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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: June 18, 1943
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
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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 )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Given Your Typewriter New DivisionIs Special Legislation I Army Becomes Is DeterminedTo County Fair {

ouch Needed By ArmyThe Passed For CountyThe Serve CountryArch ;


armed forces of the United Board .of County Commissioners Thomas Jr., son of Cir

ntilJime26) States needs every available type ActivatedAt bad several hundred dollars Big BuyerOf cuit Court Clerk A. J. Thomas, ToBeHeldHere :

of U. S. legal

perfectly good
writer. The Government Itself has displayed remarkable patriot- I'

New Trial will buy outright any standard BlandingAnother fund"tender, called tied the up "Bond In an "Inactive RefundIng Crops HereThe Urn connection, courage with and determinationIn his desire to This Fall

or make machine built as far backas Account Fund", which had enter the armed service. ,

1935. Any typewriter dealer been lying Idle for a long period. rl
:
When he was called by the After one season's rest, the f
with the Circuit new combat team for There were too many goqd uses State Farmers' Market at
n connection will handle for you, giving a fair local Selective Service Board a
Bradford Fair Association :
be Starke is still selling fresh corn County ::1
verdict of secondree Uncle Sam-the 63rd Division to which the money could put
,urt Jury's price. for It to lie dormant indefinitely, to the Army L. M. White, acting few months ago, he was rejected has decided to stage a "bigger ;,
rendered lat week bearing as Its emblem a sword because of a physical disability.! and better" fair this fall than ;-
The
murder ,armed forces will person so the Board decided to see If manager stated this week. How f .
the case of Ernest Daugherty ally purchase the older machines. and flame Insignia was born at something could not be done ever, sales have declined from He tried to get in conditionallybut ever before. Of course, due to

L the fatal shooting of Dan Hence, If you have a typewriter Camp Blanding Tuesday In an about It.Consequently. 43,000 dozen ears last week, to was again rejected.A restrictions In transportation and '

Le. 21 1942 the presld- new or old lying around the impressive activation ceremonyIn at Its meeting on only 12.000 dozen this week. major operation was declared other handicaps, some of the

Nov. house, insert a small ad In the the open-air theatre just off April 5 It passed a resolution requesting Bradford's corn crop la practically to be the only alternative, features usually presented will be

judge, John A. H. Murphree, papar or otherwise let it be Klngjley Lake. It was the second the 1943, State Legislature exhausted, but Alachua and he wan assured by Army officials omitted; but on the whole the

owed the defendant 15 days InLch known. time In recent week that Camp to pass an Act to authorize still has volume, he said and the that, if the operation was Association believes it will be

to file motion, for a new Your old phonograph recordsare Blanding has been the scene of the Board to transfer moneys now market here serves surrounding entirely successful, he would beaccepted perhaps the "best yet".

J1.l.Bit also wanted. It makes no activation the 66th Division carried In, and which may accrueto counties also. for the' Air Corps if he According to the President, S. j

the motion Is filed the case I III difference how old they are, having been organized there In the credit of the Board In that A number of trucks have also applied to the local Board for A. Weldon, the fair will begin

l likely be argued before Judge : get them together and be ready April. fund, to' such other funds held in been loaded with corn, headedfor Immediate Induction. early In November and continuea ., 1

[urphree before his decision Is when the big drive begins. ALthough Commanded by Brigadier-Gen the name of and administered by Virginia Tennessee and North Accordingly. Arch has gone toa week or ten days "In these :

tiered In the matter. The time they will be accepted at eral Louis E. Hibbs, a much- the Board .as shall be deemed to Carolina disposing of 12,000 dozen Jacksonville hospital for the war times," Mr. Weldon said ',

Spires June 20, and up to thise any time, the National American decorated and twice wounded he- be to the best interest of theCounty ears more. operation. He says that if he "special stress wUl be laid on ; t

no such motion has been Legion begins Its second big ro of World War 1, the new as a whole. The bill passed A good quantity of peas has falls this time he will enter home-processed foods-frulta and .r t

ed The verdict automatically drive on July 3. The local Post division has been being organizedat the Legislature. also been sold at the market some phase of civilian war work. vegetables and home-cured meat. ';'1
Irries with It a sentence offora No livestock or poultry will be It )
will join in this effort. Blanding for several weeks' and this week. It is rather late forblackeyed
to life In the State la displayed, he stated, but eggs of I"?,
20 years now prepared to( start its actual
peas, and they are Drink Dealers all kinds will be shown \I $
loonS training Use Tax .
program.
Stamp somewhat wormy. In order to
Needlework will also be a \
DedicationAt meet the demands of the Army,
ospital Group Public Asked To Use vegetables must be In firat-claas special feature, Including gar- t 1
ments and fancy work, and val.

o Meet Soon Pine LevelDedication Branch P. O. NumberThe Due July 1 condition.its The first market order from has the received Are WarnedOfficials uable prizes will be awarded to "

the winners in all exhibits; It
The regular' meeting of the new method of speeding' Army for peas, Mr. White said. U. urged that all who plan to
and Collector of Internal Revenue He was to ship 120 hampers to of the local Rationing
Florida Camp mall deliveries ad- have exhibits at the
foitheastern up through Fair begin
FahsTaas announced that Avon Park Board this week received the following
John L. Thursday morning,
be services for
Council will the enlarged
Service
oupital! dition of a branch post office now to prepare for them.
auto use tax stamps In the denomination and a good many peas are being bulletin from the Jacksonville .
Id Tuesday. June 29., at 10 and newly remodelled Pine number to the address on mall \, ,! "
.of to Miami truck. Peas office of the OPA:
} $5 are now onaale shipped by
!..I. at Red Cross Headquarters Level Baptist Church will be held for delivery In large cities, is! Short Circuit I
Blanding, Mrs.9le In all pot fflcN. The stamps are out down there and are just "It has come to the attenton of Ignites': "

illitng.Burns Camp Red Cross Execu- Sunday morning, beginning at being Within placed a few In operation days after rapidly.initia- will "payment of the tax coming In here.Cucumbers this, office that a number of soft Electrical Ice Box ;

Bradford County 10 o'clock. A number of visit- for the"fiscal!year beginning July Lima beans and drink dealers have raised their \
ve, of the tion of the plan, under Instruc-
pter, announced yesterday. ing ,ministers will be present and tions of Postmaster General F. 1 and must be purchased on or butter beans are also being ship prices on bottled soft drinks to Another "electrical' fire" broke
before that date. They will be Is a higher price than that which out In Starke about 10
We would like to have all good sermons and singing will be C. Walker, nearly all postmastersIn ped.; The demand much greater P. M. '
r ons Interested In the Campd the the l irge cities had assigned serially numbered will be gummed for Limas than the supply. they charged on March 1042. Thursday. June 10 in Guy's / .'\

Hospital to be present at the enjoyed throughout day. unit numbers to their branch offices on the, face and will have Fordhooka bring from $2 to $2.- "This la a direct violation of Market\ on South Walnut St. :,;

leetlng'." Mrs. Burns said. "If All members of the church and millions of residents had provision on the back for entryof 50; Limas from $1.75 to $2.25: ; the price control act, and all persons Because of a short circuit In the

ou will get In touch with met visitors are urged to bring basket been advised of the number to be the make model, aerial num- cucumbers from, $2 to $4; peasaround are hereby warned that if motor of the electric meat box (

,t telephone number 35, or withirs. lunches and dinner will be added to their addresses and a ber and statc\ license number of 11.23: per hamper; and they have raised their prices It suddenly began to smoke until w

[ K. G. Duncan, chairman ofe served on the grounds at. noon. considerable volume of mall was the vehicle. corn has averaged, 25 cents per above their :March 1942 ceilings, the neighbors turned In the fire i,

committee, at phone 85 we Improvements to the church already carrying the numbers as- To guard against loss or theft, dozen all season, Mr. White said. they must Immediately be restored alarm. 1r.. J

ill be glad to see that transpor- were recently completed at a signed.! it has been suggested that, when to such ceilings. Any viola No other damage was done, jP
the vehicle tions brought to our attention but the motor was completely 'I'8 S t
she said. affixing "stamps, Chaplains And Pastors t
itlon Is provided cost of around 1.500 for-- ater- The new system speeds theseparation 1
up
Interested In thishae owner should dampen the wind- will be turned over to the Investigation ruined, Guy Sale proprietor, '
All women lals and painting alone. Membersof of mall for distribution
Met Last WeekThe "
Division said. Although the fire .
work are shield rather than the adhesive engine ;
of Red Cross
the church did the carpenter
to branch offices and
permits side of the stamp. This method Is "Retail sellers, of bottled beer arrived In due time, It was not ,
"ged to be there .
themselves.Manassas
work of the
much more rapid handlingof regular meeting used. Titus J"
the stamp Olson, specialist In
recommended to keep also of ceilIng
are warned violating -
mall by inexperienced postal Intact on the windshield. As an Protestant chaplains and. ministersof refrigeration, was right In front J1of I t1,

hemical Warfare Take PrizesIn clerks,. thousand of whom have additional precaution, each motor Starke was held at the Station prices, the building at the time,' and i ?|l l
i; been to replace Hospital Chapel at Camp Bland- "The penally Imposed for violation
employed
t
escribed At Club EventsLast personnel vehicle owner should make a record got In and remedied the situation t, !jl
Bowling who have gone Into the armed of the serial number that appears Ing on Thursday, June 10. may result in fines imprisonment lie has already repaired the motor t. r
forces and Into war Industries. Chaplain Richardson was chairman or suits for treble the /
Col. G. F cronin, chemical Monday night Henry and on the use tax stamp in the of overcharge $50, but the fulL extent of the damage ;"
or
tarfare officer with the 66th Art Manassa and Judge E. K. Rapid increase in volume of event the stamp should become of the program committee.One amount whichever amount la Is not known at thin time. t
greater.
of the men and Chaplain
loss
mall and the of some 30,000
Division at Camp Blanding was Perryman went to Jacksonvilleto lost.

:nest speaker at the Rotary enter the "all-star" bowling postal employes to( the armed Every owner of a motor vehicle Armstrong some of gave the work a demonstrationof of the hospital Pastor ReturnedTo P. S., Inc. Branch

:lub Wednesday and gave an in- tournament, which Included 25 of forces made it necessary to adopt which Is used upon' the highways
and Miss MaryK.
of warfare, this section, the plan, in the Interest of accurate chaplains Methodist ChurchThe Closed This WeekThe
erestlng history gas the best bowlers In should call at his local postofflceor Hunt gave a resume' of thework
ihlch he stated dates back to the efficient mall service and
mostly from Jacksonville. Theyare at the office of the Internal
of the Red Cross at the Call Street branch of P. j
for the relief of
ia before Christ.Col. five postal personnelwho Rev. C. C. Powell was returned -
to play, singles, games Revenue Collector and secure a Hospital. S. Stores, Inc. closed Its doors "

Cronin said that It Is the each Monday night for three are burden carrying of work.an extremely $5 use tax stamp and affix It Chaplain Clark of the 63rd Div to the pastorate of the Sunday night, not because business ,1

nnounced policy of the United consecutive Mondays, Henry Man- heavy to his vehicle on or before July ision gave the devotional I Methodist Church at Starke for was bad, but because Its
of the
States not to use gas unless the assa stated yesterday. An example new type 1, the Collector said. A fine dinner was held at theOfficers' I the third year by Bishop ArthurJ. owner Leo Pfaff. of New York ::4
of address la
: Moore who at the
presided
,
.
nemy resorts to its use, first.towever Immediately after the conclusion Mr. John C. Smith Mess at noon. At the City, who owns three other such ,[ )<
annual session of the Methodist
we are fully preparedor of the first night's gam ". 222 Mattapan Ave. Truck Takes Away noon meeting, Julius L. Thorn, Conference which closed Sundayat stores, had, other plans for the ;,,IIV'

chemical warfare both de- Henry and Art were challenged Boston 8 director of the USO-YMCA, pre- In Lakeland. manager and the atack. U' ,,

ensive and offensive. If the need for a series of games by Gegtge MassachusettsThe Roof Of PorchThe sided. Other Southern ministers College who are well- His lease en the building, i'v t ;>

rises, he stated.Cigarette McDonald top duck-pin bowler of number after the name of casual passerby, seeing the The next meeting will be held known here received the follow- which Is owned by Mrs. Elka ,vA 11

Jacksonville Beach, and Francis the city Indicates the branch roof from the 'front porch of a at Starke on Thursday July 8. ing appointments: Laurie O. Ray, Ballln, of 675 West End Ave., ,I" ,f.'I

Dealers Jackson top Jacksonville man. post office (or postal unit) thru house at N. Weller and Eighth College Heights Church. Lake- New York City expires June 30, '..

Must Get Permits It was a 3-game match and the which delivery la made. Each resident 3ta. lying in the front yard "White Savage" land; Herbert Hazzard, Lawtey; and he decided not to'renew It. '
was $50, which the Manassa Starke had All stock In the store Is being ,
prize that
askedto think ,
of the large cities la might G. F. Scott professor In Southern '
I boys copped. Not yet satisfied, been hit by a cyclone, Billed At Park TheatreVivid transferred to the Blanding Center
"The new Florida cigarette tax add the postal unit unmber to recently College; H. A. Spencer, Danla; '
aw requires that all dealers, both the two Jacksonville men chal- his return address, and to notifyall but circumstantial! evidence Is adventurous entertain- W. A. Fisher Perry; John James branch. Ed Jones, manager

holesale and retail, to purchasea lenged the Manassas to a second to whom 'he writes that his misleading in this case. ment will be brought to the Park Rooks, Trinity Church, St. Petersburg will Columbus spend the month of July at '
Starke Ga.
which the where he will
run
state permit giving them the 3-game match address is not complete without The house belongs' to Mrs. Dan Theatre Sunday Monday and ; L. P. Drlakell, Lake
men again won for another $50 the number. Moore, and Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Butler.Two. the store while Its manager la on
uthorlty to deal In movie
cigarettes In the technicolor
Tuesday vacation. He will likewise
G. H. Browning with the State prize, winning by a single pin. Residents of small cities, towns Walker and their three small : "White Savage", co-starring Jon former pastors of the August at the Standing Center spend

Beverage Department stated here and rural regions should Inquire children live there. I Hall, Maria Montez and Sabu Starke church are Chaplains In tore while its Charles

Wednesday. The securing of such Laurel And Hardy of their correspondents In the About 1 o'clock Monday after who will be remembered as the the Army: Rev. B. M. Montgomery Parlser, is on his manager vacation. < I

permits has been turned over to To Florida large cities concerning the number noon Roy Sellers drove up to the featured trio In the "ArabianNights" Is stationed at Camp Bland- If Mr. ParUer U called Into the
Coming Mr. Walker representative { : :
the assigned to the city residents' home of I
Beverage Department, and film.A Ing, and the Rev. Frank Robinson : armed forces-and there la strong ,
Mr. Browning will be In the Stan Laurel and Oliver Hardy branch post office so that the of the Bell Bread bakeries, South Sea island paradise lathe who is somewhere in North Africa : llkllhood that he will be called I

sheriffa office In the courthousehere I play air raid wardens, poke fun mall may be expedited. The degree In his huge Flamingo truck to locale of the story a roman- this week, Mr. Jones will become ; i>
Walker cakes.
on Tuesday and Wedne day, at the same to which mall will be speeded bring Mr. some tic tale dealing with the plightof
I at themselves and door It II la noted that the Rev. For manager at Blanding Center He
off the
,
When he drove ,
June 29, 30 for the purpose of time teach a lesson in patriotismIn depends upon the extent to which which-la at the back end of the an amorous shark hunter who rest Church was appointed to will still go to Columbus for July

!issuing these permits.The their newest film "Air Raid the numbers are used by mailers. left and it loves the fascinating native prin serve the church at WUdwood. A however, and Mrs. Jones will take
that truck was open.
new tax of three cents per Wardens", which will be shownat Under the new plan maIl I suitable theme song for that charge of the store until his re-
and
roof of the
the porch cess.Underwater
package goes Into effect July 1. the Florida Theatre Sunday Is sent to large cities, carryingthe caught swimming sequences church would be "Come to the ;
unit number will be pulled it entirely off, :causing, it turn.No
,
and Monday and also at.the mid- postal featuring Hall and Sabu are Church in the Wildwood". word has been received yet
Library News Notes night show Saturday.As distributed more quickly than \la. to fall clear"otthe porch. the declared to be unusually effective from Mra., Ballln as to who will :, *
and with much less Luckily, no one was on "
now
possible Innovation
they I and Miss Montez' costume occupy the vacated store t i.i: f(
go
amateur wardens steps to be crushed by Clean-up Drive space
clerks. While porch or
To educate and entertain muddle up strain on postal the sheerong. Is certainto It Is understood that the Ellis fMllltary f\':;
through trials galore, mall which does not bear the number : the fall. Three-year-old Teddle
be a highlight of the film. Now Under WayPolice
and engage Store of 1415: Wa hlne'I|
'POWER WITH WORDS" by their first aid patients will be delivered about as> was on the platform where Mr. '
ton Ave. Miami Beach is : \
battle Interested -
Norman In a whipped-cream at It will not Seller. had Just unloaded his order Holtzen- :
Lewis) Is a revolutionarynew rapidly as present Officer Ben C. If i '
Married Women they In touch
But they can get
book for speakers, executives with Edgar Kennedy. receive the benefit of the speedier of cakes Six-year-old Patsy dorf and his laborers, under the with the ; '

clubwomen, lawyers, students and redeem themselves when saboteurs they distribution and may shot avoid was across the street at a neigh Given New Rights direction of Charles A. Darby, owner.
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teachers. blunder Into a gang of possible delays caused by inability bor's house, while Mrs. Walker chairman of the Street Committee -

