Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: November 26, 1943
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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ReCreation Tradil1gand'Center ''O!. BRADFORD''COUNTY' TELEGRAPH Sweetest Home of .,\i,1 l

This Side of
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Official County Publication'-- Established In 1877


fci Lied Clinic' Navy Secretory Knox Backs,;"Cut.A-Cord" Drive Disposal< Plant, X-Ray Unit With Alvarez HonorsMr. Graduates 'New ,

ie Is SetJanuary ''Ii.a 2 New Pumps To Be HereDecember and daughter: Mrs.. and, J.attended Mrs.G. Alvares Frank the E.and exercise Wilson little, To Be ,. :

Now In UseWith 13-18 at from the graduation the Airplane of Mr.Mechanics Alvare By Students \

20 School at the U. S. Naval Air +

r Station near Jacksonville on Nov

the recent completion by :The' public was again reminded 20. He Will not only graduatedwith A brand new brick
Jan. 20. Dr. P ulartlD honor, having attained thehl..laellt building and farm 1 1
Thursday. A Goforth, Ch rlott 'iN.C.)
Boyd this week that free chest Xrayswill
orthopedic sur- In the class, but 1
senior grade be started on ,
contractors of the two latest wartime Jae taken In Bradford( Countyby 1
for the Florida Crippled was also one of the two editorsof most of which will
dad, Corer.ilsslon. together emergency'projects: of the the State Board of Health their attractive class book, ;

Dr I. P.. Abrams, Director Federal Works,}..A.*ncy/" Starke mobile unit,;,.during the week of "The Pilot's Nightmare". members of the I
cultural class..Prof V ,
be local Health Department now has two complete water Dec 13-18 Along with his graduation and I I

nil staff,will hold an all-day pumping stattontl'and a brand new Only the following ';classes of high honors Mr. Alvarez. Mrs. I who has charge of

I for crippled children In the Wilson's ,son, was also promote ment Irt. BHS will .
sewage.disposal j plant. They are people will be X-rayed: Schoolteachers
tin Bradford, Clay and : and has been transferred while
t In rank, building, .
In full the having food handlers (employers -
The now use oy City -
1 the Health
Place School for Aircraft Carrier -
to the local mason, will .
: and help), bus drivers, Janitors
Church Street In been turned?over: .by the con at Sanford.
on duty
tr workers In Industrial plants, mid- a practical "
tractors about a month ago., Ber-
e. 'will 'be wives, pregnant women (up to how such a building
rery crippled child ry John, Ittlllty Supt., stated four months) all contacts with
k i
g a thorough physical yesterday;,, cases of, tuberculosis; all persona Deputy Collector erected.
without any, charge, and All and .
a The sewage disposal plant located who think they might have tuberculosis -! plans
luements will be made for a ? at the south end of Orange children been passed upon
,q. (only those:
If that
;lion of the defect Street, n the edge of Alligator who contacts Department of .
are or suspects: unemployed To Aid PublicFor
all possible Foster Shi Smith.
Creek, Is a primary treatment adults indigent 'and ,
A crippled child la dew -.- plant of the most modern type. BHS stated Tuesday '
I any person of normal. Commenting on tile'. Victory Pulpwood Drive, Secretary' at des NM "Raw sewage!f1 that passes ) Following is the'scheduled time the purpose of assisting been approved by

alliy under the age of 21 Frank Knox. says, The pulpwood caner sad Ik. U."8. Navy taw.k.. through bar eenVMr. Johns I I and place for the free x-rays in taxpayers In the preparation of duction Board. Hence .
functions '
i whose physical or said Form 1040 ES, au estimated return I, actual. work will
Secretary "whtre all.large
{ objects are
l Uy a* possible. JCaoxknows
Impaired by ac- same aim to win ibis war a* "' Bradford County:
meets are In1,: removed. Sewage then flows of Income for the year 1943 new buUdln 30 X 80
de- that .cord of pulpwood wOlJaral eaoob y.rda H Monday, Dec: 13, Health Cen-
congenital OB
t,, disease or Into the grit'chamber.where sand, a deputy collector from the In- will be built by high .
jiity" e{ the Nsry't,big 16-htch gun r- pebbles and other heavy materialare ter In Starke, :2 P. M. to 4 P. ,M.; ternal Revenue office In Jacksonville themselves just west

rents of crippled children are 7PM. to 9PM. Bradford Economics department.County
removed: then into the large will be at.the

to bring them to the clinic Judge Long Imhoff tank where all solids Tuesday. Dec. 14, City Hall, County courthouse at the followIng .

he! morning of ,January 20 Pecan Sales drop to the bottom "'end.,are digested Lawtey 9 A. M. to 12 Noon; times: MIddleton and the
Examination will Near HereThe 1M.to4P.M7PMto9P.M'f,
o'clock Injured Brooker Community Hall
Into sludge Monday Nov. 29. between 2 Board along with ,

id from 9 o'clock to noon,. "The Imhoff tank ls40 X 70 ; P. M. and 8:13 P. M.. are responsible for
[from 2 P. M. to S P. M., Dr condition of Judge A. V. Wednesday, Dec. IB. Starke I
feet, and 14 feet Jdeep""he? con- Tuesday Nov. 30, between. 8:30A. ject. The board is 'J
mt said The date of the May End SoonA Long, of Gainesville, Federal Health Center. 10 A M. to 12 ,
M. material, and the
tinued, "and 'Is 'divided Into 1.compartment. M. and 5:15 P.
c Is given sufficiently: in ad- Judge of the Northern District of Noon. Reno (Starke negro com- I
..' 'Frdm the Imhoff A deputy will be at Lawety on the work. It will :
t to that parents of all crlp- Florida, is reported to, be "fair", tank the sludge Is pumped by a munity) at colored school, 0:30:: Nov. 29 from 8:30: A. M. to 1 $8,000 and $10,000 If ,
I children may make'.uitable total of 14,000 pounds of pecans P. M. to 8:00: P. M i
material both had to ,
by authorities at the Alachua gasoline engine into gt sludge digester P. M.
cements for transportation was sold at the State Farm- County Hospital/ whey be was tank 30 X 30 feet 12 'feet : Residents of Keystone Heights, Farmers must file original form Mr. Smith estimated. f

larke. era' Market here on Tuesday Nov. deep, with piping so arranged as although in Clay County, are 1040 ES not later than Dec. IS, construction Is part of ,
lee your crippled son or taken Thursday nIght Nov. 18, asked to come to Starke for 1943. Other taxpayers file and will be done
16, and Tuesday Nov. 23, accord- to pump sludge from any com- may .!
liter a chance for a fresh Ing to County Agent L. T. Dyer, following an automobile accident. partment of the; Imhoff tank. their x-rays. amended form 1040 ES not later students, the It

t In life", Dr. Abrams said i He sustained a fractured verte- After a period of digestion the than Dec. IS, 1943. likely be completed ..

who assisted with the sales. The bra; body abrasions and other Injuries contents of the tank are drained New Dress Shop the end of the school. ,

ian Explains total last week was 10,000 pounds when his car overturned\ Into a sand and gravel sludge bed Public RequestedTo son stated. :'I

though prices were a little low. after colliding with 'a truck ten with under-dralns. After passingthrough To Open Saturday ,
Lw T. B. Funds miles north of Starke on Road 13. Fill Out '
This week's total the sand filter the -
was only 4,000 sewage Mr and Mrs Guy H. Sale, Raising Cane i
| Divided but higheras He. will have tot\ remain in the is then clear water and flow
pounds prices were
e Own War Papers j jc.
owners of Guy's Market have i
however.It For
.aev ral"veekat Victory
follows: Seedlings 22 1-2 cts.', hospital Into the Parhsall flume, whereIt

1943 Tuberculosis Christ- Tesche ,'25.1.4: Money Maker 28, ,was. reported. .Hat. ,was taken' Is sterilized by the applicationof rented the former, taw office of Frequent complaints have been week."I'V' !

Jfctl, which was distributed Kennedy,t t'a-4''. Rdndall 2T-:3-4.; to;:the' ; hospital Jn>,tWitt; C. chlorine gas, .and. then passes the late Marcus F. Brown In the heard from time to time that W. Batten Road who 28( I,

i the mall here this week, Vandeman 39,' Curtis'' 30 t-4. and Jones ,,ambulance. through a chlorine contact tank Brown building adjacent to the many people whq have the ability; miles out on' has :" '
Stone Heights,
i below: Stuart 31. before entering" *.>outfall line post Office; and wilt open a dress to fill out their own war papers '
-- Holiday DanceAt and Is discharged Into the creek. shop there Saturday. Mr. Sale and caae for'14-years; but
"The sale next week will prob- are' refusing to do so, are this' did he1 ';' '&
ICI YOUR HOME FROMJBERCULOSIS ably be the last one," Mr. Dyer I USO-YMCA The plant is supplied with com- said George Thomas carpenter, consistently referring these mat- Ifitler'season! He brought

stated, "unless there is consIderable plete laboratory equipment for the has made the necessary altera- ters to one or two loyal citizensof graph office recently

quantity of nuts to be sold The :many service men away examination of water ,and sewage tions in the building. Starke wh are too generous to cane displaying a :

later. A special effort should be from home on Thanksgiving Day ." The Sales will carry a full line turn them away. This practicehas victory.

made by the pecan growers to get found a warm welcome at the- One pumping station Is locatedat of ladles' dresses hats, lingerie continued until there are two

all pecans In next week." USO Club operated by the YMCA the light plant on East Call sweaters gloves: hose and other or three persons who are carry- Up through the '
corner of Temple and Washington Street and la called the south station accesnorleg. and as soon as possible Ing the major part of this responslbinty. the cane was s

SU.Open. while the other la on Washington will carry also a full line except that there '
Y. M. C. A. Official second
Avenue near the north city of children's clothes, Mr. Sale Now everyone must' remember: at both the
held all after-
Visits Unit HereThe house was limits, and Is ,called 'the north that each employer In Bradford joints Instead of the t
s. noon and from 5:30 until 10:30 an said.A one At the ,
Informal tea dance was held. station. Each has a 100,000galIon name for the store has not County has hIs hands full to keep eye.

USO Club, operated by the The members of the Woman'. covered reinforced concrete yet been decided upon, and the his place open and thus serve the the stalk spread and

YMCA In Starke was honored on Service Organization sent in reservoir the north station beinga owners are going to give their public and to put this additional perfect stalks of cane ,

Thursday by a brief visit fromJ. homemade cookies and sandwiches concrete block house 20 X 30 customers the opportunity of work on his shoulders knowinghe on.

C. Greiner, assistant executiveof and punch and coffee were feet the south station being 18 naming It. One name may be Is too unselfish to refuse, is Mr. Batten said ,

the Army-Navy Dept. of the also served. X 30 feet. The,well at the north submitted with every $3: purchase doing him a grave injustice. first cane he ever

International YMCA and Oscar station la 330 feet deep and 10 at Saturday' opening and the "If you don't know how to fill than one stalk. Ha

Brock. Assistant Regional Supervisor Music for the dance was furn- Inches in d/ametsrtwlth: a c.pacI I person who submits the winning out these various forms", one a new variety which

ished by a dance orchestra from ity of 450 gallons' per minute. name will receive (S in merchandise such burdened citizen suggests, grown In Florida
the the 75th A. G. F. band Girls
lEETLVTiS i 104.1 Mr. Grelner ha visited USO The north pump station Is arranged ,, Mr., Sale said., "It Is not too late to start learn- years, and that this
clubs in every state In the Union.He from the G.S.O served as danc- : for automatic operation, ing now. Do your share I Help flU crop of It. He got
and members of the
ing Olson
Brock met at partners out the war yourself Instead from ''TItus
and Mr. were and 1* controlled from the south Western Union papers
W.S.O. served hostesses Girls 1 I
Camp BlandIng by Julius Thorn station,. and In the event that the of calling on your 'already Mr. Olson called !It
tad USE Christmas Seals living( in Starke Lawtey. RaIford, No. 2". I,
director of the Starke USO Club Heights. Lake Butler south station, cannot supply the Changes Managers over-worked neIghbor Many
i i corner of Temple and Washing Keystone demand, the north- station auto- who have had six or eight gradesin '
commenting on the drive High Springs Palatka and Cres- E. J. Whitehead, who has been i
ton. They then toured the camp matically starts operation. The elementary school and have Condon's Grill
|week Mrs. Glen Duke are represented on
county cent City now manager for the Western Union business
and received a cordial welcome south station has a well 610 feet been working In the
explained that 05 cents G.S.O membership list Re- To Be
the here since early January has been
Ih from Brigadier-General Kunzlgand deep and 10 inches in diameter world for years, get somebody
dollar remains to carry cently a group from Hampton was transferred to Panama City and for
officials. else to fill out their papers
other camp with a capacity of 1,200 gallons
Condan's Grill has
rculosls work in the state, added. expects to leave Starke around
when he has time
them. Nobody,
After visiting Blanding the per minute. It pumps the water
only five to adjoining apace on ,
cents goes Dec. 1. M. C. Ware arrived here little
to helping out a ;
Starke where either Into the new reservoir or objects
al Headquarters to be used party returned to last week from Tallahassee and (that formerly
Falls Down
dlcal dinner was served In the USO County directly into the elevated tank. but he feels like he. should have i Postal Telegraph
research. took
over managerial duties Mon
e amount sent to State Club. In aditlon to the USO staff, On Bond Quota The water works includes a consideration by people who out Brown building on

liters Is H. V. Knight and Joe E. Wilson chlorInator and Calgon feeders day.Mr. could fill their own papers and will remodel and
figured on a per .
and Mrs. Ware have
October taken. If they only, would.
a> bases" Mrs. Duke stated. of the Committee of Manage- Bradford County's War for treatment of water and a cafe George Jot:. ,
a room with Mrs. Ava Moist
f t year the Christmas Seal ment and Mrs. Jeanette KIncaId bond quota fell $2.738 short Ona master meter for recording the on.We.t said Tuesday.For ,
Madison Street. Deadline Near
I In Bradford County totalled I of the Woman's Service Organi- quota of $39,000 Issue value amount of water pumped per day.A However some time

P. an average of three cents zation Joined the group for din- $36,262 was sold. The Starke complete laboratory equipment house they have from purchased Vincent and an Frank FHA On Tax Discounts been cr wded for .

every person In the county. ner. An interesting discussion of Postofflce reported $18.300; Law- for water testing 'tznay' be found Ferrara further out West storage place'and

T even percent was sent to the USO was carried on aroundthe tey Postofflce $4.050; Hampton at the south station. ,, on "Only a few days remain to room for their guests
Madison to Intotb.ir
I awe Greiner congratulated $243.25. The Florida Bank at and expect move those who want to take advantageof
Organization and out table. Mr. The old water works la still>In don took a 2 -
P fa amount, five percent was Starke on the way it has Starke sold $13.031.252: the Flori- operation though small Inadequate new home in December. the 4 per cent discount on correspond with the

[to National. The remainder handled its problems incident to da Theater $487.50. and the Bradford and In need of repair City Taxes", City Clerk Carl present quarters. I

p for educational institute the establishment of Blending and County Telegraph J1SO. The The well driven in 19O3 has a .W. J. Ward Dies Johns stated Saturday. November ,, the smaller. space i

I II the one held at the Unify was pleased with the report of November quota I, also $39OOO. capacity of 250 gallon per Walter Jackson 30 Is the last day for such dis month, while that on j

of Florida in October of the splendid cooperation which minute; and the elevated tank Ward 25, count. ThOlle'who pay daring already occupied Is $ ,. I

|Mr.war the USO unit has received here. I New Pharmacist with a capacity of 45,000 gallons, "woods-rider" for I* O. Powell December will receive a S per cent I

has made tuberculosis After dinner Mr. Greiner and was erected the same year. in the turpentine business, died discount; those who pay in Janu- Negro Woman- \
club In of Sunday morning at 8 o'clock aftera 2 cent and February 1
visit formerly
rates Increase sharply In a Mr., Brock left to a H. H. Morrison, The total capacity of the pres- ary per
*r Ga.. Is the new brief Illness. He was born In cent. After that there will bea
of Vernon
Mount per .
place and It Is 1m- Leesburg. ent water works Is 1.9OO gallons: Sarah Stanton
Clay and
t that this druggist at the Canova Pharmacy.He water' County was a memberof lull for a brief period; and I
should not hap- per minute. The average painfully and
In of Atlanta the Oak Grove Baptist Church. then If there still delinquents,
the are
Florida" Mrs. Duke *..112.ork At The Library"SO IS a graduate pumped per day In 1940 was Monday afternoon, I
(Ga.) College of Pharmacy and He is survived by his wife a penalty will be added Mr. Johns
strain stress worry. about 83.000 gallons as comparedwith outside the Union
fl'y John for time at Mrs. Polly Elizabeth Ward three said. I
ell and crowding are all LITTLE TIME" was employed some the present average of ; I She was taken to a

n..responsible for those In- Marquand Is the author' longest the J. J. Williams Drug Store 315,000 gallons per day Mr. Johns daughters Leila Ward and Leona who put IS stitches I
novel. but came to Ward Inverness and Mrs. I
his finest In A CorrectionAn
and perhaps .saId.Rulldlnl1'. side. The name of .
chairman Massachusetts Starke from Panama City. Bertie Mae Chambers, of Ralferd;
urges those who The scenes are from sailant was not learned.On I
received seal through: the to California. It Is brilliant Another new employe at Ca Permit one brother Calvin Ward. of error In the article last

to lend< In their remittances satire sparkling humor, with nova's is Mrs. R. D. Reynolds of i Btarke; and two sisters Mrs. Ella ,week concerning the propo.edCity report was i
ptiy behind them wife of Pvt. Rey- Outhrle, of Green Cove Springs, ordinance prohibiting the aa argument over
aa possible, erlouanesa Albany Oa.. .
Anyone deep City Clerk Carl Jonas recently was that he paid abe
bas and Mrs.\ Ha Carter. of Palatka.
not American of Blandlng. who sale of beer during certain hours
received seals and both. It depicts the nolds from Camp Issued the following building' per4mIte I, once and he was I
sales" to contribute to this booms and depressions, of gaieties began work there last week. asa ; Funeral services were conductedat might have proved confusing to cut him again so h

pant work do''so between World sale lsdy.Three 2 o'clock Tuesday afternoon at some readers. At one point the "
may by and glooms Instead. But the true
To A.TPaul.. Nov. 1. $200 for
'r the chairman. two. the China Grove Baptist cemetery article stated that the sale 'of
War one. and to be that she started
building a block house In Reno the Rev. J. E. Cloer, pastorof beer would be prohibited from I
ALLY". by To Air CorpsArch automobile with Sand
THE FORGOTTEN (block 27 of the Livingston. an
ding Leased the China Grove church officiating 11 P. M. to 6 A.M. Monday
Pierre Van Paasen. Is an excit- Truby Co aubdlY1 oD)/ 20 X 20 he ran her .
Jr., and James assisted by Rev. I* A. through Friday. In another placeIt
If dale and Informative book replete feet to be used as a store room. and cut her.Council .
has leased his Call ing concealed Fatray Jr., left Tuesday morningfor Donnelly. retired Baptist minister. was stated that the sale of
building.' the former iota with hitherto fuUyj This book Camp Blandlng. their order To James B. Rosier Nov. 11. Pallbearers were: Sheriff A. O. beer would be prohibited from

Of the Military inn-to Joe facts and Incident all peoples, directing them to report to Miami :5150 for building to be erected on Andreu. A. J. Thomas Wm. 12 o'cl ck midnight Saturday un- To .

