Group 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: December 1, 1944
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subject: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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.cribes; A Bedside Spigot That Spouts Sweet BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGPR



ne. . Shaves Luxuriously In Cocoanut Milk . .

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Netherlands East Indies I Official County Publication Established In 1877VOLUSIK

L E. Wall, fellow I r
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private for the SIXTY-SKVEN 8TAKKE. FLOIUDA..IUDAY, DECRMiIElt 1M4 NUMBER SIX
Vite, the other day f qAlr' --
we've been over-


i time and although since it Infantry appears I knew In he favor has he was re-of Early Sales Lag In Sixth War Loan Drive Here; ')


Sons of the Field ArtilleryShe .


,quarters Company transferred 124th Battery Infantry from,. 149th Antl-, to Total $60,962.50Less Than 1-4 Of Quota


Artillery Battalion (add I

31, coO PM, SF, Cal., and Chairman Urges All Volunteer

have of the September.his battalion new address headquart-He )la the Ia. Green In Norfolk For City Local Sets Fares Taxis Tax Collections Workers To Greater EffortIn

, In Next Two Weeks
A. E.
\ personnel section.added a trim, Following reports of overcharges Break RecordWith t,
has
well, and For
i Navy DutyAt In some instances by tax i
unllned little half-and-half 't a drivers in Starka, the City In spite of greater promotion than in previous drives t

Cache to his upper lip that ell has set the following Oouo-I sales in the Sixth War Loan campaign in Bradford Countyare

d I tickle any girl. his home here Tuesday rates within the city limits: the passing of November running: far buhjnd what they should be at this stageof

We soldiers voted up ann night, R. A (Lex) Green, who within tin and the four percent discount allowed the game Chairman Junius M. Smith announced yes
the -
Anywhere City
over here before the has served this district as its both on city and state and terday.
,j and It gives you a In Congress for the Us from one point to another county taxes City Tax Collector
,
tl.n representative
( Compiling figures from the local bank and postoffice,
with two
point, one person, pieces
all toMW Carl Johns and Tax Col-
over County
feeling 24 stated that he
.mocratlc ,
past years Chairman Smith announced that total sales through Wednesday
. of luggage not more than 23c.
C.
the right of secretillot > lector: A. Knight reported yesterday -
that would leave Starke Wednesday
1 III NOT one of they afternoon for Norfolk, Va., to Additional luggage, over two that they had been "toe were only $60,962.50 less than 24 percent ofBradford's

liberties a soldier fortS assume his duties. a Ueutenantcommander pieces, each* 5c. busy writing receipts" to compile $259,000 quota. The drive ends December 16.

i when he enters the serAnxlous -. In the U. S. Navy. The resolution passed by the any figures) showing the total Highlight of the week was the War Bond Premiere held

'to avoid crltl- The announcement of Green's Council stated that these rates collections during the month at the Park Theatre Tuesday night Preceding the showing

.1 or charges of partiality. resignation as a member of Congress shall be posted in a donspicuoui Just closed. of "Casanova Brown", the 183rd Infantry Band from

Army requires that ev- T. Sgt. A. Anderson, Jr. was made Monday. He was place In each taxicab and thai Collector Knight described November Camp Standing gave an open air concert in front of the

