Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: December 31, 1943
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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Official County Publication Established In 1877

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A NEW'-'YEAR MESSAGEBy No Delinquent t Starkeites 'Help Bring Xmas Cheer '

Russell Kay Taxes ReportedIn 'To Many Soldiers At Blanding .


We find ourselves approaching another year withthe BradfordTax : &

!..I.'orld.stagger'.ng under a burden of pain misery! ':
and suffering; nation! pitted against! nation; death and collections on the 1942 rol! "'" r
immediate order of business"
destruction mankind ; closed with the 1943 tax sale
and the "Four Horsemen galloping at breakneck speedo have astounded officialdom and! I Distributed tI

'er the face of the earth. statisticians State Comptroller J
}.t. Lee In announcing I
isn't a pleasing picture and it makes the celebration reports
It compilations based o n report
of the New' Year almost a mockery. A Christian from Florida's tax collectors.
to the Humble Man of Call-
professing allegiance With unre-
world, only one county
. lee. has wrapped itself in a cloak of creeds and dogma, ported-Comptroller Lee's computation hundred and fifty well- "

lip service to the simple teachings of its Christ of real estate collections filled stockings and 25: gallons of

paying but failing utterly in its practice of }those teachings. shows delinquency of only 1.13 traditional S o u t horn ambrosia '4 ,

percent--the lowest on record helped to make the usa operated : :
Human hearts steeped in selfishness, harbor pride Of $20.215.537: levied against real by the YMCA truly a home away 1 ,

and prejudice hate and intolerance personal ambition [ property only $216,992 unpaid f from home during the holidays.

and afar ice' until there is no room for the love was certified to the clerk. Many soldiers stated that they

and greed understanding that must take full possession before 1 Three counties-Bradford. Union were going to keep their Christ
be attained.In mas stocking until they got their
lasting peace and true happiness can and Collier-had no delinquent y t a
tax certificates sold to the county f, furloughs and then take it hometo
the pain and anguish of our suffering we ignorethe and only one-Hernando with 14. the folks. Characteristic of

guilt that is ours and seek to place( the blame on percent delinquency a d more the many voluntary complimentsof

'others.. Nations curse nations men condemn men, than 5 percent delinquency ,i those attending the various
denounce groups, and all implore( the same Godto Thirty counties reported less than $ Christmas affairs were those

groups down His wrath upon the other while all are 1 percent unpaid and the great shared by four young men from
hurl ''
Illinois and Ohio: "This U sure a I' \
of the counties reportedless
of His creation.It majority .
creatures than 2 percent delinquency. swell town and USO. This has \

is written "As ye sow so shall ye reap", and "The results are excellent evi I been next best to home" \

down through the ages men of every! land and every dence of what teamwork can do Christmas festivities t a rte4. "

creed of every race and color while seeking the same with a program based upon mak tits with the IRTC Band on Sunday,

of peace and happiness have sown the seeds of ing all pay:equitably," Comptroller Dec. 19, which was sponsored" by .
goals that mature the crops of death and destruction Lee said: "Florida's 67 tax t all of the USO unlta/-, This was
selfishness collectors have done a remarkable followed by a sujp per for the
entitled to the band and a' njgjyie attended by
job and are r
Out of this ,holocaust of chaos can come a worldof thanks of the people for doing The*Christmas season was made a lot happier for many service men at Camp Blending of Starke and over 400 pergfonJa.
and harmony if men but Will it so and unite this excellent 'job. They have could not get home for the holidays by the generosity and hard work of the service' men 1 On Christmas Eve carols were
peace efforts toward its attainment The forces of goodare really been 'putting out members of the USO staffs. Among those shown here filling Christmas) stockings sung by tMJe IRTC Chonw. Hun-
their Mrs.
more powerful: than the forces of evil and if employedby "However" he added. "I do are:, Philip Thorn. Mr.. and Mrs Jos E. Wilson, Frank Wilson C. A. knight Mrs. I* W. Koch to servicemen dreds of pjersons remained In the

mankind will solve his every problem and meet his want to give credit to responsive Julius J... 'Thorn. and Mrs. James Shepherd. More than 700 stockings were distributed building t while '
'. week-end. corn 080 members and
taxpayers and also to assessorsand at; the USO-YMCA during the Christmas the
every 'commissioners who the membev. nf the armed forces)

yOU. whoever you are wherever you are, have avery fell Into county the spirit of the .neVI .and wives 'went, wo"Wn; 1-in"the;

real and very definite part to play in the makingof I Holland tax program and by putting Install .Variety Show Stores To Close I community. '- brlstmas,stockings

this new world.. The thoughts !you think the words I their shoulders to the wheel Masons At USO-NCCS I were* ,of glvtn' .,, ,at,Vh. tree to' member -

!you utter, the things you do all. help to shape the moldof gave show the taxpayers what they an opportunityto would do On New Year's EveTo New Year's Day I At the IhOejarmey'Tea DtL\ ,forces.. on Christmas -

Tomorrow. when convinced that governmental Ne W1.0fflcers; farewell to the Old Year Day. ambrosia *vas served
Your sphere of influence may be small or it maybe authorities were putting their which had taken days to prepare. 1
and the an equitabletax and to usher In the New, a Variety : Soldier wives members ot\ the
but within it you are all powerful minds on developing Most Starke business place
large through with assurance that The following Masonic officers Show and Dance will be presented i Woman's Service 0 r g anlzatlon, :'
reach in turn have their spheres program will be closed all day Saturday- :
individuals you 1 ated. for 1944. ( Installed at the Friday volunteers and staff had '
influence YOU release may be evasion would be e II m n were on New Year's Eve New Year's Day. other
which the good or evil. Most taxpayers are Interested In regular"-meeting held in the hall Dec. 31, at the USO operated The decision will probably be peeled and cut over 790oranges, J

: spread and expanded. making everybody pay alike and Monday, ,\\ght: I by the NCCS at .400 ,Temple Ave. unanimous among the dry good plus cracking and grating fresh .

If in your heart there'exists a sincere desire to. have the results on the 1942 rolls bear R. C. Buford-Worshipful Master Peter Wlsellck 'now a. traineeat .stores and practically all grocer; coconut I j

lived for a worthy purpose a genuine longing to help this out"Sparks' II Camp Banding, known to stores will be closed, althougl Instead of the usual dead and'tj

make this world a 'better' place( in'which to lid it is Joe Martinez-Senior Warden. Broadway Chicago and Hollywood one or two announced that they; quiet day after Christmas, a chil

within to make a substantial contributiontoward Lacy Conway-Junior Warden. I during the past decade as had not decided definitely yet. dren's program was well received
your power Elected and afternoon by a very appreciative
C. A. Futch-Secretary. Gilbert Morgan, has staged I. The Florida Bank at Stark
that goat."
arranged the Variety Show. Wise- and the local post office will be audience. That night "y
You need set up no Fellowship or Foundation, nor V. S St. John-Treasurer. lick: has performed on the legi- closed. the largest number ever to attend d,,
institution. All you HeadA Paul Raymond-Senior Deacon. timate theatre In New York in a movie at the unit was In the
mist endow a cathedral or Salvage Drug stores stated that they:
you estimated
Tom Harding Junior Deacon.W. "The Family Up auditorium. It .war
it is unto as
given such plays
need do is make the most of each,day! as would probably remain open because -
mind tongue and your hand to T. Nazworth-Senior Stew- stairs", "The Brawl", "Mary's of the great amount of that more than BOO attended.
you. Guard your your the false and evil and clingto new chairman of the County ard, Other Husband" and In "DistantCity" sickness and the necessity of Three basketball games were

the end that they will reject a missionary of faith Salvage Committee, S. E. Sparks, James A. Lewis-Junior Steward starred with O 1 a d y s I keeping their prescription departments also played under the USOYMCACusp
the good and true. Become tasks. As was selected at a recent meetingin George. For a number of years I functioning. I o e s at the armory. The
and about your every-day !you house to fill the vacancy and directed units follows
hope as you go the court he produced games were as : Keystone
reflection P M. Barefoot-Tyler. Stores will remain
Army open
look( into !your morning mirror study the you left by the resignation of for RICO: vaudeville syndicatesand Army Air Base vs. Jacksonville
find there. If you see a frown, wipe it off as you do L. T. Dyer, who stated that his S. E. Sparks-Chaplain. later assisted In directing because of "pay day COTP; Medical Detachment, Station -r

the excess lipstick and replace it with a smile; remove many duties prevented his giving 9- such radio performances as "Mr Hospital Camp Blanding vs.
that crouch along with your whiskers and go forth to I[sufficient time to the salvage program Funeral Services District Attorney and "The J. L. Meyer Dies Gainesville A. S. T. P.; Keystone

meet jour/ fellow men with a spirit of cheer and goodwill to get the Job done. Mi. For .G."Moody Shadow' for NBC. At Hampton Army Air Field vs. St. AugustineTra.
Dyer will continue to assist The Variety how will Include Sta. Keystone Army Air ,
1 committee.The Held Sunday other trainees at Camp Blending J. L. Meyer, 09, died Tuesday; Field vs. IRTC. Camp Blandlng. ,

If the world with all its frantic post-war planning. salvage.drive has reached who have' had professional stage morning at his home In Hampton In addition to the above mentioned -
would stop long enough to took over the blueprints left such proportions, Mr. Dyer point N. 0 (Green) Moody elderly experience. Songs will be offered after suffering with heart trouble program over 0.000 pieces ,

w two thousand years ago, it would find we have ed out, that it will require the farmer of the Long Bridge section by 'Pvt. Harry Scott Pvt. ,John tor the past six months.Mr. of first class mall were written'
found dead In his bed-
possessed all the plans for the building of the kind of a services of several good men and was Murphy, Pvt. Steve Radkey who Meyer wait born In Burke and mailed from the building. Also -
morning, Dec. 29, I
world we want for a long time but simply haven'tused women of Starke and Bradford room Saturday 10 o'clock. Death evidently sang in Shubert's "Blossom Time". County Ga., and had made hi'' hundreds of gifts were wrapped I
to this communityover about Is to be givenby for the mailed. Countless time
them. County put resulted from a heart at- A hill billy number home in Hampton past and *
the top. Pvts. Luther Hayes and Charles two years. He had been em was given to personal services [

In hands and in those of your fellow men The salvage drive must be con- tack.Mr. Blair. A unique musical trio with ployed by the Post Engineers at such as contacting persons at
your' the necessary! to tinuous, Mr. Dyer says, but cer- Moody was a lifelong resident Pvt. Peter Patello at the harmonica Camp Blanding but resigned a camp and in the community, '\;
who inhabit this earth lies all power toward tain perlodi: of time are set for of Bradford County and had I Pvt. Manlblanco at the piano month ago because of ill health. assistance In securing living accommodations -

insure for all time "Peace on Earth, Good Will certain drives to get In certain i. lived on the same place near. and Pvt. Alex Blase at the accordIon la. addition to his wife Mrs shaving showers '

Men" We already have it in our hearts, but we wilt articles that are very badly needed Long Bridge for the past 24 will be presented. Lillian Meyer he la survived by: postage stamps money orders and

until we unselfishly give it to At present he states that years. Following the show will be a six sons and one daughter. the like.
"ever know it ourselves Starke and Bradford Countjf areaway He Is survived t>y his wife Mrs. dance with a new IRTC orchestra Arrangements were In chargiof A conservative estimate I* that

others behind with their quotas In, Fronle Moody; two sons. Jay composed only of trainee privates.Pvt. DeWitt C. Jones, and the body over 7,000 persons participated rIn
and that the first two weeks" m Moody, Starke, and Vel' n ell; I Zlbura drums, Pvt. D'Anto- was shipped to Augusta Ga., 10r the various events, activities >.

January ha v e b een designatedas Moody, Lakeland; two daughters;; nlo saxophone Pvt. Anthony In- burial. and program This could have

Alexander Buys the period to catch up with all; Lois, of Tampa, and Melba of glanl piano Pvt. Harold Erlandson been possible only with the full

At of it. Keyitone'Heights; three brothers,, violin Pvt. Maglstro gultai, Full Program cooperation: of the citizen ofStarke 4;
j The Library There are five commodities that Barney Moody Lake' Wales MarIan and Pvt. Alex) Blaso, accordion,, Womens Service OrganU tzaUon. ,
the government Is calling for In Moody and Obler Moody, Long The dance will continue until IOC AtAJSO-YWCA Girls Service Organization ',,
PARIS-UNDERGROUND. la Balin BuildingL. thU: 'salvage collection and which Bridge; and three sisters, Mrs A. M. on New Year's Day. Novelties During Holidays Soldiers CouncU, Soldiers wives, $!
Wong the books,
great ,war collected In this concerted Charlie McKlnney and Mrs. Arle
IIld will be horns and bells, will b< relatives 'and the Employed Staff \
one that may truly be called drive as follows: Brown, Starke, and Mrs. Fronle available to welcome the New For' those who wish to make
unique. The author, Etta Alexander, p r eminent All kinds of
B. metal. Johns of Auburndale.
1. Scrap resolutions .for the coming
IJSilber, operated an "underimead" Waldo merchant, who up until a scrap metal is badly needed. The Funeral services were held Sun Year. resident of Starke are year; the Army Council Wives'' A. J. Harnage i

|]British through which many few months ago also: operated a drlv has been attempted throughthe with day afternoon at .4 o'clock at the cordially All invited to attend the Council has made a special se- Rites Sunday ,,

France. soldiers escaped from store in Starke has purchased schools and has met graveside In McKlnney Cemetery and Join In the festi :ret file where resolutions will be -I
:5e! she was caught by clothing store building at 143 : fair support In some schools. However near Long Bridge. The Rev. C. vities.performance eased away for safekeeping A Friends here were saddened. ,
Nazis, imprisoned tried, the Ba- the people of the county C. Butler officiated and arrange year from now the sealed envelopes last Friday,to learn of the death
\IUI eventually exchanged for W. Call St., from Mrs. \Vm. much better duringthe ments were In charge of Wilson The winner of the regular Tuesday -
tile must respond will will be mailed to the "good of A. J. Harnage, after an Ulnesn
I "Hairdresser spy"-J'oban. York City. drive, and get the Home, Lake City. night Bingo who have
of New
Un resolvers" so that they may re- of several weeks in the Jackson ;
hl j
I Hoffman of the "Bremen"tnd transaction schools and Junk his nephews: an opportunity to telephone
bearers were
In announcing the scrap In to the Pall flew the year and ascertain how Memorial Hospital, Miami. ,
Year's Eve was
| returned to America. Brown Fate Brown folks on New
stated .
this week Mr. Alexander dealers. needed. Raymond Claude Brown Cpl. Rahe, of IRTC Officers Personnel many resolutions) were broken.Chose He was 66 years old and had ,
1H8: the Tin cans are urgently Chester Moody at the Army wives'
FBI IN FRANCE AND that the consideration was In throughthe Johns. Section. present pent i most of his life In Bradford
collected and Junior
been Seborn Moody
,* full.by Frederick L. Collins. neighborhood of $Sooo. Many schools have but there has been luncheon held yesterday the YWCA at the bounty until Nov. 1942 when he.
: HBO Club operated by
of excitement and susWU moved to Miami
The Although his plans are not yet no outlet for them. Plans are Truck ,Owners New Gas Users nltlated the use of the file at the
author war correspondent Is survived by
| stated the collec- Mr.: Harnage
Mr. Ale xander worked out for sonclusion of the meal which was
definite, being Check ODTA ,
of these. Must Apply Soon Four daughters Mrs. Eddie BaUtiger
re-enter the and disposition and served by members
to repared
Mended all of the many traln- that he Intend tion collect these of Lake City Mrs. I.eilsy ,
field In Starke, and is asked to 'from the ODT office of the group. Plans for a round
"r Everyone release
courses for members of merchandising for handling. I Alt! truck owners must applyfor Parrlsh and Mrs. Annie Mae Cle4
tile! organization so he apr will probably open for business in and prepare' them at cen-; 1944. renewal pf certificates of warns persons planning to robin ping pong tournament were non>. Miss Geraldine Harnage e
picked up
soon as the will be business Involving the announced by Mrs. Eugene
0Ichee as These a new
his subject as an exPert his new during this war necessity beginning January open and one son Billy Harnage. all
i and the result is the present tenants, a military supply tral collecting points 1, according to an announcementthis uae of commercial motor vehiclesto iamm, president of the ArmyWives' of Miami; five sisters, Mrs. R. C. fy

1orlzed and definitive work. store, can be conveniently vacated. drive., be collectedas week by W. L. Blair, chief check In advance with the ODT Cuncll. Mia Sara Reed, Groover. Mia ml; lCr,>! Bertha
lie Waste fat must of director of the club, will give instruction -
3. avoid the possibility
begIns office
J Board.
| with an historical needed for the clerk of the Rationing Jroover; and Mrs. Verda Dobbs ,
11ch of the Bureau and con- Several months ago Mr. Alexander it is urgently of explosives. Arrangements '- He also stated that all auto heavy financial loss if refused : and coaching interested.in the A Kr*. Carl Dobbe of Lake City and vtfrs
in manufacturing of war necessity to those
Certificates fame
? his book with a flrst1 sold the stock of goods been made with dealers Including scrap dealers gasoline. B. M. McRae of Starke.
have will not be bowlIng league is being organized,
biographical of J.taiilr the site now occupiedby new or used vehicles, passenger for gasoline
sketch his store at for the collection holding Funeral services were held Sun-
meat markets t a rtlng new Jso, by Mrs. Richard Jaynes.
Hoover Director of the Lovett's, and since that time the faU. They will c o m m e rclal or motorcycle given to persons s lay afternoon and Interment was
the waste Members will play at a special
attention to of to file inventories business or extended operation
has given his entire pound and give are required In I Dyal Cemetery under the dIrection -
His decision pay 4 cent per the board of all such unless such business Is determinedto ate of 80 a line, made possible
ALSO THE HILLS, by his store In Waldo.Starke field will two meat: ration points. A truck with hand at close of business. be essential to the war ef- through the cooperation of the of Key-McCabe, Jackson-
vehicles on
:':" Parkinson Keye, is a to re-enter newS the! to many of his old from Jacksonville will visit 81 Starke Dec. 31. fort. (Continued on page 8) nil*.
R England story.L be good (Continued on pare
customers here.


