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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 17, 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 )
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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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Have y MI But Extinct a Captain former pastor B. M.of Montgomery the Starke, Near Perfect, Awaits Motion ; ,

Methodist Church, and now a

Commander K, Because Of ,War chaplain Blanding.with was the guest IRTC speaker at Camp at Official Says For New Trial


the Rotary Club Wednesday. t ,.

Drawing an Interestingparallel A verdict of manslaughter- in ,
blackout
retirement of Brig The strawberry Industry once between the, figurative "germs"of Stnrke's practice
the the case of Mrs. Edna Peele of r I
lb active Bradford County's lire-blood and hate, distrust, fear, etc and the Thursday night of last week wasa Lawtey charged with the slayingof

SifaJ 4Camp B1 ding will have I, principal money producer, ap actual germs of disease, Chaplain vast Improvement over previous Ancll Thompson on August \

r commanding officer by the pears to be waging a losing fI btaga.lnat Montgomery'urged his hearers to trials and would have been a 100 14. was returned by a Circuit .'
others
Of this month In the guard against Inflicting percent success except for a few Court Jury here at 2 o'clock Friday -
5 part 1
labor
the' shortage, dry
;
mental
and germ,
E. Smith, with spiritual .
of Col. Walter I morning, Dec. 10. Six bjpurs I', $
scattered where ,
cases people
weather ,and: ti high coat of against -
commander; 6f Camp OorUhnston. rYin. \ e Just an they guard passIng of deliberation were required be- '
r either did not hear'or. recognize
real disease ,
Ga. plants. on germs.
Atlanta *
t.v fore reaching the verdict
1 Kunzlg who assumed Those famiWar with the crop The Rotarians drew names and the signals and had forgotten to \
rat Sentence
was withheld pending
of Blanding on July 15, estimate that there are not more, will present! each other With gifts, make provisions for their lights motion i 1
.nd for a new trial to be made
reach 62. the retirement thano 200 acre of berries In the : each accompanied by an original to be extinguished If the
Ia will property by the accused through her attorneys 1
next '
of at their meeting
In this season-about 20 bit verse,
ket for brigadier generals county per owner was away from his Zach H. Dou g'1 s of ,I
and will actually retire cent of the acreage planted In Wednesday' home business I
ig ,ry or Gainesville and Hal Y. Malnea of > '
active service on January; normal years: A. J. Thomas, Commander of Lake Butler. Judge A. Z, Ad- :

However he Jias ''a' certaint Dry weather that took a toll Theatre the Citizens Defense Corps, expressed kins granted > the attorneys IS

of leave due him. and of thousands of plants, the critical Negro himself as being fairly; days from Dec. 10 In which to

M take advantage of that to wives who do volunteer service at the USO'Club., 201 N. farm labor'; shortage, the high'' well pleased with the blackoutand file such motion.

Banding some time the lat Walnut St.,* are shown above receiving blood tests 'during one.of the cost of materials and the fact the efficient work of the The verdict of manslaughter '

art of December, 'at which Health Institute sessions held at the USO Club on ThursdaY'of each that many farmers have desertedthe Gets Priority wardens In seeing that lights carries with It a penalty of Imprisonment .

Col. Smith will take corn week. Shown In the above picture are: Mrs. Nick Borgia, Mrs. Virginia plow for+.high wages In war were turned out when owners failed not to exceed: : 20 11 I

Londlno, Mrs. Mary Engel Mrs. Harold Anderson, Mrs. Harold jobs. ';are, ?:Wl Contributing factors to extinguish them of their years. ,
visit In "in E.! t Pullum, colored Is furnishing '
will detllne1' of the deal "
Kunzlg the berry
eral, Abrams director of the .
Ray :Mrs. Helen Mazur and Dr Irving R. own accord.
In
i and other parU to his-of home Flor- Clay-Bradford County Health Unit. The blood tests were In connection here.The. same Conditions. welfare work recreation and, helping engaging boost The"commander was especially; Red Cross Workers '

re returning with control and prevention 'of are being well with the manner In
a Health Institute course on the morale of the soldiers pleased
negro
For Soldiers
In' the Plant City Shop 'I
experienced '
Pylvanla. Venereal disease and sanitation and food handling. The courses, at Camp Blanding by erecting L a which the colored Boy Scout
_i Smith bas been command-- conducted In cooperationwith area where It;, is reported that Troop under the direction of their In Camp HospitalPatients
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officer 0 f Camp Johnston which will run through Feb. are being only 400 acres are devoted to moving picture .theatre In Reno. !
leader Alexander Jr.,
Morgan.
the Camp Blanding Medical Corps. That Is the opinion of Leo An '
!that amphibiow- training berries as 'c cWApared: with 1,500 confined to.
efficiently Camp
handled the blackout..o
-Photo by Mm. P. J. Ruby drews, Field Recreation Representative
ns activated in1 September f acres In t 8' normal' year. of Jacksonville, as expressed I In Reno 'Shortly after the Bland Ing's Station Hospitalare ;

Re Is a native of South In jIlKusaliM'tb.: situation, a, in a letter to t the 'War first signal, every light in Reno being assisted In thejr Christmas) J

S It ta and was a school teacher Plant"City .6w.papet "recently wag extinguished, Mr. Thomas shopping by an attractive groupof "
at the Jacobs Store Production Board, asking priorities
Large ShipmentOf
the Army T
h entering First World said: "The Bast several years for the construction. said, and the Scouts did good women from the BradfordCounty .

|,ring of the .. have seen the perry crop dwindle theatre work la halting Incoming traffic, .Chapter American Red i
for the has already
Contract
to Its present Jow mark, and !It Is requesting the drivers to observe Cross, Th workers Jut out gift I
Waste FatsJack To Close OutJacob's believed in'some quarters that been let to J D.the Mathews projectDec. the rules lists for soldier patients, accept.
and work began on 'I
ols Enroll the r. will Dot be sufficienmarketing ing money! covering the price of
8, Pullum stated Tuesday. HIs "Many people still cannot distinguish
of the luscious berry the' and purchasing the il i,
present !
i Percent store which to be of concrete block, and between the blue signal
Payne of Jacksonville was pur- "
here this year to stabilize a mar merchandise In Starke.: "* ? i
and the red signal and others
r, Red Crosse driving a Southeastern Hide & chased Oct. 2 by Max Goldman, ket, much less Ho insure outsld* will seat around 330: persons. It Local merchants are cooperating
will be ready.for opening on NeuYear's seem to mistake one of these
children of Brad- Fur Co., truck, collected more of New York City, and managedby buyers coming here to operate. day, If material. can be two signals for. the all clear/" Mr. by selling the gifts on a return '

school trood than 1,000 pounds ot waste fats Mrs. Jewel Mamlel, of Long "War, with attendant scarcityof secured rapidly enough. Equipment Thomas sold,' basis so. that they may be

county have every results reason of ther from the cafes In Starke Tuesday Inland, will clone its doors Dec. plants, scarcity of labor to. set for the show house has been "The blue signal Is a steady exchanged or returned if not ac
the
of L. T. Dyer, County Chairman plants and cultivate, scarcity of ceptable. Mrs. Ruth Dunn, ChaIr.
Red Cross Enrollment 31, according to announcement by purchased from Gainesville, andIt two minute blast on the siren .
of the general Salvage Committee some types of fertilizer, and the man of the ,group, gives an Interesting *
school in the Counlb Mr. Goldman Wednesday. He gaveas will cost between $1,200 and The red signal is a wavering blast
Every
stated. This is the first threatened scarcity of cups and account of the shopping
white and colored has: his only reason for closing his $1,500.: lasting (wo minutes, and thereIs !
time a truck has collected fats In crates In which to place the product activities. The majority of the
.J 100 cent, and a total "inability to buy merchandise", There has been a great need no siren signal at all for the
per I all be attributable wanted for mothers ,
several months, he said. may directly gifts are
J607 bas been raised. Many and said he hoped some day to for a moving picture theatre for all clear, which Is signified when

Ji gave far In excess of their Up to this time the A. & P. return to Starke. to the war. negroes since the burning of ,theManassa' .Jhe .Atc >.Ji&tm. ,,ftia/'turned: on wives'selected, agdglreetheats.he! the Items A
theti4atri carefully by
store has been the only business "After ''wberTle' are Ihop"f.
MrOoldmarT will leave Starke theatre'In Reno again.
i and used. unique and .en-, : set" ;
and the men have been pleased I
house in Starke that has collected might Comeback, or U per
with his Lt. Bill stage/a eral months In his '
g; methods of raising the Saturday son ago making "There la no sot order for these with the selections. Many
or delivered fats, and much baa Goldman, who Is to be marriedto may be welt'that our growers will plans to erect such a building signals. The first warning mightbe for t' .
waste. But the time has turn their endeavor- more diversified gifts are being purchased 'j
Red gone to Miss Adele Sherman of New during these days -of shortages either red or blue, depending
it I t40 will be sent to that offer equal children of servicemen also Mrs. i
now come In the war effort when Haven Conn. Lt. Goldman spent crops and priorities, Pullum made sev-
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on the position l of enemy planes.
Area Headquarters for en- and often the men
states,
: of with lesseffort. Dunn
cash
each household must do Its purltoward :promise returns
at Honolulu, but Is now eral trips to Jacksonville, to both
t fee and this money Is a year Although the usual order' of signals want to take the gifts back to
to cover the cost of sending furnishing' the raw materials stationed at Camp Stewart Savannah the office of Leo Andrews and would be blue, red, blue, all *wards to show to the other
out of which explosivesare Ga. where he and his of the War Production Board
or that clear, !In actual practice there
Junior Red Cross news I men before they are wrapped and
Red Cross Journal to each made. bride will live for the present. New Features \ and had considerable correspondence might be any number of reds and mailed. Lockets, dolls, house-

enrolled. The rest of they Sometime ago L. A. Rennolcls :I Max Goldman will return to Started At NCCSThree on the subject blues before the all clear finallyIs coats and various other gifts have }

will be retained In Brad- accepted the local chairmanshipof Starke Christmas Eve and will Mr. Andrewswrote the WPB shown", the commander stated. been bought for children

County as a .Junior Red this drive, and It Is about to : assist Mrs.' Mandel with, the liquidation new features have been that the 1940 census f Starke was /i In addition to purchasing the ,

a service fund. With a bal- get under way. Mr, Dyer stated of his stock of goods. "We introduced at the USO Club opera 1480, 30 percent of which was gifts, the choppers are assisting

of {65 now in the bank from Wednesday that every meat mar- are going to give the public a ated by the NCCS. negroes. He Mated that while Girl Scouts In wrapping. Mrs. Dunn says

year this County will have ket in town has agreed to handle break", he said. i At the regular Tuesday evening there were only BOO negro sol that servicemen seem very grate

irking! fund of over $200. fats. They will give the housewives bingo party session, the prize was diers at Camp Blanding then, at ful for the assistance the. shoppers

Ii expected that the Junior two meat points them per pound four Bishop Juhan : a telephone call home and Pvt. one time there were 6,000, Intimating Aid Seal Sale are rendering.The .
and
tor the fats pay that the number might be
the winner. are helpIng -
Cross Committee will vote George Quinn was following women
cents per pound, and Mr. Payne To Visit St. Mark'sOn Increased at'any time., He said
end at least $25 of this funde Pvt. Quinn comes from Brooklyn, In this work: Mrs. Ruth
National Children's FundIp will haul the salvage away every I December 19 N. Y. and hit'telephone call will that most colored troops went to .Starke's enthusiastic and energetic Dunn Mrs. Marian Melssner,

supply the children of two weeks on Tuesday or Wed- I be made to'his mother on Christmas Jacksonville, since there was noth- Girl Scout Troop, under, the Mrs. Ruth Whitehouse, Mrs. Vivian
nesday. With all meat marketsand Frank A. Juban, ing to do In Starke, although it
Rev. direction
pe and Asia with food andg I The Rt. Eve. of their leader Mm. hill Mrs. Rita Cashin Mrs.
all restaurants in town co Bishop of the Diocese of Floridaof The regular Wednesday evening was eight miles to Starke and 38 Lemuel Colson, conducted a street Beulah Kostek, Mrs. Eleanor ,
operating-with the added coop- Church will make to Jacksonville, and It was easierto sale of Tuberculosis
the Episcopal I dance held on December 13: wars Fund ban- Mltsch. Mrs Edith' Delpng. Mrs.
my worthwhile for
projects eration of the housewivesStarkeshould his annual visitation to St. Mark's under the auspices of the .Southern get a bus to Starke. gles Saturday, netting an additional Katharine Drew.
servicemen and the com- soon be on the map as a De- "There are no commercial facilities .
Sunday
Church, Starke, on (57 for the drive.
to be this
financed '
by large contributor. cember 19, at the regular 11 o'- have agreed to' cooperate and In Starke for the colored peo- Mrs. Glen Duke, county chair- Mrs. ThomsonTo
are
available to the schools People in the country and on clock morning prayer service.At dance a ple", Mr. Andrews wrote, "'exceptjook man, has announced: that through
Mrs.' a novelty once
Crow W. R. Morse Junior the farms are asked to cooperate, this time the Rector of the month sponsor at the NCCS Club "We Joints.I There are five Sunday a total of $459.50 has been Recruit WACsMrs. '
Chairman each
) hopes but must bring their fats to parrish the Rev. Fred Yerkes, extremely happy to be able churches, all very small and badlyIn raised during the current sale of I'

< will!these choose and carry out Starke, since there Is not enoughin Jr., will present several persons are to cooperate with the Southern need of repairs, and one school Christmas Seals and Tuberculosis W. H. Thomson Jr., Is
projects. districts to pay building I with no auditorium. chairman for recruiting WACs In
the outlying to receive the Sacrament of Confirmation Bell Telephone girls In sponsoring Bonds.!
call for it. The rite of There Is a definite need for clean, Bradford County. Any one want-
the truck to
the Apostolic this regular monthly dance, This The Girl Scouts will again conduct
Ptist Church In full swing, and and wholesome recreation for negroes Ing to know more about this Im-
drive Is now On of Hands
the Laying gives the NCCS Club a real op- a street sale next Saturday,
In Starke. There Is no place for war work for women,
of peoplein portant
Program demands the cooperation Bishop Juhan will preach. portunity to carry out the broad and Mrs. Duke wises to thank all
to soldiers to take their dates Mrs. Thomson at the
see
alike, may
town and country This will be the Bishop's first general principles of USO In planning negro who have contributed so gener- .
te congregation of the Starke help make explosives to defeat official visit since the completionof social activities for defense except Jook joints ously to this important fund. home of her parents Mr. and
"The Post Chaplain", Mr Andrews Mrs. F. F. Stump, on North Wal-
1 t Church have In store the Axis. the Church Service Center and workers as "well as for military School returns are still Incom-.
continued, "at Blanding, nut St. call her over phone
t !treats during the Christmas Mr. Dyer Is very anxious for other recent Improvements. personnel. Certainly the South- Service Officer plete, and totals will be published or
and the Special
011 under the direction of some organization to sponsor the cordial Invitation Is extendedto ern Bell girls are performing a later. 93.Uncle
A feel that a moving picture theatreIn Sam urgently needs 600)00 ,-
r
Pastor, the Rev. A. E. Light- collection_ of fats and get the members of all Christian communions vital phase of ,war work In manning Starke would greatly contribute women volunteers In the next

*1*Beginning with the, Sunday large revenue therefrom. Most to be present on this oc the' telephone line throughout to the morale of the negrq Lt. Futch Sends 12 months. Among the United
hour at 9:45: A. M.Sunday housewives are glad to donate the ;day' and night, aiding
casion. recommend Brit-
Andrews Nations' Great
troops.'Mr Can HomeC. Big Four
on through, the evening wor- their fats to some organization, military activities coming through Jap
the of the Russia and the United
ed granting necearypriorities lan, China,
rvlce at 7:30: P. M., the letting It have the revenue If it Camp Blanding" said Mr. Marotta .
day of for the Ernest WasdinErnest to construct the theatre, A, Futch was the happy recipient Elates, the only women not playIng
the Master will bet be responsible director I ,
will only : ,
fed. women's Pullum Is a steward In the Wednesday of a Japanese a' real role In the war are

't U toll ctlon. Naturally, a bet- Wasdin. 30, eon of Mr. The third feature Introduced Methodist Church, and feels that rifle, bayonet and sword which he American. I

[ A. M., in addition to organization would function and Mrs. T. W Wasdin of Waldo this weak and to be continued he can help both the morale and received from, his son, Lt. M. C. One reason American women
too
inn ac a sermon on "The GiftGiver" ter, as the boys and girls are died early Monday morning, Dec. hereafter, at the' Thursday evenIng the moans. of the soldiers and Futch, from the Solomon Islands. should go to war is that they enjoy I

"lighted the audience will young and the men too preoccu-Interested 6, after a lingering Illness. He !is Quiz Contest, was presenting other colored folk by operating a They came by parcel post-12.50 more rights and privilegesthan

'ilia by three Christmas pied. Any organization survived by his wife and baby; the winner with a credit slip In motion picture theatre postage, and weighed around 40 any other women In the

; by the choir. in such a proposition-making his father and mother; two sUterf the sum of $3. This credit slip pounds. The parcel--a strongly world.. It is probably true that
Training Unon. which money for Itself and at the same Estelle Gunter and be spent In Starke within a t
Mrs. may
II ef- Buys Home Here reinforced wooden box-was mailed American women have a greater
let at 630; P. M.. will present time helping out In the war Mr. Mrs. Evelyn Brown, both of Wai- week after the award Is made. Oct. 8, and had the following stake In the American way of'life i

,/I'"Two ways to celebrate fort.-should nee Mr. Dyer or do; and two brothers Everett Many of the'merchants here are Rome J. Andrews, head barberin typewritten certificate on the than: American men have. This

'Igbt In the evening a Rennolds at once.Wrapping I Wasdln of Georgia, and Eddie cooperating In this plan and honoring the City Shop, who recently outside, signed by C. B. Irwin, makes It truly amazing that they,

1 service will be put on Wasdin of Waldo. the credit slip. sold his house and 64 acres of I Infantry captain, commanding: of all women anywhere, should

Itb "Ye are the Light". The Service Funeral services were conduct Arrangements have been madeto land five miles south of Starke "1st Lt. Merrill C. Futch l I. let down their 'armed services.

