Bradford County telegraph
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00027795/02787
 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: January 29, 1943
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
notis - ADA7397
lccn - sn 95047406
System ID: UF00027795:02787
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Preceded by: Starke telegraph

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Farm Sign-up I School Slightly Contract ChangedIn Draft Board Assistant Green Re-named Whip Hayes Warns Your Needed TypewriterIs Birthday Ball'I :;..-("1 11 V'';,

The ,.tiour Democratic Leadership The Army. Navy, Marine Corp",, \ ;''I'II
view of the fact that the
To Start Supervising Architect. Mellon C, Starts Drive has again: designated Congreastrwut TaxpayersTo Coast Guard and Maritime Commission Will I Climax JiiFund

Greeley, appeared before t h i iCounty e Lex Green aa Assistant are, badly in need of typewriters -
Board of Public Instruction Democratic Whip. He has served built since 1935-.accord- '
February 1stBy I at its regular meeting Jar- On DelinquentsSelective In this high and responalbU File Returns Ing to a statement made by W. E.. DriveTonight's !f

4, ant certified as to the deair Party pout for the past 12 years Wilcox, WPB's priorities manager .j'
ability of making certain change His State-wide designation wa of the Jacksonville area. the night, and everything }, i q
L. T. Dyer; County Agent In connection with the Stark Service Local Boar< well recognized by his colleague) Every property-owner should They want one out of every four is In readiness for the an- ''I'
The National farm gpal signup school, two changes were unanimously No.1. Bradford County, !Is makIng In the Congress through hit file his tax returns or put in his machines built since that time, n u a I President's Birthday Ball, '
Is now well under way, and agreed upon by the Board, every effort to eliminate the assignment to three additional claim for homestead exemption and the local post of the American which will get under way at the tStaiko
the work will begin In Bradford at a saving of $265.50. Selective Service delinquencies by; regular permanent House Committees between Jan. 1 and April 1, according Legion has been asked to help armory at 9:30: o'clock 'VFrud

County on Monday, Feb. 1. The! first change was the Instal' locating for compliance or prose In addition to the four Corn to Tax Assessor E WH.iyja. raNo Florida's quota. of 3,000, TC. Guy, county chairman of l!
Production goals have been set latlo.i of 69 feet of downspou cutlon persons required to register mittfj held In the previous Con .. It may prove expensive A Oarlton, Adjutant, announcedthis the event, has engaged a 12- ,
for the various wno have failed to do no; person Seven Committee assign If he falls to do so. week.
for the County and gutter on unit "C'" In the grass piece orchestra of all tar music >
food crops: and for poultry, eggs, amount of $69. The other wai who did register but who< menrs, Including one Chairmanship Acordlng to law If a person The typewriters for which Uncle makers, and a number of specialty t''
hops: beef cattle and milk cows, the elimination of 22 liquid type have failed to respond to some in Is a load, carried by few 1 It falls to come to the Tax Assessor Sam pleads are for his fighting acts l I. alto promised during the :'i j,
in a great effort to increase food door closet and 18 metal paper B true tlon of the board; and per any ether House) members. Green and make out his tax returns on men-.not his war agencies behind evening f I
production in 1943. towel holders In the amount of eony who did register and who Is Florida's new Congressman al hU personal property, the Assessor the IIne So urgently are The following ladles have been '
are In touch with their local Large, and Is beginning his must estimate It and then add 10
Each producer of food crops, $341W, said changes making i a those needed that they ate to be requested to serve as hostesses: 'f
poultry or livestock in this net deduction of $265: ,:50. board but are deliberate, know, eleventh year as.Chaliman of the percent 10 the amount of tax asa shipped directly from Starke or Mrs Kthel Blffga. Mrs. C. .,., :,4'Knlit'tt {'
County should come to the Count; violators.Th.4 Committee on Territories. penalty. Likewise, If he falls wher'.'ver they are found to a : t, Mrs R F. Demorest, Mra. > \t"

Ag nt'" office between Februar;; following Is a list of delis, Each of the seven Committee to come and make hta request for designated post of duty. J, W. Kincaid, Mrs. K. O. Duncan i ;J: :
1 and 15 to fill out his Farm Closer Check quest registrants and their lets t assignments is of direct intereat homestead exemption, this property Plia.se telephone H. A. Carlton Mrs. H. C. Rltch, Mrs 0 L. fi ,
Plan, stating his production goal known address: and importance to Florida. The Is assessed like any other at 29, If you have such a machine' Bea ll y, Mra. W, H. Mundy, Mra. i'' 4
for the year. It is expected tha White assignment are; Rivers and Har-' property, Mr. Hayes said, and that you are willing to sell to the M. F. Brown and Mrs Lex; Green. ,
some farmers will make change On Food Handlers Fred Phillip Peltier, Staike bow Invalid Pensions (handling must be paid. armed forces Advance Wcket sale, under the ,
later but this sign-up will show Virgil Lee Dixon, Brooker. matters for World War II), Flood i 11order to make it easy on direction of Mrs Grace Wain- ii'!!b \
whether or not they expect to Control Territories, Indian Affair property-owners throughout the wrlg'it, ,' indicates that attendanceat of
meet the goals set up for thCouvty. Ll' yd; Lee Johnson Starke. *, War Claims. Immlgiatlon County, Mr Hayes will be at the Duke InvitedTo tin Ball wilt, be good In spite o\f; \
In cooperation with the Stat Ibn Shanton Tumlin, R. F. D.,
and Naturalization. I following places on the dates of the ban on pleasure riding 7,
Board of Health, the Bradford Woodbine, Ga. '
named: This event always attract a
There Is no obligation in this. Clay Health Unit la changing the "
tlgn-up of the Farm Plan, and i It health certificates issued to food James Johnson Clark, Staike.Aubrey Lawtey, City Hall 1 I, Tuesday, MeetingAt large number of spectators, as ,\1 1nlgnt's ;
is entirely voluntary, but it Is the handlers, domestics, dairy workerS Bonnie Ward, 4106 4011; Red Cross Starts Feb. 9, from 9 to 11 A M. well as dancers and Friday j*
of producer St., Tampa, Fla. Hampton, Saxon store, Wednes. Ball should bo no excep
patriotic! duty every and other persons handling) : '
of food to let us know his production food 01 drink for public consump Raymond' H o r ace McCauley, day, Feb. 10, from 9 to 10:30:, A. a meeting of the Taxpayers tlon. ;; n
plan for the year to help tlon. Under the new system al Star ho. Kit Bag"'Drive M. of' tal'k8 held on January 21 a Mr. Guy reports that the March Il I

build toward ,the county goals. t'oodhandler's certificates will b< Albert Clyde Bell, Staike. Theressa, Post Office, Wednesday permanent organization was completed of Dimes, handled through the I .
."..* Teb. 10 from 11 to 12 A, M. In which W. P, Smith waelected schools, IK arousing a great deal '
Conservation Issued I the health officer. Ir
All Soil signers by Roy Bernard Turner, Ft. Myera,, I
of interest and he also the
will feign applications for payment this way all foodhandlers will be Fla. A drive forJunds for kit begs'! New River, Post Office, ThUI'IIdny chairman; R. B. Alvarez, urges
for soldiers was sponsored by the vice chairman W. T. Clute, public to drop coins In the boxes
secretary -
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known to the health Feb. 11, 2 to p ; '
1942 the time signingthe department
for at '
Farm Plan. and persons; known by the depart Guy Mervyn Osborn, Hot I BI'a.Iford. County Red Cross Chap- Graham, Post Office, Friday, and treasurer and W. H. that have been placed for thin ,
ment to be dangerous will be kepi Sprlaga, Ark.William : ter this weftk. As usual the business Feb. 12, 9 to 10 A. Mt Nbllinan was elected Chairman\ ot purpose at different places around .
the is the ? ,1
The time for sign-up
Hugh Roberts, Starke, of Staike with a Committee submit constitution town
from Cards will be+ men gave Brooker, Post Office, Friday, to
next two weeks. There will be noobj..ctlon Issued to woiklng.be used only at'a specific Johnnie Lawton Gunter, Starke smile t toward the $400 total needed Feb. 12, 10:30: to 12 A, M. and by-laws. Half of the funds raised during ,1
to the use of gas for to'fill a quota of 400 kit bags. After completion of the or- the campaign remain in the ?
location and if the worker An'lrew Mlgllore, Starke.
coming for' this purpose; however It Is hoped that by the end of ganlzatlon It was resolved that county for use In aiding victims n1..;
every one must conserve gas changes his place of employment Harry Richard Jacoby, co| the week this amount will be In. Crack Teams the &secretary be Instructed to Invite of Infantile paralysis, whUe tbe ,
and tires. by riding with someone I II'a new card must be secured. American Restaurant, Staike. Brooker, Hampton and Lawteyare Will MeetIn William L. Duke, rent admlnutrator other half Is sent to the National
else where possible I' Army officials have been (o- Lockey Finch, Lawtey being* contacted to help raise for the Gainesville Foundation that carries on a nationwide 'I

operating closely with the health Willie Edward Green, Rt. No 1, these! funds. If you have not donated Bowling MatchA Starke: Area, to be present and fight against! the dls ,

unit in supervision of the restau Box 172, Plant City, Fla. and wish to do so, leave 3 man bowling team from talk to the Taxpayers as to the ease t
SoldiersDie that
Three state although
Colored your money at Carpenter's Drug Jacksonville will meet a like team different functions of his 'offlcat
there is there much has room been for Improve, Robert Mathews Starke. Stoie. The display In tbe win- from Starke tonight at the Bowl- their next meeting on February New Regulations t
ment, great pro dow will show you ,how your drome In a 3-way match. Threeof 4, at 8:00: p, M. at the
Of Injuries gress toward sanitary eating 'James Gaines, Starke money Is being spent. Each man the best men to be found In office of Realtor W T. Clute, 119 Placed On Papers

places In Starke.In Bokte Samuel Williams. Starke., who goes overseas Is given a kit greater Jacksonville-George McDonald East Call Street. Sent To Soldiers ; ;

the near future the 'Health Marlon Douglas Gallmon, Belle bag.. The Ar".Iaeks that the from.; .Jacksonville, peach: AH. property owners and land-
.,>, .A.graueamqbttrpZritonY.was ,Unit plann-,to,run a short course Glade, Fla.' Red Cross sollcki ,.funds for thesupplies John Brannlck from Southslde,! lords are cordially Invited by the A soldier overse'as'may'-
add*] to a tragedy near here on sanitary foodhandllng methods Dan Jones, Starke. and the Army furnishes and Conrad Gunti from' Jacksonville Taxpayers Association to be pie scribe to his favorite newspaper or i ,
Monday when en the front seat of for restaurant, managers.. The Thomas "Tommie" Par ker, the material to make the bans. -will meet Starke's all-star sent kt this coming meeting and magazine but the folk. back
a demolished automobile In which course will be given by Dr. Ford Worthington, Fla. They are made In the productionrooms team Bill Gerlac, Henry Managua It poet have any questions you home can't send it to him anymore
two Camp Blanding soldiers were and Mr. Hobbs, with guest speakers William Gray, Tavenler Fie of the Red ,Cross and Art Manaasa. would like to ask Mr. Duke, i

killed) waa discovered the booklet from the Army and the State Will Jackson, 609 W. Cotton The following Is a list of those This Is match to be please have them In writing That's the Interpretation Army t ,
"How to Get the Most Enjoymentfrom Board of Health. It is hoped ,' Ave., Augaula, Ala. who so gladly contributed, and In a three 3-way different communities and postal authorities are placing
Your New Plymouth." that when resta u ran t owners OMg Robinson, Starke. your local Red Cross Chapter played Manassa owner Town Team Plays on the order barring package

Corporal Kenneth E. RItter and know why ,a sanitary law is en' Leon Albert Hanna, 1560 N. W takes thla opportunity to express of "lhe ,Bowldrome Henry said yesterday nail overseas, after Jan. lan
Pvt. WUbert Rothschild of Camp forced It will not be necessary to' 66th St., Miami, Fla. appreciation: series Ordnance Co. order Issued after the War Department I ,
The first of the was
Blanding were killed and three threaten them with legal actionas Samuel Theodore Cooper, Liberty Koch's Drug Store, $:Si; C. A. last Friday night at South- Saturday Night complained that vital ; *'{ ,
companions were Injured when frequently as In the past. The City, Fla. Knight! 91; A. 'Thomas, $s; R. side played, and the Jacksonville team s&rgo apace waa being taken by
their automobile struck a bridge unit l la working more for cooperation Willie George, Ft. Pierce, Fla. J. Davis 91! J. R. Kelly 91; now leads the Starke team by 66 Tho town basketball team, !ackagea which soldiers didn't

abutment on the Jack sonvllle- than coercion It was stated. Alonza Holmes, Starke. Starke Beauty Shop, $Ii; Guidon points. The second! of the series which Is being sponsored by the (specially need. 4' I
Camp Blanding highway. Oscar Hughes, Brooker. Grill, $3; Slstrunk Feed Store, $5: ; will be played tonight, and the 3owllrome and managed by Hugh To obtain newspapers or perl- f- I
State Road Patrolman Clifford Jennings To Be Johnnie Strong. Lawtey. Sisgon's Drink Stand, $1; Three thirds, to be played.at, Jacksonville Ingram, will make Its first appearance >dlc- K the soldier. If he happens i!I i'; -
Jeaale Smith Scott, Douglas, Ga. to be outside the continental ;,
Bullock Identified the injured as 'Friends Barber Shop, $5: ; Brad- Beach. Five games are to : before local fans Saturday -
Staff Sergeant Tip I P Y Rogers, "Flying Doctor"Dr Obey DeSue Starke. : ford County Telegraph, 95; Miss be played each night for the three night at 8:30: when It takes United States, must himself, aub- "j : ,I"
John Lee Hall Ralford. crlbe for them in writing from
Amelia $1 Winkler Electric the 901st Ordnance Co. from
Ray, ; on \ I
Tecanical William A, New- tat
Sgt. L. H. now Moses Williams, Rt. No..2, Box Servlce, $1; Canova Phar- nights. Cum Blending While this Is the now on. The folks back home l' 'J'Jcan't
Medical McDonald Is well-known ,
and Henzer
some Sgt. Qulnney, lieutenant in the Corps, George ,
all stationed at Blanding. is preparing to be a "flying doc 213, Starke macy, 93: ; City Barber Shop, $'IS; all over the State of Florida asa first' game to be played In Starke, send him a gift subscription #' Ii
Christopher C. Jackson, COC Gem Jewelry Company, $5; Tip Bran- It Is not the first for he team nor can the newspaper. Nor 1'1
"' four weeksat bowler while John -
Bullock said Miss Cora Mordueof tor. He first spent Co. 416 AF4 Camp Blanding, top can they mall him a used i'
Top Grocery. $5: ? Denmark Furniture In this season since It was scheduled -
Valdosta Ga., nick la leading all the leagues
4238 Colonial Avenue, Jacksonville Moody Field I }
Fla. Jubifcrlptlona already running may :
Company, $5; Sternberg's Guntl 10 play at Lake City last ,
for special Jacksonville.: Conrad represents '
passenger on a n Orange wherd he applied a Tommie Hall, Starke. sontlnue but the soldier himself 0'must
43 Lady Fair Beauty Shop, ; night.
Motor Lines bus that arrived Im course In Aviation Medicine. Out William Frazier 429 E. Watts the King Edward Cigar renew them. That, accordIng d!
Starke Dry Cleaners Laundry, The probable line-up, Mr. Ing-
accident andJ of the entire group of physicians Co., a.* well as Jacksonville is\ j :
after the ,
mediately St. DeLand. to Poet Office officials here,
95: ; Nathan Prevail. $I: Sam ram said, would be Busbee and
E. Husklna. driver of the bus, stationed there he and one other Eddie Stroman, Box 227, Deer- proper. 10 the official Interpretation given
for the course. Rosenberg, |3; Mrs. R. F. Clark,, Starke's team Is no less famous, McRae-FF; Bishop-C; Bunyan and
removed the Injured men from the were accepted field Beach. Post Office Order 19687 which ,
91; Hollywood Camera A Gift member BUI Gerlac. ngram-O. Others who will also i
wrecked coupe and made them as He then went to Maxwell Field, Any person who voluntarily reports Shop $3; H. C Wall InsuranceAgeicy. : the having soldier as a who recently bowled a lee action will be Jackson, Starling reads as follow: ; f '

comfortable as possible,until they Montgomery Ala., where be spent to the local board during $5; W. B. Sewell $1: at the Bowldrome Reddish, Ray and Sapp. "Individual copies of newspapers ;
could be removed to a hospital.The four weeks, returning for a brief the month of January 1943 will Carpenter's Drug Store, $5: ; perfect and score Art Manasaa also are The game Saturday night will or magazines shall be accepted ''. ;
demolished automobile was periol: to Moody Field., He was be allowed to comply with bin Torode Chev. Company, $3; AnnIe Henry to be reckoned with. be the first of a series to be for dispatch to Army Post Of- I' 1

tow-d to a Starke garage. next sent to Randolph Field at obligations. If any such regis- Harry's Restaurant, $5:S; Bradford "The alleys are In fine shape," playJil between these two teams. flees outside the Con t i dental ,
Word has just been received San Antonio, Texas, where he was trant does not comply with his Photo Shop $3; Judge E. K. Mr. 'Mana a said "having just Everybody U cordially invited to. United States only 'where subscriptions "
that Sgt. Newsome died Tuesday put through a s t r e n uous sixweeu' obligations during the month'of Perryman, $5; United Daughtersof been thoroughly over." the game which will be staged In are specifically requested -
as a result of Injuries received In study course having left January, 1943 vigorous action will Confederacy, $10; Dr. W. B ; gone the Starke Armory. Admission In writing by the addressee; t
the accident. there last Monday. Having five be taken' by the Department of Parka, $1;'' Marcus Brown $1; will be 25 cents. For further I or for which subscriptions are i t
days to drive from San Antonioto Justice starting February, 1943.. Florida It Ritz Theatres 910; Mcintyre Buys games during the week, ;see the now In effect. ,
Thriller Booked Nashville. Tenn., Mrs. Jennings Every registrant is required to Stum>>'_ Store $:S: Mr. and, Mrs. Flume PropertyMr barrel in the middle of the street, Such:: copies to individuals shall ,\ .i
hoped he might make a detour carry with him his Registration Arthir William: 92 Maxine Noe "After we see how we come be accepted only from, publishers- "
For Park Theatre through Starke. After a 2 to 6 Certificate and classification notice gel, VI.Mrs T. H. Lord, 91; Miss ,- and Mrs. T. J. McIntyre out with the Camp competition, who shall place) on the wrapper ,
weeks' course' Nashville he Is Dt. 'Tison, $1: Elizabeth .Joiner, recently purchased from Mr. and we will tackle some of the big- or ')n the publication where wrapper f'
"Shadow of a Doubt," newest scheduled to go to Australia to .Mrs. J. the residence i* not use d a certificate
I Registrants are requested 91; Mrs.-'JohnTTglow, $1; Mrs\, F. F. Flume shot teams In Jacksonville Mr
luapenae-drama directed by Alfred where he will be one of Uncle : report to their local board any. O. Scott,'.$1; Mrs. Rhoda DampIer at 631 West, Madison street to- Ingrain auld. The team will wear I ([which shall be regarded as suf II'flclent

Hitchcock, cornea to the Park Sam's flying doctors. : change of address, any change of 9U Mrs. 'J, D.; Griff, fl: gethar with a lot 70x15 feet. the uniforms of.the. old J.ler-I to authorize aceptance} }j:
Theatre Sunday for a three day wont, dependents,'or physical con nm Jordan, Paramount Grill. $3; They ,also ,purchased a lot 210x chants' Association ball team. which shall read a* folows: "MallI.I. II IIell
run. Director Hitchcock has be- Plan To Furnish I dition. '' VT. L. Wall 910; J. M' Alvarez 210 feet on the corner of First In conformity with Post Office r'

come famous for this thriller type It .is suggested that any per- Store. 110; W. T. Clute 92; and Myrtle streets, and will build Coca Cola Plant Department Order No. 196S7.: "
of movie and already has to his Camp Day Room son having knowledge of the ad- Frank'8 Fine Foods $3; Gene several houses there Just as soon ,Letters are not affected by the

credit such hits as "The Thirty Serviced Yeas or whereabouts of one or ,onn-.11, 93; Starke-BIanding Taller as the building material situation Being Improved new order, and tbe "news letters" 1"
nine Steps.. "Rebe c ca.. "Sus- The! Camp and Hospital Mrs more delinquents, will confer a 95; Park Cafe, 93; J, B. Carlisle looajns up a bit, Mr. McIntyre which many organizations publish -i I
picion and Saboteur the American Red Crosai Thor Starke Coca Cola BottlingCo. for their In the service will
and Mrs. Favor on them by giving the Information 93; Mrs. Vida Morgan, 92; said.
An average American town and K. O. Duncan, chairman, Is to the local Selective Lella'a, 93; Maude's lunch 93; W. Ha was connected with the ., has been a bee-hive of activity be accepted if they are sent as
an average American family are J.r W. Kincaid, co-chairman.for the Service Board either by writings P.E Smith, 91;' Mrs. Bertha Pierce, Torode Chevrolet Co., from the for the last few days- letter mall In ordinary envelopes.
dramatized In this new film and furnishing a Day Room Blanding.) letter or by telephoning 19-J. 11; Darby's Store, 91; E. H. time he came to Starke 10 years even more so than usual-with Army spokesmen said. There Is t'
the story concerns a notorious 119th Infantry at Camp Smith 92; Harry Ifou toe 91! ago, until his health became such Its brtckmasona, carpenters, painters nothing to prevent the folks) at
fugitive murderer who hides-out Those who wish to help out in lrez'Sells LotA Fane Bill, 93; George Flynn that he had to resign his posi plumbers, electricians and the homo from, forwarding to their t
incognito with distant relatives. his work may give either cash 11: Mrs. F. H. Long %l' Harry tion. like. And It la not actually doIng ,oversea soldier sufficient funds ',
They are totally unaware of his don lIon& or furnishings such asdrapcrlelll oeed has just been recorded Tucker, $2; Mr. and Mrs. JOB. spring cleaning, but merely i to enable him to subscribe for a
criminal record. ahades, tables, lamps, of the I preparing more storage space for 'artitular publication
an the book In the office Raebeck 92; K. G. Duncan $1; Chas. {Moore ;
Teresa Wright who will be chain, etc. The use of a pianos Circuit Court Clerk showing that Dr. M. B. Herlong. 910; Jack Its trucks and merchandise, and
remembered for her outstandingwork also very much desired. Police Chief A. I* Alvarez re- :Marvin, '93; Mrs A. Hartman, 11; Funeral services for Charles Incidentally making more com' Rotarians See FilmAn !x:
In "The Little Foxes" "Mrs. has anything to e: e n 11 I y sold a lot to John W. Lacy Conway 91; J. B. Alexander Wesley Moore 41, a former resident : modlous and attractive offices. + i.
Min I y e r" and "Pride of the Anyone Is asked to Fhomas. This lot .U in the A. LUvarea 91; Mrs. B. Jacobs, 95; H. L. of Starke. were held In Jack- I Theodore Simmons has been official Army training film 1
Yankees best jive to this cause afternoon and doing tbe carpenter work,. D. A. showing the Intricate workings of
has one of her Duncan or Mrs. addition In the northwestern Brownlee, $5; John Tlllakos. $2; sonville Wednesday '
roles tc data as the murderer'sniece. elephone Mrs. section of Starke, and its Knight A Knight, 95; Andrews Interment was In Riverside Judd the brick work M. A. Kite the aircraft warning service and '"
She Idolizes this handsome iCIncald. understood that the price was Motor Company 95:S; Cyrus Sis' Memorial Park. Mr. Moore was the painting Vasco Forsyth the the important part played by I"'
young uncle, played by Joseph around J30O. trunk, 95: Guy's Market, 91! St. a native of Bradford County, plumbing and E. A. Winkler the civilian observers was shown at 0
Cotton, and later tries desper Building PermitsUnder Mr. Thomas, a'druggist from Mark's Auxiliary 923.30; Junior moving to Jacksonville from electrical work. They have taken the Rotary Club Wednesday by a
ately to,, shield the family from Blanding who has also Woman's Club. 910; Presbyterian Starxa about 13 years ago. He Is out lone or two partitions making service men from the, Jacksonville .
21 City Tamp
disgrace when. she alone discovers date of Jan. buildIng worked "extra" at one or two of Auxiliary 95; Park Theatre. $2; curvived by two sisters. Mrs. more storage space, and removedtwo Information Center, Ground Ob- i J.
him to be the notorious fugitive Clerk; Carl Johns granted a the local drug stores, built a F. R. Register 95. Ann M.\, Chapman and Mra. or three wall to add to the server Corps First Fighter Com Vr t
permit for $20O to Contractor Jacksonville convenience of the offices. The mand. The film was also shownurlng
murderer. residence on the property. To those who contributed time, Laura Griff of ; .Lr q'
The logical, but shocking culmination 3. W. Colson to "add two rooms small to Chief Alvarez, he money and material earlier In the and two brothers, D. M. Moore, mala offices are now In the cor the day at B. II. S.., andat ::""j'
is said to be one of the to the present residence for Mrs.and R.make A. taj moved away from this sec- drive the Red Cross aim expresses I Blackthear, Ga.. and M. W, Moore ner of the building-Madison and an evening meeting In the I I l lj
of reneral repairs" Thompson streets. MetAodlat Recreation building.
most gripping cinema moments Ion, and rented the house. ,s thanks. I Ovelda.
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to buy food with it any more than we can HAMPTON centum per annum
paYable ..
$I The Bradford County Telegraph today buy a tire with money alone. By II. U. Wiggins annually 1st of each on January year vldenUli'1"; *'
Oa&&iw Interest >
Established. 1837M.B.WBBR Are we going to unite and put this BAPTIST W. M. IT. being payable Coupon.January, the first l.t |1913 ins"*, ,

Victory Garden over successfully? The W. M. U. of the Baptist the maturing principal and of being,said Payaii e..rilci? ,.atoI ."

