Group Title: Bradford County Telegraph.
Title: Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Uniform Title: Bradford County Telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke, Fla.
Starke Fla
Publication Date: January 28, 1944
Frequency: weekly
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Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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r_! and BRADFORD COUNTY. TELEGRAPH Sweetest This Home Side Strawberries of of Heaven the


',;..' Official County Publication Established In 1877 _


Paper Now Nation's No. 1 Need; Hear Truck OPA Owners OfficialAt Bradford County Gets Set To Raise

ollection To Start Here SaturdayBradford School than 200 HouseMore farmers and $274,400 Fourth War Loan Quota

truckers in addition to the local i

County starts today seeing what it can do to rationing board and employed attended i ____..u _

lip Uncle Sam overcome the Nation's number one critical the district OPA meeting I With
|ortage-waste paperRepresentatives I held in the High School Audi- Now At Half-Way Mark,

of the salvage headquarters in Jack- torium on Wednesday evening of 'Big Time' Talent In Floor Show County Has Bought Only 13

nville were here Wednesday completing arrangementsth last week. Similar gatheringsare !
Percent of Total
held in aU counties, W.
local corrtmittee'! members for an intensive waste
paper L. Blair, chief clerk of the rationing At Birthday Ball Here TonightA .I
flection campaign that will get under way tomorrow.S. .
board said this week.
off slow
Getting to start because
E. Sparks, chairmag of the County Salvage Commit- a of delay in the ap.
Harry Burdick of Jacksonville, I pointment of a chairman to head activities Bradford l lI
L. T. Jacksonville i
and County Agent Dyer joined the
State Tire Inspector in the feature floor thow.studded with stars artists from, all over the Slates I County's Fourth War Loan Drive received impetus this
ficials in giving the follow- address of the evening. gave I from the "Big1 ,Time," now In who happen to be stationed at I week from the selection of Jos. E. Wilson veteran chair-
explicit directions to the Lawtey Students Instruction on the care of tires khaki at Camp. Blending will be a Blanding.One .
man many patriotic causes to steer the "big push" to
blic for the collection of to insure their longest terms of feature attraction at the Pre of the entertainer, Pvt.
\ a successful conclusion during the
Make Fine next two weeks.
ste : ShowingIn information dent's Birthday Ball to be held
paper service, of marked Alex Micucci, an accordionist, has
he three general groups Salvage DriveUncle interest to every car owner at tonight, (Friday), beginning at 9 toured with U, 8. Camp Shows The drive which officially opened January 15 (although -

paper desired are: news- this time. o'clock in the USO-YMCA audi- and appeared as a featured soloist little has been done in this county 'up to now) will

Int, slick paper and cor- Sam's war effort is bet- Mr. Blair expressed the belief torium, according to Fred Guy with top flight orchestras! suchas continue through February 15. Bradford's quota. which

fated board. These three ter off by 3.700 pounds of waste that the meeting; was both In- County Chairman of the Infantile) Sammy Kay, Horace Heldt was $197,000.00 (purchase price: ) in,the Third War Loan

|ups should be kept separate paper and 346 pounds of waste formative and successful. Paralysis Fund and head of arrangements and Paul Whlteman. lJl'i\"e last fall has received

tied securely (both ways) fats as the result of an intensive for the event. Adding variety ,to the show, WILL HEAD DRIVE a whalloping boost and Is set

bundles of 20 or 25 pounds salvage drive concluded last Friday Musicians stationed at Camp Pvt. Bob Harrell, tap dancer recently _,_ ,,,'_, -'_,_, 'Nr_ at 274400.00 (purchase
merchants are urged toe by the Lawtey Junior High Oil ShortageStill Blandlng. who before their Induction was cast with Mary Mar price) in the current drive. Of
School. into the army, played!
tin in the musical this
cardboard cartons, m a a h comedy suc- total 225000.00 must

flat and tie Into bundle of, The drive was organized in the with country big "namebands"will make "lithe over the orchestra cess, "Bent Foot Forward". be E series bonds--the kind ,

nvenlent size for handling.: school assembly Jan. 9 and students CriticalA which Mr-vOuy' up has engaged Cpl. Jack Wells, appearing cur purchased by individual buy-

bese bundles should then be were divided Into two to play for";(dancing. rently In Camp Standing's "Fox- era. The state quota is $121.-

ted at the curb in front of groups-Marines and Army. Of- Miss Bubble Hicks and MIltS hole Frolics", produced under the 000,000 an compared with f

residence or place of bust- ficers chosen for the Marines check with beads of four Louise Snyder will be In''charg sponsorship of the Special Ser .- $117,000,000 in the third f ,
on Saturday morning: of were Everett Crews Lee Taylorand major oil companies here yesterday -. of serving refreshments duringthe vice Office there will also lend .- rt campaign. The national quota ;

week. Boy Scouts\ Gh1uts George Roberts; Army officers revealed that a total of some I. evening. his talent to the Birthday Ball is 14 billion dollars.
were Billy Edwards Cole 24,000 gallons of kerosene had show r;
and 4-H Club' members Hostesses for the affair will be Cpl. Wells who Impersonates With the drive

the aid of a city truck, will man Phillips and Barbara Moore been received in Starke duringthe Mrs. Edward Burns, Mr William celebrities of stage, screenand Ing Its half-way mark now, approach-the Flor-

pete In the collection of these Officers advanced in rank according past week a negligible Baggett, Mrs. W., H. Thomson, radio, recently drew top billing ida Bank at Starke and the local

dies. After collection the to the material collectedby amount compared with what usually Mrs. Ethel Bigg, Mrs. Ben Stern- In Baltimore night "pots.i \ poatofflce main l issuing t

er will be carried to the each pupil. The ones advancing -I Is shipped to wholesalers In berg Miss Luclll Mitchell Mrs. i The Birthday Ball, an annual In the county report sales' to agents date

ke Fanners' Market, where In the Marines were: Everett a week's Jeanette! Klncald,' Mrs. Myrtice event stands out as one of the of only $,600.00-lIttle more i I

times-Union truck will pick it Crews. George ,Taylor Donald Freeman Register Carpenter Mr. Junlus Smith moro Important dates on the social than 13 percent of the required

every Monday morning andIt Bennett MarJorie Milliard. Bobby head of the Gulf Corp., here Mrs. J. \V. Brownie, Mills Madge calendar and according to total.

free of charge to Jack- Whitehead Lee Taylor, Alvin there seems to be no more cheer- Mldilleton. Mrs. T, H. Osborne reports from Chairman Guy, this ,,. "It looks like almost I'
irllle where It will be disposed Lewis, Estelle Bennett Bobby Ing outlook on the problem In Mrs. W. H. Hart. Mrs. C. H. Nan-, year's dance promises to top all human this time super-
( brough the I. V. Sutphin Co. Rosier Marvin Warren Wendell Immediate view worthy, Mrs. 'R. F. Demorext, records, both In attendance and Job Chairman
Wilson said
"' for any reason the collectors Kelly' ,and David Kelly. Advancing In fact, the weather man did Mrs. C. A, Knight and Mrs. Her general Interest displayed.The : from Bradford yesterday "but judgIng

Bid fall to pick up paper Init in the Army were: BUly Edwards more than the oil dealers this bert Ritch. dance will climax an active record I cannot believe County's we'reaolng past

of a home or business: the Barbara Moore Coleman week In relieving the situation I Pvt. Micky Blasters, veteran drive for funds with which to
to short
Richard Esther JOS. E. WILSON come up when the
Idual concerned should tele- Phillips Carter when the Starke thermometertook night club entertainer of Detroit fight Infantile paralysis. As Informer final in
count in.
Every man,
.He 35 (Red Cross) or 186 I Shuford, Alene Starling, Edmond a welcome rise and the famous Chicago and Cleveland, a featured years fifty percent of woman and child In the

nty agent) and report the Rosier Mlary Darley and Leslie Florida sun put In a tardy vocalist and funster, will act as the money raised In' Bradford will simply have to make county his
Ion of the material, it can I Phillips.First prize of $5 went to Donald appearance.J. master of ceremonies for the County will be retained locally, To Aid Public mind to take stock of his finances
oUected.ficials B. Alexander of the Shell floor show which will Include a while the remainder will be sentto
Bennett, who collected 78 and then to the bankor
are very eagr to have'd I Oil Company reported that 2V4 variety of acts brought to Starke the National Foundation for go
from Bradford County go pounds of fats and 312 pounds of million of kerosene only. through! the courtesy of the nation-wide campaign. With Tax ReturnsThe the post office and buy bonds
gallons has
> Jacksonville, Monday morn- I, paper. Second prize of $2. was oeen- received. . in. _rampa. .'cms.. weeK, . . M? .. to' the full extent of' his ability.

as this Is the first concerted I awarded ;.to Marjorie Hilllard who I but this constitutes Please do wait for
shipment only"a not someone
first collected 70 'pounds of fats and Standard Oil Aids Col. Healv Describes
here and the
in the bucket" he said deputy collector of 'Internal
drop to auk you to buy bond It IK
46 pounds of paper for the Ma
' that this plan of collectionen when divided among hundreds of Local Bond Drive Security SetUpAt revenue Is expected tq do a rush
rines. A $2 prize was Impossible for volunteer workersto
used in community.
any dealers over the state. ing business here next week whenhe
jrangements have been made awarded to Owen Shuford who Alexander blames ,the deterioration By Purchase HereThe Rotary Luncheon come' to Staike for the purpose -! see every man, woman and
collected 17 pounds of fats and 42
ve a truck pick up waster of aiding with' chill In the county and It Is go-
In other towns in they pounds of paper for the Army, of trucks and the drafting of Bradford County quota In Col. John W, Healy. Commander taxpayers
their 1943
Income tax returns. Ing to take 100
and transport it to Starke. The Marines collected a total of drivers for the freeze In trans the Fourth War Loan Drive Is of District Five Fourth Ser- percent coopera.

I citizens are urged to give 2,428 ponds of paper and 273 portation of kerosene and be- nearer fulfillment today due to vice Command, Internal Security The deputy will be at the court- tlon on the part of everyone to

wholehearted support to pounds of fats. The Army collected the subscription of $1.000.00 by Dept., was guest speaker at the house here from Tuesday, Feb. 1, put this drive over."

f drive as long as It lasts but 1,272 pounds of paper and cause 'his condition will not be Standard Oil Company (Ky.). Rotary Club Wednesday. through Monday. Feb. 7, and may

|clally this week-end, so that 73 pounds of fats. alleviated soon, he expects: a con K. O. Duncan, the Company'slocal A veteran of World War 1 and be consulted between the hours Machinery RepairTo

can show the world what wend tinuation of the shortage, at least Agent at Starke entered the with 30 years of service In the of 8:30: a. m., to 5:13: p. m. A
to do about the Nation's Seaboard Completes for the next few weeks. subscription for Standard Oil, National Guard and regular Army, deputy will ulao be at the Lawtey Be TaughtAt

tiber one critical shortage. and received expression of appreciation Col. Healy gave a brief descrip- postofflce on Feb. 7 and 8 to Brooker

ImprovementsAt Kelly Appointed I from the committee tion of some of the precautionsthat give any advice and assistance l .
the military In for needed. No charge U. made for The Vocational l of
ndy In Hospital Station Here Mr. Duncan well known in tills taking Department
SupervisorOf community, stated that the actionof the protection of civilians In timeof this service Bradford High School will opena

B. Mundy is in St.'Vincent Improvements amounting t b Registration the Standard Oil Company was emergency These plans Include Because of the complex nature course In the repair of farm

Bpltal, Jacksonville as a reef some $30,000 have just been completed taken expression of the not only dangers incident of the 1943 return and the fact machinery Jan. 31, at Ilrooker

an automobile accidentch at the Seaboard Railway J. R. Kelly was appointed genuine Interest-of the organization to enemy attacks, but also Include that mot people than ever will The clam will be held each Monday -

occurred early Sunday. Station here. according to a report Bradford County supervisor of In the success of the Fourth such things as fires hurricanes have to make returns thin year.It Wednesday and Friday from

.. 18.Jr. from Agent T. J. Griffin registration by Governor Holland War Loan in Bradford Countyand etc. is expected that a record num- 3 P, M. to 6 P. M. at Coleman

Mundy was removed from yesterday. yesterday to succeed James F. in the State. Col. Healy described the complicated ber of taxpayers will consult the Padgett's Garage

| home to the hospital Thursof In adltlon to the umbrella sheds Holllngsworth who resigned effective Job that hU department has deputy during his stay In this The course will ba continued

last week when it was built along the front of the depot Feb. 1. Mrs. Mary MottMrs. to, perform In coordinating its county, The public Ix urged to for a period of ten weeks, and

Covered that he had suffered. which are vlsable from the highway Mr Kelly who Is Deputy Clerkof I program with activities of Civilian start work on the returns at once the purpose U to instruct the

plight brain concussion. His Interior Improvements Include Courts, expects to carry on Mary Mott, 89 died at I Defense Committees, State and help prevent the confusionthat farmer In repairing his own machinery
flltlon Is reported to be fair. an xtentlon of the wait- the registration In that office In the home of her daughter, Mrs Road Patrol, State Guards and results when everyone f!>ut. I and to enable him to car

Ing room 20 feet( the installation : the Court House here. Ellis demons In Brooker, Saturday other agencies. the job off till the last minute. ry on his work with limited
of tile tex floors in waiting rooms Returns must be filed sby any equipment,
ota Exceededr I' Mr. Hollingsworth resigned the morning, Jan. 22, at 2 I,
and offices and a complete new Roy Denmark single person who"e total Income Coleman Padgett will be the
position which he has held for '
> Children's Home paint job throughout.The o'clock. Mrs. Mott was a long in 1943 wan $500 or more; every
the past three so that he instructor In the course, and any.
appropriation for the Improvement time resident of Hellbroon I Roy Denmark. age fit, died at husband or wife whoso Individual
radford County more than was made by officialsof may enroll in the Gupton-Jones Springs. but had made her home his home four miles west of, Income wan more than $624; one who is Interested should en-
led Its quota of cash contri the Seaboard Railway Company School Mortuary Science In Luwtey Tuesday at 1 A. M. A every hUHbuml and wife whose roll at the first meeting. There
with her daughter at Brookerfor
ons to the Children's Home Mr. Griffin said because of Nashville, Tenn. He will begina I former resident of JockHonvllle, I combined total Incomes were '1- will be no( charge for any service

Jacksonville during 1943, acini the marked rise In ticket sales nine months course there about the pant two years. Mr. Denmark has been engagedtey 200 or more; and every Individual The only cost to the farmer will

otn the Annual reoort. of .In...-. ihA n,_ nn- H.m nlnir_ of Camo. Bland- Apr. 1. Funeral services were held at i .I...L.a.C..R....".. aL... .1.1...... .I.IF4V...._ ."._ V I w).it... ,nnlrl..-.- ni-. nwg-.. .,..,. n- Iflx.-.. nn_n -tfi2- .-
be ror
|Society. ing. )[r, Hollingsworth! was at one the graveside In Dekle Cemeterynear for the past 12 years.Ji"uneral "D'1-1 Income. his new parts necessary Farm to repair -

__ a quota of $100, a 'total of Ticket sales which formerly time employed by the DeWitt C Lake Butler, Sunday after services will be held machinery machinery -
266 was sent to the Society amounted at moat to about $2,000 Jones Funeral establishment as noon at 3 o'clock. at the Friday afternoonat I for repair may Include
on WorkingThere
grave Cemetery
Item of farm such
Si this county. Residents of a month. Increased to $40,000 In manager for two years and since Mrs. Mott Is survived by two two o'clock and burial will be any equipment

jrke contributed $U .99. Law- the same period In 1942. Shift then has workM intermittentlyas daughters. Mrs. Angelina Dekle, In Dyal Cemetery. will be a working at the as: Trucks Tractors, Wagons,
Plows Cars Planters Distributors
$57.44.: Theressa $8. ,3 and Ing personnel at Camp Blanding, an assistant there. He has Lake Butler; Mrs. Ellis demons, Mr. Denmark U survived by hIs Brown and McKinney Cemetery Harrows All .

pton $I, Mr. Griffin explained Is largely been employed during the past Brooker; two sons. Noon !Mutt of wife, Loys, and four children, Saturday, Jan. 29. Kveryona Is In Bradford, etc. personsliving or In

__ _______ responsible for the present dropIn 18 months at the Canova Phar- I Brooker and Cleveland Mott of Floyd, Earl. Bernice and Valera asked to come and bring Implements adjoining counties are County invited to I
money taken In at the Starke macy. Hellbronn Spring. all of Lawtey. to work with.
The attend this
t Library depot to between $18,000 and course. I

ITOTAL| Is PEACE a striking by Ely original cuirtson -, $20.000 Increased The number a proportionately month.of employees during has i Stork Wins Race With Streamliner. And 'Airline' Is Bornrived I Farm Leaders

listlc and statesmanlike at. 1944 GoalsFarm
this time from five to 11 and'
apt to forecast and plan for kept pretty "busy", train's condu c tor to Bralnard "Money to take care of the girl at her home yesterday.
these are By Mary to Kent leaders from northeast
future. One says "it Is the Agent Griffin says. Harvey, ticket seller who made and the kid", he explained brief- The kindly midwife, who has
and central Florida counties met
pst perfect machinery;yet de- The stork won a "photo finish" the necessary arrangements here. ly. delivered :31 babies In Starke dur-
d to prevent International race with the speeding Seaboard According to Mr. Harvey, the interested the delivered her in Gainesville last week to discuss
Lose In fact. there were many ing past year farm goals for 1944 and
>rs. The author has turned Airline Sun Queen Saturday whenan young colored woman was travel- In the welfare of tiny first 21 years ago In the midst of them.
methods of
genius for combining the- Close Overtime Game unidentified army doctor delivered lag from Sebrlng Fla.. where she "Airline", including her grandfather an Eajt Coast storm. "There just reaching

with practice mathematics a bouncing brown baby In had been employed to the homeof Will Jackson who came wasn't anything elue to do". she Thin county was represented by

|th psychology, from the trlv- To GainesvilleBradford the tiny women's wash room Just her parents In Cordele, Ga.. a directly to Starke In response to said. That boy U a sailor' now W. V. Chester Farm Security

to the moat urgent of hun High School lost a as the train pulled Into Starkeat distance of some 400 miles. The a wire from Mr. Griffin explainingthe fighting overseas ant Entile Is Supervisor, L. T. Dyer County

problems. Stuart Chase Wed- 6:05 P. M. emergency probably occurred, so plight of the mother who proud to have brought him Into Agent, and the A A A County

cribes this plan ".. they close overtime In game Gainesville.The played. The baby was named "Airline" Ticket Agent T. J. Griffin says mimed by a few hours arrivingat the world. Committee, James Rosier, R. F.Demorest .
| scheme I have ever seen nesday night the colored "because calendars are so scarce and W. S. Slbley.
ended in a because so mother her father's home In time for She speaks with real patriotic
eciflcally designed for get- 21 to regular 21 tie game but in the over- Eltha Jackson McLin said yesterday this year". the birth of her child. fervo when the says that she It was pointed out that the

around the rock of na- time play-off, the Gainesville "she was born on the Sea- Mr. Griffin has been exposed to Jackson brought clothing for feels. she performs the greatest farmers of Florida produced In
nalltles. quintet made three points to win board "Airline".' countless human interest stories his daughter and grandchild and service she Is capable of when she 1943 -t h e largest production of
ICTORIA GRANDOLET is Both mother and child are "do- crops, livestock and poultry In
24 to 21.StaTke. during; the pant half that took care of all the expense that delivers a soldier's baby here at
(new novel by Henry Belle- end Ing nicely1 In the hands of Mid century the history of the State. It waafurther
was trailing at their arrival and stay In Starke home.
inn, author of King's Row. wife Easte Holland In her snug he has been associated with the pointed out that they are
half. 13-12. bad incurred. Will
of the first Midwife Holland
IGHTNINO IN THE SKTSswiftlydrawn :cottage on the Camp Blandlng Seaboard Airline Railway but expects expected to exceed this enormous

a : proflle-bi- CARD OF THANKS ,highway where they were taken none more touching than that ofa Esule Holland who has cared Jackson back "any day now" to production In 1944 with a big

aphy of Msjor General< by Dr. Adams In the Jones am- sailor who jumped off the Sun for these temporary residents of "carry" his daughter and granddaughter Increase in practically every Item.

