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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 22, 1943
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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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>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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'OL1JMK SIXTY-FIVE NTA U(1. FLORIDA. FRIDAY t JANUARY 2*, 1&43 NUMBER TIUKTEKN.: !



leasure RiderSe !MARCH OF DIMES: UNDERWAY Bradford Buys "



Warnedf Half Million !

Rollins Deeded J7 Rabeck Buys r.( k:

f CrackDownThe efi >-: y In War Bonds

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County Acreage Haskins Property \.
OPA In, this section Is go- \ Bradford County may be one j i;

tnff to crack down on all pleasure of Florida's smaller counties but
[[riving.-beginning NOW?. Mr. Rollins College at, Winter Park J. F. Rabeck caught P. H. Has she did herself proud In 1942 for

{Page from the Jacksonville OPA has become the recipient of a kinK "In the mood" Monday. Jan the war effort by buying more ,
{office was In Starke Tuesday' 2.000-acre tract of fertile"*" Bradford 11, and purchased. 15 acres of, than half a million dollars worth :"
riving no uncertain Instructions land and five buildings just out of Wir bonds and stamps!
Hto Sergeant RUey of the State County, land the late Louts cO" r C side the city limit of Starke for I
According to figures complied
Road Patrol; Police Chief A. L. J. Hopkins, widower of Pasadena $2,500. The land con_lst of that
by Postmaster Fred F. Stump
Alvarez, ; the office of Sheriff A. Calif., being the donor, A quit- containing and surrounding: the .
the Starke Hold bonds
postofftce!
O. Andreu; and the local Rationing claim deed to the property, executed Haslclns Auto Parts on Road 13
fA1r c In the amount of $303,575:00: and ;
Board: Oct. 28 1942 came to the c- c north of town. !
stamps to the extent of $27,527.00
j. H. Rowe deputy sheriff stalled hands of the Clerk of the ClrciAt While the deal did not include or 1total of $331,102. W. B. I,
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Wednesday that perhaps SO Court Jan. 11, 1943 and was recorded any of ,Mr Hacking' automobiles Sewell. President of the Florida I

I persons' had asked If the Sheriff's ( on that day. U accQOPories or other stock It did Hank at Starke reported that ,

I office had been notified to checkup Clerk A. J. Thomas plated Mon- f include a 'I'oom stucco bungalowon the bank had sold $164,100 worth! ,:,
on pleasure driving He told day that the tract lies north and the highway, a 4-room real-) of bonds, which makes a total in .h

I them it had not. But now he northeast of Starke, adjacent to OI donee back of him "parts" place, bonJs and stamps for Starke of ,
[wants everyone to know that all the C, Letsch and the John Rig- : : a tin building ,40x100 feet and $49 ,:02. ,P,

I offlct'rII--8tate. County and City don properties on the west side two ether "shells" of buildings Willie the figures for the other ',\};
.have been instructed to bo on of the S. A. L. railroad, and on 16x20( feet 'conRl tlng of only a
towns in the County are not "
| the lookout for all pleasure drives the east side it extends from the .. ..,... roof with no floor or walls. available at this I writing. Mr. i-\:
I railroad to the Clay County line. ..rgnr' I .Mr. Rabeck, owner of the new Stump elated that the amount If f:
mostly north of Road 48. "It Is ...., ,
"All violating Itabeck building on the cornerof
persons caught '" totaled at least $10,000 which t,
{ this law will have their rationing considered very valuable land" Walnut and Madison streets woull give Bradford County a !:I'

books revoked" Dempsey Sapp he aaid. I took' advantage of the opportunity total of $:l0 .202 In bonds and ,

Chief Clerk of the local Ration Mr. Thomas! who has been for Good Attendance Expected At Birthday Ball In Spite Of Gas Ban offered to provide more stamps for 1942. ,, I,
several the for families
owner's the
ing Board said. "An Investigatorfrom years representative living quarters This Is a good record but here-e "
the OPA will be In'the field In Bradford County and Frt'J Guy chairman of the 19.3PI'el4It'nt's "MUijIC'\a{<1 dance lovers shouldbe students and teachers. Ho urges of soldiers and defense workers Is what; should be of greatest In. !t
all the time," he continued "and knows the background of the !; Birth I day Ball In ready arid HlIng t to walk a citizens, to drop a coin In one of in this section. He has engnged teren to' citizens of the County \ '

any State County or City of- transition: has this to say:. Bradford County,,Isn't worried at mile or more to hear such artists the boxes every time they see the cervices of contractor! R, H. at thin particular time. This t t':
fleer or any member of the "For about 30 years Mr. Hop- all for fear th3 pleasure driving I as Joe Ranri" 'who used to play one bnd also to aid In filling up Maths l. who Is already on the month's quota Is higher than ever 'r#!,I
Rationing Board.has the authorityto kins has owned the Swallow and bun will cut down on attendanceat piano with Beni Bernie; Sul Val- the Marcli-of-Dlme cards Halfof ground to carry" out Mr. Rabeck'splane. betole--63,3201! Of this amount (

revoke rationing books for any Hopkins lands, selling off small 'this most brilliant of all. annual -I. entl. former drummer with Char- all money raised la retainedby U6,' \\m had been sold up to Wed. i11 j :
length of time or permanently tracts at a time. Formerly he poclal events in Starke. lie Spevak; Vale cont., one-time I the local committee for aid of He plans to cut the large; tin nesday'night.. That left a total ,:i
' "No type vehicle may be used for was represented by C. L. Peek, "The campaign against Infan-I saxophonist with li Layton Noble; infantile paralysis victims on the building up Into 20 rooms each of 116,705 yet to raise with only ,;

pleasure-truck, taxi. i I. U-drlve-lt but more recently I have had tile paralysis is too important to and Norman Afui phy, former home front and the other half Is 10x20 feet putting a toilet and 10 working days to go, and no jj;'
or paaaenger! car. These vehicles charge of them. Several years let anything' Interfere with its trumpet player with Gene Krupa" sent to the National Foundationfor shower in each room. Also to pay-day during that time! After ,'"

must be used for official business ago, after his wife died, Mr. sucC')3B." the chairman said In Mr. Guy declared., "These are Justa one in the nation-wide fight move the."skeleton" buildings to today only eight I more days! :;
only" he added. Hopkins told me that he would discussing the matter yesterday. fertr of. the outstanding musicians Tickets to the ball were placedon the highway and change them BRADFORD COUNTY MUST< CO 'M'

Mr. Page left a sample( of the possibly give the land to a religious "I know Starke folks well enoughto who will play with the 12- sale this week with Mrs Grace into 3 r o o m apartments. The OVJiR.: THE TOP-as usual! ;\|

blank with Mr. Rowe which of- body" He repeated this bet that they ,aren't going to piece orchestra engaged for ,the WainwrIght serving as chairman rmall residence in the rear has '
ficers are to use in checking up statement several time, but Mr. let a few blocks of walking interfere ball." Adm Rslon' la $1.65 per couple already been rented to Mantel ,#
on s u. s P I clous-looklng vehicles. Thomas believing In letting every with having a good time" M.'. Guy has been busy this $1.10 for stags and 55c for unaccompanied Sergeant H B Bishop and it la Bean Market'I '
There are A dozen or more blanksto man attend to his own business, he continued "and It Is pretty week placing coin boxes In strategic ladles tax Included. Mr. K.beck's plan to move Into ; :

fill out, among which are: never made any suggestions to well agreed that the Birthday Ball places around town and distributing The ball will be held at the the stucco bungalow himself. He jl

"Place.where* vehicle was oberv84" him regarding the proposed donation. always affords the beat time of March-of- i m e cards StarKe armory, Friday night, Jan also plan to keep the on building Prospect' Good il'i' f"
hour minute" .. the year In Starke." through the medium of school 29. small ,residences on property"as tll,
"date ;
; long ae they will allow*ie to
"license number";r "make 'and "Mr. Hopkins died in Pasadena build for soldiers," "'
model vehicle"! "driver's d .sUna- in Dacember: Mr. Thomas continued A touch of humor entered into L. M. White acting manager of ,

tion" (State where the driver ,,"but I heard nothing more L. Bristol Elected Head of.JYew Boy Scout District t; this business transaction Accord the ,Starke State Farmers' Mar I ,I

went:and tbe4ime'Driver'e: ); return about. hiD proposed* donation until Inl'.t 'Mr. 'Rabeelt, ."--w.nt. out ket, Announces, that .he ,has con
to car" If he she I January 11 when the deed ar tacted several of the Urge canning
( or was for his when
to car
get a part
not observed leaving+"r and 'it rived." ,fHe- immediately wrote Merchants Contribute Liberally To Support of ProgramA Mr. Hasklns. ,, "put out" about the plant operators Interested In 'j; ;
Gun1man Radebaugh, attorneyfor beans from '
Is possible to observe him or her way his business along with so buying the spring
leaving a place of amusement or Rollins College, In Orlando many others, had gone becauseof crop "

otherwise violating the restriction concerning the transaction. To definite, revival of Interest In nenday afternoon the following the benefits of Scouting to an war' conditions: made the statement They are willing to pay the t, i i
on pleasure driving give time this Inquiry Mr. Radebaugh replied the Boy Scout movement was committee cha 1 r m e n were ap ever-Increasing number of eligible that. "If somebody would market price, Mr. White says, J"
and place as well as time of return that as yet no definite plans witnessed here this week with pointed: Organization and Kxten-i boys in this district. He expressed offer me $2,500 for this place I and If the plan succeeds accord ';
to automobile); "address"; had been decided upon with ref- the organization of a new district, slon, L;' A. Shepherd; Leadership. appreciation to local merchants would take It"I Whereupon Mr. ing to present! Indications there I

"time'of departure"; "time of return erence to the property, and asked embracing Bradford Union and Training, C. H. N as w 0 r tv; for their generous contributions, Rabuck wrote him out a check for will bit a ready market for all
to automobile"; "number of him to continue to represent the Baker counties and with the contribution Camping and Activities, W. T. and tu those who assisted, in the $1,000 as down payment, and left the beans and carrots It Is'pos. "''t-
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passengers in automobile", etc. owner for the present. of more than $500 from Clue; Finance E. L. Matthews; drive for funds: J. A. Martinez, it with him When his check arrived sible for farmers In this section :

l citizens of Starke toward the Advancement K.!: K. Perryman; H. A. Carlton, Jos. E. Wilson, C. at ,the bunk to be cashed to tfrow.
Those Who Rent work of the North Florida Coun- Health and Safety Ed Prince.M. H. Nnsworthy. L. A. Davis E, K.Ferryman. Mr. Rabeck knew "It was a deal"! The selling will be handled in

Blair Accepts 'Two Rooms cil.The O. Bowell. executive of the W H. Hart G,, C. Mr., Hasklns has leased the practically the same way' as the "
Only new district was organized North Florida Council and Gilbert Powull and A J. Thomas*, "Spanish Trail"-the huge stone recent pecan salsa at the market -.

May. Evict following a luncheon held last I Busn. special deputy executive ef I With: the new set-up, It Is. house on the Jacksonville highway 1 here Mr White says
Rationing Job Friday In the Methodist recrea- region six, were present at both hoped that the troop at Lawtey 5 miles north of Baldwin-and Some of the operators will 'be ;,
Wm. L. Duke. Federal Rent tion building, at which officialsof I meetings and outlined the Intensified will be! revived and that new he acid his family plan to move at the Starke market Saturday

Control administrator for the "he North Florida Council : Scouting pro gram that troo;,* can be organized at Hampton. there next week from Keystone morning/ Jan. 23, from 10' to 11

Dempsey Sapp; for the past : Oalnesvllle-Starke district has were lost to a group of leading would be possible as the result Brooker and other surrounding Heights. The "Spanish Trail" o'clock to talk to Interested far t,7 f
several months chief clerk .In the I Issued the following statement: citizens. of tho new, smaller distrIct towns. More attention will was' a cafe and Mr. Haskln's mere

local Rationing Board will enter I Supplementary Amendment No. L,. R. Bristol l of the State Farm E. I* Matthews chairman of! also be given to Cub Packs composed daughter, Mrw. R. L. Summers,

some branch 0 f Uncle Sam's I 13 of the Housing Regulationsand was t,lee ted chairman of the new the Starke Troop Committee, reported of boys between the ages will open a snndwlch shop there. Lees Birthday

armed forces in March he said TA of the Hotel and Rooming district; ,Jos. E. Wilson, vice- that a total of $514.50 had of 9 to 12. Observed At
Wednesday. W. L. 'Blair a native House Regulations effective The next meeting of the RotaryIn
new City BeginsEnlargement
chairman; and the Rev. G. C been raised in the (i-day campaign
of Kansas, who came to Decamber 30, 1942 Introduces an district council: will be held at observance of "a
additional paragraph as follows: Powell, district commissioner. :for funds to support the new program the birthday
Bradford four 1:15.: Wednesday Feb.
County years ago 17 In the anniversary of Robert E. Lee,
wllr fake his place: "The provisions of this section At a second meeting held Wed- i that is designed to bring Methodist recreation building. Of Jail Facilities Jan 19, Mrs L. A. Davis, historian -

Mr..,Blair bas,been an employeof shall not apply to an occupantof of W T. Weeks Chapter. ,

the Tip Top grocery and ofAlexander's a furnished room or rooms Rogers Grant Defense MeetingAt Lt. Brownlee Bin Hall contractor began Jan. U. D. C., was guest speaker at '1,
not constituting an apartment ,
and 11 Mia work of enlarging the city
store in Starke the Rotary Club Wednesday, reviewing ) ) ,
for the past year has been a located within the residence! oc-his Appear TogetherIn Courthouse Wounded In ActionIn jail. Since early Camp Blanding I I Interesting highlights In < '

steward at Camp Blanding. cupied Immediate by family the landlord where,or such Park Film Well AttendedAn North Africa days the City Dads have been the life of the famed leader of ,;
but had -
this nowhere
move,
Mr. Blair has already gone to than planning the Southern armies In the War
landlord rents to not more
work with the Board In Its office within'such resIdence Bringing together for the first Interested group gatheredat Lt. J. M. Brownlee Jr., son of to expand. In every direc- Between the States. i 1
two occupants tion turned the city! hall was
they
in the Starke Armory and ." time two top stars of the screen the meeting of the Civilian De- Mr. and Mr_ J. M. Brownlee, In Mrs. Davis emphasized the out-
will be learning the details of the somewhere I n Africa fighting already overcrowded.After standing purity and goodness ofLee's
In discussing the effect of these Ginger Rogers and Cary Grant fence Corps at the Courthouse several months of negotiation !
work before Mr. Sapp turns the with the Allies. Recently his parents character that has caused '
Tom Tippett, "Once Upon a a last to complete the for
regulations Mr. Honeymoon Friday night they finally arranged
job tntlrely over to him In March. received a letter stating that him to be the most respected and 'I
Chief Field Operations Washington stirring glimpse of love againsta organization. A.; ,J. 'T h o mas, while attacking In the Infantry the Farm Security Administration beloved figure !In Southern hiss L;

Funeral ,. D. C., has .this to say: 1 world at war, comes to the Commanderv. I presided over Ihe his, 'Vg was broken by a shot office to move into the Courthouse tory'as well as one of the greatest '
Monday "These amendments exemptfrom meeting. Another meeting'.wlJl -when the County Health generals of all time.
Park Theatre Sunday for a three- from the enemy, and he lay on
For W. A. Meads the eviction provisions of be held soon with members from 'the cattle field so long before he Unit moved into Its new building. Mrs. Davis wife of the president
the regulations an occupant ox a day run. I the State organization present. could be moved to the hospital ,As soon .t h. I'.fter, as It was 'of the Rotary Club was
William Andrew Meads 58. died furnished room or rooms not constituting Taking as> Its theme a lighthearted Those attending last week's that he contracted pneumonia. ausurid.. that sufficient material Introduced to her audience by

early Friday morning at his home an apartment which are gay type of romance, meeting were: S. A. Weldon, W. was available and that no ,priority H. NV Fairbanks, program chair-
near Hampton, after a brief 111nvss. located within the residence occupied this film is Invested with grip T Clute, M. F, Brown Arch Ellington However, ne is now making a ruling was being violated man. '
He was a native of Georgia by the landlord or his ping dramatic meaning by setting : A. J.' Thomas, Berry good recovery and he praised the work was begun. ,
and 15 where the land- It against a background of doctors and the treatment at the Too expansion wil consist of
moved years
to Hampton Immediate family, Johns Chas. Allen Miss Ruth Baptist Church
ago from Baker County, and was lord rents to not more than two Nazi world ambitions In Europe Johnson J. B. Carlisle W, B.Sewoll hofipltal. A coincidence was that one new cell 13x20 feet and two
engaged in the occupation offarming. occupants within such residence. and the successive sweeps Into L. D. Vining, Ralph Alvarez one of his nurses was from toilets Mr. Hall said Wednesday. Adds 3 Rooms !
Galnosvllle, Fla., and had nursedIn
Austria, Poland and France. A central! heating plantprobablya
'' of these amend Mrs. Bertha Pearce Miss
"The purpose the Alachua County Hospital.Lt. .
oil heater-will also Work will begin Immediatelyupon
circulating
He is survived by_his widow, ments Is to facilitate the War Grant plays the part of an Evelyn Stump. Mrs. Edith MOIl ley. Brownlee's wife and little '' .
be Installed and a cement floor the addition of three Sunday I .I
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Mrs. Fannie Meads; three daughters Guest Program of the National American newspaper correspondent MM Grace Wainwright and W. live In Gainesville
girl where
and watching and a newly-plastered wall will be Schr.'d rooms to the annex of the It
Mrs. Lois M. Green Mrs. Agency which seeks to broadcaster I M. Edwards.R. .
Sally Will Hall and Mrs. Gertrude Hotuing of housing interestedly, as the situ atlon : they have their home. added. The Job will be completed First Baptist Church the pa.tor.t ,
alleviate a shortage to crisis. Miss Rogers, Lt. Brownlee Is a graduate of sometime next week and will cost h. Rev. A. E. Llghtfoot announced -
Slad of two sisters by encouragingthe comes a
all
Hampton; accommodations A. Weeks
American dancerIn Buys the Bradford County High School between $800 and 1000. Wednesday "Thist a
Is cat
as an
Mrs. E Dull. Jacksonville of homes to roomers
Mary opening Europe who succumbs to theglamr Wear Home"Robert and also of the University of temporary expedient," he explain..
Mae accom-
Mrs. Annie I other housing
and to whom no of suave German baron Florida, and his home town Is Alan Roth Injured ed. "'10 take care of our needs
West Ocala brother 'J. S, available a '
and a modations are
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and marries him. despite the ad- B. wear, former USO- justly proud of his service! Jo his until such time a. priorities are
Heads J'ackllOnville.Funeral : vice of the newspaperman Justas YMCA Director In Starke, Is here country. AlUn; Roth Is in a Tallahassee lilted so that we can build a new
services were held Mon Space Leased Austria falls day afternoon at 2 o'clock In the proprietors, Incidentally! he !10 helping Mrs. S. E. Hitch Builds of a bus and an Army truck I15.COO" The additional rooms
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Randolphs
Hampton. Baptist Church of whichhe Tlw be- Wear pack up-ito move to their near Camp Carabelle 54 miles will be used by the Intermediate
1 was a member. Officiating have leased the small space Supply Dr. Haynes III new home McKenzie. Tenn.,' Sanford E. Rltch. employe at west of Tallahassee January 11. Department. a ;

ministers were the Rev. Mr. Raw. tween the Victory Military Inn In the Dr. O. L. Haynes dentist, has I where Mr. Wear is USO director. Camp Blanding, Is building a In addition to Mr. Roth sustain Charles Darby recently donated
line and the Rev, Mr. McGauley.: Store' and the building Victory 0 n Call been out of his office since tbemIddle ,Their daughter Miss Kay Wear,I': residence on the south side of ing a severely slashed cheek and his mother's piano to this De- i

Pall bearers were: Wesley Haleck new Victory lessee will open of December s u f faring i left Tuesday for Fort Wayne Road 28 a mile west of Starke.It having all his upper teeth knocked part iat. $
K. B. Watterson Jeff Perry street, and the Shop there from a heart attack. He plansto I Ind., where she will do radio work. Is understood that mechanics out, one sodler wan.. killed and Mr. LJghtfoot also announced
Sandwich
W. H., Jones W. H. Griffin and the Victory The lease return toe work, however, in R. A. Weeks has purchased the from the Camp did the work. seven others sent to the hospital that the Church recently sent a
U. M. Matchett. probably tomorrow.and the consideration : about two weeks.. His slater new Wear home -and will move II Also that being. defense worker. because of the wreck.A. heck for $150 to Miss. Caudle t'
Interment was In Santa Fe was for two years' month : Mrs. C. O. Arendall. of Lakeland there Feb. 1. The Wears planto he fcecured: a special permit and Berger Mr. Roth's brother- fazen, who Is at Blue Mountain\ !
Cemetery under ..the direction of was 175 stated per Wed.n"lay spent last week visiting In his leave the latter part of this Is erecting a very desirable home in-law, saw him Sunday and reported College In North Carolina. pre-'Z
Key-McCabe, Funeral'Home. Jack- WlllUra Randolph I home. month. there. I ; that be Is Improving. paring for mlmlonary' work. It
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7 PAGE TWO BKADFOKD COUNT TKLKGKAPH. 8TARKJ4. IHLOKIIM FRIDAY JANUARY
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most of the gas sales, attendants continueto I tlflcate In denomination =,a

The Bradford County Telegraph -- 000.00 each, dated July of "1,.
meet:: the public with a smile. For the ODAY e with Interest at the rat. of IM. ,IUt>

"J"t.bll"hed urn few gallons of gas that he average motoristcan aR& annually centum per on January annum payable let and semi.POT

A\E/ \BBR. c=sir'fFLORimPRESS \ buy they c'ean his windshield and check Y1ILfi let ot Coupons each year, the fint vldeniFdi1Intercut into..'"))

ASsOCIATION\A his tires, fill his radiator and battery, and : the being, principal payable January ot .ahl l.e..r"f.t 1943 out r'Vnmbrrn
a
NrMlQNAL EDrroRlAL.ASSoaA'IIai'V a) do countless other necessary things. TOMORROWDON Author of "How to Win Friend July maturing let In and the ;years being and l.aYahl.I"a"'uun,

IgAto t V There is little crabbing or grumbling. \ ',- ,. and Influence People." as fellows. :

L. Matthews _______-__-_ Editor and Owner I 1 (All keeled lvf>) Amin... Y.
Attendants now thai a serious condition DON ftosnrsoN I 1 $1,000.00, 101 as,

8UBSCIUITION RATE exists and they are doinr all in their powerto .8 1.000.00 1000.00 191'191i
.
Yearly SI.11J1: Sis Months (M.on comply with necessary restrictions and 1000.00 1000.00 19C"II
191''
It make the situation convenient SPARTANS foxesDo 6-7, 1.000.00 19c'
yet as as pOSsible 8. 3,000.00
I"UhU.hedVkly on Fridays and Kntnl .<. .w I you remember the school MAKE THE MOST OF YOUR HANDICAPOn 10-11 2,000.011 1911
for the until 19S
public a happier day 12-13
Did Clam Matter at the Poet Office at Starker Fla book story about the Spartan boy a night in March, 1918, a raw and drizzling rain fell 14-15 2.00a.oo 2000.00 19S I'i';
arrives. who carried a baby fox In his pocket -. III-IT. 1000.00
on the front-line trenches in France. It had been raining I 196''
? As I recall It the boy' felt the 18-19 2000.00
It Might Be Your Child That is the indomitable American spirit. fox chewing and gnawing at his ,i for several days, and the ground was softened by rain and 23-23 20-21 2.00000 IQ'I 19S.

