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: April 2, 1943
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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_.6" Official County Publication Established In 1877


Ministers- Plan I P I CommendedCpl. Must FileVictory I Bradford Goes Over The TopIn

Joint ServicesFor Tax $6,000 War Fund Drive

Passion Week Returns By May 1 1The __ I Wonderful Cooperation From All Parts

The Starke Ministerial Alllant.it first quarterly return of Brooker Man Defense Head Of County In Raising Largest

..t its meeting: on Wednesday derided 1< Victory Tax payments ( Form Quota Ever Asked Here

to sponsor a great cooperative V-1)), withheld from employes' '
service during Passlo wages will be due during the Fatally Burned To Be Chosen
Bradford County in! ov'tthe top in its all-out effortto
month of
Week April 18 to 25.: Service April and must be filed
be held every night of that with the collector of Internal I raise $6,000 for the 1913 lied Cross War Fund drive!

will with the exception of Saturday revenue at Jacksonville on or be- Noah J. Tyler 25, was found Two important meetings wUl The red-letter news! was announced by Chairman Nat

\vevk April 24, at the Baptist lore April 30( Collector John L. dead In the woods near his homeIn be held at the courthouse. at 8 Sternberg at 3 o'clockVedneNday afternoon after a $100

Church. A preaching service will Fahs announced yesterday. Brooker early Monday morn- o'clock tonight the Bradfor check from Orange Lines Inc., put the fund over the quotaby

held those evenings with the Forms V-1 In duplicate will be Ing. Tyler apparenUy built a County Defense Council and Ihe a comfortable margin.
be fire and went to Civilian Defense Corps. The D< -
of Tuesday.The mailed on April 5" to all em- and lay'down Climaxing four weeks of intensive campaigning, news
exception sleep. The fire spread, causing fence<< Council U. bt'lngcalled by
ployers on record in the collector's with sighs
reached greeted
will be that the had been was
sermon topics aiunceil his death. However" accordingto / the vlce-chalt'man, P. Sinltl. quota
: by pastors but the pastors office. These forms will be Sheriff OAndreu' and to elect a micccmior to the lllte of relief from weary workers.* Some had doubted that it i

themselves will not be nam pre-numbered with master list Judge E. K. Perryman. who Investlgatcd Marcus F. Brown former chairman could be done. Others said it WILL be done or else-

".>d. The congregation will not is number of the for utmottt each employer and it the case a tree lay The drive ended] four weeks in which the county has

know who is to speak until the the employer complete importance and that return across his body, which seemed to While Mr. Smith automatical!; worked together in closer cooperation than it has for any

time of the program.On one of the numbered Forms Indicate that he was killed by the became chairman upon the deut other iroal in the Host Almost '

Tuesday night a 45-perso Ernest J. Dowllng, Jr,, V-1 to the collector In order that fall of the tree even before his of Mr Brown he says that sine $1,000 of the $6,000total I }fI'", J. W Home, Miss Barbara j

chorus will present an Easte who hast been stationed somewhere proper credit can be given in body was burned almost beyond he is chairman of the Rationing; was contributed in rural Home.

musical program. This will be in the Pacific for he put accord with the master list number recognition* He worked in pulp- Board, which takes all of hili areas and in the small surrounding NEW RIVER: Mr, M. L. Johns,

ijxmncred. ,by' the Starke Mini two years, ban just received commendation he stated. The duplicate wood with the .t'adgett brothers time, it will be impossible, lor communities-Law- Carrie Robinson.
icrial Alliance and the USC- "F o r I"xcepUonallymeritorious ; of Brooker. him to serve either as chairman THBRESSA: Miss Ida Hagan.
V 1
Form must be retained by Ilrooker The-
conduct in the per or vice-chairman of the Council. tey, Hampton Wlm-
YMCA and USO-YWCA. On Monday the employer for his rocords Funeral services were conduct- HIGHLAND: Mrs. H. C.
and New River.
wl11 t'onnance of outstanding service and asks that a vice-chairman b ressa
the sermon topic Baptist
nlgbt ed1 in Dedan Church Tuew-
Failure to use the prenumberedForm
be "My House shall Be'Called A as an observer, during the period. V-l will cause delay and day morning at 10( o'clock under elected also. of the last contributions to I berly.Red Cross War Fund Office

House of Prayer'' For All Nations March 1, 1812 to February 8, needless correspondence In order the direction of the Key McCabe The only names that have bee come in, and which helped to kept open through the efforts of

." The High School Gle 1943" The commendation signet that the return and accompanyIng Funeral Home, Jacksonville Sur- mentioned in connection with this put across:' the final push wasa Mrs Miriam You low.

Club will sing "Teach Me To by Brig Gen. Ontrom, states that remittance may be properly!; viving are his parents, Mr. and Important office are those of W $35 fund from the Lawtey The Girl Scouts and Boy Scouts.

I'roy," and "Love Devine." OVednesd.iy Cpl. Uowllng established: and sup Identified. Mrs. Willie Tyhr' of Brooker; M, Edwards and L. A. Rennoldi. School.Significant.

\ the sermon topic will ervlsed! the operation of the firs' four sisters Mrs. Eva Thomas, It might bo well, therefore, sine fact was that '

b# "We Cannot But Speak the observation station manned b;y Employers who do not receive Mrs. Connie -Thornton( and Mian both of them are publlc- plrlted Bradford had no wealthy Berry Season "

Things We Have Heard And troops of his force 4'Hls: energetic the pre-numbered Forma V-l by Betty Louise Tyler all of Brooker citizen. and both have leisure, benefactor to contribute $500or
alert and cheerful manner hat April 15 are instructed to write that one be made chairman and.
The church chorus wil"Calvary. and Mrs. of
Seen. Tommy.4 Cornelius 1000. as counties have,
the collector's office to secure many
ring ." and a duet will been an inspiration and a mode the properly numbered returns. Palatka; foul'brother., 'F. Tyler, tho other vice chairman. but hud to raise its quota the hard Will Be Late
1'or other observers. The extremely A. J. Thomas Commander of
Mrs. E. L Biggs and Palatka of Brooker
be sung by ; Bryant Tyler ; countless small contribution
Forms V-2 (employes' receipt;) way-by
conscientious performance the Defense Corps, In calling the
Mrs. B. F. Argust. On Thurs- Tex Tyler of Oakland; and Henry from all purls of tho county.
must not be forwarded with the
day the sermon topic will. bChriwt of his duties has contributed Tyler of the Ur S. Navy. other meeting and says that th The Individual contribution Bradford County Is In for another -
Form V 1 In average
quarterly (except
greatly to the efficient dnfense 01: two organizations might have ;r a
of the Upper Room, and< dis- ranged from $5 to $10 to "late" berry season and
cases where the employer has
session either before after
this base the commendation joint or
the church chorus will ..ing"Gloria" with the almost are not expected
continued business during the Mrs. HollingsworthDied $25, larger ones heavy shipments
stated. Cpl./: Dowling I la the'aorof the separate meetings. Some lrportunt -
from the Twelfth Mag. few enough to bn counted on the to get under way from here before -
of: quarter) as the employer's copy business Is to be brouKh
Mr.and Mra, I: Dowllng
Was A Son of God .
'Truly This of Form V-2 must be retained ; at the Defense Corps meeting fingers of both hands April 15 although small
Is the sermon topic for Friday, Starke.: until the end of the year and Funeral Monday up Contributors of $100 each were: movements will begin next week. t

and "God So Loved the World'' submitted with Form V-3, accompanied Andrews Motor & Starke Taxi Freezes ,coming late in the season

by Staner will be sung by the Hundreds by Form V-l for the Mrs. Ida Jane Hollingsworth. Co., Park Theatre Park Cafe set the crop back a full 30

church chorus. In addition to Enjoy quarter ending December 31, 79, was found dead in her bed FSA Discourages Florida A Rite Theatre, Florida days from where It should nor

this the Elementary Chorus iron 1943. room early Saturday morning I SlaughterOf flank at Starke, Nat Sternberg mally begin..

the schools will sing "My Preen Employers were further cautioned the home of her son Frank C. W. L. Wall L,. A. Davis U W. Plant City Is till shipping and

of Calvary." USO HospitalityThe against Issuing Form 2 2 Hollingsworth, on the corner of Dairy CowsTo Koch E. K. Perryman Wm. K.JUaMortn will likely continue! to do ao until '

A Sunrise) Service will be held< I (employes', receipt) on each pay South Monroe and Earn South prevent the slaughter
on the lawn of the Baptist Church day as such receipts should be streets It Is thought that she cows and heifers for beet Contributors of0: w e rei i market: Price: there which reached -
on Easter morning. The churcl warm hand of friendship. issued to the employe at the end died between the-hours of 6 and the dairy Farm Admlnistratloi. Starke Gun Club, Starke Dry a' peak jof 32c a plat earlierIn

chorus will sing 'As' It Began to extended not only to soldiers but' of the year _unless, the services T A. M... since,.. he, was heard Is prepared'lo Security purchase and resell Cleaners Jacob's, Gem Jewelry, the season have now dropped i

Dawn." Mrs L" "A*." Canovay Is to the civilian community as well of the employe 'are terminated talking .to her/little granddaugh- these animals! ,to aid in con Southern Bell Telephone and,.Tell' to a range of from iTo to 25c
for the muaic.. welcomed hundreds of visitor to event Ler, Penny, about 6 o'clock and Total shipments from Plant Cityto
responsible bY'' during the year. In which serving the nation's milk supply. e-grnph Co., Earl Cook Mr.' and
the joint program, sponsored the \tr. Hollingsworth found her date stand at 2,631,307 pints,
A special practice of church Form 2 must be given em- William V. Chester, County F8JSupervHtor Mrs. C. II. Nasworthy Starke
the four Starke clubs in celebration about 7 o'clock. She bad suffered for which have received i
within 30 from the Canova's growers i \
choruses will be held at 8 o'clocl ploye days announced yesterday Coca Cola Bottling Co.,
Friday night. April 16. at thBaptfot <( of observed National here USO and Open throughout House- date employment terminated, it from a heart ailment for "Farmers In Bradford county, Drug Store, R. R. Thecle, and estimated returns of $909,070.04. *, '

Church. The Services are Day was emphasized. nany years. who have dairy cows) and heifers W. H. Edwards, Jr. All farmer who have surplus 1 ,
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being sponsored by the following the country Sunday The Revenue Act of 1942 Imposes Born in Bullock County. Ga..1, for sale, will be serving a patriotic Thoroughly satisfied with a eggs on hand are urged by I* M I| 'I !

churches and pastors: Starting festivities at 3 o'clock, on all Individuals a Victory she came to Bradford >County cause by offering them to the good job well done, Chairman White acting manager of the I j

1st Methodist Church-Reverend a delightful band concert was Tax of 5 percent and Insofar as when about 15 years of age. While ; farm Security Administration1" Sternberg hastened yesterday to I State Farmers' Market at Starke. j

G. C. Powell; 1st Presbyterian played by the talented 120th Infantry It relates to wages shall be withheld she visited among her other relatives I rlr. Cheater said. "We are ready express thanks to the following to take them there. The Government
Band In front of the Colector Fahs to soma extent, she made through the Food Distributing
employers ,
by drive
Church Rev. C. H. Allen; St to pay beef market prices or better workers who assisted in the : '
Marks Episcopal Church Rev Starke armory building, where reminded employers. This tax her home with-Mr. Hollingswortli I for these animals A check IIU8INKHS DISTRICT Administration will buy i
seats had been placed for the to be ,withheld aplles to all payments for the past 25 or 30 years. She for the animals will be given Chairman J. them at from 2$ cent to 34 cents
Fred Yerkes; 1st Baptist Church C. H. Nasworthy, ;
comfort of -listeners.An for services, except to Is survived by two sons -F. C., per dozen owing to their grade
-Rev. A. E. LI< de. of the naval Hollingsworth and Wm. H. Hob and size. They will be bought In
Sarah Reed Director of the USO impressive address was members military or Animals purchased by the Farm ; BUt Carnation. E. L. Matthews ;
Thomas C United agricultural Ingsworth; -and one daughter,. quantity, from one dOlien'to
YWCA. and Julius L. Thorn. DIrector livered by Chaplain forces of the States Security Administration will be Ed Dalimer, S. E. Sparks. any
of the USO-YMCA will, Holland who represented GeneralL. labor domestic servants Mrs. L. A. Rltch. all of Sfcarke;; resold to farmers In the com I Joe Martinez, H. N. Fairbanks 100 cases, and will be candledand

help in providing the Easter mUsic A. Kunzlfc. who was unableto and certain services to foreign and 11 grandchildren. She was munity or else/where. They will Steve Weldon B. K. Perryman. graded and paid for according *('

program on Tuesday evening.. All be present because of Illness. governments and for services outside a member of the Second Adventist be sold to any farmer for cash Charles Darby, Vernon Howard to their 'condition. This 1* I

services will be from 8 to 9 The enjoyable hour's program the United States. Church. ,a- who will maintain the productionof L. W. Koch K, F Stump Paul done primarily to help the poultrymvn. -

P. M.New. was concluded with a benedictionby Funeral services were' held at cows now being milked bring Hudglns. These, egg will be used : .

Chaplain Robert W. Hartnesa. Secret Plana the Hollingsworth horn at 3 P dry cows into production and RESIDENTIAL: DISTRICT not only by, .the armed force*. '.
M. Monday with the"Rev.' A. E heifers for milk but also by the schools, Mr. White '
masterof out -
served production
Nat Sternberg a. grow
Mrs. D. P. Carpenter, Chair- '
Tarzan Show ceremonies and introduced Shown In Film LJghtfoot officiating minister. Interment purposes.The stated being handled through the
man; Mrs. R. Davis, Major;
And Food Film staff members of the four USO At Florida was in the Crosby Lake purpose of the program In Mrs. E 1. Matthews Mrs. Mary Welfare Board.

clubs operated by. the YMCA, Cemetery Pallbearer were C. A,.: to reduce to a minimum the Nicholas, Mrs. N. T. filch, Mrs. "The Army In asking for ber-
At Park Sunday War Of. A. O. Andreu S. K.' of haltersand ries right Mr. White said,
YWCA NCCS and JWB. England's Air Ministry Knight. slaughter dairy cows Lucina M. Clark, Mr Ralph I now
Following the band concert, I Ice and the Admiralty were Sparks. Charlie Ward. William calves and provide a means :,- "If we could just get them. And
Combining the thrills of modern given actual secret Information by Agin. Arrangements were In of redistribution Dairy cows and i If anybody has any cabbage we
warfare and the hazardous' exIstence each club held an open house and the Royal Netherland Government charge of De Witt C. Jones. heifers have been moving to.. Mrs* Glen Duke: MAJOR, axsiJit. would like to know about it. We
of the jungle into one the enjoyed there are ed by Mrs Madeline half to meet < !
programs Information Bureau in London toaid slaughter houses by the thousand can't get enough
film, "Tarzan Triumphs," new- described in detail elsewhere in In the spectacular production Bishop Adds in recent weeks as a result I Mrs Evelyn Krlney, Stt'l'lman'l the demand. I
wt film In this popular aeries Mclirlde.
Aircraft Is Missing of attractive beef
"One of Our prices.
will!'! be this lasue.Scout MrII'A. Z. Adklns: MAJOR
shown the Park The Another Board
which will be shown at the Florida Funds for the purchase of the Scout CouncilIn I
atre assisted Mrs. L. It. Vlnlng.
for three days starting Sunday by
Theatre Sunday and Mondayand cattle have been set aside by the
Movie show H. A. Bishop owner of the Mrs. U S. Hutto. Mrs W. B Palatka !
also at the midnight Commodity ere Corporation
Tarzan played as usual by Shown At RotaryA Saturday. Starke Telephone Co.. unwillingto and the FSA has been designate Sewell Mm. W. G. Halle 11'1J. Well AttendedThe I
the Government Mrs. Suesxe
be outdone by L. W. Koch Ralph ,
Johnny Welsmuller. has increa.edWorries This Information provides the as the agent of the CCC for the
else will have another Mrs. D. A. Montelth Hit E. M
when he. encounters for technicolor film depictingthe film with some unforgettablescenes or anybody purchase distribution and resale New River District Boy ,
switchboard in of restrlclons. Davit Mrs C. A. Knight Mrv
the first| time the complexities ot Boy Scout movement from showing the secret and spite of dairy animals. The programis Scouts of America was well R
If he cannot have a "new"one O. L. Mrs George
World War H. Parachutists InVade "cubs" to Senior Scouts w a a daring workings of the Dutch nationwide and It Is likely that > Beanley, represented at a meeting of the I

the Jungle and Tarzan la shown at the Rotary Club Wednesday underground which Is daily- defyIng he will at least have an"additional" several thousand fine blooded cattle Flynn. North Florida Council held In :t
Mrs. N. Sternberg ,
forced to fight the Nails to free by Field Director Norris the Nazi conquerors, even one. from the middle west and east Palatka last Friday night. ,

the people they have enslaved. of the Jacksonville office. He though hundreds of Hollanders are A year or- sow ago Mr. Bishop will be made available to Southern assisted by Mrs. Bertha Pearce Those attending from the new
J. N:. Wilson Mrs.
"Aimtrlca'H Food CriwU" assisted in the projection of made application for a "com farms, Mr. Chester said. I
was hot as hostages.{ Mrs W. J. Epperson Sr.. district were: L. R. Bristol chair, t :
On the same program the Park the film by Francis! 'Yerkes of The stojy concerns six RAF mon battery" telephone system Mrs.. Loma Bonham Mrs. Titus man, and the following commltI I '
4 of Jacksonville, who is I n Starke flyers who are forced to baU out thinking that would be a satisfactory Car Stolen el] E K.
showing the newest March Olson, Mrs. W. E. Mlddleton Mrs. teemen-G. C. P O w ; ,
for Starke at this
Fred determinedto type .
Time release dealing with a subJect visiting his brother the Rev. over Holland and are Perryman C. II. Nasworthy W.
time. After months of From BarefootA W. U Blair Mrs. E. K. Perry
When many
J that Is of vital interest to Yt'rkH get back to England. and man, Mrs. Marvin Hazen. Mrs. T. Clute and Jo;. U Matthews. 4 r
waiting it arrived
crisis- attempts to explain the C.,. H.' Naaworthy and among the they are unable to prove did and make use of it. he received oofa 1942 blue 4-door Dodge Mrs. Alice Anderson handled Ing wa. taken aa evidence of the

shortages that exist today In the visitors was Tom Conners. new I their story for their plane the orders from the War Production sedan from his residence at 331 contributions at Post Office. Increased Interest in Scouting 1
United Stales at the State Farm not crash but went on across resulting from the formation of I
Scoutmaster Board to ship It to Panama City forth Cherry street Tuesday Principal Fouler S h I Smith ,
Also explained are measures who was the guest of L. R. i North Sea The with solution not a single of man this with the promise that by Jan- light, taking It from the driveway assisted by the teachers and Mrs. ', the New River District embras- I I
aboard. \ Baker
being taken by Government authgltles Bristol. I contains many uary 27 It would be replaced. within 10 feet of where he Verna Dllmore t. Mrs. George MK Bradford Union and I I
to afternoon the Scout strange problem The license number Anderson MISH! Faye Peterson) Counties
step up the productionof 'During the I He waited until after March 21 vas sleeping.
foodIt is a feature that film was shown to the boys at thrills film offers movie audiences and It did not come so he con vas 45D-1264."' Sheriff A. O. school contributions Scout Executive M. G. Bos- t

everyone .will want to see and B. H. S.Muck. I This description cluded that he would at least add Indreu I I. making, a thorough In Reno Mallle Hunter Chairman well stated that financial support ; \
should a play-by-play for the car. assisted by Beatrice Tyson of the Scouting program was the ;
see for hg| own benefit. : the RAF plan and executer to his switchboard space by Installing search missing
For RoadsidesCorley of how raids I another one of the same Ills daughter Sara said she Eittelle Roberts Eva Thomas. best this year of any year on ,
ten{ Inducted / i. iU current In Nazi Germany. old type. parked the car about 9:10: P. M. Flossie McLendon. record and highly commended the I' J

Johns and his crew of I over targets "It will at least relieve the emovlng< the keys but not locking HEILBRONN SPRINGS: Mrs. people of Starke for contributing .

Why *ollowl" Bradford County men at Camp Blanding are clearIng '. congestion during the rush he car. She thought no more W. H. Smith.BROOKER. a total of $594 'to the work' ,\

men were inducted Into the a 10-acre swamp:: 'five miles Jesse Eugene Pope hours," Mr Bishop Bald He bout it untU Wednesday morning : Mr. and Mrs ,. "'"

Army at Camp Blanding March east of Starke on Road 261 inorder Jesse Eugene Pope 2-month- ,I lays his priority rating Is high about 7:30: when Mr. Barefoot Eugene Long Mrs T. W, Mar- Free For Army Mothers
, muck to spread on asked where she bad parked key, Mrs. Lubedla PInholaUr. Mrs. I '
to get of 'enough but that he simply cannot "
of M. C. Pope
LouIs Harvey Daugherty. Joseph the shoulders of the road and all old son died Saturday morning of i get the material. There Is the car Vivian Parker Mrs. Daisy Fisher, The Management of the Rita I
where Starke GRAHAM Mrs. C. B. Roberts, theatre extend through the col'f'' r
Rudolph Crews. William other places In the Camp after an /Illness of I only a limited amount of wire The,car was found Wednesday : 1' ,
Forge Blrt. Ralph Jerome Dar- they have or expect to have pneumonia weeks. De Witt C, Jones I for Instance and if the Government fternoon in front of B Gate at Mrs. Ruth Frasler. umna of the Telegraph a cordial ,,J ,
I fey' Mr. Johns who knows two and Mr. both need temp Blandlng. It was uiuUm- LAWTEY: Mr. and Mrs. Hal invitation to all mothers of service S
Thomas Leonard Barnes, V. trans baby's body and It Bishop
L. the grass grow prepared the for some "tinkering"hat Edwards Mrs. Blanche Edward, men to attend a special Government t 1 .
Starling! Adam .Tucker Andrews how to make taken to Alma. Ca., for wire at the same time, it is the ged except P
James Gad Griff, laid: "We first put three inches was HU mother Mrs. Birdie Government that gets ItTbla had been done so that the Mr. A. M. Lewis.HAMPTON picture Saturday after ,
son burial.
two Inches of muck, switchboard to be tuition could be turned on with- : :Mrs. G. P. Wads- noon or evening entitled "At the
genPHey: Robert Sapp Collins of clay then about a I Pope. died 18 hours after the additional was Mrs. Wadawortn, front In North Africa." free.'J 3t
; Raymond Thomas Payne. 'then the sod and then" child was born. I In readiness this week. i out the keys. worth. Marjorie .. i: ,j jJ.

