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 18, 1944
Frequency: weekly
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 )
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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Volume ID: VID04850
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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and BRAD'fORD -Home of the ,

'r Recreation Center COUNTY TELEGRAPH Sweetest Strawberries'

for Camp Blanding This Side or Heaven

' Official County"PIictition Established In 1877

'OLCME HlXl'Y-FIVK MTAJUUB. FLORIDA. 'UlD.\l-'EClu'un':.:._ 18, I'JU UMJiKK! SK\: 'rF.ts:
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ed Cross Quotaet City On DelinquentsTo Makes Drive Futch Enters Race II Bradford- County Within $45,000

At $15,300; Pay LicensesCity For School I

marked Officials effort to are collect makng all\ fees a Of Fourth War Loan Bond Goal i iI

rive Starts SoonNat for Occupational Licenses J before Superintendent .

March 1 and City Clerk Carl Chairman Wilson Confident

Sternberg, having: been ap- Johns ducting requests a business that In anyone Starke con-who I Melvin B. Futch of Lawtey. I Charged WithManslaughter City Plant Gets Be Reached With A Little Extra I,

l jointed to the Chairmanship of has not yet obtained or renewed for' the past 12 years a teacherIn Effort On Part Of All

I lie annual Red Cross War Fund a license come to his office In I the county schools this week ,
rive for the third consecutive'!,the City building and turn In the announced his candidacy for the Three NewTransformers

frear, announced the names of fee which may vary.from $2.75: to office of County Superintendentof I Bradford County this week was still among the handfulof

{hose expected to be key workersn I $50 according to the type of Public Instruction.At .I Florida counties that had not yet reached their quotas 1

the campaign after an organ business operated. present Mr. Futch Is operat- In Auto DeathOn in the Fourth War Loan Drive, but sales through yesterday l''

isation meeting at'; his home Fri These licenses were due Octo- ing a saw mill near Lawtey and totaled $229,400: leaving a mere $45,000 between victory t

l ay night. ber 1, 1943. resigned his teaching job to devote I and defeat ..

They are: Joseph Wilson, chair- Mr. Johns points out that the his full time to the business recommendation of a cor- Three 100 kilowatt transformers Chairman Jos. E. Wilson, who had been feeling pretty (i

nan, Business Division; Mrs. city's revenue from this source of supplying lumber for defense oner's jury composed of S. E. which will double the power of discouraged over the outlook during the last few days, was

iullus M. Smith, chairman Wom is approximately $5,000: a year. housing projects. and Navy construction Sparks. Adolph Gay, W. E. To- the City Light & Water Plant, encouraged Thursday morning by the arrival of a check

n's Division; E. L. Matthews, rode. W. M. Edward, P. S. Den- were Installed Wednesday to care from the Southern Bell Telephone C<>. for $5,000 to be
Chairman, Publicity; Mrs. Glen Lenten ServicesAt Mr. Futch is married to the mark and O. 1.- Sapp the State for the Hunting needs of the community credited on Bradford County's quota.

uke, Chairman, Displays; Mrs. former Miss Joyce Terry of Law brought a charge of manslaughter at a higher peak of ef- Although the drive
I against Alex driver of the than has been officially ended Feb. 15, officials
uth Morse, chairman Outlying St. Marks King ficiency ever possible -
tey and they have four children. have announced that sales of E Bonds
will be
credited to
blstrlcts which will Include the truck held responsible for the recent before.
Each In announcing to I Is candidacythis
Following communities and their WednesdayThe death of David Leroy Tucker, This brings the capacity of quotas through the remain
week, Mr. Futch made the
Respective chairmen: Lawtey, Hal minister selected for the following statement: Infant son of Pvt and Mrs. Lewis the plant to 600 kilowatts, an I der of the month. t
>:dwards; Hampton. Mrs. G. P. series of Lenten addresses in St. To the Citizens and Voters of Tucker. amount sufficient to provide a ExampleOldsters "With only $45,000 to go

jkVadsworth; Brooker, Mrs Eugeneng Mark's Episcopal Church for 1944 I Bradford County: The inquest was held Friday at reserve which would be neededIf might dig a little and 10 bond-buying days left I

; New River, M. L. Johns; Is the Reverend James Stirling.He I 2 p. m., in Judge E. K. Perry-. one motor failed to operate. deeper Into their pockets for in this month, I firmly believe t
' fclellbronn, Mrs. Muriel Norman; will I hereby present myself as a ma a'a ,Court: According to City Clerk Carl that
speak each Wednesday War Bond dollars If they were we can go over 1.
heressa, Mrs. Ida Hagan; Sax- candidate for the office of Super The child was fatally InjuredJan. Johns!!!, If this emergency had occurred "
evening a t eight o'clock follow the top again C h I If
upon intendent of Public Instruction, to the example set by a rman
bn Nelson Green 30 theca ,In before
Mrs. when ? whichhe Wednesday, one
subjects fundamental In the belief IS: year old Merry Winkler, Wilson stated. "Starke has
K. Mrs. subject to the pleasure of the with circuit would have out and
Judge< E. Ferryman. was riding Collided a gone
of all Christians, beginning Feb daughter of Mr. and Mrs. E. really been worked with I
voters in the a
Primary Electionof
tyrtlce Carpenter and Howell truck, driven by King and left many homes would have been '
asworthy have been appointedo ruary" 23 with "The Doctrine of :May 2, 1944.I on the Gainesville highway three without lights. A. Winkler of 226 Temple Ave. fine-toothed comb and the

a special planning: committee.The God. was born and reared in Brad- miles from Starke because of a In view of the Increased drainon Merry bought the bond this most complete job has been '

quota set for this district The Rev. Mr. Stirling Is Stu- ford County, where I attendedthe breakdown which occurred about power at the plant during week which brought her total done by volunteer workers inthindrive

I this year Is $15,300, dent Chaplain at The University Public Schools. After grad- three hours before the accident. recent months the City fond up to $1,000 and Hhe'a earned than in any previous. '
of Florida in Gainesville. His from B ad ford Trustees collaboration with every nlckle of that amount effort. I have nothing but praise .
early 2 1-2 times as much as uating r High The flares which King Impro- la the
that of last year and it will takehe ministry at the Chapel of the School I attended the University vised when he found none In the City Council made the purchaseof herself selling papers.She's for the cooperation shown thus

combined efforts of every Incarnation there has been influential of Florida and received my De- truck owned by Leaford: Welcher. the new transformers about 60 a familiar figure, not far, but If everyone who has already

fmbllc spirited citizen In Bradford among the students as gree of Bachelor of Arts in Edu- Malone of Jacksonville, were ineffective days ago but delivery was de- only on Call Street but on all bought bonds will buy just ,

ounty to meet the goal. it has been simple in character. cation. While at the University I and had gone out when layed until this week.Brotherhood the byways hurrying along on a little bit more we can still raise I
He is intellectually keen and a her bike, her long yellow hair that last 'M3.000.: I
This Increase, however Is in took courses dealing with Public the Tucker car approached the
ilirect proportion to the Increasen talented speaker. The students School Administration. For 12 truck shortly after nightfall. Week flying in the wind. But Merry Nylons firing 10,500/
has to deliver more
to hurry
demand for the versatile have found him a coveted com- I served as a teacher in Considerable .
the years Those whose .testimony led to impetus to the
In addition
than 150 papers a day -
Services of the American Red panion as well. the schools of the county. the holding of King on a man- Stressed Here to her'school work In drive came from the premiere

'rose both at home and abroadnd His series of addresses has been Since I have been in school slaughter charge were Mrs. Lewis President Roosevelt has pro (the Dtlh grade Knowing "Thousands( Cheer" at r
the natural outgrowth of scheduled for Wednesday even- the Florida Theatre nl ht. ,
is the child's mother and Monday
work all my life the education of Tucker, claimed the week of February 12- A good pattern of both Industry -
|his urgent need. Ings Instead of the customary Pvt. and Mrs. Warren F Heeler, where admission was by purchase '
and '1'1'of
I 20 Brotherhood Week patriotism, Merryplans i
the youth is uppermost In my as a measure -
The annual drive will begin on Friday night service, as being a all occupants of the car involvedIn War Bonds only.
to ten- to keep right on buying
(larch 1 and continue more convenient time They will mind If elected to this office I help
throughhe and T. Chas-
accident C.
I the sions and bigotry. The various bonds because she says she High point of the evening wan
| month. begin on Ash Wednesday, Feb- will at all times conduct myselfIn taln, Jr., and Mrs. T. C. Chas- USO clubs throughout the coun- wants to help both her country the auctioning off of a pair of I

ruary 23 and continue each Wednesday a manner conducive to the I taln. Sr., who arrived at the try, which represent nix national : and herself She's going to nylon hone graciously donatedto

Christian Church until Easter. Other Len- promotion of the educational system scene Immediately following the service organizations. of the three college on that money as soon the cause.. by Mrs Jack J.
ten services will be, The Children's of this county. accident. Shea, wife of a Camp Blanding t!
dominant. faiths,. were asked to as Uncle Sum Is through withIt.
H. E Steele, Area Representave Service on Tuesday at 3 I earnestly solicit your vote ,The defendant Is accused of encourage- --- ---- - and .develop such -a- Merry sells the Jacksonville corporal Bidding was spirited

of the National Benevolent P.. M. and the Holy Communionon and support. culpable negligence and will beheld program in their .respective com- Journal and the Bradford with Mrs. Tom Grady. owner of f

taoclatlon.! of the Christian Thursdays at 8 a. m. A cordial over for the Grand Jury munities. A strong bond of County Telplu'aph the Florida Theatre, and Lotilx

hunch will hold services at the welcome is extended to all TabernacleThe during the April Court. brotherhood amongst our heterogeneous Shafkln, local jeweler, "fightingIt

hrlatlan Church on Friday" night to be present at these services. The Road Department collected people will not only tend out" for the coveted nylons.

Bt t' tills week at 8 o'clock and Rev. William Hudnut will speak artistic ministry of Fred the Fed; bouJ forfeited by. Mr. to strengthen our national life at Joseph E. Frith The hone were finally "knocked

ttunday morning. Mr. Steele was at a Vesper Service to be held Cowell, who so vividly portrayedthe I Malone owner!' of the truck,.when a time when our country Is involved Funeral services' for Joseph K. ilown" to Mr. Shafkln for $ .OOO

Hornierly a teacher in Johnson.ible Sunday at the Episcopal Church Gospel with crayon and he fall(J to appear at the Inquest In a global war for survival In Honda, lie quickly announcedthat
Frith of Lake Geneva, who died|
College, and has been pas- between the hours of 5 and 6 was a blessing to all eas"I'1, Friday. He was charged but will also nerve an a at the Vetman'n Hospital In Lake he would buy the bond, but
')1 of the church at Fitzgerald!, o'clock. Conducted by men in and the children received some 'with failure to provide the vehicle basis for a sound and lasting would let the nylon. go to Mrs.
City Thursday of last week, WPI'9hel.1
|;a, until he entered his present the Service, the townsfolk of special instructions in the art of 1; with proper equipment. peace, It Is said at the McRae Church Mon- Grady for her bid of 14,000. She,

Bvotk the first of February. Frl- S arke are invited and urged to drawing; besides a Bible lesson In I I Samuel Krelter, newly appoint. day at 1 o'clock In the aflor- In turn offered: to buy her bid In

llay night he will show the lovely attend., the afternoon services. Rotarians Learn ed director of the Jewish: Welfare noon Burial was In McRao Cem- bonds, but generously. lave the
I i ,
technicolor motion pictures of Starke serving at the hone back to be auctioned off
The next treat In store for the Board In etry
I he Southern Christian Home for I More About YMCA again, This time, E. A. Winkler,
I Sisters Injured Tabernacle group and their USO Club operated by the Mr. Filth, a machinist and a
i-lilldren In Atlanta and the Florida friends Is the engagement of Dr. Boy Scout Work under the direction of Julius L. Veteran of World War I, wan 43 local electrician, bid them In at
Auto CollisionMrs. I
Christian for inlacksonvl.e. In In bonds.
Home aged $1,500
William L Pettlnglll, of Wilmington Thorn, undertook his first constructive years old at the time of his death.

A special offering Arthur' and Mrs.J. Delaware, who arrives Sat- I National Boy Scout week was tusk In fostering the He In. survived by two daughters The Uev. O. C Powell, pastor
for the benevolent work of the A. Scanlan, sisters and residents urday and will minister at the I brought to the attention of Ro- Brotherhood. program. by calling Mrs. Annie Mae Griffin. Misses of the Methodist Church, servedas

Church will be received. of 301 S. Water St., Starke, regular services next week, and tary Club members here Wednes- on pastors of the various denominations Mildred and Ruth Frith, all of auctioneer and also made a

received only minor Injuries Friday then every evening the following day by an interesting program in Starke and asking themto Lake Geneva and one brother, pep talk on the subject of bond

[Sheriff Reports night when the car in which week. 'presented by Scoutmaster Chan.H. set aside the two Sunday Feb. U. Van Frith of Phoenix City, buying

[Business Quiet they were riding collided with one This will, no doubt, be the outstanding Allen and four members of the 20 and 27 for discussion in their Ala. Mrs Junlun M. Smith and Mrs.

driven by Raymond Paramore of meeting of the winter Starke troop. respective sermons of the true Edward Burns sold, bonds at a
Scouts taking part on the pro- Christian principle underlying the YOUTH COUNCIL MEETSThe booth In the lobby and between
1 Bradford County is on Its good Jacksonville at the intersection season and all Bible lovers, especially
were Billy Mlles Senior meaning of brotherhood. Every $15,000: and $20,000 worth of
behavior. For ace o r ding to of Madison and Walnut Sts. are invited to hear these gram Youth Council met Thurs
Patrol Leader: Billy Smith, Patrol cheerfully agreed to
Pherlff A. O. Andreu he madehe Other occupants of the Para prophetic messages. clergyman day night In the Methodist" Rec- bonds were Issued on the spot
> Leader; Gerald Boelter, Scribe; cooperate.The .
first return on a warrant more car were Pvt. Hardy A. and Barney McRae, Patrol Leader: theme of Brotherhood will reation Building Plans for a Use of the.thuatre for the evenIng .

fruesday that it's been necessaryo Paramore of Hq. Co., Camp Mc- Recent BirthsBorn The boys. gave Rotarians a new also be stressed In special pro comprehensive. youth programwere find all expenses. of the show-

I make this month. That means Call, N. C.. and Miss Edlth I I Insight into the variety of' useful grams at the three USO club In foimulateil. Ing were donated by Mrs Grady.
activity at the County jails Booker of Jacksonville. No seri- to Mr. and Mrs. J. B. training that a Scout must receive Starke.

practically at a standstill. ous damage was done to eitherof Shade! of Starke, a daughter, on I i before he ,attains the rank i To Be Delegate DenmarkFuneral

I And not to be outdone by the the cars, according to Feb. 5.Born. of first cIa is. Roy

Ixemplary conduct of the County, man Vollle Manning who patrol-I to Mr. and Mrs. Carl Mr. Allen described the prog D. Axis steps of .."'s,- Julius L. Thorn, director of the services for Roy Denmark -

I titarke itself has produced only first officer on the scene. Rhoden of Hampton, twin daughters ress of the troop and expressed Oom'l step wo drunks during the past week, UH one of the nine directors
Mrs., Holiday received First on Feb. 11. .1 his appreciation of thee assistance I Jan 28. Rev, J. L. Norris I j
fvhich. Chief of Police A. L. Al- I from the Southern States to attend -
liarez Aid at the scene of the accident Dorn to Mr. and )Mrs. P. P. being given him by Fred Guy of I and Rev, L. G. Hemmlngway officiated 1
*>t says winds up the business i and was later taken to the officeof Jones of near Starke, a son, on and Van IL Carden, who are helpIng i- Buy More the Centennial .
the City Jail. I the Southern Area Council of
Dr. Hembree at State Farm. Feb. 16. I to give the boy. a fully War Bonds the YMCA being held In Atlanta Pallbearers. were R. L. Hick. ,

li'lBBsWB MMiHIiBBHBBBSlWHMiBMMBBMI rounded program of activities. for ',"".', Sofc today and tomorrow, M D. Carter, D. L. Kite, J, M. j'',
: The Rotary Club Is the spon- I Rosier, Ernest tarns. and Lester
I At The Library I Pinup for Those Not Buying Bonds 1 soring organization' for the local Dobbfl. I';

I SO SHALL THEY REAP by troop. Bond Mr. Denmark was married July
Another I
II So You Can't Buy
I John Bennett III Is a sanguin- r I 9, 1023' to Miss Low! Norman, who "

I try and lusty tale well told. It 'Long Bridge Church survive him. He Is. also survived -

I Is hard to,lay the book down, t by two sons Floyd" and
I but it Is a startlingly different An Interesting! story of his experiences Karl!, and two daughters, tier- ;

I picture of the War Between I will be told by Ft. B. nice and Valeria; two brothers

I the States, told through the 'Gammage, Chief Gunners Mate, AV (I Ovid Denmark, Tampa and Odom

I eyes of the backwood's swamp- .r USN, when he speaks to the con- Denmark, Lakeland; two sisters

I or who hated the Broadcloth gregation of the' Long Bridge Mrs W, C. Rivers and Mrs. W.

