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 19, 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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Holding Location: University of Florida
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Trading,Center andRecreation BRADfORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH Sweetest Strawberries !:

for Camp Blending, This Side of Heaven (

Official County Publication Established In 1877


ed" "'Cross War Fund Quota Cold Weather Speeds Threat' Of Up, Rabies War PUBLIC TO REGISTER J

et At $6,000 In County; .' Will Delay On Stray only are} DogsNot the County Health FOR 'POINT TIONING' :

Unit and the Police Department if

rive 'Will Start March 1 1jovor Berry CropA worried over the prevalence will of "Point rationing"' will be Introduced ( !I

so many dog wandering at 26 YoungstersHave with- six-day registration -

down Starke's streets, but Bradford BoysAre February
knockout blow for Bradford up anal< period beginning
the desk of the Red Cross County's strawberry crop, delay many citizen*; are also "up In First Medical 22 Juring which families will get
Director at home and over- Zone Chairmen War Ration Book Two-one for
.1d AfternoonThe
Ing heavy shipments for from arms' 'about., 'Jt, especially since Wednesday
bases are poured the troubled "First"William each 'member of the household.
as Will Give Facts six weeks was deliveredthis
to ,
rabies aeems* to be almost as of the selective
rice of men In uniform. Gen- I( ceaseless grind During this lx-day period all
week In the form of freezing .
.illy' they have to do with home On RationingW. that dipped below 20 prevalent as doge", service mill Is continuing In retail stocks of rationed goods i 1

Jobfema -r illness marital temperatures morningand A week or two ago a mad dog Bradford County, as well 88 In all Junior Dukes. 19yearold will be frozen to allow storekeepers f j
> jlew, legal tangles, financial T. Clute, community Ser degrees brought heavy Monday damage to wau Bliot near Klngaley Lake other parts of the U. S. Twenty-! Brooker youth, was the flrpt to get their stocks in ( j

tabl. Sometimes they are vice Member, states that the following In the southern after It had bitten several per five more Bradford Count lane- man chosen for the Navy under baoe before the day point ration |]
nail worries which can easily be members have been ap- crops even part sons. This week the danger most> of whom are In the "teen the new system of drafting men shopping begins. In other
of tho state.
rnt;htened "out. Through the chairmen of the Hurried by' mild winter came closer r home when a mad age" group ,and several of whom for all branches of the armed words you will rot be able to
pointed zone along
erns Service worker in the local weather; to this week, Brad dog was racing,, up and down the are students in the State Uni- forof_Navy, Marine Corp, and buy any of the rationed foods J'
|.d 1 Cross Chapters pie field dl- Community Service Department of ford berries; up were beginning to streets of Starke biting six other versity at Gainesville-were sent Coa.it, Guard, as well as the during the registration period but ,

ctor unravels these human the War Price and Rationing ripen and several growers hail dog In Its rampage. The police to the State Prison Farm Hospital Army-. which was Inaugurated. at you will be able to' buy other' '

.rH.\ Board. Anypne In their zone requiring started picking cratey for nearby shot: all seven dogs concerned, Wednesday morning for Cum.) Blanding Saturday.. unratloned foods. 'h

According to Mrs. Bessie Burns,, information 'as to point markets, afthough the movementwas thuu eliminating the danger of their preliminary examination by Hereafter, all men within the Beginning Monday, Feb. 22, and :
lama Service Secretary of the their biting people Dr J. M.. Hembree and his assist- draft ages of 18 to 38 must! first continuing through Wednesday.
were excellent
have answered light.
rationing can Inquiries
led Cross Chapter In Bradford ranging as high as $6a Dr. Malcolm: J. .'ord. Director ants. They were: Leonard F. peen through the armed forces Keb. 24, War Ration Book Two ",

ounty, 552 such, cases have been by contacting one of the crate. Berries are out of of the Health Unit urges that all Smith.I D. J. Phillips Merle Induction station located on an will be Issued at the following

Lndled here since Pearl Harbor following cone chairmen:: the pint however, until at dogs be vaccinated and kept off Packhum, James Delbert Casey, Army post and manned by representatives places In Bradford County: Starke
picture now
lthe country, at large more Foster Shl Smith, Bradford least the last of March. the streets. Police Chief A. I* William Crosby, Ernest Trlest. of the four branches school) house; Lawlcy white school;

an 440,000 men in the 'Armed High School; Mrs. Emma HUl,, Other crops, such as 'cabbage,, Alvarez warns: that the war on David Conerly George Shuford, It Is part of a national plan to Hell Venn Spring school; Hampton -

'orees asked for and received Lawtey Junior High School; Mrs., onions, and greens on small acre- stray dogs has;,. just begun; and Kverott Padgett, Harold Norman, draw manpower from one great white school; and Reno colored -
and' in aelvemonth Rusit.ll! Grlffls, Ralph L. Bradley, I reservoir.I Hchool. No books will be
jounsel I Daisy Fin her, Brooker Junior ages in various parts of the that 11 they p' ratat In going on
period. High School; R. S. Wasdln, Graham county were damaged, but total the streets alone they will bet put Jofferd D. Hampton Rudolph l : Bradford' County also had the l Iw-UvMl at the Board's office In
Take day in the life of Mrs. W. Charles Howard, Thomas Arnold to "first" the Starke Armory, Dempsey
a Elementary School; M. loss in thla county Is not considers In tha pound or shot-or bout honor supply the man
urea In ,our local I Chapter. Morrow, Hampton Junior High d heavy, as there .were not "If you want your dogV he said l Wa<1ln, Cecil Herbert Dobbs, N. to each of the other armed Sapp' chief clerk, stated. ''' .! '
and at five o'clock," D. Thomas, Dannie Hugh Crawford brunches under the All persons must bring their
Bright early School; H. P. Morgan, Heilbronn crops growing at thla time., "keep them off, the IIU'ettl. force new
|he said, "I was awakened by a Elementary School; Mrs. .JesE>leI many William Enos Hayes, Jack system. War Ration Book One (sugar I
call from a Field I Edward J Sullivan. St. George Bax- of book) with them. One adult \.
i ng distance Lee Lazenby, New River Elementary Arthur Pewey Griffin, 20,
'rector In Alabama, asking that I I School; Mrs. Ola Mae Perkins Mrs. Alvarez Johns ClosesGrocery ter, Earl Starling, James GadsonGriff Luwiey. wan first of the group member nf tho family Is to regis. ,i' \

verify the serious illness in theoNplnl Vanderbilt School; Arthur Seriously Burned la, Coolidge O a s s to 11 and pell-clod for tho Army.To tor for the entire family. Some :
mother 'of aol Herbert: Adam Green. think that ration book one has
of the a McRae.: Rising Elementary School the Coast Guard, ax its
lIer. I was to call him right and Mallie ,Meeks Hunter. Reno Mi*. J. M. Alvares was takento StoreMonday One awn Foster Clyde Keen, first Inductee, went Thomas to be surrendered to the Board In '

|>ack. By the time this was done, Colored School. :he Riverside Hospital, Jack who was transferred to this! (Tim Scott, son of Mr. and Mrs. order to get ration book two. ',,.< '.

had only a few minutes for a Mrs. Joe Wilson, Mrs. Eva I "onvllleVednesJay afternoon following Board brought; the total to 26 J. O. Scott, who recently movedto Thla is a mistake, HP ration book. t

fit nap before I had to get up." Dlalr, Mj-8. Bertha Pearce Mrs. ; severe facial and body morning when S. R. who were examined Wednesday. JackHonvlllo from Starke. He ono is of equal Importance, and .

A t the office Mrs. Burn found Glen Duke Mrs. Lula Torode, burnt) sustained from an openfireplace Johns Ct Son's store on -.Washlngton was called by the Starke board has to be used right on for the ':

man waiting to see her who had I Mrs. J. T. Quigley, Mrs. Joe Tuesday night. I She: street opens up. It will sell Goes To ShipyardC. whllo attending the University of purchase of sugar, coffee, and ,

Lrrlvod at four o'clock that morning Jioovijr, Mro. T. J. Griffin Mrs had hardly recovered from only feed, fertilizer, a few seeds Ii!. Schmitt who has beenan Florida. hoes.

from Georgia.: He had heard Gene Matthews, Mrs. E. J. Dow. broken shoulder, which kept her and meat, 'Carl /Johns proprietor employe of De Wilt C. Jones Mitchell Troy Knight. 20, son Persona must bring; the followIng -

fhat hla son at Camp Blending1f.aa ling Mrs. R. A. Green, Mrs in bed for several weeks, when announced Wednesday. It will not In Starke for the last four of Mr. ana Mrs. K. 1. Knight of Information to the registration :

to be sent to foreign' service I I George Flynn, Mrn. D. A. Mon- the accident occurred.Mr. handle! groceries. after Saturday months, will leave tomorrow for Starke, was selected for the places: number of pounds of .

Ight away and of course, he teith and Mrs. A. Z.: Adklna. Alvarez' great-grandson, midnight! he sta ed. He Is selling Palatka where he will begin Marine Corps.Building coffee family unit had, on hand

>.'anted to see him. The only Information W. W Riser will handle all "Hank" Graham, was visiting In out h Ia I ,stock of groceries as work Monday In a shipyard. Mr. Nov., 28. 1D42 minus one pound \
he had was that his Information in reference to health. his home; and he went home rapidly as possible! and 'Will go Schmitt came to Florida from Permits I for each adult member of the i

ton was a Second ,Lieutenant in earlier' than usual to see him out of the groctry business en- Wheeling, W.. V..., eight years 1 : family! ; number of bottles or Jars :

\\ho 79th Division,, and that his 'To Preach getting there about 8:30: p, M. tirely tomorrow rtight. It Is probable ago, landing at St. Petersburg.For The I following building permits 8 011: or ,over, of commercially ,

on's wife was living- near the Tibbetts Mrs.. Alvarez had his supper ha said. tttat he will lease three years ,.prlor to coming were recently l issued by City I canned,, fruits, vegetables Juices t

'amp and received her mall On- At Presbyterian ready on a table in front of the the front part.or the building. to 'Htarke.j, he'.1w.an employe Clerk Carl, ,Johns, ? ... 'and'> 1 ral Delivery. In 45 minutes,,Mr. open fire place in the bed room.- Ar leaR"no'lff,'aS-ln"lareV" of"McKInirtryiW&) Florts f In 'To' JoftnHf' : .rrankrtir 'Jfan.: 28, e*fnod W; J"t1b)' 21. 1043, minus 5

J1Irp, : b.a4.&M"Omlu: \ ( ( -ih jSec T BM'who' S la As she passed Along In front of businesses! are cone' erned the Gainesville,- HU 'wife and 0- $ISO for the purpose of adding for each" person! In registeringunit. : "f

I tow 7 She applied.*,the"resourceralnaea I i ow"Mr"ot .Camp, oC the \Woodn, the fire, the crepe. hou -coat, ,Jdhna store Is the C first Starke month-old daughter;'Betty Jean; three rooms to present, residenceIn "Do not Include home-can< : ,
"'which; the 'Home Service she was wearing caughtfire I : ned articles Mr. Sapp said.
which Palatka. Reno
will accompany him to ; :
Park I
Worker has developed. First she Lake Pleasant, N. Y., and had'spread all over her casualty of the present war-time I ., I II

Handing ailed the, Field giving Director him all at the Camp tin-I of will the! give Patma the, Keystone message Heights at the, had body happened.before anyone realized what building continued condition; he his If said he grocery bad he would had business a have new; Brooker Women Take 'Active Part In Red Cross '.",.1)I

formation she had. ,Then .ehe. Presbyterian Church Sunday Finally, Mr. Alvarez smotheredout i ,\
but fince he is not out any recent ,.. .
lolled the post office, asking morning He has filled this pulpit the flame with a blanket. expense for a new building, he is I ICED CROSSThe Mr*. G. U. Feagle: and : Pvt. Hersholl Layfleld and Mrs. ,.
called and de-
them to put a note in General Local doctor were :.
several times In past years to the hospitalat closing the grocery end of his local Red Cross held Its Jaunlta, and Mrs. L. dauJlhter'1 I Layflold and small son of Val- .
for the wife. Thus send her
anther cided to
JJelivery' case was closed for "Mrs.liurna : and his ,messages are always noon Wednesday. department, at least'for the dura- meeting on Thursday, the members and daughter, Minnie doata spent last week here with f
knitting and finishing skirts. a few hours In Gainesville. Saturday Mr and Mrs. N. Mott. J P.
but thla was only the be- greatly appreciated. tlon.Mr.
L-lnnlng Johns gave two reason. for The ladles are all urged to help G. B. Colson made a business ..1 I

1 "While of thts the waa day.going on" she Dr. Tlbbltts the is war spending crisis distributing his- Two Soldiers his decision. First, the new Government and come on Thursday afternoons Mrs. R. E. Hazen and childrenwere trip to Jacksonville Thursday of >
time' during
tnld./ "my-office, was ,filling; up." Chrlstaa literature and Killed In Wreck regulations and restrictions in Gainesville Saturday.Mr. last week. '1
n 'weal colored I being carried out by the .- and Mrs. A. McKinney' Mrs. Alice Thomas spent several. ,
e"wattIDg..Jlne In
[ Bible" study material: a ,great MIIITHDAV PARTY
Joe E. ,Maloto Office ''of Price. Administration. '
Staff' Sergeant last week In Jackson-
omen who needed! help In making languages anti to a great Mrs L.' W. Barry entertainedfor of Starke'were. yUltlng Mrs. Me.Kln.tey'a daYI I
many M. Williams from the fact that of I
Carl so vUle"with i
and Pvt. Second many her son, Roy Thomas. 5 J
out her for allot- parents Mr. and Mrs.G. "
application people. His Influence her daughter Helen, on her 5'' '
many killed and to selective I
Blending were his employes are subject ( 41Lubedla
pent, as her husband bad neglectd through the printed, word Is Inestimable four Camp other soldiers Injured, one: service, and ,are likely to 10th birthday with a picnic. The W. Hasen Wednesday night. Mrs. E.. C. Long and MlM "
to do so before he was sent at founder and directorof M. Wednesday children gathered about 8:30: o'-. Mrs.: Abe Crosby and Mrs. Plnholster attended a ; ;
5:45: A. time for the service
about leave
: at
seriously any
pff. The application waa filled the Gospel Volunteers of the Just across the line In : "My father or I have been in clock and then went flower pick- Larsen Mints of Jacksonville Red Cross meeting In Starke 4 \J{\

|>ut and Mrs. ,Burns explained to World, a non-profit organization County four miles east of the grocery business since 1900, Ing. Later they playod games spent the week-end with their Monday. ,Mrs. Long being elected- Iii i

er that she would have to at- whose sole purpose Is. to distribute Clay Starke on Road 261, when the and I hate to do it. but will have and Marjorie Faye Crosby won parents, Mr. and Hr. L. R. chairman for this) district. '
ch a copy of her marriage cer- literature of a W. Rimes Galn Paul Stewart Sunday il
Christian 1938 Buick sedan'' In which they to close," Mr. Johns said "We the prize.' Mrs O. y. :Mr* spent '
tlcite and the'birth certificates high type to all places and to all riding ran Into the rear of. have had many of the same cus- assisted in helping serve the children Mr. and Mrs. Wilson Lewis and )In Melrose with ,her pareats, t ]
\f her children persons who would not have it broken-down Orange Lines bus tomers for many ;years. Even my I and about 25 little friend children of Miami returned home Mr. and Mrs. McGauley. ji t tMre ]
"lnvO ved' as we are !In the otherwise.A on the side of the road. wife asked me where we would enjoyed the afternoon with Helen. after having spent ten days herewith S. E. Rltch was confined it
resent conflict" M.... Burns said, parked last week with flu. ,
f to home
cordial Invitation.I extendedto One other soldier. riding In the buy cur groceries." NKWfl' relatives. her, It
we are often of past I HCHOOL Rahn and
reminded Mr. Mrs.
[ .community to and,
everyone in didn't receive l a scratch Record Mrs. Lee Green Mrs. Royce
pUrto.-y w1\en..we serve-"verterans : Tibbltt'a zrfetaage Sunday car Road Too Many The third, fourth and fifth daughter and Mr.. and Mrs. O. J. ,
Dr. ; State and
hear Charles. Ingrain Gain ty Mrs. Rosa Ptnholster .
Ind famUles of the Spanish- "Little Joe" Starling has closed grades had A _Valentine party Mott ;i of Raiford spent Sunday '
the ease,
morning. Patrolman investigating spent Wednesday In Starke.
Kmerican War." She cited the out the small grocery store whichhe Friday. They exchanged Valen- here with Mrs. Jim Mott.

ase of Mrs. W., the widow of ashAmerican stated Wednesday: Waller operated on IB. Eighth St., for tines and their teachers Miss L. R. Gainey and C. C. Melvin Mrs. O. J. Mott and Miss Bond.
to A. M. '
& war veteran. Articles Stolen According Lines the past several months and has Crosby and Miss Robertson sowed made a business trip to Starke nle Mott were In Gainesville Mon t, F
the Orange
Ira. W. of garage man for back to farming. In addition Cocoa and crackers Saturday. ,
has $30 a
a pension gone day. :
10:45: ,
Saturday about : left Starke about 4:30A. : .. .. _
Bradford County 1. now con- the bus to the difficulty of obtaining ___ -_ __-.j; m _imii___ _-? l
ron'ed with the Job of raining while Wright the-the"sticky-fingered"14-year-old negro M. and for Camp was Blanding.parked on broke the supplies "I Just couldn't keep up I )!I
down Newcomers Find Welcome
?he 8111 tned largest Red Cross quota, ever thief-was safely In Jail !another right aide of the road, with only with "all Mr.the Starling records said and book"and Many In Lawtey .
to this county-$6,000. watch, a work
stole a the pavement,
thief a purse the left wheels on ;
named was afraid I might get in trouble '
pat Sternberg has been ring and other valuables belong'Ing and* flares burning. He stated MANY NEWCOMKR8 Texas ner home while rvt. Gar- Cpl. Byrd coming from Many, La., i

poalrman l of the War Fund Drive, to Miss Eloise Bullock, clerk that the car hit the right wheelof with the government. The military population of Law- vln comes from Cerslcana, Texas;, and Pvt. and Mrs. William 71'. A. i

OICh begins March 1. and he I. at Koch's Drug Store! which were the bus, and that the damage ley continues to increase. We Pvt. and Mrs. Andrew L. Lombard Rash, balling from Cycle and '' ",
>'mpha l_ the fact that this isvui i at Mrs. Bertha about $70O. The Layman's Day South Hero, Vt St. Sgt. both
In, her room sustained was list below a number of our present ; Wllkoboro respectively ,
"allcountyquota"not: Just Fearce's home on West Madison demolished Buick was towed In At Methodist residents.! T. Sgt. and Mrs. and Mrs. Maurice G. Small. Augusta towns, '' being In North Carolina. w

|3Urce.raise! ; "It will& be Impossible to street. She had )left the room by the Torode Chevrolet Co. Albert J. Kopaska. Guthrie Cen- Me;, Pvt., and Mrs. Carl C. Thtxto couples have proven themselves !

