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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: February 5, 1943
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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[t/LUMI.SIXTY-FIVR HTAKKJB.: FLORIDA. KK1DAY. rEIUCUAKY: b, 1943 NUMKKIl' .: F1KTEKNJaison : .fJ".

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Officer City Declares Rotarians Willing To' Furnish The Dirt si ,
Refuses
County Red Cross Course
Training
War On Dogs If Someone Else ,WillIt's Do The Work

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Police Chief A. L. Alvarez: has a very serious subject this thing else, Including elbow grease, ; '
Attend Additional Fund For First Aid Instructors
o had so many complaints about Victory Gardening', but the topic I I Joe Wilson went him one 'bet- ; '{

stray dogs roaming the streets of brought forth frequent chuckles ler and offered six acres of fer' :

Starke, and has himself seen 'so during a round-table discussion at I tile dirt to any and all comers. '

of erase MeetingA. many cluttering up the' streets For Health UnitAnother the Itotary Club Wednesday especially I I W P. Smith opined that he lived To Be Held Here Feb. 812'r :I'i

that pedea trains could scarcely when the theme of the on a farm and scratched the .

walk or motorists drive for them, meeting threatened to become I I dirt until he was 20 years of age, -- .---- -- ,..

I. Thomas, Commander of that he going to do something angle has created another "I'll furnish the dirt, if you'll "I was so disgusted with It by A First Aid Instructors' Truln- ,f1!

pie Civilian Defense Corps, has about it. i tangle in the status of the furnish the labor!" that time that I never did anygar.l..nlng Ing Course will be held Monday. $j;' ,,i

filled a special meeting of this Cluy-Uradford Health Unit for W T. Clute, chairman of Bradford I since." He offered, '
TlM Chief 4oe.;\'t have to say, Feb. 8, through' Friday, Feb. 12 '<
rganlzatlon for, tonight at 8 "There ought to ta a law"! He I 1943. In order to keep it in operation County's Victory Garden however, to help dispose of any at the Methodist recreation' hall \\1,

}'clock at the Court house Wlie. said. "There Is an o r d I nance for another year the Committee, conducted the discussion l surpluses that fellow Rot in !lans '

,t dwards, Executive Officer, against that sort of thing and Slate Board of Health requiredthat and brought along bis secretary I might find on their hands according to an announcement ;,lj

atoll Wednesday that W. E. Cul- has been all te! time, hut! It just a minimum of $5,500 be appropriated Mrs. Ethel Pierce to take Julius L, Thorn and the Rev. O from Red CrotM headquarters i-,

,'eah, Matson officer from Talla- hasi.'t b jtn enforced The law by the two counties down any valuable suggestionsthat C. Powell made no promises for here 'All thorn! who have had : L,

''tll,, e, would be at the meeting prohibits dogs from running ularge this ,year Instead' the comparatively might come'out of the meetIn .! themselves but enthusiastically r the Standard Advanced First Aid ;; lr I?
and would remain small sum given for .
'rlJay night volunteered the services of their
the streets" he continued -
on ,
for ''a while Saturday the purpose in 1942 Dr. B Con i-80 are urged to take this ; ,jf.;;
it Starke "and ,if people don't keep them M. Herlong, who wa already energetic young ons.
nornlng! to confer, with the lead-: at home we will put them in the It was also decided that, since gardening;,Jong before In i-plte of the frequent laughter one \W:

'I'll.n ,things of importance to:, poun.l or kill them". Bradford County hud the greater ler gave. up house painting, I-lIt.1 jl and the, light vein of some of As an Instructor, the local or'f: )
I he civilian defense work In Bradford population and also received a ed that he Intended to try the discussion, it Is believed thata lianlxatlon has secured the Her'l;
f licensing
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speaking f the servicesof this but vices of Dr W. J. Fen ton who la '
County. larger percentage again year, that in pievlous definite Interest was aroused InVictory ,
that
the Chief opinioned
All who possibly'can are urged them license on their the Health Unit it should paya seasons he hud found it a Gardens and some really a staff physician In first aid. .J(,\\tI'''

o be present at this meeting dog wearing tags larger sum than Clay County. problem to dispose of the surplus 'worthwhile suggestion came outof'the water safety and accident preven- :'i''
collars much nuisance as '
are as a Consequently the Bradford County "It seems that my stuff always meeting.It tlon service in the eastern area. 1 'J'I

they are without them. The mere Commissioners set aside> $1- come In about the name time an was the general opinion that He Joined the National Organization ;If ,

peak Thieves fact of knowing that u certain 800. which was to include the up- everybody clue's, 'and I can't even more satisfaction would come in 1926 as surgeon and ,
John Jones doelln'tmlLke
to
dog belongs keep of the new health center an give it away," the doctor said. from each home having Its own Instructor in charge of the Red ',' :

him any more tolerable or well as represent its share of the Marcus Brown arose to observe little garden plot rather than tryIng Cross first aid instruction car, i \

lit Walnut St. desirable; but may tend to make amount needed for the operationof that as an old bird hunter he had to cultivate a larger commun- which traveled on railways. from !, I

John Jones obnoxious. the clinjc. Likewise the City found It was always much easier ity ,lot. Marcus Brown, who ban coast( to coast and from Canada : "

The Chief also stated that there Counll appropriated $1, OO and to dispose of surplus -game'If you had wide experience along this 0., tv a rat H to Mexico. : '

Another wave of petty thievery are one or more mad dogs circulating the County Board of Public Instruction dressed it before offering It to line, highly recommended toma. I Frl.>:r: to joining the Red Cross, '

in Starke, and Warns the $600.-or a total of $3- friend Therefore, he thoughtDr. tcx-w.! Irish potatoes and string 11..', (Fenton wall for 15 years engaged .
(has hit Starke; but one with (IOs. public to beware of them. Herlong might be able to get beans. as three crops that art Bus Routes in mining and railway 'f' !

,'lbl1i les of making a person richif 960.The whole of Clay County-In- rid of his surplus if lie picked it, easy to grow, easy to can, and surgical practice. During t hit.. .

| be or she Is not caught soon. cluding exactly the same Boards packed It, and dellvq' d It to his yield abundantly. World War he served In the base \1 ',I.

It Is that of going from house to i Victory GardenMeeting -appropriated only $1,560. This' neighbors.Nut The seriousness of the food Cut To Minimum hospital at Camp Sherman Ohio. 'I

lou-e and stealing ladies purses.Lvt mode a total of $5.520, more than Sternberg offered his commodious shortage was discussed and members Ha UHO! had seven years' practice \t'' '

least five such cases have been 71 percent of the amount com :: backyard to anyone who fgreed that Victory Garden In orthopedic surgery In Des }
CalledAll ing from Bradford County while wished to crop It on shares. It would undoubtedly be netted thin Duo to the fact that the Office Mains, Iowa. While living In "

iepjrted within a week-all of less than 29 is to come from Clay being understood, of ..course summer, to replace many vege- of Delenae Transportation will Des Moines, he was for several :' i

hem on Walnut Street. Two oc- County. I that he Is to furnish the terra tables heretofore obtained largely not coptlnue to approve certificates years Chairman of the First Aid i" ,
urr id Tuesday. Jan. 26, one Fri persons interested In Vic- Or. Henry Hanson State firm. and they to furnish every- from cans.City of for school and Life Saving Committee of the : s
Gardens are asked to meet war necessity local Red Cross chapter :
lay the 29th, and two Saturday; tory Heath, Officer In Jacksonville has In'I'I 1.strucling 1.
Mon,lty night at 8 o'clock in the, Board of buses unless all bus routes are classes In First Aid with \
advised the County
just
(he 30th. office; of W.; T. Clute, chairman Commissioners that it would be Hit-Run DriverKills To Insist cut to the minimum, the Bradford the telephone company) local In- U :

The first instance was at the It Is planned to work closely with expected to appropriate $1,800 County Board of Public Instruction dustrles and police departments. ,.,\ I

'ar erita, : on South'Walnut where County Agent L T. DyejIn de-
toward defraying theeXp3'.1Se
per ;year, unanl m o u M Iy agreed
li soldier's wife Mrs. Andy Bar deciding what crops are advisableto 'of the unit in additionto
Farm Hand On Street Monday that the Superintendentshould H
obtaining otherneceseary RepairsThe Board Names .f
and in
low, lost $30 sometime between plant! Information. the maintenance of the building cut down all routes to the i

:30: and 2P. M. It was a warm ,, )
"Tie! next few months will minimum, and cut out routes I
(lay when moat of the 'guests shelves The- Board In regular session Dock Tales, 40-ytar-old Brad citizens of, Starke and those any
ere sitting 'on ,the front porch bring more and more empty unanimously "refused to entirely that could be done with Some <
In store," Mr. Clute Monday ford County farme}, was killed who have to drive through here Principalsit.
bsut while Mr" Barlow1 was In grocery
with Dr. Hanson, and directed out pausing anyone to walk over
concur will l be to learn that the
City
glad
bathroom, for 13 or, 20 minutes said, "and those of., our citizens incidentto by a hit-and-run driver about 10
phe all
that expenses Council la determined that the two miles, (
someone removed her purse who can obtain' fresh vegetablesfrom of the Health o'clock Saturday night, as -he and With the new chairman J. S.
this summer the operation street. shall be repaired-at least In harmony with the above It Norman
rom the dresser :drawer. Victory: Gardens the $150 hU wife were walkitt*}.jiloca Road presiding the County
'' will Indeed be. fortunate, Unit be charged against 48 about a quarter of a mile/weal those that were recently torn up was decided that the addition on Board of Public Instruction met

About '9115.; ,that" :night at t: the Come' out to this meeting-Monday per inontS appropriation !- of Starke. An ,acquaintance said by !the contractor who installed the Frank Norman route, where In regular session Monday morn-'

.toms of J.. M. Alvarez Mrs.eorge night' and let us plan now so thatno that he had worked on Lester the new water and sewer systems the Barnes children were picked Ing. Mrs. Ruth Frailer, having I''

Mareccko.'' another sol one In Bradford County wUl Prevatt's farm about a half mile The City has patiently endured up be cut off as it Is In conflict been duly recommended by the G

tier' wife, was in "the bathroom go hungry In spite of the food Farmers Hurry west of town/ and was returning the rough streets until ,Its piy with the above regulations trustees of Special Tax School F'',r."'
('about two minutes having left
: from visit to local tlence 1s' exhausted.In District No. 11
shortage. u. a physician was unanimously t, !
two Contained purses on the oil stove. One when killed. No trace of the Its. regular session Tuesday Bible Study Ends elected as teacher In the Graham )\,41";|>
and the
$9 in money Final Rites To Sign UpBy killer' has yet been found. night the Council Instructed City Elementary School for the term i'
ther some valuable jewelry-a At Tabernacle .
In addition his wife, he is Clerk Carl Johns to notify the 194344. "
bracelet, gold compact, emerald For J. P. Summers contractors concerned that they '
survived by three daughters- Upon recommendation of the "
ling When she returned Tho Bible Conference with Dr. :
etc. *- L. T. Dyer County AgentThe would be allowed until March 1 .
Edna DoroUiy! ands Betty! ; one trustees of Special Tax District ;
William L. Plttlnglll of Wtlmlngtod -
I hey were both gone. J. p. Summers, 56, for the past
to repair the streets. No threatswere
of Graham -I farm sign-up In The Food- grandchild; two brothers, Allen Deleware, closed Friday No. 18, Mrs Daisy Fisher was '
5:30 6 P. M. a resident
about or several understood
Friday years made It was ,
27, I'or-Vlctory drive is now In progress Yates of Maxville, and Evans evening, and was one of the most elected: as Principal of the 'i
vhen Mrs., L.- W. Koch and her died Wednesday, Jan.
matter of
but there la a little $13- 'it'
county.HospHalas and. we are signing up Yates, of Jacksonville; and two Interesting and profitable yet en- Brooker Junior High School for ;::1,
luughter Paul Hud lna, Alachua f
Mrs. In which '
; they 000 retainer's fee will guarantee -
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100 farmers a day. sistersMies Ruth Yates and the ensuing year., 1943-44. Like
tame downtown I of pneumonia.He from 50 to oyed by the congregations: of the ,
home from shopping the result that the work shall be done. ,.
Mrs. Rosetta Wright both of rabarnacle.., wise, upon recommendation of the :
at Is
1886 In the
Mra. Koch left her puraeIn : was born on Nov. 8, Every farmer county ,
member of to office be- Jacksonville.; While here Dr. and Mrs. Pet tin- trustees, H. P. Morgan was elect-
to come
a chair on the back screened Providence and was a expected my '
>orch, and the door unlatched. A I the Baptist Church there. On fore February 15th., and sign up Funeral and burial services: Park Theatre Fill occupied the Prophet's Room ed principal of the Hellbronn 'i' 0 'IfI

to his goal for thl.yeal' were conducted Wednesday, at 3 which has been fitted up over the Springs school. Arthur McR.M '
little later when she went to get Oct. 12, 1939 he was married hla farm and set Observing. I'
Easterllng7 and they P. M.; at the Crosby Lake' Cemetery Mission for the accommodation of I was chosen principal and Mrs, 'I
and the
t, her was gone Mrs. Bunie .
purse
Second AnniversaryW. Cleo Andrews assistant teacher ,i(
as
at Graham until ; with the 'Rev. 'Joe Griffin speaker who come from time to
signers
|7 and: other valuables too. made their home The Soil Conservation '
death officiating. The Board of County time. at New River. '
It was almost at the same hour about two weeks before his are signing their applications for N. Camasion and Sam. K. ;
moved to Deland. of Commissioners donated $7.50 to On Sunday night the congregation : It was voted that the new" buildings i
the family at time preparingtheir
taturday block' at the when payment Stratos. co-owners of. the new
a away widow Mr. Summers Is. warn ,his funeral. which was In had the privilege and pleasure at Bradford High School be "
lome that the Besides his farm plansIt expected Park Theatre South Walnut
of O. L. Beasley one son. Car- to the hands of De Witt C. Jones. on of: hearing Brig. den. W- K. insured by the H. C. Wail Agency '
lost 'a is survived by that the Conservation payments celebratingtheir _
fife of Sgt. Harris Bear street are successfully .
Atlantic Harrison of Camp BlandiogIn for 50000. The Board alsocagreed "
lurse containing 915. while the Ile. who is stationed at the farmers In this county will second year in business. In '
an Inspirational Bible message. that Superintendent W. B.Mlddleton J
Mle of Lt. Frank Steelman loster City, N. J., with the Army; a amount to about $20,000.00 this New ManagerAt Starke.
Chapman of The sin g i n g was led by Sgt. should contact Mrs. I ,
Mrs. Ruby
purse with a gold wrist daughter: Katie year. Edenfield Juit two years ago tomorrowFeb. Georje It. Chapln, and the service Mable Wall Music Supervisor 'ft,

anthem watch. Miami; two I stepchildren Easterllng, of SpecLU: Crop Payment for IMS 6-they opened up one of was attended by other officers to find out If .she needed an ac- J'i, {i:
Maude and Chlspa To Induce farmers to grow more R. K. Tucker originally from most beautiful modern andbestequipped I ,
The zero hour came very near Mrs. Lee the and soldiers from the camp, as companist. ":
inking! for the thief as Mrs Graham; four sisters Mrs., Fannie acreage to certain food crops suchas Portland Oregon but late of theatres to be foundIn well as a good local congregation. jt:'j l

l hand on Rogers Lake Butler Irish potatoes peanuts. and Gainesville Is the new manager the state.
Jeasl"y actually laid her and Special music was given by Mr School Board '\
f he frizzly head of a negro worn- Smite Mrs. Cora all Douglas of Providence certain vegetable crops Including of Edenfleld'v. Jewelry taking the Mr. Carnaslon and Mr. Stratoa and Mrs, Gordon Purdy of Keystone ;

n, -ill! but locked up in her bath Mrs. Lola Smith, Chuck snapoeans, lima beans, cabbage, place of John Pniltt who was came to Starke In September 1940 Heights and Mr and Mrs To Sell StovesNow :

00'0. Three girls were In the ; and two brothers Summers of onions, and beets, the government transferred. back to Jacksonville and found the prospects good fora George F. Tibbetts, also of Keystone I''

front room upstairs with the Summers and Lum will make payment on basis of Mr. Tucker has been In Florida modern theatre. They soon were among the out of that the new Bradford :.