I as much as the Yankee andI Christian Church (on Road! 28) nosford both of Jacksonville
afternoon Feb. 27, at 2 IT
Sunday part of a rich man'sI Mr. Denmark was born October
o'clock. This man was woundedon
+ 't 2, 18S9 at Lawtey and later moved
war.ROGUE'S Guadalcanal and has receivedan
I COMPANY by .. S r I to Jacksonville. At the age
honorable discharge from the
I Harry Harrison Kroll is an I of 4 he joined the Woodlawn
A basket dinner will be
I escape from today's anxieties. k td Navy. Missionary Dapttot C h u rch of
served at noon and everybody In
I We plunge back Into a period 4; that city. Ho was a consecrated.
fllle.1 Mt Invited. M. husband and I
with high adventure- Christian devoted

- I America at the first third of :; ,ee, : father, and. a good neighbor He 1
I the 19th century. John Mur- .Eddie Henley will ba missed by hilt many '

rell. whose spectacular career friends.. At the time of his deathhe
I of high crimes and misdemeanor A Eddie Henley, age 69. died at was a loyal member of Hellbrom -

I Is of actual record. Is the his home here on Thursday ofI Springs Baptist Church and t

I elder son of a tavern keeper Mast I week after 35 years residenceIn I r Y lived on a farm in that s/'Cllon.! ,t'
Starke. It* was a member of
I along the Natchez Trace. Y 1 1es I
I Events the Methodist Church. Funeral I :
move at a swift pace Chastain To RunT
I services were conducted In Pine
and engross the reader. Love Ij

I and life are, cheap, and fortunes j Grove Cemetery at high noon C. Chastaln, now completing : :
I were made or lost over- Friday by the Rev. Ernest Crlf- -- Aimf 11'...' (-;.,'. ,-.-.... his second term as County CommUsloner :

I night. fl*. Take a good look at this American soldier as he lies in the mud ol R.n- from District Four '
I :.r fA Mr. Henley Is survived by his. Southwest Pacific, victim of a Jap air raid. It Is not a j. I
THE TEN COMAND'MEYrS --- -- Afm1 Slau! Loys Pews does Island in the (Hampton and Theresxa) thin f
I Is by ten well-knowi I American soldier took refuel under a truck during a Jap bombing wife. Charity Padgett Henley; pleasant scent, is it? When you are asked to buy an extra War Bond to week announced that he would be '
I This Rendova. A Nippon. bomb how.v.r, had hisnumber one daughter Mrs. Maggie Rosier Back the Attack think of this picture of your fellow American butted by '
authors, each writing a short raid of our1po.itions en bomb thousands of mil from home. Then brother, a candidate for re-election arid
from of
I ? it. Here TOO tt' his comrade gently removing his body of Starke and two sons. Calvin, of the concussion a Jap
novel of Hitler's war against on When you are .M to buy War Bond. think of **. Jacksonville and Melvin, now don't you think you will want to dig a little deeper to back up his comrade has already'paid his qualifying I ;
the 11m. ._ a1
I the moral code. under en '! ,ui d. rn..uFi fees.Trading .
"' ". U. s..J.1--9 the ,
$IictlU'e. I serving la army. I '




parents of :Mrs. Rowe, Mr. and STATE OF FLORIDA to; Miles Judicial Circuit ,d i .
Those In T). He-alt, Jr, whoHe renldonre la permission to ' "
THE BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH Voting By Military sell ?,, I'!
Mrs. J M. Reddish Unknown.You the following UP-,,., ,II., ,, 1\\ "
The old tar. ChArles Dinkins, are required to>> appear on and being in Brad. I, ,", ',j'' '
KsUl.llnhrd. 1877 March. 13th, U44. In the above" Florida, to-wlt.: .
ServiceDear is hime on leave at .the home of named Court and cause, wherein i Lot One ((1), full T ,
his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Paul plaintiff svelte dlvol'''., Bradford d an Bench SubOM" '".1

F IA RI ASSOCItfKfi\\$ L Dinkina Sr. It's always goodto this County Order Telegraph In next four hall weekly publish Issues l. Plat(12". recorded Page 3S.In ?I'I.r .,1"}''I,I.;:. ::

a4rP tRESS see Charles and the elder resi- Records of 1)rudfi,.,, I'
Editor '
Q ( 6AfroRINeASSOCUTLw. : AVItiiena fl-)' hand and ofletslseal Florida.' "i
41N VJK. dents can never orget the hot at Htarke. Florida, this February .. The said appllcatl,,,",, , ,
boxing matches staged by Char- 4th 1844. at the hour of 10:00: ',, ,I"
of the and in the 'military
Many men women and 'Cooter' Wooten when A. J. THOMAS or aa soon thereuft. ,., "I.
i I. Matthew ________ ______ Editor and Owner' services receive Will help to get to ley A* Clerk of said Court, may b. heard 011 F..b,,,, ,a.ny, (
r your paper. you both were ninety pounders. (OFFICIAL, REAL) A D. UH )
Knight & Knight Stark, Florida, Vera Me, .
" them columns little information. If Thra>h, ,'.
SI'INSCRIPTION RATE through your a Miss Adel Dinkins of Jacksonville Atty. for Fit. 2-11 4t 3-3 As curator tot i II I,?

'Yearly 11I1.1'3.81fontl": ., $1.00 they are of voting age and citizens of Florida and was In Lawtey Sunday visiting 1-28 4t Estate 1.18 of Barton.. I r: TI
* and Mrs. iv: "In'I'IT (coi'RT' B1t1DFbnt1
) her parents Mr.
desire to vote in the primary they should write me fora ('O"'\
!1Fu I'liblitthrd Weekly on Frlilaya and Entered aa Second Class Matler P. L. Dinklns. Miss Dinkins !Is ('.:R" ('Out'l', kit!
at the Tout Office at Ktarke Florida. ballot. Ballots will be ready to mail March eighteenth. connected with General Foods.A Ruth McCarthy, Plaintiff vi. James (('EII OFVTv f. FI.Oltll)4 I t;11i

The first primary Is May second: so there will be letter from Cpl. James E. 2S9 R. McCarthy. Defendant, Cane No. Charles Mable Clark H. Oliver, I'IMhll1!

' forty-four days to the ballot vote and return It. Loadholtz In E n g land adviseshe ORDER OF PUBLICATION Case No. z 2ORDER Olive Urfr
. k Would' Ban "Hobby Marriages"A Is doing well and would like STATE OF FLORIDA APPEAR to': James AND NOTICE 01" Pt'nt.H"ATI'!'
' to hear from the We can't R. McCarthy whose resilience. U Tu1'1
of his gang. STATE :
is Louis B. Heller I suggest any one desiring a ballot' inquire 010' Fr..onlUA
man after our own heart Senator addresses of men overseas, % Dale T. Linn, 619 Oliver Building Clark Oliver I?

wl' Democratic member of the New York State Legislature, or her commanding officer' for a post card request but publish you'r correspondent will be Plttxburv' are required, Pennsylvania to 'appear on Texas.812 East Qulocy whose St. ka""Id.?.. A.

o Form which is provided by the War Department and Ev's address if MalHh 13th., 1944. I In the above You are .
i who has placed before that body a bill which would require glad to give you named Court and cause wherein required t.." app
the Navy Department and send it in promptly. If the you ask for It. plaintiff/ seeks divorce Bradford: February named Court 28th., 1044. I"I,., .,the
'; a thrice-divorced person to obtain supreme court per- Mr. and Mrs. Harold Sapp of County Telegraph shall. publish.. thlaOrder plaintiff seeks and rn",, . ,

mission for re-marriage within three years. The bill was post card form cannot be obtained, a letter to me giving Brunswick and children spent the Witness In next my four hand weekly and official iMMUen. Bounty this Order Telegraph In divorce shill l, Br I

introduced in an effort to curb those who seek to "turn home county and making request for ballot givinq week-end with Mr. and Mrs. A. C. neat at Stark" ;. :Florida thin February Sues. next font ?",.?,
9th., 104
marriage into a hobby". complete address to which it should be sent'will Pearce. Mr. Sapp Is the son of A. J. THOMAS seal Witness at' Starke my, hand Florid. .,,',.,''d,, ,
Mrs. Pearce. They returned to A* Clerk of until Court. uarv 24th 1944.OFFICIAi. Ihl
' "Marriages contracted merely to collect a string of ex- suffice. : (OFFICIAL, SEAL) ( SEAL) A.
'' J T
Monday. Knight & Knight. Starke, Florida .
As Clerk of said Court
c}, wives or a lot of publicity clippings are sacrilegious and It Is also suggested relatives might clip this and Attyw. for Elf 2-11 4t 3-3 T. Frank I-nndrum, Nt .. i

inimicable to the welfare of the state," Senator Heller said. I SUNNYBROOK FARM Atty for Plf.: 1-2' ;
send it to those In the service. IV CIHCI IT (CUIRT BH4I>FOMI> -
.' Members of the reading public, who are disgusted to I By Mrs. Anula Crawford (CKHV.Emllle'ot'NTY. FLOHIUVI, IX: ('R...,. IV: C'inrtIT. ('0' HT. UK II',,

\ the point of nausea by the marital shenanigans of a certain Cordially yours, Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Brown F. Duryee, Plaintiff, vs. !.''or E H i-TV' FLOIU!)\, 1\ ,
George C. .
Duryee, Defendant. Cane Otis Cassel Howell
1t : white-haired playboy, will heartily agree. R. A. GRAY were visiting Mrs. Brown's sisterIn No. 2900. Fannie *Mae Howell Plum UrF' '
Ocala Sunday afternoon.Mr. ORDER OF PURIFICATION Case No. 2889.
I t" Secretary of StateTallahassee and Mrs. Horace Knowles STATE OF FLORIDA TO APPEAR to: George] ANDLNOTI T TOiIMPE

Scouting Offers The Proof Fla. and Mr. and Mrs.: Earl Owens C. Duryee whone residence Is 105 STATE OF FIXRI1)A to, .
h" y 13th Street, Hoboken, New Jersey Mae Howell, whose "imij
and baby of Starke were visiting You are required to appear on 233 Pearson Street..
Will it be this RAO/KB3 SUIII.r! .
after ends to create
? possible, war a S their parents. Mr. and Mrs. Frank March 13tn., 1944. tn the abovenamed Carolina
world brotherhood among men, dedicated to peace without P. S. The absentee voting privilege under the state law Includes "all Thomas Sunday. plaintiff Court seeks and cause wherein You are required t.. app"
and February 28th
Custody 1941, III
Skates" sucb branches the
serving in the land or naval forces of the United
''of Child. Bradford named
,, sacrificing love of one's own country ? thereof "and the Merchant Marine Mr. and Mrs. J. N. Kelly spent shall publish thin County Order Telegraph innext plaintiff Court.seeks and divorce cause, Bi w,

t Everyone acquainted with Scouting which has just celebrated the week-end with Mr and Mrs. four weekly issues.Witness County Telegraph shall I

its 34th anniversary in America, knows that the Raymond Oliver of Whltehouse seal. at Starke my, Florida hand and, this official:February Cu this....Order In. next four wee
AT LAWTE V and Mr. and Mrs. Horace Smith! 4th 1944.OFFICIAL Witness my hnnd and '
answer is yes. The Boy Scout organization is almost world- LOOKING of Jacksonville. ( SEAL) A. J. Thomas seal at Starke :Florid:", lhi-(
As. Clerk of sold. Court. very 24th.. 1944.
A I wide. Patriotism and friendliness and respect for other R. Carradine JL Mrs. Betty Kirby and Mrs. William D Morgan Jacksonville (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. T

men's religious beliefs, all are part of the Scout Oath and Doris Green are spending several Florida. Atty for Pit. 2-11 4t 3-3 T As Frank Clerk of Lnndrum.said. Court.Stance, 1'

Law. The World Jamborees of Scouting were international ---- days In South Carolina with Mrs. IV: CIRCUIT' ('OI'HT. BR4DFOHU Atty. for Plf. i-%8 I
C.O. _
T1r. FM llll>t| IV ('H.'\-
t gatherings which might well set a pattern for statesmen l'ETE'8 A l1.TCIiFOR IMPROVE IN SERVICE Klrby's father and mother-in-law. ('. U\". iv: riHcriT roi-iiT. HUH
UNCKJJOE: Pic. Paul Griffis Is here on Mr. and Mra. Raymond Brown Ellen Dutrher Sargent. Plaintiff COI'V'rr. FLORID 1 1 1\ ,.
x to follow vs. Warren Bryant Sargent, Defendant ('.:
Who blows in town Thursdaybut leave to attend the funeral of his were visiting Mrs. Brown's parents Case. No. 2031 I Tva J' Tlobeson. PI
Not everybody likes world brotherhood. Adolf Hitler, Sgt. E. E. (Pete) Burney, Jr., late mother Mrs. Matt Williams. Mr. and Mrs. Bruce War- ORDER OF PtTRLICATFOV vs. J. R. Robeson, Defend
on coming to power, abolished Scouting in every occupied Fort Jackson S. C. Pete Is first This boy la stationed at Seattle. ren at Worthington Springs Fri- STATB OF FLORIDA to: Warren I ORDER OF PUBI.I<'ATI
cook in his company and tells astory Wash., and Is in the 63rd Antiaircraft. day night Bryant. Sargent, whose residence. AND NOTICE TO API'l
;; country. Yet it continues "underground. Someday, along Is. U. S. S. Dace, about the cold weather he It is pleasantly surprising Mrs. Arsula: Crawford and little Han,! Francisco California. Robe Bon, whose. residence. I In .
with free speech, a free press and untrammeled religion, it encountered while on maneuvers to talk to these boys return- daughter, Shirley left Thursday You are required to appear on vllle, Tennfssee..

will emerge from hiding.It recently. We have always con- Ing home after a year of military for Morgan Field Ky., to visit named March Court 13th, and 1944. cause In the, wherein above. March You are 6th..required 1944. I In to the.,:nip.

sidered Old Man Joe Harrell the service. Their personalities Invariably her husband Pfc. Otis Crawford. plaintiff seeks divorce Bradford named Court and cause .
takes better boys today to build a better world to ,
"Countv Telegraph shall publish plaintiff seeks divorce' lit
Baron Munchauuen of but Mra.W.
Lawtey improve along with their T. Crosby, Mr. and .
this Order In County Telegraph shall
next four weekly Is pail!
morrow. The success of the Scout movement, in Americaand the sergeant's lie puts to shameevery acquired knowledge of the Jobsto Mrs. William Crosby and Mr. sues.Witness. Order In next four weekh.

in other United Nations proves that the principles of hyperbolic attempt of the be done. They talk intelligently and Mrs. Marcus Conner were at- seal at Starke my, hand}.Florida and this official:February seal Witness at Starke.. my, Florida hand cud, till'

r Scouting will triumph in the end. Scouting will continue Uncle Joe. Pete says'' when he not boastfully of what they tending to business In Jacksonville fill h., 1144. uary 20th., 1944.
(OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J A. J. Thomnt-
closed shop ench night he always! do without divulging a single one day last week. Thomas
to further As clerk of said Court.T. As Clerk of lid[
\ participating citizenship and a world brotherhood placed a large kettle of water on particle of military information W. C. Ward was visiting rela- Frank Landrum Stnrke, Fin. Knight & Knight. Stnrlc. I

; \ in the years following the war. the stove in order to have early It Is always a pleasure to see and tives In Cresson Ga., recently. Ally for Plf. 2-tl 4t 3-3 Attys.1-28 4t for 218When Plf. COFFICML

hot water at three in the morn- talk to the returning boys, the Mr. and Mrs.) C. C. Croaby and iv" 'inn IT C'ol.'r. 1111 viiFonnrni

Ing. On one occasion the weatherwas greatest service man in the world sons, Bule and Bobby and Mrs. V'rv. KLoitioti iv iiitxKH '-
< %
The Ladies
ProposedHow so cold he found the pot of -the American in uniform. i Arsula Crawford we revisiting Hester. Inez. Coleman Plaintiff vft.
water boiling on the bottom and their daughter-in-law. Mrs. Tl'Udie Woodrow W. Coleman, Defendant. Your
comes the accepted tradition that it is the woman We noticed the Honorable "An- Case No. 28911nHPER
a thin sheet of Ice on top. What Crosby in Baldwin recently. OF PtHlLIOATION
who proposes!! in Leap Year? liars, as well as fools, we mortals anias" Joe .L. Harrell protectinghis Marcus and Wilton Conner AND: NOTICE; TO APPEAR Back Hurt

,''ft It seerps to have originated in Scotland during the be pipe "ala Hell and Maria were transacting business' In Jacksonville - STATH W Coleman OF FIjORIPA whose to residence: Woodrow And Your Strength i"
Dawes style" Friday during the Monday.Mr. Is 134 Sharp.4t., Lake Wales, Flor-
ti ' thirteenth century, when there was a preponderance both SETS: NEW KKCORU: I shower. It 'leads to the conclusion and Mrs. Idi Eaergy la Below Pat
''f 1 of unmarried and of timid A law The champion has been. dethroned. that he either Wesley McRae .You are r" annear on It mmjflim e by disorder
women men. was passed !. was preparing and children of Starke weregu..l February SSth. 1944. In the abovenamed n.y function that permits "pnwasta .

which decreed that when a matrimonially-inclined lady approached 'Fatso' 13111 Harrell former to run for some office or tell another of Mr. and :Mrs. Lester plaintiff! Court seeks. and illvoice cause. Bradford wherein people to feet ccumulitt tired weak. For and truly eawhen /.:

champion of champions preposterous lie Crosby Sunday afternoon. '. County T..lpKrn"h. shall. imMlsh. the kidney fall to remanarid
t an eligible gent during Leap Year, he had to say among the furlough kings! has i Whclan Sapp, son
Yes or fork over a fine. been replaced by Louie Lee Waln- Pearce is here for the week-end view was a dinner guest of' Mr. Witness.. mv hnnd and official You may Buffer ungglng t bm

Apparently that solved the spinster problem for the Wright 3c P. 0 Lee Is stationed visiting his mother. Whelan is and Mrs. W. C. Ward Sunday. sent imrv: at 24th.Starke, 1941., Florida. this. Jan- getting rheumatic'up pains nlghti, ,hradachi leg paini. du e

., Scots: for soon similar law were enacted in France and in at Yellow Water between Max connected with the shipyard In Rev. W. :to:. Hall of Hllllard OFFICIAL SKAL) A..T. Thomas Sometime* frequent:: and scanty .
I villa and Jacksonville and commutes Brunswick, Ga. As. Clerk of raid Court. lion with smarting and burniniother
I brought his potato planter to help T. Frank sign that something !I. vra
Italy. Thus the tradition born. Lnnrtrum, "Storks, Florida
i was dally between Lawtey and Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Beck and Fred Halslop plant several acres Atty. for Pit. 1-Y9 4t 2-18 the :mould bladder.

The women of America, however, waited neither for his billie Thin young sailor won young children, Rhebu, Doris and of potatoes last week. Mr. Hals- I IV TIIH fuu tiT OOI'-UT OKFlOlimV treatment There la. wiser be no than doubt no'(l.f l,',

government decree nor for traditional Leap Year to propose of Mr. and Mrs. T. L. WalnwrlghtIs Tommy Jr., spent Sunday with lop said it /saved him $:iO worth .:!<.II.Til ..IIDHItl.IHCIir. LJoo"'. Pill. It..U better ;c reroctdicfne J
happily married to the former ( 1% AM) Io'nllI. that has won country'proval
Mr. and Mrs. F. R. Carradine. of labor. I \- than something tree r.( ,J
wedding themselves to industry when our country was im Miss' Edna Edwards and they Tommy Is the former 'Lawtey RX<'at'.t P\ < 01'>'I'Y. IX ('II %\('I'.lll. nown. LJo...on.'.have. been tried, "I
RTF-: )
periled. History!! will record their considerable achievement have established their home at Larruper' of boxing with no mean 1ST COI<'I lift'IT <'(U HT \ltPOIIIt. I BARTON E. THRASHER, ed Get many Doan' Are At all druf'
VTV. FLORIDA IX tll\\ N n T i .' i:
the residence of Mr. and Mrs. Joe
in war production as well! as in the uniforms of the armed record. I f'III: LMaxine Notice Is hereby given that
U Harrell Sr, Mrs.: V. R. Rowe and children, Scott, Plaintiff, vs. Miles Vera Me. Thrasher, as curator of
forces. ]". Scott, Jr.? Defendant Juno No the Estate of Barton. B. Thrasher, DOANSPILHave
'Feus' George F, Young, pioneerLawtl'Y Jimmy and Gayle, were here 2840. .I wilt anply before the Honorable
Some of them remain at work in due ORDER OK
z may postwar, over the week-end visiting the pt'nLirATio.v John A. Ft. Murphree, Judge of
merchant, paid a flying AND NOTICE TO APPEAR
the Circuit Court of the
to the sacrifices paid in battle by their breadwinners. Industry visit to Gainesville T h u I' aday. .

