatter with the chatter', An'jue' I Acrom From Park Theatre
lovely handkerchiefsfrom
OUE.SIDESH01V and Pvt. Edward Morgan pianist. to -Carolyn.
Sgt. Scheld'a most outstanding the other guests. start the new year off Spotted an' Jotted: Mar l Ion

number was Meditation, from The hostesses served delicious right, howsabout a little poesy (Buckshot) Williams buzzin' down

Thais, while .Pvt. Morgan played refreshments to the f 0 11 owing corn(,guaranteed belt) directly' from the Call on leave from Nashville SEA FOODS CHICKEN DINNERS
where
5oY several of his original compositions guests who were invited to- be Here It is another' Tenn he's air cadetlng. .
W including a march whichhe with the honoree, Mrs. Shrewsbury year Lou Linduey's mos' becomln' blue '
And still I've'none STEAKS CHOPS
to call
.141u will enter In a contest to select : Misses Frances Opperman "' me suit i Hazel Guy's swankynew -
'dear
official for the 79th Evelyn, Santy-bestowed fur coat ,
the song Stump, Lilian Stump Ab L' '
But.
t wo a a.J Division. ble Harley, Faye Peterson Pearl I can I'm stlllr.trlvln';t'.J'1 ,' hard as Perry Gainey an' Douglas Haz'encollitch TEMPTING, TASTY, SANDWICHES \ *.
Lewis, Ladle ( lads) maneuverln' aroundLake' '
The evening was brought to' a Mitchell Delia ro try an'' some kfada DELICIOUS HOME MADE PIES
1 ow. pleasant close by group singing Rosenberg, Mrs.: Charles Darby ; man. thin, Butler Sunday' Ruth .- ... ..." ---,
Are Morv Uo/. bQntgdilade of of favorite old Mrs. William Thomson Mrs. Ber- :; Simpson back In town from Conn ,
sponge male
So if
you're ,, an' so Inclined
nice Opperman where she helped Uncle Sam make
iron? No-of 'Vital 'calcium and and Mrs. S.' L '
,* Japanese confetti bullets ,A & A LUNCHEONETTEIn
Peek.
( to you)
phosphates You need these elements !
Please come and Caro
conquer{ ,
YOU CAN GET 4 Hope It doeem't take long
to keep teeth and bones hi Miss Catharine Nollman line to thaw out that Northern accent Park Theatre Bldg. ._. '-- Starke Florida
tip-top shape. You'll find miner- REAL RELIEF -+- she seems to have, acquired ,
Returns To
Drenau Maybe think the
you pleasure .
'als In foods baked with Rumford Master Sgt. Willard Mann
fan* ACID drlvin'- ban hasn't-put" a crimp In
Lake
( Butler) doln' the local
''Baking Powder! One level tea- After a 'month's
vacation with
INDIGESTIONBISMAREX the snoop &: peek) industry} USOs an' wearln his
spoon contains V& your daily her father and mother Mr. and 'Twas hard enuffto, keep up with Service medal for Panama Foreign
Mrs. W. H. Nollman Miss Catharine Callatreeters when' I was aided top-
minimum requirements 'of calcium ped by a good conduct ribbon HEARRobert
/ Nollman left
Wednesday for and abetted by four-wheels and
a Two lads
!V4 'your daily minimum dlftcuasln' the very
Gainesville Ga.
where she will gallon of gas, but now I'm reduced -
need of phosphorus! resume her' studies in Brenau to two '(run-down rubber nice personality that is the exclusive
sTREEt property 0 f Elizabeth
U.. Stamford's Tim\ Academy. Last Friday night a heels, the going-: Is awfully'' tuff Joiner ,
IT Roi.. Material. Writ/1! surprise party waa given Miss t Jus' ask Faye Peterson, Alice -' Whitty
Nollman at the home of Miss Evans Mildred McRae '. :
today-Rumford Biking Powder, an Madge Yuletide
Drama from the Washington
Box F, Ruinferd, Rhod Island. arpenter's Drug Store I Jewell school friends.Powell by a group of her Middleton i if walkln' Is all it's front: About two weeks "
1 cracked up to be ; Seems this
before
Sunday evening Mrs. Nollman fair foursome got the urge' tq Maguire Xmas bade'' Phil Frances(Major()Darby good-) YOUR RADIO ,PASTOR,
entertained In her honor with a pay'a social call'on Ikey'Brownlee -.
bye as he was leavin'.for
overseas -
waffle The tether and hiked from I
supper. guests included night
duty The beforeChristmas
At
Misses Jewell Powell, Marjorie one side of town to the other a 1 night ,
I when all
Odder Ida Lou and Mar- la hoof ., Hear that they were through the .'
r p/RK jorla Davis. Virginia Sewell and so exhausted when they got there j I:house not a creature' was stlrrm'. THERESSA '
the honoree. that Ikey almost had to give 'ema who should walk In but-naw( ,CHRISTIAN CHURCH: .
> not Santy Claus Butnpln"even
rub-down before they could get
STARKE Pin Turchn-Hirria! back home better than that-the Major
Seems his boathad a FRIDAY, JANUARY 22, '7:30 P. M.RUBBER.

In a quiet ceremony at 9:15: P. Another. flash-r.- from the gas little boiler' trouble en route an'
had to drift back to .
M. on December! 23 Mrs. CarolineHarris front Informs me that at least port
of Syracuse, N. Y., be one local bridge club is callln' it An' was there real Xmas spiritIn ,
SUN MON TUES JAN. 171819Otgnl came the bride of Pvt. A. L. Tur- qulto for the duration Poor the Maguire household!? .
Dunt esk .
chin, of Brooklyn, N. y .Tbe dears! First' 'twas no sugar I Note' to grocers: '
GOT OF EYERYTIHNG..THAN ANYTHINGI Please deliver
MORE
ceremony was pert o r m e d by In the coffee they drank to revive no pickles to the
Judge )oJ. K. Perryman. themselves after a few brisk Landrum household-they're takIin" .

w v: : Mrs. Tnrchln has been a guest rubbers i, Then no coffee I I the bumps, with the mumps! ,
for the past several days At the An now no gas to get to the I t Seems' three of the chlllun
Victory Hotel. She will leave session had 'em an' now Frank an' Car- Is still hard
My my Life on to get, and conditions
j t leen are victims' ; may get
Even Eva
11"Mr'e Sunday for New York'City where the home front' la jus' one big ,
,- 1 she Is employed in the Rozetta sacrifice after,' another, 'isn't It7 the cook joined In the fun, so aliNen" worse.

Dress Shop on 48th Street Pvt. '. ,,. ? Hear Aline (Lanier) Shrewu- I time'was had by ,all! .
Turchin la stationed at Camp bury ((.no relation ,to dewaberry) --- We are still 'showing a nice selection of
Blanding. and her newly acquired Lt. are Kay Wear looked more stunnln' Hot Water Bottles
I llvln' down G'vllle way because than ever leadln' the grand march I Fountain Syringes,' Ice

Observe 50th Anniversary I of apt. shortage! This week's with Pat Brian at the USO- Caps, etc. at the old prevailing prices, ,

j ,torrteU quiz: What local fad Is takln' ii\- YWCA dance Sattlday nIght See them ,
ZONES l Mr. and Mra. W. P. Coan of creasin" notice of cute sub-deb Seems the honor was bestowedon on our drug 'counters,

,y ll N Washington Ind., who are here Merry Beth Knight T Hear Iay"In recognition of her
FR11EE r for visit with their son-in-law Doris Peterson l lively friend of faithful and delightful service"
,tee I NE and daughter Mr. and Mrs. Flo Kllllngaworth, has departedour I I as a GSO member during her stay
,
{ IE dtf. Julius L. Thorn, will celebrate fair city for her old stampln'ground In Starke .. She leaves this Pen Lyptus a cough medicine
'' made. with'honey
their Golden Wedding Anniversary of Tamps where 'she'llbe week to' become an announcer at

IdOCOti ;t tr on Friday Jan. 15. Friends employed station WOWO: Fort Wayne, Ind.
Don N may call during the day at the ? ,. So long; Kay., WOEWOEIs eucalyptus, creosote and other

r: pE66Y Thorn residence, 330 N. Cherry At taunt one foO r Nro11Els St. ref UK In' to let the meat shortage pleac>ln' personality Word ingredients; a I large bottle

get 'em down' an' they comes from S. G. Denmark now
Benefit Bridge PlannedThe haven't killed any horses yet, In ,Key West tellin' about takln'In
/ ; SOc .
,t Plul SP1TflN'/ either .. Caught Bill an' Dot. one of the USO dances there
CNSN Junior Woman's Club of Powell red-banded In the act of an' beln quite .surprised to discover -
HIS NOON t+t Starke la sponsoring a Benefit barbeculn a goat tother night I that some of the lovely ,

NCNES A'It Bridge Party on Wednesday, Jan- Glad to report that Andy I lassies no speaka da English' Electric heating :
uary 20 at the Starke Woman's Adkliw got filled up one. more Seems the Army Insists on label- pads will soon be out, 'we'

Cluo House at 8:00: P, M. Admission time before, leaving for School In' him Stephen, so now his bud- still have a small assortment r'"

will be 25c and the pub Tuesday Only, thing ,I worry dies call him Steve I
lic Is cordially Invited to attend. about Is
BETTER
that he- might answer -- BUY TODAY
Otgnl.Scwin PbftOKV tn* tD '-bads a- "Baaaal" when they call the roll Tip to laJt lovers: Ask Mary
A ,UNIVERSAL PICTURE 2D
(Cady) Blackahear 'the
I flggers she's snapshot taken of herself
Also Mr and Mrs. II. E. Honabach stranded at KIngsley for the duration when she had the mumps .
of
Arlington Va.
announce the so don't think 'Sdeva
she's deceased tatlng. but Mary's a good
"RAINBOW RHYTHM" Comedy birth of a son Harry Edgar Jr., : If you fall to, see her sport ..n' won't mind let tin' you:
on
Wednesday, Dec. 23. Mrs. around town as often., -as usual take a peek .. Llt'ry ItemfHear Koch
'&, Latest War News here Honabach as Miss will Oveda be remembered Andrews of Incidentally Bev Jus received Jewell Carter Is the author'of Drug Store;.
a letter 'from her
some VERY
New River Cpl.- good poetry i '' *
husband. sayln' be arrived safely Howsabout ,it, Jewell? Deny

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JANUARY. tg. IMS BR.nFORn.CUUN'I'Y TKLKGKAPH. HTAKKK. FLORIDA PAOH F1VR' !



I BITS of LOCAL NEWS I Congratulations... for Leader of Wake RaidBrig. j

tJI tJII

Kathleen Norris Says ::
it. H. Mathe has Just built and Mrs. Billy Dowllng began work I CRYSTAL CLEAR cleaning, I !

tailed a 200-cake cabinet In Monday as a new em. *oye In the tried and true ,tailoring, at the .
I
sabine bakery. office of County Agent L. T.I Starke-Rlnndlnic Tailor, opposite I 9Bell ,r(
Dyer. Park Theatre Don't Say / Never ; I ,
\ 1Ij )
ten C: Holuendorf police .of- d S ILBIWNU Feature.*.
,.r. haa been at home with coldI Mrs. E. }'f. Thomas spent last Dr and Mrs. W. E. Middleton (, y II I II

I flu for a. week. week In Crescent City with her spent ,several days this week In Grp & I ''I I I'i

f. son and daughter-In-law. Mr. and Jacksonville visiting their son anJ ,, YI? ii ;
Miss Mm. Josephine Thomas. daughter-in-law Mr. and Mrs. I
and
Davla
J. M
Mrs. PSM
Davis spent Wednesday in I Earl Middleton. S {i
via Miss Ruth Simpson returned I 1
hsonvllle. shopping; "
home Monday after spendingseven I Mrs. W. S. Gibson and eons,

months in Connecticut Tommy and Billy arrived yesterday : : '
'.
Miss 'Gloria Johns returned working; in a defense plant. from 'Goldsboro N. C., for a S 'i/I *J1"I

."tttay after epeneUD&r'tbree: & days two-weeks visit with Mrs. Gib 5 : S .

Hi friends In Washlnston, D. C. Miss Mary 'Brownlee.. who' has son's parents Mr. and Mrs. T N. aS ",'

i been: here visiting her' parents Kendrick r1 y' \

Mr*: JD. .Cottrell'returned Mr. and Mrs. H. 1. Brownlee

mlay from ThomasvlUe," Ga:, left, last Thursday for St. Louis Mrs Eunice WUeeler Longbrakeof 'k1r I 1 j>:
week with rel- Mo.
Ire she spent a Starke has just been awarded !

