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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 12, 1943
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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County 1* asked to I
[ circuit Court Grand Jury, In With all the glitter and fan
raise a''total quota of :5,800,00:
brought !In
ion here Monday fare of a Hollywood premiere,, l
of first-degree murder p t for the Florida War Fund drive "
e i bill Starke turned out Thursday nightof 1 j o I
J.fwhIch
case of Mrs. Edna Peele,, In the nationwide campaign
he i last week to swell Army)

?*wtey, who on August 14 kill- Emergency Relief coffers as first starts Monday, Nov. 13, \: ;,
and wounded ,
Ancll Thompson nighters Jammed the Florida The quota will Include $4.948.75:
Bennett, Jr., O sle Bell
hard
Theatre for the benefit premiereof
assigned the state
by organization
In front -
fctlns and Kd Starling 7 fb I1Vin '''Berlin's tuneful musical,
of business In Law. to take care of all war;! contributions '
(her place "This la The Army".
When arral g n e d before except Red Cn, and
Every seat In the theatre was
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.?,, A. Z. Adkins she pleaded filled, thanks to the untiring efforts s'5 ,4sa the remainder Inc Iud e local
and her trial was set 5
guilty, 6.The of a committee headed by + causes, such as Boy Scouts, local
Dec.
A. M. Monday,
ho .
sentenced George Mrs. C. A. Knight, and gross receipts ____ welfare, etc., all of which will oe
Judge totaled 94315. Throughthe
Miami sailor solicited at the same time.
Lrt the
Howard
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cooperation of" Warner Brew.,,
J, pleaded guilty to a charge .. who made the film, and Mrs. T. W, M: Edwards, who has accepted -

ft t he "attempted t o commit Lt. Eugene',Beam, who receivedhis F. Grady, owner of the Florida chairmanship of the drivein

V In the case,of a 15-year-old commission In the Air Corps Theatre, the entire amount, with r Bradford County, explains that

Uugustina girl here June 25, at Moore, Field, near Mission, the exception of federal ,tax, hue combining ail- .drives in one big

[serve 14 months In the State Texas last week. Is spending a I been turned over to Army Emergency campaign mean' that those contributing *

lltentlary. He also sentenced furlough here with his parents Relief. I will not be faced with r

Ernie Ricks, a minor, who Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Beam. Lt !. one campaign after another dur-
kited guilty to a charge of Beam is a 1941 graduate ot'BHSand A colorful scene unfolded on I ing the coming year. This' one r
Call St., just before the premiereas Picture*above are some of the winners of Individual first prIzes at the Bradford County FallatWAek '
to serve big drive will take of
buy of an automobile, has many friends here who care everything
giant Army searchlights played ((1st ): Glen Conner 1st for honey; K. B. Watteraon, hat for
L In the Industrial School congratulate ,him on his achieve ,; From; left to right row prize except Red Croon, which
years Boys at Marlanna, "unlesser ment. over the entrance to the the sweet potatoes'and turnips; Mrs. May Touchton, 1st for canned meats. Second row (left to right) I will not come until next spring.At .

[ discharged by proper au- atre, while an Center Infantry band Replace from Mrs. T. L. Casey, 1st for pillow case; Mrs. Ruth Frazier, 1st for pickles; Mrs. W. H. Smith 1st for a meeting held last Friday

Ity". The Judge added the ment Training under the direction knitted cap and;booties; John B.' GrIffis, let for sugar cane; Mrs. D. W. Moore, tai for snap beans: afternoon, Mr. Edwards appoint

iment that If he should not Trustees Named Camp of Blanding Warrant, Officer ,Harold S. Mis. ,R, R.. Pi-jvatt. let for 1 doz. brown. eggs; Mis. L H. Futch, winner of four lilt prizes; fresh fruit, ed Jos. E. Wilson, Louis Shafkla

epted at Marlanna, he would ; Shanet, provided martial music In jollies, fruit Juice and tatting: Mrs. K. B. Watteraon, 1st for canned vegetables and 1st for canned and Mrs. Myrtice Carpenter to ,

fnt to the State Prison\ at front of the theatre. fruits;' Mrs. *t.<,L. Watteraon, 1st for quilt; and County Agent L. T. Dyer, who served as general serve a* chairmen of committeeson "

ford for five years. Fixed manager for+tbe,fair exhibits. Photos by Sit P, J.. Ruby. solicitation, and other chairmenwill II
Millage Guest of honor at the premierewas
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(Robert Pender, who pleaded be named later Mr. Edwards 'I I
Brig. Gen. I.. A. Kunzlg,,
fit? to a charge of "aggravated will visit other towns la the '
commanding off leer of Camp I'
Jault", was fined $25 and Court county In an effort to get every
'The County Board of Public in his Project
Blanding, and Included Negro 'I
lu. Will Bowen and pleaded was guiltya given Instruction met In special session I party -were Col. Harry A. Johns 1 1J drive.community lined/ up behind the "R{
similar charge !
at Its office In the Courthouse ton, post executive officer; Col. I
[like sentence. Joseph Lobue Monday morning to canvass the Charles S. Denny, finance officer,, Closed Out "Our goal is a heavy one," said Ii

rged with grand larceny, and Trustee and Millage elections held and Lt. Col. James R. Byerly,, .p! .r alx ..F Mr. Edward, "but it Is only our -I

1 Cone, with larceny of hogs, Tuesday Nov. 2, In the various police officer. t F. fair part of the national goal of ([

t placed on ,the absenteeket # 123000000.: The people of Bradford :t
special tax school districts.' The
Introduced by' Lt. George B. The FPHA 'project No Fla.- -
at
not being in custody County, well as of all
as
results' of the election are as follows Stanley, acting Army Emergency 8218, which consisted of 180! 1
time. America Are called to
: Relief officer at Blanding Gen Negro family units, has not only upon give 'j
larceny
of grand
charge
e heavily but assured that In
are
At Hampton, District No.2t.. eral Kunzlg greeted the audienceIn been halted, but has been definitely ,
,
ward Manning was
lost Eli doing will not be called
so they
M. Matchett elected with 11 the ,Z
was a brief speech, thanking cancelled, and detailed.clerical
and the followingwere
!Ie
pressed, to give to similar drivesdutJn
the votes, W. H. Hall and G. P. Wads- people of Starke and communityfor work, such as settling i upon
nolle prossed at .
of State Attorney T. E. worth, Jr., were elected with 121 their enthusiastic support of with the contractor, Thomas P. the months to come. .
it
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Elbeit Jenkins, charged ,each, and the mlllage was set at3hmllls. A. E. R. Coogan, of Little Rock, Ark., Is rwa "The National- War' Fund Is. be.
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larceny loft ,an automobile; ., or W B." Sewell, commander of underway. s r'Q'B.Smith' / ,. Project : i iY Ing' raised for t'h'e'J USO the

Roy Ford, assault with Intent Starke,'DIstrICt No. 3, reelectedK. the Jones-Langford-Whlte Post t Engineer for the FPHA, stat United Seamen's Service, WarPrisoners'

murder: Willie Thomas rule G. Duncan with 40, S.. A. Wei- American Legion, under whose ed yesterday The I Con t ractor AId Belgian Relief Society -'

negligence; N. G. Moody, don with 41 and Orle A. Wiggins sponsorship the premiere was arranged will be paid off Saturday and the British. War Relief Society

ictallng stolen property; Hogan with 43. and the millage was greeted the camp officials project definitely closed out, he lt French Relief Fund, Friends of
Greek Relief
Luxemburg War
1th, Jr.. assault with intent to set at 6 mills. at the door, assisted by a committee said. ,
No. 6 W. H. of Legion members and Association, Norwegian Relief, Polish -
rder. Lawtey, District Anything that la done will haveto War Relief Queen Wllhemlna
The Grand Jury Is composed Edwards! Jr., 45: Louis H. Hill their wives. start from scratch, Mr. Smith rid
Fund, Russian War Relief, United
Charles A. Futch, foreman; 45, and O. J. Phillips 40; millage Cpl. Lou Helfenbeln, former stated. His own personal Idea Is China Relief, United Czechoslovak

L Reddinh, alternate foreman; 4. Broadway showman, s e r ved as that no negro houses will be
Relief United Relief
Yugoslav
a Crosby, H. H. Howard Vanderbilt District No. 10 Wil- master-of-ceremonIes for the, all- erected In Starke, though that y. Fund, Refugees Relief Trustees,

gene Crosby, Fred Halslop, Cal lIam Sapp 10 L. L. Renfroe 9, Army stage show which preceedcd vtflll, have to be decided> after the U. S. Committee for Care of Eu- '

Glisson, O. C. Cason, N. S.rrlah and'Rodman Reddish 8, 5 mills. the .feature film. Included on the proponed survey has been made.! Children.

J. K. Douglas, Samuel Graham, District. No. 11, .E. T. well-balanced program were numbers He is also Inclined to think that K ropean
itehead. R. A.nchard Pvt. Massano be better suited "To get it all over with at once
Russell Carter, Abernathy 15: E. Strickland 13, by Guy accordionist FHA houses would added
local
J. B. Prevatt, Ed W. Carl. Jones 16; millage 10. formerly with the Mor- for Starke than the type pro- we have 1,000 for
to which would other-
roan, Howard Mott, Harry H.wit ton Gould program on CBS sta- posed. causes you
and Russell Judd. I New River, District No. 12, tions; guitarist Pvt. AI Perils; wise be asked to give at an early
'Stafford Crews 14, M. L. Johns date:
The Petit Jury was composed Andrews 12 10 pianist and arranger Sgt. Don Soldiers Council Shown above Is a portion of the Hampton exhibit which was
Chester
,and ;
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Herbert Jackson. J. and baritone 'Art "You have'already heard much
Prescott, Meyers, Cpl. awarded the purple ribbon as Grand Champion of community' exhibits -
BS, N. J. Davis, Obey Moody, mill Cohen. The IRTC band also Elects .Officers'' the Bradford Fair last week. Mrs. May Touchton, over the radio about this cam-
County
D. Dyai and H. C.' Harley and Hellbronn, District, No. 15 W. played during the stage,presentation. at committee', paign and you have read much In
discharged at the close of C. Clemons :5, Ancll Norman 5 and At a meeting of the Soldier's principal of the Hampton School, was chairman of the : the papers. W. feel that many I

Court session Monday.Rev. ,E. A. Greene 5; 10 mills. A block of 35 tickets that could Council held at the USO-YMCA arranging the exhibit. I! already understand ,the necessityfor

[ A. E. Light foot, pastor of Rising District No. 16, LonnIe not be used by their purchasers 'Wednesday evening, Nov. 6, the giving heavily. Your contrIbution

First Baptist Church of Crawford 14. B. M. McRae 13 andJ. were presented by the committee following' officers were elected: Public Health Nurse Tuneful "Dixie" is not only a gift but It is l

'rke, pronounced the Invocation R. Kelley 14; S mills. to service men who. have seen Chairman Sgt. Gobert W an Investment for suffering humanIty

the opening at 10 A. M. Judge Brooker, District No. 18 A. 1. overseas duty and are now back Weimer, Camp Blanding. Goes To CallahanMrs. Comes To Florida /" Mr. Edwards stated.

Z. Adkins presided over the ses"i. Green Jr., 75; H. B. Crosby 71 in the States. Included In this Vice Chairman Sgt. Frank

with T. E. Duncan, State and R. E. Hazen 46; millage 8 group eras Starke's Cpl. RobertG. CummIngs, Keystone Army Air Carolyn Inman, public the gayest, most glamorous entertaInment Center Restaurant

torney, and Joe Hill Williams, mills. Green, who was awarded the 'Base. ,health nurse with the Bradford the old South ever
Health Unit, has bean knew-the minstrel show- Changes Hands
Blatant State Attorney, assist- Purple Heart for wounds received Secretary Sgt. Clarence Os- County great
transferred to, Nassau County, is 1 technlcolor In
K the Court. IRTC! Chorus while serving In the Southwest tetn, Keystone Army Air Base and will'leave for Callahan Saturday "Dixie"reproduced, costarrlnaBing n Crosby Mr. and Mrs. Joe Decker, after
Pacific. Assistant Cpl. Son-
AudienceThe Secretary to take up her duties there. and Dorothy Lnmour. which will operating the mantling Center
rolume) Delights Karmouikl W A C
Smallt nle' SCamp *
She was formerly with the Unit be shown at the Florida Theatre Cafe for the past few weeks, left

t Pecan SaleThe IRTC chorus delighted a Scott Buys HomeWilbur Bland ing. as Secretary, then, after completing Sunday and Monday. yesterday for Norfolk Va., where

of music lovers Sunday At this meeting plans were discussed a 9-months-cours at William they will enter a similar business.!
crowd and
large does a lot of singing
Ming
for the
first was Club A. Scott, who for the next meeting which & in Richmond! The local cafe wilt withina g
sale of pecans afternoon at the USO Mary College the of Dan Emmett, re-open
:'Id at the State Farmers Mar- operated by the YMCA. The past seven months has been; an will be held Wednesday night, I Va.,* she returned as public health the plays first of part the nation's beloved few days under new manage-

t at Starke Tuesday, Nov. 9, lounge was filled with botl1 soldiers employe of Quigley & Davis, and November' 17 at 7:30: p, MThe I nurse, which capacity she ha minstrel men. The story tells ment, Eric B. Hyde stated yester

I* 712 pounds selling for $208or civilians. The well balanced has had an apartment at the usa Council Is proving to be a filled here for the past several be
ad "Dixie" to
how the came day.Mr.
home of his father, F. A. Scott, real Service to the USO. song
Hyde has leased the bar
nearly 29 cents average. Included both sacred months. ,
program and written and of how the first minstrel -
:Vera! large buyers were present, and secular numbers.The on the corner of Temple the Her small daughter 'Janet, will show shocked and then the patio and the amusement center ,
d were thee Washington, has purchased Medal For HeroismSgt. at Blandlng Center and, along
at School
disappointed chorus sponsored by Julius L. attend the Experimental Jn thrilled the South and, subsequently -
by
'" house now occupied
volume of nuts offered fr. L. T. Fagan and directedby St. Tallahassee, while her, husband, all America.Six with Eddie Davis, has leased the
Chaplain 330 North Cherry ,
Thorn at Wm. J. McMillen restaurant.
formerly Bradford County' Mr. Davis also has
Lt. George Inman
J. S. Greenfield. at hit tunes and six be-
there an
Major and to move new
expects
However, the crop Is short this accom stationed at Keystone Army AirField Representative In the State Legis. the Bar-B-Q stand and the other
W Haight served as wa I old make a beautiful
loved ones
date.The
A. property
lar and the first, sale Is never early who recently married Miss lature, U in the U. S. Naval Reserve concessions across the street from
reo It Is expected that the aale panist. bought from Mrs. Fenella Pratherof JimmIe Davis of Starke, was as a Seabee; In a brief score that will long be remem- I BlandIng Center .
t Before and after the program Los Angeles and').11811 Louise awarded the "Soldier's Medal for bered. Bing is exceptionally good!
Tuesday will be larger, statement to' the public Mrs In-
lea will be held each Tuesday punch wall served by Mrs. W B. Snyder of Starke and the conIlderation Heroism;; on Nov. 1. He I la now said singing the new "Sunday. Mondayor
W.. Koch. Mr. Scott man : and "If You Please", Super OptimismPostmaster
111 1 the first In Decem- Sewell and Mrs. L. was $2,950, stationed at Keesler Field Miss., Always"
r. Tuesday I Members of .the chorus were stated Tuesday. but on August C at the KeystoneAir "Upon leaving Bradford County, He also does right by such old Fred F. Stump hada
delicious supper prepared Thorn Director of the I wish to express my appreciation favorites aa "Dixie" and "Swing
served a Mr. Field he was crossing the letter this week from his
: Mrs. W. L.. Blair and served USO-YMCA Mrs. Thorn'and family when to the Churches, Red Cross, Low Sweet Chariot",
air Concludes by runway in a jeep a pilot W o m a"n" II Club, Draft Board brother A.. Welles Stump New
: b y Misses Frances Opperman will move Into a new FHA whose plane rwas afire was land- York attorney In which he said
Legionnaires Schools Press and
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uccessful WeekThe 1 Patsy Keene Frances Peek, Abble howe now being erected by Mrs. Ing. Sgt. McMlllen helped rescue other organizations and citizens Resumes NBC WorkPaul that the people there thought the

Harley and Louise Snyder. Bertha Pearce Immediately back the pilot from the burning plane.He war with Germany would be over
who have me such Iplendllcooperation
third Bradford County I Later In the evening the chorus of F. O. Holllngswor.th's home on Is now an air cadet trainingto given while I worked In E. Knight has been recuperating very soon. The New Yorkers

aponsore'd by the local sang again and recordings were! South Street, as soon as it Is' oe a pilot. I at the home of his par.- were' basing their Judgment
lllerlcall various numbers on 0 this county. ents Col' and Mrs. D. P Knight
Legion Post, closed Ita made of the ready for occupancy. among other things, on the condition -
t'day run Saturday night with I the USO voice recording machine. WomenKill Snake I From a lenghty Illness in the Sta- of the Stock Exchange.Thinking .

.total of 6,081'persons having I I Timber Farm SoldMrs. Rent Reminder tion Hospital, Camp Croft, S. C., hat Hitler was soon

d "mission'to enter the gate Draft Board Ordinarily women are afraid of where he received a Medical Discharge to capitulate*and that war materials -
the Rent
i the fact that
addition Although of stomach disorder
ho to the school children Carrie Ward recently purchased snakes, but Mrs. Nit a Dobbs, ,.because a would not then be neededIn
were admitted free of charge Changes HoursW. from Mr. and Mrs. HarryH. Control office bait hours in Starkeon *
? ,... : manager of the Southern 5 cent such abundance, those particular t
el'day. ,I Jr., chaIrmanof Ford, of Polk County, a 141-I' to $1 store intimated last week Tuesday of each week has He has Improved, sufficiently to stocks that dealt in war

Officials of the Fair Association H, Edwards Selective Service Board acre turpentine farm near the that her mother and grandmother been well publl c I led, Wm. L. return to his former position with material, took some nose dives

ta teased tstlsfactlon at the re- Local Bradford County, announces Brooker road fix miles south of Mrs. Ines Kelly and Mrs. Duke, administrator, states that I the National Broadcasting Company which set them to thinking.

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' there being no fair wt that Thursday $1,700. Within a few days she live: ones thsn of dead ones! still going to the Gainesville office Tuesday afternoon t o resume
held on Lawtey Baptist
f nut of respect to the request uture will be week from 8 to 9 re-sold the property to Lawrence Hence, when they ran over a apparently unaware that work there.

!'OlIo ldent! Roosevelt and Oovr night of instead each of Thursday afternoons Wiggins. Brooker turpentine man. rattle snake with their car near they can see him here at 'much For more than two years priorto Sunday School 10 A. M. Morning -

on 'Holland In their consldera- o'clock 4"'to 5 o'clock as has There are a house and five' their home at Sunny Brook Farm less trouble and expense.Mr. his Induction In, the Army 18 Worship 11 o'clock, subject
from
A the war effort. In the past. acre of cleared land on the six miles east of Starke recently, Duke and an assistant are months ago, he was a memberof Knowledge". Evening ,Worship

"> flats detailed statement will been the practice who wish to con-: : tract and all the rent of the they got out and finished killingIt In Starke all day each Tuesdayand the staff In the Music De- 1:30 o'clock, subject "Th Lord Is '

(dYen' next week when the Registrants board are asked to I acreage la\ In timber and la.being, with a pole. It had eight rattles may be interviewed upstairs partment of N. B. C. In Radio My Shepherd",Herbert Hazzard.