It-he this amount of money unless" for a few minutes, and' when she Lamen-ot the Btarke Methodist tar Iowa! T.. Cpl. and Mrs. Ralph Keck. Knoxvllle, TenD; Pvt. and without exception to be t iJ

entire county cooperate, the returned the article. were gone., Bill Gerlack Church:: will participate In a nationwide Lamm. Mt. Pleasant. laT: Sgt. Mr. Union D. HarrlngtoD*,'Oak- assets (0'our small I 1 eommu'I a: 'J
chairman stated, "and we are cOmmUnity expecting observance of Laymen' and Mrs. Armand Samer, Salisbury boro N. C.i Pvt/ -and f
every_ Bradford Estornelle To Speak Champ Bowler, Day on Sunday, Feb. 21, >as partof N. C.; T. Bet and Mrs. D. Bakers, Bronx 'N. Y.; 'them and It'll hoped they will ::1 tl

I'he' to" shoulder Its hare of Has Challenger the preparatory program for Harm Ritchie. Salisbury N. ct'.1' ; Pvt. and Mrs- C. L. Wilkins Went, enjoy being among us. 1 1I jfl

I load. Dr. C. Estornelle, Field Director Methodism's Week of Dedication St. Sgt. and Mrs. Ladle Douglas, I Miss..; T. Cpl. and Mrs. 0..H. I Mr and Mrs Everett B.) (Pete) ''"

Of the (0,000 total only 21 of the American Red Cross at Bill Oerlacfc. the service manat which begin Feb.. 28. the Mrs. coming' from Columbia Jobanaon, Mrs. J. comes from Burncy Jr., '0 f Valdosta, Ga., !

|Pereit: or ",300 will be sent to Camp Blending will talk to a Camp Blanding who recently W. H. Nollman W. B. Sewell S. C., while the Sgt. halls from Fayetteville, N. C., he from Chicago i spent the week-end here with the r

national ,headquarters, and 79 perr"nt. group of staff assistants at the bowled a perfect score at the and Fred. Guy will be the lay Savannah In old Georgia; T. Cpl. .; P. F. C, and Mrs. EdwardC. 'I grandmother of Mr. Burney. Mrs. !

'he $4,700. will be, applied to Methodist Recreation Hall Monday Bowldrome at Blanding Center is speakers for the morning service and Mrs. John M.. Douglas Mexla, Jones, Wayne boro. Penna.; I H. R. Sapp. Pete expects to en- J t ,

local budget, which U neces- Feb. 22 at 3 P. M. All about to have a competitor for Sunday and emphasis will be Texas; Pvt. and Mrs.. Lloyd C. Pfc. and Mrs. W. B. Hussey, ter the service | rUy large In order to aerve the those who are interested are cordially Paul, another Ill Pvt. and Bucyrus, Ohio; Pvt. and Mrs. '
the honors! Sailor given to the Importance of rededication Harris, Mt. Carmel. ; shortly. With the Burners was
I'oldlors and wives and families Invited to be present. ;Jacksonville New Orleans .1 Norman J. Terrebonne New Orleans I
,service man from the of "self, service and Mrs. George C. Lyttle. his sister Mrs. Doris McMilllan.
M' soldiers at Camp Blanding. His subject will be: "The history Naval Air Base. Is the con- substance" on the part of Methodists La; Pvt. and Mrs. Joe Ad- La.;: Pfc. and Mr.. MarlonL. of Jacksonville. j)jiMY.

Inducted!month, and before her son ,was of- the Red 'Crossand its tender having challenged him to during the Week of Dedication kina. McKee. Ky; St. Sgt. and Guldrez; New Orleans, La.; T. and Mrs. Victor Appleby f into the service received the Armed Forces." according to HenryManama Verret Scheck Leavenworth. Cpl. and Mrs. Lloyd E. Dletterla. t'
MO service to a contest, -a spiritual and financial Mrs. were here over the week-end :, t
& month from his earnings. 111. Pvt. and Mrs. H. A. .
of the Bowl- and Mrs Edward Elburn. ;
I With manager response to the need of a war- ; visiting the parents of Mrs.
the two amounts, she was T. Coleman Birmingham, Ohio; Pvt. I'
Ann Relsa dromd. torn 'world. Remoter Hemlock. ; Sgt. Mr. and Mrs. J. H. War- ": '
I Ua to: and mentally Mary Appleby. I ))11'
support herself a night at 8 o'clock half and Mrs. CecU Masters. Birming and Mrs M. M. Underwood,
: Saturday The Rev. O. C. Powell pastor, ren. Mr. Appleby Is connected I n
I Incompetent daughter. Her Relau, 2montholddaughter will be Meadows. of Dan Va., being the ;
and Mrs. Stanford -
Mary Ann of the 20-gam match that the Week of ham. Ala; St. Sgt. with the St. John. shipyard In 1 ,"IJacluonville
| Ion Is now In service and as his Mrs. John announces of Underwood while
of Pvt. and at the Bowldrome in Clinger. The Sgt. comes home Pvt. (
March 7 i
I family allowance has not yet Relwi died at the Station Hospital Starkd, and Sunday at the same Dedication will close on from Pennsylvania while Ocala, Mrs. U. comes from Charlotte ; .11.11taln '
tome through the was not Feb. 11 of with personal commitments. Mrs. Harold Fal- Rev and Mrs. Haxzard enter- ,
family at Camp Blanding hour the other 10 games will be Fla. N the home of Mrs. Clinger; N. C.; Pvt. and
able to supoprt Itself on the reduced "- bronchial pneumonia. The body bowled at the Naval Alf Station. I T. Cpl. and Mrs. Walter Pietrow- goust New 'Orleans, La.; Pvt and d the "Youth Fellowship-and S i |U'>,>

Income. '"r h e- Chapter. was prepared by De Witt C. Mr. Manassa contends that Cer- Vestry MeetingSt. ski, Plttsburg. Penna; St. Sgt. Mm Herrel halo Dallas. Texas; choir on Friday evening. Feb. 12. ,! ".

Mrs. Bums said, "furnished supplementary Jonas and shipped to Verona. lack was the first service man In Mark's Church will hold a nI Mrs. W. W. Wailer of Pvt. and Mrs. Wilson W. Smith It was: a Valentine party and the tl f *",
funds until the allowance burial. score St. and Mrs.: De Funlak Springs Fla.; Sgt. and,
Penna., for Florida: to bowl a perfect Ita meeting at 8 o'clock eav>innah. Ca; Sgt. was decorated with ''
vestry parsonage
was received., and In addi- War began. I Ga Pvt. Mrs.! Franklin L. Perry Palestine ,
originally Savannah, ;
Pvt. and Mrs.: ReUw were since the present at the ;ectory.A John A. Lee I'valentine. +
tion assisted Mrs. W., to find, from Pennsylvania, but have and thinks that Paul will be'up Friday night will be greatly and Mrs. John S. Renee, Verhon Arkansas; T. Cpl. and Mrs. .. The favor were val \tenUne.

cheaper rent and to adjust her- been living at Lawtey since he against the real thing when he full attendance by the Rector, the I. Pa; Fvt. and Mrs. John T. Garvln Jesse S. Byrd, Reserve, La., being .. Games were played and tt f i'i'all

"elf received.to the" Income, she eventually has been stationed at Camp Blan- tackles him. The winner will geta Rev.appreciated Fred Yerke ., Mr, *. Garvln calls Ft. Worth, the home of Mrs. Byrd with had a good lime. "

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This means seeing the job through from the' 1. A. Shepherd spent Sunday !In IN TIIK'! COl'NTY JI'lXJrTe' COC'RT' either of you may have against the place of residence _,
The Bradford County Telegraph Galnetrvllle as guests of Mr. and IN ANn FOR fill. A UFO It' L> the estate of Henry John Kolllne: office address of the c'nhnRnt' end "1
fresh enthusiasm of spring planting daysto COUNTY; FLORIDA.IN must be .worn to by the '{
Mrs. J. C. CogdUL deoeaeed.late of said county, to thennunty his lL&'entt or hie ell''
i Established 1877 the sweaty task of weeding and cultivating KOLL1NO, fudge of Bradford County same will """""..attorney Void Sr
Captain J. M. Smith, In chargeof DECEASED: Florida I at his office In the court- to law. salt'.?,',1
1 I C.: L. Matttiewa __________ Editor mud Owner under a hot July sun. the Boy's Segregation dump NOTICE TO CREDITORS house at Starke Florida, within This 29th day of Janus ;'
eight calendar months from the RUTH 1>. ROE.y' l 1G
Good, sound planning is likewise essen- at Chattahoochee. was the over- You and each of you are hereby r.r that publication of this Administratrix .of the Eels1; ;
., t UMCltl I'l IOW KA''1H night guest of Mr. and Mrs. J. notlflad/ and required present any Each claim or demand H.enlt 9nh,, Kolling, detwer: ,1
i tial. The garden site must be\good; the claim and demands which you or must be In writing and must state SSt
Yearly, $1.73: Sue Months. Hl.OO 1.. Williams Wednesday. I
; soil must be right; adequate amounts oi Mr. Reese Bradley and baby --

fubllHhed Weekly on Frt ayw and Entered and I'\ea. fertilizer must be used ; the garden must son. Clinton, are guests: of Mrs. f

h oat Clara Matter at the Pont Office at Starke FL.rix receive intelligent care. BraJley'a parents, tlf. and Mrs.J. .
Size Garden CarefullyOne H. Hundley.Mrs. In 1943 get CHEVROLET DEALER SERVICE

Slna Kite Blitch of Jack-
Once A Hobby-Now A Necessity of the most important factors is sonville was a recent guest of

Eighteen million American families are the size of the plot. Too"big a garden is Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Kite. Every Month!

likely to too big and Miss Inez Moore of Lake But- ,
prove a job therefore
; poring over seed catalogues, checking tools
ler was the week-end of
likely to be neglected before it guest
can produceits
and picking likely planting sites these February Miss Melverna Thornton. '

a; days, as plans are being speeded for precious crop. Thus the sensible pro- Rev. L. A. Shepherd made a ;m'v;r :' i.t X),:. I >>">:;: ;<; '-/i4...l'"J<'' < ;-,;t".;$,' fW':. >,; ,"

cedure is to the size of the .. ?
pick garden talk \ \
the greatest Victory Garden crusade in all according to the Simmons Bible Class [: < \o' ;.' ''"" ., \ .
to- the size of the family. Make i it of fnyder Memorial MethodiatChurch '!1] ; r.,
d <
history. ', QWlWT1iJ"; :fi ;;o.' .
In Jacksonville Wednesday "
large enough that it will : t i i'y
so produce all the "
The behind the hoe : ; ';
man garden promises night. His subject was ...". J.'ii -
;w '''''
r vegetables family needs in balanced pro- "Christ, for the Crisis In Race ''' vt
to be behind
as important as the man ; -
l .fJ ;. ,)>., ;
> ; :
portions. This will Relationship. :
?. the gun in this all-out battle. Once the save many a headacheand I I/ioToR: "
a sore back.Another Supt. L. A. Chapman spent :: 'CAHwill
frost is out of the ground an army of gar several days. In Tallahassee last '

deners recruited from farms, small towns and secret lies in not trying to week.R. lf"

big cities will open activities on a far-flung grow too large a variety of crops. One authority H. Cox has gone to East Af T

front to produce vast stores of vegetables suggests seven different vegetables Landing, Mich., on state buslneac CRJ

; lq and fruits to supply family tables this sum- as a basis-tomatoes, snap beans, carrots, r ;
J. O. Randall continuea
cabbage beets lettuce very
and fall stock pantries for next winter and greens. All are ,
mer Mrs. W W. Fish, Mr. and Mrs.J. "
and release precious tons of food for ship- high in food and vitamin value. Moreover, O. Randall, Jr., and Mrs. Theo-

tomatoes beans, carrots, beets and greens I dore Randall and children were
ment overseas. Victory gardens will help be canned all week-end guests of Mr. and add the life !
can easily at home. Growing of to
? ease the pinch of food rationing. Mrs. Randall. t your; car
other vegetables is not :
discouraged but
; Sponsored by the department of agriculture Mr i. Emily Drew of Shreves- : ;
these seven do best for fresh use, storingand port, La., has been the guest of s .
and the Office of Civilian Defense, J ';...., ,'. ; .
canning. M'r.\. end Mrs. J. G. Caldwell and i_, _' ..,", -w...' :'t <,. ,,,"<' >,.) A "' '''''?<>>
the Victory Garden offers "" "'''' "
program every One other Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Kite for several
highly important factor remains -
American family with access to a favorably days.

'" situated plot the opportunity of contributing for discussion and that's the mat- Mr. and Mrs. John A. Bouvler:, Get a NOWIIJED

effectively toward winning the war. ter of providing adequate 'plant food. Seasoned Jr., enroute from Washington D. CHECKUP Chevrolet dealer service off make of car and fruelctChevrolet

gardeners learned C., to Miami, will SIC''
l long ago thayou've t stop over to tire'
Food Important Weapon visit. their zed rotate dealers have had the broadest _
parents Friday. experleneso
*' got to feed the soil if you expect it i .qak, joII a
Food is as important a weapon in this produce for you. This means giving i it J. 1.. Robinson has gone t _I .eck lubrlcal b"etor, servicing millions of new and used car and trucks.Chevrolet .
ire global war as bombers, submarines or tanks. Georgetown, S. C., on state business. ola'car
the right kind of fertilizers. Farmers know V
decglNk dealer have killed trained mechanic
The Axis has been using it cunningly to *
by experience that in growing field Cpl. Chas. F. Geneves!
crops ,
just.1 brake'
hold "collaborative" Ie ...
subject peoples in line
the use of fertilizer will enhance the size returned from ten-day furlough V ec 11IO ond VI Chevrolet dealer have modern tool and equipment.
and starve out recalcitrants. The Allies are at his home in Hartford. Conn., y CheCk ,te"oIill"'h
of his crop, increase its resistance to disease
using it effectively, too, in feeding people was a Sunday supper guest of tyoeut a' Chevrolet dealers give,quality service at low cost
and '. ,
promote all-around hardiness. The M. and Mrs J. A. Bouvier. eckcMc
;, delivered' from Hitler's yoke. 11
city gardener can profit by the farmer's ex IN cinrvrr COI-HT DO"DPonu ,.." cud-

Although agricultural production quotas perience.The. COUNTY. FLOKIUAl IN (.'IIAIoC.JIIY. -

for 1943 have been boosted to history's three fertilizer elements most need Mary Boyoe Maloney Plaintiff. v.

highest peak, farm fields alone cannot John 2288, Maloney, Defendant) Ca. No. YOURWtOCALT"CHEVROLET
carry ed for plant growth SEE
are nitrogen, phos ORDER OF PJBLI'ATIONa en; .
the entire load of meeting America's food phorus and potash. Although there is STATENUFIFLO APPEAR

needs this year. Victory gardens must con- shortage of chemical nitrogen for agricul Maloney whona add HI DA rein to:Is John 67 :

tribute their share. That is why Secretary tural purposes due to the requirements of New nreenwlrh York.Ma"g / Street, New York City

of Agriculture Claude Wickard has asked munitions\ factories the department of agri : ;: Imt are, required 1943. I In to the appear above on '

"> 6,000,000 farm families and 12,000,000 additional culture has for January named Court 1st, and 1943, cause In the wherein above i T
arranged and dis
W production plaintiff seeks divorce and Maiden HEADQUARTERS FOR SERVICE ON ALL MAKES Ol CARS AND TRUCKS
i families in small towns and big tribution of a mixed fertilizer containing name restored Bradford County

l cities to enlist in this crusade. That is why Order Telegraph In next. hall tour publish this .
nitrogen especially for use on victory gar: weekly Issues.
every effort is being made to facilitate the dens. This 3-8-7 grade has been designedas at Witness Starke,my Florida hand and thin official Janaary eal

__14 L'*<' 'home gardener's task.information Not only ,are pamphlets'and "Victory Garden fertilizer-for food 'production A.2(OFFICIAL
'other free availableto
only." It is available from all manufacturers Charles Miller Jacksonville Florida

all prospective gardenfers< ; but,the depart .and dealers in packages of 5, At y. for Pl ,,., 1-29 4; 9-lY StarKe Florida

ment of agriculture which has jurisdiction' 10, 25, 50 and 100 pounds.; Home gardeners IN CIRCUIT COURT BRADFORD _
over all wartime fertilizer distribution and COUNTY, FLORIDA IN CHAN
will be permitted! to use it on vegetablesand CKHV.: .

_ c use has arranged for, the production of a fruits they grow.. Its use for ornamental Florence Hyman, C.A.Robinson Robinson., Plaintiff Defendant.:

special ,Victory Garden fertilizer containing' plantings or lawn grass, however, is pro Cars ORDER Nt>. 2318.OF PUBLICATION rBTi bNHPd l9I

nitrogen phosphorus and potash. hibited. STATE AND NOTICR Of FLORIDA TO APPEAR to: Flor.

;"' Agricultural authorities estimate that nee A. Roblnaon whose residence
How to Use Fertilizer In 11 Lincoln Road .Brooklyn, New
every farm garden will produce at least $50 York.
Experience ;has indicated that for effective You are required to appear 6n v
I worth of vegetables and March let.. 1843, In the above' _
every city garden gardening use, it is advisable to named Court and cause, wherein .You can it
$10 J plaintiff, seek divorce. ( spot
< worth. 'Thus Bradford
Victory gardens should apply the fertilizer before ,planting time, County;: : Telegraph shall publish this i
produce a 1943 food with total valueof Order In next four weekly I.."....
crop mixing it thoroughly with the soil when the Witness my hand and official
$420,000,000.The seal Htarke Florida this, )'ebOFFICIAl. H timeAndre
first spading or plowing is done. The quan yat18 IA42f: every
of"Uncle ( SEAL) A. J. ,
magnitude Sam's food Thomas
tity to apply' will vary, with the soil type, A. Clerk of said Court.
producing job be the better understood W. C.* Hardastv, Daytona Beach
but the victory gardener can obtain information Fla. Atty. for Flf. 2-5 4tIt
when it is considered that American from the local county agent seed F. Kostelanetz, in "The Pause TIuI
IN CIRCUIT COt'RT. BRADFORD : Refreshes On The Air" broadcast
farmers even
must meet civilian needs provide
and fertilizer dealer or from agronomists COUNTY FLORIDA IN CHANCICRY. ; ;g
food for-our armies and those of Allies j Sunday afternoon, for Coca-Cola brin
our at the state agricultural college. Bolette Waersted Hane. Plaintiff,, '1
... Arne Gottlieb Have, Defendant you music with distinction. His listIng
and help feed North Africa
Europe and '
per- Farmers know that their soil "works"better Case No. 118J.ORDER .
OF PUBLICATION audience Is counted in millio
haps Asia.
when it has the advantage of or AND NOTICE TO APPHUR It's the
STATE OF FLORIDA to Am extra touch Andre Kostelt
: *
Gardens Save Freight ganic matter 'That is likewise true of Onttllob Hasje. whose residence 1 Is net
19S Carroll Street ? gives to music that gives thi
When every: possible American family home garden plots. If manure can be ob County, New .York.You : .Brooklyn King? program a''' character all its

has its own'victory.garden, essential food is tained in sufficient quantities it is a goods March are let.,required 1843. In to the appear above on Coca-Cola, too, won distinction own

produced right where it is to be used. It of organic matter victory named Court and cause, wherein)
urce ,for gar plaintiff seeks) divorce. Bradford by giving, folks something it
doesn't take any 'freight trucks to, certain County Telegraph shall publish this extra
_ cars or supplies plant foods as Order In next four weekly Issues. 1) refreshment. I

move vegetables and fruits to these families. well. But manure needs td'be reinforced by seal Witness at Htarke my Florida hand and this official February 1 '

Home vegetable gardens release more fertilizer to bring the soil into good produc 1st.. SCSI. Raise a frosty bottle'of Coca-Cola to you
commercial vegetables for other purposes. tive condition and assure vigorous growth. Ae Clerk of said Court. lips. Where else than in Coca-Cola itsel

Commercially canned vegetables require tin Besides manure, well-rotted leaves are a W.Flo. itt:.a for..M;. Daytona S-5 Beach 41 -9 dIN will you find this unique taste? It more than

and this nation is I short, of tin.' good source of organic matter. CIRCUIT COI'ltT.- BRADFORD "' quenches thirst.. It adds refreshment '

What are tho'1ngredien-ts' for a good, When 'this war is,over it will be found CBRY.COUNTY.; "."011104 IN CHAN- 11 refreshment that goes into energy.Fiftyseven .