It is the spirit that will win the war. So flesh but. rather than show any IndIcation by exploding shells. 24-25 ", 1,000.00 1.000.00 IqSI 19i.'

a Of all the struggles on the. home front, hats off to the filling station attendants torture go of on pain until he he virtually Just let was this One sector was held by the Royal Canadian regiment. :31-29 2!'-27, 2,000.00 2000.00 19.194'

eaten alive. At about 10 o'clock that order through to 30-31 2000.00
one that seems especially worthwhile waff- A night an came
t' <, rw, "r'1l keepin"" this essential pub- 33-33 3,008 00 19t
' Going to such extremes as the send a raiding party toward the German trenches. The 34-35 aOIlO.OIl '
is the infantile 191
ing fight against paralysis,
d lic service Spartans are alleged to have 3e 37
'functioning. goneIn man selected to lead the raid was Captain J. Francis Smithof 2000.00 191,
order to build resistance :s8-311. 1,000.00
the children's up 191
,I enemy. against pain may seem rather nonsensical St. John'New Brunswick, Canada. 40-42 3.000.00 IIII!

The National Foundation for Infantile The J'h Seeks The 'Woman but the Spartan examplemay They set out in the biting wind and rain. A shell burst 46-4 41-45: 3000.00 3.0110.00 19 hc!',',

Paralysis conducts the Tenth Annual Appeal serve many of us In good nearby. Phosgene gas. Phosgene and shell- hock to boot. 1-Rl 8,000.110 11'1''
t stead as forced face 52-64 3000.00 ,
.. we.are to the I 1911
between January 15 and Saturday, January 1 n -, .Americf" oMier is on his increasing hardships of war. They gathered him up, hospitalized him. He couldn't 65-BT 58-00 3.0110.00 3,0011.00 191]

30 when nationwide Celebration of the war fr fi .."' ': the Axii- with join, grenade Our soldiers and sailors have swallow, so they fed him through a stomach tube, then Payable an to both principal 191'sod:|

President's Birthday will climax the drive. tank or b" vonet becau a woman'' tookover Hltl proved r's beyond charge any of our question being that too"soft" nursed him out of the gas and put him on an operatingtable Treasurer interest at In the and office ot the of tho City Cluf m),IMarkr

to cut from his : Florida, and. I IWUHHEAS
to take some shrapnel thighs.
The Birthday Ball in Starke will be held bat" office 'work he had performedback punishment Is so the Maid Judge ml,
much poppycock. but so far among After the operation, Captain Smith got out of bed, de- the Oth day of January lilll. dirlliHue
+ Friday night, January 29. here in the States for many months. our rlvillan population. little effort an order attain the !Slate: nFlorida ,
lirious fell
and fractured his skull. He recovered
con
has been made ahead< of time to requiring It through th,I
1 Dimes and dollars sent to the White Held back from the front lines because of prepare to endure. even slight discomforts sciousness but the gas and the jar had combined to put his State Judicial, Attorney Circuit for of the the"State KlKh:

House during the annual "March of Dollars fVn b"rden of administrative work he was' optic nerve out of business. -lIe was stone blind! Florida. to Know cause before' Bali.0'
We have shown that Americans at' 2 P.
Court 00 M. ,
; and Dimes" are not spent for howy build. forced to he'p carry on, 1--e finally was able can behave In true Spartan fashion When they invalided him out of the service, Captain I January 30th: A. I>. 1943 O'clock, at th a,

F t If they must. but have also Smith returned home to Canada a despairing sight. County Court House" In Stark
another we
to leave Hs desk when full-fledged
? ings nor are they wasted in any way. These llrudfurd County Florida, why ndS!
made It clear: that we are not goingto In his early twenties the major part of his life lay be- Water and /Sewer: Revenue r.rti.Ifltatri
soldier of Uncle Sam trained in the businessof I ,
dimes and dollars roll up their sleeves and carry any foxes In our pockets should not be validated andconfirmed
unless thev are forced upon us. fore him. What was he to do with it? What interest was and. by sold order thri
go right to work In a cause that aids polio Army life and capable of doing a tough ', there for a man who couldn't see? How could a blind man said Court did, direct the Clerk nil
HARDSHIPS reluctanceThe aid Court to make and pnhlis9this !
victims, regardless of race, 'creed or color. job well, took over those administrativeduties. make good? Before 1914 Captain Smith had trained as a notice, now therefore. NoiKLi(
Spartans gained their reputation IS lIJoJRJ.: Y GIVEN: TO T1IW TUPAYKHS
Half of the money-raised in the "March of I for fttolcinm because they went pharmacist and had intended to become a doctor. Now he .I AND CITIZENS OK HAIIll
decided that he with the touch of CITY OF HTAHK13: DKOItl ICOUNTY
out of their to seek out might, superior faculty
way pain I.
Dollars and Dimes" goes to the local chap- That soldier who relieved him-a mem- ,' FLORIDA that you, niril
I and discomfort in order that they the blind, become a physiotherapist. So he trained for that, rash of you, are' hereby required Ito
ters in 2,900 counties of the U. S. A. and -ber.- of the Women's Army Auxiliary Corps would be able to cope with them f I i K and eventually took staff positions as a physiotherapist in show cause. If any you have f
I when the real before the Honorable A. Z Adklni I
its possessions. The other half is- disbursedby -is a strong, healthy young American The people In thing this country came along.do just I,, two military hospitals in Toronto. Judge of the uoove. named Court I
County Court house IIIMtarkw.
at the I
the National Foundation in grants for woman between the ages of 21 and 44.1 the opposite. If the gasoline couI I I The fineness of his touch continually increased. He I : Bradford County. Florid
pons run out. we reluctantly take to at 2:00 o'clock on January 30tb 1
research and other avenues which may leadto Proud of her accomplishment in becoming a walking-but there are few people I thought such a faculty ought to make him good in osteo- A. I). 1943. why said Water andSewer I
who will walk while there pathy, a science which treats disease by corrective manip- : Il.vnu Certificates Khnulifnot
still
infantile WAAC she is of those characteristics is a
victory over paralysis.One possessed be validated and (confirmed |
gallon ot gas left In the tank.If ulation of displaced bones, nerves blood vessels and Hradford County Telegraph il
reason why their need this year is for wrch} American womanhood has I the oil in our oil burners Is I' muscles.So dUly qualified newspaper of gen I

unusually great lies in the grim news thatan been acclaimed since the birth of this na-' log exhausted fires and we sweaters!' will''get but along we have with acting on the hunch, he entered the Philadelphia City' circulation of, Starke publlnhed Bradford Count In thtj I l
Florida In hereby designated
epidemic of "polio" is likely this year, tion. I shown this winter that most of us I College of Osteopathy, where he was graduated with hon- the newspaper In which this notlrtl e.
I refuse to live in a cool house so I ors for brilliant work in applied and for his bril- shall be published on the following I
since evidence points to the fact that infantile There anatomy dates 1943 January I
are many others like her-thou- long as it is possible to keep the January 8th ,
house liant showing in his examinations. 16th January 22nd, 194:
paralysis increases alarmingly when ands of others who; .have already joined the warm. and January 29th. 1943.
We can take these Inconveniences Dr. Smith is an inspiring example for people who are IN WITNESS WHEREOF I hav.|
there is mass migration of people. Women's Army Auxiliary Corps, and still without too much fussing about it. tempted to give up because of some physical handicap.Office hereunto net. my hand and affixed!
the official seal of Bald Court ifHtnrke.
but we have been trained to like
The news is not all bad, however, for thousands more who v are eager to joinTht and expect comforts and we're I Bradford County. Florid
goIng thin 8th.. day_ of January A. U>f
defenses and counter attacks are in the will to insist on being "soft" u .
>se who are eligible for enrollment except supplies of all kinds for IV CIRCUIT COURT. HI O H T H.J1ItIIAL 1943.
when hardships are thrust upon us. sale at The CIltlUIT OK K1X>HM (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thom
the famous Bradford -
making, and the success of have the for The President County An Clerk of Circuit Court ]
opportunity If we have to go hungry most of us >A. I* AM FOIL IlltAUKOHlt. the 0/j
treatment indicates that the tide has could probably endure It just as ielegraph.IV COUNTY. Bradford County Florida
Kenny realizing the importance of the service I i-8 41 1-!'
well as did Mahatma Ghandi. but CITY OF STARKE a municipality -
turned in a mortal struggle in which there which the Corps is rendering, has authorizedan as long as there Is food availableand ('Hid'IT' rot'HT. nilADFOMU In the County of Bradford State of IN CllirUT COITIIT. BII4.0FOHD

has been armistice much less a we have the money to buy it, Cl COimrv ay.Matteo FI.onlu"1 1% CIIAN-' Florida COVMTY. FLORIDA IN CHAM.
never an increase in its strength to 150,000 mem- I PETITIONER CKHV.Oladye .
90 of
cent
per us are going to con- Perla. Plaintiff vs. Maria, VS" Townsend Northarker Plaintiff I
victory.So. bers. Thousands of women must be addedto tinue to eat three big meals a day. Olovanna, Paris, Defendant. Case STATE OF FLORIDA vii. Howard A. NorthackerlCane
No. 2a 78 RESPONDENT 1
give and give generously. The march the Corps, for its work is ,ever greater SECURITY goal ORDER;: OF PUBLICATION ORDER No. :2277.OF PUBLICATION:

of dollar. and dimes from ourpockets to and of a more responsible nature. Probably the thing which has STATE AND NOTICE OF FLORIDA TO APPEAR to: Maria,, NOTICE CITIZENS TOT OF H E THE TAXPAYERSAND CITY OP II AND NOTICE OF FLORIDA TO APPEARSTATE to: Howard!
done most to make the people of Olovanna Perla. Monte Uanta: Angel '' HTARKE A MUNICIPALITY IN A. Northacker. 5463 Seabury/:
} th"e White 'House is the vanguard of Victoryove'r Here in the Fourth Service Command, this country "soft" Is the steps Italy.You. Province. dl Fonda, (Country of THE" COUNTY OF BHAl> Elmhurst! (Queens, Co.) Long 1ft
FORD'1
citizens. which have been taken toward STATE OF FLORIDA; land. Maw .York. I
polio for future American : giv-
are required to
which includes Georgia Alabama Florida, appear on You are required to appear oil'
ing us social security.The 1st. WHEREAS the City of'
And remember "A man never 'standsso February 1043 In she above Florida, a munlcpallty February 1st., 1943, In the above
) Tennessee Mississippi and the Carolinas at goal ot a great many peopleof named Court and
cause wherein County of Bradford State" of Stark.'j! named Court and cause, whereltl
tall as when ho stoops to help a child." our generation was expressed by plaintiff seeks divorce. Bradford ida the petitioner In the plaintiff seeks divorce BradforcH
least 9,000 women must be recruited for the I President Roosevelt when. In hisAtlantic County. Telegraph shall publish this: titled cause did on the County Telegraph shall publish lh>>
Order In next four weekJy Issues of January A. D. 1943 file with and Order In next four weekly iHHiien I
charter he said of
and And one
WAAC between April 1. as Witness
now my hand and official seal present to Honorable A. Z. AdklnB, l Witness hand and official sea I
Still "Service 'With A Smile" basic the purposes of this war was to at :Varke, Florida this January one of the Judged of the above at St..rke.. my Florida, this Januur I I4th
and her .
each is accepted completes 4lh 1943.IOFICIAL.
assure us "freedom from want. :! |I named for the ., 1943.O9PIClAL.
lIur:1 W.rettI'.d:
; ;
SEAL) A. J Thomas Sewer ( SEAL) A. J. Thoma'!
training she will release another soldier for The freedoms which fore- An Clerk ,
of
laid Court.
The determination of progressive i our Revenue' Certificates of said City Am Clerk of mid Court.' 1
I fathers ,fought for were all basedon W. C. HaMoMy, Daytona Beach''I ot Starke. Florida. In the aggregate W. c.. Hardenty. Daytona Beach*
American industry to give needed serviceto service at the front. 9 I being able to do what we please Florida. Atty for Plf. 1-8 4t 1-29 amount of $80.000.00 In Cer- Florida. A tty. for Plf. 1-8 4t 1-2 1 1you

The recruiting offices which for- without interfering with the rights
civilians has never been more: clearly Army of other members of society.

illustrated than by the filling stations of the merly catered entirely to men are now concerned -'I There Is no one who doesn't applaud

nation.In. almost exclusively with the job of the principal of freedom from
want but the social security meas-
spite of the loss of tire sales and obtaining enlistments for the WAAC. I' ures which are aimed at making

that possible-such as old age pen- 4t/
aions. government-created work for cant get better beer
PINE LEVEL Misses Lillie Mae and Eva Mae NANNY HKOOK' FARM the unemployed job Insurance. etc..

Ily 1\1..... II. M.',McIUa Trlst. By Mlaa Araula Crosby i are gradually teaching us that quiet t rice!
Mr. and Mrs. L. S.. Johns and uncomplaining stoicism is no ? aeay,

Eld. W. E.. Hall filled his Dobbs longer a characteristic to be com-
regular son. Grady, of Hampton spent Mr. and Mrs. Alton spent mended
appointment at Pine Level Sunday with Mra.' J. P.* Dickinson Sunday with Mr.. and Mrs. R. G.

church last week-end and he and and family. Bryant of Starke.. DREAMS '. upheavalIt

Mrs.' Hall were dinner guests of Miss Elizabeth: Phillips of ,Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Crosby and Is human nature 'to desire security

Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Crosby Sun- Starke spent several days last I family and Mrs. Arsula' Crawfordwere of all kinds. 'The insurance
We to Mow. that businesses the savings banks and
glad War-
day. are week with her father. D. J. Phil- visiting Mr. and Mrs
Mr. Hall la much improved after ren Kelly and family Saturday even the stock market thrive onman's &t
lips and family.
4 a long Illness. longing to gain financial se >
Mr. and Mrs. Dan Raley and night.Mr. curity.
Mr. And Mr. Bruce Warren
daughter Audrey Miss Ida and Mrs. William Woodsof Many men are afraid to changeto
and daughter, Blanche of Worthington Hagen and Mra.' Mildred Burke Jacksonville were guests Saturday more lucrative work than that d

Springs and Mr. and Mrs. were,, business visitors to Key ton.Helahts of Mr. Woods' brotherinlawand they are doing because they fear AL7 'I
11 Lem Brown of Sampson City were sister Mr. and Mrsv H. B. new ventures which might Imperilthe
Wednesday.
visiting Mr. and Mrs. David Kelly Kelly and children. They wereaccompanied security they have at present.
Mrs. Johnny Adklns) and :daughters We rebel against changes in so- flxIiL
Thursday"Mr. of Jacksonville were visiting home by Mrs. Kelly ciety which threaten to affect our 1S
.' ''and Mrs. O. H.. Wolfmyerand and children.Mr. security. Most of us have an Innate -
Mr, and Mra. S. R. Swindell Sun
children of Gainesville were and Mrs Freeman Crosbyof longing to reach a point wherewe ( r.

visiting Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Hall day Rising were Sunday guests of can assure ourselves and our K3Y2-L
families of food clothing and shelter
6 Mrs. Rhoda Dampier and son, -
Sunday afternoon.Mr. their and alster
brother-in-law
for the rest of our lives. elan
Billy of Starke were visitingMr..
and Mra. O. R. Alvares and Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Crosby. \ tv a
Since social eruptions wars -
and Mrs. J. J., Zelgler last Tues- political fr7
children of Vanderbilt were visIt. Mrs Fronnle Johns and son of changes business depress

ing Mr. and Mrs. H. M. McRae day.K. .Auburndale were visiting Mrs. sions and countless other things interfere -
Sunday afternoon. B. Swindell of Bartow was Johns sister, Mrs. Arle Brown, with such permanent secur
visiting his parents), Mr, and Mr: Tuesday. ity. It Is Natural that many of us
Mra. Henrietta Matheny and S. R. Swindell, Sunday. applaud all moves to have the goyernment
little eons JImmie and Johnnie Mrs. W. R. Halslop and son, (or labor unions) take over
I of Theressa. and Pfc. Joneph G Mr. and Mr. O, J. Philips Fred and Miss Lucille Ward were the problem of guaranteeing secure
of' and children of Lawtey were transacting business In Jacksonville ity to us. I
Shultz Camp BlandIng were (Z rIIEN it comes td
dinner guests of Mr. and Mra. II. visiting Mrs. J. L. Hlghtower and one day last week. Yet the history of our country .
Mrs. Alice Jones Wednesday makes It evident that the sur-ess- .,: I't. ) beer, you just can'tbeat
M. McRae "
Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. and '
David ;
Kelly
ful of the -
Mrs. H. H. Lewis was called Mr. and Mrs. Beck and Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. Warren Kelly and spurned men security past who were took those chances who ,, e .: JAX .. in quality I

i" to LaCrosse Saturday because,, of Mra. Thomas were visiting Mr. children of Pine Level were visiting and who withstood all varieties of In brilliant, sparkling color h

I the illness of her little grandson, and Mrs. Burkhalt in Hampton Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Croaby hardships in order to reach the .'" ; ) in mellow flavor or downright refreshing ,
3-month-old of Mr. and Friday. goals they set for themselves.
the son ant family and Mr. and Mrs. J.
Mra. Bishop Thomas. Our community waa glad to N. Kelly Sunday. Only the history of the future can goodness. .

MIsa Dorothy Norman of Starke i welcome Mra. D. W. Moore back Miss Hettle Willlngston of ,, determine what effect security will JAX gives
have you everything
upon our character and you
spent Saturday night with Odessa home after spending some time in Starke was visiting Mrs. 'InelKelly : our
ambitions
but with the ask of
i world now \ can a superlatively good beer .
McRae. ,.. Hampton with her sister, Mrs and Mr. and Mrs. Alton experiencing its greatest upheaval, C.
We are sorry to report the illness Bell Brown. Dobbs Monday night. it seems to me we should postpone And gives it to you at a reasonable i,

of George Cone and hope he :Mr.: and Mrs. C. C. Crosby I our dreams of personal security price. When you step up and say a'

will soon be well again. SAMPSON CITY were visiting the bedside of Mr.. unUl our country's security Is as "Make mine '
sured. JAX" be i'
Meanwhile you can absolutely
we might do
Mlsa Melva Crosby of Jacksonville -
Ily Loulae Varnen Worthy Lewis Sunday afternoon. well to call \\"a
upon any Spartan blood
was visiting her parents, which flow 3 sure that you can't buy a
t. may through our veins ,
Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Crosby* Sun- Bruce Warren of Lake Butler RISING to direct our thoughts toward cop. for 8ott'et' Setter beer at any price.

l and son Pvt. Francis Warren of ing with hardships Instead of toward Ask Quort
day.The By Mr*. Eddie '
Strawberry growers here Camp Shelby Miss., were here AormanMr. I dreams of a softer existence. full thefrt e \ .

are putting on the mulching and visiting Mr. and Mrs. Lem Brown and Mr. James Normanand \:bet" "\l be U'uU at

will soon be picking lots of berries I Thursday of last week. little eon Jlmmle of Jacksonville -I HIS 8C116D'I.sa; : J to"U'J01 ""-'" tt\e
NcrthhovmtJl .. \
"N
) If the warm weather continue -. Mr. and Mrs Lem Brown were were visiting Mrs. J. E. I A. M. t:8'": uthko>> A. M.d. w '/ t ''ofta6e ,_. f
*. I In Pine Level visiting Mr. and Norman and Mr. and Mrs. Eddie 10.SO A. M. IOU A. M. l ,, it fl'ako{attbet : hra'P
12;15 P. M. 'hU ,
: P. M. ) tabed'a
Mrs David Kelly Thursday nightof Norman last week-end. t 10 P. M. Not to O'vllle, ) 70IA
TIIERESSA last week. Mra. 3:IS I'. M. 3:43: p. 1\1. ?I tvb: eno eft :
Worthy Lewis, at this .1 65 P. M. 0:211: p. M. ur bt. .3 hrxdn
By Mis Ida Hawaii Miss Gertrude Tomllnson of writing Is reported very low. All 0 lilt P. M O'vllle only ; un.WC cas4tlout, : a auY
Starke was visiting Mrs. Cella her children have been 9 45 1' U 11:13: P. t.1S )
called
Leon 05 A. M. :\10 P. M. o {u\\y.teut it"noee9 r y r
Mrs. Thomason and daughter Jones and Charlie\ McKinney Sun- back, to bar bedside O'VlllA ) to
,.."........ or 9ues
Wanda Louise, of Jacksonville day. Eddie Norman sI7: P. M. irpii 8efatK,
was) in Tampa 55 A. M. Not to Ocala re 1"p$. ec.
were visiting Mr. and Mrs. Mrv. Charlie )
Temple and little
Saturday on business. 1'25 A. M.SS V.ratasaad unot\\ "
R. M Hursey last week. daughter Carol and little Jo Ann -. P. M slo; A.: M. gUr no&1I-t v. QfiW' i i

Miss Mabel Green Lucile Smith went to Tampa Monday to Office supplies of an kind. for I i I ,.t, Aucumln Tnahusee: / .J<,: ''. -'it :;.J.' ad

Green and June Johnson of upend a few days with Mr. and ale at The Bradford County !I JO A. M. 1:30 1:20: A"lor. 1' f.j "'!rT ...

n t Hampton spent the week-end with Mra. Artford Brown and children. Telegraph. 'P. M. 8:30: P P. M.M.: JJ1.iEVI _

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.Utor-tn-chlef ____ Idalou Davis Boxing Bouts : Dramatic Club

cnlor port Reporter Editor -__Virginia__: June Sewell Bloss B. H. S. Renews Prove Popular I Plans Series Of Grades Compete )


I" club _n-_____ Patsy Keen Last Friday n&ht the newest One-Act Plays

oclety --.- Alice June Harding of B. H. S. made Its debutIn I '

But* News _..__.,. Jewell Powell Scrap Metal Drive pport front of a crowd of 300 en- A series of one act plays will For Attendance 'l

|lee Club _-_____ LoIs Newsome thusiastic supporters. The boys soon bp presented at Bradford(

ioraphles, ____ Eva Fay Galney High. ,
.. for the moat part had not had
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1 Martha Markey'p -- The ninth grade will present at !'
Last Tuesday BUS launched a much training but the bouts were Here's a chance and a mighty
...,._. Shirley Colley an early date "T he Ghost of :
Squad new scrap drive. Each pupil who Ima Snooper interesting nevertheless. The good one to really get down to Senior Boy ,
Clarice Thomasfoeclaf The is follows
Fret'Iiman.
Lnrt ___ cast as '
-- brought a piece of scrap was en- following bouts took place: work because there's a reward In Joins '
___ Nina Bishop Navy :
Features titled to participate In the ex- HI, kids How's everything? hattie' ItoyalClyde ; It for the winner. Any home i

foilna' Edwards. Marjorie Grider erclae. This ole' newsgal sho' Is all tuckered Denmark Arthur Winkler Rhoda pretty Sophomore .- room (grades 7 through 12)) Howard Douglas one of our 1\