55 H. Doollttle.. With* ex- We wish to thank the many bulance upon their arrival at the Queen Saturday to pour from his Stark this week Is proud of her back home to Georgiabut Problems the farmer must face

ration worthy of his spark- friends who so kindly assisted Starke station Saturday. starched white cap Into the hand I charges. She had just finished she will 'be sad to see the were d 1 s cussed Including farm

subject Carl Moan re- us In our recent bereaveme t. Dr. Adams was waiting with of Mr. Griffin the coins and bathing "Airline" and had wrapped .llm. young* mother carry the tiny labor, seed fertilizer: transportation

to us the boy Jimmy May God bless you all.-Mrs. R. the ambulance in response to a greenbacks ho had collected from : her, In a clean white blanket bundle out of the cottage-and to e I ling prices, marketing

his story. M. Johnson and children. phone call from Waldo by the; fellow seamen aboard the train. : when the Telegraph reporter ar- latch the gate behind them. storage.

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girls, has had an attack of : February Ifttli., 1941, ,'," ,,
smoke had settled while cooking GRAHAM Gainesville. I 1 named Court anilan,. ,
I Hester Starling, daughter of appendicitis but Is recovering plaintiff seeks. divot, ,
COUNTY and coffee over an
BRADFORD floup boiling By Mrs. Eva StricklandMrs. Wednesday County Telegraph shall ,P", ,
Lottie Starling, spent
oak-limb outdoor fire In the without an operation.Mrs. Order In next four ", '" I
1877 Milliard Broughton and night with Hazel Osteen. Witness. my hand ,, '
have had
E..tllbll"hl'd backyard. These good folks Caleb Strickland a seal. at Hlarke.' 1"loiici
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Brough- Doris Carter has been workingat I"
used up every single piece of telegram from Washington that uary 19th., 1944.
M.BA\BB7t 'rl 'burnable trash that could be ton: and children and Mrs. Maud Camp Blandlng for one year (OFFICIAL 8BAI.. ) x '
FLoRJn.\PRESS ASSOOAHONV 1 the week-end and two months. Others work her husband who was with the As Clerk of said. Couri" "
; spent
\ Surrency
in the
around the
found yard or T. Frank Land. ." ,
NAIlQNALEDiroRIALASSOaAnOKVjE. street. In fact, my friend Trube with relatives in Plant City. and quit, but Doris is a faithful 5th Army in Italy la: missing in Atty. for Plf. _* I 1:1 i i. I I' "

says that even last summer's Mr. and Mrs. Drew Walker worker.Mr. action Dec. 15. Deepest sympathy IV' flliniT CO
I 141',
roaatlng-ear corn cobs, that once and son and Mr. and Mrs. Roy and Mrs. Hurbert Bell are la extended her. (0tN'l'V, FLUIIIIJ1. IIII\IIPII,

L. Matthew ______________ Editor and Owner littered the backyards, have been Bowman and son of Macclenny the proud parents of a daughter.Mr. I \ lit, ,)

collected and utilized for fuel. spent Sunday with relatives here. and Mrs. Melvln Padgett I I Oeorn.Margaret.Thomas Hookey EnI:1I111..,.. PUI|. ,, ''" idant. ;t.

SUBSCRIPTION RATE Yes. the oil shortage hit Lawteya Mrs. Eva Strickland and daughters have a new baby boy. IV Cllirt"IT COI'IIT. MRAUFOMD I Cuss No. 2882 "'It \

Yearly, $1.13; 8U MontliH.. $1.01)( little hard, but it did something Louise I sift Myrtle, Miss Mrs. A. E. Small and son, ('01 MTV.. KLOHII| I* fllCKHY. \:\. I I ANt ORDER) ;NOTICE OF l'UHLtt'\'rION TO "( )""I"

for the appearance of the Dorothy Reynolds, John Ward Junior, are spending a few days Sidney James. Hartsfleld, Plaintiff, I STATFJ OF "I..OlttDA. ,,: R II.
and Entered Second Class. MatterAt civic so far, had and Miss Kathy Maud Easter- and Mrs. vs. Evelyn Tlllett Hartsfleld, Defendant. I /Caret Hookey 1Jnll"h..! "'hll', ,
Published Weekly on Friday an town that pride, with her parents, Case. No. 2869. I dence I. 6438 Regent Stjet. I'b"delphla.
the Post Office at Starke, Florida. failed to do! hog were visiting Mjra. Strickland's Wester. I ORDER OF PUBLICATION I Penn.ylvanla. "
and daughter-in-law AND NOTICE TO APPEAR I You are required to
According t 0 a Jacksonville son Pete Brinson, Dr. Brlnson and I STATE OF FLORIDA to: Evelyn: I February 19th., 1944. In ,u JJ'"
at the State Farm Sunday. Theyare named Court and . al>
paper that city was oil-bone-dry Jack Wilkinson were dove hunt- Tillett Hartsfleld whose residence I cause.
Ounce Of PrecautionIn writerof the proud parents of a fine : IH p. O. ):lox ui Elisabeth. City, I plaintiff seeks. dIvorce nh.hhCounty !, '
For several days, but the Ing an hour or so near the schoolhouse North CafoUna"I I Telegraph shall mil llh "
the 1944 Annual Fund-Raising the article said something thatI boy born Jan. 22. He has been on Jack's farm Wednesday. I You are required. to appear on I Order In next four weeklj. ,I.,''
many communities named John William. February' 21st., 1944, In the above" I Witness my hand and ,'
think should have been censored Walter Lang, son of Richard I seal at Starke. offll
named Court and cause, wherein I tij
Foundation for Paralysiswill
Appeal of the National stated uary 19th., 1944.. I.
by the editor. He Lang who works near Tampa, plaintiff seeks divorce. Bradford I
be in the nature of "Thanksgiving"-an expressionof K. CLAY HILL County Telegraph shall I publish (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Tho. I
a that Jacksonville uses more spent the week-end until Tuesday this Order in next: four weekly. I A. Clerk ot said Court.
Divine thanks that they have escaped the fury of the Oil than the entire state of Georgia with his parents. He has not Issues.. I T. Frank Landrum, 8tarle FlO
Lura Burgess! Atty. for Plf.
By Witness my hand and official 1-21 4,
combined! Now all laugh
we I ,
worst epidemic to hit this nation in twelve years. Only CorrellpoodrntSUCCES3FUL been home for a year. seal. at Htarke, Florida this Jan -
and joke and take some"pretty Harry Mosley came home 14th. 1944.OFFICIAL IV! CIIICflT ('011n'r' ,,.
twice before in the recorded history of the disease in the dirty cracks at our neighbors to RANChER Thursday for a brief stay with ( Clerk. of SEAL said Court.R. ) A.:1.. : ThomasAs COVNTV.tEStS'. FLOHIIIA Hll.l.p 1\ tNt,

United States have there been such serious outbreaks as the north, but I know a lot of WORKS EARLY Si LATE his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harris- .J{. Dunrnn. Jacksonville, Florida Reset. ".kfr.Kln,,. 1..IIIlIft. ,,

that of 1943, with more than 12,000 cases reported.But folks who were born and rearedIn If you do not know the farmer son Mosley. Harry works in the Atty. for Plf. 1-21 4t 2.11 No.tebb 2884., B. Kin& 1)etendsnt 'f'

Georgia and I just cannot believe and rancher who. as far as can shipyard at Tampa. ORDER OF PIJ
the generosity of people that only about five percentof be found is the largest taxpayerIn Ben Padgett, son of N. Pad ,I %TV, FI.OHII11I, IV (' AND NOTICE TU APP AR

ing President Roosevelt's birthday last year made possible those crackers shave and take this community you had bet- gett. works in the shipyard in Paul CKHV.J. Wrlg-ht. Plaintiff 11".1 B.STATE King whose OF FLORIDA resldencp. to" (.t,

auick and effective action against this disease which ran baths during the winter months! .-. (vAf A/tniia In..t. wt .Tfr. .la .Tar.,.* I, ,Ja..kll nville. f.itiiMsft r...mK UTt t vh t. Thai?**. _ !Surgical Hospital. A. I' .?. :
L L n a 'Iwa. w. -- "
However, after thinking the matter i.I'dMra.:: Ernie Padgett.. of I Casa No. 2877. I San Francisco, California.,
U hand :
Wilkinson. He
rampant through California, Texas, Oklahoma, Kansas, young, I ORDER OP PUBLICATIONAND I You are. required to BI'] p,
,' over, I do remember that it's some, well educated and.. real I Jacksonville, called on her mother NOTICE: TO APPEAR February 19th., 1944. In the Ii t,

Colorado and other states. only during the summer months worker. He is honest, fearless Mrs. Falrdoth, Sunday after 8TATR OP FLORIDA .to. : Louise'. I plaintiff named Court seeks. and divorce callus II"h., .
I.amb whom residence 111
Wright Brad
Speedy help for those stricken was made available by that Georgia peaches are so nice! and a money maker. He has a I I 808 Meridian Street, Huntavlllo.Alnhanm. County Telegraph shall l'uloli'h', ,
Wilkinson has been 111 Order In next four weekly I,.,
herd of cattle. He also
local Chapters of the National Foundation covering nearly large I You are required to appear on Witness my hand and off,*
j I Hampton Happenings farms and owns a large farm. with the flu, this week. March 6th., 1944 In the above named ,seal at Starke. Florida! lhl. *'
3,000 of the nation's 3,070 counties, even as scientists-also He fattens the steers for the Arthur Wilkinson had 25 pine Court and cause wherein plain uary 19th. 1944.OFFICIAL .
Barbara Home tiff seeks divorce. Bradford County i ( SEAL) A. J. Tho
j supported in their work by those same dimes and dollars- market. He Is sending his oldest trees grubbed out around his new Telegraph. shall publish this OrderIn As Clerk of said Court.

sought further clues to the identity of the elusive Cripoler. COUNCIL MEETING 1 girl her third term to the collegefor home to make ready for a next tour my weekly hand issues.Witness and officialseal T.Atty.Frank for Landrum Pit. Stark 1.21 4t Flrj.i I*

that of The Ladles Council was entertained women at Tallahassee. His new fence, flowers, scrubs and at Starke. Florida this Jan.
Last the American, people provided ounce
year by Mrs. Marjorie Wads- oldest son Is enrolled as a fresh some fruit trees. uary 17th., 1944.

precaution by their contributions. It could not be an ounce worth on Wednesday, Jan. 19. man at the University of Florida. Mrs. Arthur Wilkinson and A. Clerk of.A.said; J.Court.OFFICIAL THOMAS.. NOTICR OP TAX APPLICATION ItKKIlSewt ti rsJ

of prevention because there is no known preventive for The leader was Mrs. M. C. : Another son is in the 9th grade.He daughters, Kathleen, Joy and ( !SEAL.' ) NOTICB( *IS BIII. NO. Hit: ?
Knight & Knight, Starke. Florida HKKKBV lilV*
the disease. But that ounce of precaution was priceless Sweeney and the Scripture was knows bow to make a Florida Margaret, went to Starke Wed- Attys. for Pit. 1-81 4t 2-11 That R. L. Green holder of l l-n 2
ranch and farm pay. He and his nesday afternoon. Tax Certificate No. 211. Isnupd t

because there !is no known cure for poliomyelitis. taken from Peter 4th Chapter The' family are Baptists and attend Robert Nolan has had his home iv! rmrriT roi'RT. BR.t.DFonn. 4th filed day same of In July my, D. 1931 and _,

. Another old adage might also be revised for the Infan- and Corinth 5th Chapter. ,I church at Maxvllle.\ ) Jack livesIn completely redecorated. They fOI"NTV.. FLORIDA! IX: (''''':Ii- mad application for a tax s,?
under discussion was: tF9tY.Willie
subject to be Issued thereon. Bind
tile Paralysis Appeal now being made-"A dime or dollar "Why Do Christians Suffer?" : a bun galow, painted white, moved temporarily from the I. Oel rr. Plaintiff, vs. Juan- tlflcate embraces the follow,.e
nicely furnished and In good house into the remodeled Duck Ita Geiger, Defendant. Case No. scribed property In the Count
and "How To Be Victorious Over 2 8 75. .
given may be a child's life saved. Bradford State: of Florida. 10.
taste. He has Pond School while this work was
a big maroon family ORDER OP PUBLICATION1ANI
Suffering. A hymn opened the Lot .7 of Blk 12 Ward ('Ily
car and a pick-up truck. He being done. Mr.. Nolan has a NOTICE TO APPEAR a Twp. 1 s; K. to E.
meeting "Leave It There, and STATE OF FLORIDA to: JuanltnOelicer .
works early and late. A fine example farm-and many cattle-but his The assessment of the said p-
Your Boy's Supplies I 21 E. 3rd Street. Tattnall
after the Bible reading a. duet erty under the said certlfkai,
Mrs. G. F. for others of this com I I main business is the. woods and ; Home, Savannah,000rria.ou _ __ u'l sued was .In.. iha. name_ of "h'w'r .. '
d bY
was rend ere -- n' -- -
Why' are 14,000,000 cords of pulpwood needed in 1944? Wadsworth and Mrs. W. H. Grif munity. lumber and ties for the railroad. February are It requirea lit", 1944 10 In appear the above on P. i:'
His son, J. C., la In business with named Court and cause, wherein Unless said certificate shall1))
A clear-cut answer may be found in the disclosure that fin. An inspiring devotional service Clay Hill\ School has only twelve plaintiff seeks. d yore.. Brad ford redeemed according to. law: )|

the Army Service Forces, whose job it is to equip American with all members participating more weeks, after this one. The him.Mrs.. Jackson Crews Is able to (ths"ountv Order Telegraph.In next Khali four publish weekly property sold to the described highest therein bidder wild ill

invasion forces, plan to land six 'tons of supplies initiallyfor was enjoyed. days pass quickly because they be up and about, having been ill iBBUOS.Witness. my hand and official day.ourthou"e In the month-door on of Februnry the firm if i'

After the business period the are all happy days. Some of the for some time. neal at Stark. Florida, this Jan- which Is the 7th., day of Febnj
American and additional for the 1
every overseas an ladles were Invited into the dining children say they wish it would uarv 20th.. 1944. Is 44.
George Sculley Is to move SEAL A. J. Thomas Dated this 5th., day of Jan,
first sixty days. room where the dining table, never end. The school does not
i family Saturday to one of Rob Aa Clerk of said Court." IS 44.OFFICIAL.. ?
What's the connection? : graced by ago r geoua spring live up to its name, for It sits ert Nolan's houses! Just across the Joe Hill Williams. Lake !Butler. ( SEAL) A..T. Thi
Clerk of circuit Court of Bra
Florida. Atty. for Plf. 1-21 3t 2-11 ;
Well practically bit of equipment all food and bouQuet of snow white narclxsi.pieawited on a hill of sand. However, not creek from where he now lives. County, Florida. 1.7 4t .
every ,
attractive of
an array far from the school there is clay drives truck for
Mr. Sculley a IN rmrriT rnritT. Bit tnponnCO
medical supplies, and most ammunition are all packed in Sandwiches, cake and salad coffee sticking out on ;fa hill. It Is reddish Mr. Nolan hauling ties NTY, FLOHIUll ('SIAN.' :
: paper or paperboard before being shipped abroad. And that or hot chocolate were, servedby multicolored and looks as If One of the teachers had a nice Helen CKHV.. Cherny Secreto Plaintiff VI.

takes lots of pulpwood. the hostess assisted by her Bis It would make lovely pottery. It Inner__.... letter_n__. _frnm__'_ TtenlrA__m__ rnnurftv.! Fred Secreto, Defendant. Case No. e S
ter, Miss Marian Johns. should be tried. : 2330.
a former teacher at ----J'I ORDER OF PUBLICATION I BackachhWarn
Without the protection of pulpwood products of
many ,Ten members were present. Ihe The Waters family have now She i la teaching In West Palm AND NOT1CR TO APPEAR
these vital supplies might never reach their destination February will be heM at moved MaxvtRe In the I STATE OF FLORIDA: Fred
meeting to Strick Beach and very happy. She Seoreto' whose. residence la % Mrs. Mat orDlebrdelft
else be unusable because of spoilage. Pulpwood shields Mrs. T. C. Chastaln'a. land place. taught at this school six years. Secretn.' :381 lit., Ave.\ Kingston, Kidney Action b
New York.
them from bad weather, salt water, and cushions them Mrs. Lizzie Wynn of Jacksonville Mary Sessions an aged colored Our county Supt. of Schools, You are required to apper.r on Modern life with It* hurry end*P)
woman, at the Hugh TurpentineCo. C. B. Bowles, was over in this February. tilth., U4.! In the above Irregular habit*. Improper eattni
against the inevitable rough handling. visited relatives and friends ., on the main highway, died community with a truck Thursday named Court and .cause wherein : drinking-it*risk of exposure and ,
plaintiff seeks dlvorre. Bradford ion- thtH
here last week. : -throw* heavy strata on .
: Many persons have become callous to appeals basedon Sunday ailcl noon. getting a loab of slabs for County Telegraph shall publish this of the kidney. They are apt to b4,
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Croft of Order In next four weekly issues ovvr-taud and 1.1to filter .ic.. ,
Our mail carrier for this rural the Green Cove Schools. Mr.
big figures since the outbreak of the war. They tread Witness my hand and official and other ImpurIties from the hlHli-
Lake City were Sunday guests route Is Sidney Harris and he Bowles often drives the school .seal at Starke. Florida, this Jan blood. '
daily about billions of dollars being spent, millions of thiscr of Mrs. Lynn Hall. brings mail Mon.. Wed., and Fri. busses, teaches. hauls wood and ("OFFICIAL 19th 1944. You may auffar. oaRfrlnc; bid
8EAL) A.:1.: ThomasAs alaainf> a, letting up t
that needed. So let's Put it another way: Mr. and Mrs.. Andy Wall spentthe day. You may well know we repairs the school buildings him Clerk of said Court.T. leg pain.. a well me-f..4 rosa
week-end at Webster. Little I look forward to those days. self. He la really the man of the Frank Landrum Starke, Florida tired nervous all worn out. Other
Your boy or your neighbor's boy overseas, poised for Atty. for Plf. 1-21 4t 2-U of kidney or bladder disorder if'
Bobble O'Neal returned home Arthur Wilkinson and son, hour in our school system. The tim. burning, scanty or too (Ira rurination.
the invasion needs six tons of supplies packed in pulpwood. .
after enjoying a visit with them. Billy celebrated their birthdays teac hers do so like him and '
IV ( IHCI IT 4-01 IIT. lilt tOPOItl> Try 000..'. Pill. Doan'i M::
; How many cords are you going to cut for him? Mr. and Mrs. Leland Walters Sunday with a party. Those present everyone appreciates his great ('OI VI'Y, "''1.0'\1 I".1 kidney to paaa off harmful eiet>'Nwaste.

and family of Alachua were were: The four Misses Eunice, efforts. He Is an excellent County fEHY.Michael .Dolney. Plaintiff, vs. Effle century. They of public have approval.had more th.Arcrr.'

guests of Mr. and Mrs. Bob Edwin and Walter Knight and Superintendent.Mr. Ruth Dolney, Defendant. Case No. mended by grateful users av r>*

Don't Wait For Prompting Touchton Sunday.Pvt. Leon Carter. They had an enjoyable tfnd Ms. Chas. Wilkinson of 288t.OnDEn OF PrBLICATIOVANP Ak 'OM' "nttghbortDOANSPILL

and Mrs. Chalmers Poole time. Many more happy :Jack sonville, called on Arthur NOTICE TO APPEAR
The OPA not only urgeS all women to turn in left over STATE OF FLORIDA to: Kffle.
and lon :Merlin, were In Gainesville birthdaysA'! I Wilkinson Sunday. Ruth Dotnev. whose residence Is
kitchen fat for salvage, but it urges all dealers to askfor Saturday.Mr Jack Wilkinson n spent Saturdayand Ida Mae Killlngsworth. one of ", Mrs. William\ Welton; General.

it, and remind customers of their patriotic duty and Mrs. Gordon Wads- Sunday with" his wife 'In the Clay Hill School 7th grade Delivery You. are Meslo.required North to Carolina.appear on I I

i. In the official January Point Ration Chart, sent by worth and children, Jerry and

: OPA to all meat dealers and grocers throughout the land, Mary Kathryn, and Miss Marian '.1 .

the front page is devoted entirely to America's needs for Johns were In Gainesville Satur Have "Coke"
a = Meet friend
a new
used fats for munitions, medicines and manufacturing. day.Mrs.. Carl Wynn had as pests! ,

I And here is thegovernment's message to every dealer: during the week-end her sister, I

"Ask EVERY customer to bring in used fats. Mrs. Betty Barry, and daughter,

Mary. of Jacksonville. ..... ... -....-
1 .
"Give her ONE POINT FOR EVERY HALF POUNDin : G : .,- ,.
Mr. and Mrs. Roscoe May of ,
:, addition to the for each half -.
two cents
you pay Washington' D. C., and Mrs. Wilma ;;;;: .
...7., ::<" .
pound. Lambert of Tocoma Park. - -

"Your renderer will pay you one point for every half Md., were called home due to the
serious Illness of their mother
MI's. Horace May.