'productive garden? First of all, stick-to-it- that' home gardens; have played an important Helena Thomas MllosUaldnsar.Baldasar Plaintiff. Defendant., vs years of experience: and skill

'iv ness and liberal portions of elbow grease. part in bringing about the final victory. Case ORDER No. 3313.Of PUBLICATION with choicest Ingredients-create a quality

-- STATE AND' NOTICE OF FLORIDA TO APPEAR to: Helena in Coca-Cola that never loses the freshnes
Mlloa, H M....lwhr.... r..lA.1.. ..
been transferred to at
Camp Lee. n ----- ------ -- of its
III. Florida State Farm News Petersburg. Va., for three months You are required to appear on
_ *
advance training. His wife is March 1st., 1943, In the abovenamed *
Court' and cause, wherein
r with Him. plaintiff' ceelta.divorce.I Bradford Wartime limit the supply of Coca-Col. Thoserime
By B. R. Bouvier REGISTRATION DAY County Telegraph shall publish this
:Mr J. R. Robinson has returned when
Order In next four
weekly Issues. you cannot get it, remember Coke,
Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday from "several days visit Witness my hand and official being first
HACIfELOR QUARTERS FIRE seal at Htark. choice tells oat first.Ask for
'Iorlda.hla Feb. it each time.
of next week from 3 to 7 with her aunts, Mrs. J. C. Burch ruary 1st 1143.
The burning Sunday afternoon o'clock all In the Ralford district and Mr*. W. E. Byne, at. Daytona WFPICIAL HEAL) A. J. Thomas, .

Bachelor's Quarters was a aerie Ration Card No.2. Card No. 1 Frank. Tanaros. who is now Fla. Atty. for Plf. z-5 4t2<

oua" blow to most of the men I must be handed In. but will be with the Naval Air Service, stationed -
:'residing' there. A stiff wind was I returned to the owner. Place at Vero Beach stopped

blowingwhich1\ caused sparks to 'School Building. over for a brief visit with friends Watch Your
set the to a huge sawdust pUe so here Monday enroute to Jackson-
t x
Mrs. J. M. Connors and Mrs
that for awhile there was great ville. Kidneys/
danter for many of the, buildings :ML. R. Holmes were guests of Mrs.
'r'' Inside the prison, yard. Severalof R. N. Dukes in Jacksonville Wed- R. P.5 McLeondon has gone to Help Them Cl cane the Blood
Port Arthur, Texas bunlnees of Harmful
those residing at the "Quar- nesd-ty night on Body Waste
for the state. Your kldnvys
ter" lost all their possessions as Mra. L. D. Dobbs visited her waate matter from are the eonitsatly blood etreem.fllterlnc But:
their rooms were locked and the mother. Mrs. R. M. Alvarez, at Mrs.\. W. E.' Feagle underwenta kidney sonatinas let la their work Hlo

fire burned very rapidly. U. D. Pine Grove Monday.J. major operation Thursday, at sot"act Impurities as Nature that In&e..dedall. II .retained te may remove -

t>obha' brother-in-law, M. L. Mottling W. Ritch Is to go to Stan the Lake Shore Hospital In Lake .body poleoa machinery.the eyatem: sad npeet the whole

had stored his new household ding Thursday for fInal examinations City. At last account she was Symptoms: may be nsnlnt backache' 1 '
a" goods there, while he has doing nicely. psr.ie..atbesd.eh..attache. oldi ler. ; < h de.aw
up sIsThuw aw.llinc, putflneae -7
,. cone to Belle Glade to help har Mrs Arthur Thompson o f under the eyas-a feeling of aenrous.
vest crops had no Insurance, so 1. R. Bristol, a member of the Macclenny spent Thursday and sasiaty sad lose of pep sod etrenfth. ..w.r. ,.:JI,:.......
Executive Committee of the FlorIda Other sinus ol kidney or bladder dis /

his was a total losa. Others lost : FrlJjty with Mr. and Mrs. J. R. order are aometlmae burning, scanty or e I .intermission for musician tht
State Conference of Social bunt too frequent urination. iii Cosa-Cola mean a trek to
111 but the clothing they wore. Workers, attended that meetingat Kite. Thompson will leaveon There should be so doubt that prompt that ,. ,cooler."V"' These. arias look to the Pa"M
the 22nd to join her husband treatment Is wiser than seilect. U.. f'iqui complete relaxation.
I Orlando the latter of Itaes'a P Uo. tooVs _. Ask mr-
W. M. IT.Th part who has a defense Job at LosAnilaes. nev friends. for have winning your what drink he prefer1The
W. M. U. met last week.Word more than forty :ysara. cS
Monday I Cal Mr. and Mrs. They: ,have a smllon-wide reputation. 5
V With Mrs. J. M. Bradley. Nine has been received that Brs.]\. Thompson were former residents -1 country Are raeonmaaded over. A.*by pour grateful.*tjAAorf people UM best is ;
members enjoyed the conUnued Capt. Robert S. Chapman who of the Farm.V.. wish always the better buy I
';,' : study of the book "They Need has been stationed at Camp Dut- them luck In their new home. IOULID UNDII

;''t i Not Go Away." I'I ner, near Durham N. C., has Mr* R. P. McLendon and Mrs.I STARKE COCA.COLA' BOTTLING TSe COCA.COIA COMPANY COMPANY, tY

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tfnvt weekly. Issues,
In four
alcohol, profanity, dirty Jokes and Wltneaa my: hand and official

okra and cabbage. enl at Htarke, Florida, this Jan.
Journal Lois started to school in Boat- uary !lRth., 1943lOKFIOIAL. .
School .
adford High HHAt) A..1. Thomas
drain. She spent one year! there, Aa flerk of said Court.

the happiest year of her life she T.Atty.Frank for 'lf.indrum, Stark 1-29, P'iorid 4t I.U...

says. The next year she came| __

to school at BUS and has remained IN' Tile: COUNTY ,"'110'".'" C-OVRT
STAFF Roll Vox Jr.Dear Seniors Elect I here ever since. IN A!N It yOu II It .\'OUII
, EDITORIAL Ima SnooperHow Semester Honor Pop, j' counrv, ri.CMIIIIA
,-ln-chlef ____ Idalou Davis I : New OfficersWo Upon completing her studies IN' l'II"IIA'1'1I1

s Editor Virginia Sewell do, how do kids-Goah- Is AnnouncedAs 1 Editor: I here she aspires to be a medical 'I'UN In the: Il4'i'ATll Matter' or.OF UuJINAHD_

Reporter _-,-- June BloBS Whew. What a week-end! Yours I do not have a problem.Amuln' held a class meeting Friday ml'810nary. She doesn't know JAt'otjt:
r we begin a new semester in Itl! All I want to deueuHud.;
ub ________ Patsy Keen truly couldn't even move to toe Isn't morning, finishing out election. -: when she will go to school to FINAL NOTICH
shall endeavor to
whici reap the
____ Alice June HardingZ'eW8 for Homebody buzzln around me we say In that I enjoy reading George Kermis was elected train for this.Wherever | Notice I IB, hereby arlven that the

IY _____ Jewell Powell rushin' somewhere. Sure wish> h I the fruits but of our learning and note we can the Vox Pop column very\ much. Vice-Chairman. Our new chair you go to train and underpinned an. executrix. naa filed.under her final the lust return .

lub ___?__ Leis Newsome could get an Invite to something. not help pause that have already Devoted Reader. I man. William Baker presided at I put your training to use, may will and testament. of Ilernurd'
works .
aphles"____ Eva Fay Gainey Don't think anyone loves me anymore :; outstanding been done during the semester Dear Devoted Reader: I the meeting. It was suggested: you enjoy the fullest fruits of for Jacobs final deceuned dlncharve, and aa HUGH has applied eiecu-

Martha Markey (as If they ever did). Lone that has just passed commendable Thank you very much. It Is i that the Seniors and Juniors success :lr.Vv1:' brought
quad ____ Shirley Colley some Lizzie dat's me.I work and well worthyof a pleasure to get a letter from raise enough money to buy a orabl I K K. FERRYMAN. County

________ Clarlco Thomas hears the dance was quite a make someone who reads our paper.It Jeep. We haven't discussed the 9th Grade BoysWe Ju.i50 l In and for Bradford County.
In order to
recognition. Florida! for approval and for the
|af Features ___ Nina Bishop success other Friday-not such a Is for like that we
up a fair report for this accountwe people you matter as yet. have voted for our class entry of an order of flm l dli-
Edwards Marjorie GriderEDITORIAL BIG crowd tell but a Ohrte ot the undersigned.. an exeruA
they me, -
a have decided to list those keep writing Tbe other day In Speech class, pin nd are collecting the moneyso a. sfor.eaId on the, Blb day

mlgnty congenial (dig that, kids) students who have maintained!, at Editor. the Seniors: all had try-outs fora we can order them this week. 01 March, A. D. 1943.
one! were celebratln' (I DA.1'hJH thIs 6rh day of February
least a "B" average on every sub- Dear Editor: part In a play. If you don'tthink We are going Into a study of A. D.. 18U

wonder) Julian's personal request ject for the semester term of four for youIhope. It was funny, just ask one communicable dlxeanes In connection BAnAl JAcona,
I have news
IT HAPPENED TO TIlE from our President to be one of is bit good of the Seniors about "Bill beinga which Is A. executrix under the lam will
montns. Perhaps this a You see I am the girl who with our Science and teatament of Bernard Jacobs
OR REDCROSS his little boys. Judy's theme more lenient than the monthlyhon used to be called Cuddle. But not card" and laughing "fit to under the direction of the State deveaaed. 2-1 4t2tJ,j
la I'm In the now-
of In- now Army >r roll but even at that we any more-not on your life. My kill." We are going to start Board of Health. lw (-m('vrp co it'MT.CRI IIR"DI"ORD
I know not
a group How I'll
,Ht Autumn get out are able to present a fairly accurate friend 0 Is regular caller studying grammar In this class. In mathematics wo are working C'OI''IIT''. .OUIII.\1 I'll t11AF4.
leavln' to boy a .. T.
how-I'm gals .
of Starke helped me my Invita L. "
Arl citizens:! list of the top ranking students I now. And he says that I'm the We have ordered our on a unit or Leisure! 'rime Activities. I Oeorwe Konxn Prevntt. Plaintiff I ,, vu.
I'm In the :
Unize the Junior Red Cross. so-called PALS Army in our high school. We are tops. Thank you very much for tions. They will probably arrive One of the profitableways Idolle Prtvatt, Dufanjant. Caie: No.

1st. Peter agreed to act asJinan now. into I'm the sure after Mr.Mr.Rooseveltwill McR.aegets proud of them. They have earn all 3t your advice. about April. to spend ones leisure timeIs 2304.ftflleR OF PITHLICATION
and for that reasonwe left last members of AN'I. NOTION' TO AI-PRAU
deal of ed recognition Cuddle No Longer. D,wltt Crawford ua gardening. Many
giving a great be able to rest at ease and 8TATK OF Fl/OltinA to: Lien.*
hereby list the names of our week for the Army. We wish the class are planning a Victory I'revntt. who.. address la Unknown.
lime to this cause. The pu- consider the war won. Good luck, honor students: Dear Grown Up: him lots of luck. This will prob- Garden which will prove to bean Yqu are required to appear on
seemed ole bean. I'm glad that you finally got Mar.-h .. .. 1941. In the nhovej named
lower grade 12th be the first time in Bradford Interesting and healthful activity -
t the ably and
Ole man Winter &ho don't straightened out. After all, you I /'i.t.;: cause wherein plain-::
divorce ,
Interested In com- Juno floss history we'll almost! have an "all- County,1
greatly mind nearly f r e e z I n' Snooper were a bit old to be acting up Telegraph shall publish this Order it
I Id.ilou Davis girl giaduatlng" class. But we In nvxt four weekly | .. M
Ever to the Legion Hall after out of exletanco. Almost like R baby. Baby talk should HHUR
Edna Edwards don't mind as long as we can do Science ClubThe Witness my hand! and! official. I 1
I and doing things whichto froze In me own little tracks to- be left for the babies. Now that seat at tarke.. "Florida. """ Jan. ''ISCouV"

help other people. For them mornings struggling through I Eva Marjorie Faye rider Gainey you have changed, don't you find our part.First Science Club met last Tuesday uary;l. rIt'IAt.39th,, M1'Al.1 1943' Thomas.

the furious wind on mah journeyto that you; are a lot happier? For to make several important A. Clerk 01 .hl
reason the high school boys Martha Markey aH f this certainly deserve I Aid Film 'I' Frank I'i.stndrurn Mtarke. Florida
B. H. S. Guess I'm more or Zannle ) you decisions.' They were as follows: Atty, for I'lf. I-KJ 4t 8-llt
I Stanley ,
| girls have never shown a lean inclined to be of cold nature an orchid or something. Shown At School a meeting day, each Tuesday; -
Clarice Thomas '
in the l\ ( .nc""IT c.ol..r. IIII"'ORD
deal of Interest because I wind that Editor. dues 25 cents a month. Freddie -
though got Joe Andrews I ( site'\1.y, FI.oitlit, is" HAN.
There were very few rep- some of those Jaunty Juniors Last Friday the High School Wlmberly was elected president l. ('1<::1t r.
Bradford H I bWl William Baker Dear Editor: Joalj, lluryldlno Weltona, Plaintiff,
of g
[itatlves spent that cold and very windySundiy George Flynn t Your answer to my letter a studjnto saw a First; ,Aid Film to succeed George Flynn v". f.anmr Wellona, Defendant. Case
1 there at any time. of for Ken- No. 3072OUUKII.
noon and afternoon plc- Matrln said showing the different ways who left- college. George
Kenneth few weeks back when you : OF nrnt-irATioN'
urlng the holidays'Mrs. St. nick In' in the beautiful wilds of that there were Just as many fish giving First Aid. In was fleeted Vice President ANI' NOTIC'R TO AHPMAII

was forced to resign .since Bradford Forest. Cupid Valen. 11thMary Ralph Alvarez Is now serving us STATE OF FLOllinA to: I..mar
r Jo Caldwell in the sea as ever were caught Demonstrations of the ways to 'V.IIo". who' .. r..hl..ncu 'I. fr'ay.ettsville .
vas leaving Starke. We have tine's victims on this picnic were Marjorie Davis was not very consoling because give artificial respiration, apply parliamentarian since our' first N. C.
able to find anyone else know- elected parllamcntar I Ian, Comer You are required to appear on
een as you probably already Evelyn Edwards the one boy Is the fl&h I want to bandages and tourniquet, the March 1.1., 1043, In the ..love narn.
either "had the time" or Margaret S. and Blfly C., FreddieW. Phylllo Hazen catch. Just because I'm aorta care of burns ways to find pres- Perryman hap dropped school. ""I i Court 'anil ratter wherein plaintiff
l Interested enough to take Jewell C. and After the business session a bit suck divorce Ilrudfonl County
''cl and Earl P., to
Martin fat he doesn't for me and and the ways
Phyllis care sure point, Teleirraph' shall publish this Order
I Judy McM., Margie R. and Bun- Virginia Sewell those other girls Just keep Inter. move patients were shown. of entertainment was furnished by ;In [i u.'xt tour weekly issues
the Junior Red ion E. They went out to rest Beveril girls who sang some vocal Wltnemi my hand anil official,
[ appears that 10th erb}::. What shall I do This! film was very educational until at $tark,, Florida, this "..n-
Ila a thing of the past. What enjoy nature and catch fish. Well! Frances Colley l'x that a first arrangements with the accompaniment -I' tier, CIth., 1943.tUL'I"lCIAtj .
and the students hope ;
Ive about It? Shall they rested, enjoyed Mother N.i of the piano. After those i41AL) A. J. Thomas.
going to Dorothy Crosby Dear 6x5: : aid class for them will! soon bIn Aa Clerk of ealti ("'nurt.T. .
let It die without making an but ate !hot dogs and liked! it. Marie Edwards rendltlonu( the meeting was adjourned. Frank T.nndrum, Htarkn, Florida,
If you are slightly on the progress. Atty. for Plf. 1.29 4t 2-19
to to revive It? Whose fault Dot Faxon seems to have picked Alline Kelley side don't reducing?
why you try --
that the cause was not a' up where Virginia Sewell signed Barbara Keen Do you remember my advice to No'rlf'F of -I'I"'C''Tit'" IN: C'IIU"'IT COIIIIT.? nit\i'fnHiIN )
tsaT Ask yourself whether or off. If you get what I mean. Mary Ellen Waadtn Phy. Ed. Class volt TAX MKKII: C'ollN'ry. FI.OIUII"I CIIANtIY. -
weeks ? .
Snowbound few .
a ago ftrnalr Hill N... iitlsI'OTLCk : ( : .
In for the U. S. O
( you did your part. There Dropped Merle Grider Well, the same applies to you. Takes Up Archery : IS HBKKMY: IIVKN.! ; leortru" Tendler. Plaintiff, Va. Mary.
I and Is a part for everyone. dance Sat'day night just In time Oth I That O. W. Hull holder of Tax Teiull.tr, Hofenilant. Ca: No. 2253.
Be nice to this and If he still
boy OHDRIl:/ OF"
C'ortirirnte No PirnjLlfATION
fmo person can'do it all. There for some Gooey Louie to pounceon Gloria Cooper doesn't take notice, I still say If you see some green 0 capes day of Ainrimt: 1.Kli>.lm"hefIT:: AND NOT1CFI TO APPHAKBTATH ; .

it be cooperation In order'for me apd drag the body out on Esther Griffla with a jaunty red feather in them lame Inf my offlcu and ban niatle OF. FIOIIII.. A." to- "lifarvTendler -
there are just as many fish in the ; .iii".I.. ,
application for a tax doitd to be Whose re la 445 '
Ihlng to succeed. It Is not the floor for the Broom Dance. 8th sea, etc. on the campus don't be surprised l nuMd thoroom. Malil certificate' .mbracea North 18lh Street, Newark New .

late to do something which In case you don't recollect that Marian Brown Editor. It's only "ye merry maids ol the folio win. dnrrlbf1 Jersey.
the Junior Red CrossM. Jig I'll refresh you. This i Is Moore Robin Hood." But that's what property In tha (' of Uradforcl March You are required to appear on
keep Joyce Stats of Florida, lo-wlt- let.. 194.1, I In the above)
when couples are dancin' (If you Elmer Johns Dear Editor: Bra.lford High has and who M I Acr.i n of VVVb of HWVi of named Court and cause, wherein

G. want 'to call It dancin', go right I like a certain blonde haired wan's to argue over technicalities NK14 llRniia\ San:22 East.28 ,Township contaln.'nic: I R Mouth Aorai, County plaintiff Telenrunh seeks divorce.shell publish Bradford this I f

ahead, dope) while some drip 7thClaud Johns Jr. sophomor very much. Another nnyway? Yea sir, we're startIng more or 1.... Order In next, four weekly Iniiuea.Wltneim I

NOTICE danes with a broom. As soon William Smith girl U very jealous of us but he a number oflret's this year arty Tha under affn..aiiment the OR of Id the certificate said prop-!I.- 1 at Htarke,my Florida hand. and this official January. aeal a,

as the M. C. yells. BREAK he Donna Lou Cannon 0 doesn't care for her However I I and now it's a first with su-chery. sued waa In the nan,. of l>nvl. 2ath. 194J'1' I ?

