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: July 21, 1944
Frequency: weekly
Subject: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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Bibliographic ID: UF00027795
Volume ID: VID04872
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 33886096
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Official County Publication Established In 1877


rozen Food ,i Food Course Preservation To Be Plane ,Crash Home James Delbert on Leave Casey Sea. 2-c, No Candidates I Public School MeetingA Board Calls City To Collect i

Offered BrookerMrs. recently returned to his base at
Plant Near Lawtey Elizabeth City,: N.' C., after spend As Yet For public meeting for the purpose ,

ker Rosa C. Cook Homemaking ing a ten-day leave with his parents I of explaining proposed Increase Paper TuesdayIn

teacher of Starke will con- Mr and In the support and main-

duct an .O.S.Y.A. Food Conservation Fatal To GunnerThe Mr. T, L. Caseyat tenance budget for the fiscal year
Tanned Here and Preservation Course at r aM Graham. His Council PlacesWith 1944-43 has been called by the South Starke

the Brooker Community House on 'v4 brother Beryl D. School Board for Monday morn-

each Tuesday and'Thursday after- Cagey, Sea. 2-c, ing August 7. at 10 a, m, i
and H.. E; quiet town of Lawtey was the deadline for I
Landrum I The
Frank ; of The meeting Is called In accordance waste paper drive In Brad. ,
noon from 1 till 5:30: o'clock. I Daytona Beach
aroused about 10 o'clock
announce the. completion Tuesday candidates! in the Septembercity with provisions of a ford County la taking on new !:
was at home for '
of a The course has been organized evening by the screeching dive of election little
L erection more than life this
for the statute enacted by the 1943 Legislature with the announce-
plans plant to be under the direction of the Agriculture a Navy bomber which crashed one I day during three weeks off, no announcementshave ment that Charles
locker and Elizabeth
teed, stating that a public meet-
(his time and the ,
ten not Department In helping to one-half miles due Easto
one and been made for
the two
positions -
Lawson children of
i Ing must be held In any county Mr. and Mrs.
cofnc tyrkesidentse there establish. a canning plant, even ( the village near the govern LI big two time boys had a. on the City Council which In which the support and maintenance H. A. Lawson, have been selected f r .

surrounding rural section tually. ment rifle range killing the gun t their compart will apparently be open budget indicates an increase as King and Queen In accordance i I
,:, announced This Is a rare, opportunity for ner aboard. lug exper- Three places on the council are '
and tenees In the of more than five percent over the I with Instructions from the State .
kpr after a trip 1 n to adults and out-of-school youths. The pilot of the two-man dive Navy I to be filled and incumbents H. A expenditures of the previous year Salvage Chairman. J.

If plans week for the purpose Won't you come and make this bomber balled out when, as he I Bishop} and L. A. Dnvl! have ,

rglalast several successful your canning ,course? ? said "It burst Into flames" and I stated that they will not be can- City officials are now whole
Nepectng In opera- to Althoughhe didates for re-election The third heartedly backing the drive and
that are already parachuted safety. $10,000 War Bond Large Group city trucks made the first collection
nit had ordered the gunner to place coming up U the seat held
that of papor on Call St., and thenorth
n In formerly' occupied : $50,000 NeededTo jump, the pilot pres u m e d that by K. G. Duncan who Is now In
|The! building I the Mayo Clinic at Rochester! half of town Tuesday after.
Shop on he have not had time.
Machine may Enters ServiceThe On
Hartman noon. Tuesday, July 23, the
I tile city Bought By CityFollowing Minn., and who stated before leav-
U at the northern' torrential rain which almost trucks will pick up paper on Call ,
id will ing that he had not definitely de-
hat been leased and Reach Goal Immediately followed the crash, St., and the south half of town. i
III i cided whether he would be
a candidate
dergo extensive remodeling extinguished the flames, makingIt a' regular'meeting of : or not Bradford County Selective Thus! paper will be collected along .. i

t it for use as a locker plant difficult for searchers from I the Starke City Council Tuesday \ The deadline for Service Board announces that the Call St., once a week-each Tues
hundred lockers each hav- For want of a nail a shoe! was I Lawtey to locate the craft so evening at which time only rou- qualifying can- following men were accepted for day-and In, north Starke and I
didates is
tee i! August 13. City registration -
capacity of from 250 to lost; I II that the pilot reached the village tine business I was transacted. service In the armed forces during south Starke on alternate Tues. I
books will be until
a pounds will! be Installed to I For want of a 'shoe a hone was before the searching party could I Chairman H.,,A. Bishop announcedthe August 12 for the open of' the month of June: days ';' ,

gin with, The plant will have lost; : get to the plane. purchase last week of a $10 qualifying new voters.purpose White Residents of the south half of ; ,I
for storing 100,000 For want of st horse a rider was Despite his harrowing exper- 000 Series F War Bond. f Alton Dobbs
sclt j 150.g .- The city Is now In good financial town are urged to have their 'f
Us of meat and curing lost; ience; the pilot was able to walk, ThU brings the total amountIvested'by.the I Irif condition and with revenues Douglas Price Hardy waste paper tied In bundles of ,
| pounds of meat per' season.stor- For want of a .rider a kingdomwas to Lawtey and make a phone call City in War Bondsto from all sources' reaching unprecedented John Frank Thornton around 25 pounds and placed on r

i to the frozen, foods lost. to'a nearby' Naval Air Base to report 70000. / heights It Is considered Paul Cevera Flitch the curb so that the truck drivers .

-. *. !I I the accident. Members present at this week's Increasingly Important to see that Paul Denmark will be sure to get it next Tues .

lit Is expected to have the plant And for want. of an additional Further details concerning the meeting, wll1 addition to Mr. able candidates are brought: out Thomas Edward 'Lewis day. Anyone who Is. missed in

|aly for operation by fall but 60not $ OOoo Inyeatment in War Bond, crash have not been released by Bishop, were L. A Davis and WM. for the positions.on the city council Roy Bruce McDitvId this collection la asked, to call Cochairman .. I i
that War William Thomas Jack.onRUI'nle
PO I regulations' require Bradford County's Fifth the Navy. ? Edwards. t L. ,T, Dyer at 93-W.
be Inlied 'lost. Home
the lockers to Loan Drive will be
of for byIvlduab Marvin Elmer Rosier Mr Dyer asks 'teachers In the
1 must be contracted application for If 67 Bradford Countlans would NutritionistStresses Edwards Awarded Women Needed Elmer Albert Lewis rural schools to cooperate by having
before additional $1,000 at
buy an
Walter Swindell. all waste paper In their com
liorlties! can be submitted. $750( each, this county could reach ImportanceOf Contract For Negro For Vital WorkIn Colorisl munities brought to the school

J Thin requirement 'Is Government necessary its quota of $279,00000 and'our Vitamin C School BuildingAt Army HospitalThe Sylvester Harrington where It can be picked up. People
faith to our fine record of exceeding' every'goal ,
| good George Antln Kelly living near Starke but outside
critical material used 1" would still be unblemished Walker State cpeclal'' session of the
lit all shall First thing Vera a Women's Army Corps Is Bobby Lee Green the city limits are urged to bring
constructlo! of this plant 'Since bond purchases throughthe Board of Health's nutritionist did School Board:, held Friday, July peeking 22.000 patriotic American Louis Kelly their paper to the courthouse

\ In strict accordance ,with" Mr.the remainder of this month will when she returned recently from 14, J. 1\\.(. Edwaid- of the Brad women for duty In Army hospitalsto David McGi'egor "Everyone should know by thin s

d Conservation Program that stljU count on the quota there Is doing post graduate work at the ford Engineering Co.. was: award. I help care for the wounded beIng James Jackson time the urgent need for wastepaper 'I
kndrum stated., "W hope 'this yet tlmekto.make the grade J Uhlverslty of Chicago was to urge ed a contract, for the constructionof : returned from overseas David Jones In the war effort, and there

1 ih the full cooperation tjf : If you* haven't: Invested 'every homefolk to eat plenty of foods a concrete block building 14 I Major James W -Warren ofFourth Joe Carter Is no excuse for anyone burningor
and surrounding coun- containing precious vitamin C, the I x24 to be used by the Brooklyn otherwise destroying this vital
Immunity cent in bonds that you conscientiously I Service Command Headquarters Report- For Induction
Stjrke will be the proud posssor vitamin that builds firm, pink,J Colored School. material," Mr stated.
y feel you can spare, pleased Atlanta, la now In Jack The following men repotted for Dyer
modern frozen
of the first ." 'so now. With this county almost gums and aids in their resistance 1 1 The contract ''was In the amount sonville conferring with recruiting Induction on Tuesday, July 18: "We are further requesting

(04. locker...ntr plant... mnrasents In Florida._ftn. In- within- sight of }Its goal, ,It against ''"pink toothbrush.- of trials! $9733 labored: and include.-1"supplies.The .all' '.Tin- officers to perfect plans for en 1S'hiteWilson' everyone to tie the paper securely

Ile to $30j ,- would be a shame to fall short, With oranges and grapefruit: listing women who are qualified Foch May' or place It In' cartons bo that It
of from $25,000 I following\ leai tern were
itmwt Include a just a few thousand dollars.Vacation the two highest producers of the as medical technician Edward Albert Hartman may be handled conveniently,"
and the plant will Important vitamin C virtually out recommended by Lru..t..u of Spec- Some of the medical technician William Clarendon Powell Mr. Dyer continued. "Th bottleneck .
U room ,where all ial Tax School District No 3, '
processing 'SchoolStarts Of season, folk may overlook the jobs women are being asked to Joseph Wesley Kelly In the collection of wastepaper
In are carefully Stnrke! as teachers at B. H. S
brought ,
fruits and fill techtnlclan to
many other Florida ate: orthopedic Joe Maiklee Alvarez has been getting It tied
spared and placed In moisture Monday reliable, for the' 1944-43 term: N. Carson make various of braces
vegetables which are help Thomas Carlten Chastaln properly so that It may be handledby
oof cartons or wrapped In molsiit Church sources of "C". j GeIger, high school and Mrs. Lester and artificial limbs, pharmacist Leo Kenneth Turner the Tlmen-Unlon trucks which

proof paper and "sharp" froze i At Methodist For example, South, Florldan* Bar: Jr., elementary. These aide to assist pharmacists In lab Olbert Leon Brown haul It to Jacksonville. It seems 'f

temperature of 25 degrees I A Vacation Church School will' should take advantage of the unglamorizedbut' recommendations were unanimous oratory work, psychiatric social Shirley McGowan that 'we might have some volunteer ,

low zero. After this proceduree begin at the Methodist Church high In VC-ra ly approved. worker to perform cane work necessary Mabra Dowln Harrell help from boys, girls, men 'It
articles will then be placed The route 'driven last year by In of and who
the diagnosis soldiers women would with
which Monday ,morning, July 24, at' 9 guavas, mangoes,: papayas an Harold Andrews Cr"wsEarl assist
the Individual lockers Bill Parrish was awarded to him
*. Guavas and needing psychiatric treat. Leslie Whitehead thin job for an hour or two a
gooseberries f
zero a m. Ceylon
''II carry a temperature of have several time, again at t$73 per month. ment Braille 'and typewriting bonnie Hugh Crawford week.' Every Tuesday has been
id may be secured at any timer All boys and girls are Invited gooseberries The Board received bids on a technicians to teach the blind the William Dawson Carter declared waste paper day for "

use '''In the, home to, attend and a good time Is In as much ,vitamin and C as oranges hav new school bus as follows: operation of a machine similar toa Joseph William\ Andrews, III Bradford County, and, those who '.

It was pointed out that the stiie for everyone. The varied while mangoes papayas Quinn R.) Barton $2,69623; An. typewriter and to teach Braille. Steve Starling Jr. can help In this way should notify .

cold storage locker plant will activities wll 'Include: motion about the 'same weight foS) drews Motor Co.' $2,64491; In- symbols, lip reading technicians to J. E. Norman Mr. Dyer or report to the t tI

,abate the necessity: I for the sUiglng, Bible stories with Flannel- weight. man-Johnson Co. $2,905.82; Can teach the deaf, occupational therapist James Marlon Reddish, Jr. I Starke Farmers Market warehouse I.I

wewlfe to do a lot of canning? graph "Illustrations. Handwork, .But these .fruits aren't always non Iron Works $2.65000; Rivers to conduct recreational facilities Rudolph Alonza Crawford on Tuesday morning. This

/ making It possible to keep theme recreation and refreshments. obtainable In consistent quantitiesfor Body Factory $2, 94.00 plus $50( for disabled patients, medical Morris Calvin Kelley will be a fine way for anyone I ,

food articles In "fresh frome Workers' who have spare time the residents of North and transportation',charge. stenographer, X-Ray, labora- Carl Junior Vanzant to show his or her patriotism and

e .rden form" subject to her and would like to assist are askedto West Florida.' Therefore, the The bid was awarded to Andrews ory and dental technician. Howard Calvin Manning help In a good cause In a war i

ill it t any time.otarians see the pastor, Rev. J.. W, good old standby-the tomato-Is Motor Co., the bus to be Some of these Jobs require college George Ray Cauthen necessity Job. f
Churchwell. first on the roster In vitamin C purchased as soon as applicationfor degrees others high school Lawrence Edgar Mosefey, Jr. "Un leNs we get more coopera'I'

Told ,Dr.. H.. Carter Hardin, district content In those regions. Canned same Is approved.The graduation plus some practical ex- lion from the people of Starke '

superintendent, will make his of- grapefruit Juice, however, Is not tentative budget drawn up perience. Women without actual Farmers Enjoy and the County we cannot make .

lew Tax Returns ficial visitation to the church Sunday to be underestimated for Its gum was approved by the Board. experience, but who desire this I a success of the drive. Can we

i\l\ Be Simpler evening July 23, at 8 p. m. strengthening content. Raw cab- type of work, will be given 8 to I Tour of PasturesAt count on you?" Mr, Dyer con. f

He will deliver the sermon and bage and green peppers are excellent Blanding HospitalHas 12 weeks training In Army schoolsat Field Day cluded.
Aldrich the Infine as a vitamin C source, and
Boss, 'chief' of. hold the first quarterly conferenceof Hot Springs, Ark. .
tax division, Bureau'of In- the year. Every official and should be eaten' as fresh as pos- Widened Sgt, Evelyn Carlisle recruiter Several farmers from Bradford
rn i Revenue, Jacksonville, was all friends'' of the church are urged sible.When Field of OperationTo who Is on duty at the Starke Post I County together with County RespondTo

et' speaker at the Rotary Club to be present.At you "pause to refresh" Office every Thursday and Friday, Agent L. T. Dyer, attended the Plea For HelpersAt

edtttday and gave a clarifying the morning service' the pastor yourself, order limeade. The University take the load off army gen stated that she will make arrangements annual Field Day and pasture

scission of the new changes 'In will speak, on the subject: of Florida experiment Station eral hospitals In this area the for an Interview with tour at the Experiment Stationat Red Cross Room

,e i come tax law. Challenge of the Church" finds that Florida limes areas Camp Blanding Station Hospital Major Warren for women who Interested Gainesville. Wednesday afternoon I
The speaker stated that the and the choir baa arranged special rich as lemons In vitamin C- has been named as a ."Regional as medical technicians. of last week Those attend- Mrs. O. E. Stansbury, assistant

Nikts trend in the new changes music. and of course they are much more Station Hospital" by the War De- Women who are accepted for ing were: Charlman of Production, Is gratified -

P'neen "patriotic" for home consumption partment.With these jobs wll be enlisted as privates over the response to the
toward W W.
slmplitlcation School meets at 10 a. C. Conner, R Conner, I
,"" Church a slight Increase In personnel may request overseas duty, call for women to help in the
pe predicted that the aver- M. L. Conner, Merton Clark Mr
a'clans: for age.
[M person, will have much less m.,, with meets every at 7 Cantaloupe is also very good, the hospital will now ac- and will have an opportunity to and Mrs Paul Bridges, Mrs. Ar production War Relief gar

autie! making his return for Youth Fellowship p. though somewhat experstve sourceof cept military hospital cases withina work toward a commission. thur McRae, V. R. Ferguson, F. ments and also In making kit

"II year than has, been exper- m., with an Interesting and programfor vitamin C. Lime juice served on 75 mile radius of camp. Sgt Carlisle added "Since the M. Norman Russell Norman, Mr. bags for the men going over seas.

Gced In the past. He stated Intermediates young peo cantaloupe Improves the flavor, II "The Regional Hospital will act Invasion of Europe, the need for and Mrs. C. A. Futch, Joe Sis- Lawtey, Brooker and Theressa

.at there la also apparently an ple. adds vitamin C and decreases the as a clearing house In taking the women technicians has become trunk and Foster Shl Smith. have accepted a quota and sever

!:,01'being made to reduce burg. Tryit this way for an appetizer load off of General Hospitals," critical. Our wounded boys are Several new pasture grasses al church: groups have responded.Mrs .

