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 11, 1944
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
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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Bibliographic ID: UF00027795
Volume ID: VID04849
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 33886096
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Groups Asked To Join In CleanUpd i Camp Bond EmployeesAid DriveBoth Edwards Enters [Bond Drive Is LaggingAs




Beautification Drive For Starke"Clean by Increased allotments Race ForCounty
d from their payrolls for War

Bonds and by doubling direct Feb. 15 Deadline Nears :

purchases of War Bonds over the

Up Month" for Starkeb previous month, Florida residents Judge

11 through March 11. was Best Blackout employed as civilians at Camp City's Purchase Of $20,000 Helps
week Mayor
this by
claimed Blanding backed the attack with

arles A. Darby.An War Bonds as well as work during I W. M. Edwards, for many years \I: Soldiers Vote County Reach Half-Way I'

effort will be made to have: January, Major William P. a familiar figure in local politics, Mark This Week '

ch individual citizen and all Tuesday NightStarke Jent, War Bond officer reportedthis this week announced his candidacy

unite in the drive. week. for the> .office of County' .

'al Mayor groups Darby's proclamation The more than 2,000 persons Judge in the Primary Election of1 I I In Primary Purchase by the City of Starke yesterday of $20,000 '' f I

lows; participated'In a black- on Civil Service status at Blan May 2. I worth of War Bond gave impetus to Bradford County's* | !',
out Tuesday I
evening that embraced \his
In making announcement,
united into War lagging Fourth War Loan Drive. '
of $30,78341 '
value ding
the put I'
ipcognlzlng the entire Eastern coastal Secretary of Stale R. A. Cray
Mr. Edwards l ued fallow
art on the part of.our citizens+ area from Maine to Key West Bonds by deductions from their statement:'" the : declaring that Floridians "iihould' Total sales from all issuing agents in Starke through I

undertaking however pay checks during the month ling Wednesday were reported at $149,267.75. leaving a "stumbl- *
any and according to A. J. Thomas, of
To the Citizens and voters not be confused
by pending legislation
[at or small, I hereby proclaim Commander of the Civilian Defense and then purchased $11,523.75: additional Bradford County: ing block" of $125,132.25 to be surmounted before next Tues- '\ 5

Clean Up and Beautify Month Corps here, It was 100 percent ; in the Fourth War Loan I In Congress", announced, day if Bradford County is to reach its $274,400 quota before

the City of' Starke begin more effective than attempted Drive MJaJor Jent revealed. The I hereby announce 'my candidacy this week that he has sent county; the deadline Feb. 15. r
any
i g Friday. Feb. 11. and Marchcall con In the city to date. War per centage Bond allotments of personnel making from I Judge for subject the j office to the 0 action f County of;: officials detailed plans for handling Chairman Jos.' E. Wilson issued an urgent appeal to '"I
rose
uing through Saturday, Participating in the enforce 85 per cent in December to 90 3 the voters In the Primary elec Florida' soldier vote In the all volunteer workers yesterday to continue their efforts l i

ment of the blackout which last per cent in January, and the per tion of May 2, 1944. May primary elections. without let-up, until the deadline is reached. "We can I|

1 upon each citizen church ed from 9:35 until 10:15: were ceatage of pay allotted rose from Having served the City of Legislation now pending In Congress still make the grade, but only if every man, woman and I

up, civic club unit to fraternal take a order vital the Police Department, Fire De 10.1 per cent to 11.1 per cent. Starke as City Councilman for the deals with voting in the child in the county accepts it as_his personal:._ !,responsibility: ,
d political November General
Scduts Elections Secretary
partment. Boy and the Despite a decline In the number past ten years, much of my time 'u n M conscientiously invests
make
rt In this task and cleaneat let us and various organizations of the Civilian on Civil Service status, cash as Chalrmaq and In many In Gray atate.J."Partlclpatlon every dollar he can spare in '

rice one of towns the in the State Defense Corps. purchases in January showed a stances acting Mayor, Also having by those In the+ Bond Premiere War Bonds," Chairman Wil- "
beautiful
ist 'There were only about halfa huge jump over the $6,225 cash: served as Chairman of the military services In the Florida son stated.
set hand 1.The' 1.
I' have my 'Thousands Cheer'An
Hereunto : II dozen lights that were not ex- : purchase' of bonds in December:. Board of County Commissioners primary election la provided for
bv seal this 9th day above figures do not
I affixed tlngulshed, and these were left for the'yean 1941 and 1942. 1 I by Florida statute enacted at the !

February, 1944Chao. I in homes by residents who .were I am qualified In every respect to 1943 session of the Legislature error ha been noted In include returns from Brooker, '

A. Darby, Mayor out of the city, :Mr. Thomas said."It City To Widen ask the support. of the citizens, which act was based on the Fed the ticket printed and distributed Lawtey and Hampton, where j t
to War lloiul purchasers
City of Starke. "1w 'ourxipurpOM-and desireto and voters of Bradford Countyfor eral law posed In 1942. each community has been
for the of
pranlerti Knowing
educate not prosecute the election totlr.'lmportant office "I have received already some given a quota of $20,000 to
HAlt Thousands Cherr". The
orida Selecteesill in this of County Judge.In 3000 raise These nearby towns
people effort Mr. Thomas+ Portion Of Call requests from soldiers for ticket! state that the premiere

( Report pointed out. "And we believe we offering myself as a candidate ballots and anticipate many Mill be Tuesday night/ Feb. 14, made good showings in the f.
he added for County'! Judge, I invite thousand Third War Loan Drive
are doing Just that", at requests coming In before nn error In the date. The premiere andit

Camp Blanding the conclusion of the blackout Work began Monday on the your rigid Investigation as to my the middle of March when Mill ho Monday night is hoped that their efforts

Center Tuesday night. widening of Call Street from past record as", City Councilman the ballot will be available" Feb. 14. at the Florida Theatre I. will go a long way toward I

I !though the Reception closed ttsbrs Mr.. Thomas urges property Temple to Broadway after +a and County Commissioner. I. at Outlines ProcedureIn ut 9SO: p. m. putting Bradford over the I'I'I

Camp Blanding and of the Council Fri all times was J,active in supportIng his outline of to in the
19 Florida clvl- owners especially merchants meeting City procedure K:very portion Mho buys a top current drive.
February all whi. li were progressive
who leave lights In their stores, day of last week-at which timea moves Circuit Court clerks I county bond during the Fourth War A
thorough the
\\\3\ called for service with the and for the welfare of canvass of
to advise police how they may contract was let to the Brad judges supervisors of registration Loan Is "being given a free business
their district
will still get by members
ned forces the Town and County.If I
be extinguished in case of a ford Engineering Com pany of and county commission chairmen, ticket t<> are thU hit produc
life at of the Club !
of military elected as County Rotary this week
t glimpse blackout. If this is done, it will Starke to complete the project.A your Gray said he would make lieu tion. Only bond purchases will
training center, MajorD. that the office reunited in the
I promise sale of
H huge Judge,
not be necessary to cause any marked increase in trafficin of service men and women requesting b., admitted to the premiere. approximately -
[ Hayes, commander of the will be open to you six days a $50,000 in Bonds '
damage to property or a delay in this section In the past few ballots and send them to
Tied Forces Induction Station blackout procedure, he explained. months has made this Improve week to serve you In an efficient their home counties for checking The Rotarians are making an

,'e, out. fair, and courteous manner, also effort
points to
tf ment necessary. Ten feet will against registration books. secure 250 purchaser -
MothersTo
Induction, he explained Is thet Road Matters be added to the width of the giving you a thrifty and economical He urged (the county officials: Service of a $1.000 Bond each in

phase of transforming a street which now measures 26 administration of this Important to have their ballots set In type Be HonoredAt order to guarantee the success ,

lllan Into a soldier. The Re- Are DiscussedBy office; .thereby assuring of the drive. ,
before the deadline for qualifica USO-YMCA EventOn
Center -providing feet.Also a reduction of the budget ancrelieving
flon process CommissionersThe concerned with the traf you the tax load I tion of candidates closes with
classification official: a part of
thing, fic problem In Starke, the Council owners. provisions made, for hasty inner Sunday afternoon, Feb. 13 BHS Students i
the second It from the property
U phase.
ihls j-ra-second phase which wllanger Boar ...P!. County Commissioners Inatl'Ucted.the Police Depaitment On 'May 2ndTfarnestly solicit' tion of last minute quallfleis.\ the USO' at Temple nnd Washington Give $227 To

at Its February 7 meet- to atop cars from parking on the Envelopes for sending ballots+
be done at Camp Blan- your vote and support in electingme Sis., cordially, invites all
Ing in the Court House took care East side of Walnut street between Judge. to the soldiers will be addressed March Of Dimes
's Armed Forces Induction as your County mothers of Ilruilfoid County who
| of business as follows: Jefferson and Jackson respectfully In adv a n c e, and they can be
Jion for the initial physical streets in order to facilitate the Yours very their have icons nr daughters I In the Siaike school student, from
mall and
The Clerk was Instructed to \V. M. (Mitch) Edwards "placed In the on
nlnation request the State Road Department I movement of traffic in that area. I way on the night of March 18" service of the Armed Forces, to tho first grade rough t the

they pass this test they are W. B. McMurtray of Gainesville close twelfth, played on Important /
part
to place a cluvert at the I the day after qualifications bra! their1 guesls at a inception
.;ned foi either Army or Navy in New Scout TroopAt In the snccesHful March of Dimes/
approach to a newly graded street a supervising engineer "Thus! there will be 44 ,days", for given In their honor. i
vice. based on slightly differ- on the West corporate \limits of the Malaria Control project, appeared Raford To the ballot to reach the soldier or drive/ just concluded, here. The
Tho will consist of
u
physical standards. A manlcallv the at Council meeting Friday; sailor am" bo returned before the program total amount contributed. w n s I
Starke and also a culvert at
< still Have Investiture Ilan I Conceit beginning at 3 p. $227,37 and .'
acceptable
may In connection with a project of first primary May 2." wan donated an fol.
approach of the county road lead- I m., to be followed by a short |ntormal .-
test Navy Service. Men. who State Board of Health relative : low: f i''
Ing to the W. E. Sullivan sectionof the investiture ceremony When the mocked ballots are honoring these ,
complete
A program
life reacted here return to civil- the county with state road No.. to the cleaning of Alligator I for Troop 127, Boy Scouts returned, the supervisor can determine mothers and celebrating the 2nd l m Grade (Mlddleton) $1; 1st
Creek. An Improvement of this I (Il.'whO) $2; let (Prevail) $2.10
28 South of the city. America, will be conducted. from affidavit on the anniversary of the USO, utter ;
\n cases of acceptance under With further reference to public sort, !.II'. McMurtray pointed out, I of evening, Feb. 13, at 8 backs of envelopes the names of which refreshments will bu sere 2nd (Hitch) $I; 2nd (Maxwell )
practice, the men accepted would not only improve sunltaiy; Sunday $5; 2nd. (Moore) $4 ; 3rd ( Biggs)
Church of voters and check whether they ,
\ road crossing at Mlle Post M. In the Baptist ed. All father are also Invited.
>rned home for 21 correct the mos P. $1 I 3rd, (McKae 3rd 1
| days to arhe conditions but I In the county. ; ) $7; (Johnson
679 near Starke an agreement Raiford. L. F. Chapman. Super are registered Other' nctlvltlcs of the USO-
their civilian affairs be- quito hazard as well. ) $It ; 4th (Mayea) $4; 4th
,
between the Receivers of the S. of Florida State Pilson. It they are registered the bal-
intendent YMCA, announced thin week by
returning to active service McUurtray], agreed to furnish (Warren) $4.22; 51 h (Brown) 'f,
A. L. and the deliver the scouting address, loU will be counted along with ,
preliminary training. Railway Company a portion of the labor needed to will j assistant director F. L. Johnson $21; 6th (Sewell ) $7.50; 6th it tOt'nllln
Board and J. E. Waters, Principal all others cast In the election for
was presented Professor
for
County' and Include a special party the
and the main ( ) $1515 6th ( ,
After dynamite dredge ; Shepherd )
| February 19, all men ,,
) are accepted for Army ser- referred to the County attorney run and members of City Council of Raiford public school national, State and local offices.If 227th Bn., IHTC:, to be hold at (Thorn) $13.30; 8th (Anderson ) I

will back home still for investigation and report. agreed to cooperate with this will be Installed as Scoutmaster. the service man U not a the club tomorrow ( Friday) even- $30; 8th ( Dcmoreat' ) $20.10; 9th
go Reports were received from the , Troop 127 is one of the newest voter his ballot will Ing. Lt. Milton FUller, Special
1 registered
Perkins
lilans, and then when called movement. which they realize formedIn ( ) $141; 0th (Cans) $18.30;
State Welfare Board District No. for the successful Boy Scout units to be be set aside and only his votes Service Officer, IH )In charge of 10th (Cooper) $333; 10th ( Law)
In by the local draft board also necessary Dr. +
5, from County Judge E. K. the New River District. for such national offices as congressman arrangement for the event to I
Starke Sewage $150 llth (Tucker) $3 11th (
1 of the I' ; ; |
Army Service will operation ,
directly: the
go I... T. of Starke ls
'oit Perryman, County Agent system. M. B. Herlong and senator will be which all Staikw glrU are In- (Ob"rneI! ; 12th ( Parkerson
McPherson, Atlanta disposal which
near
and from the State Prison of the District,
Chairman counted.
Dyer
for Work will begin as soon as: : (
Reception Center pro Bradford and vited.On
f-Ing. Florida Negro Army In- Inspector and were ordered filed. details are. arranged which will I embraces Union, Other troops In Gray said none of the bills the following night, the $2.35.The Starke Boy Scout Troop ,

''eell will go to a Reception A list of Civil War Pensionersas Include the hiring of 10 men In Baker counties. and scouters pending la Congress would make regular Saturday, night dance contributed $30 to the March of

f'er: at Fort Benning. Ga. submitted by the State Pen Starke in addition to those provided the district, parents the investiture, It necessary to modify the procedure will be In the form of a formal Dimes.
sion Board was approved as beIng Invited to
of are outlined for primary elections
t by the State Board public Foote'a Fred. Ouy, chairman of the Infantile -
the Reception Center the correct.It which Is open also to the Valentino Hop with Sct.
.
soldier is classified as tore was agreed to divide equally Health. The project will be completed Troop 127 Is sponsored by the Infantrymen playing for dancing. Paralysis Fund Drive, stated
in about 30 days City of which l this week that it will be Im-
he will best fit Into the Church
all\ Race Track funds and all this week. Raiford Baptist Three Valentine boxes. of candy
said Heads
"d forces. Clerk Carl Johns Walden Is pas1 Mrs. Torres jm.wible to announce complete returns -
He Is also given State funds payable to the countyto I the Rev. Ray Y. I
Another visitor a t Friday'smeeting chairman will be given us door prizes instead until he Is notified from
tulle tests, uniforms Inocula- 1 K. Jenkins In
supplement Race Track Funds Davii I tor.v. Red Cross Quota
was Mrs. L. A. of the usual long distance to the of
Washington a* amount
4
and his assignment for basic committee.
Board of County the troop I'
between the of I
|nlng. I Commissioners and the Board of who requested that the Council to be I For 207 Kit Bags phone call*. Members of tho I money that was sent directly'
for shrubbery there
allow money for the March of Dimes.
I he buildings and equipment Public Instruction and to con placed on the ground of the Mrs. HoltzendorfRites Mis. Lemuel Colson, chairmanof GSO are planning the affair.

|the Reception Center here, this method of distributionuntil I I
tinue USO-YMCA building at Templeand WednesdayFuneral Red Ci ors produc 11 I lon, an- Clinic !:
I h have forwarded 90.000 Flor- furtljer) action of the group. Washington streets. Mrs. Mattie Williams Dodgers

na into Army Service since The Clerk was Instructed to It was agreed that Council services for Mrs. Jessie nounced yesterday that Mrs. l To Be Fined i t

ember 1940, are now used by request the Comptroller's Officeto would 'act on the proposal aj Etta Holtzendorf 71; who died Charles Torres has agreed to head 1,1m. Muttle William, age 45, ''I t,

Armed Forces Induction Sta- give an accurate description of soon as a more definite estimateof In Riverside Hospital, In Jacksonville the project of making, filling died suddenly ut her home here Activity In the City Jail over ,

all lands listed with the Railroad the cost Involved could be Tuesday at 7 A. ]M.1, aftera packing and shipping 207 Kit at 3 I'. M. Saturday of p ralysl". the weekend Included the arrestof

Assessment Board on which taxes presented to the body. prolonged illness, were held at Bags. She U. survived by her husband, Mrs Mary Olrfley for bootlegKing. .

t The are paid to this county. Rev. O. C. Powell also appeared the Holtzendorf home here Wed- Thomas E. Williams; one daughter She Is. a flouter who gave '
which to
LibraryTHE These are given
The Board voted to again con- before the Council relative 3:30: o'clock In the bags Hattie Mae; three sons, un \labamu address. Mr Di!.

SHADOW AND THEORY tact the State Road Department to the Instigation of Youth afternoon.nesday at Rev. Charles H. Allen all men when and women embark In from the Service 0111'shores Thomas B., Jr., and Morris E., of fley! wan token Into custody by

relative to the road In Brooker Organization with a pal]Ji 1 staff and Rev. A. E. Lightfoot offici they contain the home, and, Pvt. I'aul Grlffl Chief A. L. Alvarez and Patrolman I
by John Is for overseas duty,
Jennings In regard to a faulty of the U S. Army; one brother,
and also capable of planning actly,lee to ated. Burial was In Crosby Lake V. F. Manning after she had;
novel of the American rev- drainage condition in front of the Interest. Starke'a young people under the direction of Items necessary to their comfort Colley Griff(fa; anal two latern, delivered a pint of whiskey to a

''tlon and follows the life Getzen Parker farm east of during their leisure time. DeWitt Cemetery C. Jones. and well being enroute and constitute Mr.. Elms Grover and Mr. Loraine soldier and collected $5 for It. ,
the only "baggage" allowed -
a lad, James Ferguson, ofe Brooker % Again Council deferred action Mrs. Holtzenrlorf, who has beena aboard ship. Balot all of Lawtey. She was released Monday after '

author's previous book on the matter in lieu of more of Starke for the past Funeral services, under the direction -
its
BHS Cagers Win definite plans as to purpose 20 was born In Jasper.Fla. colored woman living in
years dish a sewing kit, razor
A SHIP TO REMEMBER; and further organization of the She was a member of the Presbyterian soap be conducted at the Long Branch fteno was also arrested and fined
Game
and
Branford blade, shoe polishingcloth
1 saga of the Hornet. Ae skeleton Idea. Church. Cemetery Church Friday at 2:30: $;5 for failure to report for clinical

story of the part played Bradford High won a hard The next regular meeting of I She: la survived by her husband. shoe laces and wanted Items such o'clock in the afternoon. Rev. C. tieatment since August 6 of last I I Iyear.
card, enve-
playing :
be held Tuesday as cigarettes II. Khoden of Jacksonville will
an will
aircraft carrier and her Wednesday night the group C. S. Holtzendorf, one daughter. | i
fought game and and miniature -
pencil
i in the war against the with Branford High losing ((32 In the office of City Clerk Johns. Mr. Thelma Hall two sons W. lopes paper editions of popular books. officiate. Burial will be In Long Chief Alvarez revealed. thatIsts t t'

panese. Alexander R. Grlf1 to 28)). This win puts StarkeIn T. Holtzendorf and B. C. Holtzen- These pocket editions, mystery Branch Cemetery. The following of names of thorn who do .
1 been named as pallbearer:
have
tells this story with re- Con- Ambulance CallsMrs. of this city and one! sister for treatment
the lead in the Suwannee dorf, all noveU, or Westerns preferred, are not report regular
int W, "1, Kirby, L. O. Cooper, J. M.
and affection. It Is
an with seven wins and one Mrs. Thea Kennedy. at the Health Clinic are beingreleased
ference difficult to in such large
Denture narrative that out- conference competition. Ozlas Alvarez of Ralordemalnl procure and Griffis, Aaron Summer, I. V. to the Police Department (t'< 'I. ,
in needed the
loss ,
as are
quantities
Ills In Luke and I>. J. Luke.
fiction. serious condition JI'
In
Branford has lost only two gamesIn I Camp Needs Labor local Red Cross! chapter will appreciate and warns that offenders will be ,

THE FOUNTAINHEAD. by the conference, both of these I St. Vincent's Hospital, Jack.onvllle donations from townsfolk picked up, fined and then escorted I. ,;

a Rand is an excitmfe dra- to Starke. where she was rushed by the tT.iok.llcd laborers! are urgently here. Christian ChurchThe by police to the Clinic where ,

tic novel based on chalking The game was tied at the quar- Jones ambulance after an emerg- needed for employment by the have already they will be forced to submit to .: ; : \" '
Donations of
': belief In the Importe ter with Starke holding a slight ency call Friday night. War Department at Camp Elan- money Rev. T. B. Clayton of Jacksonville treatment. ', '
for the purchase I
been made l'
of self to 15): ) However Dalton Carter, retired Temple notle. will preach at the Chrlatlan. -
Uhn'ss, on the pro- edge at the half ((18 removed totiversdde ding. ArpllcTtlors are of other Items needed to flit the V. F. Manning a finger print , i

'atlve Idea that man's ego Starke pulled ahead la the Avenue merchant, was In, Jacksonville .!tIred from t'U'ItOta'now engaged kits, and at this time woman Church here Sunday mornIng expert and former regular mem- .< I i
Hospital l
the fountainhead of human third quarter and was never In the Jones |liD essential war work. Afpll- power U the only prerequisite essential at 11 o'clock. Sunday School her of the Police force here U '> ,
gress. The reader will not for treatment cants ho-ilr''' ypr'y! to C a m pOlanding the
checked. afternoon of I to the success of the project U held each Sunday morning at assisting Chief Alvarez In 1
< Friday
lIy forget this long novel High scorers were Nobles for ambulance been Civil Service Secretary which ]Mrs., Torres hopes tol 10 o'clock and prayer meeting absence of Patrolman Ben C ,
d 1 its timely of with 16 point. to his last week. Mr. Carter baa aftr obtain!at necessary clear- died I j
expression mother
Branford t the end of this each'Wednesday night at 7:30 o' Holtzendorf whose 'j
14, and confined! to his home by lllneii for complete: by
Passioned faith In the in- credit and McRae with ance from their! nearest U. S. clock.: S Tuesday.

