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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: March 19, 1943
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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PAOK TWO. BRADFORD CODNTY TELEGRAPH STAKKK. FLORIDA FRIDAY 1\IAlt1I ..,

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\ ; rrominent news commentator was speaking, SAMPSON CITY I I visiting! Mr. and MI'II Loubp,

; : The Bradford County Telegraph and he told of the need for food and described By Loube Yarns |I fish Mrs.,and Celia family Jones Saturday was ,,

Established 1871 the great shortage of manpower"or Oa&1w9eAuthor Mrs Annie Rye and children of I to business in Hampton all@

f \ ..r MEMH&R the farms of the country. That was it E Palatka were guests of Mr. and, Mr. and Mrs. E oMre. Jonll SalUlt
Mrs. Ray Goodge several days last S. E. "
,,' *FLOR113 PRESSASSOCIAJRIAIASSUf1AT1QN'; iTON My father had been a farmer in his young week. I Mrs. R. A. Jones Thoma war, v4r'

," : NA10VVA1&D11' days, and his father before him was a o/'"How to Win Friend Mr: and Mrs. Laurie :McKinney Sunday afternoon. '
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) I farmer. I had learned the rudiments of and Influence People. and little daughter of Jackson- E. D. Jones and LpSler)

i C.I: I... Mattliewa ______ OUtor and Owner farming from my father, so here was my ville, Mr. and Mrs. Lester Slade were In Gainesville On bUIlt, ,g
Claude Prevatt ,
and children, Mrs: Monday
;1; SUBSCRIPTION; K.ATEWearl answer. We lived on a small farm and I and children of Starke, Mr. and

} ? p'' ), '1.73; Six Month. *I.OO would tend it myself I II Mrs. Jim Thomas and children of AT FIRST .
Johnstown were visiting Mr. and SIGH OF A .
started to work clearing the groundin
A MONUMENT TO A PEDDLER Mrs. Charlie McKinney Sunday..
published Weekly on Friday: and Entered ano4 Pee1 the evenings after school, staying in the 0 ...
Recently I.passed through a town where I saw a forty- Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Goodgeand
1 V ClaM Mutter at the Pont Office at Starke. Fir. fields until it grew too dark to see. I madea million-dollar monument to a former peddler! son. Ralph, of Starke were

fine crop last year, and I am planning to The town is Winston-Salem, North Carolina. The monu- visiting Mr. and :Mrs. Doug Wynu uSE66

He' Stayed Awake At Night make a better one this year.. I have found ment is Duke university, a co-educational college, comprising Saturday ,
of stone equipped with Guy Starling of New River was 666 TABLETS. SALVE NOSE m
a magnificent buildings, !
Wondering How lIe Could llelpEditor.at a way to do my part, and every night as'go I group land-
p; all modern facilities, and surrounded by beautifully
., to bed I find in knowing that I am
;, writers and government publicity peace scaped grounds. On the campus is a standing monumentto
an .(can beat their typewriters into a doing my part, helping my country to win this former tobacco peddler, in the form of a statue of the
the war, and I am proud of my farm and peddler himself, James Buchanan Duke. An object that
pulp] telling the people what they should
of caught my eye was a half-smoked cigar he is hiding in his
i ,; do and what they should think in order to proud my part. left hand!

help win the war. The net effect is helpful I will soon be old enough to go into service James Buchanan Duke was one of two motherless sons

but when the people themselves speak, but I have only one life to give my of an old Confederate soldier, who, when the Civil war was
country on the firing line, while on the farmI over, faced the future with only a pair of blind mules, fifty>
then-in the popular slang of the daywefeel
can feed many men and give life to many cents !in silver which he had received from a Union soldier;
we're really getting somewhere. in exchange for a worthless Confederate note, and a field of
I know there will be medals great
Last week the Telegraph received an no or green tobacco-the tobacco being all that was left on land

inspiring letter from a self-described "little honors for me, but the food I grow gives which had been striped bare by hungry soldiers. But this
those who are fighting power and energy to green tobacco of a fortune from which lateron
old lady in the middle of the woods. This
go on fighting, and as I think of this I am thousands of boys and girls were to benefit in the way of Seed MoneyThere's
N week has brought to us a composition by education.
an
and want great honorsor
content longer
William Greene, a student in the Hampton no Buck Duke died worth one hundred and one million dol-

Junior High School. So vital and so well- medals.It lars, yet he never went to school but five years. He once only one thing more foolish than killing: the goose that

M1, expressed is its message that we wish it said: "A college education is all right for preachers and lays the golden eggs.That's living up the money that has been

could have wider distribution than Takes Two To Make lawyers, but what use would it be to me? Superior brains put away to buy the seed for next year's crops.
a even Pleasant Tenant-Landlord. RelationsThe are not necessary in business." He went on to give his rea- Although G-E turbines -and lamps and refrigerators don't
; that afforded through the columns of the sons for his success as follows: "I have succeeded in busi- grow from any seed you can buy at a seed store, yet any manu-
Telegraph. Here it is: fact that it takes two to make an ness not because I have more natural ability than many facturer-no: matter what he makes-has a seed problem just

Doing My Part argument and that it also takes two to make others who have not succeeded, but because I have applied the a me. For next year's models, and improved designs, and

By William Greene (American) Federal rent control function smoothly has myself harder and stuck to it. I know plenty of peo- new products-alt these cost money. Money for research, and
ple with more brains than I have who have failed; but they
and to tell the
engineering' and new tools, advertising public
December 7, 1941 was a day to long be been emphasized in recent public statementsby lacked and determination."
application where a product can be obtained, and how much it will cost.
remembered by Americans, for it was the William L. Duke, area supervisor. Yet, curiously enough, this man who expressed himselfas
And the only place this can come from is out of past
day that Japan bombed Pearl Harbor Yes, "Rent control," Mr. Duke maintains, not needing book learning, and who proved it so far as earnings,or borrowing on the money promise of earnings in the future

Pearl Harbor. It grew to be the motto of "produces best results I only when a business men success and women goes, gave acquire forty an million education.dollars He to must help In other words-from seed money. .
young
many-"Remember Pearl Harbor!r" It WAS friendly relationship between the landlord have felt the need somewhere along the line! From the seed of research and engineering:, planted in years

remembered, and is being avenged. and tenant has been established. The first Buck Duke came to appreciate the fact that money and past by General Electric, have come, some pretty amazing

',, t I was in one of the South's largest responsibility, that of offering accommoda- money alone meant nothing; In the one and only interviewhe crops. Incandescent lamps five times as efficient as Edison's,
to the in all his life, a reporter vacuum tubes that made radiobroadcasting: possible, refriger
ever'gave
towns on December 7th., and it was in the tions and service in so far as possible on a newspapers
asked: "Mr. Duke, is there any satisfaction in just havinga ators for the home and electric machines for industry to make
late evening when I heard of Pearl Har pre-war basis, falls upon the landlord, and million dollars?" Mr. Duke gave his head a decisive jerk important jobs easier.

bor. It struck me as it did a million other has largely been so accepted by him. The and answered: "Naw, not a danged bit." Right now the crops we're growing are all of the "Victory

Americans and it made me want to fight, landlord has studied the regulations, refrained Garden" kind-weapons that are serving with our armed' forces

,made my blood boil, made me want to from eviction proceedings kept his In Bar tow? spent the week-end i i and baby Sue, were guests' ofMr. on land and sea and In the air.

strike and destroy-completely destroy the rentals low. It has been the landlord who with their, mother, Mrs. Alice I I and Mrs. T. C. Chaataln Sun- But we mustn't neglect the seed money for the future.We're

Japanese race, like I would kill a bunch of has seen it as ,his patriotic duty and his Thomas.'M,'. and Mrs O. J. Mott o f, day.Mrs O. D. Gay, Mrs. M. L., looking forward to the continuance of the industrial system
that will allow us to and cultivate other and
open up new *
snakes and rats. There is no need for tell- privilege to make the families of soldiers Raiford and Shine Mott and son, Watterson and Mrs. J. W. Horne promising
fields. So, tomorrow, look for important developments in
inging how I wanted to kill them, or what and war workers feel that where they now L. A., of High Springs spent i awhile were shopping In Gainesville Fri: television, fluorescent lighting:, plastics electronics.These will
Sunday with Mrs. Jim day.
,
I thought of them, for there are millions oft live is their home until victory is won." Mott. Mrs John H. Parker and be familiar words In the postwar world. GENERAL 'ELECTRIC

'Americans who thought and felt the same "Now," continued Mr. Duke, "It is Mr and Mrs.. James Cason had daughter Dimple, were shoppingIn COMPANY, SCHENECTADY,N. Y.

way I did on that memorable day. But squarely up to the tenant to do his part. us. guests ,Sunday Mrs. Caaon'i Jacksonville Friday.
t mother, Mrs. Padgett and slater, Pvt. Dewey L. Bugg Is visiting
there nothing could do but wait and remember that non-essential services -
we
was He must Mrs. Ralph Beville and children hla parents Mr. and Mrs. W. L. GENERAL A; ELECTRIC
( ; prepare-prepare to kill that:which threatened unnecessary decorations, and extra of Gainesville Bugg.

our lives and our homes our loved heat allowances cannot be included with I Mrs.. O. J. Mott and Mrs. Hugh

'r' ones, and most of all our precious freedom. rental accommodations to the extent they with Rahn their of Ralford mother, Mrs.spent Jim Monday Mott. I' '

t I am a boy in my teens and too youngto formerly were. He must conserve his land- Mrs.: O. W. Hazen, Mrs. E. J /

go into any service, but I wanted to helpto lord's furniture, appliances, lawn and build- Hazen and children were shop- ti #'PHlP

do my part in winning the war. How ings, especially since many furnishings, ping In. Gainesville' Saturday afternoon r '.

could I?-A boy too young for service and thoughtlessly, damaged or destroyed, are irreplaceable Mr. and Mrs. Harry Sapp of 'J

not old enough to help make guns or planesor lIe is obligated to treat his Jacksonville spent Sunday herewith

battleships. It worried me night and rented home as if it were his own home. his mother, Mrs. Nora Sapp.
G. B. Colson. and L. O. Hazen .yoll.Can
day. Sure, I could buy stamps and bonds "Most tenants will meet their landlordsin made a business trip to Jackson spot it

with my allowance, but that didn't seem a spirit of friendship and understanding. ville Wednesday.

enough. I knew that I must do more in Those who do need fear'' no rent inflation A. B.: Surrency spent several timeASK
days In Jacksonville with his son,, every
some way. here. They will be welcomed as' honored Mallie, who Is sick

My father was a trained worker and members of our war community. As the Miss Janet Robertson spent the the ski

was soon in the service of his country. lie Old Testament says: 'Cast thy bread upon week-end In Florahome with her X X Coca-Cola:trooper He will why tell he welcomes what ice-cold ski ,
parents. you every .,
was'' too old t& become a soldier, and when the waters ; for thou shalt find it after many enthusiast knows. Few things can make you ,."fi."J ,

his work took him away from home, I was days.: And again in the New Testament is HAMPTONBy thirstier.than skiing.: The dry cold, the exertion J ,

t still trying to think of some way to do more found: 'Therefore all things whatsoever ye H. Wiggins ,the altitude do it. Experienced skiers know i('''i

than I ,had been doing. would that men should do to you, do ye even CLOSING EXERCISES that Coca-Cola Is the perfect refreshment after' ;, ':II I-'

One evening as I sat by the radio I so to them: for this is the law of the I FOR JUNIOR HIQII SCHOOLThe a ski run.CocaCola. A'>'"\,''"" +
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heard a program that gave rr.a my cue. A prophets.? delivered Baccalaureate Sermon was not only quenches thirst. It adds ::"
: Sunday, March 4, at
4:30: P. M. at the Hampton refreshment that goes into energy. It is refreshment "f
FLA. STATE FARM clenny spent several days last open fire. Those enjoying It School auditorium by the Rev: that tastes good, feels good, is
By E. R. Boavler week with Mrs. J. R. Kite. were: Jim Brown Godwin. Del- Ed. Garrett, pastor of the Meth- good. Coca-Cola is made with choicest ingredients ........ s
: bert Crews, Gene Cope, Herbert dlat church. f k
Mrs J. M. Bradley'and daughter put together with.a finished art. -
WAR FUND DRIVE Carolyn were week-end Fllleyaw, Jimmy Bradley, Richard -" Commencement exercises held r;:)' '"V
UNDER' WAY HERE guests of Mr. and Mrs. Vance Woodward Roberta Whltfieid1, Monday, March 1:1: at 8:00: P. M. Each time you raise an ice-cold Coca-Cola to "
An effort la being made ,by the Geiger last week. Lorene Moncrlef, Mary' Jo, Lila The speaker! was S. E. Sparks your lips, you'll agree that the only thing like i tr.
people of the State Farm to collect Mrs Jesse Johnson of WorthIngton -I Rae and June Caldwell, Doris and The class motto: "With, the ropes Coca-Cola is Coca-Cola, itself.
one day's salary from every Springs Is visiting her" Jimmie Moncrlef, Sarah and Grace of the past we will ring the .r
employee for the American Red I brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Crews. bells of the future.." Presentationof e
Crou?, Any contributions shouldbe I Mrs. J. O. Randall, this week. diplomas was made by County
directed to Rev. Leslie Shep Pvt. Curtis,, Malone of Jacksonville -I' BROOKER Superintendent W. E. Mlddleton.\ I Even with war and so many Coca-Cola bottling plant In -i ci1
r' herd. The Community Sunday and Mrs., Malone of Lake I lly Mm. 10:. J. HazenCIIICKKN : Those of the 'ninth grade receiving enemy-occupied: ? countries? our fighting men are delighted, '
School very generously gave $15: I diplomas were: Freida Burton 10 find Coca Cola being bottled In so many places all over the rglobe.
to thU. worthy cause. I and Butler Mrs.were W.Sunday E. Malone.guests.of Mr I SUPPER PROCEEDS: Ethel,,Dur ling i William I I ,-
WILL GKK.\TI.Y AID Greene, Eugene Hall Henry Loper
Marshall Bouvier Jr., of Miami :
Mrs. Carrie Hall of Lake But '
Rio I> mOSS WAR FUND and John Paul Wheelus. Those
wan the guest of his grandparents, ler spent Saturday and Sunday The community gave a chicken of t the eighth grade also receiving
Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Bouvier, several with her cousin 1Melverna\.
at Colson's store
supper Saturday diplomas were Betty Horne, Helen 456r
week. Returning
last
days Thornton. night for the benefit of the Red Calch and Harvene Watterson.
home Saturday, he was accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Claude Johns and Cross It was a great succem sy 5 ,
i by both of them for a sons. Kenneth and Claude, Jr., and $31.00 was made on the sup BIRTHDAY PARTY -S J.' sS
visit of several week. spent Sunday In Macclenny with per. Mrs. G. B. Colson gave a Mrs. W. M. Norwood entertained w ;
Miss Pauline Brannen was the Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Overlltreet.r caramel cream cake and 58.40: Thursday afternoon. March 11, -:
week-end guest! pf her cousin, !\[ and Mrs. P. U. rancher was made on It. The first win at her home In honor of her
Mlsn Eva Fay Gainey of Brooker. spent the week-end visiting t ne,'.. Sam Mott, gave the cake daughter. Evelyn, on her eighth ka: :
Mrs. R. P. McLendon visited trlends In Perry. I I back and then It was sold to birthday. Games we replayed
relatives In Gainesville last Wed- Dr. L. R. Bristol of Gainesville the highest bidder, J. K. Douglas. and refreshments consisting: of ro .
nesday. Her mother, Mrs. J. T. spent Sunday here with hi. ion, We want to thank the patriotic Ice cream and cake'were served.
Cogdill, came home with her for U R. Bristol.A citizens for their cooperation and The patriotic motif was carried Even
visit of a few days, returning out with each with snow and Ice outdoor, It's
guest
a number of birthdays were extend to them a n Invitation receiving a summertime Indoors. Ice-cold Coc CoU
home Sunday. celebrated In our community last again on Saturday afternoon to miniature flag. Those enjoyingthis if the year 'round answer to thirst that
Mir. and Mrs. U A. WigginA and week. They were Mrs. M. E.Crlner !:. the same place where pie, coffee occasion with Evelyn were: everybody welcomes
little daughter, Marie, were week- and James Nelson McLen- I and sandwiches will be sold. Peggy Hlnson Sylvia May, Mar
end guests of Mrs. Wlggln's don, March 7th; Harold Tyus The proceeds will help fill the garet and Luclle Hall, Fredla El- r F
mother 11:,... J. M. MaxweU In March 8th and Mrs. BryanVhIt- Red Cross quota of this section. land, Joan Rahmea, Gladys HickS, ; '. k. ; why.
Jacksonville. field. March 14th. I I Louise Adkins, Bob Halley and /
la I Mr. and Mrs. J. 0 NEW ARRIVAL Langford, ''Hicks. Mrs. Norwoodwas
Herbert Crews who takinga Ii Randall. Jr.,
I Mr. and Mrs.. Roy Green announce assisted In entertaining by W *,$!?fr&i
course In electric welding at and baby son, John Oscar, III of
I the arrival of a girl on her sister Miss Marie Cannon. *** t R' 5rltS 8I
Camp Roosevelt, spent Sunday I Jacksonville were the Sunday '
I March liit In Alachua County hos- ** VMsi5$ *
with his parents Mr. and Mrs. guests of Mr. Randall's parents, ; Mrs. W, L. Andrews was reelected y xf
M. L. Crews Mr. and Mrs. J. o. Randall Sr. pital.Mr. aa State Assistant Musician $ fiKS8k&- ;t
L Mrs. W. W. Finn and children. Buddy Davla. of the Universityof and Mrs R. E. Hazen and of the, Woodman Circle at -
!Sandra and Judy, of Jacksonville Flor'Ida, Gainesville, spent the children were shopping In Gainesville the state convention in Ocala,
were the guests of Mrs. Fish' week-end with his parents. Mr. Saturday morning. March 3-4. Mrs. Andrews has
parents; Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Randall and Mrs. W I*. North. Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Green and served aa State Assistant Musi- 5 7-
last week. Taking advantage of the lovely children spent Friday and Satur- clan since 1039. I The best is always the better buy
Mr. and Mrs\ Martin Orlner weather Saturday, a number of day In Jacksonville with relatives Mr. and Mrs. B. Cohn and lIOn. >
sad Mrs. Madge Bozarth spent the State Farm young people Pvt. Talmadge Kelly and Mrs.: Merrill were guests of Mr. and "TUP OHO. AUTMO ,TT 0> THI COCA
Sunday In Melrose with friend celebrated with a picnic. A delicious Kelly of Valdosta and Leslie Mrs. W. L. Andrews- Sunday.Mr. -COhI COMPANY .f
t Mr*. A. L* Thompson of Mac- lunch was cooked over an Thomas, who has been working and Mrs. Carlton Chastaln STARKE COCA-COLA BOTTLING COMPANY



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"" :MARCH 19. M4* BRADFORD COUNTY TRLKGRAPH. 8TARKK.': FljORIDA' rAnJ: TftRER: I t







radford_ County High School Journal ,JI




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_in-chief _..__ Idalou Sewell Davis Ima Snooper Many Students Vox Pop, Jr. Public To See Meet Miss NormanDown Senior Biographies I

