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: May 7, 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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Trading and Home of the

[ Becreation Center BRADmRD COUNTY TELEGRAPH Sweetest Strawberries

for Camp Blanding This Side of )Heaven ;;,j, ,1'

Official County Publication Established In 1877STAKKJC. t '
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pulation Up Instructor Council Approves ,Loan Goal Is Reached,, ; j :

0.8 Percent Curfew Law County Invests. '$169,000 In April' : ,

Three Years For MinorsAfter .

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4y : Last-Minute Drive By Rotary Club ,
Trial BHS TeachersNamed
radford County's civilian ptip- several months of discussion Daugherty Puts Bradford Over The Top; .

Ttlon has Increased 40.8 percentthe by ministers and other! ). j
past three years, accordingan religious and social leaders In Heavy Quota For May :

estimate made this week Staike, and several weeks'! deliberation Set For ,June 7In By Board

a State Chamber of ComHice 1 on the part of the City
based on ration regl8tran y dp Council and the City Attorney, Once again Bradford County goes over the top t

a curfew law has been drafted by Circuit Court this week At the meeting of the County This time it is the biggest top of all-the investment ;

JBiadford's population In 1940 the Attorney, which was unanImously Judge John A. H, Murphree set Board of Public Instruction Monday of $169,000 in War Bonds during the month of April.} This

L 8717 and in 1942 had Inased t approved by the Council Monday, June 7, at 10 A. M. as the resignation of M. W. Morrow amount is the actual cash expended and represents the .:.

to an estimated total of Tuesday nigh the trial date for Ernest Daugh- as principal of the Hampton purchase of Bonds having a face value of around $225-

The State Chamber's flg- The ages in question are 16 erty charged with'the first-degree Elementary School was presented 000.00. *
123. and and murder of Dan Moore on Nov. 21, and accepted, and also the resignation
&i show that 10,669 people aped years under, the hours Much of the credit for reaching this huge total-
here In the Ration Two under the ban are from 10 P. M. 1942. of H. P. Morgan as principal more than five times the average quota here in recent :

Kiatratlon, and the county's estlE'ed p until :S A M. each day for, both Kenneth Kite was given two 2- School.of the Hellbronn Elementary! months-goes to the Starke l Rotary Club which organization .
Mr. has entered
now stands at % sexes. The ordinance goes into year sentences for larceny of two Morgan J
24 and ;
population the Army. sponsored' a bond rally on Saturday, April during ,|
B'7fS, an Increase of, 40.8 for effect immediately, and the pen- hogs--eentence. to run concur- the l last two days of the drive conducted a thorough :re',]
L' period. alty for its violation Is "a fine rently. One count was for steal- "Subject to proper certificationand
three-year of the business dis-
Pictured above IN Mm. Dorothy not to exceed $100 or imprison Ing one hog from Police ChiefA. necessary dally attendance" -canvass \
T According: t 0 this estimate, Fraser who Is instructing a Red ment not to exceed 30 days or I.. Alvarez, and the other one the following teachers are recommended trict E. L. Matthews, chair !

adful'd showed the fourth Cross Motor Corps el.*.** each both in the discretion of the Mayor from W. M. Edwards. He had to the Bradford County Beans Bringing man of the Rotary committee .

eatest percent of Florida Increase coun-inBpulatlon Monday and Thursday night from ." previously pled guilty to the Board of Public Instruction for stated that $65,000 worth of j 1

among 7:30 to 9:30 o'clock at the Torode With a preamble regarding the charges. the term of 194344. (We wish to bonds were sold through )

s during the led threeyearperiod.Ky with an Increase. Chevrolet Co. 1\1'N. Fraser has dangers and hazards which lie In Nathan Graham was sentenced state that we regret to lose two Good PricesProduce these two activities of the .

F County Highlands County had 26 yearn of experience In this the path of young boys and girls to serve one year at the State of our teachers, Marvin W. Rooks Rotary Club. ,
77.6 (
percent branch of Red Cross service and these of Prison Farm of and Coach Woodrow Riser, to the Starke
L second with 53.7 percent, and during days war emerg- on a charge grand The Florida Bank at
'nerved with the Motor Corp In '"San Army and would like to com- buyers will be here '
nroe was> third with 48.5 pernt. ency, and the need for protectionto larceny-stealing automobile led other issuing agents with !
the First World War their health, morals and gen- wheel, tire and tube. He also pled mend them for the fine work today to purchase beans for can- sales total i( n g 9467050. ; .
eral welfare the ordinance Verdict, of "not they have done here) : L. M. White act-
I proceeds guilty. guilty"were ning purposes, This amount included the \, '
Many counties that have no to lay down specific rules rendered by the jury In the "Mrs. Pearl Lewis, Mrs. Edna Ing 'manager of the State Far \
City of Starke's purchase of ,
'litany Installations showed Stores To Close and regulations with reference to manslaughter trial of Calvin Hen- Prevail. Mrs. Susie Moore Mrs. mers'! Market at Starke, has an $20,000 worth. The Starke post- a "

sea due, perhaps, to the migra- children under 16 being on the ley, and In the trial of Jimmy Ethel Blggti, Mis. Lois Mayes, nounced. Beans have been selling second with cash j.
office ranked
Km of workers to Industrial cen- streets between the hours of 10 Hicks on a' charge of "receiving Mrs. Kate Sheppard, Mrs. Dorcas this week! at the market for from t ,' 'v I
sales of 6212525.: The Hampton .i/
n and the loss of men to the P. M. and 3 stolen tire Carver, Mrs. James S. Ball Mrs. the qualityIs :
For Half HolidaysA A. M. In brief the property"- wheel! $1.50 to $1.75, though postofflce repotted' $2,594.00, '
i my Neighboring: Union Countyowed ordinance follows: and tube stolen by-Nathan Gra Grace Wainwright A. W. Bates none too good because of so Totals .
and Lawtey $1,593.73. ) ;
an estimated loss of 26.8 Between the above hours every Miss Madge Mlddleton. Mrs. Julia much dry weather Mr. White
from the Florida Theatre and the '
rent, declining from 7,094 in majority of Starke merchantswill day of the year no child under trial of Arthur LIpsey on Brownlee, Mrs. Ernestine McRae is expecting a good many beans, Bradford County Telegraph had .
lO to 5,192 in 1943.. the age of 16, unless accompaniedby Mru. Edna Hart, Mrs. Ethel O. he said within the next two
close half a day on Wednesdays a manslaughter 'charge was continued not been compiled at press time
I The State Chamber's figures his or her parent or guardian, until Thursday, May 6, Sewell. 'T.IUs Faye Peterson Mrs. weeks. And If they are of high yesterday, but were known to be I, .:. '

,llcate that Florida's civilian during the summer months. shall be in or upon any street, while Gertrude Dell will be tiled i Eva Anderson, Mrs. Dorothy Ep- quality, they should sell for $2 sufficient to put Bradford County
Some started the this
bpulation has passed the two practice alley, park, or other public placeor for arson on June 9. Sessions pei-Bon. Miss Evelyn Stump, Mills per crate. well over the top. I "
lllon mark for the first time. week while others will not begin shall attend any public enter- were held Monday and Thursdayof Daphne Norman, Mrs Leola Roberta There have also been some
week. The goal set by the Treasury .
he estimate places the mate's until next : tainment or amusement.It last week and Monday of this Mrs Evelyn Ritch, Mrs. squash on the market this week, / I
for the Second War
-al at 2.084,50Q-an increase of Three places of business-the shall be unlawful for the par week, and other sessions were an- Sara Armstrong Mrs. Lucille Mr. White said, which brought/ Department :
dollars and
Loan 13 billion indications -
j>4 percent since April 1940. Eastern Auto Store, SllItl'unk'eFeed ent or guardian of any child nounced for Thursday o f this Brown, Mr. Eunice Searing Mrs. from 50 cents to $1.50 per crate. was that It will be :
are now
Greatest loss was felt in the & Seed Store and the Bradford under the age of 16 to allow or week and June '7 and 9. Verna Demorest. Mrs Ruble Mae Irish potatoes are coming In good, oversubscribed by more than :. t

neral farming areas, Levy Hardware Co., have an- negligently suffer such child to Perkins, Mrs. Dell Dowllng Melvin and are selling at the ceiling three billion dollars.

unty losing 28.8 percent Madln nounced that they will close on violate any provisions of the pre Deeds Filed Futch. Approved by Foster! price. \
95, Taylor 16.7 and Baker Thursday afternoons: the day that ceding section.All Shl Smith, Principal and signedby So far us strawberries go ho There"must be not let-up, how- .

0, has been observed in Starke during children under the age of Emma Murrliee, a widow, to K. O. Duncan, S. A. Weldon aid, the season In. nearly over. ever, as Bradford has.already been ; .

in making Its release, the State previous summers. 16 regularly employed in gainful Cora Strickland during her life and One A. Wiggins: members of Only about 200 dates. came to assigned. a 'blC value.: qUQt&./!, for Henceforth May- J.

amber warned that the figuresould Alexander &: Co.,' la not takinga occupations shall be exempt from time and at-tier death to Raleigh the Local Board of Trustee. the market this week, and they $49,200 cash Silt' ,
not be accepted, an ac- half holiday at present; bu .will the provisions of this ordinance ,Strickland, property in section 21, The Superintendent was instructed brought only from $2.50 to $3.50 cash bond sales ".(' be In reported face value I ..

rate 'census'because close alL day. Wednesday during upon presenting credentials satisfactory township 6 south, range 22 east, to have a survey made per crate.Boards. : i
of'poesibleplicatfons In the
in registration failure the months of June, July and to the Chief of Police, April 26; of the' property on which R. J. as i fE ,>1r I

f special groups to register, etc. August. certifying to the employment of J. F. Colley and wife, Lydia E. School Is located. Attorney Divide ; .'
said minor child, provided such Colley, to D. J. Beaver and wife, H. V. Knight was Instructed and Maines

I USO-YMCA Plans employment Is In conformity with Susie F. Beaver "one lot of land authorized to check up on deedsof Race Track FundThe Would
egion Officerso the laws of the State of Florida lu town of Starke-commencing MaId property.The j'
Mother's Day EventOn elating to the employment of of tractof Board of County Commissioners Coin a I
Be Installed at the northeast corner a opening date of all schoolsIn
[ children.A land formerly, on the 6th day the County was set as Monday, voted Monday to divide {
uesday, May 11 Sunday, May 9, the USD, penalty will be Imposed for of June 'A. D. 1884, conveyed byJ. August 2. the race track fund 50-50 with State
corner of Temple and Washing the violation of the ordinance L. Gasklns and wife, to G. B. the School Board each Board getting of Lake I )
The new officers of American ton will entertain In honor of all fine not to exceed $100 or Im- A request from the Thurston $2,000. A raise In the salaries Bradford ,'' ,
Sapp and Lemuel Sapp, containing
glon Post No. 56 at Starke will mothers with sons> in the armed prisonment not to exceed 30 days, School that their school buildingbe of the road and bridge this week t r: 1 I
lean and
2 acres more or running -
e installed the "hut" forces of In addition repaired was approved by the and the mat ate a bill to :;
at Legion our country. or both. In the discretion of the from thence west 105 feet, crew was requested, 'i '
n West Call Street next to these service mothers the Board. ter laid until the next ball :* '
Tuesday i Mayor, and this ordinance is to 'thence south 52 1-2 feet, thence was over ,
'fight, May 11, at 8 o'clock. All soldiers of Camp Bland ing and of take effect immediately upon its east 103 feet, thence on Broad- meeting. operated /

fflcers and members' are'''urged toe Crystal Lake Air Field will' also final passage' by the City Council way street 92 1-2 feet to the 170-Year-Old Paper 'A re-plat of Indian Beach subdivision Senator

present. be Honor guests. -which was Tuesday May. place of beginning April 26; Now On DisplayA was accepted and ap- such taxis i

Those to be installed are: Post At five o'clock a musical pro- John S. Murrhee a widower proved and ordered filed and recorded 500,000 to $

ommander, W. B. Sewell; First gram will be given, presenting Florida To Show to W. J. Murrhee/one acre In sec- copy of the "Maryland Jour- in current ,plat book. It old age .
ice-Commander. A. J. Thomas outstanding musicians. After the nal and Baltimore Advertleer" of was decided that.an old road entering bll'hd'and' .t
tion 34, township 6 south range ,"
econd Vice-Commander W.| S. program, refreshments of punch, Strike Pictures 22 east; "the grantor herein John August 20, 1773: -170 years old- Lake Santa Fe be opened dren. WI

ibley; Finance Officer A. X sandwiches and homemade cookies 'strike S. Murrhee, reserves for himself Is being displayed in the windowof to the public though no gradingor '

omas; Chaplain, W. H. NoU- ,will ,be served by members of A news reel of the Florida coal the- the use and unmolested occupancyof the BradfordtCounty Telegraphand paving could be done all. this

an; Historian. Floyd Green; the Woman's Service Organization will be shown at the the dwelling now standing on may be Inspected by those Interested time.

ergeant-At-Armsk: John B. Grew; Mrs. Frank Wilson, presi ater this week-end.Government At the special, It Is the above described land as a In relics of this sort. ''It was voted that the bond 'of New '

orvlce Officer H, A. Carlton; dent., request of the will comein home and only a* a home during The yellowed paper still In a J. S. Norman as Chairman of the At the
UJutant H. A.'Carlton interested civilians invited being pre-released, and Schol Board, be approved In the 9
All are and be shown natural life time, that is to say fairly good state of preservation W. L.
Chaplain B. M. Montgomery to attend. perhaps today and Monday. he Is to have and does reserve Is the property of L. O. Cowdrey, amount of $1,000 with the Fidelity I

ormer pastor of the First Meth- through Sunday shots from captured such portion of said dwelling as local sign painter who says it and Casualty Company of local

dist Church at Starke and mem- Unusual Case Special newsreel film will also Is necessary for his habitation was handed down In his family, New York as surety. hours nounced the

>er of the Post, will have charge Japanese Florida, showing only. Should this dwelling be from father to son, until It came
f the installation ceremonies. Troy Cook, who has been an be shown at the version of the attack destroyed by fire or any other Into his possession several years Train Wreck day May 3: (

employe of the Starke Coca Cola the Japanese Harbor Bataan hazard, he reserves the same place ago. Monday I

olley Sells LotA Bottling Co., occupying an apart- and the on downfall Pearl of Corregldor. for the same length of time In Among the advertisements In Halts Mail flee will .

ment at the De Witt C. Jones any dwelling that may be on the this Issue Is one offering a reward from 10 to ,
About 4:30: A. M. Friday, April
deal Funeral Home since March 1941, above land oV that be to 4 p,
was recently closed said may of five pounds for the return -
30 the collision of two freight
1'hereby Mr. inducted Into the Army last Five EnlistmentsL. thereon? 26 hours will : .
and Mrs. J. F Coley was erected April ; of a runaway Irish servant trains.. In the Baldwin yards block i
sold to Mr. and Mrs. D. J. week. His was a peculiar case, Ohmer Cowdrey, local sign F. F. Flume and Hudla E. man. ed both main Seaboard lines so through to property.'i: : '
eaver a lot 52 1-2x105: feet which separate and distinct from all Hur-
painter, has had five different Flume his wife (also signed that passenger and mall service
;les about a block north of the others recently inducted. enlistments In the armed forcesof dla E. Flume) to Lester Kite andJ. Building PermitsCity to Starke from the North were Infant

olley home on North Broadway. Before he was of age he en- the United States. He first L. Wynn, 10 acres in section 9, halted for the entire day. Starke's. Erma '
a and Mrs.. Beaver had been liv- listed as a peace-time soldier in entered Nov. 1. 1901 and spent township 7 south range 22 east Clerk Carl Johns has Issued mall was routed around by Green ter of Pfc.

** on the lot in their trailer for the regular army and ,when the three years in the Philippineswith April 27; the following building permute Cove Springs and Ocala and sent of 623

Ullt ore than a year and recently Government learned that he was the 14th Cavalry Again enlisting Edward Burns and wife, Bessie srnce May 1: back on the northbound train so the Station

a small residence there. The a minor he was discharged. When June 2, 1905, he spent M. Burns, to Louise A. Donnellyand May 1 to Gullda T. Baggett. that mall due In Starke from the Blandlng

ransactlon Involved |200. he was called for induction in three more years with the Cav wife, Leila Donnelly 14 acresIn $200 for addition of room and north at 9:50: A. M., arrived from eral .

Mr. Beaver has been In Starke January although he was Inducted alry in the Philippine Islands, as section 34, township 6 south, porch to present residence on the south at 6:30: p. M, T, J. the De

"onthaaago working until three along with the others and private secretary to the late range 22 east, April 30; North Church Street near Its Intersection Griffin, Seaboard Agent stated Home at :

with E. A. Winkler given a 7-day furlough, his was Major General Gasker H. Bliss. Nat Williams and Louise Williams with Washington;; ednesday. Interment

n e the radio business. .Recently extended from time to time until December 3, 1915 he again en- to Maria Jones and Willie May 3 to D. E. Knight, $200 No one was hurt in the wreck, cemetery

Pal accepted a position with the his papers could be straightened listed in the Cavalry and spent Wilson, section 22, township 6 for new concrete store building Mr. Griffin said. Two freight from Camp r

Music Co.. of Palatka, servicing out. When his papers ftnally-arrived 11 months in Mexico, being "the south range 22 east, April 28; 16x24 feet on the northwest cor- trains making about 15 miles per

Juke organs. H e married from Washington, he was first American soldier" to cross T, L. Sapp and Mildred Sapp, ner of block 9 In Temples Ad- hour In some way collided knocked At The j

Vf Mrs.* Susie Ferguson, sister to called Immediately and given a 3- the border Into Mexico he said. his wife, to Tom Hodges, 20 dition; two or three cars off the track

ago, E. A> Winkler over a year day furlough, donning his uni His fourth enlistment was Jan. ; acres in section 11, township 6 May 4 to Mrs. Neta, Maruca, and blocked the main lines. A special .

form last Saturday. Wednesday 24, 1918, when he entered the recruiting -: south, range 22 east April 28; $200 for the erection of a con- will be \

night he boarded a troop train service in Minneapolis County of Bradford deed No. crete block residence 24x24 feet Bank CommendedFor Sunday

At The Library for "parts unknown". Minn, receiving his honorable discharge -: 120 State of Florida through the on lots 1, 2, 3 of block 10 In the ship hour
Deland to Dec. 14, 1918. He again Internal Bond EffortsThe ladles will I
His wife is going to service ID'' Trustee of the Improve- Livingston Truby & Company'saddition
Mllady's reading habits are be with her parents. entered the recruiting ment Fund, grantor to Lottie to Starke, back of Mike the young
changing 10, 1919 beingdischarged Florida Bank'at Starke
Minneapolis May for and duet,
Russ, of Brooker grantee. Maruca's store near the cornerof
No 'longer does she request so Commissioned May 9, 1920. He was' lot 1 block 2 Ward City in sec- Cherry Street and Road 48. has received a "DistinguIshedService" occasion, I
To Be commission as 2nd lieu- certificate from Henry
a readings
many given tion 8. township 7 south, range
mystery novels the
Starke at who tenant In the Officers' Reserve Morgenthau, Jr.. Secretary of the
Library There Is now a Sgt. Robert W. "Wilson, JulTe' 23, 1919. 20 east; Double-Yolk Eggs Treasury, for "services. renderedIn
constant Candidate Corps Burns

demand for books on has been attending Officers' Mr. Cowdrey joined the local County of Bradford deed No. behalf of t h e War Savings ;
nutrition, In Fort Custer. the Mrs. Jr L. Gentry who lives
keeping with the School at Legion Post this week, 119 State of Florida through Program" Last
spirit of the times. for the past three months. American Trustees of the Internal Improve- 2 1-2 miles out on State Farm
Mich., Thui
1943 gives '
his dues. In addition to urging Its patronsto ward Burns
with;; ow that our minds are flllea will receive his commission next Tuesday as, paying the local American Legion Poet a ment Fund, grantor to Robert$7.50 L* road, brought Wednesday Into a the 2-ounce Telegraphoffice egg purchase War Bonds. the bank three miles i

various problems why not Second Lieutenant membership increase of 10 per- Green Brooker grantee, has purchased $200.000 In Govern to Mr and \
take and nth -old New
time to Starke of block 12 Ward laid by a 8 m 0
will return lots 3
to relax and according to for ,
Ifuivsi and read. cent over last year, Mrs. ment securities within the last nelly. Mr.
; LIbrarian' Blandlng 1 later H. A. City section 8, township 7 south, Hampshire pullet.
J""n't"rirfd husbandseofMrs. the figures of the Adjutant. she has 40 pullets two or three weeks and now hasa two miles
i the east and lot 10 of block Gentry
toounr. "I aQ1 Sgt. Wilson( Carlton. The 1942 membership of range 20 and total of more than a million ding on
tail gets
to lay,
well-known section 8, town- just beginning
Dlethtng of lnt Kay Wilson, and already 12 Ward City I :
either flc- 69 securi
rest, the Legion was from them, dollars invested In such plan to
Lion have
They about 12 eggs! per day
or Blandlng. south, 20 east May -
I non-fiction." or at Camp thus far In 1943 there are 65 ship range do-jble-yolk." ties. to; hIs new
vicinity for more most of which are ]
a week La open six days been In 'this paid-up members. 1;
frorn 1 than two year. ,
until 5:30: P. M. n' i irth

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1 (, 1t 1tw fare survey discloses that 25; girls workingin Hembree is now quite 111 at his THERESSABy the pital U.In S.Iran.Army.Mr. He. is serving with I Starke Brown's were mother dinner tUesl1 Mnof 1,

The h Bradford County Telegraph a high school lunch room were given home.Mr. and Mrs. J L. Robinson, Miss Ida Hogan and Mrs. Fate Brown of Brown Sunday An I

KaUblUhed 1817 Wasserman tests and four reports were Mrs. H. L. Parker and Miss Betty Pvt. Frank Kelsay of Camp po., -
+r Jean Robinson were guests of Mr. Blanding spent Sunday with his
+ MI1M.BBRPrussASSoClATION positive. and Mrs. Robt. Robinson In Jack- parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Kel- A MEMORIAL FOR YOU _
"Discipline in many schools is at a low last week-end.
I' *NAnGNALEDriDRIALASSOCIAnCWB. ebb. Pupils fail in their work and drop out Mr.. and Mrs. M. E. Griner say.Mrs.. Rhoda Dampler and son,
( a
: J. M.
: ; 4T4 of school for lack of proper supervision and spent Sunday In Jacksonville, goIng Billy, of Starke spent the week-
to' meet their son, with her parents Mr. and
especially Local
I:. L Matthew ___?_____- Editor and Owner attention. Teaching staffs are shattered. Capt. Martin, E. Grlner and to Mrs. J. J. Ziegler. Representative

SUBSCRIPTION HATE Classes in some schools have had as manyas visit Mrs. P..D. _Fancher, who Is Pvt. James Trlest has returnedto
still a patient In Riverside Hos Tampa after spending a furlough -
different teachers since the
Yearly $1.75: !Sue Month. .1.OO four or pltal. >\ here with relatives and

term began and others report 'a teacher replacement Mr. and Mrs. Ira Yonge of Lake friends.

1 roMlMhed! Weekly on Friday ana Entered M JIeo-!! of as much as 60 or 70 percent.One Butler were week-end guests of Mr. and Mrs. Pete Roberts and OFFICESUPPLIES
if + earl Clans Matter at the Pont Office at Starke. Fla their parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. D. business
{ school that began the term with 35 Miss Ida Hagan were

teachers has already lost 20 *>f them who Yonge. visitors to Keystone Heights
The Teacher ProblemIt J. M. Bradley spent Saturdayand Thursday of last week.
have resigned to take better jobs in defense Sunday with his children, Mr. Mrs. Alice Jones is visiting; Mr.

seems that the problem of the under- work or offices' where the pay is higher and Mrs. Vance Geiger, in Jack- and Mrs. Cooper In Jacksonville.

: paid school teacher is at last coming up for and the work less difficult. ,sonville. Mrs. Lydia Hall and granddaughter -
; Mrs). O. I*. Partney, Mrs. L. A. Grace Dickinson, have .I I.
some attention in the State Legislature. "School teachers, underpaid before the Wiggins and Mrs., J. G. Godwin returned from Oakland Park

o Everyone agrees that no Job on earth is war, are now in a sad plight with increased have all accepted positions at where they visited Mr. and Mrs. We Stock Many Items Needed In Ordinary'
+ than that of the teacher, Camp Dlandlng. W. D. Garrett.
more important living costs and heavier duties because of
Miss McRae continues 111 of Palatka spent
Betty Willis Swindell Both
tP but for some unknown reason we seem un- the acute shortage. They deserve consideration with pneumonia at the home of Sunday with his parents, Mr. and Business Routine, Civilian And Milt

willing to pay most of them a decent salary. and\ unless they get it, and soon, ,we her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. S. R. Swindell. Let Us Supply Your Needs
the J. A. Bouvier. Mrs. W. C. Rhoden of Starkewas tary.
Russell who is reporting on
find ourselves burdened with lot of
may Mrs. R. P. Stubbins, Sr., was visiting her parents, Mr.. and
current legislative session for the weekly fine school buildings and equipment and no- called to Tallahassee Monday be- Mrs. S. R. Swindell, Tuesday.

