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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: December 10, 1943
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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?9 Workers I Tax Payment I Speaks -rt RotaryFoster A.C.A. Election Peele Denies


Slit; Smitprincipal of Ffring'Shot ::1
To Be Held
A t Awards. On Incomes B. H. S., was guest speaker at .
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.:: the.Rotary'Club Wednesday, dls-

Camp Blandmghundred' ,' Due December IS cusslagrtoms lems'In connection very Important with our :young prob" SaturdayAnnual ,' ThaLjKilled'ManSlim :

people and sjo-called wartime de- .
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&*<* !seventynmeident John L. Fans Collector of Internal linquency.&d.r. Smith stated that In most, election of officers will Edna ,Peele self-styled took "busy the woman'witnessstand
be held by the Bradford County <
of Bradford County Revenue, announces that instances) where young people get here Wednesday afternoonand
the group .of 1.640 statements have been forwardedto Into trouble ''the delinquency can Agricultural Conservation Association
unong told Circuit Court that
e between the hours of 0 A. a Jury
now aiding the war ef- all Individual taxpayers; who be, traced, back to the parentsand '
(Urns she did not fire the shot that I i
civilian 'employees at tIled an estimated declaration for the'home" rather than to the M. and 4 P. M. ,on Saturday, December
? killed And the
Thompson on
10 at the Courthouse
wbo receivedthe the 1943 : parents to take
child. He
aBlandlng year on September 15. urged night of August 14..Testifyingreadilyalmost.
Department, neW ,Emblem AU )Individuals, who at this time more'Interest \\n their children to Teementbhrsat4.Lw4; 4M i ; {r
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.' Service at, :Uorsort: .find 'that their''estimate' know ,wha(! 'Lb.y .re, doing and #1t*!" eagera, !
Cly on ,the' p'Prop parades and fled on September; : 15 prepared Is >Mill where ..tftey' are '11i..o.their leisure nates'ortheilCounty'CWrrtml.to!!; ''!;| ieeted"on! '; lt.t.e iy,., Jn. a vo oe far, stronger and; i: .
-0 "* are / be : ; that' dais clearer thantbe' usual "witnessstand ,
de Wednesday. at least 80 per cent' .correct time.
,
elected ,
and the'newly Committeewill murmur'Mrs. Peele declared
wasj guestof There tti great need la Starke
Holland ; should return the statement a>
nsrnor hold office from Jan. 1, to that ahef1red'' Into the air to "
and band music and a color which has been forwarded to for a planned program of recreation
r Dpi 31 m*.
disperse a mob of. Saturday night
parade featured the sere, them with their remittance covering and athletics for young people
The present Committeemen are: trouble-makers.r had been
which' Brig., Gen the total balance due the speaker said; This program
during : on
i Rosier* chairman, Lester .
all James throwing rocks and.botU. at her
commander, or before December 15. shouldi Include young.
A. Kunzig camp Kite and Ralph Hasen with L. J, store and'apartment in Lawtey.The. .
led the award W. J.. Fenton, staff'physi: Collector Faha all-tax+ aters and not just those who are :
advises( Wynn and F. M. Norman alternates Clifford'HueD. fatal bullet came from some
emblem, representing a clan. first aid, water safety, an J payers that under existing' In on the, school t. a m a, U was : Lt., Thomas. Jrson' ,.
s Such of.MI'. 'and Mrs T, C. Hajcenof'Brooker other. source: ; she'stated., I
out
satis accident prevention service! for brought ,> a program .
of six month's ;i come' tax law declarations are '
nltlon All farmers participating In the '
'on received his .commis FAterhglta fourth before
.. service;were Instituted by the eastern area American Red required to be within 80 .per. would. be a wise Investment Agricultural., Cons ervatlon Program ; ,; 'day
Army.7 Service) Forces under Crow, will again visit tba,:,Bfad. cent correct, otherwise a penaltywill the part ,of 'the city. Hr. ,Smith In this county are eligibleto sion and the silver wings of a a courtroom'crowded, with. ..pee"I- I

i; of Congress, "Without thee ford County Chapter Judge. ,E. attach.. stated because for, every; ,'dollarspent' cast a vote and are also eligible) full-Hedged/ pUot'at the Army Air tators perspklrtiti. an unseasonable . Advanced School
and patriotic support of K,, Ferryman, Chapter Chairman: All taxpayers who find that BOW, several dollars 'wouldbe to be electelS' as commltteemen, Forces Flying December''"heat wave", the
later when the boys Stockton Field Calif., on Nov. 3. I
''of has announced that Dr. Fenton saved >on
( civilian workers the< War their -September estimate walt not provided they meet all other re- defense closed its case at noon '
and girls 'develop into useful cltl- He U now attending the Bomber .
who conducted a first aid Id
the entire, machinery within 80
tent tors' training coursehere''' latFebruary" percentcorrect, should kens rather' than criminal liabili quirements. School at K II' tJand Field Al Thursday':' Tha State prepared, to
st rue
the War effort would fall file an amended estimate on Form : J Mr. Clayton, Administrative Of-
It Tot Its objective.: The awards for' White Instructors 1040E3. On this form taxpayersshall ties. ICIfu ficer In charge at. Gainesville buqu.rqueN.w ..Mexico. Before present rebuttal''testimony ,yeateiv- I

recognition by the covero- will conduct a course Dec., 13-1 T ,, claim credit In Line 4 for '' states; 'It should be the personal entering the final and advanced day" afternoon and. 'It waa,, unlikely j
18week
i of the merit of this work," for negro c a a d ldatell.. 'These aU 'payments made during 1043 responsibility of every farmer to course Lt. Hasen completed that the first degree,murder '
basic train.
and
raI i Kunzig stated. classes will be held from 9 to 12 either on account; of their 1943 Income I : ws participate actively In the election of primary Vlsalla ease would go to the jury ;: c'
Ing.. atf Sequoia. Field. ,
The following (workers :from A. M.,, at the Reno Junior Elementary tax liability or previous ''I and vote for the' person he before Jat* '.Thursd.,.-afternoon. ''
Calif., and MInter Field, Bakers-
iford County received 'the School and there are,.approximately payments made on declarations.The ., feels, beat qualified to serve his -'bdreelt
field Calif.Army Describing more than
rd: IB candldat.* who amount left due In Line SIs Traine. s. community on natters relating to q

act D. Clark Joe H. Green, have qualified to take the course. the amount which should bal the AAA,, Program." once as "my husband's meat cut- \
He M. Harris, Arcadia E. liar.WnUe paid with the amended declaration. klleK:1: Wives Grpup ter"anda, woman "too busy to \
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After De'20'it will be look at the'clock", "Mrs, Peele
M. Were, RaIford Vf TreesOffered .1 .
Free Pine
; Small Residence Elects'
L Bacon Sr. for trains toblow within the city OfficersMrs. testified that she had had trouble i
Dewey ; ,
Growers To facilitate the handling of i limits of Stark. Clerk Carl Johns during' the afternoon of August ,
pllh A. Bennett. Everett E. these declarations, taxp a y e r s : said ;yesterday.i. The City Council Destroyed By ,Fire, .,, JE D.) I. Hamm was chosen 14 with Osale.;Bell,Wiggins who. I
Henry Boelter.;,, ,Mollla For Planting Now should attach to the amended de. ( Instructthe chairman of the Army Wives '
to she said
voted fire
Orvllleiklni Monday night A i dlllUtrqa8 which started was drinking whiskeyand (
Amos Brannen
lie, claratlon the statement Form Council elected at the luncheon onThursday
City Attorney\ to draw up an from' a n oil-burning water creating a disturbance In herplace ,
Conrail'' C, Brown,CHf- According to announcement by 1124 which has been forwarded to ordinance to that effect and haveIt ;'. .Dec. 2, at the, USO operated of buslnsaa.. she j
heater about ':11:5: P. M.'Thursday. Finally
: Chandler; Clarence E. Cly- County Agent 1. T. Dyer Bradford office. .
them by the Collector's by YWCA. Other members
Calvin B. Collin Leon County 4-H club members, ready for adoption by that bpdyon Dec. 2, rendered practically asked for ';his-:arrest by ,the citymarshab
AU persons are cautioned that named were! Mrs. R. A.Jaynes .
,
the 20thThis worthless a fi-room house Just 'This was done, but,
Joab Creek-more. Ray- Vocational Agricultural students, ,
or amended declarationsmust ,, vice chairman Mrs. J. N.
payments action-: Is the culmination acroM, South Walnut St.. from EdPr.v.tt' Wiggins was soon released on $10
Crews, Stafford L., Crewan and other landowners can'tecure be made or filed on or before Londlno, secretary, .Mrs. J. C. I
of series of complaints by bond to
a long garage. ,The house was cash and'returned< her
F. Crosby,), Russell S. free slash pine'seedlings, delivered 15 to avoid '
December pen- Clementr Mrs Walter _)>.' Klmble '
Starke citizens) because of .
that
Mary 11:. Drlikell Charles! prepaid, In amounts the. property of the former Chamber place Whereupon she sent' for' '
express
itlott John H. Fields; Purvis of from 000 to 9,000 tree., ,r teach alty. the continuous, unnecessary and of Commerce Secretary &r and Mrs..Mile* Stump. The functions Sheriff .A,;; O. ...AndreU.,_ When the> !'i
William V, Outhrle and Farmers w.re.not, required to loud blowing 'of trains all night Evelyn Stevens Kendrick whosepresent of the" council will be to,:organize sheriff arrived,'he .stated that the !.
person. file the estimated return on they''' were _urmble to sleep The address 'Is Fort Bragg, matter was out of his jurisdiction lij
yraond Hancock;] for trees are being filled and s p o n sor activitieswlilcVKeyfeerare
Orders Sept. 15. but are required to Council has.atedly taken the N.. C.. she. being .theAwIf.otO>U it. ''
II1n A., Har.rts..cJpiui5..C..fcar.Beryl : : : -, .basis of "first come-/,tint { 'wanted''Vy
the Dee.1 :
on declaration ,
make 'thla 'by VlthlYthe
authorities
Charles matter up proper Col. Kendrick' 'The house, occupied ( within Ita-Ilmtt... ,
C. Holland served" as long as the supply :. f the Seaboard RaUro.tI.but by M. W. Luke, employeof army wives and to assist newcomers Th.' defendant testified that
Anthony R. Johnson said:
lasts County Agent Dyer the' only result seemed to be the Starke Coca-Cola BottlingCo. In orientating themselvesand
ton L. Jones, Lansing B. slash seedlings later that night, 'after she and t
pine ,
One million
an. Grace J. Kennedy. W1Ii being held In reserve at Child Dies more and louder train blowing It ., was so badly gutted that It becoming acquainted with her'' husband, Joe Peele had'doe- '

i H. Knight Martin E. Land. are the now Florida Forest and Park Service After ScaldingGeorge was said. Hence the Council decided is entirely uninhabitable until re their new neighbors.Led ed the store and had gone to
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to take more drastic action. understood that insurance
d I C. Lang, Walter C. Loper Nursery at Olustee. The paired. It by Miss Sara Reed,.' director their apartment upstairs over
W. McCall, Glenn E. Meh trees were purchased by the Container Walker 3-year-old son was carried on the property of the USO club operated by their business, that a crowd evidently -

WUliam McPeak James Corporation of America at of Mr. and Mrs. John L. Walker, Seal Sale Total though the amount was not the YWCA those' attending the angered over the arrest of

McRae. Spruell D. Medlln Fernandina for tree distributionto died Friday at 4:43: P. M. from Reaches $234.20The determined. The damage was between luncheon joined In singing Christ Wiggins, 'began milling 'about ;

pit B. Melson, Jamea A. Mil- Interested 'fa mer. and, other burns sustained Wednesday. Dec. $500 and firemen$1,000. returned mas carols, accompanied by Mrs their place throwing bricks and

Hiram Norman Hector L. In 1, while playing In the yard at sale of Christmas Seals and Before the' Hy Lusher ''at. the piano.. They bottles against the Peele store
counties
In those the' ,Irat. n alarm
fire a
I landowners from
I Pitta and Lorraine S Priest; which this Company operates. mile east of Starke. According 4, brought hi $234.20., Mr*. Glen came 'In 'from the Condon'Grill piano selections by Pfc... W. She said thai after some time

|Bleve L. Rich Edd C.'Roberts. Mr Dyer urged all Interested to a neighbor his mother was Duke, County .Chairman stated near 'th.had postofflce thrown-where a' lighted) somesmoker D. Klmble who Is organist at the of this she, 'saw her husband

lens Sapplngton Jr.. Labon persons: !In, Bradford County: to washing clothes, when the child' yesterday that approximately. 1-4 match cigarette into a pile of Post Chapel at Camp Blandlng.. I. "couldn't" take it any more" and.
Scoring, Edward T. Shull take advantageof this generous pot' of those sent seals had responded or Following*the luncheon a meetIng that he .went' down .the stair I'
wash wash
room.
into the towels In the
In C. Smith Lonzo R. Start offer and to place their orders fell partially She asks'Ithat i all persons please dirty and the of i the, Army Wives' Council leading from their apartment to

r. Percy J. Starling W mont with him, or.any member of 'theState filled with boiling water. buy seals as soon as possible.The No damage, was done without the was held at which Mrs. ClementI) the sidewalk and that she followed. -'

line and Coy A. Stephenaon. Forest Service, at once. He Besides his father and mother X-Ray Mobtje Unit-will be fire was the extinguished fire hose. offered to'be in charl'_' 'of the carrying their, .32 calibre pis
James i T. Kenchell that this might .beneces-, his'l'andmother lnBradford* 13 use of, .
Prevail. stated he Is survived by County December'/ scheduling of helpers at the information tol.Richard .
!tare, Horace Nettles, John P. sary In order to be sure of having Mrs Minnie. Walker of Jasper; 14, and 15th7" "Tour, purchase of 'desk, and Mrs. Stump I Bennett,, Jr.,. also((came

ct, EdwardjkJt Blount, LoA the' trees held In reserve until three brothers,.John Henry Walker Christmas Seals helps) make this Guy ,Sale Sells assumed the task ',of securing up i at that time carryinga shotgun .' .
.
Rosier. Iretta L Bran- needed by the applicant. stationedat poa.lbl.M. Duke atated. Business Building volunteer, workers at the snack according: to testimony by
Willie Fayaon. 'Robert. H. December and January are the of the U.; S., Navy bar Mrs. Peele. He had been in the

kiln, James Houston Rayon months to plant forest trees), and Norfolk Va., .J. W: Walker Thomas B. Triest Under date of Nov. 30 Guy H. Mrs. John Healy will give, Instruction nearby .apartment of Elsie Ves-

Cephus Johnson; Ola L the beet time to plant Is after a and Raymond W. Walker bOth Sale sold his brick building at In knitting and sewing aggl, an employe) In the restaurant -

r. Harry C. Padgett Nancy soaking rain. Tools for planting of Starke; two sisters Margaret Funeral WednesdayThomas 126 East Call St. to Mrv Leila each Monday afternoon from two '. operated by the Peeles,, and
Bummer, Preston T. 'Roberts, will be loaned by the of Leila's Dress .
these trees Walker and Mrs Ottls Geiger B. Triest, 80-year-old Mundy proprietor o'clock. came down because the troublemaker
* w J. Wllkeraon, Willie Cain, Forest Service and demonstrations Shoppe and Beauty Salon. The were. shooting and throw-
mornIng Health Institute 'to
died Monday
'eet t M. Futch, Joseph H. Har- in correct planting procedure both of Starke. farmer' early at Theressa. He consideration was approximately meetings. Ing thing around his, car Mrs.
his home which
". at all Interested women are
conducted
Truby L. Wainwrlght Ruth will be given If ,requested. Mr. Funeral services were ",000, Peel. stated.
Is survived by three daughtersMrs. held
Invited are
on Thursdaysat
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M. Louise Rosier and Clara Dyer said. Monday at 1.p, :M. at the graveside .' Pearl Bryan of,Hobe Sound The building, now occupied by two o'clock. The witness testified that the

Hna Harley.Mae of Starke. with the Rev:, A. E. Light- Mrs. Olive Kelsey .of Tberesaa. Joe Evans with his new type of The first series o f Future men began .tussling over Bennett'sgun

rows, Edwards John A. B Complex VitaminsOn foot officiating. 'Honorary pallbearers and Mrs Annie Murphy of South Indoor baseball was formerly occupied Mothers' Club meetings has been ; and got out into the streetIn
Joseph M. Barnes Al.R. by Benny'a Grocery and front of''the old office of the
E.Triest .
,
of his Miami; three' sons Sidney
Lovett'sAt composed
Ballot. Sale At were completed and another Is con.
James O. David- of Theressa Calvin L. more recently by the Military Inn late Dr. O, W, *Brown several
ta Artle D. Dobbs., Gordon M. Low Prices playmates. Interment was In the Triest of Tampa, and James F. Mrs. Mundy baa not yet announced templated.wives {hundred feetaway. Her husband !
Percy Griffin. Hubbard Lake Cemetery with DeW her future plans with referenceto Army and their friends In
Crosby Trtest .who I. .now over-seas; 19 joined the tussle, aha said an
*Harley St. Clair Harley Ar- Natural B Complex Vitaminsare tt C. Jones In charge of ar grandchildren, .four'of whom are the building/ are Invited to come to lynch at attempt to get the shotgun awayso
C. Pearce Owen J.'Phillips, Lovett's at 1 o'clock next Thursday Reservations
now on sale at rangements. In the"a e r v aceaDd 10> great nobody would be hurt. The
rt
Starling Hiram Ben. 'Ii should be made by 0 P.
D.
EWe ; low,, grocery store prices.These <" i grandchildren He .iia memberof Clinic Postponed defendant stated that she then
C. PatrlekvtRossIe P. vitamins'. endorsed by I the Advent .Church, M.," on Tuesdays at the office In | fired her pistol into the, air In

(Conlnued on page' five) Walter H. Eddy Ph.D., noted nutrition Cemetery WorkingAn Funeral services were;,conducted ''Th41'' drlpplad'''Children's) Clinic, the fice.USO across from the poet of- the hope of scaring ,the crowd

authority who says -f all-day working will beheld at Hope Church Wednesday at previously scheduled for January ,, t I away. She also admitted previ-

At The have made .complete laboratory at Santa Fe Cemetery on :3 P. M.. with Dr. Rollin Jones 20, has .been poetponed until sometime ; ouely-firing. If',into'' the air while
Library teats on' Major-B Complex Vitamins Thursday Dec. 16. AU persons of: Gainesville officiating. Pallbearers In )lareJ1..'accordlnlf to< an Farmers Receive. at the 'top of the !,stairs j,before

D NNYBROOK, by Gladys and fully recommend them Interested are asked to come pre were W.- S. Slbiey J.;. D.Grifn announcement yesterday by. Dr. Checks For $10,000 descending to' the aldewalk.Witnesses .

