Bradford County telegraph
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 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: December 3, 1943
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
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oclc - 33886096
notis - ADA7397
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System ID: UF00027795:02831
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'pg School i Certificates Awarded To Staff Assistants Holidays Bring 8 FHA Houses ,rt .Speaker 1I Practice Drill ';

{Be Held ,EniergedcyInH6usig ,Are Completed ?I For Air Raid \\1

,I To Be HeldA

BUS Weekly Here This WeekThe I .

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air raid drill" will
liketo diJ'lilng All of us have noticed the recent eight FHA JIOUHPS cotnpletd -
would :
Whc. he held In Starke Thursday night.
",x Influx of soldiers wives and this week, In Mrs. Bertha:
bolster the boa< Dec. t>. from 9:30: to 10:10: o'clock, \
Pcarce's subdivision'on South an<
young children into Starke. A)" ,
learn hOW to can free. a result rooms>' in Starke are ai Lafayette streets about t h r e < according to an announcement by "
i ink A, .T, Thomas Commander of the
be canned blocks from the would
they should a premium.,. .The pressure hat
an Citizens Defense Corps. Com,
their it >cea. be a credit to any city daring I
I time supply been so great that wan n }
the sanie: mantle, Thomas has also called
ot I
with delicious food, have :sary to establish, an emergrncj I war-time or, peace-time. All for a meeting ,of the, Citizens De.* ,
lei '' or them' are 8-bedroom houses and
at vthe Armory I
to do all ,theft dormitory fetise,Corps to'be held In his office ;'
ortunlty !
I Temple Ave, for'women and chll ; have a combination,living-dining 1
in Courthouse 8:30
the at :
., without cost by attending dren on a recent weekend.The room a' kitchen and bath. that In
M o'clock promptly on night
Laming school'which'!. open 1 Initiative-for: ,developing the All rooms have oak floors except ar order; to Iron out the details of

|esday, DEC> 8. 'in. the Home< emergency 'dormitory} warn taker the Kitchen, which, ban pine the practice drill.
by H. Charles Marotta, dlrectoi with Inlaid linoleum: They!' are '
Department of B. H A. H. Coordinating
General Blanding
mica : of the" usa Club:: operated bj, furnished with fuel oil cook stove,
Certificates were recently awarded a largeclass completing the Director of Action DI-
; the NCCS and arrangements were house heater and water heater
Red Cross Staff 'Assistants' Course conducted here. Shown above
vtslonu of the State Defense Council
course, under the super under his direction. water tank an electric refrigerator >> *
of V, R. Ferguson head (Deft, to right) are: Opal Donaldson Grace Locke Lucia Swanson: Constant telephone calla received all bathroom fixtures. includ in calling for this practice
the v'ocatlonal-Agrlcultura Mrs.. H. F. Vallery Betty Rapp, Mrs. Junius M. Smith (chalrmatt) at the club and the flow ol ing tile floor and tile tub. A linen LELAND. II1ATT. drill, ,stated that this wall "In
t Volunteer Special Services), Mrs. Arthur Ray Sue Bateman Eleanor with line with the) expresed policy of
of B. H. S., will'be taugh women, many ci\lIdren. coming cabinet la provided in addition to '
11"I Rosa C. Cook, Hom Mltsch Ruth Dunn and Marian Melaaner. Those who received certificates to the club seeking room roomy clothes closets. The kitchen WeHare'Head the Eastern Defense. and Fourth ,I
Allies teacher and will be( and are not shown in the picture were: :Mrs. Catherine I, made Mr. Marotta realize that the la fitted with built-in cabinets, Service Commands". The signals

every Wednesday nlght forks Frost, Mrs., Mattie Gahagan, Mjrs., Beulah Kostek. 'Mrs,Vernon Si!- l situation was urgent and jnunj; H. M. Wade construction super will be as follows Red 9:30 P.

. from 7 to 11. o'clock cox, Mrs. Eldridge Smith and Mrs. Sue :McQu ltan. I I I have no place, to sleep unlest' intendent for Plerson Sc Kirk :At Rotary Club M.. KWT; Blue 9:40 P. M.J: White .
All clear) 10:10.:
Important provision however, action was taken Immediately. Patrick, Gainesville contractorswho (.
L I the school must have thum He therefore, comtnuntcated: are building the houses, stat It was recently decided, that
of ten students and Pecan Prices with Mr. Mitchell( Field Director Wednesday that final inspection Leland W. Hlatt Btate'\Velfare there would be no more "sur.
must be "out-of-school"! stuI Scrap Drive of the American Red Cross at of the eight completed houses Commissioner and an ouUUmltnf. prl u'" blackouts but that each

I not members of B. H. S. Camp Blandlng -and discussed the would be made by FHA officials leader in youth, work in Florida area could continue to have "prac-
situation wUh 'lartm) offering alternative Thursday of this week. tice" drill "This practice air ,
: '
I at the Rotar ,
wasguest! speaker
Reach Peak
fcj.n\ are actually 'going to cat Nearing EndThe s Vellher' that provisions The other 12 houses! will be ClUb Wednesday. raid! drill", General Blending j
courses", Mr ,Fer ,, .. be matff In huts at camp completed and turned overto stated, "Is, to be a fully announceed l's
these of
In brief the !
tho.e' wun'ett children Giving a description exercise. with full it!
L "and anybody wh for : and their owners by about December newspaper
said beef do BO." clone of the National Scrap] The pecan sale at the" Farmers: since all gueet,houses were ,filled,, 15 Mr. Wade said. three types of public nsslstanci: and radio publicity giving; the !
L a may ,
to can two beeves for Drive on December 15 is draw Market, ,here Thursday brought' or that I ready has members are Into ing near, Progress is being made better prices than any pi'evloua: : other sleeping accommodations! ot' --old age assistance, aM 1 to the'<. time of each signal and every de
fusses, and sort of meal and the scrap Is piling up at the sale.There mat ssee, pillows, blanket,' 'etc.;' Hy Carleton blind and aid to dependent chlldren : tall. J'

bring want any canned.ii schools of the county states were 11,332 pounds sold acid ,arrangenf\''nts could be madeto 'Steals The Show' -Mr, Hiatt pointed out that. ,"The drill'' is ''called", he con ,I
they ol County Agent L. T Dyer Chairman at this sale, and the prices on the have them placed in the these funds now constitute' an important tinued "for the primary purposeof 1
hoped that the people of the Salvage Committee. leading varieties were: Stuarts, Armory. Special Service Officer Under date of" Nov. 22, "The payroll to needy person testing complete mobilization 4
[community will take' advan learn- Arrangements. have been made Success and Curtis 29 1-2 cents of Supplies approved; of the latter Forjte'% weekly paper edited and! In nil counties of the state of civilian protection forces with

of this opportunity and to to by Mr. Dyer to have the scraj per pound; Van Deman 29; plan and within'.two( Hours trucks: published by the' military person Speaking from his long exp r. in the shortest period of time and ,
to can properly pre- Mocey Maker and Kennedy out of Bland nel of the Valley Forge General lecce with young people Commissioner '
win th< hauled away from the schools were rolling Camp : on short no)lce" While the Gen I I
food and thus will help be soon after the 15th, and he I 181 28 1.2; Randall. 27 1.2; Tesche' ing with cots arid equipment and Hospital at Phoenexvllle PH., car Hlatt stated that much' eral's letter did not specify wheth.. '
Only meats can- asking principals of the school 26; seedlings 22 12. the dormitory was set up. ried a full story of the recent of the so-called present day dllnquency er the practice would be area- :

\Xi. Ferguson said as veget-- to notify him of the approxlmat Since several growers at the ; Thus again is another story un Fred Waring broadcast there over among young' boy. and wide ,or merely local. from the ? :
are too scarce. amount collected by.: that time. sale stated that harvesting had folded of initiative' and action ol NBC. Including the" "Variety girls/should be called rather de.lInqu'ency last lenience In his communtca- ", ':1

: Through the State Salvage,, De been., delayed and that they still' the mobilization\ of available community Show", In which Hy Carleton par ;.of parents and tit Clop (It is supposed that It will be '
ry of Vatican"Bei partment. five free, trips-one In have several thousand pounds o( resources* through the cooperation ticipated. Mrt= Carillon, whose community. He was associate! for thin entire area.,. "'11141 signalsfor '\
| Shown HereStory each of the Congressional District) pecans; to sell. It was decided to : of 'USO, the AmericanRed real name la!! Cohen Is the proprietor for ten years with the Florida this drill will come from the ''tr

of the State-! -will be: given jto the hold another sale here next Tue- Cross. thexAfmy, and a socially ot?the.,.,Columbia Military IndustrialSchool for boys at Information, Center bi' Jackson ,
'of' 'the Vatican'*. five winning boys to take' a full: day. which will be the last salt minded community, to' meet a Distributors In Starke. Marlonna and stated that man;: villa ,and Miami/' :

Jby the "March of Time",. day's ride:: on a new Liberty Ship; of the season. Growers are urgedto dire situation in a practical way After the broadcast the boys of the boys who ,get Into troubl
be shown at the USO Glut being launched, for collecting the get pecans to the market ,by Since suitable arrangements had a show of their' own and could be turned into useful nail! To Hire Caretaker. :
lId by the NCCS on Satur- most iron before December noon so as not to delay the sale could not be made for continueduse "The Forge"has this to say stuns, If someone would take :a
evening, Dec. '4, at 8 o'clock 15. Several scrap boys in this county; which will start at 2:30: P. M.\ ,of the Armory, Mr. Marotta about Carleton's participation on little Interest in them and try tc At Crosby CemeteryA
hers and their wives and all are competing! for this award. announced that women and children this program: divert their energies In the proper
and in emergency cases, will be direction. committee of 15 of Starke's
Starke Ferns "Much provided by
residents of is urged to assist ir Lost SoughtMiss comedy was
'I everyone the USO-NCCS. Mrs Parents who take advantage ol leading citizens-including the
housed at
of Pvt
unity are Invited. metal and., tit the ,appearance Hyman
this presentation, : getting all scrap December \ Grace Phelps, associate Dorothy Wilson has been placedIn Cohen, In typical latrine-duty ; their new-found wartime prosperity chairman I* A Rennolds, and
discussing cans to the schools by She to on whiskey Carl Johns, '
supervisor of the Farm Security charge of the ,dormitory garb. Ills clowning practicallystole spend money treasurer Mayor
arles Marotta, director oflub 15. will be on the premises at all the show When It was and night clubs can hardly be surprised Charles' Darby four ministers and

said: "This picture hat: Administration with headquarterson times: and will arrange necessary learned that he was formerly a if their young son or daughter police officer B. C. Holtzendort-
lar significance at,this time: Starke Will the second floor of the courthouse emergency quarters when member of Borah Bflnnlvltch's follows their example the are determined, not to lose the

the of the world are Hollywood" In asks the cooperation of needed. She may be reached byphone Harmonica Rascals In civilian life speaker stated He predicted, however good work already done at theCrosby
eyes readers of the Telegraph In locat by calling 176. that many of these. delinquent Lake Cemetery
d toward the Vatican. It I continued applause coaxed him Into
ya a hit t h erto unrevealed Gay PremiereA ing two large ferns belonging to In "announcing, .this service, playing several selections" boys and girls will later They recently mailed letters to
civil Mrs. Lorenzo (Breen. Mr. Marotta' said: find themselves and make good a number of people outside the
of ecclesiastical and real premiere-Just like In The FSA had a booth at therecent "We ask that all citizens cooperate parents If someone takes time: city limits of Starke, who have
:idle the Papal State The Hollywood-is to take place at c a Bradford County Fair and and refer women and Xmas Seal Sales and Interest enough) to s howthem not been reached former campaigns
closes with a series of," vivid special late show Friday night In order to make 'it as attractive Children: to th&NCCS especially.If ,Total $118:70 the right way.Commissioner' for funds, asking them to
Intimate studies of the Pope
Dec. 30th at 10:30: p. m., at the as possible Miss ,Phelps borrowed it Is late at,:night! and ,(it does Hiatt was accompanied kelp'out in' the worthy project.
[easing. hIs advisory body on Florida Theatre according te the ferns. At the close of the not appear that any other room A total of 118.70 has been to the meeting by L. 'ARennolds More than $30O has already been, ,

announcement made today by the Fair, the ferns were misplacedand Is available. MI".. Wilson will be realized from the sale of Tuberculosis of Starke local representative raised and spent, the letter states
management. who states thai have never yet been found. ready to attend to their basic : Bonds and Christmas Seals on the District. Five and It is their plan to keep a
iver Injured Hollywood stars Impersonated bj Anyone ,, who knows the where. needs, and provisions ,have been through Saturday Nov. 27, according Welfare Board., 'competent ,caretaker on. the
Train Crossing local; talent, will provide the glam abouts of the plants would do made to have diapers and, 'baby : to an announcement yesterday property at all times. who shall
who will adorn a great favor to call with nipples on by Mrs Glen Duke county
orous personages Miss Phelps milk : bottles Scouts Collect b e required to complete the program -
[wit Taylor Starke man who the; stage during the unusual en- her at 136 or s e. her at her hand". chairman.; already started and keep

an Ice truck for a Waldo ertalument.; office. "However, the NCCS Is much Mrs. Duke wishes to express her :Cigarette Fund the: cemetery In proper order as
*cq> is recovering from In- R. I, Brown of San Francisco more interested to have made appreciation for.' this prompt response Continue DriveThe becomes this sacred spot "

P received when the truck known'in entertainment circles M Catch Auto 'Thieves known to It all available rooms on the part of .the public Those who are willing to help
p he was driving was recently Ace" (High) Brownie has arrived I that are In the city and neighboring and urges all those who have not Boy Scout fund for the out, whether in the country or
M by a passenger-freight here to coach the ,various Saturday night police officersW. towns" Mr. Marotta continued. bought seals or bonds to do so as purchase of cigarettes for service In town, are requested to see or .
P on the G. S. & F. railroadnear tars" for their appearance here E. Thornton and Fred Sapp "It fa far more important that soon as possible men overseas now totals $30., write City Clerk Carl Johns,, who
f Mrs. Q. W.; Hlnson's at a special late show. arrested two soldiers' who had children and women live In a *p "Use Christmas Seals on all according to a report this week I. treasurer of the fund telling
(< 2 1-2 miles east of Hamp- To Spotlight "Celebrities" stolen a truck from H. E. Tucker comfortable room or apartment your mall" the chairman urges. by Van H. Garden who Is! as- him how much they will give and
The "celebrities" following the and were speeding toward Camp than in a dormitory which Isonly listing Scoutmaster Chas. H. Allen whether they would like to make

Was starting across the rail Hollywood custom will begin to Blandlng. for .the overflow and, 1st established Deputy CollectorA with the troop. The funds are their payments. monthly or an- 'f+

when the train knocked the arrive at the Florida Theatre in According to Police Chief A. L. only for the emergency. ollected In jars placed near cash ., r
oft the track. Mn Taylor automobiles at 10 p. m. and flood Alvarez they were down at,Blao-. holiday period." deputy collector from the Internal registers In leading business
lIIe theatre -entrance saw a "Many of'>,us'often wonder why Hitabllnhments here where customers
out of the ,vehlcle He lights will light; the ding Center when they Revenue office in Jacksonville Building ChangedTo
CUt on the bead and arm. while mIcrophones and truck speeding across the street. women 'cornea torn, .Starke ,when are asked to, drop their
:flU taken to the Alachua amplifiers will be used in Introduclog Thinking perhaps It might be there Is'no' place for,them. Why will be at the Bradford loose change". The Scouts plano House Painting' ,j \

''T Hospital, GaInesville,' by the guests as they alight hauling whiskey they ,followedthe don't they stay home. From a County courthouse ,all day Saturday write to some of I the cigarette
of view, the Dec.. 4 for the North Carolina for of the difficulty In securing ;
Douglas Hardy and: Mrs. from! their cars to enter.the the truck until they caught it psychological point purposeof houses In Because
Warren. about a mile out on Road 43, re- reason' Is not difficult. to underHand assisting taxpayers in the prep price quotations, so that as many a permit at this time to .,1,
'I vt atre.. to fifty "favorites" ttoiing toe truck to Mr. Tucker ," Mr. Marotta said. "Camp arationof Form 1040 ES an estimated -. tlgarettes may be sent for the erect a building In which to house 'J
( Some forty and air are and turning the soldiers over to Blandlng ls a, new trainee center return of Income for the money as possible, The public ,Is heir beautiful large painting. 1){
t The Library of the screen be, stage Impersonated. Including the M. Pa. (Continued on pace eight):: year 1943. eked to contribute generously to The' Feast of' Belshaxzar' Mr. i
expected to Vivian his cause and Mrs. /. T. Quigley sponsors I ,
WAKES THE DOC- Judy of the Gospel Tabernacle are ,
Martha Ray., I
I h8 by Paul DeKrulf. ThUl Leigh Oracle Allen.Garbo Ginger IMPORTANT DATES FOR BRADFORD COUNTIANS WHO ARE CorrectionThearticle making a few changes la, the old I Ib
airy Kaiser, of the Pact Lass Pitts, Greta Kate Smith INTERESTED IN HEALTH nilldlng to provide such room.

," t, who does thing. In aSLRE Rogers Joan DavIs Blondell concerning the deathf They.are-'- taking off ,the old tin ,
-'Y. Katherine Hepburn Joan Fetchit. W. J. Ward in last week's Issue roof and putting on a new{ as-, ,
IS YOUR WAR. by Laurel and Hardy. Stepln The State Board ''of Health's Mobile X-ray Unit Will Give Free Chest of the Telegraph contained cites and at the same time '
Crosby '
I ok Pyle. Out of :the fox- Amos and Andy, Bing Duck. Betty X-rays-As Follows: ',, leveral error. Mr. Ward was ,1S2 raising the roof two or three feet., i

ii the author shared with Gene Autrey. Donald Musi- ,rears of age Instead of 29, as This,, additional space will be
others. DEC. 13
: and from his heart Orable and many MONDAYtf for the present to take
own stated He died at 7:20 P.. 'M. adequate
utht to the ,folks back elans; and all other talented will per-be Health Center, Starke-2 P. M. to 4 'P. M.{ 7 p, M. to.9 P. M.. .l" Sunday Instead of Sunday morn- care of the painting. ;,f 'I j

m'. com, the story,of our MMIS: of ',the community this unusual r I", {. ag, and funeral services were Russel ,Judd 1* doing 1 the ma- t '
tail. first big campaign elected( to take part In TUESDAYJDEC.. 14. held at the Oak Grove Baptist Mjnry. and Charlie Powell the I

*ad. presentation .> City Hall Lawtey-9 A..M.'to1.2; M ..? ,> ..J -< j A .; Church Instead of' China Grove carpenter work.Johnny t
["BED WE CRY la- ft'first For the convenience and Tickets benefit r Brooker Community Hall-l'-Mjtx4/ P.-JM.) ; 7 P. M.. to 9, P. M. lIS> r reported
10 by Aka Chase, actress of the public. Special t Simmons !'
ar, and author of 1947suenged on sale at the box '
will be put
and can WEDNESDAY, DEC. 15 Licenses SoldA .,'
/ best seller-Past office Tuesday. Dec. 7th. Center Starke-10 A. M.to 12 Noon Johnnie E., Simmons &-weeuold ,
ct.bR time Friday Health ,
l t'RNPY THE be secured until show Reno Colored School--5:30 P.-..)1. to 8 I?. S|. total of ,120 drivers' licenses' son of Pvt. and Mrs. Russell,
' IN DARK night. were Issued In Bradford County C. Simmons died of pneumonia
"jrtln Flavla la a sensitive .. CHILDRENS CLINIC luring November according,, to i unsay at the home of his grand- !:!
I "U-dlmensioned portrayal HouseMr. A E. K. and Mrsv Frank Sumo, f
4Jn Sells Negro bounty Judge Perryxdan. >rents, Mr.
'!" an ltfeIt.Is a Har, WILL BE HELD AT HEALTH CENTER ALL DAY :JAN. 20 Along the sporting line he re nero His father Is over-sea

nS e novel for 1943.1944. and Mrs. Glenn Wood recently Every Crippled Child Will Be Given Examination torted that' 116 State hunting II- Funeral services were conducted I :

lira Z.TRESPASSERS by sold through Frank C. Hol- Without Charge And Arrangements\Will Be, Made tales were sold B6 County hunt- from the home Monday at,' 1 P.

| CIIr: "Une Hobson and INDIGO iBgsworth. local real estate man. For Correction Of The Defect If At, All Possible. ng' licenses,. 19 fishing licenses 14., the Rev. Mr. Harper offtclatng. \-
sew Weston are among a' house and lot In Reno to Rose Lnd 9 County fur licenses. Thirty Interment was In the Crosby
a j books In the Library Leggette colored. The consideration THESE five marriage licenses were Issnd Lake cemetery, De Witt C. 'Jonealng
was $900. Mr/HoUUigsworth TELL YOUR FRIENDS ABOUT DIPORTAN:1': DATES last month. In Charge of arrangements


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LA WTEY, lough there and Mrs. SkolnIk wll THERESSA son last weekend,
HAMPTON remain there Indefinitely to be By M... Ida liases Mrs. Andrews
THE. BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH By Barbara: Hume By Coleman Phillips near her husband. Hagan Were and

CITY ELECTIONThe Word waa received recently by; Mr and Mrs M. Z. Sullivan of Saturday. valtlna III