Editor .. Virginia From BHS 'f fl'
Reporter ____ June Bloss Well here I Is again. Honestly Dear Editor: One-Act Plays In the Home Economics
ODESSA:
McKAK:
lub .____..._- Pat y Keen If this term Isn't over purty soon At Camp RooseveltSeveral I have two friends. The girl loom there is a new ray of sun The diminutive ,"
At School girl with blueeyes
.. Alice June Harding Snoop la gonna be all tuckeredout. thinks that the boy doesn't like, Tonight shine. Mrs. McRae has gone but I

y News" ._-__ Jewell Powell Tryln' to get bits of BHS weeks ago the Seniors her and the boy thinks that the I, we are, Indeed fortunate to have IV and dark brown hair height, 't: \
2"
without and a few.Juniors were called in- The Dramatics Club will present and weight 99 Ibn, who
lub ._.___- Leis Newsomeapbies gas ain't so easy. How'aabout girl doesn't like him. They both I I such a nice person! as Miss Daphne fit"
the two one-act we recognize Odessa
tp auditorium. Knowing noth- plays Friday night aa McRa. n
__. Eva Fay Gainey a gas ticket kids are crazy about each other. I Norman to come In and take '
Attention ing about what was going: to March 19, in the high school was born AuKtmt 8 in Starke. Her ; I Jo
Martha Markey everybodyl! Don't for tried to tell them that they likeeach I, up where our former teacher left
happen they were all auditorium. The first "Assorted first eight years of school were .!l
____ Shirley Colley get to tell your Ma's and Pa's very ex other but they won't listen. olf. Her charming smile and j
quad r. "
cited.It. Ladle In a Jam is a farce In spent In Rising, near Starke. Fol- Al
________ Clarice Thomas about the play this Friday night. How can they get together? friendly attitude have already i
"Features _-- Nina Bishop "Assorted Ladles in a Jam." Hear so happened that Mrs. Ce- Worried. one act. It was presented last ushered her Into the good favor lowing the eight years In Rising, .. f f'i I r

It.. cllle Pagan week. for the entertainment of the she came to our school to pursue .f'f I t ther ::
QrlderEDITORIAL be a representative of
Edward Marjorie gonna even better than Dear Worried: of the entire student body and t

'twas last Friday so spread the the NYA, was there to tell them What business is It of yours ? It, students and also to give the cast especially the &"lrls. When I asked studies. I

word around. Let's help out the about Camp Roose vel t. near they really like each outer I can experience. It was so successful her to answer a few questions! Odessa has created during her .:

Dramatics Club. Ocala. She told oT the that they decided to give the pub lifetime likes for the color bluff. '
oppor- see no reason for this silly carry- about herself she was most willing r' i
rrt\R..oj: ; LIKE tunity that was theirs. All whoso lic a chance to see what can be vanilla Ice cream and. red hair. '
Asked a few of our noble students Ing: on: Apparently they are actIng to cooperate. That's the I I
has been my observation that what their favorite ""wish desired could g 0 to Camp like children. It Isn't up to done when a group' of students kind of attitude we like to have (Could the "red hair' refer to j 4"

little one act plays pre- Roosevelt and in from 3 really set out to work It has to a certain paratrooper whose \
waa and here's their replies: to 6 you to convince' them of their among ua. pin I

II by the Dramatics Club and Freddie W.. "I wish I lived inOcala" months complete a courso In liking for each other do with the circumstances that She was born at Rlchland. she wears f')) In addition to other ',\:
l-arlous In school are created because a young girl things she likes
classes our either
all
radio auto chewing
welding me gum '
; Ditto Alice June H.; Editor. Georgia and has spent most of her I
a long way toward prokg chanics aviation mechanics sheet suddenly pulls the emergency- cord except Dentyne. True to a
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gone Sara B., "I wish I had a million." life within the boun ares of that
school spirit and Introg A million of what Sara Char- I metal machine shop or a commercial Dear Editor: ; while traveling on a railroad train. distinguished' state. A graduateof : senior tradition she doesn't like '. .
of ; Perhaps Is Each of the passengers has a different conceited t ,
cooperation problem too
attitude my people and
course. wonder
no
| an les P., "I wish we'd have another the Ga. State College for :' :.
what be done trifling to take time. But Idea and the way It is finally for she's amiable
can so
have !seen She up your Women herself. 1,
school dance"; Charles Boyer. explained that the day and a major in Home EC.,
the last Frl- here It Is. For some time I have d solved is the climax: of the
we saw play "I: wish school was out"; Nina B., would be occupied by four hours dP make her thoroughly qualified to Her very amiability will go a i

morning.; Here a group of "I wish I was 18"; Lois N.. "To in class and four hours work. The been Infatuated with one of mybl'other's play. teach the. course. In fact she long way toward bringing; her I

nts got together and workedhe date Slim Summerville;" Ima government would supply room best friends. We have I The second presentation "Cradle says of It, "It's the most, Interesting to a successful career- as a secretary .l "

motions of the play. Theyed and always been pals but, he thinks and All" Is a drama concerning. which she
board
Snooper "I wish I could get a to anyone between the subject I know to leach, plans: to be after "
their lines and from all of 16 that I am a child. He is In the t a mother's neglect for her daughter Well Miss taking a bualnesa
man." ages and 25 and also pay Norman many of thegi'is course in Jack w' ,

ard appearances It was a i them $10.80 per month.: She also Navy now and I want to knowif while managing a publishing may not agree/ about the sonville. .5' ':;
The student body Hear a few of the former BHS told it would be all right for me company. Both plays promise to ;
success. of the recreational facilities qualities of Home EC. but thin. I -- f
efforts. That wolves are a comln to haunt the to write to him? Just a nice be and the '
related their provided. ,, very entertaining public can say. they already like you hELEN KIVKKAAs : i"J'"r'
village again. Joe and Georgearrlvin' friendly letter. It seems!' to me Is ,
Invited
the cordially to attend
evidenced by response. AU of this appealed to moat of very much. time passed on, another Y'
the 19th. Hear the lat. that he would hppreclate it. Do and boost the -' ;:;
and help efforts of the
been encouraged
have those hearing the talk. It start This hazel-eyed blonde who ha senior from .
est report from Joe was that he you think so? Dramatics Club The show Keystone Height .. ,,: -
(they will work all the harder ed many of them thinking. begins come to be with us *lxo did make '

(lie fulure. There are otherin I was a stayln at a living grave-, Earl Perry Billy Colson Cheater -' Junior Deb promptly at 8:13: P. M., and the It known that she has some likes joined UH. Helen, who was born I H'I..

the process of yard. Walter and Buck arrive the ,; McKlnney William Baker Dear J. D.: admission will be lOc for students and dislikes Her liken she listed In Sanford, March 17, 1923: lived <
and each of them produc-I I 26th and, Billy. Earl. and the rest Waldon Wads worth Robert Of coursed he would like a and 20c for adults. The proceedswill I as the color blue and lemon pie. there until during the first se- (l'.. ,r.t.1)).,,:-

[same goal in mind-that of I I from Camp Roosevelt for the Lappe.; Lewis Smith Harold Cun- letter from you and you should go to buy stage equipment I Even when you cook It, Miss mentor of the tenth ,. ,I
grade she ,
J-S Banquet. Sure will be gladto write to him. I I. ,::I
really don't such I
see I as new etc.
students. There is scenery
the and ?
ing ady Kenneth Martin have already man Chewing gum poppers moved I '
to Lake
see 'em all again. that NOr-j City. She has been I'I'I
have .
; a You "
( you problem. I -E.G. '
of Interest and dislike
oat deal en- started their I respective her main and here I a member of \ '
present now in regard Can hardly wait until the ban courses and several want to be his friend and it add "gills be careful." She our student body ,;1
a8m more students .01' two I' '"
t
years now. After ,
Shone undertakings and we quet. Juniors say It's gonna be plan to atterid after graduation.May seems that you are already pals. Frosh HighlightsWe that the excess amount of moss completing .
Write ahead and above all don't this her final year she 'I' t
the best yet. I hear they've already ,
It's for the found In trees has
to keep it up. I we take this opportunity to our evergreen plans to work -
as cashier in Lake :
of our school. The Drama- picked the ones who are to "Take off our hats to you" and get mushy. are sorry to hear about the distressed her no end but she City during the ; \ !;

I has definite place in serve. Wonder what the theme know will Editor, death of Bobby Turner's mother knows that Florida Is supposedto summer. Then ; kj' I ,
Club a we "Put
you help those she Will beirln: nuran'atinlnl, ._...""" i,.. : ,v'
{curriculum and anything thatas will be. I must admit I don'tknow Japs and Nazis on the Run." Dear Editor: Ray Parker Ralph Alvarez, Jerome be nubtropical.Perhaps the full of u.the year.--- -She- has'-.ft I* '1 ) I

It has al- a thing about It. Imagine Johns, and Alvin Crews the preceding on .I
much good as C. A. T. For a while this special boy para- groat ambition which In.
such nerve of them not tellingme went to the funeral. The class graphs have helped our reading very 1m.,1:1 I ; :
y done In regard to promot- went with a !good friend of mine. portant to hrr-to become \
an
new interests should be en- all of the particulars. Freshman GirlsWe But all of this time he remained gave a spray of flowers public to know more about our army nurse. d I Jh

Gosh but our new Home EC. new Home Er,. teacher but for the \ I' "
,ae-ed. No. Bradford High has extra nice to me. flow that they We are enjoying the great play She likes dancing,
dramatic and she Pis not ;, teacher Is strictly on the beam. "Julius student body no written Information sports Sun ; )
Ceasar"
in
gone have. In our midst a new have broken up he is paying a lot English Class dues, and a soldier In North Af- '
aside I I other I 11 guess you'll know that she and the students have IH needed. You al'e. we already ';; 1Zt,
Ing Important classmate, Allene Pope. We seem of attention to me. I like him been taking lea; dlallkvs "nothing" In partlcu- '

gs. It just seems that she is I comes out of the deep South to'get a new one each time we but not seriously Should I Ignore different parts. Jim Speare know her very well and lar." 4' l:

up and Is beginning to namely Gawja-Bhe'a a Southern lose one.Vasongal's. him ? I want aim for a friend says he has already been three she Is definitely one of us. Here'n It In a sure thing that the army'will .. '{I ''
ting Bell and I don't mean Bell Telephone to Miss Norman from the \
,
what great these and that's people in the play. you '
a part theme song Is "Oh all. What should I accept her as a nurse If .hl ,

social organizations can play either. Johnny. Oh Johnny." Johnny laIn do if he tries, to date me? March 4th was a great day for students at BHS and may your still has the personality and will ji'; '; '

how much fun It is to do it. Bob Turner Is headed for the. the hospital at Blanding so Second Choice. 'ninth grade boys-we had a perfect stay here b.. a pleasant one, tu do good that Is shown In hel \1.',?,.
tennis He -1. L. D. "
championship.
I"
-I. L. D. practices It's an exciting life they lead. Dear Second Choice: day's attendance. school life. i. "
dally alone In his back yard. ,. ',I};,
"Butch" has achieved her great. My dear girl are you sure that The play books for the play Or Practice makes perfect. he snys. eat ambition in life which you know what you want? Whatif my huixl and official' KI-B! CIK.ri.IT.' 4-(>l air Hn tl>KOIIII. l'' 'I
CO MTV
ok Of The Week you "Crime Conscience" have been KI. I 'f;;
ordered Kltirltlu.
Don Patray states proudly that nt thin .Kfbtuaiy IUItl I'M <'HA\- '1i" .
he nr.rt esIhi.
does ask date :
remember was to TRY to forgeta you for a ?
and the cast has tentatively i. I I 't'
brothers Alvin"
he has 5 and each has ,
he Moon Is Down" Stein- If A. J. Tluinin*, Marshall Plaintiff' '
by quaint little boy. Congratulalions. you want to go with him-go been Klurenrv vn
selected and will be an- A. Clerk of said' Court. A. Marshall. '
.a sister-do mean 10 in the HK-Al.!! ) Defendant. Js.
Is a story of a .town which you "Butch." you've done more ahead. You can still be friends. nounced later. KniKht A Knl..bt, Htltrfc' KlorM.i CUNH No. X370. "' 'r'f ,

taken by the enemy. They ,I family? or have tell I missed that Hazel my than I've done cause I haven't Han he said that he wants to be The ninth grade Is gradually Ally, for, Plf._ a-u 4t 3.1* .Out ANI)tR NOTICB OF' prrnt.t TO APPKAIt('ATlflN I '1'.1" I :;"
me
,
tried to make the people guess They made the honor roll yet. In fact your sweetheart? You are taking decreasing-two more boys have I'V CIRCI'ITOt'HT.. sin 'UI'OIUI HTATR OK. KU>ltK'A In: JCIorence ) I '

| coal out of a mine for their Fields waits on the outside each I I think you're the only one to a lot for granted.. I to C'ol"'r"," KI.OIIIItAI" IN <'IIANllulph Ht.. Mwlaavate A. Marshall'> 7S4J KIlKmete: 11'"' ..
gone Camp Roosevelt. ,
for Gene. but he seems They r N11 Y. .Allr Kheny 'I'
Cope County
day '
i but although they were being have achieved ambition. Editor. '""hunr. .
PennKylvanla
your are Robert Lappe and Harold K. t4tscey' Pin I iiitIf.Vs.. .' .
to be glued to his seat. Coolidge Naomi J. Htncey, Defendant, raiseNu. Voit a,'. required to
weren't appear a ,
captive they cap- Wanda Isn't a drummer yet. Betty Canadv. nil ".
April &lh.
194.1, i In ,
2351. the
Gausett Isall thrills because Dear Editor: above naiu- "
d by the enemy In their way H.'a feet aren't any smaller and We are glad to have Robel.tSanbern UltreR (II' I'tf.lI.J'ATInNANn id Court und cause, wherein plain I 1
( still Uncle Sam granted him a deferment I: am new here and I would like NOTICH TO APPKAItHTATK tiff scek.. d. v o re Kradfoid t
and
Inking living. They An Ice's "Bug"-well, she may ,' '
back with us after being UI' FI/MUDA to Nnoml.f County Telegraph shall '::
take of to know what : publlxh '
"the fight" in them to cause just to help care have caught "It," I'm not saying. subjects Lyle Anderson sick for seven days with the ; Hlacey whoa ad.a,...* I I... InW..II..wn Uidxr 'In next four weekly. Indue thla*. I ...'; ,
the 9th grade girls and attend takes and just what periods Ave. Wtllt.wirrnve, pa. Witness my hand and .: ,,
to try to gain back their A certain brunette has taken NII| at official "
classes In betwee ntlmes. Jerome does he take them ? I think .mumps. I You. ar'' required to appear on Nth Htarkf, .Florida. Ihla March ,i' .
dom. Steinbeck's characters over that "Corporal Davey" who The home An'Ii| 6 1 I 1841, III I he nrmve namedCourt 1943. a 'Ii., ,
likes these hal f that he's don't room programs are 1'ci ; : (14'iclAh I tIIJ I .
holidays cute
day you. raune, wherein plaintiff ,' SEAL) A. J.
fe I Thomas
in mentioned while back. The I ,
portrayed such a way as was a All
getting interesting. Herbert t Clerk of said
when State Farm girls Admirer very HeekK divorce Hradford County J I 1 I Court. "'
especially
ave them fit Into sltua- little blonde "To whom it Khali this OrderIn W. t:. '
says pulillKh
any Prince had Telegraph Daylona Tlnarh "f.
I a good program Tuesday Klu.\, Jlllr"'f. Ii .j
In town and he managesto Dear Admirer: AIt ,
can stay next four weekly Innuea. .It. -11 4t .
Although the characters por- may conCel'n-I want no part In 4.aIV II' j'l
Dad's car. Crossed the I think that Lyle's schedule which was also a quiz. Jim WltneHH my hand and official. f"
fOd were foreign they could get the spoils. There are better fish Speare won the Heal I at Htarke, Florida thin F.b* : ; : .
prize "
.. I campus tother day just in time to In the still uncaught" runs something like this: 1st pel'lod a ping. runiy 26th, 1041 'H".r COI-HT, Mlt 'l>|rOHI> I :
been
very easily American see Cna Demorest and Barbara sea I Phy. Ed., 2nd Period World pong set.Jimmie. (OFFICIAL" HKAI.) A. J. Thomas CIOHV.COlrvrt..: FlaIl(iJ.*| IV ('.IA". I I ,
acters.! Darby Peek says Two of our "goonlest" girls AH Merk of Nald eOllrl.tt .
Bradley hud accident | Vlnuent
Jean Mayhugh all off in a secluded History 3rd Biology; 4th Band; an T. Frank Landium, Htarke' Flu' Anthony (lfnr excitement there I in nothing plan to go swimming Sunday. described by Coolidge Gas- Ally, for ;. s-a 4t 824I tiff VH, HOHI Dn i'u'"ollcorda.' .... 11.
Ir place and deep In conver-, 5th. Algebra I: 6th EnglIsh Yes- I lirffndnnt. Cane No. : I .
than like 2.171
the where the Nothing getting a n earlystart "
part
set, as a "he role I stunt. He 1
OltOKIt I
sation. Was it sectets or what ; I think that Lyle has possibili s'iiu'i-i'r coriir. mi t IIKOIIO OK PtrHMCATION -
creeps up behind the enemy Pearce celebrated : at things, I suppose. ties. If I can be of jumped off a high bank Into the ('4)!" %T"'. Pl.OHIIItl IV (''' C V.CKMV ANI NOTICW. TO APPKAK .1
girls? Wanda any more I HTATK OP, 1 ,
tier and kills him with a pairscisiora We are very glad to' have our river which spot he believed to IV FLOIII1IA to: H...* .jj.
her 15th birthday tother day and, help to you let me know. Wllliuin" Kf Hriillv ,11'.. Pliilntirr, Hulvo" (llorduno. ,>,lo M,. Anthony "I I
"I liked the way remembranceswas I President Betty Turner back withus Editor be deeper than it was and the as. Muriel. llevellev Hrully, ()" Halvo' Knther JlNG| North 29lh 'fI'I' '