.r which has helped them make the most!!! of their tal- Leaving on a 7:28: A. M. bus. the

ents in its necessity, will help them again in theirs. 'Fess' was back In Lawtey doing

} But the great majority of war-working women will prefer business same usual We would at 11:00: call A.that M. a .Coca-ColaHere's:; : to old times

I surveys show, to return to their domestic duties and the 'quintessence of expedition

doings. They will resume their usual utilities and their Jesse J. Smith returned home

feminine frills with the grateful thanks of us all and the this week after spending several' i IIIIi1 F III
) ,
days In Jacksonville due to sudden
:et Inner consciousness of a job-.voluntarily entered into- illness. Jesse Is connected t R tG" f P 1 1

nobly done. with the shipyard }In Jacksonville.A j. t I II r r;. ;

letter In from the exfurloughking (

. Stst. Wm. 'Fatso' J. Harrell j

_. ,_ who Is stationed At Fort Banning -
wl U N C JLJOE'S, advises that he had the 1 hl hl.J

pleasure of calling on Gypsy Rose

\ Lee from the 25th row. For the e ,

life of us we can't see why a

soldier\ would want to see Gypsy

l... \ '."J J A W Rose Lee.

Mis. Ray Hillman and Mrs. C.

t lll' J. Greer of Dante, Va., lire visiting 4
: By J. L. HAKRELt
their rospec 11 I v e son and :

daughter Pvt and Mrs. Rudolph -i
Hillman. '
One day last week a *tranterbreezed I almost got the blind! slaggerstryln' iI 1' -
is I S.?t. and Mrs. R. A. Marina of
Into my little two-by to keep up with him and
t. four office and. announced! that he had to go out and take a done Akron, Ohio a couple we missed old'' I i=
't' was the Income tax expert that of Sal Hepatica to set tie my last week In our compilation of 3s

Uncle Whiskers was: sending out stomach. military\ residents have been with

t to assist darn fools and Idiots After working himself us for several months. It la. a
up pleasure to have them here and
with their mental arithmetic.
quite a little lather and
4 After listening to him for IS min two or three pencils down wearing to a we trust that they will\ be ableto
c' utes I came to the conclusion remain with us for some time
nub. he dived Into
that he was born at Elmira, N, tables and came a mess of :air. and Mrs. Joe L. Harrell.Jr. .
up proudly announCing
N Y., reared at Mlllldgcvllle Ga., that I owed Uncle Sam ? of Jacksonville spent the i

and lived at Chattahoocliee, Fla., an additional $27.76. Connlder- week-entl visiting their 'respective
7t for a good.! families.
: many years. Ing the amount of swentln' he'd ,
c4 He asked me a peck of Im done I
figured that wasn't too have a child under 16 to support "" -
II taP..L wj e -
pertinent questions about my bad. even If every pay check while Trube has four. I -

personal habits, my annual Income I got during 1043 had. already maintain that If children<< are valued -

and my better half. When I been clipped around the edges by .it $64 and I was charged that

he got around to Inquiring If I lhoe hold-back taxes. amount because I didn't have one . .or welcoming home a sailor son _

was married and living with my After Mr. Expert wa gone I under 16, then Trube should be
wife, he asked the question kind paid $64 for each of those These days there can be real
looked back over the blank and he more welcome in a snack shared in the kitchen
-; of sarcastic-like, and I indgnantlyreplied does. have. Those
t who the heck's wife did saw where I could have saved to be balanced somehow.accounts ought than in many an old-time banquet. And with ice-cold Coca-Cola to add refresh' 7

i he think I war living with If not 'that $27.76 aa well as all the Victory meat, you have all the makings at hand for ,
l I Now if I had just kept my a good time. As our men in 'i
my own. I guest that little Tax camp pFitr'and
and Hold-Back! Taxes I mouth shut and not let it be overseas so often tell, in all the world there's
omartcrack coat me plenty by the that had been deducted no mpre cordial invitation '
I time he figured. out my total the during'I known that I needed help to fill than those three familiar American words ."CokS.*
To llat
year. prove that I < At
tax was out my blank nobody would ever a your icebox, the _

'l' I! This so-called "expert" used right I report figured and out darned my friendTrube's If<< Idldn't have suspected that I earned same. as in P. X.'s around the globe, Coca-Cola stands for the faiut that __

I enough last year to pay one thin ref,. ,;-has become the global
the famuui 1010- form and prove that Uncle Whlxkers dime-.that Is, If they Judged! symbol of American hospitality.
tried to write and figure on both owed him all lie's paid during Income my It's natural for popular naine' *
"t Idea of the ,sheet at once. In. the lust year und $256 more. I the company by I clothes keep.: My I wear wife and always lOTTtlO UNOII AUTHOIIIT OF THI COCA-COLA COMPANY., _J I to acquire frlenjly .abbrev

fact he jumped from one aide to saw that my wife and I STARKE Nona That hag
,, 1 were said I talked too much butI COCA-COLA BOTTLING CO. you
{,4 the other so quick and often that taxed $61 extra, because we didn't never believed her until now! Coca-Cola ca1kd"C1kc".

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Jerome Johns place in the lake with her hair She doesn't have plHfttllrr sfokx dlxuiic and! Maid, nNHIDI i lour) Jticl I li 44.
1i1I.S. HIGH SCHOOL NEWSSTAFF Friday night after the basketful much use for people who talk too :; ,MHiiitiit. Hintlfiirtl. i'.<.uittvTrlvgtnph A J ThoimiN.. .. ,
hnll puhlfxh thin "1',10 l i I'I'n .\* <'lftk, of "aid 1 Court.OFFICIAL.
game. Those having fun were I much but she does enjoy good next fulli work''y i Iw"n"!n. ( HEAL' )
Al Manaasa and wife', Bobby T.. i books dancing and movies Wlliif-HH my hand and oft I,'tai Kniitht R Knight, Mtaikf, FI". hln,
----- Freddie W., Billy Colson Bryan I'n..I lit SlarUr. Florida, this F.b.1 AttyM for I'lf) 2.. 4t 2-S5
2ml., 1944.
I! H., Jerome, Carolyn RONS, Maxle I IKKIS GWENDOLYN:: HOIHiKS " (1"1. SK.\I. .\. J. ThomnsAB I MM-14 TO ArPKtn '
EdltorIn-Chief BHS Bows To Bolles 33 20 Carter Betty Jean H.. Bobby Mc- Doris was born In Lake Butler ri.'ik of. Mild cmt.. T1IK STATK' UK FLl.ltlUA 1'0 LEO
Wimberly I Rae, Betty T. and Jimmie R on September 20, 1925 to Mr. and K. 1 K. IVrrvmun, Stnikt, FlnrUla. HAU.-ilonK: .
Freddie You nollflpd .
Ally for 1'lf s 2.. 41 t S-25 are thlll Ivit" rnh n
Co-Editor In Hard I Haw Marjorie D., and Johnnyat Mrs E. W. Hodges and there she and l HrriiHrdoh. ..n have filed theirHtvorn '
Fought Game : |<''1 II Ion for the nilnpilon of
Virginia Sewell "Frank's" having; dinner Sun-, remained until she reached the IM 4'I"C"1". II"I.t..u I l..-o M.'rrll" llalbrook a minor In
Senior Biographies day. He sho' Is cute, Marg. /grand old age of 8 month Not ('.lit "'.!'1'. Kl.Ollllltl IV 1111\-I I th. Clri-tilt I'\lurt of ItradfordI'oiinly.

B Hazen, Roberta WhltfleldI I' BHS cagers, In their tenth McRae and center Mercer. Guard Lila Rae C., spent the weekend I knowing then what she was go- \. ( 1)11'Vlllhttn: II. IttrhnrtlNiiii, IMalntlffH No 2t90! >,Kli and'rl ln you, In are Chttnopry.coot situ nded rasa
News __ Marjorie Davis game of the season, lost a real Berney, suffering from a painful with Merry Beth K., and I Ing to miss she moved to South \ i':h'lt.. HlrhMrilHon, In h<- and H|>p>-.r In mild Court and
." _____ Darby Peek thriller to Bolles !in Jacksonvillelast tooth was unable to sink his usual hear they had a pip of a time. Florida for a year and then came I'0; 2
Edgar Wilkinson Friday night. Taking an shots from middle court but will Saw Dolores C.. Lora, EstherC. back to Brooker. She finished ,AM :NOTIl'R; TO AlTKAIl should! not bu. 'Hllllt.( Iliuilforil

|l Features __ Lola Blecha early lead of 7-4 at the eud of probably be In stride again by ., and Melverna T., at the mid Jr.? High at Brooker where she DlcliiirilxnnvhoH 8TATK ('.' 10'1.011'11t.residence!' l ..: IN Klvil DTTHolilll I (the'(Minly newspaper'Telegraph' |In' In which tonlKnntvil thin. .no-n"

T Jo Caldwell, Jimmy Davis the first quarter the Starke boys next game. Forward Dinkins night show Saturday. An old was president of her class: She 7th StrortV.*M, Suit I.Hki' lira shall li" duly publltihril.VMneni ..

y Faxon Phyllis Martin displayed some of the class tbat played his usual fine game on offense BHS student Billy Pat ray was then began school at "dear old I IBUg" Pity Von,. rninlrctl to nppxnr onMmvh \ .*. my hand and the seal.
has won for them the"! conceded and defense scoring in the of ,'a..101 l "Irriilt Court at starko,
Melverna Thorntonbly also He Is stationed In Doris realizing she was (lh., IU44. In the ohfve'canted Ttramord: County. Florida, thin Jan-
Martha Lee Martin : No. 1 place In the Suwannee Conference first four seconds of the game. Miami and la home on furlough. becoming a big girl now, joinedthe Court HeekM anil dlvurff. OUIIMC* and,, \MiipiMirtof \'h..r..ln'IAI"t1rr I' only 26th, 1744.!

argaret Stringfellow ; Dinkins and Mercer were high Phyllis H., and Martha Lee Missionary Baptist Church of ("hll,.. Htnilford Countv. TPI--I. I A. J. THOMAS,
Still In the lead 13-7 at the sco'el's for Starke with 9 and 8 Martin ((Brooker) favored Starke Brooker when she was 14 yearsold. next graph weekly i>itl llnh tNRueMWitness thin (.. .1. Knight Clerk. A of Knight until. Circuit Altm. Court for TVlllloniTH -

half the Starke cagers seemed points respectively and Cofer for by spending Sunday afternoon my head| | and "r".t..11.) (tFFICIAU' SEAL)
Editorialposed headed for another victory. But Bollea topped all scores with 12 here. There Is something about Doris has wonderful person- spill' at ftiirke, Florida this Foh- g.( 41 2-it

In the second half the Bolles points.In Brooker that puzzles me. That ality and loads of friends, which
we were asked to quintet taking a 19-17 lead at a return game with Bones, Is, why did Marie Edwards have may be credited to her value of

irate all of the books we the end of the third quarter, nos- Saturday, Feb. 19, Starke playingon to spend Sunday I night with good clean fun, country air, and' WE CAN USE MORE PULPWOOD I

( think of that we've read ed out the Starke five 33-20. Its home court hopes to take Louise Pii'rrlnh? Someone en- little people with black hair She WRITE TIMBER: DEPARTMENT
Playing a brilliant game of defense the measure of the Jacksonville lighten r.
the past five months of me. doesn't cafe for dancing, alcoholic CONTAINER CORPORATION .
[last school year. What was guard Mosely, forward quint. I A distant admirer has been drinks, smoking, conceited peopleor

book lists look like? sending Betty T. poetry and very five cent millionaires. FERNANDINA. FLA. r.
our found; Sorry to hear Paul was sick and beautiful poetry at that. Comeon Having! such a wide variety of
be composed good f
they blogra phi 1 1e qbooks of Books are ships with ideas missed the fun. Saw him buck and tell us all about It. selections for a future career to------ ..... -. __ ,.. __n_ ,_. __ --" .... ,.
books on current happen- laden; in school Tues. morning though. It seems good to look Into the Doris hasn't yet decided which
be Books are wings to fancy's Bobby Turner was really sur- bookkeeping class and see Mrs one to take advantage of. To usea '
would they composed Service
Prompt Careful Drivers
'I'i J'
Leap love stories' murder haven.: prised when Freddie, gave him a Parkeraon back off of leave. She favorite expression of hers,

bies, westerns etc.? Read- Books are keys to unlocked surprise birthday party Saturday and her husband 'fIp..nt a weekat "After nil who knows what time
treasures; night. Those who enjoyed the I home In Virginia. Mrs. Sue may bring?"
I of our education and I
part abet Books are ports to life's deep fun were Bobby T. and Freddie I McQutston did a bang-up/ job of Starke Taxi Service
read we automatically iv ( ""II'r liii III'. miI> "KII I
| of the material present- pleasures. R. W. and Pew-Wee, Paul D. and substituting while she was away. ('0l VI'l. ....01111>)> \1 IN (11" N4 -

fus. Therefore If all of our Betty H., Buster and Collette. I You kids who aren't coming to J. KK1..K, tippum, Plaintiff. v... Ma mlSlIPHIM
Betty T. and of course yours the Friday night school dances .llfltIHlltllt.' I....... Nl. 2UI4.OR1 Ph 150 ..
line we -
Is along one are I
g Susie Seesit"Happy truly. are surely missing lots of fun. ;. It01'" t't'l'LI''A'rlnNA I : one
be a little one-sided. Ian I :N:I.NOTUM3:; Ttl APl'lSAItHTATB '
that .It you read mill-- Another birthday party last'I Come around tonight and If youdon't UK FMlltlDA! tt>: AlandSppurn '
e ----
Hysterics u all the time you'llup I week was Ruby Green's In Sax- have a swell time tell me known whose I'e.Ideneo. . Is Un 1 Day Night j

to be a murderer. You Birthday to me, Happy ton. Phyllla Martin, Don Martin and I'll see why.I VCYU are required" to apif" 'nr on

(owever, miss the characterand birthday to me . Say was Oleeta G., Sylvia Moore the I HEW Hugh (Sappo) Ingram in Starch Court(II lh., 1044 and "In..IINB.I ho uhmvlNphlllltlrf nboveliHiiiHri I .... ... 4- _ _ _ ..
authentic backIs Eunice gals and all the kids the halls last week. He la sta aerie illvorcp.' IliHilfinil
born In Feb.? Dear me,
In everyone from Highland were there. llon d'at present 111.Textls. Gladto (""uly Telegraph Hhull. puliltNh..
that are presented I've nearly rushed my head off tide Order In next four weekly
{types of reading material. Roberta Whitfield wax thrilled see him home. iaMaPN.witn.aa.
hould to our read- attending birthday parties and when Birth- Thought I was Seeing things ,, my buiiil and official' DRY CLEANING & TAILORINGQuick
> try vary they sang "Happy B nl Rt Htarke, Florida, this "'"b-
,aterlal by reading for edu- have I had fun! My "A" card day" to her at the USO Saturday Monday at noon when there stood runrv 2nd 1944.
for recreation. managed to get me over to Eve- William Tell his bow and arrow OKKKMAI SEAL) A, J, Thomas
well as
as night. An. 'hrk of Halt) l''I.I" Service High Quality {Work
lyn Edward's birthday party In and little boy with an apple on .
e across a poem that slm- Your old Susie was oompteen K. I'rrtynmn, Hlaiko, Klorlilii,
what I've been trying to Lawtey Friday night. All of years old this week. Time shoO his head. I looked again and It Ally for rif. 2-. 41 2-SS ----.-.-.----
Lawtey was there I think to help wasn't William but Billy Burney IN (1111141' <-oi n'r. mi forums
-Life'* "Open Seasame" Evelyn celebrate her eighteenth flies and I get more ailmentsevery I and his little boy wasn't a boy (''(11'\' '.'''', PI.OIIIIIM ltlltN- NEW METHOD CLEANERSMr.
day. Why time I (
ka are gates t Q wisdom year In this ole world. I par- every but Dot F., his bow wasn't a I I h..1! Hell I'lHlntlff. v... Herman E
; ticularly noticed Buster and Vera close my eyes everything gets bow but a baseball, and her apple Hell, Defendant. .'".... N" "-119. and Mrs. E. O. Edwards, Proprietors
black. oltnrn: 010" l'I.ItLU'ATIOS
its are doors to knowledge Mae Mosely having a gala time. was a coke bottle which was bal- ANn NnTI<'I TO APPKAH PHONE 135
Mary Jo Caldwell's friend Ed anced on her head. With two STATE OF KI,<>ltll>A to Unman 315 TEMPLE AVE. I
spent the day Friday at the State Dell wlioHH rpMhltfiire IH tin known.
throws too high he topples It
You are required tri Hpix-nr on :FLORIDACotc
Farm with her leaving her a over on the third. Much to therpcret March (II h., IOU, In the nbovvnnme
gorgeous pair of pearls. They "l (',,u.t, and ea use, wherein'
HEN YOUR BOYS AND -- of Mondav's F' I'St Aid ------ -
really are pretty, too! Some more Class they had no First Aid Vic- . .. .. .
gifts that came t local lassies tim. C '''' '.':'.:'.:' "" : 'h::".:':__: :':'._" .::. :: --. ':".:: .:' :' . .: :: : -"- -. -..-: :_ : : .:_' _' ::....

this week are: valentine candy to I Seems Willie was waltzing down

MINE COME HOME Lola B., a big package from 1 I the hall the other day when some

Freeman to Betty Gene contain- of the boys decided thpy wantt'dhis

WILL A JOB BE READY ? Ing pair practically of wings.everything Another evena gift So hat he fought but Willie for didn't the life like of that.his C ;P4&zeFLORIDA

the biggest of all, so she says is hat but It was fatal. That's O n

Sen. Ernest R. Graham's agricultural pro Dot Watterson's fiance who K., Willie, you can buy another!
gram will create jobs on the farm and came home on a twenty day fur- Mrs. Osborne's Current History

In the city for 150,0001! It Isn't theory. lough. But gals, you haven't class Is forever having "heart

This successful farmer businessman has heard anything yet 'til I tell ya' burn". "Say, Mrs. Osborne, ain't

PROVEN he knows how. what Susie's ole boyfriend, Hurry, you got no pills, for those kids ?" 1
Hearlt, sent me. A whole lab "Pee Wee" Green seemed to be

KlcctEl. of "Chewer's Choice" chewing having a little trouble out on the ?
gum! But don't get the Idea you school ground last week. Seemedthe
JINlfST GRAHAM can get It 'cause it's safely de wind was blowing I'ath"r hard I
posited behind my ear every niter and "Pee Wee" had her arms

lie ALL.. FLOIi1DA GOVERNOR Hot dogs Coca-Colas and all full of book's, pocketbook and

Tlllll I'uhtlcul. Adv. ___M__ _MMMM BI the trimmings were enjoyed at coat.