America's Fighting Planee", and capture them without of the depleted force of experienced and her 18-months-old baby Gregory Florida's married women now of the City Council have already RATION DATES J;

many portraits In full color with outside aid. employees to handle< all were Inside have the same legal rights to begun cleaning up Starke'a \"
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accompanying vivid text, givesus It Is a screamingly funny the mall. make contracts, and to sue or be vacant lots, ridding them of high I Meat cheese canned milk, tats: ( .

a complete record of military comedy guaranteed to make you All Cows ShouldBe sued, that their husbands have. grass, weeds, and underbrush and June 3-J, K and L red stamps '{

Planes |In action today. A book forget your war-time troubles. List Hogs Now Governor Holland signed into Incidentally of their breeding expire. June 13-M\ stamp be'f Ji1; t
for VaccinatedAll law the "married women's eman- came valid.
.
places for mo qultoe.
young and old. For VaccinationEvery bill" which Rep. Mary Canned fruits and vegetables: 5 |r..
House and of Bond Quota tested cipation All of vacant lots In
Garden's "Book June milk cows mould be Lou Baker of Plnellas County owners July 7-K. L and M stamps ex- c ., -
gardening" Is written and edited year many horses and for T. B. and Bangs disease, the city are urged to clean them i
.
steered thru J J :
by Richardson Wright. I Bradford County's June quota mules are lost from sleeping County Agent L. T. Dyer says, only woman member four defeats up themselves Mr. Holtzendorf Sugar: Aug. 15-Stamp 13 : "t

The Little Prince" by the author -' for War Bonds is -9.2oolssue sickness and the only remedy is and he Is making an effort to the Legislature despite aid; but for the benefit of those good for five pounds explrea. oJ ;'

of "wind. Sand and Stars". cost- This makes $65,600 face or to vaccinate against the disease get this work done by a veterin In the,, House.that married women who do not do so, It is plannedto Stamps 15: and 18 good for five ,
fromthe
You, may decide whether this one maturity value. Instructions each year, according to L. T. arian. It provides consent of theirhuabands..manage have the city clean: them up pounds If needed for canning; J'' I'persona 1
II for children or adults-moat office of the State Adminis- Dyer, county agent.Mr. Those wishing\ to have their may..without and add the labor fee to the needing additional allotr': :
sell and control :1
critics' are still undecided. trator In Jacksonville state that Dyer is now compiling a cows tested should list them with light bill. for canning apply at '
ments may
Bonds their own property, enter, 'r'
"It's A Chinch Private Finch"half "only sales of Series E War list of those who wish to have Mr. Dyer.Manning. sued. In line with the clean-up movement ration board
i Is be credited contracts, sue or be ",
pictures by Sgt. Ralph at Issue cost may. War their animals vaccinated and he Married women also may be- the House and Grounds Coffee: June 30-Stamp 24. e'e I

Stein half words' bHafry against quotas. However.of course, will arrange with a veterinarian Gone come business partners of their Committee of the American Legion good for one pound, expires. !'''. ,
Broun; Savings Stamps may. to do the work. Those who wish their hus Post Is having the grounds Shoes June 18-Stamp 18 became _{ ,
which In husbands and receive "
"Kate nnlgate" by Booth be credited ,on bondS, to have It done should flit their Night Policeman Volley F. around the Legion ball cleaned ; valid .1. .
band's of attorney. ./
Tarkington will be credited on the quota. animals with him. who has been on the power
: "Georgia Boy" by turn Manning Heretofore married women have Gas: Persona entitled to 240 I
Ersktne: Caldwell "Hell and High Starke police force for the past up.Mr. rations '),\
; had no such rights In Florida Holtzendorf has unofficially miles per month gas .
Water". *y William MacLeod"fwe Lawtey ScoutsThe Recent BirthsMr. several months, resigned last and could sign legal instrument urged that step be taken at must secure certificate from the "i /

; "Mr. Fortune Finds A Scout Troop week to accept a place a. Special only with consent of their husbands once to clean up the Crosby Lake official car-charing committee. '

Bank 1 r. by H. C. Bailey; ,"Mama'a Lawtey Boy on Thursday and Mrs. Edward Mitchell Agent at the Seaboard shops In or after establishing them- Cemetery, which Is badly In need Fuel Oil: Sept. 30-Present I .

Account" by Kathryn For- will meet regularly ParentAl are Blount Lawtey June 10, girl.! Jacksonville. His place has not selves as free dealers by court of It, and should be kept clean Fuel oil tickets expire and new '

'. and many other new books nights at 8 o'clock. their boysto Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Cruce. yet been filled. Mayor. L. A. proceedings. at all times. dealing period beg L8.Trading "'

bill b. found at the Pubu U' urged to encourage Lawtey. June IS: boy. Canova stated yesterday.
). attend these meetings.
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TWO ham visited her mother Mrs. A.I;were guests of their parents, Mr, At The Tabernacle WAR-TIME TRAVELERS

The Bradford County Telegraph C. Davis, several days recently.Her I and Mrs.. Arch Dobbs, over the I A fine five-piece orchestra is
sister, Joyce Davis, accom- weekend.Mrs. contribution to the
Kntabltebed 1877 her hpme for a week's J. P. Warren Has returned I an outstanding services. The song f"atu jr,..
panied Tabernacle '
from a ten-day visit with her I .
L.IChapen
visit directed by Sgt. Geo.
MBMSBR.FLoRJM ca C. C. service
Wllla Mr. and Mrs.
Miss parents
Mrs. L. Watts of Camp Blandlng and
PRESS>VSSOCIAnONNAHQfALEDITORIALAS50ClAnCW\\ Jean Malone and Sara Emma Smith. In Tallahassee Mr. Warren and 'Dunmore Pa., Is especially lnsplilng -
week-end
'\*) Crews went to Hampton Beach went up for the home. The children and young
JC Sunday. accompanied her people form a choir that renders /
of Detroit
C. L- Matthew ______ Editor sod One Garland Godwin Is at nome I Mra. Lora E. Partney of heron choruses and special numbers are ed,4d
the
Mich. Is guest
from Emory University for a I daughtetr-ln-law Mr. and brought by the Tabernacle member #
ItUB! .;IUPT.O.N KATK month's visit with his parents, and and soldiers attending. A

Yearly ,1.73: Sit Month SLOG Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Godwin. .I Mrs. .O.and L.Mrs.Partney.Mr. T. T.. Randall and special treat Sunday was the male Today,with crowded transportation sod hotel hcilj.
Mrs. David Skollnk, the former and Teddy, of quartet and a solo by Jack Schell- lies, it if more essential than ever to protect
children, Tony you
IOUbUsbe.a Weekly on Friday and Catered NM- Miss Ruth Hershfleld arrived Jacksonville, were week-end visitors hess At the close of the service money, for cub is a temptation to tbieTci, .Qj once
DG'J Class Matter at the Fort Orgies at Starka. Flav Wednesday to spend some time In the-home of Mr. and Mrs.J. Sunday night the ordinance of lost or stolen, it is usually goat forever.

with her parents Mr. and Mrs 0, Randall. baptism was administered to Pvt. Wb n changed into Amerirao ExpressTraveler
B. Hershfleld, as her husband has Dennis Milner of Camp, Blanding. ,however, I i. safe and
Cheque your money la
Okla. Wade Stewart and daughter readilyspendable
ordered to :Fort Sill of thai sown, at leisureon
MARKETSFrom I been Children form alw. .. If lost
BLACK or stolen
I Wadlne, of St. Petersburg, are you ue to-
for military duty. Lee.I Wednesday afternoons, are invited titled to a prompt refund.
Frank
Mrs.
and children visiting Mr. and
Mrs. J. S. Walker to the children meeting at
whether Floral City, Mr. Mrs. P. D. Fancher returned M. Issued la denominations of,$10. $20, $50 and
now on it is pretty much up to the people have moved to the Chapel from 3 to 4 P.
Riverside Hospital :: Cost for $100 Minimum
previouslyto Saturday from $1OO. 7)4 COM 4O for 310
of existence. having gone and hour
out Walker An interesting profitable
black markets flourish or are wiped
near there. Jacksonville. to$5O. For sale at Banks,Express Offices and
' The Office of Price Administration has set up adequate accept a position of I I Is enjoyed. Railroad Stations. many
Mrs. Cecil Hill Mrs. R. P. Stubbins, Sr. has
black Mr. and
machinery for preventing inflation and smothering u every man woman and
markets. Price ceilings have been set for all foods and Zephyrhllls, who have been visit-. returned to her home In Talla child In the United Steles lay AMERICAN
Mrs.E. EXPRESS
other products which would be tempting to black market Ing their parents Mr. and hassee. aside 1100 the aggregate will !
than G. Land have returned home. Mrs. J. W. jfcltch has gone to r Id about S13.000.000.000 or the
refuse to prices higher
,. operators. If the people pay Supt. L. F. Chapman has goneto Jacksonville to live with her amount the Treasury most TRAVELERS CHEQUES
can't survive. I
those ceilings black markets Ocala to attend the State I brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and raise In It. Second War Loan. ::::t
There will be many temptations to take advantage of
Sheriffs' Association Mrs. Reese Bradley. Mrs. Ritch I
black market offers of goods which are temporarily not Mr. and Mrs. W. N. North I.Rtill retains her,position at Camp
available through legal channels. But if any sizable number were guests of friends in Jacksonville Blanding. :
of us give in to these temptations, conditions can soon over the week-end. I ..- i 91
reach a point where we will have to rely on black markets. Mr and Mrs. John Henwoodof 5'IlJI/
If black markets get a permanent hold, the cost of living Sefner are visiting Mr. and Rtmember Bataan
F will go sky high. To prevent ruinous inflation it is the Mrs. J!:. G. Land. Invest 1/uJt'J

duty of all of us to refuse to pay higher than ceiling prices. Dr. and Mrs. M. L. Bristol of A Dime Out of
J To identify black markets we can follow this general Gainesville were week-end guestsof
Mr. and Mrs. L. R, Bristol. Every Dollar in
who than established ceiling
rule: anyone charges more '"

prices is a black market operator. Lake Mr. City and Mrs.and Pvt.Carl and Dobbs Mrs.of I U.S.War Bonds .You can spot it every time..

qv Lonnie Dobbs of Macon Ga.
I THE TIN-SAVING HABIft J

a general in Africa writes home how much

With many women the saving of tin cans has become a EVEN meeting the gang downtown to "
habit. They have a box or basket in the kitchen into which OFFICESUPPLIES r
they toss all tin cans they open-and they would feel as .enjoy Coca-Cola.Overseas Coke is a refreshing

though they had done a most unpatriotic act if they ever remembrance of home. Men cherish its taste

threw a tin can away. .
But a lot of others evidently haven't bothered with the and refreshment.The .
i r tin can salvage program. For the government reports that
I two out of every three tin cans which get into the consum-
er's hands are never turned in. Thus, whereas the nation "r ""*-' *ff+*-rm-f-r-- --Br.tf* -aTxTjonsrtW vir. sr f- newspapers have been full of such Inci

Y .Is now salvaging 20,000 tons of tin cans a'month, it couldbe survivors getting
salvaging 60,000 tons if everyone would co-operate. We Stock Many Items Needed.iit Ordinary dents. Such as Bataan

The need for tin cans is now greater than ever. Our na hold of some fruit, eggs and Coca-Cola.
of its tin supply from Sumatra Civilian And Mili-
tion-used to Import 90 per cent Business Routine, Both ,
Malaya, Ceylon and other South Pacific areas. Nowit Mighty welcome fare to them,they said. t

is depending upon salvage-plus a small portion of its tary. Let Us Supply You Needs

needs which it manages to get from Bolivia and the Bel- These men, like yourself have foundin x
gian Congo. C
A large part of the tin which we get now is being used to ice-cold: Coca-Cola all the difference .
make new tin cans for packaging food for our army and Account Books Box Files
navy. No substitute for tin has been found which will withstand Adding Machine Paper & Ribbons between something really refreshing and

I the changes of weather and severe conditions which Desk Blotter Pads Cardboard something to drink. Yes, the only
just .w.
exist where our troops are stationed. So it is up to all of Card Index Files

us to see to it that the tin which comes into our kitchens goes Desk Calendars File Folders thing like Coca-Cola is Coca-Cola, ttseIL\

to war and not to a junk-pile. Gummed Kraft Tape
Rubber Stamps Stamp Pads & Ink l

WAR. I Ink Eraser Mimeo Ink
GASOLINE
Shaeffer's Skript in Pints and Quarts

I Legal Blanks Legal Pads>
As long as'we continue to be engaged in an all-out air Loose-leaf Ledger 4 .

war there is no reason to think that the gasoline shortage Carbon Paper Second Sheets J f"N).
Gn the eastern coast will be improved.For Typewriter Paper and Ribbons t
the amount of gasoline used by our air force is now Typewriter Oil and Cleaner

so great that it is straining all transportation facilities to Onion Skin Paper Mimeograph Paper

get the quantities needed to our fighting fronts.In Post Binders Paper Punches .!
15 days of flights over the Mediterranean,Jimmy Doo- Duplicate Receipt Books
J tUe's men burned up 16,500,000 gallons of gas. That's Ring Binders Salespads
) more than twice as many gallons as are used for the same Stenographer's Notebooks s flr
period in all of the 17 rationed eastern states. Shipping Tags Merchandise Tags LJJ :
And Jimmy Doolittle's flights aren't the half of it. Those Rubber Type Outfits Postal' LabelsAicoGrip ..,..
raids on Germany and Europe use up an average of over Tabbing *"

half a million gallons of gas per raid-and will probably be Pay Envelopes Indelible Ink
using a lot more than. that as the strength of the raids Letter-Size "File-Its" Word that"the Coke's ,
,, ,, -- Steel in"packs
increases. .< > B -I>" ,, any canteen
Envelopes Mimeo Styli these
Klasp day. Every
There.may be ways by'which transportation of gas to And Many'Other Items ood soldier wanes the
the East will be considerably increased during the next drink that adda energy
few months. But if it is. civilians probably won't see M. to refreshment.
And no civilian wants to if he knows that by cutting downon
his driving he is making it possible for one more planeto ALL KINDS OF COMMERCIAL r ,
drop a block-buster on Hitler's tottering cities. PRINTING (


Florida State Farm News Bradford CountyTelegraph Although war has changed and disrupted so many
$ I things In their lives, our fighting forces overseas
--- ret so often delighted to find In far-off places mold
Bouvier BIRTHDAY PARTY familiar fiend... -Cola..being bottlrf
II: R.
By NadoGa aU the ***!--"
BIBLE SCHOOL anniversary Celebrating, little her Mlas fifth Jane birthday Richards The best Is always 1M better buy! u S mG S over

Helen Whltfleld, Sara Emma was given a party by her Phone 29 Starke Fla. seTTLeD UNOH AuTHoi.tr or TNt COCA-COIA COAPANT it
: Crews, Betty Williams and Willa mother, Mrs. H. M. Richarde on
Jean Malone are attending Vacation Tuesday afternoon. Games of various .... STARKE COCA-COLA_ BOTTLING COMPANY
kinds In the
were played
Bible School at the Baptist
yard. lots of nice gifts were open.
Church at Ralford. Mrs. J. M.
ed and ice cream and cake en
Bradley and :Mrs. W. E Maloneare '
teachers.Mr joyed. Toy horns were given as
favors. Those Invited to enjoy r
Dean Beasley and daught the occasion with Jane were Kay / a

ere Ruth, of Lake Butler were Partney, Marie Wiggins, Mary
guests of Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Rivers Stubbins.,Peggy and Frances ": ,
i Brannen over the week-end. Caldwell. Caroline Crews,
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Moncrlef Harold Tyus, Ennis Bradshaw, In using your..range
and Dr. and Mrs. R. P. Stubbins Jr.. Harold Godwin, Nelson Mc-

were>< overnight visitors to Jacksonville .I Lendon, Henry, Rlcharde and Prepare "oven meals" often
: last Friday. Katherine and Bruce Norman
Betty Jo and Bruce Durden, ;r.
Ann and Linda Johns of Jackson : I Use tightly-covered utensil
, Ij ville. .. F
r' When switch 0
j: Miss Lila Rae Caldwell left food steams,
Wednesday to attend the South low heat
ern Youth Conference at Lake > r.

Alfred. Repair range at first sign of
Pvt. John Crews'of' Goldnboro,
,I N. C. Is. at home on furlough. -A trouble

I Mr. R. J. Kite spent Sunday '
with Mr. and Mrs. O. B. Fowlerat
I I
:Mlddleburg. .
I LEAKPROOFhomedefenserequiresthrift FLOSU'"% ro a ... oltr
Mrs. J. M.,Bradley and Caroline /
Bradley were week-end guests of _.. .
\ Ii .
t: I Mr. and Mrs. Vance Geiger In l .,,,.

1 I ,I Jacksonville.Miss Pauline. Brannen has returned -I in the home. Waste is the

from "week's visit with I EFFICIENCY GOES RAND IN HAND
relatives in Tampa. Her cousin, : ---- leak that causes loss of vital
1 Miss Nadine Raulerson. accompanied -: 4sk\ WITH BUSINESS MANAGEMENT
I her home for a visit. materials. Electricity oflectridty.
you There art teaks la the production
I Mrs. J. H. Ritch, Mrs. K. B. at .
Under You the Rationing allowed Program 3* Norman and children: Betty Jo know, is produced with Florida Fewer & Light Coffl-
are
I and Ann and
Durden
Bruce
and
Per Year. I fuel '"y wastes fuel. all !la geeeratilta
Pairs 8f Shoes Linda Johns, all of Jacksonville \ oil. Proper use of M
Let Us Make Your Old were guests of Mrs. A. M. and \ appliances .1w.r' Deft waste h M kiss'Z&e
!j Ones Like New Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Richarde saves fuel oil.

