Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: March 26, 1943
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Will( Continue "And A LittleThe Child Shall Lead Them" National Open House '

1943 Red Cross War Fund earnings.The .

School drive will long be remembered In lunch room and the near-

Nursery Bradford County not .only because $800 To Go by sandwich stands had a bum

the amount of money raised business week as the students At All USOs Sunday ;

will be the largest ever contributed made sandwiches and sold themon
Under New Act i
in a drive here; but also, be. $6,000 the school grounds. One .
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cause of the little things-because financial mastermind bought up \

While the Nursery School In a school boy plowed all day Sat $5,200So all the chewing gum he could County Has' Sent Hog Serum Open Air

Starke will soon close so far as urday and gave his earnings to find at Be a pack and retailed

the cause; because a school girl, it for 15c.Wednesday.
WPA I la concerned, since this
the brim full of enthusiasm, threw her morning, at a heartwarming Band ConcertAt
I is being liquidated the
agency 626 Service MenA Will Cost MoreInformation
KChool It elf, greatly increased lunch money in the pot and ran meeting in the school

and broadened in scope, will likelybe all the way home to eat! auditorium, the boys and girls of l''

As the drive swings Into the the Seventh and Eighth Grades
continued Indef nltely. Steps total of 626 men have been from Dr J, V.
final week with a total of $5,200 presented a' Check for $184.27 to Armory
taken ocally, as' well
are being iurnlshed to the armed forces of Knapp State Veterinarian has
collected on a $6,000 the Nat Sturnberg., chairman of the
nationally, to secure financialaid quota
aa the United States by Local Board: just been received by County
spotlight .was turned on the War Fund Drive.. The weary Red The four Starke USO Clubs., V
from the recently created
workers' No. 1, Bradford County, under i Agent L. T. Dyer that the $IBO- I
Act funds to carryon Seventh and eighth Grades at Crow who accompanied simultaneously with hundreds of
Lanham the selective service I system 000 appropriation for hog cholera
B. H. S. whose in raising the chairman"tQ the meeting were 1
Important work especially indefense others throughout the country
this through Feb. 28 1943. serum and virus Is exhausted and
areas. $184.27 for the fund will visibly moved as one by one the will celebrate National Open : '
it will be for those
near, and far An announcement from the necessary
yet HO children rose and told their
down in .
likely history.It House
go Day on March
The entire project In Florida is board states that of this having hogs vaccinated to pay Sunday ,
that the idea born that Is the picture of the Red dimple, unaffected stories of what number between
seems was 28, the hours of S and
being placed under the State Cro War Fund Drive in : 387 Inducted full pi'Ice.
** were registrantswhile
events they had done to help raise the
In current class where
a \ 10 P. M.Sunday,
Board of Public Instruction and. Bradford County. Only five 1 239 were volunteer enlist The cost, Mr. Dyer states, has
Schoolin the Red Cross and the wonderful money. been cents for the I Is the date set aside I
consequently, the Nursery days remain In which to rake ments. per hog
part it !is playing In the War Foster Slit Smith, principal.
and other school treatment Including the swine by National Headquarter for
Starke, any the 980O that stands between
under discussion. Some of of B. H S. of his Folowlng Is the number In each
were was so proud I
USO Club to a
which may be established later, plague treatment with State aid, every serve as
failure or success in rewriting service: Army, 493, Navy 110
will be under the supervision of the students asked It they wouldbe charges that he granted tlrem a : but with full price medicine the rendezvous of sociability for themen
the $6,000 quota. Marine Corps 22, Coast Guard 1.
given a chance to contributeand half-holiday Monday and JudgeE.
In uniform as'well for
the Bradford County Board of average com will be about 33 or as
Public Instruction. Dr. W. E. pretty soon a goal of $5 from K. Peiryman, chairman of the 40 cents the civilian community.U"hurln& .
each grade was decided Bradford County Red Cross Chap- Contractor Back
upon. after school and Saturdays ,
Middleton, Superintendent. Nego- worked on in the round of festlvtties -
on by ter, announced that Mis. Tom (
tiations have been under way for ,Spurred encouragementfrom In local stoies. WAVE VolunteersGo will be an open-air band >: '
To Fix
their teachers, Mrs R. F Grady, 'owner of the Florida StreetsWhen I
several weeks between the appropriate The Eighth Grade boys had concert at 3 o'clock, given by the '
Demorest. Mrs. Geo. A.. Anderson Theatre, would be host to the To CollegeWomen '
Government officials been contributing to a school you drive or walk over' 30th Division Artillery Band in '
and Miss Faye Peterson andby'th'e two classed! at a matinee movie. i '
Dr. Mlddleton with reference week i In order the area between' the USO-YMCA .
and fund every to the streets of Starke and ueo
Other S. classes made of Bradford who
spirit of competition between Bl County v'1' 1 "
to the matter. Application has throw a big party at the end of I striped streets--attractive asphalt and the Starke Armory This
TheJunlot volu tee Wave
the two classes, the original fine contributions, also n r for the or I
already been made for assistancefrom rapidly oversubscribedand school. They gave up the Idea gave $50 and the' Senior streets repaired and spliced with Spurs will likely receive their event sponsored jointly by all !! 'i .
thin fund, and a preliminary goal from then on the sky was and, the J money too, Many mothers -, Class donatfil $2280, making a strips of concrete-please do not basic training at one of two colleges USO Clubs will feature speeches* '' 1
survey has been made to deter- received unexpected. help from. < think that the City Dads have by Brig. General L. A. Kunzlg.
the limit! I i total I of ;525T.07. from the school It pointed out by Mrs,
mine,how many children. of preschool Setting their elders a splendid their daughters last week. The The last! ,goo will probably be lost their pride or grown careless! Joanette Young, special Navy IBcrulter commander o f Camp B landing.Chapl ,

age, both white'and col- girls scrubbed cleaned, kept ; the hardest to raise Chairman about the looks of their fair City. for Starke. a 1 InT. C. Holland and
example in sacrifice the
Dr Middleton stated yesterday.The shows, candy bars and up chewing brothers and sisters, as wellas workers ti go' back over their no reason at all, you are Hunter College/ In New York City I I Following this grand open inK, I ;
the neighbor's -children. One forbidden to park along Court the Individual USO Clubs will
whole program is rapidly and devoting their play, territory "with a fine tooth comb"In or to Iowa State Ttachor College
gum in her moth- street forced; to make hold house each in Its own ,
girl peeled potatoes and are open
the goal. In Cedar Falls Iowa
undergoing a complete change, tomeet time to earning money for the order,, to reach Any ,
the needs of America at lun3. One boy milked cows on er's restaurant all week; one solda one who has' not been solicited certain detours here and there : Many will be BHxIgnnd to active building. f' "/

war, and a more thorough survey his father's dairy, another chop- highly prized ring=- and still Is urged to turn his contributionIn throughout the City, Just think duty Immediately upon the com The USO-YMCA and USO-JWB, r ;

will soon be made to determinehow ped wood at home, one plowedall another who sells papers on the to Mr. Steinberg before March nothing of It and obey the rules I pletion of five weeks basic train In the building at the corner of ,
without a whimper. There la a ing. Others will be sent to Temple and Washington Sts., will
many working mothers thereare day Saturday and other street, gave one entire week's 31.
in the County, and how many -- ------ lesson for everything If you only schools for study In technical feature an exposition of art by ;

there will be later on when the know what it is! And here are the I jobs. In the latter case the soldiers .in one .of the Camp '

full program gets under way. New DirectorOf Slaughterers Must Fairbanks Named treasons for the above; Course of training Is approximately Bland Ing' Service ClubH. This

Mrs. Marian C. Dodge, formerlyState Obtain License Six months ago when C. H. four months.Requirements event will be held under the

Technician of the Nursery ; Cook, Inc., of Buena Vista Ga., for enlisted per10na..1 auspices of Mra. C. W. Chalker, .J t (,

Schools for the WPA.V has been By March 31 contractor of the new Government In the Waves or Spars service club hostess. .

transferred over to the State Department Unit HereIrving Rotary HeadH. Water Works project in Mrs Young added, Include ages At the USO-YWCA, 201 N. ,

of Education, and t.nOllV' is All applications for slaughter Starke completed his work andwaa.'reidy between 20-36. two years of high Walnut St., a musical program ,

'directing these surveys in permits 'and for livestock dealer' to. repair. the.-atre school, or buainesA colh'IfI' will 'add .to 'tllehOspitable charm : '
the various communities which( R. Abrams'',, M. D... lathe permits should be filed with H. N, Fairbanks"; local "managerof where he put in the water mains, minimum height of five feet with of the open house. .'' ..1 f,

for Lanham Act new Director of the Clay- County Agent L.,, T. Dyer as soon the Florida Power A Light Co., I he could not secure the necessary! minimum weight of 95 pound. I
are applying .. The USO-NCCS, at 14''Temple ,
elected of the Ro-
funds: Bradford County Health Unit, and "S possible, and before Any ,animals was president' asphalt to make the repairs. Local applicants should con- I
took charge'''M 0 n d a y. Dr. are slaughtered ,vfor market tary Club of Starke at the reg- : tact Mrs. Young, or write directto Ave, will begin Its special program r, '
Anxious to leave the streets In at 4:30 P. M. with a vocal | I
Tuesday afternoon Mrs. Dodgemet announcement War luncheon' meeting held Wed- : ,s
Abrams I is from Chicago, and I lea according to an the Navy recruiting station, 1 1trig
with an interested ''group in graduate of the University of Ui..ued following 'a meeting heldIn nesday.' He will not take office as good condition as possible, he pout off Ice building GaIn vlJle, 'and Instrumental musicale, featur-J'i ('.i'.';

Dr Mlddleton's office. Among Illinois College of Medicine. He the courthouse here last Friday. until the new Rotary year beginsIn wanted to use concrete; but the Sgt. :Nino Semlnaro, excellent : I
those present were* JOB. E. Wil- tenor opera singer, Cpl. j .1
half livestock' dealer and
was for three and a years Every 1 City Duds wanted It done just
son from the Rotary Club; Mrs. Interne at the Cook County hospital every slaughterer of livestock for Although he has been in Starke Rites SundayFor I Charles Pelper, equally deserving I. :. :
Beanie Burns. Mrs. JUnius Smith right, and would not permit him I baritone, and Mrs Ben F. Argust, t
was house physician and the sale of meat must register only one year Mr. Fairbanks hall Noah C. Shaw '
and Mrs. Frances Baer representing 'to mix material Consequently popular operatic coprano. Mr. ; ,:4', I
member of the associate attending before he can do business after won the appreciation of club '
the Red Cross; Mrs. Lex staff. March 31, It was stated. Every members for the fine way In he dimply put lime rock over the Funeral services for Noah Col- L. A. Canova will serve aa accompanist '>

Green and Mrs. L. A. Canova formerly Chief of the slaughterer must stamp his permit which he has handled his job an water mains, biding his' time when onel Shaw, 06, who died Saturday (j1 I

from the Woman's Club; Rev. O. Communicable He was Disease section of number on each wholesale program chairman. He has takena he could secure the anpholt. At morning at his home near The numbers given by these I

C. Powell and Rev. Fred Yerkes Health cut of meat sold tout public con very active Interest In club Brooker,' after a lengthy Illness : three artiste will be. Inter perced !
Chicago Depaitment.He last unable to It at all '
the secure I
from the Churches; Julius L. officer In sumption.The affairs and attended the Inter- I were held Sunday at too: p. m.. with orchestral music and short f

Thorn representing the USO; W. Is''a commissioned Health Service.Dr. farm slaughterer who Is national convention I n Canada the City finally agreed for con- In the New Hope Baptist Church addresses by Frank B. Smith, .
US.: Public
M. Edwards:' from 'the County the primarily engaged In agricultural : last year. crete to be used.Beginning with the Rev Mr. Moody officialInic. USO-NCCS director, Lt. Lloyd J. :'

Civilian Defense Corps; T. C. Malcolm J. Ford who has pursuits as a resident farmer and Vernon Howard manager of:the Monday morning Interment 'wn II in the New Gross of the Special Service ,K :

Chantaln from the Board of been Director for the' past year who slaughtered lees than 10,000 Starke I Coca' Cola Bottling' Co., Grady F. Rogers superintendentfor Hope Cemetery, Branch. 30th DIvlHlon; and Father < ",W. 1

County Commissioners; Miss Mar- left here Monday for hi new pounds for sale In 1941 may was elected svice-pre.ident; W. T. C. H. Cook Inc. and hiM Mi Shaw, was a lifetime resident T. J. Murphy, moderator of the I
Raret Hox-sey Public Health work'at the National Training. slaughter as much meat for sale Clute secretary; and C.< II. Nan- crew of men began the work of of Brooker, and a member' USO-NCCS. ., t, I

Nurse; and Mrs. Joe Wilson from School for Boys, Washington D. In each quarter of the current worthy treasurer laying the concrete, and worked of the, Baptist Church. I I'
the Welfare Board. Fortunate Indeed C.: It was previously announcedthat He In survived hiM widow ( \ r s
year as he did in the corresponding In addition to these officers all week at the job. They laid a by Public Warned I I
the :Marine
was the group In having he would'go to quarter of 1941. block from Call to Jefferson! on Mra. Theodoslu} Shaw;; five daughters -'

also at the meeting CongressmanLex Hospital at New Orleans, La.,I In addition to furnishing proofof comprise the following the new were board elected of direc-i to Court Street; two strips across ,, Mrs. E. B. James, LaCrosse; Of Rabid Cats j

Green. one of the sponsorsof .but this order was changed. sanitary facilities every Jefferson Street at Its Interneetlon Mis. J. K. Waters Winter Garden ,
tors: A. J. Thomas N. Sternbel'g.O. the month I
and for ,
I Off on past
the Lan am Act and one of Another recent acquisition to slaughterer must also show that with Clark; a strip on Call Flu.; Mrs. E. L. Davie and ''
C. Powell and E. L Mat- of the local ,
the foremost (exponents of the the staff of workers at the Health he has means for conserving and at Broad; another on Call at Mrs. J. W PreHswood Haines at the suggestion i

Starke Nursery School ready to Unit 1 La" Mrs. Virginia Bell, Red I per serving all edible and principal. thews. Orange; and still another on City, Kla.; and Mrs. Charles Hanson police, the Telegraph has carried

explain any phase of the Act to Cross Visiting Nurse who began Inedible parts of the carcaim. The Wednesday' meeting was Christian at Call The StateRoiui Chaileston, S. C.;; five HOHH, article concerning mad or stray ;

them work here March 1. Mrs.. Bell In featured by 10O percent attendance Department Is making all C. J. and r M M. Shaw, Jacksonville clog, und that war In still being i

from Louisville, Ky., of members and a large II. T Shaw Brooker Pvt.L. prosecuted to the bitter end.
The survey noon to be made originally Commando Film such repairs on State Highways ; ;
It has been
requested -
number of visitors. Francis R. Now, however
will be directed by two committees and Is a graduate of the John 13, 28 and 48 running through L. Shaw Ft. Denning Ga, und ) ? 4
from the Woman's Club Hopkins hospital Baltimore, Md. Booked At Florida Bridges chairman of the Florida Starke and are, using asphalt Pvt. C. T. Shuw Orangeburg, to turn briefly to the sub I
of mad cats
namely, the Health Committee, of Before coming to Starke, she ". Parole CommlSHlon and Joseph All traffic must halt at the N Y.; a slater Mrs. Roy Marie, ject i ,I
"Commandos Strike at Lawn Y. Cheney commlsatoner-secie- Miami Fla. brothers One day last week City police- \
two L. T.
which Mrs. G. C. Richardson is was for two years with the State above places for about a 'wl'.k.Mr. ; '
chairman, and the Committee on Health Dept., of Kentucky working hailed as one of the outstandingfilm tory of the body, were guest Rogers stated yesterday, Shaw, Tampa, and. J. M. Shaw, man Ben C Holtzendorf and a I Irppresl'ntatlve
triumphs of World War II, speakers and were Introduced by j'uckMonvllIe. of the local Health '
Education; headed by Mrs "W H.!I In the mountain districts, anda .
Theatre L R. Bristol director of theparole of "
will be shown at the Florida Unit were called to tho home
Nollman with the Visiting ,
They will endeavor to year and a half Louls- Sunday, Monday and at the work at the State Prison "Hitler's Children" I! Ellery Davis where a cat on .a I!
ascertain how" working ell" Association Lewis Carter
many Nur night. Farm The speakers described had attacked two
Saturday person
midnight show rampage
At Park I
mothers al'e'In Sunday
there I'
In vlllo. This first great drama of the the Intricate, workings of the Buried Wednesday I and bitten at leant one cat. i

the County.In Her special work In this section world's most fabulous fighting parole system and emphasized the Presenting a vivid picture of I : Both cat were killed and the .,

order to open the school I IB Irving to take care of the I men stars Paul Muni and feature. need for morecareful home tialn- what a Hitler victory would mean I Lewis Carter 56, died Sunday head of the first was sent to the

there must be at least 60 chip families of service men stationed a stellar supporting cast which i Ing of children In order to curb I to an enslaved world. "Hitler' at t 1 A M. at his home on' Road i State Board of Health for ex-

dreg, of working mothers-two at Camp Blanding. Her work is I Include Lilian I I Gish and Sir the Inc rea a I n g trend 'towardi Children" a daring and thought- 113 a half mile north of Starke amination. I '

groups of 30 each-one for whites to the Camp In both Cedric Hardwlcke. i Juvenile delinquency. provoking expose'! will be shown j after a lingeringIllness.. The fact that the result of''the ,

and one for colored. This will help adjacent Counties, and The climatic netjuencea surging N Sternberg. chairman of the at the Park Theatre for five days, I lit wad born in taker County examination, which has just been I '

the maid situation Mrs. Lex Green Clay and Bradford with fury and determined. relentless Red Cross War Fund Drive hadas starting Sunday but spent moat of his life around received.. showed no sign of ,

stated yesterday, in commentingon Includes Starke. She lives In the fighting are aut hen tic his guests and introduced the This unusual film IK baited on I Lawley and Starke. He had rabies, should not lessen the vigilance '

the subject. D. A. Monteith house on Clark breathless momenta. So real has following worker. who have help-: the sensational best-seller, ".. du. been working at Camp landing of the public about being j

A new phase of the "socalled"Nursery Street, the Commando attack been made ed in the drive and who are not cation for Death" by Gregor and at Cook's Grocery for Dome attacked by dog or cats, the I

School under the new I by the performers real-life Com- members of the club Paul Hud-I I Ziemer, who for 10 years headed time. police say, and a careful checkIng '
et-np win be that Instead the Canadian S. E. Funeral services and Intermentwere on the animal Incase a 1 ,
the fact Bids mandos, loaned by gin,, Joe Martinez Sparks, the American Colony School inUerluu up
of having only one groupof To Receive .Army-that the slashing effect Is Mn. Junius M. Smith and 1\1r1. saw the Insidious growthof held at the Long Branch person Is 'actually bitten or .'
children from- 2 to D years of For PositionOf ,' that of an actual well-planned Frances Baer. !I Nazi teachings among Ger I Cemetery' near Maxvllle at 3 P. scratched by one. I :.: I
I, M., Wednesday, the Rev. Cut-haw,
age there with
will also be.one kindergarten executed split-second 1
raid, 1 many's people and came to
group from 5 to 6, as well Mail Messenger I precision. Card Thanks' I I r the" United young States to tell what. he Baptist minister, officiating(;, Hands Forfeited t !
He U survived his wife
aM a of- of equal that by 1 1I
group and
boys girls Fred F. Stump will Munl's
school age .- 6 to 18. This la, ofcourse Postmaster of of his other great roles, including We wish to express our appreciation saw. Mra. Lomle Carter; four nons- I The Starke Police Department \
the position
receive bids for ,, Bringing the first authentic Roy Eugene Carter, of the U. S. collected $200 In cash bonds '
a war-time need, and they until 6 P. M. Zola and Pasteur. Once again he for the many kindnesses I. : has J 1'
mall messenger up revelations of Nazi teaching to Navy W D. Carter, George and which "
wul be properly grouped as toage announced magnificently appears a* a fighter shown to us and for the ; within the last ten days
March 29 he .1 the screen, "Hitler's Children"shows Richard Carter all of Starke ;
and education. Monday. evil, one who employs beautiful flower sent during our ; were forfeited when Lie parties
of the recipient against '
last week. The duties at his commandto ber avement.-R. V. Turner' and those teachings for what three daughters.-Mr*. Earl Cook. failed to appear In Mayor's Court t i
mall to resource
Defense will be to haul all every smash the hideous nightmareof family and Mrs. F. B. Johns. they are, an Inhuman program for MM. Palmer Williams and Mn. E. for trial. Thla week Gertrude .f.' ,'1,
Meeting and from the depot, meeting The Nazi barbarism 1 enslaving the rest of the world Dryden, all of Starke; two broth- 'Dell, colored, forfeited a $100 ;, :;

