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: June 2, 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: VID04865
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Center BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH Sweetest Strawberries e

Camp Blanding This Side of Heaven

Official County Publication Established In 1871'A ..


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Destroyingant I For Funeral Owen Services Dyal Held ; Junior Red Cross Rotarians Seminar LeaderThe Hear City Starts Drive To :

Last Week Rev. C. Newman Hogle,

House I Asked To Collect who conducted i seminar on Per-

t Funeral services for Owen Dyal sonal Counseling on Wartime( Put Vagrants To Workx

16-year-old son of Mrs. Vida Dyal, Problems this week at the USO-

were held Thursday, afternoon Items For Soldiers
Incendiary YMCA, was guest speaker at the .
May 25, at 3 o'clock, in Dpi Rotary Club Wednesday and I II
Cemetery with the Rev. L. A. I loafers FinedIn
brought an Inspiring message I Charles F. Ward County Health Unit
razed the ram Shepherd officiating Born October + Junior citizen of this and surrounding the subject of "This Is A Time

I fire which 3, 1927, he died Sunday I communities are being For Greatness" Buried At Old HomeIn Completes SurveyOf
house t at
e lwo- tory frame morning May 14. urged to cooperate in a nation Also a guest;., at this meeting I. Marietta Ga. Hookworm Cases Mayor's CourtMonday t

rner of Bay A Lafayette In addition to his mother, he Is I wlda effort to collect materials I was Dr. Louis J. Velte, r..lIglouRconsnltant ,

old Ben Kite place) survived by five sisters Ermi for use In recreational programs of the Army and Navy i
the Funeral services for Charles I The Clay-Bradford Health D>-
morning was the and Helen Dyal Edna Brannen, at military and naval hospitals. Department, YMCA who visited! :
Sunday FI'anklin'ard were held In the pa it men t has completed a hookworm Morning
Elsie all of Starke and In this will have
"set" In the Surrency, < way they an op the seminar during the two-day I :
one obviously Lillian Montgomery of Russell portunity to help directly with the session here.THIS. Baptist Church'here Sunday after survey among school child

occupied building. The firs Ala.; one brother, Edward Dyal, I war effort. I noon at 2:30: o'elock with the ten In both counties, during A roundup of vagrants i

,t was thwarted when the who Is serving In the Army somewhere According to Mrs. W. R. More,, Rev. A. F.. Llghtfoot of Jacksonville which 3,300 tt bottles weI'lldl.trlbut..d patrolmen Monday resulted In the by

patrol, on a regular Inn In Ireland. head of the Junior Red Cross In & THATIN a former pastor, and Rev. to the children. Nol arraignment In Mayor Charles
of the city, late Satur Active pallbearers were Pfc+ Charles Allen, of the PresbyterIan .
Bradford County, her group has all of them were returned. However A. Darby's court of 26 men Two ;
discovered the ,,blaze( Church Mr. Ward
fight Robert McMullen Pfc. Francli been asked to accept a quota for officiating. I of those that were returnee were held overnight In the City ,
otlfied pe fire department Farber. Pfc. Melton Hobbs and the collection of certain items F.S.A. i died In his 78th year at the Ala- 1 with a stool specimen, 850 werfound Jail while the others were re-

lout turning In a genera Pfc. Lloyd of Camp Standing which can be found In this section chua County Hospital In Gainesville I to be positive In both leaned after they paid a $5 fine.
the regular firemen 01 Arrangements were In charge of where he had gone for n
and she U making an appealto counties. "This In only the beginning of
able to extinguish the DeWitt C. Jones. Grace Phelps physical check-up a few days. before.
'ere all Juniors whether affiliated a city-wide
control The Health Unit I lit now read;) campaign againstloafers. ,
of .
Icfore. It got out R. C with an organization or not, and Did notice Times-Union to treat these children. Educational ," Mayor Darby pointedout

ding to Fire Chief been l In ,Uncle Joe Harrell to all leaders of juvenile groups Front Page you-"Civilians) face sharp v Serving as pallbearer were: material has been distributed this Week. "This war time no
the blaze had set to Join with the Red Cross In S. K. Sparks, R. A. Newsom, A one need be without work" he
to all teachers, and they ,
canned Militaryand
cut in
In the house after the Gets Fan Mail goods. J. Thomas H. L. Brownlee C. A
>ms helping to fill this quota. Lend-lease taking larger slice were Hiked -discuss the various continued "and we mean to see

and walls had been The place atu- From South PacificThe The. assigned quotas of recreational of supplies. Maybe 43 percentcut Knight and H. A, Lawson. Personnel phases of hookworm with the that every able-bodied man either ;
kerosene. of the DeWitt C. Jones
with loci craft materials for this In canned fruits and a 19 children and to urge them to wear goes to work or ffok* to jail !

nell by Abe Bessent. homely philosophy of tin chapter are as follows: 25 piecesof percent cut In canned yegetables"Does ,I Funeral establishment were In shoes at all times. And although thAtien. which
oom operator. 'eta Joe Harrell, author of thTelegraph's charge of arrangements. Included both blacks &vi
green bamboo, 25 pieces of this not concern you? To properly attack this hook whiter,
2'40: a. m. Sunday a soldier 1 ';Uncle Joe's Jaw dried bamboo, 3 dozen cattails. What are you doing to help Following the service here Mr.Warrt's worm menace, several point.,* were released after tbwipiad paid
the vicinity noticed thai column seems to be as popular body was taken to MarIetta fines this time, the offense,
In I 3 dozen cigar boxes, 3 bushels produce food? must be considered. next
rambles was again on fin In the South Pacific as It I Is gourds, 5 pounds leather scraps, Vegetables are now ready to Gu.: where .he formerly re will Incur a jail sentence, officials
In ar sided. A second service was held 1. Broken down privies' must be stated.
town to here In Bradford
[rove up right 10 pieces leather articles, such as can In Bradford County.
reached the there In the chapel of Mayes' repaired and In many Instances, "The fact
When firemen Uncle Joe recently received .J.i old belts, pocketbooks and tops of --=- that a man may
walls had already fallerd. "fan" "Members I Ward And Company and conducted new privies' built. have money In his pocket will
the letter signed by shoes, 25 whole leaf palmettos Families that have planted SoyBeans not
[ the blaze, a pastor of the First Baptist \ass the privies that are In work- was pointed out." '
controlling cific". It seems that they hay< 50 tooth brush handles. Sidney Grlffls. Raymond Qrlf- "He must have

of water was played or all been reading the copy of the material Is to be fis Arnold Griffin. Maxie Church, and Rev Alton Closure, Ing condition. a visible means of mipport. Vagrancy /

educe the heat and prevent Telegraph sent each week ro All of this son, R. N. Crawford wilkin-I pastor of the First Presbyterian 3. Children must wear shoes at and absenteeism will not bo s

ossible spread of sparks te Harvey Woods, formerly olStarke. collected between now and September Dees. Patrick Swearlngen Church of that city. Intermentwas all time. tolerated. We are going to sweep i g
for In the rehabilItation -
homes nearby. 1 use carried on S. F o w lee, Thomas L. Drawdy, In the family lot at Midway 4. Children and their parents the streets of Starke and Reno G'dean"

it Buford was extremelj; "Dear Uncle Joe," the letter program of being nation for Coleman C. Dees, Coleman Pad- Church Cemetery.Mr. should know the basic fact of, Mayor Darby declared. +w,
In the hospitals our
imentary concerning Mill said, "It Is with great pleasure returned service men who are /gett, Drew Redd Ish Norman Ward who had reveled In prevention and cure.

Police. who cooperated dill that we read your column In th! physically or mentally ill and aid White, Joseph Canaday, Otis W. Starke for the past decade, wasa 5. Treatment should be given Not All ClientsOf

with firemen In fighting Starke paper. As outsiders, we I with such a program should cer- Barry, Bennett W. Jerrell, Mrs. native of Cobb County, Ga., as progress la mad In pointsone Welfare Board
believe you have something on the Eva Mae Harrell, Mrs. Edna where he was reared on a large .
e tainly provide a worthwhile proj- two, three, and four.Regarding
ball. There are a number of men Vacation Hayes William T. Brannen, John plantation In the Lost Mountain Will Receive $24
ect for children during broken down and
In this great outfit who came from T. Harrock Mark D. Tomlinson section. He was the son of the the
your native county and you people months from school. Adam T. Green Leon Dtcandlo, late T. J. and Mary Jane Ward unsanitary privies It Is urged State Welfare Commissioner,

etter BoxJl of Bradford can Indeed be+ Any further Information on the Claud C. Butler, Cecil Crawford, who were among Cobb County's that parents make a special effort Leland W Hlatt has\ called the

proud of these American soldier>!!. subject may be obtained throughan Ury Reddish Russell H. Horns- leading pioneer citizens to have these fixed up. If attention of the District 5 Welfare -

You have many readers among Inquiry addressed to Mrs. W. by. Mr. Ward, who was an associate and can't get Board to the expediency: of

J HOSPITALITY the men In the South-Pacific whQthink R_ Morse, Box 725, Starke, or by Recently, backrom: a week! In' 'of*the Alvarez 8torlt'.L the you them need the materials Health Unit has priority explaining that ,although ..addi
the'local Red' Cross
at y yIt
you're tops. Keep up the calling Nassau and Duval'Counties. This time of his death, came here from them, tional racing revenue have mad*
I '' and will help you get
? When cam-! i
pre9 It office In the Armory.
good work!" chapter Is really no fish story-James F. Plant City where he wan also If want a new pit privy the possible to Increase the aver-

|here to be with my son, bee Braddock of Duval County has engaged In merchandising Health you Unit will have one constructed age old-age grant from J18,50 per t

sent I ex- Lt. Davis Joins 4,200 chicks this season month to $24 per month, thin
was overseas FARM NOTESBy bought For a number of years prior to for you If you so desire, p

to find some, real South- L. T. DYER. County Agent, 'Hell' From Heaven'Flying and has around only 250 lost 14.fryers Ha on Li put-the that he was a member of the and will sell It to you at cent does will get not the mean latter that amount all recipients or tho
ting and Fowler
heard so firms of Ward Bros Parents should teach children
tospltality that we 95-W;
Telephone, Braddock same amount, according to
Mr. announcement
FightersAmong market Per month. Marietta ,
Bros two prominent to! USA the privies Instead of
| about In our Northern Stat- "I trying to do my partIn yesterday of L. A..
This office now has a telephone says, am store. the bare ground. In several parts
Veil, after hunting around,, the young "hell from the war effort". Kennolds, District Board member.
No. 95-W, which is a great convenience In his youth, Mr. Ward, was of then. two counties there are
oiIf he ven" men who won their silver : Norman White of Nassau' County The explanation, Hlatt had said I
nd a room at the house In transacting business. married to Miss Nellie Mayes who numerous. Instances where child-
wings rtcently at the Big has 1,000 laying hens and has I would clear up considerable misunderstanding
till Hog -Some time 25 lie subsequently their bowel waste
your most prominent Vaccinating died about years ago ien deposit
I I Springs (Texas\ Bombardier 1,800 fryers for the market. No that he has found I
notified that tha married Miss Carrie of the privy. This contnminatpli
we were outside
|at the rate of $15:: a week age School was Horance G. (Buddy) points for chicken and eggs you to exist generally. .
State appropriation for serum of this city, who survives the ground. Then the
ne room. I was at this house I I Davis, son of Mrs. W. N. North know. Out of the 1,800, he only Uglow "By average old-ace grant U
JIO weeks (at the cost ol and virus was exhausted and that of the State Farm, who received lost 10 chicks. I him.He rhlld becomes Infected again. meant the figure that would bIt

and in all that time I was we would have to pay full price, flyer officerIn Canning 1'eu. 1 was a member of the Haptlst Wearing sheen prevents infectionIn arrived at If all the money paid
hlj commission as a
ked to have a cup of tea oi however, arrangements were made the Air Force. Select fresh young peas, with Church, a Mason and a highly most casefl. On Saturday, June recipients o f old-age assistance
for transfer of funds from some! I Army esteemed citizen of both Marietta 10, In Green Cove Springs at tha b
Now, we do not treat peo- thoroughly full before sht'lI wan dl vlded by the number of
be- other department. The cost to Lt. Davis is a pods I and Starke. i Health Department Offices, the "
|ke that up North. We i ling. Sort, keeping those of same recipients, Commissioner Hiatt
tin that old saying, "Do un- the farmers of this county, now, I graduate of BHS sIze together. Wash. Cover with Surviving him, In addition to medicine to cure hookworm dl;- had asked the district board toxplain. I

them 1 Is 20 cents for both treatments.Vaccinating and attended : C., ease will be distributed. Cards "As matter of fact.
jiers as you would have boiling water and boll young tender his wife, are four sons, Earner : a
nto you" That Is the I'eall Hortes! -Every summer the Universityof peas for 3 minutes; more Mayes, and Harvey, of Marietta, will b.. sent out to all parents of tho explanation continued, "%

Ie In this! world today, too I many farmers have their Florida un'tl mature peas for 5 i minutes Pack and Hugh of Orlando; two daughters chlldi: en who have been found tore good many of the needier( old-age

selfishness and greediness. horses and mules vaccinated for April of last loosely Into hot Jars add 1 teaspoon Mrs. Ksmer Bulliird I and Infected. When you receive recipients are now getting ttv

people of Starke and other Bleeping sickness. This must be year, when he salt to each qt., fill with Mrs. Raymond Kitchens; two this card, bring It with you to the maximum grant of $40 per month,

ern cities are not being fair done by a veterinarian, and usually entered the cooking water seal and proceed brothers Judnon C. of Marietta, clinic.: Children must bo accompanied while some of the. least needy i

our soldiers and families, costs $3.00 for two shots one service. for 60, mIn. In, a steam preSHure and Luther of Powder Springs; by oue or both parents. :assts are receiving the minimum,

are thinking! only of their week apart.In I The men who; cooker at 10 Ibn. pressure or for and two sisters), Mrs Carrie Cot. Iffalth officials will explain how of $3. per month. It Is unreasonable -

[ selfish interests. So I say,, order to save time and travel'' graduate fromB i 3 hrs. In hot water bath. ten of Lake Wales and Mrs. Robert to take the> medicine and give advice to suppose that those! receiving

up North, and I will show for the veterinarian, those wanting I g Spring I Beets Billiard of Atlanta.Tabernacle about diet. You may come on $40 per month would, be reduced

[ what Northern Hospitality horses vaccinated should list -- .. are already 'I Beets should be canned before Saturday, June 10, anytime bu- to $24, or that those receiving -

I them at my office so that I mav I I they grow too large. Small beets tween 9:00: A. M. and 4:00: P. M, $3 would be. Increased to

-SMITH. make arrangements for the workto skilled< gunners before starting I should be canned whole. Leaveon I ?.. I In Bradford County at the $(24. As the old-ax program Is

: be done. their training there They havebeen I i 1 In. of stern and all of root Health Department Offices !In itrlctly an assistance program,

Gene:: Testing Cows-All cows kept thoroughly schooled In the while blanching. This will prevent ."1I ...\..:<: harks, a similar hookworm clinic the amount of each grant must
m enclosing check for_$1.75 for milking should be tested use of the famous American loss of color. Wttah and boll I t will bf held, on Saturday. June 30 based on the need, of the person -
( bombsights and have masteredthe Jt M. to 4 P. M to whom it tll 1 paid:'
new my subscription for theieph about: once a year for Bangs 15 min.! until skin looenns. Slip 17. from 9:00: A.