I TheElectric Tuesday.Mrs. Madge Bozarth Is spending I \\ \

Shoe Shop a two weeks' vacation with
In Louisville. Ky.
Aero Prom Park Theatre relatives
r I Mrs. J. B. Strickland of Gra- e wadte S -- a" INldetat)1t1PACK


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ay, aUNE J8, 1945 "RADFORD COUNTY TltLF.GJf.\"R. STAKKK.: FLORIDA PAGE TIIREK
I
THERESSApy with Mr*. McRae, spent the weekend father J. N. Kelly, Urt week !I and son of Lawtey were guest of : daughter Eloise and Mr*. Inez RISINGBy Thurman Jones were visiting
MI..... Ida llapD with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Carrie Smith and Earl ,Mrs. Reddish's brother-in-law and Kelly were guests of Mr and I Mm. acme a ernrn Mrs. J. L. Jackson in Jackson-
Mrs. H. M. McRae. Alvarez of Pine I of ville Thursday of last week.
Level are spend- sister, Mr and Mrs W. T. Crosby, Mrs. Woodrow Hollingsworth
and Mrs. M. Z. Sullivan Mr. and Mrs O. H Wolfmeyerof ing a few days with their uncle Sunday They also attended servIces Palatka, Sunday. I Mr. and Mrs Gordon Jones re- Miss Joanne Norman was visit
,1am., are here visiting C. Gainesville were visiting their and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. C. C. at Corinth Baptist Church I Donald Kelly was visiting his turned to their home In Lake ing Miss Voncile Kelly Sunday .
van and faIIllly. brother-in-law and sister Mr. and Crosby and family. Sunday night. mother Mrs Ines Kelly and 'Wales Saturday after upending afternoon.
rte Geiger Seaman 2-c of I IB Mrs. J. R. Hall, Sunday afternoon Mrs Alton Dobbs Misses Haven Mr and Mra. Jess VinIng and Mr. and Mrs Alton Dobbs, Monday last week with Mm. Jones' parents Rev. C. A, Chapin of Belle-
Beach.. spent the week-end I Crosby and Miss Mary Ella Ward I daughter, Jessie, of Lake Butler 'I night. Mr and Mrs. Eddie Norman view filled his regular appointment
visiting his mother, Mrs I' Mrs. Vesta Myrick Mrs. Thel- I were shopping in Gainesville on :were' visiting Mr and Mrs J N. I Mr. and loin Ira Wilson of Vu and Mrs. Eddie Norman at Corinth Church Sunday.
Dickinson. ma Barnes and Misses Dorthea Thursday of last week. Kelly, Wednesday Starke were visiting Mrs. Aria and son, Herbert, and Mr. and I 1A large crowd attended the baptism .
urge Puckham of Cocoa Norman and Odessa McRae were I Mr and Mrs. Marlon Reddish I I Mr. and Mrs. Alton Dobbs and I Brown Sunday. Mrs Gordon Jones and Mr. at Crosby Lake Sunday
of last
Wednesday business visitors to Gainesville
n with his parents Mr. and Saturday.Mr. 1- .

W W Puckham. and Mrs. Owen McRae and
ra. Elizabeth Wainwright and Mrs. H M. McRae visited the bed-
Mildred Burke were visiting side of Mrs. N. A. Conner at
ainesville Wednesday of last Lake Butler Monday afternoon

k.r.. :Mrs. C. Sullivan were Those who were dinner guestsat
and H. M McRae's: .
Sunday were:
Vincent's Hospital
Jr, St..
to
.
111and
Mrs.
Owen McRae, Mr.
their daughter- j
visiting
,lay. Sullivan and and Mrs. T. N. Norman and child
w, Mrs\ Percy Everitt Jr. ren Mr. and Mrs. J, W McRae Sir ,
Percy
son and r 1.
Trient .of Drewd children, Mr. and Mrs. B.
pI, James M. McRae and children, and Mr. a ,
visiting here
was
Tampa and A1 -
Mrs. Robert Myrick and Mr
day and Mrs. ;
Eldon Sapp and little
,rS, Mary C. Hanka and son son, Rudolph
Muscogee. Okla. are here on
.,
inos. She also is visitingD Miss Dorthea Norman of Starke a yAf
W Moore, with whom spent Saturday night with Miss ,
lived several months ago. Odessa McRae.
frs, S. R. Swindell and Mrs.H. Mru. B, J. Starling, and childrenare ,
Kelsay were business vlsiic visiting her son, Johnnie $ 1
Starke last Friday. Starling and family at Jessup, Ga. -.w,

PINE LEVELliy SUNNY BROOK FARMBy

Mrs.: II. M. McRae 111'8.nnll... CrawfordMr.

I lMCATIOV SERVICE and Mrs. W. R. Halslop
will be a Dedication
here Mrs. Alton Dobbs and daughter,
Ice at Pine Level Church' Eloise, and Lucille Ward made a
with dinner on. the .1
May
business trip to Jacksonville last .
Jnds. Everybody welcome. Tuesday.Mr ,. *

89t Class Petty Officer Owen and Mrs. Mills Kelly and C,'
McRae of Camp Peary, Va., family of Lake Butler were visit .. -- '
lived Friday on leave and he,:I ing the bedside of Mr. Kelly's :: j;

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FUNERAL DIRECTORMy

Many Yearn Experience[ Makes It Possible. for Me to Render
EFFICIENT, PROMPT and COURTEOUS SERVICE C ,.'F.. x O't3 > '.
MODERATE PRICES-

DeWITT C. JONES
Starke, Florida

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FOR SAFETY, COMFORT AND ECONOMY: RIDE

FLORIDA MOTOR LINE BUSSESFOR ,

COURTEOUS CORRECT INFORMATION:
PLEASE PHONE 147

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UNION BUS STATIONLACY

CONWAY, Agent

Temple Ave. Starke, Florida


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SEA FOODS CHICKEN DINNERS of 'r
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TEMPTING TASTY. SANDWICHES .. ft!
DELICIOUS HOME MADE PIES

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A & A LUNCHEONETTE

In Park Theatre Bldg. ____ ____ Starke, Florida

ITS DINNERTIME IN AMERICA

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'PROLONGED FAREWELLS t

certain foodstuffs. Can Now is no time to relax. Now is the time for 1
rationing
DINNERTIME..or will be soon. What .. forces, we are
TTS and all of us...for who read this advertisement
going to have? Steak's a little bit i you imagine the shortages the Germans Japs you

DELAY DEPARTURES igh. Maybe you some lamb. Or chicken. .- I would make here if they took over? and for us who sign it..to do all in our powerto ;

Enjoy it. Enjoy every bite of it while you Planned shortages. Planned as part of their get this war over sooner. r p

can. Enjoy it even if it u rationed, even if you revenge for our being a "ha e" nation. Planned It's up to you..and us. ....

in as part of their scheme to keep us subjugated I "
than paid
do pay more for it you've years. :

At least you can still get it... i, for generation after generation. ";. ,:

.Not too far in the future..if the Japs and There's no reason why they should spare us, 1'1. '

of if they're victorious.They've spared no one else.
Nazis win..you may be glad to get a scrap

the cold skin of a chicken from a refuse pile. People in Poland and Greece and Yugoslavia This Ad Sponsored i a:

of lettuce. now grub for miserable shreds of food from (1
You may fight over a leaf spoiled '.
r May risk your life for a bone with a few scraps garbage piles. People like us. By The Following '
Think about it. Think of it as something we st stIs
of meat on it. Starke Merchants : !
face..think about it
families as
this revolting? Does this seem,drawing the and our may ; t tIt
black? one of the things that lost time, half-hearted
picture a little too grim, a little too ,,tr., .
the other fellow do itj:* can bring .
here in AmerJr, effort, "letting '
isn't. And it's time that we ,., *. 'rf
of war's realities.JACOBS' 's
: about..think about it as one
reaUzeditisn't.Rightnowjusttofeedourar.m 'j-f,q>
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FRANK'S FINE FOODS DRY GOODS STORE SCHLITZ & OLD MILWAUKEE fItf

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cd M Si0p4 DENMARK VETERANS LOCKER CLUB .;,

S H A F KIN'S CANOVA PHARMACY Kingsley Lake 'r',

SAM ROSENBERG & SON
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THE ffoodby. .betGhel !. a .ch.dulwrckr. ROGER'S JEWELRY & ARMY SHOP AND BEAUTY SALON #

WhiU prolonging the l'tinCJ.ightS"g'III. STORE K. G. DUNCAN, VICTORY INN t ,

( and waraaior} .rts }alt..th.irfing.rnails Agent for Standard Oil
'. THE ELECTRIC SHOE,SHOP P. S. STORES, INC.HOUSTON'S .
.. abdy I +
and WAIT. Bu GUY'S'MARKETBEN
From Park Theatre'
Across
1IChed.. CARPENTER'S DRUG STORE
lowvd to save the..cannot maintaiul SERVICE STATION SUSLOW'S ARMY STORE r .

..when time IM lost at btu atop.PXO 'Pt- STARKE BEAUTY SHOP
EASTERN AUTO SUPPLY THE BOWLDROME
n.s. {* a virtu and a duty. THE GUIDON GRILL '

JERRY'S PLACE BLANDING TAILORS

DEPOT 129 E. Call Street & Blanding Center TEMPLE GARAGE
DIIOI BaS JORDAN'S BARBARNEY'S

t Lary Coaway, Agt lg Mgsf. DRINK STAND VICTORY MILITARY SUPPLIES BOWLING ALLEY CAFE .

..w.ws Temple Ave. lyAt A Nti :
and is reprinted with Us permission.) ,
t g and originally by American Locomotive Company _
published
(This advertisement. was prepared ;

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BRADFORD ('OUNT I ELEGRAPff. STARRE. FLORW4 1
PAGE FOCK in the Jacksonville shipyards, FULL GE.'liEnAI.8--':::


I -- SOCIETY and CLUBSPretty I spent family.the week-end here with and his !cers There In the have United been only States, u

Mrs. David Kelly
__ _ Mr. and who have *
_-------- ._0_ .._..____.____. -- .-..-----.--.---- Carolyn CallstreetSorry their guest, Berry Kelly of Tam- full general.received They'enl, 'd

Shower Wedding PlansAnnounced I Bridge Luncheon 'pa Sunday, attended night.church services here Washington William T., Sherman Ulysses s c':

.For Afternoon Club Philip 1
For BrideElectMiss Sheridan, John J p
GRAHAM rShong
Elizabeth Green MUs Madge Middleton enter- I folks But even a Harris scrubbln' the postofflce Mrs. Eva StricklandMr ker H. Bliss, Peytoi! I ui
Thelma !
Peek entertainedat Miss event By !
(
Frances next John L. Hines
Turner Bitch will be tained the afternoon bridge club columnist Is entitled to a steps, that was the Cha lei, .N Su.
:
Wednesday and Nelson gossip
a tea-towel shower of last week at a one dropped. a bottle of and Mrs. Leroy Wasdln and merall Malin S. Craig
22 Thursday They
( June five George
night
five to six, honoring married Tuesday vacation four or C
afternoon from .I In the First Baptist o'clock luncheon, at the home of little every ketchup which made the steps children of Live Oak were visiting Marshall Douglas MICArthll
Miss Betty Green who Is. at seven o'clock, W. Just time for a few i been of last Dwight D. Elsenhow
T. Bitch. Church. her parents Dr. and Mrs. years look as If murder had jus' relatives here Wednesday ant! H.o
to be the bride of N. The officiating minister will be .::. Middleton. brief notes before I dash away I committed Hard enuf to week H. Arnold. aq

next Tuesday. attractively I the Rev. A. E. Lightfoot and the Roses, zinnias and potted plants to parts unknown Hear the clean up, to say nothin" of the Pvt. Levis Starling of Avon The rank of full g'Oneral'lIIer .I
Peach-colored gladioli the were living bride will be given In marriageby decorated the home for thin pleas Methodist Fellowship Class had !I points lost i When they got Park spent Thursday with his ated by act of Cong.es. ,In 1191""
In
arranged social affair. Tables were the cupboard Kate Starling, and to honor
her father, Mr. Floyd Green. ant : home Liz: went to ,mother Mrs. Washington who 1
and dining rooms of the lovely the screened porch and another one of their super suppers I to have a plate of Camp had but nine tyh! '
shower of Ushers will be Eugene L. placed on Wel- for a dish, only j Sgt. Calvin Starling months to live
Peek home. After the had Matthews, Jack Halle, S. L. Peek, each was centered with a small Wednesday night"Preacher" come flying out over her head Blanding visited her Wednesday his military successes Were IIo1
pretty and useful tea-towels containing Shasta daisies coming back their From II
Harold Bishop. Bridesmaidswill vaaa and smash on the floor afternoon.Sgt. years past.
and
i been presented, tempting refreshments be Miss Gloria Johns and and fern. Following luncheon, Powell and equally popular Mar-do- I then on everything was all rightIn I Leon Dryden of Camp There are today five
were served buffet style Miss Thelma Corpening; Junior bridge was played, and when that Howell Nasworthy that corner, but at MyrticeCarpenter's Shelby, Miss and his wife, of erals in active fun I''.
The table which service
a In the dining! room. added it was found In the mullet roastin', the few days and tae
beautiful bridesmaids Misses Anlce and scores were house, where sup- Jacksonville, spent a retired. Generals Eisenhower
; was covered with a that Mrs. O. L. Beasley had everybody said was perfect allmornln' Mrs. H. IIo1
h centered with an Collette Green: Maid of honor, and break- per was to be, Myrwln spent recently with Mr. and Arnold were promoted In
and of
white cloth But a line mishaps February
made high and as a prize was floors an' wax- -
Green best man. cleaning L. Starling.Mr.
and March
balancedby Miss Carolyn ; successful 1943.
:
arrangement of gladioli, given four defense stamps. In the downs preceded the to have the Mrs. H. L. Starlingand respeciiv! ,
holders. Thomas G. Ritch; ring bearer, Wed. aft- Ing furniture, only and and General MucArthui
silver
In that
white candles event Seems WaR
Green Jr.: and bingo game Mrs, Fred Guy was walk In at noon, alreadyto children and Miss Onle Mae air
u Robert Alexis painter ed to the high rank
end of the table was bein' their half-holiday, in 1930 ,
At one Lu Green and Clair winner and was given a defense ernoon Since In these days Stalling spent Sunday afternoon wbll!
and flower girls, Wain- paint he became Chief of
bowl of fruit punch an' Liz an' Grace Staff
Howell
placed a :; .
rv
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Mrs. W. E. Middleton assisted can Star-
tamp. when one
worker Mrs. Harley
takes a with Mr. and
bowl of Jean Mundy. thesuppf'r one eral Marshall has been
at the other end a wright volunteered to get Chief
4 Mrs. L. A. Canova will be organist her daughter In entertaining get him, she calmly, had the fur- ling of Brooker. I q(
chicken aalad.Enjoying Then the Staff since 1938, and
and Mrs. Ethel M. Biggs and serving. began niture all moved out of the liv- Mr. and Mrs. Roy Reynolds CeDer!!
this delightful party soloist. Invited to this: lovely luncheon trouble $ ,. First Howell'struck ing room and dining room and children spent the week-end Craig, a former Chief of Sital\\

with the hostess and honoree were the following guests: Mra. broke down on the Lake Supper was in the yard Itdidn't with Mr. and Mrs. Frank Rey- now chairman of the War Depjn.1
were: Mrs. W. H. Thomson, Jr., Ethel M. Biggs, Mrs. J. W. And Butler road, theq, hla Buick bat rain And everybodyhad nolds of Reddlck. ment Personnel Board. GenertlJ
Mrs. Charles A. Darby Mrs. J. Dotty Sue Biggs yews Mrs. O. L. Beasley, Mrs.A. tery went dead Find he had to a grand time Should Mr. and Mrs C. B. Roberts hlng
' R. Wainwright Mrs. Vernon Sil- Has Outdoor PartyDotty Z. Adkins, Mrs. M. F. Brown, walk, back to tartrftrom his farm have, with barbecued mullet, baked spent Sunday afternoon with relatives Per ,. Summeiall, Hines L'Id
s{ cox, Mrs. William C. Powell, I Mis. L. F. Chapman, Mrs. D. P. > Jwg; beans and fresh corn on the at Lake Butler. March are"retired,

Mrs. T. J, Griffin, Mrs Carrie Sue Biggs, ten-year-old Carpenter, Mrs. K. O. Duncan, cob. Chester McKinney of Camp
!
a Ritch Mrs. R. A. Green Mrs. B. daughter of Mrs. Ethel M. Biggs, Mrs. T. F. Grady Mrs. O. L. That 'put- the.\Nasworthys on Roosevelt spent Saturday with, his

L. Matthews, Misses Annie Darby, waa given a lovely birthday partyon Haynes, Mrs. J. VV. Klncaid, Mrs their feet a Then Grace Waln- Well goodbye now Probably grandmother, Mrs. A. E Ward, I GET THESPEEDY
,r Evelyn Stump Miriam Guy, Tuesday evening from six to T. ,T. Long, Mrs. W. B. Sewell, wrlght's Ford broke down be back with you next week, before entering the Army June 15. '
"+1 Daphne Norman, Gayle Sewell, eight o'clock, on the lawn at the Mrs. N. Sternberg, Mrs. J. W Motor Corps education should for I simply must be In town Pvt. and Mrs. Ernie Thomas SURERELIEFFORACID
Thelma Corpening, Carolyn Green, of Mr. and Mrs. L. D. Yin-, Brownlee Mrs. B. A. Mrs,
home Pope, have enabled her to fix it to get a peek at Gloria Johns'marriage and Mrs. Vernon Dyal of Tampa
Della Rosenberg, Frances Opper- Ing. Fred Guy Mrs. D. B. White and know what which will take place with their
j She declares she DID spent a few days
man Abble Harley and Irene Hamburgers were cooked on Mrs. B. L. Matthews. was wrong, but methlnks I saw quietly Jus' two days after the father, W. M. Thomas. INDIGESTIONCarpenter's

' Matthews. the outdoor fireplace and served Geo. Anderson looking under the big Ritch-Green event Mrs. Eva Strickland and daugh-

with a variety of other good First, DanceAt hood I saw Liz and 'Bea I| -carolyn. ters and Misses Wilma and Betty
r things, but the crowning treat
Will Meet Jones In Melrose
WSCS were visiting
was individual cup cakes and Service CenterThe Jacksonville Friday after spend- Sunday afternoon.Mr. 1 1a I
s Woman's of Christ- strawberry Ice cream. Assisting Birth Announcement ing a few days here with Mr. and
The Society '
Methodist Mrs. Biggs In entertaining and first dance to be given at Mrs. Lem Brown. and Mrs. J. B. Strickland
Ian Service of the after serving were Mrs O. J. Griffin. the new Church Service Centeron Pfc. and Mrs Charles W. Sav- Mrs. Mary Ann Conner, Mr. and returned "home Sunday after

Church will o'clock meet Monday the church I and Mrs. L. D. Vining. i Church St. was held Thurs- age announce I the birth of ababy Mrs. Albert Conner and little son, spending a few weeks with Mrs.
noon, at 4 and at meeting.; I I This popular little girl received' day night. It was sponsored by daughter, qn 'June 16, In Jimmy, 'of Palatka, were 'dinner Strickland's parents Mr. and Drug Stogy

business Circle Two will program have charge of : beautiful gift from the twelve I the Women's Auxiliaries of the the hospital at'Camp: Dunlap, guests of Mr. and Mrs. Millard Mrs. A. Davis of the State Farm.