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Saturday. IV TILE tOIHT OF Tilt ('Ol''II'ry T
r working but not quite as Mid as peace and victory and bring you ette Douglas In Starke with Jl'IX.K. IIMIUFOKK C.OIMI.: one ':y)1',
home 1
returned FLOKIUt.IV
TELEGRAPH letter from safely home. Jeanette South "lt., ,, Tge.hMplil
BRADFORD COUNTY when you receive a .
THE Marie for a short stay. lit: Estate of BK.tnoltVCltoxnv. cunlltlll",,, ," g; Twenq'l)
one-time best girl announcing Incompetent.NOTICE )'hl
your and Mrs. Grady Baxter of nln'I" ,
Established 1877 the arrival of twins. (The following items were leftover Mr. OF APPLICATION> FOR ('omni i ,?_ ysrr '
front the Issue of Dec. 21)) Baldwin visited relatives duringthe LEAVE! TO HELL; LAND Corns, ( 'b,
MBMSBR.FLoRJM No joking (as Jim Goodfellow holidays.Mr. Notice Is hereby given to all (' l i'F'thL:, '"'i', 0'
whom It may concern that thr Ih4 ,
Ardell "
PRESS ASSOCIATION would say) after this war Is over Mrs. Gordon: Wadsworth Jr.,, and Mrs James Cason and D. Crosby, an Guardian of the ,

and we civilian workers return to entertained the Intermediate classof and Jimmie, were state of Beaborn Crosby: Incomnentent .' : V-,
NAi10NAIbbiI0R1AhASSOCIATIW' children will, on 4th day of I
life. I don't know 94t.e nUlldr.d
private the Christian Church with a Xmas guests of Ralph Beville and January, A. D, apply to the yard I lh., o10'. '
I to become of those who party Friday night, Dec. 17. Each Gainesville.Mr. Honorable K K. Ferryman County forty 140, ,'ur ,' th'ginning
berries at family Judge' In and for said County, ', e1 I
j E. L. Matthew ._____________ Editor and OwnerSt'HSCIllPTIO.V once grew members had the privilege of Inviting : and Mrs. Harold Sapp of at his office In the Courthouse: In I$p4)! ''If 9e0 hr!
Li wtey If my old friend Chap- a guest, and when all had of Starke, In said County, at 10:00: ("a') AlII tetemy ..
pie Smith, was correct In a statement Jacksonville were Xmas guests o'clock A. M.. or as noon thereafter I t:
RATE assembled at the Church, Christmas mother Mrs. Nora Sapp. is the matter can be heard, .
he once made,jthe strawberry carols were sung by the their for authority to sell, at public or 5S5So
Yearly, '1.13; Six: Months, $1.00 Indu a try hU- been the also Pvt. Pledger Gainey of Fort private sale, the following! described ( E'I', '
group. Indoor games were his family real estate In said County quarter *"" /("
N C., visited ( I
source of hog and hominy for the wit: Quartet iOEy .41'
Pabllshod Weekly on Friday and Entered a* Second Claim Matterat farmers In and around Lawtey enjoyed. over the week-end. West Half (W%) of Northwest Quartet (i I\WI.I' ), ant'*"J*

the font office at Starke, Florhla.J for three-quarters of a century or Later Mrs. Wadsworth, assist Clifton Lawhorn of Tallahassee Quarter (NW.) except one (1) quarter, IHUI".4( > <"/!
ed by Marian Johns and Jean Ad- acre In Northwest Corner (NW Quarter ( Wti1. .,
J more. What the future will be, visited his father, Rev. Lawhorn, Cor) one hundred forty (140) Quartet' '"E'H.)
kins, served assorted sandwiches, i yards North and South by thirty- sixteen 116.. All
only time and Camp Blanding can during the holidays. Town'b,
' Month South' ,
Venereal Disease Control I cookies and coca colas. I of Jack five (35) yards East and West Range ''W.nh
that tell. : Mrs. Bessie Brannen also all-Enst (K\\oi, ) of Northwest containing sarentyyi
With Governor Spessard L. Holland's proclamation Those 'present to enjoy the occasion sonville\ visited her mother, Mrs. Quarter (NWW) West of Bragg more nr b I.c., '

I Venereal Disease Control Month, were: Mrs. Wadsworth, Hranch. Also Southwest' Quarter which applicatio
January be observed as Lawhorn. last week. on willi
Hampton Happenings I (8W," ) of Southwest Quartet: the petitiory for
Florida becomes first in the Nation to launch a "daring Marian Johns, Barbara Horne, Mike Tilghman left Monday for (SWVi\ all In Section Sixteen (161 In said ('ourt yl.
By Barbara Home Township seven (7) South. Range
Jean and Helen Adklns, Mabel will the Dated Derembrr
the two most Illinois, where he enter Twenty (20) East; Also Northwest
State-wide against 1)I
and bombastic" CHRISTMAS ACTIVITIES Smith, Margaret Hall Dickey, Navy. Quarter (NWVi) of Northwest 11-1 5t 12 ItnEGt 1

treacherous diseases known to man. May Betty and Martha Horne,, Mr. and Mrs. Luther Sowell of .
On December 17 Mrs.
The educational-control campaign against syphilis and Friday Donald Falrcloth. Jean and Norma Mlcanopy visited friends and relatives
Marjorie Wadsworth entertainedthe and John It. Hall. FOR SAFETY COMFORT AND
Sweeney, here Sunday. ECONOMY
gonorrhea sponsored by the State Board of Health in Intermediate Class of the
Mr. and Mra. Cleve Falrcloth Mr. and Mrs. Lee Green and

cooperation with the U. S. Public Health Service, the Armed Christian Christmas Sunday School Carols.with a and son, Donald, visited friendsin children were guests of relativesin FLORIDA MOTOR LINE BUSSFOR' |
party. weresung
Forces and the State-Civilian Defense. It is directed by Dr. by the group and Indoor Ocala and Dunnellon Sunday.Mr. Gainesville Sunday.

R. F. Sondag, Director of the Board's Venereal Disease games played. Later refresh- and Mrs. W. A. Saxon, Sr.,, Mrs. V. V. Hazen and children, COURTEOUS CORRECT INFO IA
In during the week- and Jimmie, were PLEASE PHONE
Division. ments, of assorted cookies, sand were town Marcia Kay 147 1
> of her parents,
Christmas guests
rate the highest in the wiches and Coca-Cola were served end.Mrs.
With Florida's venereal disease and a very nice evening enjoyed. Mae Sweeney left Mondayfor Mr. and Mrs. Sowell at LaCrosse. -

country, every possible channel will be utilized in distributing A Christmas program was giv- Philadelphia, Pa., to attend Pvt. Merle Gano of Camp Blan- UNION BUS STATIONLACY

and of the the funeral of her aunt Mrs. Let- ding and Mr. and Mrs. Ovid Ganoof
information about the cause, prevention cure en by the Junior Clam of the
Christian Church Wednesday evening tie Ayers.J. I Gainesville were holiday guestsof CONWAY, Agent

( disease. Dec. 22, with Mrs. Marian E. Coleman left Friday of relatives here.IN Temple Are. Starke

4 The campaign is was said, is a result of requests by Johns as teache-Carols were last week for Raleigh N. C., as THE COUNTY JI'DG E'9 rOl'lITFOR ,

'I the Army and Navy for civilian cooperation in their fightto sung by the group and gifts given Assistant Signalman for S. A. L. IIHAUFOHU. COINTY.

service Both syphilis to all present.On Railway. Mrs. Coleman and FLORIDA.TO
control the disease among men. WHOM IT MAY CONCERN:
daughter, Joyce, have returned to Notice Is hereby given that Ihavs
it and gonorrhea are diseases which flourish with wartime Thursday evening Dec. 23, their home at Winter Haven.W. filed my Final Accounting anAdministratrix I
Santa made his at the of the Estate of
r conditions and medical authorities declare them as Public appearance A. Saxon, Jr., of the Merchant Henry John Koltlng- and will on
Methodist Church to the delight the 15th day of January 144 make
Marine Is enjoying the holidays -
Health Enemy Number One on both the fighting and home of all small children. The Sunday application to the County Judge of
at home. Bradford County Hon E. K. Ferryman -
front. School Supt., L D. Eiland,, Miss Ethel Mae Durling spent for Final Discharge as said

the real danger of these diseases gave a very Interesting talk anda Administratrix -
"It is hightime that Saturday In Jacksonville. Ruth D. Kolllngr
explained to the Christmas program was enjoy. Miss Virginia Dyal is visiting As Administratrix: of Estate of
., be brought into the open and intelligently Deceased Cy
,.,:. ed. At the close Santa presentedthose Henry John Rolling.

:'" public. In the past there has been the inclination to shush- present with gifts and relatives Mr and In Mrs.Tampa.Watterson, Dorothy 12.' 4t 1-7 ____ I

about them. It is safe to say candy. ; iv rmct"IT cornT. BRADFORD
'It r'y 4. ,I shush any open discussion and Harvene Watterson and COUNTY, FLOHIUII I'M: (. e

'. ...,, that fewtdtseases are taken so lightly as syphilis and gon- A, Christmas program was also Mrs. Mae Touchton were shop CF.RY. .411I-1 "
; + H. A. Prescott Plaintiff, vs. Plllle
; ._ enjoyed by all present Sunday
In Gainesville Saturday.BROOKER'
other in the devastation ping Joe Prescott Defendant. Case No.
far outrank
: i1 t,Irhea- yet.they any morning at the ;t Baptist Church. 2812ORDER ,
"wreckr'up0n humanity," Dr. Sondag said. The different Sunday School OF PtTPLICATIOV
.,., T1 hpoiirts to be stressed in the drive are Venereal classes presented the pro g ram By Minnie Lou Hazen STATE OF FLORIDA to: Blllle 4, l N
and Carols were sung by the Joe Prescott whose residence I* / t
2-Venereal disases are dangerous; Unknown.You q
"-"dlswes catching: congregation-At the close Santa SCOUT PARTY are required to appear on jI y. 4r.iji .

Venereal Diseases can be cured; 4-that everyone made a reappearance enroute to Mrs. Cecil Moore. Scout Leader, January 17th 1944 In the above ; 6
named Court and cause, wherein
LL shoulif "havW'a blood test-and that treatment should be the North Pole and candy and and Miss Phlllla Hazen, Assistant plalntfff seeks divorce. Bradford

gifts were given. Leader, e n t e rtalned the Girl County Telegraph shall publish this
ltain (p i- (from a doctor or at a public health clinic. Order In next four weekly InsuesWitness .
,, Scouts with a Christmas Partyat
.. my hand and official
.111 "':''J'" the home of Mrs. Moore Thurs seal at Starke. Florida, this December : "aFreedom
Thursday evening. Dec. 23, 14th 1943
: ... Mrs. J. W. Home honored her day afternon; Dec. 23. Games (OFFICIAL SEAL) A J. Thomas
: As Clerk of said Court.T .
; UNCLEJOE'S were played and gifts exchanged.
,; Sunday School class of the Baptist Frank: I.andrum, Starke, FloridaAtt. of CHOICE
Refreshments of hot chocolate, for Pit 12-17 4t 1.7
Church with a party. The
assorted cookies and candles were ALL THE: TALK about Freedom whit il
/ group began the evening by attending i IV: CIRCUIT r i'Rio OF RIGIITHJlIMtlll. WITH ,
the Christmas program at served. I ('IIU'lfIT. IN: "N II of choice
fern BRADFORD COUNTY. f After all, freedom of choice can mean the same thin
the Methodist Church and from Mr. and Mrs. Earl Green and' FI.ORlnt. IV' (H.'NCERY.'
r ot' JA'Vi" all the other freedom people are talking about-tad i
m Jf 1 I there Christmas Carols were sung children, Gayle and Shirley tlon of THOMAS JEFFERSON ALT- others beside In large measure, freedom of choice in
I t ; over the town and especially to were Christmas dinner guests of MAN. this war ia about

By J. L. IIARRELL the homes where there was sick Mrs. Green's parents, Mr. and TO-? Albert Altman NOTICE whose residenceIs > Freedom of choice mean such ordinary thing ai ti

!f- ness. Later in the evening they Mrs. W. H. Hinton in Gainesville. Unknown father of Thomas Jefferson soy bean in the south field next year, if you think It''

.. were served refreshments. Mr and Mrs. Artford Brown Altmaa a mInor. thing to do. It means buying the kind of flour you t
You are hereby notified that on
and son Buster, were Christmas this December 8th. A. n 1941, JosephH. give you the bet biscuit It mean you and you
When I first came to Lawtey, season's average to be 2Sc, or $8 W.M.U. MEETING dinner of Hogan Smith Post and Ruth E. Pout (formerly "y doing the deciding whether he'll go to college, or lev

back in* 1911, strawberries 'were per bushel crate. Mrs. J. W. Horne was hostess guests Ruth E. Altman) his. wife, filed be a toolmaker.
and family at Sampson City, They their sworn petition for the adoption -
being grown, harvested and shipped The heavIest year's shipmentthat to the W.M.U. Thursday afternoon were also Sunday dinner guestsof of Thomas. Jefferson Altman.a Freedom of choice la the soil in which character groJ

by carloads. And when'I say I recall was a little over two Dec. 23, with eight members relatives at Hawthorne. you minor Albert, and Altman this Is to to he command and ,/ This freedom of choice-and its counterpart, a tati
al'peal' -
carloads, I mean Just that.'Back million quarts. The old Lawtey present The Royal Service Mr. and Mrs. Jean Hazen and In said Court and Cause on responsibility for the decision made-has done mac

in those daya we used refrigerated State Bank was Just bulging with program was used and Topic for January 10th, 1944, and to show develop the character that ia going to win thu <4r-OT
"The of the Wit daughter, Myrtle, of Sarasotaare cause why said petition should' not battle fronts on the farm, in industry. And when the
( freight for shipment of fruits and strawberry money before the month: Song here. be granted Otherwise the allegations -
vegetables and those cars carried growers even began to ship snap ness". The Bible Study was given visitingrelatives of said petition will be taken tory is won, the kind of America we have fought mil wo
The Mr. and Mrs.. H. S. Hazen and as confessed by you. to preserve must be a country in which every man snd woi
180 bushel crates of berries. beans, green corn and cabbage. 1 by Mrs. Jessie Morgan. daughters Helen Jane and Fran IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I and every boy and girl, will have freedom of choice in

They took about five days to But oh how the mighty have i program referred to Christmasas ces Marian of Center Hill were have hereunto set my hand and greater measure. General Electric Co., Schenectady, I
make New York from Lawtey, fallen! From what I see and it was ushered In on the wingsof Official Seat at Stark. Hradford ,)
Christmas guests of G. W. Hazen. County, Florida, this December 8th., Onh
arrived in good condition and : hear, the coming season's shipment a song. It was a song bornIn A. D. 1943.A. t lilt.' tin Cnml Elictrie robs fntrtrnf "Th G-E All/,id
Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Barry and $saliy 10 .... Elf T.t1BC-"Tl< W.rUT L>i * sold like hot glngei'cakes and pink' of berries will be about 10 Heaven and sung In the nightby :J. THOMAS Clerk of Circuit .. f
children Helen, Jackie and Wilbur Court. Bradford County, Florida. errJ waklq 0:11 ,.... .EWT, CBS
lemonade at an Inland county ,' percent of what It once was. a choir of Angels. were Xmas guests of relatives (OFFICIAL, SEAL) 12-10 4t 12.31

fair. Later, about 1930, we began However, since the refrigeratedtrucks During the social hour Mrs. In Leesburg. Alias Frances IV CIRCtIT ; tnRA.DFORD'' ... BUY WAR BONDS

to use refrigerated express cars have taken this transportation Horne, assisted by her dauglfter. Barry returned home with them COl'VTY' FLOIUI I IV CIIAV-: '

that held 280 bushel crates. business from the railroads Barbara, and Mrs. K. B. Watter- for several days visit. Hurtow CBHY. Baxter F1alntlf, vs GENERAL||ELECTRK.

The main shipping season started and now that rubber and son, served sandwiches, fruit cake Mr. and Mrs. O. J. Mott and infant Liucile Etoxter, Defendant. Case

around March 20 and lasted gas is being rationed. I guess it's and coffee. Gifts..were exchangedby daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Hugh No. ORDER 8S01. OF, PUBLICATIONAND

six weeks, the peak often reachIng I just as well that our berry crop members. Rahn and daughter, Merna Lou. NOTICE TO APPEAR
will be small. Otherwise the STATE OF FLORIDA' to Luc-lie
4,000 bushel crates or around of Raiford :
MiSs of Jackson and Mrs Beta Brown
fruit would have to remain in Madge Gay... Baxter, whose residence Is Un-
130,000 quarts per day. Prices ville, was guest, of. her parents. visited Mrs. Bannle Mott and known.
fields. You are to
the required
appear on
d I've
were generally good'a a Mr. and Mrs. 'O. D. Gay, duringthe family Sunday.' January 10th., 1944 In the above
known berries to average :SOc per Speaking about strawberries week-end. Mr. and Mrs. L. Mott and children named Court and cause, wherein

quart f. o. b. Lawtey during the and what they once were Is just of High Springs visited Mrs. plaintiff seeks divorce. Bradford AnotherMilestone
Miss Virginia Dyal Is spendingthe County Telegraph shall publish this
first few days of shipping, and a about as sad as a graveyard Bannle Mott and family Sunday.Mr. Order In next four weekly Issues.
Christmas holidays
-- and Mrs. Raymond Crews my hand and official
Mrs. Elizabeth B e d e nbaugh seal at Starke. Florida this December
and daughter, Marjorie Sue, of 7th, '941.
WE CAN spent the week-end par
.Jacksonville were guests of O. W. OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas
ents, ),(1'. and Mrs. L. .D. Eiland. As Clerk of said Court.
WRITE TIMBER DEPARTMENT Mr. and Mrs. Owen Simmons Barry and family Saturday and K. K. Perryman, Starke Florida.
tty. for Plf. 12-10 4t 12-31
4 CONTAINER CORPORATION OF AMERICA of Jacksonville; were guests of Sunday.Pvt. .
Leslie Thomas of Georgia
J Christmas day. visited his mother for a few days. COl''VTY, FLOItlUl IV: (.....,,:\-
Mr. and Mrs. Abe Crosby and CEIIY.Emma .
u _..... .. ,,-- .,,_ .. ___ u _.. -... ., u-" -.-,... Qo Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Wads- and Ima Jane Todd Adklnx, Plaintiff v..
children Freddie Jadl W, Adklns
FUNERAL DIRECTOR worth and family and Miss! Marian and Mr. and Mrs. Larsen Mintz No. 2814.

t My Many Yearn Experience Makes It Possible for Me to Render Mrs.Johns Kathryn were week-end Marr, of guests Jacksonville of and daughter'Bobble, of Jacksonville AND ORDER NOTICE OF PUBLICATION TO APPEAR Is Reache|

EFFICIENT, PROMPT MODERATE and COURTEOUS PRICES SERVICE and Mrs.were Christmas Lee Gainey.guests of Mr W.nall STATE Adklns, South OF whose Carolina.FLORIDA residence to Is: PreB-Jadle

Dennis Parker, Seaman 1-c.TJ. Mr.- and Mrs., L. O. Hazen andlaughter You are required to appear on

DeWITI' C. JONES <. S. Coast Guard has returned to Minnie Lou, Mr. and January 17th. 1944,''In' the above. 1
named 'Court and cause, wherein
Starke, Florida St. Augustine after enjoying a Mrs. E. J. Hazen and children plaintiff seeks divorce Bradford

leave at home. were in Gainesville Friday. County Telegraph shall publish this
Order In next four weekly issues -
Mrs. Marian Gnann and family Mr. and Mrs. A. P. Ashurst of Witness my hand and official

SEA FOODS CHICKEN DINNERS at Jacksonville, are visiting" relatives Cocoa were guests of L. O. seal cember at 14tb.Starke.1943.Florida, this De 2

here this week. Hazen and f.a m ily for several (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas _

STEAKS CHOPS Mrs. Grace Deal of Jacksonville days. T.A. Frank Clerk I of.andrum.said Court.Starke. Florida -1-

DELICIOUS HOME-MADE CHILI spent the week-end with her Cpl. and Mrs. Resale Colson, of Atty. for Plf 11T 4t1-7

parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Ad- Valdosta. Ga., were guests of relatives

klns. Christmas. ..

TEMPTING. TASTY. SANDWICHES Mr.1;; and Mrs. Cleve Falrcloth Mrs. J. H. Hazen of Jacksonville

DELICIOUS HOME MADE PIES and son, Donald, are spending Mrs. A. E. McKinney Jr., Looking backward over the have not forgouen

the holidays at Live Oak. and mother, Mrs. W. B. Cahoonof hate hilt
Mr. and Mrs. Bruce White and Gainesville visited G. W. Hazen BackacheMay past year we see many, many fidence you strive

A & A LUNCHEONETTE laughter, of Jacksonville wereweekend Sunday. Warn of Disordered instances of your goodwill will make w

guests of Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Rosa Plnholster visited relatives Kidney Action and consideration. little harder, that

ServiceIn In Jacksonville Saturday
2i-Hour Les Brown.
lit*with Its hurry sod 'our,1 H
Starke Florida Avery Slade, U. S. Army, is enjoying Miss Martha Evelyn Markeyand 1.t"b: Improper eating worry tome up to)
Park Theatre Bldg. It is in of
the holidays at home. Miss Frances Tilghman of drlnking-1u: risk of exposure and I Infoe appreciation
: i f'0family
t1OD.- throws
heavy strain on the workof isles
I Roy Starr. U. S. Navy, arrived Jacksonville were Christmas the kldn.,... They are apt to become these kindnesses that we take Good x
Call- of Mr. and Mrs. W.Mar- OYOMUed and 1.11 to Biter sireaa acid friends
week from
of last guests Tr
Monday and othsr(Isapurltlas from the hisgivingYou advantage of the New Year you
',' : 'ornia to spend the holidays with blood.