BtflOn David Brlstowe. lalf-inch more of muck. o
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6tat __._ __.__. BKADFORO COUNTY _

$2,000,000 obtained from racing CLIP THIS TABLE AND SAVE FOR FUTURE REFERENCE -

Ill''y]1 FARM NEWS SECTIONRural taxes In the 1941-42 season will

was be expended no horse by racing June in 1,the and winter there OFFICIAL TABLE OF CONSUMER POINT VALUES FOR MEAT FATS, FISH, AND CHEESENo.

Hints For The just passed. 1-Effective March 29. 1943
The so-called "seventh cent" tax

Commonsense Household on each gallon of gasoline, originally COMMODITY ...- COMMODITYBEEF Paint*. COMMODITY |Pelnts I... COMMODITY "parlto.S-1nte. COMMODITY Ighn I. ""= ,
.wl I'" Pv '
NO EASY jon "RATION .\lUTJL'UTIC"I levied In 1931 as a two-year ry.r 10. -
k. I emergency, probably will be reenacted -

,,1 Given a vigorous boost by the I Homemakers studying "Ration I I as It has been in each BEEF LAMBPORK READY-TO-

of canned food rationIng -; Arithmetic" to buy pointrationedfoods legislature since 1931. Its revenue : MUTTON EAT MEATS
beginning I AND CHOPS
correctly, can get great Is divided between the genera I STEAKS VARIETY MEATS

A1(, t the Florida home garden help In food buying by paying revenue fund and the public P.Ndnu........_-.._____ E Irslns.__._________.______ 3 STEAKS AND CHOPS Center Chops...__?_____ COOKED BOILED.BAKED,
movement Is now In full swing close attention to another important school system. I T-BoM_..__..._._._____ 8 Heads-----_.___._?____ 4 loin Chops._._._...__._._.. End Chops______.___..__ 7 AND BARBECUED
and rapidly gaining momentum. -R"-"Right food" or In six cents of Club.______..__.__..____ a Kidneys......________.__ 4 Rib Chops_________._.__. 7 Loin-bonenus, "fresh and Dried Beef._--,_- U
well ajj In other words food selected to The revenue from Rib-ID-Inch cut_..._...__ 7 llYlfI_.___..___?____..___ S Leg Chops.......__...._._ 7 cured only_.______ 10 Ham-bonekwsborban! -i' 9
Gbh Folks in town us make balanced family meals. the gasoline tax goes to the state Bib-T4ncbwt.-- Svnetbraads______.__ 4 Shoulder Chops-Mad/ or Tlndlfloltl- 10 Ham-bone I In,sflces ..

l the country are planting new up vital need for road department and retirement Slrtoln_____________-._____ a Tails((01 Joints)_____?__.__ 3 eon chops..............._ 7 Kim,slices...........!...- S Ham-butt of stank end i -- ItS
: or enlarging old ones to There Is now every of county and district road bonds SMoln-bomltu________ i Tonpiei.-,.-____._?_.__ C ROASTS Shoulder Chops and Steaks.Benitsfren ._ 7 Ham-boneless, Whole--orhalf.
k 'gardens homemaker to put to work every by the state board of administration. Round.........._____?__ Tripe----------------.--- 3 6 and cured only. 6 ...-.----.-..------ 10
raise part or all of their vege sound fact about nutrition that The heavy decrease in gasoline Tap Rointf____. ..'a let whole" or ptrt.._.__-. Ham-bon.leu. sdas--- -- 11
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table food requirements for the she can command.A Bottom Round..___._.__? a Sirloin Roast- Picnic MT Should.rlii., S
consumption hasn't seriously TrIa ngISROASTS
a VEAL Yoke Rattle, or
Round or ShouldertonelessBouillon
family at home. Thus, they are few sugges 11 i II n to home- affected these departments because Chuck or TIP.------------JJK>uldM._??___ 7 bonoln_________.___.___. 5 Lo In-whole.half,or md cuts. 7 Cubes,Beef Extract.- It
helping 1 themselves and their makers: there has been little ma- flank' Yoke, Rattle, or Trtanjleboneless Urn-center! cuts_____ a aneANheraroNSrbehROASTS .
bit of food Keep In the back of your mind terial available for road construction STEAKS AND CHOPS '........_.-..,-. 7 Ham-whole or l.....If._.-.--. 7 and conc: nu.........____ 7

country, for every what the right food does. with state funds, and the loin Chops---------.----. S Chuck or ShouldI/In..../:.,..squire....._ I H.m-DuBerlhsnkmA..._ 7 Tongues_____._?.._______ B
they produce for home use will Milk Is an outstanding source of boards of administration had Rib Chops..... 7 cut-bono Shoulder H.m-IIon.I8SS___?____ 9 Sparerlbt.__.'._._..___._ I
rtandlnieMneboiieoiO) ::::::::: or square-
that much of commercially Shoulder ChopsRound l .. 6 ____
mean Just minerals for building strong bones enough surplus to on Us cut-1Ion11.u._........_ I ShwlAer-sAankhanpknk( ) PigsTh.Feet-bonavasle.-- Z
carry (10 tut)__..._._._..__._. 7 Sink(cutlets) S ] (
produced food released __ _._..___.___ any
bone In _
and teeth, and has so many other operations for some time without Blade fnb-ttantllni (chine Shak Chops'7 Chuck or Shoulder cross other
,;+ for use by civilians who do not values that It is practically Impossible any defaults in paying bond (Wilt M) (ID"Mi)__.______ 6. Sirloin or cut-bone, ______.___. 5 Shoulder-sbankliaifpknlc( ) ttara shaD nad'.t be ftetaimimdby swat
have land for gardena, for our Rlb-stondingchlnoboMm' ( ) ROASTS o.-lass??--...--..-. .
to find a group of foods maturities. STEWSANDOTHEACUTS adding 2 .peinta...
military, forces, and for our al- ((7* art)._:.. E and Sirloin-bone m___ 6 Shoulder-butt half (Boston
) Rump PoundNUwpodOh.parbane
to take over its duties. I Blade RhV-stimllni (shins S Bnmt and Flank_____..._ 3 DuttMxmeln) __....__ _
lies. One can get vitamin C from Living Costs *n) (I rout-) 7 Rump Sirloin-boneless. 6. Neck-bone In___.________. 4 Shonkler-butt half Boston ,amddlMlncookadkweifeehkhdk
------ Let- wad ii
Those who plan to have vegetables tomatoes, citrus, and many other Round Tip______________ 7 Shoulder::bone InShouldorboneloss:::::::::: C. 1 bul-lJon! llSL-____?_ U!i U told whale. ,D or n:1 poinU
Ir fi' in the spring and summer foods. 42 Percent Above Rump-bone In.__.___?__ 5 ... 8 .porpoumiihallboaddadifUucookodandalkod.
but who have not yet planted I OTHER PORK CUTS ---C
Leafy, green, or yellow vegetables -, Low .
should waste no time in planting, contribute to your vitamin ; Sp.rerlbs! ................._
7 for it will not be long before it vitamin Brea-boneless-------. 4 Neck and Backbones___.__
C, and particularly to your The! cost of living" In Florida : 6
will be too late to plant many I ________ SAUSAGE
A, needed for normal sight in now higher than at any time Flank M.at.u..____....... 5 FHI-bon.lnm_?
f garden crops. It's time now to and healthy skin. This group Includes since the boom year of 1927, as Nock-bono_____.._..._ 5 Fat Backs and Clear Plates..
'; plant the garden, and the sooner a wide range of more, or measured by the Bureau of Labor Rump-boneless---------------S Nock-boneloss___.__._.___ 6 Platet, regular,..._____?___ Dry ....u..w.-H.rd': Typical
the crops are In, the better and less Interchangeable foods, such Statistics index based on Jacksonville Shank-bono In.___.__.___. 4 lowis.- Items,.hard Salimi, nI
the sooner they will be really for as kale, turnip greens beet tops prices, which are generally Shank and Heel Meat-bone- Hocks -d--i----k.---------' Carvolat!, and Pepperonl.' .. S
fresh use or for canning. foods toss It Leaf Fal_._____.__._ 4 Semi-dry Sausage: Typical
collards, and other leafy considered as representative :::::: Ground- Padke..Pa----- Neck-boneless--------------G- Items are, soft Salami
Gardeners who are not sure broccoli, green beans, green peas, of prices in the state as a 5S rat ground from nocks, VARIETY MEATS and Morladeni. I
about what crops to plant at this carrots, squash. whole. ::::::::::::: flanks, shanks breasts Thurlnger,
time may find them listed In their Meat, poultry, fish tggs, sometimes and miscellaneous vIII Brains____________1____.._ : Fresh, Smoked and Cooked

newspapers or they can get ad- dried beans or peas cheese, Analysis by the Research Division Shank-bom In._,..___.__. 4 trimmings..._-___._____. 6 Chitterlings_____..__.__--3 Sausage:
of the Florida State Chamberof Group A:Typical Items are
vice about them from their and nuts are main dish foods rich Commerce reveals that Floridaliving' Shank-boneless....- 6. VARIETY MEATS : Hearts Kidneys...__._._.__.____._.___.. : PorkSsusageWlenm,
demonstration -- ?-- -----
county or home in protein which the body needs costs are now approxi- HAMBURGER Brains______._._._____..__. 4 Livers ... .. 5 Bologna, Baked Loaves,
agents. for building and repairing tissues. mately 42 per cent above the Hearts______._______..._ 5 Tongues---._ -_-__--__-_-._---..-. 6 and Sausage_..;.- 7
raised in vitamins Beef from necks, Kidneys_____...___..__._._ 5 ? ? --oupBTyplalKemsaroflanks :
People who have never They have values, too, ground
depression low reached in June, Ears...................___ 1 Scrapple arid Tiiralet
hada thinks, brlskitt, Livers____._________..._.. a -
have not minerals.
vegetables' or and 1933, and approximately 67 per plates, and miscellaneousboot Sweetbreads...........____ 6 Tails___._____?__..___._ S Souse and Hud Cheese
garden In several years are Grain products will have to cent above the pre-World War I trimmings and beet fat 5 Tongues._.....___._...__. 6. Snouts_____________..__..| 2 also Included: ____?___. CMIrA
finding that digging and weedingand carry more of the load In feedingthe level of December, 1914.

planting la not easy work, nation for a while. At least The Indexes prepared by the ,. MATa FUN "'0"" "''''' CHIUU M"'" '
(In tin*r lJrnd"n (In liner .Uimcontainer (In any hermeticallyaaalaii ; FATS AND OILS ... CHIMES I a'
but It 1 la good exercise. Too, two servings of whole grain or Bureau of Labor Statistics are ..n____) M *) .wit container) M Ie M* per III'"
deal of satisfaction "enriched" products a day are _
there is a great based on an average for the

in going Into one's gardenand recommended.All years 1935-39. At the end of Brains________-.....?_ 3 Pigs Feet, boned Cutlets 3 Bonlto____._...__.__ 7 Butter_____._______ E E..... elCheddar nli.wd. Greek(anhardndenes.l) MlEauvt
gathering vegetables that grain products give you 1942 Florida costs had risen 24 Bulk Sausage...____..._ 7 Potted and Deviled Lard; 5 "a"ibi American Process Cheese.........]} S
Caviar----------------7 T-------- 5 ( Cheese Foods.. ____
one has planted and raised him- caloric value of energy. Whole per cent above those of the base Chin Con Csme.-" ._._I 3 Meats._______?___._ 4 Margarine 0' _____ _.._-. Swiss..............-..-. ? 1
self. grain products carry iron and period, 4 per cent more than the Deviled Ham------?-.. 6 Sausage Oil---....--.1 4 Fish Roe____.____.._ 7 Salad and Cooking Oils Brick...-----..------.- Senw dMflsM are Ml
As all who have had home phosphorus, add the B vitamins national Increase. Yet* living Dried Beef..._..___..___| 12 MackerelSalmon -____.?_____ 7 ((1 plnt-l' pound)---] 6 MUnster..."..--..... 'oO"..."",.'.lea" The. 1-
gardens every year know, gardening thiamine niacin, and riboflavin. costs were still 22 per cent under Hams and Picnics I (whole .__.....__.__. 7 Umburger.____.____..._ AD .
Is a spurt of enthu- The amounts of fats needed In the all-time high level reached in haH ..____.::..__ 10 Dehydrated-Grated.... g :.-. a.-. .....
not Just or ) (h Cfttnm, CtaOTKft. :
CHEItCSMtural Club___.......___.__.
talaam at the beginning and then a day's diet to make food pal June 1920. Luncheon Mat_.,1..__1 7 Tamales---------------2- R.Ilw.teh..wim. ia, Gouda_.___..._____- -. LMwanna, Bra,
sort of leaving things alone. To atable is at least two tablespoons During 1942 the Florida Increase Meal Loaf_____.____._ 7 ..7 Sardines--------------7- <'h'_..... pf..J. Edam
be successful with a garden, one -a point to keep In mind If very in all coat-of-living Items Meat Spreads_.._._._.. 6. ....!.nnliMna h,v..M at e MKMimmm )aata- 'I $-'HV k(1'::; .....'.-..a r one......-.../lei, w el
must be enthusiastic and retain close economy is required. Fore- was 9 per cent, the level reached Pip Feet, bone m___._._ 2 / ,&I ........ Italian(all hard varieties). saw II tdsw..)

that enthusiasm right on through most appeal of fats is their appetizing being 22 per cent higher than at lenfcMM,la Ml_a._...... aie.awn I..(5).ods( ) (nMnleHl Me enlu el S Men*or-J.) For wetb aefcbuei-Me OaWeJ TtM el T.... tUt v_.
e to gathering the crop and plantIng flavor. And next they the end of 1940. Greatest Increase _

another in its place. One are ribs valued quality for they the give stlck-to-the-to a meal. was In food costs, 'which block 19 of the original town of B. K. Perryman and Lois Peek east,, March 20; I I Mrs. Ralph Gainey, Mrs. C A.

must dig and weed and fight bugs The day's fat supply can come were 41 per cent more than thoseat Starke, March 16; l-erryman to Robert Lambert, 2 Ira Young and Sabra Young, Orlffls and Mrs. W. E. Green
the right of 1940. This trend '
consistently and at from butter enriched margarine, the end Myrtlce J. Carpenter, widow; acres being in the southwest his wife, of Union Co. to E. were dinner guests> of :Mrs. Z. Z
time If he la going to gather has been nation-wide, though the widow of the northeast Lawson and wife Lawson Griffin last .
cream, lard, meat tat, or vegetable Jeannette D. Klncaid. ; W quarter quarter Mary Monday.C.
his increase for the '
bounteous crops from garden. oil.Talk average countryas B., Mundy Jr.Y': Jrul Leila 'Mundy, 'lot section t 5 township 7 south, $150 for lots 13 and 14 of block A. Griffls made a buslne-
The home garden always has a whole has not been quite as his wife; W. H.: Edwards and Dall range 27 east. March 16. 27 of Livingston Truby & Co. trip to Gainesville Monday

( been a primary essential of food much aa that for Jacksonville and M. Edwards, his wife; parties of D. A. Judd 'and wife, Celia addition to Starke, section 28, Ralph Galney spent the past

fanning. It has been a necessityfor of New Taxes Florida. the. first part to Guy H. Sale and Judd, to J. C. Simmons and wife, township 6 south, range 22 east, week-end In Jacksonville with h.1
some city folks and -a hobby Soon To Occupy Highest cities among the 51 re- Dorothy M. Sale, husband and ,I Millie Simmons, 1 3-4 acres in March 19;; slater, Mrs. Arch Prevatt, who Ii
for others. With so much food ported by the Bureau of Labor wife, part of block 19 in the section 17, township 6 south, Wm. F. Cone and wife. Inez C. confined to ht'I'.bed with flu.
needed to win the war, it Is a State LegislatorsIn Statistics were Portland, Oregon; original town of Starke March range 22 east March 22; Cone, to Harvey M. Mlxon: a Mrs Richard Clark was visiting

necessity for everyone who has a Seattle, Washington; New Orleans 16; I Lela Brymer, a widow, to W. certain piece of property In her sister, Mru. Ben Same last
suitable soil to have home,, garden a few weeks now, Floridians Louisiana; Savannah Geor-
Comer L. Peek and Hattie S. V. Henderson and wife Ludie southwest Stark e- section 29, week-end.
this year and raise as much will begin to hear about the new gia; with Jacksonville in fifth Peek, ,his wife; and Julian L. Henderson, 1 acre In section 21, township 6 south, range 22 east I Arch Prevail of Jacksonville
as possible of the food he needs taxes they may have to pay during place. Peek and Clara L. Peek, hla wife township 6 south range 22 east. March 25. was visiting his sister Mrs Ada
the next two years to finance
to Mamie Marvlck, $80, for lot 9 John M. Seymour, a widower, Orlffls and his mother Mrs. P B.
Backyard Poultry the The functions of state which government.convenes Deeds Filed of block 35 of Peek addition to to John L. Seymour of Delaware, BOATDRAIN Prevatt, last Thursday.

legislature the town of Starke said lot lying lot 8, 9 and 10 of block 25. Mr. and Mrs. Luther GrlffU
More ImportantNow April 6 probably won't let many Emma G. Harvey, of San Francisco By Mrs. Z. Z. Griffin
and being in the northwest quar- Livingston, Truby & Co., additionto are the proud parents of a son
Than EverA days go by without giving; indications County Calif., to Philip P ter of the northwest quarter of town of Stance, March :3; &iir.: and Mrs Dan Boree and born Sunday March 21. He bee
of source like likewise of San Francisco -
Catman section 28, township 8 *uth, Richard Miller Markham and I two sons, HarolJ and Doyle, of been named Lawrence Leo.
few pointers for beginning ly to be tapped to offset a $3- Co., Calif., 2 1-2 acres In range 22 east, March 11; Eva Mae Markham his wife to Jackftonvllle were vluitlng Mr. and \I"lvltPrevatt of ,Jacksonville

backyard poultrymen In caringfor 500,000 loss that resulted from section 11, township S south,, Marla K. Hull, widow, to De 1:. Lawson and his wife, Mary I Mrs. C. A. Oriffte Sunday after- wa visiting his aunt, Mrs. AdiG

baby chicks-grown to help suspension of borne racing. range 22 east in Woodlawn, Witt C. Jones certain lands In I I Lawson, $75 for lot 12 of block noon. tiff Is, last week-end.'

reduce the war-time meat shortage Governor Holland said that March 6; northwest, quarter "of ,.northwest 27 of the Livingston Truby &: MrIda Chase Is visiting the Mm. Mary Brown Is visiting\ !
-are given here by N. R. much would have to be replaced, [ O. H. Thomas and wife, Flor quarter of, section 30 township Co. addition to Starke, section bedside of her sinter, MI'.. tx>mRlgdon her daughter', Mrs. Richard Clark
Mehrhof, poultryman with the because It is used for old age .' ence J. T h o mas, of Alacbuc 6 south, range 22: east, March IT; 28, township 6 south, range 22 In Jacksonville this week. this week at Hellbronn Spring1
Extension Service. I pensions and to help counties with County, to Vivian O. McCord,, .. _. .
Florida ----- ---- -- --
local ,government. He said the considerable land located In Pine-

sort Mehrhof of home said for to the prepare baby chicks some t money should come from new hurst develo p m e n t of Rollins, :
chicks I revenue sources, and not from estate. March 13; 1
before arrive. Baby
may be they housed In a garage corner I any changes upward In present 'I' Mildred S., Baldwin, widow,, JAX!
tax levies, but he hasn't announced Say /
any out-building,' a leantoor what recommendations he will and Barbara A. Chase, Joined by o
a good-sized packing box. It, her husband Everett W. Chase,,
must be water-tight and rat-I make. of Plymouth Co., Mass, to Lorna 7

proof. Scrub the chicks' home many Legislators sources are In their talking Informal about Standish, of New York, one acre You can't. get better beet 5 V I

with lye before they arrive to I discussions. The con versatlon In section 28, township 6 south,,
eliminate the danger of lice and range 22 ,east March 16; Fr
runs from a general sales tax to at
mites. I special sales taxes on such Itemsas Myrtlce J. Carpenter, widow, r any pricet \

The chick's house must have a cigarettes or soft drinks, legal Jeannette Klncaid widow, Leila
heated brooder, to take the place I I ization of some form of gambling, Mundy a .free dealer; ''Guy H
of the mother hen '}his can be [ extension of the racing season Sale and Dorothy S. Sale, his 4t1JVzjI

Improvised by using either an old through the summer, and diversion wife; W. M. Edwards and Dall I I
tub, a pasteboard or a wooden I I of funds from the state rpad M. Edwards, all 0 f Bradford
box. This should be turned upside department.War County, parties of the first part,
down and raised two or I Slashes Revenue to W. B. Mundy, Jr., part of block
19 in the original town of Starke,
three Inches off the floor. War has reduced revenues more
be supplied with an electric I March 16;
may I I than $10,000,000 Including gasoline
bulb and the temperature shouldbe taxes but the pleasure driving Myrtlce J. Carpenter, widow;; II
kept at 90 to 95 degrees ban that killed horse racing Jeannette D. Klncaid widow; W, /

Fahrenheit.The during the winter was the IUtI B. Mundy, Jr.. and Leila Mundy,, BALANCE ..
have his wife; Guy H. Sale and Dor- t
brooder should also fest blow. Old age pensions got
fresh dry litter, consisting of an I $2,000,000 of the race track bet- othy S. Sale, his wife, parties of harmony between
Inch of dry sand covered with ting taxes, and the counties got the first part, to W. M. Edwardsand flavor, body color and tangy zestful-

Chopped straw, shavings or some $1.500,000. Dall M. Edwards his wife ness-is the distinguishing characteristic

similar absorbent material. This More than half of the counties part of block 19 In the original t of JAX, the Drink of Friendship.
( Florida
TarY/ Km*, a
should be changed frequently. depended heavily upon their shareof town of Starke, March 16; \ product is a beer of
Fifty baby chicks will need the race taxes, normally $32.- Jeannette D. Kincaid, widow; 11. l unsurpassed goodness.
feed hoppers about two feet long 000 for each county. In several, W. B. Mundy, Jr., and Leila "eo INOG ;; l ( Try a golden refreshing glass of JAX to day

and water containers, both placed this sum represented more than Mundy. his wife; Guy H. Sale C-- 11'1' and you'll agree with the experts who say:

outside the brooder. The half the expenditures for local and Dorothy S. Sale, his wife; 4'1/13}. "Make mine JAX. You can't buy better

length of the feed hopper should government.There W. M. Edwards and Dall M. :. r j A f/ beer no matter how much you pay"
be doubled in four weeks to al- are advance indicationsof Edwards; his wife; parties of the : r ./fJ
low for Increasing size of chicks. a lot of revenue bills being Introduced first part, to Myrtlce J. Carpenter N oA1,
The drinking fountain should be within the first week of part of block 19 In the original MINUS ". .

of a non-spill type so the floor the legislative" session. All these town of Starke March IS; full Quart Settle!
and litter will not be dampened.The will go to the finance and taxa- Jeanette D. Kincaid widow;; JUX JUMBO,
chicks will need a good tion committees, headed by Sen- "". B. Mundy Jr., and Leila Ask way to buy JAXbecamee
commercial chick-starting mash, ator Leroy Collins of Tallahasseeand Mundy, his wife; Guy H. Sale ie the friendly bottle caps go
and during the first few days Rep: L. C. Leedy of Orlando. and Dorothy S. Sale his wife; W. ) it makes rationed beer ohoitage.When .

should be carefully observed ,so Age Pensions At Stake M. Edwards and Dall M. Edwards helps prevent pour the beer aawa"ev o ._ taB i
they will be comfortable. Governor Holland probably will his wife, purtles'of the farther you open a. Jumbo and nut it in 1,
recommend reenactment of the first part, to Myrtlce J. Carpenter ;' carefully, replace the cap untu you re readY'.,
Leuders Gone special five per cent tax home part of block 19 of the original M refrigerator to keep '
race wagering, passed by the 19-41 town of Starke March 16; your next $JM: of JAX. : :i.
G. E. Leuders, who has been a legislature, to help with old age Myrtlce J. Carpenter. Widow; for your E E titR

member of Starke'a night police pension This would be available W. B. Mundy Jr., and Leila "..'. ... '' >.( (,' <,". ." !iAJ] 1 several months, In the event there la horse his wife H. Sal. and .. .1' .
force for the past Mundy, Guy
; \ ':1'A 'o i : I JLI
\ }, : { .;.t !
,, .t
ft"\tJ r f t,(
resigned March 16 and moved to racing in the next two winters. Dorothy S. Sale his! wife; W. M. ., : :.- '" "" "" ; :f'<'(y"'!< i ::-. 01.$., .....$< ".'r.. ..". .i.i .t.'" >.t I!1" f
Green Cove Springs. lie has accepted There must be something In the Edwards and Dall M. Edwards, :'ti : .' "AJ.a" t'"i1"!!" !\ )}: ,J : J'
a place as ambulance driver meantime, if old age assistance his! wife., parties of the first part uiirei"?iMi a>Tii i l7't:' I Jft >Io\ ,,'
for the air base there. Is not to be reduced because the to Jeanette D. Ktncaid part of BUY WAR .BONDS-TO SPEED THE

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fly 1\1..... KVH StricklandMr. By Mrs. T. N. Norman
fly Minnie Ixni HazcnIIONtm

: and Mrs. Wilbur Gunter Miss Madge Johnson Graham- .

