Group Title: Bradford County Telegraph.
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Uniform Title: Bradford County Telegraph
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Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke, Fla.
Starke Fla
Publication Date: January 21, 1944
Frequency: weekly
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Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
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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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Recreation Center BRADFORD COUN"TY l E LEGRAP'H Sweetest Strawberries


for Camp Blanding : This Side of Heaven

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Official County Publication.,.- Established In 1S77


VOLUME SIXTY-rrVK -. MTAKKK. FLORIDA. FRIDAY JANHAUY; 1!>U ____ Nt'MHKIl: THIRTEEN
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cRae Announces Legislature Candidates For Must Wainwright Asks Gen.Rotary'Conelly)Club'SpeaksAt Public UrgedTo Kerosene Shortage



Qualify By Feb. 1 Brig, Gen. L. S. Conelly assistant -
andidacy ForSuperintendent Election AsRepresentative to Brig:'; Gen. K. W. Fales, Start Work

With February 1 the deadline commander of the Camp Bland- Causes S ufferingMany
;
for .qualifying as candidate for Ing IRTC. was ,guest speaker at
Senator Or Representative to the the Rotary Club Wednesday and On Tax ReturnsBecause

State Legislature, each office has gave some highly entertaining

thus far attracted only one candidate highlights of his service In the $100 Reward HomesWithout

Arthur R. McRae, 39-year-old N. D. (Noon) Wainwright, Jr.. Southwest\ Pacific during the of the complex natureof For Information

|radford County school teacher Charley E. Johns of Starke. an- today announced his candidacyfor early part of the war. the 1943 Income tax blanks, all

Is week announced his candl- nounced last week as a candidatefor the office of State Representative Another distinguished guest of persons who must file a report Concerning Ben Dell Heat !

ey for' the office 0 f County State Senator from Bradfordand of Bradford Conty, subject the Club 'at title time was Herry are urged to begin work on themat ,

perintendent of Public Ins true-. Union Counties. N. D. Wainwright to the will of the democratic J. White, assistant field directorof once and not put the matteroff Sheriff A. O. Andreu states

on In the spring primaries. this week announced as voters on May 2nd. I the Americas! Red Cross at to the last minute.A that $100 reward will be paid

[Mr. McRae was born and rear- candidate for representative.The The text of Mr. Walnwrlght's Camp Blanding, who Intrdouceil deputy collector of Internal for the recovery of Ben Dell, Light & Fuel

in Bradford County attendede early qualifying deadlinefor statement Is aa follows: Gen. Conelly to the Rotarians. revenue will be at the courthouseIn I aged negro dead or alive, with

| public schools of the county State Senators and Repre- "It has long been my ambitionto Describing some of the peculiar Starke Feb. 1 through Feb. 7 information leading up to the

d also the University of Flor- sentatives is a new law passed by serve the people of my Countyas traits of the natives ln that each day from 8:30: a. m. to S:15: arrest and conviction of anyone War-time conditions laid an
the last session of the Legislature their Representative and if I partof p. m. He will also be at the who might have caused him Icy finger on Bradford Couoty
the world.. Gen. stated
am nominated to this 'office In Conelly Lawtey office bodily harm. this week (as well as all Florida!
post on Feb. 7 and
I He has taught la the that some of, them Intelligent
county were quite -
bringing actual
the May 2, primary they will haveno and 8. The deputy collector will Dell left his son's home at privation and suffering
hools here for the past 20 and that white soldiers
yearsd to the for
people the first
occasion to regret their choice. give any advice or assistance Daytona Beach on Jan. 12 1943
at present is serving as prln- soon found that they could learna time kerosene
jis stocks here and
Having spent my lifetime In needed, and that he
"The Messiah"Eagerly no charge Is made stating was going to
'pal at New River. few from
things even people throughout the
Bradford County I feel that I am for this service. Miami. He has not been seen state were en-
|"I feel that my.many years of well qualified to know their whe were ex-cannibals. Income since. tirely exhausted.
lax: returns for the cal-
dente In the teaching profess wishes and will at all times work After returning to the states, endai\yeaf 1943 must be filed not Susie Dell his aged and crippled The fuel oil shortage assumed

well qualify me for the of- Awaited"The for the Interests of the people as Gen. Conelly was "sentenced" to later than Match 15 1944. Most wife, was In Starke early serious proportions here Monday
jee which I seek," Mr. McRae a whole. a desk Job in Washington for a taxpayers have i this week and posted the reward as all dealers wholesale and retail -
already made Hubstantlal
d In announcing his candidacys while but this was not to his money with the Sheriff. She alike, 'were out and had no
| week. "Although restrictions Messiah", greatest classical liking and he asked to be sent to I Federal tax payments on their 1943 thinks her husband might have idea when they would again. have
through
gasoline and tires will make score to come from the pen of Blanding where he could assistIn I withholdingfrom Starke kerosene.A \
come to where he for-
their or direct
I Impossible for me to do much George Frederick Handel will be the IRTC program wages payments
) ,_ to the Collecctor. Never- merly owned a farm on Road 13, little relief came Wednesday
Jive campaigning. I hop e to presented Sunday Jan 23 at 8:30: and met with foul afternoon when Freeman
I theless, all taxpayers must file possibly play, Register,
P. M. at the U. S. O. Club Templeand
as many of the electors as since he had his local Gulf Oil( distributor .
the annual return.Returns some money on received
sible between now and elec- Washington streets. Peele Case Goes person, one transport truck shipment of
must be filed
time" The oratorio popsored by the by any 3,800
gallons from Tampa. Mr.
,
single person whose total IncomeIn

ag Shortage Starke Organizations Ministerial with and United Alliance Starke Service In Civic cooperation i To Supreme CourtMrs. husband 1943 was or wife$500( whose or more Individual; every Annual t MeetingOf as parts Register It would of spread the go county to this retailers, out where as In the far all

Some Counties Income was more than $624; every
Clubs, will be sung by the Jacksonville "little uller.", people I carrying

Pauses Extension Choral Guild accompanied Edna Peele. of Lawtey, husband blned total AND Income wife were whose$12,00 comb or Red Cross small cans and bottles, could geta
by the Jacksonville Philharmonic j convicted of manslaughter, by a seager supply. No large Indi
y more and Individual whopal.1
;
3ov. Holland recently extended Orchestra with Mrs. RobertL. 'tom Circuit Court Jury here on. Dec. every vldually-owned drums were filled
or owed a tax on 1942 income -
deadline for purchasing auto Hutchinson at the piano. Ly rhn 10 In connection with the death of Mlns Jewel H o w E o, General' from this shipment, Mr. Register
enses to Feb. 1 because of man P. Prior will conduct the Ancll Thompson last Aug. 14, ws. Field Representative for the stated

pakclowns In the Raiford prison musical. sentenced to 18'months in prisonby Form 1040A, called the shortform Southeastern. Area of the American Local agents for three other

Me plant but so far, no short- Soloists will be Eunice Sallas Circuit Judge A. Z. Adkins whose, may total be used by Individuals Red Cross, addressed the an- large oil companies stated that I

e of tags has, developed here, McCormick Soprano; Margaret last Friday. Income was not more nual meeting of the Bradford they expected limited shipments ,
than 3.000 and ALL received
ix Colleetor C. A. Knight saids Melzer Foster. Contralto; Paul Motion for a new trial by Mrs. from salaries was other County Chapter Wednesday at the Thursday or Friday but had.

| week, and business Is pro- Tanner, Tenor and Stewart Comer, Peel's attorneys, Zach H. Douglas compensation wages dividends. personal interest -- Methodist Recreation building. nothing definite to promlso. ":

easing as usual Base of Gainesville. and Hal Y. and annuities. Form 1040, She discussed the worth of the Continued cold here early this J

Prison breakdowns left 32 coun- The program, given through the Mains, of Lake Butler was denied called the long form must be Red Cross aa an emergency organization week made the situation particularity -

without full supplies of new courtesy of the Jacksonville department N. D. WAINWRIGHT JR. by Judge Adklns. used by all other Individuals. and picturing the Field Director distressing In a number of

ktes, the largest shortage oc- of Recreation, will constitute Mrs. Peele was released under may be" used If desired by any as caring for the Service outlying districts, where many!

Ing in Escambia and Plnellaspnties. one of the outstanding "My grandfather the late Ed- $1.500 supersedeas bond pend- taxpayer regardless of the amountof man abroad and the local chapter small homes were totally without

musical events planned for ward J. Wainwright. served Brad- ing an appeal to the State Supreme his Income.Father as eating for his family at home. :' kerosene, their only means of

he original deadline for drlv- Starke this season. It Is free to ford County aa Representative In Court to be filed by the She told of the countleaa small cooking, heating and lighting. Ac-

with 1943 tags was Jan. 15, the 1879- session and my father, defense attorneys, but Important services that are tual suffering reached its peakIn
the public and all are invited to
the governorsaid that'll was N. D. Wainwright, Sr., served his Charged wlthijlrlng; a pistol Murphy performed for the Service man home 'whore there were small
attend. this capacity the from the Red Cross Kits that are children.In .
fortunate": that an extension people In In Into a group of men said to have ,
time was necessary because 1931 session. History records been creating a dlsturbnnce distributed to every. person as he several cases, Mr. Register '

e of the counties. Including Food Classes that both these gentlemen served around her home and place of Left Mark HereThe leaves the country to the Service stated women with small children

ford, have full supplies and Continue At BHS their people honorably and capably business, Mrs. Peela testified during -I Clubs and Rest Homes that are were seen out of doors, huddled
&rd sales have been made.ov. provided for his welfare and com- near a flickering blaze protected .
the trial that she fired Into
| Holland explained that Until Feb.. 9 "With their records of achieve- llev. Thomas J, Murphy fort In distant lands., by a few old bricks. attempting -
the air in order to the
frighten
separate breakdowns of the ment before me I wUl enter the founder and first pastor of St.ElwHI'd's Miss Howze also discussed Ale to cook for large families
The Rural War Prod uctloa men and that the,shot that need for maintaining a constant
on's tag manufacturing equip- office. If elected with an ambi- away Catholic Church In { while older children searched
'nt, the last for a full week Course I in production conservation tion to represent the Interests of 'fatally Injured Thompson clime Starke, died at 10 o'clock Mon alertness tor disasters which local the near by woods for pine knotsto <<

kept'lown production. Parts and processing of food was my County In an able, efficientand from some other source day morning In St Vincent's Hospital I groups, at any moment, might be keep the fire going.
held in the class room of the called to with.
honorable manner, giving my upon cope
the machines were not avail- I Jacksonville, as the result In other instances, generous
Home Economics Department at all to the She poke In quite complimentary -
best efforts at times
of Injuries sustained neighbors, their own supply of
Mrs. Thursday,
Dies
Be and Bryant
had to be made. Bradford High School Wednesday duties of this Office. terms of the work of the
II Jan. 13, In an automobile accidentnear kerosene reduced to meager measure
night Jan. 13, at 7:00: o'clock and "It will be an especial pleasurefor In GainesvilleFuneral local chapter and its office personnel -
his home In Perry.ACCIDENT shared It with tho aged, the
isiting Pastort was continued until 11:00 P. M. me to serve In.the 1945 session headed by Mrs. Edward
111 and with families having
These classes were begun duringthe with my good frelnd and services for Mrs. loin' VICTIM Burns.
St. Mark'she month of December.Mrs. next-door-neighbor, Lex Green, as E. Bryant 64, were held Wednesday Pi-weeding Mrs Howze's talk, babies. It was a familiar sight

Bradford first Governor. afternoon, Jan 19. 4 o'- which climaxed a n Interesting this week to see friends scurry-
Rev. Westwell Greenwood Rosa Cook, instructor, County's' ; :. I __ ..A_ .,....._.___
tor of St. James' Church, showed the class the moat successful ." clock in the chapel 01 {lie Thomas program, reports un vimiiurviSpecial Ing between house trailers or ,

ck Mountain N. C., will speakthe methods of canning beef. Mr Wainwrtght baa served AS Funeral Home in Gainesville Dr. Services were given by tiny cottages, a coke bottle of
During the demonstration, the City Councilman, and Mayor of U. S. Gordon of the First Pres- committee chairmen and a pep
morning service at St. the precious fluid In hand.
rk's Church Sunday at 11 0'ck portion of beef which was selected Starke. He Is a past Commanderof byterian Church. officiated, and talk was given by Nat Stt'rnberg.on ,
The Gulf Oil Service Station
the Jones-Langford-Whlte Post interment was in Evergreen!: the coming War Fund Drive
for steak and t
| The service will be concted roa was seared -
here "run" Wednesday
experienced a -
by the Rev. Fred Yerkes, packed in the cans sealed and American Legion and was for Cemetery.Mrs. which he will direct. afternoon when news!

pastor of St. Mark's processed In the required time. many years Adjutant of this Po t. Bryant died 'Tuesday following Mr. Slernberg pointed out that spread like wildfire that they hall
The remaining portion of the beef He, Id at present. Field Under- an attack of Influenzaand the quota for Bradford county
fro in addition received of 200
Greenwood has a gallons.
last was $6OOO, an amount supply
writer for the Mutual Life Insurance attendant complications 7 year
which be used for
his work been civl- may stew was "It in 30 minutes H.
j parochial New York. which wan oversubscribed $831, was gone ,
of
cold packed exhausted sealed Company She Is survived by her hus-
In Chaplain at the large gov- Although this year's quota IH C. Brown manager of the station -
and processed In the required band, Walter Jo:. Bryant one son, {
ment at N C. ; stated "and long line'ormed
hospital Oteen much larger U ,300, he IH confident a
amount of time.V Rites Walter E. Jr. of Cocoa
Wednesday Bryant .
;
some years. His ministry that. In view of the accelerated and waited all hour or s)
ire has filled him with a deep R. Ferguson teacher of Vocational For Mrs. ZeiglerMatilda a sister, Mrs. Paul H. Reynolds need for the services of for another delivery of 400 gallons

J ritual Insight. Agriculture, demonstrated of Starke and two half brothers.A the Red Cross at thlx time, that we received later In the

the correct methods of cuttinga Dryden Zeigler, 65, native of Gainesville Mrs. Bradford, Countlnns will respond afternoon."

& A Cafe Moveshe beef for canning.The wife of J. J. Zeigler of Theresxa! Bryant came to Starkn more accordingly, Interviewed on the possible

members of the class are died Saturday afternoon Jan. 15: than 10 years ago with her husband ', Mr Slernbern explained that reason for the shortage J. U.

A. and A. Luncheonette very enthusiastic and feel that at 4:30 o'clock after being In 111 and together they operated 1 5 percent of the amount rained Alexander, head of the Shell

iler the management of H. M. they have learned quite a bit from health for several years. Bryant's Cafe until selling It will be used In the National program Petroleum Corporation/ hero ,

on. opened yesterday In them the Instructors and from the gen- She wa born at New River about three years ago. After that and the remaining 85 per. pointed out yesterday that large

formerly occupied by the eral{ discussions held during the July 15, 1878. and was married to they operated. the Starke Hotel cent will be retained In the local' tankers formerly used for coastwise .

rke-Blandlng Tailors on South classes as to the best methods of James J. Zeigler ,42 years ago. for Col. D. f;. Knight for sometime ( fund.A shipping of oil from fieldto

Inut St. cutting, packing and processing They had spent most of their but moved to Gainesville highlight of the program wan refinery are now being used to
has been fIt operated for thet meats. married life at Theressa. several months ago because of t News of his death wits received, the modeling of Red Cross garments transport fuel to battle zones. for
In addition to her husband she the falling health of Mr. Bryant With great sorrow In Starke,
two years In a room adjacent This course will continue until made in the productionroom the allied offensive slated for the
the' Park Theatre building.t February 9th and the Vocational III survived by four sons Rupert They formerly ., owned a homeon where, during the few brief years hern. Those youngsters act. gear future and for this reason
O. Zeigler. Gainesville; Walter West Call St. which of his pastorate here, he had en- 8)) at the oil
Department 0 f Bradford High was recently (Continued on page there Is no reserve
Zeigler, an e m pi oye of Pan sold to M.: Raybln. deared himself to the public as terminals.To .
School would like to have any- few men have done. His quiet,
In South
American AIrways
The LibraryLONG ChurchIs further complicate the prob- j
who is interested In the con- sin Christian
one America; Wm T. igler Jack- pleasant manner disarming .
Salvage OfficialTo lem a prolonged and unprecedented -
LONG AGO is the servation of foods to attend the sonville and L e a t e r Zeigler cerity and charming Irish broguewon ReorganizedThe "cold! spell" lu the Sunshine

list and greatest collection of I meetings. Miami; two daughters Mrs.Rod Meet Committee for him- a unique place In State and mushrooming populations
Alexander Woollcott. These erlck Dampler and Mrs. J. D.Orlffill. the heart of the people here. Christian Church here has well
In Starke as as numerous -
Ve new stories about the peo- Schools Aid both of Starke; and two G. C. Campbell executive secre- Father Murphy was born in been reorganized and will new other towns throughout -
lie he cherished. In it are County sisters, Mrs. S. S. Paul Miami tary of the Florida Salvage Com- County Cork Ireland, and cameto operate on a full time basis, It the state army have drained a

fragments of curious folklored T. B. Fund Drive and Mrs O. A. Thrower, Jack- mittee, will meet with the Brad- the United States In 1923. Fora was! announced this week. supply already curtailed by lack

ludicrous\ hearsay that onvtlle. ford County committee at 10o'cl.k while he lived In Brooklyn. N. Rev. Stuck pastor of the Central of transportation.Mr. .
jtoollcott was forever uncoverg Bradford County schools have Funeral services were held Monday morning Jan. 24, Y., but soon came South making Christian Church of Jacksonville adequate
and gleefully passing along. contributed a total of 93.30 to Wednesday morning at 11 o'clockIn In the court room.S. I his studies In philosophy and the- met with 63: laymen rep- Alexander, revealed that a

i TOMORROW IS FOREVER the Tuberculosis Christmas Seal the Theressa Christian Church E. Sparks, chairman of the ology at St. John's and St, Mary' resenting various Chr I Is t I a n train of oil cars left the oil l center -
Saturday
Gene Bristow. This modern fund, according to an announce- with the Rev. L. A. Shepherd General Salvage Committee, has i Seminary In Baltimore. He was churches la the district, six members at Norco, Louisiana last -

illfomla story Is good hold- ment this week by Mrs. Glen officiating. Interment was In notified all members by ordained In 1938 and won assignedas of the Jacksonville Layman'sClub : one car of which Is pro-

g reading by the author of Duke, county chairman. The Crosby Lake Cemetery under the urging them to attend letter'l assistant pastor to the dis- and members and friends of : mised to the local Shell Corpora-Norco

ep Summer Handsome Road amount contributed by each direction of DeWItt C. Jones. portant meeting.Receives' tinguished St. .P.atrlck's, Church In I' the local church for the purpose 'tion. Since the trip from

lid This Side Glory. school Is as follows: Hellbronn Pall bearers were D. J. Philip Miami Bench. of planning the new regime for usually takes about eight dlya.!
I the shipment
he expects to receive
WHY WOMEN CRY, or $3.03; New River $2; Hampton *. Sr., Cleveland Sullivan A. L. PromotionMary In July 1941 shortly after the this congregation. and will supply -
Monday
fenches with Wrenches by 14.31; Brooker $5; Graham $1; Sullivan, C. A. Knight Everett establishment of Camp Blanding Beginning next Sunday regular Sunday or