ory was worked Into the among the many after an absence of about the result was 'an Injured foot. (dunt ,'"... No. 2142ORIIGIl 11".1 Ht n,In,, NounPhiladelphia, Pennaylva. it'J ,I
from
a bit of perfume a OF l'I' ( (
y. says J. A., Martinez. three weeks. He's back In school today AMI NOTICIO TO ': You are required. to appear on I 'Iki '
thout using any historical certain red head by the name of I Luella epralned her ankle while 10-G News Alvin Ciews better known HTATK OF FIXmlPA to: Murieltleverley ed April/ 6th., IMD.! In the above nam I"I 'Il 1,
know him? as"Corpse $ 'ulv) wh...... renldcncaI Court and isaac, wherein' '
Douglas H. Anybody plain
ies or persons." It Is..an In- I and -! running to get to class.. Some Crews" checked In his I 32 Park Md. Malone New York.You tiff ......k.. tl l I vorce.' Hradford I : !"I- ., I
Ambled down the hall glanced Hello everybody here Is County
Telegraph
sting story that will 'people shouldn't spend so much your books are required" to appear i>n Khali pulillKh Hi,In
give aon
I I In at the fourth period Junior old spy with ,a brand new scoop today-says he Is leaving April 6th 1941.: In the above Ordcr In next t,"i ,weekly .....u... .. ), ; ,
i a worthwhile and enjoyabler time at Scott's.Well for an undecided dealt! nation I I Court ..n.i rauMn, wherein p WltiiexH lilY". """ ..." official, III'"
or two of entertainment. I English class and It seems that -so long. for tor the week. What some of the where he' might continue to Keek. dlvorve. idreil ford C nll"1// Kfiil 5th. at ,Htarka, Florida,. Ihla. ,'liOkKH'IAf 1.6'!
,
J. A. Martinez has the situation now.Freckles.. sophs like to Co with their lei pursue Telegraph" shall ,imlillith, thin ( 1943 1 t
I HKAI.)
the course of "undertaking. In next four weekly laHuen. A. J. ThomaH
well, In hand. Saw him surrounded sure time makes good reading.For Witness my hand and official Aa Clerk .., a..ld Court < 'I

nior Class Newsn i by a group of girls and just Instance; Clarice likes to Klbert: Thornton says physical K..al at Hiarke, Floi' ''Ida, this Februiirv W.. t:. Hariloxly, 1 Uaylonn Ih'a'h, '
Home EC Gleanings ed. has been quite severe but he S'lrd. mu.ldirll'i'IAL I Kin., Ally for I'''.. -12: 4t f.!, I
our class bubbling over with conyei satlon. read and eat. whlle'Dorothy R. MIAl.| | ) A. J. ThomaaAH :' I
meeting Monday Is now' able to bend his knees In .
More power to you. J. A. In says that she likes to dance. But Clelk of ....I" Court.T. IV ( IIKIlr (.(H liT, I \
I
HH/tllPOIIII I
ilng. If remember.
we discussed more fully Last week. you comfort. The clans admits .uch Frank Laiidium, Mtarke, FIMdl ('(M'Vri', FI.OKIIItl \ I
Plans for kid day on AprilI cidentally. I hear that Dot Faxon told you that we were to start Marie says to give her a horse exercise 'is vital to building .\tl)'. for PIt, ;l-& 4t : I| CEll: I''. IV ( IIA\- I .
telegram tother day from and she will be happy. Catherine HitmiK-l'' 4!. Wagner I
a
I got instead Plaintiff.
think it has always been cooking on Monday. Well physical fitness. iv ('iiiciir itMII i, mi titroitit Mae Louvlnlu WRlt'h.r. V*. "

custom to keep the plans for somebody named James. Where I of beginning as planned goes bowling when she has a Our Science class members 4-01 >TV, Pl.Ollll.tl IV (jll VCKIIV CKKX N'.. Defendant, \ j I
I have I heard that name before? chance and Cozette goes 'to the ) 1 I ,.:2'IKIOK i1 l'I'IILI'ATfnNNII
In text-
I day strictly confidential. So. I Iiiefoie we started studying our breathed a nigh of relief on Vincent CaKKlano Plaintiff I v.. _\ NOTICW I I I
I I say Lyle read Vox Pop this The on home movies. Nice hobbles girls. Mary nrKlano, I liefendant. ('''....I'>.I'In '< U'," ._'' h" .._ TO_ APPEAH I I
I'm "won't book. Chapters : a i rj nf
afraid beif when KI.OIUDA (
day they completed Frl-j .!\... 94117, I to: Ma. I. ,
who Well "don't I f.ouvlnla' '
week. I hear there's a gal folks get 'around! Wnicner who ..
to I I marketing and preparing are very i resIde '
say anymore about It. notebooks and turned them I I.C. OIIHKIt:f q'.' PCHI.ICATIOV I I I.. I12U( Ltclld AVt VVa I'I I
-
has taken a fancy to you and she much anymore. How can I? By I' 1 I '
he play last Friday morning Interesting and will help us a, ,.. G. & B. T. ANt> NOTICK TO APPI4AII 1'I'I.
know all about the 'Arllne finally out :! HTATK OK KI.OIIIDA' to: Mary or;' ,
wants to you. : do tot way came I required' to
ht off lot when we really get t tI I appear on
well. divrlnno, whose r..hl..nr.l la t'n- I I-
Everybody played [ April 5th \
I 1941.: In the I
How do vou do it ? Wedding bells' of her haze and brought us to I k above named ,
nown. Court
and I ;
part grand. and I offer mvgratulations cooking. I cause, wherein' plaintiff
-- Frances Noegel and order with a class meeting Just Correction Please You are required to appeal1 on seeks dlvon-e Hradford [
are ringing.
: : : It won't be trouble to go County
!
.
any
After more prac .I April Oth, 1941, In th hove named' TeIegrath shall .
| this week, they'll have II Dorothy Griffis seem to be the' I into the kitchen now that the Friday morning. We found out r Due to an Helen '', Court and ratine, wh..r.ln plaintiff Cl next four weekly puliljBh I"."thin..... Order I S '
error River's1picture .
victims. j a few things too like being behind seeks divorce llradfor'l County WltneKH liund I
latest my
;good': 1 have chosen aides and each and official. I I
< by girls Khali thin
Friday night. everyone t ., : I I appeared with I ZannieStanley's Telegraph publish OrderIn sent I at tt'ark.orl"lI./
I'' be New sports: It's been a longtime has a leader. We decided with our C'.ass': 'dues.: "Slow [ nixt four weekly last.... 3rd 1941. thla. March
rolling in the aisles. Wee group biography last week. It : ,
t | -
(
but WltnenH my hanil and orrl<-Ial
has that's but'don't 4OKKICIAN
'ole Snooper sure us, Hl'JAI. -
since you ) A.
It will be that good!) In.. ye to let one group cook one day I was Intended for this weak since j .-al at Htarke, Florida, thla AUrrh AM Clerk or Mild Court J. Thomas I 1 '
the local lassies! actually out, go comparing us with a gopher. I II I' 2nd 1943.UI"P'hl'lAr. : I
-ntally seen 'I'and the other the next. j' T. Frank '...ndruIII. ''r
Helen Htarke ,
tell Rivers' biography was Fin
everyone to come SKAt.) A. J. ThomanAa i
that Now for the wonder Atty. for
real we Pit
In why's
Friday night to see It. It will I taking part games Well I hate to interrupt this I scheduled for this Issue and appears Clerk of Kalil. ('curt.i' I '-6 41 3-3d +, :
require a lot of exercise. I don'tknow I short little Interlude but I hear Louise goes to study hall every I :. K .I'r..",..", Mtarke, KlnrMit' ,
Presented again. It starts at- it was but Monday at noon. Is he handsome on this page. The slight Atty. for Plf. = 3-5 41 3-2 fv .RC".T ('oiler. UK CfP'OiII.
) r.f.. and the admission 1 la;, what Miss Norman calling and It's timeto was not intentional, I -_ f''II'r\, Yl.ltIII,41 IV ttlANKHY ,1 I
there they were all lined up Bertha Lee In never on time In (: ,
for students noon get back Into the. groove again. .- Editor. \OTICK nf lvrH\TI' TrtHKUIXTKIt r)850
pits.! and 20c for and playing drop the handker i Susie. I the mornings. : : FU'TITIII'NI.) .''MKNOTICK I'. Fountain Fountain.. Defendant Plaintiff, face".. Arty I ,

something of that sort Wyenla has that far away IH HKKKKY OIVKN.i 23. No.... .
chief
or 4.OIlDKft
that the underKlicned under thervlsl.ns -
think congratulations are In Onle Mae\; Starling and Lora Snooper just can't get over won dreamy look In her eyes wonder 8th Grade Girls of Chapter 20913. I>awi ANI :NOTICK OK PUBLICATION TO ; r

er for Frances Noegel and Crews are a couple of real track derful movie I saw tother nlte.I (Ilf it's Billy M. itt, Florida, Aria of. 141.. will nutInter HTATK OK KMUUI APPEAR to: I

'othy' Grlffu. In case .you I stars when It comes to grabbingthat ( "Keeper of the Flame. Had to I That petite Barbara Keen In Something new has been addedto with In and the for rlerk Bradford nt the County ClrrultCourt dress fountain la I hex who 244* ,residence,Itoute, :'I.r; ,

n t know they both are getting kerchief and vacating In a alt down on third row and spent the first one to school each morn- our class-It was Jewell Pur- Florida' the fictItious name of P. M.. lieorirla.' 3, Camilla. !

"Tied this week In fact they hurry, I I half me time count In' Hepburn's t IlnA;;. sely. She was formerly In the .HTOItKH.raved ;and under doln' which bualnean I at mm en April You fith are,, 1943 required, In' to appear on I 1
the
1 Probably already be married Eva Fa" 'I..* K "r*""* tnnn..rn I freckles. Will someone please ; -Sophomore Spy. seventh that grade but she was so Htnrkw.tin* Center Mradford and at County.: 141 Call"' .,HI..n.j Keek Court. and dl..r.cause.... wherein above plaintiff I named i I \' II Ill

"II this paper goes _to press J Jwho.o At least that' what Dooley says tell Arllne not to shed anymore smart they moved her up to That the Maid btmlneKH. la owned Telegraph Khali publlKh Ifrndford.. County 1 I" :

: tremor class wishes and she should know for Eva tears over her- prize I frecklea 10th Grade Boys the eighth and now she Is with and tereated operated parties by: the following In. I In next four weekly 'IKHUO thla. Order I t. '

'IJl all the happiness In the.surely did save the day for her. cause Snoop done found out theydon't us. Leo II. Pfaff. 222 Fourth AvenueNew seal Witness at Ktarke my, "hand and. official ..,"
Florida this March '
:d. t( For further Info., ask them. hinder a career. j. Wonder why Cozette Sapp always We had several girls on the. At York City. 4lh 1441 j :
Starke, Rradford Count, I OFKICIAI. ;
bat' honor roll this "";A'.
month
Is a nice Sat., Speaking of Itars. quizzed a and we Florida ) A. J. Thomas
thought to end Got to the State Farm heads for the Rita theatre thin 3rd day of Marrh. 'A. Clerk of said { "ut. 'I :

!1 h thIs week or .Is It? Never- Just in time to see Mary Jo C.' few of the kids'tother day and every time she gets off work? hope to have more next month., 2-U 194S. 4t ..2 tKO O. PP'Al'I ,William..1.1... Ally It. )Morwan Jarkannvllle, I.',
less
i Will. ) and Lorene M., threw Bobby found favorites as follows: Nina I have been told that tbe certain Joyce Moore reporter. furl'lf-, 3-S 4t 3-2 \. 1

sft. 4 -B. Crews In the rIver Seems he and Bobble-Lana Turner: Ar Soph-girl that I spoke of a few .. .'IHr"IT ('nrItT.'FONII. IV ('IIM'I IT soi Hi'. .
: pit
'I>
Office supplies of..ll kind for COI"-STY Fl.Ollllltl 1-4 ll ''iDrlhert ., e-OHII
"Red" C !
line-Don Barry Judy- lTV, "
had wet them and they were paying ; weeks ago. has lost some of her c-I'll 9. KI.ONIU4I IV ('", I'

II Gradehe him back. Need you be .so Elsa Maxwell: and Snooper the Interest In Mack Futch. l.nJfOI at The- llrndfcrd County $ '.. Keller. plaintiff.,, .... I"n..h CKHV.!.. llrlme, Plaintiff' ... u'i..,.
and only Buggs Bunny. Telegraph.iv Mildred Heller. I liefendn llolmeii riefendant' ;
; 'I
harsh girls. one Wonder why Arline Dew was ""F.fo:" f.. pi'nrrseIoV {, ; fane No 213.: I,'1
I
two week: Seems that Orchids or should we say out eating at 2:30: last AND NOTICE TO APPKAIt ktn.gr. PI'BLICATIOV
seventh grades the boys Joke of the a. Bis Sat. rmrriT roi HT. R AND TO APPKAK
: STATIC OP 'I.
I girls are having a little Red In fourth period History IV class Shamrocks Betty Turner on urday night? ro.1'Y. FI.OHIIMI BHUt; whose. FiAlLilA addreita| la to:Tot Mildred l.ln. HnlmeH.HTATK' OK. V'.tHlfI'A. to: Ma
'sI drive' m a ki n g her birthday March 17. I'm Wonder where Harrell KHV. Hu......., Kannao.. whose reelUvnc* I* Whit' .1/
of their own. We are Professor Futch was Bryan f.v uhton Note Plaintiff, v'*. Is.n"r" ney. Mouth! Carolina, "
rfng to collect 3-OO In each assignments tor reports on historical sure we all celebrated me old met the Mexican lassie we see him 2140.Franco NoUn, f>.f.ndant. &'... No.I are.. IIM.1 required In the to above appear named on April YOU 6lh.are I94J.required: : to appear on ,1 :I
In
' St. Pat's also the shove itame.l ,.
fu-r-rien birthday and
m. cause, wherein
Comingto plaintiff
with much?
men and events. so OKDEB OF "'[' Lll'\TION Court and cause, wherein .
plaintiff
.
Johnnie he clearly on March 17th. ANt NOTICK TO APPBAK I seeks dlvorc Bradford County aeekH dlvorr.. Hradford ,
Carrol. Lois Newsome's name Sophomore Spy Jr. Telegraph shall publish Ih''. Order County
a boy who was fiT ATE Of Telegraph ahall
FIXiHJPA to: Frmicm I publish thin
Guess I'd better stop now and In next four Order
the weekly Inane
our room left for Tennessee said. "Lois will report on Vol' wh".. r.s.ld.ne. i I. H. V. L). I Wltn.... hand In next four weekly Issues.
and official
, amble on to the OP tower..; per eesil .t year Income t. NashvIlle my Witness
Week.Ur Lois distressed up Uenrcla. aeal at Htarke "Florida( thla March my hand and official' ,
) trust company. Futch. li Can't keep any of me ole fellow War BOB*!. win kt.l. I. You are r..qdlr' . cla"s |I. was '"But Mr. April ftl b.. iass. In I h. bovnami" ,. ird. l 41.'OKFICIAI.
rive to selling: sandwiches reply trust!" I watchers awaltin* you know. r-Te. th* planes antl lank Court and rail., wh.rtln A flerk anAL) A. .7. Tlioma HRAI.) A. .1. Thoma :,
not a a of said' Court.
the Red Croes Fund. want a man Ima Snooper. will lasers defes-l ef Hitj j plaintiff .Mk. dlTorr.. Hnulfurd 'l'. frank Jjindrum, Htarke. Florida SC>. Clerk, of said. ("ou t. I t
"Hep"burn T Frank
Claude Ye Ima Katharine I County T.ap"' ; *hll publish ChU. .aiidrum.. Mtwrke." Fla.
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(If PACK FOUR BRADFORD COUNTY 1EXKORAPH. STAttKK.!: FLORIDA FRIDAY MARCH 19. 1943II


Junior Woman's Club !celved recently from the dean of Baptist Circles this time.I ,
II I SOCIETY; and CLUBS Brenau College stating "You can'not I
.1.1I Has InstallationOf Have Enjoyable :MeetingsCircle The Devotional was given by
( Imagine .how .ihriljed) ..I. am
.. ....umu_ __ .. Un. New'OffietfS Catherine been elect- Mrs. G. W. Alderman and thi
because laB Two of the Baptist W. members enjoyed an
I
I Activities St. Patrick's DanceAt ed Into the Academy Honor So- U. met at the home of Mrs. accordion
;1 :Miss Frances Noegel Greater At a meeting of the JuniorWoman' 1M solo by Miss Madge Brownie.
from ,
I Aside scholarship
ciety. W. L. Wall afternoon
Monday
accompanied at the
WSO USONCCSIs piano
Becomes Bride Planned By Club Wednesday night by
I loyalty leadership and dependability with eight members and two Mrs. J. E. Futch. A readln/
Of William II. Clark At Meeting Last FridayThe Colorful Event March 9th, the following newly Installed are prerequisites for mem- visitors present "Ruth Follows Her Savior: ,
elected officers were formally was
Catherine
Good -
going
of theWomen's thanks all of the ensuing bership. Mrs W. B Alexander led the given by Mrs. H. A. Lawson
to In
regular meeting Many to serve
many
?xi In a beautiful wedding ceremony ,.*" old girl I always knew
' 1 at 9 o'clock Thursday nightat Service Organization of the generous v o 1 unteers 'who year: I. you'd reach the top Glimpsed devotional on the "topic of "Ye Collection for the afternoonwas

St. Mark's Episcopal Church the USO was held Friday mornIng helped to make a happy and gala Mlsa Abbie Harley J President.! Eve Godwin helpin' relieve Shall Be Witnesses. Prayer was $7.95.The .

Caro I Noegel at 10:15 o'clock In the USO- occasion of our St. Patrick's Day led by Mrs. W. J. Epperson who April Meeting will be
Miss Frances y n ,Mrs. Fred Ouy! +Vice-PreMdent.: the womanpower shor a g e at held
also had of the Mlsslonarjr -
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. H. YMCA with the president Mrs. celebration on March 17th -jid Miss Fran Secre Leila's a few days this week : charge with Mrs. P. M. Barefoot.

Noegel. of Cedar Keys became Frank Wilson presiding. who joined us In welcoming to Oppcrman. I Hear Robert Jackson Is rated an Program assisted by Mrs. 'The business women's circle ot

the bride of William Hoyt'Clark Among the Interesting matters our USO Club' a group I of twelve tary.Miss "Instructor" at Boca. Raton Field T. B. Harding. Mrs. Ben Argust the Baptist W. M. S., Mrs. L. A.
Della Rosenberg, Treas and Mrs R. A, Thomas.
son of' Mrs. Allle >Jones of Elllavllle. under discussion was a proposal Free French officers and sailors Professor Jackson If you Canova circle leader met Monday

Miss. The Rev, Fred Yer- by Mrs. .. W. Kincaid that the who came over from Jacksonvilleto urer. please! .' Mrs. Harding reported that night at the home of Mrs. W, B,
keii. rector, officiated, using the American Legion building be used attend our formal "Erin Oo The newly elected officers were seven in the circle are taking the Mundy.. Twenty member were

traditional ring ceremony. for purposes of an officers' club Bragh" ball. 'given beautiful cors8-pi''and the book "They Need Not Go Away". present eight of whom attendedfor

The bride's sister Miss Max In Starke since there are four These Frenchmen liked the retiring officers were presented Seems our dairymen are takln'It and Mrs. Alvarez reported giving, the first time. The devotion.als .