"If your fats are not picked up by a regular collector, Pvt. and Mrs. Roy Rogers,

the Railway Express Agency will handle them: The Miss Barbara Home and Pvt.
renderer will pay the transportation charges" Joe Rejols vlsl ted Jacksonville
Beach afternoon.
Don't wait, however, for your dealer to ask for your Sunday
,B. Y Saxon was In Jacksonville
used fats. Your used kitchen fats useless needed -
to you, are on, business Thursday of lost

and saving them is a small but important service to weelc.:

your country. Turn in every ounce you have. Mrs. Lyin Hall was in Palatka


Mrs.. Henry Rowell returned

last week after enjoying a visit /

UNCLEJOE'S with her son and daughter-in- <'..-_ -' : -

law. Sgt. and Mrs. Jack Hodge

of New York City. _

Mrs. Carrie Kalch and Junior

Kalch of Jacksonville were guests
of Mr. and Mr*. Woodrow Hicks
- V..A I Sunday.
I _

It By oJ, L 1IARRELL Mr and Mrs. M. L. Wattersonwere _

shopping in Jacksonville
---- --- Monday of last week. ,
Well, sir-I haven't seen so 'cumulated that should have been I ",
The Fifth Sunday Convention
whiskers since the days collected and burned a long time
many of the Christian Churches will be
I Iklnta
ago. The City Dads also got
when sideburns were the latest .
held at There sa Sunday, Jan
careless and the streets
fashion note, and, If this K. oil uary 30. Everybody welcome.Carpenter's I
were littered with dead oak limbs,
shortage doesn't ease up soon so
I us old goats can heat a little corn: cobs and last month's news- or hotv to relax leave -
water to shave the drug store papers. But. mind you. this was ,. . on -
before the K. Oil
corner Is going to look like an

op n-alr convention of the Houseof clean along. an Everything a chicken bone now after Is a a. What more friendly way to welcome a soldier to family gathering than the

David. Methodist Sunday School picnic three short words: Hr a .CoHIt BVr. '
says happy lef
But It's an 111 wind that blows dinner. yoi/re And there'sno

nobody good, and even the oil -T.. ,n"J'.,... ....., .whan-.".. ...,...I.'n."'''. better way to show it than to be sure you have Coca-Cola In your icebox

shortage features. had In recent some years redeeming the down State Street to pick 4'out ready to offer its refreshing hospitality. From "down under to back in the

citizen of Lawtey have been so those who had used their oil up U. S. A., Coca.Col.stands for tbtpauu that /,.,*&<*-has become the
entirely. The men looked down symbol _
busy earning an extra dollar (and
of friendly folks the 'world
spending It) that they lusthaven't right boogery and even the over. '4Coke"Coca.CotI
had time to clean ladies bless their
up sweet soul, It's **
natural orularna11
around the house and back of looked a little smoke-dry behind OTUIO UNOII AUTHOIITf OP fHI. COCA.COIA COMPANY IT to acquire friendly: abbrt**

the chicken coop. Consequently I the ears. Not dirty, understand, STARKE COCA-COLA I dons That's new
an awful lot of trash has ac but Just a mite dingy where the Drug Store BOTTLING CO. I Coca-Colt. nrr&c'".


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and Donny of Lulu spent Sunday detail in gardening also, the Experiment Blanding and Marjorie J. Bestler. I I ho.."*...

I B. H. S. HIGH SCHOOL NEWSSTAFF with Mr. and Mrs. I. J. Williams. Station worker said. I Chicago. Ill.. Jan. 18. .!,I ral Wltnrmi, my hanil and official

Mrs. H. M. Rlcharde and Mrs. Now is the time to repair the Sam Weslley Gainesville, and at 10th Ktarke 1944OFFICIAL . Klorlda ihU Jan.uary .

E. A. Bradahaw spent Tuesday In fence to make It rabbit and i Idella Vlnson, Gainesville Jan. I! ( SKAL) A. J. Thomas ,
Gainesville.Mr A. I lurk of saul l Court.
chicken-proof so the growingcropg I II
22. T. Frank 1-miUrum. Stark. Florida
J. S. Cogdlll and daughter! will be I,I Atty for J-lf. i-U i
not eaten by these I I 1 4t a4iv
Editor-in-Chief BHS Defeats Waldo 20 15; Kay pt Gainesville were guests animals. "in moat sections of John R. Boron Camp Blending |1 -

Freddie Wimberly of Mr. and Mrs. R. P. McLendon the state, the gardener who does and Dorothy Walters, Canton, cinri'rr ('0' HT mi\0..0.">
0"1 ('Ol''r', "' .(UIIU" .
Jan. "I
22. | ('H.II:
Co-Editor several days last week. not have a fence around his crop"doesn't S''':nllrl 5'.

Virginia Sewell Two Games Next WeekDisplaying Mrs. H. L. Parker has gone to stand much chance of succeeding -!| Fred R. Small Camp Blandlng! vs.I..n'hrl..t Mati-hukoH Htlllcn, $Uefundant Million' Plaintiff, ,

Senior Biographies Jacksonville to visit "Mr. and Mrs. as crop pests, particularly and Margaret E. Thoeny Camp No 2839. Can*
|I ls Hazen Roberta Whitfleld Blending, Jan. 22. I IIN 'oiinen; op Pt' LJ'ATION
the same brand of High scorers for the game were Robert Robinson.Mr. rabbits will get most of I ANti NOT1CB
News' ___. Marjorie Davis ball handling that defeated Starkein Harvey with nine points for Wal- and :Mrs. Vance Geiger and them. A fence of one-inch mesh "-cinri'ir STATE" OK FOHIUA TO Al'l'Kalt to:: Christ
IB _____..______ Darby Peek their first encounter I ('otnv nii4i>n ni> Rtlllrn. whono 1'.1......". ,In. 304
Waldo I do, Mercer with seven and Din- son, Bradley, were Sunday guests and 18 Inches high has been found (;oi vri. Ki.oiuitii i> I HA>. 40th Htrret, New York, N. Y. Went
Edgar Wilkinson High of Alacbua County completely kins with six for Starke. Final of Mr. and M....- J. M. Bradley.Mrs. to be most effective in protecting I Krwlti t'KHV.Mtrobel)l. IMalntirr, I I You are rnqulrrd to appoar on
VR. Ann
al Features __ Lola BlechaJo outplayed the BHS boys i score: Starke 20, Waldo 15. Referees M. D. Yonge was calledto gardens from rabbits, but a two- $ rob..!. IlefflMlHlil... ('..*. No. 2824.: namt-rt February Court 7th., 1944 In the above
Caldwell, Jimmy Davis, during the first half of last Friday . : Hardin and Kennle. Inch mesh will provide OllllUlt ..II. IHTHLICATION I plaintiff crkii and diver Faun,... wkrrcln
Ashburn Ga. becauseof cO.d.r.// AM) Brndford.
liy Faxon. Phyllis Martin night's fracas in the local The lineup for both teams: the Illness of her mother Mrs.T. able .rtFAturMfin_ __non. u RfthHIia_____ _____.. -N'rAT.-.- ..,.NOTICH... ..TO.....AHfKJAKSlrubel .. ...... ... .... thin I'o..n'v---- -urdrr T.'Anh.Ini..zt. _MO..,..*.". _.HUl.n. .._,,
( .
Melverna four w* kly I 1..
Thornton Armory. Starke Waldo T. I won't try to( go over the ,fence I whoM reniaenc-e I In MnillIKIII ... "
bly Martha Lee Martin. Led by Center Harvey, the visitors Fillyaw F Hardin Flllayaw.Pvt. but they will go under it if thereIs \....IItorn M llHtiiillun h.. Htrerm., Hun I Mr. no. urn.Wltnrx* my) hand and official
( Margaret and Mrs. Sidney Herah- You esal atII/: ark... Florida, thin Jan.
Stringfellow out maneuvered the local Dinklns are required lo
F Eddy I an open space between the bottom appear on uRry nrd, 1944.COF..IAI. .
field the arrival of February" SIM, In .
announce a IU44 I he .bll\'
boys by racking up ten points toStarke' :Mercer! C Harvey of the wire and the ground" MHiupil Court and "..u...., wherein, ( 8R.I.) A.I; Thomas
son, :Michael Allen. Jan. In An Clfi-k (if saII Court.
two in the first half. Mosley G Cox on 12 he explained. plnlnlirf Hvvlm. ...Ivnr. ...! Valtr C. } ..
Editorial ,
Diiytona Beach,
New York Pvt. Hershfleld County TvleKraph Khali ; :
City., mibllnh thin
The second half, however was a Burney G Stone Land to be planted soon should Oi rI'r l ,In nvxt: four wi'.k I INHIIVH.VltneHN Kin. Ally fur t-'lf. 1-7 41 l-Zt
somewhere In
.e Fourth War Loan. Drive different story as Coach Hobbs' Substitutes: McRae and Shuford! serving England. be spaded and cleaned of weeds I iwal\I HI Stark my. hiiml Hml orrirlnl I\ ritit'i IT ('.,l HT. IIH 'l>fOHII
this month with the quota boys got their second wind and for Starke, Hall for Waldo. and trash now so it will be ready UK"IV Hth, I IH4.! Klurlilii, this Jan- COIMTl.' '' '. "'.UIIIII'I |> lllt>.

redford County set at 9274.I ,- began to hit the basket. Taking Considerable Interest is being Time For TaxpayersTo when the time cornea to plant. I An.I/\I.IAI.rii-rk.!\ of* si.t,, :101 I.Court.) A. J. Tliiiinan, 11- lit.Marv Kiaiiovii' "'hnp, *
I Bradford Htgh School took advantage of superior height and displayed by local fans !since Apply For seedbeiln for peppers t'ggplanl'lcllullflowe. It. II. Duiicnn I ,"JackRonvllle, Klorlila Case VM. I larry Nt>. 2NS2.OIIIIKIt I. .NtiiipHini,, 1"i.t.. Kl'int: "

etlve part during: the Third weight, center Mercer and guard Coach Hobbs' stunt of taking a .., and cabbage for :' Ally for I'lf. __ 1-21 41 S-ll i ) OK' ITI1HCATION

Loan Drive, making a very Burney took charge of the ball green team and winning four out Home Exemption spring plantings may be planted ANI: > NOTICR: TO Al'I'IOAK

endable record.- -- -, -Ttj -r..malrla----.- from the backboard and alternating of five games from schools which now.Some I I' 1%.-,.-I...u.n....:I..l'rL"I- ..:.*.!...vvf: iv!. IU'oRhl. It: ,. .... T..- BTATB..."'...............n"OK. ._KIJIIUDA.h.....__v _.........r__toll__: .,_ .rryWanhlnirton ...... I.
j seen- whether it was the $5 between feeding the ball to regulaily play a good brand of Tax: Assessor B. W. Hayes calls gardeners are already | 4'KH: 1viiiin Avenue, $prIm Lake,
'orward Dlnkina attention to the fact that this Is ii. Nriiwni-ii I. riuiniirr v... Now Jemey.Vnu .
and Individual
basketball. planting euily while
(for the most bonds sold, or By constant practice sprlngtcrop8, S lininirv.. Hriiwm-il, I li a f .'",llInl. art" required. to appear on
tic interest that was the shooting for themselves led the the BHS boys are developing Into the time for every property others will begin planting within I....... No. 28S3.i February, |It it.. 44. In the' abovenntn
Jive which Waldo quintet 13 to 12 at the end a smooth working team and owner to come to hln. office to the next three weeks ,i ouiiutt I OK' rrni.u'ATiov\ : >il Court. and, 1 "caiiHe wherein
spurred us on. AMD I NOTICW TO Al'I'KMl: plaintiff. I I eeekfi .1 llvorre. Itrat bid
ee this drive has not re- of the third quarter. should prove a dark horse in the file tax returns on personal "Florida folks did a wonderfulJob 'T\TH" OF' .KI.OUIPA. tn: lloorir. < .."nly Telea-rnph shall piiMlxh. thin
The balance of the game was coming tournament. property and also to file application of gardening last but w. Sfiiwnril wh."..* r*.nl year .
the publicity that the last I Oklahoma A v. .. Uuntlngum 8tatlon Willie I ** my )hnntl and offlflal,
jjd ,the question we now face I easy for the Tornadoes as Waldo There is no game scheduled this 1 for homestead exemptions. even more Is expected of them u 1. at Ntarke, "Klorlda this Jan.

o the students of Bradford I began to feel the loss of Smith, Friday night. Return games will Assessor Hayes explains that thin year in the war food pro Prliritary.You. airs 10th.rriiilnil,| 1044.. to In appear HIM nlmvtiniun on nary( Mh .1944.OFFICIAL. HHAI. ) A. J. Thomas

|realize that they too must out with a knee Injury, who play I be played next Wednesday with homes are now carrying a very gram. Every person who has the .."l (',,ii Vt Hml rmiNe. wlir.*ltiplHltitirr An I'leik of pill Pnnrt.
'Back ed a large part in Starke's only Lake Butler and Saturday Feb. low tax rate but if the homestead time and space Is being counted ......k. illvorr. Tlrnilford% Kdward P. Miilrahy. llrahatn tlulldInir .
(me to the Attack'? fonniy Teli-Kraph Mliitll puhlltih. thin Jacknoiivlll.. Florida.
onth two more senior boys defeat of the current season. 1 I 0, with Hawthorne.years. exemption Is lost, the rate on to produce some of the vegetables Or I
of taxation will.' as a result Increase for his family table thin Wllncxx my hand mnl offlcliil I
l the ranks ot those who are coal at Htark.. Florida. thin 1% ('Ift'l'ui' ('08 NT OIl.'I.OIUI

serving our country In the stay longer at school last Monday She then moved to Arkansas perceptibly.The year," Dr. Jamison said. narY( |Dth: J. 1944.OFI.'t'IAI. .JRn-1 I I f(''UI KHV.T 'V'r. \, KI.OMIU4I. lClltN. -
) A. J.
forces. It would be .well ? later back to Missouri and Homestead exemption law A.. i'l<*rk ..( Hiilil' Coint. I ..ihen. It. Hawk In*. Plaintiff vs.
to remember that every If a certain group of girl's In 1P38 to Florida, where she entered was passed with the Intention ot Marriage Licenses T. Ki-Hiik ItHiKlrum. *4tsrke, Klorlilil' I I.ullJIJ.IMS.. Iiswkifl... Hefentlant. Can

we buy a war bond or stamp weren't crazy about Lawtey B.H.S. in the fifth grade. I making homes tax free and at Ally. for flf. '-21 4t 2-11 No. OIlI'JlJR 0'" rnftLI'ATIO-l:

Helping to equip not an un- SO MUCH FOR THAT. NOW Her likes are such time as certain county ob. Raymond L. Mac Grogan Camp ANt NOTII'Jo TO APPEARSTATIO \
bowling, midnight IVIICI IT ( 01 HT, 1"1\1"1"
Blandlng and Constance Janet UF KI.OIUDA to: t. ila
sold er" but we're helping FOR SOME MORE! shows hamburgers and a llgatlons Incurred before the pass t.o.'rs. .. ..OHI.\I I' ('II" lit llawkltift, ,. Who". renUlenoe I. F
alp boys like Darby Peek How about him? Bobble Biggs certain red-haired Ing of the law are paid off, that St. Petersburg, Jan. 14. CKIIV.. Knute 4, rlo Mr. W. O. Rom, AlnrKllnlo. -
boy. Her favorite riurotirr
Willard\ L. Bumhiim Camp r. Uart.'l. ri lnlirr. V.. ....., North Carolina.
Wilkinson Ralph Dudley. of course, dating Seletta Sparks ; 'subJect Is typing. She hasa will ,be the case. Meantime a Annn Mile While Hariri Dprmnliint. Yon are r.*<|tilred to appear onFebivary
|Andrews, Judy McHae, and Friday night. special dislike very small fee Is In ''effect on all Rlandlng, and Doris D. Fowler, Cum- No. aUII. Tth, JS44, 'In the altov
very for
"bragging Steele, :Mo.:, Jan. IS. OIIMKK ()P' IM'Hf.irATIONANI : named Court and raue, wherein
any others who have left Laugh of the week, June Patel people." property evaluated at 5.000 or > NOTICH TO AI'IMCAIt I plaintiff ernie ,dlvnrr. HradfordCounty ,
leas when homestead exemption Robert J. McCann Camp HTATK' OK KmillDA tnt Ann ::
I tool. showing off at the Gainesville Telegraph Khali pulillnh thin
] Georgia's greatest desire is togo have been flied Blandlng. and Veronica Meaning, Ma.. \Vhltt Mattel, who.* multifile. .Order I In n..t four weekly InKuen.VltnenN .
Bowling Alley Sunday afternoon. requests properly I. 431 10:111", Han Fi'in.'ipu'o ,'IIU- \
1 to Ireland. I my liand and official
Any special reas01 Brooklyn, N. Y., Jan. 16. .
f's Nothing short about Patel; she with the Tax Assessor. fnrnlii.You neal at Hlarke, Fliirlda, this January

1Q1 '-:'IP_- n.--. ....aA.g.u...- .'._-'J-----._&.l_.___. l1t,.-.. I.._. ,......_. '\::..Georgia.nap Tsne been According, to the law, AssesHO John. .Monaco, _Camp, Blandlng February., are 14th.rpqulrrd 1044 I to In appear lb. ...hnv on* 41 h.. 1844. A. ;J. Thoniaa.
house, and lo and behold the I working at the Hayes warns. If property owners : ana isisie;; uuroi, Lafitte. L>B., jan." <'0 II It and l rant**. wh..r..11I Aa Clerk of Maid Cnurt.OFI"lt"IAT..
poor RUs Theatre ........
: for
,the past year.. 18. I plaintiff dlvorrw IlratlfnrdI'mintv < BEAD
3ford's one and only Susie gal slid half way down the alley She Is undecided about what she fall to do this, they will lose the I Eugene O'Mahony, Camp T.l.(traph hall pulillBhthin KnlBht lit Knight, Htarke. Plorl.l, ,. i
to homestead Orilr In four .
while her boy' friend went right exemption. neat w akly) Altya. for 1'lf. 1-7 4t 1-25
will do with her future .. _ __ .
The kids I but we'reaure "- -- - - -
again. at -- --- --- - -- -
ning after the ball. Was It a For this reason he urges that application -
really have been in the strike, June fOvt'rheard that she will be successfulin for exemption be file
mood this week, with a whatever she undertakes. soon.

