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: February 4, 1944
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subject: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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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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Official County Publication-'Established: In 1877


OLUME SIXTY-FIVE nTAIU E. FLORIDA o-RIUA"i'o'EBKtJAICl' 4. ItMl NUMBER; FltTEK.V:



UGHTYOHR HAVE YOU ' Join The 250 Club" And .Put Bradford County {4j!




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Johnsre CandidateFor Bradford The most County talked-of today and is important the "250 Club"organizationofthemomentin started with a list of To OpenIn Auto Crash; I f


20 charter members in Starke Wednesday for the vital purpose of .

Unopposed, County Supt. enlisting 250 members who will pledge themselves to buy a $1,000 I DistrictsJ. Truck Driver HeldDavid

War Bond during the Fourth War Loan Drive.

ith the deadline for qualifying George B. Flynn. local businessman "The success of this 'club ift our only hope of putting the drive R Kelly, recently appointed LeRoy Tucker, year old
kte Senators and State Repre- announced this week that ; supervisor of registration! to succeed son of Pvt and Mrs. Lewis

tatlves passed a t midnight he would be a can dldate for .over the top," Chairman Jos. E{ Wilson stated yesterday in launch- James F. Holllngsworth, resigned Tucker, was fatally Injured In an

ruary 1, no opposition- County Superintendent of Public the of and announced yesterday that accident which occurred at 8:15:
the big push. "Although purchase $25 $50
oped for either Charley E.bns Instruction subject to the Primary ing every the registration books will be P. M. Saturday three miles south

(Senate) or N. D. Wain- May 2. bond is vitally important and urgently requested, it is useless to open, for the convenience of the of Starke on the Gainesville highway -

ght, Jr.. (House)-the only reach Bradford of public, In the eight county pre- The child died of a fractured -
think that County whopping
> announced( candidates for the we can s quota cincts beginning Tuesday Feb 8. skull an hour after it was

te Legislative positions to be $274,400 by depending on' such small purchases. I know that thereare Mr. Kelly announced the district taken to Station Hospital at

feed upon-In' the May primary R ssau people in, ;Stare: supervisors and the places Camp Blanding.

tlon.---w0thgit and surrounding communities r where the books will be open as Also seriously Injured In the

*. nave political backundar who could easily follows: crash was Pvt. Della Tackett
,:viMu Johns serving pre- War Precinct No. 1 (Lawtey)-G. who Is suffering from Internal )
purchase a $1,000
sly fit Kh&; Senate and Wain- W. Roberts Stol'e.Precinct injuries and lacerations about the
Bond and I believe they'reSTOinpr No. 2 (North Starke) I
ght having:,been one-time may- face and cheat. Other occupants
at Starke to do it!I" Mrs. C. G. Barksdale, Barks- of the car, Pvt. and Mrs Warren

oth candidates Swing Into Action dale's Store. Berfer and child and Pvt. and
unopposed ex-
Born during a discussionat Precinct No. 3 (South Starke)
ins, their to the Mrs! Lewis Tucker, escaped with
appreciation .,
Ilc In messages published In the Rotary Club here .tart C. A Drlggera Torode Chevrolet minor Injuries,

week's issue.Candidates Wednesday the idea for s Co. According to Patrolman Charles -
Pieclnct No. 4 (Graham)-C.
the 250 Club" met with
for other county of- B. Roberts Store. A, Pueschel, the Tucker car

fes have until March 17 to enthusiastic response and PrecInct No. 5 (ilampton--) was! travelling toward Gainesville )
IIty. teams were organized to when It collided with a truck
0. L. May's Store.
canvass the business dIstrict Precinct No. 0 (ThareHNa-' stalled In the middle of the highway I

ptists To Hear'ssionary arti systematically duringthe Mrs, Dulaney Dlckernon post office without lights or flares. The
next few days. Workers truck, owned by Leaford Welcher
Malone of Jacksonville, had been
will carry a member- Precinct No 7 (New River)-
si7 deserted by the driver Alex King,
ck From Japan ship "H 0 nor Roll" on Mrs M. F Wiggins.
and rider, John Pouldoa, when
I which will be inscribed the Precinct' No. 8 (nrooker.G.B. .
the differential locked three hours
lee Martha Frank of LaurS. names of 250 patriotic Col.irm's' Store earlier

C.. and Hwanghseln China, citizens who buy a $1,000 The bonks! will be open with
Mr. Flynn is a native of Florida The two colored men asserted
of the first the district supervisors each week'
41 ,
missionary insure Bradford
bond t 0
and attended the public schools.He that they had Improvised flares
atrlates who returned on the ilay from 9 a. m. to 8 p. m each
sholm's first mis- came to Bradford County In County reaching its goal. (, nA r week day until Monday, March by placing gasoline drawn from
exchange 1923 in his capacity of superintendent Up until time the "250Club" M
the disabled truck In milk and
6 after which
date will be
in the summer of :1942 .willie they
of construction on Road was born, Fourth beer bottles and Ignited pieces
guest speaker at t.he.morn- brought In to the supervisor's office
',worship service of the First 13 through this County. He was Loan bond sales were lag- L In the courthouse, where of rope placed In each before
lilt Church In Starke on Sun- married here to Florence Canova ging here With less than y *wjLi M } registration will continue until. they left' the truck to come backto

morning, Feb. 6. Powell, a life long resident' of two weeks of the drive remaining r April 13.Persons. I Staike to contact their employer -
,j
Starke and the daughter of the .
sales of E Series who have '
Is recently come
(las Franks South
a Caro-
late Mr. and Mrs_ Paul E..Canova.; of Investigation by'Sheriff A,
and
'bonds at the Florid Bank 'VotingtRw newcomersto
by' 1tlrUr'a' "'of
jn ; graduate eon
have two children ,
They the the who O. Andreu, first official to arrive
at Starke and thelocal post( county are only ones
hrop College and the Soutb-
who Is a graduate of Bradford office totaled only 1 $60- need' to register. It Is not necessary at the scene of the accident,
aptlst Woman's Missionary
and Is
High School now servingin
revealed that the Intense heat
Ing School, Louisville, Ky. the United States Army Air 956.25: t h rough Wednes.. for anyone to l'er..gllJterwhoMe
caused the
by
Is burning gasolinehad
name already on the
Jhad been engaged In evange- corps and a daughter who is still day. This means that rMs rnglHtratlon books molted, the flans bottles and
and educational work In in E bondsthe
attending school here. 164043.75 (the flames had died.

a, Shortly after Mr. Flynn movedto ( series bought by individuals a Seal Sale Total The truck driver, Alex. King
lien the Japanese invaded the must be sold
Starke he purchased a home ) Is being held In County Jail pend-
tat regions of China Miss here making this his permanent within the next two weeks. I ,Reaches $742.44; ing further Investigation. It U

|nks was interned by the Jap- residence. In less than ten minutes i'n. New High HereA expected, however, that a charge
e, and) several
spent months
For 24 years' Mr. Flynn has after organization of the of manslaughter may bn brought
mernment before the mission been connected with a' firm of club, more than $20,000 in chock with Mrs Glen Duke, against him at the inquest to beheld

bange was arranged.- construction contractors In an official bond purchases had been Bradford County Chairman of the In the court of County Judge

|Miss Franks Is probably thet capacity. He was co-owner pledged by members of the 1943 Xmas Seal and T H. Bond l+.. K.: Perryman Friday, Feb. llth

person returning to this and business manager for the Club and similar Sale, revealed that collections at 2P.M.
tin try.from Internment In China past seven years. Due to war enthusiastic Rotary Is U.S.T.at.ry _ amounting to $742,44 have been Patrolman Pueschel stated yesterday
the hands of the response made to date. Tills than
| Japanese who conditions he has discontinued more that
met with by the charges have already
spoken in Starke or the vlciy this connection.In being doubles the previous high total
been brought against the owner
and her coming here offers announcing his candidacythis volunteer workers throughout New Fire Truck All Farmers of $29404 In 1941. In 1942 the of the truck for failure to pro-
the business district.
unusual and helpful as well amount mined during the sale vlda
week he stated: the vehicle with properemf'r&ency
Movie Premiere

cusslon an authentic of actual and conditions informing in "I earnestly solicit the support Through the courtesy of Makes, First RunThe Must File ReturnAll was The$26804.sale will continue through truck of that equipment size and, which typo fora Includes -

fternment and all citizens who Interestedin March 31 Mrs said
under Japanese lot are Mrs. T. F. Grady owner Duke and all two 16 Inch flags and 3

Itary authorities. our school and who wish the of the Florida Theatre all who have not contributed are flares, neither of which were carried
lisa Franks has Just completed children of our county to receivethe purchasers of bonds, largeor Galneitvllle-Staike "good farmers, no matter what asked to do so as soon as pos In the one responsible for

schools of Missions at the very best education that the !!-small will receive a free neighbor" policy was aptly demonstrated their Income, must file an Income sible.The the fatal accident.
at Baptist Church, Lakeland, resources of our School Board ticket to the premiere i Wednesday when fire tax return for the year Officers of the Bradford Patrolman Pueschel said the
Riverside Bap tlst Church will permit. I feel as though my showing of "Thousands department officials from that 1943 County T, B. and Health Association )- Tucker car, which U completely

apa, and was featured guest many years of business manage- Cheer" to be held Monday city arrived here to aaalxt! Fire: This fact was stressed' this are grateful for the coop demolished, tray e 1 e d 99 feet,
aker at the Florida Baptist ment and association well qualifyme Feb. 14 at 9:30 Chief R. C "Red" Buford In week by the deputy collector ofinternal eration which has already been broadside, after the Impact The
for this and if electedI night : given and promise to keep contributors -
Convention held two weeksat position launching Starke's new fire truck. revenue who Is now truck was damaged only slightly
Bradenton. will devote my entire time to o'clock Filmed in gorgeous Those here for tile "first run" assisting taxpayers with their Informed, through. this he declared. Both vehicle' were
this office and will cooperatewith technicolor this film boasts Chief E. F. Bevllle, Assistant returns newspaper, of the work their
It the evening worship services were at the courthouse here. towed to the J, L, Andrews)
the board and the faculties a cast including 30 M.G.M. money I I" doing throughout the
Sunday, Feb. 6, Chaplain Chief H J. Richardson and "Kven though he finds that he garage.
pt.) Fred H. Thomas, for I of the different schools in all stars and three great name Capt. C. G. Nicholson all of No. does not actually have to' pay year.A.. Two wltnesHCs! of the crash

rly of Atlanta, Ga., and now things that will promote the belt bands. 2 Station Gainesville. Others any tax, he must file the return," list of Bond purchasers follows were Mr. and Mrs. Carlton Chas
|tloned at the Keystone Army Interest and welfare of our citizens You need not wait to be participating from here were former the deputy stated. : taln of Hampton who arrived on
and their children." asked i the "250 fire chief s:. A. Winkler $2:) Bond: Hoard of Public Instruction -
to join a
Base, will be guest speaker. The deputy will be In the court. the scene Immediately after the
Joe Abernathy, of Spartang Club", If volunteer Telegraph repo r t e r and' seven house here through Saturday, and and Bradford County accident

S. C., will lead the congre- Production Room worker fails to see you, high school boys who are members will be at the Lawtey pontofflce CommlxslonerH. Pvt. and Mrs. Lewis Tucker,
lon and chorus choir In gospel Be just apply to Chairman of the volunteer unit as follows on Feb. 7 and 8. $10 Bond: City Council andWoman's owners of the car and parentsof
Will
ng, with Mrs. E. L. Biggs at Open Wilson. He will be gladto I : Billy Colson, Bobby Turner, All farmers are urged to see _. Club.. .. the accident victim took the
organ. Two AfternoonsMrs. take membership. Bryan HarrelVWlIllam Thompson about their returns while the .o Bend; notary Club, u. u. v.., body from the DeWItt Funeral
your I Bobby'' Biggs, Bobby McRae and Koch's Drug Store Mrs. W. H.
deputies are here to assist them. establishment to their home In
O. E. Starubury.: cochairman ROTARY CLUB MEETS Delbert Thornton. Nollmiin, Park Restaurant, Park English, Indiana, for burial.
I Theatre F. O Peterson, J. T.Qulgley .
k.t The Library of production, will keep the I The "test". was made at about Drunks Jailed Soldiers In the 111 fated car
Starke Cleaners,
Red Cross production rooms, located Judge E. K. Ferryman had 4 p M. Wednesday when In response Dry are all members of Co. F., 203th
In the Legion Home on charge of tbe'pro..rftm at the Steinberg's, H. C. Wall Agency Bn. at Camp Blandlng.
ONE FAIR DAUGHTER by to an Imaginary call the deputies' MelvIn McKinney andJ. Y
W. L. Wall Ice Co"
Grill
Angelo'ii
Iruno Frank covers the events Call St., open on Wednesday afternoons Rotary Club Wednesday and gavean new truck's equipment was tested B. Rowe arrested three men
two generations in Poland from 2 to 3 o'clock be- Informative discussion of the realistically, 'at the corner of late Monday afternoon on a Coca-Cola Co? City Barber Shop, Camp 'Pastor
this week. This Is In methods of voting absentee ballots Carpenter's Drug Store, DarbY'II.Florida ,
ginning Lake
am 1914 to 1939. A Noble Temple and streets. charge of drunkenness and disorderly -
Theatre Frank's Fine
addition to the regular Thurs la primary and general electlo" For February
riled a Jewish musical hall The new truck purchased from conduct when Bob Blanks
ger and from their happl- day afternoon work which will. *. J'idge Perryman also described Peter Plrsch and Sons Company reported a brawl at the Sun Kite Foods, Hollywood Camera and Arrived ThursdayDr.
Gift Shop, Mrs. Sarah Jacob,
ess! was born a daughter who continue as usual. the proposed soldier votIng -I. In Kenosha, Will, through their home one mile South of the city. Jordan's Oar
lid In her the conflicting Mrs. Stansbury has accepteda i which will be carried out If Atlanta representative Is a 120 The offenders Henry Barlow, William Hudnut. Presbyterian -

rains of Gentile and Jewish regular position but is contributing Congress passes the necessary horsepower Dodge costing approximately -.Marlon Crawford) and Sun Kite f minister of Springfield

nod. in a country where that her one free afternoon legislation. S.f.OOO. It was purchased were held overnight In the coun Tent DestroyedBy til", arrived yesterday to act ai

a gr eat p roblem. The each week to this work. because the mushroom ty jail and released next, mornIng Sunday FireThe Visiting Camp Pastor for the
thor is a storyteller by In- Wives of service me& as well Masons Buy Bond growth of Starke during the past on 11:) and $23 bond.If Eplitcpal: Presbyterian Church

nct and the characters he as all other interested In contributing ' few *year. has made additionalfire the make no report by plea Starke Fire Departmentwas Service Center for February.Dr. .
created are worthy of re- their time to this worth Bradford Lodge No. 5 F it fighting equipment necessary day (Tuesday) this bond will be culled to the Carnival Hudnut will conduct "Med
mbrance. while project, are urged to meet A. U. through Its treasurer V. to the safety of the city. forfeited. Grounds on Temple Avenue at iations" this week at the regular

(ARRIVAL AND DEPAR- with the group next WednesdayInce S. St. John has purchased a 1500: The new truck will be used to "The boys lost a lot of skin 7:55: P M. Sunday to extinguish Vesper Service held each Sunday

E' by Arthur Koestler de- volunteer workers are urgently Series F. War Bond to aid Brad- supplement the 17-year-old! and a little money", Deputy Rowe a blaze which completely destroyed afternoon from :3 to 6 o'clock in

s Into a magnificent p y- needed to meet the Increased ford County's Fourth War Loan American-La France truck owned said a tent and furnishing the Episcopal Church here. Young
Drive. The Masons have
been
analytical study. This new demand for garments for foreign bonds by the department whose original owned by F. M. LaGrand. opera I people from the Church Service P
buying right along and now cost excluding equipment, was of there. Center will be In charge of the
el 1 III set in a European city relief. have between $3.000 and 110,000 Postoffice BurnsSince tor a concession
vded with refugees a ty- invested that 12.SOO. It's speedometer show Although the call was not received meeting.
eal scene and one which the Three Large EggsMrs. way less than 900 running miles, while the Theressd post office In time for the depart Other Church Service Centeractivities
hor knows well. the new truck, which was driven burned from fire of an unknown ment to save the Led rand prop- scheduled for the near

(GRAND PARADE by G. B. Effle Johns was proudly here from the factory already origin several weeks ago, Mrs. erty, It did an excellent Job of future are a picnic supper on Saturday -

caster has a background of exhibiting this week three Urge w [ has covered more, than 1,000 J P. Dlckerson, postmistress, has preventing the spread of the fire evening and a Valentine
ova Scotia's early heroic hls- double-yolk egg laid by the same ROAH9ACgrHEgTTACK miles, been transacting the business of to countless nearby tents and. Costume Dance on the following

ry It tells a fine, rushing White Leghorn hen. It Is very The new truck has a booster the office at her residence. She shacks in the carnival lot. Saturday night.On .
ory of two beautiful women unusual for the same hen to lay t4.4.lt tank of ISO gal. and .In equipped owned the building that burned The blaze was caused by an Sunday, Feb. 13 the IRTC

the men they love and are three such large eggs in a snort with a centrlflcal puma with a and plans to rebuild ai a laterdate. oil stove left burning In the tent Choral Club of Camp Standing

ed by. period of time. Ms. Johns says. (Continued on page 8) ,. while the occupants were absent. will sing at the Vesper rvlce.Trading .

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r hU life except scrap meat for The Feb. meeting will be announced I dolph Andrews and young son of buds The camphor and pine (Helen, rides to Jackson,

THE BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH I his dog -and the poor dog never later. I New River were visiting relatives trees are a lovely green. In the day to attend high got to taste It! here Friday. front yard at Fred Lang's farmIs is In the tenth grade 'h t

tablbhrd 1877 Yes 1 really hate to see Congress Pvt. H. F. Wheelus of Camp Mr. and Mrs Lloyd Barry and a lovely holly tree with dark I James Killingiwortii oUI '

shy away from this National Blanding spent the week-end with children Jackie. Helen and Wilbur green leaves and loaded with red chased a Ford V-8, J"" ""'

MSMBBR.FLOR1I14 =?=- Service Act for I'd like to hID family here. were weekend guests of relatives Berries. The trees are full of released from the Army L, ?*

PRbSS ASSOC3AnONNAIlQNALEDITORlALASSOCIAriON\\ see some of these rocking-chair Mrs! Essie Crews and son In Leesburg. Miss Fances satsumas at the Brinson's at cember and is now taking! IJt

: Vj strategists do something besides Robert, of Jacksonville were week tarry accompanied them home. Hugh and at Richard Lang's. ing at Camp Blanding t

salt, around and grouch about how end guests of Mrs J. A. Holley. Truby PlnhoUter Rufus Grl- There are a good many new Lura Burgess, a t.-a. h'r
Clark and and Lee Green attended the calves now In the herds of cattle Clay Hill ,
: Mr. and Mrs J. P. School
our national affairs are run. Then ner spent sIn '
R. U :Matthew __ ._ _____ Editor and Owner ,nIl:
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too--I might as well admit that I daughter, Betty of Valdosta Ga., Union Meeting at Beulah Church and lots of little pigs. Jacksonville the guest .[ ill

I'm Just curious to know the real visited Mr*. J L. Meyer and family near Keystone Heights Saturday. Mr. and MI'.. Fred Lang were and Mrs. Hampton Sinn.. !

