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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: November 5, 1943
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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LME LiNT.IULW S1)_ (_ IiT JLKE. FLORIDA. HI! WAY. NOVEMBER 6. IOU NDMIIKK TWO

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Parade Tickets Sold At Army Relief Rally I Blue RibbonsAwarded County Leads Staff AssistantsGet NHA To Make )

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|Climax l i T itJ'1f.M For Entire StateIn of Volunteer. Junlus Services Smith, Chairman for the New Survey .

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...-.-.. ._ '- Bradford County Chapter American


pwood Drive I Fair 'Exhibits Birth RateBradford ing Staff Red held Assistants Cross''at the, announces Class Church Is now Service that be-a Of Housing i''


I Center on Church Street. There

auld you like, .to see a group: The third! Bradford County County, with a birth are approx Imately 20 young A new survey to determine the

airplanes "stunt-flying" over I Fair, sponsored by the American rate of 35.3 per 1.000 inhabitants women In this group with Mrs. housing!!! needs for civilian war j

ke Jow that you can alt Leglo.t: which"opened/ Monday of led the State of Florida In 1942 Mattle Gahagan acting chairman. workers. In Stnrke will be conducted .

touch thori? And hear a 28. this week ant! will close Satur- according to figures just releasedby Lectures have been'given by by' the National Housing I

e military band give a 30Ijte day, Is provhig' a great success the State Board of Health. Rev. Fred Yerkes Rector Episcopal Administration. J, I '

con-eft: ? And hear one of The farm ana home exhibits are It Is a recognized fact that the Church; Rev. A. K.': Lightfoot, This,decision was reached at a |

{trading professor* of the Unl much better than ,expected owing rational birth rate always Uses Pastor Baptist Church and Chair- meeting held In the City, Hall

fly of Florida give, a short, to war tim"' condition The In time of war, and'Bradford man of Speakers' Bureau; E. 1<. here Tuesday, attended by R. W

Ing address) on one of the I Managers bffrthe Fair are well County_ effected perhaps more Mitchell. Field Director, AmericanRed Mann representing the NHA. H.

Lest! needs of the War? You Sale of tickets for the premiere showing of'"This Is The Army" pleased with tVenults.L. than any other Florida communityby Cross Camp Blanding; Miss L.' Sullivan representing the Fed

f hear all these things andis here Thursday night, was given added Impetus at an enthusiastic T. Dyer$, County Agent and World War II-seems to be Mary J{. Hunt, Assistant Field eral Public Housing Authority
of at 2:45 adding further proof to the rec Director Amer I lean Red Cross and M. M. Parrlsh state directorof
!i more free charge : rally held Saturday afternoon In front 'of the Florida Theatre. Chairman of Committee exhibits -I ,
Lck afternoon on the :ord. The large number of Army Station Hospital. Camp Blandlng; the F.. H. A. '\
Saturday Shown above is a part of the Saturday afternoon crowd listening Is very proud. ,ot' the, showIng -
her of Call and Walnut Streets made by Iho four communities couples now'llvlng in this county Mrs. Junius Smith Chairman Volunteer Members) of the City Council
to Henry Gruver's IRTC 76th AGF Band. ;
tal'ke.Is 'Standing on platformat which have exhibits, and undoubtedly con tributed largelyto Special Services, Bradford met-with these officials to thrash

l program, staged by the left are Nat Sternberg who urged the public to buy ticket!!! praises those who were responsible Bradford's leading position.A County Chapter; Mrs. Margaret out problems In regard to the
to the premiere as a donation to Army Emergency Relief and Holcomb, First Aid Instructor cancellation of 200 white
ford County Pulpwood Com for the decoration of the total of 308 births were recorded ; housing
Ret in order to help the Gov Misses Freddie Wimberly, Betty Turner, Georgia Gllpln. Barbara booth and other arrangements. here In 1942; 244 white and Mrs. Edward Burns, Executive units, previously slated tor Starke.

rnent relieve a shortage of 2- Keen, Virginia Sewell and Marian Brown. who sold tickets to. the The exhibits- were placed Mon and 64 colored. It Is likely that Secretary Bradford County Chapter. and the city's subsequent refusalto

Inni) cords of pulpwood In crowd. day afternoon; and the judging a large number of the colored furnish utilities for the 180

:"will last only o hour- and and placing ribbons was- finished births were not officially regis- On Thursday the group will be proposed negro units unless the

|leave plenty of time for every- I Tuesday afternoon. taken to the Field Director's Office white housing was provided also.
Circuit Court BHS Vs. Bolles tered.The f
v to visit the Bradford County W. T. Nettles District Agent average state rate was Camp Blandlng and Red Pending completion of the new

either before or' after the Agriculture Extension Service 21.3. Second ranking county was Cross Office, Station Hospital. survey all construction work on

ram. Gainesville judged the farm crop Escambla with 32.2 per 1,000 and Camp ,BlandIng by members of the negro units has been halted..

It will begin with a parade, Next WeekCircuit Slated Tonight exhibits, whle Mrs.. prace Ensign, Okaloosa was third with 31.8. the Motor Corps. t In opening the meeting, H. A.

ea will form at 2 P. M. at the District Associate' FSA Supervisor Clay County ranked fourth witha I Bishop, chairman of the City

fier of Temple Avenue and Cal with the:. assistance. of Miss rate of 29.1. Lowest rate In Council, staled that the City had
t. The parade will begin Court will open in the Confident of another win when Sarah Phelps,> Cpunty Associate the state was Volusla with only Pecan Sales protested construction of the

mptly at 2:30: o'clock, and the Bradford County Courthouse in BHS meets Bolles tonight (Friday FSA SupervI8 and Mrs. I... T. 13.9. negro units because It was felt

of march will go north uppIe Starke at 10 A. M., Monday No- ) at Bradford Park Coach Dyer judged" '{he' womens' and that suc1a large number of ;

Avenue to Washington vember 8. The 2nd-degree mur- Hobbs and Assistant Bishop have school exhibits, IRTC ChorusTo To Start Nov. 9A I negro units wa.S not needed If NO I;

el (near the Bradford High der case of Mrs. Edna Peele of been drilling their charges from Hampton,was/awarded the white units were needed. lie declared .\

001 and the large USO) : Lawtey charged with killing An- early till late. Ironing out .t he ribbon as. grand champion purple on Be PresentedIn that the Council was' ready :,

fcce east on Washington to ell Thompson and wounding rough spots and practlclslng several the best conrinunlty exhibit; Sunday ConcertThe telegram received yesterdayby to cooperate with the NHA In ;

put Street' ; thence south on Richard Bennett Jr., Ossie Bell new plays. Starke second; Of a ham third: County Agent L. T. Dyer from working out the problem. f1'
Wiggins and Ed Starling at Law- Bolles comes to Starke with a Mr, Mann stated that It seemed
{nut Street to Call Street, Rising; fourth: 'and :LAwtey fifth. Infantry Replacement L. H. 'Lewis, marketing specialistwith "
( the will end and icy on August 14, will come before very mediocre record as to wins Center Chorus evident that some miscalculatinghad "
re parade The awar4s of ,commun ty booth Training directedby the State Marketing\ Board,
the grand Jury and will prob- so far this season, but-as" Coach been done and suggested thata t
wUl John wl1l'make
i program begin. were made on basis of qualityvariety ; S. Greenfield stated that the first pecan sale of I
he "all plane show" will begin ably be tried at this term of Hobbs warned-their oppositionhas uniformity,. educational Its second appearance In Starkeon the season will be held Tuesday new survey be made, which 1

12:43, during and after which court. been far stronger than that value and, appearance and ar Sunday afternoon Nov. 7, at Nov. 9, at the State Farmers'' would likely result In some white I
Concert will be given' by the Also docketed Is the rape case encountered to date by the Tor- rangement.Blue 5 o'clock. At,this time the, cho- Market. units and a smaller number of

Army! Ground Forces band of George Stuart Howard. Miami nadoes. ribbons-. placed on rus will present a varied pro The sale will begin promptlyat negro units being constructed.
this were
amp Blanding, under the dl- sailor charged with raping a 15- Attendance at past games each entry winning first place In gram in the USO Club operatedby 2 P. M.; Mr. Dyer stated, and He stated that the 200 white 'I

|,on of Warrant Officer How- year-old St. Augustine girl in season has been splendid, and the.. the whole fair red ribbons for the YMCA. corner of Templeand will be held here every Tuesday units were cancelled here, when
and
| S. Shanet. Starke on the night of June 25.: school faculty, students players Washington Streets. the NHA learned that a general ,
\ for third. during the season. All
second and.
white pecan
wish to their appreci-
express cut-back of 20
percent was being
raffle on Call Street between of The chorus Is an outstanding are to
The Individuals growers requested get
winnings by
local fans and service
ation to made In civilian war workers at
_ ul and Court will be halted Driver Was Sober men for their wholehearted co 1st 2nd, and, 3rd places were as organization and the USO Club their crop to market early so all Installations In the
g; the entire program. Prof. : follows: 10 ears corn. John M. feels honored to be able, to present that the sale may not be delayed. military
|& Newlns, Director of the i But Damage operation. McKinney. CVYan: Alstlne, R. S, such a group. Each mem- country. The negro units were t
01 of Forestry of. the Unl- ,.,' er.ls not .cancelled, because .there was '
Was Great Batten; 10 sta&4 cane. John B. > a professional musician In Church Women'
District no reduction In common labor at
a' MeetingOf
[tlty of Florida will deliver
Griff. T. 1. Casey, H. H. Lewis; his own right. 4
t! address on the great need Contraray to the prevailing Woman's Club Peck sweet' potatoes, Puerto Rica, The organization Is sponsored Designate Nov. 11 the camps but only among the ,
white-collar .
palpwood for winning the war. opinion, every person whose car Jake Shuford, T. L. Casey, H. A, by Chaplain Lemuel T Fagan' For ObservanceThe workers.Mr.
|poniorlng the parade and proIs runs amuck and destroys property Here Nov. 10 Prescott; Sweet potatoes, Virginia and, grew out of the interest of Mann expressed the desireof

the Bradford County Including Itself and some- Yam K. B. Watterson; Best Chaplain Fagan and Major Green. United Council of Church the NHA to provide adequate

graphs local committee, com- Lime Its occupants Is not intoxicated The Women's Clubs of District pumpkin, Frances Crosby, K. B. field, the dlrectcor In music and Women has designated November housing for civilian war workersIn J

dot H. A. Carlton, chairman; as J. L. Meyer.of Hampton Four will convene In Starkeon Watterson, L. H. Futch; 2 Pints group singing. They were assisted 11 as ''World Community Day this area, but explained the
T. Wednesday, Nov. 10, for an fact that nothing could be done
Dyer vice-chairman L. D.ng .
| ; testify, after his experience Lieutenant Alfred
can syrup, C. Sullivan; 1 Pound pecans by W. and the theme Is to be,"The Priceof "
: Rev. G. C. Powell. Lester about 8:30: A. :M:. Wednes- all-day meeting and the womenof C. Van Alttlne, R. F. Demo- Halght organist. A call for volUnteers an Enduring Peace". There about overcrowded conditionshere
the local club will be host- resulting from the Influx of
e. Tyler Jones, J. K. Douglas, da)'. rest; Forage, green, R. F. Demo- was Issued to professional are ten million church womenIn
M. Matchett, D. A. Monteith take a drink", he told eSJl s. the IRTC Army personnel and their fami :
"I never rest. H. D. May; Forage, dry, singers among person the United States and the
will be from nine
1 Prof. Foster Shi Smith. after his had knocked Registration nel and lies. "Because of the shortage of
car fine musical
the police of John Ellington L. H. Futch T. L. soon a group women of various churches In
members
yone who wishes to enter a light standard down at to ten o'clock and Casey; Honey, Rising School T. was rehearsing together. Both Starke have arranged the following critical materials and manpower
| parade do and horse- and it to the Junior Club will be co-host no effort has been made, from
may so, BlandIng{ Center torn L. Casey; Field peas, R. L. Bat officers and enlisted men are program to take place
buggies, saddle horses, etc., pieces, run across the street and es es. officers ten; Snap beans. Mrs. D. W, members. Thursday, Nov. Hi. the very beginning, to provide ,
State
The following for the wives and families
housing
especially desired. Automo- knocked a fire hydrant out of Moore; Turnips J. B. Watterson, Included on the prOgram for
A. Smith The meeting will be held ln the
attend Mrs. ,
s that will : Ralph of service men who follow
enter should bear slo- Eddie's Bar-
Into afternoon will be
and Sunday
place> run Mrs. A. J. Thomas, Nate Dyal; : "Pray-
Federation Methodist Church at 3:30: P. M. "
8) such as "Cut Pulpwood and B-Q stand, breaking the front president of Florida Fresh fruit Mrs. L. H. Futch, er of Thanksgiving" by Kremser; from camp to camp. Therefore,
Win of Women's Clubs. The devotional service will be In the new to determinethe
p the War". counter and glass. The whole H. H. Lewis Mrs. O. D. Gay; 'Sanctus" by Gounod; "Send Out survey
Mrs. Joseph L. Gray, first vice- conducted by Mrs. L. A. Canova number of units needed here
damage was estimated to be approximately 1 Dozen white eggs, Mrs.. C. Van Thy Light" by Gounod; "DrinkTo
president. of the Baptist church. only the possible number that will
dps! Pay Bills $50.: Alstlne, R.' F. Demorest Rising Me Only With Thine Eyes"by
Mr*. J. L. McCaffrey, second Salute Girl' be occupied by civilian war work-
ofhis to Flag Scouts..
In :
He had a blowout one school; 1 Dozen, brown eggs, Mrs.R. Johnson; and "Hilda" an old
e s City Police Department be- tires but after be had run vice-president. R. Prevail. A..J, Thomas. Mrs. Sweedlsh ,folk song. There will Music by Mrs. E. K. Ferryman _rs will be taken, into con ldera-
Mrs. W. L. Cooper correspondIng -
es In the slogan "They that over two curbs, turned over a D. W. Moore; Rice Joe Truby; also be other group numbers and organist. tion.
Edward
and Mrs.
must pay". And. according time or two and done the damage i secretary Chestnuts, R. F. Demorest; several solos. First chapter of "The Price of In regard to negro C. A. Thompson -

Police Chief A* L. Alvarez ,mentioned above, he had two flat i P.S Plaff, director of District 4. Gourds, Pat Casey T. L. Casey. The chorus made its first appearance an Enduring Peace" by Mrs. Col- who .bears the title of "re

X* Tyson colored has helpedrke :tires, and hence could not tell Mrs., H. C. Ritch, presidentof Women's exhibits Canned > In Starke at the First son of'the Episcopal church. gional racial relations adviser for

meet her bills during the whether the blowout was in a the Starke Club, urges all goods. one jar each of three varieties Baptist Church. It was also Second chapter "Promises Will the NHA" and who spent a, few
i members to attend. Make reserv- in
few months to the tune of .front or rear tire. with of vegetables, Mrs K. B.Yatterson featured over a radio program in not Produce an Enduring Peace". hours Starke last week. Mr.
luncheon
for the
ations
und 1000. paid for selling His 1936 Ford V-8 was demol- Mrs. Ona Mae GraveA, Ocala and, has received several by Rev. G. C. Powell, pastor of' Mann stated that he was not sent
takey. About ten days ago heup shed, but neither he nor a quart Mrs. L. D. Vining, or purchase i Mrs. Blanche Edwards; Fruits request to sing at other places.All the Methodist church. here to confer with City Official,
tickets from Carpenter's Drug
$100 bond and Saturday bottle of milk he had In his car : Mrs. K. B. Watterson Mrs L. H. Starke civilians and Ser Third chapter, "A Hand, a but rather to' Interview colored

at'ent right on with hisskey suffered a scratch. Although hput Store. I iutch, Mrs. At J. Thomas; Jam vice men are Invited to the program Heart and a Fresh Determina residents In an effort to get a

business having to put up some War Bonds with the preserves Mrs. Berry Dyal, Mrs., which will begin promptlyat tion", by Mrs. Ruth Morse of picture of the actual housing

[Mother $150. the Chief said police and promised the City he Scouts To Send O. L. Beasley, Mrs. L. H. Futch; S o'clock. the.BapUat church. needs among the negroes here.

terday. would pay all damages, at last Cigarettes To Jellies. Mrs. L. H. Futch Mrs. Before the program, punch will Fourth chapter, "Economic His only reason for contacting

report the City authorities were D. W. Moore; Meats Mrs. Mary be> served In the lounge and Mrs. Interdependence", by Mrs. L. F, City officials'was to inform themof

The Tabernacle prone> to pronounce it an unavoidable Men Overseas Touchstone: Pickles. Mrs. Ruth W B. Sewell Mrs. 1.. A. Canova, Smith, of the Methodist church. his mission so they would not

accident and not hold him Frailer, Mrs. R. F. Demorest and Mrs. Edward Burns will be Fifth chapter, "World Order", think he was simply "butting In",

"II Interesting evening for all responsible for It. L. Hoffman A week or so ago the local Mrs. S. A. Weldon.HandworkGarments",1II88. hostesses dulrng the afternoon. i by Mrs. K. O. Duncan, of the Mr. Mann stated.

attend Is promised at the manager of Eddie's Bar-B-Q Boy Scouts, under the directionof Ona Members of the chorus,will be Presbyterian church. The opinion seemed to be gen
pel like Van H. Garden who'Ja assistIng eral among council member thatIf
Tabernacle next Tuesday stand, stated that he would Demorest Mrs. Jake Shuford; guests of the USO Club at a
:t to with the Troop, placed jars the units were constructed
at 7:43: o'clock when the to be reimbursed for damages Crocheting Mrs. Mlley Wynn supper after the performance.
Forbes E. Fuller former the extent of perhaps $25.: but In several of the leading business (Continued on page eight) Serving will be:, Miss: Frances New Army Store solely for'war workers. It Is likely
establishments along Call St. for : that' too were In
of the Lawtey Baptist would not cause any trouble about Peek, Miss Abbie Harley; Miss many planned
will show pictures and the purpose of collecting "change" Frances Opperman Miss Pat To,Open Saturday the first place, and the suggestionof

lecture on the missionary to buy cigarettes for service men Abrams UrgesWhooping Keene, and Miss Louise Snyder. Mr. Mann that another surveybe

In Jaruco Havana Province It.Why overseas. CoughInoculation I Louise Berger of Miami and made was approved by' the
Wainwright The first weeks collections ( Sam Shafer of Baltimore have Council. '

Designed Job amounted to more than $20, Mr. "Negro Day"At taken a year's lease on Mrs. Wil- 'I

Carden stated and the money has Fair Friday liam Balln's new building on East Mrs. Duke Names
t The Told By Writer. been deposited in a special account Dr. Irving R. Abrams. Director Call Street, the location formerly

Library Saturday at the local bank. of the local Health Unit, warns More than 3.00O persons had occupied by the P. S. Stores, and Co-Workers On
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RECITATION In his column published Journal "During the first week the jars the public to have all children paid adm I s s I Ion to the Fairgrounds will open a new Military Store Health Committee