Md to going and no one was in Providence. held Friday acreage goals where the acreage for three years, two of which made arrangements with Mr and town folks attending. Hlgn School .Is equipped with a "

I he back of the house, when fln- Funeral service. were Church. this year I Is increased over that have been spent as watchmaker Mrs. Freeman Register for build- Other special services are being fine central heating plant and the -
at the Hope Baptist of last year. The various goals for the F. H. Lewis Jewelry Co. I
>lly the folks heard doors-slam- C. W. ing an up-to-date theatre for the looked for the near future. used :
with the Rev. Individual farms cannot be set antiquated stoves formerly ,
Theressa.
For In Gainesville. He has been associated -
Mr. Be srey Bradford
ng. About that time people of Starke County
Intermentwas
Bunton, officiating. until all farms are signed up. with Mr. Edenfield In Jacksonville I are no longer needed, the School i
inat
who had been out, came In Hope Cemetery under the and Camp niandlng.In Pastor Returns Boa/d In session Monday passeda
Seed Peanuts for a short while
the front door where the thief of Wilson Funeral Home the meantime, Mr. Carna- resolution with reference to the '
had She evidently direction has released Mr Tucker who rearedIn Roy. O. C. Powell of I
planned to go out. Th government was slon bought a home on the corner pastor sale of this equipment. ;' ,
had come: down the steps Lake City.bearers? were: A. A. seed peanuts and these are available Gainesville and has been an I of Jefferson ft Temple streets and the Methodist Church, returned resolution states that It \., 1 j'

and gone entirely through the Youngblood Pall S. B. Sparks L. E.Ratli at the mill at High Springs. employe of the 'City will assist II Mr. Stratos bought a home on ant Friday from a two weeks has The to the attention of the 'J.Boar.t J ,
house bath room are reasonable, her husband In the store, especially visit In Georgia. He attended come \
to the back J. H. $ur- The prices very Cherry street, becoming permanent ?
Reynolds number of 1.1.J!
that
Iowa stairs, which unluckily has !, Roy Melton. and those who have bought the with the books. They have. residents of Starke. Ministers' Week" at Emory University a large ,
Lonnie of ti
'NO entrances-one into the kit. reny and seed say they are very good. A taken an apartment on South during which time he stoves were disposed by a
"I'm glad I came to Starke of Board without the Ii
member the ,j
hen and the other out onto the I permit must be secured throughthis Walnut Street. I visited In the home of his brother
BellJ. Mr. Carnaslon said this week in authority of the Board and without k
back porch.In 'With Southern office, and cash must accompany -! "' N. O. It. Powell pastor of the
discussing his anniversary, and I collecting the value of them. r s
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the darkness of the bath- J. Partln who for the past 18 the order. Both runner and Legion Meeting want to thank the public for the East End Methodist Church In And. since the purchasers have It
be obtained. Decatur.. He preached to his
loom with the shades pulled months has been manager for the 3panlnh may Three different classes of peo- splendid reception given to the congregation on Sunday morning not paid the value of the stoves '1 It''
Bell Telephone Companyat Support Price for Ve..etableCI'opt Park Theatre. market value net J Ii ''j
'Iowa, and the negro woman Southern: at ple are asked to attend the regular while there. the fair was by j '

['roucnlng behind a clothes hamper Camp Blandlng moved and to living Stake, The government has announced monthly meeting of the local Mr. Powell then spent a short the Board at $l55. If It' i
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Mrs. Beasley feeling around, Gainesville, has his home at the support prices for snap beans at American Legion post which will Mr. :Alvarez Improving while visiting his ''brother. and Since the school no longer,needs '
and it making be held In the "hut" next Tuesday inters at his old home at Omega. the Moves the resolution states :
'laid her hand on the top of a residence of Rev. and Mrs. A. E $22 per ton and tomatoes $22 Mr. J M. Alvarez, who has 0:
of r
"that this Board ratifies such
night Feb. 9 (Always the second near Tlfton Ga. He brought his
Walnut Street. ton. Prices'on other vegetable most of her time In bed
North per;
frizzly head. The woman yelled LIghtfoot on spent sales consummated
will be announced Tuesday: I at 7:30: o'clock. wlf mother Mrs. D.' L. Griffin the as are
broke her left shoulder ,
crops since she
[out, "Let me out of here"! Mr. First all officers of the Poet of Omega, to Starke where she with'.!. ten days by the purchaser '
later. b fore Christmas Is \
aley came rushing up with Awarded Contracts are urged to be present. It la Monday e will visit In hU. home the rest paying the purchase price thereof
effort Is being made by gradually Improving, and expects y
Every their duty, and ,Important business of the winter. and that this Board disaffirm 'I, ;
Ills pistol, but the woman finding The Bradford Engineering., the government to help the far. I Is to ber transacted. 'Then to be out soon, although still confined and repudiates such of the salesas f r,\ s
>ilie other exit out likekangaroo" received two small Govern- in their effort to producemore to bed. \"', ,
"leaped has mere all members are likewise asked to New PublicThe are not consumated within ten
Notary
Fairbanks
a and was gone. The ment contracts--one at the food crops, livestock and attend. The third clan Includes She caught her heel on the top days from this date by payment 'J :

I Police was called, and Mrs. Jeanette t I r Support Base at near the poultry this year by making sure all veterans of World War 1 who step at her' home and fell to the City of Starke has so many, by the purchaser of the full purchase h

Vlncaid accompanied Chief Gainesville, and the other= Base they have available enough fertilizer are eligible to become members. ground. Not knowing at first Important papers to be notarized price." ,
I A. L. Alvarez and Fred Sapp ona Crystal Lake Air Support gas for trucks and cars, she The resolution then "that I
Out of a total of &9 membersfor she had a fracture postponed that it decided to have a notary states ;
[ short tour, but the culprit could near Starke. fencing and farm machinery and 1942. only 43 have paid their, going to the hospital for a week. public of Its very own right In : the attorney for this Board Is i '

|not na found. funds for expenses. Support ,43 dues, leaving a balance of 16 She later went to Riverside Hospital the City Hall It therefore voted directed to notify the parties In ht ,

Just about the same time someone Recent Births prices for all essential crops will to pay up before the local post Jacksonville, for X-ray and Tuesday night to furnish the possession of such stoves of the ,

| went through- the dresser William Olson be set to assure the farmers fair can be 100 percent It Is hoped treatment. She returned to the finances, arrange the necessary action of this Board and to recover 1 \ 4'

drawers at the home of Mr. and Mr and Mrs. 30. girl: returns for products grown. that all who have not paid will hospital Monday. Jan 31, and had bond and have Mice Patsy Ed- the possession of such .1'"

Mrs. c. H. Nasworthy, but Mr. '. Thomas Starke Jan. Sage Mc- Those desiring; further information do this at once the Adjutant an- another X-ray picture made which monilson, secretary to the City stoves as. are not paid for within :t't s
Russell
Naworthy, said all he had missed Mr. and Mrs. girl should call on me. nounced.:: showed marked Improvement. CleriC, become a notary. ten days". ft

was II fountain pen. Rae, Starke. Jan. 31. t

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FRIDAY FKBRUAUV S.
HltADFORn COUNTY TKUKO1CAPH. BTARKK. FLORIDA 18U

% PT1V0 to near of the death of J P. In g Miss Elizabeth Philllp-=111
The other side of the picture is thatif Star'ce Wednesday
earn. Summers and his family has our

The Bradford County Telegraph they pay quarterly or semiannually that ba&&ith9 .ympl thy. Office S u P p'tie. Bradfn I

Established 1817 the Treasury will lose vast sums of money Mrs. Mildred Burke was vlsit- County Telegraph.

will default because they will
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taxpayers -----
MfiMBEr.flAR1A4PR6SSASSOCLAArl. c= si as .a' m4 --.
be unable to pay under the old system. FUNERAL DIRECTORMy
) Carlson fathers the bill in Author of "How to Win Friend ,
ly'v j jC. Congressman Many Yearn Experience Makes It Possible for Me to Render
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10,41i ", the House which proposes to set the income and Influence People." .t EFFICIENT, PROMPT and COURTEOUS SERVICE

i f :. ... Matthews _______ Editor sod Owner tax calendar ahead one year, dropping the I MODERATE: PRICES -

x 1942 for gopd. In other words, each DeWITT C. JONES
SUBSCRIPTION KATK year Starke, Florida

3 Vearly. $1.73: Six Month. tl.OO_ taxpayer would start the year with a clean ._ --.- ..--.-,--,-.--- -.- -,--
N tax o -
1943
h slate. Each would pay during a HOW PERSONALITY PAYSIn .... ,.- ." _- .....- _. "T .. ___._ VI _, ......
i"ubUsht'd'eekly on Fridayand Entered ne SecMi'J based on his current 1943 income, instead of small tobacco town in North Carolina there was a +
a DENTIST
y Clara Matter at the Post Office at SUrke Fl*. a tax based on his income for 1942. With family of six children. They were all singers-except one, DR. LEMUEL COLSON -

heavy income taxes reaching* practicallyeveryone and he couldn't even carry a tune. This one was a boy. 129, East Call Street 1
?
P Scouts Make Better Soldiers the farmer especially needs to be All the Others shone at anything to do with music, exceptthe I
whose first was Jimmy.
income tax debts. The one name could Hours 9 A. M. to 7 P. M. Evenings By Appointment
against of the family
February 7th through 14th is Boy Scout safeguarded Jimmy felt it keenly because the rest : :
week. The whole nation pauses to salute the National Grange and the Farm Bureau Fed- "sing and he couldn't. He longed: to shine. Wanted to be j .. :. .. ,

the ? Everybody told him that even if he ... ......
how
which has contributed 80 greatly eration recently endorsed payasyougotax somebody. But -w.y !;I',,' m -JO.! htPM '
organization im- ',' W
FJ of this changeto didn't shine, he hadpersonality. He made a pleasing ; f
!in this World War as in the last, to win- plan. The importance Because of pression on people. So Jimmy did a bit of thinking. He

ning the battle. But Scouting does not rest the farmer is plain enough. decided to develop his personality.His -.

on its laurels. The praises which Scouts so all incomes, his is i the most, subject to full name is James Kern Kyser; the town where he ,
the next. Of all calls his home) is Rocky Mount,
to born and still lives (
have deserved for their countless services change from one year was
justly afford to be forever North Carolina. But the world knows him as Kay Kyser.It .
to their country only spur them on people, he can least basedon was during his high school days that Jimmy decidedto

to greater. endeavor. paying out of his current income a tax try out his idea. He threw himself into the students' activities IF:
Ke made the previous year. make impression on his
It is( hard to see how War Bonds and the income from and at once began to an Now
he receives change sharply fellow students. Soon, he was elected cheer leader.
materials salvaged The prices
Stamps could be sold>r vital Even in a year of good he was being brought up before the whole student body and ,

or all the varied forms of printed information year to year. pests can could exert his personality. He did. He worked out new .-
u insect
distributed, without the untiring prices, drought, frost, or cheers and new ways of presenting his new cheers. He put 3S
destroy his crops; and now, especially, a into his cheer leading. Everybody liked him.
of these public servants. But there are showmanship
help
shortage at harvest time can leave his Entering the University of North Carolina, he decidedto
; higher services ahead. Almost 400,000 labor worked well in high
4 rotting in the field. carry out the idea which had so
''i Scouts are 15 year old or older; they may crops made some school. So he became a cheer leader.there, too, and T2
t, change ranks to the armed forces before the In '1942, million* of farmers achieved his ambition be recognized as the best organizer
In ,
conflict is money for the first time in years. 1943 of cheering that had ever graced the N. C. campus.
over.
squeezed between ceiling prices and rising The students needed a dance orchestra. Jimmy Kyser
soldier who has been a Boy Scout Yet little about
The not fare so well. wanted to organize one. But he knew very
they may
makes a better soldier, and former Sea wages, tax system, they would music. He loved to listen to music but he wasn't a musi-

Scouts are officer material for the Navy, the under the present based on their cian. However, the university did need a campus orchestra -
still have to pay hi i 1943 a tax he organized that. He was chosen leader. He decided _
The so
Coast Guard and the Merchant Marine. still if farm ; be-
and it
good year of 1942. Worse to put his personality into his orchestra,
"Toughen Up 1"! Buckle Down 1 And carry on one collapse after this war as they did came so popular that he took it to other colleges to play.

to Victory" theme of Scouting until the war prices tax system Radio grabbed him. He added touches of his own.You've .

ends will save lives through consummate after the last the, then farmer the in present bitter earnest. For heard them: "Evenin' folks how y'all?"Kollege"So longever'body. of "Soldiers come first these days Dad! "

better citizens in would trap ." And his song titles. "Kay Kyser's
will make did
training-and while actually operating at a loss, as he Musical Knowledge" became famous almost over night.

I''' the process.In after the last war, he would still have to paya Why don't you consider developing your personality?

1918, the Boy Scout 'Movement in A- leftover tax on his income for the If you go about it the right way, it may be your biggest iYes Mary we certainly can afford
large developed
merica was only eight years old. Today it i war year., It is to end this constant,; over- asset. Dr.practice.Henry C.Why Link not says develop a good yours personality? is to wait a few minutes for our train.

is 33. The important difference to the Na- hanging menace of tax debt that Congressman by The Seaboard gives troop trains and

tion at War Is apparent when one realizes has introduced his proposal.And .

that in Uncle Sam's great Army, 25 per cent Carlson his measure-though' it pneumonia and their infant I Earl Geiger of Cocoa spent the war supplies th: right of way. find

fortunately daughter, Linda Gale, ia. at home week-end with his mother, Mrs. "
of the selectees are former Boy Scouts. The looks like tax magic at first glancemeetsevery sick but Improving slowly. J. P. Dickinson. good mason, too.

percentage is still higher in the enlisted Mrs. J. K. Douglasand
practical test. Mr. and Mm. Edna Sullivan of Starke
brackets-and more than two-thirds of the dropped completely, the Mrs. Eva Garnto made a "That's all right with us. We car
Though 1942 is was the guest of Mr. and Mrs
professional military leaders who attended payments as usual business trip to Starke Saturday. wait-soldiers can't. "'
Treasury collects tax Mr. and Mm A. L. Crosby were C. Sullivan last Friday. .
West Point or Annapolis were Scouts in starting March 15; but under this new plan attending to business In Starke Mrs. 'D. W. Moore, Mrs. W. C.

their boyhood year's.. the payment will be for taxes due on 1943 Monday Loper and Mrs. Dan Loper were

tt The Boy Scouts of ,America is not a military income. Nothing changes except the date On Thursday of last week Mrs.! shopping in Starke Wednesday. RAILWAY
R. E. SEABOARD
O. W. Hazen and Mrs
ideal for, which it Frank Kelsay of Camp Blan-
organization. The on the tax form! Hazen visited Mrs. A. A. Hazen week-end with his
ding the '
spent
stands are the antithesis of militarism. But :tyo wealthy individual escapes taxation.So who ia 111 In the Alachua County parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. H., Kel WORKS '

Scout training produces men-men of char- ,long as his income continues large, he Hospital. FOR

acter and decency, ,men who cooperate for ,continues to pay large income taxes as at.Keene Mms.7.'W.,.wore In Kelly-Alachua and} Mr Wednec-*. Jake say.Mr.. and Mra. E. S.' Sibley and "' -VICTORY

who have known, is true his'estate' daughter Ruth, and Mrs. Lydia
the common good, men present.; At his death, it day. Hall attended the Christian Con-

x Freedom in the fields .and on the water., will no longer owe a back income tax. But Mn. Rosa Plnholster and Mrs. vention in Hampton Sunday. .

Discipline and devotion are not new to them, the estate \vill therefore b e that much Lee Green made a business trip Our community was saddened
iyr
4 and initiative is at the core of their being. larger, and will pay a correspondingly" big- to Mrs Gainesville L. S. Dekle Wednesday.and Miss Vida I -- --

Colin Kelly was Scout. So were James ger inheritance tax. Dekle of Lake Butler were visit-

Powers, John Bulkeley and "Butch" O'Hare. It is only by enacting the payasyougoplan ing Mr. and Mr. Ellis .demons

Scouting's roll of honor lists countless more. 'now,' that men entering the armed do recently.Mra. a. B. Feagle and daughter

"Be. Prepared I"( was their motto, when they forces. or leaving business positions to Jaunlta and Mrs. L. O. Hazen and Q be

were Scouts. Government war work, can be freed from daughter Minnie .,,Lou were in w v

i Scouting is training for a way of life, the the present tax debt on their last year's Gainesville Mr.'and Mrs.Saturday.Wilson Lewis and

kind for which her sons are fighting across civilian income. People whose peacetime children of Miami are visiting price!
destroyed by war such as Mrs Lewis' sister and family
and the front occupations are
the seas.' On those fronts, on
stations, etc., wouldno Mra. R. E. Hazen.
at home, the qualities,,which Scouting stands small merchants, filling increased.by Mr. and Mrs. W. B. (Babe) sOr7X a1irzr
misfortune
for-- ourage and character, ,assure. us of longer have their Douglas of Lake City were guestsof
owing back taxes. And, farmers who Mr. and Mrs., B. F., Hazen Sundays -
lasting
Victory and a peace -
the
face I
have a ooor ,,year would no longer ] '
former Mrs. G. W.; Hazen and Mrs. E
The PayAsYouGo'Tax Plan added problem of paying' taxes'on a J. Hazen were attending to busi-

year's good income. ness Friday in Starke.
A 'month ''ago the pay-as-you-go tax plan' Experts figure that pay-as-you-go will Mr, and Mrs. A. E. McKinney price.i .

being treated \Vashinglonas, a matter 1943 revenue, because the of Starke: spent awhile Sunday
was
mean more night with her parents Mr. and
: that might be taken: up "sometime this Treasury will start to collect taxes this year Mrs. O. W. Hazen. i .T
increased national income and Among the sick the past week f
idea that it would be shel. on the vastly
the being
.
year, are: Mrs. L.'A. Brown Hrs L. R.Gabby

ed until'after the war. But there has.beena at higher rates. taxes on a '. Mrs. Noon :Mott and Mrs.
The time to get'our income 0.:3.: Feagle. We wish! them a
storm of protest against postponing ac- current basis-the time to remedy the tax speedy recovery.

tion and naturally the, question has been calendar is recognized, to be NOW. Other: :

considered by millions of people with small wise, when Victory comes, millions of far- By THERESSA Ml.s Ida Uagan

incomes who will have to pay an income mers and workers struggling in the rough
readjustment will be J. J. Ziegler and J. D. Griffts
for the first 'time' {Recent waters of post-war 1IT'S
tax this year were business visitors to Gainesville -
polls' of public Opinion show that nearly all tossed-not a life preserver-but a large. Frlday.- a pleasure
boulder of income tax debt! Mri. O. J. Phillips of Lawteyand
favor paying as they heavy when
population
classes. .pf out(! Mrs.' Susie Norman of Miami thirsty

.,; the president, presiding. Routine were visiting- Mrs. J. L. High- there's a glass of -
attended to and tower and Mrs.. Alice Jones Friday Beer
. Brevities business waa \ .
_; Brooker plans for a chicken aupper were II' handy becauseJAXhas !-
Mr..
and Mrs. H. C. Cloversettle '
.
of the
members
_... ---- discussed. The low goodness that brings com-
and little daughter of Melbournewere
By Mrs K. .. llazeu LITTLE: WOMEN P.-T. A. will serve regular a chicken meeting supper guests 'of Mr. and Mrs: W. plete satisfaction. As a matter
Club held at Its next
RPJO CROSS ACTIVITY its The irgular Little meeting Woman's at the clubhouse Feb. 24, at 8 o'clock. Mrs. Fred C. Loper over the week-end. of fact,JAX is a grand beverage