! Of Terre Haute, Ind., the should be read by creed. for Nov. 30. Fred flaxen Jr., the W. A. Basaent lot on Lafayette Powell.F S. E. Sparks Hogan til 6 A. M., Sunday, when It The next regular

aly rental being $140. he regardless of race or questlons. left Tuesday also, his order sending St. near residence of S. E. Smith and P. 8. Denmark. Inter should have stated Monday. No the City Council I

Wed esday. Mr Evans WU| It'&1UIwerl many perplexing him direct to :Miami. All Sparks the same to be constructed ment was In Oak Grove Baptist beer will be sold on Sunday, from Monday night. Dec. 6,

ball"a "new type three young men are in the Army approximately 200 feet back Cemetery. De Witt C. Jones was midnight Saturday to 8 A. M. rueaday. Dee, 7. City I
moor books will be foundat street. lu. of John. ; [
Saturday Other new from the charge arrangements Monday. > announced this
Air Corp i ia
'deg .
to )..fr. Sale., the Public LlbrarYera ..

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thinking of buying a coon anll i daughter and mother, Mrs. Jones, follow suit. brother-In-law and sister Mr. and t week Visiting Mr
THE BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH possum dog. However, the lit. i recently. Mrs. J. B. McDonald was visiting Mrs. Ike Quansley, Saturday Thomas, end 1Ir.
Mrs. J. L.
tie woman's treed two possums Mra. E. S. Ta'iest and children, her daughter, night. We are Sorry
In her hen house) and I and Irvlq"1' In Harrell, Jr In Jacksonville Mon Mrs. Charlie 1 11
E..tabUllhed 1811 lately ( Lynn were visiting MrD. A. O. Andreu and Mrs Mr. and Mra. Lem Brown were ItdInn 1
don't see any use In me feeding Starke Tuesday; dents. They &Ii
Monk Dinkins of Starke were at .Johnstown Thursday of last Monday, mOVed 10 lIa
MSMBSRFIARIAAPRESSASSOCiAIioN a coon dog that I'd have to go Ma'u.! Little Hall and Mrs. W.
with while, 8.8 It visiting friend here Friday. _._
at night -
along ---- -- -
; -
In Starke
D. Garrett were visiting visiting -- ---- -- --- -
III, I can lay In bed till I hear Mrs. Johnnie Redgrave was
last week.
NAnaw.EDrrQRIAL.ASSOCAT l' Ol\e day
the little woman yell out that relatives In Jacksonville last FUNERAL DIRECTOR
Mr. and Mr. Charlie. GUJard
Why week-end. l\1y Many Years Experience Makes
she's treed another possum. It Possible for
and were'visiting their
Eo L. lUII.lhewli ____________ Editor and owner I'm 80 well satisfied with her family : ,Jackie HObbs, daughter of Mr. EFFICIENT PROMPT and COURT.Ot'S: Mete!
daughter, Mrs ""OhDS, In Starke
had the SERct
now that I wouldn't trade her and Mrll James Hobbs, MODERATE PRICES _
In the : recently. misfortune to fracture her pelvis
off for the beat coon dog
tun.'iCIUI"TION RATE Pvt and Mrs. R. C. Dampier St. Lukes DeWITT C. JONES
and was taken to
country. and son, Billie\ of Starke,. Starke, Florida
M I'Nrly, 1\11.15\ : Sht Months, $1.00 hound ,- pent Hospital In Jacksonville Monday
t 1 admit that a good Sunday with Mrs. Dampier' visiting .
Reddish was
might catch a few more coons parents, Mr and Mrll. J.J. Zeigler Miss Myrtle
Published. Weekly on Fridays auld Entered" as Second Class Matter than the wife does, but I've never friends In Jackaonvllle last

at the Pint Office at Starkf', Florida.Looking. yet heard of any kind of coon weekend.Mr. .
dog that knew just how to cook GRAHAM and Mrs. Vr R. Reddlah FOR SAFETY, COMFORT AND ECON051Y
Mr Eva Strickland I RID
By II dinner of Mr. and
possum like the little woman can I were guests .
Backwards and Forwards Vallie claims that coon meat Sgt. John 'I. Willis left Tues- Mrs. J. O. Godwin. at the State FLORIDA MOTOR LINE BUSSES

One morning' in November, 1918, at eleven o'clock, three III much better than possum meat day for Fort Myers, after spendIng Farm Sunday.

French soldiers lost their lives in battle on the Meuse. and Invited me over 'to dinner two weeks with relatives and Sgt. Lloyd Wilkinson, who has FOR COURTEOUS CORRECT INFORi HTIO.
one day to prove It I backed friends. spent 18 months in North Africa PLEASE PHONE 147
Within one minute the bugles sounded, "cease firing down, however, when I heard Mr. and Mrs. Perry Newsome, I Is on a 15.day furlough with his

Former President Hoover and Lord Halifax, the British that his neighbor' lost her pet of Starke, villlted Mr and Mrs. H.I parents, Mr. and Mra., E. L. Wilkinson -

Ambassador, have expressed their belief that the Germans poodle the morning after he L. Starling recently of Lawtey.SAMPSON. UNION BUS STATION
claims to have caught his last Mr, and Mr. J. P. Roberts and a
will be beaten soon. Lord Halifax has more friends LACY
Of course, 1 might have CONWAY Agent
coon. son. of Brooker, spent Sunday CITY ,
admirers ill Washington than any other man in the British missed a good dinner, because It with Mr. and,Mrs. C B. Roberta. By Louise Vame Temple Aye

government He, expressed the opinion that "anything' might really have been coon Mrs. Roy Bowman and lion and Starke, Flo '

that has about reached meat that Vollle was going to Mr. Drew Walker, and lion, of Mrs.., Myra Goodge, Dock Warren -
may happen implying Germany give me. But seeing that he and Maclenny, ,were visiting her and Mr and Mrll. Curtis
the'end of its rope.' America may soon be looking back- I both belong to the same Llar'a Sunday afternoon.Mre. Varnes were In Gainesville on

ward on this terrible war, and looking forward for the Club, I couldn't run the risk of Maggie Strickland, of business one day last week; SEA FOODS CHICKEN DINN

right answers about rebuilding and reestablishing our him telling all 'our friends that Starke, visited her son and Mrs. Myra DyaJ and Mrs. Lua STEAKS -. CHOPS
he'd fooled me' up to eat dog daughter-in-law, Mk'. and Mrs. E. May Smith and children of
bruised country meat-even if It waan't! Strlckand, Sunday afternoon.Mr. Starke were visiting relatives here DELICIOUS IRISH STEW

Some day "it will all be over" and the boys and young and Mrs. J. C. Watkins and last FrIday. '

men who left us such a short time ago will 'return home. BROOKER'By children, of ,Ocala, spent Sun- Mrll. Louise Varnes and little .' TEMPTING TASTY SANDWICHES
Minnie Lou lIazen day with his Mra. A.Varnee. Frances, and Mr. and
stand mother. daughter, ICIOUS HOME MADE
When they march past the President's reviewing Mrs. Boug Wynn spent the week- DEL PIES

the' cheering crowds will welcome mature men--'mojJt: 'ofwhop1 Mr. and Mra. Tom Markey and Ernest Davis, F-2-c, returned end In Starke with Mrs. Wynn's v" V" .
Mrs. Horace Martin: were 'in
have been hardened by the war. business Saturday to Solomans, Md", after spending parents, Mr. and Mra. A. L. ,A & A LUNCHEONETTE
Tampa on ,
two weeks with his Mr.
First they should receive "first aid" from their Govern- Mra. Eugene Long, .Jr., ,of parents, Goodge.
and Mrs. Jeff, Davia. Miss Frances Varnes, daughter
ment because it has been promised to them for a period Starke was a week-end guest .of Pvt. Lynwood, Neald, of Camp of Mr. and Mr8. Curtis Varnes, 2J.Hour Service

long enough in which to "get back on their own feet" and relatives Mt'. and here.Mrs. Jack Simmons Stewart, Ga.. spent the week- and Ralph Goode, son of Mr. 'I In Park Theatre' .Bldg. Starke, Flor
end here with relatives and and Mrs. A. L. Goodge celebrated
shoulder personal and family responsibilities. and small lion, of Mounty Oak friends. their birthdays together with a I

Just as this Country has improved the plans, technique visited relatives last week. dinner given for them Sunday'

and efficiency or war production so are we likely to con- Mrs. Tom Markey, Mrs. J. K. LAWTEY at the home of Mr, and Mrs.
Donglas, Ma and Mrs. Eddie Prompt Service Careful
old DrivStarke
fly Coleman ..PhilhipaTO Goodge. Ralph was 15 years
tinue along those lines, profiting from our past experiences. Lewis, Mrs Iva Mae Lewis and I and Frances was three.
The line along the whole Home Front must be held, and children were In Starke last week AID TAXPAYERS Dock Warren and Curtis Varnea'

industrial leaders Mrs. Fred Perkins and son, A deputy Collector of Internal and Mrs. L B.
the battle of the peace must be won. Our I accompanied Mr. Taxi Servi
Everett, spent several days In Revenue will ''be at the Lawtey
of Boomtown to Brunswick -
expect to be able to furnish employment to more men and Tal1ahlUlBee vllllting reatlves. I post office on Nov. 29 between Harper, Ga to visit Mrll. Harper'

women than they employed before the war, because there Pvt. J. R. Mott, of Tallahassee, the hours of,8:30: A. M, to 1 P.

will be so much to be done. Is home on a' ten-day furlough.Mrs. M. for the purpose of assisting Phone 150
Be Quick To TreatBronchitis
Beulah Harrell returned income tax payers In the prepara-
There is to believe that industrial
every reason our home Tuesday after 'aeveraJ tion of Form 1046A, an estimated
system will be restored on its old basis, and that the weeks stay In St. Petersburg. Mrs. return of Income for 1943. Farmers Day Ni

American method will return, since it has succeeded in Cecil Moore also returned after must file original Form 1040
a two-week'a visit there. not later than Dec. 13. other
producing new inventions and ever-increasing production.It Miss? Betty Palmer, of Gainesville taxpayers may. file amended Form Chronic bronchitis may develop It

is no exaggeration to say that American science, in- was a week-end guest of 104OA, not later than Dec. 15. your cough Is not,cheat treated cold and,or acute you cannot bronchitis -

vention, chemistry, as well as experienced, able manage- Mrs. Horace Martin., afford totakeachancewithanymedJ-
Mrs. Ralph McNeil and daughter NEW ARRIVAL cine less potent than OreomuIalon DRY CLEANING & TAILORING
ment, made it possible to speed up war production, and Linda, Miss Evelyn Crews, Prof. and Mrs. Lester M. Spon- which goes right to the seat of the

that our machinery and implements of war are major of Jacksonville\ and Mrs. Joe holts announce the birth of a laden trouble phlegm to help loosen and aid and expel nature germ to I Quick Service High Quality Work

factors with which the armies, navies and air forces of Burden, ot LaCrosse, vlllited their lion, Wayne Dwight, In the Glen- soothe and heal raw,tender Inflamed I
father, Wallie Crews, last week. dale HospitaL at Palatka on bronchial mucous membranes. I
the Allies are driving back our enemies so fast that the Mr. and Mrs. James Cason and Nov. 16. CreomuJslon blends beechwood '

bugle may Bound, before long-"cease firing." children, Jackie, ,Jimmie and Betty Mra. A, G. McKinney and time creosote tested llpeclal medicines proceBS for with cough&other I NEW METHOD CLEANERS

Sue Mra. L O. Hazen and daughter, Charlotte, of Montgomery It contains no narcotlca.
daughter, Minnie Lou, Mrs. Mann Ala. are visiting Mrs.. Mc- No matter how many medicines l\lr. 'and>l\Irs. E.'0; Edwards,Proprietors
New League of Nations Hazen, Mrll. Winfred Hazen, Mr8.V. Klnney'a parents, Mr and Mr8. you have tried, ten your drugglllt to '
seU'you a bottle of CreomuJslon with PHONE 135 TEMPLE AYE.STARKE .
All this discussion about the formation of a "socip.ty H. B. Arwood. -
V. Hazen and daughter, Mar- the understanding you must like the
a of nations" to preserve the peace followS the formula by cia Kay, were In Gainesville last Miss Adel Dinkins, who Is at- way It quickly seep cough, permitting FLORIDA
tending school In Jacksonville, rest and or you are to
which the League of Nations was organized. A prominent weak Sgt. Bob Long returned to Ft. spent the week-end here with her have.your money back:. (Adv.)

educator once said: "There Is only one thing wrong with Benning, Ga., Wednesday after parents.

.the League. It has never been tried". The League did spending a I5-day furlough with Mrs. A. H. Harley, Mrs. Mae
B. Wells and Mr. O. J. Phillips ]-
not have warlike nations to behave. his parents.Dr. .
to force
any way
O. B. Hazen, of West Palm were shopping In Jacksonville ( America ? ? 1
It proved an excellent arena for discussion, but the trouble Beach, was a week-end guest of Friday. tc be are ,, tl.

was that the United States and other Nations were certain his mother Mrs. Agnes Sapp of Lake But- /sn'tltgrear

that "nothing will happen." Sgt and Mr8. Smith, of Starke, ler spent Friday visiting' relatives
were Sunday guests of Mrs. here.
The new organization will likely start out with a new Smith' parents Mr, and Mr. Capt. and Mrs. B. C. (Bill) -

name, but it will be more than an international debating 0, W.. Rlme8. Sgt and Mra. Wainwright of Ft. Bragg, N. C., I, 2rL
Smith have just returned from are visiting his parents Mr. and ,
society. It will have teeth-that will bite It will be in
Mr8. T. L. -
where they vlllited re-
Maryland /
the position to call on the armed forces of the most latives.Mr. Alice Jones ot Theressa ( L i

powerful nations In the world to prevent and stop total and Mh'1I. B. F,' Hazen and spent the w k-end here with # i 'I I) '

wars. It should be a success! Mrr and Mr8. R, Eo Hazen were Mrs. 0., J.,, PhUlIps.oMr. ( r e
I In Jacksonville on business trues- ., anI;! M; John B. Dye of
\ Ft. Lauderdale Were visiting relatives -

t It's a Date-December 10 day.Mr.. and Mra. Thigpen and here Monday. '

f t It you were operating a railroad, an express company ir daughter, Merle, of East Pal atka, Mrs.. Ruth >>arthlow'of'Middleburg .
was vilting relatives here
week-end of Mra.
or the post office, you would be looking ahead with appre- were Fred Hazen and guests family. over, the week-end. _

,: hension: .to the flood of Christmas packages which will be Mrs. Nancy Padgett, of Gaines' Miss Debbie Phillips of MaxvU1e .