:-ty Carroll-Read"l of,HAl to man woman and children". pared to'sta3'\'\, and work all day. _. L. Williamson' OUle L R. Abrams director of the H i fortheprosecution; : ,

[ Earth .". have. been Major-B Vitamins are availablein Those who cannot be present are Williamson. Clyde Hersey and Clay-B r a d ford County Health -The farmers) of this county are .i had testified"thatIfr.'eele! was tat

wins; for this author to write several sixes. t.0vets asked to send a wor1ter'or send Orvllle'Brooklns. Interment was Unit. "It will be .Impossible t, for receiving f h e II' Conservation her side when she first started

other book of the same kind. urging that a package of Major- money to one of the following hi'Hope'' cemetery. The Wilson Dr Martini to be hereon- the Checks for practices carried out shooting rather i 'than tussling

-. with greater scope ,ma- B Vitamins be kept on the dinner members of the committee: J. J. I Funeral Home of Lake City was January 20< ;elate," pr; 'Abram* on their farms In 1943 states' L. 'with' the crowd and that she

Wty.and insight; she ha* surr table so 'the family can be I i Brannen Lynn. Hall _L. J. Wynn In charge -arrangements. stated. T.. Dyer county, agent.. fired directly, into the group. During -

ed that nrst novel so 'kept In the pink of condition.i .c. To date*,. about halt, of the the shooting: Thompson, 32-
. dely re.d'and loved' This checks for the i county have been year-old Lawtey carpenter was

y a true story,*f' the-Warrens Bessent Improving: IMPORTANT DATES FOR BRADFORD COUNTIANS WHO ARE received, totaling over $10,600.00. killed and Bennett and Wigginswere
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a Kalne.. IN HEALTH
INTERESTED Mr Dyer also states that, there Injur.d.I ,
WE: FOLLOWED OUR Abe Bessent who broke his are about 10O'farmer who have I an attempt td, Impeach the

**TS TO HOLLYWOOD by I back on Sept. 26 while playing Board of Health'g Mobile ,X-ray Unit Will Give Free Chest a' not been to Ills office 'yet. to testimony of Mr. Peele who waa

"' K'mbrough' JAr a Joyous with his children on the playground The State As Follows: "::, J make their crop reports and sign on the stand most Thursday
X-rays ,
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sole from beginning to at Keystone Heights. their application for payment; morning. State' Attorney T. )EX

'lid. This one ''to about 'the Improving so rapidly that he was MONDAY DEC 13 '' Jfe i : They have'; until December .31, to Duncan asked him If' he had not

ustbor and Cornelia Otla Skla- able to get out of the house on M. '7P.' M. -to 9 P M. ;" do this, be says. made.the following statement to
aen'. ,. Dec. 2 to go' to the Alachua Health Center Starke-Z P.M..to 4 P. ; < ?. '; ; i Sheriff A.. O. Andreu on "August19s

NON-iJ Btrr THE'Lomr.T!: County Hospital, Gainesville, for TUESDAY..DEC. 14' ':"L"*' 'r ',Commissioners- Met "If she (Mrs. Peele) h ad'
by Richard With the aid of a '.' started shooting a, few seconds

I, a novel of """wey Llewellyn'..London.the I''cane' a check-up.. on his. kCall '. +U"" City Hall, Lawtey-9 A. M.LP.M. M. v ::, ( The Board of County Commissioner later she might have hit me, because .
ttel1 meted on to 4 P, M.; 7 P M. io 9 P..M.
WIth arn ; narra- also friends .: 7:% Brooker Community '.'' ) had .a brief and uneventful I got In that crowd, trying';
lkUl that,featured -How Street,< three or four times thisi .- '" '' .. :, I v" : meeting :M o n day morning. to get that shotgun away."

2 was My Valley"' i week., WEDNESDAY, DEC. 15 *. -:T 'a'! :fJ.. : I Only routine business, such as Peels denied having made sucha

by 1'1nI: FAINTING BUTLER [ He spent 17 .days la the hospital Health Center Starke-10 A.' M -to 12 Noon ;f sra""" paying bills and receiving reports statement t

Clifford Knight: GOING, after the accident and has Reno Colored School=6:30 P. M. to 8 P.,M. : from County official, was trans Defense witnesses.testified that

4 GONE by Phoebe At.. been In bed at his home on W...l i acted. Circuit Court betas In session when the scuffling tint 'began,

4 gT Taylor: and LOOK YOUR Madison St.,"since that time. He X1\IAS'SEALS AND TUBERCULOSIS BONDS. HEIPSTO I and the Clerk being occupied shot were heard1 and pistol fire ,
-IOIIae by ha, Snew. Strange are said Monday that he thought he THE SALE OF" v : there, other matter were laid war seen from throe different dl-' ,jt'
POSSIBLE
Of the to have the cast MAKE.THIS over .until .a later meeting. notions at .
\he\ Public mysteries' at would be able .the same ,time.
Library. I removed Dec. 15. -, i \

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Official County,Publicolfbn Established In 1877 .1 1A

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Instructor B. H. S. Principal ,,Commissioned

Workers 9 ,Tax Payment Speaks At Rotary A.C.A. Election Mrs. Peele Denies '




tt t Awards' On Incomes B.Foster H. S.,Shl was SmltHi guest principal speaker of at To Be 'SaturdayAnnual Held Firing Shot() ,

.,.aCampBlandfflg. the Rotary'Club Wednesday, dlsousslngfome 'I'

,V ry Important problems ) That Killed Man :
Due) December 15 'in'Connection; with our young ba ::

a x i'yV, Ttel people and so-called wartime "delinquency. r-

i ."
and seventy-nine L. Stated In election of officers will Slim, self-styled "busy woman' '
hundred ; John Fahs. Collector of Internal .J.r. Smith that most.
County : be held by the Bradford County Edna Peel. took the witness
entl of Bradford Revenue, announces that Instances when! young people get
the groUp'' 1,640 statements have been forwardedto Into trouble, the delinquency can Agricultural Conservation Association stand here Wednesday afternoon'I I
among ef- between the hours of 9 A. and told a Circuit Court Jury that f
now aiding the war all Individual taxpayers who be i traced back to the parentsand
tons at M. and 4 P. M. on Saturday, De- she did not fire the shot that i
civilian: employees filed an estimated declaration for the ome' rather than to the
l( a+ 1I cember 10, at the Courthousehere. br +Map' killed Ancll Thompson, on the
Lb.eDepartment"
Ii
Blandlng who received' the year 1943 on September IS. i child. He urged parents to take I'
,
night of
P August 14. ,
:
new ,Emblem AU Individuals, who at this time more intereitkn their children, to '
ClTlliaa' Service at a ,format\ I r1 find that their estimate .prepared know ,what tbey+are. doing ,and !Three members. and ,two,;alternates ; t Testifying readily,;almost,eagerly .
: ,
( parade ? ; : of'Ihe:: /County' Cotrtmlttee In' a ,vofoe! afar/stronger and .'
Msony on ,the ..Camp, and filed on September IS la still' where they art...in. their leisure ] I
,' are to be elected on that date clearer than tbe' usual ,"witness I
Wednesday at least 80 cent correct, time. :
de per '
? I' and the newly elected Committee stand murmur" ,Mrs. Peele declared '
,
Holland was guest of should return the statement There la a great need in Starke
ttnot will hold office from Jan. 1, to that, she ,fired Into the air to
color for planned of recreation
band music and a which has been forwarded to a program ,
r and 1)40'31, 1..4.,
disperse a mob of
Saturday night
parade featured the cere- them with their remittance covering and athletics for young people .
during which Brig.,, Oen.A. the total balance due on the speaker said. This program The present Committeemen are: trouble-makers,'' who had been
?Ies James Rosier* chairman. Lester rocks and bottles
throwing at her
"commander should Include all
Kunzlg, camp or before December 19. youngsters
Kite and Ralph HazeD with L. J. store and' In
nted tbe awards. Dr, W. J. Fenton, staff;pnysl. Collector Fahs advises( all''taxpayers and not just those who are apartment awtey.
It Wynn and F. M. Norman alternates Lt., Thomas Clifford Hasten. Jr.. The fatal' bullet came from some
school was
the tea m a,
emblems, representing a clan. first aid, water safety'.and that under existing Income on '
brought out Such a program son of Mr. and Mrs. T. C. Hasenof other source she'stated.
BaU.or' accident prevention service 'for
itlon of six month' ,/ tax law declarations are All farmers In
participating the
service, were Instituted by the eastern area American Red required to be within 80 'percent would be a wise Investment on Agricultural Cons ervatlon Pro- Brooker,, received his commission ,Entering Its fourth day before ;

Army Service Forces 'under Cross, will again visit the ,Bradford correct, otherwise a penaltywill the part of the city Mr. Smith gram In this county are eligible and the silver wings of a a court room.crowded with spectators j'

"Without the County Chapter, Judge ,E. attach. stated, because for every dollar full-Hedged pilot' at the Army Air perspiring" In r
an
of Congress. to cast a vote and are also eligibleto uneeasony,, ?,
dollars wouldbe School
.if and patriotic, support of K. Perryman, Chapter Chairman All taxpayers'who find that spent now several be 'elected as commItteemen, Forces Advanced Flying able December "heat wave", 'the I
later when the boys Stockton Field Calif. Nov. 3.
of the Warutment. has announced that Dr. Fenton. saved on on
worker their September estimate wasnot
civilian provided they meet all other re defense closed Its case at
Into 'useful cltl- Bomber'Schoo4 noon
entire who conducted a first aid Instructors and girls develop He Is now attending the
the machinery within 80( should .
effort would fall training course here In percent.correct" Sifts rather than criminal liabilities. quirements.Mr. at. K I r tJand Field Albuquerque Thursday: The State'prepared to '
die War file an amended estimate on Form Clayton, Administrative Of-
The award February for white Instructors, New Mexico. Before present rebuttal testimony yesterday '
;it of Its objective. 1040K3. On this form taxpayers ., ficer In charge at. Gainesville "
i recognition by the govern- will conduct a ,course Dec.. 13-lT shall claim credit in Line 4 for 11" states:, "It should be the personal entering the final and advanced afternoon and ,It was,, unlikely .

of the merit of this work," for negro can d idates., These all payments made during 1943. responsibility of every farmer to course, Lt. Hasan completed 18 that the first degree murder ( ,
City Oi lawsTrainWIiisfles weeks) of,primary and basIc trainIng I
classes will be held from 9 to 12
era! Kunzlg stated.The either on account; of their 1943 Income participate actively In the election ogee, would to the 0 .
at Sequoia Field Visalia, go jury
worker from A. M.. at the Reno Junior Elemen
[ following ;' tax liability or previous w and vote for the person he before late ,Thursday afternoon.
Calif., and Minter Field Bakersfield oil
School and there are ,,
the approximately
received tary
declarations.
ord County payments made on feels best' qualified to serve his -
rd: I 15 candidates who The amount left due In Line 5 community on matters relating to Calif.Army Describing herself more, than ',

luk D. Clark, Joe H. Green, have qualified to take the course. Is the amount which should be. the AAA Program." once as "my husband's meat cut\

tie M. Harris, Arcadia E. Har- paid with the amended declara ) Wives Group ter" and, a woman "too busy to>>
After 'De 20 It will be Illegal look at the clock", Mrs. Peels j fi
Willie M. Weae,, Raiford V. Free Pine Trees .
Small Residence Elects OfficersMrs. t
ires, Dewey L. Bacon, Sr., tion.To for trains toblow within the city testified that she had had trouble
Offered Growers facilitate the handling of limits of Starke, Clerk Carl Johns during ,the afternoon of August \\j
fish A. Bennett Everett K. these declarations, taxp aye r s said yesterday: The City Council I Destroyed By Fire. B. L. Hamm was chosen 14 with Ossie Bell Wiggins' who- ,I,
Henry Boelter ,Mollle For Planting Now attach the amended declaration 'the
should to ikadayhnight to Instructthe chairman of Army Wlve'l.Council I
voted she said
was
fire
Ie, Amos 'Brannen, Orville i A disastrous which started drinking whiskeyand
Form
the statement elected at the luncheon on I
Conrad/ C. Brown, Cllf- to announcement by City Attorney to draw up an from a n oil-burning water creating disturbance In her
kInI, According to I
1124 which has been forwarded Dec. 2. at the USO
ordinance to that effect and haveIt heater about 4:13: : P. M., Thursday Thursday operated 'I place of business Finally ,,she !
Chandler, Clarence E. Cly- County Agent L. T. Dyer Bradford
office. ,
'them by the Collector's YWCA. Other
Calvin B. Collins, Leonr County 4-H club members, cautioned that ready for adoption by that bodyon I Dec. 2, rendered practically by mem asked for hI. 'arrest, by ,the city
All persons are ben named were: Mrs. R. A.
'' the 20tlu worthless a .room house just marshal.' This was done, but !
Joab Creekmorer Ray- Vocational Agricultural students, i
payments or amended declarationsmust This action' Is the culminationof Jaynes.,. vice chairman, Mrs. J. N. "
.
aero** South Walnut St., from Ed Wiggins was soon released on $10
Crews Stafford L. Crews, other landowners can secure
and before
be made or filed on or Londlno, secretary, Mrs. J. C.
a long series of complaints by Prevatt's garage. The house was cash bond and returned to her :
n F. Crosby Russell S. free slash pine seedlings, deliver} December 15, to avoid pen '
Starke citizen that because of Clementf Mra. Walter D. Ktmble
Mary E. Drlskell Charles ed express prepaid. In amountsof : the property of the former Chamber place, whereupon she sent for

miott, John H. Fields, Purvis from BOO to 9,000 trees. for alty.Farmers to the continuous unnecessary and i of Commerce Secretary tars. and ).fr.. Miles Stump. The functions Sheriff A.; O. ..Andreu. When the

10, William V, Guthrie and each person. were not required loud blowing :of trains all night Evelyn Stevens Kendrick whose of the council will, be to organize sheriff arrived, J>a ,stated that the
file the eaUmaed.retu, on they were unable to sleep The present address Is Fort Bragg, matter was out of his jurisdiction,
\'IIOnd Hancock.A. .
Orders for trees are being filled to and s p o n sor activities
Sept. 13. but are required Council has repeatedly taken the N.. C.. she being the,.wlf., O44UUCol. lt.being'the-city's-plat*. 1.0 keep
HamsJ4hn.C..fefBeryl : '
the bails of "first come-,' Unitserved" Dec. whlcVth'eyfeeri wanted"'liy"army
on this declaration by re
make' matter tip wulivthe proper authorities .
C. Holland, Charles KendrIck. 'The house, occupied order within its,limits. ,I ,
as long as the supply 16. f the Seaboard Railroad, by M., W. Luke, employeof wives, and to assist newcomers -
Ins, Anthony R. Johnson, said.: The defendant testified that
Dyer
lasts County Agent
but the only results seemed to be the Starke Coca-Cola Bottling In orientating themselves :
ton L. Jones, Lansing B. One million slash pine seedlings later that night 'after she and
ui, Grace J. Kennedy, Wll- are now being held In reserve at Child Dies more and louder train blowIng It Co., was so badly gutted that It and becoming acquainted with her husband, Joe Peele. had closed .
said. Hence the Council decided -
,
H. Knight Martin E. JAnd.wuod the Florida Forest and Park Ser After ScaldingGeorge was Is entirely uninhabitable until re- their new neighbors. the store and had gone to
take drastic action.
to more
understood that Insurance
It Is -
paired.
C. Lang Walter C. Loper, vice Nursery at Olustee. The Led by Miss Sara Reed,. dIrec- their apartment, upstairs ,oyer
ia W. McCall, Glenn E. Mc- trees were purchased by the Container Walker 3-year-old son was carried on the prop- tor of the USO club operated by their'business, that a crowd, evidently

uh, William McPeak, James Corporation of America at of Mr. and Mrs. John L. Walker Seal Sale Total erty, though the amount was not the YWCA those attending the angered over the arrest of

McRae Spruell D. MedlIn, Fernandlna for free distribution died Friday at 4:45: P. M. from Reaches $234.20The determined. The damage was between luncheon joined In singing Christmas Wiggins, began milling'about

lie S. Melson, James A. Mil' to Interested farmers and, other burn sustained Wednesday, Dec. $500 and $1,000. returned carols, accompanied by Mrs. their place, .throwing bricks and 1
firemen
', Hiram Norman Hector L. in 1, while playing In the yard at sale of Christmas Seals and Before the Hy Lusher'at the piano. They bottles against the Peele store f
those counties the'first alarm
landowners in from fire a n
enby Earl J. Filcher, Clanton his home on, the old Raiford roada Bonds has, through Saturday Dec. were also entertained with two and apartment.
PUll and Lorraine S. Priest. which this Company o..crates. of Starke. Accordingto in ( Mrs. Glen came In from the Condon'Grill said
mile east 4, brought $234.20. pIano' selections by:> Pfc. Walter She that after some time i
leve L. RIch Edd C.'Roberts. Mr, Dyer urged all Interested a neighbor, his mother was Duke, County Chairman, stated near the Postofflce, where some D. KImble, who Is organist at Ihe of this she saw her husband !
had thrown a lighted
fane Sappington, Jr., Labon persons in Bradford County to washing clothes, when the child :yesterday. that approximately 1-4 match smoker Into a pile of Post Chapel at Camp Blending "couldn't take it any more" and :

ScogglM. Edward T. Shull, take advantage of this generous of those sent seals had responded. or cigarette Following the luncheon meetIng that he went down the) stairs '
Into the wash pot towels In the wash room. a
alt C SmIth Lonzo R. Start offer, and to place their orders fell partially I She asks I ithat all persons please dirty of the Army Wives' Councilwas leading from their apartment to I
Percy J. WUmont him, or member of the tilled with boiling water. seals as possible.The No damage was done, and the '
Starling with any buy as soon held, at which Mrs. Clement the sidewalk and that she followed
the
"hug and Coy A. Stephenaon.' State Forest Service, at once. He Besides his father and mother X-Ray Mobile Unit will be fire of was the extinguished fire hose without' offered to be In ,charge 'of the .carrying their .32 ,calibre pis

Junes T. Prevatt, Herschel stated that this might be ,necessary he Is survived by his grandmother In'Bradford County December'13, use scheduling of helpers at the Information tol.
ten! Horace Nettles 'John P.Wck. order to be sure of hav- lSth> "Tour, of
in 14, and purchase
of Jasper; Richard Bennett Jr also
Mrs. Minnie. Walker desk and Mrs. Stump )tcame
Edwar Lo- held in reserve until Christmas Seals helps make this Guy Sale Sell
the trees
three brothers, John Henry Walker assumed the task o f securing up at that time carrying shot' 1
A. Rosier, Iretta I. Bran- needed by the applicant. I possible," Mrs. Duke stated.
Business volunteer to
stationed BuildingUnder workers at the snack gun according testimony by ;
Willie of the U. S. Navy, I
Payson Robert. H.A'In. December and January are the bar. Mrs. Peele. He had been In the f\

James Houston,' Rayon months to plant forest trees and at Norfolk Va.. J. W. Walker Thomas B. Triest date of Nov. 30 Guy H. Mrs. John Healy will give instruction nearby apartment of Elsie Ves-

Cephus Johnson Ola I.w. to Is after a W. Walker both Sale sold his brick at !
the best time plant and Raymond building In knitting and sewing aggi, an employe In the restaurant
Funeral WednesdayThomas
Harry C. Padgett. Nancy Tools for planting 126 East Call St. to Mrs Leila
soaking rain. of Starke; two sisters Margaret each Monday afternoon from two operated by the Peeles,, and I
summer, Preston. Roberts, these trees will be loaned by the Walker and :Mrs. Ottls GeIger B. Triest, 80-year-old Mundy proprietor of Leila's Dress o'clock. came down because the troublemakers }:
"w J. Wllkerson. Willie Cain, and demonstrations and Salon. The
Forest Service, Shoppe Beauty were shooting and throwIng -
died Monday morning -
farmer, early Health
Ill t M. of Starke. Institute meetings to
Futch Joseph H. Har- procedure both consideration
in correct planting at his home at Theressa. He was approximately things around his car Mrs.
B. conducted which all Interested women are
Truby L. Ruth Mr. Funeral services were
WainwrIght will be given If requested 4000. Peele stated.'The .
survived three daughtersMrs. -
Is
**. M. by Invited, are held on Thursdays
Louise Rosier and Clara Dyer said. Monday at 1 ,P. M. at the graveside The building, now occupied by '
M Pearl Bryan, of Hobe Sound, at two o'clock. witness testified that the
Harley, of Starke., with the Rev. A. E. Light- Mrs Olive Kelsey of Theressa. Joe Evans with his new type of men began tussling over Bennett'sgun
Edna The first series. f Future
Mae Edwards, John A. VitaminsOn of South Indoor baseball, was formerly occupied 0 and out into the
re a, Joseph M. AIR B Complex foot officiating. Honorary pallbearers and Mrs. Annie Murphy Mothers' Club meetings,has been ; got streetin
Barnes Lovett'sAt composed of his Miami; three sons, Sidney E. .by Benny's Grocery and front of the old office of the
Ballot James Davld- Sale At were completed, and another Is con
O. L. more recently by the Military Inn, .
late several
the Triest, of Theressa, Calvin Dr. O. W Brown,
J Artie D. Dobbs Gordon M. Low Prices playmates. Interment was la Triest of Tampa, and James F. Mrs Mundy has not yet announced templated. hundred feet,away. .Her husband

a, Percy Griffin. Hubbard Crosby Lake Cemetery with De Triest .who Is now over-s.as; 19 her future plans with referenceto Army wives and their friendsare joined the tussle, she said in an
Harley. St. Clair Harley ArC Natural B Complex Vitaminsare In charge of ar the building. Invited to come to lunch at
f Witt C. Jones grandchildren, ,four of whom are attempt to get the shotgun.away
Pearce, Owen J. Phillips, Lovett's at 1 o'clock next Thursday. Reservations
on sale at Ice and 10 great would be The
"*n now rangements. In the" s e r v so nobody hurt.
; Starling '. should be made 6
P.
Hiram Ben. by
" D. low grocery store prices. '1' grandchildren. He. Is a memberof Clinic PostponedThe defendant stated that she then
.
Ettie C. f M., on Tuesdays at the office In
Patrick, tRossle P ,
endorsed by
vitamina'are ,
These WorkingAn the Advent Church. fired her pistol, Into the ,air In
(Conlnued on page five) Walter H. Eddy Ph.D., noted nutrition Cemetery Funeral services were conducted Crippled Children's Clinic the USO across from the post of- the hope of scaring the> crowd

authority who says, ,"I all-day working will be at Hope Church Wednesday at previously scheduled for January fice. away. She, also admitted previously .