I you have read an interesting drops the broom and gets him Ona Demorest she just won't leave him alone. The girls have taken to this spoil Donley.Unlena. auld, certificate shah be ((II''CierK!rtA'2gAL: of- Bald )Court A. J. ThomaeAa ,

and you think others would self a partner and the one lift Audrey Ann Prevatt What can I do about this? with vim, vigor and vitality, redeemed Hnoordlnjc to law the I'}. K. l'.rrym.n, Hlarke, Florida ;1 .
the .', therein' will lie Ally, for Plf. ..d 4t 2.JIt .
reading It write out 4anc6 property
y withouton* has too* with Rebecca Simpson. Worried Sick. Under the supervision of Coach old to the hlKheat bidder at the : I
that interested you most: the broom.' Now I'll bet you Worried Sick Riser they have learned how to courthouse door on the first Monday iv rinri'iT' roirnT. O""III"O'U' ',:
Dear :
| title of the book and the 1 couldn't guess whothat drip left Book Of The Week You: are acting very silly. You hold the bow which 19 i the first' which In I.the the month let day of March.of March 1B4H, (CF.HY.COUNTY? KI.OIIIDAl IN: CHAN. ..

or and drop Jt In the news was. Tea, you did it after all- wanted advice. Now are getting .I step. They hope that they wll 1(41.Dated "' ''n" Kleffer, Plaintiff, v... Howard
this of ,January, Kleffer, Defendant Cane No. JH09.tlltMCK .
J7th day
The box Is alwaysfor I .t
.' Uh. Uh-U was this sweet young The Heidi books by Johannl it. If you can't hold that soon be ready for targets anc uno ) OF PITHUirATIONAND
suggestions for the imcment thin*-thought that broom and I: r merits then, watch their smoke. (oV'1I'ICrAJ.8"'AL" ) A. J. Thorns, NOTICIO TO APPH2AK; '
of ,' Syrl. ,"Heidi" and "Heidi Grows boy on your own why Clerk of Circuit: Court of ilriidtordCounty 8TATK OF FLORIDA toi Howard .. '! 1)
our paper. were going to be partners for Up." are Interesting and give a was'.o your time on him? That V. S Florida. ..19 4t !.18 Kleffer II e n e r. I Delivery, t
The Editor. life. Just a goon' on a broom, Krankford. Pennsylvania. .
the least ol
wide range of knowledge about otfur girl should .. You ,, required to '
iv: rutnrr; C tinrOf"VTY. SIN 'D.-CUI. appear on
that's me. See you next week.; the mountain country and the your worries. That is. If it is aa Question of The Week (- ', KMtHIIIAl IN (..HANCKH March Jr., 1941, In the above) named i
Oourt: and wherein nlaln-
Ima a' cause
ior JinglesI. sheep and cattle raising that goeson you bay he doesn't care for her Fannie Victoria Pltrher. Plaintiff, tiff ....k... divorce nradford County
I there In the summer months.In Try being nice to other boys too. The Question of the Week U- VI. John Frank Pitcher Defendant Telegraph shall publish this Order !,
I. there lucky: Juniors, : favorite expression Case No. 1107. In next four weekly. issues, \
you "What Is
Freshman Girls the winter months the herds your OHDEIOF Ptmt-ICATIOV' Witness. my hand and ofiia.iseci : ,
'1 your old Junior tattlerIn are brought down from the mountains I ?" ANn NOTICR' TO AHl-HAM at Htarke, Florida, this January .
circulation to tell you ta- HASH AND Public: B. Are Klddin' STATS! OP pnoitlDA to: John Hth,, l 43OFFICIAL .
FLASH FLASH and sheared for their wool you Frank Pitcher, llenoral. Delivery ( MKAI) A. J. Thomas, :
ales of a lively week-end. TRASH! We now bring you the which will be used to make warm Any body have any problems Helen R.Jeepen.Mugle Mlllerton N. Y. A. Clerk of alil Court. ,
lIe hiking through the Brad- from the heari that r.eed answering? Write them R. Ah, Piddle. You are required to appear on T. Frank I.nndrum, Starke, Florida '
latest news right clothes for the people to wear in the March tat., 1943;, In' the above nani.ed Ally for Plf. 1.29 4t 2-l I Iiv
woods I spotted rome of our of the "Freshman Frills." Tot all winter. Heidi a little mountain out and deposit them Zannle S.-I don't use slang Court and oauee wherein plaintiff -: ..i.
NEWS BOX and the staff and I aeeka divorce. Ilraetford County ('IIU""T C-OITMT, nn"nponn
Juniors little picnic.
having a excreta !
get plenty of limbering girl. who lives with her (Wonderful ) Telegraph nhall publish thla Order COI'NTY.' KI.OMIUAl IN! CHAN.fKIIY. If
other than Judy McRae, in Phy. Ed. in case you get bored becomes an Intimate will see what can be done about Dooley D.-Coo kin g on th In next four weekly lumiea.Wltnena I,
'11 S. them. We don't profess to be my hand and official. Frank C. Tllowe Plaintiff ve. L..o.
C. C. ,
Billy Margaret friend of her grandfather's sheep. front burner! seal. at .Htarke. Florida, thla. Jatiunrv i nora C. Illowe, Defendant. Can. No. j
P., Freddie W., and Margie stiff.A certain little freshman bOy The milk and cheese make a experts but we will do a bit oi Lucille J.-Oh. My Gosh. 28th. 1943.foFIr'IAI. ; 160*. '.
around and a HKAF.) A. J. Thomas, OITDKIl" OF Ptmt.ir'ATIOf
Bunion Nice Inquiring G.-Now ain't that
way hii
Erqurlt. Is gonna' be awfully mad happy and healthy child out of Eva Fay At Clerk of Haiti (Pmirt ? NOTICB" TO APPMAR '
old friends to spend Valen- little freshman girl-friend wher Heidi. In "Heidi Grow. Up" she reasonable excuse for advice. sumpin'7 '1'. Frank andrum, Starke. Florid:, I H.tf 1 OF FIX7KIDA to: Leonora ".

Day! (Gee. ain't these Jun. he finds out that one of thohandoome Is growing up and finds out she Editor. Jewell! P.-Well I declare. Atty. for Plf. I-ID 41 2111tl I 1 14 n. C'Patrick Illowe St.whine, Frederick realdence Mary,la t\

oves grand.) soldiers (who. sale lain love. When her lover goes I Lois N.-Oh, Dear. : riiiruiT coiTirr.rnTTY 0"1"0'. land. '

ur Old J. T. Oho' did have that?) oyer( at the USO. dance< to school he finds that school Is : Band Members Lora C.-oh Pooh (-1<::11",. FI.OHIIIAl tCHAN.. March You are Int., required 19 4 In to appear the shove on Ii}

ell time at the dance Friday. last Saturday night stole her bard Indeed. for him. But I Nina B.-Oh, Fudge tiri1 ..' Plaintiff: vn. Sll.hle named Court and) .,au... wherein :'
very : .
Take A TripLast Defendant. Case No. plaintiff seeks dIvorce Bradford]
wish we could have another, .tweet little heart. he learns as much as he can although 1306. I'ounty Telearaph. ahall publish this

/and maybe grab some glad- Pearl P. is all "ga-ga" over a dlscourag e men t s come Tuesday Mrs. Wall took Senior Biographies oniiER OF ptrnLifATioN Order In next four weekly. I"....... I
AND NOTK'K: TO API'UAK: Witness my hand and official. seal
and really go stepping class pin somebody gave her the when he heart Heidi "read. After members of the band on a STATR OF FLOKIDA to: Hltihle nt Htarke. Florida, this January I
me old true love! Say ourr other day. I think his Initial overcoming many of his faults five KENNETh MARTIN Will Mitchell leneral Delivery 23rd., 143.'
MoCloud, T..xa". 4th. 194.1OFFICIAL
of the
> Clam was well represented, are L. M. but I'm not positive. and his pride he finally got up tour of the schools county. You are required' to appear on SEAL) A. J. Thomas

In we made up half of It,the Wanda has been seen quite enough courage to ask Heidi to Many of the children had never Kenneth Martin born on the March ., 1943.;, In the above named Aa Clerk of said Court.. ;
of North Dakota on June Court'and cause, wherein plaintiff Charlea Miller, Jacksonville, Fl..,
*. frequently with one of those marry him. They were marriedand seen the various Instruments of plains aecka divorce. Bradford County: T 'Frank drum, Htarke, Fla
seniors' lately Sc in the shack In 4, 1923, was inclined to travel. Telegraph shall publish this Order Attve fur Plf. l-2 4t 2lFUNERAL .
"dignified lived happily
hat do Juniors wean real treat for
you say a band and It was a to Minnesota; from
build little morale frequently, In fact that now she'iflashing the mountains that her grandfather them. Those who First he went - p- p
up a them to see Iowa and now he has
thin old school because we I : a senior class ring had shared with her so there to II IIIFFlCIIN'r.
went were: come to view our Florida Sunshine DIRECTORMy ,
around. Ah-these lucky girls
need It. And how about many years.
littler Question of the week In the E. L. E. Mack Futch-trumpet. He must like It because Many Year Experience Make It Foaalble for Me to Hostler .

g your old J. T. a Freshman class-What Is your Burton Prince-clarinet. after going to numerous schools !: !: PROMPT and COURTEOUS SERVICE
news the only thing youto Patel-trombone. settled In BHS. He
r Margie he has finally
ambition In life? MODRRATB: PRICKSDeWITT -
do I Is just write new greatest Home EC. GleaningsI
your Roberta Whitfield C melody has teen a student here since he
piece of paper and title Itor An Ice G.-To get out of- school, saxaphone. began the 8th grade. C. JONES .

tattler someday. declare; another week has Starke Florida
Jingles and
your Sewell snare dram.
receive it with pleasure. Bitty H.-For the rest of me rolled by and this time It almost Virginia He likes: Scrap drives, horns, f ___- --_______
I I to They played two pieces to a I colors and Mrs. Ball. Dislikes { -- - ---- p- : t
proportion bright
ks, I knew you Juniors were to grow In my caught me without any new group and then each one told and Intoxicating --' 'I.
flat tires \
n>oru. So I will be expect- feet.Merry from my department. Oh gee.That' what his Instrument was howt : "

*some Box.good news In yoUr. old Lorene-Beth Gee-Whiz To be. Do real. I tall.have port4r. ,. but the still life I of like being It. a re- : was played what wood group wind It belonged drlnlu Enr since he has been able to Prompt Service Careful Drivers ,:.' :;

to (reed, pre-
hold a wrench, he has been taking ..
y mind Is as empty as me to. tell you? We have been studying point cusslan. etc.). and then played a and replacing .
to the USO from cars !
e jar. so until you Juniors Wllla Jean-To go rationing of foods and :clothing.It's ilmplo melody on It. Margie parts .

some tattle-tales, I am dances.VaiongaA-To "try" to forget a .good to know' that we will Patel played a piano selection for them.After being graduated from Starke Taxi ServicePhone ; :i

get three pairs of shoes a year. each of the schools.It he Intends to attend theUnlver.lty
Tattler.nununity quaint little boy.Wanda won't need them, BHS :
Junior the drums. Don't think we might Interest our studentsto of Florida and take a .
-To play especially the ones that walkedthe know that not so many years "
Me-To make the honor rolL course in mechanical engineering. 150 Ii I ''r
Sing Betty P. town over Saturday ago< BHS was the only school Kenneth here's to your success ,

about three or four times. with a piano-now moat of the and when you make a "gaslesa ,
other community under It certainly seemed good to see the have one. '
sing schools In county car' we want to go riding. Day Night. i
direction of Mrs. Wall and 10-G: New a nice warm radiator this morn- The trip ,was made to help create ,

>and was enjoyed by all Mon. ing. By the way' I hope that interest In the band and it Is LOIS NEWSOME ",

In assembly. Nina Bishopthe Th girls had a class meeting they don't start rationing coats,, hoped that in the near future _i J"

scripture from the Wednesday of last week, with uTO If they do we'll freeze some of these students whom they The eventful day was Oct. 28 o:,_ .. __.,_ r

fth chapter of 'Romans' and Arline Dew, president; presiding. then sure enough. visit.*! will Join (h. band. 1929. .Lois Newsome a blue. We Do Superior Work :yJ

In the Lord's Prayer. "Faith They decided on the following! I' heard'.Mrs. McRae say that V S. eyed, brown-haired baby girl arrived -

ur Fathers" and several pat things: two or three girls have already In Starke. She lived in __r__, -rrr ,

o songs, "When the Cal Of18 Class Colors-silver and rose.white finished their projects. Gee ,7th GradeWe Powllng Green for a few months, I

nOlllnc Along" "A n c hors Class Flowers pink and whiz! I think Ill hurry up and I but the magnetic city of Starke' For Better Cleaning :

/." and "The Marines Hymn" gladioli. get down to work for I'm the one are glad to have GeraldIne drew her back. ,./ l

lastly "The Star Spangled Claw Motto-The more" you who doesn't like to be left be- Small as a new pupil and also to I It was In Starke that she I

1\31'," Mr. Smith concluded the seek the more you find. hind. But seriously\ I'd like to have June Bell back, for she has formej her like and dislikes. Her I TRY THE j q

ram with ann uncementa. \Ve \Voode.Vhy- ., tell you who those girls art but been ill with the mumps. ikea: progress with the years. rt!

One Is learning the hymns Air*. Epperson was late Monday right now I don't know. Give We are glad to have Lucy Barton They are, In order of her naming: 'I NEW METHOD 'CLEANERS ,t;

patriotic songs quite well. It morning? me until next week and I'll find back with us. also. going! to church Clarice fudge, .
and Barbara H. make She likes \! and Mr*.' E. O. Edwards Owners 1 .
|Ped that by the time school Marlon We haven't bad a perfect day soldiers and drilling. i r.

U that we will know several jood In Algebra? mornIng -. out.Well.. It'. high time I stoppedall 10 far, but we hope to- have one drilling because It causes her to Its Temple Your Patronage PI...- ,.

a songs) and know more the Ellie wasn't late :Monday this nonsense and give my poon lose weight or, as she puts It, I Avenue Appreciated 133I \ f.

rung of them and what they ? devoted readers a rest. Sharon Hall and Edith Man-: "to leave It somewhere.'PHer r
di- -
id and Monteen can't dislikes. are cigarettes, ... ---_ 'J --.
mean to us. Carnita Baste ling, reporters. t J ---u-- l
what to sing
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? the church annex Feb. 23 with Camp'Shelby, Miss., were married fitness. calisthenics class some of materialize- n--- with--Coach-----

lit.SOCJ.BT' : and CLUbb J Rev. A. E. Lightfoot teaching the Feb. 2 at the home of Judge J.. us girls are tryln to organize I reeling pome on out Rlser4 air kit
book, "They need not go away." The brawn sessions -will be ,get. .fitted r .Shelve
__ __ __ m__ _ R. Townsend In Lake' Butler. A thro.I
n' Mrs. Hough was appointed Steward held In the Armory Tuesday afternoon pounds-don't be a "sitter'
former resident of Lake Butler,
Cahoon-Inman Judge and Mrs. Perryman Silver Tea Given &lp chairman and Mrs. W. I* I at 4 'clock-If plans 'Carol I
I I Walt Flower chairman. TIle Mrs. Wedgeworth Is now employed ,,

(t9i-jivt In a quiet wedding Sunday Hosts to Class To Furnish Day RoomIs March meeting will be held with at a theatre in Starke. .
or ,'tta;, night, Feb. 7, at the home of Judge and Mrs. E. K. Perry- Highly Mrs. Wall\ The meeting closed We WISH TO THANKOur
I with by Mrs. Alexander, David Comer LongLt.
Jude and Mrs. E. K. Ferryman, man were hosts Tuesday eveningto silver tea Wednesday afternoon prayer

Miss Martha Inman daughter oft the Wesley Adult Fellowship given by the Camp and after served.which refreshments were Col. and Mrs. T. T. Long Customers For Past PatronageWe
+ Mr. and Mrs.Joe E. Inman of I of the Methodist ChurchSchool
Class Hospital Committee was a decided announce the birth of a son, Have Sold Our Business To Tom Burreii
Ala. became the bride West -
Athena their home on
both from social
success, a
c of Corporal Lonnle R. Cahoon. St. The Baptist W. M. S. Circles David Comer, on Wednesday Feb. Of The !Magnolia Fish Market
15 Madison financial This _
and standpoint.
solemnized by will meet Monday afternoon February 17, In the Albany (Ga.) Hospital.Col. .
This wedding was The business session was con- committee Is composed of patriotic and Mrs. Long now liv-
e are
Caynoon 14th, as follows: We Bespeak For Him Your Patronage
Judge ducted by the president Mrs. D. ladles of Bradford and Union ut Columbus Ga. while Col.
ia the non of Mr. and Mrs P. Carpenter. It was decided that Bounties, the chairman being Mrs. Circle No. 1-With Mrs. J. L. ing Long ia stationed at Ft., Ben- He Will Render The,Same Good Service We HaveNEWSOME'S

J'. R. Cahoon, of Greenville N. this close would distribute to. K. 3. Duncan and co-chairman Hnlln; ning. v v
+ C, and baa teen) etatloned at men in the ,service, who attend Mrs. J..W. Kincaid. Circle No. Z-With Mnt. J. H. -
Camo Blending for'the past two church here, the new book 'entitled Lord; MARKET
The proceeds from the tea were Mary Sue SturgisMr. ,
t months. for Service 'to Circle No. -With Mrs. P. M.
t $124, and included In! this amountwas
( : ; j Attendants' at the,wedding were God and Country." a contribution of $25.00 from BarafooC. 'and'Mrs. R. W. Sturgis, Jr.,

} Pvt, and Mrs. Leslie, K. Brad- Mrs. W. .H. Nollman was (in the Presbyterian Auxiliary and of Meridian, Miss., announce the

,, gha-w' and Frank O. Hollings- charge-of thq).social hour;and at $20.00 from St. Marks Auxiliary Wedgeworth-Parker birth of ,a daughter, Mary Sue,
wortn.: Mrs. Cahoon came to this time,a'anmter of,games and :pt the-Episcopal Church' > Married tin Lake' Butler on February 9, in the Russian

Starke Nov. 15, and baa workedwith 'contests, In which the Valentineidea Much credit Is due for the success Hospital at'Meridian. Mrs. Stur- FOR THAT ..
Mr.. Hollingsworth at '''the was carried out, Were enjoyed of the tea to the following Miss Alice Parker of Starke gia Is the daughter of Mrs. Pauline -

}, American (Victory) Barbecue'at !hy> the company. committee: Mrs. O. L. Beasley and Alton B. Wedgeworth 0 f Torode of Starke.
? Joe's Grill and is at present Towards the close 0 f this Mrs. R. A. Green and Mrs. J. W. C, O U O H

cashier at the Canova Pharmacy. pleasant evening. .Mra Perryman Brownlee aU of Starke; Mrs. Joe

1N served a tempting fruit salad Hill Williams of Lake Butler, and Callstreet .
course, with hot tea. Mrs. P. D. Fancher of the State Carolyn: TRY "
:Ms. H. A. Bishop and Miss 'arm.

t y Nina Bishop were business visitorsto Mr. Frank Laciak spent Fri The tea was held at the Worn- Golden Pen -* Lypms-

+ Jacksonville Friday. day In Jacksonville. en'. Club and the decorations
Building, -
+ were In red and white, Don't lose your pep- wearln a new mink-dyed musk- Made With Honey White Pine Tar Eucalyptus and

Valentine color Receiving the Let your arteries harden rat coat Incidentally, this Other Valuable Ingredients
+ (' Why not get hep? last-named article of apparel 10
p H. O. BROWN guests were: Mrs. K. G. Duncan I
50c A Bottle
and Mrs., Edward Burns and they a no 'lompliment: 'to our Florida

1 were assisted by Mrs. W. B. Sew- weather Seems Mrs. H. lived
Income Tax Specialist Yw, folk Looks like we'reI
I practically all her life In Maine
ell W. Brownlee
Mrs. J. and Mrs In for a very interestln' spring an',.
BRADFORD COUNTY ABSTRACT OFFICE Harris Baer Others assisting at summer The siege of Stalingrad and never decided to buy a fur I IF 'YOUR STOMACH: BOTHERS YOU
coat until she started spendingher
the tea table and In various wayswere will have nothIn at all on
STARKE FLORIDA : Mrs. E. M. Davis Mrs. the battle royal soon to be rtaged winters in Florida! TRY

John Healey Mrs. Ben Sandler,, between Charlie Chlnchbug and a DIA-BISMA ANTACID PowderWe
Each Monday Tuesday Friday & Saturday Mrs. L. D. Vlnlng. Mrs. Junlus ''lot of well-meaning amateur gardeners Breakfast in the Bea Iey household -

1\1. Smith, Mra. Clifton Brown, .' Hear Mrs. J. M. Hem- icn't a meal-It's an Institu- guarantee you quick relief or refund

Mrs L. A. Shepherd Mrs. Glen brae (State Farm) plans to fool tion .. Seems It'" their big your for sour stomach gas
Duke and Mrs. O. L,. Linsen. the bad ole bugs by planting seed feast of the day and they really heartburn and acid indigestion.