Callstreet had A new newspaper ....,.,
a'h . we girl.: for one day =so; I hear.: : Josephine -

ytt lA Johns was helping Mary .
Winkler. Hear Josle had a sore .

throat the next day.
James Reddish. seems to think

that he's good in Algebra
pretty __. 'J"'l" ,
lately] How about those grades _'_ -u,,_' ,_. '', ;". ...
James? CSdO'.i
Sure liked that blue suit I that :
Betty Hayes had on the other r"I
pLOFAp S3 r CKS lIt night at the baskeball game. r I

Paul D. seemed to like It too. I ,

don't blame him. .
Get Our
"DES Well I'll be seeing you kids

UOCE"ENGINEv next week, same paper same column

same time and the name a _
line of gab. So for the dirt be-

SIX STAR SERVICEd .:.i'.I t. n hind the dirt, sep mt-Susie, for, Seeslt.your, I. ,tt, 1

'"'1.' ..'i... 1// Senior Biographies *

I I r- --
An .unusual. person In that she
.., -
has red hair and, not such a fiery

temper, Phyllis Hazen now moves (4r \
Into the spotlight ej
; ke9p your ,ccir or truck serving you Known to her friends an Phyl, ..' i ia

and the U.S.A. for the duration \ *,ROTATE. JIRcf4iM she-brown has a eyes very; likeable Is about personality fi' 0" and F FIt C

Ii c.'i1. \, exactly 17 years oldInce Oct. 2.

Although she dor-sn't have any would take quite a stretch of the Imagination culture Its rightful place In the State's
; particular favorites' Phyllis does
to conceive of Florida without economy.
have a for sleeping. Valedictorian
yen -
hs rich farmland Indeed, if all the food '
of her class In the ninth and other basic material Member of the Florida Motor Lines organization
before J* textiles war
Today, it's more important than ever 1 grade and one of the Bo-caljctl '
otoeRlcn nr produced on the farms of our State were (a large number of whom grew
"genius's" of the senior class she
to condition at all times. America's It on Florida farm) have a particular
keep your car in A-1 Is funny paper addict./ suddenly lost to war effort up
would be as disastrous as the loss of interest In our Florida neighbors who
\ But !Its another story when It
. Here are six things you should have done 1. -.",, romes to Monday For ..omere8.1lon many major battle. live and work on farm and in rural

make car ,.E.i rubs communities Our buses are, In many
immediately and regularly fo your ... that'day just her the 62,243 Florida farm today ire producing their of
wrong way. case, only mean public trans
run better-last longer-serve for the duration.. *CHC-K.-r Her Immediate future lies at the things needed desperately by the fight portation.

iii F. S. C. W. Good luck Phyl! ing men and war workers of the United
. '. Come fn let us give your car
Nation Many thousands of Florida'spopulation W* feel we're helping them to do their big

"Six-Star Service Special." Let us help you fo r ,4\ 11. f.JtTn.RT'S are "in there pitching"-to job better-by giving them easy access

> Another red-halre l, Brooker-ite ut new record for farm output. to nearby towns and chin for marketing -
"save the wheels that serve America. 'f" 7 Martha Lee (Rimes. ) Martin crop, buying farm supplies and for
P now moves Into her place among The top ranking product in value from seeking relaxation Our buse have also

Let's AH .Back the Attack! BUY WAR BONDS ..' senior personalities I !. Born on Florida's fine farm i Is citrus fruit. fol- aided them by bringing farm worker

'RAICsmo": : February 9, 1926, Martha Lee lowed by vegetable, tobacco and cotton right to their gate It'* all part of the job ,

RCAtfAXLECH.. moved to Brooker after having And these are just a few of the crops and In which Florida Motor Line take the I
lived In Lake Butler for nine
product that our farm are yielding greatest pl.asure-maklng near neighbors
Martha gays that she has had under a far-sighted policy established by and good neighbor of all the communities

many exciting times but the climax ucceiiive! legislatures that has given agri that our buses serve in Florida. i't t

came when she and Pfc. f
Horace Martin were' married, on I
May 21, 1943. I suppose this would UNION HUH i STATION ,
be the appropriate place to put L.\CV CONWAV: Agent

her plans for the future which "-1O&I1DI"enue Phone! 117 .I ,
are the first of this kind 10 far. -i ,
They are her desire to make a t

Co. good housewife. We have no .,, d : ORIDAMOTORllNIS$ I

orode Chevrolet .. doubt Martha that Lee's she will.favorite color wlk -.t \

STARKE, FLORIDA all are of beige which brown blend and In beautifully light blue ff] T ;; ttti. .t ;; .:J.t'. '. :-.. jt ;., ,, .;re.; ''i "





I Recent BrideMrs. Fellowship ClassEntertained gether; a ringing alarm clock disappeared Mr. and Mrs. Shafkin Valentine DanceAt

: SOCIETY and CLUBS I At I the bag into of tricks thin air-all with whichKnight partof Honor Guests At Service Center

-- - Private
-- ( George
Buffet Supper Anniversary PartyMrs. More than 100 merrymaker
R. Bausman) entertained the USO at.
Royal Service And I Boy Scouts Hosts Mr and Mrs. p L. Bridgesand guests during the Intermission of Tessle :Mullholland, Mrs tended the Valentine Dan, ,. Sa(, la,

Program MeetingOf At Theatre Party Mr. and Mrs. Julius I* Thorn the dance. Hattie Hyman, Mrs. Lillian Fried- urday night at the Chuuj., h :der. t+

WMS entertained 21 members of the Following the magic, valentine ler and Mrs. Cell Blum, were vice Center "which was d<' "|
Baptist Last Friday NightBoy 'Sled|(
Wesleyan Fellowship Class of punch and cake and candy hearts associate hostesses at a surprise attractively In keeping ,
the Methodist School wire served by Miss Madge Mld- dinner party'given In the Patioat '?,
The Royal Service and Program Scouts entertained Girl 12.x Sunday season of "hearts and flower
Meeting of the Baptist W. Scouts Friday evening with a Tuesday evening with a party at dleton Mrs W E Middleton and Blanding Center Sunday even- Sgt. Bob Sawin was chairman
the home 'on the cornerof Mrs E. K Ferryman. ing, Feb 6, for Mr. and Mrs at
M. S. was held Tuesday afternoon theatre party at the Florida followed the committee i reaponslblt .?,
.tk .:< at the church with 20 members by a picnic supper nerved South and Monroe streets. At the regular Army Wives' Louis Shafkin who celebrated decorations h'

t; < and four visitors present. at the Chu r c h Service Center. During a business meeting con luncheon on Thursday, February their 36th Wedding Anniversaryon During the evening, the
that date The Patio Reu
The program was in charge of This Valentine Day affair was ducted by Mrs. Myrtice Carpenter 10, Mrs. J. W Healy was present. was C. Powell introduced an
Mrs. R. A Thomas and Mrs, S. planned In reciprocation for a president of the group, a ed with a gold USO pin In appreciation graciously given for the affair Ing variation by way of mieiegi

*V E. Sparks, assisted by Mrs. Pow Hallowe'en party at which the collection amounting to $81 was of her hours of serviceat by, Proprietor Eric Hyde. of Folk Dances which he a group,

,S a; ell. Mrs. Rosier, Mrs. Lavg, Mrs. girls were hostesses to the Boy taken to be applied toward the the Club In knitting, sewing, Covers were placed for Mr. and to the dancers.Refreshments. taught

Hough and Mrs. Thomas led the Scout troop In October. Rev. ?l sanding of the floors in the Sun- and bridge instruction. The pre- Mrs. Joe Shelnhaut of New York of
Charles H. Allen. Mrs. Lemuel day School room. sentation was followed by a song cherry punch
Bible study. ra City, ,Mr: and Mrs. Eric Hyde, home made sandwiches :
Colson and Mr. and accompanied by Mrs. Harlan' and cook
Mrs. V. H. feet
The for the month was Games directed by Mr. Thorn Mr.and'Mrs.Edward .
topic Mr. and Mrs. Louis Hoffman, lea furnished by the
H. E, Be. Auxiliary
Carden chaperoned the group at furnished the entertainment of McQuiston. Mesdames -
y "Africa. and those taking parton of the
: Presbyterian
Davis Mr. and and
McKll- ,
Friday's party. Ins, D. M. Mathews, L. J. Episcopal
the program were Mrs. Sparks. the evening at the close of which churches
and P. A. Odd prepared and :Mrs Carl Carter, Mr. and Mrs. were served at a candle
:Mrs. Proctor, Mrs. Hazen and Mrs. Cpl. Lemuel Colson, Jr., who the hostesses served a buffet sup- lop, lighted table by the Misses
i't Thomas Miss Seletta Sparks has been serving with the Coast per of chicken sandwiches, potato served the luncheon.The Sam Goldman, Mr and Mrs. Irv- clue Mitchell, Pearl Lewis Lu.

)'a entertained with a piano solo. Artillery in the Canal Zone for chips, strawberries, cake and, cof Army Wives' Council, ing Hertz, Mr. and Mrs. Sam Got- Dorothy Swanbom. and
fee. chaired by Mrs R. E. Kilgour, tlieb and daughter, Mr. Albert
The business session
presided the past three years, arrived Friday Eugene Kelly, the former has planned a "game night" to Pvt. Chaperone guests were Mi fad
Weinstein, Mrs H. Carlton,
over by Mrs. Lightfoot and
to spend a 20 day "layover"with' Mills Loral Bennett, daughter ofMr evening at Mrs. John O. Tucker of Weather
Alvarez be held every Tuesday and Mrs. Louis Ashen, Edward
Mrs. Torres asked that Sylvia
[ ford Tex. Mr. and
and Mrs. Fred Bennett otKnoxville. Mrs
kinds Rawion
his Mr. 8 o'clock at the Club. All
members make 150 kit bags for parents and Mrs Brenner, Miss Evelyn Crawford,
Tenn., whose marriage Celebrates Davis, Mrs O. E. Stansbury
will be MM.
Birthday and table
of card
1 Lemuel Colwon her e. Having Leon Drucker, Mr. and Mrs. Isaac
Y 4 was an event of Christmas day. will be W. A. Bonham;"'Rev. and !Mrs,
available and hostesses on
been in the Service for four With Lecin Irving Lecin, Miss Zevln
Mr. Kelly is the son of Mr. and Lovety.Party: and Charles Allen, Rev., Yerkes end
hand Introduce get
\ to guests
Cpl. Colaon is being trans. and Pvt. Joe Russell. '
k g years Mrs. J. B. Kelly of Kodak, Tenn. started. Mrs. C. W. Smithis ,, the club dlrec'fJ ,, Mrs. A11 I ,'(
ferred to the Cavalry and will be Mrs Ralph Alvarez entertained games Guests were entertained duringthe
Mrs Kelly in a gr aduatbof, Bradford Brown.
chairman for the event.
stationed at Ft. Riley, Kansas. High School and while in members of the pigtail crowd evening by Pvt. Russell at
with a Valentine Other plans for the week'g activities -
Starke made her home with Mr party the piano. ;; .
afternoon In recognition of the include a Washington- ;; tttj;,4Ee8t1CR ;
WSCS To MeetThe
and Mrs C. A. Knight.Congressman Among the gifts Mrs. Shafkin
9th birth date of her small' Lincoln Ball for couples on Sat

t a Women's Society of'Christian daughter, Sylvia. urday, February 19 Mrs. H. E. ''a received were five bouquets and I THE 1I1Tllel) (

Service of the Methodist Green Games were played during the Belns Is in charge of decorationsand corsage.

Church will meet Monday after- Honored At afternoon and refreshments of Ice programs; MVs. E. Kllgour
cream and cake served at a lace of entertainment; and Miss Madge
noon, Feb. at 3:30: o'clock, In
/1A//P the church. Program and business Birthday Event covered table centered by a large Middleton of refreshments. WONDER Novelties

meeting Circle Number Two white birthday cake decorated Scheduled for the coming week
Congressman Lex Green was with red hearts and candles. GIFT FLORIDA Souvenirs
will have charge of the program. are the following:
honored on hits S2nd birthday anniversary Place cards were clever little Valentines 1:3O Crafts Mra. H.
Friday: : -
P1E1 at a dinner dance givenIn "
RfD t the Red Cross. the Congress Ion a I Club In The guest list i included the 1 E. Belns, Instructor. SHOP Gifts

Mra. Li. A. Canova asked Saturday: 8:30: Washington-
the Washington, D. C., Wednesday
names of Agnes and Julia Alone 25c to $10
members to meet at the church night, Feb. 9. Hosts on this occasion I I Lawson Jeanette Howell, Ann Lincoln Ball (couples). Decorations
Friday to clean and beautify the were Florida Congressman orchestra, tertainment,
: Manassa
Nency and Jule Bevan, 234 E. Call St.
church lawn 'Joe Hendricks and :Mrs. Hen- 'Norma and Emma Jane Canova, and refreshments.. ..

Other reports were given a/id dricks i Vllda and Joy Dale Moore Judy Sunday: 3.00: -Movie. | 00---- -- -.-.-----..-.-....- ___

the following committees were In addition to Congressman andIre. Greene, Pauline i Gay ,< .Mamie : Monday: 1:30: -Crafts. 2:30: -
appointed: Mrs. Powell, Mra. ..Green, the guests were: Senator Henry, Delano! Thomas, Wayne I II Knitting and sewing instruction- :

More Sticks per Pack' Alexander, Mrs. Sparks and Mrs.L. ,and Mrs. John L. McLellan I. Edwards, Bobby Wiggins, Ken Mrs. J. .W. Healy, instructor, I will be located at HolIIngsworth Novelty Shop on So.
UTS ANY MECHANICAL PINCH A. Canova to plan luncheonfor neth and Frederick Marion
the chaplains and ministersat ot Arkansas; General and Mrs. Harrington, Leonard Conway, and Tuesday:, 1:30: -Crafts. Walnut St., In Starke from Feb. 1 to and Including: Feb. 29
2:30: -Discussion Group Mrs. to advise! and strittt with filing Income Tux Returns and I
j the church on March 9. : Kenneth Royal, Con g r e s sman Mark Moore and Richard Kldd.
Bradford I L. J. McKillop leader. that each Individual will have careful
.r County Mrs. Sparks, Mrs: Biggs, Mrs. Robert I.. F. SIkes, Mrs. Less assure you return my
,'. Mrs. Morse Mrs. Alderman 3:00-Bridge instruction -Mrs.J. consideration and will be fairly compiled for the pro-
Jennings Meyers and Mr. B. E. Harris of Dancers At USO
,JF" Telegraph Mrs. Brownlee, Mrs. Proctor N. C. W. Healy. tection of tile taxpayer and the Treasury of tbe United
and Mrs. Carden were appointedto Concord Mystified By 8.00: -Game nightMrs.. C. W. StatFN. please list all Income and all expenses. A one dollar

;. i4, I 128 Call !St.; see that the church was cleaned Ladies Feats Of Magic Smith hostess. error In deductions could cost you from,$3 to $1000.
Inside.MARGARET'S Thursday: 12:30-Army: Wives

lti'r Ladles Auxiliary of the Valentine dancers at the USO Luncheon (reservations by S o'- H. O. BROWN "J

Presbyterian Church will meet operated by the YWCA were clock Tuesday). .. ..
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GIFT SHOP next Tuesday evening at 8 o'- mystified by the "Impossible" per 1:30: -Crafts.

( clock with Mrs. Jeanette Young, formed by Randolph, the Silent 8-00: -Free Bingo.9:00Movie .

t Across from Park Theatre 21f W. Madison St. Mrs. Charles Knight of Magic on Saturday : Shorts. EVERY BRANCH OF
j Allen will have the devotionals, night, February 12. Lighted cigarettes -
appeared out of nowhere;
Novelties - Jewelry Rev William Hudnut will be
Variety Features
a glass filled with liquids becamean
GIFT WRAPPING guest speaker and Mrs. Young empty glass at'the wave of a Valentine WeekAt 3nJuranceH.
t will conduct the Query Corner. I hand; flags tied' themselves to.
.. .
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\, -------.1 The past week-end saw a varied
; : I program at the USO Club Temple

t!, FOR SAFETY, COMFORT AND ECONOMY RIDE Carolyn Callstreet and Washington Sts. Friday C. WALL

night, Febuaiy 11, the 227th Bn .

l t FLORIDA MOTOR LINE BUSSES 1RTC held a private party. More
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than 200 officers and men were in

its } ''ii FOR COURTEOUS CORRECT INFORMATION Oh, oh . Guess I must be Guess Lillian (Army Nurse) attendance. Dancing wa. the AgencyConstant

PLEASE PHONE 147 slipping! , Valentine Day came Stump la already beginning to main event of the evening and

and went and not a single one appreciate the good ole USA , the local GSO furnished the girls Service Over 50 Years
t did I receive-not even the comic Writes home that she tried to for the occasion. Elaborate refreshments -

UNION BUS STATIONLACY variety . Even one of those buy some shoe polish In England were served which included -

would have been better than tother day and her request was sand wiches doughnuts, 'Please Phone 146

CONWAY, Agent nothing I . At least I would met with a polite smile and a cakes and coffee. The hostesses
have known I wasn't reminder under the direction of .Mrs.:
n'' entirely gentle that' she was no were
\ Temple Ave. Starke_ forgotten . Oh, well . We longer in "the land of plenty" Carl Knight Vice-Chairman of

L can't all be as lucky as Eva . Hear the primary kiddies at the WSO. The music was fur
:1 t Stump whose husband told hero BHS are In for a sad t bit of disillusionment nished by Sgt., Foote and his In
look out of'the window Valentine . Seems the new fantrymen.The FRI. & SAT., FEB. 18 & 19 -

;i ;1 I ; The World's News Seen Through; ... morning and what did she agricultural building Is being con- regular Saturday night

see but one dozen red radiance structed in two parts, ,and. some dance was in keeping with the
if THE.CHRISTIAN SCIENCE MONITOR rose bushes In full bloom, all of the older boys,.have told the Valentine season and the auditorium

i 1 An Internationtl Daily Newspaper neatly set out In the garden! . tiny tots that It Is to'be a new and lounge were decorated TIP

r j h Truthful -ConMructiva-Unbiaied-Free from Senatonal! guess that sets some sort of five and ten cent store, one side with large hearts and streamers. TOP

VA 1, 'if \ inn-Editorial Ar. Timely and Instructive; and It* Daily record or sumpln' . Most girls five and the other ten . The The decorating committee was
"" Feature, Together with the Weekly Magaiina Section M.... would consider themselves luckyto wide-eyed Infants have fallen for
,H. the Monitor Ideal for the Home.The receive one dozen under the GSO with Miss June
an Newipaper rosesbutone the
., I __...____u U--.------....---.----.........-.-....__._....____. story and are quite excitedover door
Christian Science dozen complete rose bushesThat's the prospect ; Hear Foster Patel as chairman. Three
Publishing Society SUPER
L.4 j !' One, Norway Street, Boiton, Mauachuwtt . something else again! Shi Smith and blond e-haired: prizes were awarded and were MARKETYOUR

H i ,Il; j Price $12.00 Yearly, or $1.00 a Month. . daughter Shlanne had spent. a won by the following service-men: I

''j ,t Saturday luue, including Magnzme Section, %1.60 a Y..r. very pleasant hour playing together Pvt. Frank Mangeot Pvt. Michael
.' '1 Introductory Offer, 6 Saturday IMUCI 29 Cent Glimpsed petite Dot Faxon this tother night , When

.a y t Name___________-rrSAMP'____._......_..._.--.._._..__...,-........... week wearln a third-finger.left'l fond mother Maryunne came into Mm. Mrocrek, and Cpl. Frank CHOICE
hand ring from the room, her daughter greeted Hefferman.The .

i Addres---------------.________________________._________-__ Hubner . her with "Mommie, I guess you'd Sunday afternoon i program Chase & Sanborn :Maxwell House or Monarch

B COPY ON REQUEST"HELPWANTED" Edgar Wilkinson home alreadyon better look for another little girl. started at o'clock with a band
furlough after booting It atBalnbrldge I'm Daddle'a! ',,
Ala. , waver Davis concert by the 183rd Army Band. COFFEE Lb. 27/2c!
y1 checking out Wednesday nightfor Had the funniest. dream tother The program was enjoyed by ,

a week among; relatives In night . What with all these more than 400 soldiers and citi-
Gawgla . Ros Williams com zens of Starke and at 4 o'clockthe
drives, one right after the other Brookfield
ing over Gainesville to spend reception for war mothers.
War time condition impose hardship. In our laundry Sunday with her mother and finding and sometimes one light on 'topof and the celebration. the 2nd '

L' ', which. snake It lmH|>>>si", lhl.. to r out 1 tun* "lliiHlnrim, !\si. 's. J. had gone to Gaines- the other It's, a wonder we Anniversary of the building was BUTTER 52c

1 CM ii...nal."e iirr
t \\onliinK before sending It out Plow assist. . ui by tip from the budding red bud Anyhow, here's 'what I dreamed I the USO, was chairman of the
following these. dimple !ln..trurtl<.n,.. trees and rushing the season In program. He called on Brig. Gen.E. .
A big brass band from Camp Kelloggs or Post Toastles
a pert little spring hat Earl W. Fales, who gave a'short pkg.
} !. Johnson gathering up loose ends Bland Ing was blaring down Call talk. Corsages were given those

% WHITE ARTICLES of business before departing for Street and crowds were lined up who had sons and daughters in CORN FLAKES

Place on bottom of the bug DON'T fold" Fort McPherson next Tuesday feet deep on both sides the main the service. At the close of the - - - ow 5cNo.

plrreN. They must !M> unfolclisl beforeUHh- . He'll go to Miami Beach as drag Next came Mrs. Roosevelt program, delicious t refreshments
Ing.COI.OImD. an Air Cadet , were served, Inclu ding several
( riding In a car with Mayor hundred home-made sandwichesand 1 White Irish 10 Lbe.POTATOES .