I look forward each disease. Also young dairy stock art of precision bombing as skin, pack Into hot jars, add 1 I Parents whose children have hookworm Hiatt called attention to the
well as the principles. of dead reckoning Fill come the fact that the State Welfare
to the arrival of this newa may be vaccinated to prevent this teaspoon salt to each quart. I are urged; to to

home, because Bradfordty disease. ) and pilotage navigation. with boiling water, seal and pro- clinic and give them a chance to Board had previously authorized

will always be home tojl : The testing and vaccinating They are the real triplethreatmembers cess 40 rain:, la a steam pressure get; well in Increase In the old-age grant
veterinarian of our deadly aerial com- I lbi or 2 icing fund guaranteed by the
I try to picture the v88tes Is done by a government cooker at 10 pressure I
that have taken place Inke without charge. Those bat crews, these young bombar f hr9. In hot water bath. II SKMI.V.XK: cigarette tax, and, that It was:
should Carrots posnlble to make a second In-
wishing this work done dier-navigators. I
since I left and wonder attendance of 25
would recognize the busy notify this office before Juce 1, During their 18 weeks of train- Sort and grade carrots. Wash ,.... R +s f An average session attended the :reane only because of an uniwu-

city that it Is today. How. so that the man can finish In the Ing at the Big Spring school, they and scrape. Boll 5 mIn. Slice or ,,' :.:If' person per Personal Counseling ally good racing season. The sec-
or two. Those have learned camouflage, and how pack whole Into hot jars. Add 1 Seminar on net distribution. he said, would
i aside from the Influx of peo- county within a day Wartime Problems at the USO
rom all who do not have the work don, to detect It; they have become teaspoon salt to each qt. Fill with f ," nn sts., i je made In April ti> all except IS
| parts of the country & Washington
have to wait several familiar with aerial reconnaissance cooking water, seal I and process r t Club: Temple few whose cases have not as yet
ways find! interesting Items now, may tJ Monday and Tuesday. Those
friends. months. : photographs of enemy Installations 40 min. In a at'eam pressure .. an the USO been: reviewed.

tt for Pecan Grower* have studied' the cooker at 10 Ibs. pressure or 2 ; present represented
u are doing wonderful Job Suggestion 'IW."t Starke the Ministerial
a j. 'Club of ,
the Telegraph, and I wish -Since there Is likely to be a.. weak points of enemy ships, and i hrs. fn hot water bath. I :; .....,.. Alliance, chaplains, WSO VSOperating Special ServiceA
all types of Strawberry Jam ';
of this year learned to Identify
continued success. heavy crop pecans committees and the nplCroa9.
for the prier enemy aircraft. I I Pick over berries and removehulls. special service will be held
Jth my best regards I art and the prospects ; .
friend. looks good, the pecan growers While making "bivouac In remote Measure berries. For every at the Corinth Baptist Church
should espec'al attention to areas of the wind-swept !: quart of berries add 3 cups sugar The Rev C. Newman Hogle! oftrooktyn on Sunday, June 11. The Rev. W.
Lewis Shriver pay Place berries In kettle and mash N. Y. led the Seminar of Jacksonville willBreach
good have 2. Gammage
to growing lands, they
1020 S! New Hampshire things necessary Texas prairie In stiff maneuvers which I I fruit as It heat Bring to boll- James F, Stroud, of Charleston and represented the Army. & Navy at both morning and evening

Los Angeles Calif. nuts. engaged and West Virginia, assistant superintendent Department of the National Counll will be
Mr. G. H. Blackman, Experiment simulate actual combat condi Ing point, stirring frequently services. Dinner
berries which still of the Union Gospel : of the YMCA. Dr. Louis J.
I Station Horticulturist, advises tions. and are now finely-trained I crushing any lerved on the grounds
TII.SKS"OTF.RS tha remain whole.! Add sugar to Mission, one of the largest Mission Velte, the religious consultant of
of the year know how to
that this time fighting( men who> I f I
all scab: fruit and boll together until thick work In the South will :ho Army & Navy Committee. NOTIC'KWe :
who voted for and sup- seoond Bordeaux spray for expertly perform the.multitude
20 min.) stirring toprevent / qf his work; and lao attended the sessions.
show picture
E'J (not over
me in election. I with arsenateof i
the In combat.
past should be applied of duties essential Pack In hot service Saturday wish to thank Tel, Duncan
burning. [ will conduct a song
to thank each and everyone for control of. In. ,i
lead added officials of Starke forhe
8 and
June 3, at
seal. evening Training
Irately and collectively, for the sects. LicensesWilliam jars and Completes; faithful work they did InvesUatlng -
Marriage Salad Tabernacle.'
the Gospel
erful (Jren Vegetable O'clock, at
bountiful the cover
support and He also states that also conduct of Mrs. ; the death of our son and
1 grated cabbage Mr. Stroud will Sgt!; Earl L. Carter, son
that each of you gave me crops In the .groves should be Fred HaLslop Stark, 1 cup grated, carrots services Sunday, June 4, at 7iaile! L. Carter, spent a furough >rother, Owen Dyal. We are very

ray 23. I hope that my termWce turned now and about 500 broadcaster pound and Myrtle Dobbs, Raiford* May 1-4 cup cup grated celery song the different meetings In the Tab at his home here last week. .(tad to know that the poison liquor -

will be satisfactory to of Nitrate of Potash 18. '1 chopped apple ernacle. He was recently graduated from did not take the life of anyf t

and every one of you and acre. Calley Nipper, Camp Standing, fine Technical School at the > his six companions who drank
your 1 bell pepper, chopped Mr. Stroud has been song leader I a Training I.
help we can make It a I and Doris Coodge, Starke; May 1-2 raisins with Rev. Atlanta, Ga. Ordnance Depot as jut of the same boltl to cause:
<- Without It will OF THANKS cup and musical director
help CARD I sisters the
your and
18. bean honor student, Sgt Carter entered their mothers
nard for 1-:1: cup soy sprouts. B. R. Lakin; Dr. Herbert Lockyer. in
| ". I me to travel by We certainly do appreciate the Reese R. Scott, Starke, and Add salt and pepper to taste and other prominent ministers the Army on October 8, grief It has caused us.

will) continue to need and sympathy shown to Jessie Jones, Starke, May 9. and homemade salad dressing the U.S.A., and a 1911. He reported to his new All of you young boy of this

king upport after I take office kladness during the bereavement and Edward I. Peer. JJr. Camp One cup of pineapple may be treat throughout Is In store for all attending itatlon: at Camp Campbell Ky on' age, please take warning and be
you again, I am us and Delma Southerland, careful of the company you keep.
loss of our dear son and brother. BUndlng. added. If this. Is done, no dress- these service Monday. [ :
Sincerely, -The Dyal Family New River, May 6. ling will be needed. -The Dyal FamUycrearadin8and
E. L. Crawford.



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.,.. TWO __ : max Puerto! di i I -...;;
" cured ham foi supper I guess I'd EVERGREEN i lands, :,II>Rln. I'
hive: it. too, If It weren't for the n. Mr. I'"'. A. ItOHlerHi ( You are iB mt, I \
fact that our meat points were named >> I
--S--1 and Mrs. J, E. Rosier and aim. 1'1 E
i sow-belly to go plaintiff ,
:All used up to get seekII|; I
attended .
ExtabllHhrd 1877 we had Mrs Marlon Hamilton County Telegnpl, | > ; .L
with the turnip greens thin Order III, ,,
Hellbronn Sunday night 1\1I. ?
E. I. Miittlieww ___________ Editor and Owner JOE'SJ last night. church at children of |HHII.*M. ,
Looks like we're. all in the :Mia D. Bell and Witness ml 11,.,
here Meal at Stark.a:! "
I4 !NUItSCICJPTION: RATEr 4 A W I same boat headed for Nlagia Maxville attended church lath 19H.IOI'Jo'ICIAr.. t I
v ,- paddle. Let's Sunday night. ( SI'\I. /
Pearly $l.7J; Six: !Months, $1.00 Falls without a AH Clerk of null
*- and monkeysat Mrs. J. S Sapp and childrenwere '
stop! being apes Walter C HII..d Ir
FuMinhrd Wvkl>' on Fridays and Entered a* Hrrond Clans. Matter J L By J, L IIARBELL. I least until the war la over and visiting her mother. :Mis.J. H..I1. Florida, Ati ""q
at I the Pent Office ut !Starkc, Florida won Then we can all act natural S. Rosier Sunday.J. .
and again and follow His. Jones Q. Roster was a visitor to
Uncle Sam H upending a lot of would be begging his nephews I
STARKEITKS BURN MUCH-NEEDED WASTE PAPEK 1-money to carry on this war--, nieces to atop buying War Bond wherever she goes.WOODLAWN. Macclenny Saturday. }
to keep you dnd me from because he could not print them Horace and Russell Iit
According to the "Florida Scrapper" May 12, "The Ohio going bankrupt after the war i Is I fan enough were business! visitors to Jacksonville /y

State Salvage Committee challanges all other state salvage won. He knows that all those I If we lose this war or we all Ily Mr.. Mjrle Refuse Tuesday of last week.
the best and busted afterwards, it will be Mr. and Mrs. William Pringle
Jones dames want go
committees to I.leltoVlggln"
a contest! beginning immediately and continu- I Mrs. vis-
are willing to pay a bonus to get the fault of those Jones women. for Mrs. Idella and children of are
ing each month thereafter to determine which states can it. He also known that everyone I lit looks like It will be Impossible Wiggins Funeral of services this section, who died iting relatives here this week. i

increase their monthly per capita total of waste paper salvage else will follow the Jones dames to stop them from patronizing la a Jacksonville hospital following Mr. Roberts and family of the

during, 1944, exclusive of industrial salvage. and upend a lot more than they the black markets, paying $10 a short lilne>*, were held In State Farm were visiting B. E.
should in order to have Just what for a pair of nylon hose and the Memorial Chapel of the Seas- Rosier and mother Saturday
George L. Burr, Jr., executive director, State Defense Mrs, Jones has to eat and wear. burning up gasoline that the ,I hole Funeral parlors at 2 o'clock nIgh
Council of Florida, and C. G. Campbell, executive secretary That's why he had to put this Army and Navy need. If they Saturday afternoon. The Rev. W. A. B. Rosier and son Clarence,
I for Florida General ration-point system into effect. don't watch their step Mr. Hooverof here with his
Salvage Committee, have sent the follow- C. Fountain and Elder T. R. ,spent Sunday
, ing reply: "On behalf of the patriotic citizens of Florida He wants to stop Mrs. Jones the FBI might get on their Crawford officiated 1IrsVlg. brother, J. Q. Rosier
much of Mr. trail and all the Jones dames
we accept your challenge. We do not fear results in competition from spending so gins was a native of Luke City
Jones salary for things that she will find themselves In a Federal Metal Rim Tugs, 2-hole Per
1' with any sister state in an endeavor as important and came here 28 years ago. She of all
could easily do without. I pen along with Aid Coupon and foratoia and office supplies
I and necessary' as the collection of waste and I II was a member of the Primitive
wager Tele
paper Uncle Sam has tried hiM best other public'enemies number one. kinds at Bradford County,
u a box of our wonderful box of Ohio I Baptist Church.
oranges against a graph.
Mrs. Jones to The one and jprily\ thing that J of Jacksonville
, 'ckeye1 that we win." to persaude buy I I Rev. B. VV Sweat
War Bonds with* a little of her I would cause me to believe in the flileil, the pulpit here Sunday 1% ('iii(ill' ("<>! ".'. mi IIFOIII r'
'. It is pointed out that every citizen in Florida has the household and kitchen expense I theory of evolution Is that so' andall who did not hear him missed (('"<,>'l\ll.,"'. ." ,0111"\. l\ (' .\:\-

jsponsibility to save and prepare all waste paper for the money. He knows that if Mrs '' many people act like monkeys in a good sermon. Jose lioinlnffo >l.t-T.oJ'l'x.
J would cut corners and save ail I I the Jones family Some- I'I'I There will be services' at the Plaintiff. VM. Juana Itnrir'ellN -
dear effort. There is more involved than whether we win I ape ng o KH|>lno$u-I.ii|>i>s, cffinlunt.
or lose each month in this contest. The capita quota much as possible, then Invest it times I find. myself acting like I Woodlawn Baptist Church each I ('a.." N<>. alla.OlthlIt .
per I OF' rjirm.irATi4p
InVar Bonds else grandfather was a straightout Sunday at 11 a. m., and Sunday
I everyone my AND M TICM l 't.o APl'L..ItNTATFI
for each county is set at 10 pounds each month. The I
per I would follow suit and there wouldbe orangutan. Just became Mr. School at 10:30: a.m. Also every I OF FI.CIIIIDA to: Juana
, collection in Bradford County this year has been as follows: no need of rationing anything. { Jones had' pork chop for breakfast I Sunday evening at 8:30: pm Come Barge Lorenz. }splnosa-Lopez.| ,, 11
January 3040 Ibs., February 5320 Ibs., :March 1835 lbs., April Not only that--but Uncle Sam' I think I must have augar-I bring somebody with you. t whose ArtII pout. office Number address 8, IMH l'u\-\- i
1675 lbs., May 3150 Ibs. This collection) is far below the

county quota, and will not go far in helping the State win
from the buckeyes. Most of the burden of collecting paper

h ; has been on Co-Chairman, L. T. Dyer and his group of small
i'' boys who have been faithful workers. Evidently they could :

!j have used a lot more help. Without more cooperation of I
',f. the people, 'this county will continue to lag far behind its Bderce inFhtionhnd1.z

quota. I

4 About 90 per cent of all our wastepaper is hauled to
1 the !scrap' pile by the city trucks and burned. This shows I

indifference on the part of the people and lack of coopera-
tion on the part of the city.

In regard to the collection of waste paper, :Mr. Dyer makes

,l I the following statement: . it's the Never-Never Lhnd

"Waste paper is urgently needed in the war effort, and
we solicit the cooperation of everyone in the collection of it.

Every home or office should have handy a fair size' carton if Americans wake in time !
into which every piece of waste paper is dropped. Do not
crush paper, but lay flat in boxes or tie in bundles. Do not
1; include soiled paper or trash of any kind. When box is full

or bundles are ready, either bring to court house, carry to
warehouse at Farmer's Market or call my office at Phone
95-W and it will be picked up at an early date. Do not let

s the city trucks haul any more paper to be burned when it M DO 1
l41 is such precious war material. With the help of everyone, i :
"':e can bring collection .
up our country's to a more satisfactry -

; ,I figure. Can we count on you to save ;your waste paper?"

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b l PHUDENCEt My,my. SHOPPER No Prudence. That's) Pit U DIN C I. But SHOPPER There are. But a}loafabasketofmoneyl
I ZEROS my husband's pay and I am there must be of bread is $100 alone. :Since
Did you win a lotgoing to buy a cabbage and a thousands of dollars we've been in-Flation Land we
t tery or something? loaf of bread with it. there! haven't had a full meal.