Veil. a teaching certificate based on .
Dr.: W, E. Middleton la spending t 'le '
tour years of college: work according 'f
lisa Carolyn Hutto, of ColumS. several days in Riverside' Hospital to a n announcementfrom : ra

C., spent: 'the holidays with Jacksonville for while ulcerated under the State Board in Tallahassee .'' Gen. Howard K. Ramry, left, leader of army bomber units In ," \ I:{';
parents Mr. and Mrs. L. S.f'to. going treatment the mld-Pacinc congratulates Col. William A. Matben). right after the :

stomach. colonel returned from leading a crushing raid against the laps at Wake ,
Mrs. M. C. Wells, of Jacksonville Island. The raid. In which 13,000 pounds of bombs were dropped, was ,!a t''t.'
A. E. McKinney bad as Mrs. P. M. Barefoot, Mrs. T. B. spent Sunday with her parents characterized as the largest mass army heavy bomber action of the '.'
last week her Harding Mrs. 'R. A. Thomas and Pacific war.Senator. :,
r guest one day ; Mr. and Mrs. L. S. Hutto, :
ler, Mrs. R. E. Hazen of Mrs. 'H, L,. Hough attending the in Starke, and Jacksonville ; ,,.
ooker. State Baptist Convention In Wednesday for an extended visit 1i +

Jacksonville! Tuesday with her' husband at Fort Crow- Norris Honored at Final Dinner i ',

Jtfrs. J. H. Lord Is now: occupythe der Mo. .
front apartment In her Mrs. C. J. Johns for three i '

me and Sgt. and Mrs. R. C. years an employe in Alexander's Mr. 'and Mrs. Ivan II Hazen, "i, ,\
J-iham have rented the small store has been out of the store of Tampa were the guests of Mr. \

I irtment In the rear. Sgt. A. M. with cold and flu for two weeks Hazen's brother-in-law and sister, :

bents alto has a room at Mrs. for her first real sick spell since I Mr.' and Mrs. A. E. McKinney ,

rd'.. betnq In Mr. Alexander's employ. I for two or three days last week. I 4 E Ec4)T 1,4 to, 1
(
Mr. Hazen
... was on furlough from ,
the Coast Guard. I '

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Prompt Service Careful Drivers Mr. and Mrs A, A. Annie have A t' .
Nee.a ', t '1 \
rented their Lawtey farm-home tft "I dulikt airing iht man <,/ ,h.. how ant kind uo meal and the chile "
Mr.. and Mrs. F. J. Shaw, of State :
,. Jrrn my mother anil myii'lf/ nnuthrr. k .
Starke Taxi ServicePhone Farm, and have moved to ,.!their F 3 3spot ,
new home in Gainesville: ervl By KATHLEEN NORRJSONE O.OI'EIt-fTION;

Shaw la a clerk In the Camp great trouble with! Tha word "cooxrotion"An ... !r-J ,

150 Blandlng! Postofflce. of us is that we don't become' an important part 4 1

our own minds. of our tocial voffihulary be- ; i
The Rev. and Mrs? A. E. LJght-
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foot Mrs. R. A.: Thomas, Mrs.T \ ,
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<,J.. ..... : "t.: can't t
-zr.
Day Night B. Harding, Mrs. H I.. Houghand "" .",, the firm conviction that we or later that thy tuewilfully ,"
( .- >'1; heartily live for thenurlvetnloni / .
the Rev. L,. G. Hemingway ;: dislike something ;,
attended the New* River Baptist ...... .. '",,'?-! '" .f "$" ," t<1"I we may cut a great deal of >. But there are still a \\1

Association quarterly meetlnk at and few likeMartha/ William i rt' '
and Senator George W. Norris of Nebraska innocent pleasure beautyout ] :
r--- Dedan Church near .Brooker last Mrs. Franklin D. Roosevelt husband n/ o, perhapi, don't 'y
are shown looking at the bust of Senator Norris which was presentedto of our lives by this imag
realize that they are being un-
Friday. Roosevelt. The presentation took place after the senator
hint by Mrs. ined dislike, only to find in the
FOR SAFETY, COMFORT AND ECONOMY RIDE made hi. final speech as a member of congress during the dinner held ro-operntive, but who insist ;
Mrs E. M. Rooks of Gainesville In his honor In New York. Governor Charles Edison Is seated on the end that it'wns that very upon having their' own unv."In ;

FLORIDA MOTOR LINE BUSSES spent Wednesday here and left of the bust. Thq theme of Senator Norris' speech was what may thing that we needed most union there in strength" i
come after the war.. would have most lhan it i is
and enjoyed today.
had luncheon ,with Mrs. J. W. trait "I'liprc trtfer, ,f 4t1

FOR COURTEOUS CORRECT INFORMATION White and In the afternoon visit- of all. 'And toe Cannel mfford to

ed a number of friends.: The late let waste, vxtravapance and t'trlhshindiffereruedeetroythe '
PLEASE PHONE 147 German Prisoners Taken in Tunisia Henry James wrote a wonderful -
Rev. E. M. Rooks was at onetime i'
short story : :
pastor of the Starke Methodist "--' -- -- ." -.- ........ about the many who years strength tvithovi lthich' / we ij
? man was.
church and his have ago
family rannot ; Il4 M o for build ,
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UNION .BUS STATION .
: many friends here. convinced that some misfortune and
the foiinJalioif'U:' a just
darken- life. .
his
was going to
LACY' CONWAY' Agent .jerry Chrlstodoulou spent Tuesday .e 1 I ., He! felt it so strongly that when he Meneroi4,1Ieaafli.r! 4

Temple Ave. < Starke, Florida night in Gainesville visiting 1 fell In love with a line woman he

hi* ,little niece born, in the. ,Alai 'told her of It; he said that a, man all day 'long 'st- "lathe, gets

chua County hospital on Dec. 28. s x+11 r+,, so sure of approaching calamity had no exercise and Is even more' set ?

She is the daughter of Mr. and no right to ak a wife to share his than'' eWflBaWAP'anytMnfc except
So she took her broiled coffea.r-and plenty of
blighted career. meat
Mrs James Petrakis, of Gainesville -
VAUGHAN'S CASTLE LUNCH broken heart one way and he took biscuits or fried potatoes.
and Is likewise a niece of I
his another and they did not meet
Separate Meals VnsatlafHctory. i
John Tlllakos proprietor of the '
Electric Shoe In Starke. for a long long time She was hap "I dislike the Idea of giving the
Shop pily married then and the mother 01 man of the house one) kind of meal I l

Good Eats ; children, but he was itlll alone and the children. my mother and

Deeds Filed carrying his obsessive fear still with myself another. ,Of course could fl JJl

AtReasonable him. put what he likes before ,Charles l
::\fl'.. .Lula Mott, a widow to It was when they ,were talking every night, serving the rent of us '

Mrs. Rlva demons lots 20 and together of their long-ago love thatIt plenty of the green food cheese j '

Prices 21 of block 8 in Ward City section suddenly came to him that It was dishes salad, fruit pastries with i

8, township 7 south, range 20 the losing of her her beauty. will. which we American women are Ailing -

east Jan 5; r dom, devotion companionship, thai up gaps In our bllls-of-fare. ButI

201 Temple AvenueNAT Fannie. Speed Jenkins wldbw; was the misfortune. hate to do it. and makes me 'I?,n
Ollie Speed joined by Mae B. MaJ. William Yarborough (bareheaded)'of Seattle. Wash., questionstwo A lonely man who lived In a little mad to see other women In the
Speed his wife; Thomas Speed German prisoners taken In Tunisia, as Fighting French troopers mountain studio In California was market buying lamb shoulders beef I It(

joined by Beatrice Speed, his look on. Major Yarborough Is the French liaison officer with the advanced sure he hated dogs. He could not tongue brains pigs feet, sausages : '
American forces In Tunisia.-Soundphoto19 enough ot dog-lovere, and at .
sneer
SEZ: wife; Elizabeth Speed Cooper, fish everything that the limited : ,
Bradford and the responsibility a mischievous disorderly budget suggests while 110 on pricing 1:1" i
Are you a paid up member In widow,, of County; ,, 'township 7,' south, range 22 CHURCH IMHIICTORY OK dog could be to his master roast beef and turkey. A big ,I'' ,:

<< the A & A O O O. (Ancient and( Rachel Sanders Speed Sanders her husband joined and by east, Jan. 5; SERVICES One Christmas tome friends, as a turkey ough'.to give us three meals; ,,)
Accepted Order of Orlppra). If Henry ; JTln.tT .DAPMOTHv joke sent him a small pollce-doj roast stew, and s thick soup but ,
HO, don't pay your due any more Willie Speed joined by E d D a Joseph S. Green, unmarried to *. A. 11:. l.lHfctfool. I......... puppy In a crate Intending to fol. Charles only eats It once.. A pot-

i and let them expel you.. There Speed his wife of St. Johns Co.;; Jesse Reddish, 40 acres in the MIl Brhool N. .Inn'a.4& A.Sr M..rtIhurc'i low up the gift with a telegram In a roast when we were first married :[' j: !J

i" t< ain't nothing to It. and Frank Speed joined by Rosa NE 1.4 of NE 1-4 of section 20, (ornl l Worship 11.00 A. M. day or two to say that the dog was the basis of five meals:but not : I ,.
his .wife of Martin Co.. H. T. U. T:00 P. M. t
SuppoHC: you do have to quit rid Speed township 5 south, range 21 east .:v.nln" Worship 8:00: P. M. would be called for Immediately and nowl? Has any other woman." Mar. "
parties 'bf the first part to W T Wi.dni.wlnv W, rvMp 8:1/0 P. Mrut.'r back to his real owner. But "
ing awhile, or do without a little > : given tha's letter!! ends ;'ever written you I,
coffee or sugar for a few months.I Weeks of Brooke, 39 acres 'In Jan. 7; ... the owner had to buy another dog; of this predicament. and if she did :
NE 1-4 of G. L. and Mildred Sapp, 1t..J".loul'I'r had scrambled with his ,?
don't call that ;much of A sacrifice the NW 1-4 of the Sapp ll.... U. c. ........... P....rI2 "Perro" big wi.at did you say7'
compared to what our boysIn section 26. township 8 south his wife to Milton Daniel Carter, N. I hurrb stare clumsy puppy paws right into thedoghater's Charles now ought to prove his r 1\
Churih: Hvhool IV'00 A, !MMunday and there ho has
heart
the front linen aro giving up.' range 22 east Jan. 5; all of S 1.2 of SW 1.4 east of 11:00 1 : A. 51. patriotism by setting a good ex- t.t
Walter Donlay Joined by Isabella Young p':,: r"hlfo: P MKv been enthroned above all other affections ample ,of wartime, adaptability to "
have something to
They really Donlay his wife, of''GilchrlstCd. railway except the north' 163: feet .nlntt Womhlp 11:00: I>. M.Wednesdav ever since his children. Let him lunch tomor .t ,

gripe about. .; and Columbus Donlay,, of SE 1-4 of SCW 1-4 east of Wnmhlp- 11:00: P. M Children Can Be Guided. row on a glass of milk and a single .,j

Y joined by Lottie Donlay, bin wife, railway section lv'., township 6 ..'r. 'ilK'''' l-'IMvtOIMI. And so It Is with the child who. small sandwich, and then come t '
NEW'SHIPMENT A GOOD of Brevard Co.. parties Df.the south range 22 east containing ,.. Frrrt. Yvrhrm llrrlnrJim has an aversion to bananas, carrots, home and fettle down to clean his I ,?