DUabeth H a w e. who said Lawtey $11.83; Rising $1.40; Vanderbilt Sullivan I and A. O. Andrea. Ruth Mun-hee, daughterof here the Most Rev Joseph P. services will be held at 11 A. M. : his dealers Immediately

union is Spinach." Men $1.20; B. H. S. $36.92. Mr. and Mrs L. M. Murrhee Hurley, Bishop of the Diocese of and 3 P. M. each Sabbath. All I thereafter

|lll be amused and a little Colored schools: Water Oak $1.09; Salvage ClothingThe of Lawtey. has been promotedito St. Augustine, s elected I Father are Invited and urged to attend. However i It Is likely that the

ared by It;; women will find l.J.E. $12.40; Brooker $1; Thur the rank of Private First ClassIn Murphy to establish a new mission scarcity of kerosene on the At-

both hilarious and practical. ton $7.78; Hampton $1; Lawtey Senior Girl Scouts are making the Marino Corps Women's church ha Starke. a community Barbecue Reopens lantic seaboard for civilian cookIng -

j LOVE AT FIRST FLIGHT I Training $3.10. themselves responsible for Reserve. 8 be" stationed at that at that time held and heating will continue ;

Chas. Spalding and Otis Mrs Duke wishes to thank salvage of clothing. Anyone having Camp Elliott. Calif. A graduate; but five Catholic families.It After being closed for ten critical for several weeks and

krney tells of Ensign Dowd's school teachers for making the bundle may contact Mrs. of B. H. S., she was a bookkeeperfor took Father Murphy exactly days because of lack of fuel, the will remain tight for:, the duration "

frsult of his wings which .943 drive so successful. Colson or phone 187, 99. or 17 the New York Life InsuranceCo. three months. to bring about the Victory Barbecue, E. P. Noegel according to an over-the-

akes up the most hilarious The seal sale total through ring 2 and the girt will be gladto .. In Jacksonville before enlist. erection of a bea u 11 I f u 1 little I proprietor, reopened the first of week-end administration statement by the petroleum -
war.
in the Marine J (Continued on page 8)) the week. ,for
them lag
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'because I didn't have the brass at a camp in Alabama. He is the where they went last week on Jabbo is stationed at Blanding. I H Maclnnes H, Hun Janclto.whose. addr." ,?--
(C1'I.| ,
: THE BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH to get up before the congregation von of Mrs. Jennie Austin and Slate business. Dudley HInes of Jacksonville Fleet Post Office Nee-; \\;.?" ,, ,
New York
of saints and try to hoodwink the was drafted In November. Mrs. G. S. Chambers has goneto spent' the week-end with relatives I You are required t t" ,,, ,

,j I.tllhl".hfld 1877 Lord by telling how pious I was. Little Clarence Lang, infant son Inverness to visit her mother here.I I January,. 31st., 1944. In 'ii,'" "

A 11 Now I don't blame anyone for of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Lang Mrs. Walter Ward. I Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Drew and "" *
MSM1138RP1AmU4 objecting to war on religious Is very 111 at this wrtlng.! He hart Mrs. P. D. Fancher was takento ( daughter Jacqueline, and Ulna I"..U..,. ttradfoid Countt,! '"."" ;'",

PRESS\ ASSOCIATION grounds or otherwUe. I'm a conscientious had the flu and It settled, In one Riverside Hospital in Jackson- 11 Jeannette Reynolds of Jackson- .. weekly publish,Issues...this OKI.t .:, "

NAImuEDrroRlALAsS0cJAnct4.: objector to war and also of his legs. His mother took him ville Tuesday morning. ville spent Sunday with Mr. and I Witness my hand MI, 'I
seal at Htarke.
I hell but there doesn't seem Mrs' Math Wasdlu. Florida Hi,,s f) .
to to Jacksonville. to the doctor Friday Mr. and Mrs. M. E. Grlner wentto her 28th. 1943.OFFICIAL "
to be much I can do to stop either D. McKInney and sn.( Frank, ( HEAL"' ) A I 11 I i '
E. U :Matthews, ._ _uh_ Editor and Owner Gainesville Tuesday for medIcal ( here I As Clerk of said Court! "J
one of them coming when they'redue of Sampson were visiting ..
Miss Betty Austin a former treatment which was not T. Frank r andrum. Blurk
to arrive. Fact Is I objectto pupil at Clay Hill, visited the available here. Sunday. Atty. for Pit. 13.31 i rton tt \trl'I
HI;US('KIT'I ION HATKYearly. hell a lot more than I do to

Yt $1.73; Six!: Month: $1.00 war, for I'm too old to be drafted,, several Mrs. C. H. Cope has gone to IK: fiiirtrr /'Ol'itT. hll'I'onD. 1
fOIMTYt POIIIUll 1% tll '%'-
but from what I hear, a fellow Mr. Nash spent the week-end Jacksonville to visit relatives. ('.:11 V. JUST 1

Published \\erkly on PrlilajN und Entered all Second Clu n Matter never gets too old to be classified4F children Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Rhodenof nyal'A.'smlth, Plaintiff, vs. Mary
with his wife and near Jane Smith Defendant. Case No.
at the l'(Mt Office at Starke, Florid by Satan! Hawthorne.Mr. Waldo were guests of Mr. and 2M21.
Mrs. Angus Davis Sunday. ORDER OF PITBL.ICATIOV: AND THINE
Wester butchered hogs on NOTICE Tf APPEAR
CLAY HILL Monday. Mr. and Mrs. William Tuckerof STATE OF FLORIDA to Mary
A Sound Suggestion Jackson v 111 l e were Sunday Vane Smith: whose residence Is %
Asa Taylor and wife have mov-
A. Uennttt, Drocton Illinois.
W.
The plea of Secretary of the Navy Frank Knox for By Lura BurgessCorrespondent ed In with Mr. Wester and will guests Bradley.of Mr. and Mrs. J. M. January You are 3bt.required, 194. In to appear the. abDv.nam..d on. .

one year of compulsory military training for every boy NO HUNGER IIEKG farm Aunt the LIllie place.Wilkinson gave the Mrs W. E. Malone, now living plaintiff Court seeks ami divorce.cause, Bradford wherein r *

: when he attains the age of 17 or 18 years should be acted There has been rain, rain. The children a talk at school Mon- 1, In Macclenny, was a guest of County thin Order Telegraph lit next. four shall weekly l publish I.- i

upon by Congress at once, while the nation is fully con- people who had the flu are nearlyall day. She is a former scchool Mrs. L. Watts Tuesday. sues.Witness
and official
Little Rivers Stubbins Is hand
I Mary my
scious of the dangers of unpreparedness and before the well. The rain has made lots teacher and they are always gladto of Real I at Starke Florida this December -
of greens, cabbage collards turnips have her. She said Ida Mae rejoicing over the gift a pony 27th, 1943. yspa"7
pacifists begin 'to get in their deadly post-war agitation and mustard. The head lettuce Tarbell, the educator and writer I{ saddle, bridle and all) from her An(OFFICIAL. Clerk of SEAL'said; Court.) A. J. Thomas t

about the "dangers of militarism". her cousin. father Dr. R. P. Stubbina. Starke, Florida
la especially nice and the who died recently, was T. Frank I.andrum.
11 In addressing a Boy Scout Council in Cleveland last week rutabagas. The sweet potatoesare Rev. Clarence Knight is our The brevity of this column this Atty. for Plf. 12-31 4t 1-21
week Is caused by the illness of
at
and
in the bank-and delicious Daptlst minister preaches
Secretary Knox said : "There is no safety or peace in un- correspondent. NOTICE
I when baked. Many have made Maxvllle. He has a wonderful your TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN:
s preparedness. The unspeakable folly of the theory that we syrup last fall, as much as 100 truck garden and sells to the You are hereby notified to file of D
your claim against the estate
I
1 a are more likely to resort to war, or become involved in war, gals Nearly every farmer has I Jacksonville market Rev. Knight THERESSA W. T. McKver, deceased duly
butchered, bas meat cured and was In World War I. By Mire Ida Hagan- worn to. with Jfon. 13. K. Perry F1
because ] the of
we are reasonably prepared against danger man. County Judge o t Bradford
as you pass by you can see smoke Mrs. Harvey Padgett has been County, at Btarke, Florida within
has been made ] that few will be found to Herbert Clovelsettle S 1-c and
war, so plain deny coming from a building where 111 for the past week. eight months from date of first
his wife and visit- publication of his notice or your
daughter were
it. the meat l is being smoked. There Robert Taylor is drilling\ a well claim will be barred by statute, of
' was a good crop of pecans whichare on his farm south of the school I ing her mother. Mrs. Loper, re- limitation ,a
;''G Secretary Knox logically suggests that the age of 17 cently. I.. J. Wynn, Executor
still being harvested. Yes, house. It is In the hog lot, to Hampton Florida
or 18, the time when most boys finish high school and Mrs Ralley Mrs. Ben Loper 12-31 4t 121.
there Is plenty of food at Clay water the stock.
either go to work or to college, would be the ideal time fora Hill Bud Roe la the Janitor at the and M. Loper were visiting in TM past ..mm r Ant

year of his life to be given to his country for the school house. He does an excel- Starke Saturday TO WHOM NOT.IT MAY C.CONCERN] : lea experienced lit iceifpldtmlc
IIIUNGS! !SCHOOL, WOOD Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Kelsay
let Job sweeping. He lives at the Thin. IM to certify that. 1 have
of ImtamtUe
( y purpose of training him physically, mentally and spiritu- Aubrey Brlnaon hauled more farm with the Wester were shopping In Starke Satur- filed my final return and accountIng f

ally for citizenship, "the first duty of which is service in wood to the school house Friday.He family.Taylor day.F. of Henry as AdmlnlHtratilx John. Rolling of, the deceased estate, ralyit I* mamy gears

defense of his In of has furnished the wood since afternoon was the T. Kelsay was visiting and will on the ht day of February -
country case emergency". Thursday
t 1144! make application. to
Mr. Muse was drafted into the friends In Starke Sunday.
'11 The regular time for the Clay Hill Hon. E. K. Ferryman. Count Judgeof Think
suggestion of the of the fell
Secretary r
Navy .
on our treat
army. Last year the school was to the Walter Swindell was visitingin Bradford County Florida, for ?
P. T. A. meeting. Owing
't receptive ears in Washington, where one Congressional without wood for weeks. No one much \Illness the Starke Saturday. Final Discharge as said Admlnls-, war prodncliosi and of how Inhi
; rain and so tratrlx. paralysis, had It not been eounta' ,!
b advocate said "Military training would not only provide a could be found to cut It. The meeting was postponed. Mrs Ruth. D. Kolllng.12-31 Administratrix. 4t 1-21- might have sabotaged that war t tdoctloo.

reservoir of manpower which could be drawn upon quickly teachers and children are grateful Arthur Wilkinson is President GRAHAM -_ .

to Mr. Brinson for hIs help. Mrs. Fred Lang is Treasurer, By Mrs. Eva Strickland cinrt'ir! roricr. nn.. Kom"
in the event of another war but it would also Think
emergency, Lura Burgess Sec. ('Ill'vrv. 01..41 iIIIAN! how year Jima
serve the of improving the Nation's health IDEAL AMERICAN FAMILY Sgt. Jimmie Davis left Satur- ('Eli: 1'. dollars contributed to the AAppeals
purpose gener- South of the school house on Retha Bell Johns who was sever Florence. Renbold Plaintiff v.
day for Fort Eustis Va. after of The National Found
( A. Defendant' Cane
leorne' Itenbold
ally and develop the individual's self-reliance". the road ely burned when her clothing
to Mlddleburg there La
spending a few days here with his No. 2933.OIlDF11t. for Infantile Paralysis helped i
,x We confidently hope that this legislation, when pre- a log church called Clay Hill. It caught fire Is Improving slowly. brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and OF PUBLICATION AND the epidemic threat. to oar vital|
Carter celebrated her NOTICE TO APPEAR
Sadie effort.
Is Holiness
sented to Congress, will be enacted with the speed that it a Church and has a twelfth birthday Saturday. FrIday Mrs. Roy Reynolds.Rev. STATE HI FLORIUA to: Cleorge
good attendance. On the front W. C. Burton left Fridayto A. Kenbold whose. residence. Is 215
certainly deserves. seats of that church you will see her teacher at school had a spend a few days In Jackson Newell' Ave., Asbury. Park New Think how .e
bright beaming faces. One tall party for her which was a taffy Jersey mind. and'skill la medicine <

i' large outstanding person is pulling. Many more happy birthdays ville. January You are 31Mt.required, 1944 In to appear the above on with the epidemic|bow .ppli..,|
Mr.
and Mrs.
The
Remain Harley Starling
Only Worthy FreeAs pltal equipment, respirators a
lie BroOk-I Sadie. Sadie is the eldest named Court and cause wherein
Mosley and there and sons of Brooker were visiting plaintiff seeks. divorce and support.. rates of all kind were nub.the .
+ the calendar enters 1944, grim predictions of allied away Is his wife Rose. child of Mr. and Mrs Ed Carter.Mr. relatives here Sunday. Bradford 'ounty Telegraph shall stricken area so that all vk
I Is also veteran of publish. thin' Order In next tour
Carter a .
lie was In World War I and la a rich regardless of ,r|
or
Mr. and Mrs. Roy and . poor ace
Reynlds weekly issues.Wltnese
political and military leaders rank foremost in the minds
of bit hard hearing-but he and his World War I. He owns his own sons spent, a few last week . my hand and official creed or eolor could have ad

all people. Nineteen-hundred-forty-four is the year of de- children, Earl Hazel Bell. Don- home and farms not far from with Mr. and Mrs.days Frank Rey- .Heal at 28th.Starke 1943., Florida this December hospital and medical care

cision. It Is the year of total war and destruction, death ald, Marcus and Nathan farm He Clay Hill School. nolds in Reddick. fOFo'ICtAt.oIN.I.: .) A. J. Thomas Think
built his own house, which Is always Uncle Ellaha Lang and Mr. and AH Clerk ..f said Court. a>ain of it* m
and suffering. It may well be the year of military victory- clean and neat. The child- Mrs. Fred Lang went to Baldwin Mrs. Delma McKenzie of Jack- T. Frank I.nndrum Starke, Florida Scent Job your dime and
for IMf. 12-31 1-21
sonville Ally. 4t
few
spent a days recentlywith have done
thanks to the of fighting and the American business. in fightloc this
courage our men ren are model children at school Wednesday! on
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. IN ciitrt'\rr f'nfiiT. in Ai FoniCOIXTl. > this past summer.ThTUkwk.t.
r production miracle. and anywhere. They are as one The church service at Long J, H. Surrency. Mrs Surrency : FOKlllAl 1l'11.1"\-
Branch Sunday P. M.. was well ('FRY.Florence.
I t Armament production in the United States has reached teacher described" them "an Ideal attended Rev. Cutshaw has had has been In bed with flu. Fenner Maclnnes, Plaln- ) 1944 mayl.j .
t' it American family. They all work Lt. and Mrs. Jabbo and daughter tiff. VH. Juhn N. Maclnneu. Defen . e do not know. Bat we dob
staggering proportions, made possible] by the productive -they have a large strawberry flu but recowed. The cemeteryat have moved to our little town dant. Cane No 234OUDKIt that we need your help to will

: genius of free enterprise. In the hands of 10,000,000 American patch and raise many vegetablesfor Long Branch IS one of the and( are welc o m e d here Lt. NOTICE OK PUBLICATION TO APPEAR AND .....1..This i yoar fightfir
and their market. Truly, B r o o kale most beautiful In all this section. STATE OF FLORIDA to: John N.Carpenter's all of the human benefit syrnhla ,
men companions in arms, they are America'sanswer the Stan and Then-*"*
Rube Mosley and Evelyn Carter iv: nnn IT coi liT Stripes.
makes his land pay. In his woodshe 1111 \I)KOIII> r
to the warped leaders of Europe and Japan who has some giant pine trees were married last Monday. Congratulations COI rill: (\TV V. Fl.OIIIUti *! ('||.\'\ .

have challenged our freedom. i that have never been tapped. He and wishes for much fjlbe' eopolil Lel: t>ovtc. now known GET TIMESPEEDY Fight InfantileParalysis
tae Leonard I. l i'lahttirf.I I ,
But have Is justly proud of his land, home Joy for them. >ov. VB SURE
we no cause to rejoice. Tens of thousands Hebecca Volpert l.ebovlc, Defendant sit
and children.AN Calle No. 2834. v No
9 of our men must die in 1914!) to meet the challenge of the FLA. STATE FARM ORDER OF rrFILIC-ATIOV |

,r t dictators. The people were 'told when the war started that OI'I<:N LETTER: AND NOTICE TO APPKAIt
I By. E. It. Bouvler 8TATK OK FUJRIIJA to: KehvceRoluert .
He.e Is an open letter to Clay \ Lcliovlo whoa residence. l ..,lend your Dime and I DIn
would "
they have to make sacrifices. They told that
were
; Hill\ \ Folks from one of the teachers '' Pfc. C. M. Priest is at home; on unknown.You /NP/EST/O/ President Roosevelt all

this was total war. And, yet, other than those who have : 'I' a ten-day furlough from King- February are 7th.required. 1944. to In appear the above on While Home to that all our J

given their men, no one has so far made an iota of real January 15, 1944 man Field. Arizona after being plaintiff named, Court:seek! *and:divorce.cause, ITudfnrrt wherein. drfn of Today may have af

'1 sacrifice. Dear Friends: gone for a year. He will go to (I'minly Telegraph, shall publish this pier and healthier Tome
Just a line on this day which Salt Lake City to complete his Order In next tour weekly IMXUP
But sometime in the not-too-distant future at home Witness pry hand and official veal
we, clebratea my comIng to the school course in aerial gunnery. at tnrke, .Florida this January JOIN THE
must find out what total war means, even ',though we may three years ago. These have been Gideon Powledge of Tallahasseeand 3rd 1941IOFFI'iAI.

never feel the impact of bombs on our cities. busy happy years here and I have J L. Williams have returned A* Clerk of. BKAt said Court.A. J. Thomas lARCH of DO!

learned to love and appreciate from Walter C. Hardvnty. UaytnnaUeseb. Drug Store
a trip to New York City JMJVIMJIV .441
li A pretty good indication of how
find Fla.
we are going to Clay Hill people. At the University Atty for Plf. 1-7 4t 1.2'

out can be seen in the gusts of bitter controversy sweeping of Florida I have studied

S through the land over strikes, taxes, subsidies and infla] the history of Clay County I

tion. They are the prelude to the storm. When It hits in turned back the pages of time zti BUY
and read of your ancestors and aid KEEP em"I
full fury, the 'test of our love of freedom will be upon us. I found them quite worthwhile. 1 I I, em

No person in this nation can ever shut from his mind have studied with loving Interest

the awful vision of the last days of 1943 in which 1,000 your health problems. I like to
k pull the little ones' teeth, to doc
marines lay dead the beaches of little
r? on one South Pacific tor their sores and give first aid

island. Those men died for the right to be free. We at I to wounds--because', they are my

home have yet to prove worthy of the freedom for which :I children you are my people. Don'l

p they died. ,ever doubt my deep love for all ol VBR

you, that my whole-hearted Interest I %
..1 lies in your children be-

cause of that love and understanding. I

at, UNCLE That everything I do or say :1
Is for the good: of you and yours $ i1ii "

and this community. Do not ever
k. J UE'S.JAW doubt my sincerity. I may In p' OP1DSI

my zeal make mistakes but for-

give me and help me on. I enter
the school room each morning I taaN'Mi,

with a sung a smile, deep gratitude t., \ 11\

1 L k' By J. U IIARRRLX. to God for this chance to

----- work-and always a prayer 1 PEDe
have found that appreciateme
you
It would seem that thIs humble that we don't have any of these
column Is: read and appreciated I so-called "rell g i Iou s objectors" and my efforts-so I am
happy. I plan to with
stay jtm-
by a few of the Bradford County among our Bradford County boys.
''i I many years and some day I have
boys who are In uniform and. i I I've been wondering Just what the
visions of electric lines
tt scattered to the four coiners of heck a religious objector la any- throughour

thi earth. I've had letters lately i way, and I guess my friend Trube beloved community and good
( roads so as to have
an easier
from Edward: Walnwrlght How- I wat right when he said l It was
ad !.Miner Wllllaui\ Women and : a human being who wanted religious 'way to market the vegetables.We .