Ine Noegel was bride's maid, and USO Clubs for the benefit of en- kelly green decorations softened '' with gifts as an appreciation of on the chin as well a!* other baby clothes to a needy mother were led. by Mrs Charles

Harley F., Strong;, 'acted as best listed men, but no place for officers with lovely a r r a ngements of 'I' their work In the club. These parts of the anatomy in .tecent Mrs. Thomas gave notice of the Torres her subject being, "The

man. The bride, was given In and their wives to'gather.It asters lilies and dogwood. Pretty were: weeks Hear Roy Mathews quarterly rally at Brooke, April I great commission"

marriage by her brother Stanley was suggested that this matter favors of shamrocks, pipes.. and Miss France Peek, President. came out second best in a bit of' J 9. The regular offering was $9 The was In
J program charge
Noegel. She was dressed,In.navy be'tafceVtitp, ,with the lgUm"and tiny 'Irish flags seemed to appealto 'Miss Elizabeth! Joiner Vice- cow cow-boogie tother day suffered. and the Week of Prayer offering Mrs. L, H. Jennings, and the of
defeat
like the
blue with white accessories ,.rd}\ also'w but was "Bap.
carried white camollaa) oil' "her the Red Cross, but later it was de- changed for these their Free recently by Frank Peterson meeting was closed with I and "
Miss Sec- date Democracy. Mrs Jennings
Marguerite Oeyorlo, black
Roy Is definitely sporting a I -
Braver book which were afterwards ciiie.i. to postpone action until I French enslenla Dins. They en- prayer by Mrs. Alexander after assisted
was on the
retary. pro.
u ed' .n a corsage. The after the Red Cross War Fund joyed the green Iced cookies and ring around his right eye which a salad course was served Mrs. E. L.
Mrs. Guy Sale Treasurer.The Sunday Scenery: Jewell (Southern the gram by Biggs, Mrs.
blue
bride's maid wore a light Drive. green candles served from a by hostess. Brownlee and
W Mrs.
J. L.
suit, with accessories of luggage Miss Marie Register USO picturesque punch table. They president appointed the Bell) Harbin, Stanley Noegelan The next meeting will be held Canova. The closing prayer A.
out"Lp was
tan. and a corsage of salmon hostesses In found pleasure In the companyof following chairmen' committees sister Maxine "airing with Mrs R. A. Thomas. '
assistant requested offered ,by Mrs. A. E. Lightfoot
little' black an'
gladioli. The Church was beautifully Saturdays working fair hostesses who added such : ; : their yellow Circle Three met with Mrs', H.
the building
/ on Can'twatt to Bee Mrs, Brownlee was
decorated with white gladioli ,' In three-hour shifts from 3 grace and charm to the grand Finance, Marguerite Deyorlo. buggy L. Brownlee at her home bn N. appointed'
In A Jam" to chairman. Mrs.
and dogwood: to 10 o'clock. Mrs. W H. Noll- march. They loved the Irish, Social Frances Peek. "Assorted Ladles Cherry St. Monday afternoon at Orphanage Tor.
Mrs. Clark has spent most of I chairmanto American and Viennese waltzes be offered by those young Barry- 3 o'clock., res Community Mission chairman,
man was appointed as I Membership, Katie BHS at asked that books and
Wainwright an' Cornells of
her life in Staika. and will receive these played by the 117th Infantry mores Mrs. Ann Poyner, circle chair- magazinesbe
organize groups.Miss left with her for
school house distribution
from Bradford Irish Publicity Elizabeth Joiner the tonight with all
her diploma Orchestra, and the song' : man, opened the meeting
High School at the commencement Register also asked mem- led by Anne Elllotte. They, as Program Lucile Mitchell. Hear Eva Fay Gainey as the female present repeating the Lord's It was decided to name the circle
of current
bers to bring copies
: In May. She has also been well as the rent of us, experienceda Parliamentarian Faye Peter- psychologist and Jewell Prayer In unison. Eleven members for. Louise Brantiey. of Tallahaanee .
working spare time with the magazines to the building as soon real thrill at the musical soundof son. Powell as a fugitive from a were present Mrs., A. E.Llghtfoot. who is a missionary
are through with them, to
as they ,
worth the
Southern Bell Telep hone Co, "La. Marseillaise" sung by all straight jacket are president of the W.
and also suggested that a numberof Africa.;
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since January and will likely I first In French, and repeated In Meet price of admission themselves M. U., met with the circle at
continue there for the time be- potted plants would add to the English.I' Chaplains Seems like a long time since I l t'I At the close of the meeting Mrs.!

attractiveness of the building. The we've had school dramatics to So See assisted Miss
The Free French guests were The regular meeting of the any high long you Mundy by Betty
ing.Mr.. Clark Is a watchmakerwith matter of shrub bel' y for the entertained before the dance with Protestant chaplains of Camp so let's all turn out and there .. I I Green served refreshments of pie

Harley F. Strong jeweler! grounds discussed surrounding and it the was buildingwas decidedto an Informal: "Shamrock Sandwich Blanding and ministers of the I see what the youngsters are up --Carolyn.I I I and coffee.DV.RK .

near Camp Blanding and has Buffet Supper." We are greatly Starke Ministerial Alliance was' ..
write to various nurseries and
been In this vicinity for over a indebted to' Mrs. Mike Dew for held at the recreation room of I
see what could be obtained in
year. After a brief wedding trip her part in making this party the Starke Methodist Church on ,
the of donations of plants.
to St. Petersburg where they will way most artistic attractive and Interesting Thursday. The program was provided -'

visit the bride's sister Mrs. E. H.I The following committees were for our Free French by the Rev. Geo. C. Powell.

Davis, they will live at the home appointed: Mrs. C. A, Knight, guests The next meeting will be heldas

of the bride's auriC-Hrs A. M.' chairman of hostess committee i' The NCCS la most grateful to the guest of Chaplain Stimson

Mixon.'on the corner of Call and for lances; Mrs. J.' W. Klncald all of our various committees for of Camp Blanding, The date. will

Water Streets. and Mrs. W. H. Nollman, Chair-I their unselfish cooperation and be April 19. STARKE FLA
man and co-chairman of general splendid work which is buildinga .J' ,'

WSCS Members Elect hostess committee; Mrs. L. beautiful monument to the war Office lIuppUt'"Of all klndt for


,Delegates. To Convention chairman W.O. U Koch Beauley;, Flower magazine and committee Mrs committee Kincaid, Mrs; effort of Starke. NCCS uso Mule Telegraph.at The Bradford County Sun. Mon. Tues. --- March 21-, 22 23

S. C. S. of the Methodist -
The'W. '
Klncald
Special Parties, Mrs. ;
church met Monday after- Mrs. John Healy, co-chairman JI r<< f4f ""-rnil,, l "i '.a : ff '''
noon In the church school rooms 4

with The an president attendance, Mrs.of W.22 O.persona.Halle publicity Carolyn Call;street ... TOPPING Every Merry Hit They Ever Gave Ton! .'J

and Mrs.
conducted the business) session elected as a delegate

and after routine business had Julius L Thorn as an alternate

been transacted delegates'were It was announced that Circle One 4a Greater, and gayer than "Buck Privates"! i
Well" folkSeems a little and Battalion Commander and I
would meet I in April with Mrs. .
ference elected to of attend the the Florida Annual WSCS Con L., D. Vining and Mrs. D. P. Car- quiet doesn't It? Klnda "In am his adjutant, or as the Army "In the Navy"! "Hold That Ghost"! "Keep

Circle Two would meet between Divisions" as it were. says his S-l. Quite a coincidence -
which will be held In Orlando. with penter Mrs: Frank Colley. Wonder If that's why they that we ;two should be so a 'Em Flying"! "Ride 'Em'Cowboy"( "Rio Rita"!
March 24-26. Mrs. Ii a tie ,was
Mrs. Vining had charge of the call 'em Divisions-'cauee you get closely associated after 11 years u

program and she presented Mrs. divided from some very beautiful separation and the fact that there wf i

YOU CAN GET L. W. Koch who led In the devotional friendships every time. one pulls are only, three ,officers in the
service Mrs. Koch usedas out? '. .".But, tben.there'. alwaysthe regiment from Florida"1 *'!{all. ,,x y, 'nI

REAl RELIEF her subject "Prayer": and gavea new ones to look forward to Scootle aays It gave her quitea

So dry tears. know
helpful talk along that line. your girls bang to that the boys-

fum! ACID Mrs., Leonard F. Smith was also You don't want the newcomersto even those as far away as Africa ,I

INDIGESTIONI presented and she reviewed the catch you with a shiny nose -still read the Telegraph and
do ? .' There that's better with ,
subject of The Church's Responsibility you keep up what's going on on
the the home front She thinksIt
to Uprooted Peopleof
oughta make everyone work
I the United States. -

BISMA-REX i The pastor, the Ret. G. C. Scootto Duke is thrilled to a little harder and lend a helpin'
hand often when know
more they
Powell: l, was present and had for pieces at recelvln' letters In prac
that the fellows on the fighting
the mall from Ben
distribution the new mission tically same
front know what you and you I
an' Milton
study books "The LatinAmerican Sternberg Brownlee II
localltes now comprlsln' an Important and you are doing-that is. ifyou're
Circuit" and the "Latin-
Carpenter's Drug Store doing anything at all!
of the in N.
America, U. S. A." part scenery :
Africa The boys mentionedthat t
they'd jus' been read In' a Slarke lout one of Its most pop- .

FUNERAL DIRECTOR Nov. 20 issue of the Telegraphwhich ular Army wives Tuesday when ,
led Scootle's Marie Hamilton ,left for Hamilton t
can picture on
My Many Yearn Experience Makes It Feasible for Me to Render the front page In connection with Ohio ,.' .- .;' She'll be greatly '
EFFICIENT. PROMPT and COURTEOUS SERVICE missed for ,fewJ Indeed failed to
.
Red Crows work Ben wall t
: MODERATE} PRICES remembertn' those Kingsley Lake know Marie of. I the attractive

? DeWITT JONES parties back In the good ole days smile and witty tongue ,, .. Hope :

Starke, Florida while Milton wrote "I gueda you she gets around some day. to '

,, ...._ ..... w. ..... ... ... .J .. .. ..._ .... -know------- that Ben !-.- now a T-.ft.. Cole flnlshln' her' book,' "The Private I
Had A LadyT) and hope all
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.I the will be
chapters as good as
.I .. .I'" yiltGESt
the first six, which I was privileged bplMi LESS 'I

of to preview Glimpsed
Sa lOll Leila Mundy an' Ruby Johns off i <
tct t&t'l4iS'f.1)\-1--, .
t
oC I J O eau / to Jaxvllle Wednesday to learn t1+ea f
the mysteries of admlnlsterln' the t \1\

I revolutionary new cold ray per-

manent waves Incidentally I

hear the fee starts at $15, whichis

: /dt'/tf In v.e. "J evidently caluculated to give
: ANNOUNCES yours truly a cold shiver aswell
:
;: as! a cold ray However .
with' torrid temperatures' coming

/ on, 'twill probably be worth It
>) ,
: .- ..... to have heatless I
"-- \.. a permanent
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w-__.. Rather Irrev ft r e n t note this

: week from. Hugh .Ingram who's
drlllln with the other swlftles at I

t ,. Camp Swift. Texas "How are .
Via you, you old scandalmonger," he

aasses. "Hope you're still kickIng will
that Ink bottle around 'caune '

Na4 I'm subscribing to the Telegraphand VIRGINIA'BRUCE

I wouldn't want to miss anv ,

,, -- NO HEAT of the the dirt names even were though rather for un awhile Robert PAIGE leif ERIXSONs

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familiar. You seem to be getting Lionel Ahrill
NanWgnn Samuel S. BindsTip
back .to the older residents late- .
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NO MACHINES.THfU &
ly." Well now' that you men % Tap and Toe Dancers I
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tion It, Sappo J' believe I did ,

.n./pra-.a glimpse a coupla "older real- S THE SARONGA DANCING GIRLS 3 3v

{ A triumph of madam M.......THfUMm dents" not more'" a week or so
ago But they're few an' far 'and I.
-J. AU THI MIRAdlS O! COtD RAY. between these days By the THOSE SENSATIONAL HARMONY HITS

wa)'. folks Hugh: feels kinds "
HAW CONDITION In COLD rot* tad on+ ofl types of hair. II'. Iii, coMnrn CONVIMUNCII in COLD all alone out In those wide open THE FOUR ,INK SPOTSIT

RAY,magic(often tow ganriy through .... ....-mind ..--.. AY, wo offor you .....tI_ mola spaces of'Texas- e', So If you'd
yowhotlasold and .hold your curl ddn.l.rwmwhldtekes.olal.ath.n make soldtar
NOFTIRSTRONOIRCURLS Ib a ,happo. jus' dropa
loud of satin croam. tawHt ..... glvo *K... on ordinary II... -- 1' I p
Hoar to taft .Its .Ilka. pun tforduMltOf COLD RAY you gt o..da..tuoc._ And long altar' her. your COLD line to good'fol I.;:Sappo w f ROCKS WITH HKYTHMI
curhl Not normal hair but you t S
only an fe
Address Is: Pvt. Hugh B. 1
Al COMFORT)In COLD RAY...... ov.n on many type of hair hard to RAY youl be .v.r M grataM,for.Htoff Ingram. "Do I Worry "Lovel,Loan.
k..painfui MrolcMna.. of your hair nofMUne. wava. with h..H Rest of all _vd' 'nc' .. for I i I.eva yaw hair 34543450, Co. "K, 386 In!., APO I .v' *J.v:Ii.,." "Shout Brother Shout
,..,..o maehkre. .110 wslehrd. down itrongar,longvr-lailing. eels aH along and monog.obU ... boautlftfRy, 445 Camp Swift, Texas .
.COLD..Y to..,......... and Iho...doI......too. cuy la Myla/ far any occasion. ..and other Song-saUonsI '
"Ia the anonymous letter route:
CAll rot AN AtPOIHTMtHT/
"Wonder why Jere McCord was

so happy last weekend? Was It

ofeita'J Beauty Sa Ion a letter from overseas or that ALSO

long distance phone! call front

Pennsylvania tother ?" .
night
Telephone< 149 STARKE. FLORIDA LATEST WAR -" 7
AA .. A Hear the W" Hn,Nollmans were NEWS
r .. ., ... r" pleased no end over a letter: re-

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:MARCH! : 19 INS BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STARKK. FLORIDA PACK FIVIi I"I"I


B. J. Dahmer. of Petite Office supplies .f all kind. forsake I
Studios Tests Bus Drivers
Navy
BITS of LOJAL NEWS
is visiting his former home, Cad-I I at The Bradford County
illac. Mich. Hit waj called toCharlevolx To Be Given Here Receive TrainingAs Telegraph.i&qW.

Mich., two weeks ago On April 2nd
.L Raybtn recently had asguest Friends of W. A. Colley will Mrs. O. J, Griffin of St. Au to the bedside of his father, a sort of conservation I

{. : his mother, Mrs. Esther, regret; to learn that he Is ill In gustlne Is spending sometime Henry Dahmer who died Wednesday Qualifying tests for the Navy measure, the Office of Defense I ,

I of Lakeland. Riverside Hospital, Jacksonville.Sgt. here with her daughter, Mrs March 10, and was burled College Training Program will be Transportation Is sponsoring a ,
'bin, I
\
Ethel M. School Hu Drivers' T r a I nlng
Biggs. last Friday. administered at B. H. S. on Friday
Lr. and Mrs. Louis W. Koch George Sllcox of Fort April 2. between the hoursof Course for the driver Jin Bradford -I I ,

leave Monday for a few' Banning Ga, Is spending a 10 Mrs. J. C. Robinson of Apopkaand 4.00O baby chicks, for sale each 9 and 11 A. M., according ,to County. This Is a state

s' visit at Arcadia. I Iryt' day furlough at his home here. Mrs. W. H. Wight and son,, week at Key hatchery' Hampton, an announcement yesterday by wide project every County In the .1
Bill, of Sanford are guests this Fin, 12 ef'ftta.h.. 4 Foster Shi Smith, principal The State having, the same course of ..

for sale at' Key Hatch- W. M. Carter, pharmacist, who week of Mr. and Mrs. James A. test will be given here by Mrs study and well.Is no doubt nationwide \ )

Itunpton.' Fta. I/ 1 was at the Canova pharmacy fora Lewis. PINE LEVELIty Grace Walnwright. as f
few : The course will. consist! of 20
weeks has
returned to
"- Mrs. H. M. McKae The purpose of the training pro
lira E. J. Dahmer has as her: Koch's. Mr. and Mrs. L. S. Hutto had Officers hours of instruction by some
Is to produce Naval
gram u
lit 'her mother. Mrs. Eva Al-: as week-end guests Mrs. M. C. The people In this section are designated authority along that
high school seniors high
Cadillac Mich. I Comer Mills, Mrs. Ttllman Hutto and busy planting their spring crops ; line, and will have as its aim to I
from Perryman will leave school graauates and college students \t
Miss Lecy Denmark, of Jackson Miss Blanche Warren af Worth- conserve equipment, gasoline, y/ Ii
Saturday for Oxford Ga. where have
who appear to potentialities ..
Icol. and Mrs. ,D. E. Knight he will enter the Freshman class ville. Ington Springs was a recent guestof along this line will be tires and mlleaice. Charles Hardy, i
Miss Mamie clerk In the office of the County
In Jacksonville .Kelly.
Int a few days of Emory Junior College.The selected.
I White leghorn chick for 13 Superintendent, stated Wed n ..s-
week on a business trip.n't II Mrs. C. B. Emery and family of I 9
s eligible

I The following groups are
cents at
I Rev. David Rose, who has Key Hatchery. Jacksonville were visiting Mrs to take the test: day.The \l.1
fall to see. the two one-' J. R. Hall Sunday. first Installment of 4 hours
PU's which will be given In been assisting In the work of the Judge A. Z. Adkins was In Mr. and Mrs. O. J. Wolfmeyei I' 1. High school and preparatory'school was given Thursday. March 11, by ,

Bus auditorium tonight ,by Episcopal Church,, has returnedto Palatka last week visiting his and. children of Gainesville were graduates who will have G. P. Cause, Transportation EXPERT I SHOE

clam In Creative Reading.ting his home In Pensacola. sister, Mrs. -Lizzie Townsend, who visiting Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Hall'(attained thel rlTth but not their Supervisor with the State Department REPAIRINGNothing
and Speaking. has been in, the hospital there recently.Mrs. \120th birthdays by July 1, 1943, of education. .The second
'
J. F. Colley was called to Cut for several weeks. f regardless of whether they are
: Robert Myrlck and MIA of the series was to be held yes But Top Quality
has returned awba N. C., last Friday because now attending college.
,Ira H. Owens Odessa McRae were business visitors terday. It Is held from 10 A. M. Leather Used
visit of several weeks with of the death of his brother-in-law, Mrs. E. S. Matthews returned 2. High school and preparatory
,1 a to Jacksonville and
fctlves in Newport, Tenn. James Keever. Wednesday from Orlando where were accompanied home Saturday by Mrs. school seniors who will be graduated until 2 P. M., and practically all TheElectric

she ,spent two weeks with her by July 1, 1943, provldecthey of Bradford County's 35 school .
A. F. Hall and children, who Shoe Shop
Lt. W. S. Koch, Mm of Mr. New Hampshire baby chick at son-in-law and J daughter Dr. .and spent the week-end here with relatives. will have attained their 17th bus drivers attended the flrat Acrewi. From Park TheatreSEA I

Mrs. L.. W. Koch has been Key Hatchery, Hampton Fla. Mrs. H. B. M ,Lendon.11nn't I'but not their 20th birthdays by meeting. ,
I that date. ,
Insferred from Boise Idaho to Mr. and Mrs. B. M.: I
McRae. Mr '
fall to the
Nee two ollt'It't -
Mrs. W. H. Struth spent the 3. Students who will have attained I
Utah where he is pilot which will be In and Mrs. H. M. McRae and children -
ndover. week-end In Jacksonville with her pin)* given! their 17th but not their !
j a B-17 Flying Fortress and daughters Mrs. W. L. Edwardsand the BIN auditorium tonight by Gwendolyn and Shirley and 20th birthdays by July 1, 1943, FOODS CHICKEN DINNERS i.,

tiles a crew of nine men. Mrs. Frank G. Bauknight. the flaw In Creative Reading, Mrs. Wesley McRae were visiting who do not hold certificates of
Writing and Spxaklng. friends afternoon.Mrs. at. Lake Butler Sunday graduation from a secondaryschool STEAKS CHOPS j jTE jI
I
but who are now continuing
Mrs. E. P. McCollum returnedlast Ellen Lowe and children
A MEMORIAL FOR YOU of their educatln in an ,accredited IPTIN(;. TASTY. SANDWICHES 'f I
week from Tavares whel'eshe Sanderson have moved to our ,
college ,or university. MADE PIES>>
DELICIOUS HOME
MARBLE & GRANIT MONUMENTS spent three weeks at the section and will make their home ,
Applicants must be male citizens
home of her son. Mrs. McCol here. __
MRS. J. M. MITCHELLYour !: of the United States; must 'I
lum la a valued employe at the Mr.
and Mrs. Albert Conner be morally and physically quail-\
Local Representative USO. and daughter. Mrs. Owen McRae fled for the program Including a A & A LUNCHEONETTE ,

and Mr. and Mrs. Tom Crawfordand minimum uncorrected visual"' ac-

Baby chick for sale each day children all of Lake Butler, uity of 18-20 for each eye; must In Park Theatre Bkltf. Starke FloridaVAUGHAN'S
at Key Hatchery. were dinner guests of Mr, and ,
be unmarried, and agree to remain '
Mrs. H. M. McRae Sunday even unmarried until commissioned \ i,,"
Mrs. L. E. Jordan who spenta '
ing. \ !
THE LAW PROVIDES THAT ; must show potential officer
week here with her sisters, Pvt. Robert Myrlck of Savannah qualifications, Including appearance J\ :
Mrs. T. J. Griffin, Mrs. Can'leRitch CASTLE LUNCH r
Ga. I .
spent Saturday night and scholarship records J1
and Miss Annie Darby, returned !. '
I MUST with home folks, returning to Men enlisted In branchof "
last week to her homein Savannah I now any '1 ,d :a
Ovelilo. Sunday. the armed service, Including' '
Remember the services at Pine V-l, V-5: V-7 reserves on Inactive Good Eats ;.