"Stark': *. S' A. Weldon, returns ult note with the change the !In time. l turpentined. and a button. In the courthouse. City. pastor,


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BRADFORD COUNTY TKIJCGRPII. STtRKE. FLORID 'FRIDAS'. XQ1Fy
TWO ._ ___ r a It
I The event Mrs. Eddie Norman Sunday.: I I t E.
friends. Norman.
are too well known in the South! cottage prayer meeting at the for her by
THE BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH I home of Mr. and Mrs. R. M. was greatly enjoyed by all. Mr. and Mrs. James Norman Remember the
p. s.--Bill Is home again on I Crosby! Thursday night of last Mrs. Joule Hall, Mrs. Fred and little: son of Jacksonville I I at Corinth Bapu,servIce.B
Ktabllshed 1877f one of those frequent visits that II week. Ellie and small son of Green spent the week-end with Mrs. J. body invited Chard
have won for him the title of I Mr. and Mrs. Delma Gassett Cove arrived Sunday to send a .
Edward Lee, of few days'with"J. W. Robertson.Mrs. ..a.--...-
MBMBERP1.OR1114 == r-7l "furlough king" I don't know and little lion ---
PRESS; AssociAnoNNAUQNAL \\ whether the Army is rewarding I Paupau Mich' pent last week W. H. Smith was in Jack --.
him for good behavior or Just I with Mrs. Gossett's parents, Mr. sonville Monday on business. Prompt Service Careful
ASSOOATION\0 trying to get rid of him in a and Mrs. B. Jf, Stalling. They Mrs. Annie Rye and little Drive;
nice way. He's still fighting the were on their"way to Ruskin, daughter, Barbara, of Palatka,
E. I, 1\llItll1l'\\1I __ ____.._ Editor and Owner Battle of Fort Benning and from where they will make their home spent one day last week visitingher
his looks I think ,he's got those during the winter months. sister, Mrs. Ray Goodge. Starke Taxi Serve
I Army meat-points whipped to a Mr. and Mrs A. F. Hall and Gene Bell, who Is working In
SUSCRIJ'TlON RATE frazzle He weighs around 250 i children, of Jacksonville, spent spent the week-end herewith
Yearly, H1.73\ ; Six MonlliN, $1.00 when he's hungry, and gracious the week-end here with Mis. Tampa his parents Mr. and Mrs.L. Phone 150
knows how much when he ain't, I Hall's parents, Mr. and Mrs H. Bell. '
I'uhliahrd \\'e.'ldy i>n "'rlclll>'n and Entered. a* Second Clan Matter but hasn't been discharged yet for M. McRae. ParrUh and chil-
Ruby
Mrs.
blood or yellow Mrs. H. M. McRae and daughters -
high
at the Punt Office lit StarkFlorliU.. pressure ,Saturday In Starke., Day
blood pleasure. No disrespects to Mrs. Robert Myrlck and dren spent M
those who suffer from either. I've Miss Odessa McRae, and Joseph Rev. C. C. Butler, of, Long
Agreement In MoscowThere been scared myself and know just G. Schultz were visiting In St. Bridge, filled his regular ap- -
here Sunday and was
how It feels. Augustine Sunday. pointment -
has been nothing but praise of Secretary Cordell Mr. and Mrs. H. :M. McRae accompanied by his wife and -
PINE LEVELBy had as dinner guests last Friday daughter. DRY CLEANING
&
Hull in Washington since the news came through of the TAILORING
Aim. II. M. Mcltae Rev and Mrs. W. E. Hall, of
signing of the Moscow\ Pact. Less than two years have Green Cove and Misses Muriel RISING Service
Quick High
passed since the United States discovered that the Soviet Rev. W. E. Hall, of Green and Inez Layton, of Valdosta, Ga., liy Mr*. Eddie Norman / Quality Work
Cove Springs, filled his regular of Pitts-
and Joseph Schultz
Communist Government was not so bad as we had supposed. appointment at Pine Level Church burg Pa., Mr. and Mrs Gordon Jones and
Links of friendship have been strengthened in a remarkablyshort fast week-end and baptism was little daughter.Carolyn, of Lake NEW METHOD CLEANERSMr.
4 space of time; and whereas less than 60 days ago held at Crosby Lake Sunday af I Wales, were visiting Mrs. Jones'
with ternoon.Mr. SAMPSON CITY parents, Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Norman and Mrs. E. O. Edwards, Proprietors
reeked
every discussion of Russia in Washington suspicion and Mrs. B. M. McRae and I ,' last week.
and distrust, a new respect and admiration for' the children were visiting relatives. in By *Louis Yarned Mr. and Mis. Dick Raulersonand PHONE 135 315 TEMPLE: An
Stalin government has developed in recent weeks. ,Lake City Sunday. Mrs. J. L. Wynn celebrated her ( Mrs. Rachel Green and
A large number of people from'Pine 60th birthday'anniversary Sunday daughter Nellie, and little grandson STARKE, FLORIDA
All of us must feel] relieved now that most of the suspicions and
Level visiting Mr
And Rising attended Nov. 7, with a dinner given Clyde were
have been removed and understandings set down in
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black and white by the governments of the United States, .. .
Great Britain, China and Russia. Thus we have in the

triumph at Moscow a great victory for the United Nations. '

Perhaps in the long run it may be regarded as more of a
victory than any yet achieved on the battlefront.The BACK THE TEA !

United States Senate has put its okeh on the Moscow -

Pact. Such measures as the Connally resolution, the ,
Ball-Burton-Hatch-Hill resolution, and the Fulbright resolu

tion may be revised somewhat before final ]legislative action
is taken, because they must harmonize with the Moscow SEE EVERY HOME GAME THIS SEASO

Pact.

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'War Fund ExplainedOn :

the eve of the opening of the National War Fund ,
drive in Bradford County it is helpful to read an explanation B. H. S. vs BUNNELL Fri. Nov. 1

of the service rendered by the agencies included. Suchan ,

explanation has been made by Dr John J. Tigert, presi-

dent of the University of Florida, and state chairman 'of .

the drive, who says that these agencies include services for
ADMISSION
the armed forces and their auxiliaries, such as the. USO :

with its recreational and morale sustaining program and BRADFORD

camp shows, and the United Seamen's Service, with a similar .1" ADULTS 55c
type of program for merchant seamen, together with con- r
valescent and rest homes, not only in this country but also e .
in the principal ports on all convoy routes.It PARK "- STUDENTS AND
also embraces aid to war prisoners, including prison-

ers' packages, invalid. medical and food packages for Greek SERVICE ,MEN

Yugoslav, French, Polish, Czechoslovak and Belgian prisoners 8:30 P. M.
of war, as well as educational and recreational programs 30c

conducted in prison camps by the War Prisoners' Aid Committee -

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t
Another, notable service is that rendered in the formof

relief for occupied countries. Provision for food, and

medical supplies is made whenever it ia possible to distribute i

them in Greece, Poland, Yugoslavia, Czechoslovakia, Nor-
way and Belgium. 943 SCHEDULE

Help is rendered to unoccupied areas in the form of
-
medical] supplies and clothing for Russia, support of hos

pitals, nurseries, children's homes, ambulance units, etc., in .
24 Lake Butler 13 BHS 18
Britain and the French colonies. Support of similar pro- Sept.
,.. .
grams in China, with the addition of maintenance of educa- : ,

tional and technical institutions, is also given. Training of 13 BHS 0
Oct. 1 Alchua ,
and .. ...,....- .... .
doctors nurses and the support of self-help work pro- .

grams also are maintained. .. t ; .
Assistance to refugees of the war is carried on by the Oct 8 Green Cove 19 B. H. S. 13

Polish War Relief, Belgian Relief Society and the United

Czechoslovak Relief Fund, Care of evacuees through the .
Oct. 15 Newberry 18. B. H. S. 19
United States Committee for the Care of European Childrenand
fOct21
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the Refugee Relief Trustees is another important phaseof t. _

the work. Baldwin 0 .. B.. H. S:46Oct$29
Community services for civilians at home are established i .

in solving family problems, protecting and guiding and ,

operating foster homes'for children, and in providing health Hastings 7 B. H.S., 27

and hospital services for the ill and handicapped. Recrea- i .. 5 5ti .-

tional guidance also is provided by growing youth. .. Novi:5: Bolles 25 B.H. S. 13
"These services give some idea of the magnitude of the .
responsibilities that are. imposed upon the 17 agencies; I t ,>,, ,.. .

which make up'the National War Fund," Dr. Tigert said. ... '' NOVlJ2, ; t' Bunnell .r ,' 55 .. Here

"For the support of these undertakings, all born of "'"'., !\..,p'J, '';. 11Itfl.; fmWl1lI/-I/;..;.,' .. '.,< '\". '.". ,
; ':'' .
; I .
the war effort, the National War Fund is'appealing to patri- ,"YNov (,; r',' '
19' "
There'
otic Americans to contribute $125,000,000," Dr. Tigert said, Jasper 5
"and here in Florida we are asked to give $1,417,500, or .t'. ,,\
slightly more than 1 per cent of the national budget." ,
Nov:24 High Springs Here

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w J-A-'V SCHLITZ & OLD MILWAUKEE' ;STARKE BEAUTY SHOP STARKE' DRY CLEANERS !

BEER 1 LINNIE FOGG McCULLEY, Mgr. LAUNDRYSAM

By J. L. HARREIX
", ROSENBERG & SON EASTERN AUTO SUPPLY ALVAREZ STORE

More than 400 years ago there fiah-balt. This In Itself would not ,
f was a civil war In Ireland and be so bad If it were not for the DENMARK CARL JOHNSMAUDE'S
. ( THE GUIDON GRILL FURNITURE
the two parties were known as fact that they will fuss and quarrel CO.
the Orange and the Green. :My as long as they both live LUNCH ROOMJ.
wife's forefathers were Orange i about who won the war and_I'll H. C. WALL
H. COURTMANCH-Jeweler AGENCY
and mine were Green. As far as have to sit and listen to the row, Insurance
we two are concerned the war la while trying to keep my wife LADY FAIR BEAUTY SALON]
still going onf from butting In. KIDD'S SINCLAIR SERVICE LEI LA' S
The strangest thing about the However, there seems to be one HOTELKOCH
Irish Is that their blood will not thing that Bill and Keeffee agree DRESS SHOP AND BEAUTY SALON MAGNOLIA
mix. The Oiange and Green may I DRUG STORE
on. Each wishes for a certain d' CENTERRESTAURANT
Intermarry, but their c h 11 dren i : BLANDING
will either be one or the other- I Philadelphia school teacher to be THE ELECTRIC SHOE SHOP
never a duke's mixture. I the slster-tn-law of the other one. ,A. M. DARBY'S Across From Park Theatre.
My lion Bill shows his mother'sblood lOb well, as my wife says, it'sbetter TAVERN
BOB'S
while Keeffee has mine. I
Bill chose the Army and Keeffeethe to have a yankee daughter- GUY'S MARKET A & P FOOD STORE Agentf
Navy. Keeffee call. Bill a in-law than no daughter-in-law at H. E. TUCKER, Sinclair
yard-bird, and Bill calls Keeffee I all, and it seems that my eons
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NOVEMBER 12, 19.3 BRADFORD 1'AGFTHREE:
iY COUNTY TELEGRAPH STARKLY FLORIDA _
i;

kickoff back be. I. hall cease and terminate.K. No tier :13rd 1943 In the above ,
brought the next ::. W. HCAH onOt'nlf. ..iinted Court: and cause wherein
FORD hind a fast-charging line to again Director, Slate Heveraiie Department plin; : miff seeks divorce I Bradford i

IRAQ SCHOOL JOURNALSTAFF I cross the Tornado goal, substitute of Florida, Tallahassee 11-6. lit, Klorlda. 1S-3 County i order Telegraph In next shall.four punllennils weekly .\

Back Pagan lot carrying over for Issues.Wliness.
the score. Twice during the last ,\ 1'11551'r'o: III'. ISIS U..OHII my hand and official. I
CO vr%', FI.OHIIItl I'M. "'Ii\V- seal at stark, Florida, thin Octouer .
quarter Starke threw a scare In. l'9:1t Y. 20th., 194.1.i .
the visitors took to Carn'ilne'HurKln. Non ('nnposMentlc i (OFFICIAL 8EAI.' ) A. J. Thomas
tot, aa they Jessie Bill Whaley. her I \H .I..k. of said Court.
I Edlto.-m-Chtef. 1 B. H. S Bows To Bolles Friday Night the air In an effort to score guardian by Petitioner, v.. John P.JurlCln. T. Frank J-nnUrum, Miarke, Florida.

dole Wlmberly Lineman Reddish solved the prob. \ Defendant fane N... S7&S.OIUlKIl A It)'. for Pit ___ JO-2 4t 11-12
OK PUBLICATION
C0-E(litor lem of slopping the visitors by AND NOTICK TO APPIOAK IV ('IIICI I la' I01HT. Illl \.>FOIIItf'INrt >
Sewell I School Presents Tornadoes Meet tackling so hard ho caused Fullback STATE OK FkorilDA 10! Joint P. a"I.OI"U' lIIIAN- .
Virginia I I RONOR ROLL .
Friedland to fumble. Mc- Ftui'Kln whose reeldence la Un xI I.111.Krik;
hrl..t..II..II.. '
i
Plaintiff
Biographies Their known. vs.
color Roberta Whitfield Fine ExhibitsAt 121 h Grade StrongestOpposition Rae recovered for Starke and the You are required tn appear on .Kw. .-n lirlHiwiitfeii. J>. .,,"d,,"I. Can
... .
n2en Marjorie Davis end of the game found the Tornadoes December 6t h.. ItM.I, In the abets \ ol'fliKfl:
County FairThe Lola named Court and, whereinllHlntlff OF PtTOLIC'TIONANP
'*8 Blecha Mary Jo Caldwell cause
Darby Peek moving across the 50 eeekn Ifder t o V.catw NOT ICH TO .\('1"IilttI't'ATt.1 :

Fdiiar Wilkinson Bradford Billy Colson Dolores Creekmore A strong Bolles team from on alternate passes and line Final Decree, llradford County' I ( OF FLORIDA to Karen \
County Fair 'hrstuoe.'n: whuae residence ta
TeleKraph shall publish thin OrderIn
'
.- Lola Blecha which terminated Saturday, proved Haven Crosby Marjorie Davis Jacksonville Invaded Bradford plunges.The next four weekly teeuee.Wltne : Maretal Denmark. I tNovemher
Features Davis Myrtle Dobbs Mary Drlskell Park last Friday night to annex Bolles line was by far the **-* my hand, nnd official You are required to appear on
Jimmy a great
success.
Sponsored '
Caldwelt. 19th.
by 1043 In the above
Meal at stark, flin' November
Ida. this

Faxon. Phyllis Martin. the American Legion It was com- Dorothy Faxon. John Hall Phyl- their first win of the current sea heaviest and fastest the Torna- 3rd. IH43.OFFICIAL named Court "' 1,0'i- .:r., wherein:

Thornton mended for Its good lis Hazen Philip Latzen, Phyllis son. Outweighing the Starke does have opposed this season as ( KKAI.: ) A..r. Thomas plaintiff Meek Bradford \
exhibits County Telegraph shall publish this
elverna Martha Lee Martin. since due to war-time conditions Martin, Gene Noegel Darby boys about 12 pounds per man the statistics will show. The visitors Ae Joe Clerk 11111 of WllliaiiiH said Court., l Lake T utl-i, Order In next four weekly issues.Witness ,. .

1 rgaret Stringfellow they were, not expected to be Peek, Margaret Sapp Wayne the visitors' fast charging line rolled up a grand total of I .'11\. AllY for i'lf. 11-50: a neat at Mtarke: my hand"Florida and this offlrlwl"Uooiier 1 I.

Sargent Virginia Sewell, Hazel proved the deciding; factor In the 383! yards from scrimmage and : -' :atht. 14.1.OFFIt .
nearly
as good as In the past. lflKCIII* Ol 111'. OU.t1/9'u'UI\1'I ,. i
The Starke exhibit was awarded Starr, Betty Gene Wade Buddy final score. 21 first downs against 199 yards ,' ( .0111"-\. 1\ the I A.( Clerk:IA of>''I':sold AI.I (','tart.\.r. Thomas

Editorial second i Ward Dorothy Watterson, Roberta Opening up their offensive with from scrimmage and passing and t'ilt': ., 'I Wm. 1 D. Mnriran, JivkMmvllle; Fill.'
prize Hampton being the Doiotnua Lynch, 1'1,1 II Utf. in. I II.
i ieit
first prize winner. The B. H. S. ; \Vhitfleld.lltli straight power plays I Bolles D first downs for Slarke. Lynch Dereiiuaiiv. (.'.... '| Ally for ,'If. __ 10-211 4t tl-lil:

Li of Bradford HI have exhibits Grade marched the ball from the kick- :2769. f.lflf...IT ('OIIIT. \DFIIIIU
lunpllmented us on our were very Interesting off In nine OltDlOll OF I'llHLICATlOXAM I I' t'oe'\1'f: KI.UIIIIIll l> tll\\-
Starke'agoal
Mack Hazel plays across 8th Grade NewsOur
L" covering( the greater part of the Futch Puckham ) tNlVflCh TO AI'l'tv..iiR'rA'ybl I 1 MII Y. ]
,e new school building. Starke The Myrtle Bradley Frances Colley for the first score. BHS lit' FKOIIIDA. 1 tui; HIIUVIILyucli Sallle' Mae Alford .IMnlittlff. v... I II I
Lve even gone so far aa elementary space.grades made primary and Lora Crews Doro thy Crosby elected to receive the next kick. class enjoyed making exhibits New. York, J6l lluii: |1"l.M> i'lucv, 1,1 "" '"a."" Alford. Defendant. Cane No.2165onIir I,
a filmbar -
|(heY would like to be back of free-hand Hazel Crosby Marie Edwards off and proceeded t o duplicate for the Fair last week. : You are I'.<4Ulreil. tu appear uuUecember :R or J't1f1LII"ATION
enjoy the buildIngsp maps drawings their stunt We to the show school : 81 h. ID 4,1. In the a.inv.named ANt> NOTK'R TO At'PHAIlSTATR
I to opponents' by scoring went at
murals and booklets for the fair, Wyema Falrcloth Marjorie Hall Court ami. cause, wh*>r"/ln OK FLORIDA to: .'..ndl"
They also entered a number of Stella Hayes Ida Mae Johnson In seven plays a forward past laat Friday and saw "The Great plaintiff:: weeke ;dlvoice. ffudftti'nCounty : : Alfnrd, whose residence. li> Dayton,

these buildings so they Louise Purrish Pansy Reddish from McRae to End Hlnklns. lat- Victor Herbert". Older Telegraph In next four Hhall weekly publlvhIhlH I"- Ohio, General Delivery.You .
from
perfect papers different -
many are required to
liiniie to be attractive to classes. Dorothy Rivers Clarice Rosier eralled to Quarterback Col son In History we made a booklet H.Vv'ltnena. December 8. 1941 In the above appear mimed on-

|(lorSl we must cooperate Mary Ellen Wa s din.i Dorothy netted 41 yards and evened the which was illustrated by Claude my hnnd and oftlrli' Court and cause, wherein plain.
seal at "Mtarke, Florida, this t :Nveinber <'> .
The and tiff seeks divorce and
junior senior no other relief
high
irpilndpal In every pos- Barnes Dale i Cherry Audrey score. Johns. Sarah Crews and Marguerite 4. 11143. Bradford County Teleirraph

by If we resolve to reItiol classes provided great variety. Crews Oleeta Green Merle Grl- Again Starke kicked off to Fowler made a science A. J. TllflMAi halt publish. this Order In next .
As Clerk of said Court +
Mrs. Perkins' four liteuea.Wltneea :
math and weekly
algebra
to throw lunch paper : der, Barbara Home Marian Bolles who drove straight back booklet. Sarah also made a Cur (OFFICIAL tlloJ.\ .> my hand and official
Igroiinds, to always return classes made a very attractive"strawberry" 'Johns, Allene Kelley Billy Math- 1 down-field deep Into Tornado ter rent Events booklet. KnlKht A Knight Ktarke! FlolldnAtlya. enl at Htarke, ..Klorlda. this lnr
.
for I'lf.- 11-5 6t fa.fcIIV
containers poster. A numberof of November I94S.OFFICIAL .
lottlea to their eny Irene Prevail, Berttce Rosier, ritory. With the ball !resting on Aubrey Prevail reporter. ( S93At.: I ) A. J. Thorn,
Jplck any paper or large red paper strawberries Mrs. riHCI'IT von-n-v. IlllI).KOIII .
up Starke's 12 yard line first and Anderson teacher A Clerk of said Court.
10th Grade
formed "V" with COl'.MTY: KL.OMIUAI I'M fllA>'-
about the a the explana.tlon Tlendemon. Atty. for I'lf
| find lying
we Marvin Montgomery. Lila Rae ten. Halfback Glddons set upBolles' l'I..... t -lInat' J8
Ince of our school will be "Math: for Victory". Each second Office supplies of all kinds. for Bert Hall, Plaintiff VH. MvlteiiHall -
Caldwell Esther Griffla Betty score by a flashy .1.! Defendant. (Cax No. S70!>.
I Improved. There Is one strawberry formed a booklet and Hale at The llradford Countyt'elegraph. iv Clllt'pl'r'nl'IIT' : nn /I>.F
I end .
run to the four OltllKU OF 1't'HL.ICATIO.V
A '
Jean quick '
underneath were math and algebra Hiatt Wanda Pearce : ( IM'MTV.' FI.OHIU.1 l\' < II \ 11.
that more than anything AND NOT1CW TO AFPHAHSTATR C'KHV.' "
play over center by QuarterbackMilam
Grade
Oth .
111 destroy other people's problems examples of the OF FiARIIA: Melleii.le ISthal Hoottt Plaintiff' VH. Harvey
I work done by' the various classesso :Marian Brown Joyce :Moore to the one made It first NOTK'H OK APPLICATION > Hall whose reeldence In Am' Scott Defendant. (I'll" No. 3749.
for our school-marking Harvene Watterson.8th I and 10 for the visitors Fullback Moll TAX 11-:11: heretdale. West: Virginia.You !| ,..ORniSlt OF IMTHMfATION

I walla. Enough said. far this year. GradeW. (I Pons plunged off tackle for the 110... 11111 N.. lN(ia': November are. 23rd.required, 1143.to In appear'on the ahove :I STATK ANO NOTI OF FrX('#>nil TO!>A APPKAR to: Harvey .