ARTICLESKeep In The :Mall Hag: Dear Carolyn Charles Darby and bringing up cookies, furnished by the

together: and place In the second layer Don't see how you've missed the rear 'were leaders of some of people of Starke. The huge .

In bait. seeing Mae Priest along Call the various drives-Joe Wilson, birthday cake was cut by Mrs, - - - 37c
Street with her handsome beam- L. H. Hill of Lawtey. Commit-
Scootio Duke, L. T. Dyer Nat
Ing Capt. "Mac" .
SHIRTSKrep Methinks I tees In charge of the tea were:
shirt and blouse to he rliilnhtM 1 together hear wedding bells In the not Sternberg (and others-trucking as hostesses, Mesdames K. O. Fresh LocalEGGS fez

and place In lutg. ,Unroll "'I.oe! *.?.. and empty too tie Birdie distant. future.. Looks--(Signed as If)Fred Lit. and down chanting the middle at the_ of top the of street their Duncan, D. A. Monteith, O. I..
H. R. J.
pwrkrtH, remove ruff llnkn. voices HaynesV.; Nollman,
i Guy's association with the Boy : Davis, H. C. Ritch, E. L. Biggs. - 35cGood
Li SOCKS Scouts Is really selling him on Save the grease In the frying L. A. Davis O. L. Beasley, J. E.

r the "be prepares! motto pan. Wilson L. D. Vlnlng. D. P. 'Carpenter -
Keep tiwetlier and pl ce on top In bag. :MatchIng '
t nock helps, too. After spending a more or less Don't put paper In the garbage A. F. Sauls, R. F Demo- BreakfastBACON Pound
: disturbed
night (due to having a can,
rest, and :Mrs. J, T. Guy of
V 1 .. weeks-old son'n'helr and a roomer Flatten all tins and remove the
{ 6'" Hampton, Mrs. W. H. Edwards,
t By sorting your bundle Into the layers suggested ju not only| with a toothache) Fred was label Jr., of' Lawtey, and Mrs. H. M.Rlcharde - - - 35c
t ate manpower but you help un EASE our PRODUCTION glimpsed In the drug store Sun Buy mote War Bonds, if' you'reable ; of Ralford; as Refresh-
fir IHHDKN: and It day morning loading up with ment
will enable ti. to continue serving )'00. Chux (those clever Committee Mrs. W. B.
toss-away dU-
Thank you for Sewell, Chairman, and Mesdames
? jour eooperatlont pe... (Ungentlne, Iodine, throat Wen . Guess that about windsup Ralph Alvarez. Frank Wilson, YOU ARE ALWAYS

Starke Dry Cleaners & Laundry lozenges, tooth ache drops and the little black book for this Carrie Ward, Bertha Pearce L. WELCOMEAT -
Bandalds . Guess that Just time . So long . See '
PHONE 28 about takes of you H. Hill (Lawtey),. and W. C.: THE TIP TOP
care everything, In the next . Strtngfellow
Fred! . -Carolyn. men (Raiford), Co-chair

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F-EnRITAKY 18. 1914

z1 sir: rlvni

BITS of LOCAL NEWS Mrs. E. Charles Marotta has asher I" Mrs. M. F. Brown and children, J
guest for two weeks her Miarctis; and Florence returned Pincers Movement f
Raymond De Hart home Sunday afternoon on the
Case of New York City. Silver Meteor
Tampa, where
and Mrs. Louis Shafkin Mrs. Edward Burns wall in
Sie Sunday for an indefl- Gainesville Friday night on business }Mrs. they spent the weekend with I For young working women
1 Brown and baby, Mrs. Brown's mother Mrs.
J. J.
for the Red 'who '
in Miami. Cross. Kay. and Mrs. L. L. Jackson of Fitzgerald wont a regular tavIng -

FS, Jacksonville were recent guests plan that worksl!
j Officer Richard Ray ofAllle Mrs R. A. Green
and Mrs. Y. of MI's. L. S. Hutto. Mrs. Tom
spent Sunday with, A. Harris were in Gainesville Grady left Wednesday NT. I). \VAl.N\VKIf.IIT, JR.
, filter Mrs. Irene Drake. yesterday. Mm. evening for Minneapoliswhere a Telephone 103
1 and she will Join her husband SOft
Temple Aenue
Mrs. Hattie Hyman of New York before .
I Inter DreMxeg. DRASTiCIFDCI'EDLeilu'e Mr. and Mrs. N. Sternberg left I continuing on to the West Starke, FloridapraMoMna
City were recent guest of Mr. Coast for an extended\ Mrs. .
)) stay.
: reHS Thursday afternoon '_ TMI MUTUAl tinINSUR
on a buying and Mrs. Louis Shafkin. r X' ( tGYjr
Grady to ,
expects return here
trip to New York City. sometime In April. >.M.*MV.*_%. ....V..*City
Mrs. O. J. Griffin of St. Augustine
:nglieh F 2-c, who has Mrs. C. N. Christy of Augusta is
spending two weeks Miss
Ithe Service for a year, is Ga., Is visiting her parents, Mr with her daughter, Mrs. Ethel to Mary Brownlee left Tuesday -
: resume her work as lab-
fe a 15-day furlough' with and Mrs. S. R. Johns. :M. Biggs.
lots. Mr. and Mrs. Rich oratory technician In Oak Ridge, '
This is his Winter Tenn, after spending a twoweeks' ELECTGEORGE
English. flr'jfol'e Dresses now ON SALELella'e S J-c Armand C. Thomas!!! will vacation!
at the
in the past 7 months. Dress Shoppe.FUNERAL ". 'return this base home of
Key West her parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. L.
- Saturday after spending: a 30-day( Brownlee. I' CIS'r
leave here with relatives.Mrs. .
D. W. Thompson who has been
Jlany Yearn Experience Makes It Possible for Me to Render Isadore Lecln left today employed by the DeWitt C. Jones ....
SERVICE York City where she Funeral Home for the past year, ,a
MODERATE PRICES will spend two weeks at the homeof will
report to the Army at New 1-: ...'
DeWITT C. JONES her sister Mrs. William Zehv. Orleans La., on March 1 for six :(..

Starke, Florida weeks special training after whichhe .. 1 y I

T' .... "-- _ 1 ,_ ,_,,. v, ., Sewing and. alteration. at reasonable will be classified with the .' '
Hours 9:30 to 3:30.: Transport Command. .!" i" "
-Gladys Harrington. Last house } '

i on X. Church St. 1\11'8. o.. r_, n..I.,. _.......ft.,..,. ,
CHURCH OF CHRIST - ---- or .u. m

) Mr. and' Mrs. Frank Wilson, home Friday after spending several I

Aubrey Mercer, Minister Mrs. J. G. Alvarez and daughter, days with her parents Mr.
and Mrs.
A. C. Durden. Mrs. J.
Sheila visited relatives In Jacksonville -
W. Kincaid remained In Tampa
(SUNDAY: 10:00: A. M.-Bible Study this week. for. a longer stay and her friends' !

] 11 ::00.A. M. and 7:30: P. M. Preaching and MrsWilliam Norris returned here are glad to know that she is

I Communion. Monday from a weeks' visit In much Improved In health. #
Iv1It 1'11'1' <-01'nr. liltIFIt1) l\ CIHCI ,'r rot 11'1'. Mil "....411111
J WEDNESDAY: 7:30 P. M.-Prayer Meeting. Cecil Quincy Price.with her daughter, Mrs. Newcomers to Starke are Mr. l'eIty rot1', %', FLUnIUIV fll\-:' CKIIV.Rllcalielh c.uvr.I.U': ..!)ll IV ll\>- .f4JJ

and Mrs Elerd Baker and their Mae Clulre.. III..N.lIrlBl'uno.I'llIln- nultirnmlNpti Drier. I'liiln-,
Visitor A Welcome tiff vn. Herbert Udwnrtl llrunu tlff. vn. Vincent Krnncln ,
Every Guest llrlt-r 1>"
Mrs. James Godbold of Jacksonville !son-in-law and daughter, Sgt. and Defendant.' CUM No. 2929. fendant. Case No. 21111,

came Wednesday for A MO'. Rn.. U-.I..._.... ..... ..ft",, ._.._....II... ORIIR "OK 1'lmU'ATION I (117PI! (fir r.111l1. I-'A'Pt(1V II.
-'-"- ---" .au. .U '
ANNo'rll'I TO A"I'I:J\1t :.i--iOTli'r-,- : : I
visit with her mothj11; : TU AlMMOAttBTATH
8. I daughter, all formerly of Higbee, STATE OK KI.OHIPA toi: llcrhrrt I OK FLORIDA Vlm.'iit,
Stroman and ,
sister, Mrs. S. S. Edward Uruno. whose lloMMfm'' Frauds' Hrler whose
Dowling and family. Mo., and more recently of Camp Address IN.: % IlnnnltHllty I llouxr. % airs.. J..phl" 1,1.,ler rexlilt-nce, l>e..r Park In
Alberts, Calif. Sgt. Klnnlson Is HirJnvl! and l l' Avenue whose,Pout Irvtntftnn' office NwJerMfy A.I- Avenue. Deer J'ark, I U I New York. I

Mrs. Ozlas Alvarez who has Cadremnn transferred to Camp dress. In: % Mrs H..,ltnA K. I'Hiil' You: Are P.W tdII II to appear' nn
82 Went Dlxt., Street New York, N, March 17th.. the nli.ive SUPERINTENDENT
been removed to her home In Blanding and Mr. Baker an op- Y., and % Mr*. Helens' II). fuul. % I named. Coiitt and cause. wherein
Ralford from St. Vincent's Hospital erating engineer In the hospital Kiik'M Department Store 34th turret plaintiff seeks divorce .and Ciiitindy. OF PUIILIC
New York, N. Y. :, ii f (Child. llrartford. County T.-l INSTRUCTION
i / trMAUDE'S in Jacksonville remains In Boiler Plant at Blanding. You on'' Kraph. shall pulillHh thin order In
are required to Appear
next four weekly ImmeK.WllneHH .
a critical condition.Mrs. March. 13th., 1944 In the shove I .
hand and
All Winter DrenhPS DRASTICALLY named. J'ourt mid ,'auMe.Vh.rel" my offl.liilweal Capable
at Ntarke, " I thin k'eh.)
, . .
I ''nllff geek dlvnrre. ItrailfonlCounty
D. Chrlstlano of Darien, n.D.J4.ED-IA"II.: Dreee shill I thinOrilel' r"ary4lh., 1044 Efficient
LUNCH ROOM Telegraph: publlHli: \ i (UIKKUM.M t HKAT.) A. J. Thumps
., Conn.. returned to her home there Shop. "III next four weekly iNKiieM. . ., I AN Clerk nf Ha Id ''''"I.Walter Trustworthy
Witness hand and offirlulspsiat .
I '.
Sunday after spending two weeks Starke.' Florida, this Februaryllth. I ( Hardexty) Duvtona Flench I
Kla. Arty for l-lf 2-IN 41 3-IU
and Mrs. Cj. .
with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Cpl. W. Savageand 1044.OhKHMAI.
Wishes To Announce V. S. St. John. Infant daughter,'Dorothy. arrived ( . 8KAI.) A. J. ThonniMAn

here Wednesday from Camp flrrk t', Mardenty of said- c'o..t.'V..II.r Oavtonn. 1I..1I'h. SEA FOODS CHICKEN DINNERS t

e Will Be Open For Business From Miss Louise Marie Stern, Dunlap Calif. Cpl. Savage has Kla., Ally for I'lf. 2-18 4t 3.19. STEAKS CHOPS
daughter of Mr. and Mra. W. A. been stationed for the past year
12 Noon Until 12 O'clock MidnightWe Stern, left Tuesday for Jacksonville In the Marine Barracks there. tloned' at Camp Blanding. Mrs. DELICIOUS HOME-MADE CHILI

where she will teach piano He and Mra. Savage are spendinga Davis. has also I learned that her

at the Jacksonville College of 10-day furlough at the home brother Lawrence Crow of Stone TEMPTING. TASTY. SANDWICIIES

Close All Day Mondays On Music. of Mrs.the J. latter's W White.parents, Mr. and wall, Ark, who spent several DELICIOUS HOME:\ MADE PIES

weeks In the Davis home here _.
Winter Dresses now ON SALE II I
Account of Help ShortageWe Leila's' Ditwm Shoppe. M. and Mis, Frank *I urshlmer last fall. !Is now stationed at

entertain members o f their Camp Robinson Ark. This makes A & A LUNCHEONETTE

Are Forced To Shorten Our Cpl. Richard St. John who I Is family at a reunion over the past the 13th member of the Davis 2.I-llour ServiceIn

stationed at Camp Crowder, Mo., week-end. :Members .of the family family now serving with I the I
Business Hours attending were: :Mrs.! \ F. C.Durshlmer. Armed forces Park Theatre Bldg. Starke, Florida
I left Saturday after spending a .
Miss Margaret Dur-
.... .-.JI4..j< x" .aw ,_ 15 day furlough here with hU par jrumer; BrooKSviue.i- _. Fla.; MISS

ents, Mr. and Mrs. V. S. St. John. Eleanor Dursh.-mer, Newark N. I

|WE ARE NOW SERVING GOOD J.; Mr. and Nra. N. J. Durshlmerand
Dr. and Mrs. W. W. WIllian of children, Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Next To Your Doctor -
,HOME COOKED Jacksonville were overnight guestsof purshlmer and son, Mr. and Mrs.
Rev. and Mrs. A. E. Light- E..1. Durshlmer and children all

foot Wednesday. Dr. Willian Is tt Albany Ga. This Included' all
REGULAR DINNERS the; State Sunday School Secre- members of the Durshlmer family -

.. tary of the Baptist Church. except two children of Mr. and
Mrs. N. J. Durshlmer who are InJie
1 Jack Halle who Is a valued service.

employe in the Starke postofflce,
I went to West Palm Beach on Gery L. Frazier of Aucella a .a
NAT SEZ: I Wednesday to spend a week with son-in-law of Sgt. and Mrs. J, vests .

his brother and sister-in-law. Y- M. Davis and a frequent visitorto
Well, I'll be seeing you In about 2-c Wodfln G. Halle, Jr., and his Starke, has recently been Inducted

r ,t 10 days, folks. Right I new I'm I wife. Into the army and lit sta-

// off to' New York to nee what Iran I.

persuade the wholesale boysto ,
be kind enough/; to ttHI me for 1 CLASSIFIED ADS ;t 1

Sternherg's Store. I'll be back on r I

the 29th to start that Red Cross WANTED FOR SALE- -Young male culven.. t

drive no I want all of .you to be I -Peterson's Dairy. It
Listings on apartments, houses or
.Haying up your nicklea, dime and within 20
home for rent, MATTRESSES: RENOVATED _
dollar!, I'll be seeing you! miles of-Starke furniture upholstered. Drop us

119 East Can Street a card. Hastings Mattress Co., (

W. T. CLUTE. Realtor Palatka, Fla. 2-18 lOtp 4-21 r

NEW SHIPMENT WHY WAIT?_Place your orders WANTED-CHILDREN ages 2 to i .

now for your chicks. We have 5 to take care of 0 or 6 days .
them every T u ell d a y. New a week; $4 to $5 per week and
Hampshire Reds and White two meals at my home. Write

Leghorns from R.O.P. roosters. Mrs. Win. Fogle care General

PLAY SHOESAND All chicks guaranteed from I Delivery or call at' Mrs. I. W. iTk1

hens tested for pollorum and Feagle's. Itp ,
approved. Also fryers at ceilIng -

ERY, 3 ml. north of Waldo. buy these bargains and resellat
2-4 a profit: Large and small
Reds Greens Blacks Browns
beverage Ice box4; restaurant

PERMANENT WAVE 59c! Do and bar counters; Neon and Your Druggist Helps Mosti"

2.98-3.95-4.95 your own Permanent with electrical fixture and other
Charm-Kurl Kit. C o m p lete miscellaneous equipment. See

equipment, Including 40 curlers owner on premises till 12 noon
and shampoo. Easy to do, ab- dally and after 8 p. m. even- To Protect Your Health !
solutely harmless. Praised by Ings.-Veteran Locker Club,
Also Line ofWOMEN'S
thousands Including Fay McKenzie Highway 48, adjacent to Gate

glamorous movie star. A, Camp Blanding Road. ItpRKNT
RATIONED SHOES refunded If not satisfied.
Money Your doctor for health. Your
KOCH DRUG STORK: .fOR -4-room unfurnished prescribes" your
bungalow In Lawtey. Apply at drugs?ist!'! fill that prescription.' In MM hands! lie

Infants and Childrens IF YOU WOULD BUY OR SELL 316 N. Cherry St., Starke lip the efficacy of the remedy, and for that reason

milk cows: stock cows, beef cat- ;; it IK of the utmost importance that you select
FOR SALE-One heifer
tle, stock bulls or hogs, get In Jersey your druggist with cares C'anova I'harmacy'H"
Soft Soles and First Steps calf weeks old. Very gentle
touch with! J. D. Odom Jr., reputation of Integrity, honesty and skill has
and,easy to milk. L. A. Wynn,
Box 247 Starke; Box 204 Lake
Hampton. Itp been won through efficient service In thin most
79c1.39 City; Telephone.481 Lake City. important matter. '\'e would be very glad to
Auction market every Tuesday INFORMATION .- Wanted concerning -
serve you too. A phone call to 160 will bring
Lake 2:30: Thursday -
City. ; every
whereabouts of 14
year service at time!
Palatka, 2 P M. 1-6-44 old daughter Loin McCall last ; you prompt any
SPECIAL known to be living with her
weeks blood-tekled chicks 1, maternal grandmother Mary I I
Irregulars of Holeproof Hosiery 2 and 3 wks. old; New Hampshire Wbltchett on 10th street In I

B. Rocks, R. I. Reds, Miami. Apparently they have
Limited 2 Pairs To Customer Wyandotte; 18c and up. Hatch moved to another address In CANOVA PHARMACY
every Saturday. Stever' the same city. Report to Wil- i j:

Hatchery, Live Oak, Fla. lie McCall, General Delivery,
79c81c86cSternberg's 2-11 2t Starke FlaP Itp i
FOR SALE General Electric LOCAL, MINISTER would like I

Beverage Coo I e r. Call at to rent house, preferably unfurnished I
Sterna Garage. ltp or partly furnished & Walnut St. STARKE, FLA. .. I 'I
near Starke. Might consider ,
FOR SALE Unclaimed waitresses lease of favorable houae. Write .r.I'; I

uniforms.Stark Dry Box 44l and will call or write .
Cleaners it Laundry. it immediately Itp 7




:t:o'. CLAY HILL large grader. Alachua County Hospital, after a i San Francisco returned Monday Sunday after a two weeks' visit

) r Mrs. Fred Lang was in Jack- lingering illness and Is much bet 'after a 20-day furlough here with with his parents at Gainesville.
By Lura liiirgenwCorrespondent
( nl sonville Thursday shopping. ter. I his parents. I R. E., B. F. and G. W. Hazen
a "
Mr. and Mrs. T. A. Brlnnon and Mr. and Mrs Jack Simmons Mrs. Robert Brown of Raiford i. were In Thomasville, Ga., on I

CLAY HILL granddaughter1.' Sue Brinson, and son, Lamar, and Richard visited her daughter, Mrs. Loy business Thursday.