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They Are Not In There Fighting
PRUDENCE Are SHOPPER Perhaps. I don't know. SHOPPER fconMnum) When John began to get raises we were SHOPPER fcMrimm) What wouldn't I give forthegoodaldthereprotlteereln
It doesn't always take a Zero to ground a FLYING FORTRESS But the money they get won't pretty pleased. We spent it as fast aa we got. it, and days when a man made an honest dollar that bougo'
Another erack-shot enemy VENEREAL DISEASE-can do Flation Land? buy them anything, either prices went up. faster than the raises.. an honest dollar's worth. Our savings meant soroetluiw
I art It just as effectively. Everything's out of kilter. We could live well and have the "estr,.." too. Then i

is When it strikes, the hand of the entire crew are tied nothing left in life worth living for! .
grounded-until precious replacements are brought up-A
plane might come In on a "Wing and a Prayer"-but it can't
f t SAGE
{ take off with VD throttling its crew. : It can't happen here? It can't if
r f fight we recognize the in time! But
an symptoms
VD a saboteur of our home front and military, must be controlled can
",, ,f -it'* a weapon which must be taken from the hand enemy we need, J if wages get out of hand and costs rise, that
? of enemies . one we
our is
onlywbat multiples itself in So
I ,n nation prices you pay.
14 That'll everybody's business to help wipe out the woild's .by buyin9 by putting then you want another raise because of
I :1,1 most' deadly disease . There Is only one way to KNOW and beats. we have the
Y1 FOR SURE: have a blood test regularly. conserving into fighting higher prices. But that only makes prices

by we can ost-war higher. You can't win! When food and clothes and
lu Consult
I your family physician or go to a free clinic dollar sound p
S444 every urin9 a dud holding necessities cost two, three, four times more-some-

-k* Sponsored by War and ens through buying savings thing's got to }bust. Usually it's the banks and 14'"

a ... reasin J our then our goose is cooked. Unemployment
, }'LOIUU.ST.n BO.VR1) OF HEALTH War bonds and despair follow. It's an old story but it hungekj'

'i I.OCIIE.LTII! DEPARTMENT happen here if we get wise to ourselves. .

t r rtt tT lTlm ST\TF PUBLIC 1I."'.111 SEIIVIfE

V 1 ... TliU .ldtertlsrnent raid For tty .WEAR OUT. . MAKE IT DO. . OR T>O

}k; 1 n THE PARK CAFE NG lN0'

l ?rt > 1V. !M. F.d",arr. I. n.brllm. ze JAX BREWING COMPANYO"'O"

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,'v. ,, 'US" 2' 1844 BRADFORD. ("Ot'WTl' TFU"R.P", 'TUR'_ FLORi D_A .\"-: TIIRKHyourself

,ml.OF I"TF."TIO TO :
,,'nul'u'r.OI'SlAME: *
S--1, I hereby given that thunder
the provision
141 ,',Ig-,. 0'IB3., fMWn of Florl ,
II i' will register with I
b <))41
j ,. .the circuit Court Iult.ird In
',h,', County Florid:; 'i 4 ) I1' fir M ;
? name of Glnlain'i iI ,
u I,_ I i'I 1'ngI1K..d' 153 W Tall and Htdliiril duo..
lY1 I ; Florldi
11 ,IK owned "bv Ml--
,l I' .pal, Delivery, Stork.-. j fl[

,lath dRY "r rRI. 114''
,/ I 1I1'ldford'CoulIY.5-12-41-6-, "'101"

('IIF1)ITOIt9ersnn :
o'I'U'': TO
having! claims omralnst I
ia the estate. of 1''d.o'd .
II, .. APd are hereby. not .
r a'.t' required' to file their!
of the Count
the e.ffire ;
M of Bradford County, Plor ri, a n M \
the Courthouse at Stark, a
hut 111 within eight (6) calandaW W .
from the date of the firs atM 7} .
Rllon of this notice or the
will become void aocordlni r
This m* day of May, 194it < ,
8BWKLI, RM Kxecutor I of iI

[,II ant. T.ord Will D.'I.and Testament oSHY :.,,__ ) .-' <
1111 IT ('01 HT. nil tlFOII
t ....1'1., FMHIIHtl !" 11 \ : I I
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Earl: nrawdv. rr"lntlff'l :
.Uiihlne Victoria Hrawdy, 1s
,,l rage No. 3110. I _
n'rnnn OP prnLirATioNII
|: VOTH'H: TO APPKAn: ___ i iI
IAK OK FLORIDA to: Jose. __ I,
Vitnrl Brawdy, whose reel.I.I
403 1". 1.lherty" Xortl
,-.ton. South Carolina.
,1 I .in required to appear 01i"
1(44, In the above nameutd "
cause, wherein pluhfllf )
divorce Bradford Count)
-innh shall publish this OrdeiJvt : ,
t four weekly: Issues.linens ,1 f ':.' -': . I.k- -a

| Starke my, hand Florida and, this offlclaut 1\lay > .' '\. ,' ,) _,"l" _' :.\.iI'"J.;" ;" ,
11'h.: SEAL) A. J, Thom, .,,
.rk of wald Court. .
j-ink? andrum.. Btarke, Florida.. ""i' / (
tuey fur Plaintiff 6.12.4t81111'1'1' -: \

TOI HT. Illl \DKOIII '; tr \\ : Ed'
fl \1"-, .'I.O.UIJ.1'1 CH\>- .
111rt I I\. ,
,' V Jlanwen Plaintiff, 'VHHannen ( y a sY'f I !
Uefendant.v : :e lW, ( a f ; ., ;!
uitt: :
il'tl'Etl OF I'17BLIPAT10N
: ;:
xvO'1'II:; TO Al'J'KAK <
l\ri l' 'IF) FbOfllI to: HOB<
.\IKIHB revldvnce. . Iel I 7H .Tr Per .
Sf LOll AnffelHH, Cttijulred 4
n to appear or'n \
(ho above Mum I ilin
j jr
e wherein plalntlfjHiaclford
.all. ) pnltllxh" thin 01'<
'vly i,nueHi 1..1'I I ,
hand and oTfU
t h i .irltla this ;May/ I 1 i,
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-:.\T.) A" J. Thnmiiihl \ '
,tun) 'ini, Jaik.unville. ; ,
'I r.r> 1'lf. 6-12-U-6-J::

tiitiiir ('iiir.. 1I11'UPonn
ri\jt. riiiitiuti I'0:\ -

'It 1'I'' '' 1IPIIhR1.;) PlAintiff, vs.ifdliill 1

I.I ) Defendant. Case The 5th War Loan ;
\l MiTlf'H..( ; 1 TO APPKAU
\\" .t. \>1.' FMU1DA to: Jennie !
II:1 clhlll. whose residence Is.l .: ,
?i wnI ,
|,u I in, rfiilred. to appear on
1944 In the above" named 1 I
ml i cause. wherein plaintiff
dlMiritt Bradford l County t

,uph"nui''hall weekly publish iHSiiea.this Order NEXT WEEK !

I my hand and official STARTS
II Sturke, Florida> this May : ,

t )11 1'lf, 5-ll:!-U-tf-2
II .il.I S12AL) A. J. Thoma '
I 10 >I ,ulcl 1 Court.lilt "

( 11'1' ('01 III. lilt \ll'0lil

luv IINM.: t \l Oonashy n.oiiii\i Plalnttrf IN iii, %vs.%. TTHEREVER your invasion forces are have banded together as War Bond I'

'ii' 'II! l ona hy. Defendant
VV Volunteer Workers their time to &HERE'S WHAT I "
the giving
i uK PtTftUrATin.VTUR fighting-at sea, in the air, on ,

) I K,/hy."FLORID whose resldeiu:. Wll-. ground-they're working together for victory. taking your subscriptions for Bonds. Sup UNCLE SAM OFFERS YOU IN !

erred",tr 14,It-d,vr"-, .fn aUHn to.. the iippear ISrudfni'fl wherein above on They know that they must depend on each port them. Give them the kind of teamwork THE FIFTH! WAR LOAN 1 *

: Iph' 'xt hall four publlnlin weekly other, for only by coordinated teamwork will our boys arc giving to each other on the I I "

'hand Mud nffli-lal The "basket" of securities to be sold under the
Florida, thla May they win through to final victory in the ear' fighting fronts!

of the State War Finance Committees
FAT A. J: Thomas ,
1 old 1 1 Court. When your Volunteer Worker calls, double
['If.Jack-onvllle, Flor5194169- liest possible time. during the Fifth War Loan consists of eight individual i..

The Fifth War Loan starts next week. yo War: Bond subscription. It's their job to 1.issues.
(0111'1' .
JII I III' miiironii

I:.11'"''l. ri.OIIIUIN| VH.IIIANPlalntlff Hl"aiF '-- It's going. to take teamwork lot of it-to help raise $16 billions of money for victory dur These issues are designed to fit the investment j

'n..f..n.l11 I't'Hrjf'ATION this drive the Forwe've ing this Fifth drive,$6 billions needs of every person with money to invest.
'ifn( TO AI'PKAll put over top. il
Hired to on
I li 14. In appear the above -. from individuals like yourself. '; ,
wherein to do. As the '
dlvoDrndfor.1 id' auHe got .a job "

!vri 'iph 1 hall puhllKhi Make mind to wel' THE OFFERING INCLUDES:
i -ictt four weekly .empo of invasion rises every up your
ni') hand and official .l '
4. for ,. come your Victory Volunteer E F and C Bonds ; '
"144 cne of us must mobilize .....\_.. A- Series I Saving
Htnrkw. thl.ray
'I 1 'I.1!I !;FJAld A. J. ThomasI with friendly smile and an
I .,r.>t Huffman...It l Court, Jacksonville .ypport of our fighting men. 5TH WAR LOAN a Series C Savings Notes

(' ',1 l.i, Attv. for Plf.Uy .
\ for 1'I?. 5-I9-4t-6-B In every city, town and opencheckbook-remembenng 24% Bonds of 1965-70

.. that it's teamwork that does it!
( Mil I IP ('0'1 HT. Illl \". .olln1 hamlet men and women like 2% Bonds of 1952-54
I \1 I '. t'l.fllIllJ\1 t\ IIt\-
It Y

r Knight Plaintiff, VR.'s I3i% Notes Series B of 1947
J e' ll.Y night" Defendant. ,
ND: NOTICE! TO APPEAR 96Cevsflcaf.softnd.bfedness..
\TK OF FLORIDA to: Kdlth: aG
Knight, whose residence Is ; IHB"IId'cf/- MORE THAN BEFORE
1. hummervllle, South Caro- BHci

>"n are required to appear on
> 12, 1944. In the above named

t and divnr cause.e. Bradford wherein plaintiffI" County *
''Aph shall publish this Order. .
x four weekly Issues..
'tn'Hs official
my hand and
"t Starke, Florida, this May

I"'Attorney'I rank lrk 194 IAr.{' of Ij SEAL>said n.lriim.for )Plaintiff.Court.A.Htarke J. Thomas, Flor- THE STAG DAVIS HOTEL AND BAR THE NEW WONDER GIFT SHOPJ.



rlla., /."ckl.uPlantlff.! vs.l P. ROBERTS MOTORS M TIM JORDAN'S BAR
OF FLORIDA to: Charlie t'
Ujrklesr, whose residence I. UNION BUS STATION

Luar, /ennlred to appear en 1f
'12., ,
1944 In the above named .
tt, d.l1 cause, wherein plaintiff' f
L. 'vorcc... Bradford County BANK AT STARKE
atPhf shall publish this Order '
''"ness" Oil'my weekly hand Issues.and official BOB S TAVERN W. T. CLUTE, RealtorThis

1at4ytarke': Florida this MayA.'ClerMk Member F. D. I. C.

of said Court. Department and War Advertising CouncilI ,
of :
.Advertlsement-prepared und er auspices Treasury
.K. P.rrymsn Stsrke. >FloErids is an official U. S. Treasury

riley for Plaintiff. 5.2-a-6.2I I



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IL t J I SOCIETY and CLUBS FLA. STATE FARM II Charles visit her Turney son,, left R. Y.Wednesdayto Newton, -fin.transacted Mrs.- GoI'donVadllwortb her duties as secre-, Sr., Rev.BETHELBy J. E. Cloer. congregation.or nights. this. Week to Nin ,

Mm. Whltflrltl McGowan
By Rrjan and treasurer.
a, and her daughter Mrs. Bryon tary Mr and Mrs. Frank R. Cole- bee his go -tunc It
: .. Rev. Wm. Wilson, minister of I Watkins, In Ft. Lauderdale. During the social period, refreshments man recently visited Llge Coleman shape.on hand and ,It a fa;i.

; Series Of Lovely Mrs. Ritch HostessAt the RaIford Baptist Church, was I Mrs. Charles E. Stahl of Dana, I and tea of cakes lemonade were, served.sandwiches 1 of Dlnsmore.
i Ind is the of her rela- I who have boysIn Beulah Shepard
guest Listen, mothers \was
9i 'Ty Parties Given For Coca Cola Party ordained In an impressive serviceIn I tives, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Tur- Pfc. Martin BIrt of Camp the armed service, read Jeremiah I Satuday night to a, SOldier?,"
the Woodlawn Baptist Churchin C. Is enjoying a leaveat
Croft, S. -
31 15 16,
ney Lester Len
Mrs H. C. Ritch entertaineda ey win
Miss CorpeningA Jacksonville Sunday afternoon Johns Iii the guest of home. prate.
Kenneth t *
N Boree and sons will visit to our
few friends Saturday morningat Brother commumu' ,
a MI', and Mrs. .1, M. Bradley and Johns, of Taylor W. Hinson and Miss 'In I'
his uncle G
Mrs. 'days.
two or three
In !- Bethel Church
o'clock. compliment visit
series of pre-nuptlal parties ten-thirty and Mrs Forrest
w A I Walter family Harveyand this week having returned home Alma Hinson left Monday for Ft.
' ., were given ]last week for Miss J j to her aunt, Mrs. children were among those with him Saturday when Mrs. Pierce to visit the former's daughter -