Mrs. James Godbold returned Level church this',week-end. I status, are not eligible to take .

CLOSE, AX BOOKS Tuesday to her home In Jacksonville Local YouthsAt the t
after spending several days
here with her mother, Mrs. W. S. Camp RooseveltMany bert Crews, 17, of the State .'
Stroman and her ulster, Mrs. S. I I Farm,' In the 8th grade; Kenneth Prices .
I Mai'tin, 17, Starke, 12th grade: I;
APRIL 1ST 1943I 1 S. Dowling. Bradford Countlans are j "
among the 150 boys and 137 girls 1 I Billy Colnon. 17, son of Dr. and 201 Temple Avenue ;
Come to Stark'Iilandlng for from all parts of the United I Mrs. Lemuel Colson. 12th grade;

helter tailoring and better cleanIng States who are attending the Aircraft | Earl Perry, 17, In 11th grade; .r I I.
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Opposite Park Theatre. and Engine Mechanics Waldon Wadnworth 17, memberof j

Training Course which i openedFeb. the senior class at BHS. ,

Frank's Fine Food cafe which 1 at the NYA Camp Roose- Others are to enter soon Chester ,
Strongly Urge All TaxpayersTo has been closed for the past ten velt War Production Training Project aald. Those Interested are THEATRESTARKE \. ",.

days because of needed repairsand near Ocala. Chester McKinney naked to apply to Youth Personnel .

Before The Dead- no help, will be open this 18-year-old son of Mr. and Field Representative, Mrs. l '
Pay Up week-end Frank, senior, stated Mrs. Volley McKlnney a BHS Cecile J. Fagan, P. O. Box 18 'I.

Wednesday, 10th-grader, along with a group I Gainesville Fla. Midnight Saturday ,' II'

line And*A void Penalty. of other local boys entered Feb ; ;II. 1
,, .' The Rev. G. C. Powell went to' 26. l* f.uu..r 1'nl'IIT JI"\UII'OIlU "Ij/. ;' i
t'ol'V'1'Y, KI.OIIIIIAl tlltMCKIIV. Sunday Monday March 21-22 (//1, ,
Lakeland Wednesday, March 10, ,
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He likes It fine. "I think It Is
to preach the funeral of a pioneer Jam ". MrPonaunrhcy, Plaintiff, VH ;
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the bent place for boys and girls Hannah Mri'onaug-ner, Uec..ndant."a. I ,
Methodist minister, Rev. W. K. ....
No. 23GR. .
16 to 23: to be. Those are the '
Plner, who has been In the ministry I OltlR.IL of )>ITRLJ'ATIOS- I .
.. age limits he said Saturday. ANt NOTir-H TO APlKAItRTATH I
for ,62 years. 1 OK FIxmiDA to: llunniihMrfonAitvhpy
"They give you a place to sleep 'I If
whose rMl SAVE MONEYf and three good meals a day, and Unknown.You I '. '!
4' *. First Class Petty Officer JamesH. have good instructors and good I are required to appear on ,; .
Kennedy of the Seabees, son April 5th,. 14.1. In the above iminxd ,
BY PAYING NOW V:: of Mrs. Arthur A. Dale, was hero equipment. The courses last I 'ourt sacks. und fllvorne.cause, llmdford whrln. pliilntlfl('ountl'T..I"rr"lh I.' .

the past week visiting at the from three to six 'months: have shall. publish thin order ,
In noxt four weekly limuvii.WltnrNN i i. t ) f i
home of his parents who live three nights a week off and one my hand and offluliilft ? ( '
northwest of Starke. ..Hl I at Htarko, Florida, thlv March } I
week-end a month; and our pay 2nd. l ItlU.IOO"Jf'II'IAr.. II
HKAI.) A. J. Thomas
KNIGHT I
-c. A. Baby chick 12 cent ut Key I lsf$10.80 per month. An (''''rk of said Court.M. .
tttarko, Florida, ,. I
K. I'crrynmii
TAX-COLLECTOR On a visit home last week-end. '
Hatchery.Mrs. F. .
Atty. for I'if. 3-5 4t 3-il '
BRADFORD COUNTY. I' Chester gave the names of several I IJ'
other local who are'attending I
boys
P. J. Lang ford and daughter -
d'FL Phyllis returned to their,. the school?,and said there NOTARY PUBLIC tf"it, \"
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home in Frostproof last week were more whom be did not I AND S .
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after spending several days hereas know. Among them are: ''William! 1 : t
guests In the home of Mr. and Baker, 17 of Keystone Heights, OPTICIAN a '.

NAT SEZ: Mrs. W, B. Sewell. a member of the senior class of 337 N. Church St. i'r i

According to the p per>., meat BHS, and his Brother, Anthony STARKE LA. 3Ss\ .
Mr. and Mrs. Van H. Carden Baker, 16, in the 11th grade; Her ,
will Hoon be on the ration Hut left Saturday, March 6, for Gulf- 1 ;fl' I

I i9 along with beans and other food port Miss, where Mr. Carden Is I
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M1 we have all been used to eating. located at the U. S. Naval Ad- Take Care 01 Your FeetWE d ,'ti a ot"a -
y
CT' If they Just let It go at that and vanced Training Base. He Is a St dt I fsrrwe

don't Interfere with m y fried Carpenter's mate 1st Class with ARE NOW SHOWING A COMPLETE>> e I
the Seabees. II
chicken I'll get along. And If LINE OF DR. SCHOLL'S FOOT REMEDIES I II

they decide to end the chickens Don't fall to see the two one- ALSO ARCH BINDERS ARCH SUPPORTS>> !e+., r+w I
Hide 111 manage act which will be given In >> f VY"yy; R.ss1Utl.ws.ss.y, I
across to help our plays CORN REMEDIES, IN LIQUID I PLASTERS S .?,
about ? the BHS auditorium tonight by 1 ,
somehow. How you PADS ETC. ,1i t
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the rlami In Creative Reading.
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and Speaking.
Writing See Our Show Window This Week For

BE SURE AND SEE OUR W. 'TV Clute spent Saturday in '

Ocala attending a meeting of the These Items 4 II II I
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Board of Governors of the State : : : ,

PLAY SU4S;|l '- ., ',',' ,'.'- tfarlon.Realtors'' He Association then went at to Hotel Daytona ; ; I II
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THEY CAN'T BE''BEAT Beach, returning to Starke MANY PEOPLE ARE GETTING EXCELLENT / I

; Wednesday. RELIEF FROM HEARTBURN, SOUR I ,1 ,;

r STOMACH GAS PAINS ETC WITHDIABISMA b
$2.98 to $9.95 L., O. Cowdrey former owner of

the Starke Sign Service returnedto I .I
Starke last week after an absence I 1 l
of several months. He TRY A 50c BOTTLE AT OUR RISKIf '

'- BUY NOWEASTER spent part of the time In New You Are Not Satisfied We Return WIGHT DICK PURCELL ,
Orleans La., but was recently WILLIAM ,
payroll clerk at the Naval AirBase Your Money COlUMilA MCTUII I
SHOES I
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at Gulfport Miss. -
Merl IM I*Y fcM 1 .sea M tat*Art M.*.."....h MMUI.IMTII MM tIle Wllll J

WHILE WE HAVE THEM Hatchery Baby chicks Hampton for Fla.sale at Key BATHING TRUNKSJust i I i

.. Tues. Wed. Thurs March 23-21-23 t.

the Starke visitors to Arrived A Fine New Selec- I'
3.95 Among
$2.98 and Jacksonville last week were Mrs. "THE WAR AGAINST MRS. ADLEY" ;

W. B. Sewell., Mrs: S. S. Dowling. tion of Woven and Gabardine I Fay Hainter ., Edward: Arnold I'::1;

Miss Virginia i
Miss Daphne Norman
KEEP COOLMEN'S"SPORT Styles.! Now on Display .
Sewell, Mrs. A. Z. Adkins' Fri. Sat March 26 ,27 :

Mrs. D. P. Carpenter. Mrs- W. O. to 2.25 DOUBLE FEATURE ,,- i .
SHIRTSLONG Miss Madge Mlddleton and Priced from 1.5O ,
Halle, '
NORTHWESTMOUNTED" t
"RIDERS OF THE
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Mrs. E.. L. Matthews.The .

AND SHORT SLEEVES WE NOW. HAVE SOME RUBBER WATER ., ':l' ,'
Rev. O. C. Powell drove his "

I car to Waldo 'Tuesday. carryingthe GOGGLES AND EAR PLUGS Russell Haycjen ;

$1.50 to $2.95Sternberg's following W. S. C. S. mem
"NO PLACE FOR A LADY" 'r.
bers to attend the Workshop

Meeting of the Gainesville District Koch Drug Store Win. Gargan Margaret Lindsay t

: Mrs. Titus Olson Mrs. Will 10'

Blair Mrs. J. T, Guy. Mrs. J. L. I J J, .

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: u_ ___ ___ ___ ____ u_ ___ __ _________ _._-- FRIDAY, MARCH 19- -,. 19;t

CHURCH DIRECTORY OF ville last Thursday -==
GRAHAM their mother Mr. Maggie Strick
SERVICESFllttT Mrs..Harvey Edwards who has land at Starke. -
By Mrs. Eva Strickland
BAPTIKTHev. the last five weeks here
H. ABOVE HULLABALOO A. K. I.IM.tfo.t, rmmtn* spent Cpl. Leon Drydon of Camp
]tea. N. W.I.... StreetChurib with elatlveH, has moved to Pvt. Lewis Thomas, who la stationed Shelby Miss., spent Friday with
School 9:41: A. M. Waldo.'
Morning Worship 11.00: A. M. in Missouri spent a few his brother-in-law and sister Mr,
H, T. U.. 7:00, P. M. M. Mr. and Mrs. F. S. Sapp Mra. days recently with his father, W. and Mrs Harvey Starling.
8:00 P.
Kv.nl. Worship : J. S. and Marie
Wpdneitday. Worship *:00 P. )E. Sapp daughters, M. Thomas.Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Berry Dyal and
and Selma, and Mr. and Mrs, E.
FIHSTlle 11H'MiODi.T S. Sapp and little son, all spent and Mrs Harley Starlingand son. Junior, spent Sunday with
.... It. C. P........ P..... Sunday in Valdosta Ga. with Mr and Mrs. Norban Thomasof Mrs. Dyal's brother and sister-in-
,
.:& N. Church Street law Mr. and Mrs. Lonzo Goodgeof
t r Church Hohool 10:00: A. MSunday Mr. and Mrs Dewey Warren. Brooker spent Wednesday with Starke.
By LYTLEThe nUJ.L 00 A. M.
Worship U: : M! and Mra. Keen are their father W. M. Thomas.
Young People 7-00 P. M Vanlpe! Mr. ..
and Mrs.
;, { Capitalistic System-For Free Men Only Evening Wor.hlp 8:00: P. M the proud parents of a baby' girl Mrs. Kate I I Harvey Starling
;; f+: ) Wednesday Worship I:Oft P. M.ST. born March 8.Mr. Starling and daughter spent Sunday with Mrs. Starling's If your eyes bother you |let|
J Onle Mae returned. home mother Mrs. Lizzie Dryden of me examine)them and l lit
It Is only under the so-called capitalistic to call his life his own. It takes a MilK' KPI! COPAfcRev. and Mrs. C. B. Chastain afternoon after ye*
Sunday Starke. with If
system that the citizen can brave man to be a politician in a Kre. Y........ HeetWMI ... Jacksonville at spending stones you need then
of Were
have what we are In the habit of totalitarian government: a man who N. Cfcurrfc BlreetChurch visiting awhile with Mrs. Meta Padgett Mr and Mr. J. B; Strickland 30'yean..xperknce.Hobdariand
1 00 A. M. the of and Mrs. J, S.
10 home Mr.
5, calling Freedom. For under any Is willing to take his life in his Sunday Nrhool Worship :II-00 A. 1/. of Tampa. spent the week-end with Mrs. Sundays byappolntmenLTELEPHONE
other system the citizen must be bands.In Sunday Kvenlns 1:30: P. M. Sapp Saturday evening.We Mr. and Mrs. H. G. Strickland Strickland's parents Mr. and Mrs.
ruled by force. a capitalistic country: when a Friday Bvenlna-T-.fO P. M. are sorry to report, Mrs. of Nichols and Mr. and Mrs. G. D. A. Davis at the State Farm. 8.457.
In the capltallsUa state man Is farmer or a laborer or clerk becomes Holy bays 10-: M. J. N. Norman on the sick Its Strickland of Ocala spent Sunday
lre. to use his brains and to "ex wealthy he Is called a capitalist FIRST PHKBHrTKntA.il with Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Waadln
this week also of the little and Mrs. E. Strickland.
: pand" to any limit-those brains are In other words, he owns n.... C.... U. All.... P..t.r one and baby of Waldo
capable of carrying him-except- something over and above his daily:: 3411! North Tfcerrr B' twin belonging to Mrs. Agnes Mr. and Mrs. H. G.. Strickland I, spent Sunday
Church School 10:00 A. M. We Mr. and Mrs. G. D. Stricklandand with Mr and Mrs. IrvIn
that he to prohibited from Injuring bread. This surplus he puts to various Sunday Worship 11 00 A. M.. Sapp. hope a speedy recovery
or from hindering the progress of uses which usually: help him Senior "ru"ad..a ':00 P. M. for both. Mr. and Mrs. ,E. Strickland spent Sunday afternoon with
another citizen.- Raving rt.e ,rein affd"bumi( nity'and'which,advance Intermediate Youth .-00) P., .M..
to forge ahead along whatever path our:'scientific and mechanical civilisation. Kvenlnc! Worship-7:00 P. M.ST. -

his desire dictate be> has no reason If he abuses the powers FDWAHIva! CATHOI.ICBe THERESSA
nor incentive to try to destroythe : which he has acquired he is stepped T...... ... M.r""". P..'.w By Miss. Ida HasanMra.
system: which allows him ,this upon by our own police-the gov Temple. AvenueEarly JAX!
free use of his powers. ernment. Man Divine. 11:00: !erlce! A.. M.. W. D. Garrett of 'Oakland Say
If a man is a farmer and has No other system has yet been Invented Sunday Mann, ':00 A. M. Park spent Several days recently ,'
good hone sense and a fair amountof to give man free play. for Week Day Mass .:00 A. M.KINGSl.EY with her mother Mid J. P. DIcK- ycancan't better beer \ ,
ambition and energy-ha can improve his brains and. energy. Therefore MKE BAPTIST inson.
t his land, add to his acreage, no other system to satisfactory: to lie.*. II. n T/lira.. P..'..
build bigger and better buildings ambitious people. And so these ambitious Service. Every. Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Leon Tomlinson at any price!
t and equip them with all the modern people, who are usually: Sunday School-10 A. M. M.; and daughter of Jacksonville spent
conveniences. The weather and equipped with brains try: always. to Morning Womhlp-11 A. the weekend. with Mrs Tomlln-

worms can slow him up but man overthrow the systems which hold I FCNITMIVT': i. GO".":.. son's p rent ', Mr: 'and,Mrs. R. ..
can't...when we are functioning normally them back. And the systems use 'r"'H"H'\iAt.I'.11 ,
: under the capitalistic system.: force-In the shape of secret police Wirnhlp Service; each. Lord Day, M. Heisey.