EDITORIALS Immediately following the roll I out try In" to get some Info James Douglas Albert Kite Wanda Pearce: which maintains a perfect record Seniors from Brooker has decided ,

call Tuesday morning. each class out of you kids. It's harder than Results Mary-Mischievous SophomoreAnlce of 20 days in which there are no to cast hitj lot with the Navy. .:

LIKE filed out of Its room two by two. I tryin' to get a "T" ticket. Anything Gene Pat ray vs William Andrews Greene abxenses or tardles will be granted H. joined( a few days ago and < '

purpose of any and marched to the front of UnitC now within reason you dropin -Draw.A. Helena .- Dignified Sophomore thalf day holiday. Those will leave in about two week. "
primary
l-hool The papar is to furnish an ac- In (front of the' flag. 'Then Mr. I the box we'll put In-so come T. Andrews vs Ray JohnsonA. and College Monitor--Merry Beth I I day. may or may not bo consecutive He has long been..a resident of "':

of school activities. This Smith led the student body In the on kids and get hep to some T.Billy. I Knight. and the day to be declared Brooker where he began his first '

lint flag salute.' We really thought news and let Snoop In on It. Smith vs Charles Gamble a holiday win: be decided upon by i
bay be done In numerous ways Gertrude--Stately b r u n f'tte- footsteps on the ladder of education -

lid 1 it is for that reason that we then how glad we were to do our Attention-Any Man or a reasonable Billy Lorene Moncrief. I: the home room teacher of the .After he was graduated \

various departments. part to keep our great nation facsimile-.Here's a little Herbert Green, vs Odel Jones winning room. from Brooker Junior High, he '
ive our Diana-Small timid Freshman-!I
many phases of school "one nation Indivisible. with lib prose from me to you (ain't that I Odel. : This is not a competitive race continued his academic life at ,'
are
here : Hetty Hayes.
,. fe and each Is Important and erty and justice for all." touch?) I Earl Perry vs Bobby McRaeKarl. I The girls' cast has not been I,I between gradeu bu( a good will 'Bits : '

fell baa Its place on the printed Prayer woe led by :Mr. Thorne Another new years I Is here completed on "Ju t Women." race between rooms Too often Although we are reluctant to

if to maintain from the usa and Mrs. Biggs led again. I There will be another aortas of In the past we have been a little nee him leave feel
Lge. But. we are which la a ploy to bo put on by I I us, we proudto
I paper which will represent the in two verses of "America accompanied And still I'm here with pencil bouts In the Armory this Friday the ninth grade girls.; aUo. I careless! about our attendance anti know that he will do no much

hajority we must be careful and by the band. and pen \ I night and we Invite everyone who I "Marrying Belinda" I It* now, 0.1-1 It is hoped that this plan will for hl, country and oura.Seniors I!,
la Interested In the school's athletic to Increase Mr. I
help punctuality.
The student then in
that material of body Joined I ;
loose only I'll admit I'm not no bewitch so, being rehearsed by students .
filue to go Into it. A school singing the new scrap song to Hut I'm just itchln' fOI' a I program to come.' It will beat I horn Senior High. The cast Is : Smith has advocated It and wecan.t Aid ClinicFriday :
8:00: P. M. The admission Is help but wonder who the I{
laper does not belong to one the tune of "Praise the Lord and hltchln'. as follows: ; ,

of students. It Is not even Pass the Ammunition." lOc the proceeds going to pay for Herman Lathrop -,- Weill 1 thy first room to achieve that record Lllllt tour of the dig:1::1
roup I I That'll strictly oft the cob. boys, the bleachers at the football field.V. I will be. The seniors report that .
lie property of one person but banker --. William Baker. Ii I nified seniors! gave aid to the
. 'I'ml.... the Lord and Got YourS but it comes straight from me S. ill' is already "In the bag" but our
Jiat of the whole school and each
has Just as much say soIs I St' Lucille Johnson Jewell
udent Stephen John. Powell i ,'
the Lord and get your Dropped In at the Armory the j i I agreed to dlaugi-ee.1 The juniors ,
the next. We have a News Navy Shows Lee Benton .- secretary to and Edna Edwards, along with .
scrap a scrapping; other night and took In a few of I are very, quiet about It all so II, I
'
which is the means by which I four typewriters
ox bankerRichard Ray generously offered .
Praise the Lord for anythingcan tha battle royals going on. Buffalo Movie Shorts i guess we'H have to sit back and '
' lur staff works with the students. Henry Gray-fortune hunter-- their services for the worthy :.;r
Smith the Man ? of
happen; Billy was I wait for results. II |i ':'
Contributions are made through I Joe Andrews. cause of helping crippled children \.
Praise the Lord and get your the Hour. He certainly put up Friday morning a chief petty
able to compileur Belinda Freddie I Anyway It's a high l Ideal even to well and ':'
and we are a great fight. And to mention a officer from the Naval Station In -- Wlmberly. get strong >
a scrapping:
.
material to go to press. Our And scrap we'll all stay free few olhern, 'twaa Mutt Jones Hel'bl Jacksonville visited It. H. .S., and Marie -- Lola Newsome. lit It Ixn't reached and who saul. again. The girls. enjoyed the office :.:: :
students and Mrs. Sewell. 'that it wasn't going/ to be ? I practice much and
iaper represents our Green, Earl Perry Jr., Bobble brought with him two very Interesting Lalhrop-Virginia very were

, 'e are not concerned with any Praise the Lord. the iron and |r McHae and many other battlln'i 1 Hhoits- Amel'lca'lJI Call Selena.--Sara Barefoot I Juft got out the old alarm clock glad to have been of service to \ 'i

thing that is not typical of them steel Is needed; I''i brutes. Snoop got HO excited I to Arms" and "The Battle of 'rhe o plays are under. the dli and net it to work. 9.25: A. M. nucli a worthy cause 1/" ;

Ind their activities about the Praise. the Lord and let the ]I she started to trot in and .uparr aI I Midway." As their titles suggest 'eel Ion of hire Ball and Mr will find l me at school and on I I E. L. K.on i. : .

Naturally, at times there I I Rooks. time. How about YOU? I| ,
be heeded
[ call ; ItounJ herself with one of these) they were both CUI'rent subjects. I --I. L.. D. Hotel! | TeXiiuena, Toxco Mtluo '
. nay be things which find their Praise the Lord the Iron and buxiome Bcrnies of Bradford "The Battle of Midway" was -J. B. ''l

. 'ay into the box which have 'no steel Is needed j true scene of the famous You are requlrnu to 11\.1.\> ..ar on j ,
High. They tell me we still have '
I I 0.1 1! Knbruary Int., 144!, In the, shove! '
' 1 1 lace on a paper such as ours From you and me. sonw fight In' Flossies around the Both pictures held the Interest Vox Pop Jr. 7th Grade mimed, Court a,," -KIIH. wherein 1.1'\\
Ind it Is I plaintiff .seeks illvnrua. Hrartford ,
,
l for obvious reasons the I ole' school the student body which .
yet.
: of the staff to eliminate So go through the basement Dear hitS Student: We have two new Rids In our County Telegraph' shall putillnh, this... 1 \ ,
uty i Help Wa n t e d DepartmentWon't to enjoy them very much I OnlfiIn next four weekly |HMII H.
hem and use the more approprl- and go through the attic | In answering your lather loom. Their names are Marquerite Witness my hand and Official 'I
,. someone tell me why Mar The petty officer urged that ... "
te notes. This Is right for we Get every piece of scrap you | gie R. is wearing such a big each high school student atudy!I lengthy letter may I refer youto Fowler and Opal IIuf (eter. tier 31..1. I94JtOFKICIAl 4'1\,

Ire concerned with news and not can see. Oh I Oh 1 j ji the editorial on this' slime We enjoy having them very much. I II MI-JAL: ) A..1. ThornnnAn ., I
smile ? Or Is He
i lately It a military as much as possible. particularly I Clerk of said Court 11 4t 1-3J
'
(lersonalltlea. At no time have I page ? It appears like" you are Edith Manning( :,
secret?
l asked the :
Prase the Lord and get your boys to study \3i
.
Il ve ever refused to Include any scrap a scrapping i i l Ran on Sara Barefoot cookln" I their math and science flnce thatatfol'da I confused about BOOTH' things. : We saw an exciting show anti iv (iiirirr toi'iiT. iiiiti)Kom40I > \' ;
>
'
SlY KI.OIIIIIAl IN ('IU'h
Lrticle which we felt to be of I Kdltor. :
Praise the Lord dou't let them her flist! meal tother day on her greater advancement In news reel here at school Frl<1II)". VOICY* :

; newsworthy value. Contributions catch you napping. '! home project Domestic Donna the Navy. After the pictures had ; Dear Editor: The school Is. having a scrap David K. Flfo Wllilii rinlntltr VH. .tarK ,
.
Ire to the continuance Here's for I receiveda K. 1 tilts' Defendant '
one
necessary Praise the Lord and get your I that's Sarle. Con g r been shown the officer held aconference you. [ drive starting Tuenday Jan. 19th. I Ca; e tN 32H8 ,((1
'
hf our paper and we are desirous keed. Interested letter from my "true love" Friday OKIlBIt fK PITnLIPATIONANI ( 'I''
scrap a scrapping I'I with boys i ion We had a scrap parade on Tuns-, .
) NOTICE TO
atUlations.l AffHAIt ,:
U
that he InK
that In. telling
they continue to come me com
(0. For VICTORY I I, Sho' do like your the U. :S.; Navy. day, led by the band. We hope ) HTATB! OK' PI.OIUDA tot! Afar b
' .et us resolve to make the BHS I''fol'e. L o I' r a Ine. -M. G. home on furlough the last of this iraret .K.VIIH.. Fife whose. rmldone I ,
to collect even mOI'e this
ournal When we hold band led the parade from, ,, month Swell! Well the next day scrap IH co M rIO. Joe Drown Benton .. I
n [ our paper. The wearing it sometime? It's mighty I j lima than during the last drive. | Harbor MIc'Illicit n. \ .
r session of something it is only the flag to the scrap pile. The purty. I got a letter from another friend 'I'II We have several band membersIn You are requlrvit' to appear on '
natural that webe particular Scouts followed the band. Junior Jingles who saysi that he la coming. too. I February Int., 194*. In the abovenamed 1,.' .
Boy j, When are we going to have) our I'oom. '! Court and cause, wherein 11 ,

rd bout what goes Into it. The The Girl Scouts followed the Boy I' another school dance? The last'! "Praise, the Lord and get Your That same! day I received notice )Ithat.a Claude, Johns, reporter 7-P. county plaintiff Telegraph Hpkn dlvorrw.nhall Ilrndford. ,, '

.t Impression that we create on our Scouts and then the 12 grades one was such a big success I1: Scrap u-scrappin' t seems to be third friend, was also coin- Order ,In. next. four weekly publIshtills 1 Innuert. -

I, public through this is the means lollowed: -all singing "Praise the thought we would have one OUbout' Ing the last of this month. These ix C'IIUTI'r ('UI''I'. imitiKnitii '"
the the whole Junior Classis .
song C'UI'' VTV, Kl.Olllltll INHernard C'-, Witness my bund and offli-lnl
which in the Your Scrap a last two additional. mean very llt-| I
Get
y we are Judged Lord and i .
every week. Come on, folks let'spitch [ .Hinging. The school scrap- ("'V. Hrul'at thin glut
w final tallly. Scrapping." After all the students' a big one. tic to me. What I want to know M Miller, Plaintiff. v". of I>,>< ml):r'ki94rlorlda. ,' !
drive was a big succefm. Only UtMlIti t'nnhtikowa. Miller. Jiefen. OFFICIAL HKAI.! ) A. .1. Thomas ,
how I rid of the lust
-I., L., D. had deposited thelrsCI'ap on the This Prissy little Missy really those 'who biought' ,scrap Iron Is can get dant, CKHf. No' 1219. AH Clerk of mild Court.' 1-1 41fi\ ",'

pile we Joined In singing "God dreads the next two weeks when two and enjoy the company of Oltl"KK: OK. PIUIMrATION John. J, IlenUernon. 1'1.1.| Ally for '
could The Junlom
participate. hal.
ANt NOTJfM TO AI'I'KAK 1.If 'Ii 11 I
nior Biographies Bless America." examinations will be upon us. I solemnly promised that each my "one and only? This has HTATH OK. FIXJIUDA 101: ledla \, ,9'

ra I ImENE Scrap Is a symbol -of our inten- thought most of me books were leally got me worried. I'nMhukowa. Miller, whose. residence IV 'flU'I'IT ('0' HT. lilt u"olln ""I i
I
would bring a piece of scrap Iron Distressed 1 I. Unknown, i I '01 '((TV. KI.OIIIItAI, IX IH.fVKltV. n...
J HAZKN I tion to do our part Just as the closed for the duration, but looks to go on the scrap pllt!. They You HI'" reqtilred to "JlP..r on ,
On Is symbol of ours patriot- Dear Distressed: February let., 1943 in the above Arthur J Tllnian, Plaintiff' v s :
August 11. 1925. Irene flag a like I'm going to have to drag helped make It the success it MuhalR Lena Font Tlllimn Uefen.dunt M') ,

2'h lazen was born in Plant City. Ism. out the old "tomes" (the dictionary was I My ray you popular lass How' iirned tkli&lntlff(Court. | cud dlvn kalian,'....... ltrn.lfrii.fi whereIn Cane No. 117K. ,
MM Florida. She had traveled from I -C. A. T. if you please) after all. WoeIs We are sorry to way we have, you do rate! But three at the r.,;;,;, -ic."l'h-.M '....- publlNh- thin I, ltl I)>>Klt NOTK'R Ml 1"I'"rJ TO l.Ir'ATION AI'i'MAK': 'I t,1

own to town deal! and I I Thin certainly Is tragic same time does complicate mat- Order In next four weekly iNHuen.Vltn I HTATR Oh- ...KI.OHIDA ''!I'
a good me. a lost two of our students; Louise .. \ "..,n my hand anti nf'klal He..I.IHI" l li Lena : Mahalit
Is that I'oHt
many landed in Hampton' wherehe Home EC. Gleanings life, eh what ? Certainly Is goingto ROMS and Marvin Rosier who are te. My suggestion you at "'"''.", Kluililii. I Ills January ,In old Hoonlun Tllmun., !toad whose Towat'o.renldmu Nw .
other and 4fh
write the two ,
promptly 1943.ut.'III'rAr .
began her first school year.Khe I' eem funny not to have any now united in marriage We,. the : MKAt" ) A. J. Thulium Jerneyi and whose P. o. Address '

now live. in the suburbs 'of Hello everybody. How'i-e ya'all vacation to recuperate In this Junior Class. wish you the best tell them that you have the An Clerk of mild (.....rt.v. .IM ration i.l.| ) Wrferht l'istlerson Aeronautical. New J..I..y.1'orpo. i I.
or something. Or \ ('. HardeMty. Pnytona Tleach,
you
tarke and attends BHS. this week T Our Home EC. Depart- year. of luck and happinesH Louh and mumps Klorlda. Atty. for IMf 1-H 4t 1-Stt You are required tl) appear nn |l
I never before I I might Hay that you and your February let.., 1943 In the above
She especially' likes to travel. ment is surviving as Hear there's a house party go- Marvin. I li'
family will be out of town at .that iv CIHCI I'"' toiler. mi 51)50111) named Court and (cause wherein .\
act new people collect snap- eh, girls? I ling on at Klngsley Lake this Exams and more examsWe : 'let them for} I'UI S'I'%'., Kl.0ltll %p I* CII1N-: plaintiff. seeks) divorce. IlrHdfnrd, ,"
time. Don't come '
Hhots and eat. read I We are to complete four pro- week-end. Confirm o r deny !' are all racking our brains to see 1 t:Kit: i'. County Telegraph shall publlnh thin
autographs. five weeks''kids then you will be embui'rasse'd. I T. C. iempey, riHlnllff. vn KrnllyNfvrrer : Ordor In next four weekly. : Issue ,
itereatlng books and poems. and jects during the next ? Wonder who could it be? I' just what we have learned the I' had Ihtln ..y, Ieteidunt Vase Witness my hand and official seal ," I.
wish that I three
e comfortable. .Her greatest deHire and we're starting on the fh.stone I "Praise the Lord and get the last four months. But we have to wOI'ryabout. No. 1267.ftniiKIl. at Htarke' Kl' "ildu, thin January I.'
found out Howdo you do It? : (>V tTllUfATtOV" "Ih" 1913.fl'ti"l'IAi \j.
to be a pilot (avfatrlx\ ) and this weekI've scrap a 8crappln'Dug around found out that we haven't studied Editor.I ANI NOTU'K: TO AI'I'WAIl .,' KMAT> A..I. ThoinnnAn [

) go oversea She would like (what some of the girls have decided -I In the alley until I salvaged I as hard as we thought we'' had. HTATH ltllA to-: ".,"lIy Clerk of said 'ourt. I'
Here : I I Aft-rcer ImiiipBuy u hone renldem-v. .. W. > pay Germany a sort of "visit." on as their projects. enough scrap, to'admit me to the And we have started to "cram" Dear Kdltor: ,02 1'uttetnon 'U" t I' a s t, Valdonta.lenrarla. Florida Atty. fur fit l-. u 1.29'I{ '

he would also like to go to I are a few: : I Scrap Drive Parade. My oh My! j (atUHual) so you' can Imagine What can I do to make a certain -I ( You .are, reftilreil ti> appear/ on iv <'nifi'rr .'oi iir.HJIV. 1I11""FOIII (*:

""Ha Russia etc. Dooley D.-A victory garden. I I1 Just love parades. Pradln' Prl"1 -)I how busy we Juniors are. Since I little black-haired, brown- Kebriiury, "tut' 1043 In the .above (:'oi'srv' 1".0111"\ ('In (I';
I cook and serve sic used to call back In 'nanieil Court .find, cause, wherein < .
Plan. I me
Gloria B.- hey much to 'do I I' '
11 have studying She .
1 so Senior for
While she has been with us. I I : eyed care me. plaintiff lievkll cllv... .'... ''''aclt"rdI Paul Weber l l'li hit Iff, V.. ConHtanro ,"
ie has made, friends. We meals for the next four Sundays. my (day Sho' does make a I I I myself, I guess I had better getI; had a very pleasing personalitybut County Telptrriiph .hall I i ptilillHh I I thla At. Hall YVebvr. Def..dent I p

ope that as many she 'goes soaring I I How about coming over for din-I feeble frame, feel strong to know :I back to It. So Long, 'til II'I I she seems to be very shy whena I I Older Wltn In 4NM next.my four hund weekly and official|MHU.... Can No, Z7II.OUHKU!| Oh'. I'trnrIrATJoN 'f'I .

rough the she will -, ner some Sunday. Gloria? that they're helpln slap the dirty week. j j10G boy starts caring/ for her. TOme I Heal at HI..rk"l Florida, thin Ueveni'her AND NOTICM T(>>>"ArPKAitHTATM J'
sky rememer ,I Marguerite and Georgia G.- | little Japa. I I I I 5, SStli.. JU. '' OK FIXKll tot Con-
all of her friends here and : she seems to be JuK about A. J. Thonuia otanca !M. Hull Weber whuae reel 7,'
verywhere. !Plan meals and furnish their bed- : Hear I. L. D. received another i I News perfect. If you would like to', .\'Clelk of Maid' Court dnnre ,la 40 ULv.rJurt, Chclm-u 1 '
Success to you. Irene Good Idea, If you can do airmail letter from a represen- Knight' A Kjtlitht Htaike, KlorldaAtty. Manor Htreet, l.ondim, H. W. 3. i '
ou have been a credit to BHS. rooms. 1 talk to her for me, her Initials .. for r-lf. l-f4t 1-23 Knwhtiiil. and I*. o. Aadrnan I I..* \.
it. says I.Frances. tatlve of the United States Army. j I Every one in our clan wasj I are C. T. Tell her I am a lone- (OFF1CIAI HKAUl > rare of Tormiulat lUitel Torquay, ,
B from, the wilds of Africa Mouth Devon lOnirlantl. I 1;
C. Clothing. Wa
ALMA! IIINSON -- | when he heard ma gentleman. Thanking
leally surprised no / you ... You are required to Appear. on I
Alma in Zannle S.-Victory gardenWhae this. time. She seems to be doing \ iiK-i ir c'ol.'r. IIItUIl..O. 1st. In above
was warmly received that Dorothy' Williams got married in advance I am. 4'<>IWTY, FI.OMIIIll I.> C.II.- February 1943 the '

Hampton on July 3, 1923. She another one. |jan excellent Job of keeping up I; to Cpl. JoHnny Chlldress on Still Hoping. tKnr.IMUIH named Court and cause, wherein .;4
Winter, Plaintiff.. VK, Annie plaintiff seeks fllvnr,'.. Ilradford
I (.
K.Home Furnishing. with her Khaki Lad. As for me
is spent her entire life in that Mary New Year Day. We heartily Dear Still Hoping: I Itefendanu.. Cnxo. 1380. 'ounty TeleKraph hall publUh.. thla

ilr city. Blue eyes and brown I'I Marie E.-Planning, preparingand -my Job was a f-l-o-p. Traced j I wish them a happy life together lie tactful In your approach' Wh.h.rl'''UL ( IK- l'I rlJhi11INANI Order In next four weekly, l..nue. .. i'.1
> NOTirK TO AI''I' AH I Witness. my hand and official seal ;

Mary Ellen W.-Home Furnishing 'goofey globe of ours and after,I hard not to have any absences or shy but she is lonesome too. But I I Winter c-il| Joseph II< Kxinnv 1451)Hrnailway 4th 1841OKVlflAf. ,
n.She ; found New York City, New ( ., RKAL) A. J. Thomas d
weeks of fret and out
started to School at Hamp- worry tardies for twenty days! so we can let me warn you.. In order to win York. An. Clerk of said Court.W. .
I I
'n. and upon completing the Nina B.-Making a dref! I he was still In the good ole have a half holiday Wish us her heart you must have no bad You are r"iiilri| >d to *I.p..r on C'. ItardeHty.. l uytona Dearh, '1"
Inth Same as Nina. ; U. S. A.Scoop. I I i February 1m., 1943 in the above Florida Atty. for Pit. 1-S 4t I'J '
BHS.he Sara B.- make -
grade she came to luck!' Everyone should bring some heblts: must good j .

has been coming here ever I I Helen L.-Making a skirt. of the week: Where was scrap ''now and help' 'out in the and must not be too gradel"I'I|I :iiiimml plaintiff: Court NeckS ami divorce ra.un., Hrudfordi whorvlnI NOTICM OP ADOPTION hi

