Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: February 12, 1943
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
notis - ADA7397
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System ID: UF00027795:02789
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Recreation Center BRADmRD COUNTY TELEGRAPH Sweetest Strawberries L,:

for Camp Blanding This Side of Heaven ;


Official County Publication Established In 1877 ,



Will Issue Plant To Start 'Duke Taxpayers Attends MeetingAt Arrest Of 14-Year Old Negro Girl '

New Ration Book Work Soon Association a meeting of Starke of the held Taxpayers in the Ends Wave Of# House-To-House Thefts;

office of W T. Clute, realtor

Starting Feb. 22 On War 'ContractThe Thursday Duke. Federal night for rent the Feb.control Gainesville-4, Wm. administrator L. Most Of Stolen Goods Recovered l,,

Pennies Starke Area spent more than -
The Issuance of War Rationing Hartman Furnlt u r e & two hours meeting the people of The office of Sheriff A. O. t

Book No.2. (Food Rationing + Novelty Co.,, in a brand new factory Starke and explaining to them the To Keep 'Em Warm Andrtu resembled a second-hand

Book) will begin Feb. 22 and last Exchanged 127x54 feet, at the northern workings and latest rulings of hl, clottting store* and pawn shop
through Feb. 24, Dempsey Sapp, limits of Starke on Road 13, will office. Tuesday morning after Emma

Chief Clerk In the Rationing I be ready for operation within two This was the first time that Wright, the 14-year-old Palatka I

Board, announced yesterday: For weekj,' handling Its first large Mr. Duke had been given the opportunity negro girl who had been doing .
Books will be Issued at the various contract making ammunition to contact the Starke the systematic house-to-housa burglarizing ,

school buildings over the boxes: for the Government, Eddie citizens In a group and he expressed in Starke for the last '

County, and All I persona shouldgo Hartman said Tuesday. "All the himself as being agree- two weeks, wan, Jailed and compelled -
their local schools to JVar Bond ti \. equipment I*. her e except two to
::0 get ably surprised to find the cooperation disgorge most of. her
their bookar.i, r machines,'" 'he'said, "and they Starke citizens went loot jrFlve different reshdencewere ]

The school teachers ,will Issue e have been shipped and will be Installs willing to given when they r ,allzed reported in last week's Tele-

the rationing books!, and there within two weeks" that his office was trying grapn to have been robbed total- ,t\

will also be one or more personsat The iUrtmana-Eddie and his to treat them fairly.In ing at least $61 'In, cash besidesan ''f
each place of Issuance for the father A. Hartman---expect to I the words of Mr. Clute secretary emerald ring: a gold bracelet .

purpose of explaining how the _l manufacture [two carloads of ammunition of the Association, "Mr. gold compact. gold Waltham ':
books will be used. boxes a day making it with emphasis on the 'Mister', watch a fountain pen and other
for those in Duke Starke articles of lesser value. ,'t
All persona must carry to the easy authority to came to a stranger,
registration: places their war' ration "pasn; the ammunition!" It is but left here a friend to all and In addition to the above, there J

book No.'1-'Mr. Sapp stated, On the day she was born, thirteen the 1grandpart"nta their purponeUo have three 8-hour 'Bill' to everyone" have been at least eight other ,Q
this book must be produced of years ago parent am shifts per day keeping the plant homes entered and 15 personsrobbed 1
as Sharon Hall
Having pennies for the "new operating contlnuoimly. They desire the
netting 14yearoldnegro .f
before war ration book No. 2 arrival." I
can >>e issued. All are urged to When Sharon Wn old enough to learn that "big oak from one shlftf of women and two girl $79 In cash,. or a total
little Distribution.
register for their books on one 'of acrona grow" who started collect Ing coppers herself, until a shifts of men,.' of $140 In money; besides $200 {

the first two days, if possible, in few weaka ago she had saved the grand total of 3,750. Then she In order to doe, this, they are I worth of women's underclothes,

order to prevent a last day rush. heard that the Government via asking all patriotic citizen to put I sending out ... call for mechanics Of CommodItiesStops two diamond rings several! purses

their pennies back Into circulation because of the copper shortage' and'1 ab ore,r s--both men and a clock, two gold bracelets, a hat, ,
Persons who do not have their .'
ration book No. 1 now no Sharon did the logical thing. She took heir 937.30\ In pennies and women. "Like so,many other de- locket, coat, pins and scores of

war apply at their local may rationing Is shown above exchanging with Postal Clerk B. E. Mcltoe for a fence! plants,,gtjte.a( number wil! April 1 1The other valuable articles.

board and get It. nice, crisp War Itond. \\lth no further effort on her part, the be employed wjjq) have never had Lnnt week losses were reported

Haadg of families must do the 37.50 investment will go on'Increasing In value until 10 years from any similar experience, and ),11'. at the homes of Mr. and Mrs..,I.,.

for the entire now 4t will be worth $30. Thin U a pretty good example: for more Hartman will train those who distribution of commoditiesto A, Rennolds at the Gardenia; J.
j-pKtHlerlng '
coma to hint. and show ability, M. Alvarez L W. Koch 0, L.
:children will not be permittedto boy and girls. who have own saving. pennies, to follow. Individuals and families will be ; ;
at :
and will glv*./ them a Job for discontinued effective April 1, Beaaley, and C. II Nasworthy.
apply. for this war ration book! "the duration," Most of it will 1943 and no new applications will Wltnout, pretending to cover the
-No,-. -2.To >- Basketball Team Rotarians Hear be "piece work" and each person be accepted after March 1, 1943, ground as thoroughly as the negro "

will receive what he or she actually according to an announcementthis There's a lot of warmth In girl did the following Hot Is
Thrice Defeated, .Speaker Describe earns. They must begin week by the State Welfare those sweaters and a lot of given In addition to the above:

Help Public Still Fighting Life In ThailandMrs. work at once, as "the. first con- Boar.!. Greater emphasis will I warmth In that smile Mrs. O, I*. Mrs.! Bruce Burnett and Mrs, John

tract. must be completed by May now be placed on the free school Linntn displays as she heads toward Palmer, who live In MrsL.: W.

Although the Bowldrome Bas- Charles H. Crooks, for 37 10," Miv Hartman said They lunch program which has proved the Red Cross Production Kemper's large residence on

File ReturnsFor ketba.ll! Club, Hugh Ingram man- years associated with her husband will proceed form the manufacture highly satisfactory In every Instance loom[ with another armload of Church Street, lost $10 and $18

ager, has lost the best three out of a medical missionary in cf one type box to another. It was said. sweaters knitted by the ladles of respectively. Franklin Tervln on

three basket ball games this sea- Thailand (formerly, Slam), was This will be one of Starke's Florida will not lose any surplus Starke for the boys In the ser Church Street lost $10.

the convenience .of those son, they are by no means discouraged guest speaker at the regular largest Industries and greater commodities which mayhereafter vice. There Is "always room for MM. Harry Houston and Mrs.

who are required by law ,to file nor are they giving ,up weekly luncheon meeting of the assets. Lumber will be spread be made available to one more at the Production W. O. Farr a December bride on
income tax returns a Deputy Collector hope. They met the 901st Ordnance Rotary Club here Wednesday. over the 5-acre, tract of land ad- this state, but such commoditieswill Room," so if you know how to Wallet Street, lost $150 worth of

of Internal Revenue will be Co. of Camp Blanding' in Describing "Thailand and her joining the plant he said, "and be distributed to the free knit, or want to learn, drop cloth left over night I on the

at the Courthouse. Feb.. 16. 17 and their first game, being, .defeatedby people. In the present war crisis," any farmers who have any lumber school lunch program< and the around to the Legion Hall on clothes line Mrs., a. A., Ander'J"'J
18 from 8:30 A.M. to 0:30: P.M. to a score of 46 to' 40.Wjthout Mrs. Crooks gave a fascinatingword or timber forJ sale are requestedto commodities which can't be used Thursday afternoon. on on Cherry Street lost f.wo"dla: !

assist tax payer" In ,preparingTtheli'reWrns. ... going; Into, too:much picture that -could: nly be get In tfefeh with the",llatt- In the school lunch, program '. mond rings and two ladles watches f I
No"charge'wilt .be detail as to the actual score of Imparted by one who knew and mans at once. will be used to aid the several New Director while Mrs. Sol Schults who

made for this'service.' the second ganewhich waif play loved the'country. counties of the'state through distribution Of Woman's Events stays In her' house lout' a gold ,

The matter of filing your Income ed with the 197th Field Artillery,' Now overrun by the .Japanese to eligible Institutions! bracelet. The girl walked ,Into .
tax return should be given "th y trounced upon us unmerci- for years Thailand has been one Lack Of SpaceHampers in such counties, the announce- Arrives At USO the house through the back door \'I'

immediate, attention In order to fully". Ingram said. He venturedthe of the least known countries In ment said. while three women were' sitting
avoid Joseph E. Wilson, chairman of the front at the home of \' ;(
penalty and Interest. score in the third game75to the its on porch I
world. Today, however
are required to file a return if 16 in favor of some Signal strategic location In relation to Library Red Cross Assigns the Committee of Management of D. L. Silcox on Road 48, and I! : 1

your gross Income Is $500 or overif Corps at Camp Blanding; but other countries of the' Far East the USO-YMCA announces that stole $15.35 from Mrs. Howard :.. 'f
Public will\ succeed ,
! you are single (or married and said of those Army teams: "They has brought it into the limelight Nurse Miss Marie Register Setw'art, 94 cents from Mrs. Eugene -
Tho bookshelves at the Starke Miss Jewell Presnell as Woman'aprogram and than $2b
could show the University To Blanding Area Snyder, more
and Mrs. Crooks' authoritative
not with
living husband or wife),: effective Feb.
FlorIJa a' good time! heard with Library are as overcrowded as, director from Mrs. Silcox, In addltlonto ,
or If you are married and living! was a great else In this 11. Miss Register comes with a valuables. '
The game which they had planed deal cf interest. everything Jam-pack i Word has been received that purses and other
with husband on wife ,and4 your to play with Lake City recently ed town. There isn't room for I the American Red Cross Is plac- wealth: of experience and train At W A. Sterna home on Lafay-

gross income is $1,200 ,r over. was. called; but Mr. ,Ingram la fact The that ppeaker the people emphasized of Thailand the anotheringJe, .- book and Librarian 'I ing public health nurse In the ing. She was in born in Georgia She ette Street Mrs A. S. Stonsifer
I but reared Jacksonville.
Your return for the calendar hoping to have a match with the Jeanette C Young must Bradford-Clay Health Unit to out a purse, clock and bracelet; f
did not surrender to Japanese StateCottage
of Florida
year 1942 must be filed not later them Monday night. "Watch without is either discard some old (and lit- work In a 'specified area, which is a graduate Mrs. Jerry Carter a bat locket, '1 1pillS
a struggle': as for Women and was a
tle used volumes) to make room I. generally the Boomtown, Camp while Mrs. James Ball ,P
than March 15, 1943 with the Collector the barrel In the middle of the often believed, but put up a stiff member of the Alpha Chi Orne.alIocioil etc.,
of Internal Revenue at street", he said.. resistance, until the Japs threat- For newer and'more useful books, Blandlng. area. She is to be under After oat $5 In money and a reversiblecoat + t
Jacksonville. .A 'penalty of not or quit acquiring books until that the supervision of the direc- fraternity. which "Emma" had on 4' .I ii
ened to use their overwhelmingair and also workedfor
happy day,when Starke will havea tor of the Health Unit and of an tion she taught when arrested. Not only that'but if
more than $10.000
or Imprisonment the beautiful
Stolen Car force to blast Pie Civil Service Commission
library in a building all Its
advlsary Red Cross Nursing Com ii
for nOt more than one year, city of Bangkok to the ground and the American Red Crows. Shu the girl; was dressed up In lockets ,I
Is RecoveredE. own, rather than i In a small room mittee. This committee is to consist -
or both, is Imposed by statute for unless the natives ceased firing. In the Woman's Club. of representatives of the local was with the latter organization rings, bracelets and the like, ''J 14

willful time and failure In addition to make 5 return centto on O. Edwards, proprietor of the Mrs. Crooks stated that the A description of the overcrowded -"' physicians, the local Red Cross up until the time she entered usa which'' she swore she had had ','
25 of the per of New' Method Cleaners, came very people of Thailand are peaceloving : conditions was given by Mrs. (Chapter and, other Interested organizations work.Miss for A long time, but which later ,

tax. per cent .' amount near losing ".200 spot cash Wednesday and have never fought a Young In her annual report to Her salary and ex. Register has traveled 'proved to be stolen R. V. Bruce If

night, Feb. 3. Only a war of aggression. They lean the Woman's Club at Its meeting >enaea will be furnished by the fairly extensively in the United I(I had two men's suits stolen from ;,
: few .days previously'he,had paid toward the freedom-loving idealsof Wednesday. She stated: "The American Red Cross. States, Mexico and Canada. In
Reno; Fire Loss.. that amount for a 1941 Buick sedan the United' States and look to Library was opened July 15, 1935 The nurse appointed to the position Jacksonville she was a memberof (Continued on page eight) :

Is EstimatedAt and at 10 P.M. that night it this country for help in deliverance with 1.000 volumes. There are Is Mrs. Virginia Bell and is the Junior Woman's Club, Pan

was stolen while parked on the from their present state of now 4,300; 416 having been acquired expected to arrive the week of Hellenic, the AAUW and the
Around $1,500 north side of his Temple avenue subjugation.W. this fiscal year. Feb. 21 In company with :Miss UDC. Miss Register comes to Bond Quota

cleaning plant as he and his H, Nollman, was welcomedinto "Four we predicted I Jeanie Adkeraon, National Red this USO unit with a splendid
A lire at 4 o'clock Sunday afternoon busy Inside. It the club as 'a new member years ago Croat representative in charge of the unit.
whole force were that there would be 7,000 volumes record at Sebring;
aided by a brisk wind was sand at this meeting.Standard Falls Short
was recovered stalled in the when the library wan 10 such projects. It la expected that !
responsible for a loss of betweenl.20O about 10 A. the of this additional !
Blanding, '
near Camp but presence
$ rears of age, we are goingto Negro Woman
and $1.500 when it swepta State Road Patrolman nurse will grealy the
M. Thursday by TypewritersStill fall short of that goal only augment '
: I
bungalow belonging to Joe Williams Bullock. because do not have room services rendered by the Health Cuts RivalW. Bradford County fell down In
in Reno entirely away, and That was perhaps the "nerviest"of Wanted for books. There Is Unit. January on its monthly quota for t
burned, that part of the adjourning bold robberies that more moneyIn E. Thornton said Wednesday War bonds and stamps for the
Jook Joint which was occupiedby the been dozen committed In Starke Those who have a standard office the bank with which to buy Miss night: "Well, I've been In bed first time: A total of $50,613.25
have then but dO'lIot have sufficient Presnell Leaves
manufactured .we
a pool room. The only damageto last ten days. Accord- size typewriter ; with the flu for three days] have was raised on a quota of $62,320. /
thIS barber shpp and cafe was during the Edwardsa soldier since Jan.' 1, 1939. which they are space to house them. Starke YMCAUSOFor i been out about an hour and have leaving a deficit'of U:100.13. The
caused by the furnishings all be- Ing to Mr.Sam Gottlelb's_Liberty willing to sell to the U. S. Government "One posMbleway to make already made nearly enough mon- ptarke Post office and the Florida

ing moved out by the colored population went into where a group pf for use by the Armed room for new' books would be to Post In Sebring ey to pay half a month's salary", Bank of Starke combined sold a
Studio nearby
to avoid possible damageby soldiers had gathered and asked FO/C.JS to help win the War are discard some old ones that are MUs Jewell Presnell, women's He was called to the Reno schoolhouse total of $58,915.75; Hampton g

fire. ,The origin of the fire has for volunteers to come out and asked to write the War Produc- no longer used, and If there Is program director of the USOYMC where there had been a $438,50; Lawtey $245; and .Brooker -
not tion Hoard at 314 West Monroe no objection to parting with some
accord- .
yet been determined help hlrn-turn; a car around. Several Jacksonville. The WPB \" has been transferred to cutting scrape at a party. A $14.For
Street, books which belonged
ing to Fire Chief R. C. Buford rf them assisted him as Sebring. She has been very ac- ; colored woman, Carrie Small, cut some reason January's quota j
and the makeof
will turn name Woman's Club can -
your to the we relieve ,
though incendiarism was suspected. their track showed, and after It to tive with the WSO and GSO program Janet Montgomery, another, negro wall $21,320 ID excess of that of i
machine the
over type-
the by donating a
your 1
was rolled to the street the soldier in Bterke. Some of the woman for fooling with her December and exceeded the quota
concerned and a
writer ,
company hundred or more old volumes tone I
The fire had been going for got In and drove away. Th representative of the company will Book Campaign" events that she has helped! within husband". It was only a cut on for the month of February by
sorrm time before the alarm was only damage to the car was that and machineat Victory these groups were the Fourthof the arm, Mr. Thornton said,- but $13.12O.February quota being
turned In, Mr Buford stated the switch had been broken so the call the on market you price.If buy.your Th librarian's report showed July fish fry and water mellon he collected a $50 cash bond, and $49,200.Mrs. -

though the blaze was entirely un- locked car could be started with forget or lose this address that cards have' been Issued to 92 cutting; Thanksgiving day "she won't likely appear In

dpI* control within 30 minutes after out a key.Issuing. S ,you and will simply write the new 'patrons during the year, program; Children's program on court", he sold The altercation Ritch Sells '
the equipment arrived. The which made mach making a total of 1,315 cards the day before Christmas; and occured about 6 P.M. Wednesday. I "

hydrants installed in Reno by the Agent company ine, It will send someone your to see Issued since' the opening. the Christmas. carolinaparty on Rooming House
new water project recently saved H. A. Receipts from the rental shelf Christmas Eve. Also she playeda Mrs. Grace McLane I
Or, see or telephone
the day. Water pressure is ex For War BondsAt you.Carlton at 29 and he will do this totaled $ 13.34 during: the past prominent part In the classical Mrs: N. T. Ritch has told. the
cellent. It Is understood that no Florida American rear, Mrs. Young reported. Books concert that was held at the USOon Mri.: Grace McNair McLane, a rooming house business and equip-. '
Insurance was carried on the bungalow tbe request of the Treasury t'or you. The Governmentto totaling $823.94 In value have January 31 when many of the former resident of Stark and .ment of the Bradford House near
In which Joe W1IlalDJl'IIOIIInlaw. \ Department, the ,Bradford County Legion Is helping the machines In been purchased and the library outstanding artists appeared on wife of Roscoe McLane of Gainesville the corner of Call and Cherry

"Sonny-Boy". lived Telegraph has agreed to, becomean find 3,000 such not now has a total of $239.71 on deposit the program. died Sunday night after being streets, according to W. T. Cute
though ia small amount was car) issuing agent for the sale of the State. Portables are in the bank. :Miss Presnell came to Starke In ill health for some time. realtor, who made the deal. The j

rled Gn"'the pool room.Crapshootera e War Bonds. All newspapers In wanted. Racorda show that 7,199 books at April and is going to the Besides\ her husband, she I Is buyer, was Mrs. Ludla Hiatt, formerly ';

the country were asked to assistIn were rented during the ,year-an ISO at Sebring where an airbase survived! by one daughter, Betty of Gainesville, and she 'J b

Arrested this important Job. Taxpayers MeetingThe avenge of 23 books per day. As for the flying forces Is McIJane of Washington D. C., took over the house Monday. She \
I The Telegraph now has on hand demonstrated their established. Several farewell parties and two sons, Roscoe McLane, Jr., signed a one-year lease, and the i
of the Taxpayers usual patrons
supply of bonds In all next meeting Dallas Texas, and Eni. WilliamM. consideration was $1.950. Mr. d
A few night. ago police officers a limited Association will be held In overwhelming preference for flc- were held for tier among a
I from $25 U. S. Naval Air Sta- Clute stated.
ranging McLane
W. E. Thornton and Volley F. denominations the office of W, T. Clute Thurs lon, which accounted for 8,229 which were the WSO Coca-Cola 4,
Manning rounded up seven crapshooters to $500: and will be glad to serve day night, Feb. 18, at 8 o'clock of the total number. In the juvenIle : party last Friday morning, the tion, Jacksonville. Mrs." Hiatt has been, living for .E .J '
and collected a fine of, the public in this cap *"y. especially dif AU members are urged to attend class 1.398 books were rented U8O-YMCA staff dinner on Private funeral services were some time In the Wainwright ; a

$15 from each of them and a those peopleficult who find it that they may pass on the bylaws and non-fiction (biography history Thursday evening and the local held In Jacksonville Tuesday un- house at Madison and Church ,j t

$25 fine from Roy Williams, the I to buy bonds because of the so ,and constitution of the organization. end travel) ran a poor third USO Staff Conference farewell der the direction: of DeWItt C.Jon's. streets and 10 la the tailoring y '

keeper of the place-a total of! early closing hours of the bank accounting for 357 rentals. luncheon at noon Friday. business at Camp Blandlng.Trading t .f ft
$130. and the postofflce.
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The Bradford made for them to secure it. BROOKER ed the Intermediate Class of the Is spending several weeks with i Case No. 1281.ORDER .