Suppose you are a laborer and and the soldiery: -to destroy. those 11 nihl A. 111.rhnol-3 f P. MKvanKellBtlc Mr. and Mrs. Jonny AdkIns and
you are determined to get ahead in citizens who would destroy them. Servlre-a. P. VTu daughters of Jacksonville spent
life and not spend It all digging And so we have what to known as ';Mday-Bible. Study 8 P. M. in Sunday with Mrs. Adkins' parents o t tS tn

coal or coupling freight cars. Well a dictatorship. Sometimes the dictator itlMMinn We\n."day-Chlhlr..n'hail. Ilibl.. Lean Mr. and Mrs S. R. Swin ; l
you can own the "blmkin' mine Is a Feuhrer and calls his government anl I'horal' Work-' P. M. .
some day If. you. really: make up national socialism; sometimes Thtluday-Vlctory I'r..yer Group dell.
:your mind to do so; or you can be a duce and calls his government -8 P 14.FridayEvanxellalIC. Meeting- Lester Zeigler of Miami 'spent (
president of the railroad and fire fascism; sometimes he is a several days recently with his
the "super" who used to make :your king, or an emperor, or a lord' pro- P M. parents Mr, and Mm. J. J. Zelgler.
life miserable when :you were 'just tector, or a sultan-with some other rIlIRCII-- IIR.1T
a "hand." It has been done often. fancy. name for the compulsory: rule One "Io.rk We-t ..l talon: Bun ,

The politician can become President which he or his ancestors have arbitrarily 'Hymn B. I'ill'eV1.'.. ell. t Miss Ida Hagan.. Mrs. Dan UWiMIMSIS
under our Iy.tam-bu' b. can't forced down the throats of Bible Study 10:00 ,AvnMA: Loper, MI'.. Ben Loper, Mr and
In a country which to slave to any a people who have as much right to Morn InK Wor"hlP 7::10: P. .Mlilble M.Kvenlnnc I Mrs. H. D. May and grandson,
rcf those one man control arrangements. liberty as we Americans have. Worship WedneBday 8:00 P. 14. Leon Moorer were visitors to
Study
There he can become ,a Dreamers and planners will for o a
stationary cog In an Iron wheel, or ever'be figuring! out new'schemes ('O.CNITY GO5PwirlON: Starke Saturday

4 he may: be thrown out on his face for spoiling the "good thing" we ...I.P.n..uKlna.I. .. Mile W .f D GataPvangellatlc Pvt. Frank Kelsay of Camp
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because some cog above him have In our country and for getting hervire5 every. Sunday BlandIng was a _recent guest ofhU
,'doesn't like the looks of it He cannever us into some fancy: harness night 1::30. parents, :Mr. and Mrs A. H.
( be more than Just a fright- with themselves at the reins: But ..1. A. Brooks gponno want
_ : jensd servant of some higher up Americans have tasted liberty too Kelsay.. ., ', 3T ? 4. WHEN you
I servant with totpaU will always wake in March 4 Mrfc; K. Q. Johns and relaxation
frightened no right long-they: : up south range 22 east. ; Mr. and

his soul his own and very little time if. real danger threatens. Fannie Albert, a widow to son Grady; of Hampton werevisiting ,. and the joy of heartwarming -
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Clark, Mrs. J P. Dickinson
Jerry D. Clark and Ruby \ ( .
Deeds Filed Pasco Co.; Dock Hlllar!
of Mettle Dyal Hilliard of Bro- 32. township 6 south range Mr. and Mrs. O. J.,Phillips 'and },.':t'i: ;<: ,ask for JAX Beer,thegolden,mellow
Bradford State of Florida ward Co. Neta wife of T. !
; County ; Dyal. 22 east, March 4; children of Lawtey were visiting '
through the Trustees of the D. Dyal; Altea Dyal!, wife of IrvIn Morgan Securities Co.. a New 'Mrs. Alice Jones and Mrs. J.. L. .;' ?" ; Drink of Friendship. JAX is made with

Internal Improvement Fund (Deed Dyal; W. A. Dyal, a widower: Jersey corporation, to A. P. Cais Hightower Saturday. loving care by master-brewers who have

No. 119)) to D. W. Moore (5: for Bert Stokes, husband of Lola of Putnam Co., lots 13 and The revival meeting held at the j
well .
1 acre In section 26, township 7 Dyal Stokes-parties of the first 14 of section 26, township 8, Christian Church">last week wasa spent a lifetime at their jobs. When such .

south, range 22 east, Feb. 27; part to E. E. Waadin, of Alachua range 22 east "subject, however great success. Attendance was skill and knowledge are combined with

Essie Dyal Wasdn Truby I. Co., 150 acres in section 20 town. to certain Umber rights heretofore good and everyone received a +L choice materials and careful
Dyal, Gladys D y'a I Strickland ship 7 south, range 21 east, March conveyed to B. A. Bolton blessing.The ;. vt INOG ageing you

'Ruby Dyal Britt Annie Dyal Milliard 3; Putnam Co., on Nov. 5", March Red Cross'' representative. ggM have a beer that's absolute tops quality

Mettle Dyal Milliard. T.,D. T. J. Alderman and Clara Alderman 10; Miss Ida Hagan, wishes to take and flavor. That'swhyyou'll never be dis-

Dyal Irvin Dyal, W A. Dyal, a to Maggie Elington, $50 for D. E. Knight and N. L. Knight, this opportunity of thanking the

widower and Lola Dyal Stokes as 11 acres in section 22, township his wife, to Thomas J. Murphy people for their donations to the appointed if you say: "Makemine.JAXI"
being heirs at law of Oscar W. south end of Red Cross.
off the
Dy&l, also known as O. W. Dyal, 6 south, range 22 east March 3; seven 13 feet and 14 of block 35 ot Pvt. Rodney Dampier of Valdosta simplycan'i

now deceased, joined in the execution Troy M. Ponsell and his wife lots Peek's addition to the city? of Ga.,W and -son, Blllle, spent buy better beer at any price.

thereof by W. T. Wasdln. Ruth A., Ponsell of Duval Co.. to March 11; Wednesday of last week with Mr Bottle! e

husband of Essie Dyal Wasdm,.' Jerry,Kodatt and his wlfe.'MartlmR. Starke and Lucille C.Jdwaids. and Mrs..,J. J., Ziegler. Askllf Quartr ctanalYi1
Individually, as the heirs of the Kodatt of D u val County, J. M. Edward of th 1{ caua t tt0
his wife to County IV: CIRCUIT C01'RT, BRADFORD'
east half of block 2 of Govern. .
estate of O. W. deceased .
Dyal ; of Florida, a C I MTV, .OH.\I IV til t N
Ruby Dyal wife of the said Truby ment lot 3 of Lakeside, section 22. Bradford, State .KHV. ttoncJ d
subdivision, a strip ot: ,
Plaintiff Bertha
Roy Duncan va
I, Dyal of Alachua Co.; Dewey township 8 south, range 22 east Government wide through and Duncan. Defendant Cane No. 2349. tam'agu{uccs'h0 tau >
r' Strickland, husband of Gladys, March 3; and 50 feet ORDER OF PUBLICATIONAND
section 29 s
in
certain lands NOTHT3 TO Al'l'EAK o4.nVJhc
;" ,Dyal Strickland; Bert BrItt bus- Mantanzas Investment Co. of across 22 east STATE OP' FLORIDA to: BerthaDtm.ran 4
,band of Ruby Dyal BrItt of St. Johns Co., to Foster Shl Smith township 6 south range March 10 whose residence la HoutoZ routhe ,wccsc r
:
road only. Woodvllle, Tennevtiee. 4u theo ,
for purposes g
,., Marlon Co.: Vernon Hllliard. husband and wife, Mary Anne SmIth 40 You are required to appear on lace c t
l's[?; of Annie Dyal Hllliard of acres in section 21, township 7 A. P. Ca i'swell, a single man, April 6th, 194.H.. In the above named wccullina Yorke uathc
I of Putnam Co. to O. W. Hall and Court and .u"e. wherein plaintiff 4
seeks divorce Bradford County
Eva Hall, husband and wife, ot Telegraph .Bhull piihllnh this OrderIn
Putnam Co., 80 acres in lots 13 next four weekly iHNUea. F7
VltneHH my hand and official
and 14, or the south half of the Meal at rrb.'lo'ida. thin F.b.ruary T ,, 1E.C.rtitli.

OFFICESUPPLIES southwest quarter of section 26. 'OKKICIAI.28th, 8BAU) A..1. Thomas N b rM Nhv &. ''Y Y< r4
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township 8 south ,range 22 east \n flerti of said Court. n a t r .
T. Frank Lat Ntarke Fie
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March 10; Arty for Plf.r.". .*,x 3-5 .4t_ 8.81 .. _) .
New -- -- -- ._
Morgan Securities Co., a N.-- "' "

: Jersey Corporation to John

Thomas Cox and wife Ruth Paul-

{ Inc Cox of Duval Co., lot 45: of

r .. .. Indian Beach subdivIsion March a

10: the Service You've Been Looking
!
We Stock Many Items Needed In Ordinary Leah Sapp and husband L. R.A. For1 j
Winslow .
Sapp of Dade Co., to .t.. ..

Busineas Routine Both Civilian And Mili- Johnson and wife Frances Lois / >
Johnson 20 acres In' section 2.

township 7 ,south, range 22 east, Yes it's practically impossible to obtain
tary. Let Us Supply Your Needs March 8; BUY-

A. H. Peny and Evelyn Perry, new. electric: EQUIPMENT today. SELLTRADE

Hall and Thel-
his wife, to Angus
ma Hall 5 acres In section 31. And many people are in real needof
Account Books Box Files
township 7 south, range 22 east
Adding Machine Paper & Ribbons March 6; certain appliances. Perhaps you'reone

Desk Blotter Pads Cardboard Mae B. Wells (widow) to A. J.Wllkerson 1
Card Index Files 30 acres In section 14. oitihese,. ., or you may havean a1 (1!!

1, Desk Calendars File Folders townshIp 5 south range 22 east extra appliance which you'd like
Gummed Kraft Tape March 3 '
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Rubber Stamps Stamp Pads & Ink Mrs. Ella B. Hartline a widow to sell -or to trade for one you need. Electric Appliance I I

Ink Eraser Mimeo,Ink 10 Ralph Pearsall 6 acres in section -
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Shaeffer's Skript in Pints'and Quarts 20, township 7 south range ,Then simply fill in the coupon below
22 east March 10;
Blanks Pads
Legal Legal 4\
Loose-leaf Ledger Outfits J. Q. Weaver and wife Eula E. and let _us help'you..
Weaver of Duval Co., to Foster
Carbon Paper Second Sheets
Shi Smith and wife Mary Anne
Typewriter Paper and Ribbons
Smith, J35O for 60 acres In sec-
Typewriter Oil and ,Cleaner' Ion 33, township 7 south, range t

Onion Skin Paper Mimeograph Paper 21 east, March 10; FLORIDA POWOUT COMPANYHi -- "
Post Binders Paper Punches Ernest A. Wilmot 'and Amy

Duplicate Receipt Books Wilmot his wife, to W. R., Connor 'I v-..
Ring: Binders Salespads and Pearl Conner 20 acres in *

Stenographer's Notebooks section 32, township a south,

Shipping Tags Merchandise Tags range 22 east and 40 acres in
Rubber Type Outfits Postal Labels I section :S, township 6,south, range USE THIS COUPON I I NOW I

Aico-Grip Tabbing i 22 east, March 10 r I

Mamie Marvick. Ostroae, (who
Pay Steel Envelopes Letter-Size Indelible"File-Its"Ink was Mamie Marvlck prior' to her MAIL OR BRING TO YOUR WW

marriage) and Louise Ostrose. her (
Klasp Envelopes Mimeo Styli husband, of Jefferson Texas-lot! FLORIDA POWER & LIGHT COMPANY OFFICE

And Many Other Items 9 of block 35: of Peek's additionto TRADING POST REGISTER

Starke, March 11. Dot......-.,'I?.,...... ,

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ALL KINDS OF COMMERCIAL GUM BRANCHBy 2. La a
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Calvin St rouse of Norfolk, Va.; rtre.rn 'w A
5.Condition ol inside and outside 'finish 4
Bradford spent the latter part of last Good_ Fair_ Poor__
County 6 Will it Motor' Y. ._ /
week at the home of J. S. Sapp. operate now- Ma_ Heating Element. Kt' i

Charlie and J. B. Edwards madea Yea_ N
business trip to Clewtston Fri- 7.Will (UelWbuy)( ) for S Will trade for' _
TelegraphPhone ? ?-
day returning home. Saturday 8.Equipment can be. seen at- Time i .

night. R.marks.); :_
29 Starke, Fla. Calvin Strouse and Miss Margaret M. ,/-e re,er..e VS REPAIRI
nen..,et .. N'::Sa.e. en. .
....... .e we.w..ne..::t.::
I Sapp and Mrs. Agnes Sapp e w eYIOIte01e.1M/1.na.y" ....._

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MAItCH 19. 1943_ (BRADFORD COUNTY TKLKGUArn. STARKK, FLORIDA PACK SEVBI I,
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PARENTHOOD ( week In this snace will be presented a pletura /.
t I'mAN word portrait o( someone whose names news) ,

\ e Harry Shippe Truman U. S. aenator from 1

f rG Missouri since 1934 Is that rare bird a machine .
DOH 1tOBII politician who is thoroughly honest. And

that he Is as busy as he la honest was demonstrated ., '.
I IT 1as..GAIHCB.tz ..cOtcLmwUDI ; lately when the 10-man( Truman Committee

mw.f r of which he is chairman, couldn't spar i;
Aaaodote Ullar. tenets' Meola
HATE
r the time to celebrate the second anniversary

How hard should we of Its birth as a brow-beating question-ask

n9 4 4'r YOUR CHILD'S VICTORY GARDEN Nails and the Japanese? ing, money-saving watchdog of democracy.
i
Just hate their leaders? '
Children show the greatest Interest their sprouts quickly after planting hatred be carried further o Personally chosen by the late Boss Tom i.

; In gardening from 7 to 12. so if and aren't too slow about appearingon all of their armed forces? Pendergast of Kansas City's Democratic party
senatorial
the
you have youngsters that'age give the table as my carrots. Girls we go all the way: and machine, Truman easily won
them a share of the family's Victory: like to raise flowers, and since the entire civilian populaUon I election voted solidly with the administration
'. and said little. It wasn't until he served on
garden which will be all their own. government has emphasized that we I Imagine the .
the Interstate Commerce Committee that he
Elsewhere In your paper you have are not to give up the color and 'propaganda offices In
been told of the importance of these cheer of flowers but to grow them and London have discussed displayed his real talent for Investigation. i io

home gardens and advised on how right along with our vegetable, It Ject from all angles to Truman grew up on a farm. During World \!'
to plant them so we will confine our would make any little girl mighty just what steps they i War I he served in the field artillery emerged i-

ro discussion to their value In your proud to grow flowers for the tableIn distributing hate-provoking a major. After losing his money: in a business
< child's education and enjoyment. her own spot of garden. Marl- al. But without the .. ( venture he was "discovered" by Pendergast.

Though the emphasis Is rightly on golds, cornflowers, petunias and government directed I ;iS v and the man who couldn't make success of

Ntx7 the serious business of growing extra poppies with low-growing sweet hate the feelings of the business was well on the way toward showing
food In your Victory garden it alyssum and other creeping border -this country have pp a
how to make of democracy.
success
us a
may well prove to be a main sourceof will provide many a mixed to Include most all of the ..
outdoor recreation for the family bouquet for beginning essays In lations as objects of I

this summer. Motor trips are out. flower arrangement.But Seldom do w. hear
of course and with extra war work remember it Is far betterto anymore. "You can't

parents will have less time for picnics have one row of radishes or one German people"-which 1
and other excursions with their clump of marigolds as a first garden mon statement at the time r +

children. So sinco.much of your than to nave an over-ambitious I I broke out Now we do b NMO4s ,
own spare time will be spent with' program that the child will abandon German people and the t '

rake and hoe the more Interest you before blossom time. people and the Italian A 4 N

can rouse In your children for work. I The older children will, of course continuing to stand o t'

ing alongside the more companionship i be expected to help cultivate the blood-thirsty leaders. ,

you'll enjoy. i whole garden as part of their patriotic little sympathy for the
Not Meat Loaf But Pea-Potato Loaf! The young beginner should have duty. But for the youngestthis Germany when we hear of

(See Recipes Below) a patch not more than four feet summer of teeming growth will ble destruction being THANS9 RID CROSS '
square. You might give Johnnylast their cities by our
be excellent time for them to
Menu MagicNew year's pansy bed for his garden catch the contagion of gardening It Our attitude has IN FOBEtGN iANt$ SEVERAL
This Week's Menu and Sally a similar pro-cultivated I the-more-killed-the-better THOUSAND US SOLDIERS
Is true that on children
plot For it Is best not to give a many exposure i' *
longer think of the Nazis RECREATION AND
to the mysteries of
plantingand
life for meals-without Tomato Bouillon child fresh ground to break-It may but '
your people like ourselves
harvest won't OF HOME ,
"take. But If
Pea and Potato Loaf to be more or less barren for p
prove cruel
meat That's a problem which concerns picture them as a
Baked SpinachHot one thing, and children need quick' you provide the joyous outlet of who deserve everything
us morefJ
success to win their interest In a working In the earth to only one
Biscuits with MarmaladePear getting
day after day. A i
( new project. For that same reason gardener-to-be you will have a hap.
tv d balanced diet dictates Salad they should plant simple quick-: py child In the making. Those who MME. CIIIANG i

we must Baked Honey CustardRecipe growing vegetables and flowers. Little have worked with children on gardening -
There Is no doubt that It ,
tWJ4 't b have a serving or Given boys usually prefer to grow vegetables projects declare that there gerous thing for the future

more of meat or and it Is wise to choose car- are no problem children among zation for one group of d e

Ash or beans or Cook cabbage In small amount of rots radishes, early lettuce and onions those who become genuinely Inter people to learn to hate .u I'

peas-one of those will All our protein boiling salted water for eight mlrv. for a first garden. These showIJHOU'SE group of millions of NOvaoh' aW't
need-and give us energy build utes. Drain and dangerous thing because p V IC t0 t?! '\

and repair our tissues.' reserve 1 cup liq- fl"l" nent peace can ever be ,, ,, ap9g ptrrt

To homemakers who for years uid. Melt butterin eated.FAXIIION while such feelings are pt0 ypiV
Madame Chiang B0.tH !
MIN.NCO .
have used generous quantities of saucepan Add [ the real answer to just :1 t

meat-this use of other protein food diced celery and -, hate should extend when. .: ( oNttVV

may be a new, but a delightful les cook about 3 min I aird- speech she said: 1 Y d '

ion in cookery. utes. Remove "Christ taught us to

Vegetable dinners please and from heat and ,l In men. but not men

make attractive platters. Considerthe blend In flour. HOME.I1eD While It may be difficult :
Combine cabbage water and creamor to feel bitterness for the
of
excellent possibilities of strips
top milk. Scald and add gradually IYPATRICIA we have suffered at the
green beans carrots clusters of Stir constantlyand the aggressors, let us I 4
to the mixture. : .
white cauliflower and diced beets in continue to cook until mixtureis DOW that recrimination and -5 '
p.Probably "
sauce-topped off in the cen- ,
orange lead us nowhere. We
Add H
thickened.
ter with a poached egg on toast. smooth and our energy to greater )' __ I
cup of the grated cheese and cook Author o* Slstet Mary's Klcchta be fi 1 L
will
Or, here is a loaf made of iron- Remove from heat. that every nation r
until melted.
to use its native genius I wet.
.
supplying potatoes and protein-sup Place alternate layers of cabbageand for the reconstruction of a .

plying peas fashioned In a loaf gaily sauce In a greased casserole more of us will be grow. nently progressive world .. I. .'
with dices amid ing tomatoes this than ever \
tarnished egg Top with carrots and sauce. Sprln year nations participating on o o s RED CROSS NURSES ARt .
broiled bacon: grated cheese before. ble and Just basis." .
kle with remaining The amateur home gardener will SERvING WITH THE ARMY AND NAVY
that
It Is remarkable a
Pea and Potato Loaf. and dot with pimiento. Bake in a find it profitable to buy the plants who represent a nation GbOOO' MORE ARE NEEDED,
hot oven (400 degrees) for 25: min. ready to seVout rather than to tryto'ralse.them.from .. 1943/
(Serve 6)) been for year the object DURING D .1
uts. seed himself. '
tablespoons vltaminlsed margarine Pork and Parsnip Luncheon Dish. But In either event take care not man nation aggression should feel by a any blaad.'M' .. 'I. j i

!4 cup dry bread crumbs (Serves 6)) to set them out in the open ground J Y hatred for that nation ,; I

1 cup fresh or canned peas mashed 1 pound fresh pork diced until all danger of late spring frosts e broad vision. Christ-Uke In

1 cup cooked potatoes mashed 1 medium onion minced that might nip the plants is past. ognition of justice, goes Bradford County -
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!i teaspoon salt 3 cups boiling water If the gardener intends to support shifting emotions of most piihllHh this Older Watch You Y .; .
!, teaspoon pepper diced cooked parsnip the plants with stakes two never wavers from a goal .... limiiea. j ,"
3 cups feet should be allowed between each hand and official'
!/t teaspoon nutmeg U teaspoon pepper plant, otherwise the plants should and more perfect world. I Florida. thin( March l lof
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!4 cup thick white sauce 1 teaspoon salt be spaced three feet apart. 1 0.Ye l m 011.0 GOAL 0 :( / .) A. J. Thomas ThemKaied.anNe hYOSBlood J
2 hard-cooked eggs sliced 1(4( tablespoons flour The stakes to support the plants 0 ,0 IJ Court. Help
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Broiled bacon U desired 3 tablespoons minced parsley should be strong and forced into the Those who are hard Ally for I'lf. n.rnUullJod, w....