GIVES ITS SONS; spent Sunday as the guests of Simmons of Mounty Oak, Mrs Mott during the week.
iv ('UUTIT {'OI'IIT, UH \I>FOHIroi >
Only a few years ago Ancll Car- Mr. and Mis. Charlie Johns at Angle Dekle and daughter, Vida, Mr. and Mrs. O. B. Colson and '%TV. FI.OIlIU\'jl'li (:'II.4V'eal -
ter was a student at Clay Hill. Starko. of Lake Butler, Mr. and Mrs. H. Mr. and Mrs. J K. Douglass attended ( Y.tsephlne.

. Now lie Is! somewhere In the Miss Jonell Wilkinson, who attends H. Lewis of Starke and Miss Mar- the funeral of Mr. Colson's Onrar, Carter Carter, Defendant.Plaintiff Case, No vs.,
Pacific. Ancll was born In this college at Tallahassee was guerite Newton of Macclenny] brother at Fort White Tuesday.Mr. 2915.
+ community 21 years ago the third home for the week-end. visited Noon Mott and family and MIB. Grady Baxter of ORDER OP PFPL.jr'ATIO.V O
day of April. He worked In the Archie Padgett moved his fam- Sunday. Baldwin are spending a few days STATE OF FLORIDA to: Odcar. ,
Nm pulpwood Industry until he was Sgt. and Mrs. Claude Smith I with Mrs. Baxter's mother, Mrs. Carter, whose residence Is Un- I
ily into his new house Saturday. known.
drafted last JarJuary. He was at were week-end guests of Mrs. Lewis. i
Gladys Carter spent the weekend You are required to appear on
Camp Blanding for a while after at Lawtey with Miss Clara Smith's parents, Mr. and Mrs.O. Seaman Mike: Tllghmau and March 6th", 1944. In the above u.wrnuni
?', his induction then he was sent,, W. Rimes. Bob Parrish of the Great Lakes named Court and cause, wherein
May Eunice. plaintiff Keek divorce Bradford
o to Camp Wallace, Texas for his Mr. and Mrs. Ray Green and Naval Station are home on a County Telegraph shall publish
basic training From Camp Wal- George Mosely and wife have a children were in Waldo Wednes fifteen day furlough.Mrs. thin, Order In next four weekly '

lace he went to Pittuburg, California new baby boy. He Is named day.Mr. : Ruth Walling of Water- issues.Witness, my hand and official 01

?, and then on to San Fran- George, Jr.Marriage. and Mrs. Clarence StrIck- town, N. Y., Is visitingher sis .Heal at Starke Florida thin Feb-
., 2nd 1544.(0FFICIAi. .
cisco, where he embarked for a land of La Crosse were visitors ters. Mrs. Earl Green and Mrs. ( SEAL) A. J Thomas
voyage to the Hawaiian Islands LicensesCarl here last week. Earnest Edwards. Aa Clerk of sold Court. Ptpsl-Cola Company, Long Island City, ff.'Y.

tr... and from Hawaii to an Island Petty Officer Theodore Tyler of Little Roy Gano returned home Atty.I:. K. for Perrvman Plf. Hlarke 2-4, Florida.4t 2-23 Franchised Bottler: PEPSI-COLA BOTTLING CO. of JacksonMlie
+ somewhere in the Pacific. He Is A, McBroom, Camp Blan
t-;, in the heavy artillery. Ancll lathe ding, and Sylvia C. Buttner, ."'unn'''''iii'uiiiiiimiii,,,' ,,,,"',,,,, i'''w'''''nnwniwnxninww''' '''' '''''''''''' ''nwnuuwunuumnx'' '''''' ''''''''' ''''''''' '''''ww' ''"''?'''?''''', mown' 'unw, xx''nu wwnww' '',''''w...u;,,w,,.lUdlllll'lili/ "'''''''''''in''''uiliwuiuii.iuiiii''''''''''' '''''''''iiiumiliiili''''1'''''''''''iimimifiimiimwiiiiiiiiiitumwilliui''''' ,,,'''''''''' ''''' '''''''''miimuiimimmmiimiiiiiuiHiimiiu''' '''''' ''''''''''''''''''' ''''''''''''.mwiiiimmimiiiiiiuiiiiitiiitiiiiiin'''''''''''''''''' ''''''''''''' ''''''' '('....,"''''u''I''u'' ''''''''''|'''''''''' ,,mm.'.imiu'. i.?.HI,.,,iri'iiiiuuiiiiiiiimiiHiiimiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiii,,',,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,"[t'i' ...

y son of Mr. and Mrs. Bob Rochester, N. Y., Feb. 5. ,

'1t kN Carter. 'He has two sinters! :Doris Leonard Kowalskl, Camp Blan- I

i I and Betty.! ding, and Jeane G. Golemblewskl,
Maxle Tanner als>>> nerves his Chicago, HI., Feb. 4.
a F country, and if: happy doing so. Paul {f. Mallory, Camp Blan ,.
i He was born In the Clay HIJ ding, and Mildred Lee Griffin, .

+q .r Community October 14, 1908. lie Birmingham, Ala., Feb. 9.

! ; has been ic: the army one and a Martin Westrich, Jacksonville, s
t half yeura.. He H somewhere now ,',. .. qU, \
': and Katie Purvis, Jacksonville, .' "". ',' --
in North Africa. He la in the Feb. 9.James. "

i air corps and says he enjoys his ,.
P. McGee, Jacksonville: ,
; work and is having a fine time.
lav and Lorena Herrin, Jacksonville, i
His family hears from him regularly -
Feb. 10.Leonard.
Sayetta, Camp Blan- .
Miss Clara May Eunice spcn ding, and Edna Bauman, Gates- "'
..F the week-end with home folks at vllle, Tex., Feb. 9. I d. -'

;i t Lawtey. Alfred Carter, Keystone Heights, f>

Clarence Lang, the small son and Edith Hackworth, Seagrove, What happens when ?

of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Lang, W. Va., Feb. 10. tS
was taken to the hospital in James L. Swaslck. Camp Blan- y

t, Jacksonville Friday The child ding, and Alma Lucille England, : 'j
never seemed. to recover from the McGregor, Tex., Feb. 11.
flu. Clyde Williams, Camp Blanding,
Mrs. Jack Wilkinson has moved and Sylvestla M. Rodgers, Camp I
back home. She has been living Blanding, Feb.: 12. 1
In Gainesville with the two boys, Stanley F. Barnes, Camp Blan hat comes down ?t w I

Marlon In the University and ding, and Arlena Ross, Wllkea- your -

Jimmiejn the 9th grade. barre, Pa., Feb 10. ,
Farley Austin la home to stay, k-rlne- .-.( laol etaol etaol hrdl I II
having been discharged from the Sam Zelman, Starke, and So- I
army. He was stet! o n e d In phia Seligman, Starke, Feb. 11. to., I

Georgia. Huston Trlplette, Camp Blan .'. '.v._ '"\ ..
The children of Mrs. Taylor ding, and Maggie Prophet, Jacksonville rah. I
3 .
started to school at Clay Hill, last ;' Feb. 12. p. ..

week-Troy, Tony and Barbara .. .r Y. ,.

I I. Jean.The Atkins children from Camp BROOKERBy Minnie Lou Hazen V yr3

w' No. 2, also entered school. J. II.,
Is In the 7th and Fi'ankle In the FOOD SALE: SUCCESSThe ; !
Primary.. hamburger, hot dog and !
Pete BrInson made a business pie sale sponsored by the Gill..

:i ; trip to Mobile, Ala? Friday returning Scouts Saturday afternoon and G J l
..., ,jriPr ; Sat. P. M. night, was quite a success. The '
y Ib4
,"> ; Wednesday afternoon with her 2626. The Scouts will begin 1b'liP'

.; parents, Mr. and Mrs. Faircloth. the work of gathering scrap paper
h; Mr. Sanders has been supervising this week. Please everybody that \,
+" uS the grading of the roads In has old magazines, news paper

n the neighborhood of 1 the school and waste paper of any kind .
$. house A crew of several work have it ready for the Scouts. They

men' with a large grader and will call for It. Betty Long,
I .t t truck worked last week. They Scribe. e ; ,.
a, graded the road well and now SCHOOL PARTY 4 ir.e.& 4 w
; are hauling clay and saw dust f in
Our School celebrated St. Valentine's -
; the where there Is
i place quick
n ,, Day with a party. .Each I
sand. Mr. Hutchett runs the
class had a Valentine Box and I

k" after receiving their Valentines, I
refreshments I
; were served. This
was enjoyed by all the pupils. j

J. W. Hamilton( of Ellenton Is

.J, c1 666 visiting Harrell. his daughter Mrs: Guy SOMEDAY, a group of grim-faced men will walk burden of idle factories and idle men, wracked with I[
a 666 TABLETS. SALVE.NOSE DROPS Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Barry and<1 into a room, sit down at a table, sign a internal dissension and stricken with poverty and [
son, Wilbur, Mr. and Mrs. Earle
piece of paper-and the War will be over. want.
Green Mr. and Mrs. T. W Mar-

I key, Mrs. Rosa Pinho Isle I', Mrs. That'll be quite a day. It doesn't take much imagination We must not have breadlines and vacant farms and
.. STROUT A.L 13. J. Hazen and sons, Richard, :
p" t a ,i try .' Ilaa mode ovrr 1 1J' and Mrs. Eugene Crosby, and mum of the air all over America on that day. streets.
llnntm-- Kurmx- daughter, Mrs. Earnest Edwards, .
a Aerena from nil over the
'. j World. Mrll.,,L. O. Hazen and daughter,
Free open lUtlnar. That is why we must buy War Bonds-now.
But what about the after?
;,1 E.A. STROUT REALTYAGENC Y Minnie Lou, Mrs. Mike Tilghman \ day

I, ltt'pre"t'n'NI and daughter, Bobble, Mrs. Jack For every time you buy a Bond, you not only help
Keene and daughter, Carolyn, What happens when the tumult and the shoutinghave'
,j', !. j Locally by Mrs Howard Mott and finance the War.You help to build vast reserve .
son and up a of
t\ l\\: ; F. C. II0LiJN(:S1W0RTII I Mrs. Lee Green were in Gainesville died, and all of us turn back to the job of actually -

116 S. Walnut St. this week. making this country the wonderful place we' postwar buying power. Buying power that can mean

'f Ann Mis., of Mell Gainesville VIckery and visited daughter her, i dreamed it would be "after the War"? vemillions of postwar jobs making billions of dollars' j

slsterc, Mrs. Earle Green andMrs' worth of postwar goods and a healthy, prosperous,
Relief At Last
.: :: ,I : l Earnest Edwards Tuesday No man knows just what's going to happen then. strong America i in which there'll be a richer, happier

Cpl. and Mrs. Hershel LayfleM But we know one thing that must not happen: living for
f' and young son of Valdosta, Ga, every one us.
ForYourCough are visiting Mrs. Layfleltl's par- We must not have a postwar America fumbling to To protect Country
your your family and
ents, Mr. and Mrs. Noon Mott. your job

\c .t I Creomulslon it goes right relieves to the promptly) seat of the because Mr. and Mrs. Martin of Waldo restore an out-of-gear economy, staggering under a after the War-buy War Bonds now!
trouble to help loosen and expel and Mr. and Mrs: Ovid Gano of
{ germ laden phlegm and aid nature Gainesville visited bit and bA's.
'.. to soothe and heal raw. tender! in- Gano Sunday

M1', branes.flamed Tell bronchial mucous mem Kelton Gainey of the CoastGuard
your druggist to sell youa teZhUVKEPDACKIGTHEATTACK
bottle of Creomul.slon with the un Key Went, was visiting !
derstanding you must like the way It friends and relatives here Saturday .
p + A'I quickly allays the cough or you ore ,
iE' to have your money buck.GREOMULSION. J
i Friends of Mrs. L. A. Drown
will be glad 1 to know that she THE WONDER GIFT SHOP FRANK'S FINE FOODS STARKE
\ for Couehs,Chest Colds,Bronchitis i came home Sunday from the BEAUTY SHOPPE
i. i Hollywood Camera & Gift Shop JERRY'S PLACE

= From where I sit BEN SUSLOW'S ARMY STORE DAVIS HOTEL & BAR :Member F. D. I. C.

. W. M.

bj/ Joe Marsh


Gislain's Gifts & Novelties BLANUING CENTER TITUS OLSON
Sure's a lot of talk going around they can think of-ami It's still Military:: Supplies Inc.
nowadays about post-wnr plan. tip to the people themselves to GUY'S MARKET
ning..folks passing resolutions see to It that the world Is ruled SHAFKIN'S MILITARY BLANDING TAILORS
t . statesmen holding conCerby tolerance and understanding. STORE HIandinir Center & 129 Call St. KOCH
ences governments making Unions we make up our mind ". DRUG STORE
promises to each other. to respect the other fellow's LAPPE BAKERY P. S. STORES Inc. y THE
Dot as'" Bert ChlMfrs says: rights unit liberties-whether ... SHOE SHOP
6 + What good la all this drawing It's the right to enjoy a glass, of KIDD'S SINCLAIR SERVICE M. Across From Park Theatre
of unless each of beer
op plans one occasionally or the right; to .
us decides to make hU. c.'oroer'ote according to our conscience MAUDE'S LUNCH ROOM
i of the world a better place -nllourlwetwarplannlagwon't TEMPLE GARAGE CAFE

k, f I live In?" :', be worth the paper that H'. J. P. RpBERTS MOTORSPATEL'S

From where I sit, Bert's put printed on. DRUCKER'S JEWELRY CITY '
1. the problem In a nutshell. SHOP
t t ernments can pass all the Gov- SANDWICH SHOP

''H lutions and make all the
r f 1 This is 'official
an u. S. Treasury advertisement-prepared
/ auspices! of Treasury Department '

'' : Ho. 75 al CI Series Copyright, 1944.&VMUT Wwetifrrfni em'''''emsaeyms4p'' ,,,,,,,,,we, .,. saammmaxravox-xT. ,. xllmYnr.''- ,* and War. Advertising i Council.
<"-"ui.JUM'ia"!!! '-' iI"AGE -"''''''-+ nmmiuunxmnnnonnnamn/nninnmanmnlnlmlMaMminmamislmli' '' '' ' '' '' ' ' ' '' ''' ,,, ,, ; .. ,...
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FEBRUARY 18. 1944
BRADFORD rni-N-irv TELEGft.\pn. ST.\RKE
FLORIDA -...... n.crvwv.._..