County Telegraph As mentioned above every person in By Mrs. K. J. Hazen: Methodist Church at her home her parents Mr. and Mrs. 3, R. ANU NOTICE OF pvnutt TO ',\TIn*

tabUsbed 1817C. the family will get No. 2, regardlessof age. January 30. Those present to Swindell. STATE OF ... AI.I'I"An"
Birthday Dinner enjoy this occasion were: Nell Oottllob Ha/lre/ who". resldenee'
a I*. Mathews _________ Editor Md Owner Use Blue Miss Hazel Packham, who Is CouritYrNiw'Yorkurooklytt. Jeln"4
StampsIn Sunday. Feb. 7, Mrs. Lewis Clem Meyer, Betty and Martha Horne, employed in Starke, spent Saturday -

i St'B' ." .CKllTIOM K/V1K!; the book No. 2,, two. different colored ons entertained for her father, Norma Sweeney, Marie Cannon, and Sunday with her parentsMr. You are required"o spies...
4 Tom March Int., 1M3 !In "'
f Yearly $1.75: : SUt Months. .L00 sets of stamps will be found. The blue Edwards on his 66th birth- Evelyn Norwood Earl Meyer and Mrs. W. W. Packham. named Court and cause. the, wh.,0"
day. About 60 of his : Hinson Pickren Gene
friends anneighbors Birt Cyril plaintiff seeks divorce
-- isredru::
t stamps will apply to the canned bottled young,and old. gathered .! and Hlldrl Watson, Gene Elland. :Mra. Mildred Burke was visiting Order County/In Telegraph. shall publish ri j:.
robUshed Weekly on Fridays and<< Entered: as Sejo- dried and frozen goods; the red stamps will to pay him respects. At noona Jlmmle Norwood and Ronnie An- in Palatka last Friday.K. Witness next my four hand weekly and Isxuoa

? sod Clans Matter at the Post. Office at starker Fla table was placed In. the yard drews. Mrs. Norwood was assisted B. (Swindell of Bartowe Is seal at Stark.. Florida, tile otnehl Fet! i .I
used for
meat when it is scheduled for ruary 1st., 1843,
and the friends who came to be by Mrs. J.. L. Meyer In serving visiting his parents, Mr. and Mm (OFFICIAL '
rationing.The with him spread a bountiful lunch. welners. cocoa: : and cake. S. T Swindell. As Clerk of :. /t.Lourt J. Thomas

Get Ready For Point Rationing"Point" person registering will have to tell He received many lovely gifts Midges Bertha and Gladys Loper Fla.W. C.Atty Harol..t. for Plt. Dayton a.1I Honh

P"a and everyone reported a good CHRISTIAN CONVENTIONThe who are employed In Starke, 4\ .zi
'i rationing of commercially canned the registrar the number of cans of 8ounceor Christian Convention was
tune. spent the week-end with their inr CIRCUIT: COURT
a fruits and vegetables will be started in larger size in the possession of the family held at the Hampton Christian parents, Mr and Mrs W. C. Loper. (CICRY.COUNTY FLORIDA, BRADFOllo 1\1: <<.aU,.

Home canned or bottled goods or bought Red Cross Church here Saturday and SundayJan. Willis Swindell of Palatka was,I Hyman C. Robinson Plaintiff
the early part of March adding'another The Brooker Red Cross held tie 90,31. The pastor. Rev. Fred visiting friend. and relatives here, Florence A. Robinson, pt"ndant
goods in less than 8-ounce cans, need not be Case No. 23U,
complication to war-time living conditions weekly meeting Thursday after- Dodd, did the preaching Saturday Sunday. ,I ORDER OF PUBLICATION
declared. noon at the club house. Kit night. Rev Garrett pastor of AND NOTIC'E TO APPEAR
W that are becoming more complex by the were made and skirts were 'started. the Hampton Methodist Church The Thomas family spent Sun STATE OF FLORIDA to< : FIn.
ems A. Robinson, whose ..
Small Stock day In Hampton with Mr. and r sldf> ..
This club lit 111 Llncola
"l meets each Thursday preached the 11 o'clock sermon.A Road Brooklyn: '
hour. The sale of vegetables fruits soups Mrs. Burkholt. York. Nee
Each will be allowed limited
person a and the ladles of this com fine dinner was spread and You are required to .
and juices in these containers is being plac- number of five cans of processed foods. The munliyare urged to attend. Some everyone was Invited to partake.At Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Kelsay and March ."t., 1943.and In the appear Hbo n!

ed under control'in order to discourage purchase size of the cans will make no difference. If are knitting sweaters. 3 o'clock Robt. Witty, of Faith Starke eon. Joe Friday.were business visitors in I plaintiff named Court seeks divorce.cause, IlrsdrorJ' ,
Sewing Club Temple Jacksonville, delivered a County Telegraph. shall publish
S of extremely scarce items and thus a person has more than the limited numberof The Inspiring sermon. At the Frank Kelsay of Camp Bland Order In next four weekly tee!- ?.the.
sewing club held Its very
regular nesssealvat hand
I' encourage the use of more abundant foods. five cans then an eight-point stamp will 1 meeting at the home of Mrs. T. evening service Chaplain B. M. Ing' visited here Sunday. ruary 1st.Nta ke 1943.OFFICIAL ,. Florida,"tthis Feb.i.1

In order that our readers will be.more be removed from his book for each can over W. Markey on Feb. 2, after electIng Montgomery did the preaching. -- ( SEAL A. J. Thomu..,
services'were well attended. An Clerk of
All ours.
the maximum allowed. No new officers they spent a It's common: sens, to be W. C. Ilardesty, .
familiar with "whys and wherefores" of 5, 2 or 1 pointstamps social Daytona hoar
hour. The new officer thrifty. If you save you are Fla. Atty. for Pit 2141\ j
Mrs W, E. Rhoden wail the recent ;
will be pulled from the book. Moreof are: Mrs. E. C. Long President War
thrifty. Bonds help you
point rationing when it goes into effect we guest of he rp rents. Mr. 1
lower course and Mrs. B., V, Hazen to save and to
tls the stamps of will allow SecyTreaaurer. help save
and Mrs. J. G' Buckhanan in
offer the following explanation of the ,'
sys- The 'next meeting will beat America. Buy year ten percent Watch'YotffKidneys I
the person to buy a wider range of goods. Winter/ Haven.
tem : the home of Miss Lubdla Pin every' pay day.
There will be no limit on the numberof holster on Feb. 16. The hostess Mrs. L. C. May and Mis. M. M. /
Under point rationing, certain items.like" Williams were transacting business
t : -
served sandwiches
that at and coffee to
stamps a person can spend onetime inr CIRCUIT COURT
canned valued at In Gainsville one 'day last Help Them Cleanse the Blood
1 corn are a those present COUNTY PMmiUA 1* CIIAN-:
except of course, that only those week. CIoRY of Harmful Body Waste
f : number of points. The size of the
can or
stamps good for the rationing period maybe Mrs. I* A: Brown spent several Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Knabb Mr. Helena Thomas Milan PalduHur.Ualaaaar Plaintiff, .Defendant., vs. wsate Your matter kidneys from are the) constantly blood fllterlai

bottle however does not determine the used. One point can be spent on a shopping days In a Jacksonville hospital. and Mrs. C. L. Hodge.4 and Mrs. Case No 23 IS.ORDER kidneys sometimes lag In their stream.work-Bu She has been OP PUBLICATION'AN not set as Nature Intended-tell ...
number of points rather pointsare brought home and 1 Is Carrie Hlera of to
; so many Macclenny were NOTICE: TO APPEAR move Impurities that If .
tour or 48 points can be spent. But if ", retained, "mi>
assigned to ounces of weight of fluid improving. guests of Mr. and Mr,. :i. H. STATE: OF FLORIDA to: Ilelenn poison the system aad upeet the wb.1t
MlluM Italdasar whose residence In body machinery.
the 48 points are spent the party will haveto Vernon Edwards la sIck at his Wigylns recently. Unknown.You Symptoms may be nagilng bsekuhi. ,
ounces. wait until the next rationing period to time. We hope he will soon be Mr. and Mrs. C. C. flchvell of are required. to appear on perelateat headache..tta lo.of dlul...,
March Int., 1B4.1 In the above getting up nights, swelling, puffineaj
Although points for goods will be stand- make use of the other stamps in the book. out again. Macon; Ga., weru vltitin"{ relatives named Court and cause, wherein under the eyee-a feelioc of nenois
seeks divorce. anxiety and loss ol and
ard throughout the country prices will not As previously announced by the Office MI'!!. J. W. Kelly Mrs. Howard and friends here recently. I County plaintiff Telegraph shall publish Bradford this Other signs of kidney pep or bladder strenrU.die
Mott, Mrs. Royce Gainey and M. L. Watterson left last: week' Order In next four weekly Issues. order are sometimes burning.scanty or
have to be. This is important remember of Price Administration the following'list t Mrs. Thelma Crosby were In fur a visit with his son, Fredrick, seal Witness at Stark. my Florida hand and, this official lo"ebOFI"ICIAL too There frequent should urination.be BO doubt that prompt

to avoid much confusion. If an ounce of of items, will be rationed under the "point"system Gainsville on business Wednesday. who Is with the Coast ouavd at ruary Int. 1541. treatment' Is wiser than neglect. In
i ( 810 A L) A.'J. Thomas, Doa** ftllt. Doo,'.have been ..1..1.,
corn say has been valued at eight points Petty Officer Rodney Willis and Bay, Mass.J. An Clerk of Bald Court. new friends for more thsn forty y.....
: Mrs. Willis of Jacksonville and G. Lamoreaux. is now employed \f. < Daytona Peach They have a nation-wide reputatioa.recommended .
it will be worth eight points in every store Pla. .iu:,a"gc. nrfrmrriT '.> by grateful people tl
Canned-Fruits tables by the Seaboard 2-B 4t I II
vege soups Mr. and Mrs. Ralph, Longman of Railway. Country over. Ark r.sr nfigkborlDOANS
but the price in money which the grocer or juices and baby foods. High.Springs spent awlla Sunday Making runs from Wildwood to I IN COURT. DRIUFOHU

distributor charges for the corn will vary in Bottled and 'chili here with Mr. and Mrs. James Baldwin. ("COI'MTV'' FLORIDA lCHAN- PILLS
juices, soups, catsups, Cason. Mrs. M. L. Watterson and Mrs.J. CKItY.nolette 'I I
accordance with his particular price. Fur- Waerxted Haa-e, nialntlff I L
sauce. Pic. Resale Colson and Mrs. Col Home were shopping In vs., Arne Uottlleb liege, Defendant.:,I

ther, all grades of corn whether best or med Frozen-Fruits and vegetables. son and Sgt. Cooper of Moody Gainsville one'day last week.M. e _._._ 11 _.u...... .... ...
ium will be .-. and Mrs. Earl Pllcher who -- -' -- ..
given the same point value. DriedFruits.Jars Field spent Sunday and Monday ,
herewith Mr. and Mrs, G. B. Col- have resided In Hampton for tha FUNERAL DIRECTORMy
Point Values !May Change Fruits, vegetables, fruits and son.Mrs. past eight months, have movedto Many Years Experience Makes It Possible for Me to Bender

Goods may be given different point Talmadge of Valdosta, Ga. Camp Blanding. EFFICIENT PROMPT and COURTEOUS SERVICE

values from time to time depending upon juices.As an exception fruit or vegetable ,'spent the week-end here with her MODERATE PRICES _

ti the supply. Items once given a high point and mother, Mrs Alice Thomas. THERESSA DeWITT
juices in containers a gallon or more Pvt. Pasco Mott of Moody Field By Miss Ida HaganMrs. C. JONES
value may later be assigned a lower rating: frozen fruits or vegetables in containers of 'spent the week-end here with his Starke Florida

and items once given a low point value may more than ten pounds will not ,be rationed. parents, Mr. and Mrs. Sam Mott. Dan Raley and children 11 ...,_ .1. .. .... _._. ... _._ ... ._ .

later be awarded a higher rating. Pvt. Vance Lewis and, Mrs Miss Ida Hagan, Mr. and Mrs. 4 wI .- ... ... .. IIP I I III.. -Mn JIJimMllUM- __,.
dy Will Freeze Stocks Lewis spent the week-end herewith W W. Packham and son, Murle,

During each rationing period, every For one week before rationing will begin his uncle and aunt, Mr. and I and Mr. and Mrs. Pete Roberts I DR. LEMUEL COLSON DENTIST

f person will be allowed to buy 48 points sales of canned goods and other' itemsto Mrs.Mrs.G.Navada W. Hazen.Palmer las were Saturday.among the visitors to Starke 129 East Call Street ,
f' worth of canned or bottled goods. Everyone be rationed will be frozen that is, they week-end In Cross City visiting Mrs. W C. Rhoden who Is living

from baby, to grandmother,'will get 48 will not be allowed to be sold. friends and relatives. While there near Camp Rucker. Ala., Hours 9 A. M. to 7 P. M. Evenings: By Appointment

points. Baby foods will be rationed; the Also during this week OPA will, an- her some of her former pupils gave where her husband Is stationed
a surprise party.
Office of PriceAdministratlon reported because -
nounce the point values of the different Mr. and Mrs. Alph Hazen ''of

j they might be bought extensively as items. ,Announcement of these point values Orlando and Mr. and Mn. Marvin

a substitute for rationed canned foods. Hazen of Starke were recently;
been to from
has delayed prevent buyers their l9I
Visiting parents Mr and
p Here is how you will go about getting 'starting a run on the higher point items be- Mrs. E. M. Hazen Fred Connley, 7ttLaffmdI.

your new ration point book No. 2: fore the rationing goes,into effect.In and Mrs. Lilly Cone. >

One adult member the family will go spite of the rationing of canned vegetables ,children Mr. and were Mrs.visiting James Mr.Cason Cason's and

to the local OPA registration office. AssumIng there is still one way in which you mother, Mrs. Padgett, who I 19 ,

the member is a housewife she will can be assured of adequate supplygrowthem sick In Oalnsvllle, Friday night. ,,,.A\.\;;

take with her all of, the family's No, 1 ra- yourself in a Victory Garden. The Among night those were;in Mr.Starke and Saturday Mrs. e. .You can spot it .

tion books. The new books will be given home with its own little plot of garden this Jake Keener Mr. and Mrs Mike

only to those,with,No.' 1 books. If someone summer and fall will be a lucky home in- Tllghman, Misses Bonnie Mott, timeT7rER

lacks the No. 1 book arrangements will be deed. Ttlarhman.Lubedla Waters' and Frances every

-S IJH THM COUNTY JVDOH'S COURT the, .tat. of Henry John Kollln. must be sworn to by the claimant, Mr. and Mrs. Rudolph Andrews N
IN AND FOR HHA.DFORU d.c.a".dJ lat. of salil county to the his agent, or his attorney or thsame : of New River spent awhile Friday Y woman knows it's the
'COUNTY FI.ORIUA. |I Jude. of Bradford County, extra touches
1M RK: STATE OP HENRY: JOHN Florida I at his office In the court will become void accordln g night with her father Cliff D
KOl.lJNG, house at Stark., ..Florida within to law. Hazen. that make a house a home. Ice-cold
OECEASID!: : I eight calendar months from the This filth day of January, 1143. Mra. Beulah Harrell is visitingher
MOTICH TO CHHDITORS I date of the first publication of this
You and each of you ar.-h.r.by. notice. Each claim or demand, RUTH D. KOLX.INO.Administratrix son-In-law and daughter In St. Coca-Cola Is something she likes to add .
Mttlflad and required' to present must be In writing and must state of the Estate of
claims and demand: which you.a'or the place of residence and post Henry John Kolllnc. deceased. Petersburg for several days. to brighten the most important
: ttfcer of you: may have avalnst office address of the claimant and 1.1 4t 1.21 part a

RISING home, the people in it.

By Mr.. feM:
Coca-Cofa; is served with pride.
Mrs. Ethel Russ of Brooker Everybodywill
was visiting; Mrs. Eddie Norman be pleased.
recently and while here attendedthe quality carries on,never 1. >4

GROWS NITROGENGood marriage of her brother Thur- losing the freshness of appeal which first
man Jones, to Miss Jeanette Nor f Vj
man on Jan. 30. delighted you. $ ;

Mr. and Mrs. James Norman ? *

and little son. Jimmy are spendIng Call for Coca-Cola by its full name or 3'
a few days this week with ; %
Mrs. Norman's parents, Mr. and by its friendly abbreviation;'Coke.

Mrs. Math Sapp of LakeButler. *
It's the
stands of wall-fertilized legumes will Eddie Norman was in Jacksonville _real thing. sc i? &3 ..Y4

take from the air and the on business ,Monday t
return to soil more ''i ;ell, Vk des
Maggie Norman and little
than 100 pounds of fixed nitrogen per acre. granddaughter, (Joan, returned Wartime,limits the supply Coca-Cola.: ..

.y. To have the plants operate at full capacity home Monday after spending a Those rime .when you cannot It a
get _
few days In Jacksonville
and efficiency a balanced fertility with remember
program Coke
her daughter. Mrs. J. L. Jackson belitf first choice sell out
providing tar lime, phosphate, and potash Mm. Maggie Norman, who has first. Ak for It each times Hit' 1f

must be followed. Since legumes are greedy '4 been ill with a cold: Is rapidly Im

feeders on potash and remove large amounts .
Mary Driggers has moved
ii of it from the soil, this nutrient i is very important from this section to.Gainesville to C MI
make her home. She will be x
in "growing your own nitrogen" for
greatly missed by her. many old
the following crop or graas-lef ume pastures.If friends here.
( you are in doubt as to the fertility' Mr. and Mrs. Freeman Crosby
were In Lawtey recently: to visit
your soil, consult your official agricultural 1 Mrs. Crosby's brother, Clyde Car. .

authorities regarding soil tests and proper mlchael. who received a broken 1'J
leg And other Injuries In an auto-
fertilization. Write us for free'' information [nobile accident.

w and literature./


By.U, JB(Wiggins

jffs. W. M. Norwood entertain (,7 ,

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DOC be.. may
AMERICAN POTASH INSTITUTE 11 1luAQ enouah for many paUMe.Cots thai..rcfrnh.before. It's But wl.e

10 buy ahead for the home
I Incorporsted means I rcfrtaerator. The best

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first Wonder) what brings all those I Untied 11.rlo'n th :ron.: office Maid it tux and.rtll..I.dfffcl ban. to nmd'en.-far

(radford High School Journal Giggling Gals and Bashful Boys. brac. the folio win I tr dmec'rib.'d
I property In the County of Ur "'-
from "A" building to "B" building for l, HtKte of "Florida to-wlt:
? Is It those football tellers'I i': 8 Acre of W%! of MWVi fNKVi
Rco 8ft Township, Month.ItJ .
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and cheer leaders ? Someone Just
-- ---- nit. JI8 Kitvt, containing 9 Aor..,
won-tered.: that's all. No law mora or !.....

JDITORIAL: STAFF Davla "Freshman Frills" Senior Biographies One-Act Plays 1 l Honor Roll against wondering.H'irry I I The under.mi..iim the. .nt said of the certificate, said. property l 1.-.

___ Idalou
ditor-ln-chlef Wit** ._ Virginia SeweU Nets Good Sum MARJORIE GUIDERMt.rjorle Are Big Hit ', For January up boys. Make up those l nod.>only.I was. In the name of Unvl I

ports Reporter-____ June BloaeB" For Drive On Chapel Program those feeble minds. Seems the I I'i (Union. iinlil certificate shall. C.redmn.ed .
lor Paralysis I I Tore again we are pleaded to Frefhman Freahles can't get together uncording- law the
Club __________ Patsy Keenocletl properly described therein will l..

____ AUce June Harding Due to the fact that no pies- The dramatic club Is still receiving -, present the names of those students on which pin to take. I i I courthouse sold to the door highest on the bidder. first at Mr.ti-lb.

a News ______ Jewell Powelllee urq driving Is allowed around compliments on the won.I who by their excellent scholastic Who made that pretty button day In the month of March. 1(41.