Christmas tree' will be PublicMrs. ed at the Waldo Baptist Church have the newly organized choirof on Road 13 to Lester Slacle, has officially ,authorized to retain as i But, above everything else,

*Wednesday. wish evening at 7:30: Offered I Tuesday, Dec. 7, at 2 P. M., with St. Edward's Catholic Church bought a home from Charlie J. his personal property the Inclosed American wome/t" should go to

Tr. School.a program by the Bessie Davis former the pastor, the Rev. Mr. Hughes sing Christmas Carols at the station Powell 'at 324 Laura St., Starke, -1 Japanese rifle (disassembled), war because they are urgently

ChOir Training Union manager of the P. S.I officiating. I n t erment was at hospital ,al Camp Blanding and moved there Tuesday. 1 l bayonet The box also contained -' needed. That, In Itself. should be

to which all are tnl1t1f18 Store assistant at Blanding Center, has inaugurated Sante Fe Lake Cemetery. the Wilson on Christmas' Eve. The originalsuggestion His new property consists of a a word' and an, old'' saw, reason enough.

a new service which Funeral Home at Lake City for the carol singing -room ,house and a half acre of which were used. by the Japs

will find a ready response In being In charge of arrangements.{I was made by Mrs. Thelma Cooper land, he said Wednesday. C. G. Barksdale, veteran of ACA To MeetThe

Permits Starke-wrappIng gifts and other a teacher at the Bradford World War f, assembled the gun,

Clerk Mrs. E. R. Bradley'Funeral I County High school and a member Sells Negro LotsOn and a Camp Blanding soldier Bradford County Agricultural !
ItJtoI Carl John issued! packages. former office of the choir. It la planned to standing nearby laid It was a Conservation A s.0 o iation

ssakg building permits She has rented the I have the soldiers at the hospital Dec. 0 Col. D. E. House at
Hollingsworth. I services for Mrs. Ralph Knight 'bolt action" type, firing five will meet at the Court

of Frank C. across South : E. Bradley, 71, were held Friday Join In the singing Hold' "fractional lots" 8 and 9 of I cartridges: approximately 30 cali Starke, at 10 A. M. Saturday,

oa l'I1eat th 1.. Pullum, J950. Dec. real estate operator the Park i morning. Dec. 10, at 11 o'clock block 21 1 n Knight's Negro. bre. To the casual observer, It December 18th for the purposed
from
te blur pone of building ado [ Walnut Street her business In Mill Creek Cemetery, Nassau : Recent Births Quarters to Primus Carr and his seemed that both the gun and electing three County Commit.

theatre 30x5O feet Theatre, and opened She fur- l' County. She died Dec. 8 at her vita, Mary J, Carr, colored, who the wooden-handled sword were teemen and two alternate Committeemen -

!!II th BUlldlnc to becom.- there Wednesday night. cord and home in Jacksonville and among I Mr. and Mrs. Hllbron Waldron, expect to build a house and live rather out of date and the soldier to serve next year. All *

In about six weeks.if1 nishes the paper, ribbon, and I her ten surviving children: are : Starke, Dec. 11. girl on the property. The consideration : said they would not compare with signers In the conservation '''pro.

a ?". *1T5. Dec. 7, to add other necessary things for her ser I, Mr*. D. I. Knight and H. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Wilson, was approximately 9123, Col. the weapons used by the American gram are requested to be presentand

!*'rt! Wejjer to Pre St. eat building charges vices. a small fee | Bradley both of Starke. H'j Brooker, Dec. 13, boy. Knight sale this week. Army. cast their ,ballot

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PARE 'MVO BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH ST.\RKE. FLORIDA Fit1),\t I'ECESIglR
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Edith died at his home at fort Myers and Saturday with Mrs. Varnes' Children
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tell Ben's baby daughter, LAWTEY of
THE BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH that 'I was going to eat with By Coleman Phillip last Saturday. Mr. Moore was uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. one day last week LUkeland,
them and when she saw me com- once a resident o( Bradford Coun- A. I* Goode, of Starke. days with to n
btabll8h..d 1877 ing up the path she almost had i a SOT. WILKERSONAWAITS ty and was well known here. He Mrs. Loss Ie( Daugherty and Mrs, J. hel, parell 4
duck fit. Seems that the child NEW ASSIGNMKNV and his wife :have many frineds L Wynn,
MBM EFL VV11kersoo. here who deeply sympathize with ....
thought It would be something Technical Sergeant Lloyd -" -------
FlORimPRESS ASSOCIATION awful to have ,company for din- son of Mr. and Mrs. 1-:. L. his loved ones. : FUNERALMy -
NATIONAL( EDITORIAL ASSOCIATION' e ner and nothing but chltfllcgs on Wllkerson of Lawtey, has r pored Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Lewis were :Many Years DIRECTOR
Experience Makes
the table. She didn't know her to the Army Air Forces: IP- visiting their son-in-law and It Possible for Me .
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EFFICIENT PROMPT
7 Uncle Joe. Ben bad to talk pret- distribution station( at Atlantic daughter Mr. and Mrs. Bishop and OURTIOt's; stay "
E. L. Matthews4_____,__ Editor and Owner ty fast to convince her that Jt City, N. J.. after a furlough visit. Thomas, at Lacrosse Sunday.Mr. :MODERATE PRICES ;

was perfectly all right for me to< with home folks here. He recentiv and Mrs. L. A. Crosby and DeWITT C. JONES
,. SUBSCRIPTION RATE sit down with nothing In sigh returned to the United States children were visiting: their Starke Florida
Yearly. 1.73j: Six Month, '1.00 but coffee baked sweet potatoes, after 12 months of service In mother Mrs. Evelyn Crosby, at

chitt'llngs-and moro chitt'lings! North Africa. Sicily and Italy and Sunny Brook Sunday.. -
Published Weekly on Friday and Entered a* Second i I Cures Mattel while at tbe redistribution station
Clyde says that here,were six: Mr and Mrs. H. M. McRae and
at the Post Office at Starke, Florida. sets of chitt'lings to start with will be carefully examined and Interviewed Mrs. Robt. Myrick visited the

but after him, Ben and myself to determine where his bedside of Mrs. Susie Locke at ServiceSfarke '
Food Waste Must Stop managed to get to our feet and lengthy training and combat ex- Lake Geneva Sunday night.Remember Prompt Careful i Drf,
be utilized to the .
perience can ,
stagger out on the porch there the service at Pine
Bradford County's 2,421 housewives could feed 600 wasn't but just three sets-and :1 greatest: advantage by the. aerial Level this week-end. Sunday

soldiers for a year with the food wasted annually in homesof don't mean on the table either I armada.While Wllkerson School at 11 o'clock Sunday, Taxi ServiPhone
overseas Sgt. '
Those Rowe boys, father and son, morning. "
the county.: may be lightweights at times but served as a gunner on a B-26
This amazing figure is based on accurate government never after a good old-fashioned Bomber and is a veteran of 39 A large crowd attended the of
prayer services at the home 150
statistics' which indicate that at least, 1,149,975 pounds of chltfllng, dinneriIlflmpton combat missions. He wears the
Air Medal with seven oak leaf )(1'. and Mrs. 1... L. Conner Tues-
food are wasted annually in Bradford County, homes. clusters. day'night..

Food is a munition of. war'' and its waste must be stop- Barbara Happenings Horna Entering the air forces on Sept. Day" N

ped. By 14, 1941 Sgt., Wilkerson under- SAMPSON CITYBy '
went training tat Keealer Field. Louise Varnes
with Rev.
Mrs. W. M. Norwood
Kitchen efficiency should include three points: Buy as ..
and Mrs. H. E. Garrett. of Waldo Miss.. Baltimore Md., Columbia.S. .
nearly as ,possible just the required,, amount; serve moderate attended the Methodist Confer- C., and ,Shreveport La. Mr. and Mrs. Artford Brown, .. ',
: of Gainesville district In of Brooker, were here Sunday visiting -
helpings and use all left-overs. ence the MOORE ELECTED MAYORAt
Although housewives have eliminated much food waste Ocala Tuesday and Wednesday of the 'city election! held here Mrs. Brown's* parents, Mr. DRY CLEANING & TAILORING
last week. and Mrs. W. H: Smith.
Pearl cent of all food boughtfor Tuesday. Dec. 7, the followingvote .
since Harbor over eight '
per Mr. and MrS. Gordon Wads- Mrs. Fred Ellis and small eon,
Service
was recorded: J. H. Moore Quick High
home consumption is still thrown away. While it is worth and family were,guests of and Mrs. Josie Hall of Green Quality )Work
(unopposed for mayor) 56/ votes;
obvious that waste cannot be prevented entirely, carefully friends' at Conner during the Louts H. Hill (unopp o s e d for I Cove Springs arrived Friday to .

planned conservation should cut the loss in half and thus week-end.Those Xmas shopping In Gainesville clerk) BO; For marshal C. R. spend nson. a few days with W. J. Rob- NEW METHOD CLEANERS

300 soldiers could be fed with the resulting. savings in Saturday were: Mrs. J. ,W, In Whitehead 34. J. T. Reddish 30. Austin Smith, son of Mr. and
the council race H. C. Kelly
homes of this county. Home Barbara Betty and Martha and A. M.' Lewis defeated their Mrs. W. H. Smith .left Mondayfor Mr. and Mrs. E. O.: Edwards, Proprietors
Horne, Mr. and'Mrs. Lachance,
Pensacola where he will enter
opponents J. ,.M. Reddish. John PHONE 135 315
< TEMPLE:
i Mrs. Clara Stone, Norma an4 training with the AVE
Shuford and Geo. F. Young. Navy.
Smack The Jap With PulpwoodTwo Joan Sweeney, Mrs. Mae Touch-
STARKE
Mrs. Louise Varnes I and little FLORIDA
ton, Mrs. M. L. Watterson K. B. HELP IF YOU CAN I .
this nation mad but still daughter, Frances spent Friday
was fighting
years ago Watterson. Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Lawtey citizens are doing their

... ... .. ,, I __.. _._ .... .... .... ,
suffering from theshock, of the Japs' sneak attack' on Pearl Wad a worth and Mr. and Mrs. bit to help out in the housing -r --*-*r W-- W-- lMi- 9- Q5r-- e5Pt e9r e- -"u .u
Harbor. Lacy Wynn. shortage caused by the Influx of
Eldred Colemanand relatives coming to spend the holidays -
Mr. and Mrs. l
There is' no question about it, Uncle Sam was knockedto
.
daughter 'Joyce, spent the with the i men at the Camp
the floor but, thank God, not knocked out.: Our country, week-end with relatives at Plant' Blanding IRTC.: Many soldiers .

as a.man got up and fought back, until today the advantage are finding places here where they
City.Mr.. and Mrs. Andy Wall were can spend time with 'their folks. i "THROUGH THESE ,PORTALS
is on our side. But we must .fight wi h all we've got citizen who have
Any might
to hold that advantage and win a complete victory. week-end guests at Webster. rooms to rent'Will please list them

Here in this community we produce pulpwood which Rev, G. E. Cutshaw was guestof with Mr. Carradine at the bus
Mr. and. Mrs. 1F.. Brown station and let's try to keep Lawley's ,
the Army and Navy need desperately as the war enters a Saturday night.
rooms full and help our boys
critical stage. Our fighting men rely on us, and us alone, Mr. and Mrs. Lachance have arrived spend as much time with their
to keep them supplied with hundreds of materials of war, from Saranac N. Y. Mrs families as possible. EARTH"
Lachance will remain here with
made <<
possible by pulpwood.We her mother Mrs. Clara Stone LEVELBy
PINE
tan make the Japs sorry forever they ever heardof while her husband will go on to -
Mrs. II. M. McRae.
Pearl Harbor if each one of us does his part, today, and Daytona Beach to work duringthe << AND
winter. Mrs. Clarence K. Andreu; of
every day until victory is won. The best way we can help
Walden Wadaworth., of the Panama City!:: Is visiting her ,
now is to: Maritime school Merchant Marin brother-in-law and sister Mr. and THESE SOLDIERS WILL TELL YOU

"Cut-a-Cord: of Pulpwood for Every' Local I Boy in at St. Petersburg, spent the week Mrs. Arthur McRae.

Service". end at home. M' and Mrs. H. M. McRae and
Mr. and Mrs. O. D. Gay are enjoying daughter, Odessa and Joseph i P. S. STORES
a trip down the West I Schultz were,dinner guests of Mr.
Letters From Home Coast this week. and Mrs. M. .J. McRae Sunday.H. '
I H. Lewis J. L. Lewis and P'' IS THE DO
The movement of mail to members of the Armed Dennis Parker, Seaman 18t Mrs. Emma Mott attended the BEST PLACE TO YOUR XMAS
Class. U. S. Coast Guard St.
Forces stationed overseas is a herculean task but is handled I Augustine, Is enjoying' a leave at funeral of Groover Moore, who 2 SHOPPING

well, despite the fact that complaint has been made now and home. '

then about seeing bags of mail .stacked on the docks 'un- i Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Andrews YOU CAN GET t

f shipped. Inquiry shwwed that this was merely waiting will move to their home In Starke RELIEF << -- ... ---
this week. REAL
transshipment and the delay rarely' exceeded more than ""ikm, ,?Iraq
:Miss Lois Ditty of Lawtey, visIted K
from one to three days. friends here during the week 6knx ACIDINDIGESTION P. S. STORES

i Each week the Army is said to transport upward of 20-

000,000 pieces of mail overseas. Owing to war demands, a end.Mrs.. G. A. Wiggins of Hawthorne i .

six-cent airmail stamp does not ,guarantee air-mail transit. spent Thursday of last BLANDING CENTER
week with Mrs. H. B. Wiggins. t'' ,
The Army has repeatedly warned the 'public in regard to l
Mrs: H. B. Wiggins and Mrs BISMAREXCarpenter's
this. However. V-mail goes by air. and the cost is only Ceo. Williams were In Gainesville t a STARKE, FLA.Have .

three cents. Families and friends of the .Armed Forces are Monday.Mrs. 41mniWe' ,

urged to write frequently and to write cheerful, chatty letters ;- C. V. Shaw, of Jacksonville K
and daughter, of Sparten- ?
Drug Store
that build morale. Soldiers suffer from homesickness' burg S. C., were guests of Mrs.'J. :

and nothing cures the blues like a good, cheerful letter from J. Pickren Sunday., -

,; home, say officers, and newspapermen who have been over- James Bar wick, of the Air

; seas and have firsthand information of conditions. Corps and Mrs. Barwick of
Marlanna, are. visiting his par-
.
a "Coke" = Christmas
ents.Mrs. Merry
! G, P. Wadsworth. Mrs.
UNCLEJOE'S Geo. Rahme S..:, Mrs. B. U. Hin-
son and Mrs. J. J. Pickren were
shopping In Gainesville Thursday

', uf last week.
.
It J-A-W THERESSABy

Mice Ida Ilagan
" rss
,, i
i J By J. L. IIARRELL Mr. and Mrs. G. W, Ezcll, eta- @ *?
-s: honed at New York were visiting

i". her parents. Mr. and Mrs. R. M. a.5f
,;'. Riding around on tires as 'thInas him sure, hop In-r-and off we Her ey. .

: tissue paper'' these' clays reminds steamed. Mr. and Mrs H. M. Barnett of

> me .of the times when an About ten miles later we stopped Jacksonville, were visiting friends t ft
automobile ride was almost as for water again, and just be- and relatives last week-end.
'
i, big an adventure as flying across fore starting up. the old backwoodsman Mrs. Annie Trlest., of Waldo. Is -SH&L5TJ
.' the ocean would be nowadays. said "Well; I reckon visiting her daughter, Mrs. W. {
;' One time Oscar Andreu (yes. If you all will open this dang IV Packbam and family (

. the high sheriff, himself) and T thing up BO'S I kin alt out, Iwon't Mrs. Nettle Towdenan and babyof *&*
" ,went (to Palatka to visit. Judge go no farther. Hlfll be Jacksonville were visiting her i
' Long, On our way,back the radiator well nigh dark by the time I mother, Mrs. R. M. Hersey, re-
; ;' sprang a leak and I was kept walk back now!I" cently. *

. busy trying to keep the ''durn Oscar and I still laugh about Mrs. Charlie Beck and Mrs.
'i; thing from running dry while that one, but neither one of us Thomas were visiting In Starke
'f Oscar drove, dared crack a smile then for that Thursday. 'miii
!: Once we stopped at an old rundown cracker looked like he could have 2nd Class Seaman Herbert MK

,r house somewhere out In''' the whipped both of us with one Clover ettle was visiting his wife f < I

, i t" sandhills to fill, the' radiator 'and hand while eating fried chltt'- and baby and also his mother (a
lings with the'other.. Mrs.. Jones, recently.
F. an extra five-gallon tin"with' some And speaking of chitt'lings. reminds Little Miss Jacqueline Jarrell.
muddy well water. When w aI. me of the.time that Ben of (Jacksonville. Is visiting her

I.. started to drive oft the man-of- Rowe and his son. Clyde tippedme rand parents Mr. and Mrs. W.
V. the-house asked Oscar If he could off that they were going to W. Packham..last week. ?/*

t, ,. ride down (he road a little piece have '"hog vines"-stewed, fried Earl Geiger 2nd Class Seaman,
r with us. 'Oscar thought he might and otherwise for dinner on a o-f Cocoa Beach was visiting his

'II"" be ,a qualified voter no he told certain Friday. .They forgot to mother Mrs. J. P. Dickerson and *. spreading American holiday spirit overseas L

family' ,,, recently.
Cpl. Ernest Trlest of Camp
FOR SAFETY, COMFORT AND ECONOMY RIDE Shelby. Miss was called home because .VourcAmcricaa fighting man love his lighter moments. He tikes his home E'+

of his grandfather's Illness \With him where he /
FLORIDA MOTOR LINE BUSSESFOR and death. He will return to ways goes. makes, friend easily. II"". a "CoJt.; he lays s

camp Sunday.Mr. to granger or friend, and he spreads the i'
spirit of good will -
COURTEOUS CORRECT INFORMATION and Mrs. Garfield Johns throughout the theRlobhigK1n:

PLEASE PHONE 147 and son, of Hampton were visiting year. And throughout the world Coca-Cola stands for Ih.
her mother, Mrs. Little Hall. jJ4MU lhill "/mhhas ,$ -
. Mr. and Mrs. Pete Roberts are become the high-sign of the friendly-hearted.
the proud parents of a on. h
f UNION BUS STATION Don't forget Sunday School "Coke"= Cow
rn
1 LACY, CONWAY, Agent every Sunday morning at the Bap- omio UNDI. AutHomr or rat COCA.COIA COMPANY .r Ie. s1p'raiforPo b dew
fri
' list Church and also the Chrls- to acquire
. Temple Are. Starke, Florida- ain Union every Sunday ,nightat STARKE COCA-COLA BOTTLING CO. rtoofc That'called. hCocfrCoU l

.f the Christian Church.