SEA FOODS CHICKEN DINNERS, Mr.i. R. A. Green, chairman of : that will break their toothles out shoot the works Frinatance,
r. the following when to eat 'em 50c A Bottle
program arranged; I they try up toth.r morning they sat down to
STEAKS; CHOPS artistIc program, which was announced 'Seems she and Eva Shepherdwere a light snack of dry hash with
by Mrs. L*. A. Canova: Victory Garden shoppin' in
mushroom sauce eggs scrambled .
'rivnte! William Pore of Camp Sistrunks tother and
day were with left-over rice, sliced toma- IF- YOUR KIDNEYS BOTHER YOU
TEMPTING BlanJlng gave a group of piano odmirin' the various kinds. of seed -
toes, toast,coffee and a few other TRY
DELICIOUS HOME MADE PIES solo. ; and Pvt. Toblnskln. accompanhd displayed in sacks all around the Incidentals Gertrude highly
by Pvt. Pore, offered a store Suddenly Mra. Hem
v v recommends: the egg-rice combination Buchu & Palmetto
group of violin numbers. The bree f-pied a bag of BB rifle Says It makes a de-
Buchanan Studio of Gainesville ,shot lyln 'on the counter .
A & A LUNCHEONETTE licious breakfast dish Re-
number of artistic dances. Compound
gave a Runnln' her hand through the
mind me to try It sometime .
In :Park Theatre Bldg. _,- Starke, Florida The long tea table,was covered shiny little spheres, she Innocentlyasked Hear the hilarity was unconfined Contains' Buchu, Saw PalmettoBerries Couch Grass
with a handsome lace cloth of "And what kind of seed ,
at the Young Fellowship S. S.
imported cut-work, and was cen- are these?" Well, that Jus1 I party at Ferryman's Tuesday I Uva Ursi and other valuable drugs' for kidney ailments -

tered by an arrangement of red gives you a rough idea of what night 'Specially when Howell
candles and white candltuft flow we're In for -. Course none of Na
worthy an' Herb Nollman Indulged -
VAUGHAN'S CASTLE LUNCH ers. All the appointments were of us rlll be able to do much gardening In a holy-rolling contest In j 65c A ,Bottle
.Uv3r and at each end of the until
Rev. G. C.
a game of forfeits Hear the
table were a handsome silver ser- Powell chairman of the Keep- I
latter won and attributed hie ,
vice from which Russian tea was The-Cows-Out-of-Town C o m m It- v
superior rolling technique to the
1 Good, Eats poured by Mr .,T. J. Griffin and tee, gets busy .on the Job .. fact that his more streamlined

7, a Mrs. L. A., Davie --- figure met with less windresistance
At A large numbed of people enjoyed Everybody knows that "There'llbe than Howell's Which reminds i Koch Drugstore
| this and profitable
> i pleasant blue birds over the white cliffsof me If you want to

t Reasonable Prices '" H tea. Dover," but how many of,you streamline your own figure you'd
'' O w w
reaUze"there'U soon be FlowersIn better hurry an' .join that,physical' ,
t; .*-, ,,* /f"1'',. ..... Baptist, WMS Circle Two the IT. 3.!Ariay! ? 1 Likeable (
201 Temple Avenue' 00'1" ". Has Enjoyable Meeting: Ed Flowers, Sduthern lOc Store r

f manager, wa. originally registered -
I Circle No. 2 of the Baptist In Madison and was ordered to -

WMS met Monday afternoon at report Feb. 19 for preliminaries
the home of Mrs. J. H. Lord with ., However, he had his papers We're
DUE TO TilE six members and three visitors transferred to the local board and Having .. .

present. Devotional was led by will report hereof March l. If it
A FOOD SHORTAGEAND Mrs. W. J. Epperson, who read his physical condition is as( goodas

and commented on the 8th chap it looks he'U be off with a <

ter of John which was followedby gun for a Hun .... Another face fJ <'
Difficult Labor: SituationWE foot.An prayer by Mrs. A. E. Light- soon known to street be missed Is that along of the Ducky well- A COLD WAVE

WILL OPERATE article on China was read Llnsln. fountain manager at
by Mrs. T. B. Harding, 'a report Koch's for the ''past'two years. .

d Our Food & Soda Fountain from Norway by Mrs. W B. j Since grilled )ham plates and
Alexander and the story of a'' cube steak sandwiches are not

ACCORDING TO THE FOLLOWING SCHEDULE Pueblo Indian boy was given by considered "essential" (no matter In the past few years Leila's has been given a

I AFTER MONDAY, FEB. 22 Mrs. H. L. Hough. Reports were what YOU think), Ducky plans variety of permanent-waving methods to match
given by officers., At the business to go back to the big Arkansas up to ''the variety of types of hair she is constantly -
meeting an offering of $6.4J farm from whence he came to Invade I "' ;: coping with. One
Open 10 A. M. Close 8 P. M. the newest discoveries -
was taken, and a contribution of Florida three or four years ',:' : 4 p+ is the Cold Ray machineless wave. And
110 for the March week of prayer ago Call St. will certainly '
,the hairdressing salon of Primrose
received. miss the Llnsins Mrs. ,J. l' has
was .
j .. recommended Cold
KOCH DRUG STORE Mrs. lIard lng. Mission Study (DuiKy's mother) has been active f i.r-- Ray particularly for "problem
chairman, reminded the members in church: circles, and Leenle 'i hair. They have had great success giving this

of the study class to be held at (his better half) has helped out chemical, permanent to women with bleached .
wonderfully,with Red Cross knit-I ,!to t t .hair over-permanented hair or fine baby-hairas ---"

.. .. tin' and airplane spotting :"; well as to many kinds of perfectly normal ,
hair. / -
_ (GUms- Coxswain Bill Gra- There is no machine used for this wavf'--'
ham an' fambly Alyce an' Hank. .'.i
Don't Listen To Rumors In and no metal It's all done with chemicals
town tother
day on a bit of r. "
S wooden winding rods, and wooden clips. The
"special liberty" Seems Bill '
ans 'grandpop. J. M. Alvarez, hada hair is first wound in very small ..sections close
WE ARE NOT Utile "Inc: me tax bu lnlOlI8"! to I.,. t t" to the scalp (there's no 'heat to worry about you.

4 look Into Also Spotted: Nellie see). Then the chemical Is freshly mixed and

GOING ( :' (Mrs. Elbert) Smith's, eyecatching JjI' sprayed over the wound-up hair. Absorbent
bicycle with pads then
t .". smart shoppin' are clipped onto the rods over the
basket attached In front xr lotion-wet hair-to blot up the solution. Be-
SATURDAY NIGHT Florence!! (Mrs. Marcus) Brown fore the hair is unwound a second neutralizing

also Isiah' the Pcdalers Club t solution is sprayed over the hair.
Jim (State Farm) Retch makin' -

a bee-line for Blanding to take : I' Then the hair is ready for shampooing and
his final "
exams .
Leonard setting. But
I j i I* is set, it falls
Smith Arnold W a s din", Enoa \ into llooki gwavestwith the least bit

; <+: OF DOING SO rj -. Hayed Coolidge /Cassett an' HerBert .1-. : of extra coaxing.
"i ,. '. rJ Green off for preliminaries ''i ,
J( .- Looks a s If Lucy Carden

AS LONG AS WE CAN OBTAIN SUPPLIES, for(Mrs good Van k) .has. Went deserted early the In town De- ", U T...... "-- .. :

(, k\ : r., cemtar to "stay" a month" with

Seabee Van at WllHamsburg. but
: sends word now I to look for her WE HAVE PURCHASED THE'NECESSARY
when we see her'Silver ". EQUIP-

1 : ;twas .. Tea Wednesday THESE BEAUTIFUL NEW


WHICH WE. HAVE NO CONTROL OUR SERVICE MAY NOT KoldJii momenta of entertainment



FICULTIES UNDER WHICH WE ARE WORKING AND WILL BEAR nice to see everyone out In her .. .
newest finery, chattln
WITH US. WE WILL DO EVERYTHING IN OUR POWER TO KEEP pin' a bit and enjoyln a the bit music. sip- "- 7



CONTINUED PATRONAGE.GREEN'S. YMCA assistant) very attracUvely -
9 turned out In black, brightened cieila'd
up with a bit of red here an' Salon

theN Mm T J. Griffin look
ed lovely (as Usual) pouring tea

STORE and wearing a peach chiffon party

dress with white corsage CALL 149 FOR APPOINTMENTS
Leila Mundy elegantly outfitted In

I new suit and silver foxes .
I Leila Healey (Mrs. Joan W.)


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"KVARY 19, 1945 BRADFORD > _____m _
'5 '
Frank E. Wilson, who under- dent, Miss France Peek, presid man of Circle Two had charge of floss, talked on plans for her

1" BITS of LOCAL NEWS I Ift. I went a major; operation at the the program and sho presentedMrs. committee. The matter of giving, "

Riverside Hospital, Jacksonville, ,ing.The president called for annual J. L. Thorne who led an Impressive a dipper and get-together meeting

Tuesday Feb. 9, is getting along rcpo''ia from committee chairmen, devotional service. for new members of the church:

E. I.. Klnchen of :Mr. and Mrs. John Tlllakos Mm. E. P. :HcCollom, who In a nicely and is expected to returnto i which was followed by an election The business I"sllion wan presided waS discussed, and it was decided '
and Mrs. the USO, went Starke either the latter part of officers for 1943-.... The l over by the president, Mrs. i
were In Starke Mon-I made a trip to Tampa and Tur- valu 34 employs after routine to have this social affair on f
wonvllle of this week or the first of next. officers will be Installed W. .J Halle, and
In Tavaresfor following
the weekend.A. Monday to her home f
pon springs over I had been of, Thursday evening, March, In
business. business disposed
on clrculat- J. Thomas. has rented his a two weeks visit. Mrs: Wilson, who took him to at th-3 March meeting: president, the recreational butldlngBed to i I
who Is chairman
Speedex Mrs. L. A. DnvlK, -
brand new andbeing new residence at the corner of Now HampHhlro baby chicks at Jacksonville Feb. 4 spent her Mica Abbie Harley; vice president, church.CLASSIFIED .
oil heater arrived Monday Walnut and Washington to Lt., Key Hatchery Hampton, .7a time In Jacksonville visiting In Mrs. Fred Guy; secretary, Miss of Christian Social ReUAPAUTMKNT the

Installed in the newly and Mrs. A. J. Miguel. By doing some extra work at the home of hor couiln, Mrs. F. i Frances Opperman; treasurer,

odelied city Jail Just comRted. Congressman Lex Green left the Emory Academy at Oxford. M. Downing. Mills Della Rosenbeigr! ; club ad- I ADSLOST :-1.1

for Washington Wednesday after Ga., last summer Comer Perry- Lt. and Mrs. Sam Sternbergand I' visor, Miss Evelyn Slump.
CLEAR cleaning.Li able to graduate at little Gorman, social
CRYSTAL man was daughter Patty Mime Frances Opperman, M
noon after upending a few days WANTED by permanent I'KANirr SEED Fla. runn
and true tailoring, at the with his family In Starke. I BHS on February 1. The following : returned Sunday to Albany Ga.,1 chairman, outlined plans for a couple. Perm anent $2.50 bu. North Carolina eeed
e-B1aDdInC Tailors opponlteTheatre. I day he wall employed as a where Lt. Sternberg la stationed, dunce end buffet supper to beheld
l III radiooperator children 'or pets, duolros 93.2BC. II. Drtggera Co., Lake
R. T. Dodd who a couple no
k | substitute! clerk In the Camp at Turner Field after a vl H herewith i on the night of Feb. 18. l-22-
In the U. S. Air 2 or 3-room apartmentwith Bugler, Fla.
IMC. and Mr: George. Pappus Army Blanding Post Office, where he :Mr. and Mrs. N. Sternberg. Officers from the 104 Inf. Regiment -] a first.Please .

nt the 'week-end In Tarpon Corps the home, waa a of week-end hla mother visitor, Mrs.at will work until March 21, at which While In Starke, Mr.. Sternbergwas at Camp Blandlng and officers -' bath write March box 431 the'or tele- IF YOU WOULD BUY OR SELL

Inge.Mr time he will enter Emory Junior the honoree At a number of from Crystal Lake Air 2.19.2tSLTIJATION milk cow, stock cows, beef
and Mm. N. H. Thomas William Norris.Your College at Oxford. informal pa riles.Fryere Baao will be guests: of the club pb te, cattle, stock bulls or hogs?, get

e as their guest for an In. beat buy now would mmin Whit foghorn. chick for 12 for main at Key Hatchery.Hiunpton members at this affair W AN'"tED- YoungLady In touch with J. D. Odom, Jr., t

taste period Mrs. Thomas'thr to be rwold
| Mrs. Emma,, Kindred, of anoo at 97.50 pl'r' year.tall Please and Mrs. F.. F. Flume have! Mr. and Mrs. F.. R. Register and of progratJpreltented Mro. podltlon. Mrs. Burr, Box 431-13: City; Telephone ,481 Lake City.
140. H. C. Wall Agency. a* their guests Mrs. Plume'sbrother market Thursday -
ilka.. Miss Betty Wade recently' pent I William Thomson, Jr., who delighted Starke. every
and sister-in-law'' ,' Mr and the week-end in Miami visiting her audience with several I on all classes of live stock
Mrs. O. T. Dover, of Hlbbtng.Mlna. Lake at 2:30 P. M.
at City
elections.At thin-haired youngnow
Freornan: Register, Jr., who la a piano :: Ked I
.. who arrived In Starke 1 the close of the meetingthe abou.t 70 poundx.
student at the slrplauo mechanics weighing 1o'UH. SALK-Resistance' burglary
> Miss Delia ROllcn.OOI' and under
school there. Marked crop upper Pleas
Insurance $7.50 per year.
A. A. Qrlffls, of Lawtey, formerly
C, Miss Hope Haynes, MlsaFrances' bit In one ear, and crop split In Wall
drugglf.it with the Canova Miss Yudora Haley spent Sunday call 146. H. C. agency.:
and Mrs. Doc Wainwright,
Opperman the other. 2132\
In Jacksonville with friends.
In Starke Tuesday.
Pharmacy was
Ralph: Shrewbury served a delicious Lawtey. Itp
S. D. of Tallahassee
He last Saturday '
was discharged
irult salad course.w'SCS male white setter -
Midnite Sat. & Sun. Mon. Tues from the hospital at Kal- spent several days here this week FOR SALIC-.-Itrami new' bicycle, FOUND-Large bird dog, color white with 'I,

Feb. 21-22-23 ford where be bad been confined with hit family. Ho was called : Members Hear Pastor ridden lees than two miles See few black ppots. Mingled ear. ,I IO'Nnetr
home because of the serious 111-
for three or four weeks Coach W. W. Riser at the cost and get dog.B. .
ness ot his Infant daughter, Margaret Discuss Future Peace U pay '
He 'I much Improved. Starke Armory. Route 2. Box ;
S. Edwards, i.
AS EXCITING AS t THE LANDING t 1 AT CASABLANCA l Mrs. H. L. Hough Is visiting Ann.Friends. The Woman's Society of Christain RENT-..Farm house withor 236. lip'
i FOR -
Mrs. Tallulah Marsh In Jacksonvine. of Mrs. L. F. Dinkins /
will that Service met Monday afternoon without 20 acre of land. ]I'. Wheel chair andhospital ';
regret to know aha la FOR SALE- .
N Your heat buy now would eons i confined to her home with an attack at the church and held the F. Flume It I bed.-Box 52, Keystone I
and business
to be renldonoe burglary Inmiranco -: of Influenza. February mooting. program I I'rhe I HELP WANTED- ,Cook white or Heights Fin. Itp "

at .7.6O per year. Please, 4.0UO baby chicks. for sato each. Also white wait-
d Lar of the meeting colorM. two 3-itaUon Guernsey
I _' \\1, i rail 146. II. C. Wall Agvncy.Mr :' week at Key Hatchery, Hampton was the address by the pastor,I, rtH'ies for afternoon and even- FOR heifer calf. Good condi :, j;
1 fate.te here cow
., M. T. Oakley reached .,...
1 "- two 12 eta. each. the Rev. G. C. Powell who talked Ing work. Apply after 2 P. M. lion. W C. Conner, Starke
last Friday after spending ,
vJn't Fla. It
r G-tldon Grill Starkn lip
the of just
on subject a peace Fla.
months In -El Paso, Texas _
da Junior Woman's Club when the Allies have won lIlevlcto'y.
Cl Ythat husband, Lt., Oakley. Mrs. Number 1 need peanuts '
her fcXJR SALl<::- WANTED-Large family to pick ,
re .
book for
The missionary
Elects .
New Officers
Oakliy! will remain here for a- for sale at Dock CrewS' strawberries and work on farm. .
tv 1s Latin America, and Mr. {
roc.e& white with her parents, Mr. and study Long Bridge. $2.0PCI' \ .
of place: near Price Is right.-See 0, C.Cason.Stjiike. 'k tI
The Junior Woman' Club met Powell distributed a number
1 Mrs. O. W. White. Lt. Oakley bushel. R. H. Thomas, ltp -, "i !
\ I
vtodc1, We inesday evening, Feb. 10, In coplm of this Interesting study. ,
was. transferred from Fort Bias, Lake Butler, Fla. 2tp I \,11.
fiel the club building, with the presi Mru. E. K. Perryman, chair- WANTED '
Texaft to Virginia '
Baby rblckn. for ante by Key -_ .-__-___ ______.___..______ u_ _'" FOR RENT-One 2-bedroom apt, AVAILABLE AT ONCE. Raw-' ,:.
Hatchery Hampton Fla.Mrs. with kitchen, living room bath, leUn Route of 800 famlllen ;
PAULflGArtRGMANHENREID : Frank C. Holllngsworth EVERY BRANCH OFYndUranCe private entrance, all 1 I modern Only reliable men need apply. '- '1\\\\

and little daughter, Penny, left convenience. One apt with Goiul profits to willing work. ,,;'
l Wednesday morning for a weeks' be boom kitchen, bath, all con ers. No experience required to :,,1i *
I Go 4 1.2 ml. out on V:> 1I
visit with her son-in-law and veniences.- i start. Write today. Rawtelgh'sv )
daughter.; Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Lake City highway and Inquire I Dept. FAB-223-Z, Memphis, Tenn. i,''-j
Hair In Miami.W. for W. C. Conner Itp I t!