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avidly to confirm this. Being, by CloNe No. Z8IIO! '=
THE BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH AT LAWTEWith OItI)[ 1t OK-' 1'11111.1'i,
lOOKING nature, a critical and stumbling AND NOTICE To ('ITI I.,'' NUTATH
Y oaf, we enjoy gossip and kiddingour OP FUMUIM '
Established 1877MMBSR row W. Colerann. wt, : As
F. R. CarradineA far and near. No- ""
neighbors, In 134 Sharp St., Luke \\ J I
tI|b.
thing personal of course but just Iu3* pli]:(

FLORIBVPRESS 1 ; ASSOCIATION? STORY IN HUMILITY WHAT'n: THINK LAWTEY OVERFLOWINGWITH small town street corner gossip.Mr. February you are 28th.required. 19M i I". ','iii,'': "b
named Court and can", ,
NAmw.EDrrQRIAL NOW IN OUR MIDST I Recently we have heard numerous MILITARY FAMILIES and Mra. Willis Starling plaintiff *eek. dlvoi"',. \then, "
/ If you would see a man who Is <'\ The military population of Law- and family of Otis Fla., spent County Telegraph hit I Ihadh', ,
opinIons expressed concern- thl" Order In next tout, um' 'h
completely humble In hIs beliefin tey has never been greater thanat Sunday here with the parents of ". ? "I ti.; ,i
.___________ Editor and Owner Ing the alroclfje committed by are Witness
E. I* Matthew u the power of the Almighty this time. Listed below Mr. Starling Mr. and Mrs. Bud my hand pnl,, i
God we would suggest that you the Japanese,$ponrAUIed troops the names rank and cities and die Starling. eat uary at 24th Starke., 1944.1o'lul'hla. 1 u,",:drt It,

SUBSCRIPTION KATE ]. captured In the early part of the from whence hail ( <
the towns they :
pend an evening attending ,
Pvt. A D. Grlffis Is here on An Fr.l..;'LAt. t.l'bouI1' .I i T hoT ",
Yearly 91.73: Six Month, $1.00 services of Evan gellst W J. i' war. The expressed; opinions Lt. and Mrs. H, R. Patterson, ten day leave. A. D. Is the son Frank Landrum. Stark..
White. Dr. White is 4,1, years have run the gauntlet from com- Stamford' Texas. Atty. for Plf. 1.:8 JJwiiv :
rubllahnd. Weekly on Friday and Entered a* Swcoiid CLiM Matterat old and his entire life through plete belief of all charges to utter Pvt. and Mrs. R. V. Latta, Hastings of Mr. and Mrs Counce Griffla -, t
LeonardWood
and Is stationed at Fort
the Pout Office at Starke Florida. 1933 was spent In the liquor refutation. Some say that Japan ,, Mich. COUNTY rutriiT, '
Mo. rMUM.V'ftS
'
business with many years of jail has committed' these heinous Pvt. and Mrs. R. A. Painter, CRRY.

and state penal sentences In- crimes while others speak of pro- Muncie, Ind. Mra. Lockwood LeVan of Mifflnvllle. \ Charles cK-rkoll5R.rrtafilV'-? /

Soldiers 'Will Vote I cluded. He has served three sentences paganda being the greatest weapon Pvt. and Mrs. A. P. McNevln, Pa., la! the guest of Pvt. Case 1\labl.. No. 2801. <.l i-

In southern penitentiarieswith of any war, .Jt Is said that St. Louis Mo. and Mrs. Paul Michael. ORDER Ol" PUBLICATION
Nobody seems to object to the so-called "soldier's vote.
while the Government admits I Mrs. Ralph Rainier and Mrs.\ : NOTICE TO APPEAR'
jail terms from one day to Cpl. and Mrs. Malcolm Douglasand nAND OF .
Congress has been working: on plans for the Governmentto six months. He does not remem- knowing of the crimes of Japanfor ( Lynn) Alexia Texas Roy Hanson were shopping In Cl .. Who", '??!? 'I.6U l,

conduct the elections, while at the same time the Fed ber how many. some months before release Pvt. and Mrs. Paul Michael Jacksonville Monday. Texas East. Quincy tit.. Nan sj: '

eral plan has been opposed on the grounds that this is a Arriving In Lawtey some three to the public the release of the Berwyck Penna. Miss Jewell Reddish of Jacksonville February You are Uth.required to app..' J

weeks ago, during the rainy news synchronized perfectly to Pvt. and Mrs. C. D. Frultt spent the week-end here named Court .and 4 cauie, the .p,:'',
tells
question of "state rights. Congress the States they
coincide with the opening of the ..... ? )
week, he was accompanied by his Greenwood Miss. with her parents. Mr. and Mrs. County .k. divorce lIradr'l' '
have not the proper administrative establishments' to handle wife Annie and a young man Fourth War Bond Drive to stim- Pvt. and MI's. J. B. Mulllns, J. M Reddish. this Order Telegraph In neat tour linli weephltv t? !

the ballots and the States reply cryptically: "you're an- named Hudson Edkino, who received ulate sales of bonds. There la Greenwood, Miss Mr. and Mrs. Joe Brown were .ue.Witness ,I

other." the call several months possibly some foundation for both Pvt. and Mrs. Paul McConnell, Sunday guests of Mrs. A. J. Duck eat at Stark my, hand Florida and, thu offs
The three the believer and the extremist.; Denver Colo. uary 4th.. 1844.OFFICIAL .M
ago. wandering worth in Jacksonville.Mrs. .
There doesn't seem to be any effort to "grab" the sol- without In a recent Issue of one of the Pvt. and Mrs. Rex Dawson, ( HEAL ourl J. H
evangelists slept benefit A. Clerk of said :
Ivan for-
lier vote. Most people think it "can't be grabbed." of bed covering on the wet bare better weeklies our own Honor.. Lamar Colo. Raye Booker lu Frankr ndrum...//St"'k.. gJ
of :Mass. for
merly Boston who .. ,
able Grew for Pit. _
Joseph C. ,, former ambassador 1-28
Pvt and Mrs. Brownie Means
As a matter of fact soldiers voting can be handled ground for six nights. They delve the past several weeks, bu made -

either way, and before the parties to the row get rid of services red their starting sermons at eight nightly o'clock with stated that to "the Japan Japanese, emphatically peopleare Bredus Pvt. and Mont.Mrs. C. R. Denny her home in Lawtey left last Ir'ol"'rl"CIRC1I.T'!" (' '--vH'

the details it is likely to be proved that the right way is with no time limit on the speak not barbarians. The peopleas Athens, Texas. week for Thomasvllle Ga., to be CERY.Otis "ca...el Howell", Plaintiff
,
with husband
her Ivan R.
of the a whole, are" peacelovlng. Only Pvt. and Mrs. Rudolph Hlllman, Sgt. Fannie' AllLe Howell 1I'eUd
which details The
the agreeable way, through preparing er. public Is exhorted to receive Booker who Is being hospitalized Case No. 2889.
the war lords in
are responsible Va.
ballots in the and the mail to the Federal God, to know the power of Dante OHDEU OF PURLIOATIOV
States turning over the the In that city.
precipitation" of Pacific AND
the Lord and opportunity is gIven Sgt and Mrs L. L. Bulla Little NOTICE TO A"P ;.\R I
) Government might be the right answer. The Army each attending to kneel before war." To inject our opinion, we Rock, Ark. Mrs. Harry Hlghsmlth, formerly Mae STATE Howell OF FLORIDA whose tll Fat J

and Navy can handle the freight, and the excuse that therewon't the altar while the combined consider this statement by such 'Pvt. and Mrs Ferrell Drlacol, Jean Edwards! daughter of Mr.\. I.I 323 Pearson Street., Sutntvr reNldcnrt Hi,'I
an eminent person a direct affront Houston Texan. I and Mrs W. H. Edwards, returned Carolina.
be for the ballots is alibi. efforts of the Evangelist his wife You are required to
enough a
paper very poor and Mr. Edkins are manifested in to the Intelligence of the Pvt and Mrs. Charles Well- : this week, from Providence R. : February 28th., 1944. In unpc.thnamed ab[

A clean job must be done from start to finish-that I prayer for the salvation of those families ot' the men who have yung. Reading, Pa. i I., where with her husband she plaintiff Court seeks and divorce.cause, aka( ?
,
means that no political party or faction will perform the : seeking to find the Holy Ghost been and are now being subjected Pvt. and Mrs. Hall Welford has resided since their marriagehere County Telegraph shall Pmdl pub!
to the most Inhuman and bar- Berwyck, Penna. last December. On the way thin Order In next four weekly
Mr. White started In service I
oft-repeated "miracle" of "controlling the vote. It wouldbe the ,ue".
I of the Lord under the famed barous treatment of all wars. It Pvt. and Mrs Ralph Rainier, to Florida Mrs. Hlghsmlth stopped Witness my hand and off!

absolutely impossible-for the Democrats, Republicans or Evangelist Dr. Mordacat Hammof i Is further effrontery to the peopleof La Porte, Ind. over with her brother J. M. teal uary .at 24th Htarkt, 1944, Florida, thin J,

any one else to get away with such schemes. Bowling Green Ky. He baa i this country who have oversubscribed Pvt. and Mfrs. Ray Hanson La Edwards In Atlanta. (OFFICIAL, SEAL) A. J. Th

done personal work while tryingto every bond drive In the Porte, Ind. Mrs. Pete Medelln left last T.A. Frank Clerk of I.nndrum aid Court.
Stark,
Flo
earn a living and claims many last wars and whose memory !sever Pvt. and Mrs. William Phillips Monday for a two weeks' visit In Atty. for Plf. 1.29t :
A Stitch In Time converts. He credits the refreshed by the dead of Muskegan Mich. Columbus, Ga.
power IV CIRCriT ( tHfoj
I 'OIrRT. Rll
Oldsters who lived through the reconstruction of the Holy Ghost with hla ex-; the 'last war The dead, whose Pvt. and Mrs. Victor Samuels, Sumpter Durse Harley Is the I CO I'IS' TV, FLORIDA 1\ (HI
years
tKHV.
sons are marching hell
through
Ludlngton Mich.
cellent health and further
says recipient of a greeting card from Iva Ix-dbetter
following the last war will unanimously approve legislationthat that his infinite belief restored I to death or worse in this war to Cpl. and Mrs. Henry Witusa the President. He leaved for induction vs. J R, Ilobenon. RobeRon Defendant, Plait, r. I I

will provide payments of a few hundred dollars to. him to health when he was dying make democracy safe for arm- Oneida, N. y into the Army February No.ORDER 28X5. OF PUBLICATIOV

every soldier mustered out of service. This is a payment of malignant cancer. His doc chair strategists and politicians. Pvt. and Mrs. Raymond Archibald 16. With seven days and seven AND NOTICE TO AI'I'IR
trine Is that man's find- Unless our limited knowledge of Dallas Texas. STATE OF FLORIDA ti J
'that might be described by a commercial term "for value upon a the religions and cults of the PVt. and Mrs. Arthur Howard nights left Shorty intends working Robeson, whose residence U. Svllle "
Ing God discovering the Holy for no man but will go into Tennessee.You ,
received." It will help forestall such tragedies as those of Ghost he will\ be in the hands of world fall us, Shintoism is the direct Titusville, Penna.Lt. I service in foul condition. are required to appear
March 6th., 1944. I In the
1 1919-20 when tens of thousands of veterans searched every the Great Healer. The mind, the antithesis of Christianity. It and Mr. H. E. Walker, named Court and cause, \\h ii ,
Is the avowed intention of the Two Rivers Wls. plaintiff seeks divorce. Brad'
where for jobs and couldn't find them. body and and the regenerated.spirit will be recreated Japanese people to dominate the Lt. and Mrs. Lynn C. Atkins, to Not everybody wltII'a doss County In Telegraph next four shall weekly puhllnhOrder M,I
spare can
Then some group started the idea of "A march on His experiences consist of ac world, crush Christianity and Bryan Texas. a&raleh'-ba& shoot a fun Witness nty hand and offseal !|
t everybody eaa at Starke, Florida thin .
Washington," and that led to the "soldiers bonus armies," ceptances and refusals to testify establish the filthy rotten fanatical SOMETHING: IN TilE AIR shoot straight to the bank and uary 20th., 1944.
cult of ShIntoism as the universal A. J. ThomasAn
making their appeals to Congress. Finally thousands of before church congregations of form of worship. If we Coming events cast their shadows bay War Bonds. Bay your Clerk of wild Cl
,
other leadership. He finds that 0 10% every pay day Knight & Knight Starke. FAtty. !-i.
veterans were driven out of the Capital. Those men wanted people in the lower walks of life, the moat enlightened people on before them. We seem t .. for Plf. (OFFICIAL (-Ff

jobs, and wages to enable them to take up the broken In rural communities and sinners the face of the earth, are gullible note a number of familiar faces I* THE C'IRCtIT COURT OP 1-2S 4t 219Watch
: breaking into cor dial smiles. FLORIDA KIUHTH ''
enough to give more. than a JI'DICIAL.
threads of life and to support their families. No one wantsto hark to his teachings. Those in thought to such passIng Faces 'we seldom see and more l ('IIU.T. 1> AND FOR Al.".
the upper class do not tolerate writings, CHU/ ('O"' TY. IV; IHANCUKY.;
of that kind of and seldom see smile except every EX PARTE Your
see a repetition desperation misery. his belief In personal testimony as such street corner criticism and :
BARTON F:. THRASHER
A partial answer is found in mustering-out pay, which Con to the power of God. Only uninformed outbursts of the liter four years. This renewal of old I NO'l'I'H
tual all and the moan with diarrhoea a aaqualntance spirit might be remotely Notice In hereby given that Kidneys.
is making in liberal possible. through a c testimony, he Vera Me.
sums as
as Thresher
gress connected with the elec a* curator of
of the
mouth then It would be
find the Emulate of Barton Them
the CleanM
avows, can anyone true E. Thrasher, Help theBli
all-powerful Holy Ghost. Then beat that free speech be control tion just around the corner. will apply before the Honorable Harmful Body Wste
John A. H.
Seven Points for SecurityThis and then only does one have the led) It ever Christianity has been YOURS TRULY the Circuit Court Murphree of ,the Jadae ISIg-hth; of Your .. mrm constantly fifa
at stake It Is now. What if the Judicial Clroult of Florida for wait matter from the blood ijtr* .
peace of mind, the strength of: HACK ON TilE JOB . kidney oQfttimMi Lgla th.lr wort-
permlimlon to .
Kale
is the Government's seven-point program to hold character. to combat the ills of boys In Washington do send the Through the tolerant kindnessof th. following described. ]land l lying- Dot act ai Nature Intandad -ftilu

in line the mind and body, to defy the worlds champion puzzle to the and below In Bradford County, move. impurities. that retoln"
prices : the editor we are permitted to Florida, to-wit: pol oa the yatxn ana upset Ut*
taxpayer as Income tax form 1040or
devil who Is always at work with Lot One (t). Unit Two In body machinery
\ 1. Buy and hold War Donds. 1040-A? That for continue In the exalted capacityof dian Beach (2) Symptom may be nanlng bcp.n"t.nt
money pays subdivision
a. per
temptations for those who wouldtread headache attacks of din,
2. Pay willingly our share of taxes-including increased the primrose pttth. life, liberty and your pursuit othapplnt'SR Lawtey correspondent. Some plat recorded*.In Plat Hook two Betting up ntahta. welling, p.uad..r .
((2) of
pace 8 the Public
Machiavellian satisfaction >id derived the ey.a feeling of 0aa.loty "1i
taxes-that needs. The man's utter while men in dirty foxholes Records of Bradford County,
our country disregard for from this continuance It and lose of pep nod *tmft
In the air and on the waters as Florida. Other dins' of kidney or bl.ddR
3. Provide for our own and our family's future by adequate what anyone thinks of him, his for affords the opportunity of placing The mild application to be made order aumetlmea burning. icu
complete lack of concern for the are dying you. Pay your at the hour of 10:00: o'clock A. M. too frequent urination.
life insurance and savings. taxes with a smile and buy bonds before a more tolerant,, public or a. eoon thereafter. an. council I There should be no doubt that pn
criticism and ridicule .
that i is ] our asinine I opinions. We may h. heard on February 25th., treatment I. wiser than npRl ct
4. Reduce our debts as much as possible. heaped upon him Is evidence of with what you have left (Yes, A. D. Vera. Doa..'. jt.... DOG..'. have been*.
plead guilty to the completely descriptive Mo. new friend for than
Thrasher forty
we are trying to practice what more
5. Buy only what we need and make what we have his full belief in hIs convictions adjective only because An curator for the They have a nation-wide repuufl
He has, by his own sinful life, we preach), have Estate of Barton E. Thrasher Are recommended by grateful ptfopg]
last longer. we numerous contemporariesIn 1.28t 218iv country over. Ask, your mtgHborl
been forced to choose bl'tweenpenal Miss Judy Ditty of Williston and out of the newspaper business. -
6. Follow the ration rules and price ceilings. Institutions, a life of crime nnri'IT COIRT. DR \o..ono
spent the week-end with her sister One has only to( read editorials
7. Cooperate with our government's wage stabilization I and waste, or a life of respect MIss Lois Ditty, of the Law- the doings of congress CRKV.Hexter rorvTY.. PLORIUII IN tHAt- ,IIJftJ1Have

program. and honor. This great metamorDhonla fey school faculty. .and peruse the better periodicals a In** Coleman Plaintiff, v...
Woodrow W. Coleman
Defendant.
-- . took place while he was
'" If you have 'the welfare of your Country, your neighbor serving one of his many senten- "

i' and yourself at heart, you will do everything humanly ces. He does not tolerate hypocrisy I

possible to abide by this seven-point program. does not spare his. audience "Coke"
would rather offend a right.eous a = Sag ol

man than God or k sinner.

UNCLEJOE'S The day of his being irked from (LONG LIFE TO YOU)

I the bonds of sin and crime was ._ .
the happiest day of his life. His ,--==. - -= .
:...:=.:- :.. .. ; : :" _
.. = .
remaining years are dedicated to -:: --'": :; ": "" ;-......
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.
+ y testimony of the wonderful . -
power ":: = : :
ot 'the Holy Ghost. His work Is --

J A W done in a tent with a seating u_ .. _

: capacity of 400 and those Interested __

In the finding of the -
By J. L. HAKRELt. -
4 Holy GhoMt through testimonyand

i the use of other tongues are : : --
In aplte of a shortage of meat Ing from her, wrote to the next I Invited.

points the wile and I are sitting beat-lonking one and asked her -/ / t .

pretty for next Sunday's dinner. the same thing. Still not getting month for at that time forty and = :-

Last night, about 2 o'clock. she a' nibble I waited another three board was just about the top,

heard a chicken squall: like all- d.tys and kept on writing and! and the man who knocked down

forty, and there was: a big tat waiting until I'd written six dif such fabulous wage was considered _

possum feasting! on egg that event girls. Then, one fateful as being In high-cotton _

should have produced! chicks some Saturday afternoon I got sweet and was classed with bankers and

time during the next week or ten little cologne-scented notes from politicians. Berry and I earned

days.. So we're gonna have possum each of those six; gIrls Mating only thirty each and had to pay

an' taters, come next Sun they would be simply delightedand for our own hog and hominy so

day. would be glad to bring along you can ace what six< hungry girls

Not only that, but I just had someone for Berry! and six hungry mamas would do

a good old chlifllnR supper, and I hustled oft to find my partner to a pay check like that.

thinking about all thin and the gave him the good news, and Oh well, a good chltt'llng supper -

pay check I'm supposed to get he hustled\ off to see the housewife Is worth a week's wanes any-

Saturday, recalls to mind the about cooking up a wash pot' time--even If we didn't derive

tlmo my friend. Berry, and I got full of chltt'llng for the comingVelnl'lIllay much pleasure from our feminine

swamped with "I thank youa"from \ night. companionship. It's bad enough
trying to talk to six girls at one
i six young ladles to accom- When the big day rolled around,
time, when
a mama Isn't withina i
pany up to a chltt'llng supper In we hitched up my two-mule tur ,
mile but with six -
suspicious
the neighborhood.We pentine wagon, placed a lot of "watch dogs" listening In on
persuaded one of tke local nice, clean oat straw on the ,
everything you say, it ain't no fun
housewives! to cook up a lot of floor and went around like the' a-UIl!

chltt'llnga and allow U4 to Invitea mailman collecting those prt'cl-I

couple of young ladies to help Due bundles of colored calico and . or boiv to "treat" a Turkish visitor -
eat them. Being a newcomer to gingham dresses with notes stick "
1 GET THE
the community. I was afraid It ing out at one end and toe at I

would. h.' hard to find a young the other-no knees at that tlm SPEED? .sari Visiting Turk pilots like America-our flying training, our ways and customs. I

lady who would\ eat chltt'llnga.\ or (tlf you know what I mean), I f
RELIEF FOR ACIP They find us friendly people. It isn't
long before Havt
"Coke"
Acknowledge that: she did so 1 The only fly In the ointmentwas a greets them r /

decided until to start early and keep that each ghl's mama c.ime I INDIGESTION and happy comradeship results. Turk and Texan respond alike to its ring of '
trying we found two sweet along as a kind of "keep your r
young thing who would acceptour hands off please" and while good fellowship. You get the same response when you serve Coca-Cola from "as

Invitation.I Berry talked to the old ladle I I jour icebox at home. The world
over, Coca-Cola stands for the
began with the bet-looklng |I tried. to chat with all six of the |1 ISMV.REX50| fans that
girl In the and girls and "J"'sHbas become the
community wrote eat chltt'llngs at the gracious way to get acquainted! "Coke" Coca-Col.1
her a short note, asking for a Canine time! :

date and requesting that she pick That elegant supper. with trimmings OTUIO UNOU AUTHORITY OF THf COCA-COt 4 COMPANY $Y to It'*acquire natural friendly u1Jr abbrti naiad
:
out a
girl friend for Berry 1
coat Berry and me just STARKE COCA-COLA I ttocu. That'* whr yo1 .
waited three BOTTLING .
days ana not bear.t about all we'd made during the Carpenter's Drug Store CO. 1 Coca-Cola called "Coket .