Church met at the home of Miss July I 1st iii the years and '
If to do share and amoun':
fLORlM PRISS; ASSOOATION you are willing your a. fellows:
Ada NImmo wtth eight members a.r..
A iA11QNALEDIroRIALASsOciAr.aN' j join heartily in this movement please get present. The Bible study and Author 01'How to Win Friend (Alt lclu.lve) Amount. ".

10.S I in touch with Mr. Clute. scripture were given by the president end Influence People." 2 i "1.00000.000.0"") ,iV;,:.

to L. Matt1lflwa _________ Editor aad Owner Mrs. Jessie Morgan, the 8 1.001),011 I..
regular Royal Service Program 1.00000,, I s.,I
i 1.00000
t1 SUBSCRIPTION KATE There Is A Difference being used. During the business J-J 2.000.00 I hI,,!.

; 41 Yearly $1.15: FIlII Months. .1.00 session plans were made to do 8.9 10-11 2.000.00 a.ooooo) I t I',
Captain Eddie Rickenbacker after
returning 18-13
'4 extra work and donate the money 2.009.00 { ,:

i Published Weekly on Friday and Entered a. o- from his gruelling experience in the to the Red Cross. KEEP YOUR MIND ON YOUR WORKThe 18-11 14-15 2,00000 2.00000 [i U U:

owl Clans Matter at the Pout Office at Starke. Fla. South. Seas and his inspection of fighting During the social hour Hiss year 1876 was an important one In the history of 18-19 20-St 2.00000 2.000,00 it I'':;

fronts, is the only man who has said what Nlmrao, assisted by Mrs. Flora,B. Philadelphia: that year the City of Brotherly Love cele- 22-23 24-25 1.00000( \\l"*
Brown, served tempting refresh brated i i.i world famous 2.000.00
exhibition. and
Kings 227 i"
the American needed to hear in ,
how To people connection -
Keep EatingA ments. 2H-29!
4 queens and presidents visited the city. But an incident !IO-3t 11.000.0'1,) U.'
with production problems., In the occurred that no one paid any attention to at the time. 82-8S 2.000.00 2.00e.01l l1,
; A 'few empty shelves in a grocery store Mr. and Mrs. Bud Hall -pent! 34-35 { ,
and in the reels he said This 2.000.00
news was the burning of
newspapers some peanuts.
the day last Sunday with their 36-37 2.0110.00) M,
pt will do than thousand wordsto
more a printed that if the soldiers could be transferred from son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and A boy 19 years old had come to Philadelphia from Derry 38-31 40-42! 2.000.00.( ]u

make people realize the increasingly vital the hell holes they occupy on the battle- Mrs. Angus Hall. Township Pa., to establish a business of his own. He had 41-45 8.000.00 3,000 00 lOt.ill,

importance of Victory Gardens. Up until Miss Alma Rhoden spent the been working since he was 15 years old, and he had saved 46-48.'- 8.000.00 3,00000( ) ) lu,,,
fronts to our factories and if the employesin I.
now, a Victory Garden has been more or less week-end with Mr. and Mrs. Carl about $50 a year. In other words, he had a total capitalof 62-64 3.000.00 1\;.
the factories could be transferred to the Rhoden. about $200. He had saved this money, penny by penny, 68-80 55-87 8.000.00 3.000.00 |jl;'
of a hobby but before months |1Payabre '
M many more battlefronts, production i in this country There will be a fifth Sunday and now he was ready to go into business for himself. lIe aM to both principal. aix,,

have elapsed, it might become a matter of would double in thirty days. meeting of the' Christian Churchesof poured every cent he had into his venture. He had chosen Treasurer Interest at In the and office of, the of th t'lty* (:it.01,

I grim necessity.W. this' section held at the Chris- Philadelphia, looking forward to the crowds that would Stark,. Florida and.WHISUKA8 .
Dy the tone of his voice and his expression the i-altl Jurist, ,,
T. Clute, chairman of the county tian Church In Hampton Sunday swarm into the city during the Centennial exhibition. the 6th day of January 1H! .|. tit"
you cou'.U: see that he was disgusted Jan. 31. All welcome. He had set up'a small shop where he made candy and Florida issue. an requiring order against It through Iho State of,g
Victory Garden Committee is making th
1 a .with the Pollyanna talk' about work- Waldon Wadaworth told U8 to sold it to the school children in the neighborhood. A bar Htate Attorney for the Jflfllll'Judl..lal } '
serious effort to interest in this I to his frlenda that he Is Circuit of the Htatr ni
i ers at home being classed as filling "battle report sold for a penny. He had worked out an idea of his own to Florida to chow cause before ui<
phase of home defense! and he has summedup : still doing the same old thing make the candy more tasteful. This was the addition of Court at 2:00: P. M. liloik ",
stations. January 30th A. Ti. JIMt.: at Ihi I
seven reasons why it is of vital import peanuts. This was an additional expense which he could <'ounty; Court Iloune. In ,. i
MI... Woodrow Hicks Miss N.rk'i
Captain Rickenbacker emphasized that and afford-but I Bradford County Florida |
hardly anything to improve his candy. One I Water, and Hewer Revenue ,.
ance at this time: Helen Kalch the week-end i>rti..,
1 nothing the people in this country can do spent morning he shelled his peanuts, slipped off the skins, put flvatea. should not be validated .u<1
In Jacksonville visiting Miss Willie I conflimed and, by aid
older ,
1. We now have the smallest numberof lh.1
will in any measure equal what the boys on Fay Steele. them in a pan and set it on the stove. II I said Oourt did direct the Clerk .11 i
men working on farms since 1925. Suddenly he heard a noise out in the street. He listened Bald Court to make and pulilM 1
the battle lines ara doing. They don't get Mills Lois Ditty our fifth and I ibis nntlri' now therefore, :NoTHI"
_I 2. Demand for food is greater now than Hixtn grade teacher, visited in ,and his feet began to tap. A circus parade! Bands. Clowns. I I 18 HKKKBV OIVKN: TO Tlii'l'AYIltm : TAX,
overtime and they work day and nightif .,$ _>NI CITIZENS' OF SAIli/
pay Elephants. Tigers. Fun. Of course a country boy (he had j
ever In our history. WIlliston 'last week-end and while I CITY OF1 STAUKH, IIHAIWOHDIl'OU1TY )
necessary. there was entertained by her parents been born on a farm) couldn't resist the excitement, so he : FLORIDA that you. an
3. We have already reached shortage ;you. are hereby; required.
The people agree with Captain Ricken and (1)) locked the front door of his tiny store, and ran down the ,, to show. cause, If any you him
_ in many items. S Mrs.\ Geraldine Williams MrP. street. to see the parade. What fun! I .before the Honorable A. Z. Adknn
backer. Just because some of us wear "tinhats" I Judge of the above named Cuuri
d 4. Regardless of what the Governmentis Ruth Matchett and Mrs. Evelyn At last, the parade was out of sight, and he started back I at the County Court HOUHK J IrStarke I
at home,' we don't want to become May were In Gainesville Tuesdayon to his little store his mind still the I : Bradford County Florid
on circus. As he I
trying to do, this shortage will increase approached at 2:00 clock on January 30ifc:
swelled up with the idea that we are filling a shopping tour. the door he smelled something. He opened the I A. I>. 1943. why Hald Water urn

more and more as time goeson. "battle stations"-we are not. Battle stations Mr. and Mrs. J. E. 'Adkins anddaughlerinIaw door.. No doubt now what it was. His peanuts! I I Sewer not: l be Revenue validated Certlficatea and coijClrm.d.1kadford sh'.uIi. ,

Mrs. Clarice Ad- He stood looking at the worthless I County TelegraDli .
crisp and he
are where the bullets fly and men are pellets, I duly qualified newspaper of g.n.
5. Every bit of food grown in Victory klna were seen In the shopping made a resolve, then and there. Hereafter, all through his I era! circulation. published' In fit
dying; where men work as long as there is cent r of Gainesville/one day this life I City of Starke Bradford C'nunii"
when he
_ Gardens will not only help to feed week. roasted peanuts he would keep his mind on I Florida. In hereby designated j.
something to do ; where orders .ar obeyed ; his work. He would concentrate. I the newspaper In which this nntlt-. ,
the family of the grower but will release Raleigh A. Brannen had business I shall he piihllMhed. on the folio
where overtime pay and profits are not an in Jacksonville That boy was Milton S. Hershey, famous the world I Inir dates: January, Sth 1943 Jan
just that much food for our Sunday. I 16th January 22nd 114. :
around the wiry
as originator of the chocolates.
issue ; and where the perpetuation of liberty Barbara Home says the eighth Hershey I and Jnmtaiv 29th 1B41
Army and Navy. Milton S. Hershey made I IN: WITNESS W1IEIIKOF I hai
a of his
wonder of the world is that she success keeping mind <
for the individual I
and freedom are the guiding hereunto vet hand and affluxthe
my '
G. The lend-lease plan will take a tremendous "stayed home all day last Sun on his business when he was roasting peanuts. Twenty-five I official I Heal of said Court iStarke

_ amount of food and Victory stars. day." years from that day he sold his business for exactly a railI I, thla 6th., Bradford day of County.January, Klnrldi, A. 1'
No matter how tough your job at home A. Myer of Norfolk Naval Station lion dollars. U43. -
_ Gardens will help increase the supplies I I (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thorn
might be you're still "getting off easy" old was visiting : parents IV
CIHCHT COt liT. nil \UFOnU plaintiff seeks divorce. Bradford An Clerk of the Circuit Court
for lend-lease. Mr. and Mra. J. L. Myer, last ('OITNT". FLORIDA I ** (,'H.\-. County: Telegraph. Khali publish Bradford County. Florida.
and don't it !
_ 7. As our enemies are conquered, they man, week-end. Paul'Weber('ElI 1. Plaintiff vs. Con- Order Witness In next my hand four weekly and Itiauea. I I I _J 1-8 4t l-l!'

Erlward Saxon and Buster 'I ntance M. Hall Weber Defendant. al Starke *"lorl lthin official Heal iv (.RCI'IT roi'HT, IIIItI)1OHr
will have to be fed. Victory Gardens A Model DaughterA Green have Just returned froma Case No. 2276.ORDER 4th, 1943.OFFICIAL. _< January|I I I (OIYvTz'. KLOHlHAl IX: ('hA'
will to do it. OP PUBLICATION ( SEAL) A. J. Thomas CHRV.Oladya
South Florida "looking" tour AND NOTICK TO APPEAR An Clerk of Bald Court. Townsend' Northacker Plain

': l We citizens of Starke have a lot of grandmother gazed into the little face (looking for a Job with the work STATK M. OF Hall FI.oRIDA Weber whose to: Constance real.- Florida.W. C. 2-Zardesty Atty. for, Plf.Daytona Reach, Casa tiff, No.va. 2277.Howard A, Northacke'

picked out). rtence is 40 Bayer Court (.11.....' 1-8 4t 1-29 OIU>EU. OF PlIBLIOATION
k8 home-folks who know how to plant and of a new born grandchild and out of the Miss Jean AdkIns was Manor Street London, R W. 'S, AND NOTICE TO APPEAR

and who also know how to fullness of her heart said to the little visitingher England aml P. o. Address; Is !NOTICE OP ADOPTION STATE OF FLORIDA to: Houar.
t grow gardens one grand parents, Mr.: and Mrs. care of TornquUt Hotel, Torquay; Notice la hereby A. Northacker. 6403 Seabury H<
farm, ,thereby giving us sufficient knowledge (who could not know her language) "I hope J. W. PrIester In Lake. Butler last South You Devon are required, farmland.. to appear on orable undersigned A. Z.will Adkiiie apply% Judge to the Hon-I the 'land Klmhurnt New. York.Queen Cb.) Long !I.

1 and intelligence to properly handle you will be to your mother the same com Saturday. February 1st., 1943 in the above Court at tola office In titai'ke. I You are required .'to appear o>
Mr. and Mrs. D. W. Kelly of named Court and cause, wherein ida; on February 8. 1843 for an February 1st., 1943. in the abo
I Victory Gardens. fort and joy'your mother has to me. In all Winter Haven visited Mrs. Kelly'sparenls. plaintiff seeks divorce. Bradford !ydtr i. adoption for William named. Court and cause, where',
County Telegraph shall publish Mlcheal Duke age two plaintiff seeks divorce. Hr ad foil
this year
4h We have within the fenced-m area of the years of her life she has never broughtto Mr. and Mrs.' Jim Ad- Order In next four weekly "".UN. Virginia l>. McConochle County Telegraph shall publish tb,
klns last week-end. Witness, my hand and official seal I Daniel Duncan McConochle. Order In next: four weekly |I."u..
I Starke a large number of lots, vacant plots me one single care, one uneasy moment." I at Stark.> Florida this January 1-t Bt J-Ii Witness my hand and official.'
4th. 1943. at
Starke Florida this Januar
: of land that have heretofore grown grass What a beautiful tribute to pay a'' (OFVlCIAI.' SEAL) A. J. Thomas ICIR'VIT: COURT. K t GilT n 4'h. 1543.OFFICIAL.
GUM BRANCHBy As Clerk of said Court. JIUICIAL. CIHCIIT Of VLOR- ( SEAL) A., J. Thonu
and weeds that have created unsightly conditions daughter. W. C. Hardenty, Duytonft Beach 11..N AM FOR BUAItKOMU A* Clerk of said Court.W. .
Mrs. T. N. Norman Florida.: ; Atty. for Plf. 1-8 4t 12CCIHCriT (.OIjN.rY. C. Hardenty Daytona Fear
_ and fire hazards. These vacant lots These are days when young people, CITY OF 8TAHKR. a municipality Florida, Atty. for Plf. 1-8 4t 1-:

and plots should all be put into cultivation usually, are not so thoughtful of parentsas Frank Overstreet of''Jackson I" COURT. BntDFORD In Florida the County of Bradford: State of IN CIRCUIT COTRT. BRADFORIOir
ville spent the week-end here (OraTy FLORIDA! 1 L% CHAN. : PETITIONER <- TV. FLORIDA IY VIIAi
under the Victory Garden Plan., they should be. The age is a fast one with his brother. T. W. Over- valley. "oP I CRaY.Bolette .

_ It is proposed that each owner cultivate and young people feel that they have to street. Louts Winter ORDKR Winter Defendant.Plaintiff
as many lots of his own as he can and give keep pace with the movement of the times. Mr. and Mr.. J. S. Sapp were AND NOTICE OP PUBLICATION TO APPEAR TOTH- TAXPAYERS- Case ,No.[ JIPfTnLIC'ATIOS 2281. .
visiting Mr. and Mrs. Bob Crawford STATE OF FLORIDA to AND CITIZENS I
Annie! OF
I to others the use of those he is unable to This, pace-kee ping 1 is not conductive to near Lawtey Sunday.Mr. Winter"roadway.co| New Joseph. York* Demov: 146 ri'RK} CoUNTY A MuNICIPALITY TIlE ('ITY OF IN, STATE AND NOTICE OF FLORIDA TO APPEAR to: Arr
City New OF
cultivate himself. thoughtfulness of mothers and fathers. Possibly : and Mra B. M. McRae York. STATE OF FLORIDA 131tAViORu, Crottlieb Rage whose residence

_ The committee 0 n Victory Gardens there is not an antagonistic spirit, and sons Benny and Lynn. of February You are 1st.required, 1943 to in appear the above on Florida WHEREAS, a the municipality City of in Stark.the, I Norwegian First Place Seaman's Brooklyn Church.New York I

.I 'would like to see every piece and parcel of there is not a desire to be disobedient; thereis Mrs.Pine E.Level.S. Sapp were Sunday.visiting Mr. and named plaintiff Court seeks and divorce.cause, Bradford wherein County Ida. the of petitioner Bradford In mate the above of Flor entitled I February You are l.required t., 1943 to in appear the abo i

4 land within Starke put under cultivation as no purpose to overlook the essential o{ Mrs. Carlton Chastain and little Order County In Telegraph next four shall weekly publish leau..this... of January cause A.did I>. 1943 on file the with 6th and day!:, plaintiff named Court seeks and divorce cause and, where chaw

do but daughter of Jacksonville spent Witness my hand and official, seal present to Honorable A. Z. Adklns, of name. Bradford County Tel
soon as it is reasonably possible to so. proper living, just thoughtlessness a .* Florida, this one of the Judge of the above graph shall .
January publish this Ordernext
of last 8t1ar '
part Week with 'her parents 4th. ,, ., named Court a petition for
will have the with the the the four weekly Issues.
-S This committee believes that it keeping up crowd because Validation of
j Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Sapp. OFFICIAL SEAt A. J. Thomas Revenue Water and Sewer I Wltn..... my hand and ofMclal '

hearty cooperation of all the people of crowd has the attraction.It Mr. and Mra. V. H. Keen and T.As Frank Clerk of Landrum said Court., Stark Florida, of Starke Certificate Florida. In of said a"'City rre- at 4th,Starke 1943.iOFFICIAL. Florida this Janus

: is a wonderful thing to find a daughter little son of Lawtey were visiting Atly. for Pir. 1.8 4t 1.1111;; cat tificate amount. In denomination.of 10.00000.I In of Cer I SEAL) A. 3. Thorn
*! As Clerk of aald
Starke.Will Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Overstreet ''IY CIRCt'lT / BRADFORD' ""/ no each dated July tut 11.M '. Court.
: it pay us to put in Victory Gardens whose first thought is of mother and Sunday. COUNTY. FLORIDA* IN CHAN. with Interest at the rate of X per Florida. 1-fardeety Atty. for Plf.Dartona 1-g 4t Beat 1-1

? Can we make- money out of them? her happiness and contentment. Too manyof Bernard lhJltY. *f. Miller, Plaintiff vs, .

Can 'we get the seed? Can we hire the labor? the children of the present day feel little RISING L..dla dant.. I Case Panhukowa. Ho. tt19OROEK .Miller, Defen I I.

: Can we get intelligent instructions as to responsibility in their duty to their ,parents, IM...... Kaaier; Moraaan AND NOTICE OP PITBLJOATION-TO APPEAR: Windows On New Wor1ds<

and especially, in the matter of to thema STATE OF FLORIDA to
planting different crops? These many bringing Mr. and Mrs. Ernie Normanand PaHhukowa Miller. whose residence Ixsdla

other questions will be raised by the shrewd feeling of contentment and assurance. children and Mrs. Norman's la Unknown.You are .required. to appear on Ha'pl; ttlq; is no beget a joke with the new electron micro.

: business men of our town. But children are not all to blame. Many"times mother. Mrs. Howell. all of February 1st., 1943, in the above scope which makes visible a whole world that has previously
.. ..
GaInesville. were visiting Mr. Nor named been too small (or :-.1- ,
and to
cause, wherein gjujy
"Where there's a will, there's a way. parents are at fault and they fall to man's mother. Mrs. J. E. Norman plaintiff seeks divorce. Bradford

Next fall we'll all look back and be happy impress upon their children the obligationsdue and Mr. and Mrs.' Eddie Norman Order County In Telegraph next four shall weekly publish liMues.this --- "

Sunday.Joe Witness my hand and official' seal
that we considered'the welfare of our families parents. at titarke Florida this
Norman was visiting the 4th, _
the patriotism of ourselves rather Girls, boys appreciate that mother. U43.10FFIAI.
bedside of his brother Robert .. SEAL) A- J- Thomas

than the money we might be able to make She is the best friend you will ever have Norman of Jacksonville who is ill. W.. Clerk C. Hardenty of said Court.Duytona Beach

or' -save by 'cultivation of Victory Gardens. and she is worthy of all the thought and : were Mr.in and Jacksonville Mrs. Eddie Norman Florida.; Atty. -for Plf. i-g 4t l- V .r( 1 1j

The time will I soon come when no matter love you can bestow upon her. business. Monday on IY CmCI'.T (Eit'RT BRADFORD
('OLI'rY.' FI.O
D4. .Y
.I how much money we have, we'll not be able -Clay County Crescent.be Mr. and Mrs.' Thomas Edward Matteo.JRY.
Lewis of Perla Plaintiff vs.' : Maria
scent Sunday niovanna Perla. Defendant, r1...

: LAWTEY entirely of the dlacuaalon .type.I Jr., ron of Mr. nd Mn. O. J. Lewis here and visiting Mr. and Mrs.Mrs.. Worthy I NO.. 2J7SORIER. OF' PUBLICATION- ----

Not drawing any denominational I Anders advlsws that he Is some Jeff AND NOTICE TO APPEAR
By: F. R. CatTMdliM11US Lewis. I STATE OF FLORIDA to: Maria -'
_ lines the weekly clasa is open for where in the Pacific and from: Mr. and Mrs. fllovanpa' Perla. Monte Santa AneFoMl -
MOVES Walter Under- In. Prut'inc. di .,. Country of 1. U.ine particle of electricity 1
STATION any and all to come for a moat all acounts la having the time of hill's daughter Hazel and two Italy.You instead of light the instrument Crystals dust particle,diseaw
-The Florida Motor LJnen. and enjoyable. evening to study the children of are required to appear on make producing viruses can be enlarged)
: hi* !'lfe. He asks about numerouit Jacksonville are February mosquito's stinger 1/1000
1st., 1943, in the above to a million times to examine tlte'natUl'
a Orange Boa Lines station In. moving Word? of God.lesson No fees, nor offering This- people and wants news of his spending a few days with them named Court and cause., wherein the diameter of a hair, look like this. and, structure.
nor preparation.
this .week. I
from the drug store to the
I Is not a aeries of lectures nor old home. His address Is OwenJ.