Brown the pork cubes in their own ground about a foot because these our not hating Your kldaeya ara constantly filtering:
Brown crumbs In vitaminized for under
of no cause worry were matter from the blood' tream.But
margarine and sprinkle <4 of them fat In a hot skillet. When well stakes must carry many pounds ) v17e Chiang Kai-shek' '<>i'it T. IlettlP'ORa kidney eometlmea'U* la their workdonot ,
browned, add the tomatoes. When the plants area. .0111"11"11.:' act at Nature I a tended.-(all to remove I
into a well greased loaf pan (8V4 by --_ little more than a foot tall I 100 JY ahe doe not say we (Impurltlee that .II retained/ ., may i
4l''i by 2% Inches) to form a lining. -rT minced onion and begin to tie them to the stakes but should concentrate our : ; :ct..,:o Plaintiff' va. oboes the .,Mo ins nod ....... the whole
; I'atterNiin
simmer for 3 min. : the evil In man. I De body maehlaery.Symptoma ,
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Mix together peas potatoes remaining with soft twine or strips of cloth. A I4't No SUfiO. may be nasslnc baekaefce.peralateat .
lucid
crumbs and seasonings. Add utes. Add the wa Continue to tie them every foot or 0p o 'p e In our more .. rtnu.K-'ATtON & heaaache,attache el diaalaeee.tUag ; r
ter and cook gently two they Tomatoes that can all ,realize that that ; "] TO AfJ'HAK .* up .'.10", ._IIID.. purnaeea
white sauce ((2 tablespoons vitamin- as grow. our bate actually Is FIXlltlUA I tu: Mar. under the eyee' -a feeling ol aervoua
ized margarine, 2 tablespoons flour until the meat are staked up will ripen a little selfishness Patternnn whoHa ailety and 1 loae of pep sad etreneth.Other .
the the greed,
is almost tender earlier than those left -on the ? 5o nf JMra, Paul Hroux, .,(.... kidney ae bladder .dle-. \
and H 2 cup milk), and mix well. Alternate then add the salt, ground. a o.* o tality and the dishonesty of Algler.. La. order ara .ometlmea' / burning, aeaaty ar.1 I ..:t'
mlea.And. : lr.. too frequent .
layers of peas and potato Is when the to appear on
If the ground dry '
and Tb.re.houldhi.odeebtthat" proeyktre.tm.nt
pepper par. before have the In the above named
mixture and sliced until all is we :
eggs plants are set out. fill the holes in la wise than aeslaet. UeeItaan't
used. Bake in a moderate oven snips. Continue cooking for 10 to IS which the plants are set about half world of which this famous Bradford wherein plaintiff County fittft 0....'..have .been winning .
minutes. Thicken the remaining liquid dreams must new friends for more thaa forty years.Zbey .
lady we
f this Order
( publlnh
(350
) 25 until then In pintor
degrees minutes or full of fine soil pour a have Batloa-wlde' .p.'loa.
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with annihilate those ,
hot fight to Ixntitt
and serve on a platter I
set Serve with Tomato Sauce madeby more of water and cover with hand and official I omn>ended by alli"1e: : ii.tauntry *
with our enemies, but also must .
the addition of 2 tablespoons of the gravy separate. Sprinkle dry earth. Its a good Idea to setout or to wipe them out Florida, this March I aver. A a rear i
parsley. the in the evening. :
plants
vitaminized and bay
margarine a Another pork dish makes use of Tomatoes require good care and how up among ourselves. Ar.) A. J. Thomas
leaf to a can of undiluted tomato When we read of the ''d Court. DOANS PILLS
of the unrestricted cuts frequent cultivation but they will
hearts one Htarke Flu. ,
several the the
soup and cooked together of meat: do well In almost any soil to which filets injustices, : 3-6 it .-td
minutes. Garnish with eggs or added. If the selfishness among
fertilizer has been a commercial
Baked Stuffed Pork Heart. .. ,
broiled country it Is hard to - I. aa a 4. "' I. r _
bacon. if desired. :
fertilizer is used scatter :. I..
3 or 4 pork hearts world In which all .
Your exclaim the fertilizer around the plants a. We Do
family will pretty. SuperiorWork-
3 slices bacon and workit friendly] and fair to one
few inches from the stem 1
pretty when you servo this au gratin 1 cup fine bread crumbs Into the soil with a hoe. but our only hope of "

dish( -ringed attractively: with car. 1 small .onion A paper collar placed around nent peace is for all people
rot slices. The cheese-white sauce will and pray to achieve this ,
Salt each plant when it is set out For Better
Cleaning -
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combination can make it a main Pepper ward off those ever present cut-
dish: worms. Hornworms must be hand IV ('IIKt; IT fOIRT ) '
Flour for dredrlnl'Lard .
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and destroyed, while beetles (:'OI;' TY. ..olun.'. IN
picked
Cabbage and Celery An Gratin. for browning
CHRVIt. ,
and leaf hoppers are
aphids TRY TIlE ;
(Serves 6)) Wash hearts and remove enoughof Plaintiff
controlled with a spray or a dusting A. McCormlc-k, %
S cups raw cabbage shredded center portion to permit additionof powder. Bordeaux mixture is 8311 Meltdown MeConnlck l> METHOD CLEANERS

J tablespoons'butter or other the dressing or stuffing. Dice traditional for tomatoes.As I Yes. (:-nm* Nu. 21SS.OHI .
and until crisp. Com sucker >KI< DV .> :
bacon fry the tomato plants grow,
shortening and Mrs. E. O. Owners
AM :NOTICK TO / Edwards
Season
1 rap diced celery: bine with bread crumbs. will develop at each leaf joint.These WEAVE: OK. .KIXJIlll'A

3 tablespoons, flour with!:1nely minced' onion. Season should be removed before H._.........-...................... Meadow McCormick, Your Patronage Pine
cavity In hearts ail with stuffing they become too large because they r3YAddnn. lre.M In ole| General. .

H ii? teaspoon teaspoon pepperS salt and fasten with skewers. Roll In rob the plant of nourishment that .............................. Iterton You, North are required Carolina.to Appreciated 135
the fruit.
flour and brown quickly In hot lard. should go to develop April 6th 1943. In the
tablespoons chopped pimiento Ai to the varieties of tomatoes, : ........... -'curt and cauae, wherein l
1 cap thin cream er top milk in a heavy kettle. Add a small they are many both early and main ................ .........
of water. Cover and cook
amount
1 1 cap cop grated cabbage cheese cooking water slowly in a moderate oven (350 crop.Prltchard's Scarlet i-Toppee Is free Name of p.par...................... COMFORT AND ECONOMY RIDE

K cop sliced carrot degrees) until the hearts are done2 from acidity and ripens only a few .1...........
Pattern No......... OUR
to 2V4 hours. Thicken the liquid' days later than the very early to MOTOR LINE BUSSES 1

for gravy: if desired. matoes. Bend IS rata la _". Baked Spinach. The Victor tomato Is an early ..cb pattern daairedt tom SIDESHOW- CORRECT INFORMATION '
tomato with fruit the
Lynn Says (Serves 6 to 8)) size heavy and crop shape worthy of a main. Patricia Dow Patterns 0 PLEASE PHONE 147

"U 2 pound spinach crop variety. Both the Scarlet 108 W. 17th St.. New York. N. Y., i
Meaty Facts: beef supplies floor ,
6 tablespoons red
and Victor are bright I
Topper
ac.a low, learn to use pork for fat melted

it's one of the best sources of the !I ft 1 tablespoon cup milk tomatoes.The Ponderoso and Oxheart are '- UNION BUS STATIONLACY

B vitamins. It also contains high I !'t tealPoo" salt the pink or crimson varieties that Typewriter Blbboiw for sale by 1

quality proteins and minerals andIs !4 teaspoon pepper grow so large and have'such small the Bradford, jCwunty Ti-tegruph. MH*>. 'TlppI Toe, CONWAY Agent

96 to 98 percent digestiblewhen 4 tablespoon grated cheese seed cavities. Walking Wonder, owes Starke Florida

cooked long, at low tem V\ cap bread crumb balance. Where balance

perature.The non-restricted meats liver I Wash and chop spinach. Arrange IV ('IRrt.. .... COtHT. RRUFOR". Beware Coughsfrom the most good is in 1

In layers In baking dish sprinklingflour ('0' '\TV FLOHIUtl 1'H *. Mustn't slip on _L_ 'r y- .. A.... .. .. .
heart kidneys: oxtails, etc.. I between layers. Mix fat milk C"R": -I common colds up
are as nutritious>;the restricted I and pour over ..pln.I K. C. Olfford, Plaintiff v.. Mar [>hosph tei-they're
salt and pepper Defendant. Case
cuts. Learn to Dso' them by: I ach. Combine grated cheese and Edith Olfford. That Hang On I tound teeth and bones. Service ..careful Drivers ,

themselves or by combining them bread crumb. and place over top. 3tlRDKR OF PL'BWATIOV TO APPEAR: U'I news: One level
AND NOTICK because
relieves promptly:
with Creomulslon
restricted cuts so :you cans USD-degree) oven
to Mary
moderate OP FLORIDA :
Bake In ,I right to the seat of the : Rumford Baking
It
F.dA'ffff
gas
-t-r-e-tc-b that meat budget r whone residence la
about 43 minutes. 1321 Myra tttrett Clarksburg West, trouble to help loosen and expel I contained in baked Taxi Service
Tougher cuts of'meat will be ,,, d,Making f Cookut Vlr"lnl. germ laden phlegm and aid nature '
on your menus. often because I' C 1c.lU aBudgel Fuill" llou.flle."". You are required to appear on to soothe and heal raw tender inflamed I rides one-half your ,.
licking? 1'41.: In the above namedCourt I i
6tb bronchial mucous mem
they take less points than the ex- You lI"m. be problem and es April anti cauaa wherein plaintiff), sell mum of phosphorus,
ing Tell druggist to youa
branes. your
pensive Most of them cane will 6. dlvorc. Bradford CountyT.ieCraph minimum of : Phone 150
cuts. plain iI.u/ yMlex1 iledtke 1/ you seeks shall publish this Orderi bottle of Creomulslon with the understanding your daily
cooked by braising-that is. must like the it
: Bled III iiiue P' .el/.dJ.trJ. I next four weekly. laauea. you way Use R.mJ.t4'a
browning In hot fat then adding ,. orWeasert Wit...... my hand and official seat the cough or you are razz
water or another liquid and cook- .,limped<< .noelopeujo/ Union.,our 210'''ply.Swshpuplames at Starke. Florida thla February 10 daresyour money back.GREOMULSION. lr Kaclye Material.Baking NightF'Itll.tY.

log at long, slow heat until the lV-'fIG"Chicago. ilL 23rd.F)1: BEAD A. J. Thomas today-Rumford
Street. Box r Rumford, Rhode Y
"meat I. Clerk of cold Court.T. ,
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tender. UDIaft.
ReNased. IIY Weatam Newspaper Frank Landrum 8t.rke. Florida.itty. For Coughs,Chest Colds B ronchitis
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EIGHT; BRADFORD COUNTY ').'EL':GRAPII. STARVE FLORIDA FRIDAY MARCH 19, ,IJI,
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labor shortage and manpower Margaret Smith whom
Victory Gardeners Baptist Pastor Russell Kay problem come up for discussion South co| Ueneral Carolina.Delivery, ,add. n-*''.

\ Begins 5th Year this session, the boys will really i You are required ir
DATES
f BattleDestructive IMPORTANT RATION |
Must May 8rd, anNe
1943. In : i
the
---- - -- know what it .la all about. "b.| c
Court '
and "
led, Cause, wherein "'I
Pests Special services honoring thepastor TOO LATE neck. divorce i "
While advanced and I
the Idea some
n athl4
: ,
,I, for five March 16 the Rev. A E. Lightfoot:, TO CLASSIFY ,lief.. Bradford ('nun,, ', -I,IKhali
Sugar: Stamp 12 good pounds e time ago that the session be cut pub 11M" thl* O.it.. TrlInTw,
With crops in thousands of through May 31., who begins his fifth year here,, to 30 days did not meet with a 1 four weekly. Ineuea.
Victory Gardens already coming will be held .Sunday morning at I Witness! m* hand and
In years past Tallahassee has very warm reception on the partof seal at Starke, Florida. eta.
tip and others being planted the Coffee: Stamp 25 (in sugar book) good for one the Starke Baptist church. looked forward eagerly to each most members it may develop 11th, 11143. thl. "uOFFICIAL
( REAL
Florida Agricultural Experiment that pound through March'. Mr. Lightfoot came to Starkefive legislative session. Like a blood that with conditions as they area A" Clerk of Raid )Court A..j Tho"*I I

11 Station warns gardeners years ago. March 15th, from transfusion It always brought lot of the fellows will be so fed John, J. H.nd.rion. I Lsq. All, IyVrrtureobfya"lrnn

prompt steps to control cutworms Gasoline: A-coupon 4 good for 3 gallons through Blountstown, where hit had served new life to the Capitol City up with difficulties encounteredthey I Plf. ., 4.. I,
b taken an BOOn as these for Before that he -
must four years.1'
., March 21. Hotels rest a u r ant s boarding will put on steam and do NOTU'.1. '01" !&PF.C(U. :
pests appear."Gardeners. was 'pastor at Northwood Baptist the NALId l1n.
houses and business establish job aa quickly as possible. I '
. who find young cut off to- Shoes: Stamp 17 (in sugar book)) good for one church West Palm Beach, and menu In general could count on Sales tax advocated are get! and b ? ,that e*
, ; mato and other plants South Miami church, Miami Fla. foreclonure rinrf"CIW
made and .
until June 15. this 60-day period for a generous ting considerable encouragementin .
be fairly pair the 17th day of '
neat the ground can He Is a graduate of Miami High March A D, 11'
harvest. some quarters and can depend I by- the Honorable'y' I
done you ,
work was
that the dirty school. John B. Stetson University Adt,
lure Judge of the Circuit "
Tire Inspection Next month the lawmakers will on a determined effort being Court i ;,'
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and should act A tires by March 31. for Bradford
cut-worms DeLand with an AB degree,, County, "L
by them. : gather again but this time Talla. made in this direction. Speaker, tins| In Chancery., In favi"ot"1 Ii!
promptly to control and of Southern Baptist Theological lIam H. Carter ..
I a J
the Plaintiff
hasdtfe Is viewing the situation of House and President
Simpson
A bait made of Paris greenor Fuel Oil Coupon 4-Through April 6 Seminary, Louisville Ky., witha agalnat J. A. Hamate., dO'.Ib'. ,1
and bran la : with alarm. The' town Is already Beale of the Senate are the undersigned' a* special. 101,:
calcium arsenate 5 ValM through March 7 Master of Theology. overflowing. People now be In Chancery wIll| offer for .a'',
said J. B. Watson Coupon filled to economy minded; they will receptive '''tore the front door of the I.
effective ,
c .
entomologist. During the four years here as find It difficult to get seats in a to constructive economy Court house at Starke ",
experiment station pastor a new Sunday School an- during the hours be County Florida on MonriL6th ,
which feel
restaurant measures
; following Instruc- busy/ they can day of April A. "
He listed the nex has been built new departments hotels have no rooms availableand without down lag the legal bourn D. 1913'd..''J
the bait: Gas Ration Cut Starke Committee enacted breaking of n'',
tions for making .11 to
established In "l
Sunday
Paris or weary travelers often hs.veto the necessary functions of govern-I I bidder .. .aforlgcashathete W
of green
Mix one part arsenate Pleasure Ban Off Does Grand Job School for all groups the Interior sleep In the bus station or hotel ment. lowing land situate 1)'lnll"' ,
two parts of calcium: of the auditorium enlarged and a being In ,Bradford County, Kim
between their almost hopeless I
RoomThe lobby
' of March 22 Furnishing Day
weight) with 25 part effective to-wlt
(by new Hammond Organ purchased.The .
water to efforts to find "some place: to Success I Northwest Quarter of South..,
with
bran, moisten church has Increased Story- Quarter, five
except
membership
"A" and Hospital (51 ao..
ration for Red Cross Camp stay. .
gasoline
and scatter The In theiortheast ( .
mixture flaky,
make from less than 250 to almost a.
While some of the experiencedleglBlatol's Starke Version tlon Thlrtyf'0'1
in the book holders In the Eastern Committee, of which Mr* '
the bait around the plants COO at present, and the smart to Five (e) Fouth. flange Two,,
States has been cut to approxi- is chairman and were enough I one (Zl) Ea.t. }
Duncan
evening. mately 1 1-2 gallons a week ef. K. O. church budget. 'has more ,than make arrangements long ago, the Success stories are nothing unusual 1', Fran land

This material Is poison, so use eictlve March 22. but they can Mrs. Jeannette Kincaid cochairman doubled. r bulk of those expected to.answerwhen In boom-time Starke, for 3.19 u-Special t.9 1IIa811'r In Chan",,
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carefully and do not use on plants use .It as they please-the ban has completed the furnish Aapeclal, )e fort U.belpg made the' roll, I U called have .yet many: a modest fortunehas been

within a month of maturity. Do on, pleasure' driving Is out effective ing and equipping of the day, this week tovget, "every unaffiliated to be located. made here since the establish-

r not get large'amounts Inside leafy on that date. of the 119th Infantry at Baptist In Starke with his The Tallahassee Chamber of ment of Camp Blandlng. The YOUNG
vegetables, and wash all vegetables Announcing the reduction from room membership In the church by next Commerce has sent out an urgent case of E, O. Edwards owner of

: thoroughly before eating. the present ration' of about three Camp Blandlng. They raised almost Sunday. Special recognition will appeal to private citizens to open the New Method Cleaners on WOMENAGES

