Bradford County telegraph
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 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: February 26, 1943
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
notis - ADA7397
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System ID: UF00027795:02791
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Preceded by: Starke telegraph

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Recreation Trading Center and B FORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH Sweetest Home Strawberries ot the

for Camp Standing This Side of Heaven I

Official County Publlcal on.E.t'abliAh: : d./1I1871 l 1WDi14 r 4. 4

...nTY: -FIVE ---

Lt. Col. Victory Gardeners Should Register Now In Courthouse
Asked I Meeting TonightTo
blip Slow Tenants To Be Eligible For Cash Prizes Offered ,

Julius I*., 'Thorn, chairman of notify him by telephoning 59. Perfect Plans For

fo File Returns Request Copy registration In the local Victory Anyone who would like to havea RaisingCoanty's
garden but does not have the

:Of Registration wbo Garden bave campaign already,; planted urges all or those who necessary touch with land Jos. should E. Wilson get, telephone in $6,000 War Fund Quota \

ssessor iA Intent to plant .a garden to regleter 146. ;:

with him so that they will be L. A. Davis Is chairman of the
for of the cash prizes committee to raise a cash fund '| Plans to put Bradford County
E. W. Hayes Is.he William L. Duke, Area Rent eligible one
the In the Red Cross
Tax dilemma he s Director for the Gaines viiI e to be distributed. 'Gardeners wbo for prizes and will be glad to New Assistant over top
i of a -
-. horn War Fund drive, with a quota set
e n't want to have to do It, Dutere :+. Starke Defense Rental Area urges wish to register may lee Mr. receive contributions for this pur I at 38.00O, will be completed to- 1
to be no other way that all tenants renting in this Thorn'at the VSO YMCA or may pose.
seems night (Friday) at a meeting to
1 he mailed out area request their landlords to,
tI On January bo neld in the courthouse at 8
.3 than 700 postal card to produce a copy of the rent regls o'clock. The rally has ben called
rsonal property owners In Brad tratlon 'blank in order that they] Rites Sunday Church ,Begins by Nut Sternberg. chairman of the t
be such rental
'County Informing them that may sure propertyIs drive who announced that Dr. C.

ey had from then until April elstered) : and' that they arnot i *, Csto/rnelle, Red Cross field dlrec'or J

!to which to nee him and maket ; paying more, than' the legal For Mrs.AivafeMr r New 'BuildingSt. I at Camp niandlnc, will be
registered maximum relit '
their tax returns. jr ry guest speaker. 'i
the than r "It has become ," Mr
About 400 out more apparent This meeting: la open to the
o have responded to his plea. t tf Duke said "that a very ems *. Lucia Sharpe Alvarez, 8''7, Mark's Episcopal Church public and all volunteer workersare f

re other 300 have done nothing /nlmvity of the landlords still do wife o!""J. M. Alvarez, veteran I will soon have a new parish ryt especially urged to attend. if ifMr.

out it. If .they don't comply not know that there are teeth Starke merchant; died In the houje.-at least the Episcopalians + ... D. P. Carpenter, chairman
in' the next 30 in the Federal Rent Laws, and 1 It '
th his request Riverside Hospital JackeonvlUF'rlday and the Presbyterians will havea 1; of the Starke residential section.

ys, he will. be compelled not Is vitally Important that al Feb. 19. jas a result of new recreation center-between r t Monday appointed the following ,

Ely to "guess1' at -what their re- shou:'recognize that this law burns sustained Tuesday night, the Kplscopal; Church ami the assistants: Mrs. 4, Z. Adklns, f

|red should be, but also add a must be complied with. Feb. 10, at her home here. rectory on North Church Street. Mrs R. J. Davis. Mm. Glen Duke

percent penalty to the tax. Ben Sternberg, 28-year-old son "Maximum rfent Regulations Funeral services were conduct* Mon'lay morning contractor O. M. Mrs. L. D. Vlnlng> and Mrs. N

of Mr and Mrs N. Sternberg, requirethat all landlords man Sunday afternoon at :3 o'clock 1 In Davis of Gainesville began the Stcrnbersr.

has recently been promoted to have available a copy of their! St. Mark's Episcopal! Church, of erection of a one-story frame N Solicitations In the business dla- t

any Assist the rank of Lt. Col., it wan learned registration blanks to show their! which she wa a member. Tin structure 60x24 feet which will 1I trlct will be under the direction
here last week through the tenAnteand: that such registrations Rev. Fred Yerkes1, rector of thchurch I be uaod! as a parish house' for the
of C. }i. Nasworthy, by
medium of letters written to should show the maximum officiated.. Interment was Church, and at the same time ,a E. Wilson.
[ationingBoard Starke people from men in his rent for their accommodations, in Crosby Lake Cemetery will recreation center for Camp Din riding \
'tnizatlon. It Is believed that and the services supplied- If tenants DeWlrt C. Jones. ) j i charge of ar. ; soldiers.Thd The local drive Is part of a }i'
he Is one of the youngest men In do not require their landlords rangements.! f building will con"lal of a nation-wide appeal In which the .,...'

Wlth'more than 70 volunteers thd Army to attain the rank of to produce this evidence, Mr. R. J. Davy, !sang a specie ]large lounge in the center, with Red Cross" la asking the American '

igaged' In thework of "point Lt.. Col., and his advancementshav then such lack of cooperation or request of the deceased.; "In Th< a reading and writing room on ; people for $125.0OO,000 to husbands be spent \

Honing" the').tint three days of beeivrapid .Ince.hlll graduation their part"wUl .hinder' 1 the" success. Time,"of "Roses":"$( lao "Abide will the north side, and kitchen, pantry on In the norm armed, brothers forces and and also to
it week Starkealone, to Bay from West Point. Although of tha program. Me" 'A quartette composed olMrs. und toilets on the south side. I I',

thing of those In the outlying his folks have not heard directly '"In order that full and complete Davis, Mr *E. L.BiggaH; L. Being near the Orange Linen bus gua'-antee the health and safety ''w
man's loved
.strict, figures are not yet from Ben concerning his promotion compliance with the Maximum G. Towell andTf tbe Rev. A,' "ELlghtfoot -station, the center will have entrances of. home.the fighting ones '

aiJable aa to the results of the they think that he mightbe Rent Regulations may be / sang Another one of hei .I on both the Church street at

gtatratlon. The Telegraph will "too busy to write" since he obtained, all tenants are urged tc requests, Alfred! ''Tennyson'i and the Weller street side, for the MNs Iw[arle Register, who arrived The American people have never '

rry a full report of the results Is probably seeing plenty of action report to the Area Rental Office "CroBBlng the Bart I. convenience of the soldiers In Starke leaf week to brome let the Red Cross down and It la ;t

the new registration next ; In Africa right now. any failure or refusal on the par). Ono other req nest of Mrs I Tho E placopallani* and( the : woman's program diicctot not believed that they will do so '

eek.I of the landlord to exhibit the Alvarez was fulfilled-t hat a. Presbyterians will operate the 'he U90-YMCA. She was now. The job of raising the huge

I The following teachers, students, Green Will Send landlord's copy of the registration blanket of magnolia leaves from center Jointly, the Rev Fred transferred; here from the Se War Fund Is up to the great who

bldiera., wives* and other teat blank, and to report to this her trees at Klngsley Lake be Yerk',!!, rector of St. Mark's, slated bring unit and wai Connects< army of chapter volunteers '

eta of Starke were among those, Free BulletinsOn office the demand for or receiptof uprovci' over the gasket; and al. yexterday. The Episcopalianswill with Red Cross work In New during March, will give Americans ..j '

Iho participated In the work of'. any'reat !in excess of the maximum thought the many,beautiful flow furnish the building and fork City before entering USC> an unparalleled opportunity 4
be of service to their ,
to countrythrough
>; ii tration at the Bradford High I legal rent shown on the era showed the esteem In which, equipment, while the Presbyterians work. Miss Register was reared contributions., ,

tool at some time during the Congressman Lex Green' urges i registration form."Landlords she was held the magnolia leave will provide the staff of in Jacksonville and Is a gradual generous '
> warned the only for the workers. The will K F. 8. C. W Those who wish to volunteer ., '
ree days: that every possible family get out are again formed covering building coal I

Mian Evelyn Stump,jMr* 'race a spade, rake and hoe and have of the penalties facing violator! ,casket. ; approximately $3,000 not Including I their services to this drive should ,,, 1

'ainwright, .Mrs.. Ernestine' Me- a Victory Garden thin, spring tc of the Maximum Rent Regula I I,, Mrv. Alvnres'wse born In Lafayette fixtures- which the local con Colored Teachers contact Chairman Sternberg Im ii

de, Melvin Futch; Mrs. Glen help win the war. Natlon-wld< dons For each excessive rent ,Ala., the daughter of the gregatlon will pay. The furnishings mediately. ,:, '
uke Mn.:'Mlrlam Yasjow, Mrs. and collect former will "probably" be donatedby Hold Successful j\1\,
home gardening la an importan charged, tenants may sue Rev John R. Sharpe, a '
"ed Guy 11011''. Dorothy D'elevan, part of the plan drawn up by. the either three times the amount pastor of the BtarKe Methodls, the! women of the diocese of Countywide Meet Mra.Hutaca.Dies :/

re,. ,MiWre4!{ ; McRae, Mrs. Kate War Food Administration. of the overcharge! ,:.or ,.50.0(, Church > a n d. "Stlrah. 'Callahar North Florida, while the' ''localwom ; Soon After I "a 'I
Mrs. CrA.Itnlglrt,' MreW whichever) And it< .,' "ri -will do the'landscaping.Mr. Colored ,
lieppard. ""A small .plot, of only, a few the greater Sharpe.; Her father was pastoi The Bradford -County '
Brownlee' ; Mr.. Krlney, Mra.rothy feet can be made to produce a must be remembered that each at Gainesvillewhen! the older part .' Yerkea stated that while Poachers Association met at R. JS. Return To County : ',.':r: ; I