Members ot the Red Cross met Friday nigh After several Hazen. Mrs. Loca Whitten and NOTICH OK ADOPTION: when you're thirsty and when /

at the club house Thursday afternoon game: of bunco the high Mrs!!>. J. K. Douglas AU are In chargeof of und..r.Jirned Notice In will hereby apply Even to the that Honorably the- you're not. .,with meals or during
to sew. Eighteen skirts prize ta won by Mrs. Mike Tight- arrangements. patrons A. Z. Ad It Inn. Judge Circuit moments of pleasant companionship.Just .
Mrs. Bill Nichols. the school and friends are urgedto Court, at ht. office In SlarkeFlor..
have low
overalls and by
and three paint of man Donation for the supper n'r'V.-0" February 8. 1943 for an remember when you order beer'Make
been finished. The following new The hostesses, Mrs Jake Keene ittend. of adoption for William
xnemors were welcomed: Mm. and Mlxs" Lubedla Waters seved will be asked .for later. Mlrhcal Duke, age. two yeau.Vlr.lnla to say Mine JAX"
I)
McPnnochlo.
Ralph Hazen. M.... C. J.: Crews, Ice cream and cakie. Afterward. BIRTHltAY PARTYOn Daniel Duncan McConochl u a ..c. / ). because you can't get bet-
:
l- It J-8 *
:Mra. Howard Mott, Mrs. Vaaco an interesting experiment was Saturday,' Jan. 30, Blllle '1- for lp ..' ':. ter beer at any pnce.
Haaen and Mrs. Grace Barry. : tried with dry Ice by Eva Faye Rimes was given a party by his lCIRC.: !;,IT COIMT.: DR Ult'ORDro. Ask Pttle : : i4
1' "'LOItID.\I I" 11.11- !
There have been several appreciable Gainey.FAntn'ELL parents Mr. and Mrs W. O. C't:"t. apart :
donations for filling kit Rimes. In honor ''of his eleventh Mary Boyce Maloney, Plaintiff. v.. Fell oohoatI
: PARTY mb0tetf.X '
Jl'hn Maloney' Defendant
Those doing 10 were: Mrs Casa No. 1c
bags. '
Ralph Hazen 45c: Mrs. L. A On Jan. 26, Misses Bonnie Mott blrtnJay. 1155 6nr ETt OS rtTBLICATlOV tobuiattonta Spf N15Ita"t
and Lubedla Waters entertained, After an hour of games and ( wsY .
Brown Mc) : Mrs. T. W Markey, STATENup' FL4TRIIAiI.AlJohnMaloney tnaku quttbet ; 0ttase.ci4av 1'
Mrs. Eugene Long COc: with a farewell party In honorof contests, the little guests were : it '
$100' wno" ,1 d rc> l" &41tireenwleh
Mrs. G. W. Hazen. 50c; Miss Lu- W. C. Crosby, who has enlistedIn servjd ice cream and cake. 'Street. New Tork City, 0Qcit
23c: Mrs. B. F. the Navy, at the home of'MUM' Tweniy-flve youngster enjoyedthe New York btt+ Y ttie ,
PlnlioUter.
bedla Hazen $1.00: Mrs Beulah Har I Mott. After playing games and afternoon with Blllle and re- March: r::, ri'. 5 U:1;:d Inc the appearJanuary ahov on ? Qum o. 4 tt+c oil( ..

rell, 25c; Mra. Howard Mott. SOc;;: card, a big bonfire was lighted porte'l a nice time. Col"Lt lot.. and U43. "aU"8.It. th.wherein abDvenam.d tcfullY tuceoketp 1 ,1 ttl } a ., "

and Mrs. G. I). CoUon.: $1.00. I and velners were roasted. About Mrs. Mike Tllghman and Mlle. Plaintiff..seeks divorce and Malden 4h. 'at out iA ..er
40 friends were prevent to wish num. r tor-d. Rradford County lot
Robertson lecent- Mary Mott made a business trip! Telegraph' "h.. II publish. thisOrder tttn6ctatad 'a3r
MU Jeanette W 1;. R safe return. In neat four weekly Unit.. .
ly vl-iled .her parents In Flat a- to Starke Thursday of last week. i I Wltn.. nlJl' hand and ofriels1 seal. .Iat
I I'.T.UtTING! : : Friends of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Starke, Florida, this January
horn
26tb I\lU.\ '
::1 ,, Mr. and Mrs. J. K Douglas and Thd P.-T. A. held Its montblyI Green will regret to learn that 10..1,1\1.. 55Al.A.. J- Thomas + .
t Mrs. Garnto were visiting In 'ng Wednesday afternoon, their daughter, S h I rley. is in A. Clerk. or said, Court.l'harles X REWW' OMP rte'
+ Jarkuonvlll. 1 a
Miller FloridaAtty.
1 E; 1 Dukes! Station Sunday I Jan. 27, with Mrs.\ A. 1.. Crosby, Alucnua County Hospital with for Plf. .-.a 4, j.l9 ;



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FRIDAY. FE RU.\RV" 1043 BRADFORD cOUNyTELtouAruST.nKE.rLORmA
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Marj. Grlder oaid her voice seine In my office au,,! ban pad l lapplication <
for a tax Bounded! like it was getting ready; tMMUfcl 1 thrfton. "MaIl rertlftriit ttihrurcit <
School to change and Nina looked like the fnllo win ir IBradford High rn property In the County nt Bradford -
she walt going Into a dance al : ;.state of KlorUlu.' tit-wit:
any minute Seriously enough i H 8 Acrrs. of WV. of KWti ,.f
NKVi Ht-c 211 Townnhlp'" t 8 iithItMnx .
__ I though It WliS'E'ry inspiring-. tJ: F.t: contalnlnir, 9 Aui':. -,
I It 'twere me, I'd probably fainted. more or IBMM.t .

EOITOKIAL___STAFFEd1tor1flChlef Idalou Davis Seniors Try Out I Senior Biographies Book Of The Week I Students See I before: I could get off the plat- I Ttia umlvr HAHvHvimint, th" Kalil of lbs ci-rtifl.-nt saM. 'pr. ..Iputnt 1-Perty -

j form. The Senior boys tell me wu In the itttm of l>avtH,
Imports;:; Editor -- Virginia Sewel! As OratorsOn "M,'. Currier and MI', IveH" Is How Planes I'>only.I '.
I ____ June BlosaI CAKOLYJ GREEN: : they'll have n much better pro- I unless unlit vpi-llflrnt, *.h*ll tin
Senior Reporter Keen On June 15, 1924 in Starke an interesting, historical book of I Are Intercepted I grnm, but they will certainly have rvriftiinvtl m-rnrfltnir I to law, t thn
"B" Club .-_-_-__ Patsy Chapel Program property
June Harding there arrived one of 0 u r now styles and fashions of our ances to jump to-d.) it. I to lh. hlRhvKt bUlcler nt Ihxrnurthounv
Alice I '
I society ___- Powell Th-j Senior girls turned out to: prominent seniors who has blonde tors. Although, it :Is a history. it Lat Wednesday, the lug h Me Informer tell me that threeculles il.mr on th.. flrtt Mi>"-
Iclims ______ Jewell
News day In the month of I\IH"'h. 1P43
hair and Is 5' 4" tall i lit written in such a way so as to School saw an Army Interceptoi to In
grey eyes are goin' sing assembly ,
Club ________ Leis' Newsome bo orators in the chapel program which In the tat iluy oC Murrh,
Glee and weighs. 120 pounds. attract; the reader's eye ami keep Command film. Mrs. Grace Wainwrlght In a few weeks Cawn't ever 194.1.
____ Eva Fay Galney Clarice Thomas read aeil thin 27th day or January.194S .
Biographies Monday. All sports' and dancing consti- him fully absorbed In Its pages chief observer of the loca tell, we might have some!! Andl'ew,1 ,

Martha Markey from the 13th chapter of 1 CorinthLin -: tute her likes. She also liken a from beginning to end.. It will observation post helped make this sinters In our midst. I'm lookln' (OKH'irtAI. SKA,) A. .,. Thomas
Squad ____-* Shirley CoUeyBand and led the Lord's Prayer. Ol.rk of Mi-cult C'ouil of MmitfnrdCounty
Pep _____ Clarice Thomas certan: person quite unknown to aniuaj anyone intensively to readabout opportunity possible for the student I forward tl) It anyway. : ."...,.loIa. 1.21'!' 41 8-111
__ .- seniors three
Nina Bishop Three honored great us. Come on, Carolyn In he tall what a disgracing! momentit '.. Well cll l1Iu II' the Ole News Gal i I -
Features
special Edwards. Marjorie- GrlderEDITORIAL Americans whose birthdays were and dark or petite and blonde? was for a young lady to explain Two men from the Jaekeonvllk is being aided by u mysterious IV 4'IIMI IT fOI IIT.OI III' \n..o"II.

Edna during the month of January. by Since she Is such an active person to her physician that one of Army Interceptor Command of being; who has been given the <' 'MT1. Kl.Ollllttl lftltN-,

giving their character sketches. it Is only natural that she her limbs was broken. This alongj flee came and went over tile 1 name of Imu Snooper Jr. Junior' I 1ti 4.>lieit'Kill.Mitchell rinlnllff. v". MlhM.WU 1.

Eva Galney ,gave an interesting should like sports. She has no j with many more simlllar Incidents whota setup In detail before they: Identity, la a deep dark secret' Mitchell.., Defemlunt (Cnn Nn2SOH.

and educational sketch of Benjamin dislikes. This fact makes!! her, will furnish an hour or so of pleas showed the film. Just to let you 'know how deep OIU. >Kll OF IT1IL.1CAT10X)

likeExaminations..___ Franklin's life. Franklin'sinfluence In the "The VictorianAgo" ANt NOTICH TO 1 AIM'KAI
II jppoarn well liked by the student body. ant reading The film showed the student) and dark this tecret It. [ don'teven I
Americans i is still STATH OF FLOItiriA to: NlblilMAVull !
have a way of: on She stepped Into school at BHS Do you know what "bundling" everything that happens after om! know who she Is myseifI"Not. Mitchell lenerul Delivery
: I evident In our home and In our and has been here ever since. Is ? Then read "Mr. Currier If it is ol more than M couple of weeks 1I1t.('I"d. TexaM.

.noln'-lng out what we don't know. I everyday life. Every time we geta After graduation from thin dear and MI' lye. ." and find out. I' our reports planes n plane.the people in the one of ago, if you will remember, I put vii Int.I.rc, 1)4i r.'I\lI.In t I h.to. nliove Appear. nnni.oilMarfh

,Ve permit ourselves to sink into letter from the post office we old Institution she doesn't know E. L. E. flee cither know it from, the Information In a plea for some help throughthe **:il I Cuurt an':,l oauite, wherein plnln:
sucha lift nerkii dlvon-e. 1trn, L rut and go about from day to thank Franklin for starting what she will do; probably go to I' given on 'the repor News Uox (which by the way Telt>Krni, >h nhitlt pul'llxh thin. UrtlerIn

Lay We study worldwide movement. college she says.' But "trite doesn't Jr. .some of you Droopln' next four Weekly lMHiien.Wltneim .
Just getting by. I Ima Snooper, from the observation pout or I II I Dnpplosl my hnnil. and offlcUl
enough to keep up with the Marjorie Grlder's sketch of the kno>v where the t otter was unable to distinguish ought 10 take an Interest .) Bt>..I l nt Htnrke, b'loildit. thin. Jun-
bust great general. Robert E. Lee, was Whether! to college or La it week we told all about the1"gitis' I the the few days after this plea I hopefully nary 2Nth.. I'M.1.'
and you go marking on plnnothe .
discussions then to..II.'IAI.IoINAI ) A. J. Th .nmx.AN .
class room really a hit. Lee's personalitywas not, Carolyn. we wish you the and their newly acquired I people In the Army Interceptor looked In the News Box, of I'lerk uf .11101 l Court..

'when something like an examination what carried him Into the height of success May y6u achieve ranks *''o now let's take a look at Command office find oul course! expecting to find It emptyau T. Kl'Hlik ,IjllHlrum. Htnrke. FliirUlil.: >
fur 1'lf. 121U/ 3Ml
Ally
cornea and stares us in the heart. of his countrymen and your highest ambition and your the boys ((0. K. Frances N., we '|, what kind of a plane It Is. If i iis it usual but Whattu ya know ? I

face, demanding that we make an frlenja. We need more people with childhood! dreams, weren't talking to you personally art enemy plane the Interceptor There It Wus. A whole slew of \ 4-IIU-l IT I'01 "'1', lilt \i>voiate
personality like Lee. Marge Patel ) Interesting perspective, ehgrills In touch with the news. That's the history of it (- >l\Tl. "' FI.OKII| |\ 1'>I4>.
I Command I
that all the time gets .
,ffort to prove played a selection on the piano, JIMMIE: : GRII"FISThIs !! -especially when Lt. Parker kid< but I'm not much of a his ouv.Iteorwe:
In vain we become Flg'ner Squadron which Immediately I- h'nnsn prevail Plaintiff I vn,
has not been spent "God Bless America". Idalou brown haired green eyed yell "TOTHEREARMARCH" and j jwe. locales the and tOI"lIl80 I'll elide back In theole Idell* 1'rovutt' ,. Dcfrlidunt.: :, :Can No.NI ,.
terrified. Whenthe enemy piano
I thoroughly Davis gave a few of the highlights Senior who Is 5' 6" tall was bornon have scrambled egga.: I deal it. l ut. JIIO.: tutrupt. : (ii". PI'I1.U'ATICIN

grades: come out we are not : of Roosevelt's administration ; January 6, 1925 In Lawtey At hut: Y:45: A. M. Captain I I'o's I'd like to apologize to Margielted'ii'411 I .\ NOTICn TO AI'I'H.H'I'"F1 .\ It
and resolve that next The show was greatly enjoyed 0..' .
satisfied t Florida. He moved to Starke togo "TenShun"The KI.OItlDA to: luVII
indo the many improvements Chin-Ms Boyer shouts for saying Hint she tooka Irvitl.vhone, HddrenH I Iii. Unknown.You .
will do better. But 'he .students and It will help
lemeiuer we and advancements he has made In to school at the age of 5years. roll la called with Lt Edgar by i toni liking to Georgia Military required I to nppnar on'
that is aD far as we go. We then those who are already ttervlnn March 1-::., 11143, In, the aieove num.ed .
I this great America of ours As a : He got off to a bad startat Wilkinson that terrifically upholstered Aca.lt>my. The straight of it U Court soul ruime wherein
ink back Into the well known a climax for character sketches, school. Out at a "wood shedsession" Junior, and Lt. Bryan I with the local observation pOHt. that HE attend the Georgia Mill- MeekN .,dlvnru: tlrHdfnrd County plaintiff : :
this time much deeper C. A. T. 'l'elegriit'h ehHll ..1I..h .
and 1ii thin Order
rut Nina Bishop spoke on "What The his parents helped him to Hlrr'U accounting for every tin1' y Academy. Klnda had me III next four weekly iKHiien.VltnvMH .

than before. Final exams come American Way of Life Means to begin a better school career the body. (All right, get out of Scott's I puzil'd just couldn't Imagine \ my hand and official

up in 1 we begin to worry and Me." It means everything I hold 1 next year. When In the eighth over 111el'el) Rationing Board what B. If. S. lad ha.l the Initials scsi unry I at 28th.Hlarke.114:1.IIl'ti"lt'IAI : .Florida' I thin Jan.

dare! doing a bit of cramming dear to my heart. The way I grade, he won the American Legion N" t we take you to the thlt'd1! Gets BHS AidRecently of .";. M. A.SPOTTKIJ. I i'. HIOXF.) A. J. Thoninii,
.
.vhic'i' Is not very beneficial for It.hM I As Clerk of saul ('attn.'I. .
think and want to live. The first Honorary Award. period class where we find, pre LouIe LteValn- 1'. Kinnk 1 LnnOruni, fctlnrke I I.'lnrItIN.

} a tendency does not to.mean confuse for us.us verHe of the "Star Spangled Ban His two chief ambitions are, "Idln, Captain Cut Us "Pietty-! representatives of B H wright" wandering around the Atty. for l-lf. ___, 1-2: ? 4t 8-III t
The faculty
semester's workin ner" was sung by the assembly first, to become a chemical engineer boy" Lanier, who took the placeof Shave been making tliemaelvet campus luther day Wonder, what IV C'IIIe''r vni'ivi'. tlfl4l.K4>lll

to learn few a nights.whole If that were the and the 12th grade girli sang the which the war -has Inter- Kx-Captaln-Kx-AnMntant", Cup-, useful across the street at (l lit or should l I say who? he was ,! C'UI L'U\: "" 'I', "' 1.0141"1'\ C'nJoHl \">" .

a Intir last verse. Mr.' Smith made theannouncements. rupted for awhile. And second taln-Lt. Arnold Wasdliv the ver-. Rationing Board. These student looking, for? Well [I'll let Edna E. I .Ia Hiirytdlne I '.....11.I .ii.1. 'i3O I""I rr,

CUM going there to would school be these no use many I 1 to live on some lonesome place natllo young man who knows howto have \oluntarlly given up theliclasses be th<> judge of that I VB.. I I.Hnmr 21172.OKIIKH: YVvllunn I I b.fund'mil, CHKMNo. 1 1IV

"> E. L. E. I away from civilization where he I'lie backward gracefully. Too,, I for n few days In order tt Flash front the Dark Continent: OF1 PI'IIMOATIOMANI .

montlia.for Would all of us It not.If we be could farbcttl'r I can experiment:: read, and write! we.rind with them Lt., A. T. Andrews relieve the situation at the Board Ida, Lou Davis Just received an-I STATK> :'i OK)TI.'r)I'IAHlIl1.10- TO l APPKAIC: Ij.imirWelloim.