Gulf Itatton Wednesday. The station sermons. Rather, simple but vital Anders, U. S. M. C. Unit 425: Not .- \"

will be equipped with soda sincere study of what the Bible co| Postmaster San Francisco t. spare everybody with dollar Sentinelsof "II4;
: fountain and compleie line of teaches. Everyone Invited. Time: Calif. The other letter wan from I str.l htbnt shoot a. ton '-

bottled drlnka. Thli* move la be- 8 P. M. Place: In a home. In town Capt. Bill C. Wainwright tellingua t shoot straight to everybody the bank can HealthDon't I #. .Z04a.4
to be announced.. Leader of clasa of hit recent Illness which and }
Ins made to facilitate t-e handling buy War BoBd Bay Neglect Theml I I ?1k.w

of conjeatlon at bus time. Station Forbes E. Fuller. prevented hIs being here for the 10% every pay day.l.f.l2SXI'r. your Nature deelnd the kidneys to do a I M'.H
will open formally Thursday holidays.' He has effected a complete I marveloiu. )Job. Their' task. la to ....p tbe !_ ,( i iJ. '_
LAUTKY: BAITIST CHURCH and la flo-lni blood itra.m free of an exeaes of .:.:. .E14itf.
for ,
recovery looking "I'RT. .
when the public is Invited to Jan. 31st. nitAOFOHD toile impurttlae. Tb. act ef 1I"ln-/a ..
r. Humliiy ,
'I'Y. rI.oIsig.. .
ward to hla t'IIAS. .I/-Ia!
seeing friends
many con.t.ntly producing
look the place over. Louis Manning ( ';It,. wute
10 A. M. School. 11 A. matte the' "' remove from -
Sunday shortly. Arthur J. Tllman :r.bb'::
la contracting the outside 1IIahaia Plaintiff vs the blood If I le to ..
end of the remodeling while M. Morning Worship. Continuing dan. Case I..na No...o..t Tilman. Deren. When the kidney fail to function ..
Bt S 8'IIE..1'1 I 1215. Nature Intended there la
Judge "Bull" Durham .U handling series of Bible characters. This ..orthh.vad "0............ ORIi.1t nF t'I'RLIC'ATION! waste that may eauee body-wide retention die.ol
Interior wee't: "Enoch." 4U: A. M. 4:3:1: : A. M. AND NOTIt1N TO APPEAR Ire... One may auffer natclnc backache,
the decorating. 10:20: A. M. 10:43 A. M. STATE OF FLORIDA to: Mah.la perel.tent headache,attacliaof'dlaalneea. -
7 P. M. Young People. 8 P. M. UII: P. M. 11:43: P. M .* Pot.t T"'an. WHOM r .id..nr. t."ln. up nlghu. ...UIa.. puffin l .. 3. Portable operating from f"j
BIBLE CLASS OI'KNS: Evangelistic Service. Continuing J-IO: P. M. Not to U'villa In Old Boonton.' Road Towmco. New under the ey..-fed tired, aervoua.Frequent .u lines ordi4.. After the war, it may be us
1:IS I'. M. S:43: IV M. J.r..y; and who. p. O. AddV.. wora out. nary power It espected to in many uciue- .ample. 5
Thursday night at 8 P. M. will studies In Gospel of Mark.weinc.day 9-55: P. M. 1:21: P. MOvlll iMCl W,"*"* A.ronutU-aI Corpo! ,ecanty or burning pauiea speed war research-in laboratories searching for the IWT of such d
:mark',the opening of The Screen ':60 P. M. ., only "o'i: t.r New J.r*.y. are eometlmee further evidence ol kidBey of colleges and war plants. cause
Feb. 3rd. { eases as the cold.
Bible Class tU P. M. IU: P. M arc to appear on or bladder dltturb.no-, common
a week-night Bible Prayer Meeting I and Bible ltOS: A. M. IIOP.: Mvl11 February 1st.. 1943., in the above The recocnlMd and proper treatment
study class meeting! in one of : Study. for Ea..".... '' !ISl.Tjr.li li Court and Ie.diuretic medicine to kelp. the kidneys General Electric believes it. first
Subject study unrfer H:17 P. V. "us. wherein ft rid ol ezceee poieoaoua body ... duty a.> a
the homes In town. Using the : "Doctrine of Man": "Man's Original 3:55: A. M. Not tq IHalaraturf County T.I..raPh seeks divorce..hall Flradfordubll'h Lee ,,* 't PiMa. They :have d.more food citizen is to be a good soldier.
Imple outline atudy. booklet recommended 7:25 A. M. \\' Orll..r In thS, than forty yean of public. approval. Are General
State." : .1O A. M. next tour weekly ...u._. esdor.s4. tbe 0_. Joust CfHc Company. 5eA.rMcfecf>. N. Y.j ;
.,, by Dr. Win.' l. Pettln- S-55 P. M. 1-10: ,P.: M. a.' Ii.lVi?."" hand? and official l seal Do**.. Sold! at all liyy. ..tnreaiDOANS a _t5 ->.. __.'
gill. recent speaker at both Law- The malls bring letters from St. Ausuatlne Tallaliasptfs lih iw. FlorIda. this' January .; : 1- :'".,:f1b-.r.t < ,,!lt'T'--
tew and Starke. the Berean Bible two of our boys In service. One ?:*O A. &1. t 1:10::JO A.P. M M..JO iOI.Fit'tAt. SEAL) A. .7. Thomas ( ;

r _Clas will be for adults and will from Owen James (Red) Anders 'Palatka:11 P. :M. Lake'. P.City: M. A.w.: Clerk i'S. Hardesty..f acid: e"urt.Daytona Reach, PILLS :GENERAL,. :ZLEDTItICii. .
I Ploridis. Atty. foe Pit. -
1-S 41 t.12 .
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School Journal I I HI F!i

bradford High I,, _:: J"'ji)

Llitor-ln-chlef, KIUTOK1AL: _,_STAFF Idalou Davis New Books RentedAt Ima Snooper 'General' Riser Frosh HighlightsThe (Each ana wuiU week purlruii In this ui"pnc umcunit.. will be wb.priienld..... ....m.a U plcttir naw*.) # :11 I

Uorts Editor Virginia Sewell Small CostMr. And His Staff T''
nlor Reporter ._ -- June BIos ir,wdy, partners-how air 'ya? March of Dimes was start C Wiley Blount Rutledge. named to succeed '

", Club -. -._j.---- Patsy Keen Smith has announced thata 'Hyar's your Horse-Back Hannah Doing Good Job *>d this week In our room with James F. Byrnes, became the first justice of 1'i

ociety ._._ Alice June Harding new feature of the will with 'ya again''bringing you the Jerome Johns, Bob Turner, Her- the U. S. Supreme court to be selected by '
News ,.____ Jewell Powell library latest via pony express. Really Well well Coach Riser has decided beit Flllyaw, L a von Alvarez, President Roosevelt from the federal Judici t''
a8S soon be for the of thestult He
ready use had
ary. served since 1039
Dee Club ..______ Lels NewsomeLgraphles nts. New books have been dUlrVt think I'ft make It though to drop the "coach" and George Oliver, Robert Sapp, Char Justice of the Court of Appeals as an for associate the District ""\ 't'i
__:._ Eva Fay Galney received which will be checkedout after taking those exams." Boy, take on the little title of "gen les Thornton. Robert Sauberan of Columbia. !.
1 Martha Markeyp the' teachers really put us eral." After all, be Is a general ant Don P n t r a y volunteeringto \1,
for the small of five .
______ Shirley Colley charge through. you know. He has some pretty fill a book. We hope to go Little known outside of legal circles, the ( <
Squad cents for the of 48-year-old '
the book for Kentucky-born
use Jurist is
a graduate
knil -*-____._ Clarice Thomas three days. This is a very cheap Spotted &: Jotted-Glimpsed at swell looking officer, too., Take over the top with this campaign i the University of Colorado law school. He :. ; ,
eclal Features ___ Nina Bishop way of getting books to read. stag. play at U. S. O. Sunday for instance, Capt. Lorene Moncilef. as we did with the Red Cross I practiced law In Boulder Colo., then returned ::i'i'of ;

:dna Edwarda. Marjorie GilderEDiTORIAL Besides getting the and night enjoytn' the show-June B., That taU brunette fresh- and Tuberculosis bangles. to the university to teach tie has also served ,
enjoyment MarJ Grider, Mis? Stump and man of the second' period class. A. T, Andrews, Coolidge Ga sett |I as dean at Washington university in St. Louis ':
pleasure out of reading a good and at the
Miss Peterson. Freddie, Virginia, Capt. Moncrl e f' s two 'Lts. are and Lamarr Weaver were In the University of Iowa law school. 1<1\; i
book will be
for other we books. helping Since It to is pay all and Wanda Just a-sellln' ticketsto Jewell Carter and Margaret I boxing \bouts at the Armory last I IFrldiy. I Considered as a successor to the late Justice !' ;

Birthday Ball in front of theP. Stringfellow. two of our most Jerome Johns and* Ralph Cardozo Justice Rutledge recommended ;,
|H\T Tin UNITED STA1KSIKANS in our favor let us use these O. Saturday. Ran on Betty vivacious Juniors. Now on downto Alvarez sold tickets I for the that Felix Frankfurter be chosen instead A j I 1 ;
TO ME boons and get all of the benefit. ; I Wiley BlounlKulledge Democrat Justice Rutledee is In accord.with :
Palmer and Coolidge Gannettstrollln' the fourth period. Wow! Folkshere' fights. c'the
To me, the United States means The books have been selected! by President's social and political views. ,Ii:
down hall tother day some clagv. So I've heard Our Science exams have been ...
which I hold dear student body. The majorityof '
that You call In fact heard the General I ; ;
can Just me a sad says completed with grades ranging ,
Sinjs feel but cannot ade- them, are by such well-known ,
I can '
Sally from now on folks. Looks that there is none better at Blan- from 70 to 97, and we are goingto '

Viteiy Vani freedom exprel58."To- fre me e d America 0 m of whom authors everyone as Livingston enjoys and reading.Grey, like nil the available men in town d'ng. The commanding officer of take up a study of communicable Supplies Arrive at Malta ..r

are Joining the armed forces- this company Is that cute blonde dlseams In an effort to cooperate -
Lech of religion, free- -E. E. .
freedom -"- -
Alumni: i Buck McMillan. Walter Fieahman Betty Palmer. Capt. with our State Dept, of \!O' '.. \'
Im and the right .
of the press King and Harold Johnson, not to P's most able Lt, is Eva: Faye' Health. "
of happiness in aLy I .
thc pursuit not infringe Vox Pop, Jr. mention Bruce McCall leaving Gainey, one of our popular seniors J. C. Parker's father painted' a'bannr ,'.
that does upone Starlie for the briny (deep. 'Sho who is leader of the first
for to In ,
"Dear Editor our room
of my fellow citIzens.America : carry 11,
rights will mills these wolfish Wilburs platoon. Boy! does she step them
means little children I am very much In love with A I the parade of scrap and It was ,iI"
I around to brighten the street around and can: they Lt.
contentedly In the yard, boy who Is ugly. Every time I I up step. certainly carried with pride. ', !
iiylng corners. But If and when Frances Noegel Is Just doing /
thwt having to break for an go with him all the girls laugh I your We are striving to Improve our {
Uncle Sammie calls wonders for her platoon.
r-I'ald shelter at the first dron- at mI). What hall I do? I love you. you attendance record for that half '
gotta a-runnln'. from tho C. O.lay"! that her :
Hound of approaching planes. 1 him too much to throw him aalde. go day holiday and lately It has been ; ;
r Hiar thone the Dramatics, platoon has Improved very much
America means the right to sect And It I go with him 1 am always plays Improved. \
Club Is producing are quite good.Can't and keeps Improving. Lt. DorothyRivei' -Bob Turner
hose who I'epr e a e n t us. made fun of Which shallI ,
: has a cute little platoon of I
ever tell-we might havea .
\ .
lni.rica means hot-dogs and do-break my heart. or let the ,
Sa-lo Heart-Burn In mid seventh graders and they are
ca-Colas, fire works on the girls laugh at me ? our t. Senior Biographies :,1,
doing simply terrIfic Patsy",
Watch the Birdie-We'll TakeA '
bm-th of July, and a boy and A High School Student Keen Is also a good Lt. She t
Candid Camera Shot-Ran onFranoes very
|rl strolling together on a moonlight Dear High .School Student: I has what It taken to "ten.shun" I 1'SSIl1.1': : : EUNIFEEsale 1 ,( "
Noegel striking an angelic say Mae began life in JoJIel'by:
In June. America means I Don't break your heart. Those and results. //I! .fi I
ealy i
for her b. f. other Sunday get
pone on December 11, 192(). Very soon '
hammock and mint Julep In I I girls couldn't be Jealous, could ;II Well guess we'll on i ,_ .
reath Heal'Noegel's mosey _
tmmer leaves and bud- could! Go' a swaying palm. she moved to Lawtey. "
budding they Certainly, they down to Sixth '
period clasn. Capt.
Ing romances In spring, falling I I i out with him Just as much as be.I -'I quite camera-happy. How Dot Faxon This i brown-halied, blue-eyed ;
about taking a picture of me, presides senior la now 5' 6" tall and 120 i'i'I"
LiviM, wood smoke, and long fore. When they see that their' .i
some presiding, too. Kind I of
Frances, while I'm toiling over pounds, and started to school 1 1Lawtey. In $.W.N,$ \
Ikes in the fall, snow, rain, and I I laughter does not hurt you In apy makjs some of boys Jealousto ,
In winter. Yes, will soon So let by trusty (rusty too, I might She completed n i n e; ; t .
irUtmas way they stop. add, ) Remington. sec the WilY wf gills take to I grades there and then she unite ".'_ :::1 --- ---- I __
nerita means doing! that whichyes them laugh. this marching doesn't. it? Willa
| and simple enjoy- Editor. Say Mary Jo, is that lovely kerchief herself with the B, H. S. studen In spite of all that the Axis ean do he British manage to keep
pleasure that you have been wearinga Jean Malone, blonde freshman "tl body, (heir bane at Malta supplied with food, ammunition, and other necemilllc -
Dear Editor
i nt. : one of their Louies. I ..
Pretty gOOd,1 Here native stevedores are shown carrying ashore supplies taken '
America means Army I am in love with a senior. I gift from Roy I heard some- It evident that Essie Mae
Jut: now, [ he<1:'. Merry Beth Knight, alto: From a convoy by a barge.
fainlng Centers our boys In broke his heart last year! Now] thing to that'effect the o* :er day a I'eshman, only this time, a1 1 i likes to chew gum. She ultra.

aid on active duty at foreign he won't ,even speak to me. I am I and I want you to affirm It. Yes brunette, Is also a Louie Sorryto likes: working:; bookkeeping I !

Lies, men and women working really and truly sorry, but It just "I' >'o" lear, that Lt. Knight I Is confined 'horseback riding, swimming and

Irlously, In defense plants all seems I can't tell him Do you] If ;you haven't been In on.anyof to her home with the I I walking In the woods alone. She I 'Burgers Become Biscuit-Topped Pic

\\er the country to speed up pro- 'have any suggestions at. to what; he Interesting, conventions mumps. Her top-kick I Mary I dislikes: English, deceitful people I

Lctlon, farmers striving with, all I can do ? that Martha and Eva Faye carryon Weldon, Is doing the work while and physical education. "

lelr stubborn persistence to pro- Broken-hearted, Sorry Me. then you are in for a treat. she Is away. Good luck, Surge I'! After graduation! she wants to I4- -

lice enough food to supply the Dear Broken-hearted: Eva Faye Is well up on the moron Marble Reddish Is another of be a bookkeeper' Since she likesIt ,

eds of our armed forces, our For goodness sake! If you were jokes (of course, you under Capt. F'a Lts. Boy, we sure can and has made special prepara. "" ii ,

vlllan population and our allies. heartless enough to break his stand) and can keep you laughingfor pick them. And then we have, lion, there la no reason why she it1

But tomorrow will mean-must heart toO rely you have the stuffIt hours Lt. Clarice Thomaa adding I a I should! not be successful. You : '

lean-peace, happiness, love and takes to apologize. Oh-by the way Freddie, does toucn of senior dignity and doing ;: can do It Essie Mae, we know ,

tighter again. And'it will-just Kdltor. "Ju.il.>r Jingles" mean that you right well for herself. Oh that. ( !

pa wait and see! Dear Editor: Juniors have so much money thatIt Deloros Creekmore, riunette t12!
Margie( Patel I am in love with a boy who has begun to make a noise? ior, In there giving orders ye8'1 I MARGUERITE: UILPIN } t.. j j"t

dltor's note: It gives us a great does not love me. He would love Hat Bland Clippings: Herbert the rest. Thin tall Irish lass was born

tal of pleasure to print such me more I believe, if two girls and Lora strolling down Call C'.iier up boys, we'll try to give in the hills Arkansas.. The ::

forthy! articles written by our hadn't acted as If they cared fOI' Street last Sunday afternoon. Gas the line up on your officers next date was March 2, 1924 and I It

u.IeDts. It shows that we are him. If these glils would leave Is rationed but there's nothing to week. But I have a feeling that I I was a windy,.day, we could say '

ell. aware about what is going him alone I could again win his,| stop, you from using your feet we /Kills are. going to. give youa she came with the wind. Before "t ;

and what's more we apprecl- love for myself. What shall I is there, Herb? real race. Just you wait and I she was of school age, she movedto

le Ihlo land Qt ours. do to make him see I love him!, I ji-pt heard that those plays / see. Octa, Missouri where she be- A '

moie than they? How can I make) that the dramatics club Is rehearsing News Box. I gan the lengthy road to "Educa- ; r

fth Grade NewsThis him love me again? I I are gonna be real tlon." When In the 4th grade, "
a Waiting she moved back to Arkansas
Can't wait to them.
I honeys. see 10th Grade Boys -
week the Freshmen girls Dear Waiting: I Somebody said that William whore she completed the fifth, 's! ; ', ___j rfj 4 i

;d has been busy filling book- You aie a love-sick child. Why Baker has really got the knack The boys of the tenth gradeare I sixth and seventh grades.Thea, --- -. ,- : 'I

$ for the March of Dimes. So don't you wake up and realize for' action, but then I wouldn't discouraged a b 0 u-J getting on November 11, 1936, she came j

I' we have filled five. Dorothyott that It that boy liked you he'd know, that half day out of school. They to ''The Land of Sunshine." 1k44 !

: filled two, Soletto S. one, find you? Don't waste your time Msiry Beth, that local lad that haven't had 'a perfect day yet. Her greatest ambition la to be- 4

ogene N. one. and the class trying to gain his affection. A seems to have developed a sudden Those 13: minute talks in biology come a Telephone Operator In a ,;

|led the pther. little competition might open his liking for you couldn't have the have the poor tenth grade, boys big city. Take Richmond, Vs., it ,.___J :' ,
We have been discussing our eyes. If It doesn't, then there fore-runners of R. M. could be? pulling their hair and biting their for instance. "

.S3 pins quite a bit lately and are many fish in the sea whohavjn't Sounds possible but then there's. fingernails.Mack Her greatest desjre Is for the -.---- -,-".--,-- r.t...s..t.fe.J'Sd1. p.uJ. Cosr Y",: t,1

erybody seems to be highly in- been caught yet. only e. tlon. surely has his troubles. until soft ; c
Editor. eougge war to end so that her soldiercan from a roll to a new Cook onion In butter : .
es ed. Would somebody please tell me He just has to make an A In come home. ESCAPING become main and yellow. Add hamburKor. salt I 1

Now for Just a wee bit of the Dear Editor: who the handsome lad Is that Algebra and a certain little girl biscuit topping-asay and pepper and cook until lightly ; ,
She likes fried chicken (who dish Plo with '
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Seems. to mee How can a poor fellow like me Inserted won't let him hilt browned stirring occasionally. Add
weekly gossip. warranted having his picture keep mind on I pie. Fluffy Hum ford baking ,
doesn't? onion I and Ice aa '
) pie, s
Earl Perry might tell us ditch a gill ? I seem to be the on the Inside of Lois N.'s his woik. 'Vell. f9lks, let's quit powder biscuits are baked atop each green hearts tomatoes and sugar. '
devotion. There Is cream. Also, a certain tail, dark, nilxlni wall. Place In 6 well givasod.lnJlvl j. ,
Ich one of those cute blondess center of her billfold. Take a tip, Toodles- kidding, there's a wonderful cam Int:1\! iIIuQI pie-but start from the tll hes. Sift toIVll .
handsome In Hawaii. She !J l baking -
waiting for each day at no room In my heart for after a girl this Is well worth mentioning. paign for infantile_paralysis going )I dislikes: spinach engineer, conceited 'peopleand bCK'nnlnft: with tested this.In complete the Uumtord recipe ".r 11011", nail and Rum ford Dak- .
runs me. fried and .
)n. Carolyn Ross 0 r Betty who persistently Margie Reddish-Whatta ya on end I am sure .,that your dO- Ins rowdar. Cut or work In shortenIng -
It Is getting to the point that :I Hitler.Last Kitchens: ? blvndod wild! 'eO :
in Hiatt? know? News came breezln in that nations: will be greatly appl'eclla until I'K.ro.iiMy
Betty Hayes got real excited I can't even walk down the street you have developed a fond liking ted, Monday, she started] train 'Burger Pie With Biscuitstlnriy flour. Using a spitu' or lor.g Ma.lft; l i.,: .,
Jut something Anlce G. told wltoout her following me. If you for someone who tags the title -Robert Baiksdale. r Ing at the Southern Bell Telephone :3 I tatleh0000s I ('np'tnmntnes knife, mix ti R \-ry) "ft JUjlh: wlli f '

T. T. said. Guess who T. T.It's will be so kind as to give me Initials! of G. M. A. The breeze Office for a telephone op. r.'J oiilnn,chop :1 2 I cur tnponn: itlft, *tiK"r'i' All: and milk.roil Turn:! out onto or pat 11 w with lIftollrCabrol iiiml! about! i'; :

code. klds. your advice I will be eternally also raid that Is a senior and aLt 7th Grade GirlsWe erator This Is another step, ofi 1 tabIpplmon butter l | /i t"t pori.one_>.in.on flfiur stilt, % or an Inch thkk. Cut !ir.lo rounds ,", '
i toward her chosen career, I. \'
Ve have a new girl Margaret grat)tul. Try hard girlies. Taln't many |t'i noun.In hnn- iMUInnnll.uricr with n biscuit cutler & M' arrange
lading, from Lake Butler. Glad B. M. W. B. are glad to have' Barbara I I Mnrguerlte, the seniors join me .. unit :3 I K nII.onR f....I HiklrB-Hum. I Hi'on pi of ll.rm l.lncun ei, t lhave you, Margaret. Dear Girl Ditcher: easy.Barefoot Bl'lInda-that' what Jean May h ugh and Jeanette In wishing you success and we I''t" "'.aspoon-:>')OM 1101'. "I'owjor each Individual; liakirtr I.b 1! 1 Halm !
back You truly have a problem but that will be not .er 2 tahlnpnon In a hot oven ( IJj'F:; ,* for 1? "I
hope sure
Katie Is start you
Maud Easterling me name will be when they Priest back. They were away be- "rk"d .hort.ntnc t'
2 i
I'h' us after a brief move to beware! You must go about solvIng rationing foot leather. But frankly cause of Illness. ': to stumble as you continue to ell"'rcVn b.ans Milk (nlluul *i cup) minutes.Mrs. iI I I
It In a tactful way. Maybe I take the which will lead I
Land. kidi, that's Just what I've been We enjoyed Father Murphy'stalk steps you
] Who dated who this I past you have done the best thing by praying for Gives me a good excuse Wednesday. I to your- ambition. Pick Motto !