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PAGE THREE

; n. 1M' BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAM. 8TABR FLORIDA

CroMuy. Inoom- ,' Order in next four weekly .*..u... -.
Telegraph. hall. publish thisUrder estate ot Seaborn ofJanuary '' Witness my hand and official
We County the 4th day
campaign by collecting $3.72. In n.xl four weekly lnue liwiitent will A. I).oil apply to Ihu seal at Mtarko' Florida, (his November -
1944.
;are also taking up a collectioi!' Witness my hand and official : El. K. Perryman, Couit- 27th. 1943.OFFICIAL '
SCHOOL JOURNAL Real at Ktarke, Florida thus Nuv- Honorable In and fur aald County. ( 8BAL) A. J. Thonta.
Home Society
the Children's Judge
for ;
u.S. : ember 24h.. 104. I I ty hi office In the Courthoune Instarke. A" Clerk of unlit vJotirt
'of Florida to provide a lovely; A. J. THQMAa< at In said County at 10:00 T. Frank Landium.. Starke, Fla

,Christmas Day and dinner for the A. Clerk of said(OFFICIAL c'ourt. HRAt.) o'clock A. :M. or a* soon W thereafter hoard-, Ally, for Plf. 12-5 4t 1224IM ..
can
mailer
-- little ones. We hope to go over T Frank I..ntrum. Mark"' Florida. for authority a* the to sell, at public orprivate 'IIIC'IT: ('<>! IIT. 1111 U'POUUCOI''Ii'r1i"

I. the quota In ,this also. Atty. for NIL ll-2 -4tNO'I'K'H sale, the following deacrtb-I I Kf.UHID\l IV tlltX-
66 rTrrF Tr>r>rTT sr f-ffj-\ m m toW'we I-.IIV.. t,
I( -
sT.\FE Senior Biographies I I We have gvesji plans for the OK ,%1'Hl.lf\riOV ....on'HouI. 'I ed real estate In Maid County Theodore Rdw a r d Andrxejewvki,

EditorinChief&e! Susie Seesit I future of our4 clus. '* ItKKU .t lIatf'Vito( ) of Northwest Plaintiff. vii.. Clara Andrejewi. ,,
I '' Defendant. Ca". No. 2701.
; (1)
Wlmberly It. W. MOST LEY Ulll No. 181NOTtCH Quarter (:NWV4!< ) except. one
1 'Tufner, Reporter. IS HKnEUY: O1VKN. In Northwest Corner (NWor ORDER OF PUBLICATIONANI
Betty .
I acre
r Robert William Moseley wa '' AJt
NOTICE TO API'
Co-Editor that Clara Mae KulKht. the holderof I (" ) one hundred, forty t I4U |I

Virginia Sewell Here I am again and as usual born In Lawtey on July,20. 1926 lIHCI.IT COOHT. BUADfOMlrot the following.ertlfUate: has tax 1 I yard North and South. mid by thh.tyflv. Went. I STATE\ OF, FLORIDA whose residence'to.: ClaraAndraejewnkl I* ,
ceitlflcate for East
filed raid 42(1) yards
something has either happened ors and there be has stayed. For nine VTY'. 'IOlpU.'I IX gilt epos Krakow Cleveland Ohio.
Biographies deed to be Issued thereon. Thecertificate also I all Kant ( K!%> of Nnrlhwat: !
enlor Whitfield he went lo school in Law CKHY.Rill number and ofNuance You are required to appear on
about to happen. This lime years year
Roberta Jr. Plaintiff v* MarMachr.er Quarter
West of the i AI oleouhhwestfQu!, ar,..rMWV4) January 3rd, 1944 In the abovenamed
]j8en{ : Marjbtlh' Davis mid-term exams are it. I'm positively fey and since. that Is as high aa also) known a. Mary YlHlcWent. property, ,, and the the description name In which Itrnnch.( of Southwest Quarter Court and cause, wherein
CH No. 171.
two Darby Peek petrified. Seems to me that school goes ho came to ORDER. rfrndant.OF ruuuicATioN It was assessed are a* follow: (HWVi) 'all In Section Sixteen (I*) plaintiff seeks. divorce Bradford
: '
u--- 37(1( Year. of Is- South ItanaeTwenty County Telegraph ahull publlwh thin
Edgar Wilkinson that ,after all these years I'd be Starke.R. AND NOTlt'K TO APPEAR: niianre Certificate August No.4:, I.H.l.rlptlon ;.. Township 120)seven Kimti(7)Alan Northwest Order In next four weekly. liiaue
!: tot M"ry;
FLORIDA
STATE OF
officialiwal ,
Lola Blecha used to 'em but no I nearly pass W. Is a very peaceful sort of Machnor. also known a* Mary Hal*: of property Lot 6 of Quarter --'NW'4) of Northwest Wltnea mark my hand ''and thin November .
( Davis, wltor. .ld. In SSI W** Hlock I. DnwIlnirH Hub-Dlv.. tleo.Xt$!. Quarter (NWV,) Section twenty- at Florida
, Caldwell Jimmy out every time. person but two things that upSet Went. r Martin Iht,. at reetLoa Anolen, Calif ftaeaed. R. J. one Feat, ( SEAL) A. J. ThomasAe
Faxon Phyllis Say have you heard the latest him are conceited people am! nla. Name In which Ranee Twenty hundred I2O neventynlne Clerk of said. Court.

Kdverna[ Thornton joke on Freddie? Lat Thurs "hateful old teachers." He especially you ar. required to appear' on liowllngc.All of said property being In the containing", 41701 acrea one more or less T. Frank mdrum.. Stark: Fla

Martha Lee Martin. day night Billy ColKon/ ran around enjoys football baseball January 3rd, )*... In the .bovnamed County; of Bradford. State. of Florida. 'Commencing at I h. Southenp' Atty. for Plf, 1J.3 4t 12-24
Court and uaune, whereliplaintiff ,
-
of the Ded l.
frgaret Stringfellow and told her that he had heard swimming and. eating. His fav seeks divorce. Hradfor lrnless such certlfloatrs. ;hall b.r..d..m..d Church Corner (land SR Cor and) running V" I ".TATKMIIVr O*'" Till.- OiVMCH.Sllll' .

that the rings had come. So mite colors are blue and green County Telegraph nhall publlnhj thl according to.. law the three hundred aeventy /17 mAXA41hllMHXT. IIHOIL.A.I1IOX
Order In next four weekly In mi en.Wltnen property described In Hitih certificate I- yard, thence North one hundred ', 111. ('.. lll-.Hl lit Fl. Ill ..II.
next morning as soon as the post This'being his third and las' my hand and nfflola nr certificates will be sold' to forty M40 yards. ; thence. \"'<- ACTN! OK rMXUHHV* 4/F AI (H.M'r I

Editorial office opened there was Freddie year at B.H.S., he plans to enter seal at Starke.. .. this. D..e.m- the hl t bidder at the Courthouse three hundred aeventy 'IT' .... 181:1.: AXI M All CM M. tO.Uk
ber 2nd., 194J. door Monday In h\1'hl.1* Hiatlfurd 1el tipli.publlnlitd .
on the first thenre Irlntith nne t> County
yards,
What does It mean but no rings. She was ready to either the Navy or Coast Guard said cAn'r1.. Tllomu..CF month of January 1944 whli-h I* forty 140) verde to point of he.Innln. weekly. nt rttarko, *'iai..
aas the Joyous slay Billy and I can't say that I The senlar class wishes you the A* Clerk. of 'oCIAL 8HAL) the 3rd. day of January 144.1Dated ... In ntheaKt QuarttMH Ida fur October 1 134,1IITATW .
Does It mean this 23rd, lay of November ( Woutheaiif' QUArt..rl'IEI4) OF FLOItlU-. )
blame her. No wonder women best of luck R. W. & Knight. Star Ice, FloridAttys ) o ( I
the coming Lord'de always Knight 1943. ( Also aeventy <70> yard. or ) ."
of for IS-a 4t 13-1 1
on when never believe men Billy.That's Pit_ A. J. THOMAS. one (1) acre4e aoroinl the COUNTY OF BRADFORD
time of year I Clerk of Circuit Court of ETadford South (S> Hide f>f Northeast I It-fore me. a notary; public In and
Christmas trees a beautiful white coat 9th Grade NewsWe !v rmcriT cot.liT OF KIOIITI: County Florida. t op our and Lorene has been wearing Hey i ..I..ItI.U. tmiirr. IN A % II tOFFlCAioIN.1t8< .) eesfSt!' ]\U. Alao North Thre*. personally appeared B. I.,. Matthew.
elr beautiful lights< 'I.U IIIIAlIVOHIt COUNT:\ It artera. 'v **-4> o* ,Nnuheas* who. having ben duly sworn ac-
when you have,-the Daddy- received a letter from .....nl...."'. IX \NfKltY.. Quarter (aTC'4)' : of0l8.. II' hwextQuarter fording I to law,' deposes and ..uy...
it- toe Stopped In Friday night at the Franklin Young this week. He i li IN TUB AIATTKH: .OF: The Ado IX" C1IUTIT ('o"IIT' 11It"U"0"1J ($Wt ) mild North lhr i that h* In the owner of the Bradford:
of giving a present lion of THOMAS J EFFEHHON ALT- C 01 V'I'l, FLOHIIltl IX tlltXCrutr'l'e nunHer. (N D-4) rf 'Honthwtof* County: Telegraph and that the following -
love to show your dance in time to see PreachefPowell now going to'school In Flora: AIA2v '"* Ouarter (l\VI4) ,of '" nut II....-' Is I to the bent of hi* knowledge -
you directing folk dances. I City. Florida. Our home room Is ISOTICK R. Hal Plaintiff V*. Quarter ((8HH. All In Rerthneitte.n and belief, a true *tatinentof i
lion? TO: Albert. Altmnn who** realiltnr RIIabth Hale. Defendant. Case; 'U Township s-van '?' the ownershipmanagement. eta. ,
partear Everybody was having a hilarious planning a Christmas Party for I la Unknown father or Thomas Jetfemon 27111. South. Ranir twenty (pin F.Rlanln" ..* of the aforesaid publication for the
this la the prettiest good time. By the way boys.don't the last period In the morning on Altman a minor. ORDER OF PITRLICATIONAND NO'1 "'\ a..ven\y-lx (7 and means the most You are hereby notified that 01thl NOTICH TO AI'PKAK or le... required by the Act of August 84. i
feel the same way.h forget dancing class on Fri Thursday Dec. 23. The commit December. 8th. A. I). 1K43, Joinpl STATE OF. FLORIDA to!' Kllaa- a'1-1. an*.***1.I1.... will .he. ttnaed ,*... 1912, a* amended by the Act of
It, you day afternoon. You won't have tees appointed areas' follows:' H. I'oBt and Ruth E. Poet (former) beth Male, who. reildence I I. 10* nn' the petition for rate now,, on flln March 3. 1I'JS, embodied 1n nectlon
everyone on behalf of Ruth R. Altman) hi* wife. Elliaw> and KrvulatlonH,
Christmas any excuse now. Tree their worn petition. for the adop ,, v>nla: Dated Peremher It, 1A41. printed on the reverse oC this form
a very merry Sam and I went to a weiner Milton Norman tlon of Thorn Jefferson Altman You are required to appear. on I 1 tr>KM.: D. CRosny. to wit:
appy New Year.EDITOR roast around Freddie's Satur- Billy Miles a minor, and thl* I Is to comma:i January (rd., 1944. In the above, 11-3 St 1!-21 Ouardlan. 1. That the name and ddrmnax.
p at Henry A. Manassa\. Jr. you Albert Altman. to b* and appear named Court and Cause, wherein: .. \I of the. publisher, .editor managing
day night; "among those present"were In said Court and Cause plaintiff seeks divorce,.' Bradford API-LIBATION editor and business managers are: i
''Collette Anlce T. ProgramJilartha January 10th. 1844.;' and to ehovaune ; County Telegraph shall publish thl* NOi'ICH OF you Nam. of Publisher, N. L. Mathews -
SOPH FLASHES Betty Sargent. Lucille Alvarez why aald petition should not Order In next four weekly Invite TAX, ItMKIl4ttenal Poet office. addre.., ,8t.rk..,
James R. R. W. Buster. hand and official 11111 Nih 1t1:1): T
Bobby b. vranted Otherwise the alleira Witness my .
pology Is due Dorothyho all l\e heard Is the I Esther: English Bo Bo Crews. Lions of said petition will be taken aeal at Starke. Florida this Nov. NOTICE 1-4: HBRHnr tllVRN '-Fla.Name of Editor El. L. MattlieWH
Lately of TaxCuitlfloate
Is our parliamentarian I H* nf..d. by you. ember 0th., 19U.A. That Claude Row holder Poet office acldrean, Starke. 'Fid.
We are Creative writing class spouting Refreshments I.V WITNESS WHEKEOF1, I : J. TItOMAS : No. 101 Issued the<< 2nd t11otl Name of Managing Giltor, 1!:. I* !
Shakespeare. made
Dorothy. We drew Seat at Htarke, Hr dfon ( SEAL) same In my office and tine Mlarke, FL. j
y, that says Mary Jo. Maybe It's nice Lorene Mc-Klnney' Dorothy Lappe, County Florida, this December 8th. Barnett' Roth.'Camp Blandlnc. Flu.Atty. application for a lax deed to be I. That the owners. art E. L.
ut t week and agreed I- be but I have Emily Nlcewarner. A. D, 1943. for rif. I -18-ft (Matted thereon 111\11 certificate ..m.brlO..a Matthew' Btarke, Fla,
so Intellectual > tU
cents for the following d* d pay only 50 A.! J. THOMAR.' Clerk of Clrpiilrntirt. 3. That the known
We have my doubts. Decoration! Bradford County Florida. covnl''RRADF000 property In the County of'Hrad mortgagee .and other security;
oas present. I Bran OFFICIAL ) 12-10 4t 1J-3 IN: ruif TIT CIIAXl jrd" State of Floridatowltt holder owning or holding 1 percentor
Pauline ( 8KAt.
footsteps !
lit our class dues (aftertime Wanda has followed in the Mary Weldon rOI'XTY''' FI.OHIIHl Hdi{ at Lot 46 \Vuodlawn, 8eIB ... more of total amount nf bond,

at 20 cents per I 'of Virginia' Sewell and got- nen Margaret Reddish James ti nun'IT ('OrnT.' imi>roiii '' CKHY.;: Fereno. \ftenedek ) Francis .
a lean .
purse, more' or
rOI'XTY, FI.OIIIIIAl IN ClltXC None. ,
ten what Willie Thompson calls"Jap" Alvarez. Uenedek.. ) .
In order to make up for .KH Y. known a* Franrl tolaln-I I Th. assessment of the aaltl property 4. That the two paragraph, *'
glasses Just Ignore him Henry A. Manassa, Jr. Marrow Better 1"'IalntlfC. viliiiclln tiff, v*. Pupko Wlera, (Also Defend under. the .said certificate la' next above giving the names of I
idler. I like 'em. Phxter, Defendant. C'a.e a* Wiera Pupko. Uu'man Cane, No. 2774 Rued wa In the name. of F. A. the owner .atnrkholder. and .a- ij( I Iourlty
A.wpplie 'gals. ant. not '
L. No. ZS01.onnEit. Fisher, holder. If contain
.The one bright stop! "blue" Monday 10 C NEWS OF pirnLifATiov ORDER OF PUBLICATION I I Unless. said certificate. shall l>e only the lint of stockholders and
TO APPEALS
of all kind for morning was the news that The sophomore class elected of ANn NOTICR] ,:TO APPEAR STATE ANU NOT1CTJ OF FLORIDA to Ml** redeemed according to law will theproperty beaold .ecurlty holder a* they appear UPon -
LtirllDnxtrr dearrlbed<< therein the book. of the company hutaln.
The Bradford Countyh. Mrs. Evans is staying. Some of ricers at our first class meeting STATE, whose OF FLOHIOA residence to:l. Un Pupko Wlera, ("I..n! known Corner a*. Mm.Wlera of. to the highest hldtlwr: at th* In cases where the stock- '
Out ) P
are Pupko man I'ourthnu.* door on the first Moil holder nf security holder appear }
\the seniors sounded like Indians last Tuesday morning. They knowa. Zulueta Drairone, Havana Cuba.
y of January 1944, the bank of the HNtruHte
You are required to appear on on nay In the month upon cnmnnny
as follows: .January 10th, 1944, In the anov .. December.You are 18th.required, 1943.to In appear the above which I I. the Srd day nf January or In any other fiduciary.
President-Bob Turner named Court and cause. where : named. Court and iaue, wherein Dnted this 29_h day of November' relation the name of the pemnn
Ftrartfonroiinty or poratlon for whom such triiN- !
plaintiff seeka dlvorre. 1943
Oliver seek.. annulment of marriage -
'" Vlce-Presldent-Geol'ge Telegraph shall publlh thDrdrr 1 plaintiff County Telegraph. (flFFH'TATj RAI., ) A. .T. TKhnm toe I* acting I* given: also that ,
1 Bradford .
nA \ Secretary-Betty Jean Hlatt. In. next four weekly tuMiier hall .puhii"h this Order, In next rierk of Circuit e"lIr.t" of nradford itatementl the .ald two paragraphs affiant'. contain full ,I II
*
Wile..* my hand and offlcla 1044. embracing
"G Treasurer-Carolyn Ross 0.-1, four weekly issues.Witness 12-24 knowlndire and belief A. to the rlr Aumetances '.
A pal I at Starke. Florida thin my hand. and official County, Florida. 12- 4t I I
GUARD Turner f and condition underwhich ,
Betty 7th, 1041.'OFFU'IAL
Reporter- t'"r Mtarke. Florida, thin. Novmb..1' -
seal at
we SFSAT) A. J, ThomiiiA lx (inri'iT fni'HT, Jill AhiFoulli stockholders and securityelders
We are happy to announce Clerk of Bald F'nurt. 18Ih... 11148.A. J. THOMAS.Aa ('OI'V9'Y, 1I'1.0UI"'t ix 4'HANfMWV ,who du not appear upon i
y headed all other classes In raising M, K. PerrrmanStnrke.: Florida. the gooks nf tlio company a* tru*>
said.dW
row? funds for the tuberculosis tty. for Pit. .12.IO.t ..1131I" Clerk of 'OCourt.iAf.<< NEAV.) T W. Taylor Plaintiff v". SallleRu'h teen, hold stock and 6i curltl** In nnnpaclty
of
Case No. than that v
C. Hardeety Daytona Reach Fie Taylor D"f.nda'ltt Ids ne".tlh and this affiant tau nor

r"' on the warpath when they heard (.I1..r forii-r. RII.\IJFOnn' Atty. for Pit. I1.49.4tis 79SonnBit OF PITOMPATION aon to_ believe than any other.
IN 11.-' 1
Cnt..rv. Fi.ouifttCKIIY. .. .
FUNDS.
corporationaa
APPEARNTATM .r..on. a or I
'OIIYTYJI'llow I AND N0Tir01.TO)
OF TMM ( "I"I"1I0"r
.. the news.I THM! COI'ItT OF FLORIDA to: Sallle any li r..t or Indirect
do wish 'some one' would en- Mirv If. Coleman: Plaintiff, vDavlrl ; HHAIIFIt0. COl'\I'I":\ Ruth Taylor whose residence la In the said. stocks, bond, or otherecurltlea '