F seeking transportation ',shortly. You would know that villa, I. vllllting her daughter, was visiting relatives here

one human failing is to leave Christmas shopping and Mrll., James Cason. Sunday. j
Mr and Mrll. Harrell Sapp, of Seaman 2-c Louie Lee Wain-
h Christmas shipping ,until the last minute. Jacksonville and Plummer Moore, wright, stationed at the Jacksonville -

:Make "December, 10" a deadline for shipping Christmas of Gainesville, were visiting Mrs. Naval Air Station, was vis-
Iting his parents Mr. and Mr.
: packages to delivered in the United States, says L. O. Nora Mr, Sapp and Mrs.last week.Rural Dukes, of T. L Wainwright, MondaYr '" ,

;, Head, President 'ot the Railway Express Agency Millions Dukes Station, visited Earle Green Mr. and Mtll. W. R. Fund of

y of special holiday address labels carrying the words, "Do and family Sunday Jacksonville were recent guests
at the home Of Mr; and Mrs. L
Elder Bert Rawla of High
not open until Christmas," will be available to the public H. HIU. is the one Amtr-
Springs, visited O. W. Hazen Be Thankful 1 You Live Thanksgiving
i, without charge at all Railway Express offices Sunday.Mr. A large party of Bradford III lean holiday that .ymbolits more

t.' Packing, wrapping and addressing should be done' more and Mrs. Roy Fisher, of Boosters attended the football AmWC1n

+ carefully than everl before to withstand the stress of Worthington E. Hazen and Springs family, visited Monday R. at game Jasper betwe last"F'lday.BHS and Jasper I In The Land of f The. Free!, spirit than any o f other enterprise the true, courage,

# record-breaking shipments, and 'delivery problems. Let's night.. Mrs. V R. Reddlah Mra. Alice tolerance, sympathy and fierce

all help! Mr8. J. p. Roberts, and small shopping Jones and In Mr Jacksonville. 0, So Phl11lp.Tuesday.were insistence that the rights of man shall be respCCtcd"o .
Perman, In Gainesville
lion last ,week Friends of H. B. Arwood will ,,,, As you observe this Thanksgiving, be doublyII" -

be pleased to' know that ht I. : :. thankful that you live in the United States and that
U.N'C LEJOE9S recovering nicely at his home lift
after a serious operation In St.Vincent's : you : your children enjoy the privileges
By Miss IdP llaacaa Hospital In Jackllonvllle. liberty and pursuit of happiness to a degree not

Mr. and Mrs. Wm. V. Grier o"\ known in any othernation.MIMS. .-
and Billie of The work baa got ao hard and t r a
and sons, Marvin And may we suggest that as you gather.your ,
the hours so"early at Camp
r J-A- Jacksonville, were visiting Mr. .
family, and friends around thIS
; Grier' aunt, .Mlse 'Ida Hagan, Blanding that John Wyrick has you
Sunday.Mr. resigned his pension out there ThanksgiVing, you include JAX the Beer of

;' By J. L. DARRELL and Mrs. Darholt of Hampton and expects to find another job 1p I8fl Friendship, to provide a friendly. mellow note
with Jess work attached to it. It AX
,' spent Sunday with Mr. and f of holiday
he Is successful several more of Ask sortieI
,: Our Liar' Club had Ita regular anything but coal oil since the Mrll. Deck and the Thomas Qu fr ,
our ambitious, citizens likely
ri meeting the other day to shape meat point system was born. family. (till /
Earl Geiger, Seaman I.e, Is to .f
ft. up our annual plane for Thanksgiving Vol1le comes back by 'aaylnl'that l.0 thoentnenau etSc
Day. Our noble p'resl- spending a few days with his weobuy
George wore knee pants until GEl'THE .
mother turlough.
> dent, George Roberts, reported
'i. that Armistice Day wall fittingly l World ,War 1 was over, then A. L Sullivan of Miami I. ;f SPEEDY SURE 'tt toe a totttiet hottaf.e't

dal.:.) observed by firing a salvo of 28I" I had to skip quite a few birthday spending a few days with Mr 4r' asps t s beet ens a...
dinners to retch up with and Mrs C. Sullivan. RE1FffORACDNDCESTON 'V
I I. guns In honor of Carl Wooten tie t'n eeeaP i
for winning the battle of Gatnesvilla his age. Oh well, he dJdn't have Mrs. W. M. Hall was visiting JJ our i h
alngltl-handed, during World anything on me. except I had to friend In Waldo Saturday. / } dutly teQ ctttay ts1 { a

War I, and 13 In honor of VollleReddish. back up eight or ten years to Mr& H. D. May wss visiting 0 t v
: \ keep from drawing an old age In Starke Saturday. ti>tt'tt er+ (oi. yp i'.q
penilloni Mr and Mrll. A. H. Kesay e to
'; President George claims that I teou to ot Q
I And speaking of this meat point were visiting In Starke Tuesday 1t tCarpenter's
Vollle is the most patriotic citl- I business. you know. I'm better Rev, Hogarth filled hili reN1ar -

zen In Lawtey, all he hasn't spent 'lIatlllfled with my wife now than appointment at the Baptist

a plugged nlckle since Prealdent ever was before. On account Church Sunday and Sunday night

Roosevelt asked everyone to tI our meat points giving out Herbert Coversettle, Seam nl.c Drug Store

,I(, save, 'and that he hasn't bought I too often and too earl I wu was visiting his wife' and BUY WAR BOND'S

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8AI\UFOIIII named Court and cause, wherein ',
with Doug Maybe the rumor) IN CUI'N'rv rmrt'iT, KLoiiiiiti cot'NT. IM. iii n. .' plaintiff Meek divorce. Evadtes.lCounty

were wrong- CKIIV.KalH .. I Order Telegraph In next four hall weekly publishthis Issues. -
Plaintiff v
SCHOOL do like the yellow 'mums !' I. Mae Alford .
IRADFORD JOURNAL Surely Cnadl Alford. Defendant. Ca.. '
Betty Turner has been wearing No'j Witness. my hand and officialeal
3265.UHhyTl r)F PUBLIfATIOV / at Stark Florida, list November
Mind if I swipe one? and speak;: ANtI NOTH'K Tti Al'l'KAlt 4, 1043
of things have to Curdle A. J. THOMAS
Ing wearing you STATIC' t)5' FtxmiDA : '
Ai Clerk of nald Couit.
noticed that beautiful grey suit A If ore!, whoiie rrsldenc. In Imyton, (OFFICIAL HEAL) !

STAFFEdttorInChief 1 Dorothy Mott was wearing a few Ohio You, Oenoml ers rniulrvd Delivery.to appear| nnDovvmbrr Knight A Knight, Stark, Florida. .'
Bulldogs Bite B. H. S. .
I Hunk Out Of days ago? I could stand to ( Court mud 8, 1943.cnu..In.. the wherein above plaintiff n mMt Atlye. for Plf.- ll6t 12-2 1("'

Freddie Wimberly have one of those myself. seeks dl'or"'and no other relief IN "'IHTI'r ,'Ot'II'r. 1111"1"011" i
j( CLICKING JASPER y Telewruphhull t'Oli'NT*. ri.OMIUAl IN 1MA- !h
Scoopel'-Dooper--Bunny Thorn hJco'; ll I ICarmine
In nextfour 1 Kll\ .,
Urtler '
Sewell Meet The Faculty Senior I ELEVEN: DOWNS' putillnh I .
Virginia Biographies ton is sporting two new pieces of weekly IMHIIWV. Bura-ln Non Compos Men- ;'
Biographies TORNADOES S4 TO 1Jasper's -& WltiK-K. my hand and officialseal tie by Jennie, Ellis Whaley. her ,
Senior jewelry watch from Sailor E. .. thin 1m, ..Petitioner VB. John P. '
WbltfleldeWS Mm. Ruby Mae l' rkln... Howard I at HI.rl. Florida, Kuardlan
Oaten Roberta Manning eleven defeated W. and a ring from Marine R. .1. of November 1943. Uurirln Defendant. Cane No. S7&8.OKDKH .
,.. .. Marjorie Davis Mrs. Perkins was born In New Howard Manning was born on Improved She's scared to Or"ririAI SKA I.) A. J. Thomas, ; OF PUBLICATION
I both in Hawaii!
the BUS Tornadoes by I AND NtlTICE: TO APPEAR. '
Peek River. Florida. She moved to A. Cleric of said. Court
____ Darby March 22, 1926. Only one month
of 34 to 14 last Fl'ltJayni&ht death they'll meet. Tw .tlmlng .Inhn' J. tlemleiHoit.. Atty. for Pit HTATlfl OF FLOTilDA: John P.
;; Wilkinson Starke when she was twelve years later his family moved to the score 6t 111IN Hura'ln whose residence I.I Un- .
? Wi h they'd ration men ilea
I In Starke'a first out-ot Bunny known. 1
old. She attended ,
features Blecha school in
Lola State Farm where he lived for
town of tbe current sea. -taliVt fair for one gal to have -.S You are required ,to appear oil
Caldwell, Jimmy Davis Starke and graduated in 1921 11 years moving back to Starke game two when two gals like me go December 6th? 1943 In the above
Jo Phyllis Martin.lelvel'na from BHS. Mrs. Perkins wentto six years sun. <'IIM-I IT ('ork?, mi. \nronii. nameoj Court and cause, wherein
Faxon ago. unescorted! >> IN ( HN-
('OtrY, ri.oHii seek .
y kicked who plaintiff Order t o VacateFinal -
Thornton college in Gainesville. Although When he was six years old BHS off to Jasper, <'KltV.RUiI Decree.. Hradford County J ,ITelearaph
) Martha Lee Martin. she has taught In schoolsall he started school at Bradford marched down over the Tornado Say now I know why Bobby Scott Plaintiff, vii, TUrvet*, shall publish this O'd.r. ] \
bly end Turner likes Ice cream sp well. :; Defemlunt. fun* No 174 In next four weekly leauee.WltneHK .
virtue of dazzling
argaret Stringfellow'Editorial over Florida she has also High. Now 12 years later he goal by Scull .: OP Pt'MI.tCATlOX my hand and official' '
taught for nine years in BHS. plans to terminate his school days runs and plunges over the center Tother day he dropped a pictureout A.>oII' XOTM'H: TO APPEAR seal. at Mlarko. Floilda. this November -
of the line was able to of his wallet and said, "Now STATIC' OK KIOR11 toi: 1larve3Scott 3rd. 1H43.
Mrs. Perkins' main here next jauper renldenve. Is Itocln-Mrr
likes are May. whnne. OFFICIAL SEAL: ) A..7. Thomas.
this? But later
did I
nature and students keep the Tornadoes from getting how get New York. An Clerk of Raid. Court
pets Inter. ,
Howard refuses to commit him- wltnln scoring distance, and the I found him In the drug store and You are required tr m>|>"ni Joe Hill WIlllamH., Lake Hutler.
DITORULwe ested in mathematics.Her self about his likes and dislikes the whose picture I saw was December alb? l 1'41. In the ab"enamed ) Fist Atty for Plf. ll-S 5t n.:)
}: Hamilton County lads went over girl Court and reuse, t\ lieretiiplalntlfr
to celebrate our chief dislikes are silly peo- other than than he enjoys swimming for two touchdowns in the firsthalf. behind the counter and Bobby was seeks divorce I Tlrmlfiird' TO WHOM IT MtY l'UYl'PI4YtTAKbI : .
prepare since the ple and rainy days. and football. The whistle blew with eating'Ice cram. Gee ain't love ('nunty'r.l. In next"grnpb four shall weekly publish iNmien.WltnenH .. NOTICE THAT A luaj ,,'.8
Thanksgiving During the summer How Tudor Ford Engine:. No. t8-U8i45. ,
Mrs. Perkins has child past ? hand and official'
one -a of the ball grand my
btaike: In possession with an appraised value of lean i '
States entered the war, boy In the fourth ard was employed at Camp Bland- Kent at Stark; Florida, thin Octubrr39th. I than 9IOOO. was ....180'In T"radfurdCounty "
grade. on Jasper's 20 yard,line and the I sho' was glad to see Lois t'43. 'I'
In He Florida. October 31. 184J: '
more completely per- ing a pool exchange. plans SEA1.1 A. J. Thomn' *
lee This year Mrs. Perkins teaches score at 21 to O.' Newsome back. She's one personI OFKICIAk for being I used 'In violation of Hoc-
'bun ever before the abun- general math and algebra 1. to enter the Merchant Marineafter Starke received 'the ball at the really mlsif. She's working out An. H.Clerk Hurl-Icon.<>f. said Jacknonvlllo Court.J. Fin lion. II, Chapter 19301, L ,w> of Florid '
graduation. Good luck! *, Acta of 1D3B and that It I. the
fit 12.3IrrI'ef
blesslngs which, are pur*. We are very glad to have Mrs. beginning of the third quartet at Camp now. Also saw Betty Alt)'. fur Plf. 11-6 Intention of 13. W. Scarborough

ply we all are thankful that'Perkins with us as she Is a very Mary Orlakrll and through line plunges and Palmer visiting out at Brooker., r- m.J'tto Dlrytor. .State.. I1ev property.raKe Depart-atiovndeMcrlbed
competent teacher. Since she is went over for the first Betty looked grand, as ever. OK IVI'MNTION TO \ In.lIrrth. of the County
have passes
countryside Next list one of "
and on our comes VA'1FlNotie. :
iy a very thorough teacher, students 'icioado score of the game, Dear me, I've got a dead-line 1..11.:11. KlfTITIOI that Ihrundernlaned Jail at Htarkv, Florida' on .Decemsber '.
bombs grlven
em devastated by our rambling Seniors- Mary : iH.herehy 7, IA43. at 10:00 A. M
feel that they have been greatlybenefitted Jasper went over for two more to meet! But I'll be seeing yapSUSIE under the provlnloniiof The State Beverage Department of
In which
in the condition Elizabeth Drlskell. An explanation '
of Florid
;t Chapter 20PI; jMvrm .
tot Florida reserves th
right to
finishing ro
upon one the
rable countries la other as to the I'ambllng-Mary touchdowns, one Ada. of r'1841, will recleter' with theCleflc tart any and all bids,
of the world find them- her courses. was born In Arcadia Florida on period and one' In the fourth SENIOR, CLASS NEWS for Hmdford the Circuit County Court Florida, In, and the All person clalmlna any right urInt"r..t
from 111 or to said property or
Altbough we are rationed I' November 9, 1926. Her stay there eUai-ke was able; by a pass Further plans for our Homecoming fictitious name o f Victory Inn anypart thereof are hereby required
fur f things most of us are FIRST GRADE was rather short as she movedto McRae to Colson to get downto dance and reception were ills- under which I urn nKKed. Call and doInr $l.-. 10 appear; and to make claim
| We are proud that our room the Bulldog's) 15 yard line, business at liftV. within thirty (1) day from the
forward to a Thanksgiv- Bowling Green two months cURsed at the class meeting last Btarke Fla
(<< data of the first publication of
donated $7 to the Red Cross Fund. owned
I I.
ner of traditional size. It later. Since then she has residedin where McRae took the ball ovet Tuesday. Two additional com That the said tmalneiiH Interested thle notice as provided for by "Mec-'
I following -
Betty Gradlck has entered our and operated by tins 13, Chapter 19301, Laws of
lor another
Icant that' Homecoming nine different towns and cities. score. mittees were appointed for the partlent William llunilolph, Florida. IS89. to the Htate "..v..r-
this for room. We are glad to have her. Tltusvllle. Mlcanopy, Starke's starting line-up was: and actingas Stnrke. Fla. ate Department of Florida. Talln
comes on holiday Namely of decorating '
i purpose .. of November
Dated thin 11th'I. ,. .
M. Middleton. Barkadala. name Florida, or all Much rights I
ilng is Just a way of ex- [ Wellborn Madison, Cherry Lake, L.E.-, campaign managers for our 1041 at IStark, Ilradfnrd Count, and Interest. In and to nald. property \
;thanks for our school andachere THIRD GRADE I Crystal River Bushnell Lake L.T.-Wcwleyv candidates in the "Mjsa Bradford" Florida' ll-S 4t ll-Jrt hall cease and terminate

{ who have helped us Mrs. Johnson's third grade has Butler and Starke. This has L.O._Holtzendorf. contest. .... Director State' E. W.Hevrraa-e SCAHROrtOndH.Department '

strive to become mre fit I I been very Interested In reading necessitated her attending nine C.- -Bigg.. We are very glad to have Dot IN riliriHTOI'UT' IIHADF01U of Florida, Tallahassee. Flor !
the duties which faceD different schools. R.G.-Manning. (niNTI FI.OHII/AI IN CHAMCKII. ', ida. 11-5 It 12-3
ume stories about the neatest countryIn Faxon back with us after being .
the completion of this Europe, the lovely country of After school hours, Mary hasa H.T. out because of illness for the NOTICW' OF APIM.ICATION
U.E., Uurne:>. Melees-ale VOn TAX DRKIIll
/lour education. Holland. position as .Secretary to the L..*. ,McKae, ..r.I last two weeka. l OltDBFt OF PUBLICATION ..u..* Hill No. 1NHJNOTICM :
to We wish to extend our invitation ANI> NOTICE TO APP15AII 114 HKHKBY< OIVEN.
They so interested Post
were the :
Night Foreman Y'D.Hail. I'
HTATI8 OF FLORIDA to; Melleii.Ml that J. H, Fields the holder of the
Thla .U a family war. Pat .' to all the alumni students following certlflrtttiH ha, filed laid.
know our flower bulbs whichwe Engineers Plumbing Section at U.H.- --Waclsvorth. Hall whose residence le Am-
,ourWarDondb ylnc through and friends to attend our Home- h..rahl..lV..t Virginia.' certificated for a tax deed to be
Ihe/ payroll savings plan on can't get now, giow there in Camp Blanding. Q.B. Colson.Susie. You are required. to appear on (iMued thereon The certificate t
coming game Wednesday night. : In the above numbers and year of issuance the t
November 23ril, 104.1.
family plan which means flrr abundance. did to attend Southern .. .. :
They some good Mary plans "MARGIE"TENTH named Court and <*aun/, wherein description I of the property, and the
I I' etr1 'inraclf. studies too. College at Lakeland within the plaintiff .seeks divorce. Bradford names In which It was aeeeaced. aro
map 'Seesit ahall publlnh I a* follow! ,
next year or two. Just keep up GRADE NEWS 'I nlbrdZ..li In" next four: weeklyiNttuea. Certificate No. 293. Tear of !.- I

the good work Mary and we're .. ,. .. The contest for "Misa Bradford" uance, August 4th 1943.Description .
+000,003t positive that you will succeed. Is on. The tenth grade candidates seal Witness at Htarke.my hand Florida and, thin official October Lot 8 of Mlock of It.Property J M. John W4. Snh-! of
Homecoming! And what a Wanda,Pearce. Come on, kids 20th., 1V43. Dlv. of N1S'4 of N10t4\ "Heo.' S3 Twp.
: t : '.' FRESHMAN FIGURES9G glorious affair with the sponsors -let's get in those votes. A. J. Thoma 6 S. HIT. 22 K, containing 1 Acre",
; An Clerk of said Court. more or
\: crltan P and all. Betty Gene Wade In blue Quite;; a few of the tenth grade Knight & Knight, RtarkH' Florida. Nam. In which assessed, Mr...