( Hill rendarvls, among others. As freedom but didn't have the will have telephones and per-

I fey call me "Uncle Joe", I fet-l{ Intestinal fortitude to fight for haps a postofflce with air mall

d, like I hay an Interest In more III) service. Dreams visions of tomorrow -

than one unit of Uncle's fighting I've had where there will be no
quite bit
a of experience
Florida Crackers who are out to more hookworm no malaria no> \
with some of these narrow typhoid fever Never doubt r
get the scalps of Hitler and Tojo. my Ii .Jr. \
:| minded lobe I'-sidell who love for your children and Clay
I
don't know just how It got
thought they were the Hill people.
only oneswho'd
by the Navy censor, but Bill' ,I ever reach the Your loving teacher

description or "clarification" of I gat..". One brother In the church pearly Lura Burgess. ,
all Jups-Tojo In p.arttcular-was and his wife '
thought It was aideadiy Hubert
Padgett Is ill with flu. .
extra good and If heed been talK-
1t I sin for me to
use tobacco Ills four little _
boys have beenabsent
Ing about anyone elau but a Jap for drink a bottle of ice-cold beer N
; I'm afraid St. Peter would have from school to care for
? all the reason I could get out their father. The father Every American fighting man has a dream. A dream
him marked with !I works can help his dream
up a long of them wa that they themselves come true sooner-by doing
on a
string of demerits. Bill mild he didn't like government job for the of a day to come-of the
to smoke and when
day the
preferred
Navy, near Feinandina. war is the
had In his won. little
a
surprise pocket for things asked of We
,' I strawberry noUa pop to suds. Harrison us to speed Victory.
Tojo and If I'm Mosley and wife have When
right In he
suspecting { Then there was can return to home and
the
good old both family and friends
that It's a I b..enII\ with flu. Their can buy bonds and
of
package the son
extract j brother who made extra long more bonds, and keep the*,
of TNT then I can'l I Hairy works In a ship yard at
once live
help to in the
prayers: In church again of
on Sunday and ways We home
r r but worry for fear he may alt put water In the milk and tal :Tampa.high school Margaret at Green is attending peace. at and keep on doing it-till the boys come home
down Cove
,1 too hard some day and low In the butter Springs.
damage the seat uf hU pants'! I I week He during theI Lula Mao Is in the 7th grade at IOITIIO UNOtt AUIHOIITV OF Till COCA-COIA
ail I waan't COMPANY IY
good J 'Clay 1111I.Fllrlt'y.
Well anyway I sure am glad ,, enough to be a church member STARKE COCA-COLA
Austin Is BOTTLING
now stationed CO.p.nll
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JANUARY 21. 1.44 BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STARKE. FLORIDA PAGE TIIKKK, i,



I[ I.H.S. HIGH SCHOOL NEWSSTAFF Air very old Corps B.excited n. uniform.s.,to'. halls see Hear Evelyn sporting he Hall.was an BHS Cagers Defeat Hawthorne 20-17 ; j t


... Whatta' we have here ? Return Engagement With Waldo TonightPlaying
Boy O Boy, did you sec thpt
- -
basket ball game Sat. night. Did
Susie Seesit their third rpgularly noticeable In ih- teamwork among, '
Freddie Editor-in-Chief Wlmberly JOIN the James Reddish (Tucker) shine,, scheduled game of the current I iho local imiH, as was demonstrated IS.\\' .ll'IKWt
,
or did heVe! really took Hawthorne season against l a strong quintet 1 in the last half of the "" iiic iiiiiilnii to iippcur' on
Co-Editor FvlHiiitiji' 14th iM4. In the nliovaiiniiiiMl
Virginia Sewell HI pals and gals old Susie is I for a ride 20-1 T. It was from Hawthorne the BHS cagera. \ Hawthorne game The Waldo runt unit tauntwhrmln

Senior BiographiesIs ready for another relapse after really a grand game. But say after trailing during the entire 1 boys, fresh from a 35-24 winIov'r I plaintiff""lllltN IVIl-Klllpll nu. <'k-< ajviii.; .h,11" .I,.. i uuirii,
"
Hazen, Roberta Whltfleld this hectic week-end and my mor- ''B. II. S. isn't rep't'sent"d.vt'ry first half defeated their oppon- i i Melrose l last week, air <>xI CI,'"'''' In Hi-Hi 1 four weekly llltlillHh IHHIICH.IlllM

News .u Marjorie Davis al sho Is slipping. After going to well come on out kids, we really ents by the close margin of 20- I I peeling to duplicate their winhere sent M'lliicMH at ,Htmk. ,my, hand.Klotlilii.. unit this urrii jBn-lal I

its ,._..-,?,..____,. Darby Peek of DIMES the regular Friday night danceto got a good team and you sure 17, In the Armory here Saturday | and a first class! game IH u"'y, hi h.. 1944
Edgar Wilkinson find myself almost alone. will have a good time. (Take It night. (expected. Both teams play clear \M I"t.I'II'IAI.1.Clerk) | | uf,. .) A.. J. Thomas
sold
ial) Features __ Lola BlechaJo What's this I hear about Lorene from Susie) The next game Is Hawthorne struck early In the | ball, and the game will be refereed : |P. Muli-nhv.ttiiirt.lMunril lirnlmm Hull.-,

Caldwell, Jimmy Davis, JANUARY 1431If I M. having three dates Saturday Wednesday night at 8:00: and we first quarter, as forward Thomas ( by two Instead of one "Ally:IMIC .JarkHotivMIr for j-if. Florlilu.. 'in 4t 2-4
thy Faxon Phyllis Martin night? Wonder what the verdict play Branford. See you there- and Llghthouxer each mink a field referee thereby Insuring fair play. _
Melverna Thornton was ? Gee whiz I'm lucky if I I I Susie. goal before the Tornadoes could Ample seating space Is provided i\ i'mi'IIP C'OIII'I' 1tuFIUI'.olln
YOU are suddenly stricken I le'I't. 'I.ullln'l I' _
for the and 1111\
nbly Martha Lee Martin with INFANTILE PARALYSIS have three a month. Ret going' Center Penner then ,game, special I Margaret Stringfellow I You should have been down In I HONOR ROLL Rank two free throws for flaw.thorns ticket prices are extended to 'nol- James A. Vtipnvr. I'lnlntlff, vs' .
of what where
who
regardless or ,
dlrrs and their wives. Flute! I I. Vnincr. Ix-fiMiilanl, CIIHH
you are in the United States or Home EC. Friday to see thosegirls' 12th Grade and Forward Reddish and No: 2844.I .
Editorialy Mercer each scored field I High sealers/ for the name WI-M. I III.UMI OK frill.ic\TlnN
Its possessions here's what The I model their completed garments Emory Brown Center a I \\li" N"0 VI-I-KXU::
National Foundation for Infan- they made themselves. Darby Peek goal for Starke. Dinkins' free, ;( Reddish with nine points fr'l'I I 8TATH] (II.' 1 1.lItIl'n".v. ..
hero is President Rooxer St.uko, amt I'ennrr with ollKI ; Viirncr, n'IUIHK ,n-xlili-m' K .
tile Paralysis will d o for I Looked around to see If I coulJ Olin White throw early In the first quarter HIUioiite
you
iup I I Hotilh ( ""-"lIn...
Margaret Merrlck for both
15-year- :Mr. Powers but Lola Dlecha ended with the HHS the teams: .
on
see or Zlegfeld boys
1 .I
through Its n a t i on-wide local | i i ajfit' | '" .11' "uFrhl
Julz Kid, said not long ago i Chapters: : they weren't in sight. Then all Mary Jo Caldwell short end of 159 score. t| for Huwlhoine, Th starling lint1i I .I ..I.i 7th : I'M I' .,? 'h :,:uto

Ire him because I have Inge -I I Provide medical and sUI'gical'care. ( of a sudden I realized I wan In Dolores Creekmore Both teams made four polnls ,i :Stark. I ::rl:1'\rr': ;;\ I. ..lk..I""I'1: :; :: ;R', ,! i.in:, :i
paralysis too. He said the Bradford High School Which. Haven Crosby In the second frame and the load, I I Reddish F I'linnlv, Telegraph shall ruMlsIiIHlH /
he got It: 'I'll beat this hospitalization, orthopedic Dinktns !"' 1 (..IllldlIII' IIKXt f.llllUlIltlv. t.I t.-|
''broke up my beautiful dream. By MarJorle Davis margin held by Hawthorne .remained Mtl..>H.
and he learned to walk equipment, an Iron lung, if necessary the way guess you all (you can tell Lou Iso! Crosby the same. Karly In the Mercer C I 'Vltn...." my hniul' sad off(. Nilwnl
I have always told and whatever other suppliesand Monley G HI Hlnikt, l-'loilclu' Slits ..lininiirv -
my to I'm a Southern Belle, not Bell Myrtle; Dobbs third quarter the Starke offense 4lh. 1944. !
material needed
are give
er that, if President Roose- : Telephone either) know the title Mary Drlskoll bosnn to click as forward Reddish Bernlo O IOKKICIAI.( "HKAI.) .\. J TIlolnilNAPI
you the best care and treatment I "'"'I'k of ..111 l,l Court.
walk t "
[learned to again I IGall 1111'"'> 1
possible of this song "The Dreamer". Yes Dorothy Faxon sank three field goals and T KiilnU" l IA".UI11.. HtitlUn.) ,lMm. 'UlitI
too. And she did! I 'that's all I know of It too. nee Georgia Gilpln one free .shot for a total of seven" Thomas I I All) for I'lf. 1-7 4t 1-28
< At the time I __
same to reduce LlKhthouacrSurrency
years ago Margaret was saying i was going to learn the Phyllis Hazen points, while holding the Hawthorne --
I I'Ii IIICII (01 HIIII! \liri>HIi >
the of
aton-twlrler for the high possibility your being 'song but everytlme I start singIng Phyllis Martin boys scoreless. The fourtl.tuIII.tel' I I't'nnel' '01" \I'h .'I.UIlIIt'1 11111 \_
band land blue-ribbon win- stricken the National Founda- It that's as far us I get. Any- Margaret Sapp found both teams even aa! I C I.a.: t.
t.nl-i'ii, It. HiinkliiH. I'liilntirr" VH.
OI' horseback riding diving tion Is sponsoring a program of : one who can complete this song Virginia Sewell center Penner scored four points I I Ferguson I.ul.i I'? llnwkln, perendaul.rase. .
ling and tennis. Suddenly scientific research to find the will be awarded a Pepsi-Cola, Hazel Starr"Melverna for Hawthorne. McRae and )Dink- No 2S4.Vj
(day, during an Infantile cause, cure and prevention of the also a soda cracker, If he or she Thornton Ins two each for Starke. I-FIGHT INfAIIIIU j I UIII'KU AND: :NOTIl'H OK' I'I'lU.Il'ATloV To' AI I'I'I'AItST.I'
sis in dread disease. I l : OK "'1.01111'" In I.U InK ,
epidemic Chicago will Just report up at Hall's Sub- Dorothy \Va hereon Referees for the game were PARALYSIS :. llnwkhiN' where rrsldrnes. IHlinilti.
ret's home town she was | Whether or not you are stricken station. Guess you all know that Roberta Whitfield Brown and helms, Camp man 4. ..'n .Mr \V (1. (Itoim MiirWiintiiMn. -
Ken and paralyzed from the with infantile paralysis you Is Evelyn }(all's house by now. 11th Crude ding JANUARY 14-31 Ninth I'arollnnYou .,
are iiiilrcil| to iipptnr' onKolHiiniv
Jlown. | can help fight the Great Crip- The Greens and Johns gals nam- Merle Grlder Tonight (Friday. ) the Starke TI' Ii.. 11144 In' the "hllve|
|le In bed. she read a.. many pier. Join the March of Dimes ed It that after breezing In and Barbara Home boys meet Waldo for the st'conil --- I' Ina tiled' Court, nmlntiHi. whiipln.
'pliiliitlff, Hf-pkM tirnilforil
I" i 1111'11'1' cm HI-, 1111 tfSOI11) illvntcc I
books In three months and Dollars by sending your con I out t there now for days. How Marian Johns time this .season having lost the INTfl.flHIHtl IN < llKIIV. c\- ( niiiity Tt-i| >Krnih| shall publish. this t
tribution to The White House when ( : Ihvlrr'. III next four weekly t.M""".
ead about huh ?
everything mystery that Evelyn Allene Kelley first encounter by the same margin .
\VllnrHn hnml and! rriilnlHiHi
Marv l'rnniN MII11I' "". !1'ttilntlfr my i"
b, Shakespeare poetry i the Appeal Is on January 14th Anyone wanting! Informant Euntace!: Kelley In which they won from Hawthorne VH llmry I.. Hlniimnii, liHlVndiitit.l'MHO II t Htiirko, Kluililu. thin Junnnry -
books and to the 31st and help conquer three Nettled No. 2562.ntthrtt 4th 1044.
biographies Billy points. bylosing
about the basketball game 1 In MathenyCarlos : 01"' T'PIU.\TION' A.. J. Thomas,
s, one of the reasons why polio!It Gainesville Friday night askI Meyer .,, the opener coach Hobbs AM I> Nivrifpj] TO "AI'I'KAH\: AH fli-rk of HHliI.. Oitnrl.OlT'HIAr.
: a Quiz Kid: broadcast Mar- I Mat'- Mack Frttch tint been drilling his boys dally, 8'P\TM UK I Kl.0ltll to Marry ( MI:AI.Il'nhlM
Lora Crews. Hear and
t she T.. ,HinipHon.," whom address. In A23 A Knight! Hlmkc.' l<"'liu'HlaAttyx '
hand Is raised to answerns Senior Biographies I vln Johnt. Ellse Green's cousin. Philip Shuford N I and considerable Improvement l I' ,, Svawhlnirtnii Avenue, Hinlnir' Lnki! for I'lf. 1 7" 4' I-:*

about science history I were seen at several of the spot Frances Colley ...
it events music literature II IIOWAKD Kl'NGE: there having "more fun that a. Dorothy Crosby ,

nathematlCH.fgaret Howard Runge is a newcomer barrel of monkles." Gee! that Marie Edwards I
became a' Quiz Kid from Sanford who. due to the sounds funny within Itself. Wyena Fairclolh. i

\2, and her keen sense of fact that his father la stationed Mary Jo could pro-bably tell Stella Hayes ,..
Is so explosive and cponJs at Camp Blandlng moved to you more about "Silver Springs" Hazel Packham
that at times even Joe I KIngsley Lake In 1942. He first since she visited there Sundayor Pansy Heddlsh
| Quiz Master is floored. went to Green Cove Springs to I Imagine she'd rather talk I Dorothy Rivera
y Margaret Is urging every- school but this year as a consequence about that certain someone who i Clarice Rosier I
contribute to the Annual of a limited choice of was with her. Lila Ray also was Mary Ellen Wasdln

of The National Founda- subjects in G. C., he decided to seen with a boy named Wayne. lOlh Grade HOW MUCH ,
[>r Infantile Paralysis Jan- come to Starke where he was Susie sho does feel slighted Luella Davis

4th to 31st. The lunds are elected treasurer of the senior that she wasn't Invited to the Eunice Griffis y I II

carryon the work of aid class surprise birthday supper for Lyle Kathleen: Judd, IS YOUR

Qfantile par alysls victims In Sanford Howard was elect- Anderson Monday night. Lyle WUla Jean Malone '.
onsoring pVogram of lab- I I I ed to the Key Club when he wasa is "Sweet sixteen. now. As Susie Dorothy Mott I'I
research to find the cause sophomore. He was a memberof 'says "Better late than never" Seletta Sparks p :
WLFREDO
nd prevention of the disc the band and the Antlers Club. Happy Birthday, Lyle. Myrtle Thomas

c I When he graduates, Howard I Hear Charles M., Wayne S.. Marguerite Walnwrlglit I 'f
|m so glad to be able toBt hopes he can become a Naval ''and Key S., gave quite a show Roy Howard Ay
a little bit," sad( Mar- Deck Officer. I Sunday night when they dressed Lila Rae Caldwcll WORTH ?

Puo many people were kind up like girls. "Say Boy your Ethel 1 Mae .Curling '".
.during the time' I was CORREC'I'IONATTENTION slip In showing. Esther Grlffls I,

: In Mr. Bates' Say'! have you seen that good Betty Jean Hiatt I
biography an untrue statementwas looking hair-do Mrs. Oxborne has Merry Beth Knight
I [WAR BONDS made. Mr Bates did not Sho does look pretty. Susie sho Dili Grade YV7T"KrM
graduate from Baylor College In don't know what to do with her' Elmer Johns I t

e the change to the Waco Texan, but did graduateand hair, but thanks Mrs. Oaborn, Marian Brown M
receive his letters from Stet you gave me a wounderful idea Moore I
Joyce
CH OF DIMES son University. I I Notice George Flynn around Harvene Watteraon

8th Grade
Claude Johns ,t _) '

Rudolph Sapp
June HellCarolyn
, ColsonMal'guerlle

Fowler
'fftm Audrey Prevail

Leon KlhnjUon: fr _

Bobby Frazier y" e' rat r fit
Billy Smith'

Donna Lou Cannon I I't1f

Ona Demorest w ___
Dolores Karney
t' Barbara Mayhugh e

Edith Manning

Blanche Nazworth ,.
Jeanette Priest t&w t-

Frances Skipper7th

/ Get Rid off Grade
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Carbon In Harlowe Fraden
Janet Anderson

/ CombustionChamber June Caldwell I

"Patsy Dew
Danella Jordon
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*Nancy LlKhlfoot

Stop OH Pumping Virginia Mllllgim the !

and you'll get better and Spark Plug Audrey Isabelle Moore Parkel'I


performance at lower cost! Fouling Peggy Bertren Wiggins Curry j I .

Van I'rlest

for YOOS Remora Sludge Emanuel Tlllakas r9"wAR
will 00 Madge Brownlee .
in
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aglr9tl t1 ?o""o'. Deposits Betty Ann Flynn

t. 0.5t 4. i,,,,pie :tw Patsy Ruth Hall

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a. < _... of 6o"OQ "o'o"Q'0 e Straight "A" students.
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f\O\.,011' Rings ' 4T" WAR LOAN

Come, in . Bradford County High School eowldn'*

Have your car engine "de-i/uc/ged" foa> yf Clean Sludge announces Its basketball schedule: .-Y ou" ""one v ,his",,,0..
for the 1944 season all follows: Remomb allDOM -
Clogged OilScreen
Jan. 19-Braoford' in Starke buY a pinchoft fa"ur. to provide
Jan. 21-Waldo In Stark lost ,,, protect thth .
Jan. Gainesville In Gainesville Is of "" BUY
/CHEVROLET/ left All Beck the Attack) needs 0".0" lo.e I
BUY WAR BONDS and scans IberoUt'Wof
\ fJ Jan. 28-Open ideals them
Feb. 2-Lake Butler In Starke Bonds'.. elJ'f -
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Feb. -Hawthorn In Stark

IN SERVICE Feb.Feb. Branford 11-Bolles In In JacksonvilleFeb. Starke ,
FIRST
16Lake City In Starke

Feb.Feb. 23 19---Gainesville Boll.. In Starke In Starke j.Jr1I'JlC ] 1II1 A i

Feb. 25-.Lake City I In Lake


rode Chevrolet Co... Feb.City 29-Baldwin in StarkeIn

three games already played
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UNION HUH
STATIONLACY .-._
Bradford lost to Waldo 31-28, -
FLORIDA ran from Lake Butler 41-20 and CONWAY, Aliens
STARKE Tctnole Avenue Pboae 141AY
won from Hawthorne 2017.