first part to W. T. Weeks, of 30 acres, Jan. 7; I !'f"hn..1' N knrrh. I lion Strrrtfhunh A. MMundny "the creepy feel" of cereals, the plate:! of frankfurter scalloped In
Chenille Robes Mark Twain Shirts Bradford Co, B' 1-2 of NW 1-4 ol Thomas W. Loylesa and wife, Womlilp 1 II:00: A. M child who fusses over one type of Spanish macaroni creamed 'cabbage j
Sunday I Kvenlnw 7:30 P. M
section 26, town chip 8 south Lou M. Loylesn, of Duvat Co.? to Friday. liven I"M' T:30: P. M hat and doesn't object tOe another. corn bread sliced oranges and
Assorted Colors Of White Broadcloth range 22 east. Jan. ft; Roy C. Johnson ,and wife, Leona Holy Day 10:00: A. M. With children we may use authority, oatmeal cookies. Tomorrow let Mm
trustee ---- pushing! the spinach-spoon bark and lunch the same! way and show his }
Miriam. Mays Lee as
$5.95 $2.00 Johnson 40 NE' 1-4 of FlllftT. PIII':"HVTKIII\\ back Into the rebellious! little mouth. appetite for a dinner of lamb stew
for F. M. Yearwood W S. Year- section 34 ,townshlp South, n... I. .... II. 511... Pnm>.> ", .'
mashed
baked sweets yellow turnip
wood and Hilton S. Hampton (H. Mill 'Vorlh fcrrrr 'a,. decreeing "no blue hat. no circus. ,
range'21 east Jan ,4; Church School. 10:00 A. M. But grownups have delusions justas and apple pie.!
MENS S. Hampton) and :Miriam Maya W'P. 8unfl.y Worship II :00 A. M lndeed. he will flnd. '
Resale nnd.
her Harden and Harden Senior Crunada. 8:00: P. M. silly, and some of them are driving He may
MENS Lee individually joined by
his wife of Alachua Co., toW. intermediate Ynuth-100 P. M housewives! mad at this moment that the' balanced rations are full
All Wool Suits husband ,W. E. Lee. of Hlllsboro KvcnlnaWorship 7:00 P MST that he feels better I
L. Wall 20 acresIn E 1.2-of 1 "When your husband:' writes of good /flavors ;
Zelan Jackets Co. parties of the first part, to
NE 1-4 of SE 1-4. section 2, township I Martha Williams of Troy pathetically afterward!! and that when Dad
RDWAnrs rtTifoiirH
Only A Few Left W.. T. Weeks, of Brooker' ,40 8 south range 22 east'and ......... J. Morpbr. P......rT "won't eat vegetables or .salads praises Mother' management and ju ,
SHOWER PROOF In NW 1.4 of SE 1-4 section .
acres A..s.Early at the dinner
MP> coo lng the atmosphere '.
of SW 1-4'"'Of hates
10 acres In SW 1-4 doesn't like many tweets, and -
Full Length Zippers $22.50 $25.00 26 township 8 couth range !! Ma .f oo A. III.n..I. table Is !Infinitely pleasanter than .
SW! 1-2 ,section 12. township 8 M.rvlr.a stews, minces, pot-roa.tl. heavy
22 east Jan. 5; Sunday' Man '00 A. M. and dishes what earth It has been., AH this nonsense1 about' t'J I ,':
$2.98.$3.95.$4.95 A. W. Weianer and Minnie O.Wetoner south/ range 22 east Jan. 0; W..k Day Ma.p *:00 A. M soups egg on "always hating boiled puddings"and ; S ;I P
O.'J, Anders and, ,wife, Alice A. are you to do. In these difficult\
,
his wife of Alachua Co., KITGKI.KY I.AKH DiPIIHT times'1 Charles Is amiability's, self "never having been able to ''i '
JOCKEY TYPE Anders to Theodore McIntyre !.... li. M Til I ma.. Paator I
I to W. T. Weeks of Bradford Co.. touch anything with celery in it. 4
and Frances McIntyre 4 acres H.rvlc*. Every] rlundnyHunday when there Is steak for dinner with t.
1-2 of NW' tIn r4 ought to be swept awajr now. before I ,
WOMENS 80 acres in the E Bhnol-It A. U. baked potatoes or chops, or liver
In the SE 1-4 of BE 1-4" of section -
-
UnderwearRaincoats section 26, township 8 south. Morning Wor My-. It A. M. and bacon or roast chicken. with the realities ttf the struggle In
.29, township S south, range which w* aIr.are engaged t
:. range 22 east Jan. S; GOSPEL TAnen'VACLHRlbl" ': : plenty of macaroni and beans and f r
FOR MEN Florence J. Moore as administratrix 22 east-bounded on the north by School ach X ord'. Lay at noodles. But try to give him a Careful Preparations- Necessary J -

Tan 'Gabardine of and for the estate of the "Fields place; on the west by 1PM.livana-aiutla tlrrvle Sunday black bean soup a cheese souffle But for one thing Martha, have (
the and of J. N. Jones; on the D. W. Moore \deceased: 'duly string beam, cornbread baked
35c50c60cMUNSINGWEAR south by the- ral1road. _ttuatad ,in Rlbl. Study Tuaday. Ev.nln. : ,
hot. Have the
and
$5.00 qualified, and acting to W. 1. :15-1.: Mlaalon Hall apples and he sits back from the seasoned piping
Wall the West 12,acres of SW 1-4 Starke, Jan. 4;, ,' Children. Hlhlo Ltimnn. Choralrorlc1 table sighs, and watches the chil- I less expensive cuts; .of 'meat carefully I;
..
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I of NE 1-4 of section 26, town- i IL'C., Raulerson 'and --wife,.Mae "lr'.W rjr dn Prayer ada ,Oruui S P. M. ThursdayEvai.i dren and me eat our dinner' cooked; a tough stew or a ;;
VERY BIG LINE OFAnklets' 'ship 8 .outh. range 22 east Jan.: .!Raulerooiv Duval Co.. to Berber a P. M. "We are prospering row, our In-I I watery mince are enough to set anyone : '
*
Moody slid wife.'Beulah'r, Mae .ll..tlo Meeting, Friday come has risen from $143 a mon\h against stews and, mince for 1 G'
5 1 K.ciirnrH
niche :
; I
Women's Skirts Quit-claim deed: R. A. 'Weeks' Moody. 20 acres lA W 1-2 of, -. to a little more than twice that. but I life. Put hot crisp triangle of but fezy
,
joined by his wife. Larkin D. SE 1-4 'of NW 1-4110t section 1, OP IIHIT even so, gave steak or fowl I every I', tered toast around bumble dishes a II'
of six coots too ,garnish the Eggs' Florentine with .
Price south 20 .. night for
Special Weeks to O. VH Hall and Eva O. township ;rang On Block West l (;.10. II '
Extra Fine Quality eut'l e''Ie. much. Resides' that. I don't think a chopped: bacon; make Charles' help 1 :
Hall of Putnam Co., Jan. 51'; ,and also other properties Byron B. r..l.T K:..a....llHlbU .. meat and starch diet Is "good for In** of the hated vegetables very tl1 l
25c $2.98 $4.95 $5.95 W. L. Wall joined by his wife Levy: A. Canova and Mona A. 1 IuW-or 10:00 l : 11:00M'A. Charles. Last year h. was moving light to begin with. Sometimes, "
Murla E. Wall to O. W. Wall and Canwa' hlsr wife1 to Harry H. : :: 51.Lvening hard work exercise that especially with children., a too- I;
Worship 7:JO "'. MHlblo piano.
Hilda Durden Houston j '
Eva O. Hall his wife of PutnamCo. Houston and Study Wednesday '.00 P. M brought. him horn physically tired heaped plate will destroy appetite .
., more than 400 acres Jan. 6: his wife* W 1.2 of block 3 very tght( and sent him off to and tiny portions will be eagerly

Warranty deed-special: : Wilson of Government lot 3, Lakeside to..IiItITY( ..'oOsl_'.K1.'. 31nslO.rP : sleep no matter what be ate. Now It 'I Eaten from dolU dishes.'to the third I .

Sternberg's F, May and :Martha J. May hl. subdivision in section 22. township K.a.lp ...... '14 Mile W .., B n... is different he, stands or sits In one and fourth helping! I4
wife to' Gertrude Blade north 1-2 south range 22 east Jan. 1In..I1..o: N.rvlcs ...r)' Sunday ,

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souri. This couple spent several and children Colene and Vanlce Sr.. of High Springs and Elmo i.v rmeriT COUnT BRADFORD NOTICR OF AnOPTIO-V! =
'' COUNTY FLORIDA CHANCKKV. Notice In hereby given
that
ROUND months In Lawtey and leave all of Lake Butler; were visiting Rahn of La Crosse were guests undersigned l will apply to the nii"orable ,
I LAWTEY many friends who wtsh the best Mrs.. Artnila rawford and Mr. and of Mrs. Jim Mott Sunday.Mrs. 'Louie Winter Plaintiff. "... Annie. A. Z. AdklnH, Judge CirCUit
Winter Defendant. Cnn No. 5350.ORhlat Court, at hioffice In mark;
for them. Mrs. C. C Crosby Sunday; R. P. Lewis spent last OF PUBLICATIONAND Ida on 11'.bru..r. g, 1843 rur 11'101''
I With F. R. W. P. Kemp was here over the Mr a. Lulu Parrish has returned : week-end In Baldwin with her NOTICE TO APPEAR order' of for Wllli.m so':
STATE OF FLORIDA to AnnieWinter Mlcheal Duke age two year
week-end. He Is working on a home after spending awhile In I' son-in-law and daughter Mr. and co| Joseph. A Dfmov M50Hrondway Vlra-lnla 1). McConoch'le

tTELEBRATK: GOLDEN WII'E TEM OUT government project at Brunswick, New Jersey with her husband, Mrs. Grady Baxter York. New York City New 1-s Et 2-6 Pan lei Duncan McOonoohl.Relief ,

WKDniNG ANNIVERSARY Isn't It a bit sickening to see I Ga., and returned to that city J. L. Parrlsh. She reported a I Mrr. E. J. Hazen and son, Julian You are required to appear on -

wishes to its articles appearing 1 n growing Monday.We nice trip. were in Gainesville Friday February 1st., 1943 in the above
column
This pay
named Court and. cause, whereinplaintiff
to a much rev- numbers advising 'Justice tem- were advised some days before Mrs. Trudie Crosby of Baldwinwas afternoon.L. ....ks divorce. :Bradford At Last
sincere respects pered with mercy,' toleration In Xmaa that Capt. Bill C. a guealt of Mr. ,and Mrs C. O. Hazen of Bushnell spent County Telegraph shall publlBh this
ered couple on the felicitous occasion Bottling world conditions after the the week-end here with hla fam Order In next four weekly Issue..
Wainwright would be In Lawteyfor C. Crosby and family recently Witness my hand and official\ neat
of their golden anniver- war etc? Not only are these the holidays. Since that time Mr. and Mrs. articles premature but in our P. (Bill) Nichols who underwent ., 1843.OFFICIAL.
sary. Fifty years ago, January we are told that this popular visiting their brother-in-law and ( SEAL) A. J. Thomas
Jefferson Terry opinion they 'constitute an insultto young Lawteylte has been seriously later, Mr. and Mrs. M. C. Rosier ,a major operation In a Jack- Aa Clerk of Bald Court.T. Creomalston relieves
10th. Thomas promptly .
Starke Florida, because
of the thinking sonville hospital is better and expects Frank I nndrum.
Braddock for his wife. the Intelligence III thereby delaying his visit Sunday. Atty. for Plf. 1-8 4t 1.at it goes right to the seat of the ,
took Julia nationsare home in few I
l Allied
public. The to return a trouble and
We Bill will effect -
here. trust soon aheteloosen expel
life Mrs. W. R. HaiHlop and Mrs.
This half century of wedded fighting a battle for the very days. germ J aid nature
Is a tribute to marriage between life of the democratic form of a complete recovery and pay Alton Dobbs and baby, Eloise, Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Sapp of AT FIRST to soothe and heal raw, tender. Inflamed .
i man and woman and standa as only the old town that visit. He will were trans acting business 1 In Mrs. SIGN' OF A 'D bronchial mucous mem.
whose New River were visiting
I living against powers be welcomed by his many friendsas branes. Tell your druggist to sell you
Grandin
evidence that connubial bliss can domination, Friday. afternoon.Bill bottle of Creomulalon
with
thought la ruthless well by the family. Nora Sapp Sunday 0 ... a the understanding -
as
withstand the tides of time. It whose creed Is to rule or ruin. Rev. H. U Chappin of Belle- Biglow, who has been with you must like the way it

; is our further wish that this ,Let' win the war first then theseeettlemente Mrs. G. C. Hlghmnith of Jacksonville view filed his regular appointment the tung oilcompany for several C to quickly have allays your money the cough back.GREOMULSION or. you are

couple will IIve'to see,many more -can be: worked out .spent Friday here with at Corinth Baptist Church Sun months, left Saturday for Nash- 666

years of health and added napplnena. I while the world Is being rehabili her elster Mrs .W. F. Moore. day and Sunday night. He. wasa ville. Tenn.,. to join the Air USE :

At the Terry residence Sun- tated. It might -fie said with a With Mrs. Htghamlth 'was her dinner" guest of Mrs. Beulah Corps. > 666 TABLETS. SALVE. NOSE DROPS for Coughs Chest Colds.Bronchitis 1

day were Mrs. C. E. Strickland semblance of truth, that some of Ion Harry who Is..an Aviation Kelly and family Sunday. First Class Petty Officer Ivan

y Gainesville; Mr. J. P. Wyrlck the older generation of the Axis Mechinist Mate In the Navy and Mr. and Mrs. W. R. -Ialalop Hazen and Mrs. Hazen were

i Mrs. ,G. W. Durham and Mr. M. countries deserve considerationbut is stationed at Cherry Point, N. and son. Fred, and Louise Ward guests of his parents Sunday and FUNERAL DIRECTORMy