F.dItabUllh 1877 L.1DIES COUNCIL the City &(.':', and Mrs. B. Hershfield that Miami, spent a few days recently Mr. and
Mra O. P. Wadsworth, lr., was annual electionof ; Mrs Brook
C. Sullivan.
with his brother,
MB.M.BBR.FLORJD hostess1 to the Ladles Council of of Lawtey will be held next Tuesday their! son, Pvt. Sidney Hershfield, family have returned !
\PRESS ASSOCIATION the Christian Church at'her Dec. 7, .,- the. city hall. J. had arrived safely In England.Mr. Miss Hazel Phillips spent theweekend bama where they f
In Jacksonville visiting
and Mrs. F. O. Beavers ot because Were
home Nov. 24. The H. Moore a former mayor, II of the
Wednesday, *
NAnorw. her aunt Mrs Margaret Gilbert e a tb
>11QRJAL.AS5OC.L\.1 e subject! was "Seekers for Free. again 'seeking :the Mayor's office Amerlcua, Ga., were for several Brooklngs' father, 0
G. W. Hinson and family en-
Louis 11. Hill, city days last week guests Of their: The
dom" and "How to"Become Free" unopposed. Christian
Joyed the cane grinding'at C, Sul Endeavor
Mr. atd Mrs
E. L. Matthews .__.,_.._ ___. Editor and Owner :&|ire. J. T. Guy offered 'a ,prayer clerk, U again 'unopposed while niece'N.and nephew llvan'sj Thursday night: 'of' last Thanksgiving party
and paper clippings and Bible In the marchahls race. IC. R W. North night of l last 'l'hUt
readings were read and commented Whitehead, who''has, served several M ', and Mrs. R. H. Tyson an week. qUite week Wet,
SUBSCRIPTION BATE on Individually. Topic questions years, is'opposed by J. TReddish. enjoying'' visits from their song, Earl Geiger, Seaman 1-0. has Rev Freddie disapPOinted bee

Yearly; 1.75j' ; Six Month, $1.00 were asked by the Leader,, The two council openIngs Edgar Tyson of Jacksonville and returned to Cocoa Beach after l could not attend.Dodd was *1
Mrs. Marjorie Wadsworth and the are being contested,by J. M Seaman Harry Tyson of Miami. spending ten days with. .his mother Othma
e Mattelat Incumbent, and A. M Mrs H. L Parker was called and friends. Sullivan, Be
FrliUy. and Entered a. Second Chase sentence prayers were led by Mrs: Reddish
Published, Weekly on last be Patsy Hall, of Starke, was visiting I was visitingbl
Jacksonville Saturday
R to
the Post Office at Starke, Florida. W. H. Griffin and closed by Mrs Lewi. H. C. Kelley and .J. faille!
of her grand. her aunt, Mrs. J. P. Dlckln- friends
May Sweeney. "For what we are Shuford. All citizens are urged cause,of the Illness here recent,,
most grateful", was answered by i to turn out and express theli daughter, :Mra.: Merrill Robinson.Mrs. .
each member. will as to who Is to serve them H., B. Grainger who hat
Your End Of The BargainThe After the business s&lslooMra.. for the next termlSOT. : been a guelt'of Mrs. J. G. God FUNERAL DIRECTOR

collection of salvaged materials is the homefront's Wadsworth served coffee,. hot r win, has returned to her home In My Many_Years Experience Makes It 4'osilble for Me to
chocolate and doughnuts. .
wartime job, just as.fighting' is the armed force's job, and Lawtey friends of Staff Ser and Mrs. Ralph Cox and MODERATE' PRICESDeWlTT snVICI

production of war goods is the factory front's job. BIRTHDAY PARTY gent Lloyd WJIkerson, son .of Mr. daughters, Cynthia and Prlscllla,

How efficiently are we performing our duties? Here is Mrs. Gordon Wadsworth, Jr.. and Mrs. K. (J,.. Wilkerson have are spending a ten-day leave will Starke C. JONES
honored her dauxb.tr, Mary Kathryn been pleased to see him on the their parents, Mr. and Mrs.. R. H Florida
the picture: with a party Monday after streets again after an absence of Cox: Lt. Cox is still stationec.
Fat salvage from households is running far below noon, Nov 21, her 4th birthday three years spent In the United at Camp Livingston,.La.

amounts anticipated, and the country is faced with a seri- anniversary. State Air Forces. The lasttw 'Mr. and Mra. Vance Geiger am
and other Arrangements of fall flowers years were spent:'In North Africa son, Bradley, of Jacksonville spent 'FOR'SAFETY., COMFORT AND ECONOMY
ous shortage of fats and oils for explosives, were used In decorating the home. where he has been decorated Thanksgiving and the remainder ..

war purposes. Present estimates are that. 1943 glycerine Thee. dining table was overlaid twice with the oak leaf; cluster of, the week: with, .Mr. and Mrs.... FLORIDA MOTOR''LINE

supplies will be approximately'?'' 14 million pounds below with a lace cloth and centered for' the part hqjian done In ex J. :II. Bradley.Mrs. .- BUSSESFOR
with flowers. The birthday cake terminating the.Nazis. Sgt..,Wll- Ben Cowart of Howell,, COURTEOUS CORRECT
known needs. was Iced white with pink and ke lIon graduated from the Bradford Ga., was a week-end guest of her PLEASE PHONE147fUMMAT .
Used tin cans-the only chemically pure tin availableto green decoration. High School in the class of brother and sister-in-law, Mr., and ,

make pain-saving hypodermic'containers, for our soldiers' Games were played during; the 1939 and-enlisted in the service on Mrs..W. N. North.' ..
afternoon with "Hidden Marbles"as Nov. 10, 1940. He will return Gerald W. Bouvier of Miami,, '
thousands of pounds short of actual re UNION BUS
first-aid kits-are one of the favorites. Billie to his post In'New Jersey for reclassification grandson of Mr. and Mrs. J., A... ,. STATIONLACY

.. quirements. Collections of metal scrap,. needed in tremendous Home,found the greatest number and will doubtlessbe Bouvier, spent last week at Camp CONWAY, Agent

quantities to make steel for the mills so that adequate and received a story book. assigned to training member Blanding where he ,was> Inducted

supplies of fighting equipment will roll off production lines, The little guests were Invited of the Air Force to relieve' more into the service. Monday he was Temple Are. Starke F0J|
Into the dining room,- where Mrs. boys overseas.. sent to Miami Beach for trainingIn
is today onlyabout! 60 percent of actual needs.In Wadsworth assisted by her sister the Air Corps.
addition to-fats, tin cans and scrap metal, we must Miss Marian Johns, and Mrs. Wilson week-end Miss Aline with Starling relatives spent in Jack Mrs. Bruce Norman and daughter -

now salvage waste paper and discarded clothing., Shipmentof May, served refreshments of sonville. Catherine, o f Jacksonville SEA FOODS CHICKEN DINNE
cake, assorted crackers and can- were guests) of Mrs. A. M. Rich-
bombs and shells depends on paper bands and containers. riles,-fruit punch and salted nuts. Donajy'Norman, who Is servingin at the arde and Mr.- and Mrs. H.. M. STEAKS '- CHOPS

Aircraft signals and parachute flares are made from waste Later, the gifts were 'openedand Naval the,Air Navy Station Sand stationed at Jacksonville, Rlcharde for Thanksgiving and DELICIOUS ,IRISH STEW
-all find admired and before leaving the week-end. ,
paper. Rations, blood plasma medicines, bullets- the week-end with his
each guest was presented, with spent Mr.' and Mrs. W.. W. Fish and
fronts in containers. Many brother-in-law. and sister, Prof
their to fighting paper
way block chewing gum and small children Sandra and Judith and TEMPTING TASTY SANDWICHES

of the nation's paper mills are slowing up, many have already American flags, placed In' center and Mr.Mrs.' and L.Mrs M,.*J.Sponholtz.L. Harrell Jr., :Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Randall, Jr., DELICIOUS HOME MADE PIES

shut down, for lack of waste paper. We are', running ao favors. of Jacksonville spent the week and son, John j III, of Jacksonvillewere v v II
'Those present were: Billy and I Thanksgiving guests of Mr
500,000 tons a month short. end here with relatives.Mr .
Spencer May, Connie and Joan; Shuford of and Mrs J. Ov Randall.Mr. A & A LUNCHEONETTE24Hour
An intensive drive for old clothing and rags is neededto Sweeney, Barbara Jean Matchett, Jacksonville, and Mrs Joe the weekendhere and Mrs. J. A. Bouvler spent
help people in liberated countries abroad, for relief pur-I Billy Horne and Jerry Wads- visiting: relatives and friend. the week-end at McIntosh with our ServiceIn

poses here at home, and to supply rags desperately needed. worth., Mrs. Agnes Sapp of Lake Butler :Mr. and Mrs. C. A. McRae. little Pat- Park Theatre Bldg.;, Starke, Flo
need Mrs E. E. Harding Mr. and was visiting relatives here Sat- ricia and Eleanor McRae. .
Clothing no may
in war industry plants. you Dur- granddaughters, accom panted I
Mrs. B. F. Harding and Mrs. urday and Sunday.Mrs. .
i save the life of some man, woman or child overseas,' giving rance of Jacksonville were Sunday James O. Godwin, of the them. home for a month's visit.

hope and the will to work for the better world we are all 'cue.... of Mr., and Mrs. M. L. State Farm was visiting here Saturday Mrs. M. C. Roberts Is visiting
fighting for.Problems. vVatterson. afternoon. her mother Mrs G. W. Hunter in Prppipt? Service CarefulStarke Dri
O. E. Cutshaw. of Bald- of Starke Gainesville.
Rev. S of collection, storage, processing and shipmentof win, was the guest of Mr. and were visiting relatives here Monday R. J. Kite was a business visitor

salvaged goods are tremendous. Mistakes are made, Mrs. T. F. Brown Sunday. afternoon. to Belle Glade over the week. Taxi Servi*

down individuals and agencies are blamed. Thatis Mrs. Lynn: Hall was In Palatka end.Lt. .
plans bog of last week. BAPTIST CHURCH Thomas Epting of Camp .
war's problem everywhere. Methods vary in almost' every Tuesday James Plckren and Edwin All are cordially Invited to attend Blanding visited Mr. and Mrs.J. .

county in the South-east. BUT EVERY COUNTY. HAS A Blakeslee. U. S. Navy, Lake City, the following services at the A.. Bouvier Sunday... Phone '',ISO
Lawtey Baptist church here each U O. Sheffield writes
LOCAL SALVAGE CHAIRMAN WHO KNOWS WHAT TO gold Joe StraUS6and Bob Blakeslee Chaplain ..
School at 10 A.
Sunday; Sunday that although, he had expected to
U.' S. Navy,, Jacksonville, ,
DO WITH EACH TYPE OF GOODS. ASK HIM. If'you at the Pickren home M. Preaching at 11 A. M. and be returned to the States after Day w .
were guests
don't know who he is{ contact your County Agent, who is a Sunday.Mr. 8 P. M., B. Y. P. U.. at 7 P.. M., his two years of service in
Individualwartime and Mrs.-Orlo Wiggins and and Prayer Meeting Wednesdayat Hawaii, it Is definitely decided
member.of the local salvage committee. It is the
M.METHODIST. for the
family, of Starke, visited Mr. and 8 P. that he will remain there
responsibility of every man, woman and child in Mrs; H. B. Wiggins Sunday. CHURCH duration. His brother-in-law. Lee

the nation to find out what to do-and do it. Sgt. and''' Mrs Hugh 1... Meyers, Sunday School 10 A.- M., Morn- Poynter. who will be pleasantly

That is democracy's way. of Matheravllle; La.r are visitingMr. ing Worship 11 o'clock, subject, remembered here will sail for' DRY CLEANING & TAILORING ]
and Mrs J. H. Meyers. "Communion Message.."'' Evening overseas during this month.
Mr. and Mrs.- Gordon Wads- Worship 7:30: P. M., subject "Our Edgar D. Mobley spent Thanksgiving Quick Service High Quality 1 Work
worth and family spent Thanksgiving Excu .".-Herbert Hazzard, pas In Sanford with Ala family.

UNCLE with Mrs. Kathyrn Marr, tor. I

of Jacksonville.Mr. Rtmtmbir BataanInvtit
JOE'SJ and Mrs. W. L Andrews FLA. STATE FARMBy. .

and son, Ronald 'were Chopping B.!: R. Bouvier .
In Gainesville Friday.C. A Dime Out of and Mrs. E. O. Edwards, Proprietors

-, A W L. May George, Frank and Mrs. David Skolnlk left Thursday .. Every Dollar in PHONE 135 315 TEMPLE AYE|
: Marvin Williams enjoyed a fishing for Lawton Olcla., to Join her
trip at "Cow Creek" recently. husband who Is at Fort Sill. Pvt. U.s.War Bonds STARKE FLORIDA
By J. li HARRELL Mrs. Dan Moore, of The reesa, Skolnlk'wilt spend .a. ten-day fur

a was theweekend guest oz net -
Y i sister, Mrs:T. F. Brown.
Twenty odd years ago one of couldn't come to work for,:three i Mrs. Gerald AdkInS and daugh-
little' friends said that .he '

loved my jacket for to a honey-bee sting him "'cause a yellow It days Most! of you-\ folks who have:all ter Sunday Jean with Helen Mrs.: and'J.Louise W. Priester, spent,, ,. ," :J: Have a "Coke': = Sit mask jouself tuis

Interest In the Army or Navy will of Lake Butler. ,
felt when the sting quit
so good
understand what I mean when I Turner and daughter "
: hurting. Mrs. Audrey (SIT DOWN, MAKE YOURSELF AT HOME)
say that,,Mrs. Wainwright (Billy of Jacksonville, were week
"Well, we old folks who sit at niother), put the big pot In the end guests of Mrs. Ava Turner
s home and worry and worry about little one when Billy'and his lit and Mrs. Blrt Hlnsoru Miss Ava 12w
our boys in the Army or Navyor I tle family came In. Also, all you Turner returned to Jacksonville e
what-have-you sure ''do feel farmers know It will never do'' to with them, for a visit with rela-
good when one of them comes I let a young horse get to a full ives. 1/
home on 4 furlough and we find feed trough. He'll eat so much Miss Madge Gay: of Jacksonville _
y him well and hearty. I suspect that that he'll get foundered. spent the week-end with her
', all other mothers are like my wife Well, I suspect that's just what parents Mr. and Mrs. O. D. Gay.
In..one way. That woman sure' U happened to Truby. Anyway, one Mrs. B. Cohen and son Merrill,
easy to get along with when ,one'of our mutual friends, John of Starke. spent Sunday with her

' of our boys comes homey ,on a ;,Wyrlck. said he passed by Truby'i parents, Mr. and Mrs.. W.. L. An-
visit, or even when she gets along 'home late one afternoon and saw Irews. -

letter from one. I him standing In the horse trough Mrs.. Gerald Adkhu Mrs :J. T.
For instance: About the middle with the spigot running full blast. Guy and Mrs. .Jim Adklns ,were
of last week Capt. Billie Then, 'thef' next morning; extra shopping in''Gainesville' Monday.

f Blllle and baby Beckle Mrs.1 early, he passed by again and B. Y. Saxon was In Jacksonville
, wright breezed In to Truby was atlll standing In .the on business Friday.
short leave with the water. and of
running Mrs. A. J, Santa eon
parents Mr. and Mrs. Truby L I've always heard that running Anthony were visiting Mrs. M.
Walnwrtght.. We Xjawteyltes were water was the only'sure cure L. Watteraon Monday. jar

L very glad' to see Capt. Blllle for the founder and I guess It Mr. and Mrs. Bob Touchton Y f t JW% ..g
again' and to meet his charming works 0.' K 'cause sure enough spent Thanksgiving and the week- 1 i r
J, wife. ;But the greatest pleasureof
-Truby came back to work this end at Bell., '
'air was' to meet .that little morning.P. Miss Ophelia Bryan enjoyed the II'reV -
' Beckle-.acute a package of lit -' Thanksgiving week-end at* Jasper.

t''Utt'Ir1; as I'ever did see. S.-Mr. and Mrs.t Llsh Walden Wadsworth, of the Merchant / ,.
f v-! fl am afraid however, that the WJlkerson are aU smiles now, Marines, stationed at St. stAhlr 1 h'N
+ pleasure (or extra eats) were too and they have a number one Petersburg, spent Sunday at t rsir.
''l; much for my friend Truby. He good excuse to be.. Their son home. I ..,;,, hl' eiy4 vfti -

Lloyd Is at home'' on furlough. Eugene Hall spent the week-end. 'l.

Be Quick To .TreatBronchitis Congratulations-'L4sh and Florida 10. Jacksonville with friends. '" J
-and If your hats are a little Miss Edna Dudley spent
too, small we'll not blame you Thanksgiving and the week-end

t for we Lritwteyltes are just -as with relatives at Newberry.GE7THE .' <* to know folks in' South Africa
1. proud of Lloyd as the French .. way i.
were of Joan of Arc, or the *
bronchitis If
I4 Chronic may develop
your cough cheat cold.or acute bronchitis American Colonials were of Molly 'Sit sewn, i*+kyontljtbom. says the hospitable South African to the visidogAmerican. '1
is not treated and you cannot Pitcher., Nuff'said. /

'- afford leas to takeachance potent than with Creomulsion any medicine NOTICE ''TO CReDITORS <&' s tF r sueE 4' .' **. <* "&_ >&.", says.his guest and he's understood at once. 1(, a / p

r right to the seat of the All persons having claim or d.- Et It,fOR ACID
trouble help loosen and expel germ manda *_lf .t the .Mtat of Jamea phrase that says,W'lfomt ".;ghlXw. from Capetown to Cape Cod The world '
Brownie. aUo known a.
laden phlegm and aid nature Inflamed, to I M. Bra,",'.., d_..ml. are h.rby INDIGESTIONCarpenter's _
soothe bronchial and mucous heal raw membranes.Creomulelon ,tender claim notified' In and the required office of to tbe fll.County their over'Coca-Cola Is the symbol of tbt ,..s. that rr/r A.;-the happy meeting

blends beechwood Judit of Bradford County. Florida, 1
creosote special process with other In the Courthouse at Stark.Florida, I ground foe kindly-minded strangers. ?_Coca Cdr"Coke
t- time tested medicines for coug .. within eight calendar month. from 5 -
It contains no narcotics. th. due of the first publication of
i' tor P
No matter how many medicines this notlo. or the *am wilL -'O"e lt'4 sucuni
void according to law. This November aotino UMOII AUTHOIITT. or THI COCA-COIA
Y you have tried tell your drugfltot to coarAHTSTARKE ay rtq -
IS m rhi"tA
s.,U you a bottle of Creomuliion with J. W. BROWNUCEVAdministrator !
the understanding you must like:: thoway o( the .*tt* of : COCA-COLA BOTTLING CO.
it quietly aliaye the cough per- Jam*. Milton Brownie. Jo known Store
r' seining rest and sleep,or you are to a. J. M. BrownU. d.c.a..d.tilP4t.11le. Drug
ave,your money: back. (Adv.. .. h ..,*)..c.cf.t