dl r Thelma] L/Etta Coipenlng, daughter Cooper, of Sanford. who went from Raiford for the Clyde Johns came to make Mr. Mrs H. C. Self and fami-
The guests were seated' on the Rev and Mrs. Wilson MORE
ceremony WE
and Mrs. Claude Johns a
of Mrs Hulda I ly.
w screened porch, where potted
? are now at home to their friendsIn route to Miami.
visit when
I of Los Vegas, Nevada, whose plants and summer flowers add- the pastorlum at Ralford. Miss Lorene en Moncifef Is visiting Mrs. Charles Hardy of Gaines WRITE TIMBER DEPARTMENT
James Guy Dlf- ed to the cheerful atmosphere of ville was the guest of Mr. and CORPORATION OP
g. tt marriage to Pic. Misses Mary Jo and Lila Rae Miss Sadie Prince in Talla CONTAINER AMERICA
the Ritch home At this Informal I Mrs Douglas Hardy during the
fenbaugh, Jr., son o,f Mr. and Caldwell Bernice McMillan Sara hassee. FERNANDINA. FLA.
morning party the hostess served week .
of Tallaha8ee Ciewa, Melverna Thornton, Margaret Mrs. Luther past
j Mrs .1, G Diffenbaugh Mrs. W. B Granger.
t 3, Coca-Cola cheese cra.ckel'l'l.potato : ', : and Melba Stringfellow and Jones and Walter Granger of Miss Betty Durling of Jacksonville :-:=
Mj : will take place: June chips and olives and was at home. _ _ --
1. "p. Roberta Whltfleld entertained a Belle Glade the pat week- spent the week-end +" ""- r ',' r
In Las Vegas assisted In serving by Mrs., C A, spent
of men now stationed Mr. and Mrs. Earl Cheaser and
E. M. Brlnnon entertained I group end with Mr. and Mrs. J G. FUNERAL DIRECTORMy
ir Mrs. Knight. at Camp Blanding at the family of Raiford visited Mrs.
Y;C'' Ifl at a one o'clock luncheon on Godwin. They were on their way Many Years Experience Makes It Possible for Me !
$ I Tea home of Mr and Mrs. Bryan home from Oxford Ga., where Geo. Rah men, Sr, Sunday. to >fa*.
at Ann & Harry's PROMPT and
Thursday, laid with WSCS CirclesCircles Whittled Friday night. Dancingwas Walter Granger was recently grad- Mrs. Willie Adkins of Valdosta EFFICIENT COURTEOUS SEHVIC1
' table was
Room. The a enjoyed, and throughout ,the uated from Emory, Ga.. is visiting her daughter,Mrs. MODERATE PRICES-
r and centered by
a lace cloth of the Woman's Societyof 'evening the hostesses served J, S. DeWITT C. JONES
and white roses' Mrs R. P. Stubbing Sr., returned Mt'yers.Mrftl
bowl of pink used Christian Service of the Methodist sandwiches, cookies and Coca Friday from Tallahassee Jack McKenzie and children Starke. Florida
,. I white ;can where she visited her son-In-law Glen and J. S., have returned -
N' Brlnaon'sgxiestsat
kk effectively. Mrs. lunch- afternoon June 5, at three-thirty With Mrs. J. M Bradley as the and daughter, Mr. and Mrs Char- to their home In Mississippi '
this lovely three-course o'clock. Circle One will meet at leader In the study" of the life o.f hare while her bus tlNIWWN1/ImIINIIINIIIIININIINuNNWIIIIIIN111111YIIW141WIpIp"' /' ' "' ' / ' / ' '" yCHURCH -.; -
les Pulley. MrSj...Stubblns wall accompanied after a stay I ;;
were: Mini, Thelma Corpen- the home of Mrs Fred Guy, with 1 'FIII' 'HRIST"
eon 0L.. St. Paul, the W. M. U. of theRalford hom1her 1 grandson + band was stationed at Camp
honor guest, William
the and Mrs.
ing, Mrs. Guy Bag- Baptist Oburchhel and Charles'PulleY".Jr.. Blanding.
Beasley, Mlm: Sara Poytliress, gett' as co-hostesses. Circle Two , I Mercer 'Minister
Interesting Wednesday Mrs. C. M.'Priest who has been Miss Madge Gay of Jacksonville Aubrey ,
:Mrs. W. B. Mundy, Jr., Mrs. GuyH. will at the home of Mrs.
meet the home of Mrs.
rws' afternoon at
Miss making her home with Mr. and spent: the week-end at home. SUNDAY 10:00: A. M. Bible
Sale, Miss Gayle Sewell, U S. Hutio.Annual. : : Study
Forrest Harvey, moved to and Mrs. M. L. Wattersonand
E. ; Mrs. J. P, Warren..hat Mr.
Carolyn Green, Mrs. Charley 11:00 A. M. and 7:30 p. .M. Preaching
t After prolonged service, 'In the Tallahassee. daughters, Dorothy and Har- : and
; '' ( y Johns, and MI'..' Dameron to-Buck.byw. Miss I UDC PicnicThe Panama Canal Zone, Frank Mr. and Mrs .1, O. Randall vene, were shopping in Jacksonville I Communion.

i a The hostess presented Crews, 2nd Class Petty.Officer, Jacksonville of last week. i
of china spent last week-end In Wednesday: WEDNESDAY: 7:30 P. M.-Prayer Meeting
;'q' ?' Corpening a,. piece W. T. Weeks Chapter, U. S. N., Is spending his S()' day / with their son and daughterand Mrs. Leo Wiggins and daughter, Every Visitor A Welcome GuestfniiiiMiiiiiiiniiinmmitminHimiwntiMiiiiiiiiiiiiwiimtiiM _
;lr matching! her selected pattern. United Daughters of the Confederacy leave with his parents, Mr. and their' families. Marie, visited In Jacksonville last -
respective " "" /"""" """"" "'''''""IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIINIIIINIIIIpIIIpIIAIIINNWNIII"' '' '' '' ,, ?' a aepW,.
will have a picnic Wednesday ]Mrs. M. L. Crews. Mrs. Seldon Oogdlll; and little week-end.

b A miscellaneous shower was June 7, at the Klngsley During the past week-end Mr. daughter Kay, ofPort St. Joe are
4vt%' ; given Friday afternoon by Mrs. Lake cottage of Mrs. Joe E. Wilson and Mrs. J. A. Bouvier were visiting Mr. and Mrs. R. P. Mc-
4( t W. B. Mundy, Jr. Greeting the This meeting will be In guests of Mr. and", Mrs. Cecil Lendon. Two Starke Houses
l guests was Mr. J. W. Andrews; honor of the new members of the McRae and family In Mclntosh.
Change OwnershipRecent
, receiving were Mrs. Mundy, Miss( Chapter, and the hours are from Mrs Lorace Campbell and HAMPTON
Corpening, Mrs C. E Johns and 11:30: a. m. to four o'clock p. m. children of Mayo are visiting Mr. real estate transfers In
Mrs. E. M. Brlnaon. The bride's Mrs Ethel M. Biggs in chairmanof and Mrs. E. G. Land. By Barbara Home Starke Include the purchase of the
': book was presided< over by Miss arrangements for the covered Mrs. W D. Newton, after: an I I
Mrs. M. Sweeney was ho..teR" Bonnie B. Berryman house at 333
assisting Innerving dish luncheon. extended stay with Mr and Mrs.Carolyn I ;
and :
Gayle Sewell
to the Ladles, 'Council of the W. Call St. by L. O. Hazen of
}ht ; were Miss Sara Poythrena, Christian Church on Wednesday Brooker, and the sale of the Maj. ,
? Miss Helen] Steele of Galnsville, afternoon. The topic discussed J. W. Brownlee property, located

4tI and Mrs. N. T. Hitch, Jr. ; ;l tt---; was: "Extending the HelplnltHand" adjacent to the school on Wash-
I 1. The' table was covered a and Interesting items on Ing St to Mr. and Mis. P. M.
; handsome Venetian lace cloth and the subject were read and com- Barefoot
%r was centered by a bowl of choice ll mented on by the membel's."Quiz The Barefoots have completedsome

roses balanced by candles in allc' --" ,.-.._-_ ._- .. ------.---- Question"' were asked redecorating and moved into
c', '' ver holders. Mrs, T. J. Griffin ,- by the leader, Mrs W. II, Grif I the house this week.
; poured punch and an elaborate \\\liew\ . Now that the> rush sent>Minded Yarns: Ann Ballardo ,

v J r course of refreshments was ser- of parties for Snookle Corpening got her dates mixed . Two w 'u't

; ved by Mrs C. H. Nasworthy, Is over I can settle back and takea of the Blanding boys turned up, eP

I Mrs. W H. Hart and Mrs. GuyH. deep breath again . Lovely same time, 'same place, for a II 0i4 p;, '

Sale. Mrs. L. A Canova played events, they were, with each date she'd made with both . AAb ;$v.
Instrumental selections during the hostess! apparently trying to out- And the whole country upset: rtf

4r4." 1 first half hour, and for the second do the other to see which could over the manpower shortage, DON'TDepend r

,r'y half hour Miss Virginia Sewell have the prettiest party . Fell too!!! . .

Y'I 1 1 I't' played. quite !In love with the charming I
'- ; rd, The hoHtesn' gift to the honor Interior of Leila Mundy's new Callntrwt' Special "Sel"sires 1 :

guest was a dinner plate match- home . Truly a decorator's delight Mae (Mrs.. Barney) SIsson'B personalized 117 liI
ing her selected pattern of china. . Walls the most delic- "first aid', offered I I IA
t, 8 Invited to this party affair. were ious shade of pastel blue and I free to anyone happening along ON '

about 75 guests. floors carpeted from wall to by the drink stand,an
- wall .. A very f'ye-caresllng! with a cut finger blistered.! heel: LUCK .
't/' combination . Snookle 'Is prob-
l or simply in need of
'-ra. Charley E. Johns gave an a safety 1
ably In Las Vegas by now-on pin . It's little touches like
Informal Cola-Cola. party, Saturday -
the verge of becoming Mis. Dif- these that Call St. L 4oedie4t :
:: morning from 10 to 11 distinguish I 1f U"at1foeue
. togo
fenbaugh Quite original
'f'I: o'clock In compliment to her from 42nd St. . Just try to ,
ill ,! niece, Miss CorpenlnK. Pink roses to Nevada to GET mart'I- borrow a safety pin at Times I
ed . Most people who trek and who . i ,
and gladioli were used as decoration Square see cares
.M. ? 'Y In the hall and living room. to that state go for an entirely! So long . See you In the A. j///jf i

J +, Mrs. Johns presented to the honor different purpose! next! . sure WITH THE AID OF )

guest a piece of crystal, matchIng Carolyn. .
A Modern Comedy of Errors
'is; sI' her selected pattern Twenty la being enacted several time; YOUR HOME & VALUABLES . II
'; invited to this mornIng I
guests were
1 ;
NI dally at the USO-YWCA . Christian ChurchThe PERIlAIVEiBe \
SY'' t 14 party. Since HO many more girls than Traveller's
boys use this particular Club, 1 It Trip Policy your loveliest you . with hair that is you at your btrt.
t Mrs. n. A. (Lex) Green was Rev. Donald Roth of At- ,. I
This is what
seems they decided to change 25c for 24 Hours a Rilling KOOLERWAVE can do for you.
gracious hostess Saturday after- lanta, Ga, will preach at the quickly safely comfortably.
M .
powder room (after all these
six o'clock, at
noon from four to ; First Christian Church at bothmorning KOOLERWAVE is the machineless permanent thai is &\/" her home on N. Walnut St., further years) since the men's powilerl PHONE 13 -
I and services to your hair.It's the sure,certain way to make yourself into
was so much more commodious evening
a, honoring this popular bilile- loveliest you that you want to be. Call today for appointment.
to-be. than the ladles' . But being here Sunday.

White dahlias, choice roses and creatures of habit, as we are, Sunday school will begin at 10 CHARLEY E E. JOHNS AGENCY'
can Imagine what happened .
other summer flowers were used you A. M., mornlng"'aermon is sche- ofeda &azt/ Salon
'' throughout the rooms of the low- !! . And In spite of huge \ 6s
duled for 11 o'clock: and the even- STAKKE FLORIDA
er floor. White ,dahlias and new signs posted prominently on ,
maidenhair fern tastefully ar- the doors The situation got Ing meeting at 8:30: o'clock. L-
and so bad that they actually had to .
in ,
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; i center piece for the large dining Some of the more sadistic YW ,
ii I have a new game now . They "

.. recline comfortably on the lounges NOW OPEN

{ Mrs. L. H. Jennings and Mrs. giggling at the embarrassment '-

i, W. B. Mundy served punch and a of unfortunates who duck
delicious chicken salad course Into the wrong pew . .

was served by the hostess; the

N favors were miniature brides. Spotted an' Jotted: Sara Reed

,X 4 Mrs. Green presented to Miss feverishly fishing on the st. I Tire

:,i; t Corpening a china platter matching Augustine pier Sunday, in com- Servicer

her selected pattern. pany of an undentlfled G. I. . .
Assisting Mrs. Green In enter- Martha Landrum's becoming new

taining and looking after the short hair and permanent a gift

pleasure of her guests were her of Nettle Tucker . J. R. Kelly r '
mother, Mrs. Y. A. Harris, of heading for home with another RECA.PPINGSthrke: I and I

1 Gainesville: her sister, Mrs. R. H. attack of appendicitis ,' . Dot <<

r, Speer of Pahokee; Miss Arline (White) Oakley dashing Into thep. .. IWNi
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1. i About 40 guests were invitedto Murry (she hopes) . Add AbINVISIBLE -

I u !+' shower.this lovely_ miscellaneous. : I TIRE SIZES Lt . ALL SIZES 24 HOUR SERVICE ;i

i 4? Last in the series bf entertainments ON

s i ; for Miss Corpenlng ,was a J RECAPPED TIRES and TUBESVULCANIZED ;

pc Iyy breakfast given by Mrs. N. T. .., RECAPPINGALL
Ritch, Jr.. on Sunday morning. ,
Pink roses centered the table '

? y and 'place' cards were arrangedfor // I 4:75 x 19 : .
eight persons' who each

't t, brought a gift for the brtde-to-be. /1/ 5:25 x 18 1\ WORK

, H 5:50 18 '
h it Miss Thelma LeEtta .
Corpen- .
I f ing left here Sunday night to go 5:25 : 17 BEST GRADES GUARANTEEDNOTICE

I a. ';; to Las Vegas, Nevada where I,
'.Y ,I, her mother lives, and will be met i 5.50 x 17 1!* ; ____1_._

N by Pfc. Diffenbaugh Jr., who is 6OO'x; 16 i' OF
stationed at Camp Ocean Side. :
4 California, They will be married 6:25 x 16 '

t the Saturday Presbyterian afternoon church June at 3,Last in TO TOWN Ij 6:50: x 16 : MATERIALS I i IF YOU LIVE OUT OF

Vegas. I.. 6:50 x 15 1 TOWN AND HAVE TWO

Jr.Vornan's Club i ,

+i The JuniorVoman.s Club will THIS 1 NEWSPAPER .YIYANInreNp'Ind1111NIX'IPXpNnh'I. . ,al., 1 ;.,. FOR APPOINTMENT

meet Wednesday June 7, at 8 f '' I !' !N; -r-'"iiirn'; -tm ar" .

o'clock. Hostesses: Mrs. Fred
"V$ I Guy, Mrs. Guy Sale Miss Lucille Located Rear Andrews'-G :

y Mitchell. Miss Viola Smith .

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'us" 2. 15441' BRADFORD mt""TY" TELEGRAPB STAIIKE, FLORIDA _p.m'.vR.____ _ onI