At The have made complete laboratory at Santa Fe Cemetery on 3 P. M.. with Dr. Rollin Jones, 20, has been postponed until some firing It Into the air whileat
held
Library tests on KaJor-B Complex Vitamins Thursday, Dec. 16.. All persons of Gainesville, officiating Pall time In March, "according to an Farmers Receive, the top of the'stairs.. ,before .

DUNNTBROOK by Gladys and fully recommend themto Interested are asked to come prepared bearers were W. S. Slbley, J. D. announcement yesterday by. Dr. Checks For $10,000 descending to the sidewalk.
** and children". L. V.. Williamson, Ollie L R. Abrams, director of the
J Carroll:Readers of "As man, woman to'stay; and work all day. Grim. Witnesses for, the prosecution
he Earth Turns have been ,MaJor-B Vitamins are available Those who cannot be present are Williamson Clyde Hersey and Clay-B r a d for d County Health 'The farmers of this county are had testified that 'Mr. .Peele was

wg for this author to write la several sixes.: Lovetfs is asked to send a worker'or, send I Orvllle Brooklns. Interment was Unit. ."It will be Impossible .,for receiving their Conservation at her side when she first started }

m ner book of the same kind. urging that a package of Major- money to one of the following I lID Hope cemetery. The Wilson Dr. Martin 'to be hereon the Checks for practices carried out shooting, rather, than tussling

sew, with greater scope, ma- B Vitamins be kept on the dinner members of the committee: J. J'I|I Funeral Home of Lake City was January 20' date," Dr. 'Abram.ata on their farms In 1943, states L. with the crowd, and that she

anty, and Insight, she has'sur- table so the family can be Brannen, Lynn Hall L. J. Iin I charge of arrangements. ted. T. Dyer, county agent. fired directly Into the group. During

*aed that first novel so kept In the pink of condition.Bessent ,<. To date', about half, a f the the shooting, Thompson 32-

'dely read and loved. This' checks for the ,county have been year-old Lawtey carpenter was

II a try- "ory,et the' Warrens Improving IMPORTANT, DATES FOR BRADFORD COUNTIANS WHO ARE received, totaling over 1050000. killed and Bennett and Wigginswere
lfalne IN HEALTHThe
INTERESTED
Mr. Dyer also states that there Injured.
WE FOLLOWED OURHOLLYWOOD Abe Bessent who broke his are about 100 farmers who have In an attempt to', Impeach the

ARTS TO by back on Sept. 26 while playing State Board of Health's Mobile X-ray ,Unit Will Give Free Chest not been to his office ''yet, to j I testimony of Mr. Peele who was con

Rlruty Klmbrough Is a Joyous with his children on the playground : X-raya As Follows: make their crop reports and sign the stand moat of Thursday

roalcle from beginning to at Keystone Heights, U ( their application for payment: morning, State's Attorney T. K.

d Thla one 'ta about the Improving so rapidly that he was :MONDAY, DEC. 13 '';',1-"T They have until December .31, to 'Duncan asked him If' he had not

a1ltbor and Cornell Otis Skin- able to get out of the house on : do this he says.Commissioners'. made ,the following statement to
,, Alachua Health Center, Starke-2 P.,M..to 4 P. M.7; P. M. to. 9 p, M. r
Dec. 2 to goto the Sheriff A. O. Andreu on August

NONE BUT THE LONELY,' County Hospital Gainesville fora TUESDAY, DEC 14 .. '' Met K: "If she (Mrs., Peele) had
Z4RT by Richard check-up. With the aid of a started shooting a, few seconds

l I a novel of cockney Llewellyn London, cane and also cast on his back he .* City Hall. Lawtey-9 A. M. to 12 M. ': The Board of County Commissioners later she might have hit me, be-

tIy' Itten l with the, tame n.rra'kUl greeted friends on Calla : '& Brooker Community Hall- l P. M. to 4 P. M.; 7, P. M. to 9 P. M. had a'brief and unevent cause I got in that crowd tryingto

that featured "How Street three or four times this *,' 'R'r ful meeting :M o n day morning. get that shotgun 'away."
>
.ir'eeu "
wall My Valley"' week., WEDNESDAY DEC. 15 Only routine business, such as Peele denied having made sucha .

bJ'nii: FAINTING BUTLER He spent 11 day. In the hospital Health Center. Starke-10 A.- M, to 12 Noon '* +jtv" paying bills and receiving reports statement. .

Cl1ft<>rd Knight; GOING after the accident, and has Reno Colored School--5:30: P. M. to 8 P. ,M. from County officials, was trans Defense witnesses testified that
C1G
rood CONE by Phoebe AtUr been in bed at his home on West acted. Circuit Court being In session when the scuffling first began,

vylor! and LOOK YOUR St.. since that time. He XMAS'SEALS AND TUBERCULOSIS BONDS HEIPS: and the Clerk being occupied shots were heard and pistol fire

spas by John S. Strange are said Monday, that he thought he TilE SALE OF TO MAKE TIllS POSSIBLE : there, other matters were laid was seen from three different directions
cast
u... PuOfb lie the new mysteries' at, would be able to have the over until later'meeting.. .. at the same time.

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PAGE TWO BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH !STARKE.!! FLORIDA FRIDAY. JF.n..r: leTHE
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relativesand vUle and are settled la one of Mrs J.
turned after a visit with L.
Meyers
BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH PINE LEVELBy HAMPTONBy friends at Cocoa Orlando and 'the Lamereaux apartments.Mrs. I Mr and Mr, Bus hl''
Mrs. II. M. McRae. Barbara Home of Gilbert La
Pahokee. Avery Dennison left Sun I Melrose, Were <1 1to
Established 1877 Rev. W. E. Hall filled his regular GIFTS PRESENTED Elmer Gay was the week-end day for a visit at Wauch la. day.Mr. 111 .-.,,
appointment at Pine Level TO MRS.. ANDREWSThe guest of Junior pace, of Lawtey.Mr. rind E. I and Mrs. L. O.
MBM I1R.PR1iSSAS50CJATK5N. Rev. >>1. Dp Garrett Chtl
Saturday and Sunday with a large Intermediate Class of the and Mrs. C. H. Harper family wereSaturday shoPPlnr
'+ congregation. Methodist Sunday School presented have moved here from Gaines of Waldo, were guests of Mr, and III

1'iAtlFWA,6b11O1( iILASSa All i'ft Joseph G. Schultz has returnedto a very pretty hand painted
hishome at Plttsburg Pa, picture to theft teacher, Mrs. W ..... L;;. ,, J I
after spending several days withH. L. Andrews at class Sunday, Dec. ,
Eo L,-Matthew _.__________ Editor and Owner and 0 for II' .
i M. McRae family. as a token of appreciation
Mrs. Russell McRae and little her helpful'leadership. Mrs. Andrews -
SUBSCRIPTION RATE daughter.Linda. and mother, Mrs. wishes to 'thank her claaa
ll Yearly ,1.7th Six: Months, '1.00 Newsom all of Starke were visiting grain for the gift and It It with /L. P4 ze'V
Mrs. H. M. McRae Sunday regret that she Is having: to give
Published Weekly, on Fridays and Entered as Second Class Matter afternoon. the class up. Those present were: r ruuFLORIDA
'
at the Pot Office at Starke, Florida. The birthday celebration given Betty 'Jean and Helen Adklns, ,:?

Sunday at Pine Level Church In Mabel Green Virginia Dyal Hilda

Pulpwood Falls On. Berlin honor of Mrs. W. E. Hall by her Brown. Margaret Dyal Nell Earl
many friends was enjoyed and a and Carlos .Meyers, John Paul

''If you picked, up a paper and read that American Liberator bountiful dinner was, spread at the Wheelus and Donald Faircloth. :
bombers: just' noon hour. The Supt. and teachers also
had dropped 100 cords of'pulpwood on
Miss Blanche Warren, of Wash presented Mrs. Andrews with a
Berlin, you could be excused for thinking that the editor ington Springs 'spent the week- lovely cake plate' and knife for

had gone crazy. end with Miss Mamie ,Kelly the faithful and willing work she lYe<< _

Or, if, you read that a, powerful battleship fired three Mfrs. T. N. Norman and Mrs. has assisted them with In church IfJ
affairs during; her stay at Hampton -
EldoivSapp, of Gum Branch were
salvos of pulpwood from its 16-inch guns ,and sank one of .
visiting Mrs. B. M. McRae Wednesday
Tojo'a dwindling' ,airplane carriers, your reaction might be W. M. V. MEETINGOn '

he same; 'L Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Conner Friday, Dec. 3, an all-day I'

Well it wo n't.be, madness,;tnecessarily; .j,st,.another were recent dinner.guests of :Mr. meeting was;,held at, the Baptist
and Mrs: H. M. McRae. Church with W. M. U.
way of stating'a fact. ,For pulpwood'such: as we Sara-cutting Mrs. Owen .McRae, of Lake members present.seven The program ;frouc'eor'vrcoR

in this .community' today goes t Into, the, making of Butler spent the week-end with material .was ,,taken from the
'
smokeless,powder for bombs and shells just as it does into Miss Odessa McRae. Week of Prayer for Foreign Missions '
Mrs. Lucile Marr, of Lakeland
World Mission. The
or
hundreds other materials of war. <
with her
here
spent.Sunday night theme for week: "Thy God Relgn-
So if feel like taking in the shooting just get and r
part Mr.
you brother-in-law, sister eth-Declare His Glory". The 1h'' CRLWGf'V Sfq '
,out your ax and saw and cut yourself some'pulpwood. Your Mrs. W. R. Alford. reading material was a glimpseof pa'f f:7.:::: .-NYw wARArUar

Uncle Sam will see that it gets delivered where and whenit the mission work In all parts
BROOKERBy of the world: And it Is our prayerof
will do the 'Army and the'Navy the most good. Minnie Lou HazeD Thanksgiving that the LorcT:

Perhaps one of our own neighborhood boys would 'make SCOUT MEETINGThe prepares and guards the ways of

the final delivery to 'Hitler or Tojo. That's,why it is so important Girl Scouts met at their His workers.

now toi; club house Tuesday afternoon ,at During the' noon hour a cover-

'Cut-a-Cord of Pulpwood For Every' Local Boy In Service 5:00: o'clock with their leader,, ed at the dish close luncheon of the was program served The ant
Mrs. Cecil Moore presiding.
Lottie Moon Xmas offering waft -r
Plans for a Christmas tree were
discussed and names were drawn f taken.
'
How To Treat The WoundedHow for exchange gifts. The Scouts .! Mrs. H. B. Wiggins Joe Wiggins -
meet each Friday at 5:00 o'clock. Mrs. ,Mary Williams and \
should returning maimed 'soldiers be treated? The Mr. and Mrs. M:' F. Hazen, of son, Howell-were visiting rela-

Office of War Information has made public suggestions by Starke, visited relatives here Saturday tives in'Macclenny: Sunday. "1.
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Maj. Gen. Norman T. Kirk, Surgeon General of the Army. Mrs. W.L.. Andrews accom-
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Green and pan Ie One thing that General Kirk emphasizes is that civi-
S. C'rburdayof last week and
children of Jacksonville, were
lians should not begin talking about a soldier's disabilities.Let Sunday guests of Lee Green and returned Friday. on the Silver .
the soldier start that part of the conversation or else family.Mr. Meteor. Every hour of the day headline news of, estimate the part played by Florid

let the civilian keep silent. Soldiers, he contends, do not .., and :Mrs. W. H. Hinton and Jack Glttman ,of South Hill overwhelming interest to every person great dailies and weekly newspapers
son, Bobble of Gainesville, were Va., Is visiting his brother-in-law in Florida is being made all over the furthering the war effort. Nearly
want to be babied. Furthermore it is for'the soldierto
good of Earle Green sister world. But without modern .
Sunday guests and Mr. and Mrs K. B. our communication million people buy these paperv-
let him wait'on himself, .because it gives the soldier a and family. Watterson. systems and particularly our greater numbers read them-the wi

feeling that he is of some use back home, and it is this feel :Mr. and Mrs. Alf Hazen, of; Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Saxon Jr., newspapers it would be next to ..1mState relies 'upon them for informal:

ing of confidence that he is still of use, 'despite his disabilities Orlando visited relatives' here last visited relatives here Sunday. possible to find out what's going on. and Inspiration.
week. Those Xmas shopping In Gain-
that is going to aid the soldier enormously< iiu his recovery Mr. and Mrs. Bill Nichols and esville Tuesday of last week were: Getting even closer I to, home, we For this reason Florida Motor Lit!

children. Patsy and Janet of J. L.. Parker, Mrs. J. W. Home wouldn't know what local boys are back depends upon such newspapers as tone

While the hospitals are doing a great deal of work in, Jacksonville, visited relatives here Mrs. O. D. Gay, Mrs. Neta Johnson on furlough-what the ball scores are-* to carry its information on 1 1service
last week. Mrs. Merle Rahmes, Mrs.Andy to those Floridians whowho's Irahappening
: aiding the soldier to regain self-confidence, nevertheless, Mrs. J. W. Hamilton .of EI- Wall and Mrs.,, James Hons. getting married and-when-what's 'Florida Motor Lines, in turn, can
General Kirk continues it is the lenton. Is, visiting, her daughterMrs. in the c
a responsibility resting on Mrs. Emma Morgan and son, many newspapers to rural areas
for several what events are taking place all over
Harrell,
public not to remind a soldier that he is maimed and thereby Guy: of Jacksonville are visiting .rela- own. served by any other transportation
days Week.
tives here/thjx
shatter the confidence in himself) which the ,hospital has Mrs. Z. W Hamilton and children. Mrs. Woodrow Hicks has re- tern. "

laboriously built up. If the soldier has faith in his own Mr. and Mrs. L. B. Ed- :'All of us should feel proud of the :As fellow citizens of this State, Flo

ability to do things, the rest of the treatment is considered wards, Mrs. Lewis Clemons) and fine job newspapers are doing to keep Motor Lines take much pleasure in he
simplified. daughter, Yvonne spent the week- Relief At Last Florida in touch with the times." It's ing*, to make near neighbors and g
end In Tallahassee with their son a strong and free press, serving free neighbors of all the communities
and brother, James E. Edwards people-one of the first things the dieserve in Florida-linking them to e

U .N C L E F Gulfport.1-c. U.Miss.S. N. now stationed at For Your Cough tators would suppress if they had, the other and to the rest of the country,

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Mrs. Pitt; Baxter was called to chance I And it would be hard to over- newspapers do.
Creomulalon relieves promptly be-
JOE'S Jacksonville Thursday due to cause it goes right to the seat of the UNION BUS STATION
the serious Illness of her father. trouble to help loosen and expel
germ laden phlegm, and aid nature LACY CONWAY, Agl'ntTemqle
Mrs. Cephus Harrell and son
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to soothe and heal raw, tender. inflamed .w ,r Avenue Phone 117
J-A-W James :Mrs. Loca Waters and bronchial
mucous membranes -
r daughter :Mary Ellen, :Mrs. Mike Ten your druggist to sell you jt
d x Tilghman and daughter. Bobble, a bottle of Creomulslon with the understanding .ORIDAMoTORJINE stY.
By J. L, HAIUIEU. Miss Lubedia Pinholster, Mrs. L. you must like the way It
quickly allays the cough or :you are
O. Hazen and daughter Minnie to have your money back.CREOMULSION.
The qualified voters of Lawtey and George said that 47 men and Lou, Mr. and Mrs. Tom Stewart : "
'went 40 ladles had voted. I knew that :Mr. Robt. Lewis Mr. and Mrs.
the
to polls again Tuesdayand
for Chest ,,,, ,, ,. ,,
Gainesvillelast Coughs Colds.Bronchitis > ,,
'
In : -< <
Russ were : ,
Fee had himself that Buddy i "S < '
I was reminded of, the cam- voted so. .rrrn. I. '.. ,".,. M, iJi jj-'I' ;;'
''palgn several years ago when left one 'lady vote'' for me thatI week; p'
'r the Liar's ,Club put my name up could not account for. Some Mrs. R. E. Hazen was visiting ,., .
,:' for mayor against Fes Young. time later, however, I found out Mrs. A, E. McKinney in ,Starke .

I The good brothers told me I that It was 'my wife-loyal soul! ,Tuesday.
I Young ,and 40 ladles voted Mr. and Mrs. Sanford Ritch and Have a Coca-Cola =Welcome home
r- was just as good as elected' and against me, and my wife, myself eon, Gene of Starke, were Sun- ,: .'',:
began to call me Mayor Joe a and 33,men voted against Young. day guests of L. A. Brown' andfamily. \ "'1.
!,w week before election' day., Then. The men voted for me ,because .' '"
when the votes ,were counted they were jealous and the ladles Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Long'and rI I
they found out that their wives voted for Young because he was daughter Betty, Mr, and Mrs.
had fooled them and I. found the best looking.. A common Eldon Hardy Mrs. E. J, Hazen
out that once again I wa the ordinary man like myself doesn't Mrs. Guy Harrell and Mrs. N. O. t'

goat. stand a chance .to be elected to Hazen were' In Gainesville- last I, ";
I Eighty-seven votes were cast- office against a goodlookingman week. d'
4T for Fes and 40 for me. Vollle like Fes-especially when the Mr. and Mrs. Tom Markey attended -
best looker has a store full of the funeral of Mr. Mar- ae III
women's clothes to' sell to his key's slater Mrs. J. W. McKinney. Ih rfl tlI
YOUCANCET friends at below cost I in Waycross Oa.. last week.

REAL RELIEF .If you don't believe the ladles Mrs. Ben Walters and dau&hter.Mary ., M. .{ = /
Ann of New York* are vu- \
alwayi elect the best hooking' man, Itlng her parents Mr.\. and Mrs, e Mb ,*m< \\ ,%
ACIDINDIGESTION
jumt just wait around .and lee what Lee Crosby. Or -,. ? ? 3
happens In the Governor's race Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Norman, of 1, Ids jr N I,

next year. Those other candidates i iwon't Vanderbilt. visited Mr. 'and Mrs.: _
A. A. Edwards Sunday. / '
!
Lex -
stand a chance when _
I.. J. Clemons visited relativesIn J
comes on the scene wearing that Miami last week. WJI _
big sombrero and flowing Windsor T. B. Edwards and daughter

tie. Wonder If I could bor- Mrs Eva Clemons, were in Jack

row 'em Lex, the next time sonville on business Tuesday.
Friends ,of Mrs. L. A:. Brown i
j Carpenter's' Drug Store talk those me so-called'Into running friends for of mayorTI' mine will regret to know, that she Is f fC
, Alachua Hospital -
" 111 in the' ,County ,11(1'
Gainesville I III (
DIRECTOR Mr. and Mrs Tom Msrkey. Miss
I'I''f" FUNERAL Frances Tllghmann. Mr.,and Mrs. II
1 g My Many! Yean Experience Makes It Feasible for Me to Bender A. A. Edwards and children :
f EFFICIENT PROMPT and COURTEOUS SERVICE Maud and Harry Miss Vallta c: A i

t MODERATE PRICES Hicks, M. O. Harrell and Mrs. t (
:
}1"": DeWITT C. JONES Earnest Edwards were In Gaines- >i41' /., k a, M" mau Le/ a
Starke, Florida ville last week.
''f Mrs. Bill 'Lockhart and daughter ,4, .. a way to revive old times
\ Barbara."of Miami..Mr. Earn-
est Clifton and daughter Char- ; find
! He's delighted to his own room
;' FOR SAFETY, COMFORT AND ECONOMY RIDE line of Jasper were Sunday unchanged-everything just as he left It.
guests of Mrs. Earle Green and He's pleased too, to discover other familiar things, such '
s&
as, parse that,
FLORIDA MOTOR LINE BUSSES family. /"JM'with ice-cold Coca-Cola This /
r ? happy custom Is of
, I SgU. and Mrs. Claude Smith, of part American home

: FOR COURTEOUS CORRECT INFORMATION Starke visited Mrs. O. W. Rimes life. Yes. for friendly refreshment nothing takes the place of Coca-Cola.
and .
family Sunday.
I PLEASE PHONE 147 //..,. ..e.!." is the universal invitation to relax and be
)'oW'seUPol' around

I BACK UP the world Coca-Cola stands for**,/*< .bar rtjrob.,-has become'the familiar

UNION BUS STATION greeting of friendly folks.

