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 29, 1943
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Trading: and BRADFORD TELEGRAPH Sweetest Home Strawberries of the

I Recreation Camp Blanding CenterL I 1 COUNTY Thla. def Heaven

Official County Publication Established In 1877 ,


ir_Ready "This Is The Army" Premiere, -Showing M School District Work HaltedOn

Openext To Benefit' Relief Fund Thursday. Elections Set Negro Units

Civic Clubs For
Monday To Sponsor Sale Housing Officials To Arrive Here

Of TicketsUnder For Parley With
Individuals Elections will be held Tuesday, Monday
communities Nov. 2. In all Special Tax School Administrion
1 to participate In the the chairmanship of Mrs. City
desire Districts. In the for the
fcdford County Fair have only C. A. Knight, .local civic organ- county
Lmore d.iy left to prepare izations were united this week purpose of electing three trusteesand Construction work on ISO housing' units for negroeswas
r wr to assess the mlllage for the morning by Pat B. Smith
and exhibits' S. A. Into an efficient corps of volun halted abruptly Thursday
,bOOthS PieBldent of the Fair tary gaUsmea with one purpose ensuing two years In each dis project engineer acting on a "stop order" Federal Wedne -

don cla'tlon, stated yesterday.Fair in vlew-.to ">ell out the house"for trict. day from the Atlanta office:: of the Public

begins with, a "bang" the premiere showing of "ThisIs Voting will take place at the Housing' Authority.

day, morning for a six-day .+ Hy, 5Wx The Army"; at the Florida white school houses In each district The stop order culminated several' weeks of heatednegotiations

_ closing next ,Saturday. Theatre, Thursday night' Nov. 4 as follows: Hampton, Starke, between F P, II. A, and city officials, incensed -
Individual at 8:30: o'clock.: Lawtey, Vanderbilt, Graham, New units for white
Ll communities and River, Hellbronn, Rising and over the fact that 200 proposed,
Bradford County are Invited Vi' 'i Through the Cooperation of Brooker.S. tenants had been cancelled because they were1 "no longer

|nter an exhibit, and try ,for 1' ; Warner, Bros., Who filmed the necessary". City officials took the position that they did
: E. Sparks, School Board
rice or blue ribbon. All visit- show' and" Mrs. T. F. Grady, not want the negro units un-
of the Florida Theatre, entire -< member, has urged that every
newcomers In this sec- : owner also the
land less they could get
to visit the Fair, proceeds,, from the; premiere qualified voter go to the polls :
urged white units and warned F. P.
j exhibits walk up and showing In Starke will be turned and approve the mlllage askedfor BBS Ready

the mid-waand take over to the Army Emergency Relief I In order to> pay off bonded II. A. that they would' not
? the Indebtedness and have furnish lights' water and
amusements furnished '! Fund. Tickets for the premiere necessary
,t In the Greater Shows. 1 are $1.65 each and sale Is funds for maintenance and to For Hastings sewer lines for the negro

I the Bestaney the Jones '>.- 'limited to 600, the seating capacity supplement teachers' salaries If project if it were built under

rae location' -r-ErI : of the Florida Theatre. However necessary, these conditions.
I south of the Peggy _
e just contributions In excess ,of Determined to try to make It
Load and west of Road 13 : City Clerk Carl Johns received
the ticket price may be made by Military InnShuts three wins In a row the BHS
Lnesville Highway) In the Is of the stirring episodes In, a wire yesterday from
The above scene typical many
anyone who desires to do so., Tornadoes will\ take the field tonight
th i end of town. ,"This Is The Army", smash hit musical film that will have Its Arrangements are being made Up ShopThe (Friday) against a powerful Congressman Emory H.'

premiere showing here next, Thursday for the benefit ,of Army to'give tickets that are bought, potato-fed Hastings eleven atBradford Price stating that represen-
Military Inn closed Satur-
[ tatives of the Atlanta, F. P.
Relief. :
Emergency but cannot be used by the pur-
u *.. day night, and all fixtures have ,
office would be in
II. A.
a.eJ'1 'to convalescents' in the been told to J'ohnnle.McLaughlin Football, rivalry between the two .
'- with Starke Monday "for further conferences ;
BlaocUng\ hospital.. or to schools dates back to 1939
of the "Shady Rest" In Palatka
By T.-L. HamlterKow Starke To Make Officer Describes some other deserving group Con- Hastings lording It over Brad- concerning housing I
Mrs. Jerome C. Hughes, proprietor situation." ___ ._-,.,. ;
ford with two wins and one tie, I "' ..
those who have
that cool weather la defl- Gala Event Operation Of stated !yesterday. While she Mr. Johns that I''
"already ..e.;, the show" or who gave as her number one reason to date. suggests ,

ely here, we can turn to the thesous Of Benefit ShowThe Emergency FundLt. cannot use tickets for some other for closing the fact that merchandise -I Coach Hobbs gave his boys many representative citizens a s
business of walking
reason lire urged to purchase (beer) was almost Im- several new play this week! and possible try to meet, with the '

out of our time summer limber kneesat ,Starke premiere of "This Leon S. Thell of the public tickets' so that they can be used possible to obtain, she also mentioned with the advan t a g e of cooler F. P. H. A. officials and try ,to I
the same upt '
Is The Army" at t h'e Florida relations office Camp Blending for this purpose. the small number of soldiers weather the entire squad' stayed
[ favorite bird, hound., Theatre next Thursday will be a Headquarters, spoke Wednesdayat Chairmen o< the various groups now coming to Starke. for practice until dark Mondayand convince them that the white :

District Headquarters for round- gala event. the Rotary Club, explaining who are cooperating in the ticket "They are going to Palatka", she Tuesday. Buddy Bishop, units ire vitally l needed In I. y!

lie discussion on the topic up- The BHS Band will bring Its Army Emergency Relief. He was sale are: W., B. Sewell, American voluntary line coach has a revamped Starke, In spite of the opinions) i
|!rmost In the/ minds of local Legion H. N.) Fairbanks Rotary said.Mr. and has been drilling -
stirring music to Call St.. the accompanied by Cpl. L. Helfen- ; Hughes Is already In Palm line from some quarters to the con '1
rumen has been set! up by Club Miss Aobte Harley Junior till late on charging
afternoon of the premiere and a beln who will present the stage ; Beach where he has a ,similar ) from early "Even with
trary. now, comparatively I'
tual consent of all concernedHouston's top notch stage show will be show at the premiere of "This Is Woman's Club; Mr.. '3. W. Kin- business, and she Is leaving today and blocking, with particular at, ,
Service Station. presented by talent from Camp The Army" next Thursday night. caidVoman's Club; and Mrs. (Friday) for Palm Beach, though stress on the latter Weak spots soldiers Camp

|Walk Into Harry's place any Standing. Cpl. L. Helfenbeln an Lt. Thell said: Julius L. Thorn' High School. she will also spend considerabletime Blending, there are no houses, I
been by
11I00n and you get a prompt experienced showman and master- "Army Emergency Relief Into The Rotary Club, at Its Wed- at her home In Miami. Ask In the line have plugged apartments or 'rooms available In lv'F

r from one or more sports- of-ceremonies, promises virtuallythe whose bank account additional nesday luncheon, enthusiastically ed to confirm the oftrepeatedrumor shifting players in both the backfield Starke and people walk the ;
who really know, about any- show that presented endorsed the, premiere event and and the line. '
same was funds will after the premiere that she is a sister of Al
pour streets every looking for ac-
; concerning dogs guns or at the Jacksonville premiere. In Starke of the picture each member
L And all can tell you. with- several weeks ago. "This Is The 'Army'"- at the Florida sell a block'.M-ttoliets.; Ticketsare to him, "though 'we' are with the odds even In weight and

: t moment'sbeetltation. 'ex- Little needs to 'be said about Theatre, in Starke Nov. 4, also on ale.'at many of the good friends". "You know he Issn experience, and will have the, ad- ed.

It!; how many days remain bete the actual picture Itself. Those Is an organization designed to leading business houses and also Italian", ihe commented. vantage of a full team of game- No:' oil was poured on troubled

hunting season opens. who have seen It describe "ThisIs provide quick financial and material at and the Rlta box'I'h...offices......... ,-of the Florida wise substitutes. waters this week when F. P. H.

I Concensus of .oplnlon Is that The Army" as one of the relief to soldiers In need. Forbes FullerAt A larger crowd of tans than A. sent negro C. A Thompson, :

ere will be more game this year most entertaining movies of all "Hundreds of soldiers at Camp usual Is expected to turn out, as "regional racial relations adviser :

ill In seasons Immediately pre- tlmiJ. Hollywood talent combines Blanding have benefitted from Lovett's Store TabernacleThe Interest In this particular event for the National Housing Author

ng, as there was less than SO with the best talent of the Armyto this organization's work under has been mounting with each ity", hereto confer with city officials
front of the normal number of that Is absolutely Rev. Forbes E. Fuller, for
bring a show the administrative guidance of game played at Bradford Park. In regard to their objection i
Imroda In the woods and fields "tops". Louis A. Gueaaaz, Army mer pastor of the Lawtey Baptist admitted to .
Major Service men are to the negro housing units.To
Church and Mrs. Fuller will
ft t year, and ideal weather con- Invitations have been Relief officer of the Opens Today'Lovett's minimum
Special officials
this contributed Emergency have charge of a special serviceat all games for the a man, city refused I
flona summer extended to several high-ranking post. charge of 30 cents.Special to confer with him. I
Tabernacle Tues
I the Gospel ,
he of
natural prolific increase who I
'!dire. officers at Camp Blanding "The August figures for Army 79th grocery store day night Nov. 9. Mr. Fuller In a telegram to City Clerk

(The Game Conservation Com- are occasion.expected to be present on this I Emergency Relief_. at Blanding_ I"'A are_ opens, today (Friday) In the for- will show pictures of the type of MeetingOf Johns on Sept. 14 CongressmanPrice \,

Non. an n example OK how the DVIWUC& mer location of Alexander's storeon mission work In Cuba that he will stated that the white units I
realizing this Increase, benefits from this type ,of wel Legion TodayPost
Call Street. soon be engaged In. had been cancelled because r
* relaxed several recently im- Postal Vacates I fare work. Twenty seven loans William 'J. ,Overstreet Is the "Brlgldler General, Camp Blan ,
.led regulations and our newly $1,783. Wednesday night, Nov. 10, Mr. Commander W, D. Sewell,
,were sanctioned totaling local and' Mrs/ Pauline ding, advises N. H. A. white
pointed District Conservation Office HereOn manager Fuller will also conduct a special Post
fieer The average loan was between Phillips, ,Mrs. Myrle, ,Adams and service at the Lawtey Baptist of the Jones-Langford-Whlta units for Starke no longer necessary {
James W. Patray, has rested and $100. The normal top has called Ii.
' that the foling Oct. 1 the Postal TelegraphCo. $50 Miss Junle Parrlsh are the cash Church. He and Mrs. Fuller will of the American Legion but that negro units were. I

we publicize ., merged with ,the Western Is $250 although the amount may be guests of friends In Lawtey a special meeting In the Hall
regulations) iers.Joe
e Union, and\. this week the Postal be need.greater AER In loans cases in o the f greater Fouith Thompson Is the market during their stay here and will for this' afternoon (Friday) at 4 Soldiers' CouncilThe r

office In the Brown building near manager with H. H. Young as then go to Miami where they will o'clock, tor the purpose of organizing -
A which covers
resident may take game in the post office was vacated. Mrs Service Command his assistant.D. leave by plane Cor' Cuba. first meeting of the newly

e county of his residence on Edna Brock, former Postal man- nine south-eastern states have M. Eller, ,district manager, Beginning next Sunday after. to assist S. A Weldon, organized USO Soldiers Councilwas

> own homestead without a Iiue. ager here, was made Western reached $200,000 In the 1943 fiscal is supervising the opening. noon at 2 o'clock a soldiers' song president of the Bradford County held Wednesday night at a e

: Union "Relief Manager", travel- year, service will be started In the Fair Association, and his associates dinner giver by the USO at the

Bird dogs may be trained dur- ling out of the Orlando office. "A great portion of AER funds Carters Sell Farm Tabernacle. All soldiers who 1 In staging the best Fair the building on Temple and WashIngton -

* the period October 1 to No- Mrs Llnnle Curry, former Postal go to men ready to go on fur sing and those. who love'church American Legion has ever spon- Sts. The following mem-

!nber 20 In open territory with employe, will also travel out of lough and Without enough money Mr. and Mrs. Dalton Carter hymns are Invited to attend and bers were present: Cpl. Francis

aid of a pistol firing a blank I Orlando as "relief operator". Mrs. I for fare. In such cases, soldiers sold their 60-acre farm near the take part.' sored. Hamabe, S-Sgt. Frank Cummings, '

olidball. The use of shotgun J C. Wrennlck. another Postal 'able to pay half fare are allowedthe State Farm last Friday to Mr. Every Legionnaire U: urged, to Pfc. Dave Magruder, Cpl. Mary

rifle for training bird dogs II operator, was retained In the local remainder through an AER and Mrs. G. B. Johns, the con- Lucy June MarkhamMrs. be present at the meeting and Jane Tinker, Sgt. Russell R. MeQ -

Prohibited. Western Union office, and after loan. sideration being Sl, OO. Mr. Car- lend 'a hand In the Fair to be u I re, Cpl. Sahnle Karmourkl

The State of Florida has five I a week's vacation will begin work "More common are requests for ter lived there over 30 years. Lucy Jane Markham 06, held all next week Nov. 16. Sgt. Robert W. Weimer Cpl.

flee or districts and the follow- there.E. aid when a man's pay has been He and his wife moved to widow of the late W11 Ham J. Jame. O. Mundy, Cpl. Charles k

S regulations apply to districts J. Whltehead Is manager, delayed because of transfer from Starke three years ago and took Markham, of Ralford, died at her Air Field Wins Ullman[ Pfc. Loyal K. Graham, .