ek-I'nd ? Can't rightly say. writing to your editor for advice. to enjoy myself Just like In fills Thursday, Mrs. pamol'estl! Seniors Firewomcnu'I'

n't but I bet I This girl may read this letter and is to let clean Colors FlowerThe ,
rightly say, my childhood days. going us and wax Nylon NeededI ---
lId guess. Let's try anyway. I take a hint. If she does not, you Left left, left. left right left. our tlOI', we are sure that It will

b took in the fights. "Pee- for more advice If this does not Lag:{In Laddies couldn't believe We are all thankful to Phillip 1, your old Nylon and silk hose. nvitatlons. They held a class .

re." G.' klnda'' saw Maxie Car- work.! Editor Company B could outdrlll them, Thorn for donating the world If thy can't be of any use to you meeting Friday In order to pick

around a bit, Collette GreenS .. so they had a few officers out to map I i there's certainly no reason why the clues motto, color, and flower. ,
out and around Friday revUrv us. Now I think they : they can't help Uncle Sam's boyc. rhe following were (Chosen: Moto .
o could: she have been hlght'j Friday Bouts know what "la meant by full co We hope that everyone" in our I' Ono of the Dupont laboratorieshas -"Strive for merit and attain .,
room will Join the March of '
tty saw her Jim Saturday nlte. Out Crowds operation. YQU have to hand It I Dimes to fight infantile paralysis.. announced that it has found succell..."; Colors -- green and I )
[ It would take a General to Bring to the girls In Company B. a way of converting old Nylon whit; and flowers-pink1 roses '
?p Joyce L.: In postage stamps !I A large crowd attended the They're what you call "right on Into new Nylon. This can be The boys voted for orchids 1 but \

onder who she writes? matches last Friday. the beam." used to ma'>ce parachutes and a tty: were overruled by the more ,

Y o.>:JrS truly 1 is having a lot of i: Monk boxing Dlnklna was the refereefor Gosh this* reporter can hardly Another Senior special kind of rope. All of this onaervatlve girls, who chose 1 '

(plaining to do because of a the following bouts. wait 'till the Ball Friday night. Joins The- Navy Is vital to our armed forces. pink rOlle,,. i' !

alas she has on her chin. Rano Hattie Royal Brethren I'm really going to get There will be a box In "C" No more good news for this II

\ a door folks. Denmark, hep that night. 'Gonna come The Navy is now one man bet- building for the collection of these week-the Seniors are studying

deI! guess I've dug up enough Clyde Winkler itruttln in with a Balmy Bertie ter off In the person of Ernest hove.. Mrs. Wainwright is in for exams-there'll probably be ,

this week. See you next Arthur on one side and a Gooey Louieon DavM He was born In Floral charge of this worthy cause. bad news next week! I I '"
ek and In the mean time I Leslie Thomas "tother. So all you studentsand City In 11)23.From there he Bring them In, .girls. -J. B. I Fred Fader, (Cleftl) and Mrs. '
Kid Ross.- Brace two recrelt to
Eldrldge: replace \ t"t"I
uldn't advise yon to tell me Ernest Allen vs. Elmer Lewis- alumni too drag; the old moved to ,Gainesville' then to -M. G. men to operative Job at the j

U" secrets. glad rags out of the moth balls Waldo>> and then to Graham where Book Of The Week Teaaeok, N. J.. flee department !*

-Betty P., reporter. Allen.Maurice Edwards vs., Yank and come on down and honor he has lived ever since. Open Letter : ot-I are shown atop a ladder track with.I !'j' (,
Edwards. our great President on his birthday He spent his first two and a "London Pride"I by Phyllis Spot the company mascot. Less "

lee Club News Kite Jimmie- McRae vs. Clifton Crlf- Until then, kids I'll be a half years of school In Waldo. Deai1 Ima Snooper Jr.: tome Is the story of slum children .hs.f manpower caused this to New the armed Jersey force town! :;',

see In' 'ya. When he moved to Graham he We are very sorry but we were In London at the beginningof to lake
fls-McRae.Hary women____ ___ _____ i"n ,..
-Snooper unable welcome I ii simple J
be beau- and to use your contribution the Blitz. It very
glee club sang a very Green vs. Roy GrlfflsGriffin. -- started school there completed I
Li composition Teach Me toay. the fifth. In with the Ima Snooper I tale-no cross-country chases or 1-i-d.; Because Mrs. Barton does .

column this However, we torture chambers In a concentration not want the twins to be evacuated -
in chapel last Monday Coolidge Gaawett vs. A. T. Andrews Junior JinglesWe Since he came to Starke to week. I' i
miDg. The singers were ac- -Draw. school he has made many friends like It very much and decided to camp.. Sueli: things 'as when 'o the country. In no way ,i"1 I ,

npanled' by Mr. L. A. Canova I Charlie Knight vs. Lamarr are very sorry to say that wHo regretted to see him go on I Iedne I use it elsewhere as a separate Ben vows that his little sister, docs she want to be answerableto ,
the piano.. Weaver-Draw. we have loaned Uncle Sam another .day. He was Inducted at article. .. You seem to have a Mabel, shall never speak the bated anyone. Because when Emily

I This lovely rendition was) ap- William Boyd vs. Billy Dobbs- one of our Junior boys, eght o'clock Wednesday morning I IJacksonvll1e. genuine knack for writing down name of Hitler; when little I learns of her parents' death she 1I

cUted by all. Draw.A I Ralph Dudley, who left Wednesday i1 Show them what I worthwhile notes and we strongly Emily Higgins loses her parents I does not cry. Because although ., j'

-L. N. great many of the town for the U. S. Navy. Ralph p ou can do, Ernest. urge you to continue submit In a raid and the Bartons offer to' the family is hurt several times

seem to be taking an In- has been with us for three yean thing to us. How about doinga adopt her, even though for some they do not complain loud and

)&'a common sens; to be patron in these bouts and they certainly and has been one of the football g eat at the scrap drive last week'I.vety write up on the boy's marchingteam obscure reason, the two families long as some people would. .

I thrifty U you save you are terest atfd much to our sports Stan for the last two years Good girl brought her scrap next week? Any time that have been feuding; when Ben Yes It Is a story not only of i '

1'-Ii Uirifty. War Beads help yoo It might also be- wise luck to you fellow.. uid we.marched. with pride to the 'you have anything please don't I loams that there Is God. That London pride, but British pride '

'.. save amd help .. -saver schedule.that the proceeds go to The Junior girls have gone and )icrap pile. hestltate to make use of the box.Editor.. is what the book Is about. British spirit. British courage and .';1'

America. Bay year test per to add for the bleacher on the dood it again. We were 100 per -F. W. Yes It l ilt a story of London bravery-It cannot; be broken! ,t 1

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C this time to Miami. He Is assigned ual'Section' Headquarters Dttai.

1k ?OCIE1'Y.aIlcl CLUBS .1 OUR SERVICE MENI to the Medical Corps. Ted ment. Fort JaCkson S. c., Wrote

; Still"y, a former Starke boy who his :former employer, Lacy COB,,
..... .
u )*vo nf in It f tmtrrrmt .0.ormlnKHifKlforil in Jacksonvillefor of the Union
has been living way Bus
(0. '''' boy ow NerIa I .1. a
n Pleasant Anniversary Life "Cover Girl" Blanding( Artists ass!. FnrrnlH and frlvntl are. ttr.r ??
,t by farlniclnff I. ...... and letter
Santa Rosa and has been ambulance and work
also at
.... !; with
Becomes Bride Will Appear from boN mvtmr from hum Mrrtlr the
Observed By _... 10." ali_ retiumted to wrIt. to tfcTelrKniph. transferred back to Jacksonville dead aa well as the living r

Mr. and !Mrs. Coan Of Private ButcherIn In Sunday Concert l.......'.reporting event ..
kind of work." To which

: Me. and lira. W. P. Coan celebrated a quiet ceremony at the The USO-YMCA announces that COAST AKTILLKKVMAN replied: "Am glad to knou Lacy
EXECUTIVE OFFICER transferred to Fort Sill
recently that
their !50th Wedding Anniversary First Methodist Church at Gainesville outstanding: artists from Camp ,
Ollie Thornton of Starke was 'are
you working with the
Okla. there. Mrs. Roane'shom" >
T. T.
Promotion of Major Long near tfM
on Friday, January 15, Thursday night Jan. 21. at Blanding will be presented in a Artillery
Coast That Is
sent recently to very frequently theafesi
lieutenant in but she has
of Starke, to the rank of Is Lawtey !
; with their daughter, son.In-law 8 P.M., Milts Mabel Seeley operator concert Sunday afternoon Jan. Replacement Training Center : class of people to work with: -
colonel was announced recently been in Starke two years. most
and grandchildren. Their son-in- In the Starke Beauty 31. ,at 4::00 p. 'm.Mra. Calif.
J G. of which time has been as Camp McQuaide, where
by Col. Richard McKee spent I
became the bride ot Pvt. Leslie Mrs.C. .
and Shoppe. Shepherd and
law and daughter are Mr.
he will undergo a course of basic U. I) C.
To Meet
commanding officer of the new clerk in the office of the H. C. ,
} : Mrs. Julius I.. Thorn and the O. K. Butcher the Rev. Henry H. Naswwthy are In charge ofhosto&aes training'In addition to specialized
300'h Infantry Regiment at Fort Wall Agency where her sister I
La Mat Blackburn. pastor of the Church, and refreshments for
are Phillip
grandsons training the big Seacoast and The W. T. Weeks
Benning, Ga., which Col. Long Miss Ethel Taylor still works. I on Clupter,
and George William.\ officiating.Mrs. the nfternoon. .Harbor. Defense Weapons of the Unit.sd Daughters of
''J is serving as' executive officer. Recently she has been an em- the Con.
g Several friend dropped In during Butcher is from' rcadL&, 'The concert offers an unusual Coast Artillery Corps. federacy, will meet
Col. Long, assigned until re ploye of the Canova Pharmacy.Miss Wednesday:
: the afternoon and made 1"a where 811e spent eight years'" In opportunity to hear talented artists brotherinlaw afternoon, Feb. 3, at four
cently with the 124th Infantry, Taylor's other o'clock
pleasant surprise. At least it the Florida Baptist Home'; rooming end all interested civilians
has been a National Guardsmanfor and slater Mr. and Mrs. Aub- AT OCATON at 'he home of Mr and Mrs. L
was a' contrast In weather conditions to Starke from GalneaVllli ares, cordially invited to attend.
Pvt; Robert C. JaCkson'recently At Davis. Hostesses Mrs.
many years. starting his ser rey'J. Grlffls visited her here Davis
from 50 years ago when I* last Dee e m bel'. Mr. Butdher, Among the artists. appearing ''a
vice In 1920 and going through yesterday. Mr. Grlffls is in the spent day in Starke visiting and Mrs. W,, G. Ha lie.! .
was 20 degrees below zero and originally from North Dakota. Sunday afternoon will b e Cpl. "
his parents, Mr. 'and Mrs. CarlH.
enlisted man's grade. until he Coast Guard stationed in New
t ;( huge drifts of snow covered the has been In the Army only six: Lot\ls P. Krch violinist who has Jackson. He has been transferred
was commissioned In 1927. He York City and Is spending his Stand ImprovedFrank
ground In the north where the months and at ,Camp Blanding toured the concert stages of commanded arifle company, battalion furlough with his wife at Ralford. from Madison, *Wis., to
Coons were married. but a short while. They will live Italy Hungary and Czecho-Slo-
headquarters and Boca Raton Fla., where he will C. Holllngsworth has: ,-e.
:Mr. and Mrs. Coan make their In Starke for the present! vakla and was assistant concertmaster company
was named Intelligence officer of OFF TO GOOD START ,for ;from six to 13 weeks take an cently completed a thorough renovation .
.. home In Washington Indiana.In Mrs. Butcher's picture appearedon of the Columbia net workin advanced course! in radio training. of his entire
the 124th in 1940.:. He was promoted Wm. D. Parker son of W. S. Victory Bar.
addition to the relatives listed the front cover of Life Magazine Cleveland; Pvt.formerly Fred Marx. to captain In early 1941, ((Bill) ,Parker is!' a "fighting son His'' wife, the former Miss Hilda B.Q stand: just! back'of the bank,

;i above there Is a daughter Mrs. in the Issue of April 15, plan 'jt. who was with and left Camp Blanding with the of d fighting father". ,His father Hasklns will remain with Mr. both outside and Inside, making

.J Carl Koftvger.!' and granddaughter, 1940, while she was in Camp Victor recording In New York 124th to go on the Louisiana and was In World War I, and WilliamD. and Mrs. Jackson In Starke for it a most sanitary and attractive

Marie Carol both of Valparaslon Rootevelt' at Ocala. After taking City and has played In .the Ambassador -, Carolina maneuvers. left for the Navy before his the present eat Ins; place. He had. plate glasa

Indiana. Another daughter Jane SO "action sh ts" of the various Hotel, Pent House Club 18th birthday. but windows Installed at the front
After' the 124th came to FortBenning' actually joinedon
hi" and Madeleines Tolssennler '
1 Coan Indianapolis, Indiana girls attending the NYA training nla birthday SUBMARINE HUNTER and en the sidesa; tile'floor
and De Forest Coan In New York City Sgt. DonWyers as a demonstration regiment put
a son ;
school there. the staff photographer He has been at home on fur- Barton C. Dlckman 19-year-old in, and the counters and whole in.
Col. made -
Long was
'i Indiana and his pianist, who has traveledthe
Hobart children
decided on her picture lough for a week, arriving in son of Mr. and Mrs. H.. S. Dick- terlor painted the familiar patrl.
4 Barbara Jo and Richard. country with his own band plans-training officer and
jI and underneath it appeared the ; is aviation machinist's otic colors red
: I promoted to major in April 1942. Starke: last Friday and leaving man an white and blue
Corporal William Lester
title, "Government and Youth. for He mate 3rd class and a machine
Camp yesterday. joinedthe
Mr. and Mrs. Tucker who has sung with outstanding He came to the 300th as execu-
orchestras; Pvt. William R. tive officer: In December, and Navy Dec. 13, and took his gunner! assigned to patrol dutyon Enlarges Stand

4 Hosts At Shrimp SupperMr. Mrs. Darby Hostess Geo-'ge baritone; Pvt. Ji E. H. shortly afterward was promotedto "boot" training at Bainbridge, one of the "seven seas.1 He
At Afternoon Bridge Tleutenant colonel. Md. He made 100 percent on his hi Mix feet tall and weighs 182poun.ls Q. C. Blumer of the "Come
Bourassa, violinist Pvt. CharlesSultan
and Mrs. H. E. Tucker ;
Math exam and 93 percent on and his delightful business and get It" hot dog stand,:!, t is
: i were hosts to a number of friendsat tenor: Pvt. Phillip Ii.Tobirnkin The 300th Infantry is a demonstration
Mrs. Charles Darby entertainedat Chemistry and will now go elsewhere 1 III riding around in a sea showing his business acumin by
a shrimp on Wednesday violinist; Pvt. William regiment at the Infantry
supper orldge Tuesday afternoon, at : to study either "range plane in search of enemy submarines looking ahead and doubling the
Pore, pianist the Divisional Artillery school here which Is home
night of last week. Those enjoy- ; the
4'S. "
her home on North Cherry Street, flndfng" or "radio".. He was one He has been In the size of his stand. He has a double
Glee Club'under the direction of the officer
Mrs. Infantry candidates
ing their hospitality were: !
and I Ins flowers used for decorating of three men out of 192 who Is Navy 20 months, joining in June motive in doing this-first, it wa
,r Pauline Torode. Capt. John Ken, of Sgt. William Morgan who and the largest Institution of Its I I
the home on this pleasant privileged! to go off to school. 1941 immediately after graduating too hot In the small ppace List
nedy. Capt.: Mr I* Smaltz. Capt. has written and directed Broad- kind in the world.
'' occasion were calendula and from the West Palm Beach summer and he is planning
Sbloterbeck, 'Mr. and Mrs. J. W. way productions; and the 120th
camllllaa.Thj BACK IN FLORIDA Hig School. against that. Secondly, it Look
Andrews, Mr. and Mrs. T. Frank Infantry Glee Club under the direction JOINS HUSBANDMrs.
: hostess served refreshments J. B. Sllcox who left Camp HU father Is associated with like the time has about arrived
of William .
Land rum, Lt; and Mrs. J. C. VantDoran J. R. Roane left Wednesday
Mattel l J. Alexander and Miss of C'oca-Colas, open-faced sandwiches graduate of Juilliard Conserva- afternoon for Lawton Okla., Blan'lIng about six'! weeks ago for the Wolfe-McLeod ConstructionCo. when getting hot dogs will be

Florence Gill. potato chips and olives tory to join her husband Lt. Roane, Santa Rosa Calif., had hardly ., and be and his wife and 10- almost impossible and he may

q after which bridge was! played at gotten settled on the Pacific year-old son Fred in the 10th be forced to provide some other

three tables. The first prize. a Coast before the Army decidedto grade in BHS, reside In the R. J.
: W. S. C. S. Circles kind of snack. J. L. Falrcloth.
bottle of perfume. was awardedto transfer him back to Florida"' Davis house at 314 Temple

Mrs. E. L. Matthews and the Avenue. carpenter Is making the alterations
Circles of the Women's Society
Carolyn Callstreet like this: She an' said b f. were
I of Christian Service will meet second prize, a deck of cards, .' seated on the bus ready to come ; including the screening of

Monday afternoon at 3:30: o'clock. to Mrs. Fred Guy. To Mrs. Joe home when the latter decided he'ddash PILOTS A FORTRESS the new addition.

: Circle Number One, will meet with Scanlan was presented the guest out an' Lt. Wm. S. Koch has been ,
,, prize a box of Valentine get some cigarettes transferred from Smyrna, Tenn. i
Mrs.! L>. A. Davis; Circle Num- Before he could get back, the WAAC Buildings
ber Two with Mrs.! E. K. Perry- Hide your bike of :spend 'em ", Hear the stork bus I! toalt Lake City. Utah. Last
dies.The pulled out .
man. guests at this lovely party Or fvert era*I I- i will hover over the Station Hospital blocks Maxine had coupla the Friday he and hla wife spent the I I Foitr buildings' for the housingof

Included Miss Frances Peek Mrs.J. nut do not miss. at Standing 700 times be- driver away day with his parents, Mr. and WAAC officers and auxiliaries
let her
oft while
R. Wainwright Mrs. Fred Guy The Birthday Ball tween now an' June. 1 WonderIf the bus stop went on She dashed ],11'''. Louis W. Koch in Starke. to be stationed at Camp Blanding

OUR SIDESHOW Mlsves' Evelyn and Lillian Stump. Judging by the scarcity of news the ole bird gets time and a back to the station but b. f. was She went to Arcadia where she are now under construction, and

Mrs. J. W. Brownies Mrs. James this week everyone mu!t be sav half for overtime? Quite nice nowhere In sight Seems he'd will live with her parents .while& will be ready for .occupancy about

Holllngsworth, Mrs. Guy Sale in' up energy for the big event of Uncle Sam to allow Army caught another section of the bus he Is away March 1. according to an announcement
Mrs. Joe Scanlan Mrs. Ralph tonight .. Hear there wUl be a wives the use of his capital facilities Lt. Koch flies 4-motored Fly-
thlnkln 'twas the
Shrewsbury and Mrs. E. L. Mat lot of charmln' hostesses on handto Hall"' I' envy: The titian one Ing Fortress and haa made several by' the Camp
was on other bus
ee that everyone 'has a good tresaes of Virginia Estornelle, recent ? only side trips recently flying to public relations !office

\\m time and 'tla rumored that Sadie bride of Dr. C. (director of phe could get then was a Bian I Miami, Dayton, Ohio Shreveport These will Include two barracks,
ding special which went that far
Ten per cent of your Income Prlnc?, blonde charmer from over Red Cross at Bianding) '.. Incidentally and no farther So there was La., and other places. The one mess hall and 'the other
'.' tbews.t la War Bonds 'will bdp to Lake Butler way. has been pickedto .' heap-a few membersof : full complement of a flying fortress
our heroine stranded at Bland Ing building be for officers' quarters ,
build the planes and tanks lead the grand march .- the Metho d I 1st 'congregation is nine men he said.
In the wee sma hours of themornin' recreation'( : '
dial Yours truly has offered her services bit a d m i nlstration ,
1 Step light ladeez andgentsyou're will Insure defeat of Hitler _were a disappointed las' Sun- Hear
wpf "stand in If Sadie shefinally go, SAFE WORK and supply the announcement
In time for the and his Axis partners. aa BO day when -JCstornelle, fillin' ;; ,
just to town with the aid of her well-
i marvel breaks a leg on that top step- the pulpit In'abAence of the pastor Pvt. G. L. Waters!, of the Cas- stated.
wonder of wonders, that manicured right thumb .
well wouldn't that be jus'' TOO failed to tell' a single one of
of marvels-the Rumford Revelation r.
4 bad his fumed jokes I The marvelous -
( Yes, ladeez-one level ACTION RELIEF "sermon" be delivered. however Nothing like havln' the Gem

L teaspoon of Rumford Baking Jewelry look like an officers' C H.O.BROWNIncome
: Seems. Lurilt Green Thelma. helped to make 'em forget
Powder (count it, one) as con- FOR ACID INDIGESTION Jennings, Eva Shepherd, Beanie club Sattlday night Seems as

tained in baked foods (yum,yum, Richardson! and Leona Argust have -+- If the girl friends all turned out Tax Specialist

folks) provides y Vi your minimum practically organized a luncheon The recent epidemic of colds at the same time -. ., Hear Bill

daily requirement of calcium, !J4 club, all their own On a recent and the consequent exchange of Clute is the champion BirthdayBall BRADFORD COUNTY ABSTRACT OFFICE

J your minimum of phosphorus. Wednesday Thelma lunched "favorite remedies" among friends, ticket seller-has already
Ver-eee Imp rtant for sound with: she disposed of more than $60 worth STARKE, FLORIDA
Merry Knight; next day reminds me of Ian., amusing incident -
bones and teeth. Don't push Eva an' Bessie broke bread with Guess he'll have a pretty
told by the't&.B.:, McLen- Each Monday, Tuesday, Friday & Saturday
t ladeez-plenty of Rumford for all. Luclle Green; an' the day after I dons (ex-Starkeltes. 'now livln' in busy time tonight If he dances

t TREE UM a.nd.woI' Timely 5Oct that Luclle Eva. Bens an' Leona Orlando) Seems Florence had with every girl he sells a ticketto

1 Recipe Material. Writ. Arguat had lunch with Thelma the sniffles and every tim. she which is his announced Intention

w tod y-Romford Baking Powder, Last Friday they all went to.j went to the "ladles'aid" or some Sorry to report Arthur

Dos F, Rumford. .hodeIsi.nd. Carpenter's Drug Store the State Farm for lunch .J' other' function someone would Williams still confined to bed, SEA FOODS CHICKEN DINNERS
after too time .
long a Hope
And believe It
or not Wednesday recommend a new cure On
Thelma an' Eva "breakfasted" one .)f these expeditions she"heard he'll soon be out ,. Hear Pat STEAKS CHOPS

with Lucile ,. .. The luncheonsare that Vitamin C (or 'is it D?) is Lame? spent the week-end in Jax

usually topped off with a session good for sinus,,,trouble, so she wllh Jessie Mae Blakely and was!