ROLL of Waldo were In our section wus visiting her sister, Mrs. A. D.
Second Grade: Charles of last week.
... Norman Yvedneftday
I Elaine Croaby. Yvonne Harrel. Wednesday Mrs. Clarence Frasler Mrs. Mr. and Mr*. Dolphus Prultt of

May FranceH lIaison, Carolyn Jacksonville were visiting/ Mr. and
and Mra. Rogers
HDUEltDt'O Kelly Velmarle Dukes. I Olen were business Graves visitors In Stark.Saturday Mm. T. W. Overslreet Sunday.
Third Grade: :Mori-la Ray Carlton afternoon.Mr. Mrs. Homer Sterns, who has

: I Htty .10 Crosby, Thelma Mrs. J. W. Scott and been visiting her parents. Mr.

M ,! : S 1q ga White. Melba Tetston.Donald I! mother and of Daytona spent Sunday anti MI'''. J. N. Norman and other

!Y ; MBS. CATHQUNX Fourth Grade: flaxen ; with Mr. and Mm. John McKln- relative for the past three week,
If Edwards
1 Jack Hazen Harry returned., to her home at Taun-

j Aae date Editor. ,-.. Marjorlo Faye Crosby. ney Mr. and Mrs.: Harvey Starlingand I ton. M"" "., Wednesday of last

Fifth Grade: Arthur KellyBetty :
*j _- Sunday with week.
daughter spent
HELPFUL BOOH Ann Long. Junior RoRers. i of Jacksonville .
SOME Mr. and Mrs. Harley Starling of Mitts Agnes Sapp
Sixth Grade: Roawell Kelly,. Brooker.Mrs. spent Sunday here with her

So good rare the current books on several were Harvard Han n. Betty Sue Coaon,, loris Strickland anddaughter parents, M r. and Mr*. J. S. S app.

bringing up children in wartime Uon for their Edith Fowler Marie Green, Mln Sunday with Mrs. Harley Keen J I'., and Horace
that in making its 17th annual tions to spent few
nle Lou Overstreet are spending/
award for the outstanding book tot are: "Keep Harley Starling of Drooker.
) Seventh Grade: Velelta Hodges, days thin week in Jacksonville
the Par Madeleine
in 1942 spent
parents published Miss Onie Mae Starling
What to do Marilyn Crosby Ague Crosby. with their alster, Mrs Allen Lang.
ents' Magazine found it necessaryto Sunday with her uncle and aunt
give two awards both to books war lay on : Eighth Grade: Lowell Douglas, Starling of Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Edwards
and Mra. Harley
on this subject. "Our Children Face bates and Doyle Hazen. I Mr. and children of Waldo were, visit

War." by Mrs. Anna W. M. Wolf and their Ninth Grade: Roy HowardMadeline Brooker. ing relatives here Sunday.
and Your and In war play."Children Horace Cain urn
(Houghton-MifHin) "You Mr. and Mrs.
Ellen of Starke
Green, May Hayes Miss Dorothy Norman
Children and the War by Dorothy the proud parents of a fine son
W. Baruch Ph.D. (D. Appleton-Cen. by Ruth Mr. and Mrs. Hugh B. Crosby : born March 22. lie has been spent the week-end with her parents *
tury Co.) Mrs. Wolfs book is a and Mr. and Mrs. Eugene crosby; named James Richard.
guide for derstanding and children of
sane and comprehensive Mm. Allen Lang
about visited James Crosby, son ofEugene Mrs.\ Lula Davis of the State
parents who are concerned the importance Jacksonville were visiting: Mn.Lang's *.
their children's wholesome development Individual child Crosby who Is ill at St. Farm spent the wet'k-I'nd with parents Mr. and Mr*. T.

In a time of stress as well ing him Vincent's Hospital, Jacksonville her brother-in-law and alater! Mr. .
as their own adult roles In the home through Sunday.Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Strickland.Mr W. Overstreet Reddlnh
and the community. Dr. Baruch's "Making the N. and son and Mrs. Drew
and Mr'. Dyal
book Is I a sympathetic and well. sonality." by and Mrs. Dock Thomas the of Wateroak were guests of Mr.
of the problems visited Mrs. Alice Thomas over Tommle of Jacksonville spent
organized discussion mond Ph.D. and Mrs. J. S. Sapp Sunday.
that confront parents and children hart A tlio week-end. week-end here with their purents. Mrs. W. K.: Norman spent partof

in wartime. adolescents Mrs. J.V.. Thomas and son Mr. nnd! Mrs. ektl. Dryden of. I I ant week with Mr. and Mrs.
These awards are made on the cussing the Starko were In our section Monday
Wayne and Seaman W. C. Crosby F. N. Norman In the Wateroiiksection. :
ndvice of a committee of leaders Inparenteducation cial and afternoon.

publication of authoritative to encourage and the motives growing and into were Mrs.Gainesville Mike Tilghman.visitors Mrs.Frldiiy.Kea- Rev. E. T. Vestal delivered a I Mrs.. ..1.V, Mathews and little

This Mrs. Bill Nichols and splendid sermon Sunday night of Lake City,
helpful books for parents. ale Carltbn. daughter. Martha
?' field has come to be one which Lois R. Schulz little daughter. Put s y. were with a large attendance. Tenrt., are visiting Mr. and Mrs.

Slices Ring Around Lima Bean CasseroleSee publishers enter in a spirit of genu. (Sun Dial Gainesville visitors Friday. J, N. Norman and other relative
Egg ine public service. And parentsare and pictures of Jacksonville III SAMPSON CITY
( Recipes Below) increasingly grateful not only Uene Long \ In this Hectlon
I made avail velopment of visiting his parents for u few fly Louise VurnrnK. ,
for the sound
first .
year."Children's .,
Nutritious DishesAre to them- but for the editorial .
This Week's Menu able days.Mr. arrived here Sunday
watch dogs who keep the books and Mrs. Lt'e Green announce 1). Jones
Lima Bean Cheese LoafOrangeApple Those Who fl'omVlldwoot, where, he Sentinels; .
and human. of onFriday
struggling with the prob. readable dren." edited the arrival a son
you rfieals with ration. Salad What do these and other books on ler issued by March 26, at the Alachua hits been employed to( see his
I!cms of planning ing or depleted Oatmeal Refrigerator Rolls child development try to find do them for mission for County HoHpltal. Mother and wlfo and also his mother, Mrs of Health

stocks of food? Snow Pudding Custard Sauce parents laying down? Well.rules you won't but if you read Uam Morrow ) baby toth doing; nicely. S. K. JOIIOH. business Don't Neglect 'Them I INature

Do you get late thoughtfully they will bring with feeling as Mrs. G. D. Fengle and daughter, Dock Warren made a de.lned the kidney* to domarvelotie a
Beverage them expertness all Waldo Monday. Their l*"k !I. to keep the
to market some you Insight into your child's needs volved in Juitnita, Mra. L. B. Parrish anti trip to her Mowing blond Job......AM I...of in.._ oftoulo
Given visited
days and find you Recipe as an individual. And Insight is daughter, Joanne were Calnes Mrs Kay Goodge tnipurltloe. The art ol living! -lift
: can't find what what we are all searching for trying day-care father. Alfred Vtnnes, at Graham ilmftf-b .o.at.ntiy producing *utemutter
which of working vllle visitors Frid.iy.Mra. the remove from
you wanted?Then.today's 2 tablespoons chill sauce to overcome the barriers "Adventure J. W. Thomas and Mrs. Monday the blood ,td'J\: 'A i. l> to endure.
mind from mind and prevent of lull to tunalloaNature is
1 separate Mr. and Mra. Luther Haipor When the kldneye
recipesand % cup meat stock knowing another per. tion." Volume Ralph HazeR were In GalneHVille Intended there la .....n 4a suggestionswill dried 'lima beans I I our ever One of the hardest Eight Year ; on business Tueitduy. Boomtown spent the weuk-end, ... that may cause hody-wlda die.tree. -
real One cup of son completely. with Mr. and Mrs.\ Ray On* may aur7i na lni h.ckach.
be of makes about 3 cups when cooked. things for parents to learn and to Aikin (Harper Mr. antI, Mrs' Hugh Rahn amdaughter here peralmnnt 1 :hnailacha:,attanka ol diaaiiwaa, ,
help to you-for overnight in cold water i I accept Is that what they want for how freer. Merna Lou Mr. and Gixxljco Their son, Ray, returned gutting up nl.h., awaiting. pumn.alt M
Soak them
times are I not be at all what cational home with them to spend und r the .yaa/ -lacl tlml nervous
salt their child may Ralford were-
add of
then cook for 20 minutes. and : Mrs. O. J. Mott wurn out.
for his out boys
I real problems for every home. and cook 10 to 20 minutes more until -,' that particular child needs. for community visiting relatives here Sunday. a few days Frsqt.nt.Ume:Af'.tXbor: burning avlilanua' pauugoa ol KM*
best development.In Warren of Statkewas are aum
[ maker. I tender. To puree lima beans. I' own addition to the medal books In college as Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Crews Little Sammy nav or bladder dlaturbanoa.Tha : traatmantla
father DockWarren and
shopping visiting bin rmognlwd propar
Now that you are put through a sieve. -- and daughter MarjorIe Sue of a dluratlo. madlelna to kalp the ktdnayagut
with budget but also with In visiting Mr. and one day lout! week. rid ot o..e potaonnua body wnata.Uaa .
Jacksonville were
only Brown onion and green pepper ..'. ... h... bad more
carefully Mr. and| Mrs. Thomas and Mrs.Jo / ".1. They
a point budget. you must Blend all ingredients ex Mrs. O. W. Barry Sunday. than forty years ol publl t approval.Acaandoraad
all the precious \ *In Hall of I'ulatka were here : country o not to use memo tha
so as thoroughly. Pack ] Miss Jeanette Robinson '
before month Is cept stock together F S ION Sunday visiting Mr. Robtiuon. Vo.A'.. Hold at all dna. atoraa.DOAN .
points into a well-greased loaf tin. Bake I oer of the Drooker school faculty
and Mrs. Annie
foodsis Varnes
I Isaac
Use as many unrationed ) to Second
up. In a moderate oven (350 degrees was quietly married
possible. and budget those points for about 50 minutes. Baste frequently Class Petty Officer McGrath of Rye and children of 1'alatka SPILLS

carefully which you have to use. with slock. Richmond Va.. March 18th. Mra were visiting Mr. anti Mrs.: Ray

Never lose sight of nutrition qualities to teachat Goodge Sunday afternoon. -
tomato sauce to McGrath will continue
however. for your body must be An with this loaf can be mad tuf Brooker. -,-.-_.. --- -- p __ p.. _-ps
I properly fed to do its work. serve 2 ta- 7A_ for Noah Tyler,.
by sauteeing Funeral services ]
Lima beans rich source of vege1 : blespoons minced DO"W yIy age 28 were held Tuesday morning We Do Superior Work-

1 table protein. thiamin and rlboflavin onion and 2 table PATRICIA at 11 o'clock at Dedan Cemetery ., ---1

I make an excellent meat extender. ,' spoons chopped Ambot III'I with Rev. Lawborn offlclallng. -

With three eggs and careful seasoning .. celery In 2 table- Mr. Tyler Is survived bj For Better Cleaning -
will have an unmistakable __m-
| it spoons butter. Ills parents and several sIstersand
> appeal and' plenty .of hearty satisfaction Add to thIs 2 bay leaves. 1 teaspoon War-time brothers.

| : whole cloves. 'A teaspoon salt and 1 r ad11- ? ages of many First Clans Petty Officer Ivan TRY TIlE I

Lima Beans California. cao tomato soup. Simmer 10 minutes the ingenuity Hazen of Tampa and wife of:
in these "
(Serve 6)) strain. and serve with loaf. First of all Jacksonville were visiting relatives NEW METHOD CLEANERS "I

2 oups dried llmas Several times recently when I : keep informed here Saturday. I

Z tablespoons butter have visited the butcher. he has offered I I I I! I Xr4' being Mrs. L. O. Hazen and dau h. Mr. and Mrs. K. O. Edwards, Owners

!l' cup hot water me pork tenderloin. This Is ''I are available. ter, Minnie Lou vlnlted relativesIn .'hnae

Z hard-cooked etc an excellent tasting meat-very rich their meals in Gainesville for several days. Avenue Your PatronageAppreciated

!I' teaspoon pepper In vitamin Bl or thiamin which uppermost cessity for Mr. and Mrs. Sam Mott and SIS Temple 183

'4 teaspoon salt prevents nervousness restlessness. In the Mr. and Mrs. Resale Carlton p.- _-_-u_- ..__._pp._.u ,_ 41 -p_ ._,0'
-- -
1 tablespoon parsley, chapped listlessness and tiredness. must take visited their son and brother PvtI'aaco .

1 egg beaten Breaded Pork Tenderloin. particular Mott at Moody Field Vul-

1 tablespoon lemon JuiceTo (Serves 4) MI :: item which the dosta, Ga., Sunday. FOR SAFETY, COMFORT AND ECONOMY RIDE
cook dried lima bean., soak in
1 pound pork tenderloin where the Mrs. E. .1. Ilazen and little son.
cold water 4 to 8 hours or over I teaspoon salt \ -every trick Julian and Mrs. O. W. Hazen FLORIDA MOTOR LINE BUSSESFOR
cook in same
night. Before dinner
',; teaspoon pepper ..4kt.f ing known were In Alachua Friday.Mr. .
'uater 20 minutes. add salt and cook !,4 cup One bread crumbs 147 brought into and Mrs. Eldon Hardy COURTEOUS CORRECT INFORMATIONPLEASE
20 minutes longer or until beans are I The art of mother 117
1 egg were visiting Mr. Hardy's PHONE
tender. licious
water or milk .
Z tablespoons b1 stretch the in Gainesville Sunday.Mr. .
Cream ouiier. aaa sail, pepper, Meat drippings ing to it a ;: and Mrs. J. W. Kelly and

parsley lemon Juice and beaten Cut tenderloin into 2-inch sections I stricted daughter, Judy and Mrs. Norah UNION BUS STATION

egg. Mix well. 'P Flatten. Season with salt and pep. When the Sapp attended church at Long

add hot water per. Dip in crumbs slightly beaten used over I Bridge Sunday. LACY CONWAY, Agent
then pour over limn and again in crumbs ner of
egg. I -I
and cook in seasoning nn"ut'olln Starke, Florida
in refrigerator 13 minutes IH claus IT roriiT. Temple Ave.
stand ,
I r Let be 5s eis.t-
| double boiler until hot drip bles can eoI'Tv.F1.ORII.it 1
J1' Brown on both sides on hot as IKHV.Od .
creamy. Turn Cover and cook slowly for ways and "HKa CnHby. "'...Intlrt. v. Jack

into a hot vegetable pings.30 minutes. I that poultry are Coaby.OHIXill rmfunditnt., OK PUBLICATION'nx, No. 2194. Il..I_ p-1 ....._ ..._______-__-- .--- .... r .-. p IT 1- ...-

dish and arrange selves to AN> NOTICE TO Al'l'KAK
is tongue-
hard-cooked eggs over top An unrestricted dishes. HTATK! OF" PIXmit. to: Jack J
and parsleyIn don't have to carry a ration CoHhy whnim residence In Unknown. Prompt Service Careful Drivers
sprinkle finely chopped you butcher's. desserts or You am rriiulroil I to on ,
it at your b"I'n':
a border around dish. book to get reals can be May 3rd. 1943 In the
Learn how to cook it. and you will breakfast Court. and ..a....., wttarvln plaintiff
Plump Umas combined with an- Hmdford County
culinary delightfor xnrkH dlvorco.
other good protein food, cheese. in really discover a dessert Triumph Khali, \ pub Unit this OrderIn Starke Taxi ServicePhone
your family: next four wenkly isstas.Witness I .
this dish, meet the requirements of in Spinach One pound my hand and official
good main dish:* Tongue With r fish 1 cup sent at $tark". Florida thin March,
Nests. J3nl. 1943.OFFICIAL.
Lima Bean Cheese Loaf. H teaspoon ( 8EAI) A. J. Thom 150
I fresh beef tongue bread A. Clerk of Raid Court
(Serve 8) Water melted K. 'K. Starke.: Florida
t cups cooked, dried lima beans, 2 teaspoon salt Cut fish in Ally for erf.ftan. 3-J6 41 4-11

pureed cooked spinach I dip in milk Night
354, cups IV IIITIT ('0' itT IIII"'OHn Day
1 cop cracker crumbs 2 cups cooked. diced carrots pepper. Roll (.O..T.%, rL.OltIU.ll IM' CII'N-
melted butter no an oiled CKIIV.Vincent .
2 tablespoons chopped green Cover tongue: with water and add 1 platter. .. Anthony (Horda..... PlaIn. ...-r--_'p-- --p pp p -_- ____-p.--n
salt. Cover. Allow to simmer garine or oil tiff VM. icon*. l>t Hulvu Ulordano ,
:2371UKFlKK --
Pepper 'enotan' Cn No.
hour to each pound of tongue. or hot; oven (350 OK- I'I'HL.K'ATtONANI \
U '
CUll onion minced until tongue is tender. Remove from iP a'VICTORY j about 15 NOTH'K:: TO Al'PKAIl
U cop ham, ground skin. Serve hot. sUced. STATE OK PLOIIIDA to: los '

2' tablespoon parsley, minced water Arrange and nests of spinach and carrots To broil D* Salvo Hulvo.Olordano.Father S18 do' Mr.North Anthonle ZtthHt From where I sit .