, LACY CONWAY -Agent YOUR() BOY
OfUID UMO.l AUfHOtlTV OP INS COCA.COIA acquire (rfcflJlV

Temple, Are. Starke, Florida Buy:Bond tin dddirasMl Today STARKE COCA-COLA BOTTLING COMPANY CO.S* doa nUa l -"


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DECEMBER 10 1943 BRADFORD COUNTY TKUCr.RAPII. STARKE. FLORIDA_ ;\

FLORIDA to: Mlaa NOTICE TO CREDITORS *t
INCN nTYTFLOHIID. IILNAICHANl'EItY. I. STATE OF, (alo.o known .. Mra.Wlr I All pemona having claim I or doI .',
... Pupko
: I Pupko UutmmO Corner of I manda against the estate of James
.. a i Milton Brownie. also known aa J. 'I\
SADFORD SCHOOL JOURNAL v. Chance Zulnota y DraBrone appear hereby
Olive imuree. Plaintiff required to on M. Bk-ownlee. deceaaed, are
You .re
Frank Dupree, Defendant Cane No. December15th.. 11143. In the above I notified and required to file their
of the CountyJuitxe
87811 named Court and cauoe. wherein claims In the office
ORDER OP PUBLICATION plalntlft. ek. annulment of mar- I ", of Bradford County Florida
AND NOTICE TO APPEAR Telesraph In thn Courthouse at Starke, Florida,
... Bradford County I
CharlesFrank rl.
FLORIDA to:
STATM/ OF monthe fromtho
within .llIht calendar
i' Rhall publish this Order In .next
l
STAFF Marion the same project )last year and I 144 St.Dupree.Andrew.whose Street residence New Orleans 'four w..kly lanuee.Wltneim official I this. date notice of.or the the first mme publication will become of
Brown Is Selected Loulalana. my hand and law. Thl. November -
dltor-In-Chlef sold over $186 WQrth of subscrip You are required to appear on peal at Starke. Florida, thin November 'void IS according, to
wimberly dons So doq't.b.e too surprised December 1943. In aboveI 18th.. 19 13. 1943.J
rreddJe oh..n: e.th.I .. W. BROXVNLBH,
f J. TMOSAB
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Co-Editor "Miss Bradford" In ContestThe If you are ca11d'.OD\ within the' named plaintiff aeeka divorce,. Bradford A. Clerk of Administrator. nf the .eatat of [.
Sewell next few days by one of our 1 County shall publlih this OFFICIAL SEAL! ) James Milton Brownlpe. also known
Virginia
: Order In next four weekly lxue. w. C.ilardeaty. Daytona Beach FlaAtty. .a J. M. Brownlee.,. deceaaed.
Biographiesenyen dignified We are organizing -
seniorsn 11.b6.41 H-10-4t-12-10.
.
official
W4tnepia my hand and for Pit.
Roberta Whltfieldegl "Miss Bradford" contest gown of marquisette. Her cor- the salesT'campaign into Seal at Starke. Florida. this ,
Marjorie Davis and dance sponsored by the sage was of red rosusi. Her escort the form of a contest between two ember 14th. 1841. N..V-1

-- -.- Darby Peek Juniors on Friday night turned r was Darby Peek. teams, the reds and the blues. A. Clerk of -W A. J. THOMAS! I :
--- I out to 'be OFFICIAL !anAL! ) I Ij
WUklnsOD quite a success. This : (
Edgar I Elise Green representing the ,Since it is so near Christmas T. Frank Landrum, Hfarke, Florida. I IAtt
Lola Blecha elaborate affair was held at theWoman's '
Features .. Junior Class chose a gown of we are making plans for a partyat )'. for PIC. lll4t I
Caldwell phhylayMartin.. Club. The winner was blue lace and marquisette. Her. which we shall exchange gifts.We .- ,

Faxon our Freshman candidate, Miss corsage was of yellow chrysan : drew names Tuesday and were NOTICE OF APPLICATION. FOR

{Kirriverna( Thornton Marion, Brown. Mr, Smith pre- themums. Her escort was Bobby asked to keep them secret.IN TAX.. Hill: UKKUHou No. 186J
this
sented
Martha Lee Martin attractive young lady Biggs. j' NOTICE ia HfCRKBY IVKN.
ignret Stringfellow with an anklet given to her by CIRCUIT COt'HT. BRADFORD that Clara Mae Knla-nt/ the holderof
"Miss\ Bradford's" throne was (9)U N'rY. FLON"' ." l N 4.11411.1:' the following certificates ham
the Junior Class. I
--- crowned in magnolia and t'EItY.Mary 1 I filed said certlflcatea for a tax
Marlon chose as her attire an dog H. Coleman. Plaintiff va. deed to be issued. thereon. The
Editorial blue trimmed with wood leaves making a lovely David. A. Coleman Defendant. Case certificate number and )'...r. of
aqua gown No. 87 4.ORKER.
background.The laituance, the description of the
rose pleated ruffling. Her corsage OF PttBLlCATION property and the name. In whichIt
I month we raised $103.10 of gladtolas. refreshments consisted of AND NOTICE TO APPEAR waa avueeeed are an follow; j t tI
was Plcardy
Cross. We STATE OF FI..OKIDA to: David Certificate. No. 170. Year. of Issuance -
junior Red Her escort was Billy Miles. punch and cake. Those pre A. Coleman whose' realdenoe. ... I. August 4, 1941.Deacrlptlon t 1
lected 1,088 Christmas Wanda siding at the punch bowl were High Street. Chewier South Carolina of 6 at w ) "
Pearce representing the -tbl'O
: :
.. tl
A.Q2e.Twp.
of utlck- Block 1, Dowllnc l \\I f fI
packages Misses Oleeta Green and GarnltaKutto.
d five Sophomore Class chose a gownof You are required to appear. on 6 S. R. 11 E. N L + i
ery r commendable record. red net. Her was. of January 3rd.. 1944, In the above Name In which aaaeaed E. J, I
corsage
named Court and cause. wherein
Is asking : fowling.
_,nth every student white pompoms. Her efcoit was To those who missed this occasion plaintiff seeks Divorce., Bradford All of aald property being In the
a potted plant. These County Telecraph shall publlph this County of Bradford. State of Flori !
Bobby, Turner. .. It can truthfully be said :. Order In next four- weekly. lemiea.Wltneda da.
,111 be takeaitocthejhos-\ Betty Gene Wade reresentingthe hey missed a wonderful time my hand "andofr."lal. Unless. such certificated. shall be
I Camp Blending, PerhapsI Senior Class chose a blue GARNITA HUTTO. seal at Starke.. .Florida this November redeemed according to law the I II
bad the mlufor 101 h. 1943.OFFICIAL property described In such certificate ,
never ( SEAL) .A. J, Thomaa, or certlflcatea will be sold to
I being confined to a hos- I A* Clerk of paid Court. the ".. at the courthouse
Lj length Of time. Meet The Faculty Senior Biographies J. S. Harrlfton Jaokdonvllle, Fla. .hl.fo.ton the first Monday In --r---
for any .
Atty., fpr Plf_ 11-S 4t 11-14 month of January 1144 which lathe
I Dave, you will certainly Srd., day of January, 1941.
L how ,tiresome It gets Mrs Eva AndersonMrs. EVELYN: EDWARDS I iv CIRCUIT COURT BRADFORDCOUNTY Dated thla 23rd, day of November -
FLOUIUAl IX (CHAN I
1"3
lit bare walls. Anything Anderson a teacher. well Mr. and Mrs. T. C.. Edwards I ('EN Y. A. J. THOMAS I If
that brightens they. liked by students of Bradford : I Victor Moore, Plaintiff, va. Qernl- Clerk of Circuit Court of Pradford! ldff
one were blessed with a blue-eyed dine Moore, Defendant. Case ,No. County. Florida. : -
it Is not possible High was born in Lake Butleron baby girl ,2786. (OFFICIAL flEAr.) F.
on February 3, 1926. ORDER OF PUBLICATION 11-11.41 !
it t flowers In the rooms December 22. She spent all !
They'declded to name her AND NOTICE TO APPEAR h
Evelyn
could be secured of her high school in Lake uerai- -
i I If they years Lucille. STATE OF FLORIDA to: r
lies would not have timege Butler where she graduated. I was born at Lawtey dine Moor.. Fullertown Pout Office IN CIRCUIT rorwT. m Ai Konn !, hd i
although at .the time Baltimore, Maryland, ,
my home COUNTY' FLORIDA IN CHAN
the water, and take Later she attended, college In Tallahassee in You are required to appear onDecember .
was
CKHY.Charted j
Starke.
and Gainesville.In My folks must 17th., 1841. In the abovenamed .
f This disadvantage
them. R. Hale Plaintiff va.
not have liked Court and cause wherein
jot apply to potted plants 1916 she came to'Starke they soon nicknamed my name me because Jackie. plaintiff ...k. divorce. ,. Bradfnrd Kllaabeth 8778. Hale D.t.nd.nt.- Case No. "Looks a bit crowded in there, conductor : : I
ehall thl.
County Telegraph publl.h
i they require very little and taught here 10 years. She We lived in Starke until I was I Order In next four weekly Imiuea., ORDER OF PUBLICATION "' 'i !
ulonal watering would also taught for 8 years in Lawtey four :and a Witness my hand .and official AND NOTICE TO.APPEAR! tl" fadJitiQfI.ti thousand t f ,titiliam, tot : I
many
half :years; old. 'At Real at Htark' Flprld.a, this Novetn.., STATE OF FLORIDA toi Kllsa-
(lent. If you have no as well as other' places in Flori that' time our home was burned her 4th., 1943.* heth Hale, whose residence 1 la 10* ore carrying lots of ,soldiers and sailors 'on fur- "j i
liit you think would be da.) This year in ,Starke she and we moved A. J, THOMAS Kant' State Street Sharon. Pvnnayl- i ,
I, purely It Is not too .much teaches Junior High math although have said we went(maybe because I should, we A* Clerk. -of said(OFFICIAL Court. SEAL' vanla You: are required. to appear on lough 'and often entire trainloadsof troops. Yet ,

that you go to .the and she has taught: algebra I didn't have T Frank Landrumn,larke., Florida. January 3rd., 1D44. In the above the Seaboard is doing its best to make all passengers '
and buy one for a anything to move) to Attorney! for Plaintiff.! llZ4t named Court and cause, wherein ,
lore II and business arithmetic. )
and. Lawtey. : plaintiff aeeka divorce. Bradford as comfortable as possible. !''I I
r fifteen cents. The Red ,Mrs. Anderson Is ft' 3" tall, has I started IN CIRCUIT COU"". BRADFORD County Telegraph shall p,,!>II.h this "
lu asked that we have the brown eyes and brown hair. Her when I was six to school years old.In Lawtey There COUNTY. FLORIDA CASH N INv8ltNCJb I I Order In next myhand four weekly and official i issues.Wltnau ifOkay, conductor! We folks who are not in the ,,';

fin by December15.. Will weaknesses are books, magazines I struggled until I graduated from ; Rico ;: or..n aa peal at Htarke, Florida, this Nov. Jerice are ready to put up with any inconvenience i
then? ember 10th., 141. '
Dr' yours by D08SY FOTI3. Plaintiff, v. JULIA l'
and flowers. Her dislike
special the ninth grade. I was the vall- ANNIE FORD d..f ndant. A. J. THOMAS! when wee travel these days ,,
Is Insincere people. dlctorlan of the clans. ORDER OF PUBLICATION AND Aa Clerk of paid Court. ,
I then I?
XOTICM TO APPEAR STATE (OFFICIAL SEAL)
OF I
sie Seesity Mrs. Anderson has won the admiration came to Starke to finish high FLORIDA: to Julia Annie Ford. j I ffarnett Roth. Camp Blandlnpr.". Fla. SEABOARD''; RAILWAY
.':'!-
of the students becauseof school. You are required to appear on December Atty. for Plf. ll-3D-4t. I II "
2Oth 1(43. In the above filmed I r. .
her wonderful ability to Court and I W ,!
wherein
likes cause plaintiff WORKS
My
are all kinds
of iv rinrurr cottnT. RRAI>FAIIDCO \
make friends. seeks divorce Hadford County Telearaph -
| everybody? .Here's candles, and from that most .hall publlah this Order In next I'M TV.. FLOIUIIAl- IN CHAM.CKHY. fr.tr UNUI Qq.vtrlNOwAaFOR AND IIAMTO I

tk: to give you the high- SOPH FLASHESThe everything in general. I don't four\\'1"weekly.... my lanuea.hand and official deal Francis Fereno Benedek, f\Uo vrcro4+ar! r
have many dislikes except people at Starke, Florida, thl. Nov., 17th. known aa Francla Benedek) Plain '
ud headlines of the week. Sophomore Class in Mrs 1943. I ko Wlera I known '
|did have a bang up time Law's Section elected officers as I tripping me In the hall A. J. THOMAS.Aa 1f'wrr Pupko tm"oD:
After'I finish school this Clerk of said Court.E. ant. Ca. No. 1T74ORDEH I
junior dance Friday nigh follows: I to year. K. Ferryman,' Starke, Florida,. I OF PUBLICATIONAND Ir
am Join the Cadet r
Nurses for Plaintiff.
Pres., Betty'Hayes. Attorney NOTICE TO APPEAR
|Brown, dressed In aqua taf Training! School.
Vice-Pres., Robert Sawbern.Sec. .
ia corsage of pink gladl- E. E. v
It very captivating "Miss ., Gloria Cooper. I((1
Treas., WlUa Jean Mrlone. BOBBY McRAEOn :
and It took only her Reporter," 'Lyle"Anderson.Parliamentarian. February 3. 1926. Robert I Now :You CCIII Buy MAJOR-B Vitamins

BIlly Miles to make the
Anlce Green. Marlon McRae. otherwise known

|complete. ,Wanda Pearce; We seem to have a good groupof as "Bobby". was born In Starke. !E

net with a corsage of officers where he has lived ever since At Lovott's Low: Prices!

anthemums, was very Reporter: exceot for a few months in. Win

fit, aa were the other LYLE: ANDERSON ter Haven 9 ,

yep, Betty Gene Wade In A typical boy he likes fishing ,
(iitfon with red roses and and hunting. His favorite dish I
the in the I
we had permission to stay until
P reel In blue chiffon with 12:30.: Is Southern fried chicken and his Keep Family ,
(chrysanthemums. .Noticed I favorite color Is blue. When ask .
News flash!! Davis has
Margie
PUU looking very lovely In ed whether he liked blonds or

y; also Mrs. Cooper In suddenly become very Interested brunettes: he replied, "Just so

[Hn. Cans !In. white and in planting grass. Good hobby, she's a woman., I like them all". PINK OF CONDITION! ;

roe looking,very efflcUit especially when the Army comes Football has played a big partin : ,

huge white apron over along for entertainment. Bobby's life, since he has played

alng dress Too there Dropped in the library the other four years. ,

[ few others who must be day to see the Christmas tray He plans to enter the Army Air AFpr.tifjr

td. Margie Davis In pink favors that the art class Is mak Corps Upon flnlshlng'school next food with
rations
tfdle In yellow chiffon. ing for the boys In the hospitalat May. The best of luck always .your. ,,MajorBBComplex .
I to white Rlanding.: Very pretty. Seems .
Betty Turner in Bobby. '
lUffeta, Dolores In pink Lola Blecha Is the most Industrious Vitamins. approved by Walter

|..Saw Ralph Alvarez and of all, making. two dozen In 7-II NEWS

Kimball together at the one night. We have two new pupils In our H. Eddy, Ph. D., noted food and vitamin' authority. .

I By the way what hap- Down In the Home EC depart room Sue Parker from Chlenand.I I

|Ie Uwtey? Not. bashful,' ment. Susie ran upon a very I Fla., and Dick Dlckerson from I

boys T amusing incident. The Army Is I New York N. Y. We are glad II I

I In at Virginia Sewell's not the only device for drafting; to have them .and..hope that they

'tlit' Just before the dance :Milton ,Norman blushing brilliant will enjoy our school.
'M! did I behold T.-Robert* red had been ''drafted to majorBB

and Mary jo, ,thtt.JUCkY,, model the aprons. made by. the Our room his done quite a
ta girls. bit for the soldiers In the hoa-
of a
spaghetti
supwbratlng -
pita Camp Blandlng. We are
their.. hostess Sho was.,glad to see Roberta at / "s Adth..
-
Christmas / ,/
"th sending cards pot COMPLPXVITAMINS II..8DD '
birthday. How back la school after being absent ,
does ? -
Mlrpy c........._ Fe
[t6 be so young..!!.VlrgWlaT with a case of "flu'%,, Seems she plants and puzzles to' them Hol- r ,'...,. '-., '. 0.

Tf'. Jot iajjj about",that. even spent the weekend In bed. lie Miller! Is making a comic scrap .. ... e .. .. .. -.......... .

y*'a very touchy subs Slipping aren't ypu Robin T book. ---_. .. ...... --.
SUsie ,' 1fmm ,! ...... '_ .
Notice that.-all' of those million Reporter 7.H "

F Betty Gene and EU egrated dollar smiles of Billy Nancy Llghtfoot Peggy -Anne. .
these day are directed Start Dow to' tM dejMlogjnuiaraia! I '
birthdays last Burney'e Wiggins. p tncrfj., e. ..." .
F Happy toward Myrtle Thomas. Too .IgotVMRj build suV fit-.. U.
birthday gals! promote help resiwnce-agalaa : .. .....

I woome, ever the, ham- Mary .',Ellen Charles Wasdln Is attention receiving 9th Grade New fstlgw*.AddMijorJ* Natural B.ConpIcx Vitamins ..... 'rwa"! .: I ". '... .. .... ..
Jw all ,of Mercer's Ml' .t.
I Point younger generation, .. We've had eight boys from our to Jow,dail, die end oodc. the'di6ere c.. :. J. ," "
of the fact that the lately room working on the F. F. A.. T. .. .. .. ;',11.. ..
party wes ** good *8 'See ya' next week. So long.SUSIE. building Delbert Crews has comeback ''I .,
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U:30: last Friday,",though to school after a three-day for pt'For fittrgyfMAJORB C ':: .. : .