{Wednesday night and 'an- a group of O.S.O. The period for filing homestead

Iday night. We hear that Girls discussing the luncheon In WAYNE SARGENT exemption applications extends

ret Stringfellow did I her their honor Tuesday afternoon. Christmas day of 1927 waa avery from Jan. 1 to Apr. 1.

t!eed for Uncle Sam trying; Just to make the affair complete I eventful day In Wayne Sar.I .

i a bus load of girl. to at- they have Invited their special I gent's \life. He was born In Key '

G. I. rat race at Campg. dancing partners or boy friends stone Heights. His schooling be- Building Curb .rAf''t' 't :

From all accounts she as some might say to join In the gain in.. Keystone and continuedfor Causes DeclineIn ; j.1 < -, !:t
ccessful. I ten years there. Then he Permits Here <&>
rry to hear that Lorene A few of our teachers have came to Starke. Wayne bas "* i ti;'

if confined to bed. Susie gone home on leave, etc. this worked In a service station for Building permits Issued by the
'' week, but we have some very three years. ,,
you 'a speedy recovery. City of Starke during the yea
nice substitutes. His favorite sport Is football ending Dec. 31 were drastlcalllv '"; ic" ,

Say, have you kids joined the I until baseball comes In. He seems rcstrlctlons ... GOLD : :
a Knight ,had a surprise "March of Dimes?" You had affected by governmental : .,9 N'' ;/,
especially fond of brunettes and .
party Sunday night. and. according to City Clerk ,
better those dimes off 1""
reports every Jitter-bug I get right redheads. Carl Johns, had it not been for

,1 cat In Keystone tamed to the President-your old Susie I I tf possible, Wayne will go to I the $80,000 construction permit ,

j 1 I has. And. by the way. are you college next year. When he Is Issued: to Kirkpatrick and Pearson .
? going to the "President's Ball"?
1: seventeen, he will enlist In the of Gainesville for the Fed.
I Here's I B.H.S. well'I
hoping see in Florida's
( you know that Willien there. : Army Air Corps, backed by best oral Housing Administration's Sugar-Boivl

puts a B. C. headachein represented Aa wishes from the Senior Class of sousing project carried out here ...

[ his report card before even 44. and In Klngaley Village, con-
Tour old
faithful struction would have dropped to
lit to his mother each I
i -Susie.MIIS. FLA. STATE FARMBy. pre-Blandlog levels.

'did hear about Maxie I I.1 E. Continuing. Mr. Johns said that )
.. you R. BonvierJMRTONGODWIN
_a. It..._.*.> .IlSol......_.. .M A A M I MfIAt. Thfll! Fa..n1tv bad It not been for these restrictions I W IMITLESS agricultural
6' '' II ---- --- -----.
I.getting construction expenditure. .. .....
pulled Sundayby wealth fills Florida's vast
a patrolman because KATE D. ShEPPARD I Cpl. Morris Barton of Welling. I would hive been greater than I

Idn't have a tall light? Mrs. Sheppard was born In Ft. ton Texas and Mlsa Cora Mae ever before. Everglades sugar-bowl to I

a hint from Susie--wbatoys White, Florida, where she attended Godwin, .daughter of :Mr. and During 1943 permits Issued overflowing. . and there are

need is a lightning bug school. She also attendedIn Mrs. John Godwin, were quietly totaled appro*! mat. I y $93,000,

bat "green hornet". Ocoee and graduated from high married Wednesday. Jan. 12 In which without the F. H. A. pro- also agro-industrial opportunities I

ther ,little, Item of Interest school there. She went to college Starke. Judge B. K. Perryman ject permit. would Just about have -' so brilliant that Florida

om ,It may concern: Wanda in the University at Gainesville officiating. The bride was attired matched the 1938. figure.

receiving red roses from for three years. In a dark blue coat suit, Construction In Starke reachedan may become a greater, richer

a In horned-rimmed lit. How Mrs. Sheppard taugh school in with accessories of black. The all time high In 1941 when manufacturing state than any

'do it, Wanda? Ocoee In the grammar grades. happy young couple left at once permits totaling $366,389 were Is,-

([yes! Have you seen J. A. She has taught five I years In for a short honeymoon In Jack. sued. The total! for 1942 was \ -. Floridian has yet dared imagine. I

es'. slam-book T Starke school. When asked If sonville. $268,542. Development of these 'oppor

a like Dot Barnhlll hast she liked teaching, she answered, Permits issued this year were . .
NEW ARRIVAL tunities is under slowed
admirer. We have seen "I Just love It". preeminently small, a majority of way .

the most beautiful neck Mrs. Shep par d Is a typical Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Strickland which were for improvements or down by war but movmg ahead never-
Tloridlan since she has never announce the arrival of a son. additions to homes for the purpose ''b
nd a large ring with a bigWonder
If If* real He seen snow and saw mountains.wo Friday. Jan. 21. He has been of housIng soldiers and their ,'. tb4iss toward a dazzling, prosperous.. and'' not I
for her first I named John William.! Mr. Strick \ -
"With all my love to thet years ago time. families too distant tomorrow. 4
girl In the world. Although she likes girls, Mrs. I land! -was the former Id3ss Gertrude ) .. .5

a had a date with Carl Sheppard Is especially fond of Davis. Now Is The Time 1' a I

afternoon but I don't 'x>yo. This Ls only natural since Mr. and Mrs. Everett Robinsonand c 'VI" Insignificant' In comparison with the I
ihe has two boys of her own who To Start Planning
how It turned out. "Do we Miss Virginia Deuane of
:ire radiomen in the navy. One I immense poosibilitica'of the future but
Jacksonville were guests of Mr. Vegetable Garden
|lems everyone seems to be / them is overseas. and Mrs. J. 1. Jtoblnson Mondayand j typical of the many finished agroInk -

d about: Mrs. Sheppard's hobbles are Tuesday. It's time to be doing something dustrial that will be
products, one day
horseback k
hiking and
Billy Colson has been dat. riding Mrs. Roy Land! of Ohio has I about spring vegetable
sly? reading; and she likes dogs. Her I I come to remain with her father I That's Dr. F. S. Jamison's suggestion : '1 manufactured in the Everglades it the

the Seniors have exemp- articular dislikes are 'cooking, and mother-in-law, M her husband to the more than lOO.OOd United States Sugar Corporation's* recently
hIs year? /ashing chewingum Is In, service overseas. victory gardeners who made 1943 developed Lemongrats .Pulp and
> especially In church and I the I
old is Virginia Knight, school. John Treadwell of Mt. Dora. Florida! biggest history.gardening year In Molasses Feed for cattle.

Her favorite color is and came Sunday to visit his mother, I
green The State This feed of
a certain red-headed boy Experiment new wholly a product
her favorite foods are fried chick. Mrs. J. B. Treadwell, and his sister
rooker doesn't come to see horticulturist pointed out that
the It is important
en and chocolate pie. Mrs. J. M. Bradley. Monday to every
Sour local lassies any more? winter crops are now In full pro-
Mrs. Evans keeps so freshy When this 5' 6" tall blue eyed night at one o'clock a telephonecall duction or soon will be. and that Floridian/ because it reduce the cost of

all the time? teacher with brown hair was asked advised that Mr. Treadwellhad plantings must be made soon It : feeding beef and dairy cattle and encourages -
just died of a heart attack. "
if she plans to live In Starke
rs Cook's1 ever runs the gardener Is to enjoy fresb
> pep ; further growth of Florida'. already
she said she would Mrs Treadwell and Mrs. Bradley .
very long
vegetables In the spring and early '__ _ L __ U'-L
live here forever If we would let left at once for Mt. Dora. JmponanJ; : canle uiwuaiiy.
I Betty Hayes cut her hair summer.
Is :Margaret Beam' date her.- so I am sure she will stay Mrs. C. A. McRae and children Work on the spring crop i* expected ttl

'President's Ball? here because we are all very fondof Richard, Patricia and Eleanor to be in full swing with. <.I

Roberta ando her. are spending the week with In the next: three weeks farm Thus
i are Virginia. as step by step are the unbelievable riches
their parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. A.
going to stop discussing and city gardeners who raised .
0.. etc.? Senior BiographiesHAVEN Bouvier. .. vegetable. In 1943 and others who of the Everglades being converted for use. And each

Wllla Jean Malone didn't Mrs. A. :M. Rlcharde. Mrs. H. will have gardens for the first advance however small contributes to the
CROSBY M. Rlcharde and children, Jane time this ytar go about the task

On July 2, 1927. Haven Crosby and Henry visited relatives In of producing food,for, themselves.To and future prosperity of all Floridians.

rare Coughs was born In Starke where she Jacksonville sever a 1 days last avoid waste of, seed and to

has lived all her life. She now weelc.. obtain maximum results gardeners ,

om common colds works In Sternberg's. Haven dislikes Mrs. P. D. Fancher has returned will do well to plan their gar

onions and stuck up people, from a stay of several daysat dens on paper before planting' UNITED STATES SUGAR

at Hang On but Is very fond of brunette men Riverside Hospital In Jackson doing this Dr. Jamison explained, CORPORATION

and Home Economics class. When ville. Mrs. Dennis Fancher accompanied they should take into consideration -

goes ulslon right relieves to the promptly seat of the be* she graduates. Haven plan to her home for a visit the size of their plots, the ..

to help loosen and expelen I work In an office. Her earaest of Indefinite length. I kinds of vegetables they like, the 1CTORY "
phlegm and aid.nature : desire to do well at any Job in Miss Myra Land has returned amount they will need of each to CLKWINTONII.O Z.Z.

,bronchial e 1 and heal raw. tender to i school and out will assure her from a visit with friends in Jack provide enough for their families, BUY

t Tell your druggist mucous to sell memo you advance In the business wOrld. sonville. the amount of fertilizer they will XL I It A [

l of Creotnulsion with the un we know. Mr. Walter Ward of Inverness need and other detail With

Kiln*you must like the way It accompanied her daughter Mrs. plans showing location and space

I t allays your money the cough back.or you are. GEORGIA GILFIN J. O. Chambers, home Monday for each crop,gardeners can work

Georgia Gllpin was born In for a short visit.< systematically and effectively in

OMULSION poplar Bluff Missouri. November Mr. and Mrs. T. M. Baumgard- planting and cultivation. .

ht.Chest Colds,Bronchitis 22, 1926, where she lived for five ner and children Freeman Betty The fence Is a 'very Important


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1911,. .

I SOCIETY and CLUBS I With Two Daughters In Uniform, Christian ChurchThe I ; CKRY.Hunter required
Stump Family Serves At Home and Abroad Jnei Coleman, v... You are 28th. to. q.Par
. .- --.. .- ..- - -- public is Invited to hear Woodrow W. Coleman, Defendant. named Court and. 19U cau, i II,,',I? eba
'b - the Rev. T. B. Clayton, State Sec Cane No. 2890OHDEH plalntlJCt seeks dlvorcn ,, \ r'r"h
Wthl three stars In their Service educational problecns In their cor- OF PUBLICATION ''
:;i.: Capacity Audience Honored At Party flag and every other' member -, respondence courses 'and Is' readyto retary of the Christian Church, AND NOTICE TO AFl'HAU Name Telegraph rmtored.shall. publish Bradf"'i"}, _',:',uni", i

i't f\Wi Presentation On Eighty-First of their family busy with aid in the establishment of speak at the local Christian STATE W. Coleman OF FLORIDA whose to resldsnee: Woodrow l In next tour weekly !is.,?,. "i'leWitnesa ,

Enjoys duties! on the home front, the off duty classes. ,l Church Sunday morning at 11 IK 134. Sharp. St., Lake Wale 1 :. Florkin neat. at Starke. my, hand Florida.(, i i r f"
u Of "The Messiah"George Birthday Anniversary Fred F. Stumps stand out as one The library wall; established to o'clock. Sunday School la You are required 'to appear on OFFICIAL) 26th 1944. u. ii iif
bf those patriotic American families extend educational and training February 28th., 1944, In the above : ( KRAIA I I'h
if Frederick Handel's Ora. Mrs. W. S. Stroman was hon- ] scheduled for 10 A M named Court and cause, wherein An Clerk of Rid Court "nuT. a
that make up' the backbone aid to'offIcers and their students plaintiff seeks divorce. Bradford' Frank Landrtrrm Slink 9 f
torlo "The Messiah" waa presented ored on her eighty-first birthday '' Atty. for Plf. .,, rl
I" of our country. both afloat and ashore. County' Telegraph i II ,db
i''," ,' last Sunday afternoon at anniversary by a lovely party Just this week Mr. and Mrs. Capt. William H. Thomson, Jrr." Mrs. S. S. Dowllng and r"1 thin. Older In next four weedy U* I'i'I -I

,,p 3 o'clock In the auditorium of the given by her daughter. Mrs. S. I Stump opened a letter from their a son-in-law of Mr. and Mrs. i W. S Stroman had aa dues.Witness my hand and official
USO Club at Temple and Washington S. Dowlinjt, on Wednesday after seal' at Stark. l Florida thin January Sleet
; t is
laugh! e r, Lillian Stump, on active 3
: Streets before a capacity noon at their home on N. WalnutSt. I Monday Mra. James Godbold, of 1 24th. 1944.
'}' ... .. ] now servIng duty' with a (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomai. tar1
audience of civilian and service ." Jacksonville, and son, James I As Clerk of said Court. t
'l. Lieu bomba d
as a r m e n t r
t men. White narcissi were used for tenant In the squadron of the l' ,' Godbold, Jr., who is In the U. S. i Atty.T. Frank for Lnndrum IMf. Starke 1.28, Florida 4t 2.18 gy1 .'
,,'r: This religious presentation, performed decorations In the living room i Army Nurses Fifth Air Force Navy. -

magnlflciently by the where the guests were seated. Corps, t o find which is playing I ,

Jacksonville Choral Guild and the Mrs. Dowling and her daughter, her new overeaa' al t major role In Rev. Q. C. Powell was In Orlando irino;\ 'IT coritT. BRADFORD 't1, ,' .
Orchestra, under end XTV. FLORIDA IM CMA'M- I
Philharmonic Mn. Wilson G Lee, received the "
address. Mac Ar-
General last Friday attending the'Bishop's (:
the baton of Lyman P. Prior was guests who offered congratulations ( .' :, A graduate of thur's'offensive Th ra".J..anr."wI8 TallmanPlnin-; '
sponsored by the Starke Ministerial to Mrs. Stroman, who was Crusade for a New tiff, vs. Donald W. Tallman, Defen ,
Bradford High against the Japanese World Order", which was attended dant. ("R"" No. 2888
Alliance In cooperation
attired in a rose colored dress School andNurses' ORDER PUBLICATION
In the
with the United Service Organi- and I 4r, by bout 1,500 people outside AND NOTICK TO APPIOAK n
wore a cleveily arranged
Trainingat South and Southwest
zations (USO). corsage of purple violets and ., .. Orange General Pacific._ Heawarded" city. W. Tallman whose '.. Donald/
The concert took place In an
atmosphere of solemn contemplation white gladioli. Many tastefully 1-- Hospital in van I Miss Clarice Thomas and Miss e .

and spiritual upllftment. It wrapped gifts were presented to Orlando, Lieutenant Stump entered the Distinguished .Flying Cross In Idalou Davis, who are studentsat

was high-lighted by the soloists, the honoree, who opened them the Service In April, 1943. October, and more recently, the the Florida State College for

Eunice Sella McCormick, Soprano -: after refreshments served. Until recently, when she left this District: Service Medal.* Having Women, at Tallahassee are Want a
; Margaret Melzer Foster, Contralto were country to take up her station In been In the Servfce\ for the past spending the week-end here with

t ; Charles Barnett, Tenor; The company Joined In singing an evacuation hose 11 a 1 somewhere year, he has been,In New Guinea their parents
and Stewart Conner, Base.i "Happy Birthday to You", In England, Italy or. Africa, since May 1943. New Career? a. .

Following this outst and I n g After Mrs. Lee and Mrs. Halle She was stationed ''at Camp Tyson Capt. Thomson's wife and nine Little Joyce Montgomery, who

i musical event In Starke the ladles had lighted the 81 tiny red can- Tenn. month's old son. Freddie, are Is the daughter of Chaplain and YOU CAN very likely find

of the Episcopal Church, with dies on the beautiful white cake, She may be cached now at staying here wIth,)Lire. Thomson's Mrs. 'B. M. Montgomery of Key Just the chance you're looking -

6 the cordial assistance of other Mrs. White repeated the following this address: Lieut. Lillian Stump, parents. ,She Is civilian head of stone Heights, was a week-end : for-In the WAC.If .
ladles served ,11)9reception for birthday wish: N. 76328-24th Evacuation Hospital WAC recruiting dirt Br a d for guest of Mrs.!< M. T. Oakley and
you a skill ;FRANK D. UPCHURCH
the participating: singers and the "I hope you'll live a hundred A. P.: 0., 9359, Care of County and dutifully engaged in Mrs. O. W. White.Mis. Army experts. will teach >
'' Postmaster New York number of you. Governor of Florida
audience. City a other home front
; if
years your not. . Perhaps youM like to drive ajeep.
i *
break Nurses on duty in Evacuation activities. . Ruth Jenkins returned 'to
; work a teletype machine *
Visitor'Honored Hospitals are located as near as Mrs. '''Stump, besides directingher her work in the Signal Corps
But .1 pity the poor guy who or help direct aIrplane
,women are ever sent to the household.' busy every day office at Camp Blanding Thursday HE IS .