of "hearts" .. Seems!' all asked Dr. Mac to-stop at the drug escorted! to the city by a hand TEMPTING TASTY SANDWICHES
they need Is a name to become a store on his way' Home and get a

full-fledged club box of the little pill l8' He Bertha (Taylor) Roane dash In' I "
up and down Call St., sayln
obediently carried out Orders but
Spewkin' of Leslie (wife of Congressman when he told the druggist what goodbye to friends and thrilled to A & A LUNCHEONETTE

Lex) Hear she was he wanted, the latter being a pieces over leavln' for Fort Sill

play in1 in the back yard with the friend of the family.-and a keen to join hubby (Lt.) John In Park Theatre Bldg. Starke Florida

children tother day when the student of human nature, said: ,

_ f' maid notified her that she had "I'll just give you" a, few. Doc, Mr*. L. A. Davis report seetn'
callers who said to "come on In 'cause Bruce Massey In Jax Wednesday
next meeting she
_ H Sun Mon Tues Jan. 31 Feb 1-2 Just like you are" for they were to home fool woman'll be tellln'goes He's been on an engineering I

In a very big hurry Lucile her methlng different and she'll job
The Most Brilliant Stars of the Screen Year! took 'em at their word an' rushedIn want some of that, too" ; of old friends in Starke who'llbe Fresh AssortmentWHITMAN'S

_ _
'he house to find the august Interested to know he's backin

: Si".,' "wtIeM prefa Congressional Committee on Appropriations Spottt'Cl an' Jotted\ '! : Alice Hard- the states Hear a certain

for Military Establishments Ing hn' Comer yountf lady from Koch's was re-
Perryman slppin'
4. iERESA WRIGHT / (old Washington friends cokes In Carpenter's Wednesday cen'.ly told she oughta be In

by the way) and half of General nlglit: ,. Buddy Bishop try In' Hollywood Wonder, though,

Kunzlg'. staff She felt high to find aModelX: ; Ford for sale- If the flatterer meant Hollywood, ANDS

JOSEPH (OTTEH ly honored. of course, but woman- he's in the market, for ,one Fla.,1 Could be Ralph

like, couldn't help wish In" they'd Clair Jean, ).(un y. runhin' away Dudley (BHS senior) now gets Hollingsworth'sFine '

given her time to powder her from home to see her mother his gravy from the Navy -. Joe

nose who' was busy at the,' shop ,, I Ststrunk back from the ranks 1 '
with ( Chocolates
Suell- Phillips ditto to the storeto a discharge K t Valentine Heart Boxes

With no many new people In buy herself a'' Coca Cola .. i> Hear Alice an', Grant, Evans,finally -

town there's beginning to be a Everett' McKinney town for the got 'off to Chicago after ;a I

duplication ot names with the first! time from ''Bianding and coupla disappointments over.' fur.. It f Better Buy Now As 'Candy Is Being

consequent occasional merry mix- look In' very natty In his uniform lougna that didn't materialize r--- ,

I ups ot malt at the postoffice '. Inez.Green recetvln an airmail : Hope they have a big time..: ,.";,, i, Rationed And We Will Be 'Sold Out
Frlnitance De Wilson They deserve It Vivian Saxon "
(Mrs. Jos. letter from. Cpl. Robert r "
/ E.i 'fell heir to a card this week Green, who's stationed ju.' 11.000 postcards from the Naval ,Air By February '14.

t. addressed to Mrs. D. WUson and miles from Call Street .. Says Station at Daytona Says he'abavl' "
? '
I written by a soldier wantln' to he's getting along fine but misses a WAACing good, time' I ;

.. know where an' when he might I the localltes an' the brlghtllghtst ., 'ft: Ie.'_ .
meet said Mrs.. Wilson! Per-' Mrs. Lester- Anderson (she + ,r.
bra nomination Sermi* there.a! b.hlndBilly ;
for. most cordial of .th* golden hair and pearly story I

reor of ladles along Call St.-. teeth i who sells tickets In the Dowling's transfer, f r.. o.m.' I'j j owOnSale-

-- % I I' MACDONALD CAREY Joe Truby Hear Bob an' Fla. Theatre boxbffice, readin a BlanJlng to Keeeler Field J ,
Helen (fowling) Lee bivouacking Jus' before he left ,h. felt kinda :
_ \ are letter tellin' her that the old home Elmo Special Formula Face Cream Made

t PATRICIA COLLINGE In Georgetown, Texas town (Des Moines,' Iowa) ,i8 runnln" under the weather but 'didn't'' say 1 Especially! To Remove Lines And Wrink..
K&effee anything about it for.
Harrell fear the
-4 now an AMM 3-c a temperature of 28 below les From
The Face.
Iir A
(whatever that is) baa transferred Wonder if that's higher-ups would think he was
4 : ( WALLACE FORD from MemphlB. Tenn., to Floyd I.lacked the warmth of her be.. tryln' to "pull something".to keep ing Cream Good For Your Skin

-.; ; Bennett Field, N. Y10111'101\ witching smile? ". from being transferred away from
.- _ _ Crew (ex-Tornado) now at Ft. 'M Could beAsk dome .,. When he got out there, $2 Jar During Sale Only $1Kcoh

i ; Soxn Pl y by Thornton Wildw, S.Hy Bman. Mm P vtll. Origiiwl Mmy by Gonfen McDoo.ll ,Bliss, Texas while bro. Frank. an I 'however, his temperature was I
J Dinctod by ALFRED HITCHCOCK Product by JACK H. SKIRBALU --Y' raging and he
,4 (sold ea-dog by now, is cruisin'around Maxine Xovqrel how It feels came down with a

__ A UNIVFRSAl PICTURE In the Canal Zone to be stranded at Blanding at 3 hlce case of pneumonia He's ,

o'clock in the morning with no O.ver it now however and is get-

Also Mary Wlnkter, Call Street's pig- visible means> of* transportation t n' along fine .

tailed an' freckled face newvglrl, home! Seems she had the ; .Well,-guess that about wlDds'
COMEDY now has a total of more than 'misfortune loee' up Drug Storef
& WAR NEWS 1500 to her boy friend the? cheerful little earful this!
In War Bonds Jus "
In Jax'vlUe
goesto Sattlday night week So
long See
ihow you
I. how those nickles will Tak. tsk. Maxine How ,care'f at t the Brtiidayflall.: .'
add up If you save 'em Instead less of your The story goes ,
I Carolyn.. I


i iAY



. BITS of LOCAL NEWSand Deeds Filed Which Are You? ;

1). Davis a single man, I of:' ;1

Duval Co., to L. L. Rhoden and'< t tI
Mrs. Roy Johnson !epenlday. Mrs: L. S. Hutto spent Thurs Janet Harrell was able to return H. R. Rhoden, Jan 18; : H

in Jacksonville.. I I day in Jacksonville visiting her to school thl week after being Lillie Cone widow; to Clyd i I CONV LIKO, TO WALK I ON"T LIKE TO DO WITH OUTBUTTBB { P

daugnter-ln law, Mrs. TlllmanHutto. ill with flu. Cone, 191 acres Jan. 18; I ID WO&K 042. GNU" UP .. oa. pauwss OQ. SOME IIi
Maids Powell Qnhagan widow '
C. Mayhugh Is spending a BUT IF DUO FlS-HTCttS FOODS [days 'In Bradenton on bust Mr3. J. W. Andrews and MisiJacqiellne to John Lennon, Jan. 19; NEED EVERY peOP OF TO, BUT tP: OUR BOVS MEED I !j

Me. and Ml'so. Louis Shafkln Andrews spent Monday; D. E. Knight and N. L Knight, OIL .AND GASOUMB THEY MORE FOOD TO DESTROY/ "r

have leased the Barefoot residence in Jacksonville.Mr. his wife, to France Thomas and< CAM GET TO LICK Id 1MB BEASTS OF BERLIN '.
f 1 '
A. Bernice Opperman was a on the corner of Call and Ella Mae Perry, 80 acres in E 1-2 HITLER AMD HtRONITOf" .fl AND. TWETMU6-S Of- TOK.IO.PQ. .
sonvllle visitor Monday aft- Cherry streets and will move In and Mr. R. A. Newsomi of SE 1.4 of section S, townshl, THEN: .. lEJ \t'<

M. I I about Feb. 1. were business visitors to Gainesville 7 south range 22 east, Jan. 19;; ""I"L _A"K AND !I !:!:. ;MDt.1 :'I::;

Wednesday Clifford H. Allen\ unmarried tiJ. .

|1'1. L. H. Jennings ha3 beenr Lt, and Mrs. Jack Q. Rasmussen l.. Falrcloth and Lottie Fair L tom Y .(':: V1IITllT' AjJ.B ;J

the past week? wlths sty lire spending awhile at the Louis Shafkln returned Satur- cloth, 7-8 acres, Jan. 19; NoRD \ '

er eye. homo of Mr. and Mrs. W. B day morning from a business\ trip Robert B. Wear and wife, Alto j 1 1t

Seweil. Lt. Ramussen Is stationedat to New York City. N. Wear, to R: A. 'Weeks and Ti F 00011 ;

.is Grace Green and brother, Camp Blanding. wife, Larkin D. Weeks "all clot > ',".t:

art, were ,visitors In Lake ,Mr. and Mrs. Morgan Darby] 4 and the went 7.11 feet of lot ,

Saturday.. Paul Hudgins went -to 'Arcadia are spending this week with relatives 3til in block 2 of Pearce'a re-- ; } ;'
Thursday of last,, week, returning In Fort Myers. subdivision of the J. G. Alvare: \ : ,

IB. Wlillam H. Thomson, Jr., Friday, bringing his wife and his block of the J. O. Alvarez addition 1f !' \ 1":

Monticello visiting her huec wife's mother, Mrs. Louis W. Mrs. L. A. Davis pent Tuenda) to the city of Starke, Fla."', 4

}. parents Mr. and Mrs. W. i Kocn, back with him.!: and Wednesday attending to business Jan. 20;
and shopping in Jacksonville.
"..omson. A. L. Alvarez and Annie L .E

Mr. and Mrs. T. N. Ballard. Alvarez, his wife to John W I n I II I t :1F.'i'!, ''c !!! '
.(,. J. D, Cottrell went to spent Sunday visiting Mr. and .:Mi*. H. L. Brownlee and daughter Thomas lot 1 of block 1 of A. L. RTS"I I"I I I, .- I\ "-UH-CATIOMIWS- RIDICULOVgdAN' '

burg,Tuesday! to be with her Mrs. John Barnes of the Univer- ,! Madge, and Mrs. L. F. Dink- Alvarez addition to the city of: THIS CATlOWiNGOP CAS FOOD THKV. CAMV MAkS MC .3.

and who Is there looking sity City Dairy in Gainesville, and. Ins utid daughter, Joan spent Saturday Starke, Jan 20; OIL'AN'BUT CU8BEQ A BACKETTMEV ISKJOTWIM -t DO WITHOUT IPI ;

his,property.W. doing some shopping. In Jacksonville.1 Emma P. Hill and Louis H. Hill; CAN'T TELL J MME I XL MOA&D ALL I 0.-1 CAM LAY ,\I'

Louie Waters, lot USE MV cAR.t! MV WAMD9
her husband to MCHETO
.. Abernathy of Daytona Mr. Elizabeth Day, of St. Augustine Judge and Mrs. A. V. Long of 2 In Woodlawn, section 11, town WHAT CAS I USE VONV WHAT OO CARE. FOR: f 10
Monday visiting has been enjoying a Gainesville were visiting Mr. anc! I ANYBODY VISE ANYHOW 1f
here ,
h was 5 south range 22 east, 1(0 MAKE AMY DIFFERENCE h
Bon-ln-law and daughter Mr. weeks' visit here,. with Sgt. and Mrs. J. M. Brownlee and othei ship .' SMART GUYS LIWJB ME l'\\ x'111 NG- "'"'" : '('
Jan. 22 t1M
acres, ; ,., ::= .
Mrs. L. J. Green.James Mrs. J. G. Carter'at their new relatives here Sunday. M. H. Herlong ana{ wife. Blanche! CAM PUT ONE OVER I iI!

.. of home on North Walnut Street Mrs. J. H. Ritch returned to G. Herlong, to B. J. Walker and _GOIN'TO__ _GcTT...t 'ttE/1 ,, ''t$
.. Barron, employe wife, Mildred S. Walker, Jan. 23;: I ( :
Victory Bar-B-Q recently re-I Freeman Register, Jr., Is at her home In Jacksonville Satur E. W. Rosier and Fannie Roster CST MI ,f:1:

'd from her home in Do Miami where ho has been for the day after spending a few daya Rosier NK '
: his wife to ,
had her tonsils month the civilian herewith her son-tn-law and
where she past attending 1of section 13
Mr. MI'.. S. R 1.4 of NE \.
daughter and tJ
school of aviation.
aved. at Moody's hospital. Emory-Riddle township 5, south range 21 east, i ,"
Johns Jr. \
He plans to be an airplane me- '
23 \
40 icrew, Jan. ;
NOTICEIIccordance chanic.Mis.. ( ,
with Section 19 Mrs. Rutherford Reese arrived .*'

|pier 1, Compiled General Laws James Godbold returnedto Saturday from :Maxwell Field. Nabs MoonshinerLast .

Florida Acts of 1930. her home in Jacksonville Tues- Ala., for a visit with her parents\ afternon Polic ,Ali;''J
Mr. and Mrs. Adam Green. MrsReese \
Ivvlll be at'the,following named day after spending a few days Chief A. L. Alvarez p"'I'sonallyarNlted ; +
los, pn the days and dates I IoJ here with her mother, Mrs* VV. S. before her recent marriage Enoch Ttson colored for }
Mills .
herein for the purpose of I Stroman, and sister Mrs S. S. was Dorothy Green.Mr selling moons hlne. Although
Road 28 and the : a
Tax Returns also ap- Dowling. of the Brightening Up
wing Enoch had broken moat
*. J. G. Godwin of the State
|atlons for Homestead Exemp- "shlna" bottles yetthe': Chief had RED CROSS brigh-I the plant of the Starke Coca ''rf I
Farm in Jacksonville Wednesday
was M A, Kite Is helping to
Mr*. D. P. Carpenter and Mrs,
and alrea.ly secured enough ..vld..nceto Cola Mottling Co.? and IK just

iwtey. City Hall, Tuesday L. D. Vining returned last night homa by her was husband accompanied who has ;convict:: him. leis in jail un -APPEAL- ten up the town. He hits contracts completing painting of the Frank '

from a trip to Atlanta and able to raise the at the present time to paint Ferrira: home Went Madison I,!
9, from 9 to 11 A. M. been seriously 111 In a Jacksonville at yet necessarl> __ J on il.
ampton. Saxon store, Wednes- Albany, Ga. Mrs. Carpenter went hospital! for several weeks. $100 cash bond to set him free. the new residence of S. K. Hitch street. I
to Atlanta qn business and upon \ iMilwnin "..,.. far sad .b"ul** '.
9 10:30 A.
Feb. 10 from to : the ld (>otork In Nlarkr.
their return they visited relativesin '- -
and Recent Births 1-rrpnrrd hy Mart! 1l lrinhrr "
Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Davis '

!1eressa. Post Office, Wednes- Albany. daughters. Idalou and Marjorie i rilOWCTION

|r. Feb. 10. from 11 to 12 A. M.New were visiting Mr. Davis' grandmother I Mr. and Mrs. William Silcox, Prompt Service Careful Drivers
CRYSTAL CLEAR cleaning, Mrs. Lemuel Colmn Chairmanof
Stark, Jan. 23, boy;
River, Post Office, Thurs-! Mrs. D. P. Smith, in I'
tried and true tailoring, at the Mr. and Mrs. Horace Morgan Production, announces that In .
Feb.. 11, from 2 to 3 P. M. Daytona Beach Sunday. They

Graham, Post Office, Friday, Starke-Blandlng Tailors, opposite were accompanied by Mrs J. E. Redding, Starke, Jan. 26, girl; the future the production room Starke Taxi Service :

12, ,9 to.l0 A. M. Park Theatre. Futch who remained for a longer Mr. and Mrs. Aubrey Jackson will be open on Thursday of each .

rooker, Post Office Friday visit with Mrs Davis. Waters, Staike, Jan. 26, girl; week, only. The new plan U to 1.',
12, 10:30 to 12 A. M. Staff Sgt. A. W. Anderson. Jr., Mr. and J Mrs. Ardell Howard open the room at 10:00: A. !o1. and ,
returned home Tuesday from a Starke Jan 27, girl Phone 150 .
Respectfully.E. Mr. and Mrs J. R. Wainwrightand remain open until 5 P. M. Last

W. Hayes, Tax Assesor, visit with relatives in Archer, baby daughter have returnedto Thursday this plan was Inaugurated .I'i'i

9 2t 2-5 Bradford County. Tarpon Springs Tampa and Lake-I Starke from Kissimmee, where Pine Level Meeting and proved to be quite a suc ,.".

land. As his furlough expires they have been \living for a short cess. More than 20 ladles were Day Night '

Monday, he will\ leave today for while. Mr. Wainwright, an em- 'rbe Fellowship Meeting wll present and quite a lot of work !(

\1t II Il Miss.Congresllm.an I ploye of the State Road Department convene with Pine Level Baptist was accomplished. The most Important ...... J' -- ...... I" ,
Camp Shelby Church this week-end beginning item at present is the .'
has been transferred backto 't
/ the Gainesville district. Friday and continuing througlSunday. making of Kit Bags. We are rushIng ;
J. Buell Snyder,
Dinner will be served
finish the remainder of the
chairman of the House SubCommittee 1
on the grounds each day.
ApproprlaUon ""for'Na: Nat Sternberg returned Wednesday 400 bags/ which we were asked I

tonal Defense on and Congressman from a business trip to to make and fill for soldiers. In I FLORIDA MOTOR LINE BUSSES '

Oeore Mahon and Lane Powers, New York City and was accompanied foreign service. We hope to ship I

members of the committee, stopped I home by Mrs. Sternberg FQgyiCTORYBUY, these hags within two week FOR COURTEOUS CORRECT INFORMATION :'
who has been visiting in New Our thanks to Maxine Noegelat I
here Thursday of last week PLEASE PHONE 147 t
i York and Chicago for the past Carpenter's for arranging the :
with Mrs. R. A.
t for a brief via It iM I
Lex several weeks. In Chicago she lovely: window display which acquainted ,
wife Of
; Congressman
.. of her son-in-law the people with the con
Green. The Congressmen were "vac the guest UNITED UNION BUS STATION 1
making an inspection of Camp and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Jack STATES tents of these kit bags. ,


Clyde B. Rowe has a 10-day BONDS The certificates for Staff Temple Ave. Starke. .'Iorida. 11 11t
Assistants have arrived and will\
from the
J INCOME TAX 1J (: fth AND4STAMPS bfl distributed this week.
Naval! Air Base and he and

J CONSULTANTSend wife and daughter of Jacksonville Our thanks to the Brooker girl f t i.VAUGHAN'S i..,
who brought In coat hangerswhich I
are spending part of that
to the Station CASTLE LUNCH
were given
time visiting in the home of his ,
EXPERT SHOE Name and Father, J. B. Rowe; and her parents Hospital at Camp. These girl
> and collected the hangers) In and (I''
REPAIRINGNothing Address Alvarez
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur t" '
DIRECTORY: OF around Brooker In one hour'stime. ) Good Eats
Time on Road 48. ,
Convenient ',.,
But Top Quality SERVICES Quite an accomplishment.

Leather Used for Contactingto Sgt. and Mrs Kenneth Battles FIRST PAPTIHTn TRAIN 8CHROULKMouthbouml 1'IReasonable
PantorS4M At
A. K. ,I
left Starke Dec. 30 on a 10-day N. Walnut Slrrvt j'I'

TireElectric BOX 431-D furlough for a visit with Sgt. Bat Church -School Worship 9:411: 11:00 A. M.Morning .A M. No. 1 (local) due Starke 11:10: :'

Shoe Shop STARKE FLA. tle's. slater, Mrs. Irene Baldwin inDes B. T. U. 7:00 P. M. P. M. Prices ; ;

Across From Park Theatre 41' Moines la. They returnedto Kv Wednesday nl.(C Worship Worship 8:00: 8:00:P. V M.: MFIIIKT No. 101 (Miami) due Starke 10:38P. : t;i..,
Starke Jan. 10. and upon arriving -
.. M.
201 Temple Avenue I j'
home had a telegram that MKTrlOI l"TRv. No. 107 (local) due Starke 9:50: 'I
Mrs. Baldwin had died suddenly /J. f. I'umrll. Pastor A. M.:

NAT SEZ: of a t.eart'attack., so they left the Church tin School N. Clmrrb 10-00 Htrrrt A. M Northbound l i

following day on an emergency Sunday Wurnhlp 11:00 A.: M. No. 2 (local) due Starke 4:46A. : <*!
P. MKvcnJnit ,
which YuunaPronl' 700::
n'., loo bad that garlic Furlough and attended her funeral. Wornhlp 8:00: P. M M.
adds no much to the tante of food returning home Wednesday. Wednesday Worship. 8:00 P. M. No. 192 (through) due Starke YOU ARE INVITEDTo

nhould maka one no unpopular. 20. Sgt.' Battles is stationed at PI"l'OP..LI. 6:28 A. M.