soMler be given an oprtunlty dean of the Florida delegation in any taxicab or taxicab company payments "very heavy" theatre. Judge A. Z. Adkms spoke' briefly on the subjectof
. Ills Pictured above at his trusty such law shall be fined and Collector Johns said! the city,
to vote. re- violating
Congress and was chairman of buying more Bonds and Itobt. G. Green a veteran of
typewriter! III Technical Sergeant collections "the best ever".
of Ida the and license for were
Secretary Mayor
the by
to described of his the
t the important Territories Commit Guadalcanal some experiences in Southwest
A.V.. Anderson, Jr..
shall be revoked. Although the maximum discount
and trans- such taxicab
te i for a ballot, tee. He did not seek renomination Pacific. Nat Sternberg served as master of cere-
former member of the Trie-
four Is allowed In
percent,
jon of the ballot to the to Congress last spring, but "Any person who shall be monies. face value of bonds were"sold
dler and back to election graph's staff (now loaned out Governor of charged more than the rates November, late taxpayers may; Nearly $10,000 ( ) ,,
candidate for
jdclab Is by free air mall to Uncle Sam) whose Inimi- was Florida.a herein affixed shall report same still take advantage of the three in the lobby. ... ___ '-_,_"_ ? _L_'_
table articles on the life and discount allowed during hate 10 be peIlSlmUIlIC0&.11"! ; -
percent ;
over all oth- the license number -
,
priority Mayor giving
ha to
t
jat times of the O. I. In NEI "Since my term of office was December. Two percent Is allowed Smith stated yesterday, "but
of-
except important of such taxicab, and same
| mall about finished and I did not want we roll our sleeves and
appear weekly In the Tele In January and one per up
frome
sir mall. If bole shall be handled according to
al graph. For Interesting highlights to be idle I offered my services cent In February.Tax to work, It looks as If Brad
stated.
the States approving law the Council
of Federal Bal- and sidelight (stuff to the Navy," the eJc-Congress- > books close on April 1 and County will fall to reach Its
the
j use of you won't find In the official man stated. "I do not know delinquent property is advertisedfor for the first time. This

; (Florida U If one the) soldiern't he la Army (communiques) read what my duties will be or where New Auto sale after that date. be particularly bad news for
jtcn ballot. Tags
a want to. vote he Sgt. Anderson's col I umn In I will be stationed," continued.. men overseas right here

thin paper each week. Green was completing his term School the holiday season when we
Nursery
wn't have to. CronFlorida be ,doing everything pos
as Congressman-at-large
ir area is coolly located on them. And this In where, the which office was abolished On Sale TodayNew Being EnlargedFor to cheer them up and give
beach of this NEI Island spirits a lift. I can't be I
Innovation, "Invented" by with the forming of the new 40 ChildrenThe :
I a grove of cocoanut palms. Private James Scott of- Tampa Fifth Congressional District. He i for our people will!! let that hap I
tall, graceful trees are unl- automobile license tags but It certainly doesn't look
comes In. was undefeated in any politicalrace Church Nursery School here
In size and are planted In for 1943 are on sale at the court right now".
i Scott, with a long slender stick, until he bowed to Governor- announced this week plans for en was
for miles. Much of the house office of Tax Collector C,. chairman has concentrated
rows broke out the thin partitions\ that elect Millard Caldwell in the May; rolling 13: additional pupils. Due
tatlon belongs to the ColPalmolivePeet A. Knight starting today (Fri efforts on the organization of
seal each bamboo joint Into an primaries. He began his Legislative to lack of space the original en .
Company, and day). The sale will continue I ( colored community of Reno), !
individual compartment, exceptfor career In 1913'as a memberIn rollment was limitedto 25 child ,
this is where the palmn through January 13. week and atated that a rally
aps the bottom partition. This the Florida House of Represen ren. However, another room la Mrs ; j
bar of Palmolive Soapre has be held at the Reno Theatre
the The new tag yellow numerals -
made the interior of the bamboo tatives. being added to the Rectory and t
from (The i night, Dec. 7. A stage
black
using came on a background.
pole Into a receptacle of several the staff has been Increased to I ; .
be billedthis will be presented by negro
will
properly
pany A wooden plugfita take care of this new'enrollment., I
emails! capacity, Schedule ChangesAt ; from Camp Blandlng. A.
advertising) of' the bambooto Harvest Queen Mrs Lillian who has had
into the top Boyce ; ..
Instructor In the Reno
ow that most of the fighting keep out trash and bugs, whilea Walnut St. USO Named At USO seven years' experience. in Nursery has, been appointed to , I

ver, military courtesy is in small hole at the base stoppered Are Announced School work at the Trinity both ; the chairman Of the .