Vox Pop Jr. without Interruption.He I a freshman ("Brutus hath! This was of great help to MI''. other I letter from the Khaki Lad wh"... rvxlilelli-fi. In )I'IIY.
take things as they come, studyng 1 ttnvllle,, N. C'. '
said he was nmbltloim".) Sapp 11'1'11.Vlmberly, and MI', In Africa This tlmn It containeda
on each subject dally? likes: swimming, hiking/ You urn rxiiulreil to upnoae on .
: some would bemOI'e Dear Editor hunting/ pineapple sundaes, quiet The last but not least U the I I Stroman who work 'so very hart, Flv Franc Note as a ttnuvenler. March I tat, 194.1: In I ha ,.,,* num.ed .
Then our knowledge
and understand- Why Is it everyone Is 110 Interested girls and red heads. Dislikes: fifth period clans. The CM plain at their patriotic ditty It meant P-cullar lookln' thing. Sho am I C'ourt mirk: *snot divorce.1 I fHUne.Hrndford whei-elu) County plHlllllff t -

general our woul,11I0t In the paper being such a dancing talkative people bookkeeping here Is---No, you're looking the more work for the boys and, girls glad we tine the ole Green Backs T...le 'rupli shall publish thin Order l

rig more complete.in the Exams least for we big success and then when It and flirts. Wrong way. That's Earl Perry,, but we are happy to see that thoujh. Never saw so many colors .tu Wltnm next four my weekly hnnil Issue and *..official\

worry us all.preparl'dness cornea time for the paper to go Well Jimmie here's to .you the Opi. of the guards. We know they pre willing to do this much .on folding money In all man scott ft Htarke, Florida, thin January
would be prepared and after 1Mb., IIMI.IOKKICIAI .
is the watchwordof to press!!' everyone just can't find from the Seniors and we sincerely he's liandsome and all that\ bul for their country. life. I IU Ar.) A..1. Thomas,
anything to write about? that will attain these' Captain Bobby McRae Is kinda M.G. My feet are pusolutely worn Aa Clerk of mild. Court
this decadei A lot more wouldbe hope you T. Kriink .nd'un, Htarke. Plorlrtii., '
obtained from our. school life Tired of Writing ambitions. cute, too Lt. Richard Ray ban to a frazln. I think the rest of Atty. for Plf. 1.29 4t 2-19
Getting I one c.X the best platoons In thin 10th Grade Boys Dancln'. Dinahs will agree with
and something tells me that we Dear Tired of Writing GEORGE: : KKNIS: '
I Company with Lt. Charley Parker me. Celebrated the President'sbirthday fllMTIT 4-01 IIT, nil 41)VitIivDI',4.I.v
would have more time to take Apparently! the Interest In the George Kenin. who Is now u resident -. running him a close second Lt. We tenth grade boys are out tc again at the U. S. 0., CKIIV.fteorK' "" .CUII"\. I lCHAN'''' -

part In other things. too. Exams paper Isn't aA great as It seems. of "Boomtown" was born In Mutt Jones doesn't seem ta stay win that parade In the near fu Saturday nlte. Fun? Just nsk I Tendlor Plaintiff, vn. Mary
never the who is work scare them off. Tendler, ln'fciiant. ('it". No.: tat).
worry person The must 1925. He be- ol
Sanford on June 21. with his boys very well turns ture. They say 'that some any of the girlie who attended., I liii.I'ii: Of PIMIUCATION(
prepared and it lies within the Because it Is work to get a paper gan his steps of learning in Seminole them over to Ray Parker and tlmm glamorous tenth grade glrlH Foun out that the President's ANI NOTICK TO APFKAit
power of each one of us to riseto ready .to go to press. Sanford.. until HTATH OF FIXmlDA to: MurvTonfllxr
High School at fall. i In with the rest. Well guess are good but wait they favorite songs am an follows: whon residentl ii l 44?

that. status. But first, we Editor When a Freshman, he was chap- all toads lead to, Rome. Lt. march against Us We will show 1-.D"ep In the Heart of Texas North ]IIIth Street, Newark New.
must have the will. Do we? .- ol his class. During all of the Is. In Jersey
lain place
George Oliver, that cute little them that girls' 2-Home on the Range You are appear nit
I._ L. D. Dear EditorI his school life he has been Interested frennman. seems to be getting the home, not on the parade J-Anchors' Aweigh. I Mrch Int., ri'lt"Jr.do"1 I the ar>o\e

have a problem. I want mall in different types of athletics nowhere! In 'a slow hurry when It ground.We Would stop to name a few of no.m plaintiff.'d Court iteekn and divorce.cause; llradford wherein ,I ,

Question of The Week front Africa. How can I get it? especially football and comes to keeping his boys from nearly wilted under the the Cutles who were there but County TeleirrHph ahall Publish thin I
A Senior I l Order In four weekly Issues. '
basketball.' While a Sophomore, I 'ranks." of examination week but next
talking while in stran! seems to me that everyone wa Witness my hand and official' noilat I
"Where are. you going to the better. he vAis athletic manager. By the way here's somethingwe now that It is all over we are ((1 I there. And of course Alice June' "Mtnrke' Florida this January .4
The sooner
P.S.
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26lh ,
college"7 Dear Senior He likes: football basketball, saw the other day-several think) on the way to recovery came I nt nemhaMUa-whli| ketao I OKKIC'IATj in4 BWAt,) A. J, ThoinB 1 si

Phyllis H.- Tally that mall don't swimming/ chicken, a I 11 I women soldiers taking pictures of the This Spanish business ha ruined came In to make her entrance .Aa 'I.rk of said! Court.
You really want ij:. K. HI ark... Florida
Ferryman.
Marjorie D.Tally I ? But it takes a while for and 11.25 steaks!!, and movies. first platoon of the fourth period some of us. When anyone pays, late as usual. Missed Arline and Atty. for PLC 1H 8-l

Freddie W.Wesleyan you mall to get here from Africa. I Dislikes: skipping school and class., Anybody got any spare som.'thlnK In English we have to am put tin' in a complaint to the I I _.
IV C-IHCI'IT fni IIT. IIIIAUPOIIII4'0l
Nina B.- Wesleyan don't want to dampen your spiritsbut work. bushel! !! baskets to use for hats? ask them to repeat It.Robert management of the Florida Theatre 'VTY, PLOHIIIAl IV IIIAISKKV. *

Bobbie C.Havn't decided been sunk. Af.er 'finishing High School he "':"Snooper Jr. Barksdul for keepln' one of the most >
the boat may have Howard
Kdna Kleffer, Plaintiff
vs.
Eva Fay G.I don't know. intents to take the next step at popucir' Prlssle* from the dances. Kleff liefendant. Cniie No. 1306.
a little longer. ;
Where are you going? Be patient Editor Rolllm College in Orlando He Is Freshman GirlsNot Ima Snooper Seems as If Mrs. Epperson's ()HfIttt f PITHLICATION:
AND NOTICK: TO APPRAIt
Shirley C.I don't know yet but thinking of taking courses concerning third period class suffered from a HTATK UK FfX>ltIDA to: howard -

I want to go to Wesleyan.. Editor engineering. much doing In our class Hlya; folks-here's your favorite few' minutes over-time Monday Kleffer, (J. n r a I. Delivery, ,
Dear "Frnnkfnrd Pennfiylvanla.You .
Martha M.I don't know doubtBf If can keep your ambitionand of back In a Teacher's watch was wrong I I I
Is It that I always have to you this week. Seems that those jerk journalism noon. are .' llr.dlh appear on

I do. sit Why home at night? You know I always have as many friends mid-terms we took.. \ad quite an flash with the trash (gossip. to and the class makes no much March'ourt Int.and, 1943 t-auiie: :, wherein above nlaln named *
Pat M.Don't know. Why? have now, we feel sure "' To start off how's noise with the typewriters that it : ,
like tc out with boys too aa you effect on us. They put some of you dope) tiff at>ekn divor ',. Bradford CTiuntyTvleicraph
Marjorie G.- Tally" go that will be successful in your before It about little poetry was entirely impossible to hear shall publish thin Order
Could you to studying and was a ;
once in a while? you us In next four weekly. I.........
V. S. chosen career. We certainly hopeso restof always welcome around the btll. Don't I lOse. too much
tell me how I can make all over, they put the us A party's WltneHM my 7 :tl.1l1bl.officialeal
please weight over the Incident kids-, .. at Htarke. Jan-
studied. this
HA place,
I boys Interested In me? o' i to wishing we p. uarv tKih., l 43.OFKK'IAI. .
Junior JinglesExams Helen at Home In kplte of the great mental Cause you never know wIenroii'll I'm sure the over-time" helped you ( StOAt) A. J. Thorns,

o I Home EC. Gleanings : strain of exams some of those see a new face. it 'little. I T.An Kr'lerk..nk I.Hndruin of said 'ourt.stark FltI.ldll.Ally. ,, '

over and after a wonKlerful Dear Helen fair maidens found enough energy Everyone was jlvln and gettln'heppln' .. r..r I'lf. I-IS 4t :J-Hl

week-end ,the Juniors areBeady I Are you bashful ? Are you We have finally gotten the material left '0 attend the President Ball Must rush off now. ThoughtI'd iv' ciitrrrr _4-01 sty HII.\I>PORIIC4H

to settle down and work.Kit shy? Well don't be. That Is, for our window curtains and do It the justice It deserved Even the ole folks were out kiroll up Washington way and 'VTV. KI.OHII| IV 'HA>-

may sound fantastic but it is I i don't be too bashful. I under- and we girls will keep on until we Wanda P. was very cute an she hlgh-HteppIn'. see. what I can do about the war, I Fran'k C'lI\4.'\. Illowe. Plaintiff, v.. I.....

i tally true. 'stand that some boys like for get out Home EC room fixed up strolled Into the room on the arm The band was super really Somebody told me we were, hav- I norn l.'. Hlowe. Iiefendant. Cana No.

Our Junior class wan well represented I their girls to be klnda shy. Maybe to a "t". "Congrats" to Mrs.!!' Mc- of Hilly Brown. Lorene M. and 'twas grand. In' >n* last week See ya In the IflOD.t. IlI>EHfOK J'P BlIf ATIOM

Hi at the President's fix! your hair a little differentor Rae for ,managln' to get to Jax. George F, made and outstanding" Not another one like It on sear next issue. ANt NtVTICK T() AI'I'. AItf4TATl' ,

Birthday Ball, and I am sure I a new shade of lipstick. Don'tbe even with all the tires and gas twosome at this gala affair. By on land.Snoop's -Snoop ira 4'. :lllowa()I' FLOILIflA wh"... realdencw. to: t...la'-

veryone enjoyed wishing our I too Intellectual. Don't be too rationed. I wish people could the way, Lorene was down at the got, Jltterbuggln' downto Not everybody with a dollarto 14 10:. Patrick HI, Frederick Mary

President a Happy Birthday ,and dumo. Try this and let me know just wee the material! To us girls station Sat. night about 7:30: seeing '- a 'WI"Went spare ran shoot a gun .land.You sra' required to' nppear .on

helping in the drive for victory In'',I the results. It's "rcrumptous." George off to Emory. We home smllln' but tired as stra'Chl-but everybody can March Int., 1'5 4 5 .In .th. ahovanutned

destroying Infantile paralysis. l j Editor'Dear Now that all the exams are over seem to be minus another senior could be, t shoot straight to the bank and !; Court peekS and divorce.cam, llradfordCounty whereinylulntlff

rhe Junior girls as a whole filled 1- S. (lii which I think nearly everyoneIn Other Freshmen attending the Didn't we have fun. If we did bay War Bonds Bay your' Telenraph; hull puhllHM: thin
tinmen.
,one booklet which contained $2 Editor, the Home EC. Dept. passed) we ball were; Wllla Jean Malone have to crawl (gall rationing you If 10% every pay day. Order Witness In. next my hand four weekly and official. aeal

n dlmeu. This wall sent to our There Is a girl out of this state will finish our worked buttonholesand Bernice McMillan and Betty Tur- know) at Htarke, flurldo. thin January

President at the White House. to whom I write. I wrote her then start on our curtains. Jdon't ner. FrIJay night at the Birthday NOTU'volt\PPI.lf"TIO"rtx II"U :.23rd.'h. ,1943.OKKHMAL.1943. 4

The Junior boys filled their book- several weeks ago, and have not think that they will be halfas We have a new classmate Ed- Ball. 4......... Hill .*,>. l esp I .....:A L) A..1. Thomas

>eta separately. We Juniors purely received and answer. I -wish hard as those buttonholes. To die l..ouoVa rd. who.comes., to us NON I'd better stop and begin That NOTIC'W n. W. -flEMKnv Hull holder: of UIVR.V Tax.rtifIc.te AK Charlo Clerk' Stiller of uld, Jacksonville Court. Fin, (

hop that our 'dimes can be of very much to hear from her. me they are actually hard (when from Landon In Jacksonville anottior! time. No. l Hit! tsaed the 8th T. Frank -'f: drun'. Ptarke. Flo.;*. I
? and day or AunuNt b. i92*. hn. riud Attya. for 1.29 4t 8-1
tome assistance' the fight on In- What Is your suggestion you can't make one without their Welcome, Eddie Lou.: Cause me mind Is a blank

tantile paralysis.The A Floridian getting; messy or either It doesn't We have been working very! I've given out of rhyme.No '

Junior class wishes to con- do right: ) Oh, well that's life for hard to get at lea J one perfect, klddln', folks really had a ? 1

sratulate the Seniors on their Den Floridian commonto day but *o far we have had some swell time at the dance especially WHY GO, FISHING

plendied. program In chapel Mon- This problem Is very what' I you.Ho Hum! Guess I'd better quit absent and some tardy every day.'I yours truly. Twas almost &11nice

m yIt taught a very Importantpoint. your editor. Here's Maybe this jabberln and go get Mrs. Mc- Oh well we'll keep on trying. as our school dances. To GO TO NEWSOME'S ,MARKET"Fresh

No matter bow much you I suggest. Write again! letter. Rae to show me just how to makeat B. P. mention a few B. H. S. kids at*

try you can never do too much she d'dn't' get the other It Is least one curtain. tend In' this gala affair-W nda Water and Salt Water FishShrimp, etc. ,

for Then If she doesn't answer Until next week. So long. P. look In' quite stunnln' with new
We are Ina Leave Fruits and VegetablesNEWSOME'S
your country now. that she doesn't Two Seniors Live and Dressed Poultry,,
apparent sle' i air-do and Betty Turner
terrible war and the life of this very with you any gown. ,
xreat: nation the care 10 correspond Thin week two of our seniorboys ute as ever gettln' a big rush --rts-rs--rrrr rSrsJr r s ri ssr ,
depends upon be-
will be all-right Your question Is very hard to '
That of wolfish alumni. .
from some our
longer. !
B Andrews" and George
is wen Joe
unger generation. So it of ,
there are Just oodles answer. The only thing I can A. Mack F., and Bob Turner MARKET
cause at Oxford Ralph ,
for
whom this nation depends. So love Flyrr.i, left us Emory
would heart's
who Is to follow your own
Belles comln' In the dan-
southern say really out
eta down and really In Atlanta. These boys have
get to work.
to correspond with a nice looking desire. Just remember. you aren'tvery ,the first. sin' world. and rush In' one of ouriweet New Method Cleaners On Temple Ave.
tUdy these last four months leftn there'splenty of come to BHS from very Next Door To J
like you. old and Seniors off her feet. J. McRae -
sur, cjjool, year. The armed boy the and only.Dear We are now minus a president *
find one
/orces: need intelllngent boys In Dear Editor. time to Editor and vice president of the class and on hand as usual rushln usluahln' __ .l J JWe
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biddies to death. Joe Andrews -- -- ,
heir 'a of the Science Club., -
president -
fight fot'freedom. so boys months. I '
again Itty
three Well here 'I am
you For two or : .The seniors were sad Indeed and George Flynn cettln'hep 't '
better If this Work
start studying. with a boy not "bitty" anymore Do Superior
have been going bltty me. Only left But to their last hop In Starke-for ;
Country meano 'anything to, YOU. thinks And fellow -I when the two boys
He
"itty my '
class. just ,
,
Junior Seems
time. they'reflvln'
the some
in quite 1
of their ,
Vet's that two ;
proud
Wake our Iahouidn't they are
and really put him his
up because I go with still hasn't come to see Emory at Oxford a break
that
aonea to the grindstone. date any other boy butI Itty angel as often as she would number are able to advance so by atayln' with them a while. For Better Cleaning : '!

I F. w. don't agree. It seems thatevery like. What Is I going to do now? rapidly. "- Sure hope they don't stay In JI'JI'TRY

time I do date another Cuddle of all kind for awja. Good luck boys and
and Office snppllm ,
Science ,Club boy be turns right .around don't Dear Cuddle Male at Tbe Bradford County ion't forget us folks) back intarkeaville. THE t

I On Tuesday of next week the dates a Freshman.I am Now very fond You are going to Improve at Telegraph.It's. One of our Senior \ : )r
wrong for i Iris gettln' quite excited over theFasur CLEANERSMr.
Science Club U planning to have get me freshman and really dent this rate and have your boy friend <[ Ceremonies dancln and NEW METHOD i i.u
this
I.* at of right back In your heart if i commoN sense to be 9f
meeting in questionIs.
the auditorium If be dates but my the slnKI.!'. and Mrs E. O. Edwards, Owners
noon for all students who joined care In doing this? you don't watch out. Keep up thrifty. If rn save yon are 1
really '
I wrong The twelfth grade girls
|the club at the first meeting. If Should. am I do a, h. wishes J good work "angel". Editor Ibrt/tjr. War Bands help yoa did put a swell program on in S1S Temple Your' Patronage P..ne !
..
sal
you ire to Wonderinc .. save belp save ISA
town
a student plan Just han I 'tether morning even If the Avenue Appreciated
at at school that Thi P.S. As Always, let me know if : America. -3j your ten percent :
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on day. were a little frightened. --r.- -- I -p
rators --
r- -
i PO
Improvements. day.
make more everr Sl'
any
\Is Interest you
called In your Dear Just Wondering I Ii I
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\t rAGE FCCR+ :: COUNTY SUBGRAPH.!: STARKE. FLORIDA FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 3, I9

Junior Woman's Club Charlotte Sue on ,January 23, at an' George Flynn (Jr.) off to Mae an' Tommie Kemper are now-

II j SOCIETY and c CLUBS I Fort Brady, Mich. Mrs Hayes Is Emory at Oxford Among the In .lax where Tommie Is Work!!!'

