Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: September 3, 1943
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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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Recreation Trading, Center and ; COUNTY TELEG'RAPR Sw 7E t J 1 I fil,'


for Camp Blandins\ This ;; j

Official County Publication Established In 1877 I ISTARKE.

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School City Audit I 3rd WAR LOAN DRIVE Green Protests

ursery Now Under WayRoy Pecan Ceiling BBS Begins

C. Purvie, Gainesville certifIed ; l OPENS' SEPT. 9 ....
Assured Strong protest against a pro-
s ; public accountant began the ducer's .ceiling price on Florida New Fall Term
audit of
the books of the City pecans has been made to Washington
Clerk on Thursday August 26. County Quota Set At $197,422 OPA officials by Congressman \

Soon He Is being assisted by J. c. Lex Creen. Monday Morning
Start Ward, also of Gainesville .
lo : and the "The pecan'crop In Florida this

audit will cover the period from. Americans must buy $1 I 5,000,000,000{ worth of War Bonds from season Is extremely light the
mothers, who have Oct 1, 1941 to Oct. 1, 1943. Congressman a I d, "Producer's The 19.3... term of BHS will

Employed the of 2 He will establish the amountof September 930. OPA ceiling price Is not warranted .get under way Monday. Sept. 8,

Ihlldren between age uncollectable taxes back to Floridians must: buy 17,000,000 of this total. and such action by OPA with many new faces of,',the faculty
d I 8 years, will be glad to know 1930, which appears to be a very officials would be against the public few boys In the senior class

lot the stars: Lanham Nursery- mall amount, Mr. Purvis said Bradford County must invest 197422.00 in War Bonds during Interest and against the war slim football material (ins; other I

Ldergarien I wUl open soon la this week. The audit was orIginally this drive. effort. Owing to the short yield evidences of war timeliving.! :

Bradford High School build- planned to go farther back, high labor costs and other adverse The first assembly for grades '
Telegraphic advices have but that would have been. "a That is our quota and it mans'"cash"not: face value. conditions which have faced 7 to 12, Inclusive will be held in 1 ,

I.. received from the Washing back-breaking and purse- reaklng, The War Finance Committee' the U. S. Treasury for Bradford the producers this season, the the auditorium at 9 o'clock Mon- \
office of Congressman Lex: Job" and would have consumed small crop has cost the, producer day when the Rev. O. C. Powell I
I-een B as follows: much time, it was said. County will be organized and informed of its work at a conferenceto even more than the larger cropsof will address the students and conduct

"Am glad to advise that the be held in the courthouse here Friday afternoon Sept. 3, at 2 P. M. former seasons.c The valve of the devotional. i ,
this Is now greater than the
has just given a green crop Students will be assigned to 1
resident Committee Plans This will be conducted Karl
by Lehmann executive
ht to Bradford County's Nur- meeting value of any former crop. The rooms and will check out booksIn

ry School project ,,S-M-95: for manager of the Florida War Finance Committee and he urges a full actual value per pound as wellas their respective home rooms
the cost per pound is far except grades 10, 11 and 12, who I
In the maintenance and
ration;stance of two war nurseries fo rpreschool Pulpwood DriveThe attendance of Victory Fund and War Savings Committee workers. greater than that of any other will check'out books In the of

children, and two "This is the most vital meeting be held in your county this year in would recent season.result should Serious the Injury OPA; fice.School will begin each morning }.

Ige WId children care centers at an estimated for ,83: school coat newly-formed Pulpwood connection with financing the'war' effort," Mr. Lehman stated. place a ceiling price." at 9 A.' M. and will be dismissed '

Committee, created to cooperate at 2:40: P. M. The noon hour ,
If 17,278 with Federal expen- Everyone who is interested in seeing' Bradford County over '"
In the U. s. Victory Pulpwood go will be from 12:00: to 1240.: ,,
limre The in local the project amount must of $9,185.match: Campaign to meet the 2500.000 the top in the Third War Loan Drive should attend the meeting in the Stores To Close The cafeteria will not be open '

cord shortage In the 27 pulpwood- Monday since the staff will need ,I
e Federal appropriation and courthouse this afternoon. .
producing states Is actively under, one day to get ready for serving J
11 enable b done fees by for the services charging ren-of: way In Bradford County. At its Bradford's quota in the, 2nd;, LoanDrive was 169000. It was On Labor Day students. Further Information .j ,

first meeting In the office of concerning the cafeteria will be "
|ered the children. The amount successfully reached.
County Agent L. T. Dyer at 3 given during the first assembly."All .

will this fee also will the be time named,of opening later I, o'clock last Friday afternoon It' The new quota of $197,422 must be reached also. Moot of Starke's bu lneas houses students, entering school '

i ; I made some far-reaching plans, "" "" will be closed all day Labor Day, for the first time must be five a
of the staff. The
d the personnel "
which include an intensive advertising Monday Sept. 9, but will not take years and nine months of age on {
hool will be under the control campaign ao that everyone the usual. Thursday half-holiday or before the day scnool opens"
To On
Income Tax 7
t Dr W. E. Mlddleton County Payers 'GefHelp September
Smith stated.
Principal FosterkShl
erlntendcnt of Public Instruction may know the serious shortage next week, according to an announcement
of this strategic material In by N. Sternber Parents must present satisfactory -
and there will be a Super- the winning of the war. Under of In- deputy collectors have tax which took Local groceries will be closed proof as to birth certificates
\ and at least two teachers John L. Fahs, Collector requested ing effect on
t\n i maid>t and a cook to begin with, the' leadership of Rev. O. C. ternal Revenue, has announcedthat taxpayers to be sure and bring il July 1, 1943. In most cases the all day Monday but will not take statements from attending physician
Powell, the campaign will be their usual half-holiday on, Wednesday or nurse, or any other acceptable
|nd increase In number as needed. every possible assistance will this Information with them: whenrequestl.n amount can be arrived at by tak-
proof'al be necessary -
publicized through the churches, to assistance: the withheld from of next week. may
There will be one school for be given to taxpayers required ing amount any
and one for colored chll- schools, moving picture theatres, file a declaration of estimated tax 1. Kstlm: t d Victory Tax: With- one payroll period and multiplying In an advertisement appearing to establish the age of the
thlte of working mothers. It Is Senior and Junior Woman's Clubs on or before September 15. A held. This ls the\ :S percent tax this by the number of such' In this Issue of the Telegraph,, child. This does not apply to
Club, American Legion five leading Starke groceries an children who have been previously
that within a Rotary representative of the Internal which has been withheld fromwages payroll periods occurring duringthe
ort ought time the perhaps advantages of the and other organizations. Revenue Office will be at the betweenJanuary 1 and six months period from July nounce that they will continuethe other accepted schools by ,the" Mr.first Smith grade con of I

ichools will be open to other chll- A huge parade is planned for Bradford County Courthouse July 1, 1943. If the taxpayer has 1, ,1943 to December 31, 1943. practice of Wednesday half- cluded. '
the school and other participants 7 from 8:30: to not' kept a record of these holidays through the
bren there Is much Tuesday Sept., ,
also, since Persona who do not know how of the The BHS faculty will be com-
within short time with the permission assist those who amounts or has not retaIned'hispay year.Modern
a 5:00 P. M., to '
this line
pcusilon along much Is being withheld from their prised of the following teachers:
lie leaders of the Child Protection and cooperation of Prin need help.Taxpayers. check vouchers showing the Foster Sht Smith, principal; Miss
Program. However, at the cipal Foster Shi Smith, stressingthe are advised however amounts. It will be necessary for current wages should secure this Minstrel I I Pearl Lewis Miss Madge' Mid- z

eat Mime! they"will 'be, open war-time'' need for pulpwood. that in order te>' complete this him to secure ,this information Information from their employer, Score Hit Here dleton. Mrs. N. N. Prevail. Mrs.

1111 to children of working A motorcade will probably go to declaration they must have certain from his employer. This Information 3, Copy of Your/ Income Tan J. W. Browaiee Mrs. K. C. Rltch

others. Lake City on September 21, wherean information that has not been Is not available at the Return ((1040 or 1040A) Filed, for, An ,,appreciative audience of Mrs. Susie\Moorer Mrs.: Ernestine "
Army caravan, demonstratingrthftVffa1 required, ,in .the preparation Office ofUt e.poMector! of Internal -
1 'The Lanham echQOtj ri. 4dfUo'IIeepln"th }\ win heretofore ? Revenu.:0 1V42. several hundred service men their McRae. Mrs S. L.,; Johnson Mrs.
held -'bf' pulpwdod; of Income Tax wives, and civilians of the com- Ethel Mrs. CiBrine Warren -
{ child from
e harm.In 4. Record. of Biggs.
2. Estimated Income Tax With Payment Dari -
make a stop on Its 4,200-mile following la an outline return.'j
munity enjoyed a performance of I Mrs. Lucile Brown Mrs. Lois
provides It I with lunch and '
held.. This Is the new withhold- lone 1943 1948 '
Southern on Income Tax
itinerary through information required i the
strels In
upper (where necessary), looks I the Modern M I n Mayes Mrs. W. B. Sewell. Mrs.
:er Its health provides a story states. auditorium of the USO-YWCA Willie Mae Demon Mrs. Kate

our rest periods play periods Under the leadership of L. T. Four GraduatedIn In Jap Prison Call Street Loses Sunday afternoon at B o'clock Sheppard Mrs. R. F. Demorest.

Bd actually fits the child for Dyer as chairman of the Advisory The entertainment was under Mrs. Dorcas Carver Mrs. Eva ', I
> elementary school. The chlljdren Committee the pulpwood Motor CorpsFour Two BusinessmenTwo joint sponsorship of the four Anderson Mrs. Ruble Mae Per- \

will be ,Into two specialists named above and USO Clubs and the NCCS Clubof kins. Mrs. 'Julius Thorn Mrs. :
having com- more young married business -
be named later will local women Jacksonville Thelma Mrs Josephine d
and others to Cooper ,
ups-those from 2 to B
t1oee! from 5 to- 8 years of age make definite plans to go out pleted all requirements and pasted -. Call St.men will soon. be lost to ,The Modern Minstrels are a Tucker, Mrs T. H. Osborne. 'Mrs. :

eby having not only a nur- and actually get the pulpwood. the necessary tests, were Inducted h group of boys and girls who attend Alice Evans A. W. Bates Mrs
Paul Hudgins, son-in-law of the Immaculate Conception Rosa Cook Miss Mae Herlong
school Those present at the meeting into the Red Cross Motor
ry but a. kindergarten as
Mr. and Mrs Louis W. Koch and
chairman Parochial School In Jacksonvilleand Mrs. Blanchard Law.
'alt H. A. Carlton ; N
: ex-
L. vice-chairman; L. D. Corps in special graduating an employe la Koch's Drug Store for the past three months Mrs.,Fay Lawley will be secretary ,
T. ,
Mrs, Junlus Smith, Chairman Dyer field representative of ercises held in the office of Fr.'i: here since its opening several I have entertained nearly 10.0OO to the principal and Mrs. t

t the Child Care Committee of Vlnlng the Container Corp oration of County Judge E., K. Ferryman, I years ago volunteered fo'r serviceat soldiers and sailors In various Mabel Wall will be county musicleacher ,

be Bradford County D e f e nee America, Fernandina; J. K. Douglas Chairman of the Bradford County l,$,', 1 Camp Bland Ing on August 25 camps and bases t h r o u ghout I I'I'I,
uncll, has called for a meeting the x and was assigned to the Marine North Florida and South Georgia.The James Hobbs of the Clay-Brad "
broker for the American Red &' II!
t the members of all the various pulpwood &' Pulpwood Chapter of Corps.; He was sworn in at Orlando performers are: Lens, Lillle ford County Health Unit staff
committees of the Child Care Pro- National Turpentine and the Container Cross Tuesday afternoon at 4 o'- last Friday and will reportto and Loraine Atter Philip and will coach football if there U j

gr&n in the Recreation Rooms Corporation Fernandlna;*'Lester Kite, clock. ,,, kgb' Parris Island S. C. on Sept George Cratem Jr., Nellie Debs sufficient material to put a teamIn
ot Corp., I
the Methodist Church Monday 10. He had formerly been a Cornelia .
wood producer for Rayonler Inc., Those completing the courseand i Carmelita De Pasquale the field.Knight "
at 8
o'clock P. M member of the Marine Reserve.
M. M. Mat chett receiving their diplomas were Grimm Billy Jones, Peggy Lee, t
In the meantime those interested pulpwood producer for the Container Miss Sara Reed Miss Della Rosen His wife and baby daughter will Frieda Malney Thomas Mares, Sells LotsCol. a

in sending their children Corp., and the Rev. G. C. berg, Mrs T. H. Osborne and remain in Starke with the Kochs. Helen and Bert Mead Mary Mur-

I'D this school will please get in : Powell pastor of the local Methodist Mrs. Glen Duke. Miss Reed was Hy Carlton of the Columbia Illo and Dick Rappe. and Mrs. D. S. Knight recently 1

[touch with Mrs. Smith by phonIng Church. The next meetingof appointed Captain of the Starke Military Distributors also decidedto The two adults In the cast : sold two pieces of property

l 140-J or 28. or Dr. Mlddleton' the Committee will be held at Corps This group compose the "get in while the water I is were Tony Mallem who Is responsible about two miles north of Starke. I !.

at <8 or 67. Mr. Dyer's office Tuesday afternoon nucleus for a much larger organ- fine" and while a fellow can still for the training of the Alfred Lee bougbt one lot on

Sept. 7, at 3 o'clock. All ization which It Is hoped will "more or less" choose his branchof :. youngsters and who acted as Interlocutor Road 13. and Is already building
service. He''was inducted at William Noltlng, thereon. '
Interested in the problemof soon be established in Starke. : and a small residence
who are Standing on August 25: and will at the piano. also sold a house
At The are invited to the Both men and women are eligible II who accompanied Col. Knight
Library pulpwood for membership in the Motor Sgt. Wm. F (Bill) Oodwln Jr., enter active service on Sept. 16, Mr, Noltlng was formerly a professional and 10 acres of cleared farmland

ASSIGNM E N T TO NOWHERE meeting. Corps They must be citizens of who has been a Jap prisoner following the customary three- pianist and his playing about a mile and a half

: THE BATTLE FOR the United States furnish two since Wake Island has been heard week furlough. He and his wife did much to keep up the lively north of town, and a quarter of anile I

TUNISIA by Lowell Bennett, Negro SubdivisionAll character references, and be between and "would like to enjoyed a 10-day vacation in tempo displayed throughout the west of Road 13. to Mr. and t')
from again
(11(:- 3)) correspondent, who witnessed Sold Out 20 and :SO years of age. Miami recently, and he left performance. In spite of his Mrs Frank' ,Bryant. The Bryants
the first In this duties they mustfurr4eh have some tobacco. Thursday for a few days' visit position ai assistant manager of hve. In turn already sold the
war between American clash and Fred F. Stump's 80-acre Negro For regular doctor's certificate of His, mother, Mrs. W. F. Godwin with home folks In New York. the Seminole Hotel In Jacksonville property to Carl Cook. Col.
German ground forces flew subdivision two miles northwest normal health with other require- 318 N. Cherry St.,, last week received His wife assisted by her parents, which keeps him exceedingly Knight stated y.sterday.Reeognition .