!SI:n'' C.U..ION RITE age of aome of these glamour Sunday. Seaman Theodore Tyler of San shopping in Jacksonville Saturday Mrs. George Sculley :, IIJ)

yearly. 9I.73; Six Monti.-, $1.00 I girls who've fooled us men all I Miss Marian Johns visited near Francisco Is home on a 30-day this writing. '

I these years about their ages. Hawthorne during the week-end. furlough. Earl Mosley.! son of Brooksle I
PuMUhrderkly. on 'rl.Lay. nod Entered tvt Sccwnil ('La... Matter They may not know how to boll Miss Margaret Sapp of Hell- Pfc. Eugene Milton Long of Motley, Is now driving a truckat tY l'OiTY.(.tllrll'r C'OIIl'l'. Hut Ibrutt;:;;

at the Tout Office at Starke, FlorUla. water or make a bed. but I'll tell bronn Springs spent Wednesday Detroit. Mich., and wife of Jacksonville Camp Blanding. He rides to fEHI. FLOHII9.l1 1'\' tltl'

the world they could give Cleopatra night with her slater, Mrs Carl- are visiting E. C. Long work with Rev. Killingsworth and Charles Clark H' Oth Oliver..r. Plallllill ',

herself a few notes on howto ton Chastain. and family. son. James who also work there. rase I.NO. 5992. lJ r"ld'bI'OIU

USO Has Another Birthday paint, powder and pad! Miss Madge Gay of Jacksonville Miss Madge and Louise Bloss Robert Taylor and Revs Wester >EIt 0. ppnLIf''I\J\:

il ilIf spent the weekend with her were week-end guests of their have planted 20 sacks of Irish STATE AND NOTICE Or'. KIAMtII TO AI'IE', :, ft

Friday, February 4, the USO Clubs of Starke and the GRAHAM parents. Mr. and Mrs. O. D. Gay. father at Hampton.Mrs. potatoes. Clark Oliver whose re,.,i.TfrxuS ?llul_

Nation will observe the third anniversary of the foundingof By Mm. Eta Strickland Mr. and Mrs. M. W. Morrow Oscar Waters and daughter Miss Helen Wester visited the ?"' gulncy ai- Hall V, ,.

the organization. and daughter, Carolyn Sue, and Vergle of Gainesville visited Clay Hill School Monday. Harry You are required to '''I'' ''.?
Rev. W. C. Burton left last Mrs. Dalay Williams 0 fLake her
h Within three brief years this great national institution week to spend a few days In Butler visited Mr. and Mrs. J. for a few days. at Tampa visited Tuesday. plaintiff: necka divorce caune, ndlon'clap i. .;,,

haa established itself as the guardian of the off-duty wel- Crescent City. W. Home and Mr. and Mrs. B. Y. Mr. and Mrs.: Larson Mintz and I Harry has gained 20 lbs and Is thin County order Telegraph In next four;shill .' '

; fare and recreation of the men and women in our armed Mr and Mrs Ancll Norman of Saxon Sunday night. daughter Bobble of Jacksonville I a handsome man now. He grad sues.Witness' w" "" .
? HeUbronn Springs visited her Mrs C. L. May and Mrs. M. C. I were week-end guests of Mr. and uated from Baldwin High School sell my hand ..11'.f\ 4
e at
Starke
forces and has net' shining example of inter-faith Klorldn,
fhb
: a coopera- '
mother, Mrs R. M. Johnson Sweeney vial ted Mrs. Horace Mrs Lee Galney. last spring and Is the son of Harrison nary 24th, It ft. Jat
tion in a war-torn world. Wednesday aft ernoon of last May at the Alachua County Hos- Sgt. and Mrs. Charles T. Temple Mosley. As(OFFICIAL Clerk: of 8.Io fdL Court.) A: J. Th n.

This community will long remember and continue to week. pital Thursday of last week. of Starke, were :week-end Mrs. Edith Godbold, sister of T. Frank Landrum. Stark,; r9rk, <

be influenced by association with the fine people that have Cpl. and Mrs. Leo Ayers left Mr and Mra. E. L. Kelley Sr., guests of Mr. and Mrs. Artford Mrs: Arthur Wilkinson has gone Ally. fur Plf 1.28 4tIR !.!

Wednesday to spend a few daysIn of New River were guests of Mr. Brown. to the hospital in Tallahassee for : ('UK IIT folKT.Otl DII lnPgt
been sent here to carry out the programs of the various Gainesville with relatives. and Mrs. Gerald Adklns Sunday Mrs. Guy Harrell is visiting an operation.Miss 'ERr.l'oi''liT"', FLORIU"I 1'\' ( HI

xrr USO Clubs, and we will long be culturally benefitted by the Mr. and Mrs. R. S. Waadln and A number of people from here relatives at Palmetto.Mrs. Sadie Carter spent Tues Cacel. Howell Plulniilf ,

high type of entertainment that they have been instrumental Mlle Onle Mae Starling were attended the convention of the V. V. and Hazen Jimmie., and children Mrs. 'L. day night with her grandparents. ST'NO' 'S.f,. 1I0w..lI. 'Uaf.ndr
Christian Churches at Theressa Marcia Kay
business visitors to Jacksonville Mr. and Mrs. Dave Tanner. OnOER OF PURLI'ArIvSTATE
in bringing here. Although intended primarily for the Sunday. O. Hazen and daughter, Minnie : PPE
Friday.Mr. Mr. and Mrs.\ Fred Pender of FLORIDA "RI.
service there is civilian in the communitywho Lou Mrs Carroll Atkinson, and OK to ?,
man, hardly a New York are spending the win- Mae Howell whose. resldei",
has not enjoyed the hospitality of the USO Clubs as Mrs. .E.and Strickland Mrs. Roy and Reynolds daughterand BROOKERBy daughters. Ilean and Mr.Joyce and, Mrs.Mrs. ter with her parents Mr. and cirolin"0" Str..t., 8uin"M" sou,

:,r much as the boys in khaki. Mr*. A. E. Ward were visitors Minnie Lou Hazen Cliff Winfred Kelly Hazen and Mrs. E. M\ Mrs.Is driving Buddy a Mosley.fruit truck Mr.now Pender out February You are 2SthM required 1944! .to In apprai the' .ebonamed ,. .

,+ With close to 3,000 club and services USO now covers to Gainesville Friday NINTII GRADE PARTY Hazen. and Miss Bonnie Mott, of Jacksonville. plaintiff Court seeks. and divorce e.u.h.KrmH.".,.

' the country and the western hemisphere. It serves the Fred Johnson of Waldo was The pupils of the ninth grade were In Gainesville last week. Barney Lang has purchased a County Telegraph shall. 1'1011' , \
visiting his mother, Mra. R. M. were entertained with a party at Mr. and Mrs. Cephus Harrell this Order in next four e.ld., I I
forces and in certain the production sawmill. He is now breaking
war
fighting areas Johnson Friday afternoon.Mr. the home of Mrs H. 'H. Howard and son James, Mr. and Mrs. T. three teams of In the cues.Witness my hand and ..fn", I:
workers behind the lines. It aids the wives and families of and* Mrs. Roy Reynoldsand Wednesday night Jan. 26. In- W Markey were In Starke last west-pasture to oxen pull the over logs Into. "aVv at ZUh"aik, 19U... FlorIda.<
i rr; men in uniform, the lonely and the weary and the hard children, Mrs. E. Stricklandand door games were played and later week.Mr. his mill. The mill will be located (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Tholl: )

i, r pressed. daughter visited Mr. and In the evening sandwiches and and Mrs Charles Hardy near Lawtey.Mrs. T.As Frank Clerk or I-wndrum.' :said Court.mark. Flora \
Mra. Fred Johnson of Waldo Fri. Coca-Colas were served. About and daughter and Mr. ana Mrs. Ally for Pit. 1-28 I' |, ;
The American people made this great organization, and day night. 14 enjoyed the party.Mr. William Bryan and daughter of Eugene Garrett has gone

the voice of America speaks through the USO. I John McKinney was a business an Mrs. J. W. Thomas and Gainesville were Sunday guestsof to Jack Gainesville Wilkinson,to who care la for HI. Mrs! IV f'Ol''liTY CIIUriT, PI.OItlU\CO!'I T. Bit'\\l1.'OM( HV

visitor to Jacksonville Saturday son, Wayne, and Miss Haul Mr. and Mrs.! Eldon Hardy. C'r.RY. ,
Crosby Mrs. R. E. Hazen and of the U. S. Rev. Wester has been 111 for Iva. edbetter KobeMon Pliintv " ,
afternoon.Rev. Coy T. Edwards *. J, n. Robenon, Defendant '. ;
Do You Measure Up? W. C. Burton attended the son, Doyle 'werj. In I Gainesville Army recently from North Africa several days with the flu. TheMe No. 2HS5, t''
;nit! are the first week days he has ORDER OF prnMc-VTi
!Jut week. dischargeddue
5th Sunday meeting at Theressa has been h o n o rably AND NOTICE TO APPEAR:
The Fourth War Loan Drive is in full swing. And now :
missed working in the shipyardat STATE'
Mrs. W. OF '
Mr. and T. Crosby to his age and Is now malting FLORIDA
is a good time to address a word to the individual whose Sunday.Mr. and Mrs. Roy Reynolds and and Mr. and )Mrs. Frank Norman his home with his parents Jacksonville. His daughter I Robeton., Tennennee.Yuu whose .residence UVllle 5em, :I',

e principal motive in buying bonds is the attainment of future children and Mr. and Mrs. El and-children; Mr. and Mrs. William Mr. and :Mrs. Vernon Edwards i% cinrur (.01..t.'. Dn ,..roun'' March are Sib.required 1944. In to the Bppcar s5 11
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' financial security and a regular income from interest pay- Strickland and daughter vial tedrelatives Crosby and son of Starke C9HY.Ronald COl NTl.. FLOHIUSI !' tlltX- I named Court and caune When' :t
visited C. A. Crosby and family I plaintiff seeks divorce. Rradf,
HILLBy
; ments on the bonds. The trouble with this type of bond at the State Farm Sunday Sunday.We CLAY Klnlaw T.Hall Hall.Defendant.Plaintiff. CHUB va Hula No. I County Telegraph shall publish i iOrder 1
night. In next four weekly I."
fi buyer is that when further purchases become inconvenientand Mr. and Mra. Frank Reynoldsand regret to see Mr. and Mrs. Lura Burgess.Correspondent 2898.ORDER OP foLTflLlf'ATIOASO Witness my hand and jfflaeal
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at Starke Florida, thl 1, .
Fred Perkins and Everett I .
no longer fit his "investment program" he tends to. children of Reddick spent son NOTICD FLORIDA uary 20th 1944.
move from our..mmun.Jty. They STATn OF to: Hula A. J. '
Thomas
'j' ti keep his pocket buttoned. lie claims that he has done his Sunday with his brothel','Mr. and are moving to Copper Fla. A NEW NEIGHBORMr. Klnlaw Hall. whose reMileiu-e, IH I A* Clerk of Bald i."i '.
Mra. Roy Reynolds. ,, 221 NlmnckN I A**., i.ayettevllleiNorth Knight & Starke. FmAtlya. \.
share. The time is long past for this line of thinking. H. D. Wasdin and Mrs. Eugene Garrett Carolina. I for: Plf.Knight(OFFICIAL I SE<
was attendingto
BIRTHDAY PARTYA have moved Into Jack Wilkinson You are required to appear on 1-28 4t 2-1S .
Bonds today must be bought by individuals in prodigious ( business In Starke Monday. large crowd of young people farm home and will work for named February Court ZSth.,and It44! cause, In ,the wheteln above "

; i; quantities. Patriotism, not personal profit, should compel Mr. and Mra. Clarence 'Frazierand gathered around a bonfire in him Mr.; Garrett was formerlly !plaintiff seeks divorce Bradford "

' S their purchase. As a matter of fact if we mean what we sons visited Mr. and Mrs. front of the home o( Miss Stella a lion tamer In a circus having County thin Order Telegraph In next four shall weekly puMlxli issues WatchYouK
Henry Rogers of Waldo Sunday. Mae Jan. Brothers 1"-
Hayes Thursday night,
been with Ringllng a
say in glowing tributes to freedom and our professed willingness Witness my hand and official' I
27 celebration of
In the seven number of years. His wife is the neal at Htnrke. Kidneys]
Florida this Jan-
to make sacrifices to win the war, we should be SAMPSON CITYBy teenth birthday;rd anniversary of daughter of Judge Prime, a resident uarv 261 h.. 19 44, t

a glad to buy bonds regardless of interest enticements. 'I"f1 Louise Varnett ; Miss Louise PtettBh. . { of Georgia. They have a A(OFFICIAL.. Olerk of SEAL mild Court.A. J. Thomas Help of Them Clean_ the UI I
Outdoor garlte8 were played and cat which is unusual in that It T. Frank I.iimlrum, Slniko.. Florid. Harmful Body Waste
Unless bond buying in the last analysis, is wholly Mrs. Irene Wynn Mrs: Louise : Attjr for I'lf 1.28 4t 2-18 .. ,. 51w..c.matter1Fromth.blood
later In the evening a recitation, has 23 toes. Fourteen toes on ...... I
, ,,1 i; dictated by the urge to cast! our lot so far as possible with Varnes and little daughter, Frances 'Talking Blues'' was given by the two front feet and his back IN ('ll(( llr <'01 n'r. HHIIFOHI) kldD.yaBom.tiiD I were visiting Mrs. Wynn'smother rot ,'r,', Dot act .. Nature founded-fill U "
the at the front lay claim to being patriotic. Harold Cliatt of Dukes. eleven-six foot FLOtuuti i\ (n \-
feet have
men we can no on one ('r:HI. may ImpuritiM that It retained,, rgrt
Mra. A. L. Goodge Fri- At 11 o'clock the guests werecalled and five on another. Mr. and Kettle ........tli. Plaintiff VH, Cecil potion ':. iyit.ni and apMt 0..r I
Real patriots care not a whit for personal security or profit Frances body m ehin.ry. ji '
day.Mr. inside to see the honoree Mrs. Garrett have an unusuallyfine I'utettl Defendant Case Symptom may b..lllal .
k r when their nation is in and MJS. A. L. and :No. S742oitPKii. .
peril. Goodge blow out' the 17 candles and to piano that cost $1.000 when or rrRMOATiovAND : gr.uteut h d rh.,attack of.b.\f'1,

Our freedom is in deadly peril because too many people son Ralph were supper guestsof see-her escort Billie Sandals of new. It took first prize in a NOTICE: TO APPEAR felting und.r .I.up. .yw OlfhU..-. .linf welliof.of nra.p-
Mr. and Mrs. Bough Wynn STATE OF FI-OHIDA toCecil anxiety and low of and >
,$ are working for time and a half instead of for victory. The Lake Butler, cut the cake. Then contest In New Orleans. Mr. and France I'.icettl hone residence Is I Other iifn of ktda p.y p or bladdwe)&
' Friday night. refreshments of hot cocoa and Mrs. Garrett have no chlldien. No'v Yard Pearl Ilnrhor, II I. order are om.tlme burning.umq'
Fourth War Loan Campaign is an opportunity to turn over Horace Varnes of Jacksonville You are required to appear on too lr.qu.nt urination. i cake were served. Welcome to the Clay Hill Com February 2 th., l 44, In the above Th...ibould b.no doubt Chit pnm'itrratm.nt
a new leaf. Buy bonds for the sake of your country-and was here Tuesday of last Louise was 17 years old Sunday munity. named Court and cause, wlierelnPlaintiff I Is awe than .llect.
1 week visiting his parents Mr. seeks divorce (111 forget yourself. If you do this, you can justly call yourself Jan. 30. It seems as If she Name reMnred ttrad ford Cmintv new friends for more thin forty 7
and Mis. Millard Varnea, and tiled to ,take President Rocme- The leaves have almost all Telegraph" shall mihllxh. thin Order They h.v. nation-wid. repute
a true American. Mr. and Mrs Jo:. D. Jones. velt's birthday! Everyone wishes I fallen from the oak trees. It Is In next four weekly: Issues, Are r*.......m.nd.d by.....ru.. poopleeou..y |
witness hand ov.r. Ask ntitktoitDOANS /
mv and official' tour
Little Ray Harper haa returned her many more happy birthdays. I now the barest looking time ofyear Meal at Starke.' Florida. this January -
after a visit with his parents, as the cypress and pecan 24th, 1 44OFFICIAL .
Another Place To Conserve L. B. Lt. Clifford H a zen of New I ( \ HKMM A. J. Thomas PILLSHave
Mr. and Mrs Harper at trees too are leafless. However, ,\..* Clerk' of mild Court.
I Retailers are advised to conserve supplies of wrapping Boomtown.Mr. Mexico and Mr. and Mrs. Ru- some trees already have swelling! V. Frank I. ndrllm, Stiirke. Florliln
Atty for Pit.
1.28 4t 2-1S a
: and Mrs.\ Lfin Brown were
and twine if to continue to take
paper, bags they are care visiting Roy McKinney In Starke

of essential civilian needs. Allocations of pulp for the Wednesday night of last week.

ii manufacture of such products during the first quarter of .Sht Smith Jack Goodge and Coca-Cola
SkalHERE'S
Willis here =
were
Sunday
1944 amount to less than one-half of the quantities consumed Dyal
afternoon visiting W. H. Smith.
i t during the corresponding period of 1942. Tremendous Mrs. Myra Goodge and little ( TO YOU)

,
i demands by the armed services for paper and paper pro- nephew Ray Harper spent the

ducts, coupled with serious labor shortages in the woods tve.k-end In Pulalka visiting Mr',
and Mrs' Bob Warren and family
from whichoodpulp is obtained have created a real problem and :Mr. and Mis Oscar Rye and

::0/: in supplying war and home front requirements. family

':;f 4! Conservation suggestions say: ((1)) Don't use bags or ,
:
,', f paper to wrap merchandise already packaged in a box bottle Hampton Happenings

:, jar or can. ((2)) Ask customer to put small items unwrapped -' Icy Iturbara Home

in their handbags or shoppings bags. ((3)) Eliminate 1/'. :M. ('. MEETING:

On Thursday, Jan. 27, the regular
t inner such tissue Mtuffers'
t unnecessary wrappings, as / bag-
monthly meeting of the W.
within! -a-bag, etc.
M. U was held at the Baptist
Church with'\ six members and one

visitor present. The Bible study
= was given by Mrs. Doris Hicks.
-.i--. UNCLE The Beatitudes of Jesus was the

topic for the month: Characteristics -- -= -

,, JOE'S of the Cltlzena of the Klng
dom. Every year In the plan of

work there IK a paragraph givIng -
J A '
\
the moral standard. ,Eachof

these represented as a precious
rat- Jewel and when i
' By J. U \KUELL strung together-
they form a lovely chain of virtues :

I to make beautiful the life
t It looks like Congress U gonna health to lie about their age. In of a Chrlxtlan.

drop President Roosevelt'a National 'I 30 days after that old-age-peiwlon The different part. were read
law was passed at leant. one man and -
commented
Service Act like a red hot on by members k /
i In every 10 got down the old and at the clone questions of the
'later, but pemonally -I think family Bible and figured up that lesion were asked. The meeting !

