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: October 22, 1943
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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System ID: UF00027795:02825
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-I I ri.Sept 28acs b7 PeT;p r ecreation Trading Camp Blanding Center and ; BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH Sweet This EE '

,of pr Official County Publicatidn'E.tabliahed', In 1877
OU')1M __ _u___ _________ t

op0R ") Negro Woman THE WINNER Double Trouble Drive To Save

10 Days Victim of "Spell" Dyer's Office BUS To Meet For Two NegroesA. ,

A "strip tease" act that wenta D. 'Early' Brooker negro is a
Old Tin Cans
To Arrange Will Clear BaldwinAt
little too far took place shortly In the county jail charged with

before assault with intent to murder
noon Wednesday when a

ir E Exhibits' negro woman, subject to '"spells"a Farm LaborBy Park TonightThe William 'Milton, another negro, To Start, SoonAfter'

completely undressed on t h e who is also in jail charged with

northeast corner of Call and assault and battery on a war-

I Weldon president of the Thompson Streets. I L. T. Dyer!' County Agent Bradford Tornadoes will rant signed by Early.It many months of "talk"
Lord County Fair Association. Employes of Shafkln's military try to make it two In a row tonight about tin cans a drive to salvage
ode the public that the Fair store and onlookers were so dumfounded The Congress recently passeda (Friday) when they meeta seems that Milton hit Early them Is almost ready to beginIn

Inly 10 days: off. Those whoto when they saw what was bill creating the Manpower scrappy Baldwin .1 e v en at with a table leg in a scrap several earnest In Starke and Bradford

enter an exhibit of any going on that no one thought to Commission and making the Agricultural Bradford Park at 8:30 P. M. weeks ago and last Saturday County. Farm Agent 1. T.

v An should get it ready without call the police. During the disrobing Extension Service a part Advance Information regarding: night the latter with a Dyer, county salvage chairman
of It to handle the farm labor double-barreled shotgun in hand announced this week that L. A
While there will be no process she got In and out ,! the visitor points toward a real
$10Bao y otherwise problem. This makes the county hid in a field,about oO feet away Rennolds has accepted an
|t try or livestock of parked automobile several 'I tuftale., Baldwin was defeated by appointment -
Bradford County Fair Is ex- times and see med extremely I agent's office a, kind of clearing Lake Butler by one touchdownat from a beer joint where Milton to head the tin can
house far farm labor was, and hit ,him In the face with drive Stark..
I receiving in '
1 to be the moot Interesting nervous mumbling to heraelf and the outset of the ,"all on. but No. 6' ahot. '
beet attended yet to be held. clutching at her hands It was requests for workers and applications all who Raw the game had high Although no definite startingdate
In Is the third year the local said I for those who want jobs praise for their ability. Sheriff A, O. Andreu happened has yet been announced. Mr.
has with a view to placing the right to be in Brooker at the time but
Post begin
Legion epon- Rennolda tt> -
dean urges everyone
After the last article of cloth- Coach Hobbs' boys will be In
the when he reached the scene of the
man In
although none right place. tin at 'once.
ij the Ing had been discarded. Including full strength tonight with all saving can *
field The Fair will Every few I receive shooting both negroes had run Cham A. has
last year. beads shoes and stockings, the days along regulars reporting for practice Mayor Darby given
Ibeld the first week in No- deranged woman finally put h'er list of the various jobs In Wednesday and Thursday. Fans I away. Early was later arrestedat assurance that the city garbage
r-Monday through SaturL. dress back other c on and went off car I witnessed Newberry ,
T Dyer County Agent rying needed for work on vegetable last Friday well ex- 'law and his gun, containing one up the cans when the drive getsfully
underclothing, etc, In her game may
airman of the Exhibit CQm- hand. farms dairy farms grove work ,' pect our boys to pull a few more empty shell and one barrel still under way; .
loaded with No. 6 shot was found
woman has "spells" like under the back
will be agricultural work. This week
products Baldwin housewives to
Agricultural this quite often according to Inform tonight. are urged get cans
luted by the farmers and t ion there are listed requests for over ready and store them 'In a dry
a another
given by
loui merchants will enter all 2,000 workers In about 10 counties place until they can be moved.To .
Board Announces
negro woman who wad passing U S Takes Land
I, of exhibits. All, exhibit in Florida. prepare them properly remove -

be shown In community, I If there are workers In' this SgtT':' Darrell Hedrlck. 3rd TAC I Selectees Taken the label wash the cans

jtht, and will compete for both I county who are not needed here AirField then step on them, mashing them
[community and the Individual by.Scrap Drive at present and wish to take a Squadron, who*Keystone" wad! the greased Army pig The local Draft Board has released For Negro Units flat In order to take up as little

rd. No person may make job In another county they should contest at the USO-NCCS Anniversary the following list of namesof space as possible. Put them In

E than one exhibit In the lamer apply to my office for free transportation Celebration'last week. men who have been InductedInto I boxes and store In dry place "It ,

i entry. to the job that Is military. lervlce since Sept. Under date of Sept. 24, 1043. Is desirable to remove both end,
Now Under Photo by St. P. J. Ruby
['0 fees will be charged for Way chosen.,, It the United States of America, In but, this. 1s not necessary unless .

cultural exhibits and all Also, any farmer, dairyman, White order to secure land upon which you have the facilitiesMr' ,Ren- !i'' '
stores Robert Green .e Winston Mirel Bethea, Kenneth nolds said.
naval other
water and material for operator or f
IJ, the Federal Public
Housing Authority -
Progress being made In the Marlon Harrington Donald Leon "
will be furnished. How-I employer, of Agricultural work. Home On Leave Tin cans are 99 percent steel ,
collection of scrap as our part In Keys: Clifford Got tberg, Therl could erect 18 0 negro J
the community must be re- ers should list their requests at and their salvage Is vital to the I !
the national salvage drive gets From HospitalCpl. Jack Oreen, H a r old Nevaughn units
family for war workers in
ible for erecting and pre- i my office for the kind and number war effort, : .
under way L. T. Dyer, Chairman, Crutchfteld Curtis Clair Colton '
of workers needed stating th_ 'Camp Blanding instituted -
and area
booths arranging ex-
tog Associated with Mr. Rennolda. t
announced this week as' favorable and .< Robert G.. ,Green, wearingthe Bennett Louis Wilkinson Jr.. William : '
|t& All exhibits are the propof wages paid, housing facilities Condemnation proceedings or In the drive will be Rev. C. H.
reports began coming In from Purple Heart, decoration, Thomas Murrhee Harold
other Information An '
the person making the various necessary "judgement on the declaration of Allen and his Boy Scouts, Mrs. \
parts.of the county. Willie !Sapp! Donald Stuart Rub.*
[(ibit and<1 no exhibit from out- effort will be' made through this awarded for wounds received inaction Lemuel Colson and her Girl

i Bradford County may comt The plan of the salvage com- office to find workers to fill returned! home Sunday ensteln. Pledger Washington taking". Scout, and Mr. R. F., Demorest. c qrepresenting
mittee for the collection of scrap these jobsMethodist I Oalney Floyd King Leland Bryce It decided upon two parcels of 'd)
for prizes. If any particular than the school of the
metal and rubber Mr. Dyer says, after more a year on Sponholtz, Benjamin Fran kiln land all in section 21, township '
does not an ex-
la for each family to collect the South Pacific''' islands and several OrlfflB, Nealy William Wallace 8 south, range 22 east, just outside county. I
t at the Fair, any, Men Mr. county chairman 'I'
scrap about the place and bringor months' spent 1 ji hospital In Colored of the city limits of Stark '
that community may place
throughout the
send it of the schools. With Washington Chambers Robert northeast of Reno to urges everyone :
| exhibit In t hat of another to one Organize Australia and In the O'Reilly belonging county to tin can
prepare prop
The scrap will be piled on or near Byrd. Eddie Parnell Louis Tom- Mattle Powell 'Oahagan and
unity and compete for an Anderson As HeadJ. General Hospital S p r Ingfield erly and haul them In boxes to ,
it stated.. the school ground and later' will mie Cromlty, Henry Brown John others The first of these parcels I j
(rtdual prize, was Mo. the nearest school house where
be ,hauled by junk dealers. The Hlllmon, Henry Clay Jackson.Max.y contained 0.603 acres, and
fag will be done, by State L.. (Sam) Anderson. was Receiving serious leg injuries they will be, taken care of., ,
school will receive' pay for' the Moore, Leonard Smith, the other consisted of 9.549 acres.
tural workers from outside elected. president of a new organ when a "daisy | cutter" (small Mrs. L. A, Rennolds has accepted 01k
I County, ,,and: all. individual scrap when, It la, sold,.. ization' of the men' of the Methodist -I type of 'bomb'1tpl0decl'within' ,Handy Washington..Kelly Hall i. Hudson George or 19.201 acres In all. the chairmanship of the J'

I county exhibits will be judg- There Is' a great need for tin Church effected Wednesday I 26 feet of his tent, Cpl. GreenIs Tucker, Tommle W. T. Clute, local realtor and fat-saving committee and asks ",

jfor first, second and third cans and Mr, Dyer says that night following a supper In the I now abler to walk with only Lee.The Jos. g! Wilson, real estate and that all housewives cooperate by i,

sit Many prizes will be of. every tin can should be saved recreation building to which all the aid of' a cane. The most following registrants were Insurance man, went over t h e taking their surplus "fats" In
and turned In. To save cane, as ordered to report for Inductionon two months with C.
men members were invited as serious wound was from shrapnel acreage ago clean tin ,cans to their nearest I
M. Beastaney and his soon as empty clean, remove guests of the pastor, the Rev.G. which cut deep Into his left October 18: B. Carrigan. regional land ad- meat market. All restaurants :

dlaney Greater Shows"* will label mash flat and drop Into a C. Powell. ankle and after spending a Resale Ralford Thomas Richard Visor from the Atlanta office of and cafe owners are urged to :

lah the entertainment for the box which Is kept In a dry handy Called simply. Methodist Men month here with his parents, Mr. Rueban Crawford Ernest Garrett, the National Public Housing Authority help out In this Important drive '

ion The Fair will be held place. Bring or send the box of the new group elected C. E. Hern- and Mrs. Adam Green, he, will Horace Hersey VarneB Harold and assisted In selecting to the best of their ability and

a i high and dry place-on the cans to the school or to the place wall vice-president, Jack Halle return for further treatment at Arthur Bishop, Jr., Judaon Pierce and appraising the property. The Help make explosives to blow the I

estate just south of the where they may be kept In a dry secretary' and Henry Godwin O'Reilly Hospital.In Revels,, Archibald Johns Thomas, value placed upon It was $1- Ax la'off the map!

railroad and west of Road place until trucks can pick them treasurer. The executive com- addition to the Purple Jr.. Hellbron Waldron, Albert Pre 620.10. or $100 per acre. Workon Up to the present time the y

|!1m the south*end of town. up. mittee will consist of these of- Heart Cpl. Green wears the vatt Willie Hanes Grlffla, Horace the project began two weeks A & P store ha been the only :

"The collecting' of scrap metal ficers and three additional mem- Good Conduct Medal and the Eurle Taylor James Delbert ago. one In Starke that has collected

Sallie McEver rubber and tin cans is just one bers: Sanford E. Rltchr James American 'Theatre decoration.Two Casey, David Con e r 1 y Melvin "fat'; but It Is hoped that every
s. I
way we may help to win the Richard Wainwright and Julius stars Indicate that he has Ray Net ties, Ovln Lee Edge Lots Change HandsA market In Starke and every one

| 1'1. Sallie Loughrtdge McEver, war," Mr, Dyer says "So let's L. Thorn. The next meeting of participated in two major battles. James William Patray, Jr. In the County for that matter,

died at the home of her make the piles high during this the group was set for Nov. 16. He was engaged t n "supply" deed recently recorded In the will make It a regular practiceto

ier, Amos Loughrtdge near drive Highlight of the evening< was work and saw service,,on Caudal- Junior Red CrossJunior office of the Clerk of the Circuit help out In the war effort to

lion, Ga., S u n d ay morning an Inspirational talk by DeWitt canal, R.ndova.andMunda. Court reveals the transfer of two that extent.
17. Mrs. Annie AlvarezMrs. Griffin of Ocala, district lay Red Cross activities for lots totaling 120x100 feet, from

McEver had lived at Gra- leader of the Methodist Church, the year will continue next week Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Redgrave to KindergartenTo

for the past 30 years and Annie Alvarez, 69, died who stated that the great need Benefit Show with a meeting of the county- their daughter :Mrs. Joe Martinea. .

I while on a visit with rela- Friday night at the home of) her of t the church today Is ,man- wide committee of the sponsors This property Is on Laura Open Here

S i In Georgia. daughter, Mrs. Thelma Andrews, power. He ,described the great for the colored schools. The Street just east of the residences ,

lie Is survived by her husband In Starke after an illness of two revitalizing force that would re- At Florida Soon meeting will be held at the R. J. owned by W, 'A. Gay and A private Kindergarten for
T. McEver, two brothers and weeks. sult If the men of the church E., colored school In Starke on Orange Lines, Inc., and was a children ages 2 to 6, will open

i listers Born In Union County (thena would put their shoulders to the Thursday Oct. 28, at 3:30: P. M. Monday.. October 23, in ,the Brad- t
wheel In an all-out effort to The colored schools have showna gift.A ford County High School room
neral services were held in part of Bradford) Mrs Alvarezwas Tickets will soon go on sale few months ago( Mr. Martinez
too bring the church closer to those fine enthusiasm for this work, which was formerly used by the
Monday morning at 10:30 married 43 years ago to at $3.30 per couple for the pre- purchased from the Wolfe-Mc-
ock i and burial was In the Arthur Alvarez and had made who need it.Following. miere showing of "This Is The and plans made at ,this meeting Leod Construction Companies the W. P. A. Nursery School.

ard I Cemetery' near there. her home in the Rising section the delightful supper Army" at the Florida Theatre, should result )In some worthwhile small house which they had usedas Teachers will be Mrs. Ruth ,

e has many friends In Brad- ever since. which was served at a long Thursday, Nov 4 at 8:30: P. :M. projects. an office near the Seaboard Norton SturgUl and Mrs. Marlon ,
I County who learn T-shaped table, Lt. Paul Hilliard and moved It to the center Dovedytls. Both are experiencedin
grieved to In addition to her husband, Entire receipts from this showIng depot
her death. she is survived by two eons Tate and his wife, new arrivals In will be turned over to the Adkins To PalatkaCircuit of this property. It was re- Kindergarten work. and Nursery
some fine entertainment School
Starke. provided Relief Fund modelled and made Into twq
and Williard Alvarez; Army Emergency
Alvarez This kindergarten will afford t ta
Lt. Hilliard sang
announcement Judge A. Z. Adkins sleeping rooms. As soon as suitable
five daughters Mr*. Rosa Green according to an by
Alone"and much needed center for
t The Library Mrs. Chester L. Crawford.. Mrs. two numbers, "For You" Mrs T,' F. Grady, owner of the Is In Pulatka this week where he arrangement can be made, play
and Mrs.Hllllard all children and.
A pre-school age twill
Thelma Andrews and Miss Edna "Without Song Florida Theatre., Is presiding over court there In It Is the Martinez' purpose to J
read. also them with thenecery
gave a humorous the absence of the resident judge. add to this house convert It Intoa acquaint
JOURNEY AMONG WARcas Alvarez, all of Starke and Mrs. First' Ba.ae'ball 'This Is ''The, lArmy" is the
discipline to entering
by Eve Curie is an acct Marvel Lowe of Jacksonville;; ing entitled "Tonys smashhitmusical 'show, writtenby He was assigned to,, the post by residence and make It their public school.A .prior
of a journey; over bat. three brothers P. S. Denmark. representative groupof Irving Berlin and featuring a Governor Holland. home. weekly tuition will be charged
A large !
thor' of the world. The Starke, and John and Tate Alvarez the men members of the soldier cast. The premiere showIng and special rates will be given :
visited among other of Jacksonville; two slll- and here will be under the auspices to the mothers who will .
h this event, working
taees church enjoyed
Iran China. Free ters, Mrs. Onle Hood Mulberry some worthwhile result, are expected of the local A m e r IcanLe..lon Four Days Without Food And WaterIs take advantage of this opportunity ;,

t[nee, Russia and India. She and Mrs. Mamie Handley Lakeland to come from the new Post and arrangementsare Experience of Local Boat OwnerFour knowing their children are
and talked with General ; and 14 grandchildren.Funeral being made for a stag show being cared for during their

'It h>g Kai-Shek and his wife service were held organization. featuring Army talent from Camp days without food and the nearest contact with civilization absence.

ny Wavell Gandhi and Sunday afternoon at 3:30: o'clockIn Carrie Reddish Blending, as an added attraction. water stranded along the inland Lisbon and 29 miles from Registration will be held Fri- t
others Mrs.
mid' hL who are making the Conner Cemetery with the waterways of Florida is the Interesting the second nearest point on the day, Oct. 22, from 1 to 9 o'clockP.

tI1 1 Informative tory. it I* packed Rev. W. E. Hall of Green Cove Funeral services for Mrs. Carrie Old Tax Receipt story told by Henry A. Oklawaha river. The tall end 'of M. and Saturday October 23,

tI1 detail and Springs officiating. Arrangementswere Reddish 71, of 3118 Post St. Manasaa, who left Starke on Oct. a tropical storm didn't make It from 9:30: A. M. to 12:30: P. M.
Places Imaginative descriptions in charge of Key-McCabe, Jacksonville, who died Tuesday Vollte F. Manning Is displaying 2 to purchase a 26-foot cabin any' more comfortable for him Parents are requested to register -

o RIVER visited. Jacksonville morning, Oct. 12 wer held a tax: receipt dated April 23, 1898. cruiser and drive It home from anchored there alone, and he was children on either of these
rtha REMEMBER! by Active pall bearers were: A. J. Wednesday afternoon at 3:30 o' which was handed down to him .Winter Garden. unable to swim 12 miles throughthe dates as the regular session will

I that Ostenso asks us to re- Thomas Claude Rowe. Nelson T. clock in the Key-McCabe funeral by his father. Dated "Columbia Before he arrived back homeon weeds. "A thousand planes begin at 9:30: A.M., Monday

of one of the richest Green Ben Hall. A. O. Andreu parlors with the Rev. C. F. H. County E. Fla.." on the above Oct. 1, he had some pretty flew over me, and I signalled to October 23.Peculiar: .

OUr country was a and L. L. Conner. Gruagar officiating. Interment date, it says: "Received of George harrowing experiences. It' seems every' one of them-some by a

nueropen eh to every comer Alvarez was a member of was In Riverside Memorial Park. Washington Manning $1.60 In full that Dora Canal through whichhe torch at night", be said, but nota 'Accident
land free for the taking. Mrs. Baptist Church and Mr. Reddlah was born .la for his state".and county tax for had ,to pass, was clogged up : single one paid any attention.
lung author of tells us about the will the be greatly missed In the com- Bradford County June S. 1872. the fiscal year 1808 W. H. N'- so he loaded his boat on a truck' Finally on the fourth day a Clifford H. Allen of Starke.
,. the R a dRiver' late black. Tax Assessorand Collector and took It to Mount Dora where
of the had
and acci-
a peculiar
lived. painful
she i and was a daughter
try which small boat with kicker
In Minnesota. munity In ". He ,also has a 13-jewel: row a appeared -
This I 1.1
novel and Llala Johns. She was he resumed his boat trip 'ridingacross dent In Jacksonville a few day
of three generations of perry Waltbam''watch with gold hands on the scene carrying a
pIe married to I. J. Reddish In 1893. Lake Dora through the ago which caused three teeth to
you can't forget. It Denmark Manager and number In a $18 case which lieutenant and a corporal, who
: and made her home in Starke canal and on out to Haloes be knocked out and made It necessary
o Powerfully and done- both cred- veteran furniture I before moving to Jacksonville was left him by his father. He Creek. The coupling from the were Just cruising around not for him to have 16 stitches )

IRE moving. P. S. Denmark and brother of the i about eight years ago. She was plan to leave them both to his propeller shaft broke in the knowing where they were going. put In his mouth.