W M. mall train during the day. under a German yoke, for ruthlessly er..WUlarter 0 f Glen St. bond in a whiskey case. I
of Edwards, Executive Officer bidder must furnish his' own car Gospel TabernacleThe breeding legions of Illegitimate Marys, and Jesse Carter of Mac- Last week two other negroes

Corps the Bradford Civilian Defense or truck. Interested persons are Building PermitsUnder ordinance of Baptism will babies and for killing off cleany; and three sisters-Mra. W Lee and one named Geech-: .11'1'J. V
announced yesterday I contact Mr. Stump atonce. all who do not fit Into the Nazi '
that Commander A. J. Thomas la asked to date of March 19 City be administered at the Taber- Ella Raulerson of Macclenny, Mrs.Maggie each forfeited $50 In another 1

calling a meeting of the Defense I Carl Johns Issued to T. J. nacle Friday ,night by the Rev. scheme of things.An Gatlln of Tampa, and a case Lee's bond was set at $ISO I I

Council at the Courthouse tonight I in connection with the position, Clerk McIntyre a building permit for Forbes E. Fuller, who will bring outstanding cast ha Tim I twln. J.)ter. Mrs. Lula Pendarvla for stealing and selling beer. ,.

at 8 o'clock for the of though not coming within the bid the of remodel. several candidates: from the Law- Holt and Bonita Granvllle as a I of Lawtey. while Geech was also placed t
; purpose who la awarded lbecontract $100 for. purpose of Baptist Church. Mr. Fuller German boy and an American : Pallbearers were: Mack Howard under a $SO bond for buying It, I
the the
ejecting a Chairman of the County: person store room in rear tey i 1
Council to 18 also the one usually ling a the F. F. Flume will also have charge of the1' aer- girl caught in the Nazi trap anj George F. Prevatt, Brownie "Gosh," said Geech "50 cents for !
succeed the late cbalr- house at '
ID4n. Attorney ; chosen to deliver special delivery the converting It Into an vice and the public U. Invited to Include Kent Smith. H. B. War- Bennett, Truman Norman. Rich- the beer and $50 to get out of I Jt n
Marcus F. Brown. and
thla in place, ard Bennett Jr., and Ira WlUon. .
Oth"r and I i- I attend. ner and Otto Kruger. IL.Y
, business will be attended letter' pankaalJl apartment.
A full attendance Is urged. addition. !

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valnet' J. A. Harnarre. defendant, I eeinngtin Bradford County Plontt
hospital with colitis. undersigned: an Special: Master
" in battle by transfusions of TtlERESSA the
lives saved Joanna Norman has been In Chancery will offer for Sale be.tor. Northwest Quarter or Smut.Quarter. .
The Bradford County Telegraph! the importance of blood donations By Mine Ida Began Little the front door of the County ... except five (151 ".*"(
plasma, very sick over the week-end, but Court Hou.e at Starke, Bradford In the ..ortll..t Corner nr qn'tlon
1871JFLORlI.PRESSASSOCl3 should become obvious to a wider Mr. and :Mr Zeigler Is Iota better now. : on Monday, the Thlrly-flve (36) Tnwnohl
Established more *: Rupert fl..unJiJo. April A. T). 1843, during ,
yl of the public. Just recently 400 and daughter of Gainesville were All the farmers were glad to the legal hour of vale, and SS-cAV Ea.t.T.East.noose Tweet

1 &EMBEIR S\\ soldiers segment badly burned by flaming oil in visiting their parents, Mr., and see showers on their crops last will bidder Hell therefor to the for highest cash and the beat fol- Special Misters In i hnn'r.

Mrs. Z. Z. Zelgler.Sunday.Mr. weekend.IN lowing landa situate. lying and 919t 4t -/
*NrVn ALEDITORlALASSOaAnON' North Africa, were given transfusions of and Mrs. W. \V. Packham ---
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plasma. All but six were saved. In the ,spent Sunday all Ut their daughter COUNTY.CIRCUIT FLORIDA COUNT| BRADFORD IN CHAN-

"1 I:. U MaUhewa .?___ Editor and<< Owner Solomon Islands campaign less than one percent Othma, Mrs. Ed Sullivan PrevailIn of the Starke.Naval Luther CKKV.: Carl Smith, Plaintiff.Defendant.v.. i

' of the men died of wounds. Air Station in Jacksonville was OUt Case Margaret No. 1111.O@lElt Smith.

BUUSCRIPTION RATE The storing of blood plasma, until a visiting friends and.relatives. over AND NOTICE OF )PUBLICATION TO 'APPEAHSTATE
Yearly, $1.75: Six Months 1.00 the week-end. OF FLORIDA to Ola
few years ago, was not a widely-known or Miss Elizabeth Phillips, em- Margaret. Smith, whose address In
rio| Ueneral Delivery, Con way
fubtlnhed Weekly on Friday and Entered M Sen.or publicized medical procedure. Only with ployed with the Southern Bell South Carolina.

] Clan Matter at the Poet Office at Starke FUv active entrance of our armed forces into the Telephone Co., of Starke spent May You 3rd.are 1943 required In the to above appear named on. 1 AI
last week with her wherein plaintiff "
technique and need several days Court and cause
global conflict has the I' and ....k. divorce and no other relief. .
father D. J. Phillips Bradford County Telegraph
A Pint of Your Blood of blood plasma become common knowledge. family. hall publtih this Order in next

Might Save A Soldier's LifeIf .Latest methods find the yellow-gold plasma Earl Geiger of Cocoa Beach four Witness weekly. my Uaues.hand and official

stored in a new type wax carton spent Sunday with his mother, seal at tttarke.:! Florida, this March
powder ,
you have been debating with .yourself handling. Sterilized Mrs. J. P.. Dickinson and family. 1Tl(OFFICIAL h. 1943., SEAL) A. J. Thomas, .
which can take rough Mrs. Mildred Burke spent Wed-' AH Clerk of said Court.
trying to make up'your: mind whetheror needles, water and tubing are all included, nesday In Starke., John J. Hendereon, ttaq.1.19 Ally. 4-for.
not to donate a little,of your blood, in a and the flaky plasma and water have onlyto H. C. Cloversettle, stationedat MASTER'SNotice
to help save the life of Bunnell with the Coast Guard, NOTICE OF
'painless process, for the doctor to be MALE!!
read the be added together spent Sunday with -his wife and la. hereby given that under
some mortally wounded soldier and by virtue of a final decree of
ready to go to work. daughter.W. foreclosure made and rendered on
following paragraphs; Civilians desiring to give blood will H. Hall and son Billie .were the 17th day of March A.. D.: 1943. i
A. / AdklnR
"I felt my arms ,getting burnt-like attending to business In Hampton by the of Honorable the Circuit Court In andfor
pint is a simple,
lot of find that donating a east( Friday. Bradford County, Florida, sit-
my skin rolled up, and there was a minutes including tin In Chancery, In favor of Wllllam -
task, requiring about 45 Mr. and Mrs: Burkhalt of H. Carter an Plaintiff, and
smoke. I 'tried to get my gas mask on, but time for rest' and refreshment.The Hampton spent
it was no use. The Bos'n's mate saw what in J Jacksonville Thomas family.
time are
and got all the stuff off of me next you Rev. Hogarth of;Palatka filled GET THE ,
happened make it a point to go by the Blood Donor hIs regular appointment at Hope
station. ; SURE
first aid SPEEDY
and, took me over to the' Station at 535 West Tenth St., and make Baptist Church Saturday and

After the attack was over, they took me contribution to this wonderful work. Sunday. RELIEF{ORACIP

over to the hospital ship. The doctor gave your The hours at this station are: Week days GRAHAM NDIGESTIONCarpenter's'Drug a M.L'ai'd

I wantto
shot of that blood serum
me a 9 A. M. to 2 P, M., Saturday 9 A. M. to 12 By Mrs Eva Strickland
blood to
thank all those people who gave n
and Thursday evenings 5 P. M. to
noon, Thomas, W. M.Thomas, I
the Red Cross. They saved my life. Charlie 1
7 P. M. Mrs. Doris "Strickland and little
Those dramatic words, spoken by a Seaman -
daughter, and Mrs. Eva Strick 9
First Class of the U. S. Navy after land were attending to businessin

the attack on Pearl Harbor point to the Biblical BackingI Jacksonville Tuesday.

pressing need of continued blood donations Those of us old fogies who believe thata and Pvt.son and Junior Mrs. of John Fort C. Myers Willis Store BREAK BOTTLENECKS

by both civilians and the military so that woman loses 99 and 99-100 of her charm arrived Wednesday to spend a

the Red Cross plasma bank can be enlargedto and "appeal" the moment she trades her few days with relatives.Mr. at
u4 Sly
meet the needs of all our armed forces. skirt for a pair of slacks, seem to have Brooker. and Mrs.were Jimmie visiting Starlingof In our

Gen. L. A. Kunzig, commanding officerof plenty of backing from the Bible-if thatis ,section. Friday night. r LOADED like pack-hone-Iuggage flying,this
commenting on the consolation. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Reynolds and a
Blanding in any
Camp In recent letter to.the editor of Time children spent the week-end with good old offender dashes up breathless and

incident, said: a reader quotes the following Mr. and Mrs. Frank Reynolds of LATE. Perhaps: he hasn't realized that today's:

) "We must all remember that every magazine, devoted Reddick.Mr. Dr. Max Shane 'war travel conditions: do not permit such delays.
scripture: and Mrs. Zeke DVydon
his blood at a Red be movedon
time civilian gives and workers must
a Fighting men war
"The shall not wear that which mother of Starke spent Sunday
Cross Donor Center, he may be giving life woman neither shall a man with Mr. and Mrs Harvey Star- Optometrist schedule-and that myna) time must not be

to a wounded soldier. We must go on sup- pertaineth unto a man, ling.Mr. wasted at bus stop if schedule are to be main
that do
woman's garment: and Mrs. Drew Walker and
of the Red Cross to put on a If bother 11msj
porting the efforts your eyes YOSJ tained.
the Lord thy God. of Macclenny spent Sunday
unto son
abomination them and fit
of blood so are examine you
adequate reserve Mrs.
build up an with Mrs. Walker's mother, Union Bus Depot
; (Deuteronomy 22:5)) Hillard Broughton. with glasses If you need them.

plasma. in day of Selah! Rev. E. T. Vestol will deliver 30 yean experience.. Holidays LACY CONWAY, Aef M/pW/ fh
With reports coming every two sermons Sunday. March 28, end Sundays by appointment.TELEPHONE ts.e a ,

Newman and chil- at the Christian Church., Every- ......70 ,Temple Avr AaN iM

SAMPSON CITYHorace stationed at an Army camp in dren Mra.of Albert Ocala are here to spenda body Invited to attend. Buildin:1 M s r I STAKKK, FLORIDA gOIrC jf
Alabama, Is spending a week's 491 Temple Theatre
: Ily Loulae Varnea furlough with his wife and his few days with Mrs. Newman'sparents ,Corner Main and Monroe StreetsJACKSONVILLE
Mrs. Lester LEVEL
Mr. and PINE
Mr. and Mra. Carl Mc-
Jacksonvillespent parents. FLORIDA 1
of ,
Mra. H. M. McRae
Kite. By
and Sunday with Kinne).
Saturday McKinney: who la stationed -
his parents, Mr.. and Mr.' M. Dock Warren Mra. Ray Goodge Mathew? Rev''W.. E.-Hall of Green Cove .
Varne and little Ray Harper were visit. with the Navy somewhere, Springs filled his regular appointment -

I Mr. and Mrs, Bob Warren andchildreB ing relatives and attending to down South, arrived last week to at Pine Level Church

"of. Palatka stopped to bualneas In Palatka one day last visit his parent Mr. and Mrs. last week-end with a large at- Il1HP'tliln9l

visit here Saturday and Mr. War. week.A. Carr McKinney. tendance Sunday., We are sorry
killed here that Mrs. Hall was un-
ren's Muter, Mrs. Ray Goodge, mad dog was and Austin to report
accompanied them on to Worthington Sunday morning. No one knew Frank able to attend the meeting be-
Spring where they visited whose dog he was or where he and L..wls Smith were In Jacksonville cause of Illness. Ibr

Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Warren.Pvt. came from. Several dogs here one day last week to visit First Class Seaman, Rollin

Buford McKinney who Is were bitten by him. Mr and Mrs. Block Parrlah. Janny of Brooklyn, New York was
Visiting relatives and friends here
Sunday and attended church Sun- .You it time .:
can spot every
N'1 ft\ .
; ;
." ,.....,.....J:e (' 'k"f'; k. .=\>;;<.'...,...... :.:....." ..' fu day' evening. Lou Alvarez of 'fTHE
Misses Mary
-' : -:
: <
< t7.lli. : .
: :>< .,
.", ."'"";",> / ,,'L! j.f't\4",.,. 'a If' '".C'atr'i'1l : t Vanderbilt and Freda Turner of fashion magazine, "Harper's Bazaar", publishes two
? 0f>i ( : dinner
$:> '' Plant City were guests
., ; ..t.I: :' I
; ;
of models. each in
; *' en McRae Sunday. showing a row young an
.,''.t R.,' .u.j/ : :>;1i '''' ; f''W7fi.j. of Miss Odessa
?).L. J: .) >,... :. :, .. Miss Frances Warren of WorthIngton original dress creation. Each is drinking an original creation .'

:'y I"'.4;?N?,, :.,' .t.,l""." f,((:"<:>.'".t Springs was visiting Miss in refreshment... ice-cold Coca-Cola. Thumb the
t.: l f' / ''f %'l ,. recently-
''''''''' Mamie Kelly '
,, 0V .WfJ:I!: :!t...>,.. .;J" :" ff f\ ,$ Mr, and Mra. M. D. Cannon pages of magazines and you see Coke in picture after ''

.\ 4'
..."'"1ft11" 'ff *, ""'M and children' of Jacksonville were picture. Note how shops and stores feature "CokeBars"for

>., ." visiting Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Hall their customers' refreshment. t

Sunday.Mr and Mrs.. L. A.,Cro by and Coca-Cola had to be good to get where it is.The finished l

Il / ONTHLY children of Rising were dinner art of 57 years' experience Is in its making. The result
by getting guests of Mr. and Mrs. B. M. Mc-
is a different kind of refre.hment-all the difference
Rae Sunday. ,
11/ OTOR CARAINTENANCE"at We are sorry to report the illness between something truly refreshing and just something a _
0 and wish
of Gerald Crosby to drink.

him a speedy recovery.
\ your The only thing like Coca-Cola is Cora-Cola, itself-the. <

RISING trade-marked product of The Coca-Cola mpany.
By: Mr*. fiddle Merman There's no comparison.

DEALER'SChevrolet EiirP Proctor of the U. S. Navy, C \

CHEVROLET la home on a furlough with his
It's natural for friendly abbreviation
parents. Mr, and Mrs.,T. D. Proctor popular name to acquire
of Gainesville, He was visitIng *. That's why you hear Coca-Cola called Coke. Both

friends and relatives In this mean the same thing..."coming from a single source,and
all makes of cars and
dealers service section and Lake Butler Friday well known to the community".

_. trucks. and Saturday, and .will vialr- relatives
Chevrolet dealers have had the broadest experience in Jacksonville Monday and
Get tI OWl -servicing millions of new and used Tuesday. ,
-'UP vehicles. Mr. and Mrs.. James Norman
Jlmmle and Mrs. I
and little son.
510 IJ.ED t._ Chevrolet dealers have skilled,trained mechanics Jake Daniels of/Jacksonville spenta

Cli t ncI rofG" Chevrolet dealers have modern tools and equip.d.dc few days In this section and

J Lake Butler last week.
.?.,ncvo- ,etaf"", Mr. and Mrs Eddie Norman
.J M9k,., c rbU dealers give quality service at low cost. and son, Herbert and Mr. and

d"cJc Mrs. Thurman Jones were visiting
J f.ry 4'j
In Brooker Sunday afternoon. EI

brGi'''' Mrs. Jack .Sapp u upending ,
h..1 1 W6
ed' ", sometime In Jacksonville where 4al ta. W off
.J Here,MUs Bonnie Cathln for Adler
9 she took one of her babies to the ,designer
&Adler,Ine,New York,relaxes In her studio.
: .J align..... oI" Just a few moments to relax with IcecoldCocaCola y
!> tfCII'."'I Be Quick To TreatBronchitis puts customer,designer,and model +?" <:

." -' _M cI"tch, In good humor.
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your cough cheat cold,or acute bronchitis ay
I Is not treated and you cannot

CHEVROLET I f atfordtotalteaclancetrttanymedlelne : ::

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j trouble to help loosen and expel germ .
laden phlegm and aid nature to c5fi

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Creomulslon blends beechwood ,,,,,
MAKES AND MODEL! creosote special processwith other
HEADQUARTERS FOR SERVICE time tested medicines for coughs.It .
contains no narcotics.No : The best
is always the better
matter how many'medicines' buy
Chevrolet Co. you have. tried tell your druggist to
Torode sell you a bottle of Creomulalon with
the understanding you must like the SOtniD UHOt., AUTNO..TT. O. THI COCA.COLA COMPANY. ST
way it quickly allays the cough permitting --
StarKe Florida rest and sleep or you are to STARKE COCA-COLA
have your money back. (Ady.) BOTTLING COMPANY.

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MAIM-H: 28. IlKS

radford County High School Journal ''I


Liior-in-chlef ____ Idalou Davis

enlor porte, Reporter Edlter ___Virginia__ June Sewell'Bios Two Grades Raise $183.22 For Red Cross War Fund"What I

B. Club] __________ Patsy Keen

oclety .,,__ -Alice June Harding .

News ______ Jewell Powell A Life" One day several weeks
1u!* Dudley DescribesLife Ima ago
;lee Clubv.___ Leis Newsome To SnooperHI Trio Presents Baseball Dominates while the students of B. H. S.