Ny4 newspapers, editorializes as follows concerning body to man such facilities. cause of the Illness of her grandson Everyone reme m b e r Sunday Account Books Box
in Chas. School Sunday morning at Files!
this m u c h-needed legislation Pulley every
"While increasing the of school Adding Machine Paper & Ribbons
pay our Mrs. O. L. Partney and Mrs.L. Hope Baptist Church and Christian -
M R favor of teachers: teachers would not entirely solve our child A. Wiggins shopped and visit- Church every Sunday even- Desk Blotter Pads Cardboard

&: "While those who are economy minded delinquency problem, i t would certainly ed Mrs.: J. M. Maxwell In Jack ng. Card Index: Files
this time to be talking sonville Tuesday. Desk Calendars File Folders
consider a poor
will help, for next to the parents themselves the Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Wiggins and SUNNY BROOK FARMBy Gummed Kraft Tape
increases that run
about appropriation
teachers have a greater influence over our Mrs. Geo Williams of Hamptonwere Rubber Stamps Stamp Pads & Ink
Il i into the millions, the bill of Representative children than anyone else. We have alreadylost visitors at the Farm Sun- Miss Arsula Crosby Ink Eraser Mimeo Ink

a Jerry Collins of Sarasota, while calling for too many experienced and valuable day.Mrs. Dempsey Woods of Jacksonville Shaeffer's Skript in Pints and Quarts
J. R. Kite the week-
spent of his I
more money, deserves consideration as a was a week-end guest Legal'Blanks Legal Pads
teachers and unless we show some appreciation end with her brother-in-law and brother-in-law and sister Mr. and
sound investment rather than an expense. sister Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Dalton' Loose-leaf Ledger Outfits
F for their work and effort we stand to Mrs. H. B. Kelly. Second
"He asks'for this money to provide in- In Cairo Ga. Mrs Nona Newton has returnedto Carbon Paper Sheets
lose lot No
a more. one blame teacher
can a Typewriter Paper and Ribbons
for school teachers not Pvt. Joe P. Gobola of Camp her home In Fort Myers after
creased pay for giving up such work when she can find Bartlett, Texas and Mrs.. Gabala spending sometime here with her Typewriter Oil and Cleaner

:. SCHOOLS, but, school TEACHERS. And more pleasant employment at twice or three of Washington D. C., and Mr. and mother, Mrs. Arle Brown who has Onion Skin Paper Mimeograph Paper
there is a lot of difference. If such an times the salary. Mrs R. N. Dukes of Jacksonvilleare :been UI.Mr. Post Binders Paper Punches

_, appropriation is made and it is safeguardedso guests of their parents Mr. and Mrs. Lester Crosbyand Duplicate Receipt Books
"This problem of juvenile delinquencyis and Mrs. M., R. Holmes.BROOKER. family attended services at Ring Binders Salespads
that none qf it will go for anything but
complex. It is not going to be easy to Water Oak Baptist Church Sun- Stenographer's Notebooks
the purpose intended, it would prove constructive day and were dinner guests of Merchandise
k solve, but if we retain our capable teachersand Shipping Tags Tags
1 legislation arid should go a long fly Minnie' Lou paten Mr. and Mrs. Frank Norman. Rubber Type Outfits Postal Labels
succeed in attracting others of
exper- Mrs. Trudie Crosby of Bald-
toward meeting a situation in this state Aico-Grip Tabbing
way ience and ability with better remuneration, Mr. and Mrs. Dave Green and win spent last week with Mr. and
Indelible Ink
that is becoming downright serious. daughter, Madeline, were Gaines- Mrs. C. C. Crosby and family Pay Envelopes
will find have taken
we we a long step in Steel Letter-Size "FileIts"Klasp
ville visitors Thursday of last Mrs Aline Moore and son,
"Juvenile delinquency is a major prob- the right direction, for teachers, given sup- week. Tlnky of Tampa have been visit- Envelopes Mimeo Styli[

lem in Florida today and promises to get port and encouragement of parents and Mr. and Mrs. Tom Markey were ing Mrs. Moore's parents, Mr. And Many Other Items

_ much worse unless firm steps are taken to school officials, can work wonders in stamp- In Tampa on business Monday. and Mrs. W. R. H a I s lop last
Mr. and Mrs. A. E.' McKinney week.
check it. Much dislike to face
as we may out this
ing dangerous and growing evil. of Starke were visiting Mrs. Mc- Mr. and Mrs. J. N. Kelly were ALL KINDS OF COMMERCIAL: :
the facts recent show appal-
ugly surveys "Representative Mabry Carlton of Du- Klnney's parents here recently.Mr. the dinner guests of Mr and Mrs

ling conditions, not in the larger centers val has given much thought to the problemand and Mrs. L. A. Brown were Enoch Kelly of Water Oak Sun- PRINTING
alone but in of our smaller communities In Jacksonville on business Tuesday -
many has introduced number day.Mr
a of bills designed and Mrs. Oscar Crosby and Bradford
as well."Parents. to combat this i condition which Mrs. Edna Clemons and Miss\ \ daughter, Doris, were In Lake County

in many instances neglect threatens the health, happiness and welfareof Sally\ Roberts o f Jacksonvillewere \ Butler Saturday afternoon.Mrs. .
visiting relatives of Mrs. H. B. : and
: Kelly sons were
their children. Schools
inadequately manned future citizens."If
t our TelegraphPhone
demons here Thursday visiting relatives In Jacksonville
often with young and inexperienced enacted into law, the Carlton bills Pvt. Merle Gano of Camp Blan- Wednesday.Mr. .

'' teachers, find themselves hard pressed to should help materially, but, laws alone won't ding was visiting his parents and Mrs. J. N. Kelly hada 29 Starke, Fla.
Wednesday of last week. letter from their son, Jack,
help improve the situation. solve the
problem. There is
need for much
Mr. and Mrs. Resale Carlton and saying that he was in the hos
'Teen-age boys and girls are found educational l ,work among parents and it will baby, Mrs. Sam Mott, Mrs. Lyon .

working in establishments where liquors take the combined effort of, state, county Crosby, Mrs Mike Tilghman and

i'' 'are sold, in spite of laws intended to prevent and municipal officials, school authorities, Gainesville little daughter visitors, Bobble Thursday, were of Iluir

1 such practice. Children have bee parent-teacher groups, w e 1 fare organizations last week.

found t<\ be victims of venereal disease in civic clubs and the public as a wholeif Miss Evelyn Crews has returnedto bPHItit/i l9.

I yi; I l both grade,and high schools. A recent wel- any real headway- is to be made." I Jacksonville.her visit home with here her after sister an .extended "In- !iO.

aa favors. Refreshments consist- Mr. and Mrs. Bill Nichols and
11_: Florida State Farm News Ing of sandwiches, Coca-Cola and daughter Patsy, Mrs. Jake Keene

potato chips were served by the and daughter, Carolyn were In
hostess. Gainesville Thursday of last week. .You can it
4 By E. R. Bouvier CLASS PARTY Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Barry and spot

; + Mrs. O. L. Partney was hostess SCOUTSAt children were visiting, relatives In
to her Sunday School Class Sat- regular meeting- Scout Leeaburg' Saturday and, Sunday. time
'Tuesday being the second birth- urday afternoon. The tour..little Troop 104 the Scouts reviewedand I Mr. and Mrs. Abe Crosby and every
day anniversary of little Ennls girls were told they might each studied their ,assignments in children; Mr.and) Mrs. Larson VSSTj
Bradshaw, Jr.- hla mother Invited ask One friend to be their guest, i Tenderfoot First and Second Mints and daughter. Bobbie, of

i several of bin little friend. to ax> Joanne Dinkins Madge Brown- : Class Scouting, which period covered Jacksonville ,were visiting Mrs. In a sport or anything else you can .
lee Dorothy Patel and Nancy Crosby's Mrs. Mintz' WHETHER
an hour's) time. After thisa par
the fellow
has the
spend a while with him. Pictures: edge.
Knight, all of Starke, were guests "spread" consisting of sandwiches ents. Mr. and Mrs. Lee Galney.
were taken, games played and of the following glrla respectively: and drinks was enjoyed, Sunday. Mrs.\Gainey accompanied Just to drink Ice-cold Coca-Cola is to understand

gift .packages opened and then Doris Moncrlef, June Caldwell, then games were played. Scout- them backato Jacksonville, for why It is the best-liked soft drink on earth. s,
the children were served ice Peggy Caldwell and Helen Whit- master T. M. Connors Is working a' short visit.
cream 'and cake, by Mr Brad field. Games were enjoyed by all hard to build up the troop. Mr. and .Mjrs., Sanford Bitch Many make soft drinks. Only The Coca-Cola
shaw. The guests) were Marie and a written contest for the beat and SOft Gene, of ,Starke were Company produces Coca-Cola.The finished art.

Wiggins, Kay Purtney. Jane and answer as to "Why I Go To Sun HONOREDAt visiting Mrs. pitch's parents. Mr. of long experience gives it exceptional goodness! x
day School" was won by Madge the conference of the South- and Mrs. L. A. Brown, Sunday.Mr. s
Henry Rlcharde, Harold Tyus '
Francis Caldwell and Spanky Mc- Brownlee who was awarded a eastern States Prison- Association, and "Mrs. Grady Baxter of This delicious drink offers a taste all its own.

Lendon. prize. Powder puffs were given last week In Columbia, S. C. Supt.L. Baldwin were visiting relatives More than just quenching thirst,it adds refreshment r g ,

1 F. Chapman of the Fla. State here Friday. refreshment that goes into energy. r t,;. ; -- ,
Prison was elected President, Friends) of Mrs. G. B. Feagle ;

while Mr. W. N. North, head of will be sorry to hear that she is The only thing like Coca-Cob is CocaoColaluelf'. You've
Sandwich our prison school, was made Sec- 111 In the Alachua. County Hos
flew Castle Shop retary and Treasurer of that or- pital. found that out already, haven't voul

ganization.Capt. Mrs Ralph Hazen and daughter I r a
(Formerly Vaughan's Castle Lunch) May Frances and Mrs. G. W. {:
It's natural for
Martin E. Grlner, who Hazen were in Gainesville Tues- popular name to acquire friendly abbreviation /
has been overseas for the past That'i why 'you hear Coca-Cola called Coke. Both mean the
GOOD COFFEE GOOD EATS four arrived Sunday on a day.Mrs. thing."coming from -
years Eldon Hardy. Miss Juanita a single source, and well known to the
fifteen day leave to visit his parents Feagle and Miss Minnie Lou community.: v %
Mr. and Mrs. M. E. Grlner. Hazen
PRICES were palnesvllle visitors ?
REASONABLE Capt. Grlner's rise has been swift, Tuesday t %r.
going from non-com to Captain In ..ar

201 Temple Avenue two years' time. We ,are more EVERGREEN 43P\
than proud of him. a 4:
ny Mr*. F. A. Rosier
Early last week, Supt. L. F.
Chapman attended the Southeastern Mr. and Mrs. Joe' Copeland of ,1 ?' + ate"
State Prison Association in Jacksonville spent Sunday here '
Careful Drivers Columbia, S. C.. from there he with B. E. Rosier and mother.
Prompt Service went to Quantlco Va., to visit J. H. Sapp of Hawthorne Is $

his son Lt.-Col. L. Fielding} Chap visiting his daughter, Mrs. Wil- !4--/JR5/
man, Jr., and family. Capt. Rob- liam Morgan.
Starke Taxi ServicePhone ert S. Chapman, enroute to a Miss Louise Rosier and ]Miss
new post, and Mrs. L. F. Chap Iretta Brannen spent the week-
man Joined him there. Supt. and end In Jacksonville with Mrs. Jensen .
150 Mrs. Chapman returned home Brannen. -

Tuesday.Mr. Mrs. J. A. Rosier and children
and Mrs. J. W. Woodwardand spent Sunday with her daughter, .
Night son. Richard, attended the Mrs. Frank Crews, near Lawtey.
K Day commencement exercises of the Pvt. Herbert Redding of Moody
r School for the Deaf and Blind at Field Valdosta., spent a few No need to tighten up over studl_
..... .. ... .. ..
-" when their here last week with his L A pave
--" St. Augustine, Friday days now and then for Ice daughter Miss Jacqueline Wood- mother, Mrs. H. F. Redding./ _Drink 1L. Coke relies the teniion
ward, graduated. They returned Mr.' and Mrs. Bernard Rosier brings
FOR SAFETY COMFORT: AND ECONOMY RIDE'FLORIDA home Saturday accompanied by and children of La w t. y were you back to the task refreshed.

Mrs. Woodward's sister, Mrs. visiting his parents, !'[P. and Mrs.
MOTOR LINE BUSSES Bard Gale and baby daughter J. E. Rosier Sunday afternoon.
Sharon of Palatka. Mrs. J. C. Pringle and Miss
FOR COURTEOUS CORRECT INFORMATION Dr. and Mrs. J. M. Hembree Dottle Griff are spending severs Deliciou* andRefreshing *
PLEASE PHONE 147 returned Saturday from Los- weeks In Jacksonville with rela- 5

Angeles, Cal., where they had tives.
F because of the critical Illnessof Services will be held at the
UNION BUS STATION gone Dr. Hembry's only sister Mrs. Evergreen Baptist Church Satur- The best is always the better buy

William Holland. We regret to day, and Sunday night by the '
i LACY CONWAY, Agent hear that her condition was unchanged pastor, H. M. TUlman. The pub- SOULID UNDII AU'HOIT' 0' TMt COCA.t OtA

Temple Ave. Starke, Florida when they left. Dr. lic Is invited to attend. STARKE COCA.COLA BOTTLING COM'ANY COMPANYP I'



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County High School Journal I


STAFF FOR APRIL Immunization I' Play PresentedIn Ima SnooperWell I Band To Benefit }

Oltl\L I Senior Class I
191'rmchlt'f Prophecy From Play -
211-\1\\: Against Disease AssemblyThe ole Snooper couldn't snoop

__ FI'eddleVim- ; much this week" 'cause I was one I On May 21st
Easley Shuford, a famous seamstress man's position at the State Prison Given StudentsBecause weekly assembly was held of the brave Biddies who took

berly Oliver and Jean Is now designing and making Farm at Raiford. Tuesday, April 27, and as the "shot" the other day. Light! Music! Curtain!

I George clothes in Hollywood for the Essie Mae Eunice Is running an of so many new people students assembled. In the auditorium a to Friday the 21st at 8.30: ( P. M. ,

AdkinS "Duds Ain't All". old 1 maid's house for coming Into Starke and Into Anyway dropped I over
Knight new picture boarding the school band played a the curtain goes up on the performance
Beth Myrtle
[ club Merry Onie Mae Starling and Doris other B. H. S. beauties. school a drive has been started march under the direction of Gainesville and spotted of "The Mayor and the I//
Whitfieldlal '
I Roberta Va. Sewell, Crosby, recent brides are very Lucille Crosby Is offering a guarding the students against Mack Futch Dobbs with that certain someone Manicure," a play presented by

Features -- in their homes built for three of the most dreaded diseases of heis.
Home, happy special correspondence course In A one act play, "Sardines" was the Dramatics Club and sponsored
Hazen, Barbara two typhoid fever, smallpoxand Maggie Strlngfellow was gadding School
'Ills hair culture. given by the Dramatic Club of by the Bradford High

I Margaret Bettyre Bean Palmer, Odell Jones, professor of B. H. Marguerite Gilpin is now chief diphtheria.For B. H. S. It was an all-girl cast around over there, What too. did Band. In the cast are two well
__ week
Pop, Jr S., is attending a school conference telephone operator In Rlchomnd students above ten years of and the directors as well as the Mystery of the : known actors, Virginia Sewell of
Dew when she got
Arline Marjorie Davis in Atlanta. Va. On her office desk la a picture age the first typhoid: shot of a students who had parts In it Jimmie Davis find "What a Life", "Sardines" and

__- series of three was given last Fit- home Saturday night? Belinda" and C. F.
tfjewg WFekGal'nlta Gloria Buford a Power's Girl of her old faithful-Gene should be complimented on their have "Marrying
the day. The second will be given Two of our beautiful glil who portrayed the fussy
work and acting ability.
has recently taken the place of Autrey. good of
Hutto Friday the seventh and the third found a fool-proof technique In "What A Life" AlsoIn
Irene Rich on the Welch's Grape Shirley Colley Is heard daily I'm sure It was enjoyed by all doesn't apply to people principal
will be given the following Fri. course that the are two newcomers on
After Mr. Smith made the announcements play
Juice Program. station Y and Y
EDITORIALLETHIXG over Y giving with sense' but anyway,
day. any the stage, Betty Palmer, able
Idalou Davis show- .
her views and reviews of Inter- It
Jimmy Griff, Marlon Crews, to get on with the subject
Students under ten of age the Four understudy of "Barbnra"
years ed representing
LACKING national affairs. a poster tooka '
Crawford worldwide '
and Dewitt the other day they 'a
were given the diphtheria Immunization what should seems "What A Life" and Mack Futch,
Lt. OsKe Freedoms and they
/ April 28, Virginia Boivin was a recent Air Bane and
known heroes
Wed. national are spend- jaunt out to the
st of the members of the B. H.
Instead of the typhoid. each American. one ?
and two of his men came ing their vacation in the cultural visitor in Staike. She was ac. mean to had "car" trouble just as a groupof

\ from Jacksonville to try to town of Starke. companied by her children. Chips Since such a small percentage of Freedom of Speech, Louies ClIme by It couldn't S. Band
people above ten are susceptibleto of There will also be talent from
L interest In the observationr Wllla Mae demons has Just Installed off the old block.) have been on purpose could It
addressier diphtheria It I,was not deemeelnt'cesslI'y Freedom from Want the school Camp Blanding andotherwise.
Mrs. Wainwright a beauty salon "Hare's Carolyn Green has just returned IflllH?
t to Immunize them. Freedom ham Fear.We From the school
200 post cards telling Hair-do", at her residence o n from a visit to England as good Collette' Green has been' KiKlilIng
to The smallpox vaccination will as Individuals should con comes attractive Delores Creek-
and asking people Street, Brooker, Flu. will ambassador. I devastating
Brooklyn of those
[meeting Out of that 200 only 25: I Idalou Davis Is now head seamstress After his success as head K. P. be given the 21st of this month. tinue to buy War Bonds and about In a pair with an up- mole, famed for her tap dancIng f

e. I think Dr. Abl'amslnd his Stamps and be proud to Rive colored glasses From Camp Blanding Guy
the In the of World War II
Is cooperaof Army
tided. Where at Cohen's. She has Just i ward giving her the cutest
two assistant nurses should be whatever service we are asked to sweep Measano. acclaimed us one of thewoild'a
? Somehe :; Powell has decided
our townspeople" won the county prize for the best eorge to expiration No wonder George
given a big hand for their steady do for our country. greatest accordion players.
were there hake It his profession. He i Is also somewhere near.
students designed "pot-holder.
nerves and good humor throughout Lets haste the Victory that ourboys Kenlu IK always And otherwise, Miss Rebecca
of them had already heardjiboine Clarice Thomas Is now assist- [proud to announce his promotionn Jewell Curler la just about Ihecutf'lt
t amid all the Hooks sister of
the day uproarof are fighting for. our popular
( at the rank to P. F. C.
when he was ant professor of music at the have In these pint R
the students. We wish to gal we teacher Marvin Rooks to
And keep the freedoms we ap- iCngllsli ,
students had Odessa McRae la
If these Univ. of City. She majored a secretary notice Thursday?
.1]L Sampson Did anyone
thank the following students who preciate and enjoy IHA' Miss Rooks Is attending f
to ask' one adultr now. She Is very happy about IH sclnllllatlnfir.
point In clarinet and gives weekly little
e> it a That pinafore
contributed their services: Gloria B. B. H Southern College at Lakeland P
their' family or a friend of "boogie- _he recent purchase of a second- have things like
In lessons In the art Buford, Helen Rivers Marjorie I wonder If they where she has been soloist torSouthel'n
I could have bad a fine meet- woogie." land typewriter She says that that over In Clayhlll Do they
Grlder Lois College Band.
Marguerite Gllpin.
he gets ten more words a urinate Vox Pop Jr.
plane spotters
Have we as Edna Edwards chose matrimonyand Idalou Davis Eva: I Jewell ?
Miss Patsy Martin from Gainesville -
? the ten she used
than to
how tn our duty bride : get
the blushing o little extrasnuopln
some Is now did
;,d and Bobble Turner. We Ole Snooper a
Gainey Dear Editor: who has studied In New
her old .
of the
(on one.George
know the Importance a spaghetti salesman. She recently also wish to extend thanksto la History the other day
our There Is a certain brunette In I York will give a piano Bolo
Kenls is directoror
doing but do other pep- attended meeting of Ten now a iso !
were a those whom I might have left of classes who Insists on mil found that Hazel Packhum
one my This i I. benefit
: of beautiful a
Osborne repeatedly em- a group fifty alnle performance
LI. to Serve Spaghetti. the
Ways marching u p
out go i
In thedirection
for chorus girls. The he allowing her eyes to stray for the -K. H. S. Band Proceeds
Is only thing
system for
that Is known and
sized Lucile Johnson About 50 percent of the students of other test around May :5. Good ,
not the directs 'them to Is himself. people's will go towards the purchase of
protection "Jit-
civilians' brilliant of the how aboutan
her career Immunized as a mailer of form
are being u. The funny of the
Alice June Is chief papers. part uniforms and letters. The admission -
has been Harding
,y's The system both in EnglandIn terbug Girl. Through this career operator of the main Western gainst these diseases. Of course, matter Is, that when she copies, Invitation? will be Sfic for adults and

I and proven she has become the most noted Union office at a large number have already been she doesn't even copy correctly Who was Judy McRne walling 20c for students.
Starke Is an Im- Sampson City.
China. USO hostess of the World. protected against them. I think Shall I give her a few pointerson for In front of the Florida Theatre
is not work- But I've heard that she Is considering lie there when the curtain
ant post! but It Martha Markey has just fin- goesup
the students have begun to realize "HOW TO COPY" or let the the other night? It

very efficiently, there are ished and sold her autobiographycalled Alma'Hinsion's Joining the WAVES. the Importance of this drive and teacher In on our little secret? been J. D. In the Junior !

many night shifts which are "Martha's Malarkey." From days are busy are being very cooperative. "Blondle"Dent ClasH could It?

unt, Other,towns much their smal- the proceeds of $5: she Is travelIng ones business, Indeed.Is rapidly Her potato Increasing chip, --P. II, "Blondle": What's the matter with June Question of The Week

than our's have postsned unknown.
to parts Being able to cheat (without Blown? Is she losing her technique -
since she
especially stopped eatIng
24 hours a day. Why William Baker was one of the What Is your favorite subject
the Freshman Frills getting caught) Is indeed an art ? We hear dear Anthony Is
I1 we' If every student would great heroes, of the past war, and profits. and why ? I have tried my very
to be of. married- someone else
Barbara Cameron Is admittedto although not one proud
; to some adult of his acqualnt- was decorated( by the Pros him- best to find out a few of the students -
.e and make him realize that self. Having accomplished this all gum counters with no prloiity. I've always been old I goat it My advice to you In regards to Went down the other day to subjects und why they likedor

She certainly takes ad- was a woman's p 1'1 I v liege to the brunette who cheats when take a shot and saw all the different
J we will be enjoyed that I
job is Important great honor, he has become the subject hope
vantage of her pilvllege. Now change her mind as often as she she doesn't know how, In that you girls and boys down I there
Hour way to the goal we've set Admiral of his fleet. you will enjoy reading this as
he chews a whole pack at a cares to, so we took advantageof tell her you are wise to her and Jewell Carter, Alice June
1 ourselves. We students have June Bloss Is a famous Broad' much as I have enjoyed writingIt.
time- this privilege. Even though, let her conscience be her guide. Harding and a few other gals
jed admirably so Car but are been successful .
way singer. Having Marjorie Gilder has recently when put to a vote lust week, it By all means don't give her any were over by one of the radiator
to the task set before Is
[ equal New York-she soon James Brooks-Mathematics
In es-
soda seemed that a majoilty of both pointers. After all, you may needa having a hen session What'sIt
accepted a position as jerk
' Our Is to create InterestIng "Blan- "
job have contract with the sential 'Cause I like It.
to a
the adults of Starke. and sandwich chef at the stage classes was in favor of an informal few tricks! up your sleeve when all about, girls ?

ding Caslno"-a famous high-hat party, after reconsidering the FINALS around In Charlie 1'arker-Study Hall-
those come a
:door canteen I In Hollywood. Although Dooley Davis going around being
W I lwedo In Starke. Her able "
club here matter It decided that fOI'mal 'Cause I don't have work
This article written by we hear rumors that wed was a few weeks. efficient. I don't see how the any
was manager Is Helen Rivers. luncheon would be better. EditorDear to do."
ding bells are near at hand. does It. Everything makes
Sewell edl- In gal
glnla as a guest Parker be seen
Charlie may
So, It was brought to a vote Ona Mae Commercial Law
Now since have but I
we prophesiedfor me all nervous, suppoHuthat
al. When read this go
atop circus of Rlngllng
you the ringside Editor: I "
again. This time the formal "
the 55: Seniors we think It I b* Is all natural. 'Cause It's easy
think, just how much have Bros., as the fattest man In bust luncheon won by an overwhelming I know my problem seems foolish
only proper that we do the same around Richard Ray--Recess-' 'Cause
done for in thist Dot Paine was going
until he
your country ness. He gained weight majority. Some politlcars, eh ? but perhaps you can tell me
thing for our Senior SponsorsMiss -- I like to eat and talk."
t critical time. Then think Is now at the great sum of 600IDS. The committees chose for the what to do (or not to do) In all day Tuesday with a sad look I '
t, much has "Mlstel'5x6. Stump and Mr. Rooks- on her face. It must have been Betty Jean W.-Bookkeeping-
your country given and is known as and such a situation.
planning of the
Now don't you think you ." Miss Stump, after 15: yrs.? has preparing because her boy friend was going 'Cause it's a good 1 subject" }y
allow herself
: Should girl to
a ,
now retired from the teaching Charlotte W.-Home Economics"I '
to the the same day
give two hours a week tor Zannle Stanley has just won the army
Committee Bob like three
Arrangement : a boy years younger
profession" and is now residing at enjoy when
cooking we
observation tower?) at the county Ask Herbert Green If he will I, c
blue ribbon award bie old
!her country estate where she is Turner, chairman, Betty Jean than she? This boy acts a* cook"