FROM 'MEM- In the,Jacksonville were out many soldiers were' seen Inoculated against whooping through Wed nesday there tomorrow (Saturday). They
by
of Ellzab h Sale. 1. the Allen Morris political writer recent, donating liberally. Mr. Carden cough as a 2-months-old colored Ight-631 on Monday 1,132 on will handle a complete line of Appointment of local officersof
Fen the
11 a Rand In threw some light on will baby died a few days ago and 1,024 on Wednesday.
OIna, also M. (BUI) aid, "and I hope civilians Tuesday military supplies the Bradford County Tuberculosis -
the Wm.
] story of alta resignation of .,200year -.- not hold back and let servicemen from whooping cough broncho- Friday Is "Negro, Day". All Mr. Berger was formerly In the and Health Association were'
robust and ex- Wainwright from the $ '"Whooping cough Is school children and teach-
flg. audItor do all the giving. Although ineumonla. negro millinery business o n Lincoln announced last week by Mrs.
every one of them from position as supervising serious disease In infants", will be admitted to the
dma Control the jars are primarily to catch a very el'll Road In Miami Beach while Mr. Glen Duke County Chairman.
who of
remembered thee of the State Board learning). small change", an occasional Dr. Abrams said. "Even It the grounds free of charge between Shafer was In the real estate The annual Christmas Sea sale
re ways of Louisville (Institutions of higher piece of "folding money" will be baby recovers, he goes through a the hours of 12 no.on and 6 P. M., business In Baltimore. will Nov.
she writer open on Monday. 22.
bad
< who been a belle to According to this political native of greatly; appreciated and will aid. very stormy course", This dls- and all rides Inside the groundswill and continue until Christmas. The
was a letter carrier Wainwright a cue be prevented by giving be half Mr. Weldon
can price.
the Scouts in sending cigarettes .
proU.1 of It. held various Legion MeetingThe funds from the sale finance the
who has of vaccine. .
Starke to the men oversea I a few doses said yesterday.The _
SAILS CROWDING and was a year-round work of the association. -
an adventure political appointments In I. "Go to your private doctor to Fair closes Saturday night./ local American Legion .
Treasurer
IIi with men and candidate for State Due have the baby Inoculated If you Post will have Its regular meet-
around "over- Taxes Accepting appointments are:
to City
Grand Banks order
IUsn by Edmund 1940, resigned vote-seeking"In for State cannot afford to do this come to To Attend MeetA Ing Tuesday night and all recently Dr. M. B. Herlong, Treasurer;

ho wrote The Gllltgan tee the Upchurch ofSt. City Clerk Carl John reminds the Health Department on Church discharged service men as Mrs. Junlus M. Smith Secretary;
Gaunt Woman. D.
CO.iTRACT. Senator Frank Is expectedto the public thatcity taxes are Street In Starke on Thursday group from Starke. Including well as any unidentified veterans Rev. Oeo. C. Powell. Publicity:

Y rUon BRIDGE by Augustine, who his candidacyfor now due and are subject to a Nov. 11, or Thursday. Nov. 23, MI'II.[ Mattie Oahagan. delegate of World War 1. are Invitedto Chairman: A/ J. Thoman Chair
contains com- announce soon or second and fourth Thurs Jolr. Edward Burns, Mrs. R. J. their 1944
lete next election. four percent discount during No any get Legion cards man Large Gifts Committee; Miss
wS.Brldge Laws- Leads< governor In the at 10 o'clock. A Davis and the Rev. Fred Terkes, before rmLttlc Nov.
lid Lex Ore e n of; vember. Mr. Johns also stated day morning Day". 11. Amelia Ray, Mall Sale Chairman;
PJESURRECTION: Congressman candidate to that city licenses were due Oct. baby should be given the whoopIng plan to attend the fall meeting of so that the local Poet may have Mrs. Lemuel Colson. Small Gifts
: OF R. K. tark* was the first vaccine when he Is District( Two of the Women's
R.\1IC'Ji and MU- 1 and should be obtained at once cough: a. chance at the "Nebraska Pig" Committee.
good by Lee Rademaker. announce for governor attor- by those who have not yet done I six months of age. Dr. Abrams Auxiliary of the Episcopal Church being donated by Governor Hol. Mrs. Duke will announce School
western lard Caldwell Tallahassee 10. concluded. to be held In Palatka today. land. Committee Chairman later.
ney. was second.



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BRADFORD COVNTY TELEGRAPH. STARKJI: FLORIDA FRIDAY, 1OIESIRBR,,
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Charles said that he and Vollle Hampton Happenings ,spent the week-end in Jackson Lawtey Methodist "Cod W I I 1 I'rOVlde"'

The h Bradford Telegraph went In cahoots In the cowhide By Barbara Home ville.Mrs. Worship 730 ? tI
County clot
business. Vollle got the bides Ava Turner has returned Sunday School 10 A. M. MornIng "The Lord SUali FIght ,
.abllt..ecl: 1877 after they were tanned and Rev. A. E. Llghtfoot, of Starke after an extended, visit with relatives Worship 11 o'clock subject Herbert Hazzard for
Charlie got one -pair of stringsfor spoke ,to the boys and girls at In Georgia. pails
MBMBBR.FLoRJMPRESSASsOOAnON, his boots. the school auditorium Monday Willard Wynn. U. S. Coast
morning and. stressed the needof Guard, and Mrs. Wynn, of Ponte -
Jim Moore, Sr. made applica-
NAIKW4L EDITORIAL ASSOOAJTON: tion for membership, but was the Junior Red Cross and the Vedra were at home for the Prompt Servjce Careful Drive
helpful work that can be ac- weekendMrs.
turned down, not being able to
F. L. Matthews ______________ Editor and Owner qualify as a big enough liar. Fee complished. Mrs.Juntos Smith, of C. L. May and children.
Starke, was also present and reorganize Dickey, and Sylvia and Peggy
Young was turned down becausewe Starke Taxi
1 SUBSCRIPTION RATE already had a president who the RpdJCross* productionroom. Hlnaon, were shopping in Gains- Servic
Yearly. $1.75: SU: :Months, $1.00 wall well qualified, but Booger Let's do our part when vllle Saturday.
called on in making both success the circus in
Lewis and Truby Walnwrlght Those attending
r Publl.d.1"t1kly. on FrUlajn and Entered tat Sec were taken in on the first ballot. ful.Mrs. Jacksonville Saturday night were: Phone 150
!, i' ond Clans Mutter at the Pottt Office at Starke Fla. The society mourns the. passing ". EBS'le'Crew8, teacher in Mr. and Mw. M. L. Wattersonand
4 of three old charter member Kirby-Smith school in Jacksonville daughters, Dorothy and
I
-Uncle Joe Brown Will Torode' was a visitor over the week- Harvene and Mr and Mrs. Rob- Day Nig
_.... and Doc Biggs. Noble men, all I end with her sisters, Mrs. J. A. ert Touchton.Mrs. I
-" three, and any community would I Holly and Mrs.. H. F. Wheelus. O. D. Gay and son Elmer
have been honored to have themas I Mrs. E. C. Morris and daughter, were shopping in Jacksonville
citizen Now we're beginning Sue, have returned to their homeIn Tuesday of ,last week.
PROCLAMATIONGovernor I to need new members to Everglades, after a short visit Mr. and Mrs. I. N. Newell and
DRY CLEANING &
.take the place of the departed. with Mr. and Mrs. B. Y. Saxon. Mrs. K. B. Watterson were in TAILORINGQuick
We know we'll never be able to Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Wads- .
L get their equals, but numbersare worth were In Galnsvllle Monday. Starke Saturday.H. Service High Quality Work{
: of Wllllston V. Saxon, U. S. Navy and
by what we want now. We did Mr. Harmon Morgan, -
week-end Mrs. Saxon and daughter left
have our eyes on one prospect, was the guests
but he's so well educated and so of Mrs.. Jessie Morgan and Mrs. Sunday for Oakland Calif. NEW METHOD
k Spcssaril L. Holland tall that his best yarns pass right Idella Priest. Mrs. J. W. Horne and son. CLEANERSMr.

over our heads. We're just too Mr. and Mrs Hazel Perry and Junior, and'Mrs.. Lynn Hall were and Mrs. E. O. Edwards, Proprietors
Illiterate to appreciate' an edu- daughter and Mrs. Jeff Perry In Palatka Tuesday. ,
cated liar.Prospective. were In Galnsvllle Saturday. We're, grateful to those who PHONE 135 315 TEMPLE AV E.
members will L. A. Wynn 'was in Jackson contributed in helping to make
please get In touch with Presi ville Tuesday last week. Hampton (School) Booth a success STARKE, FLORIDA
t 3I. dent-George Roberts Sr. Miss Virginia Lou Pickren i at the Bradford County Fair.

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I. A-s A BACK THE TEAM !



WHEREAS, Pulpwood Is vital to the progress

of our war against the Axis because of Its widespread

use In smokeless powder;paperboard containers SEE EVERY HOME GAME THIS SEASQ]

for shells, food, and ammunition for our

fighting forces abroad; blood plasma kits; para

chutes and other materials of war,and

WIIEREAS, The present lag in production of

pulpwood Indicate. a shortage of more than
B.H.S..vs BOLLES FRL Nov. 5
2,500,000 cords under the minimum of 13,000,.

000 cords needed for war and essential civilian

requirements for 1943;

NOW, TIIEREFORE, I, Spessard L. Holland,
by virtue of the authority vested in me as Cover

nor of the State of Florida,proclaim a ADMISSION:
BR'ADFORD.

I,I PULPWOOD EMERGENCY ADULTS 55c

In Florida and appeal to all woodland farmers

and woodcutters of this state to enlist In the Victory f

Pulpwood Drive and pledge to devote at least PARK STUDENTS AND

three extra days to cutting pulpwood this Fall,as

requested by Chairman Donald M. Nelson of theWar '- 7 SERVICE MEN

Production Board.IN 8:30 P'wi. '

p 30c
WITNESS WHEREOF I hare hereunto let my
hand and caiuod the Great Seal of the Slate of

Florida to be affixed at Tallahassee,the Capital..
this In day of September,A.D.19,13.



Uak 3'' .

943 SCHEDULE .


Fa

As the pulpwood shortage grows more critical every Sept. 24 Lake Butler 13 BHS 18 .
day, the Victory Pulpwood Committees all over the country

are re-doubling their efforts to have an extra cord of pulp-

wood cut for every boy in the service from those communities Ott1 Alchu13 \ BHS 0Oct

where timber-growing is an industry. Bradford County .;" ..f .
is such a community and we should not fall down on this 'J' !,./
vitally important job. ., .' _: 8, Green Cove 19 ,.,:;; 4 4Oct B. H. S. ,13
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Now is the time when every cord of pulpwood is des _.,? t;
perately needed to make for parachutes nitrocellulose : l, \ '
rayon 15 Newberry 18 "U B. H S. 19
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for explosives paperboard for shipping containers, filters Tlifi ::

for gal masks and a hundred other war necessities.You a .,' "

can do a double job of helping Uncle Sam and Oct. 21 Baldwin 0 B. H. S. 46

yourself by turning your idle trees Into pulpwood and then '.:r f

turning: the money into War Bonds. Ip this way you get .
Oct 29 7
; Hastings B. H. S. 27
one-third more for your pulpwood.On .

Armistice Day 1943 "honor the living" by enlistingin .

the Victory Pulpwood Campaign and cut an extra cord Nov: 5 Bolles (Jax) Here

in honor of dome friend or relative in the service. ..
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Soon after ,I moved to Lawtey. compared with my friend Charles.At r..

will Edwarda dropped a hint that one time George Roberts t .
perhaps would be accepted as a owned a pet pig that hung aroundthe s
member of ". certain secret society back of the score. Doc and SCHLITZ & OLD MILWAUKEE STARKE BEAUTY SHOP STARKE DRY CLEANERS
Vollle stole the pig'one, night
If I could pass aa qualified.\ BEER LINNIE
what and slipped It In the pen with. 1f' FOGG McCULLEY, Mgr LAUNDRYSAM
tell exactly
He didn't me Will Torode's fattening hogs. /
the society was for, but I learned I Then, when George began to' ALVAREZ STORE
SON EASTERN
&
ROSENBERG AUTO
y' later that It was to promote search for his pet Vollle told' SUPPLY
laughter--at the expense of some him that he thought Will swiped
i, unfortunate member, and to teach i It. Will and Doc were George's : THE GUIDON GRILL DENMARK FURNITURE CARL JOHNSMAUDE'S
the members In good standing to i!brothers-in-law and this was : CO. .
hold their tempers In check on all done to promote good feelings I *. w> LUNCH ROOMJ.
occasions. The main qualification and brotherly love between the I H. C. WALL
COURTMANCH-Jeweler AGENCY
H.
waa that you had to be a good three. It did! Insurance 0
story teller-In other words, an If my friend Will Edward. \ LADY FAIR BEAUTY SAL

: accomplished liar. doesnt: go.to Heaven he should. KIDD'S SINCLAIR SERVICE LEI L A' S
At that time the membershipwas George and Vollle kept him In HOTEL
composed of Uncle Joe hot water all the time. He's already DRESS SHOP AND MAGNOLIABLANDING
'1, Brown. Will Edwards Dr. Biggs, suffered enough on this KOCH DRUG STORE BEAUTY SALON
CENTERRESTAURANT
Will Torode and Vollle Reddish. |I earth to make up for all the here-
Later after I had become a full afters. THE ELECTRIC SHOE
SHOP
fledged member, Charlie Shuford I| According to Charlie Volllei A. M. DARBY'S Across From Park .
was taken In-on probation-and i bought 77 head of beef steers Theatre N
BOB'STAVER,
accepted as an honorary (or perhaps
I should say "ornery") .! GUY'S MARKET A & P FOOD STORE Sinclair AgI
member. Anyway. Ananlas was from the Seaboard for the 1ft killed H. E. TUCKER,
nothing more than a piker when I by Peggy and had f7 left.
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R 5. 193 BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH STAKKR. PWRiDA
1
IN riiirriT rni'RT. BKAIIROHII
hand with vast areas under con. ('''I %1'\'. PI.UIIIKAI IN CIIA.1I
Russell KayTOO trol much of which will be held ('KHY.Kalvatora: .
Marnno Plaintiff, va.Allnu .
SCHOOL JOURNALSTAFF and never really explored. \ Maratio, Defendant Can. No.
IkADFORD Even though a rich field It! developed 2719. PUBLICATION
onOEIl OK
LATE I In the Everglades and ANI NOTICE TO APPEAR v

TO CLASSIFY .. other fields are opened in other HTATH (CI' FLORIDA resld.noe toi la Anne unknown -
Murano, whose
little to 'most ,
l sections It offers
Oil heavy black, sticky oil leasers beyond the small rental accruing You* era required to appear on

-In-Chief B. H. S Scores Upset Over Hastings 27-7 400 barrels or more, seeped from the lease for the November namvtl Court 18th,and 193.,rau.In.the. wherein shove J
Edttor Wimberly through porous formations 12,000 number of test wells actually plaintiff seeks dlvor. ... Bradford
Freddie I feet below the surface at the drilled must of necessity be limited County Ordern Telegraph next nhKlt tour publlnhthin weekiyIssues.

Co-Edltor Sewell School ExhibitsAt Stellar PlayingOf Humble Oil Company's No; 1 well and only a small fraction of I .

Virginia Biographies Susie Seesit Bobby McRae being drilled at Sunnlland. tiny the vaat areas now tinder con- seal Witness at Htark.'L my hand Florida' and, this official October '
senior Whltflel County Fair settlement> deep In the Everglades. trol can possibly bo explored for lath 1043.
aazen, Roberta Features Game after 40 or more (OFFICIAL. REAL) A. J. Thomas.
I At last years to come. :
Davl many years
Marjorie Show Good WorkThe An. Clerk of said Court.
'ewe Peek I' ,of wildcat drilling throughout the Wallace Pratt, geologist and K. K. Perryman Starke. Florida..
__,?. >___ Darby Rah! Rah! another victory t togo Playing flawless ball before 500 state oil In promising quantityhad of the Standard Ally, for LPIf. lass 41 H-S
"Edgar Wilkinson down in history for B. H. !S. Bradford High School exhibits shivering football fans a vastly; vice president ,
been discovered. It is doubt- while announcing ,(T. IIn JlFOnn QY
rni
Oil of New Jersey i rmrrrr
Blech the fair "madea \>
__ Lola at county
one
Tornado eleven
Features Darby Peek sho' made an able! Improved put of oil rni'NTY, KI-OIUUAl IN CIIAMC'KHV. Ifs
if the actual discovery of !
ful successful completion
Caldwell Jimmy Davis, Captain, and boy, did Billy Col- very Impressive sight and show over on local dopesters by soundly the ,
world caused ...
a anywhere in the Sunnlland well with a definite J. Llttlefleld, Plaintiff,
Martin the the Martin
actual work of the childrerin Kf
Faxon Phyllis son make some beautiful runs! walloping a strong Hastings less excitement. A few 'south of high grade oil Is Jane J. Uttlefleld Defendant.Ca.. 1 1
jjeiverna Thornton More power to you, boys. each grade. team last Friday.night by a score production No. 4728.OKI !
Lee Marlin, The primary grades have a Florida papers were sufficiently careful to emphasize the fact that ten OF pirnciCATioN
I I
.
jv Martha Spotted some new two-some of 27 to 7.Bolstered rate the as NOTH'FJ TO APPEAR
news ANI
to considered I
impressed It In no sense be I
Strlngfellow variety of maps, drawings scrap can FLORIDA, to: Jane J.
argaret around-Margaret Sapp and J. A. by a line that playedliko of'a main head. Cautious STATE OF
worthy "commercial producer" at this whoa residence UVal-
books lettering etc. Mrs. Rllch'tsecond a T.lttlefleld. J
Mack Futch and Frances Mc
Martinez backs
Colson
veterans, wire services> gave the announce- drat Maryland. kl
of the development.
i Nell Powell Nell grade has made a scrapbook ; and stage required to appear on
I ( ) -seems Rae Hall and Ends Burney column. Floridians You are
EditorialI which Includes all the types ment a modest Governor Holland likewise cautioned November 22nd.. 1943 In the abovenamed
was quite excited since it washer of Dinklns carried and passed the for the most part went about > against over optimism Court and cause, wherein
first date-but the big surprise airplanes.Tha for grand total of 343: plaintiff Keeks divorce. llradford
I Cross opened pigskin a their business unperturbed.The 1 the "news ,,
Red art class has also made while admitting that County Tvloifiapit .i>ntl i .IIU-h)
D1bel'shlp drive November came when Leslie Bradley some very good posters, showing yards. Total gain from scrimmage. cry "Oil In Florida" was : sounds good". He stated that thin Order In next four weekly u
came up wearing second-hande accounted for 224 yards, four : lainee.Wltne.
It will continue through :: their work in lettering this year, too familiar to stir the emotions. Florida had made arrangementswith .a my hand and official
The Junior Red Croaed lipstick 1 They Include examples of work completions out of five attempted FloridIans had been hearing It' two responsible Texas oil In. seal at Starke, Florida, thin Ou- t1i

by President Wllso I Dropped In at the dance anl done with lettering pens, as well passes resulted in 119 yards and for years. It has echoed again terests> calling for the drilling of tnher(OFFICIAL ICth.,, SKA 1843.I.) A. J. Thomas

ember, 1917 at "the rIf ,,saw B. H. S. lads and lassies cut... as cut letters. Their exhibit also I I two of Starke's four touchdowns. and again from-a score of coun- deep wells In the Everglades but Aa Clerk of nald Jacksonville.Court.. -Flu.Atty. .

f educators to provided ting the rug-Melba Stringfellov, Includes portraits, done of dif By comparison Hastings gained ties, Hillsborough Polk Walton, that it was advisable to await J. S.. for Harrison Plf. 104t 11-13
from
girls in the schools wit' : I Ralph Alvarez, Willa Jean Mfl- ferent members of the class, some 204 yards from scrimmage, 11 Levy, Dade and others. Cautious further development to determinethe -- /
lon and Jerome Johns making a passes for a grand total of 210 I IV CIHrillT CO I'IIT. JlII"Uf/'ORJI
service to their na- and conscientious State Geologist of the discovery;
real
i for of which have a striking resem I visitors attemptedfour Import CO! NTY. FLOIlll AI IV CHAM
time of war." This regular Friday night of It. blance to the subjects. yards. The Herman Gunter has steadfastlyheld Geologist Herman Gunter has CKHY.
pro-I had Tluth
vn.
one, Plaintiff
presents opportunities Susie had a hard time keeping The beginning and second year; passes, completed while two went his ground against the pressure been directed to make the fullest T.Hill U Watson Xlanton Blanton. Defendant.
il 1 activity consistent : ,up with the crowd Saturday nigh typing classes have made a number one intercepted of operators who demanded possible Investigation and make Case No 1731.OIIDKU .
support of sign f I can t j -It seems there was plenty of of perfect copies of an essay incomplete. I that he "confirm"/ their discov public his findings at the earliest AND NOTIOH OF" PUBLICATION TO APPKAItHTATF1

irlan, ideals and objecIt : window soaping and such Not and a letter, as their part of the Running true to form Starke possible moment. Gunter said he OF FLORIDA to: Ruth
!
ery.All
permits boys and girt mentioning any names, of court e.' exhibit started the fireworks by scoringthe Indications point to the could not verIty the findings un- Hill Watson I. Unknown.Blanton whoa reddenre -

iersWp with adults, to utl but I think a few, of those dlgnl first time they gained poesession present "strike" 'aa the real Mc til he had conferred with the You are required to appear on
channels of thOM fled seniors had their "thumb of the ball. The Torna announcement did not 'In charge and November 19th.. 1043. In the above
unique Coy. The geologist and cause, wherein
Court
I 2nd GradeWe named
reach out Irrser-I was it :' does kicked off to. Hastings then available person-I divorce. Bradford
to In the pie" (or soap- come as a surprise to anyone ally checked all plaintiff aeeks
fctivlties from the class Finally gave Up and drifted dow have been studying all promptly forced a return kick by wlto'haa! been in'touch with the The bulk of the holdIngs In the County Order Telegraph In nest .hall four publl..h'hl" weekly i,
achool to their USO. Man oil man! Did holding for no gain 0 n three of the Hum- .
I the whole to the kinds of Army and Navy planes situation. Geologist and oil men Immediate vicinity iMuea.Wltnenx
fity, to their nation and I have a time trying to find out We have learned 2 5 different downs. Receiving the ball on have known a lot more than ,they ble well Is owned by the State. seal at Htarke.my hand Florida and this official OQh'lt't'1L I

i boys and girls in other who was who. I thought I knew types. The scrap book we have( their own 38, the Tornadoes have told for a long time. As In the event a real strike develops 1943.