WHEN TRAVELING. lighten me about the art class. No. 27A4 A. Coleman, Defendant. Cam IX FI.OIIIIM.It 1C I HMate. of awtf/OILY' !: ''' 1'41 t laurel. St.,, Columhla, MouthCnrollna. than M.a.ti so MATTIIKWH.Hworn stated 1 t>v "him.. ./

.. books on OKDKR: OF PtTHI.ICATIOlf (CKOMnv...>..i<>i>....... 1 to',and ,iibniirlhd beforemo
Kids in there put tn on
The' API'HCATION FOIL You are rellulrMd| appear I
TO Al'PKAIlSTATB OF ;
NOTICE
ANn NOTICE day of I).crnihr-r 1943. '
this
look at them from tnt T, A VloJ TO MKLL. LAND Janunry. Ird, 1944 In the aboveI. let
the floor and OF FTOK1PA; '
Dav..I'I.A. nf
A. J Thomas, Clerk ,
.. all -med Court and muse \vh relnnimntlff I (SEAL) /
I.IIIR'h I I. hereby to i iItate ,
Notice given
[On i short or long business trip-when visiting different angles. Does anyone Coleman Cheater whoa. South Cart whom, It mav cntnern that Ardell I .<...k. dlvnrr llrndfortlCounty I'lriMilt Court; County of. Etradfoid,
Street
It
.
I .0.1. Florida.
I amps or bases-or on furlough-change your easily know when the next bus for Chat- Una D Crosby: a* Guardian of the Telegraph shall iiiiMlnh of Ii t
requln-d to appear or
You are
leavell'rI
[lost or stolen cash into safe American Express tahoochee January' 3rd. 1944. In the abovinninv'l
don't know what has hap- Court and ratine, whnrelrplaintiff .J

I Travelers Cheques before you leave. Spendable sened to these supposedly dignified nock. divorce shall publlnh Pr I dforf thli. ,
Telegraph
[everywhere. Prompt refund if lost or stolen. seniors. When Lola Blecha Order county In next four weekly t.ecea,.

school Monday WltneH my hand and ofMolaeal
Issued in denominations of $10 S2O, SSO and ame: limping to that she Rt 8tark., Florida this Novenvl .

I$$100. Cost'75 for $100. Minimum cost 404 for morning lad been she playing explained tag and fell (l>OFFICIAL n.n, 1943.SKAL) A. J. Theme.

[llO to $50. For sale at Banks Express Offices down IhV front steps. Now I believe A J.* S.Clerk HarrNon.of said J..ek..nvlll.Court. | FlaAtty / nt'4 f! t

what they say about a wend for Pit J[_ 12-S 41 12-2.

> childhood. IV .lIu..r COI'HT. IIHAIIfOIII .
AMERICAN EXPRESS'TRAV 'Bye now. See you at the dance fOIXTt.' rl.OIIII)Al' IX Cll.tX. "

onlght. Victor*Y.Moore, Plaintiff, va. '(feral.. I l'

LERS CHEQUES SUSIE dine Moore, Defendant. Cam No I
ovule
2188. pirmiCATiov The battle U ,
ORDER OF I'
ANT NOTICE TO APPEAR The bpmb-ihattercd village la deserted, lifeless
STATE OF FIXIIIIDA to: ( t>ral- y

CHRISTMAS SPECIALSCome ,dine Moor.., Maryland., Fullertown: Poet OfficeBaltimore. 01Deuember And- the silence that greets our invading mcn i iII ,
to appear
You are. 27th.required 1943. In. the tiovnamed < deathly. It's the kind of grim stillness many

Court ,j nil -cause." whereli Christmas Eve this r
plaintiff seeks. divorce. Bradford of them will know on .year.
Telegraph hall p..l>lI.h thl'rater .. '
i-ounty. In next four weekly .laeuelWltneea *. 'Not like the'warm., beautiful "Silent Night"we
hand and official
neat at HtarKe.my Florida this Nov.m- know. Not like the peace In bur homes the f I,

In Now And.Avoid The Last Minute Rush ber 24th., 143. J. THQMAB. night before Christmas. .

of <<
Clerk
A. saidOFFICAL: ;;: '
SEAL) have in our ,hear tm .
the some
FloridaAttorney But only way we can peace,
Tndnim. Starke,
'TILL CHRISTMASI T Frank
SPECIALS. FROM NOW I for. Plaintiff. 11-W-4I is to know that we're helping bring our men back; Actually I I
--.y.
I ix rinrt'iT rni'KIT.COI'NTY "nAUFlltn' helping by buying all the War Bonds we possibly can. And I
.
I FLOHIDAI IXDllv : ('11A9l'wI4 i
Y. by giving all the War Bonds.we possibly can.

Dupree. plaintiff T*. Charts.
OUt VERY BEST $20 COLD WAVE PERMANENT 'r*nlt* Duprea, Defendant Cane No For no other gift could mean so much this ;year, ; no I

.!1iL ORDER OF prnWCATION other gift could do so much good.
"THE HEATLESS MIRACLE" $15.00 ANI NOT1CB TO APPEAR .

: Prank STATE IMipreo.OF. Fr_wlinn oRIDA. reeldenc to: Charlei.l I. In War Bonds lies the spirit of Christmas.!

1434 St. Andrew. Street New Orlane .

LouUlana.
required. to appear 0"D8..mh.r.27th.
You" are
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PAGE POUR complimenting: Idisa Gene Edwards -
cordially
Given Luncheon Given Miss Gene Edwards on Thursday afternoon of Ihvlteet to" It
Reception Considerable
I SOCIETY and CLUBS Bride last week at. the home of Mrs been ImpT
Becomes made 'k 1
For Miss Wilson For Miss HarleyMrs. Thede In Lawtey. Arrangement. roof at the Tabe
,
-, ____----_-mooChristmas- -- - -- -- Of Mr. HighsmithThe of chrysanthemums anc has been raised
= -" yellow
-- and
: Jr., Detr
National W. B. Mundy,
Mtsfl Eleanor Wilson, elaidta
fern "brightened the living room and'comfortable
Junior Club VespersAt Women's Director of the Army Mrs. Guy H. Sale were hostesses Grace Methodist Episcopal and dining room, where the lea
of theUSOYMCA at a lovely luncheon: liven at the the scene There
was
Lawtey
Church CenterThere and Navy Department Church In entertained.Miss was a
Has MeetingThe was the honored I Guidon Grill Wednesday, Decem Sunday afternoon, December 12 guests were Sunday night, BaptlslIIaJ 8"",

Junior Woman's Club met will be a Christmas Vesper guest at a reception given In the ber 8, honoring Miss :Abbie Har of the marriage of Miss Gen Lois Ditty received a chine was used for the when first .
and ley, popular bride-eject,of Decem of Mr. and vase as reward for recognizing the
service at the Presbyterian USO Club, corner Temple Edwards, daughter improvements
8, at 'elghi
Wednesday nlght.Dec. most flowers in a floral romance -
the have
over bj church on Sunday afternoon, Dec, Washington Sts., Tuesday night 'ber. Mrs. W. H..Edwards of Lawtey, I made; the MJIIMlon l |
o'clock and was presided contest, and an am.Jelngreading del
the president, Miss Abbie Harley, 19, at five o'clock. The Episco- beginning at 8 o'clock. The luncheon table was made to Harry B. Highsmith, AMM 2-c, "Advice to the Bride"was .I been used whUe the h
pal-Presbyterian Center will join The Club's large lounge was attractive with a center arrange son of Mr. and Mrs. G.,C. High )'progress work"
The treasurer reported that ai by Mrs. E. E. Burney,,
y In this service and the public In' tastefully-decorated; In the Christmas ment of narcissi and miniature smith of Jacksonville. The Rev. given A. thrl.lmall:
.
offering had, been sent to Mrs.*'. cordially invited. \ motif and the tea table cen- white chrysanthemums,. whlcl!\. Herbert H. Hazzard, pastor of the of Jacksonville. I prepared by the ProgrlllQ II
Bloodwortn, chal r m a n of iiWoman's begiis bridal motif. Th< the ceremony. Little Gene Griffis, dressed at young folk
The program will with ter piece was of red carnations, carried out the church, performed Christmas Eve night
Club, for the purposeof honoree was presented a piece of and a sailor, appeared before the honor -
wedding dress to beueedby an organ prelude, followed by red candles and green fern. I. White chrysanthemums
buying English a girt who are' ir several! choir numbers. Mrs. J. W. Kincaid, president ,ber selected pattern ofchina* by; gladioli adorned the chancel' to'be guest filled with with a boat a varied that proved collection Lots Of Chicken

army service; also 'offering' to Solo "Away in a Manger", of the WSO. Mian Wilson Miss the hostess. which was banked with palms

help' with a scholarship for anurse' by Mary Louise Durshimer. Bobbie Hicks, and Mr. and Mrs. Attending, with Mrs. Mundy, and ferns, illuminated by whit of gifts. and Miss Joe Noegel uses 150
the receive Mrs. Sale, and Miss Harley, were: !In seven-branched candelabra. After the sailor boy chicken. fl
In
training course. Trio Mrs W. H. Thomson, Julius Thorn were tapers had unloaded the cargo,,, each week h, icy
Mrs. Evan ing line, and the guests were Mrs. A. Z. Adklns, Mrs O. L Edwards and would get
Davis more
Miss Jean ,
Plans were made for the Junior Jr., fruit salad course was served. If th"
Club' Christmas party and S. Lansing: "Lo, How a Rose 'ere greeted by Mrs. W. B. Sewell. Beasley Mrs. Jeannette Klncaid L, Prior to:>> the ceremony, Mt. a About forty guests attended be had he said\ last week

dance, which will be held Dec. Bloometh", "No Candle W a aThere" Mrs. Kincaid Introduced Miss Mrs. Myrtice Carpenter, Mrs. : David Moore of Jacksonville sang| this,enjoyable event. buys 150 on Thursday, IDd
fars. Mrs
29. Invitations will be Issued. and "Still Grows the Wilson, who described what the A. Canova. Fred Guy, "I Love You Truly" and "Be are all gone by SUnday
t
in the N. D. Wainwright, Jr., MrsCharles Mrs. Ethel Biggs, organ Joe explained
Evening", with Mrs. Ellery M. USO means to the boys' cause" that fact Dist
.
After business there wag a program
Mr"'Wm. Thompson
: MissionaryTo
of Christmas music, the Davis accompanist. armed service-a home away Darby, let, offered a program"of nuptla Nigerian that when his cafe ,
Allen. Flute The complimented and Mrs. Vernor sncox.W music and the traditional wed was b
solo Recitation -- Joy from home., speaker Preach Here
first number being a piano country, he used
Sewell. Several solo Mary Alice Yarbrough; the people of this com- ding marches were, used. only 150 ,c
Virginia
Miss
by ens a week
trios were sung by Miss Jean Hymns by the choir. munity for the, work that they oodmanCircle, The bride entered with h e r The Rev. Leslie E. Tullar, who and now that

Davis, Mrs. Evan E. Lansing and 'Cello solo: Miss Fay Yar- are carrying on in cooperation' Elects father, by whom she was given li with his wife and two of his chil- in town and the demand,r

Mrs. W. H. Thompson, Jr., ac- brough. Quartett\ :. Miss J'ean with the USO. OfficersStarke marriage. She wore a gown of: dren returned recently by clipper er, he la still allowed OIIly],

compan ted by Mrs. Ellery M, Davis.! MJeia,Louise stern Mrs Miss Hicks, new Woman's Pro- Grove ,NO 278. Supreme white lace over white satin; faah plane from Africa, will speak at same allotment, though tw
Davis., Mrs. Lansing also favoredthe W, H. ThOJIa'WJr.. and Mrs. E. gram Director for Starke, and Forest Woodmen' Circle, held Its loned with a basque bodice of the Gospel Tabernacle this Saturday quently'' goes from

company with a violin solo. E. Lansing, --:1 ;j1 Joseph Dearest" Miss Taylor, of the Jacksonville regular meeting Tuesday night,, white velvet. Her veil of white night Sunday morning, and Thursday without Monde
The club presented to'Miss Ab- and "Child Divine". USO were introduced to 'the Dec. 14.Promptly. > illusion fell from a cornet of: Sunday night. any chlckp

bie Harley two pieces of china Trio: "Virgin's Lullaby" and guests. at 8 o'clock Guardian orange blossoms and she carried Mr. Tullar la a friend of Mr. JUST ARRIVED-

matching her selected pattern.The Menu Redempter", by Miss Jean Mrs, L. A. 'Davis and Mrs. 'J. Mae Green called the meeting to a cascade bouquet of bridal and and Mrs Wilbur Scott, and Is a 8-gored Lady Love: Fun/,

refreshment committee was Davis, Mrs. W* H, Thomson, ,jr., W. Healey poured tea and I order and a short business session tube roses.! challenging speaker with many forget, they'll !sell slips||

composed of Miss Frances Peek, and Mrs. Lansing. fee and the following assisted cOf-1 was held. Two new memberswere Miss Lou Edwards, maid of honor interesting experiences. He represents I.EILA'S DRESS out

chairman Miss Carolyn Keen and Solo Cpl. Kessler serving: Mrs. L. D. VIning, voted on, and plans werediscussed wore a gown of pink lace and the Nigeria Faith Mission, SHOP
Mrs C. A, Darby., Delicious cake I The choir will sing "The Christmas Bertha Pearce, Mrs. J; E. Wilson for a joint installation she carried a nosegay of pink and will be accompanied here by AT FIRST31GNOFA
and coffee were served. Song", "Good King Wence- Mrs. Edward Burns and Mrs. S. with the Wj O. W. on January 11. roses. Bridesmaids were Miss his son, Allen who is a talented ,I
las", "God Rest You Merry Gent- L. Johnson. Members of the USO The charter was draped in Betty Moore, who wote a' blue student of Wheaton College
WSCS To Meet lemen" and "Joy to the World." who served were: Misses Pas memory of Mrs. Ella Rimes taffeta gown; Miss Caroline The message will be lllustiated 0'"