Odessa M.-Home Improvement. Charlie when his gal stepped out? drive. Thafu all for 'this time If 'you So win her heart I ]i :County Tolpvrnph' shall publUh thin Notice. In hereby alven that th.undr.igned t'
ince.Her for that. I I Ordir I In ttext four weakly' limu. will apply to the Honorable :.
ao'much Ah Ha-a Garnlta. you're caughtin
likes are composed of Oh well! but I'll be back with more news. you that she 'is worthy of your Witness my hand anti offlcditl K..at| A. Z. Adklnii. Jtldlt Clj-cult I l'
Biuslcal shows and the domestlcat- Guess I'll have to hurry and decide -I the cruet and ruthless clutchesof next time. Good bye now. devotion. 'i at $l' rk", Florida till January4th Court, al his nffl. In Starks -C'ior. ,
: I' ,, 1941OKPK'IAf., ida on February 8. 1943 ion an

hildren. Just she has likes project. I to keep It a deep dark secret thatJ. An 'l'.rk of Mild Court Mlcheal Duke, airs two years 'j.

as So long A. Martinez was the b. f. Fri were popular in my day and time. T. Frank indruni.. "Btarka' Klorldn. Virginia I). McOonorhle, "I ,
) she
.
dislikes: walking. cookingnd Science Club Atty. for I'M. 1-H 41 1-89 tJanlel Duncan McConochl ,. '
people who assume false airs. "Susie." day nlte If you give me your And who says I can't? Why I remember j ...;..- 1-8 5t 2-5 'f"\

on chewing when I used to sing for ..1tUn'OHU
As soon as she finishes school priority gum. Gives Program IV ('flU"I'I'I' 4'OIUT. .
ie Intends Company B sho Is steppln high all the borne operas that came C'O' vrr. Ki.ouii i iv C''II t'- r oJ \
GradeWe
to go to work in an Eighth CKHV.Kuconn .
ndeclded She doesn'tM wide and handsome 4th period. to our peaceful little town.' Science Club under the direction Collay ltJIJrf-l.o"l I'lulnllff I When Your /1
position.
M know what she will do. But took a Current Events test ,I' Yes Siree folks four perfect platoons Elise Green and Frances N. sho'did of Mrs. Ball presented anj' VM.. .KMpvranxa MorrlHon: Defendant['la* I'ubfllitft Can. No.Y.l'lItIV .

drilling and down the have a foul time tother day and appropriate pro-1 '
hatever it Is and Mrs. Demorest. our History up Interesting 11370.nltr" Back HurtsAnd -
; Alma may you
n OK ITII.ItMTIO! r t.,
nJoy the fruits of success teacher offered $1.00 In defense campus as If to the tune of when stranded up at the O. P. gram. The assembly sang one ANn NOTICK: T) APHKAIlSTATK '

Yankee Doodle. The Barge almost at time with lunch. of "The Star Hanner" .. |,'. .... -
roughout lastl to any pupil who made a tower, noon no vene Spangled t>F V1f>n'tA t I n .r Your Strength i iEnergy tar
your life. This stamps '
/l I.h comes sincerely from the en- perfect score but no perfect kicked me out, though because After about fours weary hours after which the flag salute alias Dlaa C b llo Y. Baur-Morrl-,- Ie Below Par "

''e senior j' were made. Marian Brown he said I had two left rescue party (Virginia Sewell) was given. A group of boys present It may be emummd by dleo....? of hida l-
class. Korea!' feet. Of I haven't the Johnnie the in id a' for each rad of Beware .y funettoa' that p rnitca poison_. '
and Joyce Moore made the high- course was on spot Just thought Coughsfrom *..(. to .cu..uI.te.. For truly many
took of 70 and 73. slightest Idea what be means; butI time to keep Elise from keeling the week people f...l Ii.*... W.BI! and ........bI. '
est scores whn the kldn.,.. fall t. remove ..- '
Of The Week Some of the girls smiled at would appreciate It If some of over.' A patriotic song was sung bya common,.colds acids and tahe r. w..te matter from the r'J,

I Lawson riding her ponyto you drill In' Doras would help me Patriotic. Pansy otherwise group of boy and girls William blood. ,
"The the Elizabeth You uffr nmgrinf backache, :
of
Robe" Is the story school. This was before gas to keep In step once In a while. known as Soph. Aillne Kelley. has Baker read a prayer. The That Hang On rheumatIc may pvlna, hvadaebc.. dii.inww,

pornan. soldier who was In charge story Is dlf- Those "Maestros de muslca" offered to sacrifice her most asembly: under the direction ,of I (*ttinf up nlffht r !leg pains), .wwUlntf.
f the and rationing now the Bom.tTm frequent led ft>ranfcy Mrln.- 'f
| crucifixion of Christ
wishes he had a now don't take me for a Spyln' treasured possession to the scrap Mrs. Demorest sang and learned a Creomulslon relieves promptly because ttoa with. marline end burning I. another '
ho ]later won his robe. It l Is a fereniveverybody Lord It goes right to the seat of the alga that _......hin.!I. wrung. with., ,
little she "Pralsa the
to ride to school Instead of Susie-That's Just a Espanol drive. Seems wants to give defense song trouble to help loosen and czpclgerm She kldnvn or bladdar.TborwvbcMild ,
tory pony i :
which every one who Is a to walk. Say "Liz" are I picked up South of the Border herself. Noble thought Alllne but and Keep Your Scrap a Scrappin' laden phlegm and aid natur be no doubt that prompt I \ :
fhrlstlan will read and enjoy be- having to soothe and heal tender, Ir trtmnt U wiser( than n* ..". t-
house tomor- -but as I was s a y I n those an old kettle would be appreciated raw '. / : '
coming by my />oai* ///a. It ia battor tarraly on
pune It presents Christianity in I, you and will your pony "Maestros de mnslca" that favor mote. No offense please War Is flamed bronchial mucous men .....,eI.. that baa won reuntrywida ap- : 1, ; .
I rational will also be row morning branes. Tell your druggist to sell yo p'oai; than .a .......tbl.. .loss favorably I' ,
way. It I two people In the- saddle? ed J* with a song tother morningIn War.Well 1& eemrnon sens to be a bottle of Creomulslon wttn the understanding 11.0.-... v....'. hav. b.*n Lri... and taa..
qually Interesting to anyone else i allow seems to be rather chapel really had what It my mind Is bout as emptyas thrifty If you save you are you must like the way it .d. many ,..rI: Are at i iG all drug. .- I .)
.
pcause of the story which Is ln\\ Everyone Could It be midterm takes. When it comes me time. me gas tank now; so I'd better thrifty. War Bon:!* h'p yon quickly allays the cough or you are base/t today.DOANS. 'I

|Self! full of love, hate, actionad sad today.worrying them? to be on the program 111 loosenup I, top. Please don't forget the t to save and help to save to have your money! back.CREOMULSION. I

everything else necessary to exams See next week. on the ole vocal cords and fights tonight. See ya next week. America. Bar 9' ir' Uo percent Pi LLS '
you 4
I pake a novel intere Ung. I So long. Joyce Moore. sing ya a few of the songs that I I I' Snooper.,I every par .IT for Coughs Chest Colds. Bronchitis r "

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BRADFORD OOtTNTY 1ELKQRAPII. STARKB. FLORIDA FRIDAY
PAGE FO'CR. JANUARY 22. I 194$

Junior Club Sponsors Red Cross Chapter for his-personal I i-:: =

.;:t SOCIETY and CLUBS! J JUSO Benefit Bridge PartyThe gift of $5.00. That fills ten ... c _'.. ..
.. Kit Bags for our boys.
Junior Woman's Club of p
7 r; Mrs C. A Knight. Mrs. 'Jeanette I '
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Girls Plan Dance 1' Methodist W. S. C. S. Baptist Circles Stance the Woman's sponsored Club a benefit Building bridgeat on Kincaid, and Mrs. Edward ., 'i''p :; !( :. J
Burnj attended the Service Coun-
For February 5th I. Well! Attended Have Interesting Wednesday night with Miss
i II I I cil for the Camp and Hospital Each: weekn this upae will be presented. 'picture
Meetings This Week Evelyn Stump Chairman of Finance -
Monday Afternoone Recreation Committee at Comp) and word portrait or someone whoM name U news)
Girls Service Organization
The
Committee, in charge.
19. This
; of the USO met last Thursday An unusually large number of Mrs A. M. Rtcharde was hostessto Tables were placed In the sun Council Blanding i Ia held on January three week!. .When President Roosevelt sent to the senatt!
for a formal interested women attended the Circle One of the Baptist W. parlor of the building. every the appointment; of Prentiss M. Brown as head
discuseed
v' plans
and and effort must be made to
Feb. W. S. C. S. Monday afternoon M. 3., Monday afternoon at her After! completion of several progressions every; of the Office of Price Administration he war
dance to be given on Friday, have our Chapter represented. recommending a man who had a sound
at the Methodist church. home at the State Farm. Eleven of bridge, prizes of Defense back
in honor of Junior Red Cross girls and boy f '" 4 ground for the difficult
be task.
to
5 the
party members and three visitorstwerepreo3nt.
f' The president Mrs. W. G. Halle, Stamps were awarded to rtlll anxious to work. Volunteer -
winning group. It was plannedto presided over the business session I Mrs. William Thomson, with high are service with Mrs. L. A. r? For Brown former senator from Michigan,

Invite bands from Camp Blan- and Mrs. Julius L. Thorn trans Mrs. Luther Powell, leader con- score for ladies, Cpl. William Bag- I Davis your and help these children war ; was the co-author of the price control and anti.t .

v din: and ask each band to play acted her! duties as secretary. The ducted the devotional, reading : gett, with high' score for men ,I workers to do their part. inflation acts of the last congress. It was his
one-half hour and have one readan and "' Mrs. William Powell with low for leadership and knowledge, many Washington
''k$ treasurer Miss Amelia Ray, from Proverbs, prayer was ; To date the ladles of Brookerare observers claim, which put over these
special number. encouraging account of the delivered by the W. M. S. president ladies, and a Sgt.. from Camp Product 4 meas.
our most enthusiastic uras in congress. Persuasion rather than arbitrary .
Th j following committees,were financial condition of the organization Mis. A. E. Llghtfoot. Blanding with low for men. Coca- Ian Room workers. Mrs. Edward methods represents his usual way of ,et.

appointed: Ref r eshments: Miss ; the corresponding! secretary Mr. Paul Raymond read the Colas were served during the < Burns and Mrs. Junius ting things dne.

Lucile Mitchell, chairman Miss Miss Olive Ray,. gave an an- minutes and the secretary's! re- evening., ". Sml',h will b e with them on $ .Brown has said that.lf he were ever to han
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Mis Gladys Udell. showed the \
Lillian Stump. nual report which port and Mrs. Nora Outlaw was Thursday, January 21,' to lend any dIe the affairs of price administration he would
Miss Berbe Holland; Floor: Miss work accomplished In the past elected, for mission -
Jf study. RED CROSS assistance necessary.: concentrate on controlling the prices of a few
Della Rosenberg. Chairman, Miss year exceeded any previous year The new budget plan called for Instructors First Aid Course key materials, rather than all commodities as

if Pearl Lewis; Finance; Secretary M". L. A. Davis?" secretary of one collection instead! of three or -APPEAL- will begin February 8 and will run Leon Henderson baa done. In Brown' opinion

? and treasurer of groups Miss Social Christian Relations, talkedin four separate, collections for Missions through February 12. An In- Prentlss M. much of the confusion and red tape would thus

Virginia Sewell, chairman. Misses I regard to plans for her work. White Cross General and ',,. structor from the Eastern 'area Brown be eliminated.
Pearl Lewis Freddie Wlmberly I The following members will assist $100.000 Club. The ,new plan is
A rolUBin br. for ...* ..boat'the of National Red Cross headquarters -
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+,,1 and Elizabeth Joiner; Program: Mrs. Davis on this committee: working excellently and insteadof nm Crmu Work In (Murk, will conduct these classes. All
Miss Frances Opperman. chairman Mrs. W. G. Halle.' Mrs. J. L. collected Prepared ..r Staff Member '
$6.50, our quota we people having had First Aid and
s ; Invitation: This will\ be Thorn, Mrs. Titus Olson Mrs. L. $9.30. This gives a good start on Mrs. L. A. Davis Chairman of Advanced First Aid are eligible. As Long as It Isn't a Pleasure

''t tak n care of by Miss Jewell D. Vlnlng Mrs. A. Z. Adkins, February.Mrs. Volunteer Services for our local Bradford County needs Instruc-

Pre uell. Mrs. W. L. Blair Mrs. E. K. Powell gave a reading on Red Cross Chapter, announces tors. To date Mrs. Edna Hart
t I Each member not on winning' Perryman, Mrs. Junius M. Smith the subject of formal gardens and that the new plans for the Pro- and Mrs. grace/ Wainwright have

y group is assessed fifty ,cents. and Miss Amelia Ray. Mrs. LIghtfoot talked on some of duction Rooms-are 'coming along given hundreds of hours of their

wR'f s} Virginia Sewell, er'cretary.w .I!f I Mt q. Paul Tubb and Mrs. E. C. the outstanding work accomplish I nicely. A new1}"Chairman will :;be time instructing First Aid. These

j Perry were welcomed as new ed last year. The financial report appointed this week, and we have girls cannot do it all. Volunteer
for
wv Office supplies of all hinds members of the Society. Mrs. was ,excellent It was very had numerous volunteers who planto for Instructors First Aid Courseat

? sale at The llriulfcni County Coan, mother of Mrs. Thorn and Interesting to learn that pennies, be with us in the Production your Red Cross Headquarters

Telegraph. Vtra. John Healey, wife of Lt-Col. given through Florida W., M. S. Rooms on Thursday January 21.

Healy, of Camp Standing were circles during the year for White Give your Thursdays to your local Birth AnnouncementMr.
introduced and welcomed as ,vlsl- Groan work amount' to 3802. Red Cross Chapter.Tho .

">-- -.... ----.--) tOI': '', Tho hostess, assisted l by Mis. week of ,January 25 will and Mrs. James Dennis announce -
After the buslnesn session adjourned H. M. Rtcharde and little Jane be devoted to filling our Kit bag the birth of a daughter at

AUTO PARTS Mis. G. C. Powell con. Rlcharde served delicious homemade quota. .An active drive for funds the Alachua County'' Hospital

GENERATORS AUTO GLASS ducted an Impressive New Year Ice cream and cake. will bo made. When these Red Gainesville Monday night Jan.

CASH FOR CARS AND, service, using as her theme Mt*. J, L. Llnsln Invited the Cross workers call on you have 18..
growth In grace and I n good your dollar ready, These are busy
TRUCKS IN ANY Cii'do to meet with her the thirdMonday M
CONDITION \VE BUY work, and was atwlsted l by Mis. In February.Circle tlmep. The Red Cross workers New Arrival 4

+ JUNKED & WRECKED F. H. Long at the piano. Two of the Baptist W. must. solicit the money help make

AUTOS M. U met at, the home of MI'.. the hags, purchase supplies to :Mr.\ and ,Mrs Mike Denton of
Celebrates Birthday T. B. Hat'ding Monday afternoon fill them And see that they are }Hampton announce ,the arrival ofa
Used Autos $Yh:>> up shipped. and born Jan IS, In ,M
with eight members'' and two PlPbsQ.do your purt son Saturday, ;; rt w N 5
HASKINSAUTO Miss Madeline Lecin Is today visitors present. The devotional contribute when' ,called upon.- the Alachua County Hospital L-

celebrating her 18th birthday. She was conducted by the leader Mrs. Our appreciation, to the Presbyterian Gainesville Mrs. Denton is the

PARTS was graduated last spring at B. W. n. Alexander who read the Auxiliary for their $::5.00 former Miss Willie Mae Hinson Sunday, driving Is a chore and no pleasure then all rlgnt. A
_ North of Town' on Road IS H. S., and spent 12 week last 102 Pnalm followed by prayer by donation-Also to our own Judge of the B. H. S. faculty.. motorcycle patrolman examines the papers of a New Yorker after stopping .
summer taking a $1,000 course Ferryman Chairman, our local him on Pulaskjr Skyway.: The driver was en route to Kearny to work,
at the New York Institute of Mrs. R. A. Thomas. and was permitted to proceed. Police authorities and OP* agents worked
1 Photography.Her Reporta from the secretary and --- together to enforce the baa on Sunday pleasure driving In the East.

1 --it father, I. Lecin, proprietorof treasurer were read and approved.In .
till) the Bradford Photo Shop find- addition to the officers whowere HAMPTON
'Shiner"
Ing It difficult to secure well- held over, Mrs. Alexander Carolyn Callstreet (?p By II. B. Wiggins I for Axis

trained photographers solved the appointed the folio wing : Co- .
'r, C. Chavtaln has returned
problem in his own family' with leader, Mrs. W.; J. Epperson;
from Jax where he has been
Flower Chairman Mrs. L. H.
his
daughter
youngest .. .
'
-- Jennings: Training School Mrs. Well, folks '...t. <, That's the ininterestin' bike t Pfc. Hugh Styron celebratln' muter the doctor's care with his
R. A. Thomas; Orphanage,. Mrs. leg. We are glad to report that
Married In Lake Butler his 27th birthday Sunday
thing about life .
OUE SIDESHOW R. B. Alvarez; Community Mission with a great big birthday cake he Is Improving.
M. W Luke and Clara E. Yel- !*, Mrs. T. ,B., Harding.\ You never know who's gonna turnout Mrs. Niram Wynn is visiting

Coyote Carson chews raw vlngton both of Starke, January A bill for flowers was ordered %to be a poet,next!, Jus friends and relatives Here.
10. amountedto received the following from Mr. and Mrs. M. B. Jernlgan
paid, and the offering verses
steaks as if they were peanuts! Spec he'll be peeved to see It of Jacksonville week-end
./, All citizens of Hereford, Texas, 41225. Mrs. Harding gave Sgt. W. C. Rhode'n) (ex-Call- here on account of she likes for guests of Mr. and were Mrs. W E. as
T have good teeth because soil out some missionary study books streeter now ''stationed at Camp her good deeds to go unnoticed Ihoden.. >
} conditions provide calcium and 4 r] ACTION' RELIEF for home'study, .and plans were Rucker. Ala.Hand they contain but fact remains t h'a t Scootla Dennis Parker of St.
Augustine -
discussed for work during the some very good advice for those Duke that the floor
phosphates. But listen, pardner: noting of the spent Sunday with his parents -
1 level teaspoon of Rumford FOR ACID INDIGESTIONCarpenter's coming year. who have.. bee .or ,are .about. to Episcopal Church needed a good Mr. and :Mrs. ,J. H. Parker.
Baking Powder, as contained in The meetingcloeed with prayer be iolected"l t scrub! job got down on her hands. Mrs. Kenneth LaChance Mrs.I'
by Mrs Epperson after which .1 I and knees and did
the work herself
baked foods provides onethirdthe Once there { Clara
ip were.thiee ,rookies Stone Mrs. I. N. ,Newell,
the hostess served delicious re-
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Hear the Julius Thorn
daily 'miniinnm'requirement Named Johnnie, Jim and Joe domicile Mrt Doris Hicks. Mrs. H. B.
of calcium, one-half the daily ireuhmentn.Th Said they "We need no train- had a 'swelterIn', time Wiggins and Mrs. Mary Williamswere
*. next meeting will be held' during the recent heat wave .
minimum' of phosphorua-vital s L se Ing, :-, ,Chopping In Starke Wednesday
to bones'and teeth. Yippee! with Mrs. J. H. Lord. !' "We know alt there; Is to know" Seems Mrs. Thorn's father, hereon ',
Circle Three met at the home Now Johnnie's In there fighting a visit from Indiana builds Bootblack Anrelo dead has dIscovered

ntEXi V.. Rurnf...'. Tim- SOc .. of :Mrs. O. W. Alderman Monday And If he forgets to duck_ fires accordln' to the calendar Instead -, CARD OF THANKSWe a novel way' to black the

ly ...1.. Material. Writ. afternoon and Mrs. John Poyner, A swift thrust of a bayonet- of the thermometer wish to express our thanks : eyes whose of shoes the Axis.he shines Each mast customer buy a

today-Rumford Baking Powder, the newly elected chairman, led And the boy' outta Every time he remembered 'twas and appreciation to \V : shine... I II
just luck! o u many war stamp. "Buy or no
Box F, Rumford, Rhode jslsad.a Drug Store r the devotional; and also led in January: 17th, he'd put another friends for the kindness extended I Ito the motto of this Italian-born resident

a prayer.As Then Jim went!- (n there scrap stick of wood on the fire ". us and for the beautiful flow.ers -i I of Belleville. N. J. He sell
this was the start of the ping. ,_ : 'Sanother dotter for Myrtlce an', rent during the illness and I as high as $30 worth of stamp a
Till he heard the Candy Dennis .. : day In New York. Ciancl has s
new' year Mrs. Poyner chose asher cannon's roar. Congrat death of our husband and father In the > .
'subject/"Begin/ Again The He didn't ,dodge quite fast -Mrs. W. A. Meads and family. son navy.