I It'd be a mighty fine thing. I he was BS Instead of 56. like he'd was closed with a prayer, after

It'a really amusing to hear been telling his friends for the which Mrs. Hicks served a tempt

some of our Starke and Lawtey pact 10 yearsJust ing salad course with Coca-Cola. H L
Braln-truiters dixcuas thin thing I the other day I saw one I be
or a
while . way to tvarm-bearted in Iceland
busily whittling on their 1 of our most confirmed bench i
cedar sticks. Some are howling I GET THESPEED
I warmers doing a lot of figuring Slat
"Peonage'!" while says the Icelander when he '
others wish
call It wants to well. Have
on a piece of paper. Naturally SI/RE you a "CoW, says
Hitlerl. I
m, Communutm
or Just j I was curious to the Vnkin
know what cause the
plain dammltuim. same spirit. la every dime Have a "Cokt" is
ed, this burst of .energy and come I II KELIEFr'OR AClfJNVIGESTON a phrase that breaks i /
In my humble opinion each and I to find he the ice between That's
out thought that untl..rNational strangers. why Coca-Cola
I evi'y one of us should be draft I I the Service Act the Govjernment always belongs in your icebox ; ,
ed to work. One of at home. Yes from the ,
our bralntruatem ,
the
maid would' pay him art much equator to poles, Coca-Cola stands for the pause that
that
for women would be the 5O age and limit menB3. 1 i I per itemized month in and hla,expenses.dally! food Hit had requirement t I t i iI r/r. ;-has become the global symbol of those who wish well to their

.
If ihafit the cane I knowa : such thing I fellow
as country men ,
lot
of arlokle-faced females '
sausage for breakfast
who'll tell the truth about their chops for dinner and T-bone steak pork i I i It'.natural for popular name

age for the first time in 20 for supper. As a matter of tact I SBBBSa soiuio UNOI AurHOiirr or rat COCA-COLA COMMNV. a* to acquire friendly obbreviatioiu. -
years! The men long ago found I happened to know that hat
he'sinever That's
out that it Isn't good for their (Carpenter's Drug Store STARKE COCA-COLA why you
1 bought a piece of beef In BOTTLING CO. : I Coca-CoU called "Coke-.


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FEBUrAKY 4. 1P44 BRADFORD COITNTY TKLEC.RPII., ST.\ k FLORID l'\f.K TllltKK:


IN <'UK'I'IT ("H 11'1'. nil un.'o" I plaintiff "",ke. dlvone. Ihiitlfind. Iliad" futtl O'1'unly', at NI..rk... "' 1.I 1.- \V Seaward whose Hldi-n. .' ,s ,r'
('''1'1'''. KI.OKIIMl IN Ili \\- I'loll ll')' T..Ktnph; i hall puhllNhihlx Ida, "riini' ilalm", will he IUIIIIM. Okliilnimii Axe Hunt liiKi'.ii stiitlon _
I B.H.S. HIGH SCHOOL NEWSSTAFF f FN1.I.Illlan: I onli'i In next four werklviHHUI'H li\ niatiiti i'f llmltallonHit'llm .. I I.. I I.Ynii I.
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P "olhpit rinlntlff "M. . : > ItlililnilnlHtiatilx" .
Ernest' n. Ciiioiit (pi-ri-iiiiiint' < HHNo. .. \\llneHH my /hit,ill and, "rrl..1.. 1-14 41' 2.f Hampton, Fin me ii-riulred/ to app,,. u IOn I
Fehrnaiy Illh
I'M4! In th dhv'
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seal .,
at sunkFloi.1 Itlii, this lanuaiv 'I
nil nuil Couit ,,
and ran"f, uh.i.niplnlntlff
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0''F IM H1.ICTION.M : Tth., 1914.IuFF'll'IAi. IN ('UK'IIP C :M ';P, Illl tl)P'U.II. reeks divorce Huidford '
I .\ > NOTICH; TO Al'PKMl ( SKA: .) A. J. Thomas, I II> 'I
I INIri.OMMMl IN Inty11at1 County .
TnleKiaph ihall
a little light on the subject she Evelyn enjoys "Boogie Woogle'land AH Cli'lk of HII Id Colllt.altir ( pul.llMi fills
8TVTH .
tH'1 "
:
'Lnltll'10 Order In
Kinvm next four
Editor-in-Chief was there too I "Chloe" more than any otherI M Colbeit whose ,leHldence: IH 1.lMedlial \\ i'. IlatileHtv. t>")"tunn Hexch. I Malt lll.ulliMI.I.I..I... Plaintiff.H.. \Vltnen my hand weekly and nffi'ICKIH iul s j'
Freddie WImberly I Problems I I songs. She doesn't particularly : HoKpltal Ship, Viol Sip., Fla Ally for Tlf 1-14 4t 2.4 I s\clrll I It.: IKCII lliodiM.' UifemlnntCa Heal lit siaike' Floilda. thin "lanin.rv I
to cogitate en: llldir 261, Camp Kilmer, :New'.l.rHvy i ...- Vn:: :2SHIOltDKIt Illh' 1144OFFICIAL ,
Co-Editor What Freddie and Bobby find I I enjoy home ec because it Isn't i IN /'MM I "'1' C'UI II'f, lilt \ ".'cn( || I 1 OF I'I'IlI.'A'I'II1 ( : SUA1.) A..J Th"man
Virginia Sewell to do on Saturday night ? I very appropriate right now. That You are roiiuiiod to appeal on ( IMNI" .ol..n" | IN C'IIVNKM -1 .\\l: | NttriCI: TO API'K\II: AH ClelK uP'. Halil Court f
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February 2111h. IV44. In Hi uimvenamttl : "" '''''1'1'I: OF' F1.0UID\\ i4vdrll. 'I'. ,'..nk 'l.amli inn. stark. Florid
Senior Biographies I Who Hobby McRae was within I I might come in handy later Eve- Court and tauan, herein IMiiin. '1'. Fullerton" , Plaintiffa. HOHI Itiodi" w IIIIHI. I.eHlili'lli. :v IH. Alt>'. for I'lf, 1-21 it j. nIN
yllis Hazen Roberta Whitfleld Jacksonville Sunday ? lyn. plaintiff Mt'wkn ill\one IliAdfi.ii1, \\llhc. Alario.. , Fullerton. D1'trudaul. '. ;MIH' I"lot'on II.. 1720 Went, 1 I.Hi, -- I
News _._ j I t'ounty'' Telegraph shall. publish (CIIH No. 25511OltIIt 'I'o'r..I.' lliooklvn.' Sew Ynik' ; and ('l .
Marjorie Davis Ilt'11'1'111 It'1', .
nit
She : OF 1THL.ICA1IMNM1 tiiI
How It feels to meet the wife Is still undecided whether I this order, III next four weekly IMvueM. 'I "''hone Pout offlii adiliexH. In .1111
aria .__...________ Darby Peek NOTICK TO AIM'liAltSTATIC ': I 01 Nit. FIOHIIIti IN Ill \.
she DoniHHtlillelatloiin ( art, :187
old flame ? P. F. "should In o i
(lof an (IS. ) go( training at StLuke's OF "' ) .\ to: \l'illiellsrie 1 IIt: % .
Edgar Wilkingen witness my hand and official. Si'hme.l. holll Stlei-t, lookl ly n. New flaieiice. C. Hartel .
Why Romeo and Paul didn't Hospital or go to Connec ; Fullerton u hone leHldentoU VfII'k. 'Plalnllff'' v. .
| Heal at Ktarke, Floilda. this Juuuaiv UK .. Anna ;MaVhit Hal'lei
clal Features _. Lola Blecha -6th St N..IInl..III. TexiiH Defitndanl.
J get G. I. hair'cuta. too? ticut. I have a breaking idea 24th, 1914. You .are '....llIlr .1 I to appi'ai onFebiuaiy 1 \ini III'. ri-iulied, .. 'to appear onFehiuai CumN. >). SKfi'l.
a ry Jo Caldwell. Jimmy Davis!! What the boys from. Keystone I that If It were left up to Evelyn (OFFICIAL SK.AI) A. JAN Thomas I 1 4th., 1144. "ii the .,hoveuamrd > "III, IK44 In 1 HIM 1 aboniiiui'd "i | OIIHKII: out. i'Pt'HLlC\TI V
clerk of Malil 1',,"rl. Couit Mini. wtitMiln I AND
rothy Faxon. Phyllis Martin Coin o olta ...., whcieln i atiHe NOTICK g'(1 APPIMIt' I
will do when the Knights and she would go to Connecticut but T. Frank l.andrum Mtarke, Florida i\(, plaintiff HeekH. dl\oire llta.1foidCoiinlv plaintiff. nei-kH Ih","i's.' In'iiilfimlCounlv . SI'A'IIJ OF "'I.Oltln.10: Anna
Melverna Thornton Me Atty for I'lf. 1-SH 4t -U Teltticiaph shell publish M.... l1'hlte
Anne Klmble leave ? says several object to her going Telegraph; uliall publish Hariri whose renldem
embly Martha Lee Martin What What's the i I ibis Order In next I foul weekly thin onli-r In next four wecklviHHlieH. In 421 KlllH, San Fianclnco. i'all-
would If
happen Harry "tie-up" there INtint'iir. ('i11 ii'r, miI>FOKI> rUI'III"
Margaret Stringfellow James started eating grasshoppers Evelyn ? The best of luck to you. i C-OINI-t FLOIIIti IN ('H t1-I I issues.vii ado, my hand .and .rrlo-Illt \\HneHH. IH)' hand .and offh-lnl eon are refiilicd| .. to appeal( on
whatever t't.uNoinmu\ I weal. at Staike, Flotilla .111 In. J....- neat. at Mtalki' 1'lulldn, MIH| .,.Innual Fihiuaiy. H'h.911.' \ In the above.
? How about It, :Mack ? you might do. ' I(Mil. IH4! .
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: K ( "" .Ihl., -. Plaintiff. wiry Iflih, 1144 ) homed Ciinit nod 'n use. wherein
Editorialknow Saw Lola Belchu all smiles IN. Nalome AtfnrH <*otif.table. .Defendant OFFICIAL' SEAT.) A. .1. Thomas (OFF1CIL! NI. .\I.) .\. J. Th.iinai plaintiff netkH illMilre Hi. ..,.If.ud
Cu..e No 2H64OUDKH .As Cleik of Mould ('oil rt. \H C 'lurk. (>f sold ('"",.1. ,'?"IIV IrlfHlaph. shall. piililluli'
I the other morning--could It have This la a family war. PotrourWarBondbuylngthroutli I OF ITHLJCATIONAND T. Flunk 1.1111..11".i Starkix Floilda T Flank, aniltlim Slot"rk., 1"1101., thin Older In 'next four w. >..My
you have heard this be- : been because of that certain : \ :.NOTIl'K; ; TO API'HAH Ally. foi Plf 1-14 41 I --4 ,\11)' for Pit 1-14 41 J.-t InHlien.

e. If you haven't said It your sailor I heard Lola talking the payroll savings plan on a Agora STATK ConMlalile.hone OF KI.OUIDA to reNldentttIH : "Salome 11.111('i ir Kiinr. nni>Konii40INI1. It1111'11'1' (01 It I'. lilt \I.KOIIII \\IIIIIHH ut Stalls my,.. haml l-'loiida.and Iii.orri.- lauuarv ,mlHeal i
about? Marlon family plan which Ito OI\I\ I"I.OUIU'I IN C" N- 10th 1144OFFICIAL .
44'I don't care just BO I pass Gee Brown--that means Bg: MJ Franklin X..W"rk. r lllll\l IN 4II NI ,
II You are leqtilred to appear on I F:1/1.: SIOAL) A. J. 'II,',.'ins. !
I the akin! of teeth". Just surely is a pretty. ''rIng you'I'eweal'lng. lire out yourself. ::11\ ... .
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4 my February tith.. I'M4.! In the .shove \VIIIIHMitte.. Plaintiff.n.. Alice 1'\\1"" Sliohel', Plaintiff \ AnnStloliel. An Clerk. of sold Cituit
f |you pass. Did you ever stop Is It Billy Miles ? And named Court and ,-..u..... wherein Olltl.'llVhlte, Defvndant. CHHDNo l. 1 Di-fcnilanl.' Cn..en VK24OIIDCIt '1'. 1 rank I 1.11 ml rum Starke, Fliirhln. j I
IN (''IIIf" .'r C'OIIl'r. sin 'IU"Olin plaintiff seeks dlMirrv. KradfordViuntv :: 2NHA. : OF PfHI.1CTION Atty for Plf. 1 -14 4t? .'' 4 h"
{thInk how much your school speak t n g of rings 1 glimpsed ('01 Nil "" .Ullln'l |% ttttS- Telegraph; sh a II pulillxlithin unfUIt f>F rt'OMOVTItlV:' AND .1NII: I> :NOT1CI; 1':! '10 .PPIII:
Myrtle Thomas wearing senior's/! 1'1.:in.Mu Order In next four weekly. l is.slit's MTTICIS" TO APPnAlt: MT.\TI3: OF I 1..OItIP.A""I! : I I
fuThis class ring. 'had, 1 rininev Plaintiff VH. Urns STVTi': OF "K1.0HII ,to: Alice Slloliel' hone leHlili-nce. In. Madl- IN I'...(.11.1. 40IIII-. ItIIn"'Ulln
Hnlh 110111f'Y. Defendant c.'a"O;,, WltneHH "my hand and offlrlHleal O'Hrlen \\hlte. Star lt..uie < IHoumiCniin1 . < I Hon *: .llanilllon: Streets, Man I>h'If"'j i iCallfnt ('III .'1't. KI.OHIIItl IN /Htt-
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. :" 1 la entirely wrong. You have : Say, I'll give you three guesses 2811. .. at. NIII'k.'Im'hill., this Jan \ >, DepoHlt, :New: \'ot kYnu nla, ('Ml: 1.Maiv ',
nary" llth. 1944.Oh'Fh'IAL ( You me ii'iitilied to 1'1"1\1'| | un.. Francen / OF
onnEn PIJHLICATIOV > i "
to be of! You as to what Freshman ia all smiles me ii itiliiMl| to appear .n
Ing proud Klniiai'Int., : I'Ml." In the uhuv1'010011u'd .
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AND: NOTIC1J TO A..tHliT ( I KI'JAI.I ) A. J. TIliMiuinAa F< tnimiv llth I 1 11144. I In the ilhotnanteil > VH Iliiiiv 1 L HlmpHon" Defcnilaiit.
R when she meets R. W. In the 11tttt and iiitiHr, wheielnPlaintiff Cane. S... 2$li2
en't earned or learned any- AT": OK' FI.OUIDA to- IJffleHulh CHI| k i f said Court. ('''''1'1 and callne, wlielelnplaintiff
T. Frank liindium" Maike.' Florida seeks dUntieiailfotd| .lit Ilhlt'' OF' l't'HLICTIOV.
halls. Talk about llolnev whose enldence IHMIH seeks IttadfoidCon .
Of had blushing) -wow dl\onet
L Og. course you rather el, . William" Welton, Heneral Atty rot Plf. 1-14 4t 2-4 my Telenrauh hHii nnlilli.li, thin :4iiunty:::: !" TelrKiaiih;: : nhall 'pulillMh I thin i ioid I I AND MITICH TO- AI'I'KAI
r somewhere else rather than Answer to one of last week'aquestions It..llv..ry.1.1"; Noith Carolina. Older In next four wi-rklv IMHIIKHltneHH iKlv INHIIIIHVltneHH HTATi" : OF Fl.OltlDV. Ililliv.
\ haml.. and utrlrisl" 1 .... .
IN ciiiiiir sot nT HII \ uroiui40INTY inv I'Ihlll.II.Vh" address IH :1J3VnxlilMKtnn
You ur ieitilred' to on \\ hand and official
You know : appear mv
-fly. that good plc- FVuruaiy" 181 h. 11144. In th.. above h ..0111.1 IN C'U \,- neal 1 at Staike' Floi'Ida, thin Jan- .Heal ut Stark, F Floilda thin Januai \ ; Avenue, Spring I..lkv.
show that is on at the the- '' Billy! C\laon-The reason: Betty hamed 1 Court end l ratine, whereto KHV. unilth. 1941 '\ 14th' 1144101'FICIAL New Jerney.Yon .
., The only thing you would 'Jean H. plaintiff HeekH ilUor. Hradfnrd Peter (.'1\"" ,an.lIl\, Plnlntlff vn OFFICIAL, SKAL: ) A. 1. YlmmilHAn MIML, ) .A. J I. ThomilH Hri* reriulred to
\H Cleik of said' Com I IIt.
County Telegraph;" shall puhllHh. this Ethel Kneal. CAtnpiinella' l)>>fpndant. Clerk of Hald. Court.Waller (. February. 14th, 1044. In tlhe above
e to do la to set aside a SPOTTED AND JOTTED If Diinran, .'inrksunviile. 1 1'1riduAlly ,
cer- I Older In next four weekly INNUDNWltneHM . tease No 2451oai C HaideHiy." Ix)'t.ns 1'.h.1 named Court and tuiiHv, wherein
time ,for your studies which Around at Freddie W.'s house my hand. and of fit-tal "in OF' i'i'HLlcATlov Fin. Ally. for I'lf, 1-14 foi Plf 1.21 41 2- 11IN plaintiff neekn illvolte. llrailfoldCounty .
,'Monday seal at Ntarkv, "I'lorlda thin. January AM' :.NOTHT. '1'11 APPKAKH'lA'IK -- Telegraph' shall. pnhllnli thin
not Interfer with your recre- night at a general get- Ir ttder In next four weekly InnuenWltntHH .
, sn, but don't let recreation to-sether--Nina Bishop and Billy ( SEAL) A. J. Thulium Kneal Campanella, hoiw leHtdeninIn WHOM; IT ;MAY COVCKUV: : =- "'|.(/1111/tl IN I IIt\- my hand and 1 "rrldl\1
Turner and An Clerk of Hald Court b MIH Mlllel, (Mother). MavtDtihuque. You ale heiehv notified to file I FIt: 1'. neal at Htitrke, Florida.. thin January -
;,,1 |e all your time. Once time Colson Betty Bobby T. Frank I.amtrum, Staike, Florida IlllnolH: and whose PoHt vour flalinn", aicalnnt the estate. of \lnla,. it tfeiiwaid' ., I'lalntlffK Mh 1941.OFFIIIAi. .
been wasted It can never be Biggs and of course. none other AU)'. for Plf 1.21 4t Z-ll office. Address' IH <*, Post Office, Ada, Nlinnio 1 than Robert V. (P.D.Q.) Tuiner. Kant:, Dubuque, Illinois claim ""lyV...,'" to and. filed within No. 2881.OIlII1at :I. Clelk of Mall| | Court f
!lned. IN tiitriir coiiir. HII UIFOIIIIcoiNn. I You ale required to appear on right months from the flrntnuhlliatlnn OF PfltLICXTIO.M/ ndwniil I*. )Mulrahy. . liaham Unlld-,
Sure do feel slighted that I pi.ountt IN (.ii IN. February 7th, 1144. In the ..h..,.. of thlH 11..11Vlth lion .AND. NOTICK TO AI'I'lIMt lug Jai.k..o>.ivllle, Florida.
11 wasn't invited around to go with t-IHV.Oeotire . named Cnnrt and ....".... wherein R K. Perrvman; Cnlinv JII.II"r: HTATI! OF. FMIHIIIA to It.nl'.e. Ally for Plf 1.14 41 2-4

usie Seesit that cute Bobby B. Say boys Margaret Thomas lloukey Ilnirlo KiiKle, Plaintiff, Pcfetdant. vs. ,

can't you give Susie a break? I Ciise No<>p 2KH2OHDKH ['I'iU.leATIOSA THE UNITED STATES NAVY COMPLIMENTS
and ad-
am home every night my :- \\I NOTlCi: : TO APPKAIlSTAT13
y o-hum-same old place on one dress Is 33333 Call St. and phone OF FLORIDA to: Margaret .