'ho may be aided by their all the U. S. O. belles, but there made will be sent to the fair marched across the midfield rapidly and quietly as possiblethe and a rich field Is broughtIn As( Clerk of'SEAL Maid )Court.A. J. Thomas,

Last year through the seem to be lots o f new one Some day we know that everyone strlpeAto, Hastings' 37. McRae nation's biggest operators revenue resulting will accrueto T. Frank andrum, Htarke, Florida!
_n's Fund a Junior Red i Hampton was well represented, will be riding In planes just' passed to end Dinkins, who later- have been securing .leases the State and thus benefit> the Atty. for Pit. 10-12 4t 11-18

representative distributed. and In a big way-Ethel Ma like our boys are doing. ailed to Colson. resulting !In 37 throughout the state and today entire commonwealth.The .

bid socks to hundreds 1 of Durllng rated first prize for COB- Annie Mae Tet tone ,has entered yards and the first score. McRae :'I have millions of a ere sunder find will encourage further GET THE

[children in German-occupl tumes, she made a natural Indlan. our room from New River, converted the extra points their control. exploration and perhaps speculation -

(riiory. These shoes were S p e a king of costumes i I We now have 36 boys and gIrls Hastings struck back early In I Standard Gulf and Sun 011 but presents no occasion fora SPEEDY SURE I I';'
with ,the pennies, nlckleii there sho' were some strangeI In our room. -.. the second quarter as left half companies have been particularly "boom". During the next few
es i of the American boy looking creatures strolling aroun Mrs. Ritch, teacher, Freeman took'thd'ball on a reverse active. Humble a subsidiary of months we should definitely learn RELEFFORAC0NPCESTON ,III

rb, This year our own over there, Virginia S. was a lovely from his own 28 and streak I Standard Oil of New Jersey la reported just what the future holds for. / IIII I
has asked us to bring southern belle, all dressed In We have been very busy for ed down the near sideline for 64 to hold leases on 140,000 Florida as an oil producing area.

as Cards and potted white-and Margaret S. made i a the past few weeks selling bonds yards on Starke's 12. Substitute acres in Collier and Hendry coun- It would be well for Floridians II

to send out to the men I In fetching blonde Scarlet O'Hara. preparing for Hallowe'en and back Tomlinson plunged over cen ties where their No. 1 well Is lo- to watch their step. War bonds I

pital at Camp Blandlng Heard Garnita spent the weekend thinking of the fair We would ter to the 4, and !again Freeman cated. In Hlltaborough County are still a better Investment than 1 1 1!

lave asked that .scrap book In Jacksonville. More detail like to mention the names of two skirted end to score standing.. alone Gulf has leased /53,000 acres. oil leases.from the standpoint of 1 I

e for the same, purpOllc'l later, Saw Dot Faxon showing of our girls who did splendid Freeman booted the extra point Humble, Gulf and Sun companies the average investor r.
e many men in Bunny how to hula since Bunny work in selling bonds. They are: tying the score. together have leased 37,124 acresIn \
ha, far from their home boy friend la In Hawaii. That Joyce Freldler, who sold a $1.- The halftime whistle found Manatee. The Palm Beach Wanted: Clean cotton rog*. MotrtniKerw. '

iilllea, can have no visit I I right, Bunny, keep up with the 300 bond, and Donna Faye Bru- Starke in possession of the ball Post reports that at least eight No b..ttons.lIrat1ford Carpenter's' Drug Store 1
I anything that Is done for: I times or should I say the Navy? nell who sold a $600 one. on Hastings' six yard line, first big oil companies and a dozen or County Telegraph. tf

art be done by agencies 'I Incident In the hall Friday- We had a very nice party last and goal to go. so independents> have obtained ... ..._ J.OJ U -oqr
t Junior Red Cross. They Billy Brooks stationed at' the Thursday. Wayne brought a big _The two teams played on even leases totaling over B.000,000 -------------

(i little things but they are< stairs to keep students from yellow pumpkin and we made a terms during the first half, as acres In 36 counties and have FUNERAL DIRECTOR

it. Here we have another 1 slipping upstairs without a pass, real Jack O'Lantern.We each made four first.downs and 7,000,000 acres under exploration My Many Year Experience Make It Possible for Me to Render

Jiy to .be of service to stopped Mrs. Tucker and wa are getting ready for the scored once. The second half lease. The, Orlando Sentinel EFFICIENT PROMPT and COURTEOUS SERVICE }

|i try. very insistent about the fact that Junior, Red Cross Drive. however, proved'4ot\IItJ'Comparative\ notes the leasing of a half million MODERATE PRICES i 1 I
she as well as any one else must Mrs. Moore teacher. condition of the two teams, as acres In central Florida,
DeWITT C. JONES
the Tornadoes \scored twice in the .
The Faculty have a pass to get by. We largely by major companies.All Btarke. Florida
excited about the fal Evelyn Louise. are quite third: and once in the fourth quarter of these leases were made
I'm so
the seriousness of the
IS. TlIEUL'COOPEU' that I must dash off to see what sure that on sustained drives sparkedby prior to the announcement of the

I Cooper, our typing teacher, on-tell you all about it next event was not fully anticipated the brilliant running and pass-1 actual discovery of oil at Sunnl
goes been
since regretted.
but has long
dark hall for you I Iv In Ing of Bobby McRae. land and Indicate that somebody
((31-2 In. tall has week. I'll be looking RIDE
It is also estimated that the full Colson broke up the only last FOR SAFETY, COMFORT AND ECONOMY
what to happen
e1 She came tt knew was going
eyes. Bldeshow.
3.v extent of regret has not yet been
half threat offered by Hastings
I from California w here -Susie. R long time ago. While leasing BUSSES''
lived most of her life, reached. by Intercepting a pass on (he midfield la still going on, the major opera- FLORIDA MOTOR LINE
member of
b she was born In Col- This supposed-to-be stripe and returning it to tors have the situation well In '+
I Senior BiographiesBILLY the feminine human race has one fasting 30.: McRae passed ''to FOR COURTEOUS CORRECT INFORMATION .

virtue; namely, she likes the color Burney on the four to set up the fourth touchdown before the end PLEASE PHONE 147
Cooper attended a business COLSONThe red. Aside from that she is first second-half score. Hall drove of the game and converted the
In California. She worked in the Senior -
next personality a perfect example of complete through center and :MIcRae converted extra point.
-cretaiy in a Lo Angeles class is Billy Colson, who 1 I Is: disillusionment and 1 r r a tlonal to bring the score to 147. Fans and official alike praisedthe UNION BUS STATIONLACY

ice Company before com- president. simplicity. Late In the third quarter. Mc- two teams for one of the
Fla. She also worked Irance Billy was born In Mount Don Louise was very fortunate In Rae took personal charge of the cleanest games to be played at CONWAY, Agent
Department alRoberts. .>n Feb. 2, 1926. He lived then having the opportunity of living scoring. Scooting round end and Bradford Park. One Jive yard
Calif. Mrs. Cooper until he was in the seventh grad and attending school In the Incorporated plunging off tackle assisted by offside penalty was the total for Temple Are. Starke, Florida

|o Starke with her husband and then moved to Trenton, city of Brooker. There, gtftxl blocking, he sc.oIrs.Starke's the entire game.
Stationed at Camp Elan- where he began his football among a perfect environment, she .,
areer. Then in the early part attended the first seven grades I

ugh her dislikes are few,, : bf the tenth grade he moved tc of school. Due to some drastic

wakes and toads, she has Starke, where h e Immediately, misfortune she att ended the

many likes some of which' started making a good name for eighth grade at some village nam- Have a "Coke"= Good winds have blown you here

ding (bicycles), reading,, ilmself. ed Lawtey. She, bee a u s e of
and teaching, also bowl- He soon found a place for himself sound animal Instinct, was prudent
and his trumpet In the band, enough to realize the error

des teaching typing tour md also plays football so well in a continuation of any form of

a
with' high school boys''' first game of this year. likeable During, personification; hence she returned \\

J education class. Us first year here his to Brooker. After completingthe \I\\t$
j I II Mrs. Cooper's first year personality brought him the honor prescribed course of studyat )

;lung, but she loves It, aa of serving at the Junior-Senloi hewas Brooker, she, due to circum- a A-J
es a personal Interest In: Banquet In his Junior year stances; Is now attending schoolin
1(1( girls and likes to work elected president of the class, Starke which Is also a little _
of theclan
flD, but soon to the dismay on the "'taint fair" side. Louise .
,.
-'QDe who comes In contact he left for Camp Roosevelt has some foolish plan of graduating -
>to Cooper is greatly bene- Billy declares that he likes having from that unworldly place .
V her wonderful person- a good time better than any- which of course will be dispelled 1I
nd 'provided it doesn't in- After that we find!
ability to get along I thing else soon enough. \I
6
Ith' others. Needless to reive onions and conceited people. a period for she has nothing else

lt of the students think she U.S. to say about her future. 1 1kX
t I The Inevitable fate of the We in order to be tactful findIt

J. A., is waiting for him after our solemn duty to wish her II _
he graduates. Fine work and success and an abundance of hap- 1

Katmbtr Bataaa I,good; luck! piness. \\kX _

laves -- \\I I
DINKINS
PAUL ,
A Dime Out of

EyuylQUII' in I November 20, 1928. In Lawtey LET THE
bright and sunny and HOId
U.S.War Bonds dawned Paul Dinkins. Together they Electric Shoe Shop '

continued to shine until about /q

rll'r' 933, when the Dinklns family Keep Your
rr. FI.OHIU4.I J'OlnT. BRADFORD moved to Jacksonville, where they
{ 1-v CIIA.VlnUff ontinued to live for eight years

!I,all.,1.r.n; PI' :. ".. U.I1. 'ten back to Lawtey! Oh, happy SHO'ESlooking
[ ?* t e'ase No- "09.IEptT'l.ICATION to
) of going
h JEkt: ,. lay! But instead
: TO APPEAR he had to come
rf GF IXJRlrA chool In Lawtey
to: MdleiVlrsrlnla. -
Ii., "'h" reeldenc. I. Amore to Starke, which waR a great new .

"r Court weal U I'".IUlred.. 143.to ln.app.th. ."bov* on !I Itarke ilty, because and he Paul doesn't doesn't like most like JUST A LITTLE REPAIR a way to say "We are friends" to the Chinese

rt t ".eke .1 cau., wherein'!school teachers. lIe doesn't like WILL KEEP YOUR

N*TM.r 'In,'divorce I ahall. Bradford PwbJInh the color red, either, maybe Starke because SHOES IN GOOD SHAPE la far-off places, when Coca-Cola is on hand, you find it cementing friendshipsfor i 1
next four and
weekly the teachers '
n.I .. Bev lake him see red. Quick Service And our fighting Inen. China knew Coca-Cola from Tientsin to Shanghai, from
uahrk. Florida.dthisficO taste In the Good Work J t
'! .., ; Paul displays likes good Harry James Hong Kong to Tsingtao. To Chinese and Yank a1U te, Have a "Cokd' are welcome
A. J. Thnmae.A tact that he We Can Fumlxh You With
K.iCLrk .ald! Court. "Bnd his trumpet. He has chosen friendliness and freedom. From Atlanta the
1'.... I",.lIht.: fI'arke>: Flftrlda.I his immediate future Tfeatsfoot OH For Your Boots words. They belong with to
(0FPICIA SEAL) I the Navy as
11-13 after graduation. Seven Seas Coca-Cola stands for tbs paus that rejrttbtt,-hi3 become a symbolof


LOUISE CROSBY THEELECTRIC good will among the friendly-minded. "---'U" ;e"=Coca-Col*

rather abundant SHOE It'* natural for po .t'. name.*
Woe, in a home OrtllO UNOII AUTHORITY Of INS COCA-COiA COMPANY ay to acquire frk. .Xtlona. ,r-rcvta-
quantity, poured Into the SHOP Sear
666 of Mr. and Mrs. Lee Crosby, onJune STARKE COCA.COLA BOTTLING CO. I Coca-Cola ::1ht.l! 1 ..",

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BRADFORD" COUNT 1ELE0RAPH. ST.'''''''. FLOK1IM FRIDAY NO\'Jo.\fREit::
a
iv: rmrvir t-oriiT. nni>II''" cincTIT '
era black and orange crepe paper COUNTY, FLOKIUAl CHAN- ( 0111'1'.
CluteBreazealeA COI Tv. !!
I SOCIETY and CLUBS Gummerson-Hickey and moas.! The dining table wan CKHV. ('city.Dorothea. e'i.trltlb Sl, 1\\ )
centered with a carved pumpkin Carmine Burcln Non Compos Mntln Lynch 1'llI
Miss Mary Elizabeth Hickey of quiet but beautiful wedding by Jemile Bill Whaler her .rt Lynch I'Ialntitt
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'J -- - --- --- Starke became the bride of Sgt. took place In the Starke Methodist surrounded by yellow paper each cups end guardian. Petitioner v*. John P. 2759. lIall'"a...n.'
of colored candles. At Burg-ln. Defendant Casa No. 2758.
Win Costumes nay A. Gummerson of Peoria, Church at the close of the tapers. The ORDER OF PUBLICATION AND OROER tF I'l BI.lf'ATIO
Gay
Newlyweds burned orange-colored NOT!
service Sunday when iPrSTATE It !!
111., on Monday evening October morning I out AND NOTICE TO APPEAR IJ
Floor Prize Feature Party 25, at eight o'clock In the First Mrs. Barbara C. Breazeale cloth and napkins motif carried and a, log STATE OF FLORIDA to: John P. Lynch 1260 OF u./F.UIIII/.,."".., ,,, Pa'I'E.\II no
Hallowe'en !Ie Unknown
retired the nurtrln I whose residence New York: Nlare
of V. B. Cochran
daughter an
Church of Starke. '
Baptist
At USO-YWCA Party At USOYMCASoldiers f fire In the huge fireplace added o You are
o
manufacturer reqult.rt
was solemnized by tobacco to ap'pear ""
The wedding You are required on December St h. i 'leMr""
and Ky.. Just the right atmosphere.Out December 6th, 1943, In the above named 194a. Ii
Farmlngton
went E. of Mayfield Court the
and civilians alike Rev. A. LJghtfoot pastor ,11"1 abo
Married Just that afternoon, and cause, whereinFloaltltlecree.s at,... '
backyard, named Court pllllntitt Neck,
In the spacious
realtor, "b
Cpl. and Mrs. Raymond Giesler back to their childhood days and the church. In the presence of and W. T. Clute local' big Order to Vacate County Telegralll Ih, "r : e..;,
Q. C. welnera were roasted by a Bradford County .hall
the 'pev. this
In a Hallowe'en relatives and friends. were married Order in )
I ne'
Hal wholeheartedly
floor at the joined iu'
won the prize I bonfire and salad potatoes cof- Telegraph shall publUh this OrderIn ..u.... aeejt
lowe'en Party last Saturday even- party and dance Saturday The church was decorated In Powell, pastor: using .the Impres- served next tour weekly I Ignite Witness
USO Club operatedby white and motif. Palms sive ring ceremony.. fee and pumpkin pie were hand and official seal mj h.u a
Ing, held at the USO operatedby evening at the e. green Witness my at Stark I'!"I/' ofll.',
the YWCA. Mlsa Sara Reed, the YMCA corner of Templeand and potted plants and baskets of The bride Is the widow of the buffet style. neal at .Stark..d., 1943., Florida- this November ember 4. ISM.) I Ink A,
Streets. white gladiola and chrysanthemums late Isaac Newton Breazeale who Later the guests played various A, J
director prese n t e d the couple Washington ( Thomas A. ( erk ,"f Tholl I
with two tickets to the Starke The building was appropriately and white tapers in brass was for many years connectedwith games and a popular feautre of A.Clerk ofSEALsaidCouAn.tI. (OFFICIAL 813A)., 'ald eo.

premiere of "This la The Army". decorated for the occasion with candelabra were used. the EZectric Department of the evening was pinning the tail Joe Hill Wllllama, Lake Butler .tfor Pitght,, 8larke.
for Pit. 11-5 5t 12-3 A Uy" Fie
Cpl. Giesler and his bride make pumpkins Ian terns, skeletons, Mrs. L. A. Canova organist of the City of Jacksonville. Mr. on a large black cat. The men'SprIze. Fla. Atty 11., il I;:

their home with the Landrums ears of corn, and black and the church offered a program of Clute Is prominent In real estate large sticks of candy tied ,

on Church St. He came to Camp orange streamers. Guests were ; nuptial music prior to the cere- circles being a member of the with orange ribbon went to Cpl. SEA FOODS CHICKEN DINNER

Blandlng from Missouri, while presented with tiny Hallowe'enhats mony which Included "Ah Sweet Gainesville Realty Board. Chadwlck and tha ladles' prize a STEAKS CHOPS !

she was formerly an .Alabama masks and noise makers. Mystery of Life" "Largoand The bride wore a dressmakersuit miniature tea set in the shape of -

The girls wore Hallowe'en costumes the traditional wedding marches. of black wool with Ivory pumpkins went to Mrs. Schmar- DELICIOUS IRISH STEW

girl.The entertainment was plannedby and Miss Ethel Durling Mrs. Gummerson chose a suit satin blouse and black accesso- ter wife of Sgt. Schmarter. This 1

Staff Sgt. Roger Sllverman who was dressed as an Indian, of soldier blue with black acces- ries. She chose a small black contest was presided over by Miss' TEMPTING TASTY SANDWICHES

who acted as master o f cere- complete with blanket and feathers sories. She carried a tailored hat and a corsage of small red Marian Morris, of Galnsville. who DELICIOUS HOME MADE PIES
monies with the assistance of was awarded the prize for the bouquet of miniature gardenia rosebuds accented her costume. was an attractive guest.