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LD\Y. FEBRUARY 11. 1944
BRADFORD COUNTY TKI.EC.KArH. STARKB. FLOK1I' PAGE Tllln:1t1, :
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SERVICE I II I! named Ciiuit t and lain-.., vrhrrdnplaintiff Kuth. Dfilti..>.. whose residence I..
MEN I i : fi'i'ks iliMini.$ Htifnrtlt'tltit. ri Mm William Wrlton. ilt-ii..nil. I
u...... 01 tnt.rc.t ......... : .' Til.'m,ii.li: shtIi; ; iMil.liHh,:: : I ln-llvriy Mi si", North t 'MI"II, ,,".
.r..ln. I thu 0""ii'i :.n t in xl four, weekly You ,urr t '''|u I red I to appiui on
nm y 114sps BOOT .PIN.
FOUR t nvle 1I t.NtieN.iv Pcliruaiy. Itth, 1044. in the almvaiuiinefl
nrlniclHK nOd frlrnila In are urttril In I ii..... my hiiul: nn<1 ..fr..I..1. ) 1 Conit. anil "ntiHf. %thet, .ln
r rw* and Irtlrm -, Hi at $Mturkv itti I Cf .. .
Klnrlil.1. I hit Krbiiniiy It lit Nr kM illvoiir I Itruilfiuii .
from .
"" hum NrrIpq. I I .
.... rriiamlrU IC writ- i'lid 11144.uiFKUIAI. c '''"t) Tili-Kiaph shall piibllnh. Ibid
.
reporting .,..... to. the WKAL) A. J. Tlioinna ''itler In nrxt four weekly I limurH.VllnvNH .
and rtltlllra V. ,. K K tel 'r)''man,, .Staikc. Florid i. seal at Hiaikf.., Florhlu. this Jan-
-L_ _n. '")'. fur I'lf. 2-4 41 2-5:; till' t > 19th.I IM4Or'HICIAI .
NOW: ( i. MCAK) A. J. Thomaa
es Corsair TECHNICAL SK1MJEANT: IN ( IIKtll-. III It I', III! \lll'itltl) AK t '!o''k of milil. CouitT .
Promotion of Robert C. Long ( n l\l , Kl.l>lllll\l l> tllK \ \. K MI .nk. Ijiniliuni. Htiu-kr., FlorMn
I ..11' Ally for I'lf 1-21 4t 2-11

,.. . son of Mr. and Mrs. Eugene C I xiM'UiH: I'lalntlff' VH M.i Il'IUII.1t -
: Long of Blooker to the rank of ->|I> IIIH c .Ili-lcniliillt: < lice .".;,. J'JM: IN iiuiiir ;;;; ;;:r. mi \i>KniinOINI ;:
OF I'l'W.ICA'I'IOSM ' "
g-Y 1 .\ I > Kl.tlKllttt |' 4 II \\. ,
Technical Sergeant I MlTlCIJ: To ACl'li.VK: < iiii.
lias
been an "".\TP. I OF FMiKIIXV I .., , 'i.'a '
-, tu """ <: '! Mt. KnKl Ic. IMulnllff.I v". : i'I
nounced by the commanding officer Known.4l'.a l i's, whiiHii r e a liltntila, I.... I Muritarrt llookoy Knitl, H"",nIlillll. .;
CIIK<- N.. JKS2.IliUKIt .
of the 300th Infantry Regi. | You '11'i i 'IIIII.t t to aiivar| on ( "!"' Pt' lti..IATtNAZ '
ment 'e. MHI I |h tun, lim) 'in the aliovn' I I"t .MITICH. Tl Al'fUAK .
at B'oit Benning Ga. This i".4'1",. I! ..t a tot' .'it U...', when In STA1; K OK KMIKIDX lo: JlmKtiM't "
regiment Is of the .iiiiiintirf. .. ..k.. ,iivoiv. i.iaiiriiiii, I
part Infantry llonki-y 'i'n lie wlion* ifMlIM -
;School Service Command .jrg '- oiinty T( ti-uraim. U Its ii it n tti ll I_li (!let t.... (14.::1 II Itrilrnt: Stlilft. I'hlluilrlrihlii. ., -
at ,
Ben 'inoiiler 111
n"xt tour weekly : I'fiinHvlviinla.You I '
ning. The Infantry School there 'iNailcM.Mlnvaa. : are ,'cq]Ii|IIM| to npurnr. on
k .. my linn Stat nfflilnl 1 PC'unary 10th. 1 144. 'In the .almvnnnmiil
is the largest of its kind in the ill at "$" Iarkr. Kli.rlila, his .....h. . Cinit ami, I'liiiHH, uhfrrlliplnlntirf .

woild. mni, v Zinl, ,1 11I44. I I ...>.I k.. .11\I ..n...- I",,,ti toil
"'iFFICjAl.' ""IA I.) A. J. Thninna" C.MIIIIV, TflcKnphhall. pnlillxh Kiln
\f I 'i.I'I| |( .,f nit lil "Ciuirt (11",1.
I In mxt.fourciki\ I h "".,...
i I.: I".: "'"'1'' y titan', 1.11 k.'I", hla. Wltni-ioi J
hiiiul
my iuil offlfliiltal I
WANTS THE TELEGIt.\I'll '- \'tfor I'lf ;2-4 . ,. t 1
4t a J.IN at |HIU" -, KI.rl.Ui. I thlx .1.tunnut .'- ,
Edgar: Wilkinson who is now i, *' I'i'li. I'U4
his I ..( , )' I IKI'III(01 IIIIlll tlll-oilll Or'KlciAl.. I IM.: S. .r I Th.."',.... 'I
taking Navy boot training at !I! I" "'I.tI.IIII'1 I' .. *
... ._ I 111'\ An "I"'k nf ..101 ( ...nt i .
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talnbriclge Md., writes his home '" T. Flu'ik. l.nirut, ..MlalkiPlorlilik. i '

lolks requesting that the Tele- I Pictured above IM the first InK'k load of want parvr lo lit" picknl. up In Itru.lford I County by I"II Kllivl:: I rfnilant.Ili'll,. I'laliillffN'. 'os,. =\o.. 2,1 i Iliniinii n.t I,:1. I Ally for I'lf._ i.zi 4t :a-ll )

giaph be sent to him each week. thn Florldu Tlmen-l'nlon nick during the riirrou drl\i- Charli-n C. Coleman tf the War Production (.tI":1I OF' i ITIM.IC\TION:' :] t j
l% .
'SI'' :o.OTII'I'. 'r< 1 AI'I.t>:.-\lt tiitiiir <.111'1.. minfoi He likes it very much up there Board It itlumn congratulating C. H. Havler, T-I' diTiiIulloniniloj,> for bringing. in the first STATE (ii.' KI.OIUUX I tu IK'iuiiiii, 11I1''r"' .'1..111111'1 1'(11' %_ I

even U it does cold truck load. Boy ScouM Girl 4-H Hrll I I whoHf it'..1,1 elttr ,IM I Inkiiiiun, I :IM .
get pretty at I Scout and Club nii-mliern Joined. force In gathering the pIIllt"rIn \ou anleiitilnil, I to II .. Krwln: Hlroltrl., rtalntlff' \.c Aim
|11"/1"| on
i limes. His. address is: Edgar all part of the county.BROOKER -Mllli'll. CI it., | Mtrt.t.ei' frnilant. CIIHC No 2HU4
H'H. )itt H,, ..III'| :
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Wilkinson A-S Co. 4010, Bks. 427-: i.in t IIIKI I'M 1-, a |"( | HI I 1 "' : :
I lilnlnlirr I seeks ill\'i', ,... anil. Malilrn AMI NOTICK TO AI-fCMl) ;
; 't U, USNTS Bainbridge Md. ,Miniii'Mlniril, . llraiiroiil, ( .. STATH ttI". )o'I.C>ltlllA to: Anil
:
, :: I PINE LEVEL Military Store IrlfKIRph. slits I II I Itllllllxll. I I I IhlM (unity ii .i.. .I .Slrnl>cl wh..x. ivMiilriii-a, In MMII-
Minnie I In next fourrcklv IHNIK-N. ,, wm Hamilton Streets_ Han IUPKII.
fly Lou tiazpn 1\11'1I. II. M. Mcltee -
I fly C'I.II f."IaI..
Wltm-KM
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CHANGE OF Changes Hands my unil' ufflrlalBfiil
ADDRESSES HI "ta,k... Klolliln" IhlM ... .b. I You are rrqultcil' ti> nppvar. un
,!. Among the recent new addresses MISSCELLANKOl'S: :! SHOWER Rev. and Mrs. W. E. Hall of I lliniv 2ml.. 11144K'KKiriAl. Krliruarv 21If'U' In tli. aluiv*
Miss Mrs. C. J. Berg a ., .MU.) nanii-it ('.tli. it anil I'RIIHC, wharuluplaintiff ,
Bonnie Mott entertain- Hilliard were among those who opened new A. J. Thi.mai.
to the .
coming Telegraph AH fli-ik iif I Bald i\iurt.: seeks dlvurrn. I-iaJfonl, ,
office are the following: at her home Saturday afternoon enjoyed the birthday celebrationat store last week-end In the K. K. IVnvniHii, "M" a tk*, Klnrlflii. Comity. Tvlrmapll hall I I tubU..h thin :

[ajor Dave Drucker. Marine PfC. O. P. Hutto Co. L, 424th from 5 to 7 with a miscellaneous the home of Mr. and Mrs Call Street locution formerly oc Ally. for fit. :a-4 41 :2-lii: th.t'r l Wltncnit In next my fur hand "'anil nfflilalcciil : ,

IM, son of Mr. and Mrs. Big- Inf., 106 Div., APO 443 Nashville shower h 0 n 0 ring Mrs. Claude David Kelly Sunday. copied by the Columbia Milltar \0'I'U'1' 'I'n ( luIII'roll M ui l Slatk' Klorlilii, this January

;id Drucker of Starke Is shown Tenn. Smith the former Mia Agnes Mrs. W. R. Alford is visitingher Distributors operated here fur All I I".'....".s hnvliiK I I'lalnm. I or .OF"'IAI.) 14th.}. 1.IIH HKAM A. J.
IfiimmlN" him. .. ) Thomas
lUg affectionately on the Sgt. Wm. N. Long. Hq. Btry. Rimes. Contests and games were daughter Mis. Edith Croft. the past three years by Mr. and Fltti'. .ii...> I-nun::. CHIII.VH.th.1">,..ratal."../..1.* ate of, An cirrk of saId ('0111'1.
,
.nellor of his Corealr which he played and late In the evening at Lawtey. Mrs. Hyman Cailton.Mr. hdeuy. ....lIfl.-.. 'ami trijulicil I.. I 1. P I. I"nin,'AII. JII'k.onylll.I ,., Florl.ln' i iI
389 F. A. Bn. APO : Ft. Leonard ., .
445 Atty fur fit. 1.21
41 -ll
file thvir i-iuhiiH, in. .
I so s u c c essfully in refreshments I h. .ffi't. .r . __ ;1!< ;
piloted Wood Mo. of apple pie and hot MIS.; Robt. Myrlck and Miss Catlton was Inducted Into lh. ntinty. I Jttititi* i'f Hrnilriiiil, I .

|lY mlKslona against the Japs Lt. John A. Torode 806th coffee were nerved the kue til. Odessa McRae were visiting their! the Army several month ago I '".liItty. i"I.ri.Iti, in t Ito, ('niiithoimitat 11' ( imiir I <>i ...... iiii\i>f<>iiiI t

Jhe Southwest Pacific. Sqdn., 471 Heavy Bomb. Group The honoree received many loveland brotherlnlaw and sister. Mr. and and Is now on special' duty entertaining ,...1"I"Slnikf" ,,, MI, ...KliirlilH..h.| from, within I ll| .. iliitf right of I I KMMIl..'..Hl.i Klllll\ | 1'\ I II *11t ,

lajor Drucker started flying We Field Mass. useful gifts. Mrs. T. N. Norman Friday even- convalescent soldleia at tillUlKt 'Pllbllfllllltll. I Of IllM notl.-l-. i Viola. .1.) Prawnril. I'liilntlff. vs.I . :
Lover the or I tht. HnttiH will Iwnnin iII ",'. .'... N" ,V. Seaward. I' 0 f rniliint, {
I the Marines four years ago- James G. Alvaiez AMM 3-c. FOOD SALE ing. Valley Forge General Hos i-iinlltiK, lo Ia\\'. Thin' jMiitiury' :80 ('""I* :?''0. 2H.IKI : ;
: before war was declared- Mrs. Susie Lb ke of Lake Gene. pltal In Pennsylvania. MI'!!. Carl- 19H. 4' l<:it (iF PIIHI.ICATIONAMI !
USNR. VF-7 Div. A3 USN :
AS. Saturday afternoon. Feb. 12. i'AI'I. K. I
MNOVKI.OHKNCK \. NdTICH TIH
iccelved his wings at Penga- va and son, Bishop Myrlck of Ion plans to leave Moon for Phil 'I AI'I'IIAU I
'
Vero Beach Fla. beginning at 3 o'clock the Girl I' s'I.YN' "'r." '': ( ,IF KMUUHA .lo.: (leol'im.
He has been In the South- Jacksonville were dinner guests adelphla, where she will reumlan I.-I'A'ICK: ('. KH>\). ,, 'v. 1 Hi-uwaul whip.. rciililvnt' .* In ';
It Pacific since September and Scouta will sell hamburgers\ hot of Mr. and Mrs. H. M. McRae Indefinite length of time tl .\a i Ktcfiiinr i HIK| i ICxi'i-iiti.. ..i.-... or thv ''I ( iklnhoiim. Avc.. Muntlnuton Hlntloii. ,\
a..t l Will I I nnil
TcntHinctil .
I uf Klur- U I.
eg to complete the required HOME KKCENTLYErnest : dogs, pie and coffee. Thin sale and family Sunday.GUM be near her husband. She will HIIIK ('nnii\n., .|..,..........1. j jM ,! You are ri*<|ulr*>4l. In iippcur on

liber of mlflsins and come Garrett Seaman lit will be held near 'Colson's store continue lo mAke her home I In !- 4t 2.2. ,"..linmiy, III 1 h., I IH44 In I lli.. nbovanainiMl .
and the money will to Court anil ca fi.... ultetclii'plalnlirr
Class who has been receiving his go purchase '
f-.e on leave next summer. BRANCHBy Staike where her parents op. > i'lE'l'i' iiiTIIR '1'1'1.\11 I I ..vvk t. .lIyor i i ,'". rtiniirnul
Drucker has eight Navy boot training at Balnbl'ltlge.Md. uniforms for the Scouts. rate Ihs Main Military nintr I BTATIJ (>!-' Ft.Oltll'V I TO 1.10(1: County, Telciiuiph. Khali pnMlnh i Ih''In
!Mre. T N. Norman llAUtlldOK/
J far Major ,, ' : Onlrr In next
was here enjoyinga Betty Long. Scribe. four Weekly IHHIU.H.
recently butors.
Itive Jap planes shot down to You lire iinllfli I >il I Unit 1 1\'., Cohen i WllncwM mv haml nnd ofrirlnloi I
and several "prob- furlough with INFOUMAI: ARTY Mrs. W. T. hIlls of Plant CityIs Under the management of Mrs anil. lifitiiinl, ,'"he.ii 'Imvit fll I.I.tI I their I, >al at Stark, Klorldu, tlila ..liininirv .
credit him... noronin. .. _MI'. .. KWorti petition' for I h.> niloiti' | It.si of Ilith IW44OFFICIAL .
v In a recent letter to his t-- --- -- Friday night a crowd of young spending this week with her Beig the store will be called l.fo .Merrll llnllii" "ink, u minor, In <(< : HKAL.) A. J. Tho,"...
and Mrs. F. M. parents Mr. and MN. J. N. Nor. Glsl.ilm's" and will the ('ir't.tl' Court of lliuilfoi.lCiuiniv. . Aa c'I""k i'f .11 lei (',,."rt.
nts Major Drucker describes :*1 :3arrett on their people gathered at the home of carry curios Klorlilii. In. < 'ht,n.'ei'y. I'"... 'r. Km ilk Laniliuni. pturk! Floilria,
lot his recent missions as fol- Miss Marie Edwards to enjoy a man.Miss gifts military supplies, etc. Gis No Z71MI.\ nnil' you tire i'iiiuiniiitil. .. 8 farm south of Various Marie Sapp left Wedncs lain Is Mrs. Berg's maiden tut unit fiiitHr| | In sit 1,1 Conrt.' anilCM -
and name. .
3tarke. He likesh party. games con .UK.* on .Muri-h ii l, 1 114 4, ti it.I) to iv riiKiir (>i ..'r. miI..F )IIII ,
first contact I ran Into te-its were played. About 50-peo. day of last week for Valdosta, and she Is using It because her C h..w i'HiinH why Nitlil pclltliin I I I I.lll'NTl.' KI.OHIIItl 1'1"' A:%-
my e Navy fine Ga., where she will visit hebrotherinlaw (ol'mer. merchandising connections fihouhl' nut hn itlantt'il.. 111'mlforilCnnntv I ( KIIV.Tfairl: .
,arm of the devils and fired pie enjoyed the affair and a nice .... TclficrHMi' IN 'I.lt>nliinr, <. direction. The results --i' md believes that time was reported by all. and sIster. Pvt. were In that name. Her nun- I wHimpi-r, r lu whl<'l), thin' nI ,,- l.i'liliv' II. Klim. .e.ji.dnt. Can*
very I and Mrs. Dewey Wni'ren. band Tech. Sgt. llerg, Is nla lri situ.II IM iltilv' puhllphiMl.Wltnenn % . No. 25114tItJtiIt *-*
I n't very good nor too bad .he training he ruv hHml .unit the seal ( OF rrm.icATiovANIl 0)
Pvt. Eugene Long. who has Mrs. Robert and Miss. tloned
first crack at It. I shot Myrlck at Camp Bland Ing, nf Hiilil Clmilt Court. Hi 1 tIttI rite.. I NIITICH: Til API'KAIt 1
my Is now receiving been visiting his parents left Sun Odessa McRae of Pine i Level Mrs. lleig to I llraiiroiil C'oiinly.t "Kluililii tliU January HTATM) OF' FIXIIIIHA I I tu Irf-ht.r '1
be
I In
out of two planes and sawo expects 2MI h. 1944. Tl. Klnir whoNi. rcnlilnr4i In 3lrdMiirKlinl
Hill be beneficialo for Salt Lake
day Utah.
City were visiting their sister MisT .
down smoking although Starke at least. for the duration A. J. Till 'M A-t. I I lloxpllHl.. A. !'. O, 921: ,
Idn't go him even af- First Class Yeoman. W. C. N. Norman Friday evening of or perhaps permanently. She will rink of mi M' Clri'iiie I Cnnit' Han. FianrlHrn. California.
see them actually hit I- Knight A KnlHhl A,,1\'''. f..r l'..- i You arc rrqulrcil to appear nn'Frlituary
""atel' I did have a few, Qn ,ter he returns to Crosby of Green Cove Spring last week. be joined soon by her parents tm.ini-rp., (4 )Ft'Il' 'IA I. HKAI.) 19.. h., l 1144. In (lie ahnvattamcil .
la home on a 19-day: furlough. Mrs. Eliza Hllf of Hellbron Mr. and Mra. A.. J. Gfslaln 2-i 41 2-25: i'diirt and cii.,..,. whereinfilnlntlff
tail at various times and led civilian life after the war. who / I Nccki,. II I y"r"8. UratI ford
I chase. Got a can- Mr. and Mrs. Earnest Edwards baa been visiting friends and will assist her In the store l\ "IIU'I IT ('01 "'r. UN tllP-'OIIU County Telegraph uliall pitMlcli tits
a merry relatives. in this section for the <' l\Tt PMlllllltl t\' Orilcr In next four weekly I.""....
l->hot In my flaps but got WOUNDED IN ACTION were visiting relatives in Jasper < 1:114tt'ltu.i"'. Wit.... my hand 'nml nfflrlul
1 in I've been last week. They also visited Cp past week. Marriage Licenses ? ., fittinpy..itiInt, it?. v...11"// .seal, lit I Ktnrkc, florlila. tItUs Junuarv -
good shape. Pfc. Robert L. Hunt U. S. Mr. and Mrs. A, D. Norman ,ftitth l >oliify. I it'fenilil, ,lit I'" Ifith.' 1044OFKICIAI
I to visit them several 1 times Marine Corps was recently and Mrs. Talmadge Kelly In Val made business. to Galnesvllle 2K81. ( ., HKAI.) A. J, TholnnaAa .
a trip .
and dosta Ga. Eulas R. Slayter, Camp Blan. OFtnRIl ftp IM'IIMCATION: I Cli-l. k of xalil Court. "
I'm rather sure they
wounded I In action according to Saturday.Mr. ANt: >> NIITK'H 'I"l API'KAII8TATI5 T. Fiank. Lnndrum, Hlarkc. FloridaAlly ,
t enjoy it a bit. Ran down a Navy Department casualty list Mr. and Mrs. Ray Green and and Mrs. L. G. Norman ding anil Mary Bradley Stark', UK1 KMtritnA to: Kfflu: for l'ir 1-91 4t 2-11 I
Jan. 25.Leo .
latreet of a town yesterday published on Jan. 20. His wifeIs children spent the week-end In and little daughter Linda Lee Il'

Bering lead in every dljectlon.I a resident of Starke. Waldo with Rev. and Mrs. G. K were visiting Mr. and Mrs. Ral Raymond Nlehaus 'amp i

about time the yellow devils McGauley. sigh Conner near Starke Sunday Blanillng und Helen Gertrude WE CAN USE MORE PULPWOOD

Ithe word and ran." Robbie Parrlsh. and Dona Dukesof Uilpln, Litchfleld. 111., Jan 29.
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Yarbrough of
MISSES THE PAPER Anley' Hodge Camp Blanding. VVUITE TIMBER DEI'AUTMENT:
ajar Urucker's brother 1st Dukes were here on business
Lawtey were visiting Mrs. Nancy '
January 28, 1944 and I Etta Victoria Dykes Lex CONTAINER CORPORATION OF AMERICA
Joseph J. Drucker, a bomber last week Keen Friday afternoon.Mrs. .
Somewhere Sea
at logon, Tenn Feb. 1,
Is at Gulfport Miss., and' Dear Mr. Matthews: Mrs. Rosa Plnholster has returned Nancy Keen spent the Lawrence J. 14 a a iello, Camp FERNANDINA, FLA.