Club _______ L: ls Newsome these parts nobody does much LL derful performance in chapel Mon achievements have merited! hole I spied down In the Home 1 which 43.Jiateil. la tha let day of March

Kiographles ____ Eva Fay Galney "gadding about" but in spite of it day. James Brooks read the'' having their names placed on our EC. room? She oughta be awarded -, 1045. this 27th dny of January,

V Martha Markey all, Anlce G., Jr. c., Betty T., and scripture and led in the Lord's t metal who ever she Is. Can't (; )14'F l1'lAI. BRAD A. J. Thomas, ,
honor roll for the month of Jan-
R-ep Squad ___-- Shirley Colley "Eyes" R. took a little trip last Prayer Next was a one act play ever tell, kids-. Might have been kirk of Circuit Court of Bradford ,I

EJ BDd ________ Clarice Thomas Sunday afternoon. It was strictly "The Freshman's Ghost," a comedy uary. We are proud of them and Ole' Snoop's work of art. i I County, Florida. 1-29 U I-at

EneclaT Feature ___ Nina Bishop business says Anlce. given by S sophomore girls. hope to see many new ones addedto Q'llo't! a few lassies 'round and'

Edna Edward, Marjorie GrlderI The "Freshman Frills" turned The play revolved around two the list during: the second semester. 'bout seem to have a secret (an- iv roniMTv.rinci'iT' Fi.bmuAi.I'RT, IiIIlFOPlfl IN C'IIAI\- ,

In about $20 for Infantile Paralysis sophisticated sophomores having a !! Honor roll requirements I oth.r secretwhict.. \ I'm gonna try' ) ciJItY.tobCrt MII..heIlLPI..lntlfr. vn. Blbbla! ;I

I EDITORIAL"What and that Is the most that's share their room with a newcomer conslit of grades of "B" or better; and find out aometln' 'bout. They Wall Mitchell, Defendant. fane N... I '
who was a fresman. The of the B. H. 13011. '
been turned In by any class yet. say it concerns one
no "C'a" are allowed since this Is ORDER r>F PltnUCATION ,
are you doing for the Hot stuff eh 1We're girls decided 'to scare their uninvited to be truly an honor roll of top S. larls., (no doubt) I I ANn NOTIOK!: TO APPHAIlHTATH :1'
friend Into leaving. They! OF FLORIDA tor Hlbbl :
l bringing the money fo" ranking students. Someone wrote me a letter Wall Meneral l> ll ...
?" That Is an expressionEbicii : I Mltrhell. ,.
our class pins but at the ratewe're told the story of the freshman KthNln yl.nf; that coffee had been I'a- MrCloud. Texas.
we hear many times a dayEnd going don't be surprised if : Under was born down who had died there and haunted ) tlonoJ. They wanted to borrow You are' required to appear onMarch
:* Bishop Int., 1(41 In the above named -
each time we hear It we reEy the"uophomorea next year break among the orange groves of BowlIng the place. Through an earnest' Juno Bloss me water soaked grounds. Can Court and rattan, wherein plaintiff 'j
Green Florida on January 18 the freshman learned of seeks divorce. Ilradford County
then out with Freshman such ? I
and at- new pins.
| with this or that Idalou Davis you imagine nerve Telegraph shall puhllnh thin Order
If weK.ive Wanda P. seems to be "that 1925. She moved about a great their plot and fake fainted when Edna Edwards I III next four weekly |BBII. ....
mpt to chage the subject deal before coming here but now Witness hand and official
the nophmores scared her. The my
way" about a certain little boy Hire,, comes old to
guilty conscience. MaybeKe : Eva Faye QalneyMtirjorle "myxterloux" seal at Mtark.. Klorldu. thla J..n7FIUII -
a has settled down for a while.
whose with N. and sophmores became very much a- .. 141. !
that spot name starta a Grider tell you all of the latest A little :
sell\ ourselves we been credit to < ) KRAI.) A. J. Thomas,
She has certainly a
larmed when their friend
Kirpl once a week and that Is I he isn't a student of B. II. S. Let'ssee sucpos- Martha Markey bin informed me that Gloria C.,| A. Olerk of Maid. Court. ..
nes defense somebody figure that one out. our school with her high scholastic edly, olmoft died. When she reappeared Zannle Stanley plant to be an F. B. I agent some l T. Frank I.andrum, Stark.., Florida 'l'I
Bnoujh. Perhaps we buy : 1.1IN
average. Her cooperutlveness Atty. for 1'lf. I-S9 41 J-l
they were happy
consider that our Juue P. has a new heart-throb. very Clarice Thomap % day. For her in m alignment she I i _
lamps and They make an outstanding couple and willingness to help out onall Indeed to see her and were willingfor aim TRY finding the Identity of '''
William Baker
Bigh'ful share. But Is It? AreiLe "IIIC'I'IT roi HT. IllIPORi5cii''ry.
doing she A tall brunette and he a tall I occasions la appreciated much by her to be their roommate.The George Flynn your truly. Why "Mama Imii" I Idoesn't ,, FLORIDA IN UA"-! r
doing enough by merely the faculty and fellow students. second play Marrying Be ('KIIV.fleorwe .
red-head. Kenneth MartinI : even know who little Konao Prevail Plaintiff, \
Are we really "fl.
hose things ? I'm i We're, proud that we have such Sh< likes: platinum blonds, IInd,," told of the trouble of Belinda liii Snoop is. .?.....Flash! Latest report Mollo f'revalt. Defenjant. Ca.. No.
Bielplng and doing our part ( 'chewing gum, to work In the In get her lover S304.
trying to "
grand actresses as Wanda, Betty, from Army Headquarters:
Kfrald made Marjorie Davis OHOBIl] OK" IMinLIOATIONANI
that If a were :
survey ,
USO and inhabitant of North 'I I '
an instead of her father's choice In .
atuKlents Lorene, Anlce and Merry Beth as Kvclyn Edward Loieno M. and Maigaret S. have I
what as
Bo determine we, Africa. Dislikes: Cowboy pictures order to Inherit several millionsof OF FIXMUDA to: Idelle
clas mates. Not body has resigned as Captain and Lieutenant. I'
doing for this warKvhich every Phyllis Hazen PrevAtt. whose .address la. Unknown.You '
are mountain1 music, marching, money from her rich aunt. Hoar are required l to on
this to boast about. You gave a Martin they didn't like the appear
In to save the world for deBnocracy and the way her' ring is treating With the help of Belinda's cousin Phyllis Mnroh Int., 104). In the above named ,
--- ida of "of their
would fallEar grand performance girls. Virginia Sewell people talking | Court and rnune. wherein plain
many of us I Betty P. her finger. Also, speaking In she married her lover Just In timeto Company being "lousy." ", tiff. .....k. dlvor,.... Ilradford County f
short. In the.first place ourRfforta I Telegraph hall. publish this OrderIn
public. receive the money. The climaxof Peek10th .
shouldot Speaking of Ihe Army ,remind next four weekly iHKuea.Wltnenn r'
toward this cause
After graduation she Intends to the program was when Nina hand and offlrialHeal ,
me of the man who moved to the my
00 refferred to In terma oftour Home EC GleaningsWe've go In training for a nurse In St. Bishop, Pat Keene, and Freddie Frances Colley city because he heard that the'! I tit Florida, this Jan. ,
Xlth. 1943.
share".., It Is the duty of, Vincent's hospital In Jacksonvilleor Wlmberly sang two selections "I Dorothy Cro.byMl'Ie country was at war. | nary M ir>'1C I A 1. MKAI) A. J. Thomas,

U'veryone to do what he can and completed our curtainsand perhaps to Tallahassee and got Touch of Texas", and "Mr. Edwards .*"" An Clerk of mtlil Court.
do more. How often never have I seen such beau Barbara Keen ,. Douglas Hazen came home last T. Frank andrtim, Btarkn Florida,
hen some major In sciences. Five by Five" accompanied at Atty for .'If. t-xf.. 1-19
tiful before. Really and truly Pansy Reddish Thursday to take a vacation from I
Eli countBOBS ones
) we realize that there are She has In mind the NUI'sesl the piano by Margie Patel. In Its I

thousands who are fightingIth we girls never know what we Corps, after !she! completes her first performance the dramatics CUrlce Rosier U. of F. It's the funniest thing IN (....<-tiT ('....n.r. niiAi>roitufOI'NTtT. J

their very lives to help us? can do until we do it. I In Jacksonville. Could M-try Ellen Wasdln that Vanonja Patel suddenly went '" KMtMIIItl IN: CIIAftIKItV. \
I training club thowed great talent and IntennlvenesH : !. \'
B(3( there anything more valuablehan Our projects seem to be coming/ she be thinking of taking tripto I In which they have Lo'U CrewsC. home with Bettyre I'. Hear she JoBln iiuryldlne Wrllnnn, Plnlnllff. i iVR.

human life t That being,theKase along fine (thank goodness for North Africa? worked. I W. Colson hit bottom hard, and dry.. Incl-' No... l"2071.amar Wellonn, Defendant ( ...e '

then let's not attempt to that). Some are cooking planning Well, Marjorie, here's to your : K.LK.: Mnrle Grlder "*<..1.1I l dcntly she fell before! she met him.\ '>m)Kn OF prritiiCATiONANI
efforts. Our government for four Sundays Cat log Meyer Weren't, those two plays given NUTITn AIM'KAK
imit our serving success and may you do as well I I STATE OF' F1X>IUI>A to: Lamar
Bisks all that we have dinner and ) some Burton Prince by tho dramatics club last Mon-i WellnnN, 'vl> la Car
that we put ( supper in tho future as you have In the "He residence *

nto It. The Red Cross needs are making Red Cross skirts, embroidering past. The senior class Is very I Vox Pop, Jr. Oth day Viand! Almost split my sides ottsvili You ,.are N. required C. l to appear An

Ibelp as does the Observation ToBwer I sets for bouffets, etc. proud of you. Dear Editor, Herbert! Prince laffinif. We really should Invite March .* ., 1(43, In the .above num.
Robert Turner It talent scout out from HollywoodIt ed Court and cause. wherein plaintiff
and the Civilian Defense or- And last but not least some of us' My boyfriend. .Is eight years ," ae,.k a dlvorre. Ilradford ganijations. We have a Job wait- are making dresses.. All of this O ELLJONESSeptCmber older than I. He doesn't look old Lila Ray Caldwell teems that Mrs. Ball wan Tel..raph shall publish this Order
ling for us and any hesltency onlour has to be done at home and in 5, 1926 was the birth- er thin' 21 but 'lie fact Is he's 25.I Gloria Cooper very InquUlllve about why a cer-, In next four my weekly hand. leiiuee.Wltneim and .official

the outcome of classroom Esther!' Grlffla lain Freshman from the U. of F. seal at Htarke, Florida, this Jan
part may delay I not a regular part our date ot our Odell Jones. Green re.illy think an awful lot of him '
8th visited her class lbs other KSlh. 1943.tlrIl'lClAf. .
fit the war. We can't afford toDose activities.It's Cove Springs was the recipient and this feeling seem!*! to be mu- Biology (:; OlgA!.) A. J.; Thomas.,.
for all that we hold dear isEat funny to see- city of this now brown-haired, tual. Would you advise me to Marion Drown day. Could there be some hidden As Clerk of said Courl.T. .
Frank andrum, Starke. Florida
stake. Lets get down to work Gloria and Easley coming in green-eyed boy now 5 feet 10 inches give him up, or,forget hiM age? Joyce Moore reason? I Atty. for 1'lf. 1-19 4t )-l*

land he able to talk loud-when weEhear with a big sack under their arms lull and 150 pounds. Too Young (U ) Elmer Johns If anyone wants to blackmail I -

the question "What are you and all of us wondering what's In r Odell's school record began.in 7th .. anyone, all he has to do Is tell IV flNCI'IT' ;; ;; IIR".ORlt
Dear Too Young. June BellDonna "my fet bird" and will 'tell me.. (COITcTY.. FLOHIDAS .N ('PisINEtcH -
doing for the war? it. # Green Cove. He made two gradesIn V.leorEn ,
his that Is If hedoe.tn't
I Forget age Lou Cannon __.Now talk about !111! .
I I. L. D. Mandy and Louise' laughing at one year; so he was off to a corn ( Tendler Plaintiff va. Mary
act much older than you. Ona Demorest Ima Snooper Jr. T.ndler, Pefendant. case No **I3.DRPKIl [
the same time about somethingthat good start. Soon he moved to OF PITBL.HATIONANH
If you get along together, thenwhat' Ruth Johnson Well how do like this
into their y'all NOT1CB TO APPMAK ,
suddenly comes StarUe! and came to school here.
Junior Red Cross years? OF VUOKIOA to: Mary -
Edith Manning news? Remember It all came directly T.nII.r
minds. Since 1934 he has come to this Kdilor.: whose residence In 44i '

I There are ,times, ,when earnest .Oh well. it's4 ,time for, me to school.He a ouri Audery Ann Prevail -i- from the news box just North llth Street. Newark, New I
Dear editorI Jersey '
Robert Frazier i' exactly' as It was written. Not a
endeavoring goes unrecognized quit jabbering and call a halt to has a particular liking forhor" I You are required. to appear on
but 'there more times thatBt this says your tattletale- .!,.. football, boxing and acertain :nm a sports minded little boy Roy Harrelt j line was changed. If you liked March let.. 1. 4 8,. In the above ,
are even
the named Court and caune. wherein
who would like to learn RI.tof William Smith JIma the col. this week, please drop a
Is appreciated and enjoyed. Susie little freshman. Amongthe plaintiff ....k. dlvorre. r.dford. I t
making girl friends. How doI note to the news box telling us County: Telewraph shall publleh this ''k
vTbat was the case when the JunBlor things distasteful to are Ito about developing a lasting about It. If you didn't, you mightlet I Order In next four weekly inn..... ': I ''r
conceited people, snakes and SnooperWell Witness hand and official eal
Red Croup! made the lovely Junior Jingles my ''l
friendship with some lovely young its know about that too. f
marching In physical ed. I I at Htarke, Florida, this January j It
Christmas favors and sent them '
Bout to Camp Bland Ing to decorHate Well well how did You Juniors Afrer graduation Odell plans to lady ? Curious. twirl my turban, man Ima and Jr. 28th(( FJ'I:, 1943.'LAtR.ttLhou.. A. J. ThomueAi J'' I I,

'enter the Army, or rather he alive, watch 'thone Jtvln' jlvel'sjlve -or- I .
the Dramatics
like the little play that -
-he Christmas morning trayshaC'went FloridaAtty .
Dear Curious, __Th0.8e gals did It in Office supplies of all kind for 10. K. Perryman, Htarke, I
out to the patients. ItRmeait Club put on for you last rays! Uncle Same plans for him to really for Plf. 1-d 4t Jliv
it enter the Army. If it's friendship you want. and chap-il other morning__even had xulo at The Bradford County _
much to allot those Monday I thought was '
boys and the commanding officerent O. K. And say don't you think We, the Seniors, want you to be surely that IH all you want at this the, principal Jumpln'This Telegraph.t I FLOHIUAl IV CHAKiKilna "
time, why not Just be nice to all '
us an expression of appre- that those three cutles who sang very successful Odell. And W4f week your re-port-port- ruin IT COI'RT, n""UFonn 1ieffer' Plaintiff vs., Howard
would know that can.WILSON of the young ladles Be courteous In takln vacation and cni'iTV.'' Fi.omuAi t\ CIIAM- .. .. 1S06.
pclatioii which we In turn send toBevery for us are swell Sure you porter! a Kleffer. Defendant ( e N. .
quiet and friendly. Develop ('YoRl' Citildlt/ OF PITBL1CATIOM 4
member of the organization like 'lo hear more of It. putting In the news we have received Fannie Victoria' Pltrh..r, I'lnlntlff, AND NOTICH TO APPBAK.MTATB .
OKEKN your sport talents and you will be via the box don't vn. John Krunk, I'ltchvr, Defendant. .
who helped with this worthwhile Wbat do you know? Those news so OF FIXMtlDA to: Howard -

contribution. The Red Cross of- Junior girls have done gone and The time was August 4. 192S; surprised how quick the girls take be surprised at what you" read. Can No. 2307.OltDKH Of. I.It'ATJON Frnnkford.Kleffer Pennsylvania.(Ian era I Delivery .' t
flee also wrote us that the coathangers i dood it again. They were the the place was Brooker; the per-: not I.:".. If It'. corny; remember'II from ANt NOTICK TO AI'FKAIlHTATK You are renulred to appear An ) I
UK KU>Kir>A to! John .
which our school raised : belles of the ball last Monday at son was Wilson Green. Yes Just Kditor.: the rtudents themselves. Here Prank Pltrhor, llcnornl' I IllHIerton March<:<>urt Int.and, 1943.cause In the wherein above nlaln-nam r 1

knd the other schools in the coon- the dance at the USO. But Margaret 16 years ago a brown-haired, Dear Editor goes___.._. N. Y. u.llv.rY'1 I..d aeeke divorce. Ilradford CountyTelegraph .
You rnulriMl to
ar. "
y were duly received and put toRise. S. was really the belle. She gray-eyed boy. now, a senior with May I have a small apace on Pick Up News-Wonder- where March., lit,' 1943 In-thir Bbov app.ar nam-on In next four shall'weekly publish laauaa this Order ',i),

It 19 encouraging when weknow : was crowned the queen of the dimensions! I S' 8" and 125 pounds the ttchool page, each week to Dorothy Watterson got that cute tiff"ourt.eeit.. "dlvor m| I-HUM,'.. liradford whoroln County pl..ln- I|I Witness. my hand and officialcOal 'K;
thla Jan-
that we can do a good thing, Starke USO. Congratulates was born in Brooker. write on a biological subject? little watch. Say Dot how do you, '!'.l,niuph Mlmll. publish this Order. ". at:25th.Htarke.l)43. ,* ,f
.. ,
Buid be recognized for it. The Margaret. Sure did make a. beau- Wilson began hla life In the aca Reader.- do it? Oh! yes girl he's In the i In Wltnem n xt four my wfnkly hnnd I"ami HU, ".official I (OFFICIAr. HEAT.) A. J. Thomas, 'I

Vunlor Red Cross is a vital partIff tiful queen and say, that aho' wasa demy of learning at Brooker Dear Reader, Merchant Marine. I ..nl at Htarko. ...Iurld... this Jan I I T.An Frank Clerk t.itndrum.of said Court.Starke, Florida. "I
for whera be spent nine years. From Wo want you, to contribute to uar 18th. 1043.OYP'ICIAL \i
king that picked Ally for Pit. I.. 41 1-1. \
defense and can be quite use- Cub you I Barbara Home looks so pleasant ( ; RKAt) A. J. Thomim.. ,
"]. We have that and younalf, kid. there he came to Starke to fur- our paper but I'm afraid that we she A* Clerk of said ('ourl.T I I
when gets letter from Mam.
proven a
of ther his knowledge. He has been can 'lot promise you a space every Frank undrunt, Ht..rk*, Florida' iv: nnrriT (' t'RT. ttnnrnnnt'OI'NTY ;1
here are many other chances ItBve H ".ird Judy McKae one our Thelucky boy m Coast GuardSman Atty. for I'lf. 1.29 4t 3-19 : r..OHm" IM <'IIACKnv *-
since. I week However. ,I would advise\ it
has received an in- ever
only look populir boys, -and If'"you"must see him, Frank ('. Plow. I.....
Plaintiff v -
about.I. do has lo axtlcleintotheNews
Wilson, as most people you put your
vttatlan to attend a nice tea t
L. D., open Bab's locket. nora C. Illowe, Defendant. Case 1'1. ,
ty ''it the Reception Center,par-I his likes and dislikes. Among his Box and you may be sure :\oOTleM OK APPLICATION 1600. -
and (all that will what be done Jean Adkins lOOKS no lonesome FOR T\\; IIKKK onnicn OF PUBLICATION '
likes hunting fishing we see can
fcook I hear that 'J! are
Camp Blanding. 4**...<. Hill '.o.. ,fl." ANt NOTICB TO APPISAIt8TATM
Of dashIng 'I
The that Joe that
to welcome him Into the Army.So outdoor life) and eating. Twothinis about it Your Interest Is appreciated. now English NtJTlCH JS! IIBKKIir IIVKW.. OK FIXmlUA to !<.... ,
1 tale wl,lch he detests are silly It makes us feel good to Don'Juan Is In the Navy. That O. W. Hall holditr of TalC nora (?. Rlowe" whose residence. InU "
"The We Juniors I
Christmas Bride", by sorry Judy. of the Week__Sure do fVrtlflcute No. 389. luiiued. the 8th K. Patrick St., Frederick. Mary
prace Livingston, ,Hill is .truly an to give-you up but Uncle Sam la glrll! and alcoholic beverage. know that people are reading ourpaper. Questions. 'rt"'- "f Amm A i,), UI, ban fund land.You '
wonder who's all those to
Wilson sending are required appear an t
nte-estlng and entertaining book. calling. Sure would like to takea Following March Int.. I.a.: In the above ';
t i Is the story of a man whobade crack at those ,Japs myself.We thinks that he will work awhile Editor letters to Margie Reddish every named Court and cause, wh.rel.l I i \.11pUlntlff
week? I'm Just ponderln andponltrln' AT FIRST neeke divorce. BradfordCounty
and then to college to
a fortune in the wept! and wish you' the best of hick, go preparefor ''lGI' OF'' -D Telegraph h-ll publish this I
amo back the east the profession of civil engi Question of The Week Order In next four weekly. Ixnuee.Wltn ,
to hi.'bome In Judy.
... '
It b high Ideal but Who's" graduation ring Is AnlceG. my hand and official lnt [
to spend! it. When he 'arrived, as I W<\M I guess it's curtains for neering. a I Htarko Florida, Ibis' January '
ate week ______ we know if If Is left to,Wilson, he What do you think of ,PhysicalEd wearing aird., 194i., (
would have It, he met. a girl this says your : '
Where could Betty Jean H. and GY666 4th. 1 4S.
will attain it; for he has been ? : "
tvho was very,poor. She waa un- Junior tattler. I (0941C1A1. SEAL) A. J. 'Thomas :,
R. been when
In applying himself Carolyn, they A. Clerk of "
Coruclous to the most diligent JuJy: Me.-I think we should said Court.
and ae to6k while with were absent Tuesday? ('Caries.. Miller JaekaonvllU.. ) Fl... "
studies us.
aospi-al! forfer. to his have ROTC and not try to learnto T. Frank Fla.Attve. .. ,
tndrum Htarke
After and got the best care Senior Class NewsAs march during ,Physical Ed. ,Why Is Myrtle Thomas so happy 666 TAW.ET5. SALVE. NOSE DROPS for Plf. 1-2 _41 I-U ,

many dlscouragmentsBapplnese GLADYS &OPEK BRADLY these days Could It b! that she ,
:Mr Joe Andrews and Bobby T.Bortng.Carnita ,
was found by each you know,
Is hearing from that nice-looking

pregory, the millionaire, does allfie George Flynn our have President and to'' Another May 13.Georgian 1925. was This welcomedon time at Louise' C.-Sorta H.-It'a great.silly. senior who just joined the Navy? I "WHY GO FISHING ? .\!

good he can with his moneyBund Vice-Presldent gone I
I think the gentlemen's name Is
Macon. namely, Gladys Loper stinks.
C. F.
Oxford. We held a Boyer-It
makes many people happy. Emory at After living there for Mr. Ernest Davis. Am I right, GO TO ;
Penally Mr. Gregory marries theklrl class meeting on Friday to vote BraJly. Elton P.-Don't think much of Myrtle 1Wonder NEWSOME'S MARKET"Fresh
only tour years, she with her it-
I should elect
whom he found. whether or not we

I B. I* B.Pth another President and \lc -Prt> family moved to Theressa. She Rf'berta-I love It. parties they who are is behind having all around those Water and Salt Water Fish Shrimp etc. "
andViceChairman. attended school in Thres four Bishop M.-Grand idea.
dent or an acting Chairman and then to Hampton where D.-It.s Graham? Me thinks its that Live and Dressed Poultry, Fruits and VegetabfrwNEWSOMESMARKET
The latter wan years Getty reducing every.
Grade Girls handsome football player, Arnold
she completed the ninth grade.
bell beforeour body. I r II v ,
The rang
voted upon. Since then she has been a student Wasil In. I heard that he can really
horesomesometimes. '
I but the Myrtle Dobbn-Pretty '
The half of the clasa that has meeting was over, put 'em over. :

|"en having study' ball Is now Chairman has been elected and Is I On of November BHS.. 14, 1942, .she was r I Selma Rivers seems to be happy ::1
P'vlng Home Be. We enjoy it William Baker, Shirley married to Clyde Bradly who ,Is dence course In, English 2. she her of. late. She Just got a .

|ery much. our Secretary, presided at the now In Camy Shelby. Miss She will be -able to" complete High letter from "Just a little sailor Next Door To New Method Cleaners ..On Tenple. .Ave.