Illness. We have been having a ., adm",_........J... ,

m FOODS -::...., CHICKEN DINNERS, selge of the flu. Jewell Pursley ". Jr "...:'yMMtt ,
'and Leslie Bradley were two of NATURAL a a.u.... a 6Ma "
STEAKS CHOPS I thevictims.. We're short on news "' :...1fi.1, r
.was
DELICIOUS HOME-MADE CHILI this week and will try to stir up B-COMPLIX "v ..... 'qr': ...
some trouble for the next Install- VITAMINS o..z.. Mo I. alatfg .
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TEMPTING. TASTY. SANDWICHES ment.HENRY A. :MANASSA Jr., M pawl s evaaff MO teWeH. 4. Ir1tr.: ..4c'I '

DELICIOUS HOME MADE PIES This week :Mrs. Perkins gave as 89 Ii POll- 3b Jr ........'....'ee eR

".., v some review problems to help us ire
In studying for our exams which More.Utoa 3......'-./lOOtableM.. #

A & A LUNCHEONETTE come up the 20th of this month. ''" lt I :,

24-Hour Service Wonder how many are going to !:.:ri 'tbJ tQ; ..'... .I Ior
pass? You had better rememberthat JOI, ;.,. :--9'. ". ..
!Pak. Theatre Bid*. Starke Florida Santa Is watching to see 24 Tablets 29c : ::.d::: Iti .b.

what the score Is. 49c'a. :- ..
"- Our class had discussion this 48 Tablets 11".7/;e e

morning on Tuberculosis seals and af (

0n>Pt Service Careful Drivers since the class hadn't paid all the
money we voted to take the

amount we ladeed out of the <


tarke Taxi ServicePhone treasury.goal In of lOc this per way pupil.we reachedour "Feel I Fit AsA Keep Major B .

JOYCE LLOYD. I GIANT WYlai 1 JOltSALEl .,

FOOD a "'"$ Vitamins on 'You ;vIN

SENIOR CLASS NEWSAs RETAILSTORES .
5V
150 Major" CENTERS |
a means of raising money
for the class treasury the Senior STORES Dinner. Table!

'I : Night Class has decided to sell magazines.

We have great ,,confidence
In our salesmanship for we tried

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FLORIDASeries :
BRADFORD COUNTY TKUCItAril. STAItKE, 10.

PAGH FOOT .1 and Mr. Hunt),t
over the fishing'
Parties guest, and the prtz&'was ,won b1; Methodist Circles acted as Santa Claus.During Episcopal Ladies
of Miss Irene Mathews who wa business session an, Met
the Recently
I SOCIETY and Had Enjoyable }
CLJ3S. .
Honoring Miss Harley,. presented s box ot powderpuffsMiss offering was taken to help with
... Harley was asked to answer Meetings Monday work that i 111 to be done at the I The Ladies AuxlHa

Lovely;; Tea Given Public Is Invited BrideElectIn a number of questions, and as abe parsonage ,and ,$14 'was contri )(.ark'., Episcopal Chory16
,, Mrs. :T- A.
answered each question a gift Mrs O. C. Powell with Mrs. George
For Army Wives To ReceptionAt brld honor elect of, Mrs Miss R.Abble R. Thede Harley was handed to her.. The hostesses s Hunt 'Mrs. Annie Lou Godwin buted. 'sir home on Church KOPtloUiot
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,- and
and saucer matching and Mrs. W. J. Chandler, wen Ineton Ste W
a ,
By Woman's ClubThe USOYMCAAlt Mrs. O. W. Roberts, Mrs. Ha gave cup Circle Number Two Wednesday
Mrs. May Wells andMra. i the selected pattern>.of china hostesses to Circle One on Mon. ', rJJlrs. W. B. Sewell entertained Dec. I, at 8 o'cloek, even
Edwards
Chrlstmaa musical and tea Starke citizens are invited A. M. Lewis entertained at A frozen fruit salad course. day evening from six to eight:'or'' Circle Two' :Monday afternoon at ChaIrman, Mrs. Edward Willa

, given by the Woman..Club in to a reception at the USO Club a miscellaneous shower Thursday; was served to the 'SO guests., clock, In the Recreation'' Hall bf,1, her' ,hospitable home on N. Walnut presiding. An interesting Bu

honor of Army Wives on Wednesday operated by the YMCA, corner of afternoon of last week, 'at the< -.-- the church. .i St. The meeting was opened was.given ,by Mrs. Glen Duke R
:: afternoon peQ attended by ,a Temple and Washington Streets, home of Mrs. Thede In Lawtey. ) Mrs J. W. Brownlee and lfJssMadge The business session was ,presided with prayer by the circle leader, the project of a new
G, large, number ot IMply Wives and In honor of. Miss Eleanor Wilson decorated In MIddleton were Joint hostesses over by Mrs T; A. Hunt, Mrs, E, I"Perryman, who presided the Church. She reported CR.lptt

members of th.,Club and was a Director of Women's Activates' autumn i The house leaves,was' and,. brlght-hue Saturday afternoon honoring circle chairman, and' Mrs, A. over the meeting.. the carpet had been Ihlppe
most decided.mrdcew.-aA: Army ,and Navy Department, flowers and the guests were meat Miss Abbie Harley, at the< Wood conducted the devotional Mrs I, P. Shepherd conducted would be laid by Chriallllaa

The musts;g1'prgrr4mwas under YMCA-USO.; New York. the door by little Donald Ray homo< of the former, where autumn service, reading Christmas lesson a,I'Christmas d e otlonal service, F The Publicity Chairman.

the direction*ofMTra "r:.. A. Can. The reception will take placeat Oriffls, wearing a. soldier's unl flowers were used to make the from' the book of Isaiah reading a scripture lesson from R. J.. Davis who was a driJ

ova and waVas: fo'loiv.t eight:Vclock; Tuesday; evening form. In a musical romance con home more attractive after which several Christmas! the .second chapter,.of ,.Luke, and to, the! Woman's Auxlliar *

Piano soUwjj r':Hungarian Rhap- December 14. test, Mrs. L. M. Futch won the Jule and Nencle, Mrs. Brown.lee's hymns were'' sung.. telling'the beautiful story ,surrounding Ing of District number 4 Faso> :
Miss WllllOlvl.lted Starke two attractive little girls '' 'heho.tesseeserved: a chic.kensupper -''composition of one held at Palatka
sody, Nor'B"LIstzl Jt: Capric Pflze; and In a flower'quiz, Mrs two gave a
Mignonne".(Vivian B/rdTby Mrs years ago and'will be, Interested Herbert Hazzard was awarded a gave talleys to the' guests,' and with all "the fixings" and of out best loved Christmas song of the .meeting, After th. 111
Martha Heuyttwtj l' fib.'' la seeing the changes that two prize. when the bridge game was finished the table was centered by white. "Silent- Night", Then Miser Virginia tag'' waa adjourned the bOIl

Violin solos: "Ave' Maria" year have brought to our com The shower of gifts was placed it was found that Mrs narcissi and a small Christmas Sewell sang this much loved : served delicious. : refreshmenti;

(Bach), by Mrs Jean Lusher, munity. She has recently beenvisiting In a small 'wagon which was Ethel M. Biggs had made high tree lighted with candles. After song, accompanied by "Mrs.
USO clubs all over the i Mrs. Chandler read "Th at the piano.
a' blue
cry.talvue Ferryman
and was given supper
Mrs. Heustls Birthday DinnerMr.
piano' accompanist ; decorated in red, white and blue;; '
State. made Before Christmas", .and Interesting articles from the
Mr. Jean Lusher played "Idyl", United the wagon was drawn by Donald ; second high was by Night
which was her 'own. composition, Arrangements for the receptionare Ray Grlffis and the many lovely Mrs. Charles A. Darby, who' was Mrs. Nollman read the little boy's World Outlook were reviewed,, by and Mrs O. W, Whlu J
accompanied by'.4s.: Meustls. being made by the social gifts presented to the honor given a box of "snapklns". To version of getting readyfor Mrs. J. W. White MJS. L. D. a chicken supper Monday rvol

Christmas : Mrs R. J. committee of the local Woman'sService guest. the honor guest, Miss Harley, the Christmas. Mrs. Nollman also Greeiy and Miss Amelia Ray. at' seven ,o'clock, honoring uJ
The assisted Story Miss Mary Organization. The committee At the close of the afternoon hostesses presented a piece of read an original poem composed l Circle Two will take charge daughter, Carol who celebrai

Weldon Davis, ,Miss Frances by Powell and ea'composed of.Mrs. 9. ,,1.. salad, course was.served. Forty- crystal, matching"her,, conventional ,by,the Rev.: Q.C., .}>pwe -.1 of., the church decoration fort4this! her birthday anniversary.The .

Mrs.'Norton Sturgill., The Christ- : Beasley Mrs. ,WfB.Sevvell> : } and five guests ,Were'' Invited, to' 'thli pattern.'. >' Placed "In'one.lof' the'classrooms : mo h and Circle! ,Cne., wlU.( co table was centered bj

ma story from St. Luke was. Mrs. Julius :Thorp.,. 4. pretty affaIr., I Coffee, ritince-pie' holding gifts for all ..the
read by Mrs. HturglD.t. accompanied nuts were served.. The guests will white and
charge Mite Boxes, topped
of with
Baby
by Mrs.. E. iPerrynlan' who. Madge Ann MatthewsMr. Irene I Miss Mathews Frances and Opperman Mis, Delia Miss playing bridge were!' Miss Abbie guests.a number Each and Santa person Claus fished banded for collect them In a few day, BO candle in, .blue holders, AI pi
Mrs.R.
played. J. Davis soft,'Chrfstmh wnig""pilent: music.;Night", ., and :Mrs.:,,Eugene L.. Matthews i Rosenberg entertained at bridge Harley, Miss Pearl' Lewis. Mrs out gifts corresponding, to.the the Amount can go In this month' enjoying the supper Staff s
Ethel M_'Bfggi Mr. Hazel Guy, : Alfred.P.: Boyd, Sgt and li
accompanied by Mr* Perryman; announce ,the birth of a Thursday ,night of last week, at numbers. Mrs.'Chandler, presidedJUST report.'
Earl and
'Strong
while Prances Powell, as/an; angel' daughter.Madge Ann on Friday, the home of Miss Opperman on' Mrs. Arthur Holllday. Mrs. Joseph 1 ..Mrs.: Sewell served her guestsa Mlas >
went
White
F'u'tl salad course, consist to the Florida
and Mary Weldon as Mother Dec 3,, In Riverside Hospital, N. Walnut St., complimenting Miss Scanlan 'Mr*, J. :R_ ,Wainwright, ARRIVED: line*of8gored .tempting ,' Ttatre
.and "The ]
aaw Watch
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( of tea chtcen'.dalad, potato ;; On T
Mary 'enacted the .tableau) 'of thenativity. ;Jacksonville.many ., Abbie ;Harley. Christmas decorations -' Mrs. C. A. Darby, .Mrs. WilliamC. Lady Love sllpa. Don'tforget ing ".
I. '"' sell out fast chlpa I and poupd fiake. ,.'j, .. "' ..:, J ,hl e"
.. ";, !I were used in ''the living I Powell, Mrs..W. H.. Thompson, << they'll ." ."" d

Tbqtes,,tables was.cpver'ed with, guests were served ,wall room where the guest were seat, Jr. Ml.ua! Lu9 lle Mitchell. Tea guest LEILA'S DRESS,SHOP. > .
coffee, Russian tea, 'open-faced ed.. Mrs A..H. I ,
white Imported elotaand ,centered I were:; ,Mrs Guy Sale.) of the Army wives are like Virginia
a
sandwiches-, individual. r"'cakes r and" .At the clone: of the bridge game Harley, Miss Oar.avMae Harley, Londino Says the first : i CHURCH QE .J HRIST
by an oblona'ananemeot' candle > Miss France. Peek was given i1\olra. C. A. ,Knight, Mrs. W. B. two weeks in Sttarke she almost'

of red roses and''write' narcissi, Much credit for the success of high prize and Miss Lucile i Mundy and Mrs"r.., E. ,Middle-, .- 'went crazy" for lack of somethingto > Aubrey Mercer, Minister
center piece ?tbeing balancedby Mitchell low prize. The hostesses ton
the :
this beautiful affair was due to do, and now she has so muchto
white candles In silver holder .'- chairman '6ftoclal presented Mlsa Harley with ,two do she can't get around to Hall '" '" ..
Mrs.' 1. D. Vinlng, i> I' "SuDd y10:00'A. \!.;; Bible Study
Mrs. L. .A. Davis poured coffee host.tan&"Mra. pieces of crystal matching' ,her, MrS. L. D. VIning was hostess), Ben Bternberg (Lt. CoL)
to the No.
committee rand M.-True'Worshlp ( 5))
and Mrs E. K. PerrymaaVpoureiS!, : elected pattern. Tuesday evening, at a bridgesupper writes home from be 11:00 A.
Ua; ,assisting Inserving, &w yjr.; 1..'a...; 'owei1:, Mrs.. It, A fruit salad course was serv- compliment: ing'Miss' Abbie has been sleeping In Italy the that softest 730P. \ .-Excuses, "
L. ., Mrs. ;r... W. Mr. M. C. Mayhugh, >d to the fotfowbigngueats: Miss V 7:301' M. Excuses '
Mrs. O. Beasley Kincald, Mrs. Ethel M.j, Biggs, Mrs. L.'A. Davis, Mrs.:D. P. Carpenter U>bie Harley Mrs. Guy Sale, Mr.'1 v A two course supper was served and dining sumptuously on pheasant Tuesday: 730P.; M>-. ..Prayer Meeting

Mrs A. Z. Adkiur.; '!..In./ H. C.' Mrs.. ;J. W. Home. Mrs. Fred Guy, :Mr*,. W.. H. Thomson, : the first course centering .. ,Elsie (the, wife) says, Guest
Welcomed
Visitor' A. -
Mrs. J. R. Every
Bitch Mr. C. A. Knight Mrs. E. ,Mlddleton Mr*. Foster Jr.( Mrs C. A. Darby, around chicken salad, which was "And to think I've been. WORRYING .
K. O.-Duncan, Miss Marie Register W. WaInwright .Mrs. J.. W. Brown. Followed by 'ambrosia, fruitcakeand about him!" .
and Mrs. ]M I ,Mayhugh.' The Shl Smith. lee, Miss Viola Smith, Mr*. W. C.; coffee. After, supper bridgewas .

._....... 4 Powell;' Mrs. Arthur Holliday, played and at this time Mrs. All of the high school boys and
Mrs" ;Joseph Scanlan Mlas Madge Joseph Scanlan made high and ; girls who have not yet learned to

"FLORIDA :ICEBERG LETTUCE (No. 847) Middleton, 'Miss Clara Mae Har- the prize, waa a '!box: of dusting trip the )light fantastic with grace
Pearl Lewi i Miss
Icy, Miss\ ,
Mr. and Mrs. VIning and
powder. efficiency ,will soon have the
400,000 plants ready for transplanting bring: your ,'U:>ulse>' S n y"d e, r, .Miss Lucile Ing presented Mlsl''Harley with a opportunity to learn under the Have Yours
iditcb..ll.
; ... handsome sandwich, tray. capable direction of Ruth Sturgill
truck and pick plants out of beds ,,$1.25 per thous 'Miss prance Peet- { and Mrs. Sixteen guests were present at ., '. Lessons start Friday. ,, ,. 'Now

and. Special. r price per bedor_ :part..of bed. W: H; Thomson, Jr., entertainedat this happy, affair. BHS Place for not further decided information yet, but ask'.,'.at, I 'Taken;
shower In com
a miscellaneous Incidentally, the Sturgllls are SPECIAL OFFER
) Club DanceThe -'-'
pliment to Miss Abble Harley, on Junior
Also CIIARLESTON WAKEFIELD AND GLORIA I Monday, evening at the home of quite thrilled over the prospectsof : r' '
KV
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Junior Woman' Club of being homeowners in Starke PHOTOS '....' '
Miss Peek, where holly and yellow 3'
CABBAGE PLANTS WHITE BERMUDA ONION chrysanthemums decorated Starke wilt sponsor a Christmas ;. ". Seems they are purchasingone ;
the of the new FHA houses .
Dec 29, at '
PLANTS ,AND.COLLARD, PLANTS, AT, THE: he: Everyone Jiving and Wall;fining asked! rooms to make,. a Dance Woman'Wednesday dub.B.uoll. ding. The Hear Marie Register was so i moVethe. *' 'OVtLY'8x10

Market Price about Abbie, the honor. dance will be open to the public. thrilled over the, gorgeous gown, BEST PHOTOCRAI'llsGIFTS
poem
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.._ ._, presented to her by the WSO as ONLY
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a' going-away gift, that she
couldn't sleep that night and had '
1100 Brierfleld Drive,"'TRE .ONT'I to get, up at 1 o'clock to try It
t't'E..',II.* STEWART' ,. Carolyn Callstreet oft on! ,- Think the townspeople .. .$5.00OTHER

I West "Side POST St. Jacksonville, Florlda.", will miss Marie" almost 'as much n

..OJ _ .4.44 4 IV' '-!--.-_--_- ,... ,.., ....A I T ,_ .. ..... ..u is certaInly the Khakllads a s refreshing, for ahe as waa a XMAS GIFT SUGGESTIONS -

deillghtful for her package;, (hen on to the '
Well, folksOne of the breath of spring air around the
things about, writing ,'a post office, where a special Bearer USO Hope she'll get back Monogrammed Stationery -
get such ,Interesting was Instituted with the same dls- this ,
column Is that you way some day.
: : mall Never ,know appointing! results:,. e Finally, : -,Bibles Jewelry -
ATTENTION FARMERSA from 'next; and ,very m u c hly disappointed, she' ,
:whoyou'll hear Writ Guess It's about time
shopped around and.gathered together Sets -
each day (well anyway, almost) to write finis for this week ; -= Bill Folds -' Vanity
the few s t o r e b bought
'I brings a delightful surprisei could and took So long., See you In the next
cookie she
I Who should take her pen In hand fjad .. o.
Representative Of This Association Will Be : land write a', line 'to ;yours truly them home, still mourning the -Carolyn.BUY

At The Courthouse.,Each.: Friday Afternoon : this Week: but; 'Sadl&';,Prince', who absence of> her DQnve .,.;.del1cacle. *
December Through February, From:'1:30 4o says ahe'ss putting lit'the''hours i;.' Late that afternoon, after EARLY! Arriving dally : BRADFORD PHOTO SHOPNEXT
Office ? : the tea was over I4r.-Davl. came irantlful tiffs of lingerie, linen ;
230. Visit Our Representative Or Our ;f ,, these .days, at; the, :'Jacksonville;
landkerchlefs, conmetlca and
And Learn!Morr About A'Farm'Cooperative' r.tv' ,NavalAir Baae'. b. Sadie is full home with an Interesting- looking. iroos other nggeatlona LEILA'S num- ; : ,DOOR TO WESTERN UNION
undenthls
d tucked arm .
box
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M .. t'1'If'>> \ I .. :pj-usual;\"intereatingdt.informatlon) such as the fact that Buck(as ,You guessed it!' .. '.i 'Twaa the f DRESS SHOP I ,

cakes! They had come in
LOANS Crawford I Is now somewhere in
LIVESTOCK
CROP AND Horton) early that'mornlng-ancl were sitting .
., I England, and Wava ( II .
i
: in hlsfotflce: all day! .
received
Block's husband has just '_.
Four, And One-Half (41-2).tpe cent hit wings (and commission) and !I S': 4<.r-v the'' Woman" Club .COME.., TO' .
i Peeped lB\t
they're now In Tallahassee, where ,
Interest. he' stationed at Dale Mabry.. tea ,honoring1. Arniy,wives Wednesday i ,,..
\I', I ,afte>noon and found the' .ih
\ Sadie's address i* 687 Margaret T .

'fit,, ;Jax, and she'd,certainly_ relish home. tolal'#. I.tlnctI7'outnumbered' A" .. .D" S
,
by attractive: ,new line of her
Credit Association a few from ,some.. z- i
Gainesville > HeuaM ,
< Production old Can'St., pub "i ,. Orchid ,to planiat, Martha f. TMAKJDdS" \.'