B. Futch and their respective the younger generation Is a C. were In Jacksonville Tuesday. Monday. I Many Year Experience Makes It Possible for Me to Render

husbands of Lawtey and Miss Bessie cesspool of imperialism and Well 'Missy' Is in the army. Kenneth Stokes of Jacksonville Mr. and Mrs. T W. Markeyand EFFICIENT PROMPT and COURTEOUS SERVICE

Terry the ladles being daughters should be exterminated to the David Lemuel Shuford was for- was vlrttlng friend in this sec Mrs Rosa Plnholster were MODERATE PRICESDeWITT -
of Mr. and Mrs. Terry. Mrs.lIer'bert maly Inducted into the armed tion Monday.
last rat. in Gainesville on Tuesday. C. JONES
Douglas of Washington service of Uncle Sam Saturdaylast.
Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Markey Starke, Florida
D. C., returned home after spend- tAWTKY: BAPTIST CHXJROII Dave 10 here for the seven- THERERSA
spent Wednesday In Tampa on ..... .. .
.
ing several weeks here with her Sunday January 17 day leave allowed before donning By MUM Ida Ha an business. 0---- J n.T -" -

brother, M. B. Jones. Sunday School 10 A. M. Morn- his uniform and looks none the .- ->
..
ADVISE WHEN READY Ing worship 11- A series, M., sermon a f great on,worse for the two days spent at Mr. and Mrs W. T. Zeigle PINE LEVEL I DR. LEMUEL S'D;; 'NTST; f '
another in the camp. and children of Jacksonville spent
Some months ago Lawtey was Young People's Mr. and Mrs. Joe lly Mra. II. M. McRae
Bible characters) Shuford spent last Sunday with Mr. and Mrs.
doing its part towards a most Important 129 East Call ,Street S
Evangelistic
service, that of airplane Service 7 P. M. several days here with Mr. and J. J. Zeigler. Mrs. O. R. Alvarez and childrenof j
Meeting 8 P. M. Mrs. J. S. Shuford. While here George Packham of Cocoa Vanderbilt were visiting Mr.

observation.and lights A tower installed was and built reporting -, Tuesday, January 19 Lucile told us of a major opera- spent Wednesday with his parents and Mrs. H. M. McRae Sunday Hours 9 A. M. to 7 P. M. Evenings By A I"ntme:4:

phone W. M. S. meeting 3:30 Pf, M. tion performed on her father, M. Mr. and Mrs W. W. Pack- afternoon. .. : .. : :
of planes went forwardon 'm fo B Bn w m m Bm G m G ii f ** ** ** *
a fairly efficient basis. Then Mrs. W. F. Moore, president. B. Plummer. We are happy to ham.Mrs. Miss Verllee Starling Is visiting -

suddenly that questionable attribute Wednesday, January 20 advise his friends that he Is well W. C. Rhoden of Alabama relatives In Jessmp, Ga.
meeting and Bible study on the road to complete recovery.We was called home because of the of
of complacency took charge Prayer Pvt. Robert Myrick Tyndall 'WHY GO FISHING ?
M. Continuing "The Doctrine are advised that W. Fred Illness of her father S. R. Swin-
with the result that at this time 8 P. Field was here on a three-day
the tower is uninhabited. For the of Man." Jan Moore is home recuperating froman dell.D. leave recently visiting home folks. GO TO NEWSOME'S MARKET"Fresh
Friday Saturday, Injury received while workingat J. Phillips. Earnest Tries
benefit of those who think the I Thur.day Gene Goodge of Louisiana was
]I
21,:22, 23 'the shipyard in Jacksonville. and Walter Swindell were visiting
uary visiting friends here Monday.
service 'foolish and ,
unnecessarywe at 8 P. M. and Sunday January James E. Goodfellow of Lawtey the Payne family Saturday iStarke. Water and Salt Water Fish, Shrimp etc.
from letter received
'several'quote days a from MorganV. ,,24. at 11 A. M., speaking by Dr. Is now connected with the Orange Live and Dressed ,Poultry Fruits and VegetablesNTEWSOME'S
ago Wm. L. Pettlngl! one of Amer- Motor Lines In the capacity of Mr. and Mra. O. J. Phillips and I
Civil You .
Director Watch
Gress, Regional HIli K I "
ica's foremost Bible teachers. agent with offices at Camp Blan- children of Lawtey were visiting
of this service: Quote: "La t
i Ie a part of this ding relatives here
visit with us Wednesday.
Kidneys/
the submarines MARKET
April were sinking of Bible
Florida Chain Frank KelaaY|of"Camp Blandln
year's "
ships all round the coast of Florida
the
held in some of his Mr. and Them Cleanse the Blood
Conferences, RISING was visiting parents, Help
plea, and at will landing on our saboteurs beaches. and Because largest churches in Tampa. Miami By M.... Name rtormaa Mrs. A. H. Ketoay Sunday. of Harmful'Body Waste Next Door To New Method Cleaners On, ,Temple Ave.

of Starke Your kidney ar* constantly filtering
etC. Harvey Anthony .
of this situation, you took books of the Eddie Norman wut matter from tb.blood tream.Huekldn.y.ssm.ttm..log
Lester
total of. 871 Crosby was visiting D. J. Phillips Mon-
) on a serious obligation to organize A la thlr woo _._._, ._ ._._ .. .
000
were read by our congregation and Corky Crosby all of this Action not set; M Nature Intended. -fall to r --" h.L eo vr IT
your district for Air Defense. Bible day.Mrs. mov. Impuritl* that U retained, may
Your chief observers) are buildingup during 1942. To encourage attended Union Meeting 'at H. Cloversettle and boisoB the. .yaten and ....... the whot We Do Superior Work: '
reading still the pastor Deadan Church all day Friday. daughter of Jacksonville w ere body machinery.. ,
for themselves a record of ser Bible more 1943. Symptom may be nafrinff backache. .
has launched a for Everybody enjoyed the service visiting her parents Mr. and Mr. p.nt.t headache...,attack of dl..tn. .
vice they will be glad to referto the "Bible Book of the i and a wonderful dinner was serv W. letting up nifhta. welling, pufflneaa
The calling It C. Loper recently. under the >-a feeling of a""oua.nalety
in after eyee
years. For Better Cleaning
Month." Everyone Is urged to ed. The Union Meeting will be Mr. and Mrs:. E. S. Sibley and and 1 loss of pep and strength. -
speech, headlines In presldent"I' book at least at Graham next time. Other. .1.... of kidney or bladder dk.
and war commentators read one specified daughter, Ruth, were visiting Mr order are.OID.tI.... burning,wary or
through during a given I Noon Mott and son-in-law of and Mrs. Lem Sibley of Putman too frequant urination. .
encouraging, but these people do, once the member Brooker There ahould be no doubt th.t prompt
were In this section TRY THE
month. For January on Hall Sunday. treatment !I. wiaer than neglect. UMUwoVf
not that we can win this
mean reading through the ; business Saturday morning.Mrs. Clyde Hersey"and William Hall Pill.Doa..'. have been winning
are
war It we lay down, on our Jobs. new friend for more Ibis forty year" NEW
Noon METHOD CLEANERSMr.
Mott is
Romans. back at the Gainesville last
Pauline epistle were visiting They have a nation-wide reputation:
A is 'natural but (
letup we, are
bedside of her mother after spending week. Are.reeomvended by grateful people the
supposed to be guided by the Army Mrs. Catherine Teare waa visit- a few days at her home Inrooker. oountry or... Ak your ntigkbort and Mrs. E. O. Edwards Owners
who definitely state' '..Jh'af there Gainesville Tuesday.
In
should NOT be a letup In CivilianAircraft ing SponholU is here on leave. Reed. and Mead Lewis were GUM" BRANCHBy DOAN SPILLS 315 Temple Your Patronage Phone
Ivan Mn, N. ,Norman Avenue I M
,
? Warning Service. We He is stationed at New' Orleans visiting, Herbert Norman Sunday ->JC Appreciated .

ti, cannot strike the enemy 4, InjVrica! and Is;withthe'MerchantMarine.. evening. ass CLIFFORD_ LAMAR NORMANA

Europe and the PefoilfkHJnfeftVwe Military, life has- really ,agreed Mrs.,'Alma Thomas and' daughter baby ort'was'born": ;; to" Ml.
have confidence lit'ourhome\ defenses. -
with him Lillian, of Hellbronn returned and Mrs. A. D Norman Friday,
,1 I beg In the name of the
W H. Edwards of Jacksonville home Saturday night after Ipen'dIng Jan., 8th. /
Service we are 'all working for, Sunday here with,his family. a few days In Jacksonville. '
d that' you make'your Posts 'carry pent. Hugh Alvarez of Miami spent Mr. and Mrs. V. H. Keene and 7JAr& p #9.

on. --signed. Morgan V." Gross. Miss Loraine Starling, daughterof his furlough with his parents Mr. little son of Lawtey were visiting

Regional Civil Director. This Mr and Mrs. Nathan L. Star and Mrs. Malley Alvarez. Mr. and Mr*. T., W. Overstreet
column adds to Mr. Cress' letter: week-end with her Sunday.Pvt. -
With no Intention of blaming ling. spent the J. D. Carter Is visiting
connected
Loraine ia
I any person or collection of peoplein parents here.Edward cigar factoryat SUNNY BROOK FARM his father. Henry Carter, at the .You can it

our community for our manifest with King Accompanyingher By Miss Arsula CrosbyMr. home of T. W. Overstreet. Pvt. spot
Jacksonville.
negligence and dont-give-a wu Miss Clara Garrett. and Mrs. Bill Smith and Carter 1 e stationed at Camp .
damnedness we are ready to go Is his firs
Claiborn La. This
,
Mr: Vincent VUaggl of Day- children and Mrs. ,Lennie Tom- timeS
on with the reporting of planesIf
since he entered the
after furlough
home every
tona Beach returned linson and children of Lake But-
there are enough publlc-rplrlted pending several weeks here with ler were visiting their parents, Army February I 1942. _
people willing to serve a* observ
Mr. and Mrs. C. Chastain and
Mr., and Mrs. T. T. Darley. Mrs. Mr, and Mrs. J. N. Kelly recently. Those
ers. When those are ready and Vlsaggi advises her husband Pfc. Mm. Walter Underbill of Rising little daughter1'; of, Jacksonvill in the Navy's W.A.V. E.S. do a doubleL
available Just advise the writer were ,visiting Mr., and Mrs. J. S.
with American troops ,
Is dinner
Vissaggt was a guest of Mr.
and, we will go on the air immediately '* service. In
their
Sapp Monday. serving they
in North Africa and Mrs. C. C. Crosby Sunday; 's on own,
., Rev. Kenneth Overstreet.,who i ,
Davidson
Fred
Mrs.
Pvt. and Alton Dobbs has returned to
has been hi Mr. also release a trained man' for war
Knox I visiting parent.,
: for Fort his in Starke
Roy (Huckleberry) Norman left Saturday job after workingIn
spent Sunday with relatives here. (where Pvt. Daxldaon will be sta- Gainesville for awhile. and Mrs.: T. W. Overstreet; returned duty. In its you've found
own
,
to New River N. C. last way
He la employed in Jacksonville j tloned while Mrs. Davidson will Mr. and Mrs. Cyril McLeod and ; I ,
at St. Johns shipyard. i I BTO to their former home in Mis children and Mrs. C. C. Crawford Monday where he Is stationed that ice-cold Coca-Cola does a dou'
Kenneth says) he likes the Marines

fine but was glad to be home 5.12 ble service, too. It quenches: thirst
o again although he had but four

1t, days. ( yes. But it does more. It brings
Mm W. E. Norman who spent I

the holidays Ins Miami has returned -, \I an after-sense of complete 're

: home and reports a nice

K 4 8 r trip.A.. freshment.A .
:Dontttj D. Norman made a business

: trip to Graham Friday. drink has to be good to be the,
Tr W/ Overstreet and Harley

4 1 Keene Jr.. were visiting' at the best-liked soft drink on earth.

home of V. H. Keene of Lawtey

IbiWttdt1oul"a 1 !; Sunday. G. afternoon.L. Norman 'made. a business cgs Coca-Cola started out being good

and keeps Choicest
being good.
trip to Waldo ,Thursday of Jast on

week. ingredients and the finishedpart
Mrs. L. Norman of Hellbronn

,",y was Overstreet'Sunday.visiting Mr. and Mra. T. W It's natural for popular, of 57 years of "know-how" set

