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 25, 1944
Frequency: weekly
Subject: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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Volume ID: VID04851
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'' Trading and j Home of the t

for Recreation Camp Blendi Center j; BRA' DrORD COUNTY TELEGRAPHng Sweetest This Side Strawberries of Heaven


Official County Publication Established In 1877 , .. ,

OLUMI 23. 1M4 _Mil_ _Mil___n I'll__ .tUUlTtNlean .:__un ______

Drive Red Cross Drive 'Rent Director' Sheriff Andreu

Up Will Leave Soon Oil Leases SignedOn

lNow In Fall SwingGood Starts March 1 ; For his Navy regular DutyOn visit to Starke AnnouncesFor Here

this week. Wm. L. Duke rent Acreage

Goal -$15,333 control supervisor for the Gainesville Re-election

Results Shown By Committees ; -Starke District, slated that Representative Of Tide Water Company

Special Attention Given To The 1944 Red Cross War Fund he forces was at Inducted Into the armed A. O. Andreu, who Is com Now Closing Deals With Large
Camp Standing( last
Campaign to raise $15,333:
Can Problem as pleting 'his second
Garbage term as Sheriff Land OwnersOil
week and
Bradford County's share of the has been assigned to

Nation-wide appeal for 200.000 the Navy. He Is now on the customary of Bradford County, announced -
noted this week in the
Marked improvement was this leases have been taken
000 will start officially In Starke that he would be a on approximately 20,000
Grounds surrounding both public buildings and privateomes l-day furlough'given to of
and county areas March 1, it was: candidate. to succeed himself In acres Bradford County land and deals: for 20,000 more are
in Starke as the Clean-Up Campaign gained impetus i I announced yeste r day by' local all men following induction. the May primaries. pending, the Telegraph learned yesterday: ) through interviews I
jnd townsfolk really)] "rolled up their sleeves" to the taskf leaders of the volunteer effort supervisor successor hl not as rent control In making his with representatives of the Tide Water Associated Oil Co.
yet been nam- announcement.
beautifying the city. A schedule of Houston Texas! and by of
busy of organization ed, Mr. Dull(stated. Sheriff Andreu statell"l: feel inspection record books in the
I Workmen were pruning shrubbery and collecting debris meetings is planned for every sec i 1 that I have been sheriff during office of County Clerk A. J. Thomas.

h-om the grounds.of the Armory under the r reye- of W. 11. tion of the 'county. In addition some of the most difficult times Although considerable activity is evident, and Tide

dwards Wednesday'palms; have been set and transplantgs to those called by leaders assign/ Board Announces In the history of Starke. The Water has established an office at Brooker, the general

made under the supervision of Mrs. L. A. Davis athe : ed business and residential sections establishment of a large military opinion here is that the buying up of oil leases is "nothing

Temple street U. S. O. Building. : in Starke. training camp right on our back to get excited about". It is simply following the general

Baptist Ladies have cleaned around their Church andlave'do'ne : Mrs. Junlus M. Smith chairman Ration DatesThe doorstep naturally brought many -trend- of several l large companies
of the Woman's Division : of law
some transplating.llethodist .- enforcement that now speculating for
allay whose objective will be to solicit were :Jlfflcult to cope with. Farm Families
Ladies worked oil in all parts of Florida following
Wednesday at the task of! Red Cross OpensInformation In all residential districts has local Rationing Board this "1 have made a sincere effortto the strike made recently
announced a meeting to line
Beautifying the lawns arounde up week released'" the following\ Information keep Bradford County a respectable -. at Sunniland in Collier
workers foe afternoon
\ Methodist Church. the ]Methodist Tuesday Recreation Center at fort, the benefit of the place to live in and If I Plan ProgramsProblems County. Leases have also I '
feel that
I have
Desk public: you made a nieces
[ Mrs. O. L. Beasley has been Rev. A. E. Lightfoot, head of Ration CalendarProceiwd of the job, I will appreciateyour been taken on large acreages

ih charge of the work that the speaker's bureau will call . Food: help In re-electing me to In connection with in Clay, Baker and other .

las resulted] in the spic and "Something new has been add.ed" his group together early rfaxt Green K, d and M' (Book 4)) the office.." food and feed production have received nearby counties.
look of the grounds week to receive assignments for M'ftrch Although oil rights
tan expire 20. Blue AS serious consideration at on some
ound the Court House and i to the lenghtening list of ser what Is believed will be one of through K8" (Book 4) become meetings of farm families heldrecently of the first groups of lands:
special program vices rendered by the local Red the heaviest speaking schedulesto valid M. L. Johns leased back
he plans a,10 points each In (the Long Bridge and in December
f beautification at the Cross Chapter. drive.mark a local fundraising- for use with tokens; expire Raiford sections Both meetingswere were obtained for lOc an acre

ealth Unit. This time It's an information March 20.a alte n d e d by William V. lessor In the deals now pendingare

Fire Chief R. C. Buford has desk to be manned by the staff Leaders pointed out that with Meat.* and ".t", : .To Be CandidateFor Chester, Farm Security Administration reported to be receiving/ 25c

operated with the "clean up" assistance group of which Mrs. the demands: for its major war Brown V W'and X (Book 3)) supervisor In this area, an acre. The leases provide permission

fort by employing every apare Milton St. Peter Is head, which services Increasing: at an unprecedented expire Feb.iJO. Brown Y and and Miss Grace Phelps, associatein to drill and onn-elghth I

bur this week burning off vacantts. was placed In the Railway Depot rate, the Red Cross< Z (Book 3r expire, March 20. SheriffM. charge of home assistance of the oil, gas and mineral rights.In .

This not only .adds to the when the project got off to a must: look to the people for the Red.AS. BS 1 Ct (Book 4) valid The Long Bridge meeting was addition to the Tide Water

tl'actlveness of the city but satisfying start Wednesday morn- means whereby It may adequatelyserve February 2., -iji* 10 points each, held with Mrs. Ira L. Merritt an Co., name of the early leases were

limlnates a serious fire hazard ins all persons In the Armed for use with tokens: expireMay L. Johns, life long resident hostess at 2 o'clock Tuesday afternoon obtained by Humble Oil Refining

\ well. He plans to continue this The volunteer from that group Forces.To 20. N of Bradford County, announcedthis Feb. 15.Mr. Co., developers of the well at
until lot ta free fulfill this obligation means Pork: Chester reviewed 1 plans that Sunniland.
lorn jogram every accepting responsibility for this that every person in Starke and Spare stamp, No. 3 (Book 4)) week that he would be a had, been. made previously with Among the leases already recorded -

1 Mrs.grass.L. A. Canova, chairman particular project Is Mrs. Georgia vicinity will be asked to assumea good for 5 pts. of all pork cuts, candidate for Sheriff In the May. farmers and the discussion from are ones from W H. Edwards +,

I the Clean Up Campaign, was Vallery\ whose experience with generous share and will require cured or fresh; all\ ausage and primaries the group on poultry; breedingof Jr., for 20,000 acres, B.

krtlcularly enthusiastic In her traveler's aid is broad. She will\ the most thorough coverage canned meat If 109 percent Mr. Johns Is a well-known far tows and cows; vaccinating V, Saxon 035 acres, W. S. Sibley

false of those numerous Indlvllala be assisted by a competent list of all prospects, leader stat pork, February 18 through 20, Aier: and merchant of the New I and. worming hogs; and feed crops 400 acres, B. J Alderman, Jr.,

cooperating BOIh ed. ONLY River section and nerved as pout- was very interfiling and help. 230 acres, J. W and W II. Eddy,
who are of army wives who are scheduled
beautifying Sugar: mauler there for nine years. He I ful. 2,2U acres, T J. Alderman 2-
lelr o 1 eheartedly which by after all, for duty at the desk each day Basketball Sugar stamp No. 30 (Book 4)) was a ,candidate for sheriff bothIn Miss Phelps led the dUcusiilon 089 acres and Thus .... Brown
Ie own is the most Importt from 10 a. m. to 12 noon and good for five pounds until 193ft and 1940, and although on gardening; the planting of soybeans S6O acres
of the all out effort. from 1 p. m. to 3 p m., the Tournament March 31. defeated, announced each time and Egyptian wheat; and Among the leases expected to

phase hours when.a majority of trains Starts Today Cunning Sugar that he would "try it again". sanitation. All present agreed be recorded this week are ones.
( The blooming dog wood the arrive In .Sugar start jYo, 40 that sanitary toilets Hhoukl be
Starke ;\ good for In announcing his candidacy, for large acreages from W. H.
ll I bud the- ''colorful azaleas The Suwanee Conference basketball five poundi of canning this maintained properly I for the Smith, I..
lich Under the new set-up families sugar week, Mr. Johns stated thatIf O. Powell and Foster
add such poignant beauty of Service Men continually ar tournament opens todayat until February 28, 1945.: elected he would carry out the I. health of the family. They were Slii Smith.
I the city should certainly refliid Shoes: asked to reread and follow the
M. in the Trenton Gym
10 A. ,
riving at the station with little responsible duties of thin l officeto
all residents to plant some I or no Idea of how to find ]ridging I II The four topseeded positions In Stamp No. 18 (Book 1)) anti the bent of his ability. Instructions< that came with Inn' Two Cars Stolen
Itverlng shrub now with beauty Airplane tolkt, and to watch for lilscICwidow
or how to contact the soldier order were voted to Starke, Stamp No. 1 (Book 3))
view for future years. valid : spider, since Home t
Bronson Branford and Waldo. indefinitely eoplo Early TuesdayNight
they came to see, will\ be given Express
J Owners of vacant lots are also Immediate assistance and much Pairings and, starting times of Furl OH: Company have already been bitten and.

|gad/ by the Clean Up committo time and effort, previously wasted first round games follow: Period 4 and 5 coupons! ((10 Employes Get seriously hurt as a result. Policeman W. E. Thorn

make, a special effort Burg will be saved. In other words 10 A. :M.-Chlefland vs Haw- gals. ) expire September 30. In the dlllclIsHlon on food 1 and ton reports that things on his
? this campaign to, burn off the information desk will act as thorne. Gasoline) : Safety AwardsDistribution Its relation to the body Miss beat are unusually quiet with the

eh lots. This is especially Im- Intermediary between the local 11 A. M.-WIllIston vs Archer. A-9 coupons now valid. Kxplre < of "No Accident" PhPlps pointed out that each exception of a flurry of auto

Irtant for those consplcious ones Red Cross chapter and the Red 2 P. M.\ -Belle vs Alachua. May 8.Rationing. adult needs one pint of milk thefts early Tuesday morning the entrance to the city and Cross office operated at Camp 3 P. M.\ -Trenton vs. New rules now require cards wus made by the Hallway daily and each child ono quart Thornton finished his roundson
i main streets.If berry. that every car owner Immediatelywrite Express Company this week to daily In addition to one servingof West Call St about 4 o'clock
Blanding, between visitor at* l sol
this is not accomplished dier. ) Pairings and starting times his license number and state three employee at the Starke meat, butter one egg at least anti between then and B o'clock'

thin reasonable of for second round games follow: on all gasoline coupons! In his branch. three or four times weekly, good two thefts and another attemptwas
a length Travelers will be directed to the possession.! servings of green and yellow made .
_ne, It may become necessary USO clubs to the Red Cross 4 P. M.-Branford vs winnerof C. II. Johnson and Edwin Williams vegetables, fruit I or tomatoes, One car, a blue 1037 Ford
11-" the city to do this work and office town, to restaurantsand Chlefland-Hawthorne game. ( were presented this satelyawal'd.
up whole and
grain cereal potato Tudor belonging to Roswell Noe-
large it to the owner, 8 P. M.-Waldo vs winner of Long Bridge ChurchAn each for
property driving a
to rooms, when they are corn- whole wheat bread. gel, was stolen from his home on
Be committee announced yesterAll available. WllllstonArchergame. puny truck for a period of three
winner of Interesting Is Frank Merrltt stated that yellow West Madison street despite the
j 9 P. ;Hi-Starke vs. meeting expected without
years for
y accident
Railway employes are particularly Trenton-Newberry game. at the Long Bridge Chris- which he any corn meal and grits are much fact that It had a flat tire.
residents of Starke are enthusiastic about the new 10 P. It-Bronson vs. winnerof tian Church this Sunday when Williams was responsible Palmer better for tile body, since they The other automobile, a 1935
-ged to place garbage contains regime for. ''they feel that It will Belle-Alachua game. R. B. Gammage, former chief received the other contain! Vitamin A. than white Ford coupe had been purchased
award for
a two record of
at the rear of their lots in alot take a big load off their shoul- Semi-finals will be played Sat- gunner's mate with the U S. safe driving year meal; also that plitln flour or enriched recently by Valrle B. Kldd, operator

that is not vlaable from the ders. They have listened to the urday at 10 A. M.\ and 11 A. It, Navy will tell some of his experiences and whole wheat flour Is of the Starke Taxi Station
lieet.IU problems of countless arrivals at with the finals: at 9:30: P. M. Sat while on Guadalcanal, In view of the fact that various more healthful than self-rUlng for use as a service car, and had

A. Davis acting head of the the station with courtesy and urday night. At 8:30: P. M.! where he was wounded. Everybody government agencies Including flour. Mrs. E. C. Priest strewed not yet been put In driving condition

|reel committee, reports that good humor and have tried to Saturday night the Newberry Is Invited to take part In the the War Production Board the value of carrots In the diet. Mr. Klilrl mild yesterday.It .

rbage collectors have been In- assist in their solution as muchas girls team will meet the Bran- basket dinner which will be servo find the Office of War Mrs Wesley McCord was appointed was parked on the station lot.

ructed to go to the rear of all possible In the past. How- ford girls team. ed aton.. tlon are currently InfOIma-// leader for this group, and The cars hud not been recovered
__ .._
Isldences vital need tn lessen u. '-U ,t tl Th d I
< for gar bag e which ever they are more than happyto the next" meeting will ue u"'i'-i pressThe me ors ay
}ould be placed In a container relinquish the Job to the Red accidents as. a means of saving with MrH. C. C. Butler on Tues thief presumably aim attempted -

ady for collection. Cross, whom they feel is better Brownie Scouts Tour Blanding manpower und intensifying the I day, March 14, at 8 p. m. to get away with the
t equipped to handle it.Layman's war effort, It qan; be readily lIe..nthat Kuiforil Meeting Lapps Bakery truck the same

- In a manner of speaking Farm families In the vicinity night, )Mr, Lappe revealed, for
Jr. Hudnut Speakst '.no ... every accident Is a potential war j of nalford met Thursday of last tin found his car which had a
Rotary ClubDr casualty.The week at the home of Mr. and Mrs dead battery, several blocks away
f ..
Observed At ' William Hudnut. who Is Methodist Church"The I. therefore particularly proud of Charts for farm und home jobswere I parked It the night the other cars

pending the month of February it. ...f. : I the( exemplary records of the men given out for practical suggestions disappeared.
; YI
Starke and at Blanding as Church At Its Best" was '' to whom It awarded "No Accl- as follows: Order baby
amp pastor", was guest speakerthe the central theme of talks given ,.t .. dent" cards thlft week and hopes chicks, bed potato, plant garden, At The

Rotary Club Wednesday by a group of laymen of the ,. '. ''J'', that their example may help to repair screens and privy, health LibraryNO
hd forcefully denounced "insidis Methodist church at an annual :.:.+" '' encourage safe driving practices i dlMcusMlon.s, spring clean up, plant LONG EH FUGITIVE, by

philosophies" which he said observance of Layman's Day heldat . ,', .) among other employes of their corn, treat peanut seed, plant Ann ChJester( U a vital, dra-
"' re getting a strong hold one .r. ::_, !, own and other companies set potatoes, breed HOWl, matic
the church here Sunday morn ; "" ....i... . \ peanuts und camp filing love
American mind. ..i ".. If'.. t.t breed one or more cows, plant story of our times. It Is both
] The first he explained as the ing.Those who Were chosen to discuss "" ..... ". Day Of PrayerTo hay, temporary grazing crops realistic and romantic cross/

lief that the truth can be found various phases of the subject <. .t. (millet), vaccinate and worm section of young American I i
I Be ObservedThe
rough criticism and cold an- were Fred Guy, Judge E. K. . hogs plant soy bean *, plant thought, and of the thoughts
|ysla. The real truth about a : .v. wheat.
of the oldsters
A. Wood. Sanford < too. this day
World will
hon or thing cannot be dls- Perryman Rltch and W. B. Sewell. ,J __ ", !i. Day of Prayer Mr. Chester dressed doing the and generation. The locale Is
vered simply by judging the E. leader In W' be observed, by the Churchwomenof right thing at the right time and a small town of Minnesota ruled -
Smith lay
.tenor. Dr. Hudnut said. He I W. P.of the was i 11 "' ...... ., .. Starke In the Baptist Church ''In the right way for better pro- by old Matt Moore.

ted that we are all prone to charge program. ; ; ,i on Friday, Feb. 25, at 3 p..m.The duction. He pointed out how Tiff WALSH GIRLS by
too Grit leal without fully Mrs. Myrtlce Carpenter president times farmers bad failed to
I many Elizabeth:
: women of all churches, with Janeway. In an absorbing -
Pderstandlng what we are critl- of the Wesley make progress, Just because plans first
novel which
explores -
also the Baptist ladies as hostesses Invite -
Church School,
of the
'Ing. class 3r'.1. were not followed.
everyone to be present. 1 ) and brings Into focus
Another widespread error in made a statement concerning Minn Phelps stressed planting" I the life of middle clans America
Inking. Dr. Hudnut said. Is the redecorating of the Recreation The World Day of Prayer Is enough vegetables for home use, through Its expert characterization I

flief that It Is fun to be badd Center which Is being sponsoredby \. sponsored by the Churchwomen of for canning and drying, so as not : of the sisters Helen, I
{ dull to be good. He ex- that group and plans were an- America to foster intercession for to take any canned l goods off the and Lydia Walsh.
lied Is nounced for a business-work peace and world community. It market also to vegetables on
how just the reverse ; put THE SIGNPOST by E. Arnot
re, stating that for Instance I meeting to be held there Tuesday j has been observed annually In the market She read a newspaper Robertson \la a tender and moving -
of Stark of Colonel Walter E.
Brownie Scouts were guests Starke for some years the
I evening. clipping stating that thereIs t
man who seeks pleasure love story of convalescent
Smith. Commanding officer of Camp Blanding recently when they churches acting: ait host In turn. of cut in a .
[rough steady drinking finally ) a possibility a big RAF and
pilot a
taken tour of the and. + the WAC Detach-' The Rev. A. K.: LIghtfoot and young
>yes to himself the doors to Sullivan AnnouncesCleveland were on a post especially canned foods for civilian use. The I Frenchwoman whom he meets i
..1!, lasting pleasures, such as ment. The photograph was taken in the mesa hall of the WAC his committee have received the importance of edible soy bean' on the boat en route to Ireland -

love of his family business Sullivan, well-known Detachment. Back row Mrs. Tom Love Mrs. W, J. Epperson. Mrs.O. material prepared for the devotional was stressed and members of the where he plans to upend

Iportunlty and the respect of resident of Theressa. announced',! C. Cregor Colonel Smith IX. Elizabeth Branch, commander of service and the inspirational group resolved to plant these. the rest of his sick I leave. :

ends. this week that he will be a can- the WAC Detachment. In the group of Brownie Scouts are Laura I Instructions, and those who Farm families in Bradford There Is much more to It than

[ Dr. Hudnut. who has brought didate for School Board from J. Gregor, Shirley Love Norma Canoes, Jule Bevan. Byrle Jean St. are called upon to help them In County feel that they have a big that, and the Klldooey signpost .

1 ny fine messages to civilian District Two, comprising Starke the votIng andThere" Peter Dorene Bowden, Barbara Williams Jo Ana Williams, Lucille the program In this are effort asked to strength to cooperate part In this war and even though that points the way to 1"'

weU as military groups during precincts of formal South announce I McCrae, Joyce Frledler, Martha Laud rum. Mary Sue Epperson. Mary en world-religion. All are askedto prices for what they produce Dublin may be a symbol of th< ,.
His to falling will
& seem keep they
stay here, will return soon to Ella Turner Barbara Bitch, Mrs, Betty Barrett and Loretta Gregor.The times.
Presbyterian torate at ment will be made at a later assist by being present promptly continue to work for Undo ,
pas trip was a reward for their work In the scrap: drive. at three o'clock. I 8am.
rlnlfleld, in. date.