'.:, DRY CLEANING & TAILORING lU wife, Mrs. Hazel Starr after key.Sgt. Bob Long of Ft. Bennlng.Ga headaeba' may, dlaalnns luffer,Bagging getting up backache night I ., Season to tell you that we friends.

an absence of a year and half In is visiting his parents. leg paint, .lUn.-I..1 constantly
Varnedoe has tired nervous*all worn out.Other.1....
Work Mrs. Florence returned -
Quick Service High Quality the of kidney or bladder dlaordar are sometime
I Mr. and Mrs. Gordom Weest home after an extended burning, scanty or too frequent
and daughters Louise and Betty visit with relatives a t Stein- Try Pill. Doan't help

of Miami are visiting Mr. and hatch ee. kidneys to pare off harmful e>eees body
CLEANERS 'I ....t.. They have bad
NEW METHOD more than
Mrs. T, F, Brown Mrs. Ferny Sanderson and son. century of public approval. Are recommended half a

Miss June Johnson of Jacksonville Junior, of Tampa were Christmas by.grateful ojeta everywhere. EASTERN AUTO SUPP1?
Mr. and Mrs. E. O. Edwards, Proprietors A.k gear B iAborDOANS/
. visited relatives here last guests of her mother, Mrs. D. W.

, 315 TEMPLE AVE. week. Hazen.
PHONE 135 -
To our boys In Service every Miss Bettye Sue Cason Is visiting I PILLS V. S. ST. JOHN

STARKE FLORIDA where: We wish you Happiness relatives In High Springs. .

.J and may the year 1944 give yoR Miss Marie Green visited Jean-


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FLA. STATE FARMBy. Sr., and Dr. and Mrs. R. P. Stul celve appointments for the Army; Tabernacle

No. 1 Problem 'I'Ilher bins, Jr, and d a u ghter, Mary and Navy college training pro-
K. It. UouvlerCIW1STMAS Rivers, spent Christmas! week-en gram (a-12 and V-12)) may .tli: Evangelist Walter Zvoda, world

BRIDGE PARTY In Tallahassee with rei tlves. apply for enlistment in V-S which* traveler and lecturer, of Saginew.

In addition he or she will be able 1 as a talented l. serious The bridge Club held Its Christ Mr. and Mrs. J. O. RanlaU+ leads to com missioned officer Michigan, who has traveled and
J worker He In Pales-
\ It.bfamH to spread the disease to others.A 'already has done much to ma party Dec. 23 at the Com spent Christmas with Mr. and status in the Navy or collected many pictures
lIt'althU promotethe Need- the Gospel Taber-
will be at
public and Corps forces, tine,
tremendous amount of mon general health In munlty Club house. The membership Mrs. W. W. Fish and Mr.
) 'llIy'adford our com nacle three nights Jan. 5. 6, and
( been has dwindled considernbl Mrs. J. O. Randall In Jackaor.vllle. ham explained.
effort has
and ;
i< 7, to give
seniors -
JIpart.n1t'nte since so of our al'e< High school graduates or '
Ib to combat venereal disease In this: him capable representatives from many women of the world. '
this Interesting part
working these Mrs. E. A. McLrndo of 17 who will not reach
this| community country. Considering the many organizations and towns In Brad days. Mr. and Mrs. R. P. Jan You will want to avail yourself"of
In ot the dam- hundreds of thousands of hidden ford County to help him do the Bradshaw won high score and were guests of Mrs. J. T. Condi eighteenth birthday before to see some
this opportunity
, exlent syphilis to out cases and cases inadequately Job. In Clay County the head of Mrs. Bryan Whitfield bingo, In in Gainesville Saturday and Sun- nary 1, and who will graduate which is so muchIn
> 1044 of the country
1, ,,
bY March 1, or July
the scrambled
word contest Mrs, by
health, In thet&f'I treated It 'would fee accurate to the committee Is Mrs. John Clerke day. the public mind at this time
410cal attempt was say that If our Ideal goal was who, also a capable worker, will M. E. Grlner! and Mrs. Biad' Pvt. Lee Humphrey of Camp are eligible for V-S enlistment

, national an basis, to 100 per cent we have accomp direct her efforts toward eradicating shaw tied; on cutting Mrs. Grl Gordon wall a week-end gueat of now. Eighteen-year-olds who are '

's IntO the open lished only about 10 percent of ,I syphilis In the county. ner won. All prizes were Wa; Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Kite. in their final semester of high
problem Stamps. F r m a pretty llttli school are also eligible. Enlistees
syphilis, not as our objective. In many rural I The Intensive drive o Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Bouvle
on syphilis untIl after
about will not begin training
tree the guests received their an
comiIIlfiI8e have lea, .
but as a areas we accomplished( and gonorrhea starts were Christmas guests of their!
on a statewide
from high
disease It Is.I the nual exchange gifts. Refreshments and graduation I AT LAST
whIch than that considering great i basis In January. In this flon-ln-law and daughter Mr.
!! consisted. of fruit cake with Applicants'may apply at Navy
done on large lack of dissemination of badly issue you will see the Governor's Mrs. C. A. McRae at Mclntogh.
were I whipped cream and coffee. recruiting stations in Jacksonville
venereal disease Informa
people and StatlstICiled needed proclamation signalling the start J. L. Robinson spent Chrlstma Gainesville A Face Powder that
found, I tion. : of this, educational campaign. lRTIID.LUN'UEOS"' day and Sunday with his motheiSrs. .

Ire to estimate the To sum up, our No. 1 problem 'Every citizen Is called on to do Mrs. Bryan Whitfield entertained J. C. Robinson, at Seville STAYS and STAYS

;r of cases In the cpub- in this country is: his part in this commendable project at a "Raggedy Ann and returned by way of DeLam Calls On WomenTo and STAYS !

.0U8 figures were I 1, Find the vast reservoir of Official and unofficial persons luncheon on Dec. 23, honoring to visit Mrs. Robinson, who Is r at Join WavesA ,
111111 14, 1 In 10, 1 syphilis cases that are now hId- I and agencies are asked to her daughter Helen, eleven years Dr. Flndley's Sanitarium. He reports -

on, However, the I den and treat them until they are help and set the example to the old that day. The living room that she Is Improving.Mr. patriotic call to the young y.
s! MB 17"T1NGEE
rOt cases minedcouIt, rendered: harmless to themselves citizenry of the county by having and dining room were brightenedwith and Mrs. M.\ L. Crews entertained women of Starke was sounded today AMAZING

be dete.. 'and to others. their blood tests singly or In Christmas flowers and: Mr. Crews two brothers by Mrs. Jeanette Young local
To that the total I 2. Keep close to 100 percent of groups, either: from their private greenery and the table setting, -.rG.CW Juns| WAVES!: volunteer recruiter who

Ida any publishedthere the already known cases under doctor or at the clinic. The clinic was carried out In 'the same colors ers, G. W. Crews of Tampa ani. said that as a member of the d

1 are more cases treatment until they are rendered will give special time to club and centered with a beautifully A. A Crews of Belle Glade bve Women' Reserve of the Navy 9.e

than there are regisbe harmless to themselves and to I groupu. All you need to do Is decorated cake with r e d. the Christmas Holiday. they would be performing a great SACS p.W .SR

Health Department others. contact us. Help pass out the I candles. Place cants were red Mr. and Mrs. R. N. Duke of service to their country.

'Ion, And, almost asa To return to the State of Florida leaflets, posters and other materials stars. Each guest brought gIfts Jacksonville were Ch r 1st I mas "Never In the history has there 1. "Potal-rtnUS" clings for extra hour"

the fact that of the I -The Nation's No. 1 problemIs as Mr. Edwards! and Mrs. and a Jolly time was had by Betty; guests of Mr. and Mrs. l>f. P been such an urgent need for the 2. Helps hid. tiny frecklei-olvei' your

stered cases only about even greater than In this state. :Clerke, in their respective coun- Williams, Marie Wiggins, Carolyn Holmes services of American women," akin a imeelh, soft "Petal-Finish.1

finish an adequate The colored rate for syphilis Is ties, call on you. Offer the window Bradley, Peggy Caldwell. Grace Mr and.Mr's.T. M. Connors are Mra. Young declared. 3.Non-coking..In.tkklestw.oeh.r.

.reatment.. The other the highest In the nation and the : space In your store whether I Crews, Patsy and Mary Bea Cot on a business trip to Mlamt "This la total war-a war In 4. COIOg-BLtNDD In ala lovely

lapse their treatment white rate is the third highest. I It be a drug store or a tavern, hills Roberta Whitfleld assisted Miss Betty McRae who 1m which every woman as well as Petal-l'lnlih1'' shades-tor each com

n or another. I This makes our job here JUSt a : for the venereal disease posters.Encourage her mother In serving and entertaining been spending a part of ber every man must play a part." plexion., blondes,brunettes, redheads.

\I\ s peculiar disease. little harder. Some months agoa your help both In the her guests. Christmas vacation from school "Men In the Navy," she explained $100

s person with this dint meeting was held In Jacksonville home and In business to have a SUNDAY SCHOOL TKEK with her grandparents, Mr, and "are In there to fight." so* ond

along better If he attended by representativesof I blood test and If positive to stay The Community Sunday School Mrs. Bouvler, concluded her via. "Dut to back their attack, toseep PLUS TAX

treatment than amount.If he the Army and Navy medical i ii under treatment until dischargedby held a carol. singing and gift with them last week. Her rUster them fighting; she con- 3fAN6ea

Inadequate departments and the U. S. Pub- the doctor.To party Dec. 23. Presents were distributed Patricia and Eleanor accompanied tinued. "There are Important, i

in left alone In many i lic Health Service. There It was all the people of these two l from a prettly decorated her to her home at McIntosh. non-combatant jobs which must ',

rtl develop resistance there- I decided to recognize this out- counties I say let us see to It no tree. At this time a gift of Defense be filled, and they are being flll- ?

iplrochete Inevitable and del standing problem and do some- baby; I Is! born dead or crippled Stamps was awarded to May ContinueTo ed by the volunteers to the WA-
off the thing about it. As a result there Leslie Bradley for best attendance VES."
brain, or heart dl- from syphilis, that no man or Sell Insignia be
she added must
was organized on a State level a during the year and Miss' Applicants, .
> period of 10 or will committee of competent prominent woman dies from heart trouble or I Mary Jo Caldwell awarded the I Continuation of the right to< between the ages of 20-36 with

nvef the disease persons. bl'aln'dlseallP due to syphilis. Let came, to Marie Wiggins for best sell Army insignia has been at least two years of high school.

licked and basis.run ram-The The aim' Is to dissemInate, us see to It that every adult, : effort and attendance in her class granted to civilian firms nov I They may contact Mrs Young KOCH DRUG STOREStarke

tlon-wide too little through similar local communities reaching to the far cornets of : Chaplain L. A. Shepherd made an holding "C e rtltlcates of Auth or write to the WAVES recruitIng -

i receives Instances venereal disease information, the county knows what syphilis Interesting and Impressive talk to ority" as a result of War Department station, room 520, Post Office3u1)ding Florida

rill In many naturals so that every adult in the state ID, what it can do, how to pre- I the children on the birth and action, the Public Relation ,. Jacksonville. ,

nee the to develop pplrochete andin will know the facts as they are. I vent and how to cure It. Let's childhood; of Chrlsts'ltH.IMILY Office at Camp Blanding announced e'-.p.-. ... ------- .. ..6

i only a few years, In Bradford County, heading our forget our petty troubles and pull ) REUNIONMr this week.A .
local war-time committee is Mr I together: There is no time like deadline originally set at Careful Drivers
and other com plica- and Mrs. Claude Johns Prompt Service
his life.lamation W. M. Edwards known to many now for pl'ogre88.SAiJIPSON. October 18, and then extended <
will shorten were hosts to a number of their
January 1, 1944, has been continued -
family on Christmas day. Those March 31 1944 on
until ,
to assist In this work, to call attention CITY enjoying this pleasant occasion
cloth and plastic Taxi ServicePhone
sales of metal, Starke
I to the meaning and im I By Louise Vanes were: Mrs. Kffle Johns, Mr. and Insignia. Firms not holding the<
of the fight against and children
portance Mrs Clyde Johns two of
venereal diseases and to take affirmative Mr. and Mrs. Artford Brown Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Over- War Department Certificate
dug proclamation, Isrovernor action leading to the and son of Brooker and Mrs. street, Mary Lee and Billy Over- Authority ((095) are permitted to 150
I such
has as
Holland, cloth Insignia,
of that Charlie Temple and little daughter sell only
permanent elimination i-eet, Mr. nnd Mrs. E. W. Crock-
l here by 'W. M. chevrons: or shoulder patches.It
internal enemy. I of Starke spent Christmashere Mr. and Mrs.
dangerous >tt of Macclenny,
Irman ij! Citizens'of the War-Time Brad- ; IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I I i with and Mr. and Mrs. W. H. ':'L.L Keene of Whitehouse, Mr. and restrictions Is contemplated on sale of that Army present Insignia Day Night i 1S
hand and family. Mrs Al Rogers and baby of
have hereunto set my
R. eliminated returnIng -
nittce, and Dr I. I will be ,
with!! officer: caused to be affixed the Great :' Mr and Mrs.\ W. H. Varnes and Cacksonvllle, Mr. and Mrs. A. L.tlirlft to the old procedure of Issuing ___._._ ___ ... ...,_ J" _. ,_c ... r
Seal of the State of Florida at Mr. and Mrs. Harold Sooner of of Monlac Ga., and Mr.'and Certificates of Authority,

UTIOS"of Tallahassee, the Capitol, this the I Jacksonville spent Christmas here Mrs. L. E. Drugger and child Dealers may apply for certificate

w Florida 7th day of December, A. D. 1943. with Mr. and Mrs. Millard Varnes I ren of the Farm. General War
to The Adjutant
lire Departmenthlalm.see SPESSARD L. HOLLAND, and family.We Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Cox and Department, Washington 25, D 1111111 111111 IiIIII!
Governor are sorry to lose Mr. and
AS, It Is necessary to Inughtei's, Elizabeth, Geraldine, 3.
Mrs. L. Bell from our neighbor
trength and welfare I atsy, Mary Bea and Lois Irene,
R. A. GRAY, hood. They moved to Pensacola
&; that their physical I arrived last week from Bennetts- Navy Reopens
of State. last week. L ffjfiflflNEssu
J health be guarded Secretary I 'llle, S. C., enroute to their new
sly Improved, and I Mr. and Mrs. Jack Goodge and home In DeLand, where Mr Cox A.via lion TrainingFor
13, Plans have been Agent Gives Points daughter Doris, of Starke were has i accepted a position as foreman Young MenThe

'stimulation of Interaction here Sunday visiting Mr. and Mrs of the Green Dairy. While JOY '

to combat the On Slaughtering Lem Brown. are they visited their parents, Navy's recently reopenednaval CESg

rt venereal diseasesInto l L. T. Dyer states I Little SammIe Warren of Starke ,Ir. and Mrs. J. M. Bradley and aviation training program .
County Agent
the availability that there seems to be consIder- spent Christmas here with his Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Cox. offers young men of 17 and 18 ta

/tI of manpower, be- able misunderstanding: a bo u t father Dock Warren. Pfc. J. W. Ritch, who has beenn rears of age a doublebarrelledopportunity
the month of Janu- animals for the mar- Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Brown ot training at Sioux Falls, South to qualify for college
tid slaughtering who Lawtey were Chl'lstmls.Day visitors akota came home ?n a ten day nstructlon and naval training a a '
those C"'GGq
ket and he urges \
'9, this undertaking Is remember the follow- at the home of Mr.. and Mrs urlough. He and Mrs. Ritch future officers with the fleet kaIIIJIl
butcher to
iportance and merits Lem Brown and Mr. and Mrs. J. ldt Monday night to visit his LJeut. Comdr. T. J. Needham,

Wed support of our ing points: E. Brown. other who Is ill at Shelby, N. Jr., offlcer-ln-charge of Navy re-

d public and private 1. There are no restrictions on Mr. and Mrs. L. B. Harper ot C.; and from there he will proceeds rutting: announces. I

butchering for home UIM. Boomtown ,spent Christmas here Salt Lake City, Utah for another Young men who failed to re-

.EFORE, I, Spes- 2. Those who hold permits for with Mr. and Mrs. R. J, Goodge aasl g n men t, and rating C Ap0 N 6 HUzIt

;and" by vlrture of the butchering for market may butch and little Ray Harper. ward. '
tIed In me as govern- er'any number of animals for Remember church services Sunday Mr. and Mrs. H. 1<:. Tyus and I YOU CAN ..

Stale of Florida, pro-I market. There is no limit to the Jan. chIldren are visiting his parents I REAL RELIEF "
:month of
January 2.GRAHAM In Chattahoochee. !
time nor amount
L provided they own the Mr. and Mrs. Jack Chambers It a pleasure} to think of you at this
MONTH may sell By Mra. Eva StricklandPvt. visited 'their son, Earl in Monti- INDIGESTION Season of the year, end to wish for you and
and urge the citizens animals and collect ration points. cello Friday. yours all Use fin things we can think of.iiiimiimmmiiiiiim. fMILLIGAN'S
and all and Mrs. Vernon Dyal left
agencies able who do not hold a
3. Those Mrs. P. S. Crews was called to
for Tampa,
permit may butcher only hogs for Wednesday mburndale Friday because of the
raised the they will visit relatives. mess of her mother Mrs. ,C. G.Livers. .
provided they Ga.,
market Alvin Wasdin of Patterson BISMA-REX

O'DUSE hogs. The time is February IT, attended the funeral of his uncle, .
Mrs. Ada Hubert of Jackson-
Thomas( Wasdin, Thursday of last
1944.Ration v1lle, who has been visiting her GRILL
collected I
666 points must be week.Mr.. and Mrs. Ancll Norman aught?, Mr. Gene Cope,' re

and turned into tne local ration and children of Hellbronn Springs turned home Monday, accompanied Carpenter's Drug Store

&3ALVE. OSE DROPS board for all meat sold. spent the Christmas Holidayswith I by Mrs. Cope who will remain

Mrs. Norman's parents, Mr there several days.
Godwin Is at home
and Mrs. B, M. Johnson. Pfc.
Mrs. Fannie Smith, Mr. and for a Christmas vlslt' from New "SHOULD AULD.ACQUAINTANCE.