Pfc. Bern Mlllla and Cpl. and most outstanding costume. flowered chrysanthemums.Sgt. Immediately after the ceremonythe The "Fish Pond" was in chargeof .

Mrs. Irwin Hincy. The evening's Bobbing for apples a pumpkinrace and Mrs. Gummerson will couple drove ,to Gainesville Mrs. O. E. Stansbury and
events were illuminated by a spotlight and a balloon contest drew live In Mississippi where he is where they were dinner guestsof many humerous prizes were A & A LUNCHEONETTE

loaned by the Florida Theatre many eager contestants. stationed at Camp Van Dorn. Mr. and Mrs. H., A. Carltonat drawn out., Bobbing for .apples 24-Hour ServiceIn
Jacksonville. Mm. Ruth which music were also features -
in Miss June Patel l delighted tie the Primrose Grill after and popular
Jenkins who told fortunes had a audience with a solo, accompanied Methodist Circles 'they left for a week's wedding of a pleasant evening. Park Theatre Bldg. Starke Florid

crowd waiting outside her booth at the piano by Miss Margie Have Meet trip to Daytona. Beach. About 45 guests were present.
Joint
from eight o'clock until almost Patel. Cpl. Nelson Druedlng af They will be .at .home to their

,: midnight out.when the last light the Keystone Army Air Base also Twenty-five members of the friends at "The Oaka", their at- Hallowe'en Event WELCOME TO

was put added to the enjoyment of the Methodist WSCS met Monday tractive home at KIngsley Lake
Staff Sgt. and Mrs. Robert veiling with his singing.The ,afternoon In the Church School after Nov. 10 although much of At USONCCSIs

Hastings formed and Cpl.the and refreshment Mrs. Mlles high point of the evening 'Building and held a joint meet- their ,time will be spent later on Gala Event CHURCH OF CHRIST

Stump I for the of all Circles.r nar, at their residence at 2357 Her-
committee, which provided hot was probably the drawing ,Ing + AUBREY MERCER MINISTER
cocoa and gingerbread. Behindthe door prize which consisted of a The spiritual life leader, Mrs.A. schel Street Jacksonville. Among the many Hallowe'enevents ,

counter at the snack bar, Mrs tree long distance telephone call Wood, opened the l service witha in Starke, one of the most

Roger Silverman. Mrs. Jean LHUs. !-I home. The lucky man was Pvt. lesson from "Women'* of the Center Is Scene. enjoyable was the delightful party SUNDAY: 10:00 A. M. Bible Study.
Morris BerkowItz Paul Morgan who called Allentown Bible". The program In charge given Wednesday night Oct. 27, *
and Mrs.
served. aa volunteers.Cpl. Pa. The unmber was drawn of Miss Olive Outlook taken Of Colorful by the USO operated by the 11:00 A. M. Cost of Discipleship.

Hyman Lusher won the by George Thorn all, the guests from the World and reviews Hallowe'en PartyThe NCCS on Temple Ave. 7:30 P. M. Vine And The Branches.

apple bobbing contest stiff com watched with intense Interest. of outstanding subjects It was a gala affair, and every .

petition being provided by Pvt. Girls representing Starke ''Rai- were given by Mrs. W. E. Mid- Episcopal -. Presbyterian' person entering the club receiveda TUESDAY: 7:30 P. M. Prayer-Meelinjr.
Daniel Laurlno. ford Lawtey Hampton Lake dleton Mrs. I. P. Shepherd Mrs. Center for service men and their mask a Hallowe'en hat and ahorn

Butler, Keystone Heights Palat- W. G. Halle and Mrs. L. D. Vin- wives waa the scene of a delightfUl to toot throughout the even-

EntertainedBy ka, and Crescent City were pres Ing. Hallowe'en "i last Sat- Ing. Big red apples were in
UDC ent. The president Mrs. Halle reada urday night, 'underline directionof abundance and ,popcorn, flowed
Mrs. BrownThe letter from Mrs. Titus Olson, Mrs. Alice Clapp gown, hostess freely. The traditional Hallo.
Coffee doughnuts punch and
who Is still In Armatead, 111., we'en decorations Included skeletons SHINE 'EM UP!
cake were served In the lounge
W. T. Weeks Chapter. U. slowly recovering from a serious. The Center was gaily decorated floating on the ceiling black
he Mrs. Robert
D. C. was entertained Wednesday during evening by operation., She wrote lovingly of : with Jack O'Lanterns, yellow flow- cats and pumpkins lighted by
Welmer Mrs R. P. Stubblns and
If You Do Your Own
ShiningREMEMBER
,
afternoon by Mrs. M. F. Brownat her work and friends here and candles.
her home on N. Walnut St. Mrs. W. O. StrIngfellow. Is longing to return to Starke; Circle Two to meet with her in Frivolity was the order of the

The living room where the guests Music was furnished 'by Sgt. where she has been an outstand- December. and of -

were seated was made more at- Baum and his Modernist orchestra. ing worker in church circles and Mrs. Hunt Mrs: Hogan Smith popular evening, stunts one was the doughnut'I We Have The Polish!

tractive with bowls of huge yel in doing many kind acts In her and Miss Kate Struth were hos- dunking contest in whlcch

low marigolds.The Full credit for the success of quiet unpretentlona manner. teases on this occasion and dur- particIpants received official life!
president Mrs. O. L. Beas- the evening goes to the membersof After the program the circles' ing the social half-hour they membership In the National SUEDE POLISHES IN COLORS

ley presided and Mrs. Ethel M. the Soldier's Council who assisted separated for their business sessions : served a tempting course of coffee Dunking Association with headquarters GRIFFIN LOTION CREAM IN COLORS

Biggs transacted her duties as by the GSO and the USO ; Mrs. T. A. Hunt leader of pie and cookies. Assisting in the Hotel Astor, New GRIFFIN WAX IN COLORS

secretary. The Dime Defense Donation staff planned and executed the Circle One. and Mrs. E. K. Ferryman In serving was little Jo Ann York City. Winners in this hilarious -

was taken and after other details of the party. Membersof leader of Circle Two pre- I Smith, daughter,of Mr. and Mrs. event were Mrs. Eugene ALSO MANY OTHER BRANDS OF POLISHES-

routine business the officers for the council served as judgesfor sided. Mrs W B. Sewell invited Hogan Smith. Hamm of Cincinnati Ohio and DYANSIIINE WIIITTEMORE WHITE ACE.

the coming year were Installed by the contests distributed num- Pfc. Robert Wllber of Speculator CAVALIER MUFTI ENERGINE ETC.
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Mrs. L. A. Davis, the roster beIng bers for, the door prize and assisted
N. Y..
: President Mrs. O. L., Beaa- In every way during the SHOE SHINE CLOTHS SHOE SHINE BRUSHES
In the apple ducking contest
ley; first vice president. Miss evening. Council members serv- Callstreet DAUBERS
Carolyn Miss Tiasie Knabb of lIawtol'ne.took ,
Madge Middleton; second vice ing were:. Cpl. Sonnie Karmourkl
; first place for ladles and Pvt. ALSO ENGLISH POLISHES IN BOXES
president lira.: Hal Edwards; secretary WAC Detachment Sgt. Frank

Mrs. Ethel M. Biggs; Cummings Keystone Heights ,, William Young of Detroit Mich., .:..-.---.- -.-----------....
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-- ---- carrIed off honors in the men'sdivision
treasurer Mrs. E. K. Perryman; Army Air Base; Sgt. Robert. W.Weimer. ,

historian Mrs. A. Z. Adklna; recorder IRTC; and Cpl. Jame My my : Such a round of Chalker Is quite disturbed over PLENTY OF CHOCOLATES
of crosses, Mrs. George W. G Mundy, IRTC. parties! Certainly seems to news' that son Bill ((1st Lt.) has Another novel feature was a
Roberts; registrar, Miss Olive have been the most festive Hal- been wounded somewhere In Sicilyor game called "Midnight Air Raid" *

Ray; chaplain Miss Amelia Ray, Scout Troops lowe'en season yet experienced in Italy Undrstand that a and the festivities terminated In IN STOCK THIS' WEEK

The president appointed the fol- Statke Everybody so busy practical demonstration of "home a Balloon dance, in which prizes
lowing committees for 1043-44: Enjoy JointOutdoor frolicking that the usual Hal- economies' was given by ,Rosa were included In every balloon. Treat Yourself To A Nice Box

Cemetery, Mrs. Luther G. Powell. I lowe'en pranks were almost for- Cook recently Upon discover- Cpl. John Cerrlgo, of Boston,

Mrs. J. M. Hrownlee, Mrs. E. S. '. Party gotten Even windows along ing a hble In the toe of her stocking Mass., was the lucky winner of Of Sweets

Matthews; flags. Miss Olive Ray; Marguerite Fowler gave a Hal- Call St., were minus their usual she proceeded" darn it In the dollar prize.

courtesy, Mrs. R. A. Green Miss lowe'en party at the home of her soap-art the morning after the middles of faculty meeting! The couples enjoying this event --.---- -.- .- -, ----+
Olive Ray. Mrs. Hal Edwards; grandmother Mrs. R. A. Thomas, Ho hum, almost makes me long Can't afford to take chances 1 danced to the strains of Sgt.

finance MIllS Madge Mlddleton Thursday night Oct. 28, honoring for the old days when no Hal- with our hose these .days can we Baum's 61st Regimental Orchestra. Creosant
Mrs. E. K. Ferryman Mrs. E. L. the local troops of the Boy Scouts', lowe'en Walt complete unless the girls 7 I Don't Cough When A Bottle Of

Biggs. Mrs. L. H. Hill; education and Girl Scouts." Most of the i boys rolled the fire engine down -1 I Will Give You Quick Relief
Mrs. Hal Edwards; music, Mrs. I I Into Alligator Creek or led some
time was spent outdoors where Dropped Into the Fair giounds W. R. Andrews Jr.
Adklna defense Mrs. L. A. poor unfortunate cow or horse ,
A. Z. ; they enjoyed a welner roast and Wednesday afternoon Just In timeto
Davis; publicity. Mrs. E. L. Mat I a treasure hunt all the guests beIng up to the secnd story of the i see tiny Shi Annet Smith get- I ':Mr. and Mrs. Rudolph Andrews
thews and Miss Amelia Ray; placeof school building 'Yes e. the Koch Store
dressed in Hallowe'en ,cos- ting off the merry-go-round after ,announce arrival of a son. Drug
entertainment, Miss Olive Ray tumes. Refreshments consisted Those were the good old days the ninth consecutive 'whirl I William Rudolph, Jr., at the Ala
and Mrs. Marcus F. Brown. I But not for the harassednight chua
I of welners drinks and doughnuts. Fond parents Foster Shi and County Hospital Galnsvllle,
Davis the hIgh- : policeman who tried to keep STARKE, FLORIDA
Mrs. L. A.
gave Rev. C. H. Allen leader of the Mary Anne were quite preplexed Monday Oct. 23. i
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lights of the annual U.,D. C. convention order! I I
how to i
wondering her home
Boy Scouts. Mrs. Lemuel Colson. get - ...
which was held recentlyIn I -- t L7 .....
Girl Scout Mrs Sam Anderson without buying one of the wooden :
leader -
USO-YMCA Saturday I - - - - -
Jacksonville. Mrs. Earl Fountain and Party ac..the horses?. Joan DinkIns another
The hostess, Mrs. Brown served night was one of the most
adult young lady who dldrj't seem to be
Mrs Luc lie Fowler were COME TOJACOBS'
successful '. Ethel
:
spook
ambrosia end home-made pound sprees '
guests present. missing a trick ."itOwned: up to
cake to the following guests: Mrs. Mae Durling, took top costume
spending $4 In one4 hectic afternoon -
'included
Middle- Those present : Betty honors, looking enough like Pocahontas -
W. O. Halle Miss Madge i What 'would this
ton Miss Sara Reed Mrs. L. A. Mllllgan June Caldwell Daniella to have fooled Capt. John I '
younger generation think of the
Mrs. Jordan Idell Landrum Nancy Smith himself. If the old boy had
Davis, Mrs Hal Edwards, *
week'
"quarter a 'allowance I
Whitney, Doris Moncrlef Joan I been As usual
O. W. Roberts Mrs. O. L. Beas- present '
I used to rate TI k Must run
ley. Mrs. Ethel M. Biggs, Misses Carpenter Lyle Anderson Henry gypsies outnumbered all others '
over to Hampton some time and
Olive and Amelia Ray. ,Manassa. George Winkler Maurice and Mary Jo C a I'd well Lora
ask Miss Ada Nimmo what she
E d war d s. Tommy Jones 'Crews, Wanda Pearce and Betty
James Gassett. Betty Ann Flynn. :Durling were' those bring- feeds her begonias to make them
Nancy Lee Knight Delorea Karney Madge Brownlee ing out the gypsy among in themselves grow like that per entry on AND SAVENEW

Observes BirthdayLittle Shirley Arnett Ona Demoreat t. Virginia Sewell ,and Margaret display with the Hampton exhibit
Betty. Powell Janet Anderson. Stringfellow represented the Is quite the largest,JL'v'* ever seen OWNERSHERE'S

Nancy Lee Knight daughter Marcia Ann Courtney.. ,Nancy Old South so effectively tha you "":,' :VAt

of Mr. andMrs., H. V, Knight Karney Loretta Gregor Jo Ann expected'to see Uncle Tom come ,. -

who has been confined to her Dlnklnfl, Barbara Jean Mayhugh bobbing out of a corner at any long last Ilea/ .what Ruth A FEW OF OUR SPECIALS _

bed most of the time for the past Jeanette Priest. Patsy Ruth Hall minute Sudden thought: ,and Jack Scanlan have named the

few months celebrated her 10th Muriel Rttch, Evelyn Newsome Frank Sinatra may set you. son-an'-helr 'TIS Jerome
birthday anniversary Thursday Peggy Ann Wiggins Marian brooding 'Nathan Hear Madge Middle-

Oct. 28, by having In 10 of her Brown George Powell James But I'll take Corporal Nelson [ton was on the receiving end of BIG SHOE SALE!

girl friends to a Hallowe'en party Douglas. Phillip Thorn, BennIe Dreudlngt quite a pleasant surprise last Fri

, at 3:00: o'clock In the afternoon. Kite Perry Kite, Tommy Edwards day night when Sara\ Reed came

: Hallowe'en costumes were worn Bobby Hall Charles Add bright Haying of children: through with a sumptuous chicken

by the little guests. Hallowe'en Monney, Billy !Miles Roy Ray Myrwln Long writes home that supper in her honor .' Florence Non-Rationed And Rationed Shoes

1 decorations were used and the refreshments Gene Pa tray. Joe Montelth Billy she was teaching son Tom the Millis an' They Brownlee were the BEING CLOSED OUT AT UNHEARD OF PRICES
of ice cream and cake days of the week and after he'd other lucky girls present ,; .
Smith Paul Canova Edward
were of Hallowe'en colors.. Black repeated them several times he .Glimpsed Paul Knight civilian!
, cats and streamers of black and Shull Jimmy McRae, Barney Mc- said "But Mommle you forgot once more making the roundsof YARD GOODS

orange were among the decorations Rae1.' one. What about Tomorrow : Call St. and still wearing a Ladies Silk
used and the entire color Overheard Nell Andrews discuasln' ; GI haircut. just to upset (I pre- Remnants

scheme was black and orange. Ladies AuxiliaryThe her new war-time house tother !sume) the tradition,, h a t all Dress DressesSuits
I .
Miss Kate Struth and Miss Mer- day > Declares the bath room musicians must bet,, long-haired Materials] .

., ry Beth Knight assisted Mrs. H. Ladles' Auxiliary of the Is so small'they'll have to pry her II' Hear Richard (Capt.) KIdd Jerseys .
V. Knight In entertaining the !rirst Presbyterian Church will out If she gets Inside and takesa has been transferre f" 0 m .Ft. \ -

guestu. / lold Its regular monthly business deep breath! Hear Emma Eennlng to Ft. Jason, S.( ,C. Outing House Dresses
I
l neetlng In the Church Annex '" Seersuckers

Entertains Friends Tuesday afternoon at 3:30: o'clock.'he I -
., President Mrs. K. G. Dunin : You're wanted a ] I Gueoit I'll.have o cut the All Colors All Kinds v All SizesDrastically

Billy Smith son of Mr. and reminds members that a weekly gossip ratio i short this COME EARLY & SAVE ReducedBIG

Mr*. L. F. Smith gave a Hal- hanksglvlng offering will be ap- SPENCERla III! time and hurry off for an appointment -

lowe'en party Tuesday night to -Adated at this time. at the beauty,parlor' .

the following 'group of friends: This sudden decision lo wear long' BARGAINS
relieve that tired feelingDon't FOR AT
Janet Anderson Betty Ann Flynn Junior ClubThe dresses to the "Army" Premiere LITTLE MONEY

Phillip Thorn George Thorn has'got us girls In a dither :
D.kjr Another Dar
Edith Manning and Carolyn Col- regular meeting of the I for the life of me. I can't remember -
JACOBS'
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son. Rev. O. C. Powell Mr. and Junior Woman's Club will be held whose dresef) I borrowed STORE

:Mra. Julius L. Thorn and Miss Wednesday night Nov. 10. Host- Writ tr Site),hone laFUa 'last time, and I certainly don't

r Carol White were adult guests. ,!sse: Mrs. Vernon Silcox and !.t.rd Sptnctr Corntltr ,, A-ant to borrow the same 'one

Games were played and pump- .Itia Clara Mae Harley. Airs: BIRS. BKKTII.I: PEARCE twice' In succession ,. So long 125 Call .Street Starke Florida

kin pie was served the guests. All :rred Guy will present the pro- 303 W. Madison St. See you In the('nextCarolyn. ,