.. FLORIDA .. ;' and, ,violinist'Jean j,.usher. 'J'A" ;t"I' e I.t. ;\ .."'I; ,i "" .....
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GAINESVILLE : I: Thi.tdeek-acQ.: ;distinguished ..is. locsr sMd:,the .ar'drMaa. with), $1.. O'$}
s<)une of the jweetw music lo'De : '; Et
R..'T. Stroud Secretary-Treasurer cross) for originality) should : : ;: cr" "
Heaven
t < ,' 7 .go,to Bess Burns 'f or J the-highly beard this side of or .. ,,,. '.
YTAKE .. amusing scrap book which,+ she points .outb-tott" ,.-Doubtless many iJ
.1.sent to regale VlrglnlaSmlth during ', ;

I the latter' receq\o hgepltsI1za- -, pUSESLIPPERS; t

tlon Hear it almost' made J t Art n rr t'

NOTICE Virginia' out all those stitches ,oil ""'{'" Large Assortme nt, of .Fuzzy: : warm Slippye'rsi Also
: the.doctor so carefully put...ln! ... : ;:*/ ''

<. ,, Glad to see Mignon Sisson) La. Satins. ,'Lead. hers &.Chenille{ =-- Variety:of. .
.
Morte and Infant daughter Mlg- .:.J r---. t ', ; ,
We 'wish to that our .1 mon Gay back:In.town'from Columbus Styles & Colors : ;':'h
announce Ga., perhaps for the,duration r )r .\... <' "f ''' :;r';
: ''
... Anybody need any yard '' ,
,store swill 'remain! open all day work done Item: Glimpsed Henry Sizes : 'i' ..., "
Havens Scootle Duke and Fred 99cUpMENS ,.,.. I..
Thursday until further notice. out r 4to9 /: ; ,
setting
Yerkes Industriously ,: ; ..
e.Se.e..iHAS -
tlpede'crall8 In front of the

We find that our past practiceof Church Service Center.. i, Hear .l.;:
Phil Manassa and Leo Wltkovskl,

closing Thursday afternoonhas x-Callstreeters, met recently and SHIRTS SHOESALE:
had a meal together, somewhereon BIG

the broad Pacific home in
inconvenienceto
been a great your grown Well Tailored, Nonwilt :

'If you are long-suffering wife value? H.s it outgrown your .
our customers. Therefore we, whose' husband carries your mail ? ttt check And Soft Collars Mens, Ladies &" Children
Fire Insurance
around In his pocket for day at .
again call to your attention that a time before remembering to your needs. "wT; ;* Newest Patterns & Colors -

give It to you. it might console Clearance At
our store will remain open all rots to know that you have com .

pany In. your misery For ''.. Special .
day-except the noon hour-six 'nstaace. some time ago Lee Davie Greatly Reduced

,Mrs.)' L. ,;A.) was giving a tea
days a week.BRADFORD and had ordered some extra $1.89

special little cakes, all the way Charley E. Johns Prices

trom Denver. Colorado As --
time for the event grew nearer; Agency

HARDWARE CO. ind nearer she began to wonder Phone IS Starke Fla.Rpr SHOP EARLY FOR CHRISTMAS AT
if the delicacies were going to

none: In time, Finally, the
J. B. CARLISLE' Owner day arrived-and no cakes tMrs INSURANCE.Mntlnfl THE.COMPANY.TRAVELERS Hartford FIRE. JACOBS' 123 Call l St.
Davis dashed to the express ,
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DECEJ\IBER... .. I camber '7''''., Ud: ;'
i Mrs. J. A. Utttel' (OFFICIAL: SWA].), "t. J. ,Thomas :
McIntyre and .
LOCAL NEWS Miss Register Ae <'lerl'of. aaI.t <> .,
Iffs of son. Billy are spending two B. K. Ferryman-BUfke.! Florida, 11
weeks with her parent Mr. and. I To Leave USO '! tty. for V\t. iJ-tu .'i ..-rt
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Mr W. E. Thornton. They wil
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arrived In I Al :Managua, who has been In attendance make their home in Miami, in the Miss Marie Register, who ha '
age, Manasea 10-day upon the :Mae 11( m e. future Mr. McIntyre having been been the woman's program dint. OF '. ,;
esday, to gpend a School at St. Petersburg since transferred there from Avon tor of the USO operated by the of
w"lfe
ble famllyHis',' f Sept.?' 1, was here Sunday visitinghis Park. YMCA for the past nine monthi' i ;
Cwlll return with him home folk*. New Is resigning hen position to return f
L'AIGLON spring dreaxeighop .
with' to her home to >JackaonvllhThe
hej
L f, Ca., where E. P. Noegel recently purchasedthe early for the prettiest cot Committee of Management !

al pepot. Victory Barbecue stand back tons and rayon LEILA'S Dies regretted very much accepting her ed ,

InlB LAYAWAY plunLEJL.'S of 'the bank from Frank: C. Hol- shop.Mrs resignation because of the very; .
IT Dress Shop. Hngsworth. ,. Grace Jenkins of Buffalo fine work ahe.-has done while I
87 Kirkland Jr., and N. 'Y;;., IB. the guest of her daugh .
T. Dr. and Mrs. W, E. Mlddleton here. :Miss! Register came to '
'Visiting ter-ln-law. Mrs. Wm. Jenkins. L
ftlortOa. are Starke front a similar position In:
Bradfordfor and granddaughter Mary Agnes -Mrs. Mae
relatives' In Edwards was visiting;) ,
Sebrng, '
Bod
few days. Pfc. Matthews, 'are spending a few and shopping in Jacksonville Wed '
a commute Is t
at the Army days at Dr. Mlddleton's camp.in nesday. The management
0 lIatationed pleased to announce, however, '
1 I
valdostA. Georgia Mrs. A. W. Redgrave has returned '
)ID .. that Miss Bobble Hicks whoa
home after upending :sey home Is in Atlanta Ga., has been' Years
'era,! weeks in Petersburg Va., ,
appointed to succeed Miss Register. |
Mr and Mrs. Wilson 0.'"'Lee Miss Hicks Is now at work i

spent the week-end In Jacksonville and la helping the WSO in Ita
Phone 146
STARKE visiting relatives. 'I preparation for the visit of Mia for
Mr. and Mrs. Earl H. Johnson Eleanor Wilson ,National WQm--
returned home Sunday night fron ans Program D i rector, of the<
NIGHT SAT.--Sun. .. Mon. Tues.-Dec. 12, 13, 14 Durham N. C., where they visit- Army and Navy Committee ot ADS J I ;

ed his parents. the YMCA-USO, of New York )
"Action In:The North Atlantic"Story ,Mrs. W. G. Haile returned Mon City. MU Wilson will be here.
day from Miami where she visited December 14. FOR SALE-" -One good work mule I

E of the .united.States Marines With her' son and daughter-ln.law.1 I._ Miss Hicks comes well qualifle< I IX.. I and Dodge' cap with four good > '
Yeoman' and Mrs. Woodfin GHale tire*-Eddie: Norman Steven'apecan '
of woman'
for the position ) ; pro / A
HUMPHREY BOGART, Jr.. and little & gram director having prevlousl; <<: : Grove, Rti '12; Box' 158.l!l e I
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ter, TJnda"Sue Halle."rand-daugh.1" served nine months In a. almila IN. Starke. Fit '12-lO-:2tp I

Col.' and Mrs. D. E. Knlgh position with .the USO operateby < : I WANTED TO BUY-Several bags ; I Iehlcken.
Dec. 15, 16Paris fertilii r.-'-Mrs. EX S. '
Wed. Thurs. spent the week-end at Jackson the YMCA at Oxark.Ala. She< TO '
vllle' Beach. .. Matthew, 32T.N.'W&1nut SI:. It
I also baa had four -year exper t ;
Dark"
: After BUY EARLY Arriving' ,dally fence with the Agricultural Extension *. .
I PERMANENT' WAVJB):, 50cl{ Do .
beautiful gifts of lingerie. Hnei Sciences ot/the, University; thl '
< with
'own Permanent
Brenda Marshall-: George, Sanders handkerchief', roMmetlca and numerous of Georgia. She ")*, a graduate of< H. ) : Charm-Kurt your Klt, ..ComI\ ,, I I. t e

other suggestions' LEILA'S' Berry College Rome, Ga., and has th..r'J equipment, }including 40, curlers '
DRESS SHOP, done graduate work at the Unl :: ::
a I ; and shampoo. 'Easy to do, ab- I
RITZ THEATRE verslty of Georgia.Miss ;, ulutely harmless. Praised'' by ( I.thouaDds I.
i
Ladies bas been the hon- I -
Register
: ; : 1 Mc'Kenele
... .. .... _. .Auxiliary ored guest'at several farewel' e>.. ; glamorous including' 'movie Pay star.t-: i

Sun. Mon. Dec. 12, 13 ;-The'Ladles Auxiliary of. thPtesbytfrlan < get-together, among ,which wai ha :Money refunded* If not satisfied. I I! ''
i iI
Church will meet I t the loco
the luncheon giver by as : KOCH Ua.STORR ,
,
''"Bataan"RO8EftTAYLOR' Tuesday, afternoon. Dec. 14, al' USO staff conference and the din j .

3:80'o'clock: : ,In,the Church annex ,I nor given''by the employed stafi h ; -. FOK SALK! '' i,

of the 'USOYMCArueaday. even- i, ; Would you like. to own. a new
I A. 1
Woodman Circlej Ing. Al, "' 3-bedroom ,FHA, house with a' '
.'.. down payment" of less than. $900 i ij|

j 278, Supreme .PoresWoodman Hi. H.'Younat Rite ( : and monthly payment ,of leas
Agents' For Circle held. Its'regulai ; IN ; tban't' 'SO T If * We Are- Exclusive! : meeting1 Tuesday evening, Nov Held MondayHerman .; -(<<: ( W.' T, CLt.JTI4REALTOR!
27: at 8 o'clock. The next meetIng .. .110 East CWI Street! ,'Starke
HALL' : 'MAR'KCREETING will 'be held Tuesday. Dee I. Harrye.Young: : 62. a ..' ri tf
14, when officers will be elected resident of Starke?,for the past 13! No.
for the new year. All members year,, died at hfs home.at 311 I SPENDER SUPPORTS. Individually ,
are urged to be present and take West Call St., Sunday at 6:45: : P. .' designed. See Mrs. .11[tit 1

: CARDS :_._ ,part! in draping the charter irmemory M. Although he had been up and : Bertha Pearce.' -13-8 4tp 12-24 ]i j jFOH
of Mrs. Ella Rimes working much of the Urn, h* had 'it 1
BEAUTIFUL SELECTION Strickland past state. president been 111 of' heart disease for several SALKRemington typewrl-
SEE THE mechanical
con-
ter In
He was a meat cutter perfect
At this time plans will be made years.
OF' CHRISTMAS GREETING Christmas : by trade, but had been at I dition. Has new* ribbon /See!
.. for the party.
CARDS 'NOW' ON DISPLAYVKTORY f employ of S. A. Weldon 'in the or write Mrs.: Dyal. Graham,
't'
::
: 1 h'!I WORKERS GET Starke Bowling Alley for aevara. Fla. Itp

AWARDS AT BLANDING months. ? FOR SALE-1941 Plymouth pick- ,
born In 'Maryland: ) but
He
was '
trade. W. :
(Continued from page one) Jack.onv1l1eabout up truck for sale or
came here from C., McCord, Route 3, Lake.'But-
.. Reddish and Edna M. Scott; ol 13 years ago. In additlor *
ler Fla. lip
,
Lawtey. to,, his widow, heIs survived by ;: :: ::
Military Supplies iPavid L. Starling. Arthur D one daughter, Ellen, who la a \ JKOK SALE-One Jersey cow with,
Elsberry and Merrltt W. Cressier registered nurse, "and probably heifer calf 3 months old. Mrs.

of Klngsley Lake Village. over-seas. Also'' two 'step-daugh ,! : .!! \ : T. J. McIntyre P 631 West Madl-
129 Wc'CALL'STREET' ..t- Florida. r tars, :.ilr' *. C'J.'Pfirlfola.; and"Mrs; son St., Stsrka. Itp ,

May J, Brannen, George H. William. K. ''A. Floreu, both 'of 'Jackson I
!! Virginia L. Pickren Dewey ville.. : :: :.c :: FOR SALE-Used water heatet.Dryden' .
;
U Bugg. Helen W. Hawthorne, Funeral services were conductedat Auto Parts, 1-2 mile'southeast

Also' Richard C. Hawthorne, Mary L the De. Witt C. Jones Chapelat ,on Road ,28. "Itp

Dirt, Frances R. Buston David 0'1! 2 P. !tG ,,Monday, with, J. T,, : : ::: STEEL, FRAME for building 45'x

FULL LINE OF CHRISTMAS Durham Russell F. Dyal Oulgley sponsor of- the Gospel :: : 81' long. 4 span .((8 piece),* _d

I GIFTS FOR ALL MEMBERS OF ]M. Halley, Pearl D. Rahme, Ella I Tabernacle officiating assistedby Channel A T, Irons, 'u, _kodah'r\:, .fteta.
I Blrt'James J Gome : '
it. Watson, Eugene R. : :: !. No roofing. $230. Wbt\lcr.jj"\ #:!
E FAMILY AND SERVICEMAN? I.(i; Chason Roy A. Ferguson Or- Pallbearers were: A. L. Alvarez, I ..
: : ; coat several.timesas, muct; ; "COME IN AND CONVINCE rin D. Gay Carlos B. Meyer, Fred Sapp Clarence :Melton,- Raymond structural steel could be bought.W;,; .
.. Julian L. Meyer William Nor- Cooper N. 'O. Walnwrlght, Also Delco light plant 110
YOURSELF C. F and R. J. Gome Intermentwas
wood Huble Pope Henry Jr., : volt Inspect j at 'Tung-Acres"
Wheelers, of Hampton. in Crosby Lake Cemetery;
Grove 4 nlUe.) {Wet of Brooker.
,
Lorena W. Hayes, J. W, with De Witt C Jones in charge r-6593' 1' It
D. Iris L. of arrangement
Thomas, Beryl Casey .
FUtch, Getzen ,fl. Parker. Lee R.
IneyJ; Evan W. Hodges, Rubye Recent BirthsMr.
:
"ere NAT SEZ: 3.' Hodges, Agnes R. Smith,
James A. Cason Colonel A. Croa- : and barsH... H. Roberta

; i Joe Ella' Hardy; James 'C.fCeene' ,Theressa. Dee 7,'1boy..
\1 tIIf thl- 'warm' weatbe.krrp*. np >y Lucille Thomas, Morgan :1!

IJ much longer, looks tae If *U Santa U Tilgham, James'. Wheeler, New I/AIGLO1SP spring dre*MW.
I
t '( j will have to' do a-'strip tease act Bonnie L. Mott Lubedla W. Sim- Shop early for the prettiest cot-

: when be vla.lts Florida, this! Christina nona, WInfred M. Hazen, Dowl- tens and rayona. LEILA'S DreaaShop.

..' *. Butdon't you lt4Wtmrn"write''back : .:PSGreen, Joseph W.. KeUey Ar-.'. v..AJ' 'I '.' ,
vd. .... home'aa4' brat; 'tuomuch hut':MtGinnis, Jr., Eddie Walker
JEWELRY'
ind Oliver Washington of Brook- GIVE ; 10
.
about this weedler,\Fkre"I er.> I ". ,, : h- \ "l

military secret' : It might torn Alta L. Gaudioso, Hlllard B. 1 4 ,. ,

cold-se .JB- uosf ay ''day fled.> ,, Broughton, Flarlaell"M. Griffin '. f.'Mw > "The Lasting Gift"
'" Nellie R. Reynolds, '" .1 :
Ott Ida B. Jones I
I .. ,
'
< Carl Jones 'e'
ethel: R. pempsey;
< ;W1ll1an\ H. Barwick. Henry D. .SANG! :' r" r"r" ;. ,.f.. ... ,... j. *.d ....t.IU". ....' '"
ry't
.
... 'tGifi r ....'" 2.ltoger Davis", John Willie B. Strickland C. Broughton, James f '- ,:. )1'..'. / .:-- For HimTle'Set.SterHnar -'! '.... For= nor' = I'

Ep R 4 SuggestionsHand i .; Arthur E., Roy Broughton Reynolds.; Carljroughton Irvin us..ewM.. 1 _., >.. .' ... .' > IrtJ", t> JI'' ,

ft.- ,Dyal, AUeen Call. Noah J. ___-:__*.JL_ $3.00Biicbl Diamond Ring Set
Sto ckings L. Starling George I" '' ., -. -' Christmas Specialw417.50,
ne i BagsGowns ; r N avis. Rivers Harvey, and OIHe M. Butler, of ,. JSet; t -,.._,. ,.7. .0' .. --'a.- ____up_
'
Watches--
STAYS r '
|raBam. Desk .Set -- Calendar

A. $3.95 6.95\ t and'STAYSor I .. Genuine Onyx __,-. ,,.,.. 412.50 t TWlistand: Lapel' $2L20 up
.
Wm. Hogan Brown f and StAYS Dresser Sets'Genuine ft ii L i
Desk Clock Double' Pens I .' ,
hr .. ,,i..ra: Large Assortment _. $1.95 up .
Brown year- $25.00
Hogan Cllsp s..IMg Onyxv7'r' "
$2.95 ,to..$3.95 n.vWllliam "
1 ..
_!. .. '
ha. of Mr. and Mrs. Leland tank* a aliasing. '
>ld-son ..,.....ihkleI .. Cocktail Set & Bar .., $12.50-up Costume Jewelry .J _, ? l* : ,
Brown Jr., and grandsonf ,
irtford ,
Pins, Earrings .._O l 91.00-ap ,
Slips Mr. Hogan Smith .Want.. .or flr* k avail hi HkiyIn
> Mr.and I BIrthstone Rings
$2.00 to $3.95 lied( Sunday after being UI for _Iller. Bracelet .& Locket Sets, ti
.......i. ; ,
Give.
at.rlN ie..t' w Solid Gold '
1pe .a y ... $19.50
Nil teveral months.Funeral 3.HeI,,..... .,.,............. -- ; : up Expansion Type ____ $12.50 up. !!

= Robe services were Methodist conducted 11 C.-, .,........ ale fI.n.rl...t .
$3.95 at the Starke .1......._for ash eomM ..lo.. hype WATCHES: EXPANSION
WATCH
$5.95 to Church at 3 o'clock Tuesday afternoon -hloedee. ,II........,........... CHRISTMAS CARDS! ..
with the Rev. G. C. Powell BRACELETS, WALLETS, AND r ,,7, ;I. t '
OF fflclating. Interment was In 50 rand$1umrafTAMOf MANY OTIIE SUITABLE GIFTS 5c TO $1.00
LINE
BIG ;;rpebylLake: '' Cemetery, De Witt C ,
f COSTUMEJEWELRY C* Jones wa In' charge of arrangements. .
0 ., I .,;., "
A WAR.BOND MAKES THE BEST GIFT, \

Cancelled ,
I AT SUBSTANTIAL SAVINGS .Show. $18.75'. $37.50 $75.00 Up
PRICE The "H o lywood Premiere",
'eger went
9.95Earrings icheduled for tonight at the FlorIda -. .
1.00 to .
"oext\\ Theatre has been cancelled beause -
: of the illness of H* {P. '
Iea\lty lock Brown the director. KOCH DRUG STOREStarke THE '

to $2.95 -
pocetif76$1.04$1.10 $1.00 .LAY-AWAY plan '
:CSB: OCR
Dresser Sets or \ma LE1L.\'S Dm Shop. Florida, STAG r

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$5.95 to $9.95Sternbergs WE CAN USE MORE PULPWOODWRITE Starke Fla. ;i


TIMBER DEPARTMENT Carter Bldg.

CONTAINER CORPORATION OF AMERICA I jqq.

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BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STARKE :FLORIDA FRI .\y. DECEltBra! :

sIXd_ .__ A 141

'would like to be here Jo go fishIng :- of the Harmon General Hospital,.