again. We salute the brass, with a peg, serves the. purpose The,Thanksgiving' dance at the Episcopal I Nursery School In ,Wilmington In aa that area. "

it "&r'!,,..ancS..8. < "r8..It..JIy.j- ''as a tap. Mrs,'' R. N. Christensen chairman USO on Teme and"Washingtonwas Delaware,' is In charge Future Farmet.'America.-..- ''''1..1.I
'
ank. I It's, fine' for holdingdrinkIng of the army wives' council of a gayand colorful affair, of the school. Mrs, A. W.- An \ the direction of V. R. Fer- i I

ell, the Joes over in our Ord- water, but Scott went the Walnut Street USO announces. Fall flowers, fruit and turkey; derson prepares all meals.! Mrs. day : are perfecting their' plans I \

re Company have the doubt- even further: by adding! currents a complete change in the weekly, cut-outs 'were used aa decorations Glen Duke and Mra. Alv/i" Kll- a. War Hond auction to be \

honor of devising our, latest sugar and water he schedule of activities at the Club. ( while Pilgrim boys and gore, with the help of two volunteers with \ In the business district about

Let's start at the begin- brewed In only a week's time The building will be closed as a girls, drawn on small cards, were complete the staff. Rev. middle of December. Boys \

u sweet, palatable wine. The USO all day Wednesday, and the given as favors and Introduction Dr. I. R. Abrams of the Clay- B. Ferguson's vocational class I

|Bamboo& Is raised in com- fad has spread and now It's new schedule for main events U cards for the junior hostesses and Bradford Health Clinic Is present II. 8. have also completed.
Vrclal quantities on this nothing to visit another GI, as follows: soldiers present. at the school once a week and dish "thermometer" which will I

fitnot; small stuff like that sit on his bed, and enjoy the Army Wives Luncheon Tues : The big event of the eveningwas at that time checks the childrenfor burn along Call Street and n\ yi

and Starke, but huge hospitality of his bed+lead day, 12:30.: the election of a Thanksgiving signs of colds or contagiousdiseases. ney etc."i will be used to Indicate the

mhoo as thick as eight wine. Newcomers' Coke Hour-Tues Harvest Queen and Maids byG. He has offered free of sales. In the drive. I, I

Khes! and up to 70 feet long. The Ingenuity of the overseas day, 2:00.: I. vote. Elected as Queen, all Inoculations and shots desiredby tery Smith yesterday Is- \

"'"' close to' each of the American soldier is endless. Why, Army Wives' Council Meeting I Lorene Moncrief of 'Ralford selected the parents. In making this a. statement, giving two sug
isle her King, Pvt. Tony offer Dr Abrams stressed the for that EXTRA BOND
r corners of our cots weto when we first Invaded this Thursday, 10:30.: as
i an upright bamboo sevI there wasn't enough water to Military Mrs. Club Thursday Lander of Company B, 219 Bn. Importance of pre-school children are asked to buy: .,. t
.
I Joints long to act as sup- drink for a while, much less 1:00.Bowling: t Maids were Pat Hardee, Evelyn having these shots before they Buy a $100 Bond In honor '

ting beam for an oblong enough water for shaving. So Friday, 3:00.: I Hall, Lila Rae Caldwell and Mel are exposed to public school' con Set that boy or girl In the ser- ,