'guests attending the party.FillyawHubert Presbyterian and episcopal denominations Niland, Calif. Before'\' her mar- Varnes Saturday.Mrs. .
the
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program. and Mrs.-, Edward riage. Mrs. Savage was Miss Eth- Buford McKinney and
Burns was chairman of the committee ollne ,White, daughter._Mr. and baby son returned home last week
on arrangements.The Mrs Olin W. White. after spending a while in Lake FOREMOST ICE CREAM

Miss Dorothy Hubert of El dance was held especially Butler because of Illness. I
Paso, Texas and Johnny Flllyaw; for the men of the new 63rd SAMPSON CITYBy Little Ray Harper returned Now Sold Regularlyat
Division and for the young ladlesof home of last week after
of "Starke were married on Sat- Louise. Varnea Thursday I
I a urday, May 29, at the home of Starke, and was a formal af- accompanying his mother, Mrs.L. theBOWLING
Judge J. R. Townsend in Lake fair. An orchestra from Camp Mrs. Jack Rose and daughters B. Harper of Boomtown, on a
Butler. Blanding furnished the music for Sandra and Jacqueline, returnedto visit to relatives In Georgia.
Dr. Max Shane They have returned from Ash- the occasion. their home In Hollywood Sat- Mr. and Mrs. Tom Graves and CENTERAt

burn, Ga., where they spent a urday night after a short visit Mr. and Mrs. Lester Kite attended
OptometristIf week with Mr. Fillyaw's father, Morning PartyHonoring here with Mr. and Mrs. E. D. the birthday dinner at the

W. E. Flllyaw, and are now at Miss Green Jones. home of Mr. and Mrs. David Blanding Centerttwichhi
home In Starke. Mr. Flllyaw Mrs. Hubert Brown and daughters Kelly of Pine Level last Sunday. ,

your eyes both.r you Ulm operates a shooting gallery on Miss Betty Green, bride-elect, returned to their home in Curtis Varnes. who Is employed
examine them and fit you Temple AVe.BentonHohman. Wednesday
with shuts need them. was complimented
you morning by a Coca-Cola party;
30,years experience.Holidays given by Mrs. H. C. Ritch and

ana Sundays by appointment.TELEPHONE Mrs. Ethel M.\ Biggs, at the home YAK s
5 Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Alderman of the former.

S-4S7 announce the engagement of The guests were seated In,, the
their daughter Mary Alice ;Benton --where 'a
401 Tern pit theatre Building outdoor living room ,
to Arthur William Hohmann, much
bridal contest caused a- -
Corner Main andMortfotStrettsJACKSONVILLEFLORIDA ,
will be an
USN. The marriage musement. r-L
r event of June 23 in the Naval sandwiches !
Coca-Colas, open-faced ____ _
Air Station chapdl, Jacksonville. and other dainties were

served by the hostesses. A silver

cocktail fork, matching: her selected -
pattern was presented to

Miss Green by the hostesses. + x A i 1
This pleasant morning party o 4 a,
was enjoyed by about twenty 4 r,,p0Yyk _
guests.
z'S
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STARKE FLA Favorite RecipeThe


blueberry muffins served 'z I e :'Ij ; f

SUNDAY MONDAY TUESDAY by Mrs. L. F. Chapman at a recent .
bridge party proved so popular -
JUNE 20, 21 & 22 that several of the guests
requested that the recipe be reproduced -
I
1'-, '.. ... s In the Telegraph. Ware 4 __ L1 f7

of .rabla" NIGh. readers glad: to paaa it on to on pruF

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the tfi"StUAU"
:free! BLUEBERRY MUFFINS
.. .\ BEAUI'llR
tREA1NYAXiNG 2 cups flour
MMdRg IOtA AHEi 3 level teaspoons baking powder

'., uI'lUMG' 1 tablespoon sugar ? ,
Ma 1-2 teaspoon salt
2 eggs beaten
1 cup sweet milk rs Td )rl rl"a arF ? i
4 tablespoons melted shortening

1. cup blueberries
.3 tablespoons sugar
Enough flour to sprinkle blue-
Sift together dry Ingredients

(except the sugar) add eggs,
milk and melted shortening to
dry Ingredients and mix all together
r t quickly.

bv.l. Wash and drain blueberries,
Th. Po9 tomedlt sprinkle with 3 tablespoons sugar
t L snnl.- doo0en teed perodir.l and a little sifted flour. Mix into -
a' excitemof forbidden s first mixture. Half fill greased
o MpHj tr : muffin pan Bake In moderate ""
,, Uncle
MAR IA ,'oven at 400 degrees F, about 20 for Semi:

I- : u minutes.
' SAB _Mrs. L. F, Chapman ,


___ ; Ladies AuxiliaryThe HE signs his mail John Jones, or Sam Smith but as Last week he took his
wife to a movie for the first time
Chairman of War Price
a and Rationing Board he is in months A tired look
tr Ladles Auxiliary of the around his eyes hints at many
t for Uncle Sam.
pinch-hitting
Presbyterian Church will meet an after-hours
t tc OR I session at the board. But he's proud he'sPot
pNIGO Tuesday evening June 22 at 8 doing his
o'clock at the home of Mrs. J. L. his neighbors he is making good America's promise P*"-and more.
SidneyTOLf Simmons on Madison, St. Mrs
1/ ,,;tLTurheaB5Y Jeannette Young will conduct the of a fair share of food and fuel and.the other rationed John Jones isn't paid for pinch-hitting for Uncle Sam

y Thoetos Goma* quiz program and Mrs. Wilfred necessities for everyone. He is protecting them against He volunteered for the ;
Grono will job He he owed it to
'
her book thought
complete review -
,' ponTerrY on Latin America. the chiseler, the boarder, the black market saboteur. that khaki-clad son ofrnunity
pool GsilfoYie his-and to people in his com"ZZ
lIke

New ArrivalMr. It isn't always a pleasant job. Making hundreds of you. .

decisions every .week-difficult decisions, too-doesn't
and Mra. Doc Wainwright local
of Lawtey announce the birth leave a man any younger. More than once he has turned and ZSLJohn*** Board is made,up

of a daughter, Betty Jean, on down an old.friend's application for an extra mileage hardwithout Jones. They are,,working
Friday June 11. Before her
a, u marriage, Mrs. Wainwright was ration. His own car has only an "A!? sucker. Give them pay-to see that you i get your fair share.
your fullest
Miss Louie Bell Starling. cooperadon


i Married RecentlyRobert A. M. DARBY'SPhone


Also Carraway and Miss
Mildred Marie Tryar, both of

"This Is America" & Latest War News Starke T. H., Waters on May and 12. Loca Waters, 77 Starke, Florida

both of Brooker, on May 29. ,



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JUNE 18. 194J BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STARKE. FLORIDA PAOK: FIVE:

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.-- BITS of LOCAL NEWS I Mr and Mrs. E. A. Winklerand "and visited their uncle and aunt, '!

little daughter. Martha Joan I Mr. and Mrs. Robert A. Swift j
--- returned Tuesday from a two 'They also visited their son-in-law i 1I

Dorothy Alvarez spent Mrs. I* S. Hutto had an her Mrs. James GodbolJ of Jacksonville weeks' vacation In Detroit Mich. I, and daughter. Mr. and Mrs. A
ira ..n Jacksonville. guest last week Mrs. H. F and son, James, Jr., of While there they made the W Masters and little daughter. I
der
Smith of :Miami. the U. S. Navy, were here yes- I I
Statler Hotel their headquarters and( other relatives. i
H j Davis and Mrs. terday visiting Mrs. W. S. Stro-
r'Dla rs' Bell spent Monday In Mrs.. Virginia! Bolvin spent man and I Mrs S. S. Dowling. .. J.I 1.I
eonvilie Wednesday and Thursday will -
I her grandmother, Mrs Emma Mrs. Bertha Pearce Is expect 1I
|L Dorothy Alvarez, employef.'he Anderson, In Archer. ing as her guests for a few days
RitZ Theatre, la spending this week, her brother-in-law and I (
H:acatlon in Miami. Capt. and Mrs. John M. Me: sister :Mr.: and Mrs. W. T. Saxonof '
Millan and twin sons of Ptnne:] Oakland Park. '
ongreS8man Lex Green Is Farms will spend Sunday will! Midnight Saturday Sun. Mon / /
a feW days with hisradius Mr. and Mrs. K. G. Duncan. Mrs.: M. F. Brown and children, ., .
,il lay in Starke this week. Marcus, Jr. and Florence, and JUNE 20 21 CD 'i
Mrs A. E. McKinney had asher Mrs. G. W. Brown of Lawtey, left
,, O. J. Griffin of St. Au- guest Tuesday afternoon her yesterday for Tallahassee where
m'e is here with her daughter, sister-in-law, Mr. R. E. Hazel they are spending a week with 1 f
I. Ethel M. Biggs. of Brooker. Dr. and Mrs. Wilmot Brown. 1 SAYS THE OFFICE OF CIVILIAN DEFENSE
1
Lg. i, Shepherd Is spend- Mrs. Shellle Hall, Miss Carnlt! Jo Ann Thomas of Crescent r Their gaytl Today, your health is a national asset and Its
j a few days with relatives Hutto and Mrs. Lee Lamanacl City Is the guest of her grand film glorifies at home. Illnesa slows down pro-
Atlanta Ga.IT spent Friday shopping In Jack mother, Mrs. E. M Thomas. She our hem front care begins
| sonville. was accompanied to Starke by hero..!ITheyV duction, lowers efficiency and uses up the
and Mrs. A. E: McKlnney her father Jos. E. Thomas, who e.v.rb..n time and skill of doctors and nurses who are
f'te'ii Mrs. J. G. MillIcan In Mrs. W. E. Thornton and her spent a few days here. funni.r! urgently needed for war service. So check up
Eatka Saturday afternoon. daughter, Mrs. E. C. Lang mad the
a business trip to Jacksonville :Mrc.! N. Sternberg returned ,f on your family health regularly says "
|[rrs, A. B. Llghtfoot returned Tuesday. last week from Albany, Ga., t E O.C.D.'s "Citizen's Handbook for War.
| after spending a vaca- where she visited her son and
lay in North Carolina with her Miss Carol White returnee daughter-in-law! Capt. and Mrs. \ \\i IN HOSPITALS aND HOMES.SANITARY.SPARKLING.EASYTOCIEANMCLLOCLOSS
ORDER OF THE DAY
AIRRQIDNMJE4 WALLS ARC THE
lents.Lorge. home Sunday after spending ter Sam Sternberg, and little grandson -
days visiting friends in South David. Lowe BrothersHELLOGLOSS
Carl Alderman, Jr. of Florida. Per Gallon
iHmore: JW. Is here for a sum- Friends of little Nancy Knight,
r visit with his grandmother, Louis Shafkln took his grea daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H. V. \ X 3.50 l
K G. W. Alderman. grand-niece, Joyce Frledler, with Knight, will be glad to know that (SEMI-GLOSS)
him to Miami over the week-em she is Improving after an illnessIn
11'8. Lester Price Robinson ar- and they returned home by plane St. Luke's Hospital, Jacksonville WALL PAINT
ed here Tuesday and Is the .
est. of Mr. and Mrs. James A. Mrs. S. A. Brinson of Bain Durable, sanitary and MELiO-OLOSS h.. light
'Is.! bridge, Ga. and Mrs. J. Milton Mrs. AlvIn Weinstein and her I ..ily washable with Nap reflection qua>Uti.. which
Brownlee of Gainesville were son-in-law Hy Carleton are and watar-th. beautiful minimi eye strain and
guests during the week of Capt spending a ten-day vacation in satiny lustr ol colorful reduce lighting cost.
and Mrs J. W. Brownlee. Miami, while Mr. Weinstein and
rVhen Your his daughter-in-law carry on their
Staff Sgt. and Mrs. Morris W. military store businesses here. r ,. ,
Back Hurts- Jackson spent the week-end here r
Mr. and Mrs. Carl W. Jack- Mrs. J. M. Edwards and little
with.
Lowe 1Im/nel'S to apply, quick to dry.
And Your Strength and ion. Sgt. Jackson is stationed at daughter, Carolyn, will leave Sun : ; I.y A tough beauty plot finlah i
Energy .. Below Par Fort Benning, Ga. day for St. Louis, Mo., where :: ; that rsi>t> wear and obuso.PER .
It mar b*eauaad by disorder of kidlun.tloo Carolyn will be placed under the PLAX
.., that pvrmtta! polaouou
....t. to accumulate. for truly many Mrs. J. R. Wainwright and care of a renowned plastic surgeon -
pl.tht f fed kidneys tlrad faiL weak to and.._aaiaarablaIVbm v. new laughter, Mary Catherine, are for treatment, of severe THE UNIVERSAL FINISH PINT 70cMUUCIE
Ikndi sod other wuM matter from the (pending this week at Kingsley burns Inflicted five years ago. FOR ALL ENAMELING
blood. backache, Lake as guests of Mr. and Mrs. ""
I You may suffer nxrfnc A. E. Wall, Jr. will return \
rbfunatie paina. baadachea, diisinvM.IttHinf iV. M. Wainwrlght. Sgt. ENNEDY'IAt00EultiEDOANK \ l\E'\
up nijhta, log nr.'t' awaiting.Sometime : to Fort Benning, Ga. tomorrow lIIcII"ll' +..
with*smarting frequent and buming urinaIdoa la anAotlHT Mrs. F. A. Canova and children, 1 after spending a furlough of NORbCE "t"lt 0DONAIOND.lIND Lowe 8l'Otl1es
.. that aomethfoa! wrong with several with Mr. and Mrs. EIEEMANoar"
'O
litD and ol3alnesville days
Ann ,
Carolyn ...
bladder.' Mary .... .-
UK kldnoyt' or
There should' be no doubt that prompt. are spending a few W. L. Wall. While here he also ..-wc--".".'.. !NNt G 71K1 MELLOTONE
t..tm.nt 10 1 wiser then neglect. V. with visited MaJ. and Mrs. H. C. Will '
|0oaiT fill. It la better to rely on a lays at Kingsley Lake jest -'-- w
Inrilclne that baa won countrywide. apIprove !- Mrs. E. E. Canova. In St. Augustine. ..- LOOS'plARD ''''' WALL FINISH FLAT WALL PAINT
.
!than on aomethlnp leaa favorably ,.. .
I known.lloan't have been tried and _toor.r..ia .."" rroowttn t w h COVERS WALLPAPER! r.a
all atoraa. Mrs. L. O. Cowdrey, substitute _. It*.oit.paatelcoler.a
| at drug Jimmy Sewell, who is stationed r
1 Get : : y prfct b.ek-
clerk at the Starke postoffice,
it: Camp Croft, S. C. was given 1trn1..w1th $ 9 8 for Gallon
a 24-hour leave and was here I has been ill for several days and wat.r. Dri.. 2- round *. ,.
DOAN SPILLS Sunday morning visiting his par-, I went to Jacksonville Monday, TUKS.-U'KD.-TIirKS.: JUNE 22, 2.1, 24 In ona hour way to clan. .4 5
nts, Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Sewell. where she Is undergoing a series wa.h.ao.iIv.: ONE GALLON Easy to apply.
of "short wave therapy" treat- "THE HARD WAY"
ments.
I IDA LUMNO, DENNIS! MORGAN JOAN' LESLJi::
Mrs. Roy Smith of Ten n lit BUY U. S. WAR BONDS AND STAMPS ;'.
k Ga. will arrive Saturday for a Frl. Sat. June 18 19
L .visit .with! her brother-in-law and
sister' Mr. and Mrs. K. G. Duncai
Mr. and Mrs. Duncan will ala -RITZ-
have ae week-end guests, Mrt SISTRUNK ;
R. E. Theis and daughter, Shirley,
SUNDAY, !SIONDAY JUNE 20-3'-J
of Jacksonville. FEED & SEED

r "ANDY HARDY'S DOUBLE LIFE"
r Lloyd Edwards, who spent five< STORE
months with the U. S. Engineerat LEWIS STONE :Mickey It..onI"Y.N'f'U". Parker
Pearl Harbor, recently returned Stnrkfp 1.1. i
to his home at Rowell Luke

.r.mao as The climate did not agree wit] -
him, and he did not want to be< ,
"frozen" to a Job so far away;


FOR QUICK FOOD from Mrs.home.Selma McCaH and Mia NOTICE TO FARMERS

Louella Lindsay spent the.weekend ,
Inland City, N. Y. In Miami with Mrs. McCain
Pepnl-CoU Company, Long/
Franchise.. Bottler Pepsi-Cola Bottling Co., of Jacksonville sister, Mrs. Willa Mae McIntyre, '
Mrs. McIntyre returned to Stark
withthem for a week's visit with & WOOLAND OWNERS

her Thornton.Mrs.parents. Mr. and Mrs. W. E

NAT SEZ:

folks, I'm tiling to ten- W. B. Mundy and Mrs. J. .
W. Klncald have returned home
the fact that "All God'n

got vho ..". After that after York spending City, where some Mrs.time in Mundy New Army Navy Allies And Essential Civilian Needs Will
the lust two her ,
gave ut purchased merchandise for
before 'No. 17 expired, I ihop. Prior to going to New Require Thirteen Million Cords Of Pulpwood In 1943A

r11'ell there ain't a l>arefted Yor:(, Mrs. Kincaid spent several
weeks vlstlng in Kentucky.
gal left In Bradford Coun I
am I complaining No H. E. Tucker, who recently left cord of pulpwood will make enough powder to fire two

hhoe Is the fondest for a vacation at his former homeIn rounds in a 16-inch naval gun. "
I'm of. Sparta, WIs., had to be helped '. '
off the train when he arrived.
His "old trouble", a swollen ankle f" Your trees are needed to make fiberboard containers to pro-
M-E-N recurred with such force that
of foods, supplies and munitions.
he could not walk, and he was tect overseas shipments ,
taken to Mayo Brothers Clinic in t- .