OUR SERVICE MEN with her some fine afternoon Ward B14; Longvlew, Texas. CHRISTMAS SPECIALSCome

of L.
Pfc. Harper son E. Harperof
n.Tu.. Bradford Ce a. P...... ... Irl.... ar. Breed <. Hawaii since July 1942. His wile 0
!. and I..ra Mrs. V. 8. St John, of Starke,
bringing new
vituperate from the by bar away fr._ 110_.. 8........ and small son (who he has never was recently promoted to the
.!_ requested t. writ to the at Providence for
men nro seen) are living
.............. reporting sweats and activities! rank of corporal. His> address is:
of Interest. the duration. Cpl. Richard V. St John-34787290

NOW AT FORT-.JACKSON1st 191at Sig. Repair' Co.. Camp In Now And Avoid Tire Last Minute.Rush

Crowder.,Mo., ;,,, .
1 VT COKRY FIELD Walter E. Johnson
TO RETURN TO STATESPfc. Sgt. -'t
Elbert M. Edwards. son of I Wm. P. Thaoue, grandson of Staff Sgt. Morris W Jackson and BOATDRAINBy SPECIALS FROM NOW HILL 'CHRISTMAS

' Mrs Mary Kite, Route 2, Starke, Sgt. A. E. Wall arethree member .
Mrs Mae Edwards of Starke expects -
is now station. of the ,old Starke National Mrs. Z. Z.GrlffteMr. .

to be transferred back to ed at C o r r l _
y Guard Company, who are now at and Mrs Eugene Griffin and -
the States around Jan. 1. after Field Pensaco- Fort Jackson S. C., with the and
Mr.
O children were visiting OUR VERY BEST $20 COLD WAVE PERMANENT
two years of overseas duty with- la. A former 124th Infantry, after being stationed Mrs. Arch Prevatt In Jacksonville -

out a furlough. He will visit .pa f student of BHS, at Fort Bennlng Ga., for Sunday. 'THE HEATLESS MIRACLE" $15.00

borne folks here at that time. ; he Joined the the put two years. Their ad- Mrs. Ida 'Chase has returned

led H Naval Reserve dresses' are: home after an extended visit with

IL P. MORGAN GRADUATES In August He 1st Sgt.' Walter E- Johnnon- her sister, Mrs. Lem Rlgdon, of -
ri? 1s the
; nephew
Another* graduate from the Mechanics 20419500Hq. Jacksonville. She returned home
School at Keesler Field of Mr. and Mrs. Co.. 2nd Bn., 124th Int. Sunday. i i EXTRA SPECIALSOUR

j M. A. Kite, of APO 312 FU Jackson.S. C.
la Pfc.: Harmon P. !Morgan son Miss Opal Morrell spent Sun-
and be-
Starke,
Mr. Jessie cf Hamp- day with Miss Maxine Lee of '
of Morgan
ton. The last eight days of the fore Joining the "20419499 S. Sgt.- Morris W. Jackson- Bethel. CREME PERMANENTS . .. . .. :, . 10.00

course were spent in a field test during the summer Navy, was months em- Hq. Co., 2nd Bn., i24th Inf. Mrs Maggie Green was visiting BRING A FRIEND AND GET 2 FOR . . . .. . . .515DQ

area where the men putjnto prac- ployed Store. APO 312 Ft.. Jackson. S.' C. Mrs. Ben Sasser Sunday afternoon ..
tice, under simulated combat conditions at Sternberg's .

the things' they learned Sgt. A.' E. Wall Jr., Mrs. Z. Z. Griffin and Mrs. -

earlier during ,the Intensive, 17-. AIRPLANE MECIIANIC'DIRECTOR 124th Inf Reg., Lyle C. Blow were visiting Mrs.
PERMANENTS CREME
i OIL
week course Ft. Jackson 3. C. W. E. Green Sunday.. CROQUIGNOLE OIL

CHIEF RADIO-OPERATOR, a tae Mr.Lt.and Joseph, Mrs. SIgmund J. Drucker Druckerof 8t>not AT'SUBMARINE BASK Pvt. William a medical,S;;discharge Brown has from received -i $7.50V.1, ,AVE .'. ..,. . . ..,4. ..,;, .. . . f. .$5.5Q

Corporal Technician -:-John M. Starkehasreported'-for; 'duty Lester A. (Buck McMillan the Army. He was stationed in .

Godwin Btry. B. 372 Searchlight and assignment at Gulf port Seaman 2-c recently completedhis Tennessee and is now at home

Bn, A. A. A'I I (Miss.) Field big -Army Air' course at the '''Navy's Radio with his mother Mrs. Mary ,

? C., Eastern De- Forces Technical Command School Balnbrldge, Md., and now Brown. $5.5001L PERMANENT'WAVE ---.-----.:---------__________ .,3i5()
fense Command School for airplane mechanics and gets his mall in care of the Submarine Mrs Brown and Mrs. Ben

Lt. Drucker Wary $3.50 RINGLETS __._r __________ ___________
:3f Ton a- I basic training center. Base, New London Conn. Sasser were'visiting Mrs. Wilmot -------------- -$2.7S:

wanda, N. Y., has 'been appointed 'assistant Brown, of Heilbronn, last week. ,
APPRECIATES HOME TOWN
mechanics at
has been made director of airplane
t i<. Chief RadioOperator that station. He received his Cpl. Robert Myrick writes that: Office supplies of all kinds for "> .

c. t at his original commission In''the military -."I have a few lines that I would sale at The Bradford County ALL WORK DONE BY EXPERT EXPERIENCED OPERATORS

f base on 'Grand service in April, 1942. appreciate getting In the paper. Telegraph.IN ,
First of all, I would like to hear < '
Island near from any of the folks at Starkand TUB COURT OF THIS COUNTY -ALL-WORK GUARANTEED "-
AIRPLANE MECHANIC .
Buffalo, NY.. / JUDGE HHAUFOHO COUNTY.
M.' ,' of will try to answer all letter FLOH1UA.IN .
He assumed hla Pfc. Eugene Long son .
I receive., I hope some day to HBl K:.ta<. of SEABORN.CHOSmr /
!Mr/ Mrs. E. C. Long of >
and
new 'duties up- IneorpN./. i Call 18 Now For Your Appointment
,1 orihicreturnfrom I Br'nker'will: .be graduated,today come back to Starke and see MTLEAYP'. APPLICATION FOB t
all of my friends' who are In the TO SELL LAND
a brief furlough spent at ,asan. airplane mechanic from '' Notlc. !I. h.reby given to all
his home here, last -month. He'. the 8.24'; Uberator Bomber Me service again vmlklng'the'streets. whom .It may. concern that Arden
If a fellow has'' ever been over D. Crosby a* Guardian of t h.estate .
Is ,the son of Mrs. Annie Lou. chanic's School, Keesler Field of B.ab.rnCrocby, Incom-
Godwin.' Biloxi Miss. Pvt. Long with here, he surely will appreciate the pent.nt, will, on the 4th day ofJanuary. otaJg Salon

approximately 11' weeks of intensive old home town. I. have a little Honorable. A.E3,D.K. I4a Ferryman Y to County the- Fair euuiu'

NOW IN LOUISIANACpl. 4)training behind him, ls sleeping to do now as I 'alp Ina Judge In ,and f..c said County
rest : but will get 'closeto at hie office In the Courthouse In
1.. C. Smith, son of Mrs. now ready either for assignment camp up" Starke, in Bald County at 10:00: PHONE 18 ,CALL ST. AT RAILROAD
U C. Smith of Waldo (formerlyof to.line duty or to a flexible gunnery the action soon, I guess. Hi o'clock A. M... or a. soon thereafter -
school. address is _Cpl. Robert Myrick- as the matt.r can be heard FLA.
or factory STARKE
Graham) la now stationed with
for authority to sell, at public or
Hdq. 336 Bomb'Group, Army If assigned to line duty his job 14083193, APO 465 care Postmaster private .. ., th. following dencrlbed -
,-New Yolk, N.. Y. real estate, In, said County to-
Air Field Lake Charles, La. He .
will be not to fly 'Liberators, wit;
1 still clerk West Half (W%) of Northwest
serving; aa a postal ,
civilian but 'to keep them In good shape. JOINS MARINES Quarter (NW<4) except one <1acre )
the some work he did In
In Northwest Corner (NW
Before the big bombers take off Hoyd K. Starling better knownto
life and also while stationed at Cor) one hundred forty (140)
he will to that most of his friends as "Jooky", and South
the Sebring Air FIeld..,, help see every- yard North by thirty-
thing ,Ia In perfect mechanical left last week for Pants Island. five (35) yard Kant and Went
i also all Kant (EVj) of NorthwestHranch'
condition. When the Liberators S. C., where he will undergo his (NWU ?
WAINWRIGIIT IS CASUALTYH. 'MOuthweetQuarterSW
return, he will help mend broken boot training as a member of the Alno THE <
C. Wainwright, Seaman 1-c, ( %) of Southwest Quarter FUTURE
Is in the U. 8. Naval, Hospital, parts change damaged engines Marine Corps Mr. Starling cameto (8W%) all In Section Sixteen (18) .
and patch up the bullet holes. Starke three years ago from Town.hlp seven (7) South RangeTwenty
Ward 44, Seattle 4, Wah., where (20) Kant; Also Northwest
His address Is Pfc. his former home Orlando and
present : Quarter (CNWVk of Northw."tQuart.r
he was sent recently as a casualty.
He formerly, saw service with Eugene M. Long 387 T. S. SBk. has been employed by the Eli one (21)(NWViJ Townnhlp Section seven twenty-(7) Let Us Fact It UNAFRAID!

Hdq. ''Co., 7th Special Construc- .. No.8,' Box 80 1-2 Air Witt Co., servicing "jook organs South Range Twenty f20 East .

tion Bn. Corps Tech. ,School. Keesler In this vicinity. Mrs. Starling containing one .hundred neventynine ; .
((17V1 acres more or less; -
Field. Miss. and their two children Hoyd. Jr, "ommenclnir at the Southeast :;: -. -., -

AT FIRST and Mary Lois, will remain 'n Corner (RH Cor), of the Dcdan -- .. .. ,_ ...c::::;.
Church land and Tunning Bunt
SIGH' Of "D MISSES THE FISHING Starke'for the duration and reSt three hundred seventy. (370)! -::=
Pfc. Clarence P. Harper who. yards, thence North one hundred
1'\0'" forty '(140) yards: thence. West ,
Is rerving with the medical 'de three hundred seventy, (370) --,
G: tachment of an M. P. Bn., somewhere IN HOSPITAL yards, thence South one hundred rC'

666 in the Pacific, writes his Cpl. Gene Goodge would appre.. forty ginning.(140). In yards Southeast to point Quarter of be.-

USE sister, Mrs. Curtis Varnesr of elate a few letters from his (SEW of Southeast Quarter

I._ 666 TABlETS.SALVE.NOSE DROPS Sampson City, that he surely friends. His address Is in care (SEW one ((1)Also acre nevenrV deep((70)acromi yards the or

South (8) side of Northeast.
Quarter (XEi4 of Southeast. Quarter _

!& f."f, yucan'tJay better lJeefii''h' :. quarter.SE'*()V. Also-4) North of Southeast Three-
SavJAX' h
'Quarter (SE%) of Southwest
1 '. .' ':" ...-:-Sarr; ,"ICl''tlw. Quarter (HW\i) and North three
,,_ :::: quarters (N 3.41 of SouthwestQuarter
+{ -. ... ( Southeast
; J'I... -- ,: > :.t'1\ .
\ .. Quarter ( 1 In Section I
,/JI.. -1 \ 1 sixteen. (le) Township seven (7))
r : South Range twenty (20) Eastcontaining -.. '1L tf
'
,
I
.. .t seventy-Biz (76) acre
I :
/ f more or less ;
( .,,
.r'I:\ ; :: which application wIIn be based up.
.. oj on* the petition for aale..now on file F
t. r. >, \ In .ald Court. ""*
.. ,- I Dated December-, 1843.
i y- ARDELL D. CROSBY.

,' 4 1 '" .-..: 12-2,,,II 12-31 l**auaru'lan.NOTICEI .

; OF A'PPI'ICATIO.V 'FOR .': :(:' .-,, :: '.
TAX OBBU; ...;;;-,,::.. .... --..::::'- .I': ,
(S...... Bill N. la) ,, /-"..{
NOTICE 11'1' HEREBY GIVEN io: ::,'== y- _i ,
That Claude liowe holder of Tax =. ;: -+_ "' rs
Certificate No 101, Issued" the 2nd. ,_"S __ _.
........ <;...
day of August A. O. 1917. has tiledsame ::: -;- -' = -
: --7=: ?" .t.:,
V ( / application In my for office a tax and deed has to mad.be w ;...o-: _' ,. / =_ .. ...

,, j ;; Issued*thereon.the following Sald* .rtlfl..t.described embrace ",;:'? ._-..--= ----- -:;;:;..-

I I.. property In the County of Hrad- -- .
( ford State of Florida to-wit: ; ,.
/ Nit> of Lot 4* In Woodlawn Sec. -=- r f4
+fr. 16 Twp. S 8.. Ft. S3 E., containing 5 r-- .

-6fi.F, /M / ir:: Acres The, .more.....m.Dt or less.of the said property VeeMnttea Mtf, ..../. .Veuey

.... .. .,:r / I ,. under the said certificate issued Fran.-frww. trim hum Tbt....- :
.. hundred our
was In the name of F. A. AnhfM.lt If 'llfOR'tbre year
.. irx/ Fisher. ... .
\ '
I .Unless said certificate shall be -f forefather* faced the future with

., t property redeemed deacrlbed'according therein to. law.will the be 'courage and
For ImportMt_ .Occasim CMIMIf Ji : courthouse sold to.the door highest, on the.bidder first at,Monday -the- the wisdom born: of trying times; They bequeathed
:
In the month ofManuary, 1144,
( -. which la the. Srd day of January us;;the ways, means and ability to accomplish the
... J '. l,th.day of.No".mber.OFFICIAL '
JAK" \ ". .;' j' uft'.d.t
..n'i '" impossible during/the past'two years
; ... (( SEAtA.. 3. Thomas
i
I ?lerk of Circuit:. Court ef ..Bradford Throughout our history' here has always been
,11f. (
,..
i, : : Serve JAXthb'golden.: mellow Drink t I'1 1I. 1144.' *"'It ..... h. ,\ .
,
; J.-I. of Friendship important occasions like '. I County', Florida. 'U-lfYt 11-24 m,,.4., .;.':'w y flag a very.vocal minority crying aloud that America

IN rlRCVIT COP'RTp'IIRADFORD ""
already passed her xenith
.
having your boss out for supper] or when COUNTY." FLOR1DAI IN CHAN.CKRT. only to.have ever greater
>
-
your boy comes home on leave. You'll find T. W. Taylor Plaintiff, va. Bailie ,1.." achievements repudiate their dire prophecies.

l G ''''0 Ruth Taylor Defendant. Ca. No. '::' I How dark were the days of Valley Forge and how
and companionshipas
that JAX creates cafe* I
: ; 2192.ORDER OF PUBLICATION,, .
'
well refreshment. > AND NOTICE TO APPEAR .4..:: :Wonderful the years which followed! To have less faith and
providing pleasant ]
as
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: : = STATE OF FLORIDA to: Balll
t .toll' Ruth Taylor whose residence la : : fortitude and wisdom than did our forefathers is to

: : of Whenever you'order beer) ask for 1411 Laurel St., Columbia South ,. .. '
spiritually desert
Carolina. < our children and their children's children.in
t"o"1. JAX. :This grand beverage u truly a' fine 10 Tou are Srd.required, 1144 to In.' appear the above..on.J.nu.ry ... these'trying times. _

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'beer satisfyingthat'we named Court and cause, wherein
-so good so say
:
I"" seeks Bradford We believe
plaintiff divorce. that the American' of today willfully "
y'' with pride: ''You simply can't'buy bettt t,] .. County, Telegraph shall publish, : this: people
Order In next tour weekly lesuea. measure to the
Witness hand and official up heritage our forefathers bequeathed
M80 my
\\ beer no matter what you pay! seal at Starke, Florida, this November us. Our belief in the American -
T pts I S7th. 1941.OFFICIAL people is
Ask fa 80rtle ( BEAD d..1. Thomas, that we are now making'pkns investcWO
for the
Aa Clerk of said Court. .
Qu (f\cl\a\1 T. Frank Landrum. Starke, Fla. went of substantial
full '.."c '. Atty, .for Plf,_ 12-J 4t 12-24 sums of private capital to provide B
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p$
} I'I\ a bO\\\C 1V: rmrriT cornrrnriTY. R""nFORD ever-increasing opportunities for gainful ':,:'
,,0 b\i.\'Ol\c "c\r- FLORIDA i IN: CHAN-
.-....1 crRr.Theodore. employment in the
r ta8c' development of those
., \\.c \\or. "'- Edward 'Annnejewskt, great
r' ESQ iet: a bcct .,. a. n .._.' Plaintiff, v>. Clara ..AndraeJw.kl. natural resources of Florida-fertile soil atwn
-- Defendant r...- tttr MM. adequate
01'bccl
r. 1'\'c"CI\ Y ORDER OP PIIRjACATTONANt rainfall and plenteous
sunshine.
J."c" r''c"c'.V ,;.i< f fUtcfull NOTI(' TO APPEAR ,
vOc b'C"o ut. : STATE OP FLOAIftA to: ClaraAnrtrselewskl.
uobo. t' i.., \urv\ t',<'' ? who"* .residence Ja
Ord. Qut ':: 1904 Krakow, Clevelar"rt.OhloYou > UNITED'
\ r are required to appear on STATES SUGAUCORPORATION
..,,," r..or"o tot: /0 v. at, January lrd.. 144 'In the above
\r iB rc. ..tt..o aQia t tAX I named cause, wherein
c ( ) plaintiff :.:. \t1v: ;": FlradfordCntintyTelegraph
/ \... .... < shall publish thla
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I\C"' /', Order in next tone weekly. INSUCS.Witness .
ray hand and officialseal .
at Starke. Florida : this Novem- CLEWISTON
BREWIHG aoksonr her 9rh.. 1941OFFICIAL v,' FLORIDA
CONM'A J + flea
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< rlerfc of snot Court.
BUY WAR BONDS FOR VICTORYI T.s Tank I....rdrum iI..rh.. Fla.Atty. .
for Plf. 11-"' *t 11-14
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DECEMBER 10 1M3 BRADFORD COUNTY TKLEORAP1I. STARK1C. FLORIDA 1

I In which .......d: Mary B. Ward. i
flowers in various colors. Pretty Mrs Ceo Williams and son Harold noon visiting his father, Dock on the petition for sale now on let 1919. A. J. Thomas, Certificate No. 1011. Year of Is
.ST ATEFARIII place cards, made by the littlehostess' of Hampton were Sunday Warren. file Dated In said December Court. let, UU "'. Clerk of Bald Court. suance. August of 4.Property 141. Lots SB. !