I In Science we are studying meeting. M I intends .to Jol.. her husband as School In three years. While dressed'In blue", saying be was I t I
:J. B.
V'ant and animal life; no one has soon as she finishes her courses In here she has specialized In com coming home on furlough. -- -- f
Ured a cocoon yet. but we hope I Bradford High.: After the war, merlclal subjects and Intends to All the kids call ,Mary Weldon p -U i.}

|hey SQOH will ao we may have a 7th Grade BoysWe i they plan to return to Starke and extend her knowledge In this type "Lucky"' Now I wonder why We Do Superior Work J
fiance: to see a butterfly come make their home. We hope that of work by taking a business Couldn't be anew BF? Ole t 1
fut. haven't had a perfect day 'you will find peace and security course In Jacksonville. She hopes Snoop would like to know his r rrrrs S- ",,

I JlUot think' only four more yet, hut our number'of' absences here two essential factors for future -I to obtain a position after completing name if the Information Isn't one For Better Cleaning 1 I I 'r

pionth* of school and then summer has decreased. We hope to havea happiness. her course there. of these deep dark secrets that .J
'acation. perfect day soon. She likes tennis, swimming; and are excltln some of the kids. I ,{

I I Ruesa shoe rationing will not Our library has furnished some LUCILLE .JOHNSON fruit; dislikes conceited people DOMESTIC DONATIONS:Tbo.e ,w.

fvorry Elizabeth Lawson's hone perfectly wonderful books. We On the 20th of August. 1926, and chicken (can you !map!) Domestic Doras of the Home EC. TRY THE ji '

pecau'!e she tells me she has pur- are very,proud of them. Lucille Johnson arrived In Gainesville If past experience: has anythingto classes have been busy little bees NEW METHOD CLEANERS l tMr. ,

hazed her a new pair of shoes. Claude Johns Florida for a brief stay. do with the future, we can look lately making and of course putting -

1 We are glad to report one perfect P.S. We are Just recoveringfrom When she was about two years old back and be positive that she will up curtains. Josle Skipper and Mrs. E. O. Edwards Owners \'

day on our list, now we hare some very difficult exams. she moved to Keynone where she succeed. Here's to you and the most broke her pretty little neck \ v "

pnly nineteen more days to make now resides. After finishing the future that you wtil help to make puttllg them up. Keep It up SIS Temple Your Patronage Ph"ee \t i r,

for that holiday. scbooL So Ion&- ,. eightn grade In Keystone she came I secure by your willingness to do Josle. Youll get those curtains Avenue Appreciated isa I J

I We are glad to have Barbara Moore. to Starke. By taking a correspon- your part. I hung yet (If they don't hang you - - -
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Hoyd and Joan SUenle back to :Joyce N.f f




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'Ii"'l1I ;'',, :

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tissue-thin layers off unall of your back. I olyn CStreet'make her home
covered with a pretty cloth, was or more
with nuts Then after an hour, one sick N. T. Rltch among the
11:1 o SOCIETY and CLUBSOld placed on the lawn, under the i pastry, filled ground
and rplces and the whole thing thought will persist many sprouting gray hair over
shade of tall trees; yellow jessa- -
: ._ __.u_ _____. __ .__ u -- .-- --, -- -' .-.-,- mine was used.for" decorating I simply dripping with luscious 'You'll be able to aay, '"I ONCE the Income tax_. r

Mmmm! Understand had a cyst." -
table, which was centered by a honey
; :H ) Hickory i Jones-Norman Marriage Miss Nettie Dowling large white cake on which were ife practically a day's workto Peeped. In the U S 0 kitchen"

i : Buffet Supper And Dance Solemnized Saturday Weds Sergeant; Lee placed tiny yellow candles. turn it out, and I' can well Then! back ,In the ward-the Tuesday afternoon an' found LJZ

In Home CeremonyA Imagine, see In' the trouble I have same ole refrain Nasworthy, Bertha Pearce, invi
: Gimea and contests were enjoyed -I
I la Colorful Event Mian Margaret Jeanette Norman with one mea ley little crust '"How many stitches? Do you DavisMrs.. Lott and a couple

,"j daughter of Mr. and Mrs. quiet marriage, characterized after which the. hostessesserved Gallopln' Gossip: Hear a comely feel any pain?" khakllads e 1 b events
of the most coffee wafers ;lee cream
One ;
: \ Eddie Norman of Starke, and by beauty and simplicity, was youn lady rode all the way You must lie on your stomach, deviled eggs, salad, etc
of the season" was the "Old Hickory" and cake. The honor guests were
:-1; at the USOI -I I1 Thurman Jones, son of ,Mr. and that of Miss Nettle Stroman Dow- mementoes of from Blending to Starke tother the nurses decide All the makln'a for the buffet .
dance given gifts as
:', : 'I Mrs. Robert Jones of Homestead, ling when she became the brideof presented day ia the lap of "Uncle" Benny (You couldn't do anything else, tupper served at the dance

+ .1 YMCA at 8:30: o'clock' of Tuesday were married in a quiet cere- Sergeant Wilson Graves Lee the occasion. Wltkovskl!! Seems the bus- 'if you tried" !) Tuesday night This swell.
t t.".' !j evening for the 'boys of the 30th mony at the home of the bride's on Tuesday afternoon at four o' These ladles are all"young wivesof one of those trailer affairs, witha To top ,It all off, as a small gant spread was supervised and

quarters Company I afternoon, Jan. home of her mother, soldiers stationed at Camp treat.Thy've arranged by that
+ A parents. Saturday clock, at the cab in front and the long body added super-auppei
-I r\:\ Division at Camp Blanding.the occasion,' 30, it 5:30: o'clock. Mrs. S. 8. Dowling, on North Blandlnc;, and the ladles are living swinging behind-was packed I also decreed that you engineer, Jeannette Kincaid
"f' crowd enjcyed
large by the The Rev. J. T. Barnes performed Walnut St. The ring ceremony at Halle's Tourist Camp.! with soldiers, some of them moreor don't have' to eat! Lovely'' tangerine dress. you wore
the music being'furnished
i j r' band. During intermission tha ceremony in the presenceof was performed by the Rev. G. C; letts beered .'Uncle Ben anda Jeannette ., Liz very pretty |ii

I 120th Infantry Major Hal D. McCown relatives and ate close i Powell of the Methodist': church, Mrs. Hitch: Elected lady passenger were Up front For 'weeks; you get<<: dressings, white an' 'black, while Mrs. Koch's
; brief address. friends. in thd presence of the Immediate Woman's Club PresidentAt with the driver when another' gal and then there's that "pack:' blue lace was the perfect comple.

,4. J gave a bride 'Navy :blue I family and a few trlends.I appeared at the door and beggedto Mikes" you feel powerful' good ment for her' silver'tresses
Wednesday '
w. gay The Grand March was led by The >wore a Meeting 'voluble
\ Those two
where be let in rather than ride In when lie on back. vocalizers
I The living room you your
soldier dress, trimmed in white, and her
Mia Freddie WImberly and a -
'I accessories were also Navy. : guests assembled was made more t The Woman' Club met Wed- back with the roughnecks.., ("It's healing quite ,well" says Nina Bishop and' Freddie Wim-
y Vocal trios were
P rJi, escort. attractive with baskets of nesday afternoon and elected the The only available space left was the Captain at last, berly, wowed the boys .with their
; U'i sung by Misses Freddie WIm Mrn. Jones' home was in Wav- rendition of "Got 'a Touch
1 r narcissi, pink gladioli,. vases of,following officers for the com in Uncle Ben's lap and the'young "You can look at your cyst as :; ofTexu"
: Keen and Nina Bishop Starke
Patsy Fla. before '
berly erly coming tb "Mr. ZxS"
'Jt; calla Mllles and Othel"'wbtle" How-] ing club year: president, Mrs. 'H. lady'readily 'agreed to occupy it i thing of the past. and ; accom.
., and tap dance. were givenby about six months with her
ago, era Tall candles shed a soft,light C.. Rltch; first vice president, rather! than ride in back .. "I'm sure you will find it's no panied at the keys by Margie
f ("1 Mrs. Clovls. parents, to make their home. Patel Altogether, a very .
over the impressive acene. Mrs. K. G. Duncan; second vice bother, a bit, successful
The Refreshment Committeewas Mr. Jones was originally from The bride was never more attiactive president, Mrs. Ellery M. Davis; Yes, folks If you can lie flat "Just a mite of discomfort \ evening As most of
11' headed by Mrs. J. W. Kin- Jackson' Miss. and to Flor- them are In Starke of late
came than In her wedding third vice president, Mrs. R. A. on your stomach in a hospitalbed when trying'to alt!
i' cald as chairman and Mrs. C. H. ida about three years ago with Who remembers the dear dead
LA Mar frock of powder Green; fourth vice president Mrs.E. an' still keep your sense of -
dress, a
..jNaawfrthy, co-chairman and they his parents. He la an employeof blue bilk fashioned on becoming 1*. Mathews?-recordingsecre humor)i ,then, my lad, you're a So you leave C-19-that horrible days'and( I DO mean dead) when
t. were ably assisted by Mrs. Ellery 'tha Starke Coca Cola Bottling crepe the ,lId: refrain was "nothing
; ; ever
t lines and her accessories tary. Mi'si.EtlrtlfM:*Biggs;'treas man: 1 ij. .J Seems ,that Pvt., Ben ward.
tili! : M. Davis, Mrs. I* W. Koch, Mrs. Co., and he, and his bride will of white. She wore a match-l urer,"Mra. A. Z.'rAdklius: corresponding Bliss'of the' 120th Infantry cornea Where the docs pass ether happens here"? Now all we
O. 1. Beaaley, Mrs. L. C. McRae, make their home in Starke. I were have to worry about is whether
and his wife Lord
''i' I Ing blue-flower.] al toque 'to which secretary. M r s. Grace under this category while you praise the ;
.' and Mrs. Bertha Pearce. Mrs. short white veil wag Wainwright who works In P. S. Stores (Blan- And the other cyst cases who we'll have ''strength enough to

't.I:"" .! Grace Wainwright was chairman Moody-Byrd I I a and her corsage was attached'i The meeting was "presided over ding Center branch) has give me snored In your face- make the rounds! Melancholy
Committee. The
of the Hostess
to reprint a little Ye all of that's butthere's Maisie doesn't live here anymore,
the Miss permission! poem gone,
gladioli. by retiring president
Decoration Committee consistedof 'afternoon Jan. 30 .
: Saturday but Gadabout Gertie seems definitely
that Ben wrote while doing a still trace
r Miss Irene Mathew chairman, Miss Jessie Mae Byrd, daughter I'' M"i. Lee i 114 the only daughterof and' I len Evelyn transacted Stump,her Mrs.duties Charles as secretary Al-- stretch in the Blending hosp. ,. For there In the yet records a ,No. 4 here to stay '. So long;
Mrs. S, S Dowling '
Miss Freddie Wimberly of Mr. and Mrs. Ernest
4 W H. Hart I Here 'tis. : rn the list, ,.' See you in the next '
Mra. ,
and gave
Sewell and Miss June Bios. came the bride of Pvt. Wallace late Mr. Dowling, and she was ,
l A jar on a shelf holds the .
for the --Carolyn.may.
A color scheme of red, white, Moody, In a quiet ceremony at graduated from the Bradford the treasurer's report past Ode to a IMlonldal Cyst fehost of your cyst.
blue'wu in County High School. Sgt. Lee in month. Annual reports were heard
and carried out the the Courthouse performed by Ward C-19 Is seldom idle-
ball room. On each side of the County Judge E. K. Perryman.Pvt. a ;'son of Mr. and Mrs. J. A. from the Junior Woman's Club In medical circles, It's the ward )

stage was a tall white basket Moody was originally from Lee of Hopewell, Va. He was and in the absence of the presi- Look out men! If your,

filled with red and white gladioli, Memphis, Tenn., and has been graduated from Hopewell Highchool I dent, Miss Fiances Peek, the re- Whero."pllonldal"Captain, Fredrlcksongoes ,wlv later attended HiwasseeCollege port was read by Miss Fay Peterson whole boss around the house ,
and the Valentine motif was used. stationed: at Camp Blanding for: ; just
dally to grapple
The "Old Hickory" Insignia was about eight months. at MadlHonvllle, Tenn., Then followed annual re- blame It on Mrs. Crooks, the retired '
Each lowly cyst with probe, I
placed la the center of the decorations and before entering the Army porto by the Librarian, Mrs. missionary who spoke at
Mr. Moody was IS of age drain and scalpel.
and in front of' each years was employed" by the Newport Jeanette C. Young; and reports the Woman's Club !
last May, was In the 7th grade at "Just alt In the tub," says the Wednesday I
,, second, third and
from the first !
}' member of the orchestra was a News Shipbuilding and Dry Dock afternoon r Told the
BH3. but had been for the pant comforting Captain, .
t red, white and blue heart made Company, at Newport News, 'Va. fourth vice presidents.Tha the women, of Thailand rule (he'"!
few months employed in a laundry "If worst comes to worst, we'llcall
G of cardboard.The At present he IH stationed at program chairman Introduced roost! handle all the cash, and ifl
outside In the
just Camp niandlng. chaplain.
punch table In the main Camp Blandlng. Mrs. Florence B, Crook; the henpecked husband wants any
She will live with her ,
rotunda was overlaid with a lace the present. For her goln :away dress the who was formerly a missionaryto Then comes the big day-you're spending money, he has to beg'

cloth, centered with a punch bride wore a becoming Spring Thailand, who gave an excel- out of your rut; for It! .. Saw several' lassies I
Gout suit of light-shaded beige lent address on the subject "Thai- VERY clone attention
bowl, on each side of which was Fine Program PlannedFor Captains F red I' I c k son and payln' toj I .
t a large heart, mada from the and her blue hat wan an off-the- land and Its relation to current Wheelan have decided to cut. this part of the speech so It

corsages of all colors which were Silver Tea face model to which was attached events in the Pacific." She stilted You! notice the nurses, their looks klnda bad for you miserable '

r later given to each girl attendingthe a sheer veil. Mr. and Mrs ;hat the people of this countryare eyes strangely gleam. I I males. -, Personal nominationfor
dance. Elaborate plans are being made Lee went to St. Augustine for a calling on America to help fondest grandmother In these

for the silver tea to be held at short honeymoon trip. them against the Japanese aa And Into your. arm goes a shot parts: Claire Chapman And
In the dining room a elab- of morphine.Two
very the Woman's Club from 4 to 6 The out of town guests were: they are not in sympathy with who can blame her? Judging'I
orate table was prepared, the cen- men with a wagon come j
P. M. Wednesday afternoon under .Ir. and MI'.. W. C.Stroman, ofTalla.lJaARee the government of Japan. hasten from the snapshots Fielding III' '
: terpioce being red carnations and to your doom
the sponsorship of the CAmp ; Mr. and Mrs. James MM. R. J. Davis presented Miss Is an adorable youngster .
yellow daffodils, flanked on each I By rolling you off to the op'ratIn' EXPERT SHOE
and Committee of which
Hospital McDonald
side God old, Miss Kate Loulia Stern who gave a lovely Leila Mundy voices the opinionof
by tall red tapers. Red and room.
Mrs. K. G. Duncan 10. chairman I Miss Jane Mac Donald and Mrs., which "ill the when she REPAIRINGNothing
white mints in silver compotes, piano number, after temptIng < : girls" avers
::11 Mrs. J. W. cochairman. '
and Klncald Godbold all of Jucknon-
and silver trays filled with hors This tea Is given for the vllle.M. B. light refreshments were served First comes the "spinal" that Rotary day !is the house- But Top Quality

d'ouevres of stuffed celery, dainty purpose! of raining funds for the oy Mrs., James Lewis Mis.Balnn stab from the rearYoar keeper's, lifesaver Gives 'ema Leather Used
Sandwiches, shrimp salad and Alvarez, Mrs..W. B. Mundy legs start to stiffen; and
day room of the 110th Infantryat chance to clean out the refrigerator -
Surprise Birthday Party D. E
t cake were served.. Mrs. H. C. Ritch Mis. then disappear! TheElectric

Mrs.. C. ,A. Knight and Mrs. cordially Camp Blandlng.Invited to The attend.public is For Two HonoreesA Knight, and Mrs. L. H. Jennings. With scalpels and drains, the ?;!! ., Note from Dosbta Shoe Shop

t Ben Sandier presided at the punch doctors' attack, (Smith) Brown, still In Tampa j
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bowl; Mrs. W. H. ,Nollman and :Th4, program will consist of cleverly planned surprise 1 New Arrival .?' > ft Reposing their tOOls In the 'Says the Telegraph and'Car,'' Aero From Park,
Mrs. Bertha Pearce at the coffee plan numbers by Pvt. William birthday party was given by

urn; and Mrs. L W. Koch served Pore; vocal solos by Pvt. John Elmer Warner, Mr MI'S'j Lt, and Mrs. George E. Man- I ,

I' the rhrimp salad. Mrs. Bernice Powell, baritone; and other num- Houston and Mrs. Fled anaa announce the birth of a "

Opp rman, Mrs. Julius L. Thorn I I bers. The Buchanan Studio, ofI honor ''of'the joint birthday anniversaries baby girl on Wednesday, Feb. 10.

and Miss Della Rosenberg also I I the Dance, of Gainesville, will put of Mrs. Kenneth Tickle : in the Alachua County Hospital, .

r tc aanlsted In the dining room. on :a program of dancing Includ- and Mrs. Don White, on Tuesday i Gainesville. Before her marriage,

ing toe dancing, acrobatic dancIng afte.-noon. Mrs. Manaaaa waa Miss Betty Having .,, .

Fellowship Class tap dancing and interpretive While one of the hostesses took Stringfellow of the'State Farm ri"

dancing.at the honor guests for an automobile --

To Enjoy Social 8 o'clock. ride, tha ,other hostesses Office Sap p ne..:,..- Bradford lIn : .
made all arrangements. A table County Telegraph."
The Young Adult Fellowship This class boasts five teachersone -

ClaM of the Methodist Church for each regular Sunday In A COLD WAVE -

School, Mrs. .Dv P. Carpenter, the month and the "occasionalfifth

President, wilt ,have, Its,monthly Sunday". They are: Fred Carolyn Callstreetl social and businessmeeting at Guy Mrs. Carpenter, Mrs. Grace

the home of Judge and Mrs. E. K. Wainwright, Rev. O. C. Powell,

Perryman next Tuesday evening and W. H. Nollman.
the past few years, Leila's has been given a

!t< I ..., First they took away our gas, 10-cent men!" ? ,. >" "I beg your variety of permanent-waving methods, to match

Put UN on our feet, alas! I IJS' I pardon," corrected, :,.Mr. .Priest. ." ,up to the variety of types of hair she is con-

kf H. O. BROWN \v th..y'rt' cutting down 'on ":5c pointing( to Edt) ,to $1(pointIng ". : stantly coping with. One of the newest discoveries .

..audal8 proudly to himself)!1" is the Cold Ray machineless And
Income Tax Specialist How can I keep> up with Incidentally: hear Ed has got an- the hairdressing salon of Primrose House has
MCaDdsbJ or other notice from the '
BRADFORD COUNTY ABSTRACT OFFICE -- Board and thinks 'It's the real recommended Cold Ray particularly for "problem

:Might *ffn likea laughing thing this time ., Ditto Keith ;, hair." They have had great success giving this

,STARKE, FLORIDA matter to you folks, but he who Gebhardt (Blandlng,1.Postal Telly) chemical permanent to women with bleached

last must have coupla for his 1st physical hair over-permanented hair fine hair
laughs a who went ,,, or baby -
Each Monday; Tuesday, Friday & Saturday pairs of hoes hoarded away in Wednesday .. Hear Henriettawas .. .. as well as to many kinds of perfectly normal

the closet Personally, my so depressed" .she couldn't hair.
i soles were so worn I had nothingbut knit for droppln' stitches tother '

A few pieces of old cardboard afternoon .- 'Sa girl for Betty There is no machine used for this wave-

SEA FOODS', CHICKEN DINNERS between me and the groundltchas an' George (Lt.) Mannssa and no metal. It's all done with chemitals,

It was, so how I'm going to Congrats! George arrived "; wooden winding rods, and wooden clips The

STEAKS CHOPS do my spotting and jotting from from Atlanta Just in time for ; hair is first wound In very small sections, close

now on Is a problem that has me the big event Incidentally, I to the scalp (there's 'no heat to worry about,,.you

I plucking the counterpane at hear Pauline To rode Is'' racln' the ",1" see). Then the chemical is freshly mixed and
TEMPTING. TASTY SANDWICHES night Guess I'll have to depend stork to Meridian., )fin. .. sprayed the ,
DELICIOUS HOME MADE PIES more than ever on my good Hope she makes It!, i 'J:... over wound-up hair. Absorbent .
pads are then clipped onto the rods
friends who keep me' ported via over the
I" I the post cards So, heave bo, Chunge of Scene: Mariua RIs- lotion-wet hair-to blot up the solution. Before -

N me> hearties .Dip that'pen In Icy, the tltlan-t o p p e d NCCS \ the hair Is unwound, a second, neutralizing '.:,.

,A\. & A. LUNCHEONETTE vitriol' or anything else you have dynamo, will soon transfer to ", ,.. solution is sprayed over the hair., '

handy, and help keep the ole col. Charleston, S. C., .Tommy an'
In Park Theatre Bldg. ___. Starke, Florida flyln' Opal Gomes an' baby dotter leav- Then the hair is ready for shampooing, and

I In Blending for Mississippi '. setting. But even before the hair is set, it falls

.An speaking: of postcards. Robert Myrick from Tyndall Fieldto into natural-looking waves without the least bit

here' a plaintive little plea received Hunter Field. Savannah Ga. of extra coaxing.