: ,: The February meeting of the the former Miss Edna Strickland, last-minute advice they got was: at the Air Base ?' Well

.. '- -" --' Junior Woman' Club will be held daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. B. "Be sure to take a cab for the Guess that about concludes the

Presbyterian Auxiliary '1 Silver Tea Planned Methodist Circles Wednesday, Feb. 10, at 8 o'clock. Strickland of Starke. She taught three block ride In Atlanta when little black book for one store
<<:
Furnish I Met Monday Afternoon I Mrs Charles A. Darby and Mr. school in B. H. S. for several you change trains for Oxford, so week So long See l[
t To Help I later Duval won't lost!" The y m
The Ladles Auxiliary of the J. R. Wainwright are In charge years, moving to you get I
1 the next
1I I Presbyterian Church will meet Blanding Day Room Mm. t>. A. Davis was hostess", of the program. Hostesses: Miss County, where she taught until Lt boy. were wearln'- their first '

to Circle One of the W. S. C. S. Delia Roe e n b e r g, Miss Hope Hay',a was called to active duty; "dress": hats, eo you know they -Car iyn \
Tuesday night, Feb. 9, at 8:00: The Camp and Hospital Committee .
"F Hear Annie
I of the Methodist church Monday Hayn, Mlat Frances Opperman with the Army. felt Important
o'clocK at the home of Mrs. C. F.WarJ. of which Mrs. K. O. Duncan and Mrs. Ralph Shrewsbury.
J. W. afternoon at her home on West -
Mrs. W. A. Bonham will i* chairman and Mrs. Madison St. Vases of yellow Lt. and Mrs Sam Stwnberg
KIncaid co-chairman. Is sponsorIng Be Quick To TreatBronchitis
{ conduct the devotional service and .i silver tea Wednesday Feb Jajtnamlne and bowls of azaleas New, Arrival arrived yesterday from Albany,

i Mrs. B. C. Holtzendorf will have Woman'sClub. were placed to advantage In thellvlft Ga, for a visit with Mr and' Mrs.
17, 4 to 6 P. M., at the Lt. and Mr9: E. W. Hayes announce -
N. Lt. Is
? charge of the program. Her subject This will be given to raise ? room where the guests I Sternberg. Sternberg
rf of the were heated.Mri. the' arrival of a daughter, stationed at Turner Field.'
will be Africa. funda! for the day room
t, 119th Infantry at Camp Blanding.A O. C. Powell conducted the Chronic bronchitis may develop If

attractive has devotional service and was followed -I your cough,chest cold,or acute bron-
A \ program
\ / been planned, with some of the, by Mrs. A Wood who reviewed chitis afford Is to takeachancewlthanymedlcine -
t our missionary work in i Carolyn CallstreetWell
most outstanding artists both at less potent than Creomulsion
and Blanding participating. Afrlci. The Rev. O. C. Powell which goes right to the seat of the
Starke Camp
Is In talked on the missionary programfor 1'1 trouble to help loosen and expel germ If your eye bother you lit
treat'
A rare 'since the Method church He told laden phlegm and aid nature to m. *.xamkt them and l fit you
store for those attending soothe and heal raw tender Inflamed
of tha successful. Negro school In with glasses If need thee
oaf the program will be dancers, folks 'Swunderful to I tropical trip with'the Freeman bronchial mucous membranes. you ,
Greensboro, N. C.; also of the possibility Creomulsion blends beechwood "" experience. Holiday
singers, violinists and pianists.The keep your sense of humorevenwhen Registers to see Freeman, ,?. creosote special process with other 30'1.
.1 of having In Starke a
public has been extended a I you're several tho u sand Betty 'lows as how he looks swell time tested medicines for coughs. by appointment.

cordlil, Invitation to be present. USO for the Negro soldiers mills from home, In the wastes of and likes aviation mechanics It contains no narcotics.No TELEPHONE B-4S74

Committee The business session was pre- North Africa That's what John matter how many medicinesyou
Other members of the Hear Uglow celebrated his
have tried, tell to 40f
your druggist Tiniplertheatre
BuiMjtfr
Powell and at
: sided over by Mrs. make. those letters from ]Ben
sponsoring the event are 85th birthday anniversary Jan. 24 sell you a bottle of Creomulsion with

Mrs Lax Green, :Mrs. C, AI this time the matter of trans- i (MaJ ) Sternberg so eagerly and is provln' that you can't keepa the understanding you must like they

I portation to WSCS meetings was awaited by the home folks young man down, by setting outa it quickly allays the cough, permitting -
Mrs. J. W Brownlee, Jr"I i rest and sleep, or you are to
Knlstit; dlsc'JBBcd. Mrs. Davis was selected -
Got of this week, .
a glimpse one nice Victory Garden i have your money back. (Adv.)
and :Mrs O. L. Heaaley. as chairman of the transportation postmarked Jan. 9, and hue area -
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committee. Mrs. Fred few choice exceipts: "Dear Kp..ttd 'a n' ;Jotted: Buddy "

Guy Invited tho circle to meet in Bishop doln' the nightspots witha
Folks! Well: here I am, sitting
FERTILIZERFOR with her the first Monday in a barn by a little fire, trying to popular local blonde Cleone H. O. BROWN

March. DowlIng's duzzlln' diamond l'lng-
tt get some heat Can you Imagine
SALE During the social hour the freezing in Africa?!' That's one a Xmas gift Muriel Simpson Income Tax Specialist

hoHtsas. served hot tea, chickensan'lwicheu thing the geography books for- toilin at BlandIng with the Post

EXPERT SHOE and small cakes. to got lo tell us about Got let- Engineers Nina Bishop an' BRADFORD COUNTY ABSTRACT OFFICE

REPAIRINGNothing 50c the\ > 19 guests"' : ters from nearly everybody the Hugh Ingram making a steady
twojome Tom (Camp Diner) V STARKE, FLORIDA
LARGE SACK Circle Two other day, and the Xmas pack-

But Top Quality host- age. Everything comes In mighty McC.inn lookin' forward to amuchneeded Each Monday Tuesday Friday & Saturday
MI-J.: E. K. Perryman was ,
Leather Used vacation, which he'llspend
handy, but guess" I'll have to use
to Circle Two at her home on .
i DROP>> A CARD TO W eRS Madison St. A bowl of handsome the pajamas) for underwear cause : in New York Johnnie
TheElectric MATHEWSco to take Redgrave an' L. E. Moseley firln
ROGER camellias and other I don't get a chance my
early
Shoe DAIRY clothes off but about once a for the S. A. L. Ruth Simpson -
Shop
_.' !: MATHEWS Spring flowers made the large
V month Saw "Life" back at her old job with SEA FOODS CHICKEN DINNERS
_ IV ; ACTON From Park Theatre STARKE, FLA.VAUGHAN'S living: room mote attractive.The a magazine
Southern .
I tonight with pictures of the Bell Little Mary

4 circle chairman, Mrs. Per- Boston night club fire and Beth Lane makin' an adorableadid'lon STEAKS CHOPS

ryman, opened the meeting with couldn't help but think how won- to Evelyn Rltch's second

praye/, and wan followed by Mrs.J. grade Milton Comick (ex-
derful it is to be in a safe 'place
_! V CASTLE LUNCH W. White who led In the devotional like this, where all you have to Bon Art Studios' ) .vlsltln" old TEMPTING' TASTY. SANDWICHES

service. Mrs. Titus Olson worry about 'la -tt little artilleryand frle-tlx Wednesday, all dressed up DELICIOUS HOME MADE PIES

tevtewed an article on our 'an occasional bomb Not In a new suit of khaki ,
Good Eats missionary work in North Africa; r
much news to write about. Everything -
Mt s, W. E. Middleton reviewedour seems id be under control II'ar Virginia Smith had an un- 'LUNCHEONETTE
A & A
work In Latin-America. ( easy hour or so when young eon
AtReasonable Scotto (the orderly) man-
The circle chairman, Mrs. Per- to talk ''the Arabs out of a Butch, and his dog Clarence, rolled ))-
ages In Park Theatre Starke Florida
Bldg. ,
ryman presided over the business few eggs each'day for my breakfast out of the back seat of their ?? :

Prices session. Miss Amy Coburn trans- PO who could ask for mOre?!' auto on a return trip from Law-

acted her duties! as secretary and .. I still don't know whether icy tother day Seems Vir-

Miss Olive Ray looked after finances. I've got a boy or something else, ginia and baby Bob were In front

., 201 Temple Avenue The matter of transpor- but I'm still hoping Love to and Hutch evidently got peeved

tation was discussed and Plans! all '. Ben"-'Y;. when mama told him to quit SPECIAL SALE!
made... The elide was Invited to playing "so rough" with his little

meet In March with Mrs. J. W. brother, so he opened the back
t Two big social events' this week
Whita, Misses! Olive and AmeliaRay door and out he rolled, Clarenceon
all to the good, although we
TO THE PUBLIC : and the meeting place will were missed the out-of-town regulars top They were going about FLORIDA SEA NOVELTIES

be "it the church school rooms,' 35 miles an hour and Virginia
from Lake Butler, the State Farm, I
THE STATE OLD AGE WON'T GIVE next to the church. Jax'vllle, G' hle and elsewhere "Just! knew Butch was killed" Originally Sold For 15c to '25c

ME ENOUGH TO PAY MY EXPENSES During the social period Mrs. who couldn't the BirthdayBall She swooped him up and ,

SO, AS I AM A GRADUATE OF THREE F. H. Long favored the company because<< make of gasoline rationIng rush i'1 to the Gainesville hospital,

OPTICAL>> COLLEGES, I EXPECT TO with a group of piano numbers ', ,'.4A Idyely l evenln', toppedoff leavin Clarence three miles Out SALE PRICE. i ?cAll

DO WHAT. OPTICAl. WORK I CAN The hostess, assisted by Mrs 'l by r' a l snack at the hospitable on the Jax'vllle highway It .' ,

GET Titus Olnon. Mrs W. R. Lott andMn. home of Hazel an', Fred I I turned out that Butch had only

Long, served hot tea and a slight scratch on his face and
Guy; :who steeled! this year's Ball Kinds Shell Necklaces
As Gasoline. la Short, Why Drive To Gainesville or dainty sandwiches, through: to such a notable success soon after they got back home,
Jacksonville Clarence arrived, yelping' at the
The GSO dance Monday
NOTICE' various door until allowed to come In and And Brooches At "
Blanding
nlg.it. honoring
D. JONSON see how his! master was
E. getting
,I In accordance with Section 19, bands, became a teal Jam session ..
Chapter 1, Complied General Lawsof as one khakllad after another'began along Big Saving PricesSEE

337 N. Church SU Starke, Fla. Florida Acts of 1930.I to "sit in" for a number with
1 Unique card from Edna an' Wilson US WE WILL SAVE YOU MONEY
the orchestra of. the evening ,
will be at the following named
Hayes (Fort Brady, Mich)
places, on the days and dates Blonde Mar g'a ret Stringfellow announcln the arrival of a daughter -
stated, herein for the purpose of chosen queen of the event and
J Jan. 23 i Announcementcard
receiving Tax Returns, also applications most popular dance band leader, was shaped like house
a
for Homestead Exemp- Sgt. Bill As worth, picked to and on the front hung a .sign
THE WONDER GIFT SHOP
; tion. lead the grand march with her "Under New Management" .
.
Mrs.an'
Glimpsed Jack Dew, the
DAEILC Lawtey, City Hall Tuesday, eomin'In "Chailotte Sue Hayes, weight 8
two luffly daughters
Feb. 9, from 9 to 11 A, M. pounds 12 1-2 ounces Black 114 Thompson Street
with one of "the boys" .
FL-: Hampton Saxon store, Wednesday beautifulIn hair, blue eyes Prettiest
Arline Dew startlngly:
STARKESlin. Feb. 10, from 9 to 10:30 A. Hayes yet Looks Just like
'lDI white Jersey, hair piled high
M.
her pa" Congratulations!
-I _ _ _ Theressa, Post' Office Wednes- Lia Joiner; sweet an' petiteIn Seems I erred last week in
flowered over white
day, Feb. 10, from 11 to 12 A. M. blouse' repoitin an' Item about Maxine
skirt ifewelf Presnell in .
New River, Post Office, Thursday NoegM .' .. Not a word of 'truth
brocade I- Sandwiches,
,
luxurious
Mon. Tues.-Feb. 7 8. 9 Feb. 11, from 2 to 3 P. M. cake en'" punch'"oodles an' oodlesof in It, Maxine says ". I humbly 110lU SL

Graham, Post Office, Friday, apologize, and it, Just goes to j. .
it, engineered by Lucile Mitchell -
Feb. 12, 9 to 10 A. M. show' that makes mis-
of food everyone
Plenty A Wonderful
Brooker, Post Office. Friday, takes and
now then-even the Infallible -
A STORY Pie' of girls Made plentyof
Feb. 12, 10:30: to 12 A. M. try
C. C. Hear Hugh
fun for plenty of boys .. Assortment
THAT STEALS Respectfully, Ingram reports to Blandlng Feb.

E. W. Hayes, Tax Assesor, 12 '. Grace Wainwright reports ofVALENTINES
John PAYNE Here's one for.Daddy Dlogenew.! : ,
INTO YOUR 1-29 2t 2-8 Bradford County. two new recruits at the
MarJ. (Stump) Thomson reports
Obsn. Post: H. N. Fairbanks an'
>
she $15 in Defense Priced From lOc
misplaced
HEART. GRABLEwceo Gene Matthews, but she still needs
Betty Stamps Just 'fore leavin' Arizona
OUR 14 men to serve three hours once to $1.00
and couldn't find 'em high or low
With music tj each, week, on a,sh.ft: from 12 to
MATUREI. Tother day came a note from
3 A. M. or 3 to 6 A. :M. -. A LIMITED AMOUNT
that will SIDESHOW- a woman who'd rented 1larj'sqUIlI'r.el'a Come on out, fellows, and
help
OF VALENTINE CANDYIn
and enclosed In the
Grace
set it.: \ envelope was the book of stamps! keep this necessary home ?

: Said she found, 'em up on a front election, going: 24 his a Heart-Shaped Boxes
day. ,

singing!i 0// f shelf. j Who says there aren't (Supply Will Not Last Long)

/ any honest people left? Little bird teUTme that WMS

S.nor Dip gulps minerals In Betty Jean Wade reports a won- members began to wondeV what

the form of sabers and daggers! derful time in Miami over the the hold-up was Monday after- Here Are A Few SpecialsFor
week-end ., Seems she took a noon when 3:45: ,
You can get vital minerals the rolled around and
I.toot I. till the meeting had not been The Month Of February

easy way. Just take on cakes, called to order Finally Lois

cookies, biscuits baked with YOU CAN GET Perryman took the floor and explained r

Is Rumford Baking Powdef. One REAL RELIEF that there would be a CHARMIS ''$2.00 JAR

level teaspoon, as contained in slight! delay while the leader Mrs. COLD & CLEANSING ELMO

baked foods, 'provides one-half fa: >K ACID\ J. W. White, finished llstenin'! to [ CREAM TISSUE CREAM j
the
INDIGESTIONiBISMAREX Ma Perkins program .. Half Ppund Jar For Only
minimum
your daily requirementof That's real radio devotion for '

phosphorus, one-third your yout",". If Betty Ann Flynn 39c $1

daily tnlnlmtiTTi of calcium: -both keeps buying all that 'Girl Scout i

.. 9 essential to good teeth and bones! -d 3r stc.'qulpment, her -uniform knives, first will aid soon kits be, LARGE BOTTLE JERGEN'S LOTION

rftCEi Us* ........'. Tim. :omple and there won't be room AND 50c, JAR ALL-PURPOSE CREAMA

JANE WYMAN IT ...!.. M.t.*UU Writ, I to :iltch anything else to herbelt .

Jam.* OKASOM fkllMtVf today: -Rumford Baking Powder, I A Girl Scout Is always : 1.50 'Value for 98c

5ov..%. o.t.-. 9' US,Cobina W RIOM.Jr. Boa: F;Rumford, Rhode blend. Carpenter's Drug Store : and Betty Anne Isn't prepared tak-- .

.'.._..4_ + BkMW 1,CflfCOIV tAIOflfntmt ng any chances 'Sa girlor V
kr WIIIMM MAON ... HINDS
'
.
$1.1 c IM' OV' I. I .. / Gladys an' 4
W. N. CAKES
p !- Hf,kr totort (Mi, IfalM TO J Van Cleave HONEY &
ALMOND
-liiiS
+ -.. KX V .!...Uw/MI,1.11.S.l..a .' Born Friday night ,.* Con- JVOODBURTTSFACIAL

,, iy-, M -_ a..a M Prompt Service Careful :Drivers grato .' CREAM 1 '
wr
-.. -- 2 50c Bottles SOAP
-... ........... '! Hera's I grnerou: portion of ,
For 49c For 29c
sympathy for Errol Alvarez, one

Starke Taxi ServicePhone of Ftarke's pioneer barbers, who's

unable to work because of an In-
infected 4 Cakes Jergens Face Soap 29c
1.. '. Also finger Incidentally,
ITf 150 when you see Errol! rummaging ..6
around in the postofflce waste
Latest "MARCH OF TIME"
baa'Mt.! : don't think
he's lost

And NEWS Day Night SUrke's thing-he most happens ardent to stamp be one any-col of Koch Drug StorennADoaD


lectors t Down to the train

SattMay to see ,Joe Andrew (jr.)