-> cap American cheese, shredded on platter around tongue. I SET not clean as and nln.. North i'hlludelphlu, 1'ennnylvu- I

!It Smothered Chicken. possible and Tou are required to appear on.
cup milk sloppy I 6th., 1943. In the above num.Kd
4)) I Pattern No. 834ft- : Bo April
(Serves pepper. Court and CRUX, wherein plaintiff -
outfit Is certainly i a Marsh
and skirt and Jlr..dfordL'"u..ty
chicken jacket greased seeks d I voroo. .. yJoe
2 pounds smash hit with the young: crowd down on : Telegraph shall pulillnh till*
Lynn: Says: 1 pound mushrooms< They love everything about It-theloosely about three Order In next four weekly iHMiieM.Wltn offielal.l
,, hand and
with NM my
milk big
,1 cup hanging jacket until
The Score Card When you plan butter or fat and buttons down thi broil seat at l<4 arko. Florida thl. March I
meals these It with ration 2 tablespoons patch pockets brown. 8th. 1443.
days do 1 teaspoon salt front-and the skirt with front pleat Just a' few I IScrl.p ((HFFICIAI 8F.AT.) A. J. Thomas "Well" Judge Cunning frknd!., N. a way people keep, oat
book says
in hand. Remember ,
of leg room. Ax Clerk f f said rourt.V.
you're spending not only money t I. teaspoon pepper that Pattern gives No.plenty 8346 la In sizes 11. 13,. and and _. C. Hari] >ty, layt'na flsa.'h.5'i.s. ham "I see they've got IC": of trouble, not get Into Itt

but points and that requires ex- 1 tablespoon flour and 15. 17 and 19. Size 13 Jacket takeilk together tub .. Atty.; for Plf. 3-l'i 4t 4-1 "Got what?" I says. From where, I sit, I certainly

Ira keeping of accounts.. Cut chicken In serving and pieces mushrooms i yards 94-Inch material skirt 1* der fish to ix nitrriT coi'iiT. mi %lis'oaO "beams the Judge. And agree with the Judge. The fellowhe
Plan meals In advance keep brown in fat. Slice fry yards. grids. ('OI'XTV. VLOUIIJ.ts IC'KH 'V cIt t- 'Look with the alibi about a "couple 11
browned. Place chicken to 5Alvin out an article about a
ing In until These are
mind what you: need with mush I if I J. Marnhull. Plaintiff vnKl of beers" is reflecting on good
what points you can use to best In baking dish cover vary the ..r nc. A. Marnhall l>.f."udant. special kind 0' lie detector-an citizens everywhere who enjoy

advantage with It. Don't squander rooms. Thicken remaining then fat milk with N am................................. who there's can't a : I Cane N... 2310.onflF.1& OP. I'tTBLIfATION: "alcoholometer" they call It. a quiet glass of beer with theirmealasHUn

points it. for example. you !flour add salt and pepper ANI> NOTIC'B TO Al''ilAitWI'ATE When a fellow nets haled into their friends '
have an eight-point coupon and and cook until thickened.chicken.Pour Addr................................ you'll: OF FI. ,Hfl 7543>A tnKlor Kllnnier- court for doing mischief. and with
need mushrooms and ence A. !Mariihall. or Just relaxing after a day's
something valued at six sauce over and bake in a ............. Ht.* MwlHivKli. *. Alleifheny County blames It all on a "couple of folks like that
dish ........ work. Moderate
PoUits, try not to use the eight- Cover baking 4S ................. J'II hbu 1''''. I'ennevlvniila. scientific machine
Point 350-degree) oven for You are required tu appear on beers, this are entitled to consideration. Ut

thing which coupon corresponds except with with any.it. minutes.moderate turn ol pap, .fycturn ....................... April' Court 6th.,and 1943 cause In the wherein ahoy.pIin.tiff namd -* proves whether Just a"couple of

tolubmil iie.kll divorce. Ilrndford'ounty beers" is really the true answer.
Since canned and packaged Lynn Chamber welcome you liarproblem ........ III........... Telegraph Shall pubJl h this 7Cd1Mf9
good will be at a premium plan your household queries la I No. Order In neat four. weekly' l iceuse. And o' course It Isn't.Because .80e _
those menus Don't doWithOut dinfc. Sand JOur fatten So centS in .OEfl ,for Wltnene my hand and ufthcIalseal enjoyed with
carefully. nion.: 10stIa I Send IS J.."' toFmlrlcU at Htarke, Florida this! March a couple of beer, r
fruits and vegetables: U liar *l "ITeiMrn Newtpapfrllont Chirawo, IUiwi& I .acfl pattern 8tll. un.Ot'P'ICIAL.
the have O".p""ine SIree', Dow Pattern 8EAI>) A. J. Thom as.:
coupons are used up- alum pad.aelf.addrasaed I ( .
plenty Of fresh, unationed oneson forget envelopor"> "tIC/tna your 0 reply. ZOG W. ITUi St.. New York. N. T. Aa. Clerk C. ll of rd.Maid.tr. Court.W. Daytnna B.*ih. No. 55 of 9 Series Copyright, I9U, Brewing InJatlry FtunJalion.rtIUU' It

hand. N.w.paper U Jo". Via.. Ally, for I'lf. J-ll 4c 4-J
R".s. waiters _




RICE FOC7t '!But It wouldn't get there in half gets inspired to writ a po,,.
each person catching a fish was i ourThe I about me Oh weilthe"
I'ltll and CLUBS required to perform a stunt; and one who have no fame; the time such t,
SOCIETY fate of a female
II I I would bea
; _. the final" fUh gain was the selection They flay at home to do the Job And the whole thing I i. Our destiny Is to eotuaa-:
----- -- -- ----- -- I of an "April Fish. menu. That no one else care to claim. m 'wrr..
-- '- about, not to be "written
'y9 t4I ------ Quarterly Social I Croup singing, with Mrs: 1.. ,They're up each morning at daybreak So if It taken time for an answer alloy;

Nip Eloise Bulloclr) Warren-Newsome Caaova aa accompanist: closed A.1 all on I'
I a W. 31. S. Oh, I know that you're So long ore you ,
with smile the
They start the day a
Becomes Bride Miss Ruby Elizabeth Newsome. program I edgeDon't next .
Of Frank Hemingway, Jr. daughter of Mr., and )I.. H. J.Newsome Is GreaUy Enjoyed II The tea table was covered with Til tell you a bit of their story take It out on the' girls. t:' ,
awhile I anay
centered If you'll Just listen : :!
and Capt. W J. Warren an rIm lace clods and themselves
M3aa: Eloise Bullock, daughterof of Silver N. C., were unitedin The Woman's) Missionary Church- with an arrangement' of red carnations The telephone rings-It'* a message Just blame it on HiUer Instead. I j Junior Club To :Meet
Robert Bullock of Columbia 1 marriage In Indianapolis In*,, of the First Baptist social I white candytuft and bluedelphinium. And when this wars won andover )

S. C.. became the bride of Frank, on Feb. 16. The bride was bornin I held ita first quarterly from 4 until Delicfou( light refreshments Her fingers fly over the keys.She I There will be a special!' rn..tnr;
O. Hem nnray Jr.. Aviation' Lakeland, was graduated from Monday afternoon, church annex I of sandwiches. cake stops and asks him politely And back to our places we go, of the Junior Woman's Club
H Machinist's: Mate let claaa U. s.1 the Gainesville High School and 3:30 o'clock. In the to this novel and salted nuts were placed on "Would you care" to repeat It Remember t o give them due the Woman's Club building Wisj.neday 1\\.

c Nary aon of Mr. and ]Olr.. Frank moved to Starke two or three Admission needle which the table, and fruit punch was Sir please? credit night. April 7, at S o',
,t O. Hemingway Sr., In a quiet years ago. She was recently an part was a pin or to the Red served by Mra. J. W. BrowrJee Now, I ask. Do you these see glamourIn ': And give them a cheery hello. clock. TAU meeting is with ".
ceremony Monday. March 22, at employe in the postofflce department was later turned over and Mrs Carl A. Knight. the Job of girls so ference to a rummage sale to be

q 4 5 P. M. The ceremony was performed of the Station Hospital at Cross. M.Bigg The following members and true! i 1 Well now Lent that nU.e: put on' by the Club, and rev*
the Rev. T. V. McCaU. Her father former The chairman.. Mrs. Ethel affair Don't say that U Isn't Important; and I
by Camp Blandlng. gueats enjoyed this deUghtful : So don't think courtesy member Is urged to bring aw
pastor of the Flrsfc Baptist owner of Newswme'si. Market *. had planned a unique program "An : Meadames W. B. Mundy. Without them. Juat what. wouldwe I efficiency aren't appreciated any rummage with her to the ot.int. .
Church at Gainesville, at his residence on Temple Avenue la now which was entitled Annie E. Richard. R. H. Cox. RJ do? more 'cause that little poem j .

>y. on East University Avenue. maintenance carpenter foreman at April Fish Party": the -April for A. Thomas E. Lawson\ Ruth Oh I know you could send it by'proves they are Can't help/

t Both the bride and bridegroom the Crystal Lake Air Base. Fish" being the French term chairman Morse T. B. Harding B. F. Ar- air mall. but be a mite Jealous of those Office Sap p&.. Brynb

w were reared In Starke and both They are now making\ their April FooL Assisting were the : Mrs. gust. J.: H. Engel. W. J. Epperson. Or even by railway express!! telegraph girls No one ever, County Te-lrgrapn.
attended the Bradford High home at Fort Benjamin Harrison In various way Charlie Rob- G. W Alderman H. L.
y" School. Mrs. Hemingway's mother Indiana where her husband is a Hugh Maltox. Mra and Hough J.: M. Brownlee Orie
b having died when lIbe was quite Captain in the U. S. Army. She inson. Mr*. H. L. Wiggins W. B. Alexander Paul'

young, she was reared by hermotheY will arrive in Starke Monday Mrs. L. A. Canova. witha Raymond, Y. A. Harris of Gainesville -

sister, Mrs L. G. Hem- night for a two-weeks' visit with The program was opened R. A. Green. John Healey,

4 ry ,, ingway. They left last Sunday her parents. piano! duet. ."Barcarolle from W. L. Wall. A. E. Wall. J. H.

,I for San Diego, Calif., where Mr. Tales of Hoffman played byMadge Lord. Hugh Matins W. W. Trull. .
light- _
tIHemingway la stationed at pres Party : Brownlee and Nancy
t ent. He has been In the Southwest Delightful foot. Next came a contest "nam Frank Pruitt C. E. Robinson, H. a '
Ij t 1
i Pacific since the outbreak i Honoring Shaw Sisters tug the parts of a fish" from U Brownlee. Cart A. Knight, J.

;; of the War. but at the present Is Sunday ftunpon j jumbled letters and in this contest \V Brownlee. L. A. Canova
not assigned to any ship. His j Mrs. L. A. Canova. Mra. Lex J. E.I
Luther G. Powell, J. Urban
and Shirley
first one. the Hornet was torpedoed Misses Geraldine Green and 'frs. H. L. Hough gave
;' from under him. j I Ann Shaw young daughters of I correct answers and each receivedas Futch. A. E. Light foot, Ethel M.' Sunday Monday Tuesday

Mr. and Mrs Frazier Shaw of I a miniature fish. Five Biggs; Misses: Frances Peek
r,1., In case he should be reassignedto a prize
1 1I
a ship. Mr*. Hemingway will Lawtey, shared honors at a lovelyparty I minutes were given to name all i Elizabeth Joiner, Marguerite Dey-
by their mother on contest !, 4-5-6
given this
of fish
return to Starke. I kinds orlo, Wflma Alexander Madge April
Sunday In celebration of -' Mrs Ruth Morse was the winner
and Shirley I Brownlee Nancy Lightfoot Dotty!
eleventh birthday Causing
Musical Program j' \as she wrote 33 names. I -' ..
Anna ninth.A 'much laughter was the fish pond; Sue Biggs. i .MHB .fPWP>'iMg:< ffiK. .__....r ,
Offered At USO-YWCA color scheme of pink and j ____ I II '

During Open House green was effectively carried out I for YOU asli''
In decorations favors and re- tNeui.Thrilis \ .

Sunday's National Open House reahm Dts.I Callstreet i _
{R ..
was celebration a colorful at event. The table Horseback riding games and prizes and ; l'1I ; % ; TARZAN MEETS ZANDRA

from which cookies and punch I were contexts won were by enjoyed J. T Prevatt, Jr.t.! t !?{.

were served waa decorated withsweet I '- .v ,
I "
peas and the mantel had f and Geraldine Shaw. Walter Winchell did the column front I of the hot dog stand wheresomebody's ,I '": "
end of the dining table If r { Untamed Wildland Princess !
beautiful gladiolas which wereflanked At each this week: j: gonna break a leg : -\\T
bowl containing ,,
was a pink pottery and sue the city .
by lighted candles attractively ---- 0If /"" .
> ". .,< --'
verbena, and the 'J ; f"" .
arranged by Mrs, C. A. lovely :THK CALL STREET SHOW I ', ...'
Knight. Cookies and punch were. birthday cakes emboewed in pink I Cast of Characters: Eva (Mr. Portrait of a young gal '

r served by the member of tbe I and green formed the central F. F.) Stump standing on the ing aloud: Wonder whafll: think-I : : r':

USO-TWCA advisory committee.! adornment. sidewalk In front of her emporium' to the wounded soldier who's ,, A
After blowing, the candles out I for to be revived with I II { .,' /; > .{ :
A few of the Army wives acted -(To make It easier you lucky enough to ,
as guides aDd welcoming committee -! the cakes were cut and served! bask about her new grandson, my the blood Mrs.- Roosevelt donated 1 Most amazing / .s

to the many guests. PYt. with punch. dears) Nat Sternberg for-:I tother day Bet he starts I 'THE'aU Tarzan's ad- '
William R. George of Philadelphia. The honor guests received: a I getting to worry over not being 1 travelling and doesnt stop till 1; 4

Pa., gave a short concert large number of lovely gifts of able to play golf any more. In he reaches Berlin! What treacherous \)
staging "O Rest In the Lord" by remembrance on this happy oc his enthusiasm over the Red.I fools we mortals be! 'Frin-I l*1? fOofrom .

Mendelssohn. The Blind Plough casion. I Cross drive Mae (drink stance the soap panic" that ;; the skies ,

man"* by Robert C. Clarke:: Guest Included: Geraldine stand) Siason. who once graced wept Call St. Sattlday night jinvadeshisjtmg1eking.I' :. d .
at God Neldburg.HU1 Zlegfeld's Follies and Seems a started the rumor J
M, -Spirit by Small. Linda Carradine Ada Ed- the line In wag
of Home" by Oecar J. Fox now adds a touch of personalityto that .soap would be rationed i1omand bring their, '
wards. Ann Moore J. T. Pre I
1 loveghee" by Grieg. "None Call St. Aunt Jane Ros- (Monday, and you can imagine the fJ bru/al/ terror to an in- -, r I'
w, but the Lonely Heart" by 'salt Jr.. Faye Durban Linda and I ner of the light blue hair real! One storekeeper reports
;I aOtowsky. Pvt. George TKh-1 Idell Durban and Gene and Lamar An occasional a a t lor uniform, that an "off brand" he'd nocent forest beauty!* -

Temple University and the Shaw. looking as prominent aa a sore had on his counter for months asarzan's .
"Throbbing -
ton School of Music and thumb amid the sea of khaki went like hot cakes, along with suspense ny

with the Westminster Choir. He I I WSCS Circles To Meet The youthful "modernized" blind all the rest of' his soap courage and _
was in N. B. C. concerts with man who strolls up and down the Some harassed merchants had to face their host' _
Toaeanlni. BarbaroUi and Rachmaninoff. Circles of the Woman's Society main drag with a portable vic- take the bull by the horns and I ; '
'J '
More, recently he con- of Christian Service of the Meth- trola strung about his neck ration customers to five cakes desperate test!, f \ w' r
ducted his own choir at a Baptist each! ,
odist church will meet Monday
Church In Philadelphia. He was Small Town Moral: Ethereal -
accompanied. by Mrs. L* A. Can- afternoon. April 5, at threethirtyo'clock. wild azaleas blossoming behind a Hear Marjlo (Wynn) suver-I ,) x r "

: ova Circle One will meet at smelly i "greasy spoon" nail, way up In the wilds s.-J v,.Ike C6arsritq h rCr.sfd
tile home of Mr. and Mrs. L. D. Starke streets, always looking as cheater. Tenn, received a very h tl_ I I .
UDC Meets Next Week Vlning. with Mrs. Vining and If an earthquake had Just hit strange bundle from home tother I "' -

town More garages being day Seems she had written:! EDGAR RICE I '
The W. T Weeks Chapter Mrs D. P. Carpenter as hostesses .
used these days to park roomers her daddy complain! about the
U. D. C.. will meet Wednesday I ; Circle Two will meet at The homesick -
than to park cars quality of firewood up in that y-
} afternoon at four o'clock: at the I I the home of Mr. and Mrs. Frank soldiers; who drop into a section of the country and ex-. BURROUGHS
home of Mrs., E. L. Matthews.HoeteaeeE .
Mrs Matthews and 1 1XNJ. Colley. with Mrs. Colley as place of business "jua to look pressin' a wiah for some good ole
around" and because they were Florida kindling to start a fire
R. A. Greea. : bottles*
engaged in similar lines back with Imagine her surprise a k f
home The loud-voiced "fllle week or so later to receive a ... .y D

FUNERAL DIRECTORMy de Joie" who, yells at soldiers mysterious looking package,
from a window in the county which, upon being opened, proved
Many Tear Experience Make It PowObte fee Me to Reader brig That lovely dogwoodtree to be Just what you ''suspected i'Sr ,,
EFFICIENT. PROMPT... COURT OC8 SERVICE in front of the H. V. Knight's some good ole Florida'pine' knots!

MODERATE PRICES j Wouldn't Walnut St. be a t It pays lo' advertise--even

DeWTTT C. JONES dream if the parkway in front of your woes Thus vouch Vir-
Stsrtte. Florida each home had one? The ginia Smith an" France Baer

T. tnpacheroua sidewalk hole I noCeii6a'3 Seems the girls were groaning -
over that last $800 the War sr

- -- -- -- -- ,,.... PA Fund had to raise this week. _
- -
Just happened they' were within, _
earshot of Wm. F. LaMorte i
u1 Sa 1011 Mignon Siason LaM'a father-in- /
(/.lea \ +fs
law here to meet his new grand-

daughter) So what did "Papa"LaMorte
do, but pull out his
check book and fill In the blanks

to tile tune of $tOO! Not bad
a eel n. as how his Interest !In I
Starke Ie I purely from the angle,
of a grandpap i

r\ .

Seems getting-out of the coun-

try to accept a war Job la almostas
difficult: aa becoming a member -
of the Union League Club

a Maurice Edwards breezed 'ai yY MILLER

down to Miami recently, expecting
to go right on across but $ = *
found 'twould take the Gov't. men

six days to Investigate his' ) credentials withFRANCES

etc:. He decided he
I could upend the time more profitably "( GIFFORD
in Starke than Miami so .. : .
-- NO HEAT t back he came for another week

% I Personal nomination for the \ : JOHNNY (BOY) SHEFFIELD
most frequently started and slopped .
\ house in town: Riley War } v,....
,. ..w .x NO MACHINES dins on Clark St.-they're workIng STANLEY RIDGES 7 SIG RUMAN

,Bill LaMorte arrived Wednesdayand r '>
,. A..dk ,rwsdiTr.Ipr.r.L. will be stationed at Blending "'''' PEDRO DE CORDOBA

A ....... .. ...............11IISa Lucky guy! ;.... Roe (Jacobs hoduad by SOL LESSIIt

AU TNC MOUkCUS Of COLD LAY Williams write that If yon think cr.a.d
ren's In Stub are nigh you

.*. ... COMVCMBICSI t, COlD ahonld just try finding somethingIn \
< coMFtm
11CN h COlD rrt.d.d w at run ha* ''
HAlt COt >
KTTU*UY.-vie.......... .....,_ seh pao ofatsd .... tAT. .. Men y.. S..-- .w- Columbia, S. CX. for (73 a' --t
y.wh.......... .adhotdy.erewod. .. fortsaSt10NGIICutillM dls.l.rw.krdeskwsks..r. month! V.
..... w eKp* .... a w.*..."r had -- i
n- a to.d d soak COOEAT.yo.....b<.<_,........ -
.. ... Iwt4'... .*.. .. fc<... yaw COlD
Hair_.. Ys W.p..t.d. wW .No erfy __-./ few a.* r Tb gtria at Western Vmioti: and
**Y.T"1" b. e vst ea oreMfel fr a.
DIAL COMSOtn 4' COW IAYs.r. sees s wary fy.M st kalr had Postal are all aglow over findingthemselves j ALSO
.... IHi bats ...! .f all s.." siitiiin.I for S lw your bon verse'I
Immortalised in
.4.....pisfwtr.di0dye.h.irs._wmdiiuti a...........Hwft --.-,.................-" ....... .... ..d. -. .ds...4s..,.,.ar by' Pvt. Ernest Pine of Blandmg
.. ,
.tin...COLD MT 4-. <.,H *W and. SW it.hsna.tea ..y $dyed foe .r.aa.toAcAlt These hard-working servants -I "America's Food Crisis""March ,......

fOt AM AI/OI 1MiNToLeia's get little enough praise. so

I'm more than glad to devote part
Salon of the column to this tribute dedicated I of Time"
Beall/y to the girls 0 f WesternUBon I

Tekpboae I4f .STARKE. FLORIDA and TELEGRAm Postal iTHK GIRLS j And Latest "War News"

.. Here's to toe girls without gUm- ,


PAOK FIr' \'" l
May 3rd., 143. In Ih. above named
Serve Most Hours At USO Court and cause wherein plHlntirtnvrkM
BITS of LOCAL NEWS ;, They dlvoro shall .i publl.hhla, r a dforri. .CountyToliirritph Order

In mint four weekly Imtti NWltnrffH
my hand and offlolnl. mini
Mt KtHrko, Florida. thin March.
Jr., daugh- Judge and Mrs. K. K. Perryman Mm. H. E. Alexander and small 2tth( ,, 144i.OKKICIAK. .
Lw Thomson A..1. ThoinnnA
and Mrs Fred F. were business visitors In Jacksonville I I son Wayne, who have been guests ( ("lork of said Court.
of Mr from theua Tuesday. In the home of Mrs. Alexander'sparents 4 4' T Frank tndruru, Stark, florid,
homf 1-ir. 44t 4-J3
came vy,
p. County Hospital. Gaines- Dahy chicks, 12 com, ut Key Mr. and Mrs. Frank G. I Ally ---'-- I,

with hei young son hatchery Hemingway for the past two IM riHCI'IT COI err HH UIII'O'U
Sunday Thomson nam- weeks left last Friday afternoon t COIiNTV. .0.\1 111.. 4'1151-
Frederick Mrs. B. Jacobs returned to :
Urn for their home In Washington D. | fKHV.Anitvln C
his father and both grand. Starke last Friday after spending T s Ciiooo, Plaintiff. v.... Anirlln *.-.
r t 1\*
relatives and C. Cuoco, IJflf"nclunl. MA
-rs A group a week with her son-in-law and L S4U4i .
'from Montlcello. the homet. daughter, Lt. and Mrs, D. E. Mr. and Mrs Wm. F. LaMorte ,. i onrtRn or iMtnt.irATiov
ds and where Mrs of Bronxville. N. Y., arrived Mon. 1 I ANt NOTICE TO APPBAKI
Thomson Williams In ColuriVbla S. C. Upon I STATS OK FIXmiOA: AIIK.-
has been band teacher her return she stopped by to see day to visit their daughter-in- tina Cuuoo, whose rt....lili-nt'fi IN 4.4
high school for a year or her son-in-law and daughter. Mr. law. Mrs. Bill LaMorte ant new raHen. Avenue. Long ttranrh NewJersey

e Sunday with them at and Mrs. Clarence Nuasbaum in granddaughter Mignon Gay. You are rrqitlrvd to appear. au

Stuwp spent residence on North Jacksonville and to visit her New Hampshire baby chick at I I r e, May Crib and, 1943 cause In. whdrvln the above plulntlff namrtlCourt ''

ut Street. Mr. and Mr. grandson, Billy on the occasionof Key Hatchery Hampton Hliu ii f soaks dlvorc shall II publish r a tlford thin County Order

r. Thomson. Sr.. and daugh-; his second birthday. Telegraph In next tour weekly. .II...u..H.Wltnrio .

Isabelle and Phi. and Mr, Mr. and Mrs. Troy Cook spent Soldier Art ExhibitIs at 8tnrk,my Florida hand and t h offlrlnl Is Man seal 1 li87th.