ell above the cot. The mos- we shaved in cocoanut juice; water Couple Dance Sat u rday,, I verna Thornton. After the crownIng ditions, not AFTER. Notify me when you have '
five '
The school days
of Queen'by Keene operates so and I will write person- "
10 nets are attached nn- and lotion all in one! The the Patsy
|" the shelves, while perflal late Anna Held, with her famous 9:00.Movie: Sunday, 2:30.: GSO president, the King and a week, Monday through, Friday. city and tell them that this has
nothing on us! Queen led the Grand March. From 9 a. m. until three p. m. A i It done, and by whom. -.4{
equipment atop had 6:00.
milk baths
goes ; Supper Club Sunday, Senior hostesses assisting .In substantial meal In served at After you have remembered 1
with the schedule, I
new
Along 12:30 and all children are placed
:
preparations for the Dance and kiddies at Christmas, make a
Mrs. W. L. Bateman, director, announces
Recent Births In serving during the eveningwere on small folding cots and required : of the friends with whom you
torcycle Accident hour will be
that opening either rest.I'hey t
Mrs. Junius Smith. Mrs. to sleep or exchange gifts. Take the ,

Cue Geiger suffered a very SHIRLEY ANN WASDIN 10 o'clock on weekdays and 1:30 Lex Green Mrs..L. H. Jennings,, are given fruit Juices and you were going' to I spend \

Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Wasdin on Sundays, and that closinghour Mrs. V. L. Sturgill, Mrs J. P.. cookies: at 10 o'clock In the morning these gifts and buy a bond.
iful accident Tuesday evening has been changed to 10:00: everyday and after their Playis ,
napa. send them
announce the birth of a daughteron Hlgglnbotham, Mrs. B. Pearce, ( of a gift, a
oat week when he ran Into a except Saturday, when the supervised at all times. Chll- what have
Nov. 23, in the State Farm will continue until Mrst W. G. Stringfellow and Mrs. ed): showing you
p of cows on the Jackson- Hospital. The baby has been couple: dance : Titus Olsen, who cooked the tur ren are enrolled between the agesof ,
will be
11 o'clock. Dally lunches two and six, and If a childis you awake Christmas "'
i highway, between the farm- named Shirley Ann. keys.:
at 12:30 instead of 12:00.:
market limits. served : taught at that age to got along In your comfortable t f
and the city MARILYN ELAINE HERNWALL Crafts will continue daily at with others, that alone proves surrounded by the loved

*was riding a motorcycle and and Mrs. C. -E. Hernwall 2 1 p. m. under the able guidanceof TabernacleA of invaluable help to that child !in you are lucky enough' to
on the his Mr.
'. way to pick up the arrival of a baby Mrs. Tom Genova, and knitting later life. This fact has been Just give a thought to the '
who had Just returned fromg anounce beautiful and uplifting song
Elaine at the classes: Instructed by Mrs. Bruce established by nursery school authorities over there In fox holes or f fi
g her brother In the Ral- daughter Marilyn Hospital, Gainesville Saunders, will be held in connection service, Interspersed with testimonies ( throughout the country. on In mud and rain (they ;
Hospltal. His' face was Alachua County held Sunday night i
remains was
with crafts. Bingo Fees effective December 1st that ; have time to think of :
1y! badly cut and a shoulder November 18. scheduled on Thursday at 8:30: at the Tabernacle. An orchestraof will be $100 per day 3.00 per I ) and be able. to say, I

ned. After a preliminary Mr. and Mrs. William R. evening crafts on Friday at 8:00: I seven pieces1 supported song week or $19.00 per month. Most bought every Bond I '

nation here he was taken Brown Starke, daughter born and the music listening hour on lervice. Solos-Instrumental, vocal parents take advantage of the : ". /
tie State Farm Hospital where and duets, were heard. Brief :
Nov. 22. Sunday at 830.: monthly basis if they are to be )

remained until Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Carl ,Broughton, The crafts program at the Club messages were brought by assistant In Starke for any length of time.If ular and Mrs. 0. C. Barksdale .
trays, boxes, I Chaplain John Becker, of Mr. I. ,
born Nov! 23. Includes painting you are interested In enrolling ing as a weekend guest.
rat Reka Wltkovskl of Chat- Graham son Williams candle holders, and other wooden Camp' Bland Ing, and George F. children In school take them to saw '. brother, J. M. Barks-