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APPLICATION FOR I 11'1..... Bradford County TelesrraphKhali IN CIIICVIT (.0(3eV. BRADFORD 1
:NOTICIO or publish this Order In next COUNTY. n.UHIUA L (MANICR. ; -
TAX DRieD I four weekly I J..u.... ( '
RADFORD SCHOOL JOURNAL House Bill No. 18CJ Wltneee my hand and of"rial Bert Hall. Plaintiff. v.. .,#11....
NOTICE 18 HEREBT 'GIVE!-*. meal at Starke Florida, this November sIc Hall. Defendant. base. Nix. 27V*.
that Clara Ma. Knight, the bolder I.th.. IM*. | ORDER OF PUBLICATION )
of the followlnr certificates ha. ,J. THOMAS I AND NOTICK TO APPEAR
filed Mid certificate* tor a tax A. Clerk of ....ld ,* I STATE OF FLORIDA to: Mellee-
deed to be iKBUCd. thereon. The (( IAL NEAL) ale Hall, whose. residence !I. Am-
certificate number and years of W C. Hardeety, Daytona Beach. Fla ... .. AVeit Virginia.You ,
STAFF srrssJ-a-n Sr sTsT r.grsrsirj j>flS R., Buster, Willa Jean, Freddie : Senior lueuance, the) description ot theproperty Atty. for Plf. liJ4t are required to appear osNovember
BiographiesJ. and the name .In which Sard., 1943. In the above
Editor-In-Chief Susie and Bobby T. having a bang-up I named Court and came, where)
Seesit"Oh it was a ........
: COlltT.
IN rlHCVlT .
Freddie WlmberJy party. Maybe they were celebrating A.. MARTINRZOn Certificate No. 170. Tear of Ii.B00cc "LentaU" I.N !CHAN County plaintiff Telegraph seeks divorce.hall Bradford publish I

co-Editor the good work Willa Jean and August ::22.,1926, J. A. Mar- Description AuftTUMt of 4,property 1941. Lot .' ofniock (:sitw. I thle Order In next four weeklyjaeuea.
Sewell Betty H. did as cheerleaders at 1, powllnf Hub-OIV. S....:... Victor Moore. Plaintiff, i
T1rg1flla what a beautiful morning tines was born,,In ;Tampa. At the Moor., Defendant. Case No. I Witness hand and official
I my
,. Twp. I 3. II. IS B. I 'I
SeDlar Biographies .'. 'til 7:30: came and I had to the game. ripe old age ;of four years, he Name In which masoned K. J. 1181lnnER OF' PtVBLICATtON .1 seal at Starke, Florida ,this Oo1 -
itflld, 1 .
fl8Jen, Robef\a\ W pull my weary bones out of bed Passed the door of current his moved to Starkew Two years Dowllnsr.. ANI NOTICR TO APPKAK I il.aob.r joth.. 193. A. J. Thomas.
ieW5 Marjorie Davis I and come back to the halls of tory class in time to hear Colette later he began school here with All of said property. helnst In the STATIC OF FLORIDA tot tleral- I I As Clerk of maid Court
Pountr' of Bradford, State of Flori din. Moore Fullortown Poet Office, ,
Peek ,
-- Darby B. H. S. After four dances I say "Ralph, is that lip stick on Miss Olive Ray:'as his first teacher. oiL lialtlniore. Maryland. I Knight. Knight, Btarke. Florida.SEAL) I

jflgnr'wilkinsonI was ready to sleep a week. "Pay- your face?" Sho nut, it was. The next yen he moved back Un1.... such according certificates to law Khali the heredeemed 1 You are required: to appear on AttI'10-it 4\0'il\ Plf.- (OFFICIA.
In the above
December 17th. 143
Lola' Blecha 4n for Who when, and where ? to' Tampa. where he- lived until In nuch certificate I -
Features my fun", says Sam. but i It Ralph property described named Court and iu e. wherein
Bio Caldwell, Jimmy Davis, was worth It, Saw June Patel out three years ago when he moved or ertlflvat will be cold to plaintiff e. ieke divorce. Bradford IN riHcriT COURT. DR'DFORD 'j
the wandering .
.Martin. especially the hlerheat bidder at the court ("....ntr: Telea-raph Khali publUh, this COI'NTY. FLOHIUAl IN CMANcuur.
It y ftfoa, Phyllis Homecoming dance. Wouldn't the State Farm way. Bernice back to Starke and entered the houiie door on the flrxt Monday In Order In next four weekly Ixnuee.-.I -- ,
f Melverna Thornton have missed McMillan's house objective freshman class ,at Bradford High month of January 1944. which I lathe Wl ne..n my hand and official Dorothea : Plaintiff, vs. Robert \
seeingeverybody for was the .
Lee Martin, I Ird., day of January 1944. seal at Htarke Florida, this Novem- Lynch: ,. Defendant.! Case No.
|bIt Martha anything the world. There was I believe. I School. Dated this 3rd.,. day of Novem- her Ulh "". *7B96RDKR 'I
argaret strIngfellow'Editorkil I of J. is ber. 1843. : A. J. THOMAS.., OF PtTBLICATlOW
quite a crowd alumni. Including It A. five feet eleven Inches
s naturally good to see An Ice A. j. THOMAS. A. Clerk of acid C'nllrt. I AND ;
Joe and Jacqueline Andrews, Sara back. These quick recuperationsare tall and has dark brown hair and Clerk of Circuit Court of Bradford (OFFICIAL I'1I11At.' ) STATIC. rJJo..1'PDtfE: :
Barefoot J. BJ. brown lie prefers good County.: Florida, '1' Frank Ixtndrum. Htarke; JPlorIta.Attorney Lynch ttltO Hampden Place, Bro.tx.
Denmark Mural wonderful things. eyes. OFFICIAL SRAL\ ) for Plaintiff. 11.S6-4C New York:
'I Brown Temple and husband A. Z.Adktne Mary Lee Overatreet, formerB. movies good books and footballto 11.24t : You are required. to appear n

I tm can salvage program Jr., showing off his newly H, S-er now in Macclenny. was people who talk too much and I I iv: i-OIlMTT.rmri'iT! FI.OflIltt eOIflTUI1AIFOilTh IN (' IA.>- December Court 8th. and 143. "..u.In .,the wiser aboveiiuniMl sin ,,

renewed and students acquired bars, Marie Register, not over a, few days She and. blondes. His: favorite colors are 1 C'lCMV. plaintiff' enkK. ..Ivnr..... PTH! <1f tI I
i 'an ago. brown and his IN CIRCUIT COUNT BRADFORD Olive Dupree. Plaintiff; v.; CharleaFrank County Telegraph ahitll publish j
avail- alumnus, but I blue; favorite foodIs
to bring someone we're COUNTY. FLORIDA IN .
n asked Coolidge were seen down in frontof Dupree Defendant. Came No. this Order In next four weekly le.sue
home. ;:always glad to see, Louise Snyder the Florida yellow rice and chicken. CHANCERY. CASE No. 2773 X7RB. .*;.
from Theatre.
J DOH8Y FORD, alan known a* VYItnena hand and officialseal ,
be i 1 I who'- says this Is the first time Upon graduation, he plans .to DOHHY FOTM, Plaintiff vs. JULIA OHDKR; OF PtTBLIOATIOM my
of the cans should Betty Hayes was up in the ANI> NOTICE TO APPEAR; at Htarke, Florida, this November
op. cans smashed ,she's, ever been back for Homecoming I go Into the Naval Air Corps or ANNIE FORE, and the clouds week- ORDKR till' PUWiaCATTON NONOTICW J. THOMAS.As ,
last nd. Her Marine Frank Dupree, whnive realdenoe la A
should also' bend Frances Peek Frances the Merchant Marines. We're all TO APPKAR STATE, .OKFI \ Clerk of laid Court "
line! cans 1444 St. Andrew .street, New Or- i
dried. This is to save Noegel Clark and so many othersI came'to see her and now all you : with you, J. A.:.. RllAt to Julia. Annie Kord. i lennn., LOuIsiana (OFFICIAL SEAL I
I You are required to appear on December 1 You are required to appear onDecember Knight A Knlg-ht, Starke, Flurisla.At13s. ,
can't begin to
name them. hear is "Fromthe ,
can singing
) ihlpplng space. Betty BErn. HOth, 11(43 In th. above named 17th, 1S43. In the above for PH. 11-8 St ll-J i iIN !
Itadents I Listen girls, and I'll let you halls ot Montezuma.. ." and i )itThILITO Court and caune. wherein plaintiff. named Court and cause,, wherein.
are asked to reIto .. divorce. Hartford County Telegraph .
in I eke plaintiff aeeka divorce,. llradfnrd : CIRCUIT COI'HT.CnUNTVt lintnFoitn ,
on something. Bobby is Betty was still
Biggs very
thin call. Please bring everybody else singing the "blues" I shall publUh this Order In next County Telegraph shall publish thin FI.OHIOAI IX CUA.VCKIIV. ,
I really a smooth dancer.. If you young .the Durling family moved four weekly leMiloe. Order. in next four weekly limuea.Wttneiia .. .
\ cans to your home room. don't befieve because report card week You from Lake where she Wltnee my liaml, and official, neal my hand and official' Carmine Bursrln, Non Conipoe M -
me, just come to tho City. was ,
Uer at Starke,. .Florida thle Nov" 17th tie. Jeenle Elll I her
tin heals tin saves Seal at *mark Florida. thin Nov by Whaley.
next dance and see for yourselves.Saw know how these things affect I I born to Cocoa. Florida, where 143. i ember. I4th., 1943. Buardlan, Petitioner, v... John 1'.

feeda" EDITOR.rade .- Mary Jo and Bunny leaving your social life-no dances for a ::they remained ,until Betty was A. J.Clerk Ttl'01'AS.A" of: maltS.1 Court.B. A. J. THOMAS, DlC Defendant..It OF PUBLICATION Caxe No 1758.OH .

the ..Y. W. after cleaning up month or two. four years old.: On her next expedition K. Ferryman, Starke Florida, Aa Clerk of said(OFFICIAL t'ourt. SEAL) AND NOTICE TO APPEAR

everything. The time was exactly she moved near Starke, Attorney for llaintlff.I T. Frank Landrum, Starke, Florida STATE OF FLORIDA tOI John P.
So 'til next week 1 .1.4tl1O.lV Bursrln whose realdenoe le Unknown -
News Atty. for I'''. ll4t
317.: You deserve orchids to say where she attended school through .--.1 .
the least. I'm your finger-creased Susie. I I the sixth grade. Hampton then You are required to appear on
leaves home II IN: CIRCUIT cornT, nRAnFoRD December 6th. In abvvenamed
our 143. the
In Young: I
.I received the Durllnga. It so COIJNTV' FLOHIUAI INthAN. I
Lora Crews
celebrated her cmrt'iT corivr, IIIIAMKOUH Court and <'au. wherein ,
this! week Inverness seventeenth not Girl Scout Poem happens that they still reside COuNTY' FLOHlMAt IN UIAN- ('IbJIIY.flatlle plaintiff eeka Order t 0 Vacate
birthday long I Mae Alford. Plaintiff' vs.Condi .
Good luck In your new c.nty Final Decree. 11 r.01 ford Co. II II'T.I.wr.ph
I think the .9thI ago. You should have had a t there. Betty went to school ttiere Charles n.' Hale. Plaintiff ".. Alford, Defendant, Can. No;' shall publish thin Order ;
j Frank! party Lora.Here's By Scribe Joan Carpenter through the ninth and came,backto Elisabeth Hale, pet'.ndant' Cane. No 27&0. In next four weekly leeuau.WltncMa .
I little bit hard- PITBLICATIOWAN1 .
will work a B. H. .8. to graduate. Uh. my" nd and officialseal
their representatives as a' T. L. for Howard We are the Girl Scouts, ORDER OF PUBLICATION RTATM APPHAK at Starke, Florida. this November -
OIT FLOIUDA to -oadle
) Ird.. 1114*.
Bradford". Let's'see how Runge. Heard. little gal In the We are not the Girl Sprouts .iety. he daughter of Mr and STATE AND! NOTICE OF FLORIDA TO APPEAR tot Milan-. Alford, whoa renklenc !. Dayton OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas I
class she l:4H." : C. A. DurlUg, plans to go whose resIdence In 109 Ohio, General Delivery.You As Cleric of Bald Court '
ad we can get this week, sophomore say that I We obey our orders t> th Hale,
are required to on '
appear Joe Hill William, Lake Butler,
tare snowed under in the thought you had the cutest smile Like sweet little daughters., to business school Upon completion Kant Stat.) Street. Sharon. Pennsylvania December 6, IB4H, In the above named I Fia.4tty, for Pit. ".S It lil>8 .
I of school but she hasn'tdecided Court andcause. wherein
high plaintIff
salvage contest. Don't she had ever seen.! These people We study our lessons You are required to appear on.J.n..arr *- I
seeks I
i divorce
towh.re she will In above and no other relief -I TO WHOM IT MAY tOCEllNsTAKu i .
at- the
as 8rd., 1D44
just I
Jlows ever eat anything but from Sanford have what It And ask the blessings. named Court and cause, wherein Bradford County TIII..ral.h.hal1 : NOTICE ItlH* V-S ;
.cgetables ? Or have you ...takes (Coach Riser) don't they? We are always cheerful. tend Macon ori. ,Jacksonville. plaintiff iieeka divorce,. Bradford four publish luauee.this Order In nest ,1 Tudor Ford Kn.T.\Jn.A18:: IS, ,
Wherever you might go, we wish County Telegraph shall publish this with an appraised value of l lass 1ft I
? Sam and I peeked the We're neveV tearful. Wltnea hand and official
1 energy to step on a can through lemuem. my: than 11,000 was ached In Pradfnrd III
Order In next four weekly
;RT MANNASSA, Jr..' curtain at Betty Hayes' and saw We are. kind to animals, 1 you the beat of luck always, Bet Wltnee my hand and official of seal November at Htarke, l43., Florida, this ..t. County, Florida October! It. 1941, J

Reporter. Paul Dlnklni Betty T., Jimmy We don't act like cannibals. I eat at loth.starkeL, I43.A.Florida. this November (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J.- Thomas for being 9. Chapter uaed 19101 In violation, Laws of of Florida Heotlon '

We go to church I ty.8th THOM> Aa Clerk. of maid Court. Acts of 1939, and that It U the
John '
J. Henderson. for Pit.liS
Intention of Id. .
>And catch speckled perch. Grade News8th A. Clerk of caM(OFFICIAL Court. SEAL) St It-t Director, State Beverage D.pa..t.m.nt II'f'

I We are the Girl Scouts, GRADE NEWS ITarnett Roth Camp: lu1andln. Fla. \ to. nell the property above.
Girl Atty. for 1'1(. ll-J6.4t IN rmrtriT rornr. imAnronnroiTKTV. denorlbed In front of the County 1
Not the thankful
Sprouts We to Caro-
are very FLOIIIDAI IV CHAN- Jail at Htarke, Florida, on December
NOTICEThe lyn Colson for bringing a newspaper CMHV. 7, 1943 at 10-00: A. M '
Ethel Hcott. Plaintiff v.. Harv.y The State Beverage. P.r..rtm.n't of
TRAVEL MONEYjWiJ Girl Scouts are going to every morning to our room. li'f rinrviT ("01'11'1'' nnADFOttnOI" Scott Defendant Ca-se. No 2741) Florida reserves. the re. 'I
begin -collecting: scrap paper, so In history we are making talkson. *- ..TY, FI.OHIU.1: ".I1A.M- ORDER OP PUBLICATION Jeot any and. all bid. ',;!
AND NOTICE TO APPEAR All pemorts claiming any right or r
'ha and to tEaT.Franois .
start saving for us. We will come : war are gclng con- STATE OF FLORIDA tot Harvey Interest In or to said property or '
SAFE. SIL around to house and get : tinue through the' year. Ferenc H n.dek, (Also Scott whoa residence Is Rochester, any part thereof are hereby required
'ulr4YT your known as Franrln' Henedek.) Plaintiff New York. to appear and tr snake claimwithin i
It-Scribe Carpenter. I Our room has several plants and V". Pupko Wlera, (Also known You are required to appear 'onDecember thirty (30) daya from the l
Christmas carda for Junior Red an Wlera I'upko Uutnian Defend 8Ih., 1043 In the above date of the first I publication of )
L WU CARRY ant. Ca. No. 1774ORDEJK named Court and cause. wherein this notice as provided for by Sac-'' r
Meet The Faculty Cross. We also' collected $4.45/ for OF rimuCATION plaintiff Heeks divorce.I Bradford Hon! 13 lir.pt, 19301, Law of
the fund. ANI NOTICE TO APPEAR County Telearraph shall puhllnh this Florida: Htate Bevoraae I
STATIC! OF VtiOKfDA ton Miss Order in next four weekly Indue*. Deportment of Florida, Talla. I
!KAH EXPRESS CHEQUES Mrs.. ALYS JOY GANS We have been bringing In quitea Pupko Wlera TRAVELERS Mr Cans was born in Irwin, number of tin cans for the sal lATlera Pupko utman) Corner of meal .t1r.rk.( : Florida, thla October and Interest In and to said property S r-
: Zulueta y Drasroneii, Havana Cuba., > th. shall cease and terminate.K. .
Iowa, and celebrates June 12 as vage drive and hop*-to get more. 'Tau' ....*. required to appear on (OVK'ICIAIf' SEAL' ) A. J. Thoma.A. .- W. PCARBOROtinH. 'h .
Ilmrone is on the go these dsr.-Business Tranlers-W. She graduatedfrom I We are very happy to have December18th.. ./ 1(48, In the above Clerk of said Court. Director, State Beverage Department ,
ITotker -Soldiers and Sailors-Visitors to csmps-Inductees her birthday. Demorest with.us. n"m .It tJnurt and "'"u"", wherein itt B. Harrison, .lavkmonVllle. Fla, of Florida, Tallaha....... Flor '
Mrs. R. back
-IDea tad women slike.T..ella crowded trains sad f imaied the University of Iowa In F. plaintiff eeekfl annulment of mar- : for Plf. 11-5 St 11-3 ida. 11-5 61 11.. :
State Marine She hoc been sick with a
bath has greatly increased the risk of lost or stolen travel funds. Iowa City and the

I Before you start It is a wise precaution to change your Laboratory at Lake Okobojl. cold.We are already reviewing for a a tjLET'S

mosey into American Express Travelers Cheques. They are Mrs. Cans has been teaching our k mid-term exams, and are

|fmdble| anywhere: like cash. But unlike cash if lost or stolen, her first year In B. H. S. about to shake out of our shoe
la brown
Iro r money i* refunded in full. Her favorite color *
Joe Montelth and Billy Smith, '
I lined in denominations of $10, $:ZO. $?O aDd $100. Cost and her favorite food is fried Reporters. ;

175 .Banks She has the ninth grade home
| Express OfflcesAMERICAN* ,
science and
EXPRESS English.room and teaches I The Senior Class was quite KEEP UP

to Mrs. pleased over the outcome of the
I I We are very glad have '
dance and reception Wednesday ,
TRAVELERS CHEQUES Cans as a member of the faculty ,
< night of last week, and wish to
take this opportunity thank the

-------- I I members of the class who so will- ( I

ingly fulfilled their,duties on the

different 'committees* )Ai few of

CHRISTMAS SPECIALS the outstanding ones are the ;

decorating cotnmtttro. .composedof THE GOOD WORK ::

I Mary Jo Caldwell, Melverna ,

Thornton. Philip Latzen. Howard

Runge, Edgar Wilkinson, Darby
Peek, Billy Colson and Wayne

Sargent, chairman; The field deco-
Come In Now And Avoid The Last Minute Rush rating committee composed of

Philip Latzen, J. A. Martinez, Roberta -

SPECIALS, FROM NOW 'TILL CHRISTMAS Howard Whitfleld:Manning, ,Virginia Bobby Turner Sewell THIS community has every right to bo proud

Emory Brown, John' L. Hall Paul
tho it i the for '
-" DlnkLns. Romeo Prescott, R. W way meeting appeal -

Mosaic Buster Bennett Wayne

OUR JVERY BEST $20 COLD WAVE PERMANENT Sargent, and Howard Runge. more pulpwood. We are proving that .we.can -

,We also wlslt;*.to thank the.

?THE, HEATLESS MIRACLE" $15.00 motb....'who made ,cookies J, ra. get out :the wood. Now lot's keep it cOl1iQ,

O. L. Beasley, who donated roses,

---- and Mrs. -A, W.-'Anderson, whoso 't'

well arranged ,them for us1., This" "isn't .
war won yet-not by a long shot.
1111.1'.708 Mar-
'' Thanks alg go
.., ez/iwi4j8A.4, ,.: !nd-donated 1he
.. ,. cupcftkes decorated -with our Our OyS.wili, be fighting for
OUR CREME PERMANENTS" ;, .. . ., . .. . . .. ., '$10.00 school colors, ',1fA y certainly will be
< ., 'Ji'*;' weie delicious. They needing ammunition food, medical ; :
BRING A FRIEND,"AND GET 2 FOR . . .'. .; ; > $15.DO Activities' 'In the< campaign to
elect Betty Gene ,Wade as "Mias
,supplies and all these things that are
p Cradford" have occupied much of ;

our time ,this week.': Although the
t' shipped; in paperboard containers made '
CREME OIL outcome will not be announced are
still have '
until Friday nlght'w. .

$7.50 .. . ; .. .55-50 our hopes. from pulpwood. ,
WAVE'. "'... .. .. f .. .. 's. :
.' .

Oth-PERKINS Pulpwood is our wartime job. Puipwood can

5.50 OIL PERMANENT WAVE .:-__________________________.$3.50 Here I am again after being .
away so long. When I got in this still be bottleneck
a holding' America's
.$2.75 up war
$3.50 RINGLETS .. __..-______-.-_------------------_--- morning I found we were havinga

class meeting in which we were effort Our responsibility is to that it does
alklng about Christmas) cards' to 'see t.

end overseas and about bringing

ALL WORK, DONE 'BY 'EXPERT, EXPERIENCED OPERATORS sugar.and: nuts to make candy for ,t. No boy shall die because we have failed. j.

T the boys in Camp Standing hos .

pital. W. also. discussed the '.
.-, :* ALLWORK GUARANTEED crowning1 of ''"Mlssv. <'Bradford", <

.Ie which will take place Friday NEWSPAPER" ( :

Call '18 Now! For Your Appointment night The, Dec.class 3.drew names for a ; .'