east with American paratroops of Starke, 'between the Raiford ments for emergency or reserve a,, brief undated lett.rfrom Mr and Mrs. AlvIn Weinstein busy he has served as pianist at
church and will operate the business while of the group.
end saw them road and the Negro perform a every performance Classes
capture a landIng duties. They must her son' ,' written from the
entirely he Is .
field. In the, November school house has been of SO hours of service away.Cemetery
minimum Prisoner and
War Camp
90 days Praises Red Cross Classes
last Aircraft Recognition
race for Tunis he actually; ,got sold out within the For detailed Information -
within eight miles of thatnear W. T. Clute realtor who handledthe per .year.see Miss Sara Riled at, the stating: "Received two of your CommitteeTo of T.IIa-I will be resumed Tuesday Sept, 7,
Jewel Howze
Coveted sales announced yesterday. Mrs. Bessie letters so far, ,and was so very Miss at: 4 P. M. and Thursday, Sept.
Objective. wit- 0 r
the heartbreaking only retreat.to The subdivision was cut up into YWCA-USO.Red Cross Executive at glad to hear from you. This lathe Meet MondayA hassee general field representative 9.i at 8 P. M., at the Methodist
10 to 30 Burns of the American Red Cross Recreation Building. Applicationfor
Lowell Bennett did, not hesitate parcels ranging from price.re- the Starke Armory. third time rye ,had a chance meeting will be held at the for tbe Eastern Area Staff had "wings" and other pins will l

to take desperate 'chances acres and the average$23.: to write since I've been here. City Hall Monday afternoon at only the highest praise for the be filled out then according' toan
-he followed the American ceived per acre was TabernacleThe 3 o'clock for the of selecting -
first the colored, populationwho At The Mope you've received my letters purpose local chapter Thursday August announcement made by Mrs
offensive In an open' car. Among a committee to handle the 26 when she the day conferring -
"e purchases were: Dan Friday O. K." In reply to an inquiry I spent T. H. Osborne.
learned made service
what It means to Ernest Tabernacle Crosby Lake Cemetery funds and I with Judge E. K. Perry-
*> w the first line of Infantry Hankerson. Vasco Hankersoa.Budwine. night. Sept. 3, 8 P. M., will be AS to whether there was anythinghe also to make suggestions as to man, chairman Mrs. Bessie Burns

advance and h." found out Dell and George the of Pvt. Pope Booth of would like to have he said the manner of cleaning the Ceme :executive' secretary and others
h on In charge
ow deep to dig a silt trench. They plan to erect houses land for Air Field. Communion -', 'I'd like to have some tobacco." tery. Plans will also be made about the work here. Child CareCommittee
clear the the Keystone *
tr- Bennett was a war veteran property and Sunday Sept. 5, "I hope it won't be long until for a permanent organization. All "I certainly feel very much encouraged
at 22-he had served farming purposes.! service I can be home with you all," he persons Interested are urged to over the Chapter here".
with the Canadian. Finnish 11 A. M., will be in charge of be present. she said. "Under Its present lead.
Smith Chairmanof
Mrs. Junlus ,
Wd French armies and was Building PermitsCity R. J. Comes. Sunday night service Godwin was captured by ership. It has developed Into one the Child Care Committeeof
captured ration and put, In a concen- Carl Johns recently 8 P.M., In charge of W.A.;, the Japs when they. ,attacked< Now With MutualN. of, the finest organization we the Bradford County Def -

took camP when 'the Nazis Clerk building permits Scott. Tuesday night Sept. 7, Hake Island on Dec. 8, 1941. Ha ever had here." She travels In n"., Council, has called a
Paris; at 23 he Is a veteran Issued the following D. Walnwrlght. Jr.. who formerly 25 Florida counties.
Starke: W. A. Scott. Bible ,a, veteran ""Leatherneck" meeting ''of all the various
correspe ud.n t.,, having In the City of 8 P. M., spent several years In the
sen Wainwright. Sr, August ot Clarence mil joined the ''Marine Corps l4 committees dealing with the ,
for himself the Actual To N. School in charge Insurance business, has accepteda Another WAVE '
to In Ma1930.., He was Child Protection Program In ,
drama of ,war,:&Ddnnakea Itt 17 $199 for adding Melton and his assistants. Bap leans ago. place with the Mutual Life Insurance
of the
Battalion the recreation rooms .
some alive vividly, and unorgettably building on the corner of Temple tism rites will be administeredby with the 1st Defense Co., of New York City, Miss Evelyn Stump daughterof
at I
Methodist Church Monday 1
In and Jefferson Street. Comes to two, candidatesafter which trained'fdr overseas duty an organization which celebrated Postmaster and Mrs. Fred F.
hli Avenue Mr.
Now Knight, August 19, it San Diego Calif., and was with first of and well-known In Starke 8 o'clock P, M. Everyone Isurged i'' ,
that the attention of To D. E. the Friday night service. Its 100th birthday the Stump the r
the frame residence 4th Marines In China for two Is to be present as
entire for erecting a afternoon Bible the February. as a former school teacher. '
world,.Is concentrat- $200 The Wednesday ;
on lot 1 of block 6 M. years and alai served In Hone now In the WAVES. She left Nursery School project has .1 i ibeen W
!;? the allied Invasion of : 18x24 on study and song service at 4 P. N. D. Beckman Agency Organizer officially approved by the
"rope, everyone will want to of Temples Addition to the town continues to hold the interest of ;ulu.He of Jacksonville, was In Starke Starke Friday on the Silver Meteor President, and plans must be 'I

teed this story of boW our of Starke. the young people and all are In- was born and reared in Law- Wednesday "introducing" his new for Northampton. )[a..., made for the coming school
t"oops gained the Invaluable To C. H. Nasworthy August vited. The Ladles Victory Prayer tey, where the Godwin family Bradford County representative where she has already enrolled term.FORD t,
P rlence without which no 17, $200. to add extension of concrete Band meets each Thursday afternoon Lived before moving to Starke several to: the public Mr. Walnwrlght la the Naval Reserve Midship

victory is possible. : blocks to present building.. at 4 o'clock. years ago. began work 10 days ago. man's School.

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I on August 10 sold 130 acres of competition. He won't Win In a Is plenty good. He would have servative, has a
of early shoppers. gOOd
in June for the guidance of half a an edge to start with with a and Is the hack
walk for a
any kind
The Bradford County Telegraph land In section 11, township 6( ot
They include: : to Mir. and dozen probable candidates can strong following in South Florida. wears well and Chap <
south 20'east
Established 1877C. The parcel must not exceed five pounds, I Mrs. T.range H. Sheppard. Included give him a run for his money. Senator Bill Shands of Gainesville that stick make fth

and must not be more than 15 inches in In the transaction were also 10( Millard Caldwell former Con- la a mighty good man and But at the moment
M.UM-BUR. that lot of folks would look "
an astute politician, one a Is all Green '
.FLoR )PRESS ASSocIA.1'ION length or 36 inches in length and girth com- head increase.On of. cattle and their natural calm gressman resolute, able, with a like to see in the Governor's) he Is the man eve'V11

MAT ftALWA'0RIALAwx1/llllt' / e bined. It should be marked "Christmas August 10 Mr. and Mrs. strong political background and chair but he lacks color for a is the one M >*
race against a man like Green A lot of tblSVn'10 *
would give
parcel" so that it may be given special at- E. M. Hazen sold to W. M. Dukes, responsible following
__, editor nd Owuei a good account of himself and despite his s pIe ndld qualifications tween now and
t. Matthews tention to its arrival before Decem- C. Tyler and Ed>Polk. as trustees I next Mkaya
In all probability will be In and ability In other direct- three or four '
of the Brooker Church of Christ, i good lIlen
SUBSCRIPTION HATS ber and their successors in office there when the whistle blows. Ions.Dewey melee might change *
Yearly. '1.75: Six Months. sU.OO more than one parcel may be mail- lot 4 of block 2 in Brooker.GRAHAM Ernest Graham of Miami has A. Dye of Bradenton Is entirely. Pkt:
expected to enter the race and So far the
ed in one week to the same member of not announced but It la pretty public hili
hbU bed Weekly on FrMays and Entered ae Seenrt any he baa been doing? a lot of quiet little Interest and *
CUM Matter at the Post Office at Stark Fte. the armed forces by or in behalf of the certain he will and In a rough- ground work and has developed that, the vote Indlcatlolll be

1 ._ .n. .. same mailer. By Mrs. Eva Strickland and-tumble all-out campaign he considerable support. He Is con matter who runa' light

The parcel must be well and strongly Mr. and Mrs ,Seth Roberts of
Xmas Gifts For Men Overseas Lawley visited, Mr. and Mrs. C.
Must Be Mailed Soon packed, in a container of metal, wood, strong B. Roberts recently.Sgt. .

fiber board, or similar material, then wrap- and Mrs John C. Willis

No we haven't been "tetched" by the ped in strong paper and tied with twine. spent a few days here with rel-
atives last week.
heat.We The cover should be such that it can be Earl Broughton of the U. S

have a perfectly good reason for opened readily for censorship. The contents Naval Training Station, Great

running: a picture of Santa Claus In Sep- should be packed tightly. Lakes. 111., arrived Friday to

tember.It spend a few days with his mother,
fruits that
Perishable goods, such as .
Mrs. Hillard Broughton.Mr.
is simply our way of reminding you may ''spoil, are prohibited. Intoxicants, in- and Mrs. Roy Reynolds

that the Christmas shopping flammable materials such as matches or spent the weekend with Mr. and

season for gifts for Mrs. Frank Reynolds of Reddick. /if/
lighter fluids, poisons, and anything that Rev. W. C. Burton attendedthe ,

men overseas is now may damage other mail also are prohibited.Gifts Oth Sunday meeting. at Sampson -

underway, and the act enclosed in glass ,should be substantially City Sunday. a
1 MAILING season I Mrs., Leola Roberts ,was visit
u a packed to avoid breakage Sharp instru-
'ing relatives here one day last
will begin September 15 ments, such as razors 'and knives, must have week.

and con tin i u e through their edges and points protected so that they Cheater McKinney of the U. S.

October 15.After cannot cut through the covering and injure Naval Training Station at Great
Lakes, Ill., spent Monday with
the latter date, postal personnel or damage other packages. his grandmother Mrs. A. E.

such parcels may'not be J Since the armed forces are being plenti- Ward

mailed unless a written fully supplied with' food and clothing, the Mr. and Mrs. Drew Walker
request from the soldier for the specific article and son and Mr.and Mrs. Roy/ LOYALTY
Army and Navy recommend against these Bowman and eon of Macclenny

contained is presented with each parcel gifts. spent Sunday,, here with the ,

No service man should be put in the mother of' Mrs. Walker and Mrs' ,
Addresses must be written clearly and
position of having to ASK for a Christmasgift Bowman. Mrs.. Hilliard Brough ...
completely. In addition to the return ad-
so packages should be mailed on time.
dress of the sender, a parcel for an Army ton.Russell
The Navy also urges that gifts' be mailed
man should show the name, rank, Army KayTOO
between Sept. 15 and Oct: 15.
serial number, branch of service, organization ON
"Families and friends of our servicemen
Army'' post office number, and name LATE | your vacation and business Someday they will be coming
must heed this warning and abide by

these instructions, or many, men-and womenin of post office through which- the parcel is TO CLASSIFY, trips in the .past-as well as at back, their new job finished. You-;

our armed services will be disappointedat routed.The Lex Green made It official your neighborhood Service Seawill find them still loyal to you
address on a parcel for a Navy last week by tossing his sombreroInto
time Postmaster F. F. \
Christmas Stump the gubernatorial ring and tion-you have been served often when they return and change
should include the and rank
man name or
this week in the
said announcing mailing papers from Pensacola to Key
program. rating of the addressee, the Naval unit to West published his "face" and a by loyal men in the Standard ,Oil their uniforms again..

The only way to insure against disap- which he is assigned and the Navy number lengthy have gotten statement.a, better He break couldn't had uniform. They were loyal to yon In the meantime other loyal

pointment for the fighting men is to buy at assigned thereto, or the name of his ship, he appeared In a bathing suit -they were loyal to us. men who have been' at their

once and mail early-mail your gifts as soon and the fleet post office through which the with' the caption "Miss America".
parcel is routed. A month ago the dopesters had It was only natural that men in home posts are upholding this
as possible after the September 15 starting between
It race
figured as a
date. We know that it is only human for Lex Green and Fuller Warren but whom the quality of loyalty was service tradition under difficult

Those who have relatives or friends in most people to procrastinate and put off when Fuller entered the service, inbred and cherished should nand sometimes trying conditions.

the service should remember that have until tomorrow what they do not absolutelyhave that upset an applecart and left
the field wide open with Lex spend in large numbers to the call Loyalty U that personal trait
fighting men in Alaska, Greenland, Iceland, to do today. But here is an instance In front like mechanical rabbit,

England, Sicily, far-separated regions of where everyone should read, heed and act and bring on the hounds. of their country. ,Hundred of in individuals which makes I '

.Africa, the Near ,Eastern countries, Australia now! Surely you would not want your son, No matter 'who may enter the these stanch and faithful men Company. .gr-eat-and wins wars. ,
race against the Gentleman from '
many of the South Pacific Islands, your husband, your sweetheart or your Starke, they won't find him any have exchanged

India China, South' America, and other friend to be the only man in his outfit not pushover Hs II a shrewd politician -
their old Service
areas. Weeks are required for 'a ship to to receive a gift box during the holiday and a'great campaigner

reach many of these stations. season. The only way you'can insure his has and ,he'll a vote get appeal a lot of that votes.clicka He uniforms for the STANDARD OIL COMPANY

Rules for Christmas mailing to the happiness is to mail that gift. between Sept. with his flowing tie and side new uniform ,of
fighting forces overseas were made public 15 and Oct. 15. burns. '
His promIsee have the old familiar greater

ring of the seasoned political 'to Uncle Sam.
Pine Lumber aspirant: Economy In govern-

UNCLE ment, gravy for the overburdened
Regulation and down-trodden, old age

Is Amended pension, aid to the blind, square ...
JOE'S deal for labor, cheaper automo-

Congressman Lex Green has bile tags, more pay for teachers)

M J.A-'V been advised that a pending .. Cooperation, p ro g r e a s ... .' .... ..
amendment to Southern Pine expansion happiness prosperity,

J Lumber Regulation No. 19 to provide or "vote for me and write your CARE FOR YOU a CAW FOR YOUR
By J. L''HAKRKIX a margin for wholesalersand own ticket".

commission men has been approved But. Lex will have plenty of
by OPA officials In Washington -

For gosh sakes-What's gonna of mildewed wasp nest bread anda He has recently several ,,-pO;. ..-.''.- .-.

become of us Florida crackers if tooth-pick and they think occasions Strongly urged H'' Coke Cead
we can't get corn meal f they've had a good dinner. Break- OPA Administrator Pre n t la. r' ;-X ve" :a, = Mile FailteA

fast and never were knownto Brown to approve such amend
I haven't had a bit of hoe cake supper
In two weeks now and I feel as them anyhow. But we country ment, In order to give relief par- ( HUNDRED THOUSAND WELCOMES)
ticularly to small and moderate .
weak and undernourished as a crackers are different. We want ." '
three a day and no one size sawmills of the South and 1
razor back hog ,at a Methodist squares
Sunday School picnic.During meal Is complete without ,corn all wholesalers.The .
bread. The colored folks are Buffering amendment has been pend-
World War I when flour
right along with us, too. ing in OPA offices for some time
was rationed I got along Just as
They say what's the use of stealing and its approval. Cong ressman //
j well as usual for I never was
a chicken from your white Green stated, is expected to do e '
used to eatln' biscuits1 anyhow
neighbor for Sunday dinner if much to relieve the present handicaps : 1. Ms
but once a week and sometimes t )
I you ain't got corn bread or gritsto under which dealers In
not even then unless we were expectin' iv.t
go with it 7 Southern Pine Lumber have been '
the visit-
preacher or some
In' dignitary like Lex Green for If the President will Just ar- operating.
Sunday dinner. range matters to where we can X11!
\ have our corn meal and lots of School Commodities
But now it's different. I can'tget /
it. we won't grumble about the
the corn meal and its upset Totaled $9,414.56Bradford
shortage of asparagus tips and
my menu three times a day. tl
1 other ,bird food. Would you be County schools received 1-:
When the coffee tickets ran out t hr
so kind, Mr. Editor, as to ask '
f we could parch up a little corn commodities of a,fair retail r
Lex if he can't do something
:.. and make it do for a few days, value of $9,414.58 In connection :-
about it? I got a good mesa
'and I never did worry much offering with the school lunch distribution -
mullet for tomorrow and I'm -
about butter as long as I had a 'of the State Welfare ,1
to cook it on shares with l lJ
little pot likker or gravy to sop who'll bring along enough Board during the past fiscal year itir _
but this shortage of corn meal to announcementmade
according a n
meal for a hoe cake.. If Lex will rfl S''
is something else again. this' this week. There were 13 1
Just do something to remedy
Now It might not hurt those situation I'll do my durndest to certified schools and 1,133 certified -

soda cracker crunchers who live cast two vote for him In the pupils In the county. ,

In the big ,cities and don't know governorship-free-for-all i net ead The Food Distribution Administration ..a.erk

.' what good vittles are. Just give of Just one, like I was planning has stated that available

'em a glass of pink tea, a slice to do. commodities will' continue to be
sent into the state. "Although "Coke"CocaCola

I had gathered, and found they had there are no longer any surplus : \
Bigger And Better killed a rattler with 8 or 9 rat- foods, in the former sense occasions It" natural for popular names to
i Snake Stories '. ties. About a half mile farther arise when, through the acquire friendly abbreviation. Thart

... down the road a group of glutting of the 'market certain JiY1.J, why you hear Coea-Cola called "Cokt ''
Similar to the story about Noah negroes ran across the woods to foodstuffs become depressed in
I" ". in heaven "laughing: out loud" meet him and told him about a price to the extent that they are

when he would hear people telling rattle snake. He stopped and not salable and must be moved : or how Americans make friends in
about such floods a* the Johns went over and killed It with a ,, quickly is was stated. "Con e- -
; town flood the Galveston flood quently such foodstuffs are 'distributed i

and other "mere 'sprinkle, so pole.Arriving In Brooker. another to the schools state institutions c.tUl. M11r PtlllJl<-* lJr thuuamt Ic9mt-njt the kindly Irishman
... .
Sam Mott of Brooker "made fun" crowd had gathered near a beer and orphanages 1 n _
of the small "snake story" printed place, and he. thinking It was a amount that 'fluctuate, with. the he meets a stranger. The American soldier says it another way. Hat a "Cokfays .

In the Telegraph two weeks went over Just In time to supply"
scrap fie and la three words ,he has said Greeting, pal It's a phrase that
ago. Speaking of "fish stories, see them kill another snake with works

' Mr. Mottt tells this for a true 14 rattles Mr. Carlton lives Property Changes as well In Belfast as-in Boston. Around the globe Coca-Cola stands for tbipamt
't -snake story: near the Deadon church, and as *
When his son-in-law Ressle he came on by the home of Lyon Mr. and Mrs. D., A. Judd recently that nr/r.i6 *-has become the hlgh-sign between frieadly-miaded people.OTTIIB .
Carlton. was returning from Ala- Crosby he killed another rattler sold to Mr. and Mrs. Cyrus I
chua County to his home in with 14 rattles. Mr. Mott reported E. Beam a 20-acre tract of land _the obalHigKsign
Brooker a few days ago with a that within the last two weeks In section B.; township 6 south UHOSI AUTHORITY Or INS COCA-COU COMPANY IT

load of cross-ties, he passed a more than a dozen rattlers have range 22 east near Lawtey. STARKE CQCACOLA BOTTLING
house. where ,a crowd of people been killed near Brooker. Mr. and Mrs. Joe L. Dowllng COMPANY


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Grace Osborne back .from Bait the two hostesses, Mrs. Sewell I L. DJ pjdlltg;,"Mfrs, 1.