Eppe r son Mrs.' Lohayes portion of the famlly'i. overcharge represents a separate of the Methodist Church then the Presbyterians expect to have High School on Feb. 10 will ;{ i
Mrs. Doreaa Carver, Mrs. large vegetables, especial!;} cause for action. Also, the tenant was built, and died In the yellow their trained man on the ground 1. O. Jenkins presiding; The fog" Many times during recent years I ,

t"s S. Ball Mrs. Leola Rob necessary under Florida's favorable climatic may recover all court charges fever epidemic !In Jacksonville. around March 1, the building will owln? program was carried out: Mrs. Sarah L. Hutson, then living 't I '

ts, Mrs. Sara Armstrong, Mrs.es and soil conditions" Congressman and reasonable attorney's fees tc The deceased was married tc not likely be completed until a Model one-room-xhool teacher In Miami, expressed the wish '

E. Humble Mrs. Lucille Green stated. "And It fa be'paid by the violator. J. M. Alvarez In 1894 and spent few days later.Major ([grades 1 to 0) by Flossie B. MaLiendon to come back to her old home- .
own Marvin Rooks, Mrs. Eu- of her life Ir demonstration. She was County-to spend her I
that the small norm the greater part ,
ce Searing Mrs. Ruble Mao garden possible may eventually mean the Back To The Farm Stark, where she was well-lmown Johnston ommended for the fine way Ir declining years. Her health was became .1.i.t. I"I"BralJl'ord i
and finally her desire t
rklns, Mrs'. Eva Anderson, Mrs difference between plenty and, for her Interest 'charity and, which this. was presented..Under' poor, .
dna Prevatt, Mrs. O. I.. Beau To Help Grow other welfare work. She was a Describes Set-Up Industrial Arts. Prof so great that her husband,
hueer:! : :
his affairs .
M. J. Hutton, wound ,
ly Mrs.- Martha Johnson, Mrs up
W. T,
of the
For charter member what
Food Victory Of Station Jenkins demonstrated care
who send requests tc Comtf.Col. where he }h
eelma'dti Miss Pearl ,}.owls, .Missf Those U. D. C., and In Dade County, .
: 'Lex' ''Green: M. "C.'t; Room'1434New Weeks Chapter, > done with old waste.tin from construction
wa.'engaged In the r
edge Middle ton Miss Faye Office BIdg.. WashIngton 0. L. (Ducky)] Llnsln, fountain was at one time registrar of the Harry A, Johnston, camp ice boxes He showed shovels : back 'ply
House and to
Mrs business'' agreed come .t
tenon, bars Ethel Biggs, D. C., will receive (all; and grill manager at Koch's DrugStore ( Florida division of this organization. executive! officer, Headquarters,, lower pots, etc., made up very here ',
dna Hart, Mrs. Verna Demorest, the supply lasts) a publication since its opei>in< In December Always Interested In the Camp Bland Ing, was guest speakerat eautlfully and received much \ /'
as and
n. Susie Moore Mrs. Evelyn 1940, plans to leave the underprivileged, for several yean the Rotary. Club Wednesday,, >rala from the body. They returned a month ago '
tch Rev. G. C. Powell, Mrs., W. on Victory Gardens and first of March for his old farm he did volunteer work In the describing the complicated set made Mai- rented the N. D. Green farm near *r I ,
Comments were by .
Sewell. Mrs. 11:. K. Ferryman, also bulletin on the City Home homo In Van Buren County, Arkansas capacity; of health nurse, among up by means of which the Station lie Hunter, principal of Stark Hellbronn: Springs. They planned -. ry'rlison '

oodrow Riser, Mrs. Grant Cordon These publications give/ where'"he' hopes to become school children- thet-county, .re Complement Is enabled to "keep ichool. to buy a place and Mrs Hut- ;.'
ans, Mrs. 'Dell Dowling W.. H. In' Uncle .taivWPAr.ejpn wan happy r e n e wing old 1 ,
accurate Information concerning an Important cog tiring, oniyAvhen 11 OW1 J"' for a huge"cantonement 01 ; '
oilman, George Kenls, Bobby Sam's "Food for 'Victory" proran. ployed a paid 'nurse to do the, the tiize of Blending. Roosevelt Smith prlnclpeU friendships and visiting with her I
Paine Charles planting-; Cultivating 'and harvest Hampton school, discussed. social numerous relatives In this sec ,'
jrner, Dorothy ; He. will be accompaniedby work. She was f also vitally The canrfp' theatres, utilities, 2.- I
rker, Jimmie Davis Jewell' Ing practically all common urge. his wife, Aileen. and his parents In the campaign against )00-bed hospital and post exchange studies and lesson plan. tion. For a brief month she lived ;' I

tier, Marjorle Grlder. Clariceomu tables. Mr. and Mrs. J. Llnsln. who tuberculosis; and I took a leading system were a few of the Each teacher paid $1 for prizes contentedly amid the old ,1, '>{
Virginia '' to oe given I to students from seen as, but Monday morning she :
Lola Newsome have occupied the O. J. Griffin part in the l annual sale'of Christmas Intricate organizations describedby r
weU, Shirley Colley Frances Walnut St. for the past long as her health 3raitca, 4 to 8 from each school Ir suffered another attack from an
Seals as
Mrs. Lex Green homo on Col. Johnston, who stated that :1
lIey, Idalou Da vis Collette he county. At the regular chapel old u 11 men t-a ruptured .heart-. .
two )'ear permitted.In from 3,700 to 4,000 civilians are t
een, Bryan Harrell Sara Bare Has Nice Garden time each school was represented ana this time the attack was fate{. :
The Llnsln farm consists of 160 addition to her husband, she now employed to help operate
ot, Dorothy Faxon. Gloria Bu- by a choral class or quartette Mri. Hutson was' 53 years old i iat
6O In cultivation, and already Is survived by three daughters,, these units. ,
acres, and '
rd Hayea,, Mrs. Lex Green made quite a -Jiwtey, Thuraton, Hampton of her death. She ,
Nina Bishop Betty the !
fruit trees and 1SOO ,- Gill Atlanta Ga.; Mrs the
has 500 Mrs. J. H. In discussing post exchange .
ands Pearce, Anlce Green Bar- showing last year with her vktol7garden grapevines. Ducky plans 'to D. A. Monteith, Starke; and Mrs set-up, Col. Johnston stated that Stance made a great showing, was born and reared near Law ; !;I.,j jey
Comer and already has another rovlng/ that these teachers are of Mr. and Mrs. \ a ,
Cameron Keen the
ra Patsy chickens, hogs and Randall, Norfolk Va.; one each service Is In daughter
started on their farm aloe cattle, N, P. man reality, a pending some time In trying tc i
errymaa. good "whatever else the governmentneeds. brother, John Sharpe, New Orleans stockholder In this system since usefulness. Eugene Forsyth. '
Starke on for. future
of rain
south youth ,
three miles In addition to her husband she II
Although she wan. In La.; seven grandchildren, the profits of the' exchanges are Dinner waa served to all at 1:3C: 'I
American Empire't Road 28. W H. Graham, Jr.. U rated back the various In survived by tbroe'daughtera, 1 !
Florida Coxswain to organizations
to pro .
the hospital part of the time dun The Linalns came and the R. J. E. drill corpn then Mrs. Elsie Rankin, Portland Oregon "
Florida Theatre ing the canning season, she stillmanaged three years ago and Ducky was 3.! Navy; Joe Monteith and Margaret on a' per capita basis. >rocueded to the grounds dressed Mrs. Russell Sllvey Peru, !
up" 3OO quart employed In a drug store at West < Montelth, Starke; Lt. Ralph The men are often allowed to In blue shorts, white middles and ; ,'jJ
to "put Tallahassee .. Ind and Jeraldine A. Wynn, sta-> ,,
Air ,
South before coming to Rhodes, Army Corps vote on how this money shall be olJgt.
Portraying life In the glass Jars of various products. Palm Beach GillAtlanta Bill red ties, under the direction tlon-d; with the WAAO at Ft. ,. :

Jest In that great,and formativef 1 Shd bought liar peaches, borrowed Starke., Randall; ,Jackie Jf. and Lucia; Lyle;Randall spent recent, and/Instance Cot Johnston where a Stntlon'omptement told oft Johnson of Camp Blanding. Oglethorpe. Tenn.; three tuna .j tit :' .