Editor. fair for the hen who lays an egg write book Hiatt Caroline Rosa, Don Pat ray. as the ones my age but he Isn't i leave the keys In the car anymore Mack "
attempting to a entitled Futch-Band 'Cause I
with five yolks. Food' Committee afraid the will The other night Herbert
Beth I kids
: Merry as big. am "
"The Term I Served. In like
to blow a horn.
>-G News Grace Wagner has achieved a I chairman but of Nick and George and a few
this she portrays rather vividly Knight, ; Herbert Prince, tease him or me, course, Barbara H.-Enl'llsh-"Jullt because -

bright career as an opera star at her experiences with the class of Betty Hayes, Jerome Johns. I can stand that If you think It's lof the Green girls (you know ."

iee whiz! Just four more days. Carnegie Hall, and Is soon to be Decoration Committee: Lorene all right. which ones) were going for a

wait, I expect I should tell happily married to her boss. 43.Mr.. Rooks has just celebrated Moncrlef chairman I ; Wanda Bab ,. ride and Herbert found to his 1 Ball.Buddie" T. Biology "Mis. t

i what my enthusiasm Is all Now here is another Broadway his 10th Pearce, Lila Rae Caldwell, Esther Dear Babs: extreme sorrow that he had left I "
anniversary In the Army, Easter C.-Science 'Cause
>ut, I betcha h a v q already success. The threesome called Crews. You have brought to my mind the keys In the car and the doors -

sled It though. If* the plc- "The Three Smart Girls" combined and to P.has F. recently C. When been asked promoted for a Program Committee: George the true seriousness of a great were locked. How they got the It's the only subject I can learn'Betty I

of course. We are going toe with a Junior of 10 years statement he merely l replied Oliver, chairman; Bettyre Palmer, problem. Man-Shortage! Three door open Is a story In ,Itself. made an 'A P.Enell.h'Caulle in It this month."

it this Friday and you've ago, better known to us as Nina, "What A Life." Jim Spear, June, Patel. years la a big difference In age, FLASH, flash and re-flush: -0. H.

er seen anybody more excitedut Pat, and Freddie, are travelling I At this I conclude. Clean Up Com: !Betty Turner, especially if you are very young. Margie Reddish seen wearing

> anything as these Sophores In Darkest Africa entertaining the June Sloes, Custodian. chairman; Robert Sauberan, Col- Please, at least, let him get "dry Arch Thomas' fraternity pin .

are about this picnic. And : natives of the country. I lette Green, Ralph Alvarez. behind the ears." Why not find Gee, Margie, when did thin hap Ten per. cent, of year Income 1

bt here I will say that we eerily I: The state agriculturIst Lea ton i Plans already made by the ar: some one your own age, and size. pen? la War Bends will kelp t*

do appreciate the cooperaof Morgan is to speak in the courthouse : Home EC GleaningsNow rangement committee are when There are still one or two left, I heard from a little birdie r build the plaaes aad tonka

Mrs. Epperson Mr Futch, Fri. on the Importance of that spring Is here It and where. The date set la Tues so I've been told. (When you that June I'atel la strictly going that will tsars defeat el Hitler !

1 Mr Smith in : day May 11. The luncheon is let know which hollow sad Us Asls partacr
helping up plan raising cover crops. seems to me as If the girls can to find one, me solo as far as the boys are con $

Wilson Greene is now mayor of start wearing the dresses skirts,, be held In the Home Economics log you found him in.) cerned It seems the other

regret to say that the mumpshad Brooker, Fla. and pinafores that they made at department. We're a 11 gonna' Editor. day Jimmie Davis asked her to

the nerve to tackle us Joe Andrews, George Flynn,, the beginning of school. I think have a "great big time"! go with her on a date with a

''homoies again. This time it's I and Comer Perryman, after taking I'll drag mine out and go to Myrtle is back In school after Dear Editor: school Lt. at that and Miss Patel proudly
Now that the close of
'e. Hurry well at Emory Univ. an absence of about ten It I
up and get their courses wearing it even if It Is to the days. lifted her bead and said "No

Ve' so you won't miss the fun to get in the Navy, have become chicken and back That's seems that while playing ball Is drawing near, I am beginningto cannot go" Well, true love
about all the work thatI I
day. Lora fast sea-going she didn't look down In time to worry t
certainly dislikes commanders on will triumph, or so I've
will be
of eh
what most us doing, haven't been doing during these
at 1.lr. Mumps," but why submarines that make dally tripsto see a stump sitting there so she Did see that cute pinafore
? you
uldn't she? I know girls ran into It resulting In a cut pant seven months. Can you suggest -
( you haverd and from China. Wonder Why: that Roberta Whitfleld was wearing Dr. Max ShaneOptometrist
method I
by can
> Ernest knee. We any
that Herbert has had James Plckren and Jean doesn't! like to talk about are very glad to have learn to concentrate ? Saturday night ? Looked just

ra thaven't Davis, naval heroes, have gone Saturday night? After all a you back Myrtle "Belated Anxious"Dear like the breath of spring. Heard )

any gossip for you Into business as joint partners in crowd of us girls spyed her. Lorene has returned from, At- "Belated Anxious" one 111 khaki clad nay that It

1 week for these girls never doing 'Ma's :Market Place." Everyone made such a good lanta, Ga., where she and Mr,. : reminded him of his "Kinder-

1h: anymore, or at least if Brooks Is Professor of Flynn were visiting I I George, From the tone of your letter, bother 'let
James grade this month In Home Economics I would gather that your studies garden days. If your eyes you
Y do Univ. Seems that she and "that
they do Harvard Gawjagirl"
king, it when I'm not Mathematics in ? Very unusual, or have this year have been pursued but Hear about Dot Faxon's party me cxamin them and fit you

much I guess I got to telling Lois Newsome has recently Ed accepted Instructor you heard. friendly got chat.together for a nice never effectually overtaken. And Monday night, honoring Leonard with ..... if. you need them., t

on them, but I'm gonna the position of Phy. The bell just rang and I Im- you have asked me a questionWhat Smith who was leaving Tuesday! 30' years experience. Holiday
ern one of growing Well not much doing this week.
these the rapidly j
en days and in agine most of you know what a question! But one whichI for the Army? Well with the and Sunday. appointment.
We all
do I She hoper are so busy wishing we
am going to let out 'own of Rising, Fla. that See In the next mo'ri"than to shortage of men, the honoree
means. you am glad help you ,
"reat had studied the ..
big "war efficient of girls first seven TKLsTPHONC s ..7. j
but group
:hen whoop" un- to train an edition. solve Here Is a solution which turned out to be the only male on ,
I months
of school til
will there Isn'lmuch
be the same old, to play football. -"Susie" work. the scene. Don't feel bud Dottie.
might 49t T Theatre Building
time for
is making plans anything else.
Sophomore Spy. Gladys Bradley be held Close your eyes, place your forefinger Why don't you try ole Snooper'smo'tto Corner Main and Monroe Sfree
Fair to "
for the World's In right I temple- "Men uln't everything. t
Jr. your
lee in the near Ima Snooper JACKSONVILLE FLORIDABackache I
Club Sing. at Hellbronn Springs proudof Junior JinglesWell gently, please so as not to disturb I guess Ole Snooper better go tt

High future. She Is especially cow I'm practically forgotten but any budding thoughts which now, HO until next time, be sweet tI
School Glee Club memounder her Starke exhibit-a here's your old Junior
not gone. The staff Just might be there-and practice -Ima Snooper. I
the butter. In the "groove" and :
excellent direction that gives processed reporter back back
someone the
Itself of me. Say, dally! saying Alphabet
Mrp fifth rid
A. E Wall, are practicing Jewell Powell has won her entire staff was ready for some gossip.By i without first repeating It
that the wards
cia moat told me 10th Grade .
BoysThe j
Florida's who was
numbers to be given on annual award as changed. Listen that is all the way, 1'0rwa rd. ,
eVening of the bathing beauty. Miss being that cute soldier I saw you with i
Baccalaureate bosh. I'll have you know thatno I'm sure by the time you have event of the sophomore
resl, also her success to ? And. was that a
during Powell attributes 2 Sunday night of
nt Commence- one Is going to take my accomplished this your power picnic will be at Gold Head
Week' The selections be beautflul legs. car you were In? My, My how I been
to her from me. concentration will have 7th.
worth away
Park on May
cents Branch State Disorder.JKidney
as Warn ot
will known lizzie has May
be old .
Barefoot Is now do rate! My
announced later. Sara who was the Junior goingaround you I Improved. the foodit
f. model. Say, greatly With the girls furnishing Action
organization, of John Power's moat famous ? It seemsas been in the garage for the last I ; Editor.
composed blackout
In a should be success (We hope).
of a aad
Ut lla hurry worry
Modem lift wttb
Gov of the
tw.nt-.five voIce- practice, Billy Patray Is now if the light hurt his eyes and couple of weeks, because Betty Palmer. Strange as It seems the transportation ,Irregular .bablra. Improper .( a,..
? week and have Japan. him lack of that precious petrol, often dr1nkmff4u rat of.._..and loft> Ii Ii.v.tu.d
shown mark- occupied ,
Gasaett help
..mprovement newly-wed 10 he had Coolidge problem has been solved tioo c ro_heavy. ....Ia .. tie; werkof
under the leader- Francis Clark, a Tell him not to hit called gas.HAT rbo kidnojra. They are set to bogomo
J" Mrs Wall. Is being \kept quite out a little. BAND CLIPPINGS: Doro- than a few of our Junior lassies. that is If they don't stop pleasure .... fail, to Alter ..- aid

L. years ago. her hubby 00 hard next time, Marcus. C. Sunday They were: Delores C., Mary Jo driving before that time. NowIf ..d otbor Impurltiee. tram tbo lie- lvie' |
nnlni A, Canv '. la the ac- busy keeping house for everyone hot In UnitB thy F. and Delores spent Roberta is to us, blood. "
Gee, was but I'm C., Freddie W., Jimmie D., the weather man good alder baektrke,
Springs m'ue.r
for and we are very *"" and triplets. has last week! Did I say hot? I at to W., and many others. there will be nothing to worry keodaano Yon dittataeto., fetttas *P ojifhta,
her noted informed as
pianist afraid I wasn't ......
assistance.Grade Margie.Patel, cold. For some unearthly Martin back .leg paina., .wellinifeel .111' itlyd
mean Glad to see Phyllis about. ..
boogie- were. all out. Otfcer .1.*
her lucky boys worn
from those two nenrotM
recently returned reason the ,radiator knob were who modest.Darby' In school. We sure mUsed you, Soph. Spy Jr., has given his of kid...,. or bladder' disorder. are .. .*- j

woogie concert tour. much removed. Better quit using so Some people are so visitor : kid. position to Soph. Spy III. Of time baralMC. nctlKty or Coo froqueatrinatlo
Eva Faye Gainey. excel much heat or keep the doors clos Peek, a frequent to 1 Mayte I'd better give this thing course this is a secret but wean Try 0..'. fNlla. "....'. kelp Ik.*
to Walnut St. Ah spring ....., ..
trying around 05 ul body
art now
? all is kid. ta pow
to hear that practice wristwatch treatment and : keep It. It's the people we
*!dine sorry Demosthenes.. edO the ...... They nave bod vor ,.... ball a k
small baa withdrawn the oratory of Walden Dorothy, you didn't see me here.Margaret hairdo.It wind It up. So-o-o I'll be seeing tell It to who can't. a.uury.f pablle approval. Aoasa..d.d -%
III OUr Martin and day, Sapp' new by grateful uaera o*.r J''wberoDOANS -
school Kenneth In the hall the other Soph Spy, III.
to make her passing In the next.
n. In i head weldersIn Is becoming, but how do you ,A"BRADFORD p.ar _-'
Game,, Wadsworth are now You better be careful sure has
e. did you ? Margie. P. S. Soph. Spy Jr., requested
? Mine always
'e shipyards.C. it In place
are lorry that Mildred Henry Kaiser's walking Into Just any door. I you keep that; the complaint department be

II1PI.mss hu had a relapse of the F. Boyer has recently as head succeeded cartoonist won't tell which one you entered, looks Dropped like a!In rat's on nest.the U. S. O. Office supplies of all kind. for operated by Soph. Spy III. (No / PILLSI "

Walt Disney though.See and pale at The Bradford County one knows who he Is, thank goodness
lacy Merkreau at M-G-M studios. next week. Dance last Tuesday night I I ). -
ely IWeet peas for brought the room.some Richard Woodward has ChaP-ably Ima Snooper Jr. who did I see there? None other Telegraph. ,

Sharon Hall, reporter. taken over Superintendent r v






; Birthday vice a chapter of the new book, consisted of songs scripture read- pure Florida oiange

E'j';; : dl1 j SOCIETY and CLUBS I On May Day Party "Will a Man Rob God ?" by Ing and prayer. A short talk on served by the hostess Nlrt duns 4termisston.

Bishop Ralph S. Cushman. Mrs. stewardship was made by :Mrs. Even the nativtth
--- ----- -- -- -
,..t ; ; --- -- Mary Katherine Wainwright, W. H, Nollman was in charge Stansbury and Mrs. Duncan reada of California pronouncen

,,y, t Mr. and Mrs. Duncan Engagement AnnouncedOf U. D. C. Members Plan daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. R. of the program, which was openedby poem on prayer The Grand Warn, ,,, Will loot
of Mrs on !
vy Hosts at Dinner Parties Miss Betty Green Covered Dish Luncheon Wainwright, was *ne year old on "America.singingtwo" Mrs. Nollman verses charmingly the Assisting program were Stansbury Mrs. W. A of Mlsa the Virginia Gills' Sew*>it !
of and her Service < ,
the first day May >
s Mr and Mrs. U:. G. Duncan To N. T. Hitch, Jr. M<-s. Junius M. Smith, Mrs.\ J, mother gave a lovely party for read "The House by the Bonham Mrs Charles H. Allen and her escoitPvt. gams 4

(+ have been giving a series of din- Mr and Mrs. Floyd Green of M.\ Brownlee and Mrs. Jos. E. her Saturday afternoon at the Side of the Road", and a poem and Mrs. H. H. Young The foreign Nick MasnPf' p.

ner parties at their home on N. Starke announce: the engagement Wilson were hostesses to the W. home of her uncle and aunt, :Mr. of her own composition, "Life'sLittle topic discussed waj"Kol'ea" Gumpper, Pvt Paul E '
and the home "The
Walnut Street, and on Wednesday and approaching marriage of their T Weeks Chapter, U. D. C., on and Mrs J. Frank Colley Things. "topic was and Pvt. Charles K Moren7"\ ,,: *

T+ ;' evening of last week they daughter, Thelma Elizabeth, to Wednesday afternoon at the homeof The guests were; entertained in Mrs Blair presided over the American Indian. ed a floor commits, vhc/ !
and this time The vice-president, Miss Lucile *""
business session at
entertained at a dinner bridge Mr. Nelson Turner Ritch, Jr. The Mrs. Smith. A Variety of gar the beautiful yard in the rear of ed the start: during ,h, weNi!
+1 '' d party. wedding will be an event of June den flowers were used in decorating the house, where,.>g\'ass, trees and liberal offerings were made for Mitchell, announced the business Serving as hostesses, tOT
{ in the home for this occasion. flowers make, an ideal setting fora state and local work, after which meeting on the second Tuesday in evening were Mrs\ Be I"
+;i '' ej The spacious living room was 22 dt the First Baptist Church lie Ppr
+ ; the hostesses served iced tea and May, at the church annex The Mrs. E. W. 11tt
Middleton first children's party Assisting the Hayes, and MI'I,
k t+ made more attractive with bowls Starke Miss Madge I sandwiches. Auxiliary members discussed tWhltfleld. 1)1) :

and vases of roses, larkspur corn Miss Green is the eldest daughter vice-president presided over the hostess in amusing the tiny tots plans for serving as hostesses at

e S flowers and calendula. In the of Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Green meeting.,,i During the business were: Patsy Ruth and Martha Circle Number Two the USO In May. Quite the center of an,',,.,
tt Jane Wainwright'of Tallahassee, Circle Two met at the home of was the youngest goes. It'?
t dining room where! the two course and the niece of Congressman and session' the Dime Defense Donation During the social half noun: the ,
table Betty Ann Flynn Ideal Landrum Misses Olive and Amelia Ray, dance He was a ?
the was of
dinner was served Mrs Robert Alexis Green gPah
was taken; also it was decided hostess served delicious apple pie
and Margaret Monteith with Mrs. J. W. White and the I man aged five months
covered with a linen cloth Starke. She graduated from the Jiave a covered dish and fruit punch.Birthday and *
centered by a bowl of larkspur Bradford County High School and luncheon The first Wednesday in The birthday cake, iced in Misses Ray as hostesses. Sweet- extremely well behaved, The h it*

p snapdragons and calendula. later attended the Florida State June, at {hut home of Mr. and white and green, was placed on a peas and pansies were used for Dinner eases, staff members and rt
I table on the lawn and centeringthe decoration in the where the dlers were all eager to
for Women at Tallahassee room ca"
After bridge was enJoyed College *'
dinner Mrs. L. A: Davis. The chapter
For KaufmanAnn him while his
t cake was a white rose holdingone guets were seated. Harry soldier rnhei
the high prize for ladles Mr. Ritch is the son of Mrs. historian, Mrs. Davis, gave an attractive
green candle also on the The with mot he T
being won by Mrs. C. A. Knight Carrie Darby Ritch and, the late interesting paper 0 n Southern ; meeting was opened & Harry's dining room anceo I:
cake were the word "Happy Mrs. fact, he rivaled tilt( ), J"ularit ..
prayer by E. K. Perryman, girl ''n...
men's W. B
y and the prize by Nelson Turner Ritch of Starke. histoiy. was the scene Thursday night, '. <-r
Birthday. The !small! guests were circle chairman, who also reviewed >
+ Sewell. The hostess presented also from the Brad-
He graduated The hostesses served a sweet April 29, of an enjoyable surprise
served ice cream and animal
Mis. Knight with a pottery vase'!, ford County High School and at- course and the individual cakes crackers in fancy-baskets. The the first chapter In the new birthday party' for Harry Kauf
e and to Mr. Sewell she gave a tended Emory at Oxford, Georgiaand spiritual life book. "Will A Man of the Miss I
iced in whit with the let- man place.
were 'r
_ refreshments for the "
5 Rob God Olson GEC
grown peo- ? Mis. Titus 7HFSPEEDY
9 I
bowl. .
shaving Emory University in Atlanta.He ters U. D. C. embossed in red. ple were Coca-Colas and slices chairman of Edith Coleman, sister of Ann
+) + Invited for Wednesday evening Is at present associated with of birthday cake.Kodak' pictureswere Mrs. VV, B. Sewell program who reviewedan Kaufman, Invited in a few friends, SURF
were: Mr. and Mrs. Jos. K. Wilson the Seaboard Airline Railway in Service Officers taken who came at 11 p M for a buffet -
of this
,merry-group. article on missionary work in REL/EE
Mr. and Mrs. W B. Sewell, Staikc. : ,
Guests at LuncheonThe Invited to be with Mary ]Kath Africa Mrs 'V, E Middleton I
Miss Madge Mldtlleton Mr and Among thoHe present were: :
e erlne on her birthday anniversary and Miss Amy Coburn also reviewed / /
} Mrs. Edward Burns, Mr. and Mrs W. S. C. S. Study and Mrs. Charles Parlser,
USO, corner of Temple and were: Brenda Jane Lewis, Jimmy articles about mission MI"I j
: C. A. Mr and Mrs. E. L I and Mrs Louis Shafkln
Held Last Week i i' j
Washington, will be hosts this Kollingsworth B r g e Searing, work in Afi'lea.
Matthews.On .3age, Mr. and Mis. Dave Levin,
week at a luncheon In honor of Glen Wood, Jr. (otherwise knownas The hostesses served iced tea,, I
*A Mrs. W. L Blair of Mr. and Mrs. Fiunlf Jones, Mr 1
Thursday evening at eight secretary the Special Service Officers of "Fellow"), Billy Wood Virginia sandwiches and cookies, and on 1
o'clock, Mr. and Mrs. Duncan entertained mission study for the W S. C. Camp Blandlng and Crj',ial Lake Jean Darby, Freddie Stump each plate was placed a small and Mrs. Alvin Weinstein, Mr

the following persons at S., Methodist church, conducted a Air Field. Thomson Frances Landrum, Mary bunch of pansies and Mrs. Jack Frledler and Sam
a two-course dinner: Mr. and Mrs. study on the book entitled "On Goldman.
The luncheon will be preparedand Agnes Matthews Hank Graham, Mia. Julius L. Thorn Invited the
O. !E>. Beasley, Judge and Mis. A. This Foundntion", which describes served by members of the Harriet Powell, Linda Kay Sale, circle to meet with her in June. '
Z. Adkins, Mr. and Mrs. R. F. missionary work in Central and Woman's Service Organization. Tom and Dave Long, Charlen and' Talent In Evidence Carpenter's Drug Stogy

Demorest, Mrs. Ethel M. Digga, South America. Staff members of all USO unitsin Kay Dennis. Ladies AuxiliaryMet .At,.Saturday Dance .... '..--- -
Mrs. J.. W. Klncald. Mr. and Mrs. The study took place on Thursday -
H.. C. Ritch. Starke are also Invited guests. April 27 Thanks to the many talented
( of last week, In the church : W. S. C. S. Circles
soldiers stationed
.d After dinner the party enjoyed school rooms, and was opened After the luncheon a discussionof at Camp Blan- WAR WORKERSNEEDED
Met: Monday The Ladles Auxiliary of the ding, entertainment Is never lack
social conversation. with a devotional service con- how the USO units can best
Presbyterian church
held a program Ing at the USO (corner of Templeand
Mrs. Wood. Those
f ducted by A. serve the soldiers will be held. Circle One of the MethodistW. and social meeting Tuesday Washington) dances Sat-
Men of the 66th
of the book
reviewing chapters S. C. S. met Monday after- evening, April 27. at eight o'clock, urday night. Last Saturday Cpl. 1000 Shipyard Wcrke.s:
were: Mrs. Julius L Mrs. ,
Honored at Dance Thorn. Ladies AuxiliaryThe noon at the home of lira W. P. i. at the home of Mrs. K. G. Dun- VI. J. Mathews added greatly to *
W G. Haile, Mrs. I. P. Shepherd > Needed at OnceCommon
Smith, and acting as cohostesswas can. Roses and poppies of dif- the: evening by singing "Moon-
Continuing a series of dances Miss Olive Ray, Mrs. W. L. Ladles Auxiliary of the :Mrs L.. F'18mlth.: Spring ferent colors were used as deco- light Serenade" S
r in honor of different regiments of Blair, Mrs. Titus Olsonand Mrs. accompanied by
Presbyterian Church will have its flowers were used for decorationIn ration in the living and dining the orchestra Later Cpl. Math- Labor
the 68th Division, the USO, corner L. F. Smith.Woman's ,
business meeting Tuesday, May the living room and hall. rooms. ews and Miss Freddie Wimberlysang White and
of Temple and Washington, was 11, at 3:30 o'clock in the church :Mrs W. H. Blair, circle chair- Mrs. O. E. Stansbury was leader "Mr. Five By Five." Negro,
the scene of a gay dance Tuesday Club '' annex. man, used for the devotional ser- of the devotional service, which In place of the usual punch, 63c HourApprentices
night. .
To Meet Next Week v ,
'* MXisIc, fast and slow, was furnished ( - All Trades

,by an orchestra from The Woman's Club will Meet'Wednel1day
Start at 75e Hour and
Camp Blandlng. Orange juice afternoon, May 12, at Carolyn Callstreet WE WISH TO Advance as Rapidly at

Ice cream, and cake were served four o'clock. In the club building. ; Ability Warrants

during the evening.MajorGeneral The business session! will: ,bqj CONGRATULATEThe
H> F. Kramer presided over by the president/ .

and Capt. Goodwin called duringthe Mrs. H. C. Ritch and the programwill Mechanics

evening and General Kramer be In charge of the Health With a percolator I go to town probably see us all sometime in Citizens of Bradford CountyOn Plumbers, Carpenters,

spoke during intermission fo the Committee Mrs. L A. Canova But a carburetor get me down! July Bad news from Lucy Electricians Machinists,

i guests and expressed'behalf of will have charge of the music. Carden who writes from Long

'' the men his appreciation of the Hostesses- : Mrs. E K, Ferryman Yes, folk looks as If there Beach, Calif that Van is in the Going Over The Top Welders Burners,
Rod Setters
efforts of the USO. Naval Hospital there, very sick Reinforcing ,
? Mrs. W. H. Nollman, Mrs. might be a lot of thwarted males
,Miss Virginia Sewell Invited the W. E. Mlddleton. Mrs. L. H. Hill, around town soon as these Red Doctors say It will be two Pipe Fitters $1.20 on

men to participate in all activities Mrs Vonda Inman, and .Mrs. J. Cross Motor Corps classes get or three. month' 'before" he'111be I ,Buying More Than $169,000 of War Hour. Leading men-
of the USO units of Starke. :W. Horne. over Imagine the consterna- able to leave and then''th 'lI $E30: per Hour

tt Hostesses for the evening were 1 tion of your date when' the auto come back to Starke Van, .