I SOCIETY and CLUBSMiss Marsh-Dyal more where the former attendedthe and Mrs. Brown. and the honor I man.'an
Chemical Warfare School at guest, Mra, Langford Were: Mrs. : ,Also. .&., a.,separate MattheWl
Of Interest to'a wide circle of Arsenal Seems 3. D. Cottrell, Mrs. J. P. Burns, following table, n
----------- Edgewood children
the had
friends and 'relatives was
Ethel M. lunch
week- Mrs T. F. Grady, Mrs
spend a :
Ark. The hassee, where she was a memberof of Mias Doris Lorane Grace went up to Phyllis' Langford of
Miriam Guy Joseph T. RobiDBOn, marriage two weeks Bigg, Mrs. K. a. Duncan, Miss Fr08tp
marriage will take place in the PI Beta Phi, National Social Dyal, only daughter of Mra. Nona end and stayed Baltimore that Madge Middleton, Mrs. N. Stern- Marcus Brown, Jr., Florence i
of Starke, Sorority. For the Miss Newlon of Ft. Myers, to What has tae Brown Pall!
EngagedTo First Methodist Church past year Dyal ain't ? berg, Mrs. O. X* Haynes, Mrs. A. Ka9par Duncan e
announced later. Guy has .been with the Farm Elmer Arthur March 'of New Starke got Dolt
the date to be Sgt Z. Adkins, Mrs. B. A. Pope, Mrs. Sue Blgga.
Major JoplingMrs. Miss Guy Is the only daughterof Security Administration In Ocala. Mexico, on Wednesday afternoon, for Do

: James T. Guy of Starke Mrs. James T. Guy and the Maj. Jopling la the only son August 23, at 4:00: o'clock. Now la the open who season oftenbe ..

announces the engagement and late Rev. .J. T. Guy. She la a of Mr. and Mr. W. M Jopling, The traditional ring ceremonywas Cltyi candidates the rounds may with

i approaching marriage of her graduate of the Bradford County Sr., of Lake City He la a graduate performed by' Chaplain Rich- seen making list of voters in their

daughter, Miriam Den n y, to High School and received her' B. of the Law School of the ardson in the Station Hospital qualified their level best to
hand, doing
Major Wallace Malcolm Jopling, S. degree from the Florida State University of Florida In Gainesville Chapel at Camp Blandiog. The between .
each and every one
received the of L.L. see
Jr., who is stationed t Camp College for Women, at Talla- B;., In the Class of degree 1940; is a 'with chapel bright was attractively summer flowers decorated and now and Sept. 14 ,, Had a I1J1hat
look at, one of these
I member of the Blue .Key, Phi greenery. Prior to and during to h
Delta. Phi National Fraternity week and very much; surprised
.L Legal
the ceremony A_. T* r o gram of .
and Kappa Alpha National nuptial music was played" by the see the high percentage of new -
FOR A PROGRESSIYE'AND Social After names among the old Almost '\
Fraternity. grad- : I
chapel organist ,1
wonder if I had the
BUSINESS-LIKE"- Daniel uf.flon.Uaj.and Thompson Jopling was Law with Firm the, The bride chose for her wedding list made of me the right town, or not; ItlNO \ '-=-,

Jacksonville. '' dress, a navy blue crepe' with For one with 'sense of humor J

ADMI'NISTRATIOIL' '. J, white accessories. She had asher there are quite a few chuckles
only attendant-Milil Dorothy For instance -
among the names -. ( -
OF CITY AFFAIRS Woman ClubAnnounces Norman and Sgt.; Marsh had a> we find the animal king ,

) his best man Sgt; Don Keefer of dom represented by Beavers, .1

Keystone Height, Kldds and Lambs _... .' And to go
First Fall Meeting After a brief wedding trip the with the Lamb there's some Cur- /

will make'their home In curried lamb .
:The Woman's Club of Starke ., ry, if you like
Evansville Ind. will also find a couple'of
will hold the fircf meeting of the :'f'J v You
Wrens and a Coop to put themin V"/
Fall season on Wednesday aft- / :
If they try to flyaway I .
Bridge Party "
ernoon, Sept. 8, at four o'clock in ,
of war, we have '
And speaking

the The, club president building., Mrs H..C. Ritch, For Mrs. LangfordHonoring Battles and Cannons and when L/ .

( u Sn I- preside over the business'ses .Mrs. P. J. Langfordof the fighting finally ceases there'sa \1
which Is what the Dove
on; Mrs.- J. L. Thorn will act Frostproof Mrs. E. L. Mat-
I will do If he ever flies Because government
of Peace
as chairman of and Mrs Wed- ,
program thews entertained at bridge
this again Then whenIt for service men limited supplies
1% ?: f I L.' A, Canova as chairman of nesday afternoon from four to six way ,
I music. o'clock. Mrs. Langford la the comes to the social scale, we raw materials and the biggest popular

.' L Mrs. Thorn has been fortunate attractive house-guest of Mr. and hive everything from Taylorsand demand in our history some
to Dukes, Lords
; in securing a* guest speaker Mrs. W. B. Sewell and for the Cooks on up don't let times overtax our facilities, there
arid ,Princes. But
Chaplain George McCahan of past week has received numbers will be occasions when favorite
m*'spoil all the fun Get your your
AAFSAT. who is stationed at of social attentions
show dealer is temporarily out of JAX
favorite 'politician to you I ,
the Alachua, and Keystone Air A tasteful arrangement of rln-
Fields. nias' used decorations the list .' Hell welcome the the Beer of Friendship.
were a s
During, the social period, light throughout the rooms of the opportunity to do a little electioneering When this happens, please be

refreshments will be served by lower floor. Soon after the arrival .. i patient. We don't like it any better

.. the following hostesses: Mrs. M. of the guests, the hostess '
Well, fans .. Guess that's all than you do. Your dealer is disap-
F. Brown Mrs. W. B. Sewell Mra.
served ref r eshlng
Co' H. Nasworthy-. O. L. sandwiches,' potato chips, toasted for now So long See you pointed too. But if u'can't gets

L. Beasley and Miss Arllne Mann. Following 'two""progressions; of -Carolyn. be able to get it tomorrow because )

w, W : J"' 'w":' Walnwrlght trying in possibleto
JOTE '' bridge; .Mrs. ., Visitor HonoredAt we are every way
FOR ,' I WSCS. Circles Was presented ltiglf'prtte I a crystal see that everyone has a fair share t

bowl; and the honor guest, BridgeLuncheon'Last of this golden, richly mellow beer.
,. Circles of the Woman's Societyof Mrs. Langford 'w...given a hobnail ;1f/\

w"N (biLL) CARNASION Christian Service of the Meth- utility dish. Friday_ )

odist.,Church will meet, Monday Enjoying the afternoon with the .Mrs. W. B. Sewell and Mrs. ;

afternoon at four o'clock. Circle hostess and the honor guest, were: Marcus F. Brown were joint host
: Worth for
Number- One will be entertainedby Mrs. :J. R. Wainwright, Mrs W. esses at a lovely luncheon Friday 'f# wafting

FOR MAYOR Mra. L. W.. Koch and daughter B. Sewell, Mrs. K. G. Duncan, morning from 10:45: to 'one o'-

.1. : Mrs. Paul Hudgina at their Miss Sara Reed and her guest, clock when they e n t e rtalned ....-i JAX is a grand brew that
home on N.. Walnut St. Circle Mien Ethel Curry of Jacksonville members of the Afternoon Bridge
you can enjoy or serve proudly -
IN THE CITY ELECTION Number Two will be entertainedby Beach, Mra. Charles' A. Darby, Club in honor of Mrs. P. J. Lang- on any occasion. Even if
:Mrs Bertha Pearce, at her Mrs. William H. 'Thomson, Jr., ford of Frostproof.The .
dealer should happen to
home on West Madison St. and Miss Madge Mlddleton. your
'SEPTEMBER 14 luncheon was given at Mrs.
7 be out of JAX occasionally: ,
Brown's lodge on Kingsley Lake,
remember that this fine beer
and the guests were seated in the /l(
\\t truly worth waiting -

Carolyn Callstreet tasteful spacious arrangement living room' of where zinniaswas a that you e.n't'buy' better
used for 'decoration. Following beer no matter what you pay.

the bridge game the high

A ,.- _" \1.., prize.., .four defense stamps., was ... .
'to Mrs. T. F.' Grady..
They're'off No, not the Kinney taking' a 'few days off
The hostesses the
presented to
horses The college students, from the Naval 'Station at Great
t T E A T n B honor guest, Mrs. Langford, a
I mean Never have I seen Lakes, 111., and visiting home
w STARKE FLA so thrilled an aggregation and It folks .' .... JImmie Griffis here on double deck of cards. At one o'- TO OUR DEALERS
clock a delicious two
does look as If our institutions of furlough;, from Ft. Jackson and course conditions
luncheon served When beyond our
was on a long
higher learning will be fairly eyeing the town with great de '
table In the living room control make It impossible for us to
teeming with Callstreeters' this lighti..t. He's another of those
SUNDAY-MONDAY-TUESDAY fall \"-, Dooley Davis, Clarice BH3'seniors who saw a draft Enjoying this luncheon with ,supply you with JAX, be sssurcd

Thomas Eva Faye Galney, Mar- board before he 4Id 'a mortarboard I that we will take care of you just at
jorie rider and Kay Nollman : ... i' under-
SEPTEMBERS-6.7 LET THE soon as we possibly can. We
will depart soon for' the hills of
Tallahassee and the balls* at stand your problems and we're
Surely will miss having charming c. :

rN IJR N E W Fs T..A N D SIt/.R1WIUt RI'T' FSWC Col ley. and. Jewell Elton Powell Powell Shirley have "big"Ayliffe USO. helping Jacobs out around and at super-the Electric Shoe Shop : : them.nc every effort to help you

A'Rockfn .... RocklM With Mirth, Maid and Music, cast, their down lot Lakeland with Florida way Southern -. vising the dances with that extra Keep Your 111mak
special brand of South Carolina
When th... tkJ-criumpt tak the jumpsit's Nina Bishop and Bobby Cameronare graclousnesa; she dispenses but ,Lf o"\

an avalanche of roaring laughter! off to try and absorb a 1t>:WSll be good to welcome Marie ,SHOESlooking MIMIIft

Gawgla accent-Nina at Wesleyanand Register back af/er an /absence
Bobby at the University of almost two (months .; Mrs. '

Georgia Our future.FlorenceNightengale Jacobs has,done a\wonderful job new BUY WAR BONDS '
Gloria Buford-left
and -will be greatly missed when
Wednesday for 'St. 'Luke's in she leaves for her S, C. home the JUST A LITTLE REPAIR

Jacksonville t o enter training, I first of next week,, ... Hear Gar- WILL KEEP YOUR H
and June Blosa and Martha Mar. land Godwin,' the ex-Tornado SHOES IN GOOD SHAPE
; 1r key are'already In the throes of powerhouse, 'has joined the
business l. Good
courses luck. Marines and leaves Sept. 11 for
kids ; But don't forget Call Parris Island Patsy.. Keen. Is Quick Service And
: ..c.i Street and your Aunt Carolyn Good Work
the newest addition to the USO-
.- YMCA staff, in the capacity of

,. secretary Glimpsed ] aye and THEELECTRIC
It takes a girl who's: really brave '
j; Mary Alice Yarbrough off t o
To ever be a daring WAVE! for the
: North Carolina Sunday
Evelyn Stump writes home that opening of the new fall term at <, h3 1 1

L1 : among her first orders were instructions Montreat College .... SHOE 1
to wear "lisle stockingsand
; flat-heeled shoes" But SHOP
in spite of that she's "Impressed Seems the two Lecln lassies are
with ..everything"- :Jlf I don't giving New York 'a break these Across From Park Theatre 5 days, passing up Call'St. In favorof
write home often It's.because I'm
too busy," she warns .,;* Returnof Broadway,. .. Bwelya.has been JAX BREWING COMPANY, ;Jicksoafille, Florida
the Natlvesf Mike Dew In In the. .blg' ., :rty -for; a' oupjepf' I
'town'on a brief furlough from'the moot ha' and )fa gldV'a4eeptg her I

Navy* i.. Wish I knew what all talents to tha MlcrfKirtfAtCorpora. -
those medals he wears' on' his tion and helping j to;process V- '
mall .. Uaddi left for New Special
$11ff"it, Are ,forf( r Chester, _Met Notice'
York Frideytd: flqlsh her,studies ,
at the N. Yf Instfeuta( of Photo-

YOU KNOW ABOUT'OACHESr'! graphy W b q n .lie gets
riIIoTT mTLLLOie 7 through,''about Oct. '1, she'll> return STORE\'HOURSDAILY 8:00 A' M. TO 7:00 P. M.

? to Call St., and.reopen.he'Bradford EXCEP
Photo Shop studio .. .' WE WILL BE CLOSED ALL

wh.n you' fiche roetiyou' Incidentally.,.just before; going to DAY .
try- to get rid of thin all.nott I I'
York Ma&O and her
New Jt '
s kill the few that'you: .can < .'. i' '
a with spray or du.t or'that; mother .spent a, .'few",41&).."1n *
ntoa, powder-by accld.nt. Miami, went deep lea fJab n&" and To' All Our Customers: '

1 a 'K-3-D' Maddle landed aj:. 'S-pound barracuda Our Store '
Hear L. .A. and
; :g M ROACH KILLER Jewel (Carter) Johns are back '0 -uch' Week'For The '- -'
from the honeymoon and have DFbon. This Being Neces-
f IS
MTtlC KNOWU5. IIYSI KNOX w'Arw 11 let,up housekeeping In 6ne of the :'s'try To Make Deliveries. No Be
F 4 t..., eat It because ''th.y L Deliveries Will
like k. They dry up and dl.. vJVadrworth apartments at Hampto4 *- 'j 'Made Any Other
w JOHNNY LOMG aid His Orchestra Put K-l-D in little pll*. or InS 0"- ""'*II''! *'j 1 1U We Ask Your'Cooperation :

HOU YOUN6 (OH WUlAttS THE FOUR TEENS of-bottle.l.ht rapn place and wh..1t plae It In can out be* ; And Hope You Will. Place Your"Orden-Sb..rr&at"

iy' Wi* left a. bait. Safe to U... Non- 8. Man....' 1te+fr'Dshong; We May Serve You.
SKATING p 'leonoue to man and p.'" who i accompanied Senator Claude .. ', '''

NIVYSIMPIS lp lpi.Ea I, BEAUTIES S1t 150 and 25o pkgs.at .. Pepper to Starke last week, made .

A fw Call reeten prick up their ears Thanks, .'
yo when he II&ld:1 dlda't, come
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1/1- .., yloate3eayos along just to be with the Sena- "

To 1'o1b.JoC..u"..'h'= r Sistrunk Feed and tor. I'm really I,there to serve CARL JOHNS .. ,-: ..,: "
_'P..r,.",.. Seed Co. papers on Lex Green!" Before .

'. his astonished listeners could TUXEDO FEEDS
: ,STARKE, FLORIDA recover sufficiently to ask him WILSON TOOMER
-Also- why and wherefore, the Marshalsaid FERTILIZERS .
:Mfg, Jby McPfiall Product "The Government wants 100 1 P"TV'If--
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Ch,f BITS of LOCAL NEWS r rS. Mr. and Mr. But Turley, ofAnniston Mrs. Perkins Wins Army cook stationed at Camp Friends' of Mrs. P. M. Barefoot ;':I
in Ala., have announcedthe I Bland tog. They will make their will regret to know that she in a :
i t ll birth of a son, Gilbert Jerome High Honors home In Starke for the present. patient 1 n Riverside Hospital '
chil0s : Turley.. on Aur.. 22 Mr.: Tnriov Jacksonville, where s h a under-
and Miss Sewell
Gayle At
p. Phillips returned Mr. and Mrs. Charles A, nploYd--he'f; i'- I UniversityMrs.
P bePs 'Suellen Wednesday afternoon from Bre- Darby; was a Mr. and Mrs. William Randolphand went an operation Wednesday '
srjaret Ann and. had as guests yesterday, Mrs. A. to
vard, N. C., where she attendedthe year helping build the poet. Bynum Perkins, under the Morris Randolph, proprietorsof morning. \
W Irturn Saturday to their I. Spencer and daughter, Anlce, office, and while in Starke the the Victory Hotel and VictoryInn
National Aquatic School at name of "Ola McDonald Perkins, Friends of Mr. and Mrs. Art- l I
Dot L Tallahassee after spend- Camp Carolina. Miss Sewell was Mls Ruby Fugate, and Mrs. Charles Turley family had an apartmentat was graduated with the degreeof returned this week from a ford Brown will regret to learn -

two week here with chosen by the Red Cross to Chambllsa, all of Jacksonville the home 'of 'Mrs.. S. S. Dow- Bachelor of Arts In Education vacation trip to Miami Beach. of the serious Illness of their
past represent : .
'd yin P. M;' Barest.- Bradford County In .thelifesaving Mro. J. D. Orlffla. chief cle'rkIn ling. with High Honors in the Miss Junle Parish recently returned young son, Billy, who Is a patient '
Curry of Jachson- : school.J. the Selective Service Board of- Mrs.. H. T. :Black and son. auditorium of the University of from a week's vacation in In St. Vincent's Ho pluJ., Jack-
Ethel 18 visiting: Mies Sara E. Denmark, George fice, spent a two-weeks' vacationat Jlmmle arrived from, Pensacola Florida Friday night, August 27, the mountains of North Carolina. sonville. '
Flynn j
home resting, her first In two Thursday for a few days' visit at 8:00: o'clock. Dalton Carter, former merchantand Council Warren of Madison wan ,
Jr. O. L.
Haynes, Jr., and Joe years. with Mrs. Black's' parents, Mr. :Mrs. Perkins, who had "previ.
Anderson Is en- service station operator In a guest Wednesday of Mr. and << ;
; Virginia weeks' vacationjwr Andrews, Jr., are spending a vacation Pfc. Davis Gassett, who has and Mrs T. N. Kendrick. Theyare ously done three years of c61- North Stark, Is critically ill at Mrs. O. W. White .. \
three at their homes here been on maneuvers in Louisiana, moving to Jacksonville, Mr. work at the of (
and legs University home. t
aunt, :Mrs. John W: :Mrs. E, Van Petlen of Arcadia |
wlllj! spent last week with his Black having been transferred by martlculated at Uni:: ---\0- (
Philadelphia, Fa. : 'leave Sept., 10 to resume parents Georgia., the Mrs R. M. Hardee and chlldjen is the guest of her brother-in-law I[ 1
Of Mr. ;;and Mrs. Pate Gassett. He the OPA from Pensacola to that ,:
their versity of Florida in 1941. She i
Mr. and Mrs; studies -at Emory at Oxford. of JacksdnvUle were visiting and slater, Mr. and .Mrs. M. C. ,
E E. Canova returned Tuesday to Camp Pick- City. ,was elected to the Executive .
I ani children\ who }.Jrs.,J. J. Fitzgerald of friends here Saturday afternoon. Mayhugh.
Tampa ett, Va.Miis. ''
canova Judge and Mrs. ''A. V. Long of Council of the University in 1942 {
the past month at Is expected to arrive here Tues Maxine l : .1
spent Noegel and Miss Gainesville and served on the 'committee to
spent Sunday at the -------- -
l pley Lake cottage; re* day for a visit with her daughter Pat Lambe r e o ently returned home of Mr and Mrs.. J. M. revise the Constitution of the FUNERAL DIRECTOR
E to Starke FHdayplght. Mrs. M. F. Brown. from their vacations. .
They went Brownlee, Mrs. S. E. Brownlee Student Government, At the cloneof ;
Yeses Makes It Possible far Me to Render !
My Many Experience
together to Chattanooga, Tenn., returned to Gainesville to spend the 1942 summer session Mrs. .
m I where they visited friends. Later some time with her son-in-law Perkins was Initiated Into the ,
0QThruitmao Miss Noegel visited her brother- and daughter ,Judge and Mrs. Kappa Delta PI, an Honor Societyin .;- MODERATE PRICES 1
I in-law and sister, Sgt. and Mrs. Long Wednesday was "Mother Education. DeWITT C. JONES .