of Local News Mrs. O. L. Beasley went to I I Mr. and :Mr. V. B. Harrell and will be glad to know that he Ft. McPherson I:--- I I
Clearwater I .Ga; Billy Crosby baby and Mrs. Klmore Lawhorn tly of Alachua attended service!
== her sister Monday Mrs. J. night W. to visit 1 family will move to Miami next Is doing nicely after having a I''IB in the Navy and Is stationed : of Tallahassee, were Sunday dinner I at the Church of Christ Sunday. :
Kincald: week. They are making the major operation In the Glendale Wllliamsbiirg, Va. guests of Rev. and Mrs.
I. If, E Futch .and Miss who has a cottage on the beach. change on account of Mr. Har- Hospital Friday. Mr. and Mrs) Rufus Allen and "
are visiting Miss I Mrs. Mrs. J. P. Roberts Mi's. J Lawhorn family and Miss" Minnie Lee Gain- '
rownlee Ethel M. Biggs Mrs. A. rell's work In Miami.Dr. Mrs. Cecil Moore
jLwnlee In St. Louis, Mo. Z. Adkins and Dotty Sue Biggs and Mrs. W. B. Parks was visitingher W. Thomas and Mrs. S. N. Mr. and Mrs Herman Hendrr- ey of LaCrosse were dinner guests a{
aon. Seaman Earl Cook in Kirkland
Harrell will leave the I returned home Monday after Mrs. Dameron Black and baby Delarul last week- nd, were in Starke Friday. I son and ..on. Parker, and Mr. and I I of Mr. and Mrs. B. H. demons f
June for Kessler Field'hel'e I spending several days In St. on drove to Atlanta Ga.. Sundayto Friends of Mrs. Cliff Kelly', Mrs. Emery Henderson and fam- and family Sunday! j
He will enter the Tech Sgt. Dan Hazen of Tlfton will be glad to know that she I
I fin.Augustine with Mrs. O. J. GrlfI small visit relatives., Mrs. Black and Ga was a visitor here Fri- j I I..* home and doing nicely after II : -.-.-----.-.- -.--.-.---------- /;
1 'pA son remained there but
day. having a major operation In
Mrs Charlie C. Jones, who has Dr. and Mra. Parks have returned I I PIANO OWNERS ATTENTION
Yeoman W. C. Crosby of Jacksonville ,
spent several months here with home. I I
pu CAN GET her daughter, Mrs. I. P. Shep Mrs. Ceo B Flynn spent last Green Cove Spring spent the I Mrs. Rita Brown of Ralford I if ,oa huti. here hetlss ........,. <.kl.liili w Ttiner.Ml .
I week-end week-end with his parents. was visiting relatives here Sun here IM lour oppertwnlh'. 1.0 J..,.:.... .>.. of Floride'e -
herd in
has returned to her homein visiting Clinton S.
'.'. .. .
RELIEF Friends of Sam Mott IiH/rr hflnse '", hen w .ummer hash flier
AL Atlanta Ga. C., with her son, Ceo B. Flynn are glad day.Miss Hr,..l..n* MrlKbl. mid e.iwt. <.. ownpr It ilarlmc
'I to see him out again after serious I I Doris Hodges has been July HUH %....!. llmllrd HiiMkrr of piano* In thrMnrkr.
farm ACIDINDIGESTION Mrs. C. W. Savage and baby Jr., and In Columbus S. C. with Illness. visiting relatives in Alachua for I .......,.. ......1.... ..lll ttr ......iM.if tae .rr.Ice,
her brothel'-In-law and : .... . .. ,
sister .1. bin HUMS IIK pn-l'il ttmttun "c the InntraMvnta I
daughter, Yvonne and Mrs. C. W.
Capt. and Mrs R. G. Kldd. Miss, Louis Blair Is visiting the past two weeks. ..r rh.rckr... or otter I hi. >r,..i ...tlui ... :
.Savage, Sr. of Lake Butler, left
friends and relatives in Gnlns- 1
Mrs G. B. Coition returned Sun
M't'a. W.
H. Hart
Thursday of last week to be leftVl'dnt'll- Write I to .1111.0 1 JONES
day after several days' visit with I
r" with day to spend a month in Washington ville.The
Corp. Savage, who Is stationed following boys have gone' Cpl. and Mrs. Resale Colxon at 410 \\>.i.t THi'iiiletli $" trretJ.WKSONA'Iid.iC
D. C. be
to Mr.
t 1 at the College of the Hart, who is stationed at Ft into the service! In the past few Valdosta, Ga. I I I I 6, .......".
I Ozarks near Clarksville Arkan Meade Md. weeks: Howard Douglas i Is a Mr. and Mrs. IN C. Lawhorn I t l'

sas. paratrooper and Is stationed at and baby, Mra. Verlle Wallace and . .. ,
Mrs. W. B. Sewell and daughter. ..---------- ------ - - --oct
Friends will be interested to I .
Miss Gayle Sewell, went to Lees
learn that Capt. Ralph Cox of
burg Monday to visit Mrs. Sew-
Camp Hood.Texas, has been
nter's Drug Store promoted I' ell's sister Mrs. J. D. Cottrell. r 'J'
to the rank of Major.
I of Pvt.Orlando and Mrs spent James the Chandler weekend -- Have a "Coke" = Eto Zdorovo "


Chandler's parents Mr. and Mrs. - .- ,

Pfc. Elbert Edwards who has ,,
OR COURTEOUS' CORRECT INFORMATION been stationed with a Medical Detachment r l
PLEASE PHONE 147 In the Caribbean area it
for the past two years is spend! (

Ing a 21-day furlough/: with his w
UNION BUS STATIONLACY mother, Mrs. Mae Edwards. ,
Mrs. Thomas F. Grady arrive

CONWAY, Agent home today after four month

spent In Vancouver British, Columbia -' .
pie Are. Starke, Florida Minneapolis Seattle Portland -

San Francisco and Los An-
geles. She stopped over In At-
lanta at the home of her slsjer

Is Plane Dispatcher at Randolph Field, TexasI'rrflljiht Mrs. J. P. Burns who with her .. :

daughters Joan and Jean will j

accompany Mrs. Grady to Stark

to spend the summer In the homeof ,, ,
Mrs. P. H. Man \asa.
Mrs. William Norrjs and granddaughter !- .

Dellena Dodd left Monday a
evening for Portsmouth Va ,,1\\

to spend. a few weeks with Mra ,, 7',
Norrls' son, Bruce Dodd aid
family. '

Mr. and! Mrs W. W. Page and j, N

children, Billy and Martin of j
d..xer f Lake City were recent guests in ,
the W. H. Struth home. 1

Denny Morrow Is the new phAI' t

maclst at Carpenter's Drug. : Store
s r> tt He was a former associate of r
i iM I
Hdlllday's Apothecary In Jack

Ronville. . or making foreign flyers friends _
Judge and Mrs. E. K. Perryman II : "

left yesterday for Annnpolls !Md.. To visiting Russian and British allies it's good news to sec: : fighting plants "
where they will attend the graduation -
of American And it's to friends respond I :
of their son, Emmett from pouring out plants. good see I ,

the Naval Academy. there lie to the everyday American invitation Have a "Cote"-a way of saying We're"
will receive the Naval Comml
with you.' Coca-Cola wins a welcome from those who come from Moscow or "
sion of Ensign. The Perryman

I will then RO on to. New York to . Manchester._And in your home there's always a welcome for "Coke" out "

; meet their younger son Comei. of your own refrigerator. Coca-Cola stands tot the pause that rI'Jril'sh.s-lliAs l
on a week-end leave from his
station at Fisher's Island l. N. Y. become a symbol of friendliness in many lands. "Coke".Coca-Cola
It's nanira I for popular name
----- --- -----
Mrs. J. 1.[. Darby and l Miss
rhvrknp of n .Mmlent pilot la. the Job of .... Frances Peek this SOtUED UNDU.AUtHO'' ''' OF THI COCA-COIA COMPANY IY tuucqutrefrirndlyabbrevsa-.
. are That' why .
Ilitultert. llMiatrher at the. Central liiMtrurtorN . .. tion
_i.lph' .'1.1... ')'."n.... nhere pllotK. are trained to Indtrui-t weekend as guests of Miss Mar- called youCoke". '
Mllllnry Ihl..... Neriteimt Itnubert, of A....... IO..R. In. --1 tha Metcalf at her sumrne STARKE COCA-COLA BOTTLING CO. >
n limy malnr. now
home at Rainbow Springs.Mrs. O 1911Th. C-C Co..

Edwin Prevail and Mrs .
W. W. Packhan spent the week- ---- - -- .. .
,,,.. : :
OMENllHIS end with Pvt. Merle Packhnm .. 9w4 '.:w'IVyy llryadq .- '
formerly of Starke, now stationed I
at Camp Flicker, Ala. I
Mrs. Edward Burns returned s oN

IS YOUR WAR TOO" recently from an extended visit
with relatives' and friends, In Dallas 0/

Tex., and Little Rock Ark.
I Mrs. J. F. Colley returned l to
TO DO YOUR PART IN HELPING TO her home here Wednesday after I

I la vacation of several weeks in lnr t

omen's Army CorpsFor BROOKERBy Jolef Atkinson (1 H / n, S t I Irp

The Girl Scouts enjoyed a wel-

ner roast MOnday evening at the
Full Information Visit The home of their leader, Mrs. Cecil

[ost Office in Starke Any Thursdayor Moore.present All the and Scout a good memberswere time

Friday; or Write to: was had by all.
Cliff Hazen from Youngblood BEFORE"'THIS WAR is OVER, there may be only two cc wy' 4 wr

U. S. Army Recruiting Station Ala., Is visiting friends and relatives kind of people in America . l/

250 Post Office Building here for a few days. I...._ wks.we re ...... 2.tfc.*. wfc. Mlh t. ...... e
Friends of" Mrs. J. C. Harrell
Jacksonville FloridaimitiMiniijiiiiinimmiiiinimmimnHinmiitii'iiiil will regret to know that she Is If you Want to be in the fortunate group who will still be j

very 111 and Is now In the hospital riding to work in automobiles, join Gulf "Anti-Break-
"''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''' '''''''''''''' at Gainsvllle. down""Club: today. How do you do it? Just come in for 't,

E. J. Lewis was in Starkeon Culf't Protective Maintenance Plant )C: 4I
This Ad Sponsored By
business Saturday.Miss This plan was conceived by expert in ear care. Gulf developed % .... 4' .
Jones-Langford-White Post No. 56 Millie Anne Conway of It because car maintenance is a most important }
: \
Starke Is spending a few days .. 9
worker automobiles to
dviliaI -lob. (8 out 10 war use get
with her aunt, Mrs. J. P. Robert "
to work.) I ilJi ,
I Friends of Jack Hazen son

of Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Hazen, i

fllWS WIS Ptrllec' ke/ffa1ance#' in. . -

THE FLORIDA BANK AT STARKE.- . b I /fofrds yeti rllf "Mtm 2 5aresMasekot7kys39d
WILL BE OPEN FOR BUSINESS : q'' "9 oo1ntsCI. 46ti axJpvslbYJt l'il1p. e

.SATURDAY, JUNE 3 "... '\\117' '' r. ., ,


TTnder our war-flm. holiday ...h..lule thlt. "during'*the.." \ J ) ..
Holidays Wit will not be open for bu.ln."" :
remainder of this year art: tl s VOtnr'
4th Independence Day I aprptectiv.1alnl Lubricltion TIm AMERICAN Petroleum Institute
Tuesday, July '
u. recommends changing oil,..u/', I1L7ERandrpuk: x
Thursday, November 30. Thanksgiving Day 4 cl\JdCl o tll.-, etyaa'CYO equally important to use e food motor flwhinQ help/ .plUtr cleaning: r.

Monday, December 25, Christmas Day for 3 LUbricW N oil like Gulfpride, The World' Finest Akan liltrr : eu better rtlile.geSixOut .
t\eS x burn
Florida Bank At Starke Motoroil'orGulfube.neztra-quality oil that costs a few cents less.OAIOIIHI %v 7ononUCe1IYdctUJ 1U1"IIdator;preventue.i ed4 J>OwerJ more III it I I

ST.tRKC, FLORIDA s., 1/ .. over.hraUII&,. I

National Group.Member "',;'i. t'q a'l'r '/.'v:%;: ', "
Florida , _
Member < ,, .J I
Corporation "'At'V4 ",, / ..... ..
Insurance "
Federal D poiU ? I
.J<. ,- 4'4 OH AN POINTMIHT 1
BUY :MORE: ( WAR BONDS! !' To help your Gulf Dealer do A
5th WAR LOAN BEGINS JUNE 12 ( OWIIS 1HI ATTACK . DON'T WAtll A Da0P1 thorough Job on your car
make an appointment. Phone
i .L. __ or speak to him at the aatloli.sae .
e e e7ll' 6eV car case '""'-e&w, T"nenyou should encounter '
delay when you get Gulf's Pro-

weird 6ea44wrzls' tKtl.eMalntenancePlan.u.q
(,. .- Oinormw Uaenlce.lJulll!

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Alberta DAnce Holder Defendant County Te1Pa.on1,
Cane No. 3122.onnEII this Order In .. 'hall
Donald O Connor I '
(IF r1'nrtr.ATt(1V luu..a. t -1It

1d On The Loose AgainIn WHAT TO FIND STATE AND :N'OTICK OF FLORIDA TO APPEAR to: Alberta Saul Witness l at Stark"'" ;,.II\I"
PHIH-C Holder whose reRldenreIH 16th. 1944. I I." d"nd,
New Film At Park sie York St, Cincinnati Ohio (OFFICIAL: :SHU, !. II
You are required l to Appear on AH] ,, , I J .
June 10th 1944! In the above ''. .
) Frank l.an4i,,, '
"Chip Off The OM Block - -- - -- named 1 ('0 III'! and l cause, wherein Ida Ally i t.,.,, ,. ""
the Park Theatre -- -- -- Iiliilmlff' seeks divorce Bradford "
which comes to "

i Sunday for a three-day ,run, Is another i IUSING-------- SAVE TIME --- CONSULT THIS DIRECTORY .-."..--._?__--_-_-.-._-_--.M-..---'- ,,',
lively comedy teaming: those --
Ity ;Mrs. Eddie Norman '
i engaging: young personalities
And! Mrs. James Norman SHOPPINGAND TRY OUR
t Donald O'Connor and Peggy Ryan. FOR INFORMATION: OF CAMP: BANDING

a+, I O'Conner Is again I the lrreprenI Among the visitors at the homeof RECREATIONAL: CENTER
Bible American youth with a l Mr. and Mrs. Elam Lewis) Sun

,, I great capacity for fun and laugh- day were Mr. and Mrs. Emory .Chili .
;, \r ter yet still! podsesHeJ with a ma- Lewis and sons, Mr. and Mrs. AMUSEMENTSStarke

turity beyond his years. Gordon Jones and little daughterand L A WTEYUy AmusementsThe IXRlir<'() ., FI.OIIIIHl('01 fiT,BHtlJKOIIIllll 1(411>-! .Hot Dogs
LW( Film Newcomer<< Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Norman EVELYN; WARREN" 4'KIIV.c.llliert Ji
Bottle '
:Milk I.lttfn Plaintiff, vs. Mildred -
Sharing top honors with this and son.
II r pair In "Chip Off The Old Block"is Mr. and Mrs.' Thurman Jones :Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Bennett Bow 1 l-a-IJar Cane No.IwimlT 3123oriDBU I.ltten, Defendant. I .Hamburgers.Coffee

is fetching, 17-year-old newcomer and son of Pine Level were visit- and wife were visiting In Miami : OK rt-BMCATIOV: _

q + to films Ann Blyth, signed by ing Mr. and Mrs. 'Eddie Norman last week. FOODCamp STATE ANT NrtTJCK OF FLORIDA TO APPBAR to: Mildred -

Universal after two years' appearance Sunday evening.Mrs. Misses Irene, and Dora Lee Diner J.uxlcr linen, whore r..I-..l .
S in the stage success Jack Sapp and daughters Prevail were visiting their grandparents Come And Get; It dance You IH are Woodland required to Pennsylvania appear on
p, "Watch On The Rhine." Miss Marian and Ruth and Mrs. Ruth, Mr. and Mrs. Hardy last Maude's Place June 191h. 1944 In the abo\o
who romantic intercut named' Court, and cause, wherein "COME AND
Blyth provides C. Bennett left Wednesday for week. Park Cafe pla-lnllff. peek. dlvcirre. l'Iracltor.l GET IT"J.
for O'Conner In the film
Arkansas. TelfBraph IIhllll puhllnhthlH
Little Larry Carter of Tallahassee County
fl story makes a notable debut suffering I Sweet Shop Oidt-r In next four weekly W. Griffis, Prop. Next to
is bin
Special services will be held visiting grandparents Indue NCCSl'SflSun.
: not at all from'the accomplished I -----------,,- -'_._
."' at Corinth Church_____ on oil day Sunday 'Mr.. and Mrs. John Wyilck. Snack Bar Wltnenn. mv hand and official' --
j company in which she June 11, with dinner the Meal 1 at !Sliirke, ..Florida thin May 1'I ------.------ .::::
::1\. I finds herself. on Mrs. H. B. Arwood halt returnedfrom GIFTSGisJain's 16th 1944.IO"'Jo'If'TAI.. -----. :
{ Meriting special mention la the ground. Everybody invited. Alabama where she has ( "8KM..) A. J Tfiomn

+ ; ,; 1 initial screen effort of yet anot.h-j been visiting relatives. T AH. Clerk Flank. of rjindriun said 'ourt., "Stnrke, Florida -

f y \ ...j er. Joel Kupperman.{ radio's aIi Arthur Trencher Patrlo Knowles James Phillips is spending his Wonder Gift Shop Ally for I'll. ,..?.?.,.,
5? .: i ready-famous ."Quiz KI '" seven-year-old'mathematical; mar- Truex Minna Gombell Samuel S. with his slater Mrs. Betty Redd. Bradford Photo Shop I v' (CUM .IT KI.OKIIItl roi'. ni.IN ti CII4NCllft'on >KoiuOIi"l. ->

;', vel Is a bundle! of uninhibited.boy, Hinds and Irving Bacon.t Marshall Strickland of palnesvllle MILITARYSUPPLIES ('I:111'
1 and was I i'wisely! allowed to play Is visiting his grandparents, T. Holder, Plaintiff \*.