Christmas Party in: 'our homeroom : PULPWOOD

December 23. A limit of Jit-a-Cri\\

SO cents was placed: on the gifts. \

2&aui Salon Just before I close I would like COMMITTEE

c24 .
. } to say that Mrs. Perkins Just re- svn7lccalbcYInsrvic'I $

elved a. letter about. Tuberculosis )
PHONE ; CALL ST.. AT RAILROAD Seals and we surely, plan to buy -
18 some for we want to keep our ,

"n STARKE, FLA. Americana well and healthy.J. --

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'grains:. Mrs. V L. SturgUI And. Woman's Club be-under tlle dJrecUolI

I SOCIETY< and CLUBS 'Engaged Kershaw'Daniel Mrs. S. L. Johnson, finance; Mrs. To Honor A. Canova r end: that ices at I(
Mra Vining- "
Of interest toyman if friend here U A. Davis, beautification; chairman
---, -- __ Is the engagement of Miss Lily C. A. Knight, Saturday nigh All Army Wives committee. Also aeelttb of the
hostess chairman; and Mrs. Ethel Vining are gMrs
Mr, Mrs
Alias Kershaw 'daughterof C.
Engagement Is USO To Honor ___ and Mrs. Isaac, Holt Kershaw of Biggs, special parties.At Army wives will be honored by D. p Carpenter, kR I

AnnouncedAt National Official Louisville. Ky. .to' Mr.. William 'the close of the luncheon, the Woman's Club on Wednesday Adkins, MI's. K, G. "
discussed the dutiesof 'Dec. 8 at 3:30 o'clock R.' F.
Russell Daniel, son of, Mr and Mrs. Kincaid afternoon < : Demwest and azR:
Lovely. Party Miss Eleanor Wilson, Women'i Mrs. R. O. Daniel 'of Sarasota. each committee with Its chairman when a Christmas musical and Kincaid. J

Activities Director of the Army The'wedding"will'be1 an event of and plans for future events tea will be' given to which all Hostesses: Mrs' 1.. Q,
Mrs. Ethel M. Biggs and Mrs and Navy YMCA, will be the hon- January 29 la"Christ Church were made. Army wives are cordially Invited. Mrs. M. C, Mayhe, kn
L. A. Canova entertained 'at a ored, guest at a reception to be Cathedral, LoulsvtUe- The president of the Club, Mrs. Green M,,.. 1.. A. Davy"
Thanksgiving party* on Friday,, held in the USO Club, corner attended: the the Sgt. escorts her to the formal H., C. Hitch;' states that the J. W. Horne, Mrs' w ,
Nov. 26, at the home ot the former Temple and Washington Sts.,, Miss Kershaw Louisville and Is ,a dance at the ,USO-YWCA to' Christmas musical' program will dleton!, Mrs, Foster Shi SuI R,
on Walnut Street: The occasion Tuesday evening, Dec. 14, at 8 nlMy University night. Hear Maude (Mrs
proved to ba noi only a beau- graduate of:Western Kentucky
o'clock. W.. O.) Halle was quite generous
tiful ,seasonal event, but also an Miss Wilson has traveled extensively -' fi State Teachers) College. with the turkey she won, in ,the
for one ofStarke' Daniel Is1 well-known In TIP TOP SUPER
announcement party during the past 12 r' Mr. Telegraph' turkology contest last MARKETFANCY'

most popular young months, visiting all, major camp Starke. having made his home week ., ', First, she Invited .In
ladle areas In the country. Among her here before movinc,.with his par- some Camp Blanding ,friends' 'oi
Elaborate decorations suitable ents, to South Florida.' He is the couldn't
many accomplishments is the for- Mr. Hall 'a who get
to the ..easolplaced... In, the mation 'of the Girls' Service Or- i 'N 'X rYk grandson of the'late William Edwards home for Thanksgiving, then used :, : GREEN CABBAGE, lb. ,.
hall the living,a drdinlng\toom*, ganization of the USO. which now and Josephine Edwards, some of the white meat to make
all In accont/wlth-th*', first pioneer residents of this county.He ; and
has a membership of B7,OOO young sandwiches for: the USO

Thanksgiving On the wide mantle women, between the ages of 18 Is a graduate of the Univer wound up by remembering ,the SALT 2 Packages _._____
In the living room wa a miniature and 30, who serve aa social part- city of Florida, did graduate workat hungry editor with a couple of __
log cabin, a canoe, and\ miniature ners' for men In uniform. William and Mary College, and luscious sandwiches .. That's -
'and ears of Miss Clara Seasons of Wau- will be graduated I n February
turkey, pumpkins, The general public Is cordially certainly sharing, your, blessings,
shucked. Chrysanthemums chula whose engagement to RalphA. from the School of Theology at '
corn partly Invited to the reception. I'd say ARMOURS RICH ,
scarlet cenia berries and Nettles, Jr., of Starke and the University the South Se-

pine boughs also added to the hip of Miles Standlsh", was giv- Lakeland haa just been; announced. wanee. Tenn. Cans '
general effect In the va r Iou. en by Pitner Vandlvlere aa"John After being ordained,- Mr. Dan- Sponsors at .the Homecominggame ; ..MILK) 3 Tall - 2'
week'must have together ,
last got
rooms. Alden and Dotty Sue Biggs as Harley-Baggett iel will return to Florida where ,
Dotty Sue Biggs dressed aa a Priscilla Mulllns, each dressed In he' will be assistant'to the rector on what to wear, so Vel ,
colonial girl, and Nancy Light!oot colonial costumes. The actors Mr. and Mrs. A., H. Harley; of at St. Andrew's'Episcopal Church, did their outfits blend and 'complement -

dressed aa an Indian ,maid, received -, carried out their parts to perfec- Lawtey, announce the engagementand I.Ft. Pierce,' and.Iri! n I t.y, Vero each other Freddie
the guests at the door. tion and the audience gave them approaching marriage of Beach. ; CHESTERFIELDS, LUCKYS
the Abbie Ruth to In red, Betty Jean In blue, ,Eve-
Standing inside the hall were hearty applause.The their daughter, ,
hostesses, Mrs. Biggs and Mrs. highlight of the afternoonwas Sgt. William Lee Baggett of Mrs. Kincaid HostessTo lyn in gold and Marjorie In' gray CIGARETTES Carton $
Canova, each wearing colonial reached when Dotty Sue Shreveport La. The marriagewill were something to run ,home and $1

costumes, and giving .a cordial Biggs rolled In a teacart, centered take place In December. WSO.Leaders get your camera for ,'4 And who ...
welcome to their many guests. by a bowl of Autumn fruits, Miss Harley Is a graduate of I Army
the hasn't got a
"The landing of the pilgrims" and read the surprise announcement the Bradford ,County High School; Mrs. Jeanette Kfncald., newly heart says ?' ,, Sounds unbelievable
was read by Mrs. Luther O. Pow- '"Abbie and Bill will be marred and for the last few years has elected president'of the Women'aService USO but they>do say that they let CHASE &' SANBORN COFFEE, I lb. 28!
in December", The been connected with the Farm Se- Organization of the
ell; and was followed by all singing early Freeman Register (Inducted that
"America", with :Mrs. Wil- I full ranies bf the young couple curity Administration !in Staike.: was hostess at a luncheon Wed- day) out of Blanding for the ex-,

liam H. Thomson,Jr,, at the piano.A i are Minn Abbie Ruth Harley and Sgt. Baggett la'a son of Mr. nesday, given for the officers and' presa purpose of escorting Betty \\Q

group of old songs including, ,Sgt, William Lee Baggett. The and Mra. O. G. Baggett, of committee' chairmen of the organization Jean to the game I .,,.Too, too ,

"Over the River", "When You I.hostesses presented to the bride- Shreveport, La. He attended the ,- aa follows: considerate, I'd say From SHOWING
and I were Young" Maggie" and elect a handsome. salad plate, Shreveport public schools and' the Mrt' C. A. Knight, vlce-piesi- uow on I'm a firm believer In NOW
others were sung (in chorus, with I which matched her selected pat Loulslanna State University at dent; Mr.. L. W. Koch, secretary; fairy"tales Hear Buddy Bish-i
Mrs. Canova at the piano. As tern of china. As souvenirs of Baton Rouge. Sgt Baggett Iii Mra.V.. Q. Halle, treasurer; Mrs. op has arrived safely I In the' MANY ITEMS SUITABLE FOR

the last number' on the program, 'the occasion, the -guests were now at Camp Atterbury Ind.. but W. B. Sewell and 'Mrs. 0. L. Beas ,'"show me" state '. His, address 1
Mrs. Powell charmingly read given quaint colonial flgues hold- previously .was at Camp Blanding. ley social committee; Mrs. W. B. Is: Pvt. Harold 'Bishop, Co. HOLIDAY GIFTS
"When the Frost U on the Pumpkin" ing1' candies Wundy.: flowers: Mrs. J. Vf.: Heal- .

'The hostesses ,.assisted by Mrs, JUST ,ARRIVED: : Full, line of ey, publicity Mr., B.ertha Pearce: 'I'B derk, 27 Mo.Bn,,. CSCRTC. Camp Crow- ----M _. .n rr __,____,__
In the clever nut quiz, a num- O.. .'. ,Griffin Mrs. G W. Alder- 8-R<>red Lady Love slips.: Don't and Mrs. g.V.. Hayes, special "." :i' SELECTIONS
ber answered all the questions man, Mrs D. A Monteith Mar- forget .they'llgeli out .fl1'U uncheocg[ and dinners;' Mrs. R J, ,t WE ADVISE EARLY ,

"correctly they drew for the garet Monteith and Nancy Light- LEILA'S IHIKSS: SHOP. I :?avls. Sunday afternoon pio- Lt. Lillian (Army Nurse) Stump : I DUE TO SHORTAGE,, .MERCHANDISE:
and Mrs- Annie Lou God toot, served coffee, doughnuts and doesn't know what she's in for
prize _.. . .. _._
-- --- Q. - ----
favors -------- seat (thinks it might be'service ,
win was the fortunate person to pumpkin pie, and the were
receive a nut bowl filled with tiny U. S.' flags. overseas), btit she took a last ," "

nuts. In the word-building con This delightful party was en- Callstreet fling at luxury before depattlng ft Shavi'ng.Kjts .

test, "Day of Thanksgiving"' Miss Joyed by ,about fifty persons. Carolyn for Camp Tyson, Tenn., last Sat-
Clara Mae Harley was awardedthe --- r I tlday Hear she had breakfast % Bibles

prize.. I USE OVK i.tYAWAYplan _.. __ _.. I In bed every morning dur-
_-_______._-_-_------ --- '
A playlet entitled( "The Court. for Xmas LEILA'S Dress! Shop. u ing her 10-day leave! .Mary Candles 1 12 in.
I It It possible I've got my: dates ell without W. B. (till Kap Lee writes that the "roaming Dinner; ,
.. ,
r A
mixed and thla 1& really June f and Margaret Duncan comprisedthe Silvernalls" are in Missouri now, .
The sudden flurry of marriages only couple there Intact, with to where they whenced from Pine i Evening in, Paris Sets

"FLORIDA ICEBERG LETTUCE (No. 817)., t ', engagements announcements Eth-1 Biggs Jeanette Kincald H Camp, N, Y. "Only been herea
etc. has got me wonderIng N, Fairbanks and Florence Brown week, but 'the weather Is1 the Stuffed Animals; large
400,000 ready for transplanting .. bring your i
plants : If' somebody would just ,tilling In the gaps That's the best since we left Florida. Sun
truck and pick plants out of beds $1.25 per thous- come along: now and pull a good way things go -in wartime Starke almost blinded' 'us when we first d 'I.,.
old-fasbioned elopement, I know If one member of a family got here Hadn't seen :it: 'In *
.and. Special price per bed or ,,part oL bed., + .Ii,. calendar!; would die fibbing gets to a function they're doing : long" Ed's address 1st Lt. J& Fountain Pens,, very
: : I"
But all'j>klng..ufdel; the /good > M. Silvernall, 772nd Tank Bn., *% limited i amount
lovely party Ethel Biggs and : Fort Leonard Wood, Mo.; .
Also CHARLESTON; WAKEFIELD AND. GLORIA Mosa Canova gave to announce Spotted an' Jotted: Jack Halle's i Personal! nomination for the moat Xmas Candy

Abble) liar Icy'9 'engagement .t Cjgt. swanky new Oldamobile! coupe I attractive addition to Call) St.,;. in '
$c' CABBAGE PLANTS, 'WHITE BERMUDA ONION Bill Haggett deserves to go complete with white slJewalls ; repent months: Personable Margie Toilet, Water

PLANTS AND COLLARD PLANTS AT '{liE down In the annals Everyone 'n'everytblog Jewett Fogg i,Carter (The Stag), who always .
talking about what a good time visiting along Call St., and sportIng -* : seems to be In a good humor, ;
Market Price van had, no stuffiness or stickiness brand new Lt. ,bars Marjorie no matter what befalls Wish ii Perfumes ,,'.
and such a cozy atmosphereof Grlder wearing a lovely new r knew her secret .
I informality If all I heat engagement ring? Grace Os- }J' Colognes. in limited

; E. II. STEWART 1100 BrierfleJd' Drive, "TUE IONT' about the prospective should brldgegroom violate born showing friends a beautiful, Well,. guess l',l better sign off fl amount '
la we
true guess oversize silver 1 a t est
compact ;
now and write to Santa Claua. 'r
1 Florida." the rules and Congratulate( the gift from Ted Incidentally, Understand that If
West Side POST St. Jacksonville, you want a
rlde-to-be on being such a ;
> week-end events seem to lack mink ,
coat this have
.. One of Abble'a year you to
lucky girl
-" r -" vows Bill "behaves something since Grace dashes off get your letter in extra early! I Koch Drug Storft <
friends that
every Friday to spend till Monday So long, See you in the
Just 1 tke' they do "In the, books"Sends with Ted at'Atlantic BeachDoesn't next .,. ', ..' ;
candy and flowers on '. seem light withouther DEPARTMENT
(the provocation, and all i Carolyn.
slightest around tire football games and I DUTH
that sort of thing And then Us() festivities 'Ill'. : Hear Paul JUHTJtRI'ED-- ff REGISTERED PHARMACIST ALWAYS
t '. the, Raid gIrl friend. heaved a rated Rwellegant : Full line of WE CARRY A LARGE STOCK OF PRL'SCRIPTi0ITEMS |
Knight a promotion 1-gorcU Lady Lute (\
sllpa. Dpn't
V wistful slfth .rd salcf. Tut 1 '
he.wfeikt back to NBC
U wI'Jpn forget, they'll sell if
out fast!)
t\ guess I shouldn't complain '. 11' ? after his medical' discharge .
4 !,:EILA'S I
.3.3R4t .3Y a' '
My husband has promised me Seems he now has the' title of \.l :
box of candy when the next baby Junior Production Director and -
arrives!l" I'I
,Sp % has, full charge of programs\ during -
his eight-hour shift fig '
Hear tell the dinner party Ger" '' COME TO '
that he'Il'over
I fit' only worry now h. ,
.trude Beasley gave for the Thursday Sleep some day .
;Night Bridge' Club last week .
was the moat mis-matched (or --;'
Just to bolster my morale, no
perhaps) I should say un-iaaieh-'U( *
affair witnessed in these pails 14 doubt, (which !it /certainly did), JACOBS'AN

many'moons Seems Bob Dem- the editor has'given me >a letter
received from Irate subscriber
orest was there without Verna an
(till) Lonele Vlnlng without the week after my column was

Charley Lou, (visiting) .: Lois! dropped for a single. Issue' : SAVE
Adklns. without the Judge (judging Bear 'tis: _

out of town) Ethew Sew- '' '
: "Listen Bub-I ,just got the
Npvfl9 t issue of the Telegraphin
K which"'yon left out Carolyn MEN; 'SHIRTSWell
Salon Callstreet I'm:warning you
ctrl/a'i not to let that ever happen
vcctuiiANNOUNCES again. Leave 'out the front 'Tailored, NonwiltMena

page, all the ..a4vertlsements'Including
( the"" Fie 'Theatread Ladies & Childrens And Soft Collars

) or. all the announcement

of births, marriages and
The ,Arrival of Two' New Experienced motions of officers and' en-t' Clearance At Newest' Patterns & Colors

listed men, "but leave Carolyn -. '' <*'4 .,'.' ".. _
% INI .n .vt '
r, I Beauty ,Operators: George ManassaLt. -V' Greatly, Reduced : #;., .. > ,,Special' .
'i' '
,, 1' ., Signal,Corps ;/
: ; \ Prices
...J'\ 800 Greenwood Ave., N E. $1.89
RUTH .HASER Atlanta Georgia ,. .
I -
: CHECK Thanks, George ,> < .. If that .
,of Erie, Penn. LET US foesn't, rate .a ,pltein pay for :

ours truly. there just ain't. no .-. HOUSE SLIPPERS
;? 3' .I'r: ;i -:- YOUR FIREINSURANCE hopef ,.' v, -

..:it:: M '
Call '
SAM LONG NOwCharley Street -ups: Tot ,Tol-

.nanl diminutive ,bQi\d] ,la/is In Satins 'Leathers
of Detroit Mich. I loch's. Druggery,' did) a bit ,ofNncllblttlng & Chenilles _: :Variety. .of
Tuesday for Santa \
Claus, whom she...alleges has Styles.. ,&" Colors : X'V-; .

a been drafted! '. .\ r ,Tot pasted : .1$+
CALL 1 49 FOR APPOINTMENTS Xmas seals on her fens and ears Sizes : .

E. Johns and camouflaged "her chin 'witha 99C U '*'' '< *,
bunch of cotton'whiskers' 4 to 9 I P M,' ',

Agency Imagine the surprise of her b. t.. "" --

!illa's Beaut Salon Phone IS Starke. Fla. Sgt. Juunlor Boyd (Keystone A. "
V A. F.)-'wben be popped In during SHOP EARLY 'FOR CHRISTMAS'"ATJACOBS' :"''
the afternoon and{found Tot all
R.pnaaetlaa THE TRAVELERS) FIRE! decorated like a Christina '
,' up
,Starke, I Florida INSURANCE COMPANY Hartford tree '. Understand :shell btack ,125 Call St.

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Hat the terUlned by" Mr.. W. .B. Sewell ,
of "
S Miss Waver Davis returned M> E. S. Matthews !a pe"dlncthla the Recreational i "
NEWSlIi League PartyOn
EfS of will be followedby a'ttaraocn at 3SO o'clock. '
Sunday from Moultrte, Ga., where week In' Orlando with her; church. Supper Monday .. '
.. she spent a week with her par- on and daughter-in-law] DI,'. and Friday: evening, Nov. 10. a business and program meetIng at her home on North Walnut II;

ants Mr. and Mrs. B. C. Davis. Mr. H. B. McLendon. She was I Phillip Thorn entertained the ;. St. ,
Ada-m. Jr.. wb'?, Othma Haynes, Jr., Joe Andrews. Mrs. George B. Flynn went to accompanied; to Orlando,Saturday; members ,of the League of the Circle.Number Two will be en- I '
Jr., and J. E. .
commission at Forta Denmark Fort, Bennlng. Ga., yesterday and : by Mr. ,Matthews who U attending Methodist Chuch at a1 party at hit u I I'We
,.. on Nov. 23, left returned Monday to resume their will return Saturday accompaniedby Railroad Commission hearings lithe home on Cherry Street, Th' : "
I.sy for Yuma Arkona blsIatton. after studies at Emory-at-Oxford Ga., her mother Mrs. Emma jCan. I' southern part of the state. young folks enjoyed games and Are Exclusive Agents For
spending the
after spending a holidays In Starke. Thanksgiving ova, who has spent the past ,six BUY EARLY J Arriving; daily. then were served supper, and a '
It.ve here with hta parents weeks there with her daughter,, beautiful gifts. of lingerieline.. delicious dessert of strawberriei <
aDd Mrs A. Z..Adklns.lofiewell Chief Yeoman Sidney C. Alvarez :Mru.! R. G. Kidd. ndkrrrlilrf.,' cosmetics and nun.. and angel food cake. (. HALL MARKGREETING
been conJnedwith of Venturla, Calif., and
has- attack of Mrs W. A. Alvarez of Jackson Mrs. F, A. Brinson of Bainbridge m>ui other sugge.tlons..EiLA't/ Those..enjoying the party were:: .
tome an vile visited relatives and friendsIn Ga., Mrs. John Milton DRESS SHOPS Janet Anderson Carolyn 'Colsoa,, /
I for the W.pest A.,Sefl Moltt days of Starke recently. Brownlee and little daughter, friends of AI E. Wall.. Sr.; will Edith Manning Joan Ctfrpenler. CARDS < it

and Mis.and' p Miss Margie Middleton returnedto Catherine of Gainesville, were be glad] to know 'that he Is Improving Betty' Ann Flynn Carol White, ,1 i
veil' Va., *""""* """" the, Jacksonville Sunday after guests Sunday of Mrs. J. M.: after undergoing: an op Billy Smith, and Mr. and Mrs "
I ? Jacksonville Brownlee.] the Rev. and,! .!. SEE THE BEAUTIFUL
Julius L. Thorn and
eration In $t.. Luke' Hospital, ,
with their! ,IsterInChlll'ey spending a few days here with her I a CHRISTMAS GREETING f .
cently ] Moltt.i grandparents, Dr. and Mrs. W. E. Mrs. Earl H. Johnson la 'In Jacksonville, 'on, Nov. 23. Mr*. O. C. PowellSessionsNettles OF

rs. Rickard and Chaile Middleton. Durham. N. C., visiting: her hus- J. B. Rowe had as guests Sun- CARDS .NOW ON DISPLAY. .
i U Palatka spent Wednes- i Mis. Merrill Edwards and children band'ft parents. Mr. and Mrs. :Jay his daughter, Mm.. L e s lie "

StarktKwlUi: : : Mary Lou and Jerome, spent Johnson are expected to returnto B1r.r". ,, and Mrs.. Charles] Burton,, \
Thuisday, Mrs. S. L. Peek and last week In Jacksonville with her Starke the last.,of the week. and daughter-in-law, Mr*. Clyd Mr. and Mrs K*. K Sessions of VICTORMilitary e. :
nIeCe sister, Mrs. James T. Klnchen. Capt. and Mrs. J. W\ Brownleewere Rowe all of Jacksonville\ : and hi. i Wauchula announce the engagement Ir ; ,

Thorn, USO-YMCA ditto Mr. and Mrs. Jack Hunt and In Gainesville Sunday visiting two granddaughters. Barbara Sue and approaching marriage I
L. his home with an baby of Jacksonville, were' here Judge A. V. Long, who Is still Dlggs and Sandra Jean Rowe.W. of their daughter Clara to :Mr 1
of ill Influenza at complicated :last week visiting his parents confined to the Alachua] County L. Blalrr chief clerk In the Ralph A. Nettles Jr., son of Mr': ,. Supplies

facial Infection. I Mr. and Mrs. T. A. Hunt. Jack Hospital. Judge Long's friends local Rationing Board, returned and 'Irs.. Ralph A. Nettles 01Starke. '
Bud Mrs. O. W.White made Hunt Is 'employed In the Trust here are glad to know that he l Is Sunday after spending a 2-weeks''' The wedding will take
trip to Gainesville on II Department of the Florida Na- now much Improved. vacation at his old home In EI place some time In December. 129 W. CALL STREET '

ness tional Bank of Jacksonville. Mrs. Eugene Long Jr., left last Dorado. Kansas", his first trip Miss Sessions was graduated
Y'r; week for a visit with her brotherInlaw homo since coming .to Florida from the Wauchula High''' School 9-
and sister Capt. and Mrs. five years ago; and attended Flo rtda Souther?