*. 4 and 5: and Miss Cleo Norman Miss one post to another. In these Instances over the service station formerlyoperated home here Wednesday night, Oct. Cpl. Hat Bar ICh Cpl. Reginal

Open Season Frances Swalls Mrs. Lloyd D. the AER grants $::5 or by Mallory Thomas at 20. She was born and reared In Saturday afternoon at 5 o'clockthe Newberry, and Pvt. R. E. Pershamnnu 1:

Deer-November 5. Davis, Miss Marguerite Gilpin and $10 loans, known as "comfort" the north city limits on Road 13, Union County, but moved to Keystone Army Air Field ;
DUng 20-January Miss Alice June Harding remain loans to tide the man over until and live upstairs Mr. Carter has Starke shortly after her hus took a soft ball game from, the The next regular meeting of the

permitted every day Nov. the Company. his pay check Is received.. been In 111 health'' for nine years, band's death Sept. 14. 1942. She Camp Blanding Station Hospital council will be held at the USO-

730but prohibited Monday with "All personnel of the Army and unable to work for.eight months was a member of the Baptist by a 'score 'of 8 to 3 In a hard- YMCA Wednesday night, November I

Tuesday from December 1 CrossFour their' dependents Including honorable and at the 'point of death fromBrighl's Church. fought game on the high school 8rd! at 7:30: P. M.
January Red
S Junior disease for the last three The event was sponsored -
discharged men and families I She Is survived by two dau&hters grounds.

'W'Squirrel.. Turkey and QuaU- schooLs-Lawtey, Rising, of war dead are eligible for weeks. The physicians say he can Mrs. Russell Pearsons 'of by the USO operated by the I,

20 to February 15, hunting and Starke-were rep- AER aid. Funds coma| from voluntary live' only a few days at best, 'Mr. Live Oak, and Mr. Julian D. YMCA. ''The next game with At The

"I'rmitted)". every day Nov. 20-30. Hampton at the first meeting of contributions in all cases. Carter said yesterday. Scott of Lawtey; two sons, Tru- these two teams will be Satur LibraryReader's
Tues. prohibited Dec. 1 resented needs material day Nov. 6. same place, same
reb county-wide Junior Red Cross "If a service man man Markham of Jacksonville and Digest featured in
13. the on Thursday Oct. 21. aid for a period beyond Inman In Seabees Robert Markham of Starke; two time. After the game supper Its August and Sept. issues i

puck r Geese and Coot-Novem- committee Issuing of Ration Book Four that of the AER grant, he may brothers George Nettles of Davenport was served to the team In the MEN IN ACTION by Henry J. -I t

2 t 0 January 10, hunting The others on duty. apply to the Red Cross to provide George Inman, State Represen- and J. A.. Nettles of Cal. USO Club.Wainwright. Taylor, a new book which has

cry day. kept USO-YMCA kindly gave funds for this purpose." tative from Bradford County, and lahan; and three sisters, Miss been widely acclaimed by both

Dove-December 130.hunting The of their rooms and employe of the St. Johns RiverShipbuilding Etta Nettles and Mian\ : Effie Nettles Resigns critics and readers, and which
"'blted' the use of one Co. was Inductedinto of Orlando, and Mrs Bessie
Monday and Tuesday. drinks to committee Write Beforehand Tallahassee Is now available to members
Bradford' served cold the Naval Reserve as a Sea- Elchelberger of Hatnes City. W. M. Wainwright of -
, County Is In, district It was a very enthusiastic of the Pubjlc) Library,
mbar two. which Includes the members. and plans were Wm. L. Duke, area rent con- bee at Camp Blanding last Fri- Funeral services were held at has ,resigned. as supervising MEN IN ACTION tells the

'::owing counties: Alachua Bak- meeting Christmas trol supervisor who Is now keep- day, with the rating of Chief Ely Chapel at 3 o'clock Thurs- auditor for the State Boardof hitherto untold
of how
gathering story
, Clay. Columbia. Dixie CU1L made for candy, nuts Ins office hours in Starke every Petty Officer.Mailing' day afternoon, Oct. 21. the Rev. Control which position he has the Chetnlks Rommel'
plunged -
Hamilton cards and preparing Yule- Tuesday in the courthouse. states C. C. Butler officiating. Interment held since Nov. 1941. He U the
Lafayette, Levy, and other reinforcement. Into aYu&o.lav
T. Nassau, Suwannee. Tay- potted plants for the boys in that it will be a great help If Deadline wu In.the Elzy cemetery.; son of Mr. and Mrs. N. D. Wain it relates the
Md Union. tide decorations Blanding. who have matters to discuss De Witt C. Jones bad charge of wright Sr., of Starke and was a gorge;
Camp persons dramatic story of the role the
Bag limits the hospital designated I with him will write to him Saturday, Oct. 30. t.. the last arrangements. candidate for state treasurer In
been and in
remain the>same as Sunday has Spitfire radar ,played
t several days previous to his com- day for mailing\ Christmas packages 1940.
J'VR tdents over 63 or by National Headquartel'lffU saving England; i 11 explains f
that he can bring to men In the Navy Marine
here so FeatureLocal
ing Pulpwood
are not required to Para Junior Red Cross Sunday. why Gen.! Eisenhower accepted tOen.
files concerning the and Coast Guard, according to
hunting license. along the Honorable Discharge Glraud and what part
CaDle to be discussed. an announcement by PostmasterF. theatres cooperating
birds matters I
Admiral Darlan
and animals shall part playedat
taken ta daytime only during Buy Stock FarmMr. F. Stump.Lawtey' with the Pulpwood Victory Campaign Paul ,E.: Knight ha received Casablanca.The '
. by running a short feature an honorable discharge from the 'I ,
period one half hour before A. E. McKinney Late ApplicantsW. book combines excellent t
"rile to and Mrs. and MethodistSunday film telling the public of the 2- U. S. Army after 18 months' ser
sunset.This Mr. I
recently bought from L. Blair, clerk of the local :(5OOOOO-cord shortage' that threat vice. He was a member of the reporting of the author's 'dra-
Jacksonville -
Mr. W. E. O'Neal of miles rationing board. states that late School 10 A. 'M. 'Morntnc I Ins to hamper the war effort la 2nd Poet Band at Camp Croft, matic experiences t n Africa ,

1 corner la for the sports- a 110-acre farm two which applicants for Book Four need Worship 11 o'clock subject ,1944. All able bodied 'men _are 8 C., but had been ill\ and confined Egypt Syria, Palestine and
and It we can be of west of Starke on Road 48. W11 h to relieve the shortage Station Hospital there Turkey, with a keen Interpretation ,
I ip M any farm. not apply to the board until Mon "What Shall I Do My I urged help to the
lu stock
any way, or you have any they plan to use as a few day. Wednesday and Friday of Life?" Evening Worship 7:30: P. by devoting\ three extra daysto for' several weeks. He U visiting\ of the political forces. a

1IrJZ1atlo"t.e YOU mat to pass 011, They also plan to plant a The i next week, between the' hours of M., subject "What Shall l We cutting pulpwood at the regular him parents, Col. and Mrs. D. E.: which move belnd ,llie'IceD 8.

eltlfaph.the "Col"Qer', care of the pecan consideration trees on was the$3.050.property. I I 10 A. M. and 12 Noon. ?"Herbert Hagxard: pastor. : wage scale. Knight, at present. j


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FLA. STATE FARMBy. I accomplished musician and will bean ed his brother, Claude Johns, Saturday fish good! In Starke. ClaUde
The h Bradford County Telegraph E. R. Itouvler asset to our community.Mr. and they, together with H. We understand that our former I lie Bradley, two or Johns and 14
and Mrs. J. 1.. Robinson M. Rlcharde, had a fine fishing neighbor, J. W. Overstreet now are assisting in "r lOcal
"tablhhl'd: 1877 NK\V: ARRIVAL and Mr. and Mrs. Frank Lee: were trip at Grandin Lake. They report of Macclenny, will manage the I the opening prl'paraUOI18'' It
M.UMSERoPRbSSASsOCIA110N Mr. and Mrs. W. N. North are visiting relatives In Tampa sev- a good catch and la that Lovett's store opening this week
rejoicing over the arrival of avon eral days last week. -.---.-. --- I- -
r a t St. Vincent's Hospital, Mr. and Mrs. J. R. 'Ritch of LET THE
,1VATIQNAL EDITQRIAL.ASSOaA.tJa.I'. I IE. e Jacksonville, Thursday, Oct. 21. Jacksonville were guests of Mr.
William N. North, Jr., weighed and Mrs. H. M. Rlcharde Sunday. From where I sit. Electric Shoe j
L Matthew _.-.... Editor and Owner almost eight pounds. Mrs. Ira Yonge continues' very Shop
111 at the home of her -
,, Keep
Little Kay Partney, six years 1 Your
Mr. and Mra. M. I*. Yonge.
Yearly $1.73} Six ]Month, $J.OO old last Wednesday, had several '
Miss Roberta Whitfield, was for
Joe Marsli"Keeping :
little girls In for a "tea party. Jy
several days last week, the guestof SHOESlooking
Three little friends, Marie Wiggins -
Published Weekly on Fridays and Entered u* Second Miss Virginia Sewell In Starke. 1
(.Ia..... ]Matter at the Post Office at Htarke. Fla. Mary Rivers Stubbins and Mrs. Paul McLendon and little
Frances Caldwell assisted her in
f son, James Nelson, were overnight works out Just the opposite
having a happy afternoon, and store Sam Aber- new
guests -of Mrs. J. D. Cog- often not the men,, choose
enjoyed refreshmenta of Ice nethy says, "can teach a person as
You'll 'Want To Be There cream and a birthday cake. dill In Gainesville lastweek.Mra. plenty about human nature. soda-pop or milk,with beer right JUST A LITTLE
Robert Kite was called to Roy Fisher, supervisor of "Now coffee rationing's lifted there and no restrictions on it. WILL KEEP YOUR 4'

Sure-you CAN wait to see "This Is The Army" whenis Johnson City, Tenn., last week Union Co., schools, spent Monday folks ain't a-breafcin'their necks But If It wasn't there like fatl7ln' SHOES IN GOOD SHAPE!
because of the death here supervising the delivery of *
is shown few weeks hence at "popular" prices but if of his to all they can.Know- the the story mightbe
a mother Mrs. M. M. Kite. Jack Ration/ Book Four. Mrs. Bryan can want altogether dJJfereut.It. Quick Service And
It If
Starke is half think it is the theatre Whitfield, Mra. M. Griner and In'they have thay Good
just the loyal town we Kite of West Palm Beach accom- E. they ain't so all-fired anxious From where i sit, that's how Work
will be at the showing here Nov. 4 panied him and Mrs. Sina Kite Mrs. R. P. Stubbina were her
packed premiere on to get It." It Is with Americans. Tell 'em We Can Furnish
when ti lcets will sell at $1.65 each, with the entire pro- filltch had been with her motherfor assistants. Sam's right, as usual I don't they can't have a thing and by Neatsfoot Oil For VourB WUh
more than two months. Mrs. Friends will regret to hear that
ceeds to the Relief Fund. crave that second cup half as golly, they'll find ways to get It.
going Army Emergency Kite had been a frequent visitor little Jane Rlcharde has been con-
their to have It -
much as when I couldn't get 1L But admit right ,
Leading civic organizations are cooperating in the sale here and made friends with all fined to her bed for the past But that's human nature and their own good, sense will THEELECTRIC

of tickets to this premiere and it is hoped that these volun- who tendered met the her.bereaved Our sympathy ones. Is infection.Mr.three weeks. because of a gland Like allowing moderate beer In lead to moderation.,

tary salesmen will be met by a public that is already "sold" The family of P. L. Laing, consisting and Mrs. Everett Robinsonof the Army's post exchanges. Instead SHOE I

r on the idea of helping out with another worthy cause. of Mrs. Lalng and daughter Jacksonville''are guests of their of leading to more drinking 80e1" SHOP

Army Emergency Relief may be likened to a gigantic Shirley, are moving here from parents. Mr. and Mrs.:.'J. L. Rob- the OWl report says It Across
Ponta Vedra. We are glad to inson. From Turk Tlll'1Itre i
clearing house, prepared to cope with the most critical welcome them. Miss Laing la an i Clyde Johns of'Mac lenny visit No. 74 of a Series Copyright, 1943, BnlAi Indiutry Foundation

emergency on a moment's notice, or handle the many routine I

problems such as allotment difficulties, legal aid, medicalcare

and physical .necessities which include food, clothingand

the proper house facilities-in short, every difficult

situation that can confront the men of Uncle am's Army [iEKiiETi11SEE

and his dependents. !

e Yes, you CAN wait to see "This Is the Army" at pop-

ular prices. But something tells us that if you can scrape

together $1.65 you'll be at that premiere on Nov 4, Right?!


Food Administrator Marvin Jones urges farmersto .

comb their farms for scrap metal, pointing out. that steel

for farm machinery, as well as for guns, tanks, planes and r

ships, will be available in direct proportion to the amountof

scrap Next collected.to industry the greatest source of heavy scrap B. H.. S. vs Hastings FRI. OCT. 29

is the American farm and if we are to make sure of enough

steel to supply the tools needed to keep'up the pace of war- a

time production millions of tons of scrap iron must come '

from farms in the next six weeks.. ADMISSION:

Bradford County farmers who have more scrap than BRADFORD )

they can haul away themselves, should notify County AgentL. ADULTS 55c

T. Dyer, who will make the necessary arrangements. .


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A lot of folks are already losing ways making some kind of experiment .
sleep worrying over what to or other on poor 'lUtla : : .
do with Hitler when the war la defenseless white rats. Let one ( .
over. Of course, there are. the team of doctors Innoculate Hitler : : 943 SCHEDULE .
usual sob-alHtera, so-called Christians & Co., with concentrated serum ".', '. ,
and Nazi sympathizers who calculated to bring 'em down with .
think the Allies should be lenient ,
gout erysipelas, lumbago, Infan- u I .
with the old ,o-and-so, and some tile paralysis, appendicitis, menin- '
weak sisters even go so far as gitis, typhoid fever, mange, seven- ,; Sept. 24 Lake Butler 13 BHS 18 f
to say that Hitler and hilt cohorts year-Itch, running sores, tetanus .'..,. .1 '" -
will be punished after they pass and shingles. Then let another : / I .

through the gates of Hell. team of medicos come along- and ..
As far as I'm concerned, don'tthink ', Oct. 1. Alchua 13' BHS' 0 .
I shoot 'em with a cure-all serum
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we should expect the Devilto just to keep 'em living long -4.,.. .
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wash THAT dirty linen when enough to take another round.of ; :-"' d." .. .
we have ways and means of doing shots from the first team of doc- i. '> ... Oct. 8 Green Cove '19. ,'; ';(' B. H. S. 13 *;,::.... ;'.;;.\) t.
It ourselves Hiller, Mussolini \ tors. I ; .
humbly suggest that this "1 \ 'r.. k' ..
Tojo and all their buddies process be. repeated for the next G; .. ; '", ,.9r: it. ,1'-iit t "
who are responsible for gettingus thousand years, at the end of t/ < .'.:,. ..
Into this terrible mess shouldbe which time Hitler et al. should be ':,. 0";,,,.,''. I Oct. 15 Newberry 18 ..,, ..:.,..'..' ;.. B. H S. 19 / 'Y..J .'.,...-'. ..
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made to suffer on earth Justas ,/ .
much as possible before Satan sufficiently punished on earth and .I :,"" .; ..' ..,' ,' ,
Is called on to finish the the Devil could take over from :: Oct. :. .. '''f '
job. '" ; 21 Baldwin 0 ;;:. B. H. S. 46 4 4y. .
Idea there on out ,
My (admittedly on the sadistic )
side) Is to turn them over If anyone has a better plan, ./' .

to those scientists who are al- now Is the time to speak up! '. :. : Oct. 29 Hastings r :
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Nov. 5 Bolles ..r'". .
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L By Minnie Lou Hazen, .
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HALLOWE'EN CARNIVAL be glad that she Is doing nicely 'I '\ Nov. 12 Jlunnell; '" ." '1.. < f.. \ :' Here .
Don't forget our Hallowe'en I after having her tonsils removed. e. ,t, '"t ,.". .',.;,.'->r"-........y ., _" ; 4 H.: : ... ..': .' I /, ..:
Carnival Saturday afternoon and Luther Harrell and M. D. Har- "T i, ... .j .. ,'. -. .. ''f.;' '
nignt near Colaon's store There rell visited relatives 't 1 n Miami J ". .I. ...... :; .,
will be plenty of amusements last week. -, : ; Nov.19W'r ._. !..:.. Jasper : ". 'If There ..:

parade, and' a 'c h i'cken 'supper. Friends of Mr. and{Mrs. L. 'L. ."t. ; 1. .