f of history after the Civil I her flga and pears fromLex' and onegreat. Following the demonstration a Robert L. Hutson, with the armed ,1'
"American ," an aeon Another young man who hasgone Norfolk. detachment voted to III bee was I conducted In the I
far. Empire ., brother Ray Green, at Graham Ifpe nlr f'>rca In Africa; and James M. ;
,, Is J. D, gran: json, WUUsun .Henry: use J'3 money In purchasing each
drama laid In' the ranges ofexig : and her strawberries "back to the farm" ludltorlum. Thuraton school.wor Hutson an4 Oscar J. Hutson. both 'I' ,

will be shown at the Flor- New River donated; : but in! addition to (DicK) Grlffls, foe the past five II. man an Individual Bible. "Thla he highest prize, while Lawtej of MiaMI also a grandson Julius I'f, ,,!
a Theatre Sunday and Monday, were she canned plenty o1tomatoes years an employe of the Hart. Among those from out-ot-towr Instance should help to counteract wall next, Starke 3rd and Water Hutson.; ,!h
nd show, the above Furniture Co., here. He recently ; attending the funeral were: Mr, some of the stories concerning Oak 4th. I
also at the midnight conch peas, string beans Mrs. Hutson was a member of \ :;
will devote and Mrs J. H. Gill ands son,, the Godlessness of men In was con .
and The day's
aturday. Also raised resigned his position! I program the Baptist Church and funeral I
and butter beans. Mr. and Mrs. the armed forces," Col. .Johnston ..,. 1
Richard Leo Carrillo and I Tackle, 'of ; laded by a basketball game b P
Dlx. of Irish potatoes, corn,, his full time to the 30-acre services were conducted Tuesday "
most of quantities W. P. Randall of Norfolk; Cox- commented.; Neon Starke and Lawtey
restore Foster supply watermelon and afternoon, at 2 o'clock with the
pepper. squach. Theressa where he ,
ca.ye.ine farm at Mrs. W. H. Graham,
e action with the help of Guinn twain and officiating.
and onions Rev. A. E. Llghtfoot
Gifford, *), beets, carrots his wife[ have lived since their Jr., Mayport; Mrs. B. F, Fuller,, Blood NeededAt al
and Frances ''will,,;. will come !in very handy Rowton, Judge and City: Saves $300 Interment was !In Dyal Cemetery ;
Iho .upply the feminine Interest. these days of rationing," marriage three years ago. Mrs. E. A. 'Bank'For under the direction of De WittC. r ,
of during Mrs. A. V. Long, Mr. and Mra Nearby 3y t Early PaymentCity
This ,
fUm contains plenty aid. yesterday.In Tackling/ the job single-handed .Tontts. I'
cat !the r, A. Canova all of Gainesville; .i
hooting and good authentic addltlon to her garden pro Dick has already plowed, fertilized and W M. Wainwright, Tilla.haaAft8. the benefit of those who Clerk Carl Johns sent of! ; ;"

|e-rustling background Two ducts. Mrs. Green said they also and otherwise prepared IS: have, Inquired about the Red Cross a i check yesterday for t8,15S.2U,, Funeral Home Manager ,
i ramen are said to have rlsk- cattle and acl'tS for planting. He now has Blood Bank !In Jacksonville, and 9
and goats, bearers were the which wipe out entirely-
1 their lives to get close-up shotsa had sheep milk cow and CO laying Active pall It. C. Tucker, originally from
; to
and bad already sheared 50 togs, a James Rich- for all others who might care ahead of time-the Inlebledness t
cattle stampede and the on- horses, and plans to go In for Following nephews: Burns Bradford New York state, but late of
of the sheep and sold the hens Paul E. Canova, know; Mrs. Bessie on the new unit of the
8h of those thundering steers some hlsxen-ralefng on a much larger Wainwrlght, County's Red Cross Executive Jacksonville' : began work Satur
Dalton T. Clark, City Light Plant. li
*U.1 to be one of the moat ex* wool. icale. 1.. A. Canova; and W. M. has given out the following More than ,9300 Interest was day as the Starke manager for :
rung scenes ever filmed 0 or/ce B. Flynn ..DeVltt C. Jones funeral direc '; -
Shoes saved the city by the early llquld-
Can Buy Play Buys Turpentine LandR. IValawright. It If located 135: West 10th ton; of thla debt Mr. Johns said tor. For the past year Mr. Tucker '

ospel TabernacleEdward consolation to our shoe- Street and the telephone number ban been associated with Mr*

Some: fair sex came thla week A. Weeks recently purchasedthe Warren C Cason ls 3-O569.. It Is open on weekdays William C. Cooper Jr., In the k

Hanc x. general secre- conscious; OPA ,,announced that entire Interests of the Brooker Coon, 70-year-oid, from 9 A. M. untl 2 p, M.. Recent' Births undertaking business. ,(, }
of the Evangells- when the about 400 acre*, Warren C. Mr. Tucker born Law- 1, ,
j-iry Worldwide of play shoes. Including Turpentine Co., died Monday and on Saturdays from 9 to 12 Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Dixon waa at
|Ic Crusade, will bring a messageV {ome types Mexican huaraches, are ivhlcti Includes also the holdings ;afford farmer Illness.; Funeral services A, M. It Is aUo open on Thursdays tarke, Feb. 11, girl.Mr. ley, but left Bradford County ; j;

V> Gospel Tabernacle Friday from rationing effective of the Hutchinson Shoe Company ifter a long held from the restlence from 9 I to 7 P. M. and Mrs. Ralph Dixon, when a small child and lived In '
fight at 8 o'clock. A spiritual exempt 9f Dnval County. In addition to were de. the routhern part of the Stat. ;
The order allows merchants 10 AM., yesterday, and "11 more than three persons Itarke, girl. Feb. 11. '
'eat la! promised! tor'' those who today sell play shoes madelargely the above, which was bought In In the Sapp cem- Ire to go together," Mrs.\ Burns Mr. and bin James Elvlnlhadd. >ef o -e coming to Jacksonville "
'ear him ; to he secured a le.hold .- Interment was They have an apartment In the ,
simple, ?
of fee "It la requested 19.
of fabrics or types born at New River.t4 yesterday Starke, girl
H wa
A baptismal ls being Instated Interest In about 1,500 acres. ery.: lame building with the funeral }
pool be made
Iii, ,
appointment Green Jack-
not on the shortage Ur survived by his wife Mrs. that an Jor and Mrs.
in the Tabernacle this week leather of thla property lies In Bradford ham.*. .
other types of non- Cason. either by letter or son, Starke, girl Feb. 19. ,
Ind well stated Voile E.
will probably be used Sunday as County, Mr. Weeks ill
1iht itreet wear shoes.


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3,700 Chapters the customary services are NOTICE OF APPLICATION BE? of Section n, TO..
FOR TAX. DEED Mouth "h"l
The Bradford County Telegraph maintained. Oa&4ieAuthor i (".......* Hill X.. l 3NOTICB ) County Range Florida.2 and'Kant b:Etr bto.talninge14 ')...
this ; >l
Establish 1877C. "With the unprecedented expansion of That Certificate Robert L.No.Ureen 10. !Issued holder the olTax I less. 300 of an"1 acre sndpor .::]

L. Matrbew ___ ____,._ Editor Md Owner our war effort on far-flung battle fronts filed 4th day name of I In July rny A.office I1. l and 3ft. bai tiaimade do *pp..*r.h'reln on thi s

this Red Cross task is in itself gigantic and Issued application" n.to'8. ..tax certificate" deed Ube of April A of D.the 1 said 43 to pi the RlllbComplaint .

svIlstBII-IIor KATE needs to be kept at full strength. As a new of How to Win Friends embrace the following described. filed the Clerk against of them the Circuit In the nfflNr,
Seedy $1.78; art Month .1.OO property In the County of Brad. and for Bradford Cm rt "I
service the American Red Cross, at the request chd Into ne p ,! ford.. State of Florida" to-wlt: and that tH,.. order .Vf:,*. *
Lots e t of Block IS Ward City In the Bradford County-Tel.1.
rlmd.bed Weekly CIII Friday. and Entered ae as.-- of the War Department, has estab- r'" Section d Township T S. R ZO E.cot.The a newspaper published /In Iftttl'
assessment of the said
d CUM MaU r at Ute Pout Office at Starke. FL.i lished clubs for our soldiers in the British city under the said certificate prop. four County.consecutive Florida once weeks a ....r.T.1''>':':
Issued. wan In the name of Mrs ,, t.Dotlce. 4
Isles, Australia and other points. BL J. 'Ward. I I return. day stated 'In this "<, ",
Unless l Mid certificate shall be
i Jr7uire Red Cross Does "Because of its unique relation to the redeemed according: to law the I of said Courty Ibis and tagrMF.bruary.
property described therein will bold loth :
Army the American Red Cross must be SOME FUNDAMENTAL PRINCIPLESThe to the hlft-hest bidder at the A. n. mi i
On the eve of the Red Cross War Fund courthouse door on the first Monday In the Stat and County .kf1,1tlrt"l
5 provided with the wherewithal to furnish a Julia Richman high school the largest high school la the month of April U4J. I (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Tbo*
Drive which begins March 1 and during which is the Stu day of April, Clerk. Circuit C 0 art.. Rradfn
for girls in the world. It has than 8,000 students.Not Flori" -
cardinal sinew of war known as spirit or more County. I.U tt

g which Bradford Countians will be asked to morale. To that end, I am proud to endorsethe so long ago, a girl 15 years old entered this school 1143.Dated 1141. this llth day of February, I Sord.n.for ....tnby ..-. Dell., AtluroryI t.i,