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rillDAY. FEBRUARY 5, IMS BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. ST.VRKK. FLORIDA PAGE FIVE

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Mrs. Charles Temple and babyLaU2hter Louis W. Koch has as his guest Mrs. Earl Owens recently spent Madeline's Tolssonnlll Club. Pvt. GSO Dance Monday Night I fet style from a long table In the Gen ve e' of Camp Blandlng were I S

and little Joan Smith his brother George H. Koch of three. or four weeks visiting her Tobenskin Is from California, and Honoring Blanding Hands I dining romm, which was artistically !-I"I luncheon guests of Mr. and Mm. t't'J. '

Lturned Friday I from a two Red Bud 111., who will spend two parents, Mr. and Mrs. Brazwell has played with the San Francisco centered by a silver bowl of I A. Bouvler Sunday. '

veeks visit with Mr. and Mrs. weeks vaulting her e. He is Brad.n at Newport, Tenn. Symphony and was Concert man Is Gala EventThe I yellow Jessamine and nasturtiums, Mr\ J. O, :Mott. of Bartow and! "

\rtford Brown In Tampa. I deputy sheriff of his county. Mri. C. B. Strohscheln who baa tor Sot the Sacramento SymphonyPvt. GSO at the and balanced by yellow candles. in Mrs. T.V.. Gaylord of Palatka ,

been staying in the home of her Powell is also from Call: : USO-YMCA party-dunce silver holders. Mrs. Bensley were guests of their parents, Mr.

fornta, and has sung In many Monday night wan poured Russian tea and the hostesses and Mrs. C. W. Walnwrlght Sun- I
parents Mr. and Mrs. F. O. Peterson I i
affair of the The
I CLASSIFIED ADS I IIz..GORE'S has gone to Valdosta Ga.. churches noted for their fine event truly an started at 8:30: o'clock seiiHon.with cerved( several kinds of day. !

for :i few days' visit with her music.; He was a student at tbs about 90 GSO girls present and I sandwiches, wafers toasted nuts S j

husband. Staff Sergeant Stroh University of Rpdltmds before gO- and white fruit cake. s'd 'IRr.r f'fn ttF n'f tiWOftSb ,
.
: new 1043 aunnal HELP WANTED-ticket agents, scheln who l 18 stationed at ing Into service. Pvt, Pore I ill ten band from Camp Blanding.It During the program Mrs.'' A. Z. (:<>! NTY, 1"1.0'tI"1 l\ < tlCKIIV. \*. S
Moody .
and Vegetable checkers the usual "five to
seed catalog : middle-a g e d garage Field. from Toledo Ohio and toured wit' men one I Ailklnrt.. accompanied by Mrs. Ethel "'annl.'I"'orl,,, Pitcher, Plulntlrf l ', S I IVO

Planting Guide for Florida now man, conductors. Orange Lines the Country for eight years with girl. but everyone was happy. M. Brlggn sung Lanler's noted John Prank IMtflirr Prfondiint.CH I
Send for your free Apply O. O. Williams Alan Roth. who recently spent The dance had been .. No. Zai>7. I S
Blanding
available. his own band. Pvt. Jim Buckley not going poem "Into (the Wood my Master I O'U'1':1t' (iii' l'III1LIt"ATH>M: 55,"
copy-.Kilgore Seed Company, Center. lip three weeks in a Tallahassee hospital Irish from New York City. was a long when the most talented jansession Went" ANt' > N 1.U.&JI.(1': A IT K AH I"
1-29 returned home last Friday KTATK >A to: John "
Plant City,. ,Fla. 2tp protege of Lawrence Tibbett. antwen of all time started on the< Frnnk I 1
LOSr-Elgln. oblong white HttrhiT llrnrral l)viiv ry. ( j
gold conalclerably Improved. He was \
Musicians from bon Mlllorton. N. Y. .
to Julllan stag every -
a scholarship
: S. APPROVED baby ,chicks, wrist watch. Lost somewhere riding; in a bus 34 miles west of FLA. STATE FARM Toil urn required to appear on '?I
attending the took
Hampshire Reds, day old., or on Call Street last Friday Tallahassee when it collided with I Musio! Conservatory.Pvt. party part Ill K.: K. Bouvler March. 1**, 1949, in the above fleaseti \ :'r. ,
Boumstia Is from Mas achu Miss Piennell finally got the I Court and cause. wherein plaintiff '
started pullets., English',strain morning. Reward If returned toMr. an Army truck. Several of his ..>pk i divorce. ilra,lf.>ril C'ni.nty "
: elts, and has played with spotlight and the Jam session' LECTURE ENJOYED: Tulvirraph, TT.. ,
Leghorn from R. 0.. P, .. Ann Poyner, Southern Bell teeth "hull pul> h thin OrdrIn 1'1
White were knocked out and his ,',
quitted down. She introduced the next four weekly Issue.. ,
noted philharmonic, symphonic TIle Adult and Young People's! >
From hens 200 eggs Telephone Co. Witness :,
face hanil mid offlolule
cockrels. ltp waa badly gashed. my:
Place orders now. I for the past ten years. Pvt. Bill GSO officers and had each one classes\ of the Community Sunday &l nt Stark, Klurldn thl Jan- ,, '

and up. .6weeksold FEMALE HELP W.tNTKD: Pvt..)len Bliss. 30th Division. George received his training at coma to the stage for a hearty School enjoyed very! much the I .. .I t1 t1Ol.CIAt'I.4JaAI.
,
.
Reasonable prices on ( ) A. J. Thoinuv \
E. Wasdln. 8ml. OPENING FOR WOMAN 3 to is recuperating from a recent operation the Westminister Choir College at applause.: The following were Introduced teaching of Or. 1L.. Bristol of As Clerk of MAM Court. ', '.,

pulletE. 5 1.2 days per week on Rawlelgn at the Station Hospital Princeton. and sang with the : Miss Faye Peterson. Gainesville. last Sunday morning. T. Frank tjindrum, Stark,, Klorlilm. : '
Road 13.
north of Waldo on Ally: for rif.' 1-2\1\ 41 1->. .
Route. No experience to start. Camp landing. He and Mrs. famous Westminister choir for President; Miss Virginia Sewell Dr. Bristol was a week-end guestof "

IXJrl SALE-Guernsey heifer with Good appearance and knowledgeof ; Bliss who is employed at Barksdale'i three sessions prior to joining the Secretary; Miss Jean Davis Of !his son. L. R. Bristol. Sunday I IM <'IIK-I"IT -(0'-1'. nit'IiVItII 5 I

fir"t calf milking 3 gallons a houHewives' needs helpful. "expeclng a visit from service. He was with the choir, fleer Service Unit 1; Miss Fran- afternoon he gave a lecture at i's>. MTl, Kl.Otllllt l\' n"..._
I.It. I-
day..-E. E. Waadln. 3 miles Products well known. Write to the. latter's parents Mr. and Mrs. under the direction of Toacanlnl, cee! Opperman. Officer Service the prison auditorium. "..(1011,.- .%.Wn..mt. *-<1 liege, I'lalntlfr. S 5 5vs.

iwth of Waldo on State Road day. RawlelghX Dept. PA 11-223- ... Cliernoff of Brooklyn N. Y.CRYSTAL Barbaroli and Rachmaninoff Unit 2; Miss Patricia Keen. Ser _'rn. Uoltlleb liege, Oefaudanl. ,
vice Unit 3 Miss Irene Mathews INFANTILE r.XHALYSIS! FUND rnHo NO. 2281. ;,' !
13.' 2tp 139, Memphis, Tenn. CLEAR:: droning Immediately following the con ; flllORU OP ''pnm.MMTlOVANt : : ; ,
tried and true tailoring at tile cert refreshments were nerved 4; Ms!. Margaret Strlngfellow 5; Mrs. J. R. Kite "reports that he ) NOTICH TO AlTKAItHTATK

pEANUT; SEED Fla. runners WANTEDLadies to act as Starke-IUumltng, Tailors opposite In the social lounge. The tea! Miss Nettle Mae Fowler 6; Miss obtained .40 members at the State 01" FMmlOA..: Afn .
Unit IIob huMS. whose reHldtfiirft AMIU8
$2. ,O bu. North Carolina seed waitresses clerks and cashier. Park Theatre.Mi'J. !. table was beautifully' decorated I June Blostt 7. Fam for the Union County Chapter t'ltrrnll Street, Brooklyn Klu*.

$3.2-C. H. Drlggers Co., Lake, Easy: work from 7 P. M. till 11 J. W. Brownlee was the and the sandwiches,, ,home-made I Than Miss Premell Introduce of the National Foundationfor County You. am Now rp'lulr.d York. to nitpeKr, on Il'j

Bu'ler. Fla. 1-22-6t P. M. or Saturday and SundayIn guest of Mrs. Milton Brownlee in cookies, Russian tea and coffee, the candidates for the title "Miss Infantile Paralysis, collectingthe !March I lot. J II 141. <|In th* Mbciv ,
Ht'm of $12.50. .,,' Court and veils whvrvln .
high class rs' lIan. r,
private 9OIdl "
; : Gainesville last ,week-end. were graciously! and generously USO Queen of the Dance. Five plaintiff ...>..k. divor"". Tlradfonl "
IP YOU WOULD BUY OR SELL, club serving sandwiches beer Mrs.. A. Turner underwenta T..I".ph l shall pnbtlirh this ,' S I.
Roy served by the Woman's Service girls had been selected from the KKCI01VKS: : PROMOTION! County

milk cows, stock cows beef and aoft drinks only. Must be major operation In the Alachuu Organization of the, USO. GSO units on the basis of merit. Friends of Martin Grlner, will Onlxr. In .next. my four,Itnml wpvkly and IKHIIM.Wlnfi official. "'' ,i'

cattle, stock bulls or hog! getIn 21 years of age or over. Ask County hospital Wednesday. Jan. Mr"'. Leslie Shepherd and Mrs. Them were: Mitts Jimmie Davis, be pleased to hear that he In now xi.nl nt Htarkf. Florida, thin Feoruary "' S f

touch with J. D. Odom. Jr., for Mr. Phil, care Postal Telegraph 27. and is improving rapidly. C. H.. Nasworthy were hostessesfor Miss Evelyn Stump MisH Margaret ; It'I 194k. 5
Starke Box 204 Lake Captain Gitner, stationed at Scho- (OKKKMAN HMA1.V] A, J. Thoiim.
Box 247 ; Co., Walnut Street from Mrs. Randolph Hardee 'and the afternoon, and much credit Strlngfellow Miss Nettle field narracks In Hawaii. AH Clerk of Kadi. (,'"url. ', ,:

City; Telephone market 481 Lake Thurs City, 12 lo 1 P. M. or write Box 486, children o f Jacksonville spent : In duo< these two. Also to the Mae Fowler, and Miss. June BIos Fla.W. I'Ally.. Hiu-nnKlvi. for I'lf., liaytonn:.11 Hpurh.41Kit '"\i 11j':j'

Auction all classes every of JIve stockat Starke. Itp Tuesday afternoon here visitingMrs. ladles trom the State Prison Farm The candidates were seated on NKW: .\IUtl"Mr. '.\!.. ____ f,"t.S'li

day Lake on City at 2:30 P. M. S. D. Phillips and children. for their assistance and contri- the stage while the audience vot- and Mrs. L. E. Duggar are IIICIIT CO II'I', OIl.'U..OI..I. '

HELP WANTED Someone to Mr.. .... H. Hine and :Mrs. R. butions.! : Mien Irene Mathews and ed to determine who should be the proud parents of a fine eon, 'C"U'1'I"O.IIU'''JtC'', IV' < MA ..- 1'' .,

FOR SALE-6-room house with wnk In office. Must be able' 1 1. Matthews of Lawtey were Marguerite Deyorio acted as Que '\ of the Dunce Next young born Monday, Jan. 23. a t St. I'Inas. ItnltluKitr- I'lulntlff, .., s LZi'!

2 porches. Lawtey Fla. Mrs. to type and post book?.-J. M. guests Tuesday of Mrs. R. A. uahcrettes. S Mrs. Clovln. was presented on the I Luke'u Hospital In Jacksonville.Mr. 1I..I..n., NO Mu iiaiti.OH ''h... ilHldaHiir. llvfvndanl.cu '.1( S I :

Elwa'ds, Bradford EngineeringCo. New"ome. aUdi- Duggar was In Jacksonville i>ic it op J'I'I1LU'ATtO-l": t I'
W., F. Godwin Box: S3, Starke __ .. stage. and delighted the ,
Fla. 1-29.4tp 2-19 it M.'. Cecil Amaker will spend Rajtist Circles Enjoy ence with a tap dance. She wore Tuesday, to bring Mrs. Duggnr HTATH AND NO"J OK KIAHttHA('!: ,1''n AI'PtMIl to: llrlrnmMllim '

this week-end In Savannah, Ga.. Royal Service ProgramThe satin shorts with a bouffant skirt and "Richard Lnwrunce" home. HaliliiKiir whom. rrHUIvncK. t"Ihiknown. S

FOR SALKNlce'y FOR SALE-4-room modern new with relatives. of net. and with the footlightsof M>'s. C. H. Cope has returned Y..u are. r" appear tu S
house lot 60xlOO. You will Mi-i. Bernice Opperman Is at- regular monthly Royal red and white she made aplc- March ,Int. 1U4.1: III. 'lh. itboTr
furnished, nearly new ,two from a visit with her mother Mrs. naniMil. Court and' 'ruuxi wb..r.ln1.1..1..lItt -'
bed-room and'a t b masonry hnv<: to see property to appreciate tending night school In Jacksonville Service program of the Daptist ture the audience will not soon A. Hubert In Jacksonville.H. | nvk. .dlvorc. llradfordCounty

Its value. Make me each Monday Wednesdayand W, M. S. was held ,Monday after- forget. TvlPKrnph shall putillvh thl"tlnlir
bun "-Jlow. Good location paved offer. Also 7-room Friday evening. B. Grainger of Hello Glade In *"".t four wookly Issues. .
an one noon in the church ,with 23 members -
,
In I and tidalY.'I"r.'a
Miss Virginia Sewell, a WltnitMM my hand of
Bargain for cash.EIevn the of Mr. and MI' .
tre'J house on lot looxlOO which now Mrj. George Goodall arrived present. Circle three had was guest '' Ural Kloildu' thin Io'rl>-
lowly red taffeta evening dress .3.
: acres of pecans, with at- rent for $75 per month pricedat Wednesday from Brownwood, char q of the following program sang popular songe.Intel'mlsltlon J. G. Godwin last Friday und OKKICIAh t! ;"I.) A. J. Tnomlul.An S S '

trnc'lve little house somewhatrun $3,200. See If. C. Holllngs- Texas to join Lt. Goodall. who is which was directed by Mrs. H. A. held a big surprise Saturday I Clerk of Meld. Court 1t'1t'I I
stationed at havean R. H. Cox returned Saturday Vf. t!. llurdimty, uytoni rtvurh.
worth. Blanding. They
to Itp Lawson, Program Chairman: I. ( '
down, close town. three for all. Miss Lucille Mitchell and Kin. Ally for I'lf 2-t 4tIi (
apartment at the Brinson cot- Hymn-"Faith of Our Fathers' night from a business t trip to I .
quarters fenced. Price 1200. her committee of helpers and -- f
FOR SALE-elecU'lc Crane
Terms. pump. tage on KIngsley Lake. Bible study"Friends of God" hostesses! served from a beautifultea Richmond Va.J. IS'% '1'''" -OI'TV'' Jl IM4K'M. f'o.'nT.
S-25 In good condition. Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. L. Q. Powell Miss -MM. W. J. Epperson. L. Williams. Mrs. J. E. WIN I'* AMI' fftll H It A II K O M ltOIIST .
W. H. Struth. ltp table. delightful refreshmentsto '' % ""i.OiI I II'. SIN I'
W. T. CLUTR, REALTOR Etta Tison and Mrs. Geo. B. Prayer. .ill. After Intermission the Hams and Mr. and Mrs. John L HRj "JfATtoJ OK IIKNIIY JOI1MKOI. :

119 Kant: Call Street HELI- WANTED femaleMaidto Flynn were in Jacksonville Tues- Solo-"Masaa Dear"S Mrs.Ueon.x judge
do house work and take day. Aigust accompanied by kilos Margaret Stringfellow was B. Segree In Palalka Saturday ,,,'rlC''': Tit <.Ii F:1)11011 e .' 2,
I WANT TO RENT a house In Mt. p. M. Barefoot and Miss You *,il each of you are herehrnot ,'!Ii
Mrs. L. A. Canova at the
Starke. What can you offer? care of child. See R. K. Tuckerat organ. crowned Miss USO Queen of the Mia Winnie Warren of Wau. If I'd and rnqnlrvd to present any 1 IJ1,

Permanent resident to ISdenfleld! Jewelry. Itp Sara Barefoot will spend Satur- "Question of Race" and "Ques- Dan; ?l!. Miss Presnell then presented -, chula Is the guest of Mrs. Marion claims: and demands which you Inr h: !j ,
easy day chopping in Jacksonville. either of muy hMV unit I
phiUle; will take It ,furnishedor ; tlon'of: Racial Superiority"Mrs.H. the Queen, and introduced L. Crews for an Indefinite stay. th* CHtata you of )llrnry. John KoUI..... '. I if
unfurnished. Write Box HELP W ANTED<-female. Salesgirls Miss! Gayle Sewell and MissMartna A. La"'son. to the audience the dance bandleaders Mia, Mary E11! I 1 a Waxdln of d."eaMedl. lain of said &..unl)'. to th. i' ', ;1'' i
work Long, students at theWonan's county juct r.. of llraUforrt t'nunty.1"Iori.Ia .
wanted; steady ; good "Question of White and Colored .
48.), Starke. 1-29 2tp Sgt. Campbell of the 120th Hampton Is visiting Miss Mary at his ..f/l". In the nonrt- '. ,
pay. Also high school girls for College In Tallahassee, Races"-Mrs. Jesse Newxome. Inf. USO Band; Sgt. Ashworth of Ellen Davis.Chaplain lioiin .at "Htarkt, Klorldu, with!" ,,' '
week-end of Miss" ..I..Itt ctendar.snentbN S from the o( I;
part-time work. Victory military were guets Solo-"Where Crows the Crowded | .
-
DRIVING THROUGH to Dallas. the 120th Infantry Band; Sgt. L. A. Shepherd has ,h.l. of thn fIrst pUhllrntiun of thlnollco. ." S .1 i'\ {
:Texas. Leaving Monday. .Will, Supp-lies 129 W. Call Sewcll's' parents, Mr. .and Mr Ways of Life"-Mrs. Argust. Julian 315th Inf. Band; 8tU. been the guest of his sisters in I's'h ..thud or d..ma..d' Ij' 'J
W. B. Sewell.Mrs. tenet l I..' In wrltlnif and moist. atat .
'take someone who tMlt (Rare )V1 Street. It "ChrlBtlanlty! and the Questionof Bearley 166th F. A. Band; Sgt. I' Miami for the past ten days. Iho plnr* of rraldtmrv. and _t (

expenses. References exchanged. J. M. Mitchell i is having Race"-Mrs. C. W. Alderman. i. Chatterton 30th Division Art. Dr. and Mi's.W.. I... Murphreeof uffI.'.. uddrrNif 6f th.."OlAlrnnnt a>n<1 ,.
FOR SALE-Little Simpson seed her home on West Madison paint I Joust b" sworn to by th. rlulmunt.hla I r.
Fern Halamlk, 318,N. ChurchSt. cane,'.,2-f. average,-.Ic per stalk.F. S "Tbe Race1 Question in My Own Band; Sgt. of the 141st F. A. Gainesville! were guests of Mr. agent or hla aftornvy; or lb.sains "
., Starke. Itp ed.Mr.1): "'eart." a meditation;:Mrs. Anne Band; Sgt. Kluga of the 808th 'and Mrs. J. R. Kite and Mr., andMrs. will beeonm, void according .1
C., Hodges, Rt. 2, Box 63. I' W. S. Koch daughter-ln- tu law.
Poyaw. 'aratroop Band; Sgt. Cornlla of J. O. Godwin Saturday. Dr. This 29th day nf January, t4S.UUTM :1
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FOR SALE-1940 Chevrolet truck Starke. | -2tp 'law of Mr. and Mrs. Louis W. Mrs. A. E. 1 .
Closing Prayer the 79th Division Art. Band; Sgt., Murphree who had attained the I) KOM.INH. Iff' ,::1
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Koch Starke Wednesday A0mlnl' tratrlx ;of the i'siI. f
by
with dual wheels. Cash. or farm with came Lightfoot. 104th In!. Band rank of honorably I Ia
FOR RENT-Small Murrny of the ; Major, was recently Henry John K.II"II'. deceased. il' ;d s,
will take part in trade. Route good 5-room house. Three mi. evening on her way to Boise. Mrs. Canova rendered effective and Sgt. Risen of the 15th SpecIal discharged from the Army -. 41 : -2 II V. ; d''
1, Box: 40 Lawtey, Fla. ltp Idaho where she will Join her husband musical accompaniments throughout / n'
wont of Lawtey. Rent reasonable Service Unit. beransw of Illnemi. CtYOUD I-t. J
401141' HR
i.e 1'lnri IT
who has been transferred to
with or without land. ; the program.. The judges declared a tie between J. U. Godwin returned Wednesday r 01 .!.\'. KI.OHIM ltllA'-4lly it'C3ISV. 5 'l
LOST-Antique gold locket, pearl '
Field.
Gowru .
Mrs. H. C. Wainwright. Lawtey The program was folowed by Sgt. Campbell and Sgt./ Ash- from St. Vincent's Hospital I II
setting containing pictures. Valuable !- George Flynn Jr., and Joe Andrews inn n C. Itohlnaon. Plaintiff/ vwKlorenca i
1-2tp the regular monthly business wort.i. and since! Sgt. Campbellwas in Jacksonville vlu ambulance. A. Hoblnmon, l>.frndant.CHH .I S ,
keepsake. Liberal reward. Jr., left Saturday night meeting Mrs. A. B. Lightfoot the dance Sgt. Ash- He In gaining strength dally ands Nn 23 It. ''S "
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playing
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Return to Mrs. Jerry Carter, Ga. where entered OIIMBH OP t>Unl.I"ATlnN'
for Oxford they
In ton ,
COAL FOR SALE-$10 president presiding.The worth was crowned King of Dance receiving calls from his neIgh- ANI NOTK-R Tf AHHEArtHTATB ., 'I