_ Everybody ,come.: Parker and children will regret Nov.724High Springs "

Mrs. Winfred Hazed spent the to know that they have moved to ;. Here
''week-end In Alachua Visiting ''her Lacrosse to make their home. \

parents, Mr. and Mra Bayles. Friends of Little Billy Brown, e
Miss Bonnie Mott and Mrs. son of Mr. and Mrs. Artford
"l Cephus Harrell entertained Thursday Brown, will regret to know that
i afternoon Oct. 21, at the he la critically 111 In St. Vincent's
t home of Miss Mott, with a mis- Hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Brownare
cellaneous shower honoring Mrs at his bedside.Mr. '
Mack Simmons, the- former Miss And Mr._ OAAPV-A Rlvra SHOP'STARKE DRY CLEANERS &
Lubedla Waters: Games and con vnd daughter. Selma, and Morris BEER LINNIE FOGG McCULLEY Mgr
teats were played and later in Kelly of Graham visited relative LAUNDRY
the afternoon delicious refreshments turd friends here Sunday.
of chicken salad, saltines, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Sapp. and SAM ROSENBERG & SON EASTERN AUTO SUPPLY ALVAREZ STORE
cake and tea were served the and Mr.
son, and Mrs. Harrell

many guests.lovely Mra.and Simmons us e f u received 1 gifts.About Nora Sapp Sapp of Jacksonville Sunday. visited Mrs. THE GUIDON GRILL'. DEN ARKFURNITURE CO. CARL JOHNSMAUDE'S

thirty enjoyed the affair.
Friends of Mrs. Vernon Ed-
O. W. Hazen and Mr. and Mrs. '
R, H. Hazen an4 children Jack, wards will be glad to know that ,J. H. COURTMANCH=I Jeweler"KIDD'S H. C. WALL AGENCY, InsuranceLEILA'S LUNCH ROOM
she is
getting along nicely after
Doyle, and Mary Frances -
H. S. Hazen and family at Center head.laving a cist removed from her LADY FAIR BEAUTY SALONMAGNOLIA

i ,Hill over the week-end. They SINCLAIR. SERVICE .
also attended church at Plant The ladles of the Red Cross met ,
City. at the home of 'Mra. T. W. Mar- DRESS SHOP AND BEAUTY SALON HOTEL.
Miss Doris Hodge spent the key Wednesday afternoon, October -
weekend at Dukea Station visitIng -
20. After several hours of THE ELECTRIC SHOE
relatives. SHOP
h sewing; Mrs. Markey served her A. M. DARBY'S Across From Park RESTAURANT
Theatre -
Mra. Lee Green and son, Tom- '
cookies and Coca-Colas.
guests :
mle, and Mrs. Lawhorn visited BOB'S TAVERN
relatives In Worthington Springs Each Wednesday these ladles GUY'S MARKET A & Pe FOOD STORE
last week. meet and anyone who can help H. E. TUCKER Sinclair Agent
Friends of Marie Edwards will will be appreciated. ,


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I who were outweighed In the startIng Social Sorority. Last year the PINE LEVEL'

lineup 13 pounds, to the Joined B. H. S.., students by mowIng fly Mrs. II. M. McUac

iRADFORD SCHOOL JOURNAL man. Lack of substitutions also i back tOo Lawt y. INKANT Lt.WIS.
hampered the Indians, as they had Marjorie hasn't fully decided
The friends of Mr. and
to revamp their line when two upon her career but she says
players were slightly Injured and there Iii! a possibility of her going Mrs. T. E. Lewis deeply sympa-
were forced out of play. to business college. We wish you thize with them over the death
STAFF [ suffered no the best of luck in whatever line of their Infant daughter who was j
I Tornadoes The Tornadoes
Freddie Editor-In-Chief Wimberly Swamp Baldwin 46 To 0 injuries and should be In top I of work you might choose, Mar atrlcken away with Thursday pneumonia afternoon and,passed Oct.

shape for tonight's event at Brad- jOrie.
Co-Editor 21. The funeral services were
Entire Squad ford Park when they meet a form-
Sewell conducted at the home Friday
Virginia Junior Red Cross I
I senior Biographies Susie Seesit i Sees ActionIn Idable rival-Hastings. Future Farmers afternoon by Rev. \V. E. Hall of
WhitfieldNews : To Open DriveThe
Roberta Organized Green Cove Springs and the little
*ills I ____ Marjorle Davis 'P"'P.. Friday Game Senior Biographies body was laid to rest in the Conner
Junior Red Cross Its ,
., ---- Darby Peek Undoubtedly opens The Future Farmers of America Cemetery. De Witt C. Jones
rtl ------ the vacation Is drive for membership November Getting set for the last half DELORES CRKEKMOKEDelorea
I Edgar Wilkinson what Bradford HI' needed, because 1, 1943 and within 15 days will of a tough schedule, the BHS Ann Creekmore! was Organisation, formed by the boysof had charge of arrangement
Lola Blecha
Krlal Features -- Monday morning all the old Tornadoes turned the heat last Bradford High, got off to a
\ on
seek to enroll every boy and girlIn Rev. and Mrs. W. E. Hall of
Davis, bom August 26, 1926 In Live Oak.
F Caldwell, Jimmy late but otherwise good start
'f Jo gang was back with the good old Bradford County. On November Friday night as both, first and Green Cove Springs passed
Faxon. Phyllis Martin. school She attended Suwannee High this year. We had & very sueceaaful -
thy spirit. Seems everybody 4., Rev. Lightfoot will speakin second teams scored at will to through this section Friday after-
jfelverna Thornton.mbly Martin had the spirit at the ball game assembly on the Red Cross swamp Baldwin, 4* to 0 at Brad there until 1941, when she movedto meeting on Tuesday of noon on their way to Valdosta,
Martha Friday night. ford Starke and entered the last week with our teacher Mr.
Hooray for the Drive. To be counted a memberof Park. sophomore Ga., to conduct a meeting there.
Margaret Stringfellow faculty! Especially those ticket class at B. H. S. She la Rerguaon. acting as Chairman
., the Junior Red Cross each Fullback Hall furnished the Mis. A. P. Hall and childrenof
sellers.. Noticed at the game; room Is asked to donate at least punch for first blood as he car- five feet, one and on..half Inches and the election of officers was. Jacksonville spent a few days

Editorial Leonard Smith home from the !50 cents and as much over that ried over center after a sustained tall and weighs 94 pounds. held. Those elected were: here with Mr. and Mrs. H. M

Army on a furlough, Jewell and !amount as they can or, will. AH drive from his own 30. At no Dee as she Is known aroundB. President Marcus Reddish. !!McRae

may know we have a Elton Powell home from Southern the money over 50 cents will go time during the first half did the H. S., has only one dislike, 12th grade. I ClauUle Cash'of Camp Blanding
i you do you? Thisr College, Gall Sewell down from Into a service fund to be used as Indiana threaten aa the Tornado -, history. As she expresses It, she Vlce-Prcsldent John Hall night with Mr.
or spent Saturday
I paper Tallly, and last, but not least, the class wishes for some Red line held fast and Ends McRae Is "especially attracted by curly- 12th Grade. H. M. McRae.
Is prepared by a staff made one of our former members of Cross project. and Bernie successfully broke up haired boys, all the better If they Secretary L- Emory B r own, and Mrs. }'

If f students of B. H. S. The the faculty, Evelyn Stump, lookIng There are several different the visitors' ,attempts at end runs. ,are blonde, not too tall." Her 12th Grade. Miss Dorthea Norman of Starke
will be glad at 'any time very trim in her WAVE uni- projects which may be carriedout Early In the second quarter, other likes may be combined un- Treasurer Lavon Alvarez, spent the Week-end with Miss

Lve give them some, news. form. Saw Betty Turner, Jim- by the different rooms. One Fullback McRae again got away der the topics "dancing and California 9th Grade. Odessa McRae
received you a letter the other mie Reddish, Anlce Green and R. group may' decide to "adopt" a for a 23'and a ,40-yard gain ." Any connection there? Reporter B I 1111 e Matbeny I Misses Patsy and Cleone Ed-
e W. Mosely sitting on Anlce'a front 11th Grade. mondson of Starke were visiting
veteran. This means'they will through the Baldwin line, placingthe Upon the completion of high I
I from the Editor'ot the paper doorsteps after the game. Guess gather things to send to himasa ball on the 8-yard line,. first school this year, she plans to enter Advisor V. R. Ferguson, Misses Lucile and Haven Crosby

(year. We would like you to what I saw again? Marguerite scrapbook of poems Jokes, pictures down and goal to go. Colson Stetson University In Deland, Teacher. Sunday afternoon.
1 some of her letter to let you Flower with Roy Harrell aa her etc. They would send him carried around end to the 3 and to complete a commercial course. Watch Dog Jimmy Godwin, Mrs. H. M. McRae and daughter -

Ihow much this school paper escort! Boy! The young ones sho' ,'a little gift on his birthday and Hall plunged over for the second From there she hopes to go to 9th Grade. Mrs A. F. Hall, and children
( are coming. 'I at Christmas and remember him score. McRae booted the extra work If California doesn't Inter There are many alms and pur- were dinner guests of Mr. and

mean to you. Spotted Jewell Johns dancing with vuiua_ on_ outer, uwaoiuiia.Some .point- and the half ended----- 13-0.-- -- ,fere with her plans In the mean poses of the F, F. A., but the Mrs. J. L. Lewis Sunday. They
wish you could see how her blues away at the USO Sat- members of the class will The third quarter opened with time. The senior class wishes primary aim Is the developmentof also visited the bedside of Mrs

ed we are upon ,receiving I urday night, also Lou Nell Durden I take turns writing to him once a the Indians' right halfback, you the beat always, Dee, agricultural leadership cooperation T. E. Lewis in the Rising Sec-
ISSue of the Telegraph. The down from Jacksonville. Caughta month. Another worthwhile pro- George Sides, putting on a show and citizenship.V. tion.
thing we look for is the BHS of his be tore loose around I R. Ferguson Is admired by -
view at the sideline and saw I ject would be to write to the own as ., MAKJOKin CARJVHCIIAEL
1 and then, of course, Caro- i Herbert' Green, George Kenla, !children in the leper colony in left end for 40 yards, followedby Monday mornings loom dark and ,all of his students In Agricultural Wanted Clean cotton rag" No

treet. Last week's issuethe ,Buddy Bishop, tmd Maxie Carter, :Louisiana.! They couldn't answer, a right end ,run for 20 more. gloomy for Marjorie Carmichael. Class! and Is recognized as a good trousers No buttons, Bradford
( best yet and you don'tbow 'Jr., sitting them out. Man! Whata but the letters would ,be appreciated With the ball resting on the Tor- She didn't give us her reason for teacher. County Telegraph. tf

r good it made us' feel. life, I still say. I nevertheless. nado's 23-yard line, first and 10, this" however. Nevertheless, Mar .
ught back some very pleas- Roberta Whitfield in from the the National it looked for a while as If Coach jorie\ balances her dislikes for
emorles to me and I must State Farm Wednesday night to Children's Then there Fund.is This fund goesto Rowell had given his boys some Monday morning with her liking FOR SAFETY COMFORT AND ECONOMY RIDE

t a little case of homesick- stay with Virginia Sewell. Hear occupied special half-time Instructions Two for movies, good books and Coca-