K ., M. Carter, who has been FOR SALE :-;
for the past several months aphar.naclst FOR 8ALB--6-room house'with 3 SADDLE HORSES r I .,Ui-\
Fla. Mrs. PLACE
Store 2 orches. Lawtey LAUKY'S /
ail, in Koch's Drug W. F, Godwin, Box S3, Starke, BOOMTOWN. FLA. I "* ',
with the .
/ went to work Tuesday H. C. WALL 2.19 ,(<
t Canova: Pharmacy. ________ ___ I''
Shellle _______________ .
.., New CONRAD YEW Mr L. S. Hutto, Mrs. U. S. APPROVED baby chicks, POLL HALJO-Forto Rico potato .q i..|
Miss Gall Ford attend ,,,
A. Hall and t old, or bu.-F, C. Hodge
.', Hampshire Reds, day lIe4'1. $1 per
AgencyConstant 1
AKIVER 6ROS.Irt. funeral services of ,
GREENSTREC; 3d the started pullets. English strain. Fit 2, Box 63. Starke Fla. \
.' SENSATONs ){I'L'., H. J. Dunkley, grandmotherof White Leghorns from R. 0.. P.i i i 5 ,:y f'
Alb Mia. Tillman Hutto in Jacksonville Service Over 50 Years FOR RENT OR SALF.-Two broom .
sup"w' MICHAEL CURTIZ PETER LORRE Tuesday. cockrels. From hens, 200 eggsand bungalows In Lawtey.Whl ,'
Place orders now. '
IS Miss Sarah' Poytbrens has as up. 8-weeks- sell cheap. Hot and cold
Reasonable on
her guest thin week Mbm LouisePine Please Phone 3ml. running water.--Mrs. C. B. ,
14B Wasdln,
E. E. '
old pullet*-
_.L .. China. N. C. 2-19 4tP' k .t
of Groves .. north of Waldo on Road, 13. ._Benno H.,. ;
L..". .4L'p fiw f.* CWI'd C,tpttM MM Mow d see,fnn a Play kr, Mt: s. Kay Wilson left Wednesday -.. ---. ( r ,1'" 'l
r..r..1W.iQtar.ameraaawaunsarL ,*, rw.ra..r aNk f.. 'night! for Sarasota'l "pend< jI
? three or: four day with her'par: ; I ,f
e eats, Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Mert-

wether Baby chicks for sole each day : '
"JOURNEY FOR MARGARET"Robert and Mrs. John Uglow and
Young Laralno Day Mr and Mrs. C. F. Ward have

as their dinner guests today Mrs I COMPLICATIONS IN SECURING I SUP :

FrL-Sat. Feb. 26-72 H. Musser, of Penney Fal'DUand ,
DOUBLE FEATURE her guest Miss Morris Snow, of;

"NORTHWEST -RANGERS"And ,James Craig North Mrs.Branch W. E., Mich.Dowling left Saturday ,. PLIES AND SHORTAGE OF LABOR /.WE FIND IT I

ASSISTANT"Lionel for Kecsler Field. Miss
"DR. GILLESPIE'S NEW. Van Johnson where she will be with her hula DEPARTMENT i
: Bairymore
band "Billle" Dowling, who I la NECESSARY TO CLOSE OUR GROCERY

stationed there In the' Fllghl ,

RITZ THEATRE Hatchery School.Baby chick 12 cent- at ,Key; EFFECTIVE SATURDAY. FEB. 20TH. t.j.

,Sun-Moo. Feb. 21-22 Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Alvarei

"TARZAN'S, NEW YORK'ADVENTURE" and little 6-month-old daughter, '
Sheila Jean of Birmingham, Ala., '
Tu_ Wed ffeh 2S-24 this
spent two or three days 'IIf If IfI"
,"TORTILLA FLAT" week visiting In the home of Mr ,;
Alvarez' mother Mr. Frank E itIT'IS
Thurs.-Frt Feb. 25-26 '

"PIERRE OF THE PLAINS' Wilson.F.. H.. Yerkes of Jacksonville, \ ;t

Is spending two or three week) WITH EXTREME REGRET THAT WE
__,Saturday Feb. 27 with his brother, the Rev. Fret :

Church. '
Mlsa Mrs.Frances Ralph Operman Shrewsbury spent Saturday and. STARKE IN THE GROCERY BUSINESS SINCE


Usually I try to make them Ut- SEEMS NO I

tla messages on the hunwrouw COMING I.

j" side In the hope of making a

mile grow where two frowns \ J
before but tide week I'm 43 Stand 7 song hltsl
pew Bradford County A Million laugh
dead wrk" >uM.
had a Job to do. It's a hiit Job. !

A have tough to Job.pitch It's In a and Job''help well out all / WE WILL CONTINUE TO SERVE THE PUBLIC IN

with U we hope to put It -over. / ,

000 We for have the been Red asked Crows to War raise Fund.$8.- I THE FUTURE AS IN THE PAST WITH A COM-I

and I
.....-Aiud Job of raining the money
I have accepted the '

know woman I and can't child get In to every first town base In unless the county yon -all give-every me a'man.lot I PLETE LINE OF FEEDS FERTILIZERS POULTRY :

Otherwise "

_never of help.would WO have you undertaken' do Itt I the believe Job. you Thanks.will' ., EGGS AND MEATS. YOUR CONTINUEDPATRONAGE 1



'" } | Now While We Have RIO MUcMUttAT i:
74x105 & 84x105 a Good VICTOR MOOD OOtOTMYlAMOUt _

$1.98 up
$2.98 USA ZOtlNA'



Thing For S. I

$2.00 $2.50' $3'00 Just This The Weather -Pies A awr'.r._...ef.-.. 11et.r.f.eeeeeFLORIDA { [

ALL COLORS $14.95Sternberg's ;

WOOD HANDLES & RITZ Near S. A. L. Depot Starke, Florida F f A


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FARM GRAHAM daughter, Mr., Mamie Lou Her-''I Pa., accompanied by his mother,- the last three months In Norfolk visiting their parents- Mr.- ni

II NEWS SECTION By Mr,. Eva Strickland aey of Miami, to Sgt. Johnnie Mrs. Eleanor Schultz, who spent Va., has returned to her home Mra.! J. S. Sapp, last weekend
( Agtilar of Miami formerly' of several days here with Mrs. II. M. here. Mr. and Mrs. T. N. Norm

Pvt. Clyde W. Strickland ar- Somer-st Center, Mass. The wed- McRao and family Mrs. Schultz Miss Dorothy Norman of Starke and Mrs. J. N. Norman made *

Hints For The Rural rived Feb. 8 from Camp Van ding took place Jan. 9. mad many friends while here spent the week-end with her parents business trip to the State Fans
Dorn Miss., to spend: ten days Sgt. Aguiar Is now stationed and will be long remembered. Mr. and Mrs. T. N. Norman. Saturday.
Household Commonsense with his wife and little daughter, at Fort Jackson, S. C., and Mra.. She told of her club work and Mr. and Mrs. Carlton Chastain Mrs. H. M. McRae an son,

: PEANUTS FOR MEAT HOME: GARDENING Barbara: Ann, who was born Feb. Aguiar plans to join him soon. Red Cross work In Pittsburgh, that and little! daughter of Jacksonville M. McRae. aid Mrs. Schultz Wore a

y tl tlr 7. Both are doing nicely. means so much to our country and Mrs A. Chapman and I I visiting Mr. and Mrs. T. N. Norman .
Airs. J. S. Norman and her
Peanuts-"goobers" or"plnders"to Producing as much as possible Mr. and Mrs. Felton West- :Mrs. Carl Dobbs and Mrs. E. E. children of Norfolk, Va., were Wednesday of last week
? to many folk.-are a top-notch of the foods needed for the farm brooks of Tampa pent Monday granddaughter, Miss' B ern 1 Ice Balslger and little daughter Betty

substitute for rationed meats. So family on the farm Is both econo- night of last week with Mrs. I Denmark are visiting relatives' In Jean, all of Lake City, were recent .'- : -

.y k It'. a good idea for us to forget mical and patriotic, and the farmer W"BI brooks' brother and sister- Plant City. guests of Mrs. B. M. McRae. DR. LEMUEL COLSON; DENTIST
about them as a picnic food or as who: docs this is not only following in-law, Mr. and :Mrs. Roy Rey- M/.. Rosa Hunter of :Maclenny Pvt. Robert Myrick of the Air

spa" tld- 1t. for munchclng occasionally : the best principles of agri- nolds. Mr. Westbrooks was returning was visiting her sister, Mrs. Chess Corps, in the Ordnance Companyat 129 East Call Street
but in these times, he is home from Georgia Padgett, this week.
w } and accept them as a staple culture Savannah, Ga., spent the week-
or more or less regular part of doing his part to see that other where he attended his mother's Ellery Graves of Jacksonville with home folks. He
n end here Hours 9 A. M. to P. M. Evenings By AppointmentFOR
with his ulster -
to eat. funeral. spent the week-end
our diets. folks get enough and Mrs. Myrick and Miss Odessa : : :
Mr J. B. Strickland Mrs. Ivy Wester.< _
; Not only are peanuts thoroughly If he doesn't produce as muchas Mr. McRae were dinner guests of his .r
enjoyed by moat-people, but possible of the food for himself spent! Friday with Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mra. J. E.} Thoreton of mother Mrs. Susie Locke, at Lake

they' contain valuable, nutritious and his family, he' Is going to have A. Davis of the State Farm. Jacksonville spent the week.with Geneva Saturday evening.
14 protein and fats. While we need::to buy that which he doesn't prp-I Mrs. Rivera of Auburndale their uncle, Wiley Groves, last SAFETY, COMFORT AND ECONOMY RIDE
Friends of Mrs. Lecy Dunkleyare
every peanut we can produce, we duce from retail grocer, spent a few days last week with week. :
to' hear of her death
1 i also should use them more regu- Is going to pay enough for it to her son ,and.dauchter.ln-law., Mr, sorry FLORIDA MOTOR LINE BUSSES
which occurred at her home in.Jack.onvUle'
larly In our meals. I I give the grocer a profit over what and Mrs. O. W. Rivers.Mr. PINE 'LEVEL .
Parched peanuts add to the fla- was paid to the producer. Thus and Mrs. Lonnie Melton By Mrs. II. M. Helton last Saturday. 1 FOR COURTEOUS CORRECT INFORMATION. .
MI; '- vor of vegetable and fruit salada the farmer who buys from the retail attended church here Sunday. PLEASE PHONE 147
and also Increase their nutritive grocer pays a good deal more Cpl. Russell Starling of Camp Rov. W. E. Hall of Green Cove GUlJl1JRANCH
1 value. I for It than it would have cost him Lee, Va., arrived Saturday to Springs' passed through this sec- By Sirs. T. N. Norman I -
his own'farm. spend a few days with his broth- tion Friday on his way to Valdosta UNION BUS STATION
Peanut.butter, bought or made to produce: It on Mrs. Harley Edwards and
of era, Perry and 11. L. Starling. Ga., to attend one of his
at home, la excellent for use ,In I So much for the economics children of Clewlston are visitingher '
Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Starlingand churches.Pvt. LACY CONWAY, Agent
.souffles, scalloped -I the matter. ,
soups vegetables Mr. and Mrs. J. N.
'1 !, sandwiches, and of course,'I In having to buy food :that he children and Cpl. Russell his Joseph G. Schultz, received I I Norman parents this week. Temple Ave. Starke, Florida
Jt In biscuits, cookies, cakes, and coul4 have produced the farmer Starling visited their brother and furlough at Camp Blandingand
candles. If you want to make reduces by the size of his! purchase I sister-in-law! Mr. and Mrs. Har- left Saturday for. Pittsburgh, Mini( Marie Sapp who has spent -

T 3 your own peanut butter, parch the the stocks that are neededby ley Starling of Brooker Sunday --

9 peanuts before or after shelling 3lty people who cannot pro- : afternoon IF YOU HAVE A BROKEN- DOWN ELECTRIC APPLIANCE
taking pains not to over-cook duce food on their places-
them, then rub the meats over people in apartments and in residence T/IERESSA
4 4 a wire-bottomed screen to loosen'I areas where there,Is no By Mlwt" Ida lagan I

and remove the skins. Run the land available for a garden. This
Mr*. Johnny Adkins and daugh-.I
peanuts through the meat grinder Isn't such a serious matter In nor-
as many times as you need to mal times of peace, except that ters of Jacksonville were visiting
get the peanut butter to the consistency -, the farmer Is not practicing good Mr. and Mrs. S.' R. Swindell. 'I
I George Packham of Cocoa Beach
you desire. (Add salt at i economics In his business, but it I
the first grlndlng-four cups of Is a very serious proposition In was visiting his parents. Mr. and l
Mrs. W. W. Packham over the :
peanut meat will require .1 1.4 time of war. The demand now .
of salt for civilians and soldiers and sail week-end. /
teaspoons Look ) 'and I; ors of our country and our allies I Mra. A. H. Kelsay was a business f Today mar. than ..... ........ you need the If I he.'ApplianceNeeds
up peanut recipes visitor to Palatka last Wednesday economy and Um*avina advanlaao* atyoiur
I that ,
in Is so great and so pressing oloctrieal' Tlu. wartime
A use your own Imagination combining appliance*
with other foods. more than ever before must be : world, wtih Its deraande aa youf time tbo Repair .
peanuts the farmer A. L. Sullivan of Ocala Is need 1 for botching In family chock
produced to meet It. So pay
ly, Just to get you started, here area ralsee and spending a few days here visiting .ak. your oloctaic appliance* your firm II email appliance, lake U .. your regular
who big a
a garden
couple of suggestions: friends and relatives. allie tits appeases or.oIack_Get thorn. repairman or U you .have wee bring .a to
Vegetable Sandwich I variety of vegetables In additionto back into active.....tee I our office.Well.have tt..apakecl.I you rmr'
Mrs. Mildred Burke was a
the bulk crops he produces as .a pick .U up later.Na root except dual repair
Ingredllents: 1.2 cup shredded visitor to St. Auguptlne Sunday. .
his share of the war production If an Appliance does charge* H large appHance. .
carrot 1-2 cup shredded cabbage goals Is leaving more food on the His. D. W. Moore la visiting J phew a*. Wellouoipeleot
3-4 cup peanuts, 1-2 cup shredded retail markets for those who can- her son and family 1 n Lake Not Work have a renoJr-
celery, and 3 tablespoons chopped Wales. 1 man ,rt b touch with ,
watercress or parsley.' I not have eardens. Mr. and Mrs. 0.. J. Phillips / Make. this chock .../.... ealllna rapabmaw you w..... .he ails
If: Florida's farm families- b cord cannoctod la appUaw and was< hare him check: all your
Combine ingredients, moisten' and children were visiting Mrs. .
more than 75.000 of themproduce lightly Da olhof appliance walk OB oamo appeane.a
with mayonnaise, season with salt aa much aa possible of the: Alice M. Jones and Mrs. J. L. .ntl.17 ww appliance work. wttk anothoreordT
and pepper and Worcestershire Hightower Sunday.Mrs. U not chock: hie* and replace,twlna. WAR
they need. can readily
sauce. Spread on buttered slices Lem Sibley of Putnam our trouble 1*canceled .bel....-oica...
seen that this production will the appliance. TINE ALLIES. USE THEM TO ADVANTAGE
of enriched bread.. Cut diagonally. Hall
ease the demand on grocers for was visiting her son E.. s.
food for people who live In cities Sibley and family, Tuesday.
Peanut Scrapple Mr. and Mrs. Leon Tomlinson
Ingredients: 1 cup hot milk. 1 and thera who cannot have gardens and daughter were visiting her .LO....' ... Ot' 'ai.arr CO..PUiY:
leave .
and it will also greater .
quart! boiling water 1 cup cornmeal stocks! for military use here and parents, Mr. and Mrs.. R. M. Her- ........ .a'r
3r4 cup hominy grits, 1 teaspoon abroad. aey, Sunday.
paprika, 1 1-2 cups salted It's economical and patriotic to I Mr. and Mrs. Charles Batten
peanuts, chopped and 1-4 to, 1cup have a good home garden. and children were visiting her
1 grated. cheese. I parents, Mr. and Mrs. John For-I

Milt hot milk and boiling water. sonlnar. Stir until liquid is thick- syth of Chiefland, over. the week
Bring;'to boiling point and' add ened by the cereal. Place In end. > _. .r

cornmeal hominy grits and'aea-. doublo, boiler or over low heat and Bobble Hall ,of -Starke 'was
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'cook one hour. 'minutes be- visiting Mrs. J., P. Dickinson and r-- -

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a musical :nation it hat not been free mental apace of their own In :
4I 4\: the fault of American parents. In which to grow into Ideas. Finally ,

flT no other country does the yearly'" the study of music requires application -
expenditure for music lessons even and self-discipline which are I
approximate ours which runs into bound to contribute to character: J
millions. Parents who had the advantage growth S' ,
_ in youth of a musical baCK. So much for the desirability of \

'S% ground as well as those who didn't music In your child's formative ". 5' ,zLwr .; -1 "
and lives have missed it How are going to 5 -
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are eager for their children to be children that the advantagesare ::21 5 1 _
nc1.1Jf. educated in music.' On the other' worth the time and concentration '\4

hand sometimes those who had music practicing requires? Mostly I }t' :li41;
forced on them to the point' by building around them an atmosphere _
where It was a burden never offer that music Is fun now not
music lessons to their children in just an advantage for their later S S
_ .* :) the belief that they are sparing years. A child isn't interested In _
\ : them the tribulations of their own his future culture but in what holds
youth. But their children may have his attention now.
a real yearning toward music. So For instance, a child's natural interest
the only fair course Is to see that should dictate the choice of

every child Is given the opportunity Instrument. Because you always S
I to acquire a familiarity with music wanted to play the violin Is no reason ,; $ S ,

and if possible to learn to playa why your child will prefer that 'r ;
; musical instrument. Instrument. Suppose he has shown : ,