cts to leave soon for over-. home after an extended week-end In Jacksonville with
Since changing my address recently Blnnding, anti Eva Louise VVIlk
I duty. visit with her son, Guy in Jack relative .. ..
ins Los Calif. .- -
I haven't been receivingthe Angeles Jan 27. -t- on" -- ---- T' -I
ftonVtlle. Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Sapp and
Telegraph. Could William A. Reynolds, Camp
you possibly
[:MOTKD TO SERGEANT send the back issues ? Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Markey. little son. Rudolph. were visitingMr. Blanding. and Mary Richard Bal
me Prompt Service Careful Drivers
Diaries. Shepherd son of Mr. ,' These mean more than Mrs. W. O. Rimes and A. B. Sur- and Mrs. Raleigh Conner near tlmore. Md., Feb. 2.
papers
:Mrs. E. P. Shepherd of' Starke Sunday afternoon.Rev. .
rency spent Thursday with R. E. Leonard
anything now. They are the next Kunze Camp Blandlng
|ke, has been promoted from H. L. Chapln of Belleview f
thing to a letter: from home or Parrish of Dukes. Mr. Parrish and Irene Rlgler Chicago. 111..
ral to the rank of Sergeant actually being there celebrated his 75th birthday on was visiting Mr. and Mrs. T. N. Feb. 3.John. Starke Taxi Service

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[rdlng to an announcement Norman Sunday afternoon.
that day. A. '
Jones Camp
Blandlng
Camp Kearna Utah where Everything Is swell with me Mrs. F. S. Shaw of Lawtey 'I'I
,
Mr. and Mrs. Baric Green anti Sarah J. Lampley Win tel I
stationed. and I surely would like to bear was visiting her slater Mrs
Mrs. Earnest Edwards Mr. and Haven, Feb. 3. Phone 150 I
'- from some of the old Callstreeters Felix Sapp Wednesday of last
ll-V AT GREAT LAKES around there. Good luck and I Mirs. T. W. Markey. and Mrs. week. James A. Welch Waldo and ,

E. J. Lewis spent Friday after LJnnle Scarbrough. Waldo Feb.
Vo to all soon.
hope see
Bradford Countlan Mor-, you
!
noon In Gainesville. 4. Night
JL. TUghman of Brooker andy Waiter M. King, RM 3-c USNR Starke Baptists Day

y Nettles son of Mrs., LST 603, care Fleet P.' M. Mr. and Mrs. Guy Pinholster ,

Nettles of Starke are New York N. Y. were visitors here Sunday after Send 20 Kits II f"IRfTI'r dottir HHtllPOHIl I---- ---p i iI

g tbe new recruits at the noon.Mr. To Russians f'OI' >TV. FI.OMIII4I l4114' %. I
( EU
S. Naval Training Station HOME ON FURLOUGH and Mrs. E. J. Lewis anton William'. Richardson, Plaintiff I 1

It Lakes, 111. Cpl. Lucian G. Alvarez was a Allen and little Edward and Tn room-ration with other Southern !:.. "}!"" _Itlrhardaun.! 1I".nd..nl. _.,, ,'iI V.. 5 ..TTT'M 0 .T'. A ST ITVi5Int

hey are now receiving in- recent visitor at the home of hlq, Jean Endicott were guests of -Baptist; Churches the Starke to.. no.>KU"ZUJB.OIII OF. f'l'f'I.'ATIO'r! I '"' r. nu.. Ol I JhL.J1ll..sQuick

ftion in seamanship military mother Mrs. Sarah Alvarez. Cpl. Mr. and Mrs. R. K. Dukes and church sent last week to Russia ANI NflTK'R TO API'KAIt; (
and Mrs. D. H. Dukes of KTATK OK KUjltlI A to: Klva' Service High Quality Work
been In service Mr.
and naval procedure. Soon' Alvarez has military via Russian War Relief In New tlchanlnon, whm residence' la 177

will be given a aeries of 28 months and Is now stationed Worthington Springs Sunday. York City N. Y., 20 kits, especially . City.ffciuth Utah.7th' Hlret Wl., Malt l.ak - - .-

l"de tests for determiningher at Pascagoula Mils. Whileat Mr. and Mrs. Frank Reynolds prepared and designed for You are rp.pIred to appear on

they will be assigned to home he was joined by his sister and children of Reddish were emergency use of Russian refugees. March 11th., IB44 In the abuvonamril NEW METHOD CLEANERSMr.
Court .
,f the Navy's service schools Mrs. Nelson Faulkner of guests Sunday of Mrs. Reynoldsmother Contents of the kits plaintiff seeks and tlriifu cauao' and, Wherein nupp'-i.

) Immediate active duty at Charleston S. C. Mrs. Faulkner Mrs. Mary Thomas. which cost $3 each Included two of Child. Kradfnrd County Tl' and Mrs. E. O. Edwards, Proprietors

prior to her marriage was Miss E. J. Lewis and son Allen were pounds lump sugar a half pound next graph four ihall Weekly p.,hItch. |..u.I his*... Order, It

Ruth Alvarez. one of BradfordCounty's business visitors In Starke Satur hard candy knitting needles for Witness my hand and nfflcln, PHONE 135 315 TEMPLE AVE. !

I seal at Htarkv. .Florida thin JI.*...
teachers. lea for
SOTIOE popular young day. sweaters knitting nee d ruary 2nd, IM4.( STAKKE FLORIDA ;
--- Mr. and Mrs. Malcolm Harrell socks, packages of soup-mixture A. J. ThOmas, ,

I accordance with Section 18. IN NORTH PACIFIC I I I and daughter. Catherine Mrs. soap, crochet n e dIe.1 gloves Aa Clerk of aald,OFFICIAL tnrt. HEAD ,

ter I, Compiled General Lawa Staff Sgt. Edgar M. Lewis. son Beulah Harrell Mrs. Guy Har needles. pins, and thread. Knight Knight Htark, Florida' I- '
.
lorlda Acts of 1930 I will be of Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Lewis of rell. and Mrs. Harry Ware were The kits were prepared by Ally*. for I'lf. 3-4 4t 2-itS: }

1" following named places on Brooker has been transferred in Jacksonville on business Mon the Community Missions commit.tee I Ifl j i

Mys and dates stated hereinhe somewhere on the far North day. of the Starke W M S. Mn.: i v i'UIf'II'r ('4>iHr.TV 1111 snro. ,. I. CARRY FUNDS

| purpose of receiving Tax pacific. His new address Is S. Friends of Mrs. Florence Varoe-' Chan. Torres chairman :Mrs. H. .'<>! \. FI.OHIIHl l\ t .1 5 %.
4
|ns. also applications for Sgt. Edgar M. Lewls-34050057: doe will be sorry to know that L. Brownlee Mrs. R. B. Alvarez. Kittr.Wilbur If. Drip' Plaintiff, ... Ar- ;

|stead Exemption. Btry. F. 264th C. A.. (H.D.) APO she I la ill with the flu. Irs. G. W. Alderman and the IIn. U"lp. />rf'ndant. ('as.. No ,

.tey, City Wednesday. 9422. care Postmaster Seattle Yeoman W. C. Crosby. Mrs. president. Mrs. A. E. Llghtfoot. 25 I 0.ORDER OF PflLlfATIOVAVI fl--:; -
Hall
Wash. J. W. Thomas and son. Wayne The congregation of the church ) NOTICB TO AI'I'KAH III; THIS ,

| 16th from 9 to 11 A. M. and Miss Hazel Crosby were in laid more than ISO STATE OF" FORII A lo: Arlln .. ,.
at voluntarily .'
months
Lewis spent 11 . '
resa. Post Officce. Wed- Sgt. help wh. rr ldn -e la Ii3l Tllnh. t -
Hancock. N. J., before being Gainesville Tuesday. on the table displaying the contents man Ht.. All.ntown. I'trnnaylvanla. SAFEWAY
y, Feb. 16th 2 3mptOn Fort <
from, to of Gainesville the close of the' You ar requireS. to appear on
"transferred and he writes his A. A. Hazen of a kit. at :Starch III h., 2944! In the above 7l :.n j

folk as usual not to worry visited relatives here Sunday.Mr. 'morning worship service. ,Mmd Ctnirt and IAIIN, wherein _
,
Saxon' Store WeJ- that he will be O. K. and Mrs. A. E. McKinney These 20 were one of many plaIntiff' se.k. fllvorrv BradfordI f
> about him t.unty Telegraph hall publishthis
'
y. Feb. 16th. from 3:30: to He that he is no colder of Starke were visiting relatives units given by churches over the Order In n*>t fair wklv, ,
says
14.barn.. last!.*.
and the total of kits
where he Is now than when he here Sunday.Mr. Southland WItness my hand. and official, LooM cub can b. a dangerous traveling companion and under ,

.. Post Office. Thursday. was In New Jersey as he has and Mrs Tim Thomas of from all churches was about 42- .#al at Htark. blonds this F..b.jfJlt. present condition, protection of fund is a problem.The safe surewar ", ,
[ nth. from 9 to 10 A. M. La Crosse visited R. E. Hszen 000. Each kit bore the statement 1544. "
much warmer clothing to wear. (, BEAD A. J. Thoma i* to chaag your cash into American Eipreai Trt.clerCheque . !

Poker, Post Office Thursday. He hopes to be home to stay before and family Sunday.Mr. In Russian and English this kits Aa clerk' nf paid Court.T. he/.r. you ltt*. They arc the alz. of a dollar bill and maybe \ M I

|nth from J,(. and Mrs. Eldon Hardy a gift from a Southern Bapl Frank Iwindrum Htarke, Florida io is all that U If .1.
10:30: to 12 A. long.ENJOYS Atty. for "''1'. 2.4 4t >.ISIX spent any low a-your signature required. i
,'. River. Post Office Thura- visited relatives In Enigma. Ga., t Church to our Ally Russia". loss, stolen or dewroyed uncounterwgocd yeas loss i Is refunded '\ I :

eb. TKLEOBAPH over the week-end. In addition each kit from Starke promptly bf American Epre. !1:
17th. from 3 to 4 P. J,(. .
Assessors Robert Myrick. who 1s Mrs. Harry Baxter and .-on. contained an evangelist tract. an ..IRf.! IT ('0! NT. HmilFOHIJr American iprt* Traveler Cheque. are blue-and are J"u.J '
office at the Cpl. .
House a yhe is getting along Charles were visitors here Sun envelope addressed to the churchat l'1TV, Fl.ORIUt 1. (114- IndcgiomrnaionaotlO$2OSosnd tlOO. The coal I* )ic( ,. I
will be closedthe overseas. '
1 two and enjoys reading the Telegraph Starke. and a greeting on the jrta: :.r.;. Carter, Plaintiff' v*. (lSj oa each: 910O purchattd), minimum "0".- Otxaim. 'itP J' '

l days, but all other fine although rt is sometimes day.Seaman Junior Brown of New utslde. Christian Greetings from Oar Carter. Defendant. Caae Ko. e. Ju. Railway Express office sad al maoy camps sod !.._.. t tI 1$
days to 1 will UU. '.
me in April you to him. His addresn York Is visiting his sister Mrs. the WMS of the First Baptist ORDER ('IF rt'PLIfATIOW
[ the office to assist late getting
ANn NOTl K Tf APPEAR :
Myrlck.14083193.: Lory Mott. Church. Starke Florida. Thus r'AMERICAN
any way that I can. 18:. Cpl. Robert KTATE OF FLORIDA to: Oscar EXPRESS
Ord. Malnt. Co. (A.F.). Mrs. Carrie Ingram of Stark Starke ha spread a measure of Carter wboae realdance Ie Un.IIn..n. -

Respt., E. W. Hayes 2006th Group APO 492 care and son. Cpl. Hugh Incram, visited Cbrtmian goodwill to th. heartof \ '
28t1 DePot required lo on TRAVELERS
You ar. appear
CHEQUES
Tax AessOr.2Il postmaster. New York. N. Y. relatives her Sunday. Russia through these ktts.' March .lb.. UHf In tke above _

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; PAGE POUR BRADFORD COUNTY TKLEGKAPII. STAItKK. FLORIDA FRIDAY FEKRUAKY II, In..!


Methodist Circles Beautification i Birthday Party Friday, Feb. 11, 3:30: p. m. at the Auxiliary To I
I
II SOCIETY and CLUBS J 'I bowling alleys in the USO-NCQS. Meet

.. Met Monday Is Topic AtWoman's For Dick Smith Special Valentine dance ( or St. Mark's Auxiliary
-- Chapter
Club At Kindergarten couples Saturday, 8:30: p. m. No. 1 will meet 1 '
Mrs. A. F. Sauls hostess to Wednesday
the States. He died April 18, was Refreshments and entertainment. Feb
U. D. C. Members Circle Number One of theWoman's 16 at 8 p. m. In the
1033 at the honored and ripe old Mrs L. A. Canova chairmanof Dickie Smith celebrated his I Crafts Mon., Tues., Thurs., Rectory. EpuCOM;

Have Lovely Tea age of 95 years. Society of Christian the Beautification Committee, third birthday Joyfully Wednesday Fri. 1:30: to 4:30 Mrs. H. E

At Davis HomeThe There are five grandsons of Service on Monday afternoon at.. led the discussion on the "Clean when his mother, Mrs Hogan Belns, Instructor.
I her home which was decorated I Month," Smith entertained her small son Mrs. George E.
Col. Weeks who are following In Up and Beautify Starke Keep Fit Gym Class Mon., Hick.- --II,; ,n
W. T. Weeks Chapter, U. his patriotic footsteps, by serving; with azaleas.yellow jassamlne narcissiand Feb. 11 through March 11, which and his classmates at the Peter Wed., Fri 10:30: a. m. Mrs. Airy, N. C., arrived her Sund7
World War II. the topic of Interestat Pan Kindergarten with a surprise to spend an indefinite !
D. C., was entertained by Mrs. Uncle Sam In was principal A. R. Ponder, instructor. teat: h
L. A Davis, Mrs. W. G. Halle They are Major Harold C. Wall, The meeting was opened by the Woman's/ Club meetingheld party from 10 o'clock until time with her husband vk, 0/,/
Mrs. J.V.. White and and Class J
and Mrs. Joe E. Wilson, at the who serves the Army In St. Augustine prayer by In the club ''rooms Wednesday noon. Sewing Knitting -- stationed at Camp Blanding
Miss Olive Ray led In the spirituallife Monday 2:30: p. m. Mrs
home of Mr. and Mrs. Davis, on ; Fla; Major James William afternoon. Mrs. Marian Dovedytla and Mrs.

Wednesday afternoon o f last i Brownlee serves the Army lesson her"subject being "Ef The meeting was presided over Billie Braoddus teachers of the J. W. Healey, Instructor. '. '; . . ."'; . :.... .
week at Camp Blending as a dentist; I ficient Prayer. by the president Mrs. H. C. RItch. school directed a aeries of nursery Discussion Group 1:30: ;
Capt. John Milton Brownlee Is In Mi's. L. D. Vlning, circle chair Mrs. Canova stated that the games before refreshmentswere Tuesday Mrs. Lawrence McKII

I used Pink In gladioli decorating and the azaleas living room were England; Sgt W. T. Weeks is I man, presided over the business month of Feb. 11 through\ March served at a long,. low table lop, leader. .Spedat; POLICIES
session. Mrs. A. Wood was
seated. A at present In North Africa; Major appointed 11 has been designated as clean set gaily with colorful flowered 8:30
Bingo Thursday. m.
where the guests were I and p. ;
S. T. Dell Is at Camp Blan I assistant secretary; up and beautification week for cloth with design repeated in FOR MEN' AND WOMEN
Movie 9:30
short business session was presided Pearce Shorts Thursday : p.
with
Bertha appointed
Mrs. was certain
the first vice-president, ding Besides these five grandsons Starke and she urged that each both plates and napkins. Favors m. physical
over by after of Col. Weeks there are two as a new member of the parsonage resident plant flowers and shrub were noise makers and candy filled Impairments. You may
Miss Mad g e Mlddleton. liberal offering Regular Army Wives Luocheon
I committee. A not be
Krand-sons-ln-law, Major Howe bery during this period. .. baskets decorated 'with nursery uninsurable
which followed a beautiful pro for both Thursday.. 12:30 by reservation
taken pledge .
was N. 1>
and and characters. WAINWRIGIIT
Murdock, serving In Miami; It was urged that garbage rhyme JR.
gram. who and local work moved the I the table a large only.Birth Telephone 102
Earl H. Johnson, recently trash cans be to rear Centering was
As February 2nd Is the birth volunteered for service In the Air Mrs. W. G. Halle opened the of homes and placed at the front, white birthday cake with pink 300 Temple Avenue
day anniversary of Sidney Lanier, program with a review of an article AnnouncedMr. Starke, FloridafepraMnffaa
Corps only on days when trash Is being and green accents and a greeting
the noted Southern poct, and also entitled "Crusade for a New
collected' Vlaltors to Starke often In script reading "Happy Birth
the the table THI MUTUAL
In dining room UFI
the birth month of Col. W. T. World I Order"; and was followedby comment on the unslghtllness) of day, Dickie." Three pink candles and Mrs. J. A. Shadd are DUURANCI COMPANY NEW You

Weeks for whom the chapter was covered with a white lace Mrs. D. E. Knight who talkedon garbage cans which some residents were lighted atop the cake the parents of a daughter born on ]A Nnqu a.N,'. N...ran N"r
i was named. It has been decidedto cloth and centered by an arrange "Eight Peace Problems". Mrs. Feb. 5.
I keep near the street In first piece of which Dickie, him _
have a program and tea hon- ment of red roses, white narcissiand Bertha Pearce gave excerpts hom"Russla's front of their homes at all times, self, cut and served to his guests -"'- -
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oring these two noted men. snapdragons,, while the central Message to Christians"; Mrs. Canova stated.! She reported along with other miniature bIrth. -
Mrs L. A. Canova opened the Mrs. Alfred Okonczak who l Is the FUNERAL DIRECTORMy
arrangement was balanced' excellent cooperation on the day cakes frosted in pink and ,
beautiful program with a piano wife of a soldier at Camp Blan- part of the Mayor and membersof green. With this, the children Many Yearn Experience Makes It Possible for Me to Render I
solo "Etude" (Chopin) ; and was by red and white candles in silver ding: reviewed 1 "Freedom of Wooship" \ the City Council. had home made ice cream andtlntt'(1 EFFICIENT. PROMPT and COURTEOUS SERVICE I

1 followed by Mrs. Davis readinga holders. Mrs. O. L. Beasley and ; and the program was con The club donated $10 to the punch. MODERATE PRICES i

sketch of the life of Sidney Mrs. George W. Roberts pouredtea cluded by Miss Amy Coburn reviewing USO-YMCA for shrubbery and Dickie was gleerul over a cow

Lanier. Mrs. Ethel M. Biggs and coffee and the hostesses "Christians in' Africa". beautification of .the grounds boy suit the gift of his mother, DeWITT C. JONES i

sang "Trees and my Master", the served sandwiches Refreshments of hot tea, sandwiches around the building. This work and many prettily packaged presents StH-rke. Florida

words being written by Lanier; openfaced and cake were served by la being carried out by the WSO from his little friends who I I"'F' .R ..._".. .... ... ..,,_ ...

Mrs. r. F. Demorest then read olives, pickles mints and squares the hostess, ass 1 s t e d by her under the direction of Mrs. L. S. were\ Nancy Ruth Johnson David

"The Marshes of Glynn"; and a of Iced cake. daughter. Miss Louise Snyder. Davis. Canova Margaret Rose Duncan

medley of Southern airs waa sung There were 22 chapter members Circle Number TwoM..s. Mrs. T. H. Osborne read the Sandra Johns, Virginia Jean Dar WONDER Novelties

by the entire group.A and 18 guests present at this . A. Z. Adkins was hostessto revised by-law of the club and by, Butch Smith Diana Smith.

short sketch of the life of lovely affair. Circle Number Two at her they were accepted. Yearly reports Gall Duke Billy Torode Margie GIFT FLORIDA Souvenirs
Weeks written by Miss home on N. Walnut St., where the Arlene
Col. was by vice-president were Reaper Nancy Reaper
Olive Ray and read by Mrs. Birth Announced she used early Spring flowers to given, marking the end of a year Ghartock, Mickey Melragon, Sally SHOP Gifts

Luther G. Powell. William Theo- make the living room more attractive of excellent accomplishments.At Manahan Jarett Jennings, Shi-

pilus Weeks ,iwas born Feb. 1ft Lt. and Mrs. Robert Pulti who ; the close of the meeting refreshments anne Smith and Mary Lois Star 25c. to $10

1838, in Elllsvllle, Columbia have been residents of Starke for Mrs O. C. Powell conducted. the were served by the ling, all Kindergarten classmates,
moved the several months while the dev o t Ion a I service and after L/ H. and Jean
County Florida: he to past hostesses Mrs. ; Jennings, Nency Bevan Smith 234 E. Call. St.
Starke In 1889 and for 2 years i Lieutenant is stationed at Camp prayer an article was reviewedby Mrs A. E. Lightfoot. Mrs. H. H. Mary Agnes Matthews and Bobby

held the position of Clerk of the I Blandlng announce the birth of Mrs. W. B. Sewell her subject Young Mrs. F.' F. Stump and Sapp visitors. Grown-ups attending "'------- - -----_._---,--

i Circuit Court for Bradford Coun a 7 pound daughter at Station being "Problems of Post War Mrs. 1* A. Canova.Improvements the party In additionto

ty. Col. Weeks was an outstanding Hospital on last Saturday morn- Peace". The business session was the teachers, were Mrs. Charles TO WHOM 'IT MAY CONCERN:

Between presided over by Mrs E. I K. were much needed, and Mrs E. L. Matthews.
soldier In the War Ing.MARGARET'S Temple I will be located. at
Holllngsworth Novelty Shop on So.
Perryman circle Chairman, and and a good offering was taken
Mrs. I. P. Shepherd" acted as secretary for that purpose. 'alnut St., In Starke from Feb. 1 to and Including Feb. 29

pro-tern. It was announced The circle was pleased to welcome Birthday Tea to advise and assist. with filing Income Tax Returns and I

I', GIFT SHOP that Mrs. L. W. Koch would Mrs. W. T Clute as a new Marks Anniversary assure ;you that each Individual return will have my careful

.I' entertain the circle in March. member. Of USO ClubsApproximately consideration and will be' fairly compiled! for the pro-

Across from Park Theatre Mrs. Adkins who Is chairman of Mrs. Adkins served her guests lection of the taxpayer 'Hnd the Treasury, of the United

work on the church grounds refreshments of hot tea, sand I 250 people attended State, please list all Income and all expense. A one dollar

y r Novelties - Jewelry stated that shrubbery and other wiches and cookies. the birthday tea at the I error In deduction. could cost! you from $2 to 91000.'