IR.I M. Lee In Temple, Texas.J. Mr. and Mrs.>,Rudolph O. Nun- College for two years. She ii I Also ,

NAT SEZ: G. Alvarez AMM 3-c. spent nery returned'\last i week from now teaching school in Wauchula] .. FULL LINE OF CHRISTMAS :
the week-end here with his wife points In Alabama, where they i Mt.-Nettles attended high school :
When four people get together and small daughter. Sheila, and visited r latlveIJ. I in Starke and later 'served 'H GIFTS FOR ALL MEMBERS OF /.

p In Staike they usually break out his..mother Mrs. Frank Wilson, Mr. and Mr. O. Nunnery oj month In the Air Corps, most ot( THE FAMILY AND SERVICEM y"i. ,
In n game of bridge (or poker). and Mr. Wilson. He Is now sta- Jacksonville'spent Thanksgiving that time a* a gunnery Instructor ,: I
S nut It's dollar to doughnuts that tlon .d' At the! Naval Air Stationin Visiting Mr. and Mra Rudolph] at Buckingham Army Air Field,, "COME IN AND CONVINCE )

the tricks that Roosevelt, ChurchIll Sanford. Nunnery, W 'Johnson; Mrs. T.; Fort Myers. He received a medi YOURSELF '::1:;
Baker and Mrs,, H. V. Arnold cal discharge several weeks] ago
,. Stalin and Chiang are up to Mrs. Jimlua M. Smith returned ,
Lakelandby ]
and I* now employed In
S. O. Denmark on
with Wednesday from the Alachua Cpl. ,
ain't done cards. They may the Brown "'Produce Co. ,
from h a Const Artillery I
not be playing bridge but I bet County Hospital.l Gainesville, .
where she underwent Paso: In Key; West;, spent Thanksgiving "
they make a dummy out of an appen- Mr. and Circles
with hltt,parents WSCS, .
dectomy last week
Adolph before they get through. Mrs. P. S. Denmark. I f I ISTARKE
BUY EARLY! Arriving dally I To Meet MondayCircles R
Miss Quincy I
beautiful gifts of lingerie, llm-ii Ruby Lllley, of ,.
handkerchiefs" cosmetics and num- spent the Thanksgiving holidays of the Woman's, Missionary ;
eroiiM other lIulge..tlo! ,,, LKILA'S here with her biother-ln-law,, Society of the Methodist l v
DRESS SHOP Titus Olson. church] will meet Monday. Circle midnight Sat. Sun. Mon Tues. Dec. 5-6-7 ;,.aD I
\ Mra. L. A.Davis retu i'nod home One will, be entertained by MI',.

]last t week after a trip! to Columbus Q. C. Powell at a chicken supper,, ,; I
.' ---'l Ohio whClI' she attended the at 6:30: o'clock] In the evening, in JN ,
CZIiKSW ,.........- "enoial Convention' of the U. D. wt wtr I '
..... I _. C. ,! lint OUU LAY-AWAY plan \ I
err i I II I Mrs. E. K,. Ferryman, :! has returned for Xma LEILA'S .Dress Shop.TOP .,. '; i ;'}
home after .sperdln:: ;f f < :J
week: In Miami with her Ron, Com .
er Perryman, who W In the Army THAT .
Air Force. While away she aim Q i

:-. 1 visited her sister, Mrs C. ,F. Sayes. ,
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New L'AIGLON spring dresses 8'1 ,.,:,,', ,
is Shop early for the prettiest. rot '"
teni and ra';()n.." IXItiVS Dress ,
8 Shop. : I
of Cpl. John Qi klolton, who was ?t v, '
mluctecl into the'Attny 14 monthi' r' 1 '.yr !r
HEALTH ago and Is now stationed at the b ;' I
Maxton Army Air Base, I Marlon.V. Mm ';. .
1 BONDS I I './... I
I ; C., spent a few days herewith '
i his' uncle, and aunt, Mr. and L,, r < A 1b ,,
FOREMOSTPASTEURZED Mrs Freeman Register lie was' I
accompanied here; ,by his wife ",
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and they went to' Tampa lastweekend I 1 ,
for a visit with his en .

taronts.. ,
Mrs Alice Smith, of Thomasillo. .

MILK Ca.. and Mrs, Kllly Llmt-: And Your Strength and
viler, of El Dorado, Ark., were

Join A sl' -pleats last week **' the home of It m.y Energy t boo eausmd: I. Below by, dl.,,"Par'.. of kidney One: ,I
[ ? ( GOLD NUGGET their parents Mr. and Mrs. W. .function to aectimulat tti.. ....rmlt.for truly poi.nnou.wit. many. mnn.Symbot of Millions .

T. Jordan. people fenl tired weak. and mlerabl ,.with a 'heartful of love for a man to take with him ;. :
| Fr Ssauty Quality and Longer V/ecr. .. BUTTERMILK Staff Sgt. Arthur D, Boyd of when the kltlnoya fail to remeve.sossacid.
Camp Blending] was a Thanks- blood.. aDd o b.. wait nrntur from the wherever he goes...whatever he does.._ 't. :'1

Zlvlng guest In the home of Mr. You nay *..11'.r ....!!In. backache), I It'
IHOLE tJEe.; &xkt dl..ln_,
+ rheumatfe paJna baaduohra
PROOF #, and Mi*. O. W. White 8gt gflttfnc{ up night, \"g paina* wvlitng.8oro
"'oyd's hobby Is leather carving, tTrn.si (ir..usn.| and aoanty urination ;
ENJOY"Foremost's with/ marling and burning I..n- :

Now, more than ever before 'Union!O\d a carried recent! issue an Interesting of the Times account ot the h.klduvya r den l that or 'bladde.Than.hould nmnthinff bi' BO doubt. la that wrong prompttreatment with, i/tfrjt iJJ *PAUL LUKAS t

Holeproof Fine ,Stockings are of his artistic work. it wlavr thab ",,"laut. Us.Dons' Air treSmiMruittl do holy
Famous I'ilti. It la batter tr rly ft n-tnacttng
bad her ;
Mi'* Bertha Pearce as
the choice of the discriminating medicine that ban won country arljM an
pf Jut week her than ..omwfchlnir loan favorably
ICE CREAM TWIRL guest Wednesday i praY a on '
known Z/oan'c h.w.......0 trtd and t*.fcrvara. 's''< Woman. brother-in-law and 1atcr.| Mr. and ..,
I .d tt ny Ara at ail drug tor .
The New Taste SensationFOREMOST Mra. G. B. Phillips ,of Lake City. G.t D..a r today. 1e l 0'U1,u. R t1' WARNERWlnnw j:.
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of Jack. .
Mm. Nettle Simpson, -'' .. ....,
lonville spent Thanksgiving with of the.N.Y.Crtilc'd Aw.rJ f,the'y..,',D..l Floy'IGERALDINR
her mother, Mrsr,,O| W Johnson: ..
97c $1.04 $1.10Sternberg's Miss Annie Mat pearce of ...." FlTZGERALDAHALBWALLISruooocnoHLUCILE :'

Jncksonvllle, spent Thanksgiving' : -BEULAH BONDI-CEO COULOURIS-r] <"'i*>li .>rink,L.llua. MBU.MANI '
vlth her mother, Mra, llerthaPearcc ,MR rUf In OMKMU. H.mmnt AddU''..... a_ and. Do....."fc* tllllHi H.U...., MuM'if Mu SIMIM.
DAILIES of the SOUTH > D....aaHERMANyN11MLlN.MYwdk/nM. .....t...,
S. B. Sparks attended the'meetIn 4
Jacksonville! Fla.
?! pf Ute )Rejrlonal School Board ,AT LAST 'S Wed. Thura. Dec. 7. .. 8
Ansoclatlon at Verp Beach Wed
-* I ne day. And. as a ;member of vthc DOUI1LE FEATURE
Executive' Committee. h...also ate A Face Powder'that
:erd' " lonvllle Thursday. and 'STAYS
Police officer' Ben C. Holtzenlorf ] and STAYS & Hardy "
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having accumulated fou1
"THROUGH THESE PORTALS ,'days off" during ,the last twfnonths "BATTLE OF RUSSIA" 1 f

<< ,. spent Tuesday through'
Friday, of last, week!! "grindingsane" ,, ,

PASS THE* EST' OLDIERS ONt 1 g I of Starke.y on his!. farm 'twomlles went 'TANGEE.di I Sun. Mon = Dec. 5 6

-., O. W.. Johnson went to "AIR FORCE" t
G fiokionvllle. Friday to.'be wither \ Yt
.,EARTH daughter Mr*. V. L. Startiap} eaas..s..N
<< who Is confined to a hospital be- Tickets: Now ;

>aun of an InHiry 'recelve<| In an 1., "PNal-Ilnhhe clines for.afrw hew. For ,,x rf

AND LUtorooblle wreck' Thanksgiving 2. Help'..hide tiny fr..fcl...-glv' .. your ).
lay. She had both collar bones akin a tmooth, ielt "1.t.1'l-flnlih., LateShow J

"'rokeH and sustained other In- ,a.Non-eokhia.: even In.Hclil. wcortwr.
SOLDIERS WILL TELL YOU << jurIes, according to a telegram 4. COlOH-llINDID ,In'tin ler.ly y :'
t eceived. Another daughter. Mrs nr.f.l...Nnhh' sh ; Settle Simpson, who live In ,.fclonJ" .,brvnvtt,,.eI......... w ,

.l'.P.S.; : STORES f with Jacksonville her mother, bad (come but was for a called visit 150--: $100'' 4 tI SpecialFRIDAY :: .

tack to be'at Mr. Starling's bed-. Nils TAX

IS THE BEST PLACE TO DO 'YOUR I XMAS ide.Ronald and Joe Ann' Davis. DEC 10 10:30 P. M. 'ON STAGE '

: 'ounr 'son and daughter of Mr:
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tolling water .overturned on
hem, are botir out 'of the Alachua .

'f -'" -'" J .n ..4- .. bounty .-Hospital. and are 'getting Impersonated Cy Local People, .: .
; along nicely: "

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::::: I Mr* C. A. Grit f Is. --I and four lots In Brooker. and has every tablespoonful of fat saved I.ter' Indeed, would be his thoughts Thanksgiving eve a buffet supperwas i'I Sells Farm Home II

111I BROOKERBy Haxen Dan Boree and son Doyle, of already moved Into his home. The Is extracted the glycerine neces- :If he ran short of bullets In the served the service men under barber In the
[ ."..'pple LOU Jacksonville, were visiting Mrs. consideration was about S86S, It sary for the manufacture of four midst of battle for the same un the supervision of Mrs Brown, Rome J. rest i
: his
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of High Gene Grlffls Saturday afternoon.Mrs. was said.Mayor. bullets. Fats are also necessary patriotic reasons. and Thanksgiving afternoon Mrs. City Shop recently
Ifott Mott ofpother Ral t o r nvlslte Lyle C. Blow and son, for the manufacture of war drugs. "We therefore Join In urging f served coffee and pie. deuce and 64 acre of land ,just 'I
last week. Larry, have returned home after Requests "It Is the unshlrkable duty of I every Starke housewife to save Gahagan beyond the O. S. A: F. Railroad on
azen left Tuesday fo;r being In Monterey Calif., for every housewife in Starke to save least tablespoonful of fat On December 19 the Presbyterian Road 13 five miles south of ..
glee will enter the more than a year. Housewives To Save her used fats-vt. least one tablespoonful at one ,choir will sing' Christmas of
he Lester Slade Hamp
Starke butcherto 1 Starke, to
where for
day every .
deliver those per aft'.moon. after
Waste a d4I--.nd carols, In the late
rpe' and. children, Brooker Lots Sold Fats tat* to her butcher. It Is equallythe accept the fats she brings' to' I which members will be served I ton. The consideration was ap-
I.e' Green of butcher in him. By so doing they can materially proximately $800. Mr. Andrews astated
Mayor I duty every
Hazel.Saturday Chas. A ,
and Betty Darby promply the Center. Sunday af- '
Marie to GalnesvUle.S Under date of Nov. 16, V.. V. responded to Governor Holland's Starke to acc ttbose fats when aid In bringing everlStarke tea at Monday. He bought the ,
[ O. VY. Hazen Visited' Hazen purchased from G. W. recent plea urging Florida mayorsto the housewife Delivers them. Steps ,boy home at the earliest ternon toefore Christmas th\JRT; I property from C., C. Fredwlck of ,
and have been taken to: facilitate the possible moment"Church Choral Club will likewise delightthe
O. W. a' contact their local I : and
Hill Thursday. Hazen house and four lots In Putman Co.. two years ago. .
ter t chairmen to discuss and ,collection of these. fat from. the audience at the Center with
for several day ways been there since.Mrs. .
nmalned Brooker the consideration being I butcher, 7i' Center'Plana had living ever
lon, H S. lIazen. 1500. He has means of Intensifying the salvage' : ChristmAS carol. and
i isle Mr.
already moved Slade' ,
filth I Indeed parents ;
be the
Barry and collection of household fats, today "Bitter would
Mrs. Lloyd Into his new home, It was learned Holiday Activities formal will. be held "
and party
J win live
Jackie and a. Jointly, with Mr. L. T. DYer.J thought of a wounded service man Ar Mrs. C. McKinney
Wilbur. Hee11ennankaglvtng last week. The lots are 5, 6/7
Chairman Issued the following Wednesday eveningDec.. 22, And'rewa saldL In the .
Salvage Mr.
with, and 8 of block 22. Also on Nov. whose necessary sulfa drug was The Church Service Center on there. |
J Barry at Leesburg. 10, E. M.. Hazen sold to Eldon statement: I unavailable .because a Starke Church St., under the directionof I which will be a dance If the meantime the Andrews' will remain ,
ad Mrs. Roy Fishermgton .of Hardy lots 1. 11 and 12 of block "Hou ehold fats areas vital to ,housewife had poured her used Mrs.. Alice .Clapp Brown and floors are ready, and a Christmas on there until they locate a }
Springs reglvlll 13 In Brooker and V. V. Hazen the American Armed Forces as j' fats into the sink or because a Mrs Mattie Gahagan, has an interesting 1.tree will be held for service men suitable place to live. nearer
guests of Mr*. R. sold lot 2 In the same blocK. Thus I bullets for without fats there > butcher bad refused tp accept her I program under way for I Christmas night. Btarke.
and family. Mr. Hardy also purchased a house 'would be no bullets fired. From 'I fate, after she bad saved it. Bit- the holidays. Wednesday night,
Martha Evelyn Markey of; .. . -- I
spent Thanksgiving .. .
villa '' ," ,. ", .. .'
)lr, and Mrs. T. W. Markey. U S 1 Main

aDd I'mother H. Hazen. :Mrs.of Cahoon Jackson-of: Oranges by the POund, ,Gr H, 'J, K Brown Stamps ..'- PoSaBoes. t0-lbs 33c| I :

villa, visited relatives here Yes Oranges by the POUND not !
.jay of last week. t the dozen I Whyf Because by Expire Saturday, December 4 New Crop Go.Yams .
A. E. McKinney weight Is the logical way for you "
?. IIIId Mrs. relatives here to buy and for us to sell. It an 5 C 5 lbs 23c
larke visited orange doesn't have much lulc jy
Na6J M doesn't weigh much and you Idaho BakingPotatoes. j jwon't
byand Mrs. Artford Brown b. paying' for something\ GIANI. r 401ESAUrmccs \ ib 5c ,
i their son Billy In St. Vmi 1 YOU'Q not going to get Try this :
> ..:
Wed- new way ot buying citrus-by FOOOCENTERSi
Hospital, IN RtTAIL Calif. Crisp
the pound- U York Imperial!
and Thur s.d a y of last :
STO1R STORIS Apples' 2 ibs 23c Carrots bch, lOc

,_ Merle Gano of Camp California Long Island i
ding visited his parents over T E T L E Y "t

(week-end. If' Quantity >flights! Reserved Celery,jumbo tltk 15c Cauliflower Ib 15c
Tt Mott. John Mott and .
Banle c
N. C. Green ,
Mixes Polished Stuart

flock Jott i Bonnie and Clinic Infant Mott In visited daughter High Mrs.Springs at the O. PACKED Soup BY TETLEV TEA 3 for Z4c Prices Good Thru ,Sat, Dec. 4 Pecans ib 47c Cabbage Ib 5c ;

Jewett y. Fogg of Columbus- Lovett's Sirloin Pin n. Stexxks. Ib 39c Milk Fed,.;: Meaty Rib Chop Ib..._31c: cut Shoulders.Chop Ib. _.35a I

fand Miss Eunice Dempsey T-Bone. Club Steaks Ib..43e i Boneless, rolled Roast. Ib 35c PORKLan Hams. lb. .lb..3 c I
aide, were Thanksgiving 1 TendererEF Blad Boneless Chuck Pot Roast.Roast Ib.33c lb.27c VEAL: Veal Breast Stew Ib..-18c,J Sausage, lb..-.

i,of Mrs. J. P. Roberts and. --' .I Fresh Go. Hdmburger.lb 25q; ; Sirloin Steak lb_....._. 35c Sides. Ib.25e !

band Mrs. Norman Johns of ... I
w visited' Mrs. J. P.. Rob- '.sv' Skinned I y y/ Spanish. Mackerel I. Rind-on Smoked piece

I Saturday. -: .Short Shy. 3- Bacon ib 29c i j

(In. Carroll Atkinson and '. :I S : ":', :-. lt
len Ilene and Joyce Mrs ,, w 'L'am"6" ib 35c They're >running in the pound Select PorkBrains
[ and daughter (Mln- .r;,. s warm Gull waters oil t
Hazen .", ..r. :......_ I Florlda'.w.atcoastiW.! ib 19c "
JLOU,, Mrs Frances Tilghman. catch
< 24c: ..eery.. ,,' ,. bought a record at 21 '
Colson. Mrs., Raud '
G. B. L a bargain price you Pork
and ion Donald, Mrs. V., Fancy Whole can buy m while they if
nand children Kay ands Lamb Shoulders 4Ib 27 r last-hurry I Kidneys u> 17c
an4. Mrs. Earl Green were
ne v11le last week. 32c ; Extra Lnrq. S iso Ib 23c. Pork Back ;,{
Madeline of Wal- Tender Lamb Breast 1/nmh \ Riblets I .
i Crosby -, '-: ib 7c
|visited her parents over the Liver lb29c Stew f lb 18c '
Flo. Speckle Florida
-end. + Western t Pork
ib 35c
Banle Mott. Miss Bonnie +' .r.-ra Meaty tomb Rib Senior* Cut tomb: Trout ib 29c Bluefish ib 29c. Ears ib: 12c

t guests and John of Mrs.Mott Hugh were week-Rahn Kingan'a Tastt-Creom Chops ib 39.c Roast 'lb''c Baltimore. Std. Fancy Whole Fish Klngsn's. -

I Unity( at Raiford. Lard 2-lb airs 43c Oysters *pt 65c Roe ib '65cFlo. Chili'Ib 39c'
rL George Croft and daugh- T.KM Shipped. Dr..1Dd
|!trances of Jacksonville were Grade A SwissCheese ., Caught Headless Pan Klngon's PorkSausage

Iflnholster giving guests and family of Mrs.' An- Jib! 63c. +Turkeys_ o Small Size.: .lk i;,n 53c Whiting ib 17c Whiting ib. 19c ib 37c J'

and Mrs. J. W. Kelly and Western Select Beet 3W-4'/j Ib. Roasting 2-3lb. ..tHI.'''r Any Size H.aneeo Ocean Best PureLard I IKidneys

|liter and,Mrs.Judy Mike, Mrs.Tilghman Nora Sapp and, ib 19c Chickens ib 45c Fryers', ib 43c Mullet ib 17c Shrimp, ib 32c Mb ctn 18c ,;t''

!bter, Bobble, visited, relatives .
ICItsonvllle Sunday., Genuine Blue Rose A new canned meat-Honey Brand Standard QualityRice
and Mrs. Guy Plnholster

|daughter, Vivian of Jacksonand Loaf 35 Tomatoes 8 No. 25
Pvt. Guy Plnholater, Jr., 4 Pounds 33c Party t
I8IDI I visited Mrs. Rosa Pinter -

Sunday. ,
Fred Perkins was called For Guaranteed BakingPillsbury's Owl SodaCrackers 1!
(Tallahassee Thursday becausethe Now' You Can Buy MaJ.o.-B'Vilamins

| serious Illness of her .
er. J .
Clarence Strickland of La Best Hour At Low Lovett Prices: !
i visited her sister Mrs. R. ,** Mb Box JOe
[Hwen, Tuesday. Sibs 29c *&L
men W. C. Crosby-of Green Here they are folks-those fanjous>} Major-B Natural B Complex Vitamins now on sale in our r :

i Springs visited his parents Southern BiscuitFlour stores-at our iamous: 'n1on Y.r?having low prices., Feel fit as a,Major have Greater Energy, .

the week-end. Steadier Nerves, Better:lDigesti #;;', Start-'now to develop ,maximum energy and, build resistance .