\eep our school a place The typing class entered typed score and Wilde left tackle carried NOTICK It* HEREBY: (1IVRN named Court and \'all.Vh..r..ln Boott 'whoae residence !I. Rochester.
Le ourselves would like toe copies of an "The Originof E. Faxon Claude Johns that J. 11. Field the holder of the plaintiff. seeks divorce. Bradford New York.
essay
Glen over for the extra point. following cerllfloatea hae filed Maid County Telegraph shall publishthis You
to
McIntosh Rudolph Sap, are required appear on
do spend much of our the Typewriter", and a business Colson received the next kick- certlflcatea for a tax deed to be Order In next four weekly December 8Ih.,. 1(143.( In the above
J abide by Marguerite Fowler Audrey Prevail lnHueil thereon. The certificate 'laiuen.Wltnene. named l .
school) we must letter. Perfect copies were off for the Tornadoes Court and cause wherein
Paul on his own nurnhera and y lenuanoe., Hietlenrrlptlon my hand and official
Canova Bobby Frazier aeekl divorce Bradford
Impla resolutions. signified by a blue ribbon copies 12, returning to the 21. McRae of the r'.rootp: and:J the seal at Htarke Florida this 00.tob.r' I Plaintiff Telegraph shall publish. thlllOrd..r
with one error by a red ribbon Roy Harrell. Billy Smith Phillip skirted left end names In which It was aN>e...ed areas ZOth., 143. In next four weekly leetiex.
to the 30 and
Thome Bonna Lou Cannon Ona : follow A. J. Thomas.: Witness my hand and official
those with two errors by a green I Fullback Hall carried to the 34 Certificate No. ZD3. Year of Uauance A* Clerk of said. ('o..tKnl..bt .* Deal. at Btarkn Florida thin October
Demoreat, :Melvene Davis, Barbara Auiruet 4th 1043. Knight, Htarke' Florida.Altye. .
ie Seesit ribbon and those with three by a for first SAth. 1045.
down.
> Jean Mayhugh Jeannette Priest At that point UeMcrlpllon of Property. WV4 of fur I'lf (UFF1CIA SKA I.) (OF9tIC1Ai. Si'lALA! J. Thomas
yellow ribbon. This exhibit was the Bolles line dug In, holding for I.nt S of Hlnclc I J. M. Johns Hub.Dlv. .: 10it 4t 1111OK 1 A* Clerk of said Court
by both beginning and advanced 7th Grade downs forcing Slaike to kick. of NK'4' of l-IN- % Her. '1I1.Twp. J. S. Harrison Jacksonville, Fla. I
classes. Janet Anderson June Caldwell*, 1K.. RK. 22 K:, containing 1 Acre, NO'rlf" IMTMMTIOM' '01I.U.n Atty. for Plf. ', 11.6 St 1J-3 I
Jher football game and an- typing Receiving the ball on their own more or leu*. ..-
: FICTITIOI H XM'l
The art class having done some Patsy Dew. Minnie Lee English Name In whit annemied Miti. 'SIN! rmrrir O"UT. nit AOKOIIII
efeat but a swell fight onIt 30 Bolles again drove back Into AliMtt f.. HennemieK.All Notice I I.* hereby given that lh' I
both Danella Jordon Nancy Llghtfool, undertfitned, tinder. the provisions ('Ol'V'1'Y. Fl.oll119tIY tliiN-
good work In lettering .
both teams. Bobby very
t of padirt, using quick plays of Raid property being; In the of Chapter 11119113. Laws of FlorMiArtH 1 t KH: .. I
(served as captain. By the in cut letters and those done with Mary Mersereau Virginia Milli- straight through the line averag- County of Bradford Slate: of Klor of 1941 will register. with Martin J. T.lttlefleM Plaintiff "..
I Ida.
V> to be captain for all I the lettering pen made some very gan*, Audrey Moore Isabella ing a first down every two plays Unless such certificate or cer- the Clerk of the Circuit' Court In Jane No. 1723 J. LJUIefleld. Defendant Cane .1

t of the games. Turning I I I impressive posters. Their other Parker, Peggy Wiggins .Curry With the ball resting on the tlflcaten shall tie redeemed. aornrdInit and the fictitious for Bradford name. County of Itand Florida* Co., |, nitnsn OF PITBL1'ATIONAND

| bleachers who was that works were charcoal portraits of Bertren Madge Brownlee Joan Tornado 40, Lef t h a I 11 Wllfonifsca In such to law certificate the property nr .rUtlrftlt'described under which 1 am engaged and "n. I I' BTATB NOTK'H Of FLORIDA TO AH'PlOAIt to Jane J.

e> red-head with Georgia? members of the class. Carpe n tel'. Vilma Dew Idell .npeied around en.I to the 12. will he mild tn the hlnhent bidder IMHhtielnea' Bradford*. at 121V(Cottntv W. Cull Flnrldn"HtHtarke T.lttlefleld.. whose residence la Wal-
was Children's Dayat Landrum Phyllis McLester VIv- nr thet'oui'house door on the flrlltMond..y That the said hnelneeH. 'In ownedand drof. Maryland. .
|could stand to meet him. Wednesday On the next play a lucltlo around l In month' of Deremher, You are required, to appear nn
operated' by the following Intereeted j'
ut an Introduction Geor- the fair. School was dismissedat ian McRae Doris Moncrlef Nancy Wilde plunged over for Bolles' 1K4.1, which IH the *th day of lie.cembmr nnrtleal Morrl Itntidoli, November 22ml, IIHfl In the above
and 11:30: so that anyone who wish Ann Whitney. 1943. Mtorke, Fla. named Court and (rauee wherein
Margle!: Davis Henry third touchdown. Try for extra Dated this :3rd day of November plaintiff seeks divorce. BradfordCounty
"A" Hated thin Mh day of November"M3.
ed would be free to do so. Straight students. 1943.OFFiCIAL.
I Martha Sargent and the to go point was no good. at stark.,, tlradford Ponntv.Florida. Telegraph hall publish :
|rp> and Betty McRae andy All rides and shows were reducedto The whistle Indicating the half Clerk( of Circuit NEAl, Court,) A..r.of Rradford Thomas tt-5 4t 11-8". issues thin I order In next four weekly ,

adding 'Interest to the half price and no admission .Meet The' Faculty found the Tornadoes In possession County Florida. lt-5 4t 11-2K j I "O'I'U'S IM-I'MNI'IOM- TnKtOJIITIOIl Witness my hand and official j

I Henry Manassa was In a was charged to teachers and children of the ball on Bolles' 30, first and : PH"rtTIOI' Vtsl l. seal at "Htarke, Florida thin Ocroher .
'
MKS. HLANCIIAItn '.'0 WHOM' IT MAY l'OV9IIVt' : Notice IK hereby given thnt IheundirnlHrned. 16th.. I 1X43.OFFIPIAI .
o' LAW
I and six
between twelve
J I uniform but rootin' for ten with their
I pass plays begin TAKK NOTICIO under the provisions ( HfOAT) A. J. Thomas t
li for all he was worth: clock. Although Mrs. Law was born I ning to click. Th \Ahlrd. quarter Tu..nrd. Mnirlne THAT No.A I8-12MS4R6 III3IS v.a, nt Chnpler XIAR1. Lawn of, Flnrldn. Ae Clerk of said Court.J. .
H. IlarrlHnnJackennvUle, Fie.Atty.
in Clrclevllle.. Ohio she moved Act r.f 11(41. will register with the
lee of kids ate to opened with Boiled to with an appraised value of less
many you kicking for PIt: 10-2J It 11-12
'. .
than ff'lerk' of the Circuit' ( .rt. <'n and
.oon. w. asked IVadford __
: though. What's the Florida when she was nine years Starke who received their ',, I I for Mrndford county I
9th Grade News I o n ( "nty. Florida, October 21, 1943 Florida the'flctltloue ,,, ('IRCrIT rni'iir.I Ill /D9'oltl.
jwith y'all? Did you know old. She came to Starke as a own 20. Hall carried to the 28, fur 4lnic, 1 used In violation of gem / nnne of Victory I"n COPVTY' FI.OIIIIi 1Y ('U IS.,
lion iindni which I enquired and doing I
9, Clmpter am -
luces are to continue after Louise McLester stopped in to bride but has lived i n other and McRae made It first and ten Ida Acttt of 191!193OI., and taws that It of la Flor.the bllelneee ut Itt W. Cull Ht., I C'KltV.:
T. I Illnnton Plaintiff v". lluth
Jiball season? Many thanks see us Friday while on her wayto towns In Florida since then. on the midfield stripe. A try Intention of HJ. W.' Ht-ai'borouirh, Htarke, Fla. r Hill Watson ,Illnnton Defendant.
That the said business IN owned
Director State
(Wives. West Palm Beach. She was a Mrs. Law graduated from Wau- through center for no gain followed to Hell the Beverage property Depart.rnent above and operated. bv the followln I"tereeted Case No. 9731.ORIFO1t .

i Bobby Turner was hand- former pupil In our room. chula High School and Stetson by a long pass to Dlnklns d..rlh..d In front of the County nurtleai: William Hnndiilnh.Btnrke. I I NOTtCR OK :PtTHLICATIOVANO Tn APPEAIl!
.
betweenthe University where she receivedher the ball Bolles' Jail at Htarke. Florida. on Terem.her FinDated I STATR OF KM1HIDA to: Itulh
|blanket which he had left The drive for tin cans put on 23 first 7. 11)13. at 10'00 A. 1\(. this Mh rtnv nf November
boys and glils In our roomIs B. A. degree. The first year and ten. Colson skirted left end The State Beverage Department of 'Qf Ht Htarke, Bradford County.Florida. Hill dente Watson la. Unknown.You Illnnton. whose re.l.
bleachers he remarked after her marriage she taught In Klorlda reserves. the rlnht to reJect 11-5 4t 11-2"(
coming along just fine. The for another first on the 11. Boiled are required to appear nnNovember
and -
flow, this Is the fourth time have box full and the Staike. For the last six years was offside on Ihe All any all. bids Iflth., 1043 In the above t
girls a boys next play placing persons clalmlnir any right n1'Int..I'.t IN C'lliri'lT e'11ssir.. If it ,t>KOIM'OI'MTV > named Court and reuse' wherein
ft t this thing out here and have only one little tin can. Better she has taught in Winter Haven. the ball on the six yard line. In nr tn said properly or ( KI.OIIIII lfttv.. plaintiff eeekii divorce. Bradford '

dy has to work She is now In Starke with her Hall plunged through to the mired any' .part to thereof and arc hereby clnlm re. flour.Tnmne: 'nnntv Telegraph' shall publish
always brought get boys. I one appear tn make F Prn'h-r. Plaintiff' ve this Order In next four weekly
1 me." Where do you get Our Junior Red Cross drive has husband who Is working at Camp and McRae carried over for the within. thirty rnn days from lhndate Myrtle M.. Prnlher DefendantCane ,. issues.-.
nf the first ,publication of No. 5729. '
crang blankets Bobby? netted us $4.65 to date. Keep it Standing. Tornado's second tally. McRae thin notice. an provided for by Hoetlnn ro'nrn, nm prrnrnTrOVA leealWitness I ., hand Florida nnd, thla official' Or*
|" you heard about the Among Mrs. Law's likes are booted the extra point and thescore 13, Chapter 19.101. raw of "'n NrorU'/q mn ( PPmattemsv7 toner tint. 1941.OFFIt7tAlt. .
up.We teaching school dogs and Florida 1IM9. to tn State' rtever.aae nm 1"nRtf1A tn' "rl'" ( SMAT.) A..1. .
Thomas,
r's cats read Bolles
Starke
Club? It turned out have ten potted 19. 13.
plants Department of Florida, Tallnhaxeee flee Prut her. whose reeldencen I. Aa rrk| of meld' Pmirf '
ree for the premiere ofp started for the Christmas drive basketball and fancy sewing: Holding true to form Bollen Florida or nil uch rights *><.<..". .."tt nrne T. Frnnk T.n idrum. "AtsrIee. Klorldn.Attr. .
"Unruly kids" nod Interest. In and to paid property y." rn.// en nwnn.s .
Her
the Army." But whate five pounds of sugar and one are main dle. r for r',. t5. t 4t II-1J

1 II the Presidents. They scrapbook nearing completion. Ilke. .

follows: First President Henry Manassa Jr. reporter. Mrs. Law has the 10th grade


j[Alvarez McRae! ;; Second Third President President Assembly Program physics.arithmetic home room' math and teaches essentials business and Have a Coca-Cola. =What's, the good word ?

ker; Fou r t h President ,
Tall and brown-eyed she is
flynn; Fifth President Thursday morning the student q ..
splendid teacher. We think
ware <
Turner; Sixth President body had as speakers. Rev. Light-

I Biggs; Seventh President foot and Mrs. Morse Chairmanof very fortunate to have her n
with this
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olson; Dogcatcher. Willie the Junior Red Croaa. year. "

Anyone seeking ad- The speaker of the morningwas
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8 to the club will please Rev. LIghtfoot. He Introduced Senior Biographies

[ for an application 'blanke Mrs. Morse who,made a short

Fourth President.. Also talk on the Important part that MARJORIE DAVISA

"ere Edgar Wilkinson and school children can play in helpIng mere five feet MarjorIe t
Peraley and Ed- Davis Is one of the most dignifiedof -5-
Evelyn out. the Red Cross. Rev. \
and( James WainwrIght. Lightfoot added more telling of the dignified seniors. \
'18 has Margie was born in Starke A _
really been travel- the actual time when the Red on i

I rapid pace recently. Cross began. September 24, 1926 and for the t

[Mitchell (female) lives at past 12 years has been attendingB. rmir H

r In one of the civilian man's Supper. Made me practic- H. S. While she was In the ; fi

10 Lorene spent last ally starve when he said they had eighth grade she received the

"I with her. Took In three chicken potato salad hot rolls American Legion Award. In her

dances one captain arts I and cakes. The football team was Junior year she was elected class wyI71 '

["utenants. From all apr well represented by Buddy B., : treasurer and was also the Junior

e3 one Is still attached. Bobby Biggs Bobby McRae Warren candidate for Christmas Queen.

IS like being met at school Winkler Billy Colaon John This year she Is ably serving her

Your bus gets there by a Anderson Edgar Wilkinson and class aa secretary. ___

r'nt. Is there Lorene? Bobby Turner. Her special likes are dancing. _____

[71e' have you ever seen Lola Blecha tickled pink over swimming and football! games. _____ sea.'r.

grand fair? Saw R. W. the arrival of a new nephew. She dislikes bossy people and- ____ .

r'J: a me" Reddish Anlce Elise Green's b. f., Clifford cooked carrots. ____ C f w1r

f Melba and Dot Faxon Hazen arrived Monday. After graduation Margle"expectsto _____ 1r 1rIy

[\first night. Then Wed. Margaret Stringfellow went to continue her studies at F. S. C. ____ "


t k age the from whole and me. if Sam school you included.want turned to a Declared military quite the.a wedding swanky reception at affaIr the afterwardwas camp.' W.abundance(he It senior is needless of clans happiness.to wish say that her we an, _____ ( (((( f III _



Just ride everything Ya' know sometimes I wonder' ,

two or three times add : where I'am going to get enough JOHN LYNN HALL Ss

Wa with onions and ride : news to put in my column. Even John Lynn Hall was born on tl

DelIver me please! though I do get around. I can't May 7*, 1026 a( Hampton Flor u

"* to be quite the usual !get everywhere. I wish y'all ida. At the age of six, he was .vor i how to tvith '

to f'e" Kitty Judd being would help me by putting any enrolled ,.In the Hampton school get along folks
d
school by the Army. news you have In the news box. and attended it unlit the end of

i all these So I'll in the news his ninth year. Afte' graduationfrom i
lucky gals. Let see you Your American soldier carries the keys"to
wherever
comradeship ha
on 'the box. Hampton he came to Brad goes. .
system. Huh?
Rae hall -SusIe ford High to continue his studies. l I /
really got her basketballand Haft "Cokt", says he to the eager youngsters at home, and it's like saying I /
Ooked.< John liken to play .
Gets letters reg. P. S. Just got word over my .

I hear And speakIng of teletype the "football boys" gave baseball. He also likes to Wbaf the good word It's a phrase that's understood in New Zealand or New.
Billy( and
vei-Wreet keeps the the assistant coach a beautifulpen go hunting finning.

',busy. writing to a town In and pencil set. You see he After graduation John wantsto port at home or in far-off places. Around the world Coca-CoU stands for tbt

; Then saw him with !s leaving for the "grand old join the Army Air Corps and

,a ckham Sat. night. Ladies Army". Congratulations Buddy when this war Is over he wantsa pause that .. /"., ..,-b** become the gesture of good will saying. LfftbiJritnJs.OITIIO .

and lots of luck. Job with the rallroad. .

h* Carlton leaving after Susie. It's natural for popular names

IlOme p 0 s t grad work. War Bonds should raeaB UNDII AUTHOIITV Of TMI COCA-COIA COMPANY' .*. to acquire friendly abbreviation '/

lee her goSne Wanted 'Clean cotton r.gtt. No U tha *. That's why you hear
ip was a t something more yen STARKE COCA-COLA
Man to the .c h 001. troo rr
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COUNTY TELEGRAPH. HTARK1C, 'I BElt
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PACK FOUR -
Announced Highly Successful District''' Meeting Wedding Plans
Marriage
I SOCIETY rtuu l CLUBS Sapp-Beckham I Of Woman's Club Held Here Wednesday. For Miss Guy

What was 'described by t h eState president; Mrs. L. J. McCaffreyof And Maj. J0pljng

President as "one of the I Miami, second vice-president; The
;Ii Miss Guy HonoredAt Keller-Crawford most successful district meetings Mrs W. L. Cooper of Sanford Denny marriage 'If Miss" 1IJrta
Guy
held during the year" took placeIn corresponding secretary; and Mrs. and Major
Wal
Malcolm
who has
Luncheon Miss Bonnie Crawford, the Woman's Club building Edna F u I ler of Orlando, state Jopling, ,;II'. WID
been an -mploye of Louis Shaf. Place Thursday? lilt
chairman of legislation.Mrs. evening
Wednesday Wednesday when the Starke club Now
kin's military supply and Jewelry at eight 0' c 1 o ,- h. I
month, became was host to the annual meetingof Smith stated that Florida Methodic In the
store for the pant 18 : church
Mrs O. L, Beaaley and Mrs. of
Fran. District Four, Florida Federation club women had been Instrumental The Stark
;'A, J. W. KIncalil! were. Joint hostesses the bride Saturday of 1st Sgt.night, the of Woman's Clubs, comprising in selling $3,000,000 worth of by'U\e ceremony Rev Will be J>erfonn,.
cis Keller E F
r when they entertained at a one I' ceremony being performed! by an 1 Bradford Union, Baker, Du- War Bonds during the recent Lake' City MontgornelJ(

, o'clock luncheon Miss Miriam Thursday 1 comeplimenting Guy, Army Chaplain in a Catholic val, Nassau St. Johns and Clay "Buy A Bomber" campaign She O. C.' PQw.ell., by tbe
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also outlined the that the
Rucker, where Counties. part Maid
at Camp of'bonor
bride-elect, at the Beasley home Chapel Sgt. Keller Is with the 110th Registration began at 10 oclock organization can play In helping He Lou Williams will, be !.i81! t'v
St. of
: North Walnut Ar
on to bring permanent peace r rto the : Caineaa@
Medical Regiment. with 44 official delegates, repre- )
Brldesp\l-ld! : MI8S
The table was laid with Imported aa county In the district world after this war, and expressed Eleano
of senting every Yothersof;
The bride is the daughter I Orlando
lace mats and centered by beI Mla,
of 92 club hope that the club would 1(
carnations Mr. and Mrs. I. S. Crawford, of Po present. A total Claire Forte of Orlando
an arrangement oflight pink attended the session. represented at the peace table. .
members Kaye Sutton
a' of
I and baby blue star flowers Wauchula and Is graduate of Arcaclla,
The spacious Starke club house Mrs Edward P.- Pfaff of Jacksonville Beet
class
the man
; pink candles In sliver holders the high school there in : Judge Ant. .
decorated with yellow was re-elected district- of
were also used to advantage. The of 1940. The bridegroom Is the was tastefully Savannah Ga. sir ,U
place cards were miniature Individual 'son of 'Jac b Keller; of Ashland, ,re ,, and white chrysanthemums, rector 'and presided over both of the bridegroom' Ulld

crystal holders, also In Pa., and was with the 344th palms and potted plants. An interesting the morning and afternoon ses- Ushers: Dr, J. L. Edwards

light pink and flowers Medical Regiment at Camp Blan- 't feature was .a table sions. Miss Geneva Farmer of Lake City Lt, Ed Wright
bluejThe ding for six months prior to being arranged by Mrs. Ethel M. Biggs Jacksonville: was re-elected district Lake City and henry ,
house carried out
throughout the Cuy,
colorful 0
transferred to Camp Ruckera artistically displaying secretary.At Atlanta Ga.
the color scheme of pink and blue. month ago. Mr. and Mrs. Keller Florida) fruits and vegetables.Mrs. noon a delightful luncheon I Soloist; : Lt, Paul] HU1|