Mrs. Henry Mallory were the week-end In Jacksonville as Feature un.CIFFICIAI..
for the day. the of Mrs. Cook's Muter. .. SEAL) \. J, Thomn
the guest
nit i F Am ('''.rk nf said Court
Of House EventAn
ra baby chicks for sale each Corp. and Mrs. John Bechtel Open l4 kv T. Prank \\-r.drllm.:: 4tnrkr 4-4 Florldii 4t 4.33IV ,
Hatchery Hampton will spend the week-end In Miami Ally
at outstanding feature of the r -
each. with his parents, Mr. und Mrs 1 r .
jj J cents National Open House celebrationat t'II'r COI It T, Illl \IIKOHIICOrNTt.
Bill Chalker arrived Wed. O.- n. Bechtel. the USO-YMCA Sunday afternoon Kl.Ollllltl IM ('HCKItl. \>-
t. '
from Camp: Tyson. Tenn.,, Miss Gayle SeweH who Is attending was the art exhibit which troths alas. raltirurlM., Plaintiff, *.*.
|.1y week's visit here with rel- the F. S. C. W. at Tallahassee I brought much favorable comment: CharlfH. Cnllirnrlti, Iafendanl. C..nNo. ..
a spent the weekend herewith >4 r a In Starke. His mother,, : from the many people who viewed OP I'l'lil.IfATION
Chalker who Is a her parents Mr and I ANt) NOTICK: TO AI'I'I<1A"
W it. The exhibit wan composedof ,,
C 'loPiitlKnrlN
OK ..t.t.Jtln" to: Chiti
Camp Blanding ser W. B. Sewell. made 1&k HTATH Av.nu..,
|CIM at a 1\lI"s'l drawings and paintings : 297 Chrptnnt

club. Is ales having a vaca- Fryers for Hale at Key by soldiers who are members of t Can You,>u City are ,r"Colorado.iiilri-il| to appear onMnv

this! week and they are spend- pry Hampton Flu. an art group sponsored by Mrs. E i 3rd., 1043. In the shove .named
Middleburg with rela- to Jack- :' Service Club No. Court and I cause, wherein, ilitlntlff
y In Mrs L. A. Davlit went C. W. Chalker of ; seeks tllvorri Mradfnrd County

.K' Bonvllle Wednesday and while In I'I 1 at Camp Spending Throughthe Telegraph shall. publish. thin Order

llrs Margaret Anderson has the city will be the guest of Mrs.. kindness of Mrs. Chalker the < In w'Iiness neat four mY"weekly"ml and I Issues.offk-lnl, xrul.

frned to her post In the box J L. Medlin; and on Saturday pictures were brought Into lit Htarkn, Klorldn, .thin II Murrh8'ith

Jce of the Florida Theatre. will be present at the meeting ol I Starke HO that the public might I OFttme1Al.1941. HKAI.) A. J. Th' ''r.inAN ''

|r a month's visit at her home I the Second District of the Florida have an opportunity to see them. I Pictured above are four inrmbern of the GlrN' Sprite OrgnnlKittlon! of the I'SO who rrcrntlycreel ( Clerk SlarUe.of said! Florldn tnurt.. ,. '

Iowa. She Is the U. D. C.Itaby have also been exhibitedIn Ilio I'SO In heir. rrsgs'ettie trtupa'rune .. T. Frank I landrunt, ,
mmetsburg. Division. They \'Ml rcc-ognltlon for Merging tlio (tr; Sgt. Lester Anderson staled I Jacksonville and several other :MH|. :Mitricitrrt StrliiglVllovi'' State Fun,. --
of chicks, for sale each day l left to right :Miss. Jlmmlc UUM| SPINS. K\flu: ; Stump,
Blandlng. and he Pvt. Slovak <' ,,("I"IT I 01 sir till l11R1111o
at Camp cities. Pvt. Wilkie and IN !
stom Height
furlough In at Key Hatchery.Jack :lens Nettle Mae Fouler, Lake Butler, und Mlf Ji.no Rinse hey ('I)INT% !.!.OKI II 11 IN 5'114,-
brief the and answered
tpnt a greeted guests flOIIV.Uonmii .
Halle returned home Tuesday
during her stay there. question concerningthe I Iwr.1" f HmnnU-r, Plaintiff. vs. \Rosa
.1 after spending several days many .ANI:: NOTH'ITO:; AIM'UMl Hlllllll'-r: : I: 1>efi>mllint. t'lix No: 140li.OIU'KIl .
chicks for sale at Key paintings and the artists. ': II.!' 1".IIItIl'A' lit! VlvlnnM. UK I'1'IIL.U'ATION
Jby I I in West Palm Beach with his: afternoon Pvt. William Myirit whom I rnUli'iu'i. IN !S24H'mtti ANI'| NOTIl'K) TO AI'l'KAIlMTATM :
Ha.C the MEN
johrry, Hampton, brother and sister-in-law Yeoman During OUR SERVICE Aurorit NN ert, Nliluo.MlHHOUll : ) OH1 iri.oitln.v, tn: Knmi'
local manager forjwitt Woodfln G. Pore, a gifted pianist playeda I1rvldeA. fit hams I tfcfffitunly Hrferr.t wnlernhg : sounder, IMmMurunuWHkl, &.UWnrNiiw .
Tucker Third Class ...... You urn rrqulred In nppear on PtilniulYou I
of request numbers, 1I..If..I !... ... w 'nOl: 1 arts ,
C. Jones Funeral Home Haile,. Ji and Mrs. Haile.i'vt. program sun. Parents ..... frl...... .... ursrd, .ernop.r.ta tiny .Hnl. 1114 1. In III" ulmvH .niimiolt'ouit lire 1..I..lr.l. to appear onMuy .
and Cpl. Edward King blll'ltone.conlt.tbuted In and Irflterntfrttm stud ('Hunt*, wherein I'liilnlllfNeekH : 3nl, 194':!. In the above niumvl1nrl
lit to Jacksonville Comer Long who spent a I to the success lhi by bets hrftiuclnif....r from nrWH 10....... Ie...h'. G itlvoriit.. tI. it IfiM'tl' c.'iitiiivTrlitrriiph nnfl fiiiiHi. whfrrtn plnlaIIffcorkM "
'll' March 24, to attend a furlough/ here with his mother,, greatly r nlw. rriiuvtvtril l. writ. t.. the> shun publish thin 1 ontorIn illvorri*. nrttHfunl Cnnnlv
men nrt ,
of the ...... nat four weekly I I.MUVltlteNH *- Hhiill |>hitch this order
of the Elks Lodge. left Monday for I 'Irlr rnfth. rriiwrllnir: taros nod .1..7 ) Telegraph ....
Ting MI'!!. F. H. Long were \ Iliv hand ant oft IeInI son nest four weekly |I". II
Storke-BUndlng for Camp Shelby. Miss., where he Is the lounge guests; of blrrr.l.TIIRKF nt HlurUr, t Kl'irlilii' thin April |1..1.. II"Witness. my hand unit official' sent 1
:cJft! to greeted by mem b e r s of phiWomen's Incl.I)1'I't'I: Htiirkc, h'lorlilit, t h IH 1 March
tallorinic and better clean- attached to the 85th Division. In addition to that ( ) .XI. 8KAI.I A..I ThntniiHAH IlU.10".I'"I..U..
tee Texas "Ih.
| Swift
Service Organization : 1'10IU11:\ NAVYThree .
I I ('Ivik of said l i'titirileraltl ICI' AI.> A. J. Tlmmn"I .
Opposite Park Theatre. Mr. and Mrs. James Seymour by the staff members. The tea more Starke boys: wno It'e., Mrs. Long's Hon-ln-law. Richard ( It. Hart. Jueknonvlll.In. Fli.r- I'I Clerk <>r sold. Court,
.Mrs. Kay Wilson taUor atmp and son Doug moved Tuesday beautifully decorated !i Thede Is a. Staff Sergeant statloneil lilu Ally fur IMf 4-X 4t 4-2.1: ; '1'. Krnnk l.nixlruin, HtnrkH. Fliirl table was stationed
U. S. 4t. 4-KI:
In the Navy 4-2
home on WellerSt. now I Ally. for I'If.
their new .
Into Field 1 IIKR.I
has new em- Kessler >
Bkindlng a with a center arrangement i designed at Balnbrtdge Md., spent from at -
of her sister and IN 111(5.1 i'r <' tinr. 1111 \IMOIIIIM'lt. 1'I'14IL I.I'rlll'Ol:
lye the ITKI1 OlNotion -
In person Mrs. O. L. Beasley >
by Thursday of last week through I : ('< .'..OIUIt' | 1% ('MNi hereby iclvrn to all
12 I In
whose chicks fur FROM; NAVVJoe
'. Robert O. Smedley White leghorn Mrs. Jeanne 11 e Kincaid. Red Wednesday of this week; at home ON ITKI.OrOII: cut.lluhy '. whom It mar fonrvrn 'that 1 hnvo
Lieutenant in the rents nt Key Hatchery. carriedout Bainbridge Mllilreil llnwmiiii. rtiilnllff' flied Final' I Return anilVom'tiiTH
-band Is a white and blue flowers with their respective families and i Ricks A-3 VM. WniiieiH." IUimtiti liefviKlitnlI'aMn hilt. day ..N the Mm'outrl of the
' Corp stationed at Memphis (5. L. Patten of Tallahassee the patriotic motif and also friends. They have all been In Md., son of Mr. and Mrs. J. D. :II". 24UU: t'hurlPN I H. Pufi. 4ntnt and will in

She arrived last Friday. spent the week-end In Starke and symbolized the USO colors. Members the Navy nine weeks, were In I. Ricks wax a visitor In Starkefrom 01nU: OK I'flll.ll'STUiM the 6th tiny of May make appllralion M. Iv- '

was accompanied home by Mrs. of the W. S. O. assisted due ducted at Jacksonville and sentto I Wednesday through Saturday HTATM AMI: ) NOTH'K Ol' I--I.OUIHA Tn I AI'I'KAIt til! NV.unrrIf ivrryiiuin.! to the o County f ".Jude,(":: salt14xeeutrle nl : '

Patten and son George who had ing the afternoon were Mrs. Maryland. They all like It, I of lust week. He enlisted In Urica a*

VOTARY PUBLIC spelt the week here with Mrs. Frank W II eon President; Mrs and said "Leave It to us" when the Navy at Jacksonville on Jan. L'hiittiinonirii i Tiny. OOHHI-II, 'I*c1111,.>HN Itmilv.*I.. 3:), North I ; Kllaahrlli 1 of Maid C.ratnt I'mMxauutrU -*, Mface .

AND E. E. Canova. Grace Wainwright Special Chairman discussing the Japanese, threat In 21, and was Kent Immediately to Yellre ri-iiulreil to appear, on. : Knlut: of. Churl'..J 4t" 4.13
C. Hoillngsworth for House Mrs. A. Z. 'his present post. This Is hU first May :Jlril, 1941.: In the nbuvv 'niiineil(1ontt
OPTICIAN Mr. and Mrs. Frank the Pacific. and cause, wh.r.ln |..lnlntlff
have as their guest Adklns, Mrs. O. L. Beasley Mrs. These boys are Walter King leave since joining the Navy. "I 1 seeks| 4llvi>'..(.!.. Itrudford. CountyTleirr
337 N. Church St. Mra. Uawnon Davis, like the life" he said; "and It >ih shell iiuhllNh thl Order
this week their daughter Mrs L. A. Davis Harold Johnson and sauce !* In vast four trw-kly lest| ?,. I MEN WANTED I II
STARKE FLA. James L. Hair, of Miami. Mrs. T. J. Griffin. Mrs. W. 11.I I Call. Walter King IK the item orMr. Lao. done me a lot of good.' Witness tny h..n"l und nfflelnl,' sent|
Kincald I him to nt Htiirko, Kidn| I" I N March
Jeannette his HU wife accompanied
Mra. W. D. King-
.... Hart and Mrs. Jillh l 4t.IOKI'MCIAI: I I.'orDairy
Mrs. D. E. Knight Mrs. W. K.MldJleton father having been with the U. S. Stalker They were, married( Aug. i $I' tLl A J. Thnnut ,

FOR YOU -, Mrs. \V. H. Nollman \ Engineers In"the Canal Zone for ,.. 31, 1942. She hall returned to her T. Kmnk AN Irfindruni I'lelk Hliirko of Haiti, Floi,I'ourt.lilii,, Plant I
A ,MEMORIAL Mrs. E. K. Ferryman, Mrs. W. B. the past I'Valte" was a home In Conway S. C. for the Ally 1''",. IMf. 4-S 4t 4-21: 1
5'1115'11'1' ( IHIIT. Illl '"K'U''I At High Wage
;MARBLE & GRANIT MONUMENTS. Sewell. Mrs. John Healey. Allan recent employe at the Camp present IS CflUNTl." "''.Oltlll'l II (11\""4.

MITCHELL I Evelyn Stump. Mrs. Julius Thorn, Blending poslofflce and was also Joe has; a brother Pfc Jesse CKMV.Itnymoml. ApplyMr.

MRS. J. ,M. Mfs. Ethel Biggs, and Mrs. L. D. a. student in BITS and a memberof Rlcktt!, at Camp Shelby. Muss, .
I II who Inducted I into tho It, Aniloriioii.. rinlntiff, (lelbman: I I
I .
Representative Vlnlng. BHS Tornadoes. .
Your Local the I 1' J.uenelle II.I AiultiHun, I I'of nilanl
,. "
_, r ) I Harold Johnson son of Mrs.W. I Army Feb. 21, 1942. I I'I.'rIOS Pass N"" 81'i'J.oltliKU Dairies .
: Oh' I'l'IH.II'ATIo.V' : Southern
Opera Singers \1 M. Johnson was an employeat AND NdTK'M TO AI'I'I'JAIt
Thrill Large AudienceAt Darby's Store. Bruce; McCall .\\ MACHINIST' I I HTATIOK! ; KI.OI1IDA: : tot.;! J:.I.MIILni'tti ... Jacksonville Florida j 1
'lumi* r*
Anil w
VAUGHAN'S CASTLE LUNCH I Sunday ton of Mr. and Mrs. .J. W. McCall Claude Ely Durham .non of 1011"1 Unknown.Yuu' I IU Ii
USO-NCCS has been in Staike for only a and Mrs. D. O. Durham 1 I 'I ii,1'. ri>
Immediately after the Joint couple of yearn and was a recent Hampton recently graduated.

celebration employe of K. G. Duncan Stand from the Aviation Machinist'
National Open i
Good Eats USO Sunday ard 011 distributor. King and' Mate School at tho U. S. Naval

at the NCCS-USO Armory held Its Johnson! will noon go to a radio I Air Station In Jacksonville. He THEATRE

afternoon the house program school while McCall will remainat enlisted In the Navy August 18, I U STARKE
AtReasonable individual
own Bainbridge and study pharmacy 1942 and walt .sent to Norfolk, r
in its club at 14 TempleAve. .
Va., for iniloclilnal, training be1'orn
where a large crowd gath
Prices being transferred to the 4TI1 ,
ered for a truly cultural program. WEEK DECINNINC) :
IN SEKVICKFighting Air Technical Training
I Nino FOUR: SONS Naval
Two great
seems,.la,run in the I Center at JackHonvllle. Durham
201 Temple Avenue Semlnara Met r.o Charles polltan Piper Opera blood of the Long,.family-when la now qualified to repair and Midnight Saturday Sunday Monday
and Corp.
tenor worthwhile engines I n top
baritone they have something keep airplane
San Francisco generosity Opera and the to fight for! The well-known working order and will likely see. "VARSITY SHOW"DICK I t t

with Indispensable gracious assistance of Mrs. movie of a decade .ago-"Io'our service with a naval air unit. ) ) POWELL PRISCILLA LANE: I

NAT SEZ: pianist gave to 80ns"had nothing on Mrs. F. I -- And POPEYE CARTOON u
Canova. NEWS
L. A. Blandlng I H. Long of 403 North Walnut VISITS RELATIVES: HERB "- --. __'
Well, the fled' ('ross War Fund Starke the and medium Camp of the USO- Street. She has four elms and a I I>fc. Sumpter E. Gelger. who Is Tuesday & 'Wednesday"YOUNG
through; aimed forces of with the 323rd Engineer
01''e missedu son-in-law In the stationed !
'. l>rtv('> IK. about NCCS. a rare treat In operatic & WILLING"WILLIAM
always the. United State! Bn., at Camp Breckenrldge

S 4 // u f<<>w> became they collator were called. classics.Sergeant Semlnara. who !sings Lt.-Co!. Thomas: Tclfalr! LongIs I Ky., spent several days here last : IIOLDEN SUSAN IIAYWORTH
when the his. aunt Mrs. Minnie
5 out the stationed at Fort Bennlng. Ga., week visiting --
under '---'
However It's not too I"t.yet.- on the opera stage Mario studied I Pvt. Comer A. Long Is with the Nauman. He enjoyed seeing Thursday FridayThe I

If you are one who did not contribute name of the Nino Conservatory of the I Engineers Battalion a t Camp I his old friends- at least those Greatest! Thrill Spectacle Ever: Made With The RAF"ONE

conscience voice at in Miss, Pvt. Allan Long Is I of them who are not away In the IS I
I know your University of Rome, Italy. Shelby. also OF OUR
und during
we'lltake : with the Ordnance Battalion at at my
Bring it In. he afterwards sang
Is troubling you. which country : Howze Texas while Pvt. his furlough visited his mother MISSING"Six
It. It will make you feel with the Royal Opera Company Camp Is with t h ft Mrs. Mamie Geiger and sister
to Americato William N, Long Hut They PackedThe
Returning I Communique -
of Rome. Mre. J. R. Walters in Tampa. Word! From A
much bott_. Ilattallon at Campcago.
continue his career he sang Headquarters: KiKfffHt Adventure Wallop In The World
the Chicago Metl'opolltanOpera -
Company and the St. Lout: He sang, VAt Dawning." I: Joint Celebration --"- Saturday HHJ DOUHLE FEATURE .

PRESENT Opera Company. He has travel "La Reve" and '''Mattlnata.'" Of Birthdays No. l-"Law Of The Northwest"

WE led extensively on concert tourthroughout Corporal Piper now only 21years '' j

the south and middle< old won. In.. a music contest I' Mrs. L. S. Hutto and her son With CHARLES STARRETT

west has broadcast frequently; the National High School.I Pfc Oliver P. Hutto. celebrated "Mysterious Doctor"JOHN

LINEOF and was soloist for St. Mary's of Championship. From then on he'' their birth day anniversaries. No.
OUR NEW 1943 the Lake Catholic Church In Chi hall rapidly proved to be a bud' March 27 and March 23: respectively LODER I Ii

ding artist of much distinctionHe !' with a birthday dinner at' i

has trained In the Juliard the Hutto residence Sunday. All '1

School of Music New York City. members of the family were

He sang with the Berlin State I present except Tillman Hutto, -RITZ- j

Opera In Berlin. Germany, later who Is stationed at Keesler Field, I

SPRINGDRESSES with the San Francisco Opera ; 1'o1lar.r. SUNDAY MONDAY TWO BIG DAYS !

1 Company ball done considerable I. Those present were: H. J. "ROAD TO MOROCCO"I I !

concert work on the air with Dunkley. Mrs. Tillman F. Hutto CROSBY :
KGO. San Francisco Mrs. M. C. Wells and Miss Leclc HOB HOPE '
city. and with BKRK. 'I Jacksonville Pfc ----- -. t I
the same Denmark all of ; Wednesday
Berkley. Calif I I ornla. Corporal Llewyln Tldd of Camp Blandlng; Tuesday! -

11 to 17 y p'p'ltl Piper was also a member of the Pfc O. D Blair of Key West Har "SEVEN SWEETHEARTS"ROMANCE r :

Junior Misses __ Beach Choral Society of Carmel, racks; R. M. Allison of Miami;; MUSIC' 'l' \
12 to 20 California. He sang "Where'er Mica Carolyn Hutto of Columbia, I1EFLIN :

Muses ,_ _. _. __ __ You Walk"The I "Torreador S. C.; and Pfc Oliver P. Hutto KATHRYN CRAYSON VAN I .j j jICAIRO"

38 to 52 Cong": and "D llcatlon. "of Fort Bennlng, Ga. -- ------ Thursday Friday '

Womens ___ ___ -- .. The address of the afternoonwas received several appropriate i .
delivered by Lt. Mrs. Hutto ;

Womens Half Sizes 18V* to 24'/ 'I Lloyd gracefully Gross of Special the 30th I Division Service,,I fur coat from gifts her Including daughters a nice and JEANETTE MACDONALD ROBERT YOUNG ,1 i.i ''I t,

____ '
granddaughter.Office -
wordof I
I "JI Camp Blandlng. an opening Saturday

From welcome by Director Frank B. I nil kind for DOUBLE FEATURE i f 9 r
Prices Ranging Under the Rationing Program Smith and concluding prayer by ftuppllr of J' '
I linidfortl County
You are allowed 3 Rev Thomas J. Murphy Moderator i.jUat The No. "Johnny Doughboy"With
i f"
ef Shoes Per Year. of i the Club. Circuit Telegraph. t
Pairs WithersNo.

$1.98 To $11.95Sternberg's I Let Ones Us Make Like Your New Old Judge: of A.Ceremonies.Z. Adkins acted as Master and- riMrrrr rolHT. IIR U''OROI.n..Ty. 2-"Back Jane In The Saddle"I I ':

wonderful pep l*
With Its FI.OHIIJAI IV t'II-' Gene Autry
Regiment -
rhythm the 104th Infantry (' .:HY. w..
TheElectric )I.r.. IM I.i I.
JI' 't'
Orchestra added charming Vll"n O. My.r... U f..ni .nt. C'oVllKlt ... _, .. ,. ;
Shoe Shop House .
Open pro '
the -
variety to No. '
Aero.e From Park Theatre gram. I OF- i

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: truly great and that such a thing: is in- I CIIUKCU 'DIRECTORY OF WOODLAWN ed tiff Court BeekM and divorce cause and wherein no other plain.re. IW('Ol'IVTY.Cltit' t'IT"'I''uu'l('f).'''T' hl 'b
''q ; SERVICES lief. Bradford County Telegraph CJtKY. .
. The Bradford County Telegraph compatible with national selfishness and FIIIHT HAP'rI'TIlea. By Alice Grove shall publish thin Order In next W. II. hall. l'lnlntlrr I.,

I ) I r>tatill..l e l 1871FLORIHPRESS isolation." The presentation of these pro ,I am. A.N.K.W l.licktfuot..lMit Klreet Panted Mrs. Chess Padgett, who died four Witness weekly. my l I..u.hand and official U. Hall.ORDER Defendant..nl"" (c'i..,/\;.....