It on APOSTLE 1 Is a novel salesman manager of the a member of the. Starke Presbyterian son he said.Recent mouth of Lake Griffin on Haynes They gave him some cigarettesand Mr. Allen a fireman's helper

Sbolem the life of St Paul owner. Is now Denmark Furniture Church. .. Creek and he was stranded there reported his predicament to with other duties also connected

Nazarene.Aech-a u t hor of local John H.took over his duties Mrs. Reddish Is survived by BirthsMr. for four days and nights withno the Inland Patrol and just before with his work with the Jackson.. I''

d in conceptionPefronts store He 4, succeeding her husband. I. J. Reddish; three food or water. Having been sundown the "City of Dora"', vllle Terminal Co.. was coupling'
Oct. Edward
eXecution this novel Ja as manager salesmanand daughters Mrs. J. O. Braden and and Mrs. Thomas told that be could get to Palatka a large boat came and towed cars when the air line hose witha

nil rn1tlcent.: K. N. Jackson months former the man- Mrs. H. W. Dahl of Jacksonville, Lewis. Starke) Oct. 18, boy. the first day he had made no him back to Lisbon where he tied large piece of metal on. the

book HUNDRED NAMES Is for several with the Com- and Miss Myrtle Reddish of Law- Mr. and Mrs. Robert Lee Dicks, provision for these necessaryarticle up at the bridge.A end flew up and hit him In the

of short poems trans ager. He has been Jo Davis tey two brothers, Irvin Johns Stark. Oct. 18, boy. ,. Captain and three ladles entertained mouth. He U taking "tl "

H-Vrl' ChInese by pany 16 years.Mts.the Company as Jacksonville and Jeff Johns Mr. and Mrs. Simmons Stark, There he was with no meansof him with a fine supper for two or three weeks wale he 1 I

'" remains with I Stark Oct. 21. boy. communication: 12 miles from I which was "more than welcome". recovers from his Injuries. *

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fi let
--- "- .. ., Sibley were visiting In Gainesvillelast and )
The h Bradford County Telegraph Twos Monday evening.R. were shopping Henry In and AfI1. 1aJ! :
YOUR BABY 'SSSnthTof I., Batten spent Sunday with day Starke !Sat!
Htabll"llt.cI 1877 Age Mr. and. Mrs. Charlie Gilliard and Freeman

: ''t iAAf MBM .BR.PREssASsOaAnON. ... - --- ----------------- - - - -- family. I' vUle visited his SWindell of Jac

1. Keep" jour baby nursing' / at the This JM. the second in a Merle<< cumcision (If done) wound Mi!*. and Mrs. John Forsyth of dell, last week-end father san 8
,""UI.I'lALEDrroRlALAs5OCJAIJCW. breast. Now that he has grain of articles/ on infant care should be completely healed by Chlefland were visiting Mr. and Rev. Hogar filled\ hla
ed weight he should be fed at prepared by the CbtyBraxlford now. Mrs. Charles Batten recently.Rev. appointment here
F.. L. Matthew.r ____ Editor and Owner 6:00: A. M., 10:00: A. M., 2:00: County Health Unit, Dr 7. When the weather Is suitable Fred Dodd filled his regular at the Baptist Church Sunday n
P. M., 6:00 P. M., and 10:00P. : I. R. Abrams, Director (not too warm or' too cold) you / appointment in Ham pton Mrs Horace Jel'rall orJada
; SUBSCRIPTION RATE M. Do not nurse him for sun baths. Begin Sunday. vile spent the Week <
Lt .may begin
Mrs Andrews, Mr. and Mrs with
ea Yearly $1.75; Six: Month, $1.00 more than fifteen or twenty with one minute and Increase parents, Mr. end Mare w
o minutes. If your baby la not gradually Ben Loper and Mrs. W. C. Loper Peckham.I :

th Published| | | Weekly on Fridays and Entered M. Second !' gaining from, five t o eight
r Office Starke Flat./ ounces a week call your doctoror
Class Matter at the Pont' at TllERESSA
9r come to the Health Depart-
ment. If you think you do not By MU Ida Ilagan I a I '

.... have enough mother's milk we Herbert W. Packham of Rich
Write To The Boys will show you how to make mond Va., was visiting his par
milk from the
more come
ents over the week end.
Senator Cabot Lodge of Massachusetts recently told breasts. Mrs. J. C. Nipper and baby
the Women's National Press Club of Washington that the 2. Have you started orange Juice and Mrs. Fletcher of WUliaton
and cod liver oil? You shoulddo visiting Mr. and Mrs S. E.
total blackout far
boys at the front live in an almost so as I hOL4ae.wase.a
this Trlest Sunday evening.
now. Start with one
the news from home is concerned. Returning: from his trip I
teaspoon of orange juice, strain Mrs. H. D. May was visiting in I
around the world he found that our soldiers abroad don'trecehe ed. Increase one teaspoon Starke Saturday.Miss .

newspapers regularly, and that news from home is every week up to two ounces.If Vivian Packham four-
isually\ personal from families and so forth; but they do you do not have any orange I 3. Give hIm boiled, warm water year-old granddaughter of W, W
juice you may use strained between feedings If he Is awake. Packham. returned to her homeIn
nanage to get some of the sport returns from the big canned orange juice or tomato 4. If your baby needs.a formula, Virginia after spending a whilein 1 ?.,,
ames and some news from the war fronts but that general Juice. Start with four drops call your doctor or come to Florida. A a a f .
.lews is lacking. This all fits in with a recent "soldier's of cod liver oU and Increase the Health Department for advice W D. Garrett of Sanford was .
every week 110 that when your on what to 'give him. visiting hla wife here last week
Edwin I:. Jones and
'for letters" written by Corporal i
plea baby ia two months of age he 5. Give him a' quick,tub bath end. Pepsi-Cola company, Long Island. city jf.
published in his home newspaper, the Portland Oregonian.It ia getting two teaspoons dally. every day. Tate navel and cir Mis. J. P. Dicker-son and W. S.' Franchise Bottler: Pepsi-Cola Bottling Co., of Jacksonv y
is worthy of being passed on to our readers. It Is as I
follows: "A tranquil African night Stars are atwinkle anda

quarter moon beats a goiden path upon the Mediterranean. I

'Tis no wonder then, in this solemnity, that we should thinkof

our homes, our friends and our families.
"There's no doubt that many soldiers on these far- BACK 'THE TEAM !

flung outposts ,of the world are lonesome. Even today many .
enlisted men receive few letters. If you've never been

away from home little can you surmise the elation some

friendly letter may bring to some forgotten soldier
"Mail: call to soldiers on foreign soil is their entertain- SEE EVERY HOME GAME THIS SEASON?

ment, luxury and enjoyment rolled into one. Maybe you've

never witnessed a soldier day after day looking forward to .

mail call yet seldom receiving a letter. A bystander can

offer little in way of consolation, but he may be quite aware

of the mental process involved since he, too!, at some timeor B. H. S. vs Baldwin FRI. OCT. 22

other, has been through identically the same experience.

"In our first few months in basic training centers

throughout the United States we were deluged with mail.

Today it is quite the contrary. Letter writers have

diminished until the mail from home is,' in the main, from ADMISSION

the immediate family or, perhaps, the girl friend!! BRADFORD :

"We are weary; we are tired and there's not one of us ADULTS 55c

who isn't anxious to finish Hitler and kin. In the mean -

timethere is no greater morale builder than a letter. t .
"What about those community friends? How many PARK C ."
community club members write to former personnel? Oncewe .

quite frequently attended church-what's doing? What's

become of.the corner drugstore gang? "1' j. : .1.\\. 8:30 P. j SERVICE MEN

"Simple events and happenings are extremely Interesting. LVL. I I ; $:1m .. "
Recently we ran across a news item which stated 11 .. 30c

more letters were being mailed home by soldiers than were ,

received. Of course, this naturally left the questionarewe

soldiers to cheer the home. front or is the home frontto y
cheer us? .
"Put yourselves in a soldier's shoes, and think Having -
0. .
done this, grab a pen and write. This little touch of .;' ,,' 943 SCHEDULE .. t

human kindness will play its part in hastening home- ,."I, eant
coming." V at

Perhaps the best morale builder the Nation could inaugurate ",I'.{ ., ',' ea

would be a National drive to "Tell Him the News." 1 t, ': y .- Sept.,'24 Lake Butler 13 BHS 18 ofas erof

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By J. L. BARBELL .t. ,. '. I"il "r ;,, '.... .. r 'Wee
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The other morning, over the couple of drug stores and some Oct. 21 Baldwin '. Here. f. ; e.OW
radio, I heard someone singing fancy clothes and catch herself /. 3d
'Two Little Girls In Blue". Now another husband. I wall in the .
that's one old 'song that I sure doctor's office and ,he was Just Oct. .29 Hastings" .. .' ipah
do like. It's not only pretty, but getting ready to take my blood ; : .' Here .
it regalia to my mind a vivid picture pressure. It should have been, ',, :, .' ... ". y.t ty
of a certain little girl In at that time 132. However,. just : ." red
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blue who I then thought (and aa he went to check up, something :' Nov. '5-; Bolles '(Jax) t ,'. \., Here t
... .b
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stlU think) was the prettiest lit. opened his office door and . .. e
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a tie thing the good Lord ever my blood pressure jumped to \ .. "<.."'" .l ( .'. 'e;, ," ash
made. 172. The insurance company ..' Nov.'- H'i Bunnell ..., '. ,,- ', ,-;- -.' a,
I that man remembers turned me down flat! \ .t"J' ,: ; ", ;', ;'" ,,:,1, Here '. ;.. '. ', e ell
suppose every .
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wife's niece 4 n,
Just how his wife waa My was workingYor ; "
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>t l-. ., ,1l'Q.i'' ; ;.,, : '; ..h
dressed the first time be saw her the,doctor as a nurse and she 1.r ui
and there has been a lot said and told my wife that it was beer and >. / ".Nok, 9, Jasper ?" N"' '..:. There :;' :....:.. .,, fed
written about pretty girls dressed moonshine that caused my blood ,'> 'ryil.:' .'. '.:: h,
in pink green, white, yellow or' pressure to sky-rocket and now : '0"{ kg
blue. Now I have been around I the little lady won't let me drink w No v:24. High Springs 1'H' >, :A.
more years than I like to admit, anything stronger than pink tea, : : ere .
and I have yet to read the first coffee and branch water. I've L" ,I
bit of poetry or hear the first tried my best to make her understand .
song written about a pretty girl what really happened, but \. >-
dressed in a pair of pants! It she won't listen although expect
Just ain't right, and I don't mind ing me to pay close attention b
telling you girls right now what when she starts lecturing every .. n
we men think when we see an time she smells something on my SCHLITZ & OLD MILWAUKEE STARKE
r otherwise lovely bit of femininity breath that I. faintly reminiscentof BEAUTY SHOP 3TARKE DRY CLEANERS &
tripping down the street with overripe peaches. BEER r LINNIE FOGG McCULLEY, Mgr wPAW
to hide her lovllneas but What LAUNDRY
e nothing really happened was that r.,
a pair of slacks and a few scraps when the door opened I looked {
of cloth that she has the nerve out and saw a bevy of corn-fed SAM ROSENBERGSON EASTERN AUTO SUPPLY ALVAREZ STORE
to call a shirt waist. lovelies promenading by in various ,.,k A,
Now I have a little advantage shades and shapes of slacks; GRILL' "
over most married men in dls- fitting too well In some places FURNITURE CO. JOHNS
cussing these thing, for'my wife and not well enough In others. ,,i

and her lady friends have scjme- Now can you blame me for detesting J. H. COURTMANCH I .. H. C. WALL AGENCY MAUDE'S LUNCH ROOM
how got the impression that I'm the sight of alacks T Besides r ft- Insurance
a little hard of hearing, so I often SALON You
being naturally ugly, they LADY
hear them
r frills and flounces that are some :lost me that extra insurance I LEI L A' S ae..a

1 times politely referred to as "unmentionables" -,wanted and restricted my liquid DRESS SHOP AND MAGNOLIA HOTEL Wa .
/ refreshments to BEAUTY SALON
pink tea and KOCH DRUG 'STORE
Of course, I'll have to confess branch water! BLANDING CENTERRESTAURANT
that I have a prejudiced mind THE ELECTRIC SHOE '
I when it comes to slacks-a kind A. M. DARBY'S SHOP e..v ,
of personal grudge, as it were. This U a family war. Paty.urW.rBondbuyingthrsugb Across From Park Theatre a'I
I I decided to !f Vir
Several years ago ,'BOB'S TAVERN
take out a little additional insurance ,'t the payroll savings plan cc a GUY'S MARKET A & P FOOD
i family plan,wklch means.... STORE
( so that, in case I kicked H. E. Agent
ore It eat '..... II. TUCKER Sinclair ; '
the bucket, my wife could buy a ,

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e, 1Iat Sat:, Newberry on their own 35 yard extra point was no good. of Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Crosby I

line resulted tn an Interceptionby The balance of the game provedto T. J'Letchworth of Greenville '

JaCQtills. IRADF RD SCHOOL JOURNAL McRae, who came up fast to be all Newberry as they again spent last week with his granddaughter ;

take the ball from the Intended scored in the fourth quarter, but Mrs. David Kelly.

receiver, and carried back to the failed to make .the extra point Dr and Mrs. George Zeigler .j

eight yard line. Fullback Hall which would have tied the score. of Palatka attended church here

carried to the three, and McRae The final whistle found Starke
'y nil g STAFF for Tornadoe's in possession, of the ball, trying Sunday and were dinner guests :
Starke the
Defeats plunged over
Edl tor-In-Chief Newberry 19 18 third touchdown. running plays In an effort to of Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Crosbyand

Jackyvitk ( Freddie Wimberly family. I.
, I Newberry again started to gain precious time in order to retain -
I Co-Editor Mr. and Mrs. David Kelly and
r Fans TreatedTo march, carrying 38 yards in three their one point lead.
w.1 Sewell .
Virginia 9P News Mr. and Mrs. Eston Brown were
I when again Officials and players alike
Biographies straight plays, they
Senior Susie Seesit ThrillPackedGame visiting the bedside of John Kelly ,
tried which Colson Intercepted praised the Newberry boys for
- Roberta Whitfield a pass, -
Hazen Every Tuesday while the different Sunday afternoon.Judge .
Ills NewS _,.__ Marjorie Davis 6 FA Clubs meet during thefl..st Friday ending the scoring threat. their clean type of ball playing, of Madison was
Darby Peek Five plays later the whistle blew and fans are hoping to see more Kelly
I'll ____---Wilkinson----- "There's. something about a period, we have a very good Playing before a n estimated Indicating the half. of these fine eames.I visiting his cousin, David Kelly
Edgar soldier program )in our home room. Different I
and family Friday. :
LI features ... Lola Blecha students lead the devotional crowd of 800 enthusiastic foot- The early part of the third Officials for the game were: ,
That is fine, fine, fine.
ball fans, the Starke High boy
jo Caldwell, Jimmy Davis. Especially when that and many take part. These quarter found both teams unableto Referee. Lt. Splner; Umpire Capt.'
'I soldier turned in an exhibition of razzle- .1
thy Faxon, Phyllis Martin, la our own dear old "Rookie". programs are built around differ- dazzle football Which completely gain, and then began a kicking Kealer; Headllnesman, Lt. Bryant;
Thornton and Timekeeper, Percy Sullivan GET THESPEED
Melverna (Mr. Rooks to you). Creative ent character traits. Last Tues- bewildered 13 plucky little ball duel which saw Newberry gainingthe ;

trnbly Martha Stringfellow Lee Martin. writing class had a track meet day the following program was players from Newberry for the edge. Five minutes after be. PINE LEVEL "fit SURE 1
In of William
Margaret when Virginia Sewell him charge Andrews. last
spotted entire first half of FrIdaynight'
the third Newberry'
right In the middle Srlf-ReUonce Ity Mr. II. M. MrRae I
of a test. game at Bradford Park. started feed-
Editorial Roberta got there first, but the Quotation: "Doubt whom you Final score was 19 to 18 In favorof quarterback
will but never yourself." Roux. Ing the ball to little Bo Manuel. Rev. W. E. Hall) filled his regular
rest of the class was a close B. H. S. Level
Manuel car vied down field for appointment at Pine
Scripture Prayer Salute
Flag ,
fans all over the second.
lions of The Tornadoes took last week-end and dinner
William Andrews; See It Through, literally three first downs on three consec- was
[try are turning out weekly Hear Pee Wee Green's birth- (Guest) Barney McRae; Wishing the bull by the horns as theyscored i utive plays right through thecenter guest of Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Con- .I''
tot their home teams now day party was lots of fun last In the first minute of
Ml (Wilcox), Charles Mooney; Be Ye play. of the line to Starke's 25 ner Sunday. m
football season Is here. Saturday night. Sorry Susie Steadfast (Anon), William An- Newberry lost the toss, and the yard line. On the next play. Mr. and Mrs. F. H. Box and

C y people now look upon foot- couldn't make it, but heard quitea drews. Tornadoes elected to receive, defending : -' Manuel again tried the center of little daughter of Jacksonville

I baseball, basketball, etc., as bit about It. One of the. South New- David
the big goal. the Tornadoe line, and twist- were visiting Mr. and Mrs.
Joyce Lloyd Reporter.
Jemential part of ,education. events of the evening was the berry kicked off. and Cotaon returned ing and turning, battered his way Kelly Thursday t t'a

1st competitive games teach bottle sucking contest' between I to the 25, first and ten through the whole team to cross Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Oliverof Carpenter's' Drug Store

oaviI L of the fundamental lessons Betty Hayes and Bobby Turner. Meet The FacultyMRS. for Starke. On the next play a the goal line standing. Try for Jacksonville were recent guests ;

ff cooperation, fair play, Seems from Halfback McRaeto
Bobby was more success J. O. TUCKERMrs. long pass

I good sportsmanship as well ful. Lawtey was well represented Tucker was born In De- End Berney 'netted 67 yards

Coordination of mind and body. as usual, Paul Dinkins, George troit, Mich., but because her and a first down on Ncwberry's CONDENSED,

Ie who have a chance ,to par- Shuford and Buster Bennett. eight. Two straight smashes
father clergyman
was an Episcopalian
te actively in these games Other "Hep Cats" were Betty she traveled a great deal. over the center of the line by .' ED, WARTIME

, (i learn to play with the team Hayes, Bobby Turner, Collete I I She lived in Richmond, Va., St. fullback Hall resulted In the firstscore. r E1

t as just persons working for Green, Betty Turner, Freddie Louis, Mo., and many other other Try for extra point was

inal glory, but working with Wimberly, and last but not least places. blocked. Three minutes later 1ITiIhh1aIf !