Y :$'::t;; t r We are very glad Indeed to I' wool with Freeman Register, and girls are In the Gleo Club this Attv.10-22 4t for lltlIN Plf OFFICIA HI<:A I.) Abhltt All of I*.said Hennelme. property. being 1 In the

;'' ':'''' ''
=iy-'lrs-( ;: f'' : i ing. Amid the pleadings of both George Flynn were the charming Ann Kimball Colletto Green Unless. such oertlflcate' or rertlflcatea >
decided to sponsors for Bradford HI. lo'ted- Lorene Moncrelf Beth ('IIUTI'" (OIHT. Illl iltKOIII redeemed. according
,. classes Mrs. Gans Merry shall be
1/ lll\-
.. IN
('Ol""Y, P1.OItiILI
fIEk' w."<\, .. '. : die Wimberly In red wool escort Knight. Wanda Pearce Ethel (''':IC Y. to law the property d..lhedIn i
:::: Rlioh 'certificate or certlfiest.swill
stay.Being anxious to contribute to ed by Bobby Turner, and Margie Mae Durling And Vasongal Patel. Dorothea Lynch Plaintiff vn. Knl. be .Hold to the highest bidderat
the Red Cross we have collected Davis. wearing beige wool with : Willa Jean Malone and Betty art Lynch, Defendant. Casa Nn. the courhnuii door on the firm

IUGUVT LOSE YOUR CASH IN THIS $".' 10 and one writing board. Henry Havens escorting were the I I Hayes will be two of the Pep 2780.OIlHKn! OF Pt'ULICATlON 1941 Monday, which In I la month the tth of day December of December ,
Elizabeth L. and Billy M. were j gracious sponsors for High quad Leaders at the Homecoming AND NOTICH< TO A\\>\>I'-\It 1943.
i STATE OF 'I.c'UDA' tot! Hubert Dated this Srd day of November I
selected from this class as members Springs. game. Heard Willa Jean 'Lynch' 82HtI l llamp'len. 1'lmio, llromNew 1941
SAFEST OF ALL FORMS' !: of the campaign committeefor Back of all the glamour and complaining about how sore she Yrm York ere: required. to nppuar on lark(OFFICIAL of Clreult'Court HHJAL) A.of J.;Aradfordr'nunty. Thornn

our nominee for the Bradford; beautiful decorations were hard was from practicing. December llth 1l 4t, In ,II.. e'-iove' Florida. It-II 4t 1I2HSay
I You don't IOM your money even if you lose your American ueen. work and amusing happenings. .
bprcsi Travelers Cheques. Here's why: I We were astonished to learn Went Into the library one day

t You sign each cheque when you buy them. You some of the pet likes of the where Mary Jo and Phil Hazen

countersign them when you spend them. I' following class members: were writing the Invitations. Jo ,1

2 If lost or stolen your money is refunded promptly. James A. likes lizards; Eater I cmarked," "Man do I have

3 Spendable like cash anywhere. E. likes turtles; Agnes Lewis writer's cramp!" ,

lined in denominations of (1O, <2O, $50 and $tOO. Cost Trogs, 'and Dot B. likes baby "Huh" aald Phil "I've got I it with
7J< per $100. Minimum coat 40f for S1O to $'0. For sate at"oki ikunks. Incidentally, Mrs. Gans iicker's cramp!" i .
Express Offices" ._' -:,""" our science teacher. Is fond of Then there was Bunny running ,

snakes. We understand she had around asking the Seniors wheth.

AMERICAN EXPRESS one affectionately named "Her- er they could bring cookies or

i TRAVELERS CHEQUES man". D. B. and H. M. sugar The decoration Committee all

In a stew over crepe paper and

(flowers 'n everything.But .
all in all. everything turned DEEDS

CHRISTMAS SPECIALSCome out beautifully and<:, .was, quite a
credit to the senior,class. :

More news about this Bachelor's ,
Club. It had a rteetlng in the
0 0 Florida balcony Sunday and the

members voted to cut down the

number of presidents to five. notwords :

In Now And Avoid The'Last Minute Rush No.As they 1. Bobby stand McRae.they are: I' -' .

..:'No. 2. Ralph Alvares.No. '

/ .
r No. 4. Bobby Biggs.No. ..... ""
5. Billy Colson.

Willie Thompson remains dog. I

catcher. Warren Winkler triedto TE IN have a-lotto be thankful for this j
OUR VERY BEST $20 COLD WAVE PERMANENT get 'In''without a pass, from TT AMERICA :: year.

MIRACLE" $15.00 which/a small scrap ensued. The to VV This is the one great nation that has not been laid
"THE HEATLESS Jog-catcher got bit trying

catch the dog (Wink), No other waste by war.

was done. The next
meeting damage Is I Sunday .In the Florida Our boys are fighting in the jungles of the South Seas '

EXTRA SPECIALS balcony.Have you heard the latest? The and in the villages of Italy that our own Main Streets may

.., sophomores are bowing down to not become battle fields. By their-sacrifices they have,held '
$10.00 the renlors! Lila Rae baa christ
OUR CREME PERMANENTS'r :; ened Lola Belcna "Genius." the warfront thousands of miles beyond our shoreline. i '

BRING A FRIEND AND, GET 2 FOR , . . .$15.0 a The chicken football dinner boys last were Friday given by They deserve our deepest gratitude-a gratitude we t'! H

-- Mrs. Cook and the Home EC girls. should express in work rather than in words.
Seems that when the chicken got ,
PERMANENTS, CREME OIL down to one piece Mrs. Cook of Let's back up these fighting men in a very practicalway. r '
CROQUIGNOLE tered It to the boy who could '
57.50 .' $5'50 make the best speech. Something .. Today there is a great shortage of pulpwood. Pulp- \

WAVE might have been the prize) gave wood has a thousand-and-one war uses-from explosivesto
Edgar unusual Inspiration and he
got the chicken. shipping containers.

$ .50 --$3.50 But In spite of. the wonderful And since this' is
OIL PERMANENT WAVE food B.H.S. lost the game. John a community, we

$3.30 RINGLETS. -___ Anderson seemed quite Impressedby have been asked to cut an extra cord 'of pulpwood in
the cheerleaders. Every time
there was a time out. John staredat honor of every local boy in service.

them open-mouthed. f wonder This is a small thing to ask of us-small in comparisonwith
EXPERIENCED OPERATORS ed how he could play football!

ALL WORK DONE, BY EXPERT, Saw James Reddlah with Betty what our boys are doing. One extra cord for every j
Jean Hiatt and Maxie Carter with
-ALL WORK GUARANTEED- Carolyn Ross. Did\I; see a .gleam boy who went to war from the pulp-

In Overheard Betty_Turner's an eye argument?, between wood areas will be enough to meet nip i

Call 18 Now! For Your Appointment Paul D. and' Mrs. Tucker.I the present shortage,

listened In and from what I 4Wt Co
So let's resolve a
beard sounded like there was some to meet our quota

Scion question about who' owned the -and make sure that no boy dies because .
know better

JaJ'tl'! balls Paul don't you
Gj than to argue with woman T we failed.'NEWSPAPER .
Coolidge 0 seems to go for a

; CALL ST. AT RAILROAD little blonde sopbomore. How about PULPWOOD COMMITTEE "
PHONE 18 that. Freda? Talking about twosome

FLA. *, saw Wanda having a seem \ E
STARKE, ingly Interesting conversation .
.. -



"J' f''In;,, ,, .'9t'vlly! "y.'Fp' p;"'1" '"

that Jimmie i II Mr. and Mrs. Grover C. High given by
writes mane
In silver beading, and her flowers I the cake with Major Joplin'ssword faculty) at smith of Jacksonville. Plans for ot
she's back ed
overseas now and on display theppyta p
I SOCIETY and CLUBSMiss were white gardenias.Mrs. Va. the wedding will be announced)
Jopllngr Is a graduate of Major and Mrs. sjopllng left fora later. Postmaster Fred F.
- - -- the Bradford County High School wedding trip to New Orleans, We .columnists couldn't get Points out that It is n! 8t

Miriam Denny Guy Becomes Bride and received her B. S. degree* after which they went to Little along, you know, without atealin) U. D. C. To Meet the government to have
I from the Florida State College for; Rock Arkansas. where MAjor i here's a lit. Plete information
stuff so
: each other's as poei4lpla
Of Major Jopling In Church CeremonyA Women, at Tallahassee. She Is Jopling is stationed at Camp tie item I "borrowed" from AllenMorris' The W. T. Weeks Chapter U. the American stake abr
member of PI Beta Phi, national Robtnuon. auld *d
T. the
a Joseph the Jack will meet Wednesday, Dec. military
Lovett ol Sattiday col. in D. C.
much man, Judge A, B. For the authotlUft
marriage In which cor- social sorority. pas the civilian
yule Journal: "Talking of running; 1, at 3:30 P. M. at the home ot govel'OllJenta
wlo Is
centered was that of Savannah Ga., an he has been with the Farm Club m
dial interest years Junior fighting fronts ?
in the L.
Ushers were against Sen. Hal Y. Maims Dr. and Mrs. O. Haynes and to
Miss Miriam Denny Guy, daughter of the bridegroom. Security Administration In Ocala, sound solutions hbrin"
Plans Activities 13th: District (Bradford and Union of
Edwards of Lake City,
of Mrs. James Thomas Guy Dr. J. L. Major Jopling la a graduate ot: i problems. P"ii
and the late -Rev.' Mr. Guy of Lt, Clayton Codrington of Lake. the Law School of the Universityof V held Counties) are Joe Hill William Joins Road Patrol I.
of Atlanta, I The Junior Woman's of Lake Butler and Charley Johns
Starke and Major Wallace Malcolm City, and Henry Guy, Florida In Gainesville; receivedthe I
and Georgia Hs regular' meeting Wednesday of Starke." Morris also reports: I! W. E. Malone, who has been an
Jopling. Jr., son of Mr. degree of L.L.B. In the class The members
Mrs. W. M. Jopling. of Lake City, The blonde bride was lovely in I,of 1940: is a member of the Blue night voted, to Nov.join'17.with the Junior that Bradford Inman Representative has lost employe at the State Prison Farm
which took place Thursday evening her wedding' gown of white slip Key, Phi Delta Phi, national Clubs of Florida In maintaining a George ( ) since starting for the past seven years, began

Nov. 18, at 8 o'clock, In the per satin, made with long sleeve i legal fraternity, and Kappa scholarship for a student ,nurse quite a little strenuous weight Seabee training -"work Oct. 1 with the State Road
First Methodist Church of Starke. that tapered to a point over the Alpha, national social fraternity his
dregs In .
and'' In buying a 'wedding Norfolk and that he now Patrol with headquarters
White chrysanthemums and hands; and the sweetheart neckline I After graduation Major Jopling for service glrls"7n England. A a natty close-cropped G. I,. Starke. Mr. and Mrs. Malone
and sports
was outlined with pearls Daniel antThompnon's
of associated with I
background was
ferns against a wide skirt donation was made toward each haircut Glimpsed Betty would like' to buy a home here.
insertion. The
In tall net I Law Firm of Jacksonville
palms; and white candles train I project. Miss Lucile Mitchell gave (Stringfellow) Manassa and infant At present they are at the Mus-
set- terminated In a graceful
candelabra, made a suitable Thanksgiving reading..I for visit I home two miles north of
veil was of 1 I I a delightful daughter, Cella, here a grove
and her imported
for this lovely event. On the Immediately after the ceremony Mrs y
ting bridal Illusion, held to I Miss Clara Mae Harley and with home folks at Starke and town on Road 13. c
altar railing white candles were sheerest reception was held In the recre- served
of motherof I a Vernon Sllcox, hostesses, State Farm. Personal nomination -
wreath '
at intervals and the railing her head with a ational hall of the Methodist
placed refreshments.Christening -
delicious brilliantly yellow
for the most Recent BirthsMr.
was covered with trailing: vines. pearl and orange bloHSoms, the church, which was decorated with in these I

Preceding the ceremony a pro- veil falling in graceful tiers to palms, white chrysanthemums and chrysanthemums Those' bordering the front and Mrs. 'Leonard Prevatt,
the end of the long train. She parts:
of nuptial music was playedby candles In tall candelabra. f
gram Ada Lawson's home Lawtey, Nov. 6, boy.
the organist, Mrs. E. K. Ferryman carried a prayer-book, on which: Receiving at the door were Mrs To celebrate I{"christening of fence north at of town. .- t Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Hyatt
white orchid, sprayed just
;- one of the numbers being was placed a W. B. Sewell, Mrs. K. Q. Duncan their son, Egldlo'Charles Marotta, Lawety, Nov. 6, girl.

"Pi Phi Symphony". Lt. Paul with tuberoses.The and the mother of the brlde:, Mrs.J. Jr., on Sunday..,Mxh'and Mrs.'E. Well, guess' I'd better.-sign off! I Mr. and. Mrs. Leroy. Olive,
HUllard was the soloist for the maid of honor wore a .' T Guy. The receiving line was C. Marotta entertained at dinner before they decide to leave me Starke, Nov.,.9?, girl.'

occasion, and sang' "Because" dress of Ivory slipper satin, with composed of the bride and bridegroom the Rev. Michael'; .J.> Fogarty, of out entirely again this week Mr., and Mrs. Elmer Carter,

(D'Hardelot) and "I Love You sweetheart neckline and puffed and their attendants. St. Edward's Roman Catholic So long i. See you in the next. .,. Maxvllle, Nov. 10, girl.,

Truly" (Bond). The traditional sleeves, and her flowers were Assisting at the reception were: Church, and Sgt.,and Mrs. Homer Carolyn Mr. and Mrs. Ted Manning,

wedding marches were used. white chrysanthemums tied with Mrs. O. I* Beasley Mrs. J. W. Shaffer. Photographs of the baby ( Highland, Nov. 11, boy. You, book 01 W.. $..rp ......