Irbtly the tax load of the man Civilian WorkersAt or dessert: MaJ. Ralph E. Paige: Hospital being returned to the States In were seen with beef cattle grazing !' *
ItI1 several 1 cantaloupe Executive Officer, stated. ever Increasing numbers. The Stansbury stated that the
dependents and per- them.
increase tax Blanding 2 large limes 'squeezed As a Regional Station Hospital leant we can do for these boys following women are continuingIn
little the
of these
by those without Awarded EmblemThe 2 rounded tablespoons of sugar, Camp Blanding will now have an who have sacrificed so much for The most outstanding the production room despite ,:\
dependents. Bermuda the Pen-
1fr. Boss was to (more .If desired) Army Retirement Board and a us, Is to give them the best of were a giant ; the hot weather: j I.
accompanied Bahal and the D// Itarla.
sacola ,
he luncheon by Geo. S. Nash War Deparment's Civilian 1 cup of Ice water j Retirement Board for Army medical care. Our help today also with Mrs. S. E. Sparks! Mrs. T. B. ,
Emblem was presented to Numes. Previously, only General' save the life of a soldier tomorrow They saw Carpet grass Mrs '.
ptny clerk In charge of this Service Make a heavy limeade of the may and without White Dutch Clover, Harding, R. A. Thomas
riot, many Bland Inl employees of lime juice, sugar and water. Peel Hospitals Included Retirement Mrs. W, J, Epperson, Mrs George
| At t a board of directors 'meet- Bradford County, ,recently by the the cantaloupe and cut It Into I Boards of this nature. i ii Young steers about a year old Anderson, Mrs. H. L. Brownie. ,

t r fallowing: the luncheon, E. K. camp commander* Col. E. C. Rose, bite-sized cubes. Pour over it the i Major Paige also expects that I Moonshine Found are used to test the grazing capacity Mrs. Madge Futch, Mm E. D.
eTryman, vice-president was pro- at a ceremony In 'a post theatre. lime juice mixture. Keep cold un many new medical specialists will of each of grauws. Tenley, Mrs. W. C. Harrison, Mra.Frankie .

oGteQ to the office of president The Post Exchange system at til served. One cantaloupe pre be added to the hospital staff. Nestling Under The steers determine are weighed the amountof each Morgan, Mrs E. M. Day

Iijceeed set 'an enviable record six to eight\ month to is. Mrs. Loma Bonbam, Mrs.
Julius L.. Thorn who Blanding has pared this way serves Pine Straw CoverThere No other feed Is fed-
doing a Katherine McGreene, Mrs Alma
Ptted because of moving from with 34 branches people. : Herlong and AdamsTo mineral salt.
F."lty i A. J. Thomas was large monthly business In providing : will be at leant 20 gal only Hough/ and Mrs. Blanchard Law/
IatM to succeed Perryman ,as the with Tobacco Markets Have New Office Ions lens moonshine on the market The gain per acre last year Two Junior Red Cross members, I
milltaryluxuriea and I showed as follows! : Carpet grass Brownlee Tommie
Madge and
W. CallA Sheriff .
,:president and 'Dr, M. B. Her- : Building on this week-end since Deputy
unfertilized 92 Ibs carpet grass
:waR elected to- fill Mr. other facilities on the Blanding Will Open Monday i : Melvin McKinney confiscateda / ; Harding are also helping.
building l* being fertilized 111 Ibs.; carpet grass
rn'e modern which
reservation load of liquor Wednesday ; Mrs. further stated
vacancy the board of Stansbury
on Monday 170 Ibs and carr
market Call and lespedeza ;
tobacco opens West
*tore. residents of ; The constructed on to Starke In t
way and other
employees was on that Mrs. Mahlig ser
Those such : July 24 in Florida and Geof- by Dr. M. B. Herlong and ,et "grass with White Dutch Clover
Bradford County, to receive street truck driven by Enoch Tyson vice men's wives are working on I
Ibs. the
Tests new
forwhite 682 on
Plans call
Fine Initiates ( honors were: Carlton Bonnie Jenkins.GrlfflS'1Geor..e BAs reported from the AAA office Dr H.and If. Adams.colored waiting rooms, colored,. of was Reno.arrested about five grasses will be available at end curtains for one of. the day roomsat

Nash. this county. 270,04 acres Tyson of this year.Several Camp Blanding.McKinney
Jn room
consultation'and surgical
I. Holmes Road
*, Ethel of the city on
Tucker and Lacy'Conway Earl M. Campbell Mary N. Ben of tobacco! were planted by '{;[5 and laboratory and the Installation ; miles McKInney IUI.pected farmers In this county,

x.'arke"""""lay to were in.* Live Oak Douglas William Colbert H. Ogletree, Zenas farmers this year 1 n Bradford' ,of efficient, equipment, 13 when the Deputy presence of "trouble" Mr. Dyer states, have gotten runners !. Cemetery
attend ,the Shrine nett, County. of the new from the fl'
Marvin grass
trI three ghout.
!monles/ Oliver Conger beneath a neat layer of pine straw
to a. candidate They Tetstone Williams. F W Whine several farmers report Builders were able t<* secure priorities and stopped the truck to Investi Experiment Station and set a few All Interested persons are urged I .J j

accompanied by Noble M. Carter Henry Little. Mrs. Daisy good yield, most of them have on materials for the structure Is held In the County acres to get a start, and If others to attend a working which f

..vang, v. S. st. 'John. N. Carter, Helen B. Gulens, Mrs. poor yields bringing the average from the War Production gate. 'Tyson arrested several wish to get plants, they shoulddo ,
been Comer
Anna Jail, Having will be held at McKinney
Paul Raymond. Ralph Townsend, normal as a result of very week or
Torres E. E. Norman. below Board because they plan, at some on the same so wlhln the next
anti other of I Kathleen Smyth. weather the times previously on August 2.
members D. Hunter unfavorable past future time to use, the buildingas two. tery
brine, who also attended the I IrelDonle. Phyllis V. HeI1ma. Rwera. charge.
spring. ,, a clinic.
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e PAGE TWO BKADFOItU : > ==21--, I..

; In@ "raph shall ?, ". .
next four V" hie
Mr Dewey and Mr. Vandenburg f n e..", my hand M .n..
BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH at Starke, F'lorld,: 'Id )!!'
There can be no middle of 19U. hi. J

Eotabltohed 1877 to mantalnlng permanent peace. I I Clerk of said c.ur, 'n""""**>,
tlon with the power to enforce ;
F. L. Mattliewn ....___-..-__ Editor and Owner8CU3CKIPTION & (OFFIPIAI!. .
N and I, .l'\
nothing. Germany >>. for Pit .
; ;
RATE again that words on paper mean < ,! '

Yearly, '1.13; Six: Months, $1.00 civilized nations are gullible fIRCIIT Y' ("O.It'r hit .
more time It might well be the %. l'1t0
and Entered M Second CUM Matter Mandell At
PubUnhed Weekly on Friday
The middle of the road Is as Miriam H
at the I'.,.t Office at Blarke. norl.... vs. Harvey W"lner Gr' <>"*'"1 lan"Mend li
you can stay there. But No. 8211. .
nasty habit of coming along ORDER OF Pl'RLG'ATI0
Starke Deserves Better HAVE YOU ever taken a I middle of the road! I AND: OF VLOKIDI'ER. 1

walk down Call Street and Wflner Whose HI!
Fate Than To Become But even If Dewey' foreign Weiner ''
of (Fat her I .
how |
wondered Just many 203 .
with his policy in New Haven. Connestlry.
Ghost Town heartily agree >>
A the bunlneanes f I Iou r 1 m hang are required to ''
photographers. So far they have .. 7. 1944 in the appear|
there now would be casualties and cause. .above M"
Republican nominee to doff his ; ; h..rtln Phu I
almost overnlgbt If and when Camp Blandlng fulfills Ita usefulness : annulment of nl"rrlalf, ,
overalls and sun hat and pose County Telegraph IIh..11. P.b
and U abandoned or greatly curtailed after the war? OrtSer in next tour )
Pawling, N. Y., dude ranch. .. weeks
reveal that at leapt fifty ..,
A little hasty calculation wtll per t "
of the hay pitching or hand rhF'u" and oft
cent-perhaps more-of the buslnesxe now located here are almost ; at III" '".. lhi. J
refuses to pose for any stunt !
entirely dependent on Camp Blandlng for a living. SEAL) A. J The
: Clerk of said
Therefore It seems! to u* that It.. about time for Starkeltes poses.We "' e. Hardesty Court Daytona B.
to be done about think :Mr. Dewey Atty. for 10lf,
decide wha 7-T ;
? to put on their think cap and ", 'I
for his -
American reading public
taking up the slack when the Inevitable day of retrenchment cincMT
arrives. quite recovered from the shock :: : \ : .n, r..OIIlU1 palprp\ tit
Hoover In an Indian headdress
dlacumton of these matters at the W. Ballard,
There has been some Plalnllll
Coolidge milking an Incredulous ... Morris also '
Rotary Club. It U generally agreed that Starke should set her Morris Kuilard, IJ.r.hd',,'
of the Industries that are supposed to be moving : No. 3108. *
for one
South after the war but so far nothing tangible haa been ac- Idle Money Is Costing | | NOTICE:FLORlt APPEVR iv.
of who's going to bell the American People OF ',0 to..
compllkhed. Like the question also known as tnmw p,
Industry Is the answer to the I Ballard whose. residence
that new $200,000,000 Annually
cat, everyone agrees California.
problem but no one seema to know how to go about gettingIt 'f : I are required t<. appear
. Slat 1944, In the shove na?
here. serve Board. -"* ; and cause, wherein.,

The time waa never more ripe for someone to come forward If as much as half of the divorce.shall publish Bradford this Con Ot
wait until the .. four weekly issue
If we
workable proposition.
with a tangible,
." my hand and urn
w crisis Is upon us It will be too late, for these things happen at Starke, Florida thli J
r terrific suddenness and once the exodus from Starke / 1944.
with a Y' A. J Thom"
his begun It will be hard to stop. r vaute Clerk of said Court
I t
There U nothing more depressing and more shattering to s' p & Knight, Htarke, Flo''
; .. for Plf. -10 If'
civilian: morale'than the sight of a ghost town. The vacant : I:: I

building-, the boarded up windows, the very atmosphere ,
breathes o: death and decay. We must not abandon Starke \ 'ECONOMY RIDE

to such a fa e. It waa a good town before Camp Blandlng

It has been a good town since Camp Standing and it can still | I LINE BUSSES

be a good town ASTER Camp Blinding, but It will require a "rfrv,

lot of careful planning and a lot of hard work to CARRY OUT r, INFORMATION
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those plana. -
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WITH THE announcement: needed to help put Bradford
Can Help A LotBy
:. You that city trucks will be used War Loan Drive.

Saying, "Don't SVr the collection of wastepaper Agent

Bother To Wrap It Up" we hope that the Citizens Soldiers Serving Abroad Starke, Florida
f of iStarke: and surround.

log community will begin to take this protect! really! seriouslyand Learn To AppreciateLife !

give L. T. Dyer the cooperation that has >>een so sadly They Left Behind .

lacking during the early weeks of the drive.

Paper Is playing as Important a part in this war as any asked his folks to send him?-A me'P': Careful Drivers

other weapon. Great quantities are used to protect overseas water. !

shipments of food stuffs medical supplies and military equip This particular G. I. Joe said

ment. Since war needs come first, It Is estimated that duringthe of water since leaving home. Service

next few monhs only half as many paper bags and half canned some Titusville aqua at "

as much wrapping paper as we used during the same period ont It on Ita way overseas, '

last year will be available hare at home. Tes, It's the little things they

Therefore there are other ways that you can help out in vation will come a vast new

thla crisis In addition to the collection of wase paper. Patronsof -taken-for-g-anted things of home; Nightj

retail establishments can help stretch the available supply by enrich their lives for years.

observing the following simple economies We at home an never know I

+ Take with you, and use and reuse, your own shopping of cool clear drinking water )
t without
bags, either paper or textile.
Accept without wrapping all articles In boxes, glass jars.

tin cans or other manufacturer's packaging that can safely be
carried wlhout additional piotection j

Do not ask for a bag within a bag extra stuffing, carry-

out boxes, etc. 3

Save every bit of unusable waste paper and turn It Into

the salvage collection depot of our community. J

The War Production Board urges retailers to use wrap- ,

ping materials only for protection not for appearance, to use I By !

i the smallest\ amount possible for each customer, to see that

t each bag carries Its full load to reuse wrapping materials Irmaking
There's not much left in life only
and to on Intensive training among
an exchange carry that's certain anymore but there's when
employees to make this conservation program effective within still one age-old truth you can and I i iI

his own store. bet your bottom dollar on: II ta

One new bag or piece of wrapping paper must do the your sins doa't find you out, your or '

work which was done by three or four before this country went children will! ship

to war. When my three sons were In rites

We can help relieve the paper shortage If each of us discourages school and had to look up the that
and answers to a history quiz they'dinvariably
every unnectwuary use of paper In packaging
come to me with their vl
wrapping gets as much as we possibly can out of each pieceof troubles. Just as often as mot I

paper, and then saves it for the waste paper collection. I'd be busy or just plain lazy and mind

ay "Your Uncle Jesse did that"or is

Those Who Find Lost DIOGENES had a pretty "Your Uncle Gene did that" or and
tough time finding an honest "Your two Uncles and your old wife i S _
Should At
Wallets man in ancient Greece and Daddy did that". From what I'd and f ,

Least Return The Money we sometimes wonder if his tell them they grew up to thinkwe !

tank would be any lighter If three Harrell boys were something Idea I
I stick 'nuff. They He's :
on a sure
he returned to earth with his lantern today,
claim that I had them believingtheir more
During the past few months It seems that an unusually
old Dad, their Uncle Jesse just
number of bill\ folds containing
large and their Uncle Gene, singly or It, .:
and valuable have been i
money papers Individually, built the Ark. killed west
J lost In and around Starke. Either people Caesar, married Cleopatra discovered ;

are getting awfully careless with the Mississippi, won the stone '

I. their money, or some sort of racket Is American Revolution and came darn

j 1 bring carried on right before our very darn near whipping the Yankees say :
I during the Civil War-and would
eyes. and in the promo-
have if the brick bats had Just judge
But the point Is that as far as we the
held out a little longer. they practices in
1 know, not a single one of these lost
1 wallets baa been returned. In spite of I Then the day after Pearl HarI its line. Communities
I bor Keeffee telegraphedme not location
my son the
the fact that their loss was usually advertised for
a long straight-telegram wooJ-
In the Telegraph and nearly all of them contained wanting to know just where and folks mills and other

identifying papers so that the finder could easily have returnedthe what we three Harrell boys were part affording r1/

articles If he had ao desired. doing to let those yellow Jape get .

9: Many of the losers would have gladly parted with the away with what they did. And self demand for wool

money If only the papers which bad no possible value for the I when this D-Day Invasion lusted od ot

person who found them, had been returned. But not in a a whole week without the Noxls n the manufacture

single Instance, webelieve'E, did the finder condescend to show being driven Into the Gulf of Finland war I cs and kindred proa'

such consideration. my son Bill wrote his mothera for future ex
letter to know if .
long wanting
Yes, old man Diogenes had a tough time going around th' wood cellulose
we three Harrell brothers had
with his lantern In ancient Greece. But If he came back and like Seaboard
turned yellow, or what. Industry ent
tried the same stunt today, he'd probably need one of these .
anti aircraft searchlights. Now It looks very much like The Seaboard Railway has pioneered will continue to aid in fullest measure.

high-powered my dence eons In their are going old Dad to lose as a confi-truth GET THE in the development of the wood cellulose Seaboard, Railway Norfolk 10 Virginia'a

9eivey And Vandenburg IF THIS were a time for teller or think that he and his L 'w SPEF ) SURE
Out Joking we might get a good two brothers have turned the color 0
Figure Things
laugh over the announcementeasy of a conscientious objector's gfINDIGESTION
y rh Way that Governor Dewey and Sunday pants Anyway. I've got
Senator Vandenburg agree to acknowledge one of two things
-and that Either I
that what this country needs Is a good "middle of the road" was t
a liar In the first place or I'm
foreign policy just plain yellow now. I don't s I ." era
a In other words, as! Samuel Grafton sums up the Republican know which Is worse. 9 I ,
foreign policy In a devastating bit of satire: "Bring' all the 1Carpenter's RAILWAY
boys home as soon 'as the war ends and win the peace. We From time ; time-I've reada _

favor having all Americans back here at home and'a hell of few scraps of history supposedto
be gleaned from the Stone Age ,
l a big peace force abroad. That seems to cover everything."
and it, seems that back In those
C Aad It covers exactly nothing, as Mr. Grafton knows and even days men went boar hunting with Drug Store Buy more WAR BONDS