.VAUGH N'S CASTLE LUNCH this week from Joe Andrew Everett McKinney from

an' George Flynn. two Blending to Camp Claiborne La.

senior senores who chucked BHS S. O. Denmark from Key .
v T r. u
1 la*' week to enter the portals of West to Camp Pendleton. Va. 01.' '

Good Eats higher learning at Emory at OX- Spotted an' Jotted: Jacq Andrews t .
; ford: .' "Dear Carol, This la shoppln' for linens and '. .
At merely a note of Inqnlry pertain- other trousseau triakleta i for anevent :,. WE HAVE PURCHASED THE NECESSARY EQUIPMENT .,

I Inc to letters from Starkettes to scheduled to ,take place: '

; .. lonesome laddlea away from. next month *. ..:)acq says It'Uft't'Vuppoaed FOR 'GIVING THESE BEAUTIFUL ; NEW '
ReUoDable Prices' horn, slaving for a little "bit' Ot to'be known yet

knowledge. Please, Carol, can but afterall-if'she's'gonna tell COLD WAVES AND WILL ,
a' 201 Temple Avenue you tell us how to get them to everybody anyway, why shouldn't INTRO- .
write We are at our wits end. I? ". Yeah ', nBob.",Long la DUCE THEM AROUND v'. "

/'t' .. Many are the nights and great still the lucky guy,. Orchids FEBRUARY 25TH. t
are the amounts of paper and Ink to Mr (Col.) HeaJey foi.slngl; .'. ,

used to arouse them to action, but h.nd!dly outfitting the US<>- -

.11 In vain. Please come to the YMCA windows with luffly draperies .
Prompt Service Careful Drivers .. ... .
r' assistance of two of your humble ., Incidentally, methlnks "
devotees.O.. K.. pals, ril I '
I In V never saw anyone wear a cape
drop a gentle hint or two more becomingly than said Mri.

Star e Taxi Service (CP-U Past Whynt you write. to H. .' :

the boys, you dopes!) j ofeila'6 Beaut'

If any of you kitchen. queens Sal

1 Phone 150 Ravtohln., Repartee heard along want to give your culinary skill} ,
Call St. tother afternoon: C. O. a real tryout, you might aa'lc I II

Priest manager of Priest's Be to Stella, Kopelousoa ,(Mra. Geo.) '

Day II Store, and EX I.. Flowers, manager -I for her bachlava (not sure of the CALL 149 FOR APPOINTMENTS

Night of the Southern ditto were spelling) recipe ,? No matter

I talk In* together when a..mutual how' you spell It, It's a divine

.. friend hailed them "Hey, there,I Greek dessert, composed ,of 201


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W. S. C. S. To Meet LAWTEYBy wlsllng to see "nucky" will find Mrs. Shi Smith and baby daughter f I;
I BITS of LOCAL NEWS I F. 1C. CarrudtM the pictures at the Bus station. >>f Hampton were visiting Mr. }' .

The Woman's Society of Christian Sid M stationed In Puerto Rico and Mrs. Lem Brown Sunday. J '

Service of the Methodist COUNCIL: PLANS ACI'10NGA.INST The Chief spends another dayIn I Ho an Smith Jr. spent Sunday t

Phillips of Tallahassee T. N. Kendrick la. spending this M*. and Mrs R. R. Hutchingsand church will meet Monday after .\ DELINQUENTS Iawtey. Chief Will If, Edwards here with his parents Mr. and I II t tMfrs ,. ,

he week-end here with his week in Tallahassee with his son- daughter of Batnbridge. Ga., noon. at 3:30: o'clock at the At the regular first Monday: of Jackuonvllle spent Sun- W. H. Smith, lie in taking s' "

in-law and daughter, Mr, and were called here this week became ( church. Program and business meeting of the City Council of day nere with his family, leturn-'4 H welding course In Jacksonville. 1;'

Mrs. Tolbert Black. of the serious illness of meeting. Circle Number Two will Lawfy two new members formally Ing to Jax early Monday. WillIs <), Ray Goodge of Starke and I IMrR. i'i'Mr.

Shellle Hall is spending a Mis.\ T M. Hutchings. have charge of the program.FLA.STATE'FAR1Jl. assumed duties of office as connected with Burwell MotorsIn Luther Harper of Boomtownwere

s this week ,with relatives Rev. Q. C. Powell was In Wll- councilmen: W Hal Edwards, Jr., -Tax. here on business Thursdayof 1

onvl1le.. Ilston Tuesday attending a meet- Jimmy Sewell, who Is a student and Paul L. Dlnklng. The retiring last week. ,, '

Ing of the Gainesville District of nt the University of Florida, Ily E. R. IJomW members being A. A. Griffin SAMPSON CITY Mri. Alice Kitewent to Ocala :'

Ind Mrs. Frank Wilson the Methodist church. was here last week spending the and H. C. Kelly. Motions were In Ily Louise' Vurne Saturday to impend a few days +

few days in Jacksonville. mld- erm holiday with his parents NO CLUB MEETXNO; I order authorizing the clerk: Louis with her son-in-law and daughter, 'y

|t of the week. Mr. and Mrs. R. M.\ Hardee Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Sewell. Because of illness) in the homesof H. Hill I to pay all current bills H. C. Wynn of Starke was vlnlt- Mr. und Mr. Albert Newman ,tt

I and children: of Jacksonville. visit many membersthe regular Including the. repairing of city Ing his parents, Mr. and Mm, Mithew McKinney, who is serving ,
[ and Mrs. Cecil Amaker ed Mr. and Mrs.\ S. D. Phillips Mrs. Irene Parsons, employe of semi-monthly meeting of the Community buildings1.. Full consideration was Jack Wynn Sunday In the wavy Is spending '

Tuesday from a visit and children here Saturday. morning for Wilmington, N. C. club and the Red Cross given the delinquent tax situation MlJ3 Doris Goodxe and Mla. furlough here ,with his parents 'a''f

Jlatives In Savannah,: Ga. the Edenfield Jewelry left Sundayfor sewing day with luncheon at noon existing In Lawtey After lengthy Frances Taylor of Starkv and "[I', and Mrs. Carl McKinney. ..t"I'
Your btttt buy now would seem a 10-day visit with her hu- has been poaponed to a later data. discussion of the matter the clerk '

E. K.: Smyth left.. Wed- to be rcwldence burglary Insurance band' Pfc. Russell.parsons, who la was ordered to :construct an ordinance I 1

I morning for ,New Orleans, $7.50 per year. .Please call stationed ,there. W. M. State U. CIRCLESThe Farm branch of the pertaining to delinquent FOR SAFETY COMFORT AND ECONOMY RIDE .i !;
> a visit with Major Smith. 146. II. O. W.U.Agency. 2t taxes and to the collection of
Raiford W. M. U. with Mrs. 1'Jf'
Mr. and Mrs. P. M. Barefoot met !. future taxes. This plan, the council : FLORIDA MOTOR LINE BUSSESFOR I !
Chambers afternoon and :
Pvt. Davis Gassett has returned Monday
ST AL CLEAR cleaning, and Miss Sara Barefoot spent feJla, will temporarily cure the ( I
tl true tailoring, at the to Camp Shelby, Miss., after Sunday afternoon in Jacksonville several chapter of the"book "They delinquent evil| and prove of Interest COURTEOUS CORRECT INFORMATION l'
(llliuidlng Tailors, opposite spending! a 10-day'furlough with vteUing" Mr. Barefoot' niece, Mrs Need Not Go Away, were re to' 'the Lawtey taxpayer. '
his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Pate viewed. In keeping with Uife PLEASE I'HONE 147
tieulre. W. B. Winderweedle. who is a The ordinance will be passed at {
Gassjtt.Mi3. patient at St. Vincent's Hospital. times, no refreshments were serv the next regular meeting and ',

(!in Cornell of Ormond is ed. properly advertised!' publicly. F. i
.g this week here with his H. Owens left Thursdayfor M-.1. M. C. Wells returned Saturday BIRTHDAY PARTY R. Carradine was reelected chair. :

renter, Mr, and, Mra. F. A. will Newport.spend the Tenn next ,three where months she from Fort Crowder Mo., Miss Cora Stafford gave her man. LACY CONWAY, Agent 1,;

visiting her mother, Mr. Matilda where she ppent three weeks with mother Mrs., E,, A. .Stafford,' t a M.... Joe E. Shuford of Jacksonville Temple Ave. Starke Florida '. '
her nuHband, Sgt. Wells.'hlle
surprise birthday-iparty' Saturday was here attending
rmd Mrs. .L L. Simmons here Mrs. Wells was the guesf recently
night! Friends front' Lake But.IeI' to business for her .11.11A ;
to Orlando, where Mr of her parents, Mr. and Mrs L. par.
pne Starke Raiford and the Farm
,Abble Harley, FSA secretary ents, Mr. and Mrs. M. II.' Plum.
hs will be employed in de- S. Hutto. '
spent the week-end in were invited. After a number mer, who reside In Miami.

Irork. Gainesville the of Mr. interesting! games, refreshments Leon Starling son of Mr. and
as guest
Mr. and Mrs. D. A. Monteithwill CASH MARKET FOR : l
and Mrs. G. H. Turner and Miss were served and Mrs. Stafford Mrs. S. T. Starling, spent several
Betty Jane Nollman of be in Marianna next Tues "
Sallle Cooksey. received many lovely gifts. days here with his parents. Leon t "
week-end day to be present at the ceremony "" "
ville was a guest
In In the U. S. Coast Guard and Crude; A 35c :;,
Col, and Mrs. W. when their son, Air Cadet Pvt. Curtis Malone has been I.arge. '"
W. E. Torode Sr. left is stationed at Banana River. 33c ; fl
|lman. Mrs Ralpn Rhodes receives his "wings" transferred from Cherry Point N. Large Crude; j
brief visit Isnam Davis of Uncle Sam's Pd
morning for a HOc
Tuesday Largo Crade C ,
and his commission as 2nd Lieu. C. to the Jacksonville Naval Base.
with her son-in-law and daughter Navy is here on a ten-day leave. :
Grade A 31c'r
nds here of Mrs. L. A. tenant: ,at the advanced flying M,'". Archie Morrlxon of Sop- Medium 4
Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Stuigls, 'He 's stationed at New York and 29c '
Crude; 'frf"
of Biooker will regret to school. choppy and Mrs. Curtis Malone of Medium
at Meridian, Miss. la a fine looking sailor. One look .'
|that she is seriously 111 in Lake Butler were week-end gue ts Medium Grade C 26c ;IW ,I:j'lj.
at thtse service men returning ,
vlile. Mrs. O. L. Beasley, Mrs. EdWard of :Mr. Mrs. W. E. Malone. : I''"1
Mm. F. C. Durshlmer arrived and horns after a few months In the .: ..'J
Burns, Mrs. R. J. Davis,
Miss Wil-
Brooks- Sunday, accompanied by different branches of life ,llTwn. \ \'l
Wednesday night from : military t
D A. Monteith'a.nd Mrs.Vainwrlght Mrs. Lemuel Colson, Dr. A. K. la Jein Malone, they visited Pvt. \
vUle to spend some time with her will readily show why the Allies J.. :
Sr., were busi- Dunham and the Rev. Fred Curtis Malone at bin new station HAROLD R. "
son and daughter-in-law. Mr. and will win this war.' Without exception
isltors. to Jacksonville Tueslorning. Yerk's were in Gainesville Tuesday Dr. E. F. Turner of Ocala was
Mrs. F. L. Durshlmer.Sgt. of last week attending!. the' a dinner guest of Mr. and Mr. J they exude supreme confidence ,tOlV.. Depot St. CaincHle! FloridaCooperating '
confidence that
a Comas
District Auxiliary Meeting of the
and Mrs. G. T. Eaton who G. Caldwell Monday. from a right-thinking heart not
ku Risley, director of the .have recently been transferred Episcopal Church Miss Mary Elizabeth Smith, who from regimentation.John with the Covernment Egg Production ,J.i

CCS, baa returned from Blan- has resided here for some months of Mrs. ,
: Collier
from Augusta Ga., to Camp Henry son
vacation which Mrs. Robert G. Dodson Is visiting Program
three-day i with Mr and Mis. Jv; P. Warren,
of Lilly Collier, Is spending his leave
pent "seeing Florida: in ding, were week-end guests her parents Mr. and Mrs.T. .
has moved to apartment at .
an with his mother. Thin boy U stationed
St. Petersburg and Sara- Mr. end Mrs. L. S. Hutto. M. Hutchings at their home on
So. Thompson, before joining her Camp! Blanding. at Norfolk, Va, and 1 likes

Coxswain and Mrs W. H. Gia- husband, who Is now stationed at Mrs.' C. M. Turney left Monday the Navy.
Warner Robbins Field Macon afternoon to visit her, son, Capt, Louie Wainwright, son of tr
ham and son, Hank, spent several Ga. He was formerly at Camp John P. Turney, at Durham, N. C. Mr. and Mrs. Truby L. Wainwright THEATRE

days last week visiting relatives Gordon, Augusta, Ga Mrs Hugh Hall of Jacksonville left last week for the "
in Starke and Gainesville. Cox. Is the guest'of Mrs W D New Navy. Lee at present Is at BalttniDio II STARKE

Graham Is stationed at Mayport "o"rt buy now would seem ton. {I. : awaiting orders. A Rood "'J"I''j'I''Ii'

I and Mrs. Graham and son are to be residence burglary Insurance Buddy Davis of the U of F., service.boy and Hie should! many do friends well In wish the Midnight Sat., and Sun. & Mon.. Feb.. 1 M I a'15'' !: ,
week-end here with his
Beach. S7.5O per year' .Please call. spent the "
living at 21 Mr. and Mrs, W N. him the beat. ,;
116. II. C. Wail Agency. parent, .1
Max Shane x North.J. When It comes to speed "Red"Roberts ,
r. takes the cake. Red IK '. :'\ !
YOU CAN GET M. A. (Peewee) Durden Is In G. Caldwell and daughters, ; ; 1H
the only man in the county who
I r St. Luke's hospital Jacksonville June and Frances spent the weekend WE HAVE NOT
REAL RELIEF where he has gone for treatmentfor with Mr. and Mrs. J, C Caldwell can outrun a jeep. 'N' \" I
a bad cold and throat that I The many Innds of "Ducky" ,
lour eye bother you Id l farm ACID looked dangerous His brother- at Ocklawaha. Eldn"ty Shufoi, son of Mr. and tit
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[examine them end fit yon INDIGESTIONe11a in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Mra. L. E. Jordan and week-end baby,, i Mrsv. J. S. Shuford, will be Interested YET BEGUN TO FIGHT r{ f
Glenda Faye, spent in that have 'n
knowing we
It states if you need them. Harry Houston, have been to see I "
C. Waln-
with Mr. and Mrs. W. some photographs of him. Those ti. II
ears experience Holiday him once or twice since he was wright. 1- : r

]Sundays by appointment.fCLEPHONE taken there Saturday. Ml a Mary Lee and Billy Ov r- .al/" : 'f

S-4S7$ BISMA-REX I street of Macclenny spent the i .'"
Mrs. Bill LaMorte, who has week-end) with Mr. and Mrs. Word to thrill America's h.arl \ ,,It.
Temple Theatre BinldinjtrMain been flaying near Camp Brecken- d ,. '" 'e'
Claude Johns. FARMERSAND / and inspire gallant lightIng "ti; I
and Monroe Streets ridge, Ky., where her husband Mrs. R. H. Markham la visiting men in ths reighti.st : ''I' ; I

ISONVILLE FLORIDA Store was stationed arrived Tuesdayand relatives In Carabelle. naval drtma ol M tim.l ''r' .! :; .I
Carpenter's Drug I J.7tHI'e4 J..
will remain here for a while MM. Lauton Thornton and family h
from the Farm to 2
nave :
with her mother, Mrs. R. A. ,

Weeks, and Mr. Weeks. Mr. and Ralford.Mr.: and Mrs. H B. Gale of I 11-

NAT SEZ Mrs. Weeks are now occupying Palatka, Misses Bertha Johns and HOMEOWNERS

sweet the Kobt. B. Wear home, which Miss Jacqueline Woodward of St.I TAYLOHONLEVY'rwM
We have some
and Miss Dorothy Saxon
looking abort, for Spring in fact they recently purchased. Augustine of Starke were Sunday d'nuer'

h r /,/.il they are so sweet that It taken a Joan Guy, who la l a lieutenant guest of Mr. and Mrs.' J. W.i,.I r9 \\1;:. : : }';,4:i

sup ration certificate to. get a (J. g.) In the U. S. Navy, is on Woodward.
peer a 2-weeka leave visiting his Staff Sgt. Edwin Malone has u1rr
and sister-in-law. Mr. and been transferred from Drane f
brotn : ;
Incidentally I don't supoM 11.'. Mrs. Fred Guy In Starke, and Field near Lakeland' to:>> Lake ,
necessary' for me to teU all you his mother,. Mrs. J. T. Guy. In Charles La. At Present Our f;; BYFilA'Ii "t"
11 1* Mrs. C. M.; Priest have ",
BolU players that number Hampton. John Is now an executive Mr. and icAND a'J:
the lucky number from now until officer at Princeton Naval' moved to the Farm from Starke. Repair Stock J

June 15th.MADEMOISELLE., Training Station at Princeton Mr. Priest has been employed in S J z

University, Princeton N. J. the general supply department for On The Following J 'k-. ACT 0/i ',of I
some W WWaltlr
-. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond A. Han- L. R. Bristol spent the weekend Lines : :

L I F EHoleproof cock ond daughter, Dolores Ann, fa' Gainsvllle with his parents' :

recently returned from Ruby, S. Dr. and Mra. M. L. Bristol., Are Almost BRENNAN k !;:1;:'..:H4/. ;
C., where they were present at the The Rev. Byron Conley pastor ";
I death and funeral of Mrs. Han- of the Church of Christ at Starke, MARILYN MAXWELL :rr. s"wt.r. : ', .

cock' mother, Mm. Martha E.' was "D overnight guest of Mr and Complete HENRY O'NEILL ,..':;;;:.- "

S ss sTrN: wr'? VOGUE Sellers. They were called to her I Mr J. W. Woodward Sunday MARTA LINDEN s 'tt :.! ti'l'

f"A.**" bedside, following a stroke of night. D"r ..... '
-.i 8 and she died Jan. 27. MI-MI Lucile Scott U visiting relatives Jo. i
paralysis, Planet Jr. 'l' .1
Mr. Hancock .is an employe at at Vernon. ROBERT Z. LEONARD I I'
Camp Blanding. connected with Mr. and Mrs Everett Robinson Hand PlowsP UNIT t LNNMIm -.. '.\
Mrs. Hancock of Jacksonville were Sunday .
the Post Engineers. trout L nu "
the Canova guesti of Mr. and _Mrs. J. 1.. Rob- 1
is cashier at .
br Brwo
& 0 International Play Qerg :,i i
inson. lob L. Btldcraloa Pharmacy. We regret to report that little Plows Mwktewtn ', I I"I'

Pfc. 'C. W. Savage and Mrs. Kay Partney and little' James Me- .. ::1,

arrived here Thursday Lendon are both very ill. Wed. and Thur FVb. 18-17-18 i+1) I,,
Savage Muses Mary Jo Caldwell, Roberta Plows I
.1Itp Brinley I'OWERS GIRL"Ann l'j
( night from New River N. C., Whltfleld, Margaret and THE ,

: where he has been doing radio Melb Stringfellow, Esther and 'Shirley George MurphyFrt. \" ;

t;, work in the U. S. Marines. While Sara Emma Crews, Malone Melverna and Dixie Plows 8 t. For 19-20 ,f 1 1'1' :
Wllla Jean "
here Pfc. Savage visited at the Thornton. i iI
Winnie Warren of Wauchula attended "ROMANCE ON TilE RANGE"Roy :
home of Mr. and Mrs O. W. Starke Chattanooga Plows I I
the USO dance In Rogers, i!
3.F White, also visited his parents in Saturday.' They were chaperonedby and"UNDERGROUND-: 1
"'f ,-""-'" Lake Butler and a a 1st e r In Mrs, Bryon Whitfield. : AGENT"Irv t
1i Galn.asvUleMonday morning be Mr. and :Mrs. Jim Bitch spent I ) ,

; ; luxshdcr RayonsBeauty left for New River, N.'C.' and and the week-end Mrs Sanford at BVooker Rltch. with Mr.I GET READY FOR Bennett ,I I r I. 4.

from there :will be tent to an.unknown Sgt.. Albert Burke and Pvt.' ''I 'r 1,1. I

destination Mr*. Savage Hugh Salvenlo were' Sunday supper : YOUR SPRING /

ExehMlve lock', pro- will I remain here with her'parents, guest Of Mr.and. Mrs. W. 0. RITZ THEATRE, .

oe. ,preaarves. Mr :
beauty* DIP, twW tbe secret Lt., Ge ofwB..rMana: : sa, has 'arrived Han. Men Frb. 14-19 t' Z'
'elasticity. realistS where he la. servIng r. !
of IncreaMKl Mrl. L. O. Cowdrey. who recently from A anta, "HOLIDAY INN"Tumday !
S rice to s gjsg I BheeeertDuller lived here and resided at In the ,Signal.. Corp-, 1 .