Mrs. Jeannette Klncald Mrs. Junior Woman's Club suddenly develops "engine now a Seabee, ijraa on the eve Bonds Of The Second Loan 10 Stenagraphers-

Frank Wilson, Mrs. W. H.' Noll- trouble" down In lover's lane and of leaving for foreign service

,man. Mrs W. G. Strblgfellow., The Junior Woman's Club will you simply say "Oh yeah?" pulla when stricken Note from 10 Typists

s k Mrs. W. B. Sewell Mrs.: Bertha meet Wednesday night, May 12, little pair of pliers outta your Marine Sgt. Bill Miner who can't During The Month Of April .

,! 11 Pearce, Mis. Rawson Davis. at 8 o'clock. Hostesses will be bag and patch the durn thing up! write much news that will get by Applicants need not b.

Miss LWlan Stump, Mls. Faye ,!%.ir.. Such a phenomenon is en- the censors >.Wlsh everybodythe skilled workers training
1N Office supplied of all kind for Peterson, Mrs. James BlackahearV; tirely within the realm of reason best of luck for me," he will be provided. Yard

ale at TIle Bradford County Miss Frances Opperman will have what with a dozen or more dar- writes,' "and tell 'em that some- works 48-hour week, with
- Telegraph. the program. ing debbles donning their cover- day, maybe I will return and
situation" Mmmm pay for 52 Hours. New
.... -_.....-n ....,_ -._ .... .-9 alls ,two nights a week and wrenches making Sounds my interesting We Thank Our Depositors And houses and apartments
I with the monkey Friends for Purchasing $95,000.-
FUNERAL DIRECTOR Jt Hear Nina Bishop an' Fred- 00 of the above amount adjoining shipyard soon
Among those. reporting" to Blan- Through to be available at reasonable
My Many Team Experience Make. It Possible for Me to Render die Wimberly think they're so Our Bank. For Our Own Account -
Leonard Smith
dlng Tuesday: rates.Applicants.
EFFICIENT. PROMPT and COURTEOUS SERVICE good they're seriously considerIng -
turning pro Della Rosen- (Jr.), J. G. Alvarez, Tommy Kem- We Purchased $200,000.00of a
MODERATE: PRICES Lucile per and Dink Hart Hear: Treasury Certificates and
berg Grace Wainwright call ot)
Irene Lewis of the Bonds During The Second
DeWITT C. JONES Davis a n' Scootle Duke also (mainstay War
Sturke Florida glimpsed dabbling In the axe! Starke Dry Cleaners staff) has Loan Drive.FLORIDA nearest U. S. EmploymentS

grease moved to town 'after all these ,, lftt: (,Wee for inter
years of commuting Sorry to view.
t hear that Leste MIckler, of the ,- .
Hear Grace! Dew's marriage to '
i Is
same establishment. Is returningto Ho one now employed
Edwin Beane at Blandlng Wed BANK AT
Jax after sewsral months. on STARKEMember critical defense work need
We Are Featuring nesday afternoon was a thing of ''
the local scene ,,. Bill LaMorte ,
beauty as was, of course, the bride apply,t t"
(Lt) arrived Sat rid ay from Camp Federal Deposit Inouranre

Many Lovely Toilet Sets lovely herself .fair. Grace's complexion dark hair found and a Breckenridge, Ky1., and takes up Member Florida .National Group! Corporation ,IT1ii: 1 lie..A.. 'r. of u sMpr. n)

his abode at Blandlng Monday.
for perfect setting in an exquisite Hear Joan Carpenter Is the latest McCLOSKEY&CO.TAMPA .
dress fashioned by the RESOURCES OVER
victim of mumps '. After that $2,000,000.00
skillful fingers of her fond gi'ami- gay party Joan had last Friday FLORIDA

mother Hear Arline (Grace's I wouldn't be all
mol/'er night at surprised -
'J bay iftCombinations sister-bridesmaid minute flurry when) caused she decidedat a last- if the entire younger set 11.1. -

blossomed out with same .
4 o'clock in the afternoon (the If you know what I mean ,
marriage was at 6)) that she ,
didn't like the way her dress was Jr. Woman's Club Spanish. FI-

of Body Colognes, Toilet Waters, etc. made so Mrs. Williamson had to esta Wednesday night was certainly ATTENTIONAll
real ,
do a hurry-up Job practically designed to bring out the

Make Splendid Gifts making It over In lesti than an gyspy In all of 'tis and I must
hour All weddings, I guess,
it succeeded Seldom
!say! 1Mr haveI
to.. have these last-minute hitches .
enjoyed such afeolorful eveningIn Telephone ?
That's what makes them the excitingly Starke Spanish moss hung Users

OUR STOCK OF SOAPIS breathless things they I from the ceiling and bamboo, pal-
are Grace and her sergeant'
mettos an' charm strings turned
STILL LARGEHOWEVER husband should certainly feel well.
bare walls Intobowers! of romance -
wed First came the Catholic The 66th Division and
civil ceremony, then mass and the Keystone Air Field were BEGINNING

then benediction Quite a especially well ,._represented by SATURDAY MAY 8
lengthy ceremony some of thlr most 'eligible' officers
v' Atm 8pbere was, enhanced WE MUST DISCONTINUE
OBTAIN NEW SUPPLIES. LET Glimpsed Lt. Ralph Rhode in by Betty* Hayes Wanda

US FILL YOUR NEEDS FOR SEVERAL town Sunday and guess It will be Pearce, Betty Turner! and Virginia

MONTHS AND SAVE YOU the last time for quite a while Sewell dressed {)n j| Spanish costumes .- PRACTICE

Seems he expected to leave serving at*hat check girls FURNISHING
WORRY LATER. this week for parts unknown but and selling cigarettes and drinks OF

.1.1 .I definitely on foreign soil Or Hit of the floor show was THE TIME OF DAY

perhaps I should say OVER foreign Cp). Eddy King' who,_ to ,these
soil, as Ralph will pilot a untrained ears,'ranks' well In
r Sun Glasses And Ear Plugs Are Now up TO '
fighter plane, you know a class with Frank Sinatra OUR PATRONS "

In Season "Twaa quite a little reunion at the The 925 War Bond, given away

Alvarez place on Kingsley Lake during the evening went to ME s. .
Sunday afternoon as Bill Gra- L. H. Sheppard of Lake Butler :1 I
We Also Have A Limited Number of v,
down from the Naval
ham 'to
was Congratulation. Irene Matthews -
Rubber Water Goggles Air sta. at Glynco. Ga., and A lyce finance chairman,'who had This Action Is Made Necessary By

and Hank (now taking his first the responsibility of the affair On Our Switchboard Congested Conditions
steps) were here from Gainesville on )her capable'shouldersAnd Mak It Difficult'To Main.
Bill will l complete Blimp resting tain Our Standard Of Service.

BATHING TRUNKSVARIOUS School around ,June 1 and will Be Your Cooperation. Will
then be qualified L. T. A. (Lighter u this goes to press lads Greatly Appreciated

COLORS AND PRICES Than Air) In spite of his still an' lassies, my favorite joke of

well-upholstered flgger He i the week Is still the one about the

recently rated another stripe and I'' lonesome little moron who com-

is now Boatswain's Mate 2-c mitted suicide carefully: placinga STARKE TELEPHONE

chair by the side of the bed COMPANY

Koch Drug Store In The Mailbag: Refreshingnote for rigor mortis to set in So

from Mary (Torode) Sturgis. long See you in the nextCarolyn. H. A. BISHOP OwnerP
now in Meridian Mlsa.. says she t "

and brand new dotter. Sue will .






r- BITS of LOCAL NEWS FOWl COMMISSIONEDJewett : : :. will bn reserved frnm any parcel ,
thrnimh which there In an exlellnSState ,
OUR SERVICE MEN C. Fogg, son of Mrs.' 1(0"".. '
da .- -- DetMteil .. 4 Chesley Fogg of Graham, has been I'j A., In NW for of S44 of
t Itrmit "f Interest iMtnrernlnK Sol nf HW4 N of Ilimd S and
went to Jack- Mr. and Mr*. J. H. Longacre, Mr., and Mrs L. llrndfuril Cnnnty ho>w now ner.lnw I nrle II su graduated from the Officer Candidate W nf hoed ft, Bee I, Twp tf! S. UK. .
Kate S. Hutto. Miss > .
.9 Strata ev- who I Onm. l arenti> and frlrndn are nraril. ,oruunrrntv 3o K.: 2 A, .....
spent reside Course at the
111 at the home of Mr. Garnlta Hutto, Mrs. Shellle Hall. by brlmtlnc In nemn and lettrrnfront Quartermaster Lot II Town of t.llwl.y H of II yIn
I with ,i-elatlveB. and Mrs.: J. L. Peek, have as Miss Sharon Hall and Edwin Williams I .the hers ..anngr. .from ........ Her lee School Camp Lee, Va., an,1has SCCH. 2,1, 24, ::13, :2H!, Twp 5 H, lt.
days mew rp also 'IU. to .rlt. to the 1)3) MK
a their guests Mr. and Mra. E. H. spent Siiriuay afternoon In -S 'lelearrnitli. rrpurllnw event* and ...'h..7l'IUIOTI.:1t been awarded his commission 4411 ft of NH>4 of SPJl.4 of SWhSec
hits to Sta -Ibetternclean- Connelly of Miami. I Jacksonville visiting Mrs. Till e f Interrot.The us 2nd lieutenant. Candidates for ,. la. T\\p. 8 H, Its 23T"ir8TKK I K. i
anda \"
1 this school boards
are picked by
man Hutto ,
Ullor'nt/ and young son, Till- OK INTRIl.VAriltlVKMKNT i 1M-:
R r OppoHlte Turk Theatre. Mrs. Roy Dyal of Albany GIL, man, Jr. : : I.NMKY:. : ISSTln'( OIt throughout,. the Army and their :: : Fl'NIl lth' THKI.
HTVTK tK FLllltll.1.I 1
selection Is based! their initiative
returned home upon 1.
Sunday afternoon Hv A. J. ThnmiiM, Kent
t L D. Vinln! la spending after spending three days with M'rs. E. K. ferryman. went to :-'?" ., military aptitude, intelligence "',,,..1 Hrndfoul Cuunt,. It
t s Ga.. with her prior. civilian experienceand
ok m Atlanta. her brother and sister-In-law, Mr. Atlanta Ga.. Tuesday to visit iniict'IT ('0' HT. flit 1DFOBDTill "
Int Mr. and Mrs. W. L. and Mrs W. G. Halle. her son, Comer Perryman, who Is ",' their record to date In the \ "'\. Kl.Ollllt tl l>.. t.-..
kt i't Army. ,' .at": '
err a student at Emory College at John I'lpiT' ruintlff' v.. Simla
Mrs. J. L. McCord, President of Oxford, Ga. MI's. Perryman. will I'lpiT, lf n .'
i c
L Brown and her % 1m 11tlUAMKOIUJ '
Marcus F. Georgia Division, U. D. C., spent also go to Annapolis to visit( her !, ('(* KMH11DA. > NOTU'W Tn Al't'MAH +
er.ln-Iaw, Clifton l Brown son, Emmett Perryman, who Is In IUNT\/.I/ Hth IH43 HTATH t>K "'IOIHIto: ,Susieriper
on a busl-! Friday and Saturday as a guestat the NOTICH 13 IJI ItJolIlJtV) ;.>J thatiiiirniiaiit whoa r<-...li1.qi'.> 'In 5i K..i.-
) i in Tampa Monday the home of Mr. and Mrs. L. Navy. ., to Portion W nf Chapter n..r Avenue, Clifton N. J. 4
1x2110! laws of Klorliln Acts "rItU You are r"'lnlr.J to appear nn
A. .
,k trip. Davis. Mrs., McCord's homeIs I. I u4 ?. known UK the )11111'11Al"t.\ June 7th. 194S In the above named
in Atlanta. Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Baker have v /: Il i h. t"Iluw log dee.Ihoil hold litItrutirnKl Court and. mime, wherein tlnlntirf'
1 Joe Martinezt ,' .. seek divorce BrAdford c'nuntyTvlptrrnph
and Mrs. moved from Sanford nly. Klorliln. will h.offered e
ir Palatka
with i to fur HR|I" at public ittitoiy Khun publish l thin' order
|t the weekend in Tampa Mrs. where Mr. Baker has rf for thrt hljrhfnt t rash tiM in nivxt four weekly IHHUHM.WllnvKn .
A. F. f
Sauls will leave acceptedwar i:1t:
/' Martlnez' mother, Mrs. J. M. ., I mibjni-t In the r : ; the Trinitron : my hand and ofrielalccnl
Sunday morning for Los Angeles, work Likewise Mr. and Mrs. IY1 ?a, of the Internal ImprovvnuMilFlint at Stark; .KlorUla this .Mayth

ut Untz. I :. Calif., for a month's visit with Leslie. Biggs have moved from e'' { N 11M''k i.t 1h.) .tu emu reject,ih...any lirirlnntiiK. Hint All Ht 10:1111 hide: (OFFICIAL, 1941. AI .\I.) A. J. Thomas I
has her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. 1 nVInt Al. nil I the 7th, Uy nf A. Clerk' of said Court. i'",
1,9, Marcus F. Brown as and Mrs. J. W. Brunswick, Ga.. to Jacksonville June A. l I' 1V43 KuHffinont for Win. I). Moitiitn, JaokHonvlllo I "'I...
'ads week her mother, Mrs. Prather, and her where Mr. rnnil iH'Itt* if. nuv 2mi rest ivnii All. for l-lf. K-7 4t a-txe .;;
iilggi has
Miss accepted ..
Fitzgerald, and sister, Mrs. daughter, Louise Snyder. _
war work. Mrs. Baker
and Mrs
'. McNeer, both of Tampa.
Dr. and Mrs. 1>. C. Forehand I i Higgs are daughters o f J. B. a

s Pate C3asnett was called returned home Sunday afternoon Rowe /

, i -lome! In Ozark, Ala., Sun- after spending several days here [ I e

[ ,It oe with her mother, Mrs. with Mrs. Forehand's sisters, Mrs Leonard Klnchcn, who has beenat
Payne who Is seriously 111. D. P. Carpenter and Mrs T. T. the Naval Air Station at Norfolk I S.r.J't.

Long. Va., for the past 18 months
s Leroy Krull and Mrs. W. was a visitor here, Monday and promotion of Luclan Con-

.yen Brown, who have been Mr.: and 1I1'S.V.. G. Halle, Jr., I I Tuesday, upending the night with no. .llOg sometime at the home of West Palm Beach will arrive !M. E. Kdwurds.; He flew 1 to fonner to the rank of sergeant;

II'! and Mrs. L.. A. Davis, left were tomorrow morning and, spend Jacksonville Tuesday, April 27, to has ,been New announced Mexico at the Roswell Sxt Ralph A. Nettles who is $ c ci cweunae
Army Flying
day morning, Mrs. Krull go- Mother's Day with Mr. and Mrs. attend funeral services of his nn Instructor at the Army Air
School. Before
enteilng the Army, i
to her home In Columbus, \V. G. Halle. XVoodfln G. Halle lather, 1L.. Klnchen who died Forces Gunnery School J, Fort
Sgt. Conner attended the Unl-
1 and Mrs." Brown to'. visit her I Is Yeoman, 3rd Class, In the U. S. suddenly Wednesday. He left for! veriity of Florida in Gainesville Myeis Fla., ,returned to his ta-

f@@ |her In llllledgevllle Ga. N avy.THE:! Norfolk yesterday His address! Lion last' week after 20-day fur- I
i U A. 1). A. T. U., Hut H-10.
1 HOME: O.V I''I'ltl.Ot'Gll lough spent with his parents, Mr I ( 0'SI
1 and Mrs. R. A. Nettles their .
State Road Patrolmen C. B. Corporal S. G. Denmark, whose at \\ ;_
Bullock and Charles Ingram have address U 2nd I3n., Hdq. Btry., horn east of Staike. Sgt. Nettles :

exchanged places. With head- 31st C. A., Fort. Tuylor, Key West, is a graduate of B. H. S. and
I qua rteis for both of them at
Florida, al'I.lved'ednesdny to was an outstanding'playel' on the Pepsl Cola Company Long Island City, N. Y.
Camp Blandlng Mr. Bullock has spend a 12-dny furlough with his '
I been working from Camp Blan- parents, Mr. and Mrs. P. S. Den- Tornado football squad Franchlsed Bottler: iVpsi-t'ola Hottlinn: Co. of Jacksonville

FOLLOWINGSTORES ding this way through Bradford I mark.

County, and Mr. Ingyarn from -.- i
Camp Blanding the other way: In
Clay County. Now their "beats"are
reversed, the transfer taking Seaman 2nd class Dempsey K.

effect last Saturday, May .1. Sapp left yesterday\ for the U. S. WANTED : '

-- Naval Training Station, Bainbridge .
WILL CLOSE Office supplies. of nil kind for I
Md., after spending 9-
suit at The Ira.iford County
Telegraph. day leave with. hU parents, Mr. GIRL OPERATORS

and Mis. E. A. Sapp, of New
I River Seaman Sapp enlisted In ,

Jacksonville two months ago, and
Was sent Immediately to Baln-

brldge. He likes the Navy "just

12 O'CLOCK NOON Ill 1 Md.fine"Unit! U.His S. N.address T. S.,U Bainbridge Outgoing Earnings Up To $75 Weekly .


I> ." War Garden Vic '

THE SUMMER SEASON Apply Mr. Campbell .

A A t aJy'e'a Blanding Center Bus Terminal

I .a
Under the Rationing Pro- '. e et isl't r

,. gram You are allowed 3 I
Pairs of Shoes Per Year. uageaak tko Al,r" nay Vlr, an he
irrowH rows of KutiifordHan
taken on a war jnl too-" i1'
Let Us Make Your Old
SISTRUNK'S plying necessary minerals I to tee .
Ones Like New diet. In baked food, 1 level, Ics> NO' I ICE s
Mlioon of Kumford Raking Powder
FEED & SEED STORE supplies Vj the Individual I minimum' sl
TheElectric :dally requirement of phONphnruM,
1-3 the requirement. of calcium. l
I Shoe Shop FREE: Ilumford'n new folder ca.l.-karrmam.
Write today. Rumfor5 Mak-
Across. From. Park Theatre InK Powder Box f, Rumford, |tl>ude .


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This coming Sunday Just In cane
ya, you have forgotten, la Mother'*

Day I reckon that' itbout all r '-
; T ; i fI
"t: t'hatV necessary to say on that I EACH WEDNESDAY \

r"-1 subject.
4 ,
Starting next Wednesday our ,

atom'' will clone at IZ noon In DURING THE MONTHS OF I

order to give our employers a i

half holiday during the stammer


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For Gifts -e '_ ,..
Mother's Day r



Gifts Wrapped tf


have to wait Steward?" TO ARRANGE i
'Will we .44 .ti i 1 ) ,
.' "No, sir, just a few minutes. We've got an I"tra"orry

TOWELS:. .J .-.:"..* -- load this trip, including'a lot of soldiers and sailors.. \ THEIR SHOPPING )1.
And as you probably know, large part of Seaboard's I. I l M. ,

t'.r dining car equipment if being used on troop trains. f. ,

BATH ROOM SETS \ I ail guess ice civilians haven't any kick about that, it'' ACCORDINGLY ;.

up to' all of us to put the war effort first.ss



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, rmrriT BRADFORD Desrrtptl.a A_o..t ofat Descriptionor
l.v COI-HT.
; r I CO'NTY. FLORIIMLI IV IHAV- Laad see.'rwp.Hae..ter. Osaer. Taxes A Casts I.SBU ".... Twp. D.... Ap. Owarr Te"1 y

,: Lewis.' Plaintiff, v*. Sam W'4 of Lot 13 &: E'-r eof All NWH of SWli W of
Lewis, I..fendant.. Case No 2455. Lots 40. 111 It N\ia\ ot 21' la 1 Onl e Freem, II .
pfi ORDER OF PUBLICATION Lot U-Woodlawn 19 II 22 20 lIRyfor Inv Co. 288 N 160 ft of that portionof IJI
AND NOTICE TO APPEAR Lot 89'"T\Voodlawn 19 II 22 10 1). Davis 1.67N',4 HH of !SEU; of SWVi
I Is hereby given that the following described land will be
f E of Rd U 21 6 22
1.28 lying State
STATE OK FLORIDA to: Sam of Lot U-Woodlawn J9 II 22 II otto tlchmld Lindsey Orlffis
'(. Lew., whose residence lit. Unknown sold at public auction on the 1st day of June, 1943 at Stark, the Lots 2 4 9. 12 Com 420: fet N from SE 18 I

You are required to appear onJune County of Bradford State of Florida to pay the amount dUe for tares 14. tl 1.3. 22.: 1.J3.1I.25.. 28: Cor of 8W>4 of SWVi
In the above named 21. 28-WofJdlawn 20 IS 22 1&0 lIrayfor Inv Co. 13.20 & run W 115 ft N 60
1' 7th., herein Net opposite to the same, together with all cost. of such sale
ft K 115 ft S50ftto
Lots 19 20
Court and cause, wherein plaintiff 19" 30Wondlawn -
. .seeks divorce Bradford County and advertising. : ,.' 20 II 23 40 F. W. Hall UII pt of SEeCor 21 8 23 Josephine Ell. i

;, Telegraph' shall publish I thin Order Lot 67-Woodlawn, 20 6 22 10 Unknown 1.41 I A In of a 12-A isuo 11 I
In next four weekly :Issues. U..rlpU..211 A.......t ..1et JoJII of NWtx /. tract of land formerly ,
Witness my hand and official land reeTap.liar. A..r. Owner 'ra,r.. A Casts. 1 A-f'.m..t. <'rY 21 II U 19 C. I. & lIl. Dln.fellow 3.78 owned by P. C. Good-
k deal I at Starke, Florida, thin April SW's of N\'Vl'' &: W4! ot wine In N'6 of NEU of
28th 1)143.OFFICIAL) sav ot NIia! of NE4! 10 7 19 40.J. W. Surrency 82,51NWI 81... of NW4 22 I 22 GO.1. C. Prevatt 3.13 1 l 1.f bounded' N by .
REAL) A. J. Thomas 11 7 19 40.1. W. lot 21 6 22 ,) Rosa Hall
( of NW14 urrency 4.11II
An Clerk of Kald. Court. .. TOWN 01" LAWTEY W OF RY. :&.1 15 22 SW t4 of Hlk 6 S of R 3 21 I
.e K. K. Ferryman, Starke, Florida. flE'4 of SE'! 211 II 20 40 N. W. Mann 3,66NF. ... W In NEST of 8WU

1t 1th 4'' .Atty. for Pit 4-80 4t-5-21 '/ ot SW'i 1 8 20 40 A. P. .John. 1.28 Rlk 3 Ex Lot 2 ... \\ 'onao Orlfflll 7.64 Temple's Sub Div-2x'
1 All My of NEW 44 Lot a of Dlk a 'on.o (irlffls. 8' 22
sp of Branch J2 8 20 25 o'onnle Crews 3.21\ Lots I, 2. 3. 4. 'ot Blk W"HI! of Blk S S of R 4 3 Ja. Dell
+ {I ( Try iv ciHcfrr C'O"RT. niiAOKoititCOI'VT RE'4 of N V% Ex Road 11 6 20 37 Fonnie Crew. ...14NW11. 8 W C. 'Woolen 10.71 W lying K of W line 18 I
;' 'Y, FI.OIUIJAI lll.*>- ot NW.4 4It N2! otHW Lot I ot Halt fllk II A. }!. Harley 11.20 of NEVi of SWVi In .
KHV. of NW'4 13 8 20 I 80 W. B. Luenby 1.68 Loth 2. a. 4 of Hall Hilt: Temples Sub Dlv U' 22 ..r' '.
1 Raymond J Heltman, PlalntlffJ vs I & 2 A InNFt4Cur 6 A. H. Harley. a.78 WV4 I of BIH 1 N of R 3 6' Rufus RlgMby. E. .
Elisabeth M. tleltman. ant. 8EH oroE: of NEy4 of Half Elk 1 lea F. Young 1.28 & filkall Frac of B'4 .,. ;. t 42
Case No. 2454ORDER 14 8 20 U W. R. I.uenb 1.114 Via. Lot I Unknown .11. of N nf R 3 B : \"
'SS OF PUBLICATION All Lot 11 S of River 19 8 20 Hay Sawmill Co. 1.98 S of Free .sold N. D.