Keen, Wanda P ear ce, Lorene Strickland, past state presidentand Moore, whose gown was of rose by pictures from the field,and c.:
W. S. C. S. Circles of the Methodist Christmas DanceThe Moncrief, Melba and Margaret mother of the Starke Grove. taffeta; and Miss Ern e a tine Allen will sing. This la an op- 66

church will meet: Monday Strlogfellow.Arangements. Officers for the coming year Moore, who wore gold taffeta. portunity for Inspirational Infor- USE
afternoon, at 3:30: o'clock In the Junior Women's Club will for the receptionwere were elected as follows: Each carried a nosegay In matchIng mation direct, and the "public, Is 666 TABLETS.JALVE.KB5I D
church. Program and business have its annual Christmas dance under the direction of Mrs color.
has charge on' Wednesday, Dec. 29. The O. L. Beasley, chairman of the Guardian-Mrs.. Mae Green. be.t
meeting; circle two Mr. Highsmith had as his HAVE YOUR GIFTS WRAPPED, INSURED
the public and Past Guardian-Mrs.. Frances
Is committee
event open to WSO social
of the program. man, John Thornton, and ushers AND MAILED
will be held at the Women's Club At noon a luncheon was givenfor Louis Lee Walnwrlght, U. .
USE OUR LAY-AWAY plan I building across .from' the postofflce Miss Wilson at the Guidon AdvisorMrs.4Eke1'Rttymond.Chaplaln.Mi& : S.were N., Bruce Boyer and Doyle BY EXPERT WRAPPERS:
.. Dress : ,' beginning at 9 o'clock P. M. Grill by the officers and .board "
for X.... LEILA'S Shop. :ergie Barkslale. Boyer, U. S. N. WE FURNISH EVERYTHING
of directors. of the
?Mrs. Edwards mother
AIRS. BESSIE DAVIS Acrons From Park Ttmtre
Attendant=-MravLlberty Moore. bride, wore powder blue crepe
Anyone Having Watches or Clocks David Eugene Wiggins Assistant Attendant; -Mrs. Farris and her corsage was of Talisman
'
roses. The mother of the bride-
Left Over 60 Days Mr. and Mrs., OrieA. Wiggins 'Conway.
Mrs. Highsmith, wore
groom MORE PULPWOOD
Please Call announce the birth of a son, Musician-Mrs.'Maude Andrews cadet blue crepe and her corsage WE CAN USE
David Eugene, on Saturday, Dec. Junior Councilor-Mrs. Ethel
A was also of Talisman roses. WRITE TIMBER DEPARTMENT
.... ... Chambers.
11, In St. Vincent's Hospital
Outer Sentinel-Mrs. Annie L. Following the ceremony, a reception CONTAINER CORPORATION OF AMERICA
Jacksonville. for the Immediate families -
COURTMANCH
J. H. .r Hutchins. close friends and out-of-town FERNANDINA. FLA.
BUY KARLVt Arriving dally, Inner Sentinel-Mrs. Emily
Jeweler guests was held at the home of
beautiful gifts. of lingerie, linen Denmark. the bride's grandparents, Mr. and
handkerchiefs, cosmetics and numerous Banker-Mrs. Lois Mayes.
Mrs J. H. Moore.MI' CHURCH OF CHRIST
other suggestions.' LKILA'S Auditor-Mrs, Leila Newsome.
and Mrs. Highsmith left
SEA FOODS CHICKEN DINNERS DRESS SHOP. Reporter-Mlas,Amy Moore. -
for a wedding trip to New York Aubrey Mercer, Minister

I STEAKS CHOPS -.-.-,-.- ----.- .... --.-.-.- .. City; after which they will return I

HOME-MADE CHILI to the Naval Base at Quon- SUNDAY: 10:00 A. M.-Bible Study
DELICIOU
aett, R. I., where Mr. Highsmith

Carolyn Callstreet : ,, !J lII! stationed. 11:00 A. M.-True. Worship, (No. 6).
TEMPTING. TASTY, SANDWICHES For traveling, the bride wore arose
DELICIOUS nOME MADE PIESr ensemble with accessories of 7:30 P. M.ExcusesTUESDAY

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PrayerMeetingEvery
: & - aeen'lateely I :. 7:30 P. ;
Dear Santa Clauss the cleverest I've .
-- A & A LUNCHEONETTE Wanna know what I'd really Understand that Helen (Dowllng) Miss Harley Visitor A Welcome Guest
Lee always wanted to go to Paris,
like for Christmas t : Nothingmore ComplimentedAt
24-Hour ServiceIn and now she's ,t h e r e!-Paris,

Park 'Theatre Bldg. Starke, Florida or leas than a big reunion Texas (207 Clarksvllle St.) Dinner PartyMrs.
of all those ole CaJIstreeters wo Xmas card from T., K. and Wilma '

used to see around and who are McClane, who seem to get farther C. A. Knight entertJt.ined Give Skin a "PETAL-FINISH"....
your .
now scattered to the four corners and farther away from Call St. at a dinner party honoring Miss:

of the earth Including Georgia I'' > This time their address is Abbie Harley bride-elect, on Friday with the AMAZING NEW

Nqt aaklcg for much, am I? I Star Route, Morris Box, Cayucoa evening of last week, at her. :
ATTENTION FARMERSA But wouldn't It be wonderful (you pronounce ,It) California. home-on W. Call St.
if into the Junior Woman's Club I The house was decorated with TAN GEEg
Christmas 'dance Dec. ,29 should If you don't believe Starke is red roses, poinsettias and greenery -

come walking all the aid gang we still a small town At heart, Jus' ; and the dinner, table was >
Representative Of This Association Will BeAt used to play around with in pre- I listen to this! Some. that Lonzl centered by a silver cornucopia

The Courthouse Each Friday Afternoon, Pearl Harbor days? All I Alvarez (chief;:of.)1'01le.an.1.BIlJ) l filled with Autumn fruits and

December Through: February, From 1:30 to right All right I'll stop] I Agin (chief patron of the "mourn- cranberries., A'delicious course
2:30. Visit Our Representative Or Our Off ice ?, vl'm probably breaking YOUR ,ers bench" at, Can ,and'' Walnut) dinner was served, after which .Rags POW O R
well But, got fed up 'W" t iInconsiderate bridge was played. Mrs. Ethel M b
own
And .Learn More About A' Farm Cooperative. heart aa as my NEW "'ErAL.SH"....taya and stays and
t I repeat Wouldn't It be wun- .loafers sitting on the back'of the Biggs made high score and was 1. .
ttayi.O. ....
nerfull bench and using the proper> seat given a prize.As .
LOANS ,for a fOOtrest, thereby dirtyingIt a memento of the occasion; .NEW",Er AL.',,.,,SH"...tralpt hide MemUiM
CROP AND. LIVESTOCK Bright spot on the Christmas up with their shoes Consequently Mrs. Knight gave her guests a -glvei your akin rose-petal smoothness eoe

r horizon: Jane Watson's pretty little T u e aday afternoon, tiny silver bell attached to a red O.NCW",ErAL.HNISH"...won't itreak or coke.A. .
Four And One-Half (4 1.2) Percent tree, blinking out from an up- 'under the supervision of the "Big ribbon, which was to be worn P
'Chief" around the wrist To the honor
took
Chief his
tafrs window at the'Ferryman Agin out
.NEW"HTMflHISH",,.comet In the& bait
Interest home '. The unique centerpiece :drawing knife and, whittled the guest Miss Harley, the hostess shades for all complexions-blond**, bru.
(created by Clara Mae Knight) at I top edge of the back rest so' gave a piece of crystal matching lien.,redheads.KOCH'S.
the USO reception Tuesday night I,sharp that no loafter.would dare her selected pattern.

Credit Association' Louise! Snyder greeting customers deposit himself thereon When 50 zed shoo T x
Gainesville Production ,at Leila and admittingthat I''it comes to seats. Agin and Alvarez 'I Mrs. Arthur Holliday. Mrs. Joe

..' FLORIDA Wednesday (drizzling rain I believe in having a place 'I Scanlan and Mrs. J. R. Wain.
GAINESVILLE, and cold) waa a typically California -I!for everything, and everything' In wright were.hostesses at a bridge DRUG' STORE

R. T. Stroud, Secretary-Treasurer wintertime day Spot- : Its place! :party honoring Miss Abbie Har- fla.
ted an' Jotted: Sgt. Eaton Jordan I, -.,.. i ley. on Thursday evening of' last Court & Call Sts. Starke, I
home on an 8-day furlough from r Seems the" other day Bunny ,week, at the home of Dr. and

Fort Lewis, Wash, and diminutive Thornton was doing her dally i Mrs. O. L. Haynes. .,

Grace Kennedy thrilled beyond ., stint at,the Souther: ... Bell !witch- The living' room was decorated
words over that dainty board'and happened 10"glance' with a profusion of g r e enery,, l'

sparkler he placed 'on her finger the call her,.nextli.door. neighborwas gladioli and fragrant white narcissi. -

TAKE NOTICEWe t No date disclosed as yet, trying to put<>through ?' For the bridge game there Have YoursTaken
however Noting that It: wan to Richmond, were bridal talleys, and after the
I',I Va., by a Lt. Parkerson Bunny game it was found that Mrs. Guy 0

Dropped In at the 'weekly high exclaimed, "Why that's my teach Sale had made high and she was Now
wish to announce that our school USO-YWCA frolic Friday er's husband! before she realized given a bottle of perfume. To

night In time to get "some new that the key was. open and he I Miss Harley, the bride-elect, the SPECIAIIOFFEROy
store will remain open all day pointers on the ancient art of I could hear what she said hostesses presented two pieces of -

folk dancing Among the I Nancy says that Bill was quite crystal matching her pattern.
Thursday until further notice. breathless participants were Bess: chagrined to learn that, he Is The hostesses served tempting T II PHOTOS 3LOVELY

Burns Foster Shl Smith and Fred' known locally merely as HER refreshments of hot tea, congealed -

We find that our past practiceof Yerkes To say they were husband And speaking of salad, Rita crackers and pota make the o 8x10

having the time of their lives I teachers Popular Alice Evans to-chips. 8x10PHOTOGRAPHS
closing Thursday: afternoonhas would be putting It mildly ,. should be highly complimented Guests were: Miss Harley honor BESTGIFTS
Bess vows she was so sore Sat- the dither her atudents,were sent guest Miss Madge Middleton,,
inconvenienceto urday :Morningahe could hardly Into over the false.alarm, that she Miss Lucille Mitchell Mrs. C. A !
,been a great leave Starke because Darby Mrs. W. H. Thomson, Jr.,
move! Julius Thorn has requested was having to ,
Therefore yours truly to report that of husband-transfer. .I Miss Lillian Ster n bel'g. Mrs. $5.00
our customers. we the bright and shining light he Didn't materialize, however;, so Ralph Cox, Mrs. Guy Sale..Mrs.

carries around on the tip of his everybody's happy after.. all I W. C. Powell. Miss Delia Rosen
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call to attention that ...!:. .'" Mrs. Fred .
again your nose these days Is not the result .J. berg Guy. Miss Clara THER' SUGGESTIONS -
'+f holiday cheer, but of a recent .!side to John''lli)cJw'ln, bill I, Mae Harley. Miss Grace Phelps -!> AS GIFT

our store will remain open all Infection Can't help wonder.. Plummet;'; Lester' Robinson 'and Mrs. J. W. Brownlee, Mrs. Ethel Stationery -
ing who could have given Sara Bill Silcox: Thinks"for the Xmas Biggs, Mrs. D. A. Monteith Mrs Monogrammed

day-except the noon hour-six Barefoot such a lovely orchid to cards It's nice' to know that i Glen Wood Misses Frances Op- -
Jewelry
wear during the recent Home- Aunt Carolyn la Still remembered 'perman and Irene Matthews Bibles -

days a week.BRADFORD coming festivities In spite of all the competition I -
Sets
From those pin-up girls I hear so Lawtey Hostesses T- Bill Folds Vanity

Add Nice Young Couples You much about As for me, I'm
Honor Miss
Should Know: Lt. (Steno) and laying claim to being the original I EdwardsAt ,, f:

HARDWARE CO. Micky Verrazzanl. who occupythe tack-up girl By the time I Shower
A. J. Thomas home on N.Walnut gain a few more pounds, they'll PHOTO SHOP
4 In" 1 dentally, the announcements lave to tack me up to make me t Mrs. R. R. Thede, Mrs. J. R. BRADFORD

J. B. CARLISLE, Owner they lent out. her stay!.,. So long See you Shuford Miss Emma Blanchardand
alding the arrival of their dotter In the next r v. I Mrs. Hal Edwards were hostesses -i NEXT DOOR TO ,WESTERN.UNIOS'

Pamela, on Nov.. 27 were quite Carolyn. at a miscellaneous 'shower,

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DECE1n..r. 17, 1943 PAGE WVttKfrs
lY, BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STARKE. FLORIDA !

LOCAL Mrtr. E. W. Hayes returned i" Mlsa Nina Bishop U expected to I and Mrs. H. A. Bishop. Miss ,I
of NEWS Monday from a week's visit with Free Find Trees Welfare PaymentsA arrive here today to spend the{j Bishop Is a student in Wesleyan

her son, Wm. Enoa Hayes at Still AvailableTo total of 336 recipients of I holiday* with her parent, Mr. Female College,, Macon, Ga

Gayle Sewell Idalouand Miss Clarice Thomas who is Camp Enos Is Lejeune in New River, N. C. Growers Here public assistance In Bradford I i C
*' a demolition schoolthe.e. received $5,424 In cash
I who attending the Florida County
Marjorie Orlder. State College EVERY BRANCH OFuiurauce t !
the VToman-s Col.Tallahassee for Women at Tallahassee Twenty-one Bradford County grants during September. The
&, at arrived here arrived yesterday to spend the Col. and Mrs D. E. Knight had land owners have planted more total sum was divided as follows:
as a recent guest their than $4,468 to 293 reclpents of old age
>end the ChristoUdoyS holidays with her parents Mr. I nephew 2S2,000"plne seedlings since
sdBY to n Dr. Charles Larsen, Jr.,. of Cleveland assistance; $223 to 12: recipientsof
with their respec- and Mrs. A. J. Thomas. Miss Eva organized forestry work was begun -
Fay Gainey, who !Is also a studentat Ohio. Dr. Larsen boa for In Florida, about 17 years aid to the blind; and $733 to jr J JH.
ta. the past 29 families children) receiving +*
two (53
Alice Yar- F. S. C. W.. returned yesterday years been assistant ago. reports Extension Forester
Fay and attending school to her home In Brooker and surgeon at St. Luke's Hospital, J. W. Slmms.Slmzns aid to dependent children.

whO are arrived here will spend the, holidays with her Cleveland. He was enroute to stated that ,.. 'mllJlon
,treat, jr. C., with patents. Lakeland! to visit his parents, trees had been planted throughout Farm Implement n
10 spend the holidays City :Manager and Mrs. Charles the State the ISyearn. c. LAgency -.
grandmother, Mrs. R. S. USE OUR LAYAWAYpla Larsen and expects to receivehis during past Quotas Fixed ;,
Two and half million
Ld and aunt, Mra. E. B.K for Xmai LEIL-t'S Dress Shop. commission a
in the
Navy withIn
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trees available this
are season at
have been set '
Mr J. R. Wainwright and a few days. County Quotas '
Cottrell Mrs. C. A. the Olustee nursery of the FloridaFOl' for the year beginning December 'i
Darby were In Galnea-
D obrother Mrs Harriet M. We at and Park .
tburg, of Service. Flori.da'
I of her vllles 1, 1943 on certain farm Implements
on a business
Tues-
guest trip
I. and Mr. Des Moines, Iowa arrived In planting season begins December for which purchase certificates -
Mr.
Md lBter. day.T.. N. Kendrick Staike Tuesday for an extended 1 and ends about February I are to be issued to applicants -, Constant Service, Over 50 Years
,
g \\r6ll.BRnKOs recently served visit! with her daughter, Mm. UH. 1..
,\ Full Une of for several days on the Federal by the .County Farm Machinery I I
r Jennings. On her
her Whiles
Don" way : trees may be had at Committee. !
sllptl. grand in
Love Jury Jacksonville.Mrs. .
a'iy she stopped at Sterling, 111., Please PhoneCLASSIFIED 1./6
for
.the"U ell out ,.fasH Louts Bergen, of Miami a brief visit with Dr. and Mrs, $235/ per thousand prepaid, Quotas for this county have
L'DKKSS; SHOP.I Beach, 1* here with her husband, R. A. Jennings the Simms announced that In Brad- been set as follows-

I Jewell Powell and brother who is the owner of the United Dr. (Lt) L. H.,Jennings parents, and at of: ford County landowners Future Five mowers, 5 two row plant- (!
3 aide rakes, 1
ters
delivery
powell, who are students Army Store on Call Street. She Louisville Farmers and 4-H Club members ADS
Ky., to see her sonPvfr. .
Lakeland j will grain drill,. 1 a tat I o nary hay
remain here
College
them until after the L,. C. Westburg. may secure free trees again this
of" baler, 8 tractors, 1 pickup hay
to spend the first the
1 Wednesday year. BUY EARLY! Arriving dally, season through the generosity of baler. FOR SALE-One work mule ; !
WANTED good
with their parents, the Mrs. Warren O'Rourke, formerly the Container Corporation oi 1
tod rt Mrs G. C. Powell. of Hlghtstown, N. J., is the beautiful "gifts| of lingerie linen America with a pulp mill at Other Items for which no county Llntlngs. on apartments, houses. 01 and Dddge car with four good "
of Auburn handkrrchlrN, cosmetics and numerous 'J quotas have been established I homes for rent, located within 20 tires-.Eddie Norman. Steven's \
B. A. Pope, new secretary In the office of Fernandina. For the third ,
Upending the holidays here the Bradford Engineering Co. Her other suggestions' LEILA*/!! ] this mill has:placed an order year fur but which require purchase certificates miles ttt Stark Pecan Grove, Rt. 2, Box 138,
DRESS SHOP. are: O A r den tractors, 119 Eat Can'' AtroetW. Starke Fla, 12-1O--2tp '
Judge and Mrs. husband Pvt. O'Rourke ''
er parents, Is sta.tloned a million trees to be distributed
Adkln I at Camp BlandingMrs. Mrs. S. D Phillips and children free In 23 counties In north,' cen- I milking machines feed grinders, I .'-T. CLUTE,, Realtor WANTED TO BUT Several bags I' |"

1 Johnson proprietor of the E. L. Matthews and Infandaughter have returned to Tallahassee tral and northeast Florida. Individual water systems, power pumps, OR SELL chicken fertilizer. Mrs. E.. S. I d
after a week's visit here with windmills., Irrigation pumps, farm tIF YOU WOULD II
spent Monday andy Anne, returned to their ,
Tavern, may secure 600 to 9,000 Matthews, 327 N. Walnut St. It \
Mrs. Phillips' scales, farm engines and pressure milk cows, stock cows, beef cat-
attending to business In home here Sunday from Riverside parents Mr. and trees ,for reforestation purposes I
Mrs. P. M. Barefoot. cookers. tle, stock bulls or' hogs, get In PERMANENT
I Hospital Jacksonville. WAVE; B9ct Do
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vole upon request as long as the supply
Farmers who need of thesetenw touch with J. D. Odom. Jr.,
Pvt. W. L. Thlgpen of Camp lasts. Slmms pointed out thatIt any your own Permanent with
Pendleton Va., la spending ten is also possible for farmers to I should apply at the County Box 247 Stark; Box 204 Lake Charm-Kurl Kit. Com .1.I t e

We Are Exclusive Agents ForH'A.LLMARK' day furlough with his parents, earn $4.50 per acre under the., Agent's office. v City; Telephone 481 Lake City equipment. Including 40 curlers .
Mr. and MI" W. L.. Thlgpen.. Hand AAA for planting trees. If planted Auction market every Tuesday; and shampoo. Easy to do absolutely I
Mrs. Thlgpen spent Monday 6SO or more per acre, this calls Mrs. H. D. Wasdin Lake City 2:30: ; every Thursday harmless Praised .by .

in Gainesville. for the trees to be set on an 8-foo Rites Palatka 2PM. l4 thousands Including Fay Mc- I
TuesdayMrs.
Mrs H. B. McLendon and by 8-foot basis.Application NEW HAMPSHIRE RED Chicks. Kenale, glamorous movie star ', ,.