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ER b. 1941 BRADFORD (COUNT TELEGRAPH, 8TABKK. FlARlD.liT .\ ; 1 !
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of B 275 ft of N',4 of NW 4 of 8E" ,
Mrs. I Sea 30 Twp 7 S. R. 22 1:., I la em- CrewsCertificate, 8 8, R. 23 E., containIng j
I E. R. Smyth left last V OTU'-1 OF APPI.ICITIOXKOH No. I0.. Year of I* See 13 Twp.
of LOCAL NEWS TAX UKKUll 1 raced under said certificate No. 2 Acre. more or le*.. !
1941.
I 4th
: August
Saturday for Virginia Beach to uance Nome in which a".II.d Un-
''join her ..nne Hill No. IKttt 34.The anH. .."nni. ..nt of al4 property Dem-rtptlon of Property All NWV
husband. known.
Major Smyth, I NOTICE IS. HEREBY tllVKN. tinder. .*ald certificate No. 151 wa of 8WV4 \V of tly., Sec.' 15. Twp. of .said property being. In the I
who Is stationed at Camp Plckett. that J. H. inch the holder of the 'In the name of Mm. F. P. Croft); 8 8. R. 22 E., containing\ Acrea, County AU of Bradford. State of. Flor
Loul Shafkln returned following cvrtlflratfia ha" filed staid I more or lea. I
left Wedne.- Saturday the a'.Mei.. ment of aid property ida. '.
s, eddmys from 2-weeks' business Mrs. Ralph Alvarez and daughter certificate for a tax deed to be under Maid certificate No. 217 and Name In which a.*eed Un. ITnlea ouch certificate or certlflcate <
Jack- a to
visit in trip Sylvia, spent last week In Issued thereon. The certificate. 93 wore -In the name of Unknown;; known. be redeemed nccordIng I
daughter, Mr.: Washington Baltimore and New Miami and number and year of iMtianre, the I the assessment' of geld property Certificate. No. 20S Year of Iuance. *- to "la.a the, property d" crlbed t
with her daugb- West Palm Beach. deHcrlptlun of the property and the under said, eertlf/rate/ No. 172 wa August 4, 1941. In such certlflcnt or rerlltleateawill .
dinan, and young York.Mrs. The friends of N. D. name In which It wax an..*i< 0 n a visit J. G. Holton returned to many a. follow.: the aMHeiminent of ald 1 property NEVi ex 8 A In NE Cot A. Ex 4 .nt the courhoim door on the first
there
o are Starke Saturday for a visit with Wainwright Sr.. will be pleased Certificate No (93. Year of Ii'. I under staid certificate No. 354 wa 3-4 A: In NW 'or )tee. 16 Twp. 6 8.R. Monday In month of December. jl
ark. to know that he Is convalescingafter auance. August 4th. I&43.Dmcrlptlon In the name. of Hampton 22 E., containing; Ift acre, moreor 11143, which I I. the '.th day of December t'
lontker, veteran of her parents Mr. and Mrs. W. T. of Property WU of ment Co.tlnleaa, lev.hp'l lea.*. 1941.
a serious illness during pal.tol Lot 3 of Block I. J., M. John Ub.1 aid Certificate. of November,
EL who baa been Jordan. For the past several Name In which a.m. ..K"eil, Matilda Dated thla 3rd day.
T. and which 1 Dlv| of NKV of NKVi Sec! 33 Twp. redeemed accordlnato law thepropertle .
time he confined
\'ar was to 1943.OFFICIAL
at Campfor months she has been with her 6 S. UK. 23 K, containing 1 described therein will Dlxon. .
,, P. Detachment 13 months, husband, Cpl. Holton who has the Alachua County Hospital at more or le... Ac..1 hn Hold tn the highest bidder at I Certificate No. !946 1941.Year of I.-I, Clerk( of (' ....tLCourt of Bradford r
the past Ganesvllle. He Is back at Name In which amiexned. the Courthouse door on the first I auanc Aug-uiit 4th., Florida. 11-5 4t 11-K
to been stationed at now I Description of Property W 75 ft County.
Oct. 30, and the Sedalla Abliltt U Hennexnee. Monday In the Month of December, .
charged Starke.nd Army Air Field, Warrensburg, home and well on the road to recovery All of Hal<1 property! being In the 143. which I is. Hi. Bin., lay ofDecember '\
his home in ('ounl)' of ITadford: State of Flor A, D. 143.
Mre Dan Hazen and Mo. He Is expected home on a ida. I Dated thin 3rd day of November .
Sandra, of Tif- furlough within a few days. W. M. Wainwright and family Unlem nurh certlflrate or certlflcaten A. D. 1948OFFICIAL '
.
augttter, alight b. redeemed a..cord-1 MEAL, ) A. J. ThorneClerk '
guests of MnHM- Lyle Anderson spent the week. of Tallahassee were recent visit. Ing to law the property described ( Circuit Court, Bradford ,
are and Mrs. W. L. end in Jack sonvllle with his ors at the home of Mr. and Mrs. In such cartlflcnte crtlflraten County Florida. 11-5 4t 11-24 t!
,
nI8.. Mr will be Hold to the highest bidderat I -
friend Billie Blakely, and ,they N. D. Wainwright Sn the cnurhouoe door on the flrnt. NOTK'K' OP APPLICATION \ I Itk
returned ;Monday In month of r>.December T\ IIKKII
--- I took in the circus. Mrs. Lillie S. Lewis to 1,4)11
194.1. which In the 81h day of December ....... Illll \ ... lx Mrs W. G. Halle. Jack Halle. her home In Apopka 'Tuesday 1943. NOTICW IS HEHKFIY\: ntVKN. \1
Mrs. Marjorie Colley Jerry Col. after a visit of several weeks with Dated thin 3rd day of November, that F. M. Packham the holder cif
1943. certificate has. filednulil
HARISI ley, and Janet Anderson attendedthe her son and daughter-in-law. Mr. (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thoman the following certificate.* for n tax deed to I 7.,
circus in Jacksonville Fi-iday. and ''Mrs. James Lewis. Clerk of Circuit Court of BradfordCounty bo iHRuml. thereon The certificatenumbera
)o'iorld.nIi 4t ll-2 ; and years of !lunimnce, the
Mr. and Mrs. Harry L. Snow of Mrs. D. T. Clark of Miami .. :...- deMcrlptlon" I of the property, and

Camp Rucker, Ala., were guests who has be4>- visiting In the home TO wHo IT IMtV (:IO'C'lt' the name. In which It wa annexed. ,

I the Greatest Thursday and Friday of Mrs. of her parents Mr. and Mrs. N. TAKE !NOTICE THAT A 193& V-8 I are Certificate a* follow. No.: 15. Year of !.- I

Snow'a brother. and sister-In-law. D. Wainwrlght Sr., during tho Tudor Ford. Kiiwlne No. 18-12824.16.!\ aunnce. AiiKimt 4th 1941. II
with an appraised value of leimthan Description of Property All f"I I ,
me in Corsetry Mr. and Mrs. V. H. Carden. Mr. illness of Mr. Wainwrlght. return fl.OOo, was celled In trudford of N'4, of NP:1,4V of Branch "". I ,
Snow enlisted In the Seabees in ed home Wednesday, her father's County Flurlda.' October 21, 1949 11 Twp. S S. II. BO R.. containing ,
for being unpd. In violation of R..,,- 25 Acre,, more or le**.
Jacksonville Saturday as a 2nd condition being'so much improv lion 9, Chapter 1V3QI Laws of Florida. Name In which aa.ued, Fannie "HER CIIRISTMAS HOPE"JEWELRY
class stor -keeper. Mrs. Snow ed. ActM. of 1939,' and that It In the Crew. .
I for no dental Is trans- Intention of t.:. W, K"'Hborm"rh. Certificate No. I fl. Year of I.. -
being
a hyglenlat Clyde Norton, who spent several Director Stat: Keveraare Depart- uance. August 4, 1941.
mgr* ferred from Camp Rucker to meat to mil the property above Dencrlptlon of Propertv. SEH: of
ad 1 csprnIneorseirr and will months here as a barber in Hcrlbed. Infront, of the County NWVi less. road Sec. 12 Twp S 4,
Bland Ing again .
Camp ,
.. Jail at Htarke, Florida on December R. 20 E., containing 37 Acres. more
irifc You live in Starke In the near future. the City Shop returned to Starke 7, 1943, at 10OO: A. M or leH.Name. i
Jack Allen absence of five The State' Beverage Department. of 1 In which a.*..*"". Fonnie.a
I your figmm Pvt. and Mrs. Vanny Monday after an I
Florida rexerve the rlKht to reject femlninekind has a"weakness"
ChargeSame of Camp Forest Tenn., are months. :Most: of his time was any and nil bid. IF THERE'S anything .
(. c0meet with All pel-norm. claiming any right or
upftDCM ,spending a' 12-day furlough spent In Dade City and Fort Interent. In or to said property or for, it's JEWELRY. For does it I
,.. f their parents Mr. and Mrs. R. G. any part thereof hereby required i
r I of LaCrosse and Mrs. Myers where he nursed a badly to appear nrro make clxbnwithin ,
i 'u|>etia1wi t 'Allen thirty caD day from the not enhance beauty? Is it not lasting; .
a much Improved
Infected
| > > George Tetstone, of Brooker. Pvt. leg Being date of the tint publication of
nwinl I DT [Allen returned to Camp last he went to work TuesdayIn thin notice a* provided for by "Section more precious with each passing year? Ah,
13, Chapter 19301, Law of
ill Charm Tuesday and Mrs. Allen remained the Three Friends hop, Florida. 1939: to the State HoverHue brilliant
a without with her parents for a while. Department of Florida. Tullahanfipe 1 there's your cue, young man ; a
0. Ju.tr Mrs. D. T. Cain assistant director Florida or all Muuh rlffht
"
r 'phone. Mrs. J. :M:. Mitchell and Miss at the USO-NCCS Club and Intereit* In and to oald. property idea for "HER CHRISTMAS"
for hall and terminate.M. .
Luclle Mitchell left Monday ceaae *
returned to Starke Wednesday W. BCARHOROUOH.Director .
Venice. Fla., and will visit friendsIn after six-week's leave, of absence State BeveraaeDepart, .
a
that part of the state.E. during which she underwent ment ida. of Florida. Tallah.11-6..."...St. Flor 133OTU'K s Flic'e7 Use Our Convenient Lay-A-Way Plan

H6fLif Charles Marotta director of medical treatment in Baker .

the USO-NCCS Club left last Sanltorlum Charleston S. C. > or ytppi.irt'riov volt
Friday for a two-week's visit In TAX: ; HK5GD Our Suggestion:
New York City. Upon his return Lt. and Mrs. Martin W.Struth (5es..t." 11111 No.:Ill:))
Patsy Edmondson and daughter. Betty left Mon NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN *

| KZ Shirk, Florida. be daughter will be Patty accompanied who has by been his day for Baltimore Md., after a That Certificate J. L. Beverly numbered, holder respectively. of Tax Beautiful Bracelets :;

there two-weeks' visit with Mra. W. H. 152 iMHued. 7th., day' of Uoptember, I .
visiting her grandparetna Struth and Miss Kate Struth. 19.18: Number 217 Iimued 4th., day Brooches :}
|YOUR un...IItlCl TH. alit for the past several months. of July 1938; Number 93 b..ued. Earrings
John B. Rivers, who has recently 7th day of August, 1939; 172 I.- PropertyOwnerNeeds .
received medical discharge cued the. 7th day of Auvunt.; 1939; Necklaces 11;
a
and Number 354 Imiued the 2nd E]aquisite
NOTICE TAXPAYERS after' serving six months day of September, 194U, ha. filed
name In my. office and ha* made I Ii
in the Army at Charleston S.-C.,' application for Tax!, Deed to b.IH."od : Watches
has been visiting friends and re- .
thereon.Huld
NOVEMBER 1 1943
OPEN
TAX BOOKS i
STY
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certificate rexpectlvely embrace Windstorm Insurance
latlves r
FOR PAYMENT OF 1913 TAXESw in this vicinity.Mrs. the following deHcrllied. prop And Many Other Items
W. H. Nollman returned ertlev In the County of Bradford. I .

provides following schedule of discounts: to her home Monday after spending Stat LotH of 3 Florida A 4 nt: nmi4 to-wlt. In Hampton Cost is low-Insure Now I

4% if paid in November, 1943 the summer in Highlands and 8"". 19 under TI' 7 aid K, U.-certificate 22 K IH rmbrnced No.-

1943 Ashville. N. C. Mr. Nollman is 153. Charley E. Johns Expert Watch & Clock Repairing I
3% if paid in December, still In North Carolina but will Lot. 7, 8. 9, 10. 11. 13 of Blk :

% if in January 1914 return to Starke In a few weeks. 31. In Plunton'a. Add Sec. under 30 Twp.ald 7H. AgencyPhone
2 paid K 22 10] I I.* embraced
who has certificate No. 317. 13 Starke, Flu.
Pvt. Jimmy Sewell
1% if paid in February, 1914 H4 of Lot 67 In Wood In wn 1'1"' ". The STAG j
been visiting his parents Mr. and 19 Twp. B 8. R. 23 E.. containing
B Acre, more or le** I I.. embraced I
1 taxes are. due November 1st, 1913, and become Mrs.! W. B, Sewell left Wednesday under Bald certificate No. 0,1.: I RepreeentlnTHa TRAVELERS FIRE 1.17 Call Street

linquent April 1,' 1944, after which time the law morning for Raleigh, N. C.. 32.Lnt Twp.1 of S 8.lllk H.8 22 Lln.'oln/E., la embraced Cltv Hep INSURANCE COMPANY, Hartford Pi

penalties. where he is taking a course in under until. certificate N" 73. '
poses severe Lot 7, 8 of Blk 11 In Hampton I IItIdIl
- - -
Mechanical Engineering at the - - ..- -- -- .- - -

C. A. KNIGHTTax North Carolina State University. I - "' ='i'uia;;: :

Monday Tuesday
Dr. and Mrs. C. F. Suyles II Midnight Saturday
Collector for Bradford County
visiting Judge and Mrs, K. ItIdIl
November 789POPULAR j
Perryman. Dr. and Mrs. K'I i: A

are en route to their home PRICES

Miami af t e r spending several
NAT SEZ:
months In Little Switzerland N.


rit Well' folks. They welcomed C. Pfc. Comer L. Long, who has ,

me to New York by rolling off spent some months in Yuma California

A // the lim- ut and turning the bright has been here visiting his

<" lights buck on again. OUCH that mother Mrs. F. H. Long. Pfc.

r means they figure old Hitler U Long left last Thuisday for Fort

pretty well wnahcd up and Dlx, N. J. -
A Af
couldn't get to New York even W. L. Blair, chief clerk of the it

with the bright light. to guide local rationing board plans to r

him. Surely hope they're right take a two-weeks' vacation startIng if

but let's not take 'too many Nov. 14, and will visit relatives

chanced! in El Dorado Kan. It will
s
be his first visit "back home"

since coming to Starke five years yT 1e \

SOFT, WARM, FLATTERINGI. ago.
S. L. (Buck) Alvarez Seaman

I 2nd Class with the U. S. Coast

fli47l ftion right! Guard returned Sunday to his

station at West End N. J., after

spending a brief furlough here

with friends and relatives. ''\, r ar aa

71MBE. N. Sternberg .la spending this

week on a buying trip In New

York City. He was Joined there
a ,
by Mrs. Sternoerg who has been .,

hJ et visiting her son-in-law and daughter -
'
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Scanlan.: r > 4r

t In Springfield, 111.

Bryant Kirkland of Philadelphiais

the "visiting camp pastor" of

8.95 the Presbyterian church spend

ing' Uu Kionin in ."iviu" a. in.. r7

u urclIn..",' and gawp diau- '' IIA '' .
a"
ding.

:
If w ,
NOTICE ,
November 4th., 1044
BRADFORD COUNTY FLORIDA .Jr

: NOTICE! 18 HEREBY GIVEN .
that pursuant to Hevllcn: II of .;.liapt.r -
loi:ttl lw* of _,u'oO". Aci u( 9
1KJ7> known a. the MURPHY xC'i; ,
the following dei-riuv t'rudford:: County, Florida will !>. f
offered for ale at Public outcry !
fur the high.; ..l and beet cash ble.
subject to the ritmt of the Tru.- : i
4t
tree of h. internal Improvement 1f fa
Fund to reject any and. all bid, e
Il at the Courthouse beginning at
10:00 o'clock A. M. on the 4th., 1 ;
day of 1)ecembrr'A. 1>. IU44.J2a .
... .ement fur road right of way.
( 200 feet any wide parcel will through b. reservedfrom which

there )I. an rxlitlnf tttate Road. ,
Nta of WEV4 of NWy>,, Hoi 27,
Twp. 6 M. n.22 K! 20 Acren.M IN erf
=::..;i;; NEW % of SWVi of NB1/\ !Hec.! 11. '( Cot0RS FLYI
VELVALUX Bed Jacket Twp. S Hr K.. 22 13! 10 Acre..
NWtt\ of $WV\.. of NW(4.( Sea. Nico R! ;
r 5 8. Ksr. 21 1':. 10 A.T... n t
33, Twp.
' W4 ot HWV of NWs..a.. 27, STARRING MEN OF THE ARMED f FORCES 1
7 H, RIC. 22 K, 20 Acre. '
Twp. I'
3.50Sternberg's of 8W(4'( of VWI, 4 A *
2:95 In K"j NW Cor. HBO 37, Twp. PXtI. Rtf. GEORGE MURPHY JOAN USUE It RONALD REAGAN

'wy.e 1 ; 22: E! I* "'Acre'..
4 A in NW Cor of EH of BW 4 ',t GEORGE JOBIAS-AIAN HALE CHARLES BUMORTIUKATE SMITH 3 :. J
for Church.: II..c.:
NWV\. 1'X 1 A tt
of 27. Twp 7 K, n.. :SI K, X ,Acr... UlpUJiri PIIDTI7 Jewel finhCMiTftAMM ee hoi CIwe> .*./4oeiMSI,n r,
EV! of !''IE'! of 5I',.. !lee:, *. Twp. /OncMtf nlllillACL tUKIIi tiew aas.g Se's., 4M e W Awl' MMM M tmn y 9wN Sew )3
S H. Kit 22: B. 20 Acre..
THfBTKJOS OC INTERNAL 1MPHOVKMK.VT -
PI'ND OP THI-
STATE OF FLORIDA
Ry A. J. Thoma flint TreeI. 6
... I. I. Fund Bradford County kit
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BRAVFORD ""UNTY TELEGRAPh. BTARKId. mumm ,FRIDAY. NO\'E\IREn:
SDI 5. .
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visiting relatives here Sunday Butler with
Mustard Leaf relatb'ee
Hints For The Stores Can Sell OUR SERVICE MENnevuted Big afternoon. Mr. and lira: H. n i
Mr. and Mrs. H. M. McRae and the elly
week-end
Household Army Insignia to Items *f ........t _.r..ri.la n Vaaco Griff was exhibiting a Mrs. B.. M. McRae and daughters, Mr. and ln darks *1
IBritdfor County. 1>0". ..,v* ..ruint'nelecam. } mustard leaf Monday which was Mr* Florae
SIMPLE REPAIRS DO NOT Until Jan. 1 p ii ......... .. poopvriKo l>r. l>rl. tln.. In new. ..d Irttrr visiting Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Con of Jacksonville ""1''
NECESSARILY REQUIRE A teembe boy .....,. front Come. Servicemm wide. He raised it on LorenzOGreen'l were
CALL FOR THE PLUMDE1 Sale of Army Insignia by civ are nl_ re<....iit.il t<* writ to the place a mile and a half ner of Gum Branch Sunday. Mr. and :Mrs, d, N guestt
..... Kelly
firms will be permitted for Trlncrapn. rrportlnv and etlvltlritof and Remember the services at Pine Mrs. rec ll
Ulan latrrcvt.HAKRKIX I out of the State Farm road, Randolph c
Plumbers are hard to get, sine an additional period ending Janu that l is not the only large leaf i Level this week-end. win was visiting rosby of 8&1

there is such a demand on their ary 1, 1944, by special War De he has found. He has 'four or Joseph G. Schultz of Plttsburg, law. Mrs. C. C her

time during these war days. In- partment ruling, the Camp Bland PROMOTED FRIENDS" IS NAVY five" rows of this "Florida slick- Pa., is visiting H. M. McRae and Mrs: Inez Crosby reread'

lead of calling on* the plumbe Ing Public Relations Office announced Promotion of William J, Hat. leaf mustard", most of which family granddaughter Kelly have aM 'III

to come and open a sink drain, last week. deadline'"pre rell, son of Mr. and Mrs. J. I. grows to monstrous size, and has their home here after retul'nttt
why not try to open it yoursel This extends the to the rank sold a good deal of it recently. GRAHAM two weeks In end!
Harrell of Lawtey Tampa
''
by using the "plumber's friend vlously set for October 18, 1943 By Louise Varnes City with and p
relatives,
rubber force War Department certificates of Technician 5th Grade, has.beei
n which is a simple All holders' >
RattlesW. Fred
cup? Let some water into the No. 095 will be author announced by the commanding f" Had 16 HOME DESTROYEDThe Halslop, Myrtle DObbt