_- Eva Fay ,Gainey Be PresentedBy In NavyOne were either
lioeraphles Unique ProgramAt "scratching their
P Markey diddle ,diddle, kids-Well Physical
Martha Seniors heads"' over their lessons

ep, squad _____- Shirley Colley of our former students, yours atreet,truly alroot feels, and strictly alrot all with right all, Science Club Spring Program "thinking of fishing" because or It:

and(( .._______ Clarice Thomas I say, "What a Life." Henry Ralph Dudley, who has recently the doln'a waa such a beautiful 'day; In one
___ Nina Bishop a comln' off in a few NOTICE: Now It can be told. Baseball i IN In the air
Features Aldrich again
pedal says, "What a ,Life" And Joined the Navy was back weeks-Kid's, Day com In' off on Those of the 7th or 8th !grade classes!
Edwards Marjorie OriderEDITORIAL you will if young ladies! MIsses Patsy and that statement la meant to there discussion
Edna agree you, listen to arose s about the
amongst us last week since he April Fool's Day (that is one Keen Nina Bishop and Freddie
Blondle over -.. What am I 8ay.1 be taken literally. Thursday afternoon Red Cro. The students talked
day In the
was home on furlough. Several year that suits me Wimberly, who have been entertaining
ing! ? See what it does to me. I poiaonality)-then there' the the boys' first period about the fact' that the Red) Groin

EDITORIAL listened to them practice one aft. of our other boys were also but Junior-Senior us for, the past few physical education class played was with our soldIers( no matter '
LEST I Ralph did such a grand Job of Banquet the 16th weeks with their singing are Just the fifth class. The where
ernoon. period game they are. They' knew that
much good in theworst of April (don't :
t There is so quote me on this). big fakes. This startling factwas
1 of us I George Bigelow (Richard Ray) telling about his experiences' thatIt Then there's the play "What a revealed last Thursday at was a hard fought battle between the range and horror of this war

And so much bad in the best -"You cribbed from my paper i is really worth the mentioning. Life" on the ninth of April. Hear the Science Club meeting when two teams that were almost equalor calls for unprecedented means to

Of UK didn't you?" MI'!!. Wainwright asked him, to It's going to be JP'and-they tell Mrs. Ball Introduced to us the at least evenly matched In cope with Its miseries and they
strength. The fifth class knew
period that the Red Cross alone
That it little behooves any of Oh! Henry is in trouble as talk to her World History' class me. Sure wish April would hurryup real "McCoys"- tho s'e glamor was victorious with a final score stands ready to render help.It .
usual. and get here, I'm Just
us and the dyln'to girls with the sparkling person of 6-4. The :
picture he painted of boys enjoyed it and
To talk about the rest'of us. George B.-"What's get me glad rags out of the alities. Herb e r t Prince Bobby put those students to think
the there la talk
matter some about
So I'll Just write about all of chicken?" Henry wouldn't be, Navy life was very Inviting and moth balls and go a scampln'. Turner, and George Oliver. The game In the near future.another This ing They Bilked their homeroom

us. scared would he ? That Is what It interesting to say the least. He Ding-Dong-Do you hear the charmingly dreused "girls" are : la. not only good exercise but Is teachers small If they couldn'tttart

Honor Is a word which we use sounds, like to me. Maybe Henry described the routine anti the bells go ding-dong? Wedding billed as "Sing-good, Sing-bad, i an excellent' means by which tu their a Of Red Cross drive of

ally by applying various mean- doesn't want to fight. But -If various tests and procedures required -bells. rang out loud and clear for and Slng-don't make no difference arouse competition among the own. course the teachers : -
and when we, use it we are one ft our sophisticated senior to me." They Banff Mr. Five were glad to approve the
19S you don't thlnk-Well. I classes and mote better
can't tell of new recruits. He' has II pro a plan./
...mv acknowled III n st the Five and Touch of
everything this time. If girls none other than Frances by Texan. I school spirit. It wouldn't be a

..orthlness of the object toward about "What a Life you," wonder with Just finished his eight weeks of I Noegel-oh, oh-pardon me, I After they sang Herbert Prince !. bad Idea if other teams' organized : They made $3 from each clans

hich It Is directed. One of then William Tompeon as Henry Aid- "boot" training and now has the mean Mrs. Bill Clark. I scamper recited a poem all about Hugh j I themselves and arranged to meet their aim. Some of the teachers.

commandments Is "honor thy rich, come down to BHS on April rating of a second class seaman. ed In Just as the lovely bride the Blue Gloo and his wife Sue. and play each other. The students made many suggestions and in

,.irenls( Do we do it? Do we 9, and find out for yourself. Every new recruit, according to went a at roll In' up the alxle. They': It was a very cute poem and we are In favor of It, that way guided their. pupils In

old them In the high estimation E. G. Dudley, Is required to learn the certainly made a handsome I I all liked It. Then the Misses VS. their undertaking."

nd manifestation of respect and I different insignias of the Naval couple. Our hats off to you, Mr. I Keen, Bishop and Wimberly came "The students," a teacher said,

,.verence that is due them! We officers both commissioned and and Mrs. Bill Claik. out on the stage and Hang with "entered' Into It In a most cooperative -
should know. Stop j Freshman Frills the. "Mlnses" Prince Turnet' and Hilarious Program and
ally you I non comlaaioned. His talk' led Glimpsed a few of our Bradford patriotic manner

nr a few minutes to think what, At last Lila Rae and Wanda us to believe that the training biddies out a buskin' In the Oliver Given By BoysIn These boys and girls knew no way '

e would do without them. have been awarded for received Is rather strenuous and balmy sun of Kingsley Beach Everyone at the meeting I they could really ,do something

Then there Is the question of ful their faith. of the type that develops men. other day. To mention a few. thoroughly enjoyed the program. Assembly, for the soldiers until ih.-.'.v
serving at the USO #
club for : _. ,
lonor. to our teachers. Because On occasion he the When the program was ended the thought of the Red Cross.
.. I : hours. Even one said that t'were UODble, Nlnu, Freddie, and They
hey have superior education and though they got boys in his outfit were to take Elise. Seems like they couldn'twait boys challenged Jerome Johns The Junior. boya with that aid knew the Red Cross could\ help "

Bxperlence we owe them the hon-12:5 No.feet and no doubt did away their swimming tests. The of. to take a dip In thelifavor, and Ralph Alvarez to have an of Mr. Hook pieXented a most where help walt needed."

of obedience-atten 11 Ion in 17 shoe ticket, their efforts good a as they had. So amiiblng Assembly program Mon.
r ficer asked for all who could not ite swlmmln hole- -But they said program The students worked, and gave
1IIIIf-! -courtesy In speech. They were well awarded. by being if you'll all come around next day momlnIt/ could fittingly the
swim to tall out. The others dived they didn't do much swlmmln'- money (hey made; made and
Jive: worked for their degrees. presented GSO pins. into the pool. One boy plunged the lake was, like Ice--froze solidas Thursday you'll find out which have been' called "The Fashion sold sandwiches; gave their al \

|'ow don't you think that they Seletta was among those unfortunate In and begun to yell\ for he me butter and shortenln'. had the better program. Parade of 1913." Mrs.! Bull openedthe lowance, etc. They wanted to

,'serve a little distinction for people who were unableto was unable to swim. The officer When they got ready to leave. Colley. program by giving the en. feel that they were giving ,,
escape that which Is known as skit at the up
teitalnlng ,
|heir achievements? asked him why he had not fallen the buses decided' they didn't "Hetty something sacrificing, to help
mumps. We wish a Ham ball 1 Game.. The clothes
Honor to our country and tour you out with the others' If lie could want, to run so :they the poor Lawtey Graduates the soldiers.
recovery, Seletta. modeled' and I heir beautiful ?
| flag Is something that the not swim. He said that ho did critters had ,to walk to the new I' ( ) The 8th grade
Betty Hayes Is very sick, also. Of Junior Hi and glamorous models weie: boys, 8th grade
Dullest child understands.the .
soon not know he couldn't swim because Blandlng road and from, what 1 I girl, 7th. grade
We miss her bright smile Housecoat Peter Nleml. boys, 7th grade
over by
world of today It Is vividly i he had never tiled it before. hear there are a few blisters here Visit BHS girls, competed to
lortrayed, throughout the world- Willa Jean and hope that you Spoiling outfit Marcus [Red see which class I
and thel'l'-But you know wulkin' I -- could turn In the
] So, let's think a little, ,bit about will soon be back with us. I the never has bothert'd me-just a Tuesday, March, 16, the ninth dish. moat money.
Ralph is now stationed at After
|onor and ourselves. Betty Jean has a very beautiful Bainbridge hlkin' hussy called. Henrietta, grade of Lawtey Junior High Evening gowns Cia r e n c e the first day or two the

To have honor Is to have a bracelet which was given to her Naval Training Station at that's your gal. visited B. H. S. The group; of Thomas & Wayne Sargent. amount was raised high abov
Ice sense of what Is right and by a lad named Billy Overstreet. Md., and after his about six girls came down on the House dress J. A. Martinez. their $5OO aim and now they

mformable to a high standard It took me two hours to obtain lough has ended he will report for The guls have louud. out that Lawtey bus, whether there are What to wear In Hawaii are glad to say that they bave
this bit of Information duty. BHS Is proud to have such the hosiery situation Isn't as badas Richard & Steve St John. raised 183.22 which I
( conduct. Bitter battles o f as to the any boys remains to be seen because Ray will be turn
ords and arms have been giver of the bracelet then I knew an excellent representation in the they i first thougTit especially I the boys didn't comemustbe Party dresses Leonard Peek ed over to the Red CraMs, with
(cause someb dy's honor was in I no more than I did In the begin service of UNCLE SAM.\' since Monday's( ass embly pro bashful. When they arrived and Elton Powell. thanksgiving that there Is Such :
L. D. Sure didn't know had
anger of being marred. Honor I nlng. Won't somebody strike! a I. gram. we at Starke they went Immediatelyto Sweater girl of H. H. S.- Bob. an organization as the Red Gross
In ;
such the old
leg pulchritude
.valves courage fidelity, and match for me? Mr. Smith's office and he by McRae. through which to express their

iber factors of excellence, of We held a sorta election downIn Vox Pop, Jr. school. I I showed them tne Home EC room, Boys, (I mean girls), we think feelings toward those who suf ,

jharacter. the Home EC. department third The old village "PI'mll deserted from then on girls from Lawtey that the show was, a great suc fer. The clean winning the race,

allied period a few days ago to elect a Dear Editor: since all our boys left--Joe, already going to B. H. S. showed cess. grade 8-B, turned in $72.60.
Closely with honor Is
When boy-friend wan! home 'George, J. E., Sonny, and Garlandare
ligntty which captain for the cooking ,class. I my the group around the remainderof M. G. With such patriotism and
-a quality our dear un.elflshne. -
wouldn'tgo back and their text
from the Coast Guard, I at Emory
flora should have measurable Quite a few were nominated for the day. From all reports the .. ... aa this among our own
with him, because I didn'twant books. Buck IInlrlRalph D. are i
this position but Merry Beth was girls enjoyed the visit very much Senior young people, thorn
nount of by the night of grad. I to break another date. Now.he's buck learning to ba the best sailors Biographies Japs and
tition. Dignity carries with I it elected Captain and Charlotte and are anxious to start nextterm Nazis don't have a chance.
a' tell the dreamer)
with Please Navy ever they
: angry me.
Wagner, who Is a junior, was enrolled among the ranks LUCILI.K: citosnvLucille Seventh and Eighth Graders
prmai reserve or manner a lortljrag what I do to get him could produce- think these boys,
me can
and of de- elected assistant Captain. Merry ot B. H. S. Crosby Is one of our "We Salute You'
grace, serenity
back. especially the ones in the armed I
eanor, and Is of intrinsic value. Beth Is a Lt. in Physical Ed. anda E. I* K. most quiet senior glrln. She C.A.T.
"Sorry"Dea. services, deserve a great deal of J'
lease do not mistake my'meang. Captain In Home-Ec., so I'm at .- ..edit. was born September 27, 1923 in 1 ": .
a loss as to how to address her Sorry: ci Rising Fla. Lucille began her
is 8th Grade GirlsWe 10-G News
Dignity not haughtiness You really did wrong to Ignore Sure am lookln forward to t i
I the
there and entered
correctly. schooling
stuffiness, but rather a quality him'while he was at home but if the amateur hour Monday mornln' I ,
cultures and poise which oW'lodest Guess this Is enough for now. might -Hear Just about everybody'Sgonna are glad to have Oletha ninth grade here at good ole'H. Well folks here I Is again' I
'are really sorry, you
friends Adios. you Thomas back In school after beIng B.- S. She IK 5' 3", has /grey bringing you the '
[ and wittiest Jok- highlights from
try wilting to him and telling\ take part-Think maybe I :
-F ecktes. absent because of Illness. and black hair. all
eyes of'the
possess and make'u e of ate him so. De sincere about It. It I'll run up and do a number for corners Sophomore

appropriate o c c aslons and seems like you have lost the We are collecting money for' Her likes are music, receiving' / ; room. We are glad to report that ., '

oper times. i Junior JinglesWho other boy and now want your i Y'all.All campus cuties are sportln' the Red Cross and we now ,have, letters, fried chicken' fourth period our teacher Is back with us again/ ,

Just think It over-these quaIl.'S .] I Coast Guard friend back.( You G. S. O. pins signifying so many $33.42. The aim for the Seventh study hall and lieech Nut after a week of illness I thinkIt
would have that and Eighth grades la $100. We (she would, because It's was the Also
you'll never regret having 1 lyiown had better make up your mind hours served at U. S. O. Great gum mumps. OleetaIs \

d moreover you'll like having I our Junior class was talented! or else be!> more tactful. goln', gals.Passed now have $91.13. The drive rationed). Her dislikes are" few, back with us after having a

ople say that you possess those And it la the first time I knewwe Kditor. by the' cinema tother clones Tuesday, March 23.Joyce. namely; History, conceited people; cane of them.

tunable traits-"honor' and dig- had a sweater girl in our day Just In time' to see Frances Moore. and dancing.; Your ole gossiper has been trying

''y," Junior boys class. You make a Dear Editor: Powell golng'ln'escorted' by two Cooper I really don't know but After, sctfool aha hopes to enter to dig up some gossip about ;,;

Catharine N Uman. swell sweater girl. Bobby, Say I am crazy about a certain of our local lads., That's the way I'm inclined to think that he Isn't a business school. Well, Lucille, Ailene K. but It seems that she'sa

Former student of BHS. Clarence you were a wow In little blonde. but she doesn't seem to do If, Nell. Stephen St. John the James Fennlmore Cooper of here's wishing you the beat of good little girl and we've heard

i that white evening gown. If to care anything about me. What must have what it takes or else our Literature books. Enlightenme luck. no complaints from her' corner )

|th Grade NewsThe : you were really a girl I wouldsho' must I do to get a little attentionfor a priority on something 'cause I on the subject won't you. of the globe. I
like to date you myself. myself? saw him surrounded by a big We
and Zannle wonder
Colley ,S. Have developed why Snooky likes
Sonny Peek, that was a beautiful Uncared For of the other and On September 30, 1923, petite
boys in the fifth grade are gioup girls day quite a knack: for mak. Algebra and English ao much ?
["dying about hat you had on. Would you Dear Uncared For: acting like he really enjoyed It. Grace Wagner, our brown-haired. Could It be the
plants in their ing posters. Shall I give you a teacher, the subjects -
'ence. I mind telling me where In the Above all, don't try to be no- Melverna T. vows that she Is broArn-eyed senior, was bom In "We the "
They are going to start I little free publicity girls ? You or People. We'vebeen
Work [world you picked It up, the dear ticed by resorting to acting cute. the the Keystone Heights.
very soon. Some of the the one, only, original really might go Into the business. told that a certain 10th
>ys are going to bring. some; litUe thing Marcus, you )ure That would nip your chances In Melverna. At least, she hasn't Spied Catherine Revel and Grace spent her first school grade boy takes these subject.

<'d. Some of the others are go-I would make a wonderful biker. the bud. Be nice to her and act seen anybody else with I that Rerta Lee Georgewearing their! years in Keystone. She went with her. Now, I wonder?
y to Maybe we can go biking some dignified not too loud but still handle. there for ten years. For her
bring some material to twin blue pinafores tother day. Shirley has
h't' an experiment. They have I beautiful day. And, any how not to the point of being bore- It's funny to see Margie Manlre, They aho do paint a purty picturefor Junior year she came to B. H. S. her to ride on moved the Hampton so that puts bun.

1)1) gotten about the Master of Ceremonies some.! seventh grade Home EC. student, and liked It so well that she came
all .
the material tort a pair eyea sore or other. She says It's bumpy all right
excuse me, I mean Mistress Editor. make back for her senior year ;
the trying desperately to an ,
experiment. They are wise. Wear 'em again, girls. but she dOf'8' 't notice It for she's
log to bring the material soon.I Ceremo n I e s Judy you were Dear I Editor: apron when she would much Just got the dope from, the Grace states that she likes the looking at those cute boys, or at
Harry swell. If I hadn't seen you needed rather be playing baseball.I air la It the air or
Green has been out of There Is a certain Junior boy grapevine that Willie\ Thompson corps I least she says one of them I Is cute,
inool tor a shave, I would have thoughtyou Whether it be apron or baseball somebody in It ? She aluo likes
a week with the who has become very attractiveto l U to be the Henry Aldrich of Wonder who he Is ?
l'Bip' We hope he will be back 'I w ef e a Bradford County I Just can't forget him. give It what you have, kid. BHS, at least In the new play movies and civics She has no
me. Barbara Home lIen'Ing
ln us Rose. In other wordS. boys, your Attention: Anybody noticed the dislikes. been .
soon. We butI "What a Life" to be presentedby
are to to Jealous
sorry I don't want seem "those "
kind of look
that Dwight Dudley Is In1 I| program was tops. We tip our don't like for him to spend too new crew haircut that Prof. the senior class noon. Alwaysdid Grace's post-graduation/ plans Watch out B. P. to B. P.

e hospital having an dperation, hats to ,you.Remember. much time- with other girls.' How Futch Is now wearing..t He saysIt thin: that Willie had talent. are to continue to work for Southern ,

[e .hear that be Is getting, along Juniors, I am still can I forget him is the really O: I. 'It'. right Now let's see him prove It. Bell Telephone Co. ahe likes I am supposed to change 'a
ne and hope he will be back your Junior tattler and I will take "Jealous Malsle" becoming to say. the" least. Gives Warning: I hear that Mr, Smith thin work very much. Her like mistake that was pet in here a

ton. anything you Juniors will dropIn J. M. me an Idea. hax Issued a warning to all of lor the work and her pleasant few weeks ago about Frances.

our News Box. Well my Dear The best advice I can think of I Hazel Packham's new pig-tails you "hookey players" and It might I disposition combine to make hera She's not lonesome now. The j

*me EC mind Is as empty. as me butter is to try being around him until appear to be quite the thing for not be .so nice If It keeps up successful "hello" girl. only trouble is ahe can't seem to I
Gleanings I Give the impression keep a thing (to eat t
dish- these warm days. ) not even
.. 9,._'__ _.....__ you become so disgusted with his What do you say we buckle down -
I we certainly did have loads of -oIun..r at.rn. actions that you don't care for of being/ a means by and get In some real work? Is I BILLY I'ATKAY I coat. The poor dear child,! ,

in last week cleaning, and'get- I him any longer Your letter I which to save bobby pins and hairpins It really so much fun to skip Our senior Billy "a tray, who We can't seem to find anymore

Il> everything in Uptop'shape 10th .Grade BoysThe sounds like you really don't want and makes an attractive school? Remember, you are only has distinguished himself by his "Man Blte. Dog News" ao I will I

*e could begin cooking; Marion to forget him.. If that la the ease hair do at the same time cheating yourselves. And takeIt high/ scholastic average, waa bornin sign off. '

Barbara, Shirley B., and';Jean tenth, grade boys came your Jealousy Is the thing to Orchids to the Junior nigh from Ima. that's Just what you 1925, In Norton Va. Sophomore Spy.
. seventh and
Were our floor rubbers, while very near to getting their first curb. He Isn't worth It, (or Is grades, namely are doing Billy, with brown hair, and

-rnlta did all the errand These day toward their 20 days for a he) ? eighth: The way they have really Hear Margie Davis had quit eye..* Drown or green by turn Third Grade
had they got a per- gone to work and earned the a scare Monday afternoon while :
P their shoes off and half holiday. as Editor. (started to school in Virginia. His
*re really going to toweL If fect half day. The tenth. grade money for their contribution to taking Phy. Ed. The March wind 'earlier school yeaia were divided Monday afternoon An t bon y \

could Just see the floors you_ lost a good pupil this week: Albert -,. Dear Editor: the Red Cross Is certainly worthmentioning. had suddenly relieved her of three I between Virginia/ and Kentucky. Ralvs celebrated his ninth birthday 1