Secretary USO Club' operatedby lots if you come for It.-E. C. Emory College.' These minutes of the last meetingwere Ban .. >
YMCA. Itfihlnafin, who rtnlo'iic4i'In '
It A. *
their
have made
Perry, corner Church and young men up read by the Secretary and led the grand march with Queen recovery from a serious illness 1.11 Ulnvoln Uoa". Brooklyn N.w' .
Washington Sts., Starke. Itp credits in the Bradford County approved. Mrs. O. W. Alderman, had York. -S '
FOR RENT 7-room house at Margaret. Miss Faye Peterson For the past week we have 'j'J"Alar'h
Kwstone" Heights, 4 bedrooms. 50c High School and in May they will treasurer, read her report for Miss Della Rosenberg and Miss. MOnt very ill members. of our You sre|1st.',required 1941 In!> the appear ahol'am.> "
FERTILIZER FOR SALE be allowed to come home and receive January which was accepted. MiniHil. Court and cause, wherein l
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inner-spring, mattresses. New large sack. Drop a card to their with the Pearl Lewis received many compliments community. Including: Mrs. L. A. plaintiff aiteka. divorce. Hr lfortiCounty "5 ),
!Hvl.ig room furniture electric In of diplomas The Circle Leaders and Auxiliary for their artistic effortIn Wiggins, Kay Puitney: Jimmie T..r..l.h. shall publish. tbUUriler > .1
Mathews care '
stove and automatic water- Mathews Roger Dairy ,Starke. ltp other graduates of B. H.R.S.SmythIs Leaders gave reports which : making the crown and Mh.sFra"ces Moncrlef Harold Godwin Jlm f Witness In next my four hand" wnkly and: laaue official; : i ;'t h
While Eugene
heater.. $123 per month includ- Major showed much Interest in the Opperman was complimented tale Warren and Kenneth Tytis ......110' Htarke "Florida. this Fi- "

ing lights and water. Mrs. P. FOR SALE-Seed potatoes; also wife on U maneuvers, here visiting in Louisiana her mother hIs work. ,j?Missions- as chairman of the pro- Capt. Ralph Cox, who hits been mary("......((.I'at." isk.HKAI.) A. J. Thomas, 1(.,' .,t,I,!,
H. Hasklnet Phone 2442. Bald banana yams. $1 per bushel. The Community proJect gram.Distinguished. stationed for some time at Camp AN Clerk of auld Court.; 5 {>, I
Mrs. Bertha Pearce. for this month will be W. "I'. lUnUnly, aytona IteairN, 'I.
a the La. has been trans- .
Fla. visitors at Livingston, ,
win, or Box 8 Starke Fla.ltp Alfred Varnes, Graham. .
Lane and little 10'1.| Atty. for Plf. :241 -J ;"I ',
Mt:! Tommy ;
party for the Y. w; .A. girl and "
; party included Joe Rannazzlsl, ferred to Lawton, Okla. Mrs. Cox -- "
daughter arrived here Tuesday donations of coupons o for the former pianist with Ben Bernie land two little daughters Cynthiannd l\ TUB Cot'' TV JiGe'e ('01 M" Ji" ,)
from Tuscaloosa Ala., to be with lAMI Volt UI ,t"\"I"OI.D '
SEZ Orphanage. and the Major of Jacksonville Prlxcllla accompanied him to COI'NTV. Kl.Olllllt ",mI ,!
NAT : Mrs. Lane's mother Mrs. Bertha The Training School at Louisville and wife and two daughters. The his new station. IMKMIATM' SIn ,,111-('

Pearc3, while Mrs. Lane's husbandis in asking for donations of closed with another jam MI'''. I. L. Paschal of Lake City I thn Matter of ('
One of the beet ail that I have party Tin KWTATK: OK nnriNAHFJ' 5
In ,the U. S. Navy. linens and it was voted to send "
esnlon. visited'! her other, and sUter-ln- JAt'UHM.ilucvnaetl. p
Mien lately show a picture of a Mih.Vill Blair has returned ,'!Ii
$5 to this cause
Malone
law Mr. and Mrs. W. E. FINAL NOTICB '
dead AnworlC'an'dlpr' and IM home after spending a e v eral Tuesday Feb. 23:'was named as Mrs. Davis HostessTo during the week-end. Noti,'" la horebv nlven' thai the 1 '

S S "What Have weeks with relatives in Kaneas.Out.tanding' the Ilay to study the book "They iin S ,9 under the heading Ralph: Dudley, who entered. the u" executrix under the Ia'"twill ,
Need not Go Away" in prepara- U. D. C. MembersAt f HernitrdJitcoho :. '
.. You Done Today"flie Navy> two weeks ago Is now sta- und teatamvnt n J
deceaaed. und has appne<1 y.
Program tion for the March Week of Sidney Lanler Tea tlon',1'! at the Bainbridge, Md., fur final dtacharira nit nuoh .*era- ,. l

gave his life. What arw you Featuring Blanding Artists Prayer for Home Missions. ,Thin Naval Station for three month's trig, and that sell' final' report i
study will be held in the Annex As February third is the birth will he rnilRht nil hefor" the limn.nralil ,, -;
giving to help preserve our wayo Heard At USO-YMCA SundayAn raining/ K. K. KKIIHYMA.V CountyfiiilKn r I
do and a covered-dish luncheon will day iJinlversary of Sidney Lanier Mr. J. P. Warren has accepteda In and for Bradford{ County "5 11
The leant can
( living. you soldier and Kltfrlila, for approval and for the
Southern
be served.It noted poet
musical programwas position at the parole"office.M" order of final. d4a s (
outstanding of an T
&IK Buy Bonds. I hope) you are at the USO-YMCA was discussed moved and musician the W. T. Weeks Chapter and Mrs. Vance Geiger and charge entry f'the und..r"ln.,1 an .sere. '

doing that. If you haven't started Club prevented Sunday! afternoon Jan. 31 carried that the Intermediate G. U. D. C., held a Sidney Laner son, Bradley, were week-end 01 trlx March.a. aforcoald., A. I>. 1941.on the Rlh day 'I!

yet DO IT NOW! at 4 P. M. Much credit la due 1 A. girls be united with the Y. W. lea at the home of Mr.. and guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. M. ATKI) this Sib day of .'February

S Miss Jewell Presnell In securing A. ?lrls under the name of Ida Mrt L. A. Davis on Wednesday.This Bradley.Dr. A. -D. 1.43. 8AUAII JACOBS: "55,I I

Lee Darby, Junior-Senior Y. W. : Interesting program was the last wilt ri') I
artists for one program.The L. M. Bristol of Gainesville Aa executrix under .

rsrrr--s-fla-s so many large audience was' most appreciative A's. 'S planned byiMrs. Davis, who is L. R. Bristol! and Cpl. Ch... deceased and testament of Bernard' 2-S: Jaol.4tt* : S

Try One Pair and the The following bills were paid chapter historian. Acting as co- 5 \
and responsive 5- ;
t
QUICK' Literature for W. M. S. and host4is, with Mrs. Davis was Mrs. 4 !
following program was presented: :
I No. 2 in G. Minor Auxiliaries 1480.. W. O. Halle. :

NEW! RELIEF of I (Brahms Rhapsody! ); Rhapsody in Blue (Geo. 83c.Cleaning materials V for Church conducted S Mrt'. O. L.the Beasley business president session,, INCOME TAX ASSISTANCE :, :,' 'f

FOR PETER'SVelvet G e s h win )-Pvt.. Fred Marx, .
after which Mrs. E. K. Perryman '
Flowers $5.09.
CORNS CALLOUSES BUNIONS pianist: ; Conxenetta (Tschalkow- sketch See
and a S !
Offering. $5.29. was presented gave
sky) ; Air on O. String (Ba.ch-: .
,Benediction-Mm. H. L. Brown- of the life of Gen. J. E. B. Stewart ,
Step Pvt. Phillip H. Tobenskin, violin lee. i whose! birthday anniversary W. A. Gay or J. R. Kelly
Hearted Men (Rom-
ist Stout .
;
.4Woman's '
: berg; The Lord's ,Prayer (Mal- II Fab.! 17, AT CLERK'S OFFICE, COURTHOUSE S S :
Mri. Davis read a fine paper
Club To Meet
Shoes latte); ShortnUV Bread (Wolf)- giving: the highlights of the life of IF" YOU NEED HELP :" < ,II r'
Pvt. John G. Powell baritone accompanied '
Pvt. Ceo. ROM; The Woman's r< Iub will meet Sidney Lanier who was born AFTER 6 P. M. :

'With The Three by Wednesday aftervoon at four o'. Feb. 17, 1842. His statue for the .
Dark .
Malaguanla (Lucana) ;. Eyes.own
Russian Folk: clock. and will'Us-presided over Hall of Fame In Washington la No Appointments Earlier I

-T Way Arch Eon arrangement Theme from Grieg 'ConCertO by Him Evelyn Stump president. being ,made. and. will be unveiled C, 5, ",
,?;
will be heard and 1945.
SupportFeature Annual reports Feb. 3. t\
5 as encore
No.: : improvised }
will told of another :
OW officers for the coming year' Miss Olive Ray
NEW Supw.Soft -Pvt. William Pore, piamst; '
from Show Boat); be acted.,. __.,. February birthday that of the >I'\f
DR.SCHOLL'SZINOPADS And Be Convinced Man River Teschemacher( )' Pvt. Hostesses: Mrs. James Lewis, late Col. W. T. Weeks for whom FOR SAFETY, COMFORT AND ECONOMY RIDE \ .
Because (
M.... Ralph Alvares. Mrs. W. B. the chapter Is named. She spoke '

Of Their! Good Jim Dance Buckley.No. a baritone(Brahms; Hungarian): Liebes-Muiuiy. 'Mr.-H.,O. RItch.-'Mrs. D. of bis patriotism and that of six FLORIDA MOTOR LINE BUSSES :1: ,. .t

I E. Knight and Mrs. L. H. Jen- of his grandsons! who are In the '
Points Pvt J. E. I :
,
lied In the CORRECT INFORMATION
The Hillsof nings. 1 service of their country FOR COURTEOUS
.violinist: '
H. Bouraisa, .
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Box of IS Cora Pads, I present war. As a fitting memorial PLEASE PHONE U7' I'
Comu. )-tPvt. .
Air from
( .
Home
12 3.p.nM MxUculoa 35c I to Col. Weeks the Chapter
lot $7.95Sternberg's William George, baritone.Pvt. AT ,
removing conu. S21 toward furnishing a day. 11
gave
Fred Marx from New York SIGN

-... -__ ,._ City IH. one of the Country's leading FIRSTo.D : local room hospital at Camp committee Blanding.are The In UNION BUS STATION l 'J I

artists. He was with the Victor S
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into barge of this work and other LACY CONWAY, AgenVTemple I
before
going .
Recording .
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the rervlce. and has, played uch usE666 donations being made.Refreshmenta of furniture. or moneyIre Ave. S Starke, Florida j.

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the
famous place as
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NOSE DROPS were served buf
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guns masks and jeeps and
gas other
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a a Naturally, taxes have increased
defend the land we love and paying taxes on the had tremendouslytheyto
to, to finish the job ahead. If
have already "
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t, home front willingly and gladly is one way of making ..
sure "that government by the people shall not perish 1 your taxes yon may be proud of the fact that your tax
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This is everybody's war. Tax dollars .' yours and ,,: not as yet paid your taxes, a glad experience of doing

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Marriage Without Tears L PARENTHOOD \ 'TOMORROWSUBMARINES

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1 >ar MIS. CATHOUNK COITOAD' EDWAKOtJUsotlate & iff & $ .' Iy iiC sitesjvw0 I

Uttoc. |s la' MiiBuslas
dangerA

German officer, captured by
GIVE
JUST PUNISHMENT
the Russians,
K' was recently questioned -
by American newspapermen.
We frequently; have letters ask- club paper this evening so I think When he was asked if he
ing us to recommend a specific you had better wash the dishes.' didn't think the United States figures .
punishment for a child's misdeed. (Usually; they are excused from dishwashing on production of war supplies

I These letters really worry us, for during the school week.) indicated the Germans were certain i ,
we know the parents are trying to Children really feel better for an to lose the war. he replied. 1 a p
j .prI be fair to their child-but how can honest Ut-for-tat reprisal. Their "You'll never get that stuff' across
someone who knows very little of nerves are smoothed out. they have the ocean" ,

the circumstances: lay down the more respect for the parent or There Is little doubt that those of r
:\\I k law? A judge hears all the witnesses teacher good will is re-established. our enemies who still think they
: and then often calls on the Try IU"But are going to win the war base their '
0 jury to help him decide on a penalty here's an Incident which Il. hopes on the battle of the Atlantic. ;'Iiit't'
i So we were delighted to receive lustrates just the opposite of this The Germans think they can stopus '
I the following letter telling mother's sense of fair punishment. with submarines and so far they
I how one mother has worked out a The other night coming home late have plenty of reason to be optimistic t'f
'nicely balanced cause el'fect' from the office 1 saw a mother and over their efforts. They have f

J-I1-x/\\'I I method of discipline.She father with a threeorfouryearoldchild I managed to prevent millions of tons '
writes: "For some time I who should have been In bed of invaluable supplies from reaching t'j
I had been struggling with the age- hours before. They had evidently j their destination and they areI
old problem of discipline. Children been Christmas shopping and quite I now turning out additional submuI -
must have it, or their adult life possibly there was no one with I I rmes at such a pace that our government
I will be too full of It. But how pun whom to leave the boy. I didn't estimates they Die niak- j
ish the youngsters for infractions of censor them for keeping the child I Ilnll at least two submarines for ev I

necessary rules without making up under these circumstancesbutwhen ery one; we sink. I
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them resentful and rebellious? Why, the sleepy youngster whim They are planning for a spring In- '
by following literally whenever possible pered the father shook him and' | vas Ion of the Atlantic of blitzkrieg I k- I
the advice given by the admirable -;' slapped his hands. He was takingout I I proportions and there Is no sense .
Koko. the Lord High Executioner on the child his own wearinessand in our sitting back and predicting ,
of the Mikado. 'Make the bad temper and it was plain the war will end in 1043 or 1944 until j Wake Up and Shine .- for a Hearty Breakfast! ,,

cc punishment At the crime.' A child's that the little boy was often subjected we figure out how the growing (See Recipes Below) S,.
sense of justice accepts, this verdict to just such childish out packs of German submarines are I i

as final-there Is no loopholeby bursts on his father's part. Now if going to be driven out of the seas Winter Breakfasts
which to escape. For example, anyone had asked this father the This Week's Breakfast ,
I had been having great difficulty kind of man he would like this son NEWS cheeringThose j ----- :'
in getting my five bouncers to come to be he would no doubt have described cheering headlines from Though the wind may howl moon- Sliced Oranges
to meals promptly and once arrived amiable fully and the icicles crackle coldly
an thoughtful, generous Russia Africa and the Pacific are Hot Oatmeal Honey Top Milk
at the table, to finish in a self-reliant person. Yet the getting all of us into a much too at your window
businesslike way without squabbles father in his unreasoning petty retaliations optimistic frame of mind. these mornings Coddled Eggs
What ft important it that when the homo qiiirti daun and the children art complaints about the food or on the child was layingthe when you arise Butterscotch Pecan Rolls
mlrep lark shall come into th" kiirhun and I don't know why It is that our Beverage
pick up a dishtowel and begin ta unnecessary delay. So now 1 ring groundwork for resentments "
meet the
to day
ripe cfwAe. while he nyri, "/ didn't mean to get Hurled that tony tonight "; an. the bell five minutes before meals against authority possibly for takingout government has chosen to give us. Recipe Given
daily doses of good news and withhold and all Its tasks
I guess I was ju'.t tired. ,
for the preliminary wash-up. Then on still another generation a
bad but there is doubt well-bal
news no
when' the meal Is on the table if deeply burled sense of Injustice. B hot
that the hardest battle we are fighting then fold In beaten whites.
KATHLEEN NORRIS I minced breakfast stiffly
By
each child is not In his place ready Yes as the mother wrote, children
MOTHERLESS gi& of EVER AFTER for grace or If he dawdles over his respect parents for seeing that they -the battle of the Atlantic-Is W/ Is bound to bring Heat butter in skillet, pour In eggs