B1' E. sisters, Lila Rae and June, guests of Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Mr. and Mrs. Lem Brown visit T. J. DUKES Uuardlan.IV ', Knight(OFFICIAL A: Knixht.SEAL) Starke, Florida, 41 Description In Woodlawn Sec. 11 Twp 6 H. f
designated their places and each : 115t Ul R. 12 K, containing 20 Ace, Name
12.94NOTICE
a,.,1" pARTY Wiggins.H. ed Mr. and Mrs. Lester Slade at .__ 13-s 4t In which assessed Unknown. Il I
children had a candy';basket as favors. On K. Tyus : rlRCt'lT rOtllT. BR4DFORO In the
prettiest was a week-end Hampton Saturday night.The Of APPLICATION FOR All of said property being I
the IM IHA1CharUs *-
1 of the buffet was a large cake Iced I visitor at Winter, (COlT"V. FLOHIMAl c TAX KMU County of Bradford, State of Florida
Garden.
here was thatwarren's Rev. ,C. C. Butler, of New CERY. ... .. imia : I
given in white and trimmed II. BIII IM
Arne.
ever in holly Plaintiff, vs. .
Mr. and Ring
Mrs. J. G. Caldwell thatJ. Unless such certificate or certificates
HEREBY aWKN
IS
hislast River filled NOTICE
given by hU regular appoint. Case No 1796.
leaves and berries, and which UlnaDefendant. shall be redeemed accordingto "'
Iii on I went to Archer Tuesday after ORDER OF PUBLICATION 8. Eunice the holder of the following
!Ira. J. p_ Warren, were six candles. This cake was noon.J. ment here Sunday.IN AND NOTICE TO APPEAR "' certificates has filed saidcertificates law the property certificates described will In I I
such certificate or
-er for tax deed to be Issued
I,' Fall flowers, mostly. yes cut and served also, after out-I R. Kite has returned froma : IHCVIT ('OI'RT BR"'DrORD Ring STATE, whose OF residence FORIDA Is to Route: Agnes 1.Uox thereon. The a certificate numbers he sold to the. highest b'dder first atlnd"'O.U
the
door on
used tor decorations, door games were played. The week's stay at.Belle Glade. COI'NTY. FI.OHIUA/ .'H..N- 1'7. Healdsburir, California.You and years of the of property Issuance, ,and the description the : In hC month of January, 1 44. ) f

care room and dining room gifts were 'opened and proved Miss Wllla Jean Malone of t'hnv.Bill West Jr. ,Plaintiff' vs. Mary are required l>44. to appear above on names In which It was assessed are which Is the 3rd., day of January, 1 1

Urillg IOftly+ 1I1'hted *!* ,tall pink lovely and useful. Mrs. Caldwellwas Starke spent the week-end with : Machner W..t, Defendant., also known Case as Mary No. IU1.Haley maimed. yCourt.ek.and divorce.cauah Bradford wherein, a.Certificate follows: 10R, Tear of Issuance 1144.Dated this lOt!, day of Nov.m- I
covered assisted In serving by her Miss I plaintiff u.o.o. ber 1943.OFFICIAL
dlhe table Sara Emma Crew ORDER OF PUBLICATIONAND Teleitraoh shsll publish this 1 41.r
eI lace cloth was daughters, Misses Mary Jo, LIla Miss Myra Land Is Mrs. NOTICE) TO APPEAR O County .. ... *""*'*...."*. nf Property Lots fig < SEAL) A..1.of Bradford Thoma. ,
T beautiful visiting official Circuit Court
STATE OF FLORIDA to: Mary Wltnesnmvthand and seal It In Wood lawn Bee. 11 Twp. B B.li. ,, County .
IV red by a two-ttered decorat- Rae and June. Frances' guests Lois H o 1 llngsworth in Jackson Machnsr also known a. Mary Haley. at Stark, .Florida, this December I I SI El., containing SO ,Acre Name Florida. U4t 11-"
cake. Th place were: Mary Rivers Stubbing Kay vllle. W..t, who.. residence I* lit West ,
Irt day Partney, Marie Wiggins, Jane and 61.t., Street. Los Angeles Califor t
made by Mi* Warren Apologies are due Capt. Ralph nla. I
.trlklngly\ original, and a Henry Rlcharde, Joyce and Wayne Cox and Cpl. Sidney Hershfieldfor You are required to appear on Sugar-Cured BRAINS ,

,. basket of candy was at Williams, Caroline and Edna the rating your correspondentgave January named Court Srd. and 1(44.cause In the, wherein above HAMs Meat Ration Points Reduced! :

,. lee cream and varli Crews, Patricia and Eleanor Mc- them in last week's Issue. plaintiff socks dlvore. Bradford ,
p13C were served to Rae and Harold G.>dwtn. Mrs.A. Sorry! An extract from a letter County Telegraph publish this .sta. ..sns4.Lard -- Ib 19C ? i
iced cakes Order In next four weekly I Issues. ...':V..i. Peck, '-- BeacIy..eot. sjaofj
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M. Rlcharde, Mrs. H. M.Rlcharde. ,34c ... ., .... Krmil toad t
Uttto gaeatx Oame recently received from Corporal Witness my hand and official all ..... ;'t-eci 1.3 w 3 poIDt8I a. lvK 4 -
IIIPPf In the yard, then thee Mrs. I. J. Williams Hershfield, who la In England: "If Baal at Starke.. Florida, this December .....y.te.ee". soap petal keel Canned -- Canetg.'EpIaOcb Skbal_ Tesxie\ 4
Ind". .
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played 4I. .
.. Mod
...aletel. i
Mrs. J. A. Bouvier and Miss Pearl Klntfon'eTaenCreais. ore ta.at !
of Jimmie"many and you could see the people's faces A. J. Thomas, ; ...ta rMUC.'U Mew re- 4WW> TQuontttr WIENERS35c
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gluts came. Mrs. Warren Lewis of Starke. when we reached here, Joy writ- "'. Clerk of said "ourt. ) 1t.*IMM petatal .
LARD
alelated in wrvlnj and en- ten all over them! If our soldiers Knight A Knight Btark.LFlorida. Ib I
Mrs.
C. M. left
Turney Fridayto Attys. for fit. 18-) 4t 11.143N ,
by Mrs. H. back home could only see It, I
log her guests visit her son and daughter-in- they 2-h 43c MBMMH) % ,
)(r.. J. G. Caldwell and law. Mr. and Mrs. N. V. TurneyIn would never want to stay there." THK rot'R'F O** THE COUNTYJUUOIc !' '_ C Voq". ..... f
n
Paul Canova. of Starke. Capt. Ralph Cox returned Sat- BRADFORD .COUNTY ......> aGIAt1T, \ 'm n -
ColumbIa Conn. Her visit will r..oRIU. n PRlca
.SCRAPPLEib25c
were: Jane and ,urday to his poet at Camp LivIngston i LARD > I t
rFoo .
attending be extended to the middle of IN: its: ert.ts of CLARA CROSBY IN IttTAILlb
Bicbarde. Kay Partney, : La. Mna. Cox and the Ul KIoJJII. .!_ ........ as IL.AHAB. I f
January.. NTERS'
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IM KK .iBrvmprtFBt.NOTICK 18C sTata
'Peggy .children will visit here and In '
and Harold Tyus. .
OF APPLICATION FOR
Mth .
Mrs. J. O. Beavers, after, s (
Caldwell. Marie a Starke for the remainder of this LEAVE TO BKULLA' .i -
Frances WWtfldd.. Betty W1gg.. lengthy stay with her son-in-law month. N Helen whom it may concern that T.; J. '.
Jlmmle and 'daughter, Mr.' and, Mrs. W Dukes .. TU rvd '? J 1'\
Caroline Bradley, Uuardlan of the estateof Rind en, Plee .' Rights **> MEAT
N. North returned Wednesday to Clara. Crosby Dukes, also knownas '
net Harold Godwin Ken- TIIERESSA Clara B. Huk..... Incompetent BACON
her home in Talllsee, Ala. will, the 4th of Prices food Through Saturday, December 11 '16C
Johns, Gene Bitch George By M..... Ida Hagao on day JanuaryA.
n. Sue and J e a Perkins., Mr. and Mrs. V. V. Flowers of E.. D.K. 1944.Perryman apply, County to the Honorable Judire In 'ib 29c

Jean and ,Norma Canova Gainesville and Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Alice Jones and sister, and for said County, at his officeIn
Marion Harrington and Marion Edwards of St. Petersburg Mrs. J. L. Hightower, left Sundayfor the Courthouse In Stark, In Texas Shipped Dressed rat RoaiHng Sfawtefl ChickensTurkeys I
and said County, at 10:00: o'clock A.M.,
Manama and Mrs. M. T, were guests of Mr. and Mrs.J. Miami where they will visit or as soon thereafter a. the mattercan 53c Chickens Ib'' 45c ib 39c<<
of Starke, Mrs. O. Uney .. L. Williams Tuesday. their sister. Mrs. M. W., Lee and be heard for authority to sell, Small size, ib ,
M or the fol- I
Mr. Morgan' Rlcharde, 'Mrs. J. M. Bradley and daughter family. r lowing described: a'-erI": ., In )
R. j. Kite and the lefties Caroline, were guests of Mr. Wj W. Packham was a business said. County, to-wlt: f' *PlG': peRK l." oHs Zed B..lBlade Wh or Halt King
West Half ( of NorthwestQuarter
WVi lIack..lb3Se,
visitor In Jacksonville Friday.1st If IiWool.
tine. and Mrs: Vance Geiger Saturday I evojnlng in Jacksonville at .a. Class Seaman George Pack' I mere in Northwest Corner (NW :, .. MeatY' CutsChuck King MeckerslStmlc I Ii.
'ELL PARTY birthday dinner honoring Mrs. ham, of Cocoa Beach, spent several I Cor) North on. hundred and forty, by thirty-(140) 8IIoaIdenlb27c 39e'l
lira Beet' .Ib l
joiner pretty party was given Bradley and Mr. Geiger, Jointly. days last'week visiting his (B) yards and West i.. '
for Frances Caldwell by parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. W. also all Bast Half (Ely) of Northwest Whole
idty 'ROo H. Cox hag, gone to Pitts- Quarter (NW\ ) West of Raass 3Jc'R'0 II S T Spanish :
Mrs. J.: CL Caldwell. Packham.
mother, Brag Branch Also Southwest Ib Macfc rellb21c III
burg, Pa., on business for the I II
this party Christmas decora- state. D. J. Phillips, Jr., was visitingin Quarter Quarter(8WVj((WVi> All of In Southwest Hectlonslsteen ,Pork Boston Weif.
i were used and a tiny tree Starke Saturday. : ("Township seven (7) I ib 26cSlw Hxidleu Ocean Ca. 1
lighted in the dinning room. Dr. and Mrs.- W.. L. Murphreeof Mrs. H. D. :May waa a business South. Range! Twenty ((20) Rastl Baits Ib 34c Shri..p Ib 3cSides ,
I
wi of poinsettia-s.cent.red,the Gainesville were,guests of Mr. visitor.in Starke MbDday.SAMPSON. of Northwest'QuarrterrNW(4) Section \ )) Fresh Pork

t>f table, around which the and Mrs. J. R. Kite Sunday. twrnty-wne (II Township Ib 25c, Cull Best 10 .tit. Standing Lg.. Flo. Frot. ;

17 little children ,were seatedrtake Roaco Land of Belleview was a CITYBy '(seven ZO) Eat'(7>,'South.tontalnlnir Range one Twenty hundred Fresh Bulk Brisk Ib ale Roost I IbSirbm ate Mail*! Ib 16c \t 11&&

of delicious Ice cream week-end guest of his parents, a e v e nty-nln., (1T.) acres I,1,
Louise Yarnes
) more or !Ib 31c hors. Ground or Club
leeclCommencing '
dainty cakes Iced In choco- Mr. and Mrs. E. G. Land. ; Sausage Cooked (for Broiling-I

ind .trimmed .with candy Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Wiggins, Miss Frances Taylor and Miss Corner (SK Cor at) the of the Southeast Dedan PIcJ; Hambarg.rlbZ Steak Ib 39c, -L.>lMl n' Ib 32c '.,\
Doris Goodge, of Starke, were Church land' and running Kust HeMi-dS Ib lIe '
three hundred seventy. ( 70)yards STEAK .. see
nag Caught ,
here Sunday night visiting Mr. thence
North one hundr..drorty _u. 21.
and Mrs. Lem Brown. (140) yards, thence West VEALSOU.OIN u.. 31. Bla. Ilaitlb29c f it 1(
three hundred seventy (STO) yards. Klngan's ?
DRY CLEANING & TAILORING Mr. and Mrs. L. B. Harper, of thence 8outh one hundred forty LIVER __...1>>,>. 13cr ..I
... Boomtown, and Mr. and Mrs. (140) yards to point of; beginning Sattsatf Ib'37c ......IlL.. I" Fresh Std.Oyston. !

Quick Service High Quality Work Bough Wynn, Curtis Varnes and Southeast In Southeast Quarter. Quarter(3E(4((WHV4). Also of Klngan's SHOU.DEBS" II. 21. pt 65c;

Dock Warren, of Sampson, spent seventy (70) yards or on. (1) acre Chill Ib 39e. Grade A Spring << .
deep across the South side. ol ':XJ &rAS8kST !.gt"Re dy-to-Fry'' I
the week-end at Crystal River Northeast Quarter (NIBVi) of Gr. A SI. Swiss : .Ito.
Varnes of Southeast Quarter (SEVi ). Also LAMB > Ib 19e
Mr. and Mrs. ,A. V. Whiting
NEW METHOD CLEANERS visiting North Three, quarters (N 8-4) of aa.... Ib 63c slaEw: BREAST .. Ib. 18o
here -
Graham, were Sunday Southeast '
Quarter (KfCVi) of '
Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Goodge.Mrs. Southwest Quarter (SW%) and Guaranteed Baking withPiUsbiury.s ,i
Mr and Mrs. E. O. Edwards, Proprietors accompanied them to North three quarters (N 8-4) ofSouthwest Land O' Sunshine Sweet Sugar
Goodge
Quarter (SWVi of
PHONE 135 315 TEMPLE AVE. New River and back Sunday af Section Southeast' sixteen Quarter (1(SKV4)8) Township. All In Peas Can 91/2c Best Bioie, s*. 29c .

ternoon. seven (7) South, Ranee twenty
STARKE, FLORIDA Little Sammy Warren, of (20) Rast containing seventy-six Missouri I
(76) .acres m Starke here Saturday after- (
was bald
application will be upDEC. Reedy Mixed Swift's .Jewel4lb EGGS


I OLEOib29c Dos On 5 9CLavetfs ;: k

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Carton ;
Super BrandOLEO Enriched: While
BREADIb1lc
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l :>w < 11 s

TheDAY Jewel 65c Ida Loaf 3CVelvo

All Sweet
OLEO COFFEE ,{I

7. ib 23c _Ib 20'/2C e


Dated CoffeeChase _.r ) ,
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1.1)41 & ,Sanborn IB Z5cI I



& the Pound! U. S.1 MaIne
4 Mined Orange Grapefruit by PolaloeslO.Ib.33c

Nab Ib 49c Y..; Oranges- :>r the POUND Idaho BakingPotatoes .-
not the down I why Because .
York Imp Cooking; by weight, le the logical way Ib 4 V: c

Apples 2-lbs Dc sell.far you II an to orange buy and doesn lew us have to Fancy N. C. Green
much lulce It doesn't weigh Cabbage Ib 5c
Jamaican much and you won't b* oaylng
!lor something; you're not going polished Stuartto

all America is; fighting to avenge Coconvti ea.23c buying get. dime Try+ -this by new the JX>uncSPee.ol ..... (Ib 47c
Lon q,Island and see lor yourself what a
,
CaaliflowertblS better .value you get lor your Land O' Sunshine
mossy
Fancy Calif.Corrals. Floor 2O-lbs 85c '

bch lOc Asst. Sizes, Ib 5 C Southern BiscuitFlour 2O-lbs 77c '

IS Just two years since America a bitter battle yet to be fought. CallL Jumbo

If Celery stk. 15c flO Pounds 49c flour 10 lbs Sic

stood stunned at the unbelievable And there's a production battle e I If Cak
f IT f Pillsbury flour ,

treachery of that sneak attack. right here at home that, Isn't won Guest FLOATS Sauer'sVANILLA Snosheen( pkg 26c


yet/.elther. So long as the fighting: IVORY i Z for Pillsbury Pancake
.
Things' I looked .mighty black for us Flour pkg lOc
goes on over.there there will be no 5DAP 'C No.. '2 12c

two 'ago. They 4ook a lot
years demand for Ooi.'l Forget to buy I Complex Vitamin
in the pulpwood -
lessening .
:"". ,..frfeMf CtM
brighter r now. Today our 'rebuilt here. NEW Ole DUTCH MAJOR-B

than before ClMMMtmJunket M.....fes*IN MMf
navy-far more powerful i' :i'....'=: .

Campaign Is I FASTERI d 89 \
; 'our vast air force; and, our The Victory Pulpwood 50% r .

mechanized army are relentlessly beginning to succeed. It showed Sm C' Z for 15C Feel MajorRED Fit AsA


forcing our enemies back on battlefronts what can be accomplished when HEART "


the world's width apart. America really rolls up Its sleeves. lib DOG FOOD GET RID OFROACHES

Spry 24c

Let's keep the axes swinging! 3-lb' Z for ZSc

Yes, we've come a long way-but 46c

.the war'Isn't won yet. There's many Let's see this lob through I i If r ,I' II .", ....HEART' SOAP with

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L. D. VININC STARKE, FLA. r Rennet, Powder Z5c PicaLAPP'S Qc '

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Field Representative
for making rennet I
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CONTAINER CORPORATION OF AMERICA custards-No eggs


FLORIDA no Baking.
FERNANDINA,
INSTANT' C ER'EA i
8 n a uc
Package
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STARKE. FLORIDA FRIO.\Y, IEr
BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. "f. mEI
PGE EIGHT -, ==--
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i of GIFTS. ors

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I Believe It. ".Oclot.iiristIaS: ;'. ": HERE YOU CAN FIND SOUETHING

.. ,. :" I r. .. ,',.' SUITABLE. FOR EVERY MEMBEROF
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Diamond"'tHPi Sotitalre Is Just 2 : : [
LADIES.. GlFTS'-
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$12.95 UP. Before, ReallY
e.. More Than Ever Are' Shopping r ". Evening, In. Paris Sets Coty. Sets,'Cara Nome Sels|
Adrienne Sets
Nr people ,VaU
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Smart If You _... .._.,
This 1 ea Time, Dresser. Sets -'------ :: $2.98 to $15.95
taTl I t Early This
J Gold mount Brillianopa tit. Minute .
Satusa a l tr i Till The Last Disappoint.:1"o Manicure Sets And Musical! Powder Boxes
Srillioot Doomed To ,. ,
0' : Are Item8.fe.., carce, ;. '. GIFTS FOR 'J MEN -
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.' Gift j
'ment.And Are"G in\rFast Dopp Kits, ,Fitted Cases, Fountain Pens, Pen i
TheY Out That, List Pencil Sets,'Tie Racks. Smoking Sets Pocket
J Better Make ,. Size Games. Tobacco 1-2 lb. and 1 lb. Sizes, Cig.
HUNDREDS OF OTHER Today! arette,Lighters and Cases. .., Billfold Sets.

$ THRILLING GIFTS. :; .
.w COMPLETE SELECTION OF MONOGRAM
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STATIONERY
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.', NICE, SELECTION 'OF CANDIES


j. 'S E"fJ t. .' .' ." LARGE SELECTION. OF' XMAS CARDS

> !! BABY GIFTS

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jjff CAMP LOUIS$ISLANDING SHAFKIN'S JEWELRY r...oro.a. ., ." ,.. -' H:CARPENTER'SRexall

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| ALTHOUGH GIFT MERCHANDISE IS DIFFICULT TO OBTAIN, STARKE MERCHANT! .
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I I .' HAVE SCOURED THE; MARKETS TO FlU YOUR NEEDS. THEY HAVE THE GOODS, ._


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SHIPMENT NEW This Year '- When Every Dollar Counts


.- .. J :" '. ,DESKCALENDARS Why Not Give A Practical l Gift?

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FOR THE,HOME 0 s

WITH A GIFT FOR EVERYONE FROM KOCH'S'' '. ALIT STYLES ,A Beautiful Chair '
"J' If=
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For Solid Comfort
-S. .,I4"",,. Suez Coffee Makers-. Fountain Pens .;:, ,' :',. I ...FOR IDEAL SOLDIER CHRISTMAS OR CIVILIAN OUTS .. '
.. .. .. x$12.50
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Y Cory Coffee Makers .. > I>>i Jpes.->;d;* ;" 2,..... : O''! \ 3. ::1
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3 and 5-Plece Dresser Sets (I' Electric. Heating'Pads, ,.:. '...'.. .1 ;; ..1 Beautiful-{.
Comb and Mirror Sets t r *1..J(1. .:.ALSO. .
Thermos' Lunch Kits.-Vl .*..: 'k : HASSOCKS'
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.....'. ,. Body Powders. Fine Stationery -, -. .'.."._..'J',.'..- SPEEDWAYPAPER ..J.,$4."50'to''/ $9.50\ I

t' j. ,. Talcum.Powders* l, PUNCHES
1 .. Cocktail Sets Fancy Pipes ADJUSTABLE sfa ..::, BLANKETS Y
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TWO-HOLE
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0 Water Sets' Animals d $2.25 j
.., Stuffgd 'R1" -j;: J up
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BEAUTIFUL.SELECTION OF XMAS CARDS ::' .,

Priced From\e.to $1.00. . ,>,::1", WAGONS,.WHtEL ,BARROWS TEDDY BEARS, ROCKING. HORSES
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.: KOCH'S ; ? : ;; i rr,:..
DRUG STORE :
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.THROUGH. THESE PORTALS. -
FOR THE'' \\" ROBES
,..J s $7.98 to $12.95.
SOLDlkhS: '
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SOCIAL O0- V' PASS.THE., "BEST. ON -' r ,of
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(.E"AS o Nt EARTH: '% 'Other Items'
.; t / .I'." .t 'J. Sure, To Please '
E\A\ D <. ." .\ f
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