W agree with me. Davis. I have been Informed I am a young girl In high I hear that they one dollar bills which she had deposited When he was in the seventh I Our boys and girl sang

[1 Well. well, those Home Ec that the one. who Informed me school. I have been going with a I' raised over a hundred dollars In her pocket for safe grade, Bradford High claimed him' several of their "pep" songs, and I
have about Bryan who is much older than I. from contributions I and sellingsandwiches. keeping. But Coach Riser calleda
done gone and( '"dood" were misinformed man lor her own. tie has been here Mm. Raiva Introduced several
be serious. Does I I Robert Owen, Just halt and the searching
I-Win. This time have H He seems to : party since then. new games. Much merrimenttook
r t t name they age always count? What would to mention one, gave (6 of hla set out to recover them and did. place as each child "acted
on them
elves. For Billy's only dislike Is motion
r ance lat you do? I own money. Mrs. Demorest and The wind had swept them some hill number/' All kinds of stunts
GradeOur which he conslJers
period Olora. 7th as
( are to be congratulated -
) Anderson
lIJp ill) 1ck of thlrklng. Mrs. little piece. Just like picking up were performed. The one -
called performing
the C. S. D. boring and not worthwhile, unless ,
reaay Dear"sick of thinking". for urging/ them on but money off the ground. Incident- the best '
Spoon Draftees fled Cross la a very suc- the Is stunt received a I'I
) and maybe picture connected
CIey5 group b the SB C. .-.o--..-ftit-- drive-_.. --. The two Seventh You are much too young to be they:. aay it__e.was .the__, .students.___ .. _..'*_ bo,.. ally a very relieved! Margie once with his outstanding like, rabbit soldier for a prize. Edwin
')up about such things and ; ala tne worn. AHJTWBJT u .un".J more resumed her Play Ed. exercise Perkins
thinking the
, BOWl Commandoes: ). Ktada grades and the two eighth gradesare i aviation. Billy's other like Is I won prize. Due to
-a, eh* 2nd period both in the drive. We have right now with your years age.. Is appreciated. tJ with the rest of the group. math of any kind the scarcity of Ice cream and the '
: Catherine
' awful difference.! Helen' Lett celebratln" her fifteenth Arnold W thinks he has
group has given does make an Just rationing of juices. Mrs. Ralv. '
l is Every one .
," (Crazy, the so-called 4 over $100.We know It's going for I You should be going with boys' birthday ,and recelvin' a about mastered the art of blacking Following graduation, he plansto served butter cookies, mixed candies '

at's quite CutleCooklng' Club). freely. wonderful cause, we don't of your own age. I would tell gift of $23: from her brother In up. He really makes a very : enter the Navy Air Corps and caramel pop-corn. M.... I

W Merry stunnJnc. Zannie'sBeth'i such a him that I am still a school girl the Army. 'Ole Snoop sho' would efficient porter if the play tother After his release from this branch Biggs assisted Mra. Ralvs in

theirs, Oh haven't decided mind giving. have so many and I am not Interested In marriage like to have a thoughtful brothel night was any evidence of proof.I of the service be plans to make looking after the little guests f I

Ve any well, they shouldn't We are sorry school.we They have now or any time soon. Remember like that. Several birthdays c Well students, guesa. I'll conclude aviation his career-to fly for Anthony received several gifts.

''IUI4' they'l trouble deciding or boys quitting farm since there you're married a long year would come In handy at that this chatter for now. some airline. To realize his aratltion I Everyone thanked Aolra. Ravls for

to help on the tune. irate.I member that New Box. klJ. he need only continue In the lovely time. We are planning I Re.j t
So lone la a shortage of Grace who Is I bin channel. '.
"Susie" help.Claude Johns. Editor.,I I sey. Wagner, I piescnt 1 1I I I a picnic in April.


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V. S. St. John Host I got out they tried to get him to I Mignon Gay LaMorte New Plan AnnouncedFor -

ijl SOCIETY and CLUBSUniversity I II stay In the rear as motor officer USO Hostesses,
To Masonic Lodge "
, .But Lt. and Mr. JB111 LaMorte
him captaincy.
___ ____== _,__ ,_ tlL.L''V-. promised a blrth'of daughter
the a
--- .. At &'IIr.o&I ... .3 Milton told "em he'd rather be a nounce An Interesting: new:! hostess Plan
Girls AwardedAttractive Recent Bride tat Lt. at the front and hitch MIgnon Gay. on Monday March has been Inaugurated at the Uso.
Glee Club The Bradford Lodge No. 35 F. hiked back!" Thanks for the IS. in the Alachua County Hos YMCA. Local ladles are being
Gave Fine ConcertAt GSO Pins & A. M. enjoyed a fish fry last Information Ben Nice to pital. Before her marriage Mrs. asked to serve at the building
At Saturday DanceAn Friday night at the' home of its LaMorte was Miss Mignon Sis- on
in addition
USO-YMCA SundayOne know that you two ex-Callatreet- Saturday to Sunday
Worshipful Master, V. S. St. John son. She will return the latter afternoon. Theso ladles will
of the outstanding musical outstanding event of the on Road 28 southeast of town. ers can enjoy each other' company part of the week to the home of charge of the information Desk take

# l events of the season was the con Saturday night dance at the USO- Weather was favorable and the while doln" your durndestto her mother Mrs. R. A. Weeks,
also the
the presentation of fish fried and1 served out Grammatical Weeks In Starke. and greet men as they
4, cert given by the Glee Club of YMCA was were help rout Rommel and Mr.
the University! of Florida under the O. S. O. pins to a large groupof doors. About ,25 members en- highlight Hearing not enter the building.!! Th USO-

,1 r a the auspices of the USO Clubs of girls who are members of the joyed the outing, and hospitalityand qulte-two-year-old Virginia Jean I Farewell Luncheon YMCA Is anxious to have not

P Starke, Sunday afternoon' MarchN' Girls Service Organization. The the eats; and I For Mrsu CarterThe only their assistance In Caring for
4. The concert was given in the pins were presented by Major At Its regular meeting last Darby pronounce Mississippi the service men, but also] the
auditorium of the USO-YMCA Holland of Camp Standing, who Massachusetts staff of the USOYMCAheld
nil and both civilians and service thanked the girls In the name of Monday night, .the Master a farewell party for Mr. gracious cordial atmosphere which
soldier for the splendid cooperation Mason' degree was !administered their presence will create. ThIs
men attended. the Seenw they JUH can't stay Jerry Carter\ secretary of the
This. chorus of 35 voices has with the USO in Its and 'a like ritual will be gonethi'Ough away from Call Street See unit In the 'building last Friday project Is an activity of the

been proclaimed the South' greatest ,efforts to provide recreation for with at a special meet- Mitchell Ergas back in his old noon. A; luncheon was served Women's' Se r vie 1 e Organizationand

', male glee club' and the audi I the soldiers. Ing next Monday night Mr. St. spot, torturing helpless little hot and a gift presented"to Mrs. Car- I Mrs. W. H. Nollinan_ is Chairman
ence thought that this year' In honor of the occasion the -7 John said. dogs on a steaming griddle at ter?, who has gone to join her of the committee.
club met the high standard set dance was formal and the girls Jerry's He and bill taxably husband at Manchester, Tenn. .
." t by the clubs I ot, previous.: ,years. made,, ,a lovely picture ,a* theywere t moved to High Springs a coupleof She Is succeeded by Mr G. A. -
Its meteoric rile is''uneqtiated,by, : photographed' In'their>even-j
%? Ing dresses.A Elect New OfficersThe Call St., sand In their shoe the USO-YMCA a t Falmouth, salo at The nradford! County

organization. surprise feature of,the even- Jus couldn't be denied Goodto Mass., before ,coming to Starke. Telegraph.
4s 1 New York World's Fair and also Ing was the appearance of Miss y W. A. of the Baptist see Buck McMillan an' Ralph

t'' gave a special recital before a Patricia Parker, singer. Mis sParker church met Monday,at the home Dudley back in town, all sprucedup I
x, congressional delegation In Wash sang several popular num- of Mrs. W" J' Epperson, with 13 In their Navy blues Both! VAUGHAN'S CASTLE LUNCH
I Dorothy Hazel Griffin, members and four'vlsitol'S pres
which enthusiastically at
ington. bers were I boys are training Bainbridge,
daughter' of Mr. and Mrs. Joe ent. An interesting program on
% Md. Hear IlL
factor received. Harry
Variety was the main :!w v Ann, ,
? aimed at by the Gator Glee Club Pins were presented to the following Griffin' of Starke became< the Home Missions WUIconducted' by Iauftrjen celebrated,,their,. 22nd
} In the presentation of Its pro I girls: bride of Pfo. George I. Cruthlrdn Miss Fannie Silcox weddinganniversary March 16 by Good Eats
I l gram. In addition to the ensemble : And Patricia of Biloxi, Mlw, In a ceremony Among the principal business pending the day In' Jax with
1 Virginia
selections there were sev Blow arson Lorene Mon- perform at the office of County of the meeting was the electionof their nephew and niece Pvt and
Keene, June AtReasonable
eral excellent vocal and instrumental Jean Davis Judge R. K. Ferryman; on. Tue*> the following -officers: President II I- Mrs. Nat Brisker, and dining at
crief Frances Peek
solos. I :day March 16. For her marriagethe Miss Fannie Silcox: 1st the Geo. Wash Hotel And
Rivers I
1 Wanda Pearce, Dorothy ,
bride wore a n attractivetraveling Vice President, Miss Sara Bare
I that dears to wind Prices
I my seems up
After the concert the USO Ells Green, Louise Stern, GraceGreen
I outfit of Navy blue with foot 2nd Vice President Miss ,
clubs entertained the Glee Club Alice June Harding, Clara i ; the little black book for now .
at the USO-YWCA, and I I pink acceNKorlcft.After Ruby Silcox: Secretary-Treasurer, So long See you In the nextCarolyn.
at supper Mae Harley Dorothy Swanbom
201 Temple
Miss Joule Skipper; Community ,
the boys sang several Impromptu I Ida Mae Johnson Grace* Wagner, a. brief wedding trip toOcean .
Mission chat r m a n., Miss Betty
!\118M. left -
numbers while there. Miss Sarah Carol While Rosalie Wimberley Spring, they -
Reed was chairman 'of the supper -: Margaret Beam. Nina Bishop. for North Carolina where Pvt. ,Turner
and the following ladles Lila Rae Caldwell Mary Jo Caldwell CruthlrdM In stationed with a I. At the close of the meeting,
assisted In perparlng and serving: Frances Opperman Sara parachute regiment at Fort Mrs. Epporoon! assisted by Mrs.
,Mrs. Grace Walnwrlftht :Mrs. Emma Crews Della Rosenbeig, Bragg.If i Joe LoPresti,,served refreshments,

,Julius Thorn Mrs A. W. Anderson Helen Rivers, Marguerite Deyorio, ,
Miss Evelyn Stump, and Miss Mary Katherine Shyrock Mar-
Della Rosenberg, Miss Cornelia garet Strlngfellow, Abble Harley .. 5 DAYS 5 DAYS
I '
Smith, Mrs. O. L. Beasley and Evelyn Stump. Garnet Hutto, Carolyn Callstreet
Mrs. H. W. Ratbke. Charlotte Wagner Roberta Whit- STARKE

After the supper the glee club I field. Freddie ,Wlmberly. Joyce .
visited all USO clubs and gaveInformal .
Roberts, Pearl Lewis, Irene. Math-
concerts In each. which "
were; grealy enjoyed.' During Us ewe, Lucile Mitchell, Jewell Carter )'ou'(1 brand yourself "a| military ball with as pretty a BEGINNING SUNDAY MARCH 28

brief stay in Starke the Florida Esther Crews Faye Peter- loiwe" pair of swollen Jaws as you ever ,

'Glee Club achieved great success son, Arline Dew Grace Dew, Vir- Just dare to miss the Open did bee Among the teachers,

;and received loud praise on the ginia Sewell, Marjorie Grlder House! Dot Epperson IB a recent lecoverce 'THRU APRIL 1ST.
quality of Its voices and the skill V's. folkH Whatever you
Melba Strlngfellow Alice i St.
do don't fall to turn up at one -
,with which !It presented Its varied
John Loraine Hartman Melverna (or all) of the USO Clubs Sunday Glimpsed the Girl Scout hiking

program.Paul Tubb of the USO-YMCA Thornton, Lucille Johnson, Elizabeth to partake of the hospitality out toward Crosby Lake tother THE BOOK THAT BLASTSTHE

staff was chairman of local arrangement Joiner, Rose Drlggers. they're extending to soldiers an' day all laden down with can,
*!. civvies, alike on National Open teens, knapsacks arid other effects
I Other GSO members will receive House Day They're going to Idell Lapdrum reports
I pins at a later date. a lot of trouble, arranging some they drank all their water on the
New ArrivalLt.
was Miss Marjorie Stump, daughter very special events and It won't way out and had', to go thirstythe MASK FROM HITLER'S
and Mrs. Wm. H. Thomson of Mr. and Mrs. F. F. Stump. look so good for Starke unless rest of the time Hear
!there's of cite Shirley Colley and Virginia
announce the arrival of a son on Lt. Thomson arrived Wednesday a good percentage
Sunday, March 21, in the Alachua from Lowry Field Denver, co-mingling with the khaki .. '. Sewell spent quite i a few nerve-
County Hospital, 'Galne vUle. Before Colo., for a brief leave with his Too bad foul weather kept so i wracking moments,when the wind
her marriage Mrs. Thomson' wife and eon. many folks away from the Glee I and rain-storm Sunday afternoon '
Club concert Sunday afternoon 'caught them doing. their stretchIn SECRET
You'll it's the lflm.fiJIONAL
too fine a musical treat to waste the observation tower The say MOST

.. 4 t FUNERAL DIRECTOR on empty seats Let's do better girls stuck it out{' 'till a large
next time, come rain or glass window crashed to bits, and :
My Many Years Experience: Make It Possible" for Me to Render PICTUREyou'veeverseenltCNAN
shine ". then decided 'twas time to take
refuge Inside Blending Center
MODERATE PRICES Well of all the all'H (aa Grandma i Enjoyed meeting 'Cornelia ER

DeWITT C. JONES Callstreet used to say) Smith, attractive brunette Se-
Btarfce, Florida Hear an epidemic of mumps Is brlngite, here to spend last week- Amazing, astounding, shorh/ .l
raging at BUS and you can end with Marie (USO-YMCA)

hardly blame it, seeing as how Register ; I f9 fact revealed...Facts'ofeduf
the jovial Juniors are actually -' OF HORRORS
SEA FOODS CHICKEN DINNERS exposln' themselves to the plague Hear Mr. O. J. Griffin who's leaders who ran say things like:'
so they'll hurry and have It be- been on the sick list of late, gota ,

STEAKS CHOPS fore the Jr.-Sr. banquet! done of the best -medicine, in a In
Seems Betty Palmer was stricken the world tother night In the 'S"A
tother afternoon and a bevy of form of a very long distance call *

TEMPTING, TASTY, SANDWICHES beauties deliberately visited her from Maj. Owen W. Griffin A
DELICIOUS HOME MADE PIES, In the sick room daring the Said he couldn't tell where he

germs to come on and get it was callin' from, but 'twas a ; I. I pr t /
over with Those who've recently mere 6,000 'miles awayr ,
or are still, takln' the What 'a thrill :1' Letter this
A, & A LUNCHEONETTE bumps with the mumps Include week from Bob Salterfleld' who's t '
Betty Turner, Seleta Sparks an' punchln' the clock,now for War
In' Park Theatre Bldg. .. __ Starke, Florida Margie Reddish The latter ner Bros. In Hollywood, Calif,
returning from U of F'a famedoLeiCa's but not as a glamour boy, I
hasten to add Seems he Isn'tin
.. ,. .. ,. '
Ie" ,. ., ., the acting dept. as yet, with a
emphasis on the YET Well L

good luck. Bob ;. Seems there
Sa/on oughta be room for Iota of new
(Lea u1 j talent what with Clark Gable '" FA t Sd
and Vlo Mature out of the run-
nin' for the duration '. Dr
Malcolm Ford, ex-director of
Bradford's Health Unit, hall received p yes 4 j. *e.:"+ ts

ANN0UNCESrhfZGl'C lvIf another change of orders
G 1 f1
Now assigned, to National
Training School for Boys, Washington 1 stake peer

C D. C. MM .

E 555 S ,4
Wonder how many remember 't a,. V VS
S5jOp ..
Cpl. Charles i Mayt.*.exBlandingitenow FO .TRULY INE:

: stationed in< Texas r FIAAII
Hear he has just published a
book "The First Year" describing .
that very trying first 12 !!

months of a soldier' training STAY J
w "' Those of us who knew him IN V
$ will eagerly await Its appearancein t9dFOIEVERIf

Se.. the book stalls Bill Plum- I .-s DON'T aws
mer postcards from Ottumwa, Ifl
Iowa that "I still like the Yankees, Ii' "
but this d-m Yankee weather la
horrible!I" Don't let It get

you. down. Bill Don't forgetwe t
NO MACHINES Southerners are supposed to
be able to ."take It" ,'".,. Sym-
pathy to Lucile Mitchell who'

.d ,A.ct'.ly aw..1 fUvsl pw.swsa, been shut-In quite some time

'r "' A Mump of....-- H.......TNCSIAM with a sprained ankle Bet
she misses those Thursday
Ing bridge games at Blanding I
specially since she: nearly always i : .
lama HAIR CONDITION In COLD ro....... on all typoi of hair. It's MM COMrtm CONVINIINCII In COLD comes home with a prize
RAY,magic lotion flow gwtriy through pooffl. ,,_to RAY. wo offor you ......... ma- Personal nom !nation for
your, hair,la mold. and hold your curh. SOPTIRSTRONGIRCURLsihi I dtin.lwwew"u'toksosobnea1Ae duckiest hat of'the Jo RpK 10 MILLIONS 01' "UD."S gasped. .
a touch of latin' croam. R.ull' COLD KAY,you got abundant,kndou to pies Man. an ordinary. boat wava.And season: raged.and exploded ..... ik.y rood
Hair to toft .** .IDc... pun itarauitl curhl Not only an normal I hair_ but long after you how your COLD (Mrs. Julius L.) Thorn's black <**..* It Im th ftCAOCJPS OIG sr'

(DIAL COMVOITIki COLD RAY....... wen on many types of hair hard. to RAY youH be ovor to gratorvl for It* straw with white lace number fr.as th .......",.' b...
h no..0........imtchtng. of your hair no wave with h.atlsf of all _enl_ faIt loavat your hair V -EDClCAT'ON FOR 5ATH" .y ow: tea. floater
hoot,no machlnM wolghrod downfooting. _v...,.longor-laiMng curls oU along. oft and managoobla ... beautifully -.
.COLD RAY H..,.,.......and MM. ...........,too. aiy to..,.. for any occcaJon. Flash from the African JI'I'oatlBen
Sternberg writes: "The item / ALSO
In C. C. about Milton Brownleeand

.. oteita'< 6 Beauly Sa/en bit one, too of I 'meeting my casual.: right-hand In Fact Africa'Is men,that was In he's the a Latest Issue of "His' Is America" -- No 5

Bn.-Motor Officer and a helluva'

1 Telephone 140 .. ., STAR1tEFLORIDAVs .. good one. He was In the hospital And WAR NEWS
.. .. ., .. .. ,. for a while and when '
I II ,




.- BITS of LOCAL NEWS IMPORTANT RATION DATES reach them all through the following -' months and says he likes the life-

fetter In the Telegraph: II fine.
"There were a great many of -

r H. NoUman spent a few Mrs F, H. Long returned home Mrs. Fred I. Frades, an Instructor Stamp 12 good: for five pound March 16 through you that I would 1 have liked to AT FORT DENNING

0,1s week transacting busl- last week after a visit In Fort in Jackson College. Medford May 31. have seen but my time was I Pvt. William Roscoe Parrish

ln Sebring. Benning. <;;4., with her on, Lt.- Ma .., is stopping at the Coffee: limited and I know most of you on of Mr. and Mrs. ,J. R. Par

Col. T. T, Long and his family home of Mr. and Mrs. Marvin ''Stamp 25 (In sugar book) good for one pound were busy working at the many; rish of Brooker, haj been In the

udge A. Z. Adklna was In Hazes while visiting her husband, through March 21. Stamp 26 good March 22 Jobs around Starke and Blanding. I Army two years and' I* now stationed -

tka the first of the week White leghorn chicks for 12cents : who Is stationed at Camp Blan- through April 25. five weeks. But I want those of you I saw to at Fort Denning. Ga. His

ictlnjc court. .t Key Hatchery.Mrs. ding. Gasoline: know how good It made me feel, address is: Pvt. Wm. Roscoe Par-
I '* r *
to receive such a .wlU'm welcome. I nab, Hq. Co., 3rd Student Train ,
L. I"" i' A-coupon 5 valid March 22 value 3'Iallons
I -
A. Z. Adkina and daugh- B. A. Pope Jr., of Auburn,I Albert Wheeler, of Talladega. ( "I am writing this letter to ing Regt. T. S. S. C., Fort Ben-
rs/Fred GU)'. pent Wedy Ala., arrived here yesterday to Ala., began work ; through. July 21. answer the that ntng, Ga.
Sunday night Shoes: 1 ...... .4. questions were
in Jacksonville.lira spend a few days with her with Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Dahmerat aakjd; me most frequently duringmy I
enta.. the Petite Studio. He has Stamp 17 (in sugar book) good for one pair until stay in Starke. I Mr. and Mra.: Julius L. Thorn

J. I.. 'Brlgga of Jackson-of ku... worked with them before and became i Tire June 15. ,* 1. "How do you like the Navy? have as their guest this. week Fer.