} AND NOTICE 10 APPEAR All 812 H of River Ex TOW 01" LAWTFY E Ole ."_Ne,'". 23, 24. 23. 211 5 22 Hagaman being B49 ft
S STATE OF FLORIDA/ toi Elisabeth SE'4 of SIt% 2i) II 20 110 Ray Sawmill Co. 1.85 NASA: being all said ,M

1.J 4 M. Heltman whose. residenceIs. Lot 7 of fllk 8 &: lots I E flll !: of Lot 6 & E U Fiao W of B line of ,;, ': .
121 Kant Clinton Hlrett. Lock 2. 4. 6, 8 of BIk: I 29 Lot 7 A. M. Town"on 3.13 NW'i ot NWVi & E'4!! ''.7 .
In.v.n. .'...n. .& Lots 2. 4. 8. 8. 10. 11 All lot 11 W of OldLawtey of N '4 of Blk: 1 N of
1 1 You are required to appear on of Elk SO A Lots 2. 4. &' Middleburg R 2 E A RV* of SW'iof
11 June 7th. 1948 In the above named 8 of IlIk 31 &: Lots 2. Public Road A. O. Ayers 2.114 Blk 2 N of R 3 K

Court and cause, wherein plaintiff. 3, I\, 6 9, 10, 11, Lot I tlllb Div ot.Lot 13 W. J. Barber 1.94 Temple Sub Dlv 22 6 22 10 Mr. Grace Ford
'3 r' seek divorce Bradford County of 81k' s'1.J : Lot 12 ofHlk Nt4 of Lot III IIrlnllon & Brown 8.55 All 1 land lying on E AS .. IU

;. ,, r Telegraph' h weedy:II this Ord..rWltn. 4a &: Lots 2. 3. 4. Com Lt 8W Cor af Lot sides of the old
d'' 1I In next four Imiueii. II, 8, 7. 8 of BIk44 & 11 & run E 100 ft for Starke A Lawtev; Public .
9 ? ..... my hand and official Lob. 2, 4 of Blk 45 & a Jj\.fftb"l thence run Rd In Sec 22 knownas
e d seal at Starke Florida this April Lots 2. 3. II, 8, 1. I''. of131k N 75 ft 8 137ft the O A. ThrowerSr
1? 27th, 1943.OFFICIAL.. 4'1' It Lots .12, 3. 1fW 75 tt to pt ot prop..rly-10.82. A
w ( SEAL) A..J. Thomas 4. 6. 8, 7 8, 9. 10.<< It.J2 John Orlffle S.H In NE Cor of NWU ofThaWu
J Aa Clerk of said Court.J. of BIk 41 & ulk.11II Com at SW Cor nf Lot 23 6 23 11 Mr. Grace Fold
i 'S S. HarrlNxn. Jacksonville., Florida 118-N..w HiveI' 23,24 II 20 EmU Mitchell. 12.32 11 & run N 274 ft E of SWVi\ of 141
1 Atty. .for Plf. 4-30 41-6-21& RE'.. of NE' 33 11,20 40 Elisa Wilson 2.10 160 ft for beg SE'-i & SV'of SEVi
1\I"\ '.4 3. 8 20 160 First. Bond It thence run aNPJI7f E of SEU' S of Rd 48 23 6 22 20 Ernest 'Vund''erlkh
'UI'DI"4)1I1) Mortgage Company 18.09 1/10 It S 878 ft-W '100 F.''r.of SWU, N of Rd 24 6 22 .12 A. J. Thomas 1

c f} iv rinrt'iT. F..OR'O.'II"coi HT Lots 1. 2 1 1 20 107 C. L. Atkinson 13.79 ft to pt of beg David Mack ,,3.U w4 of NEV 26 8 22 IjO.Ernest Wunderluh ;}j1 jj jjIK
CO I NTV. of NE'4 It RWt4. of Com Rt I SE: Cor of !Ilk 18 Wi< of SW"Wot NWA
l + t a.' IBHV.T.. Whitford Plaintiff, V*. 1v E'4" & that portion of &: run W'80 ft for apt SEU; olr' r>( NWUA
Clayton Cane HE',' of E of4'ubllic of beg thence run N NW'i o!
rt "I ) ? Gladys \Vhltford, Defendant. t() JV'4 8 7 20 123 C. C. Melvin 32.13 N274ft W90ftS274ft SWU Kx S M.3 A 26 6 22 110 Leon Pe<. n<''lo .
No. 9441.L OF PUBLICATION Lot 1of Hlk t & Lot J2flf E 80 ft to pt of beg Lillie Mae Howard 3.88 N'-j\" of 8Fnf' 28' 22 20 V, E. Larsen jjj]
+ ORDER APPEAR Rlk 11 It Lots 2. 1 Com at SE Cor of Lot 18 Com At MS Cur of RE', j
M AND NOTICE TO to Gladys of Hlk J2-Ward City 8 1 20 1111'11. T. P. Ward Est 4.12 A run XV 160"ft for apt of NEU & run W 882 ft
jI 4 9 p, STATE OF FLOIUDA address: IK cloGeneral Lot 2 of RIk 3 &: Lot 4 of beg thence run / Southerly about '1980 ft

,, k Whltford.Delivery whose Indiana of Elk I-Ward City 8 1 26 tlIr... Oaena olwln 1.89 N tfrtOpto: 8 !137 K 120 ft to Sec line
t )rt Topeko, on Lot 7 of Bik 3 &: Lot 3 airs. Laura E. ft 3 beg Alice Brown 2.67 thence N tu place. of
I You arc required to above appear named of Blk lI-Wllrd City 8 1 20 Baxter EMt. 2.59 Com Ht SE 'or of Lot 18 beg 27 6 22 12 Leon Decandln
June 7th., 1943 In the plaintiffS Lots 22 23 24 2G 26 of131kof A run N 274 ft for apt All that portion of NW'i' I 111
Court and cause, wherein County II-Ward dl 8 7 20 C. C. Melvin 8.98 of beg thence run of SEU lying W ofCanal
; seeks divorce. Biadford W 240 ft N 102 ft E
S NEli &: NJo.4 ot & N of Call St
this Order
;';.elrPf'.u: : h weedy:I:Issues. 101/.4/: T':x nv. 9 7 20 74 WRray Corp 9.73 240 ft S 102 ft to lit. and E of Weller St ex ,
official NW Ry' 0 1 20 38 Waray COI'p. UINWI,4 beg Cella. Duncan 3.44 homes of E. B Hai
Witness. my ,hand and this April 'y. .fN 1.(4( &EV\u 'f Com at SW Cor of Blk rell. H. H Houston AChas.

seal. at Starke Florida 10 1 20 108 Waray Corp, 14.811SWi' 18&: run N100ftfor I A. Jenkins 28 6 22 ,-Elandlne( Center Im
26tb.irlgI4'i: Thomas ,fFNWR' a pt of beg thence runE80ftN174ftV$0 Com on 8 side of Call St 42:TX
A..J. NW'1 ENW ofSW'4
( :
t Court. & E side of Water st
Aa Clerk of said Florida : Ex 1 Tract ;2'15 33 ft H 174ft to pt of at new. designated Intersection .
v 8 21 T. Frank Landrum Starke 41-5-21 ft In HW Cur ot NEy4at beg George Coleman 3.H tit i'tin East.erly I
| J| Atty. for Plf. 4-30 SW'/. 13 7 20 284 H. T. Hough 311.88 Corn .t BE Cot' of Lot I parallel 1 with Call I
-- RW'4 of NW'.4 U 7 20 40 r. L. Drawdy 2.38 18 A run W 180 ft N St 220 fet thence

Fom. E'6 of NEV1"of SE\\ 14 1 20 20 IL L. Hough 2.38 137 ft for a ptof f'J5: Southerly at 1'1 I sr h t tangles '
1 iv rmrtiT; Co1'RT. nnAi> t3 E14 Et! II A N thence run 8 to Call St 25
(rotTY Fl.OHIUAl IV CIIA> fOdEY.; 15 7 20 311 T. L. Drawl 2.1111 .1:71tptEolOb: : S 137 ft thence Easterly and

CKHV. S 10 A of SF4 of MW4! 111 7 20 10. Brooker Tilt. Co. 1.48 Charlie Scott 2.97 parallel, with s a Hdntieet ;*:, '
James Wylt Johnson Plaintiff Vefel1dant.Caee vs.. All NW'4 ot NW\, N ot Lot 25 Frank & Lola Bell 2.23 280 ft, thence 4i,
Margaret HOBS. Johnson, Road III 1 20 20 L. Z. Williams. 3.32S N 180 ft ot Lot as llurta Peoples' 1.64 Southerly at right i .-
No. 2453.OKDBK SW'Q angles 101ft\ thenceW
OF PUBLICATIONAND & .4Ro 3.4 of 8' rE of: O'I"I'N tll'D I'V'T LAWTEYStJ parallel to Call. St

NOTICE TO APPEAR NW'i E of Branch & 280 ft thence N at '"
STATE OF FLORIDA toi Mar. All NEVi of HW, E of of Lot 1 Alberta Watkins 1.84 right angles 25 ft u
garet Ross whoae rent Branch & NW'i of W 48 ft of E97ftofN theme, W parallel, with
dence Is. *030 FirstoAV. .., Corao- HIS'/i Ex 2 A--Ceme. 120 ft of I.ot 6 Lee tlllller 1.17 Call. st 220 ft to WaterSt -
polls, Pennsylvania tery A Ex 1 Am In SB W 49 ,t ot N 120 ft of theme Northerly

You are required to appear on Corner 18 7 20 129 H. E. Stokes. 10.76 Lot Js sale Moore 2.24 100 ft to Pt of beg 28 6 22 Blandlng Center
June 7th., 1943 In the above nam..dCourt SW of NE<4 A of S 39 ft ot S 169 ft ot nil:

and cause, wherein plaintiff \ ,/ 1. 13 Eli of Lot II Leonard Crawford. 1.77 ORIGIV.41. TOWN OF MT4RKB 2''*" 0 22
seeks divorce. Bradford County Nwitf: NWI41t NE'of / R 39 ft at Lot II Huth Jenkins. 1.47

el publish I this Order 8WNW\. orW Lot I Annie Hober"on 4.60 Lots 6, 7 of Blk 13 R.I.
: Spark
: rPf'.u'.h: ; weekly Issues. NE',. of NEt4 Ot NWSI. 24 II 22 10 C. C. man Sill
In 5934\ 22 7 20 212 Tlrooker Tilt. Co. 23.48 Gunter 2.48 Lents 2, 4 & W 40 ft of
Witness my hand and official of (' 8E1,4 &: SEI4 tit NWS4 Ex 14 A Lots 6. 8 ofIlk 15 Chas.
seal at Starke. Florida, this April avof iJE'/L 23 1 20 80 D. D. Saunders 18.14 In Hid C'or 24 II 22 28 Unknown 11.81 Lots lt 3 of Blk 16 Ex Rosenberg- I 111.1 I:
28th. 1943.OFFICIAL Com 80 chns ''v of NE AE\4\ "f NEI4 of R\VI. 24 6 23 10 Catherine" Wilson 2.48 W 2.' ft Carl filch
i REAL) A..J. ThomasAs 25 & H of NWV &: I lot Com 22 lit!
( : ('or of Sec run 8Ik .otor"'lh. ft 2 Ins .-
Clerk of said Court. 110 chns W 28 chns. N !4 of NWS4. 24 II 22 40 Carl' Carter 4.32 E of NW Cor of Lot 2
T. Frank Landrum.. Starke. Florida, 80 chns E 20 chnlO to FI'. of SW' ot NEt 25 II 22 20 Ah.mle Lou Edwards 3.48 of Hlk 20 & run S 41
: Atty. for Pit.4f 4-80 4t-B-21 Heg Ix E 8 A of N N'. of aWl ot NW'. ft E 21 3.4 ft N 41 ft
20 chns. Also Com 80 flx Rd 25 II 23 J7 Lee. Miller 2.24 to Call $t thence. W
.hna W ot NE Cor of NWV' ot NE', of SWI4 25 II 2a 10. Willie Strong 2.48 to Pt of Beg
l FOIinCOIJVTV Tom Bui'rell
C"R'I'IT'o'n'r.. BR' of NWt. of MW'4 25 II 2a 10 I.oul.e JSI':
4f IV 1'1.0 211 & run R 340 ft Nftt' Stanley 2.48 Lot 6 Ex N 10ft of
'I FLORID" IV 4-1IAV- ,. a. NW'4 of tWI!; 25
for a thence of3Wy4 122 10 M. L. Paul 2.48 W'a & N 10''; ft of
(''' R 1'. run H \o"fftb W 1264 ft of N"E''I'f )4E'4 Lot 8 of Rlk ?0
Plaintiff, "... Mary of Jessie' E. Livingston I SMIW.
Robert C. Culp. NVy3of
N 980 ft E 1284 ft to A 'y Und. Int. 1 lot 82 I
\4I :t brlt. Culu, Defendant Case No. 1ell'-29 A 211 7 20 14t H. n. Ford 14.91 or 140fOfSff;? 211 II 22 10 Catherine Wilson 4.08kw'4 ft B & W by 105 ft
2452.ORDER PUBLICATION 1':12 of KW'.4 of RW'4 n II 21 20 Mr. H. C. Edwards 1.83 S\\ }.. of N & S bounded. .V by
OF SEI C & John 25 II 22 II Wlllle Cain 1.94
N' Items Nollman
1 AND NOTICE TO APPEAR MaryKbrlte N?I40fOfK"NE'tffo -kl' n : n fg C.: ft Rents. HIIIt NWy.. of 8E'4 of RW'.4 ''n"'V' 1by by Walnut'Huuh-''
STATE OF FLORIDA to! of 8W'.1 33 121\ 113 J. W. Townsend & NW\ of SWof
4 or W'4 3.90 St.
22 28 6 22
Culp, whose resilience In of 84 12t\ NWy. 25 II 22 20 Richard Smith 2.1\4\ H. Noegel Jr UKMike
: of NW'4 NWy4 20 Mrs. H. C. Edwards 1.113 Com at 8W Cor of :Madison -
N. Rock Street Shamokln. Pennsylvania. 1'1 N Rd 2 8 21 167 Mr.. Annl. n. AIv..res 2.89W' SEV4 of SWI/1 of SW'4 25 6 22 10 P. I. &: M. DlngfellDw 2.48 &: Bay Hts & run
( f'4N1t&: ES4 ofNW'4 SW14 of fllof NWS4 25 /b; 22 10V.. C. v"r.o & Bro Ine. 2.48 S 236 ft for a, pt of
You are required to appear on I 4 8 21 180 E. E. Norman 3.18 SEt3, of 8Jo1: of HW'i 25 II' 22 10 leorge Stronll 1.64 beg thence run W 105
14 June 7th. 1943 In the above named Wof SES4 of : :IS 6 22 10 Edgar Williams J.64
& toWW'? sJ ft 8
and wherein plaintiff NE'i.ot NEi! : E 3 .: '... NWy4 6214 ft E 10S
Court cause, .
NE NW'4! &: W\fa\ ft N 52ft\ to Pt. of
y' q Keek divorce. Bradford CountyTelegraph of SW'4 8 8 n 880.1. W. Townsend 28.88 of SEI': of TIE'4 28 5 22 a Lynwood Crawford 1.84 Beg 28 8 22 .
Order l of Dew 1M
shall publish I: .I. 8F4 of NES4 Ex 1 A- EItEo: I SWS4 ot 1 lot of land In Starke
Ktv In next four weekly Issues.Vltness Cemetery 13 6 21 39 Frazier Kelley 1.40 28 II 22 II Joe Reed 1.94 114 ft N A H by 210
official N 195 ft of E 430 ft of
'I', \ my hand and
8' of RWI A ft E & W
HW4! bounded
Btarke Florida thin April NK 8Eu4 of 8WI, of NEt 28 II 22 2 Jessie Moore
LI Meal at : of SWLI Ex 10 A of: 1.94 by Sanderson Lane A
t 26th irM'li In NW ('or 13 6 21 DO Empire I.mbr. Co. 8.79 N'l A W fOfR NWy4 in : S by Hoytt St 28 6 22 Jane liiLIV8VG9'roV
:. SEAL) A. J. ThomuA. Mary Green Est
40 I Kirby
; ( Clerk of said Court. NW I0fNJ' n : n 40 Mrs. E. L, Blue Ug 'or N\fa\ of SW34 of ",
Florida, 21 I 22 TRIBY ( O'S StBDIV OF VKVi\ OF NEVi :ilM IAnnie ZI
rt Landrum. Starke. NW:1: 35 E. E. Edwards 7.43
Frank [leg at V4 \. ..' '
Cr tvW ;
4t-B-31 t1 NEy of
Ally; for' Plf. of NW & AIAw' El o"itR Lots 1, 2, 8 of Blk 1 I"
run N a6 degrees W 28 IS 22 8 F. A. Fisher 2038 Blk 2 Williams Ext.

IN CIRCUIT COUNT. HHAOFORn 1311 ft tn Nee linethence NW y( of SREWv4 of SE'. 26 /; 22 40 Marar.r..t Carroll 7.1\4\ Rlk: 6 Annie Williams Ext 1.0:N
'IIAN&RY. N 370 ft to NW :1 28 II II 10 HatU. Moor. 1.\14 4 Blk .r
'O"NTY' FLOKIUAI IV ( NWSI SW% of MEI4 &: Lots oflPlk f Unknown:; J 18
(' 'or of NW'i ot FlW'i \+ad18; ; E 191 It of SWy4 ot 1. 2 19 Ill'
Carrie Turner
Plaintiff va. thence E 11I0 ft S 880 '" .;' Lot 3 of Blk 19
Vera HaVrls Sheppard, 'f. aw", cof SE'. 28 I 22 13 Unknown Mose Graham H
Charles E. Sheppard, Defendant ft to Beg Ex 1 A on r: Wiy! of SETA of SW1,4 ot 1.08 :StfeViW.0': Elk 28 A. R. Randolph .
N side & 3-4 A in !
Case No. 2149ORDER .\ .. : "' 21 I 23 II Peter TI.dale 81'. A. R. Randolph .
Of PUBLICATION NE Cor 4 7 21 6 Mary C. Plllard 4." SEI4 0l REV of AWv & 3.78 bk'2VL of Elk 27' A. T: Paul ?.*>
AND NOTICE TO APPEAR All NWU of SEU N of RI' of 14It't' of"BE' Lot 2 $.1
STATE OF FLORIDA to: CharlesE. SAL Rv A S of OR & .& Wyy of SEI4 of 8E4 l/ Lots 3. 4 Blk 30 oean J-u
Sheppard whose residence Is 231 F Ry A E of Platted. ..lit 8420 ft of fiE' ofof S 60 ft of Lot 4 of Blk Willie Robert

Hamilton Avenue, Glen Rock New land. 4 1 21 I Unknown 1.11 RE'4 of AJIJ'1''1I" 21 6 22 117 B. F.' Halter 15.13 Lots 33 Ida Simmons Ill)!
nik 40 Sampson City A 2. 3 of
4 of NEV of l SE'4 Blk :SJ
21 II I 111
Jersey.You Ey1 23 20 Margaret Carroll Alfred Barnes.
E of Blk 40 la 2.48 Lots I
required to appear on 1 A : NE', of & 1. of Jllk 40 '
are In the above n.m..dCoort E<4 of NWof SWU' 4 1 21 a Mary C. Pillard I.U liE' of N of i1E' : Lots 1.: 4 lUk 41 Unknown 111'
7th., I94S 28 II 23 .H
June 30 'Lonnie W. Sam Franklin
plaintiffseeka All of SEVi E of Lots 4111:1.\ ; P.II" 2.U Lot. 1 2 fBlkLots U .
44. : II '
ldE'v{ 10. ::
divorce. Bradford County 20 7 21 20 n. R. flurren"y 1.24 8> In Woodlawn Lot 4 RIk, 42 Bertha Lee Dell 'fj.
ao '
shall this OrderIn SEVi of SE'4 21 1 21 40 Unknown 3.00 Et,, ot' Lot 11Woodlawn 1:11: 80 H. D. Starling a.72 1. 4 Blk 45 Jessie Guyon !!
publish lot
;Telegraph next four weekly :Issues. 65A In N't, of NE'4 deeded e 3J II 12 61 I Lots 2, 3 Blk 46 Sarah Scott J Lot!!
Villa Sarah
William Starling 1.89 Lot Scott
to JonesEx I &
Witness. my hand and officialseal T.ot. 28. 27-Woodlawn 31 II' U 20 W. R. Crawford Lot 2 of
Rd A 84 of SEU 1.03 Blk 47
Florida, this April BW14 of
at Starke. % U 1 21 73 Norman Blue 10.91 E'7E'4 & \ of )3EtI Lot 2 of Blk 41 Fannie McCall |III
26th 1943.OFFICIAL AIIfNNW. J.1I
of W of Salll William. '
i A..T. Thomas NW'i of NWV ot- NE'434
( : Aa SEAL Clerk) of said Court.T. All Rd NWH Ex W of 9 NEVi 1.3\ A of U 1 21 1 Clyde Morgan Young 1.18 Lots. 10. 1f, 18 Peet.vlile .- II U 10 E.III. Blount 3.41 l.IV.rroV. TRIBY ('0'" ADD ITIOV2F :lit 1 8

Frank for Landrum Plf. Starke 4.30 Florida 41-6-31 NEVi E! of Ry 29 1 21 8 R. 8. Surrency 1.34 N 400 ft of Lot 11 311 IS 22 9 William Siron g 2.24 : L"s-
Atty. K't
Com at NW Cor of NW4 Peetavllle, < '
of NEU A run S 21$ 15 II 22 4 Ella Cain 1.94 Mr*. J. E. Wilson "!

iv cmci'ir roi'IIT. BRADFORD yds K 116U yule N Lote 16. JI-Pe.l.vllle 311 II 22 14 W. J. Strong 2.08 Lots S. 6. 8.9. 10 W. P. Smltb 1111
COI'NTY FL.OH1UAI IV IHAV- 210 yd* W 116)4) ydsto Lot. II, zO'-P..t.vlll.: "311 II 21 13 William Strong N'1r of Luis Blk 11 Carl Rltch 1
1.84 2. 13
('. IIY. beg 29 1 It 8 Mrs. n. n. Jones 11.83 Lot & Lot.
Clinton Joseph Ledet, Plaintiff vs.Catherine WVj of NEW of NWIS 2 II II U Carson M. Grltrlll 1.48 19-P..et.vlII. 311 II 22 8 Peter Tisdale Jr. 2.48 3.II (HIk Hi.,. of Lots 4,

Iloth Ledet. Defendant.Case Lots 6. 6. 7. 6. 31, 22, 27, Lot U-P..t.vllle 35 121 6 Llllle TIRdaie 2.08 Lots 3. 13 A \:V, T. Week Est, 120

No. 1449 OF PUBLICATIONAND 37, 88. 39 40, 41, 43, NFt4 :l N 'fOfo NWL::""4 U g n 10 Sara Hayes 2.48 of Lot 120f Hlk S 1f9 ft
ORDER 41, 45. /8. 49. 60. 51.. 1.4 Lots. 8, 9 of Floyd Green ji-J
TO APPEAR W of NWS4 Blk 16
NOTICE 53. 61. 54 85. 56. 67. 68. NS4 of
10 Enoch Strong 1.94 Cora A. Brook
STATE OF FLORIDA to: Catherine 60.: 81. 62. 63WoodW4 of NW' 3C II 21 UOHkV? ( 13. '
III C. I. & M.
Dlnllf..llow 1.84
Roth Ledet, whose residencela % 10 122 366\ Carl Becker. 2jjjl. Eu of s4V! ot NWS! I 8 22 20 A. (C. Sumner I, 2 13 E. L. Williams ill
1019\ Fourth Street New Orleans. of Lot 9-Wood lawn 10 II 23 : V I 8 U 40 J. M. Urlffls 1.28 L6M1 / I Loa;; 14 ot Blk
Louisiana.You :'10 of Lot 9 A all Lots All tSEy; f Ww'\ 6fWRdof Lots 3 Mr 13ii.
are required to appear on 10. II A Wli of Lot 8 8 U '2\'Jik7'2: 3' 9. 10. B. M. ThomasC.
June 7th., 1943 In the above named. 11-WoodlawnLota to II 21 30 Mr... Tn".a Becker 4.10 1iJWa: ; NE S4 & 18 WIlliam F. Booth 1.68 Lot. / i I
wherein plaintiff 20 Unknown 2.41 H\:44 of NtiVy4 or' 13' 14 of Blk 27 L. Peek Est
Id 122 /
Court and cause, 35/ -WoodlawnLot III \ 4 8 22 ltStarke
Bradford County to Unknown of 110 A. J. Bryan 3.72 13-T.mple'. Add Ira & Shara Young
seek divorce. 44-WoodlawnLot 10 II 21 12f! NEIoO NEt4 9 8 23 to
shall this Older 80 32 Woodlawnlx It //I 21 \I.for. Inv Co. a.08 W-.o! of NW of 411 Lois Adkins 3.85 I
Telegraph' publish: NWI10 6 U Lots 8 28 6 22 417
In next four weekly: Issues. >l 61-WoodlawnWV 11 122\ 10 Paul Enarll- 1.117 NW rot .... % 10 Ja. J. Bailey 1.48 14 9, 10J u1 11. 12. 13. Unknown