I other players to win regardof that charming -young lady, Miss Mrs. Tucker attended a private Starke again regained possessionof

who takes the ball or Anlce G..een.Have school !In Chicago and graduatedfrom the ball on their own 30 yard l ;

us It or makes the home run. you heard? Mack\ Futch the University of Michigan. line as they held for downs, force

(order to do this one must has been elected president of the She has taught in the Universityof ing Newberry to kick. Sparkedby f ?;csm ,

\fair, for there are many coat- headsup choice of plays byQuarterback
band. Best of luck to you Mack, Tennessee and various other
N tattles for those who do not but Isn't there law Colson, McRae and
a against colleges and schools. In Ken-
B by the rules. Then there Is Hall again marched the ball deep i. y' litbt ,
two offices'Seems ?
holding presidential tucky she was a librarian. She e 1
I give and take of winning' Snookle Johns will haveto has taught In Hlllsborough Highin into enemy territory. The ball ttli Wtttt ,1'c VIPdu
U's always one team that's a rested on Newberry's eight yard kt
tack a sign with her name on Tampa. A 1 together, Mrs.
| better than yours. You may line, second down, goal to go
e door ,
it on her front now that Tucker has taught 15 years In ,
encounter It but not many Billy when McRae carried to the two.
Burney is going over' to Florida.
I : play an undefeated season. Hampton. It was quite a task Since Mrs. Tucker has one McRae was again selected to
hard to win gracefully the ball, ,and scamperedacross How to Cooperate with the
| u as for him to find her house'Friday son In the army, she Is always carry, j t
i to lose gracefully.: This ap- standing to.'bring the score '
night. willing to do anything that will National Conservation Program!
. is not onlyto the players, but to 120.. Try for extra point was I taN
throat help win this war.
Susie sho' got a sore
|those who are watching thee G '? Crammed lull of thing you want la knew about your t
Her chief dislike is "gab". good.Coach
for much depends on the Friday night after those two Hobbs, anxious for all ,.t P Y eleatrleal. eervanta. this book tells yea haw la properly 4 4u.
Mrs. Tucker's main likes are
iude of the spectators. We're touchdowns made the first three his charges to get as much game .. and ear for your appliance la many ca.... appliance
Susie music, ice cream, and teaching.
J playing the game-whether minutes of the game. experience as possible, sent in the t k, trouble are simple, requiring only a miner adjustment
fond of Mrs.
lihe field or In the stands, and wants to tell you boys that you We are all very entire second team. Unable to err i h'a 4' er eimpla mending job. Thia book leUe you bow tow
played a grand game. Let's hope Tucker, as she has a very pleas make then eimple odiu.tm.ats. thus relieving the already
I outcome of the game fa dedent gain against Newberry. :McRae / ) l
a great deal on the spirit I you can keep on doing that well. ing personality.MRS. was sent In on. fourth down, and Y } over.burdened repair dealer lot more serious repair job
luhlcli we enter the contest. 'Hear the football team is goingto booted a beautiful punt which r!, i.. a requiring hw pteaioua time'and killed workmanship.
have one of Its old "stars"back vSapy
wont out of bounds on the New- '
again. Coolidge 1 1 Gassett When your reporter asked Mrs.
bet five line the t
yard as
ry quar-
me EC. News jack from the Army to give "old Osborne "Where were you born ? ter ended. Newberry then started rw ''iroo.
... .
"I FLORIDA couriitv
she quickly answered was ,
when he
Bradford Hi" a thrill their ,only scoring drive duringthe ry
hit, it seems that everyone Is born." '"But where?" Come to
runs for those ,long, long touch-
first half' as Halfback Bo
| u we are about thinking of downs. Glad to have you back find out, she was born in Slverly, Manuel around .....
scampered right
tune: for this column. So, Iwe'I Penn.
with us. "Skimp end for a first down on their own
i / have to be satisfied Before- she to the
came sunny ,
3 "Home EC. News" unless Sayl! Have you seen those rocks old :>0. Manuel again; .took the ball ''l I I I i I
state of Florida, at the ripe
Jewell Johns Is wearing on third around the Bamfe- end and got
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tot these smart students finger left hand? Seven of them age of 12 she lived in New through for what appeared a cer- ii ,........ '
und here help us. York and Nebraska.Mrs. .
kids, hope Susie can do that tain touchdown, but was spilledby t<
i seems that the first periodIs Osborne attended schoolin i
well. a shoestring tabkle on theTornadoe's
Is here Starke later she attended Col-
very busy lately. I ; *
JOTTED Delores 38. Alternating between -
yare pinning their patternsftlie lege In Gainesville, where she f
Creekmore over in Live Oak her store of knowl- line smashes by the full- THE ELECTRIC IANIE illftICTIIC101Ig0A101 TNt ElECTIIC WIWIUfew lint Nis lelaa.a. :l lAM
material and getting ready contributed to
cut: then out. The Margarets during the week-end. Also Wan- edge. back and quarterback sneaks c.::.=:s.c..,. c.N.F .'e.1...:-:.:=- ftiMi:0'I.: I
da T. Anlce, and Freddie Newberry scored In the next four ,,__ .._ c-- ,
*'e made a. Mar- Her main Is to develop h. Nsw ** aw ItaMt WMfcYOUR ....
| great change- purpose .... ,
around Starke Sunday plays but missed the try for extra m-5.' awe rasa W.b wow u_ =;::- 1005 115 eras
I Sapp is making pajamas darting good citizens of the students -- N.rw al.a tN.r_ :: 55MY ,. its
M .Y/w.a fir':'
what was point, bringing the score to
lead afternoon. Say, girls,
of a jumper and Margaret of B. H. S. I
12 and 6.Colson.
matter You weren't run-
the dislikes few,,
Jmgfellow (Is making a dress Although her are
returned the next kickoff -
r ead of shorts. ning from someone, were you? her pet dislike is Idle chatter. / Naturally you're doing all you eon to cooperate our government's .
to the Starke 40 line
econd period class Is making The wedding reception given Her likes are good books maps yard National Conservation Program This booklet is offered FREE to you l''
Lieut. and Mrs. Parkerson and again McRae passed to Bernie service well contribution to the Conservation
see, skirts by and watching people.On as a personal as as a i
blouses and
pa- honoring Lieut. pictures who went high Into the air Program. You'll find it suggests additional ways in which you can t
Wednesday night
2 1943 she mar- I COPYTODAY I
u was
We believe will be July ,
they l'
bride Mrs. Donelson was to steal the ball,, good for 42 help conserve manpower, transportation and critical materials. To
successful. little affair. Peeked In ried to Lt. T. H. Osborne whoIs yards on Newberry's 16. New- I I get your copy drop by our cilice today or see any Florida Power & I t
he third period class Is a lit- a lovely now stationed near Jacksonville I berry, however began to hold, Light Company representative. But do it NOW I fI
the window around at Mrs. Parkerson's -
hlfferent-half of the class Is took
and the bait on downs after
and all lookedso
pg-the other half Is going apartment I could,hardly tell the Mrs. Osborne has taught In throwing Starke for a 20 yard .* BUY SAVINGS BONDS; I I TttMYt * *

(prepare a luncheon, one thaty happy from the others. a, H. S. for a number of years, loss. An at t ,mp ted pass by t
planned all by themselves. newly-weds and Is well liked by the student
Dear oh dear I Almost forgot to
me now ,
making red and blue body.
sine mention the' big Carnival at the
for the kitchen. We'llbe ,
be glad when they finish U. S. 0., Wednesday night. You Senior Biographies ,
who weren't there can't Imagine I Have "Coke"Atild
|we EC.need Department curtains to look make com-oure what you''missed. You should JOYCE ATKINSONJune a Lang Sync

e, have been there to help catch
8th, 17 years ago, a red- '
Kow we hear that the fourth the greased pig or get your fortunes haired gray-eyed girl, later nam- "
ad class has divided Into two told. Maybe you ed Joyce Edna, was born to Mr. -_ t' f ( t
spa also. One half Is prepar- have had better luck than and Mrs. Carroll Atkinson In ,

a breakfast, and the other The lights went off when Waldo, Fla. Joyce Is now 'five
T w she went In the fortune teller'stent. tall and weighs
sewing. We wonder why feet five inches
[7 Gene and Evelyn are al. Gee, "Dot," your futurelooks 120 pounds. f ,

-i' doing the same thing I* dark! Joyce lived In Waldo'the first

1 to me like they're going to Saw Margaret Stringfellow six months of her life and then 4aMC' r

end this semester of Home headed-destination unknown -+ moved to the prosperous, little peL1' 1 e 1 t1.r YI

With_ lovely gowns and negll- with her new boy friend. Say town of Brooker, where she has ; A
Susie had a date I I 11
and you guessed Itthey'r.e by the way, lived ever since. I
1 again for a change. So will see you .
As most normal people, Joychas ( ; /
11. Cook ls so very sweet to around. her likes and dislikes. Her yi' W'' ai S

UP the time and be as Insted Your fugitive from B. H. S." likes are horseback riding, swim- t I

In all of her classes as Scrap pile -"Susie. ming and reading.! Her dislikesare _

Is, She certainly has a time : Her name to be first on U _

or to help 'us all with our Junior Class roll because that usually puts her II

t. In the very front row of the } q f

So until next time- Gee! You'd be surprised to room and ot course you always r_ l( -'R' I 1 Vl I'
'1 who I saw at the game right !In ___ I ,
-B. and E. know have to behave yourself ____ ql( 1
Friday night. Garnjta and Frances front of teacher. I can't say thatI _

War Bonds should mesa C. selling and tearing all blame you there, Joyce. She, a.-- / %/II

t something more to yon thus tickets available. Awl! What a as most people, dislikes conceited [

Jut "a good sound Invest. crowd. people and last but not least she / =, iyI

"*""*."Flmr. It eat y-.e" Saw Lora and Andy. Lora you can't bear to be called "Red."

looked nice selling drinks; same As soon as school Is out, Joyce ..

goes for Elise and Dot R. Noth- t plans to attend business collegeand _

When ing like an Ice cold CocaColato after that, she Intends to

Your pep you up-says I. make herself a place In the business qIr

Back Glimpsed Snooky J., BarbaraH. world. Joyce, the Senior .

Hurts- ., and Betty H., after the game,. Class Joins me In wishing you (
And Your Strength mad with their escorts, also Clarice i success and happiness through I

with theirs.Seems III
Eoe.er !. Below Parr R. and Pansy life. I ,/ 111
...r bo .... .everyone had a date but g
.., auMd by 01'' .../ of kld1 -
-.'onO\lo......1 tb.. pvmlte polwHiiHMemulate. me. Oh well. Just my luck. W. (1. CLEMONSW. how welcome
or to hero
tu For truly a
'root' _11 ...many We certainly are doing well on C. Clemons was born Jan- returning _
a, Sod 1M km..ti otbor. fail tn Tmo?* .imMe: our drinks. Thanks to Mr. Miles .uary 6. 1926 In the neighborhoodof

V You ute metter from the and the Coca-Cola company for Hellbronn Springs where he Hell be looking for the old familiar things-the gang at the corner store, his

|'...."'..**y sorer( ugg.g! ........b., their whole-hearted cooperation. has lived for the past 17 years.
| >5i nnWift.h..J.ohe.l dlun.m, to the gameto school In Hell old room, the family radio. That's why Coca-Cola make such wel /
Ih".Urn. .Slf l-e ..... ng. It was worth going W. C. went to a perfect i I
"lib s.n dburnn, u'I. Mac (Harry James) Futch bronn for the first eight years
.manl... ( t. anEi see come. He learned to like its ice-cold refreshment la his boyhood. In and
:gbh tb.1. dd.rs to wrong with playing his trumpet. and then came to Starke for his camp

( 'bogld' prom Billy B., has already had his last four years.He overseas it helps him make new friends. On his return it says to him. Son,

lIoo't, I. t.eeohu aKdisk. V.. birthday, girls. declares he detests physicsbut

.Wei.0 that ::>*U von totter countrymtde to nly on .- Noticed our vice-president Char- likes math essentials and yottr* tome again. In all the world there's no better way to say AuU Lang Syn j

t 'al h,0....... .... upmwhlnt and William said
p 0 lnvorBbly les Mercer, Wayne S. physical ed. "In fact he ,
bo05', that
"I have than simple American Havt "CoAt"
b..a trtoel and phrase- a :
teeslet '
'f:.!.!.!.1"'.... Are. .> all drug etone. Baker enjoyIng the game "they are the only subjects I can "Coke"r Coca-Cola
""'a,. and dance afterwards.It get any thing right In." It'. narural for popular name

t was a good game everyone After W. C. graduates, he plans tornia UMOII AuTHOiiir or INS COCA.COIA COMPANY i, Co acquire friendly abbrevliv '
r, I did. into the Marines or I ctona. That's why hear I g
enjoyed It and I know to go either you
STARKE COCA-COLA ,BOTTLING CO. I Coca-Cola called "CokepwuThsCCC ".
Says me"Jeannle". Air Corps. We all wish you the

l -- best of luck. t ; ...

( ..r

FOUL: _______ OCTORr- _

II SOCIETY and CLUBS Donaldson-Evans Rimes-Smith' Crosby-Green '' Relief Policeman onvflle the Seaboard, has been Railroad t hI .t.t

.. Lt. Phillip Nell Donaldson and Mr. and Mrs. W. O. Rimes of Mr. and Mrs. O. E. Crosby' Vollle F. Manning, former the police force put batk
-- -- .
- -- Miss Opal Edith Evans both of Brooker announce the engagement nounce the marriage of their Starke police officer who has 'reller gy

State Officers W6man's Club Colorado wire united in mar of their ,daughter Mary daughter Doris Marie to George been officer for Mayor Charles A Darby
recently special
riage at the Methodist Church Agnes to S e geaot/ t Claude V. Z. Green son of Mr. and Mrs. yesterday.
EntertainedBy Met Last Week Wednesday evening Oct. 13. at 7 Smith son of Mr. and Mrs. Vic- Charley Green of Lake Butler <

o'clock, the Rev. O. C. Powell, tor T. Smith of Myersville .Md. Saturday night at 9 o'clock. The .
Local Grove Wtman's
Guestspeaker at the pastor officiating. Lt. and Mrs. Miss Rimes I Id' a graduate of ceremony took place at Lake Butler We Welcome You To Trade
Club on Wednesday afternoon of with County Judge J. R. With U
Members of Starke Grove Su- Foster Shi Smith W. F. Parkerson both of Richmond Bradford High School where she $ And
last week was Va., were the only attendants Commercial Course Townsend, officiating.Mrs. .
preme Forest Woodmen held an principal of the Bradford County completed a Save ''On These Wholesome
Impressive meeting in the Hall on School whose subject was and .is now employed at the Classification Green was graduated Foals
,, Oct. 14 with a joint Initiation "Starke's High Largest Industry". Mr. Lt. Donaldson has been sta Office of the Supply from the Bradford High Schoolin
with Ocala and Lake' Butler. The Smith talked on different phases tioned'at Camp Blanding since Division Camp Blanding. the class of 1943. Mr Green
decorating 'committee had the of education and told of several August. Mrs*. Donaldson comingto Sgt. Smith Is a graduate of received his education at the

t hall very tastefully,.decorated In new studies that he hopes to introduce Starke about the same time. Middletown High School and also Lake City High School. Mrs. Tip Top Super Market!
" golden rod and lavender spikes, In the school especiallythe They have an apartment with of Bliss Electrical School Wash Green; Ja employed as ,stenog
and each team and officer's chair teaching of agriculture Mrs. J. L. Frazee near the First ington D. C., He..was employedat rapher at the Ordnance Com-
was draped with a white cover. Baptist Church.. the Engineering Departmentof mand Shops at Camp Blanding
The Mrs. H. C. Rltcb, 113 EAST CALL ST. STARKE
Promptly at 8 o'clock the Guar- president, short business After the ceremony the wed- the Potamlc'Edison Company, and Mr.. Green has a position as FLA.
presided over a I t
dian, Mrs. Mae' Green, opened the meeting. It was announced that ding guests were given a recep- Frederick. Maryland until the truck driver. I
meeting and the following national the District meeting will be held tion by Lt. and Mrs. Parkerson time be was Inducted into the They are snaking their home FRIDAY'' & SATURDAY OCT.
and state officers\ were Introduced here on November, and that Is who have an apartment with :Mr. Service. At the present time he In Lake Butler.. 2275"No.
- : MlsSjA 'tyiyHolden' ) national also the date for the Starke Clubto and Mrs. O. L. Beasley on North Is stationed at ,Camp Blanding ,
committeewomanand where he Is in of the 1 Fancy YellowONIONS -
regional meet so the two will be combined Walnut St.Birthday charge Miss Anice Green Iceberg
state manager; Miss Amy into an all-day meeting. Classification Department of the I LETTUCE
escort and district Celebrates Birthday
Moore manager state; Mrs. Jewell Bray state Luncheon will be served at the Party Supply Division. .2 Lbs. 15c Head llc
Guidon Grill.. Both Miss Rimes and Sgt. .Smith 'T h North Walnut I
captain; Mrs: :Maude 'Andrews.atate For Anne Manassa" e spacious
musician; and Mrs. Lillian Mrs. Milton Snyder, wife of a are well known by.a large circle Street home of,Congressman and CaJifomia. 2 Lb&I ;;:
Burk national "aft.eniate. Service man, entertained with Mrs. A, S. Manassa entertained of'friends, in their:,respective com- Mrs. Lex Green was the scene '
An impressive* Initiation was musical numbers. A feature of Tuesday afternoon with a partyIn munities. Saturday night ,of. lovely, party Malaga Grapes '-' - 25
held and a talk, given by Miss the afternoon was that the Army honor of her daughter Anne given In honor,of the 19th birth- I (
Wives of the YW-USO served dellclous who celebrated her seventh birthday day anniversary df Miss Anice .
Holden was greatly enjoyed by '
all. The 'entertainment committee refreshments during the anniversary at that time. Daisy Fowler Green daughter Mr. and Mrs. No. 1 Fancy 10 L6d
social harf-hour.; Floyd Green and niece of Congressman -
The small guests assembled at
presented a short program. Circle Met
"Her Hobbles", by Mrs. Eunice her home and went,, in a body to and Mrs. Green. There IRISH POTATOES - 35c
Wilson, and Mrs. Liberty Moore WSCS Circles the' Florida Theatre to.see "Best The Daisy Fowler Circle of were ,18 Invited guests, games ,

sang a aolo entitled "I'll eat some Met Monday Foot Forward." After the show I I the Baptist ,W. M. S. met at the were played, contests were en- -
worms and die". ,.they returned for refreshments. home of Mrs. W: L. Wall with tered Into and a general good Sweet Northern

Mrs. Wesley Andrews gave a Representatives from several I >' 'The birthday cake was pink eight members and two visitors time ,was enjoyed by the young P OTA TOES I I RUTABAGAS

reading, "School girl days", after local churches attended' .thti and, white with seven green candIes present. Mrs. .W.; B. Alexander folks present.
Lb. 6c
which the meeting adjourned and week's meeting of the WSCS 'The cake was surrounded leader led the devotional reading Refreshments consisted of con- Lb. 5c
the social committee served refreshments Circles of the Methodist Church with coral vine and fern. from Isaiah followed by prayer. gealed salad assorted'sandwichesand
to all present. in order to plan for a communitypatriotic ,: {Those present with Ann were: Mrs. R. A. Thomas' read a letter hot tea and at the close of AG eTBONE' LU

and religious meeting to Sylvia Alvarez, Ray H a r r ell, .from a Baptist,worker'who is the party the beautiful and delicious STEAK:
HuntRooksMiss be t held on the afternoon'.of Nov; Patty Walker:, Janet Harrell now the wife of a chaplain at a birthday cake was cut. - 5flcA
tl, the place to be announced camp In Wisconsin. She also .
Sue E
Mary p per son George
Rebecca Rooks daughterof :later. Thorn Emma Jane Canova Jimmy read an article ,about the work Hayes Sells PropertyUnder Grade .' I
Mrs. Enoch Marvin Rooks and The president Mrs. W./G.'Halle; among the Chinese and about' a "
the late Rev. Mr. Rooks became presided over the business*'**** Warren Norma Canova Chinese boy who was educatedin date of Sept. 25 Tax ROAST BEEF (Rib Cut) 33cLc
the bride of Paul J. Hunt in a ilon. As next week Is desigjtat- 'Ijatsy Hall, Hollis Knight Jr., this Country, and became a Assessor E. W. Hayes sold lots ,
ceremony performed Sunday aft ed as the annual week of pfayer, tndra Tarratus Patsy Dew:,, missionary to China 6 and 7 of block 4 In Lincoln 1

ernoon at S o'clock In the First 1 t was announced 'that"there iwllle arian Harrington, Botavla Richdson The next meeting will be with City a negro subdivision a short Rib-Beef Grade A ChuckROAST

Methodist Church of Gainesville.The > a prayer service at the church' Henry Manassa, Jr., Mrs., W H. PerWis(! ;, ,The.,meet: distance south of Starke, to Car t
bride's brother, the Rev.John on Monday afternoon", Oct. 25, all I. ing closed with prayer by Mrs. rie Reason. The deed was recorded STEW I
James Rooks of 'St. Petersburg 1:30: o'clock. r[muddy Richardson Mrs. P, H. Hough after which the hostess in the office of the Clerkof Lb. 22c Lb. 30c

officiated. It was announced that Miss lt anassa, Mrs.: T, F.' Grady, Mrs. served a salad course ,with hoi the Circuit Court on Oct. 6. .