The marriage ceremony was blue maline The bridesmaids also Kincald. Mrs. J. E. Wilson Mrs.A. were taken by Sgt. and Mrs. P. J. I Many Out-of-Town I Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Henry, add oe pudr iIW-pa,.ror r...,
performed by the Rev.. E. F. wore ivory slipper satin and car I I Ruby. Nov. 12 ..r.yoallr.dearn
Starke boy.
Z. Atkins Mrs. L. D. Vlnlng, It 10..W.
Montgomery of Lake City, assist ried yellow chrysanthemums with Mrs. Edward Burns and Mrs. D. Guests at WeddingAmong Mr. and Mrs. N. A. Townsend ....... ........ odr d.. brd,loa
the Rev. G. C. Powell of pink maline. Both the matron of
ed by krael
Reunion Lawtey, Nov Art.rln/
and the bridesmaids woren P. Carpenter. ,,Family the out-of-town guests : I
Starke. Miss Abbie Harley presidedover wedding Mr. and Mrs., George Mosley,
The bride was given In mar- their hair miniature arrange- the bride's book. in which 1. L. Silcox had a family reunion attending the Jopling-Guy of last week Starke, Nov. 14, boy. '

riage by her brother, James Fred- ments of the flowers they were many guests registered their at his home Sunday whenhis' were:on Mrs.Thursday A. T. Williams, Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Odonu BONDS

erick Guy; her maid of honor was arrylng. names. daughter and two sons who Williams, Ted Starke, Nov. 15, boy. SOID .
Miss Carrie Lou Williams of The bride's mother, Mrs. Guy, Serving at the punch tables are- In the service were here. Sgt. 3enovar, Betty J. Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Wilkin- ,
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph
Gainesville; and the bridesmaidswere wore a gray crepe dress trimmedn were: Misses Frances Peek Della George C. Silcox' of Fort Jackson; Williams Peters, Mr., and Mrs. J. A. Williams lon, Lawtey, Nov. 18, boy. I HEREto
Miss Eleanor Yothers of Irene Matthews, and S. C., and Pfc. Henry P. Silcox I
was Rosenberg,
her corsatge
silver, otl Mr. and Mr D. B. Beas-
Orlando, Miss Mary Claire Fosterof I Mrs.. James Blackshear.The and his wife, from Spence Field, 'I II
To List
Mills Thel- Owners
rosebuds. Mrs. Jopling:, all 'Gainesville;
Clllarny Ga.V: the day at ey
Orlando, and Miss Kaye Sutton bride's table was covered Moultrie, spent
of Arcadia. mother of the. bridegroom, worea with, a lace'cloth and centeredby home, while S? man 1st class, ma Corpening and Miss Sue Neal Foreign Property'

Major Jopling bad as his best soft":. blue .crepe dress, trimmed t a three tiered embossed cake, Ruby i Sllcox,t spent a week here of Tallahassee Mrs. Frank; Mrs.Ott R., E. par-I I ; I I

flanked by tapers In silver holders, from,, Wave's .Quarters In Washington nenter Citizens of Starke who own
also on the table were Individual ,.,D.-C* MIllS Juanita.Kalch, 6'. Montgomery, "M.'A, :.' any property in foreign countrlo CO row .book kiiffy a it,m.r .
and mints in of JacksonvilleiVan; also a guestof Mrs, J. D. Bishop Virginia Bar. I I s re notified by Postmaster FredF ..CMa Md.sewn few fe.p.V. .

THANKSGIVING DAY 1943Once silver sakes, compotes.salted nuts The bride cut Miss RubyJSflebx. Sunday.. .. A.field McColsky Mrs. J,Mrs.W. Bishop Emory, Mrs.P. But-E.I I Stump of that their they foreign must holding file reports 'I .es. W fcc r .you.....trtrj. Bouh.tojlTNtsflwrttewtljicMtrtoI.1..ki rests

--.- .. ,_ -.-, .. ...-------' -.-, -- er, Mr. and Mrs. John McCon- with,the Treasury Department before -

nasghbey, Capt. and Mrs. E. A. December 1. The notice was

midst I Wright, Mrs. George P. Shllnger, -- ....
again we pause in the of a world at Callstreet '
Carolyn Patricia Kanslnger, Lt. Clayton I '
::. war and In taking stock of our blessings, find stet C.: Codrlngton, Mrs. J.. F. East- AT'IRST'D/ >

much to give thanks for. We live In a land where I I ham, Perry A. Slstrunk, Mr. and to Ararfci'i aO-oat nr Form*
... .... .... ..- -.-.- .,
,_, J_ .. -- J .Irs. J. D. Crabb, Mrs. J. B. Hod-.
In of some shortages" there Is plenty to eat the :,
spite homed Well, folks. Mere I am again I under this classification fact< i geD; Benjamin H. Groover, R. L. G: 666J I Andrews Motor C CL
plenty" to'wr, warm and-yew-laughter. after being unceremoniously shored -|that the happy couple had to reappear Montague, Mrs. J. F. Lovett, all I:

We go to bed without the terrorizing knowledgethat out of my cozy little corner< on the local scene the flex of> Lake City; Mrs. Lillian Louree us STARKE. FLORID*

bomb may find us In the night. We live last week You know, .I did: morning because they had forgot Han, Virginia Lou Pickren Mrs. ,C66 TABlETS.SALVE. SE DROPS

In a noble land where we may worship God In I'not like that a bit And I hope ten part of their luggage !In 'thel Ethel Plckren, Mrs. E. May.,
didn't either Oh well, maybe ; haste to get .. Sweeney, all of Hampton; Mr. Skin "PETAL-FINISH"
the church of bur choice without fear and with you me away and Mrs E. J. Patton, Gene Give your a ..
i It'll make,you
out shame, conscious of the knowledge that our I more, now that you know what In the Mull-Bag: "Dear Carolyn : Patton, Ann Patton, Miss Lula with the AMAZING NEW
y country gives im that privilege.. :;the Telegraph Is like without Aunt Just a few lines:to let you know Duckworth,(all of Jacksonville. I

% I Carolyn In the line-up! .Just that we boys enjoy reading your '

For theft and the thousands of blessings that go think what you would have minus column ;;ana i appreciate the addresses Wedding' PartyEntertained } TANGEEGeV24
humble I Lf I hadn't been here thla week] you given us. Milo Spon-
with being an American, we give our
I \ to cover the highlights of the bolts (Lt.) and I have talked j
5 thanks. marriage Thursda; quite a bit about the things you '
Jopling-Guy Judge and Mrs. A. Z. Adklns ::
night of last week). bethink: let us knows Yes he was herewith A
and Mr. and Mrs. James Frederick
several weeks, and
Miriam (or Denny, as she I Is me
known to most of her out.ottownf'lends did we have fun Really seemed Guy entertainer the Guy- VAC POWDlI '

THE STAG ) was as devastating i a like old times again, 'cause hand Jopling reheafaal party on Wednesday | /lb'.tay. .J>
in her wedding gown as I were buddies through high evening at 6:30: o'clock at 1.NEW "PETAL.FINISH".staysandstoysand
picture ..
she has always been in all ,.her: school. He left Monday to go the Adkins home on North Walnut I I

1ST West Call Street"To well-chosen clothes. You know to Utah, where I his address .Is: St. Yellow and white chrysanthemums e1.NEW"PETAL.t INISH"...helps hide bfomhhe .

I have always maintained that she, Lt. Milo Sponholtz, 18th Replace decorated the rooms of I I L -gives your skin rose-petal smoothness.
Our Sacred Utah. Asa the lower floor of this attractive I ote
Protect Rights should have been a Powers model, ment. Salt Lake City, streak or cake.A.NtW"nTAL.HmSH".com .
War Bonds and Stamps" instead of settling down to r a special favor, how about giving home. Mrs. Adklns was assistedIn I J9.NEW"PETAL.FINISH"Won't 4 P
Buy I whose addresses serving the buffet by
list of all the'boys supper
,life of simple domesticity. < Afte a .t la the 6 baste(
HOME Mrs. D. P. Carpenter and Mrs.
all, almost any ne can be domestic you have? I mean T shades' for all complexions-blondes, brunettes ,
L but too, too few can wear boys. It would be a great help. J. W Kincaid.Engagement. redheads. *
their clothes with that certain: -Staff Sgt.' Lucian Conner, 96511:

indescribable something t But I It TEFTS RAAF, Roswell N. M 50<* and Sinn nus
seems that Major Jopling had Thanks, Lucian. I'll try to | TAXKOCH'S
Mr. and H. Edwardsof
Mrs W.
future .. The
different ideas. .,Soooo. oblige In the near
J -. list will have t '.theHU. S. however, of their daughter, Jean DR'UGCotrt STORE
And speaking of the happy bride. boys still in' }
groom, it seems that his genuine as it seems the War Department Virginia to Harry Boyer High-r &Call Ss.( Starke, Fla.
smith AMM USN
2-c. son of :
addresses printed
smile and friendly manner madea doesn't want
4 lot of warm friends, here, even that contain the'"<'names of units -- - -.......--- - - -
In the short apace' of time hi on foreign boll. t - -

f was with us. .. But Who could -.I-
i'II blame him for looking pleased!. ,. It's a girl for,Purvis and Elaine COME TO.JACOBS'.

Hear he told his mother that he (Wynn) Halo l1. born Nov. 18 ,- ,

had waited 28 years for Miriam Congrats Heats' Eva Shepherd

4 to come along, and although he< has joined the Camp Blandlng
lived at Lake City, and she at post office torce'and is doing her

Starke and other places In this bit to relieve the manpower short-

,{-.. neck of the woods, their paths had age .. Chester Moody writes from
never crossed ,until last summer;; "the best hospital In the USA"where

It while he was at Blandlng he has beeri for quite some

'.i Twas a lovely wedding indeed,, time, but expects to be out short AND SAVE
.. He'd like to hear from some
f:, and I didn't hear of a single mishap I
1 unless you could consider of his old friends, and his address -
\ is: Sgt. Chester E. Moody,,
i Ward 2, Sec,*. 5, Percy Jones Gen- I SHOE SALE!

eral Hospital, Battle Creek, Mich., '
'. Notice that Albert AndersonIs : .1!, *'
ofe la'" Beau'lv'Salon getting to be quite a rabid foot- N's.-WOMEN'S-CHILDREN's2INFANTS:

i ball fan, now that son John is .. .
!In the line-up ;'Does add ,a bit t
ANNOUNCES'r of interest to have a member of AT-

... iYa the family in ''there fighting, '
<;toj> r.; \ doesn't it? Hear that Clarice I. : GREATLY

:: The Arrival. Two New Experienced Thomas Is so busy making straightA's REDUCED ,PRICES

".*"',.. at Tallahassee e she wouldn't : a
even'take' time off to come home _
? Beauty Operators. : with the rest of the girls on
7 11J their: recent week-end1' migration. t RECEIVING

l'' Overheard France Colley tellIng
MISS RUTH HASER about her conversation with a BLANKETS

soldier: at the USO dance tother :
:. of Erie Penn. night. Seems. they.were gliding DRESSES
when suddenly be
serenely along
," YOUR FIREINSURANCE I I remarked In a 'definitely awed t SOFT & WARM ? :r '

I one- of voice: '.'What do you -

-), MRS SAM LONG NOW ', mow! The last? girl I danced VARIETY' OF STYLES.
with was from the ,Slate Prison 3 For j. fSPECIAL
of Detroit Mich. '. Add eights for sore eyes: Colin ; I
; Smith's perky little'orchid chateau >> ;

i.; glimpsed at' .a recent club I

,... neeting Hear it's Junius
CALL 149 FOR APPOINTMENTS (Casey1' Jones) Smith now! I $1.00 $1.00SHOP

Seems our veteran railroader hado .
Charley E. Johns __
I : take over the throttle during .

oteita'6 Salon flume Agency 13 Starke, Fla.fUDrwwntlna I an:Ilaml emergency. Bet that on a was recent the run realiI to- t EARLY FOR CHRISTMAS XT

Bealt/g I I:atlon: of lifelong ambition .

load News: The Milton St. Peters JACOBS'
I THE TRAVELERS FIRE' ''are returning to ,Starke after a 125 Call St.

Starke, Florida INSURANCE COMPANY Hartford year at Daytona Beach
S I I Mae Ball (ex-member of BHS -- -- -

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,-y 4'u
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PAGE FIVHkuanr ,

I : cate or certificate will be sold to
Mla, Dorothy Norman returned Deo.mb.r 17th.. I*43. In the{ above" August of 4,property 1941. Lot 9 nfBlock the highest bidder at the courthouse i
IBiTS of LOCAL NEWS ,tamed Court and cause, wherelr Description Dowlings Hub-Dlv. Sso.S3.Twp.aalL22E !' door on the first Monday In .
last week from a threeweeks'visit plaintiff seeks divorce. HradlortCounty I. | month of January 1944 which Is

n_ with Mr. and Mrs,' .D. M.! Hpj.SEHOME Telegraph shall publish thli, which, ansesed.. K. J, the 3rd, day nf January, 1944.
weekly tinmenWltnevM Name
Order In next four Dated thin 13rd., day of Novem
McRae In Orlando. I
my hand and offliln8enl Dowllnsr.All 1943.
FTrnM Godbold of 'Jacksonnis J. C. Martinez and son. J. A., Mrs. F. C. Stevenson the former at Stark.. Florida, thin. November if .Maid property: being tn th. ber. A. J. THOMAS 1'I ,
.... Florida -
Slate of
14th, 1 Bradford.
of Dradford
left Thursday morning for County Circuit Court of
JCe week visiting Tampa Clerk of
t Miss, Edna Mae Moseley and A. J. THOMAS, ,
Jerrg" W S. Stroman. where J. A. will enter a hospital baby daughter, Edith Gall left Ail Clerk of said Court. pulses .ueh certificates. shall be County. Florida (OFFICIAL, HKAt.' ) ,
and have his tonsils removed. OFFICIAL SEAM) redeemed ac-cordlnw to law Ih"prop.l't .
Dowling. ll24t
Mrs. S. S. recently for Houston. Texatwhere T. Frank Inndrunn Htarke.. Florlilik. described", in such certifi
lter Hayne. Jr.. who Is a Mrs. T, N Limbaugh of Adele they will spend a whll Atty. for 1'lf. II-Id-lt )

Emoryt0xford.. Ga,- Ga. la a guest of her sister Mrs. with her husband's parents. lbu IY (-HCl'IT Cnl'HT. I1H..UI"OH..
t Jy B1INCll'
t nd at the Thanksgiving) / hol- H. L. Brownlee. The Rev. Bryant Kirkland wll .CKHV.Charles'Oq": YTv.. PLOHIILit I" CliA\- EVERY OF"YndU'anCe

., with his parents. Dr. Mrs. O. J. Griffin of St. Au- return Sunday to Philadelphia Kltcasa- n. Hnle. Plaintiff v>.
? I Aoihot at Slater Usry's .
I.iendant. ..
V I" I-Iaynea. gustine is spending this week Pa. after spending a month her Kllsabeth hale ( No ,

rLBWlllg ve$5lnmer. with her daughter Mrs. Ethel M. as "camp pastor" In connection September Is the best time. U ails.ORDER: OF PUBLICATION ;
customer whoMi"e Biggs. with the Church Service Center ANI> NOTICFJ TO APPEAR ,
Cwito the move ferns whether you take them STAT OF KIA1RIDA to: Elias': .
winning man for Mrs. T. J. Griffin and sister Mrs. Junlua M. Smith lain the< from the woods or from the pure. beth Hale, whew. residence I.* I0. ( ,It',

dreHH shop the Mrs. Carrie RItch spent TuesdayIn Gainesville hospital where aha< ery. So If you have a shady cornet Kant state Street. ., Sharon, Penimyl'vanlal M
arw' Po t- on the north aide of the house where a '
near the Jacksonville.Mr. underwent an appendectomy oa j1 .
? nothing will well try filling It You are required to appear or .
.tilts Saturday Monday morning. grow 'January 3rd., 1044, In the above
opening !
and Mrs. Cecil
Douglas and in with these lovely green plants. named Court and cause, wherein
seanlan, who has been children moved Monday tq Baldwin Earl H. Johnson left Monday; Nearly aU ferns need an acid soil 'plaintiff .seeks. divorce,. nradfortl H.C. ALLAgency

lot Joe, a short visit with hisand where Mr. Douglas is em- to upend a ten-day vacation with The Maidenhair will grow In a County In Telegraph next four shall weekly publish\ issuesWltne.s .,,111Or.l..r \ \

daughter., Kath- his parents in N. C. sweet soil so, suit your ferns W .
baby ployed as a special officer with Durham. my hand and nfficiaseal

hat gone to San Antonio, the Seaboard Air Line. They have Mr. Johnson Is an x-ray technician the growth.soil if you would have luxuriant at 80th Starke' 1943.. Florida, thin November 41WJP:

rented their home on LafayetteSt. at Camp Blanding and thli There are two kinds of ferns each A. .T. THOMAS,

Jnd Mrs. L. A. RennoldaI to Mr. and Mrs. G. L. We 1.11- Is the first vacation he has hat requiring different treatment. Consequently An Clerk of said Court. ;