., r -Ar-- -Rrirltr---.,.- Club-!--- baa'to light the candles on 'frOnt, lines.Another. II caring for'' the needa'!- of mrnrem- -. nf . of n _last___ week__ __"" after_...__ liplnc___.. fAn.___ traffic* '--*. .- ---.".. ....'. 1'
I .' your'case. daughter of Mr and soldiers;' and their wives aa well fined to her home for a, month Whatever you do, you will A KCOI rioriaionA
" Mrs J. W. Brownlee entertain. ''Refreshments of tea, coffee, JMrs.. get valuable training-learn :
I Stump, Ensign I Evelyn as civilian customers'wbo' come because of Illness. I World War Veteran
{ I 7 ed her bridge club Monday even- cookies and birthday cake were Stump, has been a member of to Stump's Store;'a' leading' Call 4, Interesting things- nd help

,(;. ', lag, Introducing .l>et...l.f.'>. Mrs. served by the hostess, assisted< by the Waves' for more than a year.She Street merchandIsing, mart of Miss Gayle Sewell 'and Miss get this) war won! I ITODAYttf.t'full *Experienced* inGovernment
't; '> M. H. Wheat, of Kansas City, a Mrs. E. K.' Perryman. :The. favors i ,,; .
_waa graduated from' the local the past 83 year's: Mary Shelly Carr, of Montecello, detail at
. guest In'the. Brownlee\ home. Two were miniature ,glass animals high school and from Florida Mrs. Stump took over the management who are students at the F.S.WC., the nearest IT. S. Army Recruiting I ? *

I I:(ti; tables of bridge were played' high ornamented with a tiny red bow. State Woman'sCollege. at .Talla- of the''etbre some 8'4 at Tallahassee, arrIved''yesterdayto Station (your local \ '
tl1''Mrs. Joe .
fl.Yr V score prize going Those present were: Rev. and liasnee. years ago when her; husband) received spend,'the week-end t, with .Ml sSewell' post office will give you the His Election Will
J Scanlan. The honor guest, Mrs. Mrs. Q. (C. Powell, Mrs. W. G I h, Ensign Stump, a former' hool the. appointment As Post.* perents, Mr., and Mra. address). Or write: The Adjutant 1 'Assure a United Florida
Wheat and Mrs. Arthur
Holiday Halle Mrs. I. P. Shepherd. Mrs. teacher, received her commission master at. Stark, (I'. position, he W. B. Sewell. General, Room .4415, *
T'J!1", also won prizes at bingo. E. K; 'Perryman, :Mrs. J. W. bctober 19 and waa ordered to has held since that time. He has Munition n u Idlng, Washington ... .. .
The hostess. served a salad WhIte Mrs. Luther G. Powell her ,ea... ..... .. .. kf
Key West D. ,
post November 30 also been head of officeat Mrs. Betty Thoreson, formerlyof C P9naew.l. I-
course at the'close of the evening :Misses Olive and Amelia Ray. to establish a new library ,which Camp Blandingfor..overt, three Crantsburg Wla., began work .. "! a,1'11.W(

if to the following guests: Mrs. Earl la under the supervision of the years, performing one of the moat Saturday for Mrs. Guy,Sale! at the\ e .- -. ., .... .
Johnson Misses Frances Peek
., Birthday Party director of training I : of the important Jobs in civilian life Smart Shop. Mrs. Thoreson,. an ",.
Lucille Mltcnelt and'Madge Middleman Seventh Naval District. The ,. ,and surely, at this time, one army wife Is familiar'with the ATTENTION' !
and Mrs. Scanlan,' Mrs. For, 'Alice'Joy Lappe library Is equipped to supply self-' of the most closely allied: to ser- merchandising field, having had 11 1 ;* : FARMERS

o Holiday Mrs. W. I* Baggett and study texts advise personnel on vice with the armed forces. department store experience. . iA
t Mrs. Wheat. Miss Alice Joy Lappe celebratedher A Representative of this i Association will

i eleventh birthday ---.------.-- :
anniversary -------- -- Mr. and Mrs.: ;. E. F. Conner, of be at the Court House' Starke., each Fri.
on Thursday, Jan.
MeetThe 20.
U. D. C. To wltb a
Live Oak, and Mr. and Mrs. War-
party at her home, 316 ChurchSt. day afternoon until march from 1:30 to''
: Callstreet Ing Wyche and Mrs. T. C. Smithof , ,
Weeks Carolyn
.W T. Chapter, U.D.C. will be'entertained .
by A color scheme of pink and
Capt and Mrs. J. W. Brown
Mrs. L. A. David ''and'Mrs. W. O. white ;
was effectively carried out, our Representative office and
lee.,, ,Mrs. Smith stayed to spend or,our
-------- --,_ _. j
Halle, at the home Of the former, and the cake was beautifully decorated 'L IL ,
the week here In the Brownlee learn
on Wednesday, Feb.' 2, at 2:30 In those'colors. Very few dull wtfkn,in Starke dark-skinned aide-de-camp, has home. more about a Farm Cooperative.

P.. M. After enjoying a variety of these days, but must admit this better control over Butch an* Bob

As February 2 Is Sidney Lanler's games, refreshments of ice cream, one wasn't quite up to scratch than Virginia herself ; . In fact, Sgt. and Mra.. Cohen, of Columbia CROP AND LIVESTOCK LOANS

birthday, a few friends are punch and cake were eexyfd. after .<.. Guess everyone has been it has now reached the point that S. C., spent an 8-day fur FOUR. AND ONE-HALF (4!% )
being Invited to drop In. for tea which the little honoree and her resting, up from the big 'receptionweek when the boys dcuaomethJng,theyshouldn't
at 4:15: to IS:!(). lough ,with the latter's parents,' PER'CENT-INTEREST' -
guests were taken to the Florida before last, and storing up they, run to.Virginia .. r4..i -
Theatre to see "Lost Angel". energy for the Birthday Ball tonight and say, "Mama, please don't tell Mr. and Mrs. W L. Andrews, re- > > ; -- .--

Baptist. Circles. ., ..: ,' Those enjoying this event with , Bridge seemed to be Elizabeth: . Tip to'letter cently. TommIe Hewitt of Valdosta Gainesville Production Credit

t Alice Joy were: Edna' Coleman, the only ripple on the social pool writers: You"can now address, Lt. Ga., was a guest in the Association ',
Circles of the Baptist W.M.U.
with several Intimate
little John
gatherings Arthur Torode at C. C. A.
will meet Tuesday, Feb 1, at 3, Odessa Thomas, Louise Carter, Sarah Andrews home on Madison street Gainesville Florida
honoring Wheat, attractive U., Army Air Base, Pueblo, Colo. ,
r P, M., as follows: No. 1 at the Gladys Latzen. Mary Louise Dur- visiting sister' of Ikey . Morris Jackson as follows: Tuesday.

home of Mrs. L.! G. Powell. No. : ihlmer, Mary Ann Bartch Doro- Brownlee . Peeked in at a Staff Sgt. Walter M. Jackson-
2 In the Church with
Annex Mrs.
W. B. Alexander and Mrs. J. thy Patel, Katharine I Colson, session Wednesday afternoon butcouldn't 20419499, Hq. Co., 3rd Bn., 155th
H'I do much spotting for Inf.. APO 31, Pickett
Camp Va.
Lord Beverly Lappe, Viola Young and<<
as hostesses. No., 3 w
?r gnashing my teeth with envy . .
Mrs. 8.! E. Sparks.' I Emily Nlcewarnner.MARGARET'S over those nebulous nylon hose YourCONSCIENCE

so proudly worn by Sarah and Guess' the boys now serving in ,
Ethel Biggs . Both girl denied the Southwest Pacific won't be J! ''r,
.p'' GIFT SHOP patronizing the black mar afraid of anything when ,they get

w *.,, .' 1.' ket . ? Said they'd Jus' been back home! . .' Owen Griffin

I"" ",! ,'.Across.. from Park Theatre hoarding 'em . t. But hmmm (Lt. Col.) writes that,'they recently . a
,1 .' I have doubts" .
me Hear killed ,a 15-foot: 'python that
'1 ;
,I : 22 years, still gets a letter from a gulp and
'' was getting ready
.i. : BE
,. ,GIFT. WIIAPPING''' her husband every day when; she's to devour'anothd . Ughhhh! YOUR GUIDEASK

;. ..'t; '(,_ I away from home . . Don't know which I'd rather
meet-a Jap or a Rake like that
'.. I..t .., _, Hear1' . .
Sam hear .
an Alice 'Anderson, Incidentally .I that ..' ...1 "
Martha Johnston Katie Bell WlIn. Owen (who Justifiably might be '. If'.4 .-.. '..

FOR,SAFETY*,i'' COMFORT"AND ECONOMY RIDE berly. Jack Halle an' Cpl. John nicknamed "Cue Ball"' but Isn't)
Godwin formed a conl'8nla1party received 'a' bit of goodnaturedkidding YOURSELF

FLORIDA MOTOR I at the dog races In Jax'ville"Tues from his1' comrades because .' r'
day night .\, 'As 'usual-every'* blr Xmas Lox from home ,

FOR COURTEOUS CORRECT lost '."; Good as a spring contained a lovely set of military .' .
PLEASE PHONE 147 'to see Irene Matthews back brushes!I. ,, Not quite ,as bad THESE nvfi" QUESTIONS; _
f at .the Coca-Cola,, office ,a few M some of the getting fancy : .
days this, week .. ,, -. Seems"that necktie from however. .,.., ? Ya
t '
UNION the Gainesville plant gets, pIg r>' ,;} '
BUS STATION' jhearted every now an' then and If.,yoq.clon.t think'"the .n tn 'on,

i "tACY CONWAY. Agent: "lends". her.back,to Call, St. fora the. ,fighting front. really, keep s : . ..... :;.- .
few days . Hope you can up ,,with ;doings, on the iho'mefront .. '
Temple Ave Starker, Florida manage to stay over for theBlrtli'day Just listen to this ? .". . '
Ball Irene' Seems that Dot White : HAVE I '
>* tSy ( ) Oakley IN THE PAST/BOUGHT
:Ii J\\ .
East Coast operator reports see* forgot to change her name from .. .

", ing the Nat Sternberga catching-'White to- Oakley|,on, the' city's ._, i '

a bite to eat In Walgreen's,. Day'tona registration bookstand soon after 'i t . ..' AS MANY BONDS.As {-I 1 COULD

Beach. Sunday afternoon /. the qualified list.toof ,Voters, was '.. .'. ',. .
r 'W.h e r ever you are, Just look published in the -Telegraph her :; # '. HAVE
SPECIAL 'SALE around . '. Chances are you'll husband (Lt.). Murry. wrote, calling h./4/ /1. ? .1

\ spot a Call treeter . > her attention to the fact,.and : '. ', ,:'

letting her know he didn't like It '
Dropped In at the Church Service a bit .' Hear)Jay Williams WILL I IN THIS
i I:. : Center late Wednesday! aft- husband of Vivian (McCord)., IY. 8. ,' *PRESENT'. .
ernoon and found Alice Brown has received a medical discharge

t LADIES &. MENS USED WATCHES busy as a bee, preparing for her from the Army and they are now \ I FOURTH :WAR LOAN DRIVE
regular mid-week spaghetti supper in Sharon, Pa., where Jay will I :, ,

FROM $9.95 UP . While ,she artistically manage the Liberty Theatre ... ..
Its, ( : Extra) arranged a bowl of fruit an' nuts Seems h e contracted tropical BUY AS MANY. BONDS AS J CAN

on the dining table,Pvt: and Mrs. fever In the Southwest Pacific e l' .. '"' ,

All Thoroughly Reconditioned Deal I (of the New Deals) but- . Well, guess that about wind ., ;. : "
tered buns In the kitchen . up the little black"'book for this EVEN TO THE' EXTE.NT''OF

And In A-l Condition: Such a homey scene that I was time . So long . See you 1 _. ..__".
tempted to stick around and twirla at .tl he Birthday Ball. ", i
bit of spaghetti myself If re- Carolyn." HALF THE THE
t Pocket And Wrist Watches POrtorIal duties had not called .. .?'? : J .
elsewhere . See Waver Davis ::
(she of the BirthsTo .: BOYS OVER THERE ARE
5. 15 17 and 21 Jewels gorgeous peaches- ,, MAKING -
1. '
andre m complexion) behind the Mr. and Xtrs.i::;Kenneth :RawJ/ >t.> : :: ' v( I.'

fountain at Carpenter'" after be lings, of Starke, a ion, on Jan 23. ? .
ing a fixture: : at Koch's for the er .f..
'I I "
-j . .
past three years , Dorothy ,
k' FOR EXPERT WATCH AND CLOCK: REPAIRING Kameneky another new addition Cpl Robert Gillespie, of Center

SEE US. ALL WORK GUARANTEED at Carpenter's .. I,Headquarters Camp Blanding, '\ .... .
was a week-end guest of Miss ..
TWO DAY SERVICE ON CLOCKS Modern mama certainly have Alice St. John at the home' of ,I* ',1-'. ,'t."

their troubles . For her parents, Mr. and. Mrs. V. S. "
some unknown
'fThe reason they seem. to lack St. John. This Advertisement Paid For By The Employes of .

the ole Dead Eye Dick control
youngsters that

mommas before them bad . INFANTILEMRALYSIS Starke Dry Cleaners ,&
BUILDING STARKE, FLORIDA Frlnstance ily admits, Virginia that Elizabeth Smith read ,i I
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Mr. and Mrs. M. Outland and I I Mi and Mrs E L.. Jordan and STATE! OF FLORIDA.

of LOCAL NEWS son of Wildwood and Jacksonville II I ion, Harold of Oveldo were I Wy tees A.I. J I. Fund Thomn Bradford, A Kent County Trim

' KRU. were guests of Mr. and Mrs.L. 9. ? 9 00 week-end guests of Mr. and Mrs. It
#;;:; ; .', J Griffin and Mrs Carrie
iM and Mrs. E.: J. Dowlin- Mre.! A. S. Crews of Jackson S. Hutto Sunday. Ritch. IN TIIR <'IH<'I'IT CO !' II T OFFI
' \ Tuesday In Jacksonville. ville was in Starke Monday look- IIHIIir. I'll KOII
.. I . ANI "'1."-
ing after property Interests. Mrs. Jerry Knight and Miss N O T I f B (.tll.... < 01 M .I'lIIi ('!! '%(-KH1.
A. Z. Adklns )Ia spending Bee Knight! of Gainesville were IIRAPPOKU 1"'I'N1'Y. FTOUIPA. nx PARTK:
\, dinner guests of Mr. and Mis. J. Ja >44 1IAUTUN E, THRASHEnet Ii
: auVthitJ;
ek in Miami visiting rela- Miss Martha, Johnson was an NOTICE Jfl : I Y' T I f H
L. Anderson Sunday. r that pnrminnt to Hrrtlnn 0 of' ,'h"I"I. Notice Iii hereby liven hat I
of Mrs. ye
liv" overnight guests Jerry } .r 11298 IJIWH of FlorMn' / . ArlKof Vera Mo Thrn..her, a. curator of '
I Knight In Gainesville Saturday. =1 ,.IL frw fl O 19.17, known R* tho Ml'HVHY the F>ti>te of Hnrton B Threah.r. l'
Mrs. Robert Tanner returned ACT, th" fallowing. html In will apply before the Honorable I'
Jordan recently moved ford (County, KlurliU, will bit of John A, K, Muiphree Judas/ orhe
Jhls 'home near Starke to Mrs. Bernice Cox left Mondayfor Sunday to her home In Baldwin fered' for sale nt pulilli outcry" forth ( Circuit Court of the Eighth I
after a shore visit with her mother lilKhrxt and l beat cash hid. mibJert Judicial Circuit of Florida forpermtrmlon
Arcadia where she will visit
se- to the right of th* Tl'UMcfKof
.' l .ft to fell nt private Male
% Mrs. Laura Powell. th" Internal 1 Improvement. .
her mother Mrs. Frank Bishop. Fund the following I rteHcrlbed lanrt Ivlnr
. to rejoct any and all t bid.l HI the and being In Brad ford County,
L. S. Hutto and daughter; ; ..
( 011"1 hou. Klnnlnw "' 1000 o'- Florida, lo-wlti
" ta were shopping In' Jack Mis. Charles A. Darby and Infant .. Nook A, M on Uv of
Mrs. Rita Street who began son arrived home from the February, A, n. 94'ilh.R: ,,, fast One (1), t'nlt Two (3) Indian -
Be last Friday. "f iv. .. work at Drucker's during a sale for road right of way 200 foi'twide Heach Rubdlvlnlon' HP per
Alachua Hospital In Galnerville: plot recorded In Plat Hook twoI2)
"; :'i ,, will be renerved from anyparcel
last week will be employed there pRICe 31 of the Public.
&&c Fitzgerald. Jr., of.Tampa, permanently. Wednesday afternoon. ."I.tlnl'nl.through. which Knnil' Ihrr and n In" an lo I Tternrda of Bradford. County
Monday here with his,'si.- aS hands In rompiiNlte Irirtu of in Florida 1
> TLIrs. Jack Pickford and son of ? IIr.... nr more, .title to on.-hnlf of I The Hnld application to lie mode
Ifrs. M. F. Brown- _$$ : _, '-\frs-T:: : ""le Mullohandof New Jacksonville are spending this a all petroleum and throe-fmii' 'thM of at the hour i-t 10:nn n'rtm A. M.
M other mlnvralN will be reserved.Ent .. or as noon thereafter HM council
and Mrs.. A.. C. Ferguson, York City arrived here this week with the former's sister, 44 3 of Him.k II In HumtiMonntv may be hard on February 2'itn.,.
morning to visit her brother, Mrs. Jackson D. Smith. f sec 4. Twp 7 N' RK 21 nt ::, A. n. "44.
Marie LeBarre, Dr. J.. C. S % ..>t 1 of Hlork IK In f'>i mp"oi- Vera Me Thranher
and Mlsa Glory Mott; all Louis Shafkln. City Her 4' T\\F;': 7 H TIW\! 21\ I K All curator for theKctH'e
Maj. and Mrs. H. C. Wall and Ti11'STIShV' '' i. i.> .of llnrton 1 II TliraMher12K
cksonville. were guests of 1'HOVIJMKNT Fl'\O OF. TIIH 4t 2-18
d Mrs. C..C. Mendoza.: Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Hollings- son Bill of St. Augustine spent i.'r. c I

worth spent the week-end in Sunday with the former's parents }

Lake City with Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Wall. I Ag T 1 WONDER Novelties !

James L. Hair.Mrs. .
.1D stEAl. Mrs. Valera Braughton, of De- '

'STBOUo.r waTatlati.t..t J. R. Wainwright and Infant catur. Ill., is a new hair stylist GIFT FLORIDA Souvenirs
.drertlaer .r _... fI /
/Mp.rbiIaa ..... __. daughter, Betty Lou. arrived at the Lady Fair Beauty Salon. ti
.al. .f ......- ......- home Friday from, Alachua hospital She began work last Saturday.Mrs. I SHOP Gifts
".. tor all _se 1ae 1 "
lase. in Gainesville.Lt. .
op. II.Ualr. AGENCYRepresented' Shellie A. Hall and daughter t- -1 25c to $10
Clifford Hazen who has Sharon spent Wednesday In 1,1 "
been attending Bombardier Schoolat Jacksonville as guests of Mrs. ; % 2.34 E. Call St.

Locally byHOLLINGSWORTH Kirtland Field, Albuquerque Tillman Hutto and son Franky. ",, ameba '
I New Mexico Is upending a leave w". '.Ao'' she J a .. M1i r 1. .

116 S. Walnut St. 'wIth relatives. at Brooker and Mr. and Mrs. Guy Sale and Conserve Sugar, but Satisfy Sweet Tooth FUNERAL DIRECTORMy
Starke. Mrs. W. B. Mundy visited the lat- (Set Recipes Below Many Yearn Experience: Make It Possible for Me to Render
ter's husband In St. Vincent's )
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t Hospital In Jacksonville Sunday. Saving on Sugar MODERATE PRICKS
Lynn Chambers' Point-Saving
ry) ..%.HEARRO'B'ERT'; \ Mis Emily Nicewarnner of St. Menu DeWITT C. JONES
; Extensive summer end fall can
BUrke Florida-
__ Louis Mo. returned home -
n Sunk
1 : day after visiting her uncle an4unt *- :sing has left many. a family low on Pan-Frled Liver. and Bacon to- A.. ... U 'r J & .. t

: wiiyrYt ; ,1 .:. i'Mr. <

I- AT -.". Mrs. Roy', Smith of Tennllle; :'and,recipe Biking which'will for Bran Muffins' Spread Anyone Having Watches or Clocks

'j .: "". I, _, Ga., spent a few days here this give their families Beverage
Left Over 30
i CHURCHES' Molaites Gingerbread Days 4
CONVENTION CHRISTIAN week with her brother-in-law and "Juit something -

sister, Mr.
SUNDAY, JANUARY 30. can. A sweet tooth'
>_- .. j..W.,( (R I Issaaj ...but that something Ad-Bran Prune Cake. -.- ..- -.
A '
"Th ; Florida.FOODS Mrs. I. P. Shepherd returned must bt .ugarvlng.. (Makes an 1 by I Inch paa) J. H. COURTMANCHJeweler

.. a-.a .sown-.wM' .. Monday from Chatthoochee, Now that jelliesare rationed you H cap milk I

_ - .. -.-000 where she visited her son, Jack may have to use what sugar you .fi cop bran cereal !

I who Is a patient. in the State Hospital can get for putting up those Juicesyou W cup batter er margarine .
CHICKENJINNERSSTEAKS : : canned during summer for Jelly *i cop sugar
-- 1 -and thai mean there will be less 1 egg 0)-----?.... ..._._ _ _ .... .