The bride given In marriage Amy Coburn secretary of sup-,I" S. Manassa. coffee. ;' The consideration was $100. Mr. SWIFT'S L6'
by her brother E. Murrah Rooksof riles will be glad to accept' Hayes said It it the purchaser's

Alachua chose for her wed money given her to be spent for Ladies AuxiliaryThe Lawtey MethodistSunday purpose to build a home there. Clover Breakfast Bacon 37c
ding a two-piece suit of powder needed supplies to be sent to suf- ..
Mr. Hayes has recently sold 11
blue crepe with which she wore f erlng civilians In war-torn, areas. Ladles' Auxiliary of the School ,10 A. M. Morn-
black accessories and an orchid Mrs. I.) P. Shepherd conducted Presbyterian Church will meet Ing Worship 11 A. M., subject lots in that subdivision to seven NUCOA PARKAY Lb.

corsage. a,, devotional service reading a Tuesday night. Oct. 26. at 8 o'- "Joy Unspeakable". Evening different colored buyers.the or --26c
The late Rev. Mr.: Rooks at one Icrlpture lesson and talking onhe clock at, the home ,of Mrs..B. C. service 7:30 P. M., subject "The
time was pastor of the Starke ti power of the holy spirit. Miss Holtzendorf. Mrs. Chas. H. Allen Heavenly Vision."-Herbert Haz- entire creative writing class Dromedary or Stokley'sGrapefruit 2 No. 2 Cans
Methodist Church., olive> Ray reviewed an article onhe will review an Interesting ,book. zard, pastor;, ran out into the hall to greet

The bridegroom Is the son of ti need of our help In educa- .-. ----- him, in spite of the fact that they Juice '-; '- -oo 25c
Mrs. T. A. Hunt of Starke and ti lon and missionary work. Mrs. were supposed to be taking a.

at present Is a private in the G. C. Powell read a letter from : test! ,". ,
Army. Mexican woman, who expressed Carolyn Callstreet ({

af er heartfelt thanks to the WSCS ; Warning to Men Folks! j It Giant P & G or Oct. Soap Bar 5c
Week of PrayerOctober or the education she had received r you own a pair of trousers with ,
i n the United States. This Mexi- a patch on the seat you'd better
24-30 'in designated as c an woman is z now a missionary -- -,- ---_ ...- --. -.- -.-.--I-N not 'wear 'em for the next' few ielloggs 2 Pkg9.

the annual Week of Prayer and a nd nurse In Puerto Rico. Well folk Call Street took could get' Into the ,room '. days or you might land In jail
Self-Denlal by the I Council of the Representing the Red Cross, on a slight atmosphere of Old Personal nomination for the most on circumstantial evidence .' ,. CORN FLAKES .. - .. lie !
Woman's Society of Christian [rs. Edward Bums told the Home Week this week as Cool- pleasant and efficient waitress in It seems that Hilda Carleton hada .._
Service. There will be a prayer s oclety that money was needed Idge dussett and Ralph Nettles town: ,Alma Shirley of Frank's high picket fence built around "' SIBIIIBl MM '- '" |
service at the Starke Methodist t i ,buy Christmas cards to give tothe returned to the local scene due t .. her home on Church St., and Highest' Quality
church ,on Monday afternoon, at Service men who are In the to medical discharges and Robert --. keeps two watch dogs for the 29c
MILK 3 Tall Cans
,,3:30o'clock., to which all members h ospltal at Camp Blanding.: ;The Green arrived in town via,'various Hear Sara IteM learned the purpose of keeping out all Intruders -
of the WSCS and others interested c arda will be distributed to the hospitals after being shrap- technique of, casting a mean '. However, she, believes
are urged to attend. The ten and they will use them I I'rltlng'to In ,pel showered in the South Pacific shrimp net up at'"br. Middleton's that someo'ne :"drugged"the

offering will be used to help mission their,rlenda\and loved, \"'.!I .. But as fast as we get a few camp In Georgia last week-end white spitz Tuesday night CRISCO 3 Lb. Jar - 74cPillsbury's
work in China the under- o nas. It was voted and cajjj-ieO! ;1.-4"- =k. others leave so the net a Got so Interested In the process but when he came to, the collie ,
prlvlledged people in the United u naulmously, that the-"'aoclety bwi Isn't so hot j '. '. Buddy that she didn't even notice the dog saw the Intruder first
States and elsewhere. g Ive two dollars for this, .:.'.purpose.' Bishop, Arch Thomas Jr.. and when her 'brown felt hat got and the man escaped over the Best or 5 Lbs.
Billy Patray were among those knocked off. and, went floatingout fence-but minus a .,large hunk
reporting for physicals this week to seat,'. .>, .. Seems Johnny out'of the seat of his'pants Gold Medal Flour -, - 29c

: ,,, ". And speaking of Robert Chalker and 'Emily.,Fttst .are get Hilda has been looking for a
.1 I
near tell he pulled a little stunt ting quite chummy< 'these days I man with a patch on'his trous-

.j .i,.'1 t::, put.,there that put him In solid He's,to be best man In his ers ever since P, So beware! ". .' Blue Rose Pure CaneSUGAR
with his buddies-and what the roommate's wedding '-:";; ,'quite,, a With which bit of trenchant RICE I.
advice; I say,,, So long until
Navy-Itea don't know won't hurt swanky affair 'with 13 attendants '
t ,. 'em : Seems that while on ,. Johnny,.vows' that ac- the next ,, 5,,.Lbs. 45c 5 Lbs. 32cc
+,tP : Gaudalcanal, he noted that the cording to,Emily he has more to Carolyn. .

t .: ::1$ Navy seemed to get more supplies do than the bridegroom ., Hear -- -. :::...;;.. --.;- - --. - -
than the Army So one Merry Beth Knight'Is using 'her ..
day he politely backs a trick upiajvhere brother and sister Charlie ,and .: <: ::: ,

some.,, luscious ?canned Nancy as models,while tlhe turns :'.- '
pineapple and other choice bits out some very creditAble. portraits S-.. .
< "
are being unloaded for the Navy for her BHS art class '. .vI \":: : j"".; S .' COME, 'T'' 0,

t iv I II y/. Before anybody catches on. .r If ; 1,' ., .' 10, .
Bis ;truck Is loaded up and off I Surprise-of-the-weefe teak placeat ; .','." ,. : ( t' ". "..... ..:...

I he goes to play Santa' Claus to the' Strath household i tothey : t : I :1 ". .. ( 1$ '
r a hungry tnmeh ofArmy lads! day when son. Martin ( Lieut t J ,. '-1',"'" ., ::' '. ,'"'
a !:r: : ... '. ...... .'\' ..
*- \ \L enant In the Navy, *:ends who;Was i IJ..JC: \" "'.: '...............!. .., (' 1"'> Hi S
g {
.t :: slftl tingle tbe JUt'ttm..r e left .. ...,..,.. \: ."....' .. :! ._,
: *Spotted, MTwJottmM Lucille .. .. \ .. .
home, arrived to spend t a leave ,, ". .. .' .
Davis (Mrs. R. J.) embarking : :, flJ' ....\ > ,- '., .
: .. here and brought along< a wife \ ; '. ,...,1; > r
Wednesday fer -_"rleltwith f .'; .
and .
S :leigfctryfar-oWUa ARbl4rJ. ,, .. .
daughter Dooley at FSWC and Hear Carle >' ; ,1:1.:, tN'I.D' lS A-V t: hi .i
Hy teft. 'oently inducted w',1, \ ( :.;;.1 .. ",,
IIi. ,
;! taking along'a handsome choco- ;'1'', rr \ Ii \J" ': -- .
at t .r I
Blandlog.,)s oh".a: "
late cake Guess and ,' ,. "" .
Dooley special ass Ignjmefcta entertainingmen w' ''Ir .." \ { ." ,'::., 1
J3&q $jfon the other Starke girls will greet In a.,.,Pennsylvania."c& uaty;? I. 1 l
: f'J Mrs. Davis with open arms and hospital Hy..you knoW,'used fAD S :
the cake with open mouths! to' harmonize with Borran' )lfnI I E JIAT S 'S ;d ;. 9)$1.00):

ANN 0 U NCES- Eva Stump' (Mrs. F. F.) openinga I nevltch and his Harmonica Rascals AiL" : :
; : telegram Wednesday from her See M. A. (Melvin 'I'.j.; .' .
WAVKlng: daughter. Evelyn (incidentally Kite backvfrom an J 5Ul-expenaes-: ;

_ The Arrivaj jof Three New: ...Experienced r : ., l an ensign since hergraduation'Tuesday paid" trip to New Tonic! wherehe 'S\WiIFS' bRESSES &,'.t, Children! &;Girls
\.' ) stating that took in the 'WorleSI,Series ;
Bretuty. Operators. :. ... :< shall. arrive in;Starke Saturday lucky guy! ,. Seems 'Mefvlnbacked < "
.. ',; : '
I" *
'II//L4IIiit for1 m brief ,stop before' heading his ..oodt; judgement' on t ValuesJTo' $4.98 ; WINTER ,CtiATSprt
RUTrt: '. *' *Au', HMV; h.rj:' sew;;station In Miami the first three grimes, so the trip .
.. Daphne an' Woody R1 erback. didn't cost him a c.ti t f\i,' ;c itANCE :.1 '' '
.. In,...towD.. for a.short visit Glimpsed Ethel Taylor And sister ; : ; vfJritt ; \ :
|l' of Erie, Penn. Sunday nUlt D. IsTputtlngla Ollte. and Cleo Norman,,,accompanied -
S>ll, NMRS. v hours'%at Penney's and,.W Is tt ; 'l 00.D / '
\ : ( by three khakilada; hsvtng'a I ;$ $198' J, 'Y I Iu4s'sss
working, at the shipyards and farewell party, a '.'Scbenck'. '
'-.-- SAM ,LONG . G '
-- helping .coadu-football. .t Lee Thursday. night last' week. It..7 .OdJ J .. CL'Fp1 'A1EE
High '--:4.: "' SizesAssorted .
1 t.I; > ,
: of Det.roit Mich. Hear John Godwin* was quits ., : J ( : ..
1 11 ,.,, i .
"t'.. .... Chatted a moment tother day royally J entertained on'hla, relent 1 Colors.. ,t.' $ 3.987HUNDREDS ..
with Elisabeth (H 0 1 lingsworthl Call Street furloughs, >"i:: Thursday -'_ /: { .
_ MRS. ROY BRAGAof Hair, who's getting to spend more 'night fast week Alice and t
time with home folks now that Sam Anderson dispensed fried -
Knoxville, Tenn. Jimmy Is an Air Transport Com chicken and accessories' to John, r-' ., .'.
mand co-pilot with Pan Americanand the honor guest and a group' of OF OTHER

has regular runs to South P. O. pals including John Powell .
CALL 1 49 FOR APPOINTMENTS America Marjorie (Stump) Marjorie Col e y. Jack Halle. UNADVERTISED SPECIALS
i Thomson has just received clad Henry Godwin and Martha John .- ".
tidings that hubby Bill has been ston Then Saturday night. -
promoted to the rank of captain John Henry and Jack escorted a -

ei/a'j BeaulvSa ton. k He's a bombardier "some trio of Gainesville girls. to the AT
c: where in Australia" Hear popular Nightengale Club '
genial Army wife Molly Snyder Hear Marvin Rooks Cex-BHS instructor J

Starke, Florida was quite sick In bed last week ) caused quite a commotion : ACB S' -- 125 CaUtreetPAGE t
and bad 'so 'many visitors they when he appeared at school '_ r _.

, Vii' i almost had, to take turns so they :tether day In uniform .. .... Seems|


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osEx. zz, 1949 I
I1ft TELEGRAPH. ____ ___ __ ___ I ,
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liut EfTs of LOCAL NEWS 14q. )fr.. S. C. Carnell] and sons I seal at Starke. Florida, this October I of NEW .. follows ceedings Issued on the

' Corbln and Gene arrived Monday Damaging FrostsThe : II at., 1943. Beginning on East boundary of October A. D., 1943 in the case ."
back (OFFICIA SEAL) .A..J. Thomas said Wt(, o( NEV: at a point 1487 of Bradford County apolitical I
relief from Ormond, being called' two frosts which Bradford Aa Clerk of said Court feet North of Southeast corner aubdlvialon' of the State of Florida, .
lilt here because of the serious illness Wm. D. Morgan, Jacksonville, Flit thereof and run thence North 41 ".. Ernest Wunderllch et al. Dee I
Jarby B. Sewell- spent theLain Mrs. Sallie Tlson, who Is makIng f County experienced Saturday and Atty. for Pit 10-22 4t 11-12 degrees sg minutes Wet 301.6 fendanta. Common Law Case No. ,
0 Mrs.
Ill' vlalUag her her home with Carnell's mother, Sunday nights did some damageto I feet; thence North 24 deureee 12 2711; as the same appears on file '
Leesburjf her sister, Mrs. F. A. Scott. V oTIcfi | minutes Went 280.7 feet thencei in thin office'
J. D. cottreJt a Mrs. N N. Norton of Tampa, Is crops, according to R. E. A* provided by Chapter 21(45 I i North S2 degrees 09' minutes West I I IV1TNKKS my hand and offlelslseal
--- Mre. spending two weeks Hazen, Brooker farmer. ClUng Acts of 194, notice la hereby given 60S, feet; thence North 72 degrees at Stark.. Bradford County,
in Staike. Nancy Knight little daughter that the Game and Fresh Water | 41 minutes West 218.1 feet; thence I, Florida, this fth day of October.A. I II
i Dickens of Sanford la of Col. and Mrs. H. V. two or three Instances, he stated Finn Communion of the State of South 92 degrees fift minutes West D. 1942. I
's with her, cousin. Mrs A. C. Knight, Florida under the power and authority the W.. boundary +I A .,. THOMAS '
And awhile returned that he knew of five of9tefMW ..dof o Bradfordi
g to her home last Friday from ..about acres granted said Commission \ NKVi f salts Section |'A. Clerk Circuit Court,
.M. Brownlee.and home in Tampa ".1 Saturday St. Luke's Hospital In Jackson of beans and six' acres of squash i by Section 30, Article IV. of the II at a point 44 feet South County Florida' SEAL> .
of Northwest (OFFICIAL !
corner thereof said
ids and was accompanied Constitution of the State of FlorIda
Grant Evans re- :Mr. and Mrs. by ville. Friends are glad to know that were a damaged and that I aa amended and ratified toy atrip of I land containing 4.it acres, i i" 10-8 4tt 1030PROHIBITION
O. L. '
Mrs.\ Beasley who that she Is the voters of Florida on November more or Ivaa
now much Improved. ....
--- Friday from 'a visit withIn returned to Starke on Mondayt i many potato vines 'were. also S.. 1942, In official meeting held PARCEL S eo -.-. -
That portion or NJoot\ of I I I
and St. I October 14. 194.1. has cloned: a SEli
Chicago' Mrs. Martha Johnston and Mrs. damaged. Guy Parrlsh on Russell certain area. In Rradford County. Section >2tl, Townahlp I Mouth,
:4' Mrs. Gerald L. Waters arrived Florida, aa a Refuge for an Indefinite hang 12 Kant lying within KO feet
''ket '.. ..... Charles E. Burton left today fora Green's farm, and Aubrey period of time In accordance of ditch survey line described. aa
yesterday from E 11 I z a b e thton. week-end visit Haten with notice beginning on the North boundary
Lee with their on E. M. Hacen's farm appearing In I STATE
and Mrs. W. a; re- Tenn., to be with her husband, brothers The Bradford County of said NIo.:'_ of SIOH at a point
Friday after a who ts| Cpl. Charles E. Burton were among thosementioned., Starke. Florida ender Telelifraph'l 134.i feet past of Northwest. corJer -
i home last an employe at Camp Blan- and John F. thereof and run thence South
Burton S 3-c, who tober 1; 1943. '
fwlUi his parents I In HopeBjnma ding are stationed In ,A copy of such Order of .00-1 degrees. 65 minutes East: 210.7 CONVENTION
Washington D. IV rlHCVIT COUNT. BltADFOHnulanton la filed with the County | thence ,South 4a degrees IS
Cs C. ('01I'r". FLURIUAI R4 JlAN- and with the Secretary of Rtate. minutes East tn.1I feet to end of ,
--- .' John Henry Hemingway and 'IIr.RY. The ou..ld. boundaries .of Maid existing Improved dttchr _let. scrip .
Canova and Mra son Joe of Ellzabethtown T.. !.. plaintiff, va. Ruth area will b* pouted Of land containing; Lit acres. moreor FRIDAY OCT.' 29
: 23 ,.' : torrTb.Kidd. N,. C., Cpl. John M. Godwin after Call Watson BUnton, DafonUunt.Ol'u I. N. KENNEDY Director less ,
Wood went Wednesday spent several days here this week spending eight days In Starke No. 1711. name and Fresh Water Flan Commission You, and each of you are here JO.,A, nlr.
--- Ga. to 'vlsft Capt. with Rev and Mrs. L. G. >EK Of PUBLICATION It by commanded to be and appear <
Hem- with his mother, :Mrs. Annie Lou AND NOTICE TO APPEAR In the Circuit Court In and for
ingway. Godwin STATE OF FM31UDA -- Bradford County, Florida at the CBNTRAICHRISTIAN .
returned to to: Ruth '
Sunday Buffalo Hill Watann iv 'inn-IT .rwi IIT. RRIDFmtn1'It" office of the Clerk of aald (Court
Wanton whose CHURCH
: raaldenoe
; E | G bold I I N. Y., where he Is stationed In Unknown. NT Y, ..OKI.>.\| IN 4JIIAVHHV. In Ntarke, Bradford County Florida
and Mrs James ( ,Lt. and Mrs. Martin W. Struth with an anti-aircraft unit of the You are r. Jt.; "and MI'" and daughter, Betty Lou November 19th. 19U. In, tl* above Salvatore Marano Plaintiff vn.Aline November A. I>. 1943. to show what ORLANDO, FLA.
James, are Coast
Marano. Defendant Case No.
4 depending Artillery.Pvt. nnm"d Court and Cause.. wherein right title, interest or Hen you.
- Id gr, all of Jacksonville a 10-day leave here with I plaintiff iieek* dlvor.... Bradford 2719. lor any of you have In and to any To elect dclritalea t'o the
2 Lba.25c. Mrs. W. County ORDER OF" PUBLICATIONAND ''of Maid above described parcels of
H. Struth Telegraph ahall
here Tuesday' visiting Mrs.tpwllng I I and Miss Kate Comer A. Long, who has I thin' Order In next four publlah weekly NOTICE' TO APPEAR! 'land and to show cause why the National Prohibition convention -
Struth. been> getting some desert train- Inane STATE) OF FLORIDA to: Aline name should not be taken for the a t Indlanapolln,