The hostesses presented Miss will make their home In Herbert C. RItch, presidentof was served at the Guidon Grill, Organist: Mrs. E. K. rorryij
Guy with a piece of crystal match- Ozark Ala., for the present. the Starke club, made a cordial where a patriotic! motif was car-
ing her selected pattern- address of welcome, and. the ried out in decorations. Fireman

A three course luncheon wan kins, Mrs. L. A. Davis, Mrs. K. gracious response was made by Entertainment was furnished Enjoy

ti served by Mrs. Beasley and Mr. O. Duncan Mrs. L. D. Vining. Mr*. W H.,Wilson of Lake City. during the luncheon hour by Pvt. Chicken PilauOn
Edward Burns, Mrs. D. P. Theme of the meeting was
Klncald to the following guests: Mrs. Guy Massano, accordionist extra-
Miss Miriam Guy Mrs. J. T. ,Guyk I Carpenter, Mrs.J.( E. Wilson, and rh t ey j "Sharing 1 n National Defense"and ordinary from Camp Wednesday night, No,.
>>/ Mrs. Fred Guy, Mrs. A. Z. Ad- Mrs. M. F. Brown.oLeila'4 4e- Inspiring talks on this 'sub- who was Introduced by Blanding'l Starke's volunteer firemen. Lao I
: made the followingstate ed themselves to a
jest| were by delicious feJ
W. Klncaid.
I .. -, ,' ,," ,' officers who the club was I consisting: of chicken plleau.wJ
;: ,
;,;. ; I Members of the Junior Woman'sClub
}.,. :.,, '. .,j I privileged to entertain at this pickles bread and butter, coo
11- .. "" ;\fL'. .'',''! s I Imei% Mre.: R. A. Smith of Sanford .were co-hostesses'and assisted 'and Coca Cola. The supper w
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r OJtf,_ _., ... ._jf",. If" ,- .'." T' :;" .. .O' .....- [ \ '. State President; Mrs. J. L. in various capacities tbl'o11gh"j'; ) served at the beautiful new flJ

Graves of Lake City,, first vlce- out the day.. =- { hall with the Chief, R. C. Bufor1l
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as the host and hi ...
.. wife
Mr. and Mrs. Robert L. Beckham of Hawthorne, Fla., announcethe -
;< marriage 'of their daughter Margie Rlece to Mr. Dempsey"Rob- getting"ready for the big event-- to'' get home from Guadalcanal! her mother the Mrs. LtIill;; ;;;'

l' ert 'Sapp, son of Mr. and Mrs Ethan A. Sapp of New River. her, marriage to Major Wallace 1 You know the! old BayingTher serving firemen: supper

,, The ceremony was performed Sept. 17 at the Cherrydale Bap- Malcolm Jopling on Nov. 18 ,. way to a EaA's"! eart Is so":'fhe that when formerly the paid due
Ocala through his stomach .. .- Likely spirit move,
she went down 'to
Va. with the Rev. W. H. Brown; pastor Says
tist parsonage In Arlington, them they would have
l'. right, after a hectic shopping tripto to be quite a few detours however plenty ?
.' I officiating. Jax. feeling quite haggard, but I ,) when some of,6s amateurs money In, the'trensury to do wit
t't. The bride an attractive blonde, was dressed l Id a light blue folks' down there told her she start, twining the skillet as-they saw fit. But, when UK]
traveling suit, with black accessories and her corsage was. of pink saw so many of their numbs
looked as If she'd been on a rest Says! ] your (I know because I've
rosebuds. cure! It 'must'be lover .".' tiled; } being called into the Amm
Mrs: Sapp Is a graduate of the Hawthorne "High'.,School and Is Hear Pat Patray has resigned his Carolyn. Forces, they not only voted u
the Southern Bell Telephone Co. quit paying dues but also to burry
now employed in Starke by job as game conservation officerto .

Mr. Sapp Is stationed In Bainbrldge, Md., where h't','attending go to Washington, D. C. as a Robert Green they up had and In-spend the treasury what mmr whO

the Navy radio service school; He Is a graduate of Bradford, County food and beverage taster-or' Is
there still
Honored were some of then
service chief"clerk< of the it food and beverage inspector? '
High School and before!! entering the was left ,to .e joy it.
I never can 'remember .
local rationing board. i At Pilau Supper Consequently ("military wret"
Understand O. P.;,Hutto, Steve (
brief honeymoon- Washington D. C.
The couple spent a : ) Chief Buford spliced ml
1 Walker and quite' few other :Cpl.. ) Robt. G. Green, who received the treasury a little bit and really

,.. ..... ... ., members of the old 124th Inf., the Purple Heart for wounds had worth
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have transferred from Ft. Ben- received in action In the Southwest
ofthe' firemen
ning to Ft. Jackson, S. C. .' (Pacific, was the honor guestat following erctpi
Salon two were present: Billy Jackson
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: jeautu. Carolyn a ___ ,Aa[chicken plleau supper, given ;Buddy Bishop. Bobble Turner,
: Callstreet.! If ;you're Interested In disappearing Wednesday night Nov. 3, by his Billie Colson Warren Winkler

: acts, you should have parents; Mr. and Mrs. Adam Edgar Wilkinson( Elbert Thorn-

ANNOUNCESThe .. _____n -- -,- .-- .. ... seen the one 'performed by those Green at their, home northwest ton Carl RItch. Bobble Bigp:
lovely lemon pies baked up by of Starke. Around 50 relativesand' Charles ParlIer.Mayor' .
.. .I've always Clara Mae Knight Zia the last seat Adolph Gay
Well, folks f. : Boot Green for the party the friends of the family enjoyed
Arrival of;Two New Experienced wanted to attend a Hollywood In the house was1taken:?:! Adam Greens gave eon Robertone the'event with the honor guest. 'Green, ,George-Charles Kenls Darby ana, Herbert A. J.
Premiere, and now even that ambition Quite a feather' tn; her cap I'd
*Th night last week'' Still a ,Cpl. Green left Tuesday for Wilkinson
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has been realized right,here say ,.Glimpsed.'among the ;
mystery to me how those presentate Maxwell Field. Ala., with his sis
Beauty Operators: on ,Call St. .. '.> The event of younger set doing the;: premierewas any pie at all after consuming ter., :Mr*. R. W. Reese who bad pital In Springfield. Mo., where hj

I Thursday night of last week could Marian Brown escorted by such generous portions of Mrs. spent several days in Starke.. He will undergo another opmN|

... ... .....-.... ... htudly have been more glarAbroua" Billy Mll?.s / c Rosa Green's chicken pilau will visit her there before re- on his! leg, which was Injured
'HASERof : ,1t' yr even In the movie capital Itself ,. No wonder Robert was so anxious turning to O'Reilly General Ho- I shrapnel from a bomb.
MISS'RUTH J ;/. We: ,had flood lights we had Hear Mack Futch had quite a

\\r' 'k music and we had dignitaries run, of hard luck over the weekend -

: Erie Penn '." What more could you ask? Seems It all started when l.

r.r,,_ .. Greeting General Kunzig and he skipped school Friday afternoon A
patty at the door were Legion leaving his expensive trum- I. .

Commander W. B. Sewell (and pet outside the band room -. > ".
Mra). Congressman Lex and Lu- When he went back for It before ,.:& ..1111'.:.K '.'a t,
MRS SAM LONG '
cile Green, L. >A.< and Lee Davis the game Friday'tll.gbt( the'casewas ... eARMISTICE' :.
'' Councilman L. A. representingthe "
( there but the trumpet was
of Detroit, Mich. mayor), Legionnaires and gone! .. Mack (who, Incidentally -
ralresses Lonnie an*' Charlie Lou could become the hero of a

Vining and Kap an' Margaret new book entitled -"Young Man

CALL 149 FOR APPOINTMENTS Duncan, and H. N. Fairbanks, Without A Horn") spent a sleepless -
president of the Rotary Club night before the missing Instrument

MIna Grady (through whose gen- was finally found next

erosity the entire premiere pro day under the school house! .
ceeds went to" Army Emergency Who put It there and for why.
tld"i ,6le Sa/OIl Relief) looked charming as always Is still a mystery''To .make
c, a a u ly '"
Moat soul-satisfying matters worse, Mack sm shed his

sound of the evening;;was that big watch so' It seemB ie's really in

t\\I Starke Florida Sigh' of relief h.heaved by hard- the dog house ,,.1... Says he's kind

.. t working ticket a a'. ."' .chairman of on probation checking |In and
." out of the ho us a ']Ike a 'man
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punching a time clock! '.'.*>*:
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.. COME TOT Spotted an' Jotted Inca Green
I .'t" \I I spiting a new writ watch .. .
:." : 12th anniversary present from

... her husband Bulova with diamonds ..
1>,',., set around Mrsv Hea-
2"" AC'OB S. ley down from Maine, to spend TODAY

.: 1 ,: ." another winter withVus. and still .,', "
making headquarters a t Edna
Hart's; Myrtle Anderson take il' i"' "
'.' ing time'off from her USO-YWCA "
... ,,:t1
I : I :. ,.AND. SAVEMEN'S duties' while !non I A.JWk is_home ..... i ..i -t
I git4zl on 'furlough H. ....... ;5ue..Bateman:; ,. "* .
Mrs. A's while she's r
taking place 1fJ'

I Odd.',.),.; SITS I '" Outt \ Sue away Js.a.former.YWtAsec'Y..from. The attractive? blonde WENTY-FIVE. years n! ago this world went wild with. : jl'| ':The world

I Lob. r !. Minnesota .,.$*? Henry ;M na88. I cried'Peace!*;' But there: was no peace. There'waY only a truce.
Hlt 1
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(Jr.) uniformat
wearing a Bolles
I ,,_ Assorted Styles J and Colors A the game lastj.Friday- asked to
II This time there must be no truce. This aWnjstare
wood-cutting
Neatly Tailored Warm Rich Fabrics playing drums with the BH3 band
II and 'yelling for the Tornadoes b. time we are grimly determined l to see make good that shortage. We willthe be

$6s98 .: I and, Pant.30 Hudginrf pounds home lighthaa too furlough,'.when fob through, We will make whatpaid for our wood! of course. But we

I he ,started Marine tiottf''i training c V everiacriflceis, necessary. We won't are asked to,do fiTas our special part
t. few weeks' '. Bill'.Duke
I ago i* -
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,LARGE SELECTION OF BETTER SUITS I (rent control: 'adml itratorl, docl'aring '1c; let it happen again. I in the war-backing up.,our own boysr

I be expects torieave: for r Armistice Day !.I.syear marks the in the seMce1'
LADIES LADIES'I Camp Blandlsg withy;the :Decem; "J> ,

bertruckload j, from Alachua beginning of a hew call upon our pa In whose honor. will you cut your

: WINTER COATS DRESSES : : County., .' H' "tf} I. f triotism. A call directed especially to cord? A son? nr1t.riend?

Hear there warn quite"a Bit "of the people of this community. Give"us his>i4 n *
,
I Valuesto: $IO :. Values to $4.98CLEARANCE 'I I Florence consternation Millls'tother husband day departedfor when One of the,gravest threats to our that both may be entered the roll

CLEARANCEAssorted I Camp with key.uto the..USO. a all-out_ war effort is. .a shortage of of .- No boy shall Jia.because
siwiiwrpulpwood.WewholiveInthepulpt ;
.J I YWCA ,, ,.Seems he didn't ..dis
I I cover his blunder! until be got out : we failed. 3 f) Yl ,1..

$3.98 .. $1.98 i on the range After explaining' .

his dire' predicament., to- his,. 'Lt.. fILL OUT THE COUPON AND MAIL: J"oDAY!
h- was given a pass to bring the ''
I Soft & Warm colors Odd I I keys to town but upon reaching rI -------------______________ _d t ; I

Sizes tbo gate he found that through '. .-
I CHAIRMAN. PULPWOOD
!error his pass was good l only from COMMITTEE "__ ,
Assorted Styles Rayon Crepe Spun Rayon I I retteat to reveille .v. After -a -, BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH .

frantic: phone call the Lt. sent a I In honor of rd
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I man on a motorcycle with the I J1 ,CU" t.a-CO
j Mlllts dashed : Pledge to cut an EXTRA
HUNDREDS OF UNADVERTISED BARGAINS I It correct pass and Pvt. CORD of pulpwood IpiM.
: i to Starke and delivered the. I during the drive period-Nov.. 11 to Dee. 11. ':Jr fw._.._,..._ .
,keys safe Into the hands of- F9orPence

: At JA OBS" 125 Call St. I Quite a harrowing* ,,experience : ,Signed, '

rd say : Address
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I 'GIbnpe Miriam "Buy home,' '1.-___________ a
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19t5!> BRADFORD COUNTY TKLEGRAPH. STARKE FLORIDA .,
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Mrs L. I Lots tk 4 of Oik 14 In Hampton of 13 UI ft of NH "t NWI4 of HK'-i In ftiu-h crrllfloale or certtflcaten
LOCAL NEWSH. A Duncan of Lake Butler Robert Canova Kidd 8e 19 3 Tp. .T a K it K, In embraced S.... IS. Twp. S H. it. 3S Id.. con tain- will be aold to the highest the bidder flratMonday I
Is spending several weeks herewith under ald certificate No. InK i Acres, more < her son and daughter-in-law, Capt. and Hrs. R. G. Kidtl Jr., 1S1. Name In which an".....d Unknown. I9U. which In la month the 6th day ,of December .
-------- Lute 7, S. 9, io 11. 11 of HlkSI i .
Mr. and, Mrs. K.: G. Duncan. of Columbus Ga.. announce the In t-l nton'. Add See. 80 Twp. 7 All of "aid property' being. In theCounty 1941.: a I
Holcomb-> oflLt.loa c Mra. G. L. Patten and son, Ml'* A. C. Durden returned to arrival of a son, Robert Canova H. H. Hi K,, IK embiavvd under kttldcortlflrnte of Hradford. state of Flor hated this Srd day of November .

her son-in-law andtrt3tr George; of Tallahassee are spending her home in Tampa on Monday ..kid Jr., on Sunday Nov. 7. l4"v, of Lot No.67 117.,.In Wnodlnwn Hoc ida.UnlK . I Mrs. Joab a few days in Starke while e a. K. IS Id.. containing of circuit Court of HradfordCounty
19 'twp.
after Clerk
and a visit with her daughters. ..h..ll be redeemed accordInir ll-2 ,\
.. 11-5 4t
Mr. Patten is attending 6 Afren. inure or l I. In mbiacvdundor dem-ilbeu Florida. 1
; hearingsof Mrs. O. L. Beasley and Mrs J. Chas. Arthur TorodeMr. Maid rci-llfloate No. K3. to Jaw the property
Sift D. B. Knight: and the Railroad Commission in W Kincaid. Lot 1 of Hlk 8 Lincoln City Hop.S3. ))
Miami. Twp. I s. It IS K. In embraced
of ?
and Mrs. Edwin ToroiU
recent vlaltoratpville. .. Mrs. S. K. Brownlee
were returned under said certificate No. IT I.
,gut Mrs. J. :M. Mitchell and Miss to Starke Sunday afternoon after Starke annouoce the birth of a Lots 7, 8 of Ulk Hampton I
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Sec 30 Twp. 7 S. ;:., IH embraced > I
Mitchell Charles Arthur Nov. 2 1)jJgi fl
Lucile have returned spending several weeks In Gainesville son on under Bald certificate. )
from n Visit of several days withMr. with her son-In-law anddaugilter in the Alachua! County Hospital 364.;
'ca'pe wanted'' ]( and Mra. R. O. Daniel in Judge and Mrs. A. V. Gainesville. Mr, Torode and under The said iiepemeiit certificate of. Maid.No. p IiI" "NO.1 '
Sarasota. son returned to their home In of Mrn. V. P. "
Long. Mm. Brownlee'B many young the name ; November 1415"DIXIE" '
Miss Catharine Nollmao who here yesterday? the aaiieHHinent of acid property Sunday Monday
friends here ;
>ENCERI II are rejoiced to know under Raid certificate No. SI7 and "
la attending F. S. C. W. in Tallahassee that she la now greatly Improvedafter 93 were In the name of Unknown; '
tolet CARD Ol rII.\NKS the aanttHwment of said. pfopeityunder I ;
and MRS| Betty Jean NailI her recent lllneBS. Mr. and ( said certificate No. ITS wax I
that tired JettingI I man of Jacksonville will spend Mrs. H. L. Brownlee were visitors We take, thiJ.; means of thankIng In the name of Ed. J. Johnson; and ,
the week-end here with Mrs. W. In Gainesville Sunday and our kind and all who the ajMivMinent of mild' property Crosby
friends Nina
Day tinder paid certificate No. X54 wan Dorothy Lamour -,
I'tDtUy Another- H. Nollman. "Mother Brownlee" returned with helped us In. l r'.tirrow.;', : and for In the name' of Hampton pevelopnient -
ff *, I Mrs L.' A. Davis will ..leaveTacksonvllle 'Co. -
them.Master the beautiful. ;0 wer.\ ,that expressed Gnlees l laid Certlfica4ea: ...h..11be
IIJ Monday for a tripto SKU A. W. muchidvo. W' redeemed. . ',ill or eno.rCo Anderson, so -Mrs.. ,, will Tues. Wed.- Thurs., November' 16 17 .
and sp ntl.n Columbus Ohio where she will Jr., now stationed at Camp Pick- P. Birt and family "' f" "b* mold to- deacrlbod the hltrhent therein bidder at
PKARCU Attend the General Convention of ett, Va. with the 3ht Division. Is the Courthouse dour on the first
BKKTII W. Madison St. I the United Daughters of the Con- spending a 1 -day furlough here After serving 'several weeks asa Monday Ml 4.1.: which 1.11 the la Month the nf th.Darember, day of! '"Dr. Gillespies'Criminal Case"Lionel ::1
J federacy.fcHURCH with his parents Mr. and Mrs "relief" policeman. Vollle F. December A. D. 1S4.1.: .,
.. A. \Anderson.. While on fur- Manning has resumed hla I old Dated A. n.thin I8U.Srd day -of November Barrymore Van Johnson -' Donna. need :,
lough, Sgt. Anderson will also position as a regular member 'of (OFFICIAL SI'AI.) A. J. Thoma. .
'OF CHRIST visit, relatives in Archer. I the police force.Survives t-lerk County Circuit Florida.. Court 11-&PradforO 4t Jl-SH .

Paul Hudgins, U. S. Marine I Sun. Mon.
NOTICE orlt APPI.t4'ATIOr i
Corps, who has Just completedboot 1
: Torpedoing "' T4X I>KKI: > RITZ
training at Pan-Is Island. S. I...>M> 11111 No. l..ellIII.fo..rI '
'' Bible \
SUNDAY: toOO.A.1\L Study. C., Is spending" a short furloughhere W. N. Odom had w letter from (M ht Packham IS I1KHKBY the .holder OtVK.V.off, Nov. 14 15

11:00 A. M. True Worship (No. 1)). with Mrs.. Hudgins and their' his brother, J. RI Odom,, 3rd class the-'follnwlnc c.rt IflClu..t 1m. tiledaal4.oertlfiretcc 3
: Bob .
baby daughter. Petty Officer ln'"th U. S. Navy b. lnMii.d thereon.. for The a tax certificatenumnern deed to Betty Hutton Victor Moore ''ope'"Star

7:30: P. M.-Parable of the Sower. E. J. Roberta of Lawtey is I a few days ag Btatlng,that the ndore r'. of Imitiance, the
spending a few days with hla '"somewhere In . the property, andthe .t
tanker he
was on ... .
..
P. Meeting. name In which It wan a B *(L Spangled Rhythm"I .
7:30 1\1.-Prayer -
TUESDAY: daughter Mrs. J..W. Andrews. the Atlantic" had been torpedoedHe are a. follow:
Mr. and Mrs. N. Certificate No. IS. Tear of In.i Y
Sternberg returned whether it
did not say or not nuance.'AUKUBt' 4th. 1(41. .'
Tuesday from New York was sunk; but merely ]said: '"I Inscription of Property, All 8t&ofNMi -
Every' Visitor A Welcomed Guest -: City and were accompanied by made It to shore'\ all right".. Mr. : 11 Twp.of 1 NEB H. It.W SO of F..Branch, rontitlnhlir Ben. .' : WISH TO 'EXPRESS MY SINCERE APPRECIATION .

their daughter-in-law Mrs Ben Odom was on leave visiting his 26 Acren. more or lean.Nam ; .
Sternberg and young son, Ben, brother in Starke about two In' which annoimed,' Fonnl TO THE I) E Q P 1VEL- OF

.I I. Jr., who will spend the winter months ago.NOTICE Crew,..... lItlcat. No. IS Tear of Is- BRADFORD COUN.Tif"ANDTO '
months In Starke. all..ne.. AuvuKt. 4, 1841. {I t STARKE AND tt.
New Gifts. Arriving. DaiI/'At) Billy Graham of the USN, on : OP TAX APPMC'ATION UKHI' Pole NWVi Dxnc-rlptlon lees. road of Sec.Property II Twp., RRM' t ,nfl s., TilE MILITARY PERSONNEL I ;' OF ..