1 1Three' 221 North ,Walnut street, returned WednnnUy !..i
to Starke Saturday and PINE LEVEL ,
each properly ACTION'J"
proportioned to exacting standards has rented the same house again.. By M_ IIMr Df..MoRae "STAND j. w.
She began work Monday as a
for perfect fit supreme substitute clerk In the local Poatofflce. -, *" Eleanor Scbultz of Pittsburgh. Thursday ft Friday .. '. .' r '
better wear! Fa. .. and Mrs. A. F. Hall
comfort M r. Cowdrey, former CO.
owner of the Stark' Sign Service, and children of Jacksonville are MAIL"i
spending a few days with Mrs. H. I i
i.00-$1.15 is now time-keeper payroll C I ,t I I"PIIANTOM ,
Saturday ;
Clerk for plumbing and heating M. McRae. J. a CARLISLE, Owner I
at the Naval Training Base at Elder and Mrs.: W; E. Hall ofOr PLAINSMAN" & "HENRY ALDRICH l'EDITOR"

OulfDort.,Miss. H. will join his .. .n Cove Springs spent the Veyr 1.
l with friend and I Starke Florida
have _k-end here ;
wife a little later They
time at New spent Saturday night with Mr. and ,I j'' "
peat:: moat of the r
Sternberg's. Mra., L. L. Conner. I
Orleans.) : La.,, since leaving Starke. I I r"




ty of liberty. That la the main man. I am a Florida cracker and I CommissionersMet I further consideration. $36 for the small wh the:;
thing-we do the rest. :It Is the am proud of It. Tell my friends A list of Civil War pensioners I of later purchase on an FHA(
OUR SERVICE MEN toughest company of men on the -If I have any- that 'Ole I Last Week as submitted by the Secretary of get for $3.999 and 13,375 b
Devoted tn Sterna of ......... vonrrrnlnKBradford but will home bacon' if I the State Board of Pensions was lively.
(;....F bor ..... .er.lmg llvrle Jersey Coase we get along bring: the ,
".... l'.rf... and f.I..d. arc ...... to fine together. can get to go across the pond." M. O. Harrell, new chairmanof duly approved as being correct. Captain Rouse added
........ ... .. Board of Commissioners I that
cooperate by .1..1.. from la bores n d Her I.".lreiBIPB When people of the South talk He says he has his daughter the County The Board directed the Clerk to cent bus service to
tae Bora I
from away and
arc alms requested <. writ tu'rrlrvrapfc <- about the yankees, they just don't Betty with him who la "Ju t before presided over, t h eBoard's apportion $500 of the first race Camp Blanding will be *
rvportlaK ream aad arflvmraof know them. I have never met I' marrying a fighting man." regular session Feb. 1, track distribution of funds to the aVa

I.t. any better people. They treat you "I don't know," be concludes; 'I with all members, including the Board of Public Instruction.The I OF INTENTION N 0 'I' *' I;

it WANTS THE PAPER IN QUARTKKMASTKB: : CORPS as a friend aa soon aa they see sometimes think It runs In the newly-elected. L. L. Conner, present I Bradford County Telegraphwas 'rHPJ .'OLLOWINO cora.l1\1: ?\ ll llJ.ls'rlCD '

The other day the Telegraph Pvt. J. T. Kirkland. Jr., who is you. They surely like to hear the blood for us .to. get the best of designated as the newspaperto ORATIONS BEJ..oW.WI'JHE WHICH INCdtpOjl
received the following note: "I I stationed with the QuartermasterCorps Southern boys talk and I always everything." Obe is at 4817 i Marcus F. Brown attorney rep- advertise the 1943 tax, sale; .:0 UNDICU THE I.A : 0..! F'JVA. .
urn now outside the United States Aviation Service, at Moody get ... good laugh out of them. Clair Street, Bell. Calif., if any-' resenting the Board in the case and said newspaper was also THKKK. AND(3)AUJoJ YEAltK DI I.INVUJ\.,
and have little to read and ot Field, near Valdosta Ga., was visiting The Southern boys may talk slow one desires to drop him a line. of John Nuveen & Co., vs. the designated as the official newspaper CHAPTER I'NDKR T H H PIUVIIiIOS U
week but they are plenty fast with the Board of County Commissioners for the Board ot County M.NDKU; 14877 ACTS! OF I
couraa mile the county paper. old friends here last 1A. ;; LAWS OF pl
y Ploaaa send It to me until I get end. He was accompanied on the girls up here. Deeds Filed Circuit reported Court that tbe bad United States the Commissioners for .the year 1943. IDA.Notice la hereby

t back to Starke."'.(Signed) Merton trip by his wife and two worm, Tell all my friends hello and to reversed provlnloni of Chapter'liliin d."
y will all be Lois Hodges and husband. Lowell United States District Court in 1 38.\ Laws of "Florida to'tl
a t. Flavioua Clark-F 3-c. CBox basso and Charles who are mak- just be patient. M. Hodges of Sangamon Co., awarding judgment against the i. First Units the Corporatloni dated. belSS i
8195, Fleet Pooloffice, San FranCisco their home in Valdosta. Before home soon. name' being Incorporated !
.Buck 111., to Eustace U Kelly and wife Board of County Commissioners. Of Housing Project, Laws of Florida that nOd';
f' Calif. entering the service, J. T. was In he records accord'"",
Sllco L. Alvarez Jr.-S (R) Gertrude Kelly. 80 acres Jan. 23; Mr. Brown asked for instructionIn of the .tsrsL,
1 the insurance badness 2c| Are Occupied State each and'every
i STILL WITH U4TH Co. F, U. S. C. G. W. p. Harden, Bessie Harden,, further proceedings In the tlon. appear delinquent hf '
A. W. Welaner. and Minnie O. case, and the Board, after con (3) yearn of more. [n the ,.
t Another local lad who misses Mr. and Mrs. A. H.< Sparks, old Long Branch Station "Klngrtey Lake Village, the report and payment .ft.,1"1!*
WeUner, of Alachua Co., to foster siderable'discussion left tbe fur the Chap"'ft?
i the paper (but Is now.receiving It, subscribers to the Telegraph send West End, N. J. Shl Smith SW1-4 of SW1-4 of ther disposition of the matter with new FHA housing project three Acts of1931ILaw. of Florid./
i thanks to hi* borne folks) tar Staff news of their three sons. who are miles from Camp Blanding, received that under the provisions
Section 31,, township 7, range, 22 him with Instruction to handle to I Charter 1 880. Acts of !
PRISONER: IN GERMANY first tenants Monday 93.
sendee. E. Sparks, Its |
i4j Sgt. Walter E. Johnson, still with In the Byron 23.Leater the beat interests of the Board. < of Florida said '
the old Starke outfit-Hq. Co., Joined the Coast Guard two anda Mr. and Mrs. B. S. Dlckman of Jan ; The Feb., 1, as 10 of the 100 houses) been claeeed aa aubject corporation to I bi
16 315 'remple Ave. have heard from Kite and wife, Alice KiteL. Board instructed the Clerkto civilians employed Halved; and that three ((3) n
4 2nd. Bn., 124th Inf., Ft. Bennlng half years ago and spent compute the of I were occupied by after the date of thin
Ga. Walter went to school at months In Hawaii, prior to Pearl their nephew, Sgt. Thos. S. Cal- J. Wynn and wife LoulaWynn amount VictoryTax at the Camp. each and every. of nuch public.
In the houn who l Is a prisoner of, war in to L. D. Elland and wife FriedaM. withheld according to bracket I lions listed below that have JS
B. H. S. and joined the National Harbor. lie la now serving amounts as set forth in the law' Capt. John A. Rouse, coordinator the meantime filed ..
Guard here In October 1939. He Soutn Seas.. 'Andrew L. Sparks Germany. Sgt. Calhoun was rear Elland SW1-4 of NWl-4 of I for the project said depart due and paid all taxes ousTU
mobilized with them in November spent a year training In the Unit ed by his grandmother, Mrs. J.. C. section 30' township 7, south.range' governing collection of the tax. : ment heads would consider applications Acts the provision 1931 *laws of of Chapter III
Notary bond for D. E. .
1940 and remained at Camp ed States and has been In Hawaiifor tylhoun of Perry, and> when ..hel'ece.1t1y 22 east, containing 40 acres Publics. for the remainder of the b. certified to the (governor ,
when months with an M. P. bat. received a postcard from Jan.,25: ;; Knight In the amount of $500, I will iMnue proclamation I
Blaadlng until January 1942. vix executed by H. V. Knight and boujea by other civilian employes time, dlnnolvlnaiiald ,'ornorauil
they went to Ft. Bennlng with tallo:,. Roger W. Sparks has been him a copy was made and sent to Gladys F. Gilreath a widow C. who can make a substantial saving I BRAOFOItU COII.Vrv
A. sureties
service for and la the Dlckmans in Starke. Becauseof Louisa G: Wilson and W. W..Wilson as was duly, Name
the 124th Infantry to serve as a in the a year approved. of gasoline and tires ,by the tirnoker Turpentine Compnni
training regiment. He Is the son stationed now at Camp Gordon, strict censorship, Sgt. Dickman her husband, William P. Gil move. Principal Place of Bu.lnea
} of Mrs. Loltt ;Johnaon of Keystone Ga., with IIq. Co., 4th Dlv. was allawed to write only a few reath, Jr., and Florrin L. Gilreath Due to the many additional Consisting of two sizes, the Brooker Name
Heights. was only allowed to write a few his wife of Duval Co., to LeonT. duties placed on the County .. .. Comp,,
bedrooms Instead
three Principal
LIKES THE SEABEES terse facts stating that: "I am a Cheek of Duval Co., 40 acres in Agent In the war effort and conservation larger having Hampton Place of Uunlntu

TWO PROMOTIONSGood The following Interesting letter prisoner war In Germany. I Duval Co,; 40 acres in BradfordCo. duties, and the utter impossibility of two, the cottage-type It !I. further directed that so
all right. I don't want you to lot in Co. and 2 Iota of his doing .all that houses have a dining room, living of this notice be published
the Telegraph am ; a Henry ,
news comes this week In was received recently by room, kitchen and bath, and are time In the Bradford County TKraph .
of two members of : worry. I am treated good. I am in Henderson Co., N. C., Jan 23; and at the same time taking care a newspaper publlehNrudford
promotion with a 75-pound capacityice :
In health. I was shaken up I. B. of the vaccination of hogs as in equipped County Florida In
good Harrison and Bstelle Harrison
"the old gang." Sgt. Robert C. How Is everything in good ole I box, a five-burner oil stove county the homo office of then|,
Long'son of Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Bradford County now? 1 like the some: but am getting over that. I his wife, to Alva N. Col- the past the Clerk wan Instructed for cooking, an oil water heater Slated located corporations la shown to

Long of Brooker ban been advanced Seabees fine, but mire would like was shot down on Oct. 21. Please son, $2,000 for certain property in to write State Veterinarian and a stove for burning coal and IN WITNESS WHEREOF I hi
to the rank of Staff Ser to be Starke right now.I write soon." Brooker, section 8, township 7, Knapp in regard to assist wood. I hereunto set my hand and cu
the Croat Seat of
ance in the vaccination of hogsIn the Butt
geant. Bob Is still at Ft. Bennlng am stationed here at Camp south range 20 east Jan. 26; has Florida, to be affixed., at Tal
but is now In the new 300th Peary and I suppose I will be for EXPECTS TO GO SOON of E. W. Rosier'and Fannie Rosier, Bradford County.. some Each of them cottage built-in. a Rental garage IsU.99 dnv haaaee.o. February the Capital A., l''hl:9t: the. .
Regiment demonstration outfit the Duration. Uncle Sam knows Robert Crundwell employe his wife, of Duval Co., to James A letter was received from the and (SEAL) .n. A. OR,
the Gulf Service Station on the Harold C. Wall Insurance $ for the large cottage It Secretary. of
Rosier NE1-4 of NE1-4 Agencyto Ht
which applies In a practical way best, I know, but I surely would of section
the tactical principles of' Infantry like to have gone over. I like my corner of Walnut and Madison 13, township B, south, range 21 the effect that the Injuries of
warfare. Its function Is l to work an Instructor here, but I streau, expects. to be inducted Into east, containing 40 acres, Jan. 23; Freeman Rhoden. which were sustaln -
handle. and teach all the Infantry had much rather be "over there." the Army at Camp Blanding to George F. ,Scott and wife, "d in rescuing a woman froma The World's News Seen Through

weapons as well an to apply the Sincerely, day. Originally from Detroit Adelle C. Scott, to Arthur F fire at Brooker, were not connected THE CHRISTIAN SCIENCE MONITOR
proper solutions to tactical problems Owen W. McRae, InstructorShips Mich., he has been In Florida Sauls and Pearl N. Sauls his wife with his employment, and
more than three years. lots 3, 4. 11 and 12 of block 24 that the Insurance Company was An Intern ftiontl Doily Newspaper

c It was also announced that Pfc Training.CCo., Area Primary B-5 Military, NCTC I He came to Starke from St. of Simon J. Temple's addition to not !liable under the .terms. of the I* Truthful-Cofucructive-Unbiaeed. -Free from Senutional-(
Wm. :J. Harrell son of Mr. and Augustine in May 1940. and wasa Starke-section 28, township 6 contract. inn-Editorial Ara Timely and Instructive and lu Daily
Mr. J. 1.. Harrell of L.awley has Camp PearyWllllamsburg, Va. member of the police force at south, range 22
been promoted to the rank of T-S. I Camp Blanding until February D. E. Knight and N. L. Knight, the Interest of a drainage project .the....Monitor_..... an. Ideal Newspaper. .for. the Home.. ...........
Bill It with Florida's 124th Infantry FINDS YANKEES LIKEABLE : 1942; then he was a member of his wife, to Joseph E. Griff, certain near his farm east of Hampton. The Christian Science Publishing Society;

part of the Infantry In spite of the fact that CoastGuard the Starke police force for abort property lying In section 10, He stated that excessive One, Norway Street Boston, Massachusetts

I School Service Command at Ft. records call him "Sllco L. while. township 6 south, range 22 east, and flood' waters had been ditched Price JI2.00 Yearly, or $1,00 a Month.
Bennlng. It is also a demonstration Jan. 23; onto his farm by road drainage Saturday I....., including Magazine Section, $%.60 a Year.
regiment. Alvarez -his real name-he is OBE MARKS TUB! GRADE ditches In the vicinity, and that Introductory Offer, 6 Saturday Issues 29 Cents
still Just "Buck" to his old friendsin World War W.. L. Wall "and his wife. Murla,
NOW IN VIRGINIAPvt. Starke, and his letters are always 1. Obe a member Hall, veteran of the local of American W. Wall to J. S. Godbold of his The lands board were had being damaged. N.n\e......._.........._-._.-.___._____......_.._........_

S. G. Denmark who has ,' full of Interesting facts about Legion Post and Starke building Duval Co.. 1 lot in Santa Fe Cake $150 for previously this project appropriated and. Address -,....-..........................._
been down at Key West, has beentransferred the Coast Guard life, which contractor, has joined the Marines section 29, township 8, south, no additional funds being available SAMPLE COPY ON REQUEST
at least, for the next he seems to like so well. Here and I la stationed at Bell Calif. "I range 22 east, Bradford Co., Jan. the matter was laid over for
30 to 60 day, to Hq. Battery, are Home excerpts from his latest want to kill a Jap," he wrote the 25; I
2nd Battalion, 31st Coast Artillery letter to the Telegraph: Telegraph. "I tried to get In In F. F, Flume and wife Hurdia

Camp Pendleton. Va., wherehe We call our company "Leagueof Florida and couldn't make the H. Flume, to Theodore J. McIntyre -
Is Company Clerk. From the Nations', because there are grade. I drove 3430: miles to do It lot 8 and the west 17 1-2 feet
way things look. "It won't be eight boys In It and all of us are and when the War Is over I will of lot 7 of block 1, Dowllng's addition
long now" before "8. G.". will be different nationalities-American be back in Starke FloridaOn. to Started section 29. township

"Top" Sergeant! Polack Jewish' ''Italian, Swiss, that little farm I bought down 6 south, 'range 22 east, Jan.
"s. a." has never seen any I Irl.b. and Spanish. So when we there."I 26; ?
snow 'and he is hoping: that It get started on a subject there'are am proud of myself to be Mary F. Sllcox a widow, to
will arrow before he leaves. "It always eight different views of It. able to stand the examination at Klzzle Ellington, south half of

will-If .he, stays there SO to 60 I We enjoy being her*,very much, 49 years of age," he said, "but I SW1-4 of SW1-4 of section 23,
b day, and how!) as we eat good food and get,plen can shoot as good 'as a young towiuhip y containing 5 acres. Jan. 30; WE
L. D. Vlnlng and wife. Charlie AN
t Lou Vinlng to A. F. Hall and

h 9. .. -- .. wife AuberY. all-33 acres In I IT
I NW1-4 of NW1-4; of section 22,
> township 6 south range 21 east
Jan. '30;

.- J. W. McCall and wife Sarah
AfcCall.. to Eulle C. Bush and wife.

Evaleta BUllh,4J ertaln property in

r section 3, township. 7, south, range,
22 east, Jan."'SO.: :
i Richard Miller Markham and :! :
Eva Mae his wifp of 4Iiii

,; THIS IS WAR! Union and Mary Mamam.! Ewell. husband Lawson and

wife, lot 11 of' block 27 of the

.t Livingston Truby Company's
t addition to Starke, Feb. 2-
We must be on the alert.a Margaret L. Kelly, a widow to

1 Pearl Harbor was a lesson. : County Sarah F.SWllfof Mailman NW14 of |Hamilton of sec I: WE'D LIKE TO ,PRESENT n SPECItll

tion 27, and SE14|| of NE14| of I

How about you? section 30 acres, range 28 Feb., all 20 1; east In township containing' 6jouth AWARD QF mERIT TO YOU .

W. T. Weeks, single to GeorgeW.
the alert? The Government jARE Hazen. 29 6(10( acres aU'.>
you 'on wants section 17, township 7, south 6 'P M4
_, to carry War Damage insurance on your .. range 20 east of Tallahassee mer- .

property. That Is'why the Government organizedthe dla/i Feb. 1; ; ,< .,

War Damage Corporation. Protect your home Morgan Securities Co.. a New e ';" ,

your business, your personal property against damage Tertey: corporation, to John :Mor- Nothing has warmed us more at Florida Motor U.,.. than the dis.covery '

_ f .<4 as a result of an attack or resisting an attack. :ran Williams and' wits Victoria .: that our passengers at'. not merely rider*-but understanding
The War ,Damage Corporation is represented by Agnes William*: of Jacksonville,
your "American" Agent tot .27 of Indian, Beach subdivision friend This despit war'i swift-changing habits.

is nhown by plat book 2.- page 26
Have the member. ., yew family Insured against of the public records of Bradford After afl. those' who must travel today-must five up much .

personal Injury In ease ., Deny attack.Yew 3o.. Jan. 30; endure much. And you ...v. accepted these mounting discomfort

Minnie Ward a widow. E. R. :t with amazing good cheer and good sportsmanship.
Yard and Emily Ward his wife;

_ I .... and baste. prey a'. ). A. Ward and Aubery Ward his ,: You've made us even a Etth ashamed to air our troubles of various
Fire Insaraaoe la
f It
erty an worth met ...... y w fife; Stella Mae Waldrox. Jr.. shortages '
: Equipment labor tires and whatnot. You have med.
tstsy ....., k. replace ....' preferred rfck yea are entltM 'Ingle; Maud Ward widow, of us
," rear. Fire and W.......... faa- :Tlyde: Ward deceased; Carl Ward feel that anything that Florida Motor U.... and our passengers can .
teal.... ,....
...... Mee. t* fc. Increase and Maud Ward hie wlfe..the do for America's ultimate good.- Is right td patriotic. :
:above-named parties surviving and
.. ,
s elng the sole aDd only heirs of T. Buffeted about-squawed In-left standing In the aisle*- .and left

A......"'r at'I. law ttssd fw1r--'.i only. They arevitaltew :,I. -. Ward, deceased of Florida_ at the post-you've shown agenuine- American-charac.ristiotheab
the war effort. II k* taste YrperaM. that tkas ( >ein. parties of the first part, to to "t. "
fy It. if It's Justifiable
.' ae fatty ........ V. T. Weeks of Bradford County, ,
-'" 9 310| acres in section 17, town-
Bortda" Motor Unes this
appreciates indulgence. And when
hip T south, 20 east of Tal- peas
-. BE ON THE ALERT BE PROTECTED! retw.. w. pledge to
'ahassee Meridian; also 20 acres serve you in a manner to male you forgot, t

.... ',.,..' Loan...J....... War Effort yn weat side of. NE14| of NE1M4f ( the Inadequacies of our emergency. You..,. been pretty sweB

.f. > section 12, township 7. south, folks in fact }OU'''' been wondsrfull
anga 19 east; also NW14| of NE
: i .1"| ofof section 12. township 6
AMERICAN: out range 19 east containing
10 acres, Feb. 1; UNION BUS DEPOT
I Tax Deed__Tax Certificate No.
FIRE & CASUALTY COMPANY '0. State of Florida to R H LACY OONWAV. Agent

keen Jr.. and Lucille E. Green ( Temple Avenue
A Southern "Old UIM" for The South Starke. Florida
Company "-, S22.47. lot 7 of block 3 of Ward
Home Office: Oflaatf; JsIrida Tlty. section 8, township 7 south

range 20 east. Feb 8.