and family.member eJamesid'Jr. .of the ] Mrs: W: ;,.:HJ1. elltd .";1 lag at a :camp in California, ia seal Witness at 8tark' my. hand Florida and, thin official Oc known Marano., whose realdence la un uaea I'etltlon and, purposes to-wlr, aa set right I forth of In way paid, Iml.. ,Nov. 11-1S, 19-13. to
; \ Is a G. s1 You
Halle Wednesday blending 'a furlough with 'h I I. toner tut, 1943. are required' 'to appear on for i,. drainage 'ditch for. a aertlon nominate can dldatea; to
- and la back in Jacksonville.. (OFFICIAL 8KAM A. J. November 18th 1943, In the anbVe or portion of Htate. Road SHI
and Thomas
J coast while mother Mrs.: F. H. named State Committee
OLb&35t Long He Is AH Clerk of mild Court. Court and cause wh"r.lnplalntlfr designated' aa Protect. HK21 as lo- elect a new
|rlda on furlough. I there attended the annual convention being transferred to Fort DIx, T. Frank 1sndruntarke.'Florida. seeks divorce. Bradford cated surveyed and shown on said anti new State

of the Florida Division, N. J. Atty. for Plf.. 10-SI 4t llttl County'Order Telegraph in next shall four publlnhthla weekly to map, or or default plat herelnabove may be Deferred entered. Chairman; and to provide
II i tr D. C. laauea.Wltnena. '
I against you.WITNESS for the nomination o
iv "IHr..r roiiiT. IIIIAI>KOHIroi'NTI. > my'' hand and offl..lal'' hand '
aa of
- LET THE Mrs. L. Mrs.\ J. S. Johnson and daughter FLOlllUAl CHAN- seal .::3t'f. a Florida this. Ou- the Circuit Court In and for Bradford l Electors according .
A. Davis went to Jacksonville Dorothy, of Plant City are CKHYj toher 1942. County, Florida and the seal to the new atate
Monday to attend the Jnmen H. Prather Plaintiff vo, (OFFICIAL SEAl) A..J. Thomas., of said Court, thin the. Oth day of
:Mrs. Johnson's
ectric Shoe Shop visiting mother Myrtle MA. Prather, Defendant. .a Clerk of eal.I Court. October., A. D. 1941. at Htarke. In law.
VS annual convention of the Florida Mrs.. W. H. Struth and slater, Case No. I72J.OHDKIt B. K. PerrVman, Starke, Florida. Bradford County Florida.OKFUMAL Thin la the only state Prohibition -

Division, United Daughters of the Miss Kate Struth. Mr. and Mrs. OF PUBLICATION Atty. for LPlf._ 10-1S 4t 11Jiv ( SEAL) A. J. Thomas convention to be
Your Cleric t5 the Circuit Court In and
.eep Confederacy.On W. W. Page and sons, Billy and STATE: OF FLORIDA tot Myrtl. THE nitniTOH T OP THMKKJHfH Tor Rtta4tord County Florida. held before the 1944 election. -

- Martin of Lake City were also Mae Dothan Prather, whose realdenca la JLItirlAI. 111 n C11HHADNUHI '.' T., Frank Landrum Attorney for old everybody Interested -
Lho50C ) COUNTY LAW Petitioner
Tuesday evening. October recent guests of the Strutha. You are required to appear on a71a STATR OK FLORIDA > In prohibition inurged \
HOES 12th. Mr, and Mrs. H.. L. Hough November 2Sr l, 18t3. Jn the above BRADFORD COUNTY ..' COUNTY OF- BRADFORD ) to attend.
attended 'the sliver named Court and cause' wherein subdivision of the. State of Florida It A J. Thomas, Clerk of theCircuiti'Cnurt l
wedding an- 'Mrs. G. C. Livingston of Tampa plaintiff seeks divorce, Bradford of the'KI.hth Judicial -
- niversary Dr. and Mrs. C. ,H. 18 spending this week In Starkeas County Teletrraph' sell publish Petitioner NI'I (Otrctitt,In and for Bradford FRED E. BRITTEN 4 r
king newT Swindal this Order In next four weekly -".- (County. Florida do hereby. o.rtltyhat
> !tn Jacksonville. i
La33c the guest of Mrs. E. S. Mat- 1"'Wit. Ernest Wunderllch, et al, the above and foregoing, a State Chairman ;
thews. While here, Mrs. Livings-' ,..." my hand and official Defendants true and correct copy of theN .
A LITTLE REPAIR Mrs. Real at Htark. Florida thin October NOTICE toe| tn Eminent Domain Pro
W. B. Mlddleton, Miss tone,, who lived in Starke for 20th. IMS. INEMINRNT !,

hUL KEEP YOUR Madge Mlddleton.' Miss.Sara Reed many years, has been delightfully (OFFICIAL BEAU) A..J. 'Thomaa : DOMAIN PROCTCllDINQS! V." .
GOOD SHAPE and Miss Ethel of Jacksonville Aa Clerk of Bald. ,Court. IN THE NAME OF THIS ,
- JOES IN .. McCurry entertained at luncheon .by several T, Frank I.nndrum*,Htarke, Florida STATE OF FLORIDA ::
ck Quick Service And I Beach spent the week-. of her old friends. Atty. for Plf.l 10-XS 4t 11,13 TO AND ALL TOErn..t WHOM IT MAY CONCERN, ::N"0 T -- I C E

Work end at Dr. Mlddleton's'camp In iiv nitciiT ('OtUF> BHAUFOHUCOIIVTV. Wunderllch. whose place ofrealdence .1 \
Good Rev. and Mrs. A. E. Lightfoot FLOHfntl: IV IMAN- le Joliet IlllnoU; Uuatav I "11 1 '1'\ "
Georgia trs. : .. If. Thulin Alice V. Thutln and WE CAN GIVE YOU QUICK
\ T. B. Harding Mrs. R. A.
You With rt01 Hall Carl A..TAulln.
Can FurnlNh R Plalntltf the place of reel S
- [afoot Oil For Your Boots Mrs. Laura Mosely who has Thomas Mrs. H. L. Hough Mr. an.al"f:; :: tease va.No Melleaale 2709.: :- dance of each of whom la 24lrammont GUARANTEED SERVICE 0 N

Lb.' and Mra S. E. Sparks and Rev. '. ORDER OF PUBLICATIONAND Worcester. County Road, Worcester I n ALL CLOCK AND WATCH REPAIR
been visiting her son-in-law and NOTICE 1'O APPEAR MaaanchuMetta.
L.I( Hemingway !attended the STATE] OF FLORIDA tot Mellea- And to all persons having ntclaiming

}ffcl daughter, Mr. and Mra. C. 'W, annual mee ting I of the New ala Hall, whoa residence In Am- any right title, interest, t
THE state mortiozaire or other lien to or
Johnson of Mobile, Ala., was,called River Baptist Ass o elation at heratdale.You are West required Vlr Inla.to appear on on Bradford those certain. parcels' nf land In :' THE STAG
SHOE County Florida which
November Z3rd, In the above
ECTRIC back home last week because 1149
Antioch Church near LaCrosse on named Court and cause, wherein are Included In and required for

??6ci SHOP ; of .the serious illness! "of a t.r, l lost Tuesday. plaintiff seeks divorce Bradford drainage%oad 201. of designated that part aa of"Project State.
County Telegraph shall publlahthle 137 West Call St.
? B62t" aa located
grandson, Linn Ormond. son. fif Order ,In next four weekly I platted by the State purveyed Knad Department and

Canal From Park Theatre Mr. and Mrs. J., E. Ormond of MIss Evelyn Lecln, daughter UXIICHWltneaa. my hand and official of the State of Florida an.1Rhown I

I ot'Mr. and Mrs Isadore Lecln of neal at Htarke. Florida this (October bv right of waY map thereof .
the State Farm. on file In the office of the 0-- - ----
the Bradford Photo Shop, returned 20th, 1943 Clerk of the Circuit Court In and
!Sei A. J Thomas, fir Bradford
Aa Clerk of aald Court County Florida, a PETER PAN KINDERGARTENOPENING
true of .
Monday from New _York copy aald map or plat being
tCnla-ht Knight Atnrke, Florida.
: attached to the Petition filed.
qty; where she was connected Attva. for Plf (OFFICIA. SKA! ) In the above entitled cause. on the MONDAY. OCTOBER 25
10-22 4t 11-12 6th .day of October A. I). .
194 by
5c Look a* if the draft board's with the Micro-Film Coiporatlon. the Bradford County a politicalaitndlvlalon FOR CHILDREN AGES 2 TO 6

| start going after the oldmrr1e1'mJ1 Having been there only a few i\ C""U'I'IT'ol''r, BIIAHKONDII of the Htate of Florida,
to u ''lh'hiinji obtrt <:( i1:1'1..LUKu": ., '\| IV against you, and each of yotil aeek- -
months: she has' already been C.UN-1 log to condemn for public road
o" Better look out, daddies, and not Martin .J. Llttlefleld, Plain end hlerhwav drnlnave. purposes REGISTRATION:
' -' made a field manager for the June J. Llttlefleld Defendant Caw the said parcel of )land altuate .
let jour wife fill out any of those No. 2723OHDER. ... lying and being In Bradford
Itl9e blank She might fix you up concern, and will leave Sunday OF- PUBLICATION Countv. Florida' and more par. Friday Oct. 23-1 P. M. To 5 P. M: I

Salt Lake where she ANn NOTICE TO APPKAltSTATK tloularly described aa follows: M. To 12:30 P. M. .
like that lady in the paper the for City OF FLORIDA to: Jane J. I'AHfKr, 2_ Saturday,.October 24-9:30 A.

other day. Her husband couldn't will spend four or five months. Minefield whoa residence l I. Wai- That' portion of WH of NKH of
write' she wrote the board to drof. Maryland. Section 16, Township Mouth, BRADFORD COUNTY HIGH SCHOOL j
so She'.wlll. then go to Los Angeles, You ore required! to appear on Range 22 Kant' lying within CO
go ahead and take him. She November 22nd, 1941. In the above feel. of a ditch centerline, .said Tuition-$2 Per Week 1 1I

said she needed the bed he was San Francisco and San Diego, named Court and '.,au.., wherein ditch centerline being described aa _,_ ,_ _.... .. -. ..- I
Calif.JUNIOR. plaintiff' seeks divorce. Bradford paaalncr over and across said WMi/ ,..,_._ _._ - --- ---0
sleeping In and he waxn't much' County Telegraph shall publish. & f

use around the house anyhow! this Order In next four weekly 1':
lHaiiea. ,_ t
Witness my hand and official I
4c seal at Htarke. Florida this Oo .
tober l'th., 142: .
(OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thorns ,
Aa Clerk of said Court.
.bs. J. B,. Harrlaon, Jacksonville, Fla.
Atty.. for Plf. 10-22 4t 11-12 t
9c "
Th. Hoard of Publlo Instructionof J
Bradford CouatX.' hereby
caU and glvirm \ an
election toe blot heldr. 'TUKMUAV. BEHALF OF ARMY EMERGENCY' RE- .

.J JR NOVEMBER following '2r.;. ':::JIGRralof: Tax the LIEF BROS. ANNOUNCE' THAT .
Hchool Districts of' said Countyat ,WARNER
the publlo school house. I(or I
white pupils) In each Maid district 'TICKETS'ff>R- 'HE" PREMIERE OF "THISis ::
for each said district to elect three | .

i for(2) the trustees ensuing and two aaaeea. (2))the yeara.For mlllace. THE...;iA MY" ARE NOW ON SALE AT Y.: '

the purpose of holding aald tu i : ., ...
'C f election In each dlatrlot the fol $3.30 PER COUPLE i i9s4
3 ,
fey La lowingmanasera are appointed:
t tl harp(... "...!.. Taj a SchoolOlatrlrt i ', .'t.,. ,
Me, a ." 1
B. Y. Saxon a .
Lacy'' Wynn .... .. / ,
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I-j R. Starling .

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N..at.r"Ton are Denmark.' required to appear on AT POPULAR PRICESIII

November Itth. 1943. In the above .

T' EJ R'NB EBG'; named plaintiff Court...k.and dlrnrre rknae, Pradf wherein' rd -

{-ountr Tel*.;raph .ahall publish. this t
>( : Order In next tour weekly laaneaIVItneaa tiF
,my band end official


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SIX -- (TOBlR: ..

FARM NOTESBy farm machinery will not be rationed for grazing: or to cut green next FLA. STATE FARM Hugh of Lake Butler were guests Looking For A Meal In Starke Today
of Mrs. I, J. Williams over the !
and may be obtained by spring for the feed.lOll The conservation Government : By E. R. Itouvier week-end. Is Apt To Become Good Exercise .
the farmers through their dealers through
L. T. Dyer, County Agent
program will make payment of BIRTHDAY ANNIVERSARYPARTIES Gerald W. Bouvier' of Miami
In spite of -popular
song once vated
of Farm for planting and grandson of Mr. and Mrs. J. A. that you
Change In Rationing Farm Machinery Needs $1.00 per acre written to the effect that the have eIther
Machinery: Special Care growing oats If planted this fall In celebration of Miss Peggy Bouvier took his physical examination your appetite entirely
who wrote "Home Sweet JJookandgetacofc'N
man or
Changes In rationing farm Millions of dollars worth of and used for feed. This Is the Caldwell's tenth birthday anni- a< Blanding on the Home" must have hungry that
machinery went Into effect Oct. farm machinery Is I lost every first time payment has been made versary, her mother, Mrs. J. G. 14th and while accepted for ser-
15.: A* in the past, all applica- year by neglect. Farm mach- for thla practice and it is to Caldwell, gave a lovely party for I vice in the Air Corps was returned been confronted a bachelor the forced problems to a cup of boiled coC **
by a man
tions will be received and process- inery Is usually left In the fieldor Induce the farmers to plant more the little folkS last Thursday to Miami till such time as he "eat out" these to Yes, the chance
by the County Farm Machinery out in the weather after being oats for feed. Careful recordsare afternoon. As' It ,wa| so near will be called for training. convince him that.days the are author apt of man who wrote the;

Committee. Purchase Certificates used and It rusts out before the to be kept and the crop reported Hallowe'en decorations were in Mrs. Dennis Fancher has returned Home" was "lIome
"Home Sweet Home" might have a
will be issued to farmers next time to use It. Now when to this office. I black and yellow crepe paper and from Jacksonville to visit wife marrIed mazy
been married after all.
a man, cooked
l ry for machinery that they need more food is needed than ever The Scrap Drive Is On yellow flowers In profusion were with her parents-ln-law Mr. and bin three hot
and the dealers will accept these before and when machines are The scrap drive is on again used in both dining and living Mrs, P. D. Fancher awaiting ad- Hunting a meal In Starke these a day and gave him a 111

certificates as.. In the past. scarce and hard to get at any I and every farmer is being asked rooms. The table was centered vice as to her husband's new sta- days is almost as uncertain as kiss when he for ,hue

The difference comes In that a price and even repair parts can- to get every piece of scrap metal with a pumpkin man and a beau- tion. Mr. Fancher, now a Sea- hunting a'meal with rod, reel the morning, for'gj 'Ort

large number of items that were not be had in many cases. It l is rubber tincans and get this to tiful devil's food cake iced In man 1st Class Is in Philadelphia or gun. At least you that
rationed in the past are not rationed far more necessary to take proper the schools or to a junk dealer yellow and decorated in candy awaiting further orders. For instance say you're unusually after,looking for .1
now and county quotas care of all farm machinery now before November 15th.: This material roses and eleven yellow candles. hungry today and you time 8tarkeT III

will be set up on certain mach- than ever before. There Is a Is badly needed and shouldbe Place markers were yellow bas- LAWTEY fondly picture In your mind's eye

inery. The machinery that will new rust remover and preventiveon put to use. This Is Important kets filled with candles. YellowIce just where you'll go and what Ib Axis
01 rationed on basis of county the market, now and every cream and individual chocolate Ily Coleman Phillips you'll order at your favorite slop?

quotas Include: Corn planters, farmer should get a can of it Farmers AdvisedOn cakes centered with a candle Mrs. O. J. Phillips spent Wed- restaurant. When you pull up / n

potato planters, haters and plant- and line it consistently to save were served by the hostess assist nesday of last week In Jackson ax the door however with your :
ing attach m e n t., grain drill, his farm machinery of all kinds. Problems ed by her daughters Lila Rae ,ville. mouth fairly :watering apt as not -- pos'T

power sprayers row sprayers, Ask for information about this. 'Of Winter FeedThe and June and Mrs. H. K. Tyua. Doyle Starling has returned you'll find a sign/ : "Closed for I ,_ ..:' uyMI
manure spreaders combines, potato When a machine is used it The children enjoyed a varietyof Alterations." -
home from Macon Ga where he War
diggers and pickers mowers should be cleaned, oiled and stored following article writtenby games" and Peggy received has been working In, the ship Somewhat annoyed you quickly I ter 'reed.i Sole BoIN

side delivery rakes, hay loaders In a dry place until it is Mr. Walter J. Sheely Animal many lovely gifts from bothrownups yards. He hopes to go back to revise your plans and appetite i' '
pick-up hay balers ensilage cut- needed again. Also, treat it with Husbandman Extension. Service ( and chllren. Those invited work at Blandlng. only to find a sign on the door COVTY Cln'IT? ."lito'1', IIRO"

ters, potato graders, tractors and this rust compound. gives timely Information and ad- were: Kay Partney Jane of your, second choice restaurant VERY 1.0"11)I' t&
hay balers. The machinery which and Henry Rlcharde Ennis Brad-i Mrs. Agnes Sapp of Lake Butler Jaymol1d
"Closed Hull
Conservation PracticesSoil proclaiming on Mondays Gladys ,
will be rationed on a state quota I Conservation signers are vice which every farmer' should L;, T. shaw Jr.; :Mary Rivers Stubbins,, was visiting her mother Mrs.J. Because of Rationing" or "Clos a713. .Hall, !Jet"nd.nt.Plalntlft ea.,'
milk observe, says county agent, B. McDonald this.week.
will be, milking machines Mel-
coming Into my office and givingIn Grace Crews, Joyce ed on Tuesdays ,Because of Help ORDER OF
coolers garden tractors, feed their and conservation Dyer who wishes to pass it on verne Davis Doris and Jimmie Miss Jean Edwards who is at- Shortage". ANt NOTICE 1'l'IILIf'ATIOS TO APPIAI
grinders deep and shallow well practices for payment. There are to every hog raiser in Bradford Moncrlef Helen Whltfield Caro- tending school In Jacksonville Suddenly you remember a (tall 81AU. who! vF.,, residence FLORIDA to:

systems power pumps windmills, about 200 farmers who have not County: lyn Bradley, Betty Williams. Harold spent the week-end with her place where they serve delicious Virginia, II pu
and Irrigation pumps. All other War demands for meat foY the and Kenneth Tyus, Jimmie mother, Mrs. Will Edwards. You are re'luired to
done this yet and they are urgedto fried chicken and you wonder November 8th,
armed forces civilians and lend- Warren Harold Godwin James Members of the W. M. U., spentall named Court 194&, In t6rr
attend to this as soon as possible why you didn't think of It in the and cause,
Relief At Last as applications for pay- lease and scarcity of feeds Increase Nelson McLendon. Kenneth Johns day Tuesday sewing at the first place. Fairly frothing at plal.tlff County Telegraph seeks. divorce, Bra Wb.;
ments are being made up now. the importance of home Marie Wiggins Dewey Thorntonand church. the mouth with hunger pangs, "This. Order In nut hall four p.e.
I A few farmers are putting in grown feeds for hog productionnoridL. Dottie Sue Biggs of Starke; Miss Jewell Reddish of Jacksonville you arrive at the spot and dejectedly "ieues.