CHOPS ;. 4 I Mr .*Junius M. Smith went to sugar than before left for bakinguses. 1 cup flour TO WHOM IT MAY
CHILI Jacksonville Monday to be with Sugar substitutes can be utilized 1)4) teaspoon baking powder CONCERN :
DELICIOUS'HOME.MADE not only ln-B kei and cookie. H teaspoon nutmeg
her Mrs. G. K. Bennett
I11I I Ini-uitM ,
at HolllnKw rth ( Ho.alnut .
Novelty Shop on
.. but desserts and Icln,.. Many cake 1 teaspoon cinnamon
TEMPTING TASTY. SANDWICHES Tuesday.who was to undergo surgery. recipes: too. can be made witto. less 1 cup chopped cooked prune \\' Hi., 'In Stark.frona Feb I to and Including Frh. 29

DELICIOUS HOME MADE PIES sugar than they call for.FrulUliiitaion Pour milk over bran cereal and allow to a.UI"e and Hnilitvllti filing Income Tax Return and I

Cpl. and Mrs. A. Robert Kent now include cranberries "to soak for about 10 minutes HHHiiro you that rrh Individual return will have my caj-e-

.. '" spent the week-end at the Riviera which are perfectly dell- Blend butter and fist ronolderatlon and Hill 'IM tally compiled for the protection

A & A LUNCHEONETTE Hotel In Daytona. They were clous In this steamed pudding: sugar thoroughly .:. of the taxpayer and I Trranury of the, United

guests of the Hardestys, ownersof Steamed Cranberry,1 PuddingServes .. add egg and bear t"tf'N. please lint. all Inntmw and all f'.p"nA ono dollar

:-tyffour. Service the hotel. ''( CIa ) until light mixture and IMfy.I I. I / 1'01'' In dlNlucllons l could (!-o>.t :you front 92 to 000.

Park. Theatre' Bldg.: Starke, Florida cops fresli' ,cranberries Stir In soaked l
Friends of Mr. and Mrs. M. P. I

. . IOU.OIuo..v.... ... .. former resideata ,at 114 cups flour, bran cereal. _Sift _
- r "
I flour with baking "UOT .
to .
H teaspoon halt < - - ------- - -- ;' I
Staike will be Interested to know powder and spices; mix with

NAT SEZi that they have moved from Dover W teaspoon \cinnamon chopped prune. and add to Brat mix. .

RIverview Fla. ., .... _. .. .. .... ... . . .. .. , . .
to H teaspoon'clovea ture. Spread In greased cake pan ", ." H ,__ .. _ .. -" .. m_' -. .. . .-. _
iL There' a rumor going around W teaspoon mace and bake in a moderate (3:10.cJer.doven : !
r Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Griffin and
about 35 .
"! that there It going to be a Birthday t leaipoons soda minutes.Molssses
Mrs. Robert E. Greene were in Gingerbread. It's Quality of leadershipthat
Ball thin Friday night In Gainesville Saturday afternoon H cop hoi water 1 cup molasses

Starke. visiting Mrs. Greene's grandmother H cup molasses S tablespoons butter or margarine

This time I think the rumor l I.< Mrs. A. M. Fettlt.Mrs. Mix flour salt, spices and soda; !14 cup soar creamS makes Leaders

true. I bought a bottle of Pep- cut cranberries in two and add to eggs
.! A. Boyd of Dunedin 1 I. 1 flour
tona, a box Vitamin pills and dry ingredients. .Combine hot wa-
'the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Olin ter and molasses; blend with brat K teaspoon salt
had my Blue Serge pretmed. Any W. White.. Mrs. Boyd Is the mixture. Transfer to greased pudding I teaspoon soda

further suggestions will be ..apw> nfWher of Sgt. Alfred Boyd who mold; cover and steam 2H I teaspoon ginger ATLANTIC

fftJ'lated. cause the old greylmare la stationed at Camp Blanding.Cpl. hours. Unmold and serve with :your. !14 teaspoon allspice
aln't what she used to be.Special' .
favorite pudding sauce. H teaspoon ground cinnamon Alftrlre ItR e

John Godwin who Is now Do chocolates satisfy the sweet W Ie..poon'aroWld cloves are the Leaders

** attending Coast Guard radio; tooth In your family Here is alight Heat molasses and butter. When

T school in'n _Buffalo____ N._ _, Y._ _.. !,._ spendIng lovely dessert: I the latter Is melted, remove from
an 11-day furlough here with the Are, vuu suur
Sale {
; ,, his mother,:Mrs. Annie Lou God- Chocolate 1"1I11 Beaflle. cream and beaten I

: .. .. win. (Serve f) Ali. eggs. Mix remainder ''wYrn Iw

DlTEr'SSTSSelling H 7-oune*' packagesemisweet of ingredients I.

Mr. and Mr*). Fred J. Pellum chocolate. together and sift _nrwaarwrr.waaawr a

Starke, announce. the, birth of a 1 "cup milk- A into liquid mix.
Martha' Carolyn \, ture.. Pour Into
daughter n. on I tablnpoons sags
One Lot : Jan. '2 at Alachaui County Hos- ,Pinch *f salt with cake pans lined
pital In Gainesville. Mrs. Pellum paper .
At I tablesp*** vanillaS and bake in a slow oven about .
Printed Jerseys andinfant daughter arrived home'rldly.
I > : : eggs 90 minutes. Serve hot with cold
'l\t \ _
tk f { applesauce or frost with cream CONSERVE

Formerly Priced '. ; '-6.9a']' 1, t Melt chocolate With Riffle In top! of cheese-powdered sugar icing flavored ,.... Doolcr'n'I .. .
E. Green left Wed- "
Mrs. Robert
'jjoubl Ia boUer, 'Seat.witb egg beater with lemon or orange Juice.: .- KIIIAn .
i $8.95 to $10.95 nesday for her home in Baltimore. until smooth.' AM sugar salt, vanilla Have you enough sugar for a favorite F...rgy . n
Md.. and was accompanied by her and unbeaten beat with
.., .. white cake but not enough for mar and
'' - mother Mrs. C. C. Mendoza who egg beater 1 minute. Cover, and an icing Then here's the answer in mot* itnrtor* Join I 11

.Sizes.9To 20 will spend a few days with her cook over boiling water 20 minutes a lovely topping which does not require the h..armed|>rnb!.furcrn.t .rn fir. Let's Guard AgainstWartime
daughter before returning to Join Without lifting cover. Remove from too much honey: rvlriK o I v Ulan// "

her husband Lt. Mendota ___at heat and serve Immediately with Billie, Topping. na.dn a becom
y : erl t I cal. Only
Plttsburg, Kansas. cream.It 4 tablespoons bailer or margarine) thio u K h voluntary Epidemics
Is possible to make cakes without 4 tablespoon. sugar rationingof ..

,New ArrivalsIn Mr. Morris Jackson who la any sugar at an. but better results 4 tablespoons Boor .nn-illral".ron.; ram t>" nerved will ..... r.

making her home her with herparentstolaw can be achieved if some sugarIs 4- tablespoon honey nutlvfnc-torlly. of Colds and Flu
used In the cake: Too H Knllow these MuaK . .
Mr. and Mfa. Carl many all.syrup cop chopped ante or c.eeastCream .Htlnn/ :

; Jackson recently accepted a position cake have a coarte textureto butter, add sugar mixing .tt. t. ,.... ......
in the office of the Camp which we are maccustomed after well. Add flour and honey and beat ....'. .rr.... If row The medical! corps W our armed
Her years of light flne-grslned cakes. well blended.' Fold In run. A..oM hooorroll
Blanding laundry. husband until nutmcats who o.,*r j forces are doing the/] part to
Staff Sergeant M. W. Jackson la Here are suggestions which you can or coconut. Spread on aka whichIs ."."/" ..
SPRING COATSAll : be proud to add to your wartime still from and protect our aoldlers and sailor 7
now stationed at Camp Plckett warm baking place )1. *A k for boooooll
cookery collection: ... from wartime Its
Va. under broiler until topping bubble.. <- It M A. epidemics up
... P
A cockle recipe that's low oa all w.f donorploo. 0 IM:.onroor to us on the home front to guard

Sizes Mrs. H. L. Hough, secretary of Ingredients Is .this delicious wafer "II. rffflrl our nation's health. Watch your
New River Association Lynn Sayst which Is lovely to look at tool rally.tlrlp. ,
the Baptist -
Oatmeal Honey Wsfers.Make + .oor o... diet . live sanely . take
W.M.U.. was sent a. a dele-
Starve the Garbage Cut Precious ( IS Wsfers) t. r protect olohrollk. vitamin dally drink lots of
state convention at .
Kate to the H* rust
$18.95 & $22.50RATION vitamins 11 underneath 1 ..... .. .
Bradenton last week. The Rev. right egg Itl. 1. water . don't neglect the earlysigns
... .
the thin akin of csrrots. H cop honey olrrp mrolo.fco.r.
and Mrs. A. E. Llghtfoot' also attended of slrknen It taken a
Don't pare Just.scrub the vege 1 cap rolled oat .u.-....._t Y.u.
the convention from table.' H tesspoon salt I. v. r y vigorous/ healthy nation to fight
Starke.Lt. The same is true of potato. 2 teaipoon melted batter or and win p. war!
4 l....-. . n t rrtI } '
FREEODDS Scrub wen and cook with skins margarine .Orly .1... I.Irk. .
C. C. Mendoza. who ha. on. then eat skins and an. % teaspoon vanilla ._. .ad try

spent the past week here visiting, Young beets can be cooked as H cap chopped not .5e.::..;::',"_'::. S "gl"'d rharmttclatu In
at the home of Mr. and Mrs. T. J, other Season and ...rve.You'U Beat .
greens. egg until light; add honey,
*r t b. oo {1'&rj of Our rmxripilonDrparbitrnt
AND for
ENDS Griffin left Monday New be delighted. ..
continuing to beat Then add remaining I. r/. >a oI. .
Orleanes La., to visit his father Top of spring onions make ingredients. Drop by spoon- . t yoar doctor

WOMENS SHOES and from there will return to wonderful seasoning. Celery tops full, about Inches. apart on greased deride.......If.rr.Koch's.a roll lo
Plttsburg. Kansas where he I If arc grand for soups salads. baking sheet Flatten slightly with I

stationed. Coarser puts of celery can be a knife dipped in cold water Bake

pureed for soup. In a moderate oven (350 degrees) Drug StorePhone
$3.001Sterberg's Pfe. James D. Sewell and a Carrot and radish tops are attractive about 10 minutes or until a light deli-

friend. Pfc. Ed McAllister: of for ..m bee. Parsley cat brown.

CTolorada, are expected to reach and lettuce are more than garnish Prescription Druggists
here tomorrow night for a weekend they're to be eaten. // you wail tutormintuiriu auggeufon" ..
to Lynn Cfeunfrvrf, "IT e" .r" fi...
visit with Mr. and ::14:",. W. B Check'"eri momlac Union SIB/ South Derptuim.Street .
Sewell. Both men are studying -and the bread box>too. U.. taper. CASu,.. IU cou. Donsorgef 53 Call_ St.

mechanical engineering at th( very bit of leftover la that day'smeals. to cncloM I flamprd, nil-ttdtli****
North Carolina State Cotler at itwrlon For four rtplr.
Raleigh. R.I...... by w..,.." K*ipnp.i Union. ..



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Ily L. T. Dyer, County .\(fentVictory

GiirUrnH. The number
and extent of the victory gardens -
I last year exceeded all expectations
however the goal) for

should 1944 has Is make even a plot aa larger.effort for a Everyonewho to garden grow with the of the world us

year vegetables" Information for, the may family be this had eyes upon ,

at this office on seeding and fertilizing.

Home Canning- There wa* far
more home canning in 1943 than
ever before, and It Is hoped that
thin will be exceeded this year.
The WPB haa made available
pressure cookers and sealera, and
these may be obtained( now,
without a purchase certificate. N
Make your plans early to can
ti everything possible this year.
S-**! F'anut". There are no
t' restriction on seed" peanuts this I
yeac" : and no purchase certificate 1
Is requIred Buy them where you
i find them. Efforts should be THE FOURTH WAR
made to pool orders BO that a LOAN
truck going for peanuts may

1 bring Farm a load nave Practically gas and tires.all

goals for farm produce are larger
for 1944 and every farmer la urg
ed to do his utmost with his labor
and equipment to produce all food
and feed crops possible this year.
Everything la being done to keep
labor on the farm and to assist
the farmers to produce the larg .
5 est crops ever.
MolaH for Ffx-d. The Government .. ', . '..
t, has released melanges for
feed at $32.06. per ton f.o.b. the
5 sugar mill at Clewlaton. We are :
4'J told that molasses is equal to i.0 i.\ ,. .
'IS !
corn pound for pound\, for feed : LAUNCHED
: to all livestock when fed with ",
,, other feed. We are trying to ' :,
make up orders Ir. this county for ,
a truck load of 20 drums. Those -'. '
who want one or more drums ;
should see me as soon as possible
Dairy Feed Subsidy. A dairy ,
feed subsidy payment l Is being ,
it made to all dairymen at a rate .I'
of 40 cents per CWT of milk sold .
during October, November and
1 ..
( December Applications should 1; .y r
c' be placed at this office without '
delay. An itemized list of all . : A
cuatomers and milk sold to each counts, the money tucked away in pantry sugar retail stores, I have volunteered to help and have anindividual

.1 Is required. bowls, in socks, under mattresses. quota. If they ask you to buy try to buy .

BROOKER from them, too. Movie theaters, restaurants, schools,
It is the of all loans in of This is as it should be. In a democracy, war is
largest war terms individual
r banks and other
Ily Minnie Lou Haxen postoffices many places also will be
the the business of all the people. Some must fight,
j participation: amount must dig bonds.
t Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Markey you selling
w down for some must work and put up the money.
+ , were In Gainesville and Staike
The Fourth Loan is a test of us as a nation.
Friday on business. They were It's the only way to raise the money. It's also 1 the _
also In Tampa on, business Tues And-it it, perhaps, the most important of all The of our fighting if
( right way to raise the money. It gives you a good eyes men are upon us to see
day.Mr. War Loam. For it comet at a time when the we are backing them.
and Mrs Karla Green and eye place to invest the extra money-you have today. It's

children, Shirley and Gayle, spent o/ all the world are upon us; the eye of our a curb on inflation, on that dangerous bulk of? pocket . The eyes of our Allies are upon us to see if we
# Dukes Sunday with Mrs; R.K.< Dukes. at .friends, the.eyes of our" enemies, the eyes of our money that leads to black markets and, disastrous are with them.

own fighting men. It's mattress for tomorrow sort of
spending. a a
Staff Sergeant E. M. Lewis,
. The eyes of our enemies are upon us to see ill
eon of Mr. and Mrs, E. :3. Lewis, individually planned Social Security that will bring
has been transferred from Ft. We have just! entered the crucial year of the war, in welcome money in the years ahead when income we are soft enough to fall for a non-victorious, here-

Hancock,..N, J., ,to Seattle, Washington a year of destiny, a year that promises to decide how might not be the Mississippi flood it is today. today-gone-tomorrow peace . .
$ 'and says he likes It fine. good or bad a world we'll have to live in all the rest of Are ? The i. in
we answer pocket
d Malcolm's address Is your
S. Sgt. Kdwsfd -
M.' Lewls-4030057, Itry.) F. our lives. And the world is wondering how deeply These last are not the reasons for the Loans. They

'26th!) C. A. (HD) we mean it when we promise our men we'll back their are extra reasons, however, over and above the $1 interest -

AP.O' 9422 coo| Postmaster attack, and,when we promise our Allies we'll stick you get on every $3 you invest. The fundamen- WE BOUGHT I EXTRA i WAR i BONDS; I I
Sett'tie, Washington.N. G. with them not only through the winning of the war tal reason for the Fourth War Loan is that your beloved -
.Mrs. Hayes and Mrs.
4 Edna "Hayes ''were In Starke last but through theVinniag of the peace as well. America,at war and in danger, needs your help r y(
week.;M... Carroll' -t Atkinson* and The Fourth War Loan is the home front's" first Every one who has a job or savings should invest

daughters. Dean and Joyce. Mrs. big test of this new and vital year. It will take at least $100-if possible, 200, $300, or $500 extra.
Lloyd Barry and Mrs. O. W. Some 5,000,000 Americans, volunteers will be work TH
and determination
unity of will of all the people
Barry were, In Gainesville last
to make the Loan succeed. ing to sell these Bonds. One of these volunteers will

week.Cadet Perry Galney of west ask you to buy, where you work, at your home, or
Point Military<< Academy Is visit- The need for this and other War Loans should be some other place. If by some chance, you're missed,

i /Intf.1i hU 1"11.'.,parents.George. Rivera and Mr. clear to every American. Thjs war is the costliest effort find out where to buy and buy on your own.

Mm.. 'MAurke. ever undertaken by any country. It costs 250 million]
1 an* Kelly of Graham The place where you work will have a quota.
I were visitors here Sunday. dollars each day. This is just the cost of the war, in That's where you should make your major invest

1 of TSgt Starke.-amt visited Mr.-Ctamhr relatives Smith here addition to the regular, inescapable cost of running a ment. That's where your personal 'quota. really

oven'the. weekend.A. great and huge country. Taxes can't take care of all counts. ,_ WAR LOAN
L,,Green, Jr., w... la Jacksonville this outgo. Neither can government borrowing from

following on business from Monday.The here. attended insurance companies, savings banks, corporations, But. . ,

a shower given for Mrs.- and other large investors. It is turn to The place you live also has a quota. Try to invest

R. K. Duke* at the home of Mrs. the. people th it.1 we kly wages';thei"' savings' acthere., too. Other people will ask you. Salespeople, inK
o I Beebe Dukes at Dukes Tuesday ' *,,. "\ X." a.
afternoon: Mrs. T. W Markey. .
Mrs. A. L. Green Jr., Mrs. W. O. .
Rimes, M.... E. J. Lewis and little .
Jean and Edward Endicott.. : ..
.,Mr and Mrs Jack Simmons ,
and son, Lamar of Mounty Oak,
were visitors here Sunday.Mrs. .
R. Jo:. Hazen and children
d were In Gainesville Saturday.
Friends. of Loree Stokes will
be glad to know that she is get.
ting along nicely after being operated ATTACK
on for appendicitis at the 5 t4 BACK THE
Alachua County Hospital, Gaines- .

ville 3rd, Class several Yeoman days ago.W. C. Crosby 5r. }" .

was a week-end guest of his par
Mr. and Mrs. Artfoid Brown

", and guests.son of, Buster relatives, were In week-end Sampson" S. E. SPARKS H. C. WALL AGENCY '

t City.G.. \V, Hazen and Mrs. R. E. Candidate For Superintendent of Public Instruction General Insurance "

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Mrs. S. L. Ortom and son, Roy, '5 It's A Fact You Can Do; Better At The -
have moved to Tampa. I DAVIS HOiEiNDBAR
Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Rahn and I
daughter Merna Lou, of Raiford JOHN H. DENMARK FURNITURE CO.
were weekend; guests of Mrs. Starke's Finest
Donnie Mott and family. -- -- ,
Friends of Mrs. Rosa Plnholster
will be glad to know ,that she Is KOCH -.-'
much better after being very sick DRUG STORE'C NOVA PHARMACY
for several! days. She Is at the
; home of her son In Jacksonville Court & Call St. Starke, Florida
C. Li. Atkinson returned to Walgreen Agency
,f ,
y Ocala Wednesday after spending - -
a few days with his family. ; '- - .
Herman Henderson, and son, THE CAMP -'-
Parker, of Alachua and Edgar BOB'S
Dukes of Worthington Springs attended
services at the Church of We Strive To Please
Christ Sunday. The Friendly Place"fr'


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JNNYBROOK FARM Water Oak, were dinner guests of Butler, spent the week-end with I seal) ill Stark, Floi" liln. this .11.-., I
uary loth, 1S44OFFICIAL .
Mrs. Norman's parents Mr. and! Miss Odessa McRae. ( MSAL) A..J Th I
Mrs. Arsine Crawford I "i"IBIA -
ly Mrs. W. T. Crosby, Sunday.Mr. Allen\ Hall\ of Jacksonville Clerk, of raid Cuui I : TODU..STAKT THE FAMILY UKIKQ
T. Flunk nndrum, Nt ,'k. Florida .
't. and Mrs Raymond Brown and Mra. W. R. Halslop passed through, this section Mon Alty for Pit. -I. 4t 24l

tpef dinner guests of Mrs.Bt'oWf'e have as their guests this week day night on his way home from Oi GIANT HOLESAIE
\ nun IT
nit \I KOIII>
parents, Mr. and Mrs their daughter Mrs. Claude Auburndale where he and Mrs. ('01 XT' ). 01&111>> 1% ('II t\-' 1 FOOD PRICES