For large gardens make up gallons a week, the Office of $200'In cash-$128 from the be given all those received into their homes, and among the firs Temple Avenue might be calleda

about 25 pounds and moisten Price Administration said those silver tea held at the Woman's the membership since March 15, to respond was the First Lady. typical example.Mr. 16 TO 35 TO BE |

when needed; for small gardens with "A" books who drive to Club Feb. 17; $25 as a donation 1933 and especially those baptized Mrs Spessard Holland advises Edwards, a. quiet, pleasant' TRAINED
unds. I AS
make up about 10 p work\ would be allowed supple- the Presbyterian Church; since that date. that spare rooms at the Mansion\. fellow, came to Starke two year

Other' experiment station suggestions mental gasoline under revised from Chul'chand The pastor will preach at the will be made available first ago this month and opened up

to Victory gardeners five :feet regulations ,to bo announced In a $21 from the Episcopal morning hour 11 A. M., Sundayon come, first served. his dry cleaning plant. He pur-I TelephoneOperators
"If your wire fence Is few daya. a like amount from the the subject, "Facing the 'Fifth There is talk of using a wingof chased all new equipment by pay

or more high plant pole beans by effected by extending U. D. C. With Falth,'% and at the evening one of the dormitories at FlorIda ing $300 down the balance to be
a' The cut was
It. Thus the It' bean wUl vines provide as well sup as the time In which period With these funds they purchased hour, 8 P. M., on ."Behold the State College for Women. paid in installments over a periodof AT CAMP BLANDIXCI
port for housing Is only one problem three He had left .
March 22, are to such .useful and enjoyable Man. All are cordially invited But years. $100
other ani IS good
and
rabbits coupons AND
keep out driver must make lovely maple suite to these services of worship. Alsoat and the legislators, while more after making the down paymenton STARKE
be UBed. The articles as a .
mals. commercial fertilizer hem last for four months whereas -divan and two arm chaos; anda I the morning hour, Sgt. Otis Important of course, are only a his machinery. I, Good Pay While Learning
"Do not apply 'plants or put heretofore each coupon period dinette set consisting of a I Braswell of the Station Hospital, fraction of the overload to be At 'the end of two years-one S Interesting Work

directly to or'' transplants has been two months. table and six chairs, which are I Camp Blandlng, who declared expected. Hundreds of attaches year ahead of schedule-he paid I e Vacations With I'ay
seeds and roots writing purposes.In himself some'' 'time ago for the must! be provided for-and then off the entire contract of $7100.I; e No
for
and Experience Nccea.aryC
It "C" used
this material as value of "B
Into The
directly received such Gospel Ministry, will be licensed there are always the lobbyists. In[ addition, since coming to, Living'Accommodation
will burn'' the, foliage and may, other supplemental ration couponswas addition they number of attaches will he *
Starke has
during the morning worship hour. While the purchased a house
kill the, seeds and roots.If not affected 'by the order. donations as a couch cigarette other / (i" "'"< ui" ,' : no doubt be much smaller this trailer and a $1,250 automobile. j) Available

applying commercial fertilizer The a.ctlon.: which will probably stands, floor lamps and and the lobbyists limited He has
chairs, a ; : year ".000 cash In the bank ApplyBeginning
to growing plants, place It effect* on the lamps; two occasional Engineer, AcceptsForeign
have a more severe tableMr*. there still will be far too many. and buys a bond every week I
within three or four Ipches of ordinary motorist than the pleas. tablo and ping-pong of Job The question of eating is more March 15
a ,
the plant. ure motoring prohibition Itself Junius Smith made a loan Important than sleeping. With ivIH TIT ('O'IIT. BiitnKonnrOlrXTV. 9 A. \!. 5 P. 11.SOUTHERN' .

"Transplant tomato, pepper, and was taken after Petroleum Administrator sweet-toned white piano, for the I J. M. Edwards, of the Bradford rationing and limited supplies, (' : KI.OHIU1 I* t'Jlt-I,

other seedlings 'In late eveningor Harold L. Ickes had duration, and they have also reeeived"a Engineering/ .. who recently the public eating establishments Luther Carl Smith, Plaintiff v.. BELL

on a cloudy day and protect certified that only 333.000 barrels -number of current maga- completed small Government con- are hard pressed as It is to care Cuss Oil Margaret No 2313.OltlEtt: Hmlth. iefendont.l. 1 TELEPHONE COMPAMl:

them with old newspapers If the of gasoline dally could be made zines. tracts at the Fairbanks Air Sup for the growing patronage.At AND: NOTICB HP (TO APPKAIt: I' 110 Aladlso St. Slarke,
sun beams down the followingday. available for East Coast civilian Several ot tne women went to port Base near Gainesville and a recent meeting restaurant STATE OF FLORIDA to: Ola

and Industrial use. during April. the Red Cross production room the Crystal Lake' Air Support men all agreed that they woulddo .
'Now's the time to plant: ,I The halving of the basic ration In the American Legion Hall Base near Starke, Is leaving this all In their power to discouragethe --

"In North Florida-Bush, pole, applies only in the East Coast Monday and made draperies and week to do Government work out- use of tables for conferences. EVERY BRANCH OF

and lima beans, beets, carrots celery area where the "A" ration books slip covers for tire day room, aide the United States. The time honored custom of discussing I II

colar d.etewas aasonn-a4t have had a three-gallon value, and Tuesday they went to the Nearly all the facts regarding the prblems of state at a I

cry, collards, sweet ,and roasting as compared with four gallons In Camp and upholstered cushion. his work are: profound military restaurant table over a couple of

ear corn cowpeas, cucumbers, the rest of the country. The valueof for the couch and another chair. secrets. Where is going and the bottles of beer Is OUT-at least .9nJu" '

eggplants endive escarole, kohlrabi each Individual Eastern couponIs To add to the beauty and comfort exact nature of the., Government during the hours from 11 A. M.\. to anceH.

,, lettuce mustard, okra, onions unchanged-that Is, it remainsat of the day room magazine project In wjilch he will be engaged 2 P. M. and 5 P. M. to 7. Cus-

peppers,, radishes squaoh three gallons-but the doubting racks and both cut flowers and are not.known. The facts tomers will be expected to, EAT

tw et potatoes, tomatoes and of the period of validity has potted plants have been placed that are .knqwn ,are that he"will and GET-no lallagagln'.

turnips. he same effect as a cut in there. In addition to the Com- be working on astraight, salary- Even at. six dollars a day, the
';in Central Florida..Beans, coupon value 'to one and one-half mittee members-Mrs. Duncan, and a very large one-for a firm attaches won't be able to accumulate C. WALL

beets, carrots, sweet and roastingear gallon Mr\. *. Klncald. Mrs. Lex Green which has a Government contract; much excess cash, for

corn cowpeas cucumbers, The curtailment of the basic Mrs. C. A. Knight, Mrs. J. W. that this work will be outRide of it will probably take about all

kohlrabi, mustard okra onions 1 ration will retain the savings effected Brownlee Jr., and Mrs. O. L. the United States; and that he they. make for housing and meals: Agency I,

pepper, radishes spinach, squash, by the pleasure drivingban Beasley-Mrs. W, A. Bonham. Is taking his cone rete-making If they can even find such accommodations -

t sweet potatoes tomatoes turnips."In OPA said, by limiting motorIsts Mrs. Chas. Ward Mrs. Woodruff machinery with him. --and within the next Constant Service Over 50 Years
South Florida-Bush and who have no occupational use Mrs. 'Julius'. Thorn. Mrs. Frank Mr. Edwards was with the few weeks Talahassee doorbellswill

lima beans, fcowpeaa mustard for their cars to 90 miles a Crlner. Mrs. Ben Sadler and Mrs. State Road pepartment of Florida be rung by a lot of people

i okra onions, radishes, spinach, month. John Healey have rendered in- for nine years, and headed the besides the Fuller-Brush man.
squash, sweet potatoes, tomatoes." valuable assistance In the work. Bradford Engineering firm which For the first time In the memo Please Phone 146CLASSIFIED

New AssistantsAt has had several enviable contracts ory of man members of the legislature -

Meeting Called Tibbetts To Speak, since it was organized a year or are not:being hounded to

USONCCSThe so ago. The firm built several death by folks\ seeking employ-
To TabernacleA ADS
Reorganize At blocks of Starke's streets ''and ment during the! session. In fact

Lawtey'Scout TroopA USO-NCCS" has a new erected a number o f concrete some of them are downright
special service by George F.
Director, Program Director, and block ,residences and business worried over the problem of necessary
,Tibbets and his associates of Keystone WAITRESSES WANTED at Gui
Fred B. Smith, who I FOR SALE-pair 8-year-old m\
meeting la called for' next Secretary. hous s beforeMaterial,, shortages secretarial help. When the
Heights and New York will don Grill. $14 a week and l
Tuesday night at 8 o'clock in the holds a Master' degree/ from an i and priorities halted the building up.It mules weighing/ around 80
,
Lawtey school building for all Eastern university Is the Direc- I be held at the regular 11 o'clock game. S "*' and In Bradford County for seven pounds'each.. Also three
been coach at Man- service hour In the Chapel annex months. milk cows, 3 to 4 e.
boys and parent and others Interested tor. He has Mrs. Edwards and the two LOST-Ration book No. 1.. Any- gallons
In the Boy Scout Troop. hattan College In New York to the Gospel Tabernacle Sunday children will ''remain in Starke in The funeral was held at the one finding same please returnto J. D. Odom, Box 247, Star*
be City and at La Salle Institute on morning i March 21. Special small home of Mr. Sumner Thursday Fla.
Especially urged to present are their new concrete block Jessie Bailey. Rt. 2, Box
of Mr.Tlbbet'a .
all former members of the Troop Long Island. He wa formerly I music always a feature home which Mr. Edwards built a morning ,and Interment was In 38. Rocky Point. N. C. 8-19 2tp BLOOMING ]
services, will be renderedby GARDENIAS It
Committed, boy who are inter- USO Director at Fayettevllle N. few months ago. Douglas cemetery near Lake But.
ested, both the Scout and others C., later being inducted Into the Mr. and Mrs. Gordon L. Purdy. *. ler. She was a member of the LOST Oval locket containing/ azaleas, begonias and other I
The subject of Mr. Tibbefs ser plants for sale.-Mrs. N.
wishing to become Scouts; and Army. Being discharged becauseof Primitive. Baptist Church. photographs. Dropped Sat.
persons who want 'to help the being over 38 years of age in on will be" : "The Wonderful, Colored StudentsTo She la survived by three sons morning on Broadway between Wainwright Florist Starke.WANTED 1

Scouting program succeed. he has again taken up his work Desert Oasis. Get Diplomas -Luther Hazen, of Tampa; Leslie Call and Madison. Reward for Several ladles
USO. A cordial invitation to worship Hagen of South Carolina; Roy return to Mrs. Miller Madison
The meeting Is called by local with the S12 tween ages of 20 and Si f
Troop committeemen W. H. Edwards His Program Director Is Mrs.J. Is extended to the public at all For, the first time in the his- Hazen of Miami; two daughters- Starke. itp local bus operators in C

Jr., Lester Sponholtz, Rev. D. Cain of Sumter, S. C. SheIs services. tory of Hampton Colored Training Mrs. Thelma Leslie of Abbeville,, Blandlng. This la dlgJUf.
II. H. Haszard. Rev. Forbes E. a graduate of Southeastern Other items of Interest at the School graduates will wear the S. C.: and Cora of Hampton Va. LOST Man's gold Waltham work operating small buses.

Fuller L. H. Hill R: 'R. Thede Commercial College at Sumter S. Tabernacle Include the recent installation traditional caps and gowns when A brother-A. C. Sumner, of Law. wrist watch between Sampsonand regular route 8 hn. per ill!

and other; C.. and of St. Oenevieve's College of a baptismal pool and they march to receive their diplomas tey; and a half-brother E. E. Rowell Lake. Phone Mrs. S with good pay. Apply to ]Y:|

Assisting local committeemen Asheville N. C. She has seven persons have received the Sunday, March 21. Cole of Lake City. De Witt C. W. Brown, 122W. or deliver to Brantley. Orange Lines B

at the meeting will be a Scout been working among the soldiers rite of baptism since Its completion Members of the class are: W. Jones was in charge of funeral Bradford County Telegraph for Station between 8 and 11 A. I

field worker and Chaplain Leslie tor two years, first a senior February 27. D. Wooten salutatorian; J. B. arrangements. reward. up 3.19 r.

A. Shepherd, Chairman of Organization hostess at Ft. Jackson S. C., A very beautiful and impressive Alexander, valedictorian; JamesW.

and Extension for the New before entering use work and baptismal service was held Smith, historian.. FERTILIZERFOR FOR SALE Hatching 'eggs, WANTED-Large pressure cOOl

River District, Boy Scouts of bait been with the USO for 18 the ,evening/ of March\. 11, when The Rev. W. E. Welch pastorof White Leghorn a. Sire direct er and sealer., Must be In i pc
America. months. Dr. Herbert Lockyer brought the the Mount Pleasant M. E. SALE from ,Hanson Farm. 332-egg: / condition. J. W. Jordan JO!

Mrs. E. J. Connor, wife of Sgt. message and at the, close adr Church. Gainesville, will(deliverthe .strain.. '$3 per .setting. MaUrice ,dun's, Hotel Court. F J;

Siamese Eggs Connor, Is the secretary. Both ministered the ordinance of baptism Baccalaureate sermon Sunday Edwards Stafke. tf "i
of them are from Sioux Falls to the following persons: afternoon. March 21. at 3 o'clockin FERTILIZER FOR SALE

Paul Miller, who has leased S. D., and came here from Camp George F. Tibbets. Gordon Purdy the 'iichoof auditorium.. 50c WANTED Experienced drivers large sack. Drop a card I

Colonel D. E. Knight's farm a Carson. Colorado Springs. He is. Lt. Roy Kent Mra. Emma Mur. Monday night. March 22, at 8 e. LARGE SACK for bus operators, good wages. Roger Mat hews, in care
mile and a quarter west of Starkeon Sergeant In the Finance Officeof I phy, and Miss Susan Wallace. o'clock the class will present This Is essential war work. Mathews Dairy Starke.I 1'WANTEr.Men I

the Raiford road, brought Into one of the new Camp Blandlng Previously immersed were Leonard "Aunt Cindy Cleans Up," a side Apply to Mr. Brantley cio|

the Telegraph office last week a divisions.Marlus. Noegel and Vivian Hazen. splitting farce. The public Is DROP A CARD TO Orange Lines, Inc. 3.12 2tp between ages'
17
double-egg which he got from Rlaley, former directorof Dr. Lockyer was accompaniedto Invited to a ft end : admission, ROGER MATHEWS JUICY FRYERS and 50 for conductors
of his Rock hens the USO-NCCS has been transferred Starke by the Rev. Claude adults 25c students free. Tender bat buses. Good wages. APply'Mr.
Plymouth
one "
It was not a double-yolk; but a to the Unit at Charleston Bridges pastor of the Springfield An open house, free for ail cjo !MATHEWS DAIRY tery raised, buttermilk I fed. Brantley. coo! Orange I*'

double-egg, two eggs connected S. C.Home. Baptist Church.. Jacksonville. Also will be held Tuesday. March 23, STARKE FLA. weighing/ 2 Ibs. now. Also set- Inc. 3-11
present and taking part in the and the annual commencement exercises ting eggs red and leghorns
regular Siamese twins, the first E. E. 'U. S. APPROVED baby chick
General W. K. Harrison will be held Wasdln 3 ml. north of
service was Thursday
of Its kind ever to. be brought to On Leave Waldo Hampshire Reds day old.
this office. of Camp Blandlng. night. March' 25. at 8 o'clock with on Rorfd 13. 3.5 :stp started pellets ,English

Mr. Miller, originally from New Clarence Lowe. Boat's Mate, Preparations are under way for the main 'address delivered by HELPWANTED FOR RENT Apartment Key- White Leghorns from R. 0cockrela. -

Orleans La. received a medical 2nd class, U S. Navy Is on a the Anniversary service to be held Pearl Hill Smith. stone Hel g'h t a, 4 bedrooms From hens, 200 fg,

discharge from the Army at Camp 15-day leave visiting his mother early In April. As a parting1 'gift, the graduating electrically equipped.-Mrs. P. and up. place orders no'

Blandlng. after being In the service Mrs. W. E. Taylor who lives class has presented a hand- H. Hasklns. Phone 2442. Bald- Reasonable 8-wl'
for 10 months. He had a three miles west of Starke on the New Hot Dog Stand some American flag to the school. win. old prices on 3-
2-26 .
4tp pullet! -E.! E. Wasdm.
spinal injury. At the present Raiford road. This Is his first These studentswill long be re-
13-
the last 0 C. Blumer owner of the hotdog membered far: their fine Ticket Agents WANTED north of. Waldo on Road
time. he said he is ,raising sheep, leave since Joining Navy cooperation TO BUY-House trail
cattle and chickens,until his back August 24. I stand which ls located on the during the Victory Drives, ers. J. A. Brooks 'Box 428. LOST-Yellow cow, marked uprl

gets better, after which he ex- Mr. Lowe was inducted at,vacant'lot adjoining the Bradford supervised by Roosevelt Smith, CheckersConductors Starke. tfHandycolored" slope underbit In one ear. cr;!

pacts to go in for vegetables. Hampton Roads Va., spent a- County Telegraph has recently principal of the school.: split In other.-Notify Jll t
while at New Orleans La., ands rented the stand on the corner of S"fRA Y 1>- un? Starling Lawtey. 3-121

Bass Season ClosedThe ) now at Houston. Texas, along Temple and Pratt street-across Catherine Merchant marked sow weighs about 150
with 115 others, awaiting the the streets from the Standard and pounds. Last seen north ,of IF YOU WOULD BUY OR Sf:

season for black bass commissioning of a new "Des Shell service stations-and will Mrs.\. Catherine Merchant, 59. Middle-Aged Starke: Finder' please notify milk cows, stock cows t<

closed March 15, and will be troyer ,.Escort" DE-238 before open another hot dog stand there died at 7:30: A. M. Wednesday at J. S. Austin, Lawtey. itp cattle stock ball or hog

y, closed till May 20. But. accordIng having a "home of his own." this week.N. the home of her brother, A. C. Garage Man NICE CLEAN In touch with J, D. Odo) 1. Jr
to County Judge E. K. Perry He likes the Navy fine; but D. Wainwright owns the lot Sumner near' Lawtey, after a convenient STOVF WOOD, Box 247 Starke; Box 20( *

man, fans may fish on the 20th, said Monday: "You can go all and Sam Rosenberg the building. lingering/ illness. She was bornin Apply O. O. Williams Sawdust length a for sale. City; Telephone 481 Lake Gf J

instead of waiting .tilt after the around but when you come back It Is In the' location formerly Columbia County had lived in Orange Lines and shavings free If Auction market every T"'i
20th. to Starke, It look the best. I I known as Grace' Place. Miami for the past'seven years Standing Center you come get them.--A Hart- day on all classes of live 'tat
man Stark
p3. It Lake City at 2:30 P.PAG K.
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