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Particularly] ] impressive, Ed- : with San Francisco and New I II I their grandparents, Mrs. Padgett her grandparent, Mr and Mrs TRAIN SCIIKIH'LK:
Service Parade wards wrote, was the trip I York addresses on our Hat are: and Ruth were also] visiting relalives W W Packham. 'I
through the Panama Canal. Upon CALIFORNIA 1 I in Plant City I Our ,revival) T. J. Griffin, local agent for
which has
\ t r aol. of mrr.tfor'aenhllrntloned I..". firm* and approaching the Panama T. Sgt A. W. Anderson, Phil B. F. Geiger S 2-C from Sanford the Seaboard Air Line announces
.111.... .'*"*..I''irtte I; 'rlMtntlih The ........r..p.. teltlnK of their"' women Isthmus, their ship dropped an- Brown, L-S 1-C: Albert] G. Kruse; wag visiting his mother, Mrs. been conducted by the Rev. McCauley that effective July 9 the following
*ratEq chor and some time later It was Eugene V. Chason S 2-C; A. Cov- J. P. Dickinson, this weekend.We of Palntka.] was closed on train schedule] went Into effect:
D.STRO\'ER.: I SGT. QUARLES GRADUATKS: hitched to a few trolleys which ington, C.M. 2-C; Sgt. E. J. Dow- are very glad that Mis. Sunday: night. The meeting has Southbound
oS sailor pictured I I Camp Pendleton, Oceanside looked small, but were powerful ling; Leo Wltkovskl S. 1-C; Joseph Gladys Bradley] and son, Clyde been enjoy very much by those No.1 due Starke 11-40: p. m.
smiling tosephn Calif., July] 18-Marine Gunnery I enough to haul the great ship English F 1-C; Pfc Henry E. Dale, have returned to her par- I who attended No. 191 due Starke 11:12 p. m.
Is Sergeant John R. Quarles, of through the channel. Futch; W E. Green S 1-C; Pvt. ent's home from the Gainesville No. 107 due Starke 9:38: a. m.
English.! Brooker, Florida, has been grad- "Once In the locks," Edwards O. 1. Bedenbaugh; Ala]. O.V.. hospital. Her hUsband Is over Northbound
non F I"I IS uated from the Infantry and wrote, "the huge gates swing Griffin; Pfc. William Hardee; L. seas.Mrs. I uour 11 for fond No. 2 due Starke 4:43: n. m.
who seeing Browning Automatic Rifle Section shut behind us silently and O. Hemingway, Jr., A.M.M. 1-C: A. H. Kelsay left for Miami No. 192 due Starke 5:20 a.
ably action School at Training Command, smoothly and the K. B. Harrell' A.M.M. 2-C; Pfc. hut Friday to visit her'son. Int-fstmvnt is No. 108 due Starke 6:08 p.
11 of des.r Camp Pendleton, Oceanside, Calif. falls, thousands water thousands rises or Clarence Harper: H. A. Johnson, Joe, who Is In the Navy there. YourIn Inrf'sfut'of Slnrke and Bell Branch jI \
upon .
Gunnery Sergeant Quarles] has Cox; R. A. Johnson S 2-C: H. B. I Mrs Lydia Hall and
pat of gallons of it In little granddaughter No. 101 leaves Starke 7 a. _. i
1D the more Jackson S. K. 1-C; Lt, L. H. I .lnwriicn . I {
Joe completed thorough training with time than It takes to fill buth- Grace Dickinson have and No. 102 arrives from Bell \
c area the B.A.R., M-l Garand a Jennings; L. J. Lennon W. T. 2-C; returned home \
a fur- f and Car- tub. It Is hard: to conceive of two weeks 1:50: p. m., daily except Sunday :,f fNlMngfl551llana
yed fi bine rifles, Hand Grenades, Anti- Pfc. Buford McKinney; Jas. F. visit with relatives in Earlton / .
at hOme i such a magnificent engineering . ,. , , ,
; ,. ,
ailWianM411WytaWWMnnYU4lgaumnaiYb" ;; ;: .
Tank Grenades and Is well versedIn feat until McKelvey; Phillip J. Manasso, and Gainesville. ""lAiliWNNn11n'nb'.0fl.' '''' ''' nuwnnaatwaaaaaaarlwvJsa ./rj;
a his parents R. the use of the bayonet and you actually see It. Cox; Sgt. W. H. Miner; W D. Mr. and Mrs. Thornton Johns CHURCH OF CHRIST I ""t r.
and MB. "The day we crossed the equa- Parker R.M. 2-C J. J. Pickren I .
knife for Jungle warfare.He ; of Hampton were visiting Mr.
English, back and they have heard will be assigned to an infantry tor King Neptune held court on S 1-C; W E. Pendarvis C.M. 3-C; J. P. Dickinson, Thursday after- Aubrey Mercer Minister ( :{
f'tbruary our ship, according to the old S-Sgt. J. S. Sale; A. W. Swan- I .
him regularly since then battalion.He I Navy tradition. He was shacked born A.M.M. 1-C; Sgt. A. L. noon.Mr.. and Mrs Robert. Dodd and SUNDAY: 10:00: A, JI.-Dible Sttlriv :
L'! that he is in good health was employed by the to hear that so many of us had Sparks Ed. G. Saxon, S 2-C; Pfc.A. children of Mldlakea were visiting 11:00: A M. and 7:30: P. M. Preaching and h i
enjoying the service. ons Produce Company cem-I never crossed before and had 30 F. Toruella; Avery Tyson Y relatives here Thursday afternoon. Communion
listing In the Marine men brought to trial. They all 1-C; E. C. Taylor C.M. 1-c; Cpl.B. Little t
Gladys Packham returned I WEDNESDAY: !
7:30 P.
usr.ssES OF Jacksonville Florida. confessed to the crime of being E. Sparks: Cpl. C. C. WillIams 10 her home in Jacksonville Fri- -Prayer; Meeting t
Is permitted to I Every: Visitor A Welcome :
Telegraph He and ,
Pollywogs action
I was promoted to his present prompt was ; Pfc A. E. Wall R. L. Wat-
; after
day spending a week with , ,, ,,, ,
addresses of men still In rank March 8 taken. Each blindfolded aIIN"" 'aXMN11a.11AAlANM11"MaaIMAi"AIIIMNIMnW" ''' ' II'' iii u n 10'' iaamn in' mornr' ""'''!''oo':nnnlxu',nn nllnn'' 'nu' nmmMOnaulrpeeAlcAIA""
t 1944 I culprit was son S 1-C; Pfc. Harry Young. t
I States, although we I and ....-- .
led -
United I to the Court Bar- NKW\OKK: ---------------------------- r
tut publish complete adddres- IN NEW GUINEAPfc. ber who prepared a becoming
MaJ. H. Alexander Pfc. J. M.
abroad. Here I Ia
those! serving Marlon D. coiffure in style to fit each individual
rf Gassett, son of a 31acknhear
R. L Brown
; Jr.,
J few that will be of Interest Mr. and Mrs. Pate face. The most popular i
Gassett of
S 1-c
; Capt. J. M. Brownlee] ; T-5
Mends: I Starke, is serving with a Field trim consisted of two wide W. H. Brown;, Cpl. Ceo Chambers STARKE TIRE SERVICERECAPPING
inan! Harrell-:14183900, 3704 Artillery Battalion somewhere in swathes cut with clippers at right ; S-Sgt. Seeber Crawford;
I? AAF Keesler] Field Miss New Guinea. He writes his fam- angles, from forehead to neck Pvt.F Randolph Crosby; Cpl. E. D.
Ct W C. Oemons-34947386.A ily that he is well and so far they and from ear to ear. Dyal Pfc. Theo. JulianJ.
; Goodge
| 29th ITB, Camp Croft, S.JL have not had any weather as hot I "An enthusiastic cosmeticianthen Griffis; Pfc. O. P. Hutto; ; Sgt. I AND VULCANIZING I

as the 100' degrees temperatures I did their faces, using delic- Eaton Jordan; 1st Sgt. W. E. I
B. Flynn. Jr., A-S, Sect. experienced here in June. ious dough, grease, paint and Johnson; Cpl. Merrill Johns; W. .
liOLT) Turner Field, Albany other cosmetics. His majesty frequently M. King R.M. 3-c; S-Sgt. S. W.
IN AUSTRALIA prompted the Pollywogswith I Kelly; Sgt. R. C. Long; Pfc. Co-
L. Wallace L. Thlgpen-345U Pfc. Henry B. Stokes, son of gentle pats of his scepter mer A. Long; Pfc. Collie A. 24 Hour Service On Recapping
Bliy. A., 46th C. A. Bn., Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Stokes of ,(canvas rubber hose) when they Manning; Sgt. O. K. Matheny;
Lp Pendleton Va.he Brooker is now serving with an gave a wrong answer-and any Pvt. M. G. McMillan; Lt. MurryT. "
Hoyd K. Starling A.E.S. in Infantry Division in Australia. I answer was wrong. The gentle Oakley; J. R. Odom G.M.' 3-c;
111 U.s.1>C.A.S., Brownf ield.Ltlco He has been in pats were deeply appreciated by Cpl. Paul D. Prescott; Pfc. William I All Work Guaranteed
Va.ROOTEN. the Army for the criminals who would Jump a R. Parrlsh; Pfc. Grady Per- :
three years and foot or so and rub the spot" ry; Pvt. L. P. Robinson; Cpl. W.I I i
L ENGLAND spent his last I :
IN I Concluding his letter, Edwards E. Strickland] ; Lt. Lillian N.
tjt William C. wooten Jr.., furlough, at said: "Take good care of yourselves Stump; Pvt. J. J. Ricks; Cpl. Dav- IF YOU LIVE OUT OF TOWN AND HAVE .'
1 home In De-
of W, C. Wooten of Lawtey, Mom and Dad; and keep id L. Shufoid; Sgl. George C. Sil-
fnow overseas and has partlctIn cember, 1843His ) writing often, even though you cox; Pfc. S. Tetstone: ; Sgt. W. TWO OR MORE TIRES, WRITE FOR AN
Id a course designed todge picture was may not hear from me regularly. T. Weeks; Edgar Wilkinson S 2-c;;
the gap between the trainIn sent to the Telegraph I Above all, don't worry; believe Capt. B. C. Walnwrlght; Sgt. John APPOINTMENTAll

In the states and soldiering by his me none of us Is worrying. "We Toruella. ,
sister Miss Lor- '1 " I '11 '"
Ian active theatre of war. At are being well taken care of, just
L of the Air Service Command rle Stokes, who were." IN PACIFIC AREA
as we always
[done somewhere in England] writes that: S. Sgt. Jack Sale, former man-
I Sizes Tires & Tubes VulcanizedBest
Wooten was carefully pro- "The Telegraph i BRADFORD HAS EQUAL: ager of the Southern 5c to $1
sed by classification experts 'Is like a friend coming to see us NUMBERS IN EUROPE Store In Starke, Is now serving,
a.make certain that he was each week. It Is wonderful to AND THE PACIFICIt with a station hospital outfit in
1 fitted for the Job assigned to be able to keep up with what i Is Interesting to know that the South; Pacific. Grades of Materials Used
is going on In our county." In I II Bradford County is Just about

xurlty training, personal hy- i I addition to his parents Henry has I II equally well represented In the CONTEST WINNER LOCATED IN REAR OF ANDREWS GARAGE elp
lic, a talk by a Special Service I t I three sisters and three brothers to South Pacific and European Thea- Sgt: Robt. H. Crundwell, now I,
liter Informing him of faclli-! fight for so he feels he has a tres of war. Of course, there Is I stationed with a Guard SquadronIn ---------------------------------00: jcGoToYour \
t for healthful recreation and pretty big stake in'this war. no way of checking on all men Natal, Brazil, entered a pictureof "
ecture by the Chaplain] are all serving from this county, but a I his 14-months-old son RobertIII i(
I turn a part of the soldier's DESCRIBES C.NALJames check of the Telegraph's mailinglist in a baby picture contest ."'
Iparatlon for duties overseas. E. Edwards, Carpenter discloses that we are sending there on Fathers' Day. The photo
III II next station will be one Mate 2-c, U.S.N.R., now,ser 40 papers to men in care of the won second prize. Sgt. Crund-
In: which America's fighting I I ving somewhere In New Guinea, San Francisco APO and 38 to well. at one time employed here
Ineg take off to smash the Na- recently wrote to his parents, the New York APO. These men by the Gulf] Service' Station and Ottct j
|war machine. Mr. and Mrs. T. B. Edwards of represent a cross section and IndIcate also a member of the Starke po- tt
tore entering the Army he Brooker, describing In interestIng that forces from this lice force, has not seen his baby 4c .
! employed as representative detail the trip from port of I 1 county are about equally divided. since he was two days old. ;1
I the American Discount Co. I I embarkation to his new station. At the present time, the men Robert III and his mother have
been making their home In st.
Augustine, but will leave there on
July 14 for Louisville, Ky., where
they will be at home at 1957 Du- CHEVROLETDEALER
ker Ave. Mrs. Crundwell writes:
"We hope to return to Florida after :

'oL the war. Starke will alwaysbe .
our favorite spot.Ve have '
Q "
ut n enjoyed knowing so many people ; ,

a a a a a a a a a a

Yyto Gum BranchBy " I IFor

Mrs. T. N. Norman
,' H Leu + a a a a a a . a a a e < i Service : "

Miss Marie Sapp of Jacksonville !
::1'- _
was visiting parents '
and Mrs. J. S. Sapp this week- "llt <(

v.*. 1h end.Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Sapp and )t", : on any and '"..,

children were 'visiting Mr and .
Mrs. J. C. Sapp of Sampson on .,<:

A TOUCH OF 1 f1 Sunday.Mr and Mrs. W. H. Stearns. 'J. all makes; ':1 i

who have been visiting Mr. and
Mrs. J. N. Norman for several
% weeks, have returned to their of cars, and
NATURE'S GOODNESS ? home at Tavares, Thursday of I I ; __

last week. MODERN TOOLS
Mr. and Mrs. F. S. Sapp were EXPERT trucks!
Mrs. J. C. Sapp ;
visiting Mr. and ,
Just as the artist finds delight in a Sunday afternoon at Sampson DEPENDABLE I I .::',: .i.: .

of natural beauty f-' City. 1/ balanced
scene Miss/ Dorothy Norman of Jacksonville MECHANICS

. the connoisseur finds perfect enjoyment f Is upending several days
this week with her parents, Mr. that
Indicate more
All signs
in the superb flavor of golden, mellow JAX J and Mrs T. N. Norman.L. .
Sdy b G. Glllyard and Sidney Man-
Beer, because this great beer embodies the it nel of Lake Helen spent the hatter people go to Chevrolet dealersfor
part of last week here with

best elements of nature's finer brewing ydu Cdnr beer'' relatives]Mrs. T N. Norman and little service than to any other

ingredients. Try the Drink of Friendship Bette r'Ce ''son, Gerald, and Mr. and Mr*.

1l E. S. Sapp and two little sons I dealer organization; and that .
, today, and thereafter, we think, you'llalways dnY were vIsiting Mr. and Mrs. B. M. I

dt h McRae In Pine Level Section on .
say: "Make Mine JAX. You can'tbuy Saturday evening. PARTS means people are convincedthat ALL MAKES '''I

Mrs. T. N. Norman and little
better beer at any price. son, Gerald] were Sunday visitors Chevrolet dealers are -

of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. t
U. M. McRae of the Pine Level

sp a rN' !r:wt S Section.a a a a a a a a a a a a : f

Say O w ? M f 6G TheressaBy "FIRST IN SERVICE"ueiDniCT

u \111I11 Ida Ilagana I
A''U AS a a a a a a a a a
a a a
limited number of newNEW
MlMltaZUan TRUCKS Chevrolet It producing a t Is
Pvt. JImmIe Swindell from Texas trucks for essential civilian o*.rt. $.. your

'''9 't I cda has spent a few days with his FOR ESSENTIAL USERS Chevrolet dealer for complete Information.
LiTHE mother Mrs. S. R. Swindell and

Mr. and Mrs. W; W Packhamand

daughter, Mrs. Prevatt of Chevrolet Co. \
Starke were vUltlng. In Waldo on Torode .. :
Fla I Wednesday.
Ruth Sibley left Friday to visit

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-iI-iIFOUR FIUDAY. n..y 2L
t PAGE I .....1 or cars carrying BOrne

Officers and Wives Announcements 'The. camp |Is OClltenft" bo.
Birth from Orange Pa"k ? >*"
d SOCIETY and CLUBS Col. Rose r
Meet C
(kk Will t, Inlet off from ,,1\0\ .., loG

1 At Reception -- River Many Imp, ,1\ 1\. 'It J

Quarterly Meeting Miss Emajo Rosier A reception and dance, attended : A been to made the camp duringter II i JIIsI '

officers and their wives, will ment.
Bride by
Becomes .
:, Of New River WMU be held at the Camp Blandlng Scoutmaster All

Here FridayThe Of Glenn F. TippinsOf Station Compliment Officers' Clubon Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Solano ents and friends! whi. ,''Viae,
Held ,
July 22 In honor oi Colonel announce the arrival of a daughter to the boys to adu [ v

meeting of tho cordial interest to their many of 4's and Mrs E. C. Rose. Col. Rose Sandra Kay, on June 24th, at of the Boy ,scare 11I&11
quarterly s
friends here Is the marriage m'
Com- Ca:
W. M. U. of the New River Association Miss Emajo Rosier, daughter pf I recently became the Camp Starke. Orange Park, FlaPurchases
was held at the First Baptist Mr. and Mr. N. B. Rosier of this mander. and Mrs. L H. Harper an-
Church, Starke, on July 14, city, and Glenn V. Tipples, son of Col. and Mrs. Rose Co!. and nounce the arrival of a son. HomeMr.

with the rally theme "Steward Mr. and Mrs V. F. Tippins of Mrs Harry A. Johnston, and Major : born July 12, 1944 at

ship in the Life of Youth" Daytona Beach, which took placeat and Mrs. Henry R Cotten Lake Wayne City, Fla. and MIL M vv ,..,,,

The meeting was opened with 4 o'clock Friday afternoon, will be In the receiving line. Ma- former residents of KinM.v),

the assembly singing the hymn July 7, in the home Of Mr, and v7a r t,. l jor Cotten will introduce the officers Mr and Mrs. Jerry Chrlstodou- lage havo purchased the W]

"Make Me A Channel of Blessing," Mrs. John R. Townsend, Ji., ;. and their wives to Col. and lou announce the birth of a 5 1-2 Scott house (formerK the J

Ortega Terrace, Jacksonville 1 n y Mrs Rose. pound daughter on June 24 In the der, home) on N. Cherry st.'
J. B. ,,
followed by prayer by the presence of. Immediate families \ i On the entertainment committee Davis Island Hospital' at Tampa.Mr. expect tto move m ,n the

Wyrlck. The Devotional was led and friends.';. are Lt. Co!. Joseph R. Byerly Christodoulou! will leave future, They have tw... chUU n

by Miss Evelyn Newsome after The fireplace was banked with Lt.; Col. Agnes A. Maley, Major Starke today for Tarpon Springs Billy and Ann Mr Dressier J

which the hymn for the year greenery, while the mantel was Lester A. Russln. Lt Edith F._ where he will spend a two weeks' civilian employe of the Pmt]

"The Morning Light is Breaking"was beautifully decorated with pink Mawat and Lt Phillip Faver- vacation with his wife and daughter glneer'a office at Camp:: B'

gladioli forming a background for sham. ding.
sung. Committees were then the white tapers 1 n' branched (At left) Mm. 1':. K. Ferryman, Jr. whose marriage to Ensign Entertainment will be suppliedby

appointed by Mrs. W C. Carr, candelabra which Illuminated the I'rrryman wa an event of June 28 In Atlanta.At from the Infantry
five men
president, and visitors recognized. room. ( right)) Ensign E. K. Prrryman, Jr. who received MM com Tralng Replacement Center with Eleven Scouts laY