Office sappUoe'ef all kinds for
'isle tblegnpp at The Bradford County KORIDAMOTOR | | NE


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athleen Norris Says SUCCESSFUL I
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Washington D. C. (NWNS)-Wil ----
ration book No. 2. providing for the

YOUR CHILD'S VOCABULARYOne rationing of canned goods .nd i: .

meat about ready for distributioi, 1

of the most serviceable tools We don't recommend that children the Office of Price Administrate
Is now working on still another n..
should be shielded from colloquialisms
you can give your child Is a good
f ft
tlon book which will be used for .n
vocabulary A well-known educator or slang or racy speech ) r
( says: "The fact that there is a deft. they'd find themselves speaking a: additional group of scarce item ifF" it N
t nite relation between large vocabulary foreign tongue in their own country The new book la being designed &0

and high intelligence is generally U they were familiar with academic that it can take care of the ratio

conceded, but the belief that language only. What we do rec. Ing of almost any item. Probably ,
) \
it will be used for foods not covered I
by building up a person's knowledge ommend is a large vocabulary-
of words, the chances for thatindividual' words, words, words, and a knowledge by ration book No. 2-such as butter -
of their exact meanings. With and canned milk-and it 1 I.
f fJ success are increasedis
a comparatively recent contention the right word in his mind a small possible It will eventually be uaed

and one which cannot fail to I child trying to find ,out about the for rationing clothing, liquor, clgi

interest parents." And aside from I world will be able to ask pertinentquestions rettes and other classifications not

this practical value a feeling for ; later as a school child, now controlled.In .
I he will be able to his addition to new plans for ntlonlng.
words can bring rare pleasure to convey graspof
..r- living. what he is being taught; and the) OPA Is now giving serous

Now we aren't saying that par- finally as an adult, living in a consideration: to a plan for the.
ents must provide their children world of ideas he will be able to ale of post war purchase certllcate's
with an adult vocabulary while they understand and make himself un- by which the public 'would begin < -

still But it is in childhood derstood.As to pay Installments now I on
that a love of words is awake one) means to building a: child's product they will'want to buy aft
,' family should cultivate the war is over .
ened. Walt Disney has brought this vocabulary every \
Although this plan Is still In the
out delightfully in BambLwhen each the dictionary habit. Why ,
new word Bambi learns enchants do you so often find the dictionaryon discussion stage, OPA omclals cor ,
him. Moreover there is an immediate > the most inaccessible shelf of rider some such project necessar TTIT--: ::1 I
to prevent inflation. They point out; f.
and why is there sucha -
I reward, for it has been proved the library, ,
that the total Income of the people
leeeons" attitude about i
wide-range "get-your-
that children having a
this will be about 18 billlo
difncul- looking a word? If you once year
fewer up
vocabulary tie with their studies. acquire the habit of reading the dictionary dollars in excess of the value of all Give Cupid a Break Bake Him a CakeSee j
which will be available for '
To Illustrate this point, here area for pleasure, instead of Just goods ( Recipe Below) ,I
This estimate Is mad
few answer from a State Regents consulting it as a last resort, you'll purchase. f 1..1.
after figuring out the amount which
all of which discover that it contains more possibilities I
Examination In Valentine Notes ,
will be collected by the governmer .111
and family fun
the examinee so far as reasoning for games
In taxes and the amount which clln Valentine Party.
went, was on the right track, but he than any other single household pos be expected to be invested in war Along about this time, even thougl :f
laoked the ability to express himself session. One of the most fascinating Chicken Cranberry Loaf
Is that in which the children bonds. It lent spring, there's a note of prcioua
correctly."At It la feared that this large extra sentlmen Assorted Sandwiches or :
hunt for words with unusual origins.
the primaries, numerous .. t
will force rises .nd --
Income price ... :
the Graham GemsCupid's
nominee are boiled down until one A prize is offered each week to the C that gets Into
black markets unless I It '
is selected." child in the family who discoversthe encourage r:d "=' atmosphere. Perhaps Cake I'
The doctor dropped in and presently star asking me tactful question word can: be drained off. The OPA plan '
most interesting .j thosi
"The cause of the 1929 panic was would encourage people to buy ceitlflcates its Tea Hot Chocolate .,1
Ll my emotional state .. that people were living beyond their The radio has brought back manyof which would give them bits of bright red< 'ry':
means. For instance, some people the word games our grandparents priority on the purchase of the t.-,. and lacy paper Recipe Given -
\\y KATHLEEN NORRIS Listen to them a* a I
ALL CONCERNEDThe would have a bath for each personin the broadcast first new automobiles, refrigerator the children hav I" :
HE story I am writ the house." family and etc., to be made after the war. The been pasting Into ; I'
best solution to a Jefferson found a little verse In is over with word lists of would white bread trim off crusts, t
3PA believes this plan accomplish sliced r
ing you may sound" domestic problem it nearly the Constitution whereby he could your own chosen to At your child' three objectives: (1) I It heart shapes, the rhymes Valentines they'vibeen ) and spread with cream cheese mix. '.I,-1

fantastic indeed, always the one that is best for annex Louisiana." school age. ............- would absorb the extra Income s of making Yesl ture Roll, cut In half and brush
tes Emily B., from a su- all concerned. And so, Kathleen the people; (2) it would give the Cupid has a way of darting Into with melted butter. Toast in broiler
S. additional funds i to and winning us over- l.,
U. treasury this season
b of Chicago, "but I ase Norris rarely recommends use for financing the war; (3) I It even if only with a cardboard si r- until evenly browned. y'' ,

you that this sort of thing divorce, even when i it S EHOME would prevent a post-war deprei. row springing out of a froth of red Other good cream cheese diamond-combinations ,t

not die with the Victorian seems to be the only possible 1i sib FASHION lion by assuring manufacturers of. and white paper cutouts of hear \ ,bread using slices.heart Include or cream ',I:
large order for consumer goods a shape
I have reached a solution. And the does not I Why not plan to give yourself up to cream '
ters. loon a* the war ends.It cheese and apple butter or .<
t where I must have help recommend it to "Emily B. 'Is quite possible that drastt ,. a party with a Valentine theme? cheese and currant Jelly or raspberry i...

liut she docs urge Emily to changes will be made In the setui Let's make It simple but festlvi Jam.

o mad, and I turn to you, leave home and of the entire war program admlnls. for even simple gayety will do load muffins that pull no nutritional

efly for the reason that Ibw difficult husband at least fora ration within a short time. Man; for your. morale. Except for the punches Hot would be good foil for the ,

from your work, that while. She her to do tenators and congressmen who. cake in today's column which-la i. cool smooth Jellied chicken and I
urges 2 hlnk mere is too much inefflclenc:, '
Sir advice to those contem- the that eDa1: wee bit party-ish. the rest of ingredienft loaf. Try these: ,:
this in spite of fact Iy PATRICIA DOW and bungling in the present setup, streamline cranberry
ting divorce is usually the Emily's husband has threatened avor the) creation of an Office of In the party are Graham Gem ),1

word 'don't and be- to make their daughter Aathot at Slttee Mar W.r Mobilization the director of to save your time. K cup floor ,r, ', ';'
gle thai bolide f.
which would have more power Our color scheme for the ], fleer t tU : .
iise I myself have the same suffer for i,. You will be interested my man in Washington now bal runs into red-and-white, so our mat 1 cup graham salt ,'.

ere nee for marriage vows.. to know why. It you can remove spots and 'i with the exception of the President dish la .oIna.to be a variation 01 teaapee .. powder
stains from clothes and upholstery l < The plan, a* a bill in congress, the old favorite chicken and cran 4 teaapoea baking '1'
'At nineteen I married a you will save many a dry cleaner' J I. .being opposed by the war amlavy 1 egg, well beatea I ,I

the letter on. put the right flower in. What wen bill. Not that-au clothes, draper- departments, because it put berries. .,_ H cap milk'j
n of 30, goes tbe>-right flowers? Would I make a lea and fabrics don't need occasion eri ill power into the hand of civilians Jellied Chicken and Cranberry Loaf. Sift the flour'Sift again with salt j JI.

at wa 2r year* ago We had Hat of them?' I did make a list, but al trips to professional. dry cleaners The.bID call for four office to be (Serve I) and.baking powder. Add egg and i
child, a daughter who.U.mar- do."* eared together by a director ap Y.
Lizzie 'forgot again 'That' time 1 because they [ t tableepooa gelatinS until mixed with
and beat only
) and baa a son aged two. Her smashed the vase, and Keith went tc Successful stain removal depends tolnted by the President The four cap. well seasoned chicken brat milk Bake In small buttered .
and was never particularly upon successful diagnosis of both feces would be: Office) of Production dry Ingredient !
doctor and told him a long story I small thin slice chicken (400-de.
our hot
muffin tins In a
apathetic to either my husband the type of stain and the type of and Supply to handle all procurement I I ''
of my mental condition. At another must Office of S cap minced chicken for 20 minute "'t
be la{ much older than fabric and the remedy chosen and production; gree) oven
myself;. time it was a hat We went to the be the one that will least affect Manpower Supply, to see that every; Cranberry mixture A delicious mouth-watering cake I

ry. and bad the great misfortune shop to change It: again he didn't the fabric involved. >erson I Is serving where he caiicrve ,Soften gelatin In a little broth, to top off the party; Is Just the thing ''t 1 I
lose his sight through a like It We made a third trip. he Always treat stain Immediately.If beat; Office of Scientific .nd add remaining broth and heat tin need to make It a success: j jCupld's

r accident two years ago so thairy'i I assuring me that generous tips to material la not affected by water Technical Mobilization, to see that til gelatin Is dis you Cake. 'eq !1 ,

problem Is the care of the saleswoman made it all right sponge first with cold water America's best scientific develop little U '..
pleas man and a small child, all fourth change was suggested before using; any other agent. Its rents help win the war; and .n solved. a C IVi cape egg white (about )
e supported comfortably by m,. When a amazing how effective this cold water )Mace of Economic Stabilization Into the bottom 1M cap smiled sugar J ,I i' !

band and by a pension. It.would I put the hat In the fire, and a treatment often is if used All, present ,,duplicating agencies, of an oiled H cap sifted cake flour "', ,
her few hours later the doctor 'dropped promptly, before the stain has a Lich a* the War Production board 1-quart loaf pan. K teaspoon salt
tcas oea cream I
help her, but my husband saysthat tactful questions about my emotional If you must use chemicals, rapid he War Manpower commission and gelatin between 1 1 vanilla I' t

case he would' never. send state.. work Is one of the secret* of successful Selective Servlae would be absorbed cup dark and <4 la :
whites and place '
n another cent'Keith Daughter Enlivened Home. results.: into the) new setup meat of Measure egg t '1
Fabrics divide themselves Into Senator Pepper of Florida, one ofthe : cup bowl Sift and measure sugar
has always" been a strange 'When Mary. was home It was chicken. Add alternating layers of! a '

tic man, but of late years his different! ; she Is like 'my mother,, two classes washable and' non. sponsors of too the new bill sale chicken and cranberry chilling sad and add flour. ;t) t I!
washable.In hat there are many agenclei ; ;
Hilarities have been so growing spirit and fun, and until set befori Add half of sugar '
full of courage washable fabrics most stains tow which carry their ultimate layer thoroughly \ !
n him that sometimes I am al- quite equal to any little passage-al will respond to a bleach or a spong iroblems to the President He beeves adding the next.Cranberry. i and H teaspoon Sift I, ,I ir irI Ii
st afraid to live in a somewhat arm with Keith. But these last the new measure would emvalry Mixture. alt to flour. '

led country house with him years have been lonely and strange :ohol. and lack of coordination be. (Fer Chicken Loaf) or 8 time Beat s 'I! J;

ie. We have three excellent and this latest development seems ind candle wax requires the service ween the war agencies egg white untO :
tetrachloride or similar 1 pint cranberry Juice frothy, add creamof
-ante and their efficiency means to me more than anyone could bear. of carbon gelatin ,t
solvent to be removed from 1H tablespoons tartar, beat until
I have absolutely nothing to Would you advise me to see another salt :1+
washable fabrics.Nonwashable K teaspoon white are :
nothing makes my husband anr doctor, and get an assurance of sanity fabrics must be IIW r TUB COUNTY jvnuK'N! rotmi Dash .f cayenne egg ) 'I
than have Interfere In insane than IN ANIt iron nstAUit'oltl D slightly stiff but 1 .
to me ? For I am no more Here \
treated very; differently. you COUNTY. PLOfUUAfl Juice' of M lerooo till In sugar, 2 tablespoons 1\\
glossy. Fold
management of the house In any you are! Please help me 'out of a use your; absorbent and solvent alcohol PHOUATK 1 oup minced celery at time. Fold in sifted flour i.
'. On the cook' night out the fog of despair." and hydrogen; peroxide.To In the Matter. orTIfF. a
OF BERNARD In a little cranberry little at time. Fold In vanillaand
F.HTA.TE Soften gelatin a a I
nstalrs cooks and serves of are chocolate and cocoa
girl Dear Emily, course you remove ACOBH.ecaaaad. Add I has
chambermaid from italn that have not washed out in sauce; dissolve over hot pour Into a hot pan'that
er, and when the not Insane, you are a long way
fcway she also take on her du- Insane and It is much harder ordinary laundering, soak the stain FINAL NOTICE remaining juice and seasonings. Cool been set In a hot oven, 439 degree, r'
ft. being n wood alcohol to which a few Notice I. hereby given that th--. and add celery while cake la I being mixed. Bake In
Keith orders the meals andes for the sane to lose their minds added. 'ndernltrned hall filed her final re \
until '
of ammonia have been combination 23 minute or
drops executrix under the lI"twill Since the main dish Is a a hot oven 20 to
do- turn an
full charge of the whole But are unnec-
sounds. you
than It Rinse thoroughly after stain disappears. and tentament 0' Uernariacotin salad and main dish-If served cake springs back when touched. Invert I
"stic scene.irtistlo essaaUy sacrincingyourself In a Non-washable fa Dries shoulde daceaaed. and hoe appll.dlur ,
watercress garnish to cool cake. !
and under circumstancesthat sponged with carbon tetrachlor final discharge as ouch execurlT with a lettuce or pan i iFroze.
Printer Without Friends. manner and that 'said final repor'III and mayonnaise If you want It, Strawberry Filling. .
hyIrogen >
make the situation decidedlyIerioua de. It any; stain remain use :: be brought on before the. tlon i7!
He I Is his interest with the menu with some attrae'live lemon-Havered gelatin I
a solitary, one and the sooner you get away pfroxide applying a chic' R. K. FERRYMAN Count;! balance 1 package
life his printing press, on which dark lonely house nvdlcine dropper or a glass rod. J iidaj* I In and for Kradford County. assorted sandwiches. Sandwiches 1 cap boiling water tt' t tI
does from that gloomy from washible Florida, for approval and for tho< be light snacks for itrawberrlee
very beautiful work, right whose peculiarities and To remove lipstick of order of final dlanarire should I package frean-fresea
and this man dry an "I'
e in the house. Three or four him, fabrics rub the stained sur- of the underlined! a" exeiurlx this type of party, so we'll fall back 1 I cap whipping cream '
selfishness have so grown upon face' with a fatty substance such aforesaid on the fth da;;, cheese.
ks and boys are always com- 8265'r aa the old standby cream stir !
to gelatin.
the better for both. as cold cream or lard or butter.Let 0' March, A. D. IMS.DATBK '. Add boiling water I
and going between us and the Pack a small bag of necessities, stand for ten minute or so thin oth day of February, Cream Cheese Rail. until dissolved. Break strawberriesinto It

but he is rarely away from take all the money you can, and quietly ind then scrape off excess. Wash A. D. 1943. ARAH Mix 1 package of softened cream separate pieces, add to gelatin 'I I

me, and never away for a meaL board a bus for Chicago. Goo In hot soap suds. U stain remain Aa executrix under the 1 :tCo:111 cheese with 1 tablespoon of mayonnaise and stir carefully.' The cold strawberries f

m exercise la walking in theunds employment; agency there leach with chlorine bleach on cottons Dramatic Contrast nd testament of n.rnar.lrO.d" and a dash of Worcestershire will cool the gelatin and at !

; he does not go to church and any get a Job as linen woman in a and linens. For wool, silk with or Pattern No. 8265.-"Plenty pret- eoeaeed. 'sauce. Blend thoroughly Take thinly the same time thaw the syrup .i/
i we have no friends. In a hospital ayon use hydrogen peroxide y" is the verdict Junior girls are around the berries. If strawberries
hotel extra woman few drops of ammonia added. ageing, on this gay young frock. SIDESHOW i
'I "last Dun before adding
[ mean that ; we have no kitchen waitress in a tea-shop Sponge lipstick stain on non. Vork it out in contrasts-red top .re thawed cool gelatin

i-nds. it I attempt an occasional taleswoman In a big department washable fabric with carbon tetra. with blue and red checked skirt forstanceand Lynn Sayai strawberry mixture. Whip

nmittee meeting here or if a call- tore or any other of the hundreds chloride or similar dry cleaning sol.rent. you'll have real style The Score Card: It looks very cream and fold In H cup of whipped

comes in in the late afternoon, of Jobs that are going begging now. If stains persist send to dry xcitement Or make' it of light much as though you will cook cream Into strawberry mixture.

hovering about In a state of re- Be sure it is not a lonely office Job leaner and tell him the nature of velght wool outline the low basque what you can find with more With a sharp knife cut out centerof v

htment and impatience Is enough but get in among your fellow creatures he stain. from washible bodice and the cute pockets with a foods announced as to become ra cake with a sawing motion, leaving :

make certain that it doesn't hip- and for awhile at least boardIn To remove fabric lay nail stained polish area on a right embroidered 8269 designed braid. for Uoned. Canned and frozen foods a 1-lnch shell around top of cake. ,
n t twice. He calls down from the boarding house Pattern No. will be less of cake and tear off ,
meats center
a family, or a hick pad of cheesecloth. With a Izes 11. 13 15 17 and 19. Size 13 along with Lift out
per hallway a dozen Umea; 'could where there Is a big group. If you ;lass rod apply nail polish remover. ontrast takes 1% yards 39-inch ma- has nothing easily available. pieces of center to fill hole at bottomof

ice you a moment dear?' so that can find work among children ponce any remaining stain with erlal for top with short sleeves, The Great Presto Fresh fruits and vegetables are cake left by tube. Use this extra I

I visitor Is uncomfortably aware whose needs are the best cure for, :cnat..red alcohol.Relief 2 Vt yard for bias cut skirt. Mono up either sleeve. Then where to be unrationed so keep your cake: and put into filling or frost

[his fe lina. Introspective melancholy that I'' tone dress with *4 sleeves. 3% did those biscuits come from? budgetwise and marketwise eyes mall pieces and roll In coconut. I

Of late he has been trying rather know of, or among the suffering and 'ards 39-Inch material, 8 yards h-that ees magic, madame. cocked for bargains. Turnips Pour strawberry Oiling Into cake. I

'tously and clumsily but unmls- aeedy your own troubles win blow At Last raid. Be I further rtounded: by this::. carrots, beets, citrus fruits and Frost? outside of cake with remain.Ing t'i

ably, to convince me that my way from you like fog before a t \ Five of those biscuits, when apples will appeal to wise menu cream. Part of this frosting ;l'' i

id is falling. The constant nagg lumrner sun. Plunge into active, w_ baked with Rumford Baking makers. may be used through a cake decorator .
exhausting living, go up Warn Canned soups which you obtain tube to add valentines to side '1'
and picking that goes on, hour ibiorbed. Powder, provide Mi your daily .;
cr' hour and day after day has :o-your quiet little room. and your For Your Cough Addr" -_. ,. minimum requirement of phosphorus and pay more for now are usually and swirls to top of cake as shown '
healthily wearied, more concentrated and you above. Put cake in refrigerator
tainly affected my nerves, and I rooks at night /4 your daily minimum in picture g,
ftnd the cure. promptly because Can get more food value from for H hour or long enough I .
i beginning to do things that in a ,md you'll Creomulfiton relieve of F calcium! These minerals help I
pier day I would myself have Simple Separation May Help. it goes right to the seat of the them. You'll like using dehydrated to set ftllln,. Serves 10.. '.
Thereeedn't help loosen and expel Name o* paper.Patten bulld sound bones, teeth, nerves the chicken-noodle % I
divorce. trouble to
ught 'queer.* There needn't be a soups, (Thai problems or recipes are mail ip ij
recorded unpleasmtness. germ laden phlegm and aid nature And when it comes to grabbing combinations being winner. mind these winter> til,,,.' 9'tit* I p a
For) any inflamed .toBend -
tender on
ch: discussion example, there baa been You need only write Keith to I soothe bronchial said heal mucous raw mem- those delicious Rumford biscuits, I Plan to pack wbole wheat flours to Lynn jour Chamber for ..,..,. adv c. art : I r 1

of a large glass help is so hand is quicker than ze eye InEEs1J. pancake mixes problem, el W.starsiewlpap.r
se. I hat in these days when ranea.Tell your druggist to sell you 19 cent In coin (toreeeh ze and dehydrated four particular '
It from our room needed in so many differ. bottle of Creomulslon with the understanding pattern dealred) to- Into your' shopping bags. The for. \ Union, 7ID South Daplam'. k lJ
ise auch a mass of flowers made irgently could not remain you must like the way it : .. RwnloieVa TS- mer will help you get vitamin B S"..... Chk.go, IlL PI,.,' he sure *. \

head ache. He had It broughtk >nt directions, you like to come quickly allay the cough or :you are Patricia Dow Pattern ly _eel.. Material.. Write In the diet while the latter Is a .rnr/OM tromped tetf-JJmfeJ em t
: the flower were changed; die: tell him If you to have your money back.2REOMULSION. today-Rumford Baking Powder, i.rfop for your reply. ..4 4'

I it all right.now? Presently the and see you go to lunch or for dinner hlnvlelf ;: toe W. lima *L. New ..... M. T. Boa 1, Rumford Rhode Island flne time-saver. I 1'.....*! by Wtatera Newspaper t/oJeeb tit :.l lI

..>vy headachy with him and let him! are '
are happy for Coughs Chest Colds Bronchitis "-
re back; "Lizzie had forgotten to that you ,

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Includes $224.40, ticket sales for Ass11. Manager Gone A L. Alvarez
Selectee List coin "Praise the Lord andRED lot>
the ball, and $37.65 from went out to the place:
Mr Martha NorrIs assistant'
Is Announced boxes but doe not Include receipt roomed, near Bill Sapn'.T'Road
of the Blandlng Center
from the March-of-Dlmes manager 48, and lather ?
ry branch of P. S. Stores,. Inc., left *
following Selective sent to
;; Th cards, which are directly greater part of the
registrant" from Bradford County Washington/ where 50 percent Is Monday for her home In Clncin''the money. They icou

have recently been Inducted at later returned to the county = PASS iri natl, Ohio to resume her former Tuesday !and Wednesday Were

Camp Blanding and are now serving chairman. Mr. Guy believes thatat position with the Victor Electric the victims to come I'

: in the armed force: leant $100 should be realized Company, doing defense work. house and Identify to the
t Her husband, Pre Walter Norris, their k
rah l White from this source as Kudents at Ings and Incidentally,