For Your : late practices such as setting pine )in Mrs. O. L.. Partney Mrs. H. K. spent the week-end with read: "Not Open Until 4, ralvlateStark'l-.Vv., hand Jo'.orldo. and, this
Cough trees planting pasture grasses The scarcity of protein food Is Tyus Mrs. R. P. Stubblns Sr., her mother. P. M." oFFICIAL b"r 5th.
Mrs. L. H. Hill entertained BEAU A. J, ,.
and clovers planting winter cover of some concern to hog producers. Mrs. E. A. Bradshaw and Mrs.H. Chances are that by this time Aa Clerk of laid r t',
Creomulaion relieves promptly because of Blue vetches and M. members of the Ninth Grade at Frank I.andrum, Starke, .
crops Lupine, Young pigs and the breeding herd Rlcharde. you are so worn ,out and aggra- 'uy. rl
It right to the seat of the for PIt.
/goes who a delightful party at her home 10.8 4t I
trouble to help loosen and expel Austrian winter peas. Those needs plenty of protein supple- Little Wayne Williams Just one --
germ laden phlegm, and aid nature are planting these crops shouldsee ment along with other feeds for recently.Mrs. -
t to soothe and heal raw tender, inflamed me and get the full Informa- economical year old last Thursday also enjoyed Mary Lou Norman who &
bronchial mucous mem- if they development. having some little friends has been working in Jacksonville
tion as to specifications
branes.Tell your druggist to sell you Florida farmers can produce with him for the..occaslon. Fall spent Sunday with :Mrs. J. S. __
the conservation
to get
a bottle of Creomulslon with the expect *
understanding -
hogs on the minimum amount of decorated cake
flowers a Norman.Mr *">
you must like the way It payment for carrying'out the
quickly allays the cough or you are practice. purchased protein. feeds by grow- I with just one candle formed the and Mrs. C. B. Bennett returned m$

to have your money back.CREOMULSION. Planting Fall Oats ing a succession of pastures and table arrangements ,Mrs. I., J. home Saturday after

Every farmer should plant ,at forage crops such as oats rye Williams invited >Clifton Davis, spending a week in New York.

for Coughs Chest Colds.Bronchitis least a. few acres of fall oats sorgum, peanuts and cow peas. Sonny Stafford and Patty Johnson Miss Lilly Harold of Jacksonville -
Oats for hogs is a double barrel ,' a visitor at the Farm, to be spent the week-end with her ,

crop that le,'oats sown in the her little son's /guests. Ice cream mother Mrs. J. B. McDonald. e'i;

FOR SAFETY, COMFORT AND ECONOMY RIDE fall furnish grazing during the and cake were served by the host Miss Bernice Denmark and Miss I 1

winter and early spring. and high- ess and gifts were presented to Mary Rosier attended services at

FLORIDA MOTOR LINE BUSSESFOR grade hog feed when they are in the honor guests) the Baldwin Baptist Church Sun- _

the dough stage and as matured Mrs. John Moseley has returned day night. ;, clJe"
COURTEOUS CORRECT INFORMATION oats. Oats in this stage contain from 'd'visit' with relatives If the Lawtey boys keep on. v c' ,

PLEASE PHONE 147 quite a bit more protein than does In Mobile Ala., ace om- they will make a good football '
corn. panled by. her niece Patty Johnson team for Starke. At least the

Brood sows and young pigs do who will visit them some- girls of Starke and Hampton

UNION BUS STATIONLACY well on oat fields during January time.Mrs. think so. The reason Billy Bur-
Beavers ney did not make that touchdown
February and March. Much pro- Nelle of Talllaee,
CONWAY, Agent tein Is furnished by the green Ala., has arrived for a visit of Friday night he said, was that he
indefinite length with her son- was afraid if he ran too fast
Temple Aye. Starke, Florida oats.Young hogs turned on. oats In in-law and daughter Mr. and the girls could not tell who he

the dough stage do well especially Mrs. W N. North. was.Mrs.

if they are furnished a little corn Mr., and Mrs 1Dana Duke and L. H. Hill has organizeda Job Well_ Done Begets Another
Junior Red Cross! at the Law
mineral mixture and shade. One
children Connie1} and Gall of Lake
Southern Experiment Station (in Butler spent Friday'and Saturdaywith tey Junior High School. We already >T HERE'S no satisfaction in all the world like the feeling d

Prompt Service Careful Drivers r a ttfree year trial. shows an aver Mr. and Mrs.., C. M. Roberts. have about 20 membersand having done a job well-of being able to set the remind ]
age of nearly 300 lbs of pork an R. H. Cox has returned from feel sure that It will be a your work. This I. one thing that all producers of useful thinptuvt.. I
acre by grazing hogs'on mature big success. in commons
a stay of three weeks in New I
oats. And those of u. whose job It production-whether of goods oq
Starke Taxi Service York City, where he went on
Following are suggestions as business for the State Prison. Mr. farms and in factories or of services stores and banks and utihtia.
-can best see the results of our work in the high standard of living
to the of
amount for
crops a sow Cox: stopped over for a short which we have helped to create In America. For this standard.it |
Phone '150 and her litter: In October plant stay with his children at Ben- built on our ability to produce more per person than any otbll' |
one acre of oats for grazing. Let nettsvllle, S. C. nation on earth. And the people of every country who are looking j
sr BOWS farrow in this field and Mrs. J. M. Bradley and children hopefully to us for food and weapons can count on America beaus
graze until April or until pigs Leslie and Caroline, spent r it has this great productive might.
Day Night are weaned. Two acrea of oats the week-end in Jacksonville and After the war is over? Many people are talking about a richer lif.
(planted In October) should be Jacksonville Beach visiting' Mr. for all of us then. And they're right I For that richer life will bt

.. -r-... ... .. .AI ..... --... --...- --4 hogged off by ,the weaned ,pigs. and Mrs. Vance Geiger. brought about, not by promises but by hard work on the part ofAmerica's
Turn pigs in on oats when they producers. And they-thoa. who grow and make .nddthings
The Community Club sent
a -can do this together end
post-war job better if they work
are In the dough stage. As a nice box 'of clothes this f.Hur .
very understand each other. General Electric Co., Schenectady N.
safety valve plant a patch of cat- week to their lItt{ .protege".Willa ..I I
DRY CLEANING & TAILORING tall millet sudan grass or soybeans Jean Smithy at the Methodist ,h. ..".! Elinric rJu pnfrmtr "Tit G-E d1!-"" Orri"a "

'' for a grazing crop in connection Orphanage at Enterprise. S.mty 10,... EWT.tBC-"Tti W...U TJj" sac"..
Quick Service High Quality Work with these oats. Plant Victory gardeners here are be- nay rufdsy,..4J'...EWT. CBS

three acres of corn and early ginnIng' to have results from .1 r BUY, WAR BONDS
peanuts) to run the pigs on as their efforts. Squash turnipsand

NEW METHOD CLEANERS they come off the oats in the mustard greens sweet pota-
r dough stage. Plant three acres of toes and string beans appearedon .2
: corn and runner peanuts to finish some tables to the satisfaction
Mr. and Mrs. E. O. Edwards' Proprietors great --
off for market.
pigs of the growers.
PHONE 135 315 TEMPLE; AVE. The above are suggestions and Mr and Mrs. J. A. Bouvier
depend on management the fertility -
were guests of Capt. and Mrs. -
STARKE, FLORIDA of the land, and the weather. Lloyd Rhoden at Keystone ''

Hogs running on these grazingand Heights Sunday.J. -f9/ ,

fattening cropa should |be M. Bradley left last week

SEA FOODS ;CHICKEN DINNERS furnished plenty of water mineral for a short vacation which he the ,
mixtures and a sufficient amountof
will spend with the Gerald Cox 'l\g
STEAKS grain when on grazing cropsto family in Bennettsville, S. C.
keep them growing in a Mrs. C. M. Roberts visited her 'd

healthy condition. Saving one mother. Mrs. O." W. Hunter, in .'"
DELICIOUS IRISH STEW extra'pig per litter a succession Gainesville Monday StOP

of grazing and fattening crops Mrs. Charles'Roberts and son,
TEMPTING' TASTY, SANDWICHES and keeping pigs free of parasites '
DELICIOUS HOME MADE PIES will cut the cost of feed and hog : numerous courts' Including the '
production by eliminating the loss Emergency Court of< Appeals In 1

.. lit little pigs Washington.. SWINGING
'Most of the
property ownersIn
Rent Control Rumor' this area recognize that rent
control Is essential to 'holding the
Park Theatre Bldg. Starke, Florida False, Duke Says"Area line' and fighting the dangers of

I Inflation stated Mr, Duke.
Rent Director William L. These people have cooperated

Duke of the OPA has characterized right from the beginning. I wantto

J ,KEEP YOUR AUTOMOBILE an 'completely false' rumors assure these law-abiding land- THE All!
that a recent ruling of the Fed- lords that this office will leaveno
eral Court for the Middle District step unturned In prosecutingany

r of Georgia would put a stop to willful violator of rent reg-
: enforcement of rent regulations. ulations.
lie assured property owners and
tenants that rent control would VICTORY

I WE ARE EQUIPPED TO GIVE continue the GainesvUle-Starke to be enforced throughout area.- WYou say you ara a patriotic AnMrlSn.I PULPWOOD

YOU EXPERT BODY & PAINT The publicity given this Here's your chance to prove it-to
Court's opinion about the constitutionally help your
WORK. said country win this CAMPAIGN
of rent control', war. _
Mr Duke' 'has created some impression '

,SAVE ,YOUR TIRES ,- -.LET.y that all OPA rules,, on Dr. Max Shane Here's a job you can do. *
rent are off. This is not true.
US ALIGN YOUR WHEELS This office will continue to en- Cut
iorce the regulations. Rents can- Optometrist pulpwood. Pulpwood i is as essential

WITH OUR NEW LlGII,1'UEAl1 not be raised without permission to war as ships or tanks

METHOD. of this office. Violators, as always If your eyes I bother>> you l let there or plan- Right
are liable to treble damage me examine them and nl you now i Is an acute shortage. Newspaper

suits,' fines or imprispnment, or with glasses if you need then. Pulpwood

both"An, Immediate appeal will be 30'Je.n' experience.Holidays More pulpwood i is needed desperately. Committee

X: P. ROBERTS MOTORS taken from the decision. The by appointment.TCLCPHONC So if

power of CPA under the Emergency B-4B7 you can cut it, don't wait

Dodge-Plymouth Sales & Service Price Control Act. to control 431 T>'mple Theatr Building Get busy now/ Don't let any longer. _' *
rents In wartime and the constitutionality cur boys dO"'Jo.I'AGE
C*, Main Mi -, r'.- ,' .
Temple Avenue -:- Starke, Fla. of the OPA rent nv/ ana >/< >-t -

regulations have been upheld In, JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA t

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LlV 22 1915 PAGE dEVENy

zz, Hardwlck Marlowe, Defendant Caw No. 29 Acrea more or tea*.
at Valdosta.
othy Beechman 3703 Th. aaaeaament of said property tinder i
BROOKERBy Mr. and Mrs. Ben Renfroe of ORDER OF PUBLICATION AND the laid certificate taaued was into '
, Sunday with 1 NOTICB TO APPEAR name of Unknown
r Jacksonville spent STATS OP FLORIDA to: MildredHardwtak Unless said certificate shall be redeemed -
Minnie Lou Hazen Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Wynn. : Marlowe, whose residence laOonway according to law the property
... James Plckren and friend! south Carolina.You described. therein will be sold to the
, ';1 ire required to appear on November highest bidder at the court: house dooron
either ,< I. II.LLO'EN CARNIVAL SUNDAY SCHOOL PARTY Blake Edwards of the U. S. let 1>43, In the above-named the fins Monday In the month of .
/ or ,. '? J:1: EJ/Ifj/ i. D ;1 : Plans Naval Base at Lake City were Court and cause. wherein plalntut seeks November' 1 43. which I* the Las day ,
for .
' :;:. .. our Hallowe'en Car Mrs. M.\ O. Harrell entertainedher divorce and no other relief. Bradford of November 11M3
at the ... J ; :: ;. 'JII. nival, which .will be held Saturday Sunday School Class, the Intermediates home for the week-end. County Telegraph ahall publish this Order Dated this 28tn day of September 1942.Official \
andwky : :.....: : h/t: l'J Mr. and Mrs. "Bob" Touchton In next four weekly l"' uea. ( .Dealt A. J. THOMAS.Clerk I
h..I < ;:(t ; :.' October 30. are being carriedout. with a party at her Wetness my hand and official seal at of Circuit Court of
; .
:! : ;
'e. M : ; ;: In Belle Saturday attending
; : :{ were J
:" f1. it There will be booths a home Thura day night October Btarke. Florida, this IlItb of September. 10-l-4t 10-22 Biadford County Florida.

'Ire thai ): ; !8 ... j. :.;:::t.J::;;:d 9!:' .: ? .. '.' J chicken supper and other amuse- 14th. Games were played, and to Mrs.business 1101, C, May, Dickey and Official. 1843.. Sean A. J. Thom., TOWHOM IT'M"Y--- CO'lCI18'O. .,

Lome'n2 .. .... __ .... ments. Also will Aa Clerk of said Court.John .
_. ,,' we our later In the refreshmentsof
... '.m:>>;<;0;< ;w.;: ; : "':" :;':":"" :':<<<':"'' i King and Queen. The followingare fruit punch and cake were Atty. for Pit. 10.1-( 1022IV Dodge Sudan n'sine No. DH-3D1B
In Gainesville
Stretch Sweeney were shopping with wn appraised I value of less
Can Lynn Chambers' Point. contestants: served. About 22 enjoyed this \
a hot Saturday. ------ than ll.ono. was aelaad in Bradford
Ib Saving Menu For Junior Queen party, and a nice 'time was had : (CIBCI'" <.O..T. HKtUKOIIII County Florida, September 1. 1943, .
bps, [feats and Yvonne Harrell. by all. Mrs Eliza Hall of Starke visited ('OI N"'Y.,. FI.Oltl"N. for being ueed In violation of Section I
or Mr. and Mrs Marvin Williams t'.:IIY' 9. Chapter 19101, Law of
teat Delicious Mealsrs .Brol':d Liver Sausage and For Junior King Mr. and Mrs. Mike Tllghmanand ]>.lle J. !lloblrmon plaintiff, va. Florida, Act of 1939, and : 'L,
((1 Tomatoes Wallace Parrlsh. Jack Hodge. daughter, Barbara Ann. Miss Friday night. Annabelle Cornell Robinson De la the 1 Intention ot K. W. :I4car- I I'M:
I t4ilejR Rev. Fred Dodd and mother fendant. Cane No. 210OHOBrt borough Dlrecor of the State +
Potato Chips Green Salad For Senior Queen Frances Tllghman: Miss Iva Mae OF PUBLICATION Ueveruare Department of Florida.
neal i faItllDPI Rye Bread Iced Coffee Velita Hodge .Louise Bloss. Lewis, and Eddie Lewis were In Mrs S. H. Dodd, were Sunday ANI NOTICE TO APPEAR: to- possess for u.. by the State "\ ffNN11
guests of Mr. and Mrs Gordon BTATB OK FLORIDA to; Anna- Beverage Department the property
Chilled Cantaloupe For Senior Kina Gainesville on business Monday. belle Cornell Robinson whose real- above described In front of the
Recipe Given Dewitt Padgett Eldrldge Hayes. Mrs. M. O. Harrell and daughter Wadaworth. deuce la 3024 vvinuo n a t nAve., County Jail. Starke.; Florida, Octnber
Mrs. Lynn Hall was shoppingIn Apartment 101, Washington, D. C. 25, at 10:00 A. M.
7, Catherine Mrs. Bill Plum- You are required to appear on All 1 'n':4i. I any right or \
't JO ANN ELIZARKTH: GREEN mer and daughter. Patsy, Mrs. Palatka Tuesday: November 8th., 1043, In the above interest In 0.,to said property or
MLe Combine ingredients, add Mr. and lira Russell Green Mrs. J, L. Meyers and son named Court and cause), wherein any part thereof are hereby required
salt and John Cone and Mrs. Leslie Green
plaintiff seeks divorce. Bradford to appear And to make such
7lw mayonnaise.: Serve on crisp lettuce announce the birth of a daughter were In Gainesville Monday Carlos, and Mrs. W. M. Nor- County Telegraph shall. publish claim within thirty (30) days from
with bits of bacon. Jo Ann Elizabeth, Monday will wood visited Rev. and Mrs. II. XX this order In next four weeklylNMUa. the dale) of the first publicationof
Friends of O. W. Hazen
'lM'rBo this notice a. provided for by
Have you discovered that cold October 12th at home. Mother be glad to know that he returned Garrett Sunday night Witness my hand and official Hectlon 13, Chapter 193IU, Lawn of ;
' sausage and and baby doing nicely. S.1-C F. L. Watterson returned seat Mt Stnrko, Florida, this Ootolier Florida, Acts of 1930. to the StateFleverair
meat loaves
are low Tuesday from Glendale Hospital,
I to Boston Mass Tuesday aftera l let. 184J.OFFICIAL Department of Florida
In point value and that they go UK:I) CROSS Palatka and that his conditionis ( ShlAL) A. J. Thomas Tallahassee, Florida, or all such
further than the short leave at home. An Clerk of Bald Court. rights and Interest In and to said I
t ? sy' fresh same quantity of The ladies of the Red Cross somewhat Improved. Mrs. J. W. Home Mrs. C. A John J. Hendernon; Mt Auvunttne. property shall cenne and terminate.
IY meat? And, if you really: like I met at the home of Mrs. Mike Mrs. Pitt Baxter was In Grasham Fla. Atty. for PIt 10U 4t 10.29 E. W. BrAnnonouan.
is Warren and Mrs. M. L. Watterson -I Department
a hot dish for a meal, that the cold Director, lievernixe
meats Tilghman Wednesday afternoon. Monday. visited Miss Ada Nimmo at NOTICE OF APPIICATION FOR of FrI "a. Tallahassee, Florida.
41nt10 are equally delicious when i
TAX DEED: 11-24 Bf 10-12
CawrNe01 served hot After several hours of sewing, the AUchua County Hospital in
? You'll like these *ug.gestlons Luther Sowell of Mlcanopy wasa Senate Rill No. 111ft
: the ladles were served Coca- visitor here Wednesday. Gainesville Friday. We are gladto NOTICE) la HEREBY OIVBNi That T. AT FIRST '
/ I Colas. and cookies by their host- Rahn and report at this writing Miss J. Alderman holder of Tax Certificate 'D'IGNOFAO'
and Mrs.
I Bologna Spaghetti. Mr. Hugh No. 110 laaupd the 4th day of July A, $ -
'i: Pftlriappnr the home of Mrs. T. W Markey.CIILRCH of Mrs. has made application for a tea deed to .
!j pound bologna/ were Sunday guests be laiued thereon Said certificate embrace -
K cup onion sliced NOTICE Rahn's mother, Mrs. Jim Mott. BUY the following described propertyIn
the 1 Miss Luctle Thomas of Gainesville the County ot Bradford Blat of "
-. wb.Bra. tablespoon bacon drippings Don't. forget church services UNITED STATES Florid., to-wlt: USE
peed not recline on theyaiiot 1 teaspoon salt and Sunday school every Sunday. visited Miss Bettye Hazel SE4. of NWV.. Ex 14 A In e. Cor
.r II pat w. shelf when you can H teaspoon allspice Sunday school at 11:00: o'clock. Green Friday. WARBONDS 800. 24 Twp 5 .. R. 23 1:., containing 666 TABLETS. SALVE. NOSE DROPSFUNERAL