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( the United States Marines. Char- and Mrs. Lee Crosby, last week. I and daughter of Tullaii '=
; COKING |lies is In the Pacific war zone and Jake Keene of North Carolina I called to the bedside !Or \1,, *"'
I EkUMIithed 1877 L I iTEYWE expi'esses his confidence In an Is visiting his family I erly's mother :Mrs A 8 f

, b, With F. R. early finish of the Japn. Char- Mr. and Mis. Marvin Hazenof rency who .is very in Sluy
: MEMBER lea! has served several hitches Inj> Starke visited relatives here -
': : FLORIIWPRESS 1 ; ASSOCIATION? the Marines and will be remem- Saturday 1711" Is a family -

A\ N JDW.EDrrQRIALAS5OCJAIni' FEEL OUR Mill FANCY 1'RI(ES bered as the brother of the better :Miss Doris Hodge visited rela- ;! War. PI

,?, \1;;";.; a IIICSiK: >'KS BKTTKK: TKKATMKNT I If the prevailing price being offered many known battles Tommy In both the having prize ring had tives In High Springs last week. .Ii: the payroll saving laD'I,
: family
plan which
1 Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Markeyand
I :4,,; :, E. L Matthew ___ __n_______ Editor and Owner This column admits that It is for the first few! crates of It would be a real pleasure to Master Allen Lewis were In are It out yourself.mrenta&
strawberries Is any Indication of see Charles hit a Jap on the chin
t":T" HtWSCIMPTION K\TK somewhat critical in discussing with his lethal right hand which Tampa on business Wednesday.
,f season returns then those with an r iv r 'IIU'I'IT coinr, **
1 Mrs Marvin Lee of Fla., lilt ,,;
; Lloyd
,, Yearly, $1.73; Six Month. $1.00 events, sayings and happenings, trembled like an aspen and descended t:o i %:T Y. FLUIUU1, \ "
acre or more of berries will get was an overnight guest of Miss tl'.IIV. tllll
,tt, but today's criticism, we feel, Is I well this year. Fiiday saw thirteen -I upon an opponent's chin Doris Hodge.Pvt. Mae Claire McN'amara tit ,
1'lIbU"hNl Uerkly on Fridays and Entered l as Second Clan Matter like a bolt from the skies and tiff VH. Herbert Kilwum"? "I'lal'
l1 putt due. It has to do with the I 36 pint crates of berries' Merle Gano of Camp Blan- + 'ar'
Defendant j'lV
Cane ,
: at the Post Office at Starke Florltta.I' usually delivered the receiver Into "
most blatant inconsistency! ever bring 5c per pint with Saturday'soffering ding was a week-end guest of hla
the arms of Morpheus. Charles'
ii' being 28 at the IrLA\:
: found to exist In Lawte. several crates i address Is available at our 'office. parents. BTAT13 OF FLORIDA l!.' ,
An Invasion Necessity times recently the mall sack has same price. Nine bucks per crate i Mr. and Mrs T. W. Markey AddreKn Edward In Bruno. whose I qitpa: Heck
$ been! dropped by the fast train Is mighty sweet music to lucky Mr. and Mrs. Earle Green and ISprlnlll'C1eld:Avenue% J-IoMPltallt, ) Hu,.
r Charles E. Wilson executive vice chairman of the War and farsighted: What IrVIIIII"I..r r.
passing through Lawtey at bet growers. a Mrs. Rosa Plnholster were 'n Jersey; and who. Post Ufhee
Production Board made a startling disclosure the other day. ter than a mile a minute. This pity that the parent and pioneer BROOKER Gainesville Friday. 113 drese West. III:'IIOt"% .Mrs Street, Helen New' .: ra 4",

train catches, from a hook, the industry of the) county should By Minnie Lou Ilazen Mrs. J. W. Thomas attended a Y,, and % Mr. Helen K: York"1'al, '
He said the amount of material necessary to supply our invasion I Sak'e ;
; ever reach this all-time how Department: lit or"- ,14111
School Association meeting -
i mall bag and at the same time SCOUT) SUPPER Sunday New Yor N. Y. tun t
,y forces in western Europe will be so tremendous thatit It !is the Indictment
; age. greatest .
in Starke Wednesday.Mr You are required tn ,..
throws off any mall it )has for I The Girl Scouts will sponsor a > im' *
will dwarf the quantity of supplies shipped for the offen- Lawtey. Monday of last week of the failure of the "powers thatbe" chicken supper Saturday afternoon and Mrs., R. E. Hazen and March named Court 13th. and I 44. n",, ,.1."',.,

sives in North Africa and Italy. this occurred again with result I who exercise control of the and night. Feb. 26, near Col- children! visited Mr. and Mrs. plaintiff ...fkf dlvone n ,,'dr"",

ant loss of letters ami money. manpower problem. In shipyards, ''I son's store. Plates will be 40c. Roy Fisher at Worthington Order County. In Telegraph next four shall weekly piihlk! II',
What does this mean to the pulpwood cutters of the at Blanding, the Naval Air Base, 'i.a*
Every effort was made by the Pie I 5 and lOc coffee 5c. Springs Sunday. Witness my hand and off. ,, ,.1.,,
as well as other! war Industries, : Miss Frances T II i hman of at Starke. Florida this Ft' ,,
Nation, to the farm woodland owners, to the Victory Pulpwood postmistress and her assistant" to g 11th., 1944.OFFTCFAI.. '
Committees in 1250 communities? recover! every penny, of the It Is reasonable to believe one SCOUT PARTY Jacksonville, was a week-end ( SEAT) A .1 I, Th"".?
and letter that was could find thousands of men who Mrs. Cecil Moore, our Girl guest of relatives here. As Clerk of said Court

,, ; It means that pulpwood production must attain its peak scattered money over every a mile of track would make better farmers and Scout lea d e r, entertained the Mr. and Mrs. Wilson Conerly I I Walter Fla. Atty C. Hardenty for Plf. Duyi.2-iv.),",.i?y. .{,

w' 44.4 3',' //n these first few months of 1914 if the Army and Navy is ,north of Lawtey. Numerous peo- farm laborers titan workers In Scouts with a valentine party t
their present! capacity. Certainlya I Wednesday at the -
in the hunt for treasure night com-
ple joined -
General Eisenhower with the he needs
to provide supplies
farmer who has
formerly produced I munity center. There valentines
were -
and much of it was found.
1'I'' to crack the Nazi fortress and liberate the enslaved French, We do not know how much was from two to five acres of for each one and Indoor From where I sit.

Belgians, Dutch, Poles, Czechs, and other conquered peciples. lost, It any, but we do know that berries would be extremely fool- and outdoor games were played .
ish to have grown that large a Later In the evening refreshments : : 1 1bY
th*! blame for this Inexcusableerror 1I
Military experts say that the success of the invasion In the handling of the mall crop this season. There wouldbe of sandwiches and hot chocolatewere I

N t will depend upon our ability to pour into western Europe lies with the postofflca department no help to gather the perish- served. Joe Marsh :

adequate armed forces fully equipped and then to keep themspy' under which all small town able fruit and the answer! will be Mr. and Mrs Abe Crosby and I
found In the where ,
poatofflces operate. Many post- shipyards a children. Mr. and Mrs Ronald I,
with ammunition food medical
fully supplied supplies.
dollar to a dollar fifty per hour
offices In towns like Lawtey are Crosby and daughter of Jackson I
Only the Home Front can furnish these supplies. And Instructed to dispatch their mall has drained the farm labor pool ville were Sunday guests of Mrs. J
rtl and will continue to do so! until Bob Newcomb was reading me d Bat the things they dream ot/
% pulpwood producers are a vital part of this Home Front. and money by way of the catchas Abe Crosby's parents, Mr. and
some system Is evolved that will letter the other day-from hlaon coming back to. are the littli
f ,,4 Without their aid, the work of many other war workers may catch,, can system with disastrous place at the disposal of the far- Mrs. Lee Gainey. in the Marines. Dick New- simple pleasures that men

go for naught. For these supplies will be transported over- well be results seen occasionally At the same as timea can mer sufficient labor to produce. I Yeoman Green W.Cove C. Crosby returnedto comb's somewhere In the South home to all of no-like a home
This column Springs Sunday Pacific thousands of miles from cooked meal of beer
neither believes In : a glass wttt
seaS encased in paper and paper-board made of pulpwood. train with five or ten dollars after 15 with his
; or suggests peacetime regimentation a day furlough home, yet he writes to ask: friends a game of horseshoes .

Many of the supplies themselves, such as supply parachutes, worth to a complete of day-old stop chicks to deposit; will come this but certainly during a war parents. "Tell me, Dad, do they still the backyard.

rI hospital waddings, and even explosives, will be made of "'valuable' cargo Into the hands of those in civil life should be In- i The following young people en- pitch horseshoes back of Hay's? From where I Bit, one of outmost
ventored for service at home joyed a chicken plleau at Sun Is sacred
pulpwood.The the mall carriers, and chicks cer- as Johnny keeping my tools Inchap. obligations here at
completely as the military for Shine Lake Friday night: Seaman .? Are the trout Btlll biting; home is to keep those little ,
1 Nation's army of pulpwood producers surely will tainly are shipped as rises parcel post. armed service. and Mrs. Morgan TUghman In Seward's Creek?" things exactly as they Yemen
When small town against
not fail their Government the in service. Corporal and Mrs Hershel Lay- ber them to
; nor boys such c crimination It Is considered REVIVAL AT BAPTIST Makes you realize what the keep intact UK
l Pulpwood will do its part in making the invasion a "hick town Jealousy", but CHURCH field, Mr. and :Mrs. Eldon Hardy, men over there are thinking world they're fighting for.
Mr. and Mrs.
victorious drive to Berlin. would It not be better! to either The Lawtey! Baptist Church will J. W. Thomas Mr. about. Sure, they're fighting for tt)
and Mrs. J. W. KIrby, Mr. and
Democracy and Freedom and
stop all mall trains at each station begin a serlesof revival meetingsat 'Mrs Jake Keene, Mr. and Mrs. Better World Tomorrow. a 80e w..

or to send mall by local the church here Sunday, Earnest Edwards and Miss Fran-
train. None of our business? We March 5, and services will be conducted ces Tllghman of Jacksonville
f UNCLE disagree with you. Everyone pays by the Rev. Edw. E.
L+ taxes to support the P. O. department Swearingen of the South Jack Mrs. Jo Ray Harris and children No. 76 of a Series Copyright, 1011, Brewing Industry Fouadme

't'F ?: JOE'S which has never been a sonville :Missionary B a p tilt mother of Ft. Mrs.Myers Lola are Waters visitingher
and we
moneymaker anyway Church. Services will begin each
"' think the trains make too dern evening at 7:45: and the public Is Petty officer Ivan Hazen of the

.1 ; .T-A-; W much noise going through!!; here cordially Invited to attend Navy and Mis. Hazen of Jackson- CARRY FUNDS
doing 60. This brings on further ville spent the week-end here
thought on the subject of Incon- Mr. and Mrs. Joe Shuford of with G, W. Hazen and other

4' A_ -y91 By J. L. IIAKKEXL. sl"t"ncy. Lawtey is In the same Jacksonville were In Lawtey Fri- relatives. W-- o.o !f.ilazt

County as Starke. Starke has day visiting Mr. and Mrs. J. S, j. "If 1

., the same elaborate system of Shuford, Joe Is connected with Mr. and Mrs. Strayhorn and lulitlttt4iylvss( O! Igpaalle '
r. ,t''' Dy thla time I reckon all my quite up to what we need as a crossing signals you find in Law- Foremost Dairies, Inc. daughters, Nancy Jo and May ;

readers have found out that it's soldier but since your name Is tey yet trains pass through Law- Clyde Starling( son of Mr. and Lynn Wildwood visited relatives t Zf I ,, 1rii

' awful hard for me to tell the Priest I'm going to pass you Into toy doing from. 30 to 80 miles per Mrs.. Buddie Sfarllng Is spending I here Saturday. 1'"'2:4'1S1E1 '"

if i truth especially when a lie would the Army and If you can't do hour with their whistles wide several days here with his parents Seaman Earnest Fowler of ,_.
sound much better. I Just en n't I anything else you can teach the open. Just because Staike has! Clyde has been connected Maryland was called to the bed- ---- '-'--

'r, seem to help It, but that doejn't: otharn how to pray, and you can Camp Blamllng or rather claimsIt with a government project In side of his father who Is very ill.

4 keep me from admiring a man do a lot of praying for thtJ rest because of the fact that it Is Avon Park for several years. Miss Beatrice Casselli returned

who tells the truth on any and all otS while we're fighting the the county seat, the politician Sgt. Lloyd Wilkerson son of home Sunday after visiting relatives Loose cash Can be a dangerous traveling companion, and under
11 occasions. Nazis and Jups. live there and Starke got the Mr. and Mrs. E L. WHkeraon Is in Alachua for several present conditions: protection of fund is a problem.The safe, sure

I Like the Georgia cracker who I'rlest swallows his cud of I paved road that was that. plannedto home on )leave. Lloyd Is stationed days way is to change your cash into American Express Travelers
A 4 was filling out his draft board chewing tobacco with never a bo built from Lawtey to Blan- at Miami. I Mr. and Mrs. H. S Hazen and Cheques before'YOIIt4'''. They are the size of a dollar bill and may

questionnaire and when he came frown and nays: "I'm perfectly ding is no reason why the residents Hugh Rahn former! Lawtey 'daughters Helen Jane and be spent in any town-your signature is all that is required. If

b r to the place where you name the willing to serve where you think of this town should. be sub- merchant ,was a visitor I i here frances Marian of Center Hill lost, stolen or American destroyed uncountersigned, your loss is. refunded
promptly by
three occupation you're bent fit I'm best qualified but I'm afraid jected to the screeching of whistIPS Thursday. Hugh has lived In visited. relatives here Sunday. American Express Travelers Express.Cheques a're blue-and issued

',a ted for he wrote: 1. Hating: Mom's you're about to mie-classify me. : and constantly on the lookout Jacksonville for several months, I G. W. Hazen returned home with in denominations of$1O, $20, $50 and $IOO The cost is are ifotlr(7J

cooking. 2. Chewing plug tobacco, Why don't you put me at something : for speeding trains. You do not Is married and the father of a them for several days' visit. 3. Dodging this draft. I know how to do and I find this condition existing In fine boy, Hugh, Jr. Hugh enters Mr. and Mis. Sanford RItch f Banks, Railway Lxpress: offices and at many camps and bases.
However, a certain Mr. Silent can teach otheis! to do?" gtaike., Why should It exist in the Army this week. and son Gene of Starke, were
I know has him aklnt a city "I'm perfectly agreeable" the other small towns? With trains Mrs. Mae B. Wells was shop- week-end guests of relatives here.

block when It comes to downright officer said. "Which do you think operating practically every ten ping In Jacksonville Tuesday :Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Nichols AMERICAN EXPRESS

a' truthfulness.. Not long ago you're best qualified for-.fighting minutes over the truck through A letter! In this morning from and daughters of Jacksonville ,

sl he went up before the InductionBoard or praying?" Lawtey why can they not slow Gunnery Sgt. Charles F. Beck of visited! Mrs. Nlchol's parents Mr. .TRAVELERS CHEQUES Ilt ltr

at lilandlng and when he Without blinking an eye, Priest down as they do In Starke? Whydo -

; k reached the officer! who puts the rlplled'pll.: my parents lived they have to go to sleep on
fr v final O. K. on a fellow, hilt qualification for a while In Baker County, so the whistles? There! Is no earthly
card showed that he win I often went Into Macclenny on I excuse for these above Inconsist Have "Coke"
'I under weight, under fed eyes a Saturday evening If there's encies. The writer of this column a = Muchas felicidades

i little weak, and just about everything anything that I know how to do endured It for 17 years and (MANY CONGRATULATIONS

;dC; l wrong.w1ln him from tooth- myself and should be qualified If the people of Lawtey wish to )
ache to (gout to teach others. It In the correct continue then! we will not be satisfied -

The officer said! ""Priest this and most efficient way to re- I with their complaisant attitude -

card allows that you\ are not trlaU"! I We will continue to harpon
----- it until we interest enough
citizens here insist that this
I no'rlchl' 'I'n t'tisnuTou'1 : I to ,
I All |persons huvliiu clrilm or dangerous practice be stopped. In
/' ilKiimmlN, nKI1II1..1 t h. entitle of
Kli i'vtive !oJ.! C'.."ova. UtrttUNiMl are spite of the excellent crossing
\ FARM F WORKCREATES hereby notified end re' aired 1'1flh. systems Installed at each crossing:
r their rlulnm In the office' of of
,r the In Lawtey, with the exception
County JiKlxv nt I ir ml for.Ifountv
'1 t Florida, In the f'ntt rIhuuee the extreme north and south
I at' Htnrkv, Plot'Ida. within rlwhtrriilviKlitr crossings there have been a num-
ntnnhit from the itnt of
tha fled publication\ I of his notlco, ber of deaths In recent years!
nr the mini will l liecnin void BI-- Several accidents involving automobiles -
4' CITY I J JOBS rnr z.lnlf to law ThiN January SO.TAfr. and trains might have

i'! II R. PA NOVA, been averted! or at least not have
UUMCR: ('. KIDD. been completely fatal had the
Jiro :e, An l.xorulor and I r.x putrU-pn of the peed through this town been
Ljmt. Will and! Tfxtamrnt, nf "'lor11"
,p "- -" 6,, t'nnuvu/ ilecmncd.4C . reduced It Is reasonable' to believe -
a 1.4 J-25. that when a car stalls ona
I track, or drives! directly In the

fI't s path of an onrushing train that
t the ungodly whistling of the engine -

will paralyee):\ any driver. We
see the existing excessive! speed :

1, through; small towns as potential
murder and It Is our sincere hope

1 : IN e that the people! of this, and other
;. towns will see! to It that It Is t1
.. stopped ; /j

Every In farm work
1 creates J Jobs for two' others, NEW .\1'UTIEo."TJiThe : :. \ '1 %, --_
I such as grocery cl :. tl. stenographers 'fU 'RPetc. GrltCl.! 'hotel Is getting anew

barbers, salesmen, 'Jfj' 1l face as well as Interior renovation -
Thus 50,000 on farms, A 1 p h o n s e 'Scarface' '4
I which Is easily feasible, Grlffls proprietor of the famous
I means job for another 10O- ,OAD' or a to win
000. This man has PROVEN RED I hostelry!) will shortly have two . way people m Venezuela L
he knows how to CREATE nice, new, clean snug screened! !

WORK. apartments for rent. The rooms Your Yank oil-driller in South' America has i
I Ii his
will consist of two room apartments own way of getting along.

I ELECT ERNEST R. with bedroom i and kitchenette have a "Coke", he says to the natives, and be strikes the spark of J J %
friendship in
? the latter being air cond-! j

GRAHAMTh tioned. The work In being> done Caracas as In Cleveland. It says, Tm,our pal in any language. In a world-wide T' !
by Mesaeis A. M. 'Bugger Lewis
I and Randall Brown It will be way, Coca-Cola stands for the pause that r/r. A, ,-faas become the genial

A -FLORIDA More Sticks per Pack an addition to the town and cer- gesture of friendliness. So of
f FITS ANT MECHANICAL: PENCil tainly a help to the rooming course, Coca-Cola ought to be in your icebox at

situation here. home, too.
r ''j g GOVERNOR Bradford "Cokeys:CocaCokIt's .
Mrs J. L. Hairell Sr.. left Fri- UND" AU'HOII"' <>. 'HS COCA.COIA Ie'. natural for popular nua>e
.' hid rolltlul Me. Telegraph j day for Moultrie Ga., where she STARKE IV to acquire friendly abbrevia
t will spend several weeks with BOTTLING CO. tions. That's why you neatCocaiCoU
r" 128 Call St. relatives. e called: "Coke".

o IU4 n..C-C Co.PAGF .