BrUos Warner, of Worthington Moore of Tampa. Hall were called\ to the bedsideof ('KHI.Willis: '. I IN RETAIL

Igs i, Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Lester Crosbyand his mother, Mrs. Minnie Mel- f'Url..n"hll.White..,Plnlntlff.Defendant vs Alice Case CENTERS STORES

p. and Mrs C. C. Crosby and family moved Into their new ton. Mra. Hall remained for a Nc.>. 2568onr'rl OF PriKJCATIOV I syuo l

Bute and Bobby, and Mrs. home last wftk. Everyone wishes few daya with Mrs. Melton. I NOTICE 't'()" APl' Alt ( Quantity Rights B.iarrd
them great success in the future. STATE OK FLORIDA to: AliceO'nrlen
Crawford and baby Shlrnn. Remember the meet- .
a Fellowship
Whit, Star Route (Broom Prices Good Through Saturday, January 29
;1 were visiting Mr. and Ing at Pine Level Church this County). Deposit New York. Full Month'i Supply
Austin Fender of Pine Level PINE LEVEL week-end You are required to appear on
on Thursday .
Febiimry llth, 1044 In the above 100 Tabled 09C Honey Brand Party Fraah Gr..n SoyNoPolntsl8illowFlaked
ay afternoon By 1\1... II. RI. McRae night through Sunday. The young named Court and cause wherein
plaintiff seeks dlvorre. Bradford Loaf 12-oz 35c Beans 3 2 25c
and Mrs H. B. Kelly and Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Crosby have people will have their program County Telegraph shall oubllsh thl.Ord..r I no
Vincent and Johnny Mack, Friday night. In next four weekly Issues.Witness .
their new home about completedand my hand and official I No PoinUl Citrus Milton Early June
the week-end In Jackaon- seal at Fish is-oz 29c
Htarke Florida, this January
with Mrs. Kelly's brother and moved Into It last week. SAMPSON CITYBy llth. 1844.OFFICIAL MarmaiadeQI29c Peas no 2 10cLovclt'i

In-law, Mr. and Mra. Dewey Mr. and MI'.. W. R. Alford Louise Varnen A.( Clerk of HKAI said) Court.Walter A. .J. Thomas Champion Mixed Dill
Van Camp Bak.d Enriched White

*ta.. i. Betty KIrby has aa her have spending returned several to Jacksonvilleafter weeks with Starke Miss was Jacqueline a guest Andrews Sunday of of Fla. Atty.. C. Ilardesty for Pit.-Daytona 1-14 Beach 4t 1.Hrl" -. Pickles Qt 23c Beans isv .0% 10c Bread 16-oz 8c

for several days her father- '.
It (
v, Mr. Kirby of Charleston their daughter, Mrs. Ellen Lowe. Mrs. Charles Temple. FLU/,. II. \, I'> I'HAM- Cross Cut Lovett't T Ii Club Sle.k, . Ib 43c
Mr. and Mrs O. A. Alvarez of Dock Warren Mrs. R. J. t'rHY.'j. DraMa Fancy Spring Lamb Pattlea ______lb. .n .ray Sirloin, Pinbona, Steak. Ib lie

Vanderbilt, were called to Plant Goodge, little Ray Harper and Maria PUnro Burslit Plaintiff. vs. Sliced Lamb UYlwI" 21.1 Blade Chuck Boost _lb. 27.
and Mrs. Warren Kelly and flralda, Defendant
I. b B I
of Pine Level were visitr. City Monday because of the death Mrs. L. B. Harper of Boomtownwere Case No. 2841.ORDER 4 am Meaty Rib Chop -Ib. ee Stew Cult Plat, . Ib 19c
en OP> PITHLICATION Breast Stow Ib. Fresh Hamburger -Ib- 2Sa I
Kelly's parents Mr. and of their niece; Barbara Jean dinner guests recently of AND NOTICE TO App ':"\It

J. N. Kelly Sunday after- Turner, daughter of Mr. and Mra. Mr. and Mra. A. V. Varnes of STATE OF FIXllilDA to: Maria Grad. B Hea-Il.s. OceanShrimp I
;: Btirilo Bra lit a. whose residentIK PIG PORK,
Robert Turner. Mra. Turner will New River 4758 4ith! Street Apartment 4-lo, ?_,_? Kindle.. Sliced Ib 29c '

'1 and Mrs. Raymond Brown be remembered here as Miss Thel- Mr. and Mrs. E. D. Jones lit- Woodslde.You I are I,required\ IW to York.appear on B II c: 0 N

lr.. Arle Brown were visit- ma Underbill. tle Frances Varnes and little February. 7lh, i|"44. In the above M.aty Headless PanWhlling

he latter's sister, Mrs: Lizzie Mrs. Robert Myrick was visit Alice Fay New man s were !In plaintiff named Court seeks. ,aad dlvorre muse, Bradford wherein Shoalde..lbZle Ib 17c

I i n n e y, of Starke Sunday ing her mother-in-law, Mrs. Susie Starke Sunday afternoon visiting County Telegraph shall. publish. this Fresh Ib 3l 5 C Whole Silled Fob
I Locke, at Lake Geneva Sunday.Mrs. Mrs. Debbie Thomas. Order' In next four weekly Issues Rams Ib 27c
Witness hand and offlrlnl
'r and Mrs. Frank Norman, of 0. W. McRae, of Lake Mr. and Mra. Ike Wansley and seal at Starke. Florida. this January Fresh CutSides Grad. A Roe Ib 49c
little of 3rd.. 1944.
daughter Brunswick/.Ga.
(OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas Ib 17c halt Fi hRoe
and Mr. and Mrs. L. B. Harper AN Clerk. of said Court. Ib 38c
WE CAN USE MORE PULPWOODWRITE of Boomtown were recent guests Walter.. Hardextv Daytona Beach Fresh Made Ib 35cFla.
Fla Atty for Plf 1-7 4t 1-28
of Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Goodge.Mrs. Sausage Ib 29c
TIMBER DEPARTMENT -- Smoked Bacon >In *.<.. "> 25c Florida
CONTAINER CORPORATION OF AMERICA C. D. Harper and baby IN: C-IHCVIT. rniHr. nii.\i>Fonnroi Pork NeckBones
son spent Saturday night and *TY, Fi.oiuuti.. i% ('II.\. Blaelbb Ib 25c

FERNANDINA, FLA. Sunday here with Mr. and .Mrs. CKIIY.Rltnn T.. Fullerton- Plaintiff, vs. 2 Ibs 15c WhiteBacon In Piece-Canadian Speckle

I Bough Wynn. Willie Marie Fullerton, Defendant. Sliced PorkLiver Ib 21c Bacon Ib 49c
Treat Ib 29c
Case No. 2858.
Mathew .
MCKinney, who Is sta- Ib 19c
tioned with the Navy at DeLand, NOTICE TO APPKAIt Skinned Whole or Half ".0. BuckShad"

spent the week-end here with his STATE OF FlX>KIDA to: Willie PIg PorkHeads Hams tb 34c Best Slices ib 49c Ib 19c t
rompt Service Careful Drivers parents Mr. and Mrs. Carl Mc- 135-Fullerton 8th St. Sun whose Antonio.residencela Texas. Ib 12c

Ktnney. While here he was a You are required to appear on Fresh Cut SaltChops

dinner gueat of Mr. and Mrs Lem February Court 14th..and'"44.... ,In the wherein. abovensmed Ib 29c Pork Ears or For Boiling-Bacon Mallet Ib 19c
tarke Taxi ServicePhone Brown. I plaintiff. seeks 'divorce. Bradford Feel Ib 12c Skins Ib lOc Cooked for Brolllna' _
County Telegraph shall. publish
Mr. and
Mrs. Jim McCulloughwere
this Order In next four weekly Kingan' Gr. Bag Pork Select PorkBrains Wll.on1. Kobaflora Ib 3Sc
In Lake Butler Sunday Issues. Ib 33c Ib 17c flV21ox 23c
vis I tin i g Mrs. McCullough's\ i Witness. my hand and official Sausage or Butterfly

150 mother, Mrs. Powell.\ She re- seal uary at 10th.Htarke, 1944. Florida, this Jan Rath' HeadCheese Pork Backbone Beet rillet Ib 35cT

turned home with them for a (OFFICIAL SKAI.) A. J. Thomas Ib 19c Rlblefs Ib 7c Hearts Ib 19c
visit of several Ae Clerk of said Court . I
< Shipped DressedLard
T. Frank r.nndrum. C Fat Fresh PotkKnuckles.
Night StarkeFlorida! tCingan'e Taltl- relm Fry in Deep -

y Atty. for Plf. __ 1-14 4t a-. 2-lb 43c Tripe Ib ISc Ib 16c Turkeys Ib 53c :I

iv r.Hf'I.T -oi HInittitpoiin
By Mtea Ida Hasan rOI'llTY. Fl.Olllldl l\ (1111. Regular Pure Brookfield Sliced BeefIJvor 2% to 3H >Ib Slewing,

InII Mr. Peter(''':''Y.Campanella, Plaintiff vs, Lard Ib lOc Sausage Ib 45c |b :aSe Chicken Ib 39c

; and Mrs. John Jordan and Ethel Knenl Canipitnvlla, Defen

children Willie Mae and Normalee. dant. Case No.,jHHSI.! Bag Packed Coffee Std. Calif. D.srtMaxwell
were visiting mother Sat AND NOTICE TO APPBAIt
urday. B1A1K 08' FI.OKIDA to: Kthel House 27'/2c I Peaches no 2h 1ge

e Service Work Sea 1-c Earl Kncal Cunipanella u hose. residence
High Quality
Quick Geiger was visiting Is. % Mrs. Mlllfcr, (:Mother). Hunt
1 his mother )[rs. J. P. Dick- Dubuque, Illlnolsi and whose. Post New Fla. Potatoes Green Top TexasCarrots
erson, recently.Mr. (,IffloerAUllr'IB I.' ** Post Office, .
11..t Dubuque, Illinois.
and Mrs. S. E. Trlest and You are required. to appear on Red Bliss Gold Medal
NEW METHOD CLEANERS son. Leon, were visiting Starke February 7th., 1IH4. In the above
iE named. Court and cause, wherein
Saturday evening. 1'J..lntltt. seeks tllvoice. Prudfmd, 5 Ibs 27c 2 bchs 19C
Mr. and Mrs. E. O. Edwards Proprietors i
Mrs. Avon Baladen was vial ling County Telegraph shall publish, e Kitchen Tested Flour
this Order III next tour weekly
PHONE 135 315 TEMPLE AVE. Starke Thursday. I Issues.
Bobby and Patsy Hall of Starke .Witness. my hand, and official Fresh Fla. CanadianBl'occoU

STARKE, FLORIDATHROW visited relatives and friends last seal at 7th ritarke., 1944! :-JTiorldci. this Janiiurv bch 21c .._ Rutabagas Ib 4c
.- ,5 Ibs 29c
week-end.: (OrFICIAl, S4AY'A.: J.: Thomas -..., .
As Clerk of said. Couit. Idaho Baking Grapefruit orOranges
iie v Mrs. W. C. Rhoden of Starke Walter C. Hardesty. Duytona peach Potatoes Ib 5c rellr
was visiting her mother, Mrs. S. Fla. Atty for .' J.If.t 24l Ib 5c

R. Swindell. Sunday.Mrs. N C. GreenCabbage Almonds, Mixed Nut
> f'IIU'II'r tot HT. Illl tl t--OIII
O. J. \ and COI 'II'r, FLOltlou l\ Ib 5c
Phillips children ( '' \% Pecans Ib Jge
t Ian.Norman. Sou. Biscuit Land O' Sunshine
of Lawtey were visiting her aunt r:. Constable, I'll.In II ff. -
20-lbs 77c rlour 20-lbs 05c
Miss Ida Hagan, Sunday after v... Salome. Agnes. Constable. De allllowel'l2.rloul' Large size, in carton
fendant.' Cam: No 2< I4OKDEIt .
.je.jt noon.Mrs. of PI'HMCATKIV:! I Silver Wings Super Brand A Florida
W. D. Garrett, Grace STATE AND; NOTICE OF KUmiDA: .TO APPKAK to: Salome Celery. stk 121Flour 5-Ibs 27 Oleo Ib 17c Eggs ib 57T <

Dlckerson and Ruth Sibley were Agnes '......,nbl... whose rrsldence
visiting Starke Saturday. Is Ilox 129. Fianklln, New t in.k. All Soap While
Th.y Lost
Mr. 'and Mrs. C. J. Cochran You are leqiUred lo appear on
February 14th., U"I In the above E T L E Y
gave a party for the young children named Court and taunt-, wherein 9rw/wa. 'um TTIVORY t tIr
Of Theressa 1 a a t Fi'iday plaintiff seeks .divorce. Bradford rreAts

r evening. They all enjoyed the County thin. Order Telegraph la next four shall. weekly publish is.

' event very much and wish for another I SUP Soup Mixes 3 for 24c
Witnessmy hand and offlrlnl
: : IIi one soon. seal at Wtarke,, Florida: this Jun.uary tax
IV ('IIUTIT ('IH sir HII tDFOIII tll:"r.) A. J. Thomas t / for ge
('01'>TV. FLOIIIIltl IV tllttKHV. As Clerk of salt Court.
(' : v T.. Frank I.nniljum, Htarke, Flordla All Soap While They Las Make Glass Sparklet
: Lelb Iopold L..bovtc, now known Atty.. for Plf. 1.If 4t 2.4
o as Leonard ',*bov, Plaintiff vs. \ : T
r.'r; ;
Rebecca Volpert I.rbovlc, Defendant IV C IHC'I IT IIII tlll-'OIIII. PALMQLIVESWAN
cI Cane. No. U3R. KHVrt, FI.OIIIIIll .\ (. .llI'KHY. \>,. WINDEX"
Y tVI'i ASH NOTICE TO APPKAK: Kdwln Coffre., Plaintiff vs. ,A rnes
STATE OF FLORIDA to: Itebsc-ra Marie Cronin tC'offre,< Defendant. L SOAP
Volpert! Lebovlo whose residence Is Case Nix 2137.ORDER . 20.oz. 29CCRISCO
unknown.You op'ATiov:! j 3r.920c
are required to appear on AND NOTICE TO .APPKAK
February 7th., 1844, In the above STATIC' OF FIX)III DA to- Agnes lelh 9c Medium 6c
named Court and, cause, wherein Marie Cronin: Coffre, whose. residence .
plaintiff seeks dlvorre. Bradford Is Ilityview, Ave. IZiifrlewoodt :
County Telegraph .hall. publish. this. lirfs. New Jersey. and whose Post
Order In next four weekly Issues.Witness Office Address. Is 1'. O. Ilox 2tll, rypaTltaaM SS --
my hand and official soalat Coytesvllle New Jersey. 6
Htarke, Florida, this January You are required to appear on Mb 24c
3rd 1944OKFU'lAL. February 7th 1944, In the nhovenamed IVORY :I ''go
( SEAL) A. J. Thomas Court and cause, wherein,
: As "lorK of said Court. plaintiff seeks divorce ford 3-lbs 68C [
:4 Walter O. Harilrsty, Daytona Beach. County Telegraph shall publish this w 2 for

I Fla. Atty for Pit 1-7 4t i2iIY Order Witness In next my four hand weekly and official Issues. TSa 1 9c _ _ _ )SOAP 29cGERUER's

<'inn'IT ('OIIiT IIIIMIPOHII seal at Htarkc .Florida this Jan
('(M'%''T1. FLOHIIItl 1tII \>'- uary Sri' 19 tI.
/ f'KIIV.James (Ot"PI'I"rT." : .) A. J. Thomas,
A. Varner. Plaintiff vs.Ituby As Clerk of sold Court Gerberl
... Varner Defendant Case Walter C llard tty, Duytona Flea< h Baby Foods
:No.> 2844. Fla. Atty for I'if. 1-7 4t l-ii GIANT

Maybe that electric appliance ORDER AND NOTICE pITRLIfATIOV TO APPEAR:! I Iv. ('Itl't rr f'OIIl'r 1i111)IOltI01 JSOAPJ ; Can 7CSauer's i
doesn't work STATE OF FLORIDA to; lluby / v'I'Y, 'I.IIIIIIJ11 (11t:1I \"_ [ BARS
and Varner. whr>sn residence Iv I St. ( : V.IIttuchi ;jj ,

looks ready for the Oenrpe South Carolina. It P"'TrltitshawPlD.fen.fant" J for
Tou are required to appear on '
crap heap but-let your February 7lh 1914, In the. above Case No. 2828.ORDER for e 29c
named Court and wherein 'fH" Pl'BLICATION1
cauie 14c
repairman' it tint. plaintiff seeks divorce Bradford AND :Nt;TICE'PA APPRAU UONAI'
Take the cord and brok.n County Telegraph shall publish STATE' OK FLORIDA to: Rachael
this I Order in next four weekly i.- F. Cutshaw, whose. residence. Is. No.
part along. sues 7 Bolsseau Mt.' Kttrlck Virginia I VANILLAr
Witness my hand and official You are required to appear on
H. may be able to repair seal. I at 8tarke, Florida, this. January February 7th., 1944 In the above
4th. 1944OFFICIAL named Court and cause, wherein
it *o it will give ( SEAL) A. J. Thomas plaintiff seeks. divorce. Bradford No. 2 12C
of efficient As clerk of said Court.T. County Telegraph shall publish. this
more year Frank Landrum ftarke. Florida Order In next four weekly Issues. 3 for 20C
economical tervice At Atty. for Pit. 1.7 4t 1-28 Witness my hand and official' 1
S seal at Htarke Florida, till Jan-
the very least, h. may "''OT'Cr. nary am.' i94i.OFFICIAL OCTAGONPOWDER
.alvag. part needed in TO WHOM IT MAY CnVCKRN:: : ( SEAL: A. J. ThomasAs Sm 9'/2C Lgo 23cIfIIBIIFEBU01
You are hereby notified to filevnur Clerk| of wild Court.
making oth.r r.pairl.L.tyourr.paUnDanlook. claims aarslnst. the estate of T. Frank Ijinrfrum, Htsrke, Plorldn'
A<1a Ntmmo. deceased, havlna ,said Atty. for Pit, 1-7 4t 1-211
claim duly sworn to and filed within -
eight months from the first VOTKK OF 4PPI.ICtTlOV FOil 111 RIM
at those idle! appliance publication of this notice with Ion. 'rtiRKii< : 2 for 9C
F. K. Ferryman Couny Judice of ("....,.. 11111 Vi.. mat:
you've stored away a* : Bradford County. at Starke. FlorIda NOTICE H HERKI'Y: IVEV::!, tsssst 3 for 20e 1
useless Th.y may y.t i or your claim will be barredby That Dan Thom. holder of Tax : Sm 92c
statute of limitations. Certificate. No 417 Issued the 7th. HEALTH.
..r.. some uceful pur F.vellne Blrt, Administratrix day. of July. A. D. I9o! has filed/
1-14 4t :.. Hampton, Fla. same In my office and has. mad lye 23c
If have no repairman RINSa
pose. you application for a tax", deed. to h.I. .
Sam fir
i asks us toKE
of your own. iv r.IRr..T cori T." JIHI>POMIrnivrr ) Issued thereolT Said certificate I
THE THINGS WE HAVE. DO I F'.OIUIJ'1 iv ( II. embraces the following described. :ii ..0"...., woe -
w.will help you find on. IKHV. property 'In the County of Bradford. I
"" can't use it, let Matt Ilr dl" ttroder. Plaintiff. vs.Hvdell State of Florida. to-wlt VASHCS Med 9i/2c """UIe
Rosen Broder. Defendant Lot t t>t Blk II. 7.lvlng( .ton. .LOTHCSPARKUNG.
eons else have it. Case No !1 u. Truhv A Co's Sub Division Itt NE'-i 23c NEW OU) DUTCH I /
/i ?\ ORDER OP PITBLirATloN of NEV. Sec 24 Twp. R H II 22: E. Large VHITt L go..23c 4CUUMMBJ '
*er ...... .mane AND NOTICE TO APPEAR 1',.. assessment of the said. prep- ---
Ms.' / STATE OF FLORIDA to: Sydell arty under. the said certificate' Issued i ...-' -
Rosen Brnder, whose residence I."I. Is was In the name of James
t, Mr. Horowlt. 1720 West 1st Byrd. 50%i FASTER
Street, Brooklyn. New York; and I'ntess said certificate. shall he
rf whose Post Office address Is "& redeemed a< ordlng to I. w. the 5 COUPONS
/ Damestla Relations Court, 9127 property described therein will be for 15CI. !
AND REMEMBER KEEP Hchmerhorn Street,, Brooklyn New old to the highest bidder at the 1
courthouse door on the first Mondov -
ON BUYING WAR BONDS York.You are require" to appear on In th. month of February, oN 9vHRr iAAOS Ptca -
February 7lh.. 144, In the above 144. which Is the 7th day of February. Small 9/2c
named Court and cause* wherein "H.Oat.d .
." nlalntlff seeks divorce. Bradford this 8th .d., of January. Lgo 23c
County Telegraph shall publish 1914
this Order In next four weekly (OFFICIAL SF.AL1 A. J. Thomas
BECAUSE IT'S CHEAP!' I..."..*. Clerk nl Circuit Court of Bradford
IH'T! WASTE ELECTRICITY JUST Witness my band and official County Florida. 1.7 4t 1..*