You' have an ,opportunity they had quite a time. 'countries.children. Last in German winter the Red plays later, however, Right HalfLewis' Colas. So far nothing unusual. FLORIDA MOTOR LINE,BUSSES
r. to really do something Home EC. class Is Interestingnow who went fumbled the ball after a ButMarjorie was born in Law-
Cross Representatives
wbUe. Few people realize that the girls are cookingand I to Poland to distribute clothes, vicious tae k I e by McRae and tey, January 7, 1920. After two FOR COURTEOUS CORRECT'INFODl\-IATION
[important a school paper is sewing. Mr. Smith went 'paid for by the National Chil Starke 'recovered on its own 12. years of Lawtey she decided to PLEASE PHONE 147
e i school but they do miss down Friday afternoon to replace 'dren's Fund, discovered that, they Colson and McRae divided honorsIn take a flying leap to Ocala, Fla.,
rlbly when they miss an 1s- Mrs. Cook for a short time. Some- the same the next five minutes, each where she went to school her first

| It gives you a good feelingyou one asked him If he knew how clothes had been all wearing the summer.. making a, touchdown from end 10 years. While there she was a UNION BUS ,STATIONLACY

see a full page and to cook and he answered, "Sure, The Junior Red Cross needs ', runs member of the Alpha Theta PI

|you start to analyze It you come around and I'll show you our support and deserves everything I Coach Hobbs then kept the fans CONWAY, Agent
a how much it represents the sometime.: Watch out, Mr. dizzy trying to with sub-
we can do for it., Let's keep up Are. Starke Florida
school and its activities.
Smith; ole Susie Is sure to go : make this the most successful stitutions as he gave every playeron GET THE
s personal satisfaction and when you're least expecting her. ,drive B. H. S. has ever known 1 1V. the bench an opportunity to tafj a
nly real reward for faithful SPEEPX SURE !
Virginia Stelnley luckily walk- S. play. Two beautiful end runs of -
vorlng. By now you prob- ing around, sort of In a drape 40 and 45 yards each by Halfback 7RELIEFFORAWJNDIGESTION t
|realize what a '''tremendous after the accident jtlfsQn r
shape, though, "Cooler" Anderson and a 1 '
t li, to get a paper- ready to 'that happened Wednesday night. Meet The FacultyThe long pass to End Bernie netted

i press. Sometimes you feel You should warn your B. F. about had three more touchdowns In the GUARD
JOur 1 efforts are In vain and the 30 mile speed limit we have, state of Georgia has fourth quarter, and the sure toe t
the right to most of
jolty aren't interested but
Virginia. of McRae added three extra I
life, but Florida claims two tt YOUR
keep on and thenbegin
plugging Looked in 0 n Bookkeepingclass months and two weeks for, her points to bring the score to 46 to s 1Carpenter's ,.
i to realize how much
the other Few things ended.
day. I 0 aa the game
t Is. You own. She came to Fla., with her
very definitely that attracted my attention were Although decidedly lop-aided,
stationed at
husband who Is now
liome ,
good talent on ,your Margaret Stringfellow borrowingInk the game from start toflnlsh was .
| and the biographies and usual Ethel Durling get- Camp Blanding.
(as ), a crowd-pleaser and everyone had
'articles have all been very ting told out about her work beIng Mrs; Cook was born.In Waynes- high praise for the plucky deter- Store WHEN TRAVELING.
boro, Ga. She atte n d e d the Drug ..
so messy, Marjorie Davis for Womenat mination of Coach Rowell's boys
Georgia State College
dents if you have anything perched in one corner cramming
Of course, I Mllledgevtlle and taught six On a short or long business trip-when visiting
ould like to go In to your all she could cram. schools.
!In high
S paper please drop It in 'the mean bookkeeping. Dolores Mrs. Cook worked with the F. S. camps or bases-or on furlough-change your easily

Ibox In the down stairs hall working 2 or 3 exercises aheada Albert A., for six years, and this Is her STEAKS CHOPS lost or stolen cash into' safe American Express '
([ smart little thing she Is) e
f eit to anyone on the staff Davis loaning his red pencilto first year -of teaching in Florida. Travelers Cheques before you leave Spendable

nk i you very much Idalou, Morris Kelly. Yes, that ls,an much She and likes thinks Bradford the students High very are DELICIOUS IRISH STEW everywhere. Prompt refund if lost or stolen. M

|>ur very encouraging letter. Intelligent class without doubt, cooperative.Our Issued 'in denominations of $10. $20 $5O and
with Mrs. Parkerson In
ape i you and the other ex- especially them to show 'em who's blonde home economics TEMPTING, TASTY'SANDWICHES $100. Cost 751 for $\00. Minimum cost 401' for

II" of BHS will enjoy read- boss.front of teacher, who Is 5 ft. 3 1-2 In. tall, DELICIOUS HOME MADE PIES '$IO to $50. For sale at Danks, Express Offices
ur has hazel eyes and a sparkling t
High School Attention please-Don't forget ,
I. about the exhibits at the fair. disposition. i
Mrs. Cook's hobbles are Cooking A & A LUNCHEONETTE '
f I- Editor. Start working on them If you AMERICAN EXPRESS
: and sewing. She does not (

have any,dislikes-a very strange In Park Theatre Bid Starke Florida
fact.She *__ -_-_=1\,
Is a very efficient home ec ,!
teacher and has the ability to '''I
make friends with everyone. In K :

I helps addition manage to her the other cafeteria.duties she Have a Coca-Cola = Na Zdravi '

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3rd Grade News (HERE'S TO YOU)

I i.ec i.I i. During the past two weeks, we
have lost three pupil: Lee and '
Richard Bryant and Patricia

i Cooke. We were very sorry to ,

see them go.
Anne Cressler and David Wood-

ward have brought pretty potted
plants to make our room look

nicer.We have some new reading

work-books, called "Through the .
Green Gate." We like them very 1 yi(

Ernestine B. McRae, teacher.

9th Grade News ,
&au4 :'
Awfully surprised Monday when

Henry Manassa, one of our "never '1

miss a day" pupils didn't show 1t
up. Seems as if' he had a little
find In' his around on I ;t
trouble way N
e Arrival of, Three New Experienced the Oklawaha River. Better takea k r

r,r'o \. r' compass along next time. Hank.

.Beauty-,. Operators t j-, -r; -,.:. >, Making writing boards for the .k
1 : Red Cross should prove Interesting -

MISS' RUTH:, HASER, : We hope to be a great helpIn r, f

of Erie Penn. HP The room lost a pupil when
Helen K. moved to Jacksonville.Oh A

well, our loss and Jax's gain. ... "''

'g, MRS. SAM LONG r"" See y' next week.Dot B. ;

of Detroit, Mich.r ." haven't already already.put up ne I see large they have tent. or how to greet a visiting Czech'l l

Guess I'll have to put my new

MRS. ROY BRAGA pair of shoes In the exhibit. Everyone knows that the way to make friends Is to be friendly.Have "CoJka", = ,, ,
tought with my last precious f/
of Knoxville Tenn. ( ticket. They seem to be the pret- says the American airman and I1'T'to you replies the Czech flyer with instant e / .-a" t '
work .
things I've really ever J
ed hard to get.Overheard understanding. This simple gesture is a world-wide high-sign of good latent. '
i.'t' ,
ALL 1 149- FOR. APPOINTMENTS" tj someone of her Doris week-end Hodges over telling at Around the globe Coca-Cola stands for the paus that ""' ,,.sb.s-bas become ..

I Duke Station. My! Wonder whoTWat the symbol of welcome among the kindly-minded. .4'
was that made her
eda' Ic'. natural for popular names .,
Salon sal excited and happy?
edcctr "Weft'ole Susie has to stop now BOTUIO UNOII AUTMOIITY Or TNt COCA-COlA COMPANY SV to acquire*. That's friendly why you abbreviation hear p
and study since this Is teat week. STARKE COCA-COLA BOTTLING CO. Coca-ColacaUOLi''C ke", 1 1O

Starke Florida HI see you, at the game"Susie.tonight." 1
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months ,a. a private !In the Air to .e-enter
11 SOCIETY and CLUBS BronsteinLennonMr. Breazeale-Clute GSO MeetingThe Corps, received his medical discharge with his father the IlveBtock E -
at the Army Air Base, DoII1bJ
and Mr. Ezra Lennon announce The engagement'and early mar- Girl's Service Organizationheld ttrsr
.. the Hammer Field, Fresno, Calif., on while
--- of new
--- first meeting
- the marriage of their riage of Mrs. Barbara C. Brea- Oct. 16. He and his wife arrived "
Date Set daughter Miss Margaret Lennon, zeale of Jacksonville and W T. season in the USO Club operatedby duly but t be, 18 tiDt t
Miss DowlingWeds Wedding to S-Sgt. Nelson Bronstein of Clute, well-known Starke. realtor, the YMCA on October 24. In Starke Sunday and he plans to re-call at any time

Mr,, LongIn For Miss Guy Buffalo N. Y.,. at the residenceon was announced at an Informal At this time officers for the ---
Pratt Street at 3 o'clock Sun- week-end house party' at "The coming year were elected. Those
BiloxiMr. And Maj. JoplinMrs. day afternoon, the Rev. A. E. Oaks", the spacious Kingsley choRe to serve were: President, '
Welcome You
Lake residence of Mrs.:Breazeale Miss Pat Keen; Vice President We To Trade With Us
and Mrs. Ernest Jackson James T. Guy, of Starke, Lighlfoot. pastor of the First Sec- Arid
Dowling announce the marriage announces the coming marriageof Baptist Church officiating. The bride-to-be Is?the widowof Mire Margaret Mills Wanda Stringfellow Pearce.; Save On These Wholesome
' of their daughter Marian Grey, her daughter Miriam Denny Mia Lennon attended BUS and the late Isaac Newton Brea retary, Foods

to Eugene Milton Long, son of .to Major Wallace Malcolm Jop- has been an employe of local dry scale, who was for many years Announcements were made con-
k Mr and Mrs. E. C. Long of ling Jr., of Lake City, which will connected with the' Electric De- cerning the need for new members --
goods store Sgt. Bronstein was
Brooker, on Sunday, Oct. 24, In take place on Thursday, Novem- partment of the City of Jackson- and arrangements for trans-
t y l the Episcopal Church at Blloxl, ber 18, at eight o'clock, in the stationed at the Keystone HeightsAir ville. portation. Tip Top Super Market!
Miss., with the pastor performing First Methodist Church of Starke. Field for about a year being Discussion then centered around

the ring ceremony.' Miss Guy is the daughter of transferred to the Orlando basea Ladies Auxiliary plans for a Hallowe'en dance on

The bride is a graduate of Mrs. James T. Guy and the late month ago. They will make October 30. The girls voted to 113 EAS CALL ST. STARKE
Met TuesdayMrs. In costume and to try in FLA.
Is the come ,
B. H. S. and was a student nurse Rev. Guy. Major Jopling their home In Orlando.HaUowe' .
of Mr. and Mrs. W, M. Jop- every way to carry out the tradi-
In Riverside Hospital in Jacksonville son '
F. F.
Stump and daughter,
and the of Indiana -I ling Sr., of Lake City, and Ma- tional Hallowe'en spirit.A .
DanceThe Mrs. Wm. H. Thomson, Jr.. were FRIDAY & SATURDAY
jor Jopling la now stationed at en formal dance was scheduled OCT. 29 3 301
Medical Center graduatingwith joint hostesses to the .Ladies'Auxiliary ; ,
Camp Joseph T. Robinson, Arkansas. for Thanksgiving.
the 1943 class in Septemberfrom USO Club operated by the of the Presbyterian After the meeting the girls No. 1 Fancy YellowONIONS -
Riverside Hospital of Nurfl- YMCA, corner of Temple and Church, on Tuesday evening at joined the soldiers In the lounge Iceberg
Washington Sts.. win celebrate eight o'clock at the Stump home where refreshments were served. I LETTUCE
ing..Mr. Chas. F. WardCeJebrates Hallowe'en with a gala costume I on N. Walnut St. Marigolds and 2 Lbs. 15c Head lie
Long was also graduatedfrom BirthdayTuesday dance and party Saturday night, other late fall flowers were used
B. H. S. and at present is October 30. for decorating the room where the W. S. C. S. CirclesCircles California

with the U. S. Army Air Corps being the 77th birth- In the lounge the guests will meeting was held of the Methodist W. S. 2 LI*

at Keesler Field near Blloxl. day anniversary of Charles F. find the traditional Hallowe'en Mrs. Chas., ,H. Allen reviewedthe C. S. will meet Monday afternoonat Malaga Grapes '. 2Sc
They are making their home in Ward, be was the honor guest at features such as bobbing for apples new book "ForAll of Life", 3:30: o'clock. Circle Number -
Blloxl. a delightful birthday dinner fortune telling, and relay by Wm. H. Wiser and CharlotteB. One will be entertained by Mrs.T. .
shared with him by the Rev. and raceS. Wiser This book tells how the A. Hunt. Circle Number Two No. 1 Fancy; 10 -

U. D. C. To MeetThe Mrs. A. E. Llghtfoot Mrs. Ward GSO members in costume will mlsalonaVy work In foreign lands will be entertained by Mrs. Hogan Us.
and the latter's parents, Mr. and serve as dancing partners and Improves so greatly all phase of Smith and Miss Kate Struth. IRISH POTATOES - 35c
W. T. Week Chapter of Mrs. John Uglow. junior hostesses. The Woman' the natives' lives. The Bible quiz Both Circles will meet in the -

the U. D. C., will be entertained Among the mementos that Mr. Service Organization will serve was conducted by Mrs/ JeannetteC. Church School''rooms. -

Wednesday at 3:30 p, M.. at the Ward showed on this occasion refreshments' during the evening. ,. Young. Sweet Northern

home of Mrs. Marcus F. Brownon was a clipping of a news item The Virginia Reel, directed by The president Mr. K. G. Dun- Wants No More POTATOES I RUTABAGAS
North Walnut Street. re-published in his home town an experienced "caller" will be a can, presided over a brief business .
(Marietta, Ga.) paper two years' feature of the dance. rii session, and It was,voted to Surprise Blackouts Lb. 6c Lb. 5c
ago under the heading "25 Years Invite the North Florida Presbytery -

Ago Today" and describing a I Mrs. Fales "'. to meet here next Spring. A Although the Army has finalsay" U.
Ivory Soap Honoring
I note of thanks for flowers sent directors of the seven
dinner prepared for him T BONE
(Large) ______12c turkey by his daughter on his 50th: Mrs.: William Chartock, Wife to Mrs. S. E. Brownlee, a valued state Civilian comprising Defense Region 4(which of the STEAK 50c
of Captain Charlock will give'a.ea member who I Ja ill, was read by program
birthday anniversary. A large Lake the secretary. Includes Florida) have recom-
at her home In Kingsley ,
number of friends and relatives mended that no more "surpriseair A Grade.
P&G ________ 5s Village next Friday, Nov. 5, at The recent church.census gave raid drills black-

Duz ________ llc. ness'associates attended the dinner presented and him his buai-with 3:30: P. M., In honor of Mrs. members the names who of are new In Presbyterian town,' and outs" be held in or this surprise regIon W. ROAST BEEF (Rib Cut) 33c

Eugene W. Fales. It will be givento the list M. Edwards Chairman of the
.. .a gold watch chain.' "Mr. Ward the wives of the officers of made was to read call and on them.During arrangements Bradford County Defense Council,
la esteemed by all who know him ; announced this week. Rib-Beef Grade A
JOE & MIKE'SGROCERY he I. R. T. C., In order that they the >social'half-hour the
and his friends his birthdays The
hope directors In a combined
might meet the wife of the Com- hostesses served coffee sand STEW
will continue for another wiches and cookies.. statement dated Oct. 20 say that
manding General. the Lb. 22c Lb. 30c
I 60 years/ the paper said. protective forces of Civilian
Mrs. Chartock has requested defense must be kept 'Intact in

that those who desire reserva- Prayer Week the event of widespread sabotage, SWIFT'S Lb.