'Ii leave' from the Glynco Naval. (!<...* HilL No. lft.1) R. to K.. containing* 37 Acre*. moreor '
Base at Brunswick. Ga., together NOTICE 18 HEREBY!: U1VEN. 1 leer.Name In which accessed Fonnle CAMP BRANDING AND THE KEYSTONE
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with his wife, spent the weekend That. J. U Bnv.rly, holder of TmL Crewa.Certlfloate. ,
A RPENTEtrR S homefolka rtlflcaten numbered renpertlvely No. !06, Tear nf la.uanre ARMY All;, FIELD FOR 'TIF''WONDER-
In Starke.
.visiting 161 iNHued 7th. dey of September, August 4th, 141.Doxrrlptlnn ,
Mrs. Annie Lou Godwin return- U:16( : ; Number SIT Issued 4th.. day of Property, All NW'
T 4 Thursday of last week from of July, IK38; Number 88 lseued7th .. of IIW% W of Ry., Sec.' IS. Tww. : FUL COOPERATION. SHOWN IN HELPINGTO !!.
I
DRUG ? day of 19.19; ITS 1 ,
THE $ s & STORE AIIgu.ti 6 a. It. 22 Hi., containing 9 Acre
Miami, where she visited her son- MUd the 7th August' i91e 2ndday : ; more or I...... MAKE TilE PREMIERE .I
354 lunin-d the OFg"TIIIS'ISTHE .
and Number Name In which aimeancd Un :
in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. of Heptemhrr, 1040, has filed known.
Hank Register. same In my offl<-., and has made Certificate Nn.t 30*. Year of ,.- ARMY" SUCH AN OU'1FTANDING :
Come .Visit, Our Bunyan Urquhart of Wllllston, triplication fur 'T,.x. Peed. tb !>. uance. August 4. 19 ft.n""erlpUon r' .. *."" I
"* **
th ron. of
laNued of Property BB'4 ..-: -
pert Tuesday nigh ''with friends Said cerUflcater4'espectively' embrace NKV4 ex 9 A In .NB Cor Nil 144 SUCCESS. :\
PARTY: COUNTERS 'Starke. after taking the V-12 the following 4eMrrl".d prntt.ertt.a X-4 A In NW Cor Her 16 Twp. II I IR. I
of Bradford. ...
In the County 2* K., containing 111..1' mO
test for the Naval Reserve in Stat. or Florida, to-wlti or !I.*... Signed-Mina M. Grady. .
Gainesville that day. If he passes Neme In which a.H....iied, "i
Dlxon.CVrtlflrat. .
that test, he will likely be called No. :'41. Year of .iseuenre. 11
around the 20th for Ills physical.lie .. Ainrtmt 4th., It4l. I
Personalize: Your Gifts By Is now employed at the Post Description. of Property W 75 ft u h

.
Exchange at the Williston Air '\

Monogramming Them! Base. -,- ::::-: I''L.' _,, _: .. .. : n ,:- : '- n-'n.: -.. -- ..
N. D. Wainwright Jr.. recently
spent several days in :Tampa and 'j
STATIONERY COASTERS IlII borough County on business. -

Miss Ann Beam cashier at
PLACE CARDS NAPKINS the Floridan Hotel Tampa spent p
t the! week-end with her parents

MATCHES TOWELS, !\;'.-. and Mrs. C. E. Beam In fluu !
older to be with her newly-com- .
tniHSloned b r o Iher, Lt. Eugene

Beam, who was. 'also visiting., '

DO YOUR XMAS SHOPPING borne.Mrs. L. H. Jennings and children .. '

Walter and Carol Lynn, returned FLORiDAs.
EARLY Wednesday from an extended ?
visit with her people In
Des Moines, Iowa and Lt. Jen- WE FIT
nings' folks in Twin Oaks and

Fulton, 111. Lt. Jennings In a .,
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NAT SEZ: "flight surgeon" somewhere in Fire Insurance to your .
Australia and Mrs. Jennings and
children will remain in Starke for "personal! needs. Call aw t
won't be whit, !but ,
9e, Majbo It the duration.

pals Iff definitely going to be.a. Charley E. Johns
4 Q
dry Cl>rlxtma.. for many of u". WSCS To MeetThe Agency :
/f feller who tries to getug'or a
The W. S. C. S. c-f the Methodist Phone 13 stark.., Pin.
for the holidays '
two to lay up church will meet Monday
; In up' against It .thin year.The afternoon, Nov. 15, at''3:30: o'-
onllent thing that I know te. clock.: Business and program RprMentlntll THE TRAVELERS FIRE
do In to get In a supply of prune neetlag. Program ,In charge of INSURANCE COMPANY, Hartford I
mice std drop a hunk of jeawt' In Circle One. tie-.;.Ai'

It.., 1'I''.

5EA FOODS CHICKEN DINNERS I ." 'r"' TRh6KE11RM
"':t 1j
STEAKS CHOPS

NEW ARRIVALS DELICIOUS IRISH STEW to


TEMPTING. TASTY. SANDWICHES

IE RESULT OF,ESPECIAL BUYING DELICIOUS. HOME MADE, PIES > / 1 r

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RIP TO NEW YORK.. '#' MARKETS- A & A LUNCHEONETTE ,

A NEW SELECTION. OFDRESSES : 24-Hour Service

I ( In.Park, Theatre Bldg. Starke. Florida '
A strange place it would be-this State That l isn't whole story, however. 4

of ourt-if our splendid 29,745 mile netWork Transforming these lifeless ribbons of'

.; ., of improved highway suddenly, concrete, and macadam into live, active

.plUUJeld 4 .. 'ceased, to.exist._ arteries of 'pubUc transportation, has
('
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been the accomplishment of the Florida
A communities would be .,
great many Commission.
Railroad They've labored
COATSCOSTUME isolated. Others would find it infinitely
HOG hard and long to give our'State a transportation
.n.4n f I 1 more difficult to carryon even the system that compares favorably

la 'ogl i most ordinary daily activities with no ,with any other in the country.

andTAILORED CHOLERA trucks on the move, no cars or buses I ,

t taking workers to war plants and farms All of ,us who live and! .work<< and pay

soldiers, camp and home on furlough, taxes in Florida can take pride in our

I ,SUITS business travelers to nearby communities share in this highway system..
children to school.
fit-. A.CHIIf11IIEN.S. ,
'As fellow citizens, the Florida Motor

SWINt ERYSIPELAS We Floridians are apt to take for pantLines'have made.'a very large',contribu..
) : WE A R
,ed the convenience of our excellent tion in the form of license, fuel and

... ... Lederle Anti-Hog ,roads but these highway didn't'just 'operating taxes-but' we feel that our

This store can now supply you'with Anti-Swine Erysipelas grow. Building and maintaining them greatest service is in putting the highways ,

EVENKflG'FROCKSCOSTME Cholera Serum and Virus and LederJo is a tremendous job and for achieving to work for the benefit of all who
Lsderlo vaccine and drugs to
Serum and i wide list of other ,this successfully we can thank past and must travel, making wear reighbors: and
guard the health of your horses, cattle;sheep, hogs, poultryand .present administrations and particularly good neighbors aU the communitieswe

pet animals. Vaccin:tkn is your best insurance against Florida State Road Department.. we serve ,throughout the.State.

JEWELRYIT animal looses through dise:.i:. '
UNION: BUS STATION
t:t. REALm ouros.
Ask for a ct.. ; of, .L'I':
I-ACY CON'WAV, AicntTemple
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KOCH'S DRUG STORECourt l us Atennr Phone H* .


P 3 TO SHOP AT & Call Sts.__'__ __ StartFla.. <

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TELEGRA'PII STARKE, FLORIDA FRIDAY\', 1'\0\1'\1::
BRADFORD COUNTY ingR: **. fold,
PAGFI FOUR o'r .
AnnouncedMr. Highly Successful District Meeting Wedding Plans

SOCIETY rtuu CLUBS I r Sapp-Beckham Marriage I Of Woman's Club Held ,Here Wednesday" For Miss Guy

I M...
h Mrs L. J. McCaffreyof And Maj. Jopling
What was 'described by t eState I president;
.r ;;r, President as "one of the Miami, second vice-president; :The
Miss Guy HonoredAt Keller-Crawford most successful district meetingsheld I Mrs W LJ Cooper of Sanford, Denny marriage of tiles!:
the year" took place' corresponding secretary and Mrs Guy and Major R'
who has during Malcolm
Luncheon Crawford,
Miss Bonnie In the Woman's Club building Edna F u I ler of Orlando, state Jopling, ,/Ir via
of Louis Shafkln's place IaIo
Thursday
been an employe
.
club chairman of legislation.Mrs. eveDlng,
Starke
WednesdayMrs. when the
Wednesday
military supply and Jewelry at eight 0' clock 1 thef1V,1
host to the annual meetingof Smith stated that Florida In
18 months, became was Methodist >
and Mrs.J. tore for the past p church of
O. L. Beasley
bride of 1st Sgt Francis District Four, Florida Federa- club women had been instrumental The Starke
the
ceremony
W Klncald were joint at hostesses one Keller Saturday night, the tion of Woman's Clubs, comprising In selling $3,000,000 worth of b) 't.he Rev E F will be pen amt
entertained a
when they I by an Bradford, Union, Baker, Du- War Bonds during the recent Lake. Mont 6merp
com- ceremony being; performed City, assisted
luncheon Thursday
o'clock Miss Miriam I Guy, .Army Chaplain in a Catholic + r" Kr val, Nassau St. Johns and Clay "Buy A Bomber" campaign. She O. Cr PyweU. by the
plimenting '
where Countlea. also outlined the' part that theorganization Maid
Rucker, 0"
home Chapel at Camp honor
bride-elect, at the Beasley will !be
on North Walnut St. Sgt. Keller Is with the 110th Registration began at 10 oclock can play in helpingto rte Lou Williams, of Mhia
official brine permanent peace (to the Galneeilksaa
Medical Regiment.The with 44 delegates repie- Brlde
.maldlS: Miss
The table was laid centered with Imported bride Is the daughter of r d sentiug! every county In the district world after this war, and express- Yo ers; ot OrldDdo E I
and by h .
lace mats .
of A total of 92 club ell hope that the club would be ClaIre
an arrangement of light pink car- Mr. and Mrs. I. S. Crawford, f F FL FN present. Forte of 0 r I a Q d
table. 0,
nations and baby blue star flowers Wauchula, 'and la a' graduate of r members attended the session. I represented at the peace ,Kaye Sutton of Arcadia
'
the class The spacious Starke club house Mrs. Edward P. Pfaff of Jack'sanville. Best
in man
the high school there : Judge
pink candles In silver holder A, B,
;
''
I Is decorated with yel- was re-elected district di- of' Savannah tali I
were also used to advantage. The of 1940. The bridegroom the : : was tastefully Gs.. who Ia
place cards Were mln'lature'- son of 'Jacob Keller, of 'Ashland, low and white chrysanthemums, rector''and presided over both of the bridegroom net

dividual crystal holders, also In Pa., and was with the 344th palms and potted plants. An Interesting the morning and afternoon ses Ushers: Dr J, 1. Edward

light pink and blue.' The flowers Medical Regiment at Camp Blending feature was .a table, ions. Miss Geneva Farmer of Lake City, Lt, Ed Wright
ou'tlhe for six months prior to beIng arranged by Mrs. Ethel M. Biggs, Jacksonville: was re-elected district Lake City, and Henry II!
the house carried
throughout transferred to Camp Rucker artistically diapl a y I n g colorful secretary.At Atlanta, Ga.Soloist Guy'
color scheme of pink and blue. a month ago. Mr. and Mrs. Kel- -- :- Florida fruits and vegetables.Mrs. :' noon a delightful luncheon ; : Lt. Paul Hilliard,

The hostesses presented Miss ler will make their home in Herbert C. Ritch, presidentof was served at the,, Guidon Grill, Organist,; Mrs. E K Per
Guy with a piece of crystal match- Ozark, Ala, for the present. the Starke club, made a cordial where a patriotic motif was car-
Ing her selected pattern.. address of welcome, and, the ried out In decorations. Fireman
A three course luncheon was kins, Mrs. L. A. Davis, Mrs. K. gracious response was made by Entertainment: was furnished Enjoy

served by Mrs. Beasley and Mrs.! G. Duncan Mrs. L, D. Vlnlng. Mrs. W H. ,Wilson of Lake City. during the luncheon hour by Pvt. Chicken PilauOn

Klncald to the following guests! Mrs. Edward Burns, Mrs. D. P. :; Tk Theme of the meeting was Guy Massano, accordionist extra-

Miss Miriam Guy, Mrs,J. T. 'Guy. Carpenter, Mrs., J., E Wilson, and "Sharing in National I Defense"' ordinary from Camp Standing, Wednesday night NOV
Mrs. Fred Guy, Mrs. A. Z, Ad- Mrs. M F. Brown. and Inspiring talks on this subject Starke's volunteer firemeD uea I
who was Introduced by Mrs. J.
,were made by the following ea themselves to a delicious |t
W. Klncald.
I r y state officers, who the club was consisting of chicken plleau lala
privileged 'to entertain at this Members of the Junior' Woman's pickles, bread and butter, !
i Club,were co-hostesses and aawlst- and Coca
t time: Mrc. R. At Smith of San- Cola. The supper i
4 4 ford, State President; Mrs. J. L. ed in! various capacities throughout served at the beautiful new II i

Graves of Lake City, first vice- the day., -,'=- hall with the Chief, R, c. Bas

and Mrs. Robert it. Beckham of ''Hawthorne, Flft., announcethe ..- .- the hoat,' and his wife ?_

marriage of their daughter, Margie Rlece, to Mr. Dempsey'Rob- getting ready for the big event to' get home from Guadalcanal! her mother the Mrs. Letle sunn!*

4-L ert 'Sapp, son of lit. and Mrs Ethan A.. Sapp,"of New River. her marriage to Major Wallace 10' You know the old Raying serving supper
firemen
The
I The ceremony was performed Sept. 17 at the Cnerrydale Baptist Malcolm Jopling on Nov. 18 ,. The' way to a ntaWa"',wart, is 6' that when formerly the paid t
his stomach .. spirit moi
to'Ocala through Likelyto
.he'went down
parsonage in Arlington, Va., with the Rev. W. H. Brown; pastor, Says them they would have
I right, after a hectic shopping tripto be; quite a few officiating. Jax, feeling quite haggard, but ,! when some of rs amateurs money In, the treasury to do waa'
tc1eti4 The bride, an attractive blonde, was dressed in a light blue olka' down there told<< her she startl) swinlng the skillet they'saw fit. But, when I
traveling suit, with black accessories and her corsage was. of pink saw ,.so'many of their numbe
I've
looke, as if shed been on a rest Says] your (I know because
rosebuds.'. cure! It 'must' be love .". ti/ed/ } being .called into the A
Mrs. Sapp is a graduate of the Hawthorne High School and !snow Hear Pat Patray has resigned his Carolyn. Force, they not only voted L.
quit paying: dues, but also hurl
employed in Starke by the Southern Bell Telephone Co. job as game conservation officerto to
Mr. Sapp Is stationed in BaInbridge, Md., where .h ls1'attending go to Washington, P. C. 'as a Robert Green ry up had and In'spend the what mthey'

the Navy radio service school; He is a graduate,of Bradford,, County food and beverage taster-or Is treasury whO
there were still some of
Sigh School, and before_,entering,, the service was chiefvclerk. of ,the It food and beverage Inspector* ? Honored? '" left to .eftjoyi' it..
local rationing board. 1 i I never can 'rem' mber ., At jPilau Supper Consequently ("military
brief in Washington-D., C. Understand O. P.. Hutto, Steve
The! couple spent a honeymoon ret") Chief Buford spliced
r". Walker and quite' a few other :Cpl. Robt. G. Green, who received -
the treasury a little bit and real!
..... -,., ..... ,-,----------.. members of the old 124th Inf., the Put'pie' Heart for wounds lad a party worth while AI
"i. have transferred from Ft. Ben- received In action In the South- if the firemen eroptl
following
SalonANNOUNCES ning to, Ft.' Jackson, S. C.:. .' west(Pacific, was the honor guest two were present: Billy Jack,!

;4; /J eautii Carolyn Callstreet achicken) plleau supper, given son. Buddy Bishop, Bobble Turner,]
If you're IntrreMtml In disap- Wednesday night, Nov. 3, by his Billie Colson, Warren Winkler,|

.. pearing acts, you should have parents, Mr and Mrs. Adam Edgar. Wilkinson, Elbert Than

r_ .. ....- _,_ I. _,.... ILl ._._ ..... _. 1_ _._ .... "- .. seen the one performed by those Green, at their home northwestof ton, Carl RItch. Bobble Bigi|
.. r. lovely lemon pies baked up by Starke. Around CO relatives Charles Partial
Well, folks t.. f .I've always Clara Mae Knight as the last seat the the and' friends of the family enjoyed Adolph Gay
for
Boots Green party Herbert!
The Arrival of Two New Experienced wanted to attend a Hollywood in the house 'was1 taken.!'' ,. '. Robertone the'event with the honor Mayor'. 'Charles Darby,
Adam Greene ,gave son guest Green, George Kenls ana A. J
|
Premiere and now even that am- Quite a feather b .vher I'd
'fyf cap. night last week'I. ., Still a ,Cpl. Green left Tuesday for Vllklnsontital
bition has been realized right,hereon say'' .Gilmpsei' among the mystery to me how those presentate Maxwell Field. Ala., with his sister 0

Beauty Operators: r Call St. .. The event of younger set doing the: premierewas any pie at all after consumIng ? Mm! R. W. Reese, who had I > in Springfield Mo., where lit
II Thursday night of last week could Marian Brown, escorted by such generous portions of Mrs. spent several days in Starke.; He will undergo another operator
I ,
.,, >....,,.', --.., ._._. even In the movie capital Itself r ,b Robert anxious to O'Reilly General Hen-shrapnel from a bomb.
: No wonder was so I
'
MISS RUTH, HASER, :; ',';' ; : .:. We,had flood lights, we had Hear Mack Futch had quite a

'. }- music and we had dignitaries run of hard luck over the weekend -

,.. of Erie, Penn: ... '. What more could you ask? !', Seems It all started when a.
F Greeting General Kunzlg and he skipped school Friday'.after
1M. party at the door were Legion noon, leaving?',his expensive- trum- .3': .

.' Commander. B. Sewell (and pet outside the band room .. I '.,,. '_. ," .. ,. ,. .1 .10' .,., ...
.. ; y d
.. .of...
MRS. SAM LONGof Mrs). Congressman Lex and Lu- When he went back for it before .
cile Green, L A.' and Lee Davis the'' game F"iday'Dl&ht( : the case 'SW'.a p'1 'l-tl, //f. I l e 'J ijy.