Hf While In New York I sampled Camp Blandlng, and Mrs. Battles .T.v. MAHIC Fred Yerk... llrplnrXM No. 108 (through) due Starke '
French and ,Jewish cookIng n. Churrb II..t
Italian. 6:30 M.
with that Is an employe at Frank's Fine Church School 10,00 A. M. CHRISTIAN CHURCH CONVENTION AT IIAMITON
all of It flavored Monday Worship 11:00 A. M. No. 44 (through, reservationtrain M
I forbidden vegetable. food. Sunday Evening 7:30: P. M ) due Starke 2:51: P. M.
Friday Kvvnlnic TSU: P. M. 13 13i
three Holy Day 10:00 'A. ]M.1 Starke and hell
home days
I bad to come Bill Parker III No. 101 leaves Starke 7 A. M. )

before BaU In order the Frexidenfn to be mire the'scent Bill Parker, the sfgn-paintlng', Re FIRST,. c...PHK4HYTKI1IA. II. *!!... Pmmt* .r4H No. 102 arrives Starke 1:50: P. M. Speakers .'. n
North rkrrry ft. '
would' be -. I'd hate to be a veteran of World War I, has been Church $i hoot 1U-OO, A. M iv ('...ra'IT coi'it T. RIIAI/FfItil \,'; j.t-; 'i.,. ,1'
of M. Pi.oiiniti ('''t'I. Morning: M. E. Garrett
A. roriTt. .
account Wor.hip'IIOO
wall fUm-err- Just on lick for three months and is I unable Senior Sunday rrusadea00, P. M. ( KHV.Fannl ....., ". .<,"., !'!:;;:>!;
aoracUOn' I et. even yet to do any sign Int.rmedlat. youth .:00 p M Victoria Pltrh.r, Plaintiff I I I Afternoon: ROHERT WITTY :: ,
.. Defendant, .
affil I Evening Wonhlp 7-00 P. MT. V. John Frank IMtchr.
week feeling I
)alntlng. A ago, Can No. 2307.ORDBtt .
somewhat! better be concluded .KHWAKD'1* CATHOI.IORnr. OP. 'nLIt'"ATION! Night: K. M. Montgomery '
NEW LINE That. he ,would help his brother, T.... J. Mar.kr. P..'.. HTATR ANt NOTlfR OK FMmlHA 10: John '.
DANCE FROCKSFor. who bas a roofing contract on a Tvmpl AvewveEarly Frnnk. Pltrhxr Uenitral Delivery, ei
Ma. 11.110 A. M. '
PLAY SHOES at Camp ........ Mlllorton, N. Y.
ptoup of FHA houses I>l la are required' to appear on
occasion :" r ,ffnnday Mann 9 00 A. M. Mar:: Int.. JS43. In the above namrii -
every Blanding.
Sandals & Loafers Week Day: Man* 1:00: A. M. Court and cause wherein plain BASKET DINNERSUNDAY'JANUARY 30
He'fell through a rorf and hurt Iff m.rkn dl ori-.. Bradford. Countyrelecraph ,. .,.J;'.:.... ,
$9.95 $12.95 $3.95 shall ptibffith thin Ordern
to $2.45 to himself, so that at present, though _.. H. II. Tllla.. Paalor next four weekly Imiuca.
he' Is going about be Is unable Kcrvlcca' Every SundaySunday Wltnen. my hand and official' .
"Hrhool, --10 A. M. .eat at Htarko. Florida, thin Jan I
Military Shirts (o' do any work. Among other Mornlnr Wonlllp.-Il A. H. 2th 1913.'OFFICIAL .. -
prescribed for a few -- HEAI) A..1. Thomas, -
EVENING SHOESSilver Dark Green ailments FCVneMiTAI, fiO.P LTABtR'IIACI.M An Clerk of .Id! Court.r. %? WANTED :
Officers years ago when be was a patientat Frank I Stark. Florida
& Gold Part Wool100 pc Wool the Veterans' Hospital at Lake Worshipirvite. ,I .ach lx>rd' Day, Alty. for r.drum. 1.29 41 *-11iIv
JAMBlhl \ ,
$9.95 City; he has chronic neuritis.'Route ., r,, M. OLD TYPEWRITER SPOOLS
$6.95 .School, rvtc.-* P. M. I rinrriToi. HT. HII O"OND .
Special Price i' ."" ..-Blbl Htudy .* P. &1. In 'O1TV.! ..ONIU'. IV tH/'::11f.Jr.HY. .
ExtendedI .4 toxin Hall, : ""Our customers asked to old
A NEW DEPARTMENT W dn. wiay- hfdren'a Plbl", Leon Mary Korea Maloney Plaintiff v*. are bring an spool
,$2.69JUST W.rk-4 P. M .John Maloney Defendant dm No. '
and Choral 'with i
I them when
COSTUME County Board 'of Public Thursday-Victory I'rayar Uroup ::..L purchasing a new typewriter

Instruction agreed at a recent -FrMayBvannelliitle 3 P M- ", Mo..lln.- ORDER ANI NOTICR f IF PI'RLJ'ATIO\l TO APPKARHTATB r: \Vribbon. Hy'cooperating in this way you will !
JEWELRY that Frank Norman, bus OF FLORIDA t.: John if
meeting P. M. the of ribbonson
ARRIVED Maloney whnxa add r.-.... It 541 1 prevent supplying
Necklaces driver! should receive $15 per Ireenwlch t4tre.tH Now York City.,
wooden from which
Beads would have
month for an extension: of his 0'Rt'RCD OP I'llHKTOmr S.w York. on spools you

MENS FELT HATS Service Pins And route. Bl rk. W e.t.of. fnloaHlbl Bu.soft. March You are I..'.. required It. J. In to the appear abovo on .to unwind the ribbon and rewind it on a metal eh

Light Weights Many Other Novel- _"... a C..1Ifoy Ftv.aa.ll.t ."January mi"t .Court lit and 1943, c.u.In ..the. wherein ahov 1 spool before using.
R. A. 'Woodward Study 10'00 A. M.Mornlnc plaintiff seeks divorce and Malden ;
tiesSternberg's WornhJp, 11:00 A. M. "lam reetoretl. Hradfivrd County
$3.95 74. of Key- K venlnr W".r.hlp 7:20: P. :MHlbl Telegraph. Khali publish thl ...
R. A. Woodward Study Wedaesday I:'" P. M.ItmmnifV [haler In n.xt four weekly l. .- stone Heights died Tuesday and Wltn..my hand and .fflr".1 ....!
Wednesday his body was prepared C'O."VIIITY aespicI IMItIlO' it Btarke, Florida tbla JanuaryIOFP'rC.AI.
fr..n Supplies
for burial by De Witt C. Jones Lab H MIN W ., R Gut.Evanreh.tIe BRAD A. J. Thomas !
I shipped to his former home .fcrvlc. .lery un- A. Clerk of Mid Court.
and .
I '.lay nl.ht 7'3' ('b.rl.. Miller, JackionTlll. Florida '.'
at Trenton N. J, for Interment. J. A. Brook, Sponsor. Uy. for Plf. l-2 4t x-l. I



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II:! ,"J{'IT Brooker Brevities French Officers Honor War Dead at Dakar Seeing Their Shadow

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l s' By Mr. K. J. Hazen IUD; CROSS / VJ
Members of the Red Cross met _7
LITTLK: WOMENThe : at the club house Thursday after 1 f
Little Women's Club had / IWCREASIKA5STCENSTW- r 1tM
noon and made kll'ts.Ve were I S-4 r ,
Its usual meeting at the club glad to have Mr Burns from r (

,,i houie last Friday night Martha Starke who gave a very interesting UNITED 1 Intr .

MarKpy and Willie Mae Clemons talk on Red Cross work, anil, t NATIONS "" Il th
were hostesses. A number) of other ladles who gave instructionin -1 l

games of bingo were played and knitting. We have 54.95 collected -

prizes were given for high and for filling our kits. Anyone
low. High wa awarded ,to Phyllis interested '1n doing Red Cross { IL r -

y Hazen. The hostesses served work Is asked to meet with us at a ( ;

r ;cello and cookies. the club house each Thursday ;! t
'f After this the Junior Red Cross afternoon.: ;
p meeting was held and directions *..,, s

t for knitting sweaters were given Mrs. Rosa Plnholster spent the 4 p

out. week-end In Jacksonville with her rt 4I' "

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PUBLIC TIIANKKD: son.Mrs.. Clarence Strickland of 1
The members of the sewing club LaCrosse spent Sunday afternoon f }l

4 are very proud that they have the with. her sifter, :Mrs. R. B. Hazen.

ll club bouse nearly finished and I Mrs. Eva Garnto ,,was shoppingin n tu 1 F \

,;12 painted on the outside. We wish Starke Tuesday afternoon '1tzAt ; a ,

to thank everyone who assistedIn While there she visited her uncle i .a,- /

raising the money for thin and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Frank French and Senegalese soldiers who died ia action la I the First World t ,

cauae. We are planning to paint Coll y.MIBses. war were honored recently at Dakar French North Africa, by these 5 '
I the Inside sometime soon. Jeanette Robertson and French officials. They are, left to right Coy. Gen. Pierre BoUson, ad- .1'/ .
ministrator of East Africa; General Glrand Admiral Glassford. senior '. ...
SEWING CLUB Madyline Crosby spent the week member of the special American mission at Dakar, and Gen. Jean d tv' ev ,,

r Tho Sewing Club met, at the end in Jacksonville. Barran. commander of army air and naval forces In French West Africa. /
Little Hal :Mott wan carried to This Is the first picture to come out of Dakar in more than two :years.
homo of Mr .' Eugene Long Tuesday '
the hospital in Gainesville early dd ,1'-- ;#
Jan. 19. After a social hour, 111v
Mrs. T. W. Markey was reelectcd Sunday morning.: 'We wish for Testify in Hard Coal Strike

president and Miss Lubedla Hn- him c speedy recovery, ,

holster secretary for the coming Mrs. Royce Gainey and Miss
V year. Lubedla Pinh o 1 a t e r were In

M.-a. Long, assisted by her Gainesville Saturday.

[k;f daughter, Betty, nerved fruit The many friends of Ed Crosbyof r

h cocktail, pound cake and coffeeto Jacksonville will regret to

her guests. The next meetingwill learn of his death on Jan. 20. He r r T ,

be at the home of Mrs. T. W. -Airvlved: by the widow, nine / ,

Markey Tuesday, February 2. children, 16 grandchildren and l .
nine great grand children also t k rM y1ikc1 '

} Miss Eva Faye Gainey spent five brothers and one sister. He

the sister.week-end in Raiford with her was 83 years old. ... ? c

Mrs L. W Barry and childrenand
Mrs Sarah Drlggers of Lake
Mrs. Florence Varnadoe spent
Butler and Mrs. McAulay of Lake -
Monday afternoon In Starke. I Kinnny were In Johnstown Thurs
City spent Saturday night with SUNNY BROOK FARM Evelyn Crosby ,and Mrs. Beulali
Mra. Rubylea Hall, Bettye Pal- I
Mr. and Mrs. O. W Hazen. Kelly Thursday.Mr. I day.Mr.
and Mrs. Jack Goodg and
mer and Phyllis Hazen made a By bliss Arsula Crosby
Misses Bonnie Mott and Lu- and Mrs. J. B. Griner and
business! trip to Gainesville Saturday I dausater., Doris, a n d .Frances
bedla Waters were In Starke Sat Mrs. David of Mr. and Mrs. Talmadge Griner
Mr. and Kelly Taylor of Starke w'relere/ Sun
urday afternoon.Mrs. Pine Level were visiting Mr; and and Iron, all of Tampa were guests
Leona Brown of Alabama Gene Long of Jacksonville spent of and Mrs. J. day.Mr.
Sunday night Mr.
r .. Mrs. J N. Kelly recently. and Mrs. Jim, McCullough
peat Sunday here with her aunt, the week-end here with his parents the N. Kelly.Mr .
il.-a. Lulu Parrish spent and children were In Lake Butler
Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Long.
Lawhorn. week-end in Lake Butler with : and Mrs. O. !!:. Crosby were Sunday. Their daughter Miss
Mrs. A E. McKinney of Starke Mr and Mrs. J. W. Thomaspent' ,
i ?!': ''< : ktq? frlenls:! and relatives.Mr. visiting Mrs. Crosby's parents, Estelle McCullough, who Is stay.

spent Thursday afternoon here Starke.Saturday morning in iE'. ",-,..,, t..,, ,... .."'io1., and Mrs. Garland I of Mr and Mrs. Lacy Johns of New ing there, returned home with
with her Mr. and Mrs.
parents Starke were dinner guests of Mr. River, Sunday afternoon
them for a few day.
MI' Rosa Pinholster and Mrs. President John L. Lewis
G. W. Hazen. >> and other officials of the United MInt ,
and Mrs. Alton Dobbs and Mrs Raymond Crosby was attendingto .
Mr. L. A. Brown spent Satur- M. 1<'. Wiggins of New River were Workers union as they appeared before the War Labor board to explain Mrs. Blanch McKinney was in
why 13.000 anthracite miners Inez Kelly, Sunday.: business in Green Cove Lake Butler business Saturdayand
day'afternoon In Gainesville with In Gainesville, Tuesday afternoon. struck. The matter was later placed li on
President Roosevelt's hands. Photo shows left to right. Thomas Ken Mr and Mra. J. N. Kelly were Springs Tuesday.Mr. Sunday.
brother Mr. and Mrs T W
her and sister-in-law Mr. Markey
nedy. secretary. UMW. Percy Tetlow president of District 17, and Job transacting' business In Gainesville and Mrs. Fate Brown, of Mra. A. L. Goodge of Starke
and Mrs. A. A. Hazen. spent Wednesday afternoon In L. Lewis, In conference before the hearing opened. "*;
Starke of Mr.
Monday. were guests ; was visiting her daughter MrsBough .
Mr. and Mrs. L. R. Gainesville on business. -----
Gainey spentFriday ArleyBrown
Mr. and Mrs. William Crosby Brown's mother Mrs. Wynn, and her niece, Mis.
and Saturday in Jacksonville Mrs. Rosa Pinholster and Mrs. FLA. STATE FARMBy of Mr. and Mrs. W. 'G. String-. were visiting I Mrs. Crosby'smother Sunday night.SAMPSON i Curtis Varnes, Monday.,
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with their daughters and Lee Green were In Starke Thurs-
Mrs. Austin/ of Lake
fellow Mrs. W. H. Smith spent Friday -
E. K. BouierRED
their families. While there they day shopping.
attended the funeral 1 of Ed. Mr. and Mrs. R. N Dukes of Butler, recently. CITY and Saturday In Jacksonville
Mr. Mrs. Ernest Edwardsof J. E. Jordan of
and CROSS SEW Jacksonville are guests of Mr Mr. and Mrs. By Louise Varne on business,
Crosby. Wiiliston have moved here and I The members of the CommunityClub and Mrs' M. R. Holmes. Starke were dinner guests of Mr. "';
POt Resale Colson and Mra. have rented the large farm of had an all-day meeting' After taking his preliminary and Mrs. J. N. Kelly Sunday.Mrs. Mrs. Cella Jones was In Starke Office supplies of all funds for

Colson and Sgt. Tuttle of Valdosta Alph Hazen. serving a covered dish luncheon I exams at Bland Ing, Marlon L. C. A. Crosby and children Monday on business. sale at The Bradford. County

t t ipent Tuesday and Wednesday Mr. W. H. Hinton of Jasper is Tuesday. Quite a bit of work for I Crews, Jr., was;ent to Ft. BUss, of Brooker. were visiting: Mrs.I Lem Brown and Charlie Mc- Telegraph.
here with Mr, and Mrs. O. B. spending a few days' with his the Red Cross was done and a'' Texas. Frank Crews, In the

Oolson daughter Mrs, Earl Green. good time was had by all. I I Navy;'ls"now'tn Canal 'Zone

Dr. L. A. Turner, a retired I Mrs. R. J. Kite has been appointed !
BOATDRAINBy of Bethel were Sunday guests of Baptist minister of chairman of the National

Mrs. Z. Z. Grlffla Mr. and Mrs. Gene Grlffla.Mrs. has for the past JaCkSOnvme\ Infantile Paralysis Fund Union 6lrn7Ifr//iq!

''f'r Emma Boree of Jack- duo*Ing a study \ Co., branch. She haa the assistance rga
\ has returned
Miss Morrell
Opal sonville was visiting Mr. and boos "The Meaning of Church of Mrs. L. A. Wiggins Mrs.
home after a week's visit with her Griffis J. M. Hembree Mrs. T. C. Con-
''l Mrs. C. A. last week. Memlxsrohlp," at Raiford. Mrs.J. .
deter Mrs. G. W Strickland, in
and Mrs. L. A. In
nors Shepherd a
and and entertained him ; ,
Mr Mrs. Arch Prevatt M. Bradley hap!
Korona, Fla. ,
baby Norma, of Jacksonville were throughout: the week. Mrs. Bradley procuring funds.

A Mrs. Lizzie Lee and children,! visiting Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Mrs. L. Watts. Mrs. W. H. J. G. Godwin will return Thursday You can'

Maurice, E. Z., Harvey and Max- Grlffis last week. Malo.ie and Miss Willa Jean Ma- from St. Vincent's Hospital, as

Ine of Bethel were visiting Mr. Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Brown and lone, have taken the course. Jacksonville, where he has been ,

and Mrs. Ralph Gainey Sunday. children of Orlando were visiting The weekly W. M. U. meeting for more than two weeks, recovering it time
Richard Lee and children from spot
Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Z. Z. Griffis over wan held Monday at the homeof a major operationTHERESSA every
Mrs. Herman Lee and
and baby the weekend and Mrs. Brown remained Mm. L. Watts. Intensive Bible

for a longer visit with aturly. Is being done and an Inter-
AT FIRST Mr. and Mrs Griffis. esting quiz program was conducted By Miss I U Hatpin T OSTESSES of Pan American at the airports personify

SIGN' OF A .'D Coy Strickland was visiting 1 by Mr Malone. George Packhltpt ,of Cocoa was JLjL the service of air travel. They provide many a /Y y 41

0'" )Ofr, and Mrs. W. E. Green last 'Mr. and Mrs. W. J. McGehee offer services
visiting his parent! Mr. and Mrs. pleasant surprise.They so many extra
of Ocala were guests of Mr. and
week-end and was accompanied W. W. Packham. Wednesday of
for Information and convenience.And .
Mrs. J. G. Caldwell Friday. Mr. your
fi 666 home by his wife and daughterwho last week. }. _
McGehee was attending to official t
USE have been visiting here several Mr. and Mr*. Johnny Adkins
state business. when you're thirsty at a terminal or on a
666 TABLETS.SALVE. NOSE DROPS weeks. and daughter at Jack sonvlll
Mrs. Irene B. Whit field returned
._, -.--t. Wednesday of last week from a were visiting Mr. and Mrs. S. R. Clipper another surprise awaits you in ice-cold

Swindell Sunday. Coca-Cola. Here's the drink that than
FUNERAL DIRECTOR month's visit with relatives In' more
I Mr. and :Mrs. J. H. Moore of
Jackson and Aberdeen, Miss. quenches thirst. It adds refreshment. Con
:My Many Team Experience Make. It Pomlble for Me to Render Vald 1sta. Ga., were visiting their! ,
EFFICIENT, PROMPT and COURTEOUS SERVICE MM.. J. C. Wallace of Jacksonville -: aunt Miss Ida Hagan, last Tues! tentment comes in your travels when you
was the week-end guest ofMr. 'I
-'MODERATE PRICES I day. with Coke.
and Mrs. R. J Kite and Mra. connect a
DeWITT C. JONES J. G. Godwin. This: was Mrs. Mr*. Ed Prevatt and childrenof

Starke, Florida Wallace's first", visit home since Starke were visiting her parents That refreshing difference in Coca-Cola la

O +, .. .. ..- r ..- ... -,- Lt. Walace was called into the Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Pack- assured choicest '
ham by Ingredients put together
.. ....... ..... ..., ... ...... - service. Her many friends were Friday.
happy to see her again. She will I MI' and Mrs. Payne and children with a finished art from a lifetime of prac .. \

DR. LEMUEL OLSON DENTIST leave early next week for Ft. of Starke were visiting here tice. The only thing like Coca-Cola is -
Sill, Okla., to join her husband. 1 last Sunday.
129 East Call Street } Mrs. M. D. Young will accom-j A large crowd attended services Coca-Cola, itself.

pany her mother Mrs. J. C. Flllayaw. -'I held at the Christian' I C t *

Hours 9 A. M. to 7 P. M. Evenings By Appointment to her home in Aahburn, Church- Robert Witty was the
Ga., Wednesday Mrs. Flllayaw speaker. It's natural for popular names to acquire friendly

has visited here for the past two 'W.liter' Swindell and Erneet abbreviations. That's why you hear Coca-Cola

w I months. Trie.t were visiting the called Coke. Both mean the same thing...
'WHY GO FISHING ? MUs Bernice Dopson has been family last Saturday. the"coming community"from a.tingle source, and well known to

quite 111 for a week following a OtHma Sullivan of Miami was
1' GO TO NEWSOME'S MARKET"Fresh ton llectomy. visiting friends and relatives here
Dr and Mrs. R. P. Stubbing over I be week-end. t.A t.n t.

Water and Salt Water Fish, Shrimp etc. and daughter, Mary Rivers, have!I t Mils Hilda Brown of Hampton L"
returned after a week's visit with \ spent Sunday with Misses Eva
Live and Dressed Poultry Fruits and Vegetables relatives in Tallahassee Mae and Llllle Mae Trlest.

6 R. H. Cox Is visiting his motherIn

v Orlando, for severs! days. WOODLAWN ...
NEWSOME'S MARKETNext MM. John E. Williams of Talla-
By Alice GrovesMlis
hasaee is visiting her father and r

mother-In-law Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Virginia Griffis of Union
Door To New Method Cleaners On Temple Ave.
Williams Her husband John E.', spent the week-end with i her

Williams, S. P. 3rd Class, of Nor-'! cou+in, Miss Mary Lou Rosier.

folk, Va., will Join her for a few I Mr. and Mrs 'J. E. Thorntonof

days visit and together they will II, Jacksonville spent a few days
Do Work-
Superior ;
then go on to St. Petersburgwhere with their' mother, Mrs. Chess r N io
they will be stationed. Padgett.

Sgt. Theodore Gabala of Camp Ellery Groves of Jacksonville 1ii5

For Better Cleaning Bland Ing was the week-end guestof was visiting his brother, Wiley
Mr, and Mrs. M. R. Holmes. Groves, Saturday.
Trained courteous and efficient hostesses of
Mrs. Gertrude 'Weiss of New Ancil
TIIE York City, who has been the Thompson In who has been Pan American Airways know how he pause
TRY Tampa, Is now em- that refresh with ice-cold Coca-Cola
house guest of Mr. and Mrs. B. ploycJ at Camp Blanding keeps

NEW METHOD CLEANERS Hershfield! for some time, returned Mr. and Mrs. Willie Groves things running

home Friday by way of and family of Baldwin were visiting smoothly.'I'M
Mr. and Mrs. E. O. Edwards Owners Camp Davis, N. C., where she will Wiley Groves .
recently.E. best is
the better
visit bet Candidate always buy
BOn Mortimer
N. Wester
au Temple Your Patronage Pb"eeI who has been
Weiss, for several
employed In
Avenue and
Appreciated 114
Pvt. Ralph Butman of Camp Mrs. Wester have moved back to iOTTliO
Of TNt
Blan.llng was the week-end guest I the term here. COCA-COtA COMPANY ft