,J, himself before the cameras. Mr. and Mrs. I. J. Terry.
Keep on Backlog the Attack
+ .. ..I Featured supporting players are with your purchases of WAR Mrs J. B. McDonald was visiting -
unusually. well cast including Ben Suslow's Army Store
her daughter Mrs Joe Har- r
uch able cinema troupers as BONDS. Give War Bonds Gislain'sP. ro I Mon. Tues. June 4
,, Helen Vlnson Helen Broderlck I for Christmas. rell Miss] Jr.,Ada In Jacksonville Edwards spent Monday.several S. Stores 5, 6 6tMtStER

r _ _ _ _ _ days last week
-- visiting Shafkin'sPHOTOGRAPHY I a
friends and relatives at Jacksonville II ,tHtar
Beach. + t p rAAN Ate ,
't! PHOTOGRAPHS Mrs. Carl Wooten and childrenof

Klngsiey/! Lake were visitingMrs. Bradford Photo Shop
1. 1.. !. Wooten's mother Mrs..
1e9) t C. Smith Gardner Enoch Orlffls Friday.Mr. C. Smith Gardner

!/ and Mrs Truby Walnwilslif THEATRESFlorida

Ir. d -Established 1900- are visiting In Tampa for several I

r '.' of New York and! Miami daya.Miss Ida Ruth Clark of Daculi\ .Park ,! He'll Ue

-- Ga., Is visiting Miss Ada Kilwaril KHz
01Rxto:/ $2 -"riTREK 8\10 $5: :Miss Eunice Wilkinson of Jacksonville King for a DayJUNE a 4 r I, Ji.

i Six :3xt t $3 -Twelve :3x1 $.1 was visiting her parents, TAVERNSBlandinA' on fot
Mr. and Mrs. Dennett Wilkinson Bar 18
Center i.\I \
STI 1)i( IN lLAMING(i CENTER several days last week. :Maude's( I'lace t a
Joe Shuford of Jacksonville
visit Ing his parents, Mr. and Mrs.
John Shu ford, last weekend.Mlas Mr.. Andrews has just received l la 1U

., ,,_.. .... -. --.... -- -.'" Grace McDonald, was visiting medical discharge from the Make Him Happy p
friends! in Stnifce Saturday. Marines I with a Th

Mr. and Mrs. Francis Prevatt Mrs. Charles Carter of Tallahassee 1 Gift from Gislain'sWe I ui ,

JUST for are the proud parent! of a baby was visiting! her patents .'
,, > /girl! born Saturday. May 20. :Mis.! Mr. and :Mrs.! John Wyilck last I v4H
Prevail Is the former Miss Bessie week-end. I .

4 ;v FUNVISIT Lee Collier. Joe Han-ell. Jr, of Jacksonvillewas Have

rF Miss> Jewell Reddish of Jacksonville visiting his parents Mr. and, I \ .

was visiting her parents; Mrs. J. L. Harrell last week-end. i-A varied selection of r 1 1J1
Mr. and Mrs.! J. M. Reddish last r
week-enl.Men Vera Moodey was visiting Miss RINGS
r Pee Wee Gr, en In Starke last I
In the service who were .
visiting' home. folks lost week
were hairy Wilkinson Rudolph IY <'lilt'I "'1' l'nllt'I'!. tHKOIUI

} l J'I 'I Amusements I Han Thede'ell. Bill Plummer and Bill. 1'oiNi'i IHV.Irene rioitniii I IN ntN- Genuine Leather 1 o 4ir..4"d

1'uney lohtiKon' Plalntirf WALLETS
I/ Rev. Joe Raulerson) pastor of : IJ. luhnaon. liefi-ndnnt. VHKverett i iCnse
5 the Woodt.uvn Baptist Church, Xo. 31J"i.onnini :;,. Several Styles of
1 .' and of Jacksonville, will fill the op ITIII-ICATIOV' '
stand several Sundays In the or 1.1.01111 to: Everett : " -
I One Block absence of the pastor Rev. E. ..J.I /).. Johnson' wHose I.i i.Hl. IM Brazil NutBOTTLE
IS R llolcomlie St., ..MoniKomci l '
f From US-NCCS Prevail, also of Jacksonville On Alabama. STOPPERS : aeppefman with Helen Vta
d I I Sunday morning June 4, Rev.RnulerAon's roe lire required to nppenr. "n goinK
Tun? 11th. 1014, In the nl'> 'sinnmed Arthur Treacfier Helen Brcdcrd
message will be eourln cause wherein Men's: }<'ineIIANfJiEHCIlIEFS Ku
"Spiritual Fornication and it's philntlff) seeks divorce lit.idfcii 1 1'ountv
ilsk I I Patric Knowles J.Edward BrutaC0Mflsl
< Telcmaph nhnll pulill-l ;
i ,," ---
GAMES AND RIDES Evil .and his message Sunday: thin. iider. In next four weekly .r/ TiTS
evening will be "Why won't good .
Witness mv hand and offl< lnl SPERIING PREP and i'n
; works promote Salvation?". Everyone Peal at Stnrke, l.-loilda thlu :flit. :: OPENERS ** -l,
FOR YOUNG and OLD Is cordially invited to attend 16th. 1944.OFFICIAU! .
( !oI"\T.\" .\. .T Thom* Hand CarvedSOUVENIR .
I these services lerk< -Also"MEMPHIS
I Aj of aid CVuitt. -
._. .. Miss Warren T Frank. intlrunt, SimUe, Kltu, FISH
-- -- ---- -- ---- - Evelyn: was a '
dinner of Bliss Irene Pre Ida" A tly. for 1'lf.
guest 5-19-lt-rt-!

Jd a ..- -..-...,. fI :. o !''ild.'iF i.WtIlPDJl; vatt Mr.Sunday and :Mrs.: J. T. Prevatt IN< f)niiciii l\rt. *I'l.OIIIII..<>rur., nitiiconit IN CII\N-I GISLAIN'SNext BELLE"and E

were visiting Mrs. Prevatt's parent c IHV.: ,i".
: , .., Mr. and Mrs. Hardy Taylor, rave No H 3121Mnrl T.I'k./I.n.! rinlntlff. , \+ to Koch's Drug Store j |!I LATEST WAR NEWS

Sunday evening, Myrtle rMi-lcKon.i\ Ttofmdnnt tnFftfMMwrmtl. 'Vmm iim mmm\\ m.-. *<:. .. .. ..
"IW" -- -------------- --- ---- -
Miss Knsley: Phuford, student
a I
I Madison: College, H.airlsonburg. OF\ Fl FIOllin\: :MyrtleT4lrlcxun I J
Vit, nrilved Monday to ) whriNi riwldi.nce" IH 107 HClrupn .
St, \Vlnnton Salem North
spend the summer vacation with Carolina. .
her parents Mr. and Mrs. Jake You: nr'' ro'iufred' to nppenr on
June!! lith. 1UI' I In the I above ax
Shufoi named Court: nnd cause, "\h-r..|htUlaletItt
I: We are sorry to lepoit that Me..1c8. UVQ""u., 11,1(011.,1
('l1ntv Tel KinphOlder +hnll 1".III..hIhl"
Mrs Bub Carter and little David In next fmnoekly P
Kelly: are ill.Ve wish them a ,1aM11PA.Vltnees.
\ my 1mml and orl..lnl -
speedy recovery .sent at Stark.'. Florldn." this \uv:
Mr and Mrs. James Andrews IBth 1444.lOKPH'IAf.. ---NOW OPEN
n\U" : ) A. J. Thumps
were visiting/ / James' ulster and As Clerk otn Ie! Court.T. .
brother-in-law, Mr.\ and Mrs. Flunk IjRndmm Stnrki*. Florida -
Johnny Redgrave, last week-end. Atty. foi Tit. 5-19-4t-l-9( !
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w :-: at the :-: OLD SARGE'S' PLACE N-E- W


a+ i $ : WE FEATURE

; 1 f SANDWICHES FRESH ROLLS by the War Department


(7, 'r I Rye and Pumpernickle Bread OPEN: 8 A. M. TO 12 P. ]\(.

.? .
for all


+ i )
L ;. Some of Our Lunch? Military Supplies HOME A PINT OR QUART

; ;, Fresh-Made: Salad Cake some or a Homemade Cup -of Novelties and / SUNDAES-SODAS-SANDWICIIES

} "1 Coffee with a Delicious Jewelry ,

1e Ben Suslow's BOWLING ALLEY M.1\.lGENO:

e OPENS 2:00: P. M. of'

N Army Store \ CARL
f 209 E. Call St. Starke, Fla. _ '



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51. _-a E 2. 1944
BR, DFORD COUNTTELEGRAPH... ST.\RKE.. ____n__. _Frnnrn.____n_.".

.' .' HERE .TO FIND IT Looking for Come a Good toMaude's Time? ,",':

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I ;

I ---- .
i II I Jan Carber Glen Gray and --- - Place "
Bands Teddy I
me Powell. Tuesday Wednesday and Thuis- I Mrs J. P Dirkerson he la now unknllWU t
day. the Florida stationed at 1.1.II .miPiinlrcil lu .
Session" will offer New Yoik. appear on
'; Once again the twinkling toes' of June lul h. l 1944! In the' Hlx>%HimmiMl
.1 Ann Miller "Bridge of San Luis Rey." from Joe Kelsay. S 2-c,. from Foil Omit, unit cause, uhirt Across from NCCS-USO ,
are featured
Florida and she I ,
At the famous novel by Thornton Lauderdale U spending u few plaintiff seeks dlv"r.lrRtru'd, I
brings many Innovations in I'nuniv TelegralIi. shall\
and tap Wilder. Lynn Ban Francis' Led. days with his patents Mi. and this Ochern! next four weeklyltnii Temple Avenue
-atesi' array of topr rhythm to brighten the film. I erer and Aklm Tamlroff have I Mrs. A H. Kelsay. I 1.Nl1CM,
In a single The laugh-packed and romantic \\ .. m)' hand. and' ofriilnlnval .
10 appear I the starring roles in this \V. C. Loper nnd E L. ut .
mystery Loper Htiirkv -'lul.ItI., thin
Sickle story tells the tale of May
of music
the ears a Kansas .
drama, of old Peru. were called to Georgia becauseof 11I1 h. I44IlOKtr'IClAI. Beer -- Lunch
Warn Session." the tune. girl who goeR 'to Hollywood to %.\I..) A J. Thomas
make her fame Miss Barl, In the role of Perl- illness of their mother AM CU-rk uf said <'i>url.
and j
Florida Thea- fortune.
at the It 1 ,
ting T Flank Hiiilriiii,
midnight Sundayay I carries the audience backstage at chole an exotic dancer, gives a Mrs., Railey, Mrs. Loper and lila, Ally. fur rir. St..rk.101'-
tiy, a movie studio and gives plenty 1 I moving performance as the woman MI'''. Ben Loper were shopping In 5-19-41-6-9 Good Fellowship;

ouS band leaders who of opportunity for glamorous who rose from street dancer to Starke Saturday lruiriir ran'r, Ito ti>Kt>nu
Session" with scenes of movie consort of the Viceroy of Peru. Herbert Clover.settle S 1 la "')i\i'v.' noiiiiiti i\ ntrnv. %\-
|,' in 'Jam making. -c .
( : ._ ._._._
extras are: Charlie Bar- I "SAN Ll'IS REV" I The film captures all the sweep visiting his wife and daughter and ltaYI11"hlr""h." Pin imift \..*. I.ll- +- -- -.- pi

_ j Armstrong. Alvino Rey, For Its mid-week spot, next I and gaiety as well as the be'IU'i' also his mother Mrs. Jones He No.llun .1104 Mario AUlrkli, l>rfcn<'.",,, Cast>

_ I ty and mystery of this warmly Is now stationed in New York. ullillt: OF Pt'I1I.H'\"fIO-.l:

j'' human tale of u young/ priest: and We are vE'rytla(1/ Sheriff\ An- ANI I.XOTll'K: : TO Alr'I'KVH,
STATH 1 K FI.Oitli'\ l.llllmi
his search for the reasons of the dreu is improving. :Marie Altlrlil" u hu.o Is'1 I ., :
in Mon'l Parma, MI..IKRII..
Almighty the sudden death of forget your chinch\ serVices I'ou 1
_ I lire herby regnlred in appear
I five persons In the collapse of the every Sunday morning on J1111e I 12, 1144, In th<. aha?.' .' ,.
ancient bilige of San Luis Rey. I Sunday school Ht the Baptistchurch .. 1..111..1. Court n1, 1\11(1. wh'r'ln : r'i I
plaintiff mrkn dlvoi"<" I :: .Y ,
I and Christian Union every <* Telegraph shall ,pnlillli, thinOidvr f ,.i
SATURDAY MIDNIGHT THERESSA Sunday evening at the Christian In next four weekly' l I..imH'llnt f iiif
church \\ >t By .MU Ida HaKlln sent it Htaikf.' Klorliln, this May t /

Sun, Mon., June 4. SSwilf I II I Bro. Hogarth will be here next; I 1th, 1944. A J 1 TIIOM1 .'
Mrs. Emmajo Kemplejohn: of : Sunday to hold : ; '
Ills regular appointment I AM Clerk; of mild I Courttub I .
Miami spent the weekend with at the Baptist churchi 'I'tl't.tL SUA1. '

her uncles, A L. and C. Sulli \ riiKiir I*' K, )'i(for i rryaun; 'rinlntlff:i n, Slnilte" R.1'Kli-4I i--IdaAuIn.y ii! I
van. C'OIIl'I' mi MIKOIIII)
t'fli \Th fl.oillllll IN 1111\-, .
At R. Griffith of Williston was t IHV.: :

'T a guest of Mr and Airs. A. L. Mary Floyd| OnnlrUt, PlalnllffM I i
I I ,Uilvnnl: Karl:. % Dnnlvtx, I>.,fvmlanl We HaveEVERYTHING
) Sullivan Sunday afternoon. otti: >"iit or 1't'1:1.1I'\TIOS
% Mrs WV... Packham and AM :NOTIt'K TO \1'1'1'\11 Bradford
Cane Nn. 31 4S.HTATK .
daughter Mrs. Ed Pievatt left
) : OK FI.OH1I |In: i; I 1A Friday to spend a few days with I I.Illl' lUinlrlM, TOO.'illTll:; 40O Hnmti"
1 I Hump. Mil H.l| I', A..1 p rhiirlvii-.
their and bi'other. Pvt. Merle
son ton .snill ('..rulln... :
fin 1tmbiru Ill Packham at Camp Slbert Ala. *i'mi art required| 1 .to npiu, >nr ott Photo
I I June 26th, I'M' 4. 'In lh nln>\<> named
A Ilkllll Earl Geiger Sea. 1-c, is spending Coin.. .t I and' IMIIIKPthti,'i'lii ,plaintiffHI you'll want for
..AScmihlil his> furlough\ with his mother, I ,UM illiorcp. Hriiiirortl Cnnnlv a }