tions for the tea fires or other community catastrophes -
her at
DRY CLEANING & TAILORING Box 650, Route 2, Starke, Fla. S.Monday held a meeting afterneen at the the W.Metho-S. C. America during the war, whether Clover Breakfast Bacon 37c
ever experiences
Her residence 'is B-24. dist church, observing the annu- enemy
Quick Service High Quality Work al Week of Prayer and Self-De- air.raids or not. They are very
desirous that those who have been
PARKAY Lb. --2&J
Robt: M. Lee, .Jr., nial. Mrs. A. Wood, spiritual life recruited and trained for these NUCOA ,

leader, conducted the meeting and lomefront emergencies be kepton
NEW METHOD CLEANERSMr. Capt. and Mrs. R. M. Lee an- was assisted by MJ-s. I. P. Shep the Job since they may be Dromedary or Stokley's 2 No. 2 Cans
nounce: the birth of a son. Robert herd needed for various purposes.
and Mrs. G
and Mrs. ,E. O. Edwards, Proprietors Maher Lee, Jr.. on Tuesday, Oct. offering of $35.3:5'was:: 'p. Powell. An While they recommend that no Grapefruit Juice ,. 25c |
given to
26, In the Scott & White Hospital,
surprise blackout or air raid drill
help the
Temple Texaa. Before her mar- underprlvlledged In the be held, they suggest that local
riage, Mrs.. Lee was Miss Helen United State, China and other communities
STARKE, FLORIDA especially those In
Dowling of Starke. needy, countries. critical areas, hold periodic an- Giant P&Gor Oct. Soap Bar 5c
.. .. ..... ... ..... .... ... I ..... nounced practice drill In order to ,
.. .. _ ,_ .. ._ .. a....... 'rJ r. .... .-- -- ',--' --N Insure continuance of the personnel -

and activities of the Defense Kelloggs 2 PI.gs

Prompt Service ... Careful Drivers T Carolyn Callstreet ..& Corps CORN FLAKES lie !
- -
Medical DischargeWilliam
Starke Taxi ServicePhone ___,_,_ Armours Highest Quality
--' ---
-------,-.. E. (Billy) Dowling,

Remember the old song of the world, and ''he's certainly who has served for the past 10 MILK I 3 Tall Cans 2ge
I went to the animal fair sold, on the Marine Corps .
150 All presiding over Koch's grill for
the birds
and beasts were
Says he's convinced Its
the "best the
there past three years, but just so
..- branch of the service, though the she stays on Call St., I'll not CRISCO 3 Lb. Jar 74cPillsbury's

Day Night Well, next week Is the Bradford way is long are and few hard and and far promotions be-- complain - "

County Fair and I suspect all tween" Seems -
he's Lbs.
doing the Have you' Best 5
.. --. .. the "birds and beasts" will be bought: your ticket or
J same work In the'
.1 South Pacific yet for "This Is The ? .,.
there, Incl u din 1 g quite a few that he did at Army" 29c
Blandlng-assist Every cent from the Gold Medal Flour
"wolves", if you know what I ing In one of Uncle Sam's to premiere - -
post- goes
CHURCH OF CHRIST mean! Busy teacher have offices .. Note from Walter From Army what Emergency I Relief

Aubrey Mercer, ''Minister been trying running to get In their circles exhibits all week la> KIng' states that Oslnce leaving body who Is anybody hear la gonna every-be Blue RoseRICE Pure CaneSUGAR
Auburn Ala., he's ibeen
trans- there so
you'd better
Sunday: 10:00 A. M., Bible, Study. shape and Call Street took on a ferred to the 'Naval 'AmphibiousTraining tickets while you, can get. those. So
a t m osphere Wednesday
11 iOO A. M. "A Peculiar People." afternoon as the carnival wagons Islands .Base. He's In assigned the Solomon to the long ". See you there + 5 Lbs. 45c 5 Lbs. 32c

In of began pouring ,through on their Communications Carolyn.
7:30 P. M. "Making the.Image Division and
way to the new Fair grounds likes
the work >
Man. "very much" I L
There' nothing like a good old-
"To me this base Is top to .
Tuesday: 7:30 P. M. Prayer-Meeting. fashioned Fair to pep things up, I have been on yet, and anything I .

"Come Thou With Us, And We Will Do Thee Good." so week I'm. looking, forward to a big certainly hope I will be here for COME
Numbers 10:29 some time" His address Is: TO
Walter M. King. S 2-c (RM),
Chatted a few moment recently -
USNATB, Solomons Branch,
with Mr*. J. L. Unaln. 'who co|
Washington, D.
trekked all the way from Arkansas C. \
to Starke to transact a
bit of business She told spell -
ANOTHER SHIPMENT OF binding stories about. the 800 Hear George and Florence
chickens that she and Leenia' and Flynn were highly entertained! on

HOLLINGSWORTHWE Duckle are raising, and vows that their 19th wedding anniversary
he and Leenle can even "go to Tuesday night with a chicken pie
i NOW NAVE A NICE ASSORTMENT OF town" with a crosscut saw ;> upper at Harry ant Hilda Hous
1-2, 1 AND 2 POUND BOXES They're in Plant, Ark., five miles ton' .. v Charles and Virginia .
from the nearest ,railroad! '..,..,% Darby and 'Billy and DotPowell .
., Congratulations are in order for were among- those'celebrating the
John an' Beatrice Inman on the occasion Card this week from NON-RATIONEDrPLAYSHOES
STOP THAT COUGH arrival of a daughter Sunday Charles Boyer ex-BHS, now doing

1 Oct. 10, In Chicago The a bit of studying at the Maritime ,
proud mother be- Service Training Station In
you remember
WithDe fore .her marriage was Beatrice St. Petersburg The addressIs j\' SUEDINE FINISH & DURABLE SOLES

f7? Zacharias of Lake Butler : Charles F. Boyer, A-S USM \
Hear Cleone Dowling has man- St. Petersburg Fla. Hear
: i aged to survive what she vows! to Sgt. Bill Long has transferredfrom .(1 no. : i
50c A Bottle be the most hectic few days of Camp Swift,, Texas to SpecSWEATERS *-* '.",,1),) .j --_- I'J..

her life Seem important Shreveport La. .j. Add Pet f aws *v, -
events happened In rapid succession Peeves: Waitresses who serve your
Pleasant To Take Gives Quick Relief to almost every member of coffee 10 or 15: minutes before LADIES DRESSES

'. the family .. Son Billy and wife the rest of your order Is readyIn i E
... .... _:_ l. n ... -000 Margie arrived home unexpectedly ample time for If to get stone
... Sunday from California. Billy cold .'*I'm gonna<''pinch the Final Clearance

10" .; STOP THAT GAS having received a medical dis- next one who does It! ; Ladies, Girls J I''
charge from the Army ,. Next _ IN YOUR STOMACHWith on the program was the marriageon Peeped In at the( Peter Pan And Boys Only

the same day bf daughter Kindergarten tother morning and Special
Marian and Gene Long (terminating saw attractive Mrs. D o v eilytls '
Dia Bisma: a long romance) In Biloxi one of the teachers) sitting on $1.00
I Mis*. As if this weren't the floor with some 'of the "stu $1.00 l .

: SOc Jar (enough daughter Helen Lee (Mrs.R. dents" and looking young and i -
a M.) chose Monday to presentthe cute enough to be one of 'em .

. 1 QUICK RELIEF FROM BLOATING.SOUR world with a fine son and The kiddie car set (Diana Smith, 'Other Unadvertised Specials

STOMACH .AND INDIGESTION heir Bob, Jr. No wonder France Landrum. Virginia Jean Hundreds Of (
Cleone was a trifle dizzy! Darby Mary Agnes Matthews, et
Says she was so excited she al) seem to be taking It quiteIn '
'( couldn't even get the laundry stride Dazzle of the week COB s"; --- 125 Call StreetStarke

Koch Store together Monday. .. Jewell Carter) Johns' wedding Ji
Drug lag-5 dIamond. set in platinum Floridaj
In The :Mailbags Recent letter Surely will be: hard to get Si
STARKE FLORIDA from Corp. Calvin Williams indicates need to seeing Junie Parrish behind -
that alls:. well In hi*'part 1[ Lovetfs cash. register after

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::no::,:ESDf LOCAL NEWS I have Mr.as and their Mrs.guest G.Mr.B.Stanley'Stanley Baptist Circles 13 FHA Houses CLASSIFIED ADSWANTED I

itn, _n mother Mrs. Cora Stanley of Elect Officers; Well AdvancedExcellent
'III Plant City. TO BUY before, Oct YOUNG* LADY-business college
t ad drs Paul J. HuL.tL Mrs. L. A. Davis, Treasurer Mrs. W. N. Carnasion returned Assign MembersOn progress la being 30-Used baby bed and mat- graduate In bookkeeping, shorthand "

''It< Thursday visiting hisr General of the U. D. C., was a recently from a 6-wecks visit In Monday afternoon, Oct. 4, I made. on the FHA houses being tress. Write Box 249 Sturke.Itp. typing, filing, etc., with
Mrs.. T. A. Hunt. prominent speaker last week at and'' the city )limit' of experience: desires position. I
Detroit erected within
and' where she was called following a brief, Bible study
Gatnes- the annual R. D. Reynolds,
convention Mrs.
to of the Write
--. theY went 1 because of the death of her Royal Service program under the Starke by Plerson & Kirkpatrick, ''
y Florida district KOR SALE: 3-bedroom unfurnished Box 642 Starke, or see her at
Mrs. brother David I Barthold. direction of Circle No. 2. the .
Mr. regular Work
.ee Hunts Gainesville contractors.
Mrs. and'small: 2-rooro J
Frli Gahagon, Mrs. house Mrs. A. A. Durden's. Itp
Rooks Barthold, 60, veteran of World business meeting of the Bap-
1t J )1. the project In the rear
College station Ellery M. Davis and John Powell actually began on furnished residence
i M. War I, spent several month list W. M. S. was held with 16 FOR SALE-l Studio Couch with
Texas. Pvt made a business trip to Jacksonvtlle' August 22 and 13 of the 20 housesare Inquire at home of W. A. Gayon
hear Bryan overseas, being in Russia another < members and two' visitors In attendance Innerspring mattress! 1 8-tube 1
Itp ,
In an Army on Wednesday.Raymond ,' Laura
well advanced.
enrolled : countries. He died\ In the I Phllco radio, late model; 1 '
Training Program. 1 A. Hancock left last Veteran's Hospital Aug 18. of The foundations have been laid WORK WANTED, or Ap-
"' week for The minutes, the last meetIng HOUSE breakfast room suit maple.
D.i aiviet ha In returned Atlanta the illness Ruby of ,his S. C.father, because, J. h of Miss Gloria Buford, Miss Doro- were read and approved. Mrs. for all, but the eight being builtIn I care of children. Experiencedyoung ply W. R. Strickland, near
a'a and Hancock.Mr. thy Ernest, Mrs. J. M. Ernest, O. W. Alderman, Treasurer, read :Mr*. Bertha Pearce's re-sub- I woman desires work In State Farmers' Market.
t her parents, Mr Cpl. Luther Neal and Pfc. W. B. her report which was accepted. division on South Street are near- private home. Write Box 431- 10-29 2t p ';
L. joiner.P and Mrs. 'F. C. Holllngs- Miller, all of Jacksonville, spent The most Important item of est completion. Const ruction I D. Stark. Fla Itp /
shepherd went to worth and daughter Penny, have Sunday here with Mr. and Mrs. business to be taken care of at work will be completed on these KOR YALE Old model Chev-
id.ee Tuesday t<> visit been enjoying a three-weeks' fish- R. C. Buford. Miss Buford and this time was the election of of- not later than Nov. 15, lacking WANTED AT ONCE, housecleaning rolet coupe. Four good tirea.
jack, who la In the ing trip at Key Largo. Miss Ernest 'are roommates at ficers for the coming year. The nothing but painting It was stat- by the hour, or house work Price $60. H. Owens Starke, \
.. pita' !. Cpl. Leonard-VSmith. Jr., stationed nurses training school and Cpl. nominating committee, composed ed. by tho day by two white girls Fla. Inquire at Searcy' Wood

) B. Sewell -and daugh- at Camp Shelby, Miss., is Neal and Pfc. Miller are Marines of Mrs. L. A. Canova, Chairman, The two on Madison St., belonging with 'experience. Also care of yard Itp I
s Gayle and Virginia spending a furlough here with his stationed at the Jacksonville Mrs. H. L. Brownlee, Mrs. T. B. to Guy Sale, as well as children. Mrs. Van Bemelen. I' SELL
the week-end In parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. F. Naval Base. Harding and ,Mr*. Paul Raymond the three belonging to the Fer- 226 Temple Avenue. lip II IF YOU
sprat I milk cows stock cows, beef cat
Visiting ;Mr: ; and Mrs. Smith.H. Friends of Mrs. Wm. Norris submitted the following slate of rara, are running about two STRAYED from my farm northof tie !stoc-V( *ntt" or hogs, get In
Jtirell and family.d I C. Connor, of Burlington, will regret to hear that she was officers and committee chairmen weeks behind, the others. 'The town a large Duroc Jersey touch with J. D. Odom, Jr.,
d W A. Scott re- N. C., has been visiting his son- called to Ocala Tuesday to the' who'were unanimously elected: three belonging to Mr and boar. Finder please notify T. Box 247 Starke; Box 204 Lake
|TUesday evening after !in-law and daughter, Mr. and bedside of her daughter Mrs. J. President--Mrs. "A. E. Light- O. L. Beasley on Madison Mra'i; Frank Landrum. lip City; Telephone 481,, Lake City.
. 1 several days In DeLand Mrs. James F. Hollingsworth. C. Hillman, who is critically Jlli! foot; let Vice.Pre.., Ma-s. L. G. and the four belonging to Auction market every Tuesday, I
do Mrs. Raymond A. Hancock has In the hospital there. Another 1 Powell; 2nd Vlce-Pres., Mrs. H. L Thomas near the corner of Wash- LOST-Billfold containing cash, Lake City, 2:30: ; every Thurs-