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( I 1 PLUG VS. WHIP When I was In school I was under

the Impression that about the biggest ,

You hear a treat deal today orthodox bed-making girl[ Is doing. astronomical numbers dl.tances-the which existed 83 were million ,"
? about putting emphasis on a child's But her is where the spark plug
miles to the Sun. the ISO: mil )
creative gifts and much of it must theory often fails in practice. For lion miles to Venus end the 288.000 i {It,
) seem a little .Illy to parents who human beings like dogs and horses, miles to the Moon.
were drilled in the three R's. With need training. AU you have done so But I imagine the modern; schoolchild r A b.. .,
/ out going into a discussion of mod- far is find the way to train a par- who has advanced beyond the
ern teaching methods let's see If tlcular child which will not seriously fourth grade pooh-poohs little numbers f
/ we can't clarify a bit this approachto conflict with his own nature. But like that and. it he reads the I'
learning which uses a child's knowledge doesn't take the placeof newspapers, doesn't think he's
natural bent as a starting actual drill and
agent. experience. Anne ,
'talking big" unless he refers to .
0 0 1 Perhaps we might liken it to using wants a room which looks like a hundreds of billions. tip ;,;
a spark plug Instead of a whip. studio instead of a bedroom. Very The word trillion hasn't yet become ,
Now finding what constitutes eachchlld's well but It must look Like a studio I a common term. but. as 0
spark plug is one of the every day not Just when Anne feels I studied the President's budget tor
main responsibilities of parents and the decorative urge! You'll haveto
194J. it was obvious that it will soon
teachers. Because the child can'ttell find your own way of convincing become a household word.
you. And his instinctive way I Anne of this. How about saying: Because of the way the word billion -
of going at things may be so different -I "You can't expect the rest of the
00C from that of his parents he family to tolerate such an eyesoreas in reference to dollars is IWT' ., ,y 1
bandied about in Washington I V
may spend years finding out it was your room is four days out of
that the
the right way fur him after all. seven. So up you BO to the attic imagine even pennypinchers
in are getting so they
In the meantime he has wasted his bag and baggage, until you are congress
to bill
energies trying; to conform to his ready to keep a room which won'tshame are which willing only calls, approve for reasonable any
parents' methods of work So today the rest of us." But remember .
number of millions.
we study the way a child worksat to make this distinction-It isn't '
things he likes to do and then Anne you are ashamed of. it's her MILLIONS tipsAs 'i
\ instruct him as to how things he room! Don't make her feel] an outcast
doesn't like to do can be accomplished Just convince her that in com we thumb down the ,list of Flatter Your Winter Menus With a Crisp Salad Bowl /
'In. much the same manner. munal living the rest of the family Items In the new budget those '
which under (See Recipes Below] ) I L hundred million
For example take two girls who have the right to be spared the are a
like to sew. One sews fast, working sight of her untidiness.The look sort of like the Item for "tips"on ,
breathlessly for an effect-for style mistake most of us make a talesman's expense account. Flair for Salads ,
for dash. The other works slowly when cultivating the creative aide As far as the general public Is This Week' Menu ,".t

taking great satisfaction in neat is in thinking we will do it harm by In concerned, little interest is shown Tie a string around your finger '\
seam Now let's transfer these driving it a bit. Ask anyone who which any of these miscellaneous add items and remember that salads belong] in Pork Liver With Rice j. (,
altogether to
methods of work to the business of earns a living through a creative up only a
wintertime too. Baked Squash : t"
billion or two. Yet up to 1917 the menus I ,
keeping one's room clean. talent if this is sol Few creative
-Bermuda Salad Bowl
total annual expenses of our government Their cool will be a
First there's Anne who loves to artists ever get beyond the need to
had never amounted to one tonic to stove hot meals and Corn Muffins Honey
Ouc achieve an effect A bed with drive and discipline themselves. your -
smooth, smooth sheets which would What they have over the outright billion except for the year 1805. their vitamin alphabet Cranberry Bavarian Cream '
at the end of the Civil when
!!ales begged him to helj her get a divorce from Harry and Irgilimiu her }.lease much the painstaking to her. Sheets girl won'tmean don'tshowl have drudges found of the the world channel is through the government spent $1.300.000.000 war, i"'cr } Is one ahd of Recipes Given Beverage N41\f',
the longest
I present petition.; Dick newly made a lieutenant; commander, would not hrar to put our country together again. 'I! RD' '
I She'd rather have a day bed which their drudgery results In 'fit'
: most substantial
of K. Il might break into a scandal that would injure his career. Billions, as far as government expense it et "
which can be made to look like a something; created
(, Is concerned. Is a term ',4 that you can find 5i cop cold water :
couch with coorful.pread and lots Another mistake is to be disappointed '
KATHLEEN NORRIS which into in food. Oranges 1 water
By came vogue with the last any cup
of pillows. Well], why not? It's I If' your child's creative talent .
story of Helen van PAYING THE PIPER as much work to fold up a day I is not for the arts but for cookIng World war. In 1917 government expenses and grapefruit li! cup sugar
THE unusualone. The "Helen van Dyne" oj/ bed and get a nice studio effect as gardening, sewing or orgrtb] went over the billlop line are having a fling In their ?44 cup orange/ Juice 'I't' f
is a most thin letter called the tune'18 it is to put sheets on straight, and Izing. After all to one great creative the and soared In during 1918 the two years of abundance, and crackly crisp, red % cup lemon Juice (:
Like all the rest of fold the spread nicely] over the pil talent born into the world there war. government expenses red apples ore better now than during !" teaspoon salt
antI the is totaled $12.608,000.000 '
us she has carefully made years ago, now protesting low. And with this sort of room. are millions of little talents one t* 1918 reached 918.923.000.000. and After in warmer months. Use leftover Soften gelatin in cold water Boll '

her troubles built herself against the terrible keeping the slam-bang] girl is being almost everyone of us. that if f< v that they dropped back to around bits of vegetables or Just plain] water (1 cup with Itt cups sugar for ,
[ own ; price she must the allowed to create something which tered lend the sparkle to life whica
pay piper. three to four billion a year until greens lettuce and watercress 3 minutes). Pour over softened gelatin .
I the cross she has to car- For he pleases her eye Just as the more lilts it out of the monotonous. J
still collect whether 1932. Then they went UP to five. and your table will take on a new stir well and cool. Add fruit '

ry. But in her case it wasn't she likes it or not It's easyto six seven, eight and nine billion charm. juices and pour Into ring mold. Let ;.

"< the ignorance, stupidity or say you are willing to take and. !In 1941. reached 12775000000.: A bit of cheese here and there cool until firm. Unmold, serve on I:'
All of
those figures sound like will bring sharpness In lettuce with center filled with Wal ,)
the a longed-for
mere laziness that some of us consequences of an uncon small change now as we plan fora .
! can claim as an excuse; Helen ventional act. Its not q/lite.o HOUSEHOME FASHIONPATRICIA 100 billion dollar expenditure for salads Here's one that makes use dod salad: '
,simple as all that because the year 1943.FAItiILY of winter vegetables, and Is as pretty Waldorf Salad. }ill'
broke the law you '
deliberately as pretty can be:, tJ4 cup diced unpeeledred t'
and she has can t decide what the consequences $3,125
now to pay for it. Bermuda Salad Howl apple f. "
she are to be and when To get down to the kind of money (Serves 6 to 8)t ) 1 cup chopped celery II'1 f',I
Eighteen years ago wasa you are to be confronted with Individual citizen. d.alln. our government small head cauliflower, J4 cup broken nutmeats {!h?:

beautiful woman of 22. mar- them. Sometimes they threaten expense for 11113 will 1 small head lettuce Ji cup salad dressing .

ried to the wrong man. There the very happiness /jor eY family.amount And approximately if. by the end$3,125 of per the Vt large peeled Bermuda onion Combine all Ingredients together

wasn't any question of his being the which you once risked all. p war. the public debt reaches 300 M cup storied olives, allced and fill ring mold or If served separately .

wrong man; he did not provide for I / DOW billion is It may the average fam.I Watercress, for garnish fill let-

her he drank he annoyed and humiliated and woman ever felt themselves so I Author W Slater Mary'. heft. I ily debt trill be over 10000. 154 cunce Blue cheese, crumbled tuc cups. If ap-j I

her with what seemed actual truly man and wife as we did. We For each t'.
pleasure] ,and he openly said he never thought of the irregularity of 'spends the average cost per familyla Separate uncooked cauliflower Into advance squeeze i

didn't like her. She had been mar our relationship; we had decided Many of us have closed some of $31. So )In checking the federal floweret. Break lettuce Into pieces. Juice of one-half* .

ried three year. when she met the once and for all that ours was a the rooms of our homes while others budget a family should decide for Toss together with cauliflower lettuce lemon to prevent ; 'r'I'
man who under happier circumstances have filled every available space each billion dollar appropriation I their +
truer marriage than hundreds that onion rings, olives and french
with Ive
whether It worthwhile
as as our rooms seem
many persons
would have been the Ideal! are approved I dressing into which the blue cheese dark.A .
every suppose will accommodate. In either case them to spend $31 of their ow I ''i
husband for her. we always intended to straighten* it certain rooms must do double duty money for the purpose for whlfi; has been crumbled. salad for every purpose Here's

Dick had everything. Charm gentleness out, but the years went so fast and especially bedrooms. the money is being appropriated: Look to the crisp and Juicy apple one for a lovely winter luncheon or

manner. Intelligence, success. were so happy that nothing seemedto There's no reason why a bedroom Even from the viewpoint of our for real menu Inspiration. bridge refreshments:
He had been a young naval! be missing shouldn't mean much more in our own money however a million dollars Apples Peach Cup Salad.

omcer In the last war but had after Divorce Too Late. scheme of living than a mere placeto or so, spent by the govern which provide (Serve 6))

ward resumed law studies and wasa "Now. to go back to the old] town sleep. It should be a cheerful., a ija.. ..e 4w meat Is still "small potatoes." The plenty of vitamin 12 halve canned peaches -fc:
sunny spot by day and a comfortable average cost for each family for a t
Judge in J4 apple butter
a short time. cup
remarkably A-to
hunt Harry and make help you resist -
up :
restful one by night-a friendly : N i million dollar government expend(
Helen] suffered all the agonies of I for a divorce without the chil- retreat for each member of the w a'e', ;et'' :k ': '!"i& ture is only about three cents. So winter colds 3 ounces cream cheese ",

frustrated love for a while, and then I dren suspecting that something extraordinary household.To r O' If we can have a new building In and Infections. )4 cup celery f

she and Dick left town. established, I was going on, is utterlyout this end every bedroom needsat Washington or a big park built by along with sunny W cup chapped, nutmeats t j ,
themselves In a western state and of the question. And even if I least'one comfortable chair for the WPA. for the price of a postage carrots make fora $4 cup seeded raisins. If desired n

prospered. They now have a boy of did what would it accomplish sine lounging and rest with a table and stamp per family, we're apt to say, nice salad: Arrange nests of lettuce on plat '

16 and a girl two years younger. Dick is not within reach? The slightest good light by its side. If the roomis 1 "What the heck ." and let 'em Apple-Carrot Salad Place two peach halves In nestafter f'f'ter. I,
large enough to accommodate a have the million dollars.I .
When an occasional old friend encountered suspicion of it would break Pam's chaise longu nothing is more luxurious i ee i. I have been talking! In averagesso II.rle. red apple., coarsely diced they have been filled with mix

her, Helen always said heart and shame my proud handsome and satisfactory In a bed :. .. .. far but actually it I la the people t cop shredded raw carrels ture of .apple butter blended with /
that she had divorced Harry and confident boy. They would lose room than one of these "long : married Dick but as a matter of faith.in their mother forever. chairs... nit p.rs: v a' o. r the great proportion of our tax bilL K cup cream sweet er soared Serve with honey flavored mayon :, !
fact there was no marriage. When "When Dick and I first decidedto Instead of a bedside table our .: ..*,s p.. a: O.O Some families won't pay any of If:, IK tablespoon lemon Juice naise. '

she asked for it, Harry flatly] re- take this step 18 years ago" the great grandmothers called them l h Y ,ha'as'A others of average income will have Ball and pepper to taste Since it's the muffin season, this is '

| fused to consent to a divorce, and letter goes on, "we faced the consequences "candle stands" a small chest of I to pay more than $31 per billion to Dice apples without peeling and a good place to Include a muffin k
as Helen had left him and drawers is smart and thrifty. The make up for those who don't pay they well with salads
already go so : :
or thought we did, combine with grated carrot and on. If
drawers will take no more room and people with large incomes
up JI any
gone to place herself under Dick's squarely. We even spoke of a possible than a 'table will furnish the same .u'.:. "i.Y" will be called upon to pay many ion. Add cream blended with lemon .Corn Sticks, Muffins r '. \

protection she couldn't with any child and I remember saying table-top space and In addition pro time that $10,000 average necessary Juice, salt and pepper Serve In (Make 12 medium) !

dignity' !insist upon It. that If we had one he or she wouldbe vide room for the overflow from lu to get the country out of debt. crisp lettuce cups.A K cup yellow' corn meal 1 1I

Happy Home and Children. a little gipsy who wouldn't worry dresser drawers a* well as room I I salad that can make you the cap sifted floor !
Dick and Helen have a lovely about conventional oversights. We for many personal belongings for I erasingSome hit of the party Is this grapefruitring 6 teaspoon baking powder '

home friends a prominent positionin felt that we were strong enough to which there never seems to be a people argue that the public If you fill the center with a wal- 6 tablespoon sugar '

the small town where they live. rise above the law and to us both it suitable tuck-away place in a room.A I debt Is merely a bookkeeping notation dorf salad made of apples as crispas I egg well beaten I "j
desk or a writing table of some t Infer
and that by some arithmetical
The children go to high school] and seemed preposterous that an Irresponsible I description Is a real convenience In :* Juggling it may be possible the frosty night: I cop milktablespoons i\

are preparing for college. Richard idle impecunious and Im every bedroom. Placed near a win- 4f to wipe it out.Expert'accountants. Grapefruit Salad Ring. I shortening, melted d

Junior happens to be a proud and provident man like Harry should I dow and with a de k lamp a deskIn can do remarkable (Serve 6 to $) Mix and sift dry Ingredients. Combine I (

dignified boy; he has literary ambitions have any power over our lives. one's own room makes letter. things with figures but I 2i! tablespoons gelatin well-beaten egg and milk and ,
and likes to refer to his ancestry "But Dick Junior is NOT an unconventional writing an easy and delightful task. doubt It even Einstein could devise add to dry Ingredients. Stir In short
gipsy of boy snd Naturally each room will be furnished a formula for erasing those hundreds I jl
his good blood his Americanism. type r GI ening. Bake In greased muffin tins
little Pamela is the clinging] gentle and decorated according to of billions of debt from thegovernment' in Iron corn-stick f
Pamela i I. frail fine sensitive my or pans (which
the tastes of Its Individual occupant .
and both type, and I don't dare think of books. I Lynn gays: I have been heated before
are devoted passionately -, A boy's room will be quite Other wishful thinkers who hop being ..1:
to their parents. what the truth would mean to them. different from a girl's room but to get out of spending the rest oj greased) In a moderately hot ( :25- .
Last February Dick quite suddenly What Is the right way out. one that the are certain pieces of furniture their lives paying governmeet Your Diet i.q.t'11 you're deft I. degree) oven 20 to23_ minute.

rejoined the navy-and was sent will save us all?" that make for comfort and enjoy. debts suggest that the government cient in some vital vitamins and Ruby red cranberry sauce goes f

overseas. Helen] had little time to I'm not answering this letter because ment whoever may occupy the might carry the debt on its book minerals you may have certain into this delightful ,bavarian cream

argue the situation with h.lm before as far as I can see, there is room. Hanging shelve, a small / ; forever Instead of trying to collect physical Indications of this lack. dessert that's made with corn syrupIf
he left but she did beg him to help no answer. When and if Dick Sen.Ior' bookcase or built-in thinla shelves take 826 It. But if there Is a 300 billion dollar Check the following Indications: you're short on sugar:
care of the many each; mem i debt this would that I
her get a divorce from Harry.and comes home after' months. It ber of a family accumulates and 206 ,... about eight! billion dnllara mean In Interest Frequent ear and sinus troubles Cranberry Bavarian Cream }

legitimize her present position. Dick; might be possible for Helen to persuade needs a place !or;. would have to bet paid on it-each ] nose, throat and sinus Infections (Serve 6 to 6)) i
newly made a lieutenant commander him to make things as right Dirndl year. At that rate by the end of ? Perhaps you're missing 2 tablespoon*, gelatin
would not hear of It. It might as they can be made now. If be As you study seed) cataloguesread Charming 40 years we would have paid 300 vitamin A-found In meat, eggs, % cap cold water ,
break into a scandal that would -injure doesn't come back, perhaps Helen up oa the fundamentals of Pattern No. 82_You brush her billions In Interest and would still milk green vegetables, yellow- 1 1-pound can Jellied craaerry
his career. Rumors would could confide in her mother-in-law plant life as well as details of what bangs smooth you tie a ribbon in have the 300 billion debt oa tho colored fruits and vegetables.Is sauce
makes a good garden soil and howto her hair. You slip this dirndl frock
the children books. f
the old lady to
reach their own town and above : the and K cop sugar, or K cap light
appetite are
heirs. get it As you read make: plenty on her and button it up the front. Whatever plan Is worked out, we poor
all. It would hurt the children. The of her son her. of notes with reference to your Then she's a picture-a delightful are going to be paying heavy taxes you nervous and tired? You may corn syrup
only thing to do was to go on a,* Husband Always a Threat. own particular soil conditions. vision of Just how attractive a sweet for many years to come to pay be skipping over lightly vitamin 1 tablespoon lemon Juice

they were, until some 'day Harry To find Harry now wouldn't do Wood ashes are one of the best little girl can bet the cost of this war and to pay oft Bl-found In whole grain cereals H teaspoon saltI .
died when they could quietly be much good because Helen even if sources of potash a most Important Pattern No. 8200 1.s I in 2. 3, 4. the excessive wages which million. meats and fish liver and kidneys.: egg while t i
married. divorced couldn't be married to plant food. Be sure to save all 5 and 6 year Size 3. short sleeve. of men working on war orders are Can't recover quickly from a 1 cup heavy cream whipped

Helen hat not heard from, Dick Dick until Dick returns, and unless the ashes that accumulate from the requires 2 yards 33-inch material collecting today. cold from that run-down feeling Soften gelatin In cold water and f
has somewhat Improved be fireplace and keep them until springin 6 yards braid. *b yard material for So. even though It only costs
since early In' He Is Harry us .
September. hot
: or having bleeding gums and a dissolve over water. Crush cranberry
in the base cuffs.Nam.
a perfectly dry place contrast collar and of
her a
threaten average postage stamp
missing perhaps dead and If he might seriously peaceof ment. per .sallow muddy complexion? Better sauce and combine with sugar

doesn't come back her affairs will mind. and betray her to her chll You win need to order your fertilizers I family million for dollars the government It would be to a spenda good get more vitamin c-from oranges (or corn syrup) and lemon Juice.

be hopelessly complicated. For dren. early and some kinds will idea If we all decided to go la for grapefruit, green leaves, Add gelatin and stir welL Whip
there I la a rich old grandmother as So that the only thing to do Is goon be rationed if available at aIL Use stamp saving In a big way.iff cabbage, tomatoes and berries. egg whites and salt and fold into

proud as Richard Junior, who Is this way for the present and them sparingly when the time Anemia? Feel tired -and ]listless cranberry mixture.. Fold In whipped
that time-time that bring come and In the meantime save Add,... 1
dealof lope into
presently going to leave good ? You may need Iron-molasses cream. Turn large or Individual -
,money to Dick's children. But about so many unexpected solutions. your wood ashes. liver beans, peas, whole molds which have been rinsed in

Helen is still Harry wife under the to our human mistakes and pro!) grain cereals, egg yolks and leafy cold water Chill until firm, un- r1
law. Should] Harry turn up he could ems-will offer an opportunity sooner Warn..1 paper 0' vegetables.] mold and serve.
wreck their Uv... Helen knows it or later to straighten out all this. A dim. IUt .f *v ryslaOor green hauuhoU
Poor teeth brittle bones excessive Have you o particular or
and agonizes over it. It Is one thing to call the tune at \ w. aam Pattern N" size 11 bleeding when accidents cooking problem on which you would
"I have moment's 22. and feel quite willing to face the I like ailvicef Write Hut L.IIChoIft6.n.
not bad one or weakened heart and expert to
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and It Is another to OUR QUOTAfor
peace of mind months she consequences, el 'Western Newspaper Union,
for ..< write "We bad drifted along comfortably I pay the piper when he comes around be Eat 110 South Vesplainet Street, Chic...,
responsible. more
for without ever with his bill. Real consequenceshave VICTORY with Patricia Dow, Patterns may Illinois, explaining your problem fully j
so long maddening way of being j eggs, cheese, milk and cream la her. Pleat enclose a ttempeJ, .. /.
suspecting that anything would a complicated. V.5 WAR BONDS see w. Stea al. Slew tr.rk. N. T. U...... BONOS and vegetables. tddreaed envelope for your reptft t
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Starke for 20 years, moving re- Rotarian Bristol Mad Dog Killed tiff .e.ks divorce. Brad fn,7

; : 1 Scramble For Locations In Starke cently from a tin building near Telegraph In next four shall PubliSh this' 1'0 H,,'

I' the SAL depot, The Southern Proves Loyalty AU persons who were bitten bya Witness my weekly hand la""H

Bell Telephone Co., bought Its' large dog in the Kingsley Lake seal at Starke, Florida Rnd, 0",
I In All Parts Of Town uary 28th., Ihl, ,
You take his 1943.
Changes can away gas
; predint site from Titus Olson, section Thursday, Jan. 21, should (O Ftl.I; : SNAf,) ,
spent several thousand dollars re- And his oil for heating. take treatment for rabies at once! As of said Court. Tho,

In last week's issue, the Tele-i I:i i Temple Garage was formerly op- merly being in the space now oc- modelling and equipping it and But you can't keep a good Mrs. W. E. Torode shot the dog, Atty'r. Frank, for 1 1.andrum 1t. $tark... Ph.,.,

graph carried a story about the era'ed by Sam Anderson, he having cupId by Van Patel'a lunch I opened up the new business-so Rotarian hla head was sent to the State 1-P7IN 41 :

number of Call street businesses old' out tq the present owner. room. Mr. Conway likewise leas I far as Starke is concerned-since From his meeting! Board of Health in Jacksonville : COI'N'I'V('III'I'IT' ', ('OI'RT. lilt UI'()

which had been playing the game I Li. L. Libby. L. M. Gaines has ed the service' station to Van the boom began.Angelo' The determination with which for examination, and It was in the"worst ('KItY.. FLOfun"1 1'\ c.lt,

I of "fruit basket", figuratively: purchased the R. M. (Red)'' Al- Patel. Grill 10 also a productof I I Starke Rotarians strive for that I stage" of rabies, the report Joule VII. Lamar HuryMlne Weilons We, Ilona. f'IHln''

i speaking moving here and there, varez Service Station. Now to, leave Temple. Avenue, thj boom,' although the buildIng "100 percent attendance" was I said. There should be no No. ')20711. Defendant, r

c old businesses\ selling out, new 0 1; The :Winkler building 'Is new the Trianon Building &: Supply l has been In the same hands : graphically demonstrated when L. I delay on the part of,, those bitten, ANn HDER NOTII"E OF PLTRLICATIO TO '

\ businesses( opening up, and the 1?', and Mr. Winkler moved his business Co., and the Trianon Development all !along. Mr. Leviton formerly R. Bristol rode anr antiquated bicycle it was stated. Welinne STATE OF FLORIDA A"i'10' I..t,

like. This week likewise, for the I I from a room In the back of Corporation near the depot were operated a tailor shop in this on a round-trip! from the I ettevilie, .. N.whose C. 7esiden I"

special benefit of the newcomers,I his residence to his present loca both organized burned and closed location. State Farm to Starke-a total Mr. Thorn 111i March You tr. required to

I tne rest of the town will be re-0. tion. Noegel'a- Cafe is a new rlnce the Blanding boom be .The distance of 18'mllea-In order to .d Court and.., 1943, in the aluve a.n
I business alsb. situated In ,the Starke Coca Cola Co., whilean attend the regular luncheon here : Julius L. of the tiff seeks caulI".h"P..ln II.
M'' \'lew'"d.! gan. Also the A. A.. Annie Lumber old ,i, Thorn. Director dlvorc. }
First. the newcomer together I I I Wlnkler building. The Magic Oil Co., at the head of Walnut changed hands concern the here. recently Wednesday. USO-YMCA. is at home with a In Telegraph n."t tour.hall weekly publish this(0'0
present concern i'ti.
:.k 'with the "old-timer"'who has had Company formerly occupied the street, opened and closed since serious eye infection. He was Witness my hand and
ta t buying it from De Witt C. seal at Or!.
)lapse of memory. Is _ked to:Jpresjat I site of both the New the boom began. The Ideal J ones. Property Improved i stricken the latter part of last uaryzsth.Mtarkq.. UU, ,.1"lorida this J*

'Ir walk up Temple Avenue with the :' Method Cleaners and Newaome's Laundry's branch on Walnut week and, upon advice of a local COF Jo'ICIAL SEAL) A. J Th,,

reporter. The Starke Taxi Ser: Market. street.is housed in a new building The Landrum-Brownlee buildingon The SIstrunk property on the physician went to JackHonville to T.A.Frank Clerk Landrum of said Court. '

vice is of course a product of:I Sam Gottlieb's Liberty Studio Is 'erected by Robert Green, who South Thompson street is 'new, corner; of Call and Church streets consult a specialist. "It will get Att3P. for Pit. 8tark.1-29, fl'loh'

the boom being; first owned by' a new business In a new building. i formerly operated his own branch and the Wonder Gift Shop In the has recently undergone considerable worse before it gets better" he tllI'V

Capt. R. O Kldd. later by the I A year or so ago Mr. Gottlieb there. south space Is also new. L lla's improvement. Elam Lewis was told. and Tuesday mOI'nlnkIt ( ('IRVIETOITTy, ('Of'RT. DR 'OPn
-4 Canvas, and at present by J. W. i.built a partition in his building The Bradford Engineering Co. Beauty Salon was formerly located screened more than 50 feet. of was "worse1 with both eyes CicRY. l \ 1'11,
Kldd Service and leased the north to In the building now oc- porch on the west and south sidesof George TendJer )>Plaintiff
Andrews Jr. The space across from the Starke Ice Co., closed. This gives his friends Tendl..r, n.C..noant VI.I..,'
Station. at the same location, now Louis Shafkln for Louie's army plant on Jackson street Is a new cuplej by her Dress Shoppe on the lesidence. He also re-; hope, that. within a few days his OKr>KH: OF I'VnUlMATU),,''
- Kldd store. W. A. Cook's frame building Call street. In the same location deco 'ate4 three of the apartments llM.isi' will AND NOTICK TO APP -*
owned by V. B. was prior plant and a new, business, opened pass. STATK OF FLORIDA ''L
well Sam Got- where the new concrete block In the: building, including the two emller.. to: I.
$ to Blandlng owned by C. K. Bur !I. new, as as and closed since Camp Standing whose rcaldVm*. i. .
_ J ton., During the early Blanding, lleb'a other concrete block buildIng was established here. building now stands, an old frame occupied by the G. M. SIstrunk Mrs. 'Claude D. PopeMrs. J..r..y.North 12th 8trert Newark ,
next door. Mr. and Mrs. I structure formerly' stood which and the C. A. Futch families, You .
t days the Orange Linen bus station I Now, along Court street be I are required to 'a"p"ar
_ ? was housed there. I Cook formerly of the Kozy Corner I found several new businesses may all housed<< the"'new1 A & A cafe and el nee they moved\: back from their Bertie A. Pope, 30, wife March named Ixt Court. I ii and 4 a, In |tue|, lib.,

The Vaughan Castle Lunch, now operated 'the business In this : hou93d In Lex Green's new build- the Starke Bakery which had new home on Kingsley Lake.Mr. of Claude Dv Pc-pe who lives five I plaintiff seeks dlvor cause.... Hr"dr wb..,.

operated by Mrs. Olive Sault, was I new building, and R. F. Llghtaey :, Ing. The Bradford County Abstract previously: ." been T,,- located on Callstleet. Lewis la now painting 'the miles west of Starke on the Ral- Order County, In Telegraph next four Shall weekly! 'publl is: ,.::1

formerly owned by Mr. Vaughan. operated Thelma's place in the Co., Is operated by Mr. and woodwork of a 3-car concrete ford road, died In the State Farm Witness .my hand and offi'ial.