R hose days. Got an awful number is 202 just call me up .t Is Hookey r,4.1H Regent l.nffle: Street whose['hll.l enflenr ... i.

Yeol" from the grand and sometime. Until then I am your deluhla.. l'"nn.'lvanh.
SUSI You at* requlitMl to appear o" FLORIDA POWER & LIGHT CO. EMPLOYES
ous week-end. Neatly killed February. I 10th, 1944 In the shove i
If. trying to get around toy FLASH-What's this I hear named Court and cHime. where!
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thing. President' Ball wash about Ted ? Ted who, Virginia? plaintiff seeks dlvo. '... Hradfori l
County Telegraph;" shall publish. thin
!x( t for gore eyes. Saw Mark Hear there Is an awful rumor of Older In next four weekly issue,.

1'r pt S t r ingfellow &: Lt.: Bell; marriage. Taint so, 'said VIr- Heal Wltn at .Ktaike n.. ,my, Klurlda hand and, thin offlula Januaiv -

Idle. and Bobby Freddie look- ginia. 19th. 1944.OFFI'IAL "
( SEAr) A. J. ThomaAn .
In blue
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very glamorous Clerk of Maid Court
led with ostrich plumes; Senior Biographies T Frank I.Hndruin' Rtarke, Florid A The NAVY says "A job

erta and Jim IG.( I.). Mary Atty. for I'lf_ 1-21 41 31IN

Hid Ed. (G. I.), Llla Rae and EVELYN HtLL 'IIU'II'r <'01 lrr IIHM>FOilniNT

(or (G I.), Betty Jean.H andC. On March 1, 1920 Evelyn was (t FIt: ,'. % FI.O'UU' IN lll\N well done" to us !

., Anne 1<. and Ralph born near Staike at the home of flaxel l-aker King Plaintiff v". _
ret wowtng J. A. In a strIp- her grandmother. She began her I.ehbv H. King, Defendant. Can n
No.: 2S84. ti
pkirt with a white I Jersey school life in Hampton where she OIH/ n OF Pl'TIMfATlO.V: .
; Barbara H. and Earnest went through, the third ,grade. In AND XOTI(''' TO APPKARSTATK ,
OF FIXJKIOA toLrl>l lR >
I rothy Rivers and Robert B.; the fourth grade she began at King whose residence In 3:InHiilirloal l
3a and Perry G.. Sgt. and B.H.S. IlimpltaJ. A. H. O. U2a.
) Han Francisco California. '
I Cooper plus Jewell Johns Evelyn doesn't seem to have Von me required to appear oFelnuary .
"y vas Blagging It. and Ed Lyle, many dislikes but her prIncIpal IBtli., 1144. In the shove r4y1t .
named Court and cause, wherein' -
) fce K.,. and Phil L. one ia conceited people. Her I plaintiff seeks rtlvrirre. Hradfor l '
glnia S. talking (as usual) likes. are many but music danc- County Telegraph shell publish this as
Order In next four weekly li.MueWftneHN ...
the exciting'' time she had ing and the Army Air Corps lead my Ilxnd"and offlrla .

t Etclrcus- ald the lions were the list.. She also enjoys eating neal I at Ktarke. Florida, this Jan
19th. 1944,
v up but maybe she got her : anytime and anywhere. Red Is uarv(OFFICIAL "' JAI.) A. J. Thomas
a 1 mixed up. Wolves her favorite color which Incidentally An Clerk of said l Court.
T. Frank l.Hntlrum atarke, Florid.
Mrs. Law could throw she
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all ;along. This is the year to hit and it's tough-unless it ia a sacrifice you're

hurt the enemy. This is the time when not doing: your share!

everything you do counts double. If we Make the sacrifice now-buy more .

all get together and do all we can, thafi the extra $100 Bond your country '

we'll)} be over this hurdle and well on our counts on you for-winning the war is .. great national resort' playground to one

way to Complete and crushing victory.. worth any sacrifice YOM make. Besides, -- which not only) kept step with the sudden

No unifonn-question.they'll about the go men''"all m mm H WM twos' you ndingtoAm4ricaJYolJ'Jget aren't giving you'reIn ) WE say, "Thanks 0 you, our customersour and vast expansion program of the

out"-But can we count on you/ r back every dollar you invest and I U.S. Navy but actually was always ready

to back them aU the uay' % in War Bonds with interest. employes customers for their complete cooperation. with sufficient electric service when

An extra $100 War Bondyon'vegottobuyyourWar and wherever the wanted
Your quota is where you work now is the minimum for Of course we're proud to receive i the ever Navy

-Bonds and then buy more everybody-can't we count special citation of merit from Die Commandant These efforts and this
until every last loose 'cent WAR LOAN on you for more? of the Seventh Naval District! it possible to conserve fuel manplikhell.. Together with you we share :

of the United States Navy for 'perform power, transportation and materials the honor of receiving this special) ,

ance of duty in the electrical utility vita] to the prosecution of .the war citation of merit from the Navy.

'Tfcl. Mkhor 1_.y.se .... .... elmsee ye ..". ........ 4lh Ww Um t*...ltl.. field beyond normal responsibility.' even in advance of Hie National Conservation


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Mrs. Wheat HonoreeAt I Miss Crosby Weds day world: Hear Lucile Green I I' day Ball, couldn't work any plug circus at Camp. Biandlng i :
SOCIETY and CLUBS leaves Sunday for Washingtonand for "the pause that week-end w . The clowns a.t!t

s _. Bridge Party Sgt. Galloway will have the pleasure of Into hIs continuity, refreshes"l cavorting and one of them \threw weir
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- lunching with ''Mrs. Roosevelt on come all the way from a bucket of water on
'' HostessTo Narcissi were placed to ad- Mr. and Mrs. Rufus Crosby announce Tuesday . There, now . In Africa, where Staff then ran and sat down anothei, fllld;,
Tea At USO-YWCA Mrs. Sparks about the rooms of theJ the f their by pni
vantage marriage o
R. Weeks Is
That does prove that Mrs. currently convalescing | and Mr. Smith . Th
To Mark ObservanceOf Circle Three W Brownlee home when Mrs. daughter, Melva, to Sergeant L. stays home long enough to eat a . He writes his sister, Virginia who got the wetting grabbed wag

WMUMrs Brownlee entertained at bridge Seymour Gallaway- son of Mr meal once-ln-a-whlle! . Understand Smith (Mrs. J. M.) that he was other bucket and tossed an.
Anniversary Baptist Wednesday aft ernoon of last and Mrs. W. O. Galloway of Chicago Sue Bateman, Ellen I given three Cokes (his first In'' tents among the officer the roe ,

Mime Madge Mlddleton, chairman S. E. Sparka leader! of week for her sister and house 111.! on Saturday. January Ponder, Sue McQuiston, Mary ,,,18 months) by the Red Cross re-I| their wives . Quite ,, 1d\ "'
Mrs. M H. Wheat, of Kan- 22 at Nine o'clck In the evening I relieved
guest. ,
Ann Aalberts, Grace Locke and cently . He'assul'ed her J
W.M.S.
of the Advisory Committeefor Circle 3, of the Baptist I were the ladies when paper '
USO the entertained her circle TueKday Baa City. at the home of the bride'aparents. Martha Huestis were shopping In I those three bottles were worth to water-floated do w D. nol
the operated by !
At the clone of play, Mrs.O. I* The Rev. W. E!,. Hall, pastorof Another'
YWCA, announces that a tea will afternoon at her hospitable home Jax tother day and all agreedto him all she had ever done, or thrill when one of the lions [, .
be held In the cclub building at on Lafayette St The decorations Beaslry was awarded the high Pine Level Church, performed meet at Blser's at 11:45 . .1 I ever could do, for the Red Cross! to escape'and almost tore treed\

201 N. Walnut St-, on, Friday UHed were narcissi and potted score prize and Mrs.! E L. Matthews the ceremony In the presence of Everyone assembled on the dot II . That's a big, broad state the wooden ramp before through I/
they
(today) a| 4 P.: M., 'cd bratlng plants. the consolation gift.with Mrs. the members of the Immediate but Mary Ann and after waitinga (I if there ever was one, for stopped him . ,,< Looks easy to
Wheat aguest
wax presented and a few friends.
family
of the while the others decided to go take it from Carolyn there 'em with
the third anniversary/ The meeting was opened by a I of linen handkerchiefs. stop a chair, like the [
witablishrhent of the United Ser- prayer by Mrs. R. A. Thomas. prize The bride was attractively ahead ,and eat . Thinking their(I lent a volunteer worker along trainer -do, but I wouldn't, want !

vice Ormlzatl'on8.Other1tftember. The devotional was conducted by Mrs. Brownlee served a salad gowned in luggage ,tan trimmed chum must have lost her way, or II Call Street who works with more to try It,'says your peacelovingi ,f.;

.of the'pommit- Mra. Sparks, the subject being course to the following guests: in pink with brown accessories!,!, something, they finally went up'I of a "damn the torpedoes-full -Carolyn..i r,
tee are Mr*. II. C.; .pitch, 'Mrs. T. "St.wardshlp". She also read a Mrs.. GaJlaway a graduate of to pay their checks !and who ,'speed ahead!" attitude toward r
L. Mrs. E. L. _ ,
Mrs. O.
H. ORborrie. Mrs' fat Steinberg i letter from a lieutenant, tellingof Matthews, Miss Beasley Madge, Middleton, Bradford County High School d should be sitting near .the cash Red Cross than VirgInia'. . ., -' '- r1M.
and Mrs .',William"T ft r>:fti e o D/ death register, patiently waiting, but .
miraculous deliver from .
Mrs. Ethel M Biggs, Mrs. Herbert formerly a teacher I n Brooker ;QY
Ann! . Seems she'd been I I
(With
Working t the Adiftnory Committee Mary cor-I ;::
and reupotudbl for the Mrs R. A. Thomas reviewed Rich, Mrs. Junius Smith, Junior High School, Is at present I there since 11:45: . Tills department's foreign I
'a; some of the work of Frances Mrn./ L. D. Vining and the honor .....nnndpnt ..nort.. aa.lnv BONDS '
Is the Principal of Little Springs Elementary -- -'
entertainment program -
Davenport, an early missionary.Mrs. guest. !''Adklns ( .z.IU hln- for
Army Wives' Council, composed/ School In Union County. Tip to the other Bond workers: (Mrs. A. ) at ,- jour,country'victory
Marvin Hazen gave an I the "Russian Bear" in Miami
of Mrs R. Egore"(! Mrs.) C. W.
V } Smith, Mrs. George1; Taylor, Mrs i Interesting reading Mrs B. D. GSO Members Enjoy Sergeant Gallaway, a "graduateof Bill Better Clute look and out George for Junius Powell Smith. ,i tother day, drinking In the per- "(jUFE INSURANCE

W. H. McQulgton,' Mr*. Eugene Law gave a special prayer for Lincoln High School, Chicago, fume from the lovely flame vine 1-for your family'i"X. future
Buffet Seems they have "a plan' 'for
Hamm Mrs. A.'. R.' P'onder. Mrs. our young people. SupperThe 111., Is now stationed at Camp putting their district (northwest 1 and tropical hibiscus that flowers D. WAINWRIGHT, JK. i i iTel4'phlNle
R. Mrs.H. C. Belns, Mrs. Sparks conducted a business along the beautiful boulevards of
M. Thomas, G. S. O. Girls met Tues- Rlandlng. After a short wedding business zone) way out In front 102
Mrs. Laurence ;.McKlllop. All session,during\ which Mrs. H. of last week the Florida Coral Gables where Mrs. A. has 300 Temple Avenue
day at Temple trip In South they will : of the other sections of town . ,
.r civilians, as well as service men L. Brownlee reported fine work and Washington Street USO fora been vie i tin 1 g her niece, Mrs Starke. Florida
make their home in Starke. It's a daughter Linda Joyce, for
and their ansoclateiv are cordially done by Circle 3 on kit bags buffet Frank Evans, and Capt. Evans, R.pn.N6p TNI MUTUAL
supper. Yeoman Harry Tyson and wife, UFf
invited to tend-the tea and the which were sent to service men. Those present at the weddingwere just ,back In the States from an /MSWAMCI COMPANY!MW
The table was decorated witha Susane . Born in Miami Jan. YOtf
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J. O. of .
Open House on Sunday orderto Eleven members were present, Sergeant Taplo ozone trip to South America , f.*mt l f<- mw r.a city
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of azaleas 24 khakl-
centerpiece! pink arranged Glimpsed
Camp Blanding; Mrs. Ed Sullivan among bit of 3f:3I'E: ':: :&:3C JROCS
become the and two Quite a excitement at the
acquainted visitor new
,.wtyh{ also one
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by Marian Johns. Those lads back in town this week:
f '' Dr. and Mt M.
+ activities and facilities offered by Mrs. J. A, Tucker and George
n...._ ____'_uru1S"OI ___, __ -members- - -.. serving were: Melba Stringfellow, Zeigler of Palatka and Mr. and Hugh Ingram Dink Hart and
House'" "'-will be L..un.observed 411" by vpeD all Mrs/ susan:' Moore. Wanda Pearce, Garnlta Hutto, Mrs. Roy D. Fisher of Worth Ing- Gene Long . Hear Darby Peek SEA FOODS CHICKEN DINNERS

,' USO units. The hostess served delicious Barbara Horne and June Patel. ton Springs. and Edgar Wilkinson are taking "*

fr The Advisory Council will also coffee and lemon pie. The business session; was called their boot training at Bainbridge : STEAKS CHOPS

order the right In stride -, They were DELICIOUS HOME-MADE CHlfll
|Jto by president, ?
!serve as hostesses at' the Anni- War Mothers & Dads
Farewell ,:, Keen and two-thirds of a- select group of -
versary Dance on Saturday even Party Patsy roll call taken 1 -t'1 r t 0't) _
e by Wanda Pearce. Membershipcards To Be HonoredAt three boys who got no black -
ing to which service
couple are For Miss Rosenberg TEMPTING, TASTY, SANDWICHES
marks the first
during
period

particularly, Mrs.invited.p"orgaylor:(Mn. A., and R.Ponder Jnleaee--, .Trances- u_ p.. p.- e rman, Rn..a.o were.UI.. "_.,presented urnAft'.. v..m.. _. .by D".va'..Miss......_.. USO Event . .'Sorry to find Jeanette KIn- DELICIOUS 'HOME MADE PIES .

F't r, :Miss Sara E. Reed, director, M Frances peek, VI Smith and Irepe Director The Women's Service Organization said out of circulation for a while .
program committee; plan a cab- Matthew entertained ,with' a Julius Thome. USO Club director of the'USO-TMCA Club will with an Illness somewhat on the
aret affalu talked to the group after serious side . A & A LUNCHEONETTE24Hour
style wjUh.pa' :; 'variety farewell party at the Opperman observe, the anohrvrsary of the
floor show featured as entertain- home Wednesday evening for Miss which| Circle Chairmen were dedication the building here

ment. Delia Rosenberg! who left M.on-; elected and designated to serve as with a reception Sunday after Reason for that beaming expres- Service'In .'

The week's scheJudrf. of activities day morning for Tallahassee follows: noon, Feb. 13. "' sion on Marjorie.Thomson's face ; Park Theatre Bldg. "Sfarke: Florida
include: Florida yiiglnla Sewell, Saturday Jan. of l late . That flying, thrice-
where she will attend .
At this time I the men and
Crafts-Mon., Tues. Thurs, 29'Garnlta;! Hutto, Saturday Feb. women decorated husband of her's, Capt. .

' Frl.-1:30: to 1 4:30:: -Mrs. H. E. State College for Women. 0\0 6; June Patel, Saturday, Feb.' 12; of the armed-services* will be Bill, has completed his .required ATTENTION FARMERS!

Belns, instructor Keep- Fit gym Bridge provided the principle and Sarah Poythresti, Saturday, honored and all Wai Mothers and number of missions In the Southwest .

classes-Mon., Wed., Fit-10:30A. : diversion of the evening with Fel>. 19.Circle., Fathers whd have a son or daughter Pacific and Is on the way A of'thq';
serving in any branch of thservice Representative Association will
M.-Mrs A. R. Ponder, instruc Miss Rosenberg winning the high home! . A publicspiritedyoung "

tor. score prize, a bon bon dish of One Met are Invited. CaMstreeter stopped by my be at the Court House in Starke each Fri
Mrs. R. J. Darts will be In this week to suggest
Posture Clinic typewriter
Tues.
Thurs.
.' -10:30: A. M.-Mrs. A. R. Fonder hob nail crystal. She was also With Mrs. Powell charge of the service and enter- a fit candidate for an "Orchidsto day afternoon, until march, from:; :1:30. to

consultant presented with a gift of sliver I tainment for the affair You" item, and I gladly com- 2i30;1 P. M. t
f Sewing and knitting class from the group which, in addition Circle One of the Baptist W Chairman of the refreshment ply . Here's tossing one to

Monday-2:30: P. M.-Mrs. J. H. : to the hostesses, Included M. U. met Tuesday afternoon at committee are Mra'W. a. String- the Rev. A. E. LIghtfoot ,as Visit our Representative, or our office and
1 Healey, Instructor. the home of the leader, Mrs. L. fellow and Mr..'C" F. Ward. chairman of the Red Cross Speak learn
Mrs. William Powell Miss Louise : more about Farm Cooperative.CROP
,
t' it Discussion group Tuesday 3. Powell, with ten members and er's Bureau for his cheerful and a .

1:30: P. M.-Mrs, Lawrence Me- Snyder, Miss Lucile Mitchell, Miss Mrs. A. E. LIghtfoot reaent.Mrs. WSCS competent: reap o n a e to all the
Killop, leader. Pearl Lewis, Mrs. James Black- Powell opened'!'th1 ji; meetIng Circles scores of demands that are made AND LIVESTOCK LOANS
,
t The topic for the month's dls- shear, Mrs. William Baggett and by reading the'918t Psalm WSCS Circles o/ the Methodist. for his time and countless divergent FOUR AND' ONE-HALF' '(4H )

cumlon U "The World at War". and prayer was offered by Mrs. Church will after- talents . Seems he'sa
Mrs Marcelin Spaugh. meet-.Monday '
PER CENT
Bingo-Thurs The winner of last week's grand Bernice Opperman assisted the year were appointed and with Mrs. L. D. Vining as chairman only says he'll do a thing-but
w ,t with the serving of urged to attend meetings Gainesville Production
refreshments Credit
prize, a telephone call home, was reg. will be entertained! by Mrs. DOES III! "
Ig Cpl. Joe Kenouch, of Chicago, III. at the clone of the evening. ularly. j ,_ A. F. Sauls. Clntte Two with a -r--. 'Association *
Program of movie shorts-Thurs At the close of the meeting the Mrs. E. K.. Ferryman! as chair- Since Mlckln I\laatt'n., who M. T

daY-9:30:: P. M. reservations before 6 P. Mi on hostess. served delicious refreshments man, will be entertained by Mrs.A. C'd. the floor show at the Birth- Gainesville, Florida

Those who wish to attend next Tuesday at the information desk ,_ Z. Adkins.Birthday .
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Thursday's Army Wives' luncheon In the club building at 201 N. The next meeting will be held
at 12:30: are Invited to make Walnut St. with Mrs. G. W Alderman.
y f DinnerMr. FIflIDw'y

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r ClubThe and Mrs. i. Lecln enter:

MARGARET'S GIFT SHOP regular meeting of the tained with a dinner\ party Sunday .