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Merry Beth Knight it,...wit.You Heal at HtaikH, Klnrlda/ thin K.>billuly iv' ciitfi IT ('(i1 n'r. nil"tJvutn r
I 1HHIGH 9th Grade are rerjiilred to Appenr onMnr.h 4th. IU44 401''MTV. Fl. >llllll IV 111Y4 -
SCHOOL NEWS 'th., 11144. In the "b..\.- A. J. T1IOMAH 'I '
Joyce Moore Harvene Watterson. named Court and, <<..u.... \vhrnlnplnlntitr AH t'I li tk of sold l \'.."rl.I"I.'I"I'IAI KHV.illinni.
...*i-kH illvoif*. HrucirmxiCounty "I A"I \\' ( II Hli-hnrdnon, Plaintiff.
Telegraph shall imhllxli( Ki'K-ht, &. KnlKht: Stark' Florida is Klva: HichiiKlxon, (>i-r>'lant.
8th Grade thin Under In. .next four weekly; Ally for. 1-lf. a-ll; 4t 3-.I:! I'.."' N... 2914.4iFt1)4H i
STAFF LET'S COOPEKATE June Bell, Carolyn Colaon El- I my hand and offU'lnl', iv, (.111111'1' t'in for mii>..01111 ; 1 APPKAM I tv
EdItor-In-Chlef Susie WITH THE CITY mina Llndsey, Audrey Prevatt real nt ,.....rk". Florida, this hVbluiuy ..1 Yrl. F9.IIIl/he1 Iv (11"- KTATM SeesitGreetings Ziui 1944.UF'FI'IAi. Kill.: 1I'h.lo..n. whose re>ldenre Is. 117
Freddie Wlmberly IN:: CLEAN-UP DKIVKAs Earl Anthony Billy Smith, Phil 1 ( i. KK\I..) A. J. Thomii .1. I':. ""....,.... l'biinllfrs.. Maud. South' 7th Street Went Salt Luke
Co-Editor Thorn Ona I Edith .4a. Clrrk tif 'said| t'nurt. ",,"H"'" .1', tare No. 211 M. Cltv, tMah.
Sewell we all know Mayor Darby lip Demorest I K. K. I'vtryimtii' Sturkv, Klnrldii. IHIHOIt: OK( Pl'PI.,10.\TION You are required to appear onM..r..h
Virginia salutations and etcetera has asked that each of us Manning, Barbara: Jean Mayhugh, I Ally, for, rif. 8-4 4t 2-J5 AND SO'I'I'I0: Al'l'KAH 6Ih., 1D44. In the above
Senior Biographies coop Jean STATE OK Kl.dHltlA. to Maud' named Court and caner, wherein
Roberta Whitfield Anyway, here I Is again erate in a clean up drive that Is Blanche Nazworth. ette l\ ('IIH" IT 1'4)111'. lilt SlPuhll>> ) 1'1"'h"' ....) rH M Ideltce IN t'M- plaintiff seeks divorce' and support'
-Ills Hazen, with all the campus chatter. Priest, Frances Skipper. c'o' \T'. 1.011111'\| ltllt' >- known of ChildBradford County Teleliraph .-
being formed for the of
News .___ Marjorie Davis purpose CKIIY.ICnillle You arc ren'ilred to Appear i,n shall rul'llnh' this. Order In
_____________ Darby Peek With the jumbled lyrics of the 'beautifying our little town. Due 7tl Grade ] p. Diiryep: 1'lnlntlff, VMOvorim ; :Minch\ 61 h., ID44 III. the above ,next four weekly ipHuesWltne .
irts song "Malrzy Doats" or "CowzyGrass" to the fact that we, the studentsof Bertren Curry.. Van Priest. < Duryve, IVfvmliint., Can; named" Court ..nil CHiiHe. uherclnpllllntlff : ..B mv hand and official
Edgar Wilkinson No. SHOO.OUHKH. neek d Iv....-... Hludfold soul I at Ktsrke' "Florida 'this Fi'biiiaiy -
dial Features __ Lola Blecha whatever It is, still ring. B. H. S., have decided to set Stuart Vandtvleie' Madge Brown- OK IM'IUJCATION County TeleKraph' shall pnbllHhthlH 2nd 1U44
Ing In my ears, I want to tell you aside a month in order that we lee Joan Carpenter Leila Drlg- AND I J\ OTI"'.: TO Afl'KAU Outer III n..xl four weekly. I A. J. Thomas. ,
try Jo Caldwell, Jimmy Davis, STAT OKKIAIUIIM to: Heiirit iMKtieH.Wllneiis.. As Clelk. of said Court.OKKICIAI.
Faxon Phyllis Martin what happened to Little Willie might do our part in cleaning up kell Vivian D1 Rae, Doris Mon- CInirype where rrnlilciu-B In 105 my hand and official\ ( "SKAf., )
othy tother day In Agriculture class i within the walls of our school. crlef. Nancy Ana Whitney, Janet 13th Street, llcilioken.. New Jempy.Von ( Kent ..t staik.. Florida, 'this Februarv i Knluht A Knight Hlarke. Klurtda I ,
Melverna I HIV rtniulred 1 to appear on Sn,l I'M i Al t (ye. fur Plf. 3-4 41 SU5MirtfM
mbly Martha Lee Martin, Seems as though all were accounted There are so many things that Anderson June Caldwell, Patsy Murrh\ 13th.. 1944 In the above U'KKICIAI.. SKAI.) .\.J. ThonmAn I

Stringfellow for but one boy and the I can be done to improve the appearance Dew, Danetia Jor dan Nancy immfil Court unit C"UH.. herein 1 Clerk of "ail! Court.H. . I TO "pp..attTIII
Margaret plaintiff Hei-kK illvnrre ami I'llntoily K Perrvman, Stnrke, Florida.Ally .
i '' teacher. Well, somehow the door i of the buildings If we Lightfoot, Virginia. Mllllgan, Audrey of t'hlld I tlt'RHI", l Onunty Tl..- for. 1'ir S-4 41 2-.'.. I STATE OK FLORIDA TO I.EO
got locked (Ahem) and at the i would only stop and take the Moore, Isabella Parker Peggy MfHith shall pnlillMh thin Oiiler In IIAI.J.IIOOK:
neit four weekly I iMHiien.Wltncxn . I'llll "'1' I'III III'. IIII4IIcoirt .'(UIII'' You ale notlflnl that Ivn (Cohen
Editorial rattle and knock on the door !' trouble to look about us. Wiggins. my hand nnit. .efh'IAI l l 11'1 KI.OIUII i\ ( IIN4 and II,'rnorl Cohen have. filed their.
Willie jumps up expectln'( the I seat Ht SI'Hike, 1'MorUlrt, thin Kebilinrv I.IIV.Klhel: nwiirn petition for the adoption of
We are proud to say that U 4th.. 11144.oKKIril 1 Hell, Plaintiff. ,.... llrl-lllllll, I..... Merrll ll.tlbrnok a minor. In
Fenior exemptions depend on tardy boy and fumbles with the building has already taken an interest 9P NewsOur ( "'N.".) A. J. Thomas Hell 1)rf" Ilhilr., ('n..t' No. |'tOltllKII lhe Clriiilt ,'oiirt of 'liiiulfnrd"
condjct of the class for the lock yelling to the outside "justa I .\.. Clerk of sold| | Ciiurt.Wllllnm OK IM'Pl.ltMTION: (C'"IV. KloriflH. Ctiiini'i-rv... ,CaneN'o
of the Never In this project and is in I n. :M..IUHII.' Jni-konnvlllo' I I j NM .NOTICK( TO AITKAH 3TtO!' atd V<'MI arc ifxnniandedto '
baindsr year. minute you poor lost .oul. the lead. Many of the girls have section voted this week to Florida Ally for 1'lf! 2-11 4t 3-3 I STATE OF .'LOItlll.1I"'m". ,, be and appeal. In Mini '..mi I and
has the conduct of this Willie raven March. 4. '!' and
ire The door Is unlocked and washed and waxed the floors purchase a $25.00 bond for the I Hell u hone .Nldence In t'nkllowtl. on I'144 torhmv

4 been less becoming. If we plunges forth with a big "Boo"lright done a bit of raking about their school with money from our t\/ "IIH'.I'r\T\. Kl.OICIIttl 1.n11t't111>> 1'\1' M1KOIIUT llKlltii \>- i I :.March, You me.Kth.,required 1044.: h to) the appear' 'nboM-I on i, should caiiMe not be why irranted mild, liinilford petition,

back on our class record we in :Mr. Smith's face who building and have been So far has ('1.:11\-: named. Court and ....01..... wherein County Telegraph ,IN denlirnnted. ASlhi
thoughtful treasury. our room hitcher Pitmen' Plaintiff. plaintiff. treks dlvor.c and :Maiden'Name > nrnHpnper In which thin notice !
that Juniors teach the cia .
find as we had to
were come !:'" In picking up paper and bottles sold $:500 cash value In bonds v... Warren llivnnt" Mnntettt, I'efemlMtit. roe(lnrrd." I llrntlfiird County shall lie duly publlnhiMlWltnxss .
fl I thought of and, as a class Strange things do go on around not only In the classroomsbut : during this drive. Cas. Nn. 2921.OIIOCIl Ti-lcK'-aph shall, ,piilillHh thin Older, my hand. and the ..enl. (
DP PI'HI.N'ATION of sold Olriult Court at Starkit.Ittndford .
next four veeklv I issues ?
peratlve. Duringthe first of BHS though. on the grounds. Keeping We would like to announce loo, AM NOTICK: TO: AI'PKMlHTATK I I I II" \Vltnmn III; hnnil and: "relc'I/l1) (*,..linty Klorlda. thin Jan-
school year that cooperative Robin and Mary Jo went to the thla mind let's I OK KI-tmiKA to; WarrenIltytint HI-HI at Hturke. Klorlda.. thin Ket UHiy 28th. 1044
In see what the that we are sponsoring a show whose renlilenrtfU A. J. THOMAS: r
evident Harirnnt, "AI'2n"., UI44IOKKICIAI. .
was an ex- barber last week and if they had
lit rest of us can do about this situation at the Ritz on Tuesday, Mar. 14th .r tf "H. liai-e % Fleet! Pout Of- siir.l: A.I Tlwniaes clerk of "al.1'I'ull Court" ,
ple in point being the success had a fraction of an inch more wellas ft. ; Frsncir'o. fnllfiirnla.Yon : I \ Clerk of caId\ Court Knluht &: KnlKht. Ally foi, PelltlonerH -
he Homecoming Reception. taken off of their hair, they i so Mayor Darby as "The Lost Angel" (Thanks to nr .renulr tn appear nnJlnrch 1:. K Ivrrviiuin" Sim I ke, Klorldn. I OFFICIAL. HKAI.: ) i
| the rest of the citizens of : lath 1044, In the nliiivnnnmtMl
Mrs. Grady). Don't forget to I Ally. for IMf 8-4 41 :S-25 1-4 4t 2.25
\s Seniors we should set the would have looked like Ingrid Contt and cause. herein'
Starke might say that B.H.Scer- see this show nor to buy .
your plaintiff Keeks illvort-K. mlfoi-il
mple for the rest of the school Bergman. Nice for summer,
tainly did its part. tickets from members of our 9th County Telefrraph nhnll pnlillxh.
[follow by acting like adults. though. -M. D. thin Order In next four weekly In- WE CAN USE MORE PULPWOOD
grade. .
example we have set so far Was awfully sorry to hear Mrs. new.WltneK
Holtzendorf my hand and, official
bid not be fit for the school to Foster Shi Smith is in the Ala- seal at ,..Iork... Florida thin February
kiw.' If indlvl dual Seniors chua Hospital. She'll be home Senior Biographies l'epOI.ter.5th Nth., 1944.(41FFl'lAl CONTAINER CORPORATION OF AMERICAFERNANPINA.
MEAN) A. J. Thomas.As .
bid more highly regard their soon, so I hear. Clerk of said ("narl.T. FLA.
mates they would not in- Mrs. Evans was back in school PHYLLIS MARTIN Grade News Frank Lundrum, Storks, Kin.
Ally for Plf. S-ll 4t :3-3
Phyllis Esther Martin was born
fence teachers after to Penn .
their her
against the Monday trip _. _ .. _ .. ,_
July 22 1926, In Minneapolis --' WI "- ni
for Class as a whole. Can it' sylvania. Mrs. Gregory did a Valentine's Day brought a happy IN 4-iiifi IT coi it r, mii>!'(lilt) -
Minn. She lived there ten I'DIT1.. 1.0'11"1| l> III % %.
that( some members of the very good job of substituting In years : time to the fifth grade. Mrs. t'KH: 1'.
before moving to Iowa, where Ruth : Plaintiff "... James Service Careful Drivers
fcs have no Interest 'Jn exemp- there for her too'Distinguished Sewell appointed a committee to McCarthy Prompt :
she lived a year before Doming H. McCarthy, Insentient. Case No.OK .
jis because of their own low Service Crossesgo to Florida In 1937. She started make the valentine box. The 2891.onnl.n Pt''ATIOX i I
rages? to the following: boys, Including -
school at BHS in the seventh committee was Helen Whltfleld AND I NOTICK: TO APPKAItHTATK
-Editor. Mr. Smith, who dragged the OK' PI.OKIDA to: James I Starke Taxi Service
grade with Mm. Demorest as her Caldwell and Kenneth
bags of rotten potatoes from the Peggy R. :McCarthy\ whose rexldence I In
home teacher. % Dalo. T. LhlB. RID Oliver llulldImr -
halls to the yard Monday. Thoseto Johns. The box was very pretty. rittHbuiir. 1'ontiNVlvanlH. t 4

FIRING ADDRESS receive the decoration are: Her dislikes are not very numerous We had a committee for bringing Von era reijnlrefl' to appear onManh
: lath.' 11)44.) In tho abovenamed Phone
fEN BY IR HUDNUT Mack Futch, Bobby McRae and consisting mainly of washing refreshments. The committee was Court" nod cause, , wherein

[ BUS ASSEMBLY, Turner. Wayne Sargent, and Lyle dishes while her likes are plaintiff seeks ii Ivn..eo. Hradfoid '
Joe Lazenby Ralph Bryan, Mar- Comity Teleitraph Hhnll publish thin
Anderson. Lyle slips and fallson flowers Dottle Faxon, blondes Order, In next four weekly iBmieBWMneHM J
he first assembly of the seller a sack before they are and "anything sweet or sour". thaa Henry and, Edna Waters my hand. and I official Day: Night

opened Thursday morning through. Graceful Lyle! The '' Her favorite colors ate brown, Helen Whltfield. seal at 01 h.Slnrke., 1944. Klorliln, this February i

ruary 17, by Rev. Charles H. ma from the :i'ppuds": had aro'I''I' blue and green. The fifth grade is cooperating A, J. THOMAS' .. -
As Clerk nf naltl Court.OFFICIAL .
\ who In of the
n. was charge
with B In to keep
fumed the building nicely For her immediate future, she Building trying ( KKAI.

tlona I. the week-end. Ole Susie plans to graduate and then probably our school yard clean. Mm. Dem KnlKht lit KnlKht, "Ktarke.' Florida

|ev. Allen Introduced the guest the Japs had attacked using poison -] work In an office. orest came In Thursday afternoonand Atlytf, for I'lf. 2-11 4t 3-3

ker, Dr. Hudnut of Spring- gas! I told us about the plan. She IN C'III("11'1' ('01 HT, lilt tllPlklllt DRY CLEANING & TAILORINGQuick

is. Ill., who Is Camp Blandlng's I saw Delores C.'s boyfriend i VIRGINIA PADGKTT said that Miss. Herlong's class <''<>! >'r Y, KI.IMIIDAI>> I* 1111V1:111" -

Ian chaplain for this month. gt. Philips from Kansas, visitingher I Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Padgettwere suggested that each teacher who Maxine,C : .Scott Plaintiff/ vs. Miles Service High Quality 'Work

i>r. Hudnut's first point was last week. She is all 'smiles presented with a little red- was on duty her class was to I'2849.I Hi-ott Jr. Defoiidunl, Cans No.

ernlng the fact that mostg now. Lora C.'s true-love, Andy, haired, brown-eyed daughter on see that nobody threw trash on ORDER: OK PI'HUIfATION(

people have the wrongt Is now stationed In the Air Cadetsat September 15, 1926, In Brooker, the school ground. If anybody In AND NOTION OK FI.OHIUA TO APPKAIIHTATH to: Miles: NEW METHOD CLEANERS

| of view about good and Gainesville where she visited whom they later named Virginia our building was Been throwing B. ?'
that they think that beingIs him over the weekend.I Louvlnia Virginia has lived'' in paper on the ground the person Unknown You are required, to appear on Air and Mrs. E. O. Edwards, Proprietors

dull that all the fun Is In sho' wish my lover. Harry, Brooker all of her life, where she who saw the child throwing trash !Match Hill, 1K44 In the .abovenamed

bad. "This is just the re- would come see 'me but he's over graduated( from the ninth grade on the school ground was to be plaintiff, Court neeks and...Ivo.I'unno.'.... liradfoid wherein. PHONE 135 315 TEMPLE AVE.

of the right ; theory that yonder in the Kaleutlan Ealands aa salutatorian of the clans. reported to the teachers" **i.unty Telerrpph shall publish
: Duncan. this. oriler In next four weekly Issue STARKE, FLORIDA
gh being bad la fun for 'per- !' so don't guess he will. Virginia likes pretty red hair- Kasper .*. t

a little while, It soon bets Did my eyes pop when I tooka which Is very unusual for a per Our first spring wild flowers I Wllnens irv timid and official

uninteresting. The Aven- gander at Dot (<'.sparkler, son having red hair-reading and were brought In this week by

luf Evil are all blind alleyshe from JImmie! Whee, It sure is a fishing. She doesn't particularly Kenneth Johns who brought wild -. ..

who takes 'Evil, be thou beauty. enjoy being around "stuck-up Easter lilies and })elma McCuI- .. t. ..
good' as his guide Is in for There was a swell crowd at people. lough brought wild violets. ( ] ; ,:' .

logrenglve line of disillusion- the dance Friday night Some of --Betty Jo Smith. ;; J ,
Virginia plans to begin her -. ,
It. All the fun of life comes those there enjoying the fun " .. i..f\? \ .J, "
career within the next few days .:. , ,t,""
Charles M. Jerome, KI
honestly trying to be good were. Billy C., by working with the Bell Telephone Hampton Happenings ,
the Road of Good is well Freddie, Betty Jean H.. Carolyn
led with numberless by-ways R., Virginia Roberta Edgar W. Co., as an operator. We Hy llarbars Home /.f" r KILLED IN THE
wish you the best of luck In ; .
i an unending goal." (home on leave), Bobby nigga \Vil.NKK: HOIST '

IS second point was on the and Turner Betty T. Elise G., your new work Virginia. Mrs. M. L. Watternon honored . LAST HOUR OF WAR "N "-'

Evelyn H., Billy Smith, James R., Frederick of the U. S. .. ,. ,
get by" philosophy. To just OLIN WIHTK: her son I 0 '" .,
[ by Is all that many students Lyle, Phillip. Ralph A., Bryan H. Olin White Is one of the few Coast Guard, who was at homeon t. .' .,"" '

about; to make a passing and Elbert Earl . seniors who has been In Bradford a "hort, leave with a weiner J \<"- .i

lie Is managing well enough. The basketball game Friday roast Friday evening Feb. 18
High for 12 years. In fact he .
| (diploma", Dr. Hudnut 881 .. ::1G .:. '

\ nothing if no work was one, mostly because we won dating from September 28, 1926.A and later they all went \" .. . (
The fact that three play- and around a ,
forth to get It. guess. typical male, Olin likes hunt. out-doors gathered :I I
ers from Lawtey didn't play had bon-flre where welners were "
me stressed the point that "al- ? Ing fishing Blondes (with a capital big
me puzzled.What's the mat and served with rolls ;
|t. Is "Suphe steak and
never enough McRae B), swimming, ,
M. and Bobby
and drink. '
said, "that a paratroopere football games.A .
right In there pitching andI the occasion
| an almost good jump or were true Floridian he dislikes Those present to enjoy ?
do, mean pitching. with Frederick I were: ;
a teller in bank alt Nth
a was cold weather to the degree.
Darby and Edgar are home on Misses Jean A d kin I a. Norma ..
Also In this category are spinachand
leave and It sure Is great to see Sweeney \Barbara Betty rivi .J', :
-.I..J. C. people who talk too much. "
them back is it Robin? Since Martha Home Dorothy and Har ) I
Olin plans to join either the __
: .
I'm on the sailor subject, I saw vene Watte 'I'll o n, Leon Moore, .

Grade Newshe Melverna T. and sailor- friend. Air Corps this or Marines spring. when The best he Archie Elland Emory Brown, ..-....,,.-.,.t.:'.&: '''....".... ;/ ,,., -. .....' ,' >'. '
graduates -
John from Jax. here over the L. and Eugene Hall. )
John ' three first had of luck. Olin.JEWFLL. '
grades a week-end. He's real cute Bunny. -<""'' {/. .' "
|ntlne par ty. Refreshments Philip Thorn was having quitea Mrs. Helen Esterllne assisted < ,,,,," -

served in the cafeteria fol- time pedaling to school In the CARTER JOHNS Mrs. Watterson In caring for the . .,. h'........... ..

|ng the distribution of Valencia heavy fog Monday because as Jewell Carter Johns was born guests. '>..."."":"- _--

fast aa he would wipe mist off at Highland on August 11, 1926. Mrs. O. Q. Hallman of Cairo

week we have been study- his glasses there It was again. While living there she went to Ga., is enjoying a visit with Mr.

| about George Washington.nnle Cheer up Phil. Summer days lie school In Lawtey. Then she and, Mrs Robert Touchton.Pvt. .

> Hertz has gone to Ala- ahead. moved to Lawtey and came to Harmon Morgan, stationed EVERY EXTRA CORD OF PULPWOOD e

la on a visit Virginia S. spent Friday nightat school In Starke. When she was at San Diego Calif., and Mrs. ,

-:M. Middleton. the State Farm with Robin. in the tenth grade ahe moved to Morgan, who I I..* teaching at Wll-

Edwards and James Starke. llston are enjoying a visit with
Saw Evelyn
24 1943 marked one BRINGS VICTORY NEARERRight
September ,
Wainwright In the show Sunday.I hU mother Mrs. Jessie Moigan.
of the most Important events In U. S.
FIRST peeked In typing room Tues- Archie Elland of the
C.MOFA Bradford Jewell's life. L. A. Johns with Merchant Marine 1 left Monday

day County's morning new and Youth saw Council being whom she had been going for after a nice visit with his parents, now one of the critical war-material shortages is pulp-

three years came home and they Mrs. L. D. Elland.
under the chairmanship Mr. and
organized of Rev. O. C. Powell. were married. Jewell was fortunate Pvt. and Mrs. Chalmers Poole wood. And this shortage can be overcome. There is plenty of
666 to b. with him
enough church
USE ation From what I hear for a teen-age swell recre-kids for seven weeks. before he left and services son, In Merlin Jacksonville Saturdayevening. pulpwood to be cut. Tho woods are full of it. The only problemis

16 TABLETS. SALV NBSE DROPS program for the Merchant Marine. .

will be developed In the near Jewell) plans to remain with her Frederick Watterson S 1-c left to get it cut.Culling .

future.I'd love to tell. .. you u___ _muron____.*_ _family__m_ until_ L. A. conies home. .Cd..A._.y.UA.J far Beaton. Mass.._ after

> entmclsof more, but I've simply got to get a short stay: at home. Pulpwood An Essential War JobIf
back to my book the seventh HONOR ROLL Pvt. Donald Keyes left Fridayfor

Health volume of "THE LIFE OF Baltimore Md.