TAKE NOTICE Mrs. Henry Rogers and daughter River, N. C. HEARTY ,
and Mrs. Fred Johnson of Mrs. J. B. Treadwell of Stat-

Waldo attended the Christmas ham, Ga.. Is with her son-In-law
here Thursday night, and daughter,.Mr. and Mrs. J. M.
program for extended vl"lt.
e wish that 23.
to our Dec.
Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Roberts and Mrs. J. G. Caldwell and daughters -

*ore will remain open all day son of Brooker Mr. and wero Mrs.Christmas C. B. spent Mr. and Monday Mrs.at J.Ocklawahawith C. Cald' T*see hlttlh'.c4"" ." FORGOT?"
guests e. out dt.tUtt. ..4 sew om

ursday until further notice. Roberts.Pfc. Lewis. Starling left Sundayfor well.Mr.. and Mrs. Harvey Williams we scurf HIM ..*..!..* .*

visited Mr. MM Now Y..,.
after and daughter, Betty,
Charles, La..
P e find that ,our past practice spending a furlough with his Williams' mother Mrs. T. O. Wll- May the asshse y.sr .. -MIN

mother, Mrs. Kate Starling.Pfc. lIam In Donald onvllle last week. fee ,.. .....,. ese ..adas.y

11 Dosing Thursday afternoon' Glen Thomas, stationed In Mr. and Mrs. Vance Geiger and It .. .., Iavlvikge N.dd

Louisiana, is spending a few days son Bradley, and Mr. and Mra. .. to .... finitefy; amt When fricnd-

been a great inconveniencer with his parents, Mr. and Mrs.!, S. Christmas Reese Br a guests dIe y of and'Mr.son and were Mrs.J. \ Klpt/ mean es much to o.hr. Of they .0 t. ut, w. earn you .h.t w.
J. Thomas. Walker and M. Bradley and Mr. and Mrs.J. want to ,...."'b., them eK>ay*.
Mrs. Drew
r customers. Therefore we Mr.
son and Mr. and Mrs. Roy Bowman W. Hundley.Mate Dennis Fancher, Co.... what may-war, uses, imcattainty, di,appoi,,tm.ntt,-
r&ain call to your attention that of Macclenny holidays{ with spent their the I enroute to Miami, was a guest of rfitr. U ana thin* American people can fall. back upon. without .. .,-

Christmas Hillard Broughton.Mr. his parent Mr. and Mrs. P. D. + vuhop-4, ...d..
Fur store will remain open all mother Mrs. J. B. Stricklandleft Fancher, a few hours Thursdayof .s
and Mrs. time last week. Ch,tt", .. .lv" u. that opportunity to renew th... friendship.

r7-except the noon hour-six with last Mrs.week Strickland's to spend some parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Wiggins to pledge, anew our .".,M"C. to these May you have every with ,4,
Marie, were Christmas <
and Mrs.!, A. Davis at the and daughter, come true. It our Chrlttmat with.
11 a week. Mr. guests of Mr. and Mrs. H. ':

ra State Farm. of Tampa I* B. Wiggins at Hampton.
Odell Abernathy and Patsy Cox
Misses' Geraldine RANK'S
visiting relatives here. Jacksonville to visit
have gone to
Cpl and Mrs.of Talmadge Valdosta, Ga., their uncle and aunt Mr and F

FORD HARDWARE CO. and daughter relatives here Saturday.Mr. Irs. Vance GeIger. TILESTAR INE
visited and Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Rltch were
and Mrs.!, Roy Reynolds of Mr. and
week-end with Christmas day guests STORE OOD
JB.. CARLISLE Owner children spent Frank Reynolds of frs.. H. M!, Rlcharde.Mr. .
and Mrs. Stubbing
Mr. and Mrs- R. p


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J. M. Alvarez spent the holidays Plan Food Sale "

11----- SOCIETY and CLUBS Dinner Party In Brunswick. Ga.,- with his

grandson, W, H. Graham and in I Starke "Brownies", the little

j .- --- -- ._-- ._ --.'. ____ ____ n. _- -_ --.-- '. For Visitors Savannah Ga., with his'daughter, girls who will become Girl Scouts' Kathleen Norris Says

Mrf.: J. H. Gill. when they get a little older will :
Sessions Baptist Circles Mr. and Mr. J. T. Quigley en. sale
Miss Clara conduct a cookie and candy

Becomes Bride Met MondayCircles a tertalne dlnne'party Wednesday, In honor evening of Bobby at Miss Carolyn Hutto returned on Saturday Jan. 8. Don'ts for the New Year -
C. aftera
ji Sunday to Columbia. S. ,

Of R. A. Nettles; Jr. one two and three of Glatzau Mr.. and Mrs.of Deland Wilbur, a Scott guest, and of : holiday visit with her parents. Junior Red Cross Bell Slndl"ate.-WNt7 Ttaturei.

the Baptist W. M. S., met In the leaves In Mr. and Mrs. L. S. Hutto. She
who a
One of.the prettiest wedJuigsof annex to the Church Monday Billy Mathlney. I was accompanied to Columbia by Members Enjoy TripThe I

I of the Christmas season took afternoon Dec. 20. After the few days to enter the Army. I her mother, who will visit I Cpl.

\' 1 place Saturday evening. Dec. 18 usual missionary and business After a delicious four-course numberedten I O. P. Hutto at Fort Jackson. highlight of the Christmas
: II at 7:30 o'clock. in the First Tleth- meeting of each Circle they join- dinner the guests, evening season for members of the Junior
the -
lIst Church of Waucbula' when social. The young people spent Red Cross came when some of
l ()( ed into a Christmas Col. and Mrs. S. P. Vandlviere
J Miss Clara Sessions daughter of halls were decorated with a lighted In music and games. who have been holiday guests of them made a trip to Camp Bland-

Mr. and Mrs. Freeman K. See Christmas tree and other Mrs. G. W. Alderman and Mr. Ing. Nine Juniors from the white

alone of Wauchuja, became the Christmas greenery and in the Tea Postponed and Mrs. I ; A. Canova left Tues- schools went there on Tuesday

bride of Ralph A. Nettles .Jr., center was a lace covered table day to' resume] their war duties. December 21. and had the pleasure -

son of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph A. with vases Of' poinsettias and Everything Is
Nettles of Starke. ,The double Christmas berries, .1 rom,1 wWclt b1e"etad1dl'; of :the old year and Mrs. Vandivlere to St. Louis, potted plants In tbe.library of _

ring ceremony was performed by candles were! served. *"" beginning of the new year Mo., where she Is studying to be the Recreational Building. of the

the Rev. J. R. Hill, pastor. of the The first number on the pro.(: at the USO operated by the a physical therapy technician.V. Hospital. e'I_' -

church. gram was the singing of ChiUt- YMCA.:: On Wednesday December 22. -. \\\

A background of graceful mas carols by the Girls' Auxiliaryof On New Tear's Eve a Cabaret B. Harrell, formerly transmission some juniors from the colored e---- S

I palms against which were arranged the W. M. S. This was followed Dance will be held between the patrolman with the Flor- schools visited the colored por-

floor baskets of white by a Santa guessing game. hours of 10 P. M.. and 1:30: A. ida Power Light Co., here left tion of Camp.

4 gladioli, intermingled with lace Mrs. Alexander Leader of Circle l{. "Everything but the head- Monday night for Miami. where These trips were a reward'' for .- -. _: IIflI I ..".

fern and white snap dragon made two, conducted a Christmas Tree ache" Is the Slogan.( This dance he has been transferred by the service given and work wel!! done. iijiiI i

a beautiful scene, which wa" con t est. Mrs. L. G.. Powell, v company to a new position. Mr. i The :Juniors of Bradford County \ 11111/I/ -...

lighted by white candles in tall Leader of Circle One gave a will be formal, and then since Harrell has been succeeded here II have sent the following sourcesof \gI -:;:

candelabra.A reading of a part of Henry Van New Year's Day faHa on Saturday by King F., Hendly who came to Christmas cheer to the boys in ,

program of nuptial) music Dyke's, "The Other Wise Man." the regular :open dance will Starke.. from Melbourne.. the hospital at Camp Blanding .

was rendered by Mrs. Harry Me- At the conclusion of the pro- be from 8:30: to 11:30: P. .M. I pine boughs and cones Christmas -

theny organist, and Mrs.-'Ralpb gram the ladles of Circle two Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Richard of I wreaths 53 pack ages of gift

Lott. vocalist.J served refreshments consisting of Jacksonville spent Christmas Day stickers 18 jig saw puzzles 250 -

The bride entered with her hot coffee and Individual cakes. Farewell PartyMiss here with their son-in-law and gift cards, 37 book marks 200

V father by whom she was given in daughter Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Ep Christmas paper napkins, 3 scrapbooks

t marriage. She wore an attractive W. S. C. S. Circles Ethel Zevin who leaves person Jr. They were accompanied 2 writing boards many
next week to begin her basic
suit of orchid wool with home by their granddaugh- comic books 150 Santa Claus
WAVE training at Hunter College :: "who will faces for 166 favors rtNEW '
black accessories. Her corsage Circles of the."Woman's Society tar Mary Sue Epperson decorating tray
was pink carnations of Christian Service of the Meth- New York City, will be the visit them for the remainder. of 91 potted plants 35 poundsof YEAR
A .' honor guest at a farewell party. homemade and 1,866
Miss Winnie Warren. cousin of odist church, will meet Monday holidays. candy,
New Year's Eve, at the home of
afternoon Jan. 3, In the Educa- Christmas greeting cards. Every ,
her maid (of honor -
the bride
her Mr. and. Mrs. Jacob
and tional Building with Mr..W. G. parents.' J. B. Rowe bad as guet.ssChristmas gift made or collected by the
and Miss Deloris Creech. Halle, Mrs. U. D. Vlnlng and E. Zevin., Miss Zevin baa been Day Mr. 'and Mrs. Juniors has been used and greatly
Lib Wliitehurat were
Miss bridesmaids.Mr. Mary Mrs. E. K. Ferryman as hostesses. employed at Camp Blanding for Leslie Biggs and daughter Barbara appreciated, from the little sack -,4 c

At this time the society will be the pan year. Sue; Mr. and Mrs. A. B. of pecans given by a small boy 'rripd
his best man -
Nettles had as divided into two circles Mrs. Vln- Baker and son, A. B., Jr.: Mrs. from Hampton, who wanted "a ";
/I is 6. the
of mod amfuung
while going to poured
Charles N. Osborne, on y.an ever out oJW
Cpl. '4 log being leader of circle one and U. D. C. To MeetThe Vernon Rowe and children soldier to have them" to the 166 tig mytttrious bag. >

ushers were Sacks.'ft JoaeRhflrenand}, Mrs. Perryman of circle two. Gladys. Jimmy and Gayle, and tray favors made by Mrs. Evans'art

D. W. W., T. Weeks Chapter tj. Miss Jewell Reddish all of'Jack class at BradfordHigh. By KATHLEEN NORRIS '
Mrs. Nettles was graduated sonville, and Mr. and Mrs. J. M. It Is regretted that the emer- BE BROADMMDEDIN
iiool Girl Scouts Have D. C., will meet. Wednesday after make things hard
from the Wauchula high of'
noon, at 3:30: o'clock, at the homeof Reddish,. of Lawtey. gency closing school pre- DON'T ; 194-1
and attended Southern College.In cf* us aU by going
Christmas Party vented all schools being repre-
: Judge and Mrs. E. K. Ferryman -
Lakeland. At present she Isa, on West Madlaon''St' Mrs 'George F. Kendrick who sented on the' trips. Such schoolsas the new year witha ,The new year is going/ be

member of the Wauchula*public The Girl Scouts of Starke en- .' will be remembered here as Mrs. Hellbronn Springs for Instance whole set of prejudices and confuting for narrow-minded,

school faculty, Is ,ctlve,! in church joyed a Christmas party Wednes- Evelyn Stephens/ 'former, secre- that made all the gift cards nap- determinations, for it is goingto shortsighted people, in the

work and prominently ....q lated, day afternoon. .Dec.. 22 in the Royal Service tary of the Starke Chamber of kins and book marks, certainly be one of the most amazing opinion of Kathleen A'om'i.
of the
with the social life young Methodist recreational '
building Commerce was visiting 'friends deserved representation.No Peace, if it comes during 19U,,
people of the town.., from 3:30: to 5 o'clock.. Members 1 The regular business and Royal here Monday' She stopped off account of these :Junior Red years ever poured out of it going: to present new challenge /.

Mr. Nettles was graduated from of the ,troop'exchanged gifts I Service program meeting' of the here after having spent the holidays Cross Christmas activities couldbe Time's big mysterious bag. It to us all. It it going to
the Bradford County High School, around lighted Christmas tree W. :M. S. will be held the most
a 1 Baptist with relatives of Lt. Col. complete without a word of may well be important be the broad-minded individuals
where he took a leading part in and late In the afternoon a de-i Tuesday afternoon at 3 o'clockIn
Kendrick In St. Augustine. thanks to theadults who helpedto in our life as a nation.
with the ability to the
athletics. He served:.!* months i let
Itcous supper was served. the ,Church auditorium. make them
possible. Mrs. W.
For 1944 bring us
cVrpsthe! may logical results of various
In the Army ._ _._ R. Morse :Junior Red Cross programs
------- ----------- --------------- -- -- -- face
greater portion ot'\Jilt-*ittiffobelng --- peace. And we have to who arrgoinf to get the
Chairman wishes to
spent as an Instructor In the Gun- By Mrs. Arttula CrawfordMr. thanks to all of the express teachers her of tomorrow's peace with just as most from 19.H. She ml'nlwlII

nery School. Buckingham Pield'i Carolyn Callstreet and Mrs. William Crosby all the schools: to the ones who much courage, sanity and many of the problems which
Ft. Myers Fla. He and faith we're today's will accompany peacr, lurhm
baby, Larry Hugh were dinner so kindly made up the donationsof as facing
honorable discharge in : guests of Mrs. Crosby's sugar and nuts Into candy; the conflicting territorial; aims;

and is now connected' with the .- --_._. mother Mrs. Vera 'Ala ton. of to Mrs. Julius Thorn and to Mrs. war.You have faith in the war, which have made Europe
'Produce ---------
Brown Wholesale Company '
Lake Butler. Saturday,, Mortlnson for each driving one battleground for approximately ;
,I In Lakeland.Intermediate. Well, folks I'm still trying the holidays with a brand new of the even though you don't under I Difficulties like
the 3,000
Mr. and Mrs. Dewey Woods cars on trips; to Mrs. yrars.
; to 'decide who won the holiday diamond, (from :Jimmy Diffen- stand all about it. Have faith\
Jeannette solved
and children and Mr. and Mr*. lncaid; for taking time this; !will not be mmlj
bout Should the decision U. S. M. C. third ,, won't
Group go baugh, ) on H. B. Kelly and children, all of from her many duties to receive in the peace, too. You with the signing of an armi
to Santa Claus or Old Man Flu? finger left hand .. .
I Is EntertainedThe :Jacksonville, spent! the Christmas and carry messages; and most of understand all about that, stice. They require patience; ,
I think the
At last account,
Holidays with Mr. Kelly's mother all to Mrs. Bessie Burns for gath- either. tolerance and faith.
odds were slightly in favor of the Seems that Butch Smith young
Intermediate Fellowship Mrs. Beulah Kelly and Mrs. erlng' all the loose threads to- Don't forget that the !ideals of our
latter and at one time It lookedas hopeful of Junius and Virginia
group of the Methodist church Mrs. Evelyn Crosby.Mr. gether and making this a real great Allies are not our national
If even those congenial egg Smith has a crush on Indiansof Junior Red Cross Christmas for Ideals have been. When and wisely, or the/
a Christmas party at the ; they never helped Justly
haij and Mrs.
I Fred Moore and
nog parties would have to be late (Must have gotten an
Bradford Scandinavia continually the p"
home of Mr. and Mrs. George B. County. Russia England and will be made
called off because so many merry- Indian suit for Xmas) On I children of Tampa were holiday' speak at the Peace Table don't of nations. We and on
on Tuesday evening, December up predatory
l;' Flynn. makers were running a tempera i one of the holiday programs he I guests of Mrs. Moore's parents.Mr. l\ "IIU'UIT COIIIT. nn.\DKonu be surprised If they surprise us. and Allies will certainly have to deer

21. I ture Among the many takIng -i was to play the part of an angel. 1 and Mrs. W. R. Halslop and t'EIIY.( 01 MTV. FO1tII" ).', IN tIA" perhaps Ihock us. In Europe every inspection bases after the ear', s;
The room "with the lighted
living the count last week and so he asked his dad If he couldn'tbe Mrs. Inez Kelly. T.yal A. Smith. Plaintiff, vs. Mary nation is close to a danger zone. We that ho steel mills anywhere ma
Christmas tree and fire-
suitable open this from flu and other ailments 1 "an Indian angel"! Spot Mr. and Mrs. Arch Dobbs of 282 Jane 7OKDKR. Smith Defendant Case No. don't know anything about danger begin to work night and day to pr
formed setting
place, a were Charlie Lou Vinlng Ethel ; ted an' Jotted: Lt. L. O. Jones the State Farm and Mr., and Mrs. OP PfBLICATlON AND zones, for our nearest enemies! are pare for the world-slaughter of I 196

and helped to create' a merry Biggs Bess) Burns Verna Dem- here from Ft. Denning- tor the Carl Dobbs of ,Lake City ,were STATE NOTICK OP FLORIDA TO APPEAR thousands of miles away. I So perhaps the most ImporU
Christmas atmosphere InterestIng to Mary
oreat J. C. Hoover L. A. Davis holidays Hear he's soon to visiting Mr and Mrs. Alton Dobbs Jane Smith: who... residence lit % New Conditions in Europe. "don't" of the New Year is. don

games were played .and carols Florence Flynn. Alice Anderson. wed a Columbus, Ga., girl Saturday.W. W. A. Hennett, Brocton, Illinois Don't forget that their enemies are I be too quick to decide condom

were sung by the group ,accompanied Mrs. W. E. Middleton, Mrs. P. F. Thelma Dinkins proudly exhibiting C. Ward and daughter January You are Slut.required, 1944. .In to appear the above on right next door. Don't expect France worry. over the peace terms if U"

1 by Mrs Flynn at < the Flume, Louis Sbafkln Uncle Ben those lovely new diamond named Court and cause wherein and Germany and Poland and the are broached this year. which ion
and Thomas
Joyce, Kirby were
Betty Ann Flynn prenent-. plaintiff seeks diyor.-... Bradford
I piano. Wltkovskl. and others too num- rings-Yuletide gift from Monk visiting relatives In'' Georgia dur- ('nunl,. Telegraph h a II imbll.h Balkans to go back to any ante-war wise men and all praying wom
ed gifts to each guest 'prOent.w .-:\ erous to mention Glad to '.- Luclan Conner' here from ing the holidays. thin Order In flSxI'tour weekly IHuex. status. They can't and they ,won't hope they way, be. There will 1
Refreshments of hot chocolate, There will have to be new borders, and wise men at the Pea
report, however that a feW' hardy Roswell Field, New Mexico 't Witness hand good men
sandwiches and small cakes Mrs. Trudie Crosby .and son, my and nffl..1' I will "
were new regulations. And probably. Increased and thank God
souls managed to carry on 'with Fred Guy. grinning from >ear to seal at i4tarkeb'lorida, this De ( Table
\ served by Mrs. Flynnanddaugh.I :: the usual'amount of holiday hilarity -; outcigars 'along with Gene, of Baldwin were' guests of cember S7th 1943. powers.lor some of the nations WANT to do right; down to the/ la
ear pdsslng
,: tar Betty Ann. to/ the following Mrs. Crosby's father and mother- Aa(OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J.. Thomas that have been fighting for decency and least important one of them' uw
i the good word. "It's a boy-v! >. t of Bald Court.
group: Carolyn;,..Colson'JanetAnderson ; S Hear 'the' Coca-Cola force In-law. Mr. and Mrs. C. C. .Crosby T. Prank I.andrum. Starke. Florida security and peace. will all Intend to be fair. ADd

Edith Manning,"',BUly arrival with pre- and family:Monday., Atty. for Plf.'' J2-31 4t 1-21 Don't begin to worry and to write that is a 'great hope.