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>.,,tul'UU.; a JOINTV) ; TKLECiltAi'H.' STARK!!:. FLORIDA FKIDAT, JANUARY 21, i 19141I

: PAGE FOUR I to Mrs. Blair who sacrificed sibly be enough for a pack of which was performed in an im J

:; CommanderAt I goes her regular "day off" and put hungry high school kids so she presslve manner. I'

Starke Welcomes New Camp Blanding ''In full time at hard labor . sent a whole dozen! . Expres- Following the service Mil

11 Excellent work, girls . And If sions I Love: Joe Wilson's on Green again took the chali. car

Brilliant Reception Held In usa Club Here I there Isn't a bright and shiningstar meeting you a second time In the Ing upon the following insrnlliag
"We've howdy'ed.but officers Miss
In your crowns, it won't be same evening: : Abble Holden Stale

with- because I didn't send in MY we haven't sh ok." . Bess Manager, who acted as install,,,

Brilliant event of the winter I tea table which was covered ....... ...- recommendation! . Burns'' : "Tired clean through tillLomorrow" Officer; Miss Amy Moore Slate\
social season was the reception an Imported Italian cutwork cloth .' . Gertrude Beas- District Manager and Stall
i R4:
given Colonel Walter E, Smith with Venice lace insets Camp F : t ley's: "Dog bust IU"! . Which cort, who was Installing .
Col- went
in Smith (the
l\IrM.
and Mrs. Smith and members of Blending colors were repeated i f'harming reminds me. . I have a little ant; Mrs. Jewel Braystatp <' I
the Colonel's staff by citizens of the floral centerpiece an elaborate ; onel's wife) pleased everyone withher expression of my own that is tain. who acted as Installing
of red American I . She was most 1
Starke In collaboration with civic arrangement cordiality quite appropriate right now: So Chaplain and Mrs Maude '
groups, chuiches and United Service Beauty roses, yellow snapdragons L _ _ attractive in black, wearing a I long . See you In the nextCarolyn. drew. State Musician whn will AH.
tinted blue orchid presentedto
Organizations, Thursday and narcissi gorgeous purple Installing Musician. ,
Smith This was flanked by tall red tap. her by the City of Starke . .
of last week Col. -
night ; r
at They were given Grove Honoi,1after
back
holders Bess Burns
Officer ers In low silver Glad to see
Commanding
IH the new which '
Dainty open faced sandwiches, a social function after being they proceeded with
at Camp Blandlng. ActivitiesAt the Installation of
Varied the
Circle {
iced few
guests at the door of hot biscuits. Individual cakes counted out for the past I
Greeting avenue at in yellow red and yellow mints weeks by flu . This event also USOYWCAHave A Memorial service followed J
the USO Club, Temple which the Circle
draped
meats were all the debut of Morgan the Char.
assorted marked
where the affair and nut I
Washington was held street, were, Mrs. W. B. served from silver trays and Darby at the USO . Says It Wide AppealMembers ter In remembrance of Mrs. Ella

and Mrs. K. O. Dun- bowls. Mrs. O. L. Beasley Gen made him so giddy he stayed Rimes Strickland, "Our Motherof
Sewell, Mr. Wives'Council
of the
I. and Mr. and Mrs. L A. Davis, eral Chairman of Arrangement awake until 3 o'clock! . .He BaysIt Army Starke Grove", Miss ABIJ)

can while those assisting In the for the reception, and Mrs A, Z. was the coffee . I say It will assist Miss Sara Moore speaking lovingly of M( C

rotunda were Mr. and Mrs Joe Adklns, poured.Mrs. I was the excitement of the occa- Reed director, at the "couple Strickland the deceased 8over.felgn.
.
Wilson, Mr. and Mrs Julius I Beasley wore an attractive sion Bad weather caused dance" on Saturday evening at
of black lace accentedby r ..,jjor' ents as The meeting was then tuinwi!
Edward Burns, gown ; I some entertaining mom
Thorn and Mrs of red camellas. 't '/ arrived with the USO operated by the YWCAat over to the social commlttei.. .Iad', '
callers to a corsage ladles In formals
the latter Introducing 201 N. Walnut Street The
charming In a hand and an a delightful visiting hour,
Mrs. Adklna was their shoes in one
the receiving line. couple dances, a regular activityat '
''t Those who received, In addi- grape crepe frock beaded (in gold I umbrella; In the other . Alice the club, are arranged 'especially eluded the evening's activity roD'I'

tion to Col. and Mrs. Smith and Fall roses were placed In her -: Evans and Sara Reed coming In for those service men whose

other military personnel, were hair.Mrs. D 1 1s I Ipoppln'I mad about the guard outside wives are living or visiting In Arthur Michael Darby"+
?-
C. A. Knight: Mrs L. A tai f refused to let
Mayor CharieR Darby Mrs. Herbert who firmly Mrs. Walter
p' Rltch, Mrs Jeanette Kin- I Canova. Mrs. L. I). Vining pis them park In front of the USO, Starke explained Mr. and Mrs. Chas A. Darin
director
r ,, x 4 Bateman. assistant program -
cald and W. B. Sewell. Mrs. Bertha Pea rce and Mrs ( 9 b Y A though they explained that they I Light refreshments will announce the birth I of a vo

Mrs. R. A. Green and Mrs. L. A. Howell Nasworthy were In chargeof 'Tsh were two lone ladles . He be served. Arthur Michael on Sunday l.m

Canova Invited guests to tea In the dining room. I Zi4! pointed to the darkened corner of 16, In the Alachua County Hot ,
than five hundred people "You Commemorative USO pins were pltal, Gainesville.
the club auditorium converted More the street and said, can parkthere" |{'
for the occasion Into an attractive attended the reception, truly a . They did . awarded at the Thursday lunch- r
turnout of Starke eon this, week to Mrs Herbert
lounge made festive by the representative Marriage Licenses
s citizens and Camp Blandlng military Duerr, Mrs. Eugene Hamm Mrs. }
of and greenery.Of
addition particular palms note were several I personnel, and surely a man. Spotted ItR' Jotted: Pat Lambe's LaVerne L e M a ster and Mrs. Carl F. Strickler and JeanJ"

i Intimate groupings of chairs and t festatlon of a cooperative bond Irish Lieutenant One the Weldon week- Richard Jaynes, each of whom Arehart, Jan. 6. I I li
,
C. McBride spending
"' to oetween the two. has given more than 50 hours of James Veal and
friends gathered Mary
divans where end at the Lambe domicile here Murray) i
4 chat. Fhe committee has asked that volunteer service at the informa Jan 8.Donald. i J
Pert little Betty Turner on
under the! direction Lion desk, serving behind the C. and !
A string ensemble all citizens be thanked throughthe the coldest day of the week car- Finnigan Bever y
played during snack bar, and assisting In the ly Wing, Jan. 5 I
of Sgt. Cleary
Telegraphfor of
Bradford County rying In her arms a promise
the entire evening. many activities offered by the Joseph G. Rollings and Jo,,.
their most gracious hos better days to come-a fragrant
A committee made
Kincaid responsible organization.
Mrs. Jeanette was of phlne Eitellorg: Jan. 8.,
for the beauty of the pit allly. cissi whlte-as-snow, Myrtle bouquet Anderson (Mrs.nar- up of Mrs. R. B. Kilgour, Mrs. Henry ,p. Woods, and Made',
Lucie Kreltler, Mrs. Thelma Teth- Peacok Jan. 8 i
9lM A W.) the reason so they say,
erton and Mrs G. A. Brandt,
AnJ
Eugene F. McClain and
Doris St. John home-like lunchesat
Supper Sgt. .. for all those
Birthday was warmly applauded by those Marie Crawford Jan. 7 I t

For Lyle Anderson Weds Sgt. R. H. ,J-Iam compliments the USO-YWCA.on a brand g I ea n new 1 ng attending when they were Introduced Raymond Brown and M'i'

as those responsible for Blanche Warren,Jan. 8 7
'
)
r. In Miami CeremonySgt. < v coiffure becoming as a baby'sbonnet
Mr and Mrs. J. L. Anderson Shown 'above are Brig. Gen. E. W. Fales (leftl) and. Col. WalterE which she was executed planning preparing, and serving Robert Edwards and
says
:y entertained a t supper Monday Doris St. John, chief clerk Smith ( right) as they'greeted<< each other at the 'ei-eptlon g.vej; by Lorraine Hartman , the; lunch. Showalter, Ja a. ,8 .

? evening for their son, Lyle. who of the Miami WAC Enlistment for Col. Smith here last Friday Chas A. Darby "p1 'OI' of r.ta.lce.Is ,, Jack Scanlan enjoying a "day Plans are being laid by the Ruben Mosley and, Emm'l

was celebrating his I sixteenth Station and daughter of Mr. and an interested onlooker as the men who guide: the destinies of off" Wednesday from his new council for future events, Includ- tef.' 'Jan10':
fh ing observance of the President's Earl R. Patterson and
birthday. 'The table, with covers Ms. C. B. Strickland of Starke Camp Blandlng exchange greetings. job aa manager of a Blending __ .__uu ____ .A
4 I Birthday and the Jan.
PX . Al Manaasa back homeIn on muuary "'It noy lu
a for eight was centered' with a became the bride of Sgt Robert 1 civvies . weekend of February 4, 5, and 6, John Warren Behrens, Jr., an'
.G large chocolate cake decorated In H. Ham chief clerk for the Miami W. SI. 'C. S, Circles marking the third anniversary of Joyce Louglnla LIndley, .Jan. 7

r V r white which carried out Mrs. An- Aviation Cadet Examining Board, Met At Church I Snappy Mary Clem e n t I was the establishment of the United Morris W. Barton and Con!

4 derson's color scheme of brown In a ceremony performed Jan. 4 snapping pix this week of a bevyof Service Organizations. An Anni- Lee Godwin Jan. 12
and white. She was assisted innerving Monday afterKoon when the her pals at the USO-YWCA versary Ball will be given on the Bill West. Jr., and Lola E:

by her slater, Mrs. Mar- Miami.in Trinity Methodist Church, 4' Woman's Society of Christian . "Just a little something to evening of February 5, and Open more, Jan. 6

tha Johnson and Mrs. W. M. r Service met at" the church the remember you by" Mary said House to which all civilians are Joseph Tekelly and Wiln

Wlmberly For her marriage the bride devotional service was conductedby "when I'm buffeting the blizzards cordially invited, will be held on Vayda Jan. 15

Games and dancing entertainedthe wore a blue street dress with Mrs. A Wood who Is splltiial back in New Brunswick (N J.) the afternoon of Sunday Feb. 6. Kelly McDuffie and Elsie Mart

young people during the evening navy accessories and a corsage of life leader and,.she read a portion next week" . The gals bade Mrs. A. R. Ponder conducts Wbldden Jan. 15

The guest list Included the sweetheart roses and white glad- of the Sccrlpture and talked I Mary a grim goodbye; on Mon adles' Keep Fit classes on Monday Earl Jones and Paulita HutchinsonJan.

names of the honoree's cousin I loll.Mrs. on the subject 'of "The Reactionsof day when she took off after two I Wednesday, and Friday at ."12 ,

1'a John Anderson, who coincidently, Ham was one of the first the People In 'Captivity." months among them . Haven'tseen 10.30: A. M., and a corrective Pos Chester *-Mllostan- and Get

b4 V, also celebrated a birthday that' WAC enlistees l to report for, duty The'pr sid nt,f','Mrs..W. G.HaUe,1 a tweeter sight on Call St. tube: Clinic on Tuesday and. :I.Thursday trude A.Ktely''Aan. 15John' :

I day and Freddie Wlmberly, Betty with the Miami recruiting office, presided and prayer was offered lately than wee Jackie Gale Hen- at 10:30: A. M ,8.."Campbell and Belt)

i and Bobby Turner, Anlce Green, arriving there' last February.Sgt. by Mrs. W. E. Middleton, Re- I drlxson (about so high) In sunny Mrs. J, H. Healey offers Instruction McLelland. Jan. 13

v, Philip Lat an and Janet Ander- Ham is the son of Mr. ports were heard from various i lemon yellow dress an' coat a in sewing and knittingon Edgar W. Krause and Shlrlt

y "t on. and Mrs. William E. Ham of At- officers and committees. The babouska tied under her square Monday at 2:30: P. M. .Graff, Jan. 16

nr lanta and prior to, entering the ".q..L'k.i.; parsonage committee reportedthat little chin , Her big brown Clarence. Stephens and Bonn
k Ladles who wish to attend the
service he was associated with an the improvements at the parsonage eyes looking wonderingly at any- 'Mae Ward.' Jan., 17
SEE US FOREXPERT Thursday luncheon next week are
+ oil company in Venezuela S. A. were almost finished. one so Inquisitive as yours truly, Noah Frank Beck and Chris!
Invited to reserve places before
Educated In Atlanta schools, heal her namesPvt.and tine Helen Wright Jan. 17
Mrs. Gj C. Powell Mrs. Halle asking parents'
6 P. M. on Tuesday at the information -
D. Gates and Lurlle Nor
o attended the University of and Mre-E. K. Perryman attendedthe Mrs. Tolbert Hendrixson . Percy
desk in the club building.
Georgia. last Hear Mitchell Ergas, now boot worthy Jan. 17.
Seminar Gainesville'
Alarm Clock Those who wish to bowl, on Wednesday
week and each of them gave a ,. training at Bain I bridge Md., at 3:30: P. M. are asked
g writes his wife that everythinggoes New Gift
& Ladies AuxiliaryThe report from the meeting. to Inquire there also. Shop
the loss
fine but mourning
Ladles Auxiliary of the 1 : of Mrs.missionary I. P. S.epherd.secretary education was requested lot his long dark tresses in 'one Instruction for novice playersand Mrs. B., D. Branch, an arm]
Watch assistance! for more advanced wife, will Margaret's Gl:
Presbyterian Church will meet to order three new of those short but neat Navy operate
V next Tuesday evening at 8 o'clock books for the book selected haircuts . players will be offered on Tuesday Shop for the owner. Mrs Bens
study
Repairing with Mrs. V. S. St. John as hastens being "For All of }Jfe" by WilliamH. from 3 to 5' P. M. Davis who is also proprietor i

I In The Mailbag "Dear Carolyn the Wonder Gift Shop. 234 Ea
... .... .. I and Charlotte.VWlser.It 4Margaret'
II. Mro., H. E. Boelter wilt conduct Mrs., J.V., Klncaid presldenkthe was announced that Circle . In view of the fact that we Jr. Club Plans Call street .'

.9.9fYI All Work Guaranteed the devotional and Ma-s. Ralph Women's Service Organlzu- Number' One Mm...L. ,,-Vlning, hav no local 'General Repairs', Leap Year DanceThe Inn, 'located aero

McAfee of Brief, Pa., will speakon f on, of, the, USO-YMCA and Col. chairman would meet at, the I am writing you because I be from the Park Theatre betwee

One Week Service the ladles' work ,of the. Presbyterian aa-ra-y"A.' Johnston Camp Headquarters home ofMrs.\ Aa. F. Sauls; and lieve that everyone' reads your Junior Woman's Club met the Electric Shoe Shop' and tt

w .. ... Church. Mr.JeanetteYoung that Circle Number'' Two, Mrs. column Before any other part of Wednesday night. Jan. 12. at 8 Park Cafewill feature\ a unlqw
the' executive ,officer. are paPer. I know I do. It assortment of souvenirs jewel
-- will have charge ,of Perryman, chairman would meet the o'clock with MIss Frances Opper-
G .iii;: .... Query Corner \a,s shown above at the reception fog with Mrs.'A, Z: Adklns; the* meet seems to me that It is disgraceful man-'secretary, presiding.The and! novelties' In addition to I

: Col.. Smith last week ings. to be'held Monday; Feb.. :7. the way some folks dump gar- club made a ,donation to grift wrapping and mailing o<'

Birth Announced : bage out along the highways-: the Ministerial Alliance to aid in vice.
71 STAG"Everything - - -- waste paper and tin cans that the pre sentatlon here of "The

Pfc. and Mrs. Cruthlrda an- : should be saved to help win the Messiah", and it was voted to Pastor Improved

( ;' nounce the birth of a baby |lrl Carolyn) CallstreetStnrka war. And it surely doesnt Improve change the meeting date to the
\WOP', ;.t'he Service on December 13 In St. Luke's hospital the scenery along the high- first Wednesday In each month Members of UO) congregationthe

(' Man,"Including A [ Jacksonville. Prior to her ways for the weary traveler or beginning with the new club year Kingsley, Lake and Evergret

Square Deal" marriage Mrs.;, Cruthlrds w a aMiss ._ _._._._ _,_._ .LI .. ,_,_ ..; _ _ the ones who are so far from April 1. Baptist Churches' are glad to Itl'
Dorothy Grlffls.MARGARET'S home and loved ones. While their 'pastor;-.: the Rev; H. M. TIl
may 00 a "little" town. off-the-sho u Ide r blue marquisette everyone Is'extending a warm It was decided to have a LeapYear" man, stirring,around again aft''

But It does the job up brown. were asked to pour late In 'welcome to Col. Walter E. Smith dance on Feb. 9. being shut In with the flu f

When entertaining dignitaries the evening In tribute to their and his men at Camp, I just won- A nominating committee com the past three weeks

GIFT SHOP Call Street surely Is the berries husbands' accomplishments . der what they think of all this posed of Mrs. W. H. Thomson Mr. Tlllman announces the W

If Bill an' Ben could have lIel'nthe garbage strewn along the high- Jr., Miss Frances Peek' and Miss time ,of iervlces at his churchas

Across from Park Theatre - lovely picture their wives ways, as neat as they keep their Louise Stern was; appointed to follows: Kingsley Lake, Su:

Pardon the !te\lty. folks . ,. made, bet they'd go right out an' Camp! I don't know who is responsible report at the February meeting. day School 10 A. M., Mom! ;

Novelties - Jewelry But simply must have an outlet win another medal! . Dot Sale I but they have dumped Miss Delia Rosenberg had Worship 11 A. M. every Sundi

\ ," for my enthusiasm over that might have stepped from a reel I bag after bag of it right in frontof charge of the program and pre Evergreen: Evening I Woitf

GIFT WRAPPING memorable reception given for. of "Sweet Rosie"O'Oradle." so my home, as well as other sented Miss Louise Stern who every Sunday night at 7:30: P '
Colonel Smith at the USO Thursday old-fashioned did' she look In her homes along the road to Camp.I rendered two beautiful piano selections. -

+u night of last week They blue taffeta fashioned!! with leg wish those who threw it there .
say a sequel Is never up to the o' mutton sleeves, and high neck would observe the Golden Rule The hostesses, Miss Pearl Lewis, Constitution Exam

u original production but if this . Evelyn Rltch was particu- for I .don't believe they would and Miss Viola Smith served de- County Superintendent W
event was a "sequel". to the one larly in black licious Russian tea and brown
FOR SAFETY COMFORT AND ECONOMY RIDE stunning skirt with like garbage dumped in front of Middleton received the follow-
given In October for General melon pink I a m e' blouse and their own home. Thank you very bread wth{ cream cheese. notice from the Florida State r
I Fales, then another precedent has\! Clara Mae Knlghf never selecteda much for this
FLORIDA MOTOR LINE BUSSES Carolyn, printing partment of Education yesterd'
been !!haltf'redtor It was equally more becoming gown than the plea and I would rather not have W. O. W. And Circle An examination on the COM'*