' I to the public is most timely because Church! School t 11:46>: A. St.Morning March 18. was burled March 20 Heal at Starke. Florida, this March AND t'l'ItUr. .*;,"If,tu|
: MfiMH&I2 posals 17th. 1943.
J:4': Worship 11:00: A. M. STATE lilt
at 11:00: A. M. in South Prong OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. ThomaxAH S-S5rSiB ,
( O. Hall
and "its B. T. U. 7:00: P. M. It
. ; AssociAHo4? the war maybe greatly prolonged Evening Worship ':00 P. M.VV.Uiloi.day Cemetery with the Rev. G. E. Clerk of said Court. forI'U. 22, Montgomery; Alabnrn.' !', l' J I IMay
: :
" "': 7' q N,111c EDITORIAL.ASSOaA'I1OO'I outcome thrown in doubt" unless America Worship 8:00: P. M. Cutshaw officiating. Pall bear- John. J. IlenderHon. Hun.d.l1.Uli 4-8 3rd.are un required\ 10 Hoke"'

I j,<,':", decides immediately upon its future role in FIRST MHTTtODIITllev. ers were Ancil Thompson Carl I Court and case n, whersit r bat
... .. PanesI2. Carl Rosier, Charlie IN ('IHCI'IT COTHT. 811\'OHU seeks Po! ,.
__ Editor!: and Owner C. Fo m HIlliard Jlradror
i 1 t C. L. Matthews -- world affairs. It is Mr. Dulles' belief that N. Chvreh Street Gasklna Graham Crews, and COI-MTt. KE.OHIUAI IN CHANCKHY. : Telegraph .haU pobllh 1h1tfe
In next lour
Church School 10:00: A. M. weekly t.a' .: ,
\ six pillars of peace are derived from Sunday Worship 11:00: A. M. Luther Hllllard. We wish to J. C. nb.lr"d. Plaintiff: vs. Witness my hand
BSCKHTION KATE moral YoungPeopU 7:00 P. M.: friends who helped Mary Qleenon; Cane No.: I seal at Florida
tN and thank the
beliefs common to all religions M. many I I Itttarke / Ihi1yi
? Veul '. $1.75: Ki.. Months' .1.110e E+.ning; Worship S:00: P. 2395.onnEn 24th.
and death.
: W.cSne.day Womhlp 8:00 P M. during her sickness OF funnrATioN
equally be espoused by Protestants, I (OFFICIAL SEAL) A,
can t- Her survivors Include: One daughter AND NOTICE: TO At'I'KAKSTATE A. Clerk or Tb,'"
Entered aa Mecod Catholics and Jews indeed by all men who ST. MAHtf'ft tPIXCOPAl.ll > OF FLOKII to: Mary J. C. Durrance. ,
{ nMlshedcrkly on Frlday..nI ..,. Fred Terkeit, lirrturaoi Mrs. Ivy Wester four song: OleeMon, whore *residence In Unknown. Ida. Atty for Pit.J'LcklloQ\'III." P
ClaxH Matter at the. foot Offloe At Stmrk Fka.6)L have an enlightened view of self-interest." : N. Chart-to Street Willie and Clarence Groves of You are required to appear on 'tilit 1 i
Church School 10:00: A. M. Lawtey and Ellery Groves of May 8rd. 1943 In the above named
The church people of America are the Sunday Worship 11:00 A. M. Courtand cause. wherein. plaintiff
Sunday Hv.nlog 7:30: P. M. Jacksonville and Willie Grovea /
y+Mt'r' of Peace" dominant group and the moving force in ""rld.y'Ev.nln": 7:30: P. 'M. of Baldwin. There were six K Telegraph"ekn divorce.shall publish Bradford thin.County OrderIn i
bays 10.00 A. M.
Proposed by Church CouncilMen the nation. These men and women who do grandchildren; J. E. Thornton of Witness next four my weekly hand lHHuen.and official
and FIIIKT PRKSHYTKHIANRev. Jacksonville Junior and Louie Heal at Starke, Florida this March FOR ACID
much of the thinking and planning Chno. M. Allen. PM.tar INDIGESTIO
and women of good intent everywhere $4M North Cherry St. Bell GrOves of Baldwin and Alice, 23rd OFFICIAL 1A43. SEAL) A. J. Thomas.
tt' which nearly all of our praying are the ones who Church School 10:00: A. 55.Sunday Clyde and Lucille Groves of Law- ( A. Clerk of Bald u'ourt.K. .
anxiously studying plans M.
are Womhlp :
K. Starke, Florida,
give character and high purpose to' this Senior Crusades. i:00: P. M. Icy Atty. f..errl-a..n.: 3-26 4t 416rutrrrr .
seek to minimize the likelihood of future Intermediate Youth 6:00: P. M.
nation. If these men and women in the bivenlnv: Worship 7:00: P. M.MT. Howard Norman of the U. S. :
aid wars. Every day almost brings forth anew communities Army in Mississippi was visitinghis IY" t-oi:T. IIH\I>KOHI I
,in the small
countrysides EDWARD 1
ror'v'rv. FLOIUO.\.I I* fllA.NOeorxe -
(m I peace proposal by some individual or H.... T"... J. Murphr. Pastor parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. S. ('I<:ItV.
as well as the great communities of the nation Temple Aveaae Norman of Lawtey and returnedto F. llorneker, Plaintiff, VH.
;: group of individuals. Some of them laygJ't"at Early Mane 11:00 A. M.Itlvlne .
Addle Maxine ferry Horne rl cer, Defendant
and minds to
will direct their hearts Monday.
h Service Camp Case. No. 24OO 50Carpenter's <
the need for inter-
stress an ,
upon Sunday Mann '::00 A. M. ORDER OF PIJIILICATION
Denmark of Starke is
the task of advancing the'sound principle Week Day Mass 8:00: A. M. Odlon ANI NOTICE TO APPEAR
national government 0 ran international visiting his brother, Roy Den STATE OF FLORIDA to: AddleStaxine '
; of
,I I police force. Others put especial emphasis their leaders have presented, KIVGM.KY ll..... II. M. LAKE Tllle.mil ItAPTIMT, P...ur mark, this week. la Perry Unknown.llorneker, whose address Drug $Stu k kDr.
will indeed look much brighter. ,
international economics in trade. Pervlces. Every Sunday Leon Starling of the U. S. You are required to appear on
I upon, \ Sunday 8"001-10 A. M. Coast Guard stationed at Banana May 3rd, 1944. In the above named
The of people however are Jdornlnlr'Vor.blpl1' A. M. Court and cause, wherein plaintiff
great mass ,
q River wan visiting his seeks divorce. Bradford County
Wallace Outlines The Peace FI.'*IJ lMICNT\l. f.O-tPKI. Telegraph shall publish thin Order
unable to understand these plans, com- TAHe:1tVAC1.E3 in-law and sister Mr bl.other.1 In next four weekly ISHuen.
Worship Service, each lord's DRY, Luther Hilliard, Sunday. Witness hand and official
mendable as many of them are. One proposal Vice President Wallace appears to have It A. M.ntbla Meal. at Starke my "Florida this March

"' 'Z'' t just presented: to the public and the taken a bunch of leaves out of WoodrowWilson.s Kvangellntlr fI.hool-3. Service P.. -M.H P. M Miss In Myrtle Jacksonville Johns was who visiting Is employed I 35th(OFFICIAL, 1H4.H. SEAL)' A. J. Thomn,

to to be couched in terms records in to the Nationto Tu".day-Hlbl. Study 8 P. M. In AH o'lerk of said Court.T. .
nation appealing
seems us
I MlHHtcm Jla1.Vofln"'ayC'hlldr..n'. ... her parents Mr. and Mra.. P. B. Frank Lnndrum, Starke, Florida
that the wbole people will understand and create a world-wide new democracy whenit nan and Choral Work-4 Bible P. M.L. Johns, over the wreck-end. Atty. for I'lf. U-26 4t 4-16 Max Stain

wel ome.Ve refer to the "six pillars of begins establishing the basis of peace Thursday-Victory Prayer Group .
I -* 1'. M. :.NOTIfK OP MI (.I.\I. JtHSTKK'.H! iv: ruiri'iT COURT. JlH.\o..onu
The Commission to lie has : Jo'r"'ay-Evo.ngellatlu Meeting-* ".\L"J (fOCNTY FLOHIUAI l\ CIIA.N-
peace, the work of that will follow the present war. OptometrM
P. M. Notice l is hereby given that under urn Louise
Study the Bases of a Just and Durable laid down basic principles that call for the rtirncH: __OK___ ('IIIUM7'One and foreclosure by virtue made of a and final 1 :rendered decree on of r. Henry Younft.Young,Plaintiff Jr., Defen vn.CharleH .

Peace. This Commission, instituted by the permanent disarmament of the Axis. lie Illurk. Went NtHtlOBHrron of In loo Itu the by the 17th Honorable day or March. Z.A. 1 Adklitu>. 1943, dant. .'flit No.OP 2.198.OHIMOH MJHLICATIONANI If your eye bother you M

I Federal Council of Churches of Christ in sugests a World Council and an Interna- n. t'onley' KvnimelUtTil Judge of the <' .ltAC,, j.t In antifor .; NOTICR OF.FI.OKIDA: TO AI'PEAHTATF. to: Chnrleiillrniy me examine them and fityM|
hie Study Uradford County, Florida, sitting -
America is under the chairmanship of John tional Court that would be able "to pre- Morning: I Worship orc'a'O: : 7-30,tott.A.: :; P. M M.Pvening In It.Chancery Carter ,UK In Plaintiff favor of, William and In Unknown.Young, Jr., whoae, residence with glasses you need &n\

q Foster Dulles. It has been studying this serve the liberty equality, security and itlble Study WBdneHday 8:00: P. M.COMMUNITY against the undersigned J. A. Harnaire an Special, defendant Master May You 3rd.are 1943 required In the to above appear named on i 30'Je.rs' experience.. 'by ppointnint Holidiyil|

question most earnestly for more than twoy unity of the United Nations-liberty in a OOlPKf. INIH8IOV In Chancery will offer for sale before Court, and cause, wherein plaintiff ) yi
Kradford County!
4 PenteeoMln IIKlnK the front door of the County seeks divorce. TELEPHONE 5-4371
in LakeV ,Mile W nl B KateKvanirellMIn TrleKruuh shall publlxh this OrderIn
of opportunity ler Court Ilouno at Starke, Bradford
political sense, Services every. !Sunday : County. Florida on Monday, the next four weekly Ixxuex.Wltnexx .
1 y years.The program this Commission presents international trade, security against war and night 7:30.J.: >th day of April A. 1>. 194.1, dtirInir my hand and official. 401 TempUTheatrt.iiUi,
A. Brooke, Sponsor the legal hours of Male, and sent 1 ut Starke Florida thin March Main
to the people of the United States for their business depression due to international will Hell to the highest and next 241 h. 1943.OFFICIAL. SEAL) A. J. ThomasiAs I Corner attdMorirteSltH
bidder therefor for cash the fol- ( JACKSONVILLE
most earnest: consideration would committhe causes, and unity of purpose in promotingthe HAMPTON being lowing In lands Uradford situate County lying Florida and, T. Frank J.'LfldrumItluk.Clerk of said.., Florida Court. Ft Will I

United States to collaboration within general welfare of the world." By II. B. Wiggins to-wlt Atty. for Pit. 3-2<) 4t 4-16
Northwest Quarter of f4nuthw"t1u"t'jtrNoa
six: vital areas: ((1)) political collaboration In Washington where Mr. Wallace is LADIES COUNCIL, :- except;. tri" ':I.(5)of acres Sec

between the United Nations and ultimately best known he is regarded as an-idealist, a A. meeting of the Ladles Council tlon Thirty-five 18G) Township SEA FOODS CHICKEN DINNERS I
was held at the home of Mrs. Five (6) Mouth, Ilang-e Twenty-
between all nations ; ((2)) collaboration on near-dreamer, and a very fine man. lie Hall Wednesday after- one ((21) Kant.
Lynn on T. frank LaLndrum.I .
economic and financial matters of world- expresses ideas and convictions very much noon, March 24. After discussion I Special> Mauler In Chancery STEAKS CHOPS
3.19! 4t 4-0
wide import; (3)) international machinery to like those voiced by Wendell Willkie, except of an Interesting topic, refreshments '

promote peaceful change as future conditions that he uses a gentle switch instead of a of Ice cream, jello and lv' .'<>fiiiri'iT!'%TY. ""LOlli roi HT.).\.I miADFoitn IN III":\. TEMPTING, TASTY, SANDWICHES
cookies were served to the following ('.aY.Luther DELICIOUS HOME MADE PIES
make necessary; ((4)) international organization big stick. : Mrs. W. L. Andrews, Mrs. Carl Smith, Plaintiff.. VII.
Ola Margaret Smith, Defendant. ,
to assure that the government But there's something doing-and those Martha Joyce May, Mrs. Marjorie Cane No. 2483.OHDBIt .

h of subject peoples is directed toward ulti- columnists and commentators who have Wadsworth, Mrs. Frances Wads- AND NOT1CB ItV PlIULICATION TO AT'I'KAH j
worth, Mrs. Delia Dyal, Mrs STATE (ti.' FLORIDA to: Ola A & A LUNCHEONETTE
1 mate autonomy ; ((5)) control of armaments, pointed to Wallace as having flown a "trial Merle Rahmea. Mrs. Jessie Chas- Margaret Smith whose address Inro

and ((6)) the right of peoples everywhere to balloon' for Messrs. Roosevelt and Churchill tain, Mrs. Sallie Will Hall Mrs South| General Carolina.Delivery, Con way. I' In Park Theatre Bldg. __ ? Starke, Florid |
Gertrude Slade, Mra. Lula Slade, You are required to appear on
intellectual and religious liberty. and the spirit expressed in the Atlantic May 3rd 1943 In the above nam
Mm. W. H. Griffin Mrs. Henry
These are simple proposals that everyman Charter are getting pretty close to whatever' Saxon, Mrs.' Neta Johnson, Mrs

and woman can understand. They come may happen.: June McKinney, Mrs. J. T. Guy,,

from the hearts of earnest people who feel Recently an officer in the Navy pre- Mrs. J. L. Me y e r, Mrs. May
Cornelius ,1e
Sweeney. Mrs. R. D. ,
'is that the Christian citizens of our nation dicted that in years to come the World Mra. Clarice Adklna, Mrs. Mary ri IJN/P ? I

have both an opportunity and a responsi- would agree: "We have tried everything' Norwood and Mrs. Ovieda Johns

and nothing has worked, let's try that plan Mrs. C. A. Warren of St. Petersburg .

bility.It is Mr. Dulles' judgment that "only left by Woodrow Wilson-It never has been Is visiting friends here.

imbued with a religious faith is tried-and maybe that's the right answer." Miss Frances Colley of Starke
.t a spent' the week-end with Miss I
.You it time
Barbara Horne. I IJrlr can spot every

them a free hand and Just for 1 RISING and Mrs. Orle Wiggins and

:: Russell Kay I once lay off the usual pressure Iy :Mm. Middle. iNornuioMr. family of Starke and Mr and

:. and let these men you have elect-' Mrs. Leo Wiggins of the State "OPOTLIGHT Bands" the
ed to office use their own good and Mrs. George Jones Farm were visiting Mr. and Mrs. ,

TOO LATE judgment."I Lake Wales are spending week H. B. Wiggins Sunday. radio program broadcast over

TO CLASSIFY do not mean that old JohnQ. with their parents), Mr, and Mrs. Mrs. John H. Parker and Mr.
Voter should remain forever Eddie Norman of Rising and Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Parker were Blue Network every week night for

Tim Sellers of Leeaburgr, attorney quiet. He should advise and suggest and Mrs. Robert Jones of Brooker. transacting business In CUllman, Coca-Cola, features the nation's favorite name
for the Florida Dry Clean- to his legislator, help when Miss Rosa Mae Norman of St. Ala., last week

ing and Laundry Board, got outa called upon and in every way Petersburg spent last week with Mr. 'and 'Mrs.: M. 'M. Matchett bands. Their names mean something because
bulletin to the Industry the i work with them but for the sake her sister, Mr T D. Proctor, and Mrs. O. P, Wadsworth were
other day which contained advice of our fair state add the genera. and brother, S. E. Norman of visiting In Plant City Saturdayand their bands have something extra to offer.

so ound and pertinent that it done yet to come don't worry Gainesville, and will spend the Sunday, being called to the Coca-Cola got where it is by offering
might well have been broadcast the life out of them with every next few weeks with her mother bedside of their sister, Mrs. Enza some-

to every citizen and taxpayer in petty personal scheme conceiv Mrs. J. E. Norman. Day. thing that more than quenches thirst. It

Florida.It able." Mrs. Eddie Norman and son
Among transacting
had to do with the coming II Collectively, citizens and tax. Herbert, Mr and Mrs. Gordan In Gainesville Friday were: brings a delightful after-sense of refreshment '

setuiion of the legislature and I payers howl for economy, complain Jones of Lake Wales and Mr. and Mrs. Frank Williams Mrs. Mar. too.

quote It here an! worthy of your i of ever-Increasing taxes and Mrs. Thurman Jones visited relatives vin Williams Mrs., J. Williams.
earnest and thoughtful con ldel'a- take delight in blaming the "so- in Brooker Sunday. Mrs. Cyril Manlre and Mrs. C. L.

tlon. Tim says: called" politicians for their plight. James Norman of Jacksonville In ice-cold Coca-Cola you find quality you

"Within the next few days our nut these same purveyors of was visiting In Starke Tue day.HerMI.t May.Mrs.. Lynn Hall was shopping You find
righteous protest consistently l count on. delicious taste that sets it
legislature will assemble. They Norman left for Lake In Palatka Tuesday.Mrs. .
will give 60 days out of their I hound and bedevil the same denouncefor polltlclana Wales Wednesday with his Jessie Rogers of Jackson. apart. You find refreshment that goes Into
they so glibly
business and profestilona life trying brother-in-law and sister Mr. and
yule\ Is spending this week with
to such rules every manner of costly ser energy.Anybody can make a soft drink but
lay down aa vice. -' Mra.' Gordan Jones and will spend her mother. Mrs. Thomas Dyal. ,
will make Florida a greater state of several weeks
and better place for us to live. They demand more parks and a there.vacation Miss Evelyn Norwood Is visitIng only The Coca-Cola Company makes CocaCola.The .
her grandmother, Mrs. H. M.
"During this I session, even playgrounds bigger and better only thing like Coca-Cola is Coca-Cola
though 1U primary purpose should I public bulldlnga, pensions for the TIIERESSABy Norwood at Mayo. itself.

be confined to the formation of I aged day nurseries for the off Miss Maris/iCannon l IIr' visitinger *
only those laws necessary for 'the 'spring of war working mothers,! MU Ida HoKiinMrs. sister at branford *

winning of this war, they will\ be 'better roads, free school booksor W. W. Packham and Mrs. Mrs. L. G. Young wax visiting !. natural for popular names,to acquire. friendly

urged from every side to pass all what have you and completely' Ed Prevatt spent Sunday In 'Mra Lynn Hall .last week abbreviation That's why you hear Coca-Cola called

aorta of trivial and useless legis lone sight of the fact that all this Coke. Both mean the tame thing ."coming from
Waldo with Mrs. Annie Trlest. a
lation. calls for more and more and PINE LEVEL
They will be lobbied to the more money and consequentlymore Sam Swindell who has been lly Mr*. II. M. McRae single source, and well known to the community.

point of exasperation and they and more and more taxes. with the Armed forces In Virginia

( wUl lose many nights sleep tryingto Chambers of Commerce civic Is! now home with his parents Bishop Myrick of Lake Geneva
figure their way In and out groups women's clubs and countless was visiting friends here Saturday -
Mr. Mm. S. R Swin kLai
and 1 1b
of situations Why Because we other organizations concerned -
the people want them within this only with their own particular dell.Mrs. H. M. McRae returned home
short period of. time, to do every I needs meet, discuss resolve and W. C. Rhoden of Alabama Monday night: after visiting relatives -
thing possible for the good of the demand. Commit tees are appointed spent several days recently with In Jacksonville. '

county or city in which we live, i to contact legislators and her parents, Mr. and Mrs. S. R. We had a good attendance at

help old man Jones get a Job secure their approval and support Swindell.Mrs. Sunday School last Sunday, also
give compensation to old John Q. of this! or that particular pro- John Jordan and childrenof at Prayer Meeting Sunday evenIng -

.Public's widow, build a road here, gram. Hllcrest were visiting friends ,
mot a building some place else I From time to time sincere leg- and relatives here Saturday. The crops In this section are

and do a thousand and one things islators in an effort to fulfill Mr. and Mra. Dan Loper and up and looking good.
entirely foreign to the real problem campaign promises, have attempted Mrs. A. H. Kelsay were visitingthe Mr.\ and Mrs A. F. Hall and
they have to solve. I to eliminate various boards Loper's son In a Jacksonville children of J a c k a onvllle\ were

"Your senator and members of and commissions, curtail some of hospital, Sunday.We visiting relatives/ here this 'week- e

the house want to do just what the many services to the end that are very sorry to hear of end.
you want them to do since you I taxes might be reduced. But in the illness of Mrs.. Pan RaleyIn Mr. and Mra. L. A. Crosby _: .l ,_ -r- /
are the voting public but if you every Instance Indignant groups the Alachua County Hospital. and children of Rising and Mr. Une. are put In, stages fixed!, loudspeakers hooked up and "
t .
happen to be!l one of the many have screamed their heads off, and Mrs. B. M. McRae and children their rehearsal beatn. Soon the boys In uniform will 'hear
who kick about the multiplicity I such action was condemned and PENSE aa they press for this were 'dinner guests! of their on heir favorite home band radio In person just a. their families will ..
of laws on our statute books it the advocates of such bills! cruel- or that bill designed to serve parents[ Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Mc- 5 7

might be well to quiet down a fled.At some selfish, purpose. Rae Sunday. ,

little this time and maybe your the coming session CITIZENS And ALL will curse the legislators Miss Haven Crosby of Sunny- The best is always the better
representatives can really gel and TAXPAYERS will ap- for their extravagance and rook Farm was a dinner guest buy!

something done. peal to legislators for MORE denounce the ever-Increasing coat of Miss Odessa McRae Sunday. IOUUD ""C... AUTHOIITY Of THI
"When I say 'quiet down' 1 TAXES. They will demand of government Watch and Remember the services at Pine COCA.C OLA COMPANY IY

mean just for once try giving HIGHER MILJ AGE. more EX- ee. Level church this week-end. I STARKE COCA.CQLA BOTTLING COMPANYCOVNTY


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fradford County). High_ School Journal 'I

. I Amateur ProgramFor

EIITORIAL____ Idalou DavisEdlter AssemblyThe
Virginia sewell Senior Class Play DON'T MISS"What
who were
____ June Blosslub 10th Grade girls

Reporter_________ Patsy Keen in charge of assembly program

r -_ Alice June- Harding Powell Has Now Life"Friday thin prog'rlU1which week. presented was an very amateur entertaining.