"'aughter, Jeannette, will arrive for trees should be .. H. D. Wasdin, about 80 Hatch every Friday; attested Money refunded If not satisfied \

GREETING CARDSSEE from Orlando today to spend the made through ,"-he district officeof years of age, died at her home and approved. Wasdin Poultry: KOCI1 DRUG STORK \

holidays with Mra. McLendon' the Florida Forest and Park near Graham Sunday at 8:15: P.M. Farms, 3 miles north of Waldo FOR /HALE ,

THE BEAUTIFUL SELECTION parents Mi; and Mrs B. S. :;Mat Service, Lake City, or through the She was born In Patterson Ga, 11.12 8tp 12.31 Would you like to own a new' I

thews. local county agricultural agent. but spent moat of her life in 3-bedroom FHA house with a I 1\\
OF CHRISTMAS GREETING Mrs. P, M. Barefoot, Mrs. L. J. Bradford County.In FOR SALE :-Complete grocery down payment of less than $9SO I ,
CARDS NOW ON DISPLAY Green and Mrs. H. husband she stock and market fixtures '
.- H. Adams ArmyAsks: Help addition to her and monthly payments of, Jess
spent Wednesday afternoon In Is survived by two daughters, Apply Bradford County Tele
than 9301. I* so, see
,
Gainesville. In Finding Plane Mrs. Chcsley Fogg and Mrs. C. graph. ItWANTEDCouple W. T. CLUTE, REALTOR jl

VICTORYMilitary: : Now L'AIGLON spring dr_.. Almost four months ago-Au. 3. Roberts, both of Graham; six: permanent 119 East Call Street, Starke ,
Tommie Wasdin. of Waldo, .
Shop early for the prettiest cottons 19 silver-colored Sons residents, want nice furnishedor U '
gust -a Army t,
and rajon. LEILA'S Drew Math Wasdin and Riley Wasdin,
airplane, piloted by Colonel Doug- both of Graham, Robbie Wasdin, unfurnished apartment or SPENCER SUPPORTS individually -
las house. Phone 103: It
shop.W. Netherwood departed from of New Mexico Alvin See Mrs
Supplies L. Demmlng, designed.
Thlgpen has been confined
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Orlando,for a flight to the North Wasdin of Patterson Ga. and Bertha Pearce. 12-3 12-24 "
to his home for several days under adverse STRAY COW at J. W. Prevatt's 4tp
with very weather con- Le Roy Wasdin, of Wildwood; place on Brooker road, dark
a severe attack of Influenza
ditions. No trace of either the one brother, Tom GUI of Patterson butt-headed wt. FOR RENT-one 3-room and one
129 W. CALL STREET cream Jersey, ,
,
Miss Abbie Harley left Saturday airplane or pilot has ever' been .
4-room fur'nished.
I Ga., 20 grandchildren, one 700 Ibs. no marks. Owner' may apartment, newly I
I for Indianapolis, Ind., where around In spite of an unusualll; : of whom Is Mrs. Linnie Fogg have by proving ownership and See E.' B. Andrews at ".
,
her marriage to Sgt. William Lee I exhaustive search conducted* from McCulley, proprietor of the paying for keep. 12.3 4tp Ralford between 4 and 8 P. ),,1..
Caggett: will take place tonight In the air and on the ground by Starke Beauty Shoppe; and 10 or phone 1830 Lake Butler. I
Also he First Methodist Church. both Army and Navy' agencies.Due great'grandchildren. FOR SALE- -Two 5-room housesin 12-17-2tp

FULL LINE OF CHRISTMASGIFTS to the fact that hunters Funeral services were held In Lawtey, hot and cold water
SUNNY BROOK FARMBy and cattlemen cover areas other- the Rock Primitive Baptist l $",000. Terms If desired-L. H. LOST-BUI fold, containing $6 or jl

FOR ALL MEMBERS OF I Mrs Arsula CrawfordMr. wise avoided It,, Is believed that Church near Graham, at 2 P. M. Hill. Lawtey, Fla. UpLOS'rMan's $8, picture o f my children l

THE FAMILY AND SERVICEM there la still a possibility lo- Tuesday, and Interment was In social security card, driver's li.
and Mrs. Robert Ward of I Waltham wristwatch
the If found please return.
cating wreck of this plane. the Old Mount Sinai Cemetery, Gene
"COME IN AND CONVINCE 'acksonville were week-end guestsof A liberal reward Is offered for the Wilson Funeral Home, of Initialled W\8.K.. gold Roy D. Hunter, Rt. 2, Box 305,
Mr. Ward's Mr. and expansion strap broken In mid
YOURSELF J parents Information leading to the loca Lake City, being in charge of. Starke. KP
Mrs. W. C Ward. die. Lost In Camp Diner or -- -- -
tlon and Identification of the arrangements.New .
Mr. and Mrs. Mills Kelly and wreckage. It is that between there and railroad. Re- FOR SALE-Lots suitable for
Mr. 'Cook of Lake Butler were requested L'AIGLON spring draNN..N. ward for return to Bradford business or residences, fronting
anyone discovering
wreckage of
visiting Mr. Kelly's brother-in- this nature, either within Shop early for the prettied cot.tens County Telegraph. 12-17-2tp on new Camp Standing high!
or without
NAT SEZ: low and sinter, Mr. and )'Ib'.. C the areas mentioned above-, .> and rayon LEILA'S Dress FOR SALE:--Home-made tractor, way. Acreage and lots 1 block
C. Crosby Sunday. Shop. reconditioned model-A motor, 2 from there. Also Torque Clock
'Twin the eight before Christmas communicate as soon as possible sets of heavy disc. Will sell for stolen..
houses or
Mis. Minnie Brown and chllclien with for poultry
1. H. Kramer Lake WalesFla.
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And all thru the store .
The customers' clamored George SamBel, Juanita and .. giving name and address ot Ts. Axis taps ml ..nVsfDom't I Route cash at 2, Box once.185 D.O.Starke.Kelly Itp, Write owner, Box 306, Starke.I*.

And banged on the door. Pete and Lucille Ward have returned person reporting, as well as a $t,f ft 10%. I Fla. 4
with : to their home here from good description of the wreckage WANTED-Small house with 1 100 '
It The windows were trimmed FOR SALE-2 lots, CO x
? expert care Orlando. They were there be- discovered (Including any Identification to 3 acres close In to Brooker, each, corner Washington and
But the tihrltes and tile counters cause of the death of Mis. numbers or other Informa- Buy More Starke or Waldo. Writ Mrs Weller Streets. W O. Halle. 2t
/' Mere practically bare. 3rown's daughter Mis. Dewey tion), and the exact location. V. J. Bazar 6610 N. E. 4th i

e Shirts and pajamas had fast dls- Powers. Verification will be made by roc '...-.,... fate War Bonds Court Miami, 38, Fla. Phone WANTED-Small vacant room ;
appeared Mrs. Essie Crosby and children.' Army Air Forces authorities. 7-6593 for storage. Box 431-H. HP1

And the table l of sweater was Sherman and Beverly Jo, Mrs. L ,"
Just about cleared. Betty KIrby, Mrs. Arsula Crawford County Agent
the short and garter Mrs. Doris Green and Elmer
Gone were Gets
Office
elastic Cason were visiting friends and ,Help

kicked and were relatives in Lake Butler Sunday The STAG 1
The customers sarcastic afternoon.Mr. County ,Agent L.. T. Dyer Jelated' 1
plainly over the'fact that he once
Who was to blame for this I sorry and Mrs. Frank Normanof again has permanent office assist.

plight Water Oak and Rev. Chapinof ants. He appreciates the help of ,I
Nothing to sell on this biggest Belleview were dinner guestsof the "army wives" when be could 137 W. CALL ST. '
night Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Crosby not secure more permanent em-

Sunday. ployes; but Is' glad to have twonative"
.' "Blame It on Hitler." Pvt. Edwin Brown left for his women who will likely

Camp In Mexico Monday. He has remain for '
a long time.
'-'-'- '- been visiting his mother, Mrs Mrs. J. C. Sapp has been with GIVE I JEWELRY -

Get Minnie Brown. him for several month, and Mra. r4CHRISTMAS
Ready W. R. Halslop and son Fred William 'E. Dowllng began work j
That were attending to business ,In ,! '
Xmas there Nov. 22. 'Mrs. Dowllng received "The Lasting Gift"
Dance # Gainesville Monday.Mr. : experience by w o r king
and Mrs. Jess Vining and there six weeks the first of the .I

).1 L daughter, Jessie, of Lake Butler year.and her sister Miss Martha

cuing Frocks were visiting Mr. and Mrs. J., N. Mathews was' with Mr. Dyer for I SPECIALS I
Kelly Sunday afternoon. four or five months before enterIng -
Mrs. Walter Underhill and Mrs the Waves'ssTllanka + ,
A WIDE SELEC- Harry Lewis! nf Rising were re.Gently I :
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l1Oj OF YOUR visiting' Mr* C, C. Crosby WivesMrs. For Her -- For Him iSolitaire __
Arniy
VORITE }
SHADES ,Mrs. Arsula Crawford and baby,

Sh'rley Ann. have returned'' to Glen Duk }''County)' Chairman .. Brilliant Stone. Set t .,.Extra Heavi Identification

.95 $11.95, t- their home here from Morgan- Tub erc* l.la and Health With Two Large Side IJracelet ___ _, $19.50
S .. hn
> .. field. Ky., where they visited Pfc. Association, wishes to express her Stones _- $200.00
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$ Otis Crawford In Camp Brecken- apprecla t tOn 'to the followingarmy Other Diamonds from $15.00 Other Heavy Identification I :
$1. ridge! for several months. wives, who are being of Bracelets .. from $6.00
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such great assistance during the Pink Gold Wrist Watch $37.50 i

Cook Buys AcreageEarl hrlatmas Seal and Bond Drive: Ladies Sport Watch ___ $29.50 Waterproof, Shockproof Wrist

Ding WrapsCK Mrs. Arthur Ray, Mrs. Catherine Birthstone Rings .. ____ from $9.95 Watch - -- from $37.50 i

Grocery Cook Store, proprietor north of Starke of Cook's on race'Frost. Locke Mrs ,H.Mrs.F, Ruth Vallary,Dunn Mrs. 1-pc Dresser Set _._ -__ ,___._ $4.95 Heavy Solid Gold Army Ring $25.00

VELVET *z: .f'r Road 13, recently purchased fromH. Mrs. Marian Mclssner, Mrs. Eleanor 19-pc Gold; & Green Dresser Desk! Pen Sets __ from $12.50
D. Hunt a 32-acre tract of Mltsch, Mrs Bette Rapp, and Set ____L $25.00
$11.95 land one mile southeast of town ifrs. Lucia Swanson., Other Dresser S-et- ::.: from $4.95: Solid Gold Wedding from

between highways 28 and 13. t Lapel Watch ________ from $27.50 -------------,- $14.50

Twenty-five acres are cleared Hollingsworth' Buys Buckle & Tie Set ______ $7.50
Expansion Bracelet Sets -?--
while the balance of the property .

Evening. Is In pine timber Mr. Cook Novelty ShopFrank ------------__ from $12.50 Wrist Watches _. .__'_ from $9.75 ,

aid Saturday. The consldera- C. Holllngsworth has Other Gifts __________ from $1.00 Pocket Watches __ from $12.50: I I
lion was ",000. Including a house
Slippers and barn Mr. Cook Bald that purchased ( he Florida Novelty
tq 1 1.' acres will probably be soldto Shop on South. Walnut St. from FULL LINE OF XMAS CARDS, 5c TO $1.00
$2-98 I the Seaboard railroad for a Irving W, Longacre and J, H. ;f l l

$3.95COSTUME bom of better qualrtyTS' right-of-way for a "Y" on the x>veriau, .Messrs. Longacre and
0
= Camp Blanding branch road. The Loverln have also gone out of the

HOLE.PR F1 new owner has been farming the root beer business, though ITr I ,
land on shares for several months. Holllngaworth:did not buy It. BUY e :, :

tiroSternberg's Mr Cook also recently purchased Mr. and Mrs. Longacre ,will '
JEWELRY e.M 10 acres of land a half leave for their home In Miami

t.19Ct mile northwest of the Farmers' next week where Mr. Longacrewill WAR ; ,1

Market from Frank Bryant. He re-enter the real estate busUe .

ball already re-sold the property, u. Mr. Loverln, who came to

Including a house>> to R. O. ,Grlf- Starke with Mr. Longacre In September ;; BONDS
tie for $::100. Mr. Griff and his 1941 returned home after __ I !
mother and sister are living on a few months, leaving the Long-
he place. acres to run the business-



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1'AGE SIX BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH STAKKE. FLORIDA FRIDAY UECFS1aFl, it .
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I.I i J The Gift' of GIFTS .e..", ..



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II III 11eYe It Or Nod HERE YOU CAN FIND SOMETHINGSUITABLE

'' Away \ FOR EVERY MEMBER
-.. 1 Week "'f
Is Just OF THE FAMILY
t 1 ,C' arkling 1. ,7,
A sp Weeks Away: .
Diamond Slilaire Is just 2 \':.:..
Really LADIES GIFTS.Evening .-
up "I
$ Before I
More. Than Eve Ar Shopping ,. In Paris Sets Adrienne Coty Sets Sets Cara Nome Sets'
"" People lyait
In I e"arrntj' Smart If You
Solitaire '
'JDarn01lin".The pe Gp'arnontS., Varly ThIS Yea r" This Time, 1. Dresser Sets ----.--------- $2.98 to $15.93
Brilliant '
(\ GeeAtin;.mi:t't ""e'.;You should' tee It'' O Till The Last ltfdUlTo Disappo nt.. ,, ,.':? Manicure Sets And Musical Powder Boxes
'
You Are Dlterns See' / #-
t1 Are _
GIFTS FOR MEN
6 I i ment. Fast "
I -i' : They Are G om g gist Dopp Kits Fitted Cases Fountain Pens, Pen &
) Ad Out That Pencil Sets Tie Racks\ Smoking Sets, Pocket
$ HUNDREDS OF Better Make Size Games Tobacco 1.2 lb. and 1 lb. Sizes, Cig.
OTHER, Today! ++ arette I.ightrs; and Cases Billfold Sets.

d THRILLING GIFTS b
Q COMPLETE SELECTION OF MONOGRAM I

iJ N.U. F STATIONERY

NICE SELECTION OF CANDIES
'

SED, ) LARGE SELECTION OF XMAS CARDS

1." ,, BABY, GIFTSCARPENTER'S

LOUIS SHAFKIN'S oil,

CAMP BLANDING JEWELRY "
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& MILITARY,HEADQUARTERS ,The Rexall Store
I

.J ALTHOUGH GIFT MERCHANDISE IS DIFFICULT TO OBTAIN, STARKE MERCHANTS


; ,. HAVE SCOURED THE MARKETS TO FILL YOUR NEEDS. THEY HAVE THE GOODSI ,


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/ NEW This Year When Dollar Counts t
'I' SHIPMENT --- Every


r DESK Why Not Give Practical Gift?