However lack of what it takesto in his play a distinct liking for --- -J ", 'f.;
learn to play an Instrument need some one type of musical creation ;
not rule music out of a child's life. -say. he has made himself an ,
IL1- The study of music Is many-klded instrument wlUr a box and strings, Tea for You, With Delicious Cranberry Pastries! : .

it includes not only performance. or delights In blowing on every kind (See Recipes Below) S 'JJ
but composition and appreciation.Of of toy wind Instrument. or has

these the last is the most Important shown a genuine curiosity about \ And Cookies Too!
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t'i and should come first-in the piano keyboard-take the hint This Wee_ Menu S
fact a mother's greatest opportunity buy him the real thing at the appropriate Pork Kidneys with ,
to foster a love of music in her ae.and,\ let him ..tartmu.lc Gq You may not serve tea and you Scrambled Egg ,
if he later even have coffee but SMashed
children comes to babyhood and preschool lessons", evan may not '
0'_ days. changes to some other instrument.But '5--' you still like that Potatoes Diced Beet

But the need for music goes even perhaps the most Important ;: :c' .......-:0:.. _.E;:}\ pause in the ..ft6TI'a Lettuce with French Dressing
deeper than enjoyment. Rose Heyl- consideration of. all I I. choosing your cannon with a few Whole Wheat Muffin

*/ wartime tct stop our earl and smilingly incite ,he uniformed ladt to but author of "Like Softest Mu..Ic" child's music teacher. Eventuallythere 1 t.5 s good friends, to Apple-Cheese Crisp
\ jump into them." points out that It Is a basic comes a time to top mus c \4_; mull over the S '
human Primitive lesions if the child has failed to be-
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By KATHLEEN NORRIS peoples babies, old people who come interested or has proved lack 7f (Ijf happenings
PEACEt LEAVE' have never learned to read and ing In skill or Is tone deaf or deficient .. ''I.. day. to get philosophical up to make a drop cookie: SOrange
longer I live the still their emotions In a sense of rhythm. But over the
If haven't done lately write can express ':;
to Cookie.
THE I firmly do I believe you through rhythmic sound Music try more than one teacher before events that touch all of us. But have Drop
take out your family Bible decision to t (1I Make 60 eoeklea)
of God too stimulates the Imagination.You you make your a* your that pause whenever possible even S
j the nearness and turn to St. John 14:27. can listen without having to child' capacity for musical train- if you have Just fruit juice and a t tablespoon grated range rind '

and the power of prayer. The Read those stirring words, think about what the author is saying inff. Incidentally. a good teacher few cookies or cakes. Its as Important J4 cup butter er substitute S
"Peace leave with Read as you must when you read. will be the first to advise you da.
rule that was given us by an you. if thereis aa the bigger things yon 1 cop maple syrup
further expenditure
and so your own thoughts come to against Two-Piece Dre'ePatt'rn .
obscure carpenter who never on a little "For he Princeof the surface. The music further no spark of musical talent with Have a hot or cold drink as the I egg, beaten S
No. 831G-From tie! cornert
wrote a line or had an influ- this world coineth. Evenin abuts out disturbances and inter- which to work. of the neat, square v'ollir: tt climate dictates flavor them with I cup alfled flourS

ential friend, and who died the hour of His own sorrow ----- the hem of the wide, flaring skirt honey if the sugar supply Is low. teaspoons baking powder

death of a common criminal Christ prepared Hit disciplesfor Dialer Mrs. Locy Dunkley.Mr. this frock measures up 100 per cent Some supplies of tea are still obtainable H teaspoon salt
the factof His revelation and Mrs. Jack Goodge'of in fashion appeal! Make the bands for the hot or Iced beverage Cream together orange rind
is still the only true rule which outline the collar by coRee ration at
young- If you use the
just as we must now prepare HOJJSEHOM Starke were visiting Mrs. Arle cutting bias strips of the material shortening maple syrup. Add beaten ;
by which we humans may to make the most of the? peace Brown Thursday night of last of your frock or a contrasting fabric. breakfast. eggs then flour sifted together

live in security and peace. for which we are so fiercely week. Chocolate and cocoa are obtainable with baking powder and salt. Drop

When anyone says to me that he fighting. And we must 'pre JoI,'. and Mrs. C. C. Crawfordand Pattern No. 8316: Is designed for now and then and make excel- the batter by spoonful onto a

would like to have seen a miracle for not in a militant [ E ton, Jack. and Mrs. Cyril sizes 12 14, 18. 18, 20. Size 14 lent hot beverages. Made with milk greased baking sheet and bake In '
pare peace short sleeves require.tV.. yards 39- I nourishing, too. And It you hot )
they're (37S-400-dgree
think of THIS miracle that we hold a moderately t
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spirit of spiteful revenge, son, inch yards of contrast
In all our history worthyto mat.rlal..1. make them with canned milk they'r.dellibUuL oven and bake about 10 minute or ,
oo name but with the calm knowledge Butlit? were guest of Mrs. Ar- stripping.
mentioned In the same breath Somehow the cannedmilks until lightly browned.
be that with the God 2 6D: gula Crawford and Mia. C .C.
help of we
with that of Christ. Poor, and unknown Jy have an affinity with chocolate Molasses 'n apple butter were favorite -
of ,
and family Wednesday
world a'little Crosby :
yet his words still ring about can our beverage Ingredients of cookies In .

the world, and-hla- law. ,'so utterly more) like his_ Kingdom._ Author at SI.... M.tT'. Klcch._ last week. M- N.m. Fruit 'juices have been a summer grandmother's time. and now, they ..J'' "
opposed to"all.naCural"human.l law.; Mr. and Mfs.: Robert Ward and ... standby but you should discover come In for a grand encore:

is the one thing that can save us formed lads to Jump Into them. Club One of the first things to con ..'ei' baby of ,Jacksonville were visitingMr. Add.-- their wli.ter uses, toql Hot lemonade Old-Fashioned Melacaea Coakles.IK \ .

are formed for them so that their when you are planning this year'sVictory Ward's parents, Mr. and Mrs. I II delightful a. are combinations .
leer : '
better '
yetWhen Garden Is I the soil.: The cape sifted all-purpose :
this war I* over and the evenings shall"be safe sandwichesare the soil the better the crop and Calvin Ward Sunday. of lemon orange, grapefruit I ;"
..te* baking .eda
monstrous evil that darken the world piled up by the thousand card this .year our crops must providefor LI'tle Elolle"'Dobbs spent Tuesday Name of p.pe._ and pineapple Juice.Those >ipeen .l{

II juppressed. let us hope that tho.e and game are collected. They must our day-to-day. table needs as with her' grandparents', Mr. Pattern No ..... of you who tike spendingcold H teaapeea salt I 'I li R
in power will remember that unless be protected from dangerous amusements well as for canning and preserving and Mrs. Arch Dobbs of the State afternoon In front of the open 1 teaspoon ginger ;/-'
law of Christ Influences their be filled with good wherever the space permits. 44 cop batter .r substitute )
the they must Farm. of ;
is undera lead IS cent In coin (liar fire will enjoy r small glass a II'i
council there will be no peace. and beef and coffee warmly clad; there If the vegetable garden M c"P sugarlegg I't1
cover of winter rye of course Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Crosby and each pittern amm\t\ at o- cool drink with a few tasty cookies. :

that before today's babies are out of must be music! end girls with whomto you will crop do nothing about it until sons.. Bobby and Bule, Mrs. S Patricia Dow Pattern For this purpose try mixing equal (

high school the whole horror will begin dance. But in peace times, more the garden is plowed in ,early-; Evelyn Croaby, and Mrs. Arsula quantities of cranberry and orange U cup apple butter \ "

all over again. No matter how shame to us, hungry and Idle and spring.If Crawford were transacting business so. W. 17lk 5.., New W.'., N. V. I juice or apricot and pineapple Juice I cap molaasee i nr
dress their treaties In magnificent lad the streets at the Is uncovered it's a
they shabby roam garden In Grandln. Saturday. served In pretty glasses with cook. Sift together dry Ingredient S!
phrase, no matter how many night and fall Into all the mischief good idea to work It aa long as the Barnle Moody of Lake Wales,, ies. Cream together butter and sugar l'
and signatories they idleness.and.. poverty and cold ground Is open. Dig In compost J
willing unwilling {
leaves and manure and let the Mrs. Lizzie McKinney of Sampson Watterson were shopping' I n Small cakes and cookies are an add egg and beat together until light .
obtain for them unless forgivenessand and hunger and shabbineSs eneoutfi ground stand in"rough ridge The' City, Mr. and Mr. Marlon Gainesville Tuesday. attractive accompaniment with refreshing and 'ftutr,.. Add apple butter and I' f
the universal them for It.
brotherhood become age. And we punish freezing and thawing will do muchto Moody' Obey Moody Mrr: and James Plckren.. Jr.,.son of'Mr*. drinks.'Our first one to- molasses .and blend together' thoroughly .'1. la

law. there will be no peace. The Love I* Power Behind Good.It enrich and improve the condition I Mrs. Fernie Moody and Mrs. J. J'. Plckren, left for the Navy day' Is *. ..MSvtr.. butter-saver then mix In sifted dry Ingredient !

secret lies there. In the Sermon on I I. hard to see the light of God's of the soil. The spring rain will Chester Moody and baby of New Jan. 20th. Friends write quickly. and easily made! I *. Chill for 9 ''t'.,i I
the Mount, and It lies nowhere else. tend to even and settle the i nd may hour ,
When come let's try to feed law through our stupidity and the so that when the time comes 'to River were guests of Mrs. Arle him at the following address: Cranberry Finger' or more.
peace darkness of our vision But it lives tli, Roll a* thinly'" as jl
our worker a* well a* they are being prepare for planting the earth is Brown Saturday.Mr. Samoa Julius Plckren, A. S., 4th (Hake 24 fingers! IIIIJIII fllr r, '
on; it inspires us In every bandage In mellow workable condition.The B posslble.snd cut >/
fed In war. Let' not forget, and cookie that a be well prepared and Mr. O. E.: Crosby and Regiment Barrack No. 420 Company 4 tablespoons butter er substitute jJ' Into large cookie
that we roll every we coil must liii. v,
children, Sherman. Beverly Joe U. S. Naval 1 ,
selfish old 432 Training j
slip back Into the way If lifted floor
bake. every sweater we knit. Love before you put In the y-ur I cup all-purpeie : *. Place on a "
and and Doris and Mr. Araula Craw- Station. Balnbrldjre Md. ;: .
Let' not tolerate poverty
ever ia the power behind them all and it garden is large enough to be plowedthere' 3 tablespoons sugar lightly greased :
Idleness slum and squalor again. little doubt but that the ford were In Lake Butler Sunday I .
I* to that love that we must trust Eugene V. Chaaon who 1* In I eggMlJk cookie sheet and bake In moderate S I
Let' hold fast In peace to the gencroilty ground will be well "turned over. afternoon. the Coast Guard at 10 "
When a sense of helplessness and Delray Beach (37S-degree: ) oven for minute ;
the self-sac But if the garden is to be spaded be W. R. was a dinner !
the Intelligence, Mr? HaUlop ,
with his mother These cookies are crisp when baked
hopelessness overwhelms you. then with pent Sunday ; )
sure that this Is done deeply I l-peond aaa Jellied cranberrysauce ,
rifice and co-operation that we exhibit guest of her sinter Mrs A. L. Ola Cbaaon. get soft if stored In tin for a day or.so.
remember that stronger than all the the top turned under. Work with Mrs. .. : i::
so eagerly in,war. leader put together Is the mlracu- hoe and rake to break up large Alvarez: of Starke Monday.Mr. Dennis Parker, of the Coat 'I'
Constant International Visit lou force of prayer.. Rememberthat lump. Then spread with plan' !ood and Mrs. Alton Dobbs madea Guard at St.- Augustine. spent Orated M range Honey and sour cream are an unbeatable -

We hall have to keep up an Im- no woman her heart sick with most suitable to your soil rnnditlons. business! trip to Grandln, Mon Monday with- his parent, Mr. and Work shortening and sugar Into combination In a cupcake, .

manse army for a long long time. anxiety over the absent sons her Now is the time to p ''f on day. Mrs. John Parker.SAMPSON. flour and mix to a light dough with 'and here they are lined up >nth i, ':

Even peace-loving woman like myself brain bewildered and tired by the by lime.raking too. and Work continue the fertiliser to rake' until In. MUs Madeline Crews of Starke beaten egg and spices for an extra dellclousness: I :\)

who has suffered a great deal problems that loom vaster and vaster the earth i* finely pulverized. spent Sunday with her parents" CITY milk using only Honey Spice Cupcake., r,
for of the ever Interrupted 111,.. and Mrs. KIrby Crews. enough milk to S
her championship non- above us-no woman Don't Just scratch over the surface
Louise Varnea H cap butter er eabstllate S q I
intervention cause can see that We her dishwashing or her Ironingto but work a* deep a* th* seeds Mr. Nona Newton of Fort Dy moisten. The mixture "
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shall have to have haU-a..mllllon men i kneel down and say the old prayer will be planted and two or three Myers spending this week with Mr. and Mrs. E. D. Jones were should be 1 cap brown. "
ready to take to the air; why not i that begins. "Our Father" without Inches more. The first roots of her mother Mrs. Arle Brown.HAMPTON In Gainesville Wednesday and dry rather than 1 cap honey .1.
need this fine
her knees in the plants powderysoil wet. Divide Into 1 egg yolk
have them visit foreign countries to arising from stronger but lumps will hold moistureand Thursday of last week. :
bring friendship and help steadily, I courage and refreshed In spirit.Every I strengthen the root growth. Mr. and Mm Lent Brown and two portion Roll Scupeflaur34easpe..sal r. ,

as a regular thing so that the flag prayer that goes to God Sometimes the amount of seeds By II. B. WigginsMrs. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Grave were one portion to an .. ; : I II
that these countries have come to Is a spark of light In the dark. It needed i* puzzling. Many seed catalogues of Mr. and Mrs. eighth of an Inch teaspeeB grewul sieves :.lk
know through war shall become to find come bitter need somewhere give the amount of seed required J. 'W. Prlester of Lake guests* thickness, place on a greased c'Wkl..he.t I I ....peon. allspice* : li
for a certain number of feet. David Kelly at Pine Level Sun- and spread with crushed cranberry '
them thatia the cold mountain of China in S
a symbol of everything on i Butler spent Thursday with Mr. 3 teaspeena cinnamon :)
Carrot for example require an day. with grated
forgiving and helpful.In the crowded huts softens of India; it easel blow. ounce of seed to sow 300 feet while and Mrs.' Gerald Adklns and fainfly. Mr. W. H. Smith spent a few orange Juice.rind. Wet edges and cover I teaspeen seda '1'' ,'
It some \
war there ida demand for limitless some suffering.
a packet will usually sow about 30 'days In Jacksonville last week remaining dough rolled to fit. 1 cop "thick, sour cream :.
labor to rush'the work of defense Send your gift of prayer if you feet. A pound of bush lima bean I* judge A. Z. Adklns of Stark. r whites r
and de.tructlon.We! pay for like to today'' most heartbroken calculated to plant about 150 feet of and Mrs. J. E. Adklns because of Illness. pressing edges firmly together. egg { t
and Mr. Little Richard Smith celebrated Sru.Ir'wlth milk sprinkle with sugar Cream butter add and honey .
It gladly, readily and what we buy mother; send It. if you like to the row. sugar .
Js blown to bits and sunk Into the boy who Is lying; half-conscious: in So measure your garden. r ld- visited their slater Mrs. Elizabeth his second birthday Wednesdayof and bake in S moderately bot(37Mfe.ree creaming welL Add egg yolk, ,
oceans by the hundreds of millions. some base hospital and have his er the size of your family aour Towusend, who la seriously Ill in a last week with a party given : ) oven about 30 minutes. one .t''a time and beat well. Sift "

Why cant we keep up this magnificent nurses wonder why he Is suddenly'" plans for canning and buy tl Td' 'Falatka Hospital Thursday of for him by hla cousin. .Mr*. When cool cut Into finger strip size dry Ingredient and add alternately S I
accordingly. We are urged to t '
plentitude of employment better why he has fallen at last into need but yall lost week. Charles Temple. for serving. with sour cream beating after each

In peace times paying for roads, a healing sleep? we order to avoid no more.In such a bottle- Mr and Mr*. Gerald Adklns :Mr. Gilbert Brown went to Oranges enter the picture again, addition. Fold In stiffly beaten '1

ichools. brld'.... libraries until there Fantastic to think that we can neck a* having vegetable pile up were business visitors to Gainesville Gainesville Monday on business. this time combined with maple syr- white of egg*. Bake In greased I I

>i. no hamlet In all America where send prayer abroad to spread peace on you too fast to handle and in order Monday.. E. D. Jones returned to his muffin tins In a moderate oven (350 /''I
those whom we to prolong the season for table Mr. and Mrs. C. VanAlstlne degrees 30/) minutes or In two i :
learning and usefulness cannot be and blessing among work In 0 c a 1 a Monday after I
I use don't sow all your seeds at onetime business visitors to Gainesville greased cake tin*. '
found by the humblest corner? i never win know and whose thanks Walt until the plant are were spending a few daya at his home I Lynn Says: Your Icing for the cupcakes should ..t" ,
In wartime we women knit thou- never will reach us? Well there through the ground before you make Aionday./ here.Beware. S Handy Hlntai* When a recipe
lands-millions-of warm garments; are many fantastic delusion In this the second planting of such vegetables Sgt.. Lee Roy Croft was visit- calls for sifted sugar or flour sift be a halo of white swirls of honey I

we gather little coats and boots; world such a* that money brings : as green beans. Vegetablesof lag his slater Mrs': Lynn Hall the ingredient before you. measure -' Icing which will -not crack-and can

we ship them to tbe far corners of : happiness. or that a beautiful girl : early and late varieties such as and friends her last week. Coughs It, so you'll get an accurate be whipped up In a hurry:' '

the earth to.comfort cold little creature I I II always a happy\ girL We fool ; peas and sweet corn can of coursebe John Napier of bt. Auguotlne measurementIn Real Honey Icing. .1 f

wh':). In wartime only seem so : ourselves about half the thing we planted about the same time.JNNY was transacting business here from common colds mixing cakes, add flour mixture 1 egg white stiffly beaten ;

skin to our own. Why can't we keep know. or think we know. Thursday of last week. tocreamed, sugar shortening H cup honey ,f //1

that up in day of peace? There Is no But not about prayer. Peace and ;( BROOK{ FARMBy Mr. and Mrs. H. F. Wheelerand That Hang On and egg before adding the To M the teaspoon stiffly beaten vanilla egg white. 1 S' S.j"l. I.