"" FOR COURTEOUS CORRECT INFORMATION enjoyable! You can 'prove white crepe she *wore. fashioned my name signed as I would just Have tutlon of the-United States will '
that by General Pales, himself with long bodice sprinkled with JointInstallation
PLEASE PHONE 147 be called an old busy body. held at two o'clock Saturday i:
. When the evening:: was getting crystal beads . Jeanette Kin- Always glad to oblige :Mrs.: N. Service ernoon. Feb. 5. under the din

fairly well advanced he remarked caId made a striking picture in . The problem you mentionis tlon superintend
that he knew he should I; a swirling chalk-white skirt zigzagged Starke Grove No. the'county
truly a disgrace . Something 278. Supreme Can:
UNION BUS STATION In each of these centers;
be going, but he just hated to with fuchsia and flame
Woodmen
should be donbut WHAT .. Circle and All Friends Miami, Ja
yule Panama
:rt LACY CONWAY, Agent leave "Smitty" there alone, the and top ped bya close-fitting Appealing to the sense of beautyof Camp No. 138 Woodmen of the sonvlUe Fensacola City Sebrinff. T
center of much .
attention .
so fuchsia jacket, cut with World "
square a garbage-to ser-outter seemsa held a very pretty joint Ti
q+j Temple Ave. Starke, Florida "You know," he said "I believe neckline Many more I wishI pretty hopeless task . Anybody installation; in the Woodmen Hall pa Marianna. Ft. Myers West "'.
I'm beginning to be jealous!" could report, but at this haasee. Key West.
I point other recently.
got any suggestions __ Sa:
Beach Bartow Ft. Pierce,
: As for HIS part. Colonel
these poor pale yes of mine be- Promptly at eight o'clock the LI'
Smith remarked that the fact that I iota, Sanford Bushnell.
came: too' dazzled for further Guardian
Mrs.
Mae Green Introduced F U 01
so many charming: people would spotting an* Jotting '.- '? : Peeked In at the B.H.S. Band the distinguished Oak DeLand", and 1 P- u
guestof
CHURCH come out In such bad weather I .... Sprlngsi:
OF : .JI
CHRIST t
)I I Initiation dance at the YWCA the W. O. W. and Woodmen take th
was real evidence of the Individuals desiring to
high All the noteworthy news!, how. Wednesday night and saw almost circle and after the
s Aubrey Mercer Minister calibre. of Starke citizens* . I I lever, I presentation examination should report 10'I
( was not made
by
glamour
I as many sandwiches in of the U. S. flag and the singing
-- r office'of the county "
supetep"
i alone .
Ai usual a certain I
evidence as at the reception last of America, she extended a greet
11' Glamour play,'" Its usual important I'' dent In any one of
10:00 -
Sunday A. of
: SI. amount
IJible behind-the-scenes
Study. role and not the least of elbow week . They might not have ing from the circle to the W. O. men t Ion e d above at aPP
4 p 11:00 A. M. and the lovelies grease was deeded to make been quite as dainty, but were W. and to the guests and expressed SatUr
7:30
P. Preaching and were Elsie Steinberg I an eventful mately 1:30: o'clock on
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and I l evening, Special much more filling to the dancers Joy in their being able to
Communion.. Marjorie Thomson charming 'credit: should afternoon. Feb. B, 1944.
go to Lla Nas- . Half
wives of two at our the band members were have a Joint affair In the_Circle
i Wednesday: 730 P. Prayer-meetlng. warriors-Lt recently Col decorated Bn worthy and Grace Osborne for a supposed to bring half a dozen and Camp again.'.

truly outstanding I 'accomplish. sandwiches each but many of Then she turned the gavel over
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Sternberg (DS.C.) and
t"4 -Every Visitor A Welcome Guest Thomson (DF.C.) . .Capt.Elsie BUll In t I ment , Their fabulously decorative them had mothers like MackFutch' to the Council Commander. J. H. RGHT
sandwiches were the talk . .-. Seems Verdle ,
thoughta i'teldep. to with
cerise chiffon and .proceed, .the., installatin -
Marjorie In I
of
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.. JANUARY 21, 1044 BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH RTAJU

LOCAL NEWS Cpl. Paul Hudglnn of Parris i March Of Dimes of gripping a difficult housing
. BITS of Island, S. C., spent the week-end situation under existing circum
m with his wife and daughter at :cards: DistributedFive stances.
the home of Mrs. Hudgins par. Kathleen Norris
r. and Mrs. W. A. Stern were Mr. and Mrs. W. T: Clute are ents. Mr. and Mrs. L.V. Koch. Says :: hundred March of Dime According, to E. Charles Mai-
otta director of the NCCS, the
on In Gainesville recently. staying 1 n Starke while theirhome ante were distributed In every
on Kingsley Lake is 1 being Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Green Mrs. chool In the county this. week organization began Investigatingthe
|ii. Grace Van Fleet of New remodeled.Mrs. \V. S. Nail and Mrs. Y. A. Harris These Arc Smart: IT'omcn ith the purpose In mind of plac- housing problem an early an.
last August but the lack of
c 4 [Je, Pa., Is visiting her sister, were In J a c ksonvllle Monday ' Ball Syndlcmo.- WNU reaturn.jf'7:4. ng; one with each family having available made rooms
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Winona H. Moore. Tolbert Black and son of Mrs. Harris went on to Sebastianto :7.\ ,\ hlldrpn. necessary early ,
Jacksonville spent the week-end visit her mother. Fred Guy. Chairman of the In- In Decembpr to arrange for this I

muel Goldman left Sunday with Mrs. Black's parents, Mr. antlle Paralysis; Fuml. urges por- emergency net up. I

ew York City where he is and Mrs. T. N. Kendrick 1II's.V.. B. :Muruly and daughter 'nU to fill these Bards and re- Mr. Marotta asks the cooperation e i

|ling the week on business. Clare Jean and Mrs. J. B. urn them to the schoolx. of all who have a room to ,
Mrs. W. H. Thomson, Jr., and Sapp spent the week-end and sev- Realizing the fact too. Hint rent in listing that room with

''i f. and Mrs. H. E.! Boelter are little son, Freddy and Mrs. Ben eral days this week In Miami. t here are many others Interested the NCCS or one of the other

occupying one of the Ants Sternberg and eon Ben Jr., left They were guests of the latter's to: contributing to this worthwhile service organizations no they may
cottages on Lafayette St. Monday for a vacation on the sister Mrs. Izona Bradley. auao. Chairman Guy requests attack the homing problem with
| East Coast a' Y that "such gifts of either dimes more efficiency and give visitorsan

Jr. acid Mrs. Frank Wilson Miss Nina Bishop returned to / or dollars, be turned in to him Improved impression of Starke

in Jacksonville. last Tuea-" Cpl. Robert G. Green has returned Macon 3a.. recently to resume '/i ) :.) or to E. L. Matthews at the Tele- and ltd hospitality.The .

to O'Reilly General Hospital her work a t Wesleyan College rapt office. rooms recently utilized for

k I Springfield, Mo., after a after vacationing here with her This method of raising funds 'dormitories are being put back

'. and Mrs. William Norris visit here with his parents, Mr. mother, Mrs. H A. Bishop since for the attack on Infantile pnralyil I to their' original use now that

recent visitors In Jackson- and Mrs. Adam Green Dec. 10.Mrs. 7cI il through the March of Dimes there IH. a /let up -In t the vlslln;:
r has become spectaculArly popular rule. Tbe bowling alleys nee being -

Dr. Ralph McAfee of Erie Pa., H. H. Adams returned during the past few years and / sanded and, the l'ec.l'e"IOl t!

\\e. W A. Stern and daughter, who la spending this month as Sunday from a visit with Mr. and Mr. Guy Is. entluisinnilc' about the hall Is being redecorated

e, were In Jacks onville Camp Pastor here will preach at Mrs. J. H. Mosley of Memphisand response of the public to the project | The Women's Dormitory is to 1

'Bday of last week. the Presbyterian Church Sunday Mr. and Mrs .I, C. Tlnnley already, tills year. be definitely discontinued 1 this I

morning. of Little Rock. She has been out \ .\* In former years, 50 percent week-end. I
|Iss Pearl Lewis spent the of the city since Christmas day I ..7 J \ t xdI )f the money raised IN. retained'I' Miss. Ann She hy of New York" '
|-end with hen (parents in Rev. and Mrs. A. E. Lightfoot for
I local needs by the National City, whoso pre-war vocation wa I
horse are in Bradenton attending the Mrs. Hattie Hyman began work ;tnimlntlon Chapter serving: the Interior decorating, Is assisting
Florida State Conference of Bap- this week at the Stag Military '
area contributing It. Aid l III with the woik.
lisa Annie Mae Pearce of tist churches held there Thursdayand Supply store. A former resident : t te jj rendered nil Infantile/ paralysis'' Miss Shl''hy Is employed by I the

onville spent the week-end today. of Brooklyn, N. Y., Mrs. Hyman .:- .'Ictlms, regardless of age, race .
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Uu0 observe acll It 1
her mother, Mrs. Bertha came to Starke at Thanksgiving f rj 1 olor or crectl., The remaining I ; ; ; v y ;n t e
ce.r Cpl. S. G. Denmark of Fort time. 1 111-- V) percent, of the money contributed clubn. she visits and to assist the

r Taylor, Key West, is spending an goes to the National Foundation directors with their various "
s. Mary Sue Hag tl'om, an eight-day furlough here with his The Rev and Mrs. Chas. H. for Infantile Paralysis for lame.

uye of the Smart Shop for parents, Mr. and Mrs. P. S. Den- Allen and children left Mondayfor research, education and epidemic club, In New York City, Jacksonville

bast three months, will leave mark. Luke Alfred where Mr. Allen aid, Mr. Guy explained N. C., Blackstone Va.
for her home in Warren will attend a meeting* of the min-
Jay As a climax of the campaign, Wilmington, N. C. and Tallahassee -
She has been here with Isadore Lee in of the Bradford isters of the Synod. They will he annual ,
Birthday Hall will be
jiusband, Pvt. Paul Hagstrommp Photo Shop Is on a buying trip also visit relatives In Miami and geld In the USO-YMCA

Blanding. to New York City. While there West Palm Beach. here building .
he will visit his mother, Mrs. "F.vtryont loot,omuirj and amiaMt, and nobody ttrmtd to fart that thm Friday night, Jan. 28.
formality or dignity of the dinner had tern oparjiirj.} "
Mary Lecin. Cpl. and Mrs. Resale Colson of Most of I
Valdosta, Ga.. arrived here Friday By KATHLEEN NORRISMORE Emergency DormsAt your f
S"I'ROUr" SELLS REAL Lt. and Mrs. C. C. Mendozaand to spend a 13-day furlough PATRIOTS Of TilE USO-NCCS
tra'I'ATaa
son, Clifford, of Plttsburg. with Mrs. Colson's Mr. than one hundred HOME FRONT .
Oiwafrat Hfrrttmfr. ot po..- parents,
err. prop.rT. H.. ..d* *ver.ale. Kan., house guests of Mrs. T. J. and Mrs F. F. Flume and with twenty men and Throughout America patriotic I Served 325 Women friends ? .I

... B...,...of.. Homr from .all_farm over .Sb.sr. _. Griffin, were In J a c k a onville the former's parents, Mr. and working in a sin- citizens are making per' Personnel away

.. .-- Rattans Monday. Mrs. G. B. Colson of Brooker gle department Of) a Washington tonal sacrifice, large and : was busy at IheVCCS'trsO'tnKt
J STROUT REALTY AGENCY office have voluntarily re- ,small to help end the war and week dismantling IF most of your friend. areaway
Mrs J. D. Cottrell returned to Lt. and Mrs. C. miM-geqayj dormitories which i now-In the Iff'I'\!1.cloln& <..-
C. Mendozaand to make things easier //or those
Represented nounced all ideas of
going housed Home 325 women and. (
her home in Leesburg on Sun- daughter. Mrs. Robert E. num- war JO H-.lon't you frrl
Kathleen
actually fighting I
Locally by , after spending a few days Green who home for Christmas. They trous children. who arrived In left behind sometimes
day are guests at the Norris typical frost
[C. HOLLINGSWbRTH with her sister, Mrs.,, W. B. Sew- home of Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Griffin are leaving the 'ullman cars section presents of these Starke during the past three Why not In the mlilxt of I
116 S. Walnut Stt. 411 spent several days this weekin for the servicemen. One of homefrontsoldiersi weeks. to visit soldiers at Camp thin. wart Join Ihe "',\C!
Washington office Hlandlng and were not able to Yon ran see new plaC'f'OI.make I
Jacksonville I 100 king after these young women has an of- girt sacrifice trips home overthe find rooms. Slxtt-cn women spentI frlendn learn In-
business interests and visitingfriend ; for rtf a free trk California! ,I.n' ,._. ....._. new ,
-_ trip .- holiJ aye so ...a. urttre- I..", wee 1...rend LII. ..-.. Iensting minglewniio
BONDER Novelties ?. where are her mother, father men may ride the train; a The women not only receiver! I am doing vital work lo IIJM'f'\1 you J

and small son But she won't woman in Ohio motes her lodging but each was Interviewed victory.

GIFT FLORIDA Souvenirs week Mrs.with James her L.mother.Hair Mrs.spent F.last C. add to traffic congestion and family into the first floor of "oncemlng her own parllcular The Army nasals l. jour help

their three-story lp to M to >roblem and an tempt wait urgently Thin .IM your ...h"nC'.1Fur !
Hollingsworth. The former's husband perhaps prevept some boy
HOP Gifts save fuel; and in South Dakota made to foster an u'ttltude of full details apply ..ltlm
Lt, James L. Hair of the from his last home leave. Not
a hotel hostess urges guests friendliness and hospitality be- nearest tJ, H. Army !{.'-
Pan American Airways joined
. 25c to $10 Mrs. Hair here for the week-end this Christmas. to clean their plates to as to tween the visitors and the cityof fruiting !Station (jour local

after which they went to Lake Another girl lives in Salt save food. "' Slarke. I post office' will give you IhiaililrrKx -
234 E. Call St.FOODS. Lake City when she is at home; The organization Is. grateful to ). Or write M The Adjutant -
this week
City to spend at their
home there. two brothers, both] in uniform, stew, beans. I make at least twice f.,1eut. Saxon In charge of mip- I Ornwal, Itoom 44 IS,

A CHICKEN DINNERS will be there .4thls year. But too much for the current men], This 'plies lit Camp Blanding for hisoopprntlon Munitions Building Washington -
In .
securing cots and . {1.
Thornton Rosemary won't. She will eat her work and heat. And Isn't
W. , night policeman saves it
STEAKS CHOPS has returned to his home Christmas dinner.Sin' Washington, a good feeling: c mlfl.' home tired I )bedding for the project, which . .

[ DELICIOUS HOME-MADE CHILI here from the Alachua County D. C.The. from Red Cross work to be able to -., -' _. _ _ T 1 __ ... .. _._ __
Hospital and has almost recovered spirit that Inspires these ex. think. 'There are the beans, and the
from Injuries received recently' lies tired to death'of the rush and applesauce, and the cold biscuits FUNERAL DIRECTORMy

TEMPTING, TASTY. SANDWICHES when he was attacked In a local strain of living at the capital, hungryfor to toast and all r.need stop for Is Many Yearn Experience Make It Possible for Me to Render
DELICIOUS HOME MADE PIES cafe by some men whom he was home quiet and home love promises lettuce. I like to have every meal KKKICICNT; PROMPT and COURTEOUS: SERVICE

? trying to prevent from creatinga well for a better' world after the lap over the .next, or the next but MODERATE PRICKS: -
'p war. one.
disturbance. Mary Bailey of Hot Springs, S. D., "Suppers are simple We like DeWITT C. JONES
A & A LUNCHEONETTE has another food Idea for wartime cornmeal mush with raisins and top Stark, Florida

Seaman 1-c W. L. Orlakell and economy; an idea. that I wish every milk. We Ilk. milk toast, waffles, _,_._ '" rn .. _,_ _._._ _._._ L ___.
$Hour- Service Mrs. DrlHkell, whose marriage woman who reads this would pass jelly pancake., rice macarpnl. deep

Park Theatre Bide. Starke, Florida was an event of Sunday afternoon I along to clubs and social organizations fruit pie.. We always start with

la Norfolk Va., were In Starke everywhere."This soup and U the family dimly recog Anyone Having Watches or Clocks
Wednesday afternoon visiting, the Is quite a'place for con. nixes in the soup the beans, the spin-
latter'9 uncle W. T. Clute. They ventions." says Mary's letter; "andas arty the cauliflower, the boiled on- Left Over 30 Days

NAT SEZ: went on to Lake Butler to visit a hotel hostess I havt to handle ..na. the crust of French bread the Please Calllrm
the bridegroom's father, the Rev. large groups and get ready for big chicken bones and the duck gravy

In spite of all the criticism/ and Mr. Driskell. Mrs. Driskell Is banquets. Lately I have been work- at least the family never complain. ..-.-._.-.----UU
the former Miss Dorothy Hall. Ing on the cafeteria system when and the good hot thick soup will
'x ... wise cracks women, are wearing these affairs take''t>lace. Our big continue to be our first course all JAYH. COURTMANCH
slacks more and snore each day. Seaman 1-c Ruby M. Sllcox, dishes now are du .M..turkey or chick. through the winter. No butter except ( :

And who, can blame them With who U stationed In ,Washington, en, and with these fcs you know, under with breakfast. And we're saving r ,. Jeweler I
the old a.tel11went'. generous fuel by the Chinese expedient, r
the temperature aa It Is, the fuel D. C.. with the Waves came home
helpings of mashed potato, dressing, which Is to wear warm underthlngn.:
oil that 'Inn' the hUll bend' thatalo't n a 72-hour pasa Friday'to visit ,
gravy and vegetables. Even In the A Chinese doesnt heat his home; . .. ._. .._ .. . __ . .
her father J. L. Silcox. She left .Oo. "
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,: following day just a few ashamed. see bow much of this found good solid flannels, and even
Oh have thorn In
girl* ye, we hours before the
arrival of
Her good food was untouched masses of the girls have accepted somewhat
corduroy too for $4.96.. They're brother Sgt. C. Silcox of the Quality of leadership
George it scraped away-perhaps a little modified versions of them, and confidently
the warmest t-h-1-n-g-s. Camp A tterb u I' y lad who is white meat and the vegetable eaten expect to keep sway from Ih Iht's

spending a 7-day_ _furlough with and nothing, elie. coughs and colds because of them. LA" L A/A" :
his father here. Miss Silcox was N. Waste la Cafeteria. "In short, vr.'!. challenging the # mgt ;es ea c era
formerly employed in the officeof situation! Instead of sinking under It
"W. now form a good-natured
County Agent L. T. Dyer. And as that's what our boys arc
leisurely line, and file by a smilingrow
AT ION FREE of volunteer gtfl waitresses, who doing everywhere," concludes thin
valiant letter, "It gives us a feelingof
Funeral ServicesFor give everyone as much as he likes
with to
kinship them keep
our
On the wall behind up
but no more ,4TLANtlICAIEl"
Mrs. EastmanFuneral end.
n their head. I put a sign: 'Take all
you want. But we,like well-cleaned And finally, from Montgomery I Wart
ODDS & ENDS services for Mrs. Julia plates in wartime' Ala., comes a last hint, perhaps as the Leaders
Hughes Eastman, 76, who has Important as any. The Robert
time did this, the
been a resident of Starke for the 'The first we Browns of that town found themselves .
latter on, "my /figures showed
past 24 years, were held Thurs goes strangled by petty debts when
OFWOMEN'S a saving, of one-third of the food.
day afternoon Jan 13, at 3 o' the news came from Pearl harbor
clock, in the Baptist church with Many of the women wanted only Their son was called to the colors; x
halt of the broiled half-chicken that
the Rev. A. E. Lightfoot officiate their daughter took a job. They
of refused
most them
was a serving; looked the bills In the face and found
SHOESPRICED ing and the following acting u gravy, potato, dressing entirely. them something over two thousand 4,1N.c.-"e..N._ ....._crn__.O.aWltl
pallbearers. A. J. Thomas J. T. Everyone was amused and amiable .
dollars. Yes, just grocery and dentist
Quigley, D. E. Knight. Charlie and nobody seemed to feet that the and tailor and frock shop and .- -... ...-.
AT Powell and E. Lawson. Burialwas formality or dignity of the dinner ,
club and milkman-over two thousand
In Crosby Lake Cemetery. had been jeopardized." dollars.