E. H. Davis, In New Orleans, La., BrownleeV 83rd birthday anniversary Just prlod to her'graduation Starke Florida ,
I while Miss Lambe returned to and' she received a last Friday' evening, she was "
Starke. large number of birthday cards Initiated Into the Honor Society
Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Weinstein and congratulatory messages. Phi Kappa Pbl, and gave the Special Ambulance For Colored Emergency Patients
: 'i lt ppinJFOR I proprietors of the Main Military "Response to the Charge" which I
Major and :Mrs. 13. P. ,Vandlvtere WITT'C. TELEPHONE
Distributors, returned Friday froma and son, Pitner spent a was delivered by Dr. H. P. Con DE JONES 7

10-day vacation In Miami. few days here 'the first of the stance of the English department.Mrs. .
OVERSEAS GIFTS Vincent Ferrara recently spenta week with Mrs. Vandlvlere's Perkins shared high Honors -
week's vacation In Miami while of
with Slater St. George'
mother, Mrs. G. W. Alderman.
Frank Ferrara has returned froma Mrs. Vandivlere and son are from Jacksonville, they being the two 4 t
SHOULD BE DONE NOW! brief vacation trip In New York I Tallahassee, and Major Vandlviereia High Honor graduates in a class aa' '
City:: Their restaurant here has now stationed In Texas after- of 97. it ar'r
been closed for alterations dur- Perkins
: The achievement of Mrs.
year of foreign duty In Java.
ing the month of August. will be of interest to her
,;The Rev and Mrs G. C. Powell
Louis Shafkin returned Monday former pupils who affectionately -
many .1
| j 0 WRITTEN REQUESTS FROM SERVICEMEN from a .two-weeks' buying tripin q .
Davis spent Thursday in Jack- I
New York.
''Miss Gloria Buford spent last BarunerTomlinsonMlsa
BETWEEN SEPT. '15 AND'OCT.. '15 I I week-end In Gainesville the guest e :Mr. and Mrs E., H. Register i
i of' Mrs. Bynum Perkins. While and daughter, Catherine, were Gertrude Tomllnson,
.. there Miss Buford attended the guests last week of Mrs. Reg daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Shop
initiation ceremonies of the Phi ister's mother, Mrs. Annie Lou Tomlinson of Starke, became the
Kappa Phi and the graduating Godwin. They were on their way
SHOWING bride of Pvt. Everett Baruner, of
convocation of the University of home to Miami from a vacation Kentucky, In a quiet ceremony

NEW' Florida. trip ,to North Carolina. Friday afternoon at 3:30: o'clock
.. CHRISTMAS. CARDS. Mrs. H. C. Ritch has returned Mrs. J. W. Brownliee and daugh- In the office of County JudgeE. }
from a visit In Gainesville with ter..Jule! and Nepcy. returned
K. Ferryman.
[ HAVE her parents, Mr. and Mrs.. S. H. Monday from ,Jacksonville! Beach, Mrs. Baruner has for two or

[THEM READY.FOR.MAILING BEFORE OCT. is Demaree.. where they' epenft',' a two weeks' three months been an employeeof t
The Rev. and Mrs. B. C. Price vacation. now Inland N. Y. ,
: They are spendinga the Van H. Priest S cent toSI Pt'ptol-Cola Company LoDe City,
.... and family stopped briefly In few days In Madison, and will store. Pvt. Brawer I. an Franrhltte Bottler Pepsi-Cola bottling Co., of Jacksonville. : :
Starke last Thursday on their way return home today, accompaniedby !' .. i *!

We suggest a nice box of toilet soap as a 'I' from a vacation trip In Florida to Mrs. Brownlee's. mother, Mrs.

splendid gift for the boys overseas. This their home In Eufala, Ala. Mr. Julia Smith. I
item is very scarce and hard to obtain in Price was pastor of the Baptist Mrs. R. H. English and two i

the camps overseas. It is easily mailed and Church here for several years, daughters Misses Esther and 1 ,: i I I
passes all requirements of the postal auth- leaving Starke in 1937. Minnie Lee English, and nephew, p ElectWAINWRIGHT :iI Af.
Miss Irene Prescott, an employeof Glen McIntosh: recently visited In
: the Main Military Store, has Miami with Mr. English's brother. i

ALSO RECOMMENDED: Just returned from a week's vaca- In-law and sister. ,' Mr.. and Mrs. ,

tion in Miami.. .. __ __ Bill Butte. 'I
Money Belts Bill Folds, Razor Blades Shav-; -Dr. anq Mrs. -1:1.arrou: n ana Mr. and Mrs. S. 'Goldman. of ', ;;

ing Material, Yardley Shaving Howl"''and ][ children of Jacksonville have returned the Victory Military Supplies, returned ,,
Several Other Good. Brands. home after spending a vacation Monday from a 3-weeks' t
at their house on Kings- vacation ,and buying trip, in New
"p ley Lake.' York City.Bunyan EX-MAYOR for NEXT MAYOR !
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Aldermanand Urquhart stopped over ; ;
JUST IN THIS WEEK soma, George and Bruce,'who with Robert Turnerin Starke *Y ? ., rh ,
have spent several weeks here as Wednesday night on his way from
A SHIPMENT OF guests of Mrs. G.: W. Alderman vacation with relatives in Con- .,, '

and Mr. and.Mrs. L. A. Canova, necticut to hU home In Wllliston.! '#**'

HOLLINGSWORTH FINE CANDIES left Monday afternoon for their Clarence F. Rhoden, who recently A veteran Army man for Mayor of an Army Town
home In Baltimore, Md. received a medical discharge ,-
Mrs. Loulebelle Moore and son from the U., ;lS Coast

och Drug StoreNAT George, of Plant City, will spend Guard, after,spendinga few daysat Camp Blanding put Starke. on the map :
Saturday here' with Mrs :M. F,, his home In Starke left Thursday i f.

Brown. for Atlanta, Ga., to enter a Let's keep it friendly" ", 4i', > *f
Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Sewell and Government Hospital. k a I
family: and Mrs. M. F. Brown and Corporal Leon Rosenberg leaves ,. .

children, and their house-guest, today for Camp Doe Lake "111 The election will be on September 14th I
,SEZi Mrs P. J. Langford of Frostproof the-woods 33 miles from Ocala",

So you think you're not a lucky moved back to their Starke after a 15-day: furlough spent ', *"i'I"<* '3

guy? Well figure It out tab way. homes on Monday, after spending mostly with his parents, Mr. and VOTE FOR : ,
Next Monday U Labor Day aad several weeks at Mrs. Brown's Mrs. Sam Rosenberg. Leon Is in
'chance are you'll take ,It *0y. lodge on Kingsley Lake. the Signal Aircraft Warning Co., N. D. WAINWRIGHT, JR., FOR MAYOR :
e, Maybe you haven't got ga to go Mrs. Titus Olson Is spendingseveral attached to the Air Corps, and ir .ft"J '.
'to the- beach, but at least 'you can weeks with her parents was. transferred' or '''eight In I
; and Mrs. George Lucy, In week. from .Camp ,(Paid for by friend. and supporters of "Noon" Wainwright who are .Jnteretttetl
stay home and rest:. Next Mon Mr. ago'.._ .. rowderl I .
d. lv'Mrs. the welfare of gtarke.)
; .day Is also Lflbor Day on all our Arm tead.. Bl.i' Mof'} I
fighting front, and maybe our Mr., and .Mrs. O. L. Beasley returned '* rP., J. Langfdr.d: and little e

boys would like the day off, too. home Sunday night ,aftera daughter Phyllis, /who.: .for the I
But will they get ItT Well, you. visit in Tampa with Mrs. Beas- past week have been houseguestsof
know the answer to that one IUI ey's parents, Mr. and Mrs" A. C. Mrs. W B. Sewell, will leave SUNDAY

well .s I do. Quit your fu"..ln' Durden. today for their home in Frost MONDAY
and help put Bradford Countyover Hazel Fields is visiting her proof. FLORIDASEPTEMBER .
the top In the Third War frIend Margaret Monteith at MIDNIGHT
Loan Drive. Clngsley week. Lake for a few days .this Laictey Methodist SATURDAY ...

Sunday School 10 A. M. Morn-
Worship 11"o'clock.! Subject, '

-" TWO GOOD LINES I P ELECT -' fit"Are to The Our Labor Country Unions?" Youth A Ben Fel- JOIN THE JAMBOREE\ ,OF JOY IT'S .1

HOLEPROOF and VANETTE James F. lowship vice 8 o'clock.7:30: P. M.Subject Evening, "As Ser-A THE! YEAR'S GIANT ENTERTAINMENT! .

Working Man, Have I An Obligation -
Tna uproarious,flal-erlout $4.40 musical.
to Join A Union? -Her- t
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day guests of Lee Green and fam primary teacher- -,-Mrs.- Steele back end Mr. and Mrs. S. B. Raulersonand burg, where School'he of entered the Merchant the Maritime B. Watterson, Mr, and(11.,
with us after several days' illness Mr. and: Mrs. J, P. Dixon and Watterson and MI '
I fly.Mr. at her home in Gainesville. family of Foley Mr. and Mrs. D. Marine. terson were ahoPPlng
and Mrs. Elmer Stokes an- and
Mrs. F. M. Wilt returned to tog the IlL
and Mr. and sales
By Minnie Lou Hazen nounce the arrival of a baby girl Wednesday, September 8, the H. Shaw of Mayo Miami Wednesday after an extended market In at the 1I
Beard of Tampa.
Wednesday, August 25 at home. Sewing Club will meet at the M(e. Ellery GainesVille kanE
visit here with Mr. and
Ocala Mrs C,
Addison of L.
Mrs. C. D.
nicely. home of Miss Lubedla Plnholster.Mrs. May and ,
Mother and baby doing
Mrs. M. L. Watterson and rela
the week-end guest of her Sweeney and daughtV
SIMMONS-WATERS PARTY Mr. and Mrs. Ressle Carlton LeaGreen and children, was ,
Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Waters announce Mrs. Carroll Atkinson honoredher and children, visited little Sarah Tommie and 'Bettye Hazel and slaters Mrs. W. L. Andrews and tives. of were last In Jacksonville Wedn
Barbara ana Horne week.
Chastain. Misses Betty
the marriage of their daughter, Ilean, with a party Carlton, who Is ill In Hope,Haven Mrs. Rosa Ploho'lster ere in Mrs. T. C.
T. and Miss Miriam and Harvene Wattenon returned Mr.
Mrs. J. Guy
] night, the occasion Sunday. business Monday. Mrs. Gilbert
daughter, Lubedla, to Corporal Wednesday Hospital Starke on
/ Guy were in Jacksonville Tuesday from a twelve-day visit eaux have
Mack E. Simmons of Camp Blan- being her twelfth birthday. The Mrs. Jake Keene and Miss i week. Carolina. returned to tbepy
of last in South here alter
of Charleston, S. house was beautifully decorated Tuesday a few montha'
ding formerly Beatrice Cassels were In Starke Hampton HappeningsBy
and Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Jeffords Mr. and Mra. Lacy Wynn, K. Wlldwood my)
t flowers
married with various colored
C. They were quietly at Friday. Barbara Home
the home of Judge Perryman, August out door games were played. The Crosbyof I and family of Rodman spent .. ,. ...- L J '" 4 L
W. C. .
2nd Class Mrs. Gor-
and Seaman week-end with Mr. and
20th, with only the family hostess served lemonade MRS.ANDREWS HOSTESS
Green Cove, Is visiting his
and close friends present Cor- cake to her guests and lean received TO S. 8. CLASS dan Wadsworth.
parents here. here attending the Prompt ServiceStarke Careful
Those from
poral Simmons Is with the Quar- many nice .gifts. Hampton Beach. continues to be Dri
:Miss Lucile Thomas of Gainesville Convention at Sampson
termaster. The young: couple the scene of summer picnics and Clty-sun-I
Mrs. Bill Plummer and daughter Hazel and
visited Miss Bettye day were: Mr.
will make their borne In Brooker parties and on Friday Aug. 27,
are visiting relatives in Miami. Green Friday. entertainedher Andrews and son, Ronnie, Mrs. Tad
Mrs. W. L. Andrews
Mrs Rivera and Miss Myrtle Mr. and Mri. O. C, Kelly were Mrs. Jack Keene Mrs. Lee Sunday School Class of the C. D. Addison of Ocala, Mr. and ServiePhone :

Thomas of Graham visited Mr. shopping In Gainesville Monday. Crosby, Miss Dorothy Crosby, Methodist Church with a party. Mrs T. C. Chastaln and Earl
Alice Thomas Thursday of last Misses Ernestine and Marguerite Mrs. H. B. Crosby, and Mrs. Morgan Games were played and swimming Meyer. '
week.. Smith have returned to their Tilghman were In Gainesville enjoyed. Later refreshments Miss Madge Gay of Jackson- 150
C. C. Myers of Lake Worth home in Miami after and Wednesday were served consisting of ville spent the week-end with her
visited Mr. Gano and family last weeks visit with Lloyd Barry Mr. and Mrs. O. D. Gay
Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Brown open-faced sandwiches, cake;cookIes parents
week. family. were called Friday to the bedsideof and Coca-Colas. Betty Jean Mrs. Lyle Younge and daugh- Day Nigh
Mrs Nora Sapp was In Alacbua Mrs. O. J. Mott of Ralford their little grandson. Billy Adklns; and Edith Chason assisted ters, Betty and Gloria,, returnedto .
on .business Monday. visited relatives here Thursday Brown, who is critically 111 with Mrs. Andrews in'serving. Those Valdosta Saturday after a
Mr. and Mrs Earnest RUM and 'of last week. pneumonia in $t. Vincent's Hospital present to enjoy the occasionwere weeks' stay as guest of Mrs.
children, Ernestine and Kenneth, Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Hazen of I Jacksonville. : Helen Kalch Nell and Earl Ethel Tldwell and Mrs. Lyn Hall.
Mr and Mrs. R. J..Jones, Mr. and Starke visited relatives here Sat Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Rahn and Myera,'Helen and Betty Jean Ad- Mrs.. Raymond Cornelious and FOR: SAFETY, COMFORT AND ECONOMY RIDE)

Mrs. Victor Jones and con Bobby, urday. daughter; Myrna Lou, were Sun- kins, Dicky'' Mar, Hilda Brown, family left Monday for Pearson,
visited relatives la Donalsonvllle, Miss Marjorie Fay Crosby was \ day guests of relatives here. Margaret Dyal, Paul and Irene .Ga. Mr. Cornelious was Inductedfor FLORIDA MOTOR LINE BUSSESFOR
Ga., over the weekend.Pvt. a week-end guest of Rev. Newton Miss Bettye Palmer and Master Green, David Condone, Harold service In the Army at Camp

Merle Gano of Camp Blan- and family In Macclenny.Mrs. / Bucky Hall returned home Hess, Ronald Andrews, Edith Standing last Friday.Mr. COURTEOUS CORRECT INFORMATION
ding was a week-end guest. of his J.. F. Parrlah of Gainesville .after several weeks visit with Chason, Carlos Meyers, Donald and Mrs.: L. A. Johns, Jr., PLEASE PHONE 147
parents.Mr. visited Mrs. J., W. Thomas their grandmother a t BlounIB- Falrcloth and Mable Smith. have returned after spending their

Tom ,Mann of last Friday. town. Mrs. Andrews' class continuesto honeymoon in Jacksonville and
and Mrs. Pin- The many friends of Mr. and increase In number and the are settled in one of the Wads- UNION BUS STATIONLACY
Lake Butler visited E. J. Lewis Rer. C. A. Crosby T. B.
Coleman Padgett. Mrs. Mrs. Lyon Crosby and family will church is grateful for her help- worth apartments.
.and John family Pinholster Sunday.was In Starkeon Lee bolster Green and children Mr. O. C. regret to know' that they have ful leadership. Mrs Wilson Bedenbaugh was In ,CONWAY, Agent
moved to Greensboro, Fla., to Palatka Monday.
business Monday. Kelly, Mrs. Rand Crews, Flor-Mrs. make their home. Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Holly had Walden Wadsworth left Mon- Temple Are. Starke, Florida
and daughter Plnholster and Mrs. .
Mrs.* Drew H. Duke Rosa have the week- of last for St. Peters
Union We are very glad to our as guests during past day week I
Grace, of Worthington; Springs ence Varnadoe attended a
visited E. '/. Lewis and family Meeting. at Corinth Church Saturday

Saturday. .
Mrf Mack Hall returned to her Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Parker were i

home.' here after several 'weeks Gainesville, Thursday of last
visit with her husband? LC.Hall,

In Mississippi. ," week.Mrs.. Clarence Strickland and
1st Class. Petty, Officer Ivan
Ion,'Tommy of LaCrosse
Hazen and wjfe'df;Tamp 'visited Hazen Sunday.
G. W. Hazen Satu.'day-' ." ;;Ralph
Miss.Marie! Edwards Is visiting
Mr. and Mrs Eldon-. :Hardy
relatives in Water Oak.
visited relatives In Gainesville
Lee Green of Jacksonville visited -
ov Y the week-end.
his family over the week-end.