Rochester, Minn for treatment. make for parachutes
KEEP COOLIn ..1f. And your trees are needed to rayon

Mrs. C. C. Mendoza and son, .'. "* and medical dressings for the sick and wounded.
Cut, and Miss Gloria Johns, who
have been spending sometime In
One Of Our San Antonia, Texas with Lt. You To Keep Up The Supply Of Pulpwood.
Mendoza, have arrived here to be Uncle Sam Urges

Sport ShirtsDiscard present Betty Green at the and marriage N. T.of Ritch.Miss Every Log Will Help Bring Victory. Harvest Your Wood-

They are guests of Mr. and Mm.
T. J. Griffin and Mrs. Carrie' land 'Now. Help The War Effort And Increase Your Income.

That Old Collar And Rltch. Cut wisely to assure future supply.

Rev. and Mrs: A. R. Bryan, t
Tie For The Duration Of who have charge of the new
Church Service Center on.ChurchSt.

The Summer .' past., had two as weeks their their guest daughter for the, Write Us On What To Cut, Specifications Prices, Etc.

Miss Janet Bryan, a student In
Bucknell College, Lewlsburg. Pa.
A Complete LineManhattans She left Tuesday for New York
r City where she will Join her
aunt, Miss Helen R. Bryan, for
-- Airman -- Tru-val i a trip to ..Mexico.Mrs. Container Corporation of America ;

Charles E. Torres returned
to Starke Thursday of
Brands [
All Standard last week after a six weeks' absence '

from the city because of'I TIMBER DEPARTMENT
Illness. Part of the time wa spent
$1.65 $2.00 $2.50Sternberg'S In St. Lukes Hospital, Jackson-!I .
__. a-J ,j a vllle, and the remainder at the :
II home of her brother, W L. FERNANDINA, FLORIDA ;
ers, in St. Augustine. She Is sand-I
convalescing at her home t
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IlRADPOJtD )01JNTT) TItL19O1rtAPfl. l1TAR1ilI.! FLOJt.IIJA FRIDAY, Jt:1IiE: 18, Ilia

PAGE SEX _. .........4 Lewis "nta,,. r.t a. ._
Dave Green and Mrs *KUUJ Sunday on
were I
RuralCommonsense. around the farm or backyard, and Hints For The BROOKER of guests Jacksonville of Mrs. Crews' parents, I I and Mrs. W O. Runes attended furlough, visiting hla Wire a 15-di-'

learn to recognize poison Ivy and ,Household By Minnie! Lou' Ilazen Mr. and Mri. O. W. Barry. I the funeral of Mrs. Eugene Doug- Infant daughter. Celia Key, lilt
I Mr. and
poison sumac to avoid skin aiiand Mrs. Sanford Ritch :las in Lake Butler Monday. ,. Mrs. Grady *
WATCH YOUR STEP rashes. Take care with firearm, CANNING TOMATOES SUNDAY SCHOOL PARTY and son, Gene, of Starke were I Mr. and Mrs. Tom Markey and Baldwin visited Ma Bezel
for "I didn't know It was loaded" Mrs. W. O. Rimes entertained Markey were mother Mrs. Lewi, i0l
In the of relative Miss: Martha Evelyn
I I Sunday
With almost everybody for serve a
won't undo injuries!__and deaths Versatile and popular her Sunday School, class with a guests been visiting business last Friday days recently.Mrs. r ft*
city growing gardens this year, In its fresh state, the tomato at Mrs. Tom Dukes has In Tampa on
and ing and 'pic- c
_caused by rifles, shotguns swimming party Miss Hazel Alice
of Mrs. Grace Emma Gay, Thomas
sister Mrs.
there'll be a bumper crop la one of the easiest of all vege- Beach Tuesday after- her left Mondi
pistols. Hampton Station, for a I and little Geraldine for Miami to vlsu ,
bruises, rcratches and whathaveyou I te VI.s to can at home. noon, June 8. After, enjoying a Dukes of Dukes Hodgson .e son Pvt.
1941 about 18,500 persons Jacksonville are visiting Leslie Thomas,
In Who
that won't help the country'iwar Tomatoes are acid, as are : delightful swim a picnic lunch few day Allen of > I? statlOll4
effort a bit. Inexperiencedlabor were accidentally killed on farms fruit Therefore, they are easier was! served. -ifC, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Stewart of Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Gay. there. !
on the farm may add to Machines and animals were the to can than: non-acM jregetables Waycross, Ga. are visiting Mr. Mr. and Mrs James Cason and Mr.. and Mrc Lee Green
the number of accidents. chief causes of these fatal accidents such as corn and peas. You can KENNETH CECttJ: ?PADGETTMr. : Stewart's parents, Mr. and Mrs. children were in Gainesville Sunday children and Truby Plnholater 114!

Here are a few hints that will process tomatoes in a boiling and Mrs..Lloyd! Padgett announce Tom Stewart. attended church in Baldwin
eliminate a lot of trouble and When using the tractor, retard water bath instead of the pressure the arrival 'of a 'baby' boy, Mrs. Hershef Layfield and son Mr. and Mrs. Tom Stewart and day. gm
pain: Don't overwork at the be- the spark and see that transmission I canner required for practically all Kenneth Cecil Padgett, on Saturday Darrell, of Valdosta Ga., are vis- Mrs. Robert Lewis were visitorsto
ginning:, or aching backs, lame gears are neutral when other vegetables.. Vitamin loss in June 12. itlng her parents Mr. and Mrs Gainesville Thursday of last CARD OF Til.\Ngg
muscles! and blistered hands will starting. When cranking, grasp canning fresh tomatoes Is slight. NEW ARRIVAL Noon Mott. week. We desire to express our ,h.
result. Wear hats when workingIn the crank securely with one hand Neither does re-heating canned Miss Audrey Polk of Miami Is cere gratitude to our
Mr. and Mrs. L. V Waters an- Rosa Plnholster Is visitingher mm
bright sunlight, drink water and pull up: never spin motoror I tomatoes have much effect on Mrs. fora visiting relatives here. friends for the klr.Jnea.e,
the arrival of girl In Jacksonville
with salt or salt tablets dissolvedin I try to turn It over by stand food value. nounce a baby son Guy Miss Madeline Crosby is> at- courtesies shown during ant!
the
It, and take frequent stops for ing on crank handle. No tractor'' The hot-pack method ia a good on Wednesday,. June 9. few days. week-end tending summer school in Gaines- cent Illness and death of ourk a!

cooling off. Don't try to get a should be used to pull an over- way both to can tomatoes and to I Mrs. Lee Green and children, Mike Tilghman was Crumpler a of ville loved wife and motherCQ. ,
James
sun tan the first day, or you'll load, or It may "rear up" and save on jar space! __Important now Thomas Lee and Marie, Mrs. guest of .Lt. Fred Hazen spent last weekIn W. Hazen of Brooker: allO
get a painful, even dangerous, throw the driver. The operator that there Is a shortage of can- Rosa Plnholster and Miss Frances Klsslmmee.Mls of Miami on business. for the beautiful flowers
sunburn. "Tan" by leaving shirt should be careful not to be thrown ning equipment. Use firm, ripe Tilghman spent Saturday .afternoon Marjorie Is here Sue for Barry an extended Mrs. Mana Wiggins of New evinced the high esteem |In WhH whltk
and trousers off only a few min from his seat and should not tomatoes with no decayed spots. in Gainesville. Jacksonville with her grandparents River was vlsltng Mrs. Rosa she was held In the comim..
utes the first day, lengtheningthe wear loose clothing or ragged meat can visit in which she
I One bit of decayed Mr. and Mrs. Larson MIntz Mr. and Mrs. O. W. Plnholster Saturday. spent her life
,
period of exposure each sub gloves that might catch In revolving -. spoil a whole Jar of tomatoes. and daughter, Bobbie, Mrs. Abe Pvt Talmadge Kelly of Val- -O. W. Hazen and tempt']
parts of farm machinery.And I Barry.
day.Don't The
sequent when handling bulls, be First, skin the tomatoes.this la to Crosby and children of Jacksonville A. G. Cason of Gainesville wasa 6 WI' .....,_ .. y- -.- ..... ----.
leave hoes, rakes or easiest way to do put I -
extremely cautious for a bull is were visiting relatives here week-end guest of his brother,
; other tools around; put them In them In a tray or wire basket,
1 the basement or tool shed. Hoesand untrustworthy. Also be careful dip them In boiling water for Sunday James Cason. Prompt Service Careful Drivers
for The friends of Mrs. G. Mrs. Harvey Starling and
rakes can cause cuts and lac- with horses, mules, and cows" about a minute, and follow with many
they will kick, bite or gore on cold Then B. Colson who I has been suffering daughter, Myrtle, and Miss Ona
erations. And when wooden tool a quick dip In water.
should be with blood poison for several Mae Starling, and Mrs. Florence
occasion. They spokento
handles are split or splintered, drain, peel, and remove the cores.
'
: when approached and watchedat days, will be glad-to know that Fogg of Graham visited Mrs. Starke Taxi ServicePhone
lk the hands may be pinched or Cut the tomatoes in quarters,
she Is Thomas Wednesday of last
gradually Improving. Alice
all times while near.
f lacerated unless friction tape l Is heat to boiling and hold at boil-
y used for repairs or, better still There's work to do to win this Ing until the pieces are heated Miss Geneva Parrish of Jack- week.
W a new handle for tool Is bought. war, and accidents at home won't through. Pack boiling' hot into sonville is visiting relatives here Dock Waters and daughter, 150
Falls are dangerous, so be extra help. Most of the ablebodiedmen containers, adding one teaspoonfor for a few days. Mary Ellen, were In Lacrosse
i r careful on stairs or while have gone off to war, so every quart. Fill the containers Mr, and Mrs. Raymond Crews Thursday visiting Mrs. Joe Ray
landing on barrels, boxes, or great care should be taken to with boiling-hot tomato Juice HarrU1. Day Night
other elevated places. Also, utilize manpower to the best ad- and process Immediately In a whether you use tin or glass con- Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Green and
Accidents don't win lainers. This processing time Is children, Mr. and Mrs 'Earle
watch for rusty nails from lum- vantage. Ing-water-bath canner. Process I ..
.. ,. ...
,
children Mr. and Mrs. r
for altitudes of 1,000 feet or less. Green and --
ber and boards sometimes left ward. .. tomatoes for five minutes, | -t

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MAYBE FATHER IS TIRED
tI

SPECIALS ". 1'. OF MENDING THAT OLD CHAIR

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., Just Received A 'Few Electric Waffle Irons, What Better Gift Could You Give Him

,i Sandwich Toasters Fans And A Few
Fishing
Than A Nice Easy Chair In Which To Rest
Rods And Reels. These Items Are Rapidly Disappearing -

From The Market .- Buy Now. .a- His Weary Bones After A Hard Day's

Work? We Have Luxurious Styles With

Bathing Trunks For Men And Boys $1 Up t a Overstuffed Ottomans For As I Little As

Also A Large Stock Of Ear Protectors To Use

While BathingSEE FATHERS' DAY $25.95 And Up

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..p. rr. : OTHER GIFTS FOR DAD Smoking Stands, Card Tables,

OUR SHOWER CAPS, THAT CAN BE USED IN PLACE ,j Table Lamps, What-Nots, Corner Stands' And Bibles.

OF A BATH CAP NEW SHIPMENT JUST ARRIVED JUNE 20th



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'Father's Day To Be Given Special Notice This Year Mother ,



Father's Day-Sunday, June her upon her inspiration! among was separated. Appropriate mas-

20, is dedicated this year to the them praise from William 'Jennings' culine-type greeting cards mark-

"fighting" Dads, whether they Bryan and James Whitcomb ed the occasion for millions ofAmerican
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be the "home front" soldiers 1 Fathers on that Father's -
a By the following i W
.y'ear.e oc- -L -
manning production lines or Day as they have ever Z
casion had gained such impetus wO
serving with the armed forces. since for they could ably express O
that state legislatures and municipal =
Father's Day was launched 33 those deep sentiments

GIFTSSHAVING years ago by Mrs. John Bruce officials throughout thenation which we feel for our fathers -

Dodd of Spokane Wash. Inspired gave their formal en-
but which are so difficult to put
dorsement to Father's Day celebrations .

by the love and sacrifices into words.

SETS of her Dad, a Civil War veteran held in their states and This year, Father's Day greeting YOU OWE IT TO DAD
cities. This second Father's
SHAVING BOWLS who had raised his motherless cards have been created for

BILL FOLDS family of six, on a tar m in Day observance also saw the "service fathers" that express TO LOOK YOUR

ASH TRAYSSTATIONERY eastern Washington, Mrs. Dodd, first appearance of some of the the pride their children feel.
customs which are now so close BEST ON HIS
then wife and mother
a young Others for fathers on the home
FINE PIPES wrote a letter to the Spokane ly associated with the holiday front put over the idea "that DAY
Children wore roses as remembrance
1 Ministers Alliance the
TOBACCOSCIGARETTES proposing
no matter what rating
you get
; red for the living
idea for a special day to honor and white in'tribute to t b e from Uncle Sam you'll always -

fathers., memories of their fathers. Dad rate 1-A with me I"

Gifts For All Occasions Together the Ministers Alliwas made the center of attention In 1918 "Stars and Stripes," SUMMER SUN AND HEAT
ance and the YMCA of Spokane with special visits from official publication of the AEF, PLAY HAVOC WITH YOUR
their children who brought little arranged the first
wartime Fa SKIN AND HAIR. PHONE
the Father's
helped put Day
SEE OUR FINE SELECTION gifts of haberdashery and ther's Day observance for FOR AN APPOINTMENTAND
OF FATHER'S DAY idea into active motion and smoking equipment that would doughboys serving I in France LET US FRESHEN

GREETING CARDSCARPENTER'S Spokane in 1910 was the first appeal to him. Greetings from the folks backcity YOUR BEAUTY BEFORE

I to set aside a day to honor And the postman brought the home were printed in the pub. FATHER'S DAY.

t fathers. Interest in the event first of the specially designed lication through co-operation of
the American Red Cross
spread throughout the country Father's Day greeting cards also prepared special Fathers, which STARKEBEAUTY

The REXALL Store and Mrs. Dodd was showered from both his children at home Day entertainment in canteens #

with greetings complimenting and from those from whom he, near all fighting fronts. SHOP



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I World ot Today Show. Omaha Telegraph shall publish this Order
Nehranka. / In next four weekly Issue
Von are required to appeal' on Witness my hand. and official
July Bth, 1943, In the above named I seal at Htarke Florida. this May
'ci Court and cause wherein plaintiff 31st. 1943OFFICIAL.
( : SUCCESSFUL seek divorce and custody of I ( 8KAL) A. J. Thomas
: Children Hradford County Teleit A* I'lerk of said Court ,
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'' ;: ''' 0' ':'-': '' 0 rap Ii shall publish thin Order In 1 T. Frank Landrum. Starke, Florida.Atty. .
: ::t-i .} :: : : ? next four weekly ISsues for Pit 6-4 4t 625iv

Witness my hand and official -
OUSEROLDM : : PARENTHOOD seal at ftarke. Florida this June "IR.T cot'it'r. BIIAI>FORI>

.. j 3rd. 1943. ('01 %.1'". FLOUIUll I'M lll: ...N.
: ;, ;: i i A. J Thomas, <'KNV.Ilollle .
:, : ::. < ':: :::;:::! :::: : ;: ;:.
':<: ...... ....:.::..:............ : i A. Clerk of aald Court. "F. Cropland Plaintiff va

:mmServe:= ( ':':!!:= l 7J1l3" I PATRICIA DOW Knight(OFFICIAL1AL& Knight), Slar :4 Florida Ruth. 2411STATI2 Ann, Croiland. Defendant.. .c.iNo.