SINATRA" (Sigh) . 12th GradeBilly Mra. Ethel TIdwell spent last in
DoD't Neglect Them FRANK So 'bye for now, Colson John Hall Olin week at Macon, Ga. you are a position to get out some pulpwood-and every

Miture dnlinml. the kldoeys to dos -Susie.P. White Mary Jo Caldwell Haven Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Morganand cord helps- can contribute that much to an early victory
i>.vel Due |ab. Their tuk i ta to keep the Drlxkell. Georgia Pensacola/ you
ovine blond ._... free of aa ..._ olia S.-Flash! Flash! Myrtle Crosby, Mary small son Roy of

'>"""/_unpuritiem."le eonMinUy Th. set pradwilnf ol li iof truce- &/. Dobbs also wearing ring third Gllpln Evelyn halt Phyllis Martin Hazen pent a few days\ here with rel and be well paid for your work. The nation looks to you for !:

.. Doris Hodge. Phyllla
detail atives.
from More
moot r.raove left hand.
*ttbr".lf":: good hestb le to endare.Whoa finger Virginia Padgett, Margaret Sapp Mr. and 1\11'1. A. D. Martin of helpl! For information, ask your 'focal' pulpwood committee,
the kidneys' foil to fenetloe m* later.. Sewell Hazel I Starr and
of Mr.
.lure letended. there Is ratestloa ot Virginia Starke were guest
ane tbo. may ..UH body-wtd. Urn- Betty Gene Wade, Dorothy Wat- Mrs. K. Watterson Sunday.
-r. One IDa,.rafler asirlsi bxkaehe.. Grade News t '
-rorotoat ....doeb...tto"k.01 d sxa.r, 6th terson. Services will be held at the

tlnl. .p .alihts. ewelliac. puflU.nan ._ has been alck II in Grade Baptist Church Sunday morningand ,
the .,-feel tired, ...-. all Charles I
Born out. glad to have him Mack Futch Frances Colley, evening. Everyone welcome. II I
1 .Frequent.Manly .,baralsf. psie._ and we left today I Dorothy Crosby, Hazel Crosby, VICTORY
eonetioxa further ....do_ olt Iud- back. Loretta Bregor
or .hleddur .......b_.... Alabama. Winifred Crosby Marie Edwards .
The reeotaieMl aad proper klda.ytrid for[ of our new Stella Hayes. Ida Mae Johnson, '
dJiiTMie proud
to keAp are .
I* .IHf..IT rni RT nMtupnnn
of emceM ...... to try Dorothy Barnes, Merl Grider, .
we're going
.. Doo.. pUi.Tp May ". .bud morethe shrubbery and f'OI..Tr, KI.OHIUAl I* tH.-
." lort,. ,...,.01...bII..P....... Am 'L'ke care of It. Alien Kelley 4'KHY. 111 ,
010_. -u,. 0...... tS. .. to. Valentine 10th Grade Josephine Carter, PI. Intlfr. *.. '
.. add M en inn etone.JOANS We had a partyahad Gloria Cooper. Luella Davis, <">....r Carter, Defendant. Case No. L. T. DYER Chairman
last Monday. 2a Ii. 1
our room and rookie Eunice Grtffls Madge Johnson ORDER Or PtTPtlCATION L D. Vlnlnjr, Hal Edwards, Lester Kite!, Hogan
PILLS Coca-Colas Dorothy Mott Eva Jean Reddish, AND NOTirB TO APPEAR
Jo Ann Dlnklns. STATE OF FLORIDA to: O.'.r Jones :* * i
Marian McRae, Ula Rae Caldwell, Esther Crlffl, Carter whoM residence I I" Un Smith Tyler J. K. Douela.ey.BRUAItY


i f

FOUR pl,

liUUSOCIETY Mrs. Young Hostess 1 Edwin Perkins Miss Beard Assumes Christening ServiceA WOODLAWNBy v.'
and Mr .
Myrle Rafu"l'
l> ; To AuxiliaryThe Observes Birthday Program DutiesAt beautiful christening service

- -- --- took place Sunday afternoon when CIIUKCH SERVICES:
- With Outdoor USO-YMCA
Ladles Auxiliary of the PartyA little Yvonne daughterof a
Dorothy The Woo d lawn
Large Attendance Birthday PartyAt Presbyterian Church met at the group of young friends gathered Miss Catherine Walker Beardof Corp. and Mrs C. W Savage Church held MIBaptist ''onarj! I ,

441 At MeetingsOf KindergartenLittle home o f Mrs. Jeanette Young Tuesday afternoon at 4:30: Columbus, Miss, arrived here was christened by the Rev its '''guJilr 0

Tuesday evening with Mrs. Charles o'clock to help' Edwin Perkins last week to begin work as the George C. Powell of the Methodist I' Sunday services at 11 a 111 and i

Methodist WSCSThe Margaret Rose Duncan, Allen presenting the devotion celebrate his birthday anniver- Woman's Program Director at the church. The service took placeat 8 p. m. with the Rev io: \,.

l'' wearing a middy dices with a service. sary. ,-.RAfter Temple Street U.S.O. Even in the home of Mrs. Savage's parents I Teter of Jacksonville fhiini
Woman's Society of Chris nautical air and a of red, Mr. and Mrs. Olin W. White, ''he
corsage Dr. Willlan Hudnut, Camp this brief time she has won the ,
had been in the
pulpit absence
R tian Service of the Methodistchurch many games of 'DI) o
t white and blue sweet peas, celebrated Civilian Pastor, spoke Informallyon ardent approval of both the organization and was witnessed by the immediate palo
number played on the lawa"at the homeof tor ReV. O. J.
had large pres- Raulerson
her sixth birthday annl- questions based on religion and and Mrs. management and the families and a few friends. oho(,
ent Monday afternoon when a his parents, Mr., has been III for
versary Tuesday with a party current events which were submitted Warren H. Perkins the guests townsfolk with whom she has Fragrant azaleas and red roses the past Mt
14% held In the church. ,
meeting was! given by her mother, Mrs, K. G. the audience.In weeks. All his friends
by gathered In the back yard to been associated. were used for decoration in the n ''1,1,,
f The business session ,was Mrs presided Duncan for the Kindergarten the absence of the! president, roast weiners over the coals! of Miss Beard was educated at living room where the christening I neck of the woods wish to, him

over by the president Mrs. E. K. class at the Peter Pan school. the Vice President Miss Lucille a bonfire. On a prettily decorated the Mississippi State College for took place. During the social a speedy recovery.
W. G. ,
Mrs. Marian Doveditus and Mitchell, presided over a brief table stood the birthday cake, Women and Columbia Universityand perfod the hostess, assisted by
t her dutiesas
1" Perryman transacted After considerable Mrs. Billy Broadus, kindergarten business session at which time Iced in white, decorated in pink before going into USO work, her daughters, Mrs. M. T. Oak- :Mr.: and Mtrs. Ozzie Bell \vg.;

: as secretary.had received attention, instructors, assisted Mrs. Duncan Mrs. Jeanette Young, chairmanof and yellow) and topped with 10 taught English In the High ley and Miss Carol White, served gins of Jacksonville spent (h,

;' VV. E. Middleton conducted with plans for the party and directed the nom I natlng committee pink and yellow candles. The School at Columbus, Miss., and home-made Ice cream and cake.SUNNYIIROOK week-end with Mrs. Wlggint.. par.
the nursery games which presented to the group the names folks 'were also served supervised student teachers from
devotional service, using material young eats, Mr. and Mrs. Bennett .
a from the book entitled occupied the children during the of Mrs. B. C. Holuendoif for Coca-Colas and cakc.". the Mississippi State College for FARMBy wil.klnson.
y early afternoon.For President of the Auxiliary: and
Lord's Songs In a Strange Present with Edwin on this occasion Women. : Mrs. Arsula CrawfordMr.
small This Is our Initial effo,,
refreshments the Mr. H E. Boelter for Secretary.The work u
Joan Muriel for her
were: Milligan, In preparation
Land. table occasion Mrs. O. E. and Mrs. Alton Dobbs and As ,
guests were seated at a being correspondent. we
the direction Ritch; Gloria Han ell, Florence here Miss! Beard attended the Ve
Circle Two, under decorations of the hostess Fred Halslop were visiting relatives to
flag ,
with patriotic : Stansbury's birthday, in along we hope improv "
St. Peter O. Orientation
had Brown, Beryl Jean U. S. course:;
Powell charge
't a' of Mrs G. C. and, the subject colors. Bowls of ted roses and a presented her with an attractive Donna Fay Brunei, Frederick New York City and trained for in Lake City Sunday afternoon So long till next week,
of the program large white cake decorated In red handkerchief and the group sang .
t Missionary Work In Conway, Kenneth Conway, Billy two weeks in Jacksonville.
c reviewed was and blue added to the decorative "Happy Birthday. Pvt. Harold Norman of Long
M.. Foreign Schools. "A letter tromAlaska" I American flags Refreshments of home made Thigpen, C h a r les ,Harper, Tom 11* Axis stop of /.
effect. Tiny Island, N. Y., is spending several sofnojItart -
Carl Lamar
't. f Mrs. W J. Smith, Jimmy Green.
?" '" was read by Mexico" were anchored in mountains of nut bread sandwiches, Boston Johns, Jerry Parpell! 'and Burge Garden Party days furlough here with his parents Hop .f 10%.

; Chandler and "Jose from Ice cream at each child's place brown bread, cookies and mints i Searing. ,!-, For League MembersMembers Mr. and Mrs. Everett Norman it
''i'' was revl ewe d by Mrs. H. B. and favors were surprise pack were served by Mrs. Young assist : '

: Montgomery of Griffin, Ga, who ages containing a fortune and a ed by Mrs. E. M. Davis and Miss Perkins Mrs. Earl In caring Searing'IUIlIlsted for the guests.Mrs. of the Epworth Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Crosby and i-' Buy More

is here visiting her sisters, Mrs. patty hat which when perched on Lucille Mitchell. League of the Methodist Church sons, Bule and Bobby and Mi. "" T War Bonds

'tr Godwin and Mrs. Chandler; Mrs. the heads of the youngsters add Original favors, designed with I were entertained at a Garden and Mrs. :J. N. Kelly spent Sun for frtfdom'l Si

: read letter from ed a festive flare to the scene. George Washington's birth date Interesting ReportsAt Party Tuesday evening at the day afternoon with Mr. and Mia.
a4 q L. 8. Hutto a In mind red white and blue home of Ona Demorest.
Those who helped Margaret were USO Meeting Mills Kelly In Lake Butler.
Brazil; and Mrs. Perryman concluded her were: bows to which were attached a
Rose enjoy birthday Supper was served at a prettily Mr. and Mrs. Everett Normanand ELECT
"t the program by reading a Virginia Jean Darby Sandra postage stamp bearing a print of Mrs. W. G. Haile presided at a appointed table In the Demorest sons, Harold and James, and

j't ,! letter from a 12 year old refugee Johns, ,Billy Torocle, Nancy Ruth "The Father of Our Country". meeting of the W. S. O. Wednesday Garden after which the group Misses Mary Ella ,and Lucile

r.. ; from England. Johnson, Gall Duke, Sally Mon- The meeting was! well) attended I afternoon at the U. S. O. on enjoyed a series of games. Ward attended the birthday; supper LEX ,GREEN
Shl Ann Smith, by both members and guests.'
It was announced that the ahan, John Duble, I Temple Ave. Devotionals were In ,given In honor of James Alvarez -
Mllrogan; Dick I Smith, of Mrs. L A. Canova and '
t World Day of Prayer would be Mickey charge Army Wives Hear at the home of his parents Y
hire the Mary Lois Starling, Butch Smith, Cpl. And Mrs. Rose Mrs. W. B. Sewell) gave an interesting In Starke A'
obse r v e d at Baptist Dr. Hudnut At Monday night.
David Canova, Nancy Rasor, Ar- report"on the War
Church, on Friday, Feb. 25, at Hosts To Friends Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Halslopand
line Charlock, Marjery Reaper Mother's Tea which was held at .
tiY 3 o'clock p. m. All denominationsare Thursday son, Fred, and Misses! :Mary
Linda Sale Clara Jeari Mun- i t
Kay Club February 13.
In this service. '> and Mrs William the on ..
invited to join Cpl. Rose an- Ella and Lucile Ward were In
The circles will meet Monday, dy, Diana Smith Mary AgnesMatthews ; nounce the birth of a son on Sat MI'.. L. A, Davis chairman' of Dr. William Hudnut spoke on Jacksonville Tuesday. :, jj I
Th + : Sharon St,. Peter, 4 the city' JandacapLoScommittee "World Brotherhood" to the 50 ssYe- sart
urday, Feb.' 12, in the Station ,
at 3.30 Circle One -
ae; } arch 6, : p. m. and Buzzy Green. Mrs. N. E. Crosby, Lester Crosby -
also reported on the accomplishments army wives attending the regular
Hospital at Camp Blandlng.
will meet in 0 the Recreation Hall, Mrs. C. C. Crosby and son,
Stfl with Mrs. L. D. Vinlng and. Mrs. Sunday afternoon Cpl. and Mrs. of that group.' weekly luncheon Thursday, Feb. 3uie, were attending to businessIn
4 Titus Olson as hostesses. Circle Mrs. Green HostessAt Rose' Invited a number of lends Julius Thorn, USO dire t ctor 11, at the USO 201 North Walnut Grandln Monday. ,

Two will meet with Mrs. L. W LuncheonFor to their home In the Demorest presented plans for the Easterprogram St He centered his talk 1\
Horace! Dyal and Bobby Crosby -
around questions concerning
apartments, where Rabbi Lehrerof of the personal
Koch and Mrs. Paul Hudgins, at organization ,
In Waldo morb.tag.
'' religion which the girls were Monday
their home on North Walnut St. Congressman: St. Augustine performed the .
y traditional Hebrew _ceremony, assisted USO-YMCA Crowded wrote out and turned in to him. ;. 'GOVERNORMOTIFAigroi'fiK
r 4 While on a recent visit to by Chaplain Isaiah Rack- ," He emphasized the point that we Mr. and Mia. Dewey Woods

VOTE FOR Washington, Mrs. Lex Green en- ovsky of Camp Blandlng. Mrs With MerrymakersOver must consider people as Individuals and! children of Jacksonville '

eralned with a surprise luncheon Rackovsky acted as godmother. and evaluate them apart from spent the week-end here with Mr.
,, for her husband Congress Mrs Queenie Wolfe Rosenbaum, their race, nationality, or creed and Mrs H. B. Kelly

f ) man Lex Green at the "House" mother of Cpl. Rose, came especially ecord-breaklng crowd was Dr. Hudnut, pastor of the First l
Restaurant In the Capitol building Presbyterian Church of Springfield
for the event from Chicago
5 i ti in attendance at the USO Club on
Y c on the occasion of his birth-I. where she Is a leader of Temple and Washington Streets III., Is serving with I the WONDER Novelties

day Feb. 10., the Irish Jewish Club and editorof last weekend.The Church Service Center for the ,

Mrs. Green arranged for atypical its monthly bulletin.AI'rangemf'nts month of February as Camp Pas- GIFT FLORIDA Souvenirs
dance on Saturday night
Southern (dinner to be for the toi.
ceremony was a particularly gala event
served to her guests who were were made by the USO-JWB and Other events on the luncheon SHOP Gifts
with music furnished by Sgt,
Speaker; Sam Rayburn, Democratic among those present were Marvjn program included the presentation -
Arthur Foote and his "InfantryMen"
Leader John McCormack Shulman, area JWB worker from of a volunteer service pin to 25c to $10
Door prizes, cartons: of
democratic Whip of the House Jackno n v II1 l e ; Samuel Kreiter, Mrs. H. E. Belna; the election of
cigarettes. were won by Pvt.
Ramsbeck, Chairman Doughtonof Starke USO-JWB worker; Cpl. 0 Mrs. R. R. Mathews to the ArmyWives'
;t Sol. L. Lazlnger, Co. C 25th Bn., 234 E. Call St.
the Ways and Means Committee
R Irving Kwasnik, chaplain's assist Council to replace Mrs.
Carl Vlnson, House Chairman ant and a number of service men Pvt. John-Butterfiuld( Co. C 224th Eugene Hamm whose term'of office I .:_-_,__ ...,;..,...._ .-. ..;.,;.,_l_ ___ +l
of the Naval Affairs Committee and their wives. Bn. Serving as hostesses to assist and trio I
has expired; a consisting
the Congressional House Program Director Lumbert John of Mrs. Harlan McQulston, TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: I II

delegation and Con g res amen son and Miss Catherine Beard bars Lawrence McKillop, and
U. D. C. To MeetThe
Green were Mis. C. A, Knight and Mrs Mis Walter Bateman singing will be located at Holllngauorth! Novelty Shop on So.
Walnut St., In'Starke from Feb. 1 to and Including Feb. 29
} W. T. Weeks Chapter, U. W. G. Strlngfellow. "America the Beautiful", accompanied
Iliq to atltlse. and assist l" with filing Income Tax Returns! and I
I 11P Miss HonoredOn D. C. will by Mrs Rita Street.
Judd meet Wednesday afternoon Hostesses at the Sunday afternoon
L at 3:30: o'clock, at the home refreshment hour were Mrs.R. The Washington-Lincoln Birth assure" you that each Individual return will have my careful

BirthdayMr. of Congressman and Mrs, R. A. J. Davis and Mrs M. P. Ga. day Ball o n Saturday evening consideration. and will be fairly compiled for the protection -

( it and Mrs. Sam Gottlieb entertained Green on North Walnut St, hagan. drew 400 service men and couples. of the taxpayer and the Treasury of the United .
!Sgt: Samuel!: Baum's orchestra states P Rase list all income and all ex P e fees_ A one dollar I
..fD1ELVIN at Shady Rest near ------ ---------- - .. ,z' ; :
Palatka Tuesday evening with a played for the dancers. New I error In deduction I could cost you from $1000. il
checkered tablecloths graced the
surprise party for their daughter, I'J.
H tables scatt .:d around the edges H. O BROWN
Miss Kathleen Judd, who celebrated Carolyn Callstreet
: .; ; of the dance floor; silhouettes of ,J. : 1'
FUTCHYour that date.her sixteenth birthday on ; Washington and Lincoln hung one ,___._u_ _, _ _ .__,_,_

p each side of the American -- '
on -,
Dancing provided the young ----------.---- - - --..
; i \ people with the main diversion Flan above the stage; red, white, THE MAN YOU'LL HEAR MORE ABOUT If IfI
Almimt looked aut If the Armla-I Darby taking a much-needed Vacation and blue paper streamers hung
of the evening and the honor
COUNTY SCIIOOL'SUPERlkTENDENT Ice had been signed this week, from counting points . in scallops between the ceiling
with several
Es"tit guest vocal numbers.entertained what with so many x-CalIstreet- Card this week from Gusule Mae lights; and cherries and hatchets J. ED BAKER YtFsJ:

Irt > Dinner was served to the following ers blowing In to pay their respects (Bennett) Boree, way out inJunction decorated the doorways. The I ,
to the . Kansas dance red
City, where Ran programs were paper
: Elbert Earle Thornton,, BUSINESS MAN CANDIDATE FOR ;
Glimpsed Harry Silcox, Bud Jen- dolph is stationed 'at Fcrt'Riley hatchets tied with blue and white
Selma McCall, Warren .Wlnklec\!:
{ A Life-Long Resident of Dorothy Mott, Johnny/ FlIlyaYw;, tins, Mitchell) Ergan. the Jackson . Hear' the members of the ribbon. Private Celido Curbelloof I GOVERNORState N.

; This County; Well Qualified and Ruth Rucker of Starke and bl'Q.herBlake! and Richard Presbyterian and Episcopal Auxiliaries Cuba, formerly with Xavier Cu- 4
't and Experienced -=and who should blow in Wed3c1ay gat'H orchestra and an orchestra Senator; Civic i Leader; Safe
: for Mr. and Mrs Zubrltsky,, ,Beck:y we requite surprised, at f .
the Job. but Bill Graham, who almost ere leader in his own right, entertain. Sound Practical Hard-Working Citi ;
of Pa
Johnson and Jeff Emerson finding themse 1 v in an unscheduled -
latka. seems to be rivalling the ed at the piano during the in o zen-FROM LAKE COUNTY IN THE
'ar-famed Bill Harrell of Lawtey Joint meeting tother termission. HEART OF FLORIDA

for the title of all) B r a d f ord day . Seems that both groups Cake and punch were served : i l 'i
County Furlough King , Bill planned to use the Center for a during the evening by Miss Madge

MARGARET'S GIFT SHOP Is kind of auspicious of this little meeting on the same. day, each Middleton, Mrs. E. L. Biggs and
+ :i furlough however . ThInksIt unknown to the other . When Mrs. June MacDonald.

c'' :/ Across from Park Theatre might mean he'll) be chucking the mixup wan discovered the Committee on arrangements for

ftV q : out coon for parta unknown I Episcopal ladles adjourned to the the dance Included Mrs. H. E.