GRAHAM '20-Ibs 77c. against fatigue. Keep a packs o.of: Major-B Vitamins on your dinner: table I I .

_| Bj c. and Mrs.! Mrs.Eva IL Strickland C. Surrency Land Flour O' Sunshine 20-ibs', 85c THIS PACKAGE OF MAJtffc-B_ VITAMINS BELONGS ON YOUR DINNER TABLE Pevlled I

Prasacola, are spending a few Plllsbury Cake Flout'D a _
with his parents,, Mr. and S .
H. C. Surrency. Snosheen pkg 26c
rue roue
<, and Mrs. Jimmie Imler andof vrrAM/NS a Big Shipment Just
Ground to your order- .coll..
Gainesville spent Sunday Iy Arrived)
l Urs. Imler's parents; Mr. Velvo co".-lb 20'/4c
jf Mrs J. H. Surrency,
g. Altman and daughter of Uovett's Enriched white ,
'** S. C., two
are spending
k[ with relatives here. Bread 16-oz 8cSPhf .Ic

*t Yarbrough; of Qalnes- a
pent Sunday here w!fh
( 1.lb '
and Mrs. Harley Sterling Z4c ., tf -'
i Ion, of Brooker. spent Sun- '

with Mr. and Mrs. H..L. St.rand 3.1."Feel\ Fit as a MajorDr. CRISP ,
t 6
Mrs. Norman Johns; of THE 'I AVOR 1\"fR\ 68cSWECTBZABT 1 Walter H. Eddy noted .nutrition sod, .I
'few, ipent Thanksgiving i ; vitamin authority says, "I have ma '-COca. 3.Ih.
Mrs. Johns'. mother Mrs.Pogg. plete laboratory tests on Major-B Complex.
SOUPSANIFLUSH ens and fully recommend! them tonsil! 68c.
and Mrs. J. B. Strickland mend women and children. P I
t a few with .
days recently
treats, Mr. and Mrs. A. 3 cakes "'io.CD Complex Vitamin* sre not,'yndietic $0....si9c .
YII. at the they ate a natural BComplex.eodcome t
State Farm.
111'1.[ Roy Bowman and 'son of t- : up to all government standard; : ', e I: V IIlVII.I.III.
lenny'pent with herw"r
I and family
Mr. Start now to fortify yourself your ,
Milliard Broughton. mealtime, vitamin
L. with these natural energy No2 12C
c. Smith and Mr. and
Henry *...*nd notice
Rogers and daughter
'Naldo, were visiting here Mon- Quick Easy. /!
For Pip For Cnorgyt
Jewett Fogg .of 'Camp I SanitaryLge t
wry t. Columbus Ind.. Is t MAJOR

leg Millie a leave Fogg1.with his'mother, 19c NATURAL I

and Mrs.,J''. p, Roberts and gc
1th of Broker, spent. Sunday VITAMINS.

Motives here sBOATBRAIN GET RID OFROACHES M--"'.MM>ly 100......... ,

.- 89 .. _ _ _ NO MORE AMMONIA IIt.t
*J Mrs. z. Z. GriffleL MillO' ("'<'1''''' ,,, Itl' fJo'd. V"r-m.m .quol ..n .,mounh 10 'hue ,.",01. 0 .
,e2..ve'.PPIr2OOt.W.r. ._ __.t p.eow ran ,_.O..C .t. was ss .7 rys
Opal MorreU has returned ... Try Zero I Replaces
hots after with '' .' G.-i ff.... sininonU (at borne
visiting her sisters.r _- '. :) ....,
C. W. Strickland '.and Mr*. '': ,
07.5 14rge Strickland, of Ebro. BEE BRAND ;. i 'w+...:_. srie..ai.i.;.;' ;.. w..roo r..Jr... .I___..t. --.-...'".AW"- ---- S a r t
( ded crowd from this section J>' Ar Quart 15C|

,... church at Bethel. church _
TJ day night Pkil9c DEDUCES OIRT TO NOTMIN ,
Joe Crims. Jr? who is at
'T ; furlough from Fort TU- r'
Y,. and Harvle Galney ,f -. ..

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_ _ _ Quarter (SWfe) of t II) o u the&eQuarter I Order In next four w..kly lasuea.Wltnesa I,Florida. toa.itI
SANTA CLAUS All rn Seetloel my hand and bfflcla The NorIlist' '
DiesBen (8EW
Lose Ben Sasser ,, (7 Pealat Starke Florida, this Novem I east ,. qUit
Tornadoes "Smart Shop"Winning sixteen. (18. Township ccv. )) 19t3.IOFFICIAL qtIsr5 'rYoWnahj0 8"1 0I or II\\.,
Kuittnuntalnlntf her 17th. I
LETTERS South. Hans twenty NIt.en 'I'W..
t Final Game Is NameThe Sasser .59, died Friday,; I aventy-lx 76) ann Clerk of SEAL said Court.A. J.' ThomaiA ., I Forty Tw.nty.Two 12%) (7)on 1". OOIb.

afternoon at two o'clock after '& Stocker, FU Which mare application or reus. will b.. baaed upon T. Frank Landrum Stark, Fla. .ppurt.nan acres. 'h'ur. or .,.!.-.....eo

i To High Springs official name of the new long illness. .Although in ba4< Dear ,Santa: the petition- for sale now on flit Atty. for Plf. !I.3 U', 'J3-J pur"u""t.. tl, 'Rid Mltld 1>::.'..10 ,

Although defeated! 19 to 7, the dress shop, opened In the fOrmelaW health he was employed (at Camp] Jus( a fwwoid' to try and express In,I tetted.ald Court.Dvcrmher. lut; 1 4X. i.v: nitci'iT cot'UT BIIAIIFOIID I'I.\ E. K andllib l' nRn'A11.1II I.
Blandlng; and worked up until the< "- AKDICLL D.: CHOSUY tOI5-t'>, Ft.OHlUA- IA CHAN. A.
late, Marcus F thank* the ale Ala.i.t
of the for
: Bradford Tornadoes. playing theli office time of his death. .our 1 1,' Bt n.31... qlla/o"dt..n'., (5jjy.. '. rt'dol i I'. C
last yea __ Plaintiff VIt A 'neiUliiaT. .
Ouy.Saie 'brought Charles Ulna
before Brown by Mrt and Mrs, things you -
last game ot the season :Mr. Sas er was born Ja Ala. They were just',.what, 'we wan tec IN TICS COfHT OF THH ('OUNTI Defvnuant.' t'inseNo.. STat. .... (-HMIT '0--; "
crowd.at Bradford Park is "The SmartShoppe" but most ,Df ..IllXifO.1IHAUKOHU COV1T*.. OHDKH ) ('('t'trv, roT' 511t
speLt Glenda ,
record chua County "'
a This ear' plsas* bring j jdoir .a Fl.Oltln.t. t' \ !) NOTICE TO APPIiAHSTATE 'C'icli ..0 It ,,
I Wednesday night, Nov. 24, gave women--Mrs. Mary Pearce Lam his life in Bradford County. iiwan ; n ckTacef.1'id;: clothes, Brln, I:> ItKl K.l....pt CLAHA (,ROlBY.DLKK OF. I-'OHIDA: .tu: ...gne''. Bill' West j. I'
......... ..' Itltig'Who. raldn Rout. Jot ,. PI.lnurr
an excellent account of them an\l.trs.: :Arthur pelollgubrrUt a,, .member of Hope Baptla me a vanity and'tiencb set, .I.vory; ', I1.'Tt'KItu.. !.! l.e.nai..eent.l'Joflcrl *> ,CI.AItA. 'Box 397 HealdsburgCalifornia... Ma.hn.r.'al"We..t, itt,
tying for Church at Therc&sa. where hi.. bed.y: and..a APPLICATION FOR You are required to "appear 0.January n Defennnt. (' :
winning name
thelr'"trongest opponent ted the ; color,.,to. match. itty ; .i :! OF1 In the above OROJoJ't' of. 'PPULII"o'
against ,
elves 3rd., 194V
] $ ,
lived. Thank you' for, the NlT1.E
of in merchandiseand necklace. and whervlaplaintiff
: Springs the prize $5 Nolle- 'I. hereby srlvvn to al named Court cause1. STATE
yearHigh '
the !:
? of. l his widow :Mrs. and' for seeks dlvorcwi Bradfor OJ FI.fIRItl'P
In 'addition to gifts the/'past. whomlt.uny concern that T J. Mat'hn..r
ful many
the aiM (
Going Into the tussle ai thai Under.do were both given Rachel Eaaser he. Js survived by: 'you.'b'tlng this'yeai., Vtk.stJuardian. of the IstOl.if Bounty: Te["aTi-aph chall weeklyIssues.publish thl..Order .. Wo.t1 wnoO, 'known. .. ..

&, Stack was hampered- by award Mrs. Sale ea.ld'yellterday# one son." ,J. W. Sasger' and i a Wishing everything' you' a very. Merry. Christ ( .Oar kla-a* <-..ro B..Uy nu.Dukes...... ,Incompetent ala knownan. ., % Wltneaa In next my hand four and official' .."at I n 5lst I lit.:; 811'.1.' I..-hl.nr... Anjp I..'s'I 1,

lack of experienced players In the Thirty br, 40 other clever" uameswel' brother Elliott S&IHer': of Fair maa and hoping to see. you..soor : wLlrthe'" 4th day of. JanuaryA. at Wiark: v l..I.\hl.\:: ,. this.. ''Uetivmum. .!' I y.u' ar. reuulreii,

II IIline. submitted in the. contest. banks. % Lots 'Of lOve always. J).. 1914.,11'orrynian..apply County to- the HiiorabliE.l. Judge In 'lat. 1048. A. '3, ,.V hennas.,iJV ,. : flawed January Brd., inu. I I: :.

the first half '*a4 all High ,Sale ladle. In the store, In 'ad Funeral Cervices were held Sunday Shirley. and'JGlenda:: arkerr and for<.\ld l County at Btarkir.'his office In .(L*FF1CIAL-813AK Clerk of 'Said Court.). v ,, .' ..,plaintiff Court P'Icr. and"."(.........
In 'UmYCourthoua* in ,
''Springs as they' powered their dition to .the manager, Mrs. Guy afternoon at .3 o'clock In ....- said County at iOOo'loek A1M.: Knight& Knluht," Marks: Florida. l oullty. Tel"Krollh $1i11 pub Ii
way lor! two touchdowns! and one :' Sale, are Mrs. Lillian Schlee and Hope' Baptist Church"- with' tbRe. < ,' : Starke, Fla, or a* aoon ,thereafter a* the matter.. f_. ......:--- ''f*"* ** 1134 : Order Witness/; In next Iny four .....kl'
'ex 'point. Starke literally Mrs. Mary Sue Hagstrom.: Mrs :official. Santa Claus: c..n'beh..ord..f..r authority to APPLICATION FOR seal at Stark! &! a..
ra I' .'. L. a. Hemingway Dear at public er prlvae Hale, the NOTICH.. Of br ''" Ihlt
> 2nd.
in .II.t
showered the field with purses Schlee is the' wife. of Cpl. J. J,. Ing-, assisted by the Rev. O. E.. I want a. mother and daughte lowInK dcrlbed real estate, TAX Hill KI-U hi'1413)t! ) I ',\ I: 194J.

quarterbut the Sandspur of th'e,1RTC., stationed ,set )(ar .cUal Hald County, towltfWcat'Half Me-natp OlVEiST. 'As'' 'Clerk *. 3. n
the first Schlee, Cutshaw of Hampton. -. doll dressmaking. a (WM of' Northw..tl.uarUI' "NOTICK IS HUKJSBY. of 1\111|| r nir:
'defense rendered Ineffeci I 'Blandlng.They art 'and nurse ut That Claud 1tow.,. holder .of 'l'ax F
at Camp Pall bearers were: Willie Oreen; typewriter doctor (NWVi except Oil. (1) the 2nd.,' Knight & ?. .
13 Cei-tlflcnte- KIlIIf
six .completions! out of Md.. Mrs. flags.trom's auiit' Northwest Corner (NW Ulb-I..U..d. $trli.
Baltimore. Happi.tlmMagic
live the from Zenaa Qrltfls, Albert fits 'and Fascinating day of Atia-uvt ha fIte.same Attys. for 1'1'
by &HS.N Pvt. P..J. flags- Ralph Galney .. Cor) fJIKbUllul'.d fqrty-: (HOI7ard.'Norlh In offluet and has, inadiapplloatlon
.attempt husband ISlate. AIMO.j my
puts 1 Griff, Gene Griffin lit n" d .Writing, at4.iuth, by th'rty."V tax deed to biIssued o----,-
Opening the necond bait .trail- trom, Is also with the IRTC'and desk ;. (06) Jut-da tgunt and Vet. thereon.for Said a. certificate embrace -
Tornadoes'round OhiO.. Joseph Starling alato all I2avt Half (KU,) ut North. thetIloWitbg? deacrlliedproperty
the from Warren, Donna FaySf'Brunell.HOLIDAYS ;
13 points, they are
West of NEW
'ng by Interment was In Hope Cemetery :: wvat. QuarterINWIs> In the County ot Bradford ,
click'and ,.
attack began to Mr: Same brother O r a>ham l'.ren .$z-neh. AI." SoulhwwatQuiiiter of Florida to-wlt: '.
{ I direction of Key ,
S ball under1 the (tiVV'U of, SouthwHatQuart.r Mec.. SHIPMENTDESK
the Woodlrtwn
48 In
relinquishing received I a NMi of Lot
without\ Sale who. Funeral Home.. (HW.) All In.tlon t S. n. 13 E.,,. .ontallII.A'r.a \ (
18 Twp
through McCabe "-
around and the ..mxtften (16) Tuwnshlpseyen <{<1) '
they marched medical discharge from Army,, more or lean. ,, '
Spring boys for a In ; While on .J .HERE' StMUh.: JUniBe Twenty ((20Js' KiiatlAUi The assessment of the said'prop'!"
.the High asalated the opening' IN HOUSINQ >7Northwe.t Quarter (NWVjfof.Nortnweat Mild certificate InifuPd -
score. Then, showing.an amazing I I a visit here..' He plans to' return Beer Truck '' Quarter (NWVi Section erty' under In the- name of F.' A,: -
;;; wa <
of fight they held their week-end to'his former position (Con:tin d' ,.page. one) twentyon* '(21 ToWnaJilpeven Fisher. ; ,
amount this Runs Amuck S .. (1) South nans'Twenty
against 'the Sllndspurs'next. I clerk .In Valdouta, (3O East,. cuntalnlng nit. hundred ',,. 1mbpssaid vrtlfldat0shall tbo'
ground as postal Mpst of- the. men have been. as redeemed according: t.... Jaw
threat forcing a kick. For Ga. Starke, bad a near rblackoul signed"'there only a month or more .aaventrnhiI.or leaaj"v'(1TV> acre- property described therein will be CALEND
bidder at the
the second time the Starke boya Thanksgiving night,, Berry Johns, This is usually. their first separa Commencing '. at the &louth..litCorner sold courthouse to the door highest on the fIrst Monday .
lUJ' Cor) of VectiChuroh
territory. ( .th
drove deep Into enemy Two FHA Houses city utility superintendent, stated; lion from their wives and family, land and rulinlna", Kaat In the monthf January, 1944; ALL

finally placing the ball In High' when a beer truck just outside Why can't we Jbs-together.;; fOr the' three hundred Seventy (370) which r.1* the :ltd. day -vt ,JanUnj-y. ( STYLES

Spring1 two yard line, first and Sold 'By Fer rrasw. limits whose drlvei be our meChristmas yards, thcnc North one hundred 1044 November, -
the east city holidays? This may ; r..rty(140) yards .thence. Vest. DA.ted this Z9th dayof
overloaded with lilt, three hundred (870) 1943. .
10. seemed to together, they say seventy yards
13-7'tn"their fa- T. Clute. realtor, has soldtwo thence "youth," on* hundred forty (OFFICIAL SEAL A. J. Thomas .IDEAL, CHRISTMAS GFOR
With the .,core wares ran'off the road j Jumped This wholesome -emotional ..strll.llllant (140) yard to point Sit berlnnlnsn -. Clerk of Circuit urt of Bradford SOLDIER
vor. -and knowing that,. a ,Starke more of the new FHA bouses a wide ditch, and, ran Into 'an confusion lets them. overlool Houtheant Quarter (SBVi of County. Florida, 111-3 4t 33.34NOTICE OR (enALSO
of the three being' erectedon Southeast Quarter-. SE%). AldoBeventy -
two (
the 'the
might COllt-tbem game E A''. pole-breaking! minor of sound reason: Arpi.ir\Tiojr FOB
acore Vln- R. ,- power the! point (70) yards crone (O acre of
: the Sand purs dug in and, held West Madison street for pole In two and knocking half Is there room>.for me 7 Whit deep across the South aide, of TAX n.lIu
everything the ent and Frank Farrara, ofrrank' Northeast -Q U... rt.r Nl-4): 'of House Rill No>. V4412NOTICIT
against truck. womei
for downs of Itover on the we should 1no.t. encourage Southeast Quarter (SEViAlao IS HEREBY OIVfi!>f. that
t had Once again,. before : Fine 'Foods.Orady considerably forvisits 8." ). S. Eunice the holder of the foUlowlnir '
: 'Tornadoes. The truck was and children, coming North Three quarter (N )' pf8outh.at
end of the gamer the Rldgeway has purchased under Quarter (WK'4J of certificates. filed saidcertificate SPEEDWAY
: final th'e 'one the extreme west lot damaged and was towed In we must with'sympathetic /$/Iouthwe. Quarter ($W 4) and .for a-tax deed to lie lamed I
and the
Sand pur scored : on by the J. W. 'Andrews Jford standing recognize their plight; North three quarter <:N4) .of thereon. The certificate nu>9t PAPER PUNC
tally was 19-7 in, their favor while Mrs. Marguerite F. Ware the-evening make to ease their Southwest Qua tar (SWV4) of acre t Cod year of Issuance the tie- ,
bought the middle house.. Both wrecker. Earlier In and; provisions. Houthoant! Quarter (SEMI. All In icrlptlon, of the property and the
High Springs< came, to Starke IRS in the same driver decided to turn situation Bo undefeated having downed their of the purchasers nave put es- In' 'front of the "easoDablybapP'd this holl went (7) South Range twenty .* follow: TWO-HOLE
with Mr..Clute amounts sufficient around right (20) East;: containingneventylx Certificate No. lilt Y..ar\ot"' laluance -
strongest opponent-Gainesville- row 'of Noegel Cafe on Temple .Avenue, day' pertodviW/:: -sure thi (76) acre moreor I...... August 4 1941. r- '
The general to take tare the'equityt which appllcntion will b* liaved up- Description of'Propertylints HT.
of 13-6. Noegels car of good-JwUl) towards 'mei $3.25
-by a score the had backed Into Billy spirit El ft.R. ,
) the Ferraras in'the houses, >n the petition for sale now on 19 In Woodlawn Sec. 13 Twp.
opinion among local fans was thatno in monthly which ,was' peacefuny'parked will prevail aa ;always in Stark< Clio In anld Court., 22 K., containing SO Acren NanlaIn
that visited here this season rest to be taken up around $75 worthof this '' Dated December' let, 1941.T. : which assessed: Marv K.i \Vard.Certlflcal .
team payments of less that $30 per there inflicting year. ? J. DUKES No. 109. Year,of I-:
displayed more sportsmanship nonth unless the owners .desire damage on It.: Mr. Marotta continued: "W US.St. 12-31 .Uuaidlan., ,,uinnce.. AiiiiUMt 4, 1941.. 't' SWINGLIXE
Sand' Property Lots 8(1( ;
the of
and clean playing than to: pay off the contracts earlier, It was claimed that ''the' truck have organized at the USONCC.SClub i.v rincriT 'Ot'RT- nn.nFOHiCOIMTY > 4 12 Description Woodlawn Sec. 13 Twp. 68.. (STAND: .\RI>)

spurs. stolen, and that the damageswere a group of soldiers' .wlvei I KLORIUAI 1> fHAN.CKUY. R.. 23 H.. containIng 20 Acres, Name .