_ program was In charge of Mrs. enough Hear Jean Davis has transferred .........-

H. A. Lawson and the topic for Now< Jim's nos'beie anymoie. her abilities to a desk Job at OVER THE TOP Recent, Births

discussion was "Building for the Joe Blar.JIng:! Jeannette Kincald'sfondness '
got tlre future." And for chit'llngs Is among Mr. and Mrs. W. .S. River
a place to bed. -
lookedtr.
Officers and committees ,were But didn't down the local traditions and when she wIUI Staike, Jan. 20 boy:
L t stay low
STARKE FLA announced for the new year aa enough left, Starke to visit her parents In UNITED STATES WARBONDSSTAMPS

follows: Chairman Mrs. Poyner; So now poor' 'oe 'is, dead. Tampa for the holidays she car. I llr, and Mr. ,C. ,C. Dees,
Co-chairman :Mrs. H. 1... Brown- sled along a bundle 0 f these Brooker Jan 15, boy.

leer; Eecretary, Mrs. Jesse New- Now you fellows take a lesion! choice Bradford County tidbits ----
son; Treasurer Mrs. Ray New- And listen with your ears Xmas day she received the
i SUN MON TUES JAN. 24-25-26 some,; Program and :Mission chairman Bitter get the most of training folio-win' wire from the girls atLetla's H. O. BROWN

Mrs. H. A. Lawson; Enlistment So back home 'there'll be no : "Merry Xmas! Hope you" I
tears. and the chit'llngs arrived "
chairman. Mrs. One Wiggins I safely.
; Literature Mrs.-J. B. Futch; '. It's far from new.. but_ _n the_ _, m Income Tax Specialist

/ / Community Mission Mrs. P. M. NOw for a quick look at the j story about Mrs. J, H. Lord and l BRADFORD
I I news of the the COUNTY ABSTRACT OFFICE
Barefoot. week: Hear Bill I spider web still rates a

The clrcle.has enlistment as the (La.vtey) Walnwilght, now a chuckle from me Seems Mrs, STARKE FLORIDA
r work for January. Mrs. Poyner Capt. at Fort Bragg spent his I w1.. was entertalnln' some church ,

and Mrs. Newsome volunteered, much-anticipated, furlough In a group or other and had given her Each Monday, Tuesday, Friday & S

4:1 with Mrs. Barefoot to visit members hospital bed .. Took sick on I house, what she considered" a very turday'J
during this month. the eve of leavin' for home ? thorough cleanln' .. Imagine her

After the business session Mrs Better luck next! time. Bill ? ( embarrassment when during the
c. Alderman served delicious home- Freeman Register. (Jr.) report. social hour one of the youngsteis SEA FOODS

made pound cake and ice cream that Miami Is fine and' they'retreating I present (Madge Brownlee I CHICKEN DINNERS

?4A topped with strawberries him "swell : Understand thinK) Innocently asked, "Aunty
r The February meeting will be he's takl'a' 'some sort of Lord ?" ; "Yes. dear." Mrs; L. STEAKS CHOPSTEMPTING.

aeronautics 'covfrse ,. Seems repllsd "is there a spider In
held at the home of Mrs. P. M.
; ; Dot
Epperson I is goin' in lately that web overth ere in the corner -
Barefoot
A A for "high Jinks"- socks Says ?" Curtain TASTY SANDWICHES
r. ll there's nothln' like 'em for good DELICIOUS HOME MADE PIES

: Robert Ray White ole warmth Hear Sara Bare- Mnrulwra of the ratlonin' board v
foot Gloria Buford been .
Opt. and Mr* Robert White an' Georgia ay they've reliably Informed
announce the birth of a son Gilpin are among the ambitious that one local lassie, who refusedto A & A LUNCHEONETTE

: Robert Ray White, at the Station "home eckles" who are fixin' the be de-mechanized by OPA or ,

N ,. Hospital at Camp Blanding family meals as their project ,.' any other A, carries a basket of In Park Theatre Bldg. ____ __ Starke Florida
kY? e &04I Thursday night Jan. 14. Cpl. Quick Watson The Turns! eggs with her wherever she goes .
I so ;if she's
stopped she's
White U aim a patient in the simply
s Spotted an' ,Jotted Tim (U. of "on the way to market my dears"
hospital having unde r g o n e a
minor operation. F) Scott reporthV to the local ', They also know all about "
draft board.. Mina (Manama) the fellow who carries a' bunch '
Vrs. White was formerly;cashier Grady'a Xmas-gift lapel watch of turnip greens for the same 37 CHEVROLETTUDOR
at the Blanding Center branch
with more diamonds
than there purpose, and the fisherman who
of P. S. Stores Her mother Mrs.Martha .
are 'dead Nazis
In Russia loads the back end of hH car
Norris is the assistant ,The SEDAN
P. M. Barefoot, gtttln' with "
ready "lIgbter knots
so he'll
mannger there. They lire just to move back Into their old homeon have tbf excuse that he's '
outgatherln'
ONCE UPON A N
1I0NEYIIOON the
across Alligator
Creek
bridgeIn Call St.
the new ,house formerly known and, julf us,, soon .. carpenters up wood.. 1 to keep hjs

i ,..IIAITUSLUA_...w.aar.ALMT DEUEMLBUT a iso awwt BiSSQDaAN a* Al's Tavern.Fellowship way raise painters Green 'staggerin'down clear the i family But the from OPA'II freeibV catch to'em death If they. $99'

6 --4 r.w.rr ; from the observation tower! don't watch out? An' speakln'of
.S PartyMr. after beln' stranded, there, minus pleasure drlvln, don't let the t,

and lunch till mid-afternoon ,' mere fact that you have to walk ,'ij .'
HU 'MIA tRE IS RUDY TO. SlItYI yo.u WITH WAIt IONDS AND STAMPS Mr. W. H. Nollman When a rescue party in the there keep 1 "4 "'
were host to members of the of person you away from the Apply
Young Adult Fellowship of the Va. Sewelt'finally arrived, Birthday Ball nex' Friday 4 If "
EUse '
Also was so weak she could the cigarette fiend ,',
Methodist can walk a
Church
their home on W.Tuesday Madison nightat hardly walk ,.That's wlckln' mile ,for a Camel we oughta be Mr. Campbell ,
4. "MERRY MADCAPS" Comedy After an interesting bueine.a.e..ion St. to your post ole gal! '. The able to walk a few blocks to
W. R. Sewells .
& "LATEST WAR and an ,enjoyable social makln' a forced have a big time an' contributeour
NEWS"n
march
across town to their Blanding Center
bridge bit to the Bar
our, the hosts served a congealed club polio purge ,
rchick n salad course with punch Haul Monday Matthews night arrlvin'and Gene two-on-a-and: So long f. See you there Carolyn.. .







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I BITS of LOCAL NEWS "My Sister Eileen" Coming To USO-YMCA Sunday Night :"r I

Help Me Win : '


Newell Odom spent Tuesday in I Mr''i. Donald Stilley and daughter -1 I Sgt. Howard Brlggs, 0; Fort MY Victory": I

{homaavllle, Ga. I Donna, of Jacksonville are I f Bragg, N C., was the guest of .
.
George >Pappas at the Half Moon
visiting In the home of Mr. and "," ')'!'
Nt Sternberg left Monday on Lodge for two or three days last '
Mrs R C. Buford. f ,
| business! trip to New York! City week. Sgt. Briggs spent several' t'
months here with the 43rd Division i I
James Odom, recently employedas and couldn't get Starke out I N ,
J D. Cottrell la spending this :-neat-cutter at Green's stol'e.was +
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of his mind. He has b>4.'IIn the ', !
leek in Leesburg looking afteris inducted Into the Army Mon- Army 26 years. I

business Interests there. day at Camp Blanding. 4

Among those from out of town :
IK, G. Duncan is confined to his Ivin Sponholtz of the Merchant who attended the funeral of William

me on North Walnut street Marine graduating school :Sn New ) J. Johns last week were: Mr. c ;; a fit ,u f

ith an attack ,of influenza. Orleans, La., spent several days and Mrs Dave Shaw, Mrs. Allen ,

here last week with friends Thornton and daughter Mrs. Mary ',.

I. Lecln. of Bradford Photo DeVease and daughter, :Mrs. .: "

,>i op has returned from a 10-day 1 Mia. Donald McRae and baby Fronie John. and son. Mrs. Emma I'I I

tying trip in New York -City. daughter, Carol Jeanien. spent Rivers, Mr. and Mrs. Waldo ty, ",
the week-end in Jacksonville with Pringle and daughter of Auburn- 1"s I

Mrs D. E. Keen of Dothan, Mrs. McRae's mother, Mrs Drew dale; Mr. and Mrs. John H. Denmark ::1 ,

[la., was the guest of her sister, L. J. Johns, Mrs. Bertha v X "i

Ire, C. O. Cooke, last week-end. J. R. Kelly returned Mondayto Carnell and sons, W J. Lewis ",. ,
his work In the office of the and son, L. 0., of Jacksonville; ...... ,

I;Mr and Mrs. Charles Partner of Clerk of the Circuit Court after Perryman Dennison of Lake City; "My Sinter Eileen," the moat highly praised" production of (he!! Jacksonville Little Theatre season
Stores Inc. left Mon- being out with flu since Wednesday Mr. and Mrs John Brown of Lake
S. ,
e P. will be brought to the stage of the USO-YMCA Sunday night, Jan. 24, at 7 o'clock The performance
visit to New York City. Butler Mrs. Cnrrell Atkinson and
ti y fora ; In. free to service and their wives
men parent, etc. and the attendance of civilians without "Army con '
daughters of Brooker Mrs. <
; Opal nections" will be
necessarily restricted.
CRYSTAL CLKAR cleaning, Pfc. Bill McMillan has returned Johns, Mrs Billy Jones, Mr. and
Jiwl and true tailoring, at the to his station at Camp Murphy, Mrs. Johnnie B. Johns and children This sparkling comedy Is now In Its third micccHsful season on Broadway and has also been

harhe-Blamllng Tailors, opposite Fla., after spending a 12-day fur of Raiford; Mr, and Mrs. made Into a highly prultvd motion picture The Jacksonville production, which hind\ Its opening at

.irk Theatre. lough with his mother, Mrs. Eva Ceo. Rivers of Graham. -.- .- the Little Theatre there Tuesday night la said tQ be the best performance of the season 1\\'

McMillan, and sisters. "Tomorrow's America will be as! I Pictured above are three members of the "Ell Jen" cast Raymond Winstead and Commander :.'

Mrs. J. A. McIntyre, Jr., of LAWTEY strong as today' children." With 1'oyntz are the only two veteran Little Theatre actors In the production, since almost the entire

)amt spent last week here with Mr and Mrs. W. It. Mundy By F. II. Carrudlne these words of Franklin D. Roosevelt trained personnel of the company are now engaged actively in the armed forces. Marcella CUtney t\

tr parents Mr. and Mrs. W. E spent Tuesday In Jacksonville as the battle cry, the tenth succeeded her husband as director of the Littler Theatre when he was ccmmlHsloned us captain In .

riornton.Lt. where, they visited J. G. Godwin IIKLP: THE CAUSE annual for the campaign fight against to raise Infantile funds the Navy. She was a feutuied player on Broadway and in network radio for n number of years prior ; ..t't;

who recently underwent major The March of Dimes baa come Paralysis is under way. Celebrations to her present' work. :,

and) Mrs. Ralph S rew8- operation at Riverside Hospital. to Lawtey, and an honor It_Is to of every type will be held -- ----- -- --- ---,-- -- --' -- -. ---- I : :
iiry have taken an apartment ate be allowed to help such a worthy throughout the country between Suggested peanut recipes, all of J:',
home of Mr. and Mrs. H. E. M-s.!! Eldridge Smith and little cause. This is for the benefitof January 15 and 30, when thePresident's which have been tested follow: ;' f

cker. daughter, Diana, returned Sun- Infantile Paralysis. You will Birthday will mark The Lowly Peanut Goes to War f Mock Veal Cutlet. bit\ ,
the end of the
The
campaign.,
day from a visit of several weeks find a recepllcle at the store of Wash one cup of lentils and soak ;(
funds that have been raised will [ '
overnight in the morning strain 'lt
Sam Gottlieb MonIiy with Mrs. Smith's parents, Mr. O. W. Roberts and at the ; ,
Mrs spent drug then be divided. 50% to the local and parboil In fresh boiling water i tr i
and Tuesday in Trenton visit- I and Mrs. J. )0;. Toney in Shubuta store. Put every spare penny, chapters for work In the com- 1 for 30 minutes; drain again and .,

,g her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. IMlss.I nickle or dime you can spare In munity where the money was!! : cook until soft in sufficient boiling :;I
IJ'L--ijI'
Wilkerson. the box. This Is one of our dread raised and the other 50% to the : water to cover them; rub througha .'
I I :Mrs O. L. Beualey and her sis diseases and everyone should contribute National Foundation to carry on y sieve and to the puree add V cup {,I
research. The plea is nation of melted butter, 1 cup of tine graham i
ter Mrs. J. W. Kincaid, who have
Tha Rev. G. C. Powell left the to its eradication. Please wide. There is no discrimination 4 bread crumbs. 1 cup of
Irst of the week for Atlanta'Ga., been In Tampa spending awhile Rive; all you can. Receptlcles will in age race, color or creed in the strained tomatoes to which a speck ''. t.

(here he Is attending a confer-I I with their parents, Mr. and Mrs.A. be placed In other stores when Foundation's work-its hand of 3 4 y of soda has been added 1 cup of v

lice! of Methodist ministers ,at C. Durden, returned home received. mercy reaches ever1w ere.f 1 ti *I, blanched and chopped peanuts. 1 R I
tablespoon each of grated celery I
University. He will belie Sunday. William I
mory C. Wooten several
spent
and minced onions; season with 14 I
guest of his brother, who is I days here with his parents Who Wants Gold? teaspoon of mixed herbs, salt and '

minister In Decatur. Staff Sgt. A.. W. Anderson, Jr., Mr. and Mr!! W. C. Wooten returning pepper; blend all thoroughly together r\
who is stationed with the 31st to his base In Atlanta and form into cutlets: dip these w!
Division at Camp Shelby, Minn., Into egg and then In fine bread
Bill Is
Thursday. a private in the
20- x crumbs place In a well-greased i"
arrived last week to spend a Air ; 1' .I
day furlough with his parents COl"fs.L.'TEV M baking pan, and brown in quick l
around mound of
S oven; arrange a
Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Anderson. IIIPTIST 1It7KCH well seasoned mashed potatoes, and (

Now going onLawteyStarke ': serve with brown sauce ..
I
Cadet and Mrs. F, M. Williams link of Florida : 4 Peanut Muffins. :;

have been guests of Mr. and Mrs. chain of Bible conferences, Fri tt ;4' : : ',4 cupful chopped peanuts s; ,
2 beaten light :
T. S. Williams for the past 'two day, Jan. 22, Dr. Win. L. Pettin- d j. 4 %' L; yic' 14 eggs teaspoon soda very dissolved in a IIi j

weeks. Cadet Williams Is stationed gill, teacher. A truly great man JV N 1 tablespoon of water

at the Air Force Classification of God. Time, 8 P. M. Saturday, '" ?4 pint thick sour buttermilk ;\

i Center in Nashville, Tenn., Jan. 23, another meeting with x .h"' > I 4 teaspoon salt i
l'4! cupfuls flour or enough to make '
where he has'been classified as a Dr. Pettingill unless otherwise an- :W
Women are shown grading peanuts by band to remove broken and a stiff batter
Dllot. nounced. ,pill nuts, which are then used for oil. First and second grade nuts are Add soda to the sour milk; stir MiIt t
r Sunday, Jan. 24 ihlpped to confection manufacturers. well; make the batter quickly; J ,
Mrs. J. F. Rabeck is recuperat when ready to drop into the pans, ,$$4 j "
Su.iday scnooi;:, 10 A. Reg-
7 ,!ing from a recent illness during M. Peanuts are enlisted in the war ing of chicken fish. doughnuts, potato odd peanuts; bake In a quick oven '
ular 4thSunday offering for effort! chips and other foods. The from 20 to 25 minutes. .
which she week In
spent a a pri-
Baptist; Children's Home. Morn- The lowly nut that once was oil is odorless, colorless and doesn't Peanut Stuffing for Poultry8 ,
,vate hospital .In Jacksonville and Ing Worship 11 A. M., 1>1', Pet tin": The greatest search the American merely the running mate of popcorn retain food odors as does most oil. slice of stale bread l' .
'two weeks In'the Alachua County glirw final service at Lawtey. continent has ever known for vital .t the circus, today rank asan Peanut oil may be used In any recipe Vt cup melted butter
hospital Gainesville. She was important food, best of all which requires a melted shortening '
Young People's service 7 P. M. base materials Is underway In the 1 egg, well beaten I '
troubled with pain In back and MacKenzie river basin, Canada. sources of vitamin Bl and actually or liquid fat 1H teaspoons salt '
neck and terrific headaches.Mr. Regular evangelistic service, continuing Hundreds of prospectors are, searching having a higher protein content Peanut flour/ Is only now becoming V4 teaspoon pepper I :
series in Gospel of St. this area for tungsten ore and than beef. As a matter of tact In generally available In stores 1!lit teaspoons poultry seasoning '; I
EXPERT SHOE Bal'etoot'' Mark, 8 P. M. other war minerals. Photo shows equal amounts of peanuts, iteak throughout the country and Is an 1 cup chopped roasted peanuts 411 A \ '
REPAIRINGNothing and. Mrs. P. M. Wednesday: Jan. 27 prospector pointing out tungsten and eggs peanuts contain 29,8 percent excellent way of increasing the food (salted peanuts may be used if ;
and family, who several months' Prayer Meeting and Bible bearing scheellte detected with protein steak 18.0 and _MK. value of baked products cereals desired) ) .I II
But Top Quality ago leased their home on Call' nltra-Tlelet ray mlnerollght. 148. and other dishes. It is a highly medium sized onion, minced j'
the "Doctrineof
Leather Used street;, have taken It back and study "continuing Responding to the government's concentrated protein food product, H teaspoon paprika I,
II Man. call to into the containing approximately 60 Milk s
will there within the next Invest In Bonds put peanuts na per
move tion's victory program growers in cent protein and 7 per cent fat. The Break bread In small pieces and t
'TheElectric few days. Since that time they i Deeds Filed 12 southern states more than dou_ protein Is highly digestible.. Peanut toast. Pour butter, over toasted J
Shoe Shop have been residing In the L. Among the many citizens purchasing -, bled their peanut acreage this year., ,flour does not have the thickening crumbs and enough hot milk to i t,
Green home at 301 North War bonds and stamp''The result Is a harvest of 2,800 qualities of the usual flours, so maybe soften, so that it will be moist and
Across From Park Theatre Louis J. of
,
street. J'I Hopkins a widower to help win the war, and as the I 305.000 pounds of peanuts. A considerable used In larger quantities for not dry. Add seasonings, well beaten '
.. Pasadena Calif., to Rollins College safest possible Investment are Mr. portion of this will go Into thickening soups, sauces and gra egg peanut and onion. Mix t
--- --- Winter Park, Fla.. Jan 11; and Mrs. J. F. Rabeck. Having peanut oil, meal, butter and flour,_ vies, thus Increasing the protein well and If necessary moisten again l ,
NAT SEZ Thomas Speed, joined by Beatrice while the remaining will be used in value without spoiling the texture of with a little nor milk. ,r ,
based : In
previously $690
: Speed his wife and Elizabeth pure a variety of other products which the food. Peanut Cookies. '
,
bonds!, they' bought U, OO In December Include 300 different items ,
Well another hasrolled widow ranging Although they are only now cornIng 3 cup flour t' J
folks year Speed Cooper, a parties
making a total of 2150. from shaving lotion to paper andprinter's into their own as an Important 2 egg "
around and it's time for of the first part to G. W,, Ink! Among other Itemson food Item peanuts actually have 1 cup sugar t''

another ,BIrthday Ball celebration Hall and Eva, G. Hall, his wife, CHURCH DIKKOTORY. OF the list are cheese, Instant coffee been eaten ty man as far back as 1H cups around peanuts
In Starke. Maybe you are of Putnam Co., Jan. 12; sen vices pickles, shampoo lotions, linoleum 050 B. C. Later they became lost H cup butter. Ii
gonna haf to walk there thin year, Rosie widow of Frank FIRST n..PTIIIT! dyes, wood stains and axle to mankind for centuries. Bellevtrd cup sweet milk J' 1\\
Speed
H... A. 1C. LllN. on account of no gasoline for Speed, deceased, of Martin Co., a Slrrvl carried to Africa Cream butter and add i ieaae
hOr'tIn': ; This year particular stress Is being they were by early sugar;
pIcuMnre drivtng.mt what of It? G. W Hall and Eva G. Hall Church 8 : M. J.,
to Morning<< I Worship) 11.00: A. MH. laid by growers on peanut oil explorers missionaries and lat well beaten; now add the milk ;
f If you think )hat's worth a his wife, of Putnam Co., Jan 14; :T. U. T-00 P. M. as a substitute for olive oil on er brought this country by the and flour sifted with baking powder
grumble, just stop and think a Carrie Hicks Kalchreuter and Evening Worship 8.00: P. H which supplies are shortened by the slave traders. Peanuts were used ; flavor to taste with vanilla; I'
moment about thorn \lctfanx of L. R. Kalchreuter. her husband Wednesday Worship 8.00: P. MHe war. The high smoking point of as a food for the slaves on the way add the peanuts last; drop one t

Infantile paralysis l who would G. W. Hicks, Jr., single; Clarence; ......... .a..,.....f........ the oil of the peanut-450 degrees over-because they were cheap and spoonful to the bake cooky In well.Kreae4 '. ,
makes It Ideal for the deep tat fryGrace'a nourishing. pans; quickly.
give anything In the world to be Hicks single of Bradford Co.; *:..: C. Pueell; i't.: .r ::... \
ABLE WALK there! That's lao N. Ch...-.. Street ___ _.____._._ .w w.. .
to WUlafay Hicks Steele, a widowof Church Hrhonl 10:00 A. M
why you're gonna dance To Duval Co.; and Olen V. Hicks, Sunday Wornhlp': 11:00 A. M. Place Enlarged

help make their dream. come single of Bradford Co.; being five Young p W'nhlP': 00 8.00:I" HIKvnnlna P. it E. W. GIlSHon, carpenter, Is Prompt Service Careful Drivers
true. of the six heirs at law of O. W. Wednesday Worship 8:00: P. MV. .1II.
"Grace's and
enlarging hamburger
Hicks, deceased, parties of the .
JI'R K"% KPI COPtl.Itrv. hot dog Place" on the corner of
first part to Woodrow Hicks Fred Vr*.... Rests
Temple Avenue and Pratt Street, Starke Taxi ServicePhone
304 N. Chare StreetChurch
being the other heir at law of
School 10:00: A. M.Munday Just across the street from the I
,ALL OUT said G. W Hicks, deceased, Jan Wornhlp 11:00: A. M Shell station. He Is ceiling it
15 Sunday Rvcnlns; 1:30 P. M.
; Friday Jyenln"] 7:30: l>. M with 'beaver board, and adding
J. S.' Rosier and Tessle T. Holy Days; 10.00 A, M. about 5O percent to Its size 150 ..