; (Councilman L. A. representingthe was there but the trumpet was
Detroit, Mich. mayor), Legionnaires and gone! Mack (who IncIdent-
r air esses Lonnie an* Charlie Lou ally, could become the hero of a

Vining and Kap an' Margaret new book entitled '"Young Man\

CALL 149 FOR APPOINTMENTS Duncan, and H. N. Fairbanks, Without A Horn") spent a sleep-
president of the Rotary Club less night before the missing Instrument
Mlna Grady (through whose generosity was finally found next

the entire premiere proceeds day under the school house! .
went to Army Emergency Who put It there and for why.Is .
JI.j.1. &au1j Salon Relief) looked charming, as always still a mystery" .JV 'To make

.. .> ,Moat soulsatisfyingsound matters worse,' Mack'emaahPd his ARMISTICE
+ I 'ot'the evenlngvwaa that big watch so It seems/ die's :really in

tk, Starke, Florida. sigh of' 'relief heaved by hard- the dog house ... Says he's kindof

.. t' working ticket,sale' :,,chairman on probation,; checking |'n' and
_u" out of the house 'like a man
-
., WUJUUULWWJWlJWIJWL punching a time ologkl't' :

,
I .
I COME, TO Spotted an* Jotted:':Inez' Green

'tl spo/ting a new wrlat, watch .\ ,

:" ,. ... her 12th husband anniversary. Bulova present with from diamonds ,

t ", ::4'", -riJ: set around ,. Mrs,. Henley -
.
I'H 'J'.IA C' 0 B S. .
DAY
.
; down from Maine. to spend .
,' ;." another winter, witbua; and'still 1 ( "

making headquarters a t Edna '.
Hart's Myrtle Anderson takIng t '
.. ta
'. time"ort from her USO-YWCA
Jar .
t. ; I.: .AND, ,SAVE, 3j'41-, duties\! while ,son A. W;' Uhome -..... y t ,
.' on 'furlough,,,_%_. age_;BMeman( .... ,
taking Mrs. A's place while she's r t *1 1

Odd ,,'I; "" CloseOut! way The attractive, blonde WENTY-FIVE years ago this world went wild with''' I joy. The world
: ,
StflTSAssorted
M'E'N S
\ I Sues a former YWCA,lec'':om
Lot*c i. / Minnesota ,.'4f: Henry':; SanassaJr. I IThis cried'Peace? ,?\ Blot there: was no peace. There:w s' only a truce.
stir
'
( .) wearing a Bolles uniform
Styles'and' Colors <<
I r. at the game last*.Friday; but << l'd to
time there be
I "' Neatly Tailored Warm Rich Fabrics playing) drums with the BH3 band must no truce.This wood-cutting !fIl9S pre
.
I Iud yelling for the Tornadoes k. '''time we are grimly determined to see make good that shortage. We will be

: $6.98LARGE .: |and Pant:30 Hudglntf pounds home lighter'4ha4'+;oa fui-fough'' when I the job ro.u9h"W will make what. paid for our woodl of course. But we

ha .started Marine Ijwy 'trainingr. : .tever"'"sacrifice: necessary. We won't are asked to do ft as'ouispecial part
few weeks"ago 'jj >: BUI'.Duke +
.1 SELECTION OF ,,BETTER SUITS I II (rent control 'admiiUstrator, ) declaring :I.:.1.1'W let It happen again. in the war, bcjckins up our own boys

I he expects Jt Q,*leave for y '.. Armistice Day this.I year ""arksthe. in the ice '
LADIES 'LADIES .se ,
Camp Bunding withy the :December ; "r : honor
,truckload'nom 1 'Alachua dd beginning of a new call upon our patriotism. In whose : ill you cut your

WINTER COATS DRESSES County, ;4.t (H..' J |', Atoll directed especially to cord? A son? AgbretberT-A' friend?

Hear there wa qoJt"a bit 'of the people of this community. Give us hf! '>ci/4'Hyoor*, so

Values to $10 Values to $4.98CLEARANCE consternation tother day when rolle I.
One of the threats the
Florence.Minis' husband departedfor ,gravest to ourallout that both may be entered

1 ; CLEARANCE! Camp, with keys to the, ,usa war .effort is ,a shortage of of honor.' No boy Wa Bie.b. aupulpwood. se
.Seems :
YWCA he didn't Discover -,
I his blunder until\ he got out We who'live In'the pulp t we failed. t () yJ ,j VI .a.

$3.98 ,, $1.98Assorted on the range After explaining .
his dire predicament to< his,'Lt. Flit OUT THE COUPON AND MAIL TODAY(
h: was given a pass to bring the .
Colors Odd J '" !
I but reaching r------------
Soft & Warm keys to town upon ; --------------- iJ
Sizes tbo sate he found that through I. -n
CHAIRMAN PULPWOOD
error his pass was good only fromrettea COMMITTEE
Assorted sBRADFORD -
I Styles, Rayon Crepe Spun Rayon ( to reveille After a COUNTY TELEGRAPH t
1 I frantic i phone call the Lt. sent 'a 1
In honor d
of
.- Cord
f nan on a motorcycle with the I )J C it.a-
HUNDREDS OF UNADVERTISED BARGAINS correct pass and Pvt: Millis daah- : Pledge to cut an EXTRA CORD of pulpwood ....
i ed to Starke and delivered the I during: the drive period-Nov. 11 toI Dec ll.i +> ,KSrrtllatsi I I lp

1 At JACOBS' 125 Call St. keys safe. Into Quite the a hands harrowing' ofFlorvence { ex* i .SjQned ;'',

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; :Mrs. Li. A. Duncan of Lake But Robert. Canova. Kidd I Lots. 19 S Tp.A I T at 8.Blk It.14 IS In B HamploS l.- nibraced I of 14....B. 13.175 Twp.ft of more S Nee B.. It.of or 13 NWS4 less.Name H... contain.Int of BR'4- at In. the kuch be coiunotiHe soul certificate to the rt iOr or highest..n pertltlcateswill the, I binder flrat'Monday ,I
t nece-nber
NEWS A"rea.
of
117 LOCAL ler la spending several weeks herewith under said certificate. Nc Un In month .
ass.ee.d December
-of
In which. day
( f. I I. the- 8th
l 1 a her Capt. and Hrs. R. a. Kidd Jr. 192.lints 141, which ..
son and daughter-in-law T, 8. 0, to. II, IS of Hll known. 1B43. .
Mr. and Mrs. K. G. Duncan. of Columbus Qa. announce the 91 In "I..nton' AdJ 8.o. 10 Twp. 1 All of said property belnit In the Paled. thin Srd day of November
oflLlve'oalklu.t O. L. Patten and arrival of a son Robert Canovu H. It. it 1:., la embraced under oalicvrtiruato County of Until ford. State of Florida. 1943.OFFICIAL. j
Mrs. son,
Mrs. A. C. Durden returned tc No. >XI> T. BBAI. A. J, Thomas
H. Holcomb. and George, of Tallahassee are spending her home In ..Idd. Jr., on Sunday Nov. T. t4.", of Lot 17, In WoodUwn H", Unless. mich certificate. or certificate ( Court of B'-ixHorrt \r'
son-in-law I Tampa on Monday; It. XI [,j., contalnlnift according Clerk of l1-a.
her 19 l'wp. 6 H. >> hall he redeemed Flurldn Jl-5 4t I
and Mrs. Joab a few days in Starke while ,after a visit with her daughters Arrca. more or less In .mbracviuvdor to law the property described County

t, Mr. Patten Is attending hearings Mrs. O. L. Beasley and :Mrs. J. Chas. Arthur TorodeMr. Lot 1 said of Ulk vvrtlflrat 8 Lincoln No City itS. Net.. f =1)) .J o'.
of the Railroad Commission in W. Kincaid. IX H.: la embrace*
andjltee 33. Twp. a 8. It.
I'd, D. E. Knight, Miami. Mrs. S. K. Brownlee returnedto and Mrs. Edwin Torode oJ' under MU venlflrale. No. lit. I I'
recent visitorsonville. Starke announce''' the birth of ton
Mrs. J. M. Mitchell and MIMI Starke Sunday afternoon after So 30 'I wp. 1 t4. tt. II w? IM embraced J JI
Charles Arthur, on Nov. 2 ....
Lucile Mitchell have returned spending several weeks in Gaines son under Bald ".rUU" Nc M
In the AlachuaJ County Hospital i
from u Visit of several days with vile with her son-in-law anddaughter. and 354.Th miBiwment' of auld propert;,
wanted' a .. Mr. and Mr*'. R. O. Daniel In Judge and Mrs. A. V Gainesville Mrs; Torode under. mid certificate. No. 142>> wIn .. 1415"DIXIE"
'oa'pe young son returned'to their home the name of Mm. K. P. Croftthe ; Monday November
Sarasota. Long.; Mrs. Brownlee's man y assessment of std propvpl:, I Sunday
who friends here yesterday$ under ..ld certificate. No 417 MIII,
Miss Catharine, Noilman here are rejoiced to know ,
ENCER
> In the name. of Unknown; ;
Is attending F. S. C. W. In Tallahassee that she is now greatly improved CARD'OIF v-|THANKS 93 the were aanvHUment of said ptogeit;, I
f toIrt and Miss Betty Jean.Noll- i after her recent illness. Mr. and under. said certificate, No lit W.M i
that tiredeettng. ;man of Jacksonville will spend Mrs. H. L. Brownlee were visitors ,We take this means of thanking In the the ameiiament name. of ISd.of J.said John.and nropert<; Crosby 'r
E the week-end here with ,Mrs. W. i In Gainesville! Sunday and our kind friends aDd all who under said certificate' No. 64vt .. : Dorothy, I.amour -, lung

It D.l*f AnotUr Days9ra : H. Nollman. "Mother Brownlee" returned will] J helped us' an. ouV'" orrow and; for In.went the.Co.Unlenn name. of Hsni" ton Ixvelop' \}
Mrs. L.'' A. Davis will leave the, beautiful' :.l1'tWer8. that expressed .. sold CertlfloMm shall be 16
them.Master love.-i-ilrs, w r.deamed.aecording, to Saw JM Wed.- Thurs, l November 16 17, -. }
lelepkon* toj Jacksonville' Monday for a trip Sgt.,, A. W. Anderson, so ; "..'. .1 propertied described: therein Tues. -
> or conetl.r. to Columbus. Ohio where she will Jr., now stationed at Camp Pick- P. Burt and family he amid In the highest 1uOderthe .t

Spends ,Pttend the General Convention of ett, Va. with the 31st Division.. U asa Monday Courthouse. In the Month door .of on I>the....m""r1 firs' "Dr. GiDespies Criminal Case"Lionel \
BKRTH PKABCMV. the .United Daughters of the Con- spending a 15-day furlough herewith After serving'several weeks T-H43, which I Is the Ith., day oUerember
Madison St. I bis parents Mr. and Mrs "relief" policeman. Vollie F A. D. ".S. ":;
federacy. Srd day 'of Novemher Donna Heed
Dated thin
Johnson
A. W, Anderson. While on furlough Manning has resumed his 1 old A. D 19N.40FFICIAI. Barrymore. Van i
Sgt. Anderson will also position as a regular member "o Clerk. Circuit SWAI.) Court A. J.Brad Thorns f onCounty i 'I

visit, relatives in Archer. the police force.Survives Florida. 11-1 4t H-U :
CHRISTSUNDAY
0 F
CHURCH Paul Hudgins U. S. Marine NOTICK OK-APPI.IC4TION Sun. Mon ,

Corps who has just completedboot I Torpedoing KOH TX IIKKI1<
... .' training at Pants Island S. "..*. Mill No. I IJNOTI C1IVK.X: Nov. 14 15
: }0:00! A. :31. Bible Study. C., Is spending a short furlough W, N. Odom had letter from that F..'M."'M Pack IS hum 11KUKHY the'/.ItoUlar. 01 .
here with Mrs. their RjQdom; 31'dc1a.-: the-'folio win it certificate. .m, fitssald.u.rllfleat.e <, .. Bob'HopeR1TZ '
M.True Worship (No. 1). Hudgins and his brother J. tor.. tax deed the Betty ,Hutton Victor Moore '
11:00 A. U S. Navy, '
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,baby daughter. Petty Officer .In''Ute liMtied. thereon. The certlflcntnumbers
M.-Parable of'the Sower. E. .J. Roberts of Lawtey in a few days ago.statlug that th : and year of issuance, tit 'I
am
7:30 P. description of the piopeity.
spending a few days with his tanker he was onaomewhere in the names In which It was aeaeiare : "Star Spangled Rhythm"

TUESDAY: 7:30 P. M.-Prayer Meeting. daughter Mrs. J.,W. Andrews.Mr. the Atlantic" had been torpedoed Certificate a.* follow No.: It. Tear of IHuance .
and Mrs. N. Sternberg returned He did not say whether;or not It ,; August 4th ISO. "
Tuesday from New York was sunk; but merely said: "I Description;of Property, All. Hof > APPRECIATION
of Branch, Bee t EXPRESS MY SINCERE
NHVlW
of
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Every Visitor A Welcomed Guest -:- City and were accompanled; by made It to'shore'all' right" Mr. 18 Twp. 9 8.t.. 10 B., contalnlni I WISH
their ,tiaughter-ln-law. Mrs. Ben Odom was on leave visiting his 25 Acre,In more which or accessed let*. Fonnli, TO THE P E 0 P t'g:< OFt .
Sternbeig and young son Ben brother in, Starke about two Crews.Certificate Name. '
Jr.,, who will spend the winter months ago.'te0'rirn No. i9. Tear of 4it' STARKE AND BRADFORD.COUNTANDTO
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u.I. .u..n.. ... August 4. 1841.Deacrlptlon ... ,
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months In Starke. of Property. BH5,4 oNWH ( Ell:
OF
Arriving Daily""At t Billy Graham of the USN on '' '' OK TAX APPLICATION OKKI' rut l I.*a road S..". 12 Twp, e S. THE MILITARY. PERSON. ,.$.,.. .
Gifts R. to E., containing. 37 Acre, more
New
eave from the Glynco Naval, Mill No. lea) '
n. <"e..t. or I..... BRANDING AND THE 'KEYSTONE
Base 'at Brunswick. Ga., together NOTICE II!! HfillEBY!: OIUKNThat Name In which ..**..*ed. Fonnl. CAMP "

; R''S. with his wife spent the week-end OrtlflfBtvM J. I.. Beverly numbered holder respectively of TU* Crew Certificate No. .lOS, Tear. of 1.. ARMY AIR, FIELD FOR ''THE WONDERFUL -
A RPENT'E flailing homefolks In Starke. 151 Issued 7th day of tsepttmborl auance August 4th 1(41.D .
Mrs. Annie Lou Godwin return l 3 II: Number kIT Innued 4th, day "*prlptlon of Property All NW1of I COOPERATION SHOWN IN HELPING k
if July IMS\ ; Number 8. Untied HWV4 W of RY.. Heo. 11. TwoB '
(d Thursday of last week from ilh day Dr Ausruiit, JU39; ITS Inmod R. til R, containing 9 Acre,
THK 3S2( alt DRUGSTORE MiamI, where she visited her sonslaw Number the 7th day 354,.j>Issued* AuitUHt the,. J919tnd Snit' more Name or leas In. which '.........>d Un. TO MAKE THE PREMIERE OF!'\"TriItISI9THE

and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. ,lay of H..pt.mb.f,-. 1B40, has. filed. known. SUCH AN OU'ISTANDING: I ,l
and. ban madenpliratlnn ,308. Tear. of Innuance ARMY"
,In my Certificate No.
ame
Hank ,
Register.
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offkl' .. ,
II. Ieel tb b* 4. 141. "
Come,.Visit.. Our Bunyan Urquhart, of ,Wllllston, '....ue rertlflcateaspsrtively.. .m. ( A In NB Cor A K* 4
!part Tuesday night 'with friends race Maid the following .......rl""d pray NKVi-. A ex In NW Cor 8..... 19 Twp. 8 8R. I I I
PARTY COUNTERS I !:\, Starke after taking the V-12 .riles In the County ot Bradford It K., contaliVnaZS'acre. *, more MIna \M. Gr dY .
eat for the Naval Reserve In Hat. of Florida, to-wltt or 1**.*. Signed-
Name In which eeseseed, Matlldn
Gainesville' that day. If he passes Dlxon.Certlflrate' .
:
that test he will likely be called No. H4.. Tear. of !..- M
'nnce. August 4'h., 141. .
around the 20th for his physical. Description of Property. W 75 ft
Personalize'Your Gifts By lie Is now employed at the Post .. .y

xchange at the Wllllston Air .yi

Monogramming Them! Base. ..... .::-: <'-', ,.-. .. \ i
N. D., Wainwright Jr., recently "
"pent'leveral days In :Tampa and -
STATIONERY -. COASTERS lllllsborough! County on business
Mias! Ann Beam cashier at ,
PLACE CARDS NAPKINS the Floridan Hotel Tampa spent p '

tee! week-end with her parents flou "i
TOWELS STr. .and Mrs. C. E. Beam in -
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MATCHES &
older to be with her newy-com-) ; !
missioned, b r o ther. Lt. Eugene

Beam, who was. .also visiting, '. ., '
borne. FLORIDA

DO YOUR XMAS SHOPPING Mrs. L. H. Jennings and children -
Walter and Carol Lynn returned ; ?
Wednesday from an ex-
EARLY .
tended visit with her people In
Des Moines, Iowa and Lt, Jen WE FITFire I/tfblUf
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nings' folks In Twin Oaks and : :
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111. Lt. Jennings Is a
Fulton, .
"flight surgeon" somewhere in Insurance to your .
NAT SEZ:
Australia and Mrs. Jennings and tL7"7"u 7"t
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but'pal8. children will remain in Starke for 'personal I needs. Call f

Mabe It won't be white, the duration. ,
to be.... E. Johns
going Charley
lt'. definitely
i 1, of us.S WSCS To Meet
many
for
/ dry Clirl"tmai* AgencyPhone

The feller who tries to get aUC"01' The W. S. C. S. of the Methodist 13 Starke; Fli. ,

$ / two to IllY up for, the bolldays A church will 'meet Monday 4 d".
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.. l I" up' against It thin year. afternoon( Nov. 19, at 3:30, o'- THE TRAVELERS FIRE
Representing
that I know to Business and program
onlie thin clock ,
The INSURANCE COMPANY. Hartford
'. do In to get In a supply of prune meeting. Program .,in charge of ,.

,'ulce.auld. drop a hunk of yeast In Circle One: p"+*'# ..s .: pNES ..
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'PEA FOODS, CHICKEN DINNERS ,

ws ** STEAKS CHOPS

DELICIOUS IRISH STEW +
NEW ARRIVALSE
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TEMPTING. TASTY. 'SANDWICHES

J. DELICIOUS HOME MADE PIES

RESULT OR'SPECIAL:; BUYING' .


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NEW SELECTION OF ?.: ; 24-Hour Service
Plorida'rCHOLERA' ''
1 t' In :Park Theatre Bldg. Starke ., A strange place It would'be-this State That" ,Isn't whole story however. t.

of ours-if our splendid 29,743 mile network Transforming these lifeless ribbons of'

DRESSES of improved highways suddenly concrete, and macadam into live, active

'ceased to'exist.. arteries of 'public transportation.. '

< been the accomplishment of the Florida :
... 4,..v. .. t A great many communities would, be Railroad Commission. They've labored .,' ;,

COATS) / \ isolated. Others would find It I infinitely hard and long to give our State a trans: ," I

HOG more difficult to carryon even' the portstion system that compares favorably :
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'tt). :r t most ordinary daily activities-with no with any other in the country. !

'trucks on the move no cars or buses 'I :

COSTUME andTAILORED J taking workers to war plants and farms All of us who live and' work,, and pay *I ,

'soldiers,to camp and home on furlough taxes in Florida can take pride in our

y business travelers to nearby communiIhare in this highway system. i
.SUITS '
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ties, children to school.

.... : "" 'As fellow citizens >the, Florida Motor

1 ERYSIPELAS I We Floridians are.apt to take for EfantLlnel have made'a very.Urge:contribution -

CHIL'D'RENS: : WEAR SWINE ed the convenience of our excellent in the form of license fuel and

roads but these highways didn't just operating taxes--but we feel that our
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.".., I, .' This store can now' supply you with ,,Ledetlo Anti-Hog grow. Building and maintaining them greatest service is in putting the highways a

Cholera Serum and Virus and Letfefle Anti-Swine Erysipelas is a tremendous job and for achieving to work for the benefit of all who

EVEMG'JFROCKSCOSTllfE Serum and a wide list pf other Lsderle vaccine and.drugs' 'to this successfully we can thank past and must travel, making -ear neighbors and I

guard the health of your horse.cattlevshsepr hogs poultry :present administrations and particularly good neighbors'of the communities I.

treat insurance against Road we serve throughout the.Slate. ,
and pet animals. Vaccin::ln is your 'the Florida State Department.

