Group Title: Bradford County Telegraph.
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Uniform Title: Bradford County Telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke, Fla.
Starke Fla
Publication Date: January 7, 1944
Frequency: weekly
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Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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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>.
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for Camp Standing This Side of Heaven

_.' Official County Publication, Established In 1877 _



New AdditionTo Joe Louis To Visit Plan Outlined ''Ding Dong Daddy'
Starke To
[ Shortages
.: Guy Accepts Telegraph StaffThe Despite Camp Blanding Rings Fire Bell

Telegraph 1* pleased to an- Camp Blandlng, men will see Right In the midst of "Ding
For Service Col.
1943. ,\Was Good Men SmithAt
ChairmanshipOf nounce. the addition to Its staffof Sgt. Joe Louis, Heavyweight Dong Daddy", comedy c a rtoon

Mary: Jo Kent., wife of Cpl.A. Clump In exhibition( ; tonlte. He which was being shown at the

Robert Kent stationed with will visit,this! {pofci l aw a part ota Park Theatre Sunday afternoon,

I Birthday ,Ball the IRTC at Camp Blanding. Merchants, SayDespite national tour of Army Inatollatlons To Cast BallotSecretary operator William Sexton noticed Reception

:Mrs. Kent has a good background and 'will appear In a box more than just the usual amountof

of newspaper experience Ing exhibition next Friday. evening "hot stuff coming out of the
appointment' of Fred Guy having been associated with The the fact that priorities of State R. A. Gray projector. Outstanding social event of the

of Starke all Bradford County Mansfield: (.Ohio) New .uournal general shortages and opmplete The champion will given'an exhibition has called election official tq At 2:00:: p. m., the Starke Fire season will be the reception ten-
gether for a rehearsal of
chairman of the 1944 President's before resigning to come to Flor- extinction of some lines ,of merchandise with Sgt. George Nicholson voting. May'ssoldier Department was called out to extinguish dered Colonel Walter E. Smith

Birthday Ball was announced this ida In order to be near her hus existed during the past A member of the touring "Florida's men and women In a fire which started In and Mrs. Smith' and member of
i.. week Paul Rienhold state
by band. group. Cpl. Walker Smith (Sugar the projection booth of the Park
+ fiscal Starke merchants are the armed services will Colonel Smith's
< and year get pretty staff to be held
chairman, plans are already
The Telegraph takes pleasure
Boy Robinson) will also appear Theatre. Fire Chief R. C. (Red) '
; under way for what Is expectedto In introducing Mr..jjjfent,, to our: of the opinion that 1943 was still In an exhibition with Pvt. full participation In the election," Buford reports that the blaze at the USO-YMCA Thursday

be the most suuccessfuul In a readers and will appreciate any a banner business year. George Wltdon (Jackie Wilson). the secretary of state said. was extinguished with chemicalsby I evening. Jan. 13. from 7:30: until

a long series of brilliant events. courtesy and cooperation extended i This may-be attributed to the The card will be staged at Stan Joining Governor him In Spes.iard that predictionwas L. Hol-- operator Sexton. a few minutes 9:30: o'clock. Colonel Smith la

The Birthday Ball this 'year to her In the gathering* Of Ingenuity! of manufacturer* and' ding's Field House at'"about' 9p. land after the fire department was : the new commanding
!; who said officer
only those turned at
beheld the'Starke .
will in "armory news stories, sOciety' articles or craftsmell"wh 'have' come to the' 'm.; 21 called and. that damage was : .* .
since <
years leaving Florida or Blandlng..
as before and Mr. Guy promisesan local Items.Green. assistance of both merchant and Arriving In: the forenoon Fri- alight .
stationed In remote wouldbe
all star, orchestro to play for places The reception a
consumer' by- providing capable day the Louis party will pay a unable to vote. Inasmuch as today's modem community-
But according to Chairman affair will
dancing. be
substitutes and in many cases, visit Blandlng's station hospital cinema houses given by the
to fire
for ballots proof
on war of
be Starke
Guy "There'll plenty of and all
QualifiesAs which I are invited -
products show Improvement
fun for everyone whether they where the champion will department forms requiring the projection booths, It was not necessary to attend.
over those they were fash- make a short talk and visit pa- soldier to sign only his name and to ask the audience to
dance or not. In fact a large Among
Is ioned to replace. tients. The'afternoon will be de- designate b I Is state have been leave the theatre because at no the organizations 'sponsoring -
number of spectators expectedto
come out to watch the others Candidate Hasty interviews with a repre- voted to a tour of the Infantry coming, however from Southwest time were they In danger Club. Health the event are: the Rotary
sentative group of Starke bust- Replacement Training Center and Pacific Isles within 15 days Methodist
the Unusual
dance and to enjoy Church.
ness pioneers as well a* a few the rifle and small arms ranges Will Be Ample Time YMCA. Baptist church.
program of variety and specialty Lex Green today qualified as a newcomers to the city, revealed' ,'"If the military mall continues Salvage Drive UDC. Presbyterian Church. Tax-
that for the
numbers are planned
candidate' for governor In the that, In general terms, the 1943 {tp' be handled as expeditiously as payers Ass'n., American Legion
celebration Democratic prim i of May, Thomson Awarded NCCS. YWCA JWB, City Council
ary business picture la very good. In the past, and there Is no
Mr. Guy who also headed the 1944. City of S tar k e GSO the
These merchants were unanimous reason to believe otherwise," said To End Jan. 15
committee responsible for the County, the Schools. Bradford
He filed .with the Secretary of In. voicing the opinion that a Gray, "there will be ample time
success of the County
marked Birthday Telegraph Junior Wom-
State his qualification oath and general let down during the tran- Flying CrossCapt. to get ballots out and back well en's
Ball last year, expects to appoint Club the Episcopal
I. various committee chairmen payment of the fees as requiredby sition period at_ Camp Blanding within the 44 days available be- The Salvage Drive will be In Church Service Center Red Church Crossand

this week. law. during- the early fall was off- fore the first primary In May." full swing for the first half of the Chamber of
Congressman Green was grad- set by a... record breaking Yule William H. Thomson, Jr., Florida officialdom opposed the January and will come to an end Details of the
This Is the eleventh year that uated from the Lake Butler High season. has been awarded the Distinguish Green-Lucas bill now dormant In on January ISth. New plans worked reception were
out at a Wednesday
President Roosevelt's birthday has of ed Flying Cross for "extraordi the because this would have been evenIng -
School and the University Deposits In the Florida Bank' senate Inaugurated under the
been used as, a medium for raisIng Florida studied law at Yale at Starke, always an important' nary achleve ent" while participating have removed federal support new salvage chairman-Mr. S. E. the sponsoring groups representatives with tem-of

fundS necessary for carrying served as an attache and memberof .criterion in the business thermometer In 200,hours of operational from the conduct as primaries regarded Sparks who has secured the 'porary chairman Julius L. Thorn

on the nation-wide campaign the State Legislature for eight ; are again up over the pre- flight missions In the Southwest here as deciding more assistance of some of the leadingmen I at the USO-YMCA.

| against Infantile paralysis, and years, was Judge of Bradford ceedlng 11 I s cal period. W. B. Pacific. Area faring which hostile elections than the general ballot- and women to assist In this The

the President requests that there County' for four years; represented Sewell, president of the organization contact was probable andexpected' Ing In November !drive. following committee chair-
f be no interruption In the program men were appointed at this time:
the Second Congressional Dis- points out that the bank deposits Gray has asked county officials Plans have been made for the General
because of the war. Chairman Mrs. O. L.
: trict In Congress for 18 years, for 1943 amounted to 11,- The award wan made by Lieut. concerned with (the conduct of collection of the following Items

As in former years, fifty percent and the'present term he is servIng 752,822.04 and that this amount I General George, C. Kenney, Com- elections registration supervisors of salvage to be collected by Beasley, ;Mrs.Committee Jeanette on Refreshments Kincaid
of the funds Is retained by as congressman-at-large. mander of the Allied Air Forces Chairmen of and ;
,tops the 1942 figure by $123.- county Judges, every man, woman child In Decorations Mrs. C. A.
the local chapter and the remainder ne married Miss Lucile Harrisof 55247. United States Notes and In the Southwest Pacific, and the county commissions and circuit Bradford, county between' now and Hostesses, Mrs L. A. Davis In-;

goes to the Natlinal Foundatlon Gainesville and they have two Bond holding made over a 550 : announcement was made from court clerks-whether they would the ISth which Include: Scrap vltatlons, Mr Joe E. Wilson; ;

for the nation-wide cam- sons' and one daughter. He Is a percent Increase having Jumped General Headquarters, somewhereIn rather join I him In a general Iron, tin cane, scrap paper waste Publicity Mr E. L. Matthews.

paign.- member of the Baptist Church.As from 817875.00 for the previous New Guinea meeting or sectional gatheringsto fats and old clothing.

The Birthday Balls In this com- dean of the Florida congressional year to $ In 1943. The announcement stated that discuss. problems of soldier The schools will collect the.ei the H.Starke N. Fairbanks, president of
Rotary Club of
one a
munity have been most successful delegation, he Is assistant InT the clothing field, Nat the operations engaged In by Lt. voting. and at all the schools trucks will committee
since their Inauguration eleven Democratic whip, serves- on eight Sternberr, who has had opportunity Thomson,.Included bombing mis- The secretary of state already pick them up there and in Starke i time for the reception In arrangea accord

years! ago and are eaeerly.awaited regular standing committees of i since 1911 to observe the sins against enemy airdromesand has requested county officials to soon after January 15th. with the Colonel's convenience

as the outstanding event of the House and Is chairman of' Call Street business thermometer Installations and attacks on arrange printing contracts so ballots Prizes will i be offered the enthusiastic
reported an
the. whiter season.. said that he had the beat buslnesf hostile naval" Vessels and shipping. may be completed and mail schools on basis of materials col- ance .of the City's Invitation by

"We will spare no effot to one.He'lee. successful business man In the history of the store In 1943 Throughout these operation. ed on the day following the qualification lected per pupil lot attendance. Colonel Smith and _It Is ardently

make this year's affair, the great- and farmer. :At his home today and that in spite of the fact that ; the citation 'stated, Lt. Thomson deadline of March 17. 45 Mr L. T, Dyer County Agent desired that this united community -

jest success,," Chairman Guy said" In Starke Gteen said:. merchandise was scarce an Increase II demonstrated outstanding ability, days before the first primary. will aHlst In the organization of effort to welcome him and

I yesterday. "I am greatly encouraged by in volume balanced the courage and devotion to duty. Simple Procedure Laid for Down soldier the work In the schools. iln staff will meet with the

the response of our friends In all scale.Mrs. He Is on active duty with a Simplified procedure by Provision has been made to heartiest cooperation by everyone
laid down recently
| CommissionersAid parts of the State. Their deter- Fred F. Stump also a bombardment squadron of the voting was General J. Tom Watson. pile the scrap metal and tin cans here

[ T. B. Fund mination for victory Is apparent.If veteran merchandiser was gen- Fifth) Air Force which la playinga Attorney ballot need be Kent at the Farmers Market when

elected as governor-and I erally pleased with 1943 business; major role In ,General Mac- ruled But the one attorney general, despite picked up In town or from the Gen. Fales To Address

Members voted to subscribe the firmly believe that I shall be-I while J. M. Alvarez stated that Arthur's offensive a g a Inst the conflict In state and federal' schools until enough Is collectedto

Bum of |25 to the National Tuberculosis shall do all within my power to business was holding Its own over Japanese in the South and South- laws allowing men and women In be moved. Camp & Hospital
aid In the war effort and to meet last: year's figures, his way ofexpressing west Pacific.
'( Association fund at Its ; the armed services to vote. The Schools will be paid for all Service Group
regular meeting held at 10 A. the post-war problems of our. : a satisfying reactionto Mrs. Thomson and son Freddy Green-LUCaS bill would have wiped material that can be sold.! Tin

Monday in the Courthouse. State. the, 'year Just ended. reside at 245 N. ,Walnut St. with out the existing law authorizing cam are to be cleaned, washed Brigadier General Eugene W.

:\\11, Reports of the District Welfare "We shall preserve In Florida C. G. Priest, manager of the Mrs. Thomson's parents, )fr, and federal help In state pilmarlei. and placed In boxes or bags. Fates who commands the infan-

,) the County Judge and the State right. and local self-gov : Priest Ac to $1 Store, although bin; F. F. Stump.Colonel These should be kept dry try Replacement Training Center

\county; Agent were' given while ernment. We shall have a government stating that his buying of some I While the national law opensto Scrap paper will be stacked located at Camp Blending will

business transacted Included of the people, by the merchandise was curtailed this ; all the choice of aspirants for and tied In neat bundles. Waste speak on January 12, at the

t [ the fixing of the aalary of S. people and for the people, and year said that more money was l Smith President. U. S. Senator and Congressman Fats must be strained and brought Quarterly. Meeting of the Northeastern -

fR. Hicks, operator of the County shall re-establish the plain princi-. In circulation In 1943 and that state statute restricts to meat market or the schools Florida Camp it Hospital

load Grader at $160 a month. ples of Jeffersonian democracy resulted In greater sales volume. balloting for local officials to In clean containers. All kinds of Council Service AmericanRed

., JA representative of the Trave- "We shall later make such cam- Miss Pat Lambe stated that, on 'Now ''In Command persons qualified through regis- old clothing will be tied< In neat Cross at Camp Blanding.

rs Insurance Co., met the board paign as our limited finances may ; the, whole business at the Gem tration. i 3undlen. All waste fats and clothIng Members of the organizationwill

'i ilatlve to Group Insurance for permit and as war conditionsmay I Jewelry was as good this. year After return of a soldier's vote must have the name of giveron meet at Camp Blandlng's

unty Employees and It was defied Justify. Our victory depends I as last, if not better. Christmas Col. Walter E. Smith, formerly said Watson, his local canvaulni'lboard them Red Cross. Headquarters buildingat

to furnish the company upon the efforts of our loyal business was particularly gratify- commander of Camp Cordon' shall determine whetherall The Salvage Committee appeals 11:00: A. M.' to be dinner
th names and ages of the varl- friends. I have faith in them.I ing' ,with over 200 Insured packages Johnston assumed command of or only a part of the ballot to everyone to get busy and let'lcet guests of the Army.

r employees.The know they will not let me ,' maUed for soldiers atone to Florida's largest Army installation will be counted. all these materials togetherby After dinner the group will

problem of county support down. "the 'girl he left behind him". Camp Standing, Saturday as Secrecy of the Individual ballot the 16th.Marriage. convene at Theatre No. 8--one

Willie Johnson, a parolee at We would like also to add a Brig. Gen. L. A. Kunzlg. Blan may be preserved through segregating of the eight maintained on the

State Tuberculosis Sanitorium Betty Says word 'concerning the opinions of ding commander since July 15. all state-federal and fed- Licenses post by the Special Service Division

s discussed and It was decidedt Santa"The a few of the more recent additions commenced his I terminal leave eral only ballots before openingthe Army Service Forces-at

t the Board waive any re- "Thanks, to the Starke business circle prior to retirement from service. ; envelope, on which the voter Take A Drop 1:30: P. M,. sharp for the business

f 1 onsiblllty In the matter after Telegraph has received a ;' Louis Berger of the United Colonel Smith a veteran of has written his name, enclosingthe meeting. General Tales will

;\i } siderino Mr. Johnson to be a number of letters to Santa Army Stores, although here only World War I service with the ballot. Figures released by County give his address during the meet-
his holiday 36th and 12th divisions is lly 1911 law judge E. K. Perryman this week,
Iponsiblllty of the State Prison through the years but Us first two months, appreciated an Anticipated Ing.The
business and said that it still authority on War Department Replying to Secretary of State show that 782 marriage licenses Florida
L. Farm since he was in Its custody "Thank you' to that popular old Northeastern Camp
i/a.fwhen:" he contracted the disease. fellow came this week. has not decreased perceptably at educational programs and was Instrumental Gray's request for legal determination were !Issued in Bradford County and Hospital Council Service rep-
elector during 19<13. This I figure, although -
Little Miss Betty Denmark this time when a post-holiday In the organization of of a qualified military resented by 14 counties Is one
r ; whose letter was postmarked slump might be expected. Mrs. the Army's officer candidate from counties which require high for' a county the size of the 125: such councils organized

!At The Library Starke. wrote a very appealing Guy H. Sale. In business at the school system. He served on registration every two years, of ours, and this because of the throughout the United States

, letter to St. Nick thanking him I Smart Shop next to the Post Of- poets in the United States and I Watson said this was anticipatedby Camp. Blan ling Influence I Is a to provide special service, equip. ,
vTHE PROMISE b Y Pearl 22nd. said and enacted In 1941. drop of 168 over the 1942 figure
November HawaUf executive officer law
fice since was a
for the gift he brought but also ment and supplies, not provided
t "il l Buck la a novel of Chinese people time said the attorney gen- The most likely! explanation for
reminding him that there were a that business! during this at Fort Jackson, S. C., before being This law through official channels that
; In the,, jungles of Burma. Carl extended for the durationof his decrease might be comparedto
few Item.a doll a teddy bear has been. gratifying. Mrs. ordered to Carabelle to activate eral, may be needed by able bodied
UngTan still believes In the of Carter who 1* managing The the amphibious training his military service the registration the current song hit, "They're and hospitalized soldiers. Through
and a pair riding .
a' promise of foreign aid against to remember. Stag declared that she Las hada center Installation In 1942. ,. of anyone who was legally Either Too Young or Too Old". the Northeastern Florida Council
P the conqueror under whose heel he However P ..ty U willing to consistent Increase In s a 1 e s registered at the time of More seriously speaking though, organizations and Individuals have

he lives. His third son, a forgive and, forget until next year during the past six months that Wonder Gift Shop induction, regardless of general It Is thought that the fact that voluntarily donated over 100 dayrooms
guerrilla fighter becomes an she has been In business on Call or special laws requiring biennial more recent military personnel to Camp Blandlng with
Officer in the Chinese army) and request Santa aa"Writ a parting me thoughtthat backplease" Street In Starke. ; Changes HandsMrs. re-regtntratlon. coming to Camp handing are of many others having been donatedto

to ordered to march Into Watson told Gray that he.hoult the pre-marrlage age, or are of other camps In this part of
Burma the British. J. M. Davis, former assistant In sendingwar
to support advise electors somewhat more mature age alone needs
Florida Blandlng
e beautiful Mayll, whom be And we can't think of a better Tag Sales Brisk, manager of the P. S. StoreIn ballot at their request, of and are already married. over 200 more day rooms. .

e. In spite of their quarts way for Santa to get this message Collector Says Blandlng Center, has announced their exemption from re-r 'glstra-
'Is. put In charge of the than through the columnsof the purchase of the Wonder lon If they were qualified when i A steady flow of supplies arereaching
Spare Stamp In Station
men nurse, and she too the Telegraph. 'Although the expiration date Gift Shop at 234 East Call street.W. they donned uniform. patients the

*. to Burma. Through these 'for 1943 Florida Auto Registration T, Rudd. former owner of The voter further should be Instructed i Good For 5 Points Hoopltal. Camp Blending and the

+ Ie one of the Immense ac- New CorrespondentAt i Tags Is not until January 15: his popular Florida novelty and said the attorney gen- United States Naval Hospital

4 dramas of our tunes rises Tax Collector C. A. Knight reports gift[ shop Is giving up the shop eral, that If be U not a qualified The local rationing board received Jacksonville. C h r Istmas was

>m the pages of the novel so Clay Hill : that the advance cole as In order that he may go to : elector he should vote only that : the following Information made cheerful for patients by
y ;Idly that one does not ask The Telegraph In pleased to announce of this date Is double what It was Tampa: to reside with hi. daughter part of the ballot relating to candidates 'Issued by Gordon District Morecroft Rationing Executive this cakes the gifts and of many candy other favors comfort, fruit

at Is fact and what Is fichu the appointment of a new i at this time a year aco.I : for federal office. week and cheering articles don ated

a. t only know that all correspondent Miss Lura Burgess, Word has been received from Mrs. Davis will stock. the ; council
through the by public
living truth. I Motor Vehicle Bureau same type of quality merchandise Effective! 12.91: A. M. ,January
to represent the Clay Hill settle.ment I the State New Camp Pastor spirited people. At Camp Blun- ,
t I THE TURNBULLS'by Tay- near Highland. 'that there absolutely will not be heretofore displayed In the 2, through January 18. 1944 ding's Station Hospital the Red

, : Caldwell author of "Dynty Although Clay Hill"1* actually 'any extension of time, and that store and will give the same Dr Ralph McAfee of Erie. Pa., Spare Stamp No. 2 in War Ration Cross unit was able to distribute

of Deatb." "The Strong In Clay County the people who owner of motor vehicle being economical service to soldiers and Is arriving tills week to work as Book 4 will be valid for five 750 pounds of candy 750 poundsof

ty" etc. Against a backound live there come to Starke and operated on last years plates will their wives. Store hours will be Camp Pastor through Jhe Church points by consumers to acquire nuts 43 bushels of orange,

of Victorian England Lawtey to trade because they are be prosecuted after January 15th. from 10 'to 10 dally Including Service Center and the First all types sausage or fresh or frozen and 3,000 holly wreaths.

New York In the 1860's much nearer us than any trade The Provost Marshall. at Camp Sunday.Mrs. Presbyterian chuurch here He pork. Mrs. K. G. Duncan Chairmanof
author here tells a story center In Clay County.We Blanding has made announcement Davis It the wife of lat will be In Starke during the It may not be used by coo-

again prove her pretence are ,very glad to give the to this effect to camp personnel, Sergeant J. M. Davis of the )t. month of January at which time lumen to purchase cured or smoked the Camp Hospital Council

a* a spinner of ab- Clay Hill people an outlet for and -also point out that all individuals P. Detachment at Camp Blanding he will make contacts with Ser pork or bottled sausage or In Bradford County and other

In& plots and a master new through the Telegraph and operating a vehicle on and has resided at 314 Temple vice men at Camp Blandlng and pork. It may be used by persona members of the local council,plan

a\ vivid characterizations wish Hiss Burgess success in her a Florida license must also avenue In Starke for the past also at the Chuurch Service Cen- 'other than consumers In same to be present at the most Import.

..dramatic scene new undertaking. posses a Florida Drivers License.: three yean. ter. l way as a five point brown stamp. I ant meeting of the year.

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BROOKER per ton. I nal. I velopment of a considerable seed-I Yellow and Florida I Hit
THE BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH Hy Minnie Lou Hazen Application of dolomitic lime- He was chosen for the honor producing business on new varieties of ci 11
stone, $5.00 per ton. Because of his role in the development -i I western Florida, and has earned j t at the main experlm >
l Established 1877 PARTY Application of other limestoneor and distribution of Improved the respect and admiration of'II.Gainesville, and not .m e'
strains of -oats, (farmers throughout the area. vide!
MBM.SBR.PRESS ( Its equivalent), $3.50 ton. corn sug-
The people of Brooker : ed in Florida.
I jl
arcane and winter crops now "From original seed suppliedby III,
Application of not less than p
ASSOCIATION were entertained with Center a party at two tons of air-dry weight of widely planted not only in western I the Georgia Experiment Sta- !prominent part ''he Q.
the Community FrlUay
NAnOKALEDrrORlALASSOOAIICWE. Florida but also in southern tion selected de- and distribution
night, December 31st. Outdoor straw or equivalent mulching ma- he tested and t por: un.,
terials (excluding barnyard or Georgia and Alabama. In its veloped two superior new oats- the high-yielding
and later in
were played 'brld
I L. Matthews ______________ Editor and Owner games the evening refreshments of Coca- stable manure) per acre In orchards December Issue, recently received Quincy 1 and 2 or Quincy Red The North Florid/ Stillion
or on commercial vege- here, Progressive Farmer had this and White. So well did they I seed stock
Cola and cookies were served the l1rent
SUIJ.'iCRIPTION RATE guests. About forty enjoyed this table land, 3.00 per acre. to: say about Mr. Warner: yield, they are now widely grown hybrid, which mu t be I
Yearly $1.75; Six Monti.$1.00- party. Establishing a satisfactory cover "In the .10 years he has been throughout northern and western I each year for th, product melt
at the North Florida Experiment Florida. This fall he released
working -
,cover or annual rye grass In the hybrid seed by cc IllJllerClaj
I PubllHhed Weekly on FrliUyw And Entered a* Second Clan Matterat SCOUT MEETING: : fall of 1943, $2.00 per acre. Station, J. D. Warner seed of another new variety, a.n'''ers."
the Pout Office at Starke Florida. The Scouts held their weekly has helped to develop and Intro- even better yielder, developed at !
meeting at the club house Friday Establishing a permanent vegetative duce Improved strains of field Quincy and called Florllee. i I Office supplies f t'> all kind
: of 6,00
kudzu $
Scrub Tree Goes To War afternoon Dec. 31st. Plans fora acre. cover per crops and legumes, has been "Mr. Warner supervised tests sale at TheTelegraph. B liMoi'd (
chicken supper were discussed, largely responsible for the de and Increased plots of Florldent ,
In the days when ships were made of wood and men I Reseeding depleted pastures
which will be Saturday afternoon,
of steel, America looked to its towering trees for the stuffto January 8th. with good seed of an adapted =
pasture mixture, 25: cents per !hi
build a mighty nation. -Bettye Long, scribe
pound of seed.Renovation
l The loggers cut down giant trees but disdained the
Mrs. Fred Perkins and youngson (by mowing or
scrub timber, aa useless and a waste of time. Everett, returned home chopping) of permanent pastures

The big fellows are mostly gone now but with the nation Thursday from Tallahassee after Infested with noxious weeds and Blow'American Farmer
several days visit there. other competing plants and
at war that scorned scrub has become as valuable as
Mr. and Mrs. Gene Hazen returned shrubs. Payment: 50 cents an
I steel, more useful than steel, in fact, in the production of to their home In Sarasota I! acre for one mowing and $1,00

'1 '' many vital weapons of battle. Sunday after several days visit an acre for two or more mow-

lr For, through the priceless gift of American ingenuity, here with relatives.Mr. Ings. Are Meetingtb&Puipwood
and Mrs. Sanford Rltch Planting green manure and
i? one scrub tree can now be changed swiftly into the powderto
and BOn Gene, of Starke weie, cover crops of summer non-le-
fire 7,500 rounds of ammunition from a Garand rifle or visitors here Sunday.Mr. gumes, 75 cents per acre. Only

tt,"' two huge shells from the 16-inch guns of our mightiest and Mrs. Inman Harrisonand summer non-legumes In orchardsor

battle ships. children, Charles and Zona one land from which commer- ChallengEARLY
Sue of Lake Butler cial vegetables or com merclal
a One scrub tree, standing idle in your field or woodlot, here Friday, potatoes are planted in 1944 will

can become, as if by a miracle, 137 surgical field dressings, Elder Daniel Harrell of Plant qualify.