Witness. my hand and official of SEVi of NEU 12 II 22 10 H. W. Ulland 1.87 RyWk H of Rd +) 10 6 21 II O..or.e Griffis Temp, 16 le'. Blk 14-
seal at Htarke. Florida, this April I Lots 51. 54. 69. 60 .A N'4 W'iJ of of' NE', II 8 23 20 Louise! C. O.rdlner 1.40 Starke;! AddltlonUlk to ,
26th 1043.UFFIC'IA. of Lots 57, B8, InWoodlawn Rip of SWI4 ofNE4! II ,8 22 3.32 Lora t8 6 22 6U
( AssEClerk: A. said ... 11 II U 50 'V. C. De'o & Bro Inc, 11.00 WI 4 of SW'". of NEt4 11 6 22 20 20 A.Unknown O. 3.32 21 12. 13. U of Blk Unknown
of Court. Lots 1. 9. 3, 4. 11. 14. y of NEt. & W'4 0'NE" ROllere 3.32 10 Rlarke T..mple'. Addition

T. Frank I.andrum, Starke Florida 16, 14, 17, 18, 2". 30.: of NW\4 A E Blk 33. 28 6 23 U
Atty. for Plf. 4-10 41-6-81 51. 32, 33. 34, 33. 38, 11 A of 8E'4 of NW1dlIAinNendofW 34 It & Lot I of Blk John R. Dyktr
46. 46. 47. 48. 60. 83, 10 Lots I. 1. _
iv cuTrviT coi'HT. BRADFORD 64.: In WoodlawnLots 13 II U 2110.1. W. Bilker 2Ut It A of SE'4 of NWl4. 12 I 22 In 1111'. Pearl Addition of Blk S2Prek. '.
COTNTY, FLOHIUAl CMAV> S, 6, 11. 12-Wood-' W to A of E 21 A or Starling 3.28 Pots to Starke 28 6 HIID
40 1. H. Williams RE" of 3 (, 6 22 Margaret Carroll
lawn 13 II 22 4.110 NWy4 u' II
Oscart H. Orlm. Plaintiff I vs. Star Lots 17 Woodtawn 18 II II 20 Mary: E' Ward 316 Wty of YWI, II 6 21 10 40 W.I. W.H.Conway Andrews 2.11 stark it. eek'a A8ddl tlonBIk[

R. Orlm I Defendant Case No. SWVi\ of SEVi of NBVi 14 II U 111 Nellie W. Frank I.n 18 1 II 80 Unknown 1.28 Lots 28
ORDER OF PUBLICATION E'i of SWU of SEU U II 12 20 Rosa Wllliame 1.114 EI4 of SE'4 of NWI4 4: 11.89 13. U of Blk R. 6 23 B. K. Perryman

AND NOTICE TO APPEAR Lots 13. 19-WoodlawnLots 14 II 21 20 CI.mmle Ford '.113 NE'4 of NE" of R\\ I4 It 8 22 10 Ernest O..n.r ttarke Rising: Add I t l Ion to
FLORIDA MaryR. 11 23 SW\\ of ioIFV..of NWtl & 2.H
I STATE OF to: 14. 26.r- Lot 28 ill
Orlm, whose residence.. la Baltimore Woodlawn 14 II 21 40 Unknown 11.11 3A In ME cor of 8w14 2 ot Blk 32 3. )1. 6 23 William C. PowellMary
Maryland Lot 14-WoodlawnLot 14 II 22 10 O. H. Pierce 1.41 of NW L It U 13V. M. Add it/on to
KIrby Starke
on 39 In Woodlawn 14 II 12 10 Unknown 1.47 Rib of N E'4 of RWt 2.78
You are required to appear It 6 II 20 1. D. 'Bob.ln 2!, 28 fl
A 6
.Tun 7th. 1948 In the above named Lot 43. Woodlawn 14 II 21 20 Unknown 1.41 S'1o of NWti. E" hon A 1.84 ('or E of Ry ''n SW 22 B. Maloney

Court and cause, wherein plaintiffweeka Lots 6. .. T. 8. 9. 10 11. E aide 11 1 II IS Joe Peeples bounded of SE\\< of SWV4
divorce. Bradford County 11 Z3, 1/. 36 In Wood. An u"divided one-b. 14.3' N by John..
( Telegraph' shall publish this Order lawn III I 2J 110 :II.ror In,. Ca .... Inter..t'ln all NE' of Add W by Ity a by
In next four weekly. :Issues. I Lots IB, 16. 31-Wood- NE",. W of Rd II" IG Line Lots 9.
'Witness my hand and official lawn 111 II 21 80 D. L. Rlar.b 4110 E'1o of NW'4 of NE' 11 6 U IiIi Ur..en"lltchell. \ John.of IIlk: 47-J. M.Starke .
a.al at Btarke. Florida this April I Lot 15-WoodlawnN'4 15 II II 10 Stanley "rund..a 2.41 SE" of NEIL Ex 1 A 11.11 Add)t 10" to
In NE ('nr ..
of Lot. 46-Wuod.i Ex 4 1.4
26th 1943.OFFICIAL i: SEAL) A..J. ThomasAs i lawn 15 II U II F. A. Flllher A In NW {'or II U II Matilda Dixon Lot 3 of Blk : 3, Lot 21 28 8 22. J. G. Boyd ill
( Clerk of said Court. Lot B3-WoodlawnWS III II II 10 MrL E. U. Harvey 1.17. Com at NE Cor of' flE'4tof 11.11 .or Rlk 7 Clay Park
: of Wood. NE", run 1'1' 'lIj : .
T. Frank Landrum star Florida, Lot 60- S18'DfWLoa 4C Add 28 fM
for Pit. 4-30 41-6-11 lawn III II.U IS Av.ry L. Ke.ver 1.71 nmu NE 144 of Ulk 12 8 22 T. R. Young
Si, of Lot 61-Wood to Beg
("'OI'RT. BRADFORD lawnEVb 11 IS II I A. Stoker a.u Ex N 1 A 11. z. IS Gilbert
CIRCUIT Dixon lit
IV! "ITY FLORIDA IV CHAN of Lot 60-Wood, NW\i'"ot 8W14 of 'NE14.nd '.41 mmt 6 Floyd Green
'' rOil' RI' lawn 11 I U IS 1011'1I. E. O. Harvey l.n NEV4, of 8E" of :

Dorothy c. J. Moose, Jr. Plaintiff vs. LoU.IiI 2. 3w\Z'\ l' 16, NW'4 11 1 II 20 F. II, Packham 2.41 C II
Lots 1 *
Defendant.Case A Lot Cor "
Walter L.: Moos*. Jr.. 3L:na.F ,4 Floyd Green
y : .
3451. 31 A all Lot. 18. 40, once E. Sub gj'lV'-11'1"
No. 43, 63. Woodlawn 16 II II UII Ma.for Tnv Co. 1218 Div In Naw IT U 120 Arthur Da1. tt
AND) NOTICEPTOLAPPEAR Lot 141 l.-io 11 II U ao E. C. Mosley US SLtEnf' E 1.3 of NW\4\ of 2.gg beg th..nce run E 170 of

OF FLORIDA to Walter Lot 215 ft of .. 18 II IS Lydia Tyson Y 19921 ''n W a87
Jr. who resides at at Lots I.. 17. 28-Wood. :II, of E 2.3 of NW\4 2.14 LoN 4t
1 I* Moose Hanover, Street. Baltimore, lawn 11 IS U 20 "In..lalr Moaley. I.n of NEye 18 6 U 11 Wlllle Tyson Jr S, 19. 1toE.E 20 1 II 2 Elmo Struth ttf
a "South Lot Woodlawn 11 II U 10 Mre. E. U. Harvey 1.'T A strip 100 ft wide 1.01 WIY'. Add
Maryland.You on Lots 11 34 .15 .. Wy :p NW\4\ II 6 U !y2NVe6
are required to appear Is118'N" ? :\OfE : Y of 8E Amanda Sllcox
June 7th., 1941 In the above named 36, 31r, of'Lot i NE'. .: of 20 6 U l'Lind.....,. Grlffl. Fx %
Court and cause, wherein plaintiff 39 A. all lots 40. 41, 44. SEW of NE". A NEy 2.7' :' ft of NWI4 10 1 22 14 Willie Lucas ill
.. 45. 46. 61. 62. 66, 67. of SE... 20 U 10 IIIi'll. Onle Freeman at AW W ft of
+ Telegraph shall publishrthisCOrder 113 In WoodlawnLots IT II II 1011 1'oIa7for tn Co 11.2. About 10 A In REI4 of 2J.1I Com Co r185 3J 1 II 11 R. D. A R.A... Well Sulsat
: NW.. NE't
.. .
In next four weekly Issues. 4. 41. 41. 49. NWL. per deed r. a: run N
Witness my hand and official 50, Si,2'8l.3'1I 54: 56.: corded Ifl".d Book fl 2103ft H 1011 123
seal at Htarke. Florida this April K6, AIi7N O'ot''i..otU. 63. 40, page U U 10 0. 8. Bradley 1.14 420 ft W ft
14th 1943.OFFICIAL 64 14 In Corn 113 ft N ft to a"l1
( SEAL) A..J. Thomas Woodlawn 11 I II In Ma.tol' Jnv. Ca 11.45 ('or of SW1y Io'J'e; :NEt' of 11I1''; 32. 23 E Alice K..Dou..laAll l*
"" Court.T Lot 44 .A EH. of Lot 31 A run N llf ft W U' NE', Lf o. Itd % of
Frank L endrumltaeIlly. Florida, Woodlawn II II III 1'oIre. E. J. Harvey 1.11 ft 8 III ft E U. It 12. 32 .2 Louis it*
for Pit. 4.30 4I-B-1I Lot 7-Woodlawn 18 I U JO Carl Carter 1.11 to Pt, of beg U. 12 1. Oearge ......1.. Z.U Kahr Eat,

Continued on page 7)


MAY 7. 1943

If You Have A Backyard day with his brother and sinter lle....t..t.,>H Amoast I of
Poultry Flock, of ....... ".... T..Po Raje. A.... 0..... Te m.. A t'.*ti.
I in-law, Mr and Mrs. Henry Bur-

These Points Will Help You To SucceedFor ton, In Hampton.Mr rill A In Hi: Cot of Kt,
of S\'V' *, of tllo't' Kx
the guidance of suburban be The and Mrs E. Strickland and N 2 A 32: I S3 S C. P. Chandler 384.
supplied. feed should be
I A In HW Cor of Et"WOf
a a r u.0 ac T,'" ex _. .. .. and village! families who are rais- kept fresh and clean. children spent Sunday afternoon NWl, of HK>. :12 6 22 1 Joe Johnson 248

rs ag .j ing backyard poultry flocks as a Sanitation-Lack of sanitation with Mrs Maggie Strickland of ,: of NWl 10 A, of old HKlaliout Kdiver*

source of meat and eggs, the Department can cause heavy losses in the Starke. I' Nona 32 6 S3 10 Victoria Mack 8.14

IHDUEHUiD JJ 0 f Agriculture today' backyard flock. Clean dry quarters Mr and Mrs Carl Jones and Com of at HK Cor of HE of 4 w'A.j t

listed some preventable causes of are absolutely essential to Mis. A E. Ward visited In Melrose NrJV4'tt ft W le* ft

chick mortality: poultry; they provide the best Sunday.Mr. S ft 27 K: ftV SIO r't"IJtt 40 of .

IaI EM O.c Poor Stock.-Some chicks are safeguards against disease and and Mrs. Goodman and Heir 32 8 22S3 S Willie Mack 3.44
Com 310 ft W of SB Corof
I almost certain to die young. The parasite The poultry house children of St. Petersburg spent Wi,, of :NVl.. of

.S'uaokin.raslaa. : ..C.., solution is to buy only vigorous should be kept clean and the floor Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. J. H. ;HB'i, A run N SIO ft W
ate ft S 110 ft !K SIO
chicks from a reputable hatchery, well covered with clean dry absorbent Surrency.Pvt. ft to pt of bear 8 it 1 KB..le Green S.S8
Lr ---- preferably chicks from pullorum. litter laid over an Inchor and Mrs. William Bu h- Com SOO ft N from SW
Cor of Wy! of :NWl,
tested stock.Brooding more of coarse sand. In the loper are the proud parents of a of 5E4: A run K SSi)

: Accidents. Young regular clean-up: the litter and fine baby girl born April 29 In N ft 350 H' 90 ft ft W K 480 SIO ft 'ft H ,

; t /, 1 chicks are' very susceptible to any soiled sand may be removedand the Alachua County Hospital.! uo n tu pt of ben ExE :
91 i changes in temperature and to replaced with clean material. of road II 6 U Frank Parke I.U

4 drafts. The beat precaution If yard space Is limited a sanitary CARD OP THANKS IIh'OI.V t'I"'V s\f, 0. 55:44 W 0. RV 8:1.: 22
against brooder losses) Is to pro. "sun porch" may be made of We wish to show our appreciation Lots 1. I of ilk 8 T. J. Alderman :S.U

r vide sufficient heat to keep the poultry fencing with a floor ofclosemesh and to thank each and every- luta 6. 7 uf lJlk I 'lIlIam McL.od Est 1.41

chicks comfortable and to fence netting or wooden one for their kindness and for r..t II 0' IlIk II Ella Williams. 1.30
Lots G. 7 0' nlk I Phillip & Jo. Johnson l.n
i off the corners so as to keep the slats raised above the ground. the many tubntatlal gifts) we received lot 6 of Silk 6 \\'llIlam M"L..od. Est 1.30

$ k ______________ chicks close to the heat during Removal of sick birds from the when our home was destroyed lent lot 9 I 0'.r H.k nlk. 9 8 Olllef Ed .1.Willian Johnson I.U..45I.ut

the first few days when they need flock is a necessary precaution by fire. May God bless 7 at IlikI\ H. A. Pr""utt Jr. ,96lot.

j. warmth. against loss. After the sick birds you all for your kindness.--Mr. .. 1'0. M nf title It U.o"lIila\'nknown Allen l.n 1.10
Lot G or ilk U
Death by Dro w n 1 n g-.-Openwater are removed the poultry house and Mrs. J. I K:, Warren and family. will or Lot 5 0' nlk I,
and all feeding and 7. M. John.. tub Div,
pans are an invitation to wateilngequipment N1>:I. ..t NF:'. 33. n ? Abbie I. }lennessee 1.78
disaster for .. should be thoroughly 5AhNWCurofNl4of '
young chicks. Tho e Workers In Michigan
a refinery -
NW' 33 I 112 I J. U. Boyd 1.401
that cleaned and disinfected. ,
are rescued may succumb fixed op a very low, 1'0' 16 ft S of NW ('lOr ,

y'a later to cold. The safe way la to Rough Handling. Baby chicks \ false Soar leading the pay of I'NW't; ; ;; & I tN 1 1I"
t ''n' : ft
may receive serious if
use drinking fountain which also Injuries office. On It Is Inscribed 191 tt W 791 rt tob
protect the water from dirt. handled 1 roughly by children or "Too will learn to duck low. ,.g 33 6 U 4 lien 1\IcUou.ald I.U '

Water fountains may be Improvised Inexperienced persons. They should er U you don't Buy at Bond." All fly NW44 of tlW"V of 33 8 n I A. F. A. C. Co. 1.44

by punching two small holes 'be protected from dogs and cats All NW\4 of IIWli N "ft'V

In the side of an empty tin can I and predatory animals. IN' ('OI'I': IIKIir' .LO.'I rot nT. IIIIAIII-'Onil I'll' l'll tV. ( l's Cur about I A tn 33 8 23 U H. II. hunt I.IS

about 1-8 Inch from the open end' Other Hazards Anything from ( inv. All $K': or $l'4: Jo:: 0'
ltd ls 1.11\\ A a'I'us.N .'
and then filling the can with sorehead to mites may plague the nixie: VlnuitKl' : Plaintiff "... VlncenivlHHKKl. ","IIi N.: 33. 23 11 IIIlk. Dew. 2.81 l
water. Place backyard flock Hlxo known 1AI'r..1 \'Is.tans 1 A In N.: "ur rr N\\\< 4 tof
a saucer or tin and educe Ita
pan I I. Defendant, Cane ;No Hill. NW 3\! II n I "nknnwn 69,79NFU.
Neat Trick for Stretching MeatScrappleSee with a slight flare over the tin I numbers. Chicks rained In con out)iIt OF PITIILICATIIINAMI ", or hW'4 36 II U U l'nknown 1.113 1.Lots .

and "then turn the two over 'finement sometimes develop the MITICi TO APIMIAII: 8. 7 ot IUk 3 i.eke t
( Recipe Below) so HTATK UF Fl-omDA to- Vincent Il.tghts I In
that the saucer will be on the habit of picking which leads to VlnuBKl. also known an Alfred VI*' M\"I\: l NF:!. 88 I 22 ('h.... H. III..MIII..n 1.73Jo

Make Red Points Work! floor of the brooder or pen. The cannibalism. Less crowding the attul.: whose Avenue legal, Uronx' residence New I I"York HUBl.illnon ; : &..4vt! NW'of, Niltq of w.OfNV' .:,

This Week's Menu water will seep out fast enoughto use of bitter red-coloied salves and present address In Company L. 3'1' II n 60 Mary' n. Maloney. 11.51\\ .
and 18lh Infantry! A. I'. O. I I. Care of NI'r", 0' NW%. 3 7 U 40 Unknown I.U
Making red points fit your menusnd Stuffed Veal Hearts meet the chicks' needs. other means are available to I'ontmaKter, New York City, New w'ty or NK'4 uf 8W44 :1 'JU: III'" W. Col..on 11.11" S
Starvation. combat this vice. York U. N. Army Mil A. Wllllan"n M.1I6
-Some baby chicks N' :" 4 7 24
| still give you plenty of valuable Buttered Noodles starve because You are required to appear on NI'1uft' N 4Kt l. 4 'J 22 .0 Mass William'" Est 11.81)
proteins and fats Quick-Cooked Green Cabbage they do not receive In general clean comfortable June 7th. 1943 In the above named W of t41'4' forl: "
on which to do a the right elements In their feed or well ventilated and spacious poul- Court and cause. wherein plaintiffneeka s1':4: : of $1L1 nr.u, 4 'l 12 U Dr. E. )t. Webster .U
Grated Carrot-Fresh Grapefruit ..."ur'... Hrndford, County Corn at NW 'or of
man sized day's Salad because other chicks crowd them try quarters abundant and nourishing Telegraph shall nublTxh thin OrderIn of NI'U. : run NW(1

work is like work away from the feed hoppers.The feeds and clean water in next four weekly Issues. fl 1 E 8i10 rl N 1110 rtW
Whole WltneH my hand and official 42t1 rt N 1111 rt
ing out a ,Jig-saw Wheat Rows.! Jelly poultry falser who mixes his clean receptacles help keep fowls deal Ht Htuike, Flm'Ida t thin April W 110 ft In It ot beg II 'l 12 4 Unknown 1.00

puzzle. But you Rhubarb Sauce Cookies own feed should take care thatIt In good physical condition. When 28th 1943. A In )4I': 1.ir.:: Uf NEtNVI. .
A. J. Thomas., 'Itft .. 4134
remember how Beverage contains the right proportions these things are provided no A* Clerk of mild Court Ii: AV by 640 rt i iN&

they all can come of vitamins A and D, protein, carbohydrates medicine Is needed to keep poultry ) N 1'J\ 22 tI Marshall Jackson I.ta \
Recipe Given.OrangeChicken 1CIghl114tsrkrlFluridn ,
Knight & 5 A In 10111 ('lOr of NE'1,
out if you try and. minerals. Feed I well and pioductlve. Without Ally. for I'lf. 4-JO 4t &-21 "I' NWI,. Nx: I A III ,

Lrd enough? The answer is in hoppers sufficient top I' 0 vide such provisions, chicken lotuses are' N14) Cor sINO 4 A 470ft
Salad. I i\ i'UK"iir (oiitr, nit tUFoiinOI ,F: /Ii W hy 117G rt '
udgeting your points before you space for the whole flock should certain to occur <' >'ll. ri.OlllltV t.IINCaro'un' N <& 101 Nor, "nrl ndjohing .-
pend them, getting meats with low (Series 6)) 1 F:111.: 6 A I."crll..1
\\'t! cups orange sections 'Wai I l.h, Plaintiff, v*. abuvo 1\\ 7 22 9 Marshall Jackson 1.1111
oint value, and extending flavor' of I of H. M. McRae unit 1 ('lulI" ,-" \\alxh, Defendant CUHNo. II 6 A of l lv\ of NWtII \, '
reat as much as possible.First 2 cups cooked chicken, minced HAMPTON family 2141 ,, Nlt': II 7 23 II I'nknn\\ '..211IIVl.
1 cup diced celery By II. B. Wiggins day. tilt HKit OF rriiLicATiov 0' NI'l \\I 7 22 (0.1V.. \w. A: tlon 3.1111
of all. let's realize that meats AND NO'llCIJ TO AI'I'KAIl I I':' of NWI. nt N\VI. I II 7 II 10 honey. .I.se Nmllh .70 ,
!/i cup lemon trench dressing Mrs Iris Mcliue left last week SI'Ali.: 0..' Kl.olllDA to Cliarlen Wt of. N\\"' nf NWhI\ 7 21 10 F'. T.'. "'In,,,. 1.211 I .
a high quality protein and that Lettuce and other greens Mrs J. J. Flckren visited her for Wllllamaburg Va., to visit her WiilnhhoNe lewal redden InChUawo SI.!I. or Ni4' II '7 22 411 I'nk..own 300N'
[he body needs it for repairing and EOn. James Jr, Sunday who U Illlnoln. and whose picnentnddifnn lOt tlW t I. of NI':'. 1U 1 'l 23 20 Morgan }...) 3.00N'v
Toss husband Owen \V.
sections chicken and McRae. at
orrnge In IT 1-1. H. Wyoming" Hire
uilding tissue-which is a full-time now stationed at the Naval AirBase .. nf .f IIW11\ 7 22 20 regg ?lIarl-
celery together with the lemon Camp Peary. of Klcet 1'oMofflc.e, N w Hoik. New- NW', enure &;.:l
Jib, We designate proteins as complete Jacksonville. fork, ,
french dressing. Arrange on six individual The Mother's Day program by renuliHil 'tn appear r>n ... fir '' of NI4" 1/1/ 7 22 20 Willis Ilyal I.U ,
and incomplete the ones which MIu2'2re:: :; : : : N\V'i' 40 1.lIlIall U. JI..rrell 3,64N
beds of greens or lettuce. Mi s. S. D. Goodman spent last the 1H41 In I Ilan nlmve. nanidCouit 1'1':0.. "r IU 7
are complete do a complete 'job of young people of Pine Level and rouse, wherein plaintiff ::11111 NW of
Kidney beans are a second-class or week-end in Jacksonville with her ft1V G southern lhtlrlee Inc 1.3:1:
dy building and repairing. Complete church was well attended Sunday Het-kH dlvoliH and Maiden llamareHtored JoII''L: ofOf ICY 19 T 23
Miss "",; 70 yll" W rot Nil
Incomplete protein food but they sister Virginia Lou Pick'en llrndfoid' Cnuiity Tele- I
proteins are meat cheese fish, evening ICiiipli" shall publlnh, thin Oidel.. In ror of Npo 19 & I'UIIr
poultry, eggs and milk. are fine to use on that extra day; Remember Sunday School next four weekly I"*"..*. 21,4"rt"M N loUr { r
everySunday I I. It. Clara AdaKalclt
when there are no red points leftover Miss Virginia Lou Pickien U WltneHM my hand. and offlrlnlsent
Incomplete proteins are those for meat. Dried and lentils morning at 10 o'clock. t ut Htai.ke, Flotlda t this April li 1:1: 1 12I t n.n
peas now home to stay with her 2(11( h. 1II4J lot 103 tt In NVCor
*hich can do just part of the 'job, have a low point value which mother, Mrs. J. J. Plckren as sheIs Mis. H. M. McRae and Mrs. A. J. Thomas, ur IoII'H: ul ""I';\., oflt 1.621.ntN
In this class we have breads Robert Mis A. Clerk or said Court NI \I.\ 111 7 13 Unknown
were visiting
jfoni makes them fine for tide-overs on '
employed with the Governmen (OFFICIAL HKAI: ) 2:1.: 41. 25. 1ft. 27.2M. .
cereals, beans, peas and nuts. Of I meatless days: Grated cheese adds at Myra Dyal of Starke who Is 111 Knight &: Knight Hturke, Flotlda In C. J. \V""k' .- L
Camp Blandlng. '
{course we can use these foods al- I food value takes only a few red< and Mis. Jack Goodge Sunday Atty for I'lf. 4-23 4t 614ori Nub lily II! 7 22 J.hn &: .h..t Thomas 4,141N1':4. '
:' 20 'l JI3 ,
Claude Durham spent last week :\. or N1o/ 40 I.IIIIUII lIarr..1l 8.U
ernately or In combination with points: afternoon F:'. NW' NW l, &
meat, when we cannot get enough Bean Loaf. with his parents Mr. and Mia % <'u of Ai'i'i.iri ION .011 'V : A 'N'i!: ruf NW4j
I Kidney Karl!: McRue of Jacksonville Is 'r MI-:hit: HWI 20 7 22 U J. H. tI"xon 11.41
eat to fill our requirements. But, (Serves 6 to 8) I). O. Durham visiting relatives here this week. <*...!... Hill N... 1113) tot a Hub !1)IV of MWV.IHVt. '

always. please bear the differencein X cups dry kidney beans "- Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Wigginsand NO"ll'a1101 IIKItKMY: I1IVR.V. SW I/. 20 T 22 4 L. Ii. John' Jr. 2.13
of TnxCerliritate
That Kreil Hiiilth" holder of ;WN: I ofNKy
| mind. 2 cups water son, Joe, and Mrs. George No 27G, iMxueil, the 2tu \ or NW's 2t 7 7 n 10 I.. R., Clara Ada