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CALENDARS
; \ FOR THE HOME

; J WITH A' GIFT, FOR EVERYONE FROM KOCH'S ALL _STYLES: A Beautiful Chair

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t,;, (\ IDEAL. CHRISTMAS GIFTS For Solid Comfort
';:; s j/, Silex Coffee Makers Fountain PensPipes FOR SOLDIER OR CIVILIAN .
: s'" f. Cory Coffee. Makers $12.50 ;
iit'iI .
3 and 5-Piece Dresser Sets ."'
,
I' Electric Heating, Pads.r Beautiful-
Comb and Mirror Sets ALSO
Thermos Lunch Kits p HASSOCKS .
,a Body Powders SPEEDWAYPAPER ,
': iJ' Fine Stationery $4.50 to $9.50BLANKETS ,
Talcum Powders ,, PUNCHES : ",
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Cocktail Sets Fancy Pipes! ADJUSTABLE ( S

,. Water Sets Stuffed Animals TWO-HOLE. !! .... $2.25 up

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J' tl $3.23 1Irjii ;
_. BEAUTIFUL SELECTION OF XMAS CARDS iw ?*i SEE OUR FINE LINE OF TOYS-
; ,(\ Priced From 5c to $1.00 .' '. ,. 'b'. ..
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l'4 WAGONS WHEEL BARROWS TEDDY BEARS ROCKING HORSES,
.,,1' Bradford CountyTELEGRAPH BABY ROCKERS AND DOLLS

(;. J KOCH DRUGSTORE 128 WEST CALL, ST. DENMARK FURNITURE COMPANY

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;: = IF YOU WANT A GIFT i TO PLEASE The 'Favorite Gift t For Her. .
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FOR THE S. 5 A MAN'... ROBES

;' ...{ $7.98 to $12.95 +a ,,
I' w'' SOCIAL ..,; J. M. ALVAREZ HAS IT! I
SEASON' I Other Items
' ... Handsome Robes Sure To Please,,
AHEAD $3.95 to $8.95
Beautiful Assortment
'e .
j Of Gowns
Botany Wrinkle- Hose Flowers Dags
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I 'You must have perfect skin well cared Proof, Ties $1 Gloves Sweaters Suits "
for hands and a coiffure that does justice to t
't I And Dresses, Handkerchiefs
i
your personality. And our experienced operators N
.are able to help you appear fresh and Genuine and Lingerie '
lovely at all times.
All-Leather Belts SEE OUR DOGS
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$1.25 DOLLS & PANDAS
I One Of Our Marvelous Permanent NOW ON DISPLAY
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"-V, DECEl\IB. 1T 1843 BRADFORD COUNTY TRLF.GR\PII. 8T.\RKE. FLORIDA

In which assessed. : Mary E. Ward.
I Mrs. M. E. Griner. ),fr. McDowell on the petition for sale now on let 1941 tear Is
ITE FARM FARM NOTES $3 per month for Increased mileage A. J. Thomas Certificate No. 109. of -
jolned her Sunday and accompanied rue In said Court. Clerk of Raid Cuuit.OFFICIAL : suance. August 4, 1V4I. '
W uvler his route due to new Dated December 1..t. 1943. A.
on
E. B. of Lot J9.
Property
8Y. her home UKK8. ( HEAL) Description
J.
I lly l. T. Dyer, County Agent pupils. T. Uuardlan. Knlffht A Knight Sturke Florida. ( 41 Woodiawn Sec. II Twp. S M.H. .
MEETING Miss Mary Jo Caldwell, our 11-3: 5t 1S-31: 134 4t 13ii4&OTICU IS R, containing 20 Acre*. NameIn
L'1' Area Councilor champion knitter (has knitted I By unBrtlmous vote of the I -- which assessed Unknown.
North Florida Oats and IX ("IH"I..I' COIMT. HII.\lUI'ONn A-rrl.tf'ATIOY All of said property belrlg In the
Rye should be plantedon
held here Tuesday eleven sweaters for service men) I Board, the' Superintendent was 01'\\' ri.M IN C''' *>- OK FOH County of tTadford, State of Flor
!, wee every acre possible this fall 'rAX DEF1)Iloa. 'j
Dec. 7. Inserted her name and addressIn t KIIV.Charlea ida.
mOOD and evening. for grazing or for feed. The asked to investigate the possibility King-. Plaintiff V*. AgnesIting .. Hill No. imu: Unless such certificate or certificates !
of
the
and one sweaters last : thatJ.
a very' pleasant summer Government of getting the bus bam Defendant. Case No. 1796. NOTICE IS HKKKHY un 10- .] shall be redeemed according "
was, A few will make conservation S. Kim Ice the holder of th following described In ,
days she p
Fifteen coun-, : ago, received OUOKH Of PUHLIOATIONANI to law the property
geanlon. ...
.Idc.rtllicat.
table beautiful payment of J1.30 per acre properly tax exempt. NOTICE TO APPHAH ; certificates has filed such certificate or certificates will ;
at- ,
120 a Christmas
I very be Issued
represented by if OF KOItlOA to AffneaHlnaT .. for a tax deed to be sold to the highest bidder at .
a STATE
were officers for the card from Cpl. Edward Glenn good crop of oats or rye are I whoso residence IM Route I, th..r..on."l'h.* certificate numbers the courthouse door on the first
1& New of Fairfield grown next spring. IV TIIM CUI'NT Of THH COI"MTY Hox S97. llealdahura;, California.You and year. of Issuance, the description Monday In month of January ll1tt.whl..h ,
elected as fol- Neely Camp in Ohiothalklng and thename.
JllX.K. BHAOKOHM) IWiM'KLUHIIIA. \. of the property
year were Free" pine Tree > are required to appear on la; the 3rd., day of January ,\
Seedlings '
are
her In which It waa assented are \
Boswell of Jackson and saying he January Srd, ID44. In the above 144.
., U. G. Scout ExecuC was getting mu .:i comfort in being given by the Container Corporation IV llHi! Kstat. .* ("..&RA CIIO4BY named Court and cause, wherein a. follows: No. 10*. Year of !.- Dated thla 30th day of November -
elected Certificate
wag to be set by the farmers lit KICK. ka.ww. .. 4.L.AHAH. plaintiff seek divorce. BradfordCounty 1 41.OFFlClAti.
McGehee also of Jack wearing it. 1)1 Ka.IO. I.wa.eel.at.NuTtei. Telearraph h thla uance, Aua-uat 4. U4t. i HEAL' ) A. J. ThomasClerk :1.
0 and 4-H club boys. The Conservation OF APPLICATION FOll weedy issues.SVltnssa Description of prop.rty.; tots ST.tS ( of BradfordCounty )
reelected presidentL Mr. and Mrs. B. C. Prince now Order !In next four IS Twp. B 8. of Circuit Court ,
'm;, was payment is ".50 per acre LEAVE: TO SELL! L.AND. my hand and official seat In Woodlawn See Name Florida., 11-3: 4t IS-St !
: Rev. Leslie A. She of Tallahassee, and Mlsa Sadie Node Is-hereby given to all at Starke' Florida thla December n. 13 R., containing SO Acres
L area commissioner of Prince of Jacksonville, were Sunday for setting according to specifi whom It may concern that T. J. ,
WM, elected cations. Let me have your application ( Duke as Uuardlan. of the estate ,i
consisting of Brad- guests of Dr. and Mrs. R. P. of Clara Crosby Uukci al.o known \ 'IIt's
district, Stubbing before Dec. 31, as the number a. Clara B. Dukes, Incompetent
!
counties.Lptuoua
I Baker and Union of free trees Is limited. will on the 4th day of January 'To Do Your Christmas Food Buying
Time
chicken dinner was Seaman 2nd Class Herbert A., It IV44, apply to the Honorable
assisted Crews of Porter Field Pensacola Permanent Pasture of carpet K K. Peeryman, County Judge In 1
Led by the local troop grass or some other grass should and for said County, at hi;: office Order Your Turkey & Buy Your Xmas Tree Now
mothers. The following !is on a ten day furlough visiting In the Courthouse. in Stark, In Sugar CuredHAMS
(their Troop No. 1presented his parents. Mr. and Mrs. M. I* be established this fall or winterIn said County at 10:00: o'clock A. M, Dressed Boo-Uoo
tJ boys from at least a few acres of good or as soon thereafter as the mattercan
U with their 2nd Crews. I he heard, for authority to veil\, Chickens _
low land. The conservation payment at prlvae sale, the following OLESAL WhoU. BuM ot
Crews Mrs. G. S. Chambers Is visiting public or I
badges: Spencer is $4 per acre. If you add :described :real estate, In GIANT Shank Hall
her Mrs. Walter 3Vt: to tl.\> Ib.b >. VRtCtS
[ Johns Jr.. Jlmmie Brown mother Ward in and said County, to-wltt:
de clover and the necessary Kme FOOD
Ln Delbert Crews and Ray. Inverness. West Half (Wi( ) of NorthwestQuarter U P E IN RRAII, ib 34cBOLOGNA ...
fertilizer according to specifications (NW%) except one (I) > 45c
who isUol Mrs. L. F. Chapman returned CENTERS STONES
don. Lenl'e! Bradley the payment will be about acre In Northwest Corner (NW -
In the local Troop Friday from a months' visit with Cor) one ', hundred forty (140): ) ro nS
I leader $10 per acre. You need this grazing y..rd.lIorth: and. Mouth by thirty- Stewing Chickens2W
Interesting talk her .sou.and daughter-in-law. Lt.- five (56 ISaiit and We.also .. ,
very .yards
lowest cost
it the
a crop as is \ko 4 U>>. Eta.rvdlb
visiting gentlementhe Col. and Mrs. U F. Chapman all Kant Half ( Jo: .> of Nortlwest Quantity Righto :
hking the feed for your cows. i Quarter (NWV4Vest of 18 Ib 29C i
[ great work they are doing Jr., at Quantico, Va. Bragg Hrlft..ch.. Also Houthwest 39c Prices Good Thru Sat. Dec. I'Lo '
outing'Th ladles ,who Mrs. J.. 'L,. Robinson left* Saturday : Tobacco Allotment' have been Quarter XHWH of Southwest. I

Mrs. to enter the Dr. W. A, received from the State Office. Quarter \SW%> All l In Mectlon rreeh. Sesa.ee ...-?. ..I'". .32.to : J
til In serving were: that sixteen ( ) Towrnohlp seven C?) .IItade Check b k.lb. 17. Country SryUPork P19 a.e....... 1 3M I
Mrs. J. G. Godwin Findley Sanitarium in DeLand However I see in the papers I>South Range Twenty ((10) a.t; _"'. TenderBeef*/ W Rill gaaat..lb.. Ige 8.......... ...... .. ..... i
Warren of about 8_ .1'" Ige ..... 331.
we may get an increase Also Northwest Quarter (NWVi Sl..a Week H .
treatment for several weeks. ..
C. J. Johns, Mrs. P. S. for Committee of Northwest Quarter (NWH) Hec. .- Jib W paned Uee .. .-.r..I .
i 20 lib
cent.
per Our County ...._ a
Mrs. E. G. Crews and Mrs. H. I.. Parker is visitingher tlon twenty-oil 111 Township I

Waldon of Ralford Much sinter Mrs. W. H. Byue In wishes to apportion any (seven SO) East(7) South containing HansT on*Twenty hundred Sblola Steak .Ik, : I
i. the tobacco .. rr. .
lb.
additional allotment
to SVra
Bbeulden Milk Fed _
credit to the success of Daytona and before returning will seventy-nine (17V acres Tender YoungLass&b See lad* sWast i:: :;

lie Is due to the efforts visit her sister-in-law Mrs. A. M. farms where an Increased acreage more or J.....; s b.CMp.r. "awl;; t _It. 35e.Ik. BU Veal Cbpa LiverBraael ....-,-...,.........u.. Tto i
meeting can be planted next year. If Commencln at the Southeast 61k.d tin .-.,.,.,...,.-... Ige Veal Blew Jbo !*.
j. p. Warren and Chaplain Stevens In Hastings. and Corner (HW Cor) of the L>e you have an allotment can Church land and Kastthree
Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Turney Jr., running \1
''pherd plant more acreage, let ns know. hundred seventy (870) lOner Mackerel
and daughter, Joan of Jacksonville being yard., thence North cine hundred 0...... Mayer'. },
SONIC OFFICERS'' were guests of C. M. Tur, Conservation Cheviot are forty (MO) yards, thence West Whole> "" STEAKS 1
communication of received by the farmers for 1943. three hundred seventy (370) yards, 1 {
1 a regular ney, Wednesday and Thursday thence South one hundred forty HAMS '
ford Lodge No, 2, F. alt A. M.. Mrs. A. M. Rlcharde visited her The payments are coming earlier (140) :yard. to point of bvirlnnlnsT, IbEe 1Rlad. 1\\
the follow- I this year and we could have had In Southeast Quarter (HKVi ,of
evening .
Tuesday daughter, Mrs. Bruce Norman I in submitted Southeast Quarter (SKVi). Also Ib 34C
officers were elected and apited Jacksonville several days last. all applications for payment .eventy(7O) yard or one (1) acre Ha. Speckle Ii'
to the State Office if all deep across the Houth side of -_ Bacon TROUT
: Northeast Quarter (NKVi) of
I E. Griner, Worshipful Mas- week.Word has been received that had come in and given in their Southeast Quarter (SKVk). Also ib 32c r.
War- There are over 100 farmers North Three quarters (N 3-4) of 3OcBait.
F; S. R. Dobson, Senior Junior War. M. L. Crews Jr., is now in Australia : who crops.have not reported their crops Southeast.. Quarter HIO".4) of Yes We Hare Ml. V rmonl Tarkey! I ,
; E. A. Grlffls Southwest Quarter (SW(,) and In CUM. Pur*
' They have until Dec. 31, 1 to North thr.quart..re (N :a-4) of '
Williams Secretary '' yet. .
>; J. S. ? Mrs L.. Watts Mrs: C. H. Southwest Quarter (S\VV ofSoutheast LARD s Sid.
Treasurer I ; C. H. Wainwright; Cope and Mrs. /.1. E. Chambers do this. Quarter ($R%). All I In 4ti OYSTERS I
of Hofr No Section sixteen. ((1 U Township.
McLendon Se- Farm Slaughter
iplaln; R. P. visited in Lake City Monday. level (T) South ltan.. twenty ib 18c
r Deacon; L. A. Johnson,. Jun- J. G. Caldwell and daughter: permit will be necessary for a ((20) Hast containing Keventy-lx I pt 65c r

Deacon; B. Hershfleld Senior June and Frances, visited Mr., farmer to butcher his own hogs which(761 epplrtitnn'will acres more or Iss.be .hnsed up- .I Hind-on On. Vel, we',. I

mart; Bryan Whltfteld, Junior Caldwell's parents Mr and Mrs.. for sale during Ute.next 90 days. Smoked have "_dl... Ocean ,

wart; W A. Browning Tiler; J. C. Caldwell at Ocklawaha Sat I So until Feb. 17, do not ask fora BACON 9onnS SHRIMP I

D. Bobba, Marshal. urday. permit, but burgher: and sell all '- .gain i

Mrs. A. C. Davis spent the hogs as you wish. Collect ration ib29c this year ib 35c I

1TIHVitliln stork week-end with her parents Mr. points and turn them in to the i noun Mt.BONES' _
weeks the
recent Board. Pork Neck
M. M. Rowden at Mac local Ration ,
and Mrs. WhoU SpanlihMACKEREL
out our way. v. r 11'0 nt'
been quite busy
I Farm Labor. The County agent'soffice i
_
clenny..
and :Mrs O. G. Mott have a for lurkey.1
Miss Betty McRae, attending Is to handle all requests WrAIAi
named Ramona Gale for % Ib 9C ;
fighter Thanksgiving. Mrs F, S. C. W., at Tallahasse is ex farm labor and applications ib 21 c
since need farm !
i pected to arrive Thursday to farm work. Those who '

t It t was the former Dorothea spend a part of the holidays with' workers and also those who wishto Eklnles* Largeroeen
Mr. and Mrs. S. B.
irorigst. nine-pound son her grandparents Mr. and Mrs. work should come to-my office WIENERS, Order Now First Come First Served MULLETib
nil have a be known.
let their wants
M Tex Ronald born Dec. e 4.rind J. A. Bouvier and will be adequate Ib 35C
Fertilizer for 1944 "BIRDS" 17c
week 'DRESSED
Mrs. Harold Clark have J. M. Bradley spent the needs FEEL TEXAS SHIPPED _
farmers'
:
end in Jacksonville with his sis to meet the
highter, born Dec. 3 at the according to the War Food Administration Beef Liver or Ready o Fry !

City Govt. hospital. She I Is ter, Mrs. F. M. Coker. however farmersare TONGUESIb 6 to' 14 Ib 14 Ib*' and WHITINGIb I I.I

*1 Ann Fielding. Mr. and to place their orders 51 Ib 49c
urged Size Ib COver,
,
Board Announces
have airtter
i Lawrence Duggar early to avoid the rush at the 35C .I ,19c

who will bear the name November SelecteesThe time of planting. Those who:

wary Elizabeth. wait to buy their fertilizer until Stokaly'a Finest I Save Obelisk Coupona-

ITHD\Y SURPRISE PARTY her Board announces local Selective that the Service following may they find need that to put they In will the have ground to, Pumpkin no 2'/2 can lOc I Ballcirdys Flour sibs'32c

In. G C. Crewa surprised
men from this county were weeks to get it. The
several
wait
band Friday night, honoring for service in the armed help
B on his forty-fifth birthday. accepted fertilizer plants are Short on NBC HoneyGRAHAMS Get Your Christmas "Sweet Staff" Now Lovetf* Enriched
forces during November: by placing
with them ,
so cooperate whet.BREAD. 1
aN
We he wan out hunting
White month
order at least a FIT
of hiM Farm friends gather your
Freeman
Williams Brown,
Carl
need it.
ib 19c
in to surprise him.. The even- before you
Jr. Clarence Rudolph
Register Those who, _
Permit 16-oz 8cCRACKERS
was sr"'nt in conversation Crawford !Slaughter .
Dallas i
Roy
Scogglns may; Owl Soda
permits
I gamer and partaking of $e- David Howard Fred Ancll Shaw, : hold slaughter of animalsfor ----

!!vents of sandwiches, cakes Earl Robinson Wayman slaughter any number Gupr Brand
Willie been extended SUGARYesit's
I poncho On the table was I a Douglas Garrett. (transfer). sale. This order has Ib IQc OLEO 'I
Indefinitely. 1
decorated birthday cake onTO Colored
who do not hold slaughter I -
were forty-five candles Nathaniel Mosley Robert Austin Those slaughter any 20 Mule Team ib 17eBORAX
table Was permits, may 1
decoration corn De-
Joseph
Brown
Wllmon
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market
up
!d with bowls of white roses. Sue, Charles Henry Cummings number of hogs for All Southern, II'
Ration points ,
17.
"7 useful gifts were received Roosevelt Washington (transfer), until February meat Pkg 12c Ready MUed

1Cr. Crews on this happy oc- Walker (transfer). must be collected for all OLEOib29c
on.Out. William T. sold and turned In to the local ASAC3&d& MAZOLA '

of town guests were Mr. Ration Board at the end of each "
D. T. Certificates on 5 2 5c
O.
''Mrs. M. F. Hayes and daugh- month. Ibs

Wilda of Gainesville, Pvt. Good For Duration Farm Release.issued The Extension releases ? Pt 27c Hot! h''

'Turner of Cay, Texas, Mrs. Service has many Land O Sea : i
R. Doneley. Mrs. Mary Cason Certificates of War Necessity from the farm for work in In VELVO: MILKCotIN t.