Mrs. Alice Thomas, Pvt. and 'TIWETHE

,ei t-ea RIA Mrs. Talmadge Kelly of Valdosta, TIC
Ga., Seaman 2nd Class Osten
r IN 1DAVS Kelly of St. Petersburg, Morris
Kelly of Graham and Mrs. H. H.

I 1111..: b6b Mott and son, were dinner guests
of Mrs. .Clyde Kelly Wednesday

Liquid for Malarial Symptoms of last week.
Mr. and Mrs. James Caaon and
children visited relatives In Ala-

chua Sunday.
Mrs. Jake Roberts and son "

Purman visited Mrs. George

Conway in Palatka Sunday.Mr. .
I II and Mrs. Norman -Johns ,' .: ,
of Bellevlew visited Mrs. J. P. : :,,1'\\. "
Roberts and family Sunday. ;, ....,' ,'ro<"
Dr.I Max Shane Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Mott and ok
children of High Springs are visitIng ''' -
OptometristIf relatives here. / ,
The following attended a fishfry
<* at Hampton Lake Wednesday "

I A+3* mo your...mln.eyes th.bother m and you Rt you r., and night Hazen/ :children, Mr.Mr.,and and, Marcia Mrs.Mrs.V. Kay V Win/red Hazen and WISH TO ANNOUNCE THAT WE WILL CONTINUE : : J :.

with" gletitf If you need til***. 'Jimmy.

w 30 ran experience.Holidays Mrs. E., J. Hagen and Mrs. R. .' '1' 1"-
and Sundays by appointment. E. Hazen were In Alachua on :
? business Monday.Mr. ., CLOSING OUR BUSINESSES EACH'i:
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Baldwin are visiting Mrs. Baxter's <" ,
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Begins guest of ;&[1''. Marcus Brown and at Stark, Florida this August APPLICATION FOR TAX DKKOHo Hlnson, Mrs. Reba. Mill. Milton rUroman Harry H. 1

Cross Mr.. W. B. Sewell at a bridge Real Estate TradeCol. 10th. 1143.OFFICIAL. ..e> Bill < 114412NOTI'N Hardy. Charles, Jr. May T. A. tit roman. Mr. W. 3.Htrlngfellow. ,
( SEAL A. J. Thoma 18 HKKKRY C1IVKJ Husklns. H. U.Handlwsnian May, Mrs. Nora 8. W. O. ,
Activities; luncheon at their cottage on D. E. Knight recently As. Clerk of aald Court.W. that C. M. McKlnney the ..' eIIJ Oertrud' Mooty, Harry Btrlngfellof Mr. Mabel I '
Kingsley Lake last Friday. << Hardesty Daytona Beach, the following I certificates has Handlesman Jame Mooney. Mr*. Alfred Htarllng. Boy '
Reviewed Mrs. received an acre and a half of Fla itt for Plf. 87 4t t-11 said certlflratee for a tax deed to Holllngsworth, Mildred Manaasa, A. S. tttmmon' ida ;. 1
, rk L. A. Shepherd has at be Issued thereon. The certificate C Manass, Mr.. It. A. Sale, Mr. Dorothy

1 weather lariou guests Sunday Mrs. Q. A. Richardson land 200 yarda off Road 13 two IN CIHCfIT COt RT. BRAOFORItCOI number and year ot Issuance the Hugal. IrvingHairlson NII.an. R. B. Hale, Ouy H. 1
lii I cooler and the B. Hlstrunk Mr.. Alma XI.tttump .
'MTV, n.OHlltll in: CHIN description of the property Frank Mr B i
ff chairmen of the nejpter and Children of Starke. miles north of Stark and $200 ('IIR1" names In which It was asss..dar Harrison, Mrs. Eli... Mlilaan'. V. Howard a. ) 1

( r their Friends will be Interested tc In cash In exchange for ten Karol 1'. Dycsynskl Plaintiff vs. a* follow: b.th Merrill Thomas lIapp. FraxlWspp I '
on acres .
are getting Fierce Leonte yrsynkl, Defen Certificate No. 71. Year of Is. Harman, Lnyree Manassa,, bdna Mr Lula Mae it
. : up for> the winter know that Mrs. Robert S. Chapman farther off the highway north dant. Case No. IIiU. suance, August 4, It 41. Description Eddy Mlxon. H. Ptratoa, Mrs. Sar K.Blloox. .
tined chalr" will teach music In the ORDER: OF P1THLICATION1 of Properly Cor Holtaendorf. Wilmr T.Hason. Mayhugh M. C. George .
Cc Smith pub
( )IrS. Junlu8 lic west of Starke. The deal was AND NOT1CB TO APPEAR of NW%4 of NiP\\4B.i tWtJllJ eo. Mrs Mercer Mick IIIhatk n. Louie 3
dmrer Volunteer Special Serv- of Orlando this comIng made with Mr. and Mrs. Frank STATE OF FLORIDA tot MraFlorea 4 and run N II degree. W 711 lolln..wortb, F. C. Murphy C. D. Hpmnn, Obd A.
of from a term and la director of the Leonte" Djrosynskl. whose Sea line thence N 1TO ft to Mr. Ml lee. E. F. Slavrlanos, N. a.
returned : rJyo Mil... Mr. B.! IT.Miller IIIlmp.un.amu.1 T. ,
-P.ntiy Bryant. residence Is Town of Bralla Countyof Cor of NWVi of 8WV thence Annie H.
Lain .0 n KIngsley'and Glee Club and that Mrs. L. O. Bra'la. Country of Rumania. I H ho ft beg 1 A on Hasen M. F. J. It. Stone, Hoy M. "
vacation shortly call 'a Sheffield will again teach In You are required to appear on N: side A S.:8t1: In E.Cor. Seo. Hancock Mary. Lee Malola. Marl Hlnnlker, Mrs. Edna ,, 1

wUl Somerset POLITICAL September 10.. 143, In the above 4 Twp. T 8. R. II East, containing Hancock RaymondHerts. li@Derm.tL Catherlna Slonlker A L.
Iii the various commitC : Ky. named Court ..n'". cause, wherein f Acr... more or leas. Name In Irving Manaasa, A. C. Stanley O. B.Manaess I,
'D' of Hunt. Ada ,, Mr. Elva Lee Mt.van.t A. U, I
Mrs. C. A. McRae ANNOUNCEMENTS plaintiff seeks 'Olvoroe. BradfordCounty which' 'assessed. Mary C. Plllsrd.Certificate
and littledau&hter. Telegraph shall publish this No. 7*. Year of Issuance Hunt, "1'. A. Manning, Delia Smith, K.Smith '; I

&ll (l'oup ot the produccorpL Eleanor arrived Monday FOR COUNCILMAN: Order In next four weekly Issue August 4. IS4l. Description Holland. Beryl MoMcCoy J. B.Seymour. ,(
the leadership to spend the week I h.r.by announc. myielf aa Witness my hand and official of p >> In Sampson Hudgln. Paul UHudglns starting Kllsabeth ,
under with Mr candidate. for the pvultlon of councilman. seal at Stark*. Florida. this AugustO'FFICIAL City prlYFJkBIt 40 In KV, of Mrs. Mary McMillan.. MerrillMcKlnney Seymour J. D. I .
l Lemuel Colson, h.. been and Mrs. J. A. Bouvier. In th. Cltr.ot Bt rke. ,.ubl 11. 1'.3. NWH of SWii Sec. 4 Twp. T 8. R. I, Kathr"n' Mra. Iva Shafkln. Yetta "
I'll the hot .ct to U%. City to b. h.ld ( SEAL) A. 3. Thoma II B.. containing S Acre*, mor or Howard Joe A. McKinney MelvlnMcKlnney Sherwood, James
on despite Mr. and Mrs. S. V. R. Martllng Sep.mber 14. 1843. I am a Stark* A* Clerk of said'Court. less. Name In which. assessed, Hasting, James A. B. Sale Jack \, ,
Mrs. MatUe Gahagan. of Melrose were week-end man with th. Interest of the people Walter C. Hardesty, Daytona Mary C, Plllard. Holland, B. J. ., McKlnney. Mr. A. B. Shirley. Alma "
I,,,' Mrs.ID guests of the city ot Stark. at Heart. If Beach. Fla. Atty. for Pit. being In Harris' LeRoy McKelvey, J. A.Mclntyre Stllley. Mr. Lett '3
ardY. Mrs. Stsnsbury. of Mr. and Mrs. M. E. Grlner. .I.c.d I prom I.. you bUHlneeeUke 8-10( 4t t-10 All of said of property Bradford ,Btat ot Hard/. Mr. T. J.McKelvey Saul, A. F.Hall. /
vn- Carrie Ward eervlce. Your vote and up- the County Sandra Frank Simmon T. 8. 4
I and'Mrs.
).VI. Loma Mr. W. E. Malone port respectfully ollclted. Florida. Hough H. McKelvey Mr... J. A. Hhull B. T. \
Iw. J'Epperson.!: Mrs. spent Sunday with Mrs. I. U J. I* 8ILCOX. NOTICE Unless such. certificate or certltlcates J 1 MoClane. T. K.. Jr. Bhutl. Mr.. B. T.In.rAm .
I Arthur Wood and Notice I I. hereby given to whomIt shall be redeemed accordingto Mr.. Carrie A. McFaahlon Ceaser Schults. Adellnei 1
Paschal In Lake City. that on the 17th described In '
been may concern law the property McRa.. B. N. Stump Lillian
lay Coburn have FOR MASON day of September 1943, I will a. such certificate or certificate will Johns, A. H. McRae.. Mr*. Ethel Simpson Ed I
who worked In the Supt. L. F. Chapman has gone I with to announce that I will Ouardtan of Isaac Carlton. Incompetent be sold to the highest bidder at Jones, D. C. MoKlnney, Mr. Florl Slloox Vernon
!hOs, to Tallahassee where he will address b. a candidate for the office of. apply to 11:. K. P.rryman. the court house door on the first Jenkins A. O. McFaahlon, Walter Sweat, Riley
Bum.Tit of atarke In the
duringthe Mayor City EI.o.tlun
jlon of Bradford County month of October 1943.which .
room County Judge Monday In Johns, O R. McDonald Oeorge Small Arago
I I" _.11. Hubbell, Mrs.Lall the Rotary Club Wednes-. tember to 1 be*. held Your on vote Tuesday and active Sep Florida for order of sale at private .: I* the 4th, day. of October, Johns, Kll* 1. MrClane. Mrs. '1'. K. tltarlln& H. Ki .
day. sale of the following described I. K.
knlttln at support will be greatly appreciated.HERV IMS. Jones, Ada McFashlon, Lola D.MclJIll. Htarln.. c.
If 4 others Miss Peggy Dell of Starke Is A. MANAKSA. property of ward oi to willSKVi Dated thl. 19th. day of August. Johns, Carl W. C.McMillan. Medford I
of SK<4 of NWV\ $eo. 1C, 1943. Johns, Mra. 8. R. William Smith Mr. B. H. I
In charge of the house guest of Miss Grace Twp. 8 8 R. IX Hast. (OFFICIAL SEAL \. J. Thomas .Jacoba Sarah McCIellan, P.V.. Sewell W. B. ,
rL Carl Knight Crews.A FOIL MAYOH Blanche })dwards.as Clerk of Circuit Court of Bradford Berry McClellan. Mr. Blanch 8.w.l. Ethel O. I
has managed to send I hereby announce my candidacy Legal luardlan. County Florida. s-10 4t 1.10 Johns. Calvin T. A. Mr*. AnnUKatheleen
In,. f knitted crowd of local 'young folks for th office of Mayor of the City: 8-10 4t -10 Jones, J. J. Mcel.llan. .*
yeraL cartons 0 of arke. subject to the will of -- NOTICW OP' K.I.F.CTIOXI ': Johns, Chan.. IS. Mi-Call, Selmo. T
E and kit bags. The South. chaperoned by Mrs. J. R. Kite en- the people of Starke, a. expr'....ed IN (CIKCI" ('OFR.... IIRAIIFORUCOI I.. A. fanova. Mayor of Hlark. Johns, Thelm Brlnson N Turner Roy V.John. \
Joyed a dance the club In the City: election to b. held $ virtue of the authority J. J.
employes have at house epember ''>T1, FloOR I P'"I lCIIVN: Florida by Thelma I... Newsom, R. A. Truby,
telephone 14. I am a native ot atarkeand by law do hereby HaliteThompklns.
Sell vested In me grave Newsome., TI.on.
active In Red Cross Friday night. Harold Brannen a tax-payer.th.11.e: Ipromise ( W YMarc'ham C. Itro'wn. Plaintiff v. pall an election to be held at the Johns, J. J. Nasworthy,)dn.. Llllle '