Pork Is' our foremost source of 4 cups stale bread crumbs Williams and son Howell spent GUM BRANCH day filed: .of Hum.... In"b. ryA.t.; / :.. 1D35.anil 1 has IIUHmndM 13 A III NW'Hhl. ,'ur uf Nls'4! 21 7 22 II I..Kairh. .H. Kall'l _anut ..99W4y !

thiamin or vitamin sometimes 2 cups grated cheese Sunday in Macclenny visiting rel liy Mrs. T. N. Norman application. for a tax deedto of NW'4' or NWti. 21 7 22 20 Ntat' Hank 5.144Nt.1

called the and vitamin \H chopped onion he Issued thereon. Haul. cerllflinle of SWl' 2t 7 U 20 ilarlou'a. W. Kill" 1.14 .
pep energy cup atives.Mrs. Mrs. J. A Anderson of Port St. / embraces" the following tlenrrlbed 1.tM.rJ1. of &:

because of Its important contribution \\i cup shortening L. D. Eilaml returned Joe who has been visiting relatives property In the I'nunty of I'\i\ NW % uf HW I
to mental health. Here pork 1 egg Bradford State of "I'l to-wlt <& 1YKV: lIt 11"4 26 7 U 80 ('""II n. Moore 13.7' I
Tuesday from El Paso Texas, here for the past week, returned All NL'of< NKV. of K of 1 A "n N dde' .t tll'n of
[sausage is combined with a cerealfor li! teaspoons salt where she visited her Mar Hy.. 101..,.. 20. Twp 6 H. It. 22 East N" : and adjoin.tng .
( a really delicious "stretched" 5i teaspoon pepper son to her home Tuesday. containing S Arren, more or l I....... V\t.dr:: 28 t8 T U I nknown! 1.20" '
vin. Mr. and Mrs. L. G. Norman and The assessment of the said. property N W'. of 38 7 U 40 Peoples tats flank 4.U
dish: Soak beans overnight in the 2 cupi Mr. and under the Halt certificate IMmied All N1/. fwJ\H.! .Jox 14 ,
All-Bran water. In the morning bring to a C. M. Dennison spent the week- children were visiting wan In the name of F. A. A on H side 29 T U 28 r..pl" Ntate Dank 3."
Scrapple. end in Gainesville visiting tela- Mrs. Harvey Edwards of Waldo FlxherUnl. Lot" 6. I. It 12 flub
(Serves 8)) boil in the same I..nn said certificate .hall beredeemed Ply ofNWVN'ti of NF:y. I II
Sunday.Mrs. according to law the 29 T U II Oll.f Williams 1.14 n
1 pound fresh pork. sausageS liquid and then tlves.Mr.. and Mrs. Aaron Minton Fisher Gaskins and chil- property dencrlbed therein will, be 11 In NF.. COI' uf NW\4\
cups water simmer until old to the al heiit bidder' at thecnurthoune of NW'5. 29 7 U II Knott & Pitt. '.14
t beans tender. returned Sunday from an extend. dren of Woodlawn were visiting door on the first Mon 1 \\O or $' l. of U 7 U s0lief WIIII..m. 1.64
teaspoon salt are ed visit with relatives in Jack relatives In this section Sunday.F. day In the month of June.' 1943, Loh 7. I of flW1I.1 In Hampton .velopm.nt s
K teaspoon pepper Mash beans fine which I I. the 7thday of June, 1(43. Hampton ao T U Cu 11.113
sonville. Mr. Minton looked as S. Shaw of Lawtey was Dated thin 20th day of April Lots 7 5 9 10 silk
)K and add all other
teaspoon powdered sage p though there were no rationing visiting Mr. and Mrs. Felix Sapp 1943. 3o illenton'u; A't: 1 30 7 U J. L. Lam.r.au 1.81 t
Few grains cayenne Ingredients mix (OFFICIAL LJourtA..l' Thomae Lots 1 ,23 4, II of Blk
K comment ing well. Pack into where he had been. Sunday. Clerk of r I Bradford I WrIKhl's Add at 7 U "'Ialley' Williams 1.71 '
cup The postmaster reports good Mr. and Mrs. C. Chastain and County, Florida. 4-13 41 &-n Lot. 13 14'.0I2, 13, 94
K cop bran cereal a loaf pan and of Bk( llampton J :
bake 1H hours in a 323-degree oven. sales of bonds and stamps during little daughter 0 f Jacksonville Notice ef leXenflaej: t. apply to the Park l1-n 7 U Ma. ""y"" t.a'l'
Brown sausage In heavy skillet, April. On last Friday he reports were visiting Mr. and Mrs. J. a.::: I.eB-Ulelare of Florida !.' 9l.oral a Tot I nf W4,"(, of NW 31 1 U It Nora Wlttl..m. I." t
with 1
purring occasionally; pour oft and Baste occasionally tablespoon or Mperlal ...... Lot 11 0' Wy of NW\4\ al' 7 7 aa 1/1 Iliall..1& "lull" 1IIW4 \.".
I rave fat melted butter and K cup water. $1,012.75 being sold In one day. Sapp Sunday. Notice I I. hereby. given to all whom \ 0' HWy\ at 7 II ; .t Unknown J.OI
Bring Mrs. Geraldine Williams is In Mrs. W. B."' Mundy and little It may concern that the undemlKn- Hoi of 8Jo:14 nt 8W\4\ &
fish as a
] water to a boll You may use generously ed. Intends to apply for the I eK>.- !KW\4! \ 0' suV: 33 7 U 10 Unknown ....155N
I add salt O real menu aid during these days. the hospital In Gainesville, reported daughter of Starke were visiting lature of Florida to pan at the "r HI'\4: \ 111. N tOO
pepper, of fish are in season all getting along well. relatives In this section Sunday Regular, Reunion held In UU a fi 34 T U U Ja'. Veal 1.40.
I rage and cayenne. Many types Special or Loral 1 lAw concerning Cum NW Cor '
I Stir' in cornmeal the year round and a great manyothers Mrs. Marguerite Hinson returned afternoon: Bradford County Florida which of arJo: &: :fHN 149yd'
in season during spring: from West Palm Beach law In mibxtanre I III an follow; An F: 251 \ o yd' N
come '
gradually; cook Act to authorlie and permit the UI yds w }6144 ydsto
I until thickened. Fish Loaf. last Friday where she has spenta SAMPSON CITY Hoard nt County Pommliiilonere of beg <& )4E'4' or-NI:If.
husband Bradford County "Florida to Iran. ":x 6 A In NI'1' Cur /Ii01
with her
stirring constant- (Serves 41> month By Louise Vnrnes. Ter moneya now carried In and i a3A In 14WCur&Ex

11 17. Add bran cereal 5 caps flaked, steamed Bah Miss Dimple Parker and Mrs. which may accrue to the credit of I Ity 35 7 U 112 W. W. Packham 414.
Pvt. Howard Brown who la the Hoard of County CommleNloneraof NW'4 811 7 U .11 Cecil it Alour. '.U
I and sausage and mix thorough- 54 teaspoon salt Opal Smith came up Sunday from Itradford County n,, the NIl I off
Jtf. Pour Into dampened loaf pan; 2 eggs, separated Homestead for a visit with their stationed at Camp Shelby Miss., llond KefundlnaAccount. : 11'.1ulnnd.ucb ; to & $tJlwol ,rw.WJ.
other Fund" held In the name a. 7 u at L. a. Johns 1.7t
Is a 10-day furlough
I until firm Unmold. Cut into 1 cop medium white sauce parents Mr. and Mrs. John H. of and administered by the aald, WNSuA of Noy of NW'1o

1 %Inch slices and brown In sausage Combine, fish salt beaten egg Parker. here with his parents, Mr. and Hoard of County Cornmlnrlonern of 0' NWy Es I A IIINW'or
Bradford Florida, an iihallM 34 7 22 11 John r. I'r.vatt 1.1/1
I fat t Mrs. Lem Brown. County'
on hot griddle. Serve with ma.pie yolks white sauce and beaten egg Mrs. C. D. Addison of Ocala deemed to he to the b nt Interent SW'of! NWy of )4W1311\ '7 2a 10 I'"" Horee 1.26St

syrup or apple butter. whites. Pour into greased baking was visiting her sisters Mrs. W. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Warren and of the County of Bradford.Htale : ufWJ of "'NE/ 3A 1 H 20 stars' 904Nl
I children of Palatka spent Sunday of Florida. a. a whole, by the t/ 'Jl'' 6 40 Unknown 1.7$
Chicken is a complete protein- dish and bake in a moderate oven U Andrews and Mrs. T. C. Chas- said Board of' County Commlxelon- no' of IlJoJur! 8WV. 6 eU 20 Unknown 1.03:
I visiting Mr. and Mrs. Millard alw\4\ "f JoIW1t. W o RI'1'x
and goes 20 to 30 minutes. tarn over the weekend.Mr. ers
a long way nicely In this Varnes. This notice authorlieil In reaularxoxxlon 10 A In MW Cor U I II U J. H. Lawrence B"t. 1.114
I delightful fruity salad which you'll Stuffed Veal Hearts. and Mrs W. L. Andrews of the Hoard of County Lut I W uf and adjoin.H'g -
l enjoy! I had their Sunday their Mr. and Mrs. David Kelly and Commissioners of Hradford Count Delaney Nt. '
(Serves 51) as guests N.t;:
company or Sundaysupper : D.: of .: U H. T. 2.11
Mr. and Mrs Britt Alvarez and Florida, this 6th day of April A. Haven, NW' t3 5 Wat.ra
bight guests: 1 veal hearts son-in-law and daughter Mr. and 1943. Lot 1 0' rtlk I1. The
: children of Pine Level were visit Commlnnlonersof NW'or NFW t3 I 22 U"o. W. Davis 1,63E
i 2 tablespoons chopped onion tiro.' B. Cohen and son. Merrill. Hoard of County Itaven .
ii I Mr. and Mrs. Lem Brown Hradford County Florida. ft S10yc' )
II I VJ cop chopped celery Mrs. Eve Kemper of Washington ing By. M. O. Harrell, Chairman.AtteHf 0.,45 NW v & \J\iN"\ o1 '

2 tablespoons shortening D. C. spent last week with Sunday. A. J, Thomas, NWy 0' 1'1"10' :' t3 I U 21 Unknown 1.81
Lynn Says I Rev. and Mrs. C. C. Butler of Clerk 4-9 6t 5-7 W 75 ft .f K 2711 tt ofNoy
1U cups fine bread crumbs her sister, Mrs. H. B. 'tvlgglns.CORRECTION' 0' NW''1 ot NE44 13 R U 2 I'nknown I.n
The Score Card With 35 mil- % teaspoon salt New River were dinner guests of ul"onu H'",, uf SFP? or NEV. 13 I II 20 Je..ie I. In.raham I.U
!Jon i* IIU'I..r rol'rrr. JIll Lots I. a of O"VI ..ot 1
Mr. and Mrs Tom Graves Sun-
i homemakers carrying ration I ,K teaspoon peppery ('OltiTl.' FLOIIIII | ltll' MI.HV. 1..k..I.. Huh 1I1v 22 I 22 C"known 18.4:)
Books: to the grocers new ways water Last week we stated the Ladles <' : IIlk 3 0' lIovt. tat 1l.ake"lde i
cup .
day.Mrs. Dlomanden. al o known a*
for Helen Sub Ihly U I U J. E. Smith 7.13'Flik :
the Debbie Thomas Mrs. Clyde ..
entertained for
managing limited foods are 3 tablespoons shortening Council mem- Kuthokla Dlomande. Plaintiff./ / v 8 or U..vt lot :2imkeside
the order of the day. 2 cups stewed tomatoes bers of the Christian Church, Nelle Fountain and Mrs Luclle Damon Dlomandeii, Defendant. Case 'uh' Div f2 9 22 Fred r. Morrow '7.13
Many of been Mrs. Fowler and daughter Margaret, N"'oYuEl? E'''l of N" '1 0' 23 8 II 20 J. A. B"yl... 1.13
these homemakers are 2 whole cloves when It should have : OF PITHLICATfOV: NJo,!,,, ot NRV. .r NF:14,. 14 8' la III M.... Jessie I. I..raham. 3.IH I ,
accUstomed to pulling off cries: 1 bay leaf \V. L. Andrews entertained the spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. AND NOTK'R!: TO APPEAR Damon Nty 0' NWy! or NW 2G 8:1a: 20 Ollle. speed: 1.11) ,

from their shelve;, or taking 1 teaspoon salt Ladles Council at the church and E. Jones and Mrs. S. E. Jones Plomandea STATB OF wh.FIXJIUDA..." legal to residence: ,! Com& run at tfW I Jo: 180 1'01' ft or N NW''t l ll 1

quick.frozen food from their storage U teaspoon pepper was assisted in serving by Mrs. In 2* Ijimont Htreet. Roxbury ft l'J 131 ft for n"J't3
Massachusetts and whone present
10 lockers. Now they will have Clean hearts by cutting through T. C. Chastain and Mrs. Eunice GRAHAM addreiia In H &: C "'School Camp tt beg Po thence 1911 tt II 3&0: tt'

Ilean all facts from with a sharp Wilson. Carson Colorado W 198 ft tu pt "r beg
center open it/re Eva StricklandJ. .
labeb side to Hy You are required to appear on I.U1I1
of 1'r. A 25 I U 2 Erne..t McGauliey'
processed foods knife cut out all veins and arteries. !May 17th. 1943. In the, above named 1114 of NW4of

budget their points carefully. Wash well. Make a dressing by PINE LEVEL L. Morgan was Inducted Into Court and cau..., wherein plaintiff CountyTelewraph yNw'y U I U II baac 1IIt..h.11 I.tI i
It's neeke dlv"or.-e. Bradford W II' A 0' N 1.3 of
smart to buy the size of onion and celery In shorten the Army at Camp Blandlng! on shall publish thlll Order 6.53IVIt'
Ca" cooking lly Mr H. M. McRae NEh of$WV4 25 a U 8 John Pavia.
most Profitable for her own Add crumbs, salt pepper and April 28. In next four weekly laaueaWltnena '
'Individual Ing. my hand and official'
of "", *. Keep a table water. Stuff the hearts with dressIng Rev. W. E. Hall filled his reg- 2nd Lt. Jewett Fogg of Camp at Starke. Florida this April 12, 11511(14 3:1.3.: 8 22

equivalents handy In your and tie together with string. ular appointment at Pine Level Lee, Va., Is spending a 10-day 1941. A. J. Thoma. Lot 1 W. F.. Rlvlere un

parse until you become proficient. Roll hearts In flour brown In short Church last week-end. He, with Furlough with his mother, Mrs. An Clerk of said Court Lot Lot 8:3 fi(0'.. F I.:. Clayton Snyder. U.7S lit II.

Dually, ifl ounces or one fluid ening. Add tomatoes cloves, bay Mrs. Hall and Mrs. Eddie Murr- Millie\ Fogg. Knl ht "A" Knight Starke Florida Lot '7 V. iw Phlf.r la.75 l

The! fill two measuring cup. leaf. Sprinkle with salt and pepper. hee and little son were dinner Rev. W. C. Burton spent Sun :\tr4tfl.TPlf.. toFFIf"tAr HBAt.) tat I.ot 11 14 f'l'nknow"A. III"MII'an' 15.14 1'75 Z

32-ounce size WU| fill fOUrvegetables Cover with tight fitting lid and cook of Mrs. C. M. Phillips Sun Lot J' H. R. Thacker .13
Cups Itt hours. quests Lot & H'\ of Lot 4i W" If. Scott'
Remember on low heat for day. (Continued from page 0)Dewrlptlno ) Sty: : tat ll & Lot 22 K, H. Wlgglesworth UgtL..t" :
canned: W to 24 to 3I Incle. bctut
are Chambtn rom you Robert Myrick and mother
already Lynn 0)1"' A.oast of.f r'nknown U.tI
cooked be 21
and need be n.M to
brought submit your n ,u. oumn M. McRae were visiting ..U Lot J. Bryant (,
Mrs. H. Tae 4 c.
*er. Owaer : U
p.e.Twp.nae. Y
only to boiling to be dink. Send your /letters 10 and also visited Laud lot l 'J I : P: ateddlek J. :
ready to problem Union, 310 at Lake Geneva 'nknown 13.1'
serve / r Iota H. U
VFntrrnV u pap K
Boying fresh her at Street Chicano: Itfjnou. AT., and Mrs. P. L. Bridges at 8 ti, of dll El* *of NEC NRl.4 of Lot 47 T. O. Whldd.n 861
fruits and vegetables South DttplMM of 13 l'nknown a'.1t '
lots U. U. 50 61. U. 1\1\
rebeves pressure canned Don't forget 10 .ncl "?ale.ld. Starke Sunday afternoon.Mr. 8E E of Rd 13 Ex H8RADFORD ,
on IS A across 8 .
goods!! .I/-Id".d tnt'lop* for your and Mrs. Paul Underbill end about A Ex colored TaxA. Collector. Bradford County.
a.I..d by w..t.r.. N.w.psper Ualon. and children were dinner guests C..l'ch'lt. NW Cor SS S3 31 A. F. A. C. Co. 4198



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; the local Red Cross Chapter. I Gives 'Lowdown' iriRrrir 'Ol'nT IIH..O..OHO known.
- Classes in First Aid sponsoredby -I "'EH". June 7th.. 1943.required I In, *,
Alton James Barne. Plaintiff VM.Lvtha Ih. '...
the local Red Cross Chapter! Court and cause >v.
Barn, Defendant. Cane No. \ "''vein,
seeksdivorce.. *v, <
-APPEAL- are being held at the USOYWCAon U1J7. Telegraph. "r4 Bl '
; Kathleen shall PU f, eo':
Tuesday and Thursday afternoons Nor..is"Says. : ORDER OF PUBLICATIONAND In next four W..kl h t thl,
k. A. polnmB "l>r> ror and abouttttf NOTICE TO APPEAR Witness ) I..u. C I
; I tied ('..... Work In Mlarkefrrpared from 2 P. M. to 4 P. M. STATE OP FLORIDA tOI: Letha at Stark my hR/ld ,, S.scsI
'l by '!$iiff Memhe>.... Miss Sara Reed is instructor and 1 FlarneM. whose. residence I I. Bladen .th. 1943. IrJ"rlda Ihlt 011.-.'
Not'th Carolina
: National defense In time of for further Information call 35, Paying the, PiperBell boro.You are required to appear on Ait(OFFICIAL Clerk of SEAT.".Id.,. .;' J

war calls for civilians traned: to Chapter Headquarters. or Miss June 7th.and, 1943.cause In,. wherein the above plaintiff nam..dCuurt Fla.William D. MorgKi: '.' ,' '

Reed the USO. *yndhuteWNU .'. .. Atty. for Plf[ !, "''t
fight disease and glckness on the at .tur. >' seeks dlvorue. Bradford County 41 .

home front. Red Cross Home Classes In Motor Corps con- I Telvvraph next! four shall. weekly publish iHauen.this OrderIn ciHcriT roiicrOF 1.1v

t4 Nursing courses give the Instruction tinue at the To; rode Chevrolet Witness my hand and official COt'l'dTY. F"OIl11J1 ftH I tiipCERY.
Garage on Monday and w ; seal at Stark., Florida this May .. till I
to both men women girls Company 3rd. 1943. C. Wayne Cox Plaintiff
and boys. You can enroll in a Thursday nights from 7:30: until IOFtFXCIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas I.). COXb ..fenant.;! (.... ,, ..
v i ? 35 the 9:30: P. M. Mrs. Dorothy Fraser k A/i Clerk of said Court. EH 1'LflLl.A44AND (
e ) f; : class by calling phone :: T. Frank Landrum. Stark Florl4a.Atty. NOTICE
) local Chapter headquarters or by is instructing these classes with for Fit. 5.1 4t 6-va STATE OF FLORIDA **a

", each all skilled mechanics of Starke ______. D. Cox whose reoldnee"it: lit
v'2 going to the Health Clinic, Street .. l

Tuesday! and Thursday mornings acting! ; 4S,'Volunteer instructors.Red & IN nnriiiT%. FLORIDA COURT JIELADFOUUCtN'F IM CHANCKHY. You are required SOutb to "C"lnl""

_ _ : June 7th.. .1943. In tbM aboy.
4; iJ from 10 A. M. until 12 noon. With Cross has recently completed Court and cause,
Rufus E. Smather. Plaintiff ... Wherein ,
the 'present shortage of nurses! training a class of army Vice President Henry Wallace Is Ora Roger .Hmather, Defendant. I Telegraph seeks divorce.shall lirndfor c"",t,

: and doctors In Bradford County wives to act as Staff Assistant' I pictured upon his return from an Cave ORDER No. 3463.OF PUBLICATION I I hi next tour Weekly publlnh I..u.i thIs..

this course is a MUST for at least These girls are this week setting I airplane tour ef seven Latin-Ameri AND NOTICE TO APPEAR I Witness my hand and oft!

'one' member of each family. The up a Volunteer Office in the Post- t can nations giving newsmen the STATE OF FLORIDA ,to.: Ora 'I 4th seal. 1943.at Starke, Florida' (thl,
southern residence
He said that our Rofrrfm timathera whose
I 111 : ,Nursing service of the American office lobby and are asking other -5. eW I I "lowdown.neighbors have agreed that It to la 'Rout 1, Bos _146 Wayneevllle: I i As(OFFICIAL Clerk of SEAL said Court A.: J. Had Cross has set Its goal on enrollment for all war North Carolina.You .
: girls to I to their Interest as well as that ef are required to appear on i T. Prank Landrum. Stark i l VI

: of at least :500,000 work. In this way Red Cross I I the United Stales that the war be June 7th.. 1943 In the above named I Atty. for PIt. 6-111

', women In Us .H o'm e. Nursing hopes to give every army wife in won as rapidly as possible. Court and cause wherein plaintiffseeks I '
IN Till ClutrirI
divorce. Bradford County "ot "'I'. .
1M. classes during 1943. Will you Starke an opportunity to help In Telegraph shall publish this OrderIn I JUDICIAL, CIIK IT Of Elf.;,.