350 weatherproof cases for blood plasma or 67 warm vests : City was a visitor here Satur Establishing s satisfactory
for our high-altitude aviators. One tree can be converted' cover of small grains seeded In
day.Miss the fall of 1943, $150 per acre.
Into hundreds of. military products, capable of shorteningthe Lucile Thomas of Gaines- Harvesting legume and grass
war a little. ville was a visitor here Friday seeds $3.50 per acre. i'n 1943 when the country was faced with a disastrous
Mrs Fogg of Graham .VIsited
Some of us are too old to fight side-by-side with our 1: her daughter, Mrs. J, P. Roberts. tures Surface, 6 cents water per control cubic yard.on pas- shortage, the Secretary of Agriculture said,'"The

neighbors on the battle-fronts. But few of us. are too old :1 Friday. Control of fenced '

to help get out the pulpwood so desperately needed by those Mrs. Lee Green was a' visitorIn noncrop'pasture myrtle land,on$2,00 per only place we can look for additional supplies is from the farm <

fighting men. I Gainesville Tuesday. acre.For I woodlot". " A .' ;
Mr. Valburn Harrell of Savan- "unlimited" practices, pay- ._ _
nah. Ga., visited his mother last ments will be made to' the extentto And the farmers of America did not let him down.Their patriotic
Save Kitchen Fats week. which the practices! are'carried '

Governor Holland has called upon Florida's housewivesto Mr. and Mrs. Gene Hazen and out. These 'practices are as follows response helped a lot to supply much needed pulpwood t
the the collection O. W. Hazen were dinner guests : -
back up nation's fighting men by bolstering
of Mr and Mrs. A. E. McKinney Growing green man ure and for war industries. t
of vitally needed kitchen fats. of Starke Friday. cover crops of summer legumes r ir

Ills statement followed closely a report from the War Mrs. J, P. Roberts and son, to be left on land or turned! kNow

Production Board's salvage committee that, while Florida Perman. were in Gainesville I under, $1.50 per acre. enter 1944 1if 1
as we
Thursday.Mrs.! Establishing cover of winter
\ ,
still led the Southeast in capita used fat collections a ifI
per I L. A. Brown returned legumes: ((1)) Cover from seedInga
greater effort is needed not only to maintain leadership in home Saturday from the Alachua made in the fall of 1943 $1.50 t,
this vital salvage effort but to push it still more to the County Hospital where she has per acre; ((2) seeded In the fall It is clear that a serious pulpwood shortage will continue. Butfarmers T
been very 111. Friends will be of 1944, $250 per acre.
front.Used glad to know that she is very Establishing pasture by planting ,, have learned that pulpwood cutting is good business il
r household fats furnish glycerine necessary for the much Improved. cod 1 pieces of Carib, Centipede I
i as well as sound patriotism. Now is the best time to thin wood.
manufacture of gun powder and military medicines-one Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Markeyand St. Augustine, Para, Ber- ( ,

tablespoonful of fat providing the necessary glycerine for Mrs. Rosa Pinholster were muda, Carpet Vasey, Napier or lots when pulpwood prices are at their peak. And recent rulings !r
in Tampa on business Monday. grass, $5: 00 per acre '
four bullets."A Mrs Bertha Anderson of Jack- Establishing permanent pastureby of the War Manpower Commission encourage farmers to cut
pound of fat," the Governor said, 'salvaged from a sonville is visiting, her mother, seeding grasses and legumes, i J
Florida kitchen may well be the margin between life and Mrs. Lawhorn.* $5: 00 per acre.Construction. pulpwood in off seasons by counting it as war unit credits toward b',
Mr. and Mrs. Lee Green and Mr. of standard terraces ti
death for a wounded Florida boy or the margin of victory deferment.
; and Mrs. Lawhorn, visited Mrs. for which proper outletsare \ o
and defeat on the battlefront. I am confident there-is nota Ray Dubose In Wort hlngton provided, 75 cents per 100 And the ;3.u
) farmers of America asked
linear feet.Farmers. ) so are to make pulpwood 3.r I
Springs Sunday afternoon.
housewife in Florida who would knowingly deny a soldiera 3.a
Mr. and Mrs. J. TV. Pring of can obtain full details cutting an important of their 1944 work It is off I '
handful of bullets or the small amount of medicine to Lockloosa were Sunday guests of of the program from their county part program.

prevent infection of a wound."I Mr. and :Mrs. Gano. Trlple-A office, county committeemen season work; profitable work; patriotic work. Do all you can.' :'
also further 'extend this appeal to every mayor in Mr. and Mrs. Guy Harrell, Mrs. or community committeemen.
Edna Hayes, Mrs. M. ,Your country needs cord can cut. in touch with u
the State of Florida as the keeper of the conscience of his O. Hayes every you Keep .
and mother, :Mrs. R. A. Bethea Warner Named
community, to work with his local Salvage Chairman to were In Starke on business Tues your local pulpwood committee. =

r iron out whatever his local difficulties may be and thereby day.We "Man Of Year"In

bring the State of Florida back to full quota production."A are very glad to welcome AgricultureFor **
Mr. and Mrs. Loy Mott, to our .., ,
of fat from housewife day *
tablespoon every every community. Mr. Mott Is employed outstanding research workat
will accomplish that," the Governor concluded. by the Tung Oil. the North Florida Experiment VICTORY PULPWOOD COMMIT*
Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Long/ were Station, a branch of the Univer- :
called to Marianna Monday due sity of Florida Agricultural Experiment 'U"S. "
WE CAN USE MORE PULPWOOD to the death of Mr. Long's Station system J. D. U 'I'I'IJ

brotherinlaw.Miss Warner has been named "man Em1JI.m
\ Hazel Crosby vlalted of the year in Florida agriculture" \
Dorothy Jean Strickland at La- by P,r o g resslve Farmer, ,E *
FERNANDINA FLA. Crosse last week. widely lead Southern farm jour- fif4
Mr. and Mrs. Raud Crews were
i In Alachua oa business Monday.Mr. \

FOR SAFETY COMFORT AND ECONOMY RIDE Mr. and. and Mrs.Mrs.Guy Carl PlnhoUter Ward and of Have I

Jacksonville vis iced Mrs. Rosa a Coca-Cola = Let's be friendly !

Miss Dorothy Jean Stricklandof
PLEASE PHONE 117 Crosby Frl ay.-


Program AnnouncedA

Temple Ave. Starke Florida 1944 conservation! program I
for Florida, designed to keep
farm land producing maximum

'Tn _ ...._ __ _._....,_, ;.,_ CIa food feed and fiber for the war, hl Jay
has been announced by II. G. Ti
FUNERAL DIRECTOR Clayton, state AAA administrative I"t"F .
1 My Many Year Experience: Manes It POMHtbla for Me to Render officer.In --
EFFICIENT PROMPT and COURTEOUS: SERVICE explaining how farmers can -
MODKRATK PRICES earn conservation payments In \
DeWITT C. JONES 1944. Mr. Clayton said that the
Sta rk4l. Florida program Is divided into "limited"and
"unlimited" practices. Under /
_ the limited practices, paymentscan I I I I
i be earned to the extent of IT
SEA FOODS CHICKEN DINNERS $1 for each acre of cropland on I I I

STEAKS CHOPS the farm, plus $2 for each acre -
of commercial orchard (Including
DELICIOUS HOME-MADE CHILI young and bearing tung orchards) : ;
on the farm In 1943, plus 20 S
TEMPTING TASTY SANDWICHES cents per acre of fenced non-crop a r
open pasture land on the farm In
1943. For example. If the farm .
6 6" contains 40 acres of cropland, 10 j-J
i acres of chard, and 30 acres of
_, A & A LUNCHEONETTE fenced non-crop open pasture

land, a total of $ee could be
ServiceIn earned by & R
carrying out "limited"practices. ,
Park Theatre Bldg. "Ml j| |I JLH I I '
Starke, Florida "limited" practicesare
as follows: . a way to win a welcome wherever ") -
Application of phosphate to a you go ,
fun seeding of
perennial biennial
or -
DRY CLEANING & TAILORINGQuick winter legumes legumes, ,perennial lepedea.grasses crota- Where you find democracy you find the feeling of friendliness of give-and-take-the r'" a ,

Service High Quality Work larl.., Natal, grass, permanent spirit of neighborliness. Ie'. made up of little things that mark a way of life: sports
pasture or
In orchards.. Payment rate crape Is 4 fair play movies comics and swing music. A simple phrase like have a "Co...'! turns ,
cents per pound of available
P2 (
NEW METHOD CLEANERS O5. strangers into friends the same in both hemispheres. Around the globe Coca-Cola

Application of baste slag, |7.50 stands
Mr. and Sirs. E. O. Edwards,, ProprietorsPIIONE per ton. for the faust that r/r **-has become the high-sign of the good-hearted It's natural for pots
Application of 28
percent raw
:e 133 315 TEMPLE AYE. rock or colloidal phosphate, $5.75 IOTIUO UNDtt AUTHOIITV Of TH! COCA-COLA COMPANY. IT to acquire friendly

STARKE FLORIDA per ton. dor* m. '. why iW

Application, of 18 percent raw STARKE COCA-COLA BOTTLING CO. Cocata called "C*' ;
rock or colloidal phosphate $5.00
1944 tIM C'C''' :

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-' I
w 11 i: ; 8TAKKE, FLORIDA ___m.._ PIGS: THREE! ,

to use that gorgeous week-end this! Is also strawberry country WARFARE
S. SCHOOL.NEWS I bag she got for Christmas By and( the children have to be homeIn I.

the way, I must write that downon the spring to harvest the crop .. . .. _.. _. _.
my list of what to borrow We have nine months of school. '

. from who. Jack Wilkinsons' son, Marion ,,, '

STAFF Mm Cook, we sho' do like those will return to the University, I'. 'I,I .

iSdItor-In-Chlef Susie Seesit"Should hats of youis. S.'emsIS if you after spending the holidays at \ ..

Idle Wimberly ,. ... have a different one to wear with home His daughter Jonpll. returned : ;
4 A
I Co-Editor each dieub. If I wasn't so broke to the Women's Collegeat ,". . .

(;Virginia Sewell old acquaintance be! all the time, maybe I could dress Tallahassee. A young son I ' ; ,

Senior Biographies toigot, but ours will still be hot!" like she does. Jimmle, is in the 9th grade, ,,')'i .
Boy I need another vacation I , ,, :I{" ,' :\ '
'i'i'I SyW'Hazen. Roberta Whltfleld to ,
My! My! with Christmas and A new family, Mr and Mrs ." ,
"Iaapj, ,> ewe Marjorie Davis get over this one Susie sho' hada New Year's celebrating I had almost Wester and two daughters have > ', k': '

,p Darby Peek swell time over Christmas and forgotten that this Is leap moved on the Robert Taylor farm I I , ::

Edgar Wilkinson New Years all by self-no year! Hear that some gal startedIt near the school. Mr, Wester

-I eaMlYi Features _. Lola tBlecha men. There just ain't no jus out t'ljtllt-Steve Weldon. Jr., works In the shipyard at Jack I' '

' (Jo Caldwell, Jimmy Davis, tice. got quite an interesting letter sonville. *-,

'IIIj j ly Faxon. Phyllis Martin, Dropped by the Junior Woman's t'other day. Was It a proposal, Mrs. Fred Lang went to Chief- I +

... Melverna Thorntonbly Club dance and saw ole B.U.S. Steve ? land to be with her daughter, I ItIII.! "." .

*1 1I > Martha Lee Martin, well represented Virginia S. Glimpsed Seletta Sparks and Mrs. Winton Parilah, Sunday, I! WII yrca<
Margaret Stringfellow and Edgar Anne fumble
and Mrs Pairlsh and liar flu I
I Bobby Biggs, Willa Jean Malone baby
Ralph A.. Freddie and Bobby T., I f' -, _
and Jerome Johns at the show Arthur Wilkinson and Richard 1 _

Editorial Mina and Philip L. were really Friday night. By the way.-hear Lang work at the shipyard driving ---- _

going to town on the dancing. that Willa Jean is moving to back and forth every (day I
Bobby Turner: in _
was a rare
I'K.UtS LIKE Maccjenny Wednesday Sho' will We have two ministers In our
mood and I do Get-
mean raie.
.Y New Year! Before 1941 miss yu', honey. community Rev Stilrklund, who
ting rather disgusted after hav- i 1
How'd all holds services In his home and \Is
|ery old those words had ing Freddie taken away from him ya' like1I'glnl0
Sewell, Mary Jo Caldwell, ncORobotta : doing much good. Ur Killings-: I
Bung, shouted, whispered, several times by a lieutenant,
Whltflelds' hats? Seems worth Is the other minister.
erwlse spoken from the Bobby went over, tagged him and
that! they tried to take Willie Oscar Lang, son of Richard
asked sweetly, "Pardon me but
millions of people all over do you mind? She's my wife I ',Thompson's away from him the Lang, works at Tampa and, was I
rid. They are wild everyd other day so he took them to home for Xmas vacation
I heard another about
each Barksdale's and bought each of Wilkinson
time as sincerely Buddy is ill with
Bobby that I ,haven't yet got
tenuously as the last. A them one. plucisy and flu.
but it
straight, seems that
Bobby By the way-Howard Rung There were services at I Long ... .... .. -- _._ ........ .. .
--- ----- -- ---- - -- - "'--
new resolutions and good decided to go fishing or something I
I Ina; accompany those words after the dance Wednesday seems to hive: made conquest in Branch Sunday P. M. Rev. Cut- 17. Marines landed on Guadalcanal in Aug.! '42, nine months after Pearl Harbor This offensive

n ,toio traditional of everyrM'Is but Instead of hooking a fish, the Freshman. class. Remember, shnw is our minister, pattern was followed in the Solo mons campaign, at Bougainville!, and in the Gilbert Island I
time passes and days Bobby got hooked. How about M W., it's leap yeaI'IExalIlB. Mr. Kllllngswoith and son,

'Into months"many of these that, Bobby? exams, and more exams James, work at Camp Ulandlng -,--"-'-'--'-----"'.._m...._.. .. .....".. ." ,. ....<> ..., ._-_.... "....... ."... '_'m .....". ... .._ __.. rf'
>id> Your olSusie Is about They drive to work every Jay ... ..
intntions r '
are cast away or A little birdie told me quite an j .?
erwiae( pushed aside In pre- amusing tale about Philip Latzen, snowed under. Sho' hope we all There was a large amount of \ ." /
j> coto an easier way of doing; too. Seems he started out to get come out all right-any how, I'll cane raised( and made .11 .....

klf..1!}? N e v thelesa, we go Nina and discovered he had left be seeing ya', Into and syrup.Mr. Mr.Preston Grlffls Johns, Mr. Harris have- .' . : ; ,. .. .' '".

ought the same procedure againt Jhl9 pants at home. He discovered -Susie. tiIf!.';

; January It doesn't seemangejif'or his mistake in time however.What's cane grinders. ,. ,;,. ,
Nash boards with the
it is fit- CLAY HILL _
the matter kids? There Rev Strickland, Miss Burgess
kiaiNl that the dawn
; proper were not enough people at the By Lura Burgess with Fred Lang and wife, Miss
brand{ new year should merits ,
high school dance on December Eunice wKh Arthur Wllklnaon's .,.
changes. We take steps to _
30 to have the dance. RememberIt's family.
Courthouses In order, ao to We of the Hill\
up to you. : Clay Misses Helen and Katherine:
4k.TiiOh: yes, this year is going I
Georgia, that beautiful Bulova School community are perhaps Wester spent Friday of last week _
kws different it will be I
: maybe ,
J r oftentimes it isn't. Anyway just takes my breath away. Is strangers to most of you teadeis. with Mrs. A n. Small In Jacksonville 4;:
It from the one and only? This school and community is on L
I falway* have next January to the east side of the be- ;
highway Next week the honor roll of
It sho' will with-
forward to and then
we can
tween Lawtey and Maxvllle. Clay Hill School will be In Ihix
lly"I make some changes. I to out Darby to Peek around. He had North of Highland on the eastside column. lIr r (l .:
I ma, people are pretty much a- report Blanding last Monday.Edgar .
there is a sign leading Clay Louise Padgett, daughter of
rail. 1 over the world. declares that if Darby gets I
toraVWote: I. into the Navy, he's going right 'Hill School, and pointing down a Harvey Padgett spent the Christmas .

,his weeks' editorial was wrlttby along with him.. Good luck if It sand road. Three and one fourth week-end with Mr and Mrs
miles down this sand road is : Will Padgett and attended the .. .
i, ,Miss Idalou Davis who is happens, boys.Margaret ..
iI Clay Hill School. It Is a large Christmas at Black "
iI I tud nc at F S. C. W. Stringtellow declaiesshe frame . .. .
I V. S. had a date every night of building painted I gray. Pond ,C'" _'of( 'h
I.' the vacation. Her main Interest There are four teachers and Mrs. Altman of Jacksonville

seems to'be a Blandlnglte with a about 120 chit d r e n who are : sister of Mrs, Arthur Wilkinson, New Zealand sniper thoroughly trained for Junkie war, Is type that landed with American at Vella

!!more Biographiesr Buick convert. How do you do brought In by bus. The principal who has been critically ill at St. Lavella In tho Central Solomons. New Zealand has become one of the main allied i'aciflc bases. I

r JGKNKV.. .NOEGELne it, M.? la Joseph A. Nash, Assistant Vincent's Hospital Is at home

I Principal, Lura Burgess, Primary now much Improved.Pvt. .. _._ ..
Noegel was born on Sep- ; Santa wasn't the only one who - -- ---- -- - -,
teacher Colea Padgett; 3rd and Fred Carter spent hili 1
ber '23, 1926, in Cedar Key. I brought presents this yearAnlceGreen
moved to Starke at the age I was on the receiving end of 4th grade teacher, Clara Mae Eu- Xmas furlough '..tth his parents

urf;beginning school at one dozen roses, red ones at that! nice.We Mr. and Mrs, Jim Carter. He Is

;Sr two years later. When B'j Am I right, R. W, ? Margaret are very proud of our stationed In Georgia.
I school and also very happy. ThisIs Dunk Padgett, father of Lula .
I'in the sixth grade,' he Sapp proudly showing off a lovely ,. .
/ , ',
ranch country, each farmer Padgett, Is 111 at this writing ,,4. R'r I< ,
!roes Citywhere he remained ,,I bracelet with the initials J.A.M.on very .. .. .. "'_ :.:, .. .1
JO 'f
a'year and a half before'mov- the back.:--she also has his pic- having cattle and hogs The with heart trouble .'ii-t.. ,
l I' trees are pIne and are used, In Mrs. Manning and '
Fanny t :
back:)to Cedar Key. He lived lure in that new locket, however, C 4.
e three years, before moving ,: Margaret hasn't a corner on lock- the turpentine Industry. The daughter, Dorothy, spent Xmas
I trees are worked by the Hugh with Mr. and Mrs Clifton Carter, 'S 4a
t to: Starke last year. Now jets; ; Jewell Persley Is sporting _
Turpentine Co., which is on the James and Wateia and
a a':senior at B. H. S., the one too, and me little bird told Roy
me It was from Milton Norman. main highway just north of the Gladys Carter attended a New A

I Won't someone invite Betty school sign. The company is Year's Party at the home of l Kdls :. i

YOU CAN GET Turner to spend a week-end with owned and operated by Mr. T A MORley Saturday evening, Jan. 1.
Biinson and two sons, Aubreyand They report a very pleasant time. I
them? If not, she'll probably just
REAL RElIEF Pete. There I
are three other
pack up and leave us In order ir-
small camps, No. 1, just south of
1 Tlat $fantt ACIDINDICESTION very same place that he started. the school house, Mr. Hunteris _____ _
JJy. E. R. IlouxlerJ. ,.
"': Gene Is especially fond of dancing the woodsman living there. _

skating and fishing. His Number two camp Is farther east L. Robinson spent New Year's _

favorite colors are purple and and Mr. Waters and Mr. Atkinsare day with his mother, Mrs. J., C : _ __

gold. His only dislike Is conceited the woodsmen yiere. It Is Robinson, In Seville and Sunday *, 4
S3! BISMAREXI i people. some larger: having a commissary brought Mrs: Robinson home'

Upon .graduation Gene plansto The Waters children attend from the Dr, Findley Sanitoilum

enter the University of Florida the school and two Atkins In DeLand. Mrs. Robinson has i

:.a> at Gal I nesville If be isn't children. o been ill ever since she fell in a'' Canadian soldiers, airmen are operating with U. S. troops In the North Pacific Hero soldiers of the
-;. *:,1 OTI drafted fir st.Ve are sure Most of the family names!! Car- movie theatre In Starke last sum '
!S5th Field Battery prepare to sail with the task force which re-occupied Klska in the Aleutians., I
TJWhrs Drug Store though that he will be successful ter, Mosley, Padgett, Harris, Grlf- mer and broke one of her arras..

in whatever he undertakes. fla, Austins, Johns and others Her condition la somewhat Im ... ...... ._._ .. ...... n
-'I\\' ( ,a, are from fine old English families proved.Mr. .

and were the earliest settlers. ) and Mrs. H. M. Rlcnarde
J" ".VO-fcVf Later the Wilkinsons, Langs, God and children and Mrs. A M. .p3 : ?, tw ,
root: Service Careful Drivers wins, Osteens and Knights came. Rlcharde spent the week-end In an ( .j.w
r ,
The 'majority of the girls are Jacksonville on New Year's day t j+ < v, ,t

blonde and have lovely singing and were guests at a dinner ifs J t "fin ft

1irke Taxi Service voices. I think those who heard given by Mr and Mrs II. A .,d

the school Christmas program Durden. m :k
will agree about the children's Mr. and Mrs. P. D. Fancher

: singing. are entertaining Sgt. and Mrs. .,,rnw n .ttr K

r Phone 150 This community In the edge of Ellis Fancher and daughter,

Clay County Is rather Isolated Ruby of Maine and Mra. Dennis

owing to Its farming cattle rais- Fancher of Jacksonville.

/Yaiy '. NightP ing and turpentine Industry. The Mrs. B. Hershfleld has returned ,

vrr/ roads are sand but passable. To from a two weeks' visit with t
; ... l ow 1 ... 1 me It Is a joy to live In peace, friends In Miami. -

quietness and harmony, when all Mr and Mrs. Angus Davis hadas t

the world is in chaos elsewhere.Only' week-end guests their parents

the roar of the protecting Mr. and Mrs. M. .M:. Rhode of .

airplanes overhead break the stillness Macclecny. . -r ... " .'
TAKE NOTICE ); ; :1(

[ the ,baying or the of crowing a hound.of a cock In this or from Mrs.a H.visit L of Parker several has weeks returned with SWl MH S tt;-.I I..Sfiu .. .'.'."<' ;.. .:-. _, 1",,-,:"'tr7',. ; 'i. way, ..!.M; ::M"' fiA4..

.. .; ; ;.I T _
( "
: '
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a"- rLWe community many things contribute relatives In Hastings- and I>av-. __ i?.. "
; to make It one of the health
wish to announce that ours iest spots In the U. S. A Plentyof tona.Bradley Geiger of Jacksonville Dutch flier, using Mitchell: bombers, are operating fr%>m North Australian base With U. S. and

Australian airmen they have been pounding Japanese airfields and l bases in the Netherlands East Indies. I IJ.
store sunshine the year round, sulphur accompanied by hU nieces, Elizabeth -
will remain all
open day water to drink, plenty of Geraldine, and Patsy Cox, . ,
,. fresh air, and the turpentine visited his grandparent., Mr. and -- --

Thursday until further notice. pines throw off a resin which Is Mrs. J. M. Bradley over ( he H. Moncrief and children, Doris Mr. and Mrs. L. Watts Tuesday. ping In Starke Friday

ft'*\,,*> soothing to the nerves. Gardens week-end. The Misses Cox will and Jimmle. I j 1|I Recruiting Officer for the State Mr. and Mrs A. L. Sullivan

We find that our past practice provide fresh green vegetables leave for their new home in De- Mr. and Mrs W. F, Rousseauof (I[I Road Dept., G. Ponledge of Tallahassee have moved back to their farm.