"And they lived food I say to the offenders. 'You receive just punishment for misbe being almost completely hushed up. you to the alert cover and cook over low heat until
A 19 writes me that she is happilyever have wasted exactly 19! minutes of having. But even a very; little child Our merchant marine our navy In double quick mixture puffs, about 8 minutes Uncover

going to wed her soldierin after" The fairy tales mv time I wanted! to work on my; knows when he is being,bullied. and our air corps are carrying on. time. Fruit or fruit juice will wake and finish cooking In slow
ue read ai children an heroic battle against the submarine t\
early March, and wants to always you first, then eggs, hot cereal, oven (331 decrees) about 20 min
ended that nay. But the divorce menace but there Is no reason rolls or flapjacks will do the rest utes. Fold over and serve on warm
know what "all the pitfalls of to believe that .
rerordi don't. From an we are yet approaching toward getting you on your way. platter
marriage are, and how to unhappy marriage to victory in that battle.It Omelet Variations.It .
an
"even I
be that of Citrus fruit crops are especially
may news sinkingsof
avoid them and how to get unhappier, lonely post-Reno HOMSEHOME our merchant ships is kept a good this winter and will be at your you have leftover ham, sprinklea

along without the coldness, existence go hundreds of women secret from us because it would be breakfast service with all their rich few tablespoons of minced ham
each "of aid and comfort to the enemy." minerals and health over omelet whileit
criticism, nagging, borednessthat year women who vitamins, -giv.
but it seems to me we are getting Their and Is cooking. For
qualities. sparkle
thought that wedded bliss ing
often out- ,
so impresses entirely too much "comfort" ourselves a jelly omelet,
freshness will give a new start
could you
siders as being characteristic be bought for the price from having a smoke screen ', spread a tablespoon

'of married life., of a wedding ring. ,It can't of thrown over the darkest news of the these busy mornings.Vitamin,; of jelly over

course and neither can a happier whole war.TEST Cereals \ ; .' surface of omelet

"It scares me," writes ,'a'pbe purchased for a 4 eDarerl PATRICIA DOW springThat It's a wonderful Idea to follow up before folding it
the fruit course with one of those -
Marie-Therese "to the divorce -- after it had
see over-
lawyers fee. If not the submarine menace can
hot cereals
which
quickly prepared .
disillusionment that so manyof "ever after," these women r n V Slit
my older friends have experi could certainly have lived happily .. proven by that history-making convoy important vitamin you need dally special occasions, spread sauteed
'' to Africa, when chicken livers before omelet.
; only one ship folding
Since liver sweetbreads.'kidney;
,
enced. I actual
don't
mean ugliness most of the time if they of the for preventing nervousness, fatigue
out hundreds which
'and divorce. But I mean when the had followed the advice given the heart list brains of restricted and tongue meats are not it behooves on 1 r made the trip many, was lost before the and restlessness.There Freshly; baked rolls with swirls of i
brown and
man wants to go to parties and the by Kathleen Norris this week. the American housewife to actual landing of the fleet In the are several ways of doing syrup whole pecans on'
wife hates them or he is late for Mediterranean. top are bound to make your break
learn how to cook and serve them. JJ up the hot cereals. The quick-cook
meals or she Is a bad cook or ex Most of us have served liver (always Although the Germans knew ing. wheat and oat cereals may be fast a real pleasure. Make the rollsIn
traVleant.and they keep alluding Jack' -weary dissatisfaction with demanding calves liver) about this convoy before it left Gibraltar readily prepared along with the rest the .tt.moon-reheat for breakfast
each other's faults. 'You'd never complaints of her own. If he thinks 'more''' or less frequently. We'veserved their aubmarlnes suddenly for theie.wpn't\ dry out: !
of breakfast Just a few minutes'
get Nancy to do that!' the man says It'. easy, these days; to go shopping !it fried with bacon or smothered became almost useless because our, I Butterscotch Pecan noli.
time. If have a deep-well
about for butter and In onions and never looked into fleet was so well protected by airplanes you
and the wife says,, 'You know that coffee with t electric COOk'j (Makes S doses)
and er on
escort ships. an range you
the
appetizing of serving -
when it's between and the baby down with a croupy cough many ways 1 package yeast compressed<< or
a question me
it beyond these time-honored Commenting on the "perfect op- place the cereal In glass jars along
his mother I haven't a chance! and Johnnie's rubbers two sizes too methods.I eration" of the North African expedition with dried fruits you are able to granular

"Jack Is an Instructor at an air. small for his new shoes, she wishes Many of us may; not realize l 1&. Adm. Sir Percy Noble obtain turn on the unit overnight !.i cup warm water t't

base" the letter goes on, "so we he'd try it! No place to dry the but pig's liver is very good and ao I until recently commander of the I and have fruit and cereal ready-to-; K cup milk, scalded, cooled I* '
be settled for'' while. wash,except the basement such a Is beet. Beef liver will require Mediterranean fleet of the royal lukewarm
may; quite a
racket from the school-yard next longer cooking than either calf or 'n.vy. said that planes alone nor eat.Don't 1 teaspoon salt li'''
We have rented nice little E
already
a escort vessels alone could not hesitate at cooking the
door that the baby gets waked up pig but it is tender and has good cope H cap sugary
house in a pretty old town; I have from her nap every single day and flavor. Lamb liver' too, is delicious with the submarine menace, but quick-cooking cereals longer-they eup.melted shortening
two girl friends! in the same place. I laid when it's available. / enough escort ships plus enough! are Improved In flavor and more
the practically for the well beaten
car
eggs
So it ought all to be perfectly ideal, duration! up Serve braised liver for dinner /\awI plane. could. He added that the palatable If you give them a few ,
About sifted
and I want to do my part to keepit some night and see if the family U-boat menace has become so perilous extra minutes. leap. all-purpose
so. But been AU this isn't so Important. But doesn't call for seconds. Accompany that it must be answered in a Hour i
having brought
in the households of married cousins up what IS Important is that when the it With twlce baked potatoes,.. a \ few months but paid that bethought Coddled Eggs 1 cup butter softened
house quiets down and the childrenare salad of mixed salad greens and It would be answered Coddled or soft cooked eggs are 1 cap brown sugar, packed (firefly
and '
aunts I know how the
glamour asleep Jack shall come out Into orange up-side-down cake. shortly. made by bringing a sauce pan of 1 cap pecan meats
can fade, and I dread even momen-" I the kitchen and pick up a dishtowel Braised Liver. The big test will come In the water to a good boil. Then turn out Pour '/. cup lukewarm water over

tary coldness or misunderstanding. and begin to wipe dishes, while he One pound liver fat salt pork (if spring. And until we have proven the heat transfer into It the eggs yeast, add 1 tablespoon sugar, stir )

Some Live Happily.; says: "I didn't mean to get started available), V cup diced carrots 'M'k that we can handle the ..ubm.rln.onslauah& with a spoon. Cover and let stand 5 let stand about 5 minutes. t
y cup diced celery. V cup thinly we might as well forget .
to 10 minutes depending the
Your attitude. Marie-Therese la that way tonight. Nan. I guess I sliced onion, 2 whole cloves, sprig about when the war will end. Not upon Dissolve salt and remaining sugar
a very lovely one, and speaks for was just tired. 1 know ;you're having parsley bit of bay leaf 1 bouillon until our ships can be assured of consistency of egg you desire. This In milk. When lukewarm add yeast

a fine and gentle nature-and that a pretty bard time." cube V cup lemon juice; 2 cups safe passage to the battle fronts, I I. a good way to Ax eggs-you can and blend with 2 cups flour. ,Beat, ii

nature will tell you more clearly And that Nancy instead of relieving water. can we confidently! talk about! a place them in the, water while very thoroughly. Next, add eggs

than could any words Of mine bow herself with a high-voiced angry Wipe liver with a damp cloth and nearby victory. you're.getting the rest of the breakfast and shortening. Mix well and beat {;

you can cherish and cultivate the "Don't you ever think for one instant remove thin outside skin Then lard three minutes. Add remaining flour

peace and love that are part.of married John Baker that you can the upper side with thin strips of. GRAHAM Chance Your Breakfasts. enough to make a smooth dough.
tat from the salt pork. Chop remaining
life. There are wives and husbands come home and snarl at the children salt pork and put In bottomof fly M..... Eva Strickland Fried mush is a wonderful breakfast Knead lightly on board about 5 min 6
who live without undignified and criticize me and then come out casserole or baking dish. Add I food; serve it with syrup but. utes.-iUse only enough flour to keep I,

squabbling and sulking. And even here) and have everything all wonderful vegetables and seasoning and top "i Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Starling ter and honey and even fried apple dough from sticking. Dough should i

when they do squabble and sulk occaslonally again!" shall accept his help with liver. Dissolve bouillon cubein and children spent Sunday afternoon rings-for a late Sunday morning be kept aa soft aa possible. Crease

by some miracle that is and perhaps remind him that these hot water and with lemon Juice (I with H a r 1 I I. Starling of feast. top and let rise until doubled. Fold

marriage it is often not as seriousas are strained and anxious times. She pour over liver and vegetables In Brooker.Mr. Toasted English muffins teamed dough down again and let rise again

it sounds. It is nerves fatigue shall remark that the great cloud baking dish. Cover closely and with poached eggs-and a piece of until doubled.To .
bake hours. Longer cookingwill rI and Mrs. A. DavU and children
twp
misunderstanding; It is outbursts of hanging over us all Is bad for our be H beef broiled ham In- shape: roll dough Into oblong
required use
you of the State Farm
spent a
verbal fireworks that mean very nerves, that business men are enduring liver. Uncover for last 20 minutes. 11-0" between will work pieces' until V Inch thick. Spread
few
little and that sometimes clear the privations and facing difficulties The oven temperature should be days recently with their son- wonders toward ,with butter, brown sugar- and nuts.

never known In our happy nation. 325 degrees F. Remove liver from I. in-law and daughter Mr and getting the family Roll as for jelly roll. Cut into 1 to

air.So that when a husband comes al history before and that when she baking dish strain liquor and thick. J Mra. J. B. Strickland. on its way out J%.lnch slices. Use muffin tins,

home at night to find out that his and Jack get through) these war en with 1 tablespoon flour and 1. \ Mr and Mrs. R. S. Wasdln of bed. rH% t} add <4 spoonful of butter, and a !

suit hasn't come back from thetailor' years, the sweetness of peace the tablespoon butter browned and together. \1 6262 spent Sunday afternoon visiting Packaged pancake ; rr few nutmeats to each pan. Place
Pour liver
., that dinner is beated-up stew pride of watching their boy; and girl This dinner sauce uses over the oven to serve full in Starke. mixtures i rolls of dough cut side down on-

and mashed t turnip.,,that his coffee' grow to manhood and womanhood, capacity. Allow about IVi hours for Mrs. Onie Smith of .Winder- will speed up the each pan. Let rise again until dou,

ration'' is one half-cup, and that will be' all the greater.Annoyances potatoes to bake and 30 io 40 mln For Large,Sizes mere was here lost week to at. tempo at breakfast ble. Bake about 13 to 15 minutesIn

Nancy; has promised to spend Sunday ; war Appe.r. utes for the orange upsidedowncake. Pattern No. 2Your weight is tend the funeral of her brother- time. Serve them with butter a hot (400 to 429-degree) oven

with the Millers', he is quite like But make up ;your mind, Marie- scarcely noticed while your friends in-law, J. P. Summers. or vitaminized margarine-honey i Remove.from pans Immediately
ly to break into grumbles and criticisms Therese that with all the wonderful, Baked stuffed heart Is another exclaim "what a smart dress" and butter syrup melted together, quick Coffee Cake.
that he doesn't really meanat companionable, miraculous elements savory and substantial disk. Calve's when you wear this trim young Mri. IJ.czlo Surrency of Tampa or dark corn syrup flavored with a 54 cup butler

alt that make marriage, the lilt!. hearts are considered choicest but shirtwaist frock.. We have simplified spent last week-end here with relatives maple extract are all that could be 1 cap sugar
up
beef is good and lamb and
I very it for home sewing. The yokes .
: luscious indeed.
Oace the coffee' and stew the good annoyances and mistakes and disillusions ; sheep hearts are used. I keep the shoulder line firm below desired 1 egg

corn bread and the prune whip are creep in, too. as they do inall 'them are the gathers which per. Mri. 'Alta Oaudloso left Fridayfor No. I haven't forgotten omelets! \Yt caps flour

inside him. as he settles down at human lives. Ju.t.. many long- mit full freedom through the bod a visit with Mr. Doris. Spencer For a fluffy omelet allow 3 eggs for 8H teaspoons baking powder. a

the radio with his newspaper, he anticipated parties will turn out to ice.Pattern In Umatllla. 2 people. Separate eggs, and beat J4 teaspoon salt t

feels quite differently' The food may be failures. Just as many investments That Na inBackache 1 No. 8262 Is In sizes 36. 38, each separately. Add H tablespooncream 1 cap milk 1

have been humble but It was warmIng !in a new dress, in a club in ? 40. 42, 44. 49. 48, :SO and 52. Size 38. SAMPSON CITYe to yolks, salt and pepper 1 teaspoon vanilla i
I short sleeves takes 4V ;yards 38. Cream butter and Add
and entertainment won't be worth sugar. egg
satisfying, too; rain is pre. an inch material. Uf Ixxiiae VarnewMUs
and beat until light. Add sifted
dicted for tomorrow so he wouldn't I while. dry

have worn his pressed suit anyway; ; He'll bring a friend home unexpectedly May Warn of Disordered : Monteen Warren of Starke Lynn trays Ingredients alternately; with milk and .
and he likes 'the Millers invitationwell some night when ;your din Kidney. Action wall the week-end guest of Mr. I beat for several minutes. Add vs..

enough especially as his department ner is one chop and one baked potatofor Modem life with Its hurry and Nam.Addr.. and Mrs Gilbert Brown. I Saying It Briefly Saute minced nllla and pour into a greased shallow
worry Spread with and ,I
boss Cutter Is to be there. [ him. and milk-toast for ;yourself Irregular bebita.. Improper eating and ... M-... Charles Temple and'baby onion and green pepper with leftover bake pan.In a moderate topping(330-degree) 4
because you've heel feeling grippyall drlokiofitsrt.hof.spo.ur.andmisc.lionthrow. -
And THAT is the time for Nancy He'll to tell that heavy atrala' on ttae workof laughter, Carol 'and little Joan meat and enclose in pastry oven 25 to 30 minutes.
to accept peace overtures In friendly day.; forget you the kidneye. Tbey are apt to became Smith returned home squares. Bake until crisply
Betty is engaged; he'll drive you ever-taxed .nd fall to Alter .__ aeld Friday after Tapping.
simplicity, brushing off' apologieswith the Joe aad other" impuritlea. from the Ufa-giving Name of spending two weeks) in Tampa brown and serve with gravy 3 whiles fb
mad by; telling you way paper Alternate slices of sauteed egg
an blood. eggplant
amiable fi knew
tired. you were Dokes' wife manages that big house You' may ."ff.' nxffng backache. with Mr. and Mrs. Artford Brown. and slices of leftover meatin 1 cop brown sugar
1t..U ,right"Tired and those four spotless and Impeccable .headache, dlumitea' getting up nigbta, Pattern No Sl&o__ M- and l.rs. Jack Wynn at. Nutmeats j
.. casserole. Pour over it some
leg p.l. .IIa.-t-.1 constantly 1a.ndAlS 1
Mother Flares Up. children.On tired aarvoae. all worn out. Other .1.... ended the Christian Church Con. tomato soup sprinkle with grat- Beat e.r'wb1tes stiff. Fold I In
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Or perhapa'it is Nancy who flares your side you'll fail him. too. of kidney buming..canty or bladder diaorder or too are frequent eoraetlmaa each. pattern cent desired In com b(for>_ em Ion in Hampton Sunday. ed cheese, heat and presto! Your sugar. Spread on batter and sprinkle .

UP. Any woman who has sole charge He won't like the way; you look the urination. Miss Doris Goodge and Julius main dish is ready I with chopped nutmeats ,

of a household and two or three night you dine with the Captain; he'll Try CO...'. Pill off harmful. Doe..'. help bodywaate. thekldaeya Patricia Dow I'aifrrn Frances Taylor of Starke spent Boll large onions, scoop out center //live you a particular household or I

small children .n''through' a second be) shocked by domestic. expenses They to pass have had more eieeee than half a SOS W. 17'. .&., *.* Tub. X. ... Thursday night of last week herewith fill with hash, and heat serve cooking problem on which you wouU l'Ij'J''
a third, a fourth rainy or snowy no matter how well you manage; and century ef: pubes.pprovat. Are recommended Mr. and Mrs. Lem Brown. with gravy or tomato sauce. like .:pert mdvietf Writ Io Miti Lynn Ij'J

day has a right to run away Into when there's a baby to alt in a highchair .* sow by a.ybberi grateful urn everywhere.A Little! Scoop out centers from potatoes Chambers at U'euern Newspaper Union,
Richard
the Smith, son of Mr. 210/ South Oftplamtt Suet Chicago:
ask in
high he'U
mountains and never be at breakfast ;you a mash potatoes, mix with
and Mrs) W. S. tttinou, explaining problem fully
Smith / your
I was quite "
seen again. She can't do that but martyred tone if you know anythingelse Office of all kind I ground leftover meat refill heat i
supplies for 'ill 1 lad week but 1* better to her. Pleat enclntet a stamped .eI/- i t. J
the what first she CAN do is break loose at but stories of the bsWs smart DOAN SPILLS sole at The Itrtulferxl County Remember church service now.here and bring to the table. athlreued rnvrtnp for your reply ;

unpleasant word and meet | ness. Telegraph. Rtloand by Wt.Urn Newspaper Unto. I $
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a W. N. Carnasion (right) is shown here with his
Sam Stratos, who. now manages the Katherine Theatre OPENING !IN STARKE Mr. Carnasion has enlisted the Park Theatre 100 percent
Monticello.: behind the sale of'war bonds. lie is shown here selling:two
I $1,000 bonds to Mrs. Geo_Pappas.

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WE ARE ALL. INDEBTED'TO'TilE LUXURIOUS PARK TltEATRE

,rp.:.. .Best Wishes ., ,, > .. Congratulations
FOR MANY HOURS OF"WHOLESOME PLEASURE AND HEALTHFUL -
To A. ,Starke Asset. TO THE PARK THEATREAnd

We're All Proud OfTHE RELAXATION AMID PLEASANT SURROUNDINGS. IN THE Bill Carnasfen

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TROUBLED'WORLD Olr1'' :,'THE MOVIE THEATRE IS MORE ..

Wishing Continued Success 'Q< "A.:'' ,
f,' For IMPORTANT THAN EVER BEFORE, FOR IT OFFERS US A METHOD H. C. WALLAGENCY

BiU'Carnasion & Sam Stratos TRouliEsA'ND
OF ESCAPE FROM THE CARES THAT BESET THE
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BUSINESS WORLD... FOR.YOUR.OWN HEALTH'S SAKE GO TO
Charley E. Johns Agency "7 Insurance

INSURANCE THE MOVIES !MORE OFTEN!
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For furnishing Starke with such a .
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fine theatre 1 Finest Citizens ., t.,

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