Junior Woman's Club will be held hnorlng Mist Maddy Lee in "a 9. t

Across next Wednesday night 8 who was her "
from Park Theatre at p. m. celebrating birthday p, ,
In the club building. anniversary. Covers were placed 6. .. 1

Novelties - JewelryGIFT for Cpl., Sid Mandel, Cpl. Willy x ..i.

Circle To MeetThe Adler, Pvt. Stanley! Yeslow, Pvt. r krbr x .,
WKAPPINO[ Joe Feltelberg and Pvt. William
Business Women's Circleof Sulsky all of
Camp Blanding, aft s sa
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the Baptist W, M. U. will Mrs. Alex Perils of Brooklyn, ,,

meet Monday night, Feb. 7, at 8 N. Y., Pvt. Joseph! Russell of ,' a, a,
t l o'clock at the home of Mrs R. Springfield Mass, the host'and :

FOil SAFETY, COMFORT AND ECONOMY RIDE A. Green. jontess=:the honor guest '1

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UNION BUS STATIONLACY Excuse my breathlessness dear swirling midnight black net skirt

l readers, but can hardly wait to and cloud pink bodice, sacrificing
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Agent tell you about the 1944 edition precious dancing time by taking .

I Temple AYC. Starke, Florida of the Birthday Ball, which was up tickets at the door . The r z rr' P 4
Frank Wilsons
truly a high point In a long series easily the most
distinguished"' looking both
couple,
I ((10 years to be exact) of these with their striking white hair,
colorful affairs .
Methlnks and Hlldab'elle In smart cranberry
i Fred Guy deserves! a lot of credit faille . Stately! Bess Burns,

NOTICE TO FARMERS fur the bang-up Job be did of passing out charm in her own :" ,

promoting this event, and who inimitable manner, becomingly i.
could blame him for
looking bedecked in
snowy white lace,
"proud as Punch" as he surveyed fashioned with subtle
simplicity wytf
the dazzling scene at the USO . 5;
Really sweet to see slim Jo r

Shells for farmers who signed dashing last Friday figure night he cut. ., Quite too, In'a' cated Thorn two-piece(Mrs Julius tangerine)' }In sophIsti- .Jt rr'a '

crepe,
white dinner jacket and dark dancing with son. Philip, who In- e4
trousers! with a red rose button.
before September 1st will cidentally-at the tender age of
ar- niece! adding Just that extra touch two-led the grand march at the

very first Birthday Ball, where

rive 5th. the Thorns were then located In
February
Jarksontllllane rome bark to the North A proud possessionOf
the fold were Capt. and Mrs. Jack i i( theirs Is a picture of the event Men / '
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subject Williams,for Ros looking like a fit I I I autographed by none other than ...areou.uin.2
Vogue In a long- F. D R. himself < .
sleeved floor-length gown .
EASTERN AUTO SUPPLYThe ing flame and fuchsia combln-I Cinderella -
of the Ball was a ,
a weskit
of ,
. stelle: and sparkling Tolbert Black, pretty, unsophisticated I little IF YOU'RE inclined to say "I can't the Fourth War Loan. At- least $100.-
charmer
she doing her vivacious self up j know . who. Looking no ope seemed to afford any more Bonds" just take $200. $300. or $500 if you'can possibly
In a Meek black t I completely another look at the list
bodice casualty ,. it
wlth'bouf-j "out of this crape
i world" up.
she
World's I might
News Seen Through fant black-and-aqua striped skirt really! have stepped At least $100 extra in Bonds-over Look
from
. the at those
_ Annie Mae Pearce grim lists in today'spaper.
THE.CHRISTIAN
SCIENCE MONITOR decldely "South of the Border"looking' and storied yards pumpkin of coach . Yards and above :your regular 'buying-is Buy you Bonds while the
An littrnttiontl sunny yellow chif needed
Duly In exotic as :your in
Nrwrpeprr black mantilla, part putting over names still
I. complete ton net were used I In her are fresh In your mind.
Truthful-Connructiw-Unbf.ed-Fr.. from 5.n..don. with rose In hair . Beautiful gown ,
i'ln-Edilori... Are Tim.ly .nd liutructiv blonde Marie and a matchrng\ bonnet, with f-
and It. D.ily Register, one time
F..lu..
pansies
TOI.lh.r with peeking from
beneath
Weekly' M'I..ine hostess the
Section M.ke at the
USG
Ih.
....Monitor....-- en.Ideal..N.w.paper for Ihe Horn. at home as she feeling quite brim, completed the picture . .

-Th; ChrutUn: ;.;:;:P i.iihiSiI-; ; : dance floor in honey-hued glided over chif the Caught on the "steps of the lIf .aftBACKTHE E
Ca tJe" .
i at the
On. t stroke of AnICK1I!
/ Norway Saw, Bo.ton, !M.u.chuMtM fon, sprinkled with gold sequins (by midnight
Carolyn, of
Price 'IZOO' Yearly, or 11.00 Month. . j course) she was
Saturday !..?., including; M' s.i I discovered to be Margaret Raul- I
& Section, '2.60 Y....
Introductory Offer, 6 Saturday I.u.. 2 J c.nu. Among the loodite. .. noted Mrs. emon. of neighboring Lake Butler

N.m..y__..._..._-__.________.._____......_____ Nat SternberK setting the fashion .had. the A Camp size of Blar.dlngr her lieutenant

Addrur-------------_..__..__....___________........__._._ pace formals In-one a suave of the black I new "short" ten In red in his little slipper date writ-book The: STAG

x"r _SAMP'! B COPY ON, REQUEST with interest centered In sheath countless Ahhh, romance.:! . ,

loops of Jet at the low -
-- neckline , But to come back to earth and Ii
I Frances peek '
j in a on with the affairs of the every- Carter Building j Starke, Florida


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_'I,'! FEBRUARY*. 1&44 BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. BY""" FLORIDA PAtiK FIVE


WITS of LOCAL NEWS Sgt. Earl L. Carter stationed I Mrs D. P. Carpenter and Mra. Woman's ClubThe bands from Camp Blandfngr. A given of their time to make USO
with the 562nd Ordnance Co. at Li. D. Vining went early this week I special feature
at the 14 Tempi it better, more< friendly place. We
Nashville: Tenn., and Mrs. Carter I to Atlanta Ga. While there they Woman's Club will meet Ave., club will be a Sunduy are proud of the 800,000 volunteer

'tI/I1'' were visiting friends In Starke will be guests of Mrs. Vlntng's Wed.. Feb. 9, at 4 o'clock. Thepresident. morning breakfast. worker. all over the country
in1f Johnson, for the past three Elton Powell, son of the Rev. la
[ last Friday. Sgl. Carter parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. L.
] Mrs. H. C. Bitch will "We In the USO are proud of who make the program pos
rt4 tan x-ray technician at the and Mrs. O. C. Powell, has been spending a 10-day furlough with Joiner. and "
preside annual reports will the sible.
,ta1eitt Hospital, Camp Blanding, admitted to the Pierian Club, his wife and his mother Mrs. C. accomplishments of lie past
OageH Spring election of huts be read Hostess: Mrs. L. H. three years" Miss Reed' nld. '
,...."feworn into the Ala'Corpa as Southern College literary society.No L. Carter In Jacksonville I
-the motif irrrnlNtlble crt I Nee Jennings Mrs A. E. LJghtfoot "We want everyone to nee at firsthand If every man, woman and
o"'' ''Aviation cadet lat>t week and freshman ray be admitted I Mrs. R. R. Prevatt returned them at LPlla'.. Mrs. H. H. Young Mrs. F. what USO Ix doing. I i child In the Halted Stale lay I
,!,* # awaiting his "call". with marks lower than B In F'I .. .
Friday from Tallahassee where Mrs T. E. Strange of Palutka Stump Mrs. L, A. Canova Thanks extended ldn $100 the aggregate willabes1111,000eO0,00e.r
are nt this r .
Spring line of Gage hatsved freshman English. Elton was also she spent ten days with her sonInlaw Mrs. George Inman. the
spent the week-end with her" slater
.. time to (he and
many men womenof
''J, ,. at Leila's.T. elected one of the two assistant and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Thomas. amount the Treasury mod
. J. Griffin is confined buninesB managers of the Mrs. P. H Roberts, and new New i i this community who have rain. In Its Second War Loaa.If's .
Frank O. ArrivalMr.
Thursday
Peterson'spent
club. '-
(/> home by illness this week. granddaughterPhyllis..

:. Mundy was brought homeSt. Friends of John M. Seymourwill Tech. Sgrt. A. W. Anderson, Jr., Lakeland and Friday visiting of his last son week-In-law In and Mrs. P. H, Roberts or''
: Vincent Hospital, Jack- be glad to know that he re- ,
stationed at Pickett Va. Tallahassee ,
"
Camp and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. C. B.I I announce the birth
i, on Sunday. turned home Tuesday from Riverside I
returned after of
yesterday spendinga Stroschein. Mrs. Stroscheln and a daughter Phyllis Marguerite
PV O. Carpenter and. Mrs. Hospital, Jacksonville, wherehe 10-day furlough here with his returned to Starke on Friday Jan. 7. In Johnston's
son
young
:Wields spent Tuesday Inivllle. was'taken several days ago the Quality of leadershipthat
for treatment.' Barents, Mr. and Mrs. A. w. Anderson with Mr. Peterson for a visit Sanatorium in Tallahassee j
Before her
with her p rents. marriage Mrs. Rob
Mrs. Myrtlce Carpenter Is spending arts was Miss Marguerite Prevatt, i
Mr. and Mrs James A. Tucker makes Leaders J I
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. R. R.I I
'H. : a few days In Atlanta attending -
had their' last
r e. as guests Sunday
a r. ':Ty; Prevatt of Starke.
a gift show. Mr. and Mrs. H. F. Howard of ,

arley. E Johns. Thanks, Voters Mrs. J. B. Mills of Green Cove t Jacksonville, and their daughter-
Springs is visiting her in-law, Mrs. Herbert Howard or'' USO Anniversary

' I am taking this means of thanking the citi- Mrs E. M. Thomas, and mother'l'Columbus, Ga., and her two children. I To Be Observed I II TIC IC E "
in-law and daughter, 'I I

zens of Bradford and Union Counties for their Mrs. Percy Sullivan. Miss Marie Register of Jack- Here This WeekEndUSO UfMoUfCfA rare

A becoming hat for every typeIn sonville spent the weekend withMiss I the
C kindness. in giving me the Democratic Nomination the new Gage selection for Louise Snyder. Clubs throughout the Na LeadersCONSERVE

l' Fi Spring, now at ....11a..,. tion will be opened to the public I
for State Senator from the 15th Sena- Cpl. Jesse J. Ricks. stationed
/ Mrs. Frank O. Bauknlght of : for three days this week in observance ,
with Hq. Btry. 041st Field Artillery -
of the third
Jacksonville is n din I two anniversaryof
torial District without I spe g ;
opposition. want
any Bn., Los Angeles. Calif.,
the organization, which
was
weeks with her mother, Mrs W. ,
, my people< to, know. that I appreciate their H. Strutli. will return to his post this weekend founded On Feb. 4, 1941. a

Pfc. Gene Long of Detroit after spending a 15 day fur. Chas A. Darby, mayor of _r---C L _SSL AY.M a
kindness more.thin words can express and I Mich., Is spending a furlough with lough with his parents. Mr. and I Starke, has issued! a proclamation'

his wife at the home of her parents Mrs. J. D. Ricks at their farm I lauding the USO for three years I
am going .to ''make'you; : a Senator that you Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Dowlingand home near here. I IMI' of service given men and women

t good people of:' n'ra"dfonf' Union :County with his parents, Mr. and and Mrs John O. Tucker in uniform and has asked every
** : i? Mrs. E. C. Long in Brooker. citizen of the community to take
of Weatherford Texas, are spend-
willl lalygys, be J, J>Roud of_ < Again thankingyou Mrs. Alex Perils of Brooklyn, ing a week" with their son, Cpl. advantage of the "open house"
N. ''Y., William Sulsky of the Invitation to visit the local clubs to<
from the depth of my heart. I remain ; John O. Tucker, Jr., of Camp ,... ......,....
Bronx, N. Y., and Pvt. Joseph this week-end. '1'1.. ../ t
H > .014. .. ., Russell 'of Sprlngf' e'd, Masa., Blanding. ,Miss Sara Reed, chairman of 6a...J' . B J*

:iRespectfolly :yours, -. were week-end' guests of Mr. and SUNNYBROOK FARMBy the Starke USO Staff Conference , jii mere and

Mr*. I. Lecln. ,, announces that all will be more dodom Join
Mrs. D. H. Chrisllano of Darien, Mrs Arsula Crawford welcome at the clubs at tha armed. Ionian, I
' Charley E. Johns any I I I.. troblviu t>tKttrvInK Let's Guard Against
' Cortn.. spending a fortnight time .Friday, Saturday and Sun u I v than .
r!.r'. Mr. and.'Mrs.'Robert: Ward and o... Ii.0 t.ctim...
with her parents Mr. and Mrs. baby of Jacksonville were week- day. "As USO U financed icy the Critical 1 inly

. .. V. .3. St. John. American people through the National thru u K h Wartime
_____ -- end guests of Mr. Ward's parents I I nl eluo . Enidemics
tary n u -- ------ .
n ,,.. Sgl.. and Mrs. Ruben Voxrudereturned Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Ward. I War Fund" she said, "con-. iiiKdlml;; care will
recently from a furlough tributor'S to the USO fund are ..".r'on. bo ...rvd !
1, -. .....-... .. Mr. and Mrs. O. E. Crosby and I wtisfaclurlly. .
spent at their home 1 n North especially urged to attend the
-, children, Sherman and BeverlyJo KnlUiw them) HUH- of Colds and Flu . j
Dakota. {open house and see what their a..llonnee
; Mrs Doris Green, Mr Betty
j
ok f Pvt. and Mrs. Stanley Bearh- mney has made possible." 1. ,... doeI.e. J
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Kirby and Elmer Canon were, attending -
.
man returned Sunday from Columbus to business In Aluchua' A general opt'1house celebration r... .flh'Avoid If houft'U. The medical corps of our armed 1

:'1 '. ;O., where they spent a Saturday. Saturday at the Temple ...Ha *. b sever forces are doing their part to
; Cen day furlough. I & Washington St. and 201 N. ..+.1101..
soldiers std sailorsfiom
Rev. Hodges and wife of Jacksonville protect our !
; Mrs. L. D. Sullivan of Jacksonville Walnut St. clubs will feature .t.k for house
L MAUDE'S spent the week-end with spent' Friday night with dancing to the music of military ...ll.. 10..,... N \. wartime epidemics It's up

her) mother Mrs. James Lambe. Mrs. Inez Kelly. M. If tfiirfor pixulhlrywMr ,*.w'n to us on the home front to !guard bpl.
.
I I .
e ..
f.,. Jack Garlow of DetroitArrved I Among those who attended ran rflt.'l- our nation's hl'alth81..h your

$ here Monday to make her church at Beulah Baptist Church soar . . lakevlta'mlnn
diet live sanely
Wishes To }home while her husband is in Satuiday were: .Mr. and Mr*. .llrlp your, News for 'I hlw . drink lots of
rj training at Camp Blanding. I Floyd Crosby and son, Russell, you :.r.lo.p. llf .,..1 dally
Flushing Mr and Mrs. C. C. Crosby and have bin rrBNlur water . don't neglect the early
I : We Will Be Open Mrs. Reynolds Sides of .,... nnil -..1..
: Long Island. N. Y., Mrs sons, Bule and Bobby Mts. Ar signs of sickness. It taken a
.u1. .tI. l..ur
:12 Noon Until l 12' Hours"A Robert Shell of J o h anon City sula Crawford and dau'ghter. about the WAC dorar I. veer vigorous, healthy nation to fight

Tertn.. and Mrs. Anthony DeMagKloj Shirley Ann Mra. W. T. Ciosby hu.I.Ilan't. wal'l!
, end win a
; of Mammonton, N. J., are and Mr. and Mm. Frank Norman WANT TO KNOW how the n r m t..-t
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new soda fountain girls at the I'!and daughter, Barbara Jean of new WAG recruiting pollcl mrlr. .1.nn4 Ire ofiklrfcarM

\., We Close All Canova ''Drug Store. I Water Oak .-x apply to yon f r0 "wait nnl*> ib- S: Iteglnlvml rhanmwUt. In

Mrs. W. B. Mundy, Sr.. of Want" to know whetheryou'if lon* a ynaptoiiiM.I .
Mr. and Mrs. d. IN. Kelly were
fi Account of' ] .... I : : ... the ", ."... (t'liarg of Our I'rnIlrpartmrnt .. ....
L. "n, S. C.. i s span di fig a f or t- L UI Laeoochee o;Sunday. qualified for a *|xvlal I.. MlMor rnMfj*.

night with her son and daughter- I Mrs. W. R. Hal llop and eon, kind of Army j 'h-uIIPIhrr I*9 t yvnr lorturttrrlrtr

We Are Forced In-law, Mr. and Mrs. W. B. j' Fred and Mini Lucille Ward )'011'" .serve with the Air, ........It.,.m mil !+

Mundy Jr. I'( were attending to business In Ground, or Service Fortsxhether --.
Business Mrs. R. L. McDowell of Jack- you could |I..> a..Hljtnsl -
I Jacksonville Tuesday. .
i sonville was a recent guest of her to the port of the country Koch's StorePhone
1! Pfc. J. L. Parrlsh of I II Drug
Camp In
parents. Mr. and Mrs. John Ug- which you enlist
, low, i I I Edward Mass., ape n t several TODAY- (jet full details at

[:WE ARE NOW SERVING GOOD Mrs. Adam Harvey spent Tues-' days with his wife, Mrs. J. 1... the nearest 11. S. Army n..- Prescription Druggists
Parrlsh and Junior
i son, recently
day In Jacksonville. I I oiullliiKNtHllon (your local
HOME COOKED Capt. and Mra. J. W. Brownleewere Mr. and Mrs. Claude Moore pct, office will ghr! you. the I

week-end guests of Mr. and returned to their home In Tampa address, ). Or write tOt: The. 53 Call St.