TIIERESSA Walter, were visiting her daughter returned to their home in Jacksonville dren were ,. :''"I 'r
visiting her mother. I v nifi rr < 01 '"
it x nit \u'olln : IV / lilt I IT ('i> II''. lilt IHII
Ida IlaiconItrs. at Hill Crest, Mrs. John Joi- I ('in v'rt. .. SScFrrHF
By 1\11161 I Saturday.Mr. Mrs. R M Johnson nt Graham Ki.oitiikti iv (81'\- vot 'I'' F1,1)tlll11 (II ,%-

L R Britt and sons, Elft : don.Mrs.. and Mrs. Ralford( Alvarez Saturday. I c'linm." C .in I IVriy. J. plnlntlfr, \.. <'Kilt.I'n..tll.I riniiiiirr. S. Ci i |II| I IHettlc '
A. H. Kelsay was shop and ton James of Starke and Miss Dorothy Norman of Jack- Klli.ilu-th< .ferry. Lx-rvndont. Cane Kranien 1'uic-tll/ I t. Dofi-mluni (',iim *
Brltt of Lake Geneva, Lee ping In Starke Wednesday. Nell Crosby were dinner guest =No 21H7.oitni. No, S742.OIU :!. "SPfPDY SlIRf
Itt of Ratford and Pvt. Eugene I sonville spent Sunday with her >:u OK. priu.icATioxAM >lil OF I'rm.lCATKlNAM ''
Ernest of
Cpl. Trlest Mr. and Mrs. J. R.
parents. Mr. and Mrs. T. N. Nor- : ) NOTH-K TO AIMM2AK8TATJ3 I
Ili |tt of Camp EUls, 111., visited Shelby, Miss., !is visiting his parents Sunday. BTATH OK FUOI11DA to: Kllaa-: OF I"I.OIUDA to C.nllFraiurH r
family last week- beth Pvrrx. ['..,...111 ... ..
Thomas Mr. and Mrs. man.Mrs. w hi rfitUl nrc IIN."y < MV/GEST/ON "
S. E. Trlest Mr. and Mrs H. H. Lewis were W. T. Tlllls who has been Yt u HI* required to appear' on Yard" Pearl. Harbor. II. T }
and family. visiting their son-in-law and February 2Sh( 1944.! In the above You are required to appeal on
Kelsay was visiting In upending several days wilh her niiiiied Couit unit cauHO, whorvlnplulntiff Fttbruary( 2Sih.' 1 44. In the abovtnamvil 1
frank daughter Mr. and :Mrs. Bishop parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. N. Norman / seeks divorce Bradforil Court and raune, wherein. I
rke Saturday night. PINE LEVELBy I Thomas at LaCrosse Sunday afternoon County Telegraph' Bhnll pulillxh thinOrder plaintiff a<*cka divorce and Malden I|
ilrs. W. D. Garrett and Miss left Thursday for her homoin i hi next four weekly iKxneii.Wltneiia I II Name rewtort-d. Itrndford County ,, 1i t
Mrs. II. M. McRaMra. I Plant City. I my hand nod nfflrlnl Telegraph Khali publish I lhl. Under I 1
tIl Sibley were visiting. Mrs. Loran Conner seal nt ftarkr. .Florida this January In next four weekly IHHIKK.Wltne .
Heights Saturday. R. M. Crosby returned i of Panama Mr. and Mrs. J. W. McRae and 22nd., 1944. my hand and (offlrlnl i
who ia home after City arrived Friday to be at the children of Starke were visiting (OFFICIAL REAL) A. J. ThomaaAa next. nt Htnrkr. .Florida thiN January '
Leon B. Moorer. serv- Friday spending several bedside of her mother Mrs R. M. Clerk of said t'ourt. 24th. IH44.OFFICIAL .
In the Merchant Marine, days In Glendale Hospital at Crosby.Mr. Mr. and Mrs T. N. Norman Sun-' J. S, Harrison, Law Kxrhang Bid*. ( SEAL) A, J. Thomas I '
A Clerk ot nalil Court.T. '
for a few days visiting his Palatka. She Is only slightly Im and Mrs Robert Hall have day.Mrs.. Jacknonvllle, Floilda. Atty. for ('If. .a Frank I/Mmlrum, istark. Florida Carpenter's Drug Store
tndparents, Mr. and Mrs. H. proved. Carl Milliard and childrenof 1-iS 4t Z-1S Atty. for Plf. 1-28 4t 1-19
( moved with their family to
May and Ma mother, Mrs, L. W. R., Alford of Lawtey were visiting her son-
Jacksonville Orange Park. We wish them
success In-liw and daughter, Mr. and
Lambert. visited his
daughter Mrs. Ellen in their
Andrews of new home Mrs. V. H. Keen, recently.Mrs. Grade A Florida G H and
Mrs Bessie Fort Lowe, Sunday. I Remember Services at Pine W. I Green Stamps Expire February 20
E. Norman, who has
rce Is visiting her sister, Mrs. Mrs. Vesta MQrrick and Mr. and i Level this week-end.
D. May and family. Mrs Herbert Hayes and children spent the past four weeks In
and Mrs. Garfield Johns of Miami, returned to her home EGGSPinebreeze
Mr Salnesville spent the weekendat
BRANCH last Friday. She
I son Grady of Hampton were Bushnell. was accompanied '
lung her mother, Mrs. Little Mrs Allen Hall and baby have By Mr. T. N. Norman by Mrs" Ralford Car FOOD
rol and two small children who IN RETAIL
11. returned to Starke after spending Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Sapp and CENTERS (
Mr and Mrs. Lee Burkhart of three weeks at Auburndale at the children of Sampson City were will this visit section.friends: and relatives In Lge.. Doz. Mad., Doz. -ron STOKES

mpton visited the Thomas bedside of Mr. Hall's mother. She visiting relatives in this section 7
Smly Wednesday of last week. was Joined here by Mr. Hall and Sunday. The two small children of Mrs Quantity Rights. R...rnlt

Urs. S. R. Swindell, and son children, Ardella and Ralph, and Mrs. A. D. Norman and chU- Lob visiting Long Mrs of Nancy Jacksonville Keen: this are 41 C 3 7 C Prices Good Through Saturday, February 19

week Lido Club

Lovotfs Enriched WhitBread .
Hampton Happenings 16-oz 8c Spaghetti Dinner pleg 17c

By Barbara Home Super BrandMargarine Land 0' Sunshln Grapelruit

,e Mrs, Mary Johnston of Gainesville tb 17c Juice 3 no. 2 Cans 29cFancy
was the weekend guest of

Mrs. H. B. Wiggins.B. .
Cross Cut Should.r _Ib. Plato Cur Sl.winfl. I..' lb. 17c
Y. Saxon and Verda'' Wall Spring Bllc.d Lamb Linn .Ib. Lovett'a Tenders 80DOI| Hump 11_.' lb. 4loSUIoui

.' '; were In Jacksonville Friday of ...t Sib Sl.w Chop.. ...._? 23"1 BeeS Club, 8l PtnbaiMStack.oh lb. ale) .T-Boo Ib. 47aBlod. Yea I
FERTILIZERS last week transacting business. Lamb5o..te Lamb Poltl... Ib. Chuck. Rowrt ___lb. 27a
Pfc. Donald Keyes, stationed at ..-.I. Sitloln Ro.... Ib. F..ob H..b....... .__.. .Ib. 2SaPacker'

Fort McClellan;: Amlaton, Ala., is Trimmed 17.000 Pounds Sensationally Priced! loin or Rib Whole
t The American farmer doing his "all-out" on the enjoying a furlough at home. Square Cut Fresh
1 Mrs. John H. or Half Pork
Parker. O. Ward
," 1 food front is just as important in the winning of this and R. H. Parker were in Jacksonville PORKWhole l'

q ;try 1 war as the American soldier fighting on the battle Monday. __ B
Mr. and MM M. W. Morrowof hall hank Pork
u line with tank or machine gun. lie deserves the best I eke butler were Sunday Hams Ib 29c Armour's 305N ib 5 C I

vs .. weapons one of which is potash-a plant food essen-j', guests! of Mr. and Mrs. J.IV.. Whole half shank PorkShoaldenlb27c ,
Horne. Famous "Star" Northern FishFILLETS
;. eft tial! to all plant growth. Fertilizer manufacturers and Miss Madge ''Gay of Jacksonville con at a hot I'
Boat t CulaChops .while I it t lasts, .
"1 mixers in support,of the farmer's best interests will enjoyed the week-end at Ib 35c
homo with her tabi ly.
sec to it that in the fertilizers they sell there is enough I Mrs. Hugh Meyers and son of Lean, Meaty Spare Grade B, Rindlesa Sliced Bacon No Perch Bon_or WantelRed Ib. 39eMackerel I'

e" potash to meet the recommendations of official agricultural Louisiana arc vUitlng( Mrs. J. L. Ribs Ib 19c Morroll's Palace Ib 32c Ib. 3Se
Meyeia and family. Pollock _lb. 29a '
advisers for the soils and crops of yourscction. } Mrs. Olin l Bedcn'oaugh of Jack. Pork Butterfly -- -- lb. 32o:
I eel) Ib 9c Rind-on Smoked Grade A Breakl'st Bacon
80n"lIIe'vislLed( relatives Ga.
a;t If you do not already know just how much Bolt, Sid.Oysters
Sunday.Mr. Pork Bacon Ib 28c Strips Ib 32c I I
potash you need on your farm consult your official and Mrs. Jim Adklns, Mrs. Trlpo Ib 121/2C ; Pt 59c ;i
Western Whit
In Piece Canadian
agricultural advisers. Gerald: Adklns and daughter Jean Select BeetBrains! Headless OceanShrimp
e Bacon Ib 49c Bacon Ib 19c
were In Gainesville Wednesday of Ib 15c Ib 29c
y4nY ( last week. }
Shank Hall Ca Headless PanWhiting
.r "tla' Mr. and Mrs. C. i B. Harper left Armour Star, !Half or Whole
.a> Sunday for an extended visit Hams Ib :29c: Ib 15c I
Hams Ib 34C Best Slices Ib 49C
S with Jelatlvo In and near Leaks- Kingcm Tender Ground Florida SpanishMackerel
-Xr r..y..ti aSE -. re,; villa Miss.sonvllle Sausage Ib 35c Ib 21c +

Miss Frances Johnson of Jack. 2131jlbStewing' Pork Neck Klngcm' Tanti-Cream F,..," FithRoe

*&*zr'3x uZ1 at present., Is visiting relative here Chickens Ib 39c Danes 2 Ibs 15c Lard 2-lbs 43c: Ib 55c

$} Write MS /for free information and literature -a 1 Mr. and Mrs C. L. May visited. Vlsklng Chile Con Sl.c.d Pork Sliced Beat f Fla. Speckle

OH the practical /fertilisation of your traps, p ,J Mrs. Horace May at the Alachua Carno Ib 35c Liver Ib 21c Liver Ib 35c Trout Ib 30c
? Armour Star Pure
'> " County Hospital In Gainesville
& *
.& -ass. Boiling While Select Pork Fla. Whole
!> Sunday. We a..- glad to report Lard 1-lb crn 17c

AMERICAN that she is Improving. 2ib' :34c .. ib, 60c Meat Ib 15c Brains Ib 17c W1lltbnglb121/2t
Mr. and Mrs. Cleve Fnll'cll.thI
Incorporated and son Donald, were weekend I
1155 Sixteenth St., N. \V. Washington 6. D. C. IJrtt'CjrtpJ' ; guests of relatives at Live Oak Maxwell House 27

3C.&H&Mft$ IN iiiMiir < 01 it'r. mi tii)"'/1111)
COIN. :n, ri.omu\i iv n\%_

rtnnaw'T;; ; Hull, PlainIff! VK 11,11'I, ''I For Guaranted Baking Crisp Florida
: Klnlnw Hull/, l>i-r>nclaiil. ('II""

? '
f\ Say JAX AND ;NOTlfM Til At'PKAIt': :usP

you can't buy Kin 8TATR law )Hull 00' wnone 1"IOHI1'tu ridden hula la Flour 5 LETTUCE

lIe/ftllJeer 221 Nlmofka AVP l-'tiyvUevllle.

,1 {/II1rkel sr koi'lh; You rtiulriMl 10 flpponr "n 5 lbs 30cEnriched
February ZSili.) 1IM4. In th. above
named Court unit eauxe. wherein) :I Z5
% plaintiff' "eck, dlvo'.-.. Flour- CSllvel'Wlngs
Telegraph .I
sue thin*.Order \In next ruhr\I weedy,; la- 10-Ibs Sic

\Vltnmn my :hand and nfftelnl Land 0' Sunshine None Higher!
peal nt Htark. Florida, thiN Jan.
imrv. 96th.. 144.
Flour 20-lbs 85c
OFFICIAL" 140\: I>) A. J. Thomas New Florida Pot..lo.I ..- 1
An ('J..rk of said Court.

Itt .rotokr Lwinrtriitn rif Hturk( 1-2S. Flnrliln U 218fiticiir Red Bliss 5 lbs 25c


Fresh Florida
iv rmiiT. mi ti>Kom>

r ..Inm Jan T-..wla Tnllmnn. Plaln-
tiff. vii Donald \\-. TiillMiun 1)i>fen No. 2 12c Idaho Baking Crisp Florida
Jant. Case No, IAlro! !
:, nnT>I 1t Of" Pt.HI,11"'A TfnS Potatoes ib 6c Celery 2 for 17c
"Nf te\rI i 1 ANn >Ti'" Tit AI'I'/o\lt/:
STATK! up( FIXiKIDA- |>mmlili tlr*_y.-tred UM
i i iV Tallmfin whoa resldenee l 1 la Fla Green Canadian
11.1.| Co. 66th l>lv. Camp ItoUlnunn, NEW 018 DUTCH
Ark. ib 3c Rutabagas ib 4cSO'F
e c.s Ccbbage:
r Von or. ri-nulri to appear. on I
Ay Fel>nmrv Slth 104, (In (thr i
I nbnv.l
} nomad (ourt. and ('ou"". rpn| SUR! Polished Stuart (U S. York
plaintiff/ i..t.1](" llvore and> l Malrt..nNama
., roaintiil., Ilrn.lfonl r'cMinljr I Pecans Ib 35c Apples ib 10c hull ptibllnh this f,rrjfr .
In n.xt four w"kly'<>". 2 for 15CPALMOLIVE

They've been 'J anal Witness at Stark'my. hand Florida.and, thin official Jan ,I. S No. 'to
nary eAt(h.. lnl,..
Many a Floridian irtf-FlCIM rl4rk of, HKAT.Bald. )Cntirt A. J. ThoriMtsAa Potatoes 10 lbs 39c

1 who became acquainted T.Att Frank,.. for I.nmlrum.Pit Stork 1-SS. Florida 4t t-11 Fancy CallL Green TopCarrots

f for YT1 1 d\ Pi S with JAX, the Beer of M0 CCNTLIOt ( WITH 2. Bunches 13c 4

Friendship when the
5 iv' rnufir roinr. 'lit " VE ANO\ Bald Sna
founded 30 ("H -\j''''', "'..0'111)lll'.''- Juicy! Florida Grapefruit lb. So
Jax Brewing Company years f et(1'. PALM OILS
Wilbur H. help Plaintiff ".. Ar. '2 for 19c 10 lbs 45cFor
that beer Oranges
r '-y will tell you JAX was a great line [>..lp. t>ef.nitant. Ca.a No.

then . that JAX is a great beer now. 2910.OROFR: r.po rl'PLII"'ATION Greater Home Health
ANn NOTir'K TO APPRAR Van Camp Baked Fresh Green SoyBeans
This fine golden brew has been a favorite STATE OK FORtOA
D..lp who... In 11.11" TIlKh-Arlln Security IlltTU-uftned Beans 18-or can 10c 3 no 2 25cI'
with beer-lovers since 1914. man Ht., Ail.ntown. Pennarlvanla.
Von era r.*,iulrAd to appear on CLOROX) Brown, Yellow or ex. IIo Points! Flaked
Then as now it was carefully brewed March 6th, 1944 In the ahnv )
namwd Court and 7c Fish 15-oz 29c
c.uae, whereinplaintiff Sugar ib-pkg can
from choice materials by skilled brewers. These ..e*ka dlvorc... Hrarlford u
County Tel'Kraph rhall. i publish : Ground" Order-Velvo Pillsbury's Cake FlourSnosheen -
same experts are still making JAX. thin' order In next four weekly I 12C
issues.Wltnese. Pint Coffee 2 ibs 41c pkg 26c
those who appreciate my hand and offlrlnlseal '
a1'. Then as now at Stark. Florida. this February .....-.......-..,..... Educator NBC
'superb quality in a beer said lot. 114 .. ---..
(OFFI'IAI. HiAl,> A. J. Thomas Crax s-oz Pkg 10c Ritz lb-pkg 21c
"Make mine JAX!" Aa r'Urk of said.. I Court.T. "
Frank I-nndrum, Stark., Florida Cbmstock Pi* Sliced Choice Fresh, 18-20 Ct., I
And then as now, Atty for Plf I." ft 2-B5 SWEZTDJUUIT SOAP
Apples 20-oz 23c Prunes no iy2 17c
it was true that no better

could be '\OTKH TO ('nruiTon: 3 cakes
All persons having claims' or' DEL MAIZ

..w regardless of price.: demand .Hvajnat.;. (''.nova t.h.ilircniiril.. ciitat. arc rjfFlorenro i .

hereby notified and r.iiilr| .*rl to ,; 19cGdlBER'S Cream StyleCOHN ,
fll. their rlalmit.. In the office of
Mo 'YQ 'I> th" County Judo of llradford r i
County Florida. In the Courthouse DES
{ at Htarko. Florida' within eight IbII
II .calendar' .nt>nh. from the eats of
-i t th" first publication of his notice ANI
.. thoAt or the. aarna will hacom void ac.cording -
to law. This January I Baby Foods :

"Uti,. 1944. r.\l't. F.. rANOVA.rrxwKvcB 20'1 I no 2 canMinnesota lac
Fat'NICE: r. c KTDD FT.YX" :! Can 7C > '

t A. Kxecutor and Bxrutrlr of th. i
Lest Will and Textament ot Floreo
I .
'. t;. en Dova. d. I
I JU ,.U. I a'... H




t. Hutto. Flying Fllrll'CRS, T7

Bradley Monday Rites AfternoonNooner LOOKING FOR A HOME AWAY FROM HOME P -- HERE IT IS and an England.8th top AAF turrent Bomber gunner St Itt, II 1:'

M. Bradley, age 48 a .... "',''''''' "............'. ........ ... ........... .." ..... ". ... .."... ..."."" With seven ili\ilgm,' It
World War veteran and well ....,. ; { over Germany arm
III I ?' ,
known farmer of this county. died ( countries
to his ( slap
In Veteran's Hospital In Lake City (lu .( e d 4' '( t tt assigned to I

Friday of last week after being J J2 to American 0111,1 tits(| I

hospitalized for only half a day. heavy |junij,

4 Services were conducted at theY squadrons In tht Euron/*

at 4 o'- .i7jpa atreSgt. Hutto ha- ,
grave. In Dyal Cemetery ; eCtnu
clock Monday afternoon by the 2C : awarded the AI,' Medal'<| |

Rev. Herman Moody and Rev. .. ,. t i sya ,

Ross! of High Springs. Pallbearers ." ... .: \ / ;\ i
W B.Sewell. .
were: A. J. Thomas, BACKUP j

.,i O. D. Kersey R L. Lee. ;

K. L. Griffis and S. E. Sparks. ..,.;. YOUR BOYI

i Presentation to. the family of the t + I
" flag which draped the casket was r l aea.. your I r 1

made by A. J. Thomas and C M. ::1 .. ,: ,," payroll lavlagt

Schmitt. the latter a staff mem- .i. ::!';I:"tJ.rv";; ".'." 1 0 four famllr limitmet

ber of the DeWitt C. Jones Funeral ., ' ,:-. r"" :. ,, ti
Home directing morticians. \ '"

Surviving Mr. Bradley are his .. 1.,, Iv (. -
l1I of wife Elsie Kersey Bradley; five .'ERY'01 ".'I' F"LOIHOII l' ; tit\I

l daughters, Mrs. Winona Geiger ,,, Helflna Jones Harr'-II
.. Plain
,' ; Jantes
Mrs. Retha Gilffls, " U"ko 1ura", Ij,. I ,.
+ t i of Tampa, ... "'CO'" .... ...... .. ... Case 2921. )
Mrs. Mary Slater MUsses Phoebe ORDEn OF Pt'I1I.H'AT

rti f and Gloria Jean Bradley all of S'nA ANI Tli) 0 TFLciujIAtiJames ,
\ Starke; four sons, Nooner M. By Mary Jo KentDropping Above (left) the charming exterior] of the Church Service Center, operated jointly by the Presbyterian '- }4arrsil.: whux, "meld;

Bradley Jr., U P. Bradley and and Episcopal Churches for the benefit of the service men their wives, and the civilians come to her with letters . G13th. Bomb S'loIlI 'lj6tb
(In at the Church Ser Oroup. A. PI p.. 6S1. '. !
.4 ; .ill 1 George Bradley of Starke and of the community. (Right) Interior. \\lcw of the home-like Center A huge fireplace, bookshelves with photos of the "girls they ter. WewrlYark.' N. y '",

