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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 19, 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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For GovernorThird An Apology Tornadoes Drill Merit System Exams Chest X-Rays ;

ty Agrees Churches UniteIn Because of mechanical difficulties ? Set For Nov. 26 ,

1 the Telegraph comes to you' Bradford County residents who
To Be Made
[Pass Closing y Service late this week aad with less news For HomecomingGame are planning to take the Merit 'I'
re-
r ,' than usual; Because It was Impossible System examinations were
minded by I- A, Rennolda member
For to set our usual amountof WednesdayNext of the District 5 Welfare By MobIle' UnitThe "

dance ,. ThanksgivingThe type, many items, including'society Board that Nov. 26 la the dead-

x locals! Carolyn Callstreet. line for filing applications.They .
solution -a bad& < '' Service' Men" and general local Clay-Bradford County
A. happy union Thanksgiving ser ,'Our Wednesday night must be filed with the
situation ,was;hit upon at nevt had to be omitted.We the O. Box Health I Unit announces that free
rag saUti vices of the Starke churches will football fans will have oppor- Merit System Office P. ,
chest will be taken by a
day night's meeting of the hope' 'you will overlook tunity of seeingthe highly touted 113 Gainesville Fla., he said, on x-rays
be held Thursday Nov. 25. at mobile unit In Bradford and Clay
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week and
these shortcomings this will send
l which it
which wa official blanks
ark. City .quncll. 8:30 A. M. In the St. Marks week High Springs Sandspura in actionat Counties during the week of Dec.
_wlll try to be back next
we out request.
ended by Lt. C01" B..MlnI-, .: Episcopal'' Church; vgllh the Rev. with the'uaual amount of news. Bradford Park against ,the upon will Include 17 classes 1318. Because of wartime restrictions j
The tests
Marshal of Camp \
Tornadoes only certain classes of
of
provost BUS.
Bryant Kirkland, of 'N rberth. Because heX% Thursday la Thanksgiving of positions with the State'' Welfare -
dlne; and his "Executive Of- Penna., bringing the message' all Items should be In our The Sandspurs have the best Board the Florida Industrial adults will. except be ,x-rayed those ,who'and no

r, MJ., Lloyd H.: Lewi., ,Their the hour, All Starke church office not later-*than Tuesday' af record of any team In the loop Commission and the'' If. S. Employment children suspected having tuberculosisor an
.once and foritte ternoon.tiJ. and Coach Hobbs hat pointed for Florida;"'
ironed out ., Service In respectively. '
etijig who are In contact with
folk will find a hearty welcomeat / this all a
dy game season. A'wln now
merchsalling' The position carry
of Starke -
question known case. Only the following
service. Coffee will be
the against such a strong team ,
food and drtak to' rr Run salaries ranging from $0,000 per classes of people will bo given the _
II : served In fellowship at the Sparkslo would be a real feather In the down to .' beginning wage
year free chest :
men after 11 P, M. Immedi- collective hats of the BHS x-rays
rfIct y7 ..ni Church Service Center boys of $95, per months Included In
regulation forbid- the services. r t With nothing; to lose and All school teachers.
A. military ately following every- the positions are district welfare
the sale of these things tovice The Rev. Mr. Kirkland who la 1 For School Supt. thing to ,win Coach Hobba and visitor and senior welfare visitor Food handlers Including owns

men after 11 P. M. had, pastor of the First Presbyterian ; the boys will throw everythingthey An ,applicant may take teats era of establishments as well as .i

Dy. been violated so often Church at Narberth Is,on the have Into the ,tussle. for as many positions as he ,!i. help. ..
gh "back door" facilities staff of the Church Service renter :; S. E Sparks, ''County School Tonight (Friday) the boy will qualified for, each application Bus driven and ;janitors.
tie Camp authorities decided man to enter the race for for the month of November, Board member who this week announced journey to Jasper for their ninth being filed on a separate blank Adults unemployed and Indl-

, put a atop .to the practice Governor of Florida, subject to He Is also serving as Camp Pas his candidacy for Superintendent game of the season Vacancies In the three agencies gents and unemployables.
M and for all. Consequently. the May primaries, la State' Senator tor In a civilian capacity under of Public Instruction will be filled as they occur from ,Worker'In Industrial plants.

I'week they made a blanket Ernest R. Graham 'Dade the Presbyterian Commission to of Bradford County, la the Formal Dance On the eligible registers to be set up. Midwives, and pregnant' women
PI that all such businesses, County farmer and dairyman. the' boys at Camp Blandlng. His first candidate to enter the race up to four months. "
slag\ the patronage of service First man to announce was personality has already com for any Bradford County Office Thanksgiving" EveThe All contacts with' cases of tuberculosis ,

would have to close' their Starke's own Congressman Lex mended him to many Starke subject to the May primary.Mr. T. B. Bond Sale .
i by 11 P. M. to aU trade Green and second was Mlllard' people, and his address Is the Sparks, proprietor of the USO Club operated by the All persons who think they
military and civilian. Caldwell, Tallahassee attorney and fruit of a full and useful ministry City Barber .Shop has spent NCCS will hold a formal danceon might have tuberculosis

|Business( men could use their former West Florida Congressman. as well 'aa a scholarly, cast practically'all',of his life In Florida Thanksgiving Eve Wednesday Children (only those who are
discretion. Military author- of mind,1 and about. ten years In this Nov 24. Girls from Jacksonville. Starts Monday contacts or suspects).
: Starke and neighboring communities Following is the scheduled '
could not tell them whether The music will be furnished by County. In June ,1940 Governor
i could Ben to civilians the combined choirs of the Starke I Fred Cone appointed him as a as well as WACS and girls time and place for the free x-rays
t ter'll not they o'clock; but those who Griffin PromotedTo churches, whose cooperative I member 00 .the County School from Camp have been Invited to The, sale of T B. Bonds and In Bradford County: i

d I would be put "off limits" ti practice should lend a spirit close 1 Board to take the, place of Dr. attend. The usual Thanksgiving Christmas Seals will begin Monday Monday Dec 13, Health Center ,
soldiers 24 hears A day. akin to simple early Thanks W. E. Mlddleton.' who had been f festivities terminating In a grand'' Nov. 22, and continue on In Starke, 2 P. M. to 4 P. M..:

i loud from Lt-CoL givings. "Our aim ,in days like appointed Superintendent Then march will be enjoyed. through Christmas, Mrs. Glen 7 p. M. to'9 P. M.
|Following complaints these should be a worshipful In the. November election Mr.Spark" Climaxing the Thanksgivl n g Tuesday Dec. U, City Hall,
businessmen the Provost Thanksgiving", the Rev. Fred was elected to the Board week-end oil Sunday. Nov. 28, at Duke, County Chairman announced Lawtey. 9 A. M. to 12 Noon; I

nhat was Invited to attend Word has been received here Yerkes rector of St. Marks, said for a four-year term, the first 4 p, M., a'semi-classical and pop. this week. The sale of these Brooker, Community Hall, 1 P.
i City Council, at which time of the promotion of Major Owen yesterday."In two years of which he was chair- ular music concert will be held, bonds and seals being the sole M. to 4 P. M.; 7 P, M. to 9 P.M. )i'

e i meeting was moat harmonl- W. Griffin of St. Augustine to :. carrying out the spirit of man,, featuring Lt. Paul Hllliard. tenor means of support of the :Bradford Wednesday Dec. 15, Starke
i,and an agreement was reach- the rank of Lieutenant-Colonel. family thankfulness and charlog" He also served as a member of and Mrs.' John Simmons well County Tuberculosis and Health Health Center, 10 A. :M.to 12 ;
I between the. Council and the he continued, "the entire Council known Gainesville All Noon. Reno (Starke negro community 1
LtColGriffin Is the son of the City for two years.He soprano. Association It, I. of great Import
ary authorities whereby all Mrs. O. J. Griffin and the brotherof congregation Is Invited to share 'Is a past ,Master and Secretary soldiers their wives and citizen ance that the public buy generously ) at colored school, &:30 '
rencea may be eliminated. Mrs. Ethel M. Biggs of Starke, doughnuts and coffee at the of the Masonic Lodge and are Invited to attend. this year P. M. to 8:00: P. M. ;

ilinlkes expressed satlsfaci having graduated from BHS In Church Service Center immediately Is a member' of the local post of Mrs. L. A., Canova will also accompany Every person entering the service The town of Keystone Heights '
i the attitudeof' the Coun- the class of 1927. He Is now after the service. The early the American legion having both singers at the must have a chest and although In Clay County la "
Litating that Ha members hadIII serving with the 6th Army Head spirit of Christians probablyowes served In 'World War 1.IOU piano. The NCCS Is especially In this thousands x-ray of unsUs- nearer to Starke than to Green '

i him 100 percent cooperation quarters In New Guinea. as much to the love feastsas elected to this high and honor- Indebted t6 Mrs. Canova for her pected cases way are being found. Apart Cove Springs so persons 'In Key- I

kUi efforts to handle his probe Before entering active service to' any other one thing. First able said last_ week, appearance, last Sunday,. playingat 'of the> work off the'Association ..tone.ar'IL"Qcomlqo.ltarke\ "

'' in the Army Lt.-Col.. Griffin was Century Christian fellowship "I will cooperate with the people a community sing for service Is to see that these personsare for their x-rays.
proposed 'plan Is 'to have found Its unity In th. meals and give' -full time to the
connected, for several years, with my men. The NCCS wishes to express given proper treatment eitherIn
City Attorney draw up an the State Arsenal In St. Augustine shared. best Interests of ,the schools of publicly Its deep appreciation a hospital or at home. If discovered Deed To Church

icane prohibiting the sale of He has many friends here the County'V for the splendid cooperation In Its early stages, tuber-
from 11 P.M. untU 6 A. M. who will be pleased to learn of USO Directors "I will improve buildings and Mrs. Canova has always shown culotils can be cured at home ,:Mrs. Pauline Torode recently
pt on Saturday night when his promotion. try to build new units where nee.edary" when called upon to assist with supervision of a clinic nurse 1 old lots 3 and 4, the west half
Here TuesdayStarke
may be Bold until midnight Met he continued "I will This fact Is very Important since I of block 2., of the Livingston

one from midnight Saturday Install all modern equipment; Fourteen CompleteRed there are too few hospitals to Truby Company's subdivision
UI l 6 A. M. Sunday. As Boon John J. Farrelly was the scene Tuesday help, aid and assist all childrenof care for all cases In Reno to T E. Reed, Tom Hall

this ordinance la passed by Rites Held Sunday of a district meeting of the directors school age to attend school CrossAssistants The Mobile Unit will be and Sam Brown trustees of the
Council, things may go on of USO units operatedby regularly and work and plan for X-ray Negro Church of God In Christ
CourseMrs. 13 14 and
before; but If anyone la con- John J. Farrelly, 79, died sud- the YMCA In" Jacksonville, an Increase In, teacher's salaries". In this county Dec. : : It Is their intention to erect a ,
of hun-
tad of selling beer'during re- denly at his home In Starke, Sunday Lee-burg, St. Augustine. and Junlus Smith Chairmanof 15, making chest x-rays church building on the propertyIn
dreds of people. Those found Infected -
lrlcted hours, his place will be morning at 10, o'clock. He Starke. the near future
Xmas Mailing Volunter Special Service for must have treatment. The
off limits for a period of 90 Is survived by two foster child After a delicious '''luncheon a I
yr, City Clerk Carl Johns said. ren,' Mrs. Era Wester and Mrs. discussion of mutual problems Should Be DoneIn the Bradford County Chapter of sale of Christmas Seals and T, B SP'ORTSMAN'SCORNER
of : the American Red Cross', has an- Bonds helps to make It possible to
While restaurants' : may. remain Elva Abernathy, both Tampa and an Interchange of program !
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NovemberPostmaster
Bradford.
bring this unit to
24 hours a day and sell to and their sons. Roy Roberta Jr.,' Ideas was held. nounced that a staff assistants ,

laos, it was brought out no Tampa and Sgt; Jack Farrelly' Those attending were Ralph Fred F. Stump this course has recently been com "Buy generously, not only to By T. L. Handler

04 may be sold to military Abernathy Ft. Jackson, S. C.; I' Garner John Hicks, Miss Rhobla week, called ,attention to the ur pleted. The lectures were given help others fight tuberculosis.
nel after 11 P. M.- other two brothers, ".C. C. Farrelly of Taylor, of Jacksonville; Gilbert gent' request from Postmaster In the Presbyterian .- Episcopal but alHO-" to safeguard' !' your own Open season on quail and deer
Po or after midnight Satur- Starke and A. M. Farrelly of McLemore St. Augustine; John General Frank C. Walker that' all Church Service Center on Church health Mrs.,Duke'urge. begins Saturday morning' November

No beer may be sold toe Georgetown S. C.: two sisters Harkles. Leesburg; Julius Thorn, Christmas p a e k a g es, greeting Street. Fourteen members of the 20th at sunrise. Local
soldier or civilian' afterP. Mrs. Rosa Fraser of Spartanburg Lambuth Johnson, and Miss Marie cards and all other holiday.mall, class were wives of service men Lt. Thomson A ward /l sportsmen have shown amazing
M. other days or midnight S. C.. and Mrs. Mary Parker Register of Starke. Guests present be mailed in November to Insureits stationed at Camp Standing. Air MedalThe Ingenuity In procuring ammu- ,
"aye.elis Waynesboro. N. C.; and a niece, were Mrs. Norris of St. Augustine -, delivery by Dec. 25. These nttlon for various types and
young women are rend-
Mrs. Loca Lee Buckner of Jack 'and Mrs. John Harlesa sixes of guns. The art of hone-
out that more this
It was pointed ering a fine service to the Chapter Associated Press week
FHA House sonville. of Leesburg.' than 31.000 experienced post office and 'to the community After carried the following story of the trading had nothing on these'fellow.
Mr. Far t I who have been
In his younger days In the swappingback
arm
employee are now completing the course they were heroism of Capt. William H.
W. T. Clute, realt.or. recently relly was a railroad conducter in Fathers Should File ed forces and the volume of mall assigned regular hours In various Thomson Jr., son-in-law of Poet.. and forth. One or two reporting .

to Mrs. Bernice Opperman South Carolina. Later in life he Is expected to be far above any services of the Red Cross chapter I master and Mrs. Fred, F.. Stump that small farms changed -
I H. A. Carlton FHA 'house was employed as bookkeeper fora I OccupationalStatus previous record. Railway cars by Mrs. Smith stated. One will be In the Southwest Pacific wherehe hands.

under construction' ther number of years for W. M. With Board the hundreds have been divertedto on duty at all times at the Chapter Is a pilot with the Army Air Several new bird dogs have
of South Bay Streets In Whltten & Sons of Raiford and; war service, and the airlines headquarters In the Armory. Corps: found homes In and around