Friday In Jacksonville .1 I enbaker. in two years.. the planting which is of great Par net t Roth Camp-OFFICIAI Blandlnar: SRALJ",, Kl.). Constant Service Over 50 Years! w

has as her Seaman 1st Class Mrs. A. W. Redgrave haa been Importance. Those grow Atty. far Plf. '1.ItIUI" )
j M. Brownlee I I' Ruby Silcox from root stocks can be placed deep
and Mrs. W. C. returned to her WAVE training In Petersburg. Va. for the pasthree and Armed into the ground. Those (.TIHCrlT C'OI'HT. HHAUFOHI1rniWTY.
Capt. weeks visiting relatives. from should be plant. FI.OHIUAI IN CHAM.CKH.V. Please Phone 116CLASSIFIED il
t Francisco, Cal. andInd I base In Washington D. C. Thursday rising crown '

of San Robert Bonar of I I after spending a week with GUY S.\LE-WIlI give $5 In raerchundlHO ed with the crown level with the Francis. Fereno Benedek.' (Alecknown
Mrs. earth If the roots
I surface of the
Francis Benedek) Plaintiff ILI
her father J. L. Silcox. to the customer who a.
Texas, I soaked in water, for a day to
tanio are J I va.' Pupko Wlera' (Also knownas
submits the winning name foihU plump them. the. ''wiil start more 'Wier; Pupko Qutman, Defend* ADS n
new drew shop In the quickly ant. Case No. 37T4 I

WE CAN USE MORE PULPWOODWRITE Brown building near ,the Pot I You know a root stock Is a thick ORDER OF VtT Lt"ATION i
Beech fern
DEPARTMENT office at Its opening SaturdayMrs. root-a rhizome. The STATE OF FLORIDA to Mini WANTED WANTED-Old phonograph rec-

TIMBER E. K. Ferryman Is spendIng is, of this variety Pupko Wlera. (also l. known a. Mm house. wi ora"' So per lb. None with
OF AMERICA A is clumplike bunch of Corner ol LI..tlnc(1n) apartmenta
CORPORATION crown a Wlera Pupko Uutman) .
Pal :Music
CONTAINER this week In Miami with her roots and stems. Zulueta y Drasroneii, Havana Cuba home fur rent located within :2u paper. Phone 179 ,

FERNANDINA FLA. Son< Comer Perryman, who Is Both varieties can be divided and You are required to appear or mile of $tarke Co.* Starlte, Fla, tf
December 18th., 1941 In the above
In the Air Force and her brother If you get large clump. from the named Court and cause, wherein lift EaR Call Street WAVE oBct Uo
in-law and sister Dr. and Mrs. woods its a good idea to do this plaintiff seeks annulment of mar. RealtorIF PERMANENT ,
because ferns spread and don't like rliute. Bradford County Telearaplinhall W. T. CLUTE your own Permanent with
J C. F. Sayles. to be too crowded. publish thin Order In next' Charm-Kurl Kit. Com I let e
For Mrs. L. D. Vlnlng went to Sour weekly Ismiefi.Wttnemi WOULD BUY OR SELL
We Are Exclusive Agents Keep them well watered several my hand and official YOU equipment Including 40 curlers
Dublin Ga. on Monday when :weeks after they are first setout seat at Htarke. Florida thin November milk cows stock cows, beef cattle and shampoo. Easy to do ab-

she Is visiting friends. and cover them with a thick 11th., 1843.A. stock bulls or hogs, get In
HALL MARKGREETING Mrs. Laura Powell recently returned mulch of the leaves you rake from J. THOMAS touch with J. D. Odom Jr., solutely harmless. Praised by
visit the lawn. In -other words, try to A. Clerk of said Court.OFFICIAL. thousands Including Fay Mo- I
from a six-weeks' Starke Box 204 Lake
make their transplanted conditionsas ( MALIw. : ]) Box 217 ; Kenzle, glamorous movie star, '
with her daughter Mrs. L. E. near like their natural ones.ai C. Hardenty, Daytona Reach-88-41, Flu City; Telephone 481 Lake City. Money'refunded If not satisfied.

{CARDSSEE ; Miner In New Smyrna. possible. Atty. for Plf. Auction market every Tuesday, KOCII DRUG STORE

Mrs. E. McCollonVOf Lees *.Fan Isva good.time'to'plant lily MASTER'S' SALE' Lake City, 2:30: : every Thursday
week with bulbs, too and It you use care in NOTICE) In hereby given that under' 1-6-44.
la this 2PM.
burg spending and by virtue of a Final Decree ol Falatka. WANTEI>-Couple, permanent
THE BEAUTIFUL SELECTIONOF Mr. and MI's. W. B. Sewell. choosing their environment you can foreclosure made and rendered bj residents, want nice furnishedor
GREETING and rest assured that the bulbs will the Honorable A. Z. Artklne, .liirln.. NEW HAMPSHIRE RED chicks.Hatch .
CHRISTMAS Mrs. J. B. Mills grandsonHarold .
unfurnished apartment or
grow and blossom next year of the Clruult Court of the KlKhtk. attested
CARDS NOW; ON DISPLAY Mills, Jr., f Green Cov Even If you buy.the bulbs from a Judicial, Circuit. of Florida In Snit for every Friday; house. Phone 193 It

Springs spent the week-end hen perfectly reliable-dealer It's a good Bradford (; .ntra4:1.n Chancery,certainraune dateiMnvombpr and approved. Wasdin Poultry -

with Mrs. Mills' son-in-law ant idea to soak themwln a disinfectant therein 13 lately: pending In that between Farms 3 miles north of Waldo. FOR SALES-Essex ,sedan good

daughter Mr. and Mrs. Percy; solution before planting.i, C. K. tr.-.at: plaintiff, and the un- 11- 2 8tp }2-31 condition, five good tires
; : >
VICTORYMilitary Dig the bed about four times as kwonw .low of W. U. Blocker, '
owner-driven 32.
Sullivan. deceased defendants, the underelKned.,
deep as the bulb Is high. Cover 1 FOR" SALE-Complete grocery t
therein appointed as Hpecla W. T. 119 East
Miss Antce Green returned hojn< with a thick layer: of sand put in who Muter was In Chancery to execute tin stock and market fixtures. Chute realtor

Friday from the Alachua Count] the bulb., cover with more sand and same, will on Monday the Ath day Bradford County Tele- Call St. ll-19tf
Hospital where she underwent ai then fill the bed with loose earth. of Decem.ber 11148, during. the InKalhour Apply '
Supplies If you are troubled with field mice of .Hole, before the Mouth fat url graph. It FOR SALE-Table model all-elec
appendectomy.Mrs. camphor flakes In the sandat ,Ilouiie door in Btarke Florida m..11\ trio phonograph with five rec- I
S. Goldman returned this to the highest. and beet bidder tot HEATED HOTEL ROOMS-600
the bottom of the bed. cash the following described I.nd.. ords and.needles. Has separate
129 W. CALL STREET week from a short visit In Mlam Be sure the bed Is well drained situate, lying and being in Bradford yards from Blandlng gales Hot tone and volume controls. Plays ""f I
Beach. because water collecting around the County, Florida towlUThe and cold water ahowers. Reas-
10 12 inch records Excellent'
Northeast quarter of the South.east or t
GUY SALE-Will give $5 In mrchundlNe bulbs Is dangerous' to lilies. onable rates. Larry's Place
quarter of Section Twenty (20),. tone. 939 cash. Mrs A. W.
$ After the ground Is frozen a .
to the customer who Town.hlp Seven (7) South Ran KlrtRsley Lake. 11-26-2tp
mulch of well-rotted manure can be Twenty-Two (22) JOaet, oontalnlni Anderson 409 Mable Street,
submits the winning name tot the bed. Forty acre, more or less, with the
put on 5 Starke. Apply after 7 P. M. ltpOFFICER'S
Also his!. new drew, shop in th< e appurtenances. Said. sale to be made. FOR SALE-Station wagon
the Post which have be- piiMuant to said Decree to satisfy the good tires 9173. Call and see
FULL LINE OF CHRISTMAS Brown building near Those tea cups same and coste.B. WIFE-Driving to
office at Its opening Saturday come discolored can be restored to K. PEBRYWAN.As : -Paul Crawford Lawtey Fla. Macon. Oa. Oct. 29 wants two

GIFTS FOR ALL MEMBERS OF Mrs. B. P. Smith and Mr. and their them pristine with damp clearness baking by soda.rubbing 11-11- t-Special tii-1.' Master In Chancery,,. Itp passengers Phone 114, Starke .

THE FAMILY AND SERVICEMEN Mrs. C. W. Morgan all of Day- The coffee pot too. will be benefit NOTICE' _TO CREDITOR FOR SALE-Land on Road 13, lip

tona Beach were Sunday guesti! ed by letting a solution of baking All parsons having claims, or de. 2 miles north of Starke. Will
"COME IN AND CONVINCE of Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Davis, Mr soda and water'perk: through it. moods against the estate of Janine. entire tract. HELP WANTED
.. L. Brownie. and Wash in clean 's idsy water and Milton lirownlee, also ,, known, as .J. sell by acre or
and Mrs.
YOURSELF scald well after the soda treatment. M. Urownloe, deceased, are h.rebynutlll..d Mrs. J. M. Mitchell, Box 42 MAN OR WOMAN
Mrs. Madge Futch. ant required to file their Starke 11-1&--2tp
Mr. and Mrp. Nat Goldman of /claims In the office of the County To list and show FARM and
Mrs. fly Carleton left Tuesday Judge, of Bradford County, Florida,
Ozark. Ala were visiting their for a ten-day visit with her husband In the Courthouse at Starke Florida FOR SALE-Would you like to grove property in your section.
parents Mr. and Mrs. S. Gold- within elKht calendar months from own a new 3-bodroom FHA Our nation-wide catalog and
Pvt. Carleton at the Valley the date of the first publication ol/
NAT SEZ: map here this week. Casualty Hospital Phoenix- this notice, or the same will become house' with a down payment newspaper advert sing has
Mra. C. B. Peeler of Jacksonville forgo void according. to law. This November of leas than $050 and monthly brought buyers for over 73-
U to
vllle. Pa., where ha helping 1943.
Good eats which I will always 'Is spending a while in, the entertain wounded soldiers. J. W. BROWN!..E10, payment of less than $30? If 000 farm Earnings In the past .

home of her sister ,Mrs. Vida Administrator of the estate of so, see W. T. Clute, realtor 10 months of a lady representative -
remember: The pies Mrs. SaUieA'lv.I GUY S.\LE-WIII give $5 In rowchandlHe James Milton Urownli-e, also. known
e Morgan. who Is ill. .. J. M. Brownies, deceased. 119 East Call Street, Starke. at New Smyrna Bench
she who
i 1 : used to make when Miss Betty Jane Nollman. whc to the ciMtomer 11-1!-4t-12-10._ ll-19tf U.619.-New Agency at Deland

the Starke House Is submits they? winning name for Writeus
/i operate is teaching In Jacksonville IN CIRCUIT COURT BRADFORD $1,499 In first 2 months.
t- The corn bread sticks at Mrs.Durden'a spending the Thanksgiving holidays his new UreHtt. shop In the COUNTY rl-ORIDAl IN LOST-One large darkcoloredmare for details. I
Mr. and Brown building! near the Poat- CHANCERY CASE No. 2773DOHHY mule. If found please
old Hampton Hotel with her parents. KURD, also known as STROUT REALTY
Its Saturday
office at opening Bill
Noegel Noegel'sjcafe.
out of Mrs. W. H. Nollman. DOHHY FOTW, "plaintiff vs. JULIA notify
The fried speckled perch Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Brownlee Mr. and Mrs. W A. Colley had ANNie! : FORD defendant.ORUKH Temple Avenue ll-202tp 155 4th Ave. New York, 10, N.Y
cooked over a campfire PUUL.ICATION AND
VarncH Lake their Monday night their OF"
13 guest
chefs. as Albert had as their guest Friday and NOTICM, TO APPEAR STATE *>FFI
by such famous son-in-law the ion, Carr Colley.who Is . to Julia Annie Ford. r. '\\
their ,
Anderson, Jim IlornBby Joe Saturday Hotel Commission In-,Miami. You are. required to appear on-Decwmner -
Doe Hayne Them Rev. M. C. Stith of Washington. aoth 1U43 In the above nsmed
Trilby and and Mra. .Charley Johns THEATRE
The Rev. G. C. Powell and Mr. Court and causewherein: plaintiff
wan, the good old days! had as their --ffueata Thursday seeks divorce Mud ford County Tele FLORIDA
daughter. Frances and Mrs. R. Miss graph shall publish this Order In next STARKEITS
J, Davis and daughter, Marjorie. through Sunday thelrnlece four weekly Issues.
Thelma Corpenlog, and.her room* Witness my hand and official seal
were Jacksnville visitors last at "Florida this Nov. Utli
Friday. I mate at 'F. S. C. W., ,Miss Sue 1545. .II--1); .

Gift! uggeaitntts i Veal Martha MiUhews t Pharma- A. J.Clerk TJIOA'AS.Aa of: said. Court. \\ GOT RHYTHM I ;
Miss '
E. K. Perryman, Starke, Florida, '
t"- clsts's; mate, 3rd. class, recently Attorney for Plaintiff ITS GOT COMEDY! (, t

DO YOUR SHOPPING EARLY spent( a week with her parenta, 11..11-413-10._ ITS GOT G-A-L-Sl
Mr. and Mrs. Roy.Mathews. In NOTICH OF APPLICATION poll .
'CJ1 Palatka. Miss Mathews former TAX MMKItHouse : ti
I Bill No. HIS
employee; of County Agent L. T. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, r
that Clara Mae Knight the"'holder >
ASSORTMENTLADIES' Joined the Wave. seven
BEAUTIFUL Dyer of the following certificates has.
months ago, She Is serving asi filed said certificates. for a tadeed .
nurse's assistant, taking the to be 'Issued thereon Thecertificate
numbers and of
place of corpsmen who work. In Issuance, the description of the
HAND BAGS the hospital releasing them for property, and the names In whIcht
was assessed are as follow I :
FOREMOST :;ombat duty. She likes her work Certificate No.. 170. Year of In-
LEATHER FABRIC and PLASTIC i is very much. ''Her' address Is Waves fl
quarters, U. S. Naval Hospital

Drink Glass Newport; R. I.. ... You've wanted a ,yw .

$2s95' to $6.95 HEALTH of Chief Has bicycles SPENCERto ]

1. I _
Police Chief'.A, I. Alveraz has I relieve that tired feeling

LINGERIE DEPT.GOWNSSLIPSROBES. announced that he has on hand ,
wo or three bicycles which have D..'. Delay A........ Day ,
F'OREMOSTPASTEURIZED been found here and there over !

he City by the Police Depart-

neat, which will be turned overo Wrltt'of ttltphom to

their owners upon proper Uojstersd Spenser Cereettere Ii I
Lace TrimmeCIand Tailored Slips dentlflcatlon.

MILKGOLD IV: 'CIRCUIT cot'RT. BltADFOnDCOIMTV 805 W. Madison St. t Hail

$2.00 $3.50 : FLOHIUAt IN CHAN.; MU
to CKMT.Victor GERSHWi
Moore, Plaintiff Y.. Geraldine end IRA
NUGGET Moor.. Defendant.. Can fin.
'11'. Watch YourKidneys f

98 to 4.95 6.95'to 9.95 dine Moor., Full.rlownPoat Office,
Baltimore, Maryland, Help Them Cleans. the lllood : ROBt"RAGS" s3t&sMIDNITE '

December You: are 27th.: :lf:1sfn: appear the above on of Harmful Body Waste fall 1pJUON

named Court and" ".u.e. wherein Your kldaers are eonsUatly altering RAGL"ANO' KIBBEE
plaintiff _.k. divorce. Bradford: wsece matter from the blood etresm.Bui GUY !
FOR, THE MEN County T.I.sT.ph shall publUh thl. IIld_".sometimes leis tself. .oo-.to Y BALKER ;
Order In next four weekly I..u.. sot sot as Nature Intended-fell te re- "A"C
Wlrnene my' hand and: official ...e Imparities that, II retained, airy 1oMMy DOasEYIsl.
FOL'DS real at Stark' Florida;. thin November eyxem sad BpeM the wboU.
$4.00 Famous .
BILL $1.00 to Foremost's Sf.ra.pt.mi
141 h., "
143.A... J, THOMAS.' nay be ninles b..I1...... ..(
CREAlVIRL Clerk of' aahl Court. _loot..."_."b..sttseke of dlssl_
Ties-Wembley & Manhattan $1.00 ICE 4OVKICIAL HKAI getting vp sights, swelling, pufflseesunder
T Frank andrum.. atarfce, Florida. the .yes-a f.eilq of servoussxtety ,
The New Taste SensationFOREMOST Attorney for Plaintiff. H.I. .'.-" sad loss of pep cad strssstb. AN 1J ;
Other signs of kidney or bladder 4is- SAT-
Manhattan Shirts $2.50 & $2.70 erdsr are sosutimss. bUlaI....seaater
% (biro: lT COIIir, BHAOKOHIt. loo frequent srtostloe.Thsrs tt1rJESI
COt %TY. F1.Oa1DA.. IV MAM.CKMV. ... should bs no doubt,...,prompt SUNMON.TUESNOV.\
Underwear t...._. uj wuwr tbsa _leet. Us.
Manhattan Pajamas-- Olive Duprc. Plaintiff, vn Charles Uo..'. Pitt D_..'. ..... been wi...,.. 28-29-30 .
Frank Oupree, Defendant.. ,Ca.. No. nw frtoaos for more tbsa forty jrssrsv ,,.
__ and Initialed HandkerchiefsSternberg's. 1756.ORDER They have a astl ; or PirRCIOATIO.V: Are rooomnMsdod by arei.lulpwfple tbe ,
AND NOTK'K! TO APPEAR country .... Ad rose s.4eauel ;::
DARIES of the SOUTHJacksonville HTATB Or FLORIDA to: Ctmrl*
Frank I"upree. whom renMenr Id
Fla. 1414 8t. Andrews Street,, New Or.lean DOAN SPILLS
*. Loul I.lana. I
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turned Sunday after enjoying the 1938' Number aTfT 5****i

FLA. STATE FARM How To Combat Food WasteThe week-end at Webster. of 7th July, 193 ; ,lM-u04 :t th_
y By. E. R. Douvler :, day ot Auguntb18jj
Mr. and Mrs Owen Summons, Bund the 7th ; "
Norris and o .1
Says : Number Issue'
\V. M. U. MEETING State Board of Health's Vitamin C and B and some or of Jacksonville, were here Mon- day : 854 I
The W. M. U, branch of the nutritionist! Mrs. Vera Walker the minerals are easily dissolved day enrouttr for a fishing trip at same appll..atlolJ Smtetnher for ,. 154,4 ana' h'htu r

Farm and Raiford Baptist Church has appealed to Florida house- in water. Soaking vegetables be- "Cow Creek'. I..ued I hereon Ta. lJeea" II>

Upon Shaming the Devil held an Interesting meeting Tues- wives to be more concerned this fore they are cooked or letting Mrs. 0 D. Gay was shoppingIn braoe Said t he eerr If'c'at.' rnArsMtlvly. to
day at the home of Mrs L. Watts. winter about over-filled garbage them stand In the cooking liquid Gainesville Wednesday. ertles In fOllowing the

Ben Sndle.te-WNU J"..tur... The devotional was led by Mrs palls. after they are done dissolves much Mrs L. J. Wynn and Leaaton State Lot"Of County.. IO'wll oils t,
a :
Bradley who also gave the lesson the accusa- of their food value.. Roo. f ot talk !If .
She admitted that Wynn visited Mrs. Purvis Hazen eA II....
on the book "They That Conuer" tion of our beinga/ wasteful nation "Eat everything raw that Is at the Alachua County Hospital. re nder oldt'rrrclk:,: I.'
( Refreshments have been has certain justifications and good that way. Taste your veg- Saturday. I 112.Loh .