1 Miss Jessie Lee Lazenby of' Issued by the Office of Defense dustry. Since there la BO much ep w [ ,

River. Transportation are for the duration farm work to be done now no 3 25c '::1:1I

of the war and need not be more releases will be granted Ib 2O1/2C Cabin Home White Meal 5 Ibs 23c I I

' snl.I"RTY renewed for 1944 H. E. Mc except in a few special cases

"Community; Club held its Daniel, District Manager of the The State Extension Service Land '0' Sunshine Oranges No Ration Points I he h I

*"d' Christmas party Tuesday Jacksonville, announced( weekly list of farm
ODT !in send out a Grapefruit and HONEY I
oon. Owing to Illness and workers wanted in the various
recently. '
10 1 many working members The ODT District Manager counties of Florida. The list this MAJOR JUICE: / Grapefruit 11,

attendance was very small pointed out that many queries week calls for over 3,000 work 2/ Ib Jar 43C: '

17 being present.. The club have been received by his office ers. These are needed on vegetable ib 5c
I: 29C '
* was decorated in Christmas from persons wanting to renew farms citrus groves dairy of us lack adequate vigor no 2 cans .,,p"" r

*poinsettias holly and their certificates for next year's farms and general farms.If MANY ,vivacity due to vitamin Tangerines Standard Macatoni orSpaghetti

* evergreens n d on the operations.The a worker cannot find farm dandence.ToJiepyouand! your 3''lor lOcc&14411.

"Menfa table a large bowl of mileage allotments authorized work In this county. I will issue ,....Uy..ee\.t.. a Major"tuppl 7'
al'I. 1943 to anoth* tie da113aiel with i ( t Ib 21:
A pretty lighted tree by the certificates for him free transportation meat Major-B ; Southern. BiieultFlour/

" Dear the huge fireplace and will stand for 1944 unless changedby er county where he may wish to Complex Vitamin Tablet. They are
20-ibs 77c
" were grouped near it. After the ODT he declared. take a Job.Farmers. 'of guaranteed potency and contain Jamaican FreshCoconuts \ t:,

?!ness session the"gifts were When farmers need additionalgas in this county needIng .11 tha O-Complex Vitamin arcs Deviled Ham ea 23c land 0' Sumhin.Fancy ,
touted who ary to help develop vigor and.energy. 1 1r
or workers
of
and refreshments for their trucks. cars ) workers and Flour 20-ibs $5c14'I

faced sandwiches cookies, tractors for their farming operations want to work should come to myoffice 10 liT....!JAlT m FAMILY TAIItta N C. Green

J* and toasted peanuts were they should file applicationsat and make application. I Cabbage ib 5c Silvw; Wing Enriched I :{

> by Mrs. R. H. Cox Mrs., the county Agent's office as prefer placing workers in this ::: 15c Flour s-ibs 27c

*. Connors. Mrs. M. R. Hol- usual for recommendation by the county instead of sending themto Florida 1

' nd Mrs. t,. Watts Mrs. A. County Farm Transportation another county. Cauliflower Ib 12'I I

Bates and Mrs. 'E. A. Brad Committee' Fancy Calif. Crax viio 10c Ib 19cCarrots

tined the club at this time Penny Saver

Helman of New. York Scouts Ready Tiny f SUPER SUDS f bunch 10c Van Camp Pork & .

r eta a Green. 3-year-old
guest Ann
Beverly Call! CrlpCelery Beans 17-oz 10c
*"I. B. To Send CigarettesVan daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Russell d
Helman of New YorkI Brooker Is a confirmed stalk 10c
r II a H. Carden, an aaalatant H.: Green of Mixed DillPickles
guest of Mrs\ > B. Hersh- She finds
saver.
Mn. Hel nan will leave' for leader of the local Scout Troop penny Sm 9'/2c York ImperialApples' 25cWOODBURY'S
the coppers Qt
doesn't take "
u.1 has that it
Beach Sunday. announces that enough money and laat week she 2 ibs 23c :;.
acM
LI. the coin Jars long to up.
Thomas Eptlng of Camp been collected from with her '- ? !f'
Bond
War 217..e,
ofIgarettea bought'a $25 1-lb
was send the first shipment U. S.1 Main. SOAP
a of Mr. and to
JnK !guest '
1.875.School:
i A. to our fighting men first 29'
Bouvier Sunday. ... SPry 24c Potatoesio-ib$33c "
* Sunday r.i Maas,,I.ept,
morning Rev. O. C.iw overseas. Loa r. _
No shipment can be made for BoardThe iJf Idaho BakingPotatoes .
uStarh exchanged pul- 3-ib

wn Cnaplaln 1.. A, Shep- less than '50 and Mr. Carden Board of Public Instruction 89 ib: 4'/zC.l 3 Cakes I

OnIY a small congregationfor stated that $50.50 has been collected County 6 decided ....,..., eta2001.aae THE H.AVOR AVR 68c
Dec.
from'the coin Jars through in session Fancy Canadian Z3c t
for the service but companies to pay Jack Johns! $8.7S: for It.i
a'ho Wednesday. The tobacco 17S a ib Ac
were there appreciated cigarettes for 65c 3 1.2 days driving the bus route .. Rutabagas '
'aaage. supply
.11 which from North Lawtey to Starke.It ,Bee Broad Fancy Poliahed Stuart
L. this purpose
P. carton for Sauer'sVAMH.UI
Gaskins of Oalnes- a 10inccease
|
voted W C. Collins a
t her sister, ]',{rs. :M. Includes packing and shipping.the. also in pay for the extension Now On Sale AtLOVett'S Pecans 43c
thank
to Insect
krts, Sunday The Scouts wish Spray
I:, lot contributions of his route. I
Turney left Thursday'to public for their generous I J. Lewis was employed totake Mixed Nuts Ib 49cAlmocda
that are placed E. .
.
'* in the Jars
Turney for a month'st I Parrish route Ib 45cEaaHsb
In leading over the Guy 2.3
It cash registers Pint No. 2
Columbia Conn. near Mr. Parrish I: 12C
month as
A. McDowell business e s tab ll lnhmenU. Continued at $25: per walnuts *> 49
of Tampa of Sibyl
'M been support of this fund wills \ has. resigned. The salary
vlsltlp in South Increased
f
was
driver
bus ,
"*, Capp,
appreciated.
arrived Friday to visit s greatly


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EIGHT BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH STAKKE FLORIDA FRIJ\Y, Ilcg1I6F.8!: !: .
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c 1949. I January 17th., 1944 In the above i
Note From Plane part. There are hundreds of JobsIn chairman of the Defense Council Below Bond Quota rmnber(OFFICIAL 14th dEAL) A. J. Thomas named Court and cause, wherein erobert 14t1arhl14lylurid" l ..
,
seeks II
divorce
plaintiff Bradford
the WAC. The Army trains and chairman of the Citizens'CO"pll An Clerk of said Court (OFFICIAl,
Htarke. FloridaAlt | County Telegraph shall publish lAndrum
Found In GutterTwo you for them and trains you well. of the Defense Council In spite of Bradford County's T. Frank, for Plf. 18.17t 1.7 this Order in next four weekly l is.sues. I A. Clerk "I 'aid I 0\. I
Your will fit for a After introductory remarks by T. Frank "Uur
training you enviable over-all War Bond rec- 'I I I.l .
weeks ago while cleaning better job after the war" she Mrs. Davis, who presided over the I* TUB COI'>:TV :Jl'UGI'TM ('OI H* Witness my hand and official Atty, for )1''l'" nlun sleeks..
the Walnut rd, the November count showsIt Poll lIMAIirulIU Cot "N'i't, Itt.I
out the gutters atop stated. meeting, inspiring short talks '-"
St. home of Dr. W. B. Parks, a Women, If qualified can now were made by the Rev. G. C. again far below Its quota. It TO FI.OHID.t.WHOM IT MAY CO.VCEKN: I I *W *kO W *KO 4I ,=
man found a message from two Powell; the Rev. Fred Yerkes; E. raised only U9U3.7i.on$ a quotaof Notice !. hereby given that I ,,
of Uncle Sam's nephews, which enlist directly by enlisting In the In Army the WAC.AirCorps C. Marotta, director of the USO- $39.500 leaving a deficit of have filed my Final of the Accounting Estate anAdministratrix of I

was evidently dropped from a The recruiting personnel, at the NCCS; the Rev. Chas. Allen $20,399.25. Of this: amount $17- Henry John Kolllnir and will on I Victory Military Suppfi
be- 081.25 Starke, the 16th day of January 1944 make
a short time was raised in
pausing plane postofflce here on Fridays will be Scoutmaster; Dr. I. R. Abram, application to the County Judge of I I
fore. The massage, written t In director of the County Health $806.25 in Hampton and $356.25 Bradford County Hon. K. K. Ferryman
Ink on a heavy piece of paper about glad to this answer branch any of the questions service. Unit; Miss Sara Reed director of In Lawtey. The December' quotaIs AdinlnlHtratrlx, for Final/ Discharge an Raid I I' Presents Everaharp'6COMMAND
I
was securely wrapped around a Women who qualify must be between the USO-YWCA Foster Shi also $39,500. Ruth D. KolllnaAi

a spoon with "U. S." engraved on the ages of 20 and SO, inclusive Smith, principal of B. H. S.; and lrmrriT roruT. HH\I)KOIIIC Henry' AdmlnlHtratiU John Kolllnir of, Estate eceaed.{ of PERFORMANCE
the handle, and tied- with rubber and must pass both men Chas. A. Darby, mayor of Starke. < l'MTV. FLOHIOAl IN_ ItltX- 12.7t J-7 I'

bands. tal alertness and physical tests. After the motion to perfect' the Emma CKHV.Todd Adklnxr- Plaintiff vn. lriHCI'IT COURT, BRADFORD. flFor The
On one aide of the paper were organization had been made and Jadl.. W. Adklnn Defendant Case (- these names and addresses: "Pfc further discussions were No. 2814. tEHY.Chace "
seconded
I Newberry, Plaintiff, .
Council ORDER OF PI-BLICATTON Avery
Youth
Frank Nuck 6092812. 551st! Pan. made by Mrs. Edward Burns ex- ANn NOTICE TO APPEAR VH. Adeline Chong- Newberry,. Defendant n Be Treasured A Lifetime

I Inf., Co. C. Camp llackall N. C., Organized HereA ecutive secretary of the Bradford, W.STATE Adkln OF whoMO FkOniDA rellldeh In: Pr.lrnail .ladle- ORDER. Cane OF No.PUBLICATIONAND 2813
19 years old, single" and "Pfc County Red Cross Chapter; Julius 'I' Houth Carolina.You NOTICE TO APPEAR i1 A PEN AND REPEATER
Caleb A. Morgan .39022511.. !551sI'ara. Youth Council for the purpose I*, Thorn, director of the UCO- are required to appear on STATE OF FLORIDA to: Adeline PENCIL SET
January 17th. 11I44. In the above PhongNewberry whole residence IK IN 14 KARAT SOLID GOLD
Inf., Co. C, Camp MacKall, of planning and supervising YMCA; C. H. Jla.: worthy and named Court And cause, wherein 1667 C. Alaneo Place, Honolulu if THROUGHOUT
healthful and wholesome recreation others. plaintiff reeks divorce Bradford ,, Hawaiian lalands.. .
single"paper and to work for the best interests The following officers were Order County In Telea-raph next four shell weekly publish tunnel.Wltnean this. You are required to appear on

was this brief message: "HI Ya! of the teen-age boys and elected: Rev. G. C. Powell chair- my hand and thin official"December : J $125.00
ml
at Htark Florida Beware
Coughsfrom
Would appreciate a card or letter girls of this community, was organized man; Mrs. L. A. Davis secretary; 14th 194S.
telling that, you found our ad at a meeting last Friday Chas. A., Darby, treasurer. (OFFICIAI. SEAL) A. J. Thomas
dress. Please write r. N.-C. A. night in the recreation building"of To further the plans of the organization A.. Frank Clerk T.andrum of mild. 'Court.T. Stark Florida common colds I' Plus 10% Excise Tax

M." Dr Parks plans to write, but the Methodist Church. another meeting was Atty. for Flf. 12-17 4t 1.7

has not yet done so. Under the leadership of Mrs. called for Thursday night, Dec. iv: nnrriT rot'nr. nntnroniiCOI'NTY That Hang On Q IT MAY-BE EFFECTIVELY ENGRAVED

He said Monday that the meet 1.. A. Dayis, jj-lome and Com : 16, at 8 o'clock. PUOHIUtl IV ClftNCKIIY. -, Creomulsion relieves promptly be iI NAME. DATE. OCCASION OR MILITARY WIT RAi
n sage must have been dropped munity Service' chairman for the H. A Prearott. ,.Plaintiff, v... ptlll cause it goes right to the seat of the COME AND SEE TillS WONDERFUL .
there, recently, since hr had the Bradford County Defense Council StrawberriesTo Tne Prescott Defendant Cane. No. trouble to help loosen and expel PEN *
gutters cleaned out two weeks the meeting'was well attended by First ,2812.OHDER OF prntjrATTOv:. germ laden phlegm, and aid nature > PENCIL SET ON DISPLAY AT _
to soothe and heal raw tender inflamed
ago. 1 the( ministers of the town withan Mrs W C. Loper, of There ANn NOTlfK TO APPEAR Blllle. bronchial mucous memo
STATK OF FLORIDA tn:
appointed layman from each >lIsa. goes the honor of bringingto Joe Proncott whose. residence. Is branes. Tell your druggist to sell youa
FSA Families church; Boy and Girl Scout lead town the first pint of ripe Unknown.You bottle of Creomulsion with the understanding J VICTORY MILITARY
like the it
are required tn appear on you must way SUPPIJf
ers; representatives from the strawberries for the current sea January 17th 11)44 In the above quickly allays the cough or you: are
Will Not Lack Woman's Club, Rotary Club son. The berries were fine, large named Court and cause, whereinnlalntlfr back.CREOMULSION
.
Points For XmasThe Health Unit, Y. W. C. A., Y. M. ones and Mrs. Loper has hopesof Telegraph neefcii dlvnrre.ehnll publish Tradfordr'nnnty thisOrder 129 W. Call Street
C. A., N. C. C. 8., the Welfare gettIng a nice yield from her In next foui weekly. l eueRWltnepi .
my""nd .and nffr'al, for Coughs Chest Colds Bronchitis
Board the of Starke, the ,
extra ration points needed mayor 8,000 plants. seal at Starke, Florida this De-
f to prepare a regular old-fashioned
L Christmas dinner will not worry
i Farm See urtty Administration

I families this year, according to
Sarah Grace Phelps, Associate ,
FSA Supervisor for Bradford

i County. JACOB
"FSA1 borrowers began prepaying
for their Christmas almost a
+ year ago." Mlas Pb e I p s said
"Last winter they started making
farm and home plans which Jt

provided for a farm victory garden .
large enough to grow all the I
foods needed for the family
throughout the year. All summer
and fall they've been filling their
jars with a variety of vegetables

fruit, and meats all raised
on their own farm. For Christ
mae. FSA families will not need
to save up points for the meats
and canned foods to round out

4 their meal. Instead, they will go
to their own storage shelves and
that means more food left on
grocery shelves for the use of
city families"

Miss! Phelps said that a recent
survey of FSA families In Brad-
I frd County revealed that an aver-
age of 50 quarts of fruit meats
and vegetables per family had
been canned this year; and that


4 and carrots meats families a fair, poultry have pumpkins garden a, potatoes good In and spite supply turnips of fruits the of,,







ed Urges Recruiting dry every weather.Join War woman WomenTo Department WAC"The who Officer Is eligible has ask to I" S A' Ill i : !.:, .. .




realize that the best way she can
help win this war Is to put on a '



Donaldson cruiting'Off L.Starke uniform.Sgt.O'Brien O'Brien last" of Thus will Friday the during and interview spoke Jacksonville afternoon Cpl.her Sgt.stay Marie applicants Nova Re in W


,.
for the Woman's Army .
y Corps at the postofflce In Starke

'1 I each>.Members M.Friday of from the 1 WAC P. }to are until now 6 THESE ARE A FEW OF Oft GOING OUT OF BUSINESS SALE PRICES


In Africa India. Hawaii Italy and
England. They are sharing the
hardships of war, gladly, because 300 PairsLADIES Lumber !
they are working for the same 100 Pairs Assorted All Mens, Ladies & Blankets,

thing ,that our soldiers are fightIng PLAY SHOES Jackets, Pants, Sfurfi
for," Sgt. O'Drien stated. "It HOSE Childrens
Is hard to understand the reluct- SLIPPERS Dresses, UnderwearSweaters

ance women are showing by not and All]
enlisting now. Not only will the Sizes 4 to 8 ,
entire war effort suffer, but the For Xmas Presents 3 PAIR SHOES Other MerchandiseStore ,
18c .
draft for January has already FOR
been doubled and will Include
thousands of fathers who would 99c '

were ordinarily enough be.women deferred volunteers 1 f there" 99c Up PAIR 50c 'Up Greatly Red1i d'.MUST BE SOIHDH8REDS !

she continued. ..
"This la not just a man's war.

O'Brien by It is putting ever declared ybody's on "and uniforms war.If women." Sgt.can OF OTHER ITEMS DISPLAYED ON OUR COUNTERS


hasten peace just one day sooner, __
then we would have done our



That w Na inBackache.. COME ONE, COME ALL AND SAVIJACOBS' !




May Warn of Dinordcrod
.
Kidney Action '

i. te.H1.'k" ills ltarl.kof.spn.ur.andSnl.elionI wltk!lu hurry and w
drlDklnt-; .
,
row. ....., train on the work
I is off tb. ki iay.. Ttuty*r. apt t.. bawm..w.riaa.d o STORE
f and fail, to flltr .X_ .oitl
and oth.r I Impuricio from th..li- lvlaMood. .

You. .. a..cI.. baekaeh. STARKE FLORIDADON'T
dlBsuffar, ,
I' b.odaob. nights'
prune up
lee p.I..., ....U,.. .... eun.tantly.i
Ur.d, ......0....ell warn out.Other*in<
of kidney or bladder 4iordr are .amotiiMeo. FORGET
i< LAST DAY
t..J bu..I.. (.., aeaaty or toe fr.queacmrlaaclan. DEC. 31ST.

fWI. Doan'l help the
Try Ooan'a
.....
Udo., to paaa off harmful body
.._ They hays had more than half a

aaatury X u.adad.a lour of by a.publl

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