- Prior to that time, l K.' B.' Mllllgan' two spaces. in Got t lIeb's new Mra C. A. Knight The Bradford De Witt C. Jones now has his block garage which Charlie, Johns, hospital last Friday afternoon at Snth.: Stark., i943.OVFiCIAL: FkirMtt' this JIU'U.,

had a cafe there. But before building. At the present time Barbur Shop was opened since the I funenl: horn",in a new building carpenter, built there a short time about 4. 'o'clock of childbirth.Her ( SEAL) A. .1. Thon
I Gus Petiousa both the i on the corner 'of'Nona and Mabel ago. A. Clerk of said Court.
I the boom Dr. M. B. Merlong had operates boom began by Myrtle Reynolds, body was prepared for i';. K. Pe..ryman. IItal'k. ,
-'itT his office there for five yeai'll.I I L & M Snack and Thelma'a PlaceIn who also ope n e d the StarkeBeamy streets. His business Is old, but burial by De Witt. C. Jones andshipped Ally. for Pit, ,1..9 PI"4l :

'kie later allowing the Starke Chamber these two buildings.L. : Shoppe. She kept them i was moved a few months ago Shirley Ruth SheppardShirley to her old home at, Alma, IV IHCItr cots.-' ,'. Illltlt'

; of Commerce to use the north : F. Dinkins Is the first and only a few weeks and S. E. from the present site of the Ga., for Interment. She Is survived ('OITNI'Y' OHIWtt 1'011,
.. of'/the only operator of the Dlnkina Starke Coca' Cola plant on the Ruth Sheppard, 8- 1.'icilyEdna -
4; side / building. I Sparks bought the barber shop by her husband and six Kleffer. Plaintiff v*. }fn....
Kitty's place was formerly the Standard Station, In the new build- and later sold It to Its present cormr: of 'Madison and Thompson months-old daughter of Mr. and children. Kleffer, Defnda.ntfti. < No 1:10:|

site of Maude's .Lunch Room, Ing. The Union Bus Station la owner, James V. Cannon. Mrs. street W.* Mrs. Wm. Starling Sheppard of ORDER> NOTICE OF P1TRLICATIX'ANt i TO )

Maude J having gone to the old housed; In a new building erected Alma! Nader purchased the beauty the State Farm, died Monday at Advancing In WAVES STATE OF FLORIDA APPEAR to: H.
1 her home a mile and a half east ard KI..tter. 0 e n e ra I ,,
the station for- |
location of (he Kozy Coiner. The. by Lacy Conway, shop. The Starke pry; Cleaners Elected Director of Starke of Frankford, Pennsylvania "
pneumonia. flerbody
Ie ""--- _. _.._.._ _.._ -'" & sundry, Junlus Smith, pro- I Nora Agnes Anderson 22 aformer March You Int.ore 1841 lrdnr to appear i
--- -- -- -- for burial ;
"'ietjr, moved a.few months ago J." R. Kelly, deputy in the office was prepared by supervisor with the Bell d Court and cause wherein above' nlui nu,

EVERY BRANCH OF From Its location on Call street .Jf.clerk of the circuit court, De Witt C. Jones and taken to Telephone Co., In Starke, has tiff Meek divorce bradford tun
Daytona Beach, their I former Telegraph shall publish thin Or
4 where the Main Military Supply walt elected a dlrector-at-large at homo, for Interment. completed the five-week Indoctilnatloa In 'next four weekly Issue
store i III to its present new buildIng the annual of the course at the Naval Training Whness my hand and Mfl|<
meeting Clay peal at Starke. Florida. this
YndUI'anCeR. en the corner of Court" andJeffoison Electric' Cooperative.' Inc., held School for WAVES at Cedar wiry Z8th, 1948OFFICIAL .
I streets. Joe Sistrunk Back Fall, Iowa. ( SEAl.) A. J. Thorn
Thu/sday; JM21, at Keystone AH Clerk of said Court.
Nw, to take a little Jaunt to Now an apprentice seaman, she T. Frank
Heights. The cooperative, operated Joe SIstrunk, who has been In LandrumStarke, Flirt
down-town Walnut street. The by the ,7Rural ,Electrification the Army for the past four may oe selected to attend one of .Atty. for Pit I 1.34 it 2

: Jrownnteen[ shoe repair shop in Administration/ portions of months, Is back at home on a I several schools and advance to iv rim-i'IT ('(SI IIT. nu un"OIl
the Starke Telephone Co.. building the rank of petty officer, ('01. NT*'. Fi.oitm\i iv tilt
Bradford County and has grown! medical! : discharge. He ppent a ('.:nv. _
across from the Postofflce occupies until it has I Frank C Blown Plaintiff, vii I,
now 1,725 connected few weeks
C. WALL at Camp Blandlrig and Office
of nil kinds.
supplies for Defendant.
nora C., Blow, Cane
the old site of the Western
member and lines extending Into the balance of the- time at Camp Mule at The Bradford County 1609.
_ Union Telegraph Co. Guidon'sGrill 10 ountles-a total of 900 miles. Shelby. Miss. i Telegraph ORDER OF PUBLICATION
: It a new business In the newMarc.as AND NOTICE TO APPKA1I
Agency Brown building along *,
nora C Hlowe whose reHl with Marcus Browns law office; 14 10. Patrick St.,.Frederick, Mar

'Constant Service Over 50 Years and the Postal Telegraph Co., land.You are required to appear
News From
which came from Torode's garage. The USO ClubsCapacity named March tat.Court, IB and 43 ,cause In the, when ala,

The Electric Shoe Shop owned plaintiff seeks divorce. Rradfi.
by John Tlllakos Is new although ounty Telegraph shall publish It I
I Please Phone 116 Order In next four weekly IBHUWltnenB "
Frank HoIllngswOrth form erly my hand and official' .
/ ----------- - .----- --- _p-_ -_ Ii ownni a shoe shop in practicallythu Audience Wading through the laden director. Miss Jewell Presnell, at (Hark.., Florida this Janus
dishes were: Mrs. George Heath USO-YMCA associate dire 23 rd., 1943.
same location. In early Blan- Howls Approval ctor, 4th, 1943.OFFICIAL.
din'; days the Coffee Pot. cafe Evelyn Greathouse, Lillian Clover, Della'ROlJenberg.. U.so-JWB secreta ( SKAtA' A. J. ThomAs
.:'; Of Gay Farceby Charlotte Schultz. Elva Moore. .y, and Marlus RIsley USC.NCC'3 Clerk of said Court.
i : CLASS1FIEDADS was in the front part of the Mrs. James Klrkwood Carole Charles Miller, Jacksonville. PI!
director. Ladles who 'I'. Frank fiiAtlY
building while the hoe shop was served drum. Htarke.
u.u_____ __ 'Pvt Earl Callahan Snltzer, Aida Snyder, Rose Marx, were Mrs. Caroline McCollurn .. for l 1t. l-a' 4t iI .'
In the rear.' Longacre & Lover ,
1 FOR SALE-_4-room house and 1 FURNISHED APARTMENTS now have their new Florida An evenlKg'" of highly accomplished Ida Mendelson, Mildred Phillips Mrs. Fred Stump, 'Mrs. Cella I

i' acre. $300 cash. Inquire at Gulf Falntka, 120 So. 13th St. souvenirs and novelties In the acting describes the per-I Betty Abramson, Mrs. Peter Dew, Miss Thelma Boltln, Mra.
forman e g'| v 8n at the USO- Blanco, Mrs. George, Janice Rob- Mildred
St. John
Station cor1. Madison Walnut.R. 4 rooms, real quiet, coal Beater, space formerly occupied by M. M. ;, and Miss Jane
inson. Mrs. Bill Mre. '
YMCA" club last Sunday evening Cooley. Glenn.No.rwI.
H.. Crundwell. 1-15 3tp combination kitchen 'and dining Raybln's Star Store.
when the llptle Theatre of Jack- Ralph Martin, Mrs. Hugh Maddox FARMERAND
room. private entrance-upstairs. Fhe' Park Theatre is a. new ., .
Marcella CIs- Nancy Kitchen) Vel' OK APPLICATION"von
directed a Ziegler
BEJLP WANTED bookkeeper spnvlUe, by ,
Also. 2 or 4. room downstalia! >. business in Starke, opened by the T.'X n..1U
full time.Sbatkln'a presented its benefit Mildred Coin, Mary Musselman, (* .
and typist part or W. N Cainaalon ney performance ena< Bill %o. 1831
Nice neighbors. Near stores. Offering present owners ,
4 Phone 76. It of. "My Sister Eileen"for Helen Loyne, Tillle Kerner, LA ,, NOTICK IS' HERl FlY OIVEW.
Sam K. Stratos. O. W.
now for 525 per month. and Formerly Hall. holder of Tax
entertainment of Verne Schultz, Mrs. Galinskl, Mrs. Certificate'
Camp No.
39. 'Issued the 6th
I the Register Motor Co and
1-15 parkIng
FOR SALE-Ford Tudor sedan In Stp Blanding service men and associated Duhanclk, Mrs. Erfort Miss Lak- day of Aurunt A, D. 193D ha. tiled
i lot occupied the The same In my office
space. and has
good condition good tires. $150 auskas Mrs. Call 1 made
civilians. 1 aghan Mra application for
a tax. deed
to be
FURNISHED A & A luncheonette, formerly the
-Mrs. Seeber Goodman, Hamp- APARTMENTS, 'I An efficient crew of stage Couty, Helen Erbland. Mrs. Lelsenrlng iHHuwd thereon. Said certificate em-, HOMEOWNERS,
too. Waldo, 14. ml. south of Starke, A & A cafe which was burned on Mrs. Llchtle Geraldine brace the follow I n IlC described
workers the and ,
whipped scenery property In the County of
1 and 2 rooms. Electricity, hot I Thompson street, occupies the Borgia Marti o ford, State of Florida to-wit ,
Walkerpon. !
: costumes, into readiness .In incredible I I
KILGORETS new 1043 aunnal water, inner spring mattresses, small space In the Park Theatre NJoll4 8 Acres of WK. HWU of
haste. and had the cant Why: don't you come next week, See 35 TowmAilp;.t 8 South.:
seed catalog and Vegetable Frl dalre.. $25 building, which first housed a
per couple permonth. Range 22 East
containing 8 ,
USO-NCCS club fora
Guide for Florida later down to the and bring a friend; be sure to more lea .
_ Planting now No children or pets,- photograph gallery and a or *
i available. Send for your free Mrs. Maude Wesley. tf shoe chine parlor. Clifton BrownIs banquet and the curtain going I sign up, at our office by noon The under eiininent the said of the certificate said property Ujued -.
at exactly'7:43: P. M.
l copy-Kllgore Seed Company, now the manager of the Gulf up Wednesday. was In the name of I>avln

Plant City Fla. 1-29 2tp IF YOU WOULD BUY OR SELL Station formerly operated by Estelle Slager was regal and I Donley.Unlecs. mild certificate
shall be
willowy as the< blonde Eileen sup-
milk stock beef Freeman Register. Theatre Lovers redeemed according to law. the
cows, cows.
U. S. APPROVED baby- chicka 'rhe Park Cafe what ported by the,capable Alice Nunn property deecrlbed therein will be
a Hampshire Reds, day old. or cattle, stock bulls or hogs, get occupies as Ruth. Miss Nunn is only Will Have Chance sold to the. highest bidder at the At Present Our
In touch with J. D. Odom. Jr.. was formerly two buildings owned courthouse door on the firm Mon.
started pullets. English strain sweet sixteen! and has already a day In the month of
March. 1843,
by H. A. Bishop. In one of I To Hiss VillianThe
Bell: 247 Starke Box: 204' Lake
; which la
_ the lat day ot
White Leghorns from R. O. P. remarkable sense of the theatre Repair Stock
and Mrs. Titus Olson 194
City; Telephone 481 Lake City. them Mr. J.
- cockrela. From bens. 200 eggs Blossom about her.Raymond. USO-YMCA club stage will listed thin nth day of January
Auction market every Thursday I operated the Orange 1943.Ol.o'Jo'lC'IAL.
and up. Place orders now. on all ,classes of live stock : Cafe. When the boom came. Mrs. Wmstead. as the again be peopled with actors and ( SEAL) A. J. Thomas, On The Following -

Reasonable price oa &-.weeksold at Lake City at 2:30 P. M. i Peppena Stavrlanos and K. D. magazine editor, played his part their antics, but this time the Clerk of Circuit Court of Bradford
E. Waadln. 3ml. with restraint Arthur County, Florida. 1-2S 41 2-U
puUet8.-E. and dignity.
days when
I Ramos purchased both buildings, grandma was a girl Lines
I north of Waldo on Road 13. FOR SALE-6-roota house with and Nick Stavrianos and George Dell as Mr,. .Apopolous. evoked will be re-lived for the Little iv: cmcriT roiHT. BRADFORD
2 Fla. Mrs. much laughter and applause for Theatre of (-u m-ry FLORIDA IM IHAN-
porches. restaurant Gainesville which
THK PERSON who borrowed Kopelouaos opened a C'Kit V. Are Almost
sewer from light is W. F. Godwin, Box: S3. Starke. In them, which have. recently been his handling: of a difficult comedy brought us "Arsenic and Old Robert Mitchell. Plaintiff VB. Slbble
tape plant
asked to ret urn it at once Fla. 1-29-4tp 2-19 remodelled and made Into one dialect. Leo Thedford was no Lace" last November, Is coming 230S.Wall Mitchell Defendant. Case No. Complete

please. It building. less 'Jolly as the Rambling Wreck again to bring us that old gay- ORDER OF PUBLICATION

FOR .SALK The Rabeck building Is new and from you know where. Lyon nlntita melodrama entitled "Pure STATR AND NOTICE OF TO Ai>I'oAR

r' ,THE PARTY who picked up bill Nlce'y furnished nearly new. two has three new businesses In it- Stewart amused all with his performance As the Driven Snow" or ."The Wall Mitchell FWHUDA General. to Delivery: Slbble,

folder containing money in SIs- bed-ioom and bath masonry: the Starke-BI ndlng tailors Ed : as Jensen an Interpre- Working Girl's Secret." Don't McCloud You are, Texas.'required to appear on Planet Jr.

_ Irunk'a store Saturday afternoon bunjTlow. Good location, paved Prln-io, proprietor; Rabeck's Place tation Influenced, perhaps,. by the miss It. On the Starke USO- March Int.,' 1943, In the above nam

Is 'known. If same Is returned stres Bargain for cash. (Jo-Jos); and the Canteen. Titus famous Mortimer Snerd. YMCA stage, curtain at 1 p. m., ed tiff Court seeks, and divorce.cause Bradford wherein County plain Hand Plows

to owner, whose name Olson has two new building the Commander Pierce Poyntz, the Sunday evening. February 7th. Telegraph hall publish this Order
was Inside will Eleven acres of pecans with at- only service man In the cast was Yes In next four weekly. issues
no prosecution one in which he lives, and operates you can hiss the villain to Witness
hand P &
_ be made and no questions asked trac'lve little house, somewhat his refrigeration business; appreciated for' his acting as Chic your heart's content: and cheer .eal at Stark my, Florida and, this official Jan 0 Internation

tp It run down, close to town. three and the other that houses Guy'sMarket Clark. and also on the shady side the heroine too. Gay-ninety costumes uary( zgth 1943.OF3'iCIAC. Plows
A..J. Thomas
quarters fenced. Price, $1,2OO.) and Joe's Grill downstairs, of characterisations was that of handle-bar mustaches anda An Clerk. of said Court. ,
SOLDIERS WIFE with i 13- Joy Coleman' as Violet. Both T. Frank 1-andrum
i. Terms. 'and has a dormitory for Southern real "old-meanle" villain I Plan Starke, Florida.
_ manths-old child wishes to were effective In these character Atty. for Plf. i-l 41 3-19
i :share housework for room and W. t. REALTOR Bell Telephone girls I up-stalrs. sketches. now to attend. I '-f Joe's Grill Is the newest businessof
board In 118 Ernst: Call Strret "The Working Girl's I COl'ITY. FLORIDA IM
or near Starke. Write This writer felt a strong urgeto Secret" U | cuareciciar .
them' all in that location. having I .
_ __ I Pvt. Burnlce McCardle, 69th ji'at: moved there this week applaud the six future admirals being directed by Dr. Slglsmond George. Fonio Prevail plaintiff v". Dixie PlowsChattanooga

___ QM Co. (Refrig.) Camp Blan. ,o FOR SALE Toastmaster.- One 4-slice 1 commercial old I. from its location three miles on their last exit. They did a de R. Diettrlch, of the University 'I .Id..n.2304.. 'Prevatt Defendant.; Cane No.
yr. *
ding, itp well job. Others whose work of Florida, and included In 'the ORDER OF PUBLICATION
north of Starke Road 13. Bon
_ guaranteed in perfect condition. .
was cast are two of our friends who AND NOTICE TO .
include Plows
; I FOR SALE-Guern.-ey heifer with Cost 93. sell for $M c&8h.- Art Studios! formerly occupied outstanding Harold STATE OF FLORIDA .roAI'.II;\ 0

I flrtt calf milking 3 gallons a F. R. Carradlne. Lawtey, ,Fli I. this liiM-named space, Itself beinga Shad, Constance Archer, Louise Lace"delighted us In" "Arsenic and Old Pn You VAtt, whose address Is
One Is chic Miss are required to
Tennent Allen Drexler Rachel
_ _ I ,day.-B. R. Wasdln. 3 miles It product: of the boom openingand and William Marrh let., I 4J. In the a unknown'j:
_ _ I 'jno-tb. of Waldo on State Road closing since Blandlng days. Ham" r t c k, not to forget and Seay who played Elaine Harper, e 13. 2tp Fan RENT-One 3-room apartment Niw to leave Walnut street. "Peat, Mm! Clsney's Kerry Blue Claude Murphree who playedthe

(25, one 4-room apt. $35. The Ford Garage on Madison Terrier who made his debut in riap-happy "Teddy Roosevelt" GET READY FO

WANTED 2-wheel trailer or 1 All modern conveniences.: 1. street Is a new building housing the "Eileen" performance.On Brewster. This time they turn

__ ___ ___ pick-up truck. or will trade' C. Conner 4 1-2 ml.,. west olSlArke f a concern which has been in behalf ,of the service men tables and Miss Seay plays a
horse on, same. Jos.' F. Rabeck. on Lake City highway: and the USO a heartfelt and pro scheming conniving wench, and YOUR SPRING

_ __ Itp HP found vote of ,thanks to all whose Mr. Murph rae plays the cruel. relentless -

Beware Coughsfrom coop4.-atlon made this splendid villain. Oh you won't GARDEN
WANTED by bt Lt. and wife: I WANT TO RKNT a house in evening's want to miss it!
entertainment possible.
_-_ __ furnished apt. Must have bath Sta-ke. What can, you ,offer!r? common colds i Dr. Max
; with tub. Or bedroom In prl- Permanent. resident easy to Shane

_ I vate home with kitchen privilege. pltaae; will take It furnishedor That Hang On Attendance Good "Eileen" CastEntertained

,: Mrs.' Kirkpatrick. Call I) unfurnished. 'Write Box At LuncheonFor At NCCSThe Optometrist

:. 4T-U. lip I 48.1. Starke. X29; 2tP Creomulsion relieves promptly because *
it goes right to the seat of the Army WivesThe four local USO BRADFORDHARDWARE
PEANUT SEED Fla.' runners W.NTED-bousekeeper for gsaer.l trouble to help loosen and expel agencies If your iyes bother you l itt
I combined
_ I',I germ laden phlegm, and aid nature to give a banquet for
1250 bu. North Carolina see II house work and care of 2- to soothe and heal raw. tender, in. weekly. Army Wives lunch- the cast of "My Sister Eileen" at lee examine them and fit you

-. $3.25-C. II. Drlggera Co.. Lake year-old child. Apply to Mrs flamed bronchial mucous ss e in. eon at the U S. O.-Y. W. C. A. the USO-NCCS club one hour before with gusset if you need th.m., CO

_ _ Butler Fla. 1-22-Ct Lappe at Sablne's Bakery. Itp branes. Tell your druggist to sell youa was wound up In yards of delicious their brilliant performanceon 30 years experience.Holidays
bottle of Creomulsion
with the
understanding -
: SMALL. BLACK SOW-Has taken WILL TilE SOLIUIER'S wife you must like the way it spaghetti' and meatballs the USO-YMCA ttage. Cmdr. and Sundays by appointment.
_____, ,. II quickly allays the cough prepared by a committee of four Pierce J. B.
up at my place. Owner may who asked for job as Lynotype to have you are volunteers. Poyntz was guest of honor TCttPHONK S.4S7 Owner
your money back. Each week four
claim by Identifying and girls and expressed the thanks of the I
pay. operator at the Telegraph
i volunteer to I 401
,. Ing for this ad.-!.. S. Edward office plesaa get In' touch with GREOMULSION week prepare the next Little Theatre troupe. The Starke I Temple Theatre Buildut Starke Florida.1r
_ I- Starke. 1.22 2tpi ) the foreman immediately. for Coughs: Chest Colds,Bronchitis have fun.luncheon. And 'do they USO agencies were represented CorntrMain and Monroe S tret $ ,

by lllas Sara Reed, usa.YWCA,' JrVPKSONVILLE FLORIDA

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