News.__________ Leis Jewell Newsome Spotlight A / Those taking part were:

lub Entertainers -
__3I Eva Fay Oalney Arlln.lewannouncer.
pbles Markey Large Cast : Janet Anderson Patsy

Martha_____ Shirley Colley I "What A Life" Dew Patsy Ruth Hall Lorene
RehearsingFor Wanda
jquaa cjarjce Thomaair I Busy 9th Moncrief June Patel

Features" ___ Nina Bishop. Hit ShowThe "What a Life" It was too with April Pearce Herbert Prince Snooky

Edwards. Marjorie Grider Henry Aldrich who was conceitedto Johns, Garnlta Hutto, Momenn

much talked' about Senior the point that he thought he Warren. Barbara Home Freddie

Play "What a Life" will be presented knew all there was to know and Wlmberly Nina III I 8 hop and

EDITORIALI.FK.VRS at the High School Auditorium that he was the brightest studentIn B. H. S. Auditorium Patsy Keen.

Friday April 9. at 8:30: school. Henry's teachers Bryan Harrell, one of the

: LIKB for the benefit of the public. A I didn't agree with him in many judge, presented the winner.

Laps the most Important great deal of time and .effort have matters but what difference did War BondsThought Herbert Prince, with a 25c war

1 excluding grad. been spent on this production anda that make He was the genius Receipts To Be Used For IIt. mp.
happening large attendance is anticipated. of the school. Barbara Pearson,
In the life of a': high been trouble for I like' to get out of
Itself, Special arrangements have Henry's one and only heart throb
Is the senior play. appropriate sweet and dainty I school whenever poiwlble. But
. senior made for securing a very pretty, and 1

L, their big production and scenery and from all indicationsIt girl was interested In another I wasn't goln' to be Senior Class News Vox Pop, Jr. don't nearly like always that.get; If caught you can helpme

Is to be a first class produc student as well as Henry. And and
Ithey woik unfalteringlyfornd. able to take it. Walked In I'd be grateful to you the
all the incidents Henry encountered wait to ace the Dear Editor:
tion. ? None
mE'et'mal1 Can hardly
.... .. _. The ultimate aim win all of Bar-' who should eyes know My problem in a very minor rest of my \life.
to I
on In Life.
Vit those who have worked trying little Kvelyn play "What A
Among other than pretty Skipper
leave a definite impres- bAI'I attention. The play isa "Hot-Stuff. Incidentally one, but I feel as If I should do
to untiringly after school and In 8 Hall. She sure in. cute anti It'" going to be

pon the memory of the on- moat of their spare time to puton hilarious performance from beginning should take part In boost In' the' If you want a ticketto something! about It. I walk Dear Skipper:

to end. An all-Ameiican play Seniors have pigeon-toed and you know that Listen, friend even If I knewI
seniors and patrons. This the play are of course the Soldier's morale more often. Mar the play all the Is

n they 'depart with rhai-ucters. They are as follows with ordinary American characters gie Patel wan also there enhanc- some to sell some of the other anyone who walks pigeon-toed wouldn't tell you. Or anybodyelse

pUshed,triumph. The senior : It promises to be a great suc in' the ears of everyone with her classes do too. Please help us not a beautiful sight Can you for that matter. I don't believe -

ing of Secretary cess. So don't forget; to come Woogle! The big to advertise the play, because wereally help me? in It. It do! Hn't help you
tradition as IJradley'a Boogie
i ig as much a Is a product Miss Shea ( Sewell. out to the blggeql performance super and beatest urprl14e l of the want a good turn-out to It, Ugly. to skip school. The fact la It
each gest
,ition for Virginia the school of Dear "Ugly"Perhaps .. deal of harm.
in great
Brad- ever to be presented evening was that I found out and we need the cooperation doe you a
URiC and endeavor Is going tot } MI' Nelson (Assistant Principal auditorium. The date In April that I could dance. At leastthat's each B. H. S. student. I'm sure you are over-sensitive' If you do skip school I hope you

High School ) -- Bryan Harrell. Is 8:30 o'clock about the way you walk. Being
this 9, 1943. the time : what my one and only you all want It to bel succesn.ronteiB are caught '
senior play year. I on-tlt..1 ia not lit) bad. If Editor.
a Patterson (A Teacher) there. been around plg
Mr. see you have put
the cast of actors may not 1 KHon< Powell. -E. L. E. partner told me. but it certainly helps If you you'll practice walking straight
be wholly composed of spoils that I am, dropped town willdevelop OVER THC TOP
ceaslty Lady I know It that will help. Too, If you
nlorn! nevertheless "What a j MIlt Pike (A 'Teacher) -Chlr. by the N. C. C. S. not long tell people yourself personality no ono

I Is! very much a senior play I ice Thomas. Ima SnooperWonder ago and spotted Wanda Pearce will bi good BO please tell everyone 'will notice your' the way you walk FOR VICTORY

he patronage and attendance Bill (A Student) Bobby Mc- Pat Keen Bunion U.. George about it. Editor. .!tIt
of what Judy McRae and Bobble Turner giv- I wish to congratulate Miss $
i pry student and friend I Nick K. and t UNITED STATES WAR
rhool Is strongly urged. This Rae.Miss Eggleston (A Teacher) I Margaret Strlngfellow find so In' the racket a workout. Pardonme Stump .on her new-born nephew! I Dear 1 Kditor, :

let ion Is well worth the scene Sara Barefoot. I awfully funny to talk about In kids. Not a money nmkln know she was tickled by the beum Honestly, you'd think that all BONDS STAMPS

: the "boost" that the class (A Teacher) I Study Hall everyday? racket but a tennis ruquette. Bobble on her, face! And who wouldn'tbe anybody ever had any trouble I

ecclve as a result of a full Miss Johnson Hear, Jewell Carter. actually got Turner seems to be head In' ? about was their I 0 v a affairs. IN tllKllr f'OI "'1'. PiIICleYONI.Iii .

will be payment enough for.( Barbara Cameron.Mr. I her fill of candy over the week- lotS the worlds championship In I'm still waiting for that tiny That Is, If your column Is any ex- "I'KIIV.Will: %'.!',. t'MHIIIItl I'll CII C 100-

efforts. The cause, Vecchltto (An Italian Pur- end._ How did. .vou do It. Jewell the near future. I can mingle with the rest of ample. Why doesn't anybody ever hi in, .1 WhitIng, r'lnlntlfr. v...
untiring J. A. Martinez. -.n- U' a Senior kids!. fly the time troubles like- .1.,.... KlUuliolh 'sYbIl mit. ix-fiidant.
enl) When I w..nt.down to get the hove any simple
worthy one. The proceedsbe Mystery of the week: What i ihappt'ned Case, Nr>. aIHOHIIPU: '
used for purchasing Wars Henry Aldrich (The Star of the candy bar for me sweet tooththere to Jimmie DavieS his-. tills paper goes to prestt we will well, like- -well, f r I n n t II n c e : tap.' l't'III.U''IlN

William Thompson.Barbara wain't none to be had. |i huvu finished our glorious day Mother won't let me go everywhere ANI NOTK'K!. TO AITUAItMTATK
thus Insuring the cause Play) just tory tent paper? Yehudl la getting OK 'I.OH I IliA I to: JoanKllaatirth
Henry's GirlFriend How about that diet you and Nina reminding us of our wonderful I want to any time I want Whiting who** reildeuva aI
The enthusiasm arous- Pearson ( out of hand again. '
erty. IN 12 MrlUmald -
In case you're of I IN f i J J Kfrniffly,
? childhood days. That's bail when a girl
all of this ac- Hayen.Gertie were on, Miss Calorie to. New York.
of I ,
s a result ) -' Betty Ah I'm just another SaratBtirnhait I 1 Av* llrnnklyn.'
me talking
wondering what I'm can't do anything without I Yon ;are rcqailreel to appear on
much to reviveI lads and their my age
Freddie few
has done (A Student) Glimpsed a at heart (ouch). Hopeall It is "kid-day." I What May ::".'d. 194.1: In the ahnvw nen..tt'o'irt

I ,Hplrlt. Friday night April Wimberly. I drags ( girl to you dopes) out you fine people will come andsee about better hide that usklng mama and pnpii. ? antt t'ILIKe.. wherein plaintiff,.,,,
Onle Mae you do you think of that problem "* .>kM at lear... Hmriford (? St y
hi I. much__.. talked about oc- ) -- Keystone other Sunday enjoyln in that great theatrical shall thin OrderIn
Principal me school this puhllnh
The TelpRrnph I
( to suffer ,
Mr. Bradley brought people :
in r 00will become a reality. Will the waters. und balmy breezes of "What a Life." My picture you It's one a great many I n.*t four weekly >..urn.WltnenH .
C. F. Boyer. I production week or' It will come up missing! from Including your my hand unit oVieiaIeast
I be there? Miss Wheeler (A Teacher) -- Lake Geneva. To mention a !linen will pack a wallop for a With such a good-looking man truly.Blue I at Htarke, .'I.'hl", lhl Marrliaiith.
-I. L. D.pior pt'wpre Nina and Walter,, All four of them. I 1943.II"i"ICIAI2
oewell: Powell. nnd laugh. flouting around you never can Blue SEAL! ) A. J. ThomasAn
Harold J. Dear :
Friend) Judy and Wanda t'l..rk of Haiti( t'ourt.
(Henry's Freddie told me oho "Had the of the lonesome
George Biglow Lou Lindsay, Bunion U. and Rayparkel' tell what some Just what do you mean by a T Frank' 1.cndrum, Htarke. Klorldu.Ally .
Biographies Nick Kennill.I Quite a congregation! I Craziest! Dream" tother nlgh't.seem" ,, Senior gli Is will tlo. That's all girl of your aite- -IS or 60? ..Ifyou're fur I'lf, 3-2 U 4-l

I Mrs. Aldrich (Henry's Mother)) half the afternoon as though she was learning' for now . 16 you most certainly arenot I \
ClARICE: THOMASe Shirley Colley.Mr. After awlmmln' lo be a riveter at Camp Koowe- B. i iv ('llIc-l'I'r cnniiT. IIIHIIKOMUini'tlTY.
went and danced the capable of taking off on yourown P'IoheIlLSt IN It-
date of the importantt Policeman)) they double .
Ferguson (The few Energetic velt. That dream has u time you want to. It I I I ('KltV.Oornon .
Thomas' birth vftiabcr rest of It--They're a any 1'lalntlff va.tlenrBlnn .
Clarice thinks. It. tlurdwlrk,
1926. In the same Charles Paiker. Margie Eddies and Effles left meanIng. me Question of The Week you are 60 you are capable of do- Hard w irk, ief.lant.Case .

31. born Mary (A Student) around the ole' school yet. My my Kasley. Shuford I sure Ing anything your great old age Nn. ft31JI': !
in which she was PI'nl.lr'.ATION
I OR I' tJ
Davis. wish I could make. .pinafores us "What do you do In Stury will allow you. But the fact that I I ANI NOTK'IO/ ( TO ArTKAIt
ke, she began school. And"I Other Students France Col- That amateur hou;' Tuesday was pretty as. you do. Specially that U..1l1" are a high school kid! leads. HTATH OF Kl/OIUOA toleiiric' .
after eleven'successful years, Prince' Jerome Johns, strictly on the beam-Arllne and Study Latin. you Inn llardwlrk whose renlJonre' m
hey, Herbert 'I certainly cookln" on blue one Margie' Patel me to believe that you are only I I[ Jasper, Indiana.I .
Is about to be graduated. Lora were .
June Patel. Wanda Pearce. Arllne Dew certainly would George S. Nothing. somewhere around, 16 and should You are required to appear ni: I
Is in the place of ,her birth Seniors plan to take the the front burner when they got Little bit of I May 3rd. 143 In the shove namadourt
The radio announcer.She R. W. Mosley all consult mama and wherein plalnlirri
I make u great by means and t-aune.
he has acquired the likes War Honda''I it up. Congrats, Mrs. Epperson i, tlr'urd CountyTeletrraph i a"
and buy i .. divorce.
proceeds smooth nt the assembly anything. In most cased when you]
music of almost kind to. wonderful program. Trios was pupil Khali publish' thin OrderIn
any will be given as a gift for a Study Algebra. 'I
which morning. S. -
last Monday Kusly want to go; MOmewhern. next four weekly Issues.|
ch, fried chicken and talking. remember when i are certainly becoming popular program officialal t
the School. So of the week: Wonder Carlos M. Sometimes I study Killtor.: Witness my hand and
rter graduation Clarice plans ticket to See Brad.' j around the c amp u s Lorene, Question I cut ., I at Htarke, Florida, thin Marcia '
History sometimes up.
buy your Thomas likes and
you Jullanne
a to college. to take a course &L'ord High's greatest production,, '\ Wanda. und June's song, "I Re- why class HO well ? Your guess" I II Is James B. Read and write let- Hear \<;dlto,': 1, WYIWlI4 HBAt) 'A. J. Thomas. ,
lunlnesa administration very only helping the Seniot' I member You" could hardly have How can I skip school without An flerk of Said t3uuvt.to.
not 'I
ibly In Tallahassee. Our dlg4 you're Class" but you are also helping: been better and The Walter, ThePorter aN The good fleets as mine.In-from the frozen ters.Mary Weldon -- Talk to my being caught? This ,Is. my main I II i, K.. for Perrymin I'lf. 8tarke.: a-II Florida.Ally 4t t-ii
Maid I 1 .. I
and quiet senior, whom we 1 and The Upstairs .. ..
Uncle Sam ___. ,., .... muchI north come Walter K., Harold .JIVlgfttww .
gnlze In the of Clarice I .i.i... havo h .n. delivered,. .. .
person b JaVV ---- Worry
\; 01 St. John -
1 I and Bruce McCall., eX-Wolves Stephen
I realize her ambition by pur- better by the Andrews Sisters .
Frills | Colson and Earl Miss Peterson. I
Cull St. Billy
with conhtious Freshman Garnlta. Snbokey and I
; her chosen course Congrats Roosevelt Frances, Colley Nothing but
from Camp I
and persevering effort Geneveve Monteen-.last bit t not least there Perry up OFFICE
"Frill" Spanish.
Our newest ? belles of for the week-end. study
aracterlstlo of her. who as she re were those Clark leaving V. S.It's .
(Gene) Stoddard. Took us way on Frances. Noegel
Street! -
cently stated, originated In New Basin Honestly history clam every day for a I
pUS Fashions York but comes here from Columbus down, to what ole'won't New Nina Freddie phone call. Could It be hubby? A Comedy SUPPLIES 1 1We
favorite paMt.tlmeeating plnch-hlttlng
Ga. Her Bobble Cameron
next? By
Hien the thermometer begang Is "B-B Bats" at which and Pat think up to get soda jerk over at Catholic Center With 1000 LaughsMrs.
up, B. H. S. lassies began good. (without getting way those gals are going I at National Open
she I. pretty don't watch Sunday Shirley Col- ___ .
ing their hair up. It Is putnany I somewhere If they to be right at Aldrich ( II Ir
caught) Invited House. this
they've been Do want to go to
different ways with at Ward. the wanderIng out-Hear Bobble says she is ajeik" ley)- you

live and bright-colored combs Eddie Frill Lou has returned after having to sing at the U. S.Jacksonville-Naval Train- home." at heart anyway. dance badly enough to paaa mark that In Stock Many Items Needed In Ordinary

hair ribbons. Ah, Eva Fay. Pensacola for a Ing Station i n Davis and Margaret exam with the highest
you have the knack of put. moved while. I express, In behalf Radio City here they comet! their Anda Strlngfellow escorted by four your claan? Business Routine Both Civilian And Mili
short of credit for Willie Thompson) ,
hair too. ,As cool great deal Henry (
your up the class our happiness "Louies. What's the
of I handsome
of the rest i
to Marg
-he weather la this morninguppose back. success can be given losing The highest? Needs
her your Your
are you Us
at having swell gal and a better matter boys Mrs. Aldrich-Isn't someone in tary. Let Supply
all the hair will be B. Hayes. Patel--a I
Bettys I I ? .
Three of us | technique be the highest
|uig down again. All these and yours truly have pianist. Edna Edwards attending class your class going to 1
pa days we have been having n. from our Illnesses. Se- Seniors really did things up but her mind Is elsewhere. ? Ihaven't
recovered That's why
I caused fair lassies to try on their AnnualKld's Henry-S u r e.
our however.. l ill still recuperating. swell yesterday (Reason--Louie Lee-her Account Books fox Files
letta chance.Do
r skill at making, a pinafore that poorMadge dayThey all looked The fleet was got a
It Is rumored P.. Sara cle Bill In here. like laughs? Do you Adding Machine Paper & Ribbons
some very pretty ones have has caught those terriblH cute especially Charles in. At least for the time being.,; ) you out who did Desk Blotter Padn CardboardCard
i and are being made ,too. ole mumps but B. & Gloria Buford. June Bloss, Well gotta go and cram for like to try to figure I '
dreadful. mean like "Honest Index File*
adopted colors seem to'be N. Clark and Marg havln'. So long what? Do you
fact. another test
denies the fun? AU File Folders
she of wholesome Desk Calendars
and yellow for solid colors column Ismore Patel were pictures youth- next.
this the
It seems that they I sec you In In. to come down April Band Gummed Kratt'Tape
then the prints. are very pop- devoted to the all- After the program -Ima. you I.
less with, Henry
or Head evening Pads & Ink
too. This shoe ration has Freshman Class HO Journeyed out to Gold enjoy an Rubber Stamps Stamp

ed us to be more careful withi menta of the for an afternoon of swlmmln', Aldrich. Besides entertainmentfor Ink Eraser Mimeo Ink

rationed shoes we have and I'll change the subject.rather worriedfor eating, playing and all In a gen.tmrvhodv 8th Grade Boys yourself, you.. .will___..be__showingthe '_'A"_ I Shaeffer'a Skript in .Pints and Quarts!
vaaone-al was ,.. ___._ wlndin' uperai students hat ;you vn> unvested ,
ear others that be bought forgetting Legal I'adsLooseleaf
can awhile her possibilities ncum? vv.J..y Then Wednesday March 30, a checK their activities. The Legal Blanks

.out a ticket: namely. sandals to Blandlng I havln' a right good time. for 1184 dollars was presented to In sponsoring thin. Ledger Outfits
passes are
bright and attractive, ,and Is still in the Hospital) everyone went home cleaned up Air Sternberg. This check was Seniors keenly Interest Carbon Paper Second Sheets
"big hit" because they are (Johnny although she came back for the dance avery drive i presentation! are
and Red Cross
slim but the result of a some of Typewriter Paper and Ribbons
rather want to convey
lIay-But and
ool, hurache were but day, ed
was possible enjoyable the seventh and eighth grade Oil and Cleaner \ (
stated that it I remember they're only by their enthusiasm to the public. Typewriter
K. L. K. \vut: with her. you must started off by collecting at
not probable luck i We The proceeds from this under Onion Skin Paper Mimeograph Paper '
'eni.By Seniors once. least $5 from each room. We be uaed for a very Punches j
She can get dodgtn' this most taking are to Post Binders Paper
me EC Gleanings the way I wish some of Been so outbreak busy of Mumps I I end id 1 with $184 as a grand total. patriotic cause the buying of Duplicate Receipt Hooks I
would go some- popular grade, boys won
I The eighth
b! What a beautiful spring you "lame-brains"something so I'd haven't had time to breath. In the contest with a total of $72.60. war bonds. King Binders Salewpads!'

i where or do about. all the dO Really one doesn't know to write spite of In chapel Wednesday the VOTM'H OK IITKITIO
t life I Is until he 'can enjoy have something hard to write something came SMACK Into contact with was presented after which followed HKUIVTKU IH KIITITIOI IIKKKltY NAMH I1IVUX.; Shipping Tags Merchandise!' Tags I II

beauty of nature. It's aorta' nothing. am I not almost everyone of these epidemic some very nice speeches. that;NOTICU the und'rnlicn under thpiovlfilonw Rubber Type OutfitsStal Labels ,

,A't me see what In store- about AnywayAu revoir! spreaders. One of the most The result of one speech was Florida,of Acts Chapter of 14)20111') will>3. l.aw rca I Aico-Grip Tabbing '.
crept nt
Yes! The Senior play which right? _Freckles. I TRAGIC cases of mumps she really enjoyed by us. It was a INter with the clerk of the Count Circuit. 1 Pay Envelopes Indelible Ink P
as Bradford ,
coming off the ninth' of April. upon Margie Reddish just O, F speech made by Mr. Smith our t"'Iorlda.the'"urt In and flcUtloim for name of t'. H.HTOHKH. Steel Letter-Size "File-Its" !

'I' It's gonna be a whiz: I I was on her way to the U. principal. He announced that on under which I am titan enagcd Klasp Envelopes Mimeo Styli t .
strong at
.* I'll\ have to see It If it'it I Frosh HighlightsThis Tic! Tic! But Margie-the that she iswouldn't Monday\. the seventh and eigblgrades .iltnic Center and doing and at busInpC 149 Call Street. And Many Other Items t \

good. And a lot of outte class has begun and sturdy lassie would get a half holiday. Htnrk. llradforrt County. Klnrlda.That owned ,
our I and ruthless bunlnemi In II r
week the cruel the nald r
let could
EC Seniors will be getting play called "Crime Mumps overthrow It was arranged so that we : and operated by the following int.'reat.d -
Thursday for Kid Day.don't work on follows clutches of Mr in the theatre free. partita:
The cast is as went right ahead get .. O. 1'faff. tit Fourth AvenueNew KINDS=" OF COMMERCIAL
I Wish I were a Senior. Conscious. I. her. She In behalf of the seventh and I eo York City. I ALL
dances -
I : and enjoyed picnics. Frat we wish to thank At Starke, Ttradford CountyFlorida ,
Prince. eighth grades March, PRINTING 4
Ve've been Van Forn Herbert dinners and the Military Ball.Don't of the Florida, this 3rd day of I '
outlining chapters management
the past week and having Crockard George Alvarez.Oliver say that I hardly blame ya', '' theatre the for their kindness. We 2-13 lIft3, 4t 4-2 LEO (L. PPAFIT

[.s Got another test Wednes- Haskins Ralph Thornton. Margie. Twasn't an occasion"Mr.to also want to say that we enjoyed i Bradford CountyTelegraph I ,J l

Elbert character
Think Rapp missed. This much. AT FIRST
of that Graham Johns. be 'the picture very "
\ correction from last week. Summers Jerome Forn's Mumps" also scared the livln' -Charles Mooney SIGHOFA. .DC I

'IO! n .y. wishes! to be called The play la set Van In Van Is a well-I daylights out of Betty Rae Pal-a .... )
I'okty: o. K. Snookey. country home.of fiction myitery. mer. Lucky lassie. k-, Tea per cent .f your Income r

hlnk I'll close until next week, known writer by a one-time swollen gland! breath. Made .i In War Bond win help U uSE6'6' Phone 29 Starke Fla. .,
threatened foz
i your forever going He Is Is discharged for,i Still gacpin .of the U. S. O.ilajst f1 build the pUae and tank \\1
who '
round '
weekly defeat of Ult- )
_"Susie"w chauffeur is get- man n that will Insure
But that and ran Intone NOSE DROPS
drinking a- be sure Saturday AiI leT andbis Axis partners. 666
the story. so after another
YIM'Writep n bin,. ale by ting ahead of I ) surprise i ,

Bradford County Telelr ph. and ,see it-!