Y eliminated except for the soda Uo home makers to etables before you cook them; : : SI IntPlenlon'e' 10, 11' d U of
appealed Mrs. K. B. Watterson Mrs. M.
e Those S. It 22 en 10
meeting once a month. more people like raw spinach. JoJ" Is arared T.
watch their waste 'measures many I
L. Watterson and daughter certificate No UnderI
were: Mrs. J. M. Bradley ails
I present waist meas Young turnips and cauliflower aa
closely than their Lot
Dorothy were shopping In Gainesville 19STwp.
Mrs. E. C. Bates Mrs. L. ures. .'' well as carrots, cabbage ,and II 8. i. lE8wEoodhw.
Watts of the Farm. Mrs. Jenkins are Tuesday of last week. a Acres, more ",
vegetables ,and fruits many other vegetables. commonly Under or IBM I. "
I Mrs. Walton Mrs Tompkins and Although Rev. Cutshaw, of Baldwin, and said ('rUrh'al. Na9e
only a. portion of the eaten raw."If 1 ot .
comprise .
J/1 ) kj Mrs. Yarbrough of Raiford. foods consigned to garbage cans you must cook them, do M. L. Watteraon left Monday for ,, under it Twp.raid 6 8,IHe22 1.lneoln E. e l f
IA a few days of hunting near certlrlest.'No
Mrs., Linwood Watts and son. she pointed outgo prospect of so as little as possible. Start Eureka, Sea se Tw6 of Blk II Ip ,
IlI Linwood, Jr., accompanied by their being; fewer this year and them in a little boiling water and braced under 7 "aIdNcerilfBjiyTh. ,
L. J. and Mr. and Mrs.Miller .
j Mrs Curtis Malone and baby of listed a number of waste-preven I cover the kettle. They'll be tender Wynn lU. '

II I Starke, went to Sopchoppy Wed- lion suggestion In order to realize sooner than you expect. Then returned Sunday from a under. saideeerllfie.t."'Id Pro

nesday to spend the Thanksgivingseason full benefit from those avail save every drop of cooking water; deer hunting trip. Mrs. Miller I In the name of JI"'., P'p",
able. use it in soups, gravy and vegetable remained at Tavares with rela I the amoMnment of C
with their respective seal
parents i under said tives while the hunt- certificate *
several drinks. men
foods juice :
Mr. and Mrs. Lorenzo Cox "Buy perishable -jJlJ
the week- not to have left-over veg- Ing. A deer was brought back aeaneemeniaor. & Ink.o:
and Mr. and MI'.. J. C. Morrison, times a week and avoid "Try under Maid "Pro
and Mrs. Watts' sister, Mrs. W. end rush. That way you'll get etables. When you do store themin so their luck was good. In the name lertlfkm of Ed. J, jS iJ! "*>
fresher' less picked-over vege- the refrigerator In a covered Mr. and Mrs. Leland Beden- the "",... ""'"1';
H Harnes. laid
und.r certm" p'.
said fo1
You'll also help the grocer container. Use them In salads In Galnsvllle !, No
has. tables. baugh were Monday. In the name or n.
Mrs. L. A. Shepherd accepted Hampton
make better us.,>f his storage later. ment Co.Unlees' De,.]
Miss Marion Johns attended the
a position in the Camp .said ,
"Re-heating .Is always bad for Certlflrate.
Blanding post office.. facilities. -' t football game at Jasper Friday redeemed according 'b.shall
tomatoes the vitamins. properties \
"Don't plnchrTt rm. I described|
Miss Edna McGuire of Orlandowas have to be "When open a can of veg- night i i be Bold to the highest therein' '
; look firm; they don.t ; you the Courthouse bidder
fl a guest of Mr. and Mrs. J. squeezed. Green beans -- when etables, heat only to a boiling ..Monday In the Month dour on !the '
FOil l
( ii R. Kite Friday and Saturday of resh-look fresh, green and tend point. The vegetables were com- TAX DEED December 1943 which A. D.In 1943 the Bth-' d r1"1.e

last week. er. It isn't necessary to snap a pletely cooked In the canning ("*..<. Bill No. 163) Dated this 3rd
and In NOT1CH la HE11KBY: GIVEN, ber A. D 19t3. of N.,
Mrs George Manassa baby. the ad- If want bacon
few to find out. Follow process. you That. J. I* Beverly holder of Tax OFFICIAL SEAL
Cell, arrived from Atlanta. Ga. vice of the Greek push-cart your green beans cook it separately -) Certificates. numbered respectively' Clerk Circuit) Court A. ,J. Thol
to visit for several to the 15J le.ued 7th.. day of September County Florida Brett'
Saturday grocer: 'If you want to pinch a and add It freshly ll.s It lll
weeks at the home of Mr l. Ma- da avocado pinch a da cocconut opened beans. I f home-canned

nassa'a parents Mr. and Mrs nstead. corn. Beans, field peas or other

W. O. Stringfellow. "Leave the outside leaves on non-acid foods are canned with-
?t1111 OetKdA3 a Mrs. J. G. Godwin and little thelettuce and cabbage until out a pressure cooker they shouldbe t F

son, Harold accompanied by their you are ready to use them. Then boiled at least five minutes
presently th* colored porter put hit head in tilt door; h." wet going through house guest, Mrs. W. B. Graingerof trim off a little as you can. Its before being; tasted. In the first
"Did eil lot ?
th* cart caking tviryuihtrm, you- torn money
leaves that place THEY SHOULD NOT BE
Bnlle Glade left Sunday morn- the green outside

By KATHLEEN NORRISTHERE Ing for Atlanta Ga. to consulta are richest ion vitamin A-Important CANNED WITHOUT THE USE

I PERSONAL AND pulmonory specialist. Item in eye-adjustment to OF A PRESSURE COOKER.

is a family in our Mr. and Mrs. Jack Chambers light and dark. To save space, "Share your garden surpluses.Pick 4 r:
is known for and eon, Karl spent the week-end cut the tops -of carrotts and the last little tomato the 4f4

honesty. It is not a "Our only hope of world with relatives in Monticello. beets before ,storing them. Use final bean. If you can't use It,

particularly rich handsome, peace, enduring peace, lies in M,'.. Claude Johns and son the beet tops if they are young perhaps a neighbor'can. Give ri

socially prominent or in any the honesty of the men who tit Kenneth went to Sanderson last and tender.' Kook them as you vegetable trimmings to your
at the peace table," write Saturday. C do spinach or" add them to other chickens or pass! them onto your i/
other way unusual family. Butit Kathleen Norris mlxtute. neighbor's chickens."
this week. Mrs. W, E.' Malone and Mrs. greens for a.{ delicious iw
is notable for this one thing; This honesty, the points out, Curtis Malone and baby of Starkewet.s -"Doa't soak ,your vegetables. I e

it is honest. You can trust the can result only from constant spend-the-day guests Tues w,.

Jonesmiths.The resistance to the thousands of day of Mrs. L. Watts. guest of Mr. and Mrs. George are 'a great challenge to the

,fine old man who estab- temptations which beckon to Mr. and Mrs. U A. Wigginsand Alvarez Sunday and spent Sun- Christian witness to send them

lished the family business us :... our daily lives from birthto daughter, Marie, visited Mrs. day night with Mr. and Mrs R. the word of truth.

tells the truth. The matriarch death. Unfortunately a completely Ida B. Maxwell in Jacksonvilleover M. Crosby. During the business session,

I honest person is so rare the weekend.J. Miss Melba Crosby who is plans were discussed for the Lot
in"her .
who is
so happy 1' that he becomes a marked in G. Caldwell was a business teaching at Little Springs, spent tie Moon Christmas program and

kitchen, with a covey ,of' dividual. ,Wa should all determine visitor to Archer Friday. the week-end here with her par It was decided that an all-day Next Year Will Be Different

grandchildren circling about to be honest in all dealings Miss Esther Crews of StarkeIs ents Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Crosby. meeting; would be held at the

her, ''tells the truth. The'tall and teach our children visiting her parents Mr and Joseph Schultz of Jacksonville, church Friday, Dec. 3, and all
Mrs. M. L. Crews. attended church at Pine Level members were urged to be present .NEXT year will be different. Not only the weather, and market
handsome sons, the plain hap- ; likewise. It is only when the the needs of the country. Our jobs will be different, too.
py wholesome daughters majority of men are honest Mr. and Mrs. Lester Dobba and was a guest of H. M. McRae without fall Because next year we're going to do those jobs differently-and wi

even the freckled youngsterswho that nations will be likewise. have. been spending some time at and family. Mrs. Wadsworth assisted by hope better!

dash busily about our Hr. Dobbs' old home near Glen Prayer meeting on Tuesday her daughter. Dorothy, served We whose job Is producing goods and services. have been maim' !
so I St. Mary visiting his mother night of next week will be heldat sandwiches, cookies and drinks resolutions like this for year.. And we've been keeping them!Faun
Ftreets-all tell the truth. It "But we CAN help to build a more Mrs.' Mary Dobbs and assisting the home of Mr. and Mrs. The December meeting will beheld our kind of business, you either keep on finding better ways of doing,

shines in all their faces. honest America In our boys and In cane grinding. David Kelley. at the home of Mrs. J. W, things or-you go backward) And. if enough people do that, the

And strangely enough this makes I girls-In ourselves..>-W. CAN face .v R,. Y. Newton of Ft. Lauderdale .l I Horne. thing we call progress bogs down. *
of his brothernlaw That's why farmers seed and fertilizers, n*
was the guest keep on trying new
the family a very exceptional one each one in her own heart, her own
Hampton Happenings machines and strains of stock. That's the calM
and causes the whole community to. and sister Mr. and Mrs NEW ARRIVAL reason industry
household and kitchen and garden
Barbara Home on re.earch-another name for a constant search for new knowMp
depend upon the word of the Jone C. M. Turney last week and will By Mr. and Mrs. Purvis Hazen an-
this question of being !nunest. So and better ways to do things. Because most of us have been dolt!
smiths. If property is to be bought I return again this week. nouce the birth of a baby girl
that someday when our children w. M. u. MEETINGMrs. this for years America has had the highest standard of living, the
the buyer likes a Jonesmith opinionon Mr. and Mrs. Arch Dobbs and born Tuesday Nov. :16th. world. And It's the reason too that American production.is dolt!
it. If trade is being solicited take over the world there will be son, Alton visited their son, Clyde M. L. Watterson was so much today to bring victory.

the Jonesmith trade I. consideredthe among them not just a few who In Gainesville Saturday.Mr lostess,to members of the W. M Mr. and Mrs. O. P. Wad worth.SI' After the war, America is going to need more than ever men with

most valuable of any. Much are conspicuous for their integrity, and Mrs. E. J. Harris were U, at her home Thursday afternoon ., and Mr. and Mrs. Gordon the courage and enterprise to invest time, money and hard work,in

richer patron may run up much : but hundred. of trustworthy statesmen guests of Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Harris Nov. 18. Mrs. Jessie Mor- Wadsworth were shopping in the search for better things, And if America's producers understand

bigger bills, but they remain bills. and stateswomen ready to car at Green Cove Springs over gan had charge of the programand Jacksonville Tuesday of last week. each other and each other's problem., we'll be able to do thereal'

Bills have no place in the Jonesmith ry 'on. Dishonesty !n. school is a the week-end. the Royal Service material Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Colemanand important jobs better. Central Electric Co., Schenectady. I'.

code. Nothing that Isn't simple and preparation for older and more responsible Mr. and Mrs. Woodrow Hol- was used. The topic for the daughter Joyce spent the H.arh,General Electric radio prosram"Th G-E All-sirl Orchcttra"SundirHp

square and fair has .opportunities to cheat. Ingsworth and children of Palat- month is, "Paganism A Challengeto week-end with relatives Winter .m.EWT.NBC-"The World Today"news.every weekday 6.4J P m.E*\ T.CBi

Honest Person Exceptional. life honest ka spent Sunday with Mr. and The Christian Witness". Different Haven.
Keep your own as as
Now is It not amazing that in you can. It is hard not to tell lies Mrs. Arch Dobbs parts were read by members Mrs W. M. Norwood left BUY WAR BONDS

this day of civilization honesty in these days-social lies telephone Mrs. Iola Barrett and Miss Sid- and each reminded that over Thursday for a few days visit

should be so rare that those who lie*. It is hard to market honestly ney1 Walker of Jacksonville were halt of the world's population la with relatives at Tampa. GENERAL |j| ELECTRIC

live by It are marked persons?, Because for if a tradesman, says unexpectedly guests of Mr. and Mrs. P. D. pagan, and these pagan people Mr. and Mra. Andy Wall re-

of course we all mean to be "Do you want a nve-rlb roast?" Fanoher Sunday..

honest we try to practice honesty or "I can leave you two extra poundsof Pfo. Garland Godwin left Sun- I, --

ourselves and inculcate the principles coffee" It takes real courage'to day.for New River N.C.., "
of strict honesty among our stiffen one's back and say "Thank Word 'was received recently

children. Yet truth remains the you. no were In this national effortto that Cadet Marshall Bouvler Jr. Have' a Coca-Cola = Swell work Leatherneck
In human dealings.
great rarity stabilize food distribution and I'd was a patient In the Naval Station ,
This week I had a letter from a rather not" For the maddening lonpital m New Orleans; La. As I II

woman In Illinois who 1* determinedto thing Is that the next customer Is apt soon as released from there be

be honest It seems to me this to grab the extra supplies and no 111 be transferred to the University -

new light that has com to her .U questions asked! of S. C at Columbia for

worth passing along. DUBcnlt le Admit Dishonesty. further training in the Air Corps.
"These are the days." writes LouMary Mr. and Mrs. Lester Dobbe
But remember; It was Just as hard
Fuller, "in which we maywell Mrs. Dobbs'
spent Sunday visiting
tremble for civilization. Nobody for you. at five, to keep your small
can guess what is going to be band out of that box of candy. "it mother Mrs. R. M. Alvarei at

the outcome of this war; nobody 1* not your, It'* George'." your Pine Level.
can say whether the men who rise mother said firmly,."and I don't let Mrs. J. Lv Williams has returned -

to power In the making of the peace George take your things, you know," from a visit to St. Petersburg.

will be honest men or whetherany It was Just as hard to gay "I did'' I

human being alive Is competent when the question of who broke into PINK LEVEL i'I

today to decide upon settlements the n ebox was raised. It wa By Mrs:n.' M. MeRate .
boundaries'reprisals, national obligations lust asf hard not to look when the I

and national rights. Much unknown girl next to you surreptitiously Rev. W. E. Hall of' Green Cove

less the hundreds of ambitious, held out a printed paper Springs, filled his regular ap-

,blind politically minded men who In'the dreadful hour of bluebooks pointment at Pine Level church

will gather at the peace table for and finals. It was' Just as last week-end. Mrs' Hall rcould

endless months, perhaps years, of hard not to mail back to Ito rightful not be with us because of 'the :

deadlocks and disputes. owner the ring that was lying on serious illness of their daughter / I -'..