Mrs. Eastman died at her homeon How about this'' federated clubs They knew that postwar times are +P"
Weller St., early Wednesday, and Lions and Klwanls and Rotary I not times through which to struggle GUARD '

$2.45 to $3.00OPA Jan. 12, death being caused by I members, club managers and hotel with debt. So they paid up, at the
heart 'disease. Born In Burke stewards? Isn't this winter a good rate of about $100 a month. It meant
County Ga., Mrs. Eastman formerly time to try to Introduce so eminently self-denial scrimping discomfort YOUR
lived In St. Petersburg.She sensible a rule? even embarrassment But they did
Has Released These Shoes For was the wife of the late Fleda Martin of Dallas also has It. And doing It, they did one of "

Lewis H. Eastman. good Ideas for this. winter's particular the most Important things any mother FUNDS.. ,
The Next Two Weeks This Gives Surviving are two sisters, Mrs. problem. and father and sister can do for

L. H. Evans of Orangeburg, S. C., "My family Is two girls in war- the boys who are coming home.A TRAVELING
You A Chance To Get An Extra Pair Mrs C. H. Register of Lake Butler work" she writ., "a"high school- woman In Youngstown Ohio WHEN ..
and a number of nieces and age son a good, tired patient husband has moved her family downstairs for

Of Shoes Without Sacrificing Your nephews. and my mother. Pop gets the winter. On short or long business trip-when visiting
home for lunch., so we sit down six Conserve Housework and Foci a
every day, and we have a filling I In Home [camps or bases-or on ( rlough'chan8e your easily)
Ration Stamp. Recent BirthsTo meal Whatever ingenuity and brown "Our only bathroom Is upstairs 'lost or stolen cash into safe American Express
tickets can do is done then. But- which somewhat complicates." says
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Sim no more serving dishes go on the her letter "But I have a small .Travelers Cheques before you leave. Spendable

Limited, SupplySternberg's- mons. KIngsley Lake a daughter, table. Serving dishes waste food and electric stove for that room. Otherwise .everywhere. Prompt refund if lost or stolen.

on Jan. 10. mean more washing. Each plate Is I.tUW our two upper doors won't t Issued in denominations of $10 $20( $50 and
To Mr. and Mr. Ernest Strick 'Jn the kitchen, with due reference be heated this winter. Dad and I
land of Starke. a daughter, on to personal, tastes, and whatever have made a comfortable bedroomof $10O. Cost 75< for $100. Minimum cost 40f! for

Jan. 11. Is left Isn't shifted from pan the parlor; my daughter has a $IO to $50. For sale at Banks Express Offices,
To Mr. and Mrs. James A, McKinney to plate and back again. wide couch In the old study and ( .
of Graham, a son on Jan. Ceoks Tw. Meals at Once. the two small grandsons have the
11. "When I boll or bake anything warm dining room for playroom andnursery. AMERICAN EXPRESS

To Mr. and Mr. J. A. Addlaon prunes, potatoes, bread pudding .

Ralford, a IrOn, on. Jan. 15. rlRAVELERS CHEQUES.lAY -
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:1'Z, w AfYp'1n OF THE HUNDREDS OF BRADFORD COUNTY MEN NOW SERVING IN THE ARMED FORCES

4:''1, SHOW\ THEM WE MEAN BUSINESS TOO


BY OVERSUBSCRIBING OUR FOURTH WAR LOAN QUOTA

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4TH WAR LOAN DRIVE-JANUARY 18 TO FEBRUARY 15
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Frank's Fine Food nianding Center, Inc. Joe's Grill ,. \. :... Starke Beauty'Shoppe
Bradford Hardware Co. Jerry's Place Slarke Dry Cleaners "'. Guidcn Grill

Bob's Tavern Florida Power& Light Co. Kidd's Sinclair Service''" Noegcl's Cafe

Carpenter's Florida Bank At Starke Eastern Auto Supply : Gaines Service StationDinkins
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!Member" }' D 1. C.Olson's -
Starke Coca-Cola Mottling Co. '
The Star Store Service Station
Hollywood Camera & Gift Shop Commercial Refrigeration. t.
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... Lappe Bakery Method Cleaners
Lady Fair Beauty Salon Koch Drug Sloret! .
' , Come And Get It Lunch
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;.1 A. M. Darby's
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Wonder Gift Shop Priest 5c To $1 Store :. \
'',' Roy M. Stone, Agt.
w P. S. Stores City Barber Shop Torode Chevrolet. Co. Golf Life Insurance Co.

Camp Blanding Jewelry & Military Hqts. Tip Top Super Market Bradford Photo Shop /. P. Roberts Motors

Sternberg's Electric Shoe ShopArroM r Victory Military Supplies Union Bus Station
From Turk
II. C. Wall Agency Insurance Ttmure Winkler Electric Service Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Green
Andrews Motor Co.
ICJtelJat'IS 125 Call and St. Bar The Brpwnsteen'a Shoe Repair Mike Maruca GroceryGuy's
Smart Shoppe Across' From Peat Office
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a delightful time was reported by Ira Patterson and family move iv {'IIHTIT i 01 it'roi Inl1)011 U property, escribedtherein will he I to the highest and heat t bidder for. made application for a lax deed

Lou Ilazen all. I from our community. They are ( NT%. Ki.oimm ('II' Hold In I the hlflrhret( bidder at thecourtbouNe canh.' at public aiutluu t at. TempleOarawe to be mimed. thereon 8ld' cer
By nriniHe> ( .ai"' door nn the flret Monday 217 North Temple" Avenue, tificate. embrace!) the following de-
now at Lloyd Fla.Ve also regret Pletro J. Ilral'la Plaintiffi "'
Mrs. Morgan > In the mnnth of (February Stutke, "Florida at 10 VU o'clock I Hcrlhed property In I th.> C'''unl of
(?ARTY ENJOYED Tllgliman Mia. to lose Mr. and Mrs. James Maria' llurmlo Uralda, UvfiMxIunt. 1944. which In I ho 7th tiny of February M on Junuaiy 24. 1944 to Bradford, Stat.i of Florida, to-wlt.Y
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Jake Keene and daughter. Carolyn ( e No. 841.OHPKIl 1944.Dated h' wnrvhotiHeninn'H lien. Incliulinfc Lot 7 of IHk 12 Ward City Sec.
The young: people of Broker( Mrs. J. W. Kelly and Mrs. Cason and family. They are mov- OF I"I'III'ATIOANI" ( this 6th day of January reasonable. charges. / of notire. I Twp. 7 H. H 20 R.
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NOT1CR TO APPKAH: xdverllsmnenl.
ing near Alachua 1944 and Hale, Thename
ntertalned with a party at the Resale Carlton and small daughter STATE 01.OHID..\ to: Marla of tho owner of Baldtehirle motor The aHKeHHmvnt of the said property -
Wed Seaman Earle Cook of New rimzlu Ilialda WIIOKV revldence IH (OFFICIAL SiA I.) A. JThninn, In Dr. II. under the said certificate INsurd ,
ommunlty Center nesday M Taylor and
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in Jacksonville Clerk of Cli cult Court of Bradford r
were Mondayon 4760 45th Street' '. Ins wa In the name of Mr T.
4-( of
';' Seaman York and Milton Cook of the Apartment County, 1-7 4t 1-2!) name Ih..r"on "n whoneac.ount .
honoring P Ward
lght Earlej) business. Wo 'ilnlde I L. I., New York. Florida the vehicle I I. held la R. i
Book of New York and Milton Miss Martha Merchant Marine, Norfolk Va, You are required l ; to appear on L. IVMtlck ITnleHH said certificate shall. he n
Evelyn Markey February. 7lh., In redeoineil according' to 1 law. the
1K44 the above : (
,, nok of the Merchant Marine, of Jacksonville was a week-end returned to their respective( posts named Court and cause, wherein NOTI4-M OP MAIM 1-8 31 1-21 WarehmiHemunOK 1.. L LI BUY.. properly de crlbed therein will haHold I
ortolk. Va. Games were playedd after several days' visit with their plaintiff ltv ice. Hiadford TAKE to the highest< bidder at the
guest of Mr. and Mrs T. W. County Telegraph shall :NOTICR: that pui-Mtiant toSection ftoiirthoime. door on the first Monday -
late In the evening refresh- Markey. mother. Order In neat four weekly publlHh I IxniienWltneHii this. the 8783.1 Florida' Statute. 111'1'11'11: tl>l'l,If \TKIV KOIlIdeiinle In the month of February 1944,
1941 undersigned'
Henta of sandwiches and Coca Pfc. my hand and official *HtehotiMemnn '1'tY 1'1':11: which la the 7th day of February,
Stokes will
Guy Plnholster of Jacksonville Buddy of California sell the following de- 19...
Illll 1n. tn.1NOTICB
seal at )
Stnrke. Florida
thin January
ola were 'served the guests. was a guest of his mother Sun. is visiting his family. ,1rd., IS44.OFFICIAL. crlbeil property: IM IIliJltlJ1fll"F: : I Dated thin 5th., day of Januany
|bout SO enjoyed this, party and Friends ( SEAL) A. J. Thomas one Studebaker Sedan Engine I That. It U lieen holder of 1-2: of 1944OFFICIAL
of
day. tat Class Petty Of Aa Clerk of said Court. No. 611824, Title No. 982478 Tax Cerllflcn'o No. 2H. lemied. I the I ( SRAL: ) A. J. Thomas

Mr. and Mrs. Paul Stewart of ficer. Ivan Hazen will be interested Walter C. Harde"tv, Daytona Benrh. 2D-33&4.1041 Florida Llcenes Taff No. 41h day of July A. D 193. hesfiled j Clerk of circuit Court of Bradford
I Mime In office and has Florida.
County 1-7 4t I.UNOVo'
i Starke are visiting relatives here. to know that he is on Fla. Ally for Plf. 1.7 4t 1-2S my

Cpl. and Mrs. Mack Simmonsare 1 the ship Gloucester. His address - I
lv nun IT f'OI'n'f. nn ti>poiu
visiting relatives In South Is Ivan H. Hazen SKlc-U. S. COI9'Y, Fl.OIIIOtl fllAVKKY. .>

Carolina and other points. Coast Guard Reserve USS Gloucester (' at Low Chain Food

e Mrs. J. C. Harrell and eon. (P.F. 22. co Fleet Post Elton Willie T.Marie Fullerton Fullerton Plaintiff Defendant.vs.. Store Prices!

Don't Neglect Them I Sonny Mrs. Loca Waters and Office New York N. Y. Case ORDKIl No. 2858.OF PUBLICATION GtANt HOLISALRICES

Nature dMfffned the kidney to do daughter. Mrs. Mack Simmons Pfc. Merle Gano of Camp Banding AND NOTICH TO APPKAIl: FOOD

marvelou job. Thir iak 1*to keep tbo Mr. and Mrs. James Cason and was the week-end guest of STATE OF KI.ORIDA to: Willie I V IN RETAIL i
flowing blood stream fro of an xou. of Marie Fullerton %\ hose residence CENTERS
lode .mpuritie Tbo .net of l living-Uil /. children Betty Sue. Jackie and his parents. U 138-6th St. 1'111.nlonln.. Testis. ) m STORES (
***/ -1. constantly producing wtutomatter Jlmmie were In Gainesville last You are required. to appear. on 5 it u s
th must Iron
rmovo
.if"'d.r.II February 14th., 1944! In the abovenamed
the blood !. to endue.When week. :'JOIN THB MARCH OF D'M.S Court and. cause, wherein '
th. kid nay. fail to function plaintiff Neeka Quantity Right Reserved i r'
,
Natur Intended there I I. rtntlon of Cpl. and Mrs. Resale Colaon of divorce Bradford J-1 Q-

waat that may eaua body-wld dies Valdosta. Ga., are visitors here INFANTILEPARALYSIS County this Order Telegraph In. next shall four publish Prices Good Through Saturday, January 22 I
backache IfNI weekly
.
One auffr naggclnK '
tr*** may issues.Witness. .
prltot hvadach attack*of di,: sin.ee, for a few days.
getting up night, wlllng, putfln*** Mr. and Mrs. Grady Baxter of 14-31 my hand and official Honey BrandParty
under the .y- loal tired narvouo* all veal at StarkerFlurida, thin I Jan.
Baldwin Mrs. Baxter'a uary' 10th. 1944,.
out. are visiting
worn
Fnquont*scanty ot burning paaaanaar mother Mrs. Lewis. OFFICIAL. 8KAL, :) A. J. Thomas. b- Loaf 12'0 can 35cSiokely'
sometimes further' *.vld.nc* of kid NOTIVR An Clerk of said Court. e / 1 .
...;r or bladder dtaturbano Mr. and Mrs. T.V.. Markey TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: T. Frank I...ntl ra 11', Clarke, Florida"
1'h.rcogniad and proper treatmentI Mrs. Iva Mae Lewis Mrs. Horace You are hereby notified to file Ally. for Plf. 114 4t :2-4 FinestBartlett
.diuretic medicine to help the kidney
your clalniM against the estate of -
get rid of caress poisonous body wat. Martin Mr. and Mrs. L. O. Aria. Nlmmo decenited. having Raid inun Pears 29c
Uo Doan'i' Pill Tbey have had more IT ( 0111"1'. mi iitvnHii no 2V4
than forty yara of public approval.Ar Hazen and daughter Minnie Lou claim duly sworn to and flied with ('1811'rl'. FMMIIUtl 11'11t%.
in eight month from the first ( .
endorsed the country over. InaUfc. oaDeaY'a and Miss Mary Frances Hazen 'Hill' '
Sold ., all drug sores. publication of thin notice with lion Peter Campatielln. PIn Inllft. .. I' Lamb Shouider..1b 21c Sirloin Pinboo St.ak.lb 39a
were in Starke Sunday.Mr. 13. K. Ferrynmn Couny Judge of Ethel Kneal V Fancy Spring I lamb Lovelt'i T.n d
Cnmpanella, Defen Pattle lb. 29e eray 10-ln Stand. Rib RoaL.Ib. 29a
DOAN SPILLS() I and Mrs. Wilson Runs and Hiadford; nr your County; claim: at will Starke. b, ,haired FlorIda dant.OIUiHU('...." No. 1'K'il Sliced lamb Liver_Ib. 27o Blad Chuck Rout _lb. 27o

daughter Betty Ann were in by Htatiite of limitation AND NOTICR op Pt'ltLIC TO' ATlON: lamb Meaty Rib Chop _IK33a Beef Slew Cut Plate _" Ito

Lake Butler Saturday.We 1-14 4t Kvellne 2.4 lllrt AdmlnlHtratrlx Hampton' Flu. STATR' OF FLORIDA APPEAR to: Ethel Breast Slew .Ib. ISc Fresh Hamburger ___Ifc2Sa
w Kneal
m (ampanelln.. whose residence
regret to see Mr. and Mrs. IN "", MTH
Miller. (Mother). Rant PIG PORK
Dubuque IlllnalM: and whoue Post Grade B Sea-Fresh Sea Food
11 IIII'IT ('oi'nr. IIHI>POHI> Office Address In. % Pout
WE CAN USE MORE PULPWOODWRITE COl-MTY.CKIIV.Matt FLOIIII) '. IN (11\:1-:; East Dubuque Illlnol. Office, Rlndles Sliced Fresh Flo.
You
Brndle Brnder Plaintiff. TH.Svdell are required to appear on shoulders BAGOIIIGrade!
TIMBER DEPARTMENT Rouen Bruder Defendant. February. 7th. ,.!ID44. In the above lb 21c WbbIaglbl.2Yze
named
Court
Cane No. 2861.OriDKFl and cause, wherein' t
CONTAINER CORPORATION OF AMERICA OF PnnLIPATTON1 plaintiff seeks. divorce Pvudford Fresh Salt
County .
TeleR-raph hall II
FERNANDINA FLA. AND NOTICE TO APPEAR this Order In, next four publish weekly Hams Ib 29c Mallet Ib 19c
OF
STATE FI.OHIDA to: Hyrtell iMHUeM
'Rosen Broder, whose residence In Witness. my hand and, Fresh CutSIdos A
% Mrs. Ilorowlt, 1720 Went let Heal I at Stark,, Flui'Ida, thin official Jan Fat Mackerel or
Street' Brooklyn. New York; and uary: 7th., 19...' Ib lOc Bluefish Ib 25c
whose Pont Office address In "?, (OFFICIAL SEAL A. J. Thongs, Meaty Fresh Pork lblb 3 9C34c
Domentle Relations Court. 827Hrhmerhorn An Clerk of Haul Court.
[ Careful !! Street Brooklyn New Walter C'. Hnrder.lv. Daytona. Ib 16c Cooked for BroilingKnucklos -
Service Drivers Bench.
Prompt York.You Fla. Atty. for Plf. 1-14 4t *.4iv Rind-on, Piece Br. Bacon Rind-on Piece Ga. Smo Lobsters Ib 35c

are required to appear on Smoked PorkKnackloa Strips |Jb 32c Bacon Ib 2Sc
February 7th., 1944 In the above
Headiese
OceanShrimp
named Court and cause, wherein finrrrr COI lt'r lilt \i>Fnnii Ib 21c
.. CnlVTl. KLOIIIUtl IV 4IIAV. Ga. Cured Skinned. Whole Hall
plaintiff eeek divorce. Bradford (' or Ib 2gel.Iyel'
Starke Taxi Service 171 Y. Sliced Pork
County Telegraph hallllch
: Norman
laBues.Wltnen thin .Order In next four' weekly v... Salome. K. Agnes ConKtnMe Con,,,tabe Plaintiff| J'f..nd."I. .>, Ib 22c Hcuns Ib 34c /..* sic| >>, Ib 49c Butterfly

. Cane No, 2'194, I
my hand. and official ORDER OK PCIILICATION Pig Pork 2tt to 3ft Ib SlwlngChickens Fillets Ib 35cHeads
Phone 150 weal at Htarke, Florida. this January AND NOTICR TO APPRAK I
( : 10th, 1944 STATK OF F1.0UIDA to: Salome' Ib 15c Pound 39c Salt
(OFFICIAL. SEAT..) A. J. Thomas Agnes iVinctable, whose
An Clerk. of Raid Court. In Box 131: : Franklin New residence Fresh Cut Mackerel 29CChops
T. Frank andrum. Htarke, Florida You are required to Yn'k. Ib Texas Shipped DressedTurkeys
Day Night Atty. for Plf. 1.14 41 2.4 February. 14th., InN In appear the. above on 29cKingan'a Ha. Speckle

-- named. Court slid. cause, wherein. soy sire. ra 53c Trout Ib 29c
plaintiff
seeks iliv' ores." Bradford.
Gr.
iv 'II'IT f.O..II.UFOIII 1 County Telegraph a h n II piibllnh Bag Pork Whole Fish
C()l >TY. f'OIU"I'll ('''''!\I. thin Order In next four weekly 1..- Sausage Ib 35c Pork Ears or For Boiling-Bacon Fancy

CKHV.Wllll/* .Whit. Plaintiff, v". Alice sues.Witness. my hand, end HeadCheese Feet Ib 12c Skins Ib lOcWilson's Roe Ib SSeRalh'
official'
O'Brien White, Defendant Cane. ,
neal at Htarke. Florida Ha. BuckShad
,
DRY CLEANING & TAILORINGQuick No Z86H.ORDER. uary: II th., 1944OFFICIAL thin Jan Ib 21c Select! Pork
OF PtTRUOATIoy: ANDNOTICE ( SKAL) A. J. Thomas BrdnaKing'm Ib 17c B.V2'/ .ozor23e Ib 19c
TO APPEAR An Clerk of said Court. '. Tastl-Cream
Service High Quality Work STATE OF FLORIDA to: Alice T. Frank Lnndrum, Starke, Florida. Pork Backbone Beef Headless PanWhiting
O'Brien White. Star Itoute (Broom : Ally for Plf. Lard 2-lb 43c Ib
County), Deposit. New York 1.14 4t aI -. Rlblels Ib 7c Hearts Ib 21c 17c

You are required to appear on iv (-IIK i'IT (/'OI'RT niititraiiii Regular Pure Fry in Deep Fat- Skinless Juicy Fla. Caught

NEW METHOD CLEANERSMr. February named Court llth.,and 194.1 cause, In' (the whereinplaintiff .above' ) I .((''.U.at: VTV.'-. FU'U.I" ( IIAa. Lard 2 Ibs 35c Tripe Ib 15c Wieners Ib 35c Mallet Ib 15c

week divorce. Itradfnrd
Karl W.
County Telegraph shall Diibllxhthl Bradford. Plaintiff. v..
Norma U. Kradfoid, D e f endnnt No Pointed Meaty Pork Neck Small Weilern I Western White
t Mr. and Mrs. E. O. Edwards Proprietors Order In next four weekly iHHuett.WltnexK CaMe No. 2830. Mealy

"enl at Htarke.. my Florida hand and thl official Jan- OllDIOR l NOTICE OF PirriLICATION TO AND Bones 2 Ibs 1Se ( Spare Ribs ib 21c | Bacon Ib 21cGrade

< PIIONE 135 315 TEMPLE AVE. liayy 12th., 1 H.OFFICIAL STATE' OF FIXJUIDA API'RAR:
to
I ( SIC?At.) A. J. Thomas (!. Bradford whose realdenc. : Norma.
STARKE. FLORIDA As Clerk of said Court. C'ceanvlew, Delaware. /la A Mixed Sou. Bl*.