Special music "Something for The bride, who was given In mission from Annapolis in June and lit now stationed at the Naval Cpl. Allen H. Williams as Master, 'Attending Camp

Thee" was rendered at this time ,' marriage by her father, wore a Air Bane In Jacksonville of Ceremonies. This WeekEleven

by the Pine Grove Auxiliaries. two-piece, powder blue wool stilt Is indebted to

The topic "Our Joys We Share" with white accessories and a Lovely, Tea Saturday Afternoon Introduces Col.The Marcus reception M. Clayton and his members of Boy Scout

and reports from camp were given shoulder corsage of,gardenias! and Friendsf Capt. Harold E. Troop 70, Starke, are enjoying
To Starke group
Mrs. E. Jr. engineers
by Pine Grove group, after which tuberoses, t ; K. ferryman; Langbehn, Sgt, Alphonse Delmon- tills week at Camp Echocketee I.

the song "Give pf Yqur Best the to Miss Jewel maid Thom of (, the bride'scousin chose f ) Emmett ,Key |! Perryman gown of ice blue Jace strewn with Ico and Sgt. Charles Frieg for near Orange Park Those attend- s
byi and ,
Master" was song :
the :
introduced he( dauglWer-lnJaw, dainty shell pink, floral motifs their: cooperation. ing are:, George Winkler, Manuel
Starke and Pine Grove 3., Aa."Our an aqua blue suit* with white' ,
NI- accessories with which she worea Mrs. E. K. Perryman Jr., to The dahlias in her.corsage were a Decorations are responsible to Tlltokus, Clay ton Revels, Dan
Stewardship ( pink' 'Alton friends of" the Perrymans in matching hue of soft pink. Lt. Faversham and Col. Maley. Van Priest Dennis Kite,
discussed by Mrs. L.. corsage qf roses. Priest
geria, was ihe' bridegroom Starke (It alreception held Satur- Mrs. T.- Tippins, brother ;jof
A. Canova and Mrs. H. D. Dowl- Billy Smith. Marcus Clayton. G%.
best j day afternoon between the hoursof Knight and Mrs. L. A Davis,
this special served as man. Mrs. Sale HostessComplimenting
Ing.. Following a four and six o'clock In the Clyde Denmark, Gearald Boelter
anthem; "Song at Peace" was Immediately following the cere- home. I completing the receiving line, Invited and Edward' Shull. ,I I
reception wal'held In the Perryman
directed by the Sturke choir. mony a friends to the dining room
dining room where the bride's Meeting guests at the door of where Miss Frances Peek and Out of Town VisitorsMrs. Scoutmaster Chas. H. Allen took : '

Mm. W C. Carr spoke on' the table), covered with'a' lacecloth; the; :''stately white pillared house 1'Mrs.William Baggett Intermittently some of the boys in his car and - and'heels too l\1\

,. toplc"A'TJ'ust" of Lord from was centered with the three.!tlered were Mrs. X: H. Bitch of Jacksonville Guy Sale entertained at I will remain at camp with them
from an Shoe
*' which the offering I poured punch Repairing At IN ,
Thee,., after wedding cake which >was topped and Miss Madge Middleton. china bowl.Creamy bridge Wednesday evening for throughout the week. C. G. Priest IIfo

was taken, followed, by prayer, with a miniature brfde, and,1' ride- while the two Mrs. Perryman two visitors to Starke, Mr*. Lester and Edward Shull also took their
white scarlet dahlias -
for the and '
and the meetingrecessed
groom, and encircled withgar together In the drawing Robinson of Orlando, the BROWNSTEREPAIR
hour. A delicious lunch was Loom were Intermingled with green-
., denias'; and fern.. to receive them. house guest of Mrs. James Lewis, Richard' St. John arrived
served in the church annex by the ery in the elaborate floral arrangement Cpl.
The Mrs. Perryman, pretty (
Mrs. Tlppinn graduated from and Mrs. Whit Sturgess of Meri-
Starke W. M. a., and a social attractiveIn which centered the here Monday morning to?spend a
hour enjoyed. the Dixie County High School at and piquant was most lace covered table from which dian, Miss., who is visiting her three day leave with his parents, 'SHOE
Cross City and 'since that time a frock of ssafoam green mous- mother Mrs. W. E. Torode.
John. He
some 200 guests were served. Mr. and Mrs. V. S. St.
session low
afternoon with
The opened sole' fashioned
at seline de '
been Camp
With the singing of.the hymn "The has Blandlng./ employed, - neckline,', fitted bodice and full, Mrs. Perryman, Jr., who wa Zinnias and roses were used is now stationed at Camp Jack. :Across From The Po..lOII,

Kingdom la Coming." Then followed :Mr Tippins graduated, from floor length skirt. Her flowerswere' Miss June Fowler of Atlanta be- effectively about the Sale living son, Columbia,' S. C.
three tables of bridge
Recognition Service for R. Mainland High School In Daytona orchid dahlias worn at the fore her marriage, on June 28 to room where

A.'s by Mrs. C. O. Priest, and Beach, and I, now a civil service shoulder. .' Ensign Emmett Key Perryman, and bingo were In play, prizes 01 .

Recognition Service for G. A.'. by employee at Camp Blandlng. Mrs. Perryman; Sr., with her Jr, is now.residing with her hus cream sachet going to Mrs. San-
ford Ritch for her bridge score Want Kid Some At
Mrs.. H. D. Dowllng., They 'will make their home tan own inimitable charm and grace, band at the' Naval Air Base In for to. fa of o/icyj
and to Mrs. Whit Sturgess
semion followed greeted her! guests In a fetchingGatlinMcKinney Jacksonville.
The business Starke., '
I 'r' .. her luck at bingo. ,
the program with Mrs. W. C; : Then become involved in an accident without bein

Carr, president In charge.1.' The Miss,Prescott"Weds , 'ferryman Saturday evening at Coca-Cola.and open faced sandwiches :. -
covered by insurance. Protect yourself with.
secretary's report was' given 'byMrs. the' Perryman home. The couple were served during the OM

H. L. Hough, after which Sergeant:. /IclJay! WIUI .n'. R. Gatlln of Starke, was unattended. refreshment period to the honor Automobile and Accident Inl urar c.- ,.
the reports of the Reaoluttonr and of guests and Mrs. James Lewis, Mrs.J. .
of Mrs. Marian
"Miss Irene and Sgt. T. son Following a short wedding trip, R. Wainwright Mrs. Arthur
Registration Committee were glv Earlton
mAr- Beach, and Miss Virginia
en, followed by reports 'of the C.. Mclli.y"Jr..wer quietly S. C., they returned to make their homeIn Holiday Mrs. Joe ,Scanlan Mrs.
of Spartanburg,
Assoclatlonal Chairmen with rled Saturday by Judge, July E.8.K.The Perryman ceremonywas on were McKinney married by Judge E, K. Starke. Walter, Mrs.Spaugh Sanford, Mrs.Ritch Earl!: Johnson Mrs- CHARLEY E. JOHNS AGENCY*,

The meeting adjourned wltnensed by ate w close ------- .. .. .. --- -._._.l .
- - -- Cecil e
:Mrs. Hough: pronouncing the ben- - Vernon Sllcox Mrs Naftel '
and Miss Lucille Mitchell PHONE, 13 "":"'"
ediction. '.The'brUla Is the daughter of : >'Carolyn; CallstreetAnd '
Mr. and Mrs. 'H. Prescott 'Of STARKE,
Farewell Dinner l this]city while'.Sgt. McNay In the Darby Will Run .
son !of Mr and Mrs. T. C. McNay, 1 RprMntlna THE! TRAVELERS.! Hartford
Planned for Thorns A headline In last week's Issue
Sr., of Birmingham, Ala. _,_ c_ _ ,_ ------ -
of the Telegraph was misInter-
Members of the Women's Ser- The couple was feted at a wed- now I know what they ence Brown's party Sat'day morn- preted by some readers who got

vice Organization of the USO- ding home supper of the Sunday bride's night at the mean when they, talk about the ing Incidentally, at this lat- the Impression that Mayor Chas.A. .

YMCA Club and members of the parents. thebridegroom' social whirl!' '. . Absolutely ter event the center of Interestwas Darby would not be a can- ,

Rotary Club of Starke will sponsor The newlyweds. are In visiting breathless after a dizzy week that Florence's newly acquired didate for re-election In September. .' ,.. -
a farewell dinner Friday parents has averaged at, least one gay lovely old antique lamp Con However the :Mayor has already -
When return will make ..
night July 28, at 8 o'clock In the their home they In Starke.they gathering per day-and sometimestwo tinuing the thread :of activity this announced that he definitely ',

USO Club, Temple and Washington Before her marriage, Mrs. Mc . Seems the festivities week were' Gertrude Beaaley and will be a candidate for re-elec-
Sts. The public Is invited were touched off by the simultaneous Ethel Blgga with a luncheon tion.
of the
Nay an
was employee
and tickets for the event will 'be arrival in town of a num- Tuesday at KIngsley Lake and
Military Store here. She is a
placed on sale by the WSO. ber of attractive summer visitors Margaret Duncan's party Thurs-
graduate of Bradford High School. '
.including Florence McLendon, day morning . Interesting; side- Scott Buys Home

ti0 CH6CItI R I Hilda Forehand and dotter, Peg, light on this last event was the
l W T. Clute realtor, announcedthe
ri Ladies AuxiliaryThe Ernestine Smith, and others . fact that Margaret left to be with '

,. IN 7DAVS Pleased to see an old CaMatreeter! Kap at Mayo's after the party sale of the Bill Carantzas
Ladles Auxiliary of the
and Keystone HIghter Edith (Wiggins was planned go it was carried out house on S. Madison street, opposite -
Presbyterian Church will I meet
Wilson at the luncheon given by proxy through her visiting the Coca Cola
take 666 Tuesday evening. July 25, at 8 ) plant to B.
and Myrtice sister! Ernestine .' 7'.
T p. m. at the home of Mrs. B, C. by Myrwln _t F. Scott of Panama City this
Monday . Edith Is \
Liquid for Malarial SyiViptom ,Holtzendorf. Carpenter week. OL
living in Lake City while her husband !Spotted an' Jotted* Nina Bishopan'

a Captain does his stint for Freddie WImberly off to the Scott an employee of a Camp

WE CAPi'' USE MORE PULPWOOD Uncle Sam . Clever Item notedat blood bank in Jax'vllle Wednesday Blandlng Exchange,, moved with

this affair was the novel breadbasket afternoon . > Eve Keplem at the his family to their new home -on

;t WRITE TIMBER DEPARTMENT made of crochet starched Walnut St, USO wearing a' Lily Monday.Had .

CONTAINER CORPORATION OF AMERICA very, very stiff . ,. Dache' glamorized hair net with
just the amount of aplomb that
,,,FERNANDINA. FLA. Then, of course there was the such a natty creation deserves a letter from Burrhead Mc-
Millan while In
England but
1.i 1.. tea at the Perryman domicile .1 Vivian Humbler. same time
never did get to see him. Both
i t' r .1 ". . Sat'day afternoon introducing same place, combing the customers Ben and 1 came through in good '
I June the new daughter-in-law to of her snack bar for tan Ice
shape, but to say it was hot Is 4'sIte -
localltes . And I might hasten cream freezer. . Says she wantsto
HUNDREDS putting It mildly! . Pals of
to add that Callstreeters were make her special apricot-pine didn't !
Margaret Stringfellow think KNOW
she '
quite carried away with the charm apple concoction .\ . Four ex- :
should get down off the fence '
of details are economically' and prettiness of the cited Girl ,Scouts-Betty Ann r .
managed and young ladyin <
; and 'feas up to whether she's already ,J' ; !> ,
4t t' attended that only a trained and care. question . .. Among those Flynn, Idell Land rum, Marguerite
a Mrs. or Isn't . Seems
Jeanette Fowler Janet didn't know< that she helping to LOSE THEWART
ful organization can attend when the glimpsed at this event were and Anderson thrilled / was
she tells 'some she Is and she . u
ome It would have been to find out .
KincaId looking fit as a fiddle to pieces over prospect of so easy
urgent need for Serving Is at hand. In feather chapeau-two love leaving today for-Camp Juliet Isn't . Come on, Margaret, Is learn why she' had lost so' many days from essential

you or ain't you?' .' . \, war work . and why the baby had come .too, soon and
birds perched atop her pretty head Lowe at Lookout Mountain . ; had not lived! ,

--one' deep rose ODe delph ,blu Seems they've had their applica-

, And completing' the color tion in for weeks, but everything Glimpsed Ian-haired Ella Kate "

DEWITT C. JONES symphony, a sheer frock. printed) was- filled up' and they get to go Swlnyer, here, on' a whirlwind She had laughed when the doctor said she should have I

.." r Dtrector -" 1 I .. In fife same lovely hues . Emma only because of four cancellations business trip! from acramento, ,blood test Ridiculous, she thought: j .there was no reason.
". J Funeral I Hill (Mr, L. H.) smartly turned from elsewhere . supping the, ether night with the :

I out In navy dress with' lingerie Lucile MltchehsK Jr; -an' Sr. .- ', '

, t AMBULANCE' .SERVICE. "1f.1; J. l I'.1 "' "
S. by snow white picture hat gaddIng the Nat Stern bergs are t to keep up: with treatment by a'would have made the difference.

Phone 7 '''t still Incredulous over, bumping Into Call St. event, though she's so SHE DIDN'T KNOW that Venereal Disease is no respecterof

: Bob an'\The 1 m a White In many thousand miles away f' . persons i :. that it is a silent treacherous fllfth columnistthat
STARKE, FLORIDA Jean Vlrl'lnla'Darby :; does not show Itself . that it strikes one person outof
a" stan : Roth's restaurant on B'way . 'Spotted Joe Andrews (Jr.) board- victims
I ing but among the:luscious pastels( Also back from the\city is Fred Ing a choo choo'TU sday afternoon costs every the ten before ,age 50 'oJ that:. care, of

4 chosen by many of the guests ih Stump with the comforting news : that will transport hiimrlght country $500,000,000. a year., ,

chic, city black . Sophisticatedto that's hotter there than 'tis here into a khaki uniform . Hear

}; :t : look at as a Gershwin melody . Incidentally, my favorite little Joy Sue Infant dotter of "It Couldn't' Happen to Ole!'"

t MORE FLAVOR, MORE SIZE Is to listen to . ), *.. D. B. Army nurse and Fred's dotter the Chas. H. Aliens, takes a great

\ Knight distinguished in floojr Lillian, writes from;France that delight In introducing grownups Itt
Six Women Out Know
of Ten Do.n't
Who Are Infected
\: ; length russet crepe with corsagein she washes her hair In her helmet to one another. ; Not "a bit VD It Be Cured.
Preventable Must Be Treated. Can
matching and complimentaryshades and has a cozy little foxhole just backward about performing the

Hf". . Myrwln Long looking one quick Jump fromher bed . honors, like the average tot, would

veryery Grecian in sleek aqua Says they've Just received their be ? Consult your family physician or go to a?, free, clinic
; crepe with draped effect of fuchsia first flour since opesjtig the port -

at the shoulder line and wear- of Cherbourg! ,-. Up to"now Hear Florence Brown an' chil- '

IY ing clever (silver maple leaf ear its been.nothing but Crackers) lun will occupy Martha and Mullet J Sponsored by

.I ringsanniversary gift of her Judge Adkins very much, relievedto Smith's' Kingsley cottage for YOUR WARTIME HEALTH COMMITTEE

.!.: husband Lt. Col. T. T. Long k learn Wednesday that Lt. A. Z., six weeks while Martha la visiting FLORIDA STATE BOARD, OF,HEALTH

Lucile Green (Mrs Lex) In crisp Jr., has arrived wifely In England home folks In Mississippi! . ; LOCAL HEALTH DEPARTMENT
f.'f white eyelet afternoon dress with .
Certainly sorry to hear that were UNITED SERVICE
l oil I large white cartwheel topping her to lose the Julius Thorn family -

s golden blonde hair . Not In the mail bog from Milton but nice 'to know they're goIng -

"JJ ITS PEPSI GET WISE Also contributing- to the week's the Brownlee fight saying "We're backIn -on to bigger gn' better things TIlls A<1 vert I"ement'Paid For By
again and damn gladto Don't forget the farewell din-
, overflowing social calendar were be here. This garrison! soldIerIng ner 'to be given In their honor pHARMACY
Charlie CANOVA
Peptl-Cola Company Long Island City. N. Y: Thursday Lou of last Vlnlng's luncheon gets you down. Ben' and I next Friday night ,. So, long. ,

Franchised Bottler PEPSI-COLA BOTTLING CO. of Jacksonville. Hitch's ditto last Friday week and Evelyn Flor- are talk still together and quite often . See you there , W. SI.. Edwards Chm; Dr. I.' B. Abrams
,r the Call St. news. .-Carolyn. Health Committee Health OfficeriI

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BITS of IX1NEfl! Russell his McRae.Navy H boot. has training just! completed : at- Thorn To Leave A Plea To Public -OPA Starts Drive. Welfare Payments

Camp Peary Va. First of AugustFor From 'CemeteryCommittee' I On High RentsIn

Iused arrived j Flume I \ Lang will be Interested to know I public assistance were puld $72-