1 C. Carnell and sons,- a, her guest her sister Mrs. Fred daughter, Mrs. R. H. Bartley of Hough; 3rd Vice-Pres., Mrs., C. G. ington and Walnut, have only the money order and valuable pap day, Palatka, 2PM. 1-6-44
I Gene returned)D. Sellers, of Delray Beach. Jacksonville came here ,and accompanied Priest; Recording, Secretary and foundations laid. But the good ers. Finder return to Bradford
nd word from Mr. Wade Is that theWOI'St County Telegraph and receive
WANTED-Old phonograph rec-
her Mrs. B. Harding
their home In Ormond Mr. and Mrs. James F. Hot. Historian T. ;:
lending to two weeks here lingsworth had as week-end Mrs. E. S. Matthews left Mon- Treasurer, Mr.. Gi W. Alderman;: part Is now over, his carpenters reward. Itp oras. 3c per lb. None with

Carnell's parents, Mr. guests Mr. Holllnesworth's broth- day for Orlando where' she will Pianist Mrs, J. K.!: Futon. and other mechanics WANTED paper. Phone 179, Pal Music
have greatly increased In numbers I tf
I F A. Scott. in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. visit her son-in-law and daughter,, Circle Leaders and Co-Leaders;: and unforseen accidents Listings. on apartment, houses. or Co., Starke, Fla. i
, James L. Hair, of Miami. Dr. and Mrs. H. B. McLendon.Mrs. Circle No1, Mr ', L. G. Powell shortages of materials, homes for rent, located within 20 ..
I Mrs. Pat B. Smith, who has R. G. Dodson has returned and Mrs. O. W. Alderman: Circle or I mile of Starke SECRETARY WANTED
all of them should be ready for
been in Starke for the past sev- from a two weeks' visit In Talla- No. 2, Mrs. W. B. Alexander and sometime in December.LawyerGardener 11B Kant Call Street One who Is experienced In shorthand -'
',' eral weeks with her husband, who hassee with her brother R. R. Mrs. V. H. Carden; Circle No. 3,, occupancy W. T. CLUTB, Realtor and typing ,
.______ 26c Is the Project Engineer for the Hutchings.Mrs. Mrs. Anne Poyner and Mrs. H. L. 'v. T. 'CLUTE, Realtor
: Federal Public Housing AuthorIty Ted B. StUley of Jackson- Brownlee; Business Women's Circle FOR SALE Refreshment and 119 East Call St.
returned Sunday to her homeIn YUle Is the guest of.Mr and Mrs. ,. Mrs. L. A. Canova and,Mrs lunch stands. Electric drink
of his
Ini the small space
Memphis, Tenn. R. C. Buford. Chas. TorreaCommittee cooler and house trailer. Apply WANTED, Women Operators for
law office, Col. D. E. Knight has
Mr. and Mrs. Guy Freeman, of James Brooks, 1943 graduate of Chairmen: Execu- which he at Barney' Drink Stand W. our buses operating between
a victory garden says
__,. _____ 26c Plant City, have an apartment at BHS and son of Mr. and Mrs.J. tive, Mrs. A.'E. Lighuoot; Knllst- he Is'' depending on to keep him Call St., next to Brad ford Starke and Camp Blandlng.

401 South Walnut St. Mr. Free- A. Brooks of Kingsley Lake, ment, Mrs. L. G. Powell; Program out of ()ie Army! It consist of County Telegraph. lip Apply from 8 to 11 any day

man is engaged In construction Is a student In the Central Bible Mrs. H. L. Hough; 'Young two rows of onions, a row of tur- FOR SALE-Would you like to to Mr. Brantley, care Orange
wor -in this vicinity. Institute at Springfield Mo. He feople'a Director,. Mrs. C. U. nip greens, a row of radishes and own a new 3-bedroom FHA Bus Llnes>. 4t
Mrs.. J. G. Llnstn spent three or entered In September and Is already Priest; Stewardship, Mrs. K. L. whetherIn
5c one of carrots. At least, house, with a down paymentof
__.._..; four last week ,Missions\ Miu.
-- days visiting a member of the school 3lggs; Community or out of the Army, the leas_ than $700 and monthly
friends and transacting businessin orchestra and quartet. Chas. Torres' Mission l Study, Colonel will have plenty of vitamins payments of less) than $30. If WANTEDCapable

..' Starke. She returned Thurs- MI'.. Wundell Hendricks of At- Mrs. S. E. Sparks) Publicity, Mrs.T. for his large home front! so, see W.. T. Clute, realtor,
day night to her' home at Plant, lanta, Ga. was the guest last B. Harding:r Margaret Fund, Thanks to Its neighbors, the 119 East Call St.. Starke. Itp White I
COOK Ark., 90 miles from Little Rock, week of her mother Mrs Miriam Mrs. Ray NewsomeTraining; l
\\RL Telegraph will also now be ableto
For Work
where she and her son and daugh- KIckllter, and her sister, Miss School, Mrs. Annie Richarde; weather whatever depression PERMANENT WAVE, C9c: Do t l
IOCERY ter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. O. L. Dorothy Claire Klckliter. literature, Mrs. Paul Raymond; comes-with a hamburger standon your own Permanent with I In Bottling Plant. : ';

Ltnsen, are operating her 160- Harold Gaynor, Who has served : White Cross, Mrs. P. M. Bare- one side of It and an onion Charm-Kurl Kit. Complete Must Be Draft : t
acre farm. in the Army over three years foot; Ch 11 1 d r e n' s Home, Mrs. patch| on the other. The juke equipment, Including 40 curlers ExemptStarke i
and In the Camp Blanding area I Ralph Alvarez; Social, Mrs. E. L. ,organs along Call Street will furnish and shampoo. Easy to do, ab- II a

most of that time, received an Biggs' ; Flowers ''.MI'.. C. A. I the "hot stuff" to go with solutely harmles Praised by Coca-Cola I I':
EVERY BRANCH OFaouraace honorable discharge this week Knight. the hamburgers I thousands Including Fay Mc- j
und will make his home in Starke Auxiliary Leaders: Director, Kensle. glamorous movie star Bottling Co. I

with his wife and child. They are Mrs. C. G. Priest; Y. W. A-, Mrs. Tax Returns Due Money refunded If not satisfied.Koch' 'II
!9 \living In the St. John apartmentback M. F. Hazen; O. A., -Uu. Jensov.ewsome Drug Store '
of the Eastern, Auto Store. ; R. A., lIoll'.. C. G. Withholding tax returns for the 1

He enlisted at Danbury, Conn.In Pi lest; Sunbeam Band, Mrs W. period July 1, 1943 through Sept, i
June 1940. R. Morse and Mra. H. A Lawson. 30, 1943 must be filed by employers -
Mr. and Mrs. A. E. McKinney The nominating c o m m Ittee. on Forms W-l by Oct. 31, DELICIOUS PLATE LUNCHES : I
retained home Tuesday night after recommended that all meetings of according to an announcement by

C. WALL a ten-day visit with their son, the W. M. S. be changed to Tuesday the Collector of Internal Revenue. NOW BEING SERVED ATCARPENTER'S '
1, Everett McKinney, who is In afternoons which recommendation -

the : Army Air,, Corps stationedat was voted on and carried Senior Patrol ,
the Eastern State College, I. The Circle rolls f r.the coming

Agency Ada, Okla. .year were read, as follows: A Senior Patrol has been organized
Mrs. E. A. Winkler, accompanied I
In the Starke Girl Scout
: Circle No. lMrs.., A. O. Andreu
!ant Service Over 50 Years by her daughter, Joan, !Mrs. T. B. Harding Mrs. V. B. Troop, consisting of girls from THE ftawtt
and her sister,
the 10th
I Harrell Mrs. H. L. Hough, Mrs through the 12th grades.They .
in St.
eis. spent the weekend will
G. Mrs. Carrie do crafts that are most
L. Hemingway,
Please Phone 146 Kittle Petersburg Hoppenatedt.with her sister, Mrs. ngram, Mrs. I.:., Lennon Ethel Newsome., Mrs. W. Interesting to them.- SPECIALS EVERY DAY ,.'

W. A. Gay, who has been for Mrs.R. Morse Jesse Mrs.Newnome. Mrs. W. H. T. C. Chastain, for many year t

some Abstract time Co.,with and the recently Bradford with Perkins Mrs. One Wiggins, Miss has.vlui resumed the Denmark his old Furniture job as salesman Co.-. Wednesday Special Chicken Salad
NAT SEZ: Etta TUon, Mrs. Julia Bryan, Mrs.P. .
Blanding Center, will begin em- after an absence of several
ployment Nov. 1 with the Flor- E. Canova, Sr., Mrs. F. F. months because of illness., Friday Special Shrimp Salad .1
ida Southern Abstract & Title Flume, Mrs. Geo. B. Flynn
"This I.. The Army"Mr., Jones Co. in Winter Haven.J. Ed Thomans, Mrs. A. J, Grlffls. I'll' r..r ('OIIlT, I/IIAIIFOJIt/
-and Mrs. Jones, too._ Don't let D. Mathews, builder, was Circle No.3: Mrs. -R. H. Cox, H.rY: FLOCIIDAI IK CHAN

t, t Ic the Smiths get ahead of you.. forced to leave his Job becauseof Mrs. Mae Edwards ,Mrs.! M. F. Jam n H. f'rUher, Plaintiff, v..
Buy those ticket now for that illness last week for the first iaaen, Mr. T. B. Hundley, Mrs. Myrtle: brae 'rather, I'.'..n0ant.Ol'llKlt ..
premiere Knowing next Thursday time In 30 years. He had a case R. L. Kemp Mrs. Blanchard Law OR1 PUBLICATION MANY NEW GIFTS ARRIVING
night. The Cohens >and 'Kelllys : of "genuine flu", Mrs. Annie Richard Mrs. .D. L. ANI> NOTIOK TO APl'JoJAH f I

wlll be there", too--ao you surely Mrs. H. Owens spent three or Sllcox, Mrs. S. ,E..Sparks, Mrs.! ),fa.HTATIfl Pr 'h pp.>'., FwhoseDre ldnc: Myrtle Im ,
don't want to be left out. Allreceipts Mrs R. A. Uothan
four days In Tampa last week Mabel Stringfellow. Alabama. DAILY I
go for Army Emergency having her eyes treated. Thomas. Mrs. A. E. Wall",. Mra. Nov You..mb.are r 23r required. 1943. to Jn appar the above on
Relief. What better cause could Mr. and' Mrs. J. F, Colley returned W. L. Wall Mrs., J. E. Futch named Court and cause, wherein
there be? Sunday from Rochester, ifrs. E. E. Canova. Mrs. W. M. County Plaintiff seeks Telegraph divorce."hall Bradford publish
... Mrs. F. B. (Ella) Johns, this 11
Minn., where Mrs. Colley had Edwards, Order In. next four weekly
been undergoing treatment for Mrs. L. A. Rennold, !f'a. Frank e.. handsealYate.tarke and START NOW! DO YOUR XMAS
the past three weeks. She also Hemingway .. Florida, thl. Oc.tob.r .
ETERS WORK'SHOES and carried that 10th.. 1542. SHOPPING EARLY I
underwent a minor operation It was moved (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. 3. Thomas
and returned home much Im the Society send $10 to the White A. (lark of said CnlJrt.
T. Frank I..ndrum, 8tark., Fto..lda.
proved. Cross Fund. A guests' register Att)', for Pit. 10-13 U 11.11
Mrs. Earl Fountain, la spend- was purchased" the sum of
For !Men ing awhile with her mother, Mrs.R. .4 and turned,over to Mrs. L. G.

12.98 A. Thomas. Mr. Fountain received Powell. Enlistment Chairman.
$3.45 a.medical discharge from I Each Sunday morning someone I .
the Army at Camp Gruber, will have charge of this book at
Okla. on Sept. 21, and now has the.door,of the Church for vlsl- "i

a position with the fire depart- rs to register! !: t

Es'S LEATHER ment In Biloxi, Mia*. Mrs. C. O,' Priest was namedtjtlIl
the office of. Young Pea
|ACKETS ple's Director for the. remainder IT'S NOT TOO EARLYTO

of.'this year :In i a place of, Mrs. W.
n'y' A Few Left "r. e .7. Epperson. r"Srw.-who .is now In
California. ,'

$7.95 up Offering at this time $2.89.

It was moved and carried to START PLANNING 'FOR CHRISTMAS.
change the hour of meeting from
1 sr 3:30 to 3:00: p. M., beginning


1'' Mrs. R. A. Thomas.


For Men 1 Did Magazines

The Best Known LAY AWAY PLAN
1 f' Don't, throw your used mag.
$5:75 amines away, or let them lie .
E around the house for several A SMALL DEPOSIT WILL HOLD ANY ITEM .IN

months after you bays read them!

L1FR PropertyOwnerNeeds The YMCA-USO Club wants them OUR STORE FOR YOU "''
A. Advertised for their service men. Mrs. Louis
I "'SLEEVELESS sad Other Fomo. Moge.iae.NEADOUARTERS l W. Koch Chairman'o( the Mag- :1

FOR aslne Committee, who has charge :i iEXPERT :
of the collection stated yesterdaythat .. .
WEATERS Lee Windstorm Insurance magazine contributed' should ., I ,
not be more than, two monthsold.
e, for Men UNION.MADE low-Insure Now THE ALL REPAIR
Cost is 1
P OVERALLS The boys like al. jaagazlnea. i
C. All Wool SHIRTS J PANTS E. Johns but prefer Collier's. the Saturday AND CLOCKREPAIRING STAG WORK

$2 UNIONALLSINDUSTRIAL Charley Evening P o a t. Western stories *
.50 UNIFORMS AgencyPhone and all comics I Mr. Koch GUARANTEED "
13 Stark, Fla. I said. So pleas see that your 137 W. Call St. mot'V

I magazine which you have already 's. r,,
read, and which are not
>ternberg'sd' IUpreentln THE TRAVELERS FIRE more than two months old are
INSURANCE COMPANY Hertford I taken to the large, USOYMCAClub. I .

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COUNTY ---- -- sTAltXlsl. .