FOR THE Rosier his wife, of Duval Co., .__rriieST I

grantors, to M. C. Rosier, Raiford, PlteisarTk'IIIAYRev. '
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(hn II. Allrm. r..r80tH Miss Whigham Leaves
160 acres Jan. 16; ''Worth CUrtwr II. I Day Night .
Addie Davis (widow of AlachuaCo. Church School 10.00 A. M
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Sunday Womhlp 11:00: A. M Mis Madge Whigham, home I ;
BIRTHDAYALL .) to J. F. Davis- of Alachua Senior Cru.Bd.. ':.00 P. M.Intermediate supervisor for Clay Bradford and : .... .... rT _
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Jan. Youth *:00 P. M !
Co., 9; Union Counties the *
Evening Worship 7:00: P. HST. with Fann 1
I Levy A, Canova and wife, MonaA. Security Ad mini S t rat Ion left I
Canova to M: B. Herlong, 8 RDWAH1 CATHOLIC FOR SAFETY COMFORT AND ECONOMY RIDE
for G I
Thursday u fport, Miss.,
,
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Rev. Tk J. JI. .. fmmtmrTempi
n.t acres, Jan. 14; "v... where she has accepted a pewit Ion
B ).(. B. Herlong and wife Early M"... 9-00: A. M.. with the War Department a* FLORIDA MOTOR LINE BUSSES '
Dlvlme S.rvtee.Sunday
I Blanche G. E. H.
to
Herlong Main *:Of) A. M. Junior ,Instructor for an air field. I
Clarkson and Thelma Crum Week Day Mass. ':0. A. M This I la a Civil Service position, FOR COURTEOUS CORRECT INFORMATION "

Clarkson his wife, Jan. 14; KI1IGII'.fIJY'! -.4KfG BAPTIST. and It Is understood that the I PLEASE PHONE> 147

P. H. Haaklna and wife Ada _Y. H. ... T111.... ...'OY transfer Vas made In Atlanta
,,., .
Starke rvlc. Every Hunday t
to F. Rabeck and
Armory Hasklns. Joseph
Ga. Miss '
flunday 1111001-10 A. M. Whigham bad beenwith '
wife Josephine 8.1. Rabeck, one- homing Wor.hlp--'II A. M. the FSA for six years. I UNION BUS STATIONLACY t :
sixth Jan. 15
acre, :; '
GOSPEL TABBRWACI.FlBl
I''
P. H. Haskins and wife. Ada .l. School" each Lords Daylht J, TRAIN 8CJIEDULESouthbound CONWAY Agent !
Hasklns to F. Rabeck and 1 P. M.lnvangettrtlo. ,
Joseph Service
Friday Night wife, Josephine, Jan. 15; tilt Btindayvrnlna No. 1 ((1oc,1)) due Starke 11:10P. : Temple Ave. Starke Florida t
Blbl. StudI'ueday, Evening: ,
I5-ln: Mleelon HaIL M. tJ
: Building Permits Children' Bible Ismnnn.& Choral No. 191 (Miami) due Starke 10:38:
work Wednesday ,J P. M. \\J JVAUGHAN'S
P. M.
Jan. 29 victory prayer Group Thursday
City Clerk Carl Johns ha* Issued I P.M. .' '.. No. 107 (local) due Starke 9:50: CASTLE LUNCH
KvanvelUtle Fridaynlcht .45.45I'
the following building permits :11.. Meeting A. M. ;,

.' durln.t the last few days: -; Northbound i

Sam Rosenberg $75 on Jan. ClfiniCHOf' CHRIVT No. 2 (local) due Starke 4:4: JI 1'

12 PIECE ALL-STAR 5 for addition and Improvementto 0.. Bb rk W_'- .' tale. B.. :.. M. Good Eats. { (,

present building housing a hot .tatle>.. No. 192 (through) due Starke ':. ,. ., I
dog stand on the N. D. WainWright BT1"8 .. ea.... Bv..rtelbtt 0:28 A. !of. 'V\ ; t './01- T/ ,

ORACHESTRASternberg's property on the cornerof MorninaWorehlB Bible Study 10-00 I 11'Or.;: A. M. No. 108 (through) due Starke AtReasonable 'III

Temple avenue and Pratt Rvenlnir Womhlp 7:30: P. M 6:30: P. M. t ,
Bible Study Wednesday 5:00,1': M. I(
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street; :, No. 44 (through, reservation Prices [
Bathe Williams J13O: on.Jan. 11 COMMUNITY GOSPEL MIHSIOT," train) due Stark. 2:51 P. M. I
<.'...*M>tlKlnOTlrr t
build addition 18x24
to feet
to Starke and Hell
... .
I "' H Mlle W .. B Gale I
the present building of Joe William &v.n..lI..Uo. $.rvl_. ...r,. Hun- No. 101 leaves Starke 7 A. M. I 201 Temple Avenue ..
lay night. 7-30.
In Reno. i. A. Brook.. Sponeor. I No. 102 arrives Stark 1:50:: P. M. .. II '1 ,

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q BICADFOKP COUNTY TKLKGKAPH. !6TARKH. FLORIDA FRIDAY JANUARY 22.-- | ..
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Mrs. Talmadge Kelly. has been very ill-pneumonia
.
BROOKER let
Florida Farmers Hear Call Gen. Eichelbergcr Inspects Native Carriers Austin ,Kelly of the Navy is ting In. Mrs. Godwin has been
Ily 1\I1'M. }1. J. JlaUln home on furlough. almost constantly at his beside

Rev. and Mrs. G. E, McGauley Miss Eva Fay Q a I a e y Of
WORKING
r LADIKSt
r" +
I
For "MORE" And PrepareTo d a" rsi FOR BED CROSS of Mel rows spent Monday herewith Brooker spent' the week-end ,8
friends. the guest of her
The ladles met at the clubhouse cousin, MI ,
and Mrs. G. B. Feagle and daughter, Pauline Brannen.Mrs. .
Deliver The Goods AgainBradford d made! kits Thursday and skirts.afternoon Friday we Jaunita, were shopping in Gainesville R. V: Reddish of Lawiey

sent to the Red Cross in Starke Saturday. has spent several days at >hr
County, Florida -' chief of Navy supplies and ac- 13 kits and 12 pairs of overalls. I G. W, Hazen and E. J. Hazen I home of Mr. and Mrs. J, Q. Cod(,
'
More! counts. Those doing Red Cross work here I made a business trip to Starke win.
That's the word Florida farmers "I have seen what nourishment are Mrs. Rosa Plnholster Miss Saturday.The Cpl. Charles Genevena wax
heard early In 1941 as the Lend- means to our fighting Marines in Lubedla PinhoU ter, Mrs. Ethel many friends of Bill Sunday dinner guest of Mr und s

lease program got into swing, and the Solomons, and I tell you that Russ, Mrs. Vance Russ, Mrs. G. Nichols are glad to see him out :lira. J. A. Uouvler.

they came through with more guns and bullets and fighting B. Colson, Mrs., B.. F. Hazen. Mrs.J. again. Sgt.: Curtis Malone has been
food crops; they heard It given hard are no more important than Mrs. L. L. Waters of Alachua
K. Douglas Mrs. L. A. Brown, I transferred from Parris Island
special emphasis early In 1942 as proper food Food was not spent Saturday afternoon with to
but i r Mrs W. O. Rimes, Mrs. Eugene I Le Jeunel Field_ New' River, N. c
In Guadalcanal
the United States went to war, abundant '' Mrs. Jim Mott.
< t Mrs. Coon
to Long, Mry. Pitt Baxter,
and they produced the biggest there was enough at all times Mrs.' Elder Rawlu of High Springs
Tyler, Mrs. G. W. Hazen, GRAHAM
4t food crop in the history of the thanks to you folks on the farm. Mrs. Beulah Har- spent awhile Saturday with Mr.
54+1 Thelma Crosby
state; and now, early in 1943/ as --Col. William C. James, former rell, Mrs. Mildred Harrell, Mrs. and Mrs. G. W. Hazen. Ily Mm. Eva StricklandPvt.
Its allies chief of staff to Gen. Vandergrift, J. K.
z; the United States and Mr. and Mrs. Douglas
Guy Harrell, Mrs. Florence Varn- John C. Willis of Ft. Myers
concentrate on the often give Marine commander In the Solo- I made a business trtp to Alachua
i adoe, Mrs. J. W.. Thomas and the was home on a 3-day leave last
their foes hear !it mona last
against they Wednesday.
I supervisor, Mn. T..W. Markey. week. His wife and son. returned
with greater emphasis than ever "Before, they left North Africa, ,.. ,H ,k *, Anyone Interested in doing Red Billie and Stanley Crosby at- with him.
before and getting readyto Nazis the country tended the show in Starke Satur-
they're the stripped Croso work please meet with us Mr. and Mrs. Norman Thomas
outdo the efforts of 1942. bare of food, clothing, and everything t day night.
.
t63k', n at 'the club house each Thursday and children of Brooker visited
Farm Mobilization Day observed could move The
they
I. 'i. afternoon at 2 o'clock.Mr. W. M. Thomas Sunday.Mr. .
recently throughout the Nation, American troops brought some .. 91,4 N d d 4K R'.4 FLA. STATE FARM and Mrs. J> P. Roberta and
was the beginning of a campaign food and more was on the way and Mrs. W. S. Jackson of By E. R. Uoiivler' son of Brooker 'spent Sunday aft

for elgnlng up all Florida farmersto with the result that you can see Gen. Robert Elehelberger. commander of the American forces on Gainesville were visiting Mrs. ernoon with Mr. and Mrs. C B
do their part in the big pro- hope once again In the eyes of the Buns front In New Guinea Is shown as be Inspected a group of native Mary Thomaa.over the week-end. CIRCLE MEETING Roberts. ,
duction job for 1943. As in other I men women, and children carriers who aid the American soldiers In transporting supplies. His Mr. and Mrs. Rudolph Andrewsof Circle One of the Starke Bap- Miss Mildred Thomas
states, the state and county., Thus I saw the products of men bave remonstrated with him for the risks he takes In going right New River were visiting T C. tist Church' met Monday afternoon entei-
Boards 'and County American farms as an e llt'ntialweapon np to the firing line where he nsesi a tommy gun to pick off Jap snipers. Hazen Saturday. with Mrs. Annie M. Rich- talned the 'youngfolks with a
USDA War Elchelberger was commandant the V. 8. Military academy at West birthday party Saturday night
of the signup of war.-Milton Eisenhower arde. Eleven members and three
; Agents are In charge Point. Miss Geneva Parrlsh of Jacksonville and received many useful gifts,
camps!gn. associate director Officeof has been visiting her par- visitors, Mrs. Llghtfoot Sr. and I Corp. Jewett Fogg of Camp
Despite the big crops they produced War Information."In Enemy Tank Facing Allies in, Tunisia ents and sister, Mrs. G. A. Gay. I Jr., and Mrs. ,L. A. Shepherdwere Blandlng Is spending a '10-day
1942 Florida farmers the name of the people of present. As it was the first
In
Mro. Navada Palmer attended I furlough with his mother, Mrs
f striking evidence of the need China, I wish to thank you -. circle meeting of the new year,
have -.7: : services at the Baptist ChurchIn Millie ,Fogg.IlIletllOdist'.
8.4i '!
bit of food they can American farmers for the help much routine business was attended
for every Starke
Sunday.
1 help win the war. On you have given us."-Representative to. Mrs. Rlcharde,, assisted -
Farm produce Mobilization to Day those who of Generalissimo Chiang Kai- ::: R Mr. and Mrs. Grady Baxter of by Mrs. H. M. Rlcharde, seved ChurchDr.
radio Baldwin were visiting Mrs. R. P. their ice and cake. '
the World-Wide Shek. guests cream Estornelle.
listened to C. well-know
these statements: "In spite of handicaps under Lewis who was sick. I
heard
broadcast psychiatrist and field director of
and achievement which American farmers worked ,. Little Ronald Gainey has been 1. Preaching services were held
"The devotion the American Red Cross at Camp
farmers last the victory sick for several days but seems Sunday night at the CommunityHouse.
of production
our year
and determination Chaplain L. A.. Shepherd Blandlng, will fill the puplt at the
were wonderful last year they won was among" the major to be improving. I conducted the service Methodist Church Sunday morning .
This year, the men on the battle- vlctorleo of the United Nations in Miss Lubedla Plnholster, Mrs. during the absence of the
lines are depending even more on 1942. As never before, the Lula Mae Baxter and Mrs. Royce. J. L Robinson left Monday on pan tor. Dr. Eatornefle has. spoken
American farmers.-Secretary of entire Nation is looking to Its Galney i and children were In.1 a business trip to Miami before civic bodies here on several

Agriculture Claude R. Wlckard. farmers."-Message from Presi- Gainesville Monday. I Cpl. Coy Mitchell was a week- occasions and his talks have always
.. "The 1943 production goals for dent Roosevelt presented by Mrs. Loca Waters rpent last end guest of Mr. and Mrs. J. M. brought forth much favorable

farmers of the United States are James F. Byrnes, director of eco- ir week In LaCrosse with her daughter Moncrief.Mr. comment. Those who have

tremendous but with your genius nomic stabilization. who Is sick. and Mrs. J. O. Randall are I I heard him speak or have heard
and energy, you will meet them Form Sign-Up Uogiim Mr. and Mrs. O. C. Kelly spent at home again after several daysIn about his speeches will eagerly

Because of the help that you Every farmer In this county .t5+ "J Monday in Gainesville on business. Jacksonville. Mr. Randall has await his appearance at the
have given us, we In England have County Agent L. T. Dyer' says, .. ".,A"!irt'j><' ")' not yet ,been able to return to his church Sunday.

not failed, you will not fall.- will be asked "to sign-up a,farm !:f j 7 7"J.: ... Mr. and Mrs:, Wheeler of Loyd work.Mrs. Chaplain J. R. Richardson of
lord Woolton, British food ad- plan, listing his crops and setting spent last week-end with Mrs.iRosa e'' Curtis Malone spent the Camp Blandlng will preach at
ministrator."The his goals for 1943. This sign-up A heavy German tank rolls through the streets of Tanis, according to Pinholstei, week with her parents Mr. and 'the evening service and a cordial
food that you have sent will begin on February :\ at his caption which accompanied this picture, which was received via neutral Mrs. Hall in Starkeon Mra W. E. Malone.
small Portugal. This monster with Its long snouted fan Is part of the Axis force Rubylea was I I invitation I It* extended to all mem
to Russia has played no office. 1 facing American. British and Free French In the North African fighting.Regulations business Saturday.John I Mrs. T. E. Andrews of Tallahassee bers 'and fr'enda of the Churchto
part In making it possible for 1 I Here are the goa.\a\ as set for I Plnholater spent last Tues- I is visiting at the home of hear these men.

Soviet troops to destroy Nazis by Bradford County: Corn, 10,000 the corresponding period In 1941. day in Jacksonville on business. her iephew and niece, Mr. and
the hundred thousands and drive I. acres; peanuts, 1,520 acres solidor "3. Slaughter for Home Use. Miss Lubedla Plnholster and Mrs. J. L. Williams. I I Office Supplies. Bradford

them back." Maxim LJlvlnoff, twice the acreage if Interplanted On Slaughtering There Is no restriction on farm Mrs. Rubylea Hall and son were School friends will regret to County Telegraph.
Russian Abbaaeador to the United ; vegetable crops, 930 acres; slaughter for home use. How in Alachua on Saturday. hear that Mary Jo Caldwell and

States. sweet potatoes, 300) acres; Irish ExplainedThere ever, farmers are urged to con- Mrt Janet Robertson spent the Betty Jean Robinson' are ill. I I AT FIRST .
a "You produce; we'll deliver. On potatoes, 150 acres: When all serve home-slaughtered meat week-end at home with her par- Mr. and Mrs. M., D. Young and SIGN OF A
deal of, I I
behalf of the entire fleet I wishto farmers have signed up for their has been a good carefully. If any homeslaughtered ents In Florahome. Mrs. T. T. Fillayaw spent Sun-

say that your success will be Individual goals, the totals should misunderstanding rel a 11 v e tot( meat leaves the farm for de- Mrs. Eva Garnto spent the day at Lake Butler visiting' Ira q666

our success-our country's success. at leapt equal these figures, Mr. slaughter restrictions. County livery to other persons, the farmer : week-end In WIlliston. Young and family. ,

."-Admiral William B. Young Dyer'says.. Agent L. T. Dyer states, and, Immediately becomes subject Mrs. Alice Thomas has gone to I J. G. Godwin, we are glad to .
quoted herewith Is Informationirom to non-quota slaughter regulu Valdosta, Ga.. to visit her son- report !is today Improving since
GUM BRANCH of Lawtey are visiting Mr. and Fred S. Wallace, assistantto tions. in-law and daughter, Pvt. and the operation last Thursday. He 666 TABLETS.SALVE NOSE DROPS

'18, By Mrs. T. N. Nonnan Mrs. T. W. Overstreet this week. the Secretary of Agriculturewhich "The Government regulation' .
The Union Primitive Baptist will Blear up many *ques- affect only -( "controlled meat":
Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Keene oft Church promises a fine meetingthis tions for farmers.' and local which means a,the ,dressed carcasses s I

Key West are visiting their parents week-end with dinner servedat slaughterers: of 'cattle, calves, sheep,
t Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Over- the church. They have decided "The U. S. meat supply is the lambs,,I and hoga. Both quotas 5'QP .

street and Mr. and Mrs. C. L. to serve dinner at the largest In history but It Is not 1 a u gbterers and non-quota 7htl :
Of Hilllard. R. C. !la 2nd class sea- church every third Sunday. Every- big enough to supply full civilian slaughterers may deliver unlimited !

man and Is stationed at Key West. body welcome.T. desires in addition to military I quantities of meat to the Gov-

Mr. and Mrs. T. N. Norman W. Overstreet: has received and United Nations requirements, ernment for military and Lend-

and son, Gerald, and Mr. and Mrs. word that bill son, Sgt. T. R. which must be filled at any coat\Lease requirements If it is Gov-
B. 8. Sapp and son, Rudolph, were In winning the war. Regulationof ernment-Inspected meat. Slaugh.
visiting Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Mc- Overstreet is to soon go across. the meat supply la a vital' erers not Federally Inspected arelimited .You

Rae Sunday at Pine Level. We wish him luck and hope that wartime necessity."Nationwide to their:; quota and storage can

Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Overstreet 'he will get his share of Jape meat rationing will for delivery under this quotaIn .

made a buslne'trip to Jacksonville not begin until after the 1st of the a later period. Both quota it time
CARD OF THANKS
last Wednesday.We year. Distribution of meat today I:and non-quota slaughterers must spot every .>n
are glad to report that Mrs. We wish to thank our ,many is being controlled only through I keep records 'of all animals
Tom Moore Is very much Improved friends and relatives, also the regulations on the amount of slaughtered''' for other than home knowing what all the shooting is about plus all

after being confined to doctors, who were so kind and civilian sales by slaughterers. It use. ITS t
her bed for some time. helpful during the sickness and I Is realized that marketing and I I "Every War Board should make is to know about 'chutlng that gives the para d >...

Pvt. J. D. Carter, who spent a death of our loved one. We especially distribution of meat under this sure there Is ,'f u II familiaritywith trooper his extra, skillful something. e ,
few days with .his father last thank Geo. P. Parrish system has not been entirely the Hear Restriction Order, ?

'week, returned to Camp Claiborne -I for 'the assistance he rendered satisfactory. It is expected that [especially >among farmers, butchers It's knowing how to quench your thirst plu how to r//
La., last Thursday. May God bless each one.-The many of the present problems and other non-quota slaught-
r Mru./ V. H. Keene and little son,I family of William 3. Johns. will be eased under general meat erers.. If sac {'quotas are ex give. you the fine feeling refreshment that has made i

-" ..-- ., .. ..... n -'" ....- Qr rationing. \ .I ceeded it and will endanger our war ice.cotdCoca-Cola: the beet diked soft drink on earth. Gs.
-- program make
"Meanwhile, it Is necessary such offenders + 'i
t .
a,4f6.f
FUNERAL DIRECTOR that every producer of livestockand I! subject to heavy penalties. Al Quality I Is the extra something. You'll taste it and

My Many Year Experience Make It Possible for Me to Render every slaughterer be familiar persons concerned should understand -
EFFICIENT, PROMPT and COURTEOUS SERVICE with Government livestock regulations what the Order is, why we feel it and enjoy It every time you tip up a frosty

MODERATE PRICES and comply) to the fullest I I must have It, and what happens bottle of Coke.Fiftyseven .
extent. There has been some to our war program when it ia
DeWITT C. JONES misunderstanding about theRe violated.
Starke, Florida years of skill working with the choicest _
regulations, aa set forth in the
"Unfortunately, more meat i Is to
0--- Office of Price Administration's I moving into civilian channels than of ingredients creates its goodness. So, call x. 1

0.' &. w ..-- T Meat Restriction Order. Follow- can be spared from military and
---
_ ing Is a simple explanation of I United Nation requirements, with for ice-cold Coca-Cola by Its full name or byeverybody's
DR. LEMUEL COLSON DENTIST the three types bf slaughter, and much: of it coming from the non- "
I I I affectionate abbreviation Coke. :
regulations and obligations coverIng quota slaughterers. Civilians
129 East Call StreetHours'9 V'I"I-I who )'
t each: consume more than th Ir share of That's treating yourself. right.'
"1. (Quota) Slaughterers A meat, or slaughterers who supply
P..M. Evenings By A C e e
A. M. to 7 person or organ izatlon In a markets with excess quantities

:. %: slaughterer who (a) during the' of meat, help"contribute to a It's natural for popular names to acquire friendly
first nine months of 1942 slaughtered virtual "black market '
abbreviation That's why hear Coca-Cola
e'
FISHING-; more than 1 1-2 million "Many packers failed to unread you
WHY GO pounds or: toe controlled meat." I i i their civilian allotments properly! called Coke.Coca-Cola: and Coke mean the samething.thealthj"comingfremasingle

or (b) slaughtered any calendar over the October November December !!! tSd

GO TO NEWSOME'S MARKET" quarter more than COO.OOO" ,poundsof ( period and entered' the source, and well known to the community".
."controlled meats. These I i December month with little or no
Fish etc. slaughterers, during the first meat left for civilian delivery. To .
Fresh Water and Salt Water Shrimp, .
quarter of 1043 may deliver Into I relieve this situation for the last "
i s Live and Dressed Poultry, Fruits and Vegetables civilian channels only 70 percent half of December, packers are beIng ANTEEN

v of the beef, pork, or veal and only permitted to borrow on..thelr
73 percent of the lamb and mutton -i I.January, February March quota
NEWSOME'S MARKET that they delivered in the' and the remainder of the quota _
first quarter of 1941. These'I for the first quarter of 1942 is r' r4

quotas, announced December 17,j i being allocated by months to .
Next Door To New Method Cleaners On Temple Ave. pre- .
1942. represent reduction from I,'vent a recurrence of the present -
the quotas for October. Novem- situation. :: i ia

.. -"- ... ..,_ _u ber, and December of 75 percentfor I .
r pork 05 percent for lamb and WOODLAWNBy -
We Do Superior Work- mutton and 100 percent for veal. ,
Alice Grovea
"2. Non-Quota Slaughterers... A e :

person or organization is a non Ovid Denmark of New York ..>fr':. ;,
For Better Cleaning quota slaughterer who slaughteredand was visiting his brother Roy Den- .-:- i
delivered less than 1 1-2 mil mark, last week. :-- ,

lion pounds of beef veal Iamb Mr. and Mrs. Bt> N. Wester of ;
TRY TilE and pork in the first nine months Jacksonville were visiting their Ask any fighting man. Hell tell you thatIcecoU

of 1911, and who now slaughtersand mother Mrs. Chess Padgett, last Coca-Cola at a canteen add. a special era,
NEW METHOD CLEANERSMr. delivers less than 000.000 week. touch to morale. And It adds refreshment .
pounds of these meats in any :. Mr. and Mrs. AncU Thompson everywhere you get It.
and Mrs E. O. Edwards, Owners calendar quarter. Non-quota of .? Tampa spent the week-end
slaughterers cannot deliver for here with friends and relatives. The best Is always the better buy IOTTUO
SIS Temple Phone
Your
Patronage
civilian used during a current Mr. and Mrs Griff Phillips of

Avenue Appreciated 133 period any more beef, pork, lambor Lawtey were visiting Mr. and $ UNDII AUTHOflty O. THI COCA-COIA COMPANY
..-_ .. _. .. TO --..., -.-- r 0 mutton than they did during Mr*. Buddy Norman Sunday ST

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Treasury department estimates t
WHAT IS PROPAGANDA that the national Income during I
1943 will go up to 130 billion ,;
dollars although the total value of ''tI
Children, as well as older people were Jittery In spirit and nerves. '' all available
will
consumer goods
are very much bewildered by the And then, having won the war of be 77 billion. Thus they figure that a tit I;
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word "propaganda." We are told on nerves. Hitler's actual troops at
there will ,
be an exce* Inflationary
1 or
1r all side to beware of enemy propaganda long last struck! The stories used income of 53 billion which

not to fall for rumors plant to illustrate this technique are as must be forced into savings or into t
; lv ed by Axis agents, and not to be- vivid as any that can be found in taxes ,
9 come dupes for the half-truths and I the best chiller-diner detective fir
A deliberate lies they are spreading.But tion. You don't need to be afraid It I. expected however!' that before
"Divide and is dull the year Is out legislation will
that Conquer"
what specifically I la "propa have been put through for the government ..
ganda" and how can we avoid being going. ; { r d w
to collect a sizable portionof i
; fooled by it? That's somethingwe We know that Hitler's propaganda this excess The present tax pro-
all ought to know and want to strategy follows no set pat-
will
gram probably bring! In close
tern. That is. it use many,
may
II know. Children frequently ask us to 30 billion and efforts will be madeto
slurs
Cf\\; to explain it ail to them in terms many devices, rumors put through as much as 16 million "
I against our government or our Allies
( to they tell can them understand.? What are we whispers that democracy is New additional taxes in will taxes probably during the be year.put

dying attempts to arouse religious
Luckily, this knotty question has friction false accounts of our military through on. a pay.as.youbaals ) tr
and it seems likely that the 1942 p..i
been answered for us by a very '
!oases. and so' on, but the main .
compact and excitingly written lit- purpose is always the same-to destroy taxes will also be shifted to a payasyougo /

tle pamphlet published by the Office our national unity. As "11i- plan on 1943 income.