Into delicious meat pies U teaspoon cloves Mrs. Earnest Edwards, Mrs. &
Id 1 i them Church services at 12 o'clock. ANDSTAMPS ----- -- -
thilI ota mfr! simply and easily. Use H teaspoon pepper Earle Green Mrs Horace Martin DIRECTOR

rl from a roast with a few li! cups tomato juice Mr and Mrs. CUff Kelly. Mrs. and Miss Phyllis Hazen were ,'

I. The( [ vegetables and gravy to tuck 3 caps cooked spaghetti Vernon Edwards and Mrs. H. H. shopping In.Gainesville Thursday. 'III'IN My Many Ymrit' Experience: Makes It Possible for Me to Render I

', Pi c Die flaky piecrust..t Dice 2 slices of bologna In skillet Howard were In GaInesville Saturday Miss Martha Evelyn Markeyof EFFICIENT: PROMPT and COURTEOUS SERVICE I
* U1A t cotwT, ii"AOFOItD
and brown with Jacksonville spent the week- cincriT MODERATE! PRICES r
onion and bacon COUNTY. rLORIDAt IN CHANCERY.
on red points at the end of drippings. Add to this seasonings Mr. 'and Mrs. Clyde Kelly and end with relatives. .....0 L. Todd. Plaintiff va Carrie DeWITT C. JONES

A fveek? There are several an- and tomato Juice and simmer until son. Winston were In Gainesville Mr. and Mrs. Rurel Dukes and Prince Todd. Defendant Caae No.AND 2701. Btarke Florida !
and I'm devote I
i to the problem thickened. Add cooked spaghettiand Mlonda)'. children of Dukes Station were NOTICE TO APPEAR

i column to those, suggestions heat thoroughly. Serve with Pvt. Pledger Galney of Camp visitors here Thursday. Mrs. O. BTATB OP FLORIDA to: Carrie Prince .,
Todd. whose residence la Route No.. I, '
several slices of pan-fried bologna. Blanding visited his family over W Rimes who has been visitingher Lorla South Carolina. -
1'1 Idea to be smart in
good the weekend.Mr. sister Mra. Dukes returned You are required to appear on November
I use of leftovers, and this is Broiled Liver Sausage and let 1143. In the above named Court ,
colony true Tomatoes (Serves 4)). and Mrs. J. H. Sowell of home. and cause wherein plaintiff ...k. divorce From where I sit.
LaCrosse visited relatives Sun. Mr. Nevada Palmer of Lawteywas and no other relief. Bradford *
u'tre splurged'e U pound' liver sausage, sliced friends here Satur County Telegraph ahall publish thla Order e (
beginning ; 4 large tomatoes, cut In half way. visiting In next four weekly laeuea.Wltneaa -f
. I week by -cr r' 8 slices of onion Mr. and Mrs. Johnnie Lewisof day.Mrs. my band and official. seal at f
MackE. etarke, Florida, the 28th of September,
Loca Waters Mrs. :
Jacksonville visited their
chliing a IB43 Joe MarshNed
After using r, Cut liver sausage Into slices about daughter, Mrs. Pitt, Baxter, Sun- I Simmons, Mrs. J. C. Harrell Official Beat) A. J ThomaaAa t If/
V inch thick. Remove casing. Place In Gaines Clerk of old Court.
and son. Sonny, were
I toast twice John J. Henderaon, Kaq,
the slices of liver f
litUI have a bit of meat left on day.Pvt.. Merle Gano of Camp Blan- ville Friday. Atty. for Plf. 10-1-41 10-13
the .
If fix It with an sausage on Mra. Edna Hayes and children J'
(bones, and you:
can have arI broiling pan with = J ding visited his parents Wednesday Stella Mae Mary Ellen, O. C. iv cntrt'iT roi'H'''. iiiKoitiCOI'MTV. > Buxton was home on furlough of fuss made over them with I
I to camouflage :you tomatoes that of last week. FLU III",, IN t.'I'.**-
r meal out of It. and Isthmus, visited relatives In ('I'IIV.' .. last week. And you ought formal celebrating such. :
meat when I have been cut In r C :Mr. and Mrs. Jake Keene and Gainesville Sunday. Peter Henvlrk Cooper Plaintiff, v.. to see the fuss the town made What they really like are the .
t way of extending half and brushed daughter Carolyn and Miss Beatrice Cora Cooper, Defendant. Case No.
'. little enough/ of that Ii by '' In Mrs.\. Raud Crews and son Donald 2712 over him. Seems like almost simple pleasures-one of Mom'severybody
with butter
Cassells shopping
seasoned were
vegetables generously.: Cut oft and Mr. Pitt Baxter were In ORDER OF pum.ic'ATicw wanted to give a home-cooked meals visiting '
I with salt
Gainesville Monday.Mr. ANn NOTICE TO APPEAR
find + Gainesville on business Saturday. party or a testimonial dinner with friends over a glass of
it pieces of meat you can on and Broil W. STATE OF KOKIDA toi Cora
pepper. and Mrs. T. Markeywere
bone. and combine these with Liver Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Long and Cooper, whoa residence la un or stage something special In beer-enjoying things that mean '
for about 8 minutes. business .
Gainesville i
In on known.
were In Gaines. the way of celebration. home and comfort and security.
i lovely fresh-cooked, vegeta- need not be turned. As soon as tomatoes daughter. Bettye You are required to appear on

|such as carrots, pea., onions, have broiled for about 4 minutes Monday.Mrs. R. L. Reddish and Mrs. ville Saturday on business. November named Court 8th and 1943 cause In the, whereinplaintiff above Of court, Ned acted grateful. From where I alt, our biggest '.

bee and perhaps a few strips top them with onion slices If Carmichael of Hellbronn ,Springs Friends of Bill Harris and seeks divorce. Bradford Dot be told me later,all be really job apart from helping win the

pun pepper for flavor. Com desired.Frankfurters. Mon- family will regret to know that County Telegraph shall publish wanted was) to Bit down with a war. In making sure thoM things 'i
visited :Mrs. Ellis Clemons next four
kin together with some of :your With Potato Salad. they have moved to Hawthorne. Ie.Chic".."Order. In weekly few old frlcnda, enjoy a glass. of are waiting for our men when I, .:

Ie seasonings and tuck the day. Lyon Crosby and Mrs. Johnsonof Witness my hand and official beer or two and talk about old they come back borne for good. "
+ d II mixture into these Individual (Serves 4 to 6)) Mr. and Mrs. Winfred Hazen Green.sboro'vlalted reI atlves seal at stark, Florida, thin Ov-. times again.I .
toner' ftth 1043.OFFICIAL. .
t tples. In this way your lefts H cup bacon drippings visited in AJachua Sunday. here Sunday.Mr. ( .. MKAL) A. 3. Thomas that's how ooh t1A ,
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Simmons Aa Cleric of said f'ourt. guess many (... AA' '
won't In the refrlg- yt vinegar
i languish
avaoe cup and son of Mounty Oak visited and Mrs. L. O. Hazen and T, Frank I.Hndrum, Starkrf,,Florida dlers feeL They don't want a lot .., fI \
|lor. 1 beaten egg daughter, Minnie Lou B. F. Atty. for Pit. 10-8 4t 192SIN 0101.
and Friday.
'taflg Meat Pies. 1 salt Non Mott family I
Making teaspoon Stewart and Hazen and R. E. Hazen visited CIRCUIT COURT. HRAOrOHD

laas together/!and ? teaspoon 2 cups salt.aU-purpose Cut into ,H teaspoon pepper Mrs.Mr.Rob and Lewis Mrs. Ltion visited Mrs Car- G. W. Hazen, at Glendale Hospital COUNTY Marlowe FLORIDA. Plaintiff IN tHANCKBV.Kdwln u.; Mildred. No. 73 of a Series Copyright' ,, 1943, Brewing industry FoundationCHEVROLET {

1 teaspoon sugar. Sunday.Mrs. .
% cup lard ,with spatula and rie Ingram In Starke Sunday.Mr. ,
4 cups cubed cooked potatoes Alva CoUon, Mrs. Raud
and Mrs. Raymond Crews
t until the particles are the size
,ngr. i small pea. Sprinkle table- H cup chopped green pepper and daughter, Marjorie Sue, of Crews Mrs. J. K. Douglas and

water over the mixture, M cup chopped onion Jacksonville visited Mrs. Crews' Mrs. Truby Plnholster attendedthe I

r.d r.e ig it lightly with a fork untilthe % pound frankfurtersHeat parents Mr. and Airs.: O. W. Association at Antioch Tues DEALERS I

particles are moistened and bacon drippings and add vinegar Barry, Sunday. day. [

to.d small lumps. Press dough into a II egg salt, pepper sugar, potatoes

.dJ. handling as little as possible,' green pepper and onion. Stir SUNNY BROOK FARM Hampton Happenings

board lightly.: Divide pastry: until thick. Cover frankfurters with I Barbara Home

halt roll lightly to an eighth-inch boiling water and allow to stand T By Sirs.. Arsula. Crawford By I

ckneis. Using a 3{-lnch pie to 8 minutes. Arrange frankfurterson I CHURCH SERVICES
lit. cut circles from salad for serving.Here's Mrs. Ine Kelly and granddaughter
pastry.: top of potato There will be services at the

Cut %.lnch wedge from circle to a lovely: luscious dessert Eloise are spending and Baptist Church" Sunday morningand ,

better fit into muffin tins. that will go with any: of the above several days In Plant City evening. Rev.. Cutshaw of

Press the pastry: main dish suggestions. It'* easy to Tampa with relative of Baldwin has been called for the
and Mrs. J. B. Griner t
lightly: to fit tins make and very: nutritious: Mr coming year and services here- "FIRST'f
returned to 'their home
J and lap over Tampa after win be the 2nd and 4th
after spending last week
1 wedge. Fill with Sunday Sundays. Everybody Invited and
Griner's parents, Mr.
1 meat ,vegetable with we especially urge all membersto
J mixture. Roll out and Mrs. J. N. Kellly. i,
Alston of Lake Butler -
remaining dough Mrs. Vera

K In circles to fit over top of each spent part of last week with PARTY 'f '

II tin. Press edges of crust her daughter, Mrs.' William Norma Sweeney was the honoree t II
Miner. Bake in a hot oven (400 Crosby. at a weiner roast party at '
'frees) 35 minutes. Remove from II
Judge J. R. 'Kelly of Madison her home on Tuesday evening

and serve hotHere's pent Thursday and Friday hereat Oct. 12th. The occasion' celebrating

[ a salad that's rich In prose the'bedllide of his brother J. her 12th birthday anniver- {
and can be used to pitch in .. g.
R for
has been Ul ,
N. Kelly,
t' the main dish ,when points are sary.Several
out-door were
several weeks. games
P the slim side
: and Mrs.\ Robert Ward of played about the bonfire. Then
Green Lima and Bacon Salad. Mr. were visiting! his the guests were Invited Into the i

[ (Serves 5 to 6) Jacksonville C. living room tql view the many t
Mr.\ and Mrs. W, \
I parents
j I cops cooked green lima beans Ward Sunday afternoon.Mrs. I lovely gifts- Following this the SERVICEH"S. "
hard-cooked '
eggs hot welnerat rolls, assorted pickles
cup salted peanuts, 'chopped Earl Kirby Is visiting several her and colO.,dflnksT'were served 'at !
teaspoon onion julca parents after spending .
a table placed on the lawn. After
rips In South Carolina with
J crisp bacen weeks partaking of 'the '"First Course",
I cup diced parents.Mrs. .
Mr. Klrbys
celery ''
and the
I the table was cleared
j ii cup chopped pickle N. E. Crosby and Mrs. birthday. cake was placed In the I
teaspoon salt. U desired brown rich Beulah Kelly are spending this .
Here are the golden center, where the 12 red candles _
Ujmuialse luscious pies being taken from the week with Mr. and Mrs. C. A. : were Ut In the moonlight. Fancy .* your Chvro dealer for rvlco on all

muffin tins all ready: to serve. If Crosby In Brooker.Mr. candles were also served. Those TRAINED SKILLED makes of cars and trucks-mombor of the Ivory Car and p

yon nave a fresh fruit salad with and Mrs. Eunice Box of winning prizes from the cake MECHANICS Truck Mutt Servo ,

Lynn Says the meat pie and a beverage' your I JacksonvUle were visiting Mr. were: Donald Falrcloth, who discovered organization which Is known as "Amorlca's .,
whole meal's complete. and Mrs. J. N. Kelly Saturday. the wedding ring Cyril

JJps[ on thinking Cooli Acting I Mrs. Loca Blount of Plant City Plckren, who found the thimble MODERN Sorvlc Specialist*"-mombor of the organi WAI WOUIIS t

toot and cool actually: Apricot Whip. spent part of last week with her symbolizing bachelorhood, and lit TIMI.SAVING'zatlon which
the wall-earned
Works 4 U 8)) onoys| reputation -
a magic In making :you (Serves nephew and niece. Mr. and Mrs.C. tie Connie Sweeney who won the EQUIPMENT FARMW
'day Its important to plan your: 1 No. m can apricots C. Crosby. lucky penny, After playing other of having sorvlcod more cars and

4 ahead so that it runs smooth- t cups milk those visiting Mr.\. and lawn games, the. guests. retired to .
and Among
so there will be a minimum trucks than other deals
t eggsU afternoon the house ,where lilac" Harvene any organization
Sunday ALL
of confusion-for that al- Mrs. J. N. Keflly SERVING MO MOSS ACnVttlUPUEUC
Ways makes cap sugar were: Rev. and Mrs.,, W. E. Watterson rendered several pop CARS aftor for than decade
weather hotter. MAKES OP year yoar more a .
salt ular numbers. 25
Dress H teaspoon till: 'of Green Cove Springs, Mr. piano young UT1UTIBOYIUAN
cool eat cooL Dress en- vanilla people enjoyed this affair with AND TRUCKS
ably. 1 teaspoon end Mrs. Jess Vlnlng and daughter I
keeping plenty of clean
:"nmer clothes on hand-things Drain apricots. Mash with spoon. Jessie, Mr. and Mrs. Mills Norma and wished l her. manyh.ppy'return.'tjN AMERICA'S MOST POPULAR DOttai

that can be done up with soap sad ChilL Scald milk. Beat eggs slightly Kelly and children of Lake Butler COURTEOUS VITAL WAR SUPPLIES

: ter ta a hurry and need little : then add sugar well.aCook Mrs. Ima Bennett and children I )f ..* fcf 'A'A*/ Warren has returned SlRvic. DEALER SERVICE ORGANIZATION

ro ung./ Crispy salads-even In milk slowly: mixing In of Lawtey. Mr. and Mrs. .n..four.month stay FRIENDLY rooo SUPPLIERS

IhS imagination/ cool :you off and double boiler stirring constantly until I tillle Norman. Mr. and Mrs. El- with relatives *1 n Monogahella, *

of course, frosty drinks mixture coats metal spoon. Take : ton Sapp of Gum Branch Mr. and Pa., and Is atfth home of Mrs. .

Do your hot kitchen work in from foe add vanilla and chill. : Mrs. D. O. Kelly and Mrs. H. M. U.\ L. Watterson. .

,"ha: cool morning hours. Make When ready to serve fold In chilled : McRae. ),11', and Mrs. .Warren D. I* Johnson and Mrs. Ernest SPEED YOUR WAR BOND PURCHASES-SPEED THE DAY OF VICTORY,

,*ver mashed apricots. of Pine Level Mr. and Ur.
preparations :you can on : Kelly Morgan and son spent Mondayand

retttifood front and store In the problem aria : E ton Brown of Sampson City Tuesday here. Miss Franc

daher ready to pull out for la II Mut you hon Ckambtn m tanning,tTtturn" > .. : and Mr. and Mrs. Thurman Pore Johnson retu r n e d home with Torode Chevrolet Co.

With a minimum of rush Union. 110/ S. .&A >..plainer i and children of Waldo.