Mrs. Waring Wyche of Madison. I I Thursday after spending several Adjutant General Room I41.,
: REGULAR DINNERS Miss Nina Bishop, a freshman days with Mr. and Mrs W. R. Munitions. Holding, \Va"hlnl-

at Wesleyan College, Macon, Ga., Halslop and Mrs. Inez Kelly. ton, D. C. .
the week-end at home 0 0 0 0 0
spent tbe. There was a large crowd from

of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. here to attend church during the

A. Bishop here. I I I week-end at Pine Level. They

Mrs. Alice Oliver, of Jacksonville -!, wen having a fellowshlp Meet-
NAT SEZ
: Is visiting Mr and :Mrs! J. ,
E. Brown this week. Ing.A
surprise house warming wan
I believe that the majority of UK Cpl. Richard St. John of Camp
given Friday night honoring Mr,
are doing a lot of good work to Crowder, Mo., has arrived fora and Mrs. Lester Crosby In (heir

Iwo // help win the 'war, but I don't short furlough with his par. home. Those attending were: CARL JOHNSSTARKE

't think that we arc doing our best. ente. Mr. and Mrs. V. S. St John. bur and Mrs. O. l 13. Crosby, Mr.
Miss Gloria Buford and Mr. and and Mrs. W. T. Mr. and
It'. a darn shame, that while our Crosby,
Mrs.' Don Stllley, of Jacksonville Mrs. William Crosby and son,
boys are dying on the battlefield, spent Sunday here with Mr. and
Larry Hugh, Mr. and Mrs. C. C.
we at home have to be begged Mrs. R. C. Buford and Mrs.-Lelle Crosby and sons Bule and Bobby, FLORIDA PHONE 45

entreated and coaxed by the Stllley. Mrs. Arsula Crawford and daughter

.press radio and movie stars. to Miss Mary Brownlee, who Is a Shirley Ann, Mr and Mrs

buy bond.4. Taln't funny McGee.PECIAL government laboratory near- technicianIn Art. h ur ".rD""tie o f Pln e Level. I _ _,. I ##.,1 III'II II ##1 .
a hospital Knoxvllle Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Norman Mr.

Tenn., la visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Thurman Jones, and

and Mrs. H. L. nrownlee. Mrs. Walter Underhill all of Ris- I
Col. C. D. Butch and wife
ing. The honorees received,) many
and son and two daughters,. of useful gifts.WSO : i i COMPLETE LINE OF

Los Angeles!!: Calif., were guests


lOOPc. WOOLSKIRTS, and last Commander Mrs.Friday H. at L.Lot nrownlee.the Enney home and of,. wife Mr, ," MeetingA ., I I! WILSON & TOOMER FERTILIZER

meeting of the WSO was
were guests at Mr. and 'Mrs. H.Brownlee' I
held Tuesday In the USO Club,
Pastel and Plaids L. .- home Monday. Mrs.
Alva Ensey accompanied her son i I Temple & Washington Sts. In FOR ALL FARM PURPOSES
the absence of the president Mrs. ,
and daughter-in-law to New York, ,
J.'W.' Kincald because of illness '
.
$6.95 starting Tuesday.A I
glimpse of the new Gage haf.et Mrs. C. A. Knight, vice president WE DELIVER

""lIa'" will put you In the presided. .
II(I for the War II'" -.
mood for Spring. Plans were mails t

Just. ArrivedICHILDRENS Mrs. A. Z. Adkins and her 'sis Mothers' Tea and Open House DUE TO THE SHORTAGE OF LABOR
tee Mrs John Love Wllks, of Day In observance ,,of the second ,II

Jacksonville returned here yes anniversary of the building. WISH TO URGE YOU TO PLACE .
SHOESFirst terday afternoon after spending I Samuel KreUer, new associate

a week.ln Miami with Mrs. Wllks- ,director of the club, was pre-
YOUR ORDERS EARLY
daughter. sented to the members.
Steps Sizes 1 to 4
"" .A _ .... _,_ _ _ ..66 _ _oer.. '
Straps & ,Shoes .' ;; 111.if. "4 '111II1I1

To The Citizens and Voters of Bradford I II I I # .. .. ..

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'flat.--raM'..r -
$1.39

County: I 4? '
TUXEDO FEEDS :
.
NICE ASSORTMENT ,,
Words fail to express my gratitude for your .

unanimous support and nomination for election

COSTUME JEWELRY as your representative in the House of ---- FOR "4r: .

Representative, 1915 Session.
,.,
POULTRY COWS HOGS HORSES
IAT PRICES YOU CAN AFFORD' It is my desire to render services that will be

PAYtterntoerg's for the best Interest of our County and the RABBITS OR ANY OTHER STOCK

TO State of Florida, and I will appreciate your

assistance in the performance of such service.
O
Your Business Is
Appreciated -
Gratefully yours,



N. D. Wainwright, Jr.

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TabernacleBible

lovers, especially those of
iS artistic temperament have en-
joyed a treat this week In the l Ys. hhhy
; chalk talks by Fred Cowell of
Grand, Rapids, who has brought Aq 'r 7r' kwH f
messages each night since Fri
day, on the great truths of the
Bible, Illustrating his talks In a
moat artistic manner with easel
' and crayon. Other artistic talents
assist also In driving home the
k message chosen from the Word.
The eye as well as the ear gets
the message, and the great truths
contained are not forgotten. Mr
Cowell, though a layman, Is well
known in Bible: circles and his Illustrated 'This farm boy stopped bullets __ '
tracts sought and
are

work distributed la unique widely.and Is Mr.I Interesting Cowell's intended for you . .
_
} to both young and old. [
Pvt. WUhrow, Jr., and Richard
A' '., Maxwell, Army camp evangelist, Joe Martinez, Colorado farm boy, his battalion bogged aler811r x I ,

i are expected soon for one night down under withering fire from Jap positions on Attu, ;
;i only, and those who have heard
M)". Maxwell on the NB.C." net arose alone and advanced into a hail of bullets to clean :! .. .r '" "r- "

work In his former program; out trench after trench so his battalion could advance

"Songs of Cheer and Comfort", He died with his rifle at his shoulder, pumping lead /:' t,. '
will not miss this evening. .,,
Dr. William L. Pettingill of into the enemy, while his mates were able to move,up rp"' '

'' ? Wilmington, Delaware will be at behind him and successfully take the pass For this, '" / < 'r
the Tab ern a c I e February 27 ,
t Joe Marlines has been (posthumously awarded the Na s
through March 2.
'I tion's highest military honor. Let every man who was V .",.

Marriage Licenses once a farm boy himself buy an extra War Bond in w rJoey n

4 honor , .for Joe took the bullets aimed at the ,. ''t' '" " j
f, Sam Westley, Gainesville, and ?
Idella Vinson, Gainesville, Jan. 22. : heart of America! ,, ,, 1
John R. Boron, Camp Blandlng, v
and Dorothy Walters, Canton

H O. Jan. 22. LL---7-. .
51 Fred R.. Small Camp Blanding, ... ',>
and Margaret E. Thoeny, Camp I
,
Blandlng, Jan. 22. "
Victor S. Moore, Camp Blan -, --
ding, and Vivian Rose Davis, De-
Kalb Junction, N. Y., Jan. 25. .M/
Luthur S. Galloway, Camp

Starke Blanding Eugene, Jan.,' C.and 21.Jonker Melva, Camp Crosby Blan-, The 4* WAR LOAN is

opportunity
Jan.ding,,20.George and. Ruby Crawford, Starke, your

? Hugh McCormick, Camp
Blamllng, and Mary Rose Pont -
,] t \sa. Big Horn, Mon., Jan. 22.
John W. Davis, Camp Blanding, to do _about it !

Jan.and Anna 2&William Smith, Columbus, 0., something -

I J. Fowler, Camp Blan-
a i ding, and Marian Meyer, Buffalo,
J y N. Y., Jan. 29.
Clinton,, Brown Staike, and
n r ,Juanita Williams, Starke, Jan.. 3' "'s Time to Take the Offensive. Your Government has the men it needs to
You Never Get Less Than
You Lendl' And
; 30. .1'", do the job in the front lines-great all! But it doesn't have the you get t
men money it needs, by J/& more than you invest. When held 10 years, War :

i r, TIIERESSA a I long way. That's your job'! And t h.immediate task is the Fourth War Loan Bonds yield 2.9% interest compounded semi-annually.

By MU Ida Ilagan Your chance to take the offensive not only in support of the men who are righting and You get back $4 for every $3.

Miss Mary Faulkner spent the dying for and loved but also in of Cash When You Need It. If
week-end with her parents here. you your ones, support your own future! an emergency comes
Othma Sullivan of the U. S. along, your War Bonds are like money in the bank..Uncle
Navy spent the weekend with What are you going to do about a''' womout tractor, about repairing fences and Sam will redeem them in cash-at fult purchase price-
his parents, Mr. and M s. A. L.. any time after;: you've held them .
Sullivan. buildings,' about replacing depreciated machinery and equipment? Will you be ready 60 days. Don cash

t I. Mr. and Mrs. R. Lambert of with money in the bank when these things are needed? them unless you have tp. And don't hold back a single
Tacoma Park. Ind, and R. V. dollar unnecessarily from the purchase of War Bonds.

E I ... May called of home Alexandria on account, Va.,of were the You will if you take the offensive now! Put every extra dollar into U. S. War YOUR HELP IS NEEDED.

_ i, Illness of their mother, Mrs. H. ... Bonds- the best form of financial reserve ever offered you. Think! You are asked Facts About War Bonds (Series E)
The wishes
community
D.her May.a speedy recovery. to make a sound and prudent investment not a sacrifice I! You can boy War landi from your bank, po.tmo.tor mall
Mr. and Mrs. Sibley of Putnam carrier at> Production. Credit AiMtlallan. D..', ..11. O. It by
t r Hall attended church at the mall If you can't got fa lownlWE J

Christian Church Sunday. When Your Boy Comes Home
Mrs. Beck and Mrs. Thomas BOUGHT( EXTRA WAR BONOSTH t l You Lend Uncle Sam Upon Maturity You Get Bad

were Mr.visiting and Mrs Starke C. Sullivan Saturday.and Will your boy come back to a farm or ranch with no financial $18.75 37.50 $25.00 50.00

Mr. and Mrs. A, L. Sullivan reserves, no future? Or will you greet him at the gate with a bundle 75.00 100.00
were visiting at Beulah Church
Saturday.Mr. of War Savings Bonds'- for working capital 1, new machinery, better 375.00 500.00

'- W. D.. Garrett and Mrs., Grace Cochran Dlckeison., Mrs. buildings? And if your children are going to college, why not be' .cure a 750.00 1000.00

Ruth Sibley and Irene Cochran they get there by I buying:> today the Bonds h will pay the cost. For America's Future, For Your Future,,
were visiting Starke Saturday. for Your Children's Future
Mr. and In Mrs..Jacksonville J. D. Grlffls attend-spent No need, rtally, to tell an up-to-date farmer or rancher what he Invest In EXTRA War Savings Bonds
Saturday
? needs financial for. You know
than
Ing to business reserves more reasons anyone

Walter Zelgler returned to his else can enumerate for setting aside extra dollars to meet the future.
home In Oakland, Calif., Saturday This window sticler Identifies
having been called home on Now is your chance to do it . and help fight the war too! WARIOAN I i chaser of extra War Bonds during you as the the Fourth pur. .
death of his
of the
account
I 6 mother, Mrs. Z. Z. Zelgler. Go on the offensive! Buy all the Bonds you can-today! Loan. It is a badge of honor to be dis.
Mr. and Mrs A. H. Kelsay played with pride. Be the first in your neighbor.hood .
were visiting In Staike Monday.. to have one. Buy an extra War Bond today.I .


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your cough.chest cold.or acute bronchitis -
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the understanding you must like theY
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L 7tlIY. FEBRUARY 1944 BRADFORD COUNTY TKUXiRXPII. STAKKE. FIjORIDX
Iw_ ..w. SEVEN
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LA.\ STATE FARM. noons and Saturdays, so Sunday student' at F.S.W.C spent the ground each day. Eleven mem- i> i'Mini'r i'/n 11'1'' nit tiiFniuiti I IS rn1(1'tr ('nl'sir \IIFOIIII l> ..111(11'I' ('111
Is ItT. lilt \
their IIFOKIIOI
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IU only day for recreation.Welnel's week-end with her < >'r". fi.omitii IN (-111 \'I'1 .. -
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By. E. K. grandparent bers were added to the church l'EM 1. 111'-1 .. .lIIlIn1 n ( "l\- : \:.n. ri.ltllllltl IN llt'*.
were cooked on I I KHl.Willie KIIY.
an out- Mr and Mrs J. A. Bouvier. .Irs. roll.
door Clnioiiit' Perry, Ji Plaintiff, v. i I. tlHlnrei. f'lo.llIllfr. v". ..TuRII1I"I..n fheiny Secreto. Plaintiff
\' ARRIVALS fireplace and enjoyed with C. A. McRae and children who BIsHop Myrick, Seaman 1 Kllsalipth; : ferry:; ; Defendant; ", : Case; ,! Ita. Oelver Defendant., Case No. Fred Secreto. Defendant C".,. N.\H.
E. A. Bradshaw hot rolls pickles cookies and bot- had -c, No. 2U7. 2870./ JSSO.
and Mrs. been their guests' for the
( HP arrival of tled drinks. The class and Jimmy Taylor both of the OimUll: OK ITHUICATIOV: ortmeu l OF PIMILICATIOV: (\nr>BU OF prnucATioMANO :.!
{ rejoicing over the consistsof week returned home Saturday Naval Air Gunnery School Jacksonville ,\1"1'IOO'I'I'N I / Til API'KAIl' I AND! NOTICH TO API'WAIt' NJITH: TO APPKAU
.r Auehter, Tuesday, February 1, the following members: MissesMary accompanied by Miss McRae and HTATK OF Jo'I.tlltln.10. I Kll...- HTATR OF FI.onil to: Juanltn BTATK OK. FMKII to: Fred
In Jo and Lila Rae were visiting H. M Mc- beth retry DvlKer. 21 R 3t d $lv.et. Tattnall. Secreto' whiixe lealdenca In ft MraKecretu .
AlachUa County Hospital Caldwell I(l Mrs. Bouvter. Rae and family Saturday night Van are, requlreit to appear on Homea, Savannah UcorRin, il: lat, A'e.. Kingston ?"
eSville. The little lady haslyet Pauline Browning Louella Davis W. B. Grainger of Belle Glade and February SHth, 19... In the alinvennmeil You are requited to appear on New York. i
Melba: and Margaret Stringfellow Sunday. Court and cause, wherein February Slxt. 1044, In the alinve YOU ate required toFebruary appear onthe k
been named. was a visitor at the home of named. Jour .
and
Rev. and Mrs. plaintiff' neeka divorce. nradford 1'8U.Vh..rl'11I 19th. ID44 In aboveplaintiff .I
Roberta Whiitfleld< Sara Emma Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Godwin last R. C. David CountTelerraph hall pulilUh thin .. seeks divorce Itradfor.t nametl Court and cause wherein. ""
\NTILE PARALYSIS FUND Crews, Claud Johns, Leslie and week.E. son and daughter, Louise o f Order. In next four weekly lM.ueK. County Telegraph shalt I publlxh. )plaintiff seeks divorce Hradford I"f ,'
effort of M. E. Bartow and Rev and Mrs W. E. Wll neaa my hn lid and oftlelalseal I thin Order", In next four weekly County Telegraph shall publish thus
rough the Jimmie Bradley and Delbert luu.. .
D. Mobley spent the week lit Starke. Klorlda, thin Order In next four weekly IxxueaVltneHa ,i\
and B. Hershfleld quite a Crews. Hall of Hilliard spent the weekend 82nil 1044OKKHMAI January tviinexa. n>T hand and official \ my hand. and official
end with his family In Bartow. ? seal Htitrke, . .
at Florida, thin Jall,1" at Stark Florida thla January -
for the InfanI with Mr. and ( SEAL)
f-rous donation Mrs. Mrs. David A. J. Thomas uaiv 20th.. 1144OFFICIAI. tilth 144OFFICIAL .
Hamilton
Hitch of Gainesville
Aa Clerk of i :
said l Court
Fund was forwardlo Yeoman Harry Tyson and Mrs. )I < MFA1.) A. J. Thonm ( 8KAI.) A. J. Thomas
Paralysis
Tyson was a guest of Mr. and Mrs. Kelly.Mrs. J. S. Harrison Law Exchange. DlilK. '' Aa Clerk of said. Court. Aa Clerk of eali Court.
are announcing the arrivalof '
president Roosevelt. SaturA H. M. Rlcharde Wednesday. Mrs. Mamie Shaw and little Jaeksenvlll,. Florida All)'. (or I'U.// Joe", Hill Wllllamx.. Luke II'111"", T. Frank Landrum Starke, Florida "
total of $45 was given a daughter born Monday, Jan. Rlcbarde, Jane and Henry accompanied daughters Mary and Joyce, of l-t 4t 2-18 Florida Atty. for Tit. 1-11 St a-I1'' Atty, for Plf. t-il 4t S-ll
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and $5 at Jackson Memrlal HospitalIn
employees Jacksonville
elate Farm her home and SundayH. were visiting Mrs -
the Raiford Masonic Lodge. Linda Miami. She has been named M. Rlcharde and Mrs A. M. H. M. McRae Sunday afternoon. nuT.T.trur m ruuit TUMI
Yeoman
Joyce. Tyson was *
> CROSS WORKed a graduate of B.H.S.. Mrs. Tyson Rlcharde spent the day with Mra. Susie Locke 0 f Luke !

Crone workers here have was formerly Miss Susane them and all returned home to Geneva spent Saturday night with GIANT HOLCSALr

i assigned 85 yards of goodsut Musten of Miami. gether. I her daughter-in-law Mrs. Robt. PRICES

Into Kit Bags and to make Mr. and Mrs. Merritt Cauthen Mr. and Mrs. B. C. Prince of Myrlck. 6 FOOD IN RfTAIL

and these -same women who of Pompano have concluded a Tallahassee and Miss Sadie Princeof I I Mr. and Mrs. E. J. McRae of ) CENTERS J V STORES I I

do this work are working on visit of several days with Mr. Jacksonville were guests of Waldo were visiting relatives here S'Tf

lilt which will be raffled and and Mrs. C. M. Roberts. Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Moncrief. Sunday afternoon.

derived therefrom willjsed Richard Woodward has The latter has remained here for Miss Luc lie Bowel's and Miss
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funds gone Quantity Rights R...rr.d
for the financial actlvi- to Auburndale where he has accepted an Indefinite period. I I Gayle Geiger of Hilliard spent full Month'

of the Community Club. a position with the Seaboard Mrs. J. B. Treadwell and Mrs. Friday night with Miss Gwendo- Supply Prices Good Through Saturday February 5 ,

Railway. i J. M. Bradley returned Monday lyn McRae. lea Tablet S9C I
Land O' Sunshine
vss surras" Mrs. J. M. Hembree Is visitingher from their sad mission at Mount Ardella and Ralph Hall of

he Young Peoples' Clan of mother. Mrs.' J. E. Williams) Dora. Jacksonville are visiting their Gr A Lg. Iowa Shipped Pancake Flour t''t I,

Community Sunday School at Wewahltchka. Mrs. Joe Wells and Mrs. Ray grandparents Mr. and Mrs. H. Eggs with out- Waters of DeLand M. McRae.
e entertained an Mr. and Mrs. B. .Hershfleld were week-end

r supper Sunday afternoon, byr have received the ,flews that their I guests of Mr., and Mrs. C. M. Mr. and Mm. Henry Hall. Mrs. Super BrandMargarine Save th* couponi r

teacher? Mrs. Bryan.Whit- eldest son Is now In the Quartermaster Roberts and Miss Joyce RobertaIs Nell Clements and A. F. Hall

I I. at the home of Mrs. J. G. Dept., at Camp Lee. their guest for the week. were visitors here Sunday after it 17c Ballard's Flour S-Ibs 32c

!Iwell. The boys of the class Va. Col. and Mrs. Clifford Blitch noon.We! i

nd school and work after- (I Miss Betty McRae now a and children Michael Patricia are sorry to report, the illness I Cross Cut Shoulder. JI>. 2Sc Sirloin", Pinbon", ", Stark Ib. 39a .
and Elizabeth Ann breezed In of Mrs. R. M. Crosby and : Fancy Spring Lamb Palti.. ._ II>. 32c Lovelt's Tenderay Club =teak lb. 41e. T-gea.42c", .

for a brief visit with some of us hope she will soon be well again. I Sliced Lamb Lire lb. 29e Blade Chuck Boast_Ib. 27a
WEB,CAN USE MORE PULPWOOD old-timers here last Friday. Col. Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Lewis Lamb Mealy Rib Chop r. II>. 39e Beei Stow Cut Plalo _lb. HoFtoah

were visiting their son-in-law Bra.t St.w ____ I'". lie Hamburaor ___I'". 2Sa I
Blitch and
K WRITE TIMBER DEPARTMENT has just been on Maneuvers
at Needles Calif., and Is daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Bishop Grad. B Headless OceanShrimp
CORPORATION OF AMERICA PIG PORK .
CONTAINER now spending a furlough in Tallahassee Thorruit, at Brooker recently. ._ _ Rindl*. SlicedBACON Ib 25c
v"' U. FERNANDINA FLA. with his family who will Remember the services at Pine .J

remain there with" Mra. BlItch's Level Church this week-end. Sun Meaty : Headless PanWhiting I

mother, Mrs. T. S. Williams day School at 11 o'clock. Everyone Shoalderalb21c Ib 15c '

when in the near future, Col. urged to attend. Fresh Ib 3 3c Fresh Fla.Mallet.