) jz belong to that.vaat army of home- the present emergency. Any Information o- Wounded at Front Witness next four ray weekly hand issues and official I I covmTY.l.,. I* A1I l'"'% <-FOil IIMH BH: !n.,'

makers prepared to look after desired on Red Cross i .1 i seal at titarke.:! Florida, this May I CITY OF STARKE, "u munl.'irlpallty :,
of loved ? ) __ 3rd.. 1943.OFFICIAL. I In the County'
,? the health your ones work will be answered by these oil
( SEAL) Thomas Bradford State of
; ( A. J. "I"r'dl.1| '
4 4 Join a Home Nursing"class! at trained Staff Assistants in the i to A. Clerk of said Court.T. Petitioner )Iv.
,' Frank Landrum Starke Florida.. ...
Po tofflee. Once again the Brad )
Atty. for Plf. 6-7 4t 5-2V FLORIDA
.: CUUBCU DIKEOTORY OF ford County Chapter expresses Its 4'1 \ : the taxpayers, pro I n ": 11);
; ..
t. SERVICES: thanks to the army wife who In ; ix cinrriT COCRT Ol&.ono owners and rltiK nn if it,,.
CITY OF STARKE, a munirlpallty ).,
FIHST BAPTISTHe making her home in Staike Is alSo I In the County ,
,I .. A. M. '.1....,..... faster : Bradford. State nf oil r)
\ Florida
contributing her part in the Lawrence Vaaey Oaffev Plaintiff. )
see N. VlMt) direct .1 Including non-resldenti :
p; Annie Cranford Qaffey.. Defendant. nwn.t'
Church School' \\1:45 A. II.Uornlnv effort and at the time vs.
t ''k), war same Cnne No. 2464. Ing property or subjmtn|
1' Worship 11:00: A. M.B. taxation therein
small chapter with ORDER OF PUBWCATIONi'ttJTlt'E
v.:. T. U. 7-00: P. M. assisting our ki' I Respondents i
Evening- Worship tOO: P. M. its tremendous amount of work. ..- 1 A..I< TO 'APPEAR Annie ,NOTICE TO THE STATKOPpt/l:
'i v Wednesday. Worship 8:00: P. M.FIHBT VOLUNTEER FOR VICTORYBY i _I Cranford Oaffey whose to residence: IDA AND THE 'TAXPATtJ'
: IM 113 Caldwell Street Concord
4 ,, H... U. C. Powell. ranter YOUR LOCAL, RED CROSS \d 1114 a are required' to appear on A MRJNIdIPALITY I IX, |
', 124: > N. Church Street ; ; June 7th., 194,1: In the above named COUNTY OF nitAiipofm. riJOF
Church Hrhool 10:00 A. &1. 1 Court and cause, wherein plaintiff FLORIDA INCM'DIVO: !{
d4'i RK3IDKNTM': OWNlMf: ;' I'ltUPFp-l
/ c Sunday Worship 11:00: A. M. %'IL4 T. I seeks divorce. Bradford County !
:' Young People 7:00: P. M. I Telegraph shall publish thin Order
Recent BirthsMr. HAWv
4 EveningWorship 11:00 P. U. % In next four weekly' Issues. .
I Wednesday Worship. 8:00: P. Sf.ST. Witness my hand and official OR '.CLAIMINO: I ANY UKiHTTItl;
: : and Mrs.. Lee seal at Starke, Florida this May OR' INTWRKST IN: I'UOPEIITII
Th avfragt/ mother shrinks from iht thought that .y'other 3rd., 1943.OFFICIAL. TUB l
mere woman
,' H..... M4RtKS.FPISCOPAL Kreel !Yvrhes. H..-..r Starke May 1, girl; I* /going to will list ion away from htr. I I (As Clerk of SEAL said. )Court.A. J. Thomas DESCRIBED:; ',OP: THE HEItEIN'WHEREAS. CKRTIFlar'

a :see N.'JChereh Street Mr. and Mrs. Carl J a m e, s, T.vFrank Landrum, Star FloridaAtty. the City! of 8ii-J'
; Church School 10.00: A. M.Bunday By KATHLEEN NORRIS. for Flf. ri-I 4t 5.211IN Florida a miinlclpHllly In'f
Worvhlp 11:00: A. M. Thomas Maxvtlle May 6, bOY- FAMILIAR TUNE County. of! Bradford, state ofFll
Sunday Rvenlnsc( 7:30 P. M. "Douglas Alton" I is a familiar old At Shown above Is Lieut. Gen. Lesley Ida .' the petitioner In the tkentitled ]
Friday. Evenlnir 7:30: P. M. : THERE Kathleen Norris points J. McNalr commander ef the CIRCUIT fOl'HT BRADFORDritlNTl. / cause did on the Mil j
to the effect that
/ Holy Days' .10:00: A. M.FIRST i> I 'out thit weflff'if; you' insist! ground forces of the United State I ffCltl.Jonepha'. FLOKIUAl IM C1IAN- of May A. D. 1941 file with t]
to Honorable A. Z
PHRSBYTRRIANRev. Methodist Church : ? you call the tune upon calling :,Tae; tune/you army who was wounded by shell Daum Beck, Plaintiff, vs. f one present'of' the Judges of the Adkf it

C..... II. All... Pester you' have'o pay the piper*. .must be the fragments while at a forward ob Louis Buck Defendant Case No namedCourt) a "petition t I for m
848 N..... Therry Mt. Services at the Church next prepared to pay serration post la Tunisia Llent I 2460.ORDER validation: _of Water. and tut;
Church School 10:00: A. M. ; One reason why older women piper. But at Jtast once.in hf.'rlifp'ime. OF PUBLICATION Revenue ,Certificates ,>f raid rot
Nunday Womhlp 11:00: A. 5!. Sunday will be as follows: mothers Gen. Ben Lear commander of the I AND NOTICE TO APPEAR Atarke, Florida. In the inl
Senior Crusades 8:00 p. M. Church School 10:00: A. M. I ,and teachers I and' every:woman forgets Second army has taken temporar; STATE OF FLORIDA to: MLoulM grate amount of fHO.ooooo I In rJtlfloatas
Intermediate Youth 6:00: P. M. I! that. command of forces. Heck (Corporal>. 6 ID Old ,. In .the dennmlnatloi f
guardians of girls are so extraordinarily Usually it. it when ..he'Inllrin"l ground I
0'clock4 .
Evening WorshIp 7:00: P.M. Morning Worship 11:00: _. -- Co. Hit Camp Shelby, MlmilKlppl.You I 1 ",000.00'each.1. 'dated July 1.1,11 I
': about ; F'tor' think she are required to appear on with Interest at the rate of I ,
Next Is Mother's ] fussy "
Sunday Day Iv ( IRTIT (OiflTiiiI \'>FOHIroivri. June 7th., Uta, In the above iiamedCourt
NT. RnWAttn'9 r\THOI.I centum annum, piivalile
H... Thne.. J. Mvrphy.. Pastor and the morning service at the'* what girls do anddon'tdo, is does. 7, in old familiar <. : 11'1,011111. IM. fiiKill. \>- and cause, wherein plaintiff annually per on January l lot mid i j Ji,|

Tesspl. A reuse church will center around the'theme : because; the between 16 tune that ,song of love and Irving James, Plaintiff vs. HelenJames seeks Minor. divorce Children and Bradford Custody of let of each year, ..vld nr.d b>
Early Mess \\I OO A. 5. years County terest coupons, the first Inthvlnsr ,
TbeSer.4$ 'oruJ I>efencmnt. ta MI N'' 2478.ORDER .
111. 1tevIruIundy ; of motherhood.. I and' 26 are, the when for, which she is nearly OP PUBLICATION Telegraph Mliall puulixn tills uiuoIn navnhle jRtiunrv hl.. I''.
Ma.. ':00 A. M. mon Subject will be; V'Th.l7HlghiMission years always unwilling to with AND: NOTICR TO APPEAR next four weekly Inxurx.WltneHM and the principal of raid rrnl
Week Day Mass 8:00: A.- M. most of us call the tune. pay STATE OK FLORIDA to: Helen my hand and official ,iute maturing and being, p'non "
of Motherhood. J the stiff price of a broken Jatie, .. whose residence Is co| Frank eat at Starke. Florida. this May July 1st In the lean ,
3rd. 1943.tO1FlClAt.
KINOMI.KY I.AKK BAPTISTRerv. Evening Worship 8:00: o'clock l : : Because she is young and heart divorce the Uawson, Lincoln. Delaware. amounts as follows:
a tragic .
or : ( SEAL) A. J. Thomas
... M. 'rill. PastorRervicea You are required! to p..ar on Numbers (nil InrlnsUekAmnnstN
Every loIulI Bunday School-10 A. M.Mornlnc message will be: !"The"" Perfect the and cause, wherein plaintiff, W. C. HatileHtv. VIt.tnnll FlenchFla. 1 1 1,1)1111) III) I''
half-formed ambi- torture' .. for
special of Atty. Hlf. &.7 4t 5-21
Wor..hlp-ll. A. M. yet very very seeks. divorce. Itrudfolri County, :2 l.onnor) I'
--- Friend. tious dreams for the to young hearts.was Telegraph. shall publish this Order : l.nnooi) I
FVN1)METI.' L Prayer Service at. the church years 'ii next four weekly Issues IN Clllfl IT ('(ml HT 11I1.\1)1o"OnU 3R 1.000' Of I
TABKMNAfl.MWToriihlp come a girl will quite readily Witness my hu"dl",1 official Cot \T1', .'FI.OIIIIIll, ('II t- I.oflot\ ) I
Mervlee, each Lord's Day WeJnesday at 8:00: P. M. seal at Staike Florida, this May ('''::11 3'. 8-' 2.001on\ I''
1t' 11AMnilile A cordial welcome to all. call the tune. She's going to marry hardly over before quarrels began 6th, 1 43.OFFICIAL. Lillian Travalena Weiner Plaintiff 8.9 2.000 (on
I ) lehoo1P.. M.Kvan Paul and reform him and they will I think any young couple feeling ( SEAL) A. J. Thomas vs. Nathan Weiner. D e f enclant 10-11 Z.onooii I
(eMntlo M..rvl"-a. MTuoHday as we did. would have marriedas An Clerk of said Court. Case No. 2466.ORDER 12-13 2 noo on
t -Bible) Study 8 P. M. In inherit all hit uncles money and Win. n. Morgan. Jacksonville. Fla. OK PUBLICATION t t.1/1/ 2.OOD on I
\1 Mlxftton' Hall. live In the smartest of Park Ave we did. Atty. for Plf. 6-7 4l 6- ANI NOTICE TO APPEAR 16-17 2.ODD on
t Wedntis4iiy-.CIi$1irSfl'S: Bible Lesson F4'1CTORYi Tended __ _. STATE OF FLORIDA to: Nathan lft-19 2,0110.nn
Baby Alone.
nue's That's the tune.
U and Choral Work4. M. iv Clltrt IT C-OI'HT HH\l>KOHn Weiner, whose residence address IBMr. 20.21 2.00000) I
I ThurNilajr-Victory Prayer. Oroup When Paul doesn't reform and "I wanted a child: Sidney didn't. fOI %'!'%. FI.OHIIltt l> H11N- Nathan Weiner 261 Cayuga 2J-21 2.001) 00 II
-3P.M. ( Eliiarlad: V. Road Buffalo. New York; a'. .. 24-29 2.ooo (no
I ( He
Frlday-Evanll'ell"tlo. M..tln.-I BUY the uncle's wealth turns out to have hated the Idear -Before Janey-Jo ( Kdmond Markham. Plnln whose; Post office Address Is 884 28-J7 2oooon I
P. M. been a handsome annuity that end was born he treated me with real. if tiff. vs. Rosa Louise, Markham Do.fendant. Main Street Buffalo New York. 28-21 2.ooo on
1. :. cT UNITED not always Case No. 245$. You art required to appear on S0-.il 2.000 on I'
with his
and when
ed life the smart purposeful cruelty.
June 7th. 1943, In the 32.31 2.0011 on I
R" riit'RCM; OF rnni. T ''qA1 STATED ORDER OF priiLH'x( PIOV above named
:/ i 0.. lurk WoeS ..l I nlnei HUM apartment turns out to be a forty Night after night he was away until AND NOTICE: TO APPEAI Court and cause, wherein plaintiff .14-85 2,oiio( of I'
1.t MlalloeiByron dollar flat in the Bronx. that's when one or two In the morning and I STATE OF FLORIDA to: Rosa. seek divorce and Custody of Child. IU-S7 2000.00 P
,. ,. n. fnitlrr RraajicellBtHlhle WAR Louise Markham whose residence Is Bradford County Telegraph shall 38-3!) 2.ODD if' I
't s atudv 1O-OO: () A. M.i the piper calls for his pay. lay awake worrying about him. The 409! North Outhrle Avenue, Durham, publish this order In next four 40-42 a.ooo on') I
k i MornIng WorshIp11:00: A. M.Kvenlnw 1I (BONDS Small children can't make baby was that damn kid,' and. as North Carolina. weekly Issues. 41-45 3.oooon I
; Womhlp 7:30 P. M Important You are n-qulred to appear on Witness my hand and official 4A-4D 8.001)) OIl"'
Bible Study Wednesday 8:00: P. M. AND decisions. People in the thirties dancing tennis. trips became impossible June 7th. 1943 In the above named seal at Utarke., Florida this May 49-61 3.000.0(1( P
4 STAMPS and forties have had for me. It was an incessantwell Court and cause, wherein plaintiff 3rd 1943. 52-54 8,000 00 I''
usually seeks divorce. Bradford (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. a.ion( oo I'
COMMUNITY o 011I P":I MI1AIOVPrntrr what County J. Thomas 51-57
t and did'you have it for? I As Clerk of said 3.00000 II
( .. ..!I. some experience occasionally Telegraph. shall publish this Order Court 58-60
,,,, KI.K.Ur take M Mile W of B dale have some sense. Old people have Finally I was to be forgiven if it In next four weekly Issues.Witness W. C. Hardesty. Daytona Bea.ch. said Certificates being najabli J
Evangelistic! Services every Sun- was a son. His mother came to stay my hand and official Fla., Atty. for f If. 6-7 4 tofbVitT -* to both principal and lnt..Tn. )
'May" night 7:80.J.: called all the tunes and paid-and seal at Htarke, Florida, this April the office of the City Treapuw
A. Brook., Sponior. double paid-the Importunate piper. with us. and stated that the Bates 30th 1943.OFFICI41.. 1-: ( Intrir Bn 'UFORn and of the City of Stark.! FISt
babies always were sons. My adorable ( SEAL) A. J. Thomas ('01 NT". 11'01111'1 IN ('hAN'ER .
and their deciding times are over. ( and.WHEREAS. Jtidtt
A. Clerk of said Court. : 3. the said
80 the dangerous time Is In the late baby was born tiny. weak a William; D. Morgan, Jacksonville.Fla. Ruth Stevenson Graham Qarrab- the let day of May 1943 did l II',;
CHICKEN DINNERS: nutrition problem from the ,begin Atty. for Plf. 6-7 4t S-Si rant. Plaintiff v" Harold larrab- an order against. the State of f,<
-, SEA fOODS ; : 'teens and the early twenties and ning. Neither rant Defendant. Cane! No. 2467. l Ida requiring It through the "
we older women watch our girls Sidney' or his mother IN riHrriT COURT BHADPORO ORDER OP PUBLICATION Attorney for -the Eighth Ji'"
fearfully and sorrowfully at that showed any conern. I brought my C'Ol-NTV.' FLOHIUAl IX: ('HA AND NOTICE TO APPEAR Circuit of the State of Florida
little FLORIDA to: Harold appear and show cause
girl her
tIme. hoping that whatever we have through first hard Velma Dunlary Plaintiff, vs. Harry Oarr.brant Whose 1st address Ie Court at *:.00 P. M. O'clock on I ii,
been able to give them of cod, of weeks alone bearing all the anxiety Dunlary. Defendant Can No. 2477. o Royden Oarrabran, Nyack Poll" 7th A. D. 141. at the Count '
and ORDEK OF PUBLICATION epartm.nt, House In Starke... Bradford Cni'
TEMPTING. TASTY. SANDWICHES Sense of duty of wisdom and understanding. fatigue' as best I could. Sidneywas AND NOTICE TO APPEAR Sn address tfok'l\Ir: "' Oarrsiiran"NMw ; Florida why said Water and 81'

DELICIOUS HOME MADE PIES ,will guide them safely away more'than'I ever; I felt STATE! OF FLORIDA to: Harry : > 89 Burk StrMt'r.Y.0li."re'i Nyack Revenue Certificates and tluceedlngs
i like a mere paid housekeeper, keep: Junlary, whose residence, le Un- York. authorising the I'
,through. known. required lo appear on should not be validated. ( sod
Girls Better Prepared.For Inc my fretful baby out of his way You are required\ to appear on ror..7lh'i I943 In the above named firmed and. by said order IM
as much as I could sleeping In tbenursel' tune 7th. 143 In the above named cause, wherein plaintiff Court did direct the CI.rk.r
It is terrible truth that most Court and cause, wherein plaintiff divorce and publl.b) I
a and
to be that :ffrVd.f'ohu'r' Maiden Nam. re- Court to make
) she
sure survivedthe
t LUNCHEONETTE seeks divorce. Bradford Bradford NOTICE
A & A County ,
County Telegraph, notice, now therefore
of our young men are) completely :
\ nights, and spending long lonely Telegraph. shall publish this Order -puhlieh this Order ,in next HEREBY OWEN TO Ttil i 1
unprepared to make good husbands. days with a book. and In next four weekly issues wWitness. issues. PAYERS. PRO P B R T T OWVAND
In Park Theatre Bldg. ____ ____ Starke, Florida Girls have a better chance for several In the a perambulator Witness my hand and official my hand and official CITIZENS OF THE (flTTHTARKB
park. seal at Htarke, Florida, this MayOFVlCIAl. seal 1 at Florida A MUNICIPAUTTTHE
this ,
reasons. On is that many "Then I went i& my mother and 5th.: 1943. 3rd., 438tarke- May COUNTY OF BSA.D.'nl).
girls know something of housekeeping ( SEAL) A. J. Thomas (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. S. Thomas STAT OF FLORIDA. ,)
her I have been for more than A* Cleric of said Court. 4.B. A. Clerk of said Court NON-RESIDENTS OWNING PR<

managing, wifely obligation just three years. Janey-Jo Is a gloriously K. Ferryman. Stark. Florida W. C, Hardesty Da'tona' B..ach. ERTY' OR SUBJECT TO W
CLASSIFIED ADS from watching mother. Another is sturdy little. creature now. and Alt)'. for Plf. s-7 4t 6aiJi Fla. Atty. for Plf. G.7 4t G-38 TION THEREIN'C'LAUflSiI A NJ> OT "ARtaIvr.

that the success of a marriage depends the delight of both our lives. Sidney cmrrrr COI-RT' BRADFORD lv ...IRfT.I" T BII.'OFOHO HAVINQ. TITLE Oft OR ISTF.UEi
much more upon the wife's COt NTV. KLOIIIUAt I:* ('HANCEnT. ('OIIllTY. ....ORIII.\ AFFICTEDTHE :
asked me not to, get a divorce for ('.., iv "'IIANKY. PROPERTY TO BB '
WANTED WANTED-Frying size chickens disposition than upon that of the business reasons.'and I agreed gladto H. Mo Uruder Thompson Plaintiff. William T. Dal1or. ISHOANCB OF TH&u'E'ERrFI'ATES

Jutting on apartments, houiuMt or hens and turkeys. We pay husband. be spared publicity. H* was traveling v.Case.. No"I Thompson. Defendant. No.Jennie 245$E.. Dallor, Defendant.Plaintiff Case vs. that you and each of 7hereby ... I
located within 80 market price. If you can'tbl'lng Boys have no such training. The required to PP"r
borne for rent a good deal. and only a few ORDER OF PUBLICATION ORDER OF PUBLICATION show 'If any you n'v.
miles of Starke them. we come get them. average mother shrinks from the Intimates knew that we were living STATE AND NOTICE TO APPEAR 'ANE. NOT[('!!: TO APPEAR fore the cause Honorable: ; A. Z. Adi.
Street Write or phone Jim Forest thought that any other mere woman Also FLORIDA to: Jean TATE OF FLORIDA to: Jennie Judge. of the above nan1Pd'
119 East CaUl apart at th* time of the separation Thompson, whose residence Is 3113 E. Dallor, Whose. H" !"
90 Guidon Grill. Starke. is going to win her son away from r.h.1I Aven...., New No. I. residence I. H. D. at the County Court FIO'
W. T.' CI UTE. RealtorWANTEIJ phone h* stated that he wished half- & Fort News.Vou Cana"dalltua New York. Starke.. Bradford County,
_______ 5-7 4t her. She'll not anticipate/ this calamity custody of his child; very surprisingly la are required to I June To,7th.. are r"'I..lr".4 .0 appear nn at 3:Oft P. M.! o'clock on Jun' .

(Male) by helping him see what Is for he hadn't seemed to know Jun. 7th.. 1'4.. In the above appear named on I Court ana.. 1943 cause, In. wherein the above named A.and D. 1943. why said pror'tlf'tt ,

High school students to work as FOR RENT 4-room furnished line and trustworthy In any girl) and she was alive. ..Bui I think his moth Court and divorce.cause Bradford wherein plaintiff I Is.ks sacks divorce. Bradford plaintiff Count e: should and n v.u"
at Mldlakes 2 miles! what is not. They're all vampires County shall publish this and confirmed
clerks serving the armed forces bungalow er put him up to"tt Telegraph. shall publish this Order i In next four weekly Order '"
this side of Keystone on Road trying -to capture her Robert. and In next tour weekly Issues. Witness issues. Bradford County_T.I1"'
; during the summer months. "You cart/guess'the rest; the good Witness my hand anel official 'j0jbe
hand seal duly
Positions are open for persons 28. 1 mile from airport. W. L. she'll not help them! So she Is very fine protecting man who has come seal at Starke.my Florida. and this official May I 4th 1943.at Starke Florida this May era circulation qualified publlohod CO IIIty ..
Fla. ltp apt to misrepresent them to him. 6th. 194 X. I OFFICIAL (' or dtarke. Jlrldford
Andrews Hampton Into
17 or older who can meet my life. to show me what love SEAL) A. J. d..olll'oarol
years FICIAL, Thomas
; criticize them. warn him that although SEAL) A. S. Thomas I Clerk of Paid Florida I. hereby "
I.. and what life might be. A. Clerk of 'ourt. which this
the qualifications. He Is said Court I Gerald R. Hart the newspaper In fo1I'In'
hours. FOR SALE 1 Progress fruit Ann Is a very fine girl, she'sgoing my mother's doctor. W Jo:, h Florldll I AUy for Plf. Jacksonville Fla shall published on the
Excellent salary and good years old. Atty. for 'f IT"8t"rk:7| G.7 4t &..281'If '
I rtufeMay -
to get fat like her mother. 4t G-U
juice cooler 1 Progress Ice fine In 1913IJJI9U.
every war, He lost his wife :
the 14,
on :
4 Living 'IR.IT .i'r 7, un: May
'f i and although Susan seems a '... 't'IT' I DR
perfectly 1"1 ( ( foYHT
all like UFOnn
at the Camp Blan-! chest. Other fixtures two years ago; is childless, and loves DH 'OFORO (01 '" 'I.ORIII" I
I post. Apply I new.-B r a d ford Grocery 1-4 delightful creature. there) Is my child. '..' (0! : Y' FL0RID.1, n tIIAN..I: ('FBI, I'V "'"ANJ. IN WITNESS WHEREOF.
"-23 3t (Eli. hand
ding Exchange office. I W. hereunto set my j
I ml. north of Starke on Rd. 13. that uncle of hers who misappropriated Price ef Happiness."And Davis Marshall Chestnut Plaintiff Filol... l\IcMlch..n.SleMichen Plaintiff' ".. I the official seal of said. t'or.;

J. IF YOU WOULD BUY OR SELL I ltp funds ten years ago. now Sidney won't consentto vs.Case Mary I No Todd 2470. Ch.etnut, < ..fenda.,,: I (o. 2489. Defendant Case I Slarke, Bradford County A PAs I''

jmilk cows, stock cows beef So Robert goes afleld! )to find his a divorce unless I'surrender J an- ORDER OF Pt'Pf.JCAT1o I I ASI ORDER> NOTICE OF prRLIC'ATON this lat day. of May A. J.: ''H().

i._ cattle, stock bulls or hogs. get I I WANTED (Female) ,sweetheart. and the result Is i part ey-Jo entirely I His mother and a STATE ANT> NOTICE OF TO pPR I "'TATE' oc FLORIDA TO APPEAR to: Clerk of the. Circuit ( OU l11

_ ':in touch with .1. D. Odom Jr.. High school students to work as of our tragic national story of di widowed sister want her. of course Tod.t Chestnut FLORIDA whose address tn: ,M.ry IsCarolf" 'ibiCSEichen Whose residence I.Eloise Un- I(Bradford OFFICIAL County SEAL Florid) 6-7 III

Box 247 Starke; Box 204 Lake clerks serving the armed forces vorces. and he wants to please them. So :'. Station MulllnsT South I a.-.

I City; Telephone 481 Lake City. during the summer months. Her is the case of an Oshkosh between them they would sacrifice You are required. to spoeae nn

Auction market every Th-irs- Positions are open for persons woman; a case that Is typical of the little thing who owes her life to Court. une 7th.and. 1943.cause In, Ihe above named EVERY BRANCH OF 1(1
'day on all classes of live stock 17 years or older who can meet many and full of bewilderment and me. who would never have weathered .ffaf.sa. 'and no other plaintiff relief

_ at Lake City at 2:30: P. M. the qualifications. suffering. Mary Bates Is 23: a capable a thousand crfses but for me. publish. this T."raph' .chaiR

Excellent salary and good office worker. with a small girl Is this fair I become- frantic weekly ,issu...Order In next tour Q

KICK, YOUNG family cow. with hours. Apply at the Camp Blan- of four. A small girl of four as with resentment when I think of It Witness" my hand and official

calf 4 'or 5 days old. for sale ding Exchange, office.. 4-23 3t some of us know can be a rather that I know I am not regarding the seal 5th. r:43tark.: .. J.'lortda. this ..MayoF'FIC'AL ._s fl: ttrctnce

as I do not need her.-L. L. bewitching person and the picture situation reasonably and I want ( 8EAL) A. J. Thomas

Conner Starke. on Rt. 2. FOUND-One sow with 8 pigs. Mary. Lee sends me of Janey-Jo your opinion. What Is my best way John A. Clerk.Henderson of said Court,

could on any magazine cover out?" par. 1.1' Atty. for
5-72tp Owner may have by paying for go -7 4t 6-JS

feed and adverU*ement.--Carl with general approval. How to avoid paying the piper NOTICE: p.A

: FOR SALE House and 33 acres McKlnney Sampson City Fla "When Janey.Jo was 11 months It was headstrong 19 that called the Notice I. hereby .given OPTIO that H. c. WALL A

_., land on Road 28. 1 ml. IJO. Crystal 4-30 2tpLOSTBlack old I left her father." writes Mary. tune; it was an inexperienced infatuated the 11:00 Ith oclotk day of A.Jun.si{ A.. D. 1943. on at
Lake Air Field. $1.000 cash "The reasons were complete Incompatibility girl who leaped into the th"reaft.r .. .n. or heard a. .oon

; or terms. Apply owner. W. A. Marked boredom. continual drawing marriage; it is a saddened, 'hurt BSeSBff VS."AVn apply the to

_ Jones Rt. 1, Box 58. Starke. and Jersey underblt cow. swal- apart: It was a marriage that wiser woman who has to bear the t... Circuit Court of .the, Judge Eighth of Agency
Up crop upper never should have taken place as resulVMary's Judicial Circuit Dt Florida In
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low fork upper and underblt. my own father and mother and all only solution lies In pa In for Starke.Bradford County, at hs Office Constant Service

LOST-Ration book No. 1. Any- When last seen wore leather my friend knew well. But I was tience but time goes slowly for sep may then b.Florida. for an or order wherever h. Over 50 Years

: one finding same please return halter. f S for her return. Crosby 19 Sidney :29 we were both Infatuted. arated lovers and her resentmentwill Judi icing* Sterns tim. underpign.. t 0 autho1.adopt

,. to Jessie SaUcy Rt. 2, Box 38, Like road at city limit.-Wm. and although the honeymoon break forth again and again. Burke a I.minor.F.lllnllton'Fr.ddle

: Rocky Point N, C. ,Itp F. Cone. 4-30 .2tp '.1 4t ,.u Ellln.ton Please Phone 146'PAGIS