;t Randall R. Chlsm serving with vice Center Sunday what evening devoteesof we modern-but-comfortable furniture and colorful draperies make for a scene to warm the left behind them"' .', .sometimes "rah 0th.eyi, is i,'. W,
noted at glance '
i the U. S. Army In Italy; one a when heart of stranger and liabltue alike. Tile Church Service Center offers something "Just a even to show her "promise rings"In named Court and CHUM.?" tho,
iF brother L. P. Bradley of Miami; the Center mean they 'feel pretty plush boxes destined to Plaintiff tieek divorce and
}? with enthusiasm of its little bit different" slid those responsible for Its establishment here can already amply Name Itestored. , ,,
t4 4 and two sisters, Mrs. Ethel speak repnld. adorn the third finger left hand Telegraph' .hall pulll/". d

Pringle of Jacksonville and Mrs.. home atmosphere". of, that "only girl". In next tour weekly issuaFla thl
Alice Clapp Brown, director of WltnellH my +
4' Maggie McCrlnioun of Miami. I And too there are the sad Ileal at Slark... iida,andih
Mr. Bradley was affiliated with I this unique organization, and the But that's the way Mrs. Brown George Allen of Bath, N. Y.; proval of the guests. It goes stories . of Illness at home ruery; 11th 1944. "

the Baptist Church at the time one person upon whose smartly has planned it. It's not a matter Bryant Kirkland of Philadelphia; without saying, perhaps, that the (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J.
. of financial difficulties . Ae Clerk of said Court.
of hla .death. coiffed head rest a lion's share of coincidence. Like one of Dr. Ralph McAfee of Erie Pa., groups enjoy Mrs. Brown's home of mountains of trouble with the T. Frank .andrum, I'larl
of the laurels for Its success rose those becomingly careless coif and Dr. William Hudnut of cooking only a little more than Atty for PU. 2-U
Iftii Sergeant. One boy had lost his
i Immediately to greet us with sincere fures that take hours of time Springfield Ill, the present Camp the attractive manner In which --
; stripes and wanted Mrs. Brownto
NOTICBI 10 .ItIilUI'fOI.8 cordiality before we had and thought to create her every and Center pastor. These are all she serves It . In view of a it iv:
explain' all his mother. rmri'iT
S AU persons having claim or demand more than set foot Inside the energy is directed toward the men of experience and caHbre graceful arrangement of waxy to COt'nmy F..OR'U\I route. IIRI
against the estate of Charley She did. 1\
Ulnkln, deceived, are hereby re. door. seemingly effortless hospitality whose services it would be diffi- foliage or a wooden bowl piled .CERY: .
cv' qulred and notified to file their We were to learn that it la a that helps to make a "home away cult to procure under ordinary high with shiny fruit on a lace irf! tact' Mrs. Brown makes a Sllfe Defendant SlIte, Plaintiff('ass n

( Judge claim of In Bradford the office County of the Florida County, policy of Mrs. Brown's not to allow ! : from home" for the "boys and circumstances in a community of ,covered table perhaps . the marked effort to build sort of a ORDER OP Pl'BII-AI No

In the CourthauHe at Htui ke, FlorIda anyone'either to enter or girls" at the Center. this size. Each of these Mrs. scene softened by candlelight and bridge of understanding betweenthe STSlits. ATEN: OF FLORIPAF1:

from, within the date eight of the calendar first. publication month- leave the Center without a friendly Alice Clapp Brown accepted an Brown explained has given the exhllerated by the exchange of boys and the fplkS back whose residence 10 211 I

of thin notice, or the name will "hello" and "goodbye" and introductions time to this work alloted to him effervescent chatter. home. When a boy first comesto Fourth You Street Columhu.. !p>
become void according to 1<.w. appointment as Director of the are required to ?'
to several the she asks him to
meanwhile Center
This February 15, 1944. i Church Service Center soon after by his regular parish for a va Asked how she could possibly March ZOth., 1944, In tl.
Annie K. Ulnkln, : or all of the other guests present cation.A address a card to bis mother. named Court and cause.
bow'much food -
judge It was necessary : plaintiff
last A
Its organization July. divorce
1 Kxdcutor: U F.of If ':.klt'ot: Will ffndTentamsnt at the time. native Alabaman, she makes her large measure of the successof to prepare wlien she has Then she writes an encouraging County Telegraph shall, ph,,I
of Charley l>lnkln",/cl..- The large cathedral-roofed room message to that mother tellingof Ordjr In next four weekly
home In Gainesville where she the Center Mrs. Brown states, no way of knowing just how .. my
ceaaed. *-18 4t 8-10 draperleII.colorfully the son's visit to the Center and
j with Its vividly printed has been active In Red Cross and may be attributed to the direction many guests might arrive to be I Seal at Starke. Florida"' il
'.' .' ' and comfortably upholstered . that he's looking well . ruary 14th 1944.
IN! (;111( 0" "', nl''U''Olin'
of local committee which Mrs.
the served Brown
rniiNrv. rioKIHAI, IN .. .."1'1- furniture and huge War work for the past two years, replied "Well I' Is happy If she can. She's (OFFICIAL' SI AI.) A..1
C.I'.IIV.Oeorita her first activity outside her own Is composed of representatives of it's a lot like the story of the particularly An. Clerk of said Court
T (lore Plaintiff v.*. Anna tone fireplace has the cheerful proud of the replies she's B.: K. Perryman, Starlo. I
both the Episcopal and Presbyterian loaves and the fishes. At least
''I' It. tore, Defendant. CUB !! 21140OltnEll of a private lodge.A home. She also had the arrest received from parents all over Atty. for Plf. 2.1$
Ii OF PimtI<'Ai'; appearance' in ing experience of a period of residence churches as follows: Mrs we've never run out yet. A fur
'fir' I AND NOTIOR] TO APPEAR: foursome of bridge was abroad. Now Mis. Brown Edward Burns, Chairman; Mrs. ther explanation revealed that she America. -r

'd' n.STATE lore, whose OF FLORIDA re" .ld ">oe toi U Anna 1100 progress In one corner. In another also manages to sandwich In between V. S. St. John; Rev. Charles Allen sometimes hides some in the store And on the side Mrs.\ : Brown IV: (.II..T' ('OI'IIT IIAI!\
"J F. Street N. W., Washington D. C. ,' a couple of lieutenantshad hours crowded with work and Rev. Fred Yerkes. Thoseof room to save for late comers. carries on an extensive personal ('..:IIY.NTY, rioitni iLillian \
You are required! to appear on heads together . .
M ; March 80th, 1944, In the abovenamed their Benton for the Ccntc-r, the teaching of the central governing group "The boys will eat everything Insight shopping service accompanimentfor !! Mutany, Plaintiff,
Court and cause, whereinplaintiff over a squad of chess men. a Sunday School class In Gaines are: Bishop Frank A. Juhan of you know", she added.In . plays piano No.In& (2919 Mac) Mutany Dpftnil;
k .
v neek. ell von.. Bradfordft were oblivious -
ik County Telegraph Khali publish their game they ville. Jacksonville; Dr. U. S. Gordonof fact, Mrs. Brown has found their song feats . shares ORDER OF PUTtMCA(
thin Order In next four weekly both to the near by banter Gainesville Dr. Albert Kiasllng their interests In everything that AND NOTICE TO API
; Interested In
the young people so STATE OF FLORIDA
"warwidows" She Is a "natural" for Job
of (
iMHtlttM.Witness of a group army to make well rounded .
and Mr. Joseph Riggs, both goes up a Mac) Mutany whose re.or
my hand and official seal their hus- she li doing, not only because of her menus that she la now con
No. 2 .
reason Clinton St. New \
constructive social life That's ,
f at Htarke, Florida, thin February of Jacksonville\ a
classes for
16th., 1944. bands' turns at C. Q.) and to her background, but because ofa ducting cooking army big order. New York.
TiiOMAS which More than 1500 guests have wives who come to the kitchenat You are required to n i
Pri- striking personality combines
( clf..icJ'r the "swing" of a Blandlng March 20th., 1944 In IInamed
n )} A. OFFfCIAU mUd HRAI.Court.) vate who was cutting, with gusto a "knowing" air with one been received at the Church Ser I the Center regularly to take Typical of the amusing yet Court and cause,

Knight & Knight Htarke. Florida.' pattern of the hit of motherly roncern for those! vice Center during Its fledgling notes, copy recipes and as their sincere, tributes Mrs. Brown receives of plaintiff leeks divorce and
his own ivory Minor Child. Bradford!
; AttV" for Pit 8-11 4t all tune, "Paper Doll", on a non- about her. Tho growing pop months and many of these come teacher puts It, "to learn by do- from the Blanding boys Telegraph shall publish tl

., .. upright piano. ularity of the Center attests to back repeatedly to avail them Ing", which she Is confident is .who visit the Center is an original In next four weekly lumitWltneM
lescrlpt hand
j Adding to a pleasant picture her avid Interest In the personal selves of Its count less services the only sure way to accomplishthe song-sketch suggested by and heal at Florida' I Irnary

jI local volunteer problems of its guests. AssistingMrs. which Include, in addition to the art that's universally credited written to the tune of "Alice 16th, 1944.
Mrs. V. S. St. :John a (OFFICIAL SEAL .1 1 1An
i I Can you use came from tne Irltchen: Brown is Mrs. Milton Plank everyday conveniences of reading with being the "shortest and Blue Gown" by Cpl. John C. Clerk of said' )Com A.I

with a steaming pot of Mrs. a pleasant person! who acts as and writing rooms and lounge straightest way to a man's .Tucker. It goes like this: William. I>. Morgan, .JactFla. <1
Atty. for Plf. 21VE I'
Biown's famed Russian! Tea Just I hostess In the directors absence. such special activities as spaghetti heart." "Oh, my sweet little Alice

a typewriter? as .\ Blanding Corporal and his Mrs. Biown spoke with pride ( suppers served each Wednesday Among the good, old Southern Clapp Brown, .

wife dropped In to meet another and enthualaara uf the successof evening to a group of soldiers dishes that Mrs. Brownis teach Was the first gal I met In this

couple from their home town the Church ;Service: Center, a and their wives; a weekly Saturday ing her pupils how to prepare are town. 1JeJ.

1 all CAN YOU do rh-rlcnl work "over Ea! t", A buck Sergeant joint project of the Episcopal and night picnic supper; Sunday spoon bread, baked ham, grits, She was both proud and shy .

01' accounting? Have you grinned knowingly to himself Presbyterian churches bullf and afternoon tea; Sunday night sup- Hoppln' John and Hush Puppies As she met every eye; !!I. .MI t
: \ II
ever' worked In a More? Canyon over a Hoff cartoon from behind equipped by the former and operated per following Vesper Service conducted which we'll wager are as Intrigu- And with 40 cups of coffee

drive a I'ar't the pages of Esquire.It by the latter for the. past ( each week at the Episcopal ing to the taste as they are to She'd go dashing by. EVKR1THI1UT:

The Army neotl all kinds might easily have been the eight months. Church and special'parties the ear. In a manner old fashioned she'd TEV I

r,, i of HkllU in the "'.\C. There's McCafforty living room in Peoria, Fortunately, the Center slrce and dances such as' the Valentine Mrs. Brown laughs ashe ad- frown. SIlARI'EWell :

jjl+;f a chiuice for you-to improve Illinois . gathering of family its beginning has been under Bull last Saturday night. mits being sort of a "girl Friday" And the boys seemed to flock

a skill you already have, or and friends at the home of the the wing of a quintet of capable These gatherings which strang- to Dorothy Dlx. For nevera all around.

{ learn ono you'll find useful Jones' . the Bill Smiths' . members of the Clergy . Dr. ly enough are free to all Servicemen I 'Til It gave out she'd pour It Perhnpn That lnuttrrnllnw

%'S'a 1 all jour life. the John Doe's. . In Akron, Alison Bryan of Salem, N. J., and their wives, are informal day goes by that she Isn't called I I'll always adore It. lint \\t I to Just have\ I MmI .Illli,

? T..lay-lht.1 out about the Ohio Waco, Texas . White during whose "Camp paatoishlp" with a, certain festive flare upon to solve some problem of I My sweet little Alice Clapp 'he ".lli>rit.To-<.rl> ll'.

opportunities that' await you Plains New York. It was conceived and built; Dr. which gains the immediate apa the heart for the boys. They Brown.". I Have Office Been Supplies Wanting. '1' h at to,
hi; 4he'
In the WAC-- Important f I.unaHere Are A t'"

I job, the Int4'l't"ftthllC') life the '"..
fuilough with his Mr. next month and look-
I parents am really AWAKDKD: AIR MEDAL
; .j chance! to serve your countryIn
I t In'a vital way. OUR SERVICE MENDevteted and Mis. Perry Newsome on their Ing forward to seeing all my old Tlllman F. Hutto, 23, son of

1 APPLY .at the nearest V.H. to Item of I..r... ioHeernliK farm near Lawtey. friends then. Mr. and Mrs. L. S. Hut t o of S'COTC.TAPE.
Iv. ' llrnUtfurd Connly h,',. mow, ..ding t'...1. Pvt. Newsome was returned to Sincerely Starke, has been promoted from
) Recruiting Station
Army .. Hnrentv and friend tonmiierate
"'a. arc urged
9 the because of chronic Cecil H. Dobbs Sea. 2-c
", (your, local poet office will hr brlnnl., 'In new and letter* Staff Sergeant to Technical Ser
give the udilresn. ). Orwrlt from the" buy ....,. from kome. service" rheumatism which was aggravated Bldg. 1405, Flight Brigade geant according to an announce 'They Han't 'Ink'.
a also r.q.ed.A in write to the ,
yon men are B
(+ 1\' ",, t The AdjutantGcnerol, tp % 'lelraraph. reprtlug event and actUltle. by the damp and cold of the Whiting Field USN ment by the commanding generalof Hall Have. It Any HI"More.Wide B''

;p'' ;' } I Room .411S Munitions Utilldf of liiteret.In Italian winter he said. He will Milton Fla. the Eighth Air Force. Sgt. In. Long.STAPLII.

h ;. Ing. "'..-..hlnjCton, D. C.l' report at Camp Blanding on
)i+,*+'' f eHt' IN CAIlinilEAN'KEA c
a,. Caribbean area, following his completion six: months Jn the States before

47"I t t tq of a rigorous transition being re-examined and possiblysent

t' POLITICAL course at the Sixth Air Force overseas again. 10 MACHINWith

Fighter Command Training Schoolin
h the Panama
1/- area. FIFTH 'RU'IX NAVY fintee t era *"
I y FOR 01''vrv ..O.n, In line with the policy of the Julian J. Griffis, son of :Mrs. U1-I Winnie

j a for 1 hereby nnnounre my rnndlilarv' tP n AAF to train Its airmen to the Anita( Giiffla and the late A. J.
*) County Commlmiloner tram PI.
y trlpt No.2. nnl>j..rt to the will cc( highest point of perfection at- Griffis of .-
the Democratic voterH In he primer tainable the y.ou'ng TWOHO.PUNCHI
r flyer now servinghis
+ gone
? .election !May. S. If elected. *C f,1 ..iF .
,", I prontliiK in help.. administer the through every phase of the Intensive fifth year. In !!
+ affairs. of the entire county In nnhonent training the school offers the Navy. He'
fair and millers manner to
.I.t, the bent of my ability. Your vole supplementing his flight educa- Is stationed somewhere -* Can H. Adjii.lecl F.'

and active support will he greatly \.' tion In the United States with In Africa .r'w frrent Slue "Hn-el
ay( appreciated. a .! .
-E.: I* Crawtonl. the minutest details of simulated and write! that, i fa

''Jar! 1. ('Ot''IIT"fH.o'II' combat tactics. Laest detailed Information "I've; been 'here' s Y b

i' 1I..trh.tI.. : ... n received from the so long I'm about .META1RIMTA
I hereby announce my candldnry fighting fronts Is constantly assimilated ready t o'
for 'ountv ComtnlKHlaner of pin
trlct No. ( coinprlnlnir the LTonkerand Into the course of train- take out
New River 1'reclnctn. subject Ing at the school where the air cItizen-I I
to the will of the Immocratto Vot ship
V era In the\ Primaries. In May courses consisted of tactics, tech Looks lik I'Ila '" ",-
The vote and nctlve support o' nique and formation flying In
the votera In the illntrlot are earneotlv be here the rest A.L-S.O
of the
,j oollclted mil I promise. I If fighter aircraft as well AS gunnery war. _
elected to dlHchPrre the dutlen o r dive-bombing navigationand Julian Is a graduate of B. H. S. .. CLIP BOARD"
the office In a fair and, Impartlamanner.
. meteotology. The latter two
-M. O JI\nnEt..L. rlfl8" subjects require considerable attention A I IYVAA

t In the extremely!' variable Ernest Allen\
FOR COV1'tllth' 1I1'r. t Coxswain has THUMB TACKS
1 hereby announce my candidacy: tropical weather and the matted been moved again-this time"across" lUMBhi
for the office of Countable of Din jungle terrain over which the His t TICKET PITCHES
a trlct No 1 comprising the voting pilots new address Is:
'. Precinct of Lawtty. North Htark must fly. The ground school Ernest W,. Allen Cox., USNR RUBBER TTKNUMBERING :
and Mouth Stnrke! subject to the
curriculum Included Navy 248 Unit E
will of the Democratic Voter In ,p a thorough care Fleet P. Mftf'
h. Primaries In Mar. study of combat Intelligence, armament 0., New York N. y, ,
The vote and active. support o r rt engineering. OTHE:*
4 all Democrat In said Dimrlct .ore WS t. Spanish and AND MANY
earneiitly. ollcltei1. und 1 prnmliiv. survival In the jungle.Lt LIKES L\\\'TE' NEWS -i
If elected, to discharge the duties N OFFICE SlrPLIES:
1 Impartial i I Beam, 21. was graduated Dear Editor;. _
; of the office In a fearleii and a "
manner..:.. ) u i from Starke High School In 1942. I wa glad to see In the Tele- ncr ". ..-
-- and In November of that graph last week
FOIL ."Ol''NTY ('OH>II l>Utrle< No. a Joined. the AAF back on the map with some Interesting [
a. I hereby announce that I wIll I BRADFOR1COUNTV
;.A b.. a candidate for re-election. a" news Items. I hope it
a County i'ommlniiloner, from Dlnlrlc preparation for eventual BACK IV STATES Is represented every week. 194 4 WA
Four, comnrlHlnir the voting pre Ao.R F U N D
rlnct of Itamnton and ThereaiiaIf assignment; to a combat area and! Pitt Newsome Is back In There are more than 500 __

...-..I..t...., I will continue to active the "good old USA" after nine WAVES here and some of them
i; trnnnnrt the duties of thl. office participation In fighter. and half I This ye.r with .....Ie. flag. In windows of TELEGRAF
a months nearly
In .and of overseas are plenty good-looking, too. They Croae will every home Red
a fair Impartial manner, all piano missions, 2nd Lt. Eugene 80 Amerlean.
I have tried to do in th. pant( service with the Third Division In even have them working In the duellon ot .191- Red moreW.f AI depleled III lid.
Your vote and support will b. Beam son of :Mr. and Mrs C. E North Africa and the Fund pOi tel'. DIan,. bdow.) al80 l aili
Sicily. He chow diepttq
arrived hall. symbol. of ST.
r eale really appreciated Beam p&rllelpatloa Ia the ea... of Mere 128 CALL
of Starke has been and
,. t -T. C. CiIASTAIN.w &ulgll- last week and Is spending I am coming home on leave Red Cross. Bnmaallytit.

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