: PAGE SIX Judl- for the ensuing two ( County
ot the Eighth i I holding Telegraph
to Circuit Court For the purpose ot said ,I Order 'ball
and family. Farm were Sunday guests of Mr. Eustls Va.. arrived Monday ,'Ial CIrcuit In and tor fcertify election In each district the fol : Wltneae next four .wutti ..oC'I

lIampton Happenings Brown and M. L. Watter- and Mrs. U. B. W1gglns. spend a few days with Mr. and ('ounty. Florlaill.above and do hereby (I. a lowing managers are appointed: seal at Ilarke ml hand xodt ;:::::::;
1. .1. Wynn the copyof of Tile
Npeelal School
Elmer Mr. Roy Reynolds, true the Hampton : tuber 81st.. 1 I9t9 Fiori"",
By Barbara Horne were in Jacksonville Monday Mrs D. D. Gay and SOD. and correct Domain Pro- Hiatriete.. 5H. (OFFICIA U ",.
lIOn OalnesvIle: Fri- Davis and Notice In Eminent T. flaxon A. SEAL,
were shopping In Mr and lofrs. -Angls the 8th day ot Clerk of I
10.u".1 on
business. reedinga old urI
I LADIES COUNCIL children! of the State Farm spent A. D.. 1943. in the case Lacy Wynn Wm. II. M" ,gut,.
Lake October
Pr1f1ster of ; I.
W. Matchett
The Ladles Council met at the Mrs. .1. Couaubdlvrlaalonrof political Marshall A Ity. tor ,I'lf" ,, ,
Miss L d a Priester of Mr Eddie Reynolds and Mrs. the week-eDd with their "on.In- th" State of Florid..., .1.>. J. Phillips t'18k \
Wednesday.Oct. Butler y I
h rch
u Taw SchoolDlatrlrt
Christian Starke. speelal' IN: rlill'
members Blandlng Mr and Mrs. J. Mary E. Wynn spent a few days law and daughter, Mr and Mrs.J. va. folrne..tVund.rll..h et al. De2716 No a 'f" I'r 4'01 .
Camp NT .
with seven No. )
20. .. Fi.on oil
Gerald Ad- B. Strickland. filein J. I. Peek ( 1\1
present. Mrs. 3. T. Guy was C. Priester and daughter of CI18plana. last week with Mr. 1 :: a. the same appesraaon George Flynn Salvatore.tal\

interesting La.. were Sunday guests kin!!. The nth Sunda'meeting will this. offlc. Ma,an
leader and presented a very hand and oftl'lal Jim Horn.by Mario" .tl!
The subject of Mr and Mrs. Gerald Adklne. Truby Slade was In Lake City be held at Long Bridge Christian seal WITNESS at Starke m7 Bradford County Don Hoover 8719: Or4.nd.n4 "!
program. ". Special raw School
used was: "The Christian use of Alvin Wynn U. S. Coast Guard Green Cove Springs and Alachua C urch. Everybody Invited to at- Florida: this 81h day ot October .a.:1": 1)1"1'1. No. 0 ltfFR ANU ;NUTk III'' Pl'BLI'A'tJ1

Friendship" St. Augustine spent Thursday Friday on bualness. tend. A. D. 1943. A. J. TJlOJlfAfI A. H. Harley S1'A TI OF .F: TO AI' r.

and Friday of last week at home. Miss Ada Nimmo has returned' Mr. and' Mrs C. B. Roberts All Clerk Circuit Court, Bradford leorge Volley Reddish Roberts. 1\arRno.known, wl'u..1 'r.OltlIJA rrelde I ..al0Y

\P Cllt.RCIl: CONVENTION i Mr and Mrs. Leland Bedenbaugh home from the Alachua County visited the form r's mother In County Florida (OFFICIAL SEAL) Louie 34111Y'aaderblIt. uu arc require I

The Fifth Sunday Convention were in Gainesville Mon Hospital and Is slowly improving.Mrs. Lake Butler Sunday aftel'Doon.Mr. 10.8 IU 10.30IN District. !Special! No.Tax JOEllery School November named. 18th 191:1: to a

held at the Christian .1. T. Is visiting relatives Court slid cau Oe
will be Guy f1..PP plaintiff Peeks ,
and Mr. J. A. .1. -
Church In Long Bridge Sunday day.Mrs. In GalneevUle. VOCItT: IIItADFOHUVOUNTY KIrby Crews County Telegraph .:
shopping ( IIICVIT .hpll&
Lynn and family and Rev. W. C. FLORIUAI 1N Oct. 31. Everybody Invited to aDd visiting friends in Valdosta J. L. Hall was guest of Miss Burton we I' e dinner guests of Tobe Norman V. Iseuep.Wllnesa. next lour

attend week.H. Dorothy Beauchamp of Valdosta Hall Plaintiff' v. Mell.lIIIle Graham. Special Tax School my hnnd
of last Bert
1\ Friday Mrs' William Mellon ot Waldo I'ase. No. 2109. Itatrlet 111"at seal at Slarke, 5n4
N and Mrs. Pat Mundlne of V. SaxOD U S. Navy Oakland from Thursday through Sunday Sunday Hall ORDER Defendant OF PUBLICATION Rufus Johnson ;t tob40" lath 1ge3. Florlte. 'U"J

Cpl of Caut.. and Mr Saxon and Rev. Cut haw of Baldwin was ANH NOTICE TO APPEAR Riley WasdinC. else i A"OFFICIAL SEAL1; > A I.
week.end guests B. Roberts Clerk
Starke were the of Mr. and Mrs. STATE OF FLORIDA to Mclles- .. of lIald CflIrt
lions. daughter ot Daytona Beach are Sunday guest whose residence I. Amherotdale. (leorge Rivers aNew E. K. Perry'n,5n,
Mrs. James ale Hall
White and dauRhter. spending a few days with Mr M. 1. Watterson. This la a family war. Pat West Vlrslnl. River. Special Tag School1)Istrlet Atty. for I.plf Shrh4 10.li
Bruce No. 121f.
Mr. on 1IN t
tD appear
returned to Jacksonville and Mrs. B. Y. Saxon. ,.arWarD.ad bOy D.through You are required O. Moody

Sunday. Ann after a 10 day visit with Mr H. B. Wigging Mra. George GUM BRA NCR .t the payroll savings plan .n a i namedbCourtdand4causehwh rein Ethan Reddish Sapp Andrews ('OI''I'Y.nn1' IT iy t ''iT. "
Bradford FLOIUUA 11
her parents Mr and Mrs. Lea Williams aDd son Howell were ny l\lrs. T. N. Norman family plan which means fig- County plaintiff Telegraph seeks divorce hall publish. t'l..yd Wiggins VERY.Oladyel, t

In Macclenny last Friday, : are It out J'ouraell. thin Order In next four weekly .lIbr..an. 1610..1.1 Tav School HalonUcfHall.
Misses Jean and Helen Adkins Mr and Mrs. W. H. Stearns of issues.Witness. R. Starling I/ictrlet 111. leL. 1113. ; ntpklpjl

Beware Coughs 'spent the weekend in Lake But- Tavarea pent the week-end here my hand and officialseal Eddie Or..nP. I ORDER
IN (::IIUI.T ('Ol 4t'r. \It'ono. at IItarke, Florida this Oc- D. J't40ddhh OF I'I'RLICATI
with the latter' Mr. AND '
ler. parents (:'01 't'Y. FLO'IIU IN t:...,.. tober :80th.. U43. W. C. ClemonsHI.Ing. NOTIf'N TO A E'STA'fE
from common colds Nell and Earl Meyers we r e and Mrs. J. N. Norman. tI1.IV. A. J. Thomas.. p..lal, Tax SchoolDistrict Hall, who.e OF FLORIDA 10: i
Clerk ot Bald Court
Peter It.nvhk Cooper, Plaintiff va. A. NO. 10Brltt residence I.
guests 0 f their cousin Betty F. S. Sapp and Mrs. L. L. Cora Cooper D.telldant. Case. ND. Knight 8t Knight Starke. Florida. AlvaresNmory Virginia.You .

That Hang On Marsh In Valdosta over the week- Conner spent Monday in Jacksonville 871 ORDER Attya, for Pit. (OFFICIA SEAL) Lewis are required to ap
and 0. 10.22 4t 11.12 LewisFloyd 8th, 1943, In ,
were accompanied Ib
endu. AND NOTICE'Fs APPEAR : : Crosby named Court and
creomulslon relieves promptly because Miss Ida Mae Pope of Camp home by Mrs. Sapp who underwent STATE OF Jo'ORIDA to: Cora IN (.RC.t'I" {'OMIT 8n'UI"O.tO" Heooker III..lnl Tax School plaintiff Neekx. divorcam'vCounty
it right to the seat f the I. ( FLOIl1DA1'l" tHANCEnY. Telegraph
goes Cooper whose residence un- .o..Y. D/sir/et 1110. lit shall
at Bt
of her aunt an operation -
trouble to help loosen and expel Blanding was guest 'known. : Walter. Crews this Order In nut lour l
prm laden phlegm. and aid natureto Mr A. J. Pope last week. Hospital. We are very You are required to appear on Martin J. Littlefield Plaintiff ".. .... A. Crosby leuea.Wltneae.
soothe and heal raw tender Inflamed Those attending the Santa Fe glad to know that Mrs. Sapp i. November 8th. 1943. In the above Jane J. Littlefield, etundant. Case O. W. Ha..n nlY hand and
bronchial mucous memo named Court and cause. wherein No. 2723. W. H. Harrell Cal at IIlnrkp, Florida tbJ
to Bell Association at Worthington last much Jmproved. plaintiff seeks divorce. Bradford ORDER OF PUBLICATION 10.1 5t 10.29IN )her 6th.. 19U.
Tell druggist you
branes. your Mra. Mrs. T. N. Norman and little County Telegraph shall publish AND NOTICE TO APPEAR .OFFICIAL SEAL) A. .
a bottle of Creomula1on with the understanding Friday were: L. A. Wynn, thlll Order In next four' weekly STATE OF FLORIDA to: Jane J. All 'Ierk of y ,
you must like the way 1& M. L. Watterson Mrs. C. A. Warren son, Gerald spent the latter part la..ue. 1.lttJefleld. whose residence. Ia Waldrof. : ( IITIT FLOII.OAI COI'IIT. 8n.4.01"011l IN C..ANCEIIV. :. Frank. Landrum Starke. r

quickly allays the cough or you ant Sr.. Mr .1. W. Horne and of last week In Plant City with Witness my hand anti official Maryland. COUNTY. Atty. for PI' 10.1 It
to have your money back.CREOMULSION. seal at Starke Florida this OcUFFICIAL You are requIred to appear on Plaintiff vs.
Erik (t'hrtten.en
Mr. Geo. Rahme, Sr. relatives. tobr 6th. November 12nd. 1943. In the above Karen Christensen Def..ndant. Case AT FIRST
Mr and Mra. Leo Wiggins and Mr and Mrs A. D. Norman ( !SEAL: ) A. J. Thomas named Court and cause wherein No. 2719. _
Bradford SIGN
Aa Clerk of Bald Court.T. plaintiff .eek. divorce 9f A
for Coughs Chest Colds.Bronchitis daughter Marie of the State and children spent Sunday with Frank Landrum S\ark.. Florida County Telegraph shall. publish AND ORDER N01'I'fo OF ]PUBLICATION TO APPF.AIt
Mr aDd Mrs. R. Mr Johnson of Atty. for Pit. 10-8 4t 30.29IN thlll Order In next tour weekly STATE OF FLORIDA to Karen

Graham. UiiT. 1IIIIIIe" and official Christensen who a e residence! laMarstal.
c.n't."T c 8.1.'II"OnO Witness my hand
Carl HIlUard of Lawtey"was" (:'Ot1''ITV' F'.O.UI I... (.....,....- B.al at Starke Florida! this October You. .are Denmark.required to appear onNovember G66f 66

I visiting his .on.ln-law and daugh.tel' VKHY.tech. :. J.. RoblnBon. Plaintiff VB.Annab.lle (OFFICIAL 18th.. SEAL 1943. ) A. J. ThomaeAs 19th., 1943, In the wherein abovenamed USE

'. Mr and Mrs. V. H. Keen Cornell Robinson Detendant. Clerk ot said Court.J. Court seeks. and divorce.cause :e-radtord 1ADLETSSANENILE6FUNERAL
FII\ plaintiff
of last week. Case No. 2108. S. Harrison Jacksonville
ORDER OF PUBLH.'ATIOS' Atty. for PIt. 10-22 4t 11-11
? Mr. and Mrs. E. O. Sapp and AND NOTICE TO APPEAR
The'9'c son we I' e visiting relatives In STATE OF FLORIDA to: Anna- NOTICE OF F.LF.C"'O DIRECTOR
belle Cornell Robinson whose resldence The Hoard of Public In..tructlonot .

1 ....... Jacksonville Friday. I. 3011 WIII'o n III n Av.. Bradford County. Florida hereby My Many Years Experience Makes It PD8"lble for 21510
-- aau'ter'had of
1 I. k+ / Apartment 101. Waohlngton. D. C. calls and glv4011 notice an
You are required tD appear on election to be held on TUESDAY.NVEMRER EFFICIENT, .PROMPT and COURTEOUS SERVICE
GRAHAM November 11th. 1'43. In the above : 3. 1943 In each ot the MODERATE PRICES -
a term named Court and cause, whereinplaintiff following numbered Special Tax
", ... By Louise Varoes seeks divorce. Bradford School Districts of paid County DeWITI' C. JONES
.- -. County Telegraph shall publlllh at the public School house (for
''' Alvin Waadln ot Patterson Ga.. this order In next four weekly. white pupils) In each said district Starke, Flnrlda
.4 .
1/} 1".1140" for each. said. district to elect three
for' i it r was visiting relatives her e re-
Witness my hand and oftl'lal (3)) trustees. and assess the mlllalte
cently. seal .at Starke Florida. this 00tohr -

Mr. and Mrs. Lee YOWl&blood ( 1st.. 1943.OFFICIAL HEAL. ) A. J. Thomas -

,"" of Wauchula are spending sometime A. Clerk of said Court.

1.I with their aon-In-law and Joola.John AUy.J. hienderson for Pit. I ft.108 Augustine 4t 10.29IN

f Q ] daughter Mr. and Mrs. 3. A. .1.

McKinney. : TILE 1I1'tl.T! C'Ol.nT Cl" TICK'Eluuru

1r I I.1\ Mr Clarence Melton and children 1..I'Ot'ORI JuHltlti,,'Ol'%".'V VIHVFUr LAW NO.. '

o0 .-:: \ of Starke spent Saturday :&T.11. ': ,J "

-r ,- with Mr and Mrs. Berry DyaLMr BRADFORD COUNTY- a politicalsubdivision .. (;I.t
'I" ..
ot Florida
"' ; ot the. State ..
.,. '-' : }) and Mrs. Horace Cain and .''. I

.. children Mrs. Roy Reynolds and P.tltlone.v. "'. "f

daughter and M.rs. E. Strickland Ern..t-. -\V..nd40rllch. et al. ... .. ,

: and daughter were v I s I tors to Defendants '" .
e .
Gainesville Friday.Mr IN 1

: and Mrs. Roy Reynolds EMINRNTDOMAIN pnOC"EDI-U: : "
l.. : '
IN ,
/InWorld War J; pe ,, .
,, and children pent the week-end STATE OF FLORIDA / ."