<, contribute $6,000 toward the national goal. as a freshman. This girl's name was Georgette Newman. (OFFICIAL 8I'AL' A. J. Thomas. - -

this American Red Cross War Fund, and to The school has its own student government. 'The school Clerk of circuit Court of Bradford cmcrrr rot'RT. BRaDy
those who are taking leadership in County, Florida. 1-11 41 S-ll
vital task anxious for to understand urge all our citizens to support it gen- has four so-called annexes; and, in each annex, there are I I., SyBolette;. Y. FLORIDA Is: CJt4t :
? are everyone erousl ." 2.000 students. The students in each annex elect six girlsto 1W! T H -cmcriT COURT of t Waersled Hac.. Plalour
fully the duties and responsibilities FLORIDA KIUHTM JITDICTAlCIRCUIT. vs.' Arno fottlleb Rage, D"reQ4u
the student council. It is honorto
At the request of the Army Red Cross serve on general a great ix AND FOR BR.I. Cass No. 2251.
that rest on Red Cross in air timesof be elected to this council. Georgette knew just five other FORK COt'IITY. IN CH.NCEHY.E. : .' ORDER OF PtlJJ.JC""ATION
has furnished surgical dressings both for A. TAYLOR AND NOTICE TO Appe.u
disaster and especially in time of war. girls. Not much of a chance for her, was there Plaintlff. STATE OF. FLORIDA to
our own army and navy and also for our She enrolled for a course in public speaking. She had .vs.JOHN Gottlieb Ha... whose r..ld..t.b' 'j
Carroll alJ
Every these volunteer E. JONES et als. Street Brooklyn
year allies. This tremendous task could not be never made a speech, and the first night of the class she defendants. :... New York. 'f

;i who solicit the funds that make the Red manufacturers was asked to stand on her feet and give a talk. She rose It NOTICE TO APPEAR Ton are required to apnt*. ,.
accomplished by private soon appearingfrom the Plalnlifrasworn March 1st.1.43.. In the
t Cross program possible run into a few people fearfully but gradually lost her sense of fright before an mil of Complaint on file named Court and cause. wh a'."..

who ask "What does the Red Cross do? enough. The army turned to Red .Cross audience.The In the Ea1n of,..Etltat"en""e; : ; mJohn :f(County plaintiff Telegraph seeks divorce.shall publlnh flr.dv.. 1

with its millions of Volunteer workers to next day she began an intensive study of what the said cause pending In the Circuit Order In next four weekly" IMUH IL,, II
What is our money spent for? In order to Court of the Eighth Judicial Circuit I I Witness my hand and offinJ,
accomplish this.almost impossible task. Red student body wanted done. She got acquainted with more In and for Bradford County' seal at Htarke. Florida ten. -..
help answer these questions, the Telegraph Florida" that It Is the belief of the .
girls and asked: them what'they thought the school needed ruarylat._ 141. .
Cross did and continues to' furnish surgical Plaintiff that the Defendants! and
publishes below copy of the National most, and.what the student officers could do about it. She each of them are over the age oftwentyone As OFFICIAL Clerk. of SEAL said!: Court.) A. J. ThotaS.

American Red Cross Charter, under whichit dressings to the army. One of the survivorsof soon developed the sense and feeling of the school. ther appearing(21); from.said and Rill It fur of W.Fla. C. Hardesty for Pit. Dayton. tin,.,
Bataan speaking on the West Coast Complaint that the residence. Atty. % $ niv '
is authorized by Congress to operate: The day came for the students to elect their repre domiciles and addresses. of the following i -

said "Where I came from men washed out sentatives. The girls who were up for election went before !! ; named Defendants: John E. CIRCUIT COURT aNI'1't
"The purposes of this corporation are Jones and wife, Jane Jones the COUNTY. FLORID 1ii
each of the
annexes and made short speeches about them
surgical dressings and used them over. term Jane being' used, to designate CER,.
4 and shall be: selves. For instance, the girl would say "My name is Abigail the wife I of John E. Thomas Baldasar Plaintiff,
How can sit home and enjoy HobKon and wife Fannie HobonR. Velena Milo Baldasar
.; "To furnish volunteer aid to the sick any woman Smith. I live at so and so street. I want you to vote R.V.. Hodges and wife, Evelyn, Case No. 2111.ORDER iXtftaditH
her usual recreation when men are fightingand for me." .. hedges Jennie Maud Hedges single, OP PUBLICATION
and wounded of armies in time of war ,. I the unknown heirs at law of J. W. I AND NOTICE TO APPEAR
dying on the battle fronts where suffering But Georgette Newman didn't do anything so foolish as Hodges deceased, and the unknown STATE OF FLORIDA to: H.-.
"To act in matters of voluntary relief helm at law of C. M. Sparkman, If Mllos Baldasar whose resident J
that. She talked about what the school needed and what I
and lives can be saved by having llvlnaand If dead are unknown I Unknown.You .
and in accord with the military and naval the girls wanted, and what would be good for them. For tn the Plaintiff and that there In are required to appear i
those surgical dressings and supplies that no person In the State of Florida I March 1st.. 1If3., In the alni...
_ authorities as a medium of communication instance, one idea she advanced was how new girls could the service of a subpoena. upon I named Court and cause, J
the Army depends on Red Cross to furnishis get acquainted. Naturally new girl hung on her whom would bind the Defendantsor plaintiff: seeks divorce. n"r:::[ |
United States of every
between the people of the either of them. County Telegraph. shall publish. Ikfi
beyond me." words. At last she finished. She hadn't talked about herself IT IS THEREFORE ORDERED Order In next four weekly. Innuri r
America and their Army and Navy that the Defendants John E. Jonesend Witness. my hand and oUini(
Since Pearl Harbor Red Cross furnished at all. Her whole talk was about the other girls and .
wlfe> Jane Jones, the term seal Florida this FJ
"To continue and carry on a system of what wanted. Jane y.thr.t.1543.OFFICIAL .
they being used to designate the
national and international relief in time of the Army and Navy with 1,800,000 pintsof wife of John E. Jones, B. ( SEAL) A. J ThAn
Voting .time came. Georgette Newman was elected. B. irobftonsnrt Clerk of Raid Court.
in blood donated for the badly needed Blood One after she entered the strange school she was at r HndKos wife and, Fannie wife, Hobson II. W., \.. < Daytona Rex'|
peace and to apply the same mitigatingthe year Evelyn Hodges.' Fla.a Xttu"gt! 2-5 it
Plasma. This alone will save hundreds of the head of 2,000 students. Jennie Maud Hodge single, the
suffering caused by pestilence, famine, Unknown heirs at law of J. W. .
lives. But there are hundreds of lives yet She achieved her distinction by a very simple process. llc>ilK..s, deceased. and the unknown IK THE (01 XTY jrfK.IT (''Oil
fire, floods, and other great national calamities heirs' eat |law of C. *'. Sparkman.' IX'" AM. > FOR BKAUFOll.
__ to be saved. The processing plants that She learned to speak in public. She studied what the other If living and If dead. against their CO'NTT.; FLORIUA.K .
and to devise and carry on measures for students wanted, and talked about them instead of talking unknown heirs at law, legatee, devisees JU: TATJ:: 010' HENRY JO
from the blood or rrantee other KOWNU
Plasma are or
make the Blood nersnnspl.lmLn
preventing the same." about her own desires. And not only can she apply those .. bv. through or under the i DECEASED:
The processing has to Be donein said Defendants or either' of them )NOTICE' TO CUKDITOH4 .
expensive. principles in school, but all through her life. They're deep. 1 1I
The Solicitor General of the United and any and all persons claiming You and each of you are heni:
a few hours after it is given. Therefore They're fundamental. I anv rla-ht. title or Interest In and notified and required' ',, ng
_ States. John W. Davis wrote on August 15, I I to the following described. property claims I and demands which.: you,
Red Cross needs your dollars to ,help set up I Florida beingIn Bradford County,I either of you may have ass
1918: the bedside of her mother. I 2205. i : more particularly de.rlb-i the estate of Henry John Kollit:
these processing plants in all parts of the ORDER OF PUBLICATION ed MS follows, to-wlt: deceased late of said county tot I u
"When any question arises as to the Mrs. James Norman. Mrs.< Ed-t AND NOTICETO: APPEAR I From a point where. the South county Judge of Bradford Coo,
country, rather than in just a few. More and Mrs. STATE OF FLORIDA to: ('c.r. I boundary of the NW> of 8KV4 of Florida I at his offloe In the coirl;
scope and activities of The American Red die Norman Thurman nellouft Reid who. residence. In 76 <' Section 21'h Township 6 South house at Starke, Florida wiitl,
plants mean more blood donated, which Jones were visiting Mrs. Jack I I Field., Street. Charleston H. C. I| Range crosses. the Eavtedae eight calendar month. from 'I
_ Cross it must always be remembered that of the Right of the of III
I You Way of first on I
lives saved. Sapp and twin daughters Monday. are required to appear on State Road No. II :: ret Each .teflr.le.:: dorani.
butan means more I April 6th.. 1141. In the. above' named run NorlhI2rl"ly or
its Charter is not only grant of I
a power Court and cause, wherein" plaintiff'I along said Right of Way, must be In writing and mum iu|
Red Cross acts as a recruiting stationfor ix cmrrrr. coi'RT. BRADFORD .seeks divorce. Bradford 281Vi( feet, thence East :10 feet to the place of residence and |
imposition of duties. The American Red IN CHAN; i County a point of
mi -STY. FI.OHIUAl Telegraph hall thin beginning, thence office address of the claimant i
for the armed forces. Since CElt Y. publish Order I Rant 217 feet, thence be claloui
nurses In next four imiuea.Witness North 127 must sworn to by th
_ Cross is a quasi-governmental organization Charlie Ray Brooks Plaintiff' vs weekly feet. thence West 78 feet to the his agent or his attorney, or i 1
and official
Pearl Harbor Red Cross has supplied 25,000 Brook, Defendant. Case my East will
officered Muriel seal l at Htarke, Florida thin February edge of he Right of Way sam become void accord
operating under Congressional Charter No. 2331.OUDKH. llth 1513. I of said State Road No. IS., to law.
nurses to our fighting forces. There are OK1 PUBLICATION: Southwesterly? along said' This tSth! day of January, II!>&
in part at least by governmental (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J.
AND NOTICE TO APPEAR of Way 22S feet thence RUTH D. 'KOLLINO.Admlnl.tratrix .
28,000 enrolled in the First Reserve and STATE: OK FLORIDA to: Muriel. An. Clerk of said Court Thoma.1 to the of the Estate
its funds under the :''n.t'1' v.P.r'eerf .rer.ld
1v appointment disbursing Brooks, o]o General Delivery, Corooran T. Frank I.andrum Henry John Kolllog deceased.
; f' '' 15,000 in the Second Reserve. Ca lIornla. Alty. for Plf g-n! 4< juif' being situated. In the rTW" of '-6 4t 1-2
audit I and
security a governmental ,
You are required to appear on
Since Pearl Harbor National Red Cross April eth., 114., In the above named
Presidential order for the
designated by
Court and sause.,wherein plaintiff
has spent over $40,400,000 for Services to seeks divorce Bradford County
fulfillment of certain treaty obligations into Telegraph .hall publish this OrderIn
the armed forces. This includes hospitaland next four weekly Issues.Witness ;
$ which the government bas'entered.. It owes, my hand and official