Blitch goea overseas. DaIb 27c B
Ib 13c '
'roiript Service Careful. Drivers We regret to note that Mrs.J. Not everybody with a dolls ..'- Grade A

U Williams and Miss Lorene to spare can sbeot a gua Trash Cut Florida SpanishSides

Moncrief are quite seriously 111 t straight-but everybody can Ib 18c Ib 35c MadcorellbZJe

tarke Taxi ServicePhone and will be confined to their beds boot straight to be bank and Fresh ModeSausage Ft aid. FlikRoe ,

for sometime Mrs. Madge Boz- buy War Bands. Bar year Ib 29c Western Whlto Place Smoked Ib 55c

arth Is suffering an attack of 10% every par day. Pork Bacon Ib 21c Bacon Ib 27c Florid


150 flu.J.. W. Woodward has returned 1%coivn.ClllCllr Fi.omuit('Ol'IIT. Illl i*"l(>K IIA'olln>. Brains Ib 19c Skinned Whole or Half BlnoIUh .Ib 25c B i

from a trip to New York, attending CFH1.: 4 Sliced Pork
Hreter( ln<>. Otlenian, T'ljilnllff. v". Hams Ib 34C Best Slices Ib 49c Fla. Speckle
to business for the state. Woodrow< W. I'olrnmn. 1..f.I""t Liver Ib 21c 'Trout Ib 30c
>ay Night Mrs. H. S. McPherson Supt.of . Case /No.: 28110 t
OUIHOU PrillK'ATIO.V Pig PorkHeads Pork Ears or For Boiling-Bacon Ha. BuckShad
the Girls Industrial school In ;
AM!> NOT B Til .
Ai'l'IJtlt Ib 14c Feet Ib 12c Skins Ib lOc Ib I,
Ocala was a guest of Mr. and STATK OK I'lAHtlMA: Wnnd. 19c
M1r,. Robt. J. Kite row W. O'olemaiiIIUH. rrs.ldanre l l Fresh CutChops Sliced, Dried
Thursday. IK 131.sharp: St.? Inl.iValen.. Florlda. Wiloon'i Salt .

.YOU. are' require to appear on Ib 29c Beef4lb 19c D.V2t,4.ozorZJe: Mullet Ib 19c J.

PINE LEVEL Keoiuary Zftih., 1141. In the above Pork Backbone
DRY CLEANING & TAILORINGQuick named Court Beol Ha. Whol.
and CIIIIHV, wherein
By Mrs. II. H- McRaa ,plaintiff aeeka dlvuire. TJradtorft Klngan. Gr. Bag Pork niblets Ib 7c Hearts Ib 19c Whiting Ib 12 V/ c
County Telegraph,
shall publish Ib
Sausage 35c
Service High Quality Work Those who spent the week-end this Older, In next. four weekly In* Fry In Deep Fat- Fresh PotkKnuckles Butterfly
with H. M. McRae and family MuertWillie Grade A Swiss
my liiuul and nffli'lu.1. Tripe IbWilion 15c Ib 16c Fillets Ib 35c
were: Mrs. H. R. Partin Mrs seal at Stark. Florida, this January Cheese Ib 63c
H. M. Partin. Mrs. J. L. Sweat, 2ft h., I9U. Bacon Sliced BeetLiver
NEW METHOD CLEANERS (OFFICIAL mo A[.) A. 1. ThoninM Kingan'i Tattl-Cream Taaat Shipped DrawadTurkeys .
Mrs. F. A. Meader, Mrs. E. G. An clerk c.r imld Court" Strips Ib 32c Ib 35c
Hey and Miss Wanda Lee Par- T. Frank, I Hiidruin" Stark' Plorlfla Lard 2-lb 43c Ib 53c
Mr. and Mrs. E. O. Edwards Proprietors Atty. for IMf. 1-88 4t 2-U
tin all of Orlando and Mrs A. C. Star PursLard 2% to 3H ''b StewingCh1ck41sss
!> <.uu..r (' ,.. Neck Bones l.an 'Hly. 2 Ilia 15c
HICKS of Mulberry.The 01 mi \1I"'OIlU Ib lOc
PHONE 135 315 TEMPLE' AVE. Ib 39c
( (
uvri. 1.011 II> i> ( iiKIM. %%- ,
Fellowship Meeting at Pine <' '.
STARKE FLORIDA Level Church last week-end was Thelinu Jean TjewlM 'I'll 11""tll. 1'lnln-. Post Toastles or Kellogg's No Points I Billow Brand t
tirr. VB U.I l W. Talluian lierendant
well attended with dinner on the ,_u t'Bxe OF N... I'l'HI.ICTIOV 2R15OIiriKIl Corn Flakes box 41/2c Flaked Fish 15.0 can 29c

ANT NOTH-IO TO AI'I'KUt
HTATI3' OK FI.OItll. lu,: llonutd, p
tv. Talliimn, whore reHlilviu.. . la All Soape While They Last
Hij (' 6111 h I'lv.'all'I' ItiililiiHon I ,
_, Say JAX Ark; .
w.sruarr ,
You
are rciiulrml to appear on RICER
( Fel.rnnry 2Ht h., 1144.! In U... al.ovennnied I / 010.15 .
You ttlll'tJuy Court iind '...11.... herein' 1p
"plitlntirr weekM divorce. and I .MaideniNanm
betterbeetatanyctice /; restored. Hradronl' County
Telegraph chilli put.hnh IhlN Older
In next fourvreklr IMHIIHH.Wlrnenii .
my hum, and nfriHiilveal 2 sm 9c
at Stark., I Flirrlda. Ihln Jan- Fancy
; uarv 281 h., 11M4.
IOF'FI'IAI. HliAr.: ) A. J. ThoinimAn "
Clerk of paid l'"u'l. Blue 433c ,
T. Fr.ink' I.mull'urn., $inrke, 1""u'lIl.
Atty. for J'lf. I-H 4t 2-IN Rose

i\ HIM ('i"i-'fiT"r u 1'11'1' 4 ii"
PI.OIIIIIV KKiliril: .I 1)1111.lll'11'I' IVORY SO 4
I'/ 1A1) foil "I.\. Whit. CornMeal Champion Mixed Dill
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tllt\ "'OI\7'1'.1\ >( |;.llt.
KX IMKTK:: 5 'ibs 19c Pickles Qt 23cNo
HAItTOX !101.! TIHIAKIIKH: Mediunr (c
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1 Notice In hereby illvt-n that No Points! Citrus Points) StandardMarmalade21b29c
Vera Me. ThrBKliHU. ax curator of
the", Estate", of Hal-toil K. T Thrasher Honey 2*-lb jar 43
will apply before the Honorable
John A. H. !Minphree. Judwe of Bulk Dried Honey Brand PartyPrunes
the Circuit Conit, of the. KlKhth'
Judicial Circuit of Florida, for 2 ibs 25c Loaf 12-oz can 35c
THE. DRINK OF FRIENDSHIP I perinlMNion, to nell at prlvatH. sale|
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the following deHrrlbed hind lying southern Biscuit Land O' Sunshine
and being In Brad lor d County,
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Florida to-wlt: Large 23C Flour 20-lbs 77cLovett'a Flour 20-ibs 85c
Lot One < l O. trllit.Twn (2)) Indian

plat reroided Heath HllhdliMloll In. Plat Hook UN two pet Enriched While Del Monte Vac Packed

FOR 30 YEARS ltcordf t2l's.Ie of :IH.I Bradford.of lh. County I'lihlli -"TIE IE. Bread 16-0=: 8c Coffee !h.lb can 19cGlu.un.

Florida.The . .
Kuld. application" to 1 lit made", su
at the hour of 10:OO o'clock A, M. CITRUS ByOranges The POUND!
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or an noon thereafter ax council
may..he heard on February 201h. Irlirt Sm 9'/2C Florida Grapefruit or
A I>. I 1911.
Vera Me Thrasher. Lge 23c ib 5c
A. rnrator for the f.I'

All OUTSTANDING\ 't'cVt4Z PRODUCT 1-ZJ 4t Kutatc alnnci of FVtrm 10:. Thrasher. Te...


Iv 'IT roiiiT.OIST1. -. 011 \1'10'0111' Carrots: 2 bchs 19c
(' Pl.Ollllltl lK.nr \ Lllt\-
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Sidney James.. Marteftclil. . Plaintiff.. 1 RINSe n.wnorldaPo'alou- ,
vii. Evelyn: Tlll-tt llartufleld. I. Defendant -

'Way back In. 1914-30 years which was converteJ into JAX OKDEIt. ('as.OK No PI'UI.H'ATIOV lUll ,.\ IOULM uses Red Bliss 5 lbd 27c

s ago-JAX Beer made its bow to near beer. Thus our experiencethe ANI NOTK'K TO APPKAIt .. >
VASHXSLOTHIS Med 9
STATE OK FJX1HIDA to: Kvelyn /2c
beer drinkers of Florida. hasbeen continuous which is Tlllett tlartufleld. whose' retddencaIK . : Fresh FloridaBROCCOLI Florida
one of the many reasons why P. O. Max tai) lIaaheth City, f AHKUNOWrllTt
23c
JAX was a fine beer then- North Carolina.! Lge Tyt Ib bch 21c CAULIFLOWER Ib lOcaWEETa1CARr
ranks the smoothest
made by men who had learned JAX among You me required to appear on Idaho BakingPOTATOES Crisp FloridaCELERY
mellowest most delightful of February 2l.t. 1044. In the shove '
their art in great breweries of the named"' Court and cause, wherein SOAP Ib 5c stalk lOc
beer ,
divorce. Tlradford
plaintiff tievkii
United States and in Europe. County Teleirraph. e h "II I publish '. Fla. Green Canadian
Try JAX today! You'll en- thla Order In next four weekly
JAX is an even finer beer to- Friend lavueii. 3 cakes CABBAGE Ib 4c RUTABAGAS Ib 4l/Zc

day-became those same men are ioythisfamou.Drinkof hip, this rich golden brew eat Wltnewii at Hlarke my, liand Florida and, thin official Janitor . It

atill making with the Increased f r Mfh 1441OFFI"IAii. 18c DerlleiHam
beloved by discriminating i ( i. HiAI.) A. J. ThomaaAa ,
kill that Comes from uninterruletffxprrirnce for 30 clerk of aald. Court.It .
Floridian
and with improved materials yean. II Duncan J..ckm>nvllle, Florida w' 15c
Alt?. for Plf. 1-JI 4t J-II
this
And remember _
and scientific equipmentnot
available in 1914. about JAX-always. When IV CIRfflT ('In RT. Bl, \I>KOHICOI CRISCO.
STY "1.oKln1 1 ('II\%- ,

Notice that we said uninterrupted you order JAX you can \ fFu1. Plaintiff t v.. Sauer'
be that you're ordering Paul J. \Vrl.ht. 1-lb 24C
.. Only a few sure Louisa Lamb Wright I liefvndant.ANH .
,.fI'flncfI.
tJrrr
drink that'sBut .! Case No. IU7nHnEIl VANILLA
I American breweries can say this I 4y7 +'p P".Irn" 3-lbs 68c If
We proudly:
top* tay NOTtr-rS TO APPKAK
of JAX never
the brewing ..
"Youcan'tbuybet- STATE OK KUHtlDA to; Louise
ceased, even during: Lamb WrUht, whnre re.ldenr l lni I. t '
.*("-. -Iy Prohibition year for ter beer no matter e Meridian Street, Hunt.vllle, No. 2 12C

: ''' rSI then we made real JAX what you pay 1" y\,-s - Ale.You han111.are rerittlre to appear. on .. r E

Jf .. FR.,( March 'th-. K4I. In the above. named use DEHYDRATEDWIFTTDOG
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Court and cause wherein plaintiff
r .eek. divorce. Bradford County J-Ibs f 0
Telegraph shall publlxh. thla OrderIn 5 >
ryOAI.VMts.ute neat four weekly HXII.. pry
: Wltnexa my hand and ntflrlalseal S AC KERSr y trot CATS tool
at Htarke. Florida. this January 68c: <
BREWING COMPANY'" 17th.. I.... 9
JAX '
A. 1. THOSIAS.
ir"9 "U''" tU<< JACKSONVillE FLORIDA Aa Clerk of .ald CourtOPFICfAl* PRAM Mb Package 17C nge FLAVOR SAVI* lOc '

Knlcht Knight ntarke. Florida
Atty tor Plf. 1.21 41 J-ll i ii i

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of the show the named Court and cause wherein seal at Starke, Floi, .. 7ruarv
highlight was I If''
Circus Held Over as follows: WAC Caravan And Movie Create Interest plaintiff seeks. divorce. Bradford, I 2nd., IIIH, """< 1 1OFFICIAL
Lawtey. City Hall Wednesday, I performance of a true artist Pvt. County Telegraph shah publlxh 1.I ( S4EA' 1.) \ .

At Blanding; Feb. 16, 9 to 11 a. m. On Recruiting Trip To Starke Friday i Alex MIcucci, who "brought down tMBUPrt.WltnexH this Order. In next four wetkl/ ,I I An 1'':. Clerk K. ferryman.of Maid Cuun:H- ,,'i 'I"b",

Theresxa, old post office site I the house" with his breathtaking my baud and offlrlnl I Atty. for Plf. I :I",
Civilians Invited Information enlistment In associated with In the WAC, Sgt. I ,
Wednesday, Feb. 18, 2 to 3 p. m. on "maneuvers" on an accorion. Heal at Ktarkv. Florida, thin Februmy -
for O'Brien "All kinds of 2nd., 1944.COFKIl'IAL .
the Women's Army Corps replied
Hampton Saxon's 'Store, Wed. Others earning enthusiastic applause 1'11-\' (.) A. J. Thomas 1\o'rus'i'o <(< 1":1)11| ,
of Blandlng nil
The gates! Camp the from all of the All ve'aon" *
specific assignment to Army women parts AH rieik of said Court. I ha\hik
Feb. 16 3:30 to 5 m. were Pvt. Bob Harrell witha '
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,
p. detnanilH , "IFlorence
will be open wide to civilians Air Forces was given out to a country, but all fine American I'':. K. Ferryman, Slurhe, florid. ngnliiBl.:. 'h i ."
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office Thurs., tap routine he used when appearing Atty. for Plf. 2-4 4t 2-25: Canova i I. .
Graham ..
post "
this week-end as Col.! Walter E. number of young women here Friday women with the common pur- hereby notified mid, , .
Martin
Feb. 17. 9 to 10 a. m. the of Vic recently with Mary file their claims i In, t\\,, .,".!.
Smltrt. camp commander, Issuesa of last week from a trailer poseof hastening daj In "Best Foot Forward", and IN ('lnCTI1' C'OI'II'I'. IIIIAI)V' <>HIfOI > the 4'ounty Judge ..> >1'0'
Brooker. post office, Thurs., In frontof %TV. FI.OII1I1\I l\ Florida , '
Street ,
cordial invitation to the publicto parked on Walnut tory" Cpl. Jack Wells for his authentic : t.'IIU-1 County In th. '
Feb. 17 10:30 to 12 noon. hereelf f KHV. at Htarke. Florida. ? ", 'fci I
: O'Brien wo
Nova
attend the "Star SpangledCircus" the Post Office. Sgt. impersonations of cele b r 11 i e's J. 1..:, Shears. Plaintiff, Y... Maud ,. calendar monha from, II.i '
which will continue Its New River, pout office, Thurs., The trailer. In charge of Lt. feel ,la an example of tha high which Included, of course President $pears .Defendant. Cnne No. 21)14.OHDEIt the tint publication .., i h ,'"t>
: ''
Pt'rrLU'ATION ,
OK
Feb. 17 3 to 4 p. m. June Mlnogue of Orovllle, Calif., type of American woman now APPKAH or the name will he.,, '''Id'fD..IIIR'
run at Blanding through Sunday. Roosevelt.Pvt. AND NOTIC'K TO to '"WTllls '
The Assessor's office In the was an Air Wac Caravan from serving America in the WAC. A I STATE OF FLORiDA to: 4I \udHpeam .: "'"4',

All civilians who wish to attend courthouse will be cloned on the Maxwell FIeld Ala. It Is makIng sportswear designer for th. Lorch Micky Masters, obviouslya hone residence !. Unknown PA ITT, ii:. CANOSA:.
the will be admitted club entertainer ,
performance two days, Feb. 16 and 17. a tour of the Southeastern Mfg. Co. of Dallas Texas before veteran night You are required to appear on FI-ORKNCK EUNICE C. Kl.YW".