W. C. Clemoim' and N. Rauler- names acquire friendly Coca-Cola apart In quality.

son were visiting at Providence abbreviation.That'.why _

Sunday. you hear Coa-Cola called
Only The Coca-Cola Company
Coke. CocfeCoU and Coke

BROOKERBy t mean the tarn chin.,.the! makes Coca-Cola.
Mr*. R. J. llaxtaSKWINQ .
vtal I thin...."coming from a

CLUB MEETS single source and well known
The sewing club met at the .i
to the community".
homo of Mrs., J. B. Harrison:on

January 5. Mrs. Edward Burns

\ from Starke gave a talk on Red

Cross work to the nine members

g .loss I ;;$ lok,, eI e present. Mrs. I. W. Plnholster
assisted the hostess In serving

I jandwlcb.es and cocoa to thorn
present. The next meeting will '

be on Jan 19 at the home of Mrs.E. Ivf

RUL'ON was a America's war Industry ugain Job and delivering electric power C. Long. e e
professional soldier with little Is pouring:out planes,tanks and in ever-increasing quantities I o c
,taste for politics-and little guns-meeting\; production goals Pvt. Ovid Le v a of Mississippileft
love for the whom Cperthat seemed fantastic at first. And back of It aU, of eourae, Sunday after spending several
hanger Hitler, he is the American way of life at
Back of this fast lays with his mother and his sister -
accept. Chancellor. -Qrowing work-where free men are encouraged q'Y
military power is tltctnie: power to invent pro.. in Baldwin. S f.Jttk sflIHBBBBBSBBBBSBBSBSBBBSSBSBSBSBBBBK
After the last war.his the shrewd -far more power than Hitler duce, and everybody; invest ta. Mrs. Carrie Ingram of Starke a w
old Prussian put finger on and all his henchmen have- recently visited Mrs. Tom Stewart Kd&MLjBBlSBl

one prim a defeat* reason"America's for Germany brilout. turning everything the machine.from bullet that turn to who Is sick. The best is always Ja orde thai theM In the Service of Uncle Sam

liant war industry had entered battleships. Mrs. R. E. Hazen and children can condnue to enjoy Coca-Cola
the service of patriotism. and Minnie Lou Hazen were In the better buyt wsietebiyt bottlers to supply" them' with:
Behind the bulk for their need -
They understood war"< great of this Gainesville
power, are the electric com- RealM _, 6-ensc.si__ Saturday morning.Mr. .
Nov Kittorynlferliindmtmrg V "tIpJthtl1'4epanlea under experienced bus and Mrs. Hugh Rahn and

',""ftuorl Iness management-doing their .,..." daughter of Raiford. L, 'A. Mott SOTTIID UNDIt AUTHOIITV .Of TNt, .COCA-COIA. COMPANY,

'gTARKE COCA-COLA BOTTLING COMPANYnlcADroRD -

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,'" %i us though the new congress stimulated ::1I

Ie HOBBIES CAN BE USEFUL by its added Republican "I
"I'tI strength, Is working on dozens of ,
new projects for improving the efficiency :'w. ,_af I

I_ Hobbies can be Just pastimes or !. cries for children of working mntn- of our war program and of 1 "
they can be a real part of a child's era. Red Cross workers rolling our wartime civilian economy it }

III education. For we have gone be- bandages, canteens and first aid looks as though taxes may be one _

,- yond the old idea that education stations. Boy Scouts collecting waste of the first things to be given major ( ata Vw rite "

tIt begins when the school bell ringsin paper and scrap, Girl Scouts on consideration + 11 11v

the morning and ends for the duty at a Control Station (provided Many congressmen/ already have a t'I' I

Itf day. when It rings again in the aft the picture doesn't reveal its location expressed the fear that unless the Mv y,
l
f ernoon. Hobbles during playtimecan ) >. a town meeting, a paradethe prevent tax collection plan is re- ,
be instructive and fun at the list is practically endless vised before March 15, there will

tI same time. Take photography for Almost effortlessly he will be be many people who will be un-
.) instance. Now that film Is scarce learning what it mean when America able to meet their payments and

a child can learn from the beginning is on the march. He will see wiy default. In order to avoid this, ,

, that there la Just as much men and women and children of they are urging the adoption of

I pleasure in seeking out good subjects all colors and religions working to- some pay-as-you-go plan whereby

as In the actual picture gether toward a common goal. Perhaps at least part of Income taxes shouldbe
I "
H wsaa said shooting: i he will sense the strength of deducted from salaries and '

One good Idea might be to Imi- this great bond this belief in ourselves wages by the employer.

I Honey Pumpkin Fie Inspires a Harvest Supper tate the example set by the recent in our neighbors, and in our Congressmen who favor such aplan

(See Recipes Below) "Road to Victory" exhibition at the democracy, which ties us all together point out that the machinery
Museum of Modern Art In New York and gives us the vitality with for such a collection plan already

) 'Supper Social city. The photographers represented which to meet our. nemlea and win I Is set up and is being used for collection
Harvest in this splendid show aimed at A recent poll the hobbies of of the new Victory tax as A- "
This Week' Menu picturing the part that average the young readers of "Calling All well as for social security pay- ,sr..a' fir't e w,$ a Is{'' 'Alrrlrl tmw1,'Zr -
I One of the nicest things about fall Americans-the one hundred thirty Girls" had "collecting" at the top ments. Some favor the Ruml Plan (x 4 ,ri flf., C..rr awwh.l edma r'.b.' ,

j are those harvest supper socials Chicken Fricassee million "you's" and .me.-are of the list. While in normal times -which Is based on eliminating the

when folks throughout the land gather Baking Powder Dumplings playing in our gigantic war effort. it would be better to emphasize excellence payment of taxes on 1942 incomesin NARY a grain of sugar goes Into Wa h. pare and cut apple Inn ,

I with the fruits of their Cabbage and Apple Coleslaw The young camera fan can on a of photography in such a 1043 and substituting a pay-as- Ingredients that result In eighths. Remove core and cut cross j
together '
i labors and heap high the Spiced Crabapples much smaller scale snap a col- project as we've been describing, It you-go tax on 1943 income They the apple corn muffins basking In wise! In very thin slice.. Combine '
summer Bread-Butter Pickles lection of similar subjects which may be necessary now because of say the government would collect the basket Honey Is the sweetener' egg." : milk and honey. Add to dry In !
I table with steaming chicken fricassee Sauteed would have more local Interest than the film shortage to appeal to the just as much money. If not more, that blends deliciously with crunchyraw crrvdfenta. stirring only enough u !,

or beefsteak pies fruits and Corn and Green Pepper the work of these professionals.What's collecting instinct 'and suggest using during 1943 by the adoption of this apple while Rumford baking dampen well. Stir In invited shorten "1 '-),,

vegetables and pies anything good Honey Pumpkin Pies more he would be learning local newspaper photographs to plan. powder make sure of no aftertastethat In,. Fold In apple Fill well-greased ; ,

to eat! Coffee Milk about democracy-in-actlon. fill in the story of "The Home Townat Others favor different variationof la the bane of the usual sugarless muffin tins H full and bake in a "

It's partially the food that makes Recipes Given Let's call this project "The Home War." But even with curtailed the pay-as-you-go plan whereby recipe. Trot out your muffin moderately, hot oven ((4i>0"F >>> for 'fit,

these suppers unforgettable and partially Town at War." We don't want our supplies your family will still enjoy taxes on 1943 income would be collected tins without ado-here'* what you 25 minutes Makes 12 muffins.VARIATIONS i" F

too, the youngsters getting into trouble by adventure variety, good fun and an each month during 1943 but do to make 'em: t.t

it brings old 1 cup flour breaking regulations so perhaps it object lesson In democracyallfrom instend of forgiving taxes on 1942 Apple Corn Muffin "

way 54 cup fat would be best to choose non-military one hobby. Moreover, local Incomes, they would be collectedover fi cup Rifled flour Vi sliced Pear Corn Muffins: Substitute U ; .w:

friends together Z teaspoons Worcestershire subjects. There are plenty of these: records such as these will be invaluable a period of years. cup cornmeal' cup appleS raw cup sliced raw pear for apple In .I: ,+,

before the long sauce Air Raid Wardens on duty, farmers for future historian who Just what version the new tax S l."poon:: Runt1 egg, well beaten I above recipe Prepare same as for \ '
Ii'
rs. winter pulls in. tilling the soil for extra large vic- will be more Interested In what the plan will take if one Is adopted, is ford flaking. >, cup milk ";
Whether !it's the Cut steak into II-lnch pieces tory crops men and women with people did than were former history itlll a very debatable subject but H. teiupnon Powder nail V, cup honey apple |"

a local grange who Dredge with flour salt and pepper lunch-palls streaming to work in the writers who concentrated on the It seems quite probable at present I 3 tablespoons melted, nhorlenlns Fruit Corn Muffins: Substitute U t\ f"f

sponsors the affair Saute with onion until brown in defense factory community nurs- leaders.FASHION. that some revision will be made. Sift together flour, cornmeal cup chopped dried fruit for sliced! t'''i'

or the ladies'aid heavy kettle. Add sufficient waterto Meanwhile there Is little chance I Rumford Baking; Powder .anrl unit sonic In 0 hn.... ee-Iww iJ;
cover meat well. Add sauce and that any plan will be put through ) .
or groups, the affair will be a : In time to reduce the amount we 8 Townnhlp 7 South,Hanice 80 East rate embrace the following described i I
seasoning.: Place heat to sim
tremendous success.Remember on March 18 when The UMHwHunient of the Maid property In the County of \
HOU SI.HOM E. will have to pay on under the anal rerlirtrittv IHKued .r.rol'.rty of Florida to-wltr '
the chicken fricassee? mer.Remove trace of white the first tax payment becomes due. WH In I ho name of Mr. All lot. 17, IS, 10, 20 of Hlk 14 ,'
Chicken Fricassee. every arrJ- And Jlt may be that the treasury Laura K. Baxter ex 1 lot 40 feet n' A W by 34M ft dr,
8-10) tubes from kidneys and cut into department will recommend postponing Unless, said. certificate shall be N A H In HW Cor of Lot 20 II...,. '
(Serve cubes. Place inkettle further tax legislation until redeemed according I to. law, the lion It Township 7 South, hang.Ill ;. ,f I
I: J-ponnd chicken. : property deMrrlhttd. therein will be East \1''
finger IIIII'.W cover withcold EIyeve they can determine how many taxpayer ,- old to the highest. bidder at the The anneniiinent. of the Raid property ".11.
Salt
pepper. I,. i water bring actually will default In courthouse door on the firm Monday under the said rertlfloate issued ,;,,1,
S quarts boiling watery to a boil'and I March. In the month of February, IIItl.whl..h :!, was In the name of Unknown. ,t '
cop each onion carrot celery drain and Already the new congress/ had Indicated 1943. In the lat day of .'.bruarY'1)I ITnlenii. mild certificate hall be I I f ',
d.l repeata redeemed aocordlnn to law the
lift "
leaftablespoons will that labor
1 it insist
bay that '
property described therein will b
second time. Dated thin 28th day of December ; ,
4 chicken fat tick to its guns from now on and t9 tJ. old to the highest bidder at the r,1i ;
tablespoon floor Add kidneys to PATRICIA DOW it seems likely that any strikes in (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas courthouse i door on the firm Monday :
meat in kettle industries will lead to Imme- Clerk of Circuit Court of Bradford In the month of February i i i'
Juice of J4 lemon 'Author ot Slttet ray's Kitchen war County, Florida. 1-1 4t 1-2 1943. which !I. the. lit day of February !
and simmer to- diate legislation to make strike il '
minced parsley 143. ''I, \.
:5 tablespoon.
gether until tender about two hour legal. Such legislation was threatened Dated this 28th day of December, I'
1 can mushrooms Continue to add a little liquid and If you find yourself always hurrying several time. during the last NOTirn or APPLICATION I U ,
Clean chicken., cut into pieces for stir from time to lime and always tired it's time to tlrw session but never had enough supporters Iron. TAX I>KKI< : > (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas 'I _
to keep meat (newels Bill N.. IO3I Clerk of Circuit Court of BradfordCounty ;! .
serving. Sprinkle with salt pepper stop and do something about it No to put b through. The new tl!
from sticking. Remove meat to a NOTICH 18 HEREBY: UIVRN.That Florida, 12-ZS 41 1-15
and few grains of one else can make a schedule for + session it 1* believed hat enough B. Y. Saxon holder. of Tax ._ I ,
Cover with (e casserole add enough liquid to cower your day's activities so you'll haveto a4e. member favoring such a law but Certificate No. 146. luiiued ttie Ind j nt: .,
;
ginger. and set aside to cool. Cover work it out by yourself.As ( probably will not press for leglslaion'unless day of Heptember A. U. l'tO. hafiled Office ".Uppl'
boiling water and' I with a crust of plain pastry and bake to being tired. Its perfectlynatural there 1 i. soma new reason earn In. my offlco and. deedto haw. sate at' The Bradford County ,
for tax
cook slowly : in a ,hot (430-degrce) oven 12-13 min. to get tired but if you are for It. They probably will. how. made hoo Uaued application thereon. Said a ......UflI Telegraph. .i,:

for one hour. Add wy ,, well you should Just as naturally ever seek a revision of the Wagner I _.__d...___. ___. __ _.. .,
vegetables and + utes..There feel rested too, if you give yourself
9 i iT'
are so many goof foods at / law in order that war workers will

bay leaf and con- this autumn banquet that unless When a chance.you're fat home alone all wt e aa be required to work more than 40 "
tinue cooking un hours week before receiving time
roil your vegetables are pointed up their day do you eat your lunch? Are a Is
til Drain half ,
tender and a pay.
consumption may lag. There's no you wearing the right kind of shoesto ae of Price Admlnlstra- -
The Office
liquid and surplus danger of.that if you have either of work in? Do you worry over the ?, M
has stated several
tlon occa-
fat. Add flourto past, present and future and about on e )
these combinations: ion., since it announced the planto lE1)I 1)I
until brown.Gradu.11) which
melted fat and cook things over you have no con d a i
Sauteed Corn With Green Pepper. ration canned foods, that It is
trol? AU these definite
add 3 chicken brothor are very
cups (Serve 6)) factors that contribute to perpetual w u r 1 > very pleased with the absence of
chicken broth and Itt
1V4 cups 3 tablespoons butter tiredness.So hoarding which followed this an-
rich milk. Season and cook until that
cups nouncement. Realizing announcement -
3 cooked
cop corn eat your lunch sitting down
smooth. Add lemon juice and / of future rationing are
X tablespoons green pepper and relaxing. Listen to the radioor
mushrooms. Place chicken in gravy Salt read something that will take apt to result In hoarding on a large

with minced parsley and heat. pepper your mind off of yourself and your scale, aa was true in the cases of
U cop cream A
sugar and coffee the OPA leaders
Baking Powder Dumplings, Melt butter in Addvegetables problems. ,' li 1M' .
a frying pan. were hesitant about making this 8
Be shoes comfortable
sure your are
:X cap flour and with far in advance :,
seasonings and sturdy. A homemaker last announcement so MI
A1414M.
4 teaspoon baking powder cream. Cover and cook slowly until walks many a mile in her own ; of actual rationing. They I

M teaspoon salt liquid evaporatea. house. felt, however that It was neces-

:5 tablespoon batterS Savory Cabbage. Take an afternoon nap. Even IS sary in order to get the machinery

: ergs, well beaten (Serves 6)) minutes will rest you. Do you know let up for the new plan and to get
Milk that the researchers have figuredout people acquainted with how it wlll

Sift dry Ingredients,' and chop in 1 bead cabbage _. that if you go at your Job half work. They find that the grocer
1 chicken fat
tablespoon have prevented hoarding when people -
dead from weariness, you're paying -
butter. milkto
Add with enough
eggs 1 floor it the I
tablespoon a 60 per cent tax on every attempted by limiting
form a heavy drop batter. Drop Salt, pepperHardcooked hour? O''If amount of canned goods they would '

quickly by spoonfuls Into chicken egg And another thing, you aren't sell to any customer. They have 'VI

broth. Cover closely and cook 10 Cook cabbage in boiling salted much fun for the family U you are also found that the period of widespread

minutes without removing lid. water until tender but crisp. Drain everlastingly tired. hoarding may be over and
And about time. If aren't feel that the people now realize that
Cabbage and Apple Coleslaw. now you
and chop. Brown flour in melted
behind rationing is not ,
"quick turned" as your mother the purpose
(Serve 6))
> fat add stock cabbage and It'll- phrased it, you may have to train to keep them from getting goods
cops crisped dried shredded. sonings. Cook slowly for 10 min yourself in this respect. Learn to but to make It'possible for a limited j }

cabbage utes. Garnish with egg. make each move count Avoid han- supply of goods to be distributed 6 '

Salt Honey Pumpkin Pie. dling things twice or more times. t? A tlY; most fairly to all families in the

1 cop diced apple (Servea..) Are you sure you aren't spendingtoo na tlon.
54 cop cooked salad dressingMix much time on nonessentials? The new congress will undoubtedly :

cabbage and apple with salad eg Do you waste minutes of indecision carefully Investigate the administration -
1 milk ,
dressing and salt Chill thoroughly ; cap over purchases and plans? This 'flP of rationing and. the need -
and J4 cap cream thing of thinking in circles take for it, but It Is unlikely that they
serve from a large bowL lit cups pumpkin toll of both time and energy. will do anything to seriously Interfere ,

A highly prized and cherished H cup honey Every homemaker Is finding that with the work of the OPA. ,

favorite for these fall harvest sup- 54 teaspooa salt she must make many readjustments IilSlenderizing since it Is generally agreed that

pers is Steak and Kidney pie. the 1 teaspoon cinnamon, in her way of living. Little 8276 price control is Imperative to pre-

meat floating in delicious gravy, J4 teaspoon ginger or no service few or no deliveries .1442 vent Inflation and rationing I* necessary .
topped with flaky crisp and golden substitutes for this and that tax to assure the equal distribution
1 recipe all-bran pastry knells
crust: the ingenuity and efficiency of of limited food supplies. '
Prepare pastry shells. Beat eggs housewives. There Is some talk among southern
Steak and Kidney Pie. slightly add remaining Ingredientsand Some women find it helpful to members of congress of making -

(Serve 6)) mix thoroughly. Pour into individual -' write out a list of things to be done Pattern No. S276-Some dresses"can another attempt to Introduce a

I pounds beefsteak (cat K unbaked pie shells and not an iron-clad schedule as to the work miracles In making you prohibition measure such as the one
inch thick) exact minute when certain task look slimmer even though the introduced during the last sessionby
bake In a hot oven (450 degrees) for
:S pork kidney minutes. Reduce heat to mod must be started and finished but scales don't show that you've lost Senator t*. to prohibit the sale
IS
:S reminders of odd job that shouldbe an ounce. Here's Just such a dress of liquor In area near army
small onions minced
erate (390): degrees) and continue taken care of.. designed with lovely long slimming camps but the recent report of MAJORin
1 teaspoon salt baking 45 minutes or until knife inserted Market list are essential. With line and plenty of softnessso condition around army camps a

!W teaapeem pepper comes out clean. trips to market reduced to an absolute you'll be fitted comfortably. made by Elmer Davis Is apt to put

Pastry Shells. minimum forgotten necessities Pattern No. 8278 Is in sizes 14. off any consideration of such legis-

(Makes II) amount to acute discomfortThe 18. 18, 20: 40 and 42. Size 18. with atlon. i

LYNN SATS:. 4i. all-bran minute you see you're almostout short sleeves require
Sodsy Facts: : Higher Industrial cup floor of baking powder put it on the inch material. head of the Office of War Information .

activity and consumer income Hi cap list and save yourself the time of said that careful Investigation
contribute H teaspoon sail going through staples to discover showed three general conclusions: I
to larger soap consumption
J4 cup shortening; your needs. If you try to keep lists <1> There I I. no excessive drinking recognized. one of the three essential plant' ,
to
according a Depart 4 tablespoon cold water (more of supplies In the back of your head Name.Addret. and drinking does
troops,
among '
ment of Agriculture report making foods, potash has moved up to the front line in America'sfood "
apt be confused.IN
to
or les) you are not constitute a serious problem; r
.
last ;).ar'* soap consumption Roll cereal fine. Combine with (2) 'The sale of 3.2 beer In the postexchanges front. Years of official experimental work have '' I I.

the largest on record. flour and salt Cut In shortening.Add in training camp is a clearly demonstrated that ample supplies and reservesof r 1/
Domestic oils and inedible tallow C'lHCI'IT. rOrHT. BKADFOIIDCOI positive factor in army sobriety;
water little at a time, until NTV. PLORIDAl IN! CHAN- No American army in all history potash must be available in the soil to large f t.
will tat. the place of imported dough Is moist enough to hold to- CKRV.Bolette Name' of paper.PutUra (3) insure

and tropical oils for this year's Roll out on a lightly floured WaerMed Unite. Plaintiff has been so orderly.Mr. less yields of good quality crops.
soap supply. gether. va Arne Oottlleb 11.... Defendant .Nou' -_ _.J> 8ls._ Davis said there is far \ '
board to about one-eighth inch thick- Case No. 2151.ORDER drinking in today's army than there 1'1 1'11\ ,
Such
Healthfulness dictates cleanliness production is vitally to maintain
now Important
ness. Place in Individual pie tina 1> OF PtTBLKTATION was In 1917 and he has clearly Indicated
Send IS cent la cote (tor
and that means dot only in Trim edges, leaving one-half Inch $ AND NOTICE TO APPEAR each pattern."r..s) to-. that he does not see a need our armed as well as civilian forces. The 'American
STATE OF FLORIDA to: Arne ,
clothing and persona hygiene but law at this time. .
beyond rim of pan. Fold under and Oottlleb Hasre whoee renldvnce In for a prohibition Potash has been '
In Industry developed, expanded and .Is ):!
clean in the
surroundings Patricia Dow Patternssee
flute. Fill with pumpkin flUIng as Norwegian Seaman's Church 33 Ii
home especially In the kitchen Flat Place Brooklyn New York. I now geared to take the place demanded of it by the I
directed above. W. Ittk S..,tN.. Terk, M. T. IMOTIf'M' Of APPLICATION .
where food Is prepared. Light or You are required/ to appear on National i !
Dread Making von TAX ttKf.it
C'kealdlllf'; emergency. 1:
1043. In the above
white floors Insure cleanliness. Baking' Budget Fixing? I/OHM- February'1at.. <*...te Bill ft*. Ia3l) (
Cookie named Court and wher.ln I I I'
You restore freshness by cause NOTICE lit HEKKUY OIVKff. That
can keeping You mam anJ plaintiff seek divorce and change H. H. Oreen.. Jr.. and Lucille H.
laundering draperies, walls, rug explain it. Mia Lynn Chamber sell of name. Bradford County Tele- Green holder of Tax CertificateNo. I"" y
and upholstery by using a soap be glad to firm you expert advice four weekly Uauee. A. It. 1939. hail filed
Jelly': made by dissolving 1 part ..,ri.. la htr. inclosing: m je//-cUru Wltnena my hand and official seal te spare can shoot a gun In mjr office and ha. made application earn- l...._.r.J '..

soap to 8 part hot water letting stamped envelope for your reply ., at Stark., Florida, this January t straight-bat everybody cats for a tax deed. to b. luauedhereon. 1159 Smetmh St.. N. w. W.sb.agto, D. C /
cool. then fluff with Western Newtpaptr Union, 110 South nh'p'll:1 boat straight to the bank and Bald certificate embrace !
whipping. to a III. r., SEAL) A. J. Thomas the following; In I ,
a beater Dtiplaintt Street, Chicago A. Clerk of Bald Court.W. buy War Bond. Buy year' the County of Bradforproperly of ,
RleMd bjr W.. .ra New.paper Union. ('. Hardenty. Dayton Beach. I'" every day. Florida --to-wlt THE POTASH YOU ARC USING IS AMERICAN POTASH .
Florida. Atty. for Vlt 1-S 4t 1-2* pay Lot 7 of Ulk 3 Ward City Section ,; :

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"A05 EI IIT BRADFORD COUNTY 'L""RA"'L STARE FLORIDA _ FBtnAY_JANUARY w ,


I William J. Johns, ,Scene at USO Reception For Mothers I "