therefore to the government which it serves convalescent service; home service for seal rusrv. I at 11 Htarke.tho l'4t.Florida, this Fob i1?

the distinct duty of discharking all those the able-bodied and hospitalized men and As OFFICIAL.Clerk of SEAL said )Court.A. J. Thorn

functions for which it was created."Not their families; blood plasma for the army T.Ally Frank for Plf.Ijindrunv I-I'Iark.4t.. Pie I-U

only is it constrained by these and navy; emergency supplies for the armed I

considerations growing out of its organic forces and chapter produced supplies suchas 5 rY
IX: (.R.T COURT. BRtnrORl) .You
character, but there is .also a moral ,obligation surgical dressings which number-520- (CKHT.Kmoa'Ot 1TKLORIUAl. IX CHAN can spot it

resting upon it to its membership and 000,000 produced for our armed forces and 'ene .:Everett Plaintiff vs
Frank E. Everett, Defendant. Case
to the American people, who have so freely. our allies There have been 115,000 Civilian No. I3JJ. time

and generously contributed to its support." families aided by the Chapter in the past AND ORDER NOTICE OF PITHUCAT10.V TO AFl'EAK every

,The following is a copy of a letter to the? year. All these things are done by your K. Everett whose residence Is U'n < ?y'<'11,
National Red Cross organization from Henry Red Cross. You are required to appear on A game has to possess an extra something to .J1 ; ? :'
April 6th. 1 4S. In the above named rtJfif ji'/ ,' j :;
L. Stimson, Secretary of war: Your Red Cross dollars are needed now Court and cause, Bradford wherein plaintiff have such widespread popularity as bowling.'J"i ?;? ;Mil.
seeks divorce. County : '
"I welcome the opportunity to endorse more than ever before. The people of Telegraph shall publish this OrderIn Ji {, -x41; 4' A
next four weekly. Issues That's true of a, soft drink. Coca-Cola had to, ; ':: l"
the 1943 War Fund Campaign of the Starke and Bradford County are charged WltneN my hand and official ') :;'Vk

American Red Cross which you advise 'me with the responsibility of contributing seal ruarjr at 10th.Htarke.' 1941.OFFICIAL. .Florida this Feb be good to become the best-liked soft drink r i "Yta jJt ;;

( SEAL.) A. J. ThomasAs :;
will be conducted during March 1943. $6,000 in 1943. Bradford County is spend- Clerk of said Court. on earth.Choicest. It .,4 ;.
H. K. Ferryman fUsrke, Fla. Ally
"By charter cbligation the AmericanRed Ing' $1,000 a month of National Red Cross for Plf. S-l 4t 3-11: "J- ;:-

Cross is charged with the responsibilityof funds. This money is being spent on the -- ingredients and a finished art in '."'%., .
rendering assistance to the Armed Forces families'of our armed forces here' in this IX CIRCIIT COIRT. \UPOHU. its making produce in Coca-Cola a drink that .

and to act as a vicinity. This year when your Red Cross (01 T'. FLORID IX CHAM.
and their dependents, CKHY.Ifyirmn stands apart. Notice how tire of
you never \
medium i of communication between the volunteer calls on you for donations think Florence C.A.Robinson Hobinnon., Plaintiff Defendant.Case vs..

American people and their defenders at twice before you turn her away. This is ORDER No. tale OF PUnl.ICATtON ice-cold Coca-Cola. Its taste never fails to please.

home and abroad. your opportunity to help in the only way HTATB AND NOTICE OF FIX>TO 1UDA APPEAR to: Florence And Coca-Cola more than quenches thirst.It .

"Through two branches of Red Cross that we here on the home front can help. A. Robinson whose residence adds refreshment. Makes
i.l lit Lincoln Road Brooklyn New any rest-pause
in the Give all can-give double. Your Red York. ,
service that- of the. Military Welfare you
You are required to appear. on the/ that
field with the troops wherever they may be, Cross needs you this year more than ever March Court I.'., 1143.and cause In .the, wherein abovenamed pause refreshes. Enjoy it whenever

and the' Home Service functioning in the before. County plaintiff Telea-raph seeks dlvorre.shall. publish Bradford this you can.
---- Order In next four weekly Issues.Witness *
my hand and official
HAMPTON Mra. Stella CoUlns has left for SAMPSON' CITYlly seal ut Mtarke, Florida. this February -

Riverside Calif.. Where her husband Louise Varnea 1st 1941.OFFICIAL It's natural for popular names to acquire friendly
By H. B. Wlgxto ( SEAL<< ) A. J. Thomss,
l Pvt. Wallace Collins Is As Clerk of said Court. abbreviations. That's
Miriam who In with stationed.Pvt. 'Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Box of M' O. Msrd_ty. Daytona Beach why you hear Coca-Cola
14JIIII Guy. Fla. Alt.*, ; 1-lf.t 4-S 4t ,.21iN called
the F. S. A. in Ocala and John Raymond Slade of Camp Bartow were visitingMr.. and .1.\ Coke: Both mean the same thing. .. n"coming

Guy of the Naval Training School j jjU Shelby Miss.. Is visiting his parents Mra. !.em Brown Sunday. from a single source, and well knownto
\ Mrs. Gilbert
Mr. and
Princeton. New ;Jersey were Mr. and Mra. W. M. Sladeon ('IN't IT Col; N'r BRtDFORK the
vialtlng their mother last week. it IB day furlough.Mr. and ton Marvin moved to LJ\W. rot('FRv:NT. '. FLOHIDll IX CMtXMarvllve : community". y

of Jack. fey Tuesday.
Lou PIckren
Virginia and Mrs. Bruce White of Reid Plaintiff vs. Cornvlloim 2
onvllle waa visiting her mother. e"ts'of MI'.. Charlie McKinney was Reid Defendant., Case No.When .
.Mrs. J. J. PIckren last weekend.Mr. Jacktonvllle were i visiting her son-in-law and daughter
parents: Mr and Mrs. LD. Mr. and Mrs. Lester Slade In
: W. W. Hicks wan visitingIn ,
Drown, for the past week.
Orlando Saturday. Hampton Sunday. Your i
Mi-*. Aaron Minton spent three E. D. Jones made a business
W. M.
Mri. CoUle Rlgdon. Mm.
days 'In Wlldwood this week being trip Wlldwood Monday.Mr. .
Slade and Pvt. Raymond Back Hurts-
Blade. Avery
their called there because of the and Mrs. Ray Goodie of
Slade were vUUtng
_-I later. Mrs. Eva Allen. In Palatka, death of her sister Starke and Mrs. L. B. Harper of And Your Strength and ; )

: Mrp. W. M. Norwood spent last Boomtown were visiting Mr. and Energy. Is Below Par
Tuesday.Mrs. week In Tampa, where her sister Mrs. Louis ParrUh Sunday. morn-
It be sued
may by dlanrdar of kld-
J. G. Adklna and family
wan 111. a y function that
pent Sunday In Lake Butler. I ing.Mr. waste. to ._....1...parents. For truly poisonous many rI
W. e
M. Norwood
spent Monday
and Mrs. Louis Parrlsh announce pnopl fl tired. weak sad _'-abl.
Miss Madge Gay wall visiting.of this week In Mayo visiting the arrival of a baby boy ..h_ ,,,. kidney. fall to remove1 swM

her parents, Mr. and Mrs. O. D. his mother.Pvt. i born Friday Feb. 19. add_" .and ether wan matter from the