4 the Frenchman' Ij with Mrr and Mr Frank Reynolds TO A T.I. WHOM. ._IT<1'' .MAY. .CONCERN.. .. .. .. !reo. :->Wf''''.'' .\":I .
AND TOErnest ; '
> .
shrugged off every I of Reddick. Wunderlich whose. place ofreaidence >" '.
Mrs. A. E. Ward spent the III Joliet Illinois uu..t..vH. .
shortage, every ( Thulin. Allele V. Thulin and
with the I week-end visiting In Gainesville. Carl A. Thuiln the place ot re..l-
ficulty A PvtJ Lewis Starling of Tampa dance Dt each ot whom is 24

I'single phrase: "It' spent. Sunday with his .mother Worcester nrammont County- Road,, J'oIRMllarhuM..tt.Worcester. I n ,

I the .War." $t'Marpfl, Mr. Kate Starling. And tD' all persons having 0"

I the Sgt. Jimmie Reynolds of Fort claimIng any .right title. Interest I
t n. That's case 1 estate mortaaall'e or other lien to or
ask I on those e.rlaln parcels ot land In
I now. When you r 1If: CIRCUIT ('0171ST. BIIAOI"OnO Bradford County' Florida which l.'i'f
for .jAX Beer, the ('0" N'I'Y. I"LOIUOA" IN: ( \ : drainage of that part of State. ,, -
of Friend- T. L. Blanton Plalntltt. v. Ruth ,
Drink Road 28.. designated all .ProJ..t /
Hill Watson Wanton D.tendant. 1161 I" a. located surveyed and tJt11 11
and find that III
ship, Case ND. 2731.OHDEIt platted by the State Road Depart- II f
Jyour dealer is mo-. OF PUBLICATION ment of the State of Florida. and /
AND NOTICE TO APPEAR thereof /jJ t r
shown by right of way map r
mentarily out oil : on file in the office of the 1/1
I Hill Watson Blanton whose r..I- Clerk ot the CI..cult Court In and iiII' / I I'I
jAX, don't blame I dance I. Unknown. for Bradford County, Florida. a
i dealer. It's t You are required to appear on true copy ot said. map or plat be- l1 I i
your t November 19th., 1943. In the above Inc attached to the Petition filed
not his fault-nor named Court and cause wherein In the above entitled cause on the : :
plaintiff seeks dIYDr. Bradford 11th day ot OctobeS A. D. 19U. by
lours. It's the war I II County Telegraph shall publish the flradfDrd County a political I
for this Order In next tour weekly subdivision of the State ot Florida
demands jAX plug
Unprecedented I..u. altalnRt Y08. and each ot you seekIng :
materials sometimes cause Witness my hand and official tn condemn for pUblic road '
limited yours f seal at Stark. Florida, this Oc- 1
!dealer to be temporarily without a supply, tobr 91st.. Isd., and said highway parcel. I1rICIIIRII'8 ot land purpose.the .It't40.' I jl/JI/ III1Ill
(OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. 'Thomas.A lying and being In Bradford 'I I
lof won't be without supply'Ifor
jAX. But he a Clerk ot said. Court.T. County Florida. and more par- 1Ill
because we're doing everything Frank Landrum Starke. Florida. ticularly de..crlb.-aa follows:
J long Atty. for Plf. 10-12 4t II-n PARCEL J II II3HAIE

,Gpossible to keep everyone supplied with a That portion of W 4 of NE'4 ot
Section 26. Townehlp 6 South
Drink of Friendship-and
fair share of the Range II Feet lying within 110 I
"we're succeeding pretty well. feet ot a ditch centerline. said
ditch centerline being described as
i If your dealer doesn't have jAX today, pa.aing over and acroll. said \vy"
degrees. 611 minutes West 201.
1 he' almost sure to have it tomorrow. So feet: thence North 34 degrees 11minute.
because this Wept 286.7 feel thence
i keep on asking for jAX great North 18 d....... 09 minutes West

; (beer is worth waiting for In fact You can't 666.1 feet; thence North 71 degrees
41 minutes We..t 133.1 feet: thenceSouth
better beer at any price. 8' degrees 115 mlnut. West
ey 131.9 fact to the West boundary
nf the SW'4 of NEI4: ot said 8cction OF THINGS TO COME !
I I 28 at a point 44 feet South
ot Northw..t corner thereof; IIlIld -- -

....-- rlEfa! I land containing 1.18 acres. .
of as follows, :
If your eyes bother you let Beginning on East boundary ot

\ 1 ins examine them end Rt you said feet Wry North ot NEI4 or Southeast at a point corner 148.7 Towering high over the rich In the f1unglUgarplantations

1 1I with glasses you need th..... thereof and run thence North 41 .green acres of the Everglades arc of the United States Sugar Corpora"I
TO OUR DEALERS. l.etf thence South 4$ d"gree. 35
\ ; 30 rears experl.nc.Holidays, more, or lees.PARCEL I these four smokestacks marked with tion and the great raw-eugar house,

I While It I. impossible to keep and Sundays by appointment.TLt That portion of NE'4 2'"Ot 8E'4 ot the letters flU. S. S. C." largest in the United States, over

NON. II.4tTiC Section' If. Town..hlp. B
I I t. stocks to normal at aU This
your up Range II East 171na- withIn 50 feat prophetic landmark visible which these smokestacks tower yoU

times, we are doing everything we 401 T.'mple Theatre Butldlo& ot beginning ditch survey on the line North described boundary a. for many miles across the vast plain have a glimpse-and only a glimpse

can to keep you .upplled. We have rn, Mom and Mt'nroe Street.. ot 134.S lIald feet NE'4 Fast ot ot 8E14 Northwest at a point corner of the Glades symbolizes the shape -or the incredible agroindustrialof

your interests constantly mind. JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA thereof and run thence South things to come-agro-industry. promise of natures moet incredible
41 degree. 56 minutes Beat 189.7
1 - minutes Ea.t 441.11 feet to end ot employment wealth living comfort:
existing Improved ditch: "aid strip
5 I or land containing 1.8 acr.. more for thousands in a newagroindusIt,, ia wholly possible that the
and each of you are hereby trial empire in the heart of the Everglades someday be one of
.f., in the comnandad Circuit Court to be 4n and and for .. world'. most fertile agricultural arca. America's largest industrial and agri

\ Dradford 8..u'f.rk: :! t a'n\the Nowhere else earth finished:
office of : said on is the soil cultural centers producing

Don't Neglect Them) In Id....Starke on or. Hr.df..rd before the County 11th day Flor-ot 1 110 productive nor has anx! other products fo..,market from'raW al?"

Nature d..len' tb. kidneys to do a November A. D. 1143. tD show whatrl..ht. region 10 stubbornly resisted Everglade s
title. interest (ten q' on
marvelous I..b. Th.ir task. I.to keep the i
flowing' blood 0&..._ Ise of as ears 0'toale or any Dt you have In and to any man' efforts to make the ICrORYj'terials. Florida can look hope"
imp..nUThe nee .1 "YlII-'if' of acid above described parcels
.... /- eGn.ta..tly proclll"lali w.Me land and tn .how cause why theme land yield its richu., fully to the Everglades for a
matter mu.t remove from .houl" net be taken for the
She blood.lrldr.heath. I I. to .adur. naea and purposea. sat f.th In said Within recent years, BUY of productivityhowever
When the kidney. fall to '..aetlon Petition to-wit. ... right of way new era
Nsture intended. there I. r.teattoll ofw..t. for drainage ditch tor' a section engineering skill """ and prosperity f
I th.a aay e.nm body-.ld. dif "I' portion of State Road 181. and modern :
,/ +' qtraNS tom. On. may aver o.tatng back.ebe designated a. Project 11511 a. 10- science have A.. The shape of things to
+ p.nl.t.al.; heed.eh..Iuck.: of dtssln.t : rated .uryey..1 and shown 'on paid tamed the wild
::$;;<: g.tt.g lip "'Ii""'" ...1111111. pulnew map or past her.'nabo.a referred wealth of I come stands dear against
under the .y.-/eel Ind. a.noes. .U to'. or d.faul(. m a 7 be entered .the Everglades.
r -.; worn out. a..alnot you. I the sky
IY.quat wety o.bureleg pam.4.esr.
Clerk ofhe
WITNE'iS my hand n.
I iZ(1)fi.( som.tima fllrtb.r ."Id.ace 0' ",G- Circuit Court In and for Brad- ,
a.y or bl.dder d.turbantw. the ae.1.r
ford County
i The recognlasd sod proper tr.atm.a.
Ie.diuretic mdtcins' to help th.ktdu.ys netnb.r.said. Court.\. D. thla 1941.the.t Silt..Stark.daY ot In UNITED STATES
b of pn.ofow body waste. SUGAR OnpOIIATION'CLEVISTON.
., U"h .:.ro" They hay. had more n..d''rot ( .o".t. 'Florld"- .
t .. than publle I approval. Are 'OF"'I'"/ .\J. SEALI A. J. Thomae.rIrk .
f ".% .,,;t. .odor ed tt'a: over. Iseut w1)e. or the .Ir'ult "urt In and FLORIDA
.+a Sold sS all drug .to.... ,r Rr."or" County Flnrld.. .
\\1 .
f' %lf: !?:::: ,Y NA : .. ,; .,..<, ". >.' Frank. Landrum Attorney forPetitinner
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I / : :< %\ M4JDA II. !STATE OF P'I..oRlf"Ot.'NTY \.\ )

t .lAX BREWINB'COMPAHY. Jacksonville, Florida ,. -. I. A. J. Thomas, Clerk ot the .

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store, the big gleaming meat God.
ket loaded with meats of all I khd.,
mat the dewey fresh produce and
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Tender '",.GIANT w uoWALE Mulletlb.
': :\ '. "rfJ!: ; 15c
Sirloin ','}iOODA. ,,,;, LARGE
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Steak if'CEN.TERSb .: .. lb. 17c
lb. 39c ':;;;j ; S T I't' E 5 -I .
Fla. Spanish Va. Red Fin
QUANTITY RIGHTS RESERVED Mackerel, lb. __- 39q, ; Croakers_ lb.
Headless Northern
T.Done or Club Chuck Blade Headless Ocean:
Steaks, lb. ____ 48c Roast, lb. _____- 27 Shrimp, lb. ,.___ 25c Whiting, lb. _.
Brisket Stew Fresh Ground 152 CALL STREET: --- STARKE Fat Baltimore Fla.Oysters .
Beef, lb. _______ 2Sc Hamburger, lb. -- 2Sc; Pt. ____ 69c Whiting, lb.

I Red Perch Large OceanShrimp
Grade A Lamb Milk-Fed Veal YAMS Fillets, ,lb. ,..____ 39c lb.

Whole Shoulder, lb. ____ 24c Shoulder Chops, Ib. ____ 28c Georgia Whole Butterfly
Square Cut Shoulder, lb. 35c Rib Chops, lb. ________ 38c PIC PORK Flounder, lb. ___ 25c Fillets, lb. .

Rib chops, lb. ________ 39c Sirloin Steak lb. ______ 35c 5 Ibs. 21c

Loin Chops, lb., ,_______ 49c Pot Roast lb. ________ 27c Sugar Cured Smoked Whole
Shoulder Chops lb. ____ 35c Breast Stew, lb. ______ 19c Bone In Whole .Lean Meaty Bone In WholeShoulders Picnic Hams, lb., .-- -
Breast Stew, lb. ______ 19c Round Cutlets, lb. _____ 43c Hams, lb. ._ 31c Chopslb.. __ 35c lb. 29c
Lamb Liver lb. ______ 29c Veal Patties, lb. _:____, 31c Fresh Sliced Rib End Loin Fresh All Pork Sugar Cured, BACON In Piece lb. 29c _. SI
Sides, lb. *..._ 29c Roast, lb. __ 29c Sausage, lb. 35cf SMOKED ,

Western Streak 0' Lean Sliced
-- Grade A Rindless

WHITE BACON lb. 21c Kingan's Best Pure Bacon 41c lb 3 3Fancy !

NO RATION POINTS Western BeefTongues Lard lb ctn 43c 1 lb. ctn 18cr

FOR THESE ITEMS lb. ____ 35c : Stringless
Pork BackRiblets Assorted Cold '
lb. ______ 7c Meats, lb. ____ __ 29c' ., Green Beans

Smoked Bacon Armour's ______ \ '2 Ibs. 29cN.
Skins, lb. ______ lOc Wieners, Ib. ____ 29c .

Western Pork Feet or Pork C. GreenCabbage
Ears, lb. _______ 12c Brains, 2 lbs. ___ 35c lb. -
Western Pork Grade A Domestic SwissChitterlings
lb. __ 15c Cheese, Ib. J'____ 59c I Western Red Delicious Good Cooking
Apples, lb. ___ 12c Apples, lb. '
Southern Biscuit Land O* Sunshine Calif. Snowball .
FLOUR, 20 Ibs. ___ 83c 20 Ibs ___ 8Sc Grapes, lb. _.___ 15c Cauliflower, lb. I
Kitchen Tested Flour Calif. Tdaho Baking
GOLD MEDAL, 5 lbs. ...:_____________ 29c SWIFTS Tomatoes, lb. 12%&c Potatoes, lb. ,-

Land O' Sunshine N Southern Gold GRADE A SHIPrEDMargarine
_____________ 25c
MILK, 3 Tall Cans .04.. 1 lb. 4-lb.] lb. ___ 21c ;MISSOURIEGGS
17c Carton 65c
Standard CutGREEN Carton Super Brand
BEANS, No. 2 Can _________ llc Oleo, lb. _______ 17c' .

Blue Ileavan Glenn Valley Swift's Doz. 63c
PEAS, No. 2 Can __ 12c No. 2 Can __ 13c Brands All-Sweet, lb. __ 23c.

AQ Seep*'WhU. Th.T tA.r Cigarettes (Pkg.Car ton l5c) 1.50When : *_A. Saps Whl.; T. 9.I *
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0 Can 6V&CKfok j No. 2 12c
3 rig 20c Morton Salt Pkg. 6 c i \Sm IOCI

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lath 9'4c ..Glow SpcorUl Mellowed For Your Table,-
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Enriched Sliced 23c
14cLge :J. coot w rrsvZIRO's '
Bread i6-White Loaf 8c5c -
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