JEWELRY animal losses through die.s:! UMO\f HUS STATION

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Ask for a t'. i.of, La. L.1CY CONWAV, Agent
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Temple Aterue '
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PAGE" : SIX ----. section which Is usual! since most "private aviation
the Getzen Parker place cadet"
113 near
FLA. STATE FARM cultural Dept., which will requir OUR SERVICE 'MEN east of Brooker Could'be greatly geese and duck winter brought south first by to Army Air Corp En!: ,J
and< the northern go
the State
travelling all over by installing a culvert serve, and tully .xiJT
By. E. R. Douvler Shirley .. l... ., ........1. Improved the coast salt marshes, until driven "
Mrs. Laingalld daughter l> IftriMlfitrfl County boys now ..n"lMr Intel' local cold weather. active
COMMUNITY: : CLUBA I will return to their old horn ....... tiir*.ti> and ,...... are Mrarvol t* that he had requested the division Inland by I time In November. 5 10
very pleasant and profltnbl In Chattaboochee after living for ponpvrnto .T brln>*ilHK In ..w. and Ivttvmfrom office at Lake City to make
tar buy sway from he m*. Srr.lrernrn
meeting of the Club w a. held : a year at Ponta Vedra while Mi are sumo! rvojlieHfvd v vrlt. t. th. the necessary improvement. He Makes The 'Grade
Tuesday afternoon. A good 11- Laing was employed here.P. Teleitrnph.. rvportlm ..*.!!. and mrtlvltlrnf also stated tbat a condition here- QUICK RELIEF FRO

tendance and good reports frot D. Fancher, Mrs. M. E. Gil Imtrrrft. toiore reported by the Board Arch Thomas Jr., was very Symptoms of DUtr*.Artsinz

almost every committee were'' tier, Mrs. Bryan Whitfield, Mre .. -- about the surface of Road 113 In desirous of getting Into the Army STOMACH

made. Plans were made for tbe Graham Putman, Mr. and Mri TO BK:, INDUCTEDMorgan ceremony, the Image" was take Brooker would be investigatedand Air Corps but had a physical disability ULCER
be on C. M. Turney and Mrs. M. H. Ir DUE TO EXCESS
i Christmas party to given down to the river and thrown corrected. which could be overcome ACt
r, Dec. 14. The club voted to lend< Holmes visited friends and shop Lee Tilghman your to.the water. U It'"'sinks, goodluck Con- FreeBoo.Tell.ofHomeT

$S to the Children's Home Soclet 'I' ped In Jacksonville Wednesday. Brooker married man : ,
and to give a like amount to th has been ordered to report for'' should float-bad luck for the e;1- 'SPORTSMAN'SCORNER the last Over'two<< mnuon bnttkeof th,
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he '
the forelock, spent' T REA !
National War Relief Fund and LA WTEY Induction,, Into the Army on No' tire village! I don't see how the two weeks In June in Riverside armptommofdlatre..e1hdng TAlENT ba..1MMIo ....
also to send a Christmas box t') Ily Coleman Phllllpn 1C. Mr. Tilghman Ia registered : priests can miss, however as the after sufficiently Dmodea.l Uiowo due to
and .
""' Hospital, '
Willa Jean Smith, our orphaprotege. with the "board at Water Valle;; image Is ,made of clay and brick "as good as CiI...._D'u' .. ... .... .. _
At the close of the bus!- TRUSTEES ELECTEDThe !MIIIR.. his former home. At one and naturalygoes to the boi By T. L. Hamlter I'ecuperatlngwas.. dUll too 1Ea_.Acid. !.' jd 00.1'16:---,.
and election of school trustee : new. Asa for 'Willard'. .. da"
delicious ,
ness session egg time he was Senior Leader at the tom.' '
olive sandwiches, cookies and ho was held Tuesday Nov. S, with i avery Civilian Conservation Camp then Recently we publl shed new On October 18,, having passedall .xplatn.tbytreetmob..4m.a1AKOCH

coffee were served by Mrs. H. KTyus light vote being cast. Or J. located near Brooker and for 'I NEEDS: "MORALE BC1LDKU": regulations regarding the takingof tests he was "sworn in" ,as a DRUG STORK:

and Mrs. Paul McLendon, Phillips W. H. Edwards Jr., and< the past three years han_ bee i Phil L. Brown. Sl-c writes the game in this distilct. One uu_
for the afternoon. L. H.. Hill were chosen to sere that "I sending change we omitted ,was that the ... ..,. ," w
hostesses employed as assistant storekeeper I Telegraph : am .<>,_ ", ,'.r{'? <.>:t :"" <:>, 'L
on this Important board. with the Quartermaster Corps at money tor a year's sub cl'lption. bag limit on dove has been reduced I ;\ 'iFt'>'Y'Q..,w<,..,;-f.t,>>,'".t't.i: !....:.' ;:'";:.x 'f>V'
T. H. Myers of Lake City was .. is the morale awful low at to 10 per day. The mason, f" $,':; <. (, 't'--'k"' ;:- .<'f';;'"
Blanding. Hla wife i My gets :" ,, ,?)... i '
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Camp
for
and Mrs. East The Rev. Forbes E. Fuller, 1" h ,, "" :.i."Y-'j'' '''<''<<
Mr to
of :<
a guest former Miss Estelle Mott and times 'over- here and the horn however has been extended f.<:,x;:< '. i!' J"M'" ;
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ham Saturday and Sunday. mer pastor of the Lawtey Baptls will build it His January 11 Instead of December I tr :: '
service at the Church and who -has recently they have one daughter, Barbar paper help up. I 1, w: e ,
The worship
:
Ann, who is two years old. address 'Is; Phil L. Brown, Sl-< 31. :
L. A. been in Chicago Ill., presented e a ..
Club House by Chaplain ,
of motion picture slides USS Markab ((3 Dlv.), coo| Flee The shortage shell, combined ,'<\>:0: ,;&
wai program ..
morning
Shepherd Sunday .
Calf. of "'- r.;"
Pofftofflce. San Francisco, with, the uncanny ability : ,':'
enjoyed by a fair* sized congrc here Wednesday night showing( IIONOIMItLE DISCHARGE of ',,,,"" '''' :; :-
doves to determine the range ,
Since we do not have the mission work that he will Andrew Starling son of Mi ': ,; k., ,
gallon. OPF..UATOnME"fI.\NIO '
wish RADIO a shotgun plus the short bag ;:>.V;<::#
be !In Cuba. We Law
to enable us to attend services soon doing and Mrs A. J, Starling of ." "
gas Pfc. William B. Marsh >has completed limit will keep many of ua away :t"
elsewhere it Is a prlveleg< him lots of success in his new ley has received a ,medical dli !i1
I In this
an Intensive course : from the cornfields year.
at home. field. IM. from 'the Army as the !% -
to have this service charge, '
the r4
at \ opened
radio operator-mechanics Duck ,season officially
Dr. and Mrs. R. P. Stubbing, '... and 'Mrs. Edwin Starling result, of shell shock receive Technical School Army Air >Tuesday morning and yours truly : ,: r1 jtf,4 / 7t'
Dr. and Mrs. who are now living in Jackson while serving on '>:: t
accompanied by Forces Training Command. Siou: spent an hour Tuesday evening k
Mead of Tampa left Tuesday to villa, were In Starke and Lawtej tt *t 'Mew:- Qeorgia Ii I Falls, South Dakota. In addition; examining the one remaining No. ,:*it, -h: (

attend the sessions of the Denta on business this week. ,andn/ t h e to attending school h e wen 5 shell to determine whether the f.r"" /Vt'ct ,

Association now going on ir Rev Williamson of Jacksonville 'outhwest Pan through a rigid drilling and physical manufacturer finished the job of
Jacksonville.Mrs. will preach at the Baptist Church in orde end
( Ic, where he training program putting shot Into the front
L. F. Chapman left Tuesday and it Is hoped that a large con '''f 1 pent one yeas to be fully prepared to take ove of It.

to spend several weeks with gregatlon will turn out to hear n + fr'i'J: Ie was returned an assignment In a combat area Yes the ducks did come over.

her son and daughter-in-law, Lt him.Ozzie f';;' o the ,States s- If necessary. He la now prepare* In fact, several came over, look-
Col. and Mrs. L. F. Chapman, Bell Wiggins of Jacksonville J W'I' ) out thre to Join the crew of a bomber or ing like miniature P-39's, and =

Jr., at Quantlco Va. is attending court in Stark I months. ago and I to take.up any ther .radio dutie flying at what seemed consider- --

Mrs. Lester Dobbs visited ir thl.. week. pent some time to which the AAF Training Command ably more speed. My stock of

Palatka Saturday. Willie Grlffls, Jr., of Lawtey Mn the 'Ashfor may. assign him. eight No. 5 shotahella was soon

Mrs. J. L. Robinson and Mrs,. left Tuesday to join the Army General HosplU reduced to one which, I, in an

H. L. Parker went to Jacksonville We hope he will fight for hit at White Sulphur Springs. W. Va.. BROTIIERS IN SERVICE: : effort to retain my self respect, I -

Friday to remain several days country faithfully and will be before being discharged. He 1 la carefully preserved and examinedas ,' .. -

with Mr. and Mra. 'Robert Rob I back home soon. now at the home of his parent rr- aforementioned. I regret to ..,y ....,.,....... -_,..... .r_ ""-.-... "' 1.-
inson. The ladies of the W. M. U.. en- in Lawtey. report that the manufacturer

Mils Elvis Dobbs of Jackson- toyed a profitable meeting Tuesday complied with all the rules and

vllle was a week-end guest of her afternoon. TO, PILOT FORTRESS regulations set forth, by' the department I
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parents Mr. and Mrs. Lester Cbllin Durrance gave a party '2nd, Lt. Milo O. 'Sponholtz: of, commerce. (There
night and those really weren't enough of those",
Saturday among learning to pilot a big Flying
Dobbs. The railroad of America are backing Industry to the limit In the"Ar
enjoying the evening were: Vera Fortress as a student la,the! tour shells In the beginning for me to
the close coordination born of a common CHUM
Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Dudley of production. Only
sure'nuff duck hunter).
Mae Mosley Amer Crews Roger transition school at trade to a
have left the Farm to return to engine pilot a could result In the extraordinary achievements of transportation mj
Peele, 'Odia Forsyth and Virginia the Roswell (New Mexico) Arm;; Reports from several sources Industry since the war. began "
,their old home at Grand RldgJwhere "t drM Indicate few ducks in thle: .has the Interdependence
Carmlchael. Air Field. He received his pilot'. very For many years the Seaboard Railway recognised
they own a prosperousfarm. Mrs. W. H. Edwards, Jr., and wings recently at Ft. Sumner M. of Industry and transportation. On the established principle
f We are sorry to have them Mrs. L.- H. Hill were guests oi M., and Is the son of Mrs. Katherine that the welfare of the railroad depends upon the prosperity of Iti
leave our community. MaJ. and Mrs, John P. Courses Sponholtz formerly of Law- Relief At Last patrons,' the Seaboard has been working over a long period of time
Mrs. Graham Putman of Birmingham .Pfc. Henry E. Futch (left) and for the economic development of the territory It serve
Ala. fs the house guest of Jacksonville Sunday tey. Pvt. Earl B. Futch (right), son) The Seaboard's Interest extend beyond the location of new plant'
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Mr.. G. W. Brown spent the
brother-in-law and slater of Mrs. R. H. Futch of Lawtey, For Your It Is equally concerned with the success of all Industry served hjr Its
of her Whitfield.MI's. week-end In Starke with her DESCRIBES: INTERESTING are serving on widely separated Cough Line. Its policy Is to provide adequate service and to adjust the freight
Mr. and Mrs. Bryan daughter-ln I a w. Mrs. M. F. P.\GAN CEREMONYLt. rates on raw. materials. and finished products to enable these Industrie
fields of action: Henry Is servleg
J. W. RItch of Jackson. Brown, and grandchildren. Ralph Rhodes son of Mrs Creomulsion relieves promptly because to compete with similar industries whether. located la the South or
vllle Is the guest of her son-in- ) with an engineer regiment It right to the seat of the
Among those from here attending D. A.. Monteith of Starke is serv ROCS elsewhere.
law aDd''daughter, Mn. and Mrs. the premiere showing of "This "somewhen and has seen duty on Guadalcanal trouble to help loosen and expel Remarkable progress has been made In the Industrial development
M.'rt1cbarde.Petty Ing as a fighter pilot He has been In the Army almoal germ laden phlegm, and aid natureto of the South In recent Present Indications point to further
H. fs The Army" In Starke Thurs- In India" and had the privilege< soothe and heal raw tender, Inflamed years
Bud Balsden two years. Earl Is still with the expansion In the post-war period.
Officer I-c. of last week were: Mr sacred bronchial mucous mem- (
night of
lay witnessing a
of the Jacksonville Air Base and und Mrs. U H. Hill Mr. and Mrs. recently the native 31st (Dixie) Division' and is now !branes.Tell your druggist to sell you Seaboard will work in the future-as In the past-as Partner
staged by
Lukas of Jackson- ceremony stationed at Camp Pickett, Va bottle of Creomulsion with the understanding ,With Industry.
Miss Norma O. W. Roberts Mr. and Mra. R. (Ghunkas) ), a warlike tribe wh not you must like the way it -
He has peen In. service quilt<:
ville were guests'of :Mr. and Mrs. R. Thede and Rev and Mrs. Her have been partly civilized by the, "Ct quickly allays the cough or you are
'L. F. Chapman Sunday bert Hazzard. '3rltlsh. a year. to have your money back.GREOMULSIQN. 9

J. L. Robinson was a business Please help your correspondent Excerpts from Ralph's. letter BACK THE ATTACK RAILWAY
visitor in Quincy and Madison more news about Lawtey In the are as CommissionersPostpone ,
get describing ceremony
'or Coughs Chest Colds.Bronchitis WITH WAX BONDS o..dA..dre4R.b..l..AUtd/i..
Friday. .he paper. You can do this by follows:, Action
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Mr.. Lora Partney returned to ,
eavlng news Items at the bus "The ceremony Is staged every
her home In Detroit Wednesdayafter itatlon. Please have them In by year In honor of the Goddena! 01 On Request

a lengthy visit with her son .londuy noon of each week.THERESSA War.. Kill It's a sacrlficla I 1 you ca n'tbuybetterbeeQ
and daughter-ln 1 a w. Mr. and ;eremony In which head-cuttlni The'Board' County Commix- AX fa

Mrs. O. L. Partney. I I '1 the main event. In older sioners.. In regular! ",session November say _
Mrs. J. J. Williams was called 1st appropriated J1C 1/cv1
By Mine Ida liagan times, It Is said, the Ghunkaiaacrlf m\
Jo Lake City Tuesday because of Iced the most beautiful toward the expense lof a parade tE
critical Illness of a brother. I I : to be staged here Saturday Nov. '
the Cpl. Ernest Trlest of Camp maiden In the village but now 0 (

Mrs. W. W. Fish and' daughters Shelby, Miss., was visiting his that has 'been done ,away with, B, for the purpose of publicizing __# y Q
and Judith. of Jacksonville E. the Victory Pulpwood Campaign.The .
Sandra parents Mr. and Mrs. S. and they sacrifice: buffalo insteadI'hey c
are guests of Mr. and Mra. Priest this week. believe that they must chop request was made by H. A. /! .,

J. O. Randall. Gladys Kersey, Marjorie Hull off the heads of five buffalo Carlton chairman of the County. l ,

Mrs. C. M. Roberts visited in md L. V. Williams were visiting" every year or Kalil ,will frown Pulpwood Committee ic: t .c n

Gainesville Saturday.Mr. 1.\\ V'.. sister In Live Oak Su won them and make them lose City Councilman K. G. Duncan
and Mrs. C. S. Galbraith .>t lay. battles the following year. They requested the Board to use Its 1 1i I

Jacksonville and Mrs. Allen Sweatof Earl Geiger Sea. 1-c was visit ilao' believe, 'hat ,the head mint t road maintenance, equipment: <''orLhe i

Savannah were guests of Mr. ing'his mother, Mr J*.' .:.Dlck- : be cut off :In one stroke or the graded r'oads"in Starke. and
,and Mrs. Bryan Whitfield Sunday. rsonr Sunday.' regiment will have bad luck. that a fair' rental be charged I 'i s.

The P. L. Lalnga have changed Mils Dorla Powell of Miami "The buffalo Is led around in tgalnst the amount; due the City !

their plans, Mr. LaIng has accept !a visiting her aunt :Mrs. E. S.iibley. circle and then brought to the Tom' advalorem tales by the I

oed a State position with the Agrl- center; where its. head 1* tied toi bounty Commissioners. It war II I

Mr. Brooking) was called to the post. Then the head-cutter a voted to do the work,, aa soon Sf
ted side of his father In Alabama. varrlor who has been outstanding poaible at the rate .of $33 pel '

Watch YourKidneys Mra Ethel Jerrol and children luring the past 'year, comes, out lay for the grader and the two- 11 I i

of Jacksonville\ were visiting her with the sacrificial knife held nan crew. ,

/ : mreitts Mr. and Mrs. W. W. ilglr. He walks up to the' buf- It was decided to give Arch 1 f i

help-Thom Oeanae the Blood ''ackham last week-end. > alo, chants a few worda asking Clllngton authority to employ; ',
of Harmful Body Waste Mr and Mrs. Dan Railey and the Goddess to give him the nee- ,I uch labor as he thought to te t '" e
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Your ktdacn are Miutantly aitartnfwaat family were Visiting in Starke every strength to sever the head to the best Interests of the Coun- r ,
*atatt.rm h.blood. etrenm.But Saturday night with one blow), then he brings ty. The Clerk Instructed A f,: .
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kidney*...,.tl_.las la their work"-do
not seta. Nature. lDtnd.d-fall to remove George Packham. Seaman 2cwas he knife down on the neck with a to return ,all deeds and agreeaents n' For Companionship

Impurttie that sad: If spat retained th. ,..bol.may visiting his parents, Mr and 'remendous force and the head of for right-of-ways on the .
body poison.. tr-: Ire W" W Packham. recently. '.)he buffalo roll In the dirt! Then proposed Hamptoa-Camp Bland '
Symptom may b* vtnlnc baekaeh. Walter' and Mra. .J. P. from all ..:
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Sibley' in
pratatent headaene,attack of diaalneen "11. great cheer goes up Ing road which he holds trust. JII X/ A man gets something
Setting up night ._111011. pufltnea lckerson were visiting in Starke "h. spectators who are overjoyedhat Application of Willie Johnson
under the *ye.-a feeling of nervous accom- -' important from those rich
State
Friday night. was the' Tuberculosis
an i let y and luau of pep and trngtb. : the beheading for admittance to -
Other *'ln* of kidney or bladder disorder Calvin Hall Walter Swindell, pUshed with one blow."I Sanitorium at Orlando ', moments of all
.. .. which
burning tcuty or companionship are
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too frequent urination. Cleveland Neal and Charges Batten was so close that blood as a self-pay patient ,was received ,,. ,
treatment Then should I. wieor b*no than doubt Deflect.tbat prompt Ut were- among: those from here purled on me and I clearly heardhe and the matter was referred to '. too few in a lifetime. And J AX,,the Drinkof

/Joux'l /> nw friend for more than forty yeara.Thay ;; contributes ease relaxation
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The of :
have a natlon-wfde. reputation.Ar ,!it. its way through the tougheck matter a proposed 1
*recommended by grateful poop!*the;, This. a family war. Pat : of the animal. This aam4 (Lange In a purported agree- and contentment to such'moments.
nountry over. Act your tuigkoorlDOANS yourWarBondbaylngthrongb > was repeated five times lent between Bradford and'nion : ;
process
t the payroll savings plaa en s !thi not a single. extra blow, counties relative to alternating \ :'IIt".G Y Try J AX today. You'll like its refreshing

PILLS family plan which .allsll., ceded by .the head-cutter. The terms of" office for"State mellow flavor; its perfect golden color
ntf'U out "yourself: ody, was then -dragged around enator was indefinitely poet4oned. and
with blood spurting two or three niM S smooth body. JAX'is a fine beer-as

leElt from the severed jugular The Board 'voted to ask Mrs e one sip will convince In fact'we
DIRECTOR vein and If blood gets on a man Joe Wilson of the Welfare Board you.

FUNERAL it; Is supposed to bring him good to I investigate and if possible contribute proudly say: "You can't buy better
Aly Many Tears Experience Makes It Possible for Me to Render toward the fire loss of
ick. Guess I'm going to have alot .iU1&\O beer no what
matter
EFFICIENT PROMPT and COURTEOUS SERVICE of luck because I wanted to F U T. Abernathy; also that Rufus lor.i.t1Ax you
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..... MODERATE PRICES get close enough to take some hnson. at Graham be Investigated Ask Bottle

DeWITT C. JONES icturea. l as to his eligibility for aidfQI" full Qualt irtcoalc ,

Starke Florida, "After this the head la placed the old and destitute. bo is tl'6 _
In front of the weapons of_ the VA petition signed by 43 tax 1 tokbbcaw"' a1u14a ?}:

Idlers who contributed the bufilo lyera, of Starke and vicinity' waicelved. 'yJa'/

and some of the blood la al- asking that (the rdad a fI\ go to b.ett.hoftaLe.y' ..".'...., tai +
FOR SAFETY, COMFORT AND ECONOMY RIDE thrown over the weapons of.he adlng from State Road No, 48 a "

soldiers to help them aim' Ir. a northerly/ direction to the ,i Fttvwher Yo "c ot'bcc _,

FLORIDA MOTOR LINE'BUSSES bcir&Un8 true. After the buf- E. F. Conway farm thence In a '" t't\ PUcc th0 our ; _; payj"R o
the Leslie limbo i
taloR have been beheaded then westerly direction by } tiny t
chickens and revatt farm and on to the State {.; ;ydullYr lit ', ttl '
FOR COURTEOUS CORRECT INFORMATION '>ats. duck. pig.eons u4)ttly a o't ktt:4: our ,
PLEASE PHONE 147 are also sacrificed In theme I armera' Market, be designated I ; {
Board ?' c .
manner. County public road. The ,$ \1' C Ie '
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"Alter all the head-chopping. ,::;;reed to comply with the request J'ff' : >>,': /0 ILr..\ 0(1 ,
around and place I: and when the necessary: right """ ;JL'. nC .Il,
ho presto came .., ,
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UNION BUS Id 1 flowers around our necks and ,way' is secured for the County.A t At, :' ';..