OUR SERVICE MEN .. ,

I I|."...PI| in .....* ml In'.''.''' ...,.......1.. Pioneer Settler, ... :.',: : ;: ." .' .. '':.j:': '
i l llrmltoril O>.nljr hoes BOW nrrvlnic IrIs Died SundayWilliam .'. ..iM' JJ'I'' 'ft' '" .1. "'
::_ "Mum. I'nrnHw mid frlrndu are .1''*"". *. ,. .. i .', !: T:: ;
r.. >rra by 1o..ln..I.. In nw and ll erin"T .
ui : ..
the ....,.$ ...., from kouSIr, Nrr4C.. Jackson Johns, 87; one ..
nr* .!.... ..iMHie..t." to writ to .hrrlritraph. .. .
: < rrimrllnic ."..... .ml ...tIIleMnV of the pioneer farmers of Brad- (E4ch work In <]>!. nwe,* will, be ;>.....nl.et a picture
In..r...'. ."id word portrait. oi someone whole' name ill n.w..)
.. -' ford County mecl at 4 P. M. Sun-
.nc-' ,- .As Important the military1'
day at the home of his daughter.Mrs. i as strategy b,
STILL A POSTAL CLKKK: : ONE,, COLt) CKACKKK # .t which we opened the African "second (rant"
Mallory Thomas, in Starke, I F.- :v ,
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James A. Peterson non "..,. Q* was the diplomatic strategy which insured
Is Pvt. ,
who sta-
Fvt. I C. Smith. IU
,
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I I where< he had lived for the past I "_ __ .
tloned with the Air Corps at of Mr. and Mrs. Frank O, Peter- 23 He had been success. Planned by Robert Murphy, cou .
years. prac
Avon Park spent a brief three-' fan, surprised his family on New tically an invalid for five year r' selor of the American embassy at Vichy, j ft
was carried out by Mark Wayne Clark
with his Year's Day with a telephone call who,
leave recently
day Johns In
Mr. Wall born Bradford '
for his secret trip to Algiers, was made
mother Mr L. C, Smith of Gra ,' from Cochrane, Ontario, Canada. County. but his parents' nation's youngest (40) lieutenant general. the
ham Be/ore1 Joining >the Army. The burden of his message wan: ;
moved to Georgia when he was l like'G
1 Pvt. Smith was a civilian postal' "Hapy New Year'!" and "It's ,; Handpicked ( nera1a Patton' Freden.
less than a old. He returned
year J deli and Ryder), General Clark was
1qa. : chosen
cleric at Camp Bland Ing: and Is blankety-blank cold up here -> to the _
County, however .
.. 4' by General Dwight D. Eisenhower as his second
fortunate 'In being allowed to continue 42 below zero! at the age of 21 and .spent thereat ii in command in the African theater of war,
the samo kind of duty In I ; e1w.t.; .. ..
: of hi IIJ life here farming'neal' where co-ordination Is probably the most in
STUDKNT: 'GOESA. ,, .? 1 'S''.*.. A.. "l *
the Air Corps. His address Is: ANOTHER Ralford find Lake Butler until he F ..r .:. portant military factor
.
*Pvt. Louis C. Smith. Postal Clerk E. McKinney,. Jr., former came to live with his daughter.He <_ _The long lean West Pointer Is a stern dlt
478 Bomb Sqd., 336 Bomb Gp., Tornado football star has'ended Is veteran of World War
purvived by four daugh- clpllnarlan. a I. Com.\

i Avon Pan'k, Fla. his studies at the University of ers-Mrs. J. W. Lewis of Jack- EETER ; r':.._ _ missioned a second lieutenant of Infantry fa

Florida temporarily at least onvllle, Mrs. Emma Rivers, of April. 1917 he served in the infantry untfl

NOW A CAI'TAIN -I and was Inducted into the Armyat Auburndale, and Mrs. Fro n 1 Ie'' wounded, then finished the war In the servlci
I
.., lBt Lt. R. G. KMd. Jr.. stationed Camp Standing last Saturday. iemona and Mrs. Mallory Thomas of supply. Promoted through grades to colonel

with the 124th Infantry at Rio wife will continue to live in both of Starke; 39 grandchildrenand Pictured'above Is a group of mothers with sons in the service LLi In 1940. he held the rank of major general it

I Fort Bennlng. Ga., wa' recently Gainesville where she' in employed 41 great-grandchildren. who were -'recently honored at a reception in the usa.YMCA. _ the time of his promotion to lieutenant general

to the rank of Captain by the Farm Security Ad- I ,
I promoted Funeral services were conducted Standing from left to right. are: Mm P, D. Fancher Mrs. John General Clark __ _. '."
announcement by ministration. '
according to an at 2:30: P. M. Tuesday at the Kealey, Mrs.' J. M. Brownlee, Mrs. W.. E. Malone: Mrs L. F. Chap -
1 Col.! John D. Hill, commanding -
< officer of the reglrmnt. Capt. IN SUNNY CALIFORNIA Church of Chrlt't in Starke, with man :Mra. W. R. LOU and Mrs. F. H. Long. Pouring tea are Mrs. upstairs or quit If I want to. and within a few days receive

the Rev. Mr Connely. pastor, of- I.,., A. Da vial'arid Miss,! Evelyn Stump. I want to see that old schoolof
Kldd has served with the local Air Cadet Clifford Hazen has I letter from an officer there n
1 Iclatlng. Mr. Halliburton uttrt -,--'-:_-_..-: ., ... .. ,, mine and
) National Guard for: many years, been transferred from Mdxwell/ --- ----- ------ -- our church. Just as ing1 that ,"V:' e have search

and before Blurting active duty Field Ala., and his new address his choir from the Gainesville Mrs. they are because: I want my '
Church of Christ furnished the Lilly PriceMrs. 'to through our organization and !
lz In 1040 wall a construction fore Is: AIC| Thomas C. Hazen, Jr., mujlc. Interment in I Russell Kay kids go there. to locate 'so-and-ao'."
was Sapp
man and engineer at 'Camp Blan- SAAAB. Pilot Squad 45: Santa .' Lilly Price., 66, co-owner That's MJf" HOME TOWN.
cemetery near Ralford. Several i A word to the wise Is aufflclt
ding. Ana Calif.temporary. iI' Keep' it for me the way I remember -,
with
alonl her
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relatives and friends from Jack 'daughter'of the
''rv. -- ------ sonville, Lake City and Gaines RIb cafe. 'dled In a JacksonvillehOMplta.1 TOO LATE it, just the way I see it TRAIN SCHEDULE
chairman and W. H. now-until I come back. '
: : Smith Ele tedChairman' ville attended the funeral. Monday. Details of the TO CLASSIFY SouthboundNo.

NoUman temporary, secretary.) Pallbearers were: Sheriff A. O. funeral and obituary will be Included I .. Millions of American boys on 1 (.local) due' Starke 11\

The meeting adjourned to meetat Andreu S. E. Sparks Judge E. In net week's issue of Advertising has gone to war our far flung battle fronts are P. M.
% Of Taxpayers 21 at the Telegraph.In like a lot of other No. 191 (Miami) due Starke 10
Mr. Clute's office Jan. K. Perryman, Nick Thomas, Freeman things and thinking similar thoughts to those
P. M.. .
M. 'to effect a permanent Register and Francis Cone. whlla a large percentage of our expressed In that advertisement. .
8 P.
t A meeting of: tax-payers and national No. 107 (local) due Staike 6
All property-own- Key-MCCabe in Jacksonville had Reserve. Corps advertisers don't need to Nash-Kelvlnator,. like other great
held at the organization. A. M.,
proPllrlyowners'was.
advertise in the old industrial
charge of funeral arrangements. senpe as organizations, Is think-
offlco of Realtor. W T. Clute era and tax-payers are urged to A. Z. Ailkins*, Jr.. who spent they have nothing to sell.. most ing with them, working with NorthboundNo.

Thursday nlglit) Jan. 1. After attend this meeting Mr.Is' Nollman the holidays, bere with his parents of them are continuing to do so, them, to'preserve all that Is clean 2 (local) due. Starke 4
affecting
much -
n temporary: organization wall man stated, "There Express Business Judge and Mrs.A.. Z. Ad- II spending millions of dollarson, Unselfish and decent and great: about, A. M.

formed it ''waa decided that the I the interests of property-' Up 27 Percent klna left Tuesday morning to resume mt'ss8ges'' Mr. and Mrs. America. With them'you and I I No. 192 (through) due Stari
owners and tax-payers' and they Ills ptudlea 5:28: A.. M. I""
need of ouch an organization waa, at The Citadel, in America encouraging us> to buy must stand guard over that corner
great In this vicinity and that a,, can protect their Interests much i 'The greatly Increased business Charleston, S. C. more bonds get in the scrap, inCrease I drugstore that school house No. 108 through) due Star

permanent organization be form- better" by an organization' .of this of the local Express agency for 'The 'headquarters;; ) Reserve Officers production and do our part. and that church., 6:30 P.'M. .

4" ed. W. P. Smith was! elected,! kind he said. 1942 over that of 1941 reflects Training< Col-pa of The'Cltadef'lsHde..the If you fail to read the advertisements No.4. (through reserval

3 >G -. -_,_"..,.. _. ..... ow _L_ _nt the: large volume of business following' state today you are mlna Soldier Gives I train) ,due Starke 2:51: P. M
transacted in this area last year: ment: ""Thlsfris1' to certify that ing some of the best reading Starke and Bell

EVERY BRANCH OF ,. According to I. P. S he' pherd the following 'named cadets at America has to offer. As an example Bad CheckOn No. 101 leaves Starke 7 A. M.

: ag'ent, the increase was 21 percent The 'Citadel' are enrolled In the I present below a recent No. 102 arrives Starke 1:50:: P.

iI I over 1941. While he has not Second Yea Advanced >Couroe of advertisement of the Nash-Kel December 16 a soldier with IN cmrnrr 'coriiT.rotwrv. lilt A 111'0

compiled figures on the total the R. O. T.* C. and are also enlisted vlnator Corporation of Detroit.It a "dog tag" around his neck purporting > vi.oiuuAi ix till
'
JnjupCtflCC amount of business done last year, In the 'Enlisted, Reserve if: entitled "Until I Come to bear his correct name CKHV.Butcene .Colley Morrlnon,- rialnlv

July, "the dullest month of the Corps of the' Army of the United Back" Most publishers would 'and outfit at Camp Blanding made *. Roperania Dial Ceb..llMFliiur
t'howed Increase of a $6 purchase at Barksdale's MorrlHon, Defendant.. Cam
an -States
rear and heading this list is have been glad to run It. for 2270.:
more than $5,000: over July '1941 the name oC'JA-' Z. Aclkins Jr. He nothing but Na hKelvlDatorpaid store, giving a check on' the local ORDER Or PUBLICATION
he said. will be bank for $10, and the ANn NOTICE TO APPEAR.:
graduated from The Citadel for the' space: collecting STATE OF FLORIDA to: Knp: '
Whereas, at the beginning of in May> 1943 after which difference In change. In spite of an.a Dla Ceballo Y. Kaur Mn
H. 'WALL ( "UNTIL, I COME .
C. BACK"We're : lOon, Hotel Texquena, Texoo. II
the BlandIng boom the Company he 'will go ta Fort" Bennlng Ga., I over 20,000 feet now (thecoffee's the shortage of"rubber, the check' ico.You
for a six weeks "bounced back. are required to appear'
had only one truck in Starke, the training in the
frozen in the thermos) February 1.'.. 11143. In the atw
v& second was put on shortly after Infantry, and wUl"then receive a and that's the Zuyder Zee below. Mr. Barkeidale took the matter named Court and caime, wher

Agency the boom began and the third commission ao Second Lieutenant. We must be half up with. the Outfit to which the Plaintiff neck divorce. Dm410o.nt3"T.Iegraph '
way across Hoi ( hall pUblIsh t
one began operating here In'April However 4f the .war' situation land. soldier -was supposed. to belong, Order In next four weekly mast
; 50 Years 1942. During 1941 the Company demands mare men defend -- Witness. my hand and orlle!
: ConstantZ4LOver bur Funny thing what happens toa REPORT 'OF CONDITION! Os'FLOIIIDt goal this I>ecrber
had only four regular employes. country all of these plans will HANK AT HTAIIKE) tl'.cr..t.artj.Florida,
fellow Those are the same .f Stark I. tkr Htat at Florida (OFFICIAL BEAD A.t. The
: Now It. has six regular ones and be ret aeldje< and
Andy Adkins old ptars and the same old moon a t th* CloNe of klutMM an nee. A*' Clark of said Court. 1-t 4t1 1
Please Phone 146GEASSIFIED at least two on the "extra list." and all hi* claao-mates will be 31. 10042.
that the' girl. and I were looking
ASSETT
Mr.Shepherda wife now baa a called to service! Immediately. I
,, at last Christmas Loan
-- --- -pta and hereI and nlHcountii (including -
i -
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13 --- regular full-time position as. well ; |38.19 o
ver -
1"'i as W., R. Saunders of Now With am flying 300 miles an hour in draft> .____._______ $103.057.2
Daytona WAACs
.
bubble
a of glass, with ten tons United State Government -'
Beach. Mrs. A. S. Johnson is of T. N, T.Somehow. obll tatlonM, d 1 FARMERSAND
t ADS "extra" and they also have two Doria St. -John wife of Edwin rect and guaranteed __ 817,875
H.. St. John ..this isn't the way Obligation of HtateH and
-- colored porters. For a'while Mr. of Starke and daughter political HUbdlvlMlonM .. 231,275.01
I Imagined it at all, the day :I Cash, balance with
Shepherd had as many as 13 of Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Strick- other