IMPORTANT RATION DATES Few New Pennies Maruca Exercises Close May Srd, 1943.: In the above named at Starke, Florida. ,-
Building: Court and cause, wherein plaintiff I ? th AtI \

: Seen Here YetA 4-Room HouseMike Lawtey School Telegraph rook divorce shall Bradford publlHh. thin County OrderIn I I (OFFICIAL A.SEAL Clerk) \. I '
Sugar .... )'
next four weekly I UB.Wltiims K. K. P..rryman, 14 .
Stamp 12 good for five pounds March 16 through few of the Dew-style 1943 Maruca. grocer. In his. Thirteen graduates of the Law my hand and official Keel Atty, for Pit. atarkr It: ..:.,

May 31.Stamp model pennies are in circulationIn spare time and with the aid of a tey Junior High School received it .. .. --" ... No._ ... YO "" He q
Cuifee: Starke--..but only a few. There hired man IN building a 4-room their certificates at Graduation
25 (In sugar book) good for one pound has been no move on the part of concrete block residence Just to Exercises held In the school auditorium EVERY BRANCH OF

through March 21. Stamp 26 good March 22 the Florida Bank at Starke to the rear; of his store at the Intersection Tuesday night March 30,

through April 23, five weeks. stock up on the new pennies of North Cherry Street at 8:30 o'clock.

Gasoline: since there Is such an abundanceof and Road 4Sf While It la a The main address of the even- 3nJurance.H.

A-coupon 5 valid March 22 value 3 gallon the old ones on hand W. B. good-looking structure he can ing was made by Chaplain B. M.

through July 21. Sewell, President, said yesterday. meet the requirements of the Montgomery of Camp Blandingand

Shoes: The new pennies are the same WPB In Its erection since he certificates were presented by
size the old but purchased the, concrete blocks Dr. W. E. Middleton superintendent -
Stamp 17 (In sugar book) good for one pair until as "coppers,.
:ire bright and shiny, somewhat from the Trianon Building and of Bradford County schools.
June 13.Coupon
resembling a dime. Watch your Supply Co., after it burned a I Salutatorian of the class was

fuel Oil: 6. .step, lest you be selling certain year or so ago. It will have no I Marguerite Wainwright and val- C. WALL
\ 4 Through April merchandise at five cents eachor bath room fixtures for the pres- edictorian was Moss Griffin: i

r Coupon 5 Valid March 7 to September 30. three for a penny! Bearing the ent. It will be for rent. The program was opened with

;, fruits andVegetable Jamlllar Lincoln design the new Mr., Marucb! also has on hand Invocation by the Rev. Forbes Agent

I, *: pennies are mado of zinc-coated $167 worth of concrete blocks E. Fuller.

Canned, frozen: dried products being sold ont jteal! in order t o save large which he purchased a couple of Constant Service Over 50 Years

"point" coupons of ration book No. 2. Blue A, Band amounts of copper for war pur- weeks ago from J. M. Edwards At The Tabernacle

C coupons valid during March. Number of pose The thin coating of zinc when he closed the Bradford At the Friday evening service
for remains 48. I will prevent rust. Slightly lighter Engineering Co.. in order to I
points per person April I ac- : a young lady from Lawtey received Please Phone 146
Point value of dried and dehydrated prunes and than the copper cent they! have a cept' war construction work out the rite of baptism at the

raisins, and of all edible dry beans pea and lentils silvery appearance while new but side of the United States. As hands of her pastor, the Rev

have been reduced. Check with grocery store.Dates will darken quickly with handling.Mr. soon aa he can find out how much Forbes Fuller of the Lawtey

and figs, not hermetically sealed are removed Sewell said that If there house be can build without violating Baptist Church. Mr. Fuller also

from list of foods being rationed. was need for them he could secure any ruling of the WPB he brought a gpiendld, message.
them in a few days from plans to begin the construction of
Meats. Fat, Oil the 'another such building Rehearsal are under way for
Federal Reserve Hank In
the 10th
anniversary 8el'vlce4
,Cheese, FIsh: Jacksonville. --NOTICE-
I Rationing of all types__ of .pork. beef lamb and mut- I which will be held Friday April
ton and butter, lard, other edible fats and oils, Irate Wives 9th, at 8 P. M. The work baa

cheese and canned fish begins March 29 under New ScoutmasterAt Go After Rivals been singularly blessed and this

"point system" on red coupons In No. 2 Ration State FarmA service will be one of praise and I OUR STORE WILL CLOSE AT.
thanksgiving.The .
Last Friday night three wivesof

Book.Red stamps not valid until April also W, X profitable meeting of the the StHike.community thinkingthat sponsors of the Tabernacle 7 P. M. DURING WEEK
work Mr. and Mrs. J.
In ration State Farm Boy Scout Troop was two other women of the city' T. Quigley -
Y, and Z stamps are now showing up held in the community building were coming between them and together with General W. K.

banks and In the hands of wholesalers. This there Monday night and It was their husbands, decided to do, Harrison and Lieut. Russel Kent AND 9 P. M. ON SATURDAYS

means some consumers and some stores are giving announced Unit Tom Conners something about It. ,Consequently, attended, and..took part In the 4

and taking the wrong stamps. During the first superintendent of the tobacco factory belt In hand they swooped down services at the Springfield Baptist -

five weekly periods, red stamps from War Ration at the Farm would take upon them one at a time, gave Church, and the afternoon .....-.--.- ..... ..
Book 2, to b! used In the purchase of meats, fats charge of the troop as Scoutmaster. them a good strapping and then Bible class of Dr. Herbert Lock-

oils, cheeses, canned fish, will become valid and took them to the police station yer at the Y. W. C. A., In Jacksonville

will expire as follows: Members of the Troop Com- where they were locked up by Sunday. We Will Your
New faces Shopping .
the are constantly In
: mittee police.
Week beginning: Red Stamps Stamps expire present were: L. A. Shepherd evidence

March 29 A 16 points April 30 L. R. Bristol, W. N., North Later on' their boy friends and at the Tabernacle letters received services Early And Cooperating With
16 points April 30 and R. H. Cox. came to the police station to try many
B from
April 4 30 Plans were made for an early to get them out. Falling In their distant camps attest the fact
April 11 C 16 points that tie service men appreciate Us On These New Store Hours
30 showing of a technicolor motion attempt, they went off and raised
18 D 16 points April 'the testimony' held out by the
April To be announced.Blue picture, describing the various cain and got themselves arrested.
April 23 E 16 points phases of the Scouting program.It Net result: $15 fine for each of Tabernacle group.Sidewalks .
book a
E. and F In the point ration ...
stamps lettered D. ( la desired that as many boys the women and $15 for one of the ----
total of 48 points ..- may be used for the purchase of Cloned pro- and their parents as possible see men and $25 for the other he Repaired
March 25 through April 30. BtMBp ? or C this movie when It Is shown.
cessed foods from having beasskuucks: on his person Yesterday the City began repairing -
continue to be good through March 31. Any-A. B, ., i* .
now In use will the worst of the sidewalks -
or C blue !stamps not used by consumer by that date become Invalid WPA ScheduledTo of Starke. Charley Darby, A. M. DARBY'SPhone

FLA. STATE FARM chairman of the Street Committeefor
End 1
ency that might exist in reachingthe May lly E. K. BoulerCANDLFX1GIIT the City Council, wants to

Theatres To Aid goal. The works projects u.liumlstra- emphasize the fact that only the 77 Starke, Fla.

FundRed Picture Week should SERVICE worst defects In the sidewalksare
Red Cross Motion tlon, once a big operator on a
the A very beautiful candlelight service being repaired much
add millions of new givers to nationwide scale was reducedto as as
Week nationwideeffort was conducted Sunday night, the city would like to do
Cross a campaign, aa It will provide an : operations in 14 states April a wholesale -
would March 28, by Rev. Leslie Shepherd Job of It. Ben C. Holtzen-
of motion for those who
on the part opportunity 1 L, and will go out of business In

picture exhibitors to aid the War' not otherwise have a chance to all 48 by May 1. at Community Building.A dorf, city policeman Is oversee- fe IHIIlM 4NIW IIYIIIILWIl01II1111 IIWNIIIWIIrLWIntw"" 'IWIKMYNNf114411tlAItaRIItWIWAIAa1.6N/1114.1NIH4X' '''''''' / "" "INndAUTA..i' .IKiWl'
to the appeal of the large crowd attended and en- ing the work. Ii
Fund Drive during the week, American respond Red Cross. George H. Field, deputy administrator -, Joyed this 'service!, I, We Still Have
April 1 ,to 1, wUl be observed said all but final accounting -; Erma Jean { !;
locally at the Florida Park and work had halted this' RED CROSS SEWING
RIta Theatres. Recent Births month in six states Illinois, 'I It has been decided by the Erma Jean Whitehead. 6-weekn-, I A Limited Stock of

The national War Fund quota Mr. and Mrs. James Richard Michigan, Missouri, Ohio Texas ladles of the Community Club to old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. !

l III 12SOOO,000 and this effort on I Endicott, Starke, March 25, girl; and West Virginia. have Red Cross Sewing every Horace Whitehead 0 f Maxwell. i STUFFED EASTER RABBITS

the part of theatre owners will Mr. >pid Mrs. Henry Franklin Next month he said, a similar Tuesday afternoon, except every died of pneumonia Monday after I.
attempt to' make' up 4 any defici: Parmenter,Starke, March 26 boy. halt will be called In the last 14 second Tuesday in tie month an Illness of a week. Funeral Better Buy Now -
when the regular business and services were conducted Tuesday,
----- states Alabama. Florida, Georgia
Louisiana Massachusetts social meeting will be held. and Interment wall in the Long
Kentucky, -
I CLASSIFIED ADSJUICY Twelve ladles were present Tuesday Branch Cemetery.
; Mississippi, New Jersey, New Gl
York. North Carolina Pennsylvania and they began cutting and zatelhArden

South Carolina and Tennessee. making gowns., CARD OF THANKS I
FRYERS Tender bat I FOR RENT We' want to thank the many I
11 k fed. J. A. Bouvier returned Satur- white friends who have i Toilet
tery raised, butte r m lA mile from Starke cornlort- contributed PreparationsARE
I Operations are continuing and ,
day from a two weeks' visit in
Also setting so willingly to John
weighing 2 Ion. now. able two-bedroom horn. Large Clark who
: even Increasing In scale howeverIn Miami with his sons, John Bou- is In IN
now the SOLD
eggs red and leghorns.B. .- living room. Furnished. Rent hospital. We pray STARKE AT OUR STORE.
E. Wasdln. 3 ml. north of 9100 month. Puerto Rico and the Virgin vier, Jr., and Marshall Bouvler.Mm. God's blessings on each of you.- a WE HAVE A LARGE ASSORTMENT AND

Waldo on Road 13 3-5 Stp Four-room unfurnished per house Islands, where war baa caused Bouvier, who accompanied Elizabeth Wright, reporting for ;, ANY SPECIAL ITEM IN THE LINE WILL
great unemployment In contrastto him down, la; remaining for several -:I the Clark family.
without plumbing or lights. $23 '' [ BE ORDERED FOR YOU IF YOU FAIL
the labor
WANTED TO BUY-House trail shortages now being weeks more to attend the 'I"
era. J.. A. Brooke Box 428, pep month. experienced In the continental wedding of her granddaughter I' Co1'NTY rIRCTIT: corny. BR..nFORIJ r 1 TO FIND IT IN STOCK.
Starke. tf W. T. CLUTE Realtor United States. Miss Jean Bouvler rFIIY. FLORIDA I IM)/ CHAN. N!
119 East Fall Earl !
Street Full scale operations are to Mine Margaret Reddish was the Ilerniee C. terrlngton' Plaintiff VM. M1:
NICE CLEAN STOVE WOOD continue in these territories until Case No. Herringtun 11,II t. n dRnt.
week-end guest of Miss Pauline f
convenient len g t h B for sale. WANTEDLbtJnp June 30, the final date for WPAto Brannen. ANDENOTICF PUIII..IC'ATION I Water Goggles
Sawdust and shavings free tf on apartment, houses orhomes the' HTATK ,.] TO ,,' IcAR ,I
complete liquidation ordered OK KI
come get them.-A Hart- for rent, scaled within 20 Mrs. Vance Geiger and son }! I ORIDA tn: BBrnlre, y
you for It by the President last Ir..t.c.lt'h: :'' residence |.. !
man. Starke. It mile\ of Starke Bradley of Jacksonville were the Fort Louisiana, Ear Protectors

119 East!] GUI Street I December. Sunday guest of Mrs. Gelger's Map You 3rd.are, i.K?lllre.l'{:: .<* a<>ov>:"named i I ,,
IK YOU WOULD BUY OR SELL W. T. CLUTE Realtor parents Mr. and Mrs. J. N. Brad Court and cause wherein plaintiff :,
milk cows, stock ,cows beef Occupies New Home seek Tetoarmphhall dlvorcs. fa publl.h r a dford County ,I Bathing Trunks
this I
ley.Mr. Order
cattle stock bulls or hog, get FOUND-Sow. person 'Identifying and Mrs. J. a. Caldwelland '" next four weekly is.uee.atwsi I!
in touch with J. D. Odom. Jr., her and paying for ad and Wm. F. Cone local barber, re- daughter* Frances Fri ""..my hand ,and ti a l r
spent Flurlda. March
ently sold to Harvey M. Mixon, t
Box: 247 Starke: Box 204 Lake upkeep may have same.-J. D. day with Mr. Caldwell'a Seth. 1943 Shower Caps
City; Telephone 481 Lake CUy. Overstreet Rt. 1. Box ,:19, Law manager of the A. A A. cafe, a Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Caldwell of (OFhCIAi.A..A1 Clerk+AL)) A..1. Thomas.

Auction market every Thursday tey Fla. It lomealte 78 1-2 x SCO feet at Oklawaha.Mr. T. Frank landrum Stark." Florid.Court.. I

on an classes of live stock Vestmoreland and Lafayette and Mrs. Woodrow Hol- Atty. roe l'lt. f.t. tt 4.3j. Items That You Will Need Now
at Lake City at 2:30 P. M. WANTED Colored woman for Streets. Though the transaction): IN. rIRC'I'IT rOI'RT.:
IIng worth and BRADFORD
general housework.-Mrs. Alma was made last November, the deed ('O""TY. FLOIUD'IC.n' ,\. IV (:....!\!. See Our
Jr. Warren William of ( Large Assortment
row, and
U. S. APPROVED baby chicks Slstrunk. 218 Orange St., was recorded only March 23. Lloyd i
Hampshire Reds, day old, or Starke. lip Mr. Cone stated that the property Palatka spent Sunday with Mr. iTil.Whipkey,"Defe'iSdSnt'/'' I Case V" NoT ..
strain and Mrs. Arch Dobbs. II
started English
pullets. P. GILT YOUR Victory Garden was about half way between Mr. and Mrs. Reese Bradley ORDER Of PUBLICATION .
White from R. O.
Leghorns Road Nrrtcl TO Koch
he Lake City Highway ( APPEAtt
cockrels). .From. hens, 200 eggs Plant*-Tomato, cabbage, col. and the Railroad In and baby son, Clinton spent Sat- \ HTATE.. OF FLORIDA to: 1.IIIIAnVhlpk. Drug Store
.and up. Place orders now. lard, broccoli, ruta.baga.-J. W. southwest 28) Starke.Peggy It Is the 'urday and Sunday with Mrs. vii)... W"Mt". 403 Vlrglnla Ninth Str..t; Mound._
Jordan Jordan's) Hotel Court, Bradley's parents, Mr and Mrs. You are required
Reasonable prices) on 8-weeks- homes of Fred Carlton and Clarence to appear on IIIII tlllAMraFIIpM1111AItlN'allPllyalalMMYllt.M4MV" '. "' '/ .. ,..._ .. .. _.... ..._
old pullets-.-E. E. Wasdln. 8ml. Road 48. ItpWANTKD Mellon. The consideration Joe. Hundlev., 'ry.yry ""'.. .".'.." I...."."..."."-",w,,,,,, ."" Ile4NWlMe. -eY1i

north of Waldo on Road 13. S2 front foot Mr. Cone Mr. and Mrs. Ralford Brannen
-Man for light farm wan per and daughter Pauline and Miss
HELP WANTED work. Also maid for hotel tated. Reddish
Margaret spent SundayIn Mr.
ed maid for femaie-color.1 work. Must live on premises. Mr. Mlxon has already built a Lake Butler visiting. Mr. and Property Owner! Protect Your Property With A

Short hours. $ per Jordan's Hotel Court. Road 48 nice frame re8Idence'and Is lIv. Mrs. Drew Beasley.

meal and uniforms. Bradford lip log there, and Mr. Cone said he Grayson Smith and little daughter -

Grocery 1-4 mile I north of! had already planted a fine Victory Martha Claire, of Tallahassee
1"111; !: KOOM-Twin beds, next to
Starke on Road 13. ltp bath In private home. For two garden. came down Thursday afternoonto TAX

gentlemen.--118 W.; Call St., spend several days with Dr. CEILINGAsk
FOR SALE-nice, large
Painter Keeps BusyM. and Mrs. R. P. Stubbins. He
Phone 143. Itp
Bargain. Bradford Grocery, was joined Saturday by Mrs.

1.... mile north of Starke on FOR SALK Plenty of Model-A A. Kite, paint 'contractor, Smith and Sons, Grayson, Jr., and for a Constitutional

Road 13. lip used parts. May have just has been kept b u a y recently Joe and his nephew Jackie Bu Amendment to protect the property oWner. This

WANTED TO BUY-Inexpensive what you need-T. J. McIntyre beautifying not only Starke. but ford, Jr. They all returned home amendment would
631 West Madison Street the Crystal Lake air field as Sunday afternoon.Mrs. authorize an over-all ,
car' with good tires, good con limit which could be assessedreal ,
well. He has just finished the
dition. B. K. Drathrlng, Box Starke. Itp A. L. Thompson of Mac.
I Seaboard depot In Starke both against! estate
582, Starke, Fla. lip clenny spent Tuesday visiting you own This would
*X>K SALE Good farm farm outside and Inside. The outside Mrs. J. R. Kite and Mrs H. M. protect your property.

FOR SALIC-34-acre farm under i equipment, two buildings nearlynew was painted buff with a brown Rlcharde.

fence, land ready for planting; I wire fence, flowing spring, trim while the walls of the waitIng Mrs. W. Stanton Nail who Is "

1 dwelling house with lights bogs, mule and one half interest rooms (white and! colored) visiting Rev. and Mrs. Leslie .! -----"i., '. ,,' ', '

and water; 1 tenant house, ; one In crop. Situated on were painted green and the ceilIng Shepherd, spent the week-end with Rio: IT
Clipand tie .. .'... .. .t ... .....
.. '
good roads. Terms or cash. white. of tae -
barn on property. Located her Pvt. Nail in Macon. .. State ,
2-story husband "r .... to of Fto.ld. .. here-I
nte.d ,.. ._ o. TRnaba. ...
limits on Apply P. O. Box 484 or telephone chlldru .... erotecIen. .. 1 "t.te .w.... ..... ...,
edge city He began March 19: the paintingof While she was gone her erlnclale. (iii. ......141...'
133. Starke, Florida. i .f a'_". and hods ...... tbat M ".w ." ....... to ..
1-2 .141..1
Brownlee Road ; $3,500 40 officers' prefabricated huts Bill and Pat stayed with Rev. all 11.11.11.. et rlttagw tbs ,...tI,..... wltk re.peet to over-
>cash: balance terms. See owner at the air base, and expects to and Mrs. Shepherd.Friends I hereby reeee.t ,
LOST-From farm went edge of .. the LeRI.
Lester Prevail. Route 2, Box complete the Job by April 10. here are glad to hear M to ... 1e.pie 4t.re to .....It c..t..1
Starke one large black brood n.bedrl.g ..... ........_
26 Starke, Fla 4-2 sip Four officers will be housed in that Captain Martin E. Griner Mail Name
with month old ..
sow eight pigs ._.... ___
LOST Ration book No. 1. Any- aU unmarked. Finder reportto each of the 40 huts. of the United States Army Is In _______________.;.________..-.--
the States, having arrived In San Address .. _.
finding same please returnto D. t:. Knight and receive re- t ? -------________
one _
ward. Francisco last week. Captain This ________________
Jessie Bailey Rt. 2, Box ltp Voter ______...
Revival ServicesThe Grlner has been stationed at ._. .._
38, Rocky PoInt N. C. 3-19 2tp .\ '- ------ __
CT. ---
WANTED-LIstings on all farms Pearl Harbor for more than a .r N.) --------- --

FOR SALE Hatching eggs for sale In this section. I have public Is cordially Invited year. Coupon .....'....,'...........,..u... ..... "" ', ;;j;;;:, .,
White Legh o r n s. Sire direct clients who are Interested In 10 attend the meeting/ now In Buddy Davie of the University ruwrew" ..uu'crw. ".......,' _""""' ,.._J
from Hanson Farm.' 352-egg buying Bradford County farms.F. progress at the Church of Christ of Florida. Gainesville spent the To

traln. $3 per .setting.-Maurice C.' Holllngaworth\ Starke In Starke.! Services are held each I week-end with his parents., Mr. W. T. CLUTE REALTOR Fla.I

Edwards Starke. tf Fla. 3-26-41. night at 8 o'clock. and Mrs. W. N. North. Starke,


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