L a week-end guest to dinand Chudoba a member,of the
was Starke
from .
Sunday ; I want to that It is fine
f sister Mr. A. Z. Adkina. ,Mrs. J..7. Fitzgerald returned Kansas City, Mo. Inspection: ,c,,:+ branch of our say,service and I a have i I Committee of Management of the
to her: borne In Tampa "A" tires YMCA at Ohio. Mr.Thorn ,
:,qn Tuesday by March 31. the utmost respect for every Cincinnati
sale at Key Ilatchilamplon after spending .three weeks Mrs. Fuel Oil: before to
ryes for W. O. Halle went to Orlando : ii branch we have. 1 chose the coming Starke

Fla.Ira. here with her daughter" Mrs.: Marcus l Wednesday morning to attend Coupon 4 Through April 6.: .-., .i;;,i:, construction branch of the Navy was executive. secretary of this
F. Brown. the Annual Conference of 5 Valid because unit of the YMCA and Mr.
Coupon March 7 to September 30.' I could continue working
H. Sale is Visiting InilBon the Woman's I Chudoba was responsible for -
Guy Society of Chris- Fruits and ; at my re.cularoccupation that II payIng 4
with her husband's par- Mrs Opal Weather bee, pro !Ian Service of the Methodist Vegetables '',' had followed since 1928. I think off the mortgage and remodeling -
: .
Mr, and Mrs. J. H.,Sale: prietor,. cloned, the, Depot ,Cafe church. She went as a' Delegatefor ., I' everyone should be allowed to the building there.
Canned frozen, dried
March 16'and 17 while she products being old on"point"
madea the local
organization. I' work at the Job he is best fitted I
Shepherd of Brunswick, Ga.. business trip to her home at coupons of ration book No. 2. Blue A, B Baby rrucKs. for- sale ai -Key-
M for, even If It Is civilian .
of his ; Branford. She has been In I and C coupons valid during March. Number of ....
ft week-end guest par Starke Baby chicks 12 cent .t Key ment as long as It 1 I. to f'mPloY.1 I Hatchery, Hampton.,(
Mr, and Mrs, I. P. Shep- 26 months. I Hatchery pol"f'1' person for April remain 48. the war.

Point values of dried and dehydrated prune. and Mrs. Chess Padgett

Mrs. K. W.- Parks. ._n_. of__ Lake Capt. and Mrs. T. K. McClane "raisins' and of all edible dry beam, peas and len- 2. "Do you Ret plenty to eatT I I

Worth, left last Friday after aweek's were visiting friends .. been That question Is easy to answer Mrs Chess Padgett, 73-year-old
j-orne to Stanu--BbUldlog( for I here) Satur- Mia. reduced. Check with grocery store Yes balanced
we get a good diet
tailoring and better cteaOppowlte *- visit with her mother day night. Capt. McClane sta- .nrI ,!'I ,' Dates ,and figs, not hermetically sealed are removed and whenever to storeto resident of Lawtey. died Thursday -
eI' Mrs. M. D. Carter I ( I you go a
at Lawtey tioned .Camp Rueker. Ala: and March 18, in a Jacksonville
fork Theatre. ; :: : from list of foods being rationed. buy something and cannot get
and her sister, Mrs. W. G. Illness.
String- Mrs. McClane and sons'are'mak Mea'ta, hospital following a long
Fate Oil.
fellow It without a coupon, you can bet
at the State Farm. ing their home in Lake A native of S.
lira. C. W. Brown of Lawteyt City with Cheese Fish; your bottom dollar the reason U Waterborough,
Mr. and Mrs T. K. McClane C. she had lived for
this week with Sr. near LawUy
several days Pvt. Comer Long, who is sta- Rationing of all types of pork, beef lamb and mutton that It Is going to feed the armed
the 60 She tmember
Mrs Marcus past years was a
daughter-in-law tioned with an engineer detach- Miss Mar / and butter, lard, other edible fats and oils forces. We have steak pork of the Church.
guerlte Baptist
I Brown. ment, attached to the 85th Division daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Melvin cheese and canned fish begins March 29 under chops, vegetables, sea food,
She Is survived by a daughter,
at Camp Shelby, Ml s., Is I McKinney was taken to St. VlnclInt's "point system" on red coupons In No. 2 Ration chicken or turkey every week."As Mrs Wester four i
returned Ivey Lawtey: ;
W, E. Thornton
lira. spending a furlough with Ms for our military training,
week's visit In Hospital Jacksonville, last Book.Red eons, E. W. Groves Jacksonville;
urday from a Mrs mother, Mrs. F. H. Long. week seriously Ill. She has shown stamps, not valid until April also W, X, that is given to us by Marines. W. D. Groves, Baldwin; Clarenceand
with her daughter.
ml Some who have combat
wen duty
satisfactory Improvement, however 'Y, and Z stamps are now showing up In ration Wiley Groves Lawtey;; tyro. ,
l\. McIntyre, Jr. Baby chicks, for mile each day so you can rest assured that U
banks and In the hands of wholesalers. This sisters, Mrs Rosa Hunter, Mac
itt; Key Hatchery Is the best training that can be
,Irs W. M. Wimberly, Miss means some consumers and some stores are giving had. clenny, and Mrs. Elizabeth McLean -,

ddle Wimberly and Mrs. A. F. Mrs. R. J. Havranek has returned 'and taking the wrong stamps. During the first Jacksonville; a brother
and Mrs. George C. White "With best wlnhos
and good
Ills visitors to Jacksonville from Buzzards Bay, Mass., five weekly periods, red stamps from War Ration Dempsey Groves Maxvill, and
were and
daughter, Frances of Talla luck to the and
where, she the Tvlegrnph my
spent four
day last week., hassee. I past Book 2, to be used hL the purchase of meats fats six grandchildren.,
were here
Wednesday and months with her husband, who friends back. home
Thursday visiting Mrs. J. W. Is stationed at Camp Edwards oils, cheeses, canned nun,, will become valid and Your friend. Funeral services were held I

1'9, Wm.1 E.. Dowling left lastk White, Mrs. G. W. Alderman and Mrs. will expire as follows: Sunday at 11 A. M. at the'grav-
Havranek will be
remembered Van H. Carden, C. M. 1-c
for Cheyenne. Wyoming to MI' and Mrs. L. A. Canova.Lt. aa Miss Louise Surrency Week beginning: Red Stamps Stamps expire: side in South Prong Cemetery ,
61st B. N. Co. II Plat. 3
Iwith her husband, who la staled with ,
March 29 A 16 points April 30 the Rev. 0 E. Cutshaw
daughter of Mr.. and Mrs.. A. E. U, S. Navul Advance
at Fort Warren. L. H. Jennings or the Med- Surrenc)', April 4 B 16 points April 30 Training Base officiating

I ical Corps at Moody 'Field, Vuldogta April 11 C 16 points April 30 Gulfport, Miss. 1
yew Hampshire( baby chick.* at Ga., spent the week-e .
{ First Lt. Edward R. Neff. of April 18' D 16 points April 30 Recent BirthsMr.

Hatchery, Hampton Fin.I at his home here. He was ac- Ocala who formerly lived In April 25 .. E IS points To be announced.
companied by a friend, Lt. Alfred Staike with his HI-KMT: FlKI.OrGII IIKKK I and Mrs. Carl Thornton
parents, ban re- Blue stamps lettered D. E. and F In the point ration book a ,
I Mrs G. L. Patten and Fisher of Portland. Ore. Pfc. K. who Vanderbilt March 17
son cently been awarded an Air Medal : total of 48 points may be used for the purchase of rationed processed Raleigh Strickland j boy

'rge, of Tallahassee are apend- by the War Department for at foods from March 25 through April 30. Stamp 'A, B, or C Is now stationed at Flora, MHS.! |I Mr. and Mrs. Jack Dixon, Law
: this week with Mrs. Patten'sther O. L., Haynes, Jr., J. E. Den- leant five daring attacks March
againstthe tey, 20 boy
now In use will continue to be good through March 31. Any A, B, was called home recently because| ;
Mrs E. E. Canova. mark, Joe Andrews Jr., and enemy In North Africa. When '
George Flynn Jr., all students at Lt. Neff six or C blue stamps not used by consumer by that date become Invalid of the Illness of his mother, Mrs. Mr. und Mrs Frank Grown
t was years old he
Brooker March 21
Corn Strickland. Ho has returned
lr. and Mrs. John Uglow and Emory at Oxford, Ga., spent their j started his education at B. H. S
to camp having completed his I Mr. and Mrs Horace W, Cain,
and Mm. C. F. Ward will spring holidays with their families with Miss Olive Ray as his '
12-day furlough. Pvt Strickland! Graham, March 22, boy.
ve as their guests next week in Starke. Sonny Hayes was ac- teacher OUR SERVICE MEN '
has been in the for five
Is. C S. McCornackr of St. compa n I led by a friend, Josh \ army
l>evi tf flf li M m off Interest M>ncernlnicllrxtror't .
arle, in., who will arrive in Davis, F. A. Scott left last ('0..'''' hops now nerving I ....1.' .
rke 0 few Lakeland /sbM- "*'..!. I'nrrntM and friend nre urged tor.p.rnt.
Monday. a days' visit in .
hr hrlniclair flewN and rater
Milton (Mike) Mills, managerof with 'his brother. Rev. George F from the boy. mvtmir from horn Hrrvlr rj
,Suslow's Army Store, left the Scott who Is men .rr hrs.. rrnu...t*.l tf* write to the '
a teacher In South 'Ill-i THEATRE
OTARY PUBLIC 17th for a 10-day business visit I ern College. His son Wilbur A, of'1'.Irrr.eh.I Intrrmf. rrportlnNt r.mlM and .rtrrltlr' I I :.i :11

AND with Ben Suslow and his storesat Scott, of Orlando. spent the m w"- STARKE

] Alexandria La.* Hind Little' I"end. ...wllh. his-,mother- ..._.in. Starkey ENLISTS FOB NAVAL FLYING In Texas.' lie was Inducted into "
OPTICIAN Rock, :Ark: He la getting4 thldgs 1- Comer Peek Ferryman, '17, Ion the Army at Blanding 'on Feb. Midnight( Saturday

337 N. Church St. in shape before April 19, when Mrs. Kay Wilson, tailor of Camp of Judge and Mrs.! E. K. Ferryman 12. r

I STARKE, FLA. he la expecting to be Inducted] Blanding, spent the week-end In of Starke. baa enlisted under Pvt McKinney writes. that the Sunday & Monday March 28 29

into the Army.! Sarasota with her parents. Ml, the Navy's new program for procurement country around Camp is very ,

and Mrs. J. R. Merlwether.: of 17-year-old: high pretty and he finds Army life

1 school seniors and graduates tot) very agreeable He, would like FIRST GREAT SCREEN DRAMA OF TODAY'S EAT .
A MEMORIAl YOU '4,000 baby chicks for mile each train for Naval aviation. to hear from all of his I old

MARBLE & GRANIT MONUMENTS week\ at Key Hatchery, Hampton, Perryman, a native of Starke, friends, who can write to him !'I
Flu. 12 cent e&'h.BROOKER. graduated from B. H. S. and is at the following address: Pvt. .

MRS. J. M. MITCHELLYour now a student at Emory Collegeat Volley L. McKinney Hq. Co. 3rd }y 'ee .

Local Representative Oxford, Ga., where he IH a Bn., 387 Inf., APO 445.: Camp

By M..... K. J. Hazen member of Few Literary Society Swift, Texas.ANMWEhtS .
His brother, Emmett Key Perry-
Mr. and Mrs Larson Mintz man, is a Midshipman at' the U. S. f fr

NAT SEZ: and daughter, Bobble were visit- Naval Academy at Annapolis. : THO.-.K ({1'KHTIONHVan h + rr' i ia

Ing Mrs. Mlntz'a parents, Mr. and Upon reaching the age of 18 ._ "5

My hat's off toy the girls and Mrs. Lee Galney for a few days or shortly thereafter, Comer will '_ ;,) : t 1 1i
Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Brown were be called Into active duty for e4"u. < I
boy of the' 7th and 8th gradoMof
visiting In Jacksonville Saturdayand training. After, completing;, all 1 '
eS 0 '
Il' Bradford III."n
they Sunday. I
prescribed courses he will qualifyfor .
presented me with a check for Mr and Mrs. Tom Markey were the Navy's "Wings of Gold"

$184 !aa their donation to tho Red transacting bus iness In Tampa and be commissioned a Flying Mt 9 I

Cross War Fund you could have Friday Officer .with the Fleet -
Mr.- and Mrs. Johnnie Douglasand -
knocked mo over with a feather. WC
Mrs. G. B. C a Is o n -
Looks like I'm going to have to '

giv a( few of our citizens a 7th Gainesville visitors: Monday Pvt. E. L. Flowers, former man- ,
Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Mai"key, ..
and 8th grade transfusion. Their ager of the Southern 5c to 11
blood preanure' IH still too low. Miss[ Martha Evelyn Markey Mrs. store, arrived March 17 at the

Oscar Rimes and daughter.. Mar- one-time pleasure report of Atlantic .r 14r

tha Lee, were 'in" Gainesville Sat- City, N. X He Is rooming t

MEN'S SUITS urday. with three other men--from I I
Mrs. Jake Roberts and little Jacksonville and Lakeland.Pvt. I
son Perman, Mrs.! G. B., Feagle
Flowers will leave Atlantic
MADE TO MEASUREBy and daughter: Juanlta were In City within 28 days, he wrote his
I '
Gainesville Saturday. wife, who Is now manager of the

L. O. Hazen, of Williston visited store here. By that time he will I It
,week-end. I. r
his family over have taken various' tests which

Seaman W. C. Crosby of Lee will determine not only the

International, Tailoring Co. Field visited his parents here. fora branch of the service to whichhe

few days. will be assigned but the.particular .
:, :Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Rahn. and His H. Carden, who enlisted
New Spring Line camp as' 'well ad-
Merna Lou visited relatives -" with the Seabees several months '
daughter, ,dress Is 703rd Trailing Group, t I 1 ll Ili r ll
,'J here''' Sunday.Mr. ago, didn't get around to see all i
: Army Air Forces Technical TrainIng -
$22.50 ', .,and H. C.' Martin of Island Command Atlantic City, N. J. his friends on his recent brief iS
up Grove, H. R. Martin and familyof furlough here. so he hopes to

Jacksonville visited the Gano CHOOSES MARINE COHl'H .. S

family here Sunday.
Francis Blackman, formerly of
NEW SHIPMENTOf Kr. and Mrs. Frank Graves Ocala but for the past :year"parts" Tuea. Wed. Thurs. March 30 31 April 1
announce the birth of a daughteron
at Torode's Chevrolet -
Sunday, March 21. '' NOEL COWARD'S
Funeral services for Mrs. John place, reported' March 18 to r
I Marine Barracks, ParrU Island SERVE"r
Harrell were held Sunday after-
S. C., as a member of Uncle
FORMAL FROCKS noon at New Hope. She la sur- "
"J. Sam's "fighting Marines. '
vived by three children. .
I I'\ Friday. Saturday April :.7
-- - ---------------- CAMP PRAKV I
Chiffons Nets Taffetas TO Merrill Struth left Monday for iA( .J. DOUBLE "'EA l UUE. I;; 1

HELPWANTED Camp Peary,=Va., where he will ..
$9.95 to $12.95JUST enter training' with the Naval vi. "STARDUST ON THE SAGE"Gene i,

Reserve. He enlisted In October, +
and has just been called for duty. Autry

He' Is the fourth son of Mrs. W. And
ARRIVED /: U. South to ante 'the, service of
S Ticket Agents his count!")''. "CALABOOSE"I
New 1943 Models Wm. O. Struth Is, a ,Lieutenant, I

CheckersConductors senior grade, In the Navy stationed t tI' Noah Berry, Jr. '
at Mayport. Martin W. isJ .. i f fRITZ

CATALINA BATHING SUITS an Ensign on the U S. S. Kenmore -! Under the Rationing Program -

somewhere In the Pacific, You are allowed 3

while Elmo R. Struth Is a Captain fairs of Shoes I Per Year. -, .

$2.00 to $8.00Sternberg's Middle-Aged in the' Army. stationed at Let Us Make Your Old

Garage Man Fort .Bennlnx Ga. Ones Like New 'THE MAJOR & THE MINOR"Sunday c

Monday March 28 .29
O. O. Williams '' TheElectric
Apply Pvt. Volley' L. McKlzwey son

Orange Lines I of Mr. ard Mrs. John McKinney Shoe Shop Ginger Rogers Ray MillandU. i

Blanding Center i of Graham: Is training at Acres. From Park Theatre '1.

_ '. r I Swift near the Mexican Camp I it


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w FLA.STATE FARM .' : .. ', ., .. :. '"", "", _.' ', : :' :, ,:: ,
By E. 1C. Bouvier -

The Womans Club had an all-
day meeting Tuesday combining
r. a regular club meeting and a day; 4.N1AKE ;
of Red Crosssewing.. Their ,,, ;
present allotment of slips was ''RUBBERIBOOSTn1 N
completed and a hew one ot !
nightgowns was begun. :A cove BUY
Bred dish luncheon was enjoyedby TOWN
, everyone and a great deal of eK GARD ENS MORE VAR HOARD PAY
1+? work was accomplished. ..
,. r RIDES
Miss Nettle Mae' Fowler of
Lake Butler came out Friday; V..
night to try to organize a class .. I
in Home Canning Nutrition, and ; ,c.. ..
Gardening.; So very few people 9 %-
were present that nothing was ac-
compllabed. Anyone who is Interested .5., r !
1 should ,contact Mrs Tom :1 :
Connors. If enough people are
interested, classes will begin I
Tuesday night March 30. .
Mrs. Irene B Whllfleld was in ( / '
Lake Butler Monday attendingto y r -
Garland Godwin of Emory University ..
l Oxford Ga., spent the ..
t latter part of last week here with rJ ; ;

1. ,, Godwin.his parents Mr. and Mrs. J. 'G. : t ; ..