Novelties - Jewelry Hear Cpl. John Godwin Is quite Manse, but the two groups got Belns. Mrs. Lawrence McKillop,

a bit nearer home these days, together for refreshments, . and_Mrs. R, E. Kllgour.ju _.
'' I GIFT WRAPPING having been transferred from I \ Monday afternoon tile first '
Buffalo, N. V., to Camp Davis, I 1--1" meeting ofa newly organized and be

N. C. . Stage Group under the direction

going from the lake to his car I of Mrs. Walter Craig, four girls
w: Chatted a moment yesterdaywith last Saturday night and had to Mrs. C. W. Smith, Mrs. Jackie MERRYwith

t Lucile Green, just back be tracked down, step by step, by: Klein, Mrs. Dale Border, and Mrs. !
, FOR SAFETY COMFORT AND ECONOMY RIDE from a thrilling trip to Washington I three amateur man-hunters (one I Eugene Hamm were selected to

i'' n. C., and laughing good- In half-a-sult of pa!lamas) and take part In a short play "All on
FLORIDA MOTOR LINE BUSSES naturedly over the hard luck that : two ladles, after he'd wandered a Summer's Day" to be presentedon

lp haunted her prior to her lunching around in the woods until nearly the luncheon program Thurs

( 11 FOR COURTEOUS 'CORRECT INFORMATION with :Mrs.:. Roosevelt . Seems ,,1 a. m. Sunday morning! . day.Mrs. BALONEYHARRY
tr LEASE/IJlONE> / 147 Lucile had been saving a precious I And to think the wanderer was Hans Unck, a native of

pair of nylon hose for the past i none other than that old disciple Ge r m a n y, and Mrs Clarence

three years for Just such an i of Daniel Boone--Morgan Richardof Haines who visited that country

!A UNION BUS STATION auspicious occasion . She don the State Farm! . Guess In 1938, both of Green Cove
ned them" feeling quite regal, and he'd better take some 1 lessons Springs, were guests of the Discussion -
M ({ LACY CONWAY Agent dashed off to have her hair done I| from the Boy Scouts-or even the Group on Tuesday. They

I Temple Ave Starke Florida just before the luncheon I Girl Scouts-on pathfinding! gave many interesting Insights! on
, While In the midst. of the hair-do I the rise of Nazism and told some

the hose sprang a run, she leaned | Spotted an' Jutted: Sue Bate- of their personal experiences In Temple Avenue

rover to try and stop It and off man sporting a becoming trio of Germany. Mrs. Bud Jennett also

popped a button from her suit! lovely pansies In her blonde hair of Green Cove was a guest of the

The World's News Seen Through . Naturally, In the face of such these spring days . Catherine group. WE SPECIALIZE IN FOOD

misfortune, she wan seconds late Beard new USOY"IC.associ. Next week Mrs Marcelle Sag,
\ .CHRISTIAN SCIENCE MONITOR arriving at the White House andwh..n ate, at the USO-YWCA luncheon 'I native of Bagdad, will describe OF THE "BETTER" KIND

An Inttrnftional Daily NttuptperIt she entered" the receptionroom Thursday In chic black hat. highlighted I life and, customs In that part of

Tnnhlul-Con.trucdv.-Unbi.MdFr. from SrautionalEditorial she was flabbergasted to I with sparkling rhinestone I the world. The Discussion Group O .
I....- Ar. and Instructive and In Daily see all the other guests standing 'clip . Larry Ha miter making meets at 1:30: on Tuesdays.

., Faaturti, Together with, the Weekly Magazine; Section. Maka In a semi-circle gazing expectantlyat I the best use of his -21-day fur Special events for the coming Steaks and Chops

the.....Monitor......- an Ideal Newspaper for the Home.Tha ......... the door by which she. entered lough before entering the Army week include a "Barn Dance" for
j Chrisdan: ;;:Science Publishing: : Society -(and she with a run In her . Molly Snyder busy as a bee couples on Saturday night Feb. Prepared "Our

I On., Norway Street, Boston Massachusetts hose!) . She soon found out [with preparations for opening her 26, with Private Lawrence Ogle, Way

\I Price 'U.OO> Yearly! or *1.00 a Month. that they were waiting for Mrs. I, new eatery In the Davis Hotel formerly "Uncle Zeke" of radio Will
/ Saturday Issue, including Section, '2.60 s Year. Roosevelt to enter, so she felta I bldg. . I fame, entertaining with genuine Make You ,Come

f Introductory Offer, 6 Saturday ISSUM 2J Cents.Addres. little more at ease . I mountain music. Girls are urged

I Wet.-.........____...____.._._ I Well "p.lnlf1"'* got me, so ; to wear ginghams I n keeping Another Day
Fa redbud the
........._..........................................-- Bea Harris< from the cash registerat buds and the pear tree blos Mrs. Jack Shea, newly for the appointed dance. "EVERY SANDWICH A REAL MEAL

SAMP:E COpy ON REQUEST Morgan the Tip from Top her and Aunt VIda So long .-.- See, you in member of the Army Wlvts' Open 4 P. M.PAGE TJ 4.A.. lLI
rocking chair at the next . Council,.Is is chargeof arrangements -
her magazine stand . Morgan Carolyn. for the dance

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---Friends of Mrs. J. G Alvarez u Mr and Mrs. Merrill Struth of \
Auto Driver
will regret to learn that she ia .
California, Mr. and Mrg. W L.
.. quite 111 at the home of her Forfeits Bond I II Edwards and daughter Fredcrlka
mother-in-law Mrs Frank Wilson -
pat Larobe and Mrs. AIprgee Mrs Charles Militate of St. I I Forreot Richardson, manager and Mr, and Mrs. Frank G. Bauk-

f8 spent Thursday In Jack. Petersburg was a. week-end guest >f Post Exchange: No. 12 ut Camp nlght of Jackxonvllle and Mr. and '

e of Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Halle. I Children's wear at Smart i ti Mt1S:=- t Ulanding forfeited a $30 bond I. MI.... W. W. Page and sons Billyand '

Shoppe. Infant sIzoN to 6 jrs.Christening t vhen he failed to appear early Martin of Lake
|, Carl Floreu of Jackson- Sgt. I* C Smith has returned seta dresses coals, ihls week to contest a charge City. t

s visiting her mother, Mrg.I to Lake Charles La., after visitIng sweater nets, chenille robes, rayon Aa1iilelfr ; which accused him of driving

Young. his mother, Mrs. L. C. Smith. panties, cm-perx, overalls. girls' without either a driver's. llcenstir Ii IiII
bloUM'H. l 19-14 Florida tag. LIFE INSURANCE t

. D. p. Carpenter and Mra. Misses Pat Lambe, L1I Stern- Richardson was arrested by u

vining spent Tuesday Innvllle. berg Loraine Hartman and MaxIne Mr. and :Mrs. W. F. Babcock of highway patrolman at 2:30: A. Al I For young working women !,

Noegel spent the week-end at Hamilton, Ontario, Canada, are Sunday after his car had sideswiped who
a regular sayings
Daytona Beach. visiting their son-in-law and a government truck or. II R
That works I IN.
. A. H. Freeman of Ocala daughter. Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Route 48 near. Camp Blanding. plan !
T. J.' Grit.Is Mr. and Mrs. George \V. Marks
guest of Mrs. Scott : D. \\'RIGHT, JK.
and Miss Marjorle Marks of De- .
week. Mrs. H. B. Montgomery of Griffin Telephone 102SH

Land spent the week-end at the Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Koch Mrs. Ga., i In visiting her sisters ( ) Temple Avenue ,

illdren'* wear at Smart home of Mrs. S. L Peek. Paul Hudgins and little daughter. Mrs. \V T Godwin and Mrs. W !Klnrke Florida

infants nixes- to 8 yr*. Kay, have returned here from J, Chandler at 316 N. Cherry Et I',
rninjr wh, dresxen, coat, ,Lt. and :Mrs. Z. W. Street. Lt. Arcadia, where' they spent. two t jt A I R _ANCI Mi Iin"COMPANY!NEW YORK

r Nets, chenille robes, rayon and Mrs. James Adams and Capt. weeks, Jv6 4x Cpl. Hugh Ingram returned .recently i M MMMM NMI. MM Vw.!*
.. ..
s, creeper, overalls, girls' McCarthy toured historic pointsin I to Camp Robinson Ark, ", '.' :, ,: .. ," ".- .... t

s, St. Augustine Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Sam T. Dell of I after spending a tow days hen i .

Gainesville spent the week-end In with his mother Mra. Carrie

s. Effle Johns and sister Corp and Mrs. C.V.. Savageand the homes ef Mr. and Mrs. Joseph I Ingram.1frs/ 1 III.III.j'

Carrie Smith spent Tuesday little daughter, Dorothy E. Wilson and Mr. and Mrs I II

Yvonne, and MJ: s. M. T. Oakley L Wall. W'I Lena former '
[inf>svlJe shopping.: Ovei-street! a / t' J. . !s
spent Tuesday in Jacksonville. resident of Starke now living In I fi

q Bea Cady of Jacksonville Mrs L. S. Hutto, Mrs. Shellle Tlfton. Gfl., spent last, Friday and WK I1AVKEVHlYTHINi/ ,

) the weekend with: her slsjlrs Pfc. Bert Creekmore left Sun- Hall and daughter Sharon, Miss Sinn' relay here as the guest of : I r

1 James, Blackshear. day for'Camp Haan, Calif., after Garnlta Hutto and Edwin Wll- lorI'''. Aneda Gilffis.Mm. HUT I'ENCII \i-:

spending a 15 day furlough with Hams visited friends In Jackson fell:\KPKNEKHp :
Halle returned home TneUfron ville Sunday. G. L. Pntten and son I e
his parents, Mn and Mrs. Joub ,
West Palm Beachhe George, Jr, returned to Talahasxce }

visited his brother and Creekmore at their home on Friends will regret to learn of r Sunday nfter spending a >\ ||. l> That IN *.".- I I
Temple Ave. He also visited the serious illness of Carl Jack- week here with Mrs. Patten's\ mtitrrntliiit .....t l.lfllr lilt, i
( in-law Y-2-c Woodflin G. friends raS lint Itn M... Mno, Of ,
and relatives in Live Oak son, who has been taken to the mother, Mrs K.: K. Canovu. 'I ... *......ol-'I.<._<...< llrnt or !
Jr., and wife. and Jacksonville while here. Alachua County Hospital, Gaines- Ofllvr J....pll<-. '!' N a t Y..n ,
..... llrvn ", .. .
ville, for treatment Start the Day Right With Waffles Mr, and Mrs. Carl. Jackson are |...".. llrr Are.Un.A Friti fur IH 1

(See Recipes Below.) enjoying vltilts from two of their I'
Edgar Wilkinson apprentice sons. E. Blake Jackson, petty officer -
Yearn Experience Make It Possible for Me to Render seaman who completed boot Breakfast Needs SCOTCHTAPE ;
EFFICIENT PROl\IP'racd COURTEOUS SERVICE Breakfast Menus 1st class\ stationed at 1"l'Jr.due ,
training at Bainbridge, Md. last
MODERATE PRICKS week, is spending a short leave How many notches are you pushing Orange Juice University Lafayette, Ind,
Syrup :1 t
DeTVTTT' C. JONES with his father, A. J. Wilkinson. up the nutrition breakfast;yardstick time at Beverage and Radio-officer i Richard P. 'Cs., iii'.'* Make Small

$tarke. Florida i Jackson,.who just graduated from Holla *":T "Mnrr. HutV*
Mrs A. Weinstein returned to I There are three tin*. It \HI* WUf ttr I.MM:
meals a day and Grsp*fruit the U. S. Maritime Service radio! In. l...n..
Starke aftei1
'Tuesday spending
Cornflakes or Prepared Cereal
the past several weeks visiting if your family Is Milk. Cream or Sugar schoo}, In Boston:! Mass, (
to receive the
friends and relatives in Philadelphia Q Raisin-Nut ToastDeveralle
CHURCH ,OF CHRIST New York and Bergenfleld necessary amountof Weekend !guests of Mrs. W, 11 STAPLING
nutriment during that day you Struth and Mica Kate Struth wereE.L.EC.T .
N. J. Recipe Given MACHINES
>Aubrey Mercer, Minister should take care of as many of these
requirements at one meal as pos
Darby Peek apprentice seaman I wiik A Mrr.riBt .;nninitlr -
Vt teaspoon allspice ,
sible. l'... HIOHtliird. .
SUNDAY: 10:00()( A. M.-Bible Study arrived Saturday to spend until 1 cup milk (11.l> "...1.... '
Another reason In favor of the nutritious -
11:00: A. M. and 7:30. : P. .l\I. Preaching and yesterday with his mother, Mrs'! breakfast Is that It helps the 54 cup chopped raisins I
Communion. S, L. Peek before returning to H cup chopped nuts
family to be up and at the day'swork
Balnbrldge Md., for assignment with more tip and pep than if Cream together shortening and TWO-HOLE

WEDNESDAY7:30: : P. M.-Prayer Meeting. to duty. they just. have the roll and coffee sugar. Beat egg and add to creamed PUNCHES

bite-and-run excuse for breakfast. mixture. Sift together flour, baking
Mrs L.. D. Sullivan of Jacksonville powder, salt cinnamon and
Every Visitor A Welcome GuestMAUDE'S allspice. I'
Always have fruit or fruit Juice to mi llr "dJ..d 1'.r l>lffrrrnt -
left Tuesday after spending begin the day. Not only does it helpto Add to creamed mixture alternatelywith aloe .h...l..
a few days at the home of her milk. Fold In raisins and nuts.
start the day ofT in good style butit
mother. Mrs James Lambe who Pour Into a greased loaf pan. Bakein
Rives you some quota of your vitamins
celebrated her 73rd birthday on and minerals and calcium. a moderate
Feb 22nd. hour
Eggs In one form or another have Date Bread. TAGS

Mrs A. G. Ludwig of Gaines always been a breakfast favorite. (Make 1 1-pound loaf) ie*
Serving them during this morning
ville and Mrs. L. A. Weekley of of 2J4\ cups sifted flour .
meal Is a splendid way getting
1f Sunday, Monday and 4 teaspoon baking powder
spent in at least the one egg a day or A.I.-S-O
I ll Tuesday with their parents Mr. four or five a week requirement in !i teaspoon salt

and Mrs. A. S. Strickland of hand. However. If you feel that M cup sugar CM I' HOAItDHA

Kingsley Lake.Children's eggs! are too expensive to serve- ev: l>4 cup chopped date r KOI HOARDS ,
LUNCH ROOM try day;; for breakfast use fruits that l',4\eggs milk 71
wear at "SmartShoppe contain iron such as prunes and oatmeal cupn TIII'MII' TACKS

Infants sizes!;/ to 6 jr... and whole grain breads to 4 tablespoons melted shorteningSift Tlf'KKT: PUNCHES

Wishes To AnnounceWe ChrlsleniiiK sets, drewM, coats, make up on the vitamin Bl needs. together flour, baking powder,
salt and sugar; Add dates Beat RUBBER TVI'I'INUIIIIEICISj
sweater wt, chenille robe, rayonpanties It's smart to Introduce varietyinto
From creeper, overalls, girls' the breakfast just as is done In eggs milk and shortening and add MCII'S.
Will Be Open For Business breakfast to dry Ingredients Stir only until
blouN" the other meals. Vary
flour Is well moistened. Pour into AM> MANY
12 Noon Until 12 O'clock MidnightWe breads as much as possible the greased loaf pan. Bake in a moderate GEORGE; : n.
Pfc, and Mrs. Henry P. Silcox ways In which you fix eggs the (HtUTLIKH/ .
oven degrees) for 1 hour.
are spending a 15-day furloughat fruits served and the cereals or
A delicate treat for breakfast Is FLYNNYour
the home of the latter's parents other foods such as pancakes, waffles
the lacy, golden morsel corn cake
Close All Day Mondays On Mr. and Mis. T. A. Mer- frenrh toast etc. which originated down south. It

cereau Pfc. Silcox is stationedat Here's a waffle recipe guaranteedto should be served with butler or margarine BRADFORDCOUNTY

Account of'Help ShortageWe Spence Field, Ga. please palates and ask for encores and honey: SUPERINTENDENTOP

: Lacy Corn Cake. PUIJUC
Are Forced To Shorten Our Mrs. Bea Harris who has beena Walnut Waffle (Serve 8 to S) I INSTRUCTIONCapable

cashier at the Tip Top Marketfor (Makes 4 to 6 large waffles" ) I'.i cup white" water ground TELEGRAPH
the past 15 months left this .
Business Hours X well-beaten egg yolks cornmeal
week for Kentucky where she
1I f
1H milk I teaspoon salt Efficient
128 CALL ST.
will visit her mother before con-
flour 2 eggs, well" beaten Trustworthy
tinuing on to the state of Washington 2 cup pastry 2 milk I
cup I t.
WE ARE NOW SERVING ,GOOD to join her husband. 4 yt teaspoons teaspoon salt baking'powder !i cup shortening, melted T

Add salt to cornmeal. Combine
HOME COOKED After a 15 day furlough, Sgt.C. 6 tablespoons melted -shorteningor well beaten eggs milk, melted shortening SEA FOODS CHICKEN DINNERS
... W Savage left Wednesday to oil and pour

return to the Marine Barracks at 2 stiffly beaten egg whites Into cornmeal :::;;-- STEAKS CHOPS

REGULAR DINNERS Camp Dunlap, near Nllaml l. Call 1 cup broken walnut kernels stirring until well! J..I DELICIOUS HOME-MADE CHILI ;
,ornia. Mrs. Savage and baby combined. Pour
daughter will remain in Starke Combine beaten egg yolks and batter, which
milk.. Add flour sifted with salt TE.MPTINfi.: : TASTY SANDWICHES
with Mr. and Mrs. O. W. White. should be very ., '
snd baking pow thin. Into a pitcher DELICIOUS 'HOME MADE PIES

Sgt. W. H. Phillips of Camp der.Thenaddmelted and stir thoroughly \

NAT SEZ: Phillips Kansas sp en t several shortening before I

days here last week, a guest In or oil. Beat until pouring each pan A & A LUNCHEONETTE :

At near as I can figure It out the home of Mr. and Mrs. Joab smooth, then fold cake Into a well greased griddle or

t It looks Ilko half the expert: Creekmoie. Mr. and Mrs. Creek- in egg whites and ...10,111I.,".i\ skillet. Turn the pancake as It begins 21-Hour ServiceIn t
nuts. Bake In tin- < : .
to brown. They should be
,- think It... donna be a short war, Miss more Dolores Pfc. Bert! Creekmore Creekmore accompanied and- greased waffle .:{.J':' per-thin and have a lacy effect. pa Park Theatre Bldg. Starke, Florida 1We'll t,

while the other fifty percent think Iron.Toast No one could ask for a more satisfying
him to Jacksonville Wednesday old
its gonna be a Ion;? war.11 afternoon. He left from an breakfast than the luscious h
and even
of which add up to e\aclly: I Ga. where he sweetness of maple syrup combinedwith )
there for Augusta, more delightful if the bread used Is ,\
light fluffy tender buttermilk Ii
nothing. OUCMM we'd better quit will spend a few clays with his varied occasionally, Here are two '

worrying over whether It's Ron- mother before returning. to Camp new favorites: pancakes: Keep Them Fit r
abort or a long war Buttermilk Panea kea.
be a war
na I Rabin. Nut. Bread. (Serve' 9 to 8)
what Jltll.WI' the Duration with
and start doing (Make 1 1-pound loaf) for . our r.
to It 01 er. 2 cup sifted flour
can get r .
2 tablespoons shortening 1 teaspoon baking soda

4 tablespoons brown sugar 1 teaspoon salt :

Have YOU 1 egg 2 eggs, well beaten FINE DRY CLEANING
2 rups (scant) buttermilk
2 sifted! flour
+ cups 2 tablespoon shortening melted

hidden talent? 3 teaspoons baking powder Sift together flour, salt and soda, make clothes
a H teaspoon salt Mix beaten egg, melted shortening us! help you your present

% teaspoon cinnamon and buttermilk. Add to flour mixture .
IF YOfI LIKE to find out Our craftsmen with heir I knowledge of ,
gradually beating until smooth.
what your special' aptitude in in hot greased fabrics will the in
$15,333Sounds Fry griddle. Serve conserve newness your ap-
and put It to work to help with maple syrup
win this war-take the opportunity Lynn Say.: parel for the duration. Send the entire family
Cereal Tricks
IbeV. .' C offer fop of the ;Morning! A recent

Like A Lot Of Money . you! survey revealed of students the following breakfast facts.habits Keep using your plenty breakfasts unratloned( Interestingby cerealsin wardrobe to UM! regularly. Every garment
the VAC and
Join I..trmy
It IS A Lot Of Money, But It's Our enpertu help, you Uncover the About 50,000 students were con different/ you, can delicious! add a ways.little For melted example receives correct cleaning and finishing nc- I

Red Cross Quota, So Let's Roll Up type of work you ran do bent. tacted.Most students do eat breakfast shortening to cereal flakes form a cording to its fabric and tailoring.You I

Let the Army train you to doone still who I nest in a muffin tau, drop an egg
The but there are some go
Our Sleeves And Go To Work. of 239 vital .Job.*. Learn without It. Over half of them Into It, sprinkle with salt and pepper Will Ke !I'leased With

Drive Starts March 1, And We're a "kill that will,be useful to have rolls or bread of some kind, and bake In a slow (325)* F.) ,
you long after the war I"o'er but more than half do not haft oven until Arm. If the family tires Our Fine Service t' ,

Depending On Each And EveryoneOf (If you already havea breakfast food of any kind. of one cereal make a cereal medleyof

You To Do Your Part. skill the Army can use Itt The larger percentage) did not several different prepared) ready I ;