Gay over the week-end. I Thomas D. Cannon of You may lufT.r snlac backach.
rh.unatia. palna, dinln.a>,
Mrs. Frank William i* visiting Camp Blandinic spent Sunday here KISINGBy ai hsedacshu (
lwtm mun.ee mt I-.r=
friends and relatives here this with his brother-in-law and sisters tt : BriaaUoa :
I )1.... hudra Aormaa wits smarting and .burnhis'. hi
week. Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Nor- lln taat..........C Is wroag.wllh another I I t
Jacksonville wood and Marie Cannon. tb. kidney, or \>&add... Youth rates Coc..cola high In Irs
M.s. Jessie Mae Shiver of :MA and Mrs. James Norman Tk.ro.houid'be. .doubt. that .chedule CJl /

L> visiting her parents, Ml** Mildred Gay and Mrs. and little con. Jlmmle of Jacksonville a."'...... Ia swt bas. ...1-prompt. Uaa men recreation.. It'. the Pure wholesome taate-aood refreah- e
_ W M. Sleds.t t' Harriett Young of Savannah We.1..Be.. ft I i. bKt r to rely oa a Jutt-nahl companion for pmn
Mr. and Mra were were visiting relatives wdUtlM that ha. won renatrytrida' .... end soda gatherings
Mrs. Elizabeth Bedenbaugh of guests of Miss Gay's brother and here Sunday and Monday. CroTal 'h.. em--"lac. 'Iwa favorably r
Jacksonville Is visiting her par sister-in-law. Mr. and Mrs. O. D. Friends of Mrs. Worthy Lewis :t.many D..w'7"'a have Aro buss" all tried dus sad--tow

ents. Mr and Mrs. L. D. Eiland. Gay. recently. will be sorry to know that she .Is ..s today. The

J. G. Lamoreaux was visiting Mrs I* F. Sullivan of Memphis very low after being confined to best is always the better buy .l.lIOTTLID

here Monday and hU wife accompanied Ttnn., Is visiting her son, Cpl. her bed for four month Mrs. DOANS PILLS %114D15 e AUTHOIiTy e

him to Wlldwood. AdrUn Sullivan and family. Noon Mott of Brooker tat( back at STARK COCA-COLA O' TNI 1






r High School i Journal h c3tx 600 FarmersHave I Lecy MI'II.: Ann Lecy Dunkley Ann Dunkley 69,

died at her home In Jacksonville

Signed Siitur.Suy: Feb. 13, following a ,

brlflf Illness. A native of Starke :

EDITORIAL STAFF Senior BiographiesFRANCES Elementary I The farm plan sign-up for thli Mrs. Dunkley moved to Jacksonville '
4 4a
tor-ln-chlef .___ Idalou Davis 5iiU 'MMPHK3 is about finished
rte Edlter __ Virginia Seweior / NOEGEL Assembly ProgramAs 4, ? j, county cording to just L. T. Dyer county, RC'; horn .27 years ago to make her t

Reporter ____ June Bloi the subject for their chapel I agent who hits conducted the >
Club *_______ Patsy Keen rit program the fourth grade used a sign-up of the crops that tile She Is survived by her husband

let) ___ Alice June Hardin ny? patriotic theme. The followln, farmers intend to grow liiis yeui. H'ltoiv' J. Dunkley; two daughters,

HS News -_____ Jewell Powell numbers were presented: In this Food for Victory drive. [ Mrs. Joe,Cordova and Mrs. Loiiiwn

o Club .____ LeIs' NewsonoLTaphieu Twenty-third Psalm -- Recite! Mire than 600 farmers- of the.1 I Denmark, both of Jacksonville;

___.. Eva Fay Oalne by Tommy Harding; county have come to the county I i one son William J. Dunkley with

Martha Markey Song-"The Marines Hymn" by Kent's office during the past 3 the U, S. Navy; two sisters' Mrs

t sq ____ Clarice Thomas Stars" -., Silcox!: both of Starke.
id -- Reading "Lucky by; plans for the year Mr. Dyer I

clal Features Nina BI.hop Alice Lapp. says' He has just a few Funeral. services were held In

Ina Edwards Marjorie Grade Piano Solo by Dottle Sue more farm plans yet to bu 111'8pard" Jacksonville Tuesday afternoonat

Biggs. and signed to make the I. 4 o'clock, and Interment was :

EDITORIALIPPEARS Reading-"Victory" by Ralph county sign-up complete. Those I In Evergreen Cemetery.

Bryan. who have not done so should\ attend

LJKEBpeihaps Tea famous Quotationsby. i a to this at once. IM' ( '
I C'OI'NT" '11 tlltIlrntoii -
one of the greateiKictunltlea group of girls. When all plans are complete CIQH Y'
to demonstrate true Pin Haw ft Head' Muyvaux' Plaint lrf. M t
Although Frances Noegel was RHadlng-"A the committee will assist
county Kthvl Mayvuux,. {).f.nd,"". ('.u.
!otlsm has now presented I I It. born February '18, 1923, In Cedar by Faddy Thompson. In preparing. a lint of the goals. No.. 3.148mi ..
Is going t tBund to SoloHelenVhltflpld.. < >FR! OP I't'IlMfATION: ,
Point rationing' Keys! Florida she moved to Piano! for vegetables and Iitah potatoes. I ANI NOTU'R TO AIlIMItHTATH
that we make plans and Starke In time to begin schoo Reading "See Things At Special payments will be made OK KM>IUI)A lo Klhl.

,avor to be more conservative She completed the elghtlgrade Night" Kaspur Duncan. where the farmer plants morel Meyeanx You are. rrqulrnd to' appear on !

Bi I lOur foods than we have I In here before going to Cross City; Hymn for Freedom -Song-b; than the goal set for his April Ilh anti J1M1. In :the ah..y. nunml

past. There la going to be a where' she played on the basketball Fourth! Grade Boys funrt dtvoro entice, llrHtlfort wherein! plaintiffHKkM County

uite shortage of certain food team as right guard for one -A, lIma Telegraph l shall pubiiMh/ thin iir lr I
K not behoove any .of BuysNewsome's In next four weekly l I....iitWltnpxH -..
It does year. Then she returned to Cedar r my hand and official i
to have any more than onHfenbor Keys and attended school for two< SnooperQulzz Market : MAd at ttlarkv, frlm-ldx, thin K..l>- t
runny 18h 1M.1 *
and share alike
I year: As a popular student (OITKUMAI4 HKAI.) A, J. Thomas 1
pie watchword of this new prcHm. her friends, she was of the Week: Why doe II. J. NewHOme who operatedNewsomo'd An Clerk of weld Court. ';
among blaze : Market o n Temple M K. ivrrymun ttiitrko., FI... Ally. ,.t
and If we be true Amex Eva Faye have to run like ; ,
chosen to be a cheer leader at
I for fit 2-10 4t 3ijIV : '
sold out to Tom ,,
:s that Is Just what we are gc C. K. H. S. This position she every day to catch her bus T Serve Shrimp Casserole, Save Meat Avenue recently I oi I
Eva Burrell owner of the MagnoliaFish : t''I'I'r: ( ou4urouut'onNT ,}
to try
We are asked dBe What's the matter Faye
to do. held both .
terms. ,
(See Recipes Below) I"I.UIIIIJ' I" t.\
all excess foods exceeding Frances In' to get a little extra work Ior' Market on Call Street, Mr. CNN y, ,
The I says that there Is no nave been readln the Dag Newsome opened his market June SylvlM Maud White, Plaintiff, "... 1,
total allowed per person. place like home (Starke); so she yu Warm Welcome! 29. 1912 in the new Mixon building John tlscs.r White, Defrtidunt. Ca..e : :
i tBjiiHt much lately 1 1 j
Bernment Is counting on us wood comic strip too No. 1836 "
returned to spend the r remainde This Week's Menu the Union ;
Hus :
The tendency will I Coma, come now, don't be modest ANbKNOTICIrToLAt'PKAIt
that. IItatlon'l
of her school days In B. H. S. These ire days when families are rot-Luck Supper it In October ,'!' ,
to stock up but that la not I After all, we all have some greal and then moving HTATK OF ", '.()/tIf>A tot John Y 1 i 1
She entered as a senior at th oursetveiuftei. divided and diminished Baked Shrimp SaladJulienne ent location near the New Method O"imr Whit wh<>". residents In JulYurikg
By unpatriotic but a violation (cB beginning of this term. person weI'y to pattern comes the urge U Cleaners. The market opened ; Hlrr.t, Port Chenttr, New
federal law. We as student '. ::c say to the neighbor Green Beans I '
She likes: Swimming, dancing, Wednesday morning under l Its You am required to uppeiir on
to Sauce'Apple.Walnut ;
Ha a great opportunity help Patriotic Colors: Spotted several LG come tak"potlurk" < Mustard April 6th., 1943, In the ahovti nuiiiedt'otirt
in this nation-wide prograzBch skating, basketball and to eat. She of the Bradford Hi laasee suppei Muffins new management andorceNe' whoreln plulntlffvrnkii sit:

has become necessary. WB dislikes. : Nosey and conceited pee over at the Armory btddtn' their 1. with us. Thus,, Wiltshire Salad Mi. Newsomo'H time Is taken whttll piilillxh Hiuilfonl, thin CinintvTilxtfruph Orilvr \,,..