Mrs. H. M. Richard of the .
State Farm and Mrs. S. R. Johns ,
Jr., of Starke went to Augusta, '. ii. .
Ga., Tuesday. While there they .# r ;. r .,.. ". "
were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. .. q ,ld tiTa *+) s
C. M. Christy.. Returning home ) A 'Ii
Wednesday they were accom-
panied by Mrs. S. R. Johns, Sr.
Mrs. L. F. Chapman left Sunday bjY
for Virginia where she will i .I -
visit her two sons Major FieldIng J
/ Chapman of the Marines at
Quantico and Capt.. Robert Chapman
of the United States Armyat
Camp Lee. Y r
Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Wiggins
'bad as their guests Saturday aft-
ernoon Mr. Wiggins' mother and e :
sister, Mrs. II. B. Wiggins and
Mrtt O. W. Williams respectively. C., '
Ralph Dudley of the United J2W l I 1 !
States Navy, arrived Friday to
spend his furlough with his parents ;) fr P' ."., .
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Dudley. 4 : 4 t .
I, Since his enlistment eight weeks ,
ago, Dudley has been stationed 5 r 1;. ,
In Maryland. ", -
Jacksonville .. .,:":'
Bradley Geiger of ; .
spent the week-end with his I .
grandparents Mr. and Mrs. J. M.
Bradley. He was Joined Sundayby
his parents Mr. and Mrs.
> Vance Geiger. also of Jackson

Word has just been received
hire ,of the marriage of Miss .
Lois Drew and Lieut. John W.

20.McCort at the on Naval Saturday Air, Station February in

Jacksonville. Mrs. McCort Is a Your VICTORY GARDEN NOW!
I former resident of the State
Farm, having lived here most other
lr life until several years ago, .
when ,she and her family movedto

Jacksonville. There are big jobs to be done by those of us who are efforts for war work. And working in the garden is also

i,been Mrs.the Jesse guest Johnson of her ,brother-ln-who has not on the firing line. The home front offers tremendous making Mr. and Mrs. America stronger and better fit to

>':>law and sister Mr and Mrs. J. O. tasks just as important as posts at the fighting front. do other war jobs.
/?Randall the past week returned
Food is the invaluable in this A
',to her.home Sunday In Worthing- weapon war. starve Our community must be cultivated too or it cannot
1'.' ton Springs. i ing Army and Navy cant fight neither can hungry ,
,I>! We are sorry to learn that Mrs.E. ; be a well-regulated and happy place in which to live
civilians .
supply the guns'and and
., A. Bradshaw. little Miss Helen ships planes while
j' Whltfleld and the Harvey baby so essential to Victory. doing our part to win the war. Patronizing local

[, have We're been hoping sick that the they last will week.soon In addition to increased acreage which patriotic far- institutions, paying taxes, buying all War Bonds possible,

[.:be well and out again. mers are cultivating in spite of labor shortages,' thousands? making our homes lovely, and livable, and, ourselves each

week-end Miss! Betty In'McIntosh McRae ,spent visiting the of patches of ground throughout America are doing their day more cheerful and neighborly, are seeds of Victory,

|,,her KcRae.parents. Mr and Mrs. C.'A. bit in aiding the war effort. Victory gardens are taking each one of us can plant to grow a community that will

: T, M. Connors has just returned some of the weight off the truck farmers, cannersship.be; loaded down with a harvest of prosperity and good

1,Pennsylvania from visiting and Kentucky.HAIJIPTON relatives. in pers and other essential individuals, ,thus releasing their fellowship!



,Miss Evelyn Hunnlcutt of ,CASH PRIZES OFFERED BY "
Macon Ga., is pleasantly locatedat .STARKE. .
the Lamereaux home for a ...
few days.

,::Hood.St. Sgt.Texas M.la C.visiting Vining his of Camp wife, SEE 'W. T.. CLUTE CHAIRMAN VICTORY GARDEN CLUB FOR MORE COMPLETE

,the former Miss Mary Lee Johnson INFORMATION
.' Sgt. Vining came home by
way of Morgan City La., and
brought his parents Mr. and Mrs. .

,see Mitchell their. C.granddaughter.Mrs. Vining X. Dennison to Florida.Is visiting to Published in the Interests of Civilian Defense,'by the Individuals and Business Firms Listed Below: -

her daughter, Mrs. Joe Sparkman,
in Gainesville this week.
The Methodist Revival closed .
i Thursday night of last week. FRANK'S FINE FOODS H. C. WALL AGENCY SCHLITZ
Baptism was administered after MILWAUKEE

May Is back In he insurance -
business now, -
James J. Pickren Is spending a I CASTLE LUNCH
9-day leave with his mother Mrs.J. FEED & SEED
Miss Lou Pickren of '
days) here with her mother.A. .
.. O. Pope and family of W. T. CLUTE Realtor ":, COMPANYAunt
.Waldo have become Hamptonltes.Mrs. THE ELECTRIC SHOE SHOP : ; .

Ruby. Pope Hicks was of Hampton.the former Miss Jane R B Across From Park Theatre ..:;;;,.i A & A LUNCHEONETTE

Among the Army families who A. M. DARBY'S .;, I SAM ROSENBERG & SON ,j. L t
have recently moved here from TAILORS
following: St. Sgt. and Mrs. '
$,Homer Wills and daughter. Sgt. LEILA'S BEAUTY SALON MATHEWS
and Mrs. Adolph Ellis, Master DAIRY
Bgt. and Mrs. Lloyd Larson and MEMBER F. D. I. C.BARNEY'S KOCH DRUG STORE
children, St. Sgt. and Mrs. Lyle P. S. STORES INC.
Karber. and Tech. Sgt. Bruno ,
.la War Bends will help to FERTILIZER CO.PAGE .
\ t build the plane sod tanks
thai win. Insure defeat of lilt-
ler and tils Axis partners.

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COt.iw rr. PLUHIIIAl IN VHA! COUNTY' |f.OIIIUIV. (..HANItalph In neat four weekly laauea.
gO CIdHY.Jamaa l-F.I'WO. Wltnene my hand and official
t Mofonauirhry, Plaintiff, V.. J'?. Stac.y, PlalnUff I va. seal at Htarke. .Florida this March
Hannah McCoiiaughf, Defendar Naomi Stacey, Defendant. Cass; Ird 1843.OKKICIAI..
SUCCESSFUL (.'...... No. 11368.OKDBIi No. 23&I.ORDKlt. (( SKA: ) A.I.; Thomas
Aa IMerk of sold. Court.
rFMitML4larisp ASH NOTIl'FJ TO APPKAK NOTICK TO APPBAII T 'rro".lCplndrll": '. Stark it Fla StiIN
1 STATE OF 1..0IU1IA. to: Hallllah STATE OF FLORIDA to: Naomi Atty. art
McConatuicrtey whoMo rseidenc.: ,. J Stacey whose 1dreiH la IOS
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April Oth., 143, In the abnv. main.. April 6th 194.1, In the above named <' .
I Court and cause, wherein plaintiff Court ant i cities, wherein. plaintiffsenke If. A. McCormick! Plaintiff ".. Eva
ynrdliijjffle I seeks divorce. llritdforri Count divorce. Bradford. County Manilowa McCormlck. Defendant,
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= In next four weekly Issues In next four wuekly Issue OF PUBLICATION
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IT MM. CATREBim this Marc OK KLXK1DA tor Eva
at St.rke. Florida anal at Stark. Florida, this February STATE
SaladsiidSpringWelconn 2nd.. 1943.IOFFICIAI.. 16.h.> 1! 4VOKKICIAl M.adow. McCormick whose address *
Cool This Week's Menu Ameclols >tissiists. Majaal* SEAL) A.I.; Thorn. ( SEAL: ) A. J. Tho .... la ro| U.nara.l I>.llv..ry, Lum.
As Clark of said Court. Aa Clerk uf said Court. I berlon. North Carolina.
K. K. "Htarko. FlorldiAtty. Flu.Ally. You required. to appear on
Vegetable Platter Pmrryma.it T. Frank Mtarke. are
( Tomato FIVE OTHER SENSES for Pir. 3-8 4t i-J ..i for: l'lltndmm. 3-ft 4t OatIN April Bin. 1"4S. In the above named

Stuffed with Cottage Cheese, I Court cause, wherein plaintiff
seeks divorce. Bradford County
Carrot Are child with teach him to subtract what he .hall publish this OrderIn
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Slaw Potato Salad
this he NOTICE) IS HKUKIlV UIV.N.that : Witness my hand and officialaeal
training the proverbial five Here with-and to as goes ( .
underntirnvci/ under the at stark" Florida this March
{a va Hot BiscuitsHoney t, are five additional ones which we along, not wait until the end of the provlalonn the of Chapter 20.IS3, Law Dave. Fountain Fountain, Defendant. Plaintiff Cane VH.. .ArtyC. No Snd., un.OFFIC'AI..

R Cherry Pie Beverage consider highly! important: a sense day when he finds his pockets of Florida, Act.. of 1941.. will. rMInter 2384. ( SEAL) A. J. .ThornaaAa
of rhythm a sense of time a money empty. with the clerk of the l'I. sense, a sense of proportion anda The same thing Is true of time- Court In and for Bradford CountFlorida i; AND NOTICK' TO APPKAItHTATK : John J. Hendaraon. Atty. for I'lf. I
the fictitious name of P. "
( OF FLOKIDA tot: Arty C. 8-& 4t 3-28
< tablespoons cream sense of humor. You may wonder you shouldn't. try to make a slow STOKKS! under which 1 am rarairKd Fountain whoa. residence and l I\d. -

3 lemon why we chose these particular child into a quick one but you can and doing. bualnepM nt Hlan drunn la Ilox 244, Route 3, Cnmllla.UeorKla. "'
Juice ( {I DH"PFOIIO
( "liT.
about ding Center and at MS Call litre.Stark. .
teach either to be realistic ivCO
as being important to a .
Comblr.e Ingredients I in order gh. child's development and left out. the amount of time it takes him to That.. the Bradford Bald. bualnvim County, In Klorlda.ownonnd You are required to appear on CKStY: '
en and mix with col certain tasks. That's why [ April: 6th 1943, In the above named Charleti '=. Patterson Plaintiff, va,
thoroughly say a sense of honor That Is because perform operated by the following Intwrttiitvd Court amt\ entice, wherein plaintiff ; ; I'atteraon
slaw. of who work fast are just as parllne: .. Mai'Kurulte Uroux Defendant.
instilling a sense honor persons seeks dtvorc* 11r ad font l'nUn l y S.lftO.
Caan No.
p If traits is of apt to be late for appointments as Leo. U. Matt 222 Fourth Aveiiu Telegraph shall publish this order
hot slaw Is your favorite dial and other splendid part New York City. tilt nlDu OF PUBLICATIONAND
here is the ideal dressing for it: character training which of course I those who move slowly-they try At Htnrke, Tlrndfonl Count';h In next four my weekly hand. Innuea.Wltneaa and official NOTICE' TO APPEAR 1

should underly! everything you, to do too many things, and because Klorlda. this 3rd day of Morel : seal at Htarke Florida, Jhla March STATE OF FLORIDA Patterson tot! whoa Mar..
Hot Slaw. teach a child. But today we are each is done with dispatch they 3-K 1143.4t 4-2 LEO' 0. PFAFIIM 4th. 1 41.COFFICIAIj. Karnlte ronldence.. IN clo, Mra. Paul Ilroux.
2 egg yolks slightly beaten considering senses or attributes : think they still have' the hour they HKAI..: ) A. J. ThomaNAM 1010 Valletta Ht. Alprlera. I....
with -L- Clerk. of mild Court You to appear on
which will make life simpler for started out are required
n J/A %" cop vinegary i fourth extra William D. Moriritn, Jiickaonvllle : April ith. 14.1, In the above namedCourt
And here's our ctitoriT i IIT. nititvoiii :
the child-which will help him get where 3.24t4
cold water Flu, Atty. for 1'lf. 3-6 41 ,and cause, wherein plaintiff,
t ,area. .' .t Mx.nY ) cop along with others but particularly. sense-* ,a n.''e.ot. proportion tKMY.Vliiovnt'U' YTI'. KMIitllltl' IN .M\N- Seeks divorce. Bradford County

1 tablespoon butter with himself. I figures in very' prominently. We Cnmtluno, Plaintiff, vi... Telegraph' shall publish this Order
Vie a lemon juice dressing for I tablespoon sugar We put first a sense of rhythm I would save our children: a lot of Mary ("RIfICIII..... Defendant. Can. : .'IIU'II'I' ('OI'H'I', lilt tlJs'oimflcoi'Y1. In next tour weekly lanuea.Wltneaa 1
IM ( HAMKnoclt hand and official
| orange slices salad greenland ?14 teaspoon salt stress if we taught them that some'tasks No. 2317. my
lhelO because. It is the earliest of these : ('kill': ( neat nt Hturke, Florida thla March3r
tomatoes, thus saving oil for 3 cups shredded cabbage senses which can be wakened In a I can be slighted. I once knewa OUIIn) :NOTIOK OK PUBLICATIONANI TO APPKAIt : L. llolmea, Plaintiff va. Mae l. 1943. .

[jollier household uses. Combine yolks water and child.' And besides we refer to' gifted artist who. would spend all STATI3 OK FLORIDA to:: l\Il\ry llolmvM, Defendant, Cass No. 3'IBJ.tIKDKIt : OFFICIAL SEAL: ) A. J, Thomas
egg .
: ..
OF Clerk of
The Aa
washing stockings. residence. in l.'n
of morning put CuKMTlanu whose
vinegar. Add butter sugar and salt more than just the recognition AND NtTlCH TO AI'F'MAItNTATE T. Frank Ijindrum, Htarke, Fin.Atlv. ..
Outdoors it may be little tufts 01 rhythm In sound and movement stockings had to be turned every known OF FIXMtlDA) to: MneIlolntec for Plf. 3-6 4t $- <
green grass and tender shoots on Cook on low heat until thickened though this is part of the equip. which way and scrubbed on all April You Dth are 1949 required In the to above appear n"m..d on* : whose reHldence is.\ Whitney

trees that let you know spring I Is stirring constantly. Add cabbagi ment. We mean allowing a child to sides. By the time she was through Court and t-aune, wherein plitlntlf < South Carolina.You .
the 1 on
do and reheat. his own rhythm of living. i the morning light was gone andshe'd .....k. divorce. Hrndford Count are required to appear OUR SIDESHOW
discover nnmsAl'ourc
the wing but indoors you can < I Ilila Orde April 6th ItHJ, In the' ithovu
wait until the next Telegraph shall puhllHh : : :
to wtt i
trick by bringing fresh vegetable With the absence of pineapple often .The head of a famous music school decide In next four weekly iMHuea.V IStIsswh.ren plaintiffaeeka I
the late to paint. It Is certainly preferable dlvI' who day
that are offluln
said und
and crispy salads to your these days we like something to< once people \ ltnenH my hand
plates to their engagements are simply to do well the things which seal nt Mtarke, Florida thin Marc!
use to give tartness to salads. In
table. of with their own life! give us genuine satisfaction and 2nd 1943.tOFFICIAi..
out rhythm
Salads and vegetable plates an the following recipe' you can use One reason parents are tempted to do as meagerly' as possible those Clerk of. SKAT.said )Court.A. J. ThoirmA Gm

[truly the first harbingers of sprini, grapefruit to good advantage: speed up the slow child and put a things which count for little. K. K .I''rymUI. Htarke, "Florid When Your ; '
sense of humor is almost !- for Pit. 3-5 4t 3-U
when It comes to HJirapefrult and Carrot; Salad. halter on the quick one Is that Finally, a Atty. ,
the four extra -
/ human beings are more comfortable as important as -- Back.Hurts
ID>' menu > making (Serves 8))
we have mentioned put together
with senses
( around those a .
knovyou've i> ciHcrrr roriri'. IIHAIIVOIIIC'OtiNTl
Oh I
j I yes 1 package lemon-flavored gelatin rhythm of living. Like character training all FI.OIIIIIH t\ CIIAt'KIIY. t And Your Strength and Plrol..olr Flfp' never misses -

been serv 1 cup hot water Going on to a time sense we'll :your relations with your child should, : I Below Par '
Energy I Never misses what? A chance
1 Ing salads and of his sense William. M Scully, Jr. PlalnllflVH. ,
the growth
( !i cop grapefruit Juice consider it along with a money encourage light Muriel Ileverley Hcully, liefen Ik may be mused by disorder of kid- to eat a fluffy biscuit baked with
( vegetables during !4 cup vinegar sense for the traits have somethingin of humor. a gay danl. (fun No. 2142. nay function that permit polionuu
.: : winter but wiU common. Lack of a money sense touch goes farther than any other on liEn ()F' ll I1ILI('ATtON waste to 4>"""umulsit.. rue truly many Rumford Baking Powder lWhata.morehe's I .
1 teaspoon salt about family harmony.But AND NOTICE TO APPK.AHHTATK people fw.l and weak and nniswr. .bl.
\o- have of time are both it in bringing not missing his quotaof
spring and of a sense .. ..
::: you 114 grated carrots best OK KIX>ltlOA to: Murle when the kldn'y. fall to rvmov *
cups that the
ff't\ -' many more e seems to me due to the Inability remember way Iteverley whone reHldenviIn .He!. and other waste m.tt.r4r.m the calcium and phosphates either.
\ choices and fresh H cop chopped grapefruit to perform one simple mental task. to help a child develop a sense of 32 Cask': $1..lIla'a I ,, New York. blood. One level of Rumford
Add hot water to gelatin and stir And that is-subtract! Now I don'tbelieve humor is for you to laugh with him YOU ors required to appear on You may auffvr mating baickuch, teaspoon
(colors from which to choose. i I what be thinks is funny no April 6th. 1941n tha above named .h.uln.I. p.ln., beadsehe r dl..ln_ us contained in baked foods, pro-
financier at
until dissolved. Add fruit Juice and that you can a Court and CUUHV, wherein plaIntiff ( up nltfht. |i patni, Bwalllnc.fiom
Several attractive combinations 01 vinegar. Chill until slightly thick out of a child who Is born lack, matter how fantastic or even prosaic .....k. divorce. llriidford l'oUllty"el"lfr.I'h ;: IL'm'' (riUnt| :na seedy urination : rides one-half the daily minimum

single platter-01idlads a money sense-but you can it may seem to youbecausea Khali publish thin OrdoIn with atraarilnv and burn in f I I. mn- requirement of phosphorus one-'
vegetables on a ened. Add carrots grapefruit and ing of humor flourishes on ap.preclstIonl' next tour weekly Imitiea.'WttnenM other align that .omothlnc im wrong with\
-con: tide you over many salt Pour into mold which ha: make him a responsible person sense my hand and officio the kldnoy or blaitdor.Than third the daily minimum of cal-
meatless days. Then .too they'l been rinsed with cold water. Chill where money Is.concerned U you, crag at 23rd.Kturkv 1943.OFFICIAL .Florida, I thus Keltruary treatment.thuuld!I. wiser b no than doubt nerlert prompt UM cium-vital to sound bones and

bring life-quickening vitamins and until firm. Serve on lettuce with ( "' ''JAI.) A. J. TltomaiAN />oan';;. Pill It U btt r to rely onnodloln a teeth. Or juggle it thus-that's

minerals to your diet to help' get trench I Clerk of said ('purl.T. that h.u won IMW r favor..1. ; in biscuits!
mayonnaise or dressing. : 8turke, Flu, royal than on .011'I.'bllllll what you get only/ill.
rid of whatever winter's cobweb: Frank 1l\lIdrum. .". know". i>oaNt* hove b wn tried and tot >
A heavy dinner calls for a green } Atty. for Plf. 3-D 4t 3.21 d many An at all drug _
you may have accumulated in your leafy salad with loads of crunch-! FASHIONPATRICIA HOMSE Uat J>oair re.ra. today.DOANS. FRZEi Vs. R.ml-.l's TUn*. I

system! ness:' iv finci'IT tortcr. IIR.t)"' "", Ir Recipe Material. Writ
Speaking of salads brings up the Salad. TO! MTV.. K-LOHIUAl IN IIIANCKHV. PILLS today-Rumford Baking Powder

problem of dressings and with that Lettuce-Spinach Hoy Duncan Plaintiff, vi. IlerthiDuncan. Box F, Rumford Rood Island.
Serves 6 to 8) Cane No 2J49OHDEH .
for salad oils. ( ) HOME Defendant
the scarcity -of fats OF PUBLICATIONAND .. ..
There are several) alternatives, the 1 head lettuce NOTICE' TO APPKAItHTATH

first of which is lemon Juice either % pound spinach M OF FIjOIUDA to: Perth o T1 ,... _._ .... ...- .. .. I .
Dunoan whose realdencej Im Houti
alone or with a bit of sugar as 1 teaspoon salt v 2, Wooavllle Tenneimee. ,

dressing for fruit salads. ) teaspoon DOW You are required to appear or We Do. Superior. Work- .
a pepper '
April 5th., 1(43. In the above uamec) -- -- I
Man of.you,. perhaps like simple ? I bard-cooked egg*. r I, Court and cause, wherein pIal lit Iff I
11 A thot of fllat.T Maty'a Kltth.._ neeka divorce iJradford Counts
vinegar dressing with just a touchof t cup MOT cream Telecraph shall publleh. this Ord..i

salt and pepper. This perks offlavors' 1 tablespoons vinegar In next tour weekly. lauea. For Better Cleaning -
who can dress her Wltneea my hand and offlcla I
Any woman
intVcgetables? inexpensively. Chill and chop spinach and let i99t self attractively can furnish "dec teal at Htartte. "'Florida thla February I
tool'! 2 lth., 1943.'OFFICIAL .
tuce. Add salt pepper vinegar and a orate" her home attractively. When BEAD A. J. Thomas. '
Your french dressing of course can chopped hard-cooked eggs to H cup she shops for clothes she looks for \M Clerk of Bald Court. TRY THE I '''t

be made with mineral oil In the absence of the sour cream. Just before serving style and good taste. She studies I T. Frank Landrum Htarke' Via"

of other oils. Long used in add to spinach lettuce and remaining the lines and color with regard to I Atty. for Plf. a>6 4t S-2< NEW METHOD CLEANERS t tJr. !