0 of Facts and Figures In Wash vide end Conquer",puts it, the ene-, Although there Is nothing definiteyet
I\ J ington. I suggest that you send fora my strives "to create unrest in all on the 1943 tax plan the Presi

r\rI \ copy of this. It is called "Divide groups of the population and deflect dent's budget requests plus the recommendations 'tn'M9' ,
and Conquer." (A short film, which us from our major purposethe and opinions of t "re 1 9 j

Is ;you may have seen, has also been defeat of the Axis. Hitler Is memberseof the senate and house ,

made on this subject.) If your children trying to set capital against labor finance committees 'indicate that "
//I belong to the older high school white against Negro Catholic the tax program for 1D43 will be -
y group, they can easily understand Christian something like this: On March 15 '
against Protestant '
Budget That !Meat Serve Delicious Stews '4'
has If we will all be required to the ,
what the pamphlet to say. pay
against Jew. He knows that preju- 1
J Jb Jt first Installment of our tax on 1942 (See Below) t
they are younger perhaps ;you can dice, in any form, plays his game" Recipes ;
read it and translate it into simpler You will be interested in the Income; the taxes for the other "
three quarters will be dropped or ""f
terms for them. cited of the '
examples way l'
many Stretch That Meat! .
until after the and
postponed war a This Week's Menu
and those who have #H.
t "Divide and Conquer" begins by Hitler's agents tax on Income for the
explaining how the Nazis penetrated been fooled by them have used lay-as-you-go ''',
lost nine months of 1943 will be :
this trick to undermine our national of homemakers Beef and Kidney Stew -i'I'
the minds of the European peoples substituted; the Victory tux will be Today most you

filling them with doubt con- unity. Your children are eager to Increased to 10 per cent, also to be find the meat situation actually test Waldorf Salad Rye Bread-Butter 1

fusion, and hatred for their own play their part in the defense of paid on a pay-as-you-go basis, but ing your mettle.In "
Orange Tapioca
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countrymen.. They played on religious America's home front. This graphic the additional 5 per cent will counts your trips to '
prejudice and moral bigotry. pamphlet will help to put themon ",{ Honey Brownies Beverage
I savings and will be returned after the butcher's you !
1 -S They tried terror. They used a their guard against the countr'a the war: the Victory tax will &&I- find manycuts Recipe Given '
may yr
ReO ;
system of alternately inspiring hope worst enemies, our own human be expanded to cover the gross of meat ,
and fear until the people of Europe fears and weaknesses. ncome of businesses of all kinds. you "
The faraway bny, acknowledging birthday gift, said that not only h.him"lf haven't used often Liver Loaf.

but every one of his pub liked to .linen to the home recorded record, Although suggestions there now are Innumerabletax before the :-.I'') in the past, (Serves 8 la II) I' J I"

mar and over again." t and Ices and less I pound of beef liver
house and senate committees, the ,
above are the proposals which seemto ol the cuts you 1 onion, chopped ',

By KATHLEEN NORRIS LITTLd!T/7/A'CS I HcMSE FASll1ONPATRICIA S 1 be getting the greatest attentionat know how to use and that your family !34 pound pork sausage I "

you write to the this time. has eaten rarely. But those are I cup dry. bread crumbs f'

WHEN fJoy love 4 frequently quoted definition It Is also possible that legislation the meats available for your menus, 1 teaspoon Worcestershire sauce

you of morale is that it is "a will be passed to legalize the sale and thus I'm going to give you some 1 tablespoon lemon juice ft'

feel that the let- lot of little thing" So is a HOME 3t post-war which priority purchase certificates first aid in preparing them. 1 teaspoon salt a ,

ter need necessarily be long. food letter, and good. letter first claim would on the give automobiles purchasers Fortunately, the cheaper cuts ol H teaspoon pepper l t.9! :

Write regularly and briefly. If from home goes a long way and other products- which they meat, along with liver and kidneys 1 teaspoon celery salt I' '

he is on foreign service send toward helping morale. Kathleen ty eD: will want delivered to them after and the other entrails not Includedin 2 beaten eggs M

the letter by "V-mail whichis Norris tells of the disappointed Dower the war. This would amount to payIng ; the meat rationing program areas Ji cup liver or chicken stock 1.

Installments now on goods rich In proteins and minerals as Cover liver with hot water and aim.ner .
to say by air. Don't let your private who asked his Author of SUtet M tTe' Kitchen which we know we will want as their better known relatives Cooked
/ 5 minutes. Drain liquid to use \
mail-sergeant to run through the ends. The
soon as war plan
boy feel himself forgotten., correctly they can become as pop.
mail has been endorsed by Leon Hender for stock i Force liver' and onion t
the pile of just once
These letters to boys Nearly every mall brings the ular. through food chopper. Add remain-
our the that the son and Is known to be getting a
in
more hope expected spring seed catalogues with their '
"Extend the meat" should become ing Ingredients. Form into a lost' ina
are not too easy to write. On letter was there afterall. vivid pictures of perfect flowers and .vorable reaction from both eon-
gressmen and manufacturers. the motto of every family for the pan and bake in a moderate oven
luscious It to
we'don't want themto vegetables. pays so
one side Then he walked away through the catalogues very thor This and many other post-war duration. The way to do It la to (350 degrees) 45 minutes. Serve

think we are ,lonely and saying, "Gee that's funny" It oughly because the nurserymentake ; plans are now getting Increased Include unratloned cuts plentifully with broiled bacon or tomato ..Jices.It .

gloomy and on the other, noth- is funny, too; funny that tee great pains to make their consideration because of the President's through the menus, use cereals and desired. I
statement that the might
is to those faraway don't take time write lists complete and helpful war meat extenders such oatmeal and
ing so desolating more to possibly end in 1944. In making that as Bice With Pork Liver
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from home as to believe that when a letter from home First of all consider your limitations d(. statement the President said that bread crumbs on rationed cuts, and 48ervea' II)

they' aren't loved and missed. It Is : means so much to our boys. and needs. The soil, drainageand ___ he wasn't making any predictions, substitute fowl .and cheese In the 1U! pounds pork liver diced

for you to be ingenious enough to exposure are important factorsin but it was widely Interpreted here menu for steaks and chops as oftenas 4 strip bacon
the growth of all plants. a. meaning that the President }
steer a path between these pitfalls.Many expects possible. 94" cup rice
We will undoubtedly give more the war to end in 1944 and. Islar.nlng
Nothing lifts the heart like the 3
told tablespoon chopped parsley
Veal ,
father kidneys combine with beef
years ago my
garden to vegetables this the with this
> war
space
program
right of letter and nothing I 3 diced 1't.'.
me that when writing to a regular sort year but In those shaded spots goal; in view. In this e.peclally'dellllhlfuJ and nutritious or carrot

correspondent it was a good idea to creates such a permanent ache of where vegetables can't grow we l The Office of Price Admlnlstra- stew-and stretch that beef I I sliced onions

mention time and place. I still find discomfort as the wrong sort. Evenat can enjoy a few flowers that will 1 tlon her is being flooded with mail to serve eight people. It's a color Fry the liver with the bacon until ,

it helps a letter. You give him the home here in our protected Lives, do' well in shade. from eastern states Inquiring about ful main dish with bright carrots brown then add rice which has ;

whole picture. Tell him that "it is we all know the little prick we carry As to the vegetables, here I thinkit just what Is and isn't legal under the and button mushrooms: been soaked in : I

Just before dinner; Dad is giving about with us all morning when we pays to consider your family's new "no pleasure driving" ruling : water for a half ;
block and have heard from poor Carrie, who taste. There's not much point in ? which Is now in force in 17 eastern Beef and Kidney Stew. *.* hour. Cover withi'
Bingo a wajk around the states. Officials of OPA J i ,
say
Sis Is setting the table. I cut a lot says that Mama is very blue. The spending time and work and wasting they are receiving few complaints (Serves 6 to 8)) hot water or i
room for vegetables if they
beef and coffee shortages are something
of gold and bronze chrysanthemumstoday won't be eaten. about the drastic curb on automobile I veal kidney chicken stock add 'I

and with the Are and the awful; George wasn/t accepted and In this connection it seems to me driving, but the people in the 1 pound beef, cot In strips ) parsley, carrots, ; I
because of his deafness the t "
last definite informa-
want
more j
lamps they inake the room look onion salt and :
(
also to
that it's to the family
weather has been something awful. up ion on Just what they can andan't .1 cup sliced carrots '
I;
blue to taste. Simmer i
lovely. I'm wearing my old eat, without comment, the vegetables I pepper slowly until
letter do and want to know how the
And'on the other hand a "
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jersey, but Sis is going to the movies the gardener raises and accept ruling is going to be enforced. 1 cup sliced onion tender about 40 minutes. "

with Roger-who may be called any with cheerful new In it. a letter the circumstances that put Series of question and,answer* are 1 cup cubed potatoes Oatmeal i I. an excellent source of i i. I'
and there full of
day now by the way-and looks with a laugh here green beans rather than new' peason I being released by the OPA to clarify 1 cup sliced or button musbreoms the B vitamin. and proteins and I ,I I
affection and confidence and courage the table.
lovely inher black velvet I can the situation most of the answers I tablespoons Worcestershire therefore make an excellent meat j t
smell cornbread baking and hear I ,, will buoy one for days, even If you have a very small pure being based on the original test rule sauce extender Her It's used to make ,:
it thousands of miles for vegetables it's that "11 I tablespoon salt
the though comes apparent i it's fun. It's out.
Watsons' baby rebelling against I that meat go furthers) ; 1
bed 'usual. That sort of from across the world from a writer you can't have those vegetablesthat Because of the tremendous job 8 tablespoon chopped parsley '
time a. one may not hope to see for a long, give a comparatively small which OPA I I. tackling for 1943-by Meat Loaf .
thing takes him back home. long time. return for the space they use. A far the biggest Job being the operation Remove skin and fat from kidneys (Serves, II) } ,

What' Not t* Write. mind running through short row of beans will yteld many of the point system for the purchase ; soak in cold salted water 154! pounds of beef sr beef and i i
"D'you
On the other. hand,,what does he those D'f again" a young soldier rror meals than the same spaceof I of food-It Is expected that for 1 hour; cover pork combined li',: '
pens Beets, too. furnish a good congress will allow OPA a much
get from pages and pages of stuff said in my hearing years ago. We supply of food because the ,"thin- larger appropriation this year than with cold water; '= !!4 cup onion minced ".

like this? "Well. J suppose you are were standing in the, camp post ilnRn" make splendid greens before It did in 1942. With its present bring slowly to '1 I cup oatmeal ;

si rely. having,an Interesting time, office and be was watching the mail- the roots are big enough to funds it Is clearly Impossible for boiling poInt 1)4) teaspoon sail j

it is all but winter here, we listenedto sergeant going through a bunch of OPA to do even a half-way Job of Drain; cut Into d U teaspoon pepper ( 'I' '.

the :President' speech and sincerely letters. The man shook his head; use.Lettuce has a definite place In a enforcement of its regulations andIt small pieces. Roll !/t cap catsup '

hope this dreadful war will nothing for Private, Davis. small garden. Radishes and tomatoes is feared that black markets will beef strips In 1 egg beaten ,.\
be in a small develop on a huge scale unless adequate flour; brown In 1 water
can grown I
soon be over. Winter Is upon us; Little Niece Had Right Idea. cup i
space. You can even use lettuce funds are provided. hot fa t. Add 4 1 poultry. seasoning
teaspoon
you wHI probably have no snow "Gee, that's funny" the boy mute and radishes as edgings for flower Although It is agreed that the new cups stock from kidneys and cook

where you are. as climatic condi- tered going away with a Jit tie droop beds. Tomatoes can be staked up I =' congress will put the war program 30 Add Combine all ingredients and blend
tions differ. There is no new., town ing of his khaki-clad shoulders. He beside your choicest perennials and tr first In all of Its considerations, there minutes. kidneys, vegetables well together. Pack Into a loaf pan-
and salt Cook 30 mln-
as dull as ever. everything is Just was right here in America; his people with good effect, too. are expected to be bitter fightson sauce Bake In a moderate oven (390 degrees J
Add Thicken If de-
all subjects of a domestic nature, utes. parsley.
the work with ) about 45 to 50 minutes. Serve
t to
same am going at, home knew where he was. No' matter how small your garden which will Include the sired. I .
j jI probably
the Red Cross: a* usual tomorrow. Another man showed me more than plot mark out straight rows. I IK. OPA appropriation. There I I. no with the following sauce: p

Make yW letter 'a little home once-showed all of us more than Two sharp pointed sticks and a doubt that the strong Republicangroup Have you done much with liver? t tablespoon butterS

magazine. Watch, the papers for once the letter written by his 12- length of cord as long a* you wantto doe not intend to let the 78th Then you know It Is a dish of distinction tablespoon brawn sugar ,

items that concern the friends beloved year-old niece. Kate hadn't .forgotten make the rows will serve as a Triple Tiereu congress be a rubber stamp for the worthy of being served even onspecial }{ teaspoon dry mustard

or the sports that Interested him, anyway Kate had Included hoe guide.band Use to the make rounded a shallow) end of drill the Patten N*, 28*...Look right this President The new house of representatives occasions: H cup catsup "

him, and paste the actual clippings, two snapshots of his Airedale and following the tautly stretched war for the latest star in the Junior gives M'members the Democrats and a J 1 teaspoon Worcestershire sauce '
by only
which interesting him that she was U fashion heaven*-the triple tiered majority Melt butter In skillet add remainIng -
are much more had informed cord to keep Jt straight you of those listed as Democrats I
swish it Is this many .
sKlrtl
Plenty too on
than your mere quotations of them. learning to cook. She would make need a deeper bed for seeds, use lively dirndl frock with its are not of the New Deal variety. Ingredients heat through and
young
In the letter. If there Is a good Illustrated an ice-box cake for him as soon as the hoe itself to make a shallow super-smooth long torso top! This They know that they have the powerto'defeat Lynn Says pour over meat loaf when baked. "i, i

Joke, or a picture in one he came home. "Kate's the only one trench. ABe I.I a prize design for velveteen with administration sponsored Some time ago shortening was unintentionally ( i I I'

of the Illustrated weeklies that is who's written" he said. sure to,"firm" the soil over lace trim or checked taffeta with measures and will use that poweron The Score Cards Citrus fruits, omitted In the list of in- >
y
the seeds after they are sown. Even all legislation which they disapprove '
those in, of an IB-year-old soldier ribbon. the
striking mother for cookie.
or amusing, put The gradients following
Hubbard ;
apples, squash or scorn
that barely covered which does directly affect
tiny seeds are and not It
Pattern No. 8289 Is designed for
sent him a box this Christmaswith Here Is the corrected recipe: : ,
too.One must be packed In the soiL The the war program. squash offer bargains during the :
and cookies Size 11, 13, 19. .17, 10. Size 13, f'
mother In our town takes the the usual cigarettes flat side of the hoe does this work short sleeves, takes 3V4 yards 39- cool crisp months. Include themIn Oatmeal Drop I ,f

32 page of the Sunday comic section razor from Dad, fountain pen !from quickly. and easily and excludes air Inch material 9 yards trimming. NOT.m OK APPI.If ATI0N' on your menus. .8 cup 3-mtonte oats i :
week and binds them Mother. In this box she put 12 small pockets. !
every i rOil TAX: IIKKIIraato What to do about those recipes tt cup shortening
with gummed paper ,so that they Inexpensive gifts so that Tom, if he Straight rows sire the sign and <* mil NO. io.i calling: for whipped cream? You 1 cup corn syrup I 1\\ \

have some body, and malls them to asked a' few pals in for a little symbol of a good gardener and Nan.. NOTICE HEREBY fllVKN.: That can use a little of the cream off 54 cup flour tv

an adopted soldier In Alaska. Grown Christmas celebration would havesomething make weeding and cultivating ea'Y'1 R. }f. Or..,, Jr, and LuclHo E the top of the bottle if you chill 1 teaspoon soda dissolved In a
holder of Tax Certificate
persons follow comics with avid enjoyment __ to give them as souvenir Addr.ee Green 4 tablespoon boiling water t
it well for and chill
day so
a or ,
She rememberedthat No. SO, (untied the 7th.. day 01Au.uet
: man In the family of the occasion. 14 teaspoon nutmeg i iI
every
the bowl which you use for whipping
A. D. 1839, has filed
has his favorite series, and the sol a boy of 18 hasn't outgrown all iv cincriT ('OIHT. I4iltDPONDCoONTY. same chopped raisins i
and the beaters too. cup
and FLORIIItIN! CHAV in my bfflce and has mad application -
dier to whom these bound pages are his small-boy characteristics, CIcky.Bolett. Name. at paper for a tax deed ta be Untiedthereon. Some of the brands of canned Bring to a boil In a saucepan,

Bent reports that they circulate until would Immensely enjoy the excite- Wa.r.t.d Ha... Plaintiff Halt' certificate embracesthe milk will also whip if they're well the corn syrup, shortening, and raisins f I
distribution! of pencils Arne Oottlleo Mace, Defendant. Pattern N" else
they reduced to ment that a va.
are rags. following described In for S
handkerchiefs Case No. 2251.ORDER property chilled, along with the bowl and and cook minutes then
Family Record Great Treat. pens, wallets pocket-knives OF1 PUBLICATION .. the County of Bradford State of beaters. add soda. Mix In oats flour and nut L
would create .rid 15.ent.ln .01. eM
and garters Florida, to-wlt '
Another made a record ANn NOTIt"F.oII'O APPF.'ARRTATE : : If unable to obtain meg. Blend well and drop by spoonfuls -
large family rah patters d..Ir.d) to- you're
OV. FLORIDA to Arne ; j
Collect Interesting Items.We : Lot 7 of JIIk 3 Ward City SectionS s
a few months ago and' shippedit Gottlieb Has whoiio roeldenco I". Township 7 Mouth, Range. 20 K...t. \ chocolate or cocoa sometime at on a greased and floured baking I! 1 '
to' the adored son of the house want them to believe that we Norwegian, Seaman's Church 33 Patricia Dow Patterns The assessment of the said prop the grocer's, use victory type of sheet 2 Inches apart. Bake in a hot f
thinking of them all the time Place, York. erty under the said certificate issued ) 4.deree) ) for 10 min- '
Firm Brooklyn New
who 1 I. far away. Grandfather and are soe ". 17t. IL. New Tack. ... 1'', wits In the name. of Mrs. cookies utilizing honey corn syrup ( oven J "
I Is actually
to do that You are required to appear on :;
grandmothers, cousins, aunts, broth. and the best way constantly save February lot., 1943: in the above Laura *!!. Baxter, and the wheat flour for darker utes.

er, sister, brothers-in-law and a fe\ to think of them for named Court and cam., wherein) Unless said certificate shall heredeemed cake have you a particular household or ,

intimate friends brought the participants up bits of good or amusing new plaintiff arnica divorce and changeof property. described according therein to. law will, the b. Inexpensive delicacies to help cooking problem on which you would l
in the them as we used to surreptitiouslycarry name. Bradford County Telegraph old the bidder lika expert miliu? "Ifraa" Mat LynnChambtrt f Iii;
to highest thecourthouse
to 31; one of the girls shall this Order Innext at on the slender meatrationeddays .
publish you
them the small cakes J ,
home to door on the first Monday e' Ifanttrn Ntuiiimotr Union, rt ,
group wrote Jingles appropriate to i and candy from a party War ,to I \Vltnena four my weekly hand lnaues.and official seal Not everybody with a dollar In the month of February, 1943, : boiled baked tongue with ZIt South limplainat Street, Chicago, !, of

every personality, and the faraway i one of them 1 Is a desperateand at Starke, Florida this January4th. t* spar eaa shoot a gun which le the lit day of February, raisin or cranberry sauce; pigs Illinois, explaining your problem fully I I 1 I Ito

boy acknowledging this birthday every adventure, but even the .. 1942.4OF'1CIAL. t .'rJ'l&hl-but everybody csa 1943.Dated feet; oxtail: \ soup; hocks; brains; Allr. Please melon a stamped, ialjHttilrnufd 4 '!,
this tth of December
gift said that not only be himself I thrilling experiences have 8RAL) A. J. Thomas sheet straight la the bank and rUn, day tripe with! broiled mushrooms. 'nrelnpefir your reply. ?f j, 1 iJ
extraordinary Clerk of said Court.
but every one of his pals liked to most Aa boy War Bond. Boy year (OFFICIAL HEAA. :J. Thomas Released by Western Vewipapef Voles I
listen to it. over and over again. their long dull stretches. W. C. Hardeaty Daytona Reach, li% every pay day. Clerk of f'lrcult Court of Bradford i J r rIL
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:'fJ! PAG3 EIGHT: _ _ __ _ IIRADFORD COUNTY ')'ELI<:URU'U. STAKKE. FLORIDA FRIDAY,
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::1;, OUR SERVICE MEN It's Been a Two- Year Moving Day On Chastain The Job Back lJl rs. Lillie Prce

I I I I ".yo. Hl tn ".m.. ofHrmlforil ,.......< ran frr mint f Mrs, Lillie ?rice, 5t3, w ,10
), County hfhrMum. ... BOW ..ervlniv I ...!. with her daughter Mrs alon
V'; Parent HIM! f )lrBil* nr. urvr I\\, .* .l rmt.. by hrlnwlnit I. n#."M and letter hospital, Jacksonville, and a week Lloyd was proprietor of ,?. Rib
\ frt.... tli. boy-it MMiiy frttm hum*. Mrrvli cafe, died Jan. 11 at 12 : ?
mm .re nlN rr-itnvntcvl to write t. theTeleitritph. at his home in Hampton T C. 49p 11
i't. rrp..rtl.K e....>i and nrtlvttleaA By H. A. Carlton Joe Noegel's Courthouse Cafe Drjcker'g Jewelry 10 In the old Chastain resumed his duties,Tues at the River Lodge, a PHV,,,
I I
') :\\1.1 _HI latr..t._______ Newcomers to Starke might be tormerly stood The ColumbiaMilitary location of Marguerite's Shoppe, day morning as manager of the hospital Illness of in Jacksonville, Jte &I
----- two
I I I Supply store and Jerry'seating months. ,
,Y, TKAVKLLINO: C.\IKT INDUCTED WEDNKSDAY: Interested 4n knowing some of the,, place occupy! the former which was owned and operatedfor Denmark Furniture Co., here. been In ill health for she ha,