!)ten engaged In f 11- and Albert Waters of Lake Butler to render service Wattle Defendant. Case No. City Hall In. the aforesaid town by Jones EmmA Nasworthy, KllsabethNorrls Thomas, EdnaJohnson B, I'
now of which I Brown. Tuesday
and are their am capable.JAMES the qualified voters on V. M. W. M.Norrls Thornton W. K.Thoma .
work has were guests. F. HUILINOSWORTH.FOH 1638. 14. 194.1. for the purpose .
bagS. This ORDER OF Pl'BLICATIOX: September Johnson, Abble W Ellen N N.
lilt under the leader.of Mrs. F. W. Edwards. formerly AND NOTICE TO APPEAR of electing the following officer: Johnson Ruth W. Noegel. William Thornton Mary
carried on of Melrose but MAYOR OF FLORIDA to Waulp (Inc Mayor Jenkins Cha .. Noegel. Maxine Thomas, Mr*. It.. A.
recently residingIn I STATB .
The work hereby announce my cnndldacy Two AldermenOne "
Miss Godbold. for the office of Mayor of Btai ke. I Brown whoa residence I* Ha..tt.Arkan.a. Clerk Treasurer, Tax Assessor .J.nkln. Mr. Elva ii'. Noegel lloswell H. Thomas; ltobertL., '
will Wednesday .
Hospital Come Jacksonville come .. Cha. A, Nunnery, Rudolph Thon,pklna. Ines
and subject to the will of the votere ; and Tax Collector ,
for to appear on John, H. K. Nash. Mr*. Uertrud ''bornlu..t. Jennie "'
and Brooker a visit of Indefinite In the City ElectIon of Tuesday You are required One darshsilInspector. .
in Lawtey 10 143, In the above J. L. John., Mra. Ruby Nwman A. J. TheoLaura ,
.:e Sept. 14. I will appreciate your September of said election) r
continued active during length with Mr. and. Mrs. M. E. vote and support. named Court and cause wherein Pek P. 14. Denmark. F. A. Scott, Johns a. R., Jr. Nollman, W. H. ( ) '
,lo Griner. CHA8. A DARBY. plaintiff seeks divorce. Bradford It A. Newsome and Dim L. Hoover Johns Allen M. Nolman. Nelle H. '1.0... Julia r
hereunto .Jack.ont W. Morris Joe Thoma. I). O.
,cmer.' County Telegraph' shall publish In testimony whereof. I
Mrs. J. L. Williams has returned Johns, dr.. Nells. Thomas, Mr. Qlady "I'
General Field FOH MASOn this order In next four weekly is.sues. subscribe my name and cause the V. No.a.l. Jewel I
,Li Nell Howze from Penaacola where she X take thin method of announcingmy ..,,1 of the said town to be Johns, Mrs. Ruby Thomas, Ceci
rotative of' the Easternwas candidacy for the office, of Witness my hand and official unto affixed this the llth Judd Millard. Olsen, Bertie Thomas, Mr.. Dortho : )
Starke August 26 vISited her lion and daughter-in- I Mayor of Utarke object to the seal at Starke. Florida this 18th August, A. f). 1843.tOFFICIAI. h.r.-I Jackson, H. Carl Olsen Titus NelleThoma ,
In law. Mr. and Mrs. Durwood Wil, will of the Voters In the City Election day of August 143. SEAL) Jarkson. Mr. Margaret P *, Oeorge W. .
conferences with members ,. of Tu.. discuss their parr llama. I 1 promise to render an efficient,. A* Clerk of said. Court. Attest! Jenkins, Mrs. Winnie Peek Clara U W. i :
w1 jhed to Misses Mary Jo Caldwell and bunlneie-llke administration of the E. K. P.rryman. Starke, Florida. PARt, JOHNS Alice Perkins, Llnnl W. L.
phase of work with her. affaire of the city. I will appreciate Attr for Plf_8.114t -IO..City: .,Clerk II-n l lit Johns Mr. Laura Psrryman. M. K. Thomaa. Mr. Violet
Melverna -Thornton have resigned and Jenkins Elizabeth eThoma
Standard First your vote active eupport. Sara F. Ferryman, Lot Thoma.
large class In ,their positions with the TelephoneCo. W. N. BILL) CAKNAMION.FOH John, Mrs. Fronle Powell, (n... J *. R. M. ,
will 'begin In the colored LIST OF QUALIFIED ELECTORSFor Johns, Mr.. Lois Parks W. B.Prather. .' Thoma., Floy .\, S
and It Ispj ., to rest. a week before school MAYOR John, Mr*. Dorothy R. W. C. Thomas, Mr.. Hester L.Torode ,
School next week begins. This !I. to announce my candidacy of Starke Florida Johns, Mra. Mamie Parks. Ethel R. W. B., Jr. ,
General Election. .
that the classes will be or- for the Office of Mayor of City John, Mrs. W. B. Parker Ella Thomas, Bessie
Mra. After taking his physical examination Starke In the election to be held Johns, Corley Phillips. B. F. Thomas, Clyde Nell t
rard Burns Executive of tae endeavor to serve you In the tame .t* 'W "'" Johnson Roy Pearce, IIIr. Bertha Tucker. Mr. H. B.
stated Garland Godwin was sworn in courteous, efficient and broadminded ". A kI / Mona A. I"ol.on" W. Jeffcoat, Dot Priest, H. m. Trlest. Jams ,
dford County Chapter as a member of the Marines at manner that I did during .A J.ares, 3. 1Jtf Ct.mon., I"ronl. Fol.on Mr.. Iris Edna K Nathan Thornton, Wilier Ma I
i week. my former. term of office during Adkifls. A. Z. Carlisle. J. R. Forrest, Jim Klckllter. J. F. Perry C. A. Thompson C. C.
chairman Orlando and ''will report at Par.' the period commencing October 1.40 Andr.w.., J. .W."Jr. Carlton. C. M.Andrew. UAlvarse. Knight C. A. Priest, Clyde O. Thompson. Mr.. Willie
adjj E.K. Ferryman, rla Island S. C., on Sept 11. and terminating July 194S at which .. A. W, 'oop..r. Richard Kendrlck. T. N. Priest Mrs. Clyde Thornton, Brantl I''
:he Chapter. recently announc- latter date I entered the United A. 10. "' Crawtord. Mr. Annie Orlttln. T. 3.Ald.rman. Knight. Mrs. N. L pr.vat. Mr. Bdna Thornton C. A., Jr. '" .
Claud Johns returned Saturday .. Ur.en. R. A. Lot W. ,
Mra' Ruth Staei Army. Dor.I Cr. R. I. Kendrlck Martha Thornton Mr.
the appointment from ,Tallahassee where he has Your aid will be greatly appreci Adkln.. Lola Chamb.r, U. S. Urlttln, ..._.nl* B. Klckllter, Mr. M. L. Powell, Odis Townson, AubreyPowell ,
nt u Junior Red Cross Chair. ated. And.r.on. Myrtle ('**ruvut v. H. Ure.n. Mary H3. Knight Mrs. Mildred K. Townson. Mrs. Opal !.
to visit every been for a month attending the -N. D. WAINWRIQHT. JR. Alvares, Annie Carden, Mr. LucyCnoper Ureen A. H. Knl.h 1>. H. Pender Mr. Emily ,Thomas N. H. I
A She plans Band School of Music. Alderman, T, J. R. H, Ureen Fannie Knl.h. H. V. Prather H.I.nhoma.*, OvidThornton ., l,
ool In the county so that FOR COUNCIL Anderson J. It Clark. Jim Orlffln Lila Mr. H. V..' Powell. Ned William ..
100 enroll- Our consignment of bed Jacketsfor I hereby announce my candidacyfor Andreu. A. 0. Cooper. Mr. i*. M. (Ureen Lloyd J.Orlffls Keene. Nelma. Powell Maria Thomas, A. C. f :
n may be percent the. Red Cross was finished the City Council. .subject to .. Vincent Cummlngs, WalUCnleman Anssda Klckllter, Miriam Peek 8. L,, Jr. Tomes, Fannie J. j
nt this year In aU schools. the City Election September 14. I Andrew Mr. Edith foe Olll Mrs. Fay Kldd. R. O. Powell. Mrs. Myra D. Thorn Julius L '
and under Tuesday by our small band of have been a citIzen of Starke for Alvares. Hattie Chalker, Mr*. C. W. Olll. Klorsnc Kelly, D. 0. }.0..1. Tommle Thorn. Joel i
i Mane -capable, workers. Our next work will be 45 and a tax-payer' for i 43 Andrews, Nell ,tJ. Col.man..Mr.. Mary B. Orfn. Floyd> Kelly Mr. Mary U. P. Thompson Marjorie' '.
leadership the Junior' work ar.arei i was for 34 year*, withthe Alvare Krroll .. Collins, T. C. Urlffl, J. If. Klnchen I.. H.Kldd Parrlsh Mr. Alphl Slump ,
make The begun at an early date. Seaboard AirLine. Atlantic Agin. W. W. Carlton H. A. Ureen Mrs. S.' InS Eunice B. Powell Wm. C. Tervln, Frankll ,
cud great progress. Coast Ulne and Florida Easf'Coaet Alvares Barbara Carnaslon W. N. Uraham Moa. Kemp.Mrs. Evelyn W. }'app.., Oeorg Tervln, I
ipter has enjoyed the coopera. railway companies. I am at present Alvare B B. Carnaslon Adalln (Urlffl. Wilbur Kemp R. L.KIckTlter Phillips U ,. "
of the school faculty In the PINE LEVEL a member of the District Wei- Alexander, J. B. Capps .. u. Ureen. Ines A. Dorothy Paraooa KI.ab.tl UgIow." John "
e far Board and vice-Chairman of Alexander W. B. (Carter DaltonCarter Uoodman. J. 1. Claire Parker Mr. LettlePowell. Uglow, Louisa '"
ifer work and the response By Mrs.. D..M.. McRae, the Bradford County Defense Coun. Anderson AliceAnderson Mr Rosa Uay A. Klncald Mr. Jeanett Udell. Q lady* B. II. i ,;
the In various cil. I recently. circulated a petition Oeorge A. CooP. lucite Uay, Head Pauline D. Powell. Mary Harriett v
m by Junior We had a good meeting at with the result that 130.000 Anderson Eva Campbell. Earl Orant KllaUoodman K..ne. Mr. Leona Phillip, Hlmeon VanLndlnabam. MonVersailles' :'

pur activities has been gratlit Pine Level Church Sunday. Our will soon be spent to Improve the Alvara. Thelma Cone William F. ..Mr. Annie'Alvares. KIII..worth. Mr. Pnie.tr Cha*. M. .| n J i
Mrs. Burns said. local Seaboard depot. I shall greatly L. B. Cone, Mrs. Ines Orant Jo Prince, Edward AlonsevVanLandlngham '
pastor. W..E. Hall and Mrs Hall] appreciate your support and. If Andrews, Wesley L. Cannon J. V, Ulasgow, Harold Koren, Harry Prince, Mr. LIUIan James \ J
II year the'report,from Natmllerr. with us. Not as large a elected to this office, shall render Andrews Mr. Maud Croft iL H. Uholson, Mrs. Laura",_ KopelousW,' Oeorg* Parka, B rye IT"'-- -.J5. .-.>... .'It,
War Fund Chairman were the beat service of which I am Allen IraAlexander (Carroll ZonaChambers Oreen Mary KidS Mra. Valrle B. Pellum. K. U W \
congregation aa usual because .'ol. capable. Wilma 1.. B. drew John B.Uoodman Kirkland. J. T.. Jr. Post, Mrs.. Joseph Walnwrlght N. D.'
a that the Juniors played anortant so,many peopl being 111.. -u A. RENNOLDa. Alexander Mrs Ada Coli.,., Margery H. Wm. Earl. Kuter. O. a Phillips, Reamer P. Wall W, L
In the drive which Asplnwall. Mr., Mar. Cook T. C. (Uraham W. H.. Jr..ar.t' Kaufman Harry Fender Charles White O. W.Walnwrlght :
part Frank Davis of Lakeland ''Is POLITICAL ANNOVNCKMRNT! Campbell, Marjory B. "''''I". .1. W. Koch Louis W. P.lum. F. J. C W. M ,:

at well over the 6.000 goal. visiting old friends here this I hereby announce my candidacyfor Alvares Mr. Corlne Crosby Raymond Urlffls, Mr. 3. W. Koch. Mr.. L. W. Mr. F, J.Pappa Whit., George C. I
Juniors also assisted In the the City Council subject to the Anders Mrs. Maggie (Chrlstodulou Hperos Uraham Nathan Kuter Mr. Ethel *, Lou I* Walnwrlght Mary O.
week. City Election Sept. 14. I have Anderson A. W. Jr. Cook] Mrs. Anna Rea (Ualney Irma, Kldd, Valrl 1). Psrnell, Kstle White. Ethel M
,uctlon program by makingirments Misses Margie and Betty Crawford been a cltlien of Starke for eight AlbertJulia Caiithen, Ira Urlffls, K. I*. Kite, M. A. Payne, Tesele White Noble RaJ
for war relief, and kit years own my own home and expect Austin J. F. Creek more,. Mrs. Edna Orlffj*, Mr. Ester Kite Mr Ellen ( 'William, T. 8. '
returned to their home In to be a permanent cltlsen. I Alvare S.' 1* Creekmnre. Joab Urlttl'J.Martha Kaultman. 'r. Anna Qulg.ey, ". T. Wall. H. C. .,
f! for men In the armed forces. Jacksonville Saturday after spending have shown by my action a. well. Alvare W. It. > (Cluts W. T. (Uay W. A. L ( Uulgley, Mr'Minnie WLong Whit It'sWinwrlght I j'r
)(n. K. O. Duncan. chairman a. word that I am vitally Interested Akin.. Alvin Colson C. W. Uottlleb, Ham Cornelia Peek n ,. tt. D., Jr. ;
two weeks with relatives In the well-being- of the Angelo A. J. Curry Llnnl Uottlleb. Mr.. Bam Long, T. T. Bitch J. H. Murla I
the Camp and Hospital Com- i here and In the Gum Branch entire community. I was for five Angelo Arthur A. (Colson Lemuel Ureen A. ..J.Adkln. Lord. Eva B. Hoblneon, .. W. Wal. AustinWalnwrlght. .

tee, reported that Juniors hade years a volunteer fireman and for. .. Everett B. Colson. Mr. Ada (mae,. AlnA Long, Merwln Bitch, Herbert C. B. J. '
I section. It months Chief of the Fire D. Amprsies, Mrs.. Ouranla power names, U Long. Lot H3.L Bitch Isabelle Wilkinson A. J.
tray favors for patients InS We were glad to see Mrs.., V, A. partment.. It elected to this .highoffice. Angelo Nick Anthony Carlisle Ruth Ureen Mrs. Luclle H. **. Matilda Ray Olive B. Williams. Nat .
Station Hospital at Christmas I promise to do ltnr.l: Arnold. Joseph H. Cooey, Betty Uray, Dorothy Lewis, James Ray Carrie A. Williams, Louise
Browning able to attend< church p wer to further the best Alexander, Mr. T. O. (Clark Mrs. Lessle Olbn.", .7. W. Libby. L. U RegUter, Fr..la", Wlggln One I
M, and had also collected coat Sunday after several months illness of the people ''he" whole. Including; Alexander T. O. (Colson Mr. Bessie B. Oreene. U C. Lennon, B Hitch Walnwrlght. Blanch ,
users and other Items at the helping I give the best City: Mary Carantsas Bell Uraham Allo F. Lennon ElviS Keglster Alice Williams, A. B. ,
and glad to know that her and the best street Angelo.. Urandoff J. B.Urandoff. .
Allen, T. M. ,AoJ Cook, Leona B. Landrum T. Frank Bitch Mrs. Carrie Williams Gertrude I
fcpltaL health Is very much Improved. to be had In keeping with our fi Allen Charles ",. Cox "nesAllen. Mr.. Mary Landrum, Mr.. T. Frank Richard. HarriettKedgrave. Walnwrlght (Orao
The Motor Corps with Miss returned nances. Due to my recent military Mrs Charles ... Carter Effle Uanlpl. Alban J.Ulordano Long, Richard H. A. W. Wilson. .J.... B.
Mrs. W. C. ''Conner I feel that I am qualified Vincent O. '
experience Andrews, M. K. E. D'1 Lawson, H. Redgrave, Minnie Wilson,_Des Week
r Reed as chairman and Mrs. home Monday from Glendale Hospital to cooperate to the) fullest extent Austin t.. H.Bishop. Davis ** A.. Jr. flay H. Q. Leggett, Ira Ilerigrave John Wills '.U.. Florrle '
m Duke and Mlas Delia Rosen- underwent a with he Armed Force In our B Davis K.' M. lay Mr.. Callie D. *. Ada Redgrave, Lula Warren Mrs N. Annie iIi'Lwl. f
Lw.onl.Mr. .
where she midst. I shall appreciate, y.o u/ rbI.E7il1 4 Lee Ferryman Uang, BolomanUang Thelma L. R."nold.'L A. Warren M T.
arg as members, has been help- major operation two weeks a&o.pro .upport. Bro.ks.c3b.nl. lTbY Ohss. Minnie )'. Miss Ituby .. .. A. 'Warren,* Albert M. "
t with the transportation ofutents of Palatka attended -VAN'K.; CARDEtJIN Benett.'Ot 4 J .. R. F. Goldman, Henry Lurantaux. J, M. Rowe, ClydeRow Warren, Ruchl \ r
Ziegler Annie Orlffla, Howard Mrs. Thelma *. J. B. Jack '
to 1 I H. A.Brownl Darby .n'b. Wiley, .
the Station Hospital, church here Sunday.: CIRCUIT COURT BRAOFOROCOUNTY. **. Etta Davis R. .. Urlffls, Hilda Jtb.1 Bitch, Carl Wlmberly W. M.
id other volunteer work In theme Miss Doris Strickland of Jacksonville FLOUIDAI 1M: CHAN Bishop. Nina R. Davis Lucll ()atiin, Henry L. Lloyd .. Rltch Mr. Ruby Wlmberly. Katie Belle ''I
Service : CltRY. Beasley O. L. Davis. InesDentorest Ooldman. Samu.1B.a.I.F. Lamb. Mr*. Elisabeth nobln.un Blanch Wynn ,' Lottie
Department during attended church at Pine Doris WIlkins Rlckenbaker Plaintiff Oertrud Verna 3. Oeorge. Mr*. Ida Llghtfoot. WI.y
i Is lummer. Miss Strickland vs. Josiah Rlckenbaker, Defen Burn. Edward Dell Damon Ouy; 54.41 : .':i.I'A. B. 1 :;'lnR M.Richard Wail, narr".Le :

The Chapter selected Miss Gayle Level Sunday. daft Case No. 1662.6RDER Burns Bessie. Denmark T. P. Orlffls. Henry Lang Mr*. Ma* H. M. Olady ,
before she left Starke was the OF PUBLICATION Bronka Bertha Denmark P. fl. (Ulover Foster Lang K. C. Raymond Paul D. rLynch.

well as the person to take theft of people's work AND NOTICE TO APPEAR Barefoot P. M. Denmark Emily UIIIIs. W. H. Mr.. R. W. Itaymond. Ethel Ward Mr. Carrie ,
Saving Safety leader our young STATE OF FLORIDA to: JosIah Brockleman. Adgust Duncan K. U. Oallagher C. J. Lamkin. Delard JF. Rabeck Jo.. F. Wltkoskl. B. R
Water at. Pine Level Church. Rlckenbaker whose residence Ad. Barefoot Rear Duncan; Mrs. K. O. Uasklns, 4tirginisBennett LeUrand. F. M. Kabeck Josephine Ward C. F.
tarse at Camp Brevard N. C., meet at the dress is. do W. S. Rlckenbaker, Annie Mae Darby John M. Uaynor Harold Mr. Lucll Roberts, .7. P. Warren, lames Pearce
"*. 21 to 31. Our young people (Father), Cameron Calhoun County Burney George W. Darby Mr. Jean Oomes, Raymond ;J.Hoover Lmkin.Lw.on. Roth Alan Warren Louise i
church every Thursday eveningat Mouth Carolina; and Whose Post Battle I Rogers ; Dlnktns Thelma H Olen Rady M. Weldon H. A.Waldon. t
"We salute all those who have All who are InterestedIn Office Address Is, oo| W. S.' Rlcken Biggs Ethel M. Dlnklns.: : I*. F. Livings, OpleLawson Itady Mn., Corslna Mr.. Mali
oiled! on despite the heat and 8:30. baker Father). R. F. D. 1, Ello- Bryant. W. B Denmark Claude J. C. Mr*. B. Hitch. N. T.. Jr. Olady I.ud.r.r.'l
the work are welcome. especially Fee South Carolina. Bryant lola E. Dennis, J. H. Hay nes. O. I* H. M. Robertson, Mr. Helen Williams, Mary
V* that many more volunteers people. You are required to appear on Bessent W. A. Jr.Bonham. DeDue, Obey H.mln.waJL1": O. Rosenberg, Ham Williams. Palmer
m Join the ranks" Mrs. Burns the young September 17 th.. It 43. In the above Mrs. W. A. DeHue, James Hayes. B.! W, Ltu., Eli a. Rosenberg Fannie Ward. W. J.
Prayer service every Sunday named Court and cause wherein Bennett IK. Durden. Mrs. flussle Hoover Ktti Luke. Wm. W., Robinson, C. K Ward. Mra. Polll
ill "it you are not already and Sunday School every plaintiff seek divorce and ,Maiden B.nn.telElma Dj Dowltng, F.. J. Hoover Ilella Lecln, Evelyn Rubltaky, J. Welder W H. '
"tog some of time to the night name restored" Bradford CountyTelegraPh Brown. Mrs Florence .B. Dowllng. Mr*. Cleone :M. llayne., Hop Lecln Isldnr 'Randolph, Morris WI., C. L..
;your Sunday morning at eleven o'clock. shall publish this OrderIn Box F. H. Dryden E. Hayes. Ruby A. Ln.l.( Edward L. Raynor GuS William, Fred
|ad to of Witness my hand and official Wesley W. I>ou..la.l.Cecil Hart W. H. Lloyd. Mrs. Marble Delia Smith
part Bryant
lta an organization. and third Sunday of each month. -ial at Starke, Florida this Au. Bryant. W. B. I>)..!>y. U>.. 'haa.. Howe, .J. u. Levin, Dave Ro..nb.r.j lam T. Whlgham, Madge ILecin
ae volunteer today. Even one welcome. ut 2lh.( 1941. Ma Denmark, H. O. Hutto i.. .. Molly James B. Whlgham. Mr. Bula
wr a day will help. Call 33 orPLA. Everybody OFFICIAL SEAL A. J. Thomas Burney Newn TVBessent Drucker Louis Hutto. Mrs. L. B. Lake, Ulady JI.r. Doris. Wainwright James R. .
0-1. A* Clerk of said Court. Mr. M.rr.* Drucker. Mr.. Elsie Hutto Edna LaMorte, Mignon ,Reed Sara Wlnkler, Mrs. E. A.
V. C. Hardesty. Daytona B.ach" Burney. William K. Hails, W. U.Halle Lmdeey A. L. Rosier Eli., C. Warren Mr. H. N.
< TffERESSABy Fla. Atty. for Pit. 8T 4J. .-lTiV ; Br..". \tHrS-j Mre.p.fl Davl fcrf"- Mauac. Llnd.1 Mr.. A. L. H WI., Mr. C, I..
.Mis* Jda Haean) 9 DFORO ''Bennett Stan.. .. DukesOurtlsDukes Hartman Albert M Stump F. F. Wainwright Mrs La-
STATEWARJft (, riRrriT. COTHT. KR \ Rurr.lI ""('oWl'-- .. Mrs, Madeline Hartman Elsie Manassa IT. A. Miernuerg, Nat villa I
Brooklyn COt4TY. FLORIUAl ft CHABI- Battle. Mabell Dahmer F..J. Hart Edna Matthew, K. H. Slstrunk O, tt. William, Amos