4 Walter C. 1ardaaty Daytona Ileach, You are tugulr"jd to appear on Iowa. Lg.. I I FLOUR
Fla. Atty for Plf 1-14 4t 2r January Sim, 1941 G'5 ... tIII.! .
: nam.. ... ..... ". <,0","' __A ,n In,, _the .above,
--- plaintiff- - "seeks? -'dlvnreew': Bradford ivnerein - -- ... .... .. 20-lbl "e

County Order In T..I"l'rapb next four shall weekly puhllh Inauee.lhl. Doz 49c ., .... -.. ... Land O' Sun.

a- WitneHH my bund
and official' -- FLOUROLEO
neal
at
I
cember 2

mw (OFFICIAL KKAL) A,, J. Thomas 2oib 85c
An Clerk of said Court.

'" s" > .l Fla.William D. Moman. Jarltuntivllle., ib 17c ;.;.;::;.
SWta f Atty. for Pit 12-31 4t 1-21: Cake Flour

!\rOTlr'" I Ctn SNOSHEENALL.sSWEET
1 qtra
TO WHOM IT MAY ('oN'F.JtS'You

are hereby notified to file Pkg 26c
your claims against the state of
F. M. Crew, deceased,
claim duly __,rn to and having filed with sold Educator
I 4 in eight month. from the that. Ib 23c 65cMeal CRAX
publication of I this notice. with Hon. l
1K.: -
Perryman County Judge of -: '
Bradford U clam: ( at Htarke, FlorIda Lovelf* / /2-lbJOc
or your will be barred Enriched. White
by statute of limitation. NBC PremiumSODAS
W. O. Crews, Administrator BREAD16oz
sot J."k"Qn. "'- 1'.mpa. (Fla

12-3t J-U ..:-._._ 8c I. 5 lbs 20c ib 17c

IV ('III('|-T ('0' IIT lilt 'DFclifl
COIVT1.. "'1.1"1"I".
1'114\-
-.mDk ; ( .:nr.Kdwln .
,
w 1 Coffre, Plaintiff v... AwneM

Cane Marie No.Cronin'21.17.OriDKIl Coffre. Defendant, Velvo Coffee Ib 19c

( OP PT'nLTPATfOV
AVD NflTK'R TO APPEAR
flTATM OF FIX1IHDA to: Agnes
!Marie' (','ouln Coffre, whone i.evi. Lido Club Sp.g"1Dinner
dence IM B..vvle\v Aye Rnfflewood:
Cliffs New Jersey, and? whose Post Pkg 17c a : e>\\t1'Ct1t\tttc of Ptlfbu4tt''' !
__ Office Addr..M/o I I. P. O. Box 200 r P\\\.bur1 tb.
Covtenvlll. s New Jersey. Starch (for Lustre- gaalanteNY. roc PLinit
You are required to appear, on I'\bbutf 5'aU"' . ,
February Court 7th, and 1944! In the abovenamed I I Pkg 10c ..dtiatr''eh' : 1Yl > flour
'
caitne, whereinplaintiff "
*..eks divorce Bradford 20-Mule! TeamBorax i whc. \
County Telegraph shall publlHh this I I ,yam \\U'f 5 lbs 29ci2
Order In next four weekly Ixmiepr Pkg 12cHam
Witness my, hand and official.
seal at Htarke. Florida. thin Jan.unry >
Sri 1911.OFFlrIAi. !Mew Florldn POIt1loaaRed .-
( BRAT.) A. J. Thoma., : # -
A. Clerk of aid Court. '
Walter. C. Ilar.letty. Dnytona Bench. Bliss 5 Pounds 25C

rr,4 lMerd4i"f Fla. Attr" for.Of. 1.7 4t 12Siv Dev wd

4bY '" iHcriT ('Olll'f IIn "....Olt.. Fresh Florida Florida

f('01 lell"VTV.. FI.oRIUA1" IV 4II1VlUrmond Broccoli bch 29c Cauliflower Ib tOe

It. Cutiihaw. Plaintiff, ".. Ar
Kachael F. CutHhaw. Iiefendant. ,Jamaican I
Case No. 2U8.UltltEft 15c
'.F PtFBLICATION 1/4's CoCOnutS Ea 19C Crisp Honda
AND NOTICK TO APPKAIl
RTATR OF FIX>RIDA to llachael. Idaho Celery stalk 12e
I. THE DRINK OF F. Cutiihaw whose residence I I. No. All Soaps While They Last Baking
7 ""'....au HI. Kttrlck' Vlrnlnl. Potatoes ib 5c
You are required to appear on WOODBUIIY'S SOAP
FRIENDSHIPYou February. 7th., IR44 In the above Canadian
named. Court and cause,. wherein N. C. Green
1 1 plaintiff seeks divorce. Bradford ib 4c
1 County Telegraph shall ptiMlnh thl. Cabbage ib 5c Rutabagas
Order In next. four weekly Issue. . 3 Cakes
Witness my hand and official fj
seal at Htarke. Florida, this. January < Fancy Calif. Green SopCarrots
3rd 1944.OFFICIAL Z3c
( HKAL) A. J. Thoma. 2 Bunches 19c
A* Clerk of said Court.T. .
!}J1Olttcl f7Ior.ida Frank Landrum, "4tark. .., Florida.
tillttt"Jted A ty. for }'If. 1-7 4t l.lt
aU CASHMEREBOUQUET
NOTI4K OF APPI.IC'TIOV loll WEIGHT Means JUICE
TtX IJFUf""I. :
Hill %... l"'.l> J I Th.'ulceconlenlofadcnenoranq.' .
NOTICE IH HBRKP'Y OIVFTV, /
W G. That Dan Thomas, holder of Tax may vary 40%. There I. practically
r wp Certificate. No. 47. Issued the 7th,, Toilet Soap forACr.amy5kln ". no variation when you BUY by the
day of .IDI,. A. D 1910! ), ha. filed I IOk 9c POUND. Weight U the honest wayl!
same In my office and ban made .
application for a tan deed to >.* -- Oranges . Ib
O l issued thereon Hiidl certificate 5c
You can't buy better 6npYltc embrace the following rtencrlbedproperty Sani-Flush Grapefruit e Ib
beer MImet. In the County: fit Bradford.
c State of to-wlt: ;" #LQuick, EasySanitary Tangerines Ib 7r2cw
tlld'I, }; _
7 at any price/ L n5 11. ,.IYI".t on,
Truly A ('0'* "Hub Division of NRH:
of NRH Her. 2* Two. II R B. 22 K.:
The .*".*"m.nt nf the* said property r yr Polished Stuart Almond or Mixed

JAX BREWING COMPANY .under.was In the.the aM name certificate of Jame.Byrd. l Ia..sad .. Lge 19C Pecans ib 43c Nuts ib 39c


Jlfks f l'' f i Unless pall! certificate. hall he
redeemed according to I. w, the



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COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STARKE. FLORIDA I'RIflAY,3ANUity21

&.J UI'" .......- I
l riitrriT ('OL i.T. BH.\I)FOI U I.V ('IH('I'.T rot'IIT,
FATHER MURPHY Funeral ServicesFor Realtor Named'H ('01'''\1'( ''. FM>UII>/ I 1" t'HA.M-: ('OI'N'< '', FI.OIIIIM : 1111 lxffc'.HY. "II'It"
1 011". I : I ,
OUR SERVICE MENIJr.4r.I LEFT MARK HERE Mrs. Canova Strout ejeji Cherny Secreto Plaintiff, vs. Erwin Ktrobel. t'Ulniii,,. ,
''Fred Secrelu: Defendant. CUM :.:... Slrobel.: t>e(.ndant. (.',. ,
S' DC InInt ofllrflINUrnIfurI (Continued from page one) UHDlilt OK[ ."'
4 .:ouutr | "XM now nrrvlnv I fill10III !I Tuesday Afternoon F. C. Hollingsworth, Starke 880.ORDEIt OF PL'BUCATtONAN1J I I ANI NOTICH]I'tTHI.i.To s I
.
IDru.prUiie
*ntn. hr* hrlnitlnir.Anil frlrnilw In BIWM are...urgd.. Inter church and a USO Club realtor for the past 30 years has NOTICE TO Al'PKAltH'i'ATK STATE OF FLUIU! ,vi'i I / ,
consist-I Mrs. Florence Emma Canova, OK[ F1..0KIJJA to: Fredeereto Ktrubvl whoHe I ,
.. Ironi hum. MerwIremdl of three other rpHlden
Ike boV fins? Ing resident -
from been appointed representative .
.. to the R whoHe resident. IB "i airs.eret nun A: Hamilton" Stre.-i: J,
irI6C
TrlrKraplt.srd' Ml Somp rpu.mriii.r41d rtlnic ..rm t. and nrtlvlllvwf . be operated by the National. 6 5, a prominent lifelong residentof of the E. A. Strout Realty S <>, 381 lt., Ave., KlnffHtun:: I California. hI

< InirrrMf.LKTTEK I Catholic Community I Service for Starke died suddenly at her Inc. of New York City S"w'ork.. You are required i
.
_ _ _ Agency You are required to appear on February 21st, 11144 '''1'1' "
the benefit of soldiers at Camp home on North Walnut St. Sunday the agency announced this week. February 19th.; 11M4. In the nbovounmet niinieil, Court and ,mii u '"

.....ltOGL.NI: : ) |I boot training at Parrla. Inland Blandlng and the community at as the result of a heart at- G. M. Inman represented: the plaintiff I Court seeks and divorce.cuuoe Bradford wherein plaintiff County ueka dlvor,",. ,tfl;'h'
Telegraph ,
Mrs. Ruby Allen of Brooker S. C. He reports that the trainl l large. He rolled up his sleeves tack. She is the widow of the | organization here for a number I'ounty. Telegraph shall publish thisrder Order next tour shall weekh,, [' :il.4'In "5 9

Is tough but the late Paul E. Canova. O In next, tour weekly Inane I Witness. my hnnd "',
recently received the following Ing plenty and took his turn at carpenter 'of years until his death sometime WltitttHH aeal ami, T1
my hand and official at Slarke: '
'
letter from her brother Pfc. Marine Corps Is what he wanted work planted shrubbery mowedthe Surviving' are two daughters, ago and the merits of the neat at Starke, Florida, thin January uarf 14th IK44. Florida, 'thu/'.\(
and he Is perfectly satisfied. His turned the center Mrs. B. Flynn and Mrs. 19th., 11/.4..n' (OFFICIAL NEAL
Shurley L. Tet lone, Bon of Mr. ,". grass and George company are well recognized In ( : SISAL' ) A. J. A. Clerk of ) A I n. S
Thoma. Saul "
and Mrs. George Tetstone of address In: Herbert A. Green Plat. I Into a real beauty spot. Richard G. Kldd; one son Paul E. tanova. community.In .A.*Jo'gll''lkA7.f":; said Court. I H. H. Dm..an Jack.uUvlIl.Court "'

13. Bn. 5. Marine Barracks Par. Some time because of til C Jr.; three sisters, Mrs. 1. Frank Landrum Starke: Florida AUy. for PIt.:' 1.21
ago ._ II"
Brooker: fact the material success Atty. for i'lf. 1-21 4t 2-11 ____ ;
rls Island, S. C. N. D. Wainwright Sr.. Mri. E. E. _
I Somewhere in England I health due to a chronic ailment. of the Strout Agency may be i* tnicrrr cornr.
1 Hello Ruby: I Father Murphy was forced to' Canova and Mrs. J. L. Frazee; Its I* CIHCIIT < (StilT. BIIADFOHD C'DIINTV. .....0....>.\, u ti t'lit"
measured steady growthto
by '
tOlNTlf. FLOHIUAt I* (:'II. *- OHHY. \
I At last I hav got down to I TRAINS AS BOMBARDIER leave his pastorate here for a one brother, J. M. Alvarez; four its present prportlons . < the CKIIY.Michael .. Viola U. Seaward. I
Plalnllff
answering your letter and I am Aviation Cadet Hcrance Glbbs period of recuperation. When his granddaughters, Mrs. Glen Wood largest farm agency In the world Ruth Dolney.Dolney Defendant., Plaintiff vn.Case Effla No.: Cans George o.Wi8S .award. O. f 0'40';

glad to know that you are still I (Buddy) Davis son of Mrs. W. N. health was sufficiently regainedhe Miss Betty Ann Flynn Norma . and by Its Increase in sales J8811URDER ORDER Ol" PUBLICATION

,I having a good time at those I North of the i State Farm. has was assigned\ to Perry and and Emma Jane Canova; five volume from year to year. AND NOTICE OF PUBLICATION:- STATE AND...NOTICB AI'P '.?
TO '
having just reported for duty at the Big IncludIng grandsons. William C. Powell. APPEAR OF FLORIDA to
dances., I /0ure am my surrounding communities will STATE OF FLORIDA to: Effla W. Seaward whose "*
fun over her. with these girl II. I Spring (Texas) Bombardier I I Lake City. It Is believed that George Flynn Jr., Paul E. Can- The Agency publish a Ruth Dolney. whose residence I I" Oklahoma Ave., lluntlnKion r".ldo",".

I hope'you had a big Christmas. School where he will begin trainIng the automobile accident that cost ova III Richard G. Kldd, Jr., l large farm catalog soon after Delivery% Mra. William Mealc, North Welton. Carolina.Meneral tlon.You I.. are I. required. i

i. You know'I'll have'to cook as UU I as a bombardier. Davis grad- his life may have resulted from and Robert Canova Kldd; four- Feb. 1, and 'Mr. Hollingsworth You are required to appear on February 19th., 1J44. to In mm.the .!'

my day on duty. I cook every : uated from B. H. S. in the classof a recurrence of his Illness while great-grandchildren, all residingat requests t hat property owners named February Court 19th..and 1844.t'aune In the wherein above named plaintiff Court seeks. and cause 'h.eb.

other day, and off the other. The 1942 and attended the University driving alone. Starke; and one step-daughter who want listings In that book plaintiff: seeks' divorce.I Bradford County Telegraph divorce.shall publi, |l1'e41,,

I'm oft you can guess what of Florida at Gainesville Mrs. John Inglesby of Miami. and County. Telegraph shall publish this I Order In next four weekly) /i1.
day arrived in Jack- i
) Bishop Hurley get the information to him so Order In next four weekly l isaue. Witness my
I do-Lay( In bed and sleep). I I until April. 1942, when he entered aonvlllA from Palm Beach Sunday her daughter, Miss Lucia Fur- I Wltnemi my hand and official seal at atarke. Florida.hand and off,

(:.' I surely was glad of the pic-I the service. He played high and remained with Father plusa of Lakeland.. I that he may forward It to the seal at 19th.Stark,. "Florida thla Jan-' uarjr 19th., 1944. thl. J

... .ent. .. It did A lot school football and Is an Eagle agency before the deadline on nary OFFICIAL 1944. I, (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J, Th
iiir.---.. ,vnu, -- .. me. I Murphy until death came Monday -[, Mr 'Canova was a member of ( SEAL) A. J. Thomaa i Aa Clerk of Maid Court

I1 of good' to fee I I Scout morning. The Bishop said the Baptist Church, the Wood- I that date. T.A a Clerk, of saId Court. I T. Frank Landrum. Starke, -
Frank La ml rum, Slarke, Florida Atty. for PIf.
p1 some of the \ Upon completion of the rigid mass in the hospital room Sunday man's Circle, and for many years I Mr. Hollingsworth.! ]}lanj to provide Atty. for Plf._, 1-Z1 4t 2-11 1.21 4l t":
the, 18 weeks' training which with the W. T. I 1ST CIHri'lT COl'HT.
faces from program morning and Father Murphy then was affiliated the community with a free isr cmcrrr roi'HT, COuNTY niHDPn.
8R"1"01l0
good old state of Includes strict discipline intenI I In an oxygen tent repeated the Weeks Chapter, U. D. C. rental and troi'MTV. FLOII1UAI IV CHANC'KRIT C'HHY. FLOHIOAl I |> ,?'
Invites the listings
Florida. I am sive ground school study and held I agency : Clarence C. Bartel.
words, following the Bishop. Funeral services were I Plalntlfr
of of : Oeorge Thomas Engle Plaintiff. v.. Anna !Mac Whit Bartel
all kinds.
sending you oner many weeks of strenuous night Pontifical High Mass was held Tuesday afternoon at 3:30: o'clockat properties Margaret Hookey Engle, Defen Case No. 2859. Defeni,

of me. It Isn't ; and day flying over the vast for him Wednesday morning at, the home with the Rev. A. E. He does not however provide a I ,dant.ORDEIt{'n.... No.OF 2RS PUBLICATION!. AND ORDER NOTICE OF PUBLICATION
TO
very good but j.jL Texas range country on practice 10 o'clock In the Cathedral at St. Llghtfoot! pastor of the Baptist\ free collection service. ANt:- > NOTICE TO APPEAR STATE OF FLORIDA APPEAR to
can tell whoIt bombing missions, he will be STATE OF FLORIDA Mae Whit. Bartel : A
you Church officiating. assisted by to: Margaret whoMe
attended renld.'
Augustine and was 'bymany Real estate transactions recently Hookey Engle In 421 Kllla,
whose San
awarded his silver wings as a 1'.1| Franclm' ,
Is. I bet you sorrowing friends from I the Rev. Fred Yerkes of the l closed by Mr. Hollingsworth denre I III 6436 Regent Street. Phila fornla. .. r

won't know me I bombardier and be appointed a Starke, the Episcopal Church. Interment delphia. PennaylvanU. You are required< to .appear,
Bishop Hurley was i Include the sale of the J. H. You are February .
required to 14th., 19..
flying officer in the Army Air appear on In tho.
... when you see mea I I celebrant and the Rev. J. J. Mee. was In the family plot in Crosby Doughtery farm at Theressa to February 19th.. 1944 In the above named Court and CBUHV, wh,
Forces, Lake under the direction named Court and cause, wherein plaintiff seeks divorce.
Cemetery
g a In. I weigh han of Jacksonville delivered the Ben and China Faulkner of Tennessee plaintiff seeks divorce. Bradford County Telegraph ahall Inui) ),'

I sermon. Inteiment was In thepriest's 1 of DeWitt C. Jones. and sale of ,a five acre County Telegraph shall publish thin this Order In next four pu w..
198 pounds. They AT FORT BELVOIR .
Order In
'
.111'''
next four .
lot In San Lorenzo Cemetery Active pall bearers nephews of farm at Waldo owned by Marvin Wltneaa' weekly ItiKuei i