I' sink fixture, and place the cup Ized to sell metal, cloth and plan officer of the Sixth Training ,1.1.: R. Strickland brought into community was shocked Mary at Callahan Ella Ward attended ell
outlet that ii the extended perIod Sunday morning to learn that the Friday, night.
t over the drain or tic Insignia for Ga. the
office Monday
,
at Fort Benning
Regiment the Telegraph
i''q stopped then work the wooden of time. Firms holding Wai home of Mr. and Mrs.' F. T. Miss Nona Brown
up consist-
rattler,
"tall end" of a
handle of the force cup down certificates are beIng The Sixth Training Regimen Abernathy had burned during the Myers Is spending Severn
Department
and with quick motions. Thii notified by Individual letters is a part of the Infantry School'snew Ing of 16 rattles and a button. night. The loss was complete as with her mother, Ms j ) ill
up snake was killed byI. [Bra.!
Basic Center which The deadly
under the this War De Training the Abernathys were away from Mr. and
forces out the water Firms not hiding .. Mrs w
w. Norman, share-cropper, on R.
their firs N. BaJA
and causes upward suctior. partment certificate will be permitted was organized to give home at the time. The many and son, Fred and !
cup miles Mrs,
through the waste pipe and trap to sell only cloth Insignia,, military training to the "Basics1 Mr. Strickland's farm eight friends of the family l extend Ward were In W.: '
At left above Is Charles Donald of Starke, and was the Jacksonville|
who are coming Into the Arm,: northwest
la a few moments small obstructions such as chevrons, and shoulder( under the Specialized Training, Norman, son of Mr. and Mrs. second rattlesnake: to be killed on heartfelt sympathy.Mr. day. They were called then
and fruit additional period the death
this
like coffee grounds for of Mrs.
) the patches Program. W. Horace Norman of Miami his place in recent months.TIIERESSA and Mrs. Seth Roberts of luhte',
, seeds are forced down Into of time. formerly of Lawtey. He has two Lawtey spent the week-end with ter Mrs. Mattie Flenagan

\ sewer and the drain Is cleared. DOUBLE SERVICE other brothers In the Navy-W. Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Roberts. Mrs. Aline Moore and S ,
If this does not work, the "S" Crotalaria Poison Donald has Tampa, are ,0m7t
Gordon L. Parker, son of Mr, H., Jr. and Claude. By Ming Ida Hagan Mrs. L. Q. Smith returned spending
shaped waste trap under the sink Fatal To StockIf and Mrs. G. H. Parker of Brooker, just completed his boot trainingat home Wednesday after spending here with her parents, Mr I

1t will have to be opened. Put a pan : believes in serving Bainbridge, Md.;,and likes .the Mr. and Mrs. Rupert Zeigler some time with 1 relatives and Mrs. W. R. Halnlop.!
beneath to catch the drip. There \ eat fine.At Judie Sunday Mr. and Mrs
i curved livestock. or poultry his countryin Navy and daughter spent friends in Georgia.' Alton Dobbs wJ
are two joints holding drain the I I enough Crotalarla spectabllis, It every way' right la Christmas (Jimmy) with Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Zeigler. Mrs. E. Vestal of Jacksonville visiting relatives at the siJ
sink pipe
section to the I with Don- Mrs. D. W. Moore and Mrs Farm Sunday
enlisted
the sink will kill them. possible. He vol- Colozzo, who spent the week-end with her afternoon.
, Loosen little the and one the nearest other one completely I This warning came recently unteered for the ald on August 24, and took his Dollie Loper and daughter, Dot- brother-in-law and sister Mr. and Mrs. Fronnle Johns of Aubanj
,+ j state boot training at the same place. i I tie, were visiting in Starke Wed
BO that the curved sec from Dr. M. W. Emmel Navy last Mayat Mrs. S. C. Casey. I dale. Is visiting her sinter J
tion can be turned away from the Experiment Station veterinarian, the age of 17 +' Jimmy spent last spring and sum- nesday. Pvts. Lynn and Lewis Neeld of Arle Brown, this week.

rest of the pipe. Hair lint or after receiving reports of livestock and now has the mer with Mr. and :Mrs. W. H. Mrs. S. R. Swindell was visiting Camp Stewart, Ga., spent the
losses result- Norman .at Lawtey. her daughter, Mrs. John Jor- and
grease can then be removed from and poultry I rank of 2nd week-end here with friends

the trap. A long wire may have ing from consumption of this Class FiremanI IN MERCHANT MARINE dan, of Hill Crest last weekend.Mr. relatives. a.Axis stops.,....

.19; be used to remove the obstruc plant the yellow-flowered spikesof n addition to I Marvin E. Rosier, son of James and Mrs. Percy Sullivan Bill Rivers of Auburndale Is D..', atop' if Nha
which are very much in evI- this, Gordor enlisted in and son spent Sunday with his visiting his brother and sister-in-
:Rosier of Lawtey, has
tion.When the trap has been clean dence In many Florida field and ,sends money .. the Merchant Marine and reported parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. Sullivan.\ law, Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Rivers.

ed, re-couple the pipe. Pour boilIng along roadsides. home regularly for the..purchase for duty Friday morning at A. H. Kelsay was visiting In Miss Mary Ellen Wasdin spent Buy More
Is an ex- Starke Luella
spectabllls Saturday week-end with Miss
water down the drain "Crotalarla ,of War Bonds and bought an ex the U. S. Maritime Training Sta- the
pipe soapy quite frequently to keep It cellent soil-building plant, but, un- tra bond during the recent Thin}: tion at St. Petersburg. He was"! Mrs. Alice Jones.was visiting Davis of the State Farm. 'for freedom Sot War Bonds
It Is poisonous to Mrs. Hightower and Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Rivers and
fortunately, War Loan Drive.CONSOLING a member of the Junior Class at her sister .
clear.When livestock and poultry," Dr. Em- B. H. S. last year.SAIJIPSON. Mrs. Griffin last week. daughter were In Gainesville
It
the water faucet drips mel said. "The farmer who does LETTERMrs. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Alfred were Monday.
probably needs a new washer. want' the risk of los- Starke night.Mr. .
not to run William Norris of Starke CITYBy visiting In Saturday

ers Hot more water often faucets than need the new cold wash-, as ing animals and birds where will It keep la whose son, S-Sgt. Robert T. Dodd,, Mrs. Eva StricklandMr. and Mrs. H. D. May were SUNNY BROOK ,FARMBy I a
of fields in Starke
them out Inaction visiting Saturday. Mrs. Arsula Crawford
was recently reported missing ,
the hot water gradually softens growing or watt until It Is plowed has received the follow and Mrs L.i B. Harper of Mrs. Dampier and son, Billie, Backache

the washer so the water can get under". ing letter from Chaplain Martin Boomtown spent the week-end spent the week-end with her parents i Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Crosby

through. You can easily put rna He also pointed out that the effects L. Shaner of the 479th Antisub- with Mr. and Mrs. Ray Goodge. Mr. .and Mrs. J. J. Zeiglerand :spent the week-end In Jacksonville May Warn of Dimntrrnl
new washer on the common In Crotalaria Mrs. Eva Durkee of Hollywood. relatives.
of the poison marine family. with Kidney Action
Group: ;
type of compression faucet used 'Bpectabllls! are cumulative In the dear Mrs. Norris: Fla., arrived Tuesday of last week Frank Kelsay and K. B. Swin- I I Mr. and Mrs. Dewey Woods, of Modem life with its hurry mo.Irregular .
In the kitchen. Here Is how to animal's body and that animals "My to spend a while here with her dell were business visitors in Jacksonville, were guests of Mr. habits, Impropur set
do It: of "Your letter of Sept. 22 to the i drinking-Ita rink ol eiponin and. sae.
that have eaten It may die mother Mrs. 8. E. Jones, and her Starke Saturday. tlontnrowa ...
i Officer and Mrs. H. B. Kelly Tuesday heavy strain on the
First, shut off the water to the I poisoning several months after Commanding 4th Antisubmarine brother and slater-ln-law Mr. and Mrs Alice Jones spent a week i and Wednesday. of the) kid'' .. They are apt to bbovertaxed
In reference : and fail to filter
Squadron i.noend
faucet. Use a wrench to unscrew been removed from Mrs. E. D. Jones. with relatives. ,,.
they have at Lawtey recently and other impurltiei from thl'I Id .
I Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Crosby
to Robert T
your son, S-Sgt.
the cap nut that holds the handleIn fields where it growing.. His Curtis Varnes spent a few day blood.
( that Dodd ASN 14027063, has beer sons, Brice and Bobby, spent Sunday You ma nagging U,
Put cloth thick
place. some or have Indicated last week' in Jacksonville on busi XI..ln. ,
experiments referred to PINE LEVEL with Mrs. Crosby's brother headache *a getting up IIcI' \
paper over the nut to preventscratching well-fed animals will eat me. leg .
even "I know how anxious arc ness.Mathew lly Mrs. II. M. McKae and sister-in-law Mr. and Mrs. tired, oervou., all worn out.Otbo
It. Now be able
you'll at times. you Is stationed
the plant McKinney, who of kidney or bladder I dlaonler I r
to take hold of the faucet handle Leaves, stems, and seed of the to 'hear some encouraging word with the Navy at Deland, Mrs. W. E. Hall of Green Cove i Mills Kelly, of Lake Butler. time. burning, Scanty or too I Inq

and unscrew the stem from the plant, green or dry are poisonous. I from your son. I wish that 1 I spent the week-end with his par- Springs and Mimes Muriel and I' Mrs. and Mrs. J. R. Kelly were ur tJoD.on': Pi lit. Coon'l W,!tl

body of the faucet. You'll find a II I were in a position and could give ents, Mr. and Mrs. Carl McKIn- Inez Layton 0 f Valdosta; Ga., 'In Galnsvllle Saturday afternoon. kldn.y'TP"b\: : off had harmful iiaeitai ten kil t

screw at the bottom of this stem, FARM NOTES you the news you desire. Your were visiting Mrs. H. M. McRae I. Mr. and Mrs. O. E. Crosby and century of public v.approv more.Anir 1

holding the old washer In place. son went on patrol over the Bay ney.Mrs.. r.,. B. Harper of Boom- and family Sunday afternoon.Mr. children, Beverley Jo and Sherman mended by...,grateful LiDOANSPILIS. wan rXaJe -""
Remove the washer screw with a lly L. T. Dyer County Kent! of Biscay on August 8 and did town and Mr. and Mrs. Ray and Mrs. Warren Kelly and and Mrs. Betty Kirby attended your \

screwdriver, and' replace the old freeze order on turkeys not return. We have heard noth- Goodge and little Ray Harper of children were visiting relatives in' the circus in Jacksonville
The
washer with a' new one. Put has been removed, permitting tur- ing from him or the crew he Sampson were dinner guests Sun- the Rising section Sunday.Mrs. Saturday afternoon. '

back the washer, screw, screw the : keys to be sold on open market. was"with 'since that date. I day of Mr. and Mrs. A. V. Varnes T. N. Norman and little I Mr and Mrs. J. N. Kelly spent

down the cap nut that holds the The freeze order on carpet "You have my heartfelt sympathies of Graham. son, Gerald, of Gum Branch were ,, several days of this week in Lake I

whole fixture together. grass seed has been removed permitting during these hours of .
Its a good Idea always to keepa the sale of carpet grass your grief, of your longing and; -

few washers around the house I seed on the market. This Is anxious waiting for some word -- .

in a convenient place. Washers : good news to the cattlemen whowish that will tell you that Robert U ....-... .
cost only 10 or 13: cents a dozen, I > to establish permanent grass safe. His missing in action la a -

but they save you high water I The Conservation pay- terrific blow to us and I am sure
pastures.
bills and expense for plumbers. ment Is $4 per acre for planting it Is a greater blow to you. Robert *

While most people\ use composition carpet grasspasture.. was an excellent radio operator iC THURSDAY is Armistice Day. In
washers on both hot and cold I and a wonderful soldier. He was
have just been *
water faucets, hard rubber washers announced Celling prices on fresh vegetables for a credit to himself, his organization .. ....... rf .. .f NEXT er years that day has been dedi-
will last longer on hot water The and to the service. May our ..
the winter and spring! crops. the of the who
faucets. If you haven't provided Florida ceiling prices the farmers sincere prayer be that he returnsto to memory men
yourself with extra washers on usu- us and you If it be God's will, 'i:. thIs.r
vegetables But
should get on their lives in World War I.
hand, you can make one that will In this county are: "Our hope of his safe return hereIs e -. gave
o'
do temporarily out of a piece of ,Lima ally grown beans, May-June, $3, July, dwindling day by day. Onlysod's ;' year we believe those honored dead would
leather or rubber. Is sufficient for us
March-April, grace .
.. ....-J (2.85; Snap beans In moments like this. The Com- rather with the living in paying
$3.25, May, $2.70; Cabbage, Deember.Aprll F L ET join us, ,
Officer of the 4th Antisubmarine

This. a family war. Pat : $iS: per ton; cucumbers manding : who
"honor the of another
is generation
roar BondbnylntthroDfbthe April-May, $3.40. The prices Squadron not permitted '..1', t to men

t payroll savings plan on a Farmers! receive may be lower to write to you because of :' '. have taken the that fell from

family: plan,which means Of. than: these prices but cannot. be military regulations. .... V,**; ; up weapons
are It oat yourself. higher. "Anything that :1 can do for you ,,, their lifeless hands.

One million seedling pine trees at any time, please feel free to

Be Quick To TreatBronchitis are farmers' being and offered 4-H Club free boys to' the by write are hoping to me.and Along praying with for you some, we ;." ,'., .:" 1 .This year we in this community are asked tot

Corporation. These encouraging news from Robert. usHONOR J but
".. the Container observe Armistice Day not with words
seedling trees may be 'set during With every good wish to you and

e December. God's richest blessings, I am with deeds. This year we have a special re

1+. T. Nelland, State Extension Sincerely yours :
Chronic bronchitis may develop Ifyour F'orester'atatea; that these free Martin L. Shaner, sponsibility.
couch,chest COld.or saute bran distributedover Group Chaplain." -'
and trees should be fairly
chltls Is not treated you cannot
'
afford to takeachancewith any medicine the whole pine growing belt This;. Armistice Day marks the beginning ofa
less potent than Creomulslon of North Florida: He says that Things Look Good"I

which trouble goes to help right loosen to the and seat expel of germ the the: last year that' the million new drive to make up the shortage in pulp-

laden phlegm and aid nature t* free trees were set In ten counties have just returned from the do is
soothe and heal raw,tender Inflamed) one county getting more southern part of the State" said wood. Everyone who can possibly so

bronchial mucous membranes than one-third of them. He estimates B. H. Bellsarlo, of Grandin, Monday
asked cord in honor of some
creosote Creomulslon special blends proceuwith beechwood other that Bradford County "and things sure do look to cut an extra

time tested medicines for coughs. ohoud get about .,40,000 to 50,000 good for Lex Green. for.*Gover, friend or relative in the service.
It contains no narcotics.No of these trees: nor". < f ,

you have matter tried how tell many your druggist medicines to The Government will pay, : There are two good reasons for putting the
ell you a bottle of CreomuI lon with through the Conservation program LAWTEY ,

the understanding you must like the $4.50 per acre for setting lly Coleman Phillip THE: drive on this basis.
mltUng seep cough,per- these trees If set 8 x 8 ft. ;
rest and or you are to
have your money back. (Adv.) and set before Jan. 1, 1944.. Mr. and Mrs. Jake Shuford and First it takes to
(daughter Gwendolyn. Mr and nearly a ton of pulpwood

Mrs. V. R. Ferguson and son. supply each in the service with the many
Bobby, Lou Edwards, Mrs. Frances man
where I
From sit
Whitehead and were among things he neetfs.
those from here who attended the

circus In Jacksonville Saturday.We .
: the"
t are glad to hear that Howard Second, present pulpwood shortage, 2/i

t bY Joe Marsh : Norman from has the received Army and a discharge Is- million cords, is just about equal to the numLIVING -


hoping to return home noon. ber of service men who come from the pulp-.
The Lawtey Junior High School

Every time Lem Martin hears From where I sit, here's the recently had the pleasure. of hearIng i wood-producing areas.

about another Jap battleship beway It 18 00. It's up to everyone a speech by Rev. G. C, Powell ..

ing sunk-or another Nazi city of ns to put not only oar spare of Starke. He spoke on the *: .... s 1 So if every one of us in this and other pulp-
being blasted-Lem grits his money Into War Bonds but to Junior Red Cross, and all students *

teeth, and digs Into his pocket. 'figure oat new ways of saving enjoyed the talk. roO"',',' r tl f wood-cutting communities cuts an extra cord

for more War Bond money.' no that we'll have lUll! more"WI.h Louis Lee Wainwright, 3rd : tI J ut'a' 01' *

our soldiers over there money to Invest In Victory. Class Petty Officer and radioman for our service man, the emergency will be

Toin better 'n better at their As Lem says: "We asked for with the U. S. Navy, stationed In "'i1boyl."fc'

ecorlnY* Lem says grimly "we plenty of action-and we're sure Jacksonville, recently visited his met. No fighting man will lack any of the

ran do the same at home." getting 1C All over the world ourIt's parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. L.Valnwright thousand-and-one that are
feUas war essentials
men have got them Axis
easy to think that If the
Back the Attack Mrs. Lilly Harold of JaclAonirille '
Is on the run. Let's made from
war going well, we can afford pulpwood.
Sunday with her
with War Bonds. spent
to let down just a little instead .
o' realizing that the bigger our mother, Mrs. J. B. McDonald. NEWSPAPER PULPWOOD COMMITTEE No
shall
boy die
Miss Debbie Phillips of Max- because we failed.PA.GE .
offensive
gets the more our boysare
going to need equipment 80e7 (MJI vllle spent Sunday with Mr. and
Mrs. O. J. Phillips.
and munitions.
I Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Crosby and

laughters of Brooker visited Mr.
.
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5, 10t3 PAGE EVJIl'e:'
NOVEMBER!
1S', ; BRADFORD COUNTY TBLKGKAPR. STARKE. FLORIDA
1.1
t 4S In the above iY ('lnrt'IT CMI'NT. HHAItrOlin.T 1 named Court and cause, wherein
namedbCourtkand cause, wherein ('(11''"r" FI.ORIDAl1: t'lA9- plaintiff, seeks divorce Bradford I
-- BROOKER divorce. Prudforil (,'I!:II Y. Cnunty Telegraph' hall publish
: Vlalntirr aeeks hall publish thle ..in.. .11. Prat. her. Plaintiff va. thin Order In next four weekly
County.Telegraph four l""".... Myrtle: Nee Prather, fendant. I...".... '
In next
t atlileen Norris Says By Minnie Lou Ilaxrn Order Wltneim my hand andy official. Cane NI. J7I8.OIUI'Jt Wltnenn. my hand and official
: Hxal. al Starke. Florida, this October of PUBLICATION seal. at marks Florida, this Octtftier -
APPEAR8TAT10
TO
AND NOTICE 20th.. 143.
, 1943.OFKiriA I
Slat.,
,' GIRL SCOUT PARTY (I I THOMAS LEE WEEKS ( SEAL) A. J. Thomas Mae Prathor OF,FLORIDA whose residence to: Myrtle: I. (OFFICIAL SEAT.) A. J. Thomas

t, The Girl in Jim's Office Hiss Prances Tilghman, our IIII I Funeral Services for Thomas Ae Clerk of said Court. I Pot ha n, Alabama. A* Clerk of said Court.T. I
It ; i Wm. D. Morgan Jackaonvlllo, Fl.. You kre required to annea' onNovember Frank Landrum, Starke, Florida. '
Girl Scout leader, entertained the 1 Lee Weeks 71, of LaCrosse were Atty. for Pit. 10-JJ 4t 11-11 > I3rd, 1943, In the above Atty. for Flf. 10-Z1 4t 11-1 I
tLN BallllrndlcalWNU: Faatur. Scouts with a Hollowe'en party held Sunday afternoon at New --
tLm I .-.d J
Friday night, October 29, 'at the I I Hope at .4 o'clock.: Burial was -- I J