: Atty for Pit I 4t 6.25 I OK Ft.OniDA to: Ruth
:. : : .. .: .i I I Ann Crowland. whose residence I*
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KDWABM
....,, ;:o-: ;"'; :.*><.::.. ';,:. ,:,'.i:. "' :;;:::N...;:. ;>;;:iii.:;:: >:, ,Lki......"' .>>"..'..,'y.::,:,::,/","...,,.::.:""":":""" ,. ,T silL CATKIBaiX COHBAO I'M (1111"1'1' .( OIHr. BHM>KOHI) Route No.. ;3. Charleston, South I
,,_ ""' : 401 %1',. .. ...JlIIU.\I IM tllANKH CarolynaOltDER. ::
A.. ..... ....... I'W' .......If T ". : OK PUBLICATION .:,:

Otis Wendell (CalllM .-,..InII rr. va. AND NOTICE TO APP ;A.C. *
Helen K. Callls. Defendant. Caaa You are required to appear on t!
194JJT In the above namedCourt
No. 2419 July 6th..
ENCOURAGE CHILD'S DRAWING ATTEMPTSDo () )En OF PtTBL.IC'ATION and cause wherein plaintiff .':;
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ANI NOTICE TO APPKAK .".k. dlvorua Bradford Cou ntyTelegraph '
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E encourage childrento takes the blank look on the faces of STATE 0..' FL.O1UDA to: Helen shall publish thIs Orderin I
you your .
____ K. Callls whose. residence I I..* Koute next four weekly I..u.s. '
display their first attempts at parent-critics to stir him from his No.1 liox A-314, Manteca California. Wltnesa my hand aol official "
k&Pp drawing? Wo remember with particular contentment with a half finished seal I at Htarke, Florida this Juna i I ', >'I

pleasure how mother would I picture. You are required to appear on and 1943. .
J. Thomas
OFFICIAL SEAL A. ,
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July 8th 11143 In the abova named t
_ p always place our scrawls next to The best way to show your admiration Court .and cause wherein plaintiff Aa Clerk of said Court. '
father's tobacco jar. so they'd be of your child's drawings Is seeks divorce. bradford County T Frank Landrum Stark. FWriduiAtty. .r'''

/ the first thing he would see when Telea-raph I shall publish this order for PIC. 64t tt-lJ fIN
to provide him with a special display ,
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In next four weekly lsNtie
S p he came home. Father would stand place. A square of beaver "
back and admire them critically. Witness my hand and officialseal : CinCVIT (.'0 I:RT. HltAI)rOHD 't....
board hung In the child's room or Florida. this -
at Htarke Jun"l ('otINTI' FLORIDA' I'M: IM4KCKHY. .
Occasionally he would point out In an upstairs hall will not only SrI 1143 .

how we could improve our draw save the walls but give the child (OFFICIAL.".) A. J. Thomas Louie iloodman. Plaintiff. va Alice

ings. For Instance, we were fond A* Clerk of said Court K. Uodman, Defendant Case Nil. .
a feeling of pride In his work be- William I'. Morgan Jacksonville. 2406. '/
\\ \ of drawing apples because applesare cause it ,Is considered worth a prominent Floilda. Atty. for 1'lf. ,.. 4t 6-25 ORDER OF PUBLICATION -I

roundish but not round so our place. Let the child make his AND NOTICW TO APPISAK:: t .

wobbly circles could justifiably be own choice of drawings to be "exbibited" I STATE: OK FI.OKIDA to.: AlteC
'k\ lv iniiir ('01'it'r. HIIIDKOIIUNellie R whose residence la ,
\ labeled apples. But we had been Goodman r'
and do his
own "hRnalna"with "'01 "'tV. ..I.ORIII\I St tHAtlilly. Unknown. h u
putting a shine In the same soot colored thumb tacks.It You are required. to appear on <"

on aUf them. and that was wrong. Mae Craft IMnlntlff., vaItUhard July 6th., 1943. In the above named *
\\ father said. To show us what he Is, also Important to provide ThomiiM I Craft Jr. Defeiidant Court and cause, wherein pljilntlft r'
meant. he took three apples and drawing materials to encourage the Cnse No. 2401), I seeks dlvorca Hradford Cou nuyTelepiraph
child to engage in this valuable OHMKIt tJ Ii" I'l'HMCATION shall publlnh this Order I.
Ir placed them on the table. Thenwe form of play. lit Isn't just the em. AND: : NOT1CR TO Al'l'KAK: 1 In next four weekly lua 1;
both looked at them and I saw STATK OF FI.OK1IM to: lllch- Wltnea my hand and official i
that the shiny part of the fruit bryo artist who should be encouraged ard Thoma Craft Jr. whose residence seal I at "$tarke. Florida thU May. ',,1
\\ to draw. for psychologistshave 67J 3Hth. 1943 f /
Is Ut 3 kluX Charleston.ttuuth ,
wasn't in exactly the same spot on
OFFICIAL I IA
found that children often express Carolina ( SEAL) A. J. Thomaa. .'\
I'r each apple. So thereafter we no Clark of said. Court.T. (
and to work off their reunited to appear on ".
a degree You are
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longer put the shine on with mathematical Frank Landrum Btarka. Florida, j '
Thus had fears through attempting to draw July Gth, 1943. In the ubuv naam..d'Court Atty. for PJf. 6-4 41 6-23. "',
precision we and wherein plaintiff
,
cause.. '
learned our first lesson In observing pictures of what is troubling them. seeks. divot.co. llradford. County. 1/
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and shadow. Certainly you can learn a great Tel"aTsih' shall publish this Order iv: tinciiT' (' *iKr.' BiiADFonn .
Perfect Little Cakes for Garden PartySee light deal about a child's Interests from In next four weekly IssueiWltnasa I ('OI'N'I'I'' KL.OIIIUAI IN tllt.V.KltV. r.
Then there's the story a father '
Below he draws.) Save hand and oflclal seal d';
( Recipe ) the things '
wrote us: "My son Dickie Is quitean every at Htarke. my Florida, this May 3 let, ('ha.oJ.. Mills, }'I..lntltfl. vs. V ata !. ,
artist, though I must admit Icant bit of wrapping paper and cut it In 1943. ,&I111*. Defendant c'sse ko. 2446. < ".f j jOltDKIt
sheets for the child's draw- tF PUHLICAT1ON ,
Keep Cool! always make 'out what he's large (OFFICIAL 8KAL' ) A. 4. Thomas I AND NOT1CK TO APPEAR t HU '
Lynn; Chambers Point-Saving< Ing. Even if he wants to draw onlya
As Clerk of said Court. .
trying to drawl The other day STATR: OF KU)IUDA to: V.eta J ,
small flower hell enjoy havinglots T. Frank. Landrum. Htarke, FloridaAtty. 1
Menu. latest Mill Whose realdenoa la Sparta., i
showed his
cook the cook Dickie me masterpiece ;
don't
roods that of space to work In. Crayons. for PIf.f 6-4 41 '-116 1ennaea. :

d leave a lot of K.P. after the and I was looking at It of course are essential and If possible You are required to appear on ; ]

I* over are Orange Ring Salad thoughtfullY. thinking was a pretty a let of tempera colors for IV' <'1114 I IT (:;;;;-1'. HltADKOHUOIrit July 6th.. 1943. In the above named i '
# party It boat? and wherein 1-1 I
Hostess Sandwiches good barn. or was a <' KI.OHIUtl IM 41IAXVelniu Court cause plaintiff
(I 7 two golden rules when Dickie.. said matter-of-factly. mixing with water and painting tI4It: V( seeks divorce. Hradford Cou nty s '
Cheese Sandwiches with real brushes! Televraph shall publlah this Order '{ :
aummer en Diinlavy. Plaintiff vs. Harry
for Don't what it il? Here
you see In next four weekly issues.'I., J "
Gi.ry tertaining. If you Tiny Tim Cakes I'll put in the headlights so you'll Indeed. there Is no form of creative Dunlnvv. )..t :Fla'Tlln\ : ) No I \ <47tOKDklt Witness my hand .and official 1 *E. ,;, :

are baking anything Beverage know it's a carl' This. again Is expression more satisfying to AND NOTIfK TO A1>I'JoAH seal at Htarke, Florida" tht* May" .i" 'f,.

Recipes Given a lesson every artist must learn. a child than working with crayons 8TATK OF OUIDA 10: HarryDiinlavy 3lst, 1943OFFICIAL, 'i Iii IV.
baking
try: SEAL J. Thomaa :
In I'li- ( ) ,
\ I la cool morning ... The artist sees his picture ao clearlyin and paints and just tos sheer play known. whose residence A*. Clerk ot. Maid Court. r ,

gi I his own mind that especially II this activity contributes to the development J H. Harrison. Jacksonville, Flor" '( .
to on
t hours and if Tiny little cakes attractively dec Whirling Dirndl he's a very"young beginner he of muscle co-ordination July You 12th.are 1943 required In the abo\a appear named Ida. Atty. for Plf. 8-4 4t -15 f '. "

there's a warm orated with a cool drink may serve Pattern No. 8385-Can't blame o'len doesn't bother to put it all on as well as to the stimulation of Imagination. Court. ,and I cause, wherein pl..ln.1IIrf | I i' "

lish to be served make it some- refreshments for this little sister for acting coquettlst the paper or canvas. sometimes seeks divorce llradford Co.liny iv ('IIIt"'I'1' 01'11'1'. Bn U.ORD ; ) !\
as a garden partyor this OI.I.rIn .
T..I"lrl\lh shall publish fOI'VTt.' Kl.Ollllltl IM ( MAN.IHHV.
thing that doesn't require more than evening: in this darling frock with snug toP next four weekly. Ismies.WltnesH I I 'i ,1!:<,'

113 l minutes of cooking. and whirling dirndl skirt my hand and official Dorothy Ilrown. Plaintiff va Robert "
If table decorations and settlings Tiny Tim Cakes). Pattern No. 8383 Is In sizes 3. 4. 5 H. 11 2J K. containing; 10 AcreM. seal ut Sturkv Florida, this June I Brown Defendant. Case N.... .f t ., .

your (Makes 8 cakes) S. 6. 7 and 8 years. Size 4 takes 2H more." or 1 IIKH. IN emltrured underBulil 9th 1943.OFICIAL. 2415. M, I'
and the Certificate No. 98. OHDIC11: OF PirnLICATlON
are cool appearing /
H shortening yards 39-inch material; 3 yards rico HOMSE11CM Lot 2 of ItlK I food carries this out further. then cup rac. W of Ity. Hoc. 23 Twp. 6 S. It 22 A* Cleric. of ald Court. I STATE OF FLOKIDA" to: Itobert f fnrown 11,

I you will have done a lot toward making 1 cup sugar I!.. I.. cmbnufd under mild torllflcute N.I! K. I'crvmnn: Htarke,9-11."lurl.I"JAUy 4t ,-8 whusa .address I I. Box 344 i, I :,,1).
for Plf. I
Re- 1 era No. 174. Victor Colorado. It t IJJ\
comfortable.
your guests M.:". of N\W, KK 14 A In HIS You are required. to appear on I I...'1ft
freshments may be simple in fact. t cups sifted flour ('or S..<, 24 Twp.. 5 H, K 23 I'].. contain iv in('iir (oiiir. mi \I)F()HII I, July 6th., 1943 In the above named .1" ,!: ,

I they should be for then .guests and 3 teaspoons baking< powder Name E Inic 20 ac'i ..., more or loss. In COUNTY PXOH1DA C1IANIIIV. Court, and cause, wherein plaintiff 1seeka .j'l'
"lbl''poJ under said. I'ortlflcuteNu dlvorca Hradford (. 0 u nty ;: :t''
[hostess alike can enjoy themselves. teaspoon salt 120. : Telegraph shall publish this Order 1 tin : ,
Here's lovely salad that's the 1 cup milk Addns Lot IS Hunt I.nwley In embraced Kthel Derfllngrer, Plaintiff v. .next four weekly I Issues. \If"
a under mi Id t''prllrt<'nl.. No. 2R4Khi Philip II. I Derfllnsrer Der..ndnnt.Casa Witness my hnnd ami official II '' rt
{last word In coolness and smooth- 1 teaspoon vanilla 2y cfDa7ue: of sl:',, of 8K',. Kx S 420 No. 2500.OhttbL4lt enl at Htttike, .Florida this June I f

flees thereby fining the order for Cream shortening and sugar together Jy Ft-13'ti A.. WHO. 27 Twp. t H. H. OF riTIILlfATIO.N 2nd.1' 1943. \ II I"UJo'FIC1Af. "
Nam of paper. 23 K, containing 14 ACIHH, moio or AND: : I NOTICI1 TO AI'HIJAIt ( BRAD: A, J. Thomas ,f '
[ perfect summer refreshment: until light and fluffy. Add I...... IB otnliriKvd under call Certificate 8FATR 01<' FLOltlDII to Philip Aa Clerk of Maid Court. jf.| ; '

egg. beating welL Sift dry ingredients i Aa ho, at Slitef Mir,'. Ichc: .. No. 211NHVi I) homo addressI T. Frank Landrum Stark., Florida. ., J
Salad. _
Orange Bins No____ SUe_ -
Pattern lInfsI'JIJh'i
together and add alternately to or tIIMel' 4 Twp. 7 8. H I is llond. It. l>. 1.Klliabnth Atty. for Plf. e.. 4iU-2f.. ,4 ',. .
(Serves 8) Maybe :you're wondering how 22 K, containing 40 acres. more or Pennsylvania, and whosebuslnesH "J'
creamed mixture with milk. Mix to In coin for I...... U embraced under Bald certificate Hfldress I.10"'" 813 Y. I t :
I tablespoon gelatin Bend IS cents ( much you ought to can in order to iv: fiiiri'iT: coiiir. flU 'i>F()HOCOI'NrV. ,
!% cold water a smooth batter. Drop from a spoon each pattern dashed to- feed family for the coming No. 334. MC. A., Church ..nol *Htute Htrnets, FLOIIIIJ'\1 I'M C.IIAV- t,d.1\ :ICKIIV.
cap your Ulmlra: New York. I .
7 8K M
20
Bake NK': iif NI..V4 Hoc. Twp : i !
t M cup boiling water into well-greased mufflncups. Patricia Dow Patterns winter..Le- I I 22 K., containing I Acrim, morn I You are requited to appear on Locale Beard Plaintiff vs Ilubbard if 'i 'A
| IS' Juice 23 minutes in a' moderate (330-de- The government advises that you or I.... U *..*....-,..... tin* a Fraction July 6th., 1941. In the above named 1 Heard Defendant. Cuia. No. 2413. r"

cups orange ) oven. Frost with tinted frost- ... N. ... allow a minimum of 123 miscellaneous of Certificate No. lit.NI7V4 Court. and causa. wherein pliilntlffseek OitllCJt OK PIJBLU'ATION il 1 '.',' I
New Terk.
Juice of one lemon gree SOS W. Lila This includes I Ol t..i.4 .JMl. .. .. ... tt H. It .* divorce. Hradford County AND NOTICF! '" I", "
1 tablespoon chopped mint ing. quarts per person. 23 E. containing 40 AITOM morn or Telegraph hall publish. this. OlderIn I STATE OF .()R1gA"t to: ilubbard \ '
Grapefruit Swlssle. fruits and jellies and juicesas IOKH, ,In .m!>rn< ed und...r Haiti. Certificate next four weekly issues. Tteard. whoSe resIdence. la Falcon l'
H cup sugar well as vegetables. No. 877. Witness. my bund, and offUlal North Carolina. ". -
[ 154! pounds white grapes, skinned 1 quart grapefruit Juice TRAIN SCHEDULE Keep in mind too. that there are K'a' of SKV, of SWU Sec' 6 Twp seal at HtHrke.. Florida. this May I You ara required to appear on ,t ',.
Juice from 8 limes ,,8 H. K 23 K. containing 20 Acron: 21. 1943. July 6th., 1943. In the. above named. "f ,
and seeded SouthboundNo. about 173 days when your garden more or less, IB embraced. under A, J Thomas. Court and cause wherein plaintiff 'i.j k
2 cops shredded lettuce <4< sprigs of mint 101-9S5: A. M. won't be supplying you with its null. .. Certificate. No. .1711 As Clerk of said ".,ulrt. seeks dlvorca., Bradford U o II nty S (I[
Sugar syrup to taste produce. and transportation may The anHOHvinont ot .ad property (OFFICIAL BEAD Telegraph shall publish this Order j'r.i l[
packages cream cheese N:>. 191-11:15 P. M. limit the supplies at your grocers. under mild certificate No. 83 wa Knight A K nigh i, HiiirKe ..."..10.... In next four weekly lMue ]Ii f

1 cup sour cream dressingSoak Mix lime and grapefruit Juice Stir No. 1 -11:40: P. M. Consult family's likes and i In the mime of Wm MIt"I"I' tha Atty for I'lf. ___ .__ 6.d! ft .-lI'M I Wltnaia my hand and official '! 'I '
crushing your assessment of aald property underM.I.t seal at Htarke Florida this June > }
gelatin In cold water 5 min in syrup. Add mint leaves. NorthboundNo. dislikes. too. There's reaUy not I certificate No. 98 was In the
utes. Add boiling water. lemon and them after 2-4:46: A. M. much point to going! to all the trouble name of gtanley Hrunilxire; the (' "" PI.OIIIIIAI IM thAt(14RV (OFFICIAL" BKAL) A. J. Thoma *
'" :! : iissee.ment of said property undersaid I Aa Clark of sail Court. y' kJ
:: added to' drink of food that .
orange Juice sugar and chopped 7 "r::1<',,' No. 192-9.21: A. M. of canning a lot certificate No 174 was In the :1. H. Proctor, Plaintiff va.' Fredla 8. nllrrl..on.. Jacksonville, Flor.t, h! ,
mint. Stir until cooL Mash and i .,\\10,1"; l t Stir thoroughly. No. 32-1:15: / P. M. (Petersburg won't be eaten just to make up : name of It. A. ilrlfflu: the assessment Proctor Defendant. Cane No, 3417.OKDKIt Ida, Atty., for .-. 4t '.15 H ,' "
.\\ quota.< Of course you'll have of saId property under *aldcertificate pTILfATIONAND
Irr OK
: Cool refrigera your
form cheese Into balls' the size Of ; ;!f.4t. Va. and ) .
beyond .to take advantage of the) products No. 120 was In the name NOT1CK TO A..ICAHI
large little of Icily :; ,;jl: tor. ,Fill glasses i ot Unknown. The a..m..nt. of OK FLORIDA tot FrediProctor NOTICIO OP "PP5.ICATIOtPoll ,
marbles Pour '; I pi No. 44-2:30: ( P. M. (Peterburg. that are abundant and availablein I STATE TAX I)KKISes '
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:, ;,I crushed ice. aid property under said certificateNo Is Unknown
with realdenoa
Into bottom of,' s mold and :place ;;; :; I Va. and beyond) your community and the) family 254 wa. In the name of Gladys. whose ( >ata Hill N.. IM) ,1 l

balls at intervals while. pouring on 1 swizzle.and pour" Garnishwith over No. 108--6:03 P.! M. may bare- to.. ..learn" to ,like some I ttrean under; the .said....ment certificate of sell No.prop 211 You are required to appear on :that NOTICE W. M. Reddleh IS IIKltUHY holder OIVKN.of Tax 'j't..

