Bradford County telegraph
Full Citation
Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00027795/02874
 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: September 27, 1946
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
 Record Information
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
notis - ADA7397
lccn - sn 95047406
System ID: UF00027795:02874
 Related Items
Preceded by: Starke telegraph

Full Text

-_ * *

MEET ; -s



LIGH ---- .. _.___ ..
--- - --
-- --
ygTY !:. ri,, w6( 'FikigAY\ ."fiMPTFufBrR: *7.,-11J.l8 NVl\mER FoRTY.NINE--

h h -.. -'VV"'H'" .. ''. <'_ h___ _- = c=. ____. ._. ___ ___. .

lelcome Gen. Wainwright And Veteransand ,


( Navy Bands Will Set Pace General Jonathan M,r Attrtrlr ht Bradford Ready To Honor Its Returned Service Men

jrful Parade Saturday P. M. 'f-- ; br i And "Hero of Bataan" In Mammoth Celebration Here

the fire siren at 3
\ng blast on o'clock Saturday
I will herald the start of Bradford County's most Pausing for breath on the eve of its greatest celebration. Bradford County surveyed

4 bid in the realm of pageantry. With the martial > 15 the scene today and found everything readiness for Saturday's tumultuous greeting to

free uniformed bands making the welkin ring, the General Jonathan Wainwright and heart-warming welcome home to its war veterans.

ration parade will start from Blanding Center, ad Not since the hectic days of Camp Blanding construction has excitement here beenat

it along Call Street, turn north on Temple Avenued such fever pitch. Call Street is gay with bunting and in the air is that indefinable
USO building. atmosphere of that lightens the step and brightens the
to the .. expectancy eye of mankind on
spearheading: the parade the threshold of any great event. Bradford County has literally "killed the fatted calf"

Hero will be an escort of five State for its returned service men, and SO of this' region's choicest beeves are over the bar

I Highway-Patrol cars and two becue pits, simmering above glowing oak coals in preparation. for tomorrow's feast.

et General motorcycle patrolmen, fol- Mushrooming to spectacu

__< lowed closely by Parade Mar- MOTORCADE TO ASSEMBLE AT R:30 A. M. lIar proportions with the acceptance -
shal A. J. Thomas. The public to Incited tu enter the motorcade that will leave by General Wainwright -

First. band will be the colorful ,Blanding Center at 9 a. m. ti. inert General Walnwrlght at the of an Invitation to attend
unit from the Jacksonville Naval JaokxonvUle Naval Air Station. It will be avfnuuuy lot ran this gigantic celebration

Air Station and following In Its 'entering the motorcade to hton hand at 8:80 an they may be has called into action practic-
wake will be cars carrying Congressmen formed and receive' wtndstilHd atlrkera. The motorcade will be ally every civic group in

Governor Millard F, .. escorted there and back by State Highway Patrol rant. County Stark Sponsored by American
Caldwell and General Jonathan 'Conunln.loner*, ('ountyc.rrlet.I", and city official will ride In the Legion Post No M, Its $...000
M. Wainwright motorcade and also. In the parade In groups. oost In being underwritten by
o # Bradford County veterans of county and city governing board*
all war will come next In line, and public I .lIb hlpth>n.
marching a group and wear by a crack company
ing uniforms or civilian clothes, Tho fastest horses In this section of Florida will compete In of Parachute Infantry from Fort
as desired. horse races ('('I Inning at 10 a, m. Saturday morning on the unpivveil I Bran. N. C., Saturday's paradeat

Following the veterans will be : graded road paralleling State Highway 261 at the east end of Call S p M. will be further hlgh-

the 82nd, Airborne Division Band Street Committeemen Everett McKInney, E. J. Shaw, and Lloyd IlghteU by the Jacksonville Naval
from Fort Bragg N. C., followed Green predict that 10 races will be run. Air bourne Station hand, the 82nd Air-

closely by the colors and Company (. The cow pony event will be over a 350-yard course with a )30 from Fort Infantry IJ and.
Bragg, and the
,6 G, 505th: Parachute: Infantry prize for, the winner. Thoroughbred races will be over a 440-yard hours
l' Military School Band, from Jack-
crack exhibition outfit from course;, with a $:10 prize to the fastest. A bicycle race will be sonville. The visiting military

:, "f Fort Bragg. featured at the midway point with a fS prlso for the winner. unit Company> O, oOOtli Parachute

1, 'j.....,:.: .', Next In line will be State cabi- Horses will 'participate In the parade, unit, the bcst-cneturnad l Infantry: la composed of picked
; ; net officers State senators and horse will receive a (10 prize. Horses munt be registered at thrace troop who will parade with 1
'>>: ? representatives followed by city r--- course by 10 a. m. Saturday. \ nickle-plated rifles. The 138 men,
'I' and county officials. sent from Fort Bragg at the request -
b i'2 /
P The third band will be the unit Starkeites Asked To CMrs Home t of Congressman Joe Hen
...1t from Bolles Military School, Jacksonville d VETERANS FORM AT 2 O'CLOCK drlcks. a native of Bradford
Bradford County veterans of all warn are asked to at
report County Is
which 'will be followedby bllllted at Camp Ulan-
8. >CAdantoW uniformed Boy Scouts and Cub To I Er 'Vfeitorr/ t o'clock Saturday at tile parade stajclii area.. near Blaadlng ding under the command of Lt.
own ai the "medical' Scout -H: C).Save Parking Spat Center East Call St. Htarkis Veteran will march In the paradna Col. Raymond V. Bottumly. Pre-

lataaa"'w 111 be,>lahelpgreet Decorative floats will come nxt st group and maT wear uniform or civilian. cloth, aa deIred. eedlnc""the J parade, planes from

General in liner and horses"'and riders win An appeal' to all citizens of St 11J' tQ J .( their auto ., according to an aa..uac cn nt yesterday by. 8. 0. Deamarie. the Jacksonville Naval Air Station

.'The two men were bring .tyfth.rears. mobile arkE'J'a.t home all slay J.t\\.O.*\ Ay i; y/r\' ,. tau stage- ; 'aUHfllujg. Air, d
mjrlllii '- \ -
at 'where ,, howi[ 4 .
porrrgtdov .' : \
; .
I ': : : l' { / .
o worked day and by 'Mayor Chas. A: Darby, -.. .. Starke become i figurative
jmlnlstertog I i to the Funeral Tuesday "" "Unless Starkeites cooperate by\ .w h1U' 'tu'their busi VISITORS TO iU .VED AT USoStarke's "little capital" for the day with
l of casualties on '." For Mrs. BrinsonMrs. nesses arid to the scene of the'celilbVAll\ liter the' fall of Core visitors will be. unable to find parU>.H/ tJ't.' ./' M4yor Darby tomorrow. The USO building will be opened at 10 a. m. and club moat of his cabinet: on hand to

wax placed- In the Etta Powell Brinson, 67 stated. .,. women will be on hand to greet arriving gueats.! At noon nanJwlohea join In the welcome to General
I Blllbld prison In Man- died at her home near Maxvllle Call Street: from Bland i x\ th"w YGtr Apr .pefN/1v, and drinks will be served to visitor by the ladle of the Wainwright. Among state official
Sunday after a long Illness. She Center to the courthouse and t 't\1t.,1, 1\ \\**ttt\ sill be deW various Starke churches. Big feed of the day, of course will beth who have accepted Invitations -
was the wife of the late' T. A. Temple Avenue from the todrlaf t>4Pi 1* \WAY" 13 (Tempi barbecue: which will climax the afternoon' events, to be present are Secretaryof
Btinaon prominent,naval stored courthouse to the USO must v t\4'1i1\' 1 dlNrlbg 1 l4r. It tile O e State R. A. Gray, Attorney

fOpS Opener operator.Mr". Brinson. was born In South be free of automobiles, parkMbh' ; tlpU W laUruR\ \ wt.. Cto ft GOLD STAR MOTHERS TO ANSI .\1UU: General troller J,J.M.Tom Lee Watson, Commissionerof Comp

ed or otherwise during theand, Ih btAAyd IU auxiliary All Gold Star Mother. of Bradford County men who died Inwrvlce Agriculture Nathan Mayo and
to Bain-
Carolina and moved
parade and an attempt will IIpll.c; (M It"m' ; I"1ot barbecue are asked to awwtnble In front of the Fjwtrrn Auto Mole :' State School Superintendent Colin
ville"197Gainesville bridge, Ga., at an early age. She made to prevent cars from parkIng -
was married to Mr. Brinson, of In this 'area after Friday tltil I (opposite courthouse, nun of Honor Hoard) before 4 p. m. Hatur- English
Brinson Ga., on March 2. 1S97 night since if they are parked bAlw4hl ..MM'f\ been de- day for the brief ceremony when the parade!' will bo halted while Rep. Emory It. Pries and Rep.
High to a I and had lived In Florida 38 years. there Saturday morning, their sIMI"t",!l 1tvt +rui'vMdwn vlaitonowners General Wainwright pI...... a memorial wreath In front of the Joe D. Hendrlcks will be on
tU the the BHS hand and other state
I half I I She Is survived by six children: might be out of hand on FbyMnn1\ fM\Ji\4. an4 In the board. Seats of honor will lie reserved for Uold Star Mother who have
lost their first of accepted Invitation to
game Mrs. Josephine David, Charleston, when the time came to move I vIC: AJFt11s Vtn/Otic:' field .
19-7 in the University Las appear are F. Klgln Baytes.
Huldah Morgan
(Friday night. Galnes-} S. C.; Mrs. PLENTY OF POLICE chairman of the State Road De-
Nev.: Mrs. Thelma Johns,
>yed a hard-driving-- I Vegas Mayor Chas A. Darby stated yesterday that at least 10 city partment; Dr. John J. Tlgert.
drinson, Aubrey
11 fairly solid defense. Starke Brinson; Evelyn and E. M. Brinson, all Crack Troops of Famd $2ml Airborne policemen ((13 extra will be on duty Saturday. A* an extra guarantee president of the University of

oea, while outweighingjonenta 'of Maxvllle. Also surviving are of "order" throughout the day. the Shore Patrol from the Florida; Federal' Judge A. V.
10 pounds per aisters and two brothers. Jacksonville Naval Air Station and a Military Police detachment from Long of Jacksonville; di n. Vivian
Form Honor Guard If General Collins of St. Augustine, Col.
led punch In their of- Funeral services were held Tues Will or Jacksonville headquarter will be on duty. The State HighwayPatrol R. E. Howl of Jacksonville and headof

I day afternoon at 3 o'clock In the will also be here In full force. The public In warned to be 1 the Florida Military District.
first. play from scrtmD. ttnldwin' Methodist Church with Contingents of the famous fc&\\ MfrfWWd t>f vision will on guard against pickpockets who sometimes have easy "pick In.*" General Wainwright will arrive)

Bochett broke awayht the Rev. T H. Foley officiating. participate in the Veterans' Hob\:AjVJi tit# (:) \ "'t..tlorhere at crowded events! of this kind. by plane at the Jacksonville

( Starke end and outdistanced for iiuerment was In Crosby Lake tomorrow. The Division Band, VnMw P ,*\Hh JBO chosen Jf. .* Naval Air Station at 10 a. m. and
puchdown secondary for OalnesI "emeterv under, the direction of paratroopers will form an Ilonob M Mpt;j
S. A. Kyle. wright, one time member of the VW" I HMvn\ in World First Aid station will be maintained throughout the day oltlien motorcade of M* will Bradford be) accorded County

I War In the Armory building, staffed by the Health Ifc-pt. Two
Charles almost
Mooney honors the
by HAS
: Alma Sistrunk complementand
| this feat In the second Mrs. I.Many of these same men eJtiblttNeIY j / \ WVtUtary bearing ambulance will be On call at the. Jones funeral home throughout will be greeted by State Representative

'hen he1 shook himself Buried Sunday before the prop. 1.e o f N e w the day. In cae of an emergency necmwltatlng ambulanre service N. D. Walnwrlght. Jr.

covered 87 yards for York City (/Washington, D.C. tel, .ttv\ l .Mlan, I Mt( has don so phone 1. Inhalator equipment .U available.. at the Fire Station of Starke, a cousin, who extendedthe
A9r putting the half- Mrs. Alma E. Slstrunk., 48. wife .. Philadelphia. Knoxville.and mtF1, I Io yA4a ) tW. tarsi the chains phone 27.INTERESTING. Invitation In behalf of American
it 77. of Cyrus H. Slstrunk, died Saturday Boston. Many of them ,of bit, Legion Post No. M, to the

45-yard: gallop by home morning.at Lake Sept.Geneva.21, She at was her too. exhibited their military | wq VyIyl.f'lA tbei Division re. INDIVIDUALS ATTENDINGJimmy General. to participate! In theevent.

I'n' the third quarter born In Valdosta, Ga., In 1897 'might' In Sicily, Salerno, cetlf% b FAhIbgtA* from the pee>- Wilson of Jacksonville, quadruple ampule*--on* of the Believed
to be
e ball on Starke' 12- It MttW JUtttch town of the most spec-
and was a member of the Presbyterian Italy. Normandy Holland Bel-) ply of I two men to have lost part of all four limb In World War II service tacular celebration ever
and plannedby
Gainesville' only |NIIFteyMbkft/ MMhd: "We remlbbAt. -
and In Germany.
Church. glum ha accepted an Invitation to attend the celebration. AUo
t among a town of comparable size.
PUS llth the
connected for the in the American public has | lrMltgds flort-
r She and Mr. Slstrunk were short Just as forgotten the 82nd Airborne (oAr l\1/V/VVWi/ / *> "O* <** town by the : those prevent will be Mr. A. B. Yelvington of Dunellon, mother of Stark'* 4.300 population/ will be>

final quarter.. Gaines- business in Starke until moved a to never Division which has paraded| brI": ,4t IIw ATnd Airborne Col. Thaddeus Smith who was Imprisoned with General Walnwright swelled for the day to an estimated

n> a sustained drive for time ago when they operated often and so spectacularly before -) DINWDri' rh nNo AKned simply, I and who died of malnutrition. 19.0OO.
Lake Geneva, where they so General Wainwright will speakduring
k of
I with Bochette's climax them neither have the lib C PUfP ctU-,1tS i
general store. ) the afternoon at the
a /
arda of Europe forgot-1 N'J' M%J I
making the touch- Surviving besides her husband erated people COFFEE AND DOUGHNUTH scene of the barbecue north of
and mother are one daughter.I Th Salvation Army will serve coffee and doughnut! throughout the USO building. The program
big line, headed by Mrs. Grace Layton of Jacksonville a If f ; :* the day at two refreshment stands -one near the USO building and beginning at 4:19: : will be broadcast -

pin, 243-pound tackle, : one brother and three slater National Guard I StYp d. A* RotaryI one near the Chamber of Commerce building on Call Street.. Major over facilities of radio station
r Joe Montelth, gave *. I Ernest Pickering, commander of the Jacksonville district of the WPDQ Jacksonville

IVtlle forwards a rough Funeral services were held in .e/ '11fAppYtsAAV. 0(1.1. high ethical Salvation Army will bit among the notablesV **"1.

failed ck>. to Mooney halt the gained ag- St. Mark's Episcopal with the Church Rev. Fred Sun I Meeting Called et.k4It..kf\ AJI.It IJ A 'Mae. relatlonsttl& Revival At Corinth
e 163 yard made by Yerkes day officiating. Interment | ,, VV A \11.h< f e public and WESTERN UNION SUBSTATION/ There) will be a Revival at CorInth -
d Edwards an end ran was In Crosby Lake Cemetery R. G. Kldd Jf- announced yesterday 1Ii\1\j A, ildalkeA' Nfa stressed by A branch office of Western Union will bet set up Saturday In Baptist Church beginning

1 Mooney with 21 yards under the direction of DeWitt C. that a meeting will be heldIn .' d At/f.\/ il At Vocational the ISO building for the convenience of visitors Sunday night October 6, at 7:10
b 'Vt-bolo Mm of the o'clock. The
Jones the armory building Wednesday S\/"t'W/ tMrg meetings will beheld
sea* the only depart- Active pall bearers were Mack M.I night. Oct. 2. at I 8 o'clock for the poaM yJ RAr 'fW' faey club w d- NO ONE SHOULD GO HUNGRY each night thereafter through
1 which BHS topped Finley Thomas Mepereauu J. '| the groundworkfor vW tI\Afr.\ Six thousand pounds of barbecued beef and 2. OO loaves of bread Sunday night, October 13. On the
'. The Tornadoes com- DarbY: N. D. Jr.. purpose of laying NaUon- ApeMAeY AAWtibed Vocaopportunity- are among the Items of food to be served her Saturday afternoon concluding Sunday there will bemorning
e' aerials for Will. H. Graham and Red Stal Starke'. proposed new tiv ik IH.. tbA leave service and a basket
41 yards Com In an effort to se that no one Bradford County hungry. Included -I
ae for al Guard unit. Headquarter eV'M 'M by Af service to dinner at noon on the churchgrounds.
Galn..vWe.play. ling. bt.ulm.... la the Brunswick stew to be prepared by E. L. Crawford; chairman .
Bn.. 134th Infantry.The tV Pubfltf
_ its second game pan)". 2nd of the barbecue, will be: 400 pounds of potatoes. 200 poundsof
attended by ate t/NIh", IoA organizaUonIlly The Rev. Sam Watson of Maxvlll -
n at 8 o'clock tonight Club To i meeting 10 gallon* of corn, 10 gallon of English and 8
rd< 'Park Jr. B. Harkness of fp&lfy: U JIM_;v4 by the pub- onions. .peas I* conducting the Revival. It
with Bunnell.V will Lt. Col. Robert lL evAtlldhd j It* (M actions of its! gallons of catsup. was also announced that BTU
The Junior wmatD1yClub Lake City battalion commander. tAJ4viAthAt1 -.vd May. Mr. Guy *tattf meet at Corinth Church very

Reopens hold Ita club bulldlng Thundayl I IIn 1 1I i I All former member of the nf I r11.Wt-A.4 >to JmpwrtantxmplUy BOY SCOUTS TO LEND A HAND Saturday night at 7:30: o'clock
the o'clock.Host- Interested In becomingmembere'are tVJ AA h ftrotANAtt the and that Sunday school .Is held
Oct 2. at 8 |I guard and others Boy Scoots are asked to wear their uniform and be on hand
'"PP* Bakery reopened night I 's'wUl be; Misses LouLse Snyder -I i! urged to attend rrts* 14'l tMI lAWrnadonal or the celebration ground. to run errands and lie of other Mrvtce. i each 8un4- -'y morning at 10 o'
y after I lit
being closed Mitchell and Dora meeting. tbbAvijdAf AVtar Above Self clock.
'n because of the sugar Lucille ([ this important i
thy Clair


.QE TWO -------
... -.- '- _._u --------- ------- ----- -- and Mrs George Baker i
H ------ their guests Lazenby
--- and
J . . . Association at Pleasant Grove and Mrs. Kerce 'I last Fridav r Kina
Starke Sunday C. E. Andrews was visiting the
in N.
i visiting C. He
BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH State FarmBy Church Mrs. Charles Sunday.Snyder and daughter -I afternoon. )I' live stock market In Gainesville. j injuries received died 88th II' 7

of Jacksonville were guests of': Mr. and Mrs A. A. Sweat and Monday. |era! service III. :
Established 1877 Mr.*. Bryan WMtflmaTIIKATKE Mr. and Mrs. W O. Engram Mon-''daughter of Raiford spent Sun- This community was saddenedto KanapollH. wer. heir<. s

E. L. Matthew ,___________ Editor and Owner . . . day.On I day with Mr. and Mrs. D. J. Nettles -{!! learn of the death of W. B. have returned llLarnbv u... :'\ew oat
PARTYWednesday separate occasions duringthe 1IIv",
fubl.-d. Weekly on Fridays and Catered M Second ClxM Matter afternoon of last past week Mr. and Mrs. J. Mr. and Mrs Chester Moody

at the Post Office at Starke FloridaTomorrow's week Mrs. J. A. Bouvier honored ,B. Caldwell, Mrs. Ola Luffman and children of Lake Butler spent I
Misses Mary Jo and Lila Rae Mrs. H. E. Yongue and Mr. and Sunday here with Mr. and Mrs. (, S P E C I A L

Caldwell and Roberta Whitfield Mrs. Emory Deane and three 1M. H. Moody.
with a picture show party at the children of Ocala, Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. M. F. Wiggins, Mrs. Mel Nylon Strips. 21 in. wide, 10 ft. long
The Day Battle Creek, Kerce and Mrs. Rosa
Theatre in Starke. Mrs. Robert Caldwell of ton
Lake For slips panties, girls dresses ..
in ,
H. M. Rlcharde and Mlas June Mich., and Mr. and Mrs. Wark I holster were shopping -- da Pt

Today Starke and Bradford County stand poisedon Caldwell were additional guests. Mack of Winter Garden were City Saturday, New Girls' Dresses, 3 to 12 .
visitors of Mr. and Mrs. J. G. L., Sonny and Wilbur Andrews -- --
Following their enjoyment of "To Mary 1.1)3) aNew
the threshold of what undoubtedly will be the greatest Each His Own" Mrs Bouvier had Caldwell.Mrs. I spent Saturday night and Jumper Dresses, asst..sizes
celebration it has ever had or can ever hope to have. her guests served cooling refresh- Ernie Yarbrough and son, (Sunday with Mr and Mrs. Guy 3r( aNew

Seldom, has it fallen the lot of a small town, such as ments at Carpenter's. As a "go- WilliAm, were with Daytona rel- Andrews in Starke. Budget Dresses, 46 to 52 .- 3 3.85
to each atives Tuesday and' Wednesday I Mr. and Mrs. Henry Turner and aNew
Ing away" gift she gave
ours, to play host to a man of the distinguished calibre. honoree attractive note paper. having gone there to accompany: children formerly of Georgia but Rabbit Hair & Nylon Mixed Dresses
Wainwright The entire coun- to her In LaCrosse, spent Sizes 9 to 13
of General Jonathan M, Mrs. Mary Yarbrough I now residing ------------------ 3.85
in his BRIDGE CLUB MEETINGMrs. home. the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. aNew
is honored
well the State of Florida
ty, as as Cotton Dresses 9 to 20
L. F. Chapman was hostess Rev. and Mrs. W. G. Smedley Roan Turner. ---- 2.8 85
acceptance of Starke's hospitality. at last week's meeting of the,I of Lake Butler spent Thursday Among localites ,visiting in Men's Shorts heavy aNew
Saturday, Sept. "8, bids fair to be the most thril- State Farm Bridge Club, enter- with Mr. and Mrs. P. S. Crews. Gainesville, Friday of last week All sizes- *
at L. ---------------------
E Kelly --
that Starke has ever taining Thursday afternoon were Mr. and Mrs. 6k,
ling, exciting, and glamorous day her home the beauty of which .., . . and children, G. W. Andrews, and aNew
Panties for Ladies
in of all the frills and furbelows, Rayon ..
But spite --
experienced. effective' g.
walt added to by the use C.' E. Andrews and son, Seeber aNew
we should not lose sight of the real significance of the of mixed fall flowers. New RiverBy Doyle.: Girls' Panties, 2 to 6 -----
two tables of play- of Miami Is with 3-c aNew
event-Bradford County's of saying "Welcomehome" There were Harold Crews
and way women.. era present and tea guests Included The School his parents Mr. and Mrs. Kirby Men's Dress and Work Shoes
to Its service men Mrs. James Christie, Mrs. . . . this week. A'.l: sizes
trial --------- ------------
Saturdayin 3.85
will be
Yes Bradford County on
L. A. Shepherd, Mrs. J. A. Bou- Mr. and Mrs. Henry Turner of R
the of the State. Knowing the people of Brad- The Rev. Fred Dodd of Mid- New Ladies Leather Shoes .
eyes Freeman and Mrs. with
vier, Mrs. Jack lakes filled his regular appoint- Jacksonville spent Sunday --------- jj.Nick's
ford County as we do, we have no doubt that the verdict Enlce Bradshaw ment at Long Bridge Christian Mro. Turner's parents, Mr. 'and pr
will be: "Well done, Bradford County I" Refreshments served during theanernoon Tomlinson. SrrSrrrrrr ".
.. __ .,.. I Church Sunday morning and Mrs.__ Frank .. _
consisted u i. buuabvu Mr. ana Mrs. Hubert Rouse
night. He was the dinner guest
, pecans, fresh frult-ade. Ice cream that day of Mr. and Mrs. Frank formerly of Tampa have moved
GARAGE and cake. High and second con- Merritt. here to make their home and are Bargain bus
tract prize winners at this meet- Russell Yarbrough is enjoyinga i residing near Mr. and Mrs. Lester

Ing were Mrs. J. O. Godwin and a / day furlough from the Army Johns. Their son, Conway, entered TWO BLOCKS FROM BUS
One-Half Mile Sooth of Starke on Road IS Mrs. P. D. Fancher reflectively. here. He recently returned from our Graham school Monday STATION

I The former received a double deck duty in the Islands of the Pacific.Mr. where he la in the sixth NORTH ON ROAD 13
All Kinds of Auto Work of cards and the latter a casserole and Mrs. Robert Ward and grade. His older brother, Jackie

In "bingo" Mrs. Freemanwon children ward visiting In Jacksonville entered BHS at Starke.
ALL WOHKGUARANTEED USEDAUTO Wrecker Service a towel. Sunday, Mrs. E. A. Sapp and Mrs. Nora

PAKT9 DAY OR NIGHT Mr. and Mrs R. J. Petty of Sapp of Brooker returned Monday I

.. ,. .. OO.INO AWAY PARTYMr Rall'ord were guests Sunday of from Birmingham, Ala., after I
and Mrs. Emory Townsend Mr. and Mrs. Melton Kerce. Mr. spending a week there with Mr. '
]WE BUY SELL and TRADE USED CARS of Raiford gave an informal partyat last rsst.
the Community Building -
1 Thursday night In compliment to
Misses Mary Jo Caldwell, LIla Rae Yes! Sweeter, Tastier Bread

Caldwell and Roberta Whitfield.

WE DUPLICATE KEYS In decoration, a low arrange-
ment of specimen pink hibiscus, with FLEISCHMANN'SFRESH
ACCURATELYWHILE balanced by coral vine, graced the
YOU WAIT rock mantel and other fall flowers
were used to advantage throughout

For several hours games is retainedby
-- dances afforded entertainment and

BIGGS & BAKER Bicycle Store ed.welners The and hosts Coca-Colas were assisted were serv In ti .. l/ modern

hospitalities by Mrs. Bryan Whit- w YEAST

125 W. Call St. STARKE, FLA. field methods

Those who came to this get-to .t
gether were Misses Marjorie
Davis, Margaret Reddish, Sara
Good clothes deserve the finest dry

Crews, Bobble Pauline Andrews Brannen,,'Melba June cleaning; care; less expensive clothes
& Son Caldwell.
R. B. Alvarez
stringfellow, Melvene Davis, Virginia e demand it. Clothing left to our expert

Engram, Glen Howard., Herbert care always gets the kind of dry

Spencer Crews, __. ., cleaning that revitalizes fabrics -
Flllyaw 'h :; .; :
Transfer & Storage Co. Jullaii Jim 'x :' ties
Cedric Wyles I&bbsf ,... "4 accentuates colors-and makes
't -.f+ $"
Ritch, Jlmmie Brown 4 Godwin, smell t fresh,look fresh, wear fash
'Phone 179Moving Leslie Bradley, Harold (Johnson, This active fresh yeast goes right to work, gives and stay fresh longer. Preserve and

s Ing.Delbert Crews and David Brown- you full value because it's full strength. And bread protect your smart wearables. Bring

made with Fleischmann's active fresh Yeast tastes them in today.
We operate local and long Mr and Mrs. J. H. Hundley left 'sweeter is
lighter, more tender.If .
and distanceAnywhere inW Saturday to spend their vacation
with relatives in several North you bake at home-Get Fleischmann'sactive u- ". ,.....,
( the State of Florida. Carolina and Virginia towns. fresh Yeast with the familiar yellow PHONE 133: ; I

-."... : Among those who they are visiting label-America's dependable yeast favorite ytlf ROBT.
Fast, Careful Moving U Mrs. Hundley's mother, for over three generations. 315Tempi'
Mrs O. R. Huff, of Spray. N. C. yay,,,1. wr GREEN, 9leuJ %9IetfJ
Mrs. Charles Cloversettle and
two children of Tampa were visitors Owner ;
-ritF ;;
::T r ;I1 .he.
.Adti. nuwt last of weekend.Mr. and Mrs P. D. Fancher f/l f :

From where I sit ,..// Joe Marsh Enroute to their home In Miami I ., +
following a combined business and
pleasure trip to eastern' points, '
Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Bouvier, Jr.,
Going Fishing? spent the past weekend with Mr
tnd :lira. J, A. Bouvier, Sr. Johnnie -
Bonvler, 3rd accompanied his
Here's Howl' '
parents home after having been
with his grandparents for about

To hear Wllllo Wells and DaMn Each hail used his favorlto kind two weeks.
Strube arguing about trout fifth of fly, his favorite roil and his With her two sons, Mrs. Reese w rl

lug you'd think it was more Important favorite place to cnsU So over a Bradley of Jacksonville came
than the atom bomb. friendly glass of beer, they allowed Thursday of last week to visit
how Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Huntley and
as maybe they were
Willie favors dry flies, Basil !\fr, and Mrs J. M. Bradley returning -
both right which is how BO
pooh-poohs anything but wet flies. home Sunday with Mr.
should end.
Willie swears by a Royal Coach- many arguments Bradley who joined them here for 0

."".nl; Basil won't hear of anything From where sit, If we all respected the day.
.t a Silver Doctor And by the one another's different Miss Roberta Whitfield return.

..re it comes to steel! rods versus opinions-whether about trout ed to FSCW, Tallahassee Wednesday -
.mboo roJsTTi;; #!X&'*ltJ I flies, or drinking beer, or voting, .
life would be a whole lot pleasanter. During the past week Mr. and
Cut on Saturday, each got bark
Mrs. Vance Geiger and their son, '
from Seward'a creek with a. catch
Bradley, of Jacksonville were I
that couldn't have differed by more 80e tJ/fAut visitors of Mr. and Mrs. J M. t
than several ounces! : Bradley.A .

number of the Farm's junior I

Copyright,19-16,United Slain B revert foundation group of boys and girls enjoyed a
weiner roast at the home of De-
lores Ann Walnwright Monday

EARN While You LEARN to FLY night.Peggy Ann Feagle of Tampa i

and Miami Is living with her uncle
and Mr. and Mrs. W E.

On The G. I. BILL of f :RIGHTSNew and Feagle aunt,attending during; the Bradford school High term

Mr. and Mr*. J. O. Caldwell
spent Sunday In Tallahassee having -
PIPER CUBS gone there to enter Mi\ .a Lila
Rae Caldwell in FSCW and to :
being usedm take Miss Mary Jo Caldwell that
far on her return trip to New wp ;
the program .-. ...... ..... Orleans La. ,
FM a._ ,.: __ H. G. Davis returned Saturday
from Taliassee Alabama, where
Certified Ground School( Class Instructions he was the guest of relatives for
Given by Certified Ground School Instructor about two weeks..

Certified Flight Instructor! Mrs. Dave Thornton spent.:Tuesday

Federal Approved Primary Ground and Flight in Lake City with her
0 ,
brother, Elsa Brannen, who is a -.I
School Certificate No. 5036.; patient In the Veterans' Hospital.

Sunday visitors of Mr. and Mrs.
For information please phone Conway. at 117 J. E. Chamber were Mr. and

or Libby at 32 Mrs. Earl Chambers and family i0S1 '
of Live Oak. /
Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Davis and' OtlllO UNOII COMPANY IT
CONWAY- U-FLY-IT SERVICE children spent the past weekend ,

I-. O. Box 303 Starke, Fla. with Mrs. W, R. Rhodeti In Baker STARKE BOTTLING CO
County and attended the Baptist COCA-COLA


e .

27. 1948
-- -- -- ...
. . daughter, Mrs. Kimmle I i
of Waldo Woodard and children were visiting his' Is. refreshments Included sandwiches and other relatives that she Is almost completely recovered
were visitor here Wed ter, Mrs. J. Strickland Sunday I and cold drinks all enjoyed about I
Graham nesday. Mr. and Mrs. J. K. Douglass And following an appendectomy -
: Mr and Mrs Carl Jones BrookerBy '
were I the bugh bon fire. Mrs. Ruby Mr. and Mrs. Kldon Hardy were
I. ". John :McKinney Mm. Minnie Cain of Louise was shopping in Waldo Tuesday. I Underwood principal of'the In St. Augustine recently > performed In Alachua County

y jr . .. .. the guest of Mrs. L. K. Ratcliff L Dempsey was a businesse'SL'ur school and Mr. and) \Mrs. Wllbert :Mr. T. W. Markey I A. B. Surrency spent part ofi Hospital In Qalneavlll recently '

PCap" : : : nl&.it. to Waldo, Hampton and Hall were among those present. e . e . r last week In Dukes visiting. Land I' Mr. and Mrs. J. V. Edwards: returned -

rp ? Ratcliff mad a trip tHyde Kelley of Ziff was the Jacksonville Friday.Mr. I 11':\MEETING: R K. Parrlah. home Monday after spending .
rhursday of last week. guest of his and Mrs. Harvey PARTY "'OR1ltIU: : I t several days at Suit Springs.Mr. '
jalaf sister Mrs. Starling -
George II Little Sue Morris The ladles of the Woman's Missionary Mrs. Mel Vlckey. Mrs. W. H. ,
and Mr. andiaron Rivers and l family have moved to entertained a .
g Roberts Friday p m. Starke. Society of the Baptist Hlnton of Waldo were of' and Mrs Roy Green andchlhlr..n
of her friends at the home
in Starke Miss \\e will miss. them. !group
f' were Selma Rivers is enjoying of her of Church met at the residence of Mr. and Mrs. Enrl Green Thursday were visiting relative In
" Business I a slght-seeing trip in Miami John McKlnny Friday was: parents HamptonTuell"ay IT Mrs. J. K Harley Wednesday aft of last week i i Dukes Sunday
afternoon Sept. the
mnde Dempsey and Mr. and Mrs. Carl Broughton vUinng his sister Mrs Alice: occasion her fifth ernoon of last week with IT memI I G. C. Norman of Tallahassee. Leslie Green and Emra lUzrn
_m Kltt.ho Is seriously 111 In Ala- being. birthdayanniversary. be.r and l ono visitor present. Mr. and Mrs. Russell Norman ands i,weft!, business. visitors to .Uckoon-
chua County Hospital In Gaines. Several members presented a'' Mr. R M. Norman of Vamlcrbilt ,villa Monday.
ville. 1 After enjoying games the little
IN THE SOUTHEAST Mrs people were served Ice cream and comprehensive Ipevlew of the mission were visiting1 Mrs Arthur Edwards j Mrs. M. F. Wiggins of
Edward Broughton! and book entitled "So This Is Sunday Friends of Mrs.Fdwarda River was visiting relallvcj
drink Atlantic Ale and Beer than cake Mm.
people any other.It daughter Mrs birthday by Krnst Morris
arc Katie Mann, "
were Africa. will be glad to learn Friday of lust weuk.
** and Miss Ernestine AlorrU. t tAt
must be... Atfl 55 ff In Jacksonville Thursday of lash'
week. the conclusion of the pr>- ----
: RELIGIOUS FILM: TONIGHT gram Mm. Hardy, assisted by I
and Mi ai.d Mrs John Mcklnnyj: I A religious motion picture will Mrs Lloyd Barry and Miss Iva. When Your Tires Arc Slick -- Time to Recap!
family attended church at be shown tonight Friday( : ) In the Mao Lewis, served delicious\ tuna I
mine Tabernacle In Starke Satur-i i Hampton Baptist church begin. ,fish naiad and tea. KECAPIMNG
any night. I fling at 8 o'clock. The public is AND VULCANIZING

Reynolds: made a trip to cordially Invited to attend. mUTIIIJ.ItISNEU o./ AM, SIZE TIKES
Gainesville Friday; to have his Illllio Ann Runs celebrated her
automobile repaired seventh birthday anniversary Sun
Dudley Hines" of Jacksonville Mr. and Mrs. George W. Hahme day with a birthday dinner at the

spent the weekend here with rclattvs of Mayport, ar! announcing the horn of her parents, Mr. and. SERVICE
and friends :arrival of.a baby daughter Marl Mrs. Wilson Russ. | HEST MATERIALS

Mr Maude Graves returned to 'beth, born Sunday Sept 22, In The RUSH residence was beautifully ,] : KKADK "A" KUUItEU
Her home here Saturday afterpendlng ) Hampton. Mrs.. Rahme Is staying I decorated with summer

LEAMO ((B a i, < a week with her son I(with her mother. Mrs. J. P. John- flowers and the dinner was srrv'' Workmanship Guaranteed
:iAL.NeG.Nya..n.h r and daughter-in-Inw, Mr and Ron. at present.. Mr. Rahme spent ed nt noon. Those enjoying the TIIONK 79

Mrs:. Tom Graves, In Sampson. i Sunday; here. delightful meal and willing Billie I
b Ag ra CewMn,C..r.. Nf y 57..4 Roy Roberts of Starke was Ann many happy returns of the II
!SHC.W T1111CII.1NlID: :
visiting his parents Mr. and Mrs day were Judy and Wesley Kolley.Sandy I STARKE TIRE SERVICEAdjoining
The schedule of the weekly motion
(' B. Roberts, Sunday.Hampton. 1 and Jackie :Molt, Beverly.
I picture usually presented
Green, Joan Tyler, Mrs J. W.
ALL . . . the Recreation Hull each Monday Temple (Garage Temple Are
STATE night has been changed to each Kelley Mr. and Mrs. C. T. Tyler,
and Mrs. Louise Pnrrlsh.
Wednesday and Saturday night
LOGGINGTRUCK hereafter The public will pleaetake Billie Ann received miiny lovely -

fly :Mrs. M. ('. SweeneyII notice of this change. gifts. UNDERSTANDING t.

a . . S a !SPKOL MKTIIOIUST Mr. and Mrs. J. K. Douglas mind .c..
TIRES I Mr and Mrs. Kldon Hardy spent he I'cmQ71of management make up
i The Hampton Baptist. Young I Rev. "Schiller I'el'\e.! superIntendent Sunday afternoon at Silver 1pr mllrl/ quality of our Service which;
People' Training Union enter-' of the Gainesville\ l hili' Spring. is dedicated to the tiffints/ and need of
Mr. and MM. Mel and
talned with a delightful party In trlct of the Methodist. Church. bereavement.
I 1 Mrs. W. H. Hlnton of Waltto were
II i I the recreation hall Saturday night delivered an interesting; ad Irons i ,
visiting Mr. and Mrs. Karl Green
honoring the Theressn nYPU and at the local Methodist Church I II 4EDEWITT: -
"I Denier Rayon cord. Double Thurwlny of last week.
members of the latter Sunday afternoon. At the close
milk of regular rayon tlr cord organization -I Mr. and Mrs. Hill Conrly of
e moo tread depth than con were guests. the meeting the regular quarterly :
nilontl, track tlr... Chaperones for the occasion'10f conference was held The Leenbuig wets, weekend guests of C. JONES

rrfiponrlingly longer ...rln.. were the sponsors, Mr. and Mrs, j regular pastor, The Rev. Ralph I Mr and Mrs. Lloyd Hurry., Sun AMIIULANCE FERVICE;
day Mr. and Mrs. Hurry and their
r roofed shoulder. dealvn lowon W A Scott of Starke and Mrs. Rivers of Waldo, wan present and ;
mime. temperatttrt .( toad and guests attended Church at 1\1 t.noreln. Funeral fireefotRTARKI ;
".IM* rnileagt.it Ann R Guy of Hampton. assisted with the service and con .
o forked In by high ply cord p4 Amusing Indoor games were en- ference meeting.!: Mr. and \Mrs. Raymond Crews :

.rn up.ihtr loved asi were the group sinning Word has been received from and daughter. Mnrglesue, of Jacksonville Our !local funeral home tntihles us to
profile tread design for of old and hymns.
name wear. songs Hampton's latent enlistee in the were\ weekend !guests of offer convenience1; and services: not
frill compounding for tough it A delicious salad Coca-Colas course,, with \j. S. Army, Paul Green Jr., son Mr. and, Mrs O.V. Barry. otherwise; available.
e.d4 dnughnnts anrl, was of Mr. and Mrs Paul Green, Sr., Mrs. F.va Clemonn and clitughtrr. -
served the guesta by two Junior
Mined far peclalUedMire. logging that he la now stationed and receiving Kvon were visiting tier parents We' furnish that highest type: nervier At the lowest price a 4accept
Union girls! Sylvia May
|Training at Ft. Mr. and I Mm. Tom Edwards.
basic training
ANY life Insurance' policy In force Issued by ANY con
,n he hou'yht 10% down, small }' and Peggy Hinson.Twentyeight N. C at Worthington Spring Sunday.
onthiy payments. young people were Bragg patty an payment In port or 'In' full on a funeral. Consultation!
Mrs. Alta Williamson if Wil- Miss Ilamae Hamilton of Palmetto -I '
present to enjoy this Interesting carries no obligation.
llston was the guest of Mr. and spent last week hero visitIng
affair. Mrs Albert Pope several days Mr. and Mrs Zedra Hamilton
7.30-20: 12-Ply.$73.19 Plus Tax ,- - ,
!SCHOOL PAKTV I 00' week I

The seventh and, eight gradesof \ th SIMey of Theressa
8.2:>.20"12.Ply.$79.07 Plus Tax: 1'R
the Hampton school gave an weekend' guest of Mix

outdoor, class party on the school Martha florae.
JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA campus Tuesday evening. Sept. Miss Edna M. Eayre arrived

17. I from Philadelphia, Pa., Wednesday -

Welneis were roasted and other of last week to spend two

.s weeks her with l her cousins Mr. ..
>. f s **wese .. .
and Mrs. Claude L; May.. a T

.L. J. Wynn WM a recent visitor
to Tampa. Last week Mr. Wynnwas

visiting her nice, Mrs PUT-

vis Hazen. In Ocala. WANTED !

PLEASEDo Mrs. J. T Guy was among those
enjoying the picnic at Juniper
Springs Friday of last! week !given
by the Methodist Gainesville Distract
for ministers and their families.

Mrs. Guy's son, the Rev
Henry Guy of Fruitland Park,

was also present
Your Shopping Mrs. L. D. Elland I.l .spending
several weeks with her son-in-

law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs 2,378,970 :'
Olen Bedenbau h. In Delnnd. .po\ '

Mrs. Marlon Gnann and children POUNDS OF '\ .

F 1 I.. r rte and Jimmy ol e
Jacksonville spent the weekend COPPER WIRE r(!
EARLYSat. herewith her sisters, Mrs. May II
Sweeney and Mrs. Evelyn May. I
Mrs. Alice Fancher of Orlando

Is the guest of her sister, Mrs
Nlta Johnson, this week. ,
Miss Barbara Horn left Tues

day for a visit In R eve vllle. S INSULATORS .,.
C., with her grandmother, Mrs .n.w
28th W H. McAlhenny and other relatives. .

Sept. *

Mr '.and Mrs Clarence Hicks 6,38O i.

of Jacksonville were weekend .
guests of Mrs. Doris Hicks. LIGHT POLES :.;;

Mr., and Mrs. J. I. Cha on and

baby are spending two weeks f
visiting/ relatives In west Florida.

Among business visitors to 8,560TRANSFORMERS :, I
Jacksonville this week were Mrs

H. B. Wiggins, Mrs. George Wil .

All Stores Will Closeat Illsms( Mr! *. Ida Maxwell Mrs. .
Ruth Dyal Mr. O. D. Gay Mm

I J. W. Home Miss Barbara Home

andllr. and.Mrs. M. I* Walter-

I son. _
I Mr. Llnnl Seley had as guests
M.Starke lat week her lter, Mrs. Susanna BEFORE

1:00: P. Dyal.. of Cocoa; her son, Harold -
I Seley| of Wild wood: and her
daughter Shirley Seley of Citra. w* can incise cheap lelfle ....Ier.

.Mr. and Mrs. Roy Starr and availabl. to 1'." houses, farm., ator..
Rahme of Palatka
Mrs. Clifford and factories.
were visiting relatives here Sun
Just a. moon as w* can gl additional ,
day. .
.e supplies of critical maUfiaU, the more

than 2000 mamtxis of out organisationwill I

Now Serving .\ Full maka good their pladg to bring you

Retail Line of Regular Pine the b.n.ll-of ch..p "Sunahlna Sarvlca"

at Ih. .arlitat possible mom.nt.
J' tier, Short Orders and
SandwichesA If

;I Clean Quiet I II

MerchantsAssociation I Place To Eat I II FLORIDif POIf fe<
''' /
I cIXIECAFE I II '' .....

I I 732C : I'

TEMPLE .\\'E.i .

i Oprn Sundays 12-9 P. 31.t .



-- -- tt
--- I !:
? Branford visiting his brother,I ..,
Terry. '. ;
ThiN l I.. to certify that the fol- ,tis 4"i.
LAWTEYBy Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Wall, Jr.. lowing dem-rlbed Automobile will .Io rE'
and three children were Sunday be sold for storage and 4ray..ech"l'IreH :
The School against said automobile, : .
Lawn Party In Honor Mrs. Wilson HostessTo . . . guest of Mr. Wall's parents. Mr., to wit: ,
and Mrs. J. E. Wall, Sr., In Lake One Two Poor 1917 Chevrolet r.
Of Miss Edna Woman's CouncilThe : :Motor No. tiOlO. Serial No. 8UA03BOH -,f' ,-
City.Mrs. !*., that the charges against the .
The Woman's Society of Christian -I Joyce Futch and T. .T'I above flHMiTltifd. ( automobile IH
Secum", the home of nodal meeting of the Service of the Lawtey Meth- Terry attended the funeral of Mr. Seventy and 0/100 (|70.00) for
:Mr. and Mrs J. T. Quigley, was Woman's Council of the Chris- J. A. Edward, in which the Bald Automobile will be
odist Church entertained with a I Terry's nephew sold to highest bidder If not redeemed -
the scene of a pretty lawn party tian Church was held at the homeof chicken Thursday night of Ft White Sunday. I I or charges paid, on or he- .
Mrs. Ira Wilson, Thursday, fore sale I at 11 oolook A. M. on 5th
Thursday evening, Sept. 19, when last week at the church parson- I Mr. and Mr. L H. Futch at- ; day of October 11146 at my pure
the Qulgleys were hosts at a Sept. 19, at 3:30: p. m. Twentyfive age and husbands attended as tended the family of business South of Starke, Flor-
teen-age party in honor of Miss visitors from the Boatdraln guests of their wives. i Crosby family held in Wescon-I I 1<11\| EARL fiOODMAN.
Edna Noegel'o fifteenth birthday section enjoyed the meeting with Following the delicious supper 'nette last Sunday at the home of 9-Z7 2t 104Helena e
the nine members 1 I I 1
present Over 1
anniversary.The a short program was rendered and Mr .and Mrs. Claude Crosby. 0)-----------..
After the devotional and ,
fun began with each guest prayer 1 the church pastor, Rev. C. B. one hundred near relatives of the
reading a joke and Dr. John Me- I Mrs. Wilson presented an Inter- North outlined the work for the late Mr. and Mrs. P. A. Crosbyof \
esting program which was highlighted r.f.
Brooker attended the reunion.
Neill, a special guest, added muchto remainder of the church year.
by a playlet entitled, "The of the
Twenty-four members and Rev. C. B. North pastor
the merriment with his spontaneous Wages of Sin". Parts were taken
Church, recently
friends of the church were pres- Methodist
humor. After by Mrs Wilson, Mrs. Roy Mc-
a spirited of
ent to enjoy this delightful meet- attended the annual picnic pas-
round of games, refreshments of Kinney, Mrs Clyde Colson and a ing: tore and families of the Gaines

birthday cake, ice cream, nectar number of young girls. Two new ville District of the Church. The s .
members were received. LAWTKY DOWNS at ,
event took place Juniper
were served In the outdoor dining i The closed with
meeting was IIHOOKEH 11-3 Springs in Ocala National Forest Rubinstein'snew
room. prayer, after which guests were The Lawtey soft ball team Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Starling,

Twelve of the honoree's young served refreshments of sandwiches polished off a fast moving team,, held a family reunion Sunday at face powder. .
friends enjoyed this occasion with i cake and Iced drinks. Refreshments From Brooker here Friday after- their home near Lawtey. Those II

her. were served by Mrs noon of last week with a final attending were Mr. and :Mrs.
Roy McKinney and Mrs. Claude score of 11 to 3. The game, by Steve Starling of Lawtey; Char-

Prevatt, assisted by Misses Doro- mutual agreement, was seven In- nay Charlie, and George Garrettof 91JVevS4D
MeetThe '
thy Johns and Carolyn Colaon. nings. The .Lawtey team expects Macclenny; Mr. and Mrs. -

to treek to Brooker for a Aaron Sumner and family of
W. T. Weeks Chapter UDC
will hold its first meeting of the I, Ladies Auxiliary return match at an early date. Starke; Mrs. Rosa McStephenson'''

fall season Wednesday afternoon 'Met At KingsleyThe Rev. Jesse Watkins of Deland of Jacksonville, Mrs Bertha Har- .
Oct. 2, at 4 o'clock, at the homeof delivered the sermon Sunday at din and son, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Ui
:Mrs O. L. Beasley on N. Walnut regular monthly program, the Lawtey Baptist Church. He Snapp Mr. and Mrs. Beckstrom.and 7
St. Hostesses will be Mrs. social, and business meeting ol is a young, forceful speaker and Miss! Mary Jenkins of San-
I the Ladles Auxiliary: of the First, ford. Everyone present reported
Bcasley and Mrs. J. W. Klncald. 1 everyone present enjoyed the messages. I
at the reunion.
Presbyterian Church was held a wonderful time
-- -- Tuesday afternoon from 3 until Rev. C. B. North Is visiting his 1 /fJ
Miss Lou Edwards was the guest:
brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and R
5 o'clock at the attractive Kings- of her sister, Mrs. Mary Dixon
ley Lake residence of Mrs. J. F. Mrs. C. D. North in Pierson this
In Jacksonville Sunday. Miss week. JES,
Burnett. Marlon Brown of Starke ,n.
i yroaN The screened porch facing the accom- Mr. and Mrs. Ed: Durban and
panied Miss Edwards to Jackson
lake was used for the meetingand fafeitly were business visitors to .et
its charm further ville.The Jacksonville Saturday.
was en- Lawtey School will be gladto
hanced by pleasing arrangementsof fJYlil' f7 teJ
fall flowers. receive Lawtey news items on ejl/J .
Monday of each week. They may REODY KILOWATT
Ir y Mrs. Ben Holtzendorf, In the and rippling,
be handed to any of the teachersor
absence of the president and vice- says ruffle combine lilt
sent by students to give: a to your wando
president presided and the meetIng -
HOWDY FOLKS: This Is an was opened with prayer by Mr. and Mrs. D. C. Biggs of MICM' WHO..so sheer The soft ruffled yoke and cuff the full-full(
] for Hastings were guests of Mrs. Mae
epitaph a departed friend:
Mrs V. J. Bryson. Mrs. T. N. and fine-textured it .
Here lies the body of our Anna Kendrick, leader Wells Sunday. sleeves..,.the tight .,rist ..,accent the ilirtti;
done to death by a banana.It program presented Mrs N. S. Blount of Ft. ,layers creates: an alluring
wasn't the fruit that laid Information on the topic" Is visiting her brother-in-law and all-over finish. Clings wool l jersey skirt. Black skirts and stripes tops
Will Be Done On 1
"Thy Earth.
her low but the skin of the sister, Mr. and Mrs. Louis H. Hill, longer. And in such in sizes 915.
and gave an outline of the Auxiliary's -
thing that made her go. this week.T. glamorous shades! All
national meeting held recently -
J, Terry spent last week In this plus the unforgetable -
in Grand Rapids, Mich. In
Student: "To whom was Heaven-Sent 10.95Our
Minerva marrlwdT" connection with the national "Grand Rapids Mosaics", and fragrance to surround '

FrofmiHori "My boy when meeting, Mrs. Bryson discussed four goals were discussed your face with an aura
will you learn that Minerva Mrs. E. M. Davis discussed the
of new loveliness. Store Will
Bs Closed Saturda
wan the xldrwN of Wlitdom. first goal, "Christ Must Be Made

She wasn't married.* I Known"; Mrs. Mae Dickens told 150 October 5', Until 5:00 P. M. Due
of the second goal, "Reconciliation p" rd.Iw
But we're absolutely sure that HavingA Demands Immediately our Religious Holiday.
Minerva would have recom- 01946,H...R.b Sacrificial Labor";; Mrs. C. F.
mended our auto servicestation Wedding Soon? Ward presented the third goal.

for the expert way we "Whom Shall I Send?"; and the CARPENTER'SYour
service cars. It's quicker, its fourth goal. "World Wide Christian -

[better and ,jt really improves : Fellowship", was discussed
Uh. driving, action, .of your car. j' ( by Mrs. Holtzendorfi It"Ii* r Rexall Store Robins
Try 4odaj/tnC" ..i.ooo .I" ,
[ "'Ifave'the'i'fcture'Made I The Bible1' qufc> ?f,><)% puniness rFLIIll r

GULF OIL PRODUCTS: meeting was conducted by Mra. STARKE, FLA.

by Holtzendorf also and the resignation ___ u _._ 411110NIIIIIIIAl1AlIWIIIIIYIII IIINIWIIIIIIIIIIIIIIINiIlUI11NII11Ni11111WIY111111AlAlllll, "i NIIIIIIIOIIIIQIa0111u110.'IC". "" ,---
Washing Polishing of the Auxiliary President, .
Greasing T. H. OsborneWRITE ;Mrs. 'K. Q. Dbncan, was accepted,

Temple Service Station& Lake OR CALL BOX. AT 423 but ceed The no her hostess one at was this served appointed time. a delicious to suc- 1191' IT C11111 We\ Have A New Shipment of Parker "51" Pens

HOOVER BROS. STUDIO salad course at the conclusion'of

II Phone 179 enjoyed the meetjng by many and of swimming the members was

present. Q)

----------------- -

..."" ..
Important CorrectionThe

a moame.

route salesman for an out-of-town

laundry establishment is telling patronsof -

the Starke Dry Cleaners and Laundry I
that we are no longer accepting Laundry. .

This is not true. We have discontinued

..-I-/ .
the practice of accepting laundry for out- 4 l I.. 2l a watCFleJBULOVA: -

of-town establishments. This has been ;;; ,

;I 2.o0; 1.00 o MASK the practice for the past! five years due ': "

to the limited equipment and the needsof /
: LLaU.d lima only e'" 't- ..
the community. The class of service
that has been discontinued is known as

Koch Store a family-finish rate. I am doing only

Drug list price service. The cost to the cus- .

... .. .. tomer is slightly higher but the quality LCCi

-0---------_____ .. _____ & is twice as good as the family-finish p "

service. We are equipped now to take CY e 0 C? e/

'HEAD FIRST FOR ItEAUTY"Our care of the needs of the community for .

both laundry and dry cleaning. We will 21 jewels-

appreciate the continued
patronage of ,,
the customers have served for .
years. tw ', i%
The Butovs "Excellency Group"symbolizes ,
'n rgto e
A Hint To The HousewifeIn years of painstaking effort/ pt' s
io the creation: of tine wiicbc We.s J $

,., are proud to present them. A 'i,f/ 1A 7 .

', making up your laundry bundle, do
not put unnecessary articles in. r.

Do not put in worn-out articles. A. DIRfCTOR21 Jewels *57.50B. /e a

Make a list and keep a copy By doing .TKZASLHER21 Jewels *67.50Jewelry

this, claims will be settled promptly.Do 4Dk. .l r5

experienced operators know just not send ladles silk underwear.' The r '
the hair-do to bring out your most cost of handling this as it should be ., <7

is more than we like to charge. ,
flattering features. We will give you :- -

new beauty that will reap reu-ards. Remember the difference in the cost is GEM \

more than made up by the quality of the


Starke Beauty Shoppe STARKE DRY CLEANERS '- -

Linnie Fog McCuIIey, Prop. PHONE
Phone 96 Court St. : 109 E. CALL ST.

..- II .. to .. ..... I
1 ---r

L sEPTKMBEU 137. 1M6 t.PAG8 .

---.-- -. -- ." --. n_ ._ __ .

BITS of LOCAL NEWSel SFECI.VL: Guaranteed p.rman-I Mr. and Mrs P. S. Hutto have i I Mr. and Mrs A. B. Wtlliams had Mrs. W. Hogan Smith and children Mr. and Mra P. K. .....**

ent wave, 93 at LUa Beauty' returned to their home In Savannah 'as a weekend guest their nephew Joan, Dick and Tom were were In Tampa and Plat Qp

Salon. Ga.. after a visit with Mr. Walter R. Williams of St. Peters- In Gainesville Tuesday. part of last week visiting tel...
of Jacksonville 1 i Mrs. Carr Mrs. K. G. Duncan. Mrs. R. F. And Mrs. L.. S. Hutto and Mr. and
el, Dampier Colley of Hollywood burg.Mr. Mr. and Mrs. G. E. Colxon of lives.
Demorest and Mrs. M. F. Mrs H. E. Tucker.
B Ma brother and family, Fla., was the weekend 1 guest Brown and Mrs. John B. Dye have '
tnB C Dampier, this week. Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Davis. of were in Jacksonville on Monday.Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. D. a. Kelly and I returned to their home in FortLauderdale Brooker spent Sunday with Mr.

J. H. Fields is leturnlng family returned to their home in'' : and Mr. E. A. Col on.
Mrs. M. B. Herlong U. and Mrs. Charles after spending: the
.turned nd to their home herea daughter Jean moved Pearmanand Thurs. Friday after a weeks visit with ,Tampa Monday after upending I summer at their place on Kings-" :. Mr. G.V.. paten of Brooker ?inUtS Carlo!!

extended vacation In I day to Kansas. Lt. Pearman her sister, Mrs. T. O. Carpenterin eve I al days In Starke on business' la upending this week with his
? Newton N. C. and pleasure and visiting their
, Senator and Mrs E. Get Yours NowWhile
I Station and Is Mrs. Hal Snow of Anniston laughter. Miss Mamie Kelly In Charley
being transferred and Mr. L. O. Hazrn. I
I Ala., Is the guest of her brother. Jacksonville. Johns drove to Oxford Ga.. Sun son t Ani1a'te
the I Mr.
Morse joined and Mrs. #
James H. ,
gyivia Dowling Van H. SPECIALS Mr. and Mrs. Guy Edwards 111,1Ml -
Carden for Guaranteed Jerome
several weeks. permanent day currying their son ,
ollege treek" on Sun- I and sons Jim and Doug I ) .t HeAutlful
K her family. Mr. and Tuesday to Gainesville moved Major and Mrs. H. II. McConnell wave, $3 at Lella'a Beauty I and J. E. Denmark who will enter a Sharon Hall were In Jacksonville
hen I I where Mr. of Salon last Friday +tfl
Washington and the Major's
and Rich- Dowllnsr Kmory at Oxford. ,
son Is
nvilliam)! Morse employed with the At. I Jack Sale of MadlHon and I Graham
Love her to Deland to en- kins !Mfg Co. I father. Earl McConnell of T. H. Osborne, commissioner: of I Mr. and Mrs. K. E. Dennis of I ,IjIt $1 Per IloK
at Stetjfnlvcrsity. I Charleston, N. C. and Mrs. Nelma the New River Boy Scout DIstrict Sale of Valdosta, Ga., spent
sophomore year The Randall\ Browns of Eighth Keen spent a very enjoyable two Mr. and Mrs. Sanford I Gainesville will be the weekend the weekend In Starke with their M--
Styvla has beento | Bitch I !Sirs, 4. A.Mturko.
assistant host- Street left Starke Saturday for weeks at Daytona Beach, Key and Mr. and Mrs Gilbert New- ,,guests of Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Shir I I brother and slxtrr-ln-la-,, andMrs. I
serve as Gainesville where I( 11a.
this they will make West and Cuba. They visited comb attended a Cubbers PowWow ley. Guy Sale and friends.
Hall coming
Chaudoin their home. I I
I leaving for Stetson I Mrs. Keen's daughter Carolyn, at Camp Echokatew, Orange .
Also Monteith I I! Friends here will regret to learnof while in Daytona Park, last Saturday. They ie-

Leek are Margaret the death last Saturday of 1 Mr. and :Mrs! W H. Thomson celved valuable Instruction In the) GET READY FOil COOLER DAYS AHEAD

ketta Sparks. I Mrs. Catherine E. Davis of Jack i. Jr. and children of Monticello will! organization and operation of at

s. L A. Davis and Mrs. E. sonville after an extended illness spent the weekend with Mrs. Cub Pack. I Ii IiNew
were in Jacksonville Mrs. Davis | 2 Burner Heaters 27.50 i
rryman a former resident of Thomson's parents, the Fred F. Ned A. Powell of Glendale Shipment -

ic day i I| this city was the wife of the late Stumps Ohio arrived Sunday for a visit

William Morse and daugh-I. J. R. Davis and the stepmotherof i I Mrs. T. M. Hutchings had as with Mrs. Laura 1. Powell and -1-1 I .. ..'-II. "" .

fcylvia were shopping Inm'ille Rawson J. Davis of Starke. her guest last Friday her daughter ,
other relatives. Mr. Powell plans RECEIVED NEW! NEW I
last Saturday. after-, Funeral services were held last and family. Mr. and Mrs. R. G. to make his home In Starke permanently ALSO :SPECIAL CLEARANCE
I Tuesday and burial was at Ever Dodson and son Tommy of Monti-] i,

j W. Kincaid has returneda green Cemetery In Jacksonville.Mr. ,. : cello and Mrs. White of \Valdo.I Large Shipment PLATFORMROCKERS
Mr. and Mrs. T. F. Hutto haveas : On Wardrobes
with her parents Davis and For home
visit family visited the|I portraits nee T. II.
their guests this week Mr. and I
Band Mrs A. C. Durden in Davis home In Jacksonville! last Osborne. Sec ad on pug 4.
Mrs. H. M. Denmark and Miss BLANKETS i and Cliifferobes
a. Sunday.For I Mrs. Annie Lou Godwin and Leecy Denmark of Jacksonville.

..r I.lalou and Marjorie wedding portrait mf T. II.Osfoorne. Mrs. W. J. Chandler returned here -"
!. Friends of Mrs Lester Kite will
ana! Miss Shirley Colley leftftisday See a : regret to learn that she has been $15
Tallahassee where
for I Eddie Griffin Ga. with their brother-in-
Matthews of Palatka I I
ill In
the Alachua
01'11"" enroll for the fall ses- visited his sister MUs Billy Dowl- law and Dialer, Mr. and Mrs. II. seriously County I

,,f FSCWORIDALIVRATONE. ins! and family last weekend.Mr. j II B. Montgomery The Mont om. Hospital. I I, Ih'dlll'l' to 39.95
Miss Maxine Johnson! of
j erys who came to Starke with Hope- ,
and !Mrs E G. Imbney of well, Va. the ,.
Mrs Godwin and Mrs. Chandler, was guest of Miss -
Plant City visited their daughter,, .i are ,
Beletta Sparks from Thursday
returned to their home in Griffin We have 2; are
THE PtPUfLAXATIVE Mrs. James H. Dow ling and fam on Tuesday., through Tuesday, and on the latter ,

ily Monday evening. I Mr. and Mrs. Paul Hudglns and day the two young ladles, accompanied ,, celling in the next

Just received' : screen wire cloth,, daughter Kay Marlene went to by Mlns Sparks' parents 7 days We need thespare

THAT SATISFIES 5o per sq. ft., cut. Bradford Hard, Tampa on business Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs.S. B. Spark, I te

Enjoy Wgorovt Heofth ware. I I Mr. and Mrs. K. J. Dahmer and departed for Deland where iheyare I I
,, ..
Sold of AO Drua Store The Charley E. Johns and Carl roommates and Freshmen at "" I
'baby Frank spent Sunday at Daytona
Johns families moved In town Beach. Stetson University. 'Mr. and Mr Heavy VclourROCKERS I I I
from their lake places at Crystal Sparks returned home Tuesday Any I I
W. T. Clute of Daytona Beach I

(OUR WATCH Lake on Monday. I formerly of Starke, plans to night. Any Description ,I
spend the weekend here to joinIn Just received: screen wire cloth

Tailor-Made the festivities. Ao per N4|. ft. cut. Bradford IUr the Best
)eserves | A. Z. Adklns, Jr., returned last ware : Assorted Color* : Tapestry Covers!!
SEAT COVERSAll Albert Torruella of New York Are AvailableTable
weekend from a three weeks trip I I
I and vacation in Asheville and City Is spending this week here II I 34.50 : 24.95
1"1 --1
Jll i Waynesvllle, N C. "Andy" will renewing old acquaintances and ---------...

enter the fall term at law school' looking after family property In- Lamps : Also: OccasionalCHAIRS ,I I ,.,,_
at the University of Florida next terests. He will depart soon to

,I Monday. Judge and Mrs. Adkins, visit relatives In Miami. lie wan Large Selection We linn and Sell

who are vacationing at Black' honorably discharged from the Good

REPAIRTrustworthy t I t Mountain, N. C., are expected Army In Sept. of 1945 and Wall 6.95 3.95 and
I! back In Starke the 5th of October. stationed with the Sixth Army In up up Unfit Furniture

[ Service Come and !M, fitted for your the Asiatic-Pacific Theatre of I- -- _.__ 1.-
--- - -
---------- '" "
I fall and winter SI'IRELLh'th' Operations during the war.
Work GuaranteedWARD garment (corset girdle, and also Charles E. Ricks of I'ahokee IT'S A FACT YOU CAN DO BETTER AT

dey F. Strong SEAT surgical! tx-lts. Cometlcrp. was the weekend guest of hid

1 :\11'11. Frank Hoover parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. D Ricks. Denmark Furniture Co.
137 West Call St.' COVER CO.GAY'S u Mrs. Carrie Adams of Jacksonville He In employed by W. A. Cook In John H.

I was the weekend guest of her Pahokee.
CE 1941 son and daughter-in-law. Dr. and Miss Wanda Pearce thla week PHONE 151 STARKE. FLA.
I Phone 10 Court Madison: 8t*. Mrs. H. H. Adams. began her Freshman year at
Friends of Mrs. Wesley An- FSCW in Tallahassee and her ______

drews will regret to learn that roommate Is Miss Norma Jane
-r. '-.- --" I Chajiirf'oT tfflaml. she' wtia.ca'hied to the Alachua
Monday in De- and Mr. 'Wilbur Scott are

Every branch of Witt County C.Hospital Jones ambulance and is spending a few days In Daytona We Are Pleased to Announce That We Are Now In Position -

still seriously 111 there. Beach.
r Wlltse of Mr. and Mrs. R. L. McDowelland

INSURANCECONSTANT Tampa Mr. and spent Mrs.Thursday Larry with Mr. Mr. and Mrs. J. P. McDowell, to Render Prompt and Satisfactory Service on"*'Automobile -

and Mrs. O. U Beasley and Mrs.J. all of Jacksonville will be weekend \ <

W. Kincaid. They were enroute guests of Mr. and Mrs. John Work. .
home from Tallahassee. Uglow and Mrs. C. F. Ward. .. ., I..<

LIABILITYTHEFT A. W Anderson Jr., employe of, Corbin and Gene Carnell of
g Ormond spent the weekend with
the Bradford County Telegraph,,
SERVICE left yesterday for Brooklyn N. their grandfather F. A. Scott. NEW

AVER SO YEARS Y., where he will take a six-weeks Mr. and Mrs. W Paul and fam

course In Linotype operation at ily of Hamlet N. C., have moved
here and are residing at 629 J-2
school conducted by

.e. WALL AGENCY FIRE \the the Mr.their factory Merganthaler and guests Mrs. L.Mr.Linotype S.Hutto's Hutto Co.haveas sisters N.roadmaster Walnut Railroad.for Street.the Seaboard Mr Paul AirLine Is Body & Fender Repair Man

LIFE !Mrs. C. F. Miller of Orange-

Please Phone 146 I burg S. C.. and Mrs. J. W. Rad-

I; ford tion remain Saturday.of for Comas the ,veterans'Ga. They celebra will I CARPENTER'S I Complete Motor Overhauling

Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Rigdon have

moved back to Starke from Law-

CLASSIFIED, tey and have an apartment over. i I II I+
I the H. C. Wall Insurance Agency.Mr.

KOK $ALE-One concrete blockhouse Rigdon Is a plumber. r
YOUR FARM. CITY AND! consisting' of three apartments I Clarence Andreu and Mrs. John

E I:ESs PROPERTY for. partly nan. furnlnhed fhnu for UquliDd canh.tirndrord )-. Sorensen of Panama City are NEW ALL

Engineering! Co., phoneI4 ]:'spending this week here with their
"-1* It
I, father Ira W. Andreu.
9TROUT'RLLS RMAfc ITED-l'r..klnlJ: und plain Mrs. T. H. Osborne supervisor MOTORSINSTALLED WORK
swln.r. Mr. M. K Fuller at of county schools, returned Saturday -
"realeat ailvertUer of eeww.Cr. Central Dry Uuodn. Jip t.27 citizen's
pr..n". Ha .... over from a three-day
..!.. of Ife.reeFares'e. FOIL SALE-MI..lon..r) strawberry) :: committee conference In Talla- GUARANTEED
.. *..*.*" frem all over t... ."..,,,,,. Look like second runners.Ity hassee.Mrs..
|'I" Free ..ea llrtlnc.STROUT bed or thonsaad. ALSO a Uz: I I last
REALTY AGENCY volt rudiu. A. II, Warren, I RI. I Effie Johns spent b
boa 6B, near Purvi'sItpul9Pt week In Jacksonville with her sister PRESCRIPTION

"Represented Locally By atop.FOB Mrs. Mena McCrutchen, and
(. HOIAING8UORTII "SAL.K-* I'eil steads, mat- ': nieces Mrs. J. J. Gross and Mrs.J. .
116 So. Walnut St. .P' Ines.. 'hal". lablr..
tr.e :! dressers. C. Cnic .. _._._, .
oil stoves .n". hater's. the guest Phone 64 STAKKE ",.. 'ee--- - ----- - -
box '... null* Willxupririce I I Mrs. E. H Smith was
TRESSES! of all kind. reno MriW X Mathl. Mrs. O. \K RAY In I
>'.e, and her sister On-the-Minit Service
furnltur. uphol tetd of !Xtu.k 01 NV.VBlindlnw lof II
I'miahefi, ; MATTRESS Drop ua CO.a ,card.IsTIOS U osa i tulles Illuhway.east ". ., 'Monticello on Monday night. Electric & AcetlynWELDING i I Protect Your Car

P.latka.' t' I
Fin i j
"nmrtm-iit" I

RA: "_--. write all linen; fir.. I mm 2 S4-.rn.mM. A..with Hc-otl.pru 80.:;.t..T.inpl l.n.h I'h..n"l. With A Beautiful

". ihlle. liability and 1It1.) tllarke. FIR _lip OUR
nIt for your I insurance n..d.
I" Walnwrlcht Jr., 131 Kinttr ..1<1.f".hl..n..dklt'h.n I
li ....t, Phone 1J4. tft'"tST ( FOR SALELarxe: safe Ill' Mrs. Jo;. K. 1'.r. PAINT JOBANDREWS'
2-room apartment, r1m..n. I MEAT
'nt.hed: tins hat. KoninnInquire SA.E-l"tI..1 12. serIal A t1
'IM FOR with
[ Coca-Cola
punt'f \'trolu& vat'i atufa lreaem.d I'llon.' ROOMS
at tech menta' 3JO NI'h.rry
SAt.B-30-acre farm 13 arr..1 sin Call lit.after,"tarke 5 p. m. !Itp f

"'ar.Utwtey.fi and rent out(>n woodivland.bulldlnga.jue| Kunlce 3 ItouOf miles IiaalJ" : Furl good SAL cone.;--oar ithn, pulpw"A II "lduoner" Maw, In 3 OPEN OCT. 15 To Cure Your Meats I Yl .

J !
H. Monde at Hou.. nits nut .n 'alulkll IIIKh\VII
2tp It-21 front' of St anl.v'M 1I..h lip
II.\I'-on. brown Jersey cow OPPoltTL"N1TY'-A""r lmedre'5Inc. I
d h'fire calf, $100. AI.NOe forable '
price baa opening,
E...." MOW and four pigs, : representative f't r'rldsrlrhtrd LOCKERS t
'Ice '16. He. L 1. Bedenbauxh. r I COLD STORAGE
"'l> U FIa _li2 I"n..ar.t..rrltor 3H W. 2nd NI.. JII"k..on rip ;" --- .. - ..... ... .. .- ..... .
T vII I.. Fla
..NU.- ) Small black coin of Bonen-pure for cish. nil hot
noon In front
'* Kinder may k..p jnoney, FOR 5A1.R-'h"np and ull ,' M.fstf5Sirs. I Now
heater ilfi IbT6R
water RENT
'-- "ass Rhon.Hartmann retarn key Lady to )Fair I It" .t .Sta.k.A. F. Saris. I'PFOU FOR CO.Phone

SIr I, ""on.r MONTH
A few PER .
:4.L"; 1. Oltuwars FROM $2 TO $4
VE Two truck tlrea 7:00xV : .trawberry ( "Ia.t"f: Star ..
and Innn.r tube. Rayon 2 ttnn
>k, UI' ,-
II months old. run Hishwar tat

7101). and. never been.benedelectrlcr flat "a.d ..... ""II... Qr.s.u. !UJMa Starke Fla.
outride rou I'IALF'Fr..h 118
: >> brakea. $2000 FOR .. "......" ,"..r'h of .I'tork.. ,
t*all J2) N. Cherry streett IJ Co.
.JhW"- Ira ICE
P. .... lip _Ifap. ; STARKE

.:' MALE'. -Nice hone. Will trade FOR SALT ,,431 Fnrd is.. 2 ,dnnr.......
.[.,? "I' milk work cow.every Hor.way.Iru..rI" I-.. ..t..n.. S..W. rir'Par..." ltdnSitinn ,
and .?"U... K. B. w'atterHampton -
"". Fla tSP Farm I


-- --- -- ---- --





1 ,.......

: "" .' ::""; ,'. vse ,

'i ,.


U 4

Friday, Sept. 27, Bradford Park 8 P. M.

,. .

Sept.Gainesville 19 BBS 7 .

*Sept.27-Bunnell HereHere
*Oct. 4Lake Butler

*Oct. 11St.Augustine There .

.., ..>*. Oct. 18-Bolles '.. ,. ". Here.:..-.. n. ,w. .._-----n.... -- ;. ',,\. >II -
Every Typtt
We're With You
I Insurance\ [
.. '
; 1 1a {
*Nov. 1-Palatka ", There :
*Nov. --Newberry Here BOBBINS'Let's .
The Rexall Store Agency

Nov. 15Fla.Naval Academy Here See It's A Pleasure See You At-Jo,
*Nov. 22--A1. ac h Home Game The To Tornadoes Back Game Twm
ua. .
*Nov. 28-Fernandina Here
<:Starke Charley E. Johns Cannon's Carden'sTiService

Phone 150. Agency Grocery & Mkt.. Service. Stafij

Go Get 'EmTORNADOES We Back TheTornadoes Best Wishes See Us For We Clothe Th
......,.. .t To The Team! Sporting Goods FamilyBarkstf
100 Percent .
t'' .
: '
Kidd's TheStar BradfordHardware
/ I Service Station Lappe Bakery Store Clothing Slo

Let's Support Starke's Finest A Good Team We're pul Il
Our Winning Team Deserves A Good Team
Jewelry Store Our BackingEastern For The
,.. Needs Good FoodWe --.
-Serve It!! .
Farm Home .
Central l
Harlev F. Strong .
& Auto Supply JewelerEverybody Auto Supply Guidon Grill 1 Dry Goods]

Eat 'Em UpTornadoes Out Good Luck
Bring Home the Bacon Fill The
For Tonight's GameFlorida To The Team TORNADOES For Tonight'*
Adults75c' .
Auto t Fountain WinklerElectric m & Fea

Students,Service Men-------55c I1.C. BrownV..T. Gill ember at Starke F.D.I.C. Service t,m..., .:.,.:"...! J FbhGE aJ1J Fo

:27. ma

: -- -- -- --- ----- -- -. .----. -- --- -____ ___ _ _. ___.___.____._ ______________.__ _._____.___ .. ____________ __ __ _.... .. __ __
r .
---- ...
-- ---- -- -

leressa a ;Mae Trlent iin, Church &

crlffltland'e e the e weekend e childrenent e here e e Sunday School Guide I

rents Mr and Mrs.an. --- -.- -.--------- -- ----___________ ____. __ __ .. _. .. n_ _______ u ,

returned, to Christian ChurchesTo St. Marks Observe

here weekend Monday as aftere the Convene SundayAn Feast of St. MichaelThe ANNOUNCEMENTS AND NEWS ON THIS PACE. HOWEVER. TO INSURE Presbyterian"Rally

|161 Martha Churches all-day Convention of Christian Feast of St. Michael and TitAN TUESDAY MORNING OF EACH WEEK. Day" will be observed In

of Bradford County All Angels will be observed In St. !, the Pint Presbyterian Church and
Johns and chll-, will be held Sunday 29
Sept. ,
nton Mark's Sunday School at the regular
? Edward and W. H., with the Church at Sampson Episcopal Church Sunday hour Sunday morning. Sept. 29.

'were visiting Mrs. D.red City. Dinner on the grounds will Sept. 29, with a celebration of the Special program have been pre-

| family here Sua be enjoyed at noon. Holy Communion at 11 a m. by :" ., .. pared and will be presented by
n. A fine program has been arranged the Rev. Fred Yerk s. ?r. Sun > > the children and adult

Ley spent several days with the Rev. Virgil Fred day School will be held at 10a. Dr. F. J, Bryson will preach on
visiting! relatives In ericks, state evangelist of Day
the theme "What la The
m. and the Young People's Service -
tona '
Beach preachng: at the Church?" at 11 a. m. There will
lest spent the week- morning hour. the Rev. Paul League will meet in the even- be special muila by the Young

Jcochrane. First Christian Church of Gainesville as It. was familiarly A cordial Invitation I* given to
ardee of Lake Butler \ will preach during the aft- all
called In England was the rreibyterlnn to attend them
friends here Ban- ernoon; and the Rev. Fred Dodd
g last family gathering before the! special! services which mark the
pull. of Keystone Heights will fill the opening work of Sunday School'
lersey and B- F Oelger I pulpit at the evening hour. young people went away for the I all Church In Its fall and winter

,rke Saturday. All members anti friends of the fall term at school which is still plans.
va Mae Trlest Carlle church are invited to attend. called the Mlchaelmaa term at

f Grace Dickinson and Oxford and Cambridge. It was ()!.!> BIIILKS I'SUAI.KY'

and Turman Dlckin- Methodist ChurchTo observed In church by having the HEAVILY MARKED

Jevln and Ervin Trlest entire family In the pew together. T wAil With .the average Individual
I special BYPU social In Observe Rally Day 3o It became a family festival. 1 Bible usually have a longer "life

aturday night. All reIce With many young people back for pan" than any other book. Million

time. Every department of the First the first time in several war r DAILY BIBLE PASSAGES of young ml"lan.1: women
M. J. Eiland andf Methodist Church will have a part It is
years. an
Mrs. appropriate
( receive one during their high
in the for and Promotion I "+t FOR FAMILY WORSHIP
Hampton were guests program Rally for family worship together.A 4 school day. Hundred of thoun-

j Mrs S. E. Trlest and Day Sunday Sept. 29. hearty welcome awaits all at a', atv OAT 10011 CHAPTIIis anda of Bibles have been given to

|day. This day, designated by the St. Mark's at Its services and at Sun. rhilippl.MColottiaM: 1/ boys and girls when they entercollege.
| Mrs W. W. Packham General Conference has a two- the Church Service Center whichIs As the
4yf. .. Mee, : I,2a year paM, certain -
.nnle Trlest were visit- fold purpose: to let the children open dally for the use of rp Ts.t C.lesi.ea 2,4t' passages and chapters are

s In Jacksonville over know the meaning of the church young and old service personneland ) .i Wad. IT1.ualosi.er 13dt often marked for rereading.Lawyers .
lid. service and to acquaint the par- civilians. ? .Ili k "et' Y' and trustee of states
abeth Phillips o* Jack- ents with the workings of the r M, L' TAarr, I ThtmlonUm 4, iat often remark about the carefully
yw.w Fri, IITMndoniaer I 1
ent the weekend here church school. Visitors InvitedTo marked copW of the Bible they
[father, D. J. Phillips Invitations have been extended, sal I Timothy /,2 examine which are' Inspected and

and buttons are being worn by the View PaintingAt cataloged during an estate settle

Thomas Mra. Llnnle different groups. Everyone Is invited TabernacleSpiritual who ment. "No two copies are marked
Mrs. Mae Deese at- to attend this great day. Two of the millions of men alike but almost without exception -

i Singing Convention at Come and see and hear the children refreshment Is being a nible that has been In use

[Church Sunday. as they have been trained in'the enjoyed at the Tabernacle through for 5 year: carries many marked

school work. the messages of Dr. John McNelll are helping to fight world starvation ?a nHt..." stated an official of

The evening service will be of Washington, D. C., who is the American Bible Society when
GET THESPEEDY evangelistic featuring good singing "holding for the Word of Life"at the l marking of the Bible! was being -
SURF and plain Gospel preaching. the regular services. Weary The world's population is about 2 billion sionaries, more scientists more educators, dlHCUifled. '

Young People meet at 3:45. hearts are being comforted rnen, women and children. W. have been more engineers more God-fearing men and
WEf FORACDNPCFSTON Beginning Oct. 1 all evening and than other of this troubled COSMETIC V*. BIBLEEXPENDITURES ':
through his home visitations told that about '/4 of them are now facing women any part
services will be changed to 7:30: ministry.In starvation. Up to American farmersworld.. From our farms have come some of
\ will now The church contributes
o'clock and Prayer Meeting
honor of the homecoming of above have the greatest "spiritual giants" of the past
begin at that hour next Wednesday men such as the two shown directly to the American Bible
I our service men and for the bene- been working day in and day out with less three centuries. Society for Its great program of
fit and of the visitorsto
1lei's 'town pleasure on Saturday. Sept. 28, help and less machinery to keep up the. Our sincere congratulations, to the 3.000.neverending .- Scripture publication one-twelfth and as distribution muchas -

I Christian the Tabernacle will be open all (flow of foodstuffs needed in 000 farm families' in this country for the the only average American upend
day and the famous painting all parts of the world great work they have don. the past four for coHmetlcs.
Belshazzar", will
Church be"The exhibited Feast of throughout the day. The so-called "Bible Belt" of this country years, and for what they are doing to fight i

Drug Storesn.bi.rr Music befitting the times will be has produced more legislators more mhoff starvation all over the glob. SPONSORSOf

broadcast. Is Invitedto
take advantage of this oppor- 'The American Church and Sunday School are the The Church Page
tunity to see this rare work of In all the world"
In w.ht,10 hl.d Church greatest centers good Tip Top Super Market
11 In.la hurt.MitD art.Don't
forget the treats In store Alvarez Store
( .M.HnklM I ItweiKhtand ti
J ALL DAY through these regular services, Hollywood Camera
Reducing l.tos AYIki Plan Yon anti and the Saturday night yojith ----- ------- -- -- 7- ; &"fllft': Shop

it I andeL Your emI Sunday, Sept.. 29 meeting. DIREICTORYT II. C. Wall Agency
far oaf not be Ihli CHURCH
1 this eaiirr reducing On Monday night officers were Carpenter'sC1MaColn t

n>area welt Must Show elected at the regular meeting of __ ___ ___ h ----- Bottling Co.Koch .

b i,conducted by FirstPresbyterian the KL.E.A. and an inspirational McNelll. FLINT rRESHVTEKIAN ST. MARK'S F.1'11>4'OI"U. I UATEKOAK HtPTISrItcv. : I.ella's
mu man than '' message was brought by NTUKK Church I Ht. nt Jiwkwm" (J. E. CutHlmw.' PantorHcrtlctvt Drug Store
i tort 14 to ISnt members were
In fair. Church added at this time. n_. Frank J. Brynvn. Supply Church School ..... __ __ 10 A. M. every lit and Srd Sun- Tyutt', Dry CoodftDrivers' / '
>SVIt* ( II anti 8
Pastor days a. m p. In. Furniture Co.
R.dudng Plan; :Morn. Prayer St Mormon II \ M. "
Rev. F. J. Kryson, Pastor WHITER: HEADS 43 CHAITKKS Sunday School l ______ 9:15 .\. M. (Holy Coimiymlon list Sunility' ) Sunday lk'hool every "Sunday 10 Mobbing
[No drugs No leant Morning. Worship __ __ It A. 11.III. a. in.
n IntercessionFriday Hart Co.
t cut Out any motile ut'mumtEAKF.S'r: : litany Furniture
Uuw.IL Simple meata when or butter you enjoy di.llI luntJ Sermon Topic I I It Is said that Thomas Carlylewas .... Auxiliary 2nd & 4th TUP. ,_______._ 1130 I'. M. Everyone: \\Hcniiiw Florida; Hunk at Starke

Vitamin Candy u directed. Ahw 11 A. :M. asked by his hostess one Holy I>ay... 10 A. M., Holy Com Alike Mnrucu
fc.30day> supply auutuouaAYU3 Sunday KlOSI.EVKE MISSIONARYBAPTIST munion. Clll'ltCH OK <)4>l)
|.MUM ut cull at I morning at family prayer to
"What Is TheChurch" ('111'ItCltItsv. Church open dally for prayer and Eighth & SI. flair SU.SrrIre .
He happened -
Jz Store, Phone S3. Tear I Scripture passage.
I 1 a the first chapter of: "'. <;. Shown, Ito .......t.l'4..nlC'ft. Every: Sunday
fail a* a reminder. I to and select when he had finished Fannie SI1....". 8un. Hclxwl Supt. Center open dally for rec Nunday School| __ -. ._ IO A. M Lawtey

'tills Job, chapter he was so absorbed Louie I. UalnwrlKht. BTU IMr.Hcrvlcen reation.IjAWTRY. Morning Wornlilp .. II A. M.'i Baptist Church
Every: Sunday Kvenlng'orohlp -, 1 ISO I'.
Music Ky in the narrative that he book continuedto of 42 Sunday School ?____ 10 A. M.rrtwhlnic BAPTIST CHURCH Y. I>. 1'':. TueMlity. 7:3(1 I'. 1\1.\\ -
read the School
Sunday 10 A. M.
PERT __ II A. M. Prayer 1IUnTIm"/ 7:30P. : ( -
I.W I. Choir before permitting the Rev. J. I. NorrU, PaMor *
Young People's I chapters M. Services HA. M., 8 I M.
H.T.IT. __ __ 6:41: I' M.UOOIII.AUN. i
I hostess to serve breakfast. ? ... R.': Wall Jr., 8. M. Hiipt. _._ _
1 .3 nO Wednesday m.
Preaching : p.m. Sunday School .__.-._ 10 A. M. p.
Prayer Meeting eachVe U 7:30. Morning/ Womhlp __.-_ It A. M. MIH!'4IO.VAKYITIST Mid-Week Prayer ServiceA

FIRST METHODIST CHURCH Young Fetiple'a Meet _. 7 P. M. n.\ ('lnJlte'lIS
(.gyPEL TAHEBNAC, M. ( mile went of Ijiwtry)
t- Evening': Service ___ -, 8 I' CordiaTwelcomeExtended
___ Starke Florida KTAKKK Prayer Ser"lcv. "'I'd. ____ 8 .'. M. llev. T. Williams. 1'uwtorNerlce
Mr. & Mm.... T.tulglry HrMmxo. / nub SundayMunduy to All

Cep .'at FiK-mllyYhim-h Ite,'. W. J. Church""". Pastor Morning Womhlp __.r-.._ II A. 31. PINK LEVEL BAPTISTK School' 10 A. M.I

Bible School ,,___._. S P. M. \V. E':. Hull. PatorSunday : Morning Worxhlp _. II .\. M. '

PROMOTION DAY Evening HfMlfn -..-__. 7:1.1: P.M. School l __.,_.__ 10 I A. M. Song( Service" 7.10 P. M. '
RALLY and __ ._ M.
RVICE Evangelistic llrotherhuoil Evening Service 8 P.
1'llOrnlnc.o..hll.) __ _.HA. M. St. Mark's
.___ 7:8O P. M. Meeting ''fIC'.1.l. 7:30
Monday Prayer /
Song Service' __ _____ 7 P. M.
Sept. 29 ..... 7:45: P. M. M.
Sunday, Bible l Study Tn EveningVor hlp A. M. P. Episcopal Church
Chaa. C. (hlldnn Bible Hour ILT.lt. Friday _' __ 7:30: I". M.
Bible Mtudy1lonll.lY
Teacher Meeting
EVERY DEPARTMENT: OF THE CHURCH IVrxlnottduy! _...._--_. X I". M. __ ..__ _____ 8. I". :\1.lhl.W..k ---
hepherday's THE I'ROGRAMWELCOME Meeting: : Church School 10 A. M.
WILL HAVE A PART ON ladles Prayer :\ Prayer MeetingrdnriMlay CII.U'I.lSHNIJ PANTO.KM
Thursday _- S P. 11. \\. ____uu 8 I'. M. \-(>TE ST. JOHN II FAVOKITK Morning Prayer and
Service Station fl.olt'U"Uc MervIce" The 14th chapter of the Gospel l Sermon 11 A. M.
_____ 1:45 I'- M.
Friday ..MKTlTotMHT. hTARKK .
> FIRST : !' of Ht John wait selected a* the
In.plratlonal'OUtll Meet Walnut '* Jefferson HI*. favorite chapter In the Illbl from -
TOKINGSLEYLAKE ____. 7i45 P. MC..nl..n Church tally for
!Saturday Rev. W. ... Churt'hwt'II, PastorChurch a poll of 100,000 pastors and over open prayer
every first Sunday School _.__--.._ 1O A. M. SOOO chuplitln The 23rd Pnalijn and rant Service. Center -opeadally

moraine.nR Morning Worship ._ 11 A. M. I received the second largest number for recreation.

1! Youth Fellowship ___.- 7 P. M.I of vote.
H>KKIt B4ITIST CIIUKCIIKev. Evening Worship __ __ VI'. M.I

1M' ('. A. ('roshy I'a..li r Prayer ft Praise HervlWednewlay '. ,!
MISSIONARY BAPTIST CHURCH ._ .__. 8 P. M.i'on.an'a .
Sunday Kt'h..1 ___-__ 10 A. M. TABERNACLE
{ Society GOSPEL
.___ II A. M.
n 11 Tuewlay ._ SSO: P. M.
U "- __ R.T.U.- --.- ._- 1U P. Mrrui .
J Rev. G. W. Shows. Pastor t }> .hlnic ______ 8 I'. M. HEI/.BItNY nA1TiST'
Sunday School Supt. .t'd. 8 1*. M.iiW I SEK: THE FAMOUS PAINTING
Fannie Silcox, Prayer MIlnecoh n".. ft. V.. CuUhaw, ."to,
1 -- 8 r\U-e. .. every 2nd ai .l 4th Hun-
School __ 10:00 A. :M. : RIVMl: MISSIO.VAUYB > day II a.m. and $:13 pm. "The Feast of Belshazzar"ON
Sunday 11:00 A. M. I B.\ : CllfKCII Sunday H hool every Nundity --
\ .
Preaching! Service -. 6:&5 P. :\I. Item. Truby "'.r"" '". I'mtor: 10 a. in.; ll.T.t. 7OO: p. m. DISPLAY AT THE. TAHERNACLE

fe o Baptist Training Union i 7:15 P. 31., Regular Nervlee.list EveryoneVrlr.j n THIS WEEK: NO ADMISSION CHARGE

Preaching Service and Srd Hun IJCIJVN" B.PTIST! CHURCH .
Public C'onliolly Invlte Brooker .,..

MeetingEach Rev. C. A. Crosby, Pastor
REMEMBER HO.VTDUAI.N tPTIST CHCIICII Sunday' Sc'h<>ol .__.?- _._. 3 P. M.

neCessaxyasgage. M. (S 1-2 mll-" Mnitheant Starke) Preavrlilng __-- __. 4 P. M. PINE LEVEL BAPTIST CHURCH
Wednesday 7:30 K v. C. C. llarrlo. PavitorService Prayer Meeting each Thumdayg:30

.. .. every Sunlay avt f..- : P. M. Rev. W. E.: Halt I'axtor

invitation to all read. low I CIIL'RCII
extend a special FIRST!
dent Insurance We who not enrolledin Sunday Sclwiol _-___ 10 A. M. Christian A fall Street
era of our community Morning \\'onblp __._ J. A. M. HIM School. .._ ___ 10 I A. M. ATTEND: THE:

arley E. Johns Sunday School to meet us at Sunday B.T.f. 7 P. >t Preaching, ht Snt Kunday
:M. Jk 7:30: P. M.
Agency School each Sunday. NEWLY Framer Worship .___-. It P. )I. Mid-Week Prayer Mervtc TRI-STATE

ROO.tIS GIVE ADE- Prayer 8c\ke eec" T.-day. a Wwlnewlay ._ 1SO: P. M.
13 29
8TAKKE. F1A. Council Thursday, S pt.. 23 Through Sunday Sept.
P.H. "'oman'. Missionary
SSwr2 ALL CeliaC Prayer Meeting each buiUnem meeting at ..hurrh. Hear Outstanding Preachers, From 3 States.rTtIBER 1
.. .., .
AND JOIN !! US. .1Tharaday: },P. .... N1t ft .t3td lborrry ,1:3&ryll, -' 11 '

I r _
1115. TN5TJ" iaapf.twH.aa. .- .

..- .... ,..


r '.,

......,. J

1\I --- -,- -...--._- .. .... __ tT,1
wish to thank our many CERN:
A Can Use More PulpwoodWHITE friends and neighbors for the You are her.by notified to. file COME
sympathy and assistance and for estate any and of Alma all claims Hlntrunk against, deceased, INTODAY
the beautiful floral offerings during with Honorable County Judge K.
the recent Ulricas and deathof K. Perryman on or before el ntmontln !
from first publication
Container Crp'n of America Fernandina. Fla. our loved one J. Frank Col. this notice, the name being, dulyworn
. statement of account or
ley.The the name. will he barred by statute.
. Family of J, Frank Colley.CIRCUIT Thin. Sept. Ztth 1948,
Carrie Thompson. Executrix
IN COURT KHAIlKOHncoi'Trr. : -Z7 4t 1018CIRCUIT 1
Clothingand ('KHY. is COURT ItRADrOnn
Jean Jank Lov.tt. allltlZ.v.v*. (CnllNTIT KLOHIOAI 1:% CH A.I.Arthur .
Harry Nathnnlal Thom : tt, .'Eli V.
Defendant Case:: No. S078. J Board man, Plaintiff, v.. I
ORDER OF" PUBLICATION! Eleanor 10. Rodenback Boardman
Nathaniel Thomas I..v..tt.wh. AND NOTir-TO TO APPEAR 7 .
residence and address IM No. STATE OF FLORIDA to Eleanor
3 Atlantlo Avenue, Rarrlntcton B. Rtidenback Hoardman wnoae -
Now Jersey (or) Mlm June Klel- residence and address U 8-1 Bell
Horn ID* Wont Clinton Avenue, Street Bllovllle, New J..y.You .
Oaklyn New ..f..y.YOII .
1 1Vrk
are required to appear onOctober SASE
are rqnlr to appear on
October SO, 1946. In the abovenamed 28. 1946. In ,the wherein abovenamed 0ti
Court and cause, wiiortlnplaintiff Court and cause
The: Entire Family leaka divorce. Pradford plaintiff Telegraph seeks divorce..b"lIlIubU..h BradfordCounty thisOrder
C'nunty Telegraph shall publish thisOrder lenuee.
In next four weekly
In next four weekly lumieiiWltnemi .
hnnd and official .el|
WI'n "" mY
V at Htarke.mY bend Florida and, thin officialscat Septeraher at Starke. Florida this SeptemberJ5 "' : ;-:. .' .', ., .,
ON'FtCIAL 13 1948. (OFFICIAL 1948. SEAL) A. J. Thomas. .j( : .P Ii i a
( SEAL) A. J. Thomast
Every day is bargain day "'.''', Of said Court.T. An Clerk of said Court.
Frank I-andrum, atorko. pin. William. I D Jacksonville. Floor Fla .
Atty. for Plf. 9-27 4t 10-H Clark Building

.at, the * 'IM: CIRCUIT. FLORIDA COURT- DRADFORDC04INTY IN CMAN.CKKV. Atty._for i_Pit. ,,-27 41 10.18 AUTO y

Raymond. d. HolIl
No. 60113.Holllday. IXiftndant. Case SEAT g. .29c
Holllday, whose residence and addretiH Important meeting (election : 1.89
Nowt {
U: 82 East lit. Street
Brooklyn New. York. of Officers) Friday 3 P. M. at ENAIA
You are required to appear on home of Mrs. Ara Moltt. EL
October 18, 1946, In the abovenamed Baby la safe in ,ttla comfortable '
. Court and came, wherein Verse for the week: Mat. Strong fab-
,. ,. --,. plaintiff seeks divorce. BradfordCounty tie, metal frasw.e e
r r II '" I Telegraph shall publish I this '
"Wine la a mocker strong
; ;
.. Order In next four weekly lisuea.Vitnnna I
my hand and official I seal. drink Is raging; and whoso- fN
at Starke, Florida. SAVE' THESE! MfNG
this September ever Is dt"Celvetthereby Is. not
14 1946.OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. ThomasA wine j .. Proverbs 20:1." ". 9 C
Clerk of laid Court. ,
Attr r"nk '..iJindrum Btarke, Fla. LAura: II. Scott Union WCTU -l .
for Pit. 9-J7 4t 10-18 I '

Sun. Mon. Tues. Sept. 29 30, Oct. 1 TIRE

2'11..'. u'Pttfc.//I
PUMPS g0tgeoue:color. Ju..

Johnson( Either Williams Lucille Ball ANNOUNCEMENTFor I 0 t .j Pcf a .4 1IID00tlJN

Keenan Wynn 1.95 timid lJ
ow J -0". k'W :' .!1I4/1jfl

Wed. Thurs. -- Oct. 2-3 several ", ,.
years construction,
"WIFE OF MONTE CRISTO"With highly Sturdy efficient.. Completewith

I The Lake City Laundry berry hose


has been serving Starke

SUN. MON. indirectly .


McCrea Brian Donlevy Sonny Tufts We are now soliciting SPINNER RADIATOR FLUSH MOVE

Barbara Britton ," your family wash bundle 1.50 AND RADIATOR IHOUUmnoo

,. Tues. Wed. Thurs.
t ': 1....... vita RUST RESISTOR

"UP GOES MASIE"; with Ann,Sothern t directly from our own truck. damp metal Attrsetivcolon. has and*

t I..,. r .. ,. r ,. : '
." '0 $ t f I

F LA .S" H -- The Finish Watch for the blue and white truck-. vi \ fl..1eJ Glass .I i" SOS f ,

on Tuesday Wednesday FIRE cif;
Ye, the Chin Whisker Contest will officiallybe I
'ended at 10 P. AI., Saturday when the i t- :D DOOR 39c l EXTINGUISHER
Judges decide on the winner at the Street and Saturday of each week. MINROR for both
Dance just before the drawing of the new

Ford car, Saturday:, Sept. 28. Flash quickly remora cUrt 8.45

The winner of the. most unique contest ever I.I I 19 dost- and prevents sludge.rust Resistor, corroProtect' home ant .".
conducted in this country will be the owner City LaundryLAKE sloe and sludge. Brass; can't corrode Wleak.
Otres clear vision to tie OomiUtdr
of fine watch offered F. .
a very by Harley rear Four-Inch, non-glar., Quart. sire.IalIIet. .
Strong. local jeweler who sponsored and OnT o&axnel a.rm.
originated. this spectacular contest. CITY FLORIDA ..

Pictured,below are four of the contest final. r
Ists! : (top row) Clayton Strickland. BrowardI\ I SEE THESE SUPER SPECIAL .*,] WHKILAST' THEY

Strickland; (bottom row) Jake Johns Levy .

linen.SeVeraT. ; Reg. 1.39 R.

GREEN'SSTORE 1 Two-Incll Focktt tTVCOMB' *-

\ 1.59 : PLIERS. 1 i.c


'$.4 more efficient per
wtUa h1nc. formance of your radio. TenInch.type
mount n.. Sap... flo. HACKSAW 19
.aaUt7. .
Snpreme Q1II1It1.MONEY


1:00 P. M."N
: R.0.1.9t t



'to ps:: of all iretonBarr.


:. We Will Have METHOD


---- A Nice Assortment .9. i

more local contestants started In the
whisker derby but due to unforseen circum- "* FOG lOD

'stances were forced to withdraw although V of Meats and Groceriesfor P doo.fd. ;
they had a very good chance to be the winner. LIIIIT

These late photos: will give you an idea as to just how Starke men can grow a good crop the Week-end 1.98 2Q- "' &w totlj: 'm.
if they really dig down for it. General Wainwright b. L:

will be asked to be one of the judges. o. anu_.a_:...CbamDJoaix.faeh. .. ..
$ : Black eaaael e l.
flnUk. Amber 1'11" Pro.
f0cue4 ][asda bulb. Tin

Harley F. StrongCamp SHOP EARLY ftJIIel

Blanding Jeweler Since 1911 THIS WEEK J. P. Roberts Motor

137 W. Call St. Starke, Fla.

,600 Temple Ave. Stacked






I* WAINWRIGHT i Homecoming CelebrationIN

ra ord COUNTY Telegraph I


Meet The Man We'll Greet Tomorrow Gen. J. M. Wainwright I


[-Ditch Stand "WAINWRIGHT ROCK"The Describes Cruelty General and Mrs. Wainwright In A Moment of Relaxation

capitulation of Corregldor, under the command of Gen.

ataan Hero Jonathan M. Wainwright,wrote the end of an epic of hopeless Op Japanese
heroism seldom matched In military history. The story of

"Walnwright's Rock" was the story of men who held on and
ired Nationn fought until their endurance was stretched beyond human limits. Toward Prisoners

Besides a merciless blasting from the air and from massed

Starke and Bradford artillery the defenders faced a lack of ammunition and food. General went on to New York

i extend a welcome tomor- Original strategy for the defense of the Philippines providedthat where an estimated 4,000,000 per-I
our distinguished guest, American troops withdrawing to Dataan would be expectedto sons lined the streets to
|-o i I Jonathan M. Wainwright. hold out there for only 60 days, the; time it was estimatedthat homecoming welcome to him and i

II I be paying homage to one would be required to get reinforcements to them. four of his men who endured with
[ most gallant commanders But this strategy was upset by the Japanese sneak attackon him the bitterness of defeat on al
Lpular figures to emerge Pearl Harbor The resultant serious damage to the United Bat turn and Corregldor'and the

ittrld War II. States fleet and widespread destruction of American planes In subsequent Imprisonment
he lost a battle It What he described as the highlight
ough Manila gave command ol the air and sea to the Japanese.
battle lost against over- of his life came when President :r
-line odds and General Wain- Throughout the campaign on Bataan peninsula, Wainwright Harry S. Truman pinned the a,
not only directed his but side of them.
came home to a conquer- men fought along Congresdional Medal on him-the
kicome as the "hero of Cor- Awaits "Final Curtain"To highest award that America gives

unofficial suggestions that he leave the Island when he its fighting men. The citationset
liim forth that Gen. Wainwright
fallen the hopeless
had knew the situation was beyond hope, Wainwright replied: "1 have
task of defending "distinguished himself by intrepidand
been with my'men truvn' the start and If captured I will share
after the Islands << leadership
ten Mlipplnes cut off from all hope of their lot. We have been through so much together that my conscience greatly superior enemy forces"

f the early months of WorldI. would not let me leave before the final curtain." and added: "At the repeated, risk
I. He and the courageoust The hours before the so-called final curtain were describedIn of life above and beyond the call
his command fought on a series of poignant radio messages from Corregtdor tappedout of duty In his position he frequented -
his food and ammunition by a member of the Signal Corps. the firing lino of hi*

exhausted and there was no ".Gt'neraJValnwrlght is a right guy And ue are willing to troops where his presence provided -
the example and incentive that
tive left but to surrender go on for him but shells were dropping all night faster than
helped make the gallant effortsof
Japanese. hell" he radioed. "Damage terrific. Too much for guys to take. those "
men possible.
fer that bitter experience Enemy heavy crosx-sluMIIng and<< bombing. They have got us
I three months Born In WashingtonGen. :
Ighteen three years days of misery In all around and from the sky Wainwright was born at w t4//: k

ese prlaon camps where hebeaten "The jig Is up. Everybody Is bawling like a baby. They are Walla Walla Washington, on Au-
and subjected to Inles piling dead and wounded in our tunnel. I know now how a gust 23 1883. He was graduatedfrom It

by an arrogant enemy mouse feels caught in a trap waiting for guys to come along the U. S. Military Academyat (
West Point In 190S as a second ie'r
Fights Hopeless.. Battle and finish it up.
Wainwright took command lieutenant of cavalry and _led a
L .
... -- -- In the 1909 Phllippine -
nerlcan forces In the Phil cavalry charge j
fcs when Gen. Douglas Mac. in the presence of his own men was on the other foot." "I expedition against the] 3X
Lr was ordered to Australia to make the punishment more After this ceremony. Gen. Wainwright Moros. .
farch 1942 to become Su humiliating. flew to the Philippines) He served In France during
> Allied Commander In the Shortly after Japan surrendered where Gen. Tomoyukl Yamashlta, World War 1'on the general staff
fcwest' Pacific. The Philip In the summer of 1949 a. rescue the Japanese "tiger of Malaya", of the 82nd, Division and after
were doomed andeveryone team of American parachutists surrendered to him the remnantsof the Armistice was assigned to the
it, but Wainwright went released him and other Allied his once great army. general staff of the Third Army I
fight a battle that never prisoners from a camp at Stan Get Medal of Honor with which-, he went into Ger-

hope. 150 miles northeast pf Mukden. America took him to Its heart many. '

Itaan fell,on. A>fril8' and all Planea_4henj>Jcked<.Ulen up and upon, hla .to the States."I At present he is stationed andiscommanding at '-x.era av.1:!
ore who could possibly db soted flew them to Chungking. Gaunt never dreamed my return home Fort ,Sam Houston-Texas officer of the. 4th General Walnwrjffhf and Mrs; Wainwright -wr ghfireinarrrel in 1011 ana had one
the two-mil channel!. sep- and 'stooped. General Wainwright would be like this" he said at are pictured' above In one .of the son, Jonathan Mayhew Walnwriffht'IV.''' She
ng Bataan peninsula from looked more than ever his schooldays San Francisco, where he led and U. S. Army. quiet moments of relaxation that have done was the former Adele Howard Holley. Because

(rjldor to make a last deeper nickname of "Skinny. reviewed a Victory Day Parade much to restore his health after the ordeal of illness Mrs. WaInwright will not
In Spirit"The
tend on the Island ,fortress But much of his suffering and Washington gave him a tum- Not Beaten
of his imprisonment. He and Mrs. Wainaccompany the general on his trip to Starke.
harbor. All long
night humiliation wasforgotten In the ultuous welcome and It was there
who fought on
Hwar-weary fighters braved satisfaction he obtained from witnessing that he was reunited with Mrs. men I
ese bombers and bharkind the formal ceremony of Wainwright. She had been ordered Bataan and Corregldor" were never Wainwright Doesn't How Wainwright
General Wainwright -
waters to reach a place unconditional surrender of the out of the Philippines In May beaten In spirit
which they could ,continue Japanese on the battleship Missouri 1941 because of the dangerous once commented. "Ex and Trust The Japs; J\ Now He SpeaksIf I Surrender LookedTo
[uneven fight. In spite of in Tokyo Bay. "It was one situation then developing and hausted by of thinning terrific pounding bysiege Warns of TreacheryDeclaring Jap ReporterThe
I gallant resistance, the Inible of the greatest thrills of my life." they did not see each other again the ordeal bombers. It was
surrender came on Maylou he said, adding dryly that "The for more than four years. guns and the struggle." that "peace Is, a milItant you're lucky enough to J.p.ne..1"01\ \ \' of 'General -
.2. last surrender I attended the shoe From the capital the beloved useless to state which Is not securedby hear General W a I n wright's Walnwrlght' surrender came

have given the world a wishful thinking". General- speech I n Stsrke Saturday from a correspondent of the

ng example of patriotic fort Wainwright shortly after his release afternoon, either from the Tokyo newspaper Nlchl Nlchi,
and self-sacrifice," President l from prison, urged that the based on "eyewitness accounts".
velt said In a message to United States never again letdown platform, or over. the air thisIs The Jap reporter described

defeated general adding: OF THE DAYS EVENTS Its guard.He the kind of voice you can Walnwrlght'e surrender as "one
calm determination of you PROGRAM told his fellow citizens that expect to Bear according to of the most pathetic scenes witnessed .

rahlp in a desperate situation ...w. "If we are to be sure of our liberty Frank Colby speech expert by Japanese expeditionary
la standard of duty for our we must preserve it through forces In the Philippines." and
and columnist:
A. M. newspaper
era throughout the world. 8:30 full cooperation with other peace- told of the General "haggard from
| and your devoted followers Motorcade forma on East Call Street and proceeds' to Jacksonville loving nations; we must be ready Vole, d. e p baritone of lack of sleep and from worry"

become the living symbol Naval Air Station to greet General Jonathan M.;' amwngnt, U. S. to fight for It. and until we are rather limited range. It Is advancing with his aides, undera

ur war alms and the guar Army. safe from treachery we must keep not a voice of, much musical whit. flag."Ushered .
l e Clf victory.", 10:00: A. M. our defense Impregnable." timbre but It does have a'manly Into the room of the
f Is generally agreed that it General Wainwright at Jacksonville "I have seen the Japanse as resolute that Japanese commander," .t h e account
Committee quality
I Walnwrlghfs last-ditch stand Welcoming greets they are with their veneer stripped continued ""General Wainwright -,
I held back the Japanese until Naval Air Station. off" he continued. "I shall typifies his quiet nobility, and slumped Into a chair offered -
[United States cot Its 'hands 10:00 A. M. to 1:00: P. M. Mar the scar of those years all fortitude of spirit which have him by one of the Japanese

o fight again after the knockat Horse racing at the foot of East Call Street near Blanding Center. my life ,and I could not forget endeared him to all' Americans officers The defeated American
Pearl Harbor. As Sec- M. 2:00 P. M. them If I would. I have come and all friends of Amer- commander presented a pitiful
of War Stlmson put It: 1:00: to to know the cunning with which ica. sight M he sat In"the faint glimmer .
r prolonging the defense of the Reception of guests at U.S.O. building, Corner Temple Avenue and they conceal their true nature. of a candle light- his head.
[ipplnes Gen. Wainwright Im- Washington. Street. '. and how quickly It leaps forth EanoclaUea, about the average held In both hands hla eyea star-

pllljed a large enemy army for 2:00: p M. to 3:00: P.M. when there U no Immediate for aonprofesslonalspeakers. Ing at the ground .'.
iciest time to permit the chance ..of retaliation. "When the Japanese, commander
Call Street.
eI to be marshaled which Parade formed near Blanding Center be entered the
"The Japanese can subservl.ent Style, deliberate and room with U
/:'stopped the., Japanese adS 3:00: P. M. to 3:20 P. M.NavatvAir : they can be pleasant and co-'' His speech patternIs hands tripping the handle of a

Show. eperatlre..If "Jt NIK thou Durpo**. Standard American flavored sword Wainwright and his aidesstood'
s Enemy Bnrrestdering 3:20 ?M. to 4:00: P. M. But the mea who were' captured 'with ..'' tkaoe of Western-' ,up at rigid: attention and
e : flutid. ''
his grueUlng Imprison- on Bataan and Corregidor have ism. IU speaks slowly softly, t TheilooKi *ftfaUajlM
t Oen. Wainwright 'was held Parade (beginning at Blanding Center proceeding west along CallS seen the Japanese character in yet forcefully. Bat one senses vanished from UM faces of the
r+riou pUces Including: For- eet to warehouse thence north along Temple Avenue to U.S.O. he raw' They have seen what the tiredness which must always American men and they showed

In southern Japan. and' fln- buUdin) Japanese soldiers do when they be..... However thereIs they were soldiers above aIL" .
Manchuria. 4:00 P. M. are on top and I think all of as not the slightest trace of After his release front) captivity
> Japan. military author- wreath at memorial Roll of Honor courthouse wbo lived through those tortured s -plty In the matter-of- Oea. Wainwriffht said the Japanese
deliberately practical all the General Wainwrizhc places and in honor of Jiving of World days are determined that they fact utterances of this man had threatened to kill him
of cruelty they knew or i in memory 0 .War Dead shall never be on top again.", of simple dignity. Nor.doea following the surrender because
about. General Wainwright War U. he dramatize himself as a all troop. under his command had :
rd in describing \lmprls-- 4:00 P. M. to 4:l 15 P. M. Gen.C Wainwright lesser person might be tempted not given! op at the specified

wnt. "Their torture was as Presentation of Flag by local WO.W. Camp speaker stand. U.S.O. to do. A. a matter of line.
b mental as physical. One Belongs To Masons fast on the broadcast, checked "That didn't. malt much dtf.

t a Japanese private struck building. 4:15: to 6:00 P. M. After receiving the first three for UU. article General erence to me" he 'said I relating
Ave times and then knocked Wainwright made no mentionat how ha 4 and-Ma-pfonr bad been
II flat as a pancake by hlt- Introduction of distinguished and honored lanu. degrees of Masonry at Junction all of his tragic defense of lying on "blankty blanV tough
t me on the jaw with his fl-tt -" .f 6:00 P. M. cO 8:00 P. M.Bubecu' .- City Kan., with military person- Bataan and Corresjldor. of horse meat", pack mules and the I
t tone Japanese prison camp he Washington Street north of U.S.O. Del In attendance Gen. JonathanM. the shameful march of death. Ike.didn't. i
served at .
lunch Wainwright. hero of the Phllppine -
others were given the job of or of the travail of his yearsin
dln< a nock of goats, and all building. campaign traveled to Salina a Japanese. prison camp.
'cera of his rank (then a lieu- 8:00: ( P. M. to 9:00 P. M. Kan, wt May to receive Know HowA
Veteran of Bradford County the degrees of the Scottish Rite
general) required to General Wainwrighc. fellow officer
were for fearing ImpairedGeneral tells how Gen-
Led to be made of
f Walnut a Noble
Club buiJding. cOIner
GrIll Sift Woman'
manual labor. invited pests at Mystic Shrine. sal Wainwright reacted to one
apanese authorities once offer- Streets opposite post office. Wainwright has related enemy order to surrender Bataan.
and Jefferson An estimated 8,000 to 10.000xraonj
10 let him and other Allied 8:00 P. M. to 10:00: P. M. that when Bataan fell the "I've 'been to General Staff
*" clear round for a farm witnessed the big parade Japanese moved a great amountof School and the War College" he
1 raise food for themselves. Street Dance. Washington. Street north of V.S.O. buiJdini. Music honoring the distinguished GeneraL very heavy siege artillery to aid. "But they never taught me

I cleared the ground and got Jacksonville N.A.S. Band. within range of Corregldor and what to do If called upon to sur
Project going." the General by 10:00: P. M. .o ,0:30: P. M. Wainwright attended the Junction began> pounding that and other render. I guess we shall have to 0
ailed, "but we never got to eat Washington Street northof City public school In the Islands. H. has expressed belief continue fighting."
""lie mouthful of that food 1946 Deluxe Ford Sedan given away eighth, grade, 1I0 -M. .Althoughte I that never In history had American President Roosevelt wired Wainwright -
Y Promised." U.S.O. was born In the State of troop been subjected touch : "In spite of handicaps of
Re1errtDr to the beatings, he 1030 P. M. to 12 MidnightStreet Washington and although his severe bombardment as during the complete Isolation lack of food
"We were struck without resumed. family home Is now in New York last phases of that siege In 1942. and ammunition you have given
tJc lar reason" as part of a Dance h. iatcndit to keep Ms membership His hearing was seriously damaged the world a shining example of
Jelled plan" to belittle the < -. --- .- In the Kansas Masonic by the sound got artillery ,patriotic fortitude and iMU-aaort-
Bodies. fire. "
tlasaxon races before the flce.

"WaL peoples.. -He was beaten .


I.GE.: !:_TWO __ __ ______________ COUNTY_TELEGRAPH. ____ _____, STABKE.______'__FLORIDA_. IDti.- .SEI'1brn___=_

,, \ II, .! .
.. ot/'I./ ..... ( Jo'., ,,> t,
', r 't>'
> ". ., ,
/l 1 "
t. .l... '!, e j' I'it"
oJ, .. ,
.II,.' :.; r .. .1';,''lf\:

'j I I ,
.. ," "4'I.\I.\-I::, .".', .,. .' "
,x r ., ) 1
.It .S '
., .. '.'.11' a r4 ;", .',.. ,
$ .
jr- "?',
'L t.r !W S'i
> 1 ot .i ". """ \" *> f i

: .. <. ,.....

'.... ..,..<' \ L i 1"0""I,,.,' 1 1 ."C ."", ..' \ .;,1}...' ,
';'1': '
I"f.. .
J,, i ;' .' ...'i; ,/.I.'"
i. :," .." : ,"
s ,
"" / j
w yW a ,nS "
.I"" ",
Y u .' :0,
rl p. ".' "
V".::',," ,


,,. .. .
A> : '
o "
t w ysf?
r '.'


: .. __ "
; ". .
'" .
I,.. : _
'. .'
., .

... n + ,n

',; ., .. :.
.' Yti I
: '. '. ;

':',!. ;.'.,,.\. .". __ -

'I.., '',.,"' \.,.0' u";' ft r
:f ::.', ,. .. a I IAIIiIlONIHUW1WiNYI11NIYllli
'" .
..... I ," .. J.' "," I !
lYlltlUTAIIIIWIININDIIN11104WNI1IpUWWIMIIIWIA11411NINp411W IUVgAWNiNII11N111W11WJIIIWNUWIWIYUIIWIWMWIWIIWUIIIWWUIUINW{ AIMI111A1Y1114NIIIIIIIIMIW111YIN7uI1NINiIIPAlIIm 911u uniiuKiiiiiuiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiuiiiiuiiiiiiiiiittiL i ii HI!'"IIIIIMIUHIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII..iiiiiiiuiiiiiiiuiniiuuii !uui uuii uiuu!'J.IIUMB man mui u iiuiiiimiiimiiaiaiiiiiiiii IIIIIIIIIMIIIIIIIIIIIMUUHII u MI nianiiiu miiimnTiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimmiiiiiiiiiii m 1MIM/011W'i.' i1r
f ... r I I.- I :t, '
'" .
,. .
r /'' I:'\ I'i l li I'.
.. .:. I ,. ':" ";:, ":'<; > r.
..: '' :. '. ." "" )' ., ,,; ..f.... .' .' '. .,... ;. \\.t.i. < '!i'"i.. '.:..., ...I," ,
..; ,1 ; .r 1 .j..
<" ; '." 3) Ie 'f Skoutin't I
,.1..',;:* .' .1t\, ; ,-'. 4. i".t"1'" ';" '. n a Wlention/ Snittu '
d." ', ..""il..'.." I Y j'i
', ;,',,, ./ 1W.', A:: .i& <7 .. <., i.
-- '. .'( ........., '" <', ) II
r t 1< A MEMORIALl ,;:, h r" ,-. I;':" ;

By Horance G. Davis Jr. :


I really shouldn't mention Smitty. Every time I think of an oxygen coupling should slip, a guy could pass out cold and

him, he fades' more from my memory. I would think the effect not know about it until someone woke him up. For this reasonwe i(L

would be just the opposite, but it's not. In a way, I wish I could had oxygen checks. Smitty was always the first to reply.

forget him; but regardless of what I, want, he's still a part of After thirty minutes. boring silence, it was a great relief to ,

the past and the memory of him often disturbs my everyday hear him sound off over the intercom. Not only that, but he had

thinking. That's one reason I want to write about the guy. Each a certain inflection in his voice. It was an inflection that I I'I

time I get a radical feeling, or read about; another strike, or can't duplicate, yet I hear it over and over. When I think of ,

see some joker make a public fool of himself, I think of Smitty Smitty, I hear "Tail gunner roger" just as he said it two

and my thoughts of him give the incident a twist of irony. I. years ago. The intercom gave it the usual tinny sound, but I

feel sorry for Smitty because he's one of the fellows who paid ,. could still detect Smitty's style. "Tail gunner: rdger"-I

the price of admission for those bums, and look at the thankshe suppose I'll hear it through all eternity. {

.5 5 got! ,
5 ." .
M M .

Physically and mentally, Smitty was a type. He was tall Smitty didn't smoke, and he drank only with the crowd.

and thin. But not in.,excess, you understand-just plain tall He was bashful around women and wouldn't dare be alone with

and thin. He was nineteen years old, and had a long nose and one.' That's what gets me-Smitty was so damned innocent.He i

straight, mousy brown hair. Smitty was the typical high school had never done a wrong thing in his life. I
boy that the draft had caught. He still figured life on the high '

school scale-you know how it is; a little bit'afraid of every I'I

little thing. He was a quiet. sort of guy-not above doing his They buried him in a small cemetery in Engl' nd. He I;
share of griping, but Smitty didn't gripe without like
reason caught a German twenty millimeter shell through the head. ::1 I
some guys I knew. Not at all exceptional-just another Joe It
a mess. Smitty had a name for the ship, but the boys .:,
caught living while a war was on. didn't
use it until after he
was killed-then they.renamed it in {

S his honor. The name Smitty wanted, and the name eventually II

A few 'points stand out in my memory of Smitty. He was used was "Bloody Bucket". ,i 9 9r !

my tail gunner when I was training in the States. The outfit : II I
t f
briefed long before dawn but tail didn't
gunners have to brief. I ;,
When we finished briefing, Smitty, sprawled out on the para- I don't know where Smitty is now, but I like to think that !

chutes, would be sound asleep in the hangar. His first words there is a special heaven for heroes-a quiet heaven for quiet ,:

upon awakening were always, "Where are we going?" I triedto heroes who did ,their jobs in a matter-of-fact manner. I went ,:

make the trips sound interesting. The with a Catholic girl once. She
poor devil had to sit said that souls go to a place :
in the back and do nothing. That wasn't' much fun when it was between heaven and hell-a kind of stopping-off place called t.

below freezing and the oxygen mask was binding his face. Yet, purgatory. If enough people pray for the soul, it can go on into 1!

he was reasonably content with his lot. I might say that Smitty heaven. Sometimes I wish I could believe that and could send

was an optimist. He knew that some things couldn't be helped. up little pravreiV0r Smitty. Then I could be sure that he got II

". Getting up at two in the morning and flying for six hours was to it. : ,
beyond his control he didn't "
so worry about it. i
I .

This is not farewell. I know that
Smitty will be !
When in flight and wearing oxygen, I had the crew check as long as I, even if he exists in
half hour just to find if only my mind. There is no r
every out the boys'were still okeh. If doubt about it. I hear his "Tail
gunner roger" even now.

.'i ., .. ,, '-.. .
-" M'.r.' ;"" _, "- -... =-_.' .
1"b'" ,
""" M' ,""IiTIA1911NIM/R'' "AI'E.11'h""'"" """ roBRADFORD

-=- . -. .. .. -- I


6I ) .

". J 4,

I .
I _



I .
..TxA.M .

,'\ A
*V, I; :

:,', I
,. .' ," J' N
: i\i

}! 'rJno end it' .


1 to( 'Uh. : } "
: ,.1 I- /((/{/ .". r I I.F I. '
':;I "
: ,
.. ,, I


.. ,




? This Page Is Dedicated
Loving Memory of These Men "
Who Died III The Service of

;w Their Country ;,

x James C. Addison

I 4 t $ Joseph A. Conway

tt Seeber Crawford

4 Ernest DeSue ,

i Jasper E. Duncan '

iz Walter G. Dymond '

Joseph E., English
Earl B. Futch J.

I Frederick D. Hinton .,' .
q \ '
H. J. Hornsby i i .

Johnnie Jenkins Ii,
,.., Roy Kite ..' .
< Johnnie E. Lott ;

George W. Mann Jr. \
Charles M. Priest
1; ST. ', ,'<. ', "
Robert A. Rabeck
I Harvey J. Ross Jr. h '
.. Leo F. StarlingElmo .,.:, ..
-J R. Struth ,,:,,f', t.,( .iij :. .

Jack E. Sullivan ,\ ,
,. Ralph 1 E. Thomas ,I L .....; .
? .
., .
r' .
Wiley W Tillis ,Mrj ,
H / -h: !

.. l ., :; : j' :, .
)......... ...,..,., ,.....,-...._<<' """ 4oIAoft -
..,,::' _. ........... ......-..-.....+., -.....-,.-- _. ,.. "f"1.. "...j'.' .,


", .. r.-... \"! ;,.".' ....., '
t .

." ,
: ,
-, it. .. \ .... ..
zJ .

5 ..

L:6TA ; .

------------------ : :: II
RR fO1IR -
r '.' -..
-" -



\ ..


I ) .
&* V / .

;, '

", ,<'..-j.
",, .

-- .;" ,

.. ::/)'ep Appreciaion :; :


AND WOMEN ;.',.t


'. .'.'"
.. ,
.. 1'' ,: HONOURABLY "

.r, "*"

i.", .,. ,.I,;
.. ,.,:
< '.

: .";\,'; .. !"' ,-

.. '
'\\.1i:I' ; r "P..';<:'-
: r"" C"l ; ...
Eastern \ Earls Garage
Auto SupplyThe t' >.t. Sunshine Juices & Grocery
.,,\ jl., .
Star Store ':. '.': '.., Leila, Dress Shoppe & Beauty Salon I Earl Cook's Grocery
Farm Home & Auto Supply : Dykes Restaurant McCord Furniture & Novelty Shop

Sistrunk Feed & Seed Store The Canteen-Mike Klondes Rabeck Bottling Company

: Magnolia Fish Market Starke's Shoe RepairingC. Hartmann's Furniture & Novelty Co.

Barksdales Store ., H. Driggers Furniture Company Winkler Electric Service

I-J.! .C Wall\ Agency Stark. Dry Cleaners &.Laundry Sam Rosenberg & Son
V ',- :" y ,! i ,
Hollywood Camera & Gift Shop ., Jerry's'Place- 151 East Call :Street CasSett' Exchange<<: Store.:

A & P Food Store 'Koch Drug Store ,. Houston's Service Station
:. '
T. A. McClellan-Pop's Place ." Ward Seat Cover Company Lawson's MarketS.

.. .
Carpenter's Drug Store :, Tip Top Super Market R. Johns, Jr., Grocery
r i!, .
oJ.; Hart Furniture Company Canova'Drug Store Florida Bank At Starke

,..', Gem Jewelry Dahmer's Gift Shop Lovett's Grocery & Market
F ..- .
,' City Barber Shop ." Van H. Carden Florida Power & Light Company

Stance Coca-Cola Bottling Company Kidd's Service Station J. West End Grocery & Market

Harley F. Strong-Jeweler Cannon's Grocery &' Market ,t' Carl Johns Feed & Fertilizer Store

Andrews Motor Company Temple & Lake Service Station Florida & Ritz Theatres

Denmark Furniture Company Green's Grocery. & Market. Park Theatre
, Alvarez Store-Estab. 1894 K. G.... Duncan, Agent Standard Oil The Smart Shop





.....-:. _
.-.-- ..-- ---. .. .. ., '






--. I'\GE( ..

IY ('IIU.'I"'I' (COURT IIIIADFOHU ed Court and cause, wherein plain Ruth N. ,IKI, '
rnrVI'Y. FLOIUUAl I'M CMANChesiey : tiff seeks divorce and custody of dente .HM! ""i,,. trb
C'II I'. I child, Bradford County Telegraph -,,
: Piifford Plaintiff, vs. Rose Khalipublish this Order In next'I (erolina /1. rguUR4You '

I I } V (t'afford. Dufendant. Cane No. four weekly Issues. ,
v 6072 WltnuHs my hand and official II '' ,
October. f i ied '401'1; h'
) Heal at Stark, Florida this Sep. '
: u I ,
I ANU MITICR TO APPEAR tembwr 6, 1948.OFFICIAL tiff seek.. U rhenll"
HTATIS 1I F FLORIDA to: Mrs. ( SEAL) A. J. Thomas, 'l'el.'rlllh.11." 'I,1,;' ,. ,aAFy,
AH Clerk of said Court. i
Pnffurd, whose residence '
Rose V. In ;
I '; 'eeutaVltnese
and! address Is 73-l lS7th Street China, It. Hesn, 204-05 Realty Bids. rdr
Flushing, L. I. New York. Jacksonville Fla. I hnd and'ilh
Ally for Plf. 9-6 4t 9.27 at I I ''hi. '
You are required to appear on ber 4.'rI94'I 'hll ,

Onto I b.. r 21, 1IM, In the above IN: CIRCUIT COCHT. im.\i>FoiuCfrVNTY. (OFFICIAL SEALAJT/
nomad 'ourt and cause wherein FI.OHIIlAl IN CHAN. Ae "I..rk .f iuld I t'nurt ,
plaintiff seeks divorce. Bradford CElt Y. 1', Frank r..lndrum
County Telegraph hall publish thin Francisco Lombard), Plaintiff, VH.Orazla Atty. fm I'lf slarht
Order, In next four weekly Indues.Witness Artale Lombard!, Defendant. 14.54

my hand and official Case No. 6041.ORDER l\ "IUI'II'r'-:;; hR'
deal at Starke, "Florida this September OF PUBLICATIONAND RT '
18, 1946. NOTICE TO APPEAR (:'OlI'Y. t'I.DlUD', 1M'
(OFFICIAL' SEAL) A. J. Thomas.As STATE OF FLORIDA to: Grazla ('ErtY.
Clerk of Bald Court. Artale Lombard!, whose residence Winnie Adam Plnintlffn
ny Lucille C. Conner, n. C. and address. Is unknown.You Adams Def ndimt Caro
T. Frank f Landrum Starke, Fla. are required to appear on ORDKll (q1' PIIIL1CATt
Ally for Pit, U-20 4t 1011i October 7, 1946 In the above named ANd<1) NOTICE; TO Am.
Court and cause wherein plaintiff STATE OF" FLORIDA
h b
\ ('lIu.i'I'1' rontT nnvnFonn seeks divorce. Bradford County R. A. Atl.ims\ ,, Wh">., re>'idr
COl'N't.y. FLORIIIAi IN CIIAN.CIiiV. Telegraph shall publish this OrderIn address i Witlterboro, Simh(
next four weekly Issues. linn.I
Charlotte Roberta Hujrhey Vereen Witness my hand and official You an
I'lnintll'f. vs. Jack Purter'Vereen, seal at Starke Florida this September October 7, 1940 required In the to.
!) ml.int. Cane No. 6071. 3. 1946.OFFICIAL Court and, cause, ale" ,
ORDER OF PUBLICATIONAND ( SEAL A. J. Thomas seeks divorce herein >
NOTICE TO APPEAR As Clerk of said Court.T. Telegraph hall Bradford <
STATE OF FLORIDA to: Jack Frank Landrum Starke. Flu. In next four weekl ihi
Porter Vereen. whose residence and Atty. for Pit. 9-6 4t 9-J7 limnWltnens
WITH address In unknown.You mv: hand and old'
IN CIRCUIT ,BRADFORD at Stark Florida, this &p4t
.... are required to appear on 19 4 it.
October SI, 194(1 In the above named COIN'it' FI.OUIIJAl IN (IHA\
:w", C'KHY.Sid : Alt
Court and cause, wherein plaintiff As Clerk of said Court.
.4 seeks divorce. Bradford CountyTelegraph Ray Mahaffey. Plaintiff vs.
Frelda Ellsna Mahaffey Defendant T. Frank Landruin" Starlit
: Apprcia shall publish this OrderIn A tty. for Plf. MIN
t r'1 2'ep next four weekly Issuea.Wltneniffmy Case No. 6060.ORDER _
hand and official seal OF PUBLICATIONAND -

.. I at Unrke, Florida, thin September NOTICE TO APPEAR 'lInTr coi nt. BRA
18,1946. STATE OF FLORIDA to: Frelda roi"Tv, Fi.oHiDti in
(OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas Ellssa Mahaffey, whose residenceand I CE14Y.Alfred .
'TOTHEMEN As Clerk of said Court. address Is Union Grove, North D. K oil or. PUlM
l-y Lucille C. Conner, D. C. Carolina. Valrlo Keller, D tendan.
T. Frank Landrum Starke Fla. You are required to appear on
r Atty. for Plf. 9-80 4t 10-11 October 14, 1946, In the above 6042.ORDER OF PCBLICAr
I' named Court and cause, wherein i AND NOTICE TO
IN nitci IT' roritT. BRADFORDCftUVrY. APPE
AND WOMEN plaintiff seeks divorce. Bradford' STATE
t County Telegraph shall publish this Keller, whose residence
CIOHV.Andrew Order In ne 't four weekly Issues. '
Tltnne, Plaintiff, va I' dress Is 3011( drayland ."
Witness" hand and official
AHHunta Tltone, Defendant. Case my Richmond, VirginiaYou
HAVE SERVED No. BO 8.1.: seal at Htarke Florida, this September are required to UK"
WHO ORDER OF PUBLICATIONAND 12, 1948. October 7. 194b. In the above
NOTICE TO APPEARSTATE (OFFICIAL PEAL) A. J. Thomas, September 9, 1943 In the aboveCourt ""
As Clerk of sold Court, i
OF FLORIDA to: Assunta and cause, whereinseeks ['
t T. Frank Landrum Fla. !
address divorce. Bradford
Tltone whose residence and
COUNTRY \ U 1)2-15 51st Avenue, Elm- Atty for Plf. 9.13 4t 10-4 :, Telegraph shall publish tki

hurst, Loner Island, New York. nlt"'UF"I" In next four weekly Ipsuei.VTItnens .
> j You are required to appear on my hand and oW
i October 21, 1946, In the above named
ese CP.IIY. at 'Starke, Florida, ttiii Itl I
t'. Court and caue, wherein plaintiff Lewis Griffin, Plaintiff Mllllsla 8, 1946.
) seeks divorce. Bradford County I ,
Griffin Defendant. Cane No. 6073.
Telegraph: ehaHfc publish this OrderIn ORDER OF PUBLICATION As Clerk of said Court

i next four weekly Issues. AND NOTICE TO APPEAR T. Frank Landrum, Start
: Witness my hand and official MOTICF. I
Atty. for Plf.
; I
'f seal at Starke. Florida this September STATE OF FLORIDA to: Mllllsla

-l f IN WORLD WARS)' 13, 1948. Griffin Is, unknown.You whose residence. and address :\ OP" HKTOO: :
(OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas are. required to on
As Clerk of said Court. appear To the Nhrrlrf "( Hrn.lInNof I
October 21, 19411, In the above nam-
". ')'. Frank Landrum Starke Fla. hr lnlf of I'liirldai
:. ed court and
cause, wherein plaintiff
,.., { Atty. for Plf. 9-206t, 10-11 seeks divorce. Bradford Be It Known, That'1 B.J
County Secretary nf Stub >If the f
Telegraph shall publish this Order
IN rutoriT COURT. IIlt"'OFOIIU in next four weekly Issues. Florida, do hero give
:" C(1 1'\1'Y. FL.oitnt.vi IN: CHAN- Witness jnv hand and official seal a
C'I'IIV.MnrJorlo. at Starke Florida this September OEN'ERAL EtECTIW
niasky King. Plaintiff, vs. 19. 11146. will be held In Bradford'
George Edwin .Kin 1 K, Defendant (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas State of Florida. ">n TutK.-
Case No. 6046.ORDER \ OF PUBLICATION By Lurllla C. Conner, D. C. vember, A. D. 1946 the Ml

,,, \N1 NOTICE TO APPEAR loch, H. Douglas Gainesville Fl.... day being the
'jJ':, ) STAT OF FLORIDA to: Mr. Atty. for Plf. 9-20 4t 10-11 Fifth Day ,at Norenb
',, ; George Kdwln King whose resl- For United States' Senator
< .J. : d. nee and address "la Louisiana IV: CIRCUIT CO,'UT. BRADFORD For Representative nf tl"ConnrcBHlonal '
State Penitentiary, Angola Loulnl- "'O'- TY, FLORIDA IN CII\o.: 'I Pl.trlit of' Ib
ann CKIIY.Everardus. of Florida In) the F.lllhl''>
You are required to appear on : Barettn, Plaintiff vs. : press of the Cnlted State
October 14, 1946. In the above Ton rate Buretta, Defendant Cane F'or Two Justloek ,at the S
named Court and cause wherein Nil. 6051. 'Court of the State of Florid
: plaintiff seeks divorce. Bradford ORDER OF PUBLICATIONAND 'For
;'''' County' Telegraph shall publish this the frFloridaa..mni'For
: r NOTICE TO APPEAR of State )
: Order In next four weekly Issues. STATE OF FLORIDA to: Ten One Member of the H

1t \,,,,,, Garage! Witness my hand and official Cate Buretta whose residence andaddress Representative ""f the Jt
I Tr\ I' .' Earl's seal at Starkr, Florida, this Sep- Is Oentschentraat Street Florida.
Eastern Auto Supply
: : tember 1948. 166. The Hague Holland. For Two County Comma'
_. : 'fi. (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas, You are required to appear on Districts Two and Four,
.., f., A a Clerk of said. Court. October 4, 1946. In the above named Members et< 'w

The Star Store .: /;):" '. : Leila's Dress Shoppe & B 'Bv 1'. Frank Lucille Landrum C. Conner, Starke.,D. C. Fla. court seeks and divorce.cause, wherein Bradford plaintiff County For Board Two of and I'ubllt Three.Injtract"trlcts

'I .,'. \ t Atty. for Plf. 8-13 4t 10I -. Telegraph: shall publish this Order in Testimony. Where.pf I Jj,
next four weekly Issue. and .
'J'' Restaura rmcrir' COI'RT. Witness mv hand and official seal unto List my hand*' rat
Dykes BRADFORD Seal of the
Farm Home & Auto Supply -., c'otiyrY. FL.ORIUAI IY CIIAN. at;, 19441.Starke }>Florida this September. Great Tallahassee, the Capital Al
C K iltDavid
i (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. first day
Douglas nnattle. Plaintiff, Thomas A.09
= v... Edith; Gwendolyn Aa Clerk of said Court. R. 01
Store" The CanteenMike Heattle. Defendunt. '
Sistrunk Feed & Seed : Case No. BOSS. T. Frank Landrum. Starke. Fla. (SEAL) "S'SZii
ORDER OF PUBLICATION Atty. for I'lf. 9-8 4t 9-27 To Hon. County'A. O "

M" Magnolia Fish Market. Starke's Shoe Reps! Edith STAT Gwendolyn OF FLORIDA Huattte,to:whose Mrs. IV: COUNTY CIRCUIT FLOIIPI COURT|BRADFORD IN CIIAN.cJ IN: CIRC IT -COI InT. 61Jt'IPi'Iti. '
<:nY. I'
residence and address Is 3023 W. 1'11I111'f.
Marshall Street Richmond, Virginia Fanny R. McLeroy Plaintiff vs. FOI&1'(111) f 011T..

Barksdales Store C. H. Driggers Furniture You. No.Wilbur 6047.McLeroy Defendant. Case- IU.I'* ('11 t\IERIS

r are required to ORDER OF PUBLICATION Emma Puckott.Complaintanl,
: October 14, 1948 In the abov2 AND
named Court and OJ\'ORr
t'auae. wherein STATE OF FLORIDA to Wilbur -vs-
Wall Starke Dry Cleaners & plaintiff seeks divorce. Bradford McLeroy whose residence Is: Houston Paul Puckett,
tj. ,C. Agency County Telegraph shall publish this Texas. Defendant! FLORID'
> Order In next four weekly Issues. OF
< \v You are required to appear on THE STATE
fat Starke Florida nd this, October 7, 1946. In the above nam- Paul Puckett
Hollywood Camera & Gift Shop. Jerry's' Place-151(East t( t1lh.r 13 .1948. ,, Sep. f tiff OFFICIAL REAL! ) A. J. the
Thomas, Telegraph shall r.
As Clerk of said Court. publish this order required to .ppe' .
In next four D 194.' Rd
weekly Issues. A
of October
Lucille t
C. Conner D. C. ,
Koch Stoi T. Frank Witness my hand and official seal above entitled e Jr' .:'
A & P Food Store Drug Landrum Starke Fla.
Atty, for Plf. 913'4t 10-4 ttI?'Ve' Florida. this September of Complaint fIIpd, roust a'Eradford
th.. above '
OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas. County TeiegraP4

T. A. McClellan-Pop's Place ., Ward Seat Cover CaCarpenters IN:-'it'rilirrrr' I;'TT'. FM COURT>KI"Aniadvx ,'HRADFORD n caBN Atty.H.As. O.Clerk for Brown Plf.of said Starke Court., Fla.. which by designated thlll Order for;u .hltl foir,, h...po...

9.g 4t 0-27 week
Gibson, Plaintiff, v.... Ralph once a

; '; Mi St. Gibson, Defendant Ca.. .No *\..CIIICI'IT. COURT BRADFORD weeks.WITNESS' mY hand .nd" g'

Drug Store Tip Top Super nUiitiORDER Of PUBLICATION YTY. FI.ORII1AI. IV CHAN. of thl. Court at $I.r then
; ', .,,,, AND NOTICE TO APPEAR CE. County. Florid tlj"
'" ;.-' William Ivan Smith. A. D. 1'1101
', STATE OF FLORIDA to: Ralph Plaintiff vs. August 191 J.

Hart: Furniture Company 'iii,. Canova's' Drug S dress\r .Gibson Is unknown.whose residence and ad. Case Ruth No.Neighbors&044.ORDER Smith Defendant f> dleCo'intty9Ftlor Courto,

t. required to flF PUBLICATION'AND : ; f
\V.dB. Solid"1f j41
7., 1948 In the above camOctobera STATE NOTICE TO APPEAR Cone

Gem Jewelry Dahmer's Gift S OF FLORIDA to.:r.Mrs.- '

.. I
I .., "p

{ City Barber Shop :' Van H. Card:

.1', ,',' ...-"'.........."...-..-.-........

Starke: Coca-Cola Bottling Company .. I Kidd's Service Station West ,End Grocery & Market

,',: .
l- arley F. Strong-Jeweler Cannons Grocery &Market o'1 ', Carl Johns' Feed & Fertilizer Store


Andrews Motor Company :' r Temple & Lake Service Station Florida & Ritz Theatres


Denmark Furniture Company Green's Grocery & Market Park Theatre

Alvarez Store-Estab. 1894 K. G. Duncan, Agent Standard Oil The Smart, Shop