reduction diets mineral oil makes a sour cream. their becomingnes to herself and

nice dressing; for light spring salads.It makes up her these mind points.when she is, IV(COUIVT1 CIHC'I'IT FI.OItlllAl COI'RT.. HIIADFOHI IN' 4HAN-' :! !\ and Mrs. E. O. Edwards! Owners i

U not absorbed by the body so iiyou're satisfied on furnishings CUHV.Samuel, ; '
I Shopping for house C. Plaintiff, Avenue Your Patronage Pbnee
Wairner, vn
: trying to gain weight be sureto I"
because :
study :
La requires the same Mae Ixiuvlnla Wagner DefendantI.'anr 3IS Temple 185
include other fats for body use. 1/ M you are actually dressing your No. 2361OH1U2U Appreciated ,

If it's\ mayonnaise you like here's .1 i bouse. OF PUBLICATION
a recipe which requires only a hall w't r : d The use of "style" in this connection STATE: OK FLORIDA to Mar.ouvlnla .

means pattern and design Wagner. wh>..<- re.ld..ncIn "
oil and
cup a single egg yolk. fashion. Your 1320 Uclld Ave., Wflnhlnsfton,,
Cooked; Mayonnaise. sense of beauty in these fundamentals U. C.
You to on
1 are required appear I
1 tablespoon butter can be satisfied your April 6th.. 1943 In the above named'
1 budget Is limited or lavish because ourt and cause, wherein plaintiff. FLORIDA MOTOR LINE BUSSES "
2 tablespoons lour American manuffurturers ;are ere. ...eka divorce. Bradford County

,.i CUB water tt home furnishings of excellent Felearraph shall publish this Order
lid ting In next four weekly laauea.Wltnena FOR COURTEOUS CORRECT
?4 teaspoon salt design In all th4l""lJtice* brackets. my hand and official PLEASE PHONE 147

!U teaspoon Small rooms just like small seal at Htarke Florida this March ,; /
different Jrd 1943.
women, require very :
K! teaspoon. mustard k treatment from large rooms. Heavy (IOFlF1CIAi. HEAL) A. J. Tb"maa', I
An. Clerk of said Court
W teaspoon paprika furniture.' somber colors and thick r.I Frank tndrum, Mtarke, Fia.ltty UNION BUS STATION

I egg ,elk draperies make: a room seem for Pit. 2.6 4t J24iv
gPt smaller than It really is. Avoid. -
Ji salad oil LACY CONWAY Agent
cup ,
high. .
stripes If your ceilings
1 tablespoon lemon Juice This vegetable plate tastes as delightful f Papers patterned with diamonds FM>HI .At IN CIIAN.CMIIY. Temple Ave. Starke, Florida
Melt butler, blend in flour. Add as It looks and adds plentyof f give a feeling of width and breadth fwall. Vincent Anthony Olordano, Plain.

water slowly and'cook until thick. spring color to your table. Staffed without accenting the height tiff.l va. Hone De Halvo Olordano.,
.. Picture papers are most effective l efendunr. ('... No. 2371
ened. Cool then add salt, mustard tomato carrot strips asparagus, !' where few, if any picturesare OHDKIt! OF PUBLICATION 0- ... .. ... .. .. .... '_'_ "-J J .
Pepper paprika. Beat in egg yolk. cole slaw and potato salad. are used. f'c used on the wan. ANU NOTICK TO APPBAIIHTATK !

dm>,, idd oil slowly, beating aU the be in scale with or FLORIDA tot. Hone
this salad Furniture De Salvo Giordano do Mr. Anthony, Careful Drivers
while. Last add lemon Juice. The cottage cheese the size of the room. De Halvo Father, 21K North 29th Prompt Service ;

Vegetable Plate. contributes calcium to the diet the ( Mirrors will create an Illusion of HI.. North Philadelphia, Pennaylva-

apples and celery give vitamins and and if hung opposite a window i nla t

Stuff tomato with cottage cheese peanuts are a surprise In flavor and riff y 41t space in a dark room will do much to :' April You Sin are, 1943 required In the.. to above appear numd on-

and chives and place In center of in their contribution to nutrition: ; e bring extra light into the room. Court and cauee, wherein plaintiff Starke Taxi ServicePhone
Platter. On either Color will work pure magic in ....k. d I YO roe. Bradford
side AppIe-in-Cottage-Cheese Salad. Here again the size of 'ounty Telegraph hall publish. this
a any room. (:)rder In next four weekly luxuea.
mound of crisp I apples coarsely diced a the room must be considered because Witness my hand and: official 1
carrot small rooms respond to gay .teal at Htarke Florida thin March 150 1
strips and .1 cup diced celery clear colors and larger rooms to ''nth.. 1943.OFFICIAL. 1I
parsgus.. cooked & ;U cup diced cucumber softer.- d\dJer.tee-Bu&. no matter ([ HBAr..) A. J. Thomaam I
Clerk of said Court.
or canned with a K cup sharp french dressing how large" of. small the room W. C. flardemy, Daytona Reach, Night
ring' of lemon :;:;: :: Lettuce may be. any color you choose will i Flu.; Any. for I'lf. 3-12 4t 4aIV Day

rind. Potato salad be intensified at least twice when' --

and crisp cole slaw complete the 1 pint cottage cheese it is on four walls Instead of one. ('uu"'I'r .(01'111 HK'l>FOHnrOI'VTY ,
plate j M cup chopped salted peanuts All colors look many shades dark. .. ..OIU..". IV: ('HAAcFhe u.- f

Cole; MayonnaiseWash 8350 er when four times reflected on the Mvln t'J. !Marshall. Plaintiff, vnlorrnre f
Slaw Dressing. apples. 10-20 -- walls of a room.. Fl A. Mamhall Defendant

(For ZI J4 cups cabbage) and dice unpeeled. I Day and Night The lighting of any room Is of (:a... Nu. 2J70.OHDKIt .
Toss apples diced celery, cucumber importance. Lamps OF PltHLICATUlN-' From where I sit
% teaspoon salt. in french dressing until well Pattern No. S350-It would be should paramount fulfill a two-fold purpose- A.XD:- NOTICK TO APPKAIl .
M to have
teaspoon pepper coated. On each salad plate place Wonderful, wouldn't it. formal adequate illumination and decorative nee A. Mamhall. 7A43 Kllamernt
IK tablespoons sugar lettuce. and then with a spoon style in both versions! When a what effect. < .. Hwlnavale, Allegheny County I Iby
crisp occasion presents itself, i'ltiMburK I'.nn..ylva,
cheese into a Adequate Illumination for the particular
shape % cup cottage more fitting than this You are required to appear on
apple! mixture could be need Is the first and fundamental In the above nam- Joe Marsh
ring. Fill ring with short-sleeve, tprll 6lh., 1943. \
Lynn Says: with lovely square-neck ,purpose of all lamps. Without ri Court and anMe, wherein plain-I
and sprinkle with peanuts. Top evening gown? When Bradford I
basque-top effective lighting the loveliest lift Seeks divorce.I Ii :
Vitamins Plua or MlnusT It all mayonnaise or a fluffy salad dress the occasion Is Informal, can't :you color scheme Is lost as soon as the bounty Telegraph shall publish thl. i
depends model as the }rder In next four weekly luxueii.Willie" .
how handle day-length that :
you ing. see the sun goes down. Thin means my hand and official
them To retain maximum perfect answer? and lighting fixtures: must .. Florida thla March
Carrel, Cabbage, Peanut Salad sizes 10. lamps eat at Htarke Sam Abernethy always said: hietory.More'nballot'emdrl.k T
mounts of vitamins In cooked Pattern No. 8350 is in give the correct amount of light for IIh. 1943.OFFICIAL. ,
foods (Serves 18)) 12. 14. 18. 18 and 20. Size 12 takes given purpose without glare [ << HKAL) A..I. Thomaa. "Curiosity may kill a cat-but beer-nothing stronger. And the
as little any
water as .
possible said Court.
-just enough to prevent 4 caps carrots shredded 3* yards 39-inch material tot street and that they must harmonize with A.W. Clerk C. Ilardealy of Daytona Iivach.Pla. I'm no cat." Which is Sam's way government found that MlHns

from sticking.Get 3 cops cabbage shredded length short sleeves and 4tt :yardsfor and enhance- the' *beauty of the .. Atty. for 1'lf. 3-12 4t 4-2 saying that when he's curious ,3.2 beer In Army.cam pit Is onrruMon f
1% yards eyelet
applest evening length; room. ? he out why our Army U ax> tern !
unpeeled about something goes
on 3 cups diced than this must be '
your mark, start quick- embroidery.Addrts Further they .IV CIMCI IT .( Of IIT. IIIIAUFOHMCOIVT1.
I ly. Not a track race:but a vita. cups peanuts equipped with light bulbs that will .. ..ORI.>.'I IV 4IIAV. the facts. perate.

mm race. You salad dressing not waste 'currentarid\ 'should be ('9Ht.: Seem feels From where I sit there Isn't
start with boiling Cooked r'.lh"rt I I. Sellers, plaintiff' V* our government ,
water for cooking and cook rap Have all ingredients cold. Combine If._ placed so that they will needed.throw the tllldred Hollern, .DefendantOKDKIt the same way. After hearing rumors much cause to worry about our '
!WJy-thus cutting cooking time to In order given and add just light_ where tt( NOTICB TO APPKAIt8TATB about our soldiers drink men in the Army. Looks like ,. +

a minimum and saving precious salad dressing to combine OK FLOItlDA to: Mildred take o' themselves
food enough alien whose addrean la 700 Lln- ing too much-government peo can
values. lightly together. Garnish with sprigs oln. tunnel I. Kaniiaa. pie went after the facts. Theyand take care o' the Nazis and ll

Covered utensils without stirring of parsley and chopped peanuts. of .. April You 6th.arerequired, 194s In the to above appear nam..dCuur on got the evidence on what our the Japs, too.
Name paper
are prescribed. Stirring and CA.mberwelcomes you aosubmit AT FIRST j. : and caned. wherein plaintiff boys drink and don't drink.
uncovered utensils put air Into Lynn queries to herproblem aiM SIGN Of A -D ..eeka divorce. Bradford Countrelearaph
houuhold -
foods and your lacers to Pattern X' shall publish thla Order The jcoTernment found out ttla.v.d}
destroy vitamins. clinic Send your In> next four weekly laauea. 6k
Avoid violent furious boiling. for oi Wttttrn f eu.pop r Union, lib! Send U ..ntltle.otn (for Witness. my hand and official our .\rm)"'* the bent behaved: ;
This Street, Chicago lUi ..... .eal at Mtarkvi Florida this
Is modern, streamlined, pro- South Dnplauut mpeJMll.Jdr..ed ..cb p.u... 4> CuSE666 th. 1941.
keUve soli. Don'/o" *! to tncloif p OFFICIAL HKAL) A. J. Thoma
cookery to preserve val- not) Dow Patterns ,
envelop for jour A.i Clerk I>f said Court.
cable vitamins. U_ T. Frank Ijindrum, Ht...... Florldn.tty. No. 54 of a SerUt Copyright, 1943 Uniting bduttry Foundation1r 'f'IL
Released bv. western Nawipap SM W. lit* .... Maw TICS. M. r. 666 TABLETS. SALVE.NOSE DROPS I for Plf. 3-6: 4t S.24

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w. P.VGft KiuiirWorks ----
nhall publish this OrderIn 24th. 1943.OFFICIAL.
BRADYORD' Telegraph/
L. G. HemingwaysLose New J. W. B. DirectorLeo IN rinrriT;NTV.<< PLOItlUAl COUIIT.COI INoHHu C..AN"ICilY. next four weekly laauea. j ( SEAL) J. '!
And Saves Ration Stamp I I Witness my hand and ,official As Clerk ..t 'bOb
( ... .Real at Stark., FlorIda. this March T. Frank 1.andrum
'co Jack
Plaintiff, v. Stark,
Home In Fire is the new director Od "bv. .
Trigoboff I AU for I'lf.
AllowedTo 26th. 1943.OFtICI.tL )
Goal Overlap Defendant. Cane No. 2394. '
To Realize Co by. .Zi
of the USO-JWB unit in OIUII2U! OK PITHLJCATIONAND I i; ( SEAL,) A, J. Tnoman.Aa .. II1V

aid consumers who may When the Rev. L. G. Hemingway Starke being transferred here NOTICR TO APPEAR I Frank Iwindrum Clerk Wiarkn of said, Court.T. : ..aCI.IT ('O5RT I1It'b
Mm. Vivian O. McCord. em- HTATB OK FLORIDA to: Jack COUaTY. YLO.UD.\I i,
'. for returned to Starke at 11 from Columbus Ga.. where be Conby whose residence la Unknown. 'Atty. for Plf. 3-26 cIcJaY. I.!
ploye at the Florida Bank at run out of ration stamps processed from his Sunday of You are to appear on I W. H. Hall. Plaintiff
A. M. Monday was engaged in the same. type re\ulr..d\ .1----1 v. II
O. lIall. 1).ndant.
above named
fondest foods before the first ration May 3rd. ; C'a... No
realized her Branford '
at -
Starke haa preaching appointment ; OUDhH OF I
work. plaintiff
Court and cause, wherein COI:MTV. KLUIIIUAI IV: CH.N-: : I'IIiLlI'ATIO
dream just 18 months after It period expires, OPA has he found his home on the ..nttek divorce. Bradford CountYTelegraph I I <-Kll". I STATE AND 4OT1C1C OF : APi'51! it
shall publish this OrderIn Plaintiff va. I FI..oRIIIA
h of Thompson and South I" ('IHCI'IT ..0 I'11 T. BKADKOHIIHHTV. ,I I I.aura Louise Youna O Hall, whoa to' II
first entered her mind. After her provided a 7-day overlap periodthe corner next four weekly laauea.WltnenK CharieR Henry Younv Jr.. Defendant teNidnce b
J streets still smoking from the disastrous ( FLOnlDAl... IN CHIMCKHY. : my hand and official ,. Cn" No. 2398. .S, Montgomery Alabama, .
late husband. T. M. McCord. received last week of March during : <: f seal I at Htarkv, Florida thin March OItni5n. OK PUBLICATION You are required t.
tij .
which time spend fire which had turned it William J. Whlt1nll'l'lalntltt.. v* 23rd. 1943.OFFICIAL. NOTICE TO APPKAIt; May 3rd. 1943 in the aho.P7fi
consumers AND
fatal burns from a gasoline may ) Whulnsv\ .defendant. I "-
Joan EII"ah..II'
I. Court and '
J. Thomas cause,
Into ashes during the preceding ( STATE OF FLORIDA: Charles wherein .1-
their first period and their Ca.. No. 2382"ORDER ',
explosion Sept. 21, 1941. and before All Clerk of said Court. Henry Younit. Jr., whose residence seeks dlvow-B. Dradrord
hour. Starting from a kerosene, Of rrtlMCATION K. Ferryman, Starke. FloridaAttY. Telegraph .hall publish eo.
K. .
second period stamps. la Unknown.You .
later thl.o"
d1 he died several days water heater In the bath room I AND NOTICP! TO AI'I'KAH fort.\ a-2 4t 4.FJ I I are required to appear on In next four weekly I..u... "
he asked her to promise that ahe Stamps A, B. and C are valid simultaneously STATE OF FIxmiDA r..ld..nc.I" to.: Joan I I May 3rd 1943 In the above name.l Witness. my hand and 'art
the fire seemed to spread KllBabrthVhltlnn whose seal
at ,
: would never allow anybody else for the first period and may be co J. J. Kennedy, 1012 MeLon iv nun IT rni'HT. BRADFORD Court: and rauae wherein plaintiff.Meeka 14th 19f3.stacks FI..rld", Ihl.i
directions so Uradford County
In all
to have his barn located a mile I used from March 1 through aid Av... Brooklyn.. New York. '01'NTV.. FLOKIIIAI IN: CHANCKIIY. Telegraph: divorce.shall publish thin OrderIn (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. TJ.,
$ that although Starke's firemen You are required to appear on As Clerk
and a half north of Starke on i March 25 through 1 ,April 30. to out' May 3rd 1943 In thn above named J. C. Jr., Plaintiff. VH. next four weekly hand Issues.WItness and official 3. C. t> JCkNcjnvj1 or '.''d Cv
lought like Trojans put ,, Olee"o"b .. I my -j t
and : wherein plaintiff Cane No.
4 Road 13 where he took great During the overlapping period of the flame they seemed power seeks dlvorcit.cau Bradford County 2395.Mary seal at Htarke, ..Florida this March Ida S-Ji II,
pride In hla IIve tock.' She promised March 25 through March 31. Tnlxuraph shall publioh this OrderIn ORDBn OK' PnnL.IC'VTION'
that she would not. for both March and April less to save anything but a mere neat four weekly IKHUHHVlln AND NOTICE TO APPEAR
stamps nun of the building. \ ....n my hand and officialM STATE OF FLORIDA to: Mary
However, she did not realize may be used. After March 31. 'Me_ .1...... *h.. ......ltl..A wr.. at Htark-----. -Florida n ,. this mu March Oleenon whonereald\ IN Un.. EVERY BRANCH OF3n

that it wouldbe turned over to however. Stamps A, B. and C. Ub;lo'-; shingles; : and--the 'roof I 20th(OFFICIAL.' I 9 43. 'SEAL) A, J. Thomas known.You are required thOa"p"m on

hla "estate" and would therefore will not be valid.Explaining which, to A" Clerk of Maid Court.T. May 3rd. 1943 In the
wa tin. facts according:
Frank Landrum Starke Court and caune wherein plaintiff
Y have to be sold. Mr. and Mrs. the overlapping per- Fire Chief R. C. Buford helped Atty. for f f. s.i6 4t f.1I xeekH dlvorco. Bradford County