Pearce's re-subdivision. ItDDe was very active In civic and social : "Fathers who are necessarymen have only half as many planes This schedule will give each one "Lt. Gen. George C. Kenney Starke guns have all been

of 20 now being erected affairs. In essential Industry must. available as they once had. Most two hours a week In the office commander of the Allied Air cleaned and oiled, and those
Starke by Plerson & Klrkck Ill health forced his retirementfrom I file Information as to their oc of the extra.eO'lploye.e are women helping with the filing, typing, Forces In the Southwest Pacific hunters who declined to take)
GalnsvUle contractors business ten years ago. He: cupatlonal status with their selective and high'' school boys and girls, etc., and In addition there will has awarded an air medal to : advantage of an early duck season f
Enterprise), and will was a resident; of Bradford and Service local )boards at once", : and they cannot work the long be assignments. to the produc- Capt. William H. Thomson, Jr., have either asked for the day
ready for occupancy by' ther Union Counties nearly all of his said General Collins, State Director -: hours that adult male employee tion' rooms to help with filing, 345 North Walnut St.. Starke, off or are going without' per-

r part of November or .the life;: was a member of the ChristIan of Selective Service-,In a news I can. Also, since retail stores are Inventories, Fla., for participating In.a bomb- mission.
"V W. O. W. this week. Prior to' l Is One prominent sportsman was
part of December Church and of the conference ahort-handeditheipublic i i Urged '
Others will assist In the Red Ing mission over Babo New
Yn. held at October tat'athers 'were defer-I to shop early.If seen taking his wife out to din
Opperman 'plac auffl- Funeral services were Cross office at the Station Hoepltal Guinea last July Thom. on's
funds din o'clock Mon red In Class in-A now people' wilt heeq this. requestand ner and a show twice earlier
In escrow the the graveside at 3 relationship at Camp Blanding, In shop- plane wa intercepted by five
I
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of family
account this week 011
htid Rev. ferment on mall all 'packages early the ; probably an
a Bank at Starke to takeof afternoon, with the two of which '
and fighters
day local I ping wrapping gifts for; the enemy "
minister, has been removed, Department; state ,that It can treat. Dog houses ,have a habitduring'
Mr. Methodist C
Carltotfs equity 1111 Mr. Drlacoll, soldiers who are 111. These were destroyed and another
In re- young
House and lot which will I officiating. Interment wS In the boards are busily engaged handle post cards up to December damaged. hunting season of. harboring -
fro this I women are making a splendid
m
classifying fathers both dog and master.
P-U 10,
by the bank upon pre- family plot at the Crews Cemetery 1 aaslfylng local contribution and the chapter Is "The bomber also was attack
tenon the In r e o Judge Pert-yman reports] that
under group.
of the deed to they Lake Butler, ''
near Information regarding .1 proud of them. Those completing ed on Its homeward trip by
boards must have Carleton' Heard the aale of licenses Is proceeding -
to C. Jones.Active Hy
Mr Opperman.. direction of DeWItt : the course Mesdames
occupational status of were: another enemy aircraft and engaged -
S. L. the at a steady clip, a total of
She Ie a civilian employe at pall bearers were Leonard these registrant. if they are to' On NBC NetworkPvt. Sue Bateman, Ruth Dunn Nell for 49 minutes during 92 resident State and County
Imp Bunding, and Is makingpUrke Crews. Joe Cason, V. be considered for deferment for Donaldson. Katherine Froah,Mat- which It was damaged and Its licenses being sold through
fIIIIgementa to Dve' In the Johnson M. Mann.- Clyde this reason. Hyman Cohen (Hy Carleton tie Oahagan. Beutah Korleh tall gunner wounded.Mrs. Wednesday.

herself I Crews and M. J. Sapp. Registrants who are self-em of the Columbia Military Anita Liechtenstein, Agnes Locke .. Thomson and their son Permits- for hunting In Ocala

ployed la essential Industry and Supply store) appeared on ,the Sue McQulaton Marion Melssner Freddy are now In Starke. National forest have been on
r National Broadcasting Co. Thursday Eleanor Mitscn Bette Raft Arthur
thereto, should Immediately
are necessary Bale for some time, and reports
file with the local board night on the Chesterfield Ray, Patsy Silcox, Martha Auto AccidentAn Indicate more deer this year
Fred Waring and his. Smith Lucia Swanson and Geor-
for Oc- program
DSS Form 42-A. Request than in the last decade. Reports
UNION CHOIR PRACTICE cupational Deferment, set ting band i being the ,main' attractionthat gla Vallery. automobile accident occur from Dixie and' Levy Counties

forth their occupational a t a tu. night. HU mother-in-law red about 9 o'clock P. M. Monday also are very favorable for deer
Employers of registrants engaged Mrs. Alvin Weinstein stated that !Rotary Guest Speaker 2 1.2 miles south of Starkeon and turkey hunters., I,
8:15 TONIGHT (Friday) In essential Industry' should file he was to, receive. a carton of Road :13, In which 'an auto Duck hunters all report that ,
this form Immediately on all cigarette a. remuneration for- I Col. Paul Singer now stationed mobile and a truck were damaged recent and present 'cold weather
fathers now classified in Class his part on ''the. program. with the IRTC at Camp Blading.I but nobody was hurt. Sheriff Is bringing all water foul Inland
III-A who are necessary men. Pvt. Cohen Is'a comedian and I was guest speaker at the Rotary AJ O. Andreu reported Tuesday an4 a few of the more successful -
Failure to file this information plays the harmonica; was fo-m- ,Club Wednesday telling some of morning. nlmrods have been bringing "
time that: the local erly In the show business. He Is the Interesting experiences he The north
Choir are prior to .the 1 car going occupiedby In some of the evidence feet,
Members of all of Starke* Church board considers the registrant's now In the Valley Forge Casualty 'met as commanding officer of a a soldier and a woman who To be on the safe side

classification eliminates tile em Hospital at Pboenlxvllle., Penna., :task force In FFrenctT and Dutch aid they were from the Savan- fours truly purchased two tame :

asked to meet Jit St. Mark Episcopal Church ployer's right of appeal shouldthe where he entertains convalescing I Guiana. Much of Col. Singer'sInteresting I,nah, (Ga.) air base, struck the ducks In order to clinch an announcement
registrant be placed In Class soldiers who were wounded Infighting 1 address. was "off the .: truck going south, driven by an at home that duck J.first. J.

for the unionThanksgiving 1-A. Without such information abroad., He says he of- record" as It Involved military Qcala man. The car ran Into a would grace our Thanksgiving! ,
tight at 8115 o'clock to rehear being In the registrant's file, local ten sees boys whom he knew matters that could not be publish ditch. The soldier was taken In table.

boards are precluded from plac- here at 'Starke 'when they were ed. However, his first-hand! account 'hand by M. Ps, and taken to Please remember that al-

Service. ing the registrant in any deferred In divisions formerly at Camp of war'conditional in that Camp Blanding, while the driverof though quail season opens 'Nov., p

classification on o c cup atlonal Blandlng. area were warmly received. by the truck was allowed to con- 20th. dove season does* not open f

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BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH, STARKE. FLORIDA FRID.Y.I NO'FNngR;
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Mrs. Lettle Hall has returned and every Sunday night B. Y. P. Cove Springs Is visiting friends with her
came near keeling over In a I I daughter
COUNTY TELEGRAPi dead faint.. home after a visit with her U at. 7 P. M. and Evening!: here this week. Lowe. Mrs. Atford' 14ra.
THE BRADFORD This invention I'm speakingof daughter, Mrs. Thornton Johns Worship 8 P. M. Everyone IE Our Cottage Prayer Meeting and spent several, baa
l la Rev. will be held at the home of Vlnceut'a *
Established 1877 Is a new, Improved belt that of Baldwin. < Invited. The pastor HoaP40. Her
will take up the slack and not Mrs. Irene Andrew* has returned Prevatt of Jacksonville. I Mrs. Ary Brown in Sunny Brook are ,glad to know Ihe ft|
MBMSBRPRIiSSASsOCIATJON=s r-3 allow the top of your pants to after a visit with her &.1'(>'. and Mrs. Victor Apple of I section on Tuesday night of next Proving. Mr Alfoid ,II U
FLOR1L14 drop to your toes when you mother in Arkansas. Jacksonville were visiting her week. this week In Jseksanvlla*
_1VAhNAL sneeze} Harmon Hodi'e'!Ind two daughters mother, Mrs. Warren, last week- Remember the services at Intend to make their hDlllet
: IPORIALASSOQAj11N'
Vj Dorothy and Shirley (of Pine Level Baptist Church this
THERESSA Jacksonville, were visiting the end.The First Baptist Church of week-end. Everybody Invited.

E. L. Matthew __.__________ Editor and Owner Mltn Ida IJ-.can Packham family Saturday.Mr. Lawtey was happy to have Rev. The people of this section are I War Ronde IbI1llt
f By and Mrs O J. Phillips and Williams of Jacksonville to de- digging potatoes and getting: .methlnr more It ra..
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RATE Sidney Trlest and W. W. Pack- children and Mr J. L. High- liver the sermon Sunday and ready to grind cane. .Jus.....t.".It"
SimSCKIPTIOV ham were In Waldo last Friday.E. tower, of Lawtey, 'were visitingD. the congregation hopes that he Joseph Schultz of Pittsburg, "
Yearly 91.75; Six Month, $1.00 S. Sibley and Miss Doris J. Phillips and family Friday. will be back soon. who Is visiting friends here
Powell were visiting in Starke Mrs. Mildred Burke spent Mon Rev. and !. .... Williams of made a business trip to Jack- AT FIRST
Published Weekly on Fridays and Entered as Second Clam Matte Tuesday.Mrs. day in Jacksonville ,with friends Jacksonville spent Sunday with sonville Tuesday SIGN OFA
at the font Office at .Stark*. Florida. Cochran and children were Mrs. Hettle Jones and grand Mr. and Mrs. J. T, Prevatt. Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Hall
visiting her husband last week. son, Earl McGruder, were visiting Pvt. Clyde Prevatt son of spent the week-end In Jacksonville -
end. in Starke Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Buddy Prevatt of and attended services at'
Mrs. Rhoda Dampler and son, Mr. and Mrs., Dan Ralley and Lawtey, U home on a ten-day Beaver Street Baptist Church. 66
T I WHAT WILL YOU BUY? I Billy, of Starke spent Sunday family were visiting In Keystone furlough. He Is stationed In Mr. W. R. Alford of Jacksonville SAL
I with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Sunday. MUnlssipppl. is spending a while here 666TAau1 ?L NfiKJ
war I J. J. Ziegler Miss Grace McDonald spent,
In an effort to avoid a major depression after the The young people of Theressa LA WTEY Saturday in Jacksonville with
manufacturers will soon want to line up their potential enjoyed a party Friday night By Coleman Phillips her sister Mrs. Lilly Harold.
customers for automobiles, refrigerators, washing ma given by the Christian Union. Mrs. Mary Lou Norman, whoIs Miss Adel Dlnklns, who Is. goIng Prompt Service Careful Drivs
chines, home equipment, and numerous other things- Mr. Brooklngs has returned working in Jacksonville now, to school in Jacksonville,
including airplanes. from Alabama where be spent a was visiting her; mother-in-law was recently visiting her parents '
1 It is going to be a difficult job for industry to shift from few days with his father, who Mrs. J. S. Norman, recently. Mir. and Mrs Paul Dink- Starke Taxi Servic
making war equipment to manufacturing the civilian goods has been very 111. The Lawtey W. M. U. had a Ins, of Lawtey. .
they made before the war. Unless they plan way Shead,, Mr. and Mrs. John Jordan and meeting Monday,'"Members who, Mrs. Lilly Harold of Jackson- > *
it would seem almost certain that they would be forcedto 'children, Willie Mae and Norma- were present ':'ere Mrs. V. R. ville was visiting her mother, Phone 150
curtail operations during the shift period and put millions lee, of Hlllcrest, spent Satur- Reddish. Mrs. H. B. Arwood..,. Mrs. J. B.. McDonald Sunday. I
of men out of work for at least a few months. And day evening with her mother, Mrs. Fred Moore, Mrs. Truby
Mrs. S.. R. Swindell. .. Bennett, Mrs.' J. P. Wyrlck., PINE' LEVEL :
that would be enough to set off a major depression. Day .. Ni
customersand Mr. and Mrs. Gotten and M. McRae
But if industry can be assured of immediate By Mrs. H.
shift to civilian manufacturing children of Jacksonville were
to
is persuaded even faster by the than public it shifted to war work in 1941,, 'Sells Small House visiting Mrs. Cotten's mother, Mrs. J. C. Geiger of Ocala, 1 _.
Mrs. Charlie Dlakins. recently.We and sister. Miss Eunice Drawdy
a. depression may be prevented. orders Mr. and Mrs. T. N. Kendrick are sorry to hear that find Mlas Sophia Mersey of''
surest for us to do that is to put in our I
The of
way studies which will I recently sold to Mrs. Rosa Cartera I H. B. Arwood has had to go Ueesburg were dinner guests &
all DRY'CLEANING
TAILORING
now-or at least to co-operate on Mrs. H. M. McRae on
hous at 210 South Orange St., back to St. Vincent's HospitalIn Mr. and
to buy.
be made to determine what we are actually going of last week.
adjoining their own home. It la Jacksonville He will appre- Thursday
It would undoubtedly be of great help if each family would Mrs. Carters's intention to move ciate It If any of his friends Mrs. H. M. McRae 'and daughter Quick Service High Quality Work

hold a conference and determine now what they can affordto Into. her pew: home as soon asher who are in Jacksonville, will Mrs. Robert Myrick, were
buy and what they have full intention of buying during husband, Dalton Carter Is go by to see him. visiting Mrs. Lillian McRae and .

the first year following the war. u. able to ,move He la very sick Mr. and Mrs. Commodore Mr. and Mrs.. Herbert Hage and I NEW METHOD CLEANERS
at home over the old Mallory Crews are proud to have a new Family In Gainesville Saturday
Thomas and service sta- daughter In their family. She night and Sunday.Mr. I Mr. and Mrs. E. O. Edwards, Proprietors
-1; grocery was born Tuesday Nov. 9. and Mrs. A. J. Fender I
I WOMEN WANTED tion at the north city limits on The First Baptist Church of are the proud parents of a I PHONE 135 315 TEMPLE: AVE.

Temple avenue.Consideration. awtey l has Sunday School every little son. He .has been named STARKE FLORIDA
Many women find it difficult to think they are playingan was 91,500, Mr. Sunday morning at 10 A. M. Tames Floyd. ,
important ole in the war if they accept a job as a wait- week. Church Services 'at 11 A. M. Rev. W. E. Hall of Green

ress, or a telephone operator or a clerk in a stora. There i
has been so much todo made over lady riveters, welders
and machine operators that doing a normal type of job

seems almost unpatriotic.We DESTROYER"ESflOfli1
suppose there is a sort of patriotic glamor for a
woman in putting on a pair of overalls and having a handin
the making of a bomber or a gun, but our country would
practically stop running if women insisted on doing that
type of work to the ex lusion of other business.
The campaign now being carried on to persuade women
who are not working to "get a war job" doesn't stress pro-
duction of war materials because the officials of that group
realize the need for women in all other types of work if our BUILT IN 25 DAY

distribution continued. and our civilian businesses/ are going to be .