to the camp without special states In the Interest of the en- the war, she also was a teacherof acted as a convincing Master of Mnich 6th., 1944, In the above A. Executor and Executris KIDD, .,
to a state Ceremonies for the show. His named Court and cause wherein
according; Last Will and
passes Temament
Drive lutment of women from 20 to 49 designing and pattern making plaintiff seeks.. divorce. Bradford ence E. Canova, .t ',1 I'
by the .Salvage renditions of "Chloe" and "Ole deceaned
ment jsaued yesterday
years of age without dependents at the Dallas Evening School. Sgt. County Telegraph Khali publish 2-4 |4t 2-23-
relations'office at Camp Man River" this Order In next four weekly
were
public pratlcularly _
Makes HeadwayIn
as Air Wacs.AR81stlng O'Brien traveled ext enslvely in issues.Witness.
Headquarters. M. P.'s at the! work making pleasing to a most. appreciative hand and official MVTU-H TO APPKti
Lt. Minogue In tbe connection with her my :
gates have been Instructed to admit County SchoolsThe audience. seal I at Mtarke, Florida' thin February THR' STATE OF FLOKUl.v) TO,'J
civilians who wish to attend recruiting drive was Sgt. Nova periodic trips to New York 2nd., 1944. .HALHKOOK:
County Salvage Committee O'Brien. who la on regular recruiting Los Angeles and Palm Springs (OFFICIAL SEAL) A, J. Thomas You are notified that land r
the circus, it was said. NEW FIRE TRUCK AH Clerk of said Court. Bernard Cohen have ruT.,1
duty each Friday at the to note fashion forecasts for: coming -
Stance Florida,
reports encouraging results from H. K. Perryman worn petition for the vlniui..
Assessor Hayes Post Office between the hours seasons. MAKES INITIAL RUN Atty. for Pit. 2-4 4t 2-25 I.eo Merrll Halbrook, a mln"1
that has Just been com "
drive
the of 12 noon and 6 P. M. And being ever ready to accept the Circuit Court of |lit"
AnnouncesAnnual (Continued from one) Florida, In ,
page County ( Than
<
pleted in all county schools. iv nnrriT roi'nr, nnt>F" oiinrorTY. cry,
The Caravan left late Friday the new. especially In Fash- Fi.oniuti IM: CHA'H-, No. 27901 an| you are minmi" ,
'Rounds'Tax Brooker school students gathered for' other points In Florida and ton Sgt. O'Brien decided along 500 gal. per minute capacity as (1':11 r. to be and appear In mild <-??-
cause on March 8, 1H4! ,,,
9,000 pounds of scrap Iron Georgia. with her daughter that to be In compared with the 750 gal. rotary Ethel Pell. Plaintiff, vs. Herman how cause why said p,..
Assessor E. W. Hayes of tin According to Sgt. O'Brien who uniform would be the !smallest gear type pump with which Bell, Defendant. Cane No. 2013. should not be grunted nrvi
cansand
and a considerable lot
ORDER OF PfRLICATIOVAND County Telegraph U d8lgn J
again reminded Smaller amounts was Interviewed on the stage of thing to do. the older truck Is equipped.Fire NOTICE TO APPHAH the newspaper In which thu'

that they should property-ownera'i waste paper. the Florida Theatre Friday evenIng That daughter. Pfc. Barbara department officials from STATE OF FLORIDA to: Herman tlce ahall be duly publlxhvd
returns and at schools In Dell whose residence Is I'nknown. Witness my hand and th,
put
were picked up following a showing of the O'Brien a former art major at
Gainesville demonstrated the You are required to appear on i>f said Circuit Court at M'-i
for homestead exemption before Graham. Hampton and Starke technicolor short "W omen at Southern Methodist University, Is use of the new type pump to Marrh 8th., 1944, In the ahov.naned Bradford County Florida ihii

April 1.According. At these places a total of 610 War", women now have the privilege now serving-with the Army ,. Vlr Starke fire fighters Wednesday.Chief Court seeks. and divorce cause and, wh..r..ln1)lalntlff Maiden uary 28th, 1944. A. 1. Tile,

to law. if a person pounds of scrap Iron. 110 poundsof of choosing their branch of Forces at Wing Headquarters. Buford has also called a Name restored Flrndford CountyTel..raph Clerk of said Circuit ('Ob'Knl"ht

falls to come to the Tax Asues- tin cans and several old tires service whether It be Army Air Marauder Base, some where in practice for Friday afternoon at I 3 next four shall weekly puhllnh iHHuea.this OrderIn tltlonerit& Knight.(OFFICIAL Attvt. lu.m,,

sor's office and make out his tax Forces Army Ground Forces or England. -%. o'clock and requests that all volunteers Witness my hand and official 2-4 4t 2-25

returns on personal property the were collected. The other'schoolswill Army Service Forces. She has opportunity to spend be present to familiarize

Assessor must estimate i It end be visited within a few days. This news should affect a number leisure hours there her mother themselves with the new equip-

then add 10 percent to the Arrangements have been made of service wives Sgt. O'Brien said, visiting such historic spotsas ment if possible. WONDER Novelties

amount of tax an a penalty. Like- by the Salvage Committee to pick believes, who might enlist If they Buckingham Pal ace Eiffel Purchase price of the truck Is

wise. If he fails to come In and up the scrap of all kinds where were assured of being placed In Tower and Big Ben and has beena part of an appropriation made in GIFT FLORIDA Souvenirs

make his request for homestead enough can be gotten togetherand the; same branch of service-per- I guest of several of England'sfine 1942 at the time the station was

exemption this property Is required placed where It can be load- haps even on the same post as old families at tea and for erected but delivery of the truck SHOP '* :i Gifts

to be assessed like any ed on trucks. Anyone having any their husbands.Not week-ends having spent a recentone has been dtiayed, because of war-

other property Mr.; Hayes said of these! salvage Items should only that Sgt. O'Brien explained at Craeton by the Sea. time priorities. 25cto $10

In order to make It easy for notify L. T Dyer. county agent but being a WAC does When Barbara finishes her important II

taxpayers to nee him, Mr. Hayes or some other member of the not Interfere with any benefits work at Wing Head- "Now Chief Buford declared 231 E. Call St.
yesterday "I feel that we can
this week announced that he Committee BO that collection can that a moman may enjoy as a quarters she often occupies spare ,
would make his annual rounds be made The City truck will soldier's wife. That Is, she will moments painting emblems and safely say that we are well equipped -

waste and tin cans still be entitled to compensation.Asked to cope with any fire that
pick up paper fancy names on the pilot's bomb- FUNERAL DIRECTOR
POLITICAL under
conditions
ordinary ,
Saturday. about the newest branchof *, might
ANNOUNCEMENT every the Women's Army Corps the ers. come to Starke". My Many Years Experience Makes It Possible for Me to Ren
Three organizations of young Sgt.: O'Brien also has a son on
EFFICIENT, PROMPT and COURTEOUS SERVICE
Air WAC Sgt. O'Brien said. According to Chief Buford the
VOl' -0-NTY C'O""It"IO'll.n! people in' the county Boy Scouts duty with the Army Air Forces
r hereby announce my candidacy "Women who enlist as AirWacs ' department ana wered 38 runs MODERATE PRICES-

for County ('ommlNiiloner from Ol*- Girl Scouts, and 4-H Clubs are are sent to one of the regular abroad. ,\ tIn during the past year. Eleven DeWITT C. JONES
trlct No.2. subJect to the will Hr '
the emmratlc voter In hi prl competing In the collection of WAC centers for basic training, fact In serving their countryto firemen were lost. to the armed Starke Florida

mary el..eUnn.fay l 2. If eleftei these mat rla:8. and suitable but upon completion of this phaseof the exclusion of all personal forces In that time the Chief:
I prom I"" to help ailmlnlMer the 0.-
affairs of the entire county In inhnnext award> will be made for their efforts the work they are transferred Interests the O'Briens are prov- declared and he has been kept
.
fair and Hriuare, manner to These organizations will directly to an Army Air Field or ing again that "history repeatsitself" busy making replacements. .).-----------------.-----
the beat of my ability. Your vote
and active support will lie greatly receive the benefit of the sale of Bas, where they will receive "on for Sgt. O'Brien's grand- The following volunteers are TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN
father Col. J. C. Slaughter :
appreciated. job" was
the material above expenses.EVERY the training. listed with the department at this
-F!. I. Prawfonl.
who distinguished himself while
Continuing she declared, "Thereare time: Chas. Darby, Billy Jackson I will be located at Ilolllngitworth Novelty Shop on So
under Robert E. Lee In
fighting
86 different the
Jobs Air Billy Colson Bobby Turner Walnut St., III Starke from Feb. 1 to and Including Feb. :II
BRANCH OF Wacs can fill such as Link trainer the War Between the States. Ken
George Adolph Gay, Car
to advise and 118..I..t with filing Income Tax Returns and I
Instructors control tower operators Sgt. O'Brien will be happy to Ritch Warren Winkler William
that rach Individual will have
assure you return my careful
aircraft armorers and answer questions or discuss any Thompson, Bryan Harrell Bobby
of service In the Women's consideration, and will be fairly complied for the! pro
mechanics, librarians' stock phase Biggs Bobby McRae Delbert

clerks, hospital technicians and Army Corps with any young Thornton, Charles Parker and A. tection of the taxpayer! end the Treasury of the I'nrftfd

-n.1 trance office workers of all kinds." woman or her parents at the Post J. Wilkinson. State please lint all Incomeand all expenses. A one dollar

Asked what type of woman an Office here any Friday afternoon error In deduction, could cost you from $2 to $1000.

applicant might expect to be .

I i NOTICE H. O. BROWN
C
BHS Have Week I In accordance with Section 18. _._ _..
Unusually
H C. WALL Cagers Busy ; Chapter 1, Compiled General Laws; ---- ------------

Will Meet Hawthorne Saturday Night of Florida Acts of 1930, I will be

at the following named places, on
Agency Completing a Very busy weekof made 12 for the visitors. the days and dates stated hereinfor

basketball. D.H.S. will meet The game with the 205th Bat- the purpose of receiving Tax ---BUY WAR BONDS.

Constant Service Over 50 Years a powerful H a wthorne quintet talion proved the advantage of Returns also applications for

tomorrow night at 8 o'clock in several years experience playing Homestead Exemption.

the local gym. In a previous en- ball. The game at halftime look-
Lawtey City Hall.
Wednesday,
the Bradford ed with the BHS I STARKE .
counter boy barely fairly even boys
Please Phone 146CLASSIFIED Feb. 16th from 9 to 11 A. M.Theresea .
eked out a 20-17 win over the on top by ,the score of 1412. I
Post Offlcce, Wed
Alachua Countlans. Opening the, third quarter withan nesday Feb. 16th from 2
to 3
Gaining much needed practiceand excellent exhibition of passing, P. M. ONE NIGHT ONLY WED.J

experience during the last the Blanding boys literally got

ADS two weeks by taking on the 204th "hot" and scored 30 points In a Hampton. Saxon's Store. Wednesday .

and 205th Battalions from Camp scoring spree that found the local Feb. 16th, from 3:30: to 'SHOW GROUNDS FEB.

Bland Ing, Coach Hobbs' boys will boys trailing, 28-42 at the end 5P.M., -
WANTED PERMANENT WAVE S9c! 1>O Graham. Post Office Madison & -
probably show basketball fans a of the game.. Thursday, Westmoreland

aJNtlng on apartments, hounea .r [, your Charm-Kurl own Kit.Permanent with much faster brand of ball. The As Coach Hobbs pointed out Feb. 17th from 9 to 10 A. M. Streets

home for rent located within 20 Complete game played last Thursday games played against such strong Brooker Post Office Thursday,
equipment Including 40 curlers
mile of Starke against the 204th from Standing outfits as the Blanding teams Feb. 17th from 10:30: to 12 A. M
and shampoo. Easy to do, absolutely -
u. 119 Kant Call Street proved to be a "Stem winder" was valuable experience for his New River Post Office Thursday -

, W. T. CLUTE. Realtor thousands harmless.Including Praised Fay Mc-by with both teams fairly evenly boys, and a game or two lost to Feb. 17th from 3 to 4 P..t. C. T. Morton PresentsThe

matched. Starke led at the end such teams was offset by the The Assessors! office at the
Kenzle
glamorous movie star.
PUBLIC ACCOUNTANT-Tax re- of the first quarter by a score ability of the BHS boys to handle Court House will be closed the
Money refunded If not satisfied
turn prepared assistance with KOCH DRUG STOKK of 9-8 then dropped two as the teams In their own class much above two days but all other Charles Collier Original

small accounts. Open evenings I 204th led 18-17 at half-time At easier than. at the first of the work days to April 1, you will

6 to 10. Upstairs over Stern- IF YOU WOULD BUY OR SELL, the third quarter period both season. find me In the office to assist

beric'a. Box 269 Starke. milk cows stock cows, beef cat- teams. had 27 points with McRae Gomes scheduled for next week you in any way that I can.

1283tp. tle, stock bulls or hogs get In battling it out with soldier Huff- Include a return match with the Respt., E. W Hayes,
man for high scoring honors. The Branford High boys at the local SILAS
WHY WAlT7-PI ce your orders. touch with J. D. OUom. Jr.. Tax Assessor. GREEN
now for your chicks. We have Box 247 Starke; Box 204 Lake game finally ended 34-33 with the Armory Wednesday February 9, 2-4-21-2-11
481 boys from BlandIng on top. Bob- and Friday night the locals jour-
City; Telephone Lake
City.
them T u e a J a New
y.
every IN '
(
by McRae scored 19 points for ney to Jacksonville to meet the 'IRTIT ( 01 Hi'r1 BKAItFOKI
Hampshire Reds und White Auction market every Tuesday :g.: : I"LORUJ." '. .* (''U.U,
the local while Huffman
boys, Bolles
Lake City 2:34: Thursday quintet. t mWilliam
Leghorns. from R.O.P.. roontvrs.. ; every H ,
------- Richardson, Plaintiff
All chick. guaranteed from. Palatka 2 P M. 1-6-44 "' Elva RIchardson. Defendant:

hens tested! for poltorum and .FOR SALK Saanen milk goat Brilliant Birthday Ball Climaxes Drive Clse OltDEIl, OF PUF"I.If'ATIO: FROM
approved. Also fryers. at cell AND NOTICR TO

ing price WASDIN'S HATCHERY 2'i' years old, freshen soon, For Funds To Fight Infantile ParalysisThe .,,..?..JJJ. ?_OF.....L,,_FLORIDA___ __ .APPEAR, to: Elva
3 * urMiii, os.
gave qts. milk dally with rvKiaenc. Ia 811
3 ml. north of Wnldo. .
2-. Gtp first babies; 1 Toggenburg and President's Birthday Ball those who assisted with refreshments city, UtahS"r"t. We"' Salt wk.

: _ _ _ _ Saanen! with first baby a doe; climax in the annual drive for They were Miss Louise You are required to appear on

FOR SALE 4&0 chick brooder 1 Nubian, 9 mo. old; 1 one-hal funds with which to combat Infantile Snyder. Mrs.. Frank Wilson. Mrs. March 8th., .U.and., In the above NEW ORLEAN

with Oil Burner. W. P. Jones French Alpine doe f r e shen Paralysis, was staged In Joe Wllson/'tMrs. Y_. W. Koch pl 2TeMCouri!.W" .. divorce cause and- wherein Support

1-4 mile West Of State Fur- soon. All for J5O or sell sepa the Temple Street USO Club Fri Mrs. A. F Sauls and Mrs. Ber- of graph Child.shall Bradford publish this County Tele-

mer's Market. Up rately.-L. B. Jordan Rt. 2, day evening of last week with tha Pearce. next four weekly l isu... Order In,
Box 304 Fred Guy piloting arrangementsfor WItness ?iy hand and official
near 48. Pfc. Bernard
Highway Howard and his seat.
i. LOST -2 raton) book In name 2-4 the event which was one of ru3ry at tad Clarke. 1944. Florida this Feb-
2tp orchestra from Camp ALWAYS A 'GOOD SHI
o( Alllo M-Lumpkln and Harry the most colorful and successfulof Blandlng A J. Thomaa, CLEAN
), Lumpkln.. Finder please notify FOR SALK:-5 piece chroniun this aeaaon.! The campaign played for dancing In the USO A "'Clerk. of said! ('ort .

O. r; Wadsworth. Hampton breakfast set and large wardrobe closed Monday. auditorium which was convertedfor Knight. Knight. OFFICIAL Starke, Florida SEA.),

Fla It containing drawer space the evening Into a festively Attjr for Plf. 1-. ,4 t I-U
; After a check with Miss Fran-

FOR SALE, yellow-centered nar- Call anytime after later 5 P.Firat M, Friday F. H. A.or ces Peek, chairman In charge of small decorated table ballroom and chairs around were which placed -, IN eocsyy'IRrlriT FLORID'rOl'RT, DR I'll,orORO'H.\je!\ NEVER SO

cl- nl. 20c per. doz. Mrs J, H. house beyond Green's ticket sales yesterday Mr. Guy caberet style. 'RRY. GOOD AS NOW
Grocery Wilbur 1
H. I>elp. Plaintiff
Fields. ftp reported a net profit of $265.70 vs. Ar.
Walnut St. The President's picture occupied line Dilp: Defendant. c'aa. No.
from the Ball alone. In additionto UIG
FOR RENT -7-room house In a place of honor at the headof ORDER OF
FOR that amount $13.85 was PfPl.irATtON'vn!
town of Hampton Fla. Roy RENT-Furnished 4 room received the ballroom while at the ANO! NOTICE TO APPEAR THE SHOW YOU KNOW
house with sleeping porch. In donations \(-. Guy said. STATE OF FORtOA to: Arline ALL
other interest center In
Kalch. Write or Inquire at post Lights, Near He win announce the total from fuU D..lp who,. pe.d..ne., I. 1531 '1'11111\-
pump. airfield
t office In Hampton. ItpKILOORE'S new collections made blown American Beauty roses sur- man 141.' Allentown. ..,. &.
at the schools
Keystone H e I ghts on rounding a mammoth white cake You are required to appear on
new 1944 ann ual MKId Lake. See W. L. Andrews through the March of Dimeswhen with 10 blue March 8tlUU, In the above
large candles which and
,c aeed catalog and Vegetable 512 W. Madison St. week. reports are completed next represented the number of years -'ounty SWd..CourL Telegraph.Reek divorce.cause(hall, Bradford wherein LARGEST, BEST EQUIPPED ANI

Planting Guide for Florida now W ANTEI -10 graft Starke boa celebrated the Presldent's this Order in next four publl.h
available. Send for your free your pecan Mr. Guy was enthusiastic In his issues.. weekly MOST
und persimmon trees. birthday with a ball. The Witness FAVORABLY KNOWN
Roy praise of those who my hand and official
copy.)/ The KILCORK SEED shared responsibility -
beautiful cake was of seal at Mtark..
Kalch Hampton, Fla. a gift the Florida this F.I
ftp >>-
COMPANY Plant City Fla. with him In the campaign Lappe n.kery"of Starke.At OFFICIAL! 1944. SHOW
OF
1.28 2tp LOSTDark and wishes to express his ( SEAL.) A.S.; Thomas ITS KINDGENERAL
red calfskin wallet A" Clerk of
a twin table nearby. Miss said Court .
sincere gratitude to all who contributed '1', Frank *....
ndrum. Start-.
containing
money and to Louise Snyder and her Florida .5
LOST:: Card case containing pass their time assistant Attjr. for Plf. j.jj -
or money to 2.4 4[
Identification papers. Fin I derpleaae Camp Blanding between Camp the drive served punch and Individual -
or In
Diner and Blanding Center helped any way cakes I.\. rlRrt'lT Coin-I' BRtnrnnn
Iced
communicate:: with P. O. In.flag colors. The
with the
Birthday Ball 2.vTV'! FLOR'O'I lor: CII.S.
Finder
Box 37 Lake Duller Reward. please con tact Mrs serving table was covered with i. ADMISSION

I _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ James 1... Gregory!' clo| Mrs.. E, He wishes to express special lace set with crystal and centeredby Josephine Carter. PI.I Intiff v.. ,
FOR SALEFour cottages with 'v. Hayes. Reward. thanks to the O."ar Crtr' Df.ndant Ca.. No.
lip! following hostesses: = Children
elaborate "5. 35c
an arrangement of ___ \t
,j fenced land ready, for farming I Mrs. Edward Burns Mrs. C. A. narcissi. ORDER OP PrrPt-ICATIOV _____ __ _.__ .

and equipped for chicken raUln FOR SALEBaby In AND NOTICO! Tn APPEAR Adults _____ __ _ : 75c
carriage Knight. Mrs. L. A. Shepherd and Climax to the evening's enjoy- STATE OF FLORIDA to: Oscar ___ __ _.. _
&. Apply at Angelo's Cafe. good condition. Phone 47-W : Mrs. \V. H. Thomson who greeted Carter, whole residence I* Un-
ment was a floor show providedby cnown.
2tp lIp guests at the door. and to Camp BlaMing Ulent and Tou are required to appear on Includes All Tax .

Mirth 8th., 1944. In the above
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