... .. USO-YWCA Friday afternoon I
- -- -- - - ---- - - -- on
GIFT WRAPPING February 4. The tea was heldIn H. O. BROWN,

commemoration of the third
r Carolyn Callstreet anniversary of the establishmentof ._p,-_-.-- _ _._ ... .. 1 1 ____._

lr >r the United Service organizations '

i and was sponsored jointly SEA FOODS CHICKEN DINNERS

.. y_>\f the A_rlvlorr.. ,. Committee and _=
----- ------ ---- .I n .I
' FOR SAFETY COMFORT AND ECONOMY RIDE STEAKS
l' Wives' CHOPS
the Army Council of the
Things. I Like About Call- of the Lieutenant's Ingenuity and

! FLORIDA MOTOR LINE BUSSES street-: heart(, over a, gyp of breakfast Uso.Miss Madge, Mlddleton, chair DELICIOUS HOME-MADE CHILI

coffee at Koch's tother morning,
tr Those feather-light, "raised" man of the Advisory Committee
FOR COURTEOUS CORRECT INFORMATION doughnuts at Lap pe's Bakery how' the. casting rod was made Mrs. R. E. Kilgour chairman of TEMPTING TASTY. SANDWICHES

PLEASE PHONE 147 . Only trouble-they sell so', . Seems It Is a bit of radio the Council; Mrs. Nat Sternberg DELICIOUS HOME MADE PIES
t
fast I hardly ever get there until I antenna salvaged from a local
I, Mrs. H. C. RItch Mrs. William .. ,
r they're "fresh out" . Junk yard and banded together Thomson. Mrs Harlan McQutston,

UNION BUS STATIONLACY The chirrupy voice of Mrs. Ed by copper that Lt. Street usuallyuses Mrs. Eugene Hamm tuba C. W. A & A LUNCHEONETTE
take dental
Dahmer at Petite Photo Studio to Impressions Smith and Miss Sara Reed director
CONWAY, Agent .. The handle he admits lathe of the USO formed the 24-Hour ServiceIn
only "store\ boughten" piece,
t Temple Are. Starke, Florida The golden brown fried chickenat coming from the hardware up receiving line to welcome the Park Theatre Bldg. Starke, Floridil

Joe's Grill . guests.
I the street . This clever modelof
The sky blue eyes and raven. tie angler's art may be seen The valentine motif, togetherwith .:0'-----._ _,____________
the birthday idea, was carried
tresses of Irene Lewis at Starke
In action on the sandy shores of
Cleaners . out in the table and other
Dry
.
KIngsley Lake almost
The World's News Seen Through anyone decorations around the club. The
That regal looking lapel pin of these balmy afternoons . .
THE.CHRISTIAN SCIENCE MONITOR Pat Lambe wears Snitched For It's al\\ay fair weather centerpiece for the tea table wasa
a
huge birthday cake landing on
An International Daily Newspaper from the broad shoulder of her when Callstreetera get together! a large red paper heart with lacy n, II'l' l I '
,
!
brother Joe a Major In the Then It must have been very fair !, ;III
I _
Truthful
-Conitructivt-Unbiased Frta from Scnutional frills, and surrounded at the bane
i.. i 11m-Editorials Ar and Inilructiv Canadian Army now serving in weather. Indeed, on a certain ship
Timely and lu Daily by fern and narcissus blossoms ,Ik
1 Ftaturi, Together with the Weekly Magazine Section, Mak. England . "going across" a week or so ago Bowls of azaleas graced other .!! Ht41j4 ;
tha Monitor Ideal . Who should find themselves Ili Ii Ii It! ) i iIlhpibltIiI1
Those )
for the Boston {,
an Newipaper Horn. bacon-stripped lit
................--...............--..........................- treading the tables around the room. Mrs. h 1)I ; Illl,l I 4 iIi II I
baked beans served to !
hungry up same gang plank
+ Th. Chriitian Science Nat Sternberg, Mrs. H. E. Beins I { r
; On, Norway Street. Boston Publishing, MauacKmrtia Society Army wives at USO-YWCA . but Lt. Lillian Stump Lt. AI Kay I and Mrs. Laurence McKIIlop arranged {! fII II II hI' ul ll( I II II I IIli
( Anderson's of Carlisle and Lt. Bill (Little
' Myrtle recipe
r Price $12.00 Yearly or fl.OO a Month. the decorations
Mitch) Edwards! . Bet there
Saturday Ii.ue course) . .
including Year. The
Magnsma Section. $2.60 a program\ was an Informal
Introductory Offer 6 Saturday luuet 2J Centt. Mae Parker's courtesy and accommodating was some tall reminiscing when presentation of all the club activities -

', Name----............_..____..__....__._.___._.__.____._._ manner. In the those the three. got. together to chew simultaneously: I' 0 0 m aregistry
County Judge's office (Evenon rag service
,
Ironing,
Addreii...................._........--..........._....... blue Monday mornings) washing letter-wr 1 tin i g sewing crafts,, i iI

SAMr :3 COPY ON REQUEST The yellow grits served with Hear Jimmy Bnronlrc has traded gym, bridge weekly paper singIng .
scrambled eggs and ham at his captain's bars for the gold
eating and so forth. It closed -
Koch's in the "Brunch Booths", leaves of a major . Congratulations with the whole
en'tnu', ,, Add coincidences group-singing
nfl crowded each those :
lT i ni h i morning by "Happy
Birthday" to the USO
; lucky ladies who sleep 'til ten Every single member of the receiving after which USO
pins for 80
{ E line at ,the, YWCA tea
LUNCHEONETI hours of volunteer service in the
I KOCH'S SODA i The cheerful chuckle and con last Friday afternoon wore either Club were awarded by Mrs. W.

stant good humor of One (Ford pink or black or a combinationof 1:. Bateman program assistant, VALENTINEYour

c Garage) Wiggins . And in the two! . The girls stoutly to the following: Mrs. R. E. Kil

; these times, too . deny that the Idea was prearranged gour, Mrs. A. R.
Ponder Mrs.
CLUB BREAKFAST SERVED I The poise and charm of Myr- . Add similes: Happyas Mites N. Stump Mrs. R. M. I

.' tlce Carpenter, who makes you Joe Wilson when a certain Thomas and Mrs Richard Hewitts. SAY
-
1 FROM 9 A. M. 8 P.1.: i think In terms of "Her Lady patriotic CallstreAter handed him 1r
ship" . Truly a Southern a 'check for $7,500 for $10,000 Russian coffee ,h Ill 'I''u uIIII
tea.
25c up gentlewoman I'd say . worth of bonds T T.Ntwi '. open-faced ,
sandwiches mints!, and cake were
The depth of expression in those (: Hem) served
immediately following the ,Ili ,
1 ; Itl{ (ik
exotic dark eyes; of Thelma Whiteof ;
program. Mrs.\ W. E. Mlddleton i4I
the Florida Theatre family . C.IKOI.KS OF IUIIHF.II
Plate Lunches Mrs. K. K.
Vegetable Plates Perryman, Mrs. G. C.
MOVE: .
Could like this forever .TItTIlERW.V
on ,
1 go Powell. Mrs.
Jack
Mrs.
Shea
11 :30 8 P. :SI. I Vegetables & Salad I guess . But I don't want to I WASHINGTON: D. C. -- New Richard Heuntls and Mrs. J. W.

l make you fellows away from Call- girdles and garters of synthetic Healy poured.On .
40c 35c street TOO homesick . rubber moved 'several months
up further Saturday night; continuing

\ BREAD HUTTEU. COFFEE" & TEA SERVED; WITH : In The M.illhnu Dear Carolyn, said, propelled away.' by Industry: an order sources from cabaret the birthday style celebration couple dance a special was Sweetheart's Choice Is Here.

I THE ABOVE Just happened to overhear a little the Office of the Rubber Director held with Sgt. Samuel Baum'sorchestra

I I i iI conversation the other day and forbidding'ulle of neoprenefor playing. Cpl. Jack Shea Many suitable gifts that will be
I t thought you might like to print any except a few critical civilian sang "My Buddy" and "Pennies ,

: We Realize That it. Here 'tis: items. ; from Heaven",
Everyone Must Do and the orchestra
Dot Gray: "Hey, Lt. Charrow .
: His Part members played solos as special appropriate, for this occasion
We Do Ours Bonds
I By Only yn. gonna buy any'ar Just when the future looked more entertainment. Punch and cake
"
Charging A Reasonable Price And today? bright 'f were se'ved.'Ilth\ Miss Madge
'
; Charrow: "Not this time, I And I began to shake my blues, Middleton, Mrs. William Thomson
: Serving The Best Quality Food guess I'm broke" ,
Obtainable The dally papers print this bit and Mrs. XVilllam Baggett
: Dot: "Broke? I thought your Of very disconcerting news! hostesses as Three registered pharmacistsnow
..I Dad was gonna send some I For I've laced "
you years to make myself MI'8. Lola Eckstein, native of
I
; money. Austria talked to the serving our prescription departmentAn
regular
I i EVENING SPECIAL ] Charrow: "Yeah he sent me A subject fitter to be seen meeting of the army wives' discussion
I J $10O. but I had to send It back. And never knew how
vital
l was group on Tuesday about unusually large stock of fresh,drugs]
It said right there the
: 691'.M.Tropical : ; on envelope A. little bit of neoprene! Austria its political
h --'Return after five days'!" But so it goes this life of history.Us

i: Fruit Sundae . ours after educational the war system, and Its her prospects personal makes it possible to take care of your
If all our local fishermen
j wereas Sometimes
Large Scoop of Ice Cream Topped With Crushed j resourceful as Lt. Z. W. Street turtle. I wish I.were a I week experiences Mrs. there as a girl.. Next sick room .needs
Elizabeth
Sun ripe Florida (Camp Blanding Medical Lorena is
Orange Topping Corps At least THEIR charm does not scheduled to give
and an ardent an account of
jJ' Isaac Walton fan
!
depend
( lOc ;a from the 'stubborn state o< Missouri Entirely on a piece of girdle! Laurence Poland, her h 0 m s I and. Mrs.

1 ,) they wouldn't let a little McKillop Is In chargeof Koch's Drug Store]
the
THIS SPECIAL LASTS ALL WEEK t L thing like angling equipment rationing So long . See you In the nextcarolyn. The group.week's schedule

a1r F: ..wwwwru wwuuwsw..waN.Nwww,, , ,.. -.....-.........awwswNwwwwlr, , ---.....?aw.-J, with my worry own'em eyes'a bit an example. Saw . .. Bowling Includes-organization: of meeting activities -L Court & Call St. Starke, Fla ,





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II, 1944
FEBRUARY BRADFORD COUNTY TELKC.lt,\Pj|. STARKE. FLORIDA
PAGE FIVK


r- BITS of LOCAL NEWSMrs 1 day:Mrs.in Gainesville Effie Johns shopping spent Tues- Comedy In Khaki -) Don't Be Charged With Non-Support, ers scaled or open. Beans, whole

grains, dried peppers, nut meats,
,
W. D. Parker, son of Bill Par ... .\ etc, to be treated should I be
i p o. Carpenter left today Capt. and Mrs. W. C. Powell ker of Staike. has been
promoted ( I . spread In a shallow! pan and plac-
East coast be. and
the Mrs J. M.
a visit on Brownlee spent from Radioman 3-c to R M 2-c
Le returning to her home Inwton. Thursday at Sliver Springs tU in, an oven at ISO degrees F.

,, N. C. Capt. Richard G. Kidtl, who is / 1 1 for 20 minutes To keep the oven
/ from getting too hot, the
Mrs. Calvin Johns and Miss stationed near Columbia, S. C prop
Dui'shinier of : I door open a few inches. Unless
1 Miss Eleanor Marguerite; Gilpin spent Sunday spent the week-end here with his e t
lewark, N. J., Is a visitor at the In Palatka with friends. wife and two liOns, Richard Ill, 1r, Iin tight containers food to be
Lme of Mr. and Mis., Frank and Canova Kidd. J i kept for long periods should be

Lr hlmer this week. Melvin Goodis of Philadelphia, ,r IS treated each month

Pa., is visiting his uncle, M. Ray- Judge and Mrs. A. V Long, .;' NONSUPPORT I "*

bin. Mrs. Marcus Condnt and two Bonn. tdd'4ft ..
of Gainesville, were guests Sun. youR iot1OR
Mrs. E S. Matthews will go day of Mis. J. M. Brownlee and BIlCRTHEIITTACI<
TheNth tomorrow to Orlando to visit her family. } r
I
son-in-law and daughter, Dr. and ' ';,..i,":
Freedom Mrs. H. B. WcLendon. Mis. J. W. McNeer of Tampa ".' ,:'ili".i'''''1''"'. :''.
has been the guest of her sister L- ELECTGEORGE
Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Koch, Pfc. I Mrs. M. F. Brown for the past iiI" i// )' :? ." ,
and Mrs. Paul Hudgins and little week. i. :, .
... ... )
FUPCDOM FROM UNCERTAINTY it a daughter, Kay left Monday for '. "" :.."., ..'\,/",;." : .
contribution of the insurance busi- Arcadia on a business trip. City Councilman W. M. Ed. :::.:. :.! I i ,
new to better living. By measuring wards is able to be out again iI iI
Hike anJ Dreading! cost, insurance Capt. and Mrs. Wade C. Harrison !- after being confined to the hospital I I <
frees the individual from the threat ofjua had as their guest this week : and his. home for several "
.trou loss.The record of moJcrn her father John, H. Nicholson of weeks with an Infected Jaw i
insurance is one of sound business Edgcfleld, S. C.

management at moderate profit, and Miss Bobbie Hicks. women's pro- SUYEXTftA
broader
constantly protectionat Mrs. D. L. Griffin i of Lennox, gram director at the USOYMCAfor i {
lower eat,..
Ga., Is visiting her son-in-law and the past several months has WAR.
daughter, the Rev. and Mrs. resigned and returned to her Pvt J. Marino, recent arrival I BONDS''!
To enjoy the peace of mmd that George C. Powell. home in Atlanta Ga. at Camp Blandlng, adds one more'i l lI of ..
gas with thorough prAfcctum, to a number of outstanding state 1 f

you do net need to tx an mail Mrs Jeanette Kincaid and Mrs. I Mr. and MIS.; A. B. Baker and artists already stationed at Camp -

once expert. You tan wifely O. L. Beasley are spending several son. Junior of Jacksonville spent Blamllntr. He recently appearedon I t
leave that U U.I.
days in Tampa with their Sunday with Mrs. Baker's father, a program at the USO-NCCS ---
mother, Mrs. A. A. Durden. J. B. Rowe. in Starke. Pvt Marino has had U. S. 7 rtaiurj; llifailmtnt
experience on the stage of the

Mrs. O. P. Dial and so:., A. L. I Mrs. H. E. Tucker arrived Drlental Theatre In Chicago, and, Rural I life so with a stiff brush and
Dial of Jacksonville spent the home Sunday after a week-end as a result of his comedy antics Commonsense strong soapy water, scrub the
Charley E Johns week-end In the A. L. Alvarez spent in Savannah Ga., where she was selected by an MQ.M. talent . cupboard and pantry where
home. was called because. of the illnessof scout for a tryout at their Hollywood FEVER TICK ERADICATION crumbs of bread cake, cereal nutmeats
her uncle, P. F. Hutto. studios. His induction into I
etc, are apt to lodge. Re-
Agency Mrs. H. E. Plotts recently returned the armed forces postponed his The final chapter has been writ peat each month.

to her home at Kingsley Miss Martha Franks of Lau- career temporarily but we hopeto ten In the story of cattle fever By all means protect those It.

J Phone 13 Lake from Jefferson Hospital. rens, S. C., and Hwangh Shen, see more of this funny little tick eradication, a saga almostas dried fruits and vege previously FLYNNYour "

.Philadelphia, Pa., where she was China, and her nephew, John man in years to come. Pvt. Interesting as any prduced by tables. Place loose dried
prun.sand
STAKKK, FLORIDA under the care of specialists for Franks of Camp Bland Ing, were Marino is now a member of Co. the quick-shooting trigger fingersof home-dried fruits In a small
seven weeks. house guests of Rev. and Mrs.A. C, 209th Bn., IRTC. the old West or the keen scien- Cheesecloth! bag or other porous
E. Lightfoot last weekend.Mrs. tific minds of the microbe hunt I SUPERINTENDENTOF ;
-
Misses Gayle Sewell, Ida Lou ers. The last two counties In container and dip Into boiling I'IIIILICINSTRUCTION

Robert M; Lee and infant Davis,* Marjorie Qrider, and Clar Florida- Collier and Hendryand water for 0 seconds Dry thor :

son, Robert, Jr.. arrived ice Thomas of Staike, Eva Fay practically all of the last oughly and place In a tight con-
Tuesday from Paris Texas fora Galney of Biooker and Betty Mc- eight counties In Texas were released tainer. Sulfur-treated fruits will Capable .

visit with Mis. Lee's patents Rae of Mclotosh. all students of from quarantine recently turn dark. I Efficient
Mu':' and Mrs. E. J. Dowling. They Florida State College for Women, the only remaining \quarantine
IC' will remain here several weeks returned to Tallahassee to con being a safety tone along the Rio Packaged foods may be heat- I Trustworthy
while Capt. Lee is on maneuversin tinue their studies there after Grande. treated in their original contain-

Louisiana spending a mid-year vacation at At a total cost of SO million
MAUDE'S LUNCH ROOM I the homes of their parents. dollars this bane of the Southern

Pfc. James D. Sewell, who spenta cattle industry, which was taking
short furlough here with his Eoiscopal Ladies an annual toll of SO million dollars
parents Mr. and Mrs. W B. and preventing the introduction SURE WE WANT YOUR BUSINESS
Wishes To AnnounceWe Form New Group
Sewell, left Saturday night for of purebred breeding animals -
Knoxville, Term, where he l 18 taking with which I to Improve
Will Be Open For Business From a course In Internal combustion the St.Church Mark's Service Auxiliary Center met Tuesday at Southern herds has been elimi But Due To Wartime Restrictions -

engines at the University of afternoon for the purpose of nated. The elimination required {We Are Short of Everything -
12 Noon Until 12 O'clock MidnightWe 1 ennessee. almost half a century but It Included -
organizing an afternoon to
be called Chapter No. 2 group. the dipping of every cow Hut Our Desire to Serve You
Mr. and Mrs. John Henry Hem In 985 counties In 15 -states--A
ingway and children, Alden Joe, Those chosen to head the organization monumental task-and the shoot-
Close All Monday -On \\'. ,....1 II Is lx
Day : Diana and Ted return today to were Mrs. Mattie Ga- Ing of every tick-harboring deerin > our duty to frank and to "lute that

tbelr..ho e..1J1; Ellzabethtown.. N. hagan. Directress. and Mrs. Warren limited areas of both California It it l almost impossible to give jou formed laundry
Account of Help ShortageWe C. after a visit here with rei.atlves. Deal, Secretary and Treas and Florida. server| ', lodjty. Labor I I" to. M-anv, restriction HOnumerous

Mr. Hemingway reportsfor urer. Meetings will be held on It Involved acts of violence! and material no ......lri..t
Are Forced To Shorten Our Induction into the Army at the second and fourth Tuesdaysof such as the dynamiting of dipping I mk jour Indulgence If a rlnl'
FOrt Bragg on Feb. 17. each month at 3:30: o'clock in' vats, attacks on Inspectors )I I work or If .-Ages" aif-n't as .straight and corners a<

Business Hours the aftel'noonat the Episcopal and even murder particularly In square as jou uoulil like Ihi'in. \'<>u will slice

Mrs. L. D. Vinrng and Mrs. Rectory.Following. the "good old days". of 20 and 30 that they arc wartime nilnklrs and patriotic' edges ..
.. Myrtice Carpenter arrived home I years ago. More recently It Involved and rorncrH. The luxury ilrlalls. . and we would.
from Atlanta Saturday where the business session I acrimonious argument with Mae to give Them to you If we could . must bo
WE ARE NOW SERVING GOOD they spent several days. Mrs. Tuesday, tea was served to the Interior Secretary Ickes becausehe saecl for pnuM-tbni*. In She meantime, you ran rent r I Iaasurrel I
Carpenter attended the gift show group of IS by Mrs. Milton St. would not permit swamp deer \
HOME COOKED I I | UP will do everjlhlnif", |H> sll>li to please I
there while Mrs. Vining was the Peter assisted Mrs. Glenn Duke to be slain In the Florida Indian .
by you an,1he Jim an much Mtllsfiwllciii M comlltlims -
guest of her patents, Mr. and I : reservations, but he finally weakened .
and Mrs. Clifton Brown.GirtonConstantine. will
REGULAR DINNERS Mrs. W. L. Joiner. just. BS Congress, was on the permit. -
I
I verge of pausing a law compelling -
Mr. and Mrs. Russell Daniel him to grant the permission.Tick WHEN VICTORY IS OtIIlS. WE WILL !

whose marriage was an event of I fever was the first diseaseto RESUME ALL PKE-WAU SERVICES;
Jan. 29 In Louisville, Ky., stop I llrg. Rosa Constantine of Thf- be proved by scientific researcho ,
ped here briefly Wednesday afternoon I ressa and Henry P. Girton of St. I attack its victims exclusively

for a visit with friends and Petersburg were quietly marriedon through an Intermediate host
NAT SEZ: or Starke Cleaners &
I Jan. 21 in the Dry Laundry :
relatives Mr. Daniel, a former First Methodist : ..It could not be transmit
resident of Stake has been Church, ft. Petersburg, by the I
In Just ted direct from one animal to an-
Don't let boy Italy,
your Rev. O. B. Cole, pastor JUNKS M. !SMITH, Owner (,
New 'Guinea or wherever he IH, graduated from the School of i other. In addition to setting the
have 'to hang lilt head In shame Theology at the University of I For the wedding Mrs. Girton jtage for one of the most extensive .. Phone 2H !Slnrke- Fla. I

.. when he open. his. copy of the the South, Sewanee. Tenn., and wore a blue crepe dress. Her eradication campaigns In I
Telegraph end sees that Bradford will b" ordained Friday morningIn corsage was of pink and white history, this discovery of half a I.