VW Telegraph....,| shall.1thlsh. :,__...this... Urdu C'I_
UHfillUarlt! In.n ".n __ .' "..'. .n... ..r".
I \\ ltnM.. inv hiinil nnd offlHiil f
,seal I al Stark" .. !-'I'I
' 24th( 1944.OKKH'I.\I.. Si\l: ) .\.1.I TlmnurAH ! BIG EVENING !
1 (Clerk of HUM' Couit!. FLA. I I '
T frank Inuldruul' .. "Mark'' .. Klot. I r
Ida, Atl>'. fur I'lf II.1tI.III i. Next 1
Western Union
'I imi'i ir oiiir.. mi mi"'1)It11 1 a 1 1i ,
h1 to1"%, F1.IUIItt I" C IIt-
0 < I rut.I'mlliu: .
I Mai'lo Ciiiiiliiiin: 1'1"III\lre. Developing
\H, :Sll\lu';/ Adrllliu. Hi" 'I I. i. u liuulliurn : "- I
, .
o I> 'temlaniI'liaii at
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II Nn :a alts i '
4 Oil: >"iU OP rt'n1.Ir.tTtt" :N PrintingEnlarging
AM: MITM-I': '!1'0 \ri'i\i" :
I. (H'r.'I.t01": F'iAllun.i: .> In: Kllxn 3

4 Ailellna, JirLmii IM Vh.'IIII'I'Jiimiiarti" | | ", dimml.x111rrsldrueo .-* I ,i BLANDING I

6-10, Dvnova, IlalvVnu .
1 )
I HIP minlieil I In appiin im
Refrigeration Service Jiuif lilh.IH.* In the ukuvonunl.d i
Cuurt anil" i ..11'w 1"1)iililulntlff I
H*.tkM. dlvfiiii. lliiiilfortlL I
12 Hour Service
'nunty Telegraph. shall puliHnlillilH '
WINKLER'SELECTRIC under In next rmn weekt)
IHHIICHWltiivxii, ,
Pla/ by Manny self Imnd CENTERi ,
/ C inv and' .ftt",1
by IRVING BRISKIN SERVICE sent. ut Slnrkv' !''"II'lila, this May ExpertP11OTOCRAI'IIER

by CHARLES BARTON -- 226 Temple Ave. Ibtli 1041.IUKKJCIAI.: .. SCAU) A. J. TlHinnnAM :
I'leik, of sold I'oililWultvr -. I i
f. Haril.. .-..t\. KiivtiinaI.Vitili. i
; Flniltl.i. A Ity. for Pit.6.194t69. For Portrait Work BARSHAFKIN'S

IN Churl"' C'II HT. lilt \"I"UItI

f''01 VII. .'I.CUIIIt.\1 1lll ,N- -,SeNrs..flnS,- -.- .... .... --.-.-, -.-.- ---y
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"'r"nk"lh..r"I...".., 1'lalntlff v*.
Alien" I 1."lh..I..I"n.l ., I'efrmlant .'Ii" sPNo. r
: *IO'i4.OltDKIl! .
: (Il K Jo'I.OItII)A ,I": Allc* *
KeatlivrHton l *., whose itHllinfp( I li,.:
Ii brrty Hiilllvan C'liunty Mate ofew .

:\ Vork. ,. ._ I >>
You are rvqulr.d! to tippiar urn - - '". - I .. .
.June Ctli, 1144. In the ulinvv nnnir. "'unit,, Nod I caiiKiherrln plaintiffprkK
dlvarvr, Miaiiroril" I'niintvTplfirriiph .
I shall .piilillnli IIi lit Ouli'i
zr In next fur weekly IHBII,H.
< I \\'Itni'HH my loam, anil,, I orrlcUlfrill 1
lit MalUf, "Klnrlila, lhl MayIliKKIl'TAI.
SiAIi A. J. Thomas
AH fleck of said' I'ouilCi'lult
: II. III"'un. JIlrk.onvtlls. ;
'. I'LL 6-U-4t-1I.2 ,
KliirUla Alt) fur

PARK CAFEUNDER IN fiiKMT 4'0111'1'. mi \i)"'(>iin '
OI\I'. .'IOIlIU"1 IN 4II1NKran'kllii THE STORE
THE MANAGEMENT OF }1111. IM.ilntlff, v.. MarylniilHf
Hill. I>.*rn fare Nn. 118{. ALL SOLDIERS KNOW
IM(1)II. OF l''nr.I\TIO
: ()\'' KI.oHir tor Mary
Jintlni Rojcri I..iulHM' Hill. whose residence. l I"S'rROUr

:: e ENUF SED !

OPEN FROM 6 A. M. TO 10 P. M. a"::- eeiiaA4Ore.teaf ; ::1" I

try ..o".r adverth.r(,.. Ilea ro.of J.rnni over. Jewelry Gifts UniformsDON'T
Try Our Delicious Plate Lunches fl.OOO mmlrm of K rniArrrmxr. .- I
Buyer from "ii over the
World. Free open ll.tln.. t


119 M. Unlnut Ht.
Loral IV byOur rf a ae

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Mail Early to Be Sure! Choose His Gift Now!

fl -- May We Suggest? Dad's DayCARDS

Breakfastsare Polished Sleep Horn l>.ill and Mother

. And They Will\ i ) I Tell I You crow somethingto about! ASH! Tn.\"S riLLow ror.s;


The P. S. Store Is The ANoSHORT ORDERS ': MOIITKICS: .. 1.'umllJSOV"F.Xllt004 FOl'NTAIX 1'E.NH ;

I WHlTI\ifi:\ J.fC'rJ-'Of.IO'4' GIFT S

served from <;KNI:. 'INK: I.E\TIIKK 1"\CKfU: IN'

Place To Buy 9 a. m. to 9 p. m. uiglatilre data of Candy 'O..JfK; r'lorld.s .nllnjC'

Featuringthe on.\SGI'-; ; for Important |M>|M>rit )tus%. Wrapped 411811..1
:\ Any flare
best of Camp lJIantilng 1'enn.intit In the 11. !S. .,.

LARGEST STOCK IN STARKE : STEAKS & CHOPS Or jite Mini time I'refMnt ullli it Future . . a \%'IU Bond: .


Cull anti Cherry' Cull Street, !Stoike, Florida. IKS. BESHIE D.\"IS. Oviner.JC

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PAGE FIGHT _ _ -__ I Iluth Lawrence. I| Can No. 31'u
= I At' Coltrt. All of said property being In the I OHI'KK "1' I i '.
he will represent the Sunshine saying the fruit is a "luxurj T F-r'a'nK Mr tll.trk,"_ Fh..ld, (Count of Bradford. State of ANI :NOT"\ |( |r. 1.10 i, i ii l

I CLASSIFIED ADS Service of tne Florida Power & I crop" with scarcely any effect! Atty. for Plf 6-2-H.d-3 Florida. such lertlflcate or certificates Beth BTATM Schacf OF .'I q I,;,. ,"' Ilt

Ion the Nation's economy. But BH \11.0"11 L'nlfhs accord- dence I Is .. '
Light Company. .\ ('IIIf' IT ( 0' HT. shall be teaeenied c-n Ha. I + 1
---- of electric service OPA Insisted ceilings were neces 1'111 "'I"\. FI.OIIIUI I* l'II.- lug tit law the property describedIn 1"1'). ,17 8i, rlh,.t .1
The 1.
symbol ( .:IU' cerlirii-at or certificates I'laliiM. Nev,", ,
WANTED !."( 'ill HAMNew.. unmixed MiHHloniii .! and styling himself "Your Electric sary. I iialN itos" ( ,.,tu..... Plaintiff vi will such be. sold to the highest didder You ar,' I "''I'" I
.Ir..h..y! plants now r..aIY'M Is crate cell- "h't'I, ,." K I 'nut use, I'f..nllalll. the South Front Poor of the :22nd! clay Listings on apartment, house or I -- I1 Futch' 1 1-2 ml. went of i Servant Reddy Kilowatt A minimum $7 20 per '"... S" :1143.I J ,.... at Bradford, county C..urt House on mimed Courtplalntitt I ,
Iorut tl within 20( I I .......ley. 0-26-21)p a unique personality He will beconstantly ing was suggested by OPA but OItUEIt: OF f.I..LII.\TI'O. the 1'lr Moftdny In the Month of Ae.gtI| i t
rent u.ANI 1'0f'Pb.H
home for --- fixed > NOTICE 194(, which Is the 3rd. County 1"1"11' F.
---- this was . A I'I
miles of Starke I I'nrurnlHlieil upstairs before you. not onlyIn after the protests HTATi OK FIA>IIU>A to.: ChurleiIt. July of July A. l I' !IMI.IMtetl this Order 'It, ,u,. ," .
Foil HUNT day
119 East Call Street Hl pit it nw'nt.-2 rooms' 'and porch advertising displays and; In the at $7.80. with a ceiling of 18.88 Cra.ui<.., hone residence l I. un this .list day of May A. sues.Witness raj

Adults preferred See or wrlliMIH newspapers, but through his made effective for a few day "v'cni"' required to appear, 01 I I' 1144OFFICIAL" Itty 1Neat ,I,.,
'. are /SI3AL) A. J. Thomas ut :stark 1111
W. T. CLUTE, Realtor. --_- .. M. ( Sweeney Hampton.Fla. 6-2l-2t many activities of a civic and prior to May 1. Still later an un- June ZStli aiM j 1944.! In, wherein the nl.m|>lulntlteek8 'name Clerk( of Circuit (Court BradfordCounty IDtli, 11144.OFFICIAL. r ')" IL
-- Wherever thereIs effort was made to Court cause ; Florida.. 6-2-4t-6-23 ( SK\i I ,
patriotic nature. Bradford <:"ulllY1'"I..lIrRl'h ) t
IMSICMANK.VT' ;: WAYS:, fiflcI o your .. divorce AM Clerk of said t
own I'ernisnent. with (Charm-Kin I IK VOlT worLii nuY on HCLL-'': something going! on which concerns have the $8.88 price continued shall publish thin Ol..rIn C. iW. ;
equipment, , milk .. slock cows .beer cut, four weekly Issues.Witness ('1)1 MT. D"! '11.(111) i I Ii
Complete' 'ow. next i% l'IIUTI'I'
Kit .. those he "serves such as a throughout the season. off IP In Florida, Ally (,?, PlryuIY ,
and =
iniv 40 curium a n il tie, stock bull ur notes, .IJ In my hand (0' "'!"*'. FI.OHIUtl l\ fll\\- .:
1-:ary to do, Hbsolulelv. In.I-I'' I touch with J. f>. Odom. ., War Bond Rally. Reddy will be Rep. Murray (D-Tenn). took Issue seal I at HUrke. Florida, this IIlay! ('K.HV.Mlllurd lull 1'1' ('Ot

l'r.ils-l liv thotiMiinilM. Flux 217 SiHrke. llox 204 Lake. I on hand, trying to be of service with a statement by O'KKCIAIJ! A..1. Thoma.Ax I Leroy Kent Plaintiff vs. l'/)1'\1'1'. .'I.OIII.\h.M. \ '
Fuy \tel.nal.! jcliimorntis .. nty. Telephone 4X1 I Lake City today ( !SEAL.) Maude A, Kent Defendant. ('Eli,'. .,
,,'lar Money rfunited ir 1-6-14 I -for "service" la his middle Deputy OPA Administrator J_. Clerk of wild Court. Case No. 3139.OHDEH Charles "-. Braglp

.isfiedKOCH. nitirn STORE I name--or would be If he had one! convince d T. Frank Iundrum. Starke.264t1I18NO'I'U'11 Finn>' OF PUBLICATION Marguerite It Brugl phhlf\
Brownlee he was
IIKWAIIM of 1.13: fur Information that hi... Atty. for Flf. AND NOTICE TO APPEAR Case No. J13.
,.Hdlnlr to rental of furnished Reddy's head is Globular witha "not only are the prices set en- STATE OF FLORIDA to: MaudeA. OKOEH. OF
IMTIILIC ACCOUNTANTAdvice;: : on house or Apartment. by Army lamp-bulb nose, representingthe If they OP .,PPI.1 -%TIO% Volt Kent whose residence I I. No.1. AND NOT leI.:f''JLlrA'"'
vineItirnkkeeplny 81.Mtarke : I tirely fair but further '1'A \ IIKK1: : Delaware. A"
Federal. tuxes; will sillvl' officer and wife Write Hox Second Avenue. Mldevale "A 1'1tW
records. set up or phone. 16.1 and I leave first use of electricity-light- err at all they err on the side (Senate H11e.. 111. )OI'IS.Tlu" 1' O. New Castle Delaware.You iruerlte U. BenKl l'idrilIl, | )* 4
books fllc. Write Hnrolil Hen m"M..a" 1 Itp Ing. His ears represent those indispensable NOTll'1: IM HBHKBV laiCertlflcateB : are required to appear on Is 71 I Mount Vernon Hut 'm'
of of X ,
son lien Del., Starke.5-I2--41-6-3 liberality. T. J. Alderman holder June 26th 1944 In the above named field Park New ...
volt HALIO-Hahy stroller and folding little "gadgets" we the numbered and dencrloed anl' wherein plaintiff lenity
Murray told a reporter Court cause I You are required, .
(l-rni. Imnatt- play pen. Mrs. Rhoda ))am1'1..1' call wall sockets. His body arms .UK follows, to-wit; Number 60 seeks divorce. Bradford County June 2Bth, 1944 In lit l k,-
FOIL HALMorturn low to recompense A. P 19311Number : : I ll > ,
I'hnne 19-J. It ceilings are too Issued September 7, shall publish this Order
with both and electrli Ity.Completely electric flashes, and Court and cause w hereleSseeks
Inw and legs are August 2, A. D.) '
--- with lea 21\6 issued weekly Issues. 1 .
furnished. On. mlln producers faced In next divorce Bradf !
.ANTI.n-Honkk..r.! preferred and shoE's.8S 1S3 I Issued August and official ,,,
. he wears rubber gloves 1937 and Number hand
Road ; Witness my
east of HJarke i>n Mensem .. Denmark Furniture Co. half normal due to filed name I In : Telegraph shall publish i
than a crop has th'
fcltnrke.6194t. controlled 7. A. I>. 19:19.: seal| at I'tt.rke.1o'lurlda., this May 'In '
Muore that in
Jerry reminder
Inquire a .
|> _g-2-2t I adverse weather conditions. mY office and halt made appllcutloi. 24lh. 1944. \ rtXntes'sUrmWy"hk,1i,1'7, ; ..
electricity you have a service; both for Tax Deed to be issued there"mSaid (OFFICIAL( SKAL) A. J. Thomas seal n( r
Foil KALI-:-100 ll>. capacity Knolerulor Certificates embrace Iii .v.4r.urk" Florid l.. a" ,
.Ice box Pre-war safe and economical for any job Tax I lithe AM! Clerk of nald Court. 24th
l..OST-ft.,1 and white tided row j porceluln CARD OF THANKS following described properties ; I>. Morgan, Jacksonville\ ,
marked crop upper l hit one ... Inshle and out One year old "Kilowatt"' Is the most used County of Bradford State of William Florida, Atfy. for 1'lf. 5-8-4t-8-16 As(OFFICIAL Clerk o* said SKALj I'!)" i J. t
Also child's wickerstroller. nri
oilier Like
split under square .r.// new. word in electrical languaxe; -so wish''to''express Florida, to-wlt 1 William t>. Morgan
appreciation ; ,
brand II C. Also rect-t> Never used Mrs! L I my' Lulu 5, 8, 11. 1J, In \Voodl wn. \ll\ L"II" <\
heifer marked crop upper bit ... Krieger M-4 Klngsley Lake VII It was, chosen for his surname.Elecll'iclty I to the voters' of Precinct Two Section/ II. Township| 5 Hnuth.Hallll' IN (.uu..r (0' 11'(', IIIIIIKOHI. Jacksonville, Florida Allt;
ear under square other la ye. 1 tptll'AIIU Is always ready for 22 Kant: containing 4ft acremore II Cot M1'1'1, FI.OIIIII\I IN tlll- I.u"! ,
brand f'-T.f5 reward per head. rn"llce for the .vote and support givenme less. which IM ..embrace (.tll: ,'.
A. O. C'roMby, ill. 2, Box 218.Htarke. of 'IO for return to sel'vlce-so "Reddy" seemed the I or unld Tax Certificate Numliei i Molker 1>. Conner Plaintiff vs. Il'Iltl't' 1'1' ( 01 HIHiu,,,
Station of brown and white at the Polls on May 23rd. under ( 0' %'r1', FI.OIIIIK,
lip Defendant.Case
most appropriate given name for 50. l Issued. September 7. A I>. 1:1:18.: : S. Hope Conner C'lOH Y.Joseph 1'1 I
luilldoaAnswers to
thank the peopleof See-Hot 3137.OIIDKH .
also desire to \ of N\VVi of No.
\ Lot I
Ma '
A. lied
name "Heaiis". lip 22 OF PITTJLICATIO.V i, pK| | !
him.He the County tor the many expressions 31, Town hlrl 7 South Range or AND NOTICE TO APPKAIt Harriet Holahei MurrhMii
Foil SALK-,Jerney cow and calf will appear often In thispaper' of confidence coming to East, containing embraced 10 acres under more Mile STATE OF .FLOIUPA to: S. HopeConner fendant. Case No. 3130OHOErt .
and, two heifers." fan be seen at I INNS. which IM Is 215 OF IMT-Llt-ATK.
I Look for him. the 260. issuesAugust whose residence
from time t6 time during Tax Certificate Number AND NOTICE
$::1.00.00 Ornhiim. Mrs C. FOKIT. 8-2.2tp me 2. A. D. li 37. Orunt Avenue, Moundsvllle, West STATE OF Tn AHK.
twelve that I have 'I.onlD.10:
FOIl, HALK-1941! Chevrolet pick-up past years 6 acre In the Southeast ("orn..rof Virginia.You to appear on Holzherr Murchettl, wine
truck 4 new lire. -Carl Johns. been before them as a public official :NK"of" NVV'li being 4(14( antn4 are required In above named flee address Is x,20:; ) Knrt Hr