.....) have fruit or milk-a must Item to-eat cereals and serve with fruit
Get full details lit your for students' breakfasts. or berries sugar and cream.
Starke Cleaners & Laundry
WE'LL BE SEEING YOU nearest U- S. Army Recruiting About a fifth of the amount interviewed Art you hucint a time ttrtlching Dry
Station local t
your po do not have meat or
meats? Writ to Mitf Lynn Cnamktttfor
office will give you the a eggs '
pr euci help *l VtttnnVeuapo/ PHONE
< ). Or writes The AdJut- According to tI1-r! own opinion fur Union. 210 South Uttplaint S".... .
ant General. Room 4415, most of them feel they do not Cll :qo. ilL tiaift for,,et la vulouttamptd e

Sternberg's Munitions Building WMhlng- have an adequate breakfast. ..I'.ur...*., 'tHCflof fur Starke, Fla. M. Smith, Prop.I '
ton D. C. your r.pfr-

..- a a tl


time with her husband who was 1 ed to Camp Shelby Miss., after Rhoda Dowling, Fannie Crews, I tiff, vii. Vincent Francis Brier De- 611th, Bomb Sqdn. 376th Ifomb. Inlf (Mao) MutanyoniiEit 0.,. '?IH I ,
O. 681, Post Master No. 21311.
( GRAHAM fendant. l'aae No. 2U.11.OIlDEIl Group A. P. % ':...
; stationed In California. I spending 10 days with his par- Everett Renfroe, Rev. and Mrs OF PUBLICATION New York, N. Y. OF Pt'.. ,
r ? By Bin. Etrl'kl..nc1 ents, :Mr. and Mrs. S. E. Trlest AND NOTICE TO APPEAR You are required to appear on AND NOTICE J.I'i, !\)
Pvt. and Mrs. Clyde Strickland C. C. Butler, Mr. and Mrs. Ira STATE OF FLORIDA to: Vincent March 20th., 1944, In the above STATE 2 OF FLOluiM 1'(1I'I"i ,' X\ \
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Reynolds and and little daughter left Sunday and family. Merritt, Miss Ida Merritt and E. Francis Brier whose residence In nantd Court and cause, whereinRlalntlff (?'*(') Mutany when,. ." '"Ik
Pvt. and Mrs. Clyde Strickland night for Mississippi where he Rev. Hogart filled his regular A. Sapp. % Mr*., Josephine lieer Park Jrrler L>. I.,, New Deer York.ParkAvenue seeks.. .. .divorce Bradford and Maiden County NewBYorktan St., NV,, .' "''''k'' "0:.V,

and daughter were visiting Mr. has been for the past 14 months. appointment at Hope Church Remember services at Long You are required to appear on Telegraph. shall publish thin OrderIn You are required t t... ,,
of Red- March 17th., 1944, In the above next four weekly Issuea. March 20th., J944. , d.rnamed ''
and Mrs Frank Reynolds Sunday. n I
+ 'q Bgt. and Mrs John C. Willis Bridge next Sunday. Everybodycome named Court and cause wherein Witness my hand and official Court and ,, *'"",
dick Wednesday of last week. and son of Fort Myers spent a Mra. C. A. Cochran has returned plaintiff peeks divorce and Custody seal at Htarke. Florida. thin February plaintiff seeks tllvoro.?II"'?, i I iv"a| .
Pvt. and Mrs. Clyde Strickland home from a visit In Madison, and hear the message. of Child. Bradford County Telegraph llth 1M4. of Minor Child. "rail'|t ,""'*
I few days with relatives recently. hall publish this Order In (OFFICIAL 81oAJ.) A. J. Thomas Telegraph shall ,, UI,
+" t' end daughter visited relatives and Mr. and Mrs Jimmie Emler Ga. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Waters of next four weekly lasueit.WltneMH A. Clerk of said Court.T. In next four weekly pnlillv,) i4
friends at HeUbronn Springs and visiting Mrs. R. M. Hersey, Gladys Her- Lake Butler and Carl Sapp and my hand and official Frank' Landrum, Starke Fla. Witness my hand, , '
r, and Bon of Gainesville were Heal. I at Ktarke. Florida., thin February Atty. for Pit. 2-18 4t 8-10 seal at (Mtarke., Florid, ,, ,da
Junior and L. V. Wil- daughters of visited Mrs. thl,
Hersey Tampa
the State Farm Friday Mrs. Emler'a parents, Mr. ney, 14th, 1944. rnary l 161h. 194.OFFICIAL f
.. Florle McKinney of Gaines J. H. Sunday. liams were visiting relatives in V. E. Sapp and Mr. and Mrs. J. (OFFICIAL 8KAIA.: J. Thomas. iv' riitrrrr roritT. imiitFonit ( SEAL) A ..
M/ and Mrs. Sweeney .
AM Clerk nf Said Court.Walter COUNTY. FI.OMIDAl I.N CHAN. An Clerk of said' Cous' ...
Jacksonville this last week-end. L. Johns Friday afternoon.Pvt.
ville was visiting her mother, Mr. and Mrs. C B. Roberts Hardesty, Daytona Beach.Flu. CKIIY.Lillian William D. Morgan ;u, ,
"' Mrs. E. E. Ward, Wednesday. were visiting relatives in Lake Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Sibley and Fonnle Crews left for New Atty. for Plf. 2-18 4t 3-10 Mutany Plaintiff vs. Try- Fla. Atty. for Plf. .{ It"10,

s. Mrs Hilliard Broughton left Butler Sunday. daughter, Ruth, were visiting Mr. River, N. C., after .spending his
l Sibley's mother'and father at furlough here with relatives and IN rilKTIT COI'MT. BRIIIFOKD
Tuesday to spend a few days with Albert Yarbrough of Gainesville Putman Hall Sunday.A. ('(il ,,'rv, KI.OHIIIAl IN CII "*-
,I: : her daughter, Mrs. Drew Walker, visiting friends here friends. CKHY.Charlea .
was H. Kelsay was in Palatka Sllfe, Plaintiff, vs. Fern
wXr I who. Is sick.Russell Sunday. Friday. IN flllC'I'IT COCRT, HHADFOHO Sllfe. Defendant. Cane No. 2843.OJinER 4
ti Starlingarrived Pvt. James Swindell and wife -KHV.rWilbur NOTICE TO APPEAR
day after having a discharge from TIIERESSA and Mrs. S. R. Swindell, W. C. H. Delp Plaintiff Vs Ar- HTATE OF FLORIDA to Fern
1 the Army. He has been stationed 19ntO. DP Ip, Defendant. base No. ftllfc, whose residence IN 21 flfl North
By Mla Ida Ilagan Roden and Walter Sibley were Fourth Street Columbus., Ohio.
{, in England for some time. visiting In Green Cove Springslast OF PtTr-LICATION You are required to appear on
Mr. and Mrs. Harley Starlingand BIRTHDAY PARTY week-end. AND NOTICE TO APPEAR March 20th., 1944, In the ahovenarn.,1
STATES OF FOR1DA tot: Arlln Court and cause, wherein
sons of Brooker were vlBltlng Friday night friends and relatives Don't forget Sunday School Help whore residence In 1631 TIlKh- plaintiff! seeks divorce Bradford p
relatives and friends here Sunday gathered at the home of at Hope Churchat man St.. Allentown rrnnxylvnnla. County Telegraph shall. publish this 0
every Sunday You lira required to on Issues.Witness .
appear Order In next four weekly
h afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Sibley to help 11:00: ) o'clock A. M.,. also. Christian March 6th., 1944. In the above my hand and official
tr, P Cpl. Joe L. Morgan arrived celebrate the former's 46th birth- Union every Sunday nightat named, Court and cause, wherein seal I at Ktarkc Florida. thin February
plaintiff RcrkH dlvorre. Bradford
w Saturday to spend a few days day anniversary. Games were enJoyed 8:00: o'clock. Everyone wel- County Telegraph .hall publish (OFFICIAL 14th., MI 1944.1AI.) A. J. Thomas
with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. by all, after which refreshments come. thin Order in next four weekly A.. Clerk of said Court. rew.arsaI
' S. Morgan. were served. About 60 taallea.Witness. E. K. Perrvman, Starke, Florida.
my hand and offteialseal Atty. for Plf. 2-18 4t 3-20
w Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Starlingwere guests enjoyed the evening. at Starke Florida, this February e
tat 1944.OFFICIAL IN' riHfriT cotter H" 'DFORIJ I
In Starke
vIsiting Sunday Miss Evelyn Youngblood of ( SEAL) A. J. Thomas. <'0' STY, PI,OH III A| IN' fllANCF.IIY. -
uK'' : afternoon. An Clerk of said Court
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Mr. and Mrs. A. Varnes of Tampa Is visiting her cousin, Miss By T. Frank I/andrum, Stark. Florida Regina Jones Harrell Plaintiff, vs.Samuel .
Ruth Atty. for Plf. 2-4 4t 2-26 James Harrell, Defendant.
1 Sibley. those attending to business -
k ? New River attended church here Among Case No. 2927.ORDER .
Sunday Sam Swindell was visiting In Starke Saturday were M. iv' ('lit Ci'IT cornr. nni>Fom> OF PUBLICATION ftpii-Cola Company Long Island City, M 1"
Mrs. Lonle friends here last week-end. I Johns, Mr. and Mrs. B. F Ren- fOI'lITY' FI.OHIIMl IN CHAM-! AND NOTICE TO APPEAR
Hines and 'son arrIved Samuel
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.,L1'FliH .. I Ilin extended visit and''
FLA. STATE FARM with Mr. as the guest of Viola Bilnson, Rev CutxhfeW Is the well lovedmlntNtei ,

By. K. R. IlouvUrSKUING II Mrs! Arch Dobbs Cpl. and :Mrs. her daughters and Grandma Brln- '. YOU CAN GET \

Dobbs were married in Ratone son at Baldwin. She attended Joy' Wilkinson little daughter New Mexico on Jan 3. CpL Church and Sunday School on'' of Arthur Wilkinson, spent the REAL RELIEF
Iw. A few of the hereat Dobbs has been
young transferred from the Sabbath. I week-cm) as the guest of Clara .
. the State Farm have organizeda Denford Colo., to Roberts -
Camp Mr and Mi's. Eugene Garret! May Eunice at her father's homein farm ACID
sewing club, under the direc- Calif. I
have moved from the Jack Wll- Lawtt'Y. IMOIGESTIONCarpenter's
tion of Mrs MArion L. Crews. The j ,
fousEfloLD Pvt. Garland Godwin Is now at klnson place to one of Robert 'I ?
members have started out hemming Camp Pendleton Calif.
Nolan's houses lie will drive a
dish/ towels> but are to learn Pvt. Odell Cauthen, stationed at team of oxen and work In the ;,, ", .mbtn Btttaan

various stitches and plan soon to Camp Plant Park near Tampa, is timber. I
EM 0 $ be making dresses. The mem- I Invest
visiting his brother-in-law and
r. .. bers are: Louella Davis Lila Rae Richard Lang's son who Is in LR' Dime Out of
.. sister, Mr. and Mrs. M. C. Rob !
; :wasnaxr.::: .ra: ;:M xrw:Mv..a uraiwAwwka. ., .cJ. : Caldwell, Pauline Browning Sara erto. the Hope Haven Hospital in Jack. Dollar in
and Grace sonville, is reported doing well. |
Meals Crews and Melverna itr. and Mrs. Jack
Day's Chambers
an Lynn Chambers'Menu Point-Saving Thornton. and daughter-in-law Mrs. J. C. Church at Long Branch was :' .War. Bonds I Drug Store

sing Basic Seven MORE HELP NEEDED Chambers have returned from well attended Sunday afternoon. I

As Your Guide Sausage and Succotash Pie The ladles of the Community visiting relatives In Monticello. -

Pear and Crape Salad I Club are sewing regularly now Barbara Jean Chambers returned

Honey-Orange Bread on Monday afternoon: on a quilt with them f6r an extended visit TODAY..SUIT THE FAMILY TAKIM

Lemon Cups Beverage for the club and on Tuesdayswith D. W. Williams of Lulu Is visiting .

Recipe Given ( the exception of the second Mr. and Mrs. J. L Williams GIANT HoIESAIE

Tuesday, which la reserved.: for Mrs. Eulce A. Bradshitw and
the club Infant daughter, Carol Bea, FOOD IRICESIN
meeting) on Red Cross area
log this I
and can meet the .
you requirements at home from Alachua RETAIL
of both. \work. We would be glad if all County CENTERS STORES (
Hospital In
Now, here is some concrete help 'ladles on the Farm would Join Gainesville sron s
in the work. Mr. and Mrs. A C. Davis hadas
i I 1 to stretch those red points: C
S i iR guests recently Mrs. Davis'
< Sausage aDd Succotash Pie. Mrs. T. M. Connors wa called, brother, Clifford Rhmlen, wife Quantity Rights Roionrod

1 pound pork(Serves 4 to 6)meat) to the bedside of her mother. Mrs and daughter from Macclenny, I Full Month'i Supply Prices Good Thru Saturday, February 26

sausage Mary McAndrews, of Scranton, also: Pvt. and Mrs Clyde Si lick-
3 cooked 100 TabUli' 89c
cups dried or fresh Uma
beaDS Pa., last Thursday. Before she land and daughter from Camp

Hi} to t cups cooked cord could reach there word came Dorn Miss.Supt. Lovotrs Enriched White No Points! Stand. Cut Green

S tablespoons red pepper, chopped that Mrs. McAndrews had passed L. F. Chapman went to
Bread KOZ 8c
2 tablespoons shortening away. Our sympathy is extended Orlando recently where he addressed -

4 tablespoons flour to Mrs. Connors the Rotary Club. Mrs., Super BrandMargarine Beans :I no 2 cans 25c

t cups milk I Mrs. J. L. Robinson( and Mrs Chapman visited Dr. and Mrs.J. 17c

Lightly fry sausage. Drain well. I H. L. Parker went to Jacksonville S. Chapman, Mr. and Mrs. G. >

Combine with vegetables. Make Friday to attend the funeral E Brown,, Judge and Mrs. FrankA. : '
white sauce by of our former friend and neighbor Smith and Mrs. Robert Chap- Fancy Spring Cr_ Cut Should. I". : Lovctt's Plat Cut Sl.wln 1..1 Ib. Ira I
Blind Lamb U"., .Ib. TcndarayBeef 10-in. SMndlaa Rib B.I..Ib. :MaSitlaia ,
blending flour into Mrs. Romeo Foucher, who man, while Mr. Chapman attendedto I M.",,, Rb Chap _.Ib. Plobaaa Sl.a .Ib. 37a I 'I'
melted'' short- I was claimed by death on Feb. 17. business in Tampa. Together Land, FfMk 11r._t Lamb Sl.. Palti...._. ...|b.Ib. I Blade Rd. Sl.ak Chuck. Ib' 4le Raail Club_Ib lb. )9a 11." "t'

ening. Add milk : Mrs. Cl>as. Turney, Jr., and they returned Friday. Sirloin Chap __ lb. Fr.." Hambura -_....-Ib. 2Sa
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slowly, stirring I little daughter, Joanna, who have John E. Crews, brother of P. S. u
Atlliie a little kit of meatt with constantly. Cook \ ;'. been visiting Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Crews, who has been In trainingat Packer's Trimmed 17.000 Pounds Sensationally Pricedl I Northern FUhFILLETS '

ieUbles and tuck under m Havor- until thickened. ',Turney, returned to Jacksonville! Great Lakes Training Station, Square Cut Fresh

flaky piecrust and serve the Season, then add Thursday, accompanied by Mr. Ill, has had a medical dischargefrom PORKWhola.

Lily a meat pie. All vegetable to meat mixture. Pour into baking! : and Mrs. C. M. Tur n e y :Mrs. the Navy and has returnedto II BACONArmour's No Bone or Wastel 'I "I
I meat are served In one dish. '
ca"j Top with pastry. Bake In a I, Newton and Marshall A. Bouvler. his home in'Mlaml. He wasa hall shank Pork R4 Perch _lb. 39e
and serving dishes.there hot
jDle oven ) 30 to 40 min-
utes. degrees Mrs. Walter Ward, Miss Lela former pupil of B.H.S.' In Hams Ib :29c Star Mackerel Ib. 35c ,.
fee Ward.. end bliss Jackie, Vrfcliriw r\t Starke, .. Poflock _lb. 19* I
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Pork aDd Apple Turnovers. Whole), half shank Pork -
Inverness were guests! of Mr. Pvt. and Mrs David Skolnik of __Ibs 320
king menus? That's a question (Makes 4 to 6)) Siioulderslb27Ma Famous "Star" Bacon Butterfly
homemakers frequently Combine 1 cup chopped apple with and Mrs Jack Chambers over I Ft. Sill Okla., have arrived to at a hot price ;..J C

put to theN I cup chopped cooked pork. Roll 'the week-end. Mrs. O. S. Cham- visit Mr. and Mis. B. Herahfleld. Bruk.l Ends Spar -while it lasts, lb. Dress, Ready to Fry Pan

-' food experts. Yes, pastry thin and cut in 8-inch squares. bers accompanied,)'them home fora Pvt. Skolnik left: for New York Grade B, Rindless Sliced BaconMorrellts Fish Ib 15c

there Suppose Heap half of square with pork and visit. City, but will return} ohortly. RIBSI Small. large
you are given a apple mixture. Fold over diagonally. Mr. and Mra V. V. Flowers of Mi' and Mrs.' J, E. Drlggera Palace ib 32c
list of foods to be of Jacksonville; 'were Shrimp ib 22 29
Moisten edges and press to Gainesville were guests of Mr. guests of
included In ;your gether. their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Rich- lbs 25cPork Fid. Spanish
top. Bake In a hot and Mrs. J. Williams Monday. Rind-on Go. Smoked Grade A Breakf'at Bacon
dally diets, a sort oven 30 to 40 minutes. Mr. and Mrs. L. Watts and son ard Pierce, recently. Mackerel 15c

general plan that you can adapt These ham and asparagus cutlets Linwood Jr., were Sunday guestsof Second Class Seaman, F. B. Lee Bacon Ib 25c Strips Ib 32c Salted Mackerel t

very day's needs. Can you make give a new twist to congenial and Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Malone at training at Great Lakes! Training Tolls Ib 15cIn I
your menus? Here is the blue- favorite foods: Macclenny. Station in Illinois' Is spending a Western Streak 0' Lean rinds Ib 25c

it: ten day furlough with his Viskina-Chill<; Con Whole Salted Flah
Mr. and Mrs. R. V. S. Martllngof parents, White Bacon ib 19c
roup I. Green and yellow vege- Mr and 1111'.. Frank Lt>e.Mis. . Come Ib 35c Roo Ib 49c
Melrose were supper'guests of I
cs. At least one of each kind t r Lester Dobbs has returned Fresh PorkKnuckles
lit. and Mrs. M. K. Griner Fri
lId be Included dally to meet from a visit with her sister, Mrs. Ib 15c Half or WholoHams ) fid. Speckle
mln and mineral requirements day night. Trout Ib 30c
M. Modling, In Jacksonville
he diet. W. G. Lee and M.-dS Jetta Lee Pork ib 34c Slices, ib 49cPork
Mrs C. M. Turney's sister, Mrs.S. Fla. Whole
roup II. At least one lervlng of of Lulu and Mrs. E. L.. Hewett R Foster, who had, come to Tripe Ib 12'/2c Whillngib 12.'hc
grapefruit or tomatoes to and children Gerald and Lee of Neck Kln TasH-Cream
ges Florida for a visit, of some weeks, Kingan Tender Ground <7an
enough Vitamin C in the diet. Lake City were guests of Mr. was called home almost immediately Sausage Ib 35c Bones 2 Ibs 15c Lard 2-lbs 43c: Armour Star PureLARD
nod time to get this requirement and Mrs. J. .1, Williams Friday. by the sudden death of her
is during breakfast. -with the Mis. T. E. Andrews of Tallahassee husband's Pork Backbone Sl.c.d Pork Beet
mother. In Knoxville
t .aStuffed Is the guest of Mr. and Tenn. niblets Ib 7c Liver Ib 21c Brains Ib 15c
III. Potatoes or other'fruit 'Mrs; J. L. Williams 1-Ib, 2.Ibs. 4.Ibs.
oup Announcement has been received Grade A Swiss Western Pork Ears, Select Pork
vegetables to add more mlni Mr. and Mrs. Vance Geiger from Mr.. and Mrs. J. H. Ruskin Cheeseslb\ 32c. Feel Ib 12c Bralips Ib *7c 17c 34c 60c
i and vitamins to the diet. and Bon Bradley, Mis. M. F. Miami, of the arrival of a
IV. Milk or milk products. Pancake Rolls Ham and i Coper and granddaughter, Beverly
oup I
I daughter Roberta Elizabeth, on

hint may per be day in for the adults form of 1 quart milk Asparagus low In point-value Cutlets or but Hamburgersare give plen- sonville and Miss were Sue Sunday Vernnees guests of Jack.of F'"b.S.: Bouvler Mrs Rusk, granddaughter the form..rJeannIe I I B ice Calif. Pbarl 4 Ibs 33C I III