Aviation cadet 1I"rancllJ'M. Williams. William Silcox son of Mr. and many things that have taken:I i office of Congressman: Lex many years by Mrs. E. E. About the middle of the Bummer years. seVfrt
3 I Mr Chastain broke his left
4 .. after a two week fur- Mrs. J. J. Silcox, who live. two place. here during the last two Gresn. The Western Union mov- Canova. The Gem Jewelry Is in ankle by falling through some She Is survived by.a son HolJIt.

lough-visit with his father and miles east of Starke on Road 48 years.It I.. likely also that a large I I ed from, the ',Starke Telephone the old rejuvenated office of attorney steps at Graham After visiting B. Price of Jacksonville, and I
ant Mri T. S. Williams !- building! 'on North Walnut street daughter Mrs. Marble
Mr Lloyd
motni-r Marcos.
: left Wednesday for Camp Blan- number of "old-timers" could be F. Brown, who several physicians In Gainesville, ,
left Monday for Naohville! -the apace now occupied byBrownateen's Starke; a sister, Mrs. Mary P
I ,
I Starke: and Jacksonville! and having -
Inducted Into l'oun'1 in Starke who do not moved into bill new building near
where he was ett, of Canton Ga.
Tena., where he Is in the Classification ding II shoe shop, into its two and a broth
made
II reallve the that The Petite Phc'i nn X-ray picture or ,
many changes II.B post office. Amos .
"Center. H e recently the Army. present quarters In Lox Green'snew Satterfield. of Ballgroun
r his ankle was placed in a cast.I ,
have been made Studio
andCa.tX1e here during the I, 1 n Mrs. Vida Morgan'snews Ga.: and four (
building.The grandchildren
underwent a minor operation
f_ Although the cast remained on
past two years. stand la a business started
Mrs. Price
home to recuperate.He Bradford Photo Shop Is a was born In
Chen
T f\INS IN UTAH Juit for fun, let' have a little since the boom began. his ankle four week, he kept kee County Ga.
has been In Starke very lit- of 'new concern In a new building, as walking on It, not giving time July 12, 188t
M. Sullivan, son "gut"lulng contest" as to what
Pvt.
Hugh IH also the P. S. The Tic Too Tap occupies W. but came to Florida
tie for ten leaving the last I I I Stores.The! for the break to heal.It many yea
years. business.' 1 !
la oc d "tluchandsuch"
e -
Until 1937 he lived Mrs.! Mabel Sullivan of Starke cup Edeniteld Jewelry bought Its lot, M. Edwards' remodelled building: ago and was In the restaur
time In 1935. him much trouble
c the Army Air a building or apace before'no.nd.o" whtci before I gave so business' In
ttatloned at built Its Camp Blanding Deland for yelT
now I own new building and 15
I in Vallejo, Ca!!!., with his late Center at moved into ItI.! I'm that he had to give up and go
William. Forcet! Basic Training entered the business! world in days was the home of Edwards before coming to Starke April
uncle, rear-Admiral Yancey the not trying to give the of i to the hospital. After four weeks'treatment :
$
entered history
Mare Kearns Utah. He Starle since! the Blending boom Grocery & Market. Denmark's She was a stalwart ChriW
) who wall stationed at and rest having X-rays
] ]
p Yard. While living I Air Force'on Dec. 28. Upon completion any place or bUfllneslt--but am began. The Victory building was 'furniture store moved from Its old I character. and a member Of tbi
Inland Navy taken and his ankle straightenedup
Raenford of his basic training, he going back only two years or less. recently erected by the Randolph home now occupied by two new Baptist Church at Plernon

there he attended in the Los Angeles. I I will' bf sent to One of the 32 And we are going to stay on i, and' all the businesses businesses-the Camp BiandingJewelry Ito Is now feeling greatly 1m- Funeral services were conduced :
Academy
Military He then went with his uncle types of technical schools for fur- Call btreet, since we would never In tho building are therefore new & Military Headquartersand proved. at 11 A. M: Jan 13, at th,

i to th-s Canal Zone where he attended -!i: they Instruction. The men who get through If we were to ,spread -the Victory hotel the Victory the HI-Hat-Into its present Baptist church at Plerson wlt>

: i Balboa Junior College in receive this training are the ones" out too much Military store, the Victory Inn. gpac, formerly the Starke post Noted Teacher the pastor the Rev. L. A. COla

Panama until 1938. In 1939 he 1 1attenJed ''who I really "keep 'em flying. To begin with, of course, everybody and the new Victory Sandwich. office. As everyone knows, the Holds ConferenceAt Ing, officiating.: Interment I\y

& Unl- They irve as radio operators, knows that Darby's store on shop opening'' this week. post office moved into Its own at the West Evergreen cemeterj

Washington George Washington, D. C., studying gunwrs,* machinists, clerks main- West! Call street Is housed in a Thj Southern So to $1 store ia new Federal building. Tabernacle Jacksonville, at 4 P. M. Pal),
versl'y,
brand
mechanical engineering. Then I I' tenaiice men, etc. new building, they having new- 'What
built. be of
r It themselves and'moved promises to one
has been trucba stove there all Benny's Grocery; In the, space Perkins, Nell S. Jackson
in May 1942 he went to Newport an
recently from the nbw the high-points of the for
NeWs. Va., where he enlisted in !I IN V.LU'OItNIAI space .occupied alorf The- Van H. Priest store now occupied by the Military Inn, year Goodwin Nellson all of Delani!
by the Hollywood Camera this community in the spiritual
the reserve of aviation. I' Seeber D. Goodman who was there, but .moved Into its Guy, of course, moving to his and A. C. M., Anderson of PW|
corpn & Gift shop near 'railroad senae, will be the five-day Bible
While awaiting his call, which,I,I up until a short time ago was a which Is anew concern.tle new building ,a few doors up the present site in the new Olson teaching of Dr. William L. Pet- son and John Graham of Sevlllt
until he at Adolph stre!t, building on South Walnut street, Allen & Summerhlll, funeral i
did October attendant
not come popular Likewise, the Sabine bakery 'tlnglll, starting Sunday night, Jan.
worked in the ship yards there. Gay's Standard Service Station,, Is. and the Star store are housed In The Man| Military store openedIts where his business Is known asGuy'a 24. He comes here as part of a of rectors funeral of Deland, were In chsrg.

In July 1941 he married a Virginia now receiving basic ordnance M. M. Raybin's new budding. new store a few months ago Market. state-wide chain of Bible Conferences arrangements.

; gill,. who came with him training' at Pomona 'California.He The bakery is. a new concern in after the Starke Dry Cleaners & Mrs. Jeannette Kincaid owned \ held already this season in '

to visit his bomefolkNi writes friends that it is a nIce Starko, while the Star store for- Laundry moved into the new loca- and operated the Clur-Jean Dress St. Petersburg, TampaOrlando Girl Scout PleaThe

l camp and the food Is good. His mei'ly occupied the space In tion which Lox Green erected for shop where the Rogers Jewelry & and Venice.

i VISITS ROMP! FOLKS addre- IH: PvU Seeber D. (Good- Fran: Holingsworth's building on them on the corner of Court and :Military store now Is. The four The Lawtey-Starke Conferencewith Starke Girl Scouts of Troop i]

Pfc. Gene Goodge who i 10 stationed man, 3520 Ordnance MM, Pomona South Walnut street which now Jefferson streets. Of course, the spaces near the railroad now occupied Dr. Pettlnglll! started Thurs want .the citizens to contribute tJ
!
', rt with! the Air Corps at Ord. Base, Pomona, Calif..' .Like houses the. gift and novely shopof "popcorn; stand" and the "Come- by Suslow's Military Sup- day at the Lawtey Baptist Church in an effort: to send t)!

Enter Field La., spent a 10-day alj other men away.. from Iome. Longacre & Loverln. Ann & and-get-lt" hot dog stand are pro- ply, the shooting gallery Mllll-! and will end there 0 n Sunday girls Please to camp?.: thla summer'

furlough with his parents, Mr. he would be glad to Jlear'bom' Harry's dining 1'0011occuplell the ducts of the Blandtng boom. gan'9; grill and pool room were morning with the 11 o'clock worship help -Betty Anne Flynn

and Mrs. W. J. Goodge of Starke. all of his old friends. former residence of the owner, E. The! Paramount Grill occupiesthe all vacant before Camp Blanding service. Then he will startin

H. Smith, and is a new, businessIn old stand of the O. W. White days; but all but the shooting Starke at the Fundamental

Feeler Cooper, of Long Beach ,Calif. 3tarke. & Sons: grocery store. while upstairs gallery were already in operationtwo Gospel Tabernacle at 8 ,o'clock
Olivia
Mrs. '
She' was a Quaker, but attended "The Eastern Auto Store, V. S. where '\.Ju-'Half'! Moon now years ago. The !Pamela! true Sunday night and will continue

Mt.... Olivia Feeler. 89, died at Church )ln' Starke. 3t. John proprietor, 'moved froman ia was the old Manning rooming of the Lady Fair Beauty 'salon.W. every night through Friday..
the Baptist
_1 her home In southeast Starke at old building on the 'cornel' of house., The Ritz .cafe was formerly T. Clute, realtor; Dr. Lemuel After the Starke meetings, Con- I

: 7:30: A. M. Wednesday as a probable Funeral services will be conducted Call and Walnut streets where B r 1';" n t' B Cafe, while Colaon dentist; and the Blanding ferences will be held in Miami and

f result of a fall received two from the residence at 3:00: P. M. the new Florida theatre noi& Frank's Fine Food, remodelled Tailors-all up-stairs in the Ad- Miami Beach, and the season'will

months ago./ originally from Friday, .and -interment will be in Htanda, erected his own present I and Improved, la in the old loca- klni building, are products of the be wound up in Fort Pierce. Dr. Dr.I Max Shane

Madaachuxetts, she lived for a Klngsley Lake cemetery, "with the building and changed his firm tion of the Magnolia Cafe. boom. This disposes of all exceptthe Petting!!! chief speaker at all

while i California and Mississippi Rev. A. E. Llghtfoot, pastor o( namo to Eastern Auto Store. I The new Florida Theatre stands Camp Diner, which has beenin these Conferences Is a widely OptometristIf

: beforu coming to Starke with her the First Baptist Church officiat'Koch's drug 'store is a new business !- In th-j old location of the Western Htarke only a few months; known author and Bible teacherof

husband. W. A. Feeler, 20 years ing. Arrangements were', in the in a new building. However, Auto Store (on the corner) and and Blanding Center, with all of Wilmington, Delaware, and bother Idm
.Jacksonville. an old building( stood the A. & P. Ho varied businesses, which have stands your eyes you
ago. He died In 1932. hands of Key-McCabe formerly on store next to the among the foremost
that corner the Johns Ritz Theatre. The all been built and opened less teachers of the Bible. examine them end fit you
,- She is survived by a niece, Mrs. occupied by A. & P. Is up
I Mildred Baldwin 0 f Brockton, Pall" bearers will b"! ..... C. & Wainwrlght insurance firm. now housed In Its new building than a year The public Is invited to these with glasses if you need them

I Mass. a niece by marriage ).frs'l HobbH, J. T. Quigley Raymond The Guidon Grill, a new concern on the Scorner of Call and Cherry Did you guess right? Was my meetings at the Tabernacle and 30 veers.xp rl.nc*.Holiday

I. S. Keith, of Mattapolsett, Mass.; Gomo. J. H: Fields O. H. Bos- occupies the corner where streets. "dope" wrong? there will be special'music at all end Sundays byeppolnt".nLTELEPHONE ",

I and a step-daughter Mrs. Mary tick, and A,. O. Andreu.. services. I S-4S7

-__--- -- ,,_ _,,_ _-_-_ __ _-____..____ ____._._ _n__._.p-p 132 Years Old! Childrens HomeIs Town Team Fighter Command 401 Trmple Theatre B.uil'd'hi

EVERY BRANCH OF Grateful Is OrganizedFor C'i 'i< / 4fr't ana Monrnt S tree

Will Send Men JACKSONVILLE I FLORID''
For Support Basketball

To Starke r .

Bradford County, which has Hugh Ingram has already1 I secured -
Miit from 'the Jacksonville In-
-ndUranCe$ established, the enviable reputation several members of his pro- I
formation Center, Ground Observer .
of ,reaching or exceeding all poBvad Starke basketball team First
Corps, Fighter Command
-
and has had a few practices he
goals, has 'added another feather said All ,!, wilt be In Starke Wednes- I IFARMER.AND
Monday. young men
_ ., In'Its 'cap.During ,< who would like to join the team day, Jan. 27 for a meeting with :

H. C. WALL 192 r total of $217.23 now In the making, are asked to the observers from t.hellocal observation -
post.
: contact him at
was sent to the Children's Home once.
.'The meeting will be held in the .
Likewise team in the ,.
Society of Florida from contribu- any
1 County or elsewhere which would Methodist Recreation Building at
Agency tors In Bradford County on a like 8 P. M., and all persons Interested '
to challenge his team is re-
quota, of $100. quested to do so. "Bradford High in learning something about the HOMEOWNERS

Constant.Service Over 50 Years In a letter this week to E. I... School Is not going to have a Aircraft Warning Service are Invited

__ Matthews chairman of the local team this year," he said, and he to attend. A special new

Sponsoring Committee, Marcus C. thinks,, he will be able to secure film on the AWS will be shown.It .

Please Phone U6CLASSIFIED Fagg superintendent of the Home, two or three of Its star playersfor Is.8180 planned at this meet

_____pp..__"pp__: _L_ _,_ _._._, _,_ __ WN5ayed expressed appreciation support from for this thegenerous sponsored his team.by the The Bowldrome.team Is being ing to ,the to ,present new observers official who armbands have

It county, which was divided as follows I I Time Is dragging heavily on qualified by serving 25 hour and

: Brooker $1, Graham ,$5. are now holding down a regular
of Mr. Ingram's hands at this time.
Mehrem. Chicago
ADS AO.
shift! at the
be !I. 113 year eld. lie appears to Hampton $383,, Law t e y $16; Being almost a junior at the State post.

be 80 *r 90. but contends thai he Starke $191.70. University he resigned! shortly before Previous to the"night meeting, At Present Our
was born January 11. Ifll. la Cairo, the film will be shown
Besides the chairman, the following | Christmas to enlist in the air to the
house and 1 FURNISHED Egypt. In IRA, when be was (2.he are dfficer of the local Rotary Club and to the school. Repair.Stock
FOR SALE--4-room APARTMENTS came to Chicago for the World'. corps. Just at that time all enlistments .
acre. $300 cash. Inquire at Gulf Palittka, 120 So...lSth St. Columbia Exposition. Bayed say: Sponsoring Committee: Mrs. L. A. were cloned, leaving If you are interested In doing

Station cor.Madison) & Walnut.R. 4 rooms, real quiet, coal heater he secret of keeping yeans; Is his I Davis. 1st vice chairman; Mrs. him out of school and out of the your part in the only civilian activity On The. Following -

: H. Crundwell. 1-13 Sip combination kitchen and dining "philosophy of self-harmony." A. Z. Adkins. 2nd Vice Chair- Army. He ,expects to be "drafted of the Army, come to this

room, private entrance-r-upstalrs mao; Jos. E. Wilson 3rd Vice ," however, about February 12. meeting., Lines
IFOit SALE-4 head of good hogs, I Also 2 or 4 room, downstairs.! FDR's Pastor in Navy Chairman; Mrs. W. B., Sewell, -

weighing better than 100 Ibs.- Nice neighbors. Near stores. Offering secretary; Dn M. B. H e r 1 ong, Christian Chaplains Met Are
Churches Almost
_ F M. Crews Highland.< ItpI''OR now for $23 per month. ', treasurer;

1-13 3tp .' Will Convene With MinistersThe i
SALK-Two new houses on
Complete
large lot on E. Laura St. Will I| !!,g_Sales Off At HamptonAnother third meeting of the protestant -
FURNISHED A PAR T M ENTS,
S sell for part caah. See me at 25 chaplains of Camn Blan-
Percent
home.after 0 o'clock any after- Waldo 14 ml. south of Starke In the series of suc- ding and the ministers of Starke"

.noon.-W. A. Gay Starke. 1 and 2 rooms. Electricity hot Knight Says cesnful conventions of the Christian was held on Thursday,' January Planet Jr.

water, inner spring mattresses. Churches of Bradford County 14. A devotional was held at the
FOR SALK-9 squares of used j Frlgidalrea. $25 per couple, per With the tag ,deadline past and will be held In the Hampton Presbyterian church followed Hand PlowsP

metal roofing, $4 per square. month. No children or pets.- gone, Tax Collector C. A. Knightrepot.s Christian Church on Saturday and luncheon business bya
B.. B. 213 K. Call St. )[ .. Maude and meetingat
Milligan tf
-- 1' Wesley. that sales of 1943 .automobile Sunday, Jan. 30 and 31. W. C. the USO operated by the & 0 Internationa
Itp licenses! are lagging Burton will .
__ approximately serve as chairman and YMCA
IF YOU WOULD BUY OR SELL 25 percent behind the Lynn Hall will be leader. PlowsBrinley
FOR SALK song The Rev..
Charles H. Allen
milk cows stock cows beef figures of last. The was
Nicely furnished nearly new.,. two year convention will open Saturday the host pastor and the Rev.
cattle stock bulls
c bed-room and bath masonry or hogs get "At this point in 1942 we had night at 7:30: -o'clock with Fred .
Yerkes'wa
In touch with J. D. Odom.: Jr., chairman of Plows
sold more than 1,200 devotional services led
of
bungalow. Good location paved tags by Fred the I
Box 247 Starke; Box 204 Lake n; program committee. The
for caah. all kinds Mr. Knight a a Id. Dodd. The program will be
street. -
J Bargain wi resumed Rev.
_ City; Telephone 481 Lake City. :t "While L. A. Shepherd, chaplain of
C Auction market every Thursday ,. : up through Wednesday Sunday morning with song, the State Farm, spoke to the Dixie PlowsChattanooga I

Farm sixteen and one half aC1'eM.three on alt classes,of live stock afternoon the total for thla year and prayes service! at 10:30 o'. group upon the subject, "Respon c
"
room house, other buildings, stood at 900. clock and an address of welcomeat .
i at Lake City at 2:30: P. M. sibilities of a Prison Chaplain." i c
fenced, two and one half miles The curtailment on automobile 10:45.: : The response will be The next gathering will be Plows c:

$p from town. Price $1,450. Terms.W. [i REWARD for return or information shown The as Rev.he was Frank flay In Wilson te driving (because of gasoline ration- made by Marjorie Dodd. at the State Prison Farm on Feb.held r
sworn a. lieu.tenant
T. CLUTK.: KKALTOR !'I concer n t In g red ."Ra
;-t 119 Eu.t Cell! StreetU. | Flight"'wagon.taken from Harold Frank J. Jones USNB. al the .,- Mr Knight believes, although ,! be preached by M E. Garret, anda. chairman.

Kite's yard Friday night. flee of naval officer procurement he attributes some of the basket dinner. will be enjoyedat a
''i. S. APPROVED baby chicks, No questions atiked. -Harold New York. Reverend Wilson was decrease in sales to the fact that noon. d
Hampshire Reds, day old or pastor of the 81. James Joe Noegel I
GET FOf
Episcopal READY
A
Kite, P. O. Box 211., Starke. Itp there are fewer construction I guest speaker will be fea- t
,. started pullets English strain church In Hyde Park, N. Y.. where
: worKers, etc. now tured during the afternoon, and To Open f
President Roosevelt Is employed at Cafe
senior
,
White Leghorns from R. O. P. SMALL BLACK SOW-Has taken war
den. .islanding. theevening sermon will be YOUR SPRING li
cockrels. From hens. 200 eggsand up at my place. Owner may preached by C h a plain B. M. Joe Noegel took out a 3-year 1

up. Place orders now. claim by Identifying and payIng Income Tax AidH. Montgomery of Camp BlandIng. tease
Reasonable prices on 6-weeks- for this ad.-L. S. Edwards, Notice To Patients Tuesday on the space for GARDEN c

Old pullets-E.. Wasdin, 3m!. Starke. 1-22 2tp O. Brown, an experienced Dr. W. E: Ktlddleton who has studio merly occupied in the Titus by the Olson Bon building Art- .
13.
north of Waldo on Road
Federal Income t.Yo
tax
I accountant, been having South -
FOR SALE-Late treatment at the FQgyiCTORYBUY on Walnut. He Is
41
WANTED-Gas range large or super-de announces In this Issue of the Rlvr"lde Hospital 'Jacksonville, renovating and remodelling the 1:
small using regular gas. Ed luxe Ford aedan. Low mileage<< Telegraph that he will be locatedIn la at home' but Is not allowed space to accommodate an' y
I tires like new. Apply T. S. Williams. the office of eating
; Prince. 122 South Walnut St.I the Bradford any visitors 'He Is forbidden to ia( place and expects to move Joe's 8RADFORKARDWARE ] 1'(

c It I' Itp County Abstract Co". on CourtSt. do any practice for from 30 to Grill there by the middle or lat n,
RING LOST ., on Monday, Tuesday, Friday 60 days. UNITED ter of
-- Red gold dinner part next week, he laid y,
Will the in who and Saturday: of 41
r. party Lawtey each week beginning STATES -
ring with 3 sets. Lost Wed- ye terday. c..
ordered radio battery Z-6398 January 25 to March 15, Ion receiving: salary of $1,200, CO
i nes'lay afternoon. Finder ?
please 1wY: Joe
WAR opened the Courthouse at
3 pleas call at Stern's garage T return to Bradford inclusive, and will prepare and annually. Cafe
is here1. County Tele- file tax In the space now occupied by the ell
Battery Itp gnph. returns for those needing Thd above Act made more than BONDS ,
It anal"tance. 100 changes l the taw comparedwith AND Guidon Grill in June 1033. In ,. n..CARLIS.LE. Owner] him
PEANUT SEED
Fla. runners October 1940 he sold out Jim
Office) suppllr of all kind for The Revenue Act of 1942 requires the revenue Act of 1941. to
r ,
$3.0 bu. North Carolina seed STAMPS Forest, and has ,
operated
l $3.25C: H. Driggers Co.. Lake sale at The Itrndford County that a return be filed by Mr. Brown with his knowledgeof Grill three miles north of Starkeon Joe's Starke,FJorlda :In
every single person receiving law and
a
Bu'ier' experience, will assistIn
Fla. l-22-6t the
Telegraph. Jacksonville m
: salary of $aOO, and a married per- th.'i!' work. highway ever -
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