LACY CONWAY, Agent eyed for us to whip the Jape! letter was received from L.Cacnon i1 ,! 'CMi'AIIY; ii l" ;.
"I<:all Is represented by a clay ) ,, assistant, State Highly lac&saavl !a.
Ave. Starke Florida "! to the effect thattJ'e BUY ,
Temple Itatue with many arms (to proI"teet engineer 'W ARB 0 Y !
them better). After I'! condition of State Road No. N D1S' F'O'R', '


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', / when their husbands, ,"" :.J.V the day, when the :
:: t' <"> "Tell me. How many more days be or sons or Victory : boys .
: fore Daddy can come home?" sweethearts will be back. come marching home. '
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.\ :" \'tf' ;"...:'," c And mother doesn't know. So sheI The tragic truth is that many of I Don't slacken your Bond purchaseswnile '
':: '': ': ,1'r. she's,8Iswered'' them will never see their loved ones '
;tt., answers the same way victory is within our grasp!
"ta',".,.- a hundred times again. Never. Never let it be said that while the

.. i may;,:. d "Not so many days we hop But this we do know attack grows stronger on the fighting : I
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.\; ; Daddy can't come home to us Every minute by which the war can b we to .
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t" the war is over. Until we win, you shortened means fewer lives loir-fewer the very limit of our ability.
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W, I I Nobody can tell the thousands of Your job is to put every dollar you Bonds. Help shorten the war 'by t r
;/'t .I I bewildered little hearts when their can possibly dig'up into War Bonds. those vital ,minutes-or days, or "' ;
i ;' ". Daddies will come home. The fighting equipment bought by ,months-which mean American,lives.
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;', t: PERHAPS YOU'RE ONE OF THE MANY' WHO, THINK' IT A 'HOLLOW MOCKERY TOI'I''.' ;' "

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s{,r VASTLY MORE TERRIBLE .AND DEVASTATING THAN THE LAST. BUT THERE IS AWAY ',,;j.a

: ':', FOR YOU TO HONOR THE DEAD OF WORLD WAR I ,AND ,AT THE SAME TIME ';, "


,'::;' REMEMBER THE LIVING OF WORLD WAR II -, OBSERVE ARMISTICE' DAY 1943 :', ,* it 'r

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Stephen Edgar Sparks Frank's Fine Food, t ,; ... ..:" :/" ,. THE STAG ,/ '.;,:, .' Starke Beauty Shoppe

Barney's. Drink ,Stand ."" 't.:,,.. Bob's Tavern ', "., f'::', +"' <- (Gaines Service Station : }o 'J' 'I, Canova Pharmacy

J. H. CourtmanchJeweler .i SHAFKIN'S ..;Af-: .. ;' .' I Koch Drug Store
JACOB-: 125 Call St. ,,.'\i Tim Jordan's Bar ., ';'("' .':."., Alvarez Store ;' ,:,' Edwards Service Station
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Van H. Priest 5c to $1 Store i ,., Sam Rosenberg & Son ::.: ,,' ", Merrill-Mathe ui s Daiies. M. A. Kite, Paint,Contractor

Jerry's Place ''t Noegel's Cafe Alfred Sweat, DellverymanEastern :
'. The Star Store
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Kidd's Sinclair Service ,f'I Electric Shoe Shop .
RABECK'S PLACE 1 Across From Park Theatre ; '.. Florida Souvenir & Novelty Shop' LAPPE BAKERY
t. Sistrunk Feed & Seed Store '
Camp Diner ..
Milligan's Grill r eUnion Torode Chevrolet Co. '
Starke 'Bowling Alley Lunch -, M Fred F. StumpJ.
Bus Depot
P. S.. STORES 'J
The Blue Tavern P. Roberts Motors
Patel's Sandwich Shop
BROWNSTEEN'SMODERJf Blanding Tailors Blanding. Center ar Blanding Center Bus TerminalLOVETT'S

SHOE REPAIR SHOP 129 E.'Call & Blandfnff Center Denmark Furniture Co. .

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BRADFORD COUNTY n1LEOR, PII. ST.\RKE, FLORID Fnni\1', NOl gSIBER 1

I'Atl1C EIGHT. --- 1 Mrs II.: It Matchett will act asher -''!their tine --

, member of the W. O. W She steady growth from around $75,. Draft Board Fills Hampton WomenTo o-chalrman.; The present I''I under their! work, and ***'

Miss Ada Nimmo, was a true Christian, a kinneighbor r 000 prior to Camp Blanding to Quota Resume plan 1. for sewing to be done by .or Hampton WIU ST1* lilt.
I the present high of $250,000, Mr. Large individuals In their homes,. and'
and will be greatly .part Pf Bradford
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Postmistress JuntaClothes
Retired of tbls'! I Red Cross Work r \
little
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minted. by friends and loved ones. Stump Very For NovemberThe Mrs. Wad wOl'th and Mrs., Mat f thus mar.'I
Dies At HamptonFuneral She Is survived by one ulster money Is deposited by transient, ehett will Inspect and approve tha i alleviate civilian sur"* '
most of It belonging Selective I Mrs.: O. P. WadswortU has sutterlng
MI'II.V.. P. Blrt of Hampton; two he pointed out, Bradford County work. jj U I war zones of the
,, aervlcoH for Miss Eunice nephews. Marvin flirt of Hamptonand to permanent resident Service Board announces that t the again! accepted the chairmanship The Bradford County Chapterof 'need for garmentaforrPo
Ada Nimmo, 63, who died Fridayat Jesse T. Nlmmo. U S. Navy: following registrants were accepted of the Hampton production rooms the American Red Cross feel'I children increases
her home In Hampton, were 'and one niece, Florrie Bell Brownof here.The postmaster stated t hat for military service In Oc-' for the American Red Cross and deeply Indebted to these ladles for, Armies.: advance as the
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held Sunday Hampton. stamp sales have averaged $160,
clock In the Hampton BaptitstChurch funeral services Interment 000 annually during the ptuthiee tuber:
with the Rev. O, E. Cut-' Following Fe making Starke and Uhltq I Yes We'll Have
In Santa years !
took place Turkeys
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haw officiating. under the direction of Camp Blending (which IB offlc George Hibbft Inman, Ressle A. ColdMEATS n l
Born on June 25, 1875, at Anna 'I Key-McCabe Cemetery Funeral'Home. ally a part of the Starke post:' Ralfbrd Thomas, Archibald Johns 'Em For The nksgiviza!j! 80106
Illinois, 11 Iss Nimmo moved with I office, the fifth largest In the Thomas, Jr., James Delbert ClI.sey". <
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early age to Active' pall were I' Ernest Garrett Harold Ar t h i u r order to lb
her patents at an I I May Marshall Matchett., Marvin. state. Ib 35C If you want one give your .euromarket Z
Waldo, where they remained' six Williams. Raleigh Brannen Q. P., Before Camp Blandlng, t h,e I Bishop Jiv Willie Hanes Orllfls, now! 4 .
before establishing their Ice boasted total, James William Patray, ,Jr.. M.lroa manager
years Wad woth and K: B. WattersonHonorary'pall Starke poa toff a Sktnl.M t BlndcotoWIENERS
home In Hampton In 1888. !She, total 1 is'1S6 The following registrants 'were .'
I (! :; bearers were: H. of 6 employes. Now the BACO
In the public schools': ordered to report for InducU6n!
taught i B. Wi! glns,. A. M 1 n ton, Lacy ; 35 at Blandlng and 21 in ? la
for 10 and' November 2, 1943:
Bradford County years on
HOUSALEt
clerk ,Wynn and Luther Watterson. I It Starke.In 'Ib( 29c34lb. GIANT
employment as, "
then began White
addition to these 'figure I PRICES 15 27
t In the Hampton post office with I t Describes : Mr. Stump stated that an avei. Jerry A Ward William,Fra FOOD IN RETAIL
brother, the late A. J. Nimmo. Stump 8s
I her of $2,000,000 In order Johnson: Samuel Thomas Simpson Sit*
age money CENTERS STORES I
She served aa clerk until herbrother's Rapid GrowthOf is written every year. Edward Julian Harris, Mil- Roasting i and.iS
she .
death In 1918 when ford Elmore Barton Lacy Brad- ..
Starke Office The meeting was adjourned i a CHICKENS CHEES
received the appointment as post- Columbus '
rich Silcox, Christopher' : ., T
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few minutes early and Rotarlan Quantify Rights
served until 1941,
mistress and Sellers Naudaln Ellis Waltc,
when she was retired. Interesting highlights on the were" conducted through the pos t Melvin Otis Grlffls. Fred Ancll Ib ,45C Prices Good 'Through Saturday November 13 lb 59
growth of the Starke pootpfflce, office building by Mr. Stump, .
She was a member of the Baptist : Shaw, Chalmers Martin Kettli .
the arloua departments Pure I Grade A Rmdleif
who explained Led
Church for 48 years and was since the advent of Camp Blan- Dallas Roy Crawford Her bert Kmgan' TiN-Cr.im
an active member unil( handicap- :ding three years ago were given Job of handling necessary Starke's for the malt blj 1n; William Alvarez' Tom Nels I Laurel 2-lb ctn 43c 1-lb 38c I Bacon lb I 41cMilk.Fed lb 3
ped by 111 health about a year) at the Rotary Club Wednesdayby Welch Thedo Bo, John lIenry
ago. She was a member of the Postmaster F, F.'.Stump.Postal these war time days..; Barlow,.Robert William Wlndhai,
Eastern Star and an honorary' savings have shown a Francis Carlyle"Sltcox. Carl WIl- IkO1111e!

Children Scalded llam;! Brown, Oldfeh Winifred Barton VEAL F611
!, Freeman Register, Jr.. Louis O
"/ EVERY BRANCH OF The two small children of Mrs Freeman Grlffls. ,John B. KnIght: Sirloin! Red Per

Joe Davis, bookkeeper at Den John Thomas MIzell: Joseph Louis Steak Ib 35c = =
mat'k'a Furniture Store-,Ronnie, Ottenhetmer, Beaton Marsh Waiter r 43

: : 2, and Jo Anne, 1 year old-were NImon Cullen, William Rudolph Rib Acorn Brand, Rind off Butterfl
nUPUncCH. badly scalded recently'. t their Andrews, David Howar Chopslb38c Sliced Breakfast Bacon lb 29
home near Starke. The baby John Clifton Rosier, Wlllla Blade ChuckRoastlb .
girl Is ,in the Alachua County Howell Edwards Jr., Lamar 25c V' V
2 Points Ib19c bWhiMacke
Only
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Hospital, Gainesville, where she smith Edwards, Thomas Jefferson -
must stay at. least three weeks,,, Murrhee Charles Walter Batten Bre..lStew 'V
WALL while the little boy Is being treated Frow Woodrow Strlcklan' ib 19c V ,
C.' itt home. They are not now,lr LucIan Jack Wiley, Leroy Thor: Steaks
t a serious condition except for thepossibility ion, Wlllla Clifton' B r o ugh to:; Val :: lb 43
of pneumonia, stacc Romas Leon Powers, Cleveland Liver n>,69c
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1. AgencyConstant Veal Deforette Ray Grlffls, James .
both of them have bad colds. Med. Size FlaMallei
Mrs. Davia stated that the little ,iUckett, Everett M. Padgett, St. I' .Lovett'l TenderBEET*/" Pig Ib

Service Over 50 Years girl was sitting In 'a high 3eorge Baxter, Clarence RudolpScogglns. : WholeFresh Shoulder lbPork 29eWhole Med Sin HradlniShrimp
the when the :
hair near Beater
-, boy' turned the"chair "over, "up- i Transfers 'for,.Induction: Waj 't Hams Ib 31c Ib 2
Please Phone 146CLASSIFIED !letting the kettle that was on the non Douglass Garrett.' Williaj Sirloin Ha Sp ckl.

toys Jo Anne: ,badly. scalded I Valentine Chester.Pulpwood Steak {Ib '39eBri Fresh. Sausage Ib .35c moat Ib

about, the"face V shoulders and k.t i Cooked far BroilingLobster -
.1 arms, while R o it n e's Injuries I Parade Slew Ib 25c .\. Lean Chops Ib >35c Ib 3

ADS I were on his back and legs. Brings Home F..ih QroundHamburgorib25 Fresh" Sides Ib 26c Heads Ib 15e Ball Sid.Oysters.
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WANTED HOTEL, ROOMS-SOO yds. from Junior lied Cross, Vital MessageThe GRADE A LAMB
apartments, houses ort Blanding gates. Hot and cold Blade.ChuckRoast Ha.Blucfish
Listings on I Ib I
Red Cross enrollment seriousness of the pulpwoo Whole Rib
Junior
home for rent located within 20 water, showers. Reasonable faces t h I I Ib 27c Ib 39c
that now
shortage Shoolderslb24c Chops
in
miles of Starke rateLal'ry'. Place, Kingsley ;iras begun last week a aplen- Whole SpanishMackerel
Boneleii r
home to the
112tp 1ld way, with programs In all ountry was brought Ib 3
119 Kant Call Street Lake. CutRoast Breast
The fol- public here by means of a colorful Brisket Ib 33c Square
choola of the County. Ib 19c
W. T. CLUTE, Realtor WANTED--Old phonograph rec- owing men were the speakers of parade staged last Saturda; Boneless RumpRoast Ib 35c Slew Va. Red FinCroakers

FOR SALE-Lot on Little Santa orcra, 3c per Ib. None with the occasion1: Rev., A, E. Light, fternoon' by the local Victor Ib 41c SLICED LAMB LIVER Ib 29c Ib 1!

Fe Lake, 110 ft. lake front x paper. Phone 179, Pal Music foot and Rev O. C. Powell for Pulpwood Committee.
800 ft. Inquire R A. Weeks, Co., Starke, Fla. tf tbe white( schools, and Rev. Damon Forming at the courthouse, the<
Starke. 11-5 2tp WANTED, Women Operators for Dell and Oeorge Little for parade proceeded north on Temple Tomatoes Big No. 2 Can 10
between the colored schools. Ave., beyond the school house,
t HELP WANTED Men 'and our buses operating The Junior Red Cross Committee where it turned'"and came down
Starke and Camp Blandlng.
the chairman St., to'the' corner of Call,
and particularly Valnut
to help gather pecans
: women
from 8 to 11 any day
:" at Stevens Pecan Farm.-Eddie Apply to Mr. Brantley care Orange Mrs. Morse, Is deeply grateful where a band" concert and i a OLEO A RG
f Norman, Route 2, Box 158, 4t to these men for taking the speech by Prof. H. S. Newlns, director -
Lines Starch
Bus
Starke 11-5 2tp m time to visit the 18 schools" Inthe of' the School of Forestry Ready-Mixed, Gloss
,LOST-Cameo brooch. Reward County, and wishes to express at the University of Florida, were 'All Southern J,7Kr
IF YOU WOULD BUY OR SELL for return to Bradford County appreciation for this fine enjoyed by a Saturday afternoon $ 3 8-01 1
milk cows, stock cows, beet rattle Telegraph. Itp 'Ork. rowd of spectators. -
1
,; stock bulls or hogs, get I In Because ,of the holiday this The parade' was led by Clerl Ib 29cSupvr .,.
{ touch with J. D. Odom Jr.:, FOR, RENT- Furnished 7-room loath, the Committee will not of'the Circuit Court A. J. Thomas Van Camp Pork t
ltV t City; Telephone 481 Lake City. Fla. 11-12 2tp torse wilt 'visit each school betore woods riding" clothes, he carried Oleo Ib 17c Lady" B.nyMayonnaise"
Auction market every Tuesday EXPERIENCED young lady, high Thanksgiving to receive the a large '''banner proclaiming the All Sweet O' Sunshine :
'\ Lake City, 2:30: ;) every Thurs- school and business college graduate irollment funds and to consult1th need of more pulpwood for thewar Oleo Ib 23cOrad. PHLbury Coke Tour
day, Palatka 2 P M. 1-6-44 desires general office the teacher and lay sponers. effort. T.' N. Ballard, alsoon '
t
: Saosbeenpkg2Eggs
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i A. Ma. 45C
work. References. Mrs. A. R. horseback, brought up,the rear zwdl63 6taIl ,cans
NEW HAMPSHIRE RED chicks. Black: -Ev.
Whlttleton, Box 431-D, Starke. and carried a'a 1 m liar banner. ,., Bulk
Hatch .every.Friday; attestedand ItpMAN'S Other horsemen in the parade Lo..lf. Enriched Sliced ., Peas Ib
appr ved-Wa8dln: Poultry GET THE were H. A.' Lawson and J., D Bread 16-oz 8c Champion Mixed Dill Billow Brand sated
Farms, 3 miles north ,of Waldo. ; dom and Mr. Lawton's young Silver Wlnas Enriched 15ciMinn. 4
BICYCLE-For sale or 5f SPEED) SURE Fish
11-12 8tp 12-31 Pickles jar 25c
trade.-Earl Campbell, Box 269. m riding a Shetland pony. Floor 1Q Jbs Sic Qt .ValUy 0 B,

ANTED--HoU8t1 work in pri- 507 McMahon'SW. Starke.. Itp, REliEFFORACDINDIGESTION 'City ,Councilman L. A. Davis Southern Blcutt No Ration Points) CitrusMarmalade Corn no. 2
vate horn.. Write: Box 4312L1tp \ and W. M. Edwards rode at thhead Flour 20 Ibs"77e. PremiumCrackerst
C. B
'; ,, PERMANENT WAVE, 159ct! Dqyour of the parade in one State Land O" 5ui 20 nlnFloor Ibs 85c .. ,_ Qt Jar 29c N Mb]I
own' Permanent with Road Patrol car,)?with M.'O. Har-
FOR RENT--t Furnished ..apart- CharmKurt'Kit.. Comp 1 e t a s I rell, chairman of the Board of '* An SO P wbii. H'T i1!
,> ment. Turn left at Farmers equipment Including 40 curlers! REX50SMA aunty Commissioners, bringing WOODBURY'S SOAP.U. S. No. ''1. MainePOTATOES

'. Market, 1 block oft highway. and shampoo. Easy to do, ab-i 1 \ up the rear in"'another one. OCTAGOF
-J. tl.; Bagwell.. 11-12 2tp solutely harmless. Praised by 1 Sheriff A' O. Andreu drove hl8car
,, McKenzIe while Police' Chief A. 1.. AI- POWDER
thousands including Fay ,
elec-
FOR SALE:--One automatic
tric hot water heater. Apply glamorous 'movie star. varea and officer Ben C. Holtzenrf (D :3 CakesQuest ,10 Ibs 31C Sm

stone atternoons Heights., S. K. Kennedy, Key tltp Money KOCH refunded DRUG If'STORE not satisfied.. arpenter's Drug Store ralght.> helped. to- keep traffic Z3c: Idaho, BakingPotatoes ..3 Z Med I 9

_\. The parade also Included 1.1188Allee L9e
St. John and Coast Guardan *- pound 4V/ c
Armand Thomas on a hi'dcbuiltfortwo Red BUMPotatoes
while Buddy "ITFLOATS 5 pounds 19c I S

Bishop and ,gome of his fellow Sweet Polatoe. r
; ATTENTION re-fighters rode, the fire truck. Yams 5 pounds 21c

The Rev. Mr. Harper drove hLcar IVORYSOAP Long Iiland 1 = 91
equipped 'with loudspeaker,
..f. for,
and the Rev, O',C. Powell "dldthe C..llnow.r.pound 15c. 14cRutabaga
vocal", announcing the puree 9c Fancy Canadian s /
of the parade. Warrant Officer pound 4c
: Howard Sv ,Shanet 'and hl28plece Crisp Calif. '
THE FOLLOWING GROCERY 76th Army Ground *
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stalk
12'/2c
Forces band from. Camp Blandlng NSCCeleq' H
: STORES WILL REMAIN OPEN arched, supplying the music forthe RI AG

': \ parade and the concert. Members i '" asousa. ....0.. pound 4c
f ALL DAY WEDNESDAY BEFORE 1 of, the local'Pulpwood Committee VASKSS Ea.Urn Golden Dellaioua" : TO AY Z'M
': ,.. H. A. Carlton L. D. V1nIng i UHG Med 9'/2c Apples pound lOc. 9eYNITR
THANKSGIVING' AND and L. T, Dyer, rode behind Sunklmt
the band. 1 Lge 23c Lemoas 6 for lOc .

WILL BE CLOSED ALL .DAY Several airplanes from the
Alachua Army Air Field joined I Dthe
show and flew low over Call Sauer'sVANILLA V 5 CDUPO
DAY. WE
THANKSGIVING St, prior to the speech.by Profea- GXRBER'SBaby >w

WILL APPRECIATE OUR CUS-, sor Newlns need of,' who'explained more"pulpwood thevital inthe II Foods 1j1fi 23

war effort, as'wen as on tbebome 12cp.'i tge

TOMERS ARRANGING THEIR front,, CanGET 6c: No. 2SUPER : ;

SHOPPING V.GREEN'S BethelRevival- .. :eJlSBME

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Nov. 14. Visiting: pastor

STORE LOVETTS' will be Cove Rev.Springs Curtis) and Harris Rev. otOreen J. BES Large 23C Cake Toilet ACr.amrskiniREAL ,Soap tor) 9

F. Conway of Doctors Inlet.


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