FOR ,SALE-4-room house and 1 FURNISHED 'APARTMENTS employes there'at one time,, including land, alao of Starke, has begun enlisted. Don't get me wrong. n bank...rv. balance including, a it.re->

.4, acre. $300 ca.h.eVnquire at Gulf I PaUtka. 120 So. 18th St. : two men from Jacksonville training in "the Women's Army sure I was sore at the Japs and cash Item In proceei of

: p Station, cor. Madison, Ac Walnut. 4 rooms, real quiet. coal heater, and two from St. Petersburg Auxiliary Corps a t Fort Dell the Nazis. ', but mostly it was .h......collection. ) .,_":.':...':.-..__ 5 42,782.9J

14 -R. H. Crundwell. 1-15 Stp : combination kitchen and dining In February and July., Moines Iowa.' the thrill of the Great- _-_ _Advpntnra__. _on_. _.. I sl,0Ge7rurniture"n; : n I H'OM'EOWNERS

room, private entrance-upstairs. Well, I know now the rea. flxturcM $7,203.49 ___ ... lB.270.lt:
SALE 1831 Model-A 2-door She, wall immediately assignedto Other axnetii .-...._..__.. 3.712.1)9TOTAL
FOR Also 2 or 4 room, downctalrs.! reasons why I'm up here
"- Ford, sedan. Also 3-burner Noegel Improving -a Receiving Center company ASSETS .. _
Nice neighbors. Near stores Offering for'a paying my first call on Hitler. j ? $1,713,953.41LIABILIT1Es
Florence oil stove. J. A. Starling now for *23 per month. week'a elementary military It's only when get : ,
Billy Noegel, who has been a training. Here you away Demand
she is l issued deponlta of IndlvldualH. ( '
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Lawtey. Fla. Up 1-19: Stp "shut-In"' alnce he had the mis clothing and equipment, Instruc- from the U. S. A. that you find partnership. I
out what 'the and corporation. ..
shootln's 1,240187
FOR BALK-.1937 Chrysler 4-door fortune'to gets gun-shot woundin ed In rudiments of drill, and given really Time depoilt. of IndflilualH. -- ,
I eedan. Good tires and motor. FURNISHED A PAR T M ENTS, his left leg just above the Army classification tests. These about and what you're fighting part nemhlpn,
14 ml. south of Starke, for. and corporation ______ 199.612.13
I 110 B. Call St. Waldo knee nine months ,' is now tests will
B. J. Dahmer ago help determine the job !1).p..U. of Htate* and
Itp 1 and 2 rooms. Electricity. hot walking on crutches, and expectsto the will fill In. the WAAC. I learned from that Czech political ubdlvllon ._ 182.245.7t

water inner spring mattresses be walking without a crutch *' For the following four' chap In London. The refugee Other and dpoMlt officer'(certlfleil check. At Present Our

FOR $AL.I-Coca" Cola ice drink Frlgidalres.. $23: per couple, per within a few days. He was for.' she will be''assigned' ''to weeks, the nice old chap who reminded etc.) ___----_. 7.32511 ,
box condition $15. month. No children .or pets.Mr .- a basic of TOTAL ORP081T8: $.i..noi
good me Dad
for
merly with the Noegel it Prevatt except the maimed
J company for" more detailed trainIng Other liabilities ____L__. 2f09.81TnTAL Repair Stock
tf tOn
: Halle's Tourist Camp. It .. Maud. Wesley. garageon South Walnut St., and hands I was dumb enoughto
preparing her to
his wife now operates the Noegel replace a ask about it. "I got that," he T.IABILITIKS (not
FOR SALK man In A non-combat Army Job. Includlnir: .uhordin.tedobligations The Following ).
IF YOU WOULD BUY OR SELL cafe In the Winkler building on said "for writing a book the shown b.-

Nicely furnished nearly, new two milk cows stock cows, beef Temple Avenue. Nazis didn't like .. low). ...._..____,_ ,831.879.99.

jf bed-room and bath masonry catUe. stock bulls or hogs/ get I, Mr. Noegel1 spent three monthsin Unveil Monument Then there waa the captul'edGerman CAPITA ACCOUNT Lines

>bungalow. Good location, paved. in touch with J.. D. Odom, Jr., : the pilot who screamed and Capital ___....__._.___?_._, zg.ooe.OO '
street. Bargain for caali.m Box 247 Starke; Box 204,Lake Alachua County Hospital, The monument erected to the spit when Hurplu* __---_.______,.. 50.0UO.OO Are Almost
e Gainesville, and six months in memory of Bernard Jacobs, Izzy Jacobs' offered Undivided profit .,*__.. 7,273.42TOTAT
481 Lake City. I
City: Telephone bed at his home mile of him cigarette How do fellows -
a west Starke
Farm sixteen and one half acres, Auction market every Thursday -' merchant who died Jan. CAPITAL A C -
I three room house, other buildings, on all classes of live stock town. Hla leg .was In a' cast for 12, 1942 and was buried just one get that way? And that i COUNTS .....---..--.. $2,273.43 Complete

fenced, two and one half miles at Lake City at 2:30: P, M. six months year ago today, will be unveiledIn crazy Polish pilot the fellow TOTAL T, I A R I L1TIKS
who AND
CAP I TAL
the Mea AC-
) ''d l ,from town. Price, $1,450. Terms. i a Jewish ,cemetery; in Jacksonville After rammed er chm1tt, COUNTS .,_.....____ 11.713.953.41
W. T. CE.UTK. REALTOR HELP WANTED. female-Woman Lt. Roan Here today "According to the funeral 'I learned what Planet Jr.
+Thla bank'
I was eating him. Seems as how rapltal con- .
,\ 119 East Can Street for general house work. White Jewish cutom Mrs. Jacobs, his Kim of common .'ockwith
Corporal John R. Roane he had a sister In Warsaw who Hand PlowsP
'If lJ See Mrs. Harry received -, widow. laid, --"When a man dies total par value| of
,U, S., APPROVED ,baby chicks.. preferred. hit commission a* 2nd 'Ileuten- hIs monument is unveiled had been sent to a German Of 125.000.00

J Hampshire Reds, day old. or Lapp., Sabine Bakery. lip ant at Fort Bill, Okla., Jan. 7, He i time within a week of his death some i I ficers' Club Pledged nmxHm HKMOHA'Vni and' ..-

f" started pullets. English strain 30 arrived in Starke last Friday to or Just one ;year;later." Since she I hope to hell Hitler's home tonight curltlaa loaned) (took & 0 Internationa
White from R. O. P. SPECIAL PLATT TRAILER light and value): _
Leghorns spend a week with his wife and was unable to wind are per
cold water keep the custom (a> U. S. Government ob- Plows
ft. hot & running ,
;. cockrels. From hens 200 eggs electric plans. to return to Ft. Sill today i of her religion at the time of his fect. I llirallonii. dlrnut andruiirantdcd
and up. Place orders now. air conditioning /gas stove Mn. Roane's sister. Mrs. Ollie death.'she Is Yes 'sir. I've met 'em by the pledged toascure
ice box and hot plate. Coat doing so today. A dep o "IT and
Reasonable prices on 6-weeka- Oriffls, of Ralford, bar also been Jewish rabbi and 12 other dozens over here guys warped other liabilities. ..... 25,000,00 Brinley Plows
takes men
'J old pullets.-R. E. Wasdln. 3ml. $9,500 without car. $2,500 visiting her for several days, perform the sacred rites. by hate guys who have had (b) Other net': pledgedto
and H. C. Mann scour. deposit
anil
trailer car.-
north of Waldo on Road 13. while r o u p eratlngr from the the ambition beaten out of 'em other llabllltlea (I In. |

65 W. 85tb St. Jacksonville. "shake-up" received In an auto (ruy who look at, you like cludlnir note aid bill. Dixie Plows
ONE-HORSE HAY BAILER. Me- Phone C-8948J. It Rites Saturday rdlxcountd and er.curitien .
mobile wreck ten days ago. you were crazy when you\ tell 'em Hold under r..,
CormlckDeertngmowing/ machine Her slater, Miss Ethel Taylor. For L. Ws Thornton what America islike.. purchase agreement) .. 124,294.23
hay rakWIlI for
good milk cow or sell swap for cash. Office nuppUmi of all kinds foe who' teemed for awhile to be I They jay America will be .. TOTAL .__...__._b____ $$149.284. Chattanooga Plows
Lawton. Walter Thornton 86 .lot different after the Well I Secured and p. o t e rred
R. L Batten, Route I, Starke. ssl at The Bradford County dangeroualy Injured In the came i war. llabllltte: .
Itp Telegraph.WANTED. wreck returned Friday from the guard at the Stat. Prison Farm I maybe so. But for me, I know (a) Deposit *ecurad byph.d..ed I

----- ------ Riverside .hoppltal, ,Jacksonville diet Jan. 7 at his home in Ral the score you learn fast over .**.t. puriuant

I .rsrsr-J-rs-r S _t FS s a-a--_p a-- a.rrJ-rss -S SSS SrI and has resumed her work in the ford. He was born In Baker here. I know there's only one to requirements of law.$111.303.28

office of the H. C. Wall Agency. County Jan. 28. 1886. decent way to live in this world- TOTAL. ----_-__________ $1130328 GET
I Subordinated oblltatlon( READY FOR
In addition to his the way my folks lived and
C wife, Mrs. the (a) On date of report the

. 20 men. Production. Control Department to do pro- CorrectionIn VI rdie Thornton, he U survived way I want to 'live. required et..pu.lte leirat re.ervairalnnt this. YOUR SPRING

I duction expediting.: by five sons: Roy Thornton Jacksonville When you find a thing that bank wan ___---._____ 925.854,v"which
announcing/ the promotionof ; Ray Thornton of Camp works as good as that brother (b) *5.1st. reported above .

Age 25 to 55. Draft. exempt or 3A classification or T. T. Long from the rank Wheeler, Ca.: and Ralph, Phillip be careful with the monkey. legal reserve war eligible amounted a. GARDEN

bettei. 4 of major to lieutenant-colonel. It and Vernon EJugene.! all of Ral wrench. to ._______..______ 133063791

was stated that he had been ford; six iloters-Clady* Thorn. And there's, one little spot the 1,above-named W. B. Bewell. bank, Preildent.do of

- Men experienced in architecture building shop or placed In ,charge of a new regiment ton Chattahoocble; Mrs. Grace well. If they do as much as change wear that the above Statement solemnly I I.

1 factory practice or engineering most valuable. Must be the 300th. This was an Browning. Jacksonville; and the smell of that corner" drug true, -'r.at.lh: : .fully true and corectly #

able to read blueprints. error, aa Lt.-Col. Long's position ITazle, Myrtle. Lucille and May. store I will murder the guy the several matter herein*tat*con-of

la that of regimental executive bell, all of Ralford: two brothers I want my girl back, just as my tamed knowledge and net forth and ,b.to li.f.the bt of BR'ADFORDHARDWARE{
Also need wood machine aeronauticalandtool
operator officer. -Wlll: tm and, David, of Ralford; she is, and that bungalow on W. B. SWELL.!= .

engineer. three slater: .Mrs. Della Manning :Maple Avenue '. I want that Correct-Attest; '

Write or wireA. CARD OF THANKS Starke: Mr Annie Bryant and old roll top desk at the electric M"RC"U'IJI'W. u 'WALU, DROWN, CO

We wish to take this opportunity Mrs. E. R. Stafford both of Ral company with a chance to move W. "P, SMITH,

}'. SWIFT Employment-Manager: of thanking our many ford; and 10 grandchildren. R'rA'rPT Oil' ,,;.oR10A.' Directors.COITN.rY .
friends for the kindnesses shown officiating. He was ,a member of OF
- BABCOCK AIRCRAFT CORPORATION and the beautiful floral offerings I Funeral aorylce and burial that denomination and a Mason. Hworn tn and HRADPOnn.Biiherrlbed .*h:..,.. '. J., B. CARLISLE, Owner
were held at South me thl 12th
j Prong Cemetery dat of
The Masonic January
given Lodge took 14z,
during the chargeat
and V
recent illness 1O..bY'
I last certify Chat I
Saturday at 3 .. .. am not
Deland. Florida P. M.
the 0 99h'Sr
or dIrector
and death of cemetery. of
our small son this bank. Starke Floridar
with a ,
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