By E. R. BoovlerM. Mrs. Beatrice Ezell from ...c..ar.s.; Serra. Plaintiff va. ( ar. E>ars..ii.i.. C. O. Dahmer BernardlnaBarksdale Hall A. H. Manning Delia leQI. F. A. William, Joe
her parents / Vlrgl Homer T. Hall. Hhelll Middle ton, W. B. W. M. Williams. Sail!*
W. N. Y.. la visiting: ;n.itiic&la Serra, Defendant. Case Mr Drew, ,
IT Brlnson. T. A. Davis. Earl B. Hemingway Mra. BaralHemingway Morgan Mrs Vida V, Smith. R. H. Whit., flayMiddiston.
"Mrs.;" :J.: 1(. entertained I Mr. and Mra. R. M. liersey.Pit No. MiR: OF PTTBLICATION1AND Rryan Mr*. Julia K L. O. Nol a Scott, Laura Wad. Dorotbl .
th. Bradley Earnla Newsom from Alabama ( NOTICE TO APPEAR Bryan; H. A. :i Epperson T.eona Holtsendorf "...1. US Mitchell, Mr members;. t..I. Wad. Mrs 'C. 'T.
State Farm Ralrt "' Edwards, Wm. Hemingway Annie i iHagan I' Matthew. Mrs. Ida Dewey I
Circle of the his frlend.:3fls STATE OF FLORIDA to: Carmela Brown Z. :? Slump 1v. Warren
ro W. M. Is visiting whose residence address Balsden J R.) ":* Edwards. Kubl Ma. Delia Mlddleton, Msdg $Sllcox] Walnwrllht. Katie
Monday afternoon. Bertha Loper. this week. flcalla I I.Serra.rio Ueter Sralla. (Father). Brown. Ollbert 1P Edwards Mr. Dell Houston Harry H. Marl. Miss Olll Hauls Mr*. Pearl i... I

Baffles Jenkins Walden Tomp- Walter Sibley and Mrs. J. P. 15110 114th Street South Oione Bur..",.'W. C. *,: Epperson W. J.. Jr Holland. Essie D. D. A. tileox. D. I.. Wilson Mrs. I."uraMoaU.thL.Kalh.rlne ,
tlii/ Josephine Dorothy Clifford Jr. *, J. Olenn B.
York and Post Burch Mrs. Hpperson H..nt. L Wood
Whltfteld and en- L. INew ;
Malone the association Park. J. M. John J. B. MarthaMatthews.
Dickinson attended d d a I I. clo Cascade Burke MildredBurke ":dwar" Hall Sapp Wood
JT4 a program of reading and Church Sunday. Office A Cor.r Marcy 5 Myrtle A.... Brence Edwards, Lucite Hall. Mr.. Elsie.Beaver Conway Hlsirunk, Joe B. William.Rdwla L.
Corinth Laundry.
at H. Mr. V. B. Mr. C. H.
"tests Jerry English R. Harrell Mundy. Hlstrunk. Mrs. Grace B
and York.You Lela
refreshments of cake. Mrs. S. R. Swindell was a business Brooklyn New Brown. Mr.. "tell English. L-ona O, Harding, T. B. Manning. W. Hllcox, tt.iena Alph. J.
& Walhal.
nawlches are required to appear on Merrill Mr Maria K. .. -WalterBllcox .
and lemonade. Saturday.Mrs. Rrnwn. W. Randall Edwards Hull. Matthew. K. fltleox,, .
visitor In Starke September 17th.. 19<1. In the abovenamed Buford R. C. F.dward. Mr. Merrill Hayn... n.or.I" K. Mitchell, LuclleMatthew Delia Williams, Edwin

'Mr., and Mrt. Kite left Helen Each left Sundayfor Court and oau/e. Bradford wherein Buford Mr*. IrmaBryant. F.llloU. HI.. fladys Hu.h. IoJmma *, Mr. Hazel flmllh. Junlus M. Wren MarieWilliams.
J. R.
Louisiana afterspending plaintiff seeks divorce. Oscar. Fool ward.., W. A. H.'n. Sara Hope Manassa* .. L Swindle, Hannah Ode O.
SDnclay morning for Ellzabethton. her home in County Telegraph shall weekly publish this Borne?.- I"a **\f*:' E.'war" ''Mr. Carrie narrln.ton Mary Manassa, Mlna $app Mrs. Leon White. James A.

I'enn.r having been called there four months with her Order In next four Iseues.official Bridge*. P. I.. Jj F.dward. I.. It.. .Jr. (tllady Moseley, Mr*. L> B. It.rn. W. A. Walsh Walter B. ,
Air Base. Witness my hand and Bridges,. Mrs. LUt.J., Edwards: Elaine Hunter B. D. Morgan M. M. Thereesa Weatheraby, Mr*. Opal
the critical Illness o t Mr. husband at Keystone: seal at 'R'arke, Florida* thl August Buxton] Jim Estes: Ralph H. Harrl.on. O. I* Clarence It.rn.. Ben William Odessa

ItJle'a< mother, Mrs. E. L. Kite. )[re. Nettle TomlLnson and 33rd. 1543. SEAL)' A. J. Thomas Billies. Oeorg :M. Estes. Dornthr Harrison Mr. O. L. M.lon.. Mrs. Mattie L.Mann Smith W. p., Jr. Williams, Brnescln
(OFFICiAL Edwards. Elvl Hagan John L. Arlln Sllcox] Henry 'Weinstein Alvin A.
from Jacksonville Abe ,
"" Wanda Berger
SIna KIte Blitch preceeded daughter A. Clerk of said Court. Brock.' Edna Evans. Mrs. Orant lI.rr'li. V. B. Mack, J. P. Smith J. B. Welnnteln, Mamie
hem"n several before from were visiting her parentsMr. W. C. Hardesty.PIt Daytona Beach.. Barry IxonaBeaver Elmore Lois Hutchlngs, T. M. Morgan lit,.. 8. 5'. Smith Lula. 'Wilson Frank f).
en home days Mrs. R. M. Hersey're Fli.. Atty. for : 1.11 4t -ITi flusleRaggett. Edwards, E. O. Hutoblngs. Mr. Annie May**. LoisManning Smith. W. P. ,Wilson. Hlldab.l" I
in Jack onvUle. Mrs. T-RT. Oullda II' I.. Vollle F. Sapp. Elma Wynn. .

V- Kite will return early this ; cently. <'r COtTT.riRrriT FLOBIOAl BRADFORD It: tMACENT. -*. -%,...-. Orady.,IV I Futch C. A. Herlong', Dr. .H.BlancheRrownlel. B. May.., James '11.rnber..Ruth. 'WII"m"on. I. L.
Peek W Moore. and Mrs. Kinkier, tt .Jv ,Fernandes.Mrs. Eva Herlong. Mr Mett Mrs. Maud Mettle
but Mrs. D. INathaniel .Jtw.ell :
Mr. Kit plans. to re- Nat) Welnstock. Plain Fntch Verdle S. 0. Manlr. C. O. Strode, Pauline ItSllcox. William Odeee
baln' longer. Elva, Sullivan were businessvisitors VS.. Edna( Held Welnstoek. JD4 "_wnl.*.., Mr*. |yJ..I.! Fernandas. Isabsll. Houston. Mr*. Hilda Manlre Freda RevaMason Lacy Wright. Harvey
Miss In Gainesville last week. tiff. .. 2463. Tsfamle Fraie Annie A. Hoover C. T. MargaretMorel Stump KvelynSaisee. Wood Florence
Melv rna Thornton Is '.nd"N 0, 'Pending! her vacation with her Mrs. E. S. Sibley was visitingIn ORDER NOTICR TO APPEARRTATI' Bradj Vlvnn. VlnrmnemBlnlTuy" MoseHoltiendorf Martlne Joe Searing. Mr. Eunice Walker, Llllle Mae
deter Friday. OF FLORIDA to: Edna rrntehfleM. Cha Fried ler. 'JackFrnlchman. Ethel: Moses, ti. PerklnaSpark Weeks R. A.
Mrs. J. c. Kitchen In Or- Starke visitingIn Welnstock) clo' Kolber. II' Coli.". J. .:,'. i David Holtiendorf Ben Mike *. H. B. Week, Mr*. Larkln D.Touiur. .
Mrs. W. D. Garrett was Bt. Apartment 1, NewTon Canova Eunice UCanova. Ferrara, Frank F. Hanklns. Noah Morgan H. P. Hlleox. I. B.
TMrS" Starke Saturday night. W. 114th T. r"II.Y. Lydia t Ferrara Vlneenso Hunter Eugene Morgan Mr*. H. P. Spark Mr. 8. E .. Mr.. if. H.
Jean* Wells 'of Rlchl nd deeply york. N.are' required to appear on F..r.nee''rtt.Cannva. Fried ler. Lillian Hunter Hlmmle B. Martin Howard Simmons*, B. I. Young, Theodore

iliad. return visit with her Theresa friends are September 17th.. 143, In the abovenam.d Paul E., Jr. France. Frank E.Franee. Hodges. Mrs. W. M.Harley. May., Frances Bllcox. Mr. Olady) 'Voun. Mrs. Cora I
toualn over Mrs. S. H. Dodd. and cause, wherein Carlton. FredCarpenter. EdytheFairbanks. Abhle R.Holllngsworth. May.. John H. Simmons, Arthur H.rmal H
Mr': and Mr*. It K. Orl- grieved Pines Court....k. divorce. Bradford Mrrtlc H. N. JamesHugh Marline Nellie Smith J. C.Starling Young. .
Ier. 'pending several days with who la serious/! Ill In Bay nlalntlff Telegraph shall publish thl* Canova. Olady Flllyaw Johnl P.Copp. Milton MI.. Kat. Mr*. V. L young Wil. PeartYerkes
*8111 laat week. Hospital. We hope she will have Order County In next four weekly issues. *. Maud Flores Frank C. **, Jerome C. Moltt. Mr. E Starling. V, L. Jr. ,
hand and official seal Canova Levy A. Flores Mr. Orena Hlnson. Woodrow" .
Witness my
I recovery.
F Chapman was a speedy


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More PANS it1-QT Cooperation Starke Merchants Can Supply Your; 1 COOyr'EarJaiue0: 1KrlvluHllu;. FLOaIpAI COIRT rr' I e I.

Health Unit ..1 << ykt;
For Health Unit w 1 Case No. 1"63 pper ...1;

:- Asked' By Dr. AbramsStralght.fromtheehoulder Needs ClerkThe I ,Q OTII'E OF Pt'lILlrATIO'' '

Bradford County Health STATE OF F'I.ORIDA; API'tai
i talks is badly in need Lcdt Photo Record r.r.lvln Ho per ,who", t''

concerning and venereal other problem disease( prostitution arIsIng -- of Department a woman clerk, Dr. I. R. A & P ValuesCan't Alabama.d'You are I4etp...I

i ; In. this and all other camp Abrams; Director, stated shorthand yes. Should Be named October Couri 4th.required 1943, ,In to Hi; I,:
terday. She must.know Kept end ? thplaintiff
made at the Rotary *
were BeatParents rr
towns and typing, and should Be ti seeks dlvo.co aM
I' by Major Jamea name ''Utor...
Club Wednesday B",
salary .,.
be permanent. Beginning Telegraph shall
9, Flood, venereal disease control of Bradford III nest four tlbllob Ibl'
and is $70 per month. Anyone Anrrr17 Boys and girls: .the weekly la.u..
officer for Camp Blanding the o( Wilpea.
with opening
interested will apply to School 'wouldn't It be a seal at hand
High NI 01
of the
. Dr. I.: R. Abrams, 'director School boy Flurld
Bradford ,
Church High your It l
the health Unit o n aced i gusbyiar,11943)
County Health 'the calamity' you :to grow up
Clay-Bradford and girls need and deserve (
Street Friday (today) between ) A.
10 and 11 o'clock A. II. best of foods In order that they; become famous -or- grow famous J.An Clerk S. of said Court f

Unit.Major Flood denounced as absolutely might "keep fit" and learn rapidly by not growing up-and find later Fra: Atty Harrison for Plf.J&ck.Y1); )

false t h e outmodedtheory Their bodies must be kept t.a
in life when I
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of old Army days that especially, during the 'u '
administering typhoid and other strong,
the best way to control venereal inoculations and" carrying ron school season, to ward off die- wanted to write about you, that

S'. disease was to have licensed hookworm control. At the present ease for themselves and, their): Let The 'He C. Wall Agency there was no adequate' "likeness"

I'- houses of prostit u 11 o n where time the Unit needs''another comrade of you back. In,, your .high schooldays : e ,

a women could be Inspected at regular nurse" in Bradford County,. ,Dr, Where could you go to find l a ?" That would: be serious, b tthere.

Intervals. This will not work Abrams said. The expense'In greater variety of tasty foods: i Help Plan Your Child's FutureB. j -' 1* only: one way that can S.

because a woman might contractthe volved would be around $2,000a containing larger quantities of the .
that Is havIng
i be remedied and by -
dlseaae Immediately after an year,, and he asked members proper building vitamins than at I May WaruorDKldne
Inspection and pass it on to all the Rotary Club suggestions the A & P Store r In these day H. s_ opens Monday Sep the death of a father who failed I your picture taken at once. )' ActionModem

men contacted from then until the aa to where this money might 'be of rationing "points", and of high tember 6.. Let your boy or girl- to carry enough Insurance adequately I And where could you go to ; t ttrr. I ,, ,
he said. that every school and to provide for his family :. have a better ticenesa made thanat -afar hihiatimpap
next inspection, obtained. taxes. It Is necessary or both-finish- high drirYrisk:of :
to control and count for college. after his, departure. The boy or. the Bradford Photo Shop HOB-throw. heavy .?
"The only way It suggested that 'Dr.: Abrams point every penny then go off to some good ??
venereal disease is to close, aa was put his recommendations to the most. Play safe! Shop at the Later might come a postgraduate girl who is forced to quit schoolat where" only reliable' and experienced of aver-taud the kidneya.and They ail to,.lluTi? V

far ait possible, all houses of pros the club in writing, outlining just A & P, and N. N. Prevatt, mar- course ,at a well-known university an early age and go to work are at work? Why not and Bother Imput-ituaraauau' (
said In that get only; afford it. And Is placed under a handicap that start right; now to keeping.aa
: Flood will see you If can
Ututlon, what he would like for the organization agar you V X.1011? surer<< Danar!
doscrlbLng the effectiveness of to do In cooperating the beat foods.Jerry's you CAN"afford it. If you make he can never overcome no matter album of all your hlhlclWol. .. ..,.h.. dI..n_ puy 0 ,k
of control he to do so. If how hard-working or deserving he tivltlea the snapshot waYT Ton leg pain sweiiing-4p i
the new method further, with the Unit. plans In advance tired,nervoua all worn out
stated that venereal disease' In "After th9! material .Is received you don't know how this can be might be will find you never had so much of kidney or bladder dime, *. "
sight to see fun in life and in later years SrTn.'tlor"11'1'...",' '"
camps throughout the country ha* will down to business and Popular accomplished see Jos. E. Wilson "It Is an Inspiring your t
shown a substantial decline since we what get do to help ad- of the H. t; Wall: Insurance our boys and girls turn out for your picture record will be a' Try Do.,'. Prtla, 1>0<<,
of the J see we can who will explain bow this the opening day of school but un- treasure that gold cannot buy kidneys. to paaa off<< herald' Bwaac
the start program.Dr. vance your Invaluable work in Agency, They have hid awn I
Abrams made a sincere I Bradford County," H. N. Fairbanks With\ Students"Hot can actually come true. fortunately the picture has' another Let the Bradford Photo Shop century of public.Ppro.d/i
the mended by |ratelu! IAak ... 1I
aide take or develop
a picture
and bright your
plea for greater cooperation from i president of the Rotary "If the parents upon the birth not so four nngklml/
individual in the community in Club promised.! 'of each child", Mr. Wilson advises when we consider the misfortunethat one you and your friends have
Unit. He again "would take out a small will Inevitably come to the take How about your Camera
the work of the Health dog"! Here we go ,
stated that be and his staff are FARM NOTESBy Yes that's right. BHS open. educational ,policy .h 1 I. or her homes of these children," Mr. and camera supplies Come In DOANSPllITrom I.s p I

not only carrying out the venereal Monday, and the same old prob education would be assured And Wilson contin u e d. "There will and see us any time. We are

disease program but are also doIng L. T. Dyer County' Agent lem comes up that Mom and Dad the Increased earning power of a never be a more opportune time jure we can be of service to you! "

important work In the schools. have to face every year-the boy or girl with a college education than right now on the eve of IIi i