tiny shivering Chinese child. buttoning Infinite good are a* plentiful* the Miss Ariula Crosby family have moved to the moist Ingredient then alternateand tJ
about air we breathe. a* close as the air we Creomu1 lon relieves promptly because add dry Ingredients lastYou'll add honey slowly, beating continut" ,
wool-lined coat M. '
a generous W. Brown plac ,
seat of the until Icing will stand in peak I
to the
Mr. and .Mrs. Alton Dobbs it goes right
her. who cannot be told that Americahas breathe.In J. C. Tucker of Macon Ga., trouble to help loosen and expel get a better grained cake. Fold In flavoring. ,*'. ,:
sent her that because America every spare moment enter into pent Sunday In Jacksonville was visiting friends here over the germ laden phlegm and aid naturf M'lfnns are beaten just enoughto \ "I
empire of Gods peace, spread heal tender. inflamed blend ingredients together.Don't Vhat probtftni or recipes ._ moil 4
believes In God who said the to soothe and raw
a shining MUa Lucille Ward spent Sat- week-end. .
maul fnej. win,,,, tt. f IT rile
of all oyer the bronchial mucous memo on y
that all men are brother this union prayer irday night with Misses Hazel Mr. and Mrs G. .... Wadsworth. overbeat. Chambers .. ., mJvlcr. }t' !
when the war I I. branes.'I ell your druggist to sell yo.a .' cake and muffin la Lynn far / on "
and perhaps cookie
In wartime we take' to food restriction world af readjustment and BernIce Crawford of Rising. Jr. B.rbaraHorne and Marlsa bottle of Creomul ton with the understanding Creasing of your limrtintlnr prob'',.... ., tf_*,. \: j
Joyfully and the market won. and the day and Claire John were shopping> in you must like the way it tins with a mixture pan. Nnutpupmr Union,ill SI.." ,. l>**pl. iMt ;f
than Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Kelly I
are filled with philosophic women come we will find It stronger quickly allay the cough or you are coat, made by blending H cup Si'_,. Chirmfa ilL f'fMU .. tut. la t ',, '
who are Quite ready to face any prIvation we have ever dreamed. we will find '.frg. Evelyn Crosby were. In Gainesville Saturday. to have your money back. shortening with V. cup flour prevent I, m-lai.. m "."' /,,'. .ril-a If It Is demanded by "thboy ourselves worthy to formulate the Jack onvUJ. Sunday. They were Mr. and Mrs. W E. Rhoden CREOMULSIONfor sticking. far your reply.W 1, rI ;
*." In- wartime we top our plan that shall bring us a little nearer -nlleJ there because of the Ill- were visiting In Ocala Sunday.M. I It I R........ br trn N.wspopsi UIII_ ,r" ? ,

ears and smilingly Invite the uni- to the Kingdom. lens and death of Mrs. Crosbys ) O. D. Gay and Mrs. M. L. Bronchitis 't Vi t



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RED CROSS Court and wherein plaintiff . .
WAR cause
FUND ... '
KT AT seeks divorce. Bradford CountyrolBKraph : ,,\: :, : -, : _._ .-' .-.... : ., . ', : :',r:
$6,000Continued shall publish thl. OrderIn
next four weekly issuns.Witness .
t ( from page one) my hand and official,
.. February ),Ie
anal at tark. V Florida thin
1941.: 19i x
Adding to the variety of Mrs. (OFFICIAL Uth HKAti: ) A. J. ThomasAs ''d 's; ri;W ,, rx' 9a a ( d s Vi t.!'
Clerk of said Court.T. V > a, k s9i
llama' day were two letters from >
k s
Frank .elrum. Fla, e
Field Directors. One aaked that Atty. for Mt. *-1k".t; S-ll> (,S. r ne a 1 Y9 t \ 6
4 Ys. a t.
.he locate soldier' at the
a bag IN CIRf'IIT roiiiiT. Ci1Ayl/ .j"

tali>o. and the other that ahe r M'*T1. ..FLOUIU IX
y.it the bank to explain why a Oharlle 'Ray Hrooks Plaintiff, vs. tt.,
Muriel Brooks, Deiendsnt, Case fI ;r f
soldier could not meet bin pay- No. 13:16.: :
ORDER: OF prnuirATiovAN1 I
meat on a note. NOTICE: TO APPEAR : t

With these various cause and STATE OF FIXJKIDA to: Muriel 0w
Brooks, General Delivery. Cor V :;
ojo '
xnaay others Mrs. Burns jao ooran California. ) l ; : M ,; >>t< 'rGP tkH 'ch ,

I fields Um to assist all Volunteers V..u are required to appear on 1
April 5Ih. It43. In the above named
)tn the Important work that they Court anti cause wherein plaintiff r w ft -. b'i

are. doing. The Production Rooms, conks dlvorcu. Bradford County '
Telegraph shall publish Ibis OrderIn t'ft
Staff .Assistance, Home Nursing noiet four weekly Issues.. ; ,
", Camp and Hospital Service First Witness my hand and offtriliIseal i '
at Htarke. Plorlda'tbls Feb- .
Aid. and Nurse's Aids. 1943. t 't4"ft
JoFICIAhi: SEAL. A.3.'ThomasA. ''
1 These and many other services Clerk of Bald Court.
at the American Red Cross go on T. Frank Lndrum "Mtark. Fla:, I :. ""-4
Atty. for Plf. I-U tt "-1? .
? endlessly In our own town and :

CCIWI.t,.. Do your part in this IN CIRCUIT COfHT. BRADFORD s. ."

great work by contributing to the .'0"'01 TV. FUOHIUAl CHAN- t' : s
C6cwv.M"ov'aeeReiialdDeendanir v 3s ;lrn Y iClz' yns.o ss ws'faYatbrv": Y ,
WAR FUND DRIVE to, be conducted : v... Cor- fa'a; g ps'a t ''1 !
In March. Red Crows Caw NO.

workers will call on you for your 1309.ORDER OF P'niLlrtATmv ,

support. Tears and Talk will not ANU NOTICE TO APPEARHTATF. .
FLORIDA to: Cor. .n
help the. many sick and hungry.rfct.fmlt notlnun Reid whose residence Is JS ., {! ::; ; ,! w 1ff.:,'Yo d';,}.'<:!'''-1;)-, ,%. ,-f. ;rVii8 t ;j.,'.J.h1tdt'...: '')"-.QCf;"it-.,.4'..,$,;,"Aft,: .....? VA4<.k'.3. ;'h'. n s
) ,. ,
/ .
Charlestdn. C. d '
of this war nor will they Reid Street ; 1r < j' .

bring comfort to our boys. at thee April You 6th.are, 1943 required, In the:to above appear named on : 1 ,.: 41'jL'jt.i'W': : i 1 J; t ;, jR 'ii! %

front. YOUR RED CROSS DOLLARS I nd cause, .jrrt4J
1Ci eke dlrorc.. Bradford pCounity .f>} I.s >>I;!;-"o-;- <, ,,,,,.,,...it"7. ,ix'! .&& 1, Z>t.Jfir'l'u; ", I-
{ year--Give WILL.double Give if more Ibis' Telegraph next, four shall weekly publish Issues.Witness this. OrderIn 1 <<' .fig,'A': }i'.f'fliiij_ Yij'i52'a3ft4'f i-:";' ;"'': *y:t. ..: ':<....;('{' .'o' <.."<' ;"i-0Z'W.{.''.i.'F ;,.,,;'"W'N1iy':..;' : _,.y. ,:M.<,,,,,;,.t}>'<.,;,U
can. :;
t you 'I my hand and official ; ; Y;:, ? ;. -">'J''%:(? .f#, "<,,,.v'oY"' ,, : rv nJ.:1"! : .hpi
LETS MARCH ., sf .
: :
MARCH! IN .seal.._- at Htr R. rk to/9.!e : .Florida,' this 'Fb11th r';::..,,< ;"';: ,:(' C. .n;! :.tl.: .> L.'.\<.<,."' ,.-v-. -iN'' ''''',' ;.> ''E3zra.3.' .w ., "<' _d""1, m.,1..,,',. ,.}!1 fi

I (OFFICIAL J SEAL) A.'J. Thomas I 4 >iatJ ,' 1r, 1 ,) a
ii* An Clerk of Maid Court. Y d3tasf3 Gv? !!/ '"i1
cwtrriT rot ;
IIT imi
T. Frank. Iandrum.; Sfarke. 11'1110"A'tty. ar ,z Yn'"t # ,
COUNTY, VLWIUUAl+ IN .la tl s'as
<(2l4RY.< for PU.: Z..19 i tt i>,
Hnton Mayoaui' Plaintiff .vs. ) r 8 <:nrYs s e; A,! 3s '9'tr't4
tctbt! MTayeaux UafendanU. Cane I:* r-mcinT' roirnT. DRAIJII'nIlD $ aM 1 ;,'" t 8 i r$ 3'Y
(141 Vi
No. COirTV.'' KI.OHIU I* CHANRmovenn 'ds.Is
AND NOTICE: TO APPEAR TSyerelt Plaintiff, v.. >ft tt63','" ,,'; '
HTATH OF FLiOKlDA tot lithel Frank to;. Everett Defendant, Case 1 .t'g
Ma'ewg. No.
You are required to appear, on ( 1ihFR OF pfTHLICATION t I 1 ';% ,3 j\ m 4'SY
April ,,6th. 1043. In tha abuv namfd AND" NOTICE TO APPBARHTATR .1Yf
Court and cause, "wherein plaintiff "' OF FLORIDA tor: Frank. \
_ka divorce. Bradford County E. F.Y-e..ett. whore residence Un r $ ', z .;f g Telegraph shall publish this Order known. I 8 + i
;c S 8 .. qnn j, sI i
In' next four weekly Inane l You are required to appear on ;, 8.
Witness my hand and official 4prll 6th.. 194.1, In th-abov namedI'mirt .
sal at Htarke Florida. this Keb'niarr / and muse, wherein plaintiff
16th.. 143. seeks divorce- Bradford County I
(Ol"I<'ICIAI. SEAL.) JJ.. Thomas Telegraph shall publish thin, Order
A. Clerk of said Court. In neat four weakly 1 Issues ,
K. K. Perr'man.jt..rk.: .., 11'1.... Atty Witness my:' hand and official
for IMf, r-l 4t I.ftm seat. at Stark Florida this Fobruurv
I 10th.. IMS! .
.ta' .n"I'IT f'OllltT: < ti>f<>itifl.OUIIIAl > .fOFFtriAl. >&11""[.) A. ,iJ, Thomas ? \j A
(V10NTY. IN CHAN-: AH Clerk of said Court.,
Rylvis r. M. K. Perry-man. BtarkA Kla. Atty.
Maud White, Plaintiff vs for Plf. .?.1.-18 4t 3-JS ,
1 Jnhp O..arWhtto-UetendanL, CaHe y, a. y
No. 3336.ORDER. '
ANI "NOTICW TO Al'P" Alt TAT 1 IMCKItf t .14Lf
OTAT13 OF FlX>HIt)A tot John Senate Illll N... Irt.1) y..x' 4,
4>ws>r White whose residence Is 104 NOTICE IS uranKDY' : nivEN, :. '
Kprlnc Htrurt. Port Cheater New That Robert I.. _ Tor*. r TAX: rvrtlfh-ate No. SO. Issued the
fee are required to appear on f' 4th day of JulY A. D. 19'in. has
April 5th., 1941. In the above namod filed camsn my office and has
made application for a> tax: deed to
1>a issued thereon. Bald eertlfli'atemhrarna
the following described.
l property In the Cnimtv of Hruclford. -
I State of Florida, to-wlt: Y
I.its fl, 11 of Block I! Ward City
Section ft Township 7 H, R. 80 Rust. I I
The assessment of the said I prop
s erty under the Maid certificate.
issued. wax. In the ,name of Mm.
!..' J. Ward. .
tin I..,," said certificate shall be
redeatned according to law the
r. Max Shane property described therein will be
old to the Mullen bidder at Ihe ,
cnurthousn door on the first Mon
Optometrist itor In the month .of April 1943
which* U ,the 6th day' ,-'April/ / t ease -
11113. r
DAted this Uth. day of February,
If your eyes bother you UtM 19t1.
(fOFFICIAr. REAL) A. J. Thomas I
them and
29 examine you Clerk of circuit' Court of Bradford
jfftit glasses it you lead them. County, FlorIda. S-19 tI.U

30 yaesssxperlsnca.Holidays I" T it ui rinri'f-r,- rornnr: OF THEY'LL Give YOU A ,FRESH START IN LIFE
sod Sundays by appointment. 1I'1.0nen". t<::1..ITlf ..un'C-'AL
'tRCV'T. I" AND FOR RgalPOlln .. -
E. A..TAYi.OTt. !

Temple Theatre Buildmtmer .Plaintiff.
I -v"

Main andMonrot ffreeff JOHN F b'C:1.st.t;: : ; al... THIS is a Nazi court. Maybe none of us 'till But this will never happen here..we hope. For with every minute, ev precious minute

It appuarlnafrom APPEAR the Plaintiff's one..we hope. [ This, is only something that happens to other the decision grows closer. Win lose. Have

l sworn mil et' Complaint on' file They specialize in fresh or or
giving people starts
In the ease of B. A. Taylor versus. people..we hope. have not. Lire or die.

roan said cause R. Joneset pendlnar ale.In. Defendants the Circuit, I in life. All that you've ever, bad..your home, Yet how effective can 4 mere .'hope".be>in keep Not for'the: other t iiow. .
OUR j just
Court of the Bight' Judicial Cir I For you...
cult In and for Bradford County your bank account, the very clothes off your ing this from happening here?
Florida that It i Is the belief of the
Plaintiff that the Defendants and I back, your family, even your self-respect..they Hope can't rifle.
c cs each of them are over the age of carry? a Hope can't build a
twenty-one tat/ year and It fur ] take from This Advertisement
f ysa&j\\ : ther appearing from said nill of you. Hope can't finance a war.I

/ domicile romnlnlnt and that address the. of residences the fol, They start you off fresh, ,with nothing. They It. takes action and human effort. Action from ;

1 1..ln.term Jones Jane and named bolas wit.Defendants1, Jan Jones John. the K. I don't even leave you the opportunity you have now. all of us. Human effort from all of us. Reproduced By
used to deslitna'
C* uteho, the glasa-muncher, the Mobs wife>.n and of John wife R Fannie.? Jones-Hnbson, It. B.* I ,Millions of people have gotten fresh starts at For this is a people's war. This is a war in

haa teeth that flinch at nothingThat's it. W. dodges and wife: Evelyn; I their hands...'millions of human beingsrwho have which we the people win- lose..in
Hoda-e.. Jennie I Maud Uodaea.: slnrX or we, Starke Merchants
because I his diet (aside, of the unknown heirs. at law of J. W.: I worked and scrimped and saved all their the
lIod/le.. the
from the deceased and the unknown people earn right to live our own lives
course, glass) :contains heirs 4ivw-of. C. M. I ,

fkntybf calcium and phosphates. to"vlna the and Plaintiff If dead and are that Kparkman.unknown 1 If for a little comfort, a mere modicum of happi- or to lose them. And you-and we who sign this From Motives Of

Does yours? It should to make nn the perann service In of the Htate of there Florida 1 Is I ness and security. Millions of men and women advertisement the people. .

your teeth and bones strong. Get whom would hInd a subpoena upon in Poland and Russia and .
the France.
Defendants Millions There is time wait '
I or ( lth no to to be told what to do.
tip: level
teaspoon IrTHEitEROR1C
>T ( OBOKTIED: I like Patriotism
Romford baking powder, as contained that the Defendants John 1'':. Jones ttJ. Each of us must find out what to do and do it.
end wife, Jnne .
Jones, the term .'
in baked foods,'provides Jane being used to designate the .;

'M your" minimum dally requirement wife of John E. Jon., n. n. Ifob.on (This advertisement wa prepared and '

h of 'calcium- 1 M your dally end.Hodges wife.and Fannie wife. Rvelyn Hohson. Hod.n. W...... published originally by American Locomotive Company'and is reprinted with its permission)

'Hn* ''Mtm ()f. phosphorus! Get it? '.ol known Maud heirs Ho..<.tw t..... alnKle of, / the '
':Set RumfordlIT l HmlS-.eajiedi;.l"d' the| unknown I n .
r h"'r"' al law of C. M floarkman. .
+ I'IU:1t: : Ow R--"I'. U.. If llvlna and If d**... .-.I".t| th-l l DENMARK FURNITURE CO. FRANK'S FINE FOODS
unknown heirs at SCHLITZ & 'OLD
I law a-atees.. devln MILWAUKEE
K .
ly MatsMlal. Writ es or .
*ran eea or other
,.. s ,
oi .,i.. K,
"today: -Rumford Baking Powder, through. nr under the -
JB. f said Defendants or either of thorn J. H. COURTMANCH-Jeweler J. BEER-
S Rhode lalaad. and. any and all persona clalmlni... P.ROBERTS'MOTORSSAM
any right, title or Interest In anil
r to the
following desorlhed
'- and being In f."fnr<|propertyInip "r-nuntv KOCH DRUG '
particularly decent t UNION
ed a. follows, to-wlti ROOM ',
1 From a point where the South
.b boundary of the NW 4 of 8EV1 01 '
Ranire ; A &
Jl Fast """...e..I> t" Ra>' A
ertire of the Right of Way 01,

.State.....1',.Itned.. alone No.said. IX niajht run of"'n.Way..h. STARKE-BLANDING TAILORS -

28m feel hence Rant :90 fA-t to MATHEWS SINCLAIR SERVICE!
a, point. fl. beajlnnlnar. then* ED MODEL DAIRY '
; n..t IT t.... thence North an PRINCE
_ I feet thence West 111 feet tit r h.. .
E' ..nt . r of P eld S.l.l- Road No. M, |tHnu' >.,".. BRADFORD HARDWARE
r wnOrlr alnnar said RII I Itt THE ELECTRIC SHOE SHOP CO.
ne we r f5 feet. thence Soul ic '. e

_ewes foot....to.. .the*."V"point p.rcel of nf'besrln land CARPENTER'S DRUG STORE

.beloa.."' n,situated.."tln" In St.the Township NW<4 of. SOUTHERN Sc' TO $1 STORE STUMP'S STORE ,

Month Range It Kant Hradfo
Conntr Florida< and ...,"" all ''' MIKE MARUCA
under f.i.ce st this time and con. EASTERN AUTO SUPPLY BLANDING GROCERY
t.l"lna it.100 of an acre more TAILORS *..
or I.....
do appear herein nn the (IK A.... t
J -r A" 4 A. D un to the JOE'S
Pill of
i Complaint of the said P.. A '......1.... .PARK THEATRE THE BOWLDROME GRILLSHAFKIN'S
I filed against them In the office o, :
the Clerk nf the Circuit Court I In 1

". and end for thet Bradford t*.,tn o-...County.e He .vnKllHt.e Florid". VAUGHAN'S CASTLE LUNCH NEW
EXPERT SHOE,, tn the. Pradford' County; Telearrapl CLEANERS
a newspsner. published In Hradfor Ir

REPAIRINGNothing four Cniintr e*,.***Florida..cwti*.. once.v....v.a b weak.' re th lor.. FLORIDA BANK AT ALLEYMAUDE'S LUNCH ROOM

But Top Quality return pop". day stated. In this order and STARKE STARKE BOWLING Ile
I MEMBER F. D. I. C. \
Leather Used WITNEffl: my hand and the ..al
/ nf said. Court this 10th.. dor of THE PARAMOUNT
February. A. D. 1943 at Start CALL ST. HOT GRILL
TheElectric ...." .n-, County nf"*.Bald I ALVAREZ STORE DOG STAND
rowiriptAT, P"']Ar,) A. J Thomas "COME
Shoe Shop Clerk, Circuit' Court nra Afros From Park Theatre Florida.. 3-l! 4t ;1-lt DRINK STANDPAO5 d
foriH". 1j nnuy tt pell., Attorney) nC
for Plaintiff
I la