Smith. Philip ,Thorn.1 Rey.'i, :,'" and Santa Claus seems to have held sented the War new Stamps .. A little abookoI Barney Moody of ,Lakeland, iv: cmcriT fot'HT.- nnDKOIIII letters to the papers if some of the Don't overlook another pollibill dl

"'! Mrs. O. C. Powell tod Miss Carol. up bi" nd' fairly well this year bird informs that Mrs. Fronie Johns of Auburndale, rorjrv.KHY.Earl roniOAi IN CHIN. very things for which we have been for 1944. I mean the talk and
me Ralph
t White. '', -V-s" and among his moat favored few in Mrs.,Lizzie McKinney of Starke, W. Bradford Plaintiff vs. fighting appear to be temporarily cusston about the inainteflaItremendous
Rhodes} (fighter pilot now for C
After the party,' the group went were MIna Grady,1 I who receiveda Mrs. Mona Newlon of Fort My Norma C. Bradford_ De t endant forgotten when the first treaties are armed forcel
I' India) has ,named his plane fo" Cane No.. 2830.; safety of 0
drafted. the
Perhaps they must be. and
from house to house sl1l&lngI diamond-studded wrist and protection here
gorgeous Sarah' ers Mr. and Mrs, Ralf ord OKDBK OP PUBLICATION AND II
I ChrUtmoB carols.' II ,* watch' and a handsome' pin andmatchlnl' Poythress. Brown of Plant City were guests NOTICE TO APPEAR Perhaps those troublesome little interest elsewhere. There
... I STATE OP FLORIDA to: Norma European states that are -always other there will not tt S'
0r bobs Seems way;
i I ear ; Bunny Kldd tolls this amusingone of.. Mrs. Arle Brawn ,Saturdayand C. Bradford whone. residence la generation! !
there's a little story that goes Ocennvlew Delaware. drawing greater powers into these other way for many
l' Cabaret Dance Sunday.
; R. O. Seems he
on Capt. Youare
with the latter gift .' Whileon required to appearon agonizing world catastrophes must come. _.,
! At USO-YMCA a trip last 'summer, MIna ad- : was trying to put through a long Hubert Kelly and Donald Kellyof January Court Slat.. and 19((.caulle.In the wherein abovenam..d be ruled and held in check for So If, like myself you are I

mired and bobs. but distance call tother'day and the Plant_City were visiting Mrs. plaintiff aeek divorce. Bradford awhile. an who has winced sway from'
j Because of conflicts'it has become the pin pass- operator asked the' routine ques- Inca Kelly and Mr. and Mrs. Alton County Telegraph shall publish this That isn't really the serious ques- tarlsm. don't be too stubborn aiL

t necessary1 to 'postpone' the sive ed them. up Seems as being a mutual too expen-friend tion, "What Is your. name, sir?" Dobbs during the holidays.Mr. ). Order Witness In. next my four hand weekly and official issues tion. The question Is just what Keep an open mind. '*. '

War Mothers' ''Tea 'by' the Wom .' .. .. "Captain Kldd. he replied .. and Mrs. Jess I* Hilliard aeal at Starke. Florida this December terms will be oftered to all the not a belligerent nation but Juit for
Informed Tom of her longing
an's The wasn't of Jacksonville were dinner guestsof 2Sth. 1943. smaller countries and just bow responsible keeptremendous police
Service Organization: of the glances, so lo and behold what cynical (OKPICIAL SEAl,) A. J. Thomas, we mUll kea
I USO operated by the YMCA from falling for that one-no street Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Crosby A.. Clerk of said Court. are the offering powers. If in our great.cities. 80 we
New Year's Day'o Valentine'sDay. does Santa turn up with last "Oh yeah" she replied. "Well Saturday William D Mnran, Jacksonville these terms promise all the cruelly national police' force now.
: Fla. Atty. for Pit had
week but the same treasured IJ.Ji 4t 1-11 I
I'm the Queen of'Sheba. Now If Mr. and Mrs. Robert Ward and wrecked nations security from starvation Twenty-nve years ago iii
trinkets! j. Myrtlce' Carpen you'll tell me your'real name baby of Jacksonville were holi- iv ciHrriT r "RT. KRIDPOHU homelessness. war, then they vote. But If I had had one i
ter's beautiful silver compact Is ("O"NTY. ,. FOIIIO.I ('H.'N will agalnat
be used It
good terms.
: I'll put your call through!". >. % day guests of Mr;Ward mother, f.Kiev.Florence. I would have Court.
: ; Birth Announced another gift I envy, while Caro- Hear Lt. Jack Williams Is being Mrs. Louise'Ward and family. Fenner Maclnnea, PlaIn- And those good termswnl'be Infinitely participation in the World
t lyn Green's beauty Is enhanced *!'*. vn. John N. MaclnneH, Defen more important than ,any America Must, Share
, transferred from Columbia. S. C. dant. Cane No.
: 2534.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Guy anIt these days by a lovely double ORDER OF question of borders races territorial World ProblemsBut
to Jaxvllle. o we'll be he is still well and been PUBLICATION: AND
s has must
nounce the birth of a son James strand of pearls from her one and guess NOTICE TO APPEAR rights mandatory powers and I see now that we ;
I t Frederick Guy, J,,. 'on Monday only Don't know whether seeln' Ros around these parts be- transferred from a camp in cen- Marlnnen STATE OF FLORIDA to: John N. all the other meaningless words that : Involved anyway. So it camel b,

It I c Dec. 27, in the Alachua County Santa gets the credit or not but fore too long now Marie tral China to Osaka, Japan S. S. San Janeiro.who** address(CVL No.In JO%) 11.% made such an ethnic mess of Europe : to my; original contention that

Hospital In Gainesville. Snookle Corpening floated thru Register who recently resignedas Misses Amelia and Olive Ray FI..t Post' Office New York City. after the last war. ''we can trust Russia. Eni1a11
New .
t, women's" program director at whose Xmas mail is among the 'York.You are required to Russia is conspicuously a peace- : China the Scandinavia aWl 001'people .

the USO-YMCA, writes that: "1 heaviest in town, received 85 I January Slut., 1944. In appear the above on loving country. Scandinavia contains to drift '"> IlUoelt '

CHURCH OF CHRIST 'shall never forget the people of cards this year Many were 1 named plaintiff Court eeeka and divorce cause and wherein a group of the wisest-governed nations we must face our shrbllity tot :l"p<'fl

I" I Starke because they were so won- from former first grade' studentsof i Bradford County Telegraph oth..1'r.lIf. of alL America boasts an far war fAdel. ioU over 50.

Aubrey Mercer, Minister derful to me, nor shall I lose Interest Miss Olive now scattered from I four hall weekly publish limuea.thl* Order In next unprecedented unafraid friendship world. You and I **.iUW. Yc

In the USO units there. I India to Italy Witness my hand and official with her neighbors: not In one hun anxious If we heard that New ab

J SUNDAY: 10:00 A. M.-Bible Study really miss my work already, be- I seal her' 25th.Ut $tHal'k.1943.OP'l"lClAt. .Florida this Dec.m- dred years have Canada Mexico or Chicago had determined to and ci
cause I enjoyed it." In at the Junior Club the Argentine the Central American Protection.
thoroughly Peeped
11:00 A. M.-True No. ( SEAL) A. 3. Thomas don all police ellie'
Worship (
8)) dance Wednesday night long A. Clerk of said Court. powers or Brazil heard our guns. pend upon the other great otla,

7:30 P. M.-What Jeasua Christ May Mean to enough to see Bunyan ""Urquhart T.Atty.Frank for ifnurumf, Starke 12-31, Florida 4t 1-21 China is too wise to believe In rapine prevent .9I Ics and abuse. lame Na po

a human Soul. I Field and Stream seems to be up from Williston for the festivities murder. aggression war. Any peace we are somewhat In IM> eve r

calling very strongly to sportsmenthis '. Mural and Charlie iv COUNTY nncriT FORII-\roi'HT,, RR.'OFOHI1 I" CH.IN. upon which these powers decide will ton; peace has to be guarded Job Ir

1 TUESDAY: 7:30 P. Prayer-Meeting week and among those hieing Temple, Martha and Qlen Wood be a good peace even though it where and it's everyone

away to Fowler's Bluff were and Ruth and Jack Scanlan were (Florenc leorge A. Kenbuld.Renbold. Plaintiff, V. leaves much to be settled as years now on.When.'- CooJfIJ: I'

Every Visitor A Welcome Guest Harry Ho u a ton. Billy Powell. among the "old married folks" No. 2833.. Defendant Can! ripen and perfect a better relation- 'tha f tint peace ..
t ORDI' 4 n. Pt'Pt,1CA'T'IN: ship between the nations and a wiser I" our churchesthronged
ASD meets hope
Joe Red .
George Flynn. Simmons tripping the light fantastic NOTICE TO APPEAR guardianship of the warlike elements and wo""1
Alvarez. Charles Darby and Dr. Quite a nice little get-together, I STATE OF FLORIDA to: George by the peaceful with men hun
A. peoples. r'-1"
I Herlong Adams '. Another providing that much-needed RenboM.. Whose residence U 215Jersey. morning until
opportunity i ,
I Ave. Allies Need
I A"bury Park, New Outposts Against of
Anyone Having Watches or Clocks 'party off to Bishop's Camp Includes for those returning You'are Aggression them, thousands slipping In dulht
Duncan and Capt. home for the to mix required to appear on all-day vigils 0 I wl
Left Over 60 Days Kap holidays 1 January 31.t., 1044. In the above Don't attempt to right all the hour.;' stopping on n
BeaMey Understand the latter and mingle with old friends named Court and cause. wherein wrongs of the long Wling the '
.1 years just at
home at night.
Please Call Isn't taking any chances on Didn't stay too long nyself plaintiff Bradford seeks County divorce Telegraph and aupport shall first. Remember that there are cer- lag streets with streams of-

a shortage of game and left home Wanted to get to bed early and publish thin Order In next. four tain Island nations like the Philippines in the old medieval way. to P .

---- lugging a suitcase full of baked stay In good condition to reporton weekly issues.Witness my. hand and offl''''l.l for Instance that arc Infinitely that we believe In the old prnm u

I J. H. COURTMANCH sweet potatoes! Mrs. Annie all the New Year's 'Eve festivities .seal....."..at.. tarke. .. FlorIda, this D- bettered and admit It,. by the con- "knock, and it shaD be W* tfyou.
2t IU3. a
Lou Godwin has received letters Until then So (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. 3. Thomas trolling interest of a stronger power. .'seek and ye shall 6fl'5O \
Jeweler I recently from her son. Bill (a war long .. A. Clerk of said Cou..t. There are Islands that must be shaD receive."
prisoner of the Japs) that T. Frank 1.andrum SIal'k. Florid
stating; -carolyn. .Atty. for Pit 13-11 41 I.U* ",je, ..'

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LOCAL-.NEWS Pfc. Paul Hudgins, Stallone Mr and Mrs. Arthur Holllda; Miss Viola Smith Is visiting 1

of with the Marines at Farris Islam, left Monday for Detroit, Mich,, her ,parents In West Newton, Pa ,
ITS was here to spend Christmas wit to visit relatives for ten days. @

his wife and small daughter. Dr. and Mrs. H. B. McLendoi

Hough 'werto 1 .Mrs; James Shepherd of Jack Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Davis and and daughter, Jeanette. returned ., -a y...-,?,p..q, .-. ',,:<:-< '''''''''''''''Y''' .illy'. '. ... ,. '
d Ir" H L Sunda,; eonvllle. Is the guest of her son Mrs Tottie TolllD a n spent family had as guests Christina Monday to their home in Orlandc, I(; ". ,, ,'. '" ':: .' ., .. \ '" <;\ .

f Jacksonville ;I In-law and daughter, Mr. and< Christmas with her parents' Mi Day Cpl. Frank Knight, Pvt after a holiday visit here will) :< 1l' '(/ 'U : .J!:'1I: "(J' L" ;D. ". '" .: '" <,,)
and lira and., "
a. I Mrs. L. A. Knight.J. Ray Lewis, In Mantel Johnny Jones and Pvt. A. Edel Mrs. McLendon'a parents, Mr. t t. ( ; '" .
N. C. Matthews. ,,;", ,..,. .. $ ',".'' ,. ......... .. ....'
H. H Adam : man. Mrs. B. 8. '"'y':' ,'',", 'N'" ,,' "'.,,>,. '.' .....,.. .',,,. I "'' :
irls'mae ad 1lr"! DaY with rela : D. Mathews spent the holidays I Mr. and Mrs W. J. Overstree Dr. and Mrs. W. E. Middleton After a holiday visit here will ":,.' 'E' "M' ',:.t "$ ".' ".," '/ : : "/' "':"i
: In Ft. Meade with his son, ,-J Y"K'V1J'1!!!#f.!# i
JacksonvilleBlinding and family spent Christmas Mr. and Mrs. E. J. f\ }
I Theodore Mat h ..wa,, and his; evenIng had as holiday guests Mr. and her parents ,": :",....; '; ,:;.,. ,. .'. <.. ..i..awYwilit.:; ,: -''
with C. J. M. Long .xaw:8a. avR ; ;" !>
Johns :.w' '
spent the d Mrs. at the Stat Mrs. K. L. Middleton and daughter Dowllng, Mrs. Eugene -- > -"'''''

Violet smith home In Pittspavie I! r.* ,,, AT"lit'.war n. Farm. Margie, Mrs. Mae Jones, ant left Tuesday to continue her worl Leftovers Used Chambers' Point-Saving :'
at her Ben Jones Riverside Hospital,: Jackson Lynn "
all of Jacksonville.
I .,e.:.aod Mrs. S. R.. John, Jr., at Mean
1' Mrs. Dorthy Hurley forme vllle. Give
''1 and children of Jacksonville, werehOlld With Care -
employe of the United Arm, Mrs. Dan Hazen and baby have "
been confi9easome : I y guests of Mr. and Mrs Country Chicken Loaf
) wltb an Stores left Wednesday for her reul'ned to Tlfton, Ga.. after a Mrs. Ida Kelzenstetn, daughter Tempting Results Cornbread
tbls week ......::: S. R. JohnSj f .,Siv' t.. home In Pittsburg, Pa. six week's visit with Mrs.) Hazen'i of Mr. and Mrs Samuel Goldman, Parsleyed Tossed Green Salad

flU.lyrle u. and parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. I* Sll will arrive from New York City; Baked Honeyed Pear
J. Friedler S. Zelman
Adams spent the Christmas. Dayin JacSsonVllli'Pf',1 i;.' fa 19gt. L C. H a m Iton, fronIndiana cox. Monday for a visit' of> 'aevera Chocolate Chip Cookies j:

% relatives In l\ount\ with Mrs.: Friedler and baby: was here during the holidays \- weeks. She will'be accompanies Beverage
wlh Mrs. Irene Johns the holidays her Sanford. .'
daughter.. to visit his wife, who Is spent by eon Recipe Given
emI I In Charleston, S. C., with '
II't i ployed at the Ritz Cafe her son-in-law and daughter Mr F.V., Varnedoe of Savannah '
Ferrell s p e Mrs. '''Myrtice Carpenter of rice In greased baking ,
Eleanor smith spent and Mrs. William Beck. and son,. Ga., spent the week-end here and a layer 'I
Day with Lt. C. Saturday and Sunday\ with her Mrs. James! Blackshear lefMonday Marvin Johns. was accompanied home Sunday bj dish. Place several pieces of small ."

, \ mother Mrs. W. T.' Jackson, in for a few days' vise Mrs. Vurnedoe, who has spent the fat on top and sprinkle with grated
Baconton, Ga. with relatives of her husband In with her parents, DI cheeie. Season with call and pep H
the oUday *. Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Quigley had past two weeks Add layer of chopped meat, ,{
Ala.P. .
rco* was Montgomery, as guests: during the holidays,, Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Smith. per. Ii
Wand Repeat
Mrs. and !
and salt pepper.
. hit mother, Mr. Mrs. T. C. Chastain Gainesville fat
soldier friends from the
3r denton. and family spent Christmas In S. Denmark is Improvlnj, Air Base, Keystone Heights Mrs. E.: M.. Thomas A. J. Wilkinson \ with rice, (3 cheese Ckleree, etc.) oven.Bike in amoderate ,
Br denton as guests of Mr. and after be'ng!' confined to his home< Air Base, and Camp Blandlng. and son Edgar, spent the (
aDd W!!. Curtla Mrs. W.. W. Chastain. for two weeks with an attack ot week-end In Green Cove Springs. w I Spanish Potatoes. 'I
'anet ; ,
ot Mr. (Serve 4)) ;
day. \ T Influenza. Mr. and Mrs James A. Tucker with Mrs. Thomas' son-in-law and onion '
M(. Dukes of Brooker. ..Mrs.".-John Sale and Mlsa\ Lota had as guests Sunday, Mrs daughter, Mr. and Mrs. J. VMushrooms 1 tablespoon minced 'tr'II:

the Sal /of Madison were holiday I Friends of F. O. Peterson will Tucker's brother-in-law and sister, Mills. B'I S tablespoons chopped green pepperS
In minerals and chopped pimiento
h poythress spentnh guests, !' !of Mr. and Mrs. Guy H. regret to learn of the death of Mr. and Mrs. H. F. Howard, of rich tablespoons 1
Mrs,: vitamin combine fat .
; 4
mother, the complex tableapoona
her Sale, his father, August Peterson, 03 Jacksonville.Mrs. Mr. andMrs.: H. A. Bishop had
and give tatty, nutritionally 2 diced boiled potatoes
in Macclenny i. ,-v'. In Minneapolis, Minn. Mrs with beef a cups
aytbres. Christmas Day,
as satisfying canaerole.On % cap chopped cooked lI.mI
Mr. and: Mrs. S. E. Sparks and Randolph Boree and Bishop's aunt, Mrs. A. D. Williamson salt
f.11. Nollman Is spending daugt'-ter. Selita, spent Christmas :Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Naswotthj daughter and Mr. and Mrs. Stan of Bradenton. and :Mrs ot the common ways of mlk- U teaspoon paprika
Ashevllle, '
iiy reason In with Mr. and Mrs E.. I*.Wilson spent Christmas Day In Brunswick ley Bennett and daughter, of Nina H. Lipford, of Green Cove log meat point stretch their fur- Saute onion and pepper In fat until

nil lit. Nollman.. a.it ..ot.. preen; Cove Springs." .4 ,. with their uncle and aunt, Jacksonville, were holiday guests Springs. 'them I I. the habit of buying a large cooked loft. Add potato, pimiento
of Mr. and! Mrs. Oscar Deaver. of Mr. and Mrs. G. H. Bennett. piece of meat and making it do for ham and icasonlng and cook until ,1\\
Marguerite Deyorlo ofacts R. J. :Gomes returned Monday I Mr.: and Mrs. L. D. Vlnlng had several meal In this way, the family heated through.

i the holiday guest from Fitzgerald .Ca., where he I Mies Ruby Lllley of Quincy In Friends of Mrs.- L. A. Rennolds &a holiday guests Mra. Vinlng't can have the pleasure of a roast Lamb and Spaghetti Casierol

Opperman ., spent.the Christmas holidays with spending. the holidays here with will be glad to know that she Is parents Mr. and Mra. W. L. from a large piece of meat done to (Serve 4) .

drierte' hiJetoter., Her brother-in-law and sister, Mr, able to sit up, after being confined Joiner and Miss Elizabeth Joiner,, succulence, then the homemaker M package spaghetti

1t'r. Charley !- and Mrs. Titus Olson. to her bed for the past if Atlanta..and Sgt. H. P. Brew can easily fashion meat dishes forat i cup diced cooked lamb

rt guests ]last Friday of, Sgt George Silcox returned three weeks. er, of Camp Atterbury. Ind.. least 2 or 3 meal out of that S tablepoon fat ,

!Sir! ,. M. C. Mayhugh. Sunday to Fort Jackson, S. C., Mrs. Eldridge Smith and daughter I which i* left.Unfortunately. ,1H! cap cocked pea, or pea* and

after spending a week's furloughhere Diana, are vial t In g Mrs, Pfc. Enos Hayes, Jr., 'stationed Lt. ,Al Kay Carlisle who Is food .do not taste carrot
Carter. Seaman 1-c. ta- with his father, J. L. Silcox. Smith's parents, Mr. and ,Mrs with the Marines at New River, being transferred from Salt Lake a* good the second day a* the first.. !i cop water or stock

tt Fernandina, 'spent 1. E. Toney' In Shubuta, Miss N. C., spent Christmas day here City to Langley'Field, Va.. left Flavors seem to h I tablespoon parsley.

i bere with Mrs. Carter.B4rt :. v Mr. and Mrs. W. M. WImberly with his parents. ,Mr. aDd Mrs. Wednesday for his.new station fall asleep, the : .j :. 1H teaspoons tilt I

and' daughter.' Freddie, spent Mrs. Pauline Torode left Mon. E. W. Hayes. ,J.BI after spending the holidays herewith meat become. s H teaspoon thyme
r Keen' left TueV- Christmas Day in Highland with lay for Meridian, Miss., to be his parents, Mr. and Mra dry and Inalpld 54 teaspoon carry; powder

pend a few days With Mrs. H. ,C. Wimberly.! with her daughter, Mrs. R. W. Midshipman E. 'K. Perryman, r. B. Carlisle., and the family tired be.of 1 tablespoon Worcestershire sass
nl Gardner in Orlando., Sturgls Jr., who la ill. Jr., returned Wednesday,,to Annapolis K cap fine bread crumbiS
1 i u1 l'Cpj.:. "Robert Green, a patient at after spending the holi- Pfc. Jimmy Sewell spent a short ingly what refer they to nlff-ai teaspoons butter

Webb spent Christmas, D'Rellly General Hospital, Spring. Sgt. A. B. Wall, of Camp Pick- days here with his parents, Judgeand furlough here with his parents, leftovers. This needn't be the case Boll spaghetti! until half cooked.

i his daughter," 'Mrs: rield: 'Mo., ia visiting his parents, ett: Va., spent a few hours here Mrs. E. K. Perryman.. VIr. and Mrs. W. B. Sewell. and if you spend a little time and effort Brown meat in fat. Line' baking

imli, of Lake City.. Mr.: and Mrs. Adam T. Green. Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. W. L.Nall. : eft Sunday morning for Raleigh waking up the leftovers and making dish with half

Mrs. O. W. White was In Jacksonville I f. C., where he is studying mechanical them Just as appetizing a* the food spaghetti! and

. B. Hartmann of Rock- Mr. and Mrs. L. D. Sullivan Tuesday to m"e ether : engineering In the North in Its first form. with meat

i, was the holiday guest of Jacksonville were wee k-end Mrs. H. L. Brownlee, Mrs. laughter Mrs. M. T. Oakley, who Carolina State University. Chicken li Ant-rate when served pi, Comb i&

in and daughter-in-law, guests of Mrs. Sullivan's mother, Charles Torres, and Misses Madge was returning from a holiday" tripto In these way: broth with

Hn A. Hartman Mrs. James Lambe. Jrownlee and Joan Dinkins spent Jackson, Tenn. Mrs. A. Z. ,Adklns" and daugher Country Chicken Loaf. ley salt,,thyme sauce .

Tuesday !In Jacksonville. ; Mrs.' B. A. Pope, were In (Serve /)
dab Corpening, who Js Mr.. and Mrs. F. t. purshlmer Monday and Tuesday curry powder .
,Mrs. Herbert Gray of Galnes- Gainesville 2 cup diced cooked chicken meaL Cover with apaghettl
ed In Las Vegas: Nev- irllle spent Christmas Day In Mr and Mrs. T. N. Kendrick and family returned Monday from Malting Mrs. J.: C. Adkins, and U cup chopped cooked carrot pour over and top with crumbi. Bake

the holidays with ref. Starke with her daughter. Miss pent Christmas In Jacksonville Brooksvllle and Dade City where also seeing the new member' of 1 cup cooked peas V4 hour In moderate oven (350 degrees -
!lark. and at Hugh: Dorothy Gray. with their son-in-law and daugher they' had spent the Christmas h oil- he family/Jamea Frederick Guy, 54 cop chopped celery ) and garnish top with lemon

i Mr. and Mrs. Tolbert Black. lays with friends and relatives., J'-' 1 tablespoon minced prpper slices and parsley,

Mrs. Vernon Sllcoxtma ,.,.. Ir'r.,: A-';Steel and family and :' 1 cup bread crumbs Squash Puff
'Dayaf Lawtey Vlrs.- F. A. Moore of: Gainesville Friends of Mrs. H./'C. Rltch will Mis. W. B. Sewell .'nd 'daugh'er Mrs. Edna Dowty, who has been H cap milk (Serve 4))

((ll'entl of Mrs. Silcox, spent Christmas with Mr. and egret to learn of the death : Mlsa Gayle Sewell, went to making an extended visit In Ken- 2 egg yolks, beaten 2 mashed squash

Irs Ceo W Roberts. Vira. .J. B. Sapp. Saturday of her father S. H. Leesburg Wednesday for a shol.tvisit ucky, Is spending a few days t teaspoon lemon Juice 54 cup cup light cream or rich milk

)emaree, of Gainesville\ with Mrs. Sewcll'a sister, here with her sonInlaw and 1 teaspoon onion juice 1 egg beaten

like M. Stump and Inter Jule and Nencie Bevin left Wed- Mrs. J. D. Cottrell. laughter, Mr. and Mrs. R. A, teaspoon! salt 1 tablespoon butter or margarine

Florlanne, return- lesday for a ,visit in Madison S. L. Johnson, assistant pro- Veeka, before going to visit rel- 54 teaspoon pepper 1 teaspoon. salt

l the hospital at Camp' vith their grandmother, Mrs. Tarn director at the USO-YMCA, Major and Mrs. Harold C; Lives la Jacksonville.Mrs. Force chicken carrot and peal Few grains black pepper '1'

|Tuesday.f Julia Smith. eturned today from Croasmore, Vail and son, William Herbert, through a food chopper. Add remaining Drain and mash cooked squish .]
: N. C., where he was called be- ot> St. Augustine, spent' the week. J. L Peek and family, Mr. Ingredient and place In a well. Mix !In order given Place In :>

f Jacobs spent Christmas I Miss Doris Peterson of Tampa ause of the death of his mother. end with Mr and Mrs. W. L.Nall. and Mro. J. M.\ Darby and Mr. greased loaf pan or a ring mold. well-greased baking dish and brownIn
minutes In moderate -
Bake about 40 a
the holidaysf Darby
was a guest during and Mrs C. A. until firm. Serve with
Irene Matthews has re- oven Note: Use well-drained, thoroughly
daughter Mr. and Mrs. and Wllla Vida
Misses guestsf
urned after spending the boll- W. M. Wainwright and son, Bll- Virginia cream of mushroom sauce.Chicken mashed pumpkin, turnip or sweet

:Xussbaum.Uuine Ulllngsworth. days with her parents Mr. and Iy, returned to Tallahassee last Mr. and Mrs'' DeWitt C. Jonesf Yorkshire. potato In place of iquash.

W. R. Matthews, In Moul- Friday after spending the week Gainesville for Christmas din. (Serve I) 1 1ii
and Irs.
Mrs. Street Dendy
"the Mr. and
Noegel spent vlth Mr. and Mrs. N. D. Waln- ncr Saturday night. 3 Cups diced, cooked chicken
with her parents Mr.W. Hr. and Mrs., A. G. Ludwig were rte, Ga. egg 1

H. Noegel at Cedar holiday guests, of A. S. trick. I and Mrs. Resale Colson of vrlght. Mr: and Mrs> Dameron Black, U cup dripping, melted

and at''Klngsley Lake. Moody Cpl. Field, Valdosta, Ga.. were The Rev. and Mrs.' A. >O.>LJght'oot Jr., arrived from, 'Atlanta Wed- 1 cup milk

ollday guests of Mr. and Mrs. and daughter, Nancy, will learlay for a visit with Mrs. ). cup lifted flour sir aIN

F. F. Flume of Starke and, Mr. eturn the latter part of the week Hack's parents, Dr. and Mra. W. 1 teaspoon baking powder p f.. tw

and Mrs. G. B. Colson of Brooker, from Miami where they spent. the B.: Parka. Mrs.. Black will remain ,, ; teaspoon salt tys
lolldays with relatives; In Stark,, .while her husband Leftover gravy
goes to a new assignment. Place chicken In bottom of greaser
Chief of Police A. L.
Friends ae'Ile'
Set In Uhtat.
casserole with
be to know that Cpl. Sails Mobberly, stationed gravy
NAT Alvarez will glad
; Beat ,
he In' Improving after being confined 'with the WAC at Daytona Beach Mf.. and Mrs. C. F. Ward "PentChristmas drippings egg and
week-end here with In Jacksonville
week the
the past spent
to Jill I home milk togetherSift .
with an attack of Influenza. Miss Sara Reed. ti, Mra. Ward's sister, Mrs. R.. L. dry Inred"enta
McDowell.Mr. .
together, add A bit of braised chicken garnished
Mrs. E. E. Can ova returned Mrs. F. H. Long hail returned to liquid ingredi. with battered carrot, potato balls
SEZ:: Tuesday from Tallahassee where home after a holiday visit U and Mrs. W. A. Scott returned enta and beat un and celery leave won't be a drain

ry she spent the holidays with her Jacksonville with her son-in-law home from Deland Sunday ill free from all on point bat win booit your menu
son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and and daughter, Dr. and Mrs. B having spent Christmas with lump.. Th batter
Carroll. Mra. Scott's sister. They were Recent research reveals that
Mrs. G. L. Patten. S. win be quite thin. Pour over
accompanied home by their chicken and bake at one. In moderate mushroom hive a mineral 'content
\ .. Mr. and Mrs. V. S. St. John Aviation Cadet Comer Perry. nephew, Robert GlaUau who Is (3 O-deree) oven. Serve from lomcwhat higher than many other

: had as week-end g u e ate Cpl. man has been transferred from spending a few days In Starke. baking dish with gravy. vegetable and fruit Potassium

of Camp Blan- Miami to> Columbia, 8. C. Hii Meat leftover, even If they are and phosphorus are available along
Robert Ancll Couch of the new address Is 229 Preston Hall,, Mr. and Mrs. K. O. Duncan and few, can give a rich meaty taste Uthey're with appreciable amount of cop

Happy ding and Sgt.Air.Field. N. F. P. S., U.- S. C... Columbia,,, children. Kaspar and Margaret used in this way: per and iron. :Mushroom are also
Keystone S. C. Ron, spent Christmas Day In Meat and Rice an Gratia. me of the belt plant source of the
B complex vitamins, Used to
and Lt. Weldon GalneavUle with Mr. and, Mra. (Serves I) ex-
Mias Pat Lambe Belton Alexander While there they end meat, mushrooms ire not only
J. Duncan.
of Camp Bland Ing Mr and Mrs. T. E. t cup leftover meat, diced
C. McBride Mrs. Carlos visited Mr. Duncan' mother, nutritionally satisfying, but they can
of and daughter, also Milk er seep atockt
dinner guests
Christmas add seat and flavor even to the lm-
were In Jack Summers, of Gainesville w e r e Mr*. Rosa Duncan who Is a patient cap belled rice
New Jessie Mae Blakely >lest of food.:
YearOUR Mrs
visitors at the home of Mr. and In the Alachua County Hos Z tablespoon fat
sonville.Mr. Mrs. W. B. Alexander Christmas pital. H cup grated cheese :a>. erole! of Beef and Hu.IIreem..

1 teaspoon salt Serves .)
and Mrs. Jimmy Murphyand Palatka Day. Mrs. O. J. Griffin who spent the !" teaspoon pepper I!i to 2 pounds abort ribs ef bed

son Jimmy Jr., of Day at Mrs. M. T. Oakley who i before holidays here with liar daughter, Cut meat Into small pieces and lour, seasoned with salt and pepper
were visitors Christmas returned to moisten with stock or milk. Spread teaspoon thyme .
sister, her marriage was Mills Dorothy Mrs. Ethel M. B'gg; ,
of Mrs. Murphy's I tablespoon vinegar
the home White has returned from Jack. her home In, St. Augustine Tues- I
STORE Harrell. cap
Mrs. she attended a She was accompanied by
son, Tenn., where day. I stalks celery, chopped
Landrum of Invernesswas reunion of the Oakley family Lt. Mrs. Blgga and daughter. Dottie Lynn Bays: acalllona
J. A. the Is now In Italy. Sue, who remained for a brief "
the first of Oakley I 8-ounce can mushrooms
the guest Fat Are Important Fat produce
: week of his son and daughter-in- visit. glycerine needed to nrrtikemunition I email onion slicedto
WILL BE CLOSED T. Frank Lan- George Flynn Jr., who volunteered I S carrota, illcedmediumoiled
law Mr. and for service In the Air Mrs. Loran Conner was Injured *. Take home all fat and I potatoes, quarteredCut

drum. Corps last fall and baa been Saturday In an automobile accident bone trimming you pay for with short rib. In individual square

student awaiting his call ever since, left while she and her husband your meat. Fats that you don'tuse and flour them. Brown In a mall
Buford ,
be bought by some mar.
Gloria will
Miss Luke's Hospital, Dec. 20 for Miami Beach wherehe were enroute to Starke from mount of fat In heavy skillet. Re-
ALL DAY nurse a t St. the holiday will receive his training. Panama City, where Pvt. ConnerIs kets. move to casserole. Add sliced on-
i 111 I e, was Accumulated and bacon
v sausage
Jackson "'and stationed. Their car was completely ion.> vinegar thyme water and drip-
guest of her parents, Mr; Cpl. Inman Green of,'the Marine wrecked, and Mra. Conner fat can be used for frying potatoes pin,. In skillet stirring until well
Mrs. R. C. Buford.Congressman to Starke from eggs* fish, hash, chicken, tended
Corps, returned Wednesday to his made the trip on ; pour over meat. Cover
SATURDAYWYEAR'S Mrs. R. A. station at New River N. C.. after Tallahassee by bus or even in wanes, cornbread or and roast In slow oven (300 degrees)
and the past two'weeks here gravy.Fats. until tender, about 2 hours. Add

Green had as Christmas dinner Mrs. pending with his parents. :Mr, and Mr. Last Friday evening Mr. and from roait. chop and tgetable and muahroomi with llq. .'
guests Mrs. Green's mother, Mrs. I. Lecln and family entertained ) steak can be clarified by heating uld and continue cooking 30 to 4*
Y. A. Harris, and Mr. and Mrs. L,. D. Green. their coldlera' wives and 4 slices of potato with 1 quartof mutes. Add mere water if IleC-
children, all of fat low belt until fat bubble ..
DAY Fred Harris and Tom G. Ritch spent the past their husbands at the Lecln home. over nary; s
several thick.
Strain through
Gainesville.Dr. week here with his mother. :Mrs. Christmas Day they had as guests of cheesecloth and store in // you want /unur-tuvlntt...,'.....f
had Carrie Ritch and uncle and aunt Pvt. Don Ronaldo Pvt. Val Del. ness** wri,.In Lynn Chambttt, H fiirrn fir"*
and Mrs. W. B. Park and Mrs. T. J. Gr I Iff 1 n. mar. Pvt. and Mra. Al Perils, l1&htproof.IMly covered container ".,spar Union, 110 Suuili O"./,/.......
Mr. and Mr. Use this clarified fat forauking
\ day SIrH'. Ckitugo Illinois Don'turcrl
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guests the U. S. Pvt. Joe Feitelberg, Pvt. Stanley
as Parks of Jacksonville "Tommy" Is now Itt Lennie Weir, all'of spice and chocolate cake : ,., nclon s .......p.d. ..11..ddr...*.,
Mrs. Guy Parks of the Keystone Navy and Is finishing his medical Yeslow. Pvt. Mad cooxles. .,.\,..10,.. for your rt>ly.W .
Bryant In Blandlng, and Ben Schwarttman, 'I .. .. .. .
ternberg's Sgt. Bryant course at Emory University 11.1.4 wri N wit> c r Unka.
and Mrs. I
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DURING the second year our toughestwar "fi'' h".fi
I; ,By KATHLEEN NORRIS weTtained- I. d 'se v", t'.43-s 4 1'
I" THERE a family in this n
WAR of lighting men-matt* mil- + '
I, Is I that hasn't been millions r'y
t country An unusually wise and tensitive lions of dollars worth of fighting tools-**/// K ,.
blown into pieces by this '
is disturbed
| 17-year-old girl
millions of toos pf shipping to carry these magi s ,+ rand
Kwar? writes Miriam, from by the changes in her
tools the fighting fronts. ,
fan Oklahoma city. "We were family brought about by tear. to air; 1.oooiM '
La' solid family two years ago; She wants her warworkingmother And to help pay for"It all, we bought War r.\ : 41rly r (

there never seems to be a : to stay home and run Bonds. Altogether millions of us bought. / k ;
I regular meal in our house, orla I things as in the pre-war days. War Bonds. And nearly 30 millions of us '
She it also worried about 14.yearold .
clean towel, or an answered started putting on the average, 10 percent of 4

{[telephone. Once !it was only be running sister wild who and appear travelingwith to our pay into War. Bonds every pay day throughthe

Pop' who worked, and we all the wrong kind of com Payroll Savings Plan

?went to him for money. Now pany. Kathleen Norris advises That was a good start whale of a good years The things we'd like to buy with that the Payroll Savings Plan. (If you aren't in

[''everyone has a'job, except my this 17-year-old to give up her start. But, every American knows that it was have either disappeared or are as "scarce yet-sign up tomorrow. !)
who is 14 money
[sister: Mary-Belle, job and try to guide her younger would contend fora
Rand( yet we have less comfort sister,as they work together, only a start. Nobody as hen's teeth So, why not put that money Those Americans who have joined the Plan
I I I instant that 'what did! I in 43 is
Pahd less home life than before. to bring back some of the niceties single we into War Bounds at good interest $4 for every are investing, on the average, 10 percent of
for 411!
[I' "Pop was an ice-box salesman of pre-war family life.The enough $3 when the Bonds mature? Money to help their earnings in War Bonds. (If you haven't

," the letter goes on. "He mothers work is vital to the Did we make 48,000 planes last year? pay for the war-keep prices down provide reached 10 percent yet-keep trying!)

made around $150 a month war'effort.flclent. Believe it of not-we did. But we've got to make peacetime jobs and peacetime goods and a.

[|and Mom managed us all 1OOOOO this year! Sure! We broke every generally decent world for all of us when the BUT; .
if her exceeds $500 .
salary a
But when the record in the world last building 8 million' '' '
Hi ;
; year war is won.
month. She has been drudging s income this will be the highest
'' A.merlca
war started Pop went right In- educating tons 'of shipping. But everybody knows that'
along, raising three children
in about BILLION dollars! In
in the 125
|to defense work them, keeping them comfortable, the 18 million tons we're building this year isn'tenough Chances are, you're already Payroll :
B ""1 am 1'7. and am paid a little even Including hospitality in her plan Savings Plan- buying War Bonds-doing your spite of all taxes and price rises, the averaged

ijj j more than $45 a week In a machine for them. But all the time she has bit. But don't stop there. See if you can't worker will have more money than last year-
w hop, but the surprise Is Mom who been capable of this business suc We've got to 0 more fighting i this year. boost your ante! Do your' best more than ever before!
piworried' so about my brother Jim cess. Now comes her chance to We've got to do more building, more training,
!bftlng drafted that the doctor toldJher earn money to buy the house of her That is why Uncle Sam has a right to ask us,

:'i to get a Job, and now she make dreams, to lave more*" shipping-and more saving. How millions of Americans have don their bit- individually; to invest more money in War

<,much more than all of us put to- It seems to me that It Is Pop, We've got to buy mart War Bonds. and how they can do bitten Bonds through the Payroll Savings Plan.
Jim who Mary-Belle and yourself who are not
{';sends( ther-her even halt counting his lieutenant's pay co-operating fully. In any case your Is that too much to ask? Many of us are Of the 34 million Americans on plant pay- tie asks us to invest not 10 percent or 15 per

{every month. mother could exert over MaryBelleonly making more money than we have made for rolls, nearly 30 millions ,of them have Joined cent or 20 percent, but all we "n/
the fond, anxious watching of a
}| ''Well, Mom found a chicken farm
somewhat helpless parent. She can
[years ago that she wanted to buy,
only say feebly, as all of us who
.and now she Is buying It and we've'moved
in. It's three miles from are parents do, "Where were you '

town and some In the woods hills: with we're an all orchard crazy Are dear you? Aren't telling you me the acting whole foolishly truth?"? KEEP ON BACKING 'THE ATTACK!

about it. But we're so dead tired But you are close to Mary-Belle
and so dirty all the time we can't In ;years, and the Influence of a sister
i enjoy it much. And the real trouble is one of the strongest our \lives
Is'Mary-Belle' ; who Is Just running ever know. Couldn't ;you and Mary _

wild; I don't care If she sees this, Belle enter Into a conspiracy to help BUY MORE WAR BONDS AND STAMPSFRANK'S
we've all talked ourselves hoarse to Mom buy the house, strengthen her
her. She' affectionate and she's bond investments, and insure that
awfully pretty, but she doesn't know future toward which she perhaps is
the kids around here as she did In looking anxiously. Your father is
the old street, and she goes 'round old; he will have great difficulty in
with a pretty tough crowd, after getting any employment at all after FINE FOODJERRY'S CAMP BLANDING JEWELRY
school. the war. Isn't it possible that Mom
foresees that and foresees, too a"
'SI. Mother Won't Stay Home. SUPPLY
comfortable old small
age on a
,|f "Pop and I,think Mom ought toP chicken ranch with Pop and herself PLACE
I stay home and run us all as she did asking :tittle or no aid from yourself
I f{before keep an eye on Mary-Belle. and Jim and Mary-Belle? H. C. WALL AGENCY Insurance
P|entertain her friends here as she Give KOCH DRUG STORE. .
up your Job Mary "I -
1.1 always doel.JotBut, Mom seems wed- .
Belle into household interests. .
I'did to her 'd eraUs and her lunchbox your r LEILA'S BEAUTY SALON
Meet her after school and market {
|f she tell us that Jimmy Is sac with her; ask a few friends out to CITY BARBER SHOP }
and that we canHall
: jrlflclng everything
the farm for weekends or for
do something that's needed to BOB'S TAVERN
Mom's free day. You are evidentlya '
h help the boy. and shorten the war. fine level-headed\ person with STARKE COCA-COLA BOTTLING CO. .

i "I get home early," finishes Mlrl- none of the lawless temptations that ,. ""
Jam's letter, "and get dinner. Mom beset Mary-Belle. Give her the EDWARDS' SERVICE STATION
Sf wakes up. has her bath, comes benefit of your own experiences; CARPENTER'S DRUG STORE '
lout and eats about five Pop Is make that new spacious farm house
H| Just as Mom goes off and a happy home and watch Mom and BARKSDALE'S STORE
M MaryBellestraggles In whenever Pop relax gratefully In the atmosphere BLANDING TAILORS
I'f she feels like it. It's getting us all of order and comfort. Manya h

l\1\nervous, this way of doing, and girl your age was a married wom- 7 129 E. Call Street & Blanding Center ) y;;" FLORIDA & RITZ THEATRES
had this
it l knowing you must have an with approaching maternal re
IT problem to solve many times be- sponsibilltles a hundred years ago; %?;$1 .

|i lore I write you and ask your ad- your grandmother probably marriedat BLANDING CENTER, Inc. *:' .?
hvlce. BAKERY
18. Take your place in this
r> mother's In her ,., ',.
f "Isn't a place troubled war time as a useful human
i home, taking care of her children? being, and put off until after FLORIDA BANK AT STARKE j:
''t It'. aU very well to have a lovely the war the frocks and hairdos that WINKLER ELECTRIC SERVICE
''*spacious old farmhouse Instead of your salary is' paying for today. Member F. D. I. C. i\ >.

Ii'a four-room flat with your brother Mary-Belle Is affectionate; you can r _
I j sleeping in the dining-room but If draw her very close to you. What '
:tit we aren't getting any fun out of It her big sister does probably already I ; ELECTRIC SHOE, SHOP 't':: ( ." GAINES SERVICE STATION

I'' is It worth while? Mom II 43; Pop seems Important in her eyes. \ "* :" ..
1163." Across From Park Theatre 1 w. ;
Woman's Skill Needed Now.
" Miriam, there Is more than one Your mother la doing a magnificent : 4, <' ft: : :" :* UNION BUS DEPOT
'consideration involved here. It Is Job. It is a Job that needs : KiDD'S SINCLAIR SERVICE o'rif ; ,
true that thousands of American skill quick thought, secrecy, '. ,_ l>rt: ," x Lacy Conway, Agent

|mothers, now working In factories strength. Not many men and very ,
v or plants, are sacrificing their small few women have been trusted in GUY H. SALE < : :: > ::
i children's welfare by taking Job. this particular line. It II of Inestimable : THE-CAMP.DINER
Domestic agencies and boards all service to the country. Our I. ''
. 1 over the country are attempting to men overseas must not only be kept ANDREWS MOTOR CO. ,' "' .

: ; deal case by case, with this situa generously supplied with exactly THE STAG
tion. But I am not sure that.. your what your mother is making, but "
, mother should give up her J Job and they must know that fresh suppliesin VAN H. PRIEST 5c TO $1 STORE
, : go back to housekeeping. limitless quantities are on their
) Mother's Big Chance. way. To have your mother report STONE Agent
I I, for one thing she Is buying a that, as the headof a department, HOLLYWOOD CAMERA & GIFT SHOP GULF LIFE
| }home, a very important element inI1 she Is resigning, is to pull out one INSURANCE CO.
I the lives of all of you. ror another precious indispensable cog in aoj
I, she Is evidently conspicuously ef- enormous machine.

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flints For The Ington Springs was a recent guest IVMAKY" IN CIHC1-IT, FI.OHIUAI rol'HT. IIH-\l 1H: VIIANArVhurVV. >FOHnrnfVTY : I named yCourt' and14cause, wherein
of Miss Mamie L.KKIn plaintiff seeks. divorce. Bradford
Household Kelly. i loving memory of our mother, .. ., ubllch this
Bates, .1. Plaintiff v County
Mrs Susie Locke of Lake Mary I...... who departed. thin. Il1f3.life Illta Pates, Defendant. Case No. Order In :emyfohandan o Issue
one year ago' today, Dec 22 Witness official
POULTRY LEFTOVERSA Geneva spent the week with Mrs Although we loved her dearly Clod 2783. seal at Stark. Florida, this December -
homemaker who had a bird In H. M. McRae and MI'.. Robert loved her bent snit MO. called her SNOT 'PtJOLICATION'ANI' TO APPEAR: 22nd.. 1941.
hand this Christmas will surely Myrlck. to her Heavenly homo.Sltrned STATE OF FLORIDA to: tilts (OFFICIAL HEAD A. J. ThomasA
Her children: Alice .
( ) Clerk of said Court.
6127 Ind
want to extract every good bit Remember the services at Pine ninby.hurley I.ee, Mary Donway.Jeffle Bates W.,, whose Washington residence I). C.Is T. Frank '-..ndrum, SI..rke. Florid
of Lee, Katie Lee Dell N. U-U U 1-14
poultry flavor and also to Level Ch u r c h this week-end 12-24 pip You are required to appear on Atty. for Pit.

reach that high 100 percent goal_ Morning service on Saturday also --- .J
"nothing wasted". HS BS Bl B e BS mMMi Si i
Saturday evening at 8 o'clock

Offering suggestions on both and Sunday morning.Mr. Another Double Holiday Ahead Rind on

.. oaw:' :L Mviwo : co.awsk counts home economists of the and Mrs. T. J. Mathis and Texas Shipped\ Piece Breakfast
U. S.
,.. Department of Agriculture sons of Jacksonville spent Christ Dressed Both Sat. & Sun.
start off All Wed. Closed BACONIB
by Day
saying: Plan to save mas Day wild' Mrs. Ellen Lowe TURKEYS' Open

all meat bonea. fat, skin stuff and family. 1

ing, and gravy. All have a futureIn Ib 53C 32c

post-Christmas meals, u a e d SA TIIH ('O"ItT or THK 'OI'\TY':
7&L Jl uc.... IIHAOfOHU ('01 .VI'V. HOLESALE Ga. Smoked
In '
ways as these: F..OUIU... GIANT

t: ') n't Serve chopped leftover poultry I\ ILK ..a.. of' CLARA (CHOSH! BoaatincrCHICKENS FOOD PRICES ib 28c
IKI4N.: .!.<> ksjav.sj .
meat, creamed and hot-on toast II. KIN KM.' ................ p E IN RETAIL 1 -
as a pie topped with biscuit NOTICE OF APPLICATION ron CENTERS STORES Whit BoUu"g;
f LEAVE '}'o BELL LAND. era
rounds or with mashed potato,
Ib 43C
Notice in hereby itlven to all
rice, noodles, or spaghetti. To whom It may com era that T. J. BACON
make It turkey or chicken a la Dukes as JuardUn. of the estateof Stew. Chickens Quantity Rights Reserved
Clara Crosby Uukes, almi known
king give It richer sauce with HS Clara U. 1>uk.... Incompetent. Prices Good Thru Fri. Dec. 31 Ib 15C
egg yolks added and perhaps will on the 4th day of January to 39c
A. 1). ISH4 apply to the Honorable
mushrooms and some leftover U. K. Porryman, County Judge In
: t peas or string beans. and for said Ciliiuly, at his, office Western Streak O' Lean Grade'B RlndlessBacon Grade AWhile
in the Courthouse
., in Stark, In
__ Or mix bits of poultry meat sold' l County at 10:00:: o'clock A. M., 22c Ib 35c IB 41c
or Bacon
with mashed potato. Shape Into as loon thereafter us the matter
can be heard for authority to Hell,
; cakes and brown in a little fat at ivibllu or prl va. ale, the "fol
for a tasty lunchtime dish. I lowing degcrlbed real eitale. In
aid. County, to-wlt:: PIG LOVCTT'S' TEJUDERAY BEEF Red PerchFillets
( Mix leftover stuffing with bits Went Half (VVVj) of Northwest POUR
Quarter (NW\%) except one (1> 'Ib 43eShoalde..lb
of poultry meat or gravy and acre In Northwest: Corner. (NW Whole, Mealy
brown to make well-flavored hash. for one hundred forty ((140) Blade Cuts etSola
yards North and 27e Fillet .
South by thirty-
Or mix stuffing leftover meat, five (35) yards Bunt and Went tx- Chuck Ib 58c
and gravy, all three, and brown I a l.o all Kust: Half ( t11'1I of Northwest Pier PorkH4aElES

In the oven for a scallop. Uraa-R Quarter Hi-anrh. ( AH| I.V..t of IbFresh 31c Whole Fish
<> Rout h went u. R 0 A S T Fancy
An all-leftover shepherd's pie a rums. (HWli) of Southwest
Q, (NW1,) All In SuctionHlxleen Pork Roe Ib 5cSidon
may be assembled, if the Ice box (16)
Township seven (7)
Ib 23c
holds makings such as these: A South Range Twenty (20) East: Ib7c Fla. Speckle

Stuffed Eggs Are Colorful Spanish SauceSee few pieces of poultry meat a lit of Also North Northwest we..l_Quarter Quarter, (NWVi(NWV4)Section .' .. Fresh Made e_ _ 'Trout Ib 30c
( Recipes Below) tle stuffing some gravy, and twenty-one {21 Township Sausage Ib 29c
mashed The will seven (7) South Knng-e Twenty Stewtna Cuts Beet .T.Bane or Club
potatoes. gravy (20) Rest pontalnlna one hundred Brisket Ib 25c Headless ,
Wisdom need added if PI.J Steak Ib 49c
Point some liquid. So seventy-nine (179) acres
Lynn Chambers' Point-Saving more or lees; Heads Ib 15c Shrimp Ib 29cIn
Menu the bird skeleton with its last Commencing: at the Southeast Fresh Ground Tender Sirloin

'There!' should be iome sort of an tag ends of meat hasn't been Corner (SK Cor) of the ()"t1ICa gavtnbnsgorb25Steals< Ib 39c Cooked for BroilingLobsters -
who Baked Fish With Sumng Church land and running Kant Piece, Canadian _
IT award for the housewives boiled for broth, now's the time.
go about )their Broccoli With Lemon Wedges Fill a baking dish or small indlvlI I yards three, thence hundred'Heventy North one hundred(310) Bacon Ib 53cKtnaan's Boneless Brisker Corned Beef Ib 35c Ib 33c

business daily, Baked Potatoes dual baking dishes with the meat. forty (14i) yards thence We..tthree
Jellied Fruit Salad hundred seventy (870) yardsthence .
: keeping their stuffing and gravy and top off South one hundred forty Sausage Ib 37c Sugar Cured Skinned Hall or Whole Std.Oysters Pt 65c
,. homes .in order Whole Wheat Rolls Butter with potato. Bake until hot all (140) ynrda to point of boR-lnnlnic.
and feeding their Honey Oatmeal Wafers In HniitheuKt Quarter (14E%) of SkinlessWieners Hams ib 34c picnics ib Z9c. :
through and, lightly browned.An Southeaiit Quarter (SKVi ). Also Frozen
families nutritious Beverage (70) (1) Ib 35c
seventy yards or one acre
well ball Recipe Given excellent dish for making a deep across the South side of Grad' Mllk-r SIRLOIN STEAK joe 3s. Mallet Ib 15c
little leftover meat Northeast Quarter, NH14) of A Swiss
poultry a
go ,
I In of high prices BLADE BOAST .tit. 37.
aced meals spite Hntithenxt Quarter- tHE) Also 63c -
I hiked- point values. long way comes from Italy andIs North Three quarters (N 8-4) or Cheese' Ib VealTender HIS CHOPS ."..,,... .u.. 117. ButterflyIn
and up 2 cups milk called "risotto" or "rice dish". Southeast. Quarter (SE:%) nlHnuthweKt STEW BREAST!: .lb. lea noels Ib 35c
Clan PureLard ,
And to you ladies who rate or Quarter (!SWV' ) and -
I would rate the household "E" aren't Salt and pepperS Ingredients for enough risotto to North three quarters (N 3.4) 01Southwent Ib 18c Young SHOULDERS .lb' 1'1.Klngan's .
hard-cooked eggs chopped serve 6 people: 2 cups or more !' Quarter (SW%) ofSoutheast Mackerel
CHOPS ..., -lb. 3Se
I for foodsI BIB
new respect -
f In TastlCreamLard
finding All
( SRVt
foil VI pound mushrooms chopped cooked poultry meat, 1 Quarter J...-b Fillets Ib 39c
I in points or which require no Section sixteen (in) Townshipseven 2-lbs 43c gnWae sf ay xw
I 1 tablespoon chopped pimiento quart poultry broth, 1 onion chopped (7) South. Itanire twenty(2A .-.-.. !: _. ,
there's many ant
I wager'
points ) Kant containing seventy-nix
1 tablespoon chopped green pepper 2 tablespoons fat three
| with a heart of gold that'sI (70) acres more or less
I to rescue and blthertoI Melt butter or margarine in top of fourths cup rice a little grated which application will l b. based upon .
your double boiler add flour and stir to cheese. To make take the meat the petition for sale now .on
I made hearty I ;
that's a
mined flsh file In sal I ud delicious meal when points have I a smooth paste. I / off the bones and chop It. Stew' Dated. December I l"t. 1943.I Chase & Oal.d Coli.., Ib 25ci.
| been all used up. Add milk gradu- ?'f\Z. the bones in enough water to ; 5t 12-31 J. Guardian
ally stirring constantly 1 make a quart of broth and add i
Both eggs and fish are complete
I im- and sea any leftover gravy that will furnish ; iv ("111('( IT c'oi'iiT. BUADPOUD NBC Premium
proteins and they are Just as son. Cook :S minutes J chicken flavor. In a large' rmri. FI.OHIIIAI ix CIIANrhaBe SUNBRITE
I > ? ('EIt)'. P E A c: 'H E S CRACKERS10c
(- over boiling \ frying pan cook the chopped Avery Newberry. Plaintiff, Cleanser-
I water. Add eggs onion for a few minutes In the fat, vs. Adeline ChongNewberry, Pkg
Both be com-
day. can
urj every fendant.. Case No. 2NI3.I V.-I
Iblacd Into Just as looked-for dishes sliced mushrooms add the broth and when it boiLs ORDER OF Pt'HI-.ir'ATION can 5c '

\\u meat and cheese which are ra- sauteed in butter or margarine, plm- rapidly sprinkle in the rice slowly STATE AND NOTICE OP FLORIDA TO APPEAR to: Adeline _-' Standard California Lo-;;:: En-'

1ia1ed. lento and green pepper. Reheat. Cover the pan simmer the rice Phonjr Newberry whose residence Is Starch for rlched WhiteBREAD
Serve on toast or in rice ring. For about 25 minutes or until the 16A7 C. Alunen Place, Honolulu LuslreUNIT
1 word of caution when you cook Ilawnllan lulandx.
Chinese Omelet. grains swell and become soft. Dessert
line precious eggs. Use law ternIpralures You are required to appear on
whether you fry. scram- (Serves 6) Shake the pan from time to timeto January 17th., 1944. In the above 16-ozJBc

bit, cook or bake them, otherwise M cup uncooked rice keep the rice from sticking named plaintiff Court seeks and divorce
JIM will have tough, leathery eggs. 4 tablespoons butter or margarine but do not stir unless absolutely County Telegraph. shall publishthin 2. 21/2 All SoulhernSOAP
I Cook them By the time the rice Order In next four weekly Is no
carefully and ah I you 4 tablespoons flour necessary. Fine Art 39
Inn Indeed discover how delightful 2 cups milkS is done It will have absorbed the sues.Witness. my hand and offirlalseal ReedMixed

I fey truly are. Use variety in sere eggs separated broth and the grains will be large at 14th.Htarke.Pf3.Florida- this December tans C OLEO

Ifcg eggs too, and don't Just go Vt teaspoon paprika and separate. Then add the small (OFFICIAL BEAU A. J. Thomas cake 5c
I through the humdrum monotony of IVi teaspoons salt pieces of chicken and salt to A. Clerk of said Court.T. ib 29c
FloridaAtty. I
Frank Lnndrum Starke
I irving them plain boiled. U teaspoon dry mustard taste.: Turn the mixture onto ahot for 1'lf. 12-1T 4t 1-7

Spanish EKES on Toast. <4< tablespoons grated cheese platter and sprinkle with Blue RoaeRice> All Purpose Crscker-Educalor

(Serves 4)) Cook rice until tender. Rinse with grated cheese. iv...- nnrfrr.>.TV. FLOIIIIAIV tot IITOI 1.uPonTJ(.......NIIV. 33c-I

t tullcd egg halves hot and cold water. Make a sauce ( .: Frnnklln Smith Plaintiff 4 lbs Crux Ib pkg 17cLand :
I slices of toast of butter flour and PINE LEVEL
or margarine vs. I.lllle Mae Smith Defendant I
Spanish sauce milk. Cook stirring constantly until By Mrs. II. M. McRae Case No. 2H20.OliniCR '
O' Sunshine
Lay slices of toast on bottom of thickened. Beat egg yolks. Add NOTH'I'OF PITBLIfATlOV TO APPEAR Juicy V. S. I MainePotatoes

I baking dishes. Prepare Hot Stuffed rice sauce seasonings and cheese. The Christmas program financed STATK AND OF FI. )IIIDA to: Lillie FLOUR

|eggs is suggested in following reoli .. Fold in stiffly beaten egg whites. by the Sunday School at Pine Mae Smith 114 .West 17th Street. Oranges Ib

and arrange eggs on top of toast. Pour into a greased shallow pan. Level Church Dec. ,23 was en- Norfolk Vi required glna to appear on
You are
I Pour hot Spanish sauce over"and Bake at 350 to 375 degrees for 33 Joyed by all. c January 4th.. 1944 In the above Sibs Z3c Icy 5
I round eggs. Garnish with toast minutes.Do Mrs. R. A. Masters and daughter named, Court and cause, Bradford wherein Grapefruit ib c 10 lbs 33c:
|Mingles. Serve at once. you frequent the fish counters Kay of Jacksonville were County plaintiff Telegraph. shall publish this '20hs BS1<<=: '

Stuffed .least visiting Mr. and Mf r.J. R. Hall ( f _ _
EUar at twice a week to look for Witness myfohandeandyofficial jlJ Shelled SoyBeans

4 bard-cooked eggs bargains in fresh fish? If you don't and family Tbu '-Uay of last Heal at Htarke, Florida this December Southern BiicuitFloor Sweet 3 no 2 25c

U teaspoon salt you should, for it's a splendid way week. 18th.. 1943. 20 Ibs 77c

Dash of pepper or cayenne of providing your family with a good Mr. and Mrs.Varren Kelly and (OFFICIAL Clerk of REAL said )Court.A. J. ThomasAs T'angerineslb7'/2c Honey Brand Party

I tablespoons salad dPesstng quality protein food to say nothingof children spent Christmas Day lambert H. Duncan 611 Lynch 13 Ida-. Silver Wings Enriched I Loaf 12-oz 3Sc

I teaspoon chopped parsley the way in which you save points with relatives at Sanderson.Mrs. Jacksonville, Florida, Atty.12-24 for 4t 1-14 Plf Flour 10 Ibs Sic York Imperial Jamaican i

Cut eggs in half lengthwise or for meat. Eddie Balsiger and daughter + Apples 2 Ibs 23c Coconuts ea 23c Bulk Black-Eve

lawwlse. Remove yolks press Baked Fish. ; Betty, of Lake City spent N. C. GreenCabba0e Florida Peas I Ib 71/2c
New Year
I bough sieve Add seasonings and Clean fish and prepare for stuff the week-end with her uncle and Relief At Last Lucky Ib 5c Cauliflower

lowing.", Beat until fluffy and refill ing. Dry carefully inside and sprl.i- aunt Mr. and Mrs. B. M. McRae.Mr. Dish Plllsbury Pancake

IQ whites. kle with salt. and Mrs. M. C. Melton of Calif. Calif. "
Top t""fed eggs with Flour pkg lOc
Peace Joy Riches In
l bidtered crumbs and broil or bake o Stuff and sew up Auburndale and Mr. and Mrs.A. I ForYourCoughCreomu1slon New Year II you eat Carrots bch lOc Celery stalk; 10 C. I

[k lot oven about 6 minutes or until fish. Rub with F. Hall of Jacksonville were Black-Eye Peas Hog Idaho Baking Canadian PllUbusy Buckwheat: '

|rambi are browned. melted fat salt visiting Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Mc relieves promptly because Jowl and Rlcet Potatoes Ib 5 V2c Rutabagas 4V4' Flour" 20-oz DcI

Spanish Sauce. and dredge with Rae Friday.Mr. it goes right to the seat of the
Prepare about 3 ( h flour Place on a and Mrs. Hugh Haltiwanger trouble to help loosen and expel
CUP of your *a- 44\
'Illite tomato sauce and season greased fish sheetin and children and Mrs. Florence germ soothe laden and phlegm heal,raw and tender aid natureto inflamed IDEAL; An Soaps While They Last *

|other highly. Add 2 tablespoons dripping pan. Haltiwanger all of Jacksonville, bronchial mucous mem- Sauer'iVANILLA

|gypped onion and 2 tablespoons Place over fish small pieces of salt were visiting relatives here Sun branes. Tell your druggist to sell youa V-Typo Dry Dog Food /
|clipPed pork or brush with oiL Bake 43 bottle of Creomulslon with the understanding -
green at the last. afternoon.Bis
pepper minutes In a moderate (350-degree) day Naval you must like the way It
Eggs a la King. hop Myrick Sl-c quickly allays the cough or you are 8-oz 9C
(Serve lo *' oven. ? Gunnery School Jacksonville was to have your money back.GREOMULSION.
I Fish Stuffing. and family No. 2 12c
tablespoons butter margarine visiting 11. M. McRae
| i tablespoons flour or 1H, cups bread crumbs Sunday afternoon. OCTAGONPOWDER 3 for 20C

S tablespoons chopped onlinH Miss Blanche Warren of Worthy for Coughs,Chest Colds Bronchitis

cup chopped celery
t tablespoons chopped parsley All Soaps While They Last __

( Lynn Says 1 egg beaten 2 med. 9c:

took Heat Stretchers: Store and H H teaspoon teaspoon paprika salt I HELP YOUR FAMILY 424 TA0

meat properly for greatest ,
Ieonom 1 teaspoon lemon juice or ito
Stared If) Fresh meat Is best teaspoon herb seasoning ? 11IFEBU01
wiped with a damp cloth. ; J'FEEL FIT % % SWIZ'nIEAR'I' BOAS
covered loosely with waxed paler Combine all ingredients togetherand 6F 6 for

and stored In coldest part add enough milk or soup stockto .j x xb sod
""n frigerator.r hold Ingredients together in a AS A MAJOR"MaorB 9c I 3 cake

meats, ground meats moist dressing. Fill fish then sew ) ):
IIId G"h should be used 24 hours sills together with a coarse needle | Complex all Vitamins the B- '' \
Ner contiin
Tablet 19c
and thread.
Purchasing. vE
Ground meat + Vitamins oeco- _
darkens Complex
IDoUs If allowed to stand and Baked Ballbnt With Spanish Sauce. cry to help develop glow"iUli.,1 CASHMERE

TO,. more quickly than whole t pounds halibut ing This iummer. Cleans, Bleaches RINSC

'rozen meat keeps Indefinitely Spanish Sauces fortify rations tour with Maor-B family| food. s R -Pro l \ ',usutaa .UO..

k the Bering unit 1 can tomato soup \, the Natural Vitamins of z; .BOUQUET9c y .
Nee thawing However 1 small onion chopped Illltlr""luJ potent ensdorsed wASws Med 9M.c
it f CLOTHes
tIIckl spoils more 4 chopped H.Edd1,. A (
than other meat and tablespoons green pepper I by D W. Cake %-Gal. 33c ARICLI"G'l .
thmtld utility noted Nutrition Authority. ge.e
be cooked Place halibut in greased f .
Cooked meats should Immediately. dish. Mix tomato soup with green ,0 rr wear atlllp. ,............, r '
eel closely to < be drying cov- pepper and onion and pour over fish. too I.kn aoe 1- '

allerafor.and: Stored In coldest prevent part of reoIIJ Bake for 1 hour in a 373-degree 89 $175t ll PALMOLIVE

Do not cut grind or oven.
!?e will ready to Use What or. your problems in 0 ration' .

sultry should be cleaned and I tag? Write to Lynn Chambers lor .*. '?!;; Soup Mixes CILlU

lash:d before refrlgera tlna. It I pert answers,enclosing i 4 itll-addrtaed t, ,, l /a21of fhSix. 3 for 24
better ir tamped envelope for your r/lplr. at I" "
stored whole 19c '
the n fn pieces.t rathe Veslrrn, Newspaper Union, ZIt SoutnDesplainei
Street, Chicago Illinois. Now On Sale At Lovett's *

Released. by Western Newspaper. C "e

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FULL PROGRAMAT :Materials may be bought in the

USO-YWCA club Those building.who wIsh to attend the | "We Are Buying War Bonds Are You ?"

(Conlnued on page five) Army Wlve's luncheon next

USO club NCCS Thursday, Invited to make reservation rE a
operated by ,
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at the informationdesk .1 t, weF
where the alleys. are situated, >WI'IM N me ig i
at the USO club across from
Flans far New at Year's week-end the post of flee before 6 P. M. on '...f41.iI .
were completed the luncheon
meeting on Monday of the Army Tuesday. ::::
Wives' Council, composed of Mrs.
Eugene Hamm, Mrs. James Cle- SPARKS ELECTEDTO '
f"" mend, Mrs. Wobdrow Brandon HEAD SALVAGE I

i Mrs. Richard Jayvee. Mrs. Herbert ,. '
(Continued from page one) x
Oueir, and Mrs. LeVerne Le- d. ar atY
Master A conga line will be every two weeks' to pick up the 1 d 'q"",lam
I the feature of the New Year's Eve fats at every meat market ,and "
dance, at which Sgt. Samuel cafe. This truck cannot go to i t t
Baum'a band will play for the other points In the county. The
merrymakers. A, door prize will fats collected at points other thantal'ke
.be given, as well as awards for must be brought to Starketo
t the best 'waltzers and Jittlerbugs. a, meat market or.' other; place I'
j The regular Saturday night coup where 1ILlruck'can pick It up. ,I I ,
les' dance will be held' on New Everyone'')la urged to collect all
Year's Day at which Sgt Baum's waste fats possible. This drive :b":

band will again play. A tea is ,will coninue, and the collections Srt. Carl Flak 19, Cincinnati, Pvt. Irwin Levlnson, Baltimore. Pvt. Thomas Dellarossa, Trenton, Pvt. Dot Cattier, Derry, N. H., Pvt. WIUhm( 1?
planned 1 from 4:30: to 6 on the !should Increase. lost his right eye and sustained was struck by shrapnel the leftshoulder N. J.. 18th Infantry Patrol, was suffered a fracture of the leg; Beach Cal.. I. aboye er'
f New Year's Day. 4.Waste Is fourth on the a fractured left knee la Sicily Hahu at Palermo. The fingers wounded by shrapnel at El Gui above the knee In Sicily:: when but has seen three
paper been baying War Bonds of bls.Ielt hand are paralysed. tar, Africa, and now must wear struck by:: ,an 88 Mm. shell... Pet ,toe- lie lost his left ye n of ut.
Mrs. Hamm reports that 30 list, and is urgently needed. There life'Wben his'': father asked If he a special brace for his left kiire.He was held prisoner for' two da1111\\ klgee in Tunisia. Ieg bdo*
Army couples. were served at the are stacks of old magazines, larly. He will return to civil ... any thins;, his replied: won the Purple Heart. He by the Germans, traveling Ina Heart and s Wears th,
Christmas dinner last Saturday, papers and books In every home as soon as be Is discharged from 'DO, War Bonds." Ills father buys War Bonds regularly and tank. He Is a regular purchaserof Ribbon 'and Good Coates
which waa followed by a com that should be collected for sal- .. Halloraa Hospital, N. T. bought $1.500 wcrth.. urge you to. War Don .. Bond purchases 61z War

munity ''sIngIng of Christmas vage., So, everyone is asked. to -
Carols, led by Mrs. Walter Bate- ransack the attic and every other and later were ashamed to wear. Capt, 'lII'Id.Mrs. Elmo Struth NOTICETO WHOM NOTIC5I 1 'r I ( II:
man, assistant program director. place and get all the waste paper wow, let's give them for needy and ',children, Roddy and Kathy Thin I if to certify that I have You are' hereby. notified to file You are a.reby MAr COKC'P.n.:
Mra! Richard Hustle accompaniedthe together tie in neat bundles for to wear who are freezing Lou, of 'C&lurnbiui"Ga.: Mr and I flied my final return and accountIng :your claims against the Batata ,tot j YoUX claim aKaln.t nutlrid tho 10
F: W. CrvwH, deceased, having said W.or... .tl''
singing/ and IntrOduced Mrs. handling, and have ready for the In the, cold countries. All kindsof Mrs. W. W. Page"and sons, Bll- of Henry all Administratrix John Kolllnfr of, the deceased estate, claim duly sworn to and filed within sword to..1I1'lw"r.with }inn d..a..d. .
T. F. Locke, who sang 'silentNight" Jrlve during the first two weeksIn old clothing of all sizes are and will on the let day of February eight months from the first' man, County Judge E f I K.'p
and '"Away In a Manger", January. This Is Importantas needed. Be sure to get them In lle and Martin, of Lake City, Mr Hon ,E, 1944 K, Ferryman., make application County I Judge to Jo publication). K. Perryman of this, County notice with Judge Hon.of County eight ,months ILt Starke frorn, Florida 0 Bra, "
and Mrs. Phyllis Knox who played such a drive will not be for this drive. ProvIsIons will be and Mra. Frank Q. BauknIght, of of Bradford County Florida for Bradford County. ,matwma'i.' '", Florida publication of hl. natlce date of
Rachmaninoff's "Prelude In C- continuous. made for the collection, and you Jacksonville were holiday guestsof Final .Discharge. aa said Administratrix ,,statute or your of limitation be barredby claim IImltallon.will he barred by Matt or
Minor" and Liszt's "Llebestraum" will be notified Mrs W. H. Struth and. Miss !ftV. O. {"rewa. Administrator, .
sharp ; 0. The last but not the least of these plans. > Rtith D. .KolllnsrAdministra; J. .1. "'Ynn. Rxerutot
JnrkBon St. Tampa, Fla.
,, Pvt.. Marlon Howard needed on the list la old clothes later. Kate Struth. trix. 12-31 4t 1.21 12-31 4t 1-21 12-31 Hampton 4t 121.I Flnrldn
conducted a "Truth or Conse- and rags for the needy In this
quences" program In convincingradio and other countries. The government
style reflecting his experI- Is making a real, plea for I
ence In that,medium of entertain : old clothes, ao, It la up to every-
ment. Aa ,even larger group attended one to get together every pieceof : + ,
the dance In the evening, clothing that will not be use- w
when the day's rain had ceased. ful to the family,"and tie In bun .
All army wives and the ladles dles ready for this, drive. Only
of the Starke ,community are Invited tie In neat bundles and do not
toattend the "Keep Fit"' launder them aa this will be done
classes taught by Mra. A. R. after the collection. Did you see ICE
Pondor on Mondays, Wednesdaysand In the papers a few' days 'ago "OT
Fridays at 10:30: A., M. where the Russian women and .
,Mrs. J.., H..Healey Is present on children were wearing old fashioned I ., -;
Mondays at 2 P. M. to give Instruction i American wool bathing suits 't.p::
in sewing and knitting. 'under their clothing? Maybe you ,; r4 ". :f
From 1:30: io 4:30: on Mondays, have such old bathing suits about i
Tuesdays, Thursdays and Fridays the place which you once were
J Mrs. Harry Being teaches crafts. ashamed not to wear in bathing



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8tant1Servlce;; Over 50 Years

Please, Phone 146CLASSIFIED o .

j '_ ADS I Wef .Will Be Closed

WANTED LOST-Gold identification brace- ,
Listings on apartments' house! ei, let, engraved Carl W. Hutchinson t w
homes for rent, located within 20 Serial No. 20818528. Please r>
miles of Starke return to Jack W. Halle, Halle's .
119 Cast Call Street Tutirist Camp: Reward.
W. T. CLUTE, Realtor
"t' PERMANENT WAVE, B9c! Do milk cows,'stock cows beef cattle ._ kD Saturday
', ,your own Permanent with stock bulls or hogs, get in ay+,
''d.. Charm-Kurl Kit. Comj I e t e touch with J. D. Odom Jr., I .
5' equipment, including 40 curlers Box 247 Starke; Box 204 Lake .. .
City; Telephone 481 Lake .."J"1o...".;;' ... ,J '
and shampoo. Easy to do, absolutely City. '
haimless. Praised by Auction market every Tuesday, .,' ,'"'"",".
thousands Including Fay McKenzIe Lake City, 2:30: ; every Thurs- if "
glamorous movie star. day, Palatka, 2PM., 1-6-44

,Money refunded If not satisfied. LOST OR STRAYED-Red New Year's ::
Flndar please notify Day
FOR SALE Louie Carter, Lawtey Fla.
4ft. ft.. AL.tp r
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Would you like to own a new a. -

3-bedroom FHA house with a WANTED-Couple, permanent ..' ": b., .,(. ',.' .. .. 'M .1.1" ..... ,
down payment of lens than $950 residents nice I I'I,. ..n'I ,
want furnishedor <: "
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and monthly payments of less unfurnished apartment or I.".. \ ., ;'/' ,., :'
't4, than $30 T If ;, .. "*. .... .' i "
so. see house. '.'
Phone 133 it : ,; '" - - \ ,
W. T. CLUTE REALTOR :c' .,. 'f'r'..;, : k,,' '... _ _. _-_-_.... t ", ..j;' ,-.
119 East Call Street, Starke YOUNG MAN-HIgh school stu- ., !II I. ,
tf dent, 17 or older, needed to :., : ', : ... ,
work evenings 5 to 10 P. M. in .
WANTED-High school graduate service station, Camp BlandIng. '
; -' (girl to attend Western Union Apply .
) Camp Blan din I I' Exchange t '''

while Ga.Telegraph, beginning learning.school Jan.Travelling Gainesville 10. Pay ex- WANTED!: ,-Seamstress' to -workIn -.it.. A.M.l DARBY'S) ; 'EDWARDS:' :;: SERVICE STATION '

tailor .. ,
shop at Camp Blan '
local office '
penses paid. Apply }. .
It ding Experience In altering \ .t\ ,4 IS ., .
uniforms necessary.-See Mrs. .

FOR. commissioned No RUNTroom!: children or officers'pots.apartmentfor family. FORk SUGAR Hiatt, CANE Bradford SYRUP House.for sale lip, A&PFOODSTORE; '. 'l ... ::::." .
S3: .
or 40 gal. at $1.25 >
per gal.C. '
SALE-Tork Clock for timing : .
control of electricity for store W. Batten, Rt. 1, Box 77, ,1' .\" .

,,',.f;, Two windows.large S pieces a v es of electricity.luggage; BECOME Starke. A PIN BOY 12-31 and 2tp do .- & SOUTHERN lOc STORESf( ;; : CARL JOHNS STORE

One suit case of split leather .
r your ahare In Civilian Defense .. ., .
It\ 910; also I new Brooks Trav- White boys wanted to act at r, .'_ .. ,', .,; .
L-Bag holds uniforms without pin boys at USO bowling alley '

t ere asing fully, $20.charged DELCO, $5 BATTERIES each.- While serving being the soldiers paid you of will Camp be TIP TOP SlfER MARKET. : : ) 1.,. GAINES

'f'''' -Mrs. L M, Clark. Inquire Blanding. Written permission ,;, ; SERVICE, STATION
. ,;yY ,. at Log Cabin, Camp BlandlngHighway of parents needed. See Mr .,
! ': 1 1-2 ml. out. Brook- Uarotta Director *r
i I' aide Farm. tf immediately. :'* ;{ : '

I, 'J ;: FOR SALE-Circulating heater in FOR SALE CHEAP-Booths it, BRADFORD) MRDWARE CO. : ;,: H ALVAREZ R

!\t" 'perfect condition. Burns coal .
... tables, stools, electrical and f ,
:' or wood.'-Inquire 310 N. Cherry plumbing fixtures, practically; '
St. It \
new. National cash register
I :" WANTED-One or two rooms. good used pool table. Am con- V+ tfWvc ( .
!, I Ib, May be In rural district within verting bu 11 I din g Into hotel : ... ., .. GUY'S MARKET & THE SMART SHOP ; : .
11 i driving distance of Camp. Reply Come to Veterans' Locker Club. ) .
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Box 431-A ltp Highway 48, adjacent to Camp ." "jr. l v-. ..W' .. .
V I Blandlng one block from Oat.. 4fV X .'
'I WANTED Filling station at. A. Owner on premises till 12 ''.' 'u)',;.JtJ .''#.;....'. >
tendant. Camp Blending Ex noon and after 7 P. M. even. 'I"
!' change' It I ings. iu .



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