Blue Lupine Seed Available question of school punches. It would more than pay for another school year, for you ,

IK COUNTY.CIRCUIT FLOHIUAI COURT. BRADFORD IN CHAN The Florida Crop Improvement used to be a problem we should such a policy within a few years mothers and fathers to come ic: where I t

VKHIT. Association has on hand 20,000 say but since the boys and girl after they graduated and started and discuss the security of your Sit 2 I

Ro. C.Chandler Chandler Defendant., Plaintiff V"j pounds of Blue Lupine seed germination have become accustomed to to work""However' child' future. el

No.Hetty 2AH9.OKOKR high recleaned, In even. Jerry's "hot dogs", there Is no continued Mr. Wil "It Is so easy to make sure ,

NOTICE OK' PUBLICATION TO APPEAR' AND. weight 100 pound baga. Can be longer a problem. The only worry Ion. '''even more unfortunate than that your boy and girl will have ": -

8TATHJ-.OB:.FLORIDA to: Batty delivered to farmer at 9 1-2 eta. left during the days of rationing,. the .boys"and girls who cannot go the benefit of a college education 1 .4)' Joe Marsh C

Chandler Nevada., whoa. residence.. In La per pound. I! Is getting enough "dogs" to .0< to college 'bajilue'. lack Of fi. aDd you are doing them a grave ./

f/ea-aa Kou are,reuulred to, appear on This crop U' new in Bradford 'round. $nce'U)are the man.J children 1I injustice if you neglect this duty.. 0
October tU1' 41ln the abov..amed' so-called ''prob! who forced to out of I invite' to drop by our office
? But even that' / are drop you ,
Courtand ..aa**, wh.r.lnLint16ffn County. However, several farmer .1" .
/ -.."k. divorce. Bradford* planted it last year and expect lem can be solved since, if the fclglv:>cho.7<'t, jv.rylye'ali. l because. of or. to call 146", Mr. Wilson said. We were 111011' Bill Webhe.d take iced tea."w1Iha

near forhwaal. 'blissueslWitness I to plant a larger acreage hot dogs are all gone, there are s I' ter'a back: porch Saturday complaining o' mint in It."

WtaTKe.Florida my, hand: and, this official.eal.ah ..IndI'JI'IC'IAf. this year, It la only a soil-build stilt plenty of "hamburgers"nothing of "ham and"chill" of the heat. "Anyway," says BUS"
sCo'ck to aay In A Good Student
; tsmber; 1a43. ing crop, non-poisonous Making
i *) and th \ntedum thl is the hottest day got a right to our own
(()\ SilALA.\ ., J,'Thomas will not eat It, It can be plantedIn and eggs", "pork chops", .
Clerk of Mild Court.T. Homer Bentley oband tint ought to Jean
M like oa record
Florida. October and turned In Marchin "
Atty.. Frank for lAndrum Pit. Stark'.3. 4t 'd4SR time to plant corn or other' Now kids; don't be disappointed Good Health Is serves."And the thirstiest"says body happy.' "

---COURT. MRAD- crops : If you find Jerry's closed during All-Important BIH taking a long draught of 'And from where I alt, a
THISCOUNTY IN the first two weeks of the school 01 r
FLORIDA. Those who are Interested In aMttermtHu: right. n's s small point

Martha lKANtEay"O. Hall.Plaintiff. this crop and wish to build up : term. They are Just repairing and get, School opeps Monday morning. If your child Is'tn' perfect That got us on the subject ofbut tolerance of what till

... their soil and Increase their yieldf ;: remodelling cleaning up better Is your boy"or, girl In sufficient physical condition all we can do thIrst- uenchers_and Bill allowed fellow llkea-and his \
to serve you
W. 2z Hall and Lottie Kelly. following crops should see meat ting ready physical trim to stand the strainof Is to ask him or her to drop in a. how nothing was aa Joy it-whether it's bu e
than when they reopen.
: Dofendanta OF PUBLICATION ,ANDRTATR once as the demand for seed ever the long grind of another after school fora refreshing, cooling as a tall cold glass of beer-la the important

ORDER NOTtCB TO APPEAR will far exceed the supply. Now U year's work f..Of course keepingfit drink or for a healthful dish .of buttermilk Thad Phlbba and il, ,. VHo. argument
OP FLORIDA to: W.Hallallllin. H. the time to. get the seed. Those ,is "a tick at a time", but they Ice cream. Or, how, about hi. for o' cool'...- '
Hall and LotUs K.llv, oo| New Method both voted a glass
Co., P. O. Boa 23. Mont who delay will be left out. i .houldi,by all, mean be in first- noon lunch ? A' delightful sandwich ,treah1nB beer. .Dan .]I11 $. AId tJoe
SCvnirjrM Alabama., .. Sweet Potato Purchase Program class condition when school opens, and a cool drink would fit 1
YOU, and 'each of you, are r t will the out for the %work.. ... ,.,. .
aalrnrl to appear on the Rule Dart : The' Government Is proposingto or they riot get most him afternoon. fJo.f', 'oJ -
In October A D. 1043. towlt. 'Oo, Ready Help of their work"! ; May we say once more that
tober 4th, A. O.. 114:?f, In'th. abovfnammt I buyIweet potatoes this fall at Sain"SEA Ceyyiiji'j947;fla is ng LaLuey P
Court and cause. wh.r.ln If you, ar.e '>In doubt a* to very often there are little thingsthe 660f a
plaintiff aeelt an. order vacating digging time If arrangements cane whether. or not your youngstersare matter with a child that can
and Kittingaelde Decree pro Con- ) made to handle them through Boys "they" say there Is s .. .
(..no and Final Decree of Divorced physically fit to begin a new notbe discovered except under ; FOODS CHICKEN DINNr t
.." nth.r relief. In' the. case of he: Farmers Market In carload shortage of bags for the war ef school term, we strongly advise the experienced eye of a doctor IJ"I h
H. Hall vi. Martha O. Hall, lots. The following prices will be Wellwe're not doubting -
W. ; fort. ;
to take them at once to Do 'not lose with
number,, 1104, ot the record you yourfamily patience, your: sTEAKs' CHOPSDELICIOUS 1
..f thu a b 0 v. Court. Bradford paid! August through November their word 'at all; but whoever phyalolan for a thorough child because he 'II, making low -
County Tel.graphshall, weekly publish\lenue this (US No. 1 $1.15: and US No. 2 made that statement must not physical examination. If be.finds grades in school. He* "cannot do *

; Order. wTNBsH.my In next four hand and official (1,00( per bushel In hampers or "get around much any more", or that they need a tonic to.build his beat work unless he Is In the ., : : IRISH STEW 1I
seal at Htark.. Florida this Snd rates. In SO pound bags, the they would long since 'have seen .
>. 1943. up their sys6ems\, or' any other beat of physical condition. Re- & 'j<( ':
day of September, A. will be $1.09: and $0.90. In In''the knee of your
(OFFICIAL mAL) A. J. Thomas price the "bags" medicine then come to Carpentot's member-when you are in need of -,w TEMPTING, TASTyrSANDWlClIES; t
of .said Court. December and later the price trousers t .
A. Clark where cool .
Pit Drug Store the prescriptions a reputable pharmacist or a DELICIOUS HOME MADE PIES a
( Fred 8... Ri.k..Atty.. ,. '-3 4t I-S4 wilt be a little higher. Didn't you know that BHS will n.m., the; largest to drink or. a, sandwich-or any. of .

open next Monday mornlngT'What the smallest, are' gHren{ the very .the things usually sold by drug -.I ;.';..- a.
do about it?! ) A'-
do you plan to careful attention that they de tores-rcome to Carpenter's where '- "
I CLASSIFIED ADS I Let'seniors all and the the dignified lovely Junior feminine, the serve. 1 fH' ."service is a pleasure". ,- A '& A LUNCHEONETTE I

easy-to-look-al"' sophomores and :In Park; Theatre ,Bldfc, Starke,
i WANTED | TWO EXCELLENT building lots dressed t
the coy freshmen see you
UitUngs on""apartment, hoiwee or for sale, corner Washington A like that? Of course not! Comfo.tVery NecessaryTo

>aomea for rent, located within 20mile. Weller Sts., FHA approved It's no longer necessary to go "
: U. \
.of Starke area. Reasonable. Contact E. round looking "like a last year'sbird : r1Wst I

119 East Call Street L. Williams, 4318 Lemmon Ave.. nest", with the New Method Promote' BestSchool Work
Dallas. Texas. It
w. T. CLUTE.
Cleaners right here at your very '

WANTED-Old phonograph rec- PERMANENT!: WAVE, 59c!, Do door. After a summer vacation y f k, : I
ores, :3c per ,,lb. None with your own Permanent with 1 Mr., and Mrs. E.. O. Edwards With the opening of BHS Mon- Jon't compel them to try "to

;; paper: Phone 179, Pal Mu.ic Charm-Kurl: Kit. Complete brought to Starke with them twor day, all parents who have children "make the grade" at schoql when I

Co. Starke..Fla. tfW equipment. Including 40. curlers ) three new specialists along the of,school age are thinking they have to study In the living tc "t
yr and shampoo. Easy to do absolutely leaning line and opened up last or should be thinking' about room where the family I 1.s talking E 4

: YOU WOULD BUY OR ,SELL harmless. Praised by Monday morning ready for busl- everything that tends to make the radio playing and little

milk cows, "tock'cows, beef cattle thousands. Including Fay MeKenzle 1688. learning a pleasure. A child can- brother or sister climbing up on
stock bulls or hogs get In glamorous movie star. And. girls you' certainly will not learn without study and It his or her knee.

S touch, with J. D. Odom Jr., Money refunded If not satisfied not be neglected. We are' pre Is easier to ,study when he has Give your boy or girl a private

,a Box 217 Starke; Box 204 Lake Koch's Drug Store. pared to handle with'care and modern conveniences. Just be- room (or corner at least), and his
precision your best dresses-evenng cause Abraham Lincoln became own desk and lamp where he or w
Lake a
481 City.
City; Telephone FOR RENT Two furnished street school dresses, and all great studying by a pine-knot she can "feel at home" In his or .. '
market Tuesday, 1 1r
every rooms and furnished apartment. the rest including your winter fire is no reason the boys and her own study! "And. while we
2:30 Thursday 1'.r
Lake City. :2PM.; every 1644GOOD Phone 94. tf coat: and sweater Let us have girls of this age cannot be great are on the subject" K. N.. Jackson r. 1 j ,

Palatka TWO your dry cleaning. We are sure If they have'' a good floor lamp ; manager said this week "re.> G R bw
WANTED- eo-gaiion capacity '
Shire and a good writing desk. member that children
FARM FOR RENT- condition to please you.Smart cannot
1' ,. used (but in good
About 10 ml. west of Kettles. Among the many things that do their beat work unless they
crop. ) Syrup Cooking
may be found at the Denmark get a good night's sleep and rest
Starke Long Bridge 2 1-2-
near See or write A. R.,, Moore Rt.
Furniture Store that would 4ere
acre tobacco allotment. Possession 2. Starke. Fla. Itp JewelryAt help every night. Come around and
ef house Jan. 1-Ida J, make studying'and learning a let us show you the sort of bed

Merritt. 8-13 4tp FOR RENT-4-room house with pleasure to'out' boy and girl that will guarantee a sound sleep .
are just those things-a choice of until Let -..,
lights, near Farmer Market. The STAG morning. u* meet your
HOUSE! TRAILER: -Unusually\ attractive See R. A. Newsome,:333 North floor lamps, and writing desk furniture needs!"

18 ft., Venetian blinds. Cherry St.. 'ltp

1 L. R Bristol, 234 Roux St., Boys and girls, do you want election of those adorable charms I. a suit "for an absolute divorce. "
Gainesville Fla.. Phone J46-J. LOST-key chain containing 7 the that It In the belief of the plain .... ." I
t to: be late at school Monday, for your bracelet collection so tiff that the defendant Anna '. ? ,;<:\ <'< .", .. I
1' 8-27 2tp keys, with I tarn Wm. A. Powell". Please ) had better go to the STAG and 'college girls. Priced right or country other than the Stat of
TOR SALE--4 cottages completely return Bradford County Telergraph. you Florida, that th* residence, domi U:7S $/
'S furnished, electric lights and and buy a good watch. Some day too. Come on in, gang pay. us cite and addr... of the aald de
lip .
a fondant '
: when you walk in late and your a visit!. particularly a. the
water 3 acre cleared farmland same I.I known to the plaintiff la
and coops ready for chicken WANTED HOUSE OR APART. teacher reprimand you like for the It.you'don.t aa there above I I. no shown person and In atated; that The railroad of America are backing Industry to the limit!l1?: :

I *, all under good fence. Good WENT. Mrs.H. A. Carlton his want to be and f' of Florida the service of the a Stat nuB- of --. Only the close coordination born of a totwa"lioii
income Apply Angeto's Place I been appointed to an''attractive man to the popular song po.na dpon whom would bind the could result In the extraordinary achievements of trsnspo'

Starke. Itp position in Starke- and Mr. and merely say. "I didn't. know what I aid belief defendant of the plaintiff and that that It I la the Induatry line the war bcgaa, ,te Ia
Mrs. Carlton are very anxious to (Ime it waa". defendant la over the age of* For many years the Seaboard Railway has reeGpleed
HOUSEKEEPER WANTED _I I secure a desirable house or apartment "There U no longer any excuse I' (wenty-on year.that ." pendenc of Industry and transportation. On theme wtohe!<' *

Wblte or colored. Must be ex- here. Anyone knowing of for a man or woman, boy or girl, ----u the 19 defendant, ORDERED that the welfare of the railroad depend PrMPf'j "f

perienced. Two in fa 01 11 y. such living quarters available will lot having the accurate time at on.the fit* an appearanceto Anna herein Frank patron for the economic, the Seaboard has been working 4th. development of the territory
duties $20 week.-LJnd- my hour day or night", Mrs. dar of October.141.. of pee
please call Mr. Carlton at phone the Bill ef Complaint of the The Seaboard's interest extends beyond the location /Pb,
Oriffla, 1-. ml. north on barter, manager of the STAG War Bowkisr .. *
sey 29. Commodious comfortable Iw hsedse'.....; agtalmtaherr thedCIrcultrbu It Is equally concerned with the SOCQM* of all Indu try % t
Road 13. Itp bedroom with large clothes) closet aid this week. "All you have .- .'... In and for Bradford County. Flor t IJne.lta policy Is to provide adequate service sod to dJ"1lJj 1
and convenient bath will be.considered to do la to pay us a visit andre JO Ida *n the 2nd., dar of Septem rates on raw materials and finished products to enable
SICK MRS. PEARCE 303 W. It nothing else la avail can fix you up with the latest .. ber. 143, and that this Order be to compete with similar IndurtrlalrbetMY located m the *"
Madison St., for Individually designed hing In a good time-piece". THR rmfcvrr COURT or THK published In the Bradford County ebewbere. -
able. IIIORTHo.C.AL CIRCUIT Of Telea-raph. a newspaper puhllahed d..rl
brassieres and supportsfor And girls.we have Just re- ri.nniDA. ANn FOR IIM"II. In said Bradford County, Florida, Remarkable procreu baa been made In the Industrial( ; to : !
hernia. post operative FOR SALB-Pulpwood stumpage. dived; a huge selection of new FORD COCSTY.:'; in CHANCERY one week a before week the for four consecutive of the South In recent years. Present Indications point

ptouls, mater pity sacrollllac -Lindsey OriffU., 1-4 mL northon oetume Jewelry being featured by Francis EMwara. Zl.*l.r.. .d In this Order and return Notice day atat expansion In the work period., ? r&
sprain and general posture correction Road 13. Itp the smartest magazines-Vogue, PlalnNI'v. WITNESS my hand and the seal Seaboard will In the future-.. In the paat-
ItpTOR of said Court -this the Snd day ,.With Indust -*
larper's. MadamoUelle and oth- Anna Frank'oZI."I.r. .f September 1(41. In the Stat
DvfcifdanL.THE -
Hundreds of novel earring, and County aforeaald.
KENT-4-room unfurnished LOST-Red saddle horse. Anyone era. : 8TATIT OF' FLORIDA! (OFFICIAL REAL) A. J. Thoraaa
house, 4 mi. north of town on seeing or hearing of him and you need these to wear with TOr ANNA FRANK ZIEOUERIt Clerk Circuit Court. Bradford
Mc- I please notify F. J. Shaw. Law. your up-aweep hair-do a MUST apprarlnafrom, the plaintiff County Florida. **CJC RMtw
Lawtey road.-Mrs. T. J. worn. Bill of. Complaint on file Frank R. Greene Solicitor for TMf ATTACK I
Zntyre 631, W, Madison Itp _toy Fla. Itp his season. Also a brand new la the above ..htltl.d: -cau.. which plaintiff. '4 It 10-1.. will WAR SONOS Oo.f Aa,.+e+ ....... .MJ f /

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