To judge importance of a war job' a woman should **
ask herself if the work is essential. But she should be sure *
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which M
to include as essential all of the countless jobs serve

,an important civilian need. IF



r COWS. WILL "MOO" FOR THEM I NEW WORLD'S. RECORD IN t SHIP CONSTRUCT, !!)



Although it is difficult to buy even a rubber band today,

it is expected that we will have such an abundance of rub- .' ,
.
ber after the war that there will be thousands of new prod- ': :": ..... '"
ucts made of it-including rubber mattresses for cows! t '
That one may seem a little ridiculous, but the B. F. Beats World War I Destroyer Time of .
Goodrich company actually is working on that possibility
right now. They believe that a rubber mattress or floor cov- ..

ering for stables will help maintain healthy stock by provid- 45/2 Days Bethlehem Set Both Mark
ing cleaner and more sanitary housing conditions.
Whether this particular product is finally developed or
not, there is no doubt that many new uses for rubber on
farms will be worked out by rubber technicians who are ,
now working on the problem of selling more rubber goodsto

farmers.In addition. to the normal supply of rubber which we will Has Large Gun-Power for Both Offensiveand

obtain from the far east, and which was sufficient for all
needs before the war, after the war we will also have an .
enormous output of synthetic rubber. The total rubber Defensive Service; Equipped
supply will probably be more than twice what it has ever

been So in don't the past.tell your cows!'! yet-but it looks as though ail for Surface Depth Bomb and "''

farm animals may lead a life of Riley in the post-war era. ,

'. ''Anti-Aircraft CombatBeating "- ; .


r UNCLE S : S'


JOE'S '


J-A-W all prior records the destroyer;escort Reynolds was com. .
'
pleted and delivered November 3 to the U.S.Navy, by the Bethlehem

By J. L. HARIIELL Hingham Shipyard just 25. days after iSsel'laying.! '

The Reynolds is-'1 a hard-hitting?fig t-. *r g"unitwith greaVfirepowerand '
>
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I The man who invented the rattrap 1 F Third.:' It could be used as a speed a bigger more powerful'ajhipjthan' the destroyer, RtiJ. -

got rich. The man who Invented :sort of drain trough so that you which held the previous production' record of being built in 45%
the rolling-pin failed to ,could drink the last few drops of

get his Just dues before he died soup gravy or whathaveyouout days during World War. I* Bethlehem Wilt both ship*. ......a
'
-he should have been hung;! of your plate and not run The Reynolds has terrific battle armament for surface depth L bomb; \ Of pfcota ky W.J.Novy-tfaorwf by PTM*(Motion' *O...W. ..Novr.designed ,w a"
What this country needs Is ,a I the risk of ruining your beat De J tad r W'' "
U.
SUOJ..ICOI'C
by S. Navy has wide of firs-powu
something ,shirt or fancy vest. anti-aircraft combat. Her main .has mounted in three rang to
man who can Invent or battery .. guns .DE Rgnwldi was pull by Betblehea.HJaghsin Shipyard io record timed 2 J
useful as well as' orna- I This little Invention would save -
really which can revolve in a complete circle to follow a
but turrets: : target,
mental. I'm not an Inventor lots of family rows. Your wife
;, I know just what would fill the would have no cause to upbraidyou and can be fired by a trained crew with; amazing accuracy and rapidity. protect American convoys. She can deliver a terrific curtain ofi I

t, for drinking out of your Aft is a 40-mm. Bofors each barrel capable of firing 120 ,effective Like so
:: bill.The little gadget I have In plate if It was the l teat style gun at 250O yards against air or surface targets.

U. mind would save table linen, 'and everybody was doing It. rounds of 2-pound projectiles per minute.She has numerous 20-mm.< of her sister ships 'she is one of Uncle Sam's contributions to
wearing I However, this Invention Is nothing -
. crease, spot and on lots your of unnecessary apparel when compared with another Oerlikon machine guns with a potential, fire-power of nearly. 400 British fleet.

It Is nothing more one I have In mind' that wouldbe 60 seconds. Also, and starboard rails aft \ b
; dish washing. shells every along L port The first group of ships in the class were
, less than a dinner plate witha a' boon to all fat men like destroyer-escort
. or. handle on It! Just think. If my friend Vollte and myself. It of amidships are a flock of K-guns whicfi can toss out the famous \ in 302 days. .

the handle were made In the would save us a lot of embarrassment "ash cans" which make it unhealthy for submarine The
of. a half-funnel. It couldbe 300-pound any next group in this class were built in 206 days.
j shape *
used for so many things. Several years ago my son Bill, within hundreds of yards. Now the Reynolds has-set the mark of 23 days..

First: When eating English not thinking, told one ot' our The Reynolds is, in fact, one of those powerful l. swift, sea-panthers And she is but one of steaming out 0 lab"
other kind of food neighbors that his old Dad detested hundreds of warships
or any
i
peas that la hard to get on your fork, the scent of,,black pepper. designed by the Navy to drive the Nazi.subs from the Atlantic and shipyards of America to speed'the day Victory.
you could, hem 'em up In thin He wouldn't say why and'ehe
.
funnel-like handle and capture was curious to find out. One ,
every pea without using a fin- day she caught me coming ,up
or spilling them over the side the back steps with a bucket of
ger
of the dish. This, In Itself, would fresh-laid hen eggs In each hand
soon save the coat of the plateIn and she shook a pepper b nc,under BETHLEHEM STEELPAGE
laundry bills. my nose. It was during a hot
Second It could be used fora spell of weather In the middleof
handle to puss the plate around August and I wasn't wearing :
and not get your thumb in the too many clothes anyway. ',The LARGEST S HIP B U I L DEI
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L H.OVKMTOEB: : 19.' IMS BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH STARKK." FLORIDA !

I. 2749. tic by Jessie Ellla Whale, her

btarke's: The end fifth of touchdown.the game :H>l .Uur't.u.rdlanPePeUtlon.r.: IIf. Case-".. No.John 275H.KI P.. :
: Harvey ).: OF PUHL1CATIONAM
RADFORD SCHOOL JOURNALST.FF the Bulldogs still ,- .,,'.. NOTICB TO APPEAR j 1
STATE OF FLORIDA to. John P.
passed their way .
having """ ui. on Km Kin whose renldeno,' la Un
.he Tornado 10. .. above known. ;.
HlghTtghts' in the game wheieh You are 1'.11"1..01 to appear on
llrattfurd December (th., I84J, In the above
fine defensive play of ... Ihlx named Court and cause, wherein
.1 ney for Starke. l..K..e... plaintiff seeks Order t o VacateFinal
Tornadoes Down Bunnell 33 To 6, I Bunnell and the official Decree.: Bradford County
Ediior-In-Chlef King for Octobvr Telegraph shall puhllah this OrderIn I
Wlmberly sive playing of Captain next four weekly .....u.*. 1
Freddie Taking! advantage of eve.'ybl'eak scored Thom Witness hand dthrtI Ii:lal !
who .
McRae. ar"k
Co-Editor
I I r I r .. seal at .. Florida, November
Virginia Sewell Meet The Faculty the fast-stepping Bradford Starke'a five : *. Flu. Srd' il41.
Biographies Susie SeesitWhat Tornadoes overwhelmed the booted three extra points. 5t 11-:1: (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. ThorauaAa "

senior en. Roberta Vfcttffcj\.. MR. ANTIIONY W. HATES Bunnell Bulldog last Friday TO Jo* Clerk 11111 of Wllllama said Court., Lake Butler.Fla. :

yews: Marjorie One of our most appreciate! fight by a, acore 'of 33 to 6. T1IIR1) GRADE : ; M ,WH Alty for Plf. U-B 6t l'i-3 "

: ;-_-___ Darby pee! and well-liked members of the \ a game! Almost like Bouncing back ,from, the hard- "MOVIES I HAVE provisions that the. '1'0 VIIOH IT'MY-' ('O ('.:IIII.! I",

Wilkinson X faculty Is Mr. Anthony Bates Homecoming; with everyb o d Y fought Bolles game, Starke outplayed I I have seen lots of good : ; Florldn, TAKE) NOTICE THAT A 1UJ5 V-3 II
.Edgar His life Is filled with back. Dooley Davis, Margie with the Tudor Nn U-12S24riI, '. I,
._ Lola Blech so many the visitors from the The one I like beat were- .' In and 1 appraised. ;
Features with value of I less
an
Grider 'Catharine
Caldwell, Jimmy, Davie, Interesting details we hardly; Nollman, and opening rnomenb. By" holding is the Army", "Air Force", the than 11.000. waR celled In PYadfordCounty
to. Phyllis Martin know where to begin. First let us Eva Faye Gainey back from for downs after the kickoff the sie Come Home", ] and" Inn.dn... Florida, October 21, 1843. p'

Melverna Falcon Thornton state that Mr. Bates was born Tally. (Eva Faye declared shcouldn't < Tornadoes gained possession of The one I liked best was ; '',,11 tlnn for belnic V, Chapter used 19301.In violation Laws of of Flor Meu- .

Martha Lee-Wartlr. in the'year of 1893: in the state remember when she had the ball in the first three minutes sie Come Home". It was l IH "iw..".rt Ides Acts of 1939. and that It In theIntentlou ,

UV rgaret Strlngfellow of Georgia. He attended htgl seen so many men.) Pvt. Judy of play: receiving the Bull a dog that a man bought : r :\ f ;I I. Director, Stxte of M. Beverage W, Scarborough Department -
school-In Jacksonville, Fla.; Stetson McRea and Lieut. Eugene Beathelped a boy. It showed the : : tt.Tn.l to sell the I property above

Business and Law College to make the game seen re-inning tures of how the dog .., .., described In front of the County
Dieiin
Jail al Ntnrke, Florida on -
Editorialy and Baylor at Waco, Texas complete Buddy Bishop in uniform Hall : County. 'OO A.I..
handing to McRae and to the boy. l.'r 7, 1143, at 10
i Here he received a B. S. and L.I but still coaching. Jose t.oilolengineered: the ball toEunell's Herbert : I It- S'l The &fat ...v..raan..partm.nt ofFlorida
the right to :e- tledi
ri'xxrvi-n
ends the third week of L. S. degree. He also took music phlne Johns being convoyed by 38, where a long pass Age 8 Any and nil bids,
of this ;chotlUne He a good-looking sergeant from the : \ ) II All persons. claiming nil v rllrh'! or
ltd(! month : attended special courses at snagged on the dead run by Home Room Teacher-Mrs. \ tit "\- In to aald property or
interest or
to taKe stoat of our- 'Yale University. Air Corps. Merry Beth Knight Burney ,on the 9 set up the first Blanding, at Christmas. n.rv.y'n. any part thereof are hereby re
minute'land ask and peek looked If \) \ )M.-ll-i-- .. to tnak ).. I
Stop a One of the first things Mr Darby as &cOl Hall plunged to the 2, bringing in Christmas N... 370): with thirtyalit) lays from the
'
If these questions., llaV 'Bates did after graduation was.. they were having a wonderful and McRae went over McRae them to send, as we : TtO-' : dale of the first publication of

forth my best effort ever; I! to teach school in Deland, FlaHaupractlced time together at the dance. also converted; .the extra point. won't be able to-shop for :;'',MtllvxJ\It. : tkii< notice aa provided 19301 for Taws by .He of'.
lion 1S Chapter
Have I been coop r t.ng.,! law In Jacksonville The art clans has made norm Starke, again'kicked to Bun- selves l :\ \ II I I. Am-f) FlWlda., I03. to the State Flever.av .

my teachers? Today. inor for a while. beautiful stencils Betty Jt'aRHiatt nell whose offense.bogged! down Mra. Bitch ( ) ,' '" ''Department of Florida.. ; Tallahaxxee -
Florida or all xnrh rights'
school boys andre had an especially attractive -
ever. high During his life he has oigan against the heaver) Tornado the above and interest In and to said property
realizing the necessity; pansy design. Quite arartistic lice.:! The Bulldogs' punted from wherein hall. pease and terminate
Ized, conducted, and played with Bradford 1'']. W. SfARHOnOtTOTT, ..
wring as much educatlo many bands and orchestras, one gal.Excitement. their own 28, Starke receiving !?YJaath.r: BaS .jIss'cU I -publlxh.weekly Director, State T<..veraa-e Denart-..
Ible. Especially the boy: of which Is the well-known Dallas really Is running on the 30 and returning to the ment of Florida. Tallalmxxee. F1"
lt-B Bt 1J-1
ud planned to continue Symphony. He baa conducted In around In circles in RH.S.I 40. On the next play Colson official Ida -
Kuilles after they hayed numbers of stat Candidates have been elected for handed the ball to McRae, who A Dime Out this Oc NOTirn OK APPMCATIOV
high school, bu lf. "Miss Bradford", Betty Gent Thomas Von TAX IIKKIt:
far .
from raced 60 yards down the Every Dollar ,
I .......
mil > IHflJ .
He has composed over a bun Wanda l Court o.
ire faced with Immedlat Wade, Elise Green, sideline for Starke'a second .. laD Into some branclr of dred pieces of music and is still Pearce and Marian Brown to be score Try for extra point was U.S.War ; ( HEM.) that J. H. Field the holder of th"

ted forces. For those, who< composing. Within a short time exact. ,'Course I know who wide. ; certificates following certificate for a tax ha.deed filed to Bald beissued .
he hopes to present! before the Bradford" will be but
"Miss
plan to enter a profes.lonrequires received the text: AUFOISI) thereon. Th. eertltlcat'cnumbers
a college educailgh school a brand new Alma Mater since this appears In the news Kaigett i-v: IHCI rr roi'irr. '"'''' l'H4iN! and year of issuance, the
kick tor Bunnell on his own 16, COCNTY.' Kl.OltlU.tl IM : description of the property, and the
school represents oJ.ge. that he la working on now. He paper I'd better not say. MIght returning to the 30. Tucker CtCHY.: va. Rob namex In which It was assessed. are
A student Is off'eredolee feels sure the high school will; start a brawl or so ethlng. You Satlln Mae Alford, ; Can No. a. followutCertificate
plunged over center for a first Coadle Alford. Defendant No. Z93. Year of IUanue *-
> In subjects that intern '; welcome this original composition know how these things will start, down the 41,< The Bulldogs 1765. August 4th. 1943.
on
and Is provided with a and that BHS will have a Lorene was iMght there to \ ORDEH OF punrr Description of Property W/4 of
be of. then attempted' a pass, which AND NOTICE TO : Robert Lot 3 nf Block It..1. M. .1ohn./IIIII-/
r who Is also Interested In song to proud meet him at Jasksonvllle when Hall intercepted on the CO. STATE OF FLORIDA in: ... Bronx Dlv. nf NEH of NKV Sec1 Twp.
Among Mr. Bates' likes, be. Garland came In Friday night; Alfnrd. whose residence. !I. 6 H. Rut. S3 E, containing 1 Acme,'
After one play,; Starke attempt Ohio General Delivery ,, more or lean .
ubject.plays ,' nn
a large part In sides music and chewing gum,, Bobby Turner seems to think o.' C. pass which Hargett intercepted You are required to the above Name In which assessed. !Mrs,
Son for no one will learn which we all know, is athletics, that If he doesn't like the looksof In 3 December S, 1943, In the wherein Abhltt L. llnnexxe. '
on his own 40. ed Court and cause, wherein Pvadfrtri. All of said property beingIn the
he has an interest in the He Is very fond of sports and Is someone (Wilkie), that Just pays Bunnelll got Into Tornado tiff seeks divorce and no nnbll-f County of UYadford, Slat ,of Flor" .