IIId Seed hurr" Keep thing simple. Sweet paper ChU.*0. I U. ,.,..... _"<'10.. e ; Mr. and Mrs. Fat Brown of them.Mrs.. Ethel Tldwell spent, the ,

,0u'U keep cooL ull+JJnutd tmrtopt"" your rtply. i t&rkewere visiting Mrs. Art past week at Macon Ga.

i RU. .M4 by W..wrn N.w.p p.f Colon Brown Sunday afternoon. John L. Hall visited Miss Dor- .STARKE, FLORIDA11III ,

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of Seamen

"d ; y, neeYOUR'1SERVICE 'MEN. Aviation Probably see Unll senicewith hl

Kathleen Norris SUCCESSFULPARENTHOOD .. vnirrltntllmU
Says : .. .. BACK
( r lath HOME:
i ".m. !..re.... and .....d. are ...... to
<.<>oprrm. hr hri.irl.. ,'" .ew. mad l.it.r. Coolidge Gasset 'ho
from the hoya ante front ham. Hrrrlc three month hat,
Afternoon Tea mm are alow, requited t- writ '0 the M. P. at Wvat.ll
rlrvruph. rrporllnir '....(. and ctlvltlr* detachment, "
v! of tnlrrrmt received a the J
Bell Syndicate.-WNU fialurn.
'" Camp Maxey Tcaadisci

: I ago a nd
arw- MBS. CATHOUNS' CONBAO EDWARDS Ralph Nettles, son of Mr and Seventeen-year-old Leslie W. He has In Starke Su
I fti .1LMocIaIe Zdlloe. >VonaW. Haeoslae Mrs. R. A. Nettles of Starke( arrived Hunter pf Starke has been en- srs B, H, S,resUmed hl
t I home thIs week after receiving listed In ;:the Navy and transferred

: a medical discharge, from" to the Balnb ridge- Naval AT WENDO"Ett-

FAILURES CAN BUILD CHARACTER the Army. Since'' entering the Training Station In :Maryland. Lt, AI K, Carlisle FIELD:

service more' than a year ago, and Mrs J, B. Carlisle loft or
I once knew a father whose philosophy tion and failure imUarely.. 'Ha on he had served most at the timeas COMPLETE RADIO SCHOOL recently arrived of 81

&&l was expressed as follows: analyze any unsatisfactory situation gunnery instructor at the Fort William Jackson Greene, son Field, Utah at WBII
"Never want a thing until you know in which ha finds himself. And Myers Army Air' Field, with the of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Greene of Air Force a base of the
you can get it. and then want it then say to himself something like rank of sergeant. Recently 'he where men are .
1h bad." Fortunately, although his the following, recommended by a Hampton, and Byron Columbus for heavy bombardment
children were devoted to him he psychiatrist: "Here is a desire had been sent ,to the Air Base Brant ey, son of Mr._ and Mrs. situated on the edge
was not able to pass on to them which can not now be fulfilled yet at Mountain Home, Idaho .and had I C. C. Brantley of Starke, recently salt: flats of Utah of tbe .
his belief in making a virtue of be. one which I very much wish to real- asked for combat gunnery. Fol- graduated from the Aviation fame as one of and hat *'
ing contented with things as they ize. It can be realized, given time lowing additional physical examinations ,'' Radio School at the Jackson- ters in the the |leldIn* |
come to you. Yet frustration, fail. and certain conditions. I will there he was sent to Bush i country forT
ville Naval Air Station. ,
ure to get or do what you want in fore try to work, for these condi- nell General Hospital, Brigham 'I They crews. to fly four-motoret! |
life, is the basis of most unhappiness tions. Nevertheless, until that time have been promoted to the rank : era
and a great deal of mental ill I will'not allow myself to become City, Utah, and later received a
ne... So like this father, you may emotionally disturbed by this situation medical dlschal'ge.REVIVES I -.
feel you can best prepare your children and I will do what I can to -- -- EVERY BRANCH
for life by keeping their wants direct the energy behind these desires PROIOTION'Leonard OF
few and by building in them an of mine:: into some constructive F. Smith. Jr., son olMr.
attitude of "Oh, well 'It wasn't outlet. Then if I never achieve and Mrs.. L. F, Smith of

meant to be" when opportunities exactly what I want, at least I will Starke. has been promoted from -.9nJurance

pan them by. have lived a useful life..- This Is private first ..classto .corpora);
1 1 v When you stop to think about it, not an easy formula to apply. Con- five
He has been !In the Army
/ Ii, however, you can see that this sort stant effort and trial alone will dot
of upbringing would encourage that but it can be-done. nfenths and is stationed at Camp

temptation with which most humans The young person who 'has had Shelby, Miss.LOADHOLTZ.
are beset, to do a little less the opposjte sort o' training; whose
than your best The wiser methodis parents have dinned Into him hour PROMOTED '
to study each child's capabilities wonderful he is and that the world; Joseph T. Loadholtz, a; veteranof H. C. WALL
honestly and then try to direct his owes him a spot in the limelight Gaudalcanal who is now
ambitions into a field where he hasa is often unable to take
it when the serving with the Marine Corps
fair chance of But
success. ambition
itself is still promised career turns out to be "somewhere in the South Pacific," Agency r
as necessary a less
glamorous: than the one he
has been to the rank
force as in the days of Horatio has dreamed of. They are the I promoted
Alger heroes. So don't belittle or of corporal. A former student
ones who continually make! excuses Constant Service Over 50 Years
.discourage it for their lack of successXpubllih- of BHS, has served with the :

But suppose we guess wrong ers, they claim never read their Marines In Western Samoa.
about a child's talents and he comes .
TA. spirit o/ your Lome b what you make it, mar or no uxnv It It'/or you to up against failure in the career he manuscripts; popular composers -
give to and take so they say steal their melodies; HAS MEDICAL DISCHARGE Please Phone 146
courage your own people, courage from them.; has chosen with our help? Haven't
"you have to have Is of Mr and
a pull" their Henry Cone, son
we done him a great wrong? Not
By KATHLEEN NORRISDON'T necessarily If along the way you frequent plaint. Mrs. George Cone of Starke, has

overlook the civi- ORGANIZATION ON TilE. I have helped him meet and overcome To be ,fair to your child, then, received a medical discharge from
I the take the middle course of encourag.Ing home Sat.
HOME FRONTConflicting everyday frustrations'which the Army and returned
old custom of af- i In childhoodand his best efforts while at the
are numerous urday night after 16 ,months of
tea, while you hour which youth. If, in other words, you same time strengthening his char' service. He had been In a California Iankugiutu OlarJiH!

are trying to adapt yourself to bring members of the family have helped him use experiencenot acter to accept: something lower ( hospital for the past four
only for acquiring knowledge than the top rungH>f the ladder if
the needs of .this new war- home at different time, house ,but for growth In character.. Such a his capabilities. will take him onlyso months as the result of back Injuries i, NOW ON SALE

time, busier world. Tea in the keeping tank not finished because .person can face the fact of frustra. far and_ no' farther.: received in a forced land-

late afternoon is a tried and mother Is at war,work, Ing of a plane.Rotarians BUY THEM NOW WHILE

true soother of human nerves; and the general restlessness

for long generations it has caused by a war-these ,ftruj Huge Crowd Enjoys Anniversary Event Enjoy THE SELECTION IS GOOD

served its purpose in the other factor can easilycaw.. Staged By USO Operated By .NCCS Concert Singer
discord within a family unless
homes of gentle peoples. In they are overcome! by intelligent Its Second Anniversary on Much 'of tile success of the A fine musical 'program was

fact, I once heard 'a scientist orBall 1lat oll. The unityof October 13th, found the outdoor party was due 'to the coopera- enjoyed at the Rotary Club Wednesday STOCOWill

ay that we were the only nation all family members' in an grounds of the U. S. O. operatedby tive spirit displayed by the civilian when Lt. Paul Milliard,

In the world that served effort to keep up morale is the National Catholic Com participants, both from Jack who was a concert singer before
munity Service on Temple Avenue sonville and Starke. A carnival entering active service, pleasedan
only three meals in the twen- necessary in these days. This Cure That Cold
given a real carnival and Jam- can never be successful unless appreciative audience with t
ty-four hours and that we week a mother relates how she
boree setting of the typical one- there are milling crowds, many several selections, accompanied at .

were none the better for the ly got despite her family wartime running smooth' night stand affair anxious to participate in the activities the piano by Mrs. E. K. Perry- It's Easy To Take And

difference. problemsand "Although no figures are available .others, willing just to .

The spirit of your home la I what how afternoon tea has for the present, as to the observe, and still others engagedin man.Lt, Hllllard has just arrived in

you make It, war or no war. It Ulac played a big- part in her -planning number of members In the armed the preparations and, publicityof Starke and will be stationed with a Acts As A Laxative Too

you to give courage to your own : forces and their wives who have the attain. All this atmos- the IRTC at Camp Blandlng as a

people, and take courage from them. attended this ,Club during the phere and .help.Was freely given. special service officer. He Is accompanied

Th. crisis of a war CAN be a meansof as do both Franks; Sonia and the past two years, the jamboree unquestionably One hundred and six girls came here by' his wife, and 35c a bottle

disuniting and disorganizing a girls have set the table nicely and had the largest attendance from Jacksonville under the before he entered the Army, they

family, or It can Increase Interest' perhaps started supper. But we have, of any single program auspices of the' NCCS Club there, were known throughout the country .. .._-_
and affection in the'home circle tea first and dine at eight that has been presented by any to dance'and entertain. The Director all Elrldge-HU 11 i a r d Comxnunity -

and gether.bringits ,members closer to "Tea in this' cue doesn't always U. S, O. Club in Starke," E. E. Charles Morotta, wishesto Concert Recitals. They r We Still Have Plenty..

mean real tea; it means light refreshment. Charles Morafta, director of the thank, publicly, each of these made their headquarters in ,Fort
Nowadays Mother Dad, sons and .' Orange or tomato juice; club said. girls who after a long day's workat Myers Fla JERIS HAIR TONIC DEAL

daughters are keeping odd hours, fruit, ''a cup of Jellied or hot soup Attendance was estimated at the office, had sufficient The program was in charge of

busy With tiring pursuits. Nowadays according to the season, \a plate of from 800 to 1,000 persona' stamina and willingness to serve, w: p Smith who finished. the !A Bottle Of Tonic And A Bottle Of

shopping is a Dul..ncelrlnl and sandwiches or' cookies with* milk. "Arriving merry-makers were that they traveled by bus for two third and last Installment of his

discouraging, and planning meals 1s crackers and cocoa on a bitter cold presented with 9100 In "Carnival hours; spent three hours In directly highly amusing autobiography.The Hair Oil

too much for any one person to han afternoon-these are set,outran, flee Reserve Notes" of varied denominations entertaining the soldiers at Rotarians! are currently be-

dle. Unless everyone understandsthe sitting room ''table and".we/a rtl! and in order to partici- the Carnival, and then ,spent two coming better acquainted with Both for 76c plus tax
changed conditions, and will '
co- down and rest for half an hour, nlbj or three hours before reaching series of"threeminute'
eperate, there is household chaos. pitfte IlL I any of the ,events they i one another through a
bllng. drinking and chatting 'Th had to a fee. Preparationhad their homesagain.., autobiographies,
No meat In the markets, no maid In pay I
the kitchen nobody's business to everyone scatters to freshen lip': and been made for COO., so naturally Starke: too, did Its share. given by a different member at

answer the telephone and put away an hour later we all dlndtogetherl! \ the operators were, bankrupt I Throughout] thf'tveels, ,many of each meeting. Mr. Smith, how- Koch Drug StorCourt

the laundry-life has grown Just a "Other rules' are the placirig" bf early In the evening and could I the B.\ 4t/ S.iitgirls,, assisted in ever, has had such long and vari-

little too difficult and everyone Is things for' the 'cleaner'on the'ball not supply all demands.. However making notices; -preparing the ed experiences as a turpentine

cross table on a certain morning ejse ', the spirit of generosity was carnival money land ,on the nightof operator that It took him three &,:Call ,St. Starke, Florida

Afternoon Tea Solves Problem i to they hunt simply don't DoreUa'.weater go. Nobody haJ prevalent and soldiers and couples the Jamboree; took charge of sessions to even give the "high

up otFrank's freely exchanged currency be- several of the'booths Some of lights" of his career. .
"I helped solve this problem with
white trousefsy .Youno] tween themselves when needed the high'school 'boys also helpedin
afternoon tea," writes Erna Whiteof Frank must do his homework',bt 'I CLASSIFIED ADS
St. Louis. I tween seven 'and eight, little Sonia and the operators put money Into this latter activity. The merchants approved by those present, and '
I circulationagain as collected, so ; of ,Starke, who aided the did not vote. By request, he left
"My family her letter sweeps the steps and sidewalks every -
goes on, while the vote was tak-
in spite of the lack of Inflation distribution of'circulars and Invitations the room WANTED phonograph
"consists of six members, all of dif morning of her life: And every I WANTED-
ferent everyone had sufficient funds to were: Ann & Harry's, en... Listings on apartments houses or I 3c lb. None
ages and occupaUons. My night, at ten. We listen *) radio.o* A tacit agreement' baa existed ores per
daughter Jean. 27. works In a munitions recorded music and''catch )up on I meet needs. Franks' Koch', 'Joe's' Grill and between the two counties of the homes for rent located within 20 paper. Phone 179, Pall l (\

plant from midnight to eight mending., This last was hard to air The event on the open fairway, Canova's. Their anxiety to be of district since Union County was miles of Starke I Co, Starke, Fla.

Her daughter Sonia, six goes to tablish. Everyone was sleepy.,s'tu. which proved most!! popular was service to the soldiers and helpIn formed in 1921 whereby the Sena- 119 East Call Street I wd

school. Ooretta, my son's young pld, lazily busy with books Of card Bingo. Over 600 in attendance USO programs is deeply ap torship alternates !between the two W. T. CLUTE, RealtorFOR I, FOR RENT-One :5-room) j
wife, Is with us, expecting a baby. games But I insisted, and nf>w*everyone participated in this game alone, predated by the NCCS. counties every four years. Other 4-room brick apartment,
Both son and son-in-law get home looks forward to this peaceful at a charge of $15: (C. R. N.) a An event which attracted many districts, which do not have such SALE Refreshment and nhed.! Each modenly 11//
hour 200 used the bowling an agreement, may return a good lunch stands. Electric drink and with private ball j
occasionally from their respective closing ,when buttons and game; over was the catching of the greased ped
services for leave. Also there Is tapes are replaced, .rips in sheets alleys at $13: per game. Several pig. This was held In a large Senator was pointed for out several in Tuesday terms and night's it cooler and house trailer. Apply B. Andrews, Raiford; ph

my younger son..15, In high school and hanging hems are put In order hundred also engaged in pitching enclosure built on the.,front lawn meeting important committee chairmanships at Barney's Drink Stand, W 1830, Lake Butler. I
my husband and .myself.. My bus* and the precious stockings are horseshoes. basketball shooting, of the NCCS ?Club. Three sol and other assignments Call St., next to Bradford 10-8 Sip

band works,from 'nine to five In a darned.. There Is something domestic and bow and arrow shooting. diers participated\ -two from the seldom go to a first term Senator County Telegraph. Up :5) bu.
department store; little Frank who and reassuring about women Even refreshments r e q u ired Infantry Replacement Training who cannot succeed himself. On FOR SALE- 4 or w"wanted.

1s six feet two, has a magazine sewing and talking! together under money-'*1 for a cup of coffee; Center at Camp' Standing, and the other hand, a Senator who has FOR SALE-Would, you like to narcissi bulbs, also II

route and takes main charge of one the evening lamps, and the men like $2 a sandwich; punch 11 and one from the Keystone Air Base. accumulated prestige! and experience own a new 3-bedroom FHA .-L. M. Murrhe
of the' finest little"'victory gardensyou it a* much as we do. The kitchen cokes $2. ', is in a 'position to better serve house, with a down payment Box 90, Lawtey.
ever taw."Some la quiet and dark the dining table Mrs. VV. J. Lafferty from Jacksonville The winners of some of the his district in his second term." of less than $700 and monthly CaT
who as
set for breakfast, the fresh vegetables other events, were awarded payments of less than WORK WANTED
months ago I realized that mother of Miss Margaret $30. If rep$ '
stored fan'a cool laundry tub, prizes, wereBasketbalJ:- so, see W. T. Clute realtor or Roofer, new or '
we were gradually growing uncomfortable Claire Lafferty Assistant Director H.
at home, and I sat down letters from the ,absent sons are of the NCCS Club in Jacksonville Shooting! (14 out of 119 East Call St., Starke. Itp Please contact R. 213 N J"

and faced the situation squarely.The cheerful, and the approaching arrival was the fortune teller, and 13: shots) Cpl., William Snook Is. LOST P. O. Box 495 or
of a new little member of the OR STOLEN Ladies- Broadway St., City___
trouble that Horseshoe Pitching Pfc.
was we weren'tORGANIZEDr'1t read the palms of many-the line !!
family keeps our, thoughts on the square yellow gold watch and fel l>
mar..f,4 happier'future. never diminished-under' the shadow Campbell. band. $3 reward and no SITUATION WANTED.

"Well. l begaa' with Jean who Contusion Under Earlier Plane. of an outdoor tent, by candle Bowling Tournament Pvt. SOOO tions ask e d. Betty Huston ques-, Experienced young Iidy
gets home oily tired, hungry Just as "A light. George Quinn high score 190. Starke, Fla. keeper desires position II
year ago were beginntag Itp
we others are sitting down to break. doing general
to crack. Housework keeper or
fast I her. Instead of was ev Gent
eryone's Job and nobody's Job..Dust the counties would alternate eight FOR SALE -3 Duroc gilts 8 work. Ruth Green.
dropping wearily( ,..into a chair andburr.ln. and dishes were everywhere; clean Union 'Proposes year terms Instead of four years, as months old bred to spotted Delivery Starke F1a.
her meal to upstairs,
clothes weren't put away; dirty has been the custom. Commissioners Poland China i boar 1..J.
take a hot bath, get Into nightgown
of Bradford County will be askedto
clothes dldn't get to the laundry.Doretta .' Wynn, Hampton Fla.
and wrapper and come down again. call of Bradford Itp tftYTf9
a mass meeting SECRETARY
and and
Jean I floundered
Her room, was always ready and Change In PactAt County citizens to ascertain their PERMANENT experlencea II
helplessly in the' accumulating disorder. ., One who l Is
WAVE. 69c! Do
: e
darkened with the bed turned down, wishes in the matter an"plnlC l '
your own Permanent hand
and she slept,after breakfast until As tar as Is known there has Charm with 8.-110
"Sonla loitered about 'to seeMummy' -Kurl Kit W. T. CLl'TE.
one or two o'clock. a mass meeting held in the never been any written agreement You Can'tSTRETCH Complete Call 8'
until she was late for equipment East
Including 119
Busy Day !. Wait name. school and big Frank and I Union,.County. courthouse Tuesday, between the two counties In this and 40 curlers :
came shampoo.
Easy to do
I matter, but there to be a absolutely -
"Young Frank 1s instructed to air home ao tired and ravenous that dinner night September 14; e resolutionwas general impression among voters harmless. Praised
by 4
his room and hang up his things; made us feel wakeful and uncomfortable unanimously adopted requqest- that the stat..8enatonhlp. should thousands Including'Fay McKenzie WANT TO BUY 5 or R

Doretta my son's wife, and I get half the night Our'aft ing the,consent of Bradford Coun- be alternated every four years, ever glamorous house in or near starll'

Sonia and Frank off to school with ernoon tea solves this problem. It ty to a change in the "mutual ar- since the county their lunches, and put the bedroomsinto Is a break between the weariness of rangement" which the State The Times article continues: :: Koch's Drug )
perfect order. Then we descend the day and the dinner and evening Senatorship :has alternated be- "Benefits to the district If a Senator cover a $10,000 Loss I Store. WANT TO BUT- good
to the kitchen and dining and : tween the two counties every four could be returned for second
room hours, and we consider it a great : a IF YOU WOULD A Ford Car fo9outbCla, !
t start on breakfast dishes and meal Innovation. Anyway." the letter ;years. term were pointed out by several milk BUT OR SELL W_ P. Smith
planning.,, We find that to have the concludes, "things are running very According: to a news article In 110 discussions and all present vnted Get Our Inventory Booklet cows, stock cows, beef cattle. -

upstairs'rooms In order Is more rest. smoothly In'our house now and a. the Union County Times of Sept. I unanimously to present a resolution ., stock bulls or hogs, get 10 St.
17 the resolution will be presentedto to the Bradford' County Commissioners .touch With J. I OpeM1ton!
ful D.
leaving them until the kitchen I consulted you a year ego about I Odom Jr. WANTED, Women
the Board of County Commissioners to take the matter with Charley E. Johns* Box 241 Starke !hi
work Is Often I up ; Box
done. can lie my troubles it. seems ,only fair to I ; 204 Lake our buses operatingStarke
Bat for an hour before going to the of Bradford County and will I their people. Senator Hal V. Maln- .. City; Telephone 481 camP '
let know that have Lake and anal
you they llsap Agency City.
ask that "State Senators be permitted es. incumbent was present, but did AuCtion ,
hospital at 12. I market
get home at six; peared. to serve two terms instead of not participate itf the discussion rhone IS Starke; FIa.I Lake every Tue da)". Apply from 8 to
City taroBus'
one M heretofore. In other words until After ,the matter bad been 2:30; every Thursday to Mr: Brantley

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