'. Ontario, spent several days Mr. and Mrs. Thomas born Nov. 23. objects; block printing Christmas 'ribbitts of Keystone Heights. the rear of the Episcopal Rectoryor' lal, i of Dunnellon. I It Iti

week with her sister-in-law. Brooker. daughter Phllman. cards, making felt bed slippers There was a good attendance and contact Mrs. Junius Smith, i, ..
1 l E.!: 3. Matthews. She was :Mr. and Mrs. Russell and other articles;; crepe paper a spiritual feast WM enjoyed.: phone'' 140J or Mrs. Edwards ,\

mute to Hollywood Fla.. daughter born Nov. 24. parses, and crafts trip lanyards, Thanksgiving Service was held Burns, Phone 28. Remember the C I Ij

re she will spend the winter Mr. and Mrs. Robert J. Jones, belts, bracelets, and lapel pins. .it 11 o'clock Thursday morning. enrollment must be limited to 40 j
relatives. Brooker, daughter born Nov. 23. A devotional study group Is beIng The' auditorium was made attractive pupils. Make your arrangements

Mr. and Mrs. Charles Blalock. organized under the leader by beautiful baskets of at once. HEALTH NOTES ,

Lawtey.daughter born Nov. 26. ship of Mrs. Lawrence Thllklng, fruit flowers and vegetables arranged J

tmas Gifts Mr.; and Mrs. Audrey Howard and will meet for the first time around a large cornucopias Bible SchoolThe Are you mI,sing an opportunity? Do you
born Nov. 26. Friday, December 1 at 10:30 a central piece on the table Health Department? ;
Starke, son on make full use of your County ;M t
ked For Men Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Hersey for worship and discussion on the before the pulpit. These were attendance this week at the

son born Nov. 28 real meaning of Christmas Drought as offerings, and carriedto Bible School held each Tuesday In Of course you all know Dr. Abrams, the director : "i
Theressa
Camp Hospital the sick and needy during the the Methodist Church Building waa but the Public Health Field Nurse Mrs. ;

xn! MeetThe Burrell Buys ternoon. 54. F I 0 rence Brown won the Eva J. Haroutunian would like to meet you in ;
K. O. Duncan chair- UDC To The children and others rendered contest. The children .

'5 f the local Camp and Cy 'N Al's Place special music aa a background memory are verse continuing their study each community. j

ltal Committee, Is again W. T. Weeks Chapter af-, for the Thanksgiving message of Genesis. There are four volunteer Monday-Lawtey, Heilbronn Springs :
announced
Wednesday transfers as ofthe
realty the
meet Recent brought by Sponsor
Inl an urgent appeal for U.D.C. will workers and all children are I'WednesdayPleasant I
Ion of ladles of the ternoon Dec. 5, at four o'clock L., by F. C. Hollingsworth work. welcome. Classes are held at 3 Tuesday-Starke
Mrs. Eugene the E. A. Strout Realty AgencyInclude
of of
'
home
unity |In donating'and at the o'clock.
Church and the. Bob Demorest farm Grove, Rising, ",
corner
Mrs. Davis
ping 100 holiday gifts for Matthews Buys
Mre. of
S. Campanella
Hostesses: Graham to
IIVIII near New River
st. i
irent !soldiers at the Eighth
Mid- PresbyterianThe
and Miss Madge New York City. Mr. Campanella Clark: Property
ni'handing? Regional Hos- Matthews plans to develop the place ex- Thursday-Clinic on Church St.. Starke ; r
dleton. tensively.The The house and lot owned by speaker at the Presbyterian

Duncan stated that the Joe Peele farm 4 mile lira.. Luclna M. Clark at the corer Church Sunday morning at 11 o'- Friday-Hampton, Brooker :{

fA Should not cost more Evelyn Lecln SYard arrived' West of Lawtey was sold to LeRoy of Church and Nona Streets, clock will be the Rev. E. VanDyke
D. D. of Princeton Saturday (A. M.)-Clinic at Starke
round $1 and should be Philadelphia a Hines of Jacksonville. vas recently purchased by Mrs Wight "