[ children), fresh or evaporated, ty of sip and stlrk-to-lhe-rib qualityto Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Bradley. of Mr. and Mrs J. A. Bouvler.
cheese. your meals. Have them often to ; Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Wiggins and
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was a former student, .
of B!! S.
give variety to I
roup V. Meat, poultry, fish eggs menus daughter, Marie, visited Mr. and In Starke. -

dried beans, peas, nuts or pea- i Ham and Asparagus Cullets.Sen..s I Mrs. H B. Wiggins at Hampton I Canned Peas Crisp FloridaLETTUCE
butter This is needed to Sunday
group CLAY lULL '
( 6)) 6 Varieties AISP ,.
Id and repair body tissue. Mrs. W. J, Overs!reet and son Liiru
14! cups cooked chopped asparagus Uy nurgiMtCorrpsjiondcnt Sale!
roup \I. Bread flour and eels 14} cups diced, boiled ham Herbert were guests of Mr. and 6 Hot Buys

are required to meet energy !H cup fine bread crumbs Mrs. Claude Johns Friday.<
ids and the vi. II 2 tablespoons shortening Word was received recently NEW; NKKillBOUH Milton Early June

nin B needs of !IIII'rt"!!f! 4 tablespoons floor that Lola Irene youngest daughter CICKA7U IIKAfTY Tender Early June Peas
I body. Be sure d!h!! of Mr. and i Mr. Atkins and have lZ
1 cup milk Mrs. G. L. Cox family not -you'll like this Milton C
It any of these ,tldli,!!!I'i!''I a! :;;'iia 1i. Mix asparagus with ham and of DeLand had developed a very been so long at' Dumber 2, Hugh Brand. No. 2 can-

you use areole ': i!I'II 1:,; crumbs. Melt shortening blend in serious eye condition.: We hope Turpentine Co. (tCamp, but they 3 hds 10c
grain! enIched -_ q' flour. Stir in milk. Cook until thick. for speedy Improvement have created beauty there. The Our Favorite '

or re- ..- ed; j,' Add to first mixture, season to taste. E. D. Mobley is out again aftera grass has all been raked free of Nicely Graded I
|red. You would ChilL Shape mixture to resemble painful Illness of several weeks rubbish, all fences repaired. The Peas are these 3.slnelZ I

e to eat four chops. Dip In crumbs, then egg diluted and spent the week-end with his porch Is very attractive with I "Our Favorite" C None Higher! TexasCarrots

es as much ordinary bread, for with water, again In crumbs. family at Sanford.Mr. flowers and ferns. The schoolchildren No. 2 can-

imple, to get as much nutritionalue Heat enough fat in skillet to cover and Mrs. J. A. Bouvier on the bus passing to First Prize Small SweetTop Bunch 5C
as one loaf of enriched bread bottom of skillet generously. Fry
itains. accompanied by their son, Marshall and from school notice the beauty
cutlets slowly until golden brown. A. Bouvier, who has been then comment on it at school. It Quality like the label -
roup VII. Butter or fortified marine I Serve with Cheese Sauce: Melt 2 say.-"Flrst
their guest for the makes everyone happier andI prlz..17c
Use some of either every tablespoons shortening, blend In 3 past week Small Sweet Peas. Fresh FloridaBroccoli Florida
y to give energy and vitamin A.hat's tablespoons flour, stir in 1% cups i spent the week-end at McIntosh think of lire old saying "A 2 can-
the plan. Use food out of milk. Add IVi cups grated cheese. |and Ocala Little Ilia Patricia thing of beauty Is a Joy forever." bch 19c Cauliflower ib 10c

cry group,'every day. Cook until cheese melts. |I McRae accompanied her grand- Glenn Valley 4SieveYou'll
tTXtIt.\I.; SiittICKM: : Crisp FloridaCelery
Idaho Biking, (In Mesh Bag)
he best parents home and, their
way to divide the groups Stuffed Pancake Rolls. son returned bargain _
Mrs. Vennle Mosley was burled buy a
a three balanced meals will run (Serves 4 to 6)) to his home In Miami.A. at Long Branch. Sunday, after when you buy Glenn V B Potatoes10.lbs57c 2 for 15c
''lething like this: 2 cups flour R. M. 3-c Richard Vorase Valley 4-Sleve Poas. No. Jt4bfl C
She 89 old and
noon. was
for breakfast: Citrus fruit, cereal, 54 teaspoon salt of Cecil Field and Detroit, Mich., years 2 can- Fla Grace Canadian
the mother of Harrison
gS: milk or beverage, toast.or li teaspoons baking powder was a guest of Mr. and Mrs G. Monley.
lunch or dinner: Meat (poulor 1 beaten egg C. Crews Monday. Sympathy Is extended to the relatives Valley Prime Early June Cabbage ib 2'/2c Rutabagas ib 4c

fish, etc.), vegetable In elpr 2 cups milk 11and: Mrs. Claude John and Peas no 2 can 12c Polished StuartPecans U. S. I York
Mr. and Mrs. Chas Wilkinsonof
group I or III, milk or milk 2 tablespoons melted shortening; Sons Claude Jr., and Herbert
Jacksonville and Mr. and Mrs. ib 11cPotatoes
ducts. Itt cups chopped cooked lamb were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Winthrop Undergrade ib 35c Apples
"or dinner or sapper: Meat poulor 1 leftover Jack Wilkinson visited Sunday lOc
cup gravy Clyde Johns at Macclenny pun- Peas no 2 can l
flah. vegetable or fruit from V i cup grated cheese daY. with their I sister! Mrs. Fred U. s. No I Main. i

f>ups I, n, or III. Milk or milk Sift dry Ingredients. Stir in egg I Mrs. Roy Fisher of Worthington Lang. Charlie s a y s his Bon,

duct, and also bread and butterm milk and shortening. Melt enoughfat Springs visited Mr. and Mrs. Charles, who is, in the army In Gold Medal 10 Ibs 33c
>m VI and VII.lAn In Texas will be home
groups In skillet to cover bottom. Make Bryan W ltfleld Tuesday a camp ,

easy way to plan the menus I It 6 large thin pancakes S Inches The Prison employees and their soon on furlough. ,... Juicy Florida Grapefruit or _
1 write down the foods and the cor. across. Brown on both sides. Mix i Word has been received that FlourOnly
families are Invited to a supperat Pound 5cLand
Impending number of the group of meat with gravy. Heap meat in ; Austin a former Studentat Oranges
|>d from which it comes, U you dot center of each pancake. Roll up. the Club House Monday night, Clay 11111 Ia now with the .
Feb. 28, at o'clock.
use one or two of the groups Sprinkle with cheese. Heat In oven After armed forces In a camp In Texas. .rIITour'Wltb O' Sunshine Silver Wings Enriched
there will be
ring one meal, pick them up at until cheese melts. supper Importlentmatters Marlon Wilkinson who attended Golden Key
f next. No chance for slips, here! Savory Cabbage. up for discussion. This the University a t Gainesville = Coupons Flour 20-lbs 89c Flour 5-lbs 27c

>ep one eye on the plan and the (Serves 6)) Invitation Is signed by Supt. L. stays at one of -fraternity Water Ground White Land 0' Sunshine Peanut
|>er on the ration books while do- Shred 1 small head of cabbageInto F, Chapman.Mr. .
houses now. How proud we are Meal 5 ibs 20c Butter 24-oz Jar 29C
3 tablespoons of fat in a skillet, and Mrs. ..1. O. Caldwell ,
of Itarlon. Watch him in the
cover and cook slowly 13 minutes. and family spent Sunday at 5 Ibs 30cSauer's Honey Brand Party Billow\ or Custom Flaked

Lynn Says: Add 1 cup cubed salami or cervelat, Ocklawaha with Mr. and Mrs. future. Loaf 12-oz 35c Fish 15-oz can 29c

salt and pepper and heat thoroughly, J. B. Caldwell.Mr. I'NEfMO.M=" FATAL

What they do: The basic seven Spinach. I I and Mrs. C. S. Galbraith TO SCHOOL! STL'DKNT!

'"od requirements are so madeP Cook late spinach with bacon rind Iof Jacksonville were guests of Evelyn Padgett, a pupil of Clay --.trj

>i as to take care of the body's cut In snippets. Buying slab bacon I lMr, and Mrs. Bryan Whltfleld Hill Jr. High, died Sunday

emand for certain types of food. with rind saves points. f'i May. Ing of pneumonia. She had evenVANILLA

For example, proteins, minerIs reens. Friends are glad to hear that 111 since Christmas. She way 16 If I
and water are all essential Chop 2 cups cooked greens with 1 )oIl'!!. J. Wallace Is again making years old and the daughter of "' Soup Mixes 3 for 24c

a building torn parts of the body tablespoon onion juice 2 tablespoons her home In Jacksonville Lt. Preston Padgett. The community No. 2 12c
nd keeping them in They horseradish cup sour cream salt
repair. Wallace is at present stationed Is deeply grieved at their loos.
're needed for issues bones, and pepper. Serve on toast with somewhere In the New England t

uscles. blood and other fluids. crisp bacon. states expecting to H. sent over- P. T. A. JIEKTIN'O: NBC Honey MaidGiahams "

Energy for breathing, heart action Potato Salad. leas noon.Mm. The Clay Hill P. T. A. met ib 18c

circulation of the blood, and Add 1 tablespoon ripe dill seedsto :M.: L. Crews has receiveda Thursday P. M. Mrs. Cussie Wilkinson -
>ther salad and serve cold with Quart
bodily functions is supplied potato Educator
letter from her son, Cpl. Marion the president, presided. r
f pnd X fuel foods-foods rich In fats sliced tongue. L. Crews, Jr., from some- They are going to have the piano Crax s-oz pkg 10c :

sugar Art having e time stretching where in Australia! saying that tuned and will help with the com- 17c ;
To you
keep up the body's resistance r-meaU? W nit to Mia Lynn Chamber he Is well and to tell everybodyhello mencement which will be Friday Celbeck Meal or I
to disease to keep It in good help at //I'.aI".. Awtpo- write him. 21 Leon and
lor practical and to to He night. April Carter Grits 2 lbs 15c "
funning order of Str., .
is the function '
South Dnplauun
off (; .IDII. lays he Is gaining) } In weight andnow Billy Wilkinson are the 9th gradegraduates. ,
regulation and foods Don't forget la tncloM '.
protective Chicago, III the scales at 204 pounds. te Slel.I/ Cube

|hue ter a'e and the roughage.vitamins minerals. tamped"pl.nH-addrnuid tni-tlopa Jwymn Mrs.tip Warren K. Dobbs wifeof ,I Lura Burgess, -a teacher at Starch 4 for lie I riEACHIS! REMOVES NUMEROUS STAINS MOOORIZtS DISINFECTS 5

R.I..d bl Wutem Ntwspjpar' Boloo CpL Dobbs, has arrived for Clay Hill, spent Saturday night -.- ':,,_ r_ 5l l


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: :TIr. .un a had but Circuit -Court- of Bradford County, : this Older In -n -xWlthen '

q ; ASTP Tests At BHS Bible Conference trol. Aa Mr. Jackson Florida, In Chancery Cane. No. I,!I 18"u.. I C".

I one arm having lost the other In ,,3947. by F. U JoneH plaintiff, and my hand "
OUR SERVICE MEN To accident number of In whlih you and each of you are at JoItttrk.. Fluiida. 01 0118Ih.
On March 15thThe Open Sunday i an a years .. 11144. I'. .
defendant that the relief sought '
.. ... ItmN .r Inrre.. ...........nlmilrmlf ... I unable to steady the
l>. ..1 SO _..____ ago. he was In Haiti stilt l In to quiet and ton- A. .1 j
..r <>a.... IMirrnt, unit friend are uricrd" to ; described. land a* an indefeasible (011'1' '
cooperate br brlnitlnic In .c... and ,IetftVNfroiN Qualifying Test for the Army truck was passing and the right fee pimple. title, and you are hereby lnll1'ht & Cniglit ,;: "1\1, ,I (
........ "MrrIiec f""J"I
b from for
the > iinar Attys l'lf.
mm are .!... re........Ml t" .wrIl e t.. the Specialized Training: Program and rear wheel crushed his head. or by r"'llIlr.d attorney to) appear In mild (Comt|personally and! _ it'I

1.1..IC..IIP" reiMirilnie ..e.ln nnd mtnlllrnof he Navy College Program V-12 ) I He is survived by his wife Mrs. cause on March 27 A. D 1944 or '\ ('IIITIT (
. 01 It
In' '' which will be given throughoutthe Laura Norman Jackson. the allegation of plaintiff woin tOt'i'I'1. FLOUu"I' 111111'

1 Bill of Complaint will be taken (,'.:U". : i\ I'll
country on Wednesday, March I Funeral services were held .
Fla.George a* confessed by you. The Pradford Robert 'V. unbar
RETURNS TO STATES 15. at 9:00: A. M., will be administered Monday afternoon In Dyal Cemetery County Telegraph In hereby denliinated Violet Bollar, 1vnda, .'iClitilt,. ,'
Fred Loften Deaver, 19-year-old C. Powell, son of :Mr. the Bradford High a* the duly qualified newsPaper I .
at In which' this notice shell 2950.ORDER
and MI's. C. J. Powell was Inducted : OF
son of Mr. and Mrs. Harvey School, Foster Slit Smith, Principal .[>e published. once each week for AND NOTICE'ATI'.,

1 ; of Starke has returned to the Into the Army the latter announced yesterday. A .. I four consecutive week prior to STATE OF 1"1.01tI\J To\ ;'\J'I'v! '

: states after a tour of duty in ittf part of January. His address I Is: Information Mrs. Simpson DiesMrs. said return day. Bonar, whose resident. J.i hiI J
leaflet of general
Geo. C. Powell34910093.Co. Witness my hand and official I I Ave, Sun tonlo, Texai ""'
: Atlantic aboard a U. S. Navy I which contains an admlsslon-lden- neat at Htarkn.. Bradford County You are required I"
class A 28 Slg. Tng. Bn, C-S-C- Marveene D. ,.Simpson age this. of I March all tt
war vessel. He is a first form be obtainedat Florida 21t day February I 27th, 1844, I III, Ih. :
the NavyIn R-T-C, Camp Crowder, Mo. tification may I II I 45, wife of Edward B. Simpsonof A. D. 1944. A. J. THOMAH, named Court and lauplaintiff ". ..
Since entering
seaman. the High/ School. This form Clerk of Circuit Court, Bradford seeks dlvon
the Gem Company
;1942 he has had Jewelry County, Florida. County Telegraph
September, filled out will admit to I. "h"III1I1"II.
the Atlantic and NOW IN J\CK IONVILLK properly died In Alachua Hospital, Gainesville (OFFICIAL. SEA) I Order In next four W..kly
convoy duty In the teat students between the ages of T Frank Landrum,' Attorney for' Witness my hand Hi,, I"".
bar of the Seaman let Class Richard Ray, at 7:30: p. m. Thursday '
wears the campaign of 17 and 21 inclusive who are L Plaintiff S-2S 4t S-17 seal at Starke, Florida ,
American theatre of war son of Mrs. _last week, five hours after she I ruary 22nd., 1944. thl'l

Irene Drake of I;. high school graduates or who will I, tad' been removed from her homein IX: TUB (Ol'NTV JI'Or.K'H ('Ol'RTIM ,I (OFFICIAL SIoAI.) A. J. Th 1
be graduated by July 1, 1944. Intent A\l> FOR Hit A 1) FOIIU A. Clerk of said COtll't.
Ii i : ADDRKSS Starke has been I 1 the Jones Ambulance following T. Frank I.andrum, .
CHANGES: OF to take the test should be (,'Ot'\1'Y..FI.01lIn.! ... :tanlte PI""
The Telegraph has received the transferred from i iN'or a paralytic stroke. TO WHOM IT MAY CONCEHN: Atty. for PlC 2i i iIre II
made known immediately to Mr. Notice I.. hereby given that I -

following new addresses of service man, Okla.,I ",11 I I Smith or Mrs. T. H. Osborne In H .. I Mrs. Simpson, who was a member have filed my Final Accounting* CIIICMT: rot'liT. iil111
men: to the Naval Air; ; I- of the Christian Church, had I Administratrix of the Rvtate of (COUMTY KLOIIIItit |
I ord' r that the necessary fat supplies 'I"
John A. Dohm and will on the27th CI11"Y.John .
'. Jr.-14183698, Station In Jack been resident of this community '
Pvt. George Flynn may be ordered. a day of March. 1944 make application A. Zebedee, Plaintiff' V,

432nd SEF 25, Am. Tng. Det., sonville. He has I DR. PETTINGILL -I for the past three years. to the County Judge; of Zcbedee, Defendant. <'H.eOKDBH 1';,

AAFPSASB Napier Field, Doth- been In the The same examination will betaken She formerly lived In Columbus Bradford C o u nty, Hon. B K. OF PUBJ.II'ATIIi,,,
::4 for Final Discharge 'a. AND NOTICE
and Ferryman TO
I by both Army Navy APPEi
an. Ala. Navy for six The Prophetic Bible Conference Ohio. Her body was removed aid Admlnlntratrlx STATE OF .', >

4'l 4 Pvt. A. J. Thomas, Jr.-34794471 months and priorto t l candidates. The examination la to be held with Dr. William L.. there for Interment. MINNIE. : D. OARDINEH.A Zebedee whose residence fa
designed to test the aptitude and Admin Utratrl* of Estate of known.
it'' ,, p tquadion 458 Special I I Pilots entering the for Pettingill as ,speaker will open ., John A. ohm. Deceased You are required to anna.. ..

draining School Hendrlcki Field. service was a general knowledge required Sunday, Feb. 27. and will continue GUM BRANCH ".n 4* S-17 March 27th. 1944 In the. ,
ip l the program of college trainingand named Court and online, "j,
student In B. H. March 2 each
1 ? i through Thursday, By Mr.*. T. N. Norman NOTHH 1O rilKIMTORS plaintiff seeks divorce Bttt
w ; POLITICAL S. He recently all qualified students are urged evening at 8 o'clock. All persons having: claims or demands County Teleg-naph. uluill. POI

to take the test. At the time aaalnt the estate of Charley this Order In next four
: .t..i.,1 1.5. 'tk we.kll,
4 : VU91I.CU U4B UtW DxPettingill Is one of the most A. D. Norman made a business Dlnkln. deceased, are hereby required ue

.jlv ''SCHOOL 1I.'P..1IU.T..nWIITI er In Starke. of. the -test_. _each.__ _candidate I ____.l__ will_ _1_be_ outstanding Bible teachers of the trip to Gainesville Saturday. -...-...-..,-, ..and.-. ...-notified-.....- -to. "......file-. .,....-their.......-. {nWltneHH_, C'h'u my hand. u and_"ot.u' "
: FOR given a crtoice: 01 Bervice: : preier- t. "'8 ""'''8 U. .u. eat KC ccarKe, r loriua, tn.
hereby present mynelf a* .a candidate the does not times and this opportunity of Mr. and Mrs.. Ed Addison and Judge
1l I for the office of Superintendent : GOOD CONDUCT MEDALPfc. ence, but taking test hearing him should not be missed children of Jacksonville who have In the Courthouse at Starke FlorIda ( SEAl.) A. J. ThA ,
of Public Inxtructlon .uhJ..t for. obligate the candidate to enlistIn within eight calendar months Clerk of said Court
S. Overstreet
1 to the pleasure of the voter. In the Billy a by anyone interested in current been spending several days with from the date of the first publication T. Frank I-andrum, Hturk., n
( 1 Primary Election of May 2. 1144If mer student at B.H.S., has been the events lathe' light of Bible Mrs. Addlson'8 parents, returned of this notice, or the same. will Atty. for 1'lf. 2-2541!
\ l elected to thin office, I will at awarded the Good Con- The Army Specialized Training become void according to law.
yt all time. conduct tnynelf In a manner Army's Prophecy.Dr. home Friday and were accompanied This February 15. lit 44
conducive to the promotion of I duct Medal for "exemplary be- Program is aimed to meet the Misses Leila Mae and Annie. Dlnklns,

the educational .y.tem 0 f thla' havior efficiency and fidelity Army's needs for specialists and and Mrs. Pettingill are expected by U F. ninklnaF.ierutorn I. .'
county. I earneiitly nollclt your to arrive In Starke Sat- Evelyn Clark. of the La..t Will and
'i vote and aupport while serving In the Army of the technicians I n certain critical Testament of Charley Dlnkln, de- 8t:
and will the "Pro- Mr. and Mrs. L. G. Norman STROUTGreatest
urday occupy ;
; United States." The award vas fields of study. Academic work ceated. 2-18 4t 3-10 !
phet's Room" over the Taber and children spent Sunday with ....
FORVNT'Y" ('"M'I'/UlllllO.EM announced by Headquarters, lilt Is at the college level at government IM ciRrriT (OIIIT.; BitutFonn 4. MI .r .!?
nacle. Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Sapp at Sampson try pnpertr. 5155 MI*
I hereby announce my candidacyfor Bn., 321st Infantry Camp San expense. ('flI"STY" FI.ORlnA IN tllAN- n._ ..._ .f Heine*-rut
County Commissioner from District At the close of the regular ser City. 1 CRKYneorae .
1 to the wilt of LuLl Obl Calif where Billy The College Program also Aeveaare. Buyers from all seqWend
No. subject po ,. Navy T fore Plaintiff VII. Anna
be .
there will .
the Democratic voters In he primary la now stationed. enables students to continue acad- vice Friday night Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Edwardsand R. (tore. f.f.ndant.No., 1940 Free 5.S lletlnir.E.

election. May 2. If elected an Interesting Baptismal service. children of Jacksonville were ORDER OF ptTBLIfATrON A. STROUT REALTY ACC
I promise to help administer the mlc training at government ex AND NOTICR TO APPEAR

1 t affair of the entire county In an BACK TO BAINBRIDGE pense. Successful completion of visiting relatives in this section STATE OF FLORIDA to AnnaR. Represented
; / honent. fair and 'square manner to P6unds Oore. whose residence I I. 1100F.
the next of my ahllltv Your vote Chas. A. (Bud) Jenkins return the prescribed courses may, following 13,000: last week-end. Street N. R, Washington D. C I Locally by

J and active support will be greatlyappreciated ed yesterday to the Bainbridge further officer training Waste Paper Mr. and Mrs. A. R. McRae of You are required to appear on.In."h F. C. HOLLINGSWOR',
'I -R. I.. Crawford Md, Naval Base after spending a _leari___ to._ a_ commission__.______n__ _In n the___ _Navv.__ __ I' - - Pine Level were vlsltlnz Mr. and _.___ 20th. 1944._ In hUh'the, __L abovenamen ___'_ ,._ .
't v ,,1 I court ana cause wnereinplaintiff I S.C C." II.U' Ot.
.' nine-day furlough nere wun ace Applicants must be Seniors or Collected HereThe Mrs. T. N. ?orman Sunday .seeks divorce Bradford II

Tn The FOR voter sItEltll4Fi unit cltlxeri of family. A well-known local painter graduates who are between 17 Mr. and Mrs. Carlton: Chastaln County Telegraph shall publish
tt Bradford County. he has completed his boot and scrap paper continues and little daughter of Hamptonwere
I I hereby announce my candidacy with consider able force
1 for rK-el. ..<.tlon to the office o.fEelh..rltt training and upon returning 22.FARM with collected visiting her parents.Mr. EVERY BRANCH OF
over 13,000 pounds
I will to the O
of Bradford County, In Bainbridge report
NOTES and Mu-s H. M. McRae and
( since the drive started three
T1 which I am now serving my second G. U. (Outgoing Unit pool)
term tflnce my election aw your Uy L. T. Dyer County Agent weeks ago says S. E. Sparks. daughters. Vesta and Odessa, of
Hheilff. I t<.Av. at nil tImes conducted where he will receive his new
'u the duties of thin. mot Important and permanent ratingof Chairman, County Salvage Com Pine Level were guests of Mr. !)

l office In a fair, honnnt.hoiior assignment Seed Peanut mittee. and Mrs. T. N. Norman Friday

..M'.. aruj Imtmrtlal manner 3id. Class Petty Officer. Bud's The Government has released evening.T. n $ UranCeR.