County failed to raise Its. Fourth Leesburg. He and Mrs. Daniel, camellias. I century ago opened up a new field
War Loan quota. You may write the former Miss Allen Kershaw I I Mr unit Mrs. GIrton are at of medical research and led to the
him and ten him your heart's of Louisville, will then go to Vero home to friends at 2837-17lh Ave. successful combating of many T' I

with him but If he sees. that bit Beach where Mr. Daniel will be N., St. Petersburg, where Mr. other insect-borne diseases. ;
he'll think you're klil- rector at Trinity Episcopal'' Girton Is a machinist In the Better cattle followed the tick
of news, / ll.
ding. Go out and buy that extra Church. [Tampa shipyards. I eradication In every area which &. (.. :\
... -..."
has been released from .
War Bond NOW! quarantine //I."<\W ;:; "t [
since the beginning of systematic I " t..f. _'
..r In 1Jf)6-ln Florida .l... "t' .' .
dipping ) .. "
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NO KIDDING..ARE YOUR I In 1913. Purebred cattle wero 'I d* \-:t.y,{. r. Ye Ai -
r.
I'I'.r .
Introduced successfully, where ] ;, j.I j..
REALLY DOING THE BEST I they practically always died from I i ,,'.I" ,1 1 t' :
'. ;
,
i MADE I- I, tick fever before. Native cattle ': r '
yE '' : I :fl._ Ii
THEY' ,YOUI CANT00 ?. became healthier and more pro- I,
I ductive. 'W ,, ,7"'r.. :) ;
A Eh15Et gT Eradication of the tick Is now .. '
widely credited! with building up h
..
Voted A the cattle industry In the South ,.
?
"BII.'Seller' dY r and making both beef production I' ., ;". .
71' and dairying safe enterprises Jr ;;{ ;
By Men I I $ : (

Every uReree. Q.i5lt I Hints For The \i ;
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Illolise/lOid J . i ,-

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1 I Every 4-II club girl who U Baby Needs Baby Gifts Baby Food ) )7'
assisting her mother in the houee
work and Is keeping down waste'
and Childrens'
Toys Books
.la truly a soldier In the baokll:
They step right out end prove their of defense. It Is said that ,

(|iulily..their uneUnuuble" mileage... I America In yet too wasteful, that. See Them In Our Window
;
their
else and comfort...their diitin- we take too much on our plates,
.lici, ,| the
gui slle..iheir right to nameof
and that we pour nutritious
Bett Seller" I ,.,.,. ..
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iHtf1' / -j'
Non 7i rta / I

f'ehetStep COMFORT FEATURES i I I N cooked down the ulnlc. Some New Shipment of ,
I CUSHION HilL FAD...Ab. have not yet learned to eat thft I'

'....... orb ARCH.IM.!'AD...Uua...?.""........ 'A delicious "pot liquor" from the' Pottery Duncan Glassware andChildren's
....' trak, look.... !. pKoMITATAItSAL ., turnip greens; some give little I t
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w-.; ..!!_. |M MIU FAD.i ?!.. thought as to what they should Gifts
_!.wrap eat, and some do not "make the f1 iv _

best better" In their food" selection : Valentine Gifts For All \
1fr4rI and preparation. Ages --

$7.95Sternberg's Too much food .la wasted because I III ,II"1 1
It Is poorly prepared it U

burned, or It sticks to the cookIng -

I 1 I t v. vessel, but worst of all Is poor CARPENTER'S DRUG STOREDON'T
housekeeping which allows Insects: r
Into the pantry and kitchen to
eat up food. A few cruml that FORCE? THE 4TH WAR LOAN DRIVE

t h. moat careful
may escape
V.$.T,_",Dsra..e housewife may support Insect BUY A BOND TODAY I ;

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} HACK SIX BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH, STARKE, FLORIDA FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 11' I 1944
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CLAY HILL

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By Lura Burgess
!r i Correspondent ,
sb,
ANOTIIKK NEW NEIGHBOR:
Mrs. Sallie Taylor and children
have moved Into the Nolan house
a: at the sand load where the sign
Clay Hill School point clown the
sand road. She has seven children -
and her husband died last
September. She Is employed In
-' the shipyard at Jacksonville. The
oldest boy will soon be 16 and
"t+ the youngest about 2 years. There
are six boys and one little girl.
p Four of the children will go to
Clay Hill School. The eldest lIOn
1'I William, now works at Mr. White- .
head's sawmill Just across the ,
road from the house.

,11 Ten more weeks of school at
f ? Clay Hill. Some children say
1' they wish school would never
close. All four teachers Intend
to go to the University at Gainesville -
1 In June. The strawberries
v, I ; are ripening and potato planting
''I v Is at hand so there Is plenty of
', work for all. Soon the spring d dI
round-up of cattle will begin, to
a brand and mark the stock. '
)
.J i
,y Mrs. Willie Hull of New York AT1)v
Branch Sun- .'
was burled at Long
k a day morning. She was 41 years ;!

; old and bad been Ill since July.
;I She was a cousin of Fred Sapp.

Clara Mae Eunice spent the
,,' week-end with home folks Mr. 41m // III
.
; and Mrs. Jules Eunice of Law-
tey, and attended services at the
''i Church Tent Meeting at Lawtey.
*t Miss Pearl Wimberly of Jack-
sonville was the guest this weekend -
,' of the Wester family. ,

p Mr. and Mrs. O. M. Atkins of __ c '
Hugh Turpentine Camp No. 2 are
rR rejoicing that their son Cliff .e''
whom they had not seen In two
{ years Is home on furlough. Hey
has been stationed In Arizona.
Tuoflay Mrs. Atkins and son
'fr drove to Orange I-ark to visit the.
k daughter and sister -: :; a \
Mrs. Caleb Strickland this. tfrL
_
week has a letter from her husband _
.vV which states that he la In a
dt
rest camp and had seen much ac-
tion. Tne letter was dated Dec
15. The previous week she had
,,, E .an official report- from Washington frL
X that he waa missing In action -
Dec. 5th. We all rejoice
I: with her at Clay Hill.
,
Mrs. Dora Johns visited her sister -
{
.i Mrs. Brooksle MORley Sun- 'rMvly, J I;,
? day afternoon.The .
small son of Clifton Car- illL
ter drank kerosene and became -
iL: very 111. They took him to a doctor .
and he Is better now. -
_
Tuesday evening'' an airplane
e crashed In the bombing field east
R
of the school house. It was a
i t training plane from Cecil Field
and from the lost report the aviator -
was still alive.


day Dorothy Miss with Colea Mrs.Manning Clifton Padgett spent Carter wall Satur-absent that '
War
flu. from The primary school all children week were with get extra Bond NOW!

II taught by Miss Burgess in the _ ** ... ." __ _._ _- __________- _..g _
I I. -I n- r fVtiTlTlvn rrrrsrrasi
6th anj 6th grade room. -ifcta*._ = .... ...., --- ,
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Mrs Charlie John and little wt..i.\1 'fAIIot$*"""".*_

daughter with of 3tark her spent par ents Sundayevening at { , { Now, as never before, your country looks to you to do your patriotic

Hugh, Mr. and Mrs. T. A. Brln- For this is the showdown. The bloodiest battle of the'war is
Ion. Build Your Future With the
Miss Laura Burgess spent the on, to decide the outcome of the war.
rf week-end as the guest of Pete World's Safest Investment

?{ut } Brlnaon and family. And what's your part in this bitter struggle?
+ I Little. Pee-Wee Brinson son of All ovor tha coantry men and woman' look to

: ,r' Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Brinson had Right now, it's to get behind the 4th War Loan and invest in at least the future with eonfidwie They era the. OHM
n assessed tooth and missed ,
who have pert of their wartime
a '
pot extra aarn-
school at Baldwin a couple of extra $100 Bond. A Series E War
t one Savings Bond will
& day. Friday he had the tooth cost you $75, and legs into the world's, eras inTt tttnant-U. S.

pulled at Jacksonville. you get back $4 for every $3 you invest, if held I to maturity. But that's the Government. War Bonds.
What about j.a/ Ara you letting 1 the dells
This I* a faaallr war. Tvt7arWarB least you can do. Invest more if you possibly can. Invest $200-$300- clip through your Infer*-dollar* that should
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>ylDjthr; **(* I -"' ft. -- I ba .
.f.l l;
ia
put ; away' War Bonds?
4 t the payroll avion Plafamily .. a $500 or more. Help the company you work for to meet its quota.
plan,which means Of- Thar ere War Bo.d. to fit your ada...
.' ore It oat ,"oane" .1&ws I Remember, these extra War Bonds are in addition to your regular War :nndt which, era .bucked. up by th. strongest
",.mpao," Iq th. world' build| that horn
"i '11II.' .....; Bond subscription either through payroll deductions other youbar
J or channels. . always draamad about. Sand your child
= -
'i :OF I Your Colons I Before to collar. .. Buy the wonderful thinf that are
iO\.D Display you say you "can't afford to do more than you are already I doing, coming; after the war YOU CAN DO IT

c: to B..diiplay., patriot this! borne embl.m.la America Pail it will ea want your, think of those who are pouring out their blood and their lives-today and WITH YOUR WAR BOND SAVINGS.
1
666 front door or oa a window, to show that you
USE have dooR your part ia the 4ch War Loea.every day that this war goes on.

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Locally by

t t F. C.116 IIOLLINGSWOKTH S. Walnut St. M 0 ARB Y' S CHARLEY E. JOHNS AGENCY

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John M. & Chas. A. Darby !; General Insurance
Be TreatBronchitis
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STARKE ICE COMPANY' Camp Blanding Jewelry. & Military Hdqs.

'Chronic bronchitis may develop If ,
:your cough,chest cold or acute bron- W. L. Wall, Prop. '
chitis Is not treated and you cannot Louis Shafkin
afford to take a chance with any medicine ..- .. .
less potent than Creomulsion ; .
which goes right to the seat of the - -
t trouble to help loosen and expel germ HOLLYWOOD CAMERA & GIFT .SHOPGISLAIN'S
I laden soothe and phlegm heal raw tender aid nature inflamed to GIFT &: CURIO -SHOP-

bronchial Creomulsion mucous blends membranes.beechwood Call Street At Railroad '

creosote by special process with other Military SuppliesJORDAN'S
time tested medicines for - .
coughs. : - -
0 It no narcotics. -
No matt how many medicines i SON -
:you have tried tell your druggist to SAM ROSENBERG BA-R
sell you a bottle of Creomulsion with
the understanding yoU must lUte theY
h it quickly allays the cough, per- New & Used Furniture Pawn Shop
mttttng rest and &leep, or you are to Tim Jordan Prop.
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FKBR1TABY: II, 1944
BRADFORD COUNTY TKLEGRXPH. RT.IRKE. FLORIDA
PAGE:: !slErv!: '

Ifiorida: Power & Light Co., Cited By Navy business visitor! to Palatka Fri. Mrs Maggie Green Thursday of i\" < licit II' t.
< 011< r. 11111UF01111! %" ttiuiir ( 011C'1'. itn.'i>"ouu 1\ ( lilt'I IT I 01 "''" III lilt-oil
Hbr; Fine Performance In Utility Field day. last week.A lolM't.'' 1.,1111.1 l\ t.C llKilt. IS-,, .: I'Klll.Willie IIIINTl.. Kl.(>ltlll\i 1% lll\>''- l-OI'MTl.. Fl.Olllltti IV" OI4V-: K
Mrs. N. 4 KIIV.Helen
Wainwright l. Jr.. of
crowd I
large from this .
com- ('lur 'hr IViiy.' Jr., llalntlff.B.. I. (;iclirer" ,, I'Islbtlrrvn.Ii.ui ,
Starke was visiting her father, munity were Mr. KllXllln-lll I'm Dcfcnddllt Ita OelKef, Defendant ('aK" No Chciny Mocroto, Plaintiff vi
L| special citation for pe1 form- visiting and Mrs. ) (CHK INo. Fred !Hecreto! Defendant, tame NoOltDKH .
A 1..' I' D. J. Phillips, recerliy.Mr. Joe GrlffU Sunday. : 2! 7.OIIDKII. 2575.::' 2950,
| of duty In the field of elec- \ I OK 1'1'111.II'TIOSAS" ( ortDEIl (lir I'I'III.II'A'I'IOSSII I
\ ce and Mrs. Arthur Milliken William Brown was visiting NOTIi'i: TO API'KAIt A I :NOTICK; TO AI'PKAII AND .OF lCflLl'ATIoNNTATI : :;

c utility service has been given . and children of Ocala were visiting Andy Morrell and Willie Green beth HTATH Periy.You : OK. "'1.(1111)In: ICIIxa- lelner.STATK 21 OF K FLOU1DA: 'to: Junnlla ol.' t1"I.OItltA: 1"red &,
Power & Light :11'Hlr..I.. Tatlnall Xecreto whose residence la ".. Mm '
Florida
the the Sunday. Li' Kavantmli
'.x Phillips family Sunday.Mr. are" requited to appear oil .iiee. tleoritla. Secrets Bet int. Ave.
mpany by the Seventh Naval and Mrs. J.V.. Jerrell and Doyle and Jerome Grlffis celebrated February, 21th I1M4. In the above February You are Slat.required.. to appear! on New York. Kingston
,
named' Court and caime, wherein IH44. In the above You
decision makee ate required to
strict. The to j t ail daughters Jackie and Beverly of their second( birthday an. Plnlntlff: seeks divorce.I Hradford named Court and cause wherein February 19th., 1944 In appear the abovenamed on
award was announced in afcter { Jacksonville spent the week-end niversaries Tuesday of last week. County Telegraph shall publlMh, thlHOrder County plaintiff eeek divorce nrudford Court and cause, wherein. .
from Admiral In next four weekly IxKuen. Telpxraph eh a I 1 publish plaintiff Kfrks divorce. Dradford
to the utility with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Margaret Batten was visiting Witness hand and official I Ii this order In next four weekly County TeloKruph tiall publish this
I ur'k\r.\ iMUtl.tvnneHN.
6 Munroe Commandant of 1 her seal at Florida, thin January Order In
R 1. , ? W. W. Packham.D. parents Mivand Mrs Sidney i my hand and official next four weekly issues
22nd, 1944. Witness
e district.The n ; J. Phillips Jr., was a business Griffis Sunday.A (OFFICIAL sFAL: ) A. J. Thomas I seal nary at 20th.Mlarke.19... Florida thin Jan- seal at Wtarke.my "hand Florida and thl official* Jan-
citation la a recognition ofie 1, QItLiTtrt? visitor in Starke Saturday. large crowd from this sec- A. Clerk of mid Court. (OFFICIAL SKA I.) A. J. Thomas nary( 19th 1941.OFFICIAL .

cooperation of the utility InL { George Packham, Sea 1-c of tion attended the circus at Camp J.jHckmmvllle.8. Harrison. I.nw.Exchange!: rid*. Ae Clerk of Raid Court A* Clerk. of. 8I5AL said )Court. A. J. Thomas
war effort In the Blanding Sunday. Florida. Ally fur l'lr.j Joe HIM WilliamLake Puller, T. Frank La n drum, Starke, Florida.
Navy'a .,.Y U. S. Coast Guard a t Cocoa 1-2S 4t 2-18 Florida. Ally' for PIG 1-21 Jt 2-11 Atty. for Pit.
LSI 4t
; S-ll
venth Naval District area and Beach, spent the week-end with Mr. and Mrs. Zenas Griffls I

[ especially directed to the em- relatives and friends. Mrs. Ada Griffis and Edward .

who made the company's .,.. Greene were. In Gainesville Monday Grada A Florida
oyees Mrs. E. S. Sibley was a busi-
on business
cord possible.I ness visitor In Starke
Friday.
I Monroe's letter states Miss Maxln Lee and Kathrlne!
Admiral Mrs. W. D. Garrett and Grace GIANT HOU3ALMKU
Gainey were dinner of
LI i since the declaration of the guests EGGSPin.breeze
and especly Dickerson and Ruth Sibley were Miss Opal Morrell Sunday. FOOD
tional emergency
visiting Starke Saturday.Mrs. Arch Prevatt of Jacksonvillewas IN RITARSTOKCS
since the United Statea en- ) CENTERS 3t
led the war scores of vital s H. D. May Ls at home visiting {Jn this community
again after few last week. n .
spending a daysIn
aval activities have been erectin yr 1 the hospital. Her friends Lg... Doz. Med., Dor.37c. .
territory a e r ved by the Quantity Rights Reaerred "

Borlda Power & Light Company.eed r wish her a speedy recovery. Prices Good Through Saturday February 12
In construcn Don't forget Sunday School at 41c 11
> was necessary Letter Box
the Baptist Church every Sunday
of facilities. Plants and fac- Standard Quality r.
.
morning at 11 o'clock and also
irles built to meet
converted or
Lr needs had to be served. Pow- the Christian Union every Sunday Lov tf. Enriched Whit Juice 46'0 can 23c r
vital toL 4I evening at 7:30: at the Christian Houston. Texas 8cGrapefruit
fuel
J. light and were Bread 16-oz
of all facilities and' Church. Everybody Invited. Bradford County Telegraph:
operation e For several months I have been Super BrandMargarine New Canned Meat-Honey Brand
of installation essential.

jhe eed Admiral declared that his GRAHAM had receiving very the much Telegraph pleasure and from have It. n> 17c Party Loaf i2o can 35cFancy

aft was cognizant of the speed } By Bin. Eva StricklandCpl.
My mother sent me a year's sub-

lid efficiency met these with wartime'which .the de- F i and Mrs. Ernie Thomas of scription for my birthday. Spring Craea. Cut Lamk Sheolder U er .Ib.Ib.Sliced 2V.3eMe Lovelt'i T.nd.ray BllloU ......._ Sleek u.. 275Nasty :

mpjny ire Tampa arrived Tuesday to spend As Hellbronn Spring I U my Sib Chepa .Ib.Breoil '. : Club Steak, Ik. 41., r.I._ 47e
lands. while still supplying the Stew ... .__:1... ITeM J Blexle. Chuck" at __'lk. :77aFreek
I Lamb
sometime with his father, W. M. home find It pleasant to come Beef .
wartime population with ... -' -- W..... m, Shi. Cur tees Ik. aasb.r..r .lb. lie
creased Thomas. home from my war Job every ...... P.I".. __.__..._....11>. J7e Stew CaM Plat ____lk. lie
sentlal services. Pictured here Is McGregor Sgt. L. C. Smith of Lake Charles Tuesday and find my home town
result was that wheneverd Smith, president of the Florida Packer's Trimmed Grad B.
I Tile La., arrived Wednesday to paper. After eight hours each Northern FlanFILLETS
wherever the Navy needed Power &: Light Co., as he received Square Cut Fresh RlndUu Sliced
spend a 19-day: furlough with relatives day It peps a person up to read
trvlce In the territory served byhe citation from Admiral Monroe. and friends. about old friend Houston Is a PORKWhoU BACONib

Florida Power &: Light Com- Wiley Edmondson of Miami was very busy place these days with No Bon. or Waste!

tny, the utility made all of the conservation of fuel oil Florida visiting Mr. and Mrs. Harvey everyone so busy doing a small

ectrlc power needed available Power &: Light Company did this Starling Wednesday afternoon.Wlllard part to help speed victory. hall shank Pock 35c Mnebnlh--.... 39a3Sa

Jhen and where the Navy re- long before such a program was Thomas of Kentucky Good luck to you of the Tele- Bams lbs :29c Whole BnconSQUARES Pollack _.w Z9a.Ib.

ulred It.Special. adopted nationally. arrived Friday night to spend a graph and keep up the good Whole, half shank Pork Butterfly .._- We
mention Is also made Acceptance of the citation was few days with his parents. Mr. work. 1'
Shoaldenlbl7c:
f the manner In which the corn- made by McGregor Smith president and Mrs. S. T. Thomas. -Mrs. J. E. Anderson ib 33c ..ft.. Sid. ,

any cooperated with the Sev- : of the company and representatives Pvt. and Mrs. Clyde Stricklandof (Gladys. Keene Anderson) Lean Meaty Spare Orders Pt 39eH ''t

nth Naval District in adopting : of all employes of the Camp Van Dora MIsa., ar- 241 Atbury St. RIbs Ib :l3e W.it Whit Plan Smoked .adl... OceanShrimp
m
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program looking toward. the I company. rived Sunday to spend a 15-day Houston 7, Texas f
B..l Short Bacon Ib :lIe Bacon Ib 25c Ib :25
furlough with relatives and
H.adless) PanWhiting
Ib :21c
of friends here. Skinned. Whole Hall
FLA. STATE FARMBy. meeting her missionary circleof or ,
I'M euue01r'ol .
n'
UtttUKOIIU Ib He
Springfield Methodist church. Mr. and Mrs. Harley Starlingand Boneless l B.el l Brink
E. K. Bouvier foi"vn, rLomuti ix. l'H.t\-
Mrs. Clem McLendon has gone children of Brooker spent tenr. Stew11bs Ib 32c Hams Ib 34C Best Slices, Ib 49C Fresh Fla. ,

>:MM: UNITY CLUB to Jacksonville for a visit of Indefinite Sunday with relatives here. Ronald Klnlaw T.Hall HaM.!>ean Plaintiff
The Community Club held Its length with her daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Broughtonand ZU98. Ears or For Boiling-Bacon
ORDER OP "'('Dr.ICATrnsAN Brains :2 Ibs :l5ePork Florida SpanlnhMackerel I
jpgular meeting Tuesday after- Mrs. A. F. White. children spent the week-end [) NOTICE: TO AI'PEAK Ib lie Skins Ib lOc ,Ib23cFiuh :
''ooa., Mrs. C. M. Turney presld- Mrs. M. C. Roberts spent Wed- with relatives In Plant City. STATIC: OF KI/mlD.V. Hula Shank Halt CHants .,