"Not all of them will be honest the public" washstand. Mrs. Eddie Murrhe In Glendale :

men., We can'only pray that there But it 1* because you resisted all Hospital Palatka. Their many

'may be a Lincoln; a Washington those time and a thousand more friends wish her a speedy recovery -

among them and that good will'in resisted the easy dishonesty that ,
the end prevail.- We know-In spiteof you have built up a character that Mn. Edith Croft and children..

aU,the eloquence we hear-we won't let you forge and steal and Ernestine and Ted of Lawtey.

know that we can't Impose our way He today. And It is upon that basis spent Saturday night and Sun-

of doing things 'upon.'mighty nations that the safety of, all your, life !is day with her parents, Mr and
like Russia and China nation rooted and upon such a basis alone Mrs W. R- Alford.

which, are in the throes of tremendous that,the ..fety.ol the world depends Mrs: T. N.. Norman. and little

social change, anyway and today We must be honest With son Gerald of Gum Branch were i

". anything but established ,in their respective other nations and with ourselves. visiting her parents :Mr. and Mrs. "
life and And If 'we Impress nothing else
: types of.national
H. M. McRae. Sunday afternoon.Rev. .
lawWe know now that we must upon our children's minds and character N' t\. ,
and Mrs.' O. J. Rauleraon.
fond illusions of *, we must Impress that
not if we foster any .
of Jacksonville Rev. 'and Mrs. E.
; how
establishing exacting promises of Some 20 years ago a woman always .at:. Teter and little, son, also 'of e' or to celebrate a victory at homeReturning L
.r democratic action from countries In- somewhat careless with mon
Jacksonville Mr. and Mrs. J. M.
herently and fundamentally incapable ey was standing on the open porch of '
Dlxon, Mr. and Mra. 1.. P.: Rafuae
national from the South Pacific
of understanding our an observation car while It was in with a captured Japanese
sword the
nrd O. D. Prevatt all of Lawtey. husky
Ideas We know already that empire full motion. She had four $20 bills
not be abolished and that were visiting Mr. and Mrst H. M. "I i Marine gals" ..co" /
will rolled in her hand. When she hearty greeting. Have a the
says proud
McRae afternoon family circle
at Crosby and s
imperial claims are apt compatiblewith reached her drawing-room the mon Sunday -.

the four freedoms.Can ey was gone. Lake. if: the kind of celebration he welcomes
most. home
Mr. Willie Mae McDuffle. of or on the lighting r .
Train Children Better. felt ashamed
woman in

"So we have 'to begin at the bot other years she bad bitter reason to parents New Orleans Mr. and Is lira.visiting W. R. her Al- fronts Coca-Cola stands for the pease that rr/r *6. ,_has become a universal

tom. Instead of at the top," the letter know the value of money, and, the lord
and her sl.ter.fra.. Elle .
I goes on. "We have to concede blamed herself for careles.-iness. sn"| 1 Lowe. symbol ol the American way of life. Bssaa

that we cnn't change men's hearts.or gave up the bills for lost But prceentry SiJs. Susie Locke of Lake k'.lutursl I fo popular n0*. *
the colored porter put( hi* head -
count on honesty In all the men sbbrevtstfoos.
Geneva. spent Saturday night and omio UNDU AUTHOIITT or THI to acquire
of all the nation that will meet at In the door; he wat.goir.j ttrnug: COCA-COIA COMPANY" V*
the asking everywhere. "D Sunday here with Mrs. Vesta Thai'* ..
that peace table even U our own cars STARKE COCA-COLA i cog"
delegates. are. you-aU lose some money**" My tck. 't BOTTLING Coe'c- called .
; Rev; W. E. Hall was a dinner <
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$ auance, August 4th 1841l auanc. August 4. It41.Oemcrlptlon at the courhou door on the flrnt
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Roast Leg of Lamb with Pear- ..
Mint Jelly Garnish

Boast Potatoes Gravy '- O* Yew Porll
.i !
Green Peas Rolls ":' e ,
Lettuce with French Dressing .- MACK FOOD FIGHT / GIANT OtgSALE .
Apricot Whig Cookies
root nEEDON .
''IOM T e j.
Reclpo Given 9

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Creamed Lamb and Peas: JSS stem r..... QuonUIr Rights Rarv.drlrr .
I cops cooked diced lamb
re'i I fight and a wrong ware : 1 medium onion sliced ........ Prices Good Thru Sat. Nov. 27

e lamb roast! If :yon want 4
the most out of :your meat 3 tablespoons butter Whole. Ib. _3So Fresh Pi I
the shank bon to the right of 2 cups leftover gravy HAMSBonela Shank End lb34c Fresh Sides lb. ._, 25q I:
fairer the thick meaty section M teaspoon ... Ib .,49a Whale Shoulder Ib. _25a I:
Worcestershire sauce Picnic., Ib. 290 Fresh Saua ..Ib'33e: :
right of the platter Salt and pepper to taste

W cup cooked Lamb Rib Sea Fresh SeaFoodCbops
Career I peas Grade A Corn-Fed Beef ---
|an Long ,3 green pepper rings cut In half in front of a Flying Fortress the.crew of men who Ib 39c Headless OceanShrimp i

luch Variety for I 6 slices pineapple" may fly her over Berlin some day. At the extreme left of the Whole LambShoulder SirloinPorterhouse Ib 33c

; Saute sliced onion in butter until landing row Is Sgt. Tlllman F. Hutto, son of Mr. and Mrs. L. S. Ib 24c Club .
Bait. Std.Oysters. .
Lamb Roast
Leg o' tender add gravy and season with Hutto of Starke who is now serving as an engineer-gunner after Veal Blade Chuck
T-Bone Esc
Worcestershire sauce. Add meal completing an Intensive course In combat flying at the Alexandria Roast Ib 25c or pt

I you plan-long and much- and peas. Cook Army Air Base, Alexandria La. Sgt. Hutto left several weeks ) Fla. Caught

ted career for :your: 'roasU. you slowly until heated ago with other members of the crew for duty oversea. and his Veal or Lamb Breast STEAKBoneless BlaeHsn (Ib 29c

\ got only: have delicious meal Salt through and add ) mother received a letter last week from "somewhete in England"BtaUng Slow Ib 18c M.d. SizeMallet

i 1 them laving but on you points will work: a won- Unniold pepper.noodle IF that he had Just arrived safely, "Came over by boat. Hada 3V4-4V4 Ib RoeillngChickens Ib 39c Ib ISc

roast leg of lamb for in ring and fill center very nice trip. England seems to be a very nice place but you Ib 45c Northern Pan Ready
I '
i it with lamb. can tell there is a war' on over here all right. I hope It will be Pure
U :you: have on Sunday: Brisket Whiting 17c
Garnish with Hutto wrote. His address Is S-Sgt. Tlllman F. Rump b 'r
baked In an ita over soon Sgt. Lard Ib 18c Roast Ib 41c Stew Ib 25c r
glory;: to a nice green pepper Hutto-34409948 Strauss. Prov. Group APO, 12514 care of Postmaster Skinless Northern Fish
rings and Chuck Fr.sh'
pineapple which has been
golden brown, New York N. Y. Fillets
slightly sauteed in fat. Wieners Ib 35e Roast Ib 27e Ram.h..lb2S
:you: can still have Red
31 there Is left from Pork Kidneys or
meat Monday no gravy the
by creaming op the meat,.add 4 tablespoons flour to the ITEMS FROM IRTO TRIBUTE TO LT. MOORE Brains l Ib 17e Texas Shipped DressedTURKEYS ,Perch. Ib 43c.

| leftover and butter or substitute in which the on The following items of interest Tribute' wan pald recently to Pork ib 51c' Mackerel

serving a noodle ion.is cooked stirring until lightly! concerning residents of Starke, 2nd Lt. William Howard Moore, Ears Ib Ills Steaks Ib 39c

ring and then have been released by the IRTC son of Mrs. DV.. Moore olTheresaa Boiling White Grade A Rlndless Rind-on Smo. Piece Fillet o!
bit with
11 talad.on Tuesday Yes there vegetable you have tit Camp Blanding: who "was found deadat Moat' I Ib It 16c Bacon Ib 41c Bacon Ib 25c Solo Ib 58c :

i deliciously different ways of Pvt. Thomas Lanthrtp. whose Camp Atterbury, Ind. on Deo. -'
Champion Mixed Dill Save Obelisk CouponsBollard's 1
Ing from just one cut of meat. wife lives on N. Weller St., has 3, 1942. Mrs Moore recently re- '

(wonderful' point-stretcher? Yes, been promoted to., the' rank of ceived a letter from Major Gen. Pickles 32'0 Jar 25c ( Flour, 5-Ibs 31c ;

d! Technician 5th Grade. eral E. M. Almond of the Headquarters

t't be scared of the leftovers Pvt. Wm. Zwoboda. whose wife 92nd Infantry Division, Sutwrbrand

i you chart your course ahead. a A lives at 614 E. 7th St., has been now stationed at Fort Huachua, OLEO FLOUR '

jvlnf the roast this three-way car promoted to the rank of Corp Arizona which was Lt. Moore's

r makes It an economical pun oral.Three old outfit, In which the'command- ib 17 cReadyMixed 20-lb 77 i ii

se> even for smaller families. awards of Good Conduct Ing officer said: Land O Sun 1
All Southern C' i
roper cooking prevents excess J Ribbons were made to men all "On Oct. 15 1943 the celebration OLEOib R I FLOUR

ikage Proper carving will of whom have wives living in of the first anniversary of
1 needless waste. A slow oven 4j- Starke. They are: 1st Sgt. James the re-actlvatlon of this division 29x taro() 85c '

| test for roasting to prevent Leftover lamb can be appetliingly M. Davis Staff Sgt. David S. will take place in the Sgt. Wells Swiff SIlT.r Enriched Wing '!

age served In a noodle rIDe which does Leppert, and Tech. Sgt. Manning Memorial Stadium at 0 A. M. Ata ALL-SWEET FLOUR'I

Koast Leg of Lamb. a splendid Job of extending the meat. H. Parnell. All three are assign special ceremony in the morn. Ib 23C 1 r

|hoot remove fell. Put leg skin Peas and the remainder of the gravy ed to a Military Police Unit. Ing we are paying tribute to your New Crop 10.ib. 51c i

kip on a rack in 'roasting pan. can go Into this ring alone with the son 2nd Lt. William Howard Lor.tfi Enriched

i with salt and pepper. If us11 cubed pieces of lamb. SGT. LEWIS RETURNS Moore, deceased in recognition of BREAD Blue 4 Ibs 33S RITZ

meat thermometer make an his faithful and; excellent serviceto !
Staff Sgt. Malcolm Lewis, son '
Into the roast, and insertof his country' as a member of Rose!
16-oz Be Ib 21C '
browned. Add 2 cups of water la of Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Lewis of,
thermometer so bulb this Division. It; !la felt that he
which a bouillon cube has been dis Brooker returned to his at
|dies center of roast and does not embodied in his, life as true a
No Points! Std. No Points! CitruaDONEY
solved. StalksCELERY
I on either bone or fat. Place Cook stirring constantly until Fort Hancock, N. J., last week spirit of heroism as any who Jumbo
thickened and smooth. after short furlough spent at '
i uncovered into slow a
a oven have fallen in the defense of Marmalade2lb !
I degrees until done. Three to The last of the lamb can be used home. This was Sgt Lewis'
their country on foreign fields of .
i hours Is the time limit required. effectively in a salad bowl Just if 2nd furlough since Pearl Harbor '15c
battle and we are using the occasion -
11 thermometer Is used the meat case there's still some of it left and he thoroughly enjoyed every of our anniversary to acknowledge -lb Jar 49C 2-lb Jar 29C

I done to medium when It registers Extend the meat smartly with fruits minute of it. He has been In the contribu .
I degrees or well done whe.i theennometer that are compatible: Army and in the Coast Artillery valuable Georgia S LOS Grapefruit _
tions he made to our nation's Plllsbury PancakeFloor
registers 180 degrees Lamb Salad Bowl. since March 14, 1941. He returned > YAM
defense. Jalco
pkg ,lOc no 2 lOc
i serving, garnish pear halves (Serves 6)) to camp on the "Champ- ,
Dters filled with mint Jelly and Ion" and was accompanied to Educator Std.'Tomato
2i! cups diced cold lamb LETTER FROM ITALY 5 lbs 19c
lit I cups diced celery Jacksonville by E. J. Lewis Allen Crux Ib 19c Juice no 2 lie

How to Carve Lamb. Lewis and A. L. Green Jr. Mrs Selma Thornton McCall V.lvo York Imperial Fancy Ptfllihd Stuart Post Toasties CornFlakes

|ne leg of lamb should be placed H cap chopped green pepper received a letter recently from Apples 2 lb23c
Coffee Ib 20'/2c Pecans Ib 47c Ige 71 &
6 slices red eLand
re the carver so that the shank LINK TRAINER :. her husband. Pvt., Z. W. McCall.
i Is to his right, and the thick. 1 cap mayonnaise Pfc. J. T. KIrkland, formerly of. sent V-mail from Italy on Oct. O' Sunshine N. C. CreenCabbage U S 1 Maine St Cut

''ty section to the right side of 1 tablespoon chopped mint Starke, graduated Nov. 15 from 21, which speaks for Itself: Milk 3 tall 25c Ib 5c Potatoes. 33 Beans no 2 lOc

platter. Different roasts will Place diced lamb in center of the Link Trainer Instructors "Just' a few lines to let you LOS Krunchr PnutBatter Long Island Idaho BakingPotatoes Blue Heaven '
always have the same surface bowl. diced in circle know I'm in Italy -.Ain getting
Arrange celery a Cauliflower, Ib 5c
wrmort because of the different around the School a 14-weeks course at along 'fine;;. W.-.> .ere the first Jar Peas no 2'12c

I and left legs. This,. however lamb; repeat using Moody Field da., where he U American troop to land in Italy. For Salads Cooking Canadian Red Bliss Std. Flat Pkg. I

,.i not affect the method of carv- chopped green stationed For entry into the I was ducking bombs while com- Mazola Ollp'27 Rutabagas 4tt Potatoes s.ibi 17c Salt 4 for lOc i

pepper. Cut appll class an Army I. Q. of 120 or ing ashore. Now you know why

Insert the carving fork firmly In in half; core and 110, with special aptitude was I haven't' been writing as often

large end of the leg and carveor slice crosswise. required. Pfc. Kirkland passed the as I did in Africa. Italy looks: rot SAMWASNIM HIgA-Testes

three lengthwise slices from Place the slices final examination, consisting of nothing like I thought It would.I or .

near thin aide Turn the roast around edge of 200 questions, with an average of would like to see it in peacetime rim TNINM OXYDOL r "S=
d:& it rests on the surface just salad bowl peel 93 percent second highest in the but it is anything but peace { lEVORY
The shank bone now points side up, and extending about an class. over here now.

he/from the platter. Insert the fork eighth of an inch over the side of During the 14 weeks the class "I sure will* be glad when It Lge 23c Sm 9 left
of the
roast Starting at bowl. Serve with mayonnaiseto
'shank was required to put in 1,000 Is over and I'm back home with
end .
slice down to the leg
which has been added chopped
time and the members -
Parallel slices be hours training you.. Love GIANT
may mint. .
UI the stitch bone is reached. Ones Lamb is inexpensive in both points were schooled in airplaneInstruments : ,

fcr' to three-eighths of an inch and money. compared with other navigation meteor- Wllbur,6" Spry Pound I BARS

desirable thickness. With the cuts of meat. Curry Is a natural ology, radio aids to navigation, i 1 I 4 t
0It radio voice procedure, map protection
Hill) In place run the knife seasoning for it: BafcroqInvttt 3 for ,
"I I.on, the fog bone releasing all the CAA 'r gulatlo"- ; and link: i1E 24c

Ina .. Lamb Curry: Pic. trainer maintenance.All I OR '1/ 14c

Inhere iamb leftover.from Sun- (Serves 6) link trainers at Moody :i. t Dime! ,.Out of 1NEW 23c

w Cut up the remainder of the Z pounds lamb,shoulder or Field receive periodic 'aIrplane .. S. *exy_Dollar in _
'mb In .breast rides that provide them with QUICK SUM IN
cubes and aerve'it thus: Maxwell HouseCOFFEE 1{
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Btarke, Fla.
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Pleasant Place To Spend
I Auto Accessories :-: Household Appliances "Delicious and Refreshing"
Your Leisure Hours

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All Forms of Insurance
Let, Us Bake Your Holiday Pies and Cakes Groceries ..
Please Phone 146 : :- Meats -:- Feeds -:- Fertilizers
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Member Florida National Group : vX,, To Keep Your Car In Good Repair

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Phone- 96 Always A Warm Welcome

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