icing to have to learn to eaBu pie. Patriotic Patrick sad adieu. Hat f i your neighbor will up aa maintenance I carpenter In next, four weekly iHMueN.WUnexit ',; ',,' '

I that we ordinarily woul During the past summer she off and thumbs up to. our HI ,, bring over some Cranberry Fingers foreman at Crystal Lake AirBase .K sal| at Hlarkti.' my Klorlilu hand Hint, thin official Pnllunry .. .\ I i'

H care for. The foods that arBlthful I was employed in Camp Blandinj, school. boys who have been called! /T \I salad and muffins .Reclpe.Given. and his wife's health forbids Itch I 1941UKKIOIA1. 'J{ i
oinHixaume Main Exchange office. Now she< and herself and( her- operating the market ( MblAt.) A. J. ThoimmAM'Clvrk {t :'
and plentiful are tc J
into service. There are going of milil Con, it. I
an Increasingly large I is training to become a telephone be several lonesome Lulas 'round the youngster you can make a main longer. T, .Frank '..l-anilrum Htarke. Kla I ., ',:\
Southern Bell chicken mushrooms, and pour over I Ally, for )'U. I.U 4t .1llIV I !
dally diets. We caB operator at the that dish and dessert, and.have company: ,,:irr
t In our and 'bout the campus now ;
Toss with fork and uprln
Telephone She Is with it besides! spaghetti.
Company. very;
> out by realizing that anBi Uncle Sammy has called these kle with cheese. Bake in Jean llurrou.'sJean ., TIIH n. VTY Jl I141'e' C'O"'I' J 1
from making 'comHutu. .interested in this work Her mail Before long It's heart-warming to visit too I IV' \\l' Fell lilt.A l> K It It:1.: .
refrain lads to the colors. about \ .
moderate (350-degree) oven "
Our parents are going i the desire Is to make herself unefu chlllun might be callln me and have someone to help with the Burrows, t w o-yoai-old i i OI.\T: ',IV' e'Loutu//t'il OISA'1'Wn \"- I' p
30 minutes.
best that they can and ouBernment I' by helping the United Stated!! In you W ACe." meal if your once-big family it daughter, ,of Mr. and l Mm, Clyde I he Mutter. ofTHM t-,:)
the "Wacky
look aft every way possible so that nhi by name somewhat reduced. Most people welcome For ease !In serving, and ease or Burrows who live two miles. : KNTATM UP' llKRNAItnIACOIIS : .';.
Is' to particular "
going tell they're ,
But they me
will have done her part for VIC into the+ a visit now and then with jusl tone your budget serve your salad course< pant of Starke on Road 201. died, :leuf UN i tot who they take meals-and pot with the hot bread end skip dessert! A I. NOTIfKNotlca < ?('
of the ordinary
.'lIb. 13 of \
TORY. Saturday, "
H.at us remember that the cause WAACS. Alice June says Its the Its a smart and simple note ir ', In oraliy Klven that the a-7p'II rmdnr.isened
la tar Field luck Is the perfect answer. De Witt C. Jones prepared the .. an flied. her final 1 reurn (\
which we are fighting WAVES for her Crystal budget : .
: I'OW"LLMarch : with potluckIs suppers for burial took UM executrix under the lantwill (
whether JEXYKLli Your Qrst must-not body and it to .
ie important than wMre la an Army station Alice. mill testament o f llermkrtllavohH J \
for breakfast or not do not tun. Just get together on Wllihlre Salad I St. Augustine, where Key-McCab cl..< !bacon
Mary Mary quite contrary,, who Is to bring what-and have what (Serves III) Funeral Home had charge final dlHcharKd as such vxeuurlr I;
ire fighting to preserve allot how does garden gl'owT" : send' that tmlcj final report .'tl ij
for, which democrac your you ordinarily would have. Your 1 head lettuce or romaine Mr. Burrows until recently a.. will In hroiiffht on beforit the Jlon- '
things Going home and dig up a nice little be made with cam 1 ruble' K. K. PKItriYMAV. County
liiJa will plans need not 4<< slices pineapple fireman( has been tot! ; .. ''
and if point rationing of ground and plant me a do it on promoted liulKK I lii and fur Bradford County. \\1
.plot paign-like precision, simply and sectioned ..rlnrlda. for approval and for the '
victor 1 grapefruit, peeled the pout of engineer with the .J i
p bring about a quicker ; Victory Garden. Don't know the of the moment since this ntry uf an order of final dlH- t 1.. '\
K put and en<\ to all of this, much about gardening but when makes spur for spontaneity.Let's 1 red- apple, sliced Florida Kast Coast Railway and barge of Ih. undersiansd. ..xerurlx > f, ir r r
"brlnn !4 pound cleaned hamilfs a train in and out aa aforesaid. on the 8th day tC\\ ':
I grapes troop
tie for life, then say. the best Victory 1943
for '
I, the judges take it easy on meat with >f Mnrrh. A. I> : I,
> we can lake It." Garden come 'round I hope they'1I \ some grand casserole dishes-including I orange peeled and sectionedMayonnaise of Camp Standing. A.r)l ATKI>. I94J.' thin 6th day of February f" ,'I

I notice how well cultivated the this on shrimp and crabmeat KAHAH JACOBS. 't'I('

nior Class NewsVe weeds in my back yard are. with a crisp, corn-flake crust: Line salad bowl with lettuce orromaint. CARD OF THANKS .AN im! executrix testament under of Bernard the last Jacobs will. ., j h:titrras.d. .
h 4 A. T. Andrews said good bye Arrange fruit In an orderly The Camp and Hospital Com- .. 3-11 4'f I,
held a meeting February to: B. H. S. Monday week ago tc Baked Shrimp Salad. but pretty'pattern,' alternating mlttae wishes to thank all those >

and decided on the traditions Join Uncle Sam's United States (Serves d to S) slices of pineapple with apple and who in any way helped to make AT FIRST 'lSIGNOFAO

torn of wearing blue and whit I Army Air Force. Wish him best! \t cup chopped green pepper orange sections with grapefruit the Oliver\ Tea a successful afialr. D Ii ,

a and gowns for graduation. of Juck. Vt cup minced onion Sprinkle halved grapes (seeded) ( 1

he dramatics club will present One of me journal jerks tells 1 cop chopped celery over whole of bowl or place clusters I Mrs K. G. Duncan" Starke "I \ : r rll'

>lay In the future. Under the me that a little court session I cap cooked crabmeat flaked of grapes among other fruit. MIR. Joe Hill Williams, Lake : j

ctlon of Mrs. Ball and Mr'lis. 8, 1925 Jewell Powell was held on the campus tother 1 cup cooked shrimp cleaned Serve with mayonnaise.You Cutler, 666 ) 111)

They needed a sponsor was born in Lakeland. This day at noon. Tried to get close 1 cap mayonnaisei can take the Brrrout of M,'.. P. D. Fancher, State USE ; ;

,t was voted that the Senior broATI-haired brown-eyed senloi enough to hear what 'twas allibout teaspoon sail winter by serving a delicious: hot Furm. &66 TABLETS. SALVE. NOSE DftOK ; i :
he sponsor. The name of this was quite a traveler when she( successful bread that breaks open like a ;wink ii i
wasn't Worcestershire sauce
very .
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She moved to Nashville 'Is the --------
email. snd when spread with butter '-"-" "
"What Life!I" was
a house
Xewoll C. was pfesldln' over flakes
Tenn. There she lived for Z caps corn answer to perfection I : .E.l\IiIE.I. "C I.SONDENTIST 1 :
he matter of the annuals waa tryln' to untwist a little matterf U cup batter DR. "'1
tight' up again at this meeting two years; then back to Florida exaggerated conversation. It Apple-Walnut Muffins. '

'Ie elected on the committee Elbe came. Her first few years ol: eems that Wanda told Judy. Combine all Ingredients Place In Individual and mix (Makes It medium) 129 East Call Street ----1 }:';
several well together. r
about the printing, etc school were divided among
ageing Fudy told Jewell Jewell hinted to shell dishes or one large casserole. 2 cup sifted flour

*: Nina Bishop Barbara l schools In South BHS Florida.she attended Before Loraine and Margaret and same Cover with crushed corn flakes dot 3 teaspoons baking powderi Hours 9 A. M. to 7 P. Al. Evenings By ;T'f I:;':
eron, C. F. Boyer, and George she came Cler- jets; back to Wanda. So-oo they with butter and sprinkle paprikaover teaspoon salt I .., t t'f !
Is. We hope to have one. school for three years ill get together and now every- top. Bake in a moderate oven )i teaspoon cinnamon .s .
have to work mont.. She has been with us since I
n though we hlnj'n rosy. (350 degrees) about 30 minutes. tablespoons
((1 to get it before the end 01iol. last year.Jewell's. Snooper.. Serve with lemon. fIi't:'
likes Include swimming,, 1 egg well beaten FOR SAFETY, COMFORT: AND ECONOMY RIDE t
Spaghetti's a fine dish to serve at I "
he Creative Writing class wll\ letters sleeping, and the song 1 cup milk \ ffl
Should supplies
present a play called "Assort "I'M Nobody's Sweetheart." Since 10-E News pot luck.be low, try 'some of Sunday's 3 tablespoons mild salad oil FLORIDA MOTOR LINE BUSSESFOR I fii/