,. O. H. Thomas of Gainesville were iod, OPA pointed out that It : keep the fire from spreading to Telegraph next four shall weekly publlnh iNRuen.WltnewM this. OrderIn u.ance

: the purchasers of the bam as will help consumers who have a the nearby houses but seemed to IN CIRCUIT CO!'HT. BRADFORI my hand and official

well as her 48 adjacent lots in few low value stamps left at the leave the interior of the buildinga I
the Pinehurst Development of the end of the ration period. These smoking steaming. burning In- R. liard wick, Plaintiff. VM.noorclna 23rd(0F1ICIAL! 1943.' SEAL) A. J. Thomas

Rollins Estate of Bradford stamp; which might not be sufficient Hard w Ick Defendant. Aa Clerk of said Court.
ferno. When the flame finally .
4 Case :n E. K. Perryman. Htarke FloridaAtt3r. .
f L County. If It ever had to be to buy any desired Items succeeded In bursting out of Its ftll OP FUnUOATION for Plf. 3-Zt 4t 4idI.s H. C. WALL

rented, be wanted her to rent it can be used with stamps of the confinement, a brisk wind en- I, KTATE5 AND NOTK'E OF FIXIU1DA TO APPEAR to: Clriorg-/

to "somebody who was honest and second period for the purchaseof dangered the" nearby homes of Ina Hardwlok/ "'ho.'. residence In PUrIST roi-RT. BHDKOMUroi
'' IN: tn INt -
TY Fi.oHion "
h would run It as It should be run," any of the rationed foods. Orle Wiggins and W. E. Torode, Jasper You, are Indlena.-rcnnlmd. to appear on Mil\. "

she said. It was leased to Mr. Consumers were reminded that I Jr., and the Southern Bell Telephone May Srd. 1949 In the above named 'I ftnvmv ftHorneker. Plaintiff. v... Agency
llorneker. DeiMidnnt.
Court and wherein plaintiff Addle I Maxine Perry -
$ and Mrs. George E. Sapp. who since storekeepers cannot give I Company building. However peeks divorce. Hrndford" C'rrrtnty ( (ran No. 2400

continued to deal In livestock as I' them change In points I they I I ,. the wind changed to the Telegraph next 'four,,nhall weekly publish I IMHUAN.WltneRH this. OrderIn ANT OUDEH NOTICR OF P17JJL.ICATTON TO APPKAH: Constant Service Over 50 Years

Mr. McCord bad done. should. whenever'po8l1lble, u 8 e east, helping the firemen save my hand and official WrATH OF FLOHIDA to: Addle

"All I have done during the high value stamps first rather the other buildings. Only the ....AI at Htarke-' ..Florida. this. March Maxine: Perry llorneker, whose ad-
la Unknown.You
: I 2flth. 1943. dress
: last 18 months," Mrs. McCord'I than. those of a low value. charred floors and portions of I (OFFICIAL BEAD A. J. Thomas are required to appear on Please Phone 146
stated "has been to work and the walls remain of the once comfortable I An Clerk of mild Court. I I May 3rd, 1943 In the above named

the to buy the barn I E. K. Perryman. Stark, Florida, I Court and cause, wherein plaintiff ___-- --_ --- -.-_--
nave money Buys Filling Station residence. Not only the Atty. for Plf. 3-2 41 .4-18 seeks divorce. Ilradford County "L.4 -

back. We worked together for I house but also the furnishings,

U-we built It togetherad Mrs. W.. H. Smith. whose husband are practically a total loss. A

among the very last things Mack I Is under Civil Service with roll-away bed and a trunk. full'of -

ever said to me was not to let' the Merchant Marine bas pur- bedding. are about all that was r-------: ',

anybody else ever have that I' chased a home, a business and a VALUABLE COUPON u
barn." farm all at once. She bought the I saved.Mrs.. Hemingway and her 1

Under date of March U there filling station'and residence situated daughter, Mrs. Orle WIggins. who CANOVAPHARMACY, 1 r PART Selected Whit Btrctt-uooJt '

1 Is recorded In the deed book. In on 12 acres of land at: lives next door, had gone: to town TOOTH I

the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Hampton Junction on Road 13. for about 20 mInutes, and when 'i fMPICKS
the property about I 11
_ Court of Bradford Countythe She purchased they returned the fire was cag .
deed to the barn and Its ad- two weeks ago from Jim Wainwright ing. Mrs.\ Geneva Garden Mrs. 10o PACKAGE!

jacent 48 lots deeded by Mr. and of Heilbronn Springs, the Alice Leary, Mrs. Louise Hughesand / ___ __ a )t' With I!

Mrs. O. H. Thomas to Mrs. Vivian price being $1,800, and has already Mr. and Mrs. Harold Hub- CouponSTA'MPS .. 4c

and her. dream baa opened the. station and. jpvsr I
Q. McCord sher. who roomed there. were at J L A Rialm V }ueBARBASOL /

been realized. liven on the property. home-all but one of them asleep. ( Jlg a -LIMIT- -21 - J.
Mr.: and Mrs. Sapp will con. One notified the others of the Octlqreen

tinue to lease the barn and handle Recent RentalsW. fire, two of them jumped out of

live stock. Mrs. McCord said. a window, and Mr. Hubsher ran .t, >;
T. Clute. realtor announces &
to the to the fire department. When he 4/CX io,* vl *!>* ,, .1.1OJ
his office #
rentals through i An'"i 5s.
Card of ThanksWe left only the bathroom was afire. 1j
during the past
following people
he when he returned v.'vKvl ii&
said and
k"i U JRtC
Williams. Ber- .? < t
wish to express our sincere week; Clinton H. the whole house wan aflame in- ;? appreciation to the City Fire Department ryman Apt. Court 13;: Lt. Snyder,

and to aU others who Woodward Apt. 2; L.t. Frank! De- side.Mrs.
1 Mm. Paul Hemingway, standing out
nolr Woodward Apt. ;
did all they could to try to save .43
our home and furnishings when R. Brown, Bitch. Apt. 1: Sgt. : In the cold wind. said: "Every GOo SHAVIRfi CREAM

burned Tuesday.! Our thanks Charlea Clements. Wadworth Apt. thing I have in the world is this fintMILK TUBE aaVS o r JAB 32C )
they Larsen Wadsworlh II thin dress that I have on." Mr. of IKSCRIITINS; [() +
who to our 2; Sgt. Floyd ,
t alao those came
I. 4 go to also stated that all (Limit I Fee *r lee)
1 H. Wills, Wadsworth! Hemingway
rescue by making various kindsof Apt. ; Sgt. he had was on his back. Oneldler's MAGNESIAAMftcfiuf _ _
contributions.' "The Lord works Apt. 3; Sgt. A. Ellis, Wadsworth DOWN THRU
his wondersto Apt. 4; Lt. K. W. Young. Wood- wife saved three in a mysterious ,way rue AOCSriMnMCr
while two others stated that
perform.Rev.. and Mrs.. L.. O. ward Apt. 3; Sgt, R. A. Miller, they BEflULAB}I.CO SIZE
i Ritch Apt. 4. had only their bath robes that ) IRONIZED 63'

: they were wearing. EPSOM (' a *M Mpc alraul:

Hemingway.CLASSIF Mr.. Hemingway had $1,000worth SALTS of mtdieal MMOC.te Mrriaf MM>;
lED ADS of Insurance on the build- _?__Ii.d. Wt, So.. IVS LIpS e r pnp.to.tlwBMaM-.
/ !
Ing and furnishings combined, S/M .f JlfJ0c F sur,4.
which he plans to use In helpingto SWEETHEART .* 4- 25e
oby it *iU fmf 'nawaitar w M
P FOR SALE-1941 house trailer. FOR SALE -4-bedroom house erect on the site a smaller Size (Las,. I

lwps 4. Henry E. Bo lter. 304 corner Church &: Washington bungalow-type home Just as soon MAROKILSHAMPOO _ _ _ _ i Dependable '
North Walnut St.. Starke Fla. completely remodeled 1941. Will aa suitable arrangements can be ,.k

Itp accept good car as part pay- made. He will do most of the -LINEN-SOFT -i Prescription $eryiceSaom

ment. Write owner: 10:. L. Williams work himself with the aid of his 3** 10c SCOT TOUT TISSUE 3522:

MoOpl-A pickuplight 1140 M 0 n t Icello Rd.,I
FOR SALE brother Frank G. Hemingway, (....., JtWb) .
delivery truck. good con- Jacksonville, Fla. It, he said. P.c&.q..flO I

dition. Bargain. terms. Russell : For the time being Mr. and GILLETTE _ _ _
Thomas Care Joe Starling.: St. FOK SALE Hatching eggs. Mr. Hemingway are staving with BLUE.BLADES i with Sao-a-BlaJ/ 1

Clair St. "P White Leghorns. Sire direct ),1..'. and Mrs. Wiggins.Association I NEW BLADE !
_ _ ;
from Hanson Farm., 352-egg I Th.1. 490 I1T.SHARPENERI EVERYDAY P NEEDS I

LOST-Ration book No. 1. Anyone strain. $3 per setting.-Mau- LonprI H.... I
finding same please return rice Edwards' Starke. tf Asks I An1,HIei.I 25
"Evi&' Y.srz"I I oo I
to Jessie Bailey. Rt. 2. Box Tax CeilingAt .
JUICY FRYERS Tender, bat- :
38. Rocky Point. N. C. 3-19 2tp .
tery raised, butte r m 11 k fed the
the last meeting
LOST. -Teal and brown herring- weighing 2 Iba. now. Also set local Taxpayers Association held
bone sport coat, patch pockets. ting eggs, red and leghorns.K. .- Thursday March 18 a resolution JLE" Sam Slzerei S..0I". V.Ue iii

Return. to Magnolia Hotel. No i. E. Wasdln. 3 mi. north of was adopted urgU.g the State /"!. Man V-MAIL

questions asked. Liberal re Waldo on Road 13. 3-5 9'tp Legislature', to place a ceiling on MENNEN so :Tb. Save! STATIONERY j

ward. Up WANTED TO BUY House trail real estate taxes. Shav* Cream 40' TOOTH PASTE Kill,QmmlUy R.';". AeUltyt6O So9- .10*
W. T. Clute secretary of the EPHEDRIHESOLUTION ALKA- .
era J. A. Brooks Box: 428. WIth Prottct HanJit
wy OO
STRAYEDRed spotted sow:, a.StiliAt Only.Compare Wiite him often and I
that membersfelt
Starke. tf organization. stated sled tlM 'O 9
Ifl PerfectionHand SELTZERo send It V-Mail for
marked crop and underblt one that real estate owners were ,.
; 690
Re- ;.... Cream r.",.... speedy service-
ear, under slope in other. NICE CLIOAN STOVE' WOOD. entitled to the ,same consideration 1.35 Siz. //33c HaDOly .._.... A. 50 2SikalAn c |
.tt.rrnc.at Pkg .
ward. Notify P. D. Reddish convenient len g t h s for sale. and protection. In principle S5eI II .. diIeGtAc1. Gtntnui C .. .ravl..1

Heilbronn Springs. Itp Sawdust ,and shavings free if that Is now extended to the holders PINKIIAM'SCOMPOUND j it for 3'oi. hr 3'1
# sue and price)
you come get them.-A Hartman of stocks and bonds under Smoothsl Softensi
WANTED-Cab driver. Must be Starke. It the. Constitution. with respect to'' ,3 1d' '.' and r..u.ltsl .

_ sober and draft exempt. Larry's ] overall limitation of mlllage. UOPHEN PIUS fl ,

Taxi. Camp Blandlng. UpSl'rUATION IF YOU WOULD BUY QR SELL "With ceilings being placed! on 80. .154 ZINC OXIDEOINTMENT Park.J>ai 75o Size .49c : ,

milk cows stock cows. beef i rents and many other things. the'I' KOTEXNAPKINS _ _ 35 DR. SCHOLL'S
WANTED' female. cattle. stock bulls or hogs, get ; time has come when a ceiling One.ounco C. Sup..oft Zo Soda .310 ..-..'
Soldier's wife, with considerable In touch with J. D. Odom Jr., 1 7 SO*
'should be placed on taxes. ," Mr. _Tube only i far Ch..i ColJmt MNERCLEJU pf.se K. I.r
experience desires I place a s Box 247 Starke; Box 204 Lake QQC 2 for1.7S 35 VICKSVAPORUB lanah. H.rbal T_ .43 0 MOUTH Smart VEm6/.m!

housekeeper. Room and board City; Telephone 481 Lake City. I Clute stated. resolution t Feel Tired? Win Oat 60 PERTUSSIN WASH "YICTORT"
A of the was c
and reasonable salary, Box Auction market every Thursday copy Yomr Trouble May Bf Da* "., t. 270 Cvlas..po. .51 FMII Pui WRITE'KIT
State Senator' Hal Y. Si .
mulled to .4.05. 49C
431-&. Starke Kla. Itp on all classes of live stockat i I To A Staff it* Sytttml :""'t' 35' FREEZONEF Iolt/.t''.

."-" Lake City at 2:30: P. M. Italnea and Representative Geo. CASTOR Why te.l ..!. bald ...::v: .lea = _Pa"toful .,27 II:.oIaodeNDa24 Shutt 39 C
I 'f -la"'vl .
WANTED Listings on all farms It. laman. j OIL Mil awl "Mow** 25. DR. WEST" Enveloped

for aide-In this section. I have I U.hampshire S. APPROVED Reds baby day old.chick or. Lenten Services 2 1' dSwSP .lIvaaoMaalaxativa.. try mod eI-faThuratt. si.oo T-.21290 IUHITO blotter Rich leatherett.centoVITAMIN :
: lUoUy
clients! who are Interested started pullets. English strain \ 1.....,*.yet mild and For t4.udlis .. 890 -
buying Bradford County farms. I (.ml*la amiooEa rtok [I" ] ALMOND [ ]
Ctrton. LOTIONwinoa I
F. U. Holllngsworth Starke, White Leghorns from R. O. P. Chaplain (Lt.) Wm. B. Sllmsou I. nay PwliaM.Ti r* .. ftxtl. .. ,39c
3-26-41' cockrels. From hens. 200 egg will be the visiting speaker at Tbunu oaalTtamrrsnct !II i '
Fla. "tI!J MURINE for EYES ,
: and up. Place orders now. the Lenten services at St. Mark's MATCHES
/..*..* CS 4(0VALUES SoMluna R.l w. 0c Sma. 4 .:
FARM HANP WAN"I'ED-W. T.I I Reasonable prices on ti-weuks- Episcopal Church at 8 o'clock 1 2 Limit 2 _ _ Cmo mmtm.4 U.S F. 75 PEPSODENT CA.., CelJ ".1.,

Jones 1-4 ml. west of old pullets -E. E. Wasdln 3ml. tonight. The Rev. James Ster ,) _FORSMOKERS_ S-GRAIN Antiapti.. 14..uncsj .590 USE CI.Carton .

Market.'Starke. ftp,, north of Waldo on Road 13. ling. Chaplain to Episcopal students ASPIRIN 25 FEERAMINTCh OINTMENT
Farmers Bottle 100 _ _ flayiTABLE
Floridaat \ 200 9e "._ EHP76eJ"
'. at the.Unlveislty of HINKLE ,....N '590 wna! Gum Uxalt1J5PETR03UAR .1, MI. 270 .
FOR (RENT furnlahed room with WANTED : Gainesville be the speaker No I,.... xpirln, __blAlr. wonamo

1 twin. beds, to working girls or Starke Coca-Cola BottlingCo. next Friday night. April 2. PILLS not >l ANY .riMt t*>all_**._All aumb_ _,n 890_ _'..porI._ *.._ ':.nabTENNIS_

a working couple. Mrs. R. F. On April 16 Major Chaplain)
221 Park Place. Itp Work Wm. H. R. Jackson will be the I ,141GROVE'S HEADQUARTERSI for 4 -ftP
Uemoreat K<<>*raJ White Olrln To '
9. /,ycr .' A"
night. April
la not UlnIC KooniLoral npeaker. Friday LB. TOBACCOS
_ _
FOR SALE Jersey milk cow GlrU' Preferred Is yet to be supplied! the Rev. Prince Albrt Kali Ii With 4 irtudr pOd .

with bull calf. Good milker. Ktarke. Florida Fred Yerkea rector, announced 35e C.W Halt Oils Bit orKaUlgh UPJOHN'S j 24 'S al...2 boIls and nI *

Also Guernsey heifer. will yesterday. TABLETSfftftcv UNICAPS VITAMINS I

be fresh In 4 weeks.-W. C. *TeDtttnuf. Yotf_(koit_ ,_. 76_ 5.51.124i1.. I i SV1USIud

_. Conner. Rt. 2 Bolt 182. Starke.Itp WANTED ages- Several of 20 and ladles 35 for between Navy Tests Soon 4&i i a Edg.vorth Washington, 89eBondStiaat gSc L=1=.. .J I L.:.:::..;.49'HOllE!

local bus operators In' Camp Qualifying tests for the Navy 50e X.2S VITAMIN I PURE COD
Blandlng. This la dlftntfled JERGENSLOTION Cranqar . ABDG CAPS IIlt..I. csopi.s i
FOR SALE-Sow and3weokaold eight Pigs College Training Program will be 74c M......",.,(| *+ \ I BETOL % UVER OILVITAMIN
second litter. C. C. work. operating small buses! on administered at B. H. S. on Fri BRIAR PIPES Bet I".,2S OS* ..iis.vs. 98c \.

Hutchinson. Rt. 2, Sta.rke.U ItpWANTED regular routes 8 hrs. per day April 2. between the hours Mae h- c I CAPSULES I !_ _Bettle_-_. : '
day. 3 9C .. 69 50 VITAMIN '"'
with good pay. Apply to Mr. '.4' Dottie
of 9 and 11 A. M. The purpose I'I I -
---s---- ----s---e- BI TABLETS -:;;:
TO H Y a secondhand Brantley Orange Lines Bus 30 ::
of the. program Is to produce _ _ i .. n_ c. A & O TABS
pick-up truck. Must be Station between 8 and 11. A. 1.1.319.2t.p. school -I CMMMt ,, a... ..ij ( _
Naval Officers and high ClouWHISTLING
condition and havegood Quality At A Loaf PrleotVALUPACK Situ..p io* H.atproo/
la good I seniors, high school graduates and ;
tires, T. N. Kendrick Itp H OF
FOK SALE-- : mare college students who appear to /' I
this line
r FOUND- -Small purse found In mulea. weighing around 800 have potentialities along
T-.1Hrl tf ]
Owner have each. Also three nice will be selected. More complete .WT. Co.ptNt.. WORK_ GLOVES
Postofflce may pound At Wily. ., .,4"o _M_,' ,_ c..clty .' i
___t_ name by applying to Postmaster milk cows,. 3 to 4 gallons each. details may be obtained by contacting U| _it>"_,!Hl. ,J5J -I _r _: _ _19c_ C: "AI",350 Iazi.e to 01.(1111'
s Identifying purse and payIng J. D. Odom, Box 24?, Starke Foster Shi Smith principal Ploma baa4.1

: 23 cents: for thU. ad. It Fla. of B. H. S. [