( Jam Allen Van Dien, James B. K. S. were very enthusiastic, who is 46 years of age, was discharged slble. the thief. Most ever I
from at Camp
Starling, In their support of the drive. Army except the
Michael Barwick, Leon, Blanding and left Cincinnati money ban t>*
Elmer Werner Llghtsey. Frederick After all expenses are paid. It covered and distributed
Jan. 19 to accept a job.
41 Lambert Watterson Elllsa Odell Is hoped that the county committee i proper owners-Inc 1 u d|
Mr. and Mrs. Norris came to
Orr, William Bnnla Dowling, will net around $250 from :.:=.. Starke five months ago, when he diamond rings worth arouJstolen /
Henry Franklin Parmenter Alvin the event this year. Half of this from Mrs. O. A An
?p' Brit Howard, Cecil Everett Leach amount will be sent to the National 0_' :;:- entered Camp Bianding. I The thief claimed that j

Ovid Norman, Vincent Marvin Foundation and half will .:.. ,,:' -= (Punk) Simmons was ,,

Baxter, Hugh Monroe Sullivan, remain here for local use. .. .'-o.r .-. Recent BirthsMr. with her-that she would

Louie Lorenzo Hill. James Melbourne -- and Mrs. Floyd Elias King, and he would do the It

Cannon, James Miller, New ManagerAt Lawtey, Feb. 2, girl; "Punk" Is In Jail, but

; Louis Carter Alvin Everett Me- Mr. and Mrs. Vandi Ellis W1I- Androu puts no credence t

KInney. Jr., George Rlste Jones Western Union llama, Starke, Feb. S,. girl. story, since Indications an

Wallace Com! Collins, Myrle M. T. A. May former manager of Mr and Mrs. Tracy Baker, she alone carried out the u

Gano, Robert Franklin Judd, John Although she Is a
Feb. 5
the local Western Union, office Keystone Heights, boy. minor,
l, DeaverEugene t. was recently transferred to Tallahassee Mi. and Mrs Albert Griff, thing points to a term t

where he now managesthat Starke Feb. 6, girl. State Prison Farm for her
,Joseph Oliver Beatty, Herbert authorities are in favor
office. He left Starke Jan Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Brown, 01

William Crawford, Thomas Frank uary 9, though his wife remainedIn Starke: Feb. JB, boy.. and Incidentally, the rpm

Clement Starke until last Sunday.The M,'. and Mre. James' Carter, dt Marianna Is for boys; tb
Clay Hill Feb. 9, girl.
of the Starkeoffice
new manager : at Ocala for white girls
Leslie Franklin Gltsnon. William Mi, and Mrs. Leonard Griffis, onlj)
is E. J. Whitehead, who
Edward Norman Clifton B. : that leaves Raiford aa the
came here from Sebring where Stark, Feb 9, twin boys.
; Hayes George W. Prevail Don- alternative.
be lias been manager for about
Irvin I
aId Goodman, Thomas Mttrnereau I
f <" Resnl 16. n. Anderson. Don : a year.: Originally from Mont- Arrest,Of Negro Girl N' O 'T I <- B
gomry., Ala., he came to Florida February! 11
aid E. Smith James R. L. Smith, Ends Wave of Thefts BRADFORD COUNTY [(
William Stlcox, Purvis Edward six years ago: and has been with : NOTICE IS HKIlfcltv' I
the Western Union t LakeV'ortii 'that pursuant to Heitlon
a from
(Continued page one)
Roosevelt Green
Griffis, Percy Chapter 1298 Laws (IIf f
David Lemuel Shuford James New Smyrna Beach his car, whjch was parked in Art of 1937 known an the
( Cocoa and Sebring before coming', PHY ACT, the following d.,
; Amucl OJom, Claude Alfred Mor ; front of Dr, M. B. Herlong's office land In Bradford County, y,
1 to Starke Jan. 5. I .for 15 or 20 minutes one 'I will be offered for Main at ,
1' gan. "
a outcry for the. hlRhrxt
Colornl. Ills wife, who accompanied -.., day. rash bid, subject to the a.d nr
him to Starke Is from Cullman, "!!:mma'"' was arrested Monday the trustees of the Inlrniprovement '
{ Edward Johnson. Allen DeSue, about 10 o'clock. Sheriff A. Fund to rejmt, u,
Ala. and have taken night
Charles Edward Britt Archie they up all bids, at the Courthou.. l,
their residence in Noll man Village O. Andreu stated Wednesday, nlnlll' at 10.00: o'rlock A. M i i13th.
Kittles, Tommy Edward Tucker on West Madison St. ,.... and the uprorar 'which she had ., day of March A, D
Jamed. Jones, John Smith, Jesse K.. e./ basement for rond right of'
.ad created In Starke has subsided, 200 feet wide will be rt-m-rvri
McBride. tN._ C '!! 1 j along with the orgy of thievery I any parcel through which than
Defense MeetingSet ... {, I existing/ State Rnnili .
Her half-sister, Clara Davenport, i Lot 47 Town of lyiiutn
Clute Names For Tonight was arrested first because she !I, H.Ry.,22'e.23 E. 24, :25, 28 Tell[,

,. wag found In possession of one of -W(4 nt BEM of 5F'of'
Garden Chairmen ATter a long period of hesitation CROSS the stolen That together Sec. *8, Twp. 6 S, R. 22 K.I
.. purses. Lot 3 of Rlk 42 I.lvln,
well-advertised meetingof Civilian Defense In Bradford with the fact that the thief hada Truby k Co' Hub-Dlv. of lit
At a County, under the able leadershipof -APPEAL- _" NKV4. 28. Twp!
the Victory Garden Club, held Meet the PeopleE mania for Inquiring where "Mrs. 5 A"cin NK oHorllii
In the office of W T Clute chairman Commander A. J. Thomas and ; ,_: Johnnon" lived was finally re NE''<; being 467 ft, N S Ht,
Executive Officer W. M. Edwards, A eolnntH "by TOT and .bout"Ik for the law ft li & W, See. 3, Twp. 78,
_ Monday night, it wa/ decided -''of the Civilian Defense lUNl Cr... Work In !!I(...... sponslble- helping enforcement H.
that the following men Corps, Is Prepared by !Stnft! Member. < ..ch week In this epace will be presented a' picture officers trap her. Clara TRU8TRKS OP TNT :nSAI
at last Reeling Its stride. A und word portrait ol someone whom name U new) Davenport was freed because she KOVKMKNT: PUNU uPSTATE
be pub-chairmen" : I FLORIDA
Ippolnted an OF
Mr- Lemuel Colson, Chairmanof
will be held 8 :
meeting at o'clock
L. A. Davis, funds. To mine had nothing to do with the steal- fly A. J. Thomas, Aynt Tr
for, tonIght in the courthouse, and Production, reports a full attendance Despite the general public's persistent hope Ing and because he turnedStattl'3 I. I. Fund, Bradford {Count
$500 prizes.
"beginning ton 1 gh t a defense at the Production Roomson that 1942 Income taxes will be "forgiven/*
W. H. Hart, flnancet meeting will be held in the Courthouse Thursday. It Is sincerely hoped e Washington officials state emphatically that evidence and helped turn iv: CIRCUIT COt'RT. ants
in her sister (rorsTY FLomuti IM t
Jos. E. Wilson, qualifications.Will will continue. Last March 13 still something.
every Friday night until that this I means payment on ('I<:HY. .
decide size and type garden further not i Ice," Mr. Edwards week was devoted to making and ))1.. Whether that "something" will be 1942 or 1943 After< the culprit had been'al'- Mary lloyce Maloney, riulnli

ellgtole for prizes. stated Wednesday.At filling the Kit Bags. The schoolIn 4 v A taxes Is up to congress rested and was safely In the John Maloney, Defendant. Cu

E. I* Matthews, publicity. Reno, under the direction of I Nearly everybody, including President County Jail here, a deputy sheriff 2288.ORDER OF P1tHLIf ATtb
Julius L. Thorn, membership the meeting tonight. Dr. Roosevelt and constable from Palatka AND NOTICE TO AH'BAI
Mail!. Hunter, filled eleven Kit seems to favor the pay-as-you-go a
To see that every foot of avail Heath of the University of Florida Bags In 'three days. The ladlesof ,. plan conceived by Beardsiy Ruml and Intro came to Starke and asked Sheriff Maloney whore add revs i

able ground In Starke Is placedin will" hold a "gas training Brooker sent $6 for the Kit I duced by Representative Frank Carlson of Andryu to be on the lookout for Greenwich Street, New York
class, according to a letter from Kansas to a congress plagued by the New York.
cultivation. necessity "
"the thief ..
Bags. The response to this call worst I ever saw. You are required to app.
A. J. Thomas !instruction Liaison Officer W, E much
? la appreciated, I
'' of Tallahassee very 1943 1st. 1943, In thenamed .
to Commander A war budget. According to Ruml'8plan January
M. F, TopCU1'e "
Brown ,equipment. wishes Sheriff. "Emma Court >
( your Reel Cross Chapter Wright. they and cause w
J. Thomas. taxes would be skipped and
All officers and other payment
the' of tractors and plaintiff n"ek* divorce and t
replied. Andreu told
'l Interested people are urged to bepresort to thank those who have given I begun Immediately on 1943 taxes, which would name restored. BradfordTel.gikph C.
other' equipment for contestants at the meeting 0 both time and money to this J then be paid In full before the first quarterly them they were too late-that M b..*. 11 publish
at reasonable cost., he Order In nest four weekly I IMIiWltrieHB
I had already locked her ,
.undertaking I payment on them would normally be due.. up. my hand and offlcli!
Dr. M. B. Hurlong,,Judge E. K. The Staff Assistants were' They told him, that they had at Stark Florida, this Jv
t 4'4 Perryman and, J. Cv Hoover, Baby Found Dead awarded their Certificates this Beardsiy Rum, a big. Jovial man is knownas warrants ,for her for stealing 2 8U,.. 1M3.
a splendid conversationalist. He loves a (OFFICIAL. SEAL) A. J. ItAi
Judges for the Awarding of prizes. Henderson week.. 'These girls have worked four purses in Palatka. Clerk of mid Court.Charlei .
I, Gene Hillard
2- good argument
"C. I says that his tax plan Is I ?
H. Nasworthy, distribution Sheriff Andreu Miller/ Jacksonville
been and
and and have Police Chief
mon.h old of lung faithfully, the result of s
of surplus. To see that no food son Sgt. and Mrs. many minds and many argu Atty. fur Pit. l-a
Ben Hillard Henderson, was fount of Invaluable help In all clerical ments. No mere theorist he la a department

goes to waste. dead In when undertaking .* I store executive who knows how the
t bed his parents far consumer's
Rev. O. C. Powell, 'fencing.: To awoke Wednesday morning at VOLUNTEER FOR VICTORY I Beardsiy Burnt dollar can be stretched.Cuban I CLASSIFIED ADSFOR J
nee that all fences are kept inrepair .
the home of H. A. Lawson; where -
and that all livestock and they reside. When they retired Gets CertificateOf U. S. APPROVED baby chicks, WANTED-Used small tab
poultry is kept within bounds. ,
I at 1 A. M. Wednesday the baby 'Hampshire Reds, day old, or ding in playing condition.

was hale and hearty* and when Appreciation started pullets. English strain Dahmer. 110 East Call I>

Receipts From Ball they arose at 11 A. M. they W.. M. Edwards, who has been President Admires Tank Gift White Leghorns from R. O. P.
cockrels. From hens, 200
Total $262.05 found that he had been dead for some time cooperating with eggsand
up. Place orders now, FOR. SALE-Number 1 eeG
severed hours.
the Bradford Selective
County Reasonable prices) on 6weeksold nuts for *ttlaat Dock C
a rired Guy Bradford County Ills body was. prepared by De Service Board in helping secure I "
pullets'. E. E. place near. Long Bridge
Wasdln. 3ml
w4 r chairman of the President's Birth Witt ; who for
: C Joneo and shipped to employment for those J Th
north of Waldo on Road 13. per bushel. R. H.
day Ball announced yesterdaythat I Athens, Ala., where the funeral one reason or another, have been F vA Lake Butler, Fla.

gross receipts from the event 'and Interment will take place discharged from the armed forces, PEANUT SEED Fla. runners

this year totaled 26205. This some time today. has received the recognition of $2.50 bu. North Carolina seed FOR RENT-Two-room fur

CHURCH DIRECTORY OF : President Roosevelt. This week $3.2C: H. Driggers Co., Lake ap.a.rtments.-Della Good;

SERVICES FarceMelodramaPleaaea he received the following. Butler, Fla. 1-22-6 12| ml. south of Starke on
"The President of the United 13.

*FIRST. N. ..1.HAPTIVTRev. Mr.o.!. r..,.raes CrowdAt States of America awards this IF YOU WOULD BUY OR SELL
N. WaiMt Street USO Certificate of Appreciation to W. milk cows' stock cows, beef LOST-White female Split
Church School ':41 A. M. Sunday 0 eN ed Call
Spltsle. Reward.
M. Edwards cattle stock bulls
P tl.OO A. M. Reemploymemnt R or hogs get
B..or.I't'r.r., M. No audience of service men or Committeeman, Bradford County In touch with J. D. Odom Jr.. A. Hartman Phone 52-J

Uvenlmr Wedaeaday Wor.hlp Worahlp 8:00: ':00 P. P.M.M. any USO program has ever been Local Board, in grateful recogni- Box 247 Starke; Box 204 Lake SALESMAN WANTKB

more abundantly blessed by any tion of patriotic services rendered City; Telephone 481 Lake City.

FIRST MRTffOIMHTto amateur theatrical than that In aiding In the administration of Auction market every Thurs WANT PLEASANT WORK

_, ISO. O.N.C.c.....w......"Street, r..... which played under Joint Starke the Selective Training and Ser day on all classes of live stockat business of'your own?

i Church Hrhool 19:on A. M. USO auspices last Sunday even vice Act. Awarded this second Lake City at 2:30: P, M. profits selling over 200

Sunday Young People Womhlp 7:00: U-OOA.:P. M. K. ing on the USO-YMCA stage. day o* Jan. 1943. advertized Rawleigh honx

EveiUns-: Worship 8.00 P: M Troupers of the Little Threatreo Franklin. Roosevelt. ? FOR SALP-6-room: house with necessities. Pays better
Wednesday Wor.hlp 8:00 P. M. 2 porches. Lawtey Fla.
fGalnsvllle, who lasted November -: Lewis B. Hershey Mrs. most occupations. Hundrt

I ST. MIRK' KPISCOPAL brought us "Arsenic and Old Director of Service W. F. Godwin, Box 93, Starke, business< 5 to 20 years or''

M.... ....... Yerke*. H....* Lace" again weathered Increasing'''. Fla. 1-29-Hp 2-19 Products-equipment on c
JMM N. Ck>reh .......'
Church Hrhool' 10-OO A;' M, war-curtailed transportation difficulties U. P. Davis Dies FOR SALE-LIttle Simpson seed No experience needed to*
_ Womhlp It00: A. U. to bring their refreshing we teach how. Write
Sunday Vlvenlnir 7-30 P. M. Ulysses Perry Davis!, 73, a for cane 2ft. average, le per stalk you j
Friday Kvenlnir 7:10 P'' M. and hilarious melodrama, "PureAs President Fnlgencle Batista and two of his generals 41eD. Irnaclo -F. C. Hodges, Rt. 2 Box 63 for full particulars. Ka HDe
mer resident of Starke and There- ,
Holy Days 141:041 A. M.ITIIUIT Galindes and Gee Lopes Megneyr. are shown
the Driven Snow" to our community inspecting one of the Starke. ;>t. FAB-223-145. 101"'
4 for the diversion of the sea died February 3 at his home American tanks upon arrival at Havana from the United Slates, to 16| -2tp Tonn.JUICX.
PRK9MYTRIIIANtt.fr. southwest of Madison and was strengthen the Cuban army. The <42-year-old< president recently visited
Ckae. II. "'''... FmmtmT armed forces. ,this country aDd arranged for the transfer RENT--Small farm. with
ft-M Nr.h Cheery ... buried the followlg day In the Oak material good 5-room house. FRYERS -< Tender
Truth to tell, we have not seen Three mL
Church School 1.:00: A. K.Sunday Rldgo Cemetery near there. buttermilksweighing f 1
Wornhlp 11-00: A. U. a better piece of theatre done by wo-it of Lawtey. Rent reason 'tery raised
Senior Crueadee ':00 P. M. He was a native of Indiana and able, with or without 2 Ibs. now. AI>a J
any other amateur theatre, and land.
Intermediate Youth 4-00: P. M. later lived In Kansas, Oklahomaand
EveningWorship 7:00 P. M. we have seen even loudly-lauded Convoy GunnerTypical Mrs. H. C. Wainwright, Lawtey tang eggs, red and leghoE.
California, where he was engaged Go Get E. 3 ml.
)I Him. Rex! Wasdln
professional casts turn out work 11 -2tp
j In the ,
"T. FUWAHD CTATHOI.M3RVT. I dairy and bakery Waldo on Road 13. 2.
..... that couldn't compare with this '
TlMMh J. Mar. r.TeMple r. business. Several years ago became FOR SALE---Resiedence
Avee. .. burglary
Early Ma. ':00 A. M. production. to Florida and lived for Insurance $7.50 per Please HELP WANTED-Local g1 Ml
'.., !>**!.. ..r.le. In this writer's opinion the out- some time In Jacksonville and call 146. H. C. Wall year. 17 to 25, to learn to ma//
Sunday M... ':OO A. M. standing performances of the agency.
Week Day Man 8-00: A. ... later hi Theressa and Starke. He 2.12-2t tu.'es. Steady position.
evening( were given by beautiful moved to Madison about 4 years Bradford Photo Shop,

KINGftf.lOY. M. M. f.AKU Till...BAPTI1THer. P..twviServlcea Myrtle Hunter an the heotne by ago. FOUND-Large male white set Western Union.SOLDIERS .
Every Monday;; Bob Haygood as the hero and by 748 ter bird dog color white with
indy School10 A. M. Man the traditional but he t'yyy wtU!
Grigsby as part assigned to him proved few black spots. Mingled WIFE |
-Mornlnr WorablU A. M. { ears.
i -- vllllan. All were true to their his artistry between acts at the Owner pay cost and get dog. months-old child v/U

PII NUll IIIR"T'I.t tri.H. OOtPHI.TAHKII classic types and masters of piano accompanying the sparkling p' ,B. fl. Edwards Route 2, Box share housework for road

W.>>>r..hlp Hervive, each lord's Pay, their respective roles. David Mar gay-nlnty songv of charming 238- board In or'" near Stark

'"nthl" -boot- r, U.KvanicoUstln tin waR the outstanding character Helen Oxford Alford. lip Pvt. Burnlccr McCardlftl

: KttrvlcII P. !M from the make-up kit, for which Special tribute Is due to Margaret 4r: FOR SALE-1933 Chevrolet 4- QM Co. (Refrlg.) Camp

Tueedajr hell.W.dnewrnY4'hlldren'a" lllbl. Study 8 f. M. .InMl Alice Parrlsh Is to be credited. Haygood, mother of the talented door sedan. T. Frank Land rum. ding.
Illbl !.... Flossy Hennessy, JJane Snow, Bob Haygood, who, besides l Telephone 162., up
eon and 'horal Work-4 P. M Rachel! Seay, and Guy Azar were assist I ngln production stepped Into teiA FOR RENT One 2-bedroosl:
Prayer Groups
.- m". M. the next group of prlcipals whose the role of Faith Hogue over- t STRAYED-gmall red heifer Calf, with kitchen living roo>n.

.".i.y-Ev"nar..U"' M. Mevtlnv work deserves more than ordinary night, replacing a member of the A Reward $2. Wm. F. Cone private entrance a 11 I >11'

praise. And while on this cast and as prompter for the play Route 2, Box 245-B, Starke 2.12 convenience One apL

CIRTI.It ov runiHTmt group let me say that the service an assistance needed only twice, t 2tp I be,1 room, kitchen, bath, d JJI
.. men appreciated such an a good record for I venlences' 1-2 ml. 0
( n.. R'-k % of I ml Ds. aggregation any performance .-Go 4
I ....... of feminine pulchritudein preceding Us hometown premier I M1L WANTED-riders from Starke to Lake City highway and

811',.. H. Codex. nw..Re11.tl one cast as that displayed! by as was the case. ef the men who man the Camp Blanding, leaving at 8:30: for W. C. Conner.

I Morning+lbl. Btudy Worship 10 'OO II A.;:OO M.A. M.KvtinlnK Misses Hunter Seay and Snow. And to all the rest, among them cargo ships. that form the "bridge"that Rex didn't need much sirglnr. At A. M. and returning at 6 P. M.

: Womhlp 7:'SO P. MIllblo What an Ideal casting they wouldbe Maxine Williams, Helen Rodman, spans the Atlantic for war supplies a word .f command from Private See Mrs. O. J. FOR SALE-Cream Jerse1
i tttody W.......d..y 1:00: P. MVUnmmlfT to Great Britain and Russia John Kavaaaoch, the canine sentry Lewis at the wtJI
as the "three little maids from and the capable director of the la Mangos Jbaa, 54-year-old Norwegian charted right at the USO-YWCA office. jtp cow, heavy milker,

COBMCNITT. ":O"P"I. MISSIONI4 : school" In Gilbert and Sullivan's play. Dr. Slgiamond R. Dlettrlch, gunner. Recently rescued who Is still thanking his cameraman lucky stars fresh March l.-W, C.

I lake I. ..1.1.V 'l Oate The Mtdakoo! who made this evening of warmth after spending eight day In an open thai the leash was a food substan FOR SALp-Furnlture. Starke. _

Kvanxellxtlf: rt.r" *.W.r:1: Sunray The genius of Claude Murphree and laughter possible, our ever boat after his ship was torpedoed tial one. Rex and scores or ether and equipment fixtures( -
nlarM 1-S0. the veteran .la back on duty, trained don rooming NARCISSI SALedo' "J
enjoyed little scope in the small lasting thanks hoping are now helplnc guard ho.we... FOR
A. Brookes Sponsor to get his Mamie ""
sights lined
I on a U-boat. the vital Panama canal. So. : n, 2 doav; 25c.-* -
,St., Starke.
Jtp Fields, ,Starke.rAGG .

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