'1eedap liter spending IlosIA two- Friends of Mrs. C. H. Nas- that she Is recuperating at the Julius L. Thorn, director of the Starke, Florida amlUmta In InoiiHUoK' adjacent I 295 In cash grant during the fiscal
County who Is
worthy patient at Riv I
Atllhua) home of her local '
III 'he erslde parents. Mr. and USO-YMCA since Sept 15: July 14, 19-14' to Camp Blanding guilty of year ending June 30 The
Hospital Jacksonville will
Gainesville Mrs W. E. Thornton, after undergoing 1942. has accepted a call to become Friends: I.
and daughDlannr be glad to know that tier condition I charging excenlve rents to soldiers total was divided as folows: Old '
Re6,? roi-on an operation recently at executive secretary: of the You are addressed as friendsbecause and their fiimlll are the objectof
Ga. are Is much improved. assistance $01,175 aid to the
the age
VHldosta Glendale in ;
,f Hospital Palatka. permanent Army-Navy YMCA at of the mutual Interest a concerted drive by the Officeof

,. hey P agents. Mr., and M"- Little Geraldine Cox of DeLand After a visit here with Mr. and Ft. Leavenworth, .Kansas.The between us In a noble cause, that Price Administration In this blind $2,082; aid to dependent

.n FlumeLemuel g visited Miss Madge Brownlee several Mrs. E.. S. Matthews. Mrs. H. n. announcement Was made at of maintaining, beautifying and area Camp Blamllng's soldier i children $8.138.Intvrmil .

rolsoa returned days this. week. McLendon and daughter; ,Jeanette I a called meeting of the Operating preserving the last renting: placeof weekly, The "REPORT", revealed

t tl'nm Riverside HosJacksonville. Mrs Will Wall is now In the joined by Dr. McLendon of I Committee of the USO Club on i loved'ont'll who have gone on. last week :\o..c. t

Iday where he en- St. Vincent's Hospital In Jacksonville Orlando, left Monday morning Thursday of lout week and Mr. Some- effort has been put forth Penalties for this offense are rrJuly 11th. 11oI! ." ,
for ob8ervatlonate. under observation for a vacation with relatives on Thorn plans to leave Starke about toward securing aid from a num- I JUt\tWOltU CoU-ITY.: 'LlJltlll.\ 1 t a
saturday being put into effect wherever P'l"I.1l; hi UJoHlIIY, : : IIvimN: '4,1;' .
: !
has re- the
Gulf "
' Bateman Mrs. H. 1.. Brownlee was hostess near MarIanna. August 1.RuBsell. ber of people Interested who are that \"r..ultnl /'I""lIon a 0 sh.p' ,' ';'
;j day stay withSat to her Jr. Boys Sunday After spending five weeks here Rymer regional residents of our (community violation are unearthed. | \ t..r U2UI J.'WII r Finrldo. rfr et 1 "I i
Camp Rucker, ..School class of the [BaptistChurch with friends, Mrs. C. S. McCor- of the Army-Navy YMCA which has yielded an amount aggregating J. C Adklns, acting directorattorney / 'the 1931. hh.nits:III'IU'II 1 ,utrnrd ACT'" ','I

Monday afternoon at e\ nack has returned to her home In has written to H. V. Knight, around $300, all of for the OPA In the t'oni, .ty. Forldn,,,. will Is.ort. .d fur ; ,'
sale .t '''' .lil! ""'ry fur Ih hlah.t n E
rod Ml8 Rudolph Nunnery picnic for them at Mrs. E. LBiggs' St. Charles, 111. chairman of the local operating which has been expended In Galnt.'svlllt.StahE' Area Rent Office 1 ". and rash hi". sub -'t 10 ; ,.

Ii their week-end guest' :Mr.J ; place on Klngsley Lake Mr.. and Mn. T. W. Oliver of committee, advising that a new clearing out underbrush and has revealed that one recent the I'I"hI lnii or>rov the..mnt Fund or to the r.. I''

brother. Sgt. Marvett They were accompanied by Mrs St. Simons Island. Ga., and Mrs director will be'., sent to replaceMr. cleaning off graves and lots, Improving Investigation! tvt nnv and Mil bids l ut the "'0'11'1-' I ,

Iry, of Camp ran Dorn, A.J.; Thomas and Mrs. Harding. W. F. Swlnyer of Sacramento Thorn In the Very near future, very materially the appearance exposed overchargeto I hiiiiK A. H* beirinnlnK.. .lit"ilHnf 10'(Hi ,;'d.'k

TIlls was Sgt. ;jNunnerY'1IfUrlough Everyone present enjoyed the occasIon Calif., have returned to their respective because of the Starke usd Club's of the cemetery plot as three Camp Banding!: sergeants A, it. Iv1'I. I III: HI ,.HI I' An""M'1 i
last August a whole. and the owner of the rt'ntall right nt way :Cut feet. ad*. since /very much. homes after being in being one of the more Importantunits from i any finri-rl' ihrntmhhlrh
he served as .best man at Mrs. K, G. Duncan left! ,Wednesday ': Starke on a brief business visit In the Southt>8l.t. This expenditure and effort will property has maths repayments of I \\ thorn In an oxlwtlnii, State' 'l
During be of no permanent avail unless hunt, and m. to iHiitl In c'DininiHMvitrml '
night for Rochester, Minn, this week. The announcement of Mr. excess rental charges to each of nf Ju' a.'I'<>M' or niori. this tonne ,
Yhhewasdfeted with a to be with her husband who ia In Walter Wills Thorn's resignation Is there Is an arrangement made ,to I .. -hslt ,Ir nil ctrolrniii and r I
of received the !soldiers
and picnic atone Tampa will be by keep up the good work, and It totalling $03. (hroe-rmlrth., of other mlm-raln will .
party the }Mayo Clinic there. the ..
a ng In Starke several weeks looking community with sincere regret Mr. Aclklnx Informed h. r.ssrv.d i
is to
keep a competent Camp
HeightS. < Jack Halle, is spending a two after his Interests.Mr. an he and his family have planned I'II.HII'Tlns' : half. Ilk II, Townof 1I
and daugh- property caretaker on the property at all Blanding officials that he Is handling Ijtwlry W uf Ity 8'>>o. 2.1; Twp.
,. Grumpier Weeks vacation In Miami and taken a prominent in civic ., :
f and Mrs. Frank Wilson part times I 5 H. Its 3 I:
are who shall be to
fcrtha! Jean of Jacksonville Tampa, affairs since their 1 arrival In required other refund canes In this TIM'STRfOK' : lNTKI N/lt. 'I4.I'sed'vhMKNT ''f"'f"I
for a' short visitROOFS enjoying a stay at their cottageon complete the program already KHNI> nt' TIIMHTATH
: Mrs. Strickland Starke. area. I
Thursday I V914! returned Klngsley Lake. At the.present time Mr. started and keep our cemetery Inproper OF FI..omnA. i
to Jher home in Miami yesterday Thorn Is serving as president of order becomes this "If any tenant feels that he Is Py A..I. THQ.M4N, : ' Avvnt Trustees. I '1
Mrs. Ida as uttered -
after spending a month,he/e with Bertalee left George last week and for daughter Lake-, the Rotary Club; having I just spot. paying excess rent he will be entitled 1!. i I lime.1 I.l'un.l., Hi ml font County i1
relatives and friends. assumed this office II
on July 1. ,
land where will You to whom this letter to ad to collect a refund and I -
they I
f spend sev- f
Mrs. E. Beani and He also '
Cyrus son, took an active In 'WANT"D-
eral days with friends. part dressed are equally Interested In possibly treble damages," Mr, Ad Clean cotton rags at
REPAIRED'tuaranleed Bobby, are visiting the formerse the Methodist .Church and did this undertaking and are asked klns stated the Telegraph office-
and daughf er-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Ann Karen left Saturday volunteer work aa a solicitor In f fe
to advise our treasurer, Carl\
Work Mf. Ivan Beam of Newburg. Nys for her home In Chicago after the various War Bond Drives. o 1:
Johns? who Is Clerk of the ,Cityof
Bu Jacksonvilleattorney spending the past three months Mrs. Thorn taught In the Junior Starke, the amount you feel '

Percy I.. Thomas, here. High School last and also .. I
Solano year disposed to pay toward fulfillment
Wallace and .b'r o tber"of A. J. Mr. and Mra J. A. Gilbert of served as publicity chairman of of the plans we have outlined. In ,

FREE ESTIMATES Thomas; was a visitor to StarkeWednesday. Georgetown Ky., are visiting Mr. the Woman's Club. the way of a monthly or annual '

i and Mrs. H. C. Ritch for several Their son gift to this and
f- Phillip. served as cause, are requested -
2, Box p8STUIKE obert M: (BobbyIMcRae, Sea. to forward the amount
Route days.Mrs. president of the Methodist. Ep- designated -
FLA. I 2is spending k furloygh here Raymond A. Hancock was worth League. to Mr. Johns annually or I I

with his parents. Mr.. and Mrs in Delray Beach last Friday where Some of the numerous accomplishments monthly In accordance with your i 12 in. Galvanized

I she was soloist at the wedding of at the USO Club dur- pledge to the cause, .
her niece, Miss Gladys Sellers. We trust that will favor'
COME TO, THE ing :Mr. Tho rn's administrationare you Poultry Netting in. Mesh ,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. FredD. us with an early reply and will. I
: Increased attendance
Sellers who married Lt. ;
Ray- render assistance as be t
rupled service at the snack bar: you may 18 in. Galvanized
HRISTIAN CHURCH CONVENTION mond D. Daniel of Boca Raton able. i ,
formation of the G. I. Jacks &
\ Field. Jells a young married soldier Very respectfully Poultry .L"It'ttlnJt-2 in, Mesh ,

.At GRAHAM Sgt.. and Mrs. Bohannon and club CROSBY LAKK CEMETERY .. ',
couple ; organization of Pro
Mrs. ''H. A, ,Anthony' were shopping COMMITTEE. .
GO in. GalvanizedPoultry ( I
\ testant chaplains of Blan
: m\\ Camp
unday, July 30-- 10:30 a. m.-9:30 p. In Jacksonville Tuesday of I* A. Reynolds Chairman I
ding and ministers of Starke; receptions '
.last week. Charles Darby. Mayor of Starke Net t In K-2 in. 'Mesh a s sa ,
for Gen. E. W. Fales and
Mrs. J.: L. Anderson returned J. F. Klckliter, 1st Baptist,
Col. Walter E. Smith; and tht,
Sunday from Knoxvllle, Tenn., church ,
Jake'Thomas Robert J T.Quigley. promotion of good will between
SPEAKERS: bitty. ,. . Wheret she\attended thp wedding W. P. Smith, 1st Methodist 7-in COTTON HOES
... '' t if her brother,.Petty Officer 2-c, Camp, Starke and, the USO. ; church ,..

II ?'1-4; . John F. Burton. On her 'return The assignment to the Fort. Charles Allen Presbyterian 14-TINE GARDEN RAKES ,I

trip she stopped at Rome Ga., to Leavenworth YMCA 1 Is a definite church. .

visit her mother, Mrs. Dora Bur promotion for Mr. Thorn. Fort Fred Yerkes St. Mark's Episcopal .' "

NAT SEZ: ton.Miss Leavenworth Is one, of the oldest church COTTON PLOW LINES / 5, .1 Iq
Dorothy Norman was here Carl Johns, Treasurer "
)t41 t posts in the country, having been
I # Some folk seem to have the visiting friends and relatives this ,' B. C. Holtzendorf GLASS WAsfr BOARDS : "'
established since. 1827. and the Y.. \
\ p if Iii ,,.I.taken] Idea that War Bonds Fred A. Scott .- ; '.
week.Mr. Is located on the The
post. "
'r won't be worth a* much several' and Mrs. J. L. Andersonand I Mrs.. D. P. CarpenterMiss fl.

...1 t, I7 years from now a* they are ,today laughter Janet' and Martha Thorns their youngest will live son on, the George post, and will Olive' Ray Complete Line I'': ;

They're ntlll chinking In Johnston dined with Mr and Mrs. Mr!. 0: L. Bensley
attend school there. Phillip will DAVIS PAINTS
fil' '' l :terms 01 the old Liberty Bonds of Paul Ethxldge In Jacksonville last Mm. T. J. Griffin ,1 .:
by, Army bus to school In the \ ,
go : ] ;
.eftz. Jn'orlcl.\VI'r' which were negotiable Saturday night. Mia. G. W. Alderman I w I t
"' p and consequently'placed on Cpl. L. H. Harper Is home thin nearby: town of, vt.nworth.; Mrs H. L. Brownlee Gulf Sinclair Shell I

the market by those who needed week on furlough which he Is have moved back to their home at J f

.., 'ready cash and were often bought spending' with his wife and new Long Bridge. To Hear ComplaintsThe Black Flag -- Flit Fly Spray
He Is now stationed at eA
,at less..than par value. The War son. Ernest Williams of Apopka was
Homls being Mold to day aloe n nhego'lnble Dow Field, Bangor, Me. visiting his sister'and brother-in- Board of County Commissioners .. "
'0 needn't worry will meet In the court. '
HO you . O . e e e law, Mr. and Mrs. S. L. Crews '' ': <
about anything like that happening house at 10 a. m. Monday morn- ,
'.. to them. The only thing you New RiverBy ing August 7, for the purpose of ;
hate to> worry about. fs how tospend I hearing Complaints from ownersor
that fourth dollar you're Miss Cosette Sapp has accepteda agent of real estate or 'per
School get back;; for everythree . *. . .the e e . position with the Southern Bell sonal property the value of ; COMPAQJ. i
.fie in Starke this week; P
dollar 'you Invent:today. { Telephone which has been fixed by the i

I j, Friends of Mrs. O. F. Tomllnson She plans to work during school County Tax 'Assessor! and accepted B. CARLISLE, 'Ownerwhat '

are glad tb, see' her out again also. by the: Board. 1I 1\\,

after a few weeks Illness, although Mr and Mrs. J. C. Wynn of .,
HILDREN'S WEAR she Is still under the care .Hampton have been visiting !
.of the doctor. friends here recently. \ :
Mrs. Rosa Pin holster of Brookerwas Harold Crews was honored witha .I

visiting her niece, Mrs. Mana big dinner at his home Sunday. 8

Wiggins, Wednesday.Some I He will leave for,service Tuesday. I Y Jllltil :i;
of our boys have had to 'Le lle' Whitehead will also leave /J( : are ; :f

miss a few days of school, pulling 'Tuesday.Mr .
fodder. Joe Kelly says: and Mrs. H. B. Hunt of I I

(Not: Rationed. ) "Boys you need a tractor like my" Mulberry were visiting Mr. and :$ :, f

Daddy's. They don't eat fodder. Mrs. E. A, Sapp over the week- :
Mr and Mlrs. Reddish Andrewsand end. YOU i
waiting t'
PINAFORES children were visiting friends Mr. and Mrs. Rudolph Andrews. #
and relatives In Jacksonville last
and son. Rudy, were visiting relatives t':
week-end. in Morrlston Sunday and .
WAC' SUITS Don't forget church at Long I \ hE
Monday., Jj r' -
Chl'IIIUan'Church Sunday '
Bridge S. 2-c Shy Brown has been moved # I for ?
bv the Pastor. Rev. Dodd of
- -
:' from Cecil Field to Bainbridge, ia
t Hampton. :7c\ '
Mr. and Mrs. Emory Johns were Md. "

New Arrivals business visitors In ;Jacksonville Mrs. Lorle Tomlinson and t';:
O. F.
mother-in-law, Mrs.
last weekend.M. I. bf I& '"
P. Wiggins and R. R. Andrews son, were In Gainesville Monday. J

SHIPMENT were visiting Mr. and Mrs.T. Mrs. Georgia ,Collins of Miami ,

FCOTTON J. Andrews of Morrlston Sun. ,Is visiting her sister, Mrs. Jay (", ''

Moody, for a few days. :' f' \

day.Mrs.. Jessie Lee Lazenby and Mr. and Mrs. -C. E. Andrews ":

!on. Joe were visiting relativesIn were visiting In Lake City Tui* :...! '.
Jacksonville a few days list ] afternoon. ,. ., \
:PLAY SUITS week. ,day % t

Mr. and Mrs. Melton Kerce were

: 4.95. in Mr.Jacksonville and Mrs. Monday.Even pikes w revisiting r.IzS

her: sister In Palatka last VitaminsAT .
d ii
week-end. Mra. Sikes, remained :
2-PIECE COTTON: for a longer visit. Her sister has -

been, a patient In Palatka Hos- LOW CHAIN 1oX
; .
BATHINGfj/ ; pital. ;. "V
The farmers* now busy curing FOOD STORE PRICES oar electric iron-on the ;

tobacco are: Rev. C. C. Butler, dor'of your biggest wash -get.t tired' I

SUITS E. A. Sapp, C. E. Andrews. Russell and doesn want to work. The vacuum. .,
it cuts oil Just when you're .*
Glbaon cleaner '
Green Minnie B
Mr" MAJOR bridge club aDd on the
Fernie Moody, Oby Moody Carl- oectina ODe morning your in the week hubby U running j t

3.95 ton McCord .Ira Meritt, Frank lot* and wants his breakfast right ,

Merritt, Albert Moody, Jimmie 24 Tablets 15c now- the toaster up and quit . . .

-r. Yarbrough A. B. Whitehead, Sam But why go on? Th.r.'. a simp!. way ,

: SHORTS Whitehead Raleigh .Griff. Mack 48 Tablets a9c' to avoid these handicap to your daily iJ

Sweat Royf Johnson Ceo.. Faulk- living Have your electric repair dealer tW

ner, and Geo. Jorgen. 100 Tablets 49c oive those valuable ap iaDc'a going ,: I
& Miss Ruth TomllnsoB'' Jacksonville over" at oncel Save money' now and l
: HALTER has been visiting her Tablets 75c trouble in the future. There no time FRE i'
200 t4t.J'
mother recently. like the present, .o what are we waiting ; eel
COMBINATIONS We welcome two little new lorTFLOHIOl kl .

girls In cur school this week: Sale AtLOVETT'S I ... '!' I ..-- .