Scout Club. A large bon fire I In New Hope Cemetery. He a. BALLARD'S Southern Gold i

81II was built and out-door games' survived by his widow, Mrs. Ida OLEO

I h played. Each Scout asked a Weeks LaCrosse; one daughter, Obelisk

friend to come Refreshments Mrs. H a r rlett Weeks Thomas, FLOUR GIANT HOLESALtfltlCES ib 21c

of sandwiches and hot chocolate Jacksonville; three sons, Clayton, FOOD
were served. Collie and Eldon all of Alachua; Save the V IN RETAIL I -

one brother. 1 Mac Weeks, Old Coupons5lbs { CENTERS STORES Super Brand

,, ;h't'i' !'IS HALLOWK'KX BIO SUCCKSS CARNIVAL Town; two sinters, Mrs. Martha OLEO

Weeks Clyatt/ Washington, D. C.;
1 Our Hallowe'en Carnival was a Quantity Rights Reserved 7c
rs' t// and Mrs. Fannie Murrell, Gaines- 34c November Ib o
.T "I grand success. The amount made ville. Mr. Weeks'was a memberof Prices Good Through Safurday. 6

l above expenses was $224,85. The the Primitive Baptist Church t I
following were chosen King and and the funeral services were Sugar Cured Short Shank, Whole Klngan's Tastl-Cream. Best Pure> I
J
a Queen Senior: Queen. -Vellta Hodges. conducted by E 1 del' William Picnic Hams ib 29c Lard 2-lb ctn 43c: 1-lb 18c I

Moody, and P. Cason.
Senior King-Eldridge Hayes
I
4s Junior Queen-Yvonne Harrell. Friends of Cadet Clifford Hazenof Western C

Junior King-Jack Hodge 'Stockton Field, Calif., will be Fork TONGUESib '

: Miss Willie Mae demons won' Interested to Know that he. will I RIBLETSIbTc

the quilt and Clyde Kelly won : receive his commission as Lieutenant .CON !ib 35c

the cake. In the Air Corps Wednesday ;

Nov. 3., at the West .Coast Beel
ATTENTIONThose ,,;, I>..
have Training Center. Pork -r. Acorn Brand, Rind-oil KIDNEYSBRAINS '
who
relatives or Mru. ,,Carroll Atkinson and Sliced Br'kfaat Bacon ;
friends 1I! !
In the
Armed Services
'and and
3 children, Joyce Ilean, ib 19cArmour's
please leave their address at the Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Russ and Only 2 Points Ib

r : 1 Postoffice with Mr. Plnholater, children were"'in. Gainesville Saturday Ib 17C -:--;' j

L ,+ '-" as the church wants to see that w'

i 1sr every .service man from Brooker Mr, and Mrs. Truby Hodge and Wilson'sDomeatVa Metros )
19
will be remembered on Xmas Skinless
r' I children of 'Jacksonville were D-V
I -- Edwin Conerly of Leesburg visiting relatives here over the WIENERS

was a week-end guest of relatives week-end 2-0& 23c

here Cpl. and Mrs. Resole Colson of Grade A Rlndl.ss Rtnd-on Smoked, Piece ib 29c

r Mr. and Mrs. Grady Baxter of Valdosta, Oa.w ere week-end ) -

i4I Baldwin are visiting relatives guests of relatives.Pfc. Swiss,' Bacon ib 41 c Bacon ib 29c Cold

here for a few days. R. A. Bethea, Jr., of Hun- e
MEATS
ter Field, Ga., and Mrs. G. A. CHEESE Grade B RlndlessBacon Western White
Mrs. Alma Wadsworth and Miss
L. Evans of Waycrosa, Ga., visitedG. Bishop and ,sop. Bobble of Jack- Ib 59C ''b 38c Bacon ib 21c Ib 35C< I ,
Mrs. N O.
sonville visited Hayes
,featly persuaded Jim 10'drive m. out ont Sunday to the farm to let David.' VV. Baxter and Mrs. Annie I,
I MI a happy day lunch under tht (reel.Br Plnholater over the week-end. Saturday.Mrs. .
Rosa Plnholater la visitingMrs. PIG PORK Sea Foods
Grade A Bee
"
I Miss Madeline Crosby tat Waldo
NORRISHE
KATHLEEN M. F. Wig gin a In New
GIRLS AND &
THEIR the week-end of her
story of Lilian Whiteis was guest River. / Whole, Bone i In Medium SizeMallet
MARRIED BOSSESA Fresh Ground
parents. and Mrs. Claude V Smithof ,. Slants Ib 31c
strange one al- Sgt. Ib 15c
a ,
girt relationships with Seaman J. T. Sowell of Georgetown Hambwgerib
Starke.. visited Mrs. Smith'spare Whole Bone InShoulder
though its beginning was her married boss, or any other S. C., Is home on a 10-day n t 8, Mfr and Mrs. 0.. W. Ib 29c33c
,
Bnmonplace enough. Lilian married man, should be strict- furlough and was visiting friends Rimes, over'' the week-end. Boneless Brisket Pot si..d'p 29c

I rked in a law office sevenars ly confined to office work. an-1 relatives Saturday. Mrs. I. llj Hazen of Jackson- Roast IB 33c All Pork BulkSausage Best CutsChops Baltimore Std.Oysters ;i

ago; she was pretty, un- Kathleen Norris relates the Mr and Mrs. P. M. Barefootof I ville, and father, W. B. Cahoon, T-Bone Club Ib 33c Ib pt 69cSteak

histicated, 22 years oldd story of a girl mho thoughtshe SULrke visited friends here of Galnenvillej visited G. W Hazen Skln-on fresh Pig Pork If
Ib 48e Fla. Caught
the boss was just twicer fell in love with her marereed Friday and other1 relatives Sunday. ;
Sides Ib 25c ReadsWhole Ib 13c
r r age. The boss told her boss. After a series of dif Miss Lucile Thomas of Gaines Alias Frances Barry of Lees- Bonelesg Rump Blue Fish Ib 29e II I

this marriage was a lonelye ficulties and disillusionment, ville visited relatives here Fri- buitf was a week-end guest of her Roast Ib 41c LambShoulderslb25c Lamb RibChops Whole SpanishMackerel 11 i
She will return Lees-
she committed suicide. Although parents. to Ib 38c
Ib 39c
had ceased I day.Mr
his wife
that all such relationshipsdo and Mrs. H. S. Hazen and burl Monday to continue hermedual Blade In Chuck
Jove him, and that his three not result in such extreme children Frances, M a I' IOn and treatments.! Friends will 27CLamb Breast Sliced Lamb Northern Red
Roast Ib
ildren were practically tragedy, none end happily A Helen Jane, of Center Hill visited ''I be glad to know that she Is) improving. Ib 19c liver Ib 29c Perch Ib 43c

Lilian relatives here Sunday Brisket Stewing Pot Northern
rangers. never married man who carries on Blade Veal V.al Sirloin

pped to think that there is an affair with a member of f his Beef Ib 25c Roast Ib 27c Steak Ib 35c Whiting Ib 17c

ually some reason why office force or any other wom- FLA. STATE FARM son, William, 'came home Sunday

ves stop loving their hus- an is not to be trusted.her By. E. R. nouvtor from St. Vincent's Hospital In 1
Jacksonville We are glad to

nds and children remain IIALLo'n'I'N PARTY .welcome them home. MILK All Popular Brands 3 Tall Cans Z5c

rangers to their fathers; love for her employer. "His It seemed that. all the Farm Miss Maryellen Wasdln of Graham )

ians I never do. She gave wife is as nice as she can be, but it population turned out to the spent several days last week

i sympathy and understanding, was never love between them," the party Friday night, but after all with Mills Louella Davis. No Points! VICTORY FOOD SPECIAL southern Bit.
Uitened! to the"bost and present- letter goes on. "Both of them were several families were absent. Mr and Mrs. W J. McGehee
Citrus Potatoes Are America's Plentiful Food 'FLOURMarmalade
die loved him. married when they met, both got Those who were there, however, of Ocala were"guests of Mr., and

Lash then rented a airmail apart- divorces, and there is a daughterto had a jolly time and quite a Mrs. J. O. Caldwell Thursday.P. U. S. Long IslandPotatoes 83c
Ib
t for Lilian and Lilian gave uperything each marriage, nearly grown. He neat sum was derived from the L. Laing spent the week- 10 ibs 35c 20-
in life for him-home, will toget 2-lb 33c _
be
feels that she as willing Fish Pond and from a cake, made end with his family at Ponta
ilher\ faith, self-respect. In the a divorce as he Is. I am nota by Mrs. T. M. Connors. Various Vedra. GA. YAMS Sibs 21c Land 0' Sunshine
certain and scattered times that and I not
calculating girl am a Fig ,
could be with her, she comforted baby either, I am 24. I have flirted games were enjoyed by the Miss'%: Virginia Sewell of Starke axon Idaho BakingPotatoes California Fancy Michigan FLOUR
folks. Costumes varied
and flattered him to his heart's now and then, but this is the real younger was the guest of Miss Mary Jo Ib 5c {
intent'III. thing. When Paul asked for my loveI from an ante-bellum belle, to a Caldwell Monday and Tuesday GRAPES Celery: stk IZe 20Ibl 85c

She first wrote me five years ago I didn't stop to reason or make husky tramp. Lila Ray Caldwell, Mrs. J. L. Williams will leave 30-0& 39 c Ted BlissPotatoes Fancy CanadianRutabagas' -

en a baby was coming. Neithere terms. His mother-in-law," the letter tramp; and Lbuella Davis, negro Thursday to visit her son Shore ---:- s.lbl1ge Ib 5 C ?'ibi 9 SILVER '

Louis wanted this baby, and continues, "is a stockholder in mammy; Kenneth Tyus, deep sea I Patrolman John Williams, and i Layette

IIln' question to me was about his firm, and Paul cannot risk angering diver; Peggy Caldwell, Hallowe'en I wife at St. Petersburg. i Enrich h.d Fancy Calif.Tomatoes. Delicious N C Green WINGS

option. She didn't even want tot her as she might make a costume; James Nelson McDen-. BREAD n> 12tt Cabbage Ib 5c
Miss Louise Harris of Wilson APPLES fnrlched: Flour
the baby. However, the hospital great deal of trouble. I see the reason don, pirate, and Kay Partney, 1
ade her nurse It for two weeks for that; it's not romantic, but ante-bellum belle, won the prizes. N. C., Is a guest at the home of 16-oz 8C Long Island Fancy York Cooking

way, and after that a quiet old- 1t'. practical and I think women Refreshments, consisting of wel- Mr and Mrs. G. E. Crews. Cauliflower Ib IOC Apples Ib lOc 10-lbs 51c

aid cousin of Lilian's. Marian too often put their emotional demands ners, hot rolls and coffee, cake, 1 Mrs. Irene B. Whltfield la expected -
ck took the little boy came toe firsfand forget that a man Is pumpkin pie and punch were serv- here Thursday to spend For Your New Sugar Stamp! Granulated Bulk TallowSugar

him passionately, and eventual- a provider as well as a lover. So ed by the social committee of the the winter with Mr. and Mrs. 5 Pounds 27c Meal 5

idopted him legally. Marian had we must wait until either his mother- Community Club, ably' assistedby ,Bryan Whltfield. M pounds 17c

lovely farm, some money, and hadd in-law dies, which she may at any Mr and Mrs. J. H., Moncrief. Sgt. John F. Crews, located at

a lonely time of It since her time as she has a bad heart, or an air field near' Ft. Myers, has) All Soaps While They Lost *
other died. until some circumstance makes his Spencer and Delbert Crews, completed his training there andIs t

"My fatal mistake," Lilian wrote divorce and our marriage possible. Claude Johns and Jlmraie Godwin, at home on a ten day furlough.He OCTAGON
.e In her second letter "was In Will you tell me what's wrong abouta accompanied by Scoutmaster J. will go to Lakeland for fur- NIBLETS I

inting Louis to see his little boy. girl trusting fully the man she P. Warren, went before the Courtof ther training and service POWDER
bully persuaded him to drive out loves? Just because he loves me Honor at Lake Butler Tueeday
Itb me one Sunday to the farm am I not to believe him when he night and passed their examinations W E. Malone has taken a position BRAND WHCORN KERNEL :3 Sm 8c

>lee David. It was a happy day, promises at the first possible moment and attended second\ class aa State Road Patrolmanand ;
nch under the trees, and Marian to make me his wife?" rating.Lt. as soon as a home can be 13c' t\\ Lge 162c
nd Louis liked each other immedi- found will move his family to 2 Med 9c
the simple and Mrs. James Cooper 'of
tel iy. To which last question Starke, which will be his head- ,
answer Is. "No." Any man who Montgomery, Ala., were overnight
ond Love Scorned Takes Third. takes advantage of a girl's trust In guests of Dr. and Mrs. J. M. quarters.
Mrs. Willie Coats of Sacra-
"But I never dreamed that they hIm her youth and inexperience, her Hembree Friday.Mr. S H
mento Calif. has been of ie
'ould a guest
fall in love. Louis' wife died softness to
silliness and establish p
few months later in an accident, general her In an illicit position, simply and Mrs. J. H. Monerief Jim- Mr and Mrs. M. D. Young, coming Del Maiz cream style Corm 13C
nd from and daughters, Doris and 'especially to assist In caring ,
that time he began to pay isn't trustworthy: and the sooner
ttentlon : mie Mi-, and Mrs. L. A. .Wiggins for her sinter: Mrs. Ira Young.Mr. .
to Marian. Of course there all stenographers -
discovered by
this |Is All Soaps While They Lost *
and daughter Marie, and Dr. Lge 23
a. no question as to what Marian bookkeepers and office work- and Mrs. J. A. Bouvier ClAPP'S ClIP
mid (eel; she Is 37 and has never generally, and all other girls who and Mrs R. P. Stubbins attendedthe spent the week-end at McIntosh ,

en In love before. I have threat- are tempted by the attentions at circus in Jacksonville Satur-' with Mr, and Mrs. C. A. McRae IFEBUOY I BABY FOODS

ell Louis that I will tell Marian anyone. Important as the boss, the day night. and family. ? *.
erythin, unless he plays fair with better. Propinquity: can be a dangerous Mr. and Mrs. Vance Geiger and Mr.and..)'Irs. Harry Brahm of TRAILED :;' CASHMEREoM :

a and makes m. his wife, but he thing, and a girl must recognize son, Bradley: Jacksonville ",-ere Palatka were supper guests Fri .
ail that he and I have stopped It, and guard against it like any week-end guests of :Mir. and Mrs.J day of Chaplain and Mrs. L. A. 3 for aGe .O* SSIS _

aving each other, and marriage be- other danger. Men do divorce wives .. M. Bradley.Mrs. Shepherd. In Glass43c .ea.

'Wren." us would be a terrible mists and do marry second loves. But J. E. Williams of Wewa- ,- 6 for .BOUQUET9c!

the second love is very rarely a hltchka is here to visit her son- sale at The Bradford County A

That at was the second letter. By girl from Jim's office. In-Iawan.l daughter, Dr. and Mrs. Office supplies of all kinds for Cake :
time Lilian, shocked and an-
ered by Boss Poses Problem. J. M. Hembree for sometime. ,
Louis' coldbloodedness,
"lIy had stopped loving him; (need "And :ret if the boss wants to be Mi's. Al Rogers and baby son /
he said she hated him. and friendly" a girl said to me many: of Jacksonville spent the week- OOTNOOtl

Marian too. My: advice was to tell years ago "what can you do? He end with Mr. and Mrs. Claud

tarlan the truth; poor Lilian took asks you to stay: after hours to take Johns.J. 3 for 2OC HyProCleans r
I vicious then he asks :you If
Satisfaction In confessing some letters, G. Caldwell visited his parents 3 for
}the whole thing to Marian, and you would mind having a bite of Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Caldwell Telegraph.'I SOAP14c
farfan with him and then. if you
dinner
L1Uan
wrote m.' was "bit- and at Ocklawaha during the week bleaches,
terly grleve<1-" Marian bad a long are seen, there are questions end. and whitens clothes;
talk with A girl knows all the makes '
criticisms. work
Louie lighter in
bad another long
Ken.: L. F. In
: Chapman, company :
talk remarks and
with Louis, had more time what his pleasant SWANSOAP laundry, kitchen, and
many with Mrs. A. Z. Adklns of PALMOLIVE
taUII; Louis felt kindly interest are leading up to, bath.2Gal..
deeply repentant.
and wise woman Starke, Is visiting Mrs. John .r
Marian this young
went on
l e. little girL married And Lilian him. They killed have her. ,'but she has her Job to consider, V;likes. Mrs. Adkins' sister In I t '/ 33C

lelt. too and once the boss gets the notion Jacksonville.
unfriendly, E. C. Bennett of Ocklawaha Beth Size
Not that you are an
very girl who falls In love 6C
i
Rth! I married stiff little prude, you don't Improve was a guest of Mr. and Mrs. .1'1 Regular .
boss has quite so sad 2 for 19c
So the
for promotion. A. Bouvier Monday.
wryB"t none of the stories your chances
come out happily.: The boss holds only thing to do" she concluded Nathan Mayo, Jr., of Summer- '

1 trump.; he can't lo.e. He can cheerfully, "if you find yourself In field was a business visitor at the L9I
Ilwa71 1 end the affair dlshonorabiy an office where all the girls warn Farm Monday. IN ciarnr. C-OI-IIT. niitiiponi
as '
to as he, began us; always l : explain you that the boss Is too susceptible M-Sgt. Side Harrison of Camp (.:: 'alai.F.rlk .RINSe SUPER SUDS

his wife that when a siren leads Is to get out and get yourself an- Blanding visited his father-in-law, Christensen Plaintiff r..