Bay the Army! Vincent L. (Sam) Alvarez, son St. Augustine. Mrs. Canova, 'were: W. M. Waln Johnson to Robert S. Schanch. Heal at Stark: my, hand Florida and this official Jan- seal Witness at 8tarke my, band.Florida and thli offf

will make a man of you or kill of Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Alvarezof wright W. R. Canova. F. A. nary /19th. 1944. uary 10th., 3944.OFFICIAII ,
Father Is survived bya
Murphy OFFICIAL
,J ; one or the other. It reallyhas Starke \la "in the Army now" ( SEAL: ) A. J. Thomas I ( SEAL) A. J, Th
you. brother, Eugene Murphy of Canova J. R. Wainwright, N. D. Camp & Hospital As clerk of said! Court. ', Aa Clerk of ald Court. I
., / made a man out of.me, hann'tIt after being emeployed as an en- New York City. Wainwright. Jr., L. A. Canova 1 1'. Frank Landrum. Starke, Florida T. Frank Landrum Starke FH,
? gineer with the State Road Department Council Atty. for IMf. 1-21 4t 2-11 Atty tor Pit. 1-14 n|
J. J. C a n 0 v a, D. A. Mpntelth! Meeting _
Winning/ you all a Merry Xmas for the past several ANNUAL Henderson Simpson and W. H. IN rinrriT' t-oI'nr. RHAMFORD C iv rinrriT cornr BIMI
and a Happy New Year. and the I years. Hla address Is: ,Pvt. Vincent MEETINGOF Well AttendedA ('OI'I\f'l''', FI.OIIIUAl I> CIll'VCKHV. roir-VTY. FLORIDA. I i> ufl
: Graham. : fBHY.
RED
beat of all good luck. the year L Alvarez-20419495.. Co. "A", CROSS r Ilnxel Paker. Helen I
King, Matrhakon
,
Members of Mrs. Canova's famIly ' of ladies members of Plaintiff. VH. fltlllen Plai! |
'round. 9th Bn.. E. R.. T. G., Fort Belvall' -' (Continued from page one) funeral out group l.cbby H. King, Defendant. Case va. Christ' Stlllen. Defendant
from .
attending the Red Cross from Bradford X. 2D84. No. 8.19.
I Your brother Va.HOME g
of town were: Mr. and Mra. A. County attended the OlDER OF PUBLICATION:- ORDER OF punLir-ATinvi( \
Shurley. Ing as models were Janet Ander quarterly AND NOTICE TO APPEAR AND NOTICE TO APPEAl: '
? ON' FURLOUGII son, Jo Anne Dinklns Marguerite t B. Canova and Mr. and Mrs. Hen meeting of the North eastern STATE OK. FLORIDA to: Lebby STATE OF FORIDA to: (-f
: derson SlmpHon' Jacksonville Florida Camp & Hospital Council V. King whose reiildeiice. In 83rd Elt IIJe". whose residence ,Is 30< i
MET: IN PACIFIC Cpl. Raleigh E. Strickland has Fowler Mad g e Brownlee and i Surgical HoHpltal. A. P. O. 923 40th street.. New York N. V
Mrs. Mann and Mrs. W. R.
Kitty Service at Camp Blanding on Jan. Sun FrunclHco. California. You are
Nancy Whitney. required to uppea' '
Henry Managua recently received been enjoying a furlough which Banklln of Lake City Mri. J. S. 12. You are required to appear on- February 7th., 1944 In the t

the following letter from Leo t he spent here with his mother, : An additional display of cloth- Drummond of Jacksonville, Capt. February 19th.! 1944. In the above, named Court and ..au"e. wh
Those attending from here Included named Court and caime. wherein t plaintiff *....k. dlvorca. lira
_. WllkovHkli: Mrs. Cora Strickland. He likesto Ing and knitted garments made
I
.
Richard R. Kldd of Fort Jackson. plaintiff Mpeka U. S. S. Carina visit hla old by volunteers here was shown by S. C., Mr. and ),!rs. John W. : Mrs. K. G. Duncan chair- County Telegraph", .nhall publish thlx I thin Order In next four w .ktun. ,
'
man Bradford County Camp & Order In next four weekly issues.
Hello Henry: home town ant the Production Room Chairman i
and Air Cadet GeorgeB. WltneHH
Ingle by
my hand and official Wltne" hand and
I have some good news for you meet his pals- Mrs. Lemuel Colson, who an- Flynn Jr.* of Miami, J. J. Hospital Council Service; Mrs. seal at Stnrke, Florida this Jan. aeal at Starke my Florida this off

and the rest!' of. the family. what few are nounceii, the names of women Canova of Panama W. F. Edward Burns, executive secretary uary( 19th., 1944. uarr 3rd,, 1944wOFFICIAL
City,
'd OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas I ( SEAL J.
I saw Phillip Just recently and I left here Cpl who have 100 or more hours of r (Bill) Canova.of Tallahassee. Mr. of the Bradford County Red An Clerk of paid Court. A. Clerk of said )Cnu A.t. Th

he la looking fine and Is In good I Strickland I 11 I kesi work to their credit in the or and Mrs. O. N. Canova of Winter: i Cross chapter: Mrs. V. L. Sturgll. '1'. Frank tamndrum Starke, Florida Walter C. Hardexty, Daytona I P!.
Atty. for Plf. 1-31 4t 2-11 I Fla.
health. He came out to the shipto to fish and hunt. ganization. They are Mrs. W. A. Haven, Mrs. Adallne Chace of Mrs. Arthur Ellsbiiry Mra. John L Atty. for Pit 1-7 ft

dinner and we both sat around I but the shortage Bonham. Miss Amy Coburn, Mrs.C. I. South Jacksonville F. A. Canovaof Healy, Mrs. Ruth Morse and Miss\

almost! all day 'apdtalked about L E. Hernwall Mrs. Hubbell. Sylvia Morse.
Gainesville W. M. Wainwright
)f shells has In- EVERY: BRANCH OF
home and gtarke: and how muchwe Mrs. Alice Lansing Mrs. Ruth and Mrs. George Patten of Tallahassee A report was given by Mrs!

I'' would like to be there for terfered with hip Morse, Mrs. E. K. Ferryman. Mrs. Coxswain and Mrs. W. H. Duncan on work of the local \

Christmas.! I wish that It wouldbe iuntiflg. He Leonard Smith Mrs. E. O. Stans- Graham of Brunswick: Ga., Chief chapter during the past three

possible for us to come but horough 1 en- bury. Mrs. C. F. Ward all of Warrant Officer; and Mr E. J. months. which included the sponsorship -9n

have to win first then Starke and Mrs. Mar f of a shopping service for
we a war toyed his furlough key 0Brooker Flynn of Orange,, Park Mrs. L. uranCeR.

we can come, home to. stay. but.when his time was out: Mrs. Wadsworth of M. Gray and Mrs Dupont Mur- hospitalized service men at Camp

L .fleat, regards. he was eager to get back on/duty r I Hampton and Mrs. Joe Brown of phey of Gainesville Mrs. M. C Blandlng, the donation of |v baby .

Leo. for Uncle Sam. He recently received Lawtey. Ford. Mra. L. Q. Bule and Mrs bed for' the maternity ward anda

the Good Conduct Medul' An election of chapter officersfor Lila Meager of Jacksonville, Nor: gift of 250 Christmas cards a

_ 1 BRIEFLY NOTED: after being In service for one the coming year resulted ina man Eastmore.! of Melrose Mrs. front various church organiza- C. WALL

Albert GlUson. a civilian em year. His address is Cpl. Ral re-election of the entire roster: Wllaonta C. Helmlntoller of Hawthorne tions In Starke. _

: ploye of Camp Blanding, has been I eigh K.: Strickland. Med. Det.,, as follows: Mrs. B. F.. Flowers of Brig. Gen. E. W. Fales, commander W

Inducted Into the army and will I Sta. MOP, Flora Ml"s. Chairman Judge E. K. Ferry Ocala and L.., i F. Simmons of: of the Camp Blandlng Agency &

_____ return there as a soldier on Jan. man. Jacksonville.\ IRTC and Col. Walter E. Smith

23. JOE HI('KS WRITKH: 1-Vlce Chairman Joseph E.' ,. Camp Commander addressed the

Pfc. Ira W. Allen, returned yesterday The Telegraph has received the Wilson. WAVE Anderson meeting. Constant Service Over 50 Years

to Camp Wheeler, Ga., : 2-Vlce Chairman E. L. Mat .
_ _, following letter from Joe Ricks,,
after spending a furlough herewith Fireman 3-c: thews. Now An Ensign isr clarity roriiT. R'Of'OIUI

his family and parents Mr.\ 3-Vlce Chairman Hal Ed C'Ot VtV. FM>HIU '| IX CHAM. Please Phone ..146CLASSIFIED
"I want to let, you I\now that '' CKIIV.Sidney
and Urn. D. D. Woodard. I've address wards. Nora Agnes 'Anderson forme:: James. Hartufleld. Plaintiff
changed
Seaman 2-c James F. Donley my again. 4-Vlce Ch a I r man .- O. P. long distance supervisor( for the vi. Evelyn TIII.tt Hartifleld.. De-
e This time a little further than I I ,fendant. Case No. 2889OKDER ,
f4 who has been stationed In Iceland Wadsworth. Southern ..Bell'0Telephone, Co., in OP PUBLICATION:
expected but I'm not oft It
sorry: ,
Is spending a 2 -day fur 5-Vlce Chairman Mrs. E. C.: Starke has ,been commissionedan AND NOTICE TO APPEAIl '
I am over here In England now,' STATE OF
FLORIDA to
: Evelyn
lough with his parents."' Mr. and Long., ensign In the U. S. Naval Reserve '- Tlllett Hartafleltl. whose residence. ADS
having the time ofvroy 1L((., T.U: i*
Mrs. L. A. He will Secretary Mrs. A. Z. Adklns. and assigned to active la P O. Box 181, Elisabeth City .
.: Donnley. return people over here treat us very V !! .. _.;.;... ;__ :...._.. :
.V. .o u.
-4: to the East Coast Feb. 3. I fine just like we were at home I Treasurer Fred F. Stump. duty In the office of Chief of You. are required. to. appear on WANTED FOR SALE-Model IIIB Lelc.l

:h Billy Balkely son of Mrs. Jessie i A social hour followed the bust Naval Operations. Washington D. February glst.t UH! In the above mm. camera with F2.0 Surl
of address :I Listings
Since my. change ,1. named Court and cause, wherein on apartments, houtfiea or
l Mae Blakeley ,of Jacksonville. a I have missed the Telegraph. for ness meeting and program Mrs.E. I. C' plaintiff aee.K divorce. Bradford hoaie tor rent,.located within 20 tar lens. Speed 1000th secf,
former resident of Starke and a K. Perryman presiding at i a :Joining the Waves In :Dec. 1942, County Telegraph a hall I publishthla Also Weston
mile. Master Exp
there Is nothing that will cheera of Starke'
recent visitor here, has' enlisted tea table prettily decorated by; Miss Anderson'reported to Cedar Issues.Order' In next four .weekly! Meter.
If not k'
fellow up more than a paper or 119 East Call Street! you do
In the Navy and will be stationed I II Mrs.: Jeanette Klncald.Interest Falls. Iowa for training/ as Link Witness my hand and official market of
letter from hla folks at home. price and value
temporarily In Jacksonville. was centered In Instrument Trainer Instructor at seal. at Starke Florida. this. Jan- W. T. CLUTE Realtor
a
___ cl
'
Tell all the old 1 pala of mine uary 14th, 1944 equipment please do rot
thaI large Red Cross fashioned of the Naval AII- tStatiofl, Atlanta, OFFICIAL
SEAL) A. J..Thomas
this Is. I PERMANENT offer Write K In of r
i : care
a very pretty country A. (Clerk of WAVE 59c! Do
AT PARRIS ISLAND camel la* and flanked by tall tapers da. She was selected for special said Court. '
I like It fine. but nothing can R. I!. [>uncnn. JacksonvilleFlorida' your own Permanent with paper.
_ _ Herbert A. Green, son of Mr.and In three branch candelabra.The assignment as Specialist ((1') 3-c Atty. for Tlf. 1-21 4t 2-11 Charm-Kurt
with old home In Kit Com lete
compare my
Mrs. Adam Green of table to teach pilots'stationed In Bu p FOR
I Starke was covered In lace. RENT-around Feb. VI
good old Starke. Fla. equipment.
joined the M a l' r n.. Corps two Open face sandwiches cake,and Aer Washington D. C. She waa iciitri'IT rot HT. m \IFOnn Including curlers room unfurnished house and]
Joe C. Ricks. F3-c fOI'MTV, FLOIUUtl II and shampoo. Easy to do, absolutely -
flftIKItl. \
weeks ago end Is now' taking hla coffee were served. transferred to Instrument' Train- tached 2-room' furnished sp-
Fll'e'tP.
Navy No. 320. care harmless. Praised
Ing Section Deputy Chief of Paul J. Wright. Plaintiff.I vn. by ment suitable for sub-l

0.New Scouts SendCigarettes Naval Operations (Air) in August Ca.LnuiHe No.Lamh 277.onr Wright Defendant thousands Including Fay McKenzie Desire permanent tenants. |
Relief At LastForYour'Cough York N. Y. glamorous movie star.
1943 'and was employed there as: >ER OF prBLrOATiov ply to Bx 446.
_ Sp. (T) 2-c when selected for ANn NOTICR: TO APPEAR Money refunded If not satisfied.
STARTS FIIATTR.ININO STATE OF prx>RIDA to: Louts. KOCH DRUG STORK .
Aviation Cadet Joseph. G. Hoff To Seabees Abroad Catas. V9. She has a solo pilot's tnmb Wright. who. residence la FOR 'RENT-One Room 1

t license.FellowshipJMeetings. 61)8<> Meridian Street Hunt vllle, ,ment, completely furnLihed]
man. 23. son of Mr. and Mrs.' A In ha ma. STRAYED Sorrell gray-faced
Louis Hoffman of Starke has re Local Boy Scout Tooop No., 7 0rent You are required. to appear on mare colt about 2 cooking and sleeping. In,
old
Creomulslon relieves promptly because Its first of i Marrh Sth.. 1941. In the above named yrs. Florence, Varnavoe. Post 0:
I tt goes right to the seat of the ported at the Army Air Forces 'cartons shipment gigarettes ; Court and cauue. wherein plainriffaevka wearing halter. Had one white Brooker.-'Fla.'

trouble to help loosen and expel Training Command Station Per- 100 purchased At Pine Leyel Telea-raph divorce.Khali publish Bradford County hind foot. Last seen headed -

germ laden phlegm. and aid nature rld Field, Texas to begin basic from the R. J. Reynolda TobaccoCo. In next four' weekly h.ue.thte. Order. toward Starke. -E. J. Lewis hELP
.
., to soothe and heal raw. tender in. pilot training. .. to boys In the U. S. Naval Wltnemi my hand and official Brooker. WANTED
flamed bronchial mucous mom Construction Battalion somewhereIn W. E. Hall, pastor of the Pine seal at Stark! Florida, this January Itp 10 MEN OR WOMEN to COB
branes.Tell your druggist to sell you A minimum of 70 hours flying" Level Baptist .church, extends a 17th., 144. our Florida organization.time I
a bottle of Creomulslon with the understanding time during his nine weeks there 1 the South Pacific, this week. cordial Invitation to all to attend A."II'C''r7: IAS.fOFJo'lCIAL FOR SALE 1939 Plymouth.
-A. Clerk of ; dealers now averaging j
you must like the way it will combine with ground school The gift was made pos s I b 1 e coupe 5 tires fair condition. :
the series of
quickly allays the cough or you are subjects; military drill and ath through the efforts of the Scouts Fellowship meeting'Sto Knight A Knight. Stark. ,Florida SEAT) See El: C. Miller at H. .A. Laweon's weekly. Can use few part{
to have your back.GREOMULS1ON. be held .thet" soon. .
money
dealers. Established tol
for
Atty Pit.
HOffman'sdays anti by contributions of the pub 1-21 4t 2-11 on Jax
letics to keep Cadet highway. Itp
I T. 'of
:; \lic. B. Swingle Glenville Ga.,. High quality non-rationed'
.
full
I from reveille
early to
About weeks'ago will preach at the opening meet- iv rmrriT (coi'wi BRADFORD WANTED -Girl's full-sized bicycle .duct.. For application I
for Couch Chest Colds.Bronchitis eight Assistant -
taps. COIN-TV.
FLonIO.
I:*
Ing Thursday Jan. 27 at 7:30: P. 1 CHAN II
)
Scoutmaster V. H. Carden, CKRV.Wllllo: good condition. Also J. M. Lewis 70 W. Iowa.

suggested the Idea to the boys M. The meetings wUl continue U Oelirer' Plaintiff 1 vu. Juan. electric train set, not victory phis. Tenn. M||
its Defendant.
t ATTENTION FARMERS through Sunday with i sessions Oelger. Case No. model. Write
and soon after jars for receivingcoins 2875. Box 283 lip
were placed In leading store planned for each morning after- OROBR OF PITFLICATION: I IF YOU WOULD BUY OR $

A Representative of this Association will about town. / noon and evening. Young people STATE AND NOTICE OF FLORIDA!: TO APPEAR to $100 REWARD for Information I milk cows stock cows bed
: Juanita ,
Collections reached the will be In charge on Friday night. Oeliter", 21 E. ard Street. Tattnall concerning disappearance of tie, stock bulls or hogs, r9

be at the Court House in Starke each Friday last week where It was possible point Others of the' clergy who will Homea You. Savannah neorgla. Ben Dell last seen /going to hla touch with J. D. O ioa.

afternoon, until march from 1 :30 to to purchase cigarettes for the assist l with the meeting are Rev. February are:lht.required, 1944. to In appear the above on farm on Road 13, about Jan. 12, Box 247 Starke; Box 204''
,
_ E. R. Bowers. Rev. O. E. named Court and 1943. Notify Susie I
first overseas shipment and according Hadges plaintiff aeeka cauae wherein. Dell. Rt. 1, City: Telephone 481 Lak
2:30P.M.
and Rev. R..D. Ingle. Count divorce. Bradford Box 94, Daytona Beach Fla.. Auction market Tu '
to Mr. Carden. the troop Telegraph" >h all publlnh every

Visit our Representative, or our office and has a reserve of about $32 In yesterday. this iHau'n.Wltne Order. In next four weekly Starke.or Sheriff A. O, Andreu. Lake City. 2:3: ; everyday 'I'r.'

the bank to apply on another .a my hand and< official Itp Palatka. 2PM. I
Interesting" note \U
learn that Mr. .
about
more a Farm Cooperative. shipment which eat at Stark. Florida. thla January -
the boys hope to Carden who was discharged from JOth.. U l.OFFICIAL. FOR SALE--2 Duroc sown LOST Somewhere In SIJ

CROP AND be able -to make within the next the U. S. Naval Hospital at Long ( SEAL) A. J. Thomas 14 pigs; 2 Duroc and Tuesday wallet contJ|
LIVESTOCK LOANS two or three weeks. Aa Clerk trf said Court. gilts; 1 Duroc ;
Beach Calif., on last July B. wasa Joe Hill William Lake boar
Butler. registered; 2 name of Mrs. fary
- FOUR AND On behalf of the Mr. Florida. AU,. top Plf. Guernsey owner.
ONE-HALF troop former I.Ult: 2titu' '
,' (4'/O Carden wishes member of the U. S. heifers, 1 fresh.-Apply Bis- Finder please phone 29 <*
to
PER thank the public j, Naval Construction Battalion . cayne Cabins In '
CENT INTEREST for Its 2 ml. north of at the Bradford County

buting to the generosity cigarette In fund contri and were the group sent.to which toe cigarette r : D666 Starke, Road 13. H. B. Purvis. graph office. Generous "

Gainesville Production Credit asks that It continue to
cooperate A drive
scrap paper will be the
Association In this effort. "It's a small gift next : FOR '
project of the Scouts who BUXWAR.BONDS SALE Radlo-phonon
compared with what the men who will CUE combination. fj
Gainesville compete with Girl Scouta In ; l Change
Florida receive the cigarettes are giving a house to house canvas for paper and SIVOJh. changfo. fight cord automatically. F* i
us every hour of the 1
day. he said, and magazines here soon. 666 TABLETS. Ifff $50. See Mrs. A. W. AJld

It: 5AWE.NOJE DROPS WJ Mable St.. after 6 PBRADFORD )I.


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