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II I : Rufus M. Johnson, Pioneer Tobacco Grower, I Circus Coming To Blanding Civilians Mav Attend seal uurv(UFFICIAL at Z4th.Starke, 1944 SEAL, Florid) \",, I '" I,

As Clerk l of I
\ : Dies of Heart Attack At Graham HomeRufus T Frank Landrum said Pom, Sl?, ,, ,

The circus Is coming-to Camp Atty. for Plf. :
M Johnson \vl.-k: <.wn'' Blanding! SHOT FROM THE MOUTH OF A CANNON .:

farmer of the Graham sconm' This performance of the "Star _._______.______u.__.__._____ lfilter l'ol'lo'rFI.OIIlIt"' IT 1'ollt'ri lift \llrllC.t
Jan. 1!'. an UK .. : l1
died Wednesday, Spangled Clicua" w : ". tH1,
heart I a' !II'k i/omposed Otis CBHsel Hoiveli i
result of a I
r animals and 73 Itars. KunnlfMile "
lIuw. +II'. ,
G Born In Blackshi-ar O.i April of "cream of the ifrop" talent Case No. 2881)) ' ".
1873. Mr. Johnson had 11o ORDER OF PVnli" ,,
1 4
? from the big Ringing Bros show AND ,Ml'STATE [ I:'?'
near Graham for the past 30 1 I OKFLOIIlYn 'p'
Just now going Into winter quarters I 'ii'Mae I:
b '
of the first Howell, >I" ,
He was one : whose "
I ,
years. 6
Sarasota. .
at A 5'r 2:7 Pearson '
rs :Ir'Carolina
,, men to grow bright leaf tobacco at'' ? S" +
It to morrow (Jan. 28)) ,
In Bradford County and wa considered opens are required ...
l. ,
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an authority on Its successful the Field House at Camp Blun- r1' February,, 28th., DH, II,, ?; -.
6 named Court 1
ding with daily performances beginning and can" .
cultivation. plaintiff seeks divert, n"h'
at 8 P. 1\(. and additionalmatinees nre
In addition< to hU widow Mrs. County Telegraph. ..II i ","
2 P. M., Saturdayand In next tom )
Florence Johnson, he I I" survivedby at on .ueV0r"r \\ eNjl;

Johnson of ., Sunday.The Witness my hand ,
one son, Fred il .seal at ", ,i aft r
MM. circus which completes a Florid;i.
Waldo; four daughters, nary 24th. 1944. thl.lOFFICIAL. ,
Ivan Norman, Hellbronn. Mra. tour of army camps with the ( SEAL: ) A. I Th
Mrs. Ellen Blanding stand, offers top notch As Clerk of said Court '"
Rhoden Tampa,
s Gertie Yw .p T. Frank Landrum Stark" .. ,. ,:
for their i
Ayres, Birmingham Ala.. and entertainment soldiers Atty. for I'lf. 1-75 41 :
families And friends under sponsorship
o Miss Madge Johnson Graham. -
Funeral services were held Sat- of the Special Service IV cinrtrir ('01 liT lilt \
CKifiv.IV: <. r\ TH
urday morning at 10 o'clock In Office. ,

the Graham Baptist Church with Admission Is 50c and bus ser- Lillian 'E. Colbert 1'1..llItIr!
Ernest B. Colbert
the Rev. L. G. Hemingway offlcla'lng. vice via the Orange Lines be- : No.. 2891 I

Interment was In Dedan tween Starke and the Field Houseat uF' e. s ;T ORDER OF p""\TIIIS
Cemetery under the direction of Camp Blanding la being pre- AND NOTICE TO AppEdC
DeWItt C. Jones. pared to meet the demands of B. Colbert whose resident'i t.i.:,"
Among those from out-of-town those service men and their f _" r O 1 Medlcaf Hospital Ship -lot
Bid*., 281. Camp KllmVr.
attending the funeral were: Mrs. guests from here who may wantto _ New

e Hattie Prescott and daughter of see the show. ; .ey.You are required to ?,,,,?
Woodlawn Mr. and Mrs. Willie February 28th.! 1944, In +II I?, .'
describe the talent
Nothing can named Court and vaunt. Wk,.
Prevatt and children. Mr. and of the big top quite so colorfullyas 'plaintiff seeks divorce Urad

+ Mrs A. A. Youngblood. Oscar the lingo of the barker as he S ; I County thla Order Telegraph In next tour.hull pal| :[ '
h w..khsues.
and Lonnie Melton-of Waldo A. cries: "It's stupendous colossal, .

+' O. Andreu and Mr. and Mrs. gigantic and e-x-o-t-l-c I Witness my hand and alt;
; of Starke Mr. seal at Starke Florida, tlr .
Clarence Melton And this U more than true of uary 24th., I9U.
and Mrs. A. Varnes o f New the star of the show the famous # (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Th,

River, Mr and Mra. T. D. Dyal, Victoria Zacchlnl, who as a cli- 'yRr As. Frank Clerk of Landrum.said CouitT. Slaiki. n

Mrs. Donhle Prescott and son """, -'.-- -- max to other daring acts, is shot ,, 1 :4; t Atty. for Plf i- t. 41,
MJr. and Mrs. Orle Prescott of from a 16 inch cannon 200 feet 6 -
"" Brook e r Mr. and Mrs. Truby Claud Dempsey of Louise Mr. Into the air over the Field House. tit'' E, w

Dyal of Gainesville Mr. and Mrs and Mrs., Robert Surrency and Other artists in the show will y' '

i Andy Sparks and children Mrs. Odell Abernathy of Tampa. Include the well known Wallenda THE MUTUAL LIFE

Family whizzes of the high wire;

' Norvell, Center Headquarters Co., Ernest Engerer's lair of In MM port 100 yean has paid.more
'r Soldiers And Wives Victoria Zacchinl star of the "Star-Spangled Circus" which opens! a one-week stand at CampStanding's
I. R. T. C. Blandlng. trained lions; Tosca, breathtaking than$4 V4 button b bmflta to pel.IcyhoMen .
Field'House on Friday evening. January 28, Is shown In the mouth of her 16-Inch cannon
To Conduct VespersAt tight wire dancer; the Can 1s- and their bmfldoriM.
r The Soloists for Sunday after-
with a group of Blanding soldiers. Star of the Rtngllng Bros.' Circus, from which the cast of the
will be R. L. trelll Troupe which performs on ''
Sgt. Kessler
St. Mark'sSunday noon ladders and Torrenceand Army's entertainment la recruited. Miss Zacchinl la fired 200 feet Into the air from the cannon from N. I>. WAINWRIGHT
St. Louis, Mo., of the Station unsupported
: Afternoon January 30, Hospital Camp Blanding, and Victoria aerialists as wellas one side of the huge field house .to the other, as high point In the show. I AOKNT:

at 9:00: o'clock. the soldiers of Cpl. Henry Pordes, Milwaukee all the clowns, the bareback Temple Ave. Starke FlaRspns.ntkrp

Camp Bland In&, assisted by the Wis., a member of Company F riders and other daredevils that l\ rinrriT ('O :IIT. BRADFORD February 28th., 1944'. In the above I named Court and cause, wherein '
( 01 'liT). FLORIDA IN CHANERY named Court and cause wherein t Bradford .
wives of some of them will con- of the 197th Bn., Blandlng. go to make up a good circus. (. ,A.... plaintiff seeks divorce and Maiden County Teleashall' publish MSUftANCI COMPANY of NEW YOU
duct a Vesper Serv Ice In St. The Choir will be under thorganizing Ronald T. Hall, Plaintiff, vs. Hula Name restored. Bradford County fM e order In next four weekly Is M aYl, .-, --Sow
:, Klnlaw Hall Defendant. Case. No. Telegraph shall publish thin OrderIn sues.
Mark's Eplsc opal Church on direction 'of Mrs. Rob- Mrs. Lilly Owens 2896.ORDER next four weekly Issues., .Itness my hand and official
I Church Street. They extend a ert Kllgore, Sioux Falls South ''I' OF prttLICATION Witness my hand and officialseal .

welcome to all soldiers and their Dakota, whose husband Is a mem- Funeral services for Mrs, Lilly AND NOTICE TO APPEARSTATE nary at 24th.Starke., 1044..'Iorld.hl... Jane,

families, and to the civilians of ber of Company C. of the 193rd Henderson Owens age 62, were I Klnlaw Hall: OP whose FLORIDA residence to: Hula\la (OFFICIAL HEAL) A. J. Thomas
j1 thla service. held Thursday afternoon at 3 221 Nlmocks Fayettevllle An Clerk of said Court.
the city, to unite In Bn.. Blandlng. Ave. T. Frank Landrum Starke. Florid
The organist will be Sgt. Robert I The Vesper Menage will be de- o'clock: in the Chapel at the De- North You Carolina.are required to appear on Atty. for Pit. 1-28 4t 2-18 All
Dr. C. Witt C. Jones Funeral Home February 28th., 1944 In the above
1.' Sawyer, St. Paul, Minn., re- livered by the Rev. Ralph named Court and IN r.nrt'IT roi'RT. un \DFOIIrOI'NTV
minister of. the Pre with the Rev. G. C. Powell of- cause, herein '
cently graduated from Mc Alllater Mc Afee. by- plaintiff seeks divorce Bradford FLOII1UAI I'* CHAN.
terlan Church, of the Covenant ficiating. County Telegraph shall CK.HY.Charles .
College of that city and now : publish H. Oliver Plaintiff vs.
with the 63rd Regimental\ Head Erla, Pa.? who Is serving during Pallbearers were A. E. Sur- .ue"this Order In next four weekly Is- Mable Clark Oliver, Defendant DORMITORIESBoth
' Civilian Woodrow Surrency W. A. Witness hand and Cane No. 2892ORDER
quarters, Camp Blanding.The ; January as Presbyterian rency my official OF PUBLICATION
Holy Scripture will be read Camp Pastor for the Starke and Patton, C. C. Deal R. Denhamand seal at 2 th.Htarke.1944..Florida this January ..ND NOTICE TO APPEAR

I Blending area. Dr. Me Afee' Richard Deal. Intermentwas (OFFICIAL BKAI.) A. J. ThomasAs STATE OF FLORIDA to: Mable
by Corp. Preston N. Parker St. Clark Oliver whose residence la
Clerk of said Court.
Church has loaned him for the In Crosby Lake Cemetery. 512 East Quincy St., San Antonio Men and
Petersburg now a mem- T. Frank Ijin'drum. Starke. Florida
who has been a Texas I
month to Northern Florida Hand Mrs. Owens, for .
Atty. Pit 1-28 4t 2-18
ber of F in the 199th
Campany You are required to on
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Bn. Blending Mrs. Me Afee have stayed resident of Starke for the past '- February 28th., 1944 In the above
iv c.rl'IT roi HT, BRADFORD
during the month In Starke at three years died at her home
The Prayers will be offered by the residence of the Rev. Chaa here Wednesday January 26 eenr.fettle I I

p, Corp. John O. Miller Carmichael Allen Presbyterian minister here. shortly after 8 A. M. She for- }Frances Parettl Pacettl,Plaintiff Cecil Case AT FIRST ''D1I'IGNOFAO' ,
Pa. member of (
now a CompanyA They have been seeking to serve merly resided In New Port Tenn. No. 2742. -
In the 227th Bn., Blending and affiliated with the 7th OTIDBR OF PUBMCATION "
soldiers and their wives In thlarea. She was

i by Mrs. Ruth Norvell, Baltimore, Mrs Me Afee has been active Day Adventist Church. STATE AND NOTICE OF FLORIDA: TO APPEAR to! Cecil : At U.S.O.-N.C.C.S.

Md.. wife of Corporal Richard I at the Preabyterian-Eplscopa Mrs. Owens is survived by her Prance Pacettl whose residence Is 666 ,
by} husband, Henderson Owens; four Navy Yard, Pearl Harbor H. I. USE
are required! to appear on
EVERY BRANCH OF daughters Mrs. Ruth Deal of e66 TABLETS.3ALVE.NOSE DROPS .

Thomaston, Ga., Mrs. Eva Den-

ham and Mrs. Reba Patton of

; Starke and Mrs. Noama Frye of

c Y.ndttl Tampa; ,two sons. Earl R. Owensof

r anceH. Jacksonville and Earnest ut1. tACE.s'tE.IO""l \

Owens of Shlnglehouae and by

two sisters Mia. Otis Shults and 1S.P\OE

Mrs Renee McMahon both of

New Port, Tenn. th e

C. WALL mnuiniiMBAIYSB rM then .


1431Center ,.

Constant Service Over 50 YearsCLASSIFIED

on Church Street while

Dr. Mc Afee has spent most of

Please Phone 146 the time in Blanding.: Two hundred -

and thirty two members of

the Erie Church are now In Uniform 1

and the members of the

ADS congregation have gladly loaned _

their pastor for the month for ex4eliencea' k., ,

camp service.
WANTED 'PERMANENT WAVE, 89c! Do The service Sunday afternoon rtes A psis y
Listings on aINUlm."t"| huatiM. or your own Permanent with is believed to be unique In North- ,ibis Qut St'cn o4

home for rent, located within 20 Charm-Kurt Kit. Complete ern Florida. In that men and art lc SiSDANCE

i ;I mUM of SlarUe equipment Including- curlers women attached to Camp Blan- a e qty ,k I
119 Rant Call Street and shampoo. Easy to do *ab- ding and coming from eight different :, t the i it t

W. T. CLUTE. Realtor solutely harmless. Praised by cities In aa many states. wcY > ae
thousands Including Fay Mc- and representing several of the

I II RELIABLE COUPLK-rWIshea to Kenale' glamorous movie star major Protestant denominations lee a 'sum ;It1 a w A Ckp0
adopt child under 3 years of Money refunded If not satisfied. of America, will participate. r V0d 4 M

age. All expenses Involved In KOCH DRUG STOKE p O f y$ D, FSby

adoption will be paid a* well IY'In'I'1'r' Cot liT. IIH\I>FORIfOI tb,
k aa delivery charges: at birth In >T Y. FLOIIIUtl IN' IH"larence \:>. b Y' 'y ostFtic lcss
case of Infant. All IF YOU WOULD BUY OR SELL (: dcouj l
proceedings milK cows stock cows beef cat- ( Perry, Jr. Plaintiff, vs ,, n par
confidential. to Box Elisabeth: w
Reply Perry Defendant. Case t tofVJn'tela Jane
>I 431-B. ltp tle, stock bulls or hogs, get In Xu. 2557. tfto.w. laws
touch with J. D. Odom. Jr., 'OKDKR OF PfRLICATION: 0 3
AND NOTICE TO APPEAR tisCbi1a1n4y pdi1 1
q' FOR SALE-Feeder and Stock Box 247 Starke; Box 204 Lake STATE' OF FLORIDA to: EILe. S 4abs1Q
Hogs also MUk Cow A. J, City; Telephone 481 Lake City. beth Perry. bu t '
You are required to appear 01 n -
ti Thomas Starke. lip Auction market every Tuesday February ISth, 1914. In the abov.
i Lake City. 2:3: : every Thurs named Court and cause, wherein ..
LOST- avi bu. velvet beans between day, Palatka, 2PM. plaintiff seeks divorce. Bradford
1.6.44FOR .
Starke County Telegraph shall ptiMlnh this
and Brooker lust Order In next four weekly lunues !
Friday Reward. Notify A. A. Witness my hand and official
SALE-one pony horse or at stark.. Florida. this J.nfO"P'If'IAL
+, ; Brooker. Itp good farm mule.-Q. pt \Vadsworth. unrv 22nd 1944. SO THAT OTHERS MAY WALK
8EAI.) A. J. Thomas
REGISTERED NURSE Desires Hampton. lipKILCORE'S A. Clerk of said 'ourt. -
employment by hour or day, J. 8.' Harrison. Law ExchangeIM 11M. i I
I5. "' : Attend The
Atty. for "
f 'Write P. O. Box 52 or Inquire new 1944 annual unVFlorl!: .

537 Call St. ltp seed catalog and Vegetable : ,

Planting Guide for Florida now t'll COI inrrrr STY. FLOHIII r'mR'T.. nntnvonn' ;: "",
n (11 n. ;
WANTED: Ride dally. from available. Send for free CEaY.iva PRESIDENT'S BIRTHDAY BALL
your .
Starke to Lawtey. Be there by copy. The KILGORR Lvdbetter Robraon. Plaintiff .
SEED V" 3 n. nh"on' I> '.ndant. .
8:30: A. )(.-Box 23, Lawtey, Ca.
COMPANY. Plant City Fla. Vo' 2156.OItrElt ,
Up OF. rnnt-iOATiov: USO Club Corner '
1.28 2tp AVI> NOTIfM TO APPEAR Temple & Washington
K PUBLIC ACCOUNTANT-Tax re- f.T.ATB P" .oiiinA I.j.. n
LOST Itnle.en .ho.. "I Seulerrille. ;
turns downtown last
prepared. 'usiatance with Wednesday .
small accounts. Open evenings between Starke Dry Cleaner .You are required ALL STAR ORCHESTRA FLOOR SHOW
r 6 to 10. Upatalrs over Steinberg's. and Magnolia F II h Market "mCS Ath.ourt> l944'and cause. wherein FROM 9:30 TILL -

Box 269 Starke. mall bell-shape top to man's ,lalntlff seeks dlrorre. Bradford
1-28-3tp. stickpin. Set Bounty Telegraph shall puhll.h this
with small dia- next fnur .... ....
lK.ln w ly l ues.
monds with .....
WANTED TO BUY Sentimental movable clapper. .salt .t " Florida '"". Jan'
value l to -
Portable Victrola or record at who owner nary. 10th. U4I. THE STARKE f.a
tachment for radio. Mrs. Brown Its pay liberal reward for A. J. Thomas BOTTLING COMPANY
return. '
Church Service Center. Up Telegraph Notify Bradford Knight' kStark..dFl rttda. .

It -t"tt; 2.15 Plt. (OFFICIAL 8EJ\L) .

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