2.95Sternberg's' Betty and Phyllis Thomas of Pa- On i7 A/l'f. O".A..y :.::.-.. .. "+': .

latka. Betty Is in the third and POftDoa'l -- .... -_"_-CoOl.I -. ,

hyllls In the second grade. 4#'.... ''i .. --Irwr, -..T '
E. A. Sapp has been to Jacksonville > --.-- -

several :times recently It's Sill! Ch.apr
with butterbeans.. Wa t EUeirieily Just B.caa..

'- :Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Lavender

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. . . . . . i munity Center Wednesday evenIng STARKETHEATRES GIFTSSAVE JERRY'SJERRY'SJERRYa ,
in honor of Seaman Billy WHAT TO FIND IN ,

CrOll by. Games were played and E-A-T HERiTW
enjoyed by everyone. TIME CONSULT THIS DIRECTORY

. .By.Minnie. .Lou. HaenMrs. .: . Those of this section who en- INFORMATION OF CAMP BLANDING SHOPPINGAND II I IF YOU LIKE HOME COOKING
l Joyed the birthday dinner In Don- I' FOR CENTER

( O. W. Rimes and Miss aldovllle Ga., in honor of Mrs.L. RECREATIONAL ft. ., *.
Lubedia Flnholster gave their P. Atkinson, Sunday, were: AMUSEMENTSStarke Miami Is visiting her pa.ents, Mr.
Sunday School classes a picnic at Mrs. Vance Russ and grand- ters, Billie Ann and Edna Mae, and Mrs. A. M. Blanchard.Miss I HOT
Hampton Lake Wednesday after. daughter, Jackie, Mr. and Mrs. Misses Louise and Madge. Bloss. Amusements Grace McDonald left Sat-
noon, which everyone enjoyed.A J.oJ.. Russ and son, Edwin Mr. Mrs. Mary Ann Atkinson, and for Jacksonville where s he CO
party was given at the Com- and Mrs. Wilson Russ and daugh- Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Atkinson and FOOD urday will\ spend several days with
Joyce and Ilean.
; relatives.
Camp friends and
Mrs. 0, L. Griffin of Jacksonville -
were visiting Mr. and Mrs. Snack Bar Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Kelly and tai Call St. Next Door To Western UnionJERRY'SJERRY'SJERRY
N. 0. Hayes last week. Angelo'sFranks children were visiting Mr. and

\ Mrs. James A. Clark and baby Fine Food Elver :

RIJRSIIINfjDrop ; daughter, Faye Jeanette, from Milligan's Grill
Bainbridge, Ga., are visiting\ Rev. Harold Baxley of Middle-
friends and relatives here this burg was a dinner guest of Mr.
week. and Mrs. J. T. Prevatt, Sunday.Rev. .
Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Bethea from Baxley held services at the
Gainesville were visiting relatives Baptist church Sunday morningand
here Friday. Wonder Gift Shop evening. for

r Miss Norma Gene Heard from MILITARYSUPPLIES James Reddish, son of Mr. ant
Brinson, Ga., Is the guest of learn Mrs J. M. Reddish left Wednesday FUNVISIT
Atkinson. for the Armed Forces.
Mrs. N. G. Hayes was a visitorIn Miss Florence McCulley of
Jacksonville, Friday.Rising. Ben Suslow's Army StoreGislain's Starke Is visiting her cousin, Miss I

. . . . . . Margaret Carter.
P. S. Stores Among those on our sick list r
in for a Cold Bottle of Beer These Hot After Shafkin'sThe this week are Mr. Jim Moore STARKE

StagPHOTOGRAPHY Edwards, Mrs. Mildred -
doesn't drop about Mrs. Blanch
noons and see if your temperature By MK8. EDDIE NORMAN Carter, and Miss Alma

10 degrees at the first sip. A few minutes of pleasant . * . . . . Crews. We sincerely hope they Amusement
will soon recover.BROTHI'RS .
relaxation will send you back to your work with Mrs. J. E. Norman and granddaughter C. Smith GardnerTHEATRES .
Joann left Saturday for HOME:
renewed vigor. two weeks visit with her daughter whoIs TEMPLE AVENUE
Edward B. Thomas, Sea. 1-c
Elvlee Driggers at Lith. One Block
Mrs. j
stationed at Shawnee Okla., la
. la, Mrs. Cecil Thomas of St. Florida IV
a 24-day furlough with From USO-NCCS
: Petersburg and her brother, Cecil Park
his sister, Miss Floy Thomas, of
Adklnaon. of Dover. Ritz
1 Starke.
TAVERN Rufus Green and of Mrs.Brooker Eddie Nor-was TAVERNSBlanding King I. Thomas, Store Keeper
( () ( ( $ visiting Mr.
man Saturday night. 3-c left Saturday for the Naval GAMES AND RIDESFOR
Mr. and Mrs. Thurman Jones of Center Hospital In Jacksonville where he
Bob Jones, Mgr. Pine Level have moved back in Bob's Tavern
will be stationed. He has been at YOUNG and OLD
are occupying
this section. They Angelo's
home on an extended leave after
, Lewis' house.!
Jordan's BarHampton sometime in overseas duty.
,\ Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Norman
I, Herbert, and Mrs. Cordon -
and son Jones and "daughter, Caro- I. . . . . . . .

Hi- lyn, were visiting Mrs. Rufus NEXT THING TO RAIDING THE
Green last Sunday.We .
t are sorry that James Nor- FRIGIDAIRE AT HOME, IS TO

Bud man and little Eugene Jones are . By. .Barbara. 01 .Home. . f .
on the sick list this week. We EAT AT THE

..::::::; all Join In wishing them both a Mr. and Mrs. Robert Touchtonwere I
speedy recovery. week-end guests at Tampa.
Mrs. Sally Crawford is spend Mrs. J. W. Priester has returned %4.CI134.
ing a few days In Jacksonvillewith to Lake Butler after a 1!
her mother, who has been visit with her daughter, Mrs. _
sick. We are glad to learn
very Clarice Adktns. SPECIAL BREAKFAST
that she Is now improving.Mrs. Cyril Pickren Is visiting relatives BEAT THE WEATHERMAN FOR MRS. G. DELICATESSEN SERUO!
.. ; Thomas Lewis and daughter at Waycroas, Ga. \\ITH I.We
J Betty Ann spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Wads- think we Fluffy Sour CreamPumpernickel
her husband who I is now stationedat worth were in Gainesville Satur- Farm Fresh Salads serve the biggest Bread
Camp Blanding. Tasty Sandwiches and best cup of Fresh! Rolls
\ REAL "HEMAN"HAMBURGERS day.Mrs. Fresh Buttermilk coffee In town.
Seeber Goodman left on TO TAKE OUT -
Iced Fruit Juices Drop In and see -
; : Thursday of last week to Join her what you think
husband, Pfc. Goodman, who Is
1 at Ft.McClellan, Anniston -
Ala. .
Dennis Park i', S 1-c, U. S.
Coast Guard o{ St. Augustine la
& enjoying a leave at home. .
r Leo Wiggins, U. S. Navy, of ..
1I' Jacksonville visited his family

HOT D.OGS during Mrs. the H.. week-end.D. May, Mrs. Crique, tR assoc.........i ...,--=...-. r .-iwrelawtatl. '''';' -' _..,. .'-.r _..]
Mrs. M. C. Sweeney, Mrs. Claude I' z=- -- -

May and daughter Sylvia spent
t Thursday shopping In Gainesville
Refrigeration Service Mr. and Mrs. ;Joe Oliver of Ft.
V Lauderdale visited Mrs. Ethel SHAFKIN'STHE
MILLIGAN'S GRILL Tidwell the past week.\
WINKLER'SELECTRIC Mr. and Mrs.' W. A. Saxon of
Jacksonville werS weekend guestsof

226 Temple Ave. Mrs. Geraldine Williams returned STORE
home Wednesday of last
T week from a hospital in Jack-
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Mrs. K. B. Wa'tterson and Mrs.
R. P. Touchton were shopping in
t Gainesville Thursday of last week.
Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Myrick ENUF SED !
SEE THE and eon Jesse of Ft. Lauderdale
are visiting friends here.

N-E-W D I ---d' : Orleans after Mrs visiting J., La.T. Blanton her husband has'returned in New Jewelry Gifts UniformBUY

QF : Mrs. Laurie Hall and Mrs. G
P. Wadsworth, were shopping in

FLORIDA SOUVENIR GIFTS !I Palatka:Mr. Doc Tuesday Tidwell of of last Macon week.Ga.,' BONDS . BUY BONDS . BUY BONDS . BUY ,

is spending a few days at home.
AT There will be services at ahe .

Y y If I If Baptist and evening.Church Everyone
Gislain's f attend. Rev.- Cutshaw will 2' E iiUL4/g 1}: 0 U of our new selection

Next to Koch's Drug Store I .. . . .. . . .
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TO THE 11 Lawuteyfly EVELYN WARREN CQD Gxciling i fi Jewelrt) ,

. . . . . . .
Junior Sullivan of Lake Butler .. Ebony Cameo Pins
NEWCOMERSAND was visiting his cousin Otis For. :
Banana Brooches'
,. syth, last week-end :
I tI Jane and Hugh Cotton were Plastic Heart Pin-ons
11 visiting their grandmother, Mrs. CQI' Sea Shell NoveltiesAttractive
:' Charly Dinkins, lot weekend.Mrs. .

el I '.: OLD TIMERS Adel Dinkins. Mildred of Jacksonville Cox and were Miss I Handpainted. Heart Pennants

t; visiting their parents. Mr. and 00 Mother of PearlNECKLACES ''-t
AT Mrs. P. L. Dinkins Sunday.
: I +;i },(r. and Mrs. Owen Anders of ,
a I < B Jacksonville were here visiting CQD ,
\ CAMP L AND I N Gr i their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. with matching '

and Mrs. J. H. Redgrave, Sunday. CQ Bracelet or ear bobs
j WE EXTEND Wallen Sapp visiting his .
parents Mr. and Mrs. Arthur : A Complete Line of Florida
Pearce this week..,
A WELCOME Carlos and Eaton Green of Rai- cg . SOUVENIR GIFTS
ford and Lake-Butler were visit-
AND TO ng their uncle'add aunt, Mr. and Z from the largest stock in Starke _
Mrs. Joe Forsyth. Saturday night. 0
Miss Vera Mosley and Evelyne NEW 'I
Warren were in Starke Wednes- -
ANGELO'SGRILL lay. While there they visited

Miss Anese Green. WONDER GIFT SHOP :
H Mrs. Mary MIxon and Mr. and
lira. Billy Edwards* all of Jack-

t" lonvllle, were visiting Mr. and . BUY BONDS BUY BONDSPAnE '
<\ bin.:Miss Will Arthurlne Edward,,Blanchard Sunday. of . BONDS . BUY

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t of Beauties Plus Fred Mac Murray I FOOD AMUSEMENTS July Slut., 1944 in the above n.mi I tat Starko.. Florida, thli June 17th,
F : The Angels Sing" At Florida Soon MIL 1 I TAR Y SUPPLIES >rt Court and cause, wherein plain- 1544.
AnIt d - the: seek* divorce Tlrnrtfcml County OFFICIAL( SEA?.) .A, J. Thomas,
T..I".ral.h shall publish this l.)rd.1'In A* Clerk, nt said l l Court.
JJ10vle who swing songs by Johnny Burke and . . next four weekly IHBIIOH. j T. Frank l.andrum, Stark. FIGl'ld"J
eJActng! lOaded with music Jimmy Van Heusen while Dorothy e e e e e sessor of a little mule colt, Dick, . . . . . . Witness my hand and official seal Ally for Pit. -30 4t 7-tl

fare "Andinz' /that his horse, Princess surprisedhim ,
paramount's Lamour lends her vocal talents In GrahamBy
collledy due mid-night singing the torch songs by the with. Woodlawn

nels sunday and Monday at same duo of tune-makers. In all Mrs T. L. Caney< Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Dugger Mrs. OLD SARGE'S PLACESTARKE'S
By Myrle KalusnThere
.y. Theatre, promises to eight new songs said to be slated e e e e e e e e e e e e e had as their'overnight guest on e e e e e e e e .
rtda It. Sunday Mrs Dagger's mother,
mixture. for the honor list are presented in
the perfect Ernest Davis F 1-c of Mrs Raleigh of ORIGINAL
r of ranking stars In the film. Solomons Rye, Macclenny. wil be services at Wood-
triO :
l tOP Md., arrived early Sunday morning
DototbYLamour Old Farce Revived to Card of Thanks I lawn Baptist Church each Sunday
Button spend a 15 day leave with
MacMurray with two This generation will have the op- his We wish to extend our thanksto as follows: Sunday School 10:30a. :
red ,
parents Mr.
and Mrs.
N. J. StoreAuthorized
g Ingenues, Diana Lynn portunity to chuckle and laughat Davis. each and every one who of m., Morning Services 11, and Army
Chandler, lending capoqrt. a farce which tickled the risibilities those who were so kind to us at evening services 8:30.: Prayer
Iu1 of the generation beforeIt Mrs. Irene Bushloper of Jacksonville the time of the loss of our son, meeting each Wednesday night at

about the four Angel when Edward Small's "Up InMabel' U spending the week with Cpl. Roy R. Land and for the 8 o'clock. Come and bring some by the War Department
trail band-leader Fred Room," plays Tuesday, parents, Mr. and Mrs N. J. many nice cards letters and one with you.
In an attempt to re- Wednesday and Thursday at the flowers May God bless you all. The Rev. O. J. Raulerson and Operated by an Ex.SoldierHEADQUARTERS

ny; borrowed money, thisdue Florida.Its Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Melton Mr. and, Mrs. E. G. Land ,Mr. and Mrs Lewis Rafuse revisiting

some to provide laughs all cast Is headed by Gall Pat- have announced the recent birthof and family Miss Alma Lee Crews of
Angel porrw a baby girl at their home near Lawtey. Sunday night
Papa rick
r, With Marjorie Reynolds, Dennis
Graham. Mrs. W. J. Overstreet and ion,
Raymond Walburn the O'Keefe, Mlscha Auer Charlotte O. R. Prevatt and little daughter -
Miss Lorene Colton of Waldo Herbert, of Macclenny spent last'
LTuni which arise are said Greenwood Lee Bowman, Blnnle are spending several days In for all "
has been the guest of Miss Selma Friday with Mr. and Mrs. C. J.
lightly bombastic.L Barnes, John Hubbard and Janet Jacksonville with Mr. Prevatt'abrother. R
Rivers for the past week and family. W. J. Over-
back again with Lambert. .
: The Misses Fay and Thera .street and Billy Overstreet Joined
|'inimitable renditions of "Up In Mabel's Room" deals Leirlngs of Bradenton have been them for supper. Lewis Rafuse and sisters, Mrs. Military Supplies

with tbe highly funny and: embarrassing spending some time with Myrtle Miss Myra Land who worksIn Bertha Stucky and Mrs Alma

adventures a young and Mildred Thomas. a photography, shop in Tampa Dyal were called, to the bedside

WESELL newlywed who told his wife everything Miss Mildred Thomas began and Mrs. W. A. '..Jackson of Mayoare of their uncle, Noah S. Crawford Novelties and Jewelry ;

that happened to him be- working at Sternberg's Store on visiting Mr. and Mrs. E. G. who passed away Wednesday
I, fore their marriage but neglectedto Friday morning.Morris Land. Sunday visitors In the morning at his home In Buhl-

tell her of an Inscribed pieceof Kelly leaves for the Land home were Mr and Mia. win.

lingerie he gave to an attractive Navy July 18th to Join his two Marvin Jackson Mayo and IN ritirrrr (rninr \u.uln Ben Suslow'sArmy ,
HIGH young woman years before: brothers in the service. They are Martin Land of Camp Blanding. ('01 \T,', KI.OIIII1\I ('II'' .

QUALITY Rather than face his increasingly the brothers. of Mrs. George Rivers. Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Johns and CKIIV.Walter: .F. Dhle in.kl. Plaintiff, v.. i
suspicious bride and confess the sons, Claude. Jr., and Kenneth Anna Dlug-lnikl/ Drfondant. Can
BAKED young man attempts to regainthe Mrs. Johnson pent Thursday were In Taylor with Mr. and Mrs. No.ORDKK 3207. prnLIfATION AND Store !

GOODS tell-tale slip by employing all and Friday in Jacksonville.Mrs. Clyde Johns last week-end for the NOTICIS.I TO APPEAR
ALWAYS kinds of ruses. These tricks rebound Nate Dyal has started celebration of Clyde John's birth- STATE OF FLOIUDA. to: AnMOlulI'ln..kl. \,
who. In 1X0 209 E. Call St. Starke, Fla.
THE i to his disadvantage and working at the Starke Dry Clean day.Mr. Central Ave., Pout Offli-e. New HyiU )
to the howls of a happy audience. ers. and Mrs. J. R. Hardee and Park Lone Island, New York.
V Ton are required to appear on
llPPE BAKERY Beryl Casey S 2-c of the Ord- daughter, Imogene, of Gainesville,
Full line of Office Supplies at
nance Department of Daytona were guests of Mr. and Mrs. M.
:,The Bradford County Telegraph. Beach spent the day Monday with C. Roberts for several days last DON'T LET THEHEAT

his parents. Mr. and Mrs. T. L. week: Mr. Hardee brought seven Through These Portals Pass
Casey. hounds with him and he and some( I

There will be the regular Sun- of the Farm hunters enjoyed fox .

IHOTOGRAPHS day morning and evening services hunting while he' was here. The Best Soldiers \
at the Christian church on Sun Miss Melba Stringfellow visited

day, July 23. with Rev. Burton. her aunt Mrs. May Dickens, at
t the home of Mrs. W. L. Wall In GET YOU DOWN

I !I C. Smith GardnerEstablished . . . . . . Starke the first part of) this week. On Earth. . .