Will Pay Up To j It Berry Ceiling or aa a?,.,andldate for pub- \ ft. E: & W by 6tli 7' South ft. N &tang S. It! June Court 24th.and 1944 cause, wherein the plaintiff Parkway Brooklyn I 9Xrel: ,tYou
5, TpwnHhlp are required
Section seeks. divorce. Bradford CountyTelegraph in "" ,
$100 For Suit 'Reddy Kilowatt' lic office. These expressions have 22 East: containing 8 acres more 01leHM shall publish this Order June 17th. 1944 In the alwt'r,
have been an inspiration to me which IM embraced under sail, weekly Issues Court and cause, "''laN",
able Tax Certificate Number 183 issue In next (our officialat seeks divorce. IIroolrl, ,rd 7Telegraph
ApartmentOr {
Makes His Bow Stirs Up ProtestAccording and have encouraged me to ren- August 7, A. U. 1939. > Witness Florida my hand, this May 24th shall pnliimh, Hi

House In Vicinity der the very best service of whichI The assessment of nld proper; t944.Starke In next four weekly IwuimWitness
Certifi I Ieaten
Taking bin place with other embraced under said Tax SEAL! ) A. J. ThomasAs my hood and *
when I vacate
and (
am capable 7, A
Number BO of September seal at Starke:: Florid, .iki20th.
Of Camp famous characters lined In advertising to a news dispatch the office of County Commissioner I). 136.! was In the name of J. JlWilliams. Clerk&of Knight said Court.Knight Starke. Florida. 1944.OFFICIAL.

Blanding. a new "personality" comes from Washington, D. C., last next January I will do so with Attys. for Plf. 5-20-41-8-16 As( Clerk of said SEAL Court) A. J.1I
assessment. of suit prn".rtyembra.d
to Florida and makes his first. .week Congressmen from Southern the moat kindly and grateful feel- The under said. Tax C'ertlfl- Walter C. llurdesty. 1 Inotoui'

p I'hone 51 Mrs. Jacobs appearance In this week's Issue strawberry producing states have Ings toward the people of the rate Number 2S8 of August 2. A. 1))>. lfllKTIT COI'RT. Slit U"'OIlD' Florida. Atty. for Plf i.1is i
l> ( -
of HeBteiAdamn. ( 0' \ 'Y.
1437. was In the name
Hotel of the Telegraph.He abandoned efforts for higher
Room 12 Magnolia District and of the County. tinv.

Is "Reddy Kilowatt" and ceiling prices for the crop after Respectfully yours, The assessment of said, Irop"rty.nbrll.d : Alice Christine Bolt Defendant.Case Plaintiff. va.

receiving a final "No" from the under said Tax Certificate William H. Holt codA
... _.. L. L. Conner. A. l,>. No. 3135.OltPBU .
.. Number 1H3! of August 7.
+-.-.. ---- - - - - - - -- Office of Price Administration Pl'PLI'ATIONANI
... .L- 1939! was" In the name' of Marshal OF
Senator Stewart of Tennessee Jack on. ) NOTICE TO APl'KAIS

EVERY BRANCH OF said that 'what his group New shipment of office suppliesIn be Unless redeemed said according Tax C..rtlflcat""hal1 to law the K.STATE Holt' (Technical OF FLORIDA Sergeant to: William) SerialNo. :: .'S1 WI?

i sented" most was that "re-I l properties described therein will lit,. 7O06230. Port of Embarkation
at Bradford-County Telegraph !South Carolina.
under Hold to the highest bidder at the North Charleston,
ties were placed price
office. South Front Door of the Court Volt 'are required to appear' on
!) trol after the Florida crop anj Mount on the First Monday In the, June 28th 1944 In the above IIItln.,1C'.t
A. D. Iil44 which lthe >. and cause*, wherein Plaintiffseeks
most of Louisiana's large crop trillCI IT CO!'HT. HIt \IH-'OHl month of July Bradford County

notzranceH. had been marketed. I: (t'In:'OI; M1TS'Y.Clarence. .'..01t1tJ"| I1t.,,- 3rd day this of 31st.: July day A. of D It May 14Ptted A: Telegraph divorce shall publish tills Order

D. l'>44 lit next four weekly 1 1y
L. T. Dyer, Bradford County Larson, Plaintiff VB.
Alta Defendant fuse No (OFFICIAL SEAt.) A. J. Thomas my hand and official
farm agent, stated yesterdaythat 8153.OliniJU..arHOn Clerk of Circuit Court Tlrudforr, seal I at Starke, Florida, this May
the will have ",'4>iintv. Florid, 634t2'' 23rd 1944.OFFICIAL.
ceiling price

C. WALL no effect here since although NOTK-K: Tl> APPBAI INO'IICK OF .,I PI.HTIO* FOIL As( Clerk of said SEAL: Court) A. J. Thomas e
STAT OF FItltir to: Alta THKKII'
berries are still being;: marketed T.arxon, whose residence IB Sparta, (senate Hill 110... II1.'U I\l.thol & Safer 702 Graham Bldg.
they are selling at $5: and $::5.50 WlHfonHln. NOTICE IS HEREBY O1VEN Jacksonville Florida Attvs. for I'If.I26.4tBl6.

per crate, well below the ceiling You are required to appear on That l'lnraIae Knlxht. holder of 4j
Agency Monday, July 3rd 1941 In the above Tax Certlflratea Numbered and de.
price. named Court and cause, wherein niTlbed as. follows, to-wlt: Nutubei IN (Itll'I "'1' .1 0' III', Hit.\IHOlllttOINTl '' l' 1
plaintiff seeks divorce. Bradford ...0111.11.1'IU. :\-
240 (untied August 6, '1921; Number
I' Initially congressmen from Telegraph hall ('I:.ll t'.
Constant Service Over 50 Years t'ounty publinhthlx 1144 l Hued August 7. 1933; and ,
Tennessee Louisiana Kentucky Order In next four weekly Number 2S8 Issued September 2. Thomas McCabe Plaintiff vs. K1U-
issues.Witness. beth Schaefer MiCabe, Defendant.
Arkansas Virginia and other 1940 has filed came In. my offlo
hand and official
my for Tux
and has made application
Please Phone 116 States protested establishment of I seal at Stalk, Florida, thin May heed tr be issued thereon.
list 1944.HWFICIAL. I Will Bf Back Home
I I Tax Certificates embrace th
any ceilings for strawberries, SEAL) A..1. Thomas,
described propertied In th.
"II..wln" June 1 and Want Your: Shoe
County of Bradford State of Florida .
1 ; Repair Work.

; "f-r: ;:\'!<<''f.i'., . 4 .. Lots 1. :'I. and 4, of Rlk 29. TlvIngrston -
', . Truby & Company's SuhUtvlxlon C.II.CLARKRoute t
'. / '1.1-" d't4& ,'., In Town of Sturke Bradford -
i' "":' (>' ','i' ,i: 1 &'.':""'' ,;/: '* County. Florida In NK"-i olNE 2 Box 48 1 1
I <. .,...':1.",J', '>. :; ." ', of :Section 2S. Township! 1 8 Get Your: Work Same Day
South Range It: East which Is embraced -
under said Tax C..rtlf"'ltteNlImb..r

240 Issued. August 6th.,. .. -.n.. .. L ...,. _
w Lot 2. of Blk 24, Livingston, Tru.
t by & Company's Suh-tmtxlon olNEH (
: ; "rlt of :--,1. of /Section 24.< Township Prompt Service Careful Drive
41 :South Range 22 East In
rh' .. Town of I'Itark. Bradford,
I'ounty Florida which In. embraced
'under said Tax Certificate Number
1144 Issued August 7th., 1933. Starke Taxi Servic
Lots 3. and 4. of Blk 30 Llvlngx.ton ,
; Trubv & Company's Suli-Dlvl-
don or NFL| of NEVI of Section
2t, Township 6 South llange 23:
East: In the town of Stork, Brad. Phone 150
rord County Florida. which In em.hraced .
under. said Tax (certificatelumber *
248 Issued September 2,,
s 144(1. Nig
The assessment of said property Day
under sold Tax Certificate No. 240
vf 192-t. was In the name of Joe
login .
The assessment of said prop..rtyund"r
Y p ald. Tax Certificate No.
I 1141 of 1433! Wa In the name of
t y p toe Hogan. MANY
\\1', wm. 4, The assessment of said property
, I II !, <,3r v ylr. ., IY"AY. under sold Tax Certificate. No 2N8of
I I 1 I!HI f), was In the name of Wllll
., : ltobert
: Unless sold Tax Certificates shall
b"t redeemed according to Law the
l ropertles described therein will bold .
tl) the highest bidder at the
'outh i Front Door of the Court
wus on the first Mpndav In the
Month of July, A. D. 1444. which '
Is the 3rd day of July A. P. 1944. KOCH1
Dated this 31st. day of May A. CAN BE mm AT

). t't 4 4
(,OFFICIALoIEAT/ ) A. J. Thomas.,
: ( Jerk of circuit Court Bradford
: (otiTifv Florid. 1I.34tIIUI THIS WEEK

T'x' IIK:.:UMouse .
( Hill !OJ... IS4t3:
; I That 1'. Vf Packham the holder of We Are Offering The Following:

}yy to t o ,r / he following Tax Certificates has
lied said certificates for a tax
f dot..d l t''> be Issued thereon. The Large Turkish Bath
artificate:! numbers and years of
sMuance, the description of prop- 85c
SHARE THE RIDE TODAY ..rty, and the names In which Itwa. Towel .
.. assessed. are as. follows:
Certificate No. 47.
1a Year of Issuance August' 4, A.D. Padlocks

i . . and You Give Uncle Sam a Lift I.Description 1941. nf Property: E% of 50c 75c up to $1.25Wash -

N":'"; of SEU Section 14, Township
'1 SuutK. Kango 20 East containing
:0 Acres more or less.. 15c
,.: Where would we be today if our every one of us to enlist in a great : Name. In which asvessed. H. "L.lough. Cloths -

forefathers had gone their separate awakening,, of that early American Certificate Year of Issuance No.. 79. August 4, A. Wash Lines 15c 1 2,5c & 50c

ty' ways at their own convenience? creed of helping ourselves by helping ..--, D.19ft., Description of Property! N'4 of 75c

EL'S of tlF:". ..... Ry Section 5, Sterno Stoves at 50c &
r When this nation was in its infancy, our neighbors. Sharing oUr automobiles ownshlp 7 South, Hinge, 21 East:

%1 neighbor gave neighbor a helping is as easy as it is helpful. ontalnlng:now Name n. In 5 acres which more assessed. or less.Un- : Sterno Heat 50c a jar

hand. That spirit expanded 13 Wherever we go, there's somebody 6 Certificate No. 252.Year 55c
of Issuance August 4, A.D. Heatabs with tripod at

struggling colonies into a vast, going our way. When we give him a I.Description lilt\ or Property! Lots 9, ,

united nation. lift give Uncle Sam lift the 10. of Blk 11. Livingston. Truby A
we a on ('I,.'. Addition tot Town of Starke, Heatabs with folding
ectlan> !S. Township 0 South '. UU
Today our country is calling upon way to Victory. tange 23 Kant.Name stove _ i. I I.
In which assessed, C. F.llgdan. .
Certificate. No 317. Steel Wool l0c 1
In addition to supplying the nrroed force with glider and bomber fuselage! frames wing Year of Issuance August 4, ,.. at _

part, gun turret purU and foodstuffs, Anheuaer-Buach produced materials which go into ll ii in lh..,m.mntt /u>tltpr D. 1941Description of Property: Lot 1 Ladies' Parasols
'"11:. E: 25 ft. and W 25 ft. of Lots
the manufacture of: Rubber Aluminum :Munitions :Medicines B Complex .
..," ,J" thel .. I I. 19. 20, 21, 22, C. J. Weeks. Sub- 8.9"
Vitamins. hospital Diet Baby Foods Bread and other Bakery products brveag. .J Mvl,.;ion. Section 11 Township 7 _ _ _ _ $5.50 to

Vitamin-fortified cattle fecxla Batteries Paper Soup and Textile*-to name a few .fl 4 tfflctmt ctmp+nion.BttJu'tiitr outh.Name FUnge in which 22 East.assessed, Ethel

ma'ch,.yeMr'.J ohnson.Certificate. No. J44. ASK US FOR FATHER'S DAY CJ\HD

Jo.i"'l/ that trmooJ yore Year of Issuance August. 4. A. D.
B .. .. d. jar"' eJ..lI ,, no. 1541.Description of Property: Com 190 AND GIFTS FOR THIS EVENT'KOCHDRUGSTOR

w & : S e r flU J "", O.UI'! .bi/ftiota. ft N of SE Cor of Sec if & run W

?: ,"... "..N ....w. ,.r ....., IU ft.. N 800 ft., E 845 ft. !
III Moo ft., to pt of beg Section 11, !
12701044A ownshlp. 8 South Range S3 East: ,
antalnlnc 10 acres. more or less.

; N H U" B U C H 5 A I INT L 0 I Name la which assessed. Mrs.

.. E" 5"5"E .R" 5. O. .u. . '.

--,- . . .._ ., i4.

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