Starke. although hampered by Worker was Inflicted while the truck who are making a complete survey Mary X.. Coleman.; Plaintiff. va. in All which of Said assessed property Unknown.being". In the. STAPLING

lack of experienced players .at the Shipyard was being driven by the'thief, of the whole city as to available David, A. ..Coleman Defendant. Case (Bounty of E-radtord, State of Florda. .

outset of the season has -given Meets With AccidentStanley However it was said' .tha the rooms and apartment 'apace. Vo. Z794. OF J"OKDER PUBLICATIONANnNOTICH Unless. Ouch certificate.or ..certlfl'ales MACHINES

a fine. account of itself under the owner of the truck agreed to We ask the residents of Starkc TO APPEAR shall b* redeemed according

tutelage of Coach: .Hobbs. The S. Noegel., employe of make good the damages In both to cooperate with us In this housing STATIc OP FLORIDA to: David. to' law. the property described. '? In $4.50
A. Coleman whose renldenc larllgh .uch certificate i or certificates will
Tornadoes have won 5 and lost 9, he St.- Johns River Shipbuilding cases. survey, BO that we,may properly Street Chester; South faro- he sold to the highest bidder at

piling up a total of 190 point to 2o.: in Jacksonville, suffered a direct-those who need roomi baYou he courthouse. door on the first
.ar. required to appear on )Monday In month of January 1&...
their opponents' 134. roken foot Sunday. Nov. 21 Leyel Church to vacancies.. Report your vacancies January 3rd.. 1944 In th.- above which I I. the Srd, day oC January GEM: CLIPS
while working as a "rigger", Pine to us at all times", the director lamed Court and ,cause,. wherein 1944. -. i, I
laintlff' seeks divorce Bradford Dated this 30th day'' of Nov m. ,
Huge Mustard While fastening 20 tons'of steel to, Plans Big Dinner ..... urged. ounty Teleirraph. shall publish this >er, 1943.'OFFICIAL.. ;. ARCH BOARDS
!a craneto be set up on a ship Drder In next four weekly l.Mues. SEAL' ) A. J. Thoman.

of of about a ton fell onhis 'Hall pastor announces Witness my hand and offiulal: lerk of Circuit Court of Bradford CLIP BOARDS
mustard grower me piece W. B.r '
Champion No Need To Fear al at StarkiFlorida. this November bounty Florida' 1,2-8 't. 1224.MASTER'S
-the current season Is Paul Ray-;. foot,, breaking the .cuboid that a public dinner will ,be held I Ilth. 1943. ,:,,-,,, ; MEMO ROLlS

.mond who. brought a fine specimen bone In his right foot. at Pine Level Baptist .Church, on Allotment Delay ([\OFFICIALlEAL. Clerk of/saId Court.) A. J.. Thomas. NOTICE, la hereby given SALE that under'

of the "smooth leaf" variety Mr. Noegel has been employed Sunday; Dec. 5. I,J. S. Harrison Jacksonville" Fla. and by virtue of a Final Deere. of DESK BLOTTER PI

tno the Telegraph office, last at the shipbuilding companyfor4 "The Rey. G., E. Hodges, pastor Prospective draftees no' longer Mty. -for- PIE-...:... 1J-3 St U-U ha'oreclnsur' Honorable mad A. and Z. Adkins rendered..Tudirnf by

week." ''The plant, from the extremity about a month, and will be away of the Beaver Street Baptist need worry that their family allowance I iv (-inr 'IT roi'HT Oil \D'FOnD >' the Circuit Court of the Eighth AND MANY OTHE

!>''- of one leaf to the other rom his work for two. months, Church' Jacksonville wil speak In ''may be delayed during COIl'V-rV. FL.OHIOAI IK: CHAN- ludlclal Circuit of Florida In and for
fine few' weeks of ..service, CKIIV.Theodor Bradford County, In Chancery dated ITEMS OF OFFIf
measured three feet across. he said last week. the afternoon and one of our their first Edw r d Andnejawaltl November 13, 194.1, In that certain
service men a chiefgunner's the Public Relations office here; Plaintiff,. v*. Clara Andnejewskl ausA therein 1 latelypondlnot between
Oefendant.' Case No. S791.OKDEn .' 3. R. Moore, plaintiff, and the un. SUPPLIESBradford
mate, will be there and give'histestimony has !: OP PUBL.ICATION known heir. at law of W-B. Blocker,
EVERY BRANCH OFJ : of how God saved him Effective November 1 dependency AND NOTICK TO APPEAR -ceased[ defendants, the underslgn-
STATE! OP FLORIDA to: Claralndraewakl. .
pd.> whi> 'w. therein appointed-
shot out of the all'at. benefits will be paid coverIng -
after he was whoa residence 1
J I?* 3.700 feet." :Mr:. Hallo stated. the month In which' the enlisted IBOrt Krakow; ClevelandOhio.. the dame will on Monday, CounlTELEGRAPH
/ Alfred Adams who saw ,service man enters active duty. Attached You are required to appear onFanuary the 6th dayof December.... 194.1. during "
Srd., 1944 In the above the legal hours of sale, he- -
; over there will give his testimony as an "appendange to, the lamed Court and cause wherein tor. th. South Court .House door In

,n6 Mr a rice of how he was spared. Be recently passed bill increasing (ilalnt'mint)Iff' T'
lure and come out to enjoy these family allotments; the law provides )rd.r in next, four weekly' .Issue. wing described land situate,, ly-

lervlcea with us.. the pastor payments; be made as soon .> Witness at Htarke.my Florida hand 'and thi Novem.officialeal hE and beingin Bradford. County, ne-n

urged.Knight., as practicable. provided application >'er- 27th.. 1943. "
within 19 days after (OFFICIAL. SEAL) .A. J. Thoma.
::13filed A.h Clerk of said Cou..t.T .
R. C. WALL ,Gives DeedCol. the soldier reports, for active Frank Landrum Starke, Fla. CHURCH OF CHRIST
duty following vala '21-day post Uty.. for' Pit U-3 U 13-24

P. E. Knight gave L.- H.KUl'of : Induction furlough., .;M rinrrrr' COURT UJIADFOSIJC0I"TY. AUBREY MERCER, Minister
deedto The initial 'payment will be .. FLORII1AI IV Agency Lawtey. a quit-claim >: .
20 afcres of land two miles made up entirely from appropriated '1'. W. Taylor Plaintiff vs. Sallletith

fast of Lawtey on May4, 1942 funds, without d e d uctioM Taylor Defendant Case No.. SUNDAY; 10:00 'A. M. Bible Study.

Constant Service Qrer 50 Years which was reco r d e d Nov. 27, from the service man's pay. 792bRTR OF PtTBLIC-ATfON 11100: A;'M.-True Worship (No. 4)). .
Blandlng's Finance Office AND NO.TICR TO APPEAR _
1943. Col. Knight stated Monday] STATE OF FLORIDA to:, Salll S ,7:30 P..M.-The Precious Invitation.
under Colonel Charles S.Denny
deed to the Ruth Taylor whose residence I.
that he held a tax 'I
Please Phone UICLASSIFIED property, while Mr: Hill held a tax ,*is setting the machineryIn f 1411 Carolina.Laurel St., Columbia South TUESDAY 7:30 P. M.-Prayer Meeting

motion to disburse the
certificate. They went together stepped- You are required to appear on 4- .
After up payments and will distribute January Ird., 1844 In the above
to; look the property over. lamed Court and cause, wherein GUEST-
the allotments within the next. EVERY'YISITOR'fA WELCOME
ADS'V the Colonel saw that it Was noth.Ina laintlff seek divorce. Bradford

but a huge "palmetto patch": few days. County Telegraph shall publish this

and "would not raise ..cow peas. '
; PERMANENT WAVE C9cl Do Office supplies of all kinds toe .
ANTEDU..tlntr. he gave Mr. Hill the qqlt-claln ,
ale at The Bradford
.. oo apartments, house or your own Permanent with deed. Count'

home for rent located within 20 Charm-Kurl Kit. Comf I S t a *, Telegraph.IM ..

mile of Starke equipment. Including 40 curlers Gets The CallW. THK COI.'HT OK TUB C'OUl'fTY''tU:1i.BRAUFORU

119 East can Street and] shampoo. Easy to do, absolutely ; : COUNTV

W. T." CLUTE, Realtor harmless., Praised by H. Gtllls, who has been a IN! KKl E..... ml SBABOHN .'
; thousands .Including Fay Mc- local representative of the' Gull CROSBY, IacwM. .*.mM.NOTICJ3 :

.IF YOU WOULD BUT OR SELL Kenzle.,glamorous movie star. Co 'for 'the past) OF APPLICATION:! FOR
_.; Life Insurance 'LEAVg 'TOJ8I UU LAND An "' Ideal I I
milk cows, stock cows beef cattle :Money refunded If not satisfied 11 months passed his "physical"; Notto'l."'hor.by alv.n to all : :

bulls In KOCH DRUG STORE whom It may tlou .rn that Ardcll ,. .
stock or hogs get I Blandlng Nov; 18. and
at Camp Cx: CroBbjr an Ouardlan of t h '
touch with J. D. Odom, Jr.. wlU be called Into active serviceon ..tat. of Seaborn Orovbr, Inoom-,
WANTK1>-Couple. permanent p.nt.nt. will, on the. 4thd ot .
Box 247 Starke; Box 204 Lake residents. want nice furnished Dec. 9. It was. ..announcedMonday. anuary. A. O lt... apply to r'th* CHRISTMAS GIFT
City; Telephone 481 Lake City. Honorable K. K.- Pcrryoiitn Coun. f fty. !
Auction market every Tuesday, or unfurnished apartment or : Judce. In and for amid County .
house. Phone 153 It it his olflc In the Courthoua In I ,
Lake City. 2:30;; every Thursday Assigned Mark,, In .ald< County, at 10:00
Adkins )''ClockA.. M.. or thr.
Platka P M. 1-6-44 aa coon 1
FOR SALE-1933 Ford pick-up >ft.r aa the .matt.r can b* heard

truck 4 .new tires ,ore 6plyrecap Judge A. Z. Adkins of Stark 'authority to ash.at public orprlvat. i FLORIDA MADE
HAMPSHIRE RED chicks.Hatch
3 HEW aal. th* following dcacrib ,
every'Friday: ; attested spare extension'body; has been holding court in the:7th Irlir1 estate. .'* said County, to- ,
I78O cash., Robert N. Craw Judicial'Circuit for' the past two '

Farms and approved., 3 miles Wasdin north of Poultry Waldo. ford. Jr., 4 miles west of Law- weeks. He was assigned to relieve W.t Half(NW(WH U except ot Nortbw..tQuarter on. (1) --S :

1 v '11-12 8tp 12-31 tey.,FU. Itp Judge Oeo. W. Jackson,who sure In .Northwt Corner (NWCor WOODEN HAND BAGS
and on hundred forty (UO)
was overcrowded>with work. -
SPENCER SUPPORTS Indl- :yard North and South by thirty.tlv
ieS FOR SALE-Complete grocery held court In Daytona DeLand (3S) :yard. noel and W.."
vidually designed 8 e e :Mrs. also all Kaat ',KU> of NorthwestQuartsr .
-: stock and market fixtures. and Palatka. (NWU Weal of Brave
Bertha Pearce. 12-3 4tp 12-24 4 Regular
Apply Bradford County Tele iAN Branch. Al.o' Routhwat Quart. Only '$450c
(I'IW' ,,",) of Southwest Quarter(8WU $5.50 Value
-graph. It BABY BED practically new. Will APPRECIATION fIn > all In Section Sixteen (I'. .
lea for cash or take baby basket our recent trial sickness Township aeven- (7) uuth. Range
HEATED HOTEL ..ROOMS 400 i ".Tw.ntYIU"; Kanti Also N.rthw..IQuarter
member of
aa part payment.- Cabin 18, In our family every
(NW 4> of NorthwestQuort.r
yards from Blending gates. Hot : desires to'.ex: Section! .
Jordan's Court. Road 4$. lip the Meyer family (NWUf twenty.on
and cold water' showers. Reasonable : thanks for kind 11V TownshIp .*".n (T) : ,
Place press \our every South Rang...Twenty (U) nose ALSO HAVE MANyf'OTHER GIFTS
rates., Larry's LO T-Black pocJtetbook containing ness ,shown us, and for every containing on 'hundred. .....nty.nla. -

KIng.ley Lake. 11-26-2tp ration book and important prayer offered In our behalf.- .We .(11..0""';.im.r. or. 1..1Comm."cln. k, SUITABLE. FOR XMAS AT BARGAIN PRICES
.t. t h e SoutheaatCorner _
-- STRAY COW at J. W. Prevatfs papers. Fender please return to trust that each: of ;you; receives (SB Cor), of the Dedan ', -
Bradford County Telegraph. Zip God's richest blessing.-Mr. and Church .land amd running East .'- -_ ----
place on Brooker road. dark thr. bundrsd.seventy (l1et)
cream Jersey butt-headed wt. :Mrs. J. L. Meyer and family. yard*. thne Northr 0".- hundred SEE OUR BEAUTIFUL SEL C'I'lON F-xitAs REE.GCAR!
ROOMING HOUSE FOR SALE t.......,. West -
forty ( .I. yard <
: 700 Ibs. no marks. Owner may three hundred a.v.njy, (370) .- ,. ... .... 1
have by.proving ownership' and at sacrifice, 6 rentable rooms Recent BirthsMr. yards, theocBooth one hundred .
: .(arty (14) yard to- point of beInnlnc :
completely furnlll ed, Including --
for ,12-3 4tp -
paying keep. THE'
IB Boutheaat QuarterBEH
and Mrs. Palmer Lee Williamson. -
'individual, lin of shoed Quarter8E
: gas beaten and: ( \ ) Moe
WANTED-Soldier's wife- to do Jr., Mlddleburg, Nov."' .19. < %). Alao ..v,,,,,, (70) yard or I
ens. Hot ,water system toilets on* (I> aero deep across the :
housework for officer's family
I boy.- >Hoirth (S) aide of N o r t hat GIFt
;' 'In exchange for;room and board. and shower. Income 13,600 N:. and Mrs. .Joseph Gregory. Quarter (HEV4 of Bonthean Qu.r.t. 'F WONDER SHOP

Apply Saturday afternoon. Mrs. year. Will sell for ".230. See .f Starke. Nov. 25, girl. .. (S5,%,()N. AjM 3-4) North of BouthaaatQuarter. ..Three.nuartera ,

-S E.,. H. SchulU. B-23,' Kingsley Alan Roth. Hi Hat. Tavern._ 205 Mr and Mrs. Clarence* Groves. ( RUte I of BouthweatQuarter -

Lake Village. itp 11:. Call St. ,lt Lawety. Nov. 27. boy. quarter"'(SWU(M4)> and, of North Southwest. three 234 E. Call'Street' '"

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Order' in next tour weoKiy Issues jrioriaa,
Quarter (SW.) of Southeast I hand and official The to-Wit .
Witness my Nortl
Ben Sasser Dies SANTA CLAUS Quarter (SE'I ,). All hi Section Stark., Florida, this Novem MM
at "
Tornadoes Lose "Smart Shop"Is sixteen' tie Township seven i (7) seal fast quart CM' of tb,.
7th. iS 43.OFFICIAL Township I v.'e .ll"
East h.
nil) .
LETTERS South. Ran* twenty !BEAD; A. J. Thomas, Twenty-tv 'Mi 'J !
Final Game Winning NameThe Ben Sasser B9, died Friday containing less.which ; seventy-six. (76) acres A( Clerk of said Court. Forty acrei ,nnV" 0)) F...to.1I...

afternoon at two o'clock after Fla. more or will be based upan T. Frank Lund ruin, Starke: Fla. Ppurtemu "i'.1"1 l l.o.
im To High Springs official name of the new long illness. Although in bad Brookeiy the application petition for sale now on file Atty. for Pit. 12-3 4t' J2-24 pursuant i, ., ''r* ""wi 1'10"
Santa sir
Dear : the sunif. .dllrl ,: "' Iu
Although defeated 19 to 7, the dress shop, opened In the formelaW health, he was employed -at Camp '; Just a few.wo>ds> to try and express In laid .Court.IMted December l"4"ARDEL.I. l.V CIHCI'IT fUfltT, HH.iDFOROt. K. iA. : 1"-RRn'A'
Blanding and worked up until the .. t>. CHOSUV (0"" a. I'P' "' AI
late, Marcus F. our' the nice .
Tornadoes, playing: their office! of the thank tor \.iua.rdran., CtCMl. -' 11-19-81.- 'l. (I. C,
Bradford '
time ot his death. 'last 12.3 fit 1S-31 vs Agnus,
''broupt.us yean1 ._..:1 Charles
Mr and Mrs. GUyBal", things you
ol 'th season before Brown by > Case No. 17>>11. --
last game << Mr. Banner was born; la Ala wanted. OP THHJllXiFI. ('OtN'l' Knur. Defendant. i.v! nun
ju.d'"what 'we I* TIIH tot: HT II' {
a record crowd at Bradford' Park Is "The Smart Skoppe". Two chua County. but "pett most of They This year were: please; >.,bring Gl-vida: a .. UHAUKOKU ('Ot1'):,' UHDEH AND ::NOTICE OK PUULK'ATIUN,TO APPEAR. (CKHV.-OI "-I-, ...,.:: :ul.!, "Hi,

S night. Nov. 24,- gave women-Mrs. Mary Pearce Lam life In Bradford County. He aI ') nYDlKtt. STATE OF *-OKIDA tu Agnes. filII Wht I'
Wednesday his dolt. neckla'ca': arid clothe' Bring I.ItlOl! Hstateof rl.AHA { IOl whose residency I Ie Route 1, j" l'lulniif
Mrs. Arthur1 Delong-{submitted of Hope Baptist .".). ...1_ known as.t.L.tltdIi. King, Ma"hner..I. "
an excellent account of themselves en4 was a member me a vanity and'b'e'nch/ set. Ivory lIiaItS, !! ......m........ Uox, 897 Healdsburv. California.on W..t. Defonilnn"/". '11"'!

against their _troDI.t opponent the winning name, tylnafor Church. at There'ssa, where h. color1,to.matc.1J'I':. my bed;; and ..anecklace' NOTH'K Of API'UirATIO.V UAM FOHLHAVK JU"WLry You are 3rd.required,. 1944* In appear the abovw ORDER AND r.K I'TllIl.lt'A'. Ii.,

the of $5 In merchandise lived. TJia k. you' for the TO $1,14. ,all nuinea Court and cause, wherein NflTIl-F:
High. Springs. prize Not led' Is hereby given to STATE .IF
the 1)radforCuunty
of year \ both the full In addition to his widow. Mrs. mangifts in Jthe 'past, and'' for WhomU' Amy concern that T. J. plaintiff seeks. dtvorcu.shall publish this \fat'hn.,'. HIs kniw PLORIIA i I"
and were given Telegraph. .
Into the tussle is the under by this iik's. a' )41u"rdlan. of the estate : %V'est1 whne. '.'lrlen" 11"IIh.t
Coins Eauser he is survived hiring' year. weekly Issuss.
Rachel ., next four
everything you .
Stacke wa hampered by award. Mr a. Sale said yesterday. of Clara Crosby Dukes. also known hand and official sear. :, Street: t I. ....n"oII.II. I,
dog one son.. ,J. W. Sasser'and a Wishing you a very Merry Christmas as JJlaraU nuke", Incompetent.wIllT r. \\-ltlle-M8 my December I n Ia. ..
of experienced player In the Thirty or 40 other clever names Fat 'ihe 4th doY uf January 'at Hlarke, !FlorU. this YOU'Rn
lack : brother, ,Elliott SaStter: of ,, and hoping to see you soon: 'on 1943. '' > '
lot, 10
submitted In the'contest. A. J>. 1944. apply to the HonorableH. A. J. Thomas, January Srd.'f'f\ 'pnniued >
V line. were banks. > Lots of love always. K. ,a.>.rrymon. County Judge In Cour' lnd"\ In ".
the first halt'wa4 all High | Salesladies in the store In addition 'Funeral iervic.es; were held Sunday Shirley aAd 01enda parkerr .anil. for -'."Id {'"..nly. at- his office ..AII OFFICIAL Clerk of-81ALo RnUl Cwurt. .' ,v Plaintiff ,, '.,. !"d"seal : .",
In (
Springs aa they powered their to ,the manager, Mrs., Guy .afternoon at .3 'o'clock-I .0- said In 'tI.Courthous.County at IDnOO, in o'clock Btnrke.A.'M.,'' 'Knlithf& Knitflit.' sia..ket 12-3 4t Florida, 12 Z4NO"'I.tl Order County In T..I.u n ,. .i.ii r .hft.DuLl r

way for two touchdowns and one Sale; are Mrs. Lillian Schlee and Baptist Church with theRe : Stark, Fla or an .-thereafter as the matter.. 4 ______ ; Wit n..... ", "u'hiin4 w'.kl,
Hope ,
extra: point* Starke literallyshowered Mrs. Mary Sue Hagstrom. Mrs. '. L. O. Hemingway, officiat Dear Santa Claus: at van publIc'I>wh ,ttri1.or prlvae for authority Hale, the to .11.1 i OF APPLICATION: FOIl'. her 2m\at Stm, tu|" 'I 1t'rld1,au,4 Ih,
In l)Ki>
the field with pusacii! : Schlee Is the' wife of' Cpl. J. J. assisted by the Rev. G. E. I want a mother and daughter lowliifr 'doncrlbed real estate, I Henstv TAX Mill >". U.I' .
lilt ( ,
: but the Sand- of the ,IRTC. stationed set Marx dial (sale County. to-wltt: I JllCltKUY UIVE.V, (A. Clerk .' 'A, J Ti,,
.: the first -quarter- ineffective Schlee;! Cutshaw of Hampton. doll, dressmaking a West 'Half (WVfc) of. NorthwesQuarter I XOTICK IS How holrter: of Tux,' '1If'' .mri.
rendered That Clitude
spurs' 'defense at Camp 'Blanding.They are Pallbearers were: Willie Green typewriter doctor and flurae'OufIts (NWH except one (1our. ) I Certificate No. issued. the 2nd., Knight & i I{bFFII'IAL,
the 'et*' oompletlon out of 13. from Baltimore, Md. Mrs. Hags Griff Albert and Fascinating Happl-tlme *. I la Northwest Corner (NYV day of August lOLL'. iSIT. has filednanio Attys. for I'I 11-J

by BH9.v Pvt. P.,J. Hags Ralph Gainey, Zenas Slate, Also a for) onbundled for(, (140 I' In my offlu. and has madeappllcution I, .._
puss attempts) trom's husband,, Griffin, Gene Griffin and Magic Writing, yai'dsMVorth and. Kouth by thirty fur a tax deed tob* O! __.-.--
I Opening .the second half trail- trom Is also with' the IRTC.and desk. Uv, (Si) yardsKu..t andW..t, Issued tliereon. Said certificate embraces I
Joseph Starling. [ also all K..t Unit CKH,) of North following tiescrlbedproperty
the Tornadoes'round they are from Warren. Ohio_ Donna Faye-'Brunell. of the I NEW
1I1 g by 13 point Interment was In Hope Cemetery west. Quarter (NVVVu WMt In the County tit Uradforil .- '
attack began to click and Mr. Sale' brother Graham .Krugir .Jimncli. Aim. Southwest' > of Floridn. to-wlt:
c [ the ball.. under the direction of Key- Qutirtvr. (UVVU of South wentquarter tate of Lot 46 In Woodluwn SK> SHIPMENTDESK !
without relinquishing Sale who recently received a McCabe Funeral: Home. IlbLIDAYS BRINGEMERGENCY (SVV',j ) All In Sectionsixteen 15 N".fi Twp. 5 S. H. 22 E... containing 9
and through 118) Township .ev.n" (7) '
they marched medical discharge from the Army, I Acres, more or less.