I before being donated. Thursday morning to spend Mr and Tom Burrell recently boughtCy Bessie Davis, proprietor of the N. J. His father was formerly -Eva J. Haroutunian.tnderson .

fOlIe who wishes additional leave with her parents, )In 'N Al's place and. Is running Wonder( Gift Shop. pastor In Green Cove Springs. nth

["notion may telephone Mra. I. Lecln. She has been It in addition to' his fish marketon ),(rs. Davis and family have Everyone la cordially Invited to 'f

Duncan at 85. service since June of this year Call St. been occupying the house for *,everal attend all services. ,

and Is specializing In photagraphY. weeks.
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. TWO BKAPFOItO COUNTY TELEGRAPH STARKB. FLORIDA __ -\',hEg E RI

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r . . The services at Pine Level --
I(Church have been well attended.The --
THE BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPHEstablished I
Th featured speaker Is our missionary
from China, Dr. Fred S,
1877E. fly \ Donnelson.Mrs. .
L. Matthews ___________ Editor and Owner . . of Lake
Susie Myrick u
c Geneva Is spending a few days
Mrs. H. D.
Published Weekly on Fridays and Entered _- Second ClaM Matterat Sucech of with Mrs. H. M. McRae and fam
the Pout Office at Starke, Florida.
Miss Ida : ily.Mr.
noon. I and Mrs. R V. Alvarez r

Leader Sees South THE SOUTH must visAs Pfc. James and son, James, have moved Into ; ,
Great Potential ualize itself as a vast, undeveloped day for his their new home at Starke. p
"empire of Texas, after Rev. W. E. Hall and Dr. Don- iTt ;
of Business of' Mr
Empire nelson were dinner -gnests
to
business" if it hopes furlough
mother. and Mrs. L L. Conner Mondayand
build a great postwar
Roscoe Arant, regional consultant of the Mrs. A. L. Tuesday.
economy, says
Mrs. E.! C. Lewis Is spending
United States Department of Commerce.In last ping week.in a few days at Plant City with
an address prepared for delivery at a conferenceof her son-in-law and daughter, :Mr.
the Southeastern Electric Exchange, Arantdeclared Mra. and Mrs. Woodrow Thomas
"the time has gone when any utility, any bank, any I turned home

railroad, or any chamber of commerce can maintaina spending a ft
does not C. W. iv! rinrriT roi HT lilt I>FOIIICOUHTV. )
attitude if
industry
don't give a hang an of FI.OUIDtl IV CIM\-
locate on its lines-or in its territory." (''' II Y.Estella .
ents, Mr. and ; B. Howard, Plaintiff vs.
"Failure td work to a common purpose," he added, ham, Sunday. Walter I.. Howard, Defendant !
"is to reduce the stockpile from whichwe Case No. 3409. AKE YOWL SELECTIONS
one sure way Mrs. ORDER OF1 PfBMCATION COME .W NOW
must all share. But unity of action toward a greater iting in AND NOTICE TO AI'I'EAIt t IN .

and more prosperous South is the certain road to Mrs. W. C. .STATE Howard] OF whose FLORIDA residence to: WalterL. In 820

greater and better business for all." ing her Nanle Avenue. New York, N. Y.
You are required to appear on
The South, Arant asserted, has "everything it takes"to cently. Mrs December llth, 1944 In the above A Sure)-Fire GiftBlde'EID f
build an empire, if it will discover its "unrealized Mrs. Jimmie plaintiff named Court seeks and divorce Cause, Bradford wherein et

possibilities x x x and get behind them." Little County Telegraph shall publish this
Order In next four weekly IHBUPS.
en a
Bradford County will "miss the boat" if it does not Witness my hand and, official I