I.man" astray: It Is the siren's fault other Job But it'. too bad.bothered" she P. L. Lang Monday. Nu.Karen 2721.OKl rhrlal.n..n.. Defendant Case. oms Small lOc Med lOc
"'lLbolder Embarrasses Levers said, "that girls have to be Miss adee Brownlee of Starkewas ,ER OF PUBLIC ATIOV
"Neither There ought to be son% AND! NOT irK TO APPEAR IPAMKUMO Lge 23c Large Z3c
arrone one of us will ever love that way. wives know what the guest of Miss June Cald- STATE or PCOHIDA to Karen N"ITa Large 23c
else because we simply way of letting the well from Friday till Monday. ChrU(.n.-n whose resilience .. .

tNT" writes Ursula Dayis. of goes on." Mra. W. N North and baby Marital You ,are[>.nmark.required ,to appear on I







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i BttADFORL COUNTY VKLROHAPU. 8T.VJIKK. FLORIDA FRIDSO"t lntR

[ YA/it/\ FIf414'rChapman American Legion at Starke, to :\Io'rt.1 -

which he belonged were honorary I It Bt.l--.fc I : \
NotkundvmlKi _
C. M. Andreu A. J. Thomas, vice- tk3 l
SpeakerAt pallbearers. u Alr. ,
Bobbins And Blowing of Chap 'd Ih,
of the :
commander post, presented ,
Rotary ClubAn Clifford Matthew Andreu, 72, Dunking I Ada ,i ,''It r e
the aged father of the deceased the Clerk I. r.Itt.

absorbing discussion of the I Ii died suddenly Friday night, Oct. i veteran, a flag of the U. S., for ,,' and the ft t,.,I, Iru/.ul/' (
29, at his home near Jackson- which he fought. Interment was under n
''t four decisive battles of World I ville. A native of Bradford ''In the Keystone Heights Ceme- I Inn but .nlagbanI8tarke "

i,.. War 11, to date were given Wed- County, he moved to Duval 4 tery Key-McCabe: of Jacksonville I That, ii Ij, ,It' of'unr.W .'

nesday at the Rotary Club by He was a ,,'" had c h a r ge of arrange- and opcrut I u'd. '.U'III... I.
County 24 years ago. a tenanted ..
lard'Mumi
L.o'. Chapman, superintendent Church. ments. Starke. I
of the State Prison Farm, who member of the Baptist Dated Ihl,
speaker on this occa- He Is survived by a daughter, leis al 'I'" ,kin do
was guest Workers Council Florida kra"b
9 t- sion. three sons, two sisters and one I '

Mr. Chapman described theM brother, E. B. Andreu of Lake Met At Church No NO'r.C'.1:II..: 0..FIf'I'l'rioTlO\
'
Battle of Midway, '
'battles as The City, ."r'-liSJj. *" "
'
Z The second regular meeting of und "' >
f ; the Battle of El Alameln. the Funeral services were held at of Chaptei hider "" I
; Council of the Starke )' g
Workers
J Battle of Stalingrad and last, but morning In the the I Act. or 1941.. wm'J Law, ot f
o'clock Sunday
f 9 .
School held
Baptist Sunday was Clerk of tht Clreultlpq r r
I'', not least, the United Nations conference chapel of the Key-McCabe Fun- night In the church i for DradrfJrd .
Wednesday Plot
concluded ,
reoently
'' which was Home, Jacksonville. Intel'ment fictitious ..11111Ht'
I eral
of the Junior ,
In charge under "
\ annex, which I
" ,. .In Moscow was In the Dedan Cemeterynear departments. The I IIIII' hu..ln"I lnl-.n I'.W' "
Intermediate
stated that the latter Brooker.Edwards. k +. 'tlb arke. Fla g. ,
The speaker
, ', h t e y following teachers and officers | That the alii
because
victory hU'ln.., ,
,! was 'a decisive were present: Supt. P. ]1,(.. Barefoot and operated ly, the folly I'
depended Itere.ted '
Hitler's last hope partner
of the Allied To Head Rev. A. E. Llghtfoot. Joe Starke, Fla Wlilhm \.
upon a split-up Mrs. E. L. Biggs; Mrs. Dated I thli 6tb
Abernathy, day
01 ,
Moscow confer- War Fund Drive. 3918. II'
and the at ><1I<
powers H. L. Brown- rkciridIn....
\ enct clearly demonstrated that the N tiei* et Fannie Torres, Mrs, FlorlI" 1tIIt

,j Big Four-China, Russia, Great W. B. Sewell, District Chair- lee Mrs. Jesse Newsome Mrs. IV ('Iltn ir saint
W. ).I. Edwards Tom Harding. Mrs. Carol Inman, tint
Britain and the United States- man, has appointed ( 011't. FIOIIlIl1\ Ir
County Chairman Mrs. A. E. Lightfoot, Mrs. Eatl CIIi: A'.
united In to serve as
to remain t faille
were going M.K attire,
" "eace as well as in war. of the National War Fund t @ Searing.The ('".adle11
\ drive to be put on Nov. 1520. d.r f t4 ,v first regular meeting of 285.ORDErt I"p .

CommissionEugene The organization Is pot yet com- hl t t I ry r, the Workers Council, for the AND: snTlf'p'PI'AiJfA Tn'AI'P',
:acts all committees will be 8TATK plete, but held Thurs- la
,
Training Union was Alford. w h"
named and functioning by Nov. Ohio, reeldenek
andMrs. Uenei
Beam, son of Mr. Delivery.
at the church, and the
will be day night ( ID
the campaign i'lUred| |
j C. E Beam of Starke, received 15 when Bradford Coun- compose the council In ..embertn. I 1N1 r thubSl:
his commission aa a Lieu- launched to raise following ed Court mil am, "hml<

tenant in the Air Corps on Nov. ty's quota. attendance: P. M. Barefoot. Grace tiff lief seeks Hnulfi dli>rd ft.c.'"and'' ( n't,,
'mntf T
3 when he was graduated with Mr. Edwards has called a meeting I t' Phelps, Lots Newsome, Fannie Sil- shall puliliHh lhl. Ord" I

Class 43-J 'from the Army Air of the Committee for 3 o'- 4 ar'4' cox, 'Mrs. C. G. Priest, Mrs\ Wm. four weekh""'" mj MNeIseal I

Forces Advanced Flying School at clock P. M. today (Friday), :at -.- -' E. Lawson, and Joe Abernathy, of N'oveinl at Stntki, 1941. IAluridLlt I iJ
Mission, Texas.Lt. ''
Moore Field near Joe E. Wilson's office. The public : and the. Training Union presidents OFFICIAL HEAL) A J ,
of .,
Beam Is a 1911 graduate -r AI' Clerk t mild Court
Bradford County High School. Is cordially Invited to attend. 1, '" Intermediate, Seieta'Sparksand John J, Hendt'iHon Ally,
ll-& 5t 12.3
-. r ,., Junior, ,Madge Brownlee.
iv 1I1f'II'r (01 H r, HR\
('01..1.', PI.oiiii\, i Ir
Market Recent Births ('I':In'.
Tip Top Super Kthel Wcott, Plaintiff vn ,
Scott.. Defendant, Taw No
Mr.: and Mrs. G. E. Paramore, ORDER; HF PlBUCATt

113 EAST CALL ST., STARKE FLA. r.t, e Starke, Oct. 26, girl. STATE AND NOTIC'E OF; FI.OI1IDA TO APPll lo

Prices Good Through Friday & Saturday n >ir Mr. and Mrs. John William Co- Scott who., reHtdeiu Ii r.,

Starke, Oct. 29, girl. ,New York
,
perhaver
6th 1943 You are required to a p
November 5th & Mr. and Mrs. John Henry December 6th 1143 In m,.
,
named Court and taunt,
r Gtbba, Starke, Oct. 29, girl. plaintiff seeks divorce Ill

15c .IAI Mr. and Mrs. Delbert Green, County In Telegraph. four nhall,.puhif,
each 9Mh Order next .kIF
Well Bleached Celery / 9 Hellbronn Springs, Oct.. 30, boy Witness my hand and ,'

Mr. and Mrs.. Harold Kite, weal 29th.at 1943.OFFICIAL Stnrke, Florida, thti(

Starke, Nov. 2, boy. ( I 8E\t. Al,'

each 12c Mr. and Mrs. Austin James J Aa S Clerk HarrlHon of mild,, Jack.nn,1IIAth' Court
Lettuce
Large Head r5'Y Fender, Starke, Nov.. 2, boy. : for Plf U-l



YOUR CHOICE-RED, WHITE OH BLUE ib EVERY BRANCH OF3ntJurance

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Stokley's Grapefruit Juice 13cNo. Starke enjoyed one of the gayest Hallowe'en reasons on record with all USO Clubs here putting ,

forth their best efforts to provide a rollicking good time for service men, their wives and friends. The

2 Can above scenes give a,fair idea of the festivities that took place. At top (left) Cpl. Paul Andrews of H C. WALL

the Camp Blandlng IRTC Is seen crossing the finish line as the winner in the pumpkin-rolling con-

Country Kist G. B. Cora .. 12cNo. test at the'USOYMCA: Saturday night. Top (right) are Hallowe'en-hatted members of Staff Sgt. Y

Sammy Baum's Modernists; who supplied dance music for the same party. At 'rIght center (dripping AgencyConstant

uora ear to ear) are Pvt. William Young and Min Titrate Knabb, declared winners the appleduckingcontest

Can at the USO-NCCS party Wednesday night, Oct. 27. Caught with a mouthfull of doughnutsare Service Over 50 Years

Mrs. Eugene Hamm and Pfc. Robert Wilber, winners in the dunking contest at the same affair.

Trailer Garden Peas - 12c Shown below are participants In the balloon-blowing contest which was also a feature of the USO-

YMCA party Saturday night. -Photos by Sgt P. J. Ruby Please Phone 116CLASSIFIED

YOUIt CHOICE ANY BRAND CartonCigarettes

Concert Soloist son brothers, prepared, mountedand
Kingsley Villiagers
$1.49 polished, making a very attractive ADS
Met Wednesday'The' '' At Baptist Church exhibit.

The FSA booth was very attractive -
lbBoneIn Kingsley Lake Village Lt. Paul Halyard( concert soloist WANTED-Old phonoff
and WANTED
contained some In-
GRADE A meet- formerly of Ft. Myers, will 3c lb. None
Association held Us regular house or ores per
,
teresting 'educational Including apartment
features Listings on l
Roast 28c Ing at the community house Wed- sing at the morning worship ser- grits and flour made from homes for rent, located within 20 paper. Phone Ii9, PI |

Rump - nesday night with Major Pratt, ,vice at the Baptist church Sunday Egyptian Wheat; dry canned and miles of Starke Co., Starke, Fla.

conducting the meeting. I morning at 11 o'clock.
president
sprouted soy beans; a cassava 119 East Call Street WANTED, Women Opellt
GRADE A Ib Plans for Improving the village Lt. Hillyard, has appeared allover plant and cassava starch; a dehydrated W. T. CLUTE, RealtorFOR buses operating
were discussed and a War Bond the nation, and before select our BI
mixture of ,
soup peas and Camp
Beef 32c contest was decided upon as a audiences of dovernors and State SALE-1911 Buick -passenger Starke
Flesh Stew - carrots,okra, beans and squash; Apply from 8 to 11 an j
of raising funds. wife Serviceable
means Cabinets, along with his and canned goods shown by some coupe. Mr. Brantley care
to
1bSirloin Following the business session, Lucille Hlllyard,,..dramatic reader.-i of the FSA clients la the county. tires, radio, heater $1,300. Lines.
Bus
GRADE A a'delightful program was presented He is stationed at pre sent at Also another booth was made Mrs. R. C. Dampier, 'Box 71 or

Steak 44c by Mrs. Leslie ,J. Nekuda, Camp Blanding. attractive and Instructive by the phone 19-J. It FOR RENT-unfurnUbed (
- - For
vocalist, a e c ompanled by Mrs. Morning worship services will vocational\ department of the BEAUTIFUL BUILDING lots for house in Hampton.
Wm. H. Thomson,. Jr., at. the Introduce Royal Ambassador Focus Bradford County High School. see Mrs. F. M. Taylor,
1b gale. Very close In.-Mrs. Noll-
GRADE A piano. I Week also., and special recognition One 'of the principal features of man, 201 W. Madl son St., 1, Starke._
30c Refreshments were served by' will be given the 22 young this booth was the simple and eoW
Starke. Itp four
Chuck Roast - - the committee: Mrs. J. H. Cres- men who compose this group. very practical home chick brood FOR SALE -four acrei c

aler, chairman; Mrs.. Elliott Additional events connected with er. :Mr. Nettles awarded each of FOR SALE-Lot on Little Santa three 0 r utl'l'

Smoak, co-chairman; Mrs. James the observance''of Royal Ambassador the blue ribbons for exceptionalmerit. Fe Lake, 110 ft. lake front x land three miles fenced rei

Blue Rose Rice 5 Ibs. 45cUSE Orltman, Mrs. W. M.: Jones and week will be a special ser- BOO ft. Inquire R. A. Weeks, on Road Angelo'28. .Place,

:Mrs.. Tom Cook, Jr.., vice Wednesday night, begin- The Boy Scouts had an Inter- Starke.' ll2tp chickens.

YOUR TICKET NOW 5 Iba. ning at 7:30 o'clock, during which esting booth, which also deserves ----- -
two Starke young men will receive 'I HELP WANTED Men: and roolllchlfferobe
Mrs. Sabra YoungMrs. recognition. SALE-Dining
FOR
the highest award possible women to help gather pecans water
"The Fair Management is hot
25cMcCORMICK ,r In Royal Ambassadors, the rankof very I at Stevens Pecan Farm:-Eddie woodk:*
SUGAR glad to see such or
31 died splendid exhibits coal
,
Sabra Ella Young (burns
A m b a saador-plenlpotentlary. Norman, Route 2, Box 158: ,, Fli.
home of and the Interest shown", S. A. Lawt
Friday Oct. 29, at the I Starke. l12tp B. Jones
This rank awarded only to one
,
Mr, and Mrs. M. D. Young at the i Weldon, President, says, "and we BuY-Ch1ld
.other Ambassador In Florida TO
Royal
State Farm, after an Illness of are glad to see so many different FOR SALS-1 Studio Couch with WANTED E, 1. )111
ataet dQOet tt.f at several months. I i. will be given t o Charles entries competing for approximately innerspring; mattress, 1 8-tube carriage.-Mra.
; Pins
Miles.
and Billy 82.
PURE She was born near Butler1, Ala., Mooney $MO that we are paying Phllco radio, late model;' 1 phone
which In .beauty those of :
Lake Butler for equal *;; out as premiums. We expect to breakfast room suit, maple. Apply SALE-Light trail"
but, had lived In
SPICES will be FOR
placed
any great fraternity make the Fair bigger and bet- a
i W. late
R. Strickland
the past 13 years; coming there I I these 1': near 19 tires. Appiy
on boys. \
Chili Powder ________ 09c 1 1 from Fort Meade. .She was a A Father and Son banquet for I aer next year". State Farmers' Market: 1029'2t S_ E. Kennedy, KeyS\lll(

Paprika ____________ lOc member of the Baptist Church.In I members of the RA and their Daniel E. p Fla.
her husband, IraS. ForsythDaniel
Red ,Pepper _________ 07c addition to deceased is survived 'dads will be given by J the WMS IF YOU WOULD BUY OR SELL, FOR RENT-New fIlA
the
Young, on Friday night at eight o'clock E. milk cows, stock beef cattle furnithed
Forsyth 52yearoldowner cows, completely
09c ,
Seasoning ___ Charles Franklin Young, I
Poultry by a son; in the church annex. The Royal refrigerator
of the Lake Geneva Ga- stock bulls or hogs, get in Move and
'Celery Salt ________ lOc r her mother, Mrs W, sisters H. Walden and Ambassadors are led by Mrs. rage and Service Station, died at touch with J. D. Odom Jr., A. F. Sauls 61S: lclIhOStarke.
r lOc of Bartw. and five- 'Clyde Priest, who is also YoungPeople's his place of business Box 247 Starke Box 204 Lake .
_
Onion Salt ________ 2 CUfM II.d JIOUT 1 tap Mk four brothers. Wednesday, ;
1/4 water Leader for the Starke! Oct.. 27, of a heart attack. He City; Telephone 481 Lake City. TYPI1':! c
Obca cup
lOc 3/3
Garlic Salt _________ cup Funeral services were held Sat II WM3 EXPERIENCED
'r Sift flour and tol tog.t.r.R.mov.1. Baptist had been ill for three years. He Auction market every Tuesday, o fitft, i
Ground Mustard ___, 09c cup.used with*. water la form pad. urday at Fort Meade with the was a veteran of World War I, Lake City, 2:30: ; every Thursday work, general 431* 5
Ta ramatndvr of dour, cut Ohca In Rev. Mr. Driscoll, pastor of the 'BLUE RIBBONS AWARDEDFOR and a' member of the American Palatka, 2 P M. 1-6-44 job. Write BOX
......... "Into Lake Butler Methodist Church
with 2 "mla' until" fat b up FAIR EXHIBITS Legion In Starke.
I 21bi lloz. p.a ilia pisses Stir flour- pad "Into officiating. Interment was In the i Mr. Forsyth was born In South HOTEL ROOMS 000 yds. from muiS I
Pride Washing: Crbca-flour- .- Gather .........r Pleasant Grove Cemetery at Fort (Continued from page one) Bend Ind., but moved to Blanding gates. Hot/and cold LOST-black mare SOO

POWDER.4 __.. 16c "Into bad and..."" .,to floured- .board. Mead and arrangements were In County about 30 Clay water, showers. Reasonable old weighing *' bit
At Individual pi years ago from left
Rod out dough Cut to Miss Ona Demorest Crochet "Ton
of DeWitt C. Jones. ; rates.-Larry's Place ed
charge Kingsley
Connellsvllle leadlsfcover
or shallow muffin ,..... Prick liberally Pa. He is survived information
..
Mrs. Mary Dyal, Mrs. Lake.
for
bedspread RIll
hot oven by his father C 11-5 2tp
with)'lark Bad hi moderately J. Forsyth: C. KeUy
Penick 3 Boxes 40O.. When cool, fill with auorted For Emergencies U H. Futch. Mrs. Mlley Wynn; three sisters, Mrs. Ruby Snow LOST /. D. .
canned frvlri.Pour over cream filling or Quilt or top Mrs: M. I*. Watter- and Mrs. Blanche (recently) in taxi Soldier's Box: 13S. Starke.sSv

STARCH ___? lOc fruit syrup thickened. with' corratarch Mayor Chas. A. Darby would son. Mrs.'Jess tee; Lasenby, Mrs. Lake Geneva;' and Cunningham Mrs. of reddish brown fitted case. COCtSi
J. R. Shutord-'Tutted bedspread, Maude Finder please return to the dull re and 2 rID'
like for the people of Starke to Heckelbower of Three Rivers
CT POINT-THRIFTY Mra. T. L. Bradford County for
Mr.. J. C. Williams, Telegraph senUmeawI
realize that the police phone, Mich.; three brothers; Ray For- reward. prized for ].
6 Bottles Mrs. Rogers TatUng, Mrs. Itp
Casny. ;
returned
syth of Conne1 vlll.
Pa.. If
which I In situated under the stair I L. H. Futch. Charles Reward Wee'Hoagland
4Vf 31
I COCA-COLAS 25c CRISCO Forsyth of Marathon. Fla., and FOUND-. Watch and other ar-I Ix ,
leading up over Drucker'sjewelry Winners of school exhibits
steps Eldon Forsyth of Englewood, N. tlcles. Owner may have by :
on the corner of Call and Starke Rising' Hampton' .Gra- J. identifying same and paying Furnlbed

3 Boxes FOR ALL YOUR COOKING Walnut streets,'' is strictly an ham. Funeral services were conducted ; for this ad. Inquire at Bradford FOR RENT -miles aoGainesville

Table emergency telephone, and should Several exhibits were awarded at the Keystone Heights Com- County Telegraph. lip ment 2 1-2 hlghv.f.

SALT __..___ 10c 3 lb. Jar 74c be used only as such. It was put blue ribbons for honorable men- munity Church at 2:30 o'clock

there so that police could be con- tion including three sets of cow Sunday afternoon, the Rev. George AUCTION SALE today (Nov. 5) Goodge. '

tacted quickly In case of a horns entered by Lawson's Meat Farrar, pastor of the Church, of at ,Heart Haven five miles \yest SuE-ChUd':; : .mar

Ib. 37c threatened burglary or any other Market. These were taken from ficiating. Eight members of the of Jacksonville on U, S. High FOR R. C. '
Florida Pork Chops, such trouble. animals butchered by the Lair- Jones-Langford-White Post of.the way CO. Morri dairy herd to chair: -J Ir" I,-J.
I be sold. It 71 or phonei





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