\\ig. Routine business was attended I nesday with her mother Mrs. G. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Reynolds Klnlaw 231 Nlrnorks nail. w Av Itee..., residence Fayettet la,. Ib :29c Slewing< WlUon'sBV2V4ozor23c Fiik I

to after which Mrs. Tur- W. Hunter in Gainesville. and children spent the weekend North Carolina. Chickens Ib 39c Roe Ib 53c
Armour M Skinless I
y's sister, Mrs. S. R. Foster, with Mr. and Mrs. Frank Rey- February You are 28th.required, 1 1S4I, to In appear the above on Wlenora erose Ib 32c Pork Backbone Best 1 Florid

sweetly I "Sylvia" : nolds of Reddtck named Court and cause, wherein
hng very Hampton Happenings plaintiff .eek divorce. Bradford Canadianfliblets Ib 7c Hearts Ib 19c Bluefish Ib 25c
Madrigal" and "The English Mrs. Frank Thomas and daughter In piss,

Ilidrens' Prayer", and was her By Barbara Home of Hampton attended church County thin l Order Telegraph In next four shall weekly inilillxh!I.. Bacon Ib 49c Fry in Deep Fat- Fresh PottKnuckle Fla. Speckle

Wn accompanist. Mrs. M. C. Mrs. Emory McCloud of Tampaand here Sunday. sue Witness.*. my hAnd and nffldaKrai Visklng Chile Con Tripe Ib 15c Ib 15c Trout Ib 30c

joberts and] Mrs. I. J. Williams Mrs. C. M. Dees of Plant Mr. and Mrs. Corbet and children at Htarke, Florida; thin Jan 35cWilson, |.conStrips Sliced BeefLiver Salt
Came Ib
211t h., 1 44
of Waldo in uary
ii'ved sandwiches cookies Cocala City were week-end guests of were visiting (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas Ib 32c Ib 3Sc Mullet Ib 19c

and coffee. Mrs. EtherTtdwell and lamlly. our section..Sunday. ... ______. Aq iMerk of qId l Court.T. Armour Star Pure
Mrs. Seth Roberts of Lawtey Is Frank LariJrdiA. ;; Starks T; Florida Lard1-lb ctn'17e n. Whole

Mr and Mrs. W. T. Ritch and business H. B. Wiggins In Gainesville was transacting Monday. spending a few days with Mr. and Atty. for PIt 1-21 4t JHIV 2'Ibs 34c 4ib< 68c Neck Bones Le.n. *.., 2 |b. 15c Whiting Ib 12%c

tie son, Sammy, of La Crossere Mrs., C. B. Roberts. -
Mrs. W H Hodge wife of
guests of Mr. and Mrs. H.Rlcharde Captain W, H., Hodge U. S. Mr. and Mrs. Austin Fowler ('.R('( IT (0.11'1'. BKtllfOIIU No Points I Billow Brand Standard Macaroni or
cor''rl, .ClIIII' It I'" CHI.-
Tuesday. Army of Georgetown. Del., has wish to thank their many friends C'K'. I
Flaked Fish 29c 3
Mrs C. :M. Turney has re- arrived home for an extended for the kindness shown them dur- Hettla Paeettl. Plaintiff. VM (Veil is-oz, can Spaghetti pk9s lOc

red from a six weeks' visit ing Mrs. Fowler's illness. She Is Frances E'ucetti, Defendant. CuxeNo.
with her mother .
visit Mrs. G. W. 2743
ith Mr. and Mrs. Newton Tury Hinson. recovering after 4 weeks' Illnessof ORDER% OF PITl1LII'ATION

at Columbia, Conn. flu and pneumonia. ANt NOTICE, Tu APHKAIISTATB Gold DEL MONTEGOFFE
,' .. '.
Mrs. Jean Esterllne returned : OK .OIUO.tft. ( .ell
:Airs! Dennis Fancher returned Frances Pac ItI whose residence I.
Friday of last week after a Navy Yard. Hear! Harbor I1. I. Medal. .
) her parents' home in Jackson- weeks' visit with friends In St SAMPSON CITY You are required to appear on
llle. Friday accompanied by By Louise Varne February 2Sth. 1944 In the .above. E
Petersburg
named Court and cause. wherein
-Ira. M. K. Grlner. Mrs. Madge plaintiff seeks divorce and Maiden. e Key Coupons
Mr and Mrs. P E. Griffin of of
Thomas Starke
Mrs. Debbie
ozarth and P. D. Fancher. Name. restored Hradford County Half pound cans el' famous Del Monteeiitr
Jacksonville spent the week-end spent the week-end here visiting Telegraph shall puhllMh this OrderIn ,
Supt. and Mrs. L. F. Chapmanave next four weekly issues.Nitneue 5 lbs ., Coffee-yea. It was a lucky purchase-yes,
here with Mr. and Mrs Walter
Mr. and Mrs. E. D. Jones. It la hot .
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gone to Orlando for a brief my hand and official > a prlcy. you can buy itti.1 -
Griffin. Mrs. Debbie Thomas of Starke sent at Htarke. Florida, thin Jan While it om1' et
sit with Dr. and Mrs. J. S. 24th. 1944, 3Oc
liapmun. Dennis Parker S 1-c U. S. Mrs. E. D. Jones and Mrs. Hat- uary(OFFICIAL .SHAl.) A. 1, Thomas

Coast Guard of St. Augustine,, tie Varnes were In Gainesville A* dork of said Court.T. .
Mrs. Bryan Whit field and Miss was at home Sunday. Frank I-niuJrum< .iturke. Florldi. l/2-lb.
Saturday Southern Biscuit
Arty for Pit. 1.n 4t 2-1J Vac.17c
oberta Whitfleld visited friends Gerald Adklns who is employed Mr. and Mrs. McCulloughly and I Packed P

nd shopped in J a c k a o nvllle at Dundee spent the week-end' Mrs. Blanche McKInney and small "t.IM Flour 20-ibs 77c a .

hursday. here with his family. visiting relatives in '
son were i finrnr CO. KT. nn\iiKoiu>
Mrs. J. E. Harris was the :Jtrs. George Rhames Jr., and Lake Butler Sunday. ('ol''II'r. FLOa111II1'" ('I4-'' Land O Sunshine _ _ _ _ _ _
(nest of her mother, Mis. Elam Mrs. Nlta. Johnson attended the and ('.:RTh..lnuL Y,
Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Rye Jean Lewis Tallman thiln Flour 2o-ibs 85c Standard Quality
,llnson, of Lake Geneva last funeral of the latter's niece, Mrs. children Miss Laura Tyner and tiff vs. Donald Vf. Tollman. Defen
eek. dant. c"..e No. H 9 1ORDKIl ,
Lillian Howell of Jacksonville.Frida.y ,. Ina Jean Warren of Palatka were OF PI'HLIC-ATIOV All Soaps While They Last Tomatoes 2can 91/gc
no
Mr. and Mrs J. G. Caldwellnd of last week. visit 1 n g Mr. and Mrs. R. J. AND NOTICE: TO APCHAIlSTATK :

family spent Saturday with Mr. and Mrs. T. E. Duncan and Goodge Sunday. W Tallmun UIP/ FI/JKIDA whose residence to: Donald Is WOODBURY'S SOAP

Ir. and Mr,. J. C. Caldwell at children, Ted and Sue of Gaines- Mrs J. C. Sapp and children tI<1. Co. Uth I>lv. Camp Robinson
Points' Standard Bleaches, Clean*-
cklawaha.Mrs. ville visited Mr. and Mrs. Purvis and Mrs. Nlta Brown were visiting Ark.You '
are required to appear on
M. D. Young has returnedrom Hazen and 1*. A. Wynn Sunday ( Mr. and Mrs. GUbert BrownIn February 84th., 1944 In the above 2lb Jet 43c 33" QuartMuBielman' 10c

visiting her mother, Mrs.T Mr. and Mrs. C. L. May were Lawtey Sunday. Mrs. Brown named Court and cause,. wherein. fiINo,
plaintiff weeks divorce and MaidenName Points) Citrus Apple
Filllyau. at Ashburn Ga. shopping in Gainesville Tuesdayof and small sons and Mrs. Brown's restored. Bru.lford County ;

1>11'8. E. G. Land, Mrs. Roy last week. sister, Miss Rosle Lee Wimberly Telegraph next f''urrwe shall, .lly publish IssueeWltneim tills. OrderIn "" Sauce 17-or Jar 13c

1nd and Miss Myra Land are Mrs. H. B. Wiggins Joe Wigging returned home visiting for a my hand and official Champion Mixed Dill Fresh Shelled SoyBeans
Isltlng relatives in Florida City. Mrs. Geo. Williams and son while with them Sunday evening. seal ar Starke. Florida, this January
1944.
Mr. and Mrs. C. F. M. Wileyf Howell visited relatives In Mac- Mr. and Mrs. Jack Wynn and. tlFFICIAL141AI.Z8th ) A. J. ThomasA. Pickles Qt 23c no 2 9c

> Jacksonville Beach and Dr. clenny Sunday. Mr. and Mrs.: Tom Graves attended clerk lit said Court SAN FLUSH
T. Frank ...Lnndrum Htarke. FloridaAlly Silver Wings Enriched Clrl. Cream StyleS
.">. Mrs. E. W_ Wiley of Jack- Those shopping in Jacksonville the birthday dinner given for Pit, 1-81 41 S.11iw anfFJui

onvllle spent Thursday with Mr. Tuesday were: Mr. and Mrs. L. L. for Mrs. Blanche Brown by Mr. Mte Quick Easy Flour 5 lbs 27c Corn no 2 14cSanitary

and! Mrs. H. M. Richarde. Mrs. K. B. Watter- at Pine
David
Bedenbaugh. and Mrs. Kelly ('IIUTI'I' ('OI'RT 0154UPO/ilk + Educator lb.-pig. Our Favorite
Mrs. 1\[. D. Menton and bare son and Mrs. D. D. Gay. Level Sunday ('01 'OTt. PI.OHIIt| I'll (11''''_

5. R. Foster of Knoxville, Tenn., Mr. and Mrs.. Andy Wall left Mrs. Wiggins of New River Sidney CEitr.A Jsmen; ,,,..totl.I';, Plnlntlff r Crax 'Aib 10c 19c Peas no 2 12c

re guests of Mr. and Mrs. C. Saturday for the week-end with was visiting Mrs1. E. D. Jones vs. Evelyn Tlll-tt Mnrt.fleM lie. 19cGERBER'S JCra '. Macaroni Sacramento Fancy
.
I. Turney. at Valdosta, Ga., but fendanr. Ni 2H44OnDER' L2i 100 Y
relatives i Monday afternoon. I "OF PUHWCATfOV Dinner 9c Tomatoes 19cIi
Mrs.\ R. p McLendon is visiting Just as they arrived they were I Rev. C. C. Butler of New River AND NATICK.. TO AI'P :.'H package
ier mother In due to the serious : STATE OF FIKIDA to: Evelyn
Mrs. J. C. Cogdlll called to Webster ; filled his regular appointmenthere
; Tlllett MartsfleM whose residence FloridaOranges
Any Size '
:I.iineaville. Illness of Mr. Wall's father. Sunday. t 'Is P. O. Box 111, Elisabeth City, p

Iva: Young and son, Charles of Mr. and Mrs. Tom Douglas of Mr. and Mrs. A. V. Varnes of North You Carolina.are required to appear on ib 4 / c P'

-ake Butler were guests of Mr. Gainesville were Sunday guestsof New River spent Sunday here February a lot.. t9*,. In the nbove Baby Foods

>nd Mrs. M. D. Young Friday. Mr. and Mrs. O. A., Pearce.THERESSA visiting Mr. and Mrs. P.. J. named, Court seeks and dlvo.cause...... Krudford whereinplaintiff IJ'. 10 Ibs 45c '

Mrs. J. M. Hembree has re- Goodge. County Telegraph .shall I I publish Can 7C Juicy Florida
urned frolVawahltchka accom- Little Sammy Warren of this. Order In next four weekly

anled' by her cousin, Mrs. Daniel By :MUs Ida Uagan Starke was here Sunday visitinghis I..u.Witness my hand and official, Grapefruit ib 5c

'oone, and baby son, Daniel of father. Dock Warren. seal at 14th Hiarke 1 44OFFICIAL Florida this January

'anama City, who will be her Mr. and Mrs. Lambert have returned Mr. and Mrs. Lem Brown from ( HKAL: A.. J. ThomasAs New Florida Potatoes

Kuests for the week. to their home at Tacoma here Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Mc- flerk. of said Court.

Mr. and Mrs.- L. A. Wiggins Park, Ind., after spending a few KInney of Hampton and Roy ICc- R H.. Duncan for Pit. Jacksonville l-i 4t FloridaAtty. -H Sauer'Red Bliss 5 Ibs 27c.

nd daughter Marie, were guests weeks with her mother who has Kinney from Starke enjoyed a II N

.f Mrs. Jack- JII.i fish fry at Rowell Lake Monday I Y ILLAFresh
Ida B. Maxwell In been very
I'll' ('IKrIIT fot H'r. lilt %'>roi onville Thursday and Friday of i Mr and Mrs. Herbert Clover- Mr. and Mrs. Artford Brownof rot VT%, Fi.oniifti 11 (''' ''11-
CAULI1XOWER Ib 9c
st week. settle and daughter have been Brooker were here Saturday ParKl'Wrhchl.; ;; Plaintiff, yaw No. 2 12c I I4 bch 19c

Morgan Rlcharde and E. D. visiting her mother, Mrs. Loper. visiting Mr. and Mrs. W. H. oulne Liirrh "aright Defendant, Idaho BakingPOTATOFS! Crisp Florida

Mobley, we regret to report, have Mrs. John Jordan and children, Smith and family. ca.rtt'id t77 OF PirBMCATTOV Ib 6c CELERY 2 stalks 19c

Hl'Oth been quite ill this week. Willie Mae and Normalee of Hill- J-ick Wynn and Vollle McKInney AND NOTICK TO APPKAK8TATK Fla. Green Canadian i {
Pfc. visiting friends here were In Gainesville Saturday OP' *'I/>RIDA to: IrfiulpeLamb Delicious. Bennet Custards
Garland Godwin has been crest were Wrl 'ht, whoa re..ldenc> I.a InOI CABBAGEPolished Ib 3 transferred from New River, N. Saturday night. visiting Mr. McKlnney'i son. Meridian Street Huntnvllle, WITH

to a post of embarkation Earl Geiger, Sea 1-c of Cocoa Ale I ha ma. '' .: StuartPECANS U. S. 1 York i
You are required to appear on :
omewhere 'Jn California.Mr. Beach spent the week-end with BOATDRAINBy Marrh. 9th.. 1944. In the above named I. :.I.U.H.ca., Ib 3!c APPLES Ib lie l lF

and Mrs. J. A. Bouvier his mother. Mrs. J. P. Dlckerson. ]Mrs. Z. Z. OrlffU Court.. and cause wherein' plain. /
tiff ek divorce.' Rradford CountyTebaraph
went to Jacksonville Monday and Mrs. S. R. Swindell spent the shall publish thla Order RENNETPOWDER U. S. 1 Irlnh '

had the into week-end with her daughter at Mrs. E. E. Lee and children: In next foul weekly. l..ue>.
good fortune to run
their son. John, from Miami Starke Mrs. W. C. Rhod n. E. Z., Maxine and Maurice of seal. Witness at 8trkt my Florida hand and this official Jan.. c Pocca10 Pounds 37c ;
.
:Neither Clyde Hersey and Frank Kel- Bethel were visiting ),11'. and Mrs. uary 17h., 1,44.A ...
knew of tbe other's presence A. J. THnMAq, Fancy Calif. Croon TopCarrots autsa,
In Keystone Ralph Gainey Sunday.Rev. 8c
there. Needless to say they say were visiting Cleric of said' rnbn.IOrp.rrAL .

lfrs spent. a very happy day together. Heights. J.Sunday P. Dickerson afternoon.Mrs. was. a bir'h and. W.Mrs.E. Zenas Hall was Griffls visiting and Knl 'ht Knight Btarke, FloridaAtty. "HRAf.J. ,- ,- 2. >><"><><.< '15cIkl

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1 BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STARKE. FLORIDA FRIDAY. FEmtu.\U\, IUI!

1'AGEEIOHT_ __ _ _ _ _ u.
--- - 1944.-
MI's. Cleo Andrews!, Assistant, ruary 9th., I In Blk 7 In 81111I1110011'' .
( Three Groups Board Announces A. J. THOMAS. Twp. 7 H, Kit 21 N I "
for the New River Elementary As Clerk of said ( Lots A, H, (', r> i- i
Push Drive Selectee List School; (OFFICIAL. 'ourt'l of Lot 3 of Wlk 8 I In,' ?'.' "
Knight .& Knight, gtarke, .' / Sec:: 4, Twp( T S, UK ,I ,
Mrs. Ola M. PerkIns, Principal Ally. fur {'..f. 2-11 1 Lot 1 of Dili It ,In 101.-
For Waste PaperThe For Two MonthsThe of Rising: Elementary School; and Se... 4, Twp 7 M. UK ."i I '", i
l\ ruu.II.r tot itr.IM1. \1)0111) Lot 1 of 1H1, u, I I.. '
waste drive in thin Bradford County Selective for the teaching staff! of the Law- ('I> FI.OHMJtl IV 1IIAtKIIV. %- 12 1.t 1 of Blk I:: i, '1 t
paper school: L. H. Futch. Principal City Sec., 4. Twp. 7 '
tey 1 M. itk: 'I
; Service Board announces the folLowing Kin lite P ... kotn V ,
County Is going over In a big Puryee. Plaintiff vUeoicre la, 6a, 7a. !m I
list of registrants accepted Mis. Emma Pearce Hill Mrs. ( C., Duiy.>, DeC""dnt.: Case of HIk 14 In Bampmir i i I.

way, according to S. I::. Sparks, for military service during the Eth l W. Ayers, Mrs. Blanche No. OR1JER ZflOO OF Twp. 7 H, Ug 21 'E. I f.
PUBLICATIONAND
Chairman County Salvage Committee Ed'vards. Miss Lois Ditty Mrs. Sub-DIv :3a, 1a. ur
1943 and .VOTH'H/ TO APPEAR 1111''
: of December
months Sampson <
and he says he is proudof i Eunice Kelley Mrs. Nevada Pal STATK OF FLORIDA to: George HII'. 2t 1-1.City S..c 4, ,,, I I,
January 1944: C. Duryee whose residence Is lOs( ,
the results to date. mer, Mrs. Jewell Roberts, Mrs. 13th Nil b.Ilv 6a ni Lot v ,
WHITKLeon : Street, Hoboken, New Jersey In Snmpxon 'I'"'
.H Three groups of young peopleare Beatrice Futch Mrs. Joy ce E. You are. required to appear on 1g21C. City. Sec" i' 'j', ': '.11 S:
Milton Griffin
.
March 13th )
11)44. In the above
this drive for the Futch teachers. I.ot S of Blk 19 |In
sponsoring named San'l'
Marion Madison Grlffls i Court and inline, wher..lnplaintiff Se.' .. 4, Twn. '' I'
,, '-"-' I . 7 M. Hff 21: III
w th All recommendations were un. necks divorce and Custody I
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collection of waste paper- Clifford Hamp Daugherty Loin. 2, 4 of Blk 20 h, L
of Chlkl Bradford
4-H Club the Boy Scouts and William Marvin Bin animously approved.The shall publish this County Order Telegraph In- City.All See Oik 4 4.3, Twp N 7 S' HI r'F>' 'l!'"o-

the Girl Scouts. The small Board also received the next four weekly Issues, of H. A ; "
Lewis Murrhee Witness my hand and official Samp on City. Sec. 4. Twp j Slj'}) I l''
amount received from the sale Roy Edward Goodwin following petition from the teachers seal at Starke Florida this Februarv III One B. ,'I

of the paper will benefit these William Lee Crews of all Bradford County 4th., 1944. of NW1,4 Rq.of A HW14.S15 ft n rot :y. r,
N..c. .
(OFFICIAL SISAL) A. J. ThomasAs 4, "' .
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organizations, as well as aid In Leonard Darby Peek Schools: Clerk of said Court. Itg. Zt E. 1 Acre

the war effort. Frank Robert Coleman "We the undersigned, do hereby William I). Morgan. Jacksonville *I'leg.Bn.at S1'1.o('or of,RWI, ">r I\\\
Florida. for a I" Ii
Atty. Plf. 2-11 4t 38NOTICfo1
The people of Starke and of Jordan Lee Brantley request that beginning with thence run W 330 ft, v inn 11"-1"-

the County have been very gen. Harold Starling the school year 1044-43: we receive 8 830 8.ft.: 200 22 R.ft to 2 Acre-,.*.Se, " T' >'

erous In their assistance In the George Carter Powell our salary in 12 equal February 9th., 1944 TTU'STKRS!' OF INTRnvu: t

collection of this material, and William Henry Gllliard monthly payments In order that BRADFORD NOTICES 13 HEREBY COUNTY, GIVEN FLORIDA.that STATE PROVKMRNT OP PORIDA Pirjfl" nv T|V"

the City Officials are to be commended Herbert Adam Green we may reduce the amount of pursuant to Section' 9 of Chanter Iv A. 3. Thomas ABCM, 'r
in the IS-m Laws of Florida, Acts of teen I. I. Fund. Bra tax as rl '
for the use of the city Robert Wilson Fan tab withholding paid 1037 known as the MURPHY ACT 1t '''''1

trucks for collecting It In Starke William Sherman Matheny. Jr. tax withheld Is more on a 9 the following lands In lradforiCounty -

and hauling it to the Farmers' Irving Thomas month payment plan than It is on sale, Florida at public I will outcry be for offeredfor the in nncriT coticr. 1111 "'.'O

Market. Charles Albert Jenkins a 12 month plan. We suggest highest and best cash bid, subject ((''OI'\I'I'Y.. FLOnlIM 1\ tlltl
to the right of the Trustees of the :11 Y. _
the 12 month payment plans
The amount of waste paper collected Wilbur Alexander Kirkland that Internal Improvement Fund to reject nil.,n Dull'her ((argent, 1'lllInUI'
to date by the boys and Ernest Stanley Bennett now in use in Polk Pine lias. St. any" and all bids, at the \.. Warren 'ftrrant HurK"ni! D.
Johns Hlllsborough and other Court House beginning.. at 10:00: fendant. (Can No. 2921.
girls according to L. T. Dyer Co- George Grlffls o'clock A. M. on the 18th, day of ORDEH OB1 PITHurATir*
r Chairman Is: by 4-H Club, 2,623 Lester McCullough Florida counties be Investigatedand March A. D 1944 Basement for AND NOTICE: ( TO APP \R
; our system arranged on a road right of way 200 feet wide :' >* to .
.3 bs; by the Boy Scouts 2,925 Julius Kowatch will be reserved from any par..tthrough ,, Bryant Sargent whose re5mla ,
w.II lbs.; and by the Girl Scouts, 1.- Isaac Stephen Owen. Blmiliar basis. (Signed by all which there I I" an existing U. 8. 8. Dace, % Fleet 1 fnS!01
__ transferredto Bradford County Teachers). State Road and as to lands In composite fire' "Ban Franehico.'Vallfnrnla;
.586 Ibs., making a grand total of i White Registrants tracts of 10 acres 'or more Tou are required to appear" ,
; 8,584 Ibs. i this board for Induction: The Board unanimously agreedto title to one-half of alt petroleumand March. tilth. 1944. In tho ab",
S '- -----I Cross pay the teachers 01the 12 three-fourths of other minerals named Court and cause Wit'si,
Franklin Wheelus
The drive will continue Mr. Henry will be reserved. plaintiff seeks. divorce. flradf,,
&&i firing Out Bean Pots for Guest Dinners! Dyer says and the city truck City Fla.Ravenel. month plan as requested beginning Bee. HO chns W of NE Cor ofSec. County Telegraph shall. I>'ublll),,",
Carl Jones, Quincy, with the 1944-49 term of 25 & run W 435 yds, S 113 1-3 thin Order. In next. four wpeklv i 10
I sfr (See Recipe Below) will pick up the paper all over school. :vds. E nil yds, N till:' 1-3 yd* tobegn. au..".
I Starke Saturday morning ., 10 A. Sec 25, Twp 7 S. Witness. my hand. and offw,
ii Nights every Fla.Richard Glenn Dempsey Jas- Kg. 20 E, 10 Acres. Heal at fltarke, Florida" this p.i
: Company Lynn Chambers Peia&.8aYIn.lieD. from 10 A. M. to noon. Those Com. at NE Cor of KVfV of runry Sth. 1944.OFFICIAL .
thit having paper should bundle it per Fla.Albert. Mrs. Mary E. JonesRev. NWV of "'Wit. & run W 135 ft. S ( snAI.) 1 A. J. Thorn'
Marlon Gllsson, Palatka, 210 ft. K 135 ft. N ItO ft to begn.. A said Crturt.
You may be on a strict ration and place it out on the curb at Sec 4. Twp. '7 S, Rg. 21 E. 1 Acre. '1'. Frank Landrum Stark... ria],
budget but it lint necessary to ration Home-Baked Beans that time. Those who live out of Fla. S. E. Franklin of Jacksonville Sub-DIvs lOa, j lla & lots 19. 21 Atty for Plf. pi :2-11 41 I..