Misses Gloria>and Wanda Harris -
1900- State Farm returned to their home In o "' ,

of New York and Miami Green Cove'Springs Sunday after '' ,
By 11DryaD- Whltfleld visiting their, uncle and aunt-in-
e e . e e e . 5 e W
Z law, Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Harris '
ONE 8x10 $ THREE 8x10 $5

Six 3x4 $3 Twelve 3x4$5 Mrs. E. L. Meredith and grandson Dr. and Mrs. R. P. Stubbins {I'Iii'{,''' ,tIlktil 'Iti '.1
and little Miss Mary Rivers Stub- ,' ,
Freddie Paul Hartman of
bins and Miss Lorene Moncrtef ,
STUDIO IN BLANDING CENTER Lubbock. Texas, arrived Saturdayto .
returned from Crystal/ ,
BUS STATION STARKE FLA. visit Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Part- Iill t i
Lake where they enjoyed a ten itili f{
ney and Kay Mrs. Partney has t.I iii l tlj{
day's stay Mr: and Mrs. J. R Illiit l tI1
returned borne after having beenIn KEEPCOOL
Kite were their overnight guest
Riverside Hospital in Jackson I
while they were there.
ville for
This Store Is. Strictly Miss Christine Eastham of the Representing the group of Red
Cross Workers of the Furm Mrs is I ,t tIt
Lake City Naval Air Base spent {
L. F. Chapman turned over to
the past week-end with her par-
G / ents, Mr. and Mrs. Jerome East- Red Cross Headquarters in Lake t'Sllil, 'I ;
Butler last week 184 completed
ham. ,
'kit bags and "Housewives". .,
Belts of Fowlstown. Ga.,
\ I in anticipating your needs Is Joyce visiting Mr. and Mrs. J. H. I. AS AN ICEBERG
, Moncrief and family. Lt,
Herbert Flllyaw Is working at e '
Full Line Military Supplies the A. C. L. station I In Raiford 1 feWITH :. e

II, since Billy Jones has been transferred And they will tell you that, the P. S. i
to the agency at Chief-
I; Souvenirs Watches Store} is the best place to buy . . .

Jewelry Gifts land.Pvt.. Mark Marker of South Da- f

kota and Camp Blanding was the it
supper guest of Mr. and Mrs. J. LARGEST STOCK IN STARKE'' ,: t

GUARANTEEDWATCH G. Caldwell last Sunday. .
J Mrs. J. W. Dyke visited Mr and I
REPAIRING Mrs. M E. Griner for several -
days last week en route to her --
home In Tampa from Lexington A

S. C., where she spent a monthfor
The the benefit of her health. Our Breakfastsare At the Kits Station
The Community Club held Its
StagStarke July meeting in the Club rooms something COLDBOTTLE ,

Tuesday afternoon. Of most Im- to crow'about!

Call portance was the showing of the AlsoSHORT
f" Street
Club's completed quilt. Mrs. C. M. OF ,

_ Turney and Mrs. J. M. Hembree: ORDERSserved
were hostesses and served delicious from i

sandwiches and Iced tea. 9 a. m. to 9 p. m. BEERJordan's STARKE
Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs.J.

M. Bradley were Mr and Mrs' Featuringthe

Vance Geiger, Mrs. :M. F. Coke;, best of SAT. MIDNIGHT TUESDAY

Sr., and Mr. and Mrs. Reese -AT-

Jacksonville. Patsy and :Mary
Bee Cox returned to Jacksonvillewith July 23. 21 July 25, 26, 27

stay. their relatives for a short CAMPDINER ; :

Mr. and Mrs. Robert Dukes re- Bar o'fIi!!!

turned to their home In Jackson-the I !

ville Sunday after spending Libretti Mgr.
week-end with Mr. and Mrs. M. Corner Call and Cherry Paddy eOl1AN1."

R. Holmes. 4)) ;; "
Mr.and Mrs. Frank Crews are \ ,
/ now In Yorktown Va., where Mr. A ;ar. ; rW

We Have Crews expects! to be stationed for ,, YS a ..4/1/ ,

the next six weeks In connectionwith : :
Modern Warfare Schools. I. 0, ;

Nora Harvey and Carolyn Brad- I

EVERYTHINGyou'll ley were, among those baptized r- ; '01, .: '
Sunday afternoon by Rev. Will- yw\

lam Wilson. This service culmi- c &ero4'i .. #
the Raiford ;? I wJ,1)t 3.IW / A" l
for nated their Joining ; '
.. want a Baptist church during Its recent .

revlyal. liP I. :/1,1 I '

P! BIG EVENING ! Mr.Richard Lynn Following and, returned L.Mrs.Gower P.a short, with Fancher her visit her home,baby.with :latking- 1 I --.Y fr MABELSROOM' <

Perry, Thursday.Pvt. I
David Skolnfk came Mon- :
day from Camp Chaffee Ark.j pM ; :
his furlough with Mrs. Wi 'i

to Skolnik upend and,, Mr. -and Mrs. B. d"RRA .."I.. ,. :
at Hershfleld. f.j f.v C\\i.\, "" tu" '10" \" S ,.It MAIJMIfITNOIIS j ,
and children sofA' "l
Mrs W. H. Pringle OT7&iwAt tf. ''( "u\ '
Mary Elizabeth and Harry are Yt.'i") "" o' /iiiitrI7iiletig
visiting Mr, and Mrs. P. S. Crews. f.i OiA"
BLANDING R. E. Hunt and Mr. and ).{rs. A _'",", pptCApANtCtDAtUl1TIUUNEOId .r rJ

Merrill Robinson) and children! J \ t1 M*III ll*..lIlll f I'
Betty Jean and Laddie of Jacksonville ine 2 The 11111 ,
were guests of Mr. and ) ? i M A" rt. .. lag uinumir nun 111114Angels J

Mrs. J. L. Robinson during the
5<< Sing Dlrci.4 '' AltAN OWAN j
CENTER past week. Their visit was occasioned ..I...... ,Nn' .Ufti'.A"I.. ., I. ;
by the birthday of Merrill Jodc)

Robinson whom Mr. and 1\fu. j .,, \t '

J. L. Robinson complimented! witha 11\\11'1'\\t .... ,I\\ \I s I
lovely birthday supper. ., aiYMO ter. M't901t '' 4: :
Mrs. Ophelia Woodward and
9 to 9 Daily
BAR Mrs. William Fairchild of Hinson Restaurant t t Hours: t
came Friday to visit Mr. and Mrs. Except Tuesday \ I It

Wesley Woodward. NNala'I,1r.. 1e.1.1.OMMWMWIMNIIIIANIN/YR' _ I
Kenneth Johns II the proud pos i

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ElUnT _ ______________________ n -=
-'- .
: r J2R9. County TlI1e.rll
.. .ed: UriI" No. bhall
r OPKLOIIIIl.t Name In which a onnfeir PUBLICATION prd..r In
officiated. : t" HRPOHT Or ('o'uu'r.o" neat IoU PUI
Tuneral Rites For HKKol : > NOTICE) TO APPEAR .' WItness I \\"
1 BATh AT T.' All"of being In tha-I AND my halld,, -klr
Those who attended the funeral tarfce l. the State of FiendS said property StATE OP FLORIDA": PaphrTi "pal at Starke .Od
r .: .\ : L. Christodoulou from Starke were Nicholas Alexander Who Is G. I. Joe? a' I.. .1.._. .( h..l>nui .. JUCCa. County of aradford.: State of a'lor- Pu..hor. whose residence. In He lBOKoad 19th. 1944.'tOFFICIAIL. 10'1. ' ,a. t
.). sass East Dennis, Ma*.: '
';' 't Mr. and Mrs. W. N. Car- ASCIiTTS, 'dUnle such certificate or cntln'j. required to appear ,on an Clerk SKAI,i '\.1'
k! ? Held Tuesday AririlIng to The Bayonet, shall be redeemed You are of MM T
1 naslou, Mla Nlkl Papageorge, J.oana and discounts (In- cate the property < .."' August lIst 1944 In the above William 1"1; '
Camp DlumUuf'm Infantry JteJ' eluding' $40.6t overdrafts to law wherein J
: I c4rtlfloate, certificates will named Court and cause Florida Augfjffgj W 1
: t ; ; t eonldanChrUtodoulou Jerry Chrittodoulou1, Mr. and Mrs. S 68OU,90'' such or ,
,I.< FiiniTftJ; aervlcen pi aeementTraining be aold to the highest "bidder' at plal.itlfr, seeks divorce. Bradford ;.Z
f. : I.- John Taliako.*. Mr. Mary Paful- United State I Government the court house door on the first County Telegraph shall publish NO' .{'fo: Op'iw; :-
16. a former resident Onler obligation, d I In the month of SeptembeD this Order In next four weekly la. '8AI.H "' ,
akls, Mr. and Mrs. Nick Stav- I rect and guaranteed 1..145,107.2.: Monday IN ''tllh
; ( ; I ,
: J.\tj'\, ,i of Starke, who died ,at, .the .. newvpaper, Obligation. of MaluM. andpouitica1 1.dDth9s4July: D. 1944. IOU"". S official 8811 0'11'1'( rn' ('0' '1 r
rlanos and Harry Sarlcopouloa. O. Joe !. S19.2S2.S7Cah ; |. 19th.. A. Witness my hand and II'OJtl) ('0'
I. . ubdlVlli
J. 'J" Dlnnmore Nurslrig1' Home at flIn". "Mr ''Christocloulou came to > >n* I A. J. THOMAS. Clerk: of Circuitijourt i'.-al nt Starke. ..Jo'iorlda.thl.. JulyOFFICIAL I'I.OithrA. "n. ci
balances with otherbanks IN
to KM
""V manpower of Bradford .County. 19th. 1944. I KSTATE OF,

''t ,'i'i more Saturday. were. conductedTu America In 1900 and was,j n At- his govern1nwnt. *, verve ,balance including, and r.- FlorlU 7-21-4t-8-ll I ( SEAL) A. j.' Tr'jQIIf..S., a DAVID Minor.WANE I\Oln\ > > ,
I f'
I!; o'clock laatic Coast Unit Railway employe .Cash Items of a* Clerkvt nald Court .
afwrri'oon at 4 In
<* ; To the process Unmlrum tarke. Florida. NOTICE: a.
WK.tUrOHU Frank
RT. IT. h..rUhj
1'01 )
COllectioN I . 138.811.611 .II'IT
r I. Funeral vHom all Port Tampa.He re- -- CMAI8amlu'eV'j. : *- for Plf. 711-41-8-11 whom It may If"",
from the .Thonjaa IAI general he Is Bank pre.III. owned I ('01 MTV. KLOIIIIJAI IX Atty. '19th day con""rll., II,.
M: Gainesville. The Rev. Jero- turn rJ to his natfve Greece In 17,026.47 furniture and I of August A
( In ; V5. flltd'U' <'' "'''. BHAWFOKUOfVrir. will apply 10 D
Plaintiff. I"
Medici '
remained there until expandable. To the IIK'Ma .ristureH .S3t.64 .- 18.45'1.3101ber : Dobbin liollO..hl..
; : Stavrou of St. Jphna Greek 1913 and Defendant. Case (' FLOUIUAl. IN CHAN-' Perryman: County
To the assets _,__ ?_- __ 4,836,60 Mary Ann Dobbin. flee irs JUdie.,,
p 1\. OrthoddX Church In Jackspnvllle 4939 when fie returned: Floridato potential cafiualty. > N. 3233.OIU'ER. IRY: $tarke. Bradford
: JeHRl'a Oliver Angel Plaintiff. v.. Florida t h.
( this quartermawt hl" another TOTAL ASKRTH! u____ $2,878,532.01LIAnILIrIEC OF PUBLICATION fOlloWing
t. reside. AND NOTICE T() APPEAR Clara V. Angel Defendant, Case No. land to-wltl:
; : foot to hoe. To MA. company Demand FLORIDA to: Mary 3243. 8' of
He U survived by two daugh- deposIts of Individual STATE OK s'vt. except
i CLASSIFIEDJSWANTED" C"nmanik he' a rrplaoement. *, part nerihlp Ann Dobbin. whose residence la ORDER OF. PUBLICATION . North aide of and 1
tera, Mrs. John Tallakon of Starke 'To his first sergeant he's a' and corporation a : ..,- 1.331,860.37 ,437 Manhattan Ave.,' New York. t AND NOTir-K TO APPEAR 28 and NE'' of NW"adJoin", ,
and Mrs, Mike Blfzlot'eH of,.Gainesville Tim. deposits of Indl- : York: STATE OF FLORIDA tot;, Clara NWIi. of SW'Io .t .
tb r : : 1')1dbrl'k Iduala. paw t nerahipii, I'l'uN"a" required. to appear on V. Angel whose residence and address I of N 1\4\ and No,;, W ,
: :,: and son. Jerry Christo above I" Qreyntone Park 28 H.\:
To hi. mefo.. II..rK"ant, he'II' a and corporation n__ 429,904.02DepoRlta August lIst 1944. in the : Tp 7 101.l flange 2!
I wh..r.lnplaintiff New Jersey: ; Bald p..
doulou of Starke. Another songt1tbony. of United Slate named Court and cause 'ale to be .
Listings on apartments hotwes 01 chow hound. To hU company Government Oncludlnir I week divorce. Bradford You are required to appear 'on ,or private aale. mad ,

i? homes for rent located wHhli 20 In believed to be livingIn clerk. he'. a nick book rider.' postal Having) _.-___ I 'ounty Telegraph shall publish* this. August 2Int., 1944.J In the' above Thla ,July. 19, Inn)
Greece. Fourteen grandchildrenalso of Htated and Order In next four weekly I tssue5 named Court and cause,, wherein '
mllee of Starke To his buck sergeant he'a a political. .ubdlvlHlonn 14I.20S.30 Witness my hand and l plaintiff seeks divorce. Bradford 7-21 ft S-I,1 J\Jltrur 1

: '_ 119 Ea t Call Street t survive him In this country., lousy recruit who'll never Other and deposits offleer/. ..(checks certified, 17th, at 1944.' /Starke: Florida. this 'JulyOFFICIAL +'-',-d.p n- ...... _,_._ _. .... ":.: .--

h: W. T. CLUTE: Realtor ''make a aolilter. To his. corp'.) ___...- _.' .._..___ 6,325.90 SEAL) A. J. THOMAS; --
TOTAL DEPOSITS $2.264BJt.Z.1 of said Court.
A Clerk
( Chaplain Group oral he' a target for hard la Other liabilities! j. 8.700.24 T.*Frank Lnndrum.. Starke, 'florlda.Atty. EVERY BRANCH OFJ
I WANTBI!: ) room unfurnishedhouite .
or' bor. To the company Intellectual for Pit. 7121-
t In Stnrke t b y. August 1. Inquire Me ets At Center TOTAL LIABILITIES (not
at Wonder Gift :.Ibu'). 4t ) *-the FFCs--bO's a meat including esubordinatednhligations l\ 51)1(1 IT (01 H'r. HItAUII'OItO |

z ; I. rotr WOULD' BUY OR If'Lr_ I TIe\ 'regular monthly meetingof b..I. ) i__,.:.:hitwn_-:.'.-.____below 12.270.331.49- ((,'0'5tt. "Y.STY FLOItlUAl 1M CHANJeffV. : -J' ,

L milk cow, Btook cow*. heef cut- the Starke Ministers and Camp BUT contlnuew the Bayonet, Ander..on. Plaintiff v*. Sarah :

1r9 , tie mock bull or IIOITM get In lo his girl bark home he's a CAPITAL a'COVFdT': Elizabeth Anderson, Defendant, n6ufrcincem. '
Jr. Blanding protestant. chaplains was I
toaob with J. I) Odnm Capital i. 25.000.09 Case No 3237.OitIF1t '
-- --- --- -----
Hax 147 warke., Ho" 2114 'Lnkn held-'ln the' Presbyterian' burch hero, and to his family, he'sthe Surplus .._.-_____. __ .__ 15.1100.00 OF PUBLICATION i ,

City. Telbptione" 4S 1 J..oIJ. l'lty. l4. All the ministers In whining example: !! of an Undivided profits ._____ 4524.81 ANNOTr'F. TO APPEAR I
on July
p 1-6-44
Reserves to Sarah
(and "lyllrenirntaccount STATB OF FLORIDA :
: , Starke and all the chaplains of American soldier, and ,ahoul for-vrefe r red Elizabeth Anderson. whose resl-

V FOIl HALK-fO a'r. farm: Live falthH At have his picture printed oftenerIn capital) ..__._.____ .. 3.775.65 deuce .Is 1300 Heyward, Columbia..
the are
stock. -oronvw All fenced.f Clondbiilhllnit protestant camp S ., sO utli ('arolina I C. WAL
*. Ilunnlna mring., Telephone the Camp newspaper! appear'elAugust .
Inyhedjand: urged to/be/ present at TOTAL CAPITAL A C You are required to .
,. 483. P. U. Uox.446 "Htarke.' meetings. COUNTS -__,.___.__._ 109.300.52 : 21 at, 1944. In the above I
_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _7II4-4IP_ \_ : named Court and cause. wh.r..lnplaintiff '
___ __ The speaker the day was DC. TOTAL L I AUL1T1F4' seeks !
__ BTTIATED: from pant lire nenrHtarke -. AND CAPITAL AC- Telegraph ahall PUbllah AgencyConstant
_ ',,. 4t' two ateer hranded Nil. Albert Klssllng of the Riverside Five Divisions COUNTS _.. ili.-___ 3.378.M2.01 this Order In, next four weekly ieMUCK. -
marked crop under half crop enrh r7 ,_
Church"In' '
Presbyterian Jackson I
_ _
) ear; red cow branded O. If. Ite- +Thl tank's witness official '
capital con- hand and
_ _
U ward fop Information. Blanding Trained my Service Over 501 Years:
/ R. ville. His subject was "The Mln- aim* of commen tock seal at Star e, Florida thla JulyOFFICIAL
_ _ _ 4;.. Stark.,, ,7114ttpSTRAY with '
litter and his private life.:' After total par value of 11th. 19H.
Now In Combat.
,1- COW branded 125,000.00 ( SEAL) A. J. THOMAS
.t my place the worship service conducted py '
f VAN' oiarkeit. MI'38OR'vD.t a* Clerk of Said Court. Please Phone 146Next
) under bit cropupper other Owner bit) may oneear. the Rev. Chas HI Allen the moirnIng The Blanding-lralned"79lh Division : Secured and preferred. T. Frank Lnndrum Starke Florida.
i.! have II'y' liJ..ntIyIn.J. It. Wain- I address and 'the business a4s., proud Inheritors of the Deposits llabllltlea. :* cured bypledged Atty. for Plf. 7-21-4t-8-UIN ---p_ __ ._:_________,__________- -__.
wrlffht, Htarke. 714-2tp|
) elon the meeting was adjourned"' : White Cross of Lorraine .Insignia assets pnruaat riHfl'IT C-Ol'RT. BRADfORO
4 : to requirement of law 473.989.36 COl'NTY. FI.ORIOAI 1M: CHANNeCllKMrC'ant -
,\ 1" (rlrrulntln( to,meet at the ;Presbyterian Eplu-l whlc the/! World WarI, preda- i