Ladles In A Jam." The cast she also likes black wavy hair, We 11-11-11. leftover chicken !in the sauce. I cup raw grated apple :
believe that theme broken walnut kernels COURTEOUS CORRECT INFORMATION t:
'' follows: we can hardly Now for some Sophomore news. H cop ,

ante, the excited one- song Is correct.: Other likes are to chase away your blues. Awl! Spaghetti With Chicken.S Mix and sift dry Ingredient Com PLEASE PHONE 117 ,,1 : :'
6 to )
Nina Bishop cauliflower cho c o I ate sundaes, -tstd.i: at these sophisticated (Serves bine egg, milk and salad oil and add I ''fi'Mi-' i I t

rt. Ducksworth. the romanth John Payne and true to the Soph getting poetic (but nobody's 1 bounce package spaghetti to flour mixture "

B Edna Edwards preacher's family fried chicken. sympt thetlc.) 1 onion cut One tiering only until rr t UNION BUS STATION >< '

i lee Twlswell the mystic one- Her dislikes are confined to hats We are wondering If any of I small clove garlic mixed. Fold In japple t '

Jewell Powell. hose high heels history profanity he other grades have had a per t tablespoons fat and nut. LACY CONWAY, Agent y',

r. Jones the psychological one( olives and rainy daysexcept I,, act day yet. We haven't. ZH cops cooked tomatoes Drop by spoonful y Temple Ave. Starke, Florida l
Idalou Davis, when she can sleep. Snooky didn't we hear sememe dale and pepper Into greased muf '' lH
l.-s. After she has been graduated out fin tin*. filling % :
Prentlsp the frightenedShirley say that you had picked 1 tablespoon sugar H
Colley Jewell plans to enter Florida one> oJ those tenth grade boy tobe Dash of cayenne Cull. Bake In a hot(425de.ree'

'irlvine, the puzzled oneMarjorle outhern! College In her hometown yours ? Huh ? What about it? I diced cooked chicken oven 'J.'
Lakeland. She says that for 20 to 30 minutes FUNERAL DIRECTOR
Orlder of And we want to tell you: all cheese h
grated '
ie last three of the cast have her occopatlon is undecided. But hat we sure have some "Parad- K cap saateed according to' My Many Year. EAperlence Makes It Possible for Me te ReDder* ',:
she though 1 cap mushrooms the size of the muffins. and COURTEOUS SERVICEMODERATE .
she chooses EFFICIENT. PROMPT i
teen chosen. whatever rs" In our room. For Instance, \
in boiling salted It'* a pleasure to bring freshly '
shall Cook spaghetti
r e were glad to get our vaca- silent! and unassuming reap Shirley and Mary Ellen. You until tender. Drain and placeIn eked bread to the table because PRICES ; W

this week. Hope everyone life's most coveted reward-sue- houM drop out one day and water a greased cur t's a sign you have gone to the DeWlTT C. JONES ; '" ,\ III
'his' ration book! cent! them march picking up \
etch serole. SAute onion I trouble of trying to make the mali Burke, florid : l.t
heir feet unusually high and and garlic In good a* possible. You'll like the 'I I '\
Jence Club ALICE JUNE LARDING holding their heads up to per feeIon. hot fat until tender following nut bread both for tabler .f ( i ii
Alice June a senior girl By ,the way, Allene jumped I but do not i lunch-box us*. ", ''''!'

n last Tuesday, February 18,,, jro-vn' hair and hazel eyes Atlanta was from a private to a lieutenant for brown. Add tomatoes U you're using this bread for the f
IS. From Careful Drivers ; ,
born on July Prompt Service I
Club met. Jack- one day. salt pepper. unchbox. slice it thinly spread with
"he President Freddie WImi her birthplace, she moved to of Well Dorothy C., you didn't getaway .ugar and cay :ram cheese. blended with apple .., ,-
lonvllle. Her first few years with eating those pecans In Heat to boiling, then add 1 (
appointed a program com rnne. iauc. or cream cheese with crisply
*II for the next meeting and ichool were spent at Jacksonville.Riverside Ind., Geog. didja? It seems you ried drained and crumbled bacon. Starke Taxi Service t : ,:

.t dance committee. Grammar School in dropped one and Judy told onyou. + t it
Brasil Nut Quick Bread.
She was not to remain there Doggone It! ::5.k.
was voted that the Science Lynn Says: 1 1|
moved to Tampa. Makes 1 J-by-9-lncb loaf)
soon she ) did all see that new (
> would dance Say you No Want: Rationingand
spencer a N* Waste,
id< St. Patrick' Day. From there she went to several. ack. etyle! that these Sophomores decreased supplies of food 3 caps flour Phone 150 'j 1 11rl, :'G c c"I
the meeting was then ad- other places In Florida to acted? Someone asked Marie E. have diminished our leftover' <4< teaspoons baking powder \ \

ned. finally five years ago she If' she didn't have on odd sock problem but not entirely done !K cap sugar 1

-A. H. came: to Starke to begin school and she replied "No I have an- away with it. That's why I'm 1 cup chopped Brazil acts Day Night | 1

with our now distinguished class. oth'r pair at home just like passing on these thoughts of I egg >: :
Jurlnghel' lifetime them." what-todo: 1H caps milk ,.
i Grade has developed likes for swimming Well I can't get this rattletrap Use cooked meat or Ash seasoned 1 tablespoon melted shortening L -.. ... i i
'J lowllng dancing and flirting-for to go any further (out ofgas and moistened with creamIn : :
have soma new science fun. of course. The only thing ). between lbs omelet Vegetables Sift dry Ingredient together, add J We Do Superior Work ;i ;

[s which are very interesting. trhlch rubs Alice June the wrong So long until next week. put through a, sieve moistened luts. Beat egg add milk and sbortnlng. -I ,. '
"me of the pupils In our class Is a bossy person. Sophomore Spy.heard with cream, butter or gravy Stir quickly Into dry Ingredints. 1-1
mn who don't read quite a* well tray for after graduation are'good. too. Pour Into a greased loaf pan ;

hey should have taken,an Inn Her enter plan college to extend the on our campus. What layour Stewed tomatoes go together and bake In a moderate (350-degrce) For Better Cleaning -I ;

In the new library books. la nowledge to which she now' has nick-name? Even Abraham with scrambled egg*. Especiallynice yen 1 hour. ,

really Improving their read- :luccess comes to those who apply Lincoln had one., U a rating scrambled eggs If hut pro6f ms or reaps art mail

diligently Alice June; Gladys! Loper-'Sag.." get with minced tongue, chicken four mind there winter days Trite TRY TIIENEW t.
p'e have class and themselves or bam. Use them if you only ttliict
a treasury have to do. Delores Creekmore-"Dee. III Ljnus Chambfiri lprt M '
ol1'e buying thing Improve hat Is all you Nina Bishop-"Little BU." have s half a cupfuL with ,our f rticular prot*m, at tftilmt METHOD CLEANERS'Mr. ; :'

room We bought a floor The Editor-<"Dooley." Sweeten fruit Juices sugar N tncipcprr Union,t9! South DftpUiattprttt :

two flags and we keep a Question of The Week Sara Barefoot,-"Jooky." and thicken with one mighty tablespoonof good C1a tfl, IU. P"'... 6. tut I. and Mrs E. O. Edwards Owners r
Yes '
(dent and cornstarch. ciaM Uampftt t.lfJdrtmd tn- Pesos'E''
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supply Keen.-"P.
soap Pat
nlck-nameT" *-cottage, apple. AvenuAus Your Patronage
hot pudding
Is on
!I.. ..lope for your nplr '
through Qoorgia OIlpln-"Butch' puddings I 155 'V.f
brown betty Temple AppreciateD .
go or
e are also trying to cover our tome lucky But Jean Edwards-"Noppy." R.l..... .by WcsWra N.w>p..9r Untea. ,,1 i
nick-name. '
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without ....
a In order to preserve them. life nicknames WUla Jean Malone-"Boo. r. ,,
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I "104th Inf." and "3rd Ob. Sq." I(I assisted In the perparation of the Fountain, who's been with hubby beautifully, even If Bill Powell=:::,:.

I' and CLUBS were outlined In large white let sandwiches. Earl at. Camp Gruber near Connie Newell did lnadv'rt...M,

... ters. Music was furnished by the I Assisting during the evening BraggB Okla, for five months raid the canteen Ice cream why I
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- ---' .20th Infantry orchestra from were Mrs. J. M. Darby, Mrs S. L. Says they're homesick for wasn't supposed to be on the
Buffet Blanding. Miss Della Rosen- I Mrs. Ber nice Starke' an' hope to be furloughing menu at all! ,
hostessr U. D. C. To Meet Supper-Dance Cam} I Peek, Opperman
Mrs Fred Guy .
securing soon Hear Mrs. W. F. Cooley
Given By Junior ClubIs berg was In charge of Mrs. Eugene Matthews and Mrs. --
At BridgeLuncheonLast The W. T. Weeks Chapter, the music. 'J. W Brownlee. turn