; hospitality If Boston Brown Bread Sandwiches town: may leave the paper at the Morgan Lee Tilghman Water conducted funeral services -

you plan the.food} ,' Lettuce. CarrotTomato.Onion" Court House Valley. Miss. on Wednesday at 3 o'clock

' &nit entertainment *.Salad that all Ancll Willies Griffin Fernan- i in the afternoon for Mrs. Mary EVERY BRANCH OF

wisely.Food Fruit Ambrosia Coffe It Is very1 necessary dma FIn.James Elizabeth Jones aged 77, who i '
assorted I Into three
t and pleasant con Recipe Given paper be Elvtn Shadd Jackson died at her home here Tuesday. I
and slick
versationshared kinds: 1. Magazines ville, Fla. She had -been ill for more thana

( with friends make paper. 2. Newspaper and rough COLOREDLee year. DeWitt C. Jones directedthe i !)

the long cool Another dish worthy of consideration -i paper. 3. All pasteboard Inciting Allen burial at Crosby Lake Ceme nuranceH.

. nights and work- on cool nights for entertaining cal.tons. Place In bundles James FordAlphonso tery. She is the widow of the

i __ fllled days easier is this ground meat pie-that serve weighing not over about 25 Ibs. Neal late James Evans Jones
six with Just a pound of meat: and tie well two ways so that it
to share. Plan soon to have someone John Harold Thomas Mrs. Jones a former residentof .

over for you can do It with today's Hamburger Pie. can be bandied. Willie 'Lee Tucker m West Florida had lived here

recipes without stretching theratloft t (Serves) 6)) Since there are three groups Phillip W. Alexander for the past 6 years. She was a C. WALL

or l budget book out of Joint. 1 medium-sited onion, chopped collecting paper, each bundle Washington L. Wynn member of the Penecostal Holiness -

'.. Dishes should be hearty enough to 1 pound ground beef should be plainly marked to show Leesvlne Crumidy Church. ,

satisfy any man-sized appeUtes you Salt and pepperS which group It Is intended for. Harrington Chandler. Survivors are a daughter Mrs. Agency

encounter but pretty enough to )Ii cup green beans The 4-H Club boys In the Colored Registrants transferred Ruby E. Humphreys of Orlando;

draw compliments too. Have things 1 can eondensed tomato soup school have done a good Job of here for Induction: two sons, W. P. Jones of Starke

i ,Ii l j easy to Ox so that you can have 5 inedium-olaed potatoes, cooked collecting paper, Mr. Dyer leaderof Glover: Smith Miami Florida. and H. J. Jones of Miami and Constant Service Over 50 Years

..f: plenty of time to "take part in the M cup warm milk the 4-H Clubs says, aa he has Enoch Leon Smith Jasper, one sister Mrs. Nan Lane Jones.

J;, social actlvitle.'o( (he evening. 1 beaten egg brought In several hundred Florida.

..e ,,1t ,,1 Enlist the.help L of _the children_!in Salt and pepper pounds from the schools In his POLITICAL. Please Phone 116CLASSIFIED

''''''''1 selling up me ,taoies ponming 'uvcrware Brown onion In hot fat; add milk ANNOUNCEMENT I

_' and glasses. They'll like and seasonings. Brown. Add beans car.The Rev. Chas. Allen and V. H. Warm Discussion ,
doing It and it will ease the load on and Pour Into FOR ( ofMTY ('O" i9io\rn!! :
soup. a greased cas Enlivens SessonOf
Garden are leaders of the Boy I hereby announce roy candidacyfor I II
you. serole. Mash potatoes,' add milk Scouts and Mrs. Lemuel Colaon Is County Commlimloner from DlB-
Baked beans are grand for fall egg and seasonings. Spoon in School BoardThe trlct No.2. Hubject to the will of ADS
leader' the Girl Scouts. Any the Democratic. voters. In he primary -
_ entertaining and they really make mounds over meat. Bake In a mod. one having waste paper that Is fact that 20 white children electIon' May 2. If electedI __.__n
q' those points go a long way. They erate oven (350 degrees) 30 minutes promlHB to help administer the
_ _ certainly answer the need for heartiness not picked up should get In touch are being transported from affairs of the entire county In an WANTED PERMANENT WAVE, 59c!
.f, A waffle supper is another of:
way to
with one of these who will see honest fair and nquare manner I
to the Starke
to satisfy appetites fanned by Camp Blanding Your vote your own Permanent if
entertaining which can be Inexpen. the bent of my ability. Listings on apartment, houses or
It Is collected.The .
and when that school in a bus driven by a negro and active support will be greatly
i the coolness In the air slve and consume Dt home for rent located within 20 Charm-Kurl Kit. Complt
served in attractive casseroles with cooperation of everyone la caused a session of heated comment appreciated. equipment.
t only a few points. s. -n, L. Crawford.oLr miles of Starke Including 40 curl
.1'r gay table background they answer There are loads 'It '" requested by Chairman S. E. at a meeting of the Brad 119 Ea.it Call Street and shampoo. Easy; to .do isolutely
1. ,
,* i the beauty requirement. of things to do \ .' Sparks In this drive that we may ford County Board of Public In- ( tsulsstoIltlI.rl't 1%... :I harmless. Pralsel

It you make the beans yourself with waffles-either asHlst In helping supply this badly stiuction in the Court House I hereby announce mv canrtlilioy: W. T. CLUTE. Realtor thousands including Fay ii I

,. !M i a little pork goes a long way when It for main .. needed item In helping win Monday. for C'ountv No. 6 romprlHlnw C ,mml "ln..r.. the Prookerand of Pintrlct PUBLIC ACCOUNTANT returns Kenzle, glamorous movie iti

41 travels with other such savory foods course or des the war, i It was decided that the Board New River Precincts subjectto prepared assistance with Money refunded If not satlsfit:
will of the democratic Voter -
) as mustard. molasses, brown sugar serts. Make plain would contact Military authorities H the In the Primaries. In Slav small accounts. Open evenings KOCH DRUG STORK:

; t 4 tomato sauce and vlnegarJ \ waffles and serve them with Camp CommanderAt responsible for the assign The vote and active support or I 6 to 10. Upstairs over Stern-
In the district earneHllv -
creamed chicken or leftover veal the voter are
j Home Baked Beans. ment at Camp Blanding in an I ifelpeted berg's. Box IF
J creamed with mushrooms. For des-' Rotary Club Hollcltpd and promlxe !: 269 Starke. YOU WOULD BUY OR SEL
(Serves 6 to 8)) effort to make an arrangementmoie tn dlxchnrKe the duties of 1-8-tp.:! :! | milk cows stock beef
a
sects, try them with berries or fruitor the office In a fair and Impartial cows
t cups navy beans a combination of ice cream and Colonel Walter E. Smith commander satisfactory! ,to- all concern manner'M WHY'AITPlace tie, stock bulls or hogs, get

::4 ,y pound fat salt pork fruit or berries. of Camp Blanding was ed. o HAnRF.LI.. your orders touch with J., D, Odom J'
1 Ii teaspoons salt Meanwhile Dr.V.. E. Middle- S now for your chicks. We have
Walnuts In waffles make them guest speaker at the Rotary Club S a Box 247 Starker Box'201 La

,': Vi cup brown sugar taste wonderfully good. Serve a few Wednesday and Impressed his ton Superintendent: of Schools CanYouC them every Tuesday. New City; Telephone 431 .Lake ClJhictlon '
Hampshire R d sand'"blte
H teaspoon dry mustard wishes to make it" clear that the e
tender, sizzling link sausagds with hearers with his straightforward market every TuesJj
(1 t tablespoons molasses, I Leghorns from R.O.P. roosters.All .
bus in question "Is1" furnished by Lake '
these for a particularly temptln manner and the evident slnceiltyof City 2:39: ; every Thu
j1 l :, 1 small oalon; quartered '. Federal authorities and Is under chicks guaranteed from
: late evening snack: his desire for real cooperationI day, Palatka, 2PM. 1-6
,
I! I H cup cfctaup. If desired .' hens tested for pollorum and
_ *, I between Blanding and its nearest their jurisdiction and that the
Drive Car?
: Wash beans: Cover 'with ''water Walnut Waffles* t townStarke."I Bradford County Board Is not responsible : approved. Also "fryers at ,'cell FOR SALE
neighboring Saanen
milk (
Makes 4 to 0 waffle gn
::t' and soak them'overnight.. Cook' ( ) 4 In'anoy?Way for the ing: prices. WASDIN'S HATCH
2'i
\ {i ''slowly until the' "I I1t 5 well-beaten egg yolks realize that a small town maintenance of the bus or the WHEN YOU were a kid, did ERY 3 mi. north .of Waldo. years old freshen soo

skins burst or'' until \ 1"5 cups milk > such as Starke cannot hope. tocope"wlth choice of Its driver. you always pester to "go' 2-46tp gave 3 qts. milk daily w
!
Jj''i: jUlltend.r.. :2 cups pastry flour . all the problems arising along" on every ride? And first babies; 1 Toggenburj a-

if.; L t Drain reserving M teaspoon salt from the nearby establiBhmea Jos. E. Wilson representingthe now
/L ,: liquor. Place half 4 teaspoons baking powder. \ of a large Army training camp] Harold C. Wall Insurance of handling the wheel like a Top wages. with regular' em 1 Nubian 9 mo. old; 1 one-hi

the beans In bean 6 tablespoons oil without benefit of outside help." Agency reported on. the result of man?: ployment. Orange Lines Inc., French Alpine doe fresh

L If pot or casserole. I'stiffly beaten egg whites Col. Smith stated. "Therefoie I a recent survey made by hw Women with mechanical ability Apply Blanding Center. 3tp soon All for $50 or Bell sept

, slice' of',\ 1 broken walnut kernels on the condition of all L. '
c Bury a cup ) hope you will bring any problemsthat company needed 1 In the WACat rately.- B. Jordan Rt
are
'k:. ., pork In beans trnd .. .4 Combine beaten egg yolks and you cannot solve by your school buildings owned by the once. Other skills arc. needed WANTED-Mian! with family for Box 304, near Highway '8.

another slice in Board and made suggestions con sharecropper or wages. New .
--ru milk. Add flour sifted together with selves to us, and I assure you too. And untrained women 2-42
p" i I' l.1 the remaln\u3\ ,!nlred.ents.! Add remaining salt and baking powder then add that we will make a sincere effort cerning needed repairs. He also ran learn skill.* that will beuseful house with electricity. D. G.
r i. 3 beans and seasonings.& Place presented a new plan of Insur- Kelly. 4 miles West on Road
; FOR
to help SALE Used 4 Kite
.4; oil. Beat until smooth, fold In egg you. all their! lives. 239 burner

1: i Cover remaining with salt bean pork liquor.over Cover the top.and whites and nuts. Bake In ungreased Col. Smith described some of ance which provides blanket Insurable coverage types of Army j Job need 23 itp en range with Oven and broil.

bake in a slow oven (250 to 300 degrees waffle Iron. the many problems Incident to on that everything the Board In Warn. to fill them. FOR SALE-Venetian Blinds: 1 circulating gas beater: 2 C

7 ) 6 to 8 hours. It necessary, As meat shortages become more running a large military establlahment nature This owns which Get full details at the nearest size 106x51; 2 size 30x58: ; '1 bath room stoves; 1 lock):

i\ add more liquid.Individual acute, cereals are once more taking like Blanding and prals- the county. policy. U. S. Army Recruiting size 26 3-4x60 1-2. Newneverbeen chair; 1 occasional chair,

i\ bean pots make serving their place In the American diet. eel the spirit of cooperation he has covers a five year period Is 10 Station (your local poRt office used. Bargain. Box 385 bookcase; radio: cherry hnot. >

.f simpler. The 'beans may be Spaghetti macaronI. noodles. etc.. experienced on the part of the percent cheaper than the one Mill give you the ad- Stark itp .. Any or all Items sold''

baked In small pots. or, If desired all belong to the cereal family and townspeople since I he assumed previously purchased by the ,dress' ). or write: The Adjutant highest bidder, Middle FH*
,. be used admirably for meat Hoard. It was u n a n I mously "
baked In a large pot ladled out Into may command of the camp early In General Koom thiS, HOUS WORKER WANTED part home 2nd group.. West Mad

small pots before servin,.' stretchers and substitutes- Combine January. agreed to accept thll\.pew.schedule. Munitions Building Washington time SOc hour. Must have St. 1 r
them with one of the complete protein but despite the research on the health card.
Mrs.
t Relax taut nerves and forget It. C. Morotta. ,
'. your foods such as meat or cheese part of the Wall agency the MINISTER Church of Chn*
worries by serving a delicious Two AnnounceFor S S S S S S S SIN Lake St. & Old Blanding Road.
war and you have a very satisfying, flll- Board voted to divide the schedule would like to rent 3-5 n*

'. I I. decaffeinated the coffee coffee-!in hot a percolator or cold. If Ing dish. Here's a dish fortified County BoardsThe equally between that organization : 4'IU'IT: ('01 HT, HHIUFOKO ltp house in or 'near Starke I I'
making
with grated cheese and another protein and the Charley E. Johns rnixri, FI.on'n.1 t. m-: FOR SALE-Solid mahogany dining quire at Lacy how
Conway's
it needs slightly longer to bring out C H14: %.
'r:4. the full, rich coffee flavor. food. eggs: political waters of Bradford Insurance Agency. MaxIne ,Scott, Plaintiff vm Mile room suite medium size.- 1 1-2 mL on Road 48, or wr]

Boston brown bread is the traditional Baked Eggs on Spaghetti. County were stirred this! Other business transacted Included J;'". Hcoti, .Jr.. Defendant. Case No. May be .seen at 311 W. Call St. Box 461. 1

(Serves 8)) week by two announcements for 2848.ORDER OP It
accompaniment for baked the granting of a leave of PUBLICATION1=
_ _ 1))> cups spaghetti seats on the county boards. AND NOTICK' TO APPEAR FOR SALE-Four cottages w
beans. Slice it very thin, spread absence for.the duration to L. M.Sponholt. STATE OF
FLORIDA to Miles
.", :2 tablespoons butter or substitute O. J. Phllllpn of Lawtey. In announcing : fenced land ready for farmHand
with butter or cream cheese, whichever .. Principal of Lawtey B. (lcott, Jr., whose residence la WANTEDGirls
4 tablespoons Hour Unknown.You equipped for chicken r&-lIny.
his for County
candidacy -
I suits ;your palate best. Junior High School and the allowance -
r' \\ 1 teaspoon salt. Commissioner from District are required to appear on Apply at Angelo's Ciw
of an additional $10 to :March 13th. 1944 In the above
:2 cups milk said named Court and 18 to ?8
-e One : I feel It Is my dutyat the salary of E. J. Lewis bus cause wherein
1 cup American-style grated' cheese plaintiff seeks divorce. Bradford -_
this
I 8 time to run for the of- driver for extra miles added to County Telegraph shall publlih FOR SALE-Copper-skin ?*

Lynn Says eggsnuuereu u _ fl"of County Commissions ....... i...... ,.....,&. this Order In next four weekly Issues TYPISTSTO ; ".__ .L. __ __ __ ,.
t crumbs uw. uw . - -- - ntco potato 1.SO per '
,from District One. I will make seed | :'j
Point Savers: Discarding leftovers Cook spaghetti In 4 quarts boiling The Board received from Trustees Witness rry hand and official -F. C. Hodges, Rt. 2, Box f
my formal announcement at a seal at Starke, Florida, this February TRAIN IN AN
!is wasta for they can salted water until tender.' Drain. later date." of the various school districts 4th, 1944. Starke. 'r 1

I make.many a meal. and a nice Add melted .butter. Add:! flour and the following letters of A. J. THOMAS. ESSENTIAL INDUSTRY
For School Board As Clerk of said ('ourt.OFP'lcJIA1. STEVER'S i I'I
Use leftover meats or poul- salt mixed SPECIAL: Next
one. thoroughly. Pour in milk recommendation for Principalsand ( '
E ton Brown. In announcing his SEAL) Apply To : .
try and a combination of vegeta. gradually. Cook. stirring constantly ; teachers for the!.1944-43 term Knight &: Knlg-ht, Stark.*, Florida. Manager weeks blood-tested chlcl"
lies, and tuck that under a flaky until thick. Add cheese and blend. candidacy for School Board m 'm- of school: Atty. for Plf. 2-11 4t 8-3 : I 2 and 3 wks. old; New }la.

pie-crust for a wonderful meat Mix with spaghetti.: Pour Into shallow her fiom District Two, stated: i\ ('1I1(,{ 1'1' (":'' sir. nntuFonit : Western UnionFOR shire B. Rocks. R. I.8e !

saver. Remember pie crust Is greased baking dish. Break "I hereby announce my candidacy; Mra. Ruth Fraziev Principalof COt. \T\, FI.OIIIUll in 1:!! !>. Wyandotts; iSo and up.143u'
with value because for School Board member for the Graham ElementarySchool C Ktt V.
? I packed energy eggs onto spaghetti sprinkle with RUIn McCarthy. Plaintiff vs. James SALE-1935 half-ton every Saturday. Stew]
y of the shortening. buttered crumbs and salt. Bak. In School District No. Two comprising ; R. McCarthy defendant. Case No. truck--C. R. panel Hatchery Live Oak, FU .
Whltehead.
y ; Try high quality shortening for a slow oven (300 degrees) about 30 South Starke and The Arthur MtRae Principal and 2UI.ORDER Law 2.11 .
Fla.
OF PUBLIC1ITIOPJ tey,
making pastry. It is fresh and minutes or until eggs are cooked. ressa voting precincts. I pro. AND NOTICE TO AI'PBAK It

iweet doesn't have to be kept in mine If elected to do all I can STATK OF FLORIDA tn: James WANTED Men and FOR SALE-Ladies bicycle.

the refrigerator and Is of a nice Are you' hating a lime ftrrtdtlnfmsuM : for the best Interest of the !i'O ;aT hLlah: residence Is women bus months old. Excellent co"" J
----- !? U nt. la Mitt I.ynn Chamber MMto ? 619 Oliver Butliing operators to operatebuses between 1
texture to Wend with flour.
schools, not In Plttsburir. tlon. Reply to Box431-C-
fr To roll for prarliniJ, help, at lichens, //Nnvi/M- only my district You are required Pennsylvania.. to Starke and Camp Blan _
dough thin appear on
pie cover but
per Union lt'''> Smith Ueiplamtt Sr.r the county as a whole. I ding. Good
March )
ISth
board with *. 1944, In the above opportunity to do FOR RENT four-*
and Furnished
'.t a heavy muslin l.hicanii.; !! III. I)",,'t fortrt tn rnclotfHumpJ a will appreciate your vote and tdi,4./1 named Court and cause" wh..r..lnplaintiff your part In war work and"make
,: rolling pin with. a child's white trll.addretiwt rnivtojw lor .t." seeks divorce. Bradford house 3 1-2 miles out on ,
sock. jour reply.Releaiiqd County Telegraph shall publish this good wages. Apply at Lawtey highway. Apply *J
I Respectfully 8 AC ATTACK Order, In next four weekly Issuen Orange Lines Inc. )!H
o! by Weelen Ntwipacur Uul..n Witness my han and official Blanding T. J. McIntyre 631 W
J. E.: Brown.
r: .-. - seal at Stark., Florida. this Feb Center. 2tp son St.



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