thickened Jelly. Place in refrlgera. 7 Wsutnee Branch to BelL' FU. things. erty In tha name of J. L. Harrell July 6th. 1943 In tha above named Certificate No. U'. Issued the 2nd '
tor Unmoldand a sprig ol The) sins of .our family: win help wan of said propertyunder Court and cause, wherein plain. day Heptembar A. I). 1939. has ,f:
and chill until firm. the assessment ,
I fresh mint. No. 101( leave Starks 7:00: A. M. you to determine tile .size of jars laid certificate No. 334 wee tiff .seeks dlvorca. Bradford CountyTelegraph do same In my office anl baa ,.
fill center with mixed shall publish this OrderIn mada application for tax deed to I .:
grapes P. M a ,
No. 102 arrive Starke 1:43: of neorare Williams: .
six In the name /
want to us Figure servings -
with lettuce Surround! Sugar syrup to keep on hand for you of saltS property next four weekly Isnuee.Wltnesa be Issued thereon. Bald certificateembrace. \, ,
and Monument
dressing. the "
1 from a quart jar and three) my hand and official the following describedBroparty ;.
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cool drinks is made by boiling under aald certificate No was
mold with peeled orange sections. CHURCH DIRECTOR OF from a pint. Half-pints will yield In the nama of Inca Ivey Pollard I seal at Htarke Florida" this Jun. In the County of Bradford.
Serve cups of sugar to 1% cups water for 3rd 1943. Florida to-wltt ,
with crackers. SERVICES two small servings. and the aue..ment of laid property -
minutes alter it starts boiling. Maid certlflcatea No. 371 (OFFICIAL BRAL) A. J. Thomas Loan 11. 1* In Woodlawn Section
10 under i"
Senr Cream Dressing FIK8T BAPTISTBT. Ir. a good Idea to put up preserves of Un Aa Clerk of paid Court. I II. Township I Houth. Range 2*
Pour Into bottle. A. H. Llajhtfaot. PaataraJS and relishes in half-pint Jars and 379 were I. the name William: i). Morgan, Jacksonville. East. contalnlna: SO acre ,. -
H evp french dressing N, Walant Street unless you have a larger than average known. Florida Atty. for Plf.. S-4 41 S25in The aaseaamcnt of the said. property .
1 teaspssss smear' mal frees*. Church School IU: A. M.MarnlBf This will enable Unless. said Certificate shall baredeemed I under the aald certificate issued -
1 I fresh ripe pineappleI Worship tt.OO A. M.B family.: you accordingto law tha 'IIIf'I''r coi'HT. HH.i)romi was In the name of W. C.
cop sew cream to give :your family: flavor change properties described there In will Hlaney.Unless.
7:00 P M
T. U :
"" IN:\ HIAIM-
Mix ingredients well and chin lemons EvanlnsWornhfp' 8:00: P. M, frequently. and you will run less risk b. void to the highest bidder at SOICTY.. KLOHIIftl aid certificate shall ba
1 quart eold water S 00 P. M.He that the courthouse. door on the first CKHY.Corbert redeemed according to law, the -
thoroughly. Wednesday Warehip ; of letting dabs of this and go
Monday In the Month of July 1941. W. DeCoudre. Plaintiff described therein will ba
A lovely combination of citrus Fruit syrup .. taste FiRS jjftO&"T; : : begging. ; which I. the 6th, day of July A. D. vv. Ann Maria DeCoudrw. Denfan- sold property to the highest. .bidder at the

fruit Juices are included In this salad Pare pineapple remove eyes and .... d. C. P.well. raator Strive for as much variety as pos '1943. dant Casa No. 24IS courthouse door on tha first Monday .
124 N. Cknrefe Street sible. Calculate in terms of three Dated this 2nd., day of June A. ORDKIl OF PIIIILICATIOMAND In the month of July, 1941. 'I
guaranteed to keep :you cool: core. Run pieces of pineapple. Church School to'00 A. M. meals a day. You can use tomato ''n. 194:1.OFFliAt.! : NOTICE TO APPEAIl which la ha 6th day of July 1!.4J.:

Orange Ice Salad.Serves through food chopper. add water. Sunday :00 A. MYounar and ( HEAD A. J. Thomaa .STATIC OF FLOIUDA to: Ann Dated this 26th day of May 1944.OFFICIAL .
Peopla hlfol: P M: Juice for breakfast. luncheon I Clerk Circuit Court Ilradfor.iCounty. Maria. DeCoudre, whose residence. { SEAL) A. J. Thomas j I.,
( I) lemon and syrup to taste. Chill and 'EenlngWorship: 8:00 P Al.Wednesday dinner. Fruit juices of all kinds Florida. tf-4 41 -26 I I. 120 liana Street, Marion, Ohio. Clark of Circuit Court of Bradford I I

l cups orange Juice fill glasses to within a third of the WorshIp 1:00 P. 7.1.ST. will be welcome for breakfast as I --- You are required to appear on. County Florida." 6-2S 4t O.U ,

H cup lemon Juice tap and add a scoop of raspberry well as fruits put up in light syrup. "VOIKK' OF TKNTION: :' ..TOMfr.l.lVIKU July Court 6th,and 1941:cause In ,the wherein above plaintiff named I -

H !! MARK BPISCOPALRe Jellies and jams and marmaladesare : J1'U"rl'I'IOIIf NAMHNotice : seeks divorce: Hradfnrd: County IV rincviT: COIHT. flIttflFONi)
grapefruitI ice.Sandwiches *. Fred Y.rk_ Revturami deUcious with toast for breakfast In hereby given that the Telegraph shall publish this. OrderIn C'OIIVTV, FLOHIDAI IV 4.IIAN-
slice canned pineapple using unratloned food : N, Ckeirvk Street underpinned under the provIsions next four weekly Issue tKKY.Myrtle .

1 large orange for fillings are always a grand way Church School 10:00: A. M. too.Pickles. of Chapter IIlh" of Florida, Witness my hand and official Phillip. Plaintiff v..*, Harry
< Sunday Worship II:00 A. M. and spiced fruits win add Acts of i641. register with seal at Htarke. Morlda, this June K Phillip Defendant. Case No.
H cup sugar to take care of the refreshment Sunday Bvenlnsj 7:90 P M zest to both luncheon and dinner. the Clerk of the Circuit Court In 3rd 1941.Oi'FlCiAl.. 2412,

W cup water problem: Friday Evening; 7:30 P. M. Soup mixtures will be good for win- and for Bradford County Florida. ( BKAL) A. :J Thomas. ORDER 0... PUBLIfATION -
Holy Days 10:00: A. M. the fictitious name of Wonder Olft Aa clerk of said. Court. AND NOTICE, TO APHKAK .
Crated rind of 1 small orange Hostess Sandwiches. ter lunches. .Shop. under which wa are enaad William D Mortem. STATE: OF FLORIDA to. Harry ,
Cook sugar, water and grated rind mincemeat, packaged FIRST PRR9HTTERIANRe For dinner you: will need vegeta and dolns; tiualne at 114 Ho Florida. Att). for Plf. J..ck.onvlII"4 address !is do' 1 :
V pound .. ... .... IlradTord I bottIIIP.iolwh"w.: .
C.. A lire. P. bles. Your own Ingenuity in servo Thompson Mt. tttarke I Street,
together for 5 minutes after comingto H cup waterS 1UH North Ca.rry St. ing them will do much to make County Florida. IN ('I It<"I'IT (" ) -iiT. lilt 'IKOIID401V Greenville. South Carolina J '; ,1'.
a boll. Strain and cool. Add to ounces cream cheese Church School 10:00: A. M That the Muld builnoHN I. owned .IV. Fl.Ollllttl I'M I HAM'John' I I You are required to appear on I ,
lemon Sunday Worship 11:00 A. M them palatable and acceptable to and operated by the followInK Interested ....:11\" July 6th.. 1943 In the above named ) I "
and orange Juice and freeze. Whol. wheat bread Senior Cru.ade. 4:00; P. M the family. Fruits for dessert you r> C rtl lee: W. T. itudd, ju'chard Ourr Plaintiff. Tut"* Court and wherein plaintiff \

,Pack into a ring mold. Freeze until and water and Intermediate Youth *:00 P. M. will use in many ways so plan to Starke Fla. Laura flaIrs. Ourr, 1.J"hn< .seek call.01 .. County i,
arm! In Mix mincemeat Evening Worship 7:00 P. MT. and varied assortment At Htarko, Bradford County. FlorId Case No 2407.OItIEH Telegraph shall publish this Order I
then
unmold on lettuce. cook until all moisture is absorbed. have a large 11 thIs SXth day of May, 1144. OF PirnLrrATIOVAND lanc'l In next four weekly IMHUM. \
the center place a bowl filled with thin .' FDWAKO'e r-ATROLIC available for pies and puddings/ as ,.28 4t S.1I NOTICT3 TO APPKAIt Witness my hand and official

mayonnaise and around out- Cool. Cover n..... '1'!..... J. Marpfcr. Pester well as some jars of "fancy pack"to HTATK OF FLORIDA to: seal at Htarke, Florida" this June I
garnish slice of buttered Temple ...... serve plain.Tomatoes I'* THM ('OI'M rn"- "': ('OI''TY' Ourr. whose residence I I. t'nknuwn. lat !943.ICkFICIAL
er edge with sections of orange wheat bread Early Mans 9:00: A. M.DI..I. will be Jl IMiK. B It A IIKOIIII (OlMVi: You arerequired to appear on I I ( 8RAL) A. J Thomas
grapefruit and whole .. "....1.... undoubtedly Fl.Olllllt. IK IMKMItrK. Inly 6th.. 1941 In the above named Aa Clerk of laid. Court.J. .
pineapple. with cheese. softened Sunday Mass. 1:00: A. M. your largest output. They are the I. r.i KMlittv: of Court[ and cause wherein plaintiff: I S Harrison. Jacksonville.. Flor-
with cream .. Week Day Maw 8 00 A. M easiest of all vegetables to can and A. A. f.rlrrln. l>..-e.n.d. ,seka. divorce llrndford Cou nor Ia. Atty. for Plf 8-4 4t -281Th'A7'1&
ANP rKHtUlNS : -
CltKUlTOKS
TO AM.
-=
when it
comesto
and slightly salted \::: extremely versatile tIAVIVO CLAIMS OK I'K-

Lynn Says: with KIVG1LEY: I.AKK BAPTISTRev. serving them. MANtis AOAINBT HAIl) KMTATK
then H. M Tlllmaa. Pastor Catsup and chill sauce are splen. You and each of you are hereby '
01
mincemeat and another slice Services Every .Sunday did tomato products that you will notified and required to presentany FOR ME FOR ENERtJ.YI ,.
Salad cheese. S..hool-IO A. M. demands. which I
Pointers: Have all salad bread covered with cream Sunday Add chill sauce to mayonnaise claim and
too.
11 A. M.FCVDWR'MTAI. want. here
and Morning Worahlp- you, or either of you may
Ingredients as cold as possible. Cut in strips or fancy shapes for a plain lettuce salad. nicalnKt the estate of A. A. Urlffl.

ChilI salad bowl and salad platesto decorate. if desired with candied : COMPEL Moisten chopped .meat with catsup .......a..d. late of Bald of County Bradford to

assure absolute coolness to salads trui 'rA nEst .\rl.": Cor a sandwich.. County the C'ounty, Florida Judge at bin office In

Cheese Sandwich FUnn,. Worship Service each Lord's pay, the courthouse. of said County ..t8tark.

Ii A. sppl.t4t'lJO> .. Florida, within .farhl calendar .
To skin : o'rirF OP "
tomatoes: Hold tomatoon cream cheese S.hnol-3 P. MRvanaellatlc .
1 package nil> lIbiJ: : month rrom the. time .of the
poit,TAX
fork over flame and turn slowly a chopped olives ti.rvIia-t P. WTueeday M., In (Vraalr Bill I"> >, I MNOTICM ) 'iri publication of this. notice. I I'i
-Bible Study S P. demand shall ba Inwrilln. II
I for about 1 minute. Slip off chopped parsley j IS HKKRHY: (ltVJ. S. Each claim. or
3 pieces finely M'1..lon. Halt. That .... M I'ackhatn holder of 'FaC .. and shall data the placeof I
kins. fine Blbl Lee
bacon chopped Wedn..da-Chlldron' nd office addresa
3 strips cooked Certificate I numbered respectively resldvnca post j
.on and Choral Wo..k-4 P Al.Thurs4aYVtCtorY July claimant and shall ba sworn
of of the
To flute horseradish and IC issued 4lh day
cucumber. Peel length. 1 tablespoon prayer Urouc 82 his' agent or
A.. D. 193M. No. 174 .tinned. 8nd to by the claimant: ,
Wise' and run prongs of fork 1 tablespoon mayonnaise -3 P M of September A. D. 1940. Number his attorney, and any curb claim
day
together, add yr.1ay-EvsneIlsti0( M..ting-I of JulyA. or demand not ao filed shall ba
through lengthwise, then slice Mix all ingredients 110 l..U"d the 4th day
P. M. J5' issued the void
and spreadon D, 123. Number
cucumber thinly.To salt and pepper to taste of Uentemher A. Mamie E. Orlffl
2nd. day
rn.N
bread. CHt'RCH OF CHRI TOae Numbered 811. :334 34t. 3TT As. administratrix of the
sieve egg yolks or whites:. buttered mark Wnt nl laloa Baa .U.u..J the 2nd. day of Heptember Estate or A. A. ClrlffU deceased. \
ThIs
Is pretty for garnishing. Separate planning/ fatten A D 194ha./ lied came In my0flP ... t25..
difficult
having/ EO'.....".. _
yolks or whites from hard- Art you Brraaj B. Coaler and haa made applicationfor
meals wish poinU Stretchout/ yourLynn Bible Study 10:00: A. M. Tax D....d to be limited. thereon. I'* CIHCtlT fOlRT. HRADVOnn 'i
cooked eggs place in I small Chamber eon five you Morning Worship 11:00( A. M. S..11i. certificate embrace the foldescribed C'OI "1T1." F..OR'U'1 IIIA\-

IlCV' and rub through with wooden jnUti? her. .nelo.", a Evenln Worship 1:30: P. M iowinC properties In th. cF It V.
IIIri.- Adeline Carl
Plaintiff va
il 8 00 P. M. State 8rhults.
en Mlp yoU envelope for Bible Study Wednesday : bounty of Bradford. of FlorldN"v4t0o"fWNEK -
spoon be Defendant. Case No.
on salads *"* .kJmptltl. ..II4tltlnul'd A. Schulti
1Shed. r.ply in cii?. 01 her as W.er"N'f1Gr' COM jiuirrroo'P ci. lI.n.ONpe.C.ta" ;: \; II..... II Twp. 7 8. R. 2< *
To Un in... ,ZII South D. ( 21 contalnlne 80 Acre. more or ORDER OF PUBLICATION P"'JIttI-CoIa| | Company. Lone Island City N. T.
decorate lettuce: Dip edges 'IIIOUo .....? Lake, 44 Sf". W .* B Oa,. lea.! E'r I. embraced under eald Certl- AND NOTICE TO APPEAK j
I in paprika. ptin45 S".... Chie..o. Evannell.tlc "Hvrvlces' every Sun- ftcat. No. 13 !STATE! : OF FLORIDA to. CarlA Franchise Bottler: Pepsi-Cola Bottling Co., of Jacksonville 't. i
Howper UDJoa. 15 Twp Schultl whose ad'I res* l. co| The
n.laased br Western lay night 7.: Lot :JS lnVI'oodlmwn Seo.
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FRIDAY, JC
BRADFORD COUNTY I'Et.EORAPn. STAHKE. FLORIDA E It, DI


KIOHT No. 3 of Bradford County CLASSIFIED
person wants to take second District used ADSPORTO
CROSS wnlch they have actually
RED choice, he may say rashun.I
born,in Georgia educated ever since for free school purposes

r;:; -APPEAL- in was Georgia and lived in Georgia as the Reno colored school. RICO potato vines for WANTED
waslost
Kathleen Norxis Says : until about 10 years ago when The deed of conveyance sale-Wesley Crews, Rt. 1. Box Listings on apartments'
rolnmw "by. ear sad aboat"fh recorded. Henceon ,
A ll.rt t...>.. Work !. !Stark! I decided to become a Florida and never trustees 3, Lawtey. 6-4 3tp home for rent. !10001It"d JJj
Prepared by staff Mcrobcra. Cracker. I always, said rash-un June :3, 1943 the present miles of Starke
alongwith the other Goober of the Presbyterian Church FOR SALE-porto Rico potato 119 East Call
Home
When Jolmny Comes Red Cross Staff Assistants answered Grabblers by whom I was surrounded F A. Scott C. A. Knight and vines.-O. D. Kersey, 1 112| ml. W. T. CLUTE Stl'Oft
deedto
Bull SJ'ndlcate.-WNU r..turo."Ty the call of the local ration- until I became a "school K G. Duncanmade a new __ Fast of Starke near Roard 261. Realtor

board for volunteers to help the keeper" and 'reanj,buckled downto the present school trustees Itp. LOST-Light red jersey
and
public In filling out the new study in away that I never S. A. Weldon, K. G. Duncan deed was 7 yrs. old dehorned; and cow btu,,

ration forma. A special desk had before. Twaa then I learned Orle A Wigginswhich' LOST-Gold-rimmed bl-focal eye calf about 4 mo old. '

was set up for this purpose and what Mr. Webster says about duly recorded on the books on glasses. Reward for return to been gone 5 or 6 week..,.j 7J

/h the army wives acting: as staff many worda that I had been mis- June 7.Send. W. P. Smith or to Bradford "' reward. Notify A. Dew!'

r assistants gladly gave their time pronouncing.The County Telegraph. It Rt. 2, Box 216 Starke 8U" .

and ability to this work. Our "radio man" Is correct in CigarettesTo ,

. ; thanks again to Ufa army wife his pronunciation of ration, but Soldiers AbroadThe FOR SALE-Two good brood LOST One light red btt,

t staff assistant. She is of Inval- he gives me a pain not In the sows and 18 pigs (shoals) at from New River, Marked ,

7I uable help in this busy war-time pit of my stomach but in the Florida and Ritz Theatresand farm near Hellbronn Springs.N. underbit staplefo.k undo

r town and county. main office of my nervous system The Bowldrome local amuse D. Waln rlght. Itp branded U. Will pay to Ioca

I, Help Wanted: Knitters for when he says "Mr, Churchill the her.-C. C. .Wynn, 1IaJu
; : by
Volun- enterprises operated
sweaters. ment
army and navy Fla.
g arrived safely. It Is refreshingto FOR SALE-24-baaa piano accor-
e.Ut
I sent a
services at the USO- Manassa family recently
teer your
and music
hear a commentator now dion with complete set
band of 20,000 clgarets to American LOST-Ladles
YWCA. Materials are on gift Brown
then, say "arrived safe It is lessons.-Apply Methodist parsonage leaf
trained Instructors will help soldiers on foreign duty. purse containing
and
just aa incorrect to say the man 120 N. Church. ltp ration bnJ
Mrs. T. F. Grady owner of the
oclal'securlty
Volunteer today card
,
you. birth
arrived safely as to say a rose 1t.flcate. /1
I The Brooker production rooms smells sweetly, the girl looks Florida and Ritz received a letter STOLEN-Child's peaal (auto) Finder pleaj. Ids

r r s: ti sent in a large box of finished daintily, or Ice feels coldly. this week from the the tobacco car newly painted red and to Luella Welt, 305: w ]Jla4a!

garments this week. The ladles Now Mr. Harrell. I hope I company sponsoring "Entire-gift trimmed in gray. Was taken St.SEE. l 2
lea which stated that:
of Brooker are doing a magnificent night from in front of
Friday
have taken the out of
pain your
ly aside from the pleasure the T. H. HUNTER
Job in their productionroom. Mrs. D. P. Carpenter's home. Corp
stomach and I give, leave to
you men at the front will derive from Temple and Pratt, for tai
.
to Tom Long'Jr. ,
come back at me and show me It belonged
;?; smoking the clgarets, there Is ing and Repairing. Phon
Another First Aid course was and anybody knowing anythingof
where I'm wrongn., objecting to another thing that Is of major
.
21. girls Its whereabouts please, no. 8-H''
Eight
completed May "He arrived safely. But perhapsyou Importance. This is the fact that
'
were in the class, taught by Miss agree with me. Here ends the men who receive these smokes tify Mrs. T. T. Long. Starke.ltp WANTED-Old phonogrsph

Sara Reed. In line with the Red our lesson in English. Ha! Ha! will get a real thrill out of FOR RENT-2 galvanized storage ore: 3c per lb. NonVtTI

y Cross aim of having at least one -Mrs. J. D. Overstreet.A knowing that the folks back home houses near Farmers' MarketR. paper. Phone 179, Pal 1111I
person in each family trained In ( former Georgia Goober about them." Co., Starke, Fla.
are thinking Starke.
A. Newsome Itp
First Aid and Home Nursing, Grabbler.)
, Bradford County Is showing In- HOG FOUND-Owner may iii
FOR SALE-2 large oil paintings,
ereat. Instructors are ready to Father's Chances Variety ProgramA pastoral scenes with gcld-leaf by describing, paying his (
Home and for this advertiamlCook's ]
J > begin a Nursing course 431-Elt
S7A'Ll whenever a class can be organized. 17 Out Of 100A variety show will be givenat frames. $30 each. Box Store. 6.4 4tp $S.

With the present shortage of the NCCS-USO from 4 to :5 FOR SALE-Jersey milk cow

doctor and nurses In Bradford draft-age father's chances o'cloclc: Sunday afternoon by 'the giving 2 gallons a day very IF YOU WOULD BUY OR S
of inducted 66th Division. The public Is Invited milk cows stock cows, beef a']
County you will do well to give being into the armed rich milk. Second calf. Eddie

his tome thought and phone 35 to forces before next year appearto to attend. Norman, Stevens. Pecan Grove, tie, stock bulls or hogs, get
volunteer for Home Nursing If be about 17 'but of 100. Starke. Itp touch with J. D. Odom, jil,
make such a fuss over m. 91 Horn that it makes me feel .mbo"IU..I we at home do not keep well and And the 'chances next year New Mail CarrierS Box 247 Starke; Box 204 ULI
f haven't dan anything that I tuatn't told to do. I haven don anything
yet 481
City; Telephone Lake CItJ
RENTPermanentcouple
TO
healthy, our boys at the front may be even lower unless heavy WANTED
heroic or dramatic. M. Mott, of Brooker former furnished Auction market ]
will have won an empty victory. casualties require unexpectedly desires apart every Tundij
fif By KATHLEEN NORRIS Give them the assurance of coming large replacements. driver of the Brooker school bus ment in Starke. ",No children Lake City 2:30; everyday Th

is a letter from a NO HEROICS, PLEASE home to their loved ones Farmer .fathers .generally will was the successful bidder foe the or pets., Box 431-D'Starke. Itp Palatka. 2PM. 1

HERE An American ,Don't be too indulgent when knowing that every care has been .be,deferred fbr'."!>"occupational T position of "M ail Messenger"with

v that soldier-boy ton of your taken of their families while they 'son, but the outlook for others the local postoffice. He also
been
who has t '
comet homo on leave! An over are fighting. First Aid and Home sums Up like this on: the bask of takes care of special delivery EVERY' BRANCH OF

in'uniform for fourteen supply of welcome becomes Nursing give you some feeling of latest War Manpower Commissionand mall.

months, without ever leavinghis tiresome to the extreme. The security until other help can ar- Selective Service figures:

own country. He was for average man it embarrassedwhen rive. Volunteer today Drafting:those with children 3nJtLranCeH.

eight months in Alaska was hit family relatives, A course in Staff Assistants born before laat Sept. 13: is not

sent to officers' training campin friends and even chance acquaintances will begin shortly. If you have expected to begin before Aug. 1,

the middle west six months make a great fuss an army wife in your home ask and even if it starts then it Is un-
her to phone 33: chapter head- likely to become general and
has since been moved to over him. Few men in service i
ago;
quarters, for further information.As heavy for another month at least. r
an air base in Florida.Duringthat look upon themselves as heroes There "million
time goes on and the are nearly 6
time Andy has been home -and they don't scant weather gets warmer we are aptto draft-age (non-farm) fathers., C. WALL

for three leaves, and now he others to take that attitude. begin thinking of letting up only about 4 million of them at

expects a fourth leave before They know they have a job to for the summer. In our nation's most could be expected to be

finally assigned. do and they would toonrr capitol In Africa, on Attu and physically acceptableand armed AgencyConstant
being
..I I
home skip the heroin. Another In the Pacific our boys are not services will take only about a
"I wish the family at
warning: A gloom-laden un- slowing down. On the contrary million and a half men In all be- Service Over 50 Years
would get onto the fact that happy sounding letter to a boyin they are speeding up! Think of tween Aug. 1 and Jan. I, 1944.

I'm not a hero, and that my service it worse than no letter that on Thursday afternoon when Toward making up this million ,

tastes haven't changed in' all at all. It shouldn't be necessary the walk ,to the production room and a half the services get around Please Phone 116

these months," writes Andy. "It to force yourself be seems long and hot. Think of it 70,000 of the 100,000 becoming

would be ridiculous to say that I cheerful in writing. And fill when a First Aid Class or Home 18 years old each month, and --.------ ........ ---_._- -
don't look forward to leave becauseI ydur letters with even unimportant Nursing demonstration seems awfully should net 350,000: from thte

love my home and those monthsin about the hometown strenuous. Back up our armed source from August on, not count-
news
Alaska were the longest and dull- forces by arming yourselveswith Ing the youths past 18 who were

est I ever lived through. But they the proper knowledge and deferred to the end of the school

make such a fuss over me at borne tools here on the home front. year.

that It makes me feel embarrassed; leave, if I got the sweater Mom DO YOUR PART! VOLUN- At least 150,000 more Inductees

I haven't done anything yet thatI made me the cards, cigarettes candy TEER FOR VICTORY by helping will come from the ranks of

wasn't told to do; I haven't done soap. It Is darned tiresome say the Red CiossTHE GREATEST !single or childless married men

anything heroic or dramaUc. Mom ing ';you bet I did, and it went rightto MOTHER IN THE WORLD! especially as occupational defer-

was terribly pleased when I was the spot or 'it was Just whatI ments expire for, men 'in that
sent to officers' training, but so were needed.' Then some of then old class
and the
drafting of
a lot of other fellow., and it isn't girls grin and say 'I'll bet some of Increases fathers 1 1i
to
pressure
get men
anything to get chesty about. the boys envy you. Andy' and over Letter BQXMacclenny without
children of
out the
shops
"Next month I'll probably be sent and over again I grin back and .ay. and Into
overseas, and if I am I'll certainly 'And howl'! uniform.
do best to show bow ready Iam he With 000,000 or more Inductees
my "If you knew my folk., saysin Fla.
to fight But meanwhile why to available from other classes, only
"I'd ask
conclusion you go June 1, 1943 T+
>
don't they let me alone have a talk with them betora I get Dear Gen one million fathers at most will I it fns awae
them that what I : be needed In the ranks, although ,
Over-8opplr of Welcome. horn, and tell
StableDays"
article
The on "Livery ,
'"Look" the letter continues youthfully want is a little neglect! Issue of 28 perhaps twice asr many may be a ro sp
In May
"The whole family gathers Is It possIble that In our anxietyto your called for physical.,examinations. r
and I would
'round the minute I get horn, and show these boy. how deeply we was quite interesting The outlook for 1944 naturally 4 e
like to add that one of the owners
they listen to every word I say as appreciate what they are doing for is less certain but if 15O.OOO men
if it was GospeL Aunts and uncles us. how eager w* ara to make them of the livery stable mentionedwas monthly would provide enough replacements ? ; lei
that X didn't saa three times a year happy w* are In danger of fussing a Mr. Middleton, (I do not recall for casualties on and

come in to meals. People whose them into a state of Impatience and hla initials). He was a Can off the battlefields fair allowance

houses I never dined in, people I irritation 1Another adian and a hustler. In the eyes of some mili-

actually don't like, telephone Mom soldier sent me from Also the upper story was used tary menthe draft picture would

and ask if Andy will come to dinner Honolulu two letters from bom*. as an armory for the Bradford fill out like this:

and exactly what I'd like. My aunt These were written by a widowed County Guards and as a dance To meet the 12-month require 'c s w

brings in doughnuts and cookies ev- mother and a ;young married slater. hall. There were many gay social ment of 1,800,000 men, there ,

ery day. 'the kind you always were Instead of sending Gordon as intelligent events in this hall over the stable. should be about 850,000 youths 4b I

crazy about dearie. My sister mothers and sisters do. Music was furnished by Mrs. R. newly turned 18 plus a sizeable @ I r A e ,. i
makes batches of fudge and expects brief cheerful notes with all the good S. Fernadez, A. D. Williamson group of childless men with oc-

'i me to be eating It practically all news they could muster and a Jokeor agent then for the Seaboard cupational deferments expiring

the time. I tell Mom some silly thing two put in, these two women Avery and Ned Powell and Bert from week to week leavinggap a

about army meals or something wrote extensively of each other's Wall. of less than one million to be

and aha wants me to repeat it to health. Helen was having another Starke in those days was reallya made up by fathers.In I'
everyone; 'tell them about that time baby and considering the dangerous :
social town and Us dances
very addition
taken
women
you were shelling peas' 'tall them Illness and disappointment she went and other social activities were the services In by This man water
was
what the mess-aergeant said about through when last she expected' known for miles around. cqunt as much toward taught not to drink
making tip,the total
doing the dishes.' baby. Mama was miserable with ,, num-
your I have thought many time of ber as do men, and with
"Evenings are the worst. Dad anxiety about It Carroll might till commanding
a reunion or the old Company
won't let sister or brother called at any time so they were officers calling for more
younger
out of my the house while I'm there living with Mama and Mama and from Starke In the Spanish- Waaca. Waves and Spars aa the DRINKING WATER IS SCARCE la North pork sausage coffee, bouillon malted milk
could crying American War known aa the women prove their Africa And what. there U, Is likely to tablets biscuits -
and my other sister comes over with Helen "wish they stop capabilities ,cbocoUt,and chewing gum
her husband and more fudge and but really, with everything so hor Bradford County Tiger-Cats-officered the; number of women In uniforms b* bad. .' aU in a 35-ounc pack. -

often my cousin and his wife com rible. It was impouible" by E. S. Matthews Captain !U expected to grow steadily. So before soldiers '\
oar landed
in; they live next door. They all Mama's sacro-illac trouble had ; A. V Long 1st Lieut; G. C. there they Sounds like somebody ,was taking pre r

want to sit around in a ring and started up all over again: she had Livingston, 2nd Lieut; and Julius Lawtey MethodistThe were weaned away (rom wacer. A dash of good care of our boys, doe.a'llel And that's

make much of me; Mom picks up slipped on the cellar stairs; they'd Adams Top Sarg. iodine in their drinking water served the right. American soldiers are the beu lad'

everything I say and repeats It to had no help that winter and she The company was made up of Rev. Herbert Hazzard. double purpose of disinfecting it, and making be.t- quipp d. bt-card.for' In the worldsit

the others; I'm not allowed any and Helen had to do everything. men from all sections of Brad pastor announces the following taste awful. p But keeping takes money'
more to have the kind of evening I Mama was limping around again, ford and Alachua Counties and services for them that way
Sunday:
and was line of the ', Sunday By the time the boys landed la Africa So much money, that to help pay for it,etery
used to like. I mean radio a but now poor Helen's "hour of peril"was a body men- School 10 A. M. Momtng tror- they'd
book,' and maybe a movie or going close. Carroll was having his writer being of that number. ship 11 A. M.. ,. sermon subject lost all last for.water except in safe, prepared one of us must AMM at least 10% of his income

around with some boY'1 know. And bad sinus trouble and that might Many of the 104 men still live in "Father's Day". Youth Fellow drinks.Th lo Uncle I Sara through War Doada-

then when I've got to go they all save his being taken. The weatherwas Starke or Bradford. Arch Johns ,ship 7 p M. Evening Worship ( War Bonds are a swell Investment They

'cry for two days; gosh, you can't terribly wet Mama had taken Tom Moore' and many others. 8:30 p M.. subject "Our Prospects faToclt prepared drink Is lemonade f pay you back $4 for *3. Save at !least
for but the others because it The mustered In Field Ratloa K provides I it every
Mom that
blame down Gordy's picture company was at : for A New Year." Bring loog with veal. IO% ot S. Wat Bond*
don't do anything to buck her up.* broke her heart to see it. "Well Tampa in May 1898 aa Co. M. : your father with you to church every paycheck with U.

1..... Forced Appreciation. this is an awful war and,wa will First Fla. Vol. Inft. And musteredout Sunday.. .

Thera are two other fellows at be glad when it was over." Mama of the U. S. Service at Tallahassee j- '

camp who told me they left home wrote. "But that is not likely to be In December 1898. SAVE WITH U.S. WAR BONDS'o
three days before their leave was up soon. There is no news Town.is Very truly yours Long Lost Deed

because they were fed and petted very quiet Please be careful about Tate Powell. 'Has Been'ReplacedOn EVERYBODY..EVERY AT LEAST IOl
and quoted too much" the letter catching colds as w* have" all had -- PAYDAY... ; I

I goes on. "On of them had ten days them. Lovingly Mama. Lawtey Fla., Oct. 23, 1939 Mr. and Mrs. ,
I on his first leave and his mother- That's a real letter and I hop Dear Mr Matthews: Q. C. Livingston deeded to J'I -

;, he's an only child-took him out to i' the woman who wrote it chances to A Florida Cracker Stepson, M. Truby J. W. Andrew, Sr andJ. ,

dinner with people b*hardly knew sea this article. If you know any Mr. L. J. Harrell wants to know M. Mitchell, trustees of the
of the ten nights. tIe said mother who is capable of writing ThIs advertisement
everyone where Southern folka get the idea First Presbyterian Church of Is a contrlbudoa
that sort of thing to an absent homesick ? Am.rica'out War by
she liked it; lots of them were peo- effort
that ration Is Block 20
\ pronounced ray- Starke Lots 1 and 4 of
it out and
hadn't known at all befor boy you might cut
pie she ahun. I hasten to reply that of the Livingston. Truby & Co.'.
We musn't do
Th. other one says he always gets mail it to her. any. ED PRINCE-STARK
sick at borne, and so dog-tired h* thing when the boys are far away they get it from no leIS person Subdivision. -BLAI 1DING TAlLOOpposIte
age than Mr Noah Webster. He The duly acting under
has to go to a hotel for a few days except to cheer them send them trustees
before h* can come back to camp. good news and assur them that'w* says that the verb U always ray- such trust heretofore on or about Park Theatre Florida

','1 think M people asked m*. last are with them heart and soul. shun In the case of the noun Jan. 1, 1930. sold the property to Starke
ray-shun la preferable, but, if a the school trustees of Tax School
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