now begin to do some effective post-war planning. Mrs.Saturday J. C. : : seal at 4th Starke 1044 Florida this November TRUCK

friends (OFFICIAL SPJALJ A. :J. Thomas,
-------- ------ As Cleric of Bald Couurt
gifts .were William D. Morgan, Jacksonville, 5.95
Prompt Service Careful Drivers Mis. Florida, Atty for Pit. ll10-4t-12l| |

taining were iv! cinrviT cot ii r. nit iDFnitn CHEST::: of GAMES:
berry and COUNTY. PI.OIIID.tl IN CIIAfKHV. \-
STARKE TAXI SERVICEand 98e
. . Paula McMaken. Plaintiff VS Oliver .
McMaken, ,Defendant Case No. Specially designed for easy steering. (Strong and sturdy. Imagine! nfty-two PON

Pine 8417.DRDER'01". PUBLICATION Bright red.25-lncn length. all Included are thrmtngi! Many art new..,
AND NOTICE] TO APPEAR
69'I STATE OF FLORIDA to: Oliver
MACK'S TAXI SERVICEPhone By Mrs McMaken Is
whose. residence unknown -
. . : It' Tricky ft'ifol,
You are required to appear on Jew.by-Making Set ,
150 Several December 11th, 1944 .In the above MAGIC ,
named Court and cause, wherein
ity attended plaintiff seeks divorce. Bradford
Day 0 Night Rigdon of County Telegraph shall publish thl.Or.r , SLATE
In next four weekly IBKUIS.
died at his : Witness my hand and official DUe
- seal at Starke, Florida this November -
Sth. IS44
a
( -
0I (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. :T. Thomas,
As Clerk of said Court.
3. S. Harrison, Jacksonville. Flor- C
ida, Atty. for Plf ll10-4t-12l| STRING Dorse on Wheels ) ?,}

IM rinrriT (COI'nT nn.hFORO CRAFT; _;; ;; .9Ue 2.98
COI'NTY FLO It 11>.11 IM CHAN' Just lift tt sleet
I CKIIV.Emogene. Makes rings, bracelets. :Lively blue color. Big and yonr lane Pd
O. Bartchy, Plaintiff vs. necklaces, all of beautiful .enough to ride. Easy rolling pears! Daily' ad4roadap.=,
Esther P. Bartchy, Defendant, Case glass beads in many: sizes fiveInchwheels.. Mickey Mouse ant>tail> *
THE NEW LOCATION OF THE NiT: ORDER 3414 OF PUBLICATION shapes and colon I Deck

AND NdTlCB TO APPEAH
STATE OF FLORIDA to: Esther
F. Bartchy whoRe residence la 484
STARKE TIRE Wayne Street, Heaver, Pennsylvania For Their Very Own I
: Locks Lie the/ Real OnesH /
You are required to appear onDecember Rockln9 Chair;
-AT- llth '1944. In the above "slat
named Court and cause, wherein
plaintiff neeki divorce. Bradford 8.9:;
County Telegraph Khali publish this fiM
J. P. ROBERTS GARAGE BLDG. 600 Order In next four weekly h..uee.l \ .
Witness my hand and official
seal at Starke, Florida, this November :fir
LET US RECAP YOUR COMPLETE SET Rth 1944.
(OFFICIAL SIiA W A. J. ThomasAs i
Clerk of said CouurlT. <; s -' _l ll.I.I
-PLENTY STORAGE ROOM
Frank Landrum, Stark, Florida
." Atty. for Plf ll10-4t-12-l| GENERAL GIIACT Cliall.

TANK 1.19 Stale Set 1.9
RECAPPING & VULCANIZING Beware Coughs I feu
"' Has three guns and a Rich red simulated leather. Has chalks, slats
Four concealed Very well constructed. For eraser, crayons, Self t ;
ALL SIZES TIRES & TUBES from common colds gunner.wheels. Ten-Inch length. ages 2 to 8. etc, etc

24 