In seeking; re-election I am dolnnMI visit home was made more pleas seed peanuts for sale for planting.The Tlje three1 groups collecting
4 'your Hherlff
mi lilY r"c""II aM N. Norman made a business
T for the pant eIght year during ant by the fact that quite a few only authorized dealers In paper-the 4-H Club Boys, the

' wlilth I have. HI all time nerved of bin old friend, now In various this section The Greenwood Boy Scouts and the Girl Scouts- trip to Waldo Saturday.Mr. .
1 {Pi In a manner that I feel free toHolklt and Mrs. Bob Crawford of
r ,, your vnte and "mipnort' I In services! were enjoying furloughs Products Co., High Springs andC. have done a good Job with the

I 14'1 the primary election of May: 2. In Starke at the same time he H. Lake Butler. drive. However, the exact figuresare Woodlawn spent the week-end C. WALL
,tl' l 1841 1 have served. an Mherirf In not available at this l time of with Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Sapp. .
, was heie.Assessor.
; one of the most trying times In Disinfect Peanut SeedIt
'1 the. hIstory of nrartfnid I'ounty auiuly the amount each collected. The Miss Dorothy Norman, of Jacksonville .

Invite you at any time to Invextlcrate pays to disinfect peanut seed Lawtey P. T. A. added 3.150 was visiting her parents,

,: my record 1 have woi;ked FindsConditions to kill disease germs before plant- Mr. and Mrs. T. N. last AgencyConstant
,//1 at all lines to; make Bradford pounds t(, our County totals last Norman

County a respectable tilnce to live GoodIn ing. Better stands and healthier week. Credit Is due the teachers week-end.
I earnestly. solicit. your vote arid the results. Be sure
1 vupport on May I. plants are and pupils of Lawtey Schoolsfor Mr. and Mrs E. S. Sapp are Service Over'50 Years
*' O. ANDtllOU. [ CountyAfter to treat all seed peanuts this II the proud of
c : r'A. this fine piece of work. Con parents a new son
t' year with Arasan. Get It at seedstoicr. born Monday Feb. 21.
FOR CIfl''tYEO5JtlM5lOBlt.. completing his annual siderable quantities have been collected ,
l At the.UI.'I1.request r of TWO many of my rounds" to Lawtey There l'a. through the other schoolsIn Please Phone 146CLASSIFIED

,,\ friends, I hereby annouiioe my cutilldacy Hampton Graham, Brooker and Cabbage the County also. IN rmrtir, . cniicr, len \lI'Olt1)
*!, t ( for County .mml""I..r The Government ia l buying cabbage ('01 % ,. "FIUIIII, llll.\>-
j 4 I from Hlxtrlct Number" Two (North New River on Wdnenday and at 70 cents 50 pound( Mr. Sparks says he is very ('EItY.flay. .

v HI ark.) and If Nominal nil and Thursday of last week Tax per proud of the help the people of o Smith.I Plaintiff VBChancy .
'I I' J'lortpd. I will continue to ".*,.veto bag in car lots at the Farmers U. Smith, Defendant. Cane
'f : the heat of my iiMltly ax I have Assessor E3. W Hayes l'epoI.tsthat Market. Those having cabbagefor the County have given in this No.: 2"MS. ADS

J..:t In the print I wish to thank my "the goose hangs high" with drive In collecting this Item thatis litHER OP PIJELIPATIOV
i J lendx for their nuxt ul'I'.rl. nnil, sale should see Mr. White at AND NOTir-n TO APlUAUSTATi
1 L I. hope that you will again favor me rural It i'adfoid Countlans this the Market so that arrangementscan so urgently needed in. the war ': OF- FLORIDA to: Chancy
/, 8'I: ; with your volox. In the Mny I'i. l- season.In 'effort and that he especially ap- O Smith whose residence lit 259 WANTED LOST Parker 81 Fountain
'1 be Maffltt
I mnrleNAiralh Wilmington, North
thankIng you. I am. explanation Mi. Hayes says made.Seed predates the good work of the Carolina. 'or gray with gold top and U
I t', Yours Coin trucks for haul- You are required' to Listings on apartment, houses
respectfully, In spirits. city In furnishing appear on J. J. S. Finder H
that folks are good '
,.. U L. CONNER.f Fla. Hybrid W-1 is the out- the to the Faimers' March 87th. 1944. In the above. homes for rent, located within 20 please
I and as a Ing paper named Court Mrs. Jack i
They're making money and cauxe" wherein Shea, Kelly
itIt. "Ol"NTVItlSIIIM ;: nll""IO"I 1I the tax situation doesn't standing white variety for Flor- Market and C. H. Nasworthy for plaintiff seeks divorce. and Custody mile of Starke Reward.

,' "r "IIIHKI1 result ida. This corn the I Experiment of Minor Child. Bradford, County 119 East Call Street
the of his truck in collecting
I wish. to announce my cnndlilrtcy worry them. In fact, Mr. Hayes use Telegraph shall puhllxA. OrderIn
Hoard of Station says, will produce 40 per and iron. four FOR SALE-3 1-2 H P
ax member of the points out, like everyone else paper scrap next weekly IxnueiiIMtnexx W. T. CLUTE. Realtor
.tounty Commlxxlonerx. IXxtrlct S cent more than the usual farmers' I Icom. my hnnd anti official' board motor
Houlh Htarke, xnhjeit to the wIllI 1 their main concern Is centered In Monroe "Let's continue this drive with neat at Htarke, Florida, till February practically
Get it from Geo. W. WHY WAIT?-Place orders
of the Democratic\ voter In the the turn of affairs In the war even more vigor," Mr. Sparks 2!nd., 1944. your Apply Jimmie Holllngs\j'
y. primary. .eli>c'Ion, May t. I have. Quincy, Fla., or from a seed (OFFICIAL. SKA) A. J. Thomas, now for your chicks. We have Canova's Stoie.
I b...,n a resident of llradford County zones. dealer.' The supply is limited. says, "and bring your paper to A. Clerk of said Court. them Tuesday. New Drug

( sInc., Duo and this U the first They're taking advantage of us or let us know if you have J. 8 Hurrlxon Jacksonville FlorIda every
A: time I have ever nxked for a |>uhlln don't wait too. long to get yours. Atty. for Plf. 2-25 4t 3-lT Hampshire Reds and White FOR SALE-one young ;
,; i office.. If ..elected I promise totranxact the good weather to busy thom- any. L.' T: dyer Co-Chairman
If you prefer a good high yield Leghorns from R.0.P. roosters. cow, fresh. Also one 6 i I
the affaire of my dlxtrlctand selves with pieparatlon for spring and leader of,,the 4-H, boys. Van '
: the county at large In a fair ing yellow field corn get the All chicks guaranteed from old heifer calf. Mrs. T 1
and acre Is to be H. Carden. assistant leader of OIU)..:" OP ',
and Impartial manner to the best planting every \TIOIW AND
1 Yellow Florid ent from the same hens tested for pollorum and Intyre, 631 W. MadisonSVVLLI4 :
of ability. I will greatly. Scouts'* and :NMTItU TO API-Kill
1' ) t my RI' put to use that the "manpower the Boy Mrs. Lemuel
predate vote* "".. >rtw. place. The mate of Florida to: H. Boiriinu&nu approved. Also fryers at ceiling
M4 your j..* uppi .. __tt_i..,_ation"---n will__ ___ alld41Although __ u : .'," _fsxlojtn u. u... _.AttrffAi_._ ..* u.f\f +.Ui4h..u fill..*!. Qrtmtfrt_._, .- j.. .11.. jone, jameti xvi WASDIN'S HATCH '''n. f n UJlUViljlt.JVlt.lMed ,, . .;, mh.yO"U
- -- - -
-- prices.
t''u -i'; '.. tax assessors are not Feed Molasses are working hard to get the paper Jones, Fanny 1.'. Jones, Faille B BIlL
kl poi (Ot'NITr ('Ott tl .IOK.UIH.trlrt The WPB has released molasses Jones, Fannie H. Jones, Mr.. A. 1AndrawD. >. ERY 3 mi. north of Waldo. up couple at Camp
'u 's" ''1'11._' required by law to make these together each ,week and get It J. W. Alvarex. William 2-4' 6tp and drove them (to S

\ I wish to announce. my candidacy visitations, Mr. Hayes haa don* from the sugar mills for feed for tied In bundles.: Let's help them! it. to "jonI1e..t'I; Wil please return black coat k*
r '.t for re-elettlon. ..* a ", ..n,h.r livestock and a ceiling price has liam C. Andrew
,, of the Roai'd of County Comnilnloner tlnued the custom over a period Olsen, 1>r. James M Jones FU. PERMANENT WAVE, .59c! Do car.-Mrs. Vincent), Half
from !)t.trlct Three South to been set. This is an especially Pooeer. Fra D. PootiorFranilH
t ( of.years because he like keepIn Marriage Licenses no. B your own Permanent with Lodge.
l Hlarke), subject. to the will of the good feed tot hogs and cows and B. Hodg''H. Owen. Owens.
with taxpayers
( ,. 'a voter In the May ,S primary. I more direct touch with Owen Owens Jr., Tiuby and L)I1..I.. .. Charm-Kurl Kit. Com p lete
be fed mixed
uk wilt appreciate' your vote anti HUP- many of whom find It may George F. Wilson Jacksonville, N. W. Harket J. W. Hodges. M. H. equipment Including 40 curlers SPENCER SUPPORTS. B
4'fr t lt port. and If ...-.. ..."ted will ('ontlitue feed or can be fed in buckets or Liddon, Henry Mitchell H. B Alvaivs Be
S call erc Call Mrs.
Starke to -
t to dlHfhttrge' the duties of the office difficult to get Into The and Dolores Y. Drlggers, Jackson if living, and If any of them and shampoo. Easy to do, ab. :
i to the best. of ability/ .I troughs. price at Clewis ton be dead all Pearce for appointment-
it ; tnv at hla office.Lenten I ville, Feb. 12. purlieu claiming Interest ,olutely harmless. --Praised by
i' ::4r have. done In the past la $3006 per ton. The price per under any such deceased. or W. Madison St. 2.:
_-J. I*. WYNN.: 50 gal. barrel at Howard Grain Louis C. demons, Starke, and otherwise In or to the lands here thousands Including Fay McKenzie -

ServicesThe inafter described, and to all unknown glamorous movie star.
.1' ",.' FOIl (.O..TY ('<>MMI"MOM':IIIMnlrlfl Company, Jacksonville Is $15: ,83 Betty Lola Jenkins, Starke Feb. : persons claiming I any righttitle I WELL DRiLI.1NGSee0r'me 1
'" >.. ..5I Money refunded If not satisfIed
14. .
or In sail Inndu
of barrel. Purchase ; at location.
cost new
I I hej-eliv ailnntinte that I will will Including my
Rev. James Stirling which lands are situate In Bradford KOCH DRUG STORKIF
,, ," he a iandldate for re-election a* his schedule of Lenten certificates may be obtained at Fred E. Fox, Camp Blandlng, County lorma, and deairi' Box 41-B, Melrose. Fla.-

County ComntlHHloner from I IMntrUtFour continue County Agent'a office.ISlaugh"'r and Luella I.' Kaveney, Camp ed an follow: Jordan. 2.i 2
rotnprlvlng the voting' pie Addresses on next Wednesday Commence nt the Quarter Section YOU WOULD BUY OR SELL
t' rlmtN of TheieMsn and I Blanding, Feb. 11.
llutnpton. evening In St. Mark's Church at of hogsThe Corner on East boundary of milk cows stock cows, beef cat- RulhlefHarflow
ftrithiim* If re-elected I wilt crm TOMATO PLANTS,
Genovlaa Section
Brmeneglldo Camp 32. TownshIp 6 "B' uth.
1. tlnue to transact the duties nf thinrflce I 8 o'clock. The subject of I this restrict I ions on farmer.butchering Range 23 East: thence run' North tie, stock bulls or hogs get In $3 tliousatSouthein >
.In fair and Impartial manner Blanding, and Margaret O'Brien, per
a .
1,1 will be ."The Doctrine hogs have been lifted Silt) feet thence run Mouth!! 89degrees touch
n- I have. tri.tft to do In th.. I second address with J. D. Odom, Jr., Plant Farm, Art
Brooklyn N. Y-r, Feb. 12. and 40 mlnut.Vent 464
I: .. , past. Your vote and support will of Man", until March 17 which means that feet to point of beginning, thencerun POX; 247 Starke; Box 204 Lake Fla. 2*
James Wedlake, Camp
be greatly appreclittelY.| In Gaines any farmer may continue to sell Blanding, South 89 degre and 40. minute
t -T. C. CHASTAIN.OtTV : Mr, Stirling's ministry t City: Telephone 481 Lake City.

ville at the Chapel of the Incarnation ,his own pork without a permit.He and Jennett Shandro. Chicago, North* Went(17S feet 242, thence feet thence run West run Auction market every Tuesday, FURNISHED HOUSE for
Feb. 7.Chafles
( : llUtrlrt( (tMMICCIOElI>o. H at the University of must collect ration points and 710 feet thence run Mouth 1 degree Lake City, 2:39: ; every Thurs lights and water.-W. a

I >1.' I h..hy announce my candidacyfor Florida. now Includes in additionto turn them in to the Ration Board. F. Campbell Camp tnenre SO run minutes Kant. IDa Bait feet 675, thence feet day, Palatka, 2PM. 1-6-44 ley, Theressa.
and Loretta
Count Commissioner' of I>lstrlct Blanding. Murphy,
t the civilian students who remain run South 204.3 feet. to right of LOST-Bob-tall fox hound
,11 No. B comprising' the J..onk.r"n,1 Chicago Feb.. \4. I way of State: Highway Nt)." MATTRESSES RENOVATED :'
New River Precinct subjectt a large. number of military Kosher Food male. Named Judy I -\
I. will Democratic Voter I Paul Grlffls et Seattle. Wash. run North 50 degreee and furniture
nf the
the tered.
nil well. Service folks of Stark -24 minute East along said' Stale uphol. Drop us Melvin' H
In Mar
?e In the Prlmarle
) The vote and active. support, nf are cordially invited to be present Offered By formerly of Lawtey and Betty Highway No. 13. 3165 feet to a card Hastings Mattress Co.,

r4 tht voter. In the district. are earnentlr Sutton. LewteyFeb. 18. point: of beginning, lying and Palatka Fla 2-18 100 for $3*
I If and share In the ,,,'edne day, Baloney Harry being In HK1,, of NBH of said lOtp 4-21 GAL. SYRUP
solicited and promise
: elected tn discharge the deities of :night service, as well as the par- G. W. Hammock, Jr., Gaines- Section and containing 11.68 acres. per gal.-R. F. De mOl<

'h the office. In n. fair and Impartial ville, and Marguerite Saxton more or less. YOUNG COW. Just fresh for
.. huh l congregation and townsfolk. Connoisseurs of good Koeher AND EACH OF YOU Starke.
manner Gainesville wh.tieUkn ale.-T. L. Casey Graham.
Feb. :20. Itp
& i _M o IlAlmEt.Urnn For them also Mr. Stirling seemsto food will be Interested In the an. or unknown, are
,fl Royce J. Wllllngham. Camp hereby. notified that a suit has WANTED to buy plck.1II
('wrtHi.H.. in IT. i have a particular message. nouncement of the opening of Blandlng- and Viola tchern.NlcevUle. been ,brought against you In the NOTICE three-quarter ton truck. B'

t I hereby. announce my candid:icy In addition to the Wednesday Baloney Harry's Restaurant on o AUCTION SALE 0 t household
for the office. of Constable' of metric .. devotions the Lenten schedule Fla. Feb 20. Box 129, Lawtey.
night Temple Ave. from the
No. 1 comprising the voting across goods, kitchen furniture and

1'reclncts of '...wley. North Starke. Includes a short service for Save Oil Company.For farm tools belonging to the FOR' SALE-Late 1936 P

A and South' Stnrke, subject. to the Children on Tuesday afternoons at J. L. Jackson KilledIn Beware Coughs r
will I of the Democratic. Voter In many years Harry'Green, estate of the late W T. Me- Pontiac sedan In good

i he Primaries. In \MnyThe I three\ at which time all are Invited known throughout the country aa Accident*- Ever _Feb. 29 at 10 A. M. at tlon. Three good tires. ant
1 vote and active support of I to be and a celebration .. from common colds
present *
1 all Democrat In said' District are "Baloney Harry", has operated farm of L. J.. Wynn Executor. $385 cash. Can be # ,

I earnestly. solicited and I promise. of the Holy Communion on night clubs In New York, Texas J. L. Jacksori 52, for many I Itp time In front of Bt*;
t If elected to discharge the duties Thursday mornings at eight o'. That Hang On -
I ,'t of the office In a tearless and ITU- and Florida. As proprietor of years an elevator' operator at the House.

.. partial ?.,..,. . clock so arranged that those who the restaurant recently opened Times-Union bunding in Jacksonville WANTED-Responsible person to
-T. 2. IiIII.c'OX work and attend school Creomulsion relieves promptly because for ball
\ man par- care year old child in their FOR SALE-Pre-war
\ here, he brings to Starke a wealthof was Instantly killed Satur- It goes right to the seat of the '*

: 1f FOR 'o.'r"HI.F1 m
z'' .' ,candidate hereby for announce Constable myself, District a* a I Mr. Green said yesterday that his bicycle and was run over bya germ laden phlegm, and aid nature Mr. and Mrs. E. P. Noe- folding style, good con.*

u., i (Mtsrke,. Ijiwtey and Hellbronn. ) Mrs. L. Mosley he plans to specialize in sand truck. He was a native of to roothe bronchial and heal mucous raw tender. Inflamed gel. Victory Barbecue after S Apply 1-4 mi. past 'i"
subject to the will of the Democratic mem-
voter In the primary ..1ccii wiches of the better sort and that Bradford CotAity. ha Tin g been branes.Tell your druggist: to sell you p. m. jtRKWARD Village going towardor BJIi

Ion May 2. 1944. I am, experienced. Funeral rites for Mrs. Leviney he has chosen for a slogan "Every born and reared on the old A. J. a bottle of Creomulsion with the Understanding write LU E. Ebl'f
I' ' In police work having been em- Mosley. 89. who died at her for Information to the
homeIn you must; like the It
41u Sloyed In this capacity both In Sandwich A Meal". Jackson farm In the Wateroak quickly allays the way location of a 1937 Blue 63rd Regt. Hdqa.,, ,, ,,..,
and' at Camp Rlandlng. end Maxvllle Saturday, were heldat cough or you are Ford '
IA i If elected I will discharge the duties the grave In Long Branch Baloney Harry Invites both old section.It to have your money back. Tudor. License number 45D1034. FOR SALEroom IJDIII'

i % of this. office In a fair. and' and new customers to bid new"spot" Is stated that his bicycle :: stolen from fu"11*
Impartial manner Your vote and Cemetery the following day. She GREOMULSION West Madison ,Starke completely

.support will\ be greatly appreciat had been a lifelong resident of which Is open from 4 p. m. apparently struck some sand in St., early Tuesday morning, quire at Canova's pruf'
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? I ed. -J. A. FILLY AW, Clay County. I, to 4.. a., m. the street, throwing It out of con Coughs Chest Colds.Bronchitis ROswell H. Noegel Itp

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