.. j I'hoiie Llk.' n.w.. $75 -".h.It copal: Churlh' Service7 Cenlleif cesnoTs received from the' French TOTAL -1.:; -_- 473889.38 \ Martin Plaintiff. 'YR.I C Y
(a) On date '
of the
Edward Martin Defendant.
I 1 ? fOlt HALfe)--mo) two door edan. where a delicious I luncli was"sefv4. nt cog-nltlon-of. .combat achieve required legal reserveairalnut Case Henry No. 8238.ORDEK I to Your Doctor

. t. J. A. Fla. lip ed.. Mrs, Slvlter the hostess [,of merits, Is1. now tback oo French. bank was depoeltof__i..i.-this 381,871.32 AND NOTICE OF PUBLICATION TO APPEAR ,

FOR HALK-80 acre farm. New the Center was responslbut'for! the oil In Normandy.The (b) Assets reported above STATS OF FLORIDA to: Henry CI, I '
bullillntc new fenre. :.1 J 1-2 ml. fine luncheon. 79th DIvision Is the third legal which were eligible a* Edward Martin, whose residence- 1'. ?
\ north of ) Htarke B nil. front Camp reserve amounted unknown: '
. '4' ,, tilandln 1-4 ml.: .,."t of Joe'a Camp BlandlngAralned unit reported to -----.-----,---.- :- 82.081.S.15.83 You are required to appear on
drill, Jax highway. Aaroil Hum- Wives Rise lit action In Normandy. the I. a. L. PeeJc Jr.. Cashier, of August 21t1944.. In the' .above .1
ner. T- -Sip 'Army .above-named hank do solemnly named Court and cause wherein 5. 'p
veterans ot swear that the above statement If
The First' Division1 plaintiff seeks divorce. Bradford
:. i* With Early Birds Tunisia and Sicily trained here true, and that It fully and correctly County Telegraph shall publish thli %_ '
represent the true. tate of Order In next four weekly Issues.
t. p I FOR SALE' For Hike To Lake early In ,J942, and the 29th under the several matters herein con.tsAnd Witness my hand and offtcln.:
and net forth to the
beat of
seal at Mtarker Florida this Jul
Leonard T.
Gen. Gerowv.nowa
MaJ. my knowledge h"ll.' I
4 17th 1944.
r : ? 6-ROOM \ Army Wives attending the g-' corps 'commander In Normandy; Correct- S. r.. PI EK. JR (OFFCIAr.'SI'AT.': ) 'A. J. THOMAS; a

,1 ular luncheon at the Attest:. as' Clerk of Said Court. -
CONCRETE: Thursday In the summer
DWKLLINO: was at Blanding R L. Peek Jr. T. Frank. Lnndrum. Stark, Florlda' -
PARTLY Walnut Street usa Club '\V. B. Howe 1 1
FURNISIIEi> of 942. Atty. for Plf. 7121-4t-8- ,
to In the P. A_ Hrlnson. I
TWO BLOCKS IFROSJ register werefthetl'ltt AReadt-

COURTHOIISIC ors Book which ,Is to be Sergeant .of camp landing- DlreNo : FLORIDA I\ CIt.t. Your

p AT 814 N. Ti.MPI.K:! AVE. Inside the front door of the Club Detachment who OF FLORIDA, VERY, Druggist Helps
.I Headquarters couNTy OF BRADFOItn "R: Norman A. Pushor, Plaintiff vi
for those who wish to regl tar arrived at. Camp, Blan4Ing with Sworn to and nb tTlbed before I Daphne Pusher --Defendant '
4 ; Price me thin 12th day of July 1944. and Cast r t : :
_$5.500.XQ) their names, home town' and 0.-. the 19th and wait." retained for the I hereby certify that I am not an I Most

11; R. ,J. DAVISA lege. A committee of wives Ia Station Complement' because of 'a officer or director of this bAnk. I ,
URAL) I A. J. THOMAS: Sentinels
_ ,' t't '( 'A 42S N. CHURCH Indexing the book according) to physical disability-? recalled today Clerk -Circuit Court County of to ProtectYr Healti

I STARKE FLA.f1 S\ states 110 that service people ztay that MaJ. Gen. I. T. Wyche. as Bradford, State/ol Florida., It of Health ,. ,
easily look up folks from t *elr: commander, paid partlc
divisional NOTIVR OK "PPI.IC\TIO'V FOil
_ .. :: homes. I attention to barge TAX DICflIlu.e Don't Neglect Them I I :
;; FOR" 8ALFJ' 1 pr. colt KprNiB* ulat" landing Your doc.tor prescribes! for your healtrC Your drug!
L (double-bed), I cotton ,"aUr..*... Flags of the various statea Intermingled exercises by the Division o NOTICB Rill No. INila: I Nature designed the kidney to domarvelou a fills that
k q4 if Mr. Alice Andemon HEREBY OIVKN.: that I *job. Their tlt. la to .keep the prescription. In his hands lie the efficacy
o-o pmuto'r1ftM -
? F flc-.. from g til 8 o'clock. with United St4tes Klngsley Lake at Blanding. LandIngs U A. Davl the holder of the fol flawing blood trem free of.aa MOM* of the and
120 remedy for that
_ N.
if Hags brightened up the luncheon ; made, a.' the 304th :Ergtneers lowing Tax Certificate ha. filed taste Impurities Tb.act of !living-Uft ; it's'of' the ub
___________ lilt Itn! wen said certificate for a tax deed tol iutlf I* constantly, producing waste importance" thati you selqctjyour' druggist with
table and each cjar In th be Issued i CI
WANTED TO ftiY-&inpr) girl's place executed: 'explosions thereon. The certificate I Better the remove from
4 !, hewing; machine. Write elertrlo Mm. was In the shape of hftr home state; water. .*' numb...*' and year of IBHU- I Iant' the blood If': la to endure CARPENTER'S reputation of Integrity, honesty
the description of property, I When the kidney* all to function M
_ .1 ., ; Lloyd. Herrln, CaUuhan.t 7-21 Fla. 4tP. Mrs. Ellen lash won the prU: Activated '.at ,.Camp Picket and the name In which It was aaeaed I Nature Intended there I i. retentloa ot skill has been won through';efficient i service in thisi
for naming all of the 48 state, ot Division tralne are aa follow: waste that my cause body-wid die important matter. We would
Foil June 15 1842 Certificate No.' I Isuance tre**. One my uffr aagaioc backsoh.4p.rsistsnt 'be very glad to 8d

_ hou ItALN-On..e ''irf-U.r.. It.J ft.roonie.factorY.bullt, j', win. the union In the shortest time at Camp:: Blanding f CM;:' 7 months 4u..t't.. 205.A. D.Tear 1941.of Description I*- I badclM. ...attack*odimlnew.( {. you too. A phone call to 64 will bring you prol

_ _ y dowaj Can be een at Trailer. and everyone participated In, an I then went to the Tennessee Maneuver of property: NWH of I getting under the up eye nigbt*-lew wlllDg.tired nervous pufflniM. all service at any time! 'loJ,
& l'ark.OIl'ICd. SHiVi;; of PK14 of ;.
( NH
1' U. Ho of Htarke. SW'ft of SRVi. I .
L_ .... ..> -.uM. lip oral quiz of puns on state abbrev. Area, the Desert Training Sea, 15, Twp II 8. H. 22 K., con tal". I worn out.Frequ.nt.. maty. or burning pawageaare f.: I
atlons. t Center In California and to Camp| in*; 30 acres, ; 1to leu:'*. ooatiroe further evidence ol kid 1 it
_ _ A4 LOST--O. i>, Fluhlna' tackle bo*. I Name In Heedr Un I bladder i .- 'rJ. ,
_ _ ft,. fully equipped a, HurnpMni) usa, pins for volunteer. serVl<;e Phillips. Kansas. for equipment. known. Sec::recognised : :ibocer tnatmeafc ,' .

_ _ _ ; July 11. HewHnl Mrs. Florence were presented to the following,: The Division baa since trained ov Certificate No. S60 Year'of. laauance . I I*a diuretic medicine to help the kidneyagt '
1k '4) Hohannon atMr- \ *. tleo. Inman* August 4, A. D. 1941. rid of caress poisonous body waste.Ue .
;, home on Jax .highway! 1 '.tp for 50( t>ol'r, of service In Jth erseas. ; Description property. Blk IS I .. PilU. They have: had mar* '

Club Mrs. Jack Muranot for liO: Sergeant Read 'a member o f Temples Addition I to Stark.. Sec. I than forty yean at public approval. Are CARPENTER'StTJie'RexallMrug
_ _ c Ft>ll HALM | 28.fwp.. 5
im 1 HAliK! One .opil H. R. 9J K. mdoned tbe country over. beat oa '
4, farm mulw for coeor hour. J. hours Mrs. F. E. Robin and pl. the.",904th Field rtlllejy In the Name In which assessed: Un, I Doea'a Sold tt sll drug Mare :

_ H. Prevail Hampton. 7121-1 tp Chubby Colello whose wife ac. 79th, recalled how speakers at the .known. 'j | Store
Certificate .
i'1- cepted the pin in his absence., Division's Activation Day cer- .uance.t Aiiju.NtM61.B 4, A. D.Year 1941.of I.*. I DOANS PILLS \ ( .

_ Lots !! -, 101 I. 12. 13. 14. 111'of C .
Women Worked monies stressed the heroism In J C ALL STREET
Tiff] "If as Men Blk STAR
' 1' '. r CHURCH OF GOD Doe 14 Temple1-Addition to I ,
a short comedy was presented by:, World War I, when only eight 'ot Sec. 25. Twp.. tB. R. 22 B.. tarice,1
.t, J. C. HARPER. raptorday the USO Drama group for. the the original, complement survivedthe

... guests at the'luncheon. The cut battles'of the HIndenburg
[ )
*hit lOiSO a. ..., Wed .
l line: The Insignia of, the 79th
) Included Mrs. H. W; Mahlig Mrs
_ _ i : 4,1IuI J II.FWICS 11 diO .. '_..' ..r
,, ... P. C. PrIcket' Mrs J. Oi the Whlte< Cross.)of Lorraine on
yi Kvuna-elliitle ........ OfJ. Sniltji. '
''J . m.' Sandari, Y...* Pewplm* and Mrs. A; J.- Casey. Mrs.. Eugene a bfue fled was, conferred on the Have a Coca-Cola =Viva!

_ :,'4 Endeavor a... Prayer "...1..* 1 Frederick was prompter, art<<' Division by the French for gallantry ,

tJ t for M,.'.1.1 .. farm each We..U Mrs. W.'A.- Stout was stage In four major' engagement (YEAH MAN! )

_ I ......iy ''at *Ji.H f. m. .. r Mrs.: C. .J. Carlg dlrectAc' In World War I. The Division _

_ IOVIORTIIOny.WF.I.C'O'tll1'. ': the play assisted by Mrs. C. y. was re-formed four times during _

*" Four: block* rant of II..o.rd Groan Club program assistant. action In Alsace Lorraine. and the

- it Depot or ",. lair Hlrret I Group singing, led by Mrs. p.) Argonne..-
The' (
a the fifth of nine
C.. \flrilllrA. r\t\t-itfhjk_- ,nrnvmm. ... ....!
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Blandlng-tralned, Divisions to enter .
Mrs.,0.' .F. Nunnery1! and Mi's

P. C. /rickett were In charge'o' combat others Including th
36th (Texas) Division
heroes of
1- I Willys the program 'and decorations, and '
Salerno and the 43rd (New Eng.
Mrs. R. F. Brandenburg Mrs. D.
land) Division In action In
C. McGuire,' Mrs. J, O. Smith and the
South H'
1, Mrs. R.- J., Luhn prepared\ and ,

dependablefoVerflon served the luncheon '
YOH keep nuyin
Mrs. W. A. Stout won the grand

prize .at the bingo party Thurs-
I day evening a telephone call

I'r home. .... .
.n":!>iOLUT.O'll .A.'IIO
A merry group of sftixers/ enjoyed ..a'1'I""n :

: Tvvck the first of our weekly community WHEREAS the 1943 >Leirllaturecaued \ Zea '
1. VFoia.i'g.v Car provlnlona to be made ,/ a..
sings on Friday evening at wherein a publle fleeting !I. to b> -,

,.. 9LigMTreoV.4eU 7 o'clock last week. lira. D., C. held .concernlna school budtret In I '
/ vM ,
any county In which the support
ft4 f McOuIre led and accompanied forth and maintenance budget or "an,. '4 J5.e'I 'h ,

; I ,ifiHci-rr ''roniT. HRAIIKOKII !, group. major Item therein" I* Increased -.- ;' :
'( ,. <'OI'!NTV,. VLOIIIUA. IN CHAN- more than the per cent over theiudet .-- ) S
('RY.' A "Keep Fit" Class for wives > for preceding year or

U :ct, RUby FramePlaintiff. ve. Chart was organized Friday fur 1(40-41 whichever In greater ,\ p. .
morning by .
( -
,1 W. Frame. Defendant Cae No. SS17. -
'-.4 / ORDEH- i'HBUOATlOX '\ Sara Reed: Several girls joined in tentatively proponed S_# -

I ., f AND NOTIOB TO APPKAIt the one-two-three-fours for a. half expendItures for the support an lmaintenance l%_ I' ". .
STATE OF.FLOHIOA to: Charles .budnet for the fiscal 5. '
., ,. W. Frame. whne. rldenae ')110 Fort hoUr or more. This clan will :year 1944-141 indicates an increase .
i Kan*.. Kentucky, rare of Rehablll teat of more than. 6 per cent over the
l 1 ; every Monday and Friday at expendItures for
? latum Center. Uarrack Number .1: tbe fiscal :year I .
iJ 8 ;I required toappear on &::30.( 1 9 4::1_I S 4 4. '
Au..tanh: : 1944. In the above I THEREFORE! BK' IT UEabLVEP:; wr.
&c ;, am..d Court and cause, wherein Twelve early-rWIng army wives hat a notice be published In the t -
plaintiff seek divorce. Bradford 7:30.: Wednesday morning HradCnrd Count Telegraph for tv.suceessIv .. '
t;. County Teletiraph" ahall publish this weeks, calling a public' fr 5."p ..-..
..', Mt % Order In next four. weekly Issue*. for a nature hlkej ()- Crosby Lake, meeting. for the purpose of explainnir .

,. Wltnee my hand and ofOclal under the able guidance of Mrs. the prepoe Increase In exlemlllureH. _
t tj1 'seal at Htarke. "'Iorld:..' this July. .. on Monday, August 7, '
.. J'tn. 1944n C/V. Gross, who pointed; out various 944... at 10:00: A. M. 'St

: OFFICIAL SEAL) A. 'J. Thomas., flora along the way,.'Break Ul-St-7U8 . .or being the good neighbor in Brazil
Aa Clerk .
2t" ', ,4 said Court. II
I H. O. Brown. Lake flutter, Florida. fast was prepared In the open by

1 Ally, for Plf. 7-14.4t.lli4 Sara Reed-- and everyone had such \ Your American's good-natured itmtatioa Havt a "Co" is >
a _
a good .time 1n spite of the hot STARKE.TRANSFER'. :goodneighbor'policy ,

I_. sun. that plans are well under in three short words. It marks that brand of friendliness
way which
; 1 I our _____________
tr .III LL IJLIL for an aJl day. outing. next. Wed righting men carry with them
S'1'BOU'r everywhere
4re. ( :.. among our Alli In
s. .
ENTATE nesday. --- mapy lands i /
t Greateeit a4y.fli..e of _.._ frofn Alaska pS,
Newcomers to the" Wives'Council to South Africa Coca-Cola is
-- try prorertr. .... m.*. .ycr Army Local And spreading the custom of tit J
f J ,, fSJOOO e ff ......._Farina_ which. plans club activities \ that r/rA4-that psis _ -I

. j "' ---. Bayer fi-nm all.... tke.WerU. are Mrs. J. O. Smith and Long Distance refreshing moment devoted to just being Criendt;. Enjoy i.
d ' k rreei open .."...
Mrs. W. M. Hooten.I at home-too with frosty Coca-Cola. from
;; A.STROUT REALTTTAGENCY your own refrigerator.
I The Club Is situated at 201 Hauling
( (w.awrlorsoput3t
Represented' I North Walnut !!Street and Is operated I 6lUIO UNOfl .bb
the National ( COCA-COIA COMPANY IV ,7 I Vto'sr.clulre Mendly
1 1 by Board of
i Locally by
/ why '
it the Young Women's STARKE COCA-COLA That's
} I Christian
) ;. F. C. Phone 179 BOTTLING CaPAOE '
1'r1 Association. _
8. Walnut St. >|
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