'\ ':* the year round. Always there are Land Wednesday Jacksonville were guests of was the over night guestof : Everybody wishes them luck aa

'; Fol :closing Thursday afternoon .t oranges and tangerines. Yea, It C. M. Turney has returned from Mr and Mrs. J. A, Bouvlxr Mon- Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Williams there In no place like "Homo

't .'.t' Is good living at Clay Hill it three weeks' vacation spent day. Wednesday Sweet Home",

been a great inconvenienceiur On the highway by Mrs.; Wlm- with the family of his son, New- Supt. L. F. Chapman visited his Mr. Walter Sibley has returned

f, fr: J"r. berly's Store at Highland, H a ton V, Turney In Columbia, Conn. THERESSA homo after spending Xmas with
'" 1 parents. Rev. and Mrs. H. C.
customers. Therefore filling station owned and operated Mr. Turney brings news of the By M1 M Ida iiagan bill brother In Miami.
the week-end at
,. Chapman over
by Lee Green. He also sells arrival of thereon
a granddaughter Coronado Beach. Mrs If, D. May was shoppingIn
;;: groceries. North on the road Dec 23 She has been named Earl Geiger 2-c Seaman was Starke Wednesday,
.t in call to attention that I Dr and Mrs. J. M. Hembree
.1 your farther In Buddy's Place owned Diana Jean. visiting his mother, Mrs\ J. I*. Mr. Walter' Swindell. spent the
IL' "" ; by Buddy Wilkinson then the Air Cadet Horance G. Davis Jr have been confined at home with
"" Dlckerson, over the Christmas week-end with his sinter at Hill-
;: store will remain all attacks of flu for nearly two
.- open Hugh Turpentine Company has (our Buddy Davis) writes that he holidays. crest Mrs. John Jordan
:" the main camp. There are about has made another transfer and Is weeks. Among others who are Mr. and Mrs Ben Loper and
: Pvt. W, M. Garrett of
1'4 except the noon hour-six 45 famillea of colored workers, ,now studying Advanced Bomfcardlering also victims of that ailment last Camp Mrs. Halley were shopping t n
Shelby, was called home on
week! and now are: Dr. and Mrs.R.I' .
I living In the quarter There la at Big. Springs, Texas.: Staike! Friday
account of the Illness. and death of
I s a week. a colored school, and two His address is: A S. N. 34783218, Stubbins, O. L. Partney The Correspondent was sick

41. churches, a commissary living Clans 44-6. Flight C. AA F. B. S, Mrs R. H. Cox, Mrs. E. A. Brad- his daughter. last week and couldn't send In
,. ,1' shaw, Mrs. L. F Chapman and Mrs. Constantine and children
., ., quarters for four woodsmen and Big Springs, Texas. the news, so she wishes all hei
the big white house of Mr. Brln- Will Maxwell of Jacksonville Mrs. Ivan Williams, Little Mary of Green Cove Springs spent the friends a Happy New Year

.If' I I son. These colored workers dip was a week-end guest of Mr. and Rivera Stubbins has a full case Holidays with her mother here.

;, FORD HARDWARE CO. gum and work the woods In all Mrs. 1.. A. Wiggins of chicken: pox, along with flu.. Mr and Mr, John Atkin and I Net everybody with 8 ....I....

this community.Our Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Moncrlefwho Sirs O. S. Chambers has re- children and Willis t and Sam .. spare can shoot a gun

: a school re-opened after the spent the holiday with their turned from Inverness. Swindell of Jacksonville spent the straight-but everybody ram

'ii'< I: J. B. CARLISLE, Owner holidays, Jan. 3, with a good at -.' families here, returned to Mr. and Mrs. W E. Malone\weekend with their mother, Mr. t fceol straight to the bank aDd

tendance. Not much flu reported.Our their home at Greenwood Saturday and Miss Willa Jean Malone of 8. R. Swindell. bey War !Bond. Bur Yost

term begma Aug. :2, a* accompanied by Mr. and Mr. Starke were luncheon guests of Mr and Mnr. Kelaay were shop 10% every pay day.




slons; In addition to this amount Ain'tcha got no pen?

I SOCIETY and CLUBS .1 On USO Staff I there$176,00.was spent on local work AWtcha letter got In no? envelope to puta

__ _.d -- - The members were divided Into Is you got the writer's cramp? KathleenNorris Says

t Cabaret Dance Service Pins Given two circles after which each Is All you I do got Is the wait rhumatlcs.! :

held Its separate business spsi -

Ushers In New Year To Army WivesAt : i sion. Later they all were served From staying out bit of too thought late? Two Letters Front the BoysBell -

LuncheonSpecial I tempting refreshments of hot tea, Ain'tcha got a
At USOYMCAAs 'Bout me feeling blue?
sandwiches and cake; and the Slndleete-WNU Features.
know it's been an age
a climax of the Holiday Sea recognition was givento favors were ribbon'badgea of the Don'tcha I last heard from you ?
son the USO-YMCA on> Templeand Mrs W. W Brandon Mrs J. national colors Mra. Halle Mrs. Since address
lout new
Washington Streets celebrated F. Johnson Mrs. E. P. Roser. Vining and Mis Peiryman were Is you my

New YearV Eve with a formal and Mrs. R. N. Schluentz at the assisted in serving by Mrs. H. And my letter I'm too?'bout to die
dance from 10:00: to 1:30: A. M. I Army Wives' luncheon of December B. McLendon of Orlando who Don'tcha word from ?
lack you
Tables with red and blue checked 30 at the USO club operatedby formerly was a member of the
the YWCA. In presentingthem local society. -
covers were set around the Glad to hear that Dink Hart
I with pins inscribed "USO Following Is. list of the members -
I large auditorium In Cabaret style. Shelby Miss.) Is much Improved t '
The auditorium was decrated with 50" Mrs Walter Bateman assist of each circle: after almost taking the 1 r.

all the Christmas regalia plus sev ant program director explainedthat Circle Number One: Mrs. L. D. from an attack of double
) eral hundred balloons of various a record' IS kept by the ( Vining, chairman, Mrs. Titus Olson pneumonia . Edna who went

,f colors hanging from the celling. volunteers of.the hours' they. behind serveat assistant Chairman; Mrs., out to be with him during his

t All the dancers were given novelty the' Information desk Sam Anderson, Mrs. William L. illness, returned to the home ,

cape and noise makers. At the the snack bar and In preparing Baggett Mrs. Will Blair Miss front Tuesday . Best News of ,

1: stroke of Midnight it sounded like for special programs at the rlub.firstto Amy Coburn, Mrs. S. S. Dowllng. The Week: Ruth and Jack Scan-

!/ a New Year's Eve on Broadway. Though be awarded these pins here were, it Is the expect. ...;. Mrs. C. A. Darby Mrs Arch H. !. lan and son, Jerry will remain iI

I More than seven hundred piecesof ed that several others will soon I Green, Mrs L.. D. Green Mr. T. with us awhile! ; Jack having accepted -

I' cake were served along with have accumulated fifty hours ser Miss Bobbie Hicks of Atlanta J. Griffin Mrs. Fred Guy. Mrs. a position at Camp Blan-

It fifteen gallons of punch and sevi vice also. An honor roll is post Ca, who Is the new woman's' W. O. Halle, Mrs. D. E. Knight ding . Glimpsed Darby Peek

: ... eral bushels of oranges and candyfor ed the bulletin board In the program> director at .the USO Mrs. F .H. Long. Mrs. W. R. bidding fellow Callstreeters fare- I

i good measure. club on building of those who have Club corner Temple Ave, and Lott Mrs. E. S. Matthews, Mrs., well this week . He leaves for I II I

\ Two door prizes were given contributed ten hours' service and Washington Sts. Before coming Eugene L. Matthews,Mrs. Emma the Navy next Tuesday , Welcome ,,' II

'A away. One for the most recently to Starke Miss Hicks'served nine Murphy: Mrs. Titus Olson, Mrs. Back! . Claire and Milton I

; married couple. Corp. and Mrs. more. v months 'In a similar position with Bertha Pearce Miss 'Amelia Ray, : St. Peter are back In town

..J4 Roland C. Lynn of Philadelphia Mrs. W.. H. McQulstoa! and Mrs. the USO operated! by the YMCAat Miss Olive Ray Mrs Carrie and have moved Into one of Arch
.f' A, R. Ponder were elected to replace -
I Pa. The second prize was won Ozark, Ala. Rltch Mrs Foster Shi Smith Thomas' new FHA houses . .
: by Corp. Frank Fiasco of Akron members of the Army Mrs. Junius M. Smith, :Mra. L.

Ohio. The prize for each was a Wives Council who are going F. Smith Mrs. W S. Stroman, Wunnerful party at the YMCA-

long distance telephone call home. home. Joint Meeting Mrs. A. F. Sauls Miss Kate USO New Year's Eve . Betty \ -.- ---

Hostesses for the evening were Miss Sara Reed director of the Of WSCS Circles Struth. Mrs. J. W. White, Mrs.A. Jane Burts Steve Weldon's niece

' Mrs Klncald Mrs. Caldwell, Mrs club, reports that 350 attendedthe Held MondayThe Wood. looked most charming In pink and \

Sturgill, Mrs. Whit i field. Mrs. tea on New Year's Day, and Circle Number Two: Mrs. E. wowing the Northern boys with
that 850 came to the dance that
Burch of Keyatone-'Heights and of first meeting of the new K. Ferryman chairman; Mrs. A. that Gawgla accent . Balloonsof
night at which time members
Mrs Ben Sternberg of New York the; Council, served as hostesses. year for the circles of the Wo- W. AnlersoDMra.. A. Z. Adkins varied colors were strung from

City. nan's Society of Christian Service Mrs. Herlong Adam, Mrs. .1, W. one side of the hall to the other r
has been the custom on
The New Year's which As of the Methodist church was and noisemakers streamers and .
dance : Andrews, Jr., Mrs M. F. Brown, .
?' was also thousuai, : $Saturday! night Thursday nights the grand prize heM jointly In the Recreational Mrs. J. F. Colley Mrs. D. P. comical bats were very much In
', .\ dance w s.aJao .a, gala affair. for the Bingo game was a long Building; on Monday afternoon, Carpenter Mrs W. J. Chandler, evidence . Clara Mae Knight a II
Mrs. C. Mc-
distance call
k More than one thousand soldiers home. hi hostesses being the president Mrs. L. A Davis, Mrs. J. !i' veteran of many a USO event .02 I

were In attendance;4 u ; ing:\ the Cleary of ,Dallas Texas was the Mrs.! W. O. Halle and c- fields, Mrs Annie Lou Godwin, said it was Just about the prettiest i. ,

i. ,, evening. ,The. u.ualof Saturday .winnerr, last week.Th'e"fIrst . de. leaders Mrs.. L. D. Vlnlng Mrs T. A. Hunt. ''Mrs. L. S. party she'd seen to date > . .. . .
r refreshments of cake and lssuerof the, mimeographed and Mrs E. K. Peiryman. White -' yWhich
night Hutto, Mrs Shelly Hall, Mrs.
'I of then Ittttn did .eoldier gaff,
y ;. punch were served nt, the intermission Army Wives' newspaper narcissi and ferns, placed to ad'<- Paul Hudglna, Mrs, Gary Jones Hear Edwin St. John would 1 I

.Sgt.. .F.ot e"r.l-nd! his. Infantrymen appeared at the luncheon meeting: vantage in the large auditorium Mrs. Charlie Johns" Mrs. L. W like the local lassies to know that By KATHLEEN NORRIS
yesterday at which Mrs George added to the pleasing effect. Koch. Mrs. Wilson O. Lee Mrs. he's on the eligible list once more TilE, JfRJUY'S.GREATEST I
'X; ,furnished the music for
Taylor invited' the submitting* of The meeting was opened with a W. E. Mlddleton; Mrs. W. H. . Seems he went to a dance SOLDIER stationed in MORALE BUILDER

both dances.;' 'The door prize forSaturday'nlght'dance'waa names for the paper In a contest hymn sung In chorus and was Nollman, Mrs. Grace, Osborne, tother' night and all the single A Guadalcanal sent me a Mail from home has been I

won by which will continue until next followed by a talk by 'Mrs. Halle, Mrs. G. C. PowellMrs.. H. C. gals turned him' down cold . letter from his wife this labeled by, morale officers as I

,Pvt. William /Craportof; : Dayton, week. her subject being "Sing unto the Bitch, Mrs. A.' WV'; ',Red grave, Edwin proclaims that he's now week. Another soldier this "The Army's Greatest Morale

Ohio He called bia, wife, Mrs.William Also announced at the luncheon Lord a New Song", after which Mrs W. B. Sewell, Mrs. W. M. free, white and 21,i . Well any. 'one'now in Sicily also sent Builder Knowing this, we
meeting was a music appreciation' Mrs. A. Wood offered -he's free and white! . ,
a. prayer. Mrs.I. way
CrapOrt.Presbyterian. Struth, Mrs. Hogan Smith 'me a letter from his wife. should all flood the at
group which will be organized at frs. Perryman talked on the subject p Shepherd, Mrs. W: P. Smith, Understand youthful Mary Lou camps
home and
abroad with lettersto
a meeting on Tuesday,. January of our need of more work Mrs...James R. Wainwright, Mrs. Durshlmer' Is getting to be quitea The first man merely wrote

Ladies 11, at 3 P. M. in the club Library for missions. Miss Olive Ray M. B.. Herlong. poet . Made up the following largely on the margin of the our",, soldiers, sailors andmarines.

To Meet TuesdayThe and a discussion group read the annual report of the verse to write In sister Virginia's letter, "My gosh this is cer- : B what kind of letter I

sponsored by Mrs L. J. MtKlllop treasurer. which showed that Womans Club'To autograph book: tainly a swell rat-race to tights should we write? Certainlynot

regular' business meetingof to meet on Tuesday at 1:30: P, 23300 had been sent for .mis- Roses are red for! The other soldier'snote one which will deject him .
the Ladies' Auxiliary of the M. Mrs. Hy Lusher will organizethe Meet WednesdayThe Apples are' too. and add to his burdens. A'or

Presbyterian church will be held music, group. ping pong: tournament.In Men are scarce said: "Of course every- would pollyanna meaninglessseries ,

next Tuesday at 3:30: P. M. In Mrs Eugene Hamm announcedthe addition to the exercise Women's Club will meet Girls are blue. one can't have a wife like of phrases fill the bill.

,,' ',' the Sunday School room. schedule for games In the lasses' on Mondays Wednesdays, Wednesday afternoon, Jan. 12, at At last I've discovered what's had Margaret. But I'm sendingyou According to a recent survey of
and Fridays at 10:30: A. M., an individual -
. clinic will be held four o'clck, with the president, Jewel (Carter) Johns In such a a typical letter to show soldiers, they want to ri'H't I

posture Mrs. H. C. Rltch. presiding.Mrs. flutter recently . Seems she you what we like to get out down-to-earth letters about
under the direction of Mrs. A. R
Anyone Having Watches or Clocks Ponder. She will analyze posture K. O. Duncan has charge received a letter from L. A. that mailed dark In, here in hell. I cry over these, what's happening at home social

Left'Over 60 Days fault and give exercises, for. ,their of the program, and. Mrs. L. A.Cariova handsome Canada and hubby she doesn't, know If and I don't care who knows it. doings, sports, changes and )
correction. chairman ,of[ muslc( will he's going 01' coming this way, They arm me arid my bomber. the like written in a cheerful/
Please Call
.:...._ _es, Those who wish to atterrtl- the present a musical prpgram. after an absence of three months They make me feel that ifI but not lilly manner t

---,- -, luncheon next Thursday al'e.J'e Hostesses: Mrs. Frank Wilson, . Seems three years, says don't get back to her other fellows

minded to make their reservations Mrs. A. E. McKinney Mrs. Hogan Jewell . A Merchant Marine, will get back to their homeland gossip and 'then I'll end with your
J. H. COURTMANCHJeweler at the Information desk in Smith Mrs.. N. D. Wainwright, kids of what I'm do-
he Is, you know . because birthday surprise. It may not reach
the USO across from the postof- Sr., Mrs. John Ugloa, Mrs. C. F. Ing. They make all this worth you on your birthday, but It'll be

flce! before Tuesday evening. Ward, Mrs. L. S. Hutto. Hear Alice Brown entertained while." somewhere near it. and it couldn't

the This Is the first letter. The writer bring more love on any day, ID
girls Tuesday nightat
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the Church Center and served is 23; she was married a year ago; there's no loss there.

them delicious homemade cake her husband was in America for "I'm sitting at the window In the

SEE US FOR Carolyn Callstreet , Party broke up early 'cause some months and had frequent home big bay window in the upstairs hall.It's .
leaves he went In January.
; away a wonderful hot still summer
the Tally-Lassies had to catch an
> Expert Alarm Clock and Watch early bus at 7:40: Wednesday "Darling old Pete awful heat here, afternoon; the maple leaves don't .t...

Repairing --......- _ ,-,.. - -,- _._- ,_ ... -,- morning . Comes the dawn I'll bet you don't have It any stir; the !Bag at the Benton house *
: and all are waiting for the bus worse no matter what you're up hangs still. It's America In August, '"
Little fluzle woozle has come to on time each week, but Judging Freshment Clarice against. Nothing ever happens In and Lord.1 Lord, .Lord what a good H
Starke to stay from his past recordfellow members this jay town; I don't see how your place to bet
ALL MAKES, To fill the folks with aches and aren't betting any too strong Thomas with an armload of mother and father stand it. I drink Word Picture of Home Front.
and Davis
books Dooley
pains that this resolution will be kept long Iced drinks all day long and I
And make them cough and spray . nary a one . Don'tknow who take ten baths a day. Electric fan'lout "All along Lincoln: Street children

The STAG At first you think you're gonna; should be called the biggest op of order nobody'll fix It of are riding bicycles and playing;
timist-Clarice for thinking' she women ere watering gardens; men :
die, Glimpsed Arllno Mann down fora course; nothing ever gets done laundry
II Carter Building Starke, Fla.! And then you're 'fraid you ain't few days' renptte, from the WOULD study or Dooley for takes ten days shops won't deliver are coming and home. A fruit cart goes cby c--:-
; pears and melonl-
You vow that If you're ,spared Washington winter, .at U.. D. C. thinking she can pass those mad- and butter is worth its weightIn grapes .
Keith I could whole
send the
dening mid-terms without a little : you ,
I Muller for
this time meeting Wednesday aft e rnoon gold. beg a quarterof
You'll change and be a saint.It looking fabulously fetching In a holiday reviewing . Oh well a pound and it lasts about a day thing! The 5:17: whistles coming In;

starts out with a sniffle lovely purple suit purple hat and I'm not worrying too much when Willie's at home. It's awful men busses pour down from the factory;
by. We'r all
And then becomes a snort unusual shade of green blouse al'out either one . Knowingour about food, you get sick of red hard; BO mother cannina'and working Red
MENTHOMULSIONA And It isn't very long before . Hear that she,. Lex Lucile Bradford County lassies like points, standing in line and 'there Crossing Into the night
hot, ;
I do I know they'll get by- are none In market today Madam.
your handkerchiefs run short. and Carolyn Green had a wun- your father putting in: about,19 extra : ,
I don't believe It's either.
Your feels like railroad nerful time somehow! necessary
spine a attending some of hours a week
So long . See In the Why make everyone miserable just
track the New Year f e s 11 I vltles In "Bob's tailed now Frances if do-
became there's a war on? ; j
Laxative Cough Medicine With freight cars running oe'r; Miami .' Now that the collltch next ., . ing hard hours as a nurses' aid. I

Just when you think you're sure I set has returned to .the campus Carolyn.. Night Swims With Soldiers. Keith the newspapers, the shop windows B,

to freeze I hear that some parents of pop .,"We.all go swimming up by the the movies, the magazines art

Sweat rolls from every pore. I ular daughters feel like It was Party Honoring bridge hot nights. There are plentyof all filled with nothing but the war.
Menthol and other
Containing valuable enlisted with
men to
About the time you reckon that all a dream and are wonderingIf go us; some Help. Work. Buy Bonds Send thing :.,'
Girls awfully nice some fresh of
Its time to make your will. they were really home or not College course to the boy. It would Inspire you; ::7..
Ned Smith's cousin is here, h. Is
ingredients for stubborn a
coughs. Well-meaning friends rush to , Understand Rawson Davis It does. me; It does everybody. You fc n.
Honoring college girls who have peach. After we swim Mac runs us .
aid with kind of got to little of tell me not to'
your every pill see 00 Dooley get tired, darling
the here Mrs. to Jackson's
spent holidays up ; they've got a big
In every kind of alze and shape that he asked her to write him But I want to get tired; I love I it _
Does not contain opiates or narcotics. Rawson J. Davis and Mrs. R! A. open-air restaurant at the back now, "
And color, too- after she back'to'Tallahasseeand Houston .
every got "Th boy went after all;
Gahagan gave a farewell party with a band, and we dance. :p f
Each guaranteed' to make you tell him. 'all about'\ her visit! for Misses Idalou Davis. Mar- "Georgie! had her baby so she's Uncle Jim Is back In, apd[ so glad

Will give you quick relief for that well "t"e Jorle rider, Cia r Ice Thomas; tied down for the duration; her Larry O'Connor Isn't coming back, '
And chase away the flu. Thelma Corpenlng Gayle Sewell mother doesn't want to be left withit. and your mother and I go over Inert

stubborn cough.IF Then comes that dear old kindly Haul Guy and Fred Jr., arrived Jewell Powell and Nina Bishop and Georgia's awfully mad. Sillyto very day or;two.. They're wonder*
soul home from the ful quiet and proud. Well they may
yes on Tuesday evening at the Church bring kids Into this kind of a
r (To make bad matters worse) terday afternoon . ;'I'm not saying Center. world isn't it? Well no' news andI be. Every month-ever hour, shows

Who wants to know If you've arranged there never has been a prouder Games have a halr-do coming up so no us what we've got and what thereat >
dancing and refresh-
A TONIC IS NEEDED . TAKECREO.HYPOPHOS Papa than Fred Sr., but If ments constituted the entertain- more. Take care of yourielf. We of the world must have. Plenty "'

For rental of the hearse. so, I've yet to see him . Yes for the saw a great big salad bowl in "Casa- and .ork.. and security, and not
So when the air Is chilly sir , One sick person In a ment young ladles and a blanca' and Jean said to bring:\ to be afraid. It's going to be s good

And the wind goes wb 0 o 0 . family Is bad enough but when number of young' army men.. her one when you come home. Love.EtheL" world for America after it's over _

A splendid general tonic for weak nervous And the sky begins to drizzle mama and daddy both get sick, served} I'a. Davis and Mrs. Gahagan W* love this crowded little apartment

And your none drizzles too the punch sandwiches and That is one wife's letter. w* love rationing and isvuif.
systems. Try it for a good appetizer and a ; complications b g In. Here Is
fine tonic to bring you back to normal You better mind the doctor Scootle Duke says she had Just cake the punch bowl being pre- the other because it means all that. America
sided over by Mrs/'G. C. Powell. and theAmerlcan
For there ain't no doubt- "Dearest Keith five way.
after the flu. settled herself In be"; tot her day ; o'clock and
That old man flu will get you to enjoy a nice weeks' Illness This pleasant affair was enjoyedby that seems to be the hour'when I Buy. Farm for Postwar Home. aI'

$1.00 a bottle If YOU DON'T WATCH OUT? when Glen had to spoil It all by 35 young people. miss you most. Your mother Is " for your surprise .

coming home full of aches and usually. upstairs then resting before remember the place w* saw

Well, hem it Is one week after pains himself , That meant Delores Ann Hancock we get dinner; your father last dayj.when we picnicked up YOIIU

.r January 1st, and I wonder how someone had to gl't'out of bed. isn't horn. I've had my long the mill In Apple Valley?

Try Dia-Bisma, for that miserable many of those fine New Year Scootie said so ah* knew that Celebrates Birthday sleep after breakfast and my bath, ber the house in the orchard ,rid'

resolutions are still intact T . she was nominated i Mrs Raymond Hancock of 401 and don't have to report until seven the barns and the two big oahi''
Hear Joe Hoover 'And this Is the moment I let Remember on&
resolved to work \(; go laying that It was
u stomach. We guarantee relief for two hours less each day and use Those 1"Ie'pr1811-: Xmas cards on South Walnut street entertained just a little, and need you. So six miles from Factorytown, and
Wednesday afternoon for her 9
S the extra time visiting around from service here I ana walking out Into:\ Sicily that you were going to get a J loo
men were certainlya daughter Dolores
and down Ann who was among the big bomber hangars, and there wb a'EI' '
up Call St., getting n the war ended?
: gas, sour belching and indigestion acquainted with some of the bright spot of the holidays andI celebrating her eleventh birthday.Pink i asking for Captain Keith. Here I Keith, I'm buying that house! F* a
many hope all of will
us lose
no time and whit were used In the am,' dear
: putting
my for and ebldress.
up the
newcomers who have Joined our the you me. someday, and
ranks In the past three and writing boys whO"lent them. appointments for refreshments you to kiss me. and taking Just 'on* And ills yellow pup, of courxh's .

resolution yearsNoble expressing our appreciationfor which were served proceeding a moment of your time to say 'Every here within now. wagging W
M > But doubt If Bro., Hoover say' their thoughtfulness . theatre party at the Florida. I, thing's aU right. We'r working tall when I speak to him. I'm ed"

has put It Into practice I Came across this little poem Dolores Ann's guests were: Mary hard and praying hard and holding ,obi, to do a. thing to 'Oakoter'-

Koch he'a been of yet since tother day composed by a groupof Ella Turner, Betty and Linda hard onto the future when everything 1'.* named It 'Oakover'-until f*
Store one the
w Drug flu victims more serious soldiers and used by them to Bryant Marian and Prissy Mc- : ww'v ever dreamed will coon get horn*. Then we'll pack a **!
during the '
past week jack up friends who don't write : Ray and Martha true. hoe
. Understand Winkler each and tackle It with brooms and
u resolved to Arch Thomas frequently . I[of whom received a lapel pin .. !"Well first I'll ten you where I men and make It the loveliest W"
get Rotary Club Ain'tcha got no paper friend? I a memento of the party. I. am and what I'm doing,. and an the 701 nw dreamed of. l


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LOCAL Sgt. and Mrs Robert Jackson Baptist Society USO-NCCS Plans
I BITS of and baby are visiting relatives

V'i here and at Baldwin. Sgt. Jack- Plans] For 1944 NoveltySeries @) G' ) Oe
i ; f1Ir
son is stationed at Boca Raton g .
;1 alke11, of Jacksonville, Charles A. (Bud) Jenkins was Twenty-two members were .

,0:0: he' New< Y 81"8 holiday accepted by the Navy Tuesdayand Mrs H. B. McLendon returnedto I present at the Royal Service and USO operated by the NCCS .--- ----
will leave 11 for 'business meeting of the First -- --
, e! ,An4erson. January her home in Orlando on Wednesday at 400 Temple Avenue announcedthe -----
training.Mr. Baptist church held Tuesday afternoon -
after with
a visit here January schedule of weekly
= sara Reed< director of the4OYWCA her parents Mr. and Mrs. E. S. at the church. novelty dances, which are presented ,
: 13 spending a few : and Mrs Guy H. Sale and Matthews. Mro.\ H. L. Hough acted as pro regularly on Wednesday evening .

ya'at her home In Laurel' Miss.' daughter Linda Kay, spent last gram director wills ,Mrs. A. E. :. .
week-end in Tallahassee with Llghtfoot, Mrs. Proctor Mrs. V. J
Staff Sergeant Dan Hazen who .
A plan has been devised! where- ,
BKtlf and Mrs. Granf ;Evans friends., has been attending Advance Aircraft H. Gorden and Mrs.! Ralph AlvArez -
by soldiers will be transported to
erej|'\ .inner quests of; and School In Denver Colo., has giving: Interesting talks. ,,
and from by bun and similar
New Miss: Ailine Mann, of Washington camp r
rs1 a COOK on Tear's returned to Tifton Ga., where he The society planned to fill 16 arrangements have been'made sh tF
D. C., Is here visiting at ,
t Is now statlned. kits bags for Russian soldiers for
- the home of Congressman and girls who will come from
coating approximately $2 each
of the"- iO Mrs. R. A. Green. neighboring communities.While .
a lvaulatto per
t A of 460 for
Take advantage of the 15 budget $ was adopted
allowed OD" Familybun4Rh a designated battalion(
pt1 oount.
. |
1 .* cash & ,carryDry Friends of Lieut ;Edmund SII- discount" allowed on Family the coming year. has been chosen to participate

Cleaner'' & Laundry.. vernail 'regret to learn of the Flnlnh' bundle, cash b. carry Starting In February the, circles each Wednesday night any sol

f.t/I.' -:" : -: ........ death Of his mother MnoEddle'Whit. ,, Star bo, Dry Cleaners & Laundry. will each meet month the and first the Tuesday Royal Ser-in dier In camp can attend the r-

nd M e.tlu: C Jl'reemar dr of .,. Jacksonville.. 1tt'' vice ''and business meeting .will dance. The buses will leave from
hvilW'Vere Sunday guests Mrs Louts Berger'' left Tuesdayfor the Indicated battalion heailqunr- Wh aw
be held the third Tuesday In the
and; Wr". Raymond Hanas ,Mr. Jenkins' wife and four chil- New York City where she will church tern and the Special Service Of. "

dren will remain In Starke at spend a few days on business before annex. ricer o f each respective outfit ,.. e, M ) q4 h

their residence on the corner of returning to Starke to make will be In charge. Any soldier in

F. Crady left Satur- Weller and Jackson streets. her permanent home. String EnsembleAt camp may join the group to attend .

j r New York City after USO-YWCA the dance by contacting the

g ten days here with hlJl! Take advantage of the 15 percent Mrs D. W. Hazen and little SpecIal' Service Officer. Those

discount allowed on Family daughter, Sandra have returned Townspeople as well as servicemen soldiers who are in Starke are

Finish bundles. cash ft carry. to Tifton. Ga., after spending several of the community are cordially free to attend. This plan of or,

pind :Mrs Jeff Holland, of Starke Dry Cleaner ft LaU f.f.y y weeks with her parents Mr. Invited to a musical presents ganlzation has the approval ot

were week-end guests! and, Mrs W. L. Silcox. tlon of the 202nd Bat tallon's Captain Alfred Strodzas chief

t and :Mrs. Jackson, ,D. Lee O. Jones, Jr., son of s.Jln-. String Ensemble at the USO- Special Service Officer of the

and Mrs. L. O. Jones has 'received .. J. B. Rowe has as his guests YWCA Sunday, Jan' 9 at 5 P. IRTC.

Ifc: a promotion to 1st Lieutenant during the New Year week-end M. The January schedule Is as follows :

a&ljjand: Mr, *. D. B. White ..OfrnaruJica i at Fort Benning, Ga. Mrs. Rose Starling and daughter, The ensemble Is directed by :

'vwre recent guests of Geraldine of Green Cove Springs, Pvt. Julius Grossman, 1st vIolinIst January 12th: Letnirn and RON --= j

flatter's tttother, Mrs. P. ''H. Mrs. C. M. Alchedial of Tampa, and Mrs. J. M. Anderson of Highland whose list of musical. actlvt Imnc-e -r. ti
Is 'spending! the week with Mrs. The 213-215 -
_a. ties before his Induction Into the Battalions with

f11IolD&w Ira 'Wilson while here visitingher army Is varied and brilliant. Special Service Officers Lt. Paul Give Us . Our Daily Bread

O.', Retch returned Lo1b I husband at Camp Blunding. Miss Ruby Lilley, who has been Pvt. Grossman acted as con- WeHtphaling and Lt. Wallace Cul- (See Recipes Below)
Ga. '"st SaturdayJ'o* fe1jlria ductor of the New Jersey Philharmonic ver are In charge.
the guest of her brotherinlawand :!
.and Mra. R. A. I Good Dreads
Congressman orchestra has) given con- Lovely girls from. Palntka.
Wdica! studies at slater Mr. and Mrs.: Titus Lynn Chamber. PointSavingMenus
Green and children also their certs at Carnegie Chamber Music January; 19th: Scavenger Hun -
wryjfalyerelty: ; ,' While here guest, Miss Arline Mann, went' Olson, has returned to Quincy to Hall and the Barbazon Plaza In DII.I_. "I want to know how to make
resume her work in the school- "
itmmyf' wyte :a guest of'bis to Miami last Friday and on Saturday room. New York City. ,,He has performed The 209 Battalion with Special good bread Is a desire expressed Grapefruit Juice
rbjMrta: Carrie RItch, and attended the, big football for W. E. A. F. taoln o Service Officer Lt. John Farley 'a"rj'41_ who often write by readers in and Veal Cutlet. In Sour Cream

and ' T. J. Griffin. '"' game. formed for WEAF (NBC) and In charge. Lima Bean. Baked Potato
in tell their \
Mr. Jenkins has been the me )
..l prog"
." 1" WNYC and been director of the Beauties itom Gainesville. Lettuce Salad'Refrlgertor
- --- contracting business In Starke New York Con a e rvatory of: January Zeth: A Military Hop lems. Some feel Rolls

11! ... for the past several years and is Music. The 25ft' Battalion with Special I making' bread, lia' Grapes in Gelatin, Beverage

! l a" +. HURCH-'OF CHRISTAubreyMercery a former National Guardsman Pvt. Harry Agrqnove, 2nd Violinist Service Officer Lt. Frank Kor- % 1 matter while of others good Recipe Given
;: Minister ,. with Hq. Co.- 2nd Bn., 124th In- has played with the Tor- anda In charge and Lt. Elizabeth i .\I 1.y" are certain that

fantry. onto Symphony and the MG& Branch for the Wac's.Snappy .
k ii I if they just had a Cool to lukewarm, then add yeas
Q orchestras, while Pvt. Max Kreut Wacs from. good recipe, they could make good softened in lukewarm water. Add
: ::10:0oA.IBible! Study: 'Take advantage of the 15 percent ser who plays the, ,;yLola In the ding. bread. 4 cups of !flour and beat thoroughly.

I Ey; M.' : Baptfsirt. discount allowed on Family Ensemble has been prominent Bread food bread. Is one of the Add remaining flour and mix gradually -
,' Finish bumllpM. cash alt curry In radio broadcasting. orchestra boys of Keystone( Air Bane easiest of all baked goods to make. to a dough that won't stick to
,\ Highteousness\ of God. Starkn Dry Cleaners & Laundry. work are also' Invited to attend these The yeast bread takes\ longer for the hands or bowl. Knead lightly on a

'4iYBSDAY Pvt. Archie Levin Violist wasa dances. Although'specific girl process to be completed but thereis floured board 8 to 10 minutes. Placein

U l" : ,,7':30'I'PrayerlUeeting' : : Sgt. and Mrs. J. M. Lawley returned member of the cast of Rosalind groups have been ask o d. the nothing hard about ant of the a greased. bowl, cover closely,

\>r.>s Friday evening- from Mobile while It played In New York dances at the NCCS are pn to steps. Bear In mind these essentials and let rise until double In bulk ((2 to

'- Evei-y Visitor"A, Welcome Guest Ala., where they visited City and the ensemble's Cellist all young ladies of Starke, an well when baking bread with yeast: 2ft hours), Punch down and knead

their parents. Mr. and Mrs. N. J. Corporal Zlnder, Is also an accomplished as soldiers and their wives who 1. Liquids used may be water 2 minutes. Let rise again until double

Lawley and Mr. and Mrs) O. V. musician. ore living In Starke.' The Ben milk, diluted evaporated milk, potato in bulk. Knead down. Divide
Meters The group plans m" varied program Telephone girls are encourage water or a mixture of any of Into 4 portions for loaves. Cover and

-:- which will be of market und urged to attend. these. When using milk, scald and let rest 10 to 19 minutes. Mold In
--- Interest to all music''lovers' here. The winner of the weekly Tues 'cool to lukewarm. loaves. Place In greased pan. Cover
Miss Jewell Powell and
WONDER day night Bingo was Technical 2. Yeast may be compressed, closely and let set -In a warm
Elton Powell who spent the holidays Sergeant Manford Heineman of granular or dry. place until doubled in bulk and a

here with their parents Rev. School Board the 213th Battalion. He will tele- 3. Sugar Is used to help yeast light touch leaves a dent. Bake in a

and Mrs. G. C. Powell returned Meets MondayThe phone his folks in Brooklyn New make leavening gas. Salt controls moderately hot <4to( ) 423-degrees)
GIFT SHOP Wednesday to Southern CollegeIn York fermentation, gives flavor. oven 40 to 49 minutes

Lakeland. Board of Public InstructIon 4. Add all flour necessary at the Bread Is done when It shrinks
Bradford time of mixing, to keep dough from from the pan and sounds hollow
231 El( Call St."*"" '' '" Starke Misses '*Gayle Sewell. Idalou regular, .. of meeting'held"'at'10'A.County at M.a Starke Man sticking and to avoid del-k streaksin when tapped .with,finger. Remove

Davis Thelma Clarice bread loaves 11'010.pans immediately and
Corpening. To Manage
Monday In the Court House, Instructed -
Thomas Marjorie Grlder and Eva 5. Dough Is kneaded until smooth cool on rack. For a crisp crust,

FLORIDA Fay Galney have returned to Tallaasee : Schools W. E.Superintendent MIddleton to contact of:- Upchurch Campaign and satiny. Curve the fingers over neither grease nor cover loaves when
to resume their work at dough and push Into it with the cooling. For a soft crust brush top
+ NOVELTY GIFTSJEWELRY the State College. all principals concerning the Appointment of W. M. ""Bill palms of the hands. The first kneading : of loaves with fat or salad oil after
advlslblllty of closing schools fora Walnwrlght of Rtnrke, a. his Is longest-8 to 10 minutes re- removing from oven.'Refrigerator.

brief period because of the campaign manager was announced quired, never less than 9. After the Rolls.
d Take advantage of the 15 percent large percent' of asenteealsm" . due formally this week by Frank D. dough Is punched down the second (Makes 1 dosen medlum-slied rolls)

dlncount allowed on Family to illness Unchurch, candidate for Governor time, only 2 minutes' kneading Is 1 cup milk scalded
Finish bundle, cash & carry. Other action of the Board included of Florida, and resident< of necessary 1 cup hot mashed potato}

Starke Dry Cleaners & Laundry. the awarding of the Guy St. Augustine. 8. After the dough ,Is kneaded. It U cup shortening .. '

-.-... 'OPEN 10 TO 10 DAILY Parrish route to Estelle Mott re- "Selection of I Walnwrlght us the Is placed In a greased bowl. V cup sugar I
I -' INCLUDING SUNDAY Starke Grove No. 273 and All clndlng- the action of -the Board leader of my staff Is probably Turn the dough over In bowl to :2 teaspoon sail

Friends Camp No. 138 will hold at its December meeting at which the most fortunate decision I i grease It entirely and prevent a 1 cake yeast

I a Joint installation In the W. O. time the route waa given to K. J. have made no far In this campaign hard crust from forming. Cover H cup lukewarm water
I W.- Hall on Tuesday January 11 Lewis.It ," Upchurch declared. dough with a cloth or waxed paper :2 beaten ec..

j at 8 p. m. All members) are was also agreed to pay $25a "He was chosen after a careful while rising. Temperature at which S to 8 cup flour
urged to attend.C. month to James Hobbs for of the dough rises should be 82 degrees. Combine milk potato shorteningsugar .
I # r NAT SEZ: coaching basketball at 'Bradford I survey number of qualifications of a 7. When punching dough down and salt in large mixing bowl.
flu'At"lL very applicantsfor punch hands Into the center of the Add yeast softened In water and
F. Ward High school this month .
was saddened last during the
: 'weU and until position. Wainwright
: Beginning next dough eggs. Add l'/i cups flour and beat'
week the death of his> and February and a unanimousvote
t by brother knows Florida
and Floridians
y "further notice the store I'm work- and 8. When dough has been punched well.! Cover and let stand in a
Henry A. Ward. 74 of Marietta resulted In the 'decision to
A. M. and counts his friends literally by the down the second time and risen. until ... warm place for 1 hour, or until full
ing will open at 9:30 Ga. He and Charlie were associ- purchase a $23: Tuberculosis' Bond. thousands,"' Upchurch'adeled.. double In bulk - of bubbles Stir In 3Vt to 4'4 cups

clone at 7 on week days. Saturday ated In the grocery business In It was decided that Insurance "My campaign manager believesas and the dough retains k, -r of flour to make a fairly stiff dough.

4 until 9 P. M. TheMe are .the Marietta years ago. on the new school building will I do. that a successful contest dents when 'a 'rr Knead until smooth on a lightly:

hours adopted by moat of the be divided eouallv'between the for a political office can bo and pressed lightly It "'p rsr floured surface. Return to greased
Mrs. L. S. Hutto returned Mon- Harold C. Wall and the Charley should be 'd on a straightforward is ready for molding mixing bowl. Grease top of dougb.
, i Jacksonville store I'm Jut an day for Columbia S. C., where Johns agencies and the Board approved honest basis, entirely Knead down Cover and chill In, refrigerator.

old copy cat. she visited her daughter. Miss a request to have a door free from some of the tactics, and divide In portions About m hours before serving time

Carolyn Hutto and a son, Pvt. put In the J. E. Brown school which Florida voters have been for loaves. shape desired number of rolls. Placein

Oliver P. Hutto who Is now sta- bus to comply with safety regulations compelled to witness In the past. Cover and let rest 10 to 15 minutes greased pans; let rise 1 hour.

, 1" IJ18. tioned at Camp Jackson. for school buses. "Walnwrlght further agree To mold dough flatten into a bail, Bake 'in a hot oven ((429 degrees)

.10 !; New ShipmentWomen's Announcement was made of the with me the public Is entitled to fold lengthwise and stretch three 15 to 20 minutia Punch down unused .

Take advantage of the 15 percent appointment of Mrs James Max the facts about all Issues and times the length: of the pan. Overlap dough and return to refrigera

: Shoes discount allowed on Family well to take the place of Mm. questions which are certain to ends at center and fold lengthwise tor.You
"bb Julia ; flatten again, fold In thirds don't have .
Finish bundle cash & carry Brownlee elementary teacher arise, and I am fully confident he ; "I:
: seal edge; roll lightly and place In time to make
at Bradford
School who has
will be
Starke Dry Cleaner. & Laundry. of material assistance to
')i11". greased pan fold down. yeast rolls or
, $1.98 $2.98 $3.45 me In placing these before the bread? Then you
s. Bread..
rlji.. Judge and Mrs. A. Z. Adkins, citizen of this State" Upchurchsaid. will enjoy lovely -...;
. Ai a
IT HAPPENED THIS YKAK (Makes 4 1-pound leaves)
MrM.. F. Brown and .
children .
quick bread ...
: Marcus and Florence, and Fred The second In order to direct the Upchurch V4 cup sugar with a cherry- " war found ,
"-1;Hlf! just Arrived' c 'New LineipWomen's Guy were In Gainesville Sunday United States ,women busy on campaign Walnwrlght resigned 2 4 tablespoons teaspoons sail shortening I bran combination that is tops:

afternoon visiting Mrs Fred Guy both the home and war front from his po. t as supervising 4 I Alt-Bran Cherry Bread.

' Coats and small son at the Alachua Here are the news events of the auditor of the State Hoard of 1 cake raps yeastI4 liquid, scalded (Makes 1 loaf)

/ Spring County Hospital. year which affected .them) par Control. He did not ask for a cup lukewarm water 1 tablespoon butter
leave of absence.Wainwright /i cup light brown sufarH .
<&m 12 to 14 cups floor
*, ., m, ,I; Mrs. B. A. Pope, who spent January 15-First feminine U. la a veteran of Combine salt cup chopped maraschino cherries
Plain and Fur TrimmedLti'r World War I and served sugar shortening, H cup chopped autmealai2H
\ the holidays here with her parent S. O. contingentsIncluding, Kay over and liquid in a large mixing bowl.
,,1.; *. Judge and Mr. A. Z. Ad- Francis Martha Ray Carole Lan- seas. After the war he entered
$18.95. & $22.50, kina, left Saturday for Auburn. I dls and Mitzl Mayfalr. arrIves in the: office of the state comptroler cups flour .
4i! Ifj.spoons baking powder
Ala. where her North and subsequently served as
husband Is employed Africa.
Lynn Bays: %
cup sugar
In the Alabama, Polytec- January 28-Women'. marine bank examiner, assistant state *i teaspoon salt
auditor, and state auditor before
ntc Institute. reserves Is formed. Homemade Bread.: Wash the 1 egg

Spring Coat Suits February 9-.Shoe rationing. being named, to the position he bread box out thoroughly so the 114 caps milk
: : ; CARD OF THANKSThe February 12-Ctrl worker. In recently resigned at Tallahassee bread will, stay fresh and moist :t tablespoons melted shortening

kindness and sympathy of Bridgeport factory strike becauseof longer. Every week, the box t cup all-braa)

.; Pastels and Plaids our.friends In our bereavement la sweater ban. Basketball Game should have a soapy sudsing, and 54 cap chopped maraschino cherries

more deeply appreciated than any February 13-Mr*. Ruth Cheney thorough drying out In the sun % cup chopped nutmesla
14.95' and 22.50 word 'of thanks can even express. I Streeter becomes major as director Saturday NightThe shine. Bread sometimes becomes Melt butter in loaf pan and sprinkle

;w' -Mrs. Green Moody'and family. I of marine reserve. Bradford County High stringy, If a certain germ Is allowed 'sugar, cherries and nutmeaU
'' '1' February 19-Veronica Lake School basketball to become Imbedded in the evenly over bottom of pan.

'I P !cut her hair at request of WPB. season will open box through lack of cleanliness. Sift flour with baking powder sugar
j ; Big Holy Land Scenes I February 19--Mme. Chiang Kal Saturday night with a game between Have freshly baked rolls often and salt. Beat egg, add milk and
Shown At TabernacleLecturer ehek addresses the local TOl'Jladoeslnt! by making a batch of refrigerator shortening and stir Into flour mix
de'B March Congress. the Waldo High quintet. dough: to have on hand. Then ture. Add bran, cherries. and nut

. Skirts ousesf Walter Zvoda has fruits and Rationing of canned The game Is called for 8 o'clock make a variety of rolls from It to meats. Pour over cherry mixture
vegetables begin
been showing pictures of the Merch 29 and will be played In the Armory add interest to the menu- and bake In a moderate oven.
Land rationing ,of opposite the High School. Ad.. caramel rolls, cinnamon twists, Loaf may be baked omitting cher
I Holy on the screen at the treat butter fat.
,$2.98 to $7.95 and canned fish mission will be 15c for students poppyseed rolls, orangeAiledrolls mixture bottom
:';'::!:: w ,- 'Gospel Tabernacle. Friday night: starts. ry-nut on \ of, pan.
and soldiers and 30c etc.
for other
ra.d-scar' ' .rr Jan. 7, he will show the "Signs: April 16-CDVO conducts door- adults. If homemade bread tends to get Art you baling Ii,,,. air .Ir'.Iig
.'. of the TJmea" from Matt. 24, and o-door scrap drive for metal- Coach J. C. Hobbs that day-old flavor freshen the moot? "',1,. to Visa Lynn, l.i i Ii. rr
will also show to* site where the April 21Fhre V. S. O. girls announcesha loaves by sprinkling a little wa- for praflieal help>, .l W 0.1 tI, ,.. e
coming World War following probable lineup forSaturday's t'nion, :210 South .
8fflernberc's Armageddon arrive In Pacific/ area. ter in a brow bag placing loaf pu Unpluinit Xtr ,1.Chicago
will be fray: ilL Vo.. joritt to tnvto
fought In Palestine. The *
May 4-Movl* actress poll Reddish of bread in It, and into the oven .... ,.01 .
public Is Invited to and Penklns, For. ttll-fddriittd ..-.:..* Jet
see these shows
pictures prophetic sergeants preferred to officers wards; Mercer denter; Motley several minutes" your' reply. '
as dates. and Bftonl. 'Cuards. BM' M4 by W su*.H'''IP<\JOe' Vs--

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OUR SERVICE MEN I Spirit of. Paul Bunyan_ Spurs Victory Pulpwood Drive j ,I I

..onrernlunllrnilfunl '- ; " 'I ,
Devtedraap.rate lo Items of IntrrrNt ;: :
('..nn.,. horn. now rr\lnic 1 n.>lMm. .
.. I'nrena. unit frlrml. are nritnl ta y '. .
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nrt nli>.. wiurntril" lo write to the
Trlmrnph.' reporting Ftntx and nrtlvltlmof L. -

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7etfJ Mr. and Mrs. O. A. Thrower
H. Layfield
rpl. and Mrs. Chas.
I who reared their family on a

Li.f! lydynnt .......,. and lIOn, Darrcll of Moody Field farm north of Starke, have five
; !L! ", ... .." u"""" spent the holidays with friends sons in Uncle Sam's service In

: .. I
.. ', : and relatives at Brooker.. Cp!. foreign: lands! and waters. Mr.
0 IUf'l:: I"
Layfield In an aircraft mechanic and Mrs. Thrower now live at (

I, ,. ,E J and has received a good conduct I 3011 Louise St., Jack sonville, ""

I. '-' mechanic's medal. Fla.
I sI medal and a
she ,i The names of the five sons! ,
,I ,, e/ ,Ms.. He likes his work fine, and his AI Trt
follow: Lt.-Col. Earl Clyde Thrower 4
yr 5' ej .n j' y. address, IB: Cpl. Chas. H. Layfield, Is In Persia; Lt.-Col. MaxwellO. e t

..1 Gu.STI'lHES. S. Eugene Dryden Thrower Is In e k ,7

.1I Italy; Pvt. John Knox: ThrowerIs

,I ENGINEERING: I| In the Solomon Islands; and ,

Paul J. Hunt son of :Mrs. T. A.I I lilt Sgt. Morris! Thrower |is! in ,

!4 Hunt of Starke IK at Texas A. the Pacific. The first four of LIiii'F t \

\ |: these brothers were In World 5y'n r r '
& M. College taking an engineerIng i'
courae in onI I War J.CHANGE, ;: ; i'I
" "r k the ASTP I Army w-Tffr q. iJa I
d S I
r OF I
j ,, SpecializedTraining ADDRESSES ,
, t r4 Program The following men have recently -

t. : ( : _ ). There changed addresses! and the

,I' ( were 100 out of new address! Is the one given below -
,4 'na 250 who finished : WITH PAUL BUNYAN (Len Galley) directing them these International Falls Minn., business. leader learn \
, .Tie line of the |>le.roon during the Koorhirhlna; County Pnlpwond Drive Left to right are Harold Morse, l'sttfolfe.
x," the first three- Lt, Milo Sponholtz-O. 754298 Ken Sficelmon/ Mayor Krogficn and Charlie Kelola. These cut log will provide the pulpwood ued. I.' .11"\
", m o nths' course H. B. C.AABDalhart n making containers In which ammunition food and medical inpplie are parked and shipped to onr armed

and Hunt was r Texas. .orccs oversea Vac cord of pulpwood cut today rosy lave a soldier's life tomorrow. Cut an extra cord NOW" Ito

among the fortunate k -

ones Hej Sgt. John S. Shuford-34241620 humans It la very debilitating Hampton Happenings Flint, Mich., .

Crackers and Chowder Harmonize! wan recentlygranted 1 25h( Air Depot Gp. and the victims usually'require Ity Barbara Home Mrs. Mae Sweeney returned ,.IN)

(See Recipes Below) j a 28-day furlough and I Hq. & Hq. Sq. several weeks of treatment to from Philadelphia Pa., Saturday.Miss F,
came back to Gainesville. Fla., Kelly Field Texas.W. recover. James Plckren S 1-c U. S. I Lucile Green visited

Soup Satisfies! where he married Miss Rebecca I With the great need for food Navy, of Beufort, S. C., Is en- friends In Jacksonville last week.
., Lynn Chambers' PointSavingMenu D. Parker, RM 3-cUSS for Americans for our allies, and joying a visit at home. *
Rooks He Is now Cadet Com Mr. and Mrs. Andy Wall visited ,
Waterman DE 740) for the peoples being liberated by
:: There's not one dish in any cook pany Commander over 250 men. ( ) Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Wattersonwere relatives at Webster during the
Navy Yard Mare Island, Cal! United Nations' forces, we simply
\ ing repertory that can even come Chowder With Crackers shopping 1 n Jacksonville week-end.
fill the Tossed Green Salad cannot afford to let rats get any
close to
of last week.
of it. We Wlllard Wynn, S 1-c U. S.
of It Biscuits Jelly ADVANCED IN RANK must avoid wasting
place up Bishop Mason Myrick, son of food because all Mr. and Mra. J. I. Wells'of Coast Guard, of Pont e-Verda
need haveto
' can be the appe Beverage/ Harold W. Sapp, 25, son of
'. 4 tite tickler to Lemon Pie Mr. and Mrs. Z. T Myrick of Mrs. G. W. Sapp of Brooker win the war.And "Gregorie Neck" Plantation, Coo- was In town Sunday.Mr. .
Lake Geneva recently graduatedfrom sawhatchie S. C.. were week-end
i I start the meal Recipe Given was advanced to the petty officer of course there's the pea'Ronal and Mrs. I* J. Wynn were
the Aviation Radio Schoolat of Mr. and Mrs. J. W.
I :s or a light, Inspired rating of Yeoman 1st Class, from loss! to be considered. When week-end guests of friends in
U. S. Naval Air Station. Korne.
: "a-r concoction 2nd Class on Dec. 1, as a resultof rats get Into family food sup Tavares. ,
to da for lunch Scotch Broth. Jacksonville and Was promotedto examinations! which he passed plies, the family 19 the loser. MI', and Mrs. Gordan Wads-

eon, or II'team (Serves 16)) the rank of Seaman First successfully on Nov, 18. Sapp la Rats are worst in winter. lAck worth and family visited friendsat
to be the meat, Class. Entering the Navy on Holllster during the New Year Tie Arts Stop MfftfayDom'l -
ing hot sturdy soup it cup dried barley attached to'the 'Ordnance and of food outdoors drives them Into
the vegetable and the main dish fora % cup green, split peas July 19, 1943.' he received his Gunnery department of the Jack. homes and barns and corn crlba. weekend.Mr. *f 0/1 ., 10 X. .

cool nlght'i dinner while the wind /i pound lamb shank recruit training at Jacksonville sonville station -as yeoman at the There are various effective rat and Mrs. Wilson May and t

blows hard outside. 1 tablespoon salt before being transferred to the material l'equlsltlonAeAk. He Is controls available at stores and 8Dns. Billy and Spencer, were ;"

If any crisis arises as far as your 3 quarts water Naval Air Technical Training living at 208 Hugh St.: Jacksonville as many of these as are needed guests of relatives at Green Cove Buy More

own point ration allowance, then 2 leeks If onions chopped Center. He Is now a qualified ,- with his wife Mrs. Pansy should be used. Ontf very effec Springs during Christmas. War Bonds i
2 carrots, diced.small radioman and will probably see
start the fascinating pos.slblUties tar tnmdam't Salt
exploring (Thomas) Sapp. tive bait recommended by Mr. Buster Green. U. S. Navy Is I
t diced with Naval Air Unit.
of a few meaty bones cel turnip, small service a
Watson Is made by mixing one at home on leave.
leaves pungent onion, and a 1 pound cabbage, sliced
ery I IN OKLAIIOI1: part of barium carbonate with
Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Wiggins
spray of parsley, chives, marjoramor 4 tablespoons finely chopped parsley ItECEJ'E1iIlSGS Beware Coughsfrom .,
George Hall of 10 parts of some food substance and Howard Williams
'chevnl. Fat tureens of 1 carrot, crated I of Mrs. Raymond son grandson ;
cozy L. P. Gahagan son K
I Mr. and Mrs. John Hall of Starke which the rats will eat. Rats visited in Macclenny Monday.Mrs. .
soup will ward oft any hunger now Soak peas and barley overnight. Mattle Gahagan of Starke, received common colds
that It :t
eat \ outdoorsfor :
;, 'as they have always done when food In separate bowls. Place lamb /flankin I his wings and a commissionIn Is a Seaman 2nd class now, sta.tloned usually go Marion Gnann and children ,
water ana die outside. The 'I'
supplies are slender. a' large saucepan; add salt and the Air Corps on Dec. 5 at at the Naval Air Technical farmer can protect his corn crib Jimmy and Florrle returned That Hang On Ii, ,;
Training Center (an aviation
cold to Jacksonville after
There's no doubt that the tureen water to cover. Bring to a the Columbus Army Air Field I Sunday i
metal shield
boll ordnance school) Norman, Okla, by placing a or an .
will again become a part of your and simmer 1 hour. Add leeks Mlfli. After spending a short enjoying the past week with relatives. Creomulslon relieves promptly because
kitchen equpment-at: least for the carrots, turnip, cabbage, peas and leave at his old home in Savannah He has been In the- Navy about : Inverted pan over each pillar.Floridians . it goes right to the seat of the i
barley. Simmer 1 hour, Add five months and hidjaddreas) la: would further Insure trouble to help loosen and expel
make delicious pars- Bill Maxwell of
duration. You can Ga., he Is now stationed at their health, be much richerin Jacksonville germ laden phlegm and aid natureto
out of almost anythingandsoup ley and grated carrot. Stir well George R. Hall,; S.jf'-C. NATTC, with Mr. and Mrs. soothe and heal tender Inflamed
soup and !fait' Lake City, Utah. Lt. Ga- food supplies, and help the NationIn spent Saturday raw I
can make the meal if you serveit serve. hagan will pilot a B-25. Norman, Okla.SPENDS food [{. B. Watterson.W. bronchial mucous memo f j a
Its if
war they
Potatoes and program branes. Tell your druggist to sell you '
crack. onion
of unratloned
with plenty are go-togeth-
FURLOUGH HERE: would go after the rats In earn A. Saxon of the Merchant a bottle of Creomulsion with the Understanding l'1
ers. There are literally all kinds of ers In soup. Carry the harmonyeven \T MAKIT1MK: f SCHOOL est. A community Is always bet- Marine has returned to his ship you must like the way it 9 :
these to go with any soup you care, further and serve with the i i Alvin Robinson, Seaman 1-c after the quickly allays the cough or you are '.
Christmas hol-
Marvin E. Rosier and E. P. ter off after a rat control campaign enjoying
the round of to have back 1
soup toasty
to name. type was here recently your money *
cracker: Mathews, both former Starke and it will continue to be idays at home. f' 1 1I

"Here's a /fish chowder that Is rich *' men are now enrolled at the U. spending a fur. better off If it keeps after the Mr. and Mrs. Onard Parker GREOMULSIONfor ti 'i,1. 1I I
Cream of Potato
and Onion Soup. lough with Mr.
savory and thoroughly satisfying. i S. Maritime Service Training Sta- rats. 'mve returned after a few months Bronchitis i
:Serve it with common or pilot crack- j I (Serves 6)) lon, St. Petersburg Fla. Upon)I I and Mrs. M. Rho- .fi:'.X

"era to make the meal. Or, If you 4 onions den 0 f Starke. 1

prefer crackers t tasty ,type oyster-any saltines one crackers will or be, plain the a natural round soda j I I 2 4 2 tablespoons tablespoons medium-filled butter flour potatoes or margarine they completing Department hope to their where enter basic they the Stewards training will receive -,I I the been Sept.Navy stationed 9 and has on alPenaacola 5 1 You calf I buy;' better: beer at any price! 1t 1t

accompaniment: I I :3 cups scalded milk specialized training In cook- where t

a- 1 tablespoon chopped parsley tog baking, butchering etc., and he Is training to v
r Fish Chowder. I Salt and pepper all practical courses that will prepare -
become a Shore t
(Serves 8)) I Boll onions and potatoes together them for ratings an cooks, I Patrolman. Robinson ..1I I

3 pound haddock or cod until tender. Drain saving 1 cup bakers or messmen on board one received Q f

:3 potatoes, slicedmeahimslied of the water. Rub the vegetables of the new ships of our Victory, his early school- I '

3 onions chopped through a coarse strainer. Melt the Fleet. ing at Heilbronn 1I
butter or margarine add flour and -
3 slice. salt pork, diced blend until CONDUCT MEDAL Springs. -
smooth. Add milk and GOOD r
8 crackers potato-onion water and combine stationed at I
Sgt. Ovid G. Lewis 9
1 quart milk with onion and potato pulp. Season the Mississippi Ordnance Plant James Gideon.. Alvarez, son of u,Mt5' JANU4k y ,'0C 0a
I with chopped parsley, salt and pep. awarded .
pint cream Flora. Miss., was recently Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Weeks Alva- JI
J tablespoon butter or margarineSalt per. Beat with egg beater and the Good Conduct Medal for rea of Starke, recently graduated a q ? ..tQ ,'.'l: IJ

and serve at once. "having demo nstrated fidelity from the Aviation. Machinist'sMate 4 a/1a;
pepper 3
Did know that 2jJle ;
you a cheese typeof through faithful and exact performance School the U. S. Naval t+ tp rrryt fvjp /111,;;,
In cracker Is best with the tomato at h telg7AZyg3p tP'b '
Cook fish boiling water until of duty, Ifflclency ?M1 r "
done. Remove /fish from water and soups? It brings out the -/flavor of to desired Air Station Jacksonville, as an ,b '.a t51bt1 ? ,.
through capacity produce Cy' 1 r
cook potatoes and the soup better than any other kindof results and whose behavior honor student Finishing{ withan eq b til' gl+ s''J ter1p 'f1tl
onions In fish water accompaniment: average of 85.39, he was promoted I a
has been such as to deserve em
until soft. Fry Tomato Bisque. to Aviation Machinist's It,

salt pork until (Serves 6)) ulation. Mate Third Class. Entering the 'd

crisp. Skin and j 4 cups milk Navy on May o, 1943, Alvarez tl}
bone fish and add It cup stale bread crumbs ON received his recruit training at ( .

with pork scraps 24! cups canned tomatoes Tech Sgt. Chester Moody who Pensacola before being transfer. IIJr

to chowder. Soak 1 small onion has been a patient In the Percy red to the school at Jacksonville a (

split crackers In 6 cloves Jones General Hospital Battle 03 r Jtp.p 1'11I

milk. Heat milk and cream with !H teaspoon soda Creek Mich., _since Sept. 13, for Rural a x tl

crackers and add to chowder. Add t teaspoons sugar several months In spending a 43- '

butter or margarine salt and pepper 4 tablespoons butter or margarine day furlough at the home of his Commonsense . ? M 'ti'OW
parents Mr. and Mrs. Marlon ':,tlh,
Pour the scalded milk
the .
of New River. Sgt. Moody Despite our tremendous wartime yy : 't-
Moody N
Here Is another savory soup which bread crumbs and rub through/ a treatment forhypertensive need for food we are allowing I'M:
will make a perfect main dish for sieve. Stew the tomatoes with the has beelreceivIng
and be- rats to eat up or ruin
the meal: seasonings and strain. To the tomatoes thyroid thousands of food. 4.0. b tCI
pounds of good
In which the soda has been fore entering the hospital was tt
dissolved, add the reheated milk stationed as a television tech J. R. Watson, Florida Experiment .. 1'c:

mixture, and last the sugar and but- nician at Cochran. Ontario. Station entomologist and \ D
control ''specialist broughtout N
pest W 4
Lynn Says ter mixture. Serve at once.A .
this point recently In emphasizing i N \ 4 A, ,
delicious STATIONED IN TEXAS c N j
i The Score Card: Now that butter bean soup has been Jr ,? '
Pvt. Willie Hanes Griffin, son the importance of con. A V I"A d(
cook's road
has gone up in point value many a to fame It'snot ra a '
you may have to learn to use oth- difficult at all If you make it of Mr. and Mrs. W. K. Griffin of trolling these varmints. Rat con O N '"GarOZps .1, qt

} er spreads such as margarine.Be this way: Lawtey, recently arrived at the trol is not particularly difficult b ,

sure to select a margarine Black Bean Soup. Infantry Replacement T r alnlng if one goes about It In the right N 'thtv.

that gives you a definite guarantee (Serves 12)) Center Camp Welters Texas, and way, and It behooves everyone "

j of the amount of vitamin with 1 pound black beans has been assigned to a battalion especially at this time, to kill 'te

which It Is enriched To color 2 cloves stressing heavy weapons training. an many of these pests as he can. ,

the margarine let it soften until 2 sprigs thyme or 1 bajleaf The farmer or city resident ,

smooth and creamy, add vegetable 5 quarts water COMPLETES: : RADIO COURSE who kills the rats on his place ti u bwdr;

coloring and blend together. 1 onion, chopped Dempsey Sapp. Radioman 3-c, pro t e c t" his and his family's [ elitl bt9t ,qf (,. ;
fr tl
Let harden before using it you ham bone or !ii pound salt pork or completed his course In radio at health, protects his food supply, [ cr Otitt ( tt qt (

want to cut It In squares. 4 tablespoons butter or margarine Bainbridge Md.. and then was end helps his country. p ilCol sr i g6sQ q C ,It

Butter can also be stretched Dash ol salt sent to the Naval Training Station The rat. Mr. Watson explained t p4TIr

with a number of commercial or Soak beans overnight In cold water. at Noroton Heights. Conn., Is a disease carrier When a fleabites c t ith.

other stretchers. Select a stretch. Rinse and drain beans well. for an additional six weeks' train- a rat that la Infected with tf "

er that gives good consistencyand Place In kettle with rest of Ingre Ing "before going out on the the mild type of typhus (Brill's

does not change /flavor dients. Bring to a boll and let sim briny deep". disease) that Is not uncommonIn / in

If you're doing without a great mer 4 hours. Add more water from In a recent letter to the Telegraph the South and then bites a
deal of butter, here's time to time, if necessary Put :
how: Use ; Dempsey says, "I like human being. It transmits the lti"
margarines or through sieve and serve with slice
cooking or baking. Save for bacon all of lemon and sliced hard-cooked everything 'up North' but the disease to the human being. I rf
cold weather. It's plenty cold While the disease Is seldom fatal
and other tit.
drippings to use for ftlOI
here 'and I nearly freeze to death. ,
frying. Occasionally, use jams //J'ha'. "* your problems in ....tiolli" -
AT '
Jelly and honey for spreads. ,? U nit to Lynn Chamber, Joe Buck McMillan was stationed at FIRST 7Nr" tN0W
.zpert -
Sandwiches can be spread with aiuueri mcloting trll-addmtrd New London near Noroton and SIGH' OF A .'D GJw I laD

w mayonnaise If the butter supply stomped ." far your reply, .( we got together and chewed the O'" rl ..11'AGE
a is low. Ierrern ftrmpaprr Union, 110, SoulA rag about folks back home"

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SUNNYBROOK FARM ix ruin IT rai IIT. nit ii..'oun i plaintiff seeks dlvun-e, Bradford I I named court tint cause, wherein I iv <'iiici:IT Cal MT. nu\i>Ki>Hi> I
roi vri. FI.IIIII 1Ill \>- County Telegraph, I"IIII.hIlMh plaintiff necks, dlune llradfordntlllt < .)! NTt, P'l.oiIi l> t i IV < HAM.fKKY. I
I By Mrs. Anulu Crawford fK.lll.1C. this ordei' In next four weekly IK- |- >' Telegraph shall I p-Jbllnh thin : '
A Prescott Plaintiff VH 1"1111., sues, Order Iti next (our weekly IHHUVI. Arthur w. Rates, Jt rial III ifr. vu
Kathleen Norris Kiss Myrtle Dobbs of the State .Ina .VI'tlacOII, Defendant c'uiefait. Nu Witness my hnnd and official Wltiu'HH my hllll.1 and nffkhilHal Rita Date: liefnndunl! fane No.
Says :: seal at Starko, KlorlilH, I bin December 1 at Htarke. Florida, this De- 2783.
'I Farm was dinner guest of her ORDER OF PI-NUII-ATION 14th 1949.!: cumber" t th., 1943. ORDER OF PUBLICATION
sister-in-law and AND NOTICE TO Al'l'lCAH (OFFICIAL !!SKA I.) A. J. Thomas AND NOTICE TO
brother Mr. and 8TATK OF. KLOItlDA toIlllll: (OFFICIAL SEAL' ) A..J. Thomas' An Clerk of Mild Court.Hubert APPUAK
Mrs. Alton Dobbs and family Sun- Joe Prescott M hose residence l la As Clerk of said ('ourt.T. STATE OF FLORIDA to Rita
Do Married\ Men\ Live Longer? I Unknown. Frank lantliuiii, tftarke. Florida. H. Duncan 511 Lynch Dldg.JarkeeOville Rates whose reiiidenre: Is 6127 2ndN.
Florida' Ally for I'lf.
You Ally for 1'lf. 12-17 4t 1-7
are required to appear on .
day.Mr. 12-24 4t 1-14 W, Washington D. C. '
I and Mr( C. C. and January 17th 1944 In the above :
Bell S.1'ndlc.WNU Feature. Crosby named. !' Court and cause. wherein IV C'IH"IIT fill "'1', Illl %I,.KOIII You are! required to appear on
I sons, Bute and Bobby, and Mrs. plaintiff seeks!' divorce llrndfnrd 1'1)1'J'1. Kl.Ulllltil IN IIN' IN MKMOIIItM January 24th., 1944 In the ahouo,
Arstila Crawford and Shir- County Telegraph shall publish thin CKHV.William: MAUV L.I4K:; i named Court and cause, wherein I
baby Order In next four weekly!' issues.. Franklin Smith, Plaintiff In 1 loving memory of our mother, plaintiff seeks divorce Kradford
ley Ann were visiting Mr. and Witness my hand and official v... IIIIIe Mae Smith Defendant Mary Lee, who departed Ills life County Telegraph shall nuhllHh. thus
Mrs. C. C. Crawford and family Heal at starke, .Florida thin December Can. No. 2820.OltDis'It one' year OI today: Dec 22, 1942.Althoimh Order In next four weekly!' Issues.Witness .
14th. 1949. OK PrnMCATlOXAND : we I loved her dearly Oodloved my hand any official
of Lake Butler, Sunday. OFFICIAL SKA" I.) A. J. Thomas NOTICK TO APPEARHTATIO her bent and no called her neal at Htarke. Florida, this December -
Mr.: and Mrs. Ellis Ae Clerk of said Court.T. OF l FljOltlDA In: l.lllle to her Heavenly home. 22nd., 1943.
Howard of Frank I.niutruin !ISIarke. Florida Mae Hmitli, 114 Went S7th Street, (Sljcned) Her children: Alice (OFFICIAL !SEAL! A. J. Thomas
Brycevllle were week-end guestsof Alt for Pit. 12-17 4t 1-7 Norfolk t'Irglnia. RlHbv.. Charley Lee Mary Oonwiiy, Ae Clerk of laid Court.
Mrs. Howard's lIs ter You are required to appear on Jeffle Lea Katie Lne Dell T. Frank I.andrum, atarke. Florida
and January 24th., 11144. In the. above I 12-24 Stp Atty. for Pit. 4t 1.14
brother-in-law Mr.\ and Mrs H. COI HTI'OH

1 :,'Ji B. Kelly and family. n,on ii>\HH.tUfOIIU. tOl.VI'V..
Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Halslop Notice l. hereby given that I Best PurLARD Klnoan'
and son Fred and Lucille Ward have filed my Final Xccotintlnic' a. TasM-Creom
ry Administratrix! of the Estate of i LARD
I were attending: to business In Henry John Kolllnir and will 18ci GIANT HOLESAL
.. .. 1S Jacksonville 1 III>> ctn
Monday. the 15th day of January 1944 make FOOD PRICES
application to the County Judge of 2-lbs43c
NOT'VIQ Hradford County Hon. rK., Ferryman. 2lbetn 3Sc IN RETAIL
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN' : .. for Final. Discharge aa mini ) CENTERS STORESQuantity _

filed Thill In,iloicert'"r return' anndlacc have. AdmlnlNtratrlxHuth D. KolllnirAII Grad A low, Y O N l W.nt.rn BackboneRIBLETS Pork
Admlnlntrati' of Estate. of
aa AcJmlnlatratrht Ship. Lara
I.f" of
2 Henry John Kolllnw the decenneil astute Henry John Kolllnir, UfcruH.. EGGS Rights Re .nr.d
12.' 4t 1-'
?Sarv'lai0/1 the let day of Feb-'
Uif yt.I5A. make application to Doz 49c Prices Good Through Saturday January 8 ib 7c
rV"13- > Ferryman. County Judge iv ('iHCt'/T eon IIT. on411F)11111'OI'sTI
-inJ5rai1for1<1 County Florida. for PI.OHIII l\ (111%.

fratrix. "" said Adminls- Emma: fKIIV.Todd AdkliiM.. Plaintiff vi..ladle Texas Shipped Dreas.d, Any Size Sugar Cured Skinned Whole or Shank Halt

& Ruth ,D. Kolllnff. AdmlnUtratrlx W. AilHIiiM, Defendant due
Al W1 / t \ ,t _ 12-S1 4t l-Sl No. OH11ER 2814. OK rtTBMCATIONAND Turkeys ib 53e I Horns ib 34c slices, ib 49c
AA: :
1 11 you, claims' against otheeestatefile W.nail.Adkltm South whose Caruliim.You residence. la 1'1'1- Carload Bacon Sale WHITINGib

10'' at Crews deceaeed are required to appear on
b claim having Maid January 17th. 1944, In the abovenamed Ib
1.r 1. J duly sworn to and filed with. 43C 17c
JnK eight'. months from the firm Court and cause, wh..r.lnph.lntlt _
seeks divorce Hradford
10:. K. 1crrymnneCounty, with Jude Hon. County Telegraph shall pulillnh 1 thisOrder I nu.t;;; oi tae. Fid. FrotenMULLET
4 Hradford County of In next four weekly iMtmea.WllnepM .
> at Hturke, FlorIda SOLEib
or your claim will be !' my hand and official
by statute of limitations. barred neal I at Rtarke "Florida this December CO.
W. O. Crews! Administrator 14th 1943. 55c ib 15c
804 Jackson St. (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas
Tampa Fla -
18-31 4t 1-21 An Clerk of sold Court.
T. Frank T.nndrum Starke. Florida Fancy Wh. Fish '

'IIOT'.l Alty. for Pit. ._, 12." 4t 17nnrriT ROE ;:: ,.:l ACORN: FilLETs
TO WHOM IT MAY --- ..4
You arc .... : iv ('OI'IIT, nilnpon Ib 49C ib35c
your claim inet theeestatefile! (01 MTY, KI.OIIIIIAl I-K C'" 1\- _
W. T. afc1)ver. dereanpd, duly (''':''Y. "'\ Brand Rindless
sworn. to, with Hon. E. K. Ferry Chase Avery Newberry Plaintiff Da Speck I l. Fancy Wh. Salt I
man. County Judge o f Bradford v... Adeline Chonir Newberry, l>e- TROUT End MULLETIb
t.1! Note Paul was going away. His unmarried uncle happened to be there when I eighttymonthsafromFdatea!' ( fendunt. Cane No. 2813. Cuts

.i. If It; the frt* and happy bachelor law the mother' white uniting lace. publication{ of his notice! or your first. ORDER AND NOTICE OK 1THL.ICATIOV TO AI'l'KAK: Ib 29C 19C I

claim will be barred!' by'.tatute ot STATE OF FLORIDA to: AdelineChonir
By KATHLEEN NORRIS limitations. Nuwberry whose. residence In Headless Ocean Ib 19c 1
" Buck
COMPARED T J. Wynn Executor 1657 C. Alnneo I'lace. Honolulu
' I *HAT married men live WITH HUSBANDS AND Ifampton Florida. Hawaiian Inland. SHRIMPib27c SHAD
I' 13-31 4t 121. You are required to appear on
I longer than bachelors do FATHERS January 17th, 1944. In the above Grade B Rindleti Sll Grade A In Th. P'Ka-Canad' ib 19c I

: is the statement of Dr. IOY Clnt't'rr (C01'nT named Court and cause, whpr..lnMANY
Since the dawn of civilization II'D'olin Bacon 35c 39c Bacon I
York "OI"T'. FOI"'I Iv ('lieKR. \. n-.h; ; >Ib ; >Ib ib 55c -;
of the New
S c4'j V. Deporte the natural tendency of Raih'i' HeadCHEESE
Incidentally Florence Fennr! Maolnncd, Plaintiff MACKEREL Rind-on Piece Strip' G., Smoked We.lern Streak O' Lean Whit.
if state health department. with
: most men is to find wife VV John N. Maclnneii, Defendant.
's : this statement is whom they can build a happy OHDKTl. .OK. No.HI'DLICATTONAND 2834. Ib 23c Bacon "> 32c 29c Bacon ib 22c ib 21c

" causing considerable discus- home. In fact the basis of NOTirm! TO APPKAU 1

'sion and arousing wide Inter civilization is the family unit. MaelnneB STATE OP whose FmniUA add mo to:|I.John. % N.U. 1 1 Boneless Pot Roast. lb. 330 Pig Sid., Shouldn. _,lb. 250 I

est. One blithe commentatorupon The life of a bachelor is attractive H. H. Han Janrllo, (('VI. No. 30) 9i Lov."', T.nderay Blade Chuck Roost .lb. 270 Whol. Hams ._- .1b. 290

to some men who pointout lw Po..t. Office New York City, Sirloin Steaks . lb. 39c Frea" -. .Ib. 29c
is friend of mine York I
a 0 k Frsh Chops Ib. 310
that they are never faced You are required to appear on Bee I Fresh Hamburger lb. 2Sc
Frank Crownfnshield, mem- January 31nt.. 1944, In the above Sliced Liver ___.._______ .Ib. 2Ic10in
with a curb on their freedom, named I Court and cause, wherein, Standing; Roast. lb. 30c
ber of of America's proudest
one plaintiff seeks divorce and
troubles anxious other
housekeeping Shoulders lb. 246
old families club man relief nradforil County Telegraph Sirloin St.aklb. 33c
vigils at hospitals, and all the shall publish. thlll Order In next Roast-Ib: Rib Chops .Ib. 39c
V I Bind. Chuck 27a
editor lec- four e a ,, Lamb
'socialite writer, weekly!' Issues.
trials and
of educating/ raising hand official kib Chops __ lb. 310 Stew Breast __lb. 19c

|turer, bridge authority. Mr. children. But who does the sealVatStark... Florida this DecemDwi tlJ St.. Breast _____... lb. 19" Sliced Liver .__lb. 29c

Crowninshield observes thatit average bachelor live for? ( 28th.* .19H.OFJo'Ie'IAI. BEAD, A. J. Thomas tf,

isn't a longer life that is desirable Himself. He doesn't usually Aa Clerk et said Court. Billow Flaked Vine-Ripend' Champ. Mix.dDILLS
T. Frank Unndrum Htarke, Florida.
: but a more enjoyablelife expand into a thoughtful Unselfish Atty. for Pit, 12.31 4t 1-21 FISH Tomatoes NO. 2 9Y2C

; he asserts that the aver kindly individual. For IOY (.ItI"I'IT roi it T. nliAPFOIiD iS .. 33c 32-01 19c
bachelor would rather hit life is not the kind that 'OIINTY. FOIIItlli |> tlll'VFlorence Bulk Water, Ground While
4 Fit 1'
drink hemlock outright than brings out these qualities. But Tlenbold, Plaintiff, vii r

subscribe to Dr. Deporte'spreccription of course, there is always the NoOI2g33A' H.nbold. Defendant CHUB Milton' :;Ju... Corn Meal 5 Pounds 19c Hone/r Brand r j

exception. OIUJIoH OF rrm.jr'ATTov: AND
: for longevity; NOTICE! TO APPEAR PEAS In Glass, Van Cemp'i LOAF '
home life regularity, abstention STATK op FLORIDA to: George ,
hard to take care of him when he A. Henbolcl. whose residence l I. 21S
" from alcoh'ol' wifely was small. They had four rooms Jersey Sewell. Ave., Anbury Park, New no. 2 10c Pork & Beans i7-oz JOe 12-as 37c

supervision care of his then; when little sister came it You are required!' to appear on .
six then modest sub- January Slot.. 1944 In the above .
health.He was rooms a named Court and cause, wherein Bollard's Obelisk Land O' Sunahina Peanut
also suggests that married urban home with trees; then a big- plaintiff geek divorce and nuppnrt.

...wnen would be the first to objectto ger home. Of late years things have publish Bradford. this County Order Telegraph In shall rlour 5 Pound Ctn 32c Butter 24-oz Jar 29C.
next" four
the elimination of bachelors; in been easier for them all; mother. weekly (untie*. -

the social order they are of Immense father, Gran, two sons two daugh- weal Wltnennmy. . hand and official York Imp rlnl U. S. !I'MalneApples
at ,
value at dances dinners house parties ters. Just a typical American 2Nth.. 1943.Florida thin December 2 Ibs 23: c Juicy Polaloes',3JcN. '

giving hope to the unmarried home but perhaps an unusually hap (OFFICIAL SEA) A.:1.: Thomas
An Clerk ot i alrl Court. C. GreenCabbage Oranges Ib Celil., Lettuce or
tales of husbands' py
listening to wifely ,
one.Sees T. Frank Iandrum. Htarke, Florida '
frailties Sailor Leave Home Atty. for I>lt. 12-31 ft 1-21 Ib 5c Celery stalk lOc

:9{$erlously any statistics compare Now Paul.\was going away. His iv rmrriT, rot-RT-- O"'PPoRn :Calif.Carrots. JuiCY. 5 Canadian

, king the wed to the unwed state seem 1 unmarried uncle happened to be 'H''IITY. FOIIDIv cii.\\ GrapefruitSweel Ib C
t''k'to me rather foolish. A bachelor I there when he left. The free and ( .:11 ". 2 bchi I9c .RutabagasIb4cIdaho
bachelor the mother's Earl W. Bradford Plaintiff v".
happy saw
be an abstemious sport-loving, Norma C. llradford. D. endant. BakingPotatoes
i Wealthy type of man white smiling face; heard the notesIn Cane No. 230.OllDKIt Ib S zw Parlay
1 %
Imay. health is perfect and whose the father's voice. lie witnessedthe NOTICE OF PUBLICATION AND l 1 III c I Oleo Ib 24c

of a long life are good. A heroic efforts of both sisters to STAT OF FIXDRIDA TO APPEAR to Norma Jamaican 1 Tangerines ib 7'/Yc 'All Southern Reedy.Mixed
may be a badly fed. hare pretend that this was all merely exciting C. nradford whose residence I* Coconuts ea 23c:
burdened creature who early and normal; he saw the ten- Ocennvlew Delaware Oleo Ib 29c
You are required to
appear on long lilend Polished SluartPecans Almonds Mixed
himself out with work and year-old brother shyly hovering January 31kt, 1944 In the above or All Sweat
Dr. Deporte is quoted as about Paul; Paul in his blue uni- named Court and cause, wherein Cauliflower Ib 43c Nuts Ib 39c Oleo Ib 23cSauer's
plaintiff eekn
IWliar., that his figures are taken form. He'd been out to( the south ('tmnty Telegraph divorce.shall. publish Hradford this .

the death rates from accidents seas' once as the decoration over Order In next four weekly lnNuen.. Sunland SpicedOlives

;ii;;.;alcoholism, homicide pneumonia. his young heart testified; he was seal yvitney at Rrarke.* my hand Florida and this official l>.. 11'0 49c
?;''!'tuberculosis and the so-called social going out again. Was he going to remher 28th.. 1843. of us lack adequate V NIJ.I.lI. I

!1'diseases.. come home safe again? (OFFICIAL SEAL) A.:1.: Thomas, I .
An Clerk of said Court. vivacity, Deviled HamNo.
;.)!Married Men Drink Heavily. Of course he was they all said William I>. Morgan JackBonvllle, due to( vitamin deficiencies. To
'But' many a husband drinks too.ITi gallantly. His room was to be left Fla. Atty. for Plf. 12-U 4t t-Il

fact I would venture to claim that untouched; his gun and fishing rod isr ('1111'.." ("rofiiT nn\i>FoiuirOI"STY. help you and your family Fedfit \ No. 2 12c i/4's 15c t. i o

. la many salary-groups of men and and camera. all the souvenirs of his '. FOIIIUtl ltilt?.. a* a Mjjor," supplement the
( It Y.
;(> women especially those lowest In- happy boyhood would wait for him T.yal'A.. Smith, Plaintiff vi. Mary daily diet with Major-B Com SWEETUEART SOAP Personal Size;
' man who drinks most heavily. would walt too. His sisters with 2K27. plex Vitamin Tablets. They are Srn 9'/2C Lge 23C
t.Ia such groups there are few last embraces promised to write; little NOTICE TO APPEAR of guaranteed potency and contain cakesivory Soap

:; ;aehelors, and many children. But brother disappeared with the STATE PK FLORIDA to Mary all the B-Complex Vitamins fir''w. 1 3
Tan. Hmllh whose. ..ldence '
re !la
" tuberculosis, alcoholism and pneu- dog they fled up to the attic without W. A. Bennett lirocton, Illlnoln. necessary"''to help develop vigor 2 for 9C GIANT
" "moola by no means spare these any good-bys. Dad would take Paul You are required to appear on

l''trouP' These evils flourish among to the station: Mom had her last named January Court Slut.. and 1944.came. In the, wherein above and energy. /Jf n BARS

I the crowded homes of the poor. As kiss. plaintiff aeeki divorce. Bradford TODAY..START THE FAMILY TAKING
' : lor accidents they spare no type It was the darkest hour of thatfamily's ('ounty' Telegraph h a 11 I publish 3 for
thin Order In next four U- TOILET
'j nor class. The reeling drunkard life. And yet. when Paul'suncle sues. weekly J ,

' 'slips/ unharmed between crashing so free so untrammeled by Witness, my 'hand an* official LUX lidxtutinmsMi>i I4<
and trucks the bewildered ties walked from the seal at StarkeFlorida, thl. December SOAPl9C o
i/tears! ; weary family away 27th 1943.! majorBWow
I' little factory worker going house with me, he seemed to have (OFFICIAL HEAL) A. J. Thomas large Z3cOWICKSUM

l Quietly home Is struck down. little to say. And when he did speakIt Aa Clerk of Mid Court.T. .
. Frank Landrum.. atark. Florida
' .> And yet. when all this is admitted was of Paul's father his brother Atfr. for Pit 12-11 4t 1.21 3 for 20c --

there do remain many good reasons and what he said might surprisesome

I why: married men should have a betI > of the younger bachelors of C

.tc7 Chance at long life than their today, who feel pretty sure that they Watch I YbuiKKfdncys IDEAL Iv:11.1ju1v-1: : : ;

bachelor brethren. Thousands of never want to marry. 3 cakes 20C

I''jtMMM( may be bad, but millions are "Dick and Mary and the kids- / NEw

good. Millions of married men go God knows how I envy them" he V-Type Dry Dog Food

I to a wifely welcome a hot said. "They Have everything. Even Help Them Cleanse the Blood Lgo 23c LIL'w"'

. lr ooked dinner, the love of chil- today. Even today." of Harmful Body Waste ..... 5..N I IMC00t s

.:Idre%. the lIorrr. !. vital interests of Bachelors Enjoy Luxuries. Your kldnen ere eonatantly: alteringvaate 71 Taslwt ' 8-oz 9C WATKV OAAg/lATll SAek /

,114 V.huJband.' aud father. Love is Bachelors, with rare exceptions IlId"., lag blood In their d.. 29#: New "Velvet Suds"'j' Sm 9'/2c'
in*,very essence of life, and many grow in not out. They profess loud- net act ae Nature lntenddfall to remove PVC M.5',wnh '
'a" |&nan otherwise Is rich In ly that they enjoy their freedom Impurltlee that. II retained may 100 bubo '
( poor ; the ayaten and upset the whoia EASY TO MAKE Lge 23c
JjpXf beside him as he goes throub"i' they fit themselves up delightful body machinery.Bymptoma. .89 !Jr7b. IVORY SOAP
be natelnc' 'backache, CREAMWITH
IzMjis a woman whose deepest con- apartments they can afford the peralatea headevbe may ,attar ka of dissmw, .realty II..
em is for his health his safety luxury; they have ten invitations getting up alfhu, willing, pufBnewlunder 700 Tablw ( LIGHT CREAM I
, he is not lone Indi- to the married man's one. No( housekeeping the .1'..-a feeMn( .t nervouenniiety
hisjeomfort a .... -171 IN AUTOMATIC '
nn4 1 lose of
. pep and "' ..b. 7f 3 Large 29c Dor,. Forget buy B Complen Vilemmt
;.vIA.a1. He is incorporated into thererr troubles for them; hotels Other eif na of kidney or' bladder die- REFRIGERATORS .
ili.. fabric of living: his mate his and club take care of all that. No order are sometime<1 burataf. scanty or
too frequent urlnatioa.<< MAJORB4s
r;' ,son,'>II..Is daughter his home and anxious vigils at the lying-in hospital There should. be na doubt thai prompttreatment _ ... _

1 garden work and friends are all sonuuqr no wakeful nights when Junior X/oea'c ,.",la... Doan't wiser. than have been"..lect.winning fee; On Sale AtLovett's j'W "'I.VIT.SUD t ) M wMOM-Safe*100 telMS

threads to keep him young has a croupy cough; no hurrying new frlenda. for more than forty year .

,and Interested busy and satisfied.A borne because dinner Is early when Are They raeoranended have DacUm-wlde by f rateful reputation.people the : IVORY SOAP .; 89
\\1 \few months ago one boy. homeIJesve Grandma Is there; no discussion of country ever. A.* four nttDOANS tMrt

:? went oft to rejoin the schools. The bachelor uncle sees Package of 12 Hc Feel Fit As

forces He was the flrstbi the children only when they are wet PILLS < Medium 6c I A MajorI""m.v.
parents bad bad to work and clean and good. rennet tablets



OUR SERVICE MEN I Spirit of Paul Bunyan Spurs Victory Pulpwood veL" j

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nlna. i reiiuenteil ,w write to the ' .. .
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j jL .\ :MECIIVSICrpl. I FIVE: BKOTIIEUSMr ,., '> '>(,t,: .
: H. LayflelJ and Mis. O A. Thrower, '!ff"J 'f
and Mrs Chas. .
lid E Hi'll S elt who reared their .1 " ,
vdr mhs. family on a > '
? . Q : :,j and son, Dan'ell, of Moody Field farm north of Starke, have five -wva ,
.. A' friends
ti with
the holidays
spent sons in Uncle Sam's service in mMJi .

_.. '.. ._-". and relatives at Brooker. Cpl. foreign lands and waters. Mr.

Layfleld Is an aircraft mechanicand and Mrs Thrower now live at

1n has received a good conduct I 3011 Louise St., Jack sonvllle,
l medal and a mechanic's medal.
The names of the five sons
He likes his work fine, and his
follow: Lt.-Col. Earl Clyde Thrower -
::1 address IH: Cpl. Chas. H. Layfleld
:1I i Is In Persia; Lt.-Col, Maxwell:'

I 461st T E. F. T. S., Moody Field, O. Thrower Is In New Guinea; S- ,.

Ga. S. Eugene Dryden Thrower is In

Italy; Pvt. John Knox:' ThrowerIs .

Paul J, Hunt, son of Mrs. T A. 1st Sgt, Morris Thrower Is In

Hunt of Starke, In at Texan A. !, the Pacific. The first four of

L College. taking an engineer- these brothers were In World
: 'e a rust 1&f. in War I.
co u r s e I
. ,
the ASTP i Army .

r a i nlng Program The following men have recent- r i f

+ y4ir ), There ly changed addresses and the

were 100 out ol new address is the one given below
-, :J i s.< ,, 250 who finished I : WITH PAUL BUNYAN (LeD Co ller) directing them Ihene International Falls Minn., buiitnes leader learn
line of the picaroon during the Koorhichina; County Pulpwood Drive. Left to right are Harold Morse, Pat
the first three, II Lt Milo Sponholtz-O, 734298 (Coife Ken Speelman Mayor Krogtenn and Charlie Ketola. These cut log will provide the pnlpwood o.e,l I..he I.
m o nths' course H. B. C.AABDalhart n making container In which, ammunition food and medical supplies are parked. and shipped to our armed

I,. t ryr MYI and Hunt was I Texas. .rces oversea One cord of pulpwood cat today PlaT save a soldier' life tomorrow Cut an extra: cord NOW I

among the for I

tunute ones. H e ;t I Sgt. Jolm S. Shufoid-34241620 to humans, It Is very debilitatingand Hampton Happenings Flint Mich.

Crackers and Chowder Harmonize! was recentlygranted 25th/ Air Depot Gp. the victims usually'requIre liy liarbara. Home Mrs. :Mae Sweeney returned

tt I (See Recipes Below) I a 28-day furlough and I Hq. &: Hq. Sq. several weeks of treatment to from Philadelphia Pa., Saturday.

came back to Gainesville Kelly Field, Texas. recover James Pickren S 1-c U. S I Miss Luclle Green visited

Soup Satisfies! where he married Miss Fla"j'- With the great need lor food Navy of Beufort, S. C., Is en- friends in Jacksonville last week.
Lynn Chambers' PointSavingMenu W. D. Parker, RM 3-c for Americans, for our allies, and joying a visit at home. I '
Rooks. He is now Cadet Company Mr. and Mrs. Andy Wall visited
USS Waterman (DE 740)) for the peoples being liberated by
There's not one dish in any cooking Commander over 250 men. Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Wattersonwere relatives at Webster during the
t repertory that can even come Fish Chowder With Crackers Navy Yard Mare Island, Cat.DVNCEU United Nations' forces we simply shopping 1 n Jacksonville week-end.
f fill the Tossed Green Salad cannot afford to let rats get any
close to
COMPLETES: : RADIO SCHOOL, Wednesday of last week.
of It Biscuits Jelly ,\. IN RANK of It. We must avoid wasting Willard Wynn S 1-c U S.
place soup Bishop Mason Myrlck son of food because all haveto Mr. and Mrs. J. I. Wells of Coast Guard, of Pont eVerdawas
i 1 Beverage we we
can be the appetite Harold W. Sapp, 25: son of
41 tickler to Lemon Pie Mr, and Mrs. Z. T. Myrick of Mrs. G. W. Sapp of Biooker win the war. "Gregorie Neck" Plantation, Coo- In town Sunday.Mr. .
Lake Geneva, recently graduated uawhatchie, S. C., were week-end
start the meal, And of and Mrs. L J. Wynn were
j Recipe Given was advanced to the petty officer course theie'a the per
from! the Aviation Radio Schoolat guests of 'Mr. and Mrs. J. W.
i1 1 or a light, In rating of Yeoman lilt Class, :from sonal loss to be considered. When week-end guests of friends In
the.U. S. Naval Air Station, Koine.Mr.
spired concoctionto 2nd Class on Dec. 1, as a resultof rats get Into family food sup I Tavares.'I I'I
do for lunch. Scotch Bret. ackaonvllle, and Was promoted and Mrs. Gordan Wads-
I I examinations which he passed plies, the family Is the loser.
eon, or a 'steaming (Serves 16)) to the rank of Seaman First worth and family visited friends
: Rats wont In winter. Lack
I IJuly successfully on Nov. 18. Sapp Is are st'' .
hot, sturdy soup to be the meat, ?4 cup dried barley Class. Entel'lnghe Navy on attached to the Ordnance and of food outdoors drives them into at Holllster during the New Year He Axis tttp ....,..-
dish for 19, 1943 he received his Dof't at r 10%. r1
the vegetable and the main 94 cup green, split peas I Gunnery department ''of the Jacksonville homes and barns and coin cribs. week-end. stop

a cool night's dinner while the wind !j pound lamb shank recruit tialnlftg at Jacksonville station as yeoman at the There are various effective rat Mr. and Mrs. Wilson May and

blows hard outside. 1 tablespoon salt before being transferred to the sons Billy and Spencer, were More l
material requlsltion< It any crisis arises as far as your 3 quarts water Naval Air Technical Tialndng living at 208 Hugh St., Jacksonville as many of these as are needed guests of relatives at Green Cove ,, Buy ,

own point ration allowance, then 2 leeks tr onions, chopped Center.. He Is now a qualified ,' with his wife Mrs. Pansy should be used. One very effective Springs during Christmas far War Bonds
2 carrots diced.small radioman and will probably see sat
start exploring the fascinating possibilities (Thomas) Sapp.IN bait recommended by Mr. Buster Green, U. S. Navy, is fr..dam't ,
bones cel I turnip diced email service with a Naval Air Unit.
of a few meaty ,
Watson Is made by mixing one at home on leave.Mr. .
ery leaves, pungent onion, and a 1 pound cabbage, silted OKLAHOMA: ."*' part of barium carbonate with and Mrs. H. B.
4 tablespoons finely chopped parsley IECEIVK9INGS= Wigginsand
marjoramor Beware
spray of parsley chives
'chevrll. Fat, cozy tureens of I, 1 carrot, grated L. P. Gahagan, son of Mrs. George Raymond Hall, son of 10 parts of some food substance grandson, Howard Williams, Coughsfrom I;
which the rats will eat. Rats
I M.., and Mrs. John Hall of StarkeIs visited In Macclenny Monday.Mrs. .
will ward oft hunger now Soak and
soup any peas barky overnight, Mattie Gahagan of Starke received that eat It usually outdoors common colds
'.s they have always done when food in separate bowls. Place lamb !flank his wings and a commission a Seaman 2nd class now, sta- go Marion Gnann and children

supplies are slender. i din I a large saucepan; add salt and I In the Air Corps on Dec. 5 at tioned at the Naval Air Technical for farmer water can and protect die outside.his corn crib The Jimmy and Florrle, returned That Hang OnCr'eomulsion :

There's no doubt that the tureen cold water to cover. Bring to a the Columbus Army Air Field Training Center (an aviation by placing a metal shield or an to Jacksonville Sunday afterenjoying ,
will again become a part of your boil and simmer 1 hour Add leeks, Mist. After upending a short ordnance school) Norman Okla. the past week with rel- relieves promptly because
: least for the carrots turnip cabbage, peas and He has been In the-'Navy about inverted pan over each pillar. atlveo. it goes right to the seat of the
kitchen equipment In Savan-
hla old home
leave at
barley. Simmer 1 hour. Add parsley five months and bird address is: Floridians would further insure trouble to help loosen and expel '
duration. You can make delicious nah, Ga., he In now stationed at Bill Maxwell of Jacksonville laden phlegm and aid natureto \
their health, be much ilcherin germ r
and grated carrot. Stir well R. Hall S'-c./ NATTC
out of almost anything-and George ? << with inflamed
Mr. and heal
soup and "alt Lake City Utah, Lt. Ga- food supplies, and help the NationIn spent Saturday and Mrs. soothe raw, tender. -
soup can make the meal if you serveit serve. will B-25. Norman Okla. 1C. B. Watterson. bronchial mucous mem
with plenty of unratloned crackers. : Potatoes and onion ere go-togeth- hagan pilot a Its war food program if they branes. Tell your druggist to sell youa
would after the rats in eam-, W. A. Saxon of the Merchant bottle of Crcomulslon with the understanding ,
There all kinds of era In Carry the harmonyeven
are literally soup. \T M.IR1TIMK: : SCHOOL; est. A community Is always bet- Marine has returned to his ship you must like the way it ,
these to go with any soup you cared further and serve with the Alvin Robinson Seaman 1-c. after quickly allays the cough or you are r
E. Rosier and E. P. ter off after rat control enjoying Christmas holidays
Marvin a campaign -
the back
soup round toasty of to have
to name. I IlIere's | type was here recent. your money
both former Starke It will continue to be at home.
cracker: Mathews, !:: and r
a fish chowder that Is rich, men, are now enrolled at the U. ly spending a furlough better off if it keeps after the Mr. and Mrs. Onard Parker CREOMULSIONFor
Cream of Potato Onion
savory nnd thoroughly satisfying. and Soup. S. Maritime Service Training Station with Mr. rats. 'lava returned lifter a few months Coughs Chest Colds Bronchitis I
:Serve it with common or pilot crackers !I (Serves 6) I and Mrs. M. Rho-
St. Petersburg, Fla. Upon
I to make the meal. Or, if you 4 onions d e'not Staike., a

"tasty prefer crackers type oyster-any saltines one crackers will or be, plain the a natural round soda I I 4 2 2 tablespoons tablespoons mcdlum-iiltcd butter flour potatoes or margarine completing they Department hope to their where enter basic they the Stewards training will receive the been Sept.Navy stationed 9 and has on at 4i You can't buy beer beer at any price!

I 3 scalded specialized training in cookIng -
I I I 1 tablespoon chopped parsley baking, butchering, etc., and ,
he Is
,I' 'Fish Chowder. 'I I Ball and pepper all practical courses that will prepare training to
become a Shore
(Serves 8)) I Boll onions and potatoes together them for ratings as cooks, Patrolman. Rob-

3 pound haddock or cod until tender. Drain, laving 1 cup bakers> or messmen on board one inson received I
of the of the new ships of our Victory I
I potatoes slicedmcAtumslied water Rub the vegetables his early school, ,
through a coarse strainer. Melt the Fleet. 1
I : onions chopped Ing at Heilbronn
butter or margarine idd flour and
I slices salt diced Springs. /
blend until smooth. .Add milk and GOOD CONDUCT: MEDAL

8 crackers potato-onion water and, combine Sgt. Ovid G. Lewis, stationed at HONOR= STUDENTJames .: l. .

I quart milk with onion and potato pulp. Season the Mississippi Ordnance Plant, Gideon"Alvares, son of .* JAN0,11ty r
I with chopped parsley, salt and pep awarded -
pint creamtablespoon Flora Miss., was recently 1,1q
Mr. and Mrs.' Oscar Weeks Alva-
per. Beat with egg beater and Medal for
the Good Conduct
I butler, margarine rez of Starke, recently graduated

Salt lied; pepper serve Did at once.know that cheese "having demo nstrated fidelity from the Aviation, Machinist'sMate It jl llt4t la / 1 lJy t,
you a typeof ) :
through faithful and f' 11 I E'
Cook fish In boiling water until cracker U best with the tomato for'mance of duty efficiency School at the U. S. Naval b t 19 7s 19 e172?zezrq 1a ( 6S 1

done. Remove itch from water and soups? It brings out the flavor of through capacity to produce desired -, Air Station Jacksonville as an I. 1

cook potatoes and the soup better than any other kind results and whose behaviorhas honor student. Finishing with Cary"b

onions in Itch water of accompaniment: : an average of 85.39, he was pro ail
been such as to deserve emulation bye Jr'ori
untll'soft. Fry Tomato Bisque; moted to Aviation Machinist'sMate rr'aO1 1 ,

salt pork until ,'. (Serves 8)) Third Class. Entering the ry r sjD l (

crisp. Skin and 4 cups milk ON LENGTHY FVRLOl'GIITech. Navy on May D, 1943 Alvarez jc
I bone fish and add H cup stale bread crumbs received his recruit training at
Sgt. Chester Moody, who n
with pork scraps. 24! cups canned tonutoc Pensacola before being transferred + .ug'
has been In the Percy i L
a I
tc chowder. Soak 1 small onion to the school at Jacksonville. r ? I
split crackers In 8 cloves Jones General Hospital Battle V h h'e 'jr :s -

milk. Heat milk and' cream with !i teaspoon soda Creek Mich., since Sept 13, for Rural er '
several months Is spending a 45- .CFA ,s
crackers and add to chowder. Add 2 teaspoons sugar .

butter or margarine salt and pep 4 tablespoon butter tr margarine day furlough at the home of his Commonsense . ,{',
Mr. and Mrs Marlon .
Pour the scalded milk o
over the
Despite our tremendous wartime
Moody of New River SlCt. Moodyhas
Is another savory soup which bread crumbs and rub through a
need for allowing )
treatment for food we are
will make a perfect main dish for sieve. Stew the tomatoes with the receiving tiWFR zv1
rata to eat up or ruin
and be-
meal) and hyper-tensive thyroid,
the : seasonings strain. To the tomatoes
thousands of pounds of good food.J. .
fore entering the hospital was
in which the soda has been :
R. Watson, Florida Experi- ao
dissolved add the reheated milk stationed as a television technician ar N
at Cochran Ontario. ment Station entomologist' and
mixture and last the sugar and butter
Lynn: Saysi mixture. Serve at once. pest control specialist broughtout v
this point recently in emphasizing i r' t' w' b
The Score Card: Now that but A delicious bean soup has been STATIONED IN TEXAS sat N pa cjs L

k tee baa gone up In point value, many a cook's road to fame. It's Pvt. Willie Hanes Grlffla. son the Importance of controlling

you may have to learn to use other not difficult at all II :you make it of Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Griffis of these varmint Rat control -

spreads such as margarine. this way: Lawtey recently arrived at the Is not particularly difficult 1ra

1 Be sure to select a margarine Black Bean Soap Infinlry Replacement Training I if one goes about It l In the right

that gives :you a definite guarantee (Serve II) Center, Camp Wolters Texas, and way, and it behoove everyone

i of the amount of vitamin with 1 pound black bean has been assigned to a battalion especially at this time. to kill

r which It Is enriched. To color I cloves stressing heavy weapons training. as many of these pests aa he can. QOfer 4

the margarine, let it soften until I sprig thyme or I bajleaf The farmer or city resident d

smooth and creamy add vegeta- 3 quart water COMPLETES: K\1)IO COURSE: who kills the rats OB his place ez al ,4 ti ew tRrfrli \
s oft t 9rsr ygttt a ,t
r ale coloring and blend together. 1 onion chopped Dempsey Snpp, Radioman 3-c. protects his and his family's ' %

> Let harden before using, if you 1 ham bone or "H pound salt pork or completed his course In radio at health, protects his food supply pftroK :tt =ttt

? want to cut it in squares. 4 tablespoon butter er margarine Bainbridge, Md., and then was and helps his country, 1 p flat sly 9

r Butter can also be stretched Dash ol salt sent to the Naval Training Station The Vat Mr. Watson explained, to.6

with a number of commercial or Soak beans overnight In cold wa at Noroton Heights. Conn, Is a disease carrier When flea 4
a other stretchers. Select a stretch. ter. Rinse and drain beans well. for an additional six' weeks' training bites a rat that Is Infected with I ( I!) c ry'a
1 er that gives good consistencyand Place In kettle with rest of Ingre the
"before mild of
going out on the type typhus (Brill'sdisease
does not change dients. Bring to boil
flavor a and let nm-
briny deep". ) that Is not uncommonIn
c It you're doing without a great mer 4 hours. Add more water from ID a recent letter to the Telegraph the South and then bites a
deal of butter here's how time to time. If necessary Put
: Use human being It
through sieve and Dempsey say", "I like the
margarines or shortening. for serve with sliceof
all everything North' but the disease to the human
cooking or baking. Save bacon lemon and slice hard-cooked "up being. OUT
and other drippings to use for egg. cold weather. It's plenty cold While the disease Is seldom fatal

": ; trying. Occasionally use Jams. "'ha. ",. your. prof" ems ill here 'and I nearly freeze to death. .

Jelly and honey for spreads. //1"0 Lynn Ckambrrt bar ... Buck McMillan MRS stationed at AT FIRST ,NG r 'O
Sandwiches can be spread with pert un.ii.eM, enciowig I ..aelladdreaaed/ New London, near Noroton and such, OF ACPUSE 'D W G

mayonnaise if the butter supply il.imptj imtlopt far your reply, .( we got together and chewed the ...
I' Is low. Vniern Aeunpaper I'/iion. :Ia SoulA rag about folks back ome." rwd

''tf /'"/aifi"j Street Chicago ,"".""*. His address it: D. R. Sapp R. :
IUl.....<| by Wt .rnN' .. 666 0
npup 7 Union M. 3cCo. 10. Bks. D, U. S. i' 1 Gy O A tv

T. S., Noroton Heights, Conn. N'I

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- -- ISUNNYBROOFARJI I'MIIICI'IT COI MT. sit \U"'OIlIJ : plaintiff seeks. divorce, Bradford !I named Court and cause, whereinplaintiff I I.% ('IIKIlr 401)1?. Illl 51)91)111)
toiNrm, .'1,01111'11'(11 \'\_ 'ounty Tvlegiiiph xhull publish : seek" dlvone Bradford <01 \'rl'. Fifth lllSs lit IHAN-:
By Mrs. Anula Crawford ('IH V, t thlii Order in lie-it four' weakly IHKiieH (CounlN! Telegniph' nhull publish this ('''::11 Y.Arthur .
H A. Prescott, Plaintiff'' P-llllr i Order ,In next four weekly Issues.WltiMSH W dates. J. Plaintiff vs,
Joe Prvscott. Defendant, Case No Witness hnnd and officialseal my hand iiiul official I Itltn Dntrs: Defendant rasa.. No.
Norris Mian Dobbs of the State my
Kathleen Myrtle
Says seal at Htarke, Florida, this December -
: ,
2812.OROEH at Htaikc Florida thl December
Farm was dinner guest of her op FPHLICATIOVAND 14th li>43.OFFICIAL 18th, 1943, OF PimLicATioN
sister-in-law and brother Mr and NOTICE TO APPUAIt: SEAL A. J. Thomas (OFFICIAL !811AL! ) A. J, Thomas ANI !NOTICE TO Al'l'KAIt!
- ( )
t STATE! OF FId11llt.1 tu: UlltleJoe
Aa Clerk of Hold Court. i
As Clerk of ....hi| Court. STATE OF FLORIDA to Rita
Mrs. Alton
Dobbs Prescott whose
and Sun- residenceUnknown. I"
Do MarriVf// Men Live Longer? family T, Frank I.nmlium, Mlnrke. Florida Robert H Duitmn. 511 Lynch P1.1g.Jacksonville Hales, whose residence. Is S127 2nd
day. You All)', for IMf. 13-17 4t 1-7 Florida Atty. for I'lf, I
are required to appear onJa"ua..y li-24 4t 1-14 N W, Washington D. C.
B. ,< ... Mr. and Mrs" C. C. Crosby and 17th.1144.! In I the above\ : You are required to
U V, U" --WSU .tur. named Court and cause, wherein linn IT ( 01 n r. IIII\I>KOHIIOl appear on
sons. Bute and Bobby and Mrs. plaintiff seeks divorce Itradfoid (' >T1 'I.O"IU\I IN "11 I'- l\ "":-101" '''' 'I January 24th, 1944, In the aboviiamert ,
- Arsula County Telesrraph shall publish thin ('EItY.Wlllbnt. MARY LKi: Court and cause, wh..lnplalnlltf
Crawford and baby Shirley Order In next four weekly I Issues. Franklin Smith Plaintiff In loving memory' of our 1II"lhpr'l seeks "Ivor,'". Ttradfoni
I Ann. were visiting Mr. and Witness. my hand. and official v... Llllle Mae finlth. Defendant. Mary lee, who departed this life I County Telegraph shall publish thinOrder
/ Mrs. C. C. Crawford and familyof seal at stark, Florida, this l>erember Case No. 2820.OH one year ago today filer Dec 21.: 142, in next tour weekly Issues.
14th. I'.MS. \ DICK I 01,' PITRLICATIOV Although we loved dearly God I Witness my hand an.* official
; Lake Butler, Sunday. (OFFICIAL SIC A I.) A, J ThotnnsAa AND NOTICE TO APPEAR loved her best, and so railed her neal at Htnrke, Florida< this December .
L Clerk of said Court.T STATE OF KIXIKIDA( to: Llllle to her Heavenly home 22nd., 1941.
, 1i11 Mr. and Mrs. Ellis Howard of Flank Landrum Clarke, Florida. Mae Hmlth 114 West 27th Street (Signed) Her childrenAlice: (OFFICIAL SEAL A J. Thomas
( Brycevllle were week-end guestsof Att for Pit, 18-17 4t 1.7 Norfolk Virginia. Rlsby Charley Lee, Mary Donway.Jeffle I Aa Clerk of said Court.T. .
Mrs. Howard's You are required to appear on Lee, Katie Lea Dell Frank Landrum Stark Florida
s 1 u ter and January 24th., 1944, In the above\ 12-24 Sip A It)'. for I'lf. 12.21 4t 1-14
brother-in-law. Mr. and Mrs H. I N THE COUNTY .I1.nION' CO! HT
Fort Ian tUKUIIU
B. Kelly and family. Kl,OKII>%. .
Mr. and Mrs. TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERNNotice : : Best PureLARD Kinaon'sTastiCream
I W R.
la hereby given that f
and son Fred and Lucille Ward have tiled my Final: Aoi-ountlnn anAdministratrix
I were of the Estate of GIANT HOLESALE LARDlib
,,,.. I attending to business In Henry John Kolllna and will on 1 cln 1 l8c
Jacksonville Monday the 15th day of January 1944 make PRlcrs
: -a I application' to the County Judge| of FOOD IH tLTAt 2-lbs43c
'I NOTICE Hradford County, Hon K. K. Per- 2lbclo, 35C
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN ryman, for Final Discharge as said ) CENTERS STORES _
: -- '
Thl" 'I. to certify that AdministratrixHuth rJ o gg' Weitern Pork
filed my final, return and have D. KolllnBAs Grade A Iowa BackboneRIBLETS
account. Admlnlstiati of FlHtate of
7 Ing as Administratrix of the Ship. Large
or and Henry John KoIIinqp 12-7 Henry 4t 1-7 John Kolllnfr lievrasvd.. EGGS Quantity Rights Reserved
: nn the lit dRY of Feh
.r I ruttry 1 M4. make application to 49C Prices Good Through Saturday, January 8 Ib /C i
1 Hon 13. K. I erryman. County Judas iv 1"'t'IT rniur. nit\"Fonii Doz
"f Bradford (County Florida for ('OI \1't. FIOIIII1\I IN ('II.\\.
I \l'lnal Dferherge "* Bald' Admlnl"- ('Kilt.Kmmu Dressed Size Cured Skinned Whole Shank Half
I tratrlx Todd Adklns. Plaintiff vs. Texas Shipped Any or
Ruth D. Rolling. Admlnlatra- Jadle \V. Adklns, L>"ti>iiduiit. Case
trlx' IS-sl 4t 1-Zl No. 2x 14. Turkeys; ib 53c I Horns ib 34c slices, ib 49cRed
me ORDER op pi'BMPATiovAND

your.u c'alm"'are herel aga>oat y notified the estate to :file of W.nail.Adklns South whose Carolina residence, la Pirn Carload Bacon Sale *

F. \ deceased You are required ti> appear on
-Frew .
claim duly sworn' to and having filed with.ald January 17th 1D44, In. the. abovennmed Ib 43C Ib 17c
Court anil whereinplaintiff
In eight' months cause
A the flmt seeks dlvorr Arad ford -
publication of this notice
E. K. 1'errv'"an. with Hon. County Telegraph shall publish I thisOrilir Fillet el Lae. Fla FroienMULLET
4l County Judge of In next four weekly: .
t t :Hradford' County at Slarke, FlorIda ISKIIPS.Witness SOLEIb
or your claim l will be my hand and official
by statute of llmltatlonn. barred seal at Ktarke. Florida, this Dtcnmher .. BCQN
lt. *J. Cr.w.. Administrator 14th., 1441.OFFICIAL 55C ib 15c
/ *" Jnrkaon ( SEAL) A. J. Thomas.
-. 12-31 it 41- 8t. Tampa Fla. As Clerk( of said, Court, -
T. Frank Landrum Ktarke, Florida Fancy Who Fish 11 Butlerllr

itp J / 'IIOTI.1- Atty. for Pit. 117 41 17iv ROEib 11 C: 0 R N FILLETS
j : 'Ot'nt
e You are hereby notified to file rmrriT ( % BRADFORD 49c Ib 35G
,nilI' claim a","''nBt the estate of roi NTY. ri.oitioAi, IN (II ,N_
W. T. McNv...., dereaKed. duly ('fc.nv.Chase: 4"boo. H Brand Rindless -Wh
worn to with lien E. K. Perrv- Avery Newberry. Plaintiff Fin Spckl '''''' Fancy Sail I
man. County Judge o f Bradford vs. Adeline. Chung Newberry 1>8. TROUT End Cuts MULLETib
. 1 Note Paul was going away. )$if unmarried uncle happened to be there when County, at Starke,! Florida within Pendant Case No. 2S13.OKDEK .

.!.As left; Ae fret and happy bibelot sow the mother's whit., smiting /at:.. eight publication' months of from bin notice date or of vour first AND NOTICE OF PfUL-ICATIOV TO APPKAU! Ib 29c 19c I

claim will be barred 'statute of STATE OB1 FLORIDA to: Adeline -
By KATHLEEN NO$1t/ BACHELORS limitation.*.. Chnnir Newberty\ whose residence Is. Headless Ocean "lt AS. 1"' Ib 19c Buck 1
COMPARED T.. J. Wynn Executor 1857 C. Airmen Place, Honolulu,
WITH HUSBANDS AND Hampton" Florida HawaIIan Islands SHRIMPib27c SHAD
12-31 4t 1.21. You are required to
TlongerthanbacheIOfgdois I FATHERS I I January 17th, 1944. In appear the iibove on Grade B Rindlen SI), Grade A In Th. Piece-Canadian, ib 19c I

: l-v nnn'IT { named Court and cause., wherein
Since the dawn of civilization Co. 'Ot.nT.IH"OIlO Bacon 35cb39c| Bacon ib 55c I
VTV. .
11ft.. V. Deporte of the New York the natural tendency of/ ('..:nFlor..nce,-. FOIIIII\ I(111% Da, Spanish Rath's HeadCHEESE
Fenner Rind.on Piece Strip Ga Smoked Weilern Streak O' Lean While"
.tate health department. Incidentally Maclnnes' Plnln.. MACKEREL
most men is to find a wife with Tiff V>V. John N. Mndnneii. Uef en-
r". this statel1tnis whom they can build a happy danl. Case Itf No.PUHL.1CATIPV 2034OltORTt Ib 23c Bacon "> 32c" 29c Bacon ib 22c ib 21 c

.: causing considerable disCtls- home. In fact the basis oj NOTIfR! TO APPEAR AND L
lion and arousing wide 1iiter- civilization is the family unit. MaclnnpH STATE OF whose FLORIDA address to:Is John, N. 1 I 'i1 Boneless Pot Boast. lb. 330 Pig Sid.. .Ib. 25cloveil's I
% U.
,est. One blithe comm At tot' The life of a bachelor is attractive S a, Nan Janr.ito, (rvij No. SO) % T.nd.r.v Blad. Chuck Boast lb. 270 Whole Hllmo ___lb. 290

upon it is a friend of r71111e, to some men who pointout New Fleet York Port Office New York City Sirloin Steaks. ._ lb. 390 P 0.. k Fresh Chops Sausage. _- 290F..h 310 I

Frank Crownfnshield, tnetrli- that they are never faced You. are required to appear on Bee I Fresh Hamburger lb. 250 Sliced Linr __. _ lb. 21eIOdn
January 31st.,
1944 In the above
ber of one of America's 1't'Ql.\d. with a curb on their freedom, named Court and cause, wherein .aa'+' Standing Roa.l. lb. 300
hoasekeepiugtroubles,anxious plaintiff seeks divorce and other Shoulder. _ _lb. Hc
est old families club Man relief rfradfoM' County Sirloin I Steak Ib 25e
and all the Rib Chop. ... 31e
vigils at hospitals, hall publish thl. Order In next V I Shad. Chuck Aoa.l: Ib: 270 ?
socialite writer, editor lea four weekly I".e. e a
trials of educating and raising Witness my hand and official Rib Chop. __ lb. 370 SI.. lr.a.1 __lb. IlcSt.

turer, bridge authority, Mr. children. But who does the .seal at Ktarke. Florida this Decem, ': .. Breast __._____ lb. 190 Sliced Li.., 21e
Crowninshield observe teat her 8Sth., 1941OFFICIAL '
bachelor live for?
average ,
< SEAL) A. J Thomas, o
it isn't a longer life that i& des Himself. He doesn't usually >s Clerk of said' Court. Billow flaked Vln..Rpen", Champ. MI..d

'slrable, but a more enjoyable( expand into a thoughtful unselfish T.Atty.Frank for Plf.r.andrum_Utarke.iz-31 Florida 4t 1.21 FISH Tomatoes No. 2 9c DILLS

life; he asserts that the ver.. kindly individual. For ix ('IIl('1'IT roi.HT. minroiin rfs 15-01 33c 32-GI 19c
age bachelor would lather his life is not the kind that ("'0('IV'TV, POItlUtl I\ ('HAS_ Bulk W.'or Ground Whit.Mahon .
1'6:1}' .
'drink hemlock outright than brings out these qualities. But Florence Renbold Plaintiff, v...
of course, there is always the Oeorire! A. Ken bold. Defendant Case :; Corn Meal 5 Pounds 19c Hon. Brand
subscribe to Dr. DepjOrte's No 2S31.OltDKIt: Jun. Pant I

for longevity: ; exception.hard OF PrnLJCATIOV: AND '
prescription NOTICE TO APPEAR i PEAS In Glass, Van Camp' LOAF
home life, regularity abstentfon .. STATE OF FUnmiTA to: George : +s, it
.11 to take care of him when he A. Renbold. whose residence Is 215
from alcoh'ol, Wifely was small. They had four rooms Newell Jersey. Ave., Asbury Park New :, no. 210c Pork 8L Beans 17.0 lOc 12.0. 37cBallard'

supervision care ot his then; when little sister came 1 it You are required to appear on I

health. was six rooms then a modest suburban January named Court 31st, and 1944 cause In the, wherein above ,.r ObeliskFlour Land JO' Sunshine Peanut

HH also suggests that battiest home with trees; then a bigger plaintiff seeka divorce and support.
Women would be the first to og3eet J home. Of late years things have Ilrartford County Telegraph shallpublish 5 Pound On 32C Butter 24.or jar 29c

to the elimination of bache)0f; in been easier for them all; mother weekly .Issues.thl. Order In next four ;a1n -

the social order they: are of 1MM8nee father Gran, two sons two daugh Witness' my hnnd and official York Imperial U. S. 1MainsPotatoes

value at dances dinners. butte' "III" ters. Just a typical American seal at 2Hth Ktarke, 1941, :Florida, this December Apples 2 Ibs 23c Juicy 10,ibi33c

tics, giving hope to the unrliar6led. home, but perhaps an unusually happy (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas ?sI
listening to wifely tales of bus1c:1.\ : AH Clerk of said Court N. C. GreenCabbage Oranges ib Calif... L.lluc.OI'
one.Sees T.. Frank Landrum Htarke, Florida. ?
frailties.' Sailor Leave Home. Atty. for Plf. U-31 4t 1-21 Ib 5c Celery stalk lOc

, |#.Seriously any statistics eaMpBt- Now Paul ,;was going away. His Juicy ,

.h tog the wed to the unwed sUtto calm unmarried uncle happened to be iv"OI''Tr("IIIW'IT' 'OIIlU\1 c'oi'RT. nt l!> ti(>:rnni...\"..> Calif. Grapefruit ib 5,c Canadian
,me rather foolish. A bci>elor, there'!when he left. The free and (clan', Carrots 2 bchs 19c .Rutabagas164c

; may be an abstemious sport.l intf happy bachelor saw the mother's Norma Earl W.C. Bradford Ttradforcl. Plaintiff De v", Idaho Baking

it\ out-of-door healthy\ type o< ""anI" white smiling face; beard the notesin I Case No. 2410. endant. t "X Parlay
'whose health is perfect and whose the father's voice. ,He witnessed ORDER OF PUBLICATION AND A I Potalooslb5/c Sw..1/ woo Ib 24c

Chances of a long life are good- A the heroic efforts of both sisters to STATE NOTICE OF FLORIDA TO APPEAR to: Norma Jamaican: Tangorinoslb7E/zc All Southern Reedy.Mixed

husband may b-j a badly fed, "araased pretend that this was all merely ex C Bradford wh.'ne residence la oconutsea23c
burdened creature who early' citing and normal; he saw the ten- Ocennvlew Delaware 4 Oleo Ib 29c
You are required to appear on Long 'Island' PolI.bed Stuart Almonds or Mixed
w.ars himself out with work ,ndWorry. year-old brother shyly hovering January 31st.. 104.! In the abnve
Dr. Deporte Is quoted .* about Paul; Paul in his blue uni named Court and c.u"e. wh..r..lnplRlntlrr Cauliflower Pecans Ib 43c Nuts Ib 39c Oleo Ib 23cSauer's

saying that his figures are tl l''IIn' form. He'd been out to the south County Telegraph seeks divorce shall publish Hradford thin.

from the death rates from accfqpts t : seas' once as the decoration over Or"Witness 'Issues. Sunland SpicedOlives
hand andy
,\:fc\:;\;alcoholism homicide, pnel\tr\O\1la.\ his young heart testified; he was at "Florida this officialanal December Yy"' "or 49c
tuberculosis and the so-calleq ,(?eialdiseases. going out again. Was he going to 28th. 1943. of us lack adequate VANILLA I

come home safe again? OFFICIAL SEAL> A. J. Thomas, MANY I .
nutrition Deviled
An Clerk of said Court. vivacity, Ham>
"" Marrled Men Drink HeayHySlut '': Of course he was they all said William D Morgan Jacksonville. due to vitamin deficiencies. To
'\a many a husband drinks: tea gallantly. His room was to be left F'la. Atty. for Plf. 12-81 4t l-tl

.&" la fact I would venture to claim that untouched; his gun and fishing rod t.Y f'IItfTIT. (nrnT. nit \i>ronuroi help you and your family Feelfit No. 2 12c No. %'s 15c

a. Irt' many salary-groups of meltld and camera, all the souvenirs of his "ISTV, Foiiniti i\ ('''.\:016-: as a M;jor," supplement the

-. .women especially those lowest trI.i' happy boyhood would wait for himto T.yal CKItV.A. Smith Plaintiff v. :Mary daily diet with Major-B Com SWEETHEART SOAP Personal Size
the Income-tax scale It is the Carried \ come back. The adoring airedale Jane Smith Defendant. Case No.
man who drinks most heavily.'Jo ; would wait. too. His sisters with ZS27./ plex Vitamin Tablets. They are Sm 9/2C Lge 23C

: such groups there ate' yew last embraces, promised to write; lit ORDER NOTICEp (TO' AP FARAND of guaranteed potency and contain Ivory Soap

iahelors, and many children 23ut tie brother disappeared with the STATE OF FLORIDA to Mary all the B-Complex Vitamins ..., 13 cakes

r,t'S: tuberculosis alcoholism and ptlauj dog. they fled up to the attic without W.rune A.Smith Dennett whose, flrocton residence Illinois.Is % necessary to help develop vigor mr .. 2 for 9C GIANT
' \ Ionia by no means tlteUf Dad would take
spars any good-bys. ? Paulto Ja.fau'ar* required tt> appear on 19c
groups These evils flourish eMbng, the station; Mom had her last 31st. 1944.. In the above and energy / BARS
named Court and
cause, wherein
"f ttw crowded homes of the poor. As kiss. plaintiff seeks divorce. Bradford TODAY..START THE fAMILY TAKINO I
few.;'accidents they spare no type It was the darkest hour of thafamily's t County Telegraph" a h a weedy"I': s 3 for
this I Order In next four l .- TOILET
nor class. The reeling dl'\Jl\JCtd: life. And :ret when Paul'suncle aiien,
J\1.11pa\ unharmed between c '#,/llJngears so free so untrammeled by Witness my hand anN: official LUA 4 uV 1FtYeuvirYlll lay

tt5. and trucks; the weary bell4end I family ties walked away from the sell at 27th Ktarke.1941.Florida. this December majorBVITAMINS SOAP ?

little factory worker going house with me, he seemed to have OFFICIAL HEAL) A. J. ThomasAs large 23c

fif.quietly home is struck down little to say. And when he did speakit Clerk of said Court. .. I.U

(it!y And yet. when ill this is adttMtt,<:i, was of Paul's father his brother T.Attv.Frank for l..ndrumIt.rk.Pit. / 12.31. 4t Florida 1.21 3 for 20cIDEAL

lylfan, !! do remain many good r#*_t>nswh and what he said might surprise

*,married men should have Sj Better some of the younger bachelors of C

' ; chance at long life than tAlffcaftielor today, who feel pretty sure that they Watch YouVKidneys IiiI1v41iIY1:1; [ :

'. brethren. Tbousarj4s of never want to marry. 3 cakes 20C
bs! 'leg may be bad. but milltar( *re "Dick and Mary and the kids- / NE W

i.t. .... Millions of married Rifin go God knows how I envy them," be V-Type Dry Dog Food (

"}. to a wifely! welcome (notArtooked said. They have everything. Even Help Them Cleanse the Blood Lge 23c -
.' : dinner the love tj cbU- today. Even today." of Harmful Body Waste "dey 5.esly u QUICK SUM M / w
.... $ slip
"dren", the normal! vital Interests> of Bachelors Enjoy. Luxuries. Your kidneys are eonatsntlx flltertac 0'14 r. I ,, 8-oz 9C COOL WAfesV /AARIIATI

.a a tusband and father. IA.I.. Bachelors, with rare exceptionsgrow waste matter from the blood stream.But: 29# 1
kidneya sometimes las In their work-do Sm 9Y2c
New Suds"IVORY
. fI:u..."ery essence of life and rnSjiy In, not out. They profess loudly not ,act as Nature lntendd-tall to re* Pull"' -', SwshiIOO
',. otherwise poor is rjcfa in that they: enjoy their freedom move Impurities the If retained, mar
; the IT'S EASY TO MAKE Lge 23c
- polaoa system and upeet tbe whole 1
; { him as he goes cob they fit themselves up delightful bodmachinery.. 899! SOAP
i a woman whoso Symptoms may be naff Ins backache, r ICE CREAM "
'Ian deepest con apartments- they can afford the persistent. headache,ettarke of diasinees. .0..11. .. ek
! for his health his aaftp. luxury; they have ten invitations Betting, up side ..elll... pumneae JOO ToOl'" 5 WITH LIGHT CREAMS I -
he is not a lone .J1-l to the married man' No housekeeping undar lb. eyee-a feeHnc of nervous
1/ one.
nxietr aid lose of pep end ......_b. IN :3 Large 29C Ooa1Forg.IklwyICompleaVitamin.REFRIGERATORS .
He is incorporated 1ICQP.. troubles for them; hotels Other... of kidney or bladder 4iaerdur -
%1."a'7 fabric of living; his mat, his and clubs take care of all that. No ere aometlmae b......., seaatjr or M A J 0 R B
too frequent urination. _
': Mla i his _ _
iOe1; , daughter home Aid anxious vigils at the lylng-ln hospital TD n.bouldbea.doabsebaprompt I

' ..rdcI. work and friends are a\J\ Jo !, no wakeful nights when Junior treatment JJaon'f Do wide.'.than.have beeo nefleet.wluiln fee; ( On Sale AtLOV@ttr5 JUNKET j> wmV1.LVU"rjVQ r M !.......fcepri 100 TaMM.

cal? threads to keep him young has a croupy: cough; no hurrying new. frl..nda for more than forty ....... TABLETS 891-
\and Interested, busy and satl.A'fsw . home because dinner is early when They .have n nation-wide ..put.Ii... RENNET VaRY SOAP ,
reeammeaded by tmtaf oJ people toe I
months ago one boy, Iotve Grandma is there; no discussion of country ox... A>* IKHU* MifatorDOANS /
went off to rejoljf the schools. The bachelor uncle sees of Feel Fit As
12 Hc
forces. He was the tlrgt. the children only when they are well PILLS < Medium 6c i A Major
bis parents bad had to Wagk and clean and good rennet tablets Ctl



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'Ol'ItT RIt"DVORD'I CovteMVllle, New J..r I 1944. which -- ;;:
gantown North Carolina.. IN riRCiir ey. i Is the ; ,
Fund Canning CourseIn You are rrquliotl to appear on I'Ol''t'Y.' Ki.oiiiuAi INIKItV. (,.. : You are required to appear on ruary, 1 44. n'I' du' ., I
Examinations Placed i ji T. B. Seal February 7lh, 11)44, In the abovenamed \:11-1 February 7th 1944. In the above I I Dated this 6th ,!,n ,
\ Court and cause, wherein Helen. Matchakoa Sullen; named Court and cause, wherein 1944, ?
On Continuing Basis Now Totals $612.05 ProgressAt plaintiff nt-okn divorce, Bradford MI, Christ Htlllen/ Defendant. Cave plaintiff seeks divorce. Bradford OFFICIAL SEAL1 .
i I School County Telegraph shall publish thlitOlder No. 2810.OIlDKIl, I(County Telegraph shall publish. lhl.Ol'd..r ("Ierk ot Circuit I', ''', I ,d ,
lHHuen. In next four weekly IBHUCB.WltneHH County, Flol'lda.
tour weekly
;!I Merit System examinations for .i M,'!!. Glen Duke, County Chapman Witness In next my hand and official OF PUBLICATIONAND my hand and official 1 II ; .

tt atecograplici, junior Interviewer of the Bradford County T. Last Wednesday's audience at ...8alIt "Starkc' Florida. this JaniiHiy STATE NOTICE OK FOIIIDA TO APPKAH to- Christ I seal I at 3rd.Starke,, 1 44.OJo'FICIAI. lurlda< this January I 1Io0.t'U'.1 0. Arl'1.111'I-

of 4th, 1944. Stlllen whose residence Is 304 West SEAL) A. J. Thomas, '1'.'X".:" let ('
district welfare visitor have B and Health Association an- the Florida State Department A. J. Thomas. ( "n
and York N. Y. '
40th Street New Hili ..
I I AH Clerk of mild Court. \
I "aid
Clerk of INlI
been placed on a continuing basin nounced this week that through Agi,'(culture's Home Economicscourse I AH ( REAL) You are required to appear on Walter C Hi>r e February 7th., 1H44, In the above Fla Atty for l'It. 1-7 U 1.28 It. L Green , "
:' by the Merit System Council and Su tut'day. Jan 1, a total of teamed how to "can a I Knight for& Knight I'lf. Itark..l: 1-, 4t 1.28 named Court and cause, wh..relnplain Tax Certificate N,, 1n!' I
Attyii 4th
Bradford day of .
tift seeks divorce. July A. I I. ;
applications may be filed at any $612.01 had been raised throughthe cow" 11on educational demon- I County Telegraph shall publish IN: ( I lit I IT fOllir sin 'IFOIID filed same In ,,,'y ore n.. '
sale of Xmas seals and T. B.BondJ stiatlon on meat carving and 1% (lltl I IT' "TOI IIT IIH4DKOHUCOI thl... Order In next four weekly l I...- COl\ri, F'LOH11).tl IX: C1IAN made application fi,",,, "
time;;"I tt was announced here today "NTV, KI.OHIIHl IM CIIANKit suert CKIIY.Raymond; to be issued there..." iAt
home canning (' V. Witness. 01:10: hand and official R. (Cutslmw. Plaintiff vs. tlflcate emhraoeH the 1,1, '.::
by Mrs. L. A. Rennolds, member Mrs' Duke wishes to stress the C. head of the Jnm8 A. Varner Plaintiff VII, seal at Starke, Florida: this January Rachael F: Cutshaw, Defendant. scribed property In ti,, "' 'u''
Rosa Cook
r.. Varner., Defendant Case Case No. 1836.ORDER '
Ruby Bradford State of
3rd, 1944.OFFICIAL KlorliijWjrt. ;
5 Welfare ( .
of the District fact that It Is still not too late Home Economics department of No 2844. ; ( SEAL) A..J. Thomas OF PUBLICATIONAND :>> ilk 12 Wllrd dl1
Board. to Bend contributions In, each Staike, School not only ORDER' OV PUBLICATION AM. Clerk of said Court. NOTICE TO APPEAR R. 20 F1:
High AND NOTICE TO APPEAR Beach, STATE OF FLORIDA to: RachaelF. The-assessment ,.
Walter C. HardeKty Daytona of Ih, ,
Stenographers are employed by one of which will be greatly, appreCiated showed the class the various cuts STATE Ol. FLORIDA to: Ruhy Fla. Atty. for Pit 1-7 4t 1-28 Cutshaw, whose residence Is No. erty under the said and, :1
the Florida Industrial Commission by the committee and of meat but gave an actual step Varner, whose residence la. tit 7 Bolsseau St. Ettrlck Virginia.You .."eWaWd" 'In the nam'001'111110,"t IUnleMs
8outh to on p
Oenrtre :: Carolina are required appear
?,the State Welfare Board and the association. by step demonstration on how to You are required to appear on IN c-inri'lT coi'HT nnAnponn, February 7th., 1944 In the above said certitl-ate!
States February 7th, 1844, In the bonam..d' fOl'NTY.! FLOIIIUAI CHAN named Court and wherein redeemed ?l
I the, ,United Employment I I' preserve such parts of a beef as cause according >In ,
Court and cause wherein CKHY.Lolbe plaintiff seeks divorce Bradford property described ,
Service In Florida, the agencies 'Handel'* 'Messiah night be used for a rout, steak plaintiff seeks divorce Bradford Ixjopold Lebovlc, now known County Telegraph thai publish this sold to the highest therein hlddpr,
served by the Merit System Council huh or stew -I na-rd'e Telegraph shall I publlnh an Leonard Leboy Plaintiff, vs. Order In next four weekly issues.Witness I courthouse door on the. tare
To Be' PresentedAt In next four weekly Is- Rebecca Volpert I'.bovlc. Defen my hind and officialseal day In the month of Kebru.
welfare visitors by the State i; The most noteworthy phase of au..... dant. Case No. 2838 at Starke Florida this January which Is the 7tb. day "vt, ft"
Welfare Board and junior Inter USO Jan. 23 Witness my hand and official ORDER OF PUBLICATIONAND -drd; 1944.AsFClerk 1944.
II viewers by the Industrial Commission. the evening's class work was that neal at Stark, Florida: this Jan NOTICE TO APPEAR ( ofRsaidCourtJ': ) Thomas Dated this Bth., day of j,
Mrs. Cook demonstrated how the uary 4th., 1(44.OFFICIAL. STATE OK FLORIDA to: Rebecca 1944.
Of special Interest to music of could be ( SEAL) A..J. Thomas Volpert Lebovlo whose residence U T. Frank Landrum. Starke: Florida. (OFFICIAL SEAL) A, J.
I same type canning accomplished A* Clerk of said Court.T. unknown. Atty. for Pit. 1-7 4t 1-28 Clerk of Circuit Court .>f i 9
t Mr. Reynolds pointed out that lovers of this community Is the in the listeners'' home Frank Inndrum St: rke, Florida You are required to appear on County. Florida. 1.71,
5-f during the war tbe demand for news that Handel's Messiah will with little or no equipment. Atty, for I'lf. 1-7 4t 1.28 February 7th. 1944. In the above NOTICE Of APPLICATION FOR

I i welfare visitors had exceeded be given here, on Sunday January Adult classes of this nature are IN nnriiiT rovitT BRADFORD named plaintiff Court seeks and divorce.cause Bradford wherein Drnato TAX Bill DEED IV e. 1
; t the supply and that this Is one 2 at 3 p. M., In the USO- In progress every Wednesday rni '''Y, VLOIIIUAI IM CHAN; County Telegraph shall publish this NOTICE 19 HEREBY GIVEN Section 678.33 Florida< k
r will be CK.HY.Pletro Order In next four weekly lusues. That Dan Thomas, holder of Tax: 1941 the undersigned "'?'
of the reasons why teats |YMCA. night from 7 to 11 In the Home J: :Rralda Plaintiff, vn. Witness. my hand and official, seal Certificate No. 487. Issued the 7th., man will sell the follow,
given in the future at such times According to Rev. A. E. Light- Economics department at Starke Maria Burxlo Braids. Defendant. at Starke Florida thla January day'of July. A. D, 1930 has filed scribed property: .
Case No, 1841.ORDER .- ; 1944. et, and has made One Studebaker Sedan r
3rd. office
\ ) the number of applications foot, a member of the Ministerial High School. They are being OF PUBLICATION (OFFICIAL SEAL) A..J. Thomas mme application my for a tax deed to be No. 611634. Title No, a.
+''11\\+,. warrant Association sponsoring; the fete, ; given in the interest of the nationwide AND NOTICE TO APPEAR AH Clerk of said Court.Walter issued thereon. Hald certificate 1941 Florida License Tat2D3354.
STATE OF. FLORIDA to Maria Daytona Beach d..IIl'rlb..tproperty ; .
: January 8 has been designatedas 60 trained singers front Jackson- : "Food Fights for Free- I Burilo Brnldn, whose residence IH. Fla. Atty C. for Hardenty Pit. 1.7 4t 1.28 embraces In the the. following County of Bradford tn the highest, and hmt ell
the date on which tests will villa church choirs will make up dom" program and are free to 4754 45th Street, Apartment' 4-C. State of Florida to-wlt: rash, at public auction at, ] ,
I \Vond.lde !. I., New York. Blk 11, Livingston, garage 217 North TmplrStarke {
2 of
be gIven) at various centers for the choral presenting the the public. rinrviT 'O"RT BRADFORD Lot
II group You required to appear on IN: Truhy & Co's Sub Division of NHH Florida, at in CO I fi,
'; 17 classes of positions with the musical. February 7th, 1944 In the above COI'NTY. FLOHIUAl IN CHAN; of NK 4 Sec. 28 Twp. 8 M.: R. 22 E. A. M, on January 24, 'i
IN riR('nr rouiT BRADFORD named Court and cause wherein c.nY. :assessment. of the said property satisfy warehouseman. I h. J
three agencies entires for which The entire Messiah will be sung (:OIMfV. FLORII>.\| I1* tlll'N- plaintiff seeks. divorre. Bradford Edwin Coffre. Plaintiff vs Agnes The under ;the said certificate Issued eluding reasonable. charge, ,y
i closed on November, 26. Including all solos and choiusea 1'F1HV.Laben County Telegraph shall publish this Marie CronIn Coffre, Defendant. was In the name of James tlce. advertisement and w-
T H. Hawkins Plaintiff va. Order In next tour weekly IflHuesWltneKn . Cane No.ER83OF name of the owner of .eu:
: Rev. Lightfoot revealed. The performance I.ula E. Hawkins Defendant. Cane my hand and official PUBLICATIONAND Byrd Unless said certificate shall be vehicle Is Dr II 11(. Tal",
: < Boy Scouts On here In Starke Is one of No. 2845, seal at Starke, Florida thin Jan- NOTICE TO APPEAR redeemed according to I a w theproperty the name of the person nn
ORDER OF PUBLICATION:>> uary 3rd,, {444. STATE) OF FLORIDA to: Agnes described, therein will/ be account the vehicle I.. hoLk C
five given by this group this year, AND NOTICE TO APPEAR OFFICIAL SEAL) A.J. Thomas Marie Cronin Coftre, whose residence to the highest bidder at the Ptostlck.
Hike sold
Overnight the others having been given In STATE OF FLORIDA to: Lute An Clerk of said Court. Is. Bayvlew Ave. KnclewondCliff" courthouse door on the first Monday
I E. Hawkins whose residence Is Walter C. Hardexty Daytona. Beach New Jersey and whose Post the month of February 1-8 3t 1-21 Wa'reh'PHONE
" 'I. Fifteen member of Boy Scout Jacksonville he said. Route: 4. co| Mr. W O. lions Mor. Fla. Atty for Pit. 1-7 4t 1.28 Office Address la P. O. Box: 20 In J Ji

; (, Troop No. 70, aceompanled by Rev. Llghtfollt.-Is expressing the

') their Scoutmaster, Rev. Charles opinion of scores -of music lovers .

H. Allen hiked to Crystal Lake In Starke when he states that

,'I 'I t' Thursday afternoon and spent this Is a real opportunity to hear

f the night at the Patray Cottage. some, truly fine music. I'

On Friday morning the group The Ministerial Association U .

visited an Indian -Mound near bringing; the musical here in co-

.w :i Lake Santa Fe at which time the operation with several of the ,

;d j boys discovered some interesting more active civic organizations in "

bits of pottery and bones. the' tty. 'ft"1 '
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EVERY BRANCH OF ,'":,' "0k,4.f".. ''---'if' :"", ; ''C' ., .', :: '
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'L Agency S JUNIUS M' SMITH . '


y Constant Service Over 50 Years pRLLN '" ', ,; !
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.' Please Phone 116 STARE .

+.r :7 ,
r Laundr'(!. .>,' -
'. .. ;ate, .".
... ... ..._o_ .. '".. .._.,. . .. 0_. ..' . ....".. ". . .senses!. forced ,
o __. '" ....._ '-'0"0. .._ . "_0" Starke p -- X am .: I '
nV- -O control' :;Jfi:

: It's the Quality of leadership Fo! the Pates over which 1 ick-uP have no and delivery aervicBesatnQ aUc" 1.5 ,:t..

. conditions the P 1 dU
Due..1.o discontinue the cj1st.omer As .t.hBr.e. .tr.
t.o es.
tha r makes Leaders bund
'saving.n carry"
y TEMPOS laundry ,
to this :Finish Cash and n
order :FamUY between dU
In prices
diSCount. l in
d1trerentia eaning .
percent -
b- -.
ATLAHIIC' haS a .aYs cn m
ve1'Y prices omer. them under ,
'I cust serve
4 '' De
-Iii and advantage to the t.c allow mTo a t.o efficient and ;
v are. the Leaders be an .hO continue them the same Inew have in

r t.hOse pat.rons t.o give willreturn allow as .
promise very
1 deli
CY. the the '
as t.c
this po as near rep- .
t.c can
,,. treatment 1 expect esman who

. court.eous years. ind a routeDennis ea in the past. Mr.

'As.+s.cww-Iw.Nn"*."".',, CA-NwI.e S5.p/xA haS capacitY cr

,.. Cant in the
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CLASSIFIED ADS those .M have Path'thank ;;:: -"

superintendent. t.o mefacilities t.o
WANTED SUGARCANE SYRUP for Bale I this occasicn ossibleI ,

Listing's"on .apartments houses or 35 or 40 gal. at $1.23: per gal.- wish t.c take who have made its with

hoglea.. for .rent, located within 20 C. .Wj Batten Rt, 1. Box 77, i .1. and d or the '.

119 mile Ea t of Call Starke Street Staike. 12.31 2tp I nized me il1,the paht s kind, t.c This this is a concrete p roof '. .,

W. T.-CLUTE Realtor FOR SALE-20 acres good farmland I up a_ bUsiness it istodayAT '' ; :
,- new house, 1 ml west of You, as HOME. increased' .
I Law ley.' $250-John H. Barlow I t.o serve or 1IU'lING expenses have .. .

PERMANENT WAVE. 39c! Do Luwtey. 1.7 2tp advantage overhead for service.
Permanent .. fact 'y prices .
your own with "1 I the "
Charm-Kurt Kit, Come I e t e FARM FOR KENT! -- 00 acre. In spite or past two years. ' ., ,\\-0 ,

equipment. Including: 40 curlers more, or lens 4 blocks east of .. percent in the ." ; ."" "':' "
Vnlon Bus Station.-Lacy Con- "over 1.00 :;
and shampoo Easy to do. absolutely C 0'I.: \ ..
I harmless. Praise by ,way 1.7 et ":. remained .:. ', -.
.ha'e .,
i thousands Including Fay MeKenzte WAITRESS WANTKD! -$13 per A very truly.PAGE ',;

glamorous movie (istar. I . Yours
week 6-day week.-O u t don "
rafunAo4 If.not satisfied. : '
Money > ,
Grill it .. .
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i " ..". 'ti.J ,' ,, ,',' .
-J10 I', .... m. I .
FOR RENT-4-roora apartmentfor week and meals; 6-day week. Quniu. '

conynlssloned. officers' family. Guidon Grill. it . "... .' .. (). owner. ,

No children or pets FOR ,
SALE-Toil'*' Clock for timing FOR RENT-1 four, room unfurnished "lUH'v

I control of electricity for store fartn house 3 1-2 Delivered This Week..--.

windows. Save* electricity.Two miles out oa Lawtey Road. Mrs. A nd Not! _: .
large pieces of luggage. T. .J. McIntyre 631 W. Madlsoa' r M!! Trunk! '. 0.' ,

One suit case of split leather j"aundl'1//: Plant. .
All r;: M.
$10; also I new Brooks Trav-
Q.aueoJ. .
LOST OR STOLEN-1 white and !!!!
li-Bag hold uniform without black !! .
spotted pointer bird pup- ,
ere asing $20.
py. Weight about 25: Ibs $3 reward ,
TERIES fully charged, $5 each I IF
Bring to Judd Curb
-Mrs. L,' M. Clark. Inquireat :Market. .
Log Cabin. Camp Blanding

Highway 1 1.2 ml. out. Brook. FOR RENT! .-.fl-room house near .; .

side Farm. tf State Farmers Market R. A. F .t' t t

Newsom. 33 N. Cherry St .

IF YOU WOULD BUY OR SELL _. lip .. .. .'
milk cows! stock cows beef cat- '.>:<

tH\ stock bulls or bogs get In CASHIER ANTED-Mlddlt'aged 3'
woman S ...:,' '.
prt'ferred.-Guldol1 Grill. 0.
touch with J. D. O Box 247 Starke; Box 204 Lake It "

,, City; Telephone 481 Lake City. BABY BASSINET with maltreat ..A.

Auction market Tuesday for Male, $6. Apply at 401 So. '
Lake City. 3.3: ; every Thurs.
I Walnut Starke. Mr* Loubler. '
day: Palatka. 2 P 1\(. 1-0-11 lip



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