.the High Spring boys for a BHsUted in the opening; While 'ona -. IN HOUSING ..HEREContinued"from sL.tt4bs.i1jt4s. Northwest Twenty(Quarter. : (20)' (>NW KuirtfAli huf > Tlie assessment tile said of the certificate said" 'prop-I..t.lfd .-

.. score. Then, 'showing an amazing; visit here.. He plans to" return Beer Truck ) Northwest Quarter (NWV4) Sec* .er. .tv untler was In the ,natnw of It. A.I'nlens .
page one
their ( lion twenty-one tan Tow n"htkHeveit |
of fight they held week-end to his former' post Fisher.
amount I. this Runs Amuck (7) South Range Twenty* said, certificate shall be
ground agalnttt the Sandepure'next. I \lion aa postal clerk .in Valdosta, Mpgt of. the Men have been assigned : (20) Cant,. containing on* hun. redeemed according to law the

threat, forcing! a kick. For Ga. Starke had'a near '.blackout there only a month'or so. dreil 'Movotity-otne or less; v'(l79} auresnioia j property described therein bidder will at the be CALENDAR

the second time the Starke boys I Thanksgiving night Bel..y Johns, This Is usually .their! first separa- Commencing- the SoutheastCorner courthouse sold to the door highest-on the first Monday
(111Cor: ) of the DeduiiChurch
drove deep intq enemy, territory. Two FHA Houses city utility superintendent stated, tlon front their wives and family. land and running Kant In 4 lit. month "January, 1944 ALL STYLES
the bait In High which the 3rd day '(le Jantiniry/ ,
finally placing when a beer truck Just outside Why can't we be-togetherfor the three hundred seventy ('JlUJ) /JM

Springs' two, yard line, first and Sold By Ferarras the east city limits, whose driver holidays? This may be our last forty yards, (140)thence yards North, thence one hundred Went 1944 Dated. .this 2Pth day,of November. -

:10. seemed to be overloaded with his Christmas together, they 'nay. three hundred seventy (370) yards,, 194,1. SHAD A. J. Thomas IDEAL C'HItlSTMAS Gil
has sold thence iSouth hundred forty (OFFICIAL
tha .score 13-1'ln,1helr favor W T. Clute, realtor off the road. Jumpeda wholesome "emotional stress ,, ('Ir..ulCourt. of RradfordCounty
With wares ran This (140) yard. to point *>f liflf Innlngr Clerk o( FOR SOLDIER OR CIVlI
.' and knowing that a Starke two more of the new FHA houses wide ditch and.ran. into 'an and confusion lets them overlook In H<>iithea..t Quarter" (!iN Y.) of I I14o1th.ast Florida. V2-8 4t 12-24

score might cost them tke game -two; of the three being erectedon R. E, A. power pole. breaking* the the minor pointof sound reason: seventy! (70)Quarter yards or(SHVfc one! (1). Also acre NOTICB OF ArPMfVrlOM: FOn

the Sand pura dug in snd held West Madison street for Vincent pole In two and knocking half Is( there room, .for me? While rleep across the South side of VAX UK KitMouse
the and Frank Farrara 01'rank'a Northeast ''IQ u a rt.r (NK'of! HIM No. 1HOJNOTICM : ALSO
for downa.!! against everything of It over on the truck.: we should:not encourage women Houth..a..r Quarter (SE H.) 'Also IS HKHKKY: : OIVEN that
Once again,.. before Fine Foods. for visits J. S. Eunice the holder of the following -
Tornadoes had. The truck was considerably: and children'! coming North Three quarters (N 3-4) pfHoutheast :
the Ridgeway has purchased Quarter (HKiJ) of certifIcates has filed said, SPEEDWA1PAPER
the drady understanding
of game,
end Fri
the west lot damaged, and wall towed in we must withsympathetic: Southwest Quart (SW final the the extreme no,1-
BandHpurs scored and the. one on the J. W. Andrews 'ord recognize their plight, North three quarters (X 3-4) olSouthwest sued therenh.The certificate PUNQ
19-7 In their 'favor* while Mrs. Marguerite F Ware day by to ease their Quarter (SWVi! of b..ralnd years. of Issuance, the description -
tally was. the middle house. Both wrecker. Earlier in the eveningthe and make provisions Southeast Quarter (!SEVi).' All In of the property; and the
,High Springs came to Starke has bought same driver decided to turnaround situation so' that they can be aeasonabiybappy' Section sixteen (18) Township iminKs In which It was assessed areas AD''ST.\nu
I of the purchasers.have put In escrow seven ((7) South Range twenty follows:
downed their of the during this holiday TWO-HOLR
undefeated having Mr..Clute amounts sufficient right in front (20) Kast; containing seventy-six Certificate No. 10S. Yean of Is- ,
strongest opponent-Gainesville- Noegel Cafe on Temple Avenue perIod. ..-.We/. are sure the (76) acres more or I....... .Ulln".. August 4, 1941. I I
to take care 'of the equIty which appllcntion will be based UPon Description. of Property Lots. [27,
of 13-0. The general Noegel's car of good- ;wUl towards ''men: $3.25
score backed Into Billy spirit 51 ft.R. .
a had
'by. of the Ferraras In the houses the the petition for sale now on IS i In Woodlawn Sec. 13 Twp
opinion among local fans was that which was peacefully parked will prevail aa''always In Starkhis file In Mftld Court. 23 15. containing; 20 Acres NameIn
here this sea rest to be taken up In monthly worth Dated De".mll..I..t. 1943. whit-it assessed: Marv TJ., Ward.
no team that visited payments of less that $30 per there inflicting around $75 year.; T. J. DUKES. Certificate No. 10!>. Year of, Iaminnce. -
son displayed more sportsmanship desire of damage on it. Mr. Marotta continued: "We 12-3 Gt 12-31 Uuardlun.IN August .. 1941. '" SWIXGL1XE
the owners '
: month 0 Lots 3d,
Sand- Description of Property
) -and clean playing than the to pay off the contracts earlier It was claimed that the' truck have organized at the USONCCSClub rntrriT ''''OlIIT. IIRAKFORIIrorrtTY 42 Woodlawn Sec. 13 Twp. ft8.. (STANDARD)

'purs. stolen and that the damageswere a group of soldiers' wiveswho' F..ORIU'II..\>. R. 22 F:., containing 20 Acres, Name .
was {-..:nV. In, which assessed Unknown.
Starke, although hampered by Worker Inflicted while the. truck are making a complete survey !Mary' If. Coleman; Plaintiff vs. All of said' property beingIn the STAPLING !

; lack of experienced players at the Shipyard was being driven by. the thief. of the whole city as to available navlrt A. .Coleman, Defendant. Case Cnunty of Bradford State of Flor !
outset of the fleason. has given With Accident said that; the rooms and apartment space! No. Z794.OKHRH. ida.
:, Meets However, it was : OP PtTHLICATIONANO ('nl...." such. certificate .or ..certificates -
I a fine. account of Itself under the of the truck agreed to We? ask the residents of Starketo NOTICR TO APPEAR shell, be redeemed according
The of owner STATI' OP FLORIDA to: JDAvlil. to law the property described'. In $4.50
tutelage of Coach Hobbu. Stanley S. Noegel employe make good the damages In both cooperate with us In this housing A. Coleman, whose residence lalllilh such certificate or certificates. will

Tornadoes have won ft and lose 0 I, the St. Johns River' Shipbuilding cases. survey,"' so that we may properly Street ChesterSouth Caro- l)0 sold to the highest. bidder at

plUng up a total of 190 point to Co., In Jacksonville suffered a direct those who need rooms lina. I the courthouse. door on the first
You are required to appear on Monday In month of January 1944
:' their opponents' 154. broken foot Sunday, Nov. 21.' Level Church to vacancies. Report your vacancies January 3rd., 1944 In the above which Is the 3rd., day ot January, GEM I CLIPS
while working as a "rigger". Pine to us at all times"- the director named Court ,and cause, wherein 1944. f
of steel to plaintiff seeks divorce. Bradford Dated this SOth "day of November ARCH BOARDS
Huge'MustardChampion While fastening 20 tons Plans Big Dinner urged." County Telegraph shall I publIsh I thisOrder 1943.OFFICIAL.
a crane to be set up on a ship, In next four weekly. issues.Witness (' SEAL: ) A. J. Thomas

mustard grower of one piece of< about a ton fell onhis W, E. Hall pastor, announces No Need To Fear .Vnl at Starke my, Florida hand and this November official: Clerk County: of, Florida.Circuit, Court 11-8 of Bradford 4t 12.24NASTERS CLIP BOARDS

/ the current season 1 IS Paul Ray foot,, breaking the cuboid that a public dinner .will ,be held 10th 1943. '' MEMO ROLLS
, ., mond who. brought. a. fine specimen bone in his right toot. at Pine Level Baptist Church on Allotment f Delay Aa Clerk of said Court. NOTICE l.. hereby given that under-

, of the "smooth leaf" variety Mr. Noegel has been employed Sun-lay,. Dec. 5. J. 9. Harrison, Jacksonville Fla.Atty and by virtue of a Final Decree of DESK BLOTTER

Into the Telegraph office -last at the shipbuilding company ford "The Rev. G. E. Hodges, paator Prospective draftees no longer for fit. v 12-3 4t 12-24 foreclosure mad and. rendered. by
the Honorable A. Z. Adkins, .Tudgaof
. week. The plant. from the ex- about a month, and will be away of the Beaver Street Baptist need worry that their family allowance IN rincviT roriiT. mi \DKonncor the Circuit Court of the Eighth AND MANY OTHI:
other from his work for two' months. Jacksonville wllV speak in may be delayed during '\-i-y, FI.ORIIIAI' (.-...\*. Judicial Circuit of Florida In and for
the Church
leaf '
of to ".
tremlty one ( .1n1'.
Bradford County, In Chancery, dated ITEMS OF OFFICl
measured three feet acrons. ha said last week. the afternoon and one of our fine their first few weeks of service Theodore Kdw r d Andriejewskl. November 13. 1941 In that certain I

; service men a chief gunner'smate the Public Relations office here' Plaintiff. vs. Clara Andriejewskl, muse therein lately pending betweenC. SUPPLIES'Bradford
his announced.. Defendant. Cane No. 701. R. Moore, plaintiff, and the unknown .
L' will be 'there and give has oilman op pti BLR-\TIOV heirs at law of W.B. Blocker
EVERY BRANCH OF testimony of how God saved him Effective November 1 dependency AND NOTICE TO APPEAR d..d. defendants, the undersign.ert .
) i the air benefits will be paid coverIng STATE OF FIjORIDA to: ClaraAmtrsejewekl who was therein appointed asHneclal
of .
after he was shot out whose. residence, Is Master In Chancery to execute CoHTELEGRAPI
at 3.700 feet," Mr. Hall stated. the month In which' the en- tune Krakow. Cleveland. Ohio. the same will, on Monday,
who law ,ser. sLed man enters active duty. Attached You are required: to appear on the 6th day of December 194.1: dur.
Alfred Adams January 3rd., 1944 In the above
ring th* legal hours of sale, before -
9nJ'u'ranceH. vice over.there will give his testimony as an appendange to, the named Court and cause, wherein the South Court House door In

spared. Be recently passed bill Increasing plaintiff seeks divorce. Bradford'ounty harks.. Florida, -sell to the highest WEST CAU. i S
of how he was '' 128
: ( Te)eg-rapH shall publish this and best bidder, for cash the fol,
sure and come out to enjoy these family allotments, the law provides O'dIn next four weekly Issues.. lowing described lands, situate, ly.
the pastor payments made as soon Witness my hand and officialseal Ing and beingIn Bradford County, -e -
services with us. .t Stark., Florida, this November
urgod. as practicable. provided application 27th.. 1943.OFFICIAL .
is filed within 15 days after ( SEALA.. J. Thomas

C. WALL Gives DeedCol. the soldier reports for active T.As Frank Clerk.. of Landrum said Court, Starke, Flit. CHURCH OF CHRIST

Knight duty followingj/hla 21-day, poet. Att,. for Plf. .._ ,11-3 4t 13-21 1

D. E. Knight gave L. H. Inductlon furlough.The I i:* rinrrrr cornr BHAOFOHOCOI'VrV AUDREY MERCER, Minister
deedto Initial ,payment will be FLORIDA I IV CHAXtKRV. : -
Agency Hill, of Lawtey, a quit-claim .
20 acres of land two miles made up entirely from appropriated T. W. Taylor Plaintiff vs. Sallle

' east of Lawtey on May 4, 1942, funds without d e d uctlona Ruth Taylor/ Defendant.. Case No. SUNDAY: 10:00 :A. M. Bible Study.

:. Constant Service Qrer 50 Years which was recorded Nov. 27 from the service man's pay. 2792.ORDETl OF PUBLICATION moo: A. M.-.--True Worship (No. 4)).
Camp Blanding'a Finance Of.tlce. ANn NOTICE TO APPEAR
1043. Col. Knight stated Mondaythat STATE OF FLORIDA to: Sallle 7:30 P. M.-The Precious Invitation.
Colonel Charles S.
he held a tax deed to the under Ruth Taylor, whose residence Is
Please Phone 146CLASSIFIED whili Mr. Hill held a tax Denny,* Is setting the machineryIn 2411' Laurel St., Columbia South TUESDAY Y: '7:30' P. M.-Prayer Meeting.
property. Carolina.
motion to disburse the stepped.
went togetherto You to
certificate. They are required appear on .
After up payments and ,will distributethe January 3rd.. 1944, In the above
look the property over. allotments within the next! named Court and cause, wherein EVERY VISITOR'A WELCOME: GUEST-
It nothing plaintiff seeks
ADS' the Colonel saw that was divorce. Bradford
"palmetto patch"and few days. County Telegraph shall publish thin
a huge ., .
_u_ ___ __ __ "would not raise ,cow peas", Office of all kinds I -
;, WANTED PERMANENT WAVE, 09CI DO he gave Mr. Hill the qnIt-claim: supplies for

. Listings on apartment, houses or your own Permanent with deed. ale at The .Bradford County :

", homes for rent located within %0 Charm-Kurl Kit. Comj I e t e f- Telegraph.I.N .

I tulle of Starke equipment. Including 40 curlers Gets The CallW. TMH Cot liT Of TUB COCWTY': ,_,.__-.-u-'I.-.-:-.-.-..-, -
119 East Call Street and shampoo. Easy to do. absolutely JfUUR. HIIAUrOMU COl'NTY?! ,

CLUTE harmless. Praised by who has been alocal KLOKIO4.l.N .. ...... !V .
W. T. Realtor H. Gillis. HKl : < 'ftUABOR.'V: : ,
thousands including Fay Mc- representative of, the Gulf (rnusny ......B>.t.s t.NOTICB .

, IF YOU WOULD BUY OR SELL Kenzle, glamorous movie star. the past OK! APPLICATION': FOR
Life Insurance Co for rLBAVKJ 'TOlSKLlJ LAND An IdealCHRISTMAS I
milk cows, stock cows, beef cattle Money refunded If not satisfied. 11 month, passed his "physical" i Nodes' <1. ''hereby sv.n to all :

stock bulls or hog, get in KOCH DRUG STORE at Camp Blanding Nov. 18, and i I whom). Crosby It may, ..pncrn Ouardlan that of Ardell the

touch with J. D. Odom Jr., will be called Into active serviceon ..tat. of ttoaborn Crosby, Inoom- ; '
Box 204 Lake WANTED-Couple, permanent pciitsnt, will... on tb. 4tl*, day of
247 Starke announced
Box ;
residents, want nice furnished Inuary. A. 1944. apply to the :
City; Telephone <481< Lake City. Mondtfy.Adkins( Honorable 1 1. K, Ferryman. Coun. .
, Auction market Tuesday,, or unfurnished apartment or ty. Judge In ana for ..td County
. every house. Phone 183 It at his office In the Courthouse Inti .
, Lake City. 2:30: every Thursday AssignedJudge ark.. In said 'County at 10:00Uk ,
2PM. 1-6-44 o' .A. M., or a. Boon thereafter .
Pa.latka. Ford
: FOR SALE-1938 pick-up a. thematter can b. heard

: truck. 4 new tire, one 6plyrecap A. Z. Adkins of Starke ,for' authority to .ell,! at public or MADE
NEW HAMPSHIRE: RED chicks. private eale, the following described .
Hatch every Friday; attested spare; extension body; has been holding urt in the-7th real estate, In said County, to. .
S730: cash. Robert N., Craw. Judicial 'Circuit fore the- past' two wlti
and approved. Wasdta Poultry W..t Half (W%) of Northwest
ford, Jr., 4 miles west of Law. weeks. He was assigned to relieve Quart. (NW )
Farms, 3 miles north of Waldo. % except on. U>
'11-12 8tp 12-31 ley. ,Flu. lip Judge Geo. W. Jackson"who acre In Northwest Corner (NW WOODEN HAND BAGS
'or) on. hundred forty (140yards ) '
work and
overcrowded with ,
j indl- North and South by thirty. D4p
/ :i'OR SALE-Complete grocery held court in Daytona, DeLand five (35)( yard East and Weat
, vldually designed. S e e Mrs. also all East BU) of Northweet I1 '
stock and market fixtures. Bertha Pearce. 12-3 4tp 12-24 and Palatka.'p Quarter tNW,,") VVest of Brans- Regular
_ Apply Bradford County Tele Branch. AI.o'Southwest Quarter Only '$4.50
(IIW'4) of Southwest Quarter $5.50 Value
. graph. It BABY BED, practically new. Will AN APPRECIATION (SW" ) all In Section. Sixteen (II) ,

. sell for cash or take baby basket In our recent trial of sickness Townnhlp seven'(7) South. Rana-e '
HEATED HOTEL ROOMS 500 '.T..llty'2O) Hast; Also Northwest
member ofthe *
Hot as part payment. Cabin 18. In our family every Quarter (4NWU, of Northwest .p. p .p.
, yards from handing gate Jordan's Court, Road 48. lip Meyer, family desires to .ex- 1 Quarter (NWi )' Section twenty-
and cold water, shower Reasonable thanka for kind* one (It) Township seven (T) 111WE; '
ass our every ALSO GIFTS
South Range,.Twenty (10) East HAVE MANY; OTHER
rates Larry's Place. LOST-Black pochetbook containing ness shown us, and .for every containing on* 'hundred ....nt,..

Klngsley Lake. ll-26-2tp ration books and important prayer offered In 'our behalf.' .We nine Commencing-(17t. acre.more at; 'the or South.a.t less; iii1 SUITABLE. FOR XMAS. AT BARGAIN PRICES

STRAY COW at J. W. Prevatfs papers. Finder please return to trust that each of you' receivesGod' Corner (HE' Cor)< of the D* land and ..- -
Church runningBast
Bradford County Telegraph. ltp richest bles.tng.-Mr. andMrs. -
place on Brooker road. dark three hundr.d..v.nty (170) CARDS
cream Jersey butt-headed, wt. J., L. Meyer and family. I yards, thence North one' hundred V SEE OUR BEAUTIFUL SELECTION OF XMAS GREETI G _
. forty (140) yards, thence Westthree _.
Owner ; -- -' -
700 lb!!. no marks. may | hundr.d seventy' (170) -
;; have by proving ownership and sacrifice., 6 rentable rooms Recent BirthsMr. yards tfience-Bouth one hundred .
. forty (140) yards topoint of beplnnlns -
. paying for keep. .12-3 4tp completely furnished. Including'individual Williamson ;. In Southeast QuarterSEU -- THE
Mra. Palmer Lee
) and
gas heaters and lin < ) ft Southeast Quarter
;. WANTED-Soldler'. wife to do 'Jr.. MIddleburg Nov.. ..19. ( E'4). Also seventy' (70 yards or
'e..s. Hot'.water system toilets one (1> acre across the
; housework for officer' family boy. Booth <.> d.r ''Northeast .
' in exchange for room and board. a a d shower. Income $3,600 Mr. and Mra. Joseph Gregory Quarter (NEW!: of Southeast Quarter. WONDER GIFT SHOP
2 .
(SEW,). AJso North Thr..
Apply Saturday afternoon. Mrs.E. year Will sell for $3.250.: See Starke Nov. 23 girl. nuarters (!NU' of Southeast ,

H. Schultz, &23.' Klngsley Alan Roth. HI Hat Tavern.. 205 Mr and Mrs. Clarence Groves.., Quarter (SKUV of ft out hw...

Lake Village. itpj E. CaU St. It Lawety. Nov. 27 boy. Quarter quarters (Ii'IW"('N 3.4))' and of North Southwest. three 234 E. Call Street .

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