he Is studying. In charge t of the athletic organ settles the question.. territory for the first time,. but lief.shall publish Bradford thli County Order.., ...kly I.. Ida.Unless such certificate or certificates ,
'
another month' mid-tern Izatlon at the State Prison Farm, "Ikferyle Patterson sophomore were unable ''tojVget;, past the ..0YIU'd four, weekly I..."... offlrla' shall. he redeemed accord- !
will\ be upon us. Are you where he and his wife live. from Brooker wan married last line. Stark tookover on' ? .Witness my hand and thin Nn- Ins to law the property dexcrlbedIn .
Mom at Stark' ", Florida such certificate nr cerllflcateswill
to be one of tho.se who Rushing, Shoving and hurryingin ,Thursday. Don't know who the o\\nn as the half ended. or November 1943. TITOMAR be told tn the highest bidderat '
gM: before the exam stay; the balls are about his only lucky man was but congi alula- the third quarter, (OFFICIAL, SEAL,) A. J. Court the courhoiiH door on the flrxt j
Opening
I A a Clerk of said Court. Monday .In month of December, it
d burns midnight oil ? Oi dislikes. tlona anyway. btarke marched the ball from John J. Henderson. Atty. FlorMn 1941. which la the 8th day of December -

ear are you going to be Besides being the only male Droppped in on a Senior Class: their 30 to Bunnell's 18, where 11-6 6t IX-t : 5t n.1! Dated, 1943.thin -3rd day of Noventtter, i

to say "I've kept up mj teacher, six feet tall, weighing II meeting In time to get in on the Colson, oa a quick play, slipped iv: nnri'iT rorn-r.- nn" "u....."" 1941.
work and all I'll have to 160 pounds he can readily be election of Betty Gene Wade, of: tackle for the third Starke ('o"'< "Y, FI.OH1I| IV: CIIAV. (OKKIPTAL MEAL) A. .T. Thomas ,\

review what I've already recogcized by his genuine smile Evelyn Hall Freddie WImberly, score. McRae booted the extra fp7RY.Ethel Scott. Plaintiff, va. mpoa Men. County Clerk of Florida.Circuit Court 11-8 of Bradford 4t 1I-24 ,1
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and pleasant m nner Mi. Jateshas I and Margie Davis as sponsors of pole!!* rrd \vtth the score 20 to 0. ---- -- '
re Is still time to become been with the high school the Homecoming game. Couc'.i Ilobbs gave: overy 1 ne- -

leer of the last group, ao here three years, and with the Anlce "Pee Weee" Green Is In man opportunity to play 'Ihe

down and beat this midter band four years. He likes the I Galnsvllle Hospital minus an ap- Tornadoes kicked to Bunnell
slump! school and its faculty much ball back to 11
very pendix. I'll be over to see you who brought the'
and we'd like him to know that soon, "Pee Wee". the 44 before being forced to ATTENTION !

HOLDING JOINS he Is liked Just as well by the The Bachelor's Club has decided punt receiving the punt on the i
JUNIOR RED CROSS
student body. back dow -
to make a few changes In 20 Colson charged
1 pupil In A Building Join- Mr. Bates teaches commerciallaw. Its set up. First a few mem field to the 48. On the next '- :

i Jr. Red Cross. Fifty Algebra II and the band. tiers are to be eliminated; thena play Starke fumbled and the

and 13 cents was contrlby He Is a wonderful teacher- few of the presidents at'a to bulldogs recovered, but again the

) the first, second third,, just ask any of his pupils. be changed to vice presidents | Tornadoes held, and King kick- .
nd Mrs. Brown's fIfth be of bounds on Starke's THE FOLLOWING GROCERY
and Willie Thompson' Is to .ed out ,
n.' Several hundred Christ- FRESHMAN FIGURES: treasurer Instead of dog catcher. 10. On four plays Hall, Col on

lards have been collectednd 9-G Robin W. spent the week-en'l and McRae carried back to the STORES WILL REMAIN OPEN

to the soldiers In Camp Words fall to express our out at Brooker. Wonder what visitor's 19, as the third quarter

lot! hospital, for them toat thoughts of Mrs. Gana leaving. she was doing out there Heard ended. The first play in the ALL DAY WEDNESDAY BE-

t Christmas. Pot plants' Students never really appreciate also that there was an awful fourth period netted another ,

ulta! are being grown In the I a good teacheruntil they pretty moon out that night too. touchdown as McRae, on a fake FORE THANKSGIVING AND .

1 and will be sent to the realize they're going to lose her. Seems that Benny T. gets all end ,around, barged through the I
Ial l
at Christmas time. Below Is a little poem composedby the pallors.: ) Tnin't fair to old ', entire opposing team for his CLOSED ALL DAY I
WILL BE
two of our students, JamesA. Susie. third touchdown of the game.

for Biographies and Dot B., but it goes for Until your Susie catches a man. Playing against an entire second -
the: whole room.We're -SUSIE team Bunnell took to the THANKSGIVING DAY. WE

PHILIP LATZKN miss air, completing three of six

Penn January 6, 1927. In Car You know sure gonna that's so. you "MUNIOK) J1NGLKS": passes good for 72 yards on the WILL APPRECIATE OUR CUSTOMERS

Philip Arthur Lateen We have finally come to the Tornado 22. Hargett tried left '..
m. Since his father is In So'why in the world do y' haveto
conclusion that we are to havea end for no gain an attempted;;>> ARRANGING THEIR
rmy he has ? '
lived in go
Mary 1943-44" End Hutchlnson v/ent!! '
of
"Miss Bradford pass ,to.
meanthatwe
New
!fa York Washington, D.C. We've been so very which the Junior Claaa, Is apon* Incomplete, ;making)! third''and SHOPPING ACCORDINGLY.GREEN'S .
and know
since .
now Florida
so' lnl. Those who have been at 111 22 yards to a score' On the
his and truly we love
(
But really
native
pennlYlvania'I' chosen from the ninth throughthe next play, Right End Murry
Ip has
you so. twelfth grades are as follows slipped into the end cone and
the and we'll be so .
different where' We apologUe .
camps : caught a perfect pass from Har
!her has been stationed and kind. Gene Wade. gett for the touchdown. Colson '
12th Betty
to terminate his So ,c'mon' think it over: before
high llth-Elise Green. received for Starke on the 20, returning STORE LOVETT'SGUY'S
"W at B. H. S. Though you resign. 10th-Wanda Pearce.9th to the 33. 'A pass to
It I Starke this year be bas For a going away present the Marlon Brown. Wadsworth on the 41 made it

won a. great many .wo Freshmen classes gave Mrs. The contest opened Monday tint and ten. Colson handed

k Jans -a dresser set, chocolates, mil will close on the night of McRae who broke Into the Tip Top Super Market MARKET
steaks and football itc.
Wednesday December 3 at the dance. Those open and streaked over tbe midfield -
compose Philip's likes An amusing incident' who are In charge of the contest stripe to'the Bulldogs 30,

tally illkes.nj .hI! has no overwhelm-. Marlon was R.Mrs.and both Osborn JewelF declare, s P.getting mixed they Barbara ihould;/ turn Keene their Chairman.money over to'' being Safetyman finally King brought on a shoestring down by A & P FOOD STORE A. M. DARBY

always had a desire to ip. They We hope that each class willet tackle. Burney sneaked Into the
*, Army he has recently lon't look alike. .,
behind its candidate and real- clear on the next play and
D. ]
Id and
M.
an H.
appointment to the a for
Iy do Its best caught perfect pass
ii
"UUary Academy at West I j' --
The senior class' wishes) ,HOMECOMING: SPONSORS It I

18 best of luck always, Plans for Homecoming, which

takes place on November 24, just

\ ---- the day before Thanksgiving, occupIed -
) 'RTLE DOBBS most attention at the

'11 13 Dobbs was born In the senior class meeting on Tuesday ii ,,

j of Union on March 26, November 9. As you all

the moved to Bradford know: that 'la the time when the
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11' about two year. ago. seniors are the center of attrac-

Ie is one of our most co- tion. Sponsors elected at the
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(''eIi' seniors, despite her meeting are: Betty Gene Wade ( I e // /

gbl years of school having Evelyn Hall Marjorie Davis, and / ''

I pmt in Raiford. (For- Freddie WImberly. Three committees I
.Iy. we don't also named for the i
mean the Fla. were
jaOtOt
I PriSon!) purpose of decorating and preparing 41: : .

( ....ms to enjoy book- I for the reception and / asaSoso a.pI..C.S-1o.

ng and cute boys very dance which will be held at theWoman' "i.1o'S
I. but, there Club following the all
seems to be a ana
'ntroversy between her game. All alumni students and i. IIse And VBO.1<.

""Dtd people and onions. friends are Invited. @ act..lly Co""' -
I her; II I do. I can well M.D. CopY 01 ... Eloctdci'YQ
.I\and\ vUh

.far !*that.her plant are made, Coughsfrom t@' G. a.. se... ,. E ."O-'o' opolllectsicify ed SO tLeTay0 '
.van Beware
1't "to become a ateno- "... applio"cos e I
We find it our unfaU- colds I
! to who common ro"UY !I
l Myrtle the best paisin9'

always. That Hang On (Siestawont need
1antes
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O"I '
f GRADE Nowt" ,
NEWS
e Creomuaon! relines Electjrlc pDealoscis '
Thorn and Jimmy War to the&sstrouble Yoas" t1tel1l
". e cause It goes right _!
. straight A'a last month to' help loosen $eQ S\i11
., its '
r and aid natur'to YpOS' t
repOrt cards. We hope germ laden phle gm. tender Jr. @ call .
heal raw J.5Bec..5e
soothe and
will
do the same this flamed bronchial mucous zn cbranes. ,
: .Tell your druggist to sell yr .Electricity
f11 Reuu has our a bottle of creomulaton with the Understanding "
It Do.1I115e 11"
Oln Arkansas' : you must like the way
e1 I quickly allay* the cough or you are ..... ...
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contributed .1
"."r:: Crose. ...60 to money back.GREOMULSION -

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BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STAKKC. FLORIDA VE\mQ 1! 1

PAGF'FOCR' Mr*. M. F. Brown, Mrs. K. O. JUST ARRIVED
matching her elected pattern. Outdoor PartyAt and Miss Gayle Sewell S-gored Lady Love: Full n..
Party buncan
Supper affair au
I SOCIETY and CLUBS HonoringBrideElect with Enjoying the hostesses thla pleasant were: Mias NollwoodThe were In Jacksonville Saturday forget; they'll .Dell,, OIJ&" De.

-- -.- .. ... Miriam Guy. Mrs. J, T. Guy Mra. guests of "Nollwood" were morning. LEILA'S DRESS SIlOp.
-- Fred Guy Mrs. N. T. Rltch Jr.,

Daisy Fowler CircleThe Birthday Party Mrs. L. D. Vlning, Mrs. Dj.PCarpenter Mrc. W. C. Powell Mrs. W. H. delightfully entertained Friday
Jr. Miss Irene Mat night by Mrs. W. H. Nollman at
Hall Thomson. ,
For Sharon and Mrs. K. G. Duncan -
Daisy Fowler Circle of the were hostesses Tuesday at thews Miss Delia Rosenberg an out-door supper around the r-

Baptist W. M. S. met at the homeof Mlas Sharon Hall celebrated a for Miss Miriam Guy Miss Fiances Opperman Mrs. J. camp stove in the Nollman spa-

Mrs. W. H. Perkins Monday her 14th birthday anniversary; bride-elect supper at the home of Mr. R. Wainwrlght Mrs. Charles A. cious yard. TRAVEL MONEY DIS
afternoon with eight members and Sunday. Nov. 14, with a lovely Went Madison Darby Miss Grace Phelps
W. and Mrs. Vining on This affair was In honor of
Mrs.
three visitors present. her mother r
dinner prepared by
B. Alexander, leader conducted and aunt at the St.The Members Mr and Mrs. Nollman's daughters SAFE. J
grandmother WSCS .
I and was I decorations for the llv Misses Betty Jane and Catharine 'y-
the Bible study prayer of her grandparents
offered by Mrs. A. E. Lightfoot. and home Mrs. L. S. Hutto. The Mr'l leg and dining rooms were large< Elect Officers* who were spending the weekendat

The subject for consideration was cake baked by the yellow chrysanthemums and home. IF YOU CARRY
day
"Temperance" which was !In the was beautifully decoe- ferns. A delicious two course Methodist WSCS circles met ; Supper was served at seven art
bakery
discussion supper was served after which Monday; afternoon at the'church consisted of home-
form of a round table rated In pink green and white o'clock' and
the hostesses presented to the with Mrs. W. G. Halle presiding. AMERICAN EXPRESS TRAVELERS
following an article read by Mrs.S. with 14 lighted candles. baked ham. toasted welners rolls CHfQff(
E. Sparks honor guest a handsome tall Mrs. T. A. Hunt opened the meet- potato salad home-baked beans
gifts
She received many,lovely vase. '' devotional service and is the then Mrs. T. B. Harding W. M. S. cranberry-colored Ing with a dill pickles, coffee and sugared Everyone on go eleri w..
Study Chairman an- and,her dinner 'guests were: Miss Supper guests Included: Miss Mrs. A. Wood reviewed an article doughnuts: After supper, the Workers-Soldiers and Sailors-Visitors to mp dllClees
Mission .
nounced that there would be a Frankle Morgan Mrs. M. C. Miriam Guy Mrs. J. R. Walnwrlght from the study book. Officers guests enjoyed stories and songs. amen and women alike.Travel in crowded train and jammed
Wells and Miss Lecy Denmark electedas hotels bat greatly increased the risk of lost or stolen travel
study held In the Church Annexon Mrs. Charles Darby Mrs. for 1944 were 'unanimously Guests were: Lt. and 'Mrs. W. fundj.
Monday afternoon, Nov. 22 of Jacksonville Edwin Williams Paul Hudglns. Miss Abble Harley follows: H. McQulston Lt. and Mrs Her- Before you start, it if a wife precaution. to change your

to study the book preparatory to and Raye Johnson Jr. Miss Frances) Peek. Mrs. President Mrs. W. G. Halle; man Vallery. Sgt. and Mrs. R. money' into American Express Travelers Cheques. They are
Mrs. WilliamH. E. Middp.1tonj M. spendable anywhere like cash.But unlike cash if lost or soles
the Week of Prayer for Home James Blackshear vice-president Mrs. W. C. Hastings, Corp. and Mrs.
Missions. Ladies AuxiliaryThe Thomson Jr., Mrs. Fred Guy ; recording secretary Mrs.E. N. Stump, Lt. and .Mr H. C. your money Is refunded in full.
Miss Della Lt. Issued io denomination of$10. S2O, $,0-and $loo. Con
$5.55, and at Miss Irene Matthews .'K. Ferryman; corresponding Mitch Jr., Mrs. Lloyd Harris
the The close offering of the was meeting the host' : Ladies Auxiliary of the Rosenbeig Miss France Opper- secretary. Miss Olive Ray; treas and Mrs. J. W. Sloan, Sgt. and 754 for each 1100.Minimum COM 4Of for S io 10 }so.For sale

Mrs. Presbyterian Church will meetat man Miss Kaye Suttonof Arcadia urer. Miss Amelia'Ray; secretary Mrs. Lawley Mrs. Don Wilson st Banks Express OfficesAMERICAN _
assisted by her daughter
ess the home of Mrs. E. M. Davis, Arthur Holllday. Miss ; Mrs. L. Pvt. and
Earl Searing, served a delightfulsalad Mrs. Christian social relations Mrs. Robert Thomas a EXPRESS
Tuesday. Nov. 23, at 8 o'clock. Lucile Mitchell. Mrs. Joseph A. Davis. ; secretary literature and Mrs. Mazen,"'Lt. and Mrs. W E.
course.
Th6, "Rev. B. M Kirkland will be Scanlan and Mrs. J. T. Guy publications Mrs. A. Wood; supplies i Preston Lt. and Mrs. A. Sanelll
will be held TRAVELERS CHEQUES
The next meeting
cuAa4 t,.speaker. mother of the bride. Miss Amy Coburn; secre Lt. and Mrs Locke. Misses Idalou i =*
'jointly with, the other Circles In ,.. tary young women 'and students and Marjorie Davis Misses Bet-

the Church Annex and will be a USE OUR LAY-AWAY plan. Three Hostesses work Mrs. D. P. Carpenter; sec- ty Jane and Catharine: Nollman.
Christmas program and party. for Ximu LEILA'S Dress'' Shop. retary children's; work, Miss Kate SEA FOODS CHICKEN DINNERS

ComplimentMiss Struth; chairman spiritual lifework Methodist Men STEAKS -, CHOPS

Miriam Guy Mrs. A. Wood.
DELICIOUS IRISH STEW
Met TuesdayTuesday ,,
It was announced that the circles ,
Miss Abble, Harley. Mine would' meet Dec 6. Mrs. '
sy Frances Lee Peek and Mrs. O. C. Powell will entertain Circle night at 7 o'clock the TEMPTING,TASTY SANDWICHES

James M.,, Blackshear: entertained Number One In the Church second meeting of a new Men-local DELICIOUS HOME MADE PIES

at a ,supper party at the School Building;: Mrs. W. B. organization-Methodist I _
School
home of Mrs.i I'Ethel M. Biggs, Sewell will entertain Circle Num- was held In the Church -aesssssrsrA II

complimenting ,MIss Miriam Guy ber Two at her home on North building of the Methodist Church. & A LUNCHEONETTE
last with 15 men present. The ladlesof
t on Thursday evening tof Walnut St.ShowerTea.
the Church consisting -
served supper
1 week..
21-H ServiceIn
1k of baked ham baked beans our
was served on 'card
tables Supper In ,the living room each Given potato salad hot rolls peach pie Park Theatre ,Bldg. Starke, Florida

r table being centered by. a small For Miss Guy and coffee.In .

vase of chrysanthemums. Each ,Afternoon the absence of the speakerof
Saturday the occasion-L. F. Chapman
marked with a card
place was
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of the State Prison Farm New .Gifts Arriving Daily At
ornamented with wedding bells. Honoring Mle's" -Iirlam Guy Supt.. -
The hostesses' assisted by Mrs. whose marriage tto'.,Major Wal- who was to make a 25-mlnute '
;, served a tempting two Jopllng speech each man present was
Biggs lace Malcolm Jr. was
CARPENTER'STHE S
The hostesses called,upon to pinch-hit with 'a
course supper. an event of Nov. }, 8, a showertea -
f J presented to the honor guest was given byv Mrs.; L. A. one-minute speech.

Miss Guy, a piece of crystalDuds .. Davis Mrs. J. E. Wilson Mia. Sanford Rltcb led the group In y*uaXt DRUG sTon.E
r .1. Edward Burns and Mrs. W. B.> chorus singing and other formsof
afternoon entertainment were entered In-
Sewell Saturday
on
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; from four until 5:30, at the home to. Sam Anderson Is the presi- Come Visit Our

DteHe of Mrs. Davis on West MadisonSt. dent of the group which meet ,

ofe la, ':6 Beau!;! SalonS U1 The.' decorations throughout the monthly. I PARTY C. COUNTERS

lower floor were,of.yellow, white Stores to Close

ANNOU 'I ana green; yellow and white For Thanksgiving CARA NOME KITS, ALL SIZES AND PRICES
holders addedto
: candles In silver
'I,
the attractiveness of the ar-

The Arrival of ;Two New Experienced [r( \ rangement.Receiving, were _the hostesses. spent Thanksgiving In the traditional Day way will here be Personalize Your Gifts By

cNOW this year. Sportsmen will be 'up
Mrs. Davis. Mrs. Wilson Mrs. I
.t ,.. and off early for it will be open Monogramming Them!
Beauty Operators: Burns and Mrs..Sewell; the bride- I
season on ducks quail deer and
Miss Miriam ,Guy; Mrs. J. .
eteft. all kinds of game and fish. I
; T. ,Guy and Mrs, \jr, M. Jopllng. I STATIONERY: COASTERS
will
Other citizens take advan-
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., of Lake City. ,
MISS RUTH HASER 7/h Assisting entertaining In the tage of the union Thanksgiving PLACE CARDS _. NAPKINS
services to be held this at
r living room were, Mrs. O. L.. year
1. Penn. Beasley Mrs. L. D. Vining,* Mrs. St. Mark's Episcopal Church at TOWELS
l," 0 fE. is a good time to J..'W. Kincaid, M.... Paul Hud- 8:30 o'clock Thursday morning. MATCHES -
Business houses will be closed
{ check Fire Insur gins Miss Madge Middleton and
your
all day so that merchants office .
Miss Sewell.
Gayle
: once policies. In the dining room the table men and employes may spend the : DO YOUR XMAS SHOPPING
.f MRS. SAM LONG' '' ''' was covered with a handsomelace day aa they choose.

FREE SERVICE cloth and centered by an arrangement EARLY!
of Detroit, Mich. of yellow, and white' ItUY EARLY! Arriving dally,

Flowers and, all the appoint- beautiful gifts. of lingerie linenhandkerchiefs
.
.L. cosmetics and
numerous
ments were of sliver. AssistingIn STATIONERY
NEW SHIPMENT OF BEAUTIFUL
...,... other uggefttlonx. LEILA'S
Mrs.
room were:
the dining
CALL 149 FOR APPOINTMENTtaeila'3 DRESS SilO '.
A. Z. Adkins, MUss Frances Peek,
Charley E. Johns Miss. Abble Harley.. Mrs. Fred --- - -
Guy Mrs W. C. Powell and Miss
Agency Virginia Sewell. Pouring tea

Beaul' Sal I'hbne 13 Stark, Fla. were Mrs. J. T.Guy,and.,Mrs.. W. 37

M. Jopling. y I" -
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music:
RapraMirtlng THE:TRAVELERS FIRE: Lovely piano was played .
Starke, Florida INSURANCE COMPANY Hartford during the tea -by. Mrs. William m
H. Thomson Jr. The shower -

gifts were on display In the Days Till ChristmasTHINK
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- The guest list Included 80 per-

I COME TO I sons. OF THAT 'HERE 'WE GO AGAIN 37 DAYSOTNIlLG

XMAS. SHOP NOW FOR TIME 'IS REALLY :

Judy Green SHOP FOR GIFTS FOR DIAMONDS, FOR WATCHES. WE'HAVE A

Hostess at Party COMPLETE STOCK: '

: JACOBS'AND : i, "-
: Judy Green entertained 'a number .

: of young folks at her home on l '
N. Walnut. St. Wednesday .after ,

noon th celebhatloa of her eighth i
t SAVE Birthday anniversary.The ::
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children' enjoyed"outdoor

I" games during ,the afternoon and

Judjr :was assisted In entertaining ,
j jI 1
1 SHOE SALE!! by heir mother. Mrs. I.. J. Green : -

,, !,'\ I Ij and grandmother, 1.J4(*,')."'. M.
I "'; RATIONED AND NON-RATIONED SHOES : Barefoot.
The decora&T birthday' ,cake -WE LIST A FEW SUGGESTIONSFOR --
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;' SIZES .4 TO 9 REDUCED FOR CLEARANCE .t \ was placed as a center decoration -
FOR HIM HERDRESSER WATCH Trad'WatcbelWATCHES
j
We
on the dining tablet1< was In
NOT ALL SIZES IN ALL STYLES
I pink and blue and held'eight pink SETSBRACELET REPAIRING,, Bring, Your In For
candles. Blue bud Bases', placed 'TIE SETS SETS
j $.198 up; oa. each 'slde.'Arrangements/ LUGGAGEIDENTIFICATION LOCKET FAST SERVICEGUARANTEED Trade In.
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of chrysanthemums. WATCH
; Refreshments of sandwiches'and DIAMOND RING
; Coca Cola, were served and favorS BRACELETS v COMPACTS We Buy Jewelry, Old

INFANT'S' & CHILDREN'S LADIES' WINTER mint were bags. of hard candies and 1 WALLETS ETC., ETC. ALARM CLOX. 'Gold. Turn It I Into Cash!

WE CAN
COVER ALLS COATS1piece Judy received many lovely gifts And" Many .More FIX 'EM

from her little friends, "and those =
I' SAMPLES ODD LOTS enjoying this event ''were: Jule ,' i-jj. i.'g-gssgssg ""'""

. . .$1.69 and Nency Sevan, 'Pauline Gay SPECIAL
Sylvia Alvarez, Joyce 'Frledler, MAY WE SUGGEST THE BEST BUY THESE ARE

2-pieco, with hat $1.98 CLOSEOUTS Florence Brown.' Grace .Thlgpen, BONDS PRICES..
Fay Thlgpen,, Dolores) and'Edwin BON BONDS $75.00
$37.50,
0 Marshall, George ThornJ Levy Ca- ,$18.75 =_-
! CHILDREN'S WARM nova. Jr., Ph eba7 Irenn?'Walter 1 =
I and Carol Jennings and Archie USE OUR LAYAWAY
FLANNELS PLAN DIAMONDS
I SOFT WARM FROM $22.50TO
i COATS Green.. .
NICELY TAILORED 1 $195, MAKE YOUR SELECTIONEARLY:

SIZES 1-2-3 Linda -Sue Haile -=
I LARGE SELECTION OF
$1.49 Voeman 2c Woodfin G. Haile SHOCK PROOF TIliNG WE
I COLORS AND STYLES J c., and wife announce the birthor rrHE EVERY
I a daughter. Linda sue on WATCHES SELL IS GUARAN

. FOR CHRISTMAS AT .cnday, Nov. 15, in ,'Jackson
t SHOP EARLY I :Memorial Hospital la Miami. STAG ii TEED
f USED RECONDI.. WITH
I'' TRADE
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Call St.
JACOBS' 125 TIONED WATCHES CONFIDENCEI
cottons '
!hop early for the prettiest CARTER BLDG. .
Y and rayon LEILA'S Dram
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hot'EIIBER 19. 1043 BRADFORD COUNTY Ti LEGRAPii. BTARKE FLORIDA It

f The the children are giving a special louse door I* Btarka. Florida, sell for Pwanty-Two Forty same more(22) or East lase! .containing with" the \
Jewish Welfare Board has bent Wilder
and
Kincaid ElectedTo to the highest be tnadapiiHuant
Mrs. .SaM' sale to -
LOCAL NEWS i
land appurtenance
IffS of aFeed" for the soldiers and program and the parents and cash, the following deacrlbed Bradford to said In
their wives at the USO every Head W. S. O. public are Invited to hear then.IN situate County., lying Florida and, to-wit being and coata.IS. i
I
Tuesday of the !Southrant K. PERRYWAtf; I
night. Mrs. Irving The Northeast quarter I
arrived Mrs. Tillman Hutto and The Woman' Organization of Section Twenty (20). Aa Special Ma.t.r' Chancery.
Chandler son Hertz Is chairman of the events. CIRCUIT' COUNT BRADFORDCOUNTY quarter of
OdeJl the USO operated by the YMCA rt-ORIOAl Township Seven (7) South Range U-J9-3t-u-a. I
Huntsville Texas Franky, .are spending some time Miss Sara Barefoot spent! Mon held Its regular monthly meetIng CHANCERY. CASE No. CT73 .
visit with her here with Mr. and Mrs. L. S. day in Tallahassee with herbl'other.ln.law DUMMY FORD also known astk1RRY .
funded at the USO Club, corner of FOTH, Plaintiff. va. JITL1AAN
ord, Hutto. and slater Mr. and Temple and Washington Wed NIK FORD defendantORUMIt EVERY BRANCH OF
I., Evelyn Crag I Mm. S. D. Phillips. I OIT FUMLaCATaON AND
N. C., USE: OUR IAY-A\\AY .plan nesday morning. NOTICM T/J APPEAR 8TATK: OKPlXJKJLiAi
Ian for XnriHN. 'LEILA'S Dress SRt. and Mrs. Dan Hazen have chairman of to Julia Annl Ford.You .
Shop. Mrs. .A. F. Saws
from Camp De-
day returned to Tlfton Ga. are required to- appear on
after '
a
.Tbur days Mrs. Evelyn Cowdiey has been the committee to collect potted nrmlwr Such, 1143, In the stove netnwtCourt Y-nsurance.
a few. visit with relatives here. .
for whervln plaintiffnek
reporteda and cause
to the building
fenn. .her
Mrv ,aDd forced give up work at plants fpr divorce, tiitdfoni County Tnle- .
tb )her parents. r the postoffico because of ill healifl Mrs. A. E. Lightfoot. Mrs. H. number of plants ;on hand and graph alien publish thus. Urd..r In next .

F. Stump. and has gone to the home of her L. Hough and Mm. Ray Y. Walden thanked the members\ for. ,their lour weekly lamiea.Wltnaaa official neal
gARLYfrrivlnc! dally, of Raiford attended the As- contribution She stated that my hand and
parents In Lake Worth to recuperate at Starke. i'lurlila. thla Nov. JTtli.
IIlflll 01 lingerie Dean Bociatlonal Lenders' Conference of additional plants are still needed. 11143. A

IIlrf!! cosmic. anel num. Mrs. M. C. Wells and Miss Lecy I the W. M. U. held In' Jackson. Through the generous ,dona- A. J.Cl THOWAB.Aa .rk of ....Jil. Court. H. C. WALL t
IIUggc"'tlolUl.UIL.'S I ville last! week. tion of several Starke citizens EJ.I K. Perryman. Mtarke, Florida. r

Silo?. Denmark of Jacksonville were JUs'r ARun'.D: Full line of and the USO and the efforts of 11.15-41-13.10.Attorney for..Plaintiff. \,

\\v. H Struth spent the I Id week-end guests of Mr. and Mrs. 8-gnml Lady Love slips Ikm't the WSO a supper for 40 band : i

in Jacksonville.! L. S. Hutto. forget .they'll sell out .teat! members and entertainers who NOTICE TO CREDITORS' Agency .

LEILA'S:: DRESS SHOP. I!assisted at the premiere showing All ......on. having ilalnia or d..-

Mrs. E. S. Matthews returned of "This Is the Army" was given. niauda Milton acalnat Urownlea: the, aln eatate known of Ja4n aa .J..a Constant Service Over 50 Years* I

Sunday from a visit In Orlando I New officers for the coming M. Broirnlea, deceased, are hereby
..sATftE! I year were elected as follows: notified and required. to fll.. theirclafma
with her son-in-law and
A Srafikelidnite Dr. and Mrs. :H. B. McLendon.Pvt. daughter. I President-Mrs, Jeannette KIn. Judge of In Bradford the office County of the Florida fount Please Phone JJGCLASSIFIED '

and Mrs. J. B. Silcox are cald. In the Courthoum calendar at Starke.months Florida from ,
within eight
Carl
here from Miami for a visit with I Vice-President Mrs. the date of the rirat publication of
relatives. ,Knight. thin notice I or "T'h: become '
Louis Koch.: void accorrllnn I to.I law. Nov m- ADS '
Show Sal. Sun. Mon. Nov. 21-22 New L'AIGLON spring drew_. I Secretary-Mra. ber U. .1843.. !
TreasurerMrs.. W., O. Halle. J. W. BROWNLEID.
Shop early for the prettiest cot- Mrs., Frank Wilson, retiring: Administrator of the estate of ..
tents and LEILA'S Dress Jane Milton Urownlue. al ien known WANTKD-Old phonograph rec-
WANTED
rayons. ,
$WHATASHO m"""""'" tL president then turned the meetIng aa J. M. Urownlea, d. .a..d. 30 lb. None with
."" : Shop. KIncaid. A 11-11I-4&-11.10. Listings on upaitmenta, houses or oicro. per
f.tEAM'WHAf'A'\C)1\I rri ***< over to Mrs Phone -170 Pal Music
,fcl *... };:r. and Mrs. O. E. Miller of rising vote of thanks was given: -- home fur rent, located within 20 .paper.Co. Starke, Fla. tf
Denver, Colo., left Wednesday for miles of Stark
..r.t.\ -. to Mrs. Wilson for;' her splendid MASTER'S SALE
; W California after spending: six I work 03 president and Miss NOTICE I la hereby given last tinder tltf East Call Street FOR KEN-- Furnished 7-room

.C '11 in .s weeks visiting In the home of Register: expressed the appreciation and by virtue made of a and Final rendered IJeireatofforacloaura by W. T. CLUTE Realtor house.-II. C. Kellly, Lawtey,

( '" ''''' Mrs.: Miller's parents, Mr: and of the USO staff for Mrs. tha Honorable A. Z. Adklne, Undue Fla. 11-12 2tp

ktll F 5 '"I.... Mrs.: I. P. Shepherd. Wilson's cooperation.At of Judicial the Circuit Circuit of Court Klorlda. of .tha In and Eighth for IF YOU WOULD BUY SELL

I(.!;}. '. Misses Idalou Davis, Catha the request of Col. Collard I Bradford County IS, 1943 In, In Chancery that ,certain daterNovember milk cows stock cows, beef cattle PERMANENT own' WAVE Permanent, 09c!with Do

:. urY sub rine Nollman Marjorie Grider Station: Hospital, Camp Bland- "cause, therein lately pending between stock bulls or hogs, get: In your
l Comp I Ie t
to furnish O R. Moore, plaintiff, and aha unkwonw Charm-Kurl Kit. e
Dona Drake I Ing the USO agreed touch with J. D. Odom, Jr.,
and Gayle Sewell. students at halra at low of W, U. uinrker.deoaaaed Including 40 curlers
r. Cully Richard Eve Ard.nZaSu a baby bed for the hospital. The defendants, the unttonlKnml. Box 247 Starke; Box 204 Lake equipment,
the Florida State College for : SpecialMaater :, l and Easy to do, absolutely '
shampoo.
beds I a
Pita Marjorla Weaver Army does not provide baby who was therein appointed 481 Lake City
City: Telephone
Women at Tallahassee, were for In Chancery to exaiuta the harmless. Praised by
Raymond Walburn and there la great; need one. 'the Sth day Auction market Tuesday
ama, will, on Monday every ;
A rw..r thoN areal week-end guests of their respective Mrs. Nollman was appointed to of Uacamber. 1H43 during the l".Kalhour Lake City, 2:30: every Thursday thousands Including, Fay Mc-
With the South CourtYou've movie star.
'as'0l parents. and of sale before Kenzle glamorous
Investigate the ways means Palatka 2PM. 1-6-44
_. CoM' ,
....r..e.- of obtaining: the bed. ,S- Money refunded If not satisfied.KOCII .

Discussion 'then centered wanted a NEW HAMPSHIRE: RED chicks. DRUG STORE

for Thanksgiving Hatch Friday; attested
around plans ; every
> house
or
WANTKD Apartment
Tues. Wed. Thurs. Nov. 23. 24. 25 and Christmas. All members SPENCERto I and approved. Was din Poultry furnished or unfurnished. Civil-
were asked to contribute sand II Farms, 3 miles north of Waldo ian. Responsible position. Permanent -
to be served at 11-12 8tp 12-31
"YOUNG. EAS" wiches or cookies Box 067, Starke, Fla..
,
the Open'Houae: tea dance relieve that tired feeling ltp
XK HUNT Furnished apartment.
I MARY ASTOR HERBERT fMARSHALL which will be held Thanksgiving Turn left at Farmers
afternoon.. Various'programs Deal Delar. Another Day WANTKD-Fire screen for large '
Market. 1 block off highway. .
I I were outlined for the Christmas log fireplace Donations of
The USO will fill Christmas -J.;U Bagwell. 11-12 2tp also
season Christmas tree ornaments
Wr\t or ,.,. ltor" to
RITZ NtR stockings to be placed Desired.-Church Service Center -
A R..I.t..... Spencer Coraatlert FOR SALE-Complete grocery
al'ouII' the Christmas tree In the stock and market fixtures. UpWANTEDCouple
and to the sol HKS. BERTHA: PEARCE:
given
building
Bradford County Telegraph -
Apply
21-22
Sun. Mon. Nov.
diers. Mrs. John Healey will be 305 W. Madloon St. ItDRESSMAKING permanent
chairman 'of this committee with residents, want nice furnishedor t.
"THE HUMAN COMEDY"Tues. :Mrs. Joe Wilson as co-chairman. and alterations.Mrs. unfurnished apartment or -j 2

Mir Paul J. Carter and Mrs. Farrar 219/ Walnut. Itp house.! Phone 153/ It I

I. HcttA[ were welcomed to the Watch 'YoLfr
.' Wed. Nov. 23 24 FOR SALE Nice' young Jersey WANTED-Gas heater, gas cooking -
I meeting and contributed helpful .
Ideas. Kidneys cow. Apply D. O.. 'Kelly, Route stove electric ,or gas refrigerator -

"THIS ABOVE ALL"Thurs. 2., Box) 18:), Starke. Itp or small ice refrigerator
Help' Them Cleaned the Blood Mrs. Nollman 201 W.

TABERNACLR of Harmful Body Waste FOR SALE-Land: on Road 13 Madison. Htarke.REGISTERED .
The Mission room will be open ...
.
Your Idda., wnitntly' Sharing
of Starke. Will I
2 miles north ,
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from the blood But
.te
matter .m.
Fri. Nov. 25.26 all day Thursday (Thanksgiving NURSE-Desires
C ..
/1\- .Id. eometlniee lag la their work' do Mil by acre or entire tract.--
Day) for those who desireto not mot aa Nature lntmd d-fall to re. nursing. For further Informa-
HIOV* ImparitlM that If ..tain.... may Mrs. J. M. Mitchell Box 42.
HEVEILLE WITH BEVERLY"I enter for prayer', and worship. .b. .b. ..bai. tion' call Mrs. Nellie Thomson'at
pohtoa mymimmt aaa upwl Starke. 11-19-2tp
A Chrittmat/ latter Music will be broadcast from bodm.obln.ry.Brmptoau Magnolia, Hotel. Phone !:fl.ltp.

to Your love .. time to time throughout the day. fwralatont bvadBflb may be,attaclca aaf fffnc. of ba..kaeh.dl.mfn M.ttlng .. FOR SALE--Would you like to
The usual Thursday afternoon up alchu. swelling, pufflnno -
under 'K. .y_ feeling> of nervou. own a new 3-bedroom FHA SALE-Essex sedan, good
Prayer Service will be held In FOR
amlMy and tar of end itronitb. .
pop
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NAT SEZ: t the Mission Room. Oth.r .1... of kldny or blmdd.r disorder house, with Idown paymentof condition. five good: tires v
.
a, On Friday evening. Nov. 23, too frequent are .om.urination."__ burning. mematf or less) than $700 and monthly owner-driven only 32,500 miles

We hate the most fickle weather Th...cbould bo DO. doubt that prompt payments of less than $30 T If W. T. Clute, realtor, 119 I East
NOTICE OF APPLICATIONFOR treatment .U wteer th.a ne. .ct. U.Dom' .. so see W. T. Clute., realtor, U.lOtf
In the country they any. One TAX DEED VI'm... have been. winningflaw Call St.
day It's hot, and the next day NOTICE IS IIUKFTT UIVEN. thatClara friend for more than forty yeara.They 110 East Call Street, Starke. {
Mae Knight the hold. of the have a natioa-wlde reputation. ll-19tf LADIES-Would you like to have
It.. cold. How to drCHU-that Itth Are roeommeaded by grateful people too
rertlflrat baa tiled said
1 Or rather letter box of following ... ,Aoorf practically new pair of $11Ffbrshelm
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A
question. It',. really very a certificate" for a. tae: deed to bo Insuedtheroon. eounfcry OTorDOANS< voitr *
shoes size 7-B, with- f
numbers and dark-colored
The certificate LOST-One large
simple' If 'you're not proud. Buy pretty paper brocade filled years of Issuance the description of and with very lit.
mule. If found out
mare please coupon
of the In whichIt PILLS
yourself a. pair or two long the property and name
with two Elizabeth Arden'preparations was awMiHa'cd. are aa followa: notify Bill Noegel. Noegel's tie money T See Sam Rosen >
h"ndleN. place them conveniently Certificate No. 370, Year of laauance ltpCHRJ.STMAS
clone to your bed and If the temperature every woman August, 4. 1911.Deeerlptlon cafe, Temple Avenue.* 11-202tp berg. ,;
Into themfirst of Property NH of Illk
drops. Jump wants.. inowy.ioft BlueGrass 1 ex H>4 of Lmta I. il A all Illk S end
thing In the morning. They N of nlk S Dowllnim 8ub-l>lv. Hue.t .
; feel BO Dusting Powder 8 Twp. 11. R. M iii.I
look o bar l but they
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Nante In which aaaoaaad 10.! .J. CowlIntf -
good! and light refreshing BlueGrass SPECIALS
All of Ml Flower Mist. 340k4.b County of Bradford. State of Florid .
liil! ... such certificate or eertlfl-
9? A COMPLETE LINE. +r catea shall be redeemed according to I ?
.. law the property deacrlbext In ouch
mri" certificate. or certificate will ba Mold
OF to the hlirheat bidder at the courthouse "
door on the first Monday In ,

SWEATERSCARDIGANS KOCH DRUG STORE Sri month Hated day of of this January January 1Mb day 1944.1 4 of*which. November la the, Come In Now And Avoid The Last Minute: sh. :, : S ..

1915, ;.'t
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Beal A. 3. THOMAS', ,
Official ) CHRISTMAS' *
Starke. Florida Clerk Bradford of Circuit County.Court Florida.I.9 of. SPECIALS FROM NOW TILL S

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CHURCH OF CHRIST ..I' ". OUR VERY BEST $20 COLD WAVD PERMANENT,, ::' t Jr :..

50% Wool anc|r.JOO% Aubrey Mercer ,Minister. '"THE HEATLESS MIRACLE" $15.00. '' t.' ,'
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-I TUESDAY: 7 :30 P. M.-Prayer Meeting., ,. OUR CREME PERMANENTS ._.,, . ( .. ... ... ,".$1O.OO

l $** 50 495 EVERY VISITOR'=WELCOMED d < GUEST I BRING'A FRIEND AND GET FOR *. . . .,; . .$15.CO
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\ ,CA i UP TO $9.00 TIP TOP SUPER MARKETBLUE CROQUIGNOLE PERMANENTS. CREME. OIL

$7.50, WAVE . ... . . . : . . ; ... . .$5.50, .


ROSE RICE ......._...._.._._ 5 Iba. 45c
FINE' FOR XMAS DO YOUR XMAS .

GIFTS $5.50 OIL PERMANENT WAVE . . ... . .,. . .,. .$3.50
EARLYManhattan ....
SHOPPING Pkg. SALT 2 boxes 5c ,

., $3.5<< RINGLETS . . I . ,. . . . . .$3.50,
ROBES Shirts '
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Manhattan IRISH let .
FOR WOMEN' *. '" .
ALL WORK DONE BY EXPERT,. EXPERIENCED OPERATORS V

AT1N AND CHENILLE Pajamas Potatoes lb 27c ,
OTHER MATERIALS .
Wembley Ties -ALL. WORK GUARANTEED- I

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Mary Barron Slips KITCHEN MATCHES 3 for tOe ,I.



95 695 091jjteraibergs Costume Holeproof Jewelry Hose Oragon Sweet Peas_.__.,.... No. 2 can 14cArmour's z4 Jair &ectutii Salon


Treet .r................. 12-oz. can 39c J


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BRADFORD COUNTY TKUEGRAni. STARKE. FLORIDA FRiD'Y; Non\IJIErt::
PAGE SIX __ II, I
I IappU..aUon under said certificate No. 1S2 waa'' redeemed
:Mrs. F. L. McGehee and son,, and Mrs. Merrill Robinson In name In my for office Tax and Deed ban to mad.be In the name of Mr*. F p. Croft; propel-ti.. areurdina described' 'ie
Arthur Lee, of Ocala werespendtheday Jacksonville, Issued th..r..on. I the assessment of said property be sold to the tb"'Hla
Demand Placed On under said certificate No. 217 and the ( '
Courthouse bldd
Mr. and Mrs. Reese Bradleyand Hald certificate respectively dllllr
of Mr. and
guests brace the following* described '.m-I 93 were In the name of Unknown) Monday In the Month 'd Ih, h,
Mrs. J. i;. Caldwell Monday young son spent the week- ertleH I In the County of : the assessment of mid property 19U, which I. 'h, OIhD......1
Service Industries by WarTHE Mrs. Randolph Hardee and end here with Mr. and Mrs. J. State of Florida, to-wlt In: i I under the said name certificate of Ed. J. Johimonl No. 172 wasin and December A. D ''M4,' da,
Lot 3 A 4 of Bk 14 Hampton
children of Jacksonville are the M. Bradley and 'Mr. and Mrs. See 19 Tp. 7 a It 23 E.. I* em- the assessment of said propertyunder .Dated thlll (lid, 111) "* .
164 T Nor
said certificate No. I was r A. D
guests of Mrs. Hardee' parents, J." H. Hundley.Mrs. jed: under said certificate No. ,In the name of Hampton Development ( 1941OFFICIAL SEA) ,

ELECTRIC UTILITIES Mr. and Mrs. Roy Roberts. G. E. Crew and Mrs. Lots 7, 8, 9, 10. 11. 12 nf Blk I Co. Clerk Circuit "'","J, 'l'bo'
Lt. Thomas Epting of Spar- P. S. Crews attended the fun 31 In Wanton'. Add Sec. 30 Twp. 7 UnlcNM Bald Certificate. chall, be County Florida ?? 8111'

1939 1U1O)1) ) ) ) ) tanburg, S. C. and Camp BlaDI eral of Mr. Jack Farrell, Mon- 8 certificate It. 22 K.,No.In embraced 217. under said I ,....------.- -... -.--,----- --. Ij.j 11
I ding, and Lt. Larry Rayon of day, at. Crews Cemetery near Nay i of Lot 67 In Woodlawn Sec ---

1942 1OOOOC1)1) ) ) ) ) ) ) ) ) New York City and Blandlng.J. Long Bridge. I 5 19 Acres Twp., 6 more 8. R.or 22 less H.. ,In containing embraced I FUNERAL DIRECTORMy
were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Many Years Experience Makes It ronskble
M. C. Roberta was called Mon- under said certificate No. 93. for MB to geeds
E.ark 'i/&ol' r..pr...nt. billion kilowatt hour output far A. Bouvler Friday. Lt. Epting day to the bedside.of his mother Lot 1 of Blk 8 Lincoln City Sec EFFICIENT PROMPT and COURTEOUS SElt\"lfE ,
u of the Bou- 32. Twp. 6 R. 22 E., In embraced
j industrial tuf. a frequent guest I Mrs. J. M.. Roberts.! of. Lake under said H.certificate No. 172. MODERATE! PRICES _
vier's In the early days of Camp Butler. Lot 7, 8 of. Blk 11 In Hampton DeWITT C. JONES
Blanding, has Just returned from See 30 Twp. 7 S. R, 22 E, la embraced -
Mr., and Mrs. S. V. P. Mart- under Maid certificate No. Starke. Florida
THE RAILROADS service of nearly two ,years 'in .
England and Wales and expectsnow ling of Melrose were supper i BU.i The assessment of said property Oa.- _. I u_ .. .n. .... ..... ____

1939 1IIf"h." : ..: .11,'.... to be stationed at Blandingfor guests of Mr. and Mrs. M. E.
Grlner Thursday plight.Mr .

1942 ..... .J...,...,....,.... Mrs.some Bryan time.Whitfield, together .. H. B. Grainger of Belle

Glade la visiting Mr. and Mrs.J. .
with her house guest, Mrs.
EacH, symbol r.pr..C' 100 trillion ton milt afrtfykt.. G. Godwin.
Graham Putnam, of Birmingham -
Ala., are guests of Mr. Mrs. J. E. Williams, who has

and Mrs. C. S. Galbreath in been the guest of her daughter
THE TELEPHONE INDUSTRY), Jacksonville. Mrs. Putnam will and son-In-law Dr. and Mrs. J.

continue on to her home aftera M, Hembree for some weeks,
1939 !R I' few days spent with friends has returned to her home in

in Jacksonville. Wewahltchka.

1942 Rev. L. A. Shepherd spoke to Mrs.. Hugh Hall- of Jackson-
I the Pen Woman's organizationin ville Is the guest of Mr, and
Eark symbol Ttprtttntt'tO"million lonff-diitone* tilrption '
caI.I. Jacksonville last Saturday. Mi-B. C. M. Turney.t.

'-* V" .. ... I I Supt. L. F. Chapman* was 'booked Our Red Cross workers' have
"....l lip men ,.. ...... .. .ca
I to speak but was ''confined to completed theft:" iassignment of

home with an attack of flu. 60 kit bags and''have ,contribu-
added to- tasks are not eligible to
has( enormous
How war's Impact
the responsibilities of America's receive official government awards John D. Rivers, honorably tions of $31 toward filling

utility, railroad and telephone industries for their truly great wartime ac- discharged from the Army after I them

is shown graphically in complishments.In seeing service In Africa, and i Mr. and Mrs.. J. O. Randall I
the above chart. an effort to give credit where who has been visiting his bro spent the week-end with Mr.
of the added credit Is so obviously due General '
The magnitude ther-in-law and sister, Mr. and in
the nation's and Mrs. P. O. Randall Jr.
"volume" of work placed upon the Cable Corporation P.
men and women of these great leading independent supplier of Mrs. P. S. Crews" ,. has gone to Jacksonville. Friends will be 4

service Industries is difficult for electrical wires and cables has Jacksonville to visit W. S. glad to hear that Mr. Randallhas ."
the layman; to grasp. Th. chart is undertaken to publicize their records Crews. a brother. BO far recovered from his

worthy of study. of accomplishment: An edi- Mrs. M. M< Poythress, Mrs. long and serious illness, as to ,
the New York Times
torial from
In. every have instance met war's these challenge Industries calling attention to the patriotic John Tutt of' Macclenny, Mrs. be able to resume work.

contribution of these war workers, Pete Brinson ''of MaxvHie and
while maintaining practically nor-
about
mal standards of service to the has been reproduced hi a General Miss Sara Poythrees of Starke Navy Re-opens ;..<1 "Is it truewhat they say
civilian population. The workers Cable advertising release from were Sunday visitors at the i .

who have quietly carried on these Coast to Coast home of Mr. and Mra. Bryan ,V-5 ProgramThe


FLA. STATE FARMBy. were enjoyed by the children as Whitfield.Pfc. Garland Godwin of the Navy's popular V-5 pro- War Bonds?"
gram of officer pilot training for
II:. R. Bouvier were refreshments of ice cream Marines, who has been stationedat ,
17-year-old high achool graduatesand
BIRTHDAY PARTY and homemade, cake!: and candy. Parris Island, S. C., la at seniors) has "been reopened ,

Edna's'' gifts* were unusually home on a ten-day furlough. for enllstmept it was announced

.Mrs. M. L. Crews honored nice. Those enjoying this party Sunday he will leave for a new this week by Rear'Admiral W. H. THEY SAY. "Hey, Bill I herd *that in order THEY SAY "That's a sweet investment rlt
of instruction New
her little daughter, Edna, on were; Henry Rlcharde. Francis River assignment N. C. at Allen, director of Naval Officer to pay for the >fighting equipment say) And when you lend dough

her fifth birthday anniversarywith Caldwelll Marie Wiggins, Joyce Procurement in 'Atlanta through our boys need, each of us should be to Uncle Sam, you know he'll mikt

a lovely party, Tuesday af- Davis, Mary Rivers Stubbins, Mrs. ,A. M. Rlcharde. Mrs. H. Lieut. Comdr. T. J. Needham, Jr., putting at least 10 percent of our good on his I 0 U"pay
M. Richards and children, Jane
of the Navy Recruiting Service.To .
ternoon. The honoree welcomedher Kay ''Partney, Diane Hardee, Into War Bondi." _
and left to '
Henry, Wednesday
guests wearing a beautiful Caroline Crews' Jimmie Mon- remain the rest of'the week qualify, applicants must be 'IT'S TRUE- "Say> War Bond are better the

long pink silk party dress, and crlef, Joyce and Jo Williams, high school graduates o r high T'5'T "That make dollar blllil backed
with Mr. and Mrs. J. H. RItchIn R U E- genre to me, Joe. They're up by
herself Nasturtiums Kenneth and Bobble Stafford.W. school seniors scheduled to grad-
was a picture.
Jacksinvllle.. Little Jane baa Those things coat plenty of dough. the strongest Government In tit
were used as table J. McGehee and son, Cecil, uate by March 1, 1944. in the
been 111 for some weeks and Is After all, one dime out of every world-and they make moil
Alvarez
decoration and a prettily decor- and daughter, Mrs. Kenneth upper scholastic half of the male
ated cake centered It.. Games and son, Kenneth, Jr., being taken to Jacksonville for component of their class. They buck !II a darn cheap price to pay money for youl"
medical attention not available '
will not be called until after grad- for freedomi"t!
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here.Mrs. uation and they will not begin

FOR SAFETY, COMFORT AND ECONOMY RIDE Emma Rivers Auburn-- flight Instruction Until they have .
dale, who has been visiting her reached the age of 18. THEY SAY- "weVe not really paying that THEY'SAY "Must be a lot of people ownin,

FLORIDA MOTOR LINE BUSSESFOR daughter, Mrs. P. S.. Crews, has There are' also''a limited num- money to the Government, either. War Bond by now, Men't that,

returned home. ber of openings for exceptionallywell It's just a loan to Uncle Sam, as I Bill?"

COURTEOUS CORRECT INFORMATION. Mr. and Mrs. Odell Can then qualified young men who see it."
PLEASE PHONE 147 and children'of Gainesville are have already passed their eigh- imlfa''
I IT'S TRUE "A lot of people? Listen! 50
I spending the week with Mr., and teenth birthday. I IT'S TRUE- "Sure. You get it back-with In- of 'em have bought War Bondi-
Mrs. M, C. Roberts. "
Miss Roberta Whitfield Was Applicants were being urged to terett. Every 3 bucks you put)in and I'm one of 'em. SO mUioi
UNION BUS STATION I contact their nearestNavy recruiting -
Joel'
the week-end guest of Miss bring you 41" Americans can't be wrong
station. Stations are located -

LACY CONWAY, Agent Phyllis. Hazen at Brooker. here, in Tampa, St. Petersburg S
.. and
M. J. L. Robinson
Marlanna, Pensacola, Or- -
Temple Are. Starke, Florida Mrs. H. L. Parker have returned -
lando, Gainesville.and Tallahassee. SAVE WITH U.S. WAR BONDS
from a visit with Mr. .
ATFLORIDA LEAST 107
EVERYBODY..EVERY PAYDAY.
A NOTIl"F1 OK .*ii't.irvnoKOH .r ..
'r\x: KBKU

(".ft,... mil "... lflnNOTHB ) .
,
IS HBHEBY CJ1VKN.:
CHEVROLET hi SERVICE That J. L. Beverly, holder of Tax
I Ortlflcatra numbered rmpectlvrly,
I 162 issued 7th.. day of September,
1938; Number 217 Ixiturd 4th. day : BANK AT STARKE
nf ,July, 1938; Number 91: leeued7th I
day of AniruBt 1819; 172 IK.
sued the 7th flay nf AuKUHt 1919, Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corp.
and Number 854 Issued the 2nd
day of ept.mll"r", 1940, ban filed :Member Florida National Group, Inc.
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Promotes Sludge Car Engines In CombustIon Chamber Have a Coke"" =

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chemical deposits which 1 tiii.tr

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KIIP IT SERVING DIPINDAkLY AND ECONOMICALLY FOR THI DURATION

StressSPEED .. 6'r. how to make a pal in Panama
YOUR WAR BOND PURCHASES-Speed tho Day of Victory t ,

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tI 1Q i Utl?'say* the polite citizen of Panama when'he wants to show interest in /

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jour welfare.' Fully as cordial is the' llavt a .'Cd," of the American soldier. In


any language these three short words say friend o' mint-understood* in Panama '


; I as in Pittsburgh. Around the world Coca-Cola stands for tb.P"IIU1lh", refreshes.

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t i-has become the high-sign of friendly-minded folks.

"Coke"=Coca-CO'-
Torode Chevrolet Co. td
SOIIIIO UNOIt AUTHOIITV. OF THI COtfA-COlA COMPANY IT 1c'.naNnforri. U Y tarna.bbrev r

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tipfF151UEU 19. 19&3 BRADFORD COUNTY TELEOR.-\.PII. 8T.\RKE. FLORIDA. '

I t less road Sec. I* Twp. IS. nuance August 4rh, 1941, -,
GRAHAM daughter, 'Mr. and Mrs. William community near Alachua. sonville and Mrs. Everett Me- NOTICR OK APP"'T.O n. 10 E., containing VI Acres, more Description of Property W It ftof
Eva Strickland Crosby. I Mrs. Carrie Kalch, of Jacksonville Kinney.. Jr. of Gainesville, visitedG. n.FOR.... Hill TX No.UHKI INH'4: or less Sec H II 1711 Twp.ft of 8 NIl 8, R.of II NWH K., containing of "?V4- ''I
BY "F'Io!' Mr. and Mrs. Joe Kelly is spending some time W. Hazen Saturday.Pvt. NOTICE IS MERKBV O1VK.V. Name. In whlcto assessed FonnleCrews. 1 Acres, more 01' less,
., and Mrs. John C. Willis and Mrs. Ruby Edmondaou of I with relatives here. Pledger Gaiaey, of Camp that F" M. Packham the holder of Certificate/ No. 101. Tear of Issuance known.All Name. In which assessed un I

of Fort Myer" are Leesburg spent several days Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Horne and Blandlng was a week-end guestof the following certificates has filed August 4th, 1941. of said property being In the
Yon weeks with rela.l1ere. with their brother, J N. Kelly.H. his aid certificates for a tax deed to Description of Property, All NWU County of Bradford, State of JTlcsr. .
,ding tWO family returned Tuesday aftera family be Issued thereon. The certtficatenumbers of BWK W of Ry., Sec It. Twp. Ida. I
| M. Bennett of Theresa U few days in and the II 8. H. II IB., containing 9 Acres, .
n stay St. George Mrs. L. O. Hazen daughter and :years of Issuance, Unless each certificate or certificates
Mra. J. B- Strickland spending 'some time here with South Carolina.Mr. Minnie Lou. and Mrs A. description of the property, and more or less shall be redeemed aceordnf -
assessed Un. >
Name In which described
assessed law the property
Tand John C. Willis the names In which It was \ to
Mra his son-in-law and daughter, and Mrs. W. A. Saxon, E. McKinney of Starke visited are an follows: known. In such certificate or certificate
u evening of last Sr. were here Certificate No. It. Year of Issuance : Certificate No. 101, Tear of Issuance ",11b.. sold to the highest bidderat
ii t Tuesday and Mrs A. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Crosby. for the week-end. Private Everette McKinney at August 4th 1(41. August 4, 141 the courhouse door on the first J
with Mr Reddin Kelly of Mrs. Ethel Tidwell wag shop La. last week. Th.yalso Description of Property All 8% Description of Property: SE% of Monday In month of December,
at the State Farm. Brooksvllle ping and visiting relatives In Monroe. of NS of NIt% W of Branch. Sec NK!% ex I A In NE Cor E* 4 U4J. which Is the bah day of December ,
Carl Broughton spent part of last week herewith visited In Alabama andMississippi. 11 Twp. I B. .110 E., containing S-4 A In NW C'or Sec. 11 Twp. I 8.K. 1>4I. \
L Mrs his .I Jacksonville Saturday. It Acres, more or lees.Name II E., containing acres, more Dated this 3rd day of November. y:
fchUdren and Mrs. HlUtardh brother, J.. N. Kelly. Lynn Hall spent the week. In which assessed Fonnle I or less. 1943. t
r J. B. Edmondson of Leeaburg end at Mrs. Cephus 'Harrell and son, Crews.Certificate. I Name In which assessed. Matilda (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas j;
and Valdosta. Ga. on busi No. 16. Tear of Issuance :
afternoon ugwith Mrs. Walter Edmondson and ness James. Mrs. Loca Waters Mr. August 4. 1141. Dixon.Certificate'. Clerk of Circuit Court of Bradford
L.' Sunday Mi.. John Strickland daughters, Patsy and, Cleone. of Mrs. Olen Bedenbaugh of and Mrs. Tom Stewart Mrs. Description. / of Property, SK>4 of No. 146 Tear of Ia.C ounty: Florida. 11-5 4t 11-1;

and Starke were visiting Mr, and Jacksonville Carroll Atkinson and daughters.Ilene -
spent the week-end
!.Burke.n Bowman and Bon Mrs. J. N. Kelly Friday night.! with her parents. Mr and Mrs. and Joyce, were In Gainesville
Roy Rev. Chapin of Bellevlew business last week. 18 thru 24
I Drew Walker and son wasa I*. D. Elland. on Thanksgiving Sale Nov.
lukcclenny Mrs spent Sunday here dinner guest of Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mra. A. I. Olson Of Staff Sgt. Malcolm Lewis re- ,
/ mother Mrs. Hllllard J. R, Kelly Sunday.W. .' Torrlngton Conn., leave arrivedto turned Sunday to New Jersey '
their C. Ward and Kirby spend the winter months after spending a 13-day furlough l.LovetV
Enriched
_hton. LonnIe Melton Thomas spent the week-end In at their home here. with his parents, Mr. and Mrs., j'8wllt' j'
Jr, and attended Mrs. church here Cresson, Ga, with relatives.Mr. James Plckren. U. S. Navy;; E. J. Lewis JEWELMb Foot / iilcuLE BREAD

Waldo and Mrs. Robert Ward and friend. Edwin Blakeley. of Sgt. Bob Long of Fort Ben- 16-ox SC
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nYL c. Smith and on-ln- are spending several days here the Naval Base at Lake City I nlng Ga., is. home on a ten-day, .CENTERS ( -- '
daughter Mr. and Mrs. with their parents Mr. and Mrs. spent Sunday at home, i furlough. 1/C I O stogss

[and Rogers moved to Waldo W. C. Ward.. Mrs. Dan Johnson of Jacksonville Mrs. O. W; Bal'ry'spent last BISQUICK

.week.11 They will,, be greatly Fred Haislop and Miss Myrtle spent a few days with !' week In Jacksonville with her Quantity Rights Reserved
Lei in the community. Dobbs spent Sunday in Jack relative here. daughter. Mrs. Raymond Crews. 4-ib 65c All Thursday 17 _IG.31 !l'
Mi and Mrs. All Day Wednesday-Closed Day _
Leland Beden- Open
and Mrs. Carlton Davis sonville with Mr and Mrs. Rob Mr. and Mrs. Lyon Crosbyand i ,
rt'a? chicken pilau Saturday ert Ward.* laugh! were In Gainesville Mon. children of Groensboro visited I II 1
L brother Ernest : day relatives 'and friends here Thanksgiving Poultry) Regular Dressed
I for her Mr. and Mrs. Fred Moore and
who leon Mra. Odls Lowman and son last week. 45c 39c 2)%'/% Ib Roeat.rl '* 45c '
.. of the Navy sons have returned to their Chickens N Ib Fryera. 24.4 |Ib H.n. Ib
left Monday for Atlanta Ga.
a 15-day furlough. i residence In Tampa after a Miss Eva Faye' Gainey of -
c where will visit
she relativesa
tin Louellla Davis of thee visit here with Mrs. Moore's Tallahassee visited her parentsover
Whole Ptcnlo f
I few days then to Join her
spent the week. go the week-end. SHRIMP '
Farm parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. R. g
husband:: who Is stationed at HAMS
Ellen Wa
Iwltli Miss Mary Halslop. Fort Sill. Okla. Miss Roberta Whitfield of the tb 29c
State Farm was a week-end Ib 29C a _
?, and Mrs. Fred Johnson SAMPSON CITY' BROOKER guest of Miss Phyllis Hazen. Bolt.- Std.-
chllldren of Waldo visitedparents The condition of little BUly
B Louise Varaes
'and Mrs. R. By By Minnie Lou Ilazen wd. Cert.HAMS OYSTERSPI ;t
i :Mr. Brown son of Mr. and Mrs., ,
Johnson recently. Mrs. G. P. Wadsworth Sr. RO43ERS-PARRISH Artford Brown is critical.Mr. 65c

It. and Mrs. H. L. Starling honored her husband with a and Mrs. Rahn and Butt Hal!
Hugh
children visited Mr. and birthday dinner Wed., Nov. 10. Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Parrish daughter of Ralford were Sun Yes-We Mean Ml. Vermont Turkeys M.-d;::: Slse;

Perry Newsome of Starke Those invited for the occasion announce the marrlge of their day guests of Mra. Banle Mott. Ib 32C MULLETlb ill
day. parents, M:. Mrs. J. L. daughter. Helen Geneva to Cpl. Mr. and Mrs. Larson Mint 6 u ti 4 ,r r phw, hm ProrRhM''. r NI ""' '
Wadsworth, Jr., Mr. and Mra.\. Norman P. Rogers, U. S. M. A. and daughter,-iBobble, and Miss Bulk MinceMEAT 15C r
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\NNYBROOK FARM Sam Anderson and Miss Martha of'Mr. --
C., son and Mrs. W. M. Ha Jane Crosby of Jacksonville .
\\tj Mrs. AisuK Crawford Johnson of Starke and Sgt. Rogers of Gainesville. The wed. vUlted Mr. and Mrs. Lee Gainey ((lt ,,P'' cep Spanish.,.1 or Moclr.o.Ib ,
Cecil Talbot of Camp Blandlng. ding too place on. October over the week-end. 23c
?.'., Vera Alston of Lake Mr. and Mrs. Ed Bryant of 22, In Jacksonville.! Corporaland Dorl'- ''Hodge BLUEFISHib
Miss 'entertained .
tier spent Thursday and Fri. Macon Ga. were guests of Mrs. : Mrs. Rogers are residing Thursday night of last week at IClng_'. 29c
with her son-in-law and Ethel Tidwell last week-end. at 125 E. Third St. in Jack TOIUCreamLARD r. II _
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her home .with a cane grinding. f \'
Edward Saxon Seaman 2-c. sonville. Fla. WholeWHITING
Outdoor games were played and t
U. S. Navy, Norfolk Va, Spent
LEEPATTERSONMr. about SO guests. enjoyed this
tFrryF
the Week-end at home. 2-ib 43c

f SPEEDY SUB( Mrs. H. B. Wiggins, Mrs. and Mrs. Ira Patterson affair.- r ____ ib 17c i
Ceo. Williams and son Howell. NOTICH' OP t1'9O"TIO" TO ork'SAUSAGE -
announce the marriage of their Kingan's
HKWIK-IKH KIC'I'lTIOL'M' NAMMNotice Northern
'j RflIEFFORACIDNDCESTON ,were shopping In Gainesville, daughter Merle, to Pfc, Marvin In herehy given that theunderwlirned
Saturday.Mr Lee of Virginia. Thewedding under _the provisionsot FILLETS f
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/ and Mrs. Andy Wall visited Chapter 04(3. Laws of Floridaa.Acts Red
solemnized in Starke ,
was on of 1841, will register with Ib 37 c.
\ relatives In Valdosta Ga. Thursday, Nov. 11. the Clerk of the Circuit Court. In TEXAS!I SHIPPED DRESSED Perch ib 43c
and for Bradtord County Florida _
[i! last weekend.Mr. .
I the fictitious name of Hand & Co., Bull..fly'DAINTIES d
1 and Mrs. Edward Meyers Mr. and Mrs. O. J. Molt of under which 1 am engaged. and doIng Rath':'. Wh. Pork First Come, First Served! 6 f Q 14-| size 14-|Ib & over
1 of Spartanburg., S. C. have returned Ralford were week-end guestsof tUarke business, Bradford at 125 County W.,,Call Florida.tH". Don'\ delay-order now, Fillets ib 29c
1 after a visit with his Mrs.\. Banle Mott and family. That the said. business l I. owned Meeker.
parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Pfc. Merle Gano of Camp and operated parties by: the Morris following Kandolph.Htarlce Interested Ib 46C Turkeys aren't plentiful. Ib SIc: lb 49C: Steaksib43clovett'i

Meyers. Blandlng was a week-end guest Fla.
Store Mrs. C. A. Warren la' visiting of his parents. Dated thin 8th day of November T-Boae. Club .lb. 47eIb. Genuine'' Spring Whole- Sbouldec _.1b. 29c
penter's Drug 1943. Starke. Bradford TendersyMilkFed
friends in the Forest Grove Mrs. I. H. Hazen, of Jack- Florida.at tl-lt 4fO rldU' Chuck Roast 270 Rib Chop ____lb. 39o
B E E r Hamburger _lb. 25e LAMB Sliced Liver _ik29e
Brisket Stew ,,._lb. 2So Breast Slew _lb., Ho

\ .!: Sirloin Steak ..-..lb. 3So.lb. I Style Pl<7 Whole Shoulder ,Jb. 250
v was Chuck Roast 27o Pntry Fresh Hams ___.Jb. 310
? VEAL Rib Chop _lb. 38o R K Lean Ch.... ... ,lb. 33o
: Breast Stew lb. 19c Fresh Cut Sidles .. lb. 25g

I r- ? De1KanGme e Dg Land O' Sunshine Kitchen Tested .Flour
I a 10nY to the eQ of PEANUT Stokely's Finest Pio j
Gold Medal

n been e M y-Na that the'a Balle.> P U M P KIN *
ve Prod and 29c
I 5 lbs
27c .
awl
tantl 24-oz _
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Another il. he ho a $etnent and wolilte Big Water Ground CornMeal

.51 b Y these a n Brea ter eo have been poi 9-tie All Oleo Southern Reedy Ib Mixed 29c No. 5-lbf 15c f ,

e 011t to the glleaglt tlo of cat iris t.rkrQhYw F' Land 0' EujshlneOleo
the Wise II,. Super Brand Flour 20-lbs 05c
4 60th d o mates f tlllnin r Orrolsr23.iml Ib 17c 2%

gory &]d w Southern Bi.cultAUSw.llb
Tribute to y ZlizecI other chap wo}kn er a ,a Now a n Swifts 23c Cans Flour 20-lbs 77c

Silver Wings' Enriched
the a r rk wet don achievefig P6r Grade'A Lq. Mo. Ship. 10c Flour 5-Ibs 27c

a that try onfefo eerie th t Eggs 8-oz en 63c

Ground 1o Your Order Chase & Sanborn Dated

Navy E., com ifieliieble I 191i2c I I Coffee Pound Z6c
set the ga f r Amy' Volvo coffee, Ib
But
used for thatugh u they
: gran 4 It Wouldn't Be
Dooleyin H to de.
receive of WOODBURY SOAP
,y Food A the a w honor Bar Thanksgiving Without

by Beatiolla ertion'eA? the 1y i'VANILLA

SWard Rua,,. CELERY
L I V tope ti dwde the 16W\ Cakes

y' bBent n the No. 2 12COEHYDRATEO
food Purim' COpPerationmdu food cfe, do.. a Jumbo Calif. Z3c .


ve non and the grams, ace oua B '7 M I' ,Stalks '


I r ofp fro bLclll lack 8niatiom0n home ? N 15c t

t away the y < y -_
ndh comparli form cu .
werand at 9f Long Island
6 NEW
iya matted even the eon lionsutility'm e 1 Cauliflower ib 15c.

"ifBoien not r fat 1 *>thin I Y r bug i-Uf asstde t Calif. IcebergLettuce utocwiMMax Lge 23C
I >&. w*," '
r Po tie tfnga There hnic5J OIJs 9 I SWIFT'S DOG FdOC hd 11c Sm 10cII'

n'. oenti st n N. C. GreenCabbage
ash
ION
away tor the ( CAT TOO
1 R rwN not be ? ** have aupl exl8tjpg go _,, >Ib 4! c

9 a ; Importa frttdto guch funP ahotdd ni e Pkg IOC U. S. 1 MainePotatoes Mb"
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rSfts- ea the Y gas 10.rise 31
v c Z4c
-0g l / rise
w Inch E

[tent SssiS/KiSft: / ';S Spry 3-lbs Georgia Yams Sibs 21 c (j1SCO 3.lbs

? S 93 per''o last qe Bliss ...:: -----1 68c

,. that
] ton ede 68cR.d
i..h et- 939 8 diatanpB ? 5 Ibs 19Cit1 .
roads, ash j ; or. the e + s ;y la.ttr -
4y .. % ThE fiVER
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,.eN Y92d moved Z rail. i Idaho BakingPotatoes
Clemwed the F >Ib 4'/2c
e. 13S and the p 1939 6y 8 l 1 1
m eer> j Fancy Canadian \
service Ind 9 te same by a Il Rutabagas ib 3V
Y doing hav v GENTLE o c
too, d ne d.d ntgY1
ua.'gul p'
York
-t' s boO _.gr e ail a ,/0b, f a Imperial
hew tb.N-' i i less. '' Y. t.Bailey w r 2 ibs 23c
w. /rCY...u gut 1 Apples
Oot DOO I Vtilitnn ..J ve
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tb.0 w. ..".,. Western Delicious' AUZE
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tic1II-":::wtMTA vm. ISo 1"-A"''' to Apples ib 10c 5c IS'
....Rail&Iectric"WbOl..d .a. '- riS44e ,

-u.t::rem t.r- ":: : tN Sunklat .u.
::::r.dp :w A -
: '" : CABLE CORPORATION Lemons 6 ,for 10c Educsror lb.

:Cp:... ::Yak;It. Y. GEtllERAL MfT-SAFE 6c Fancy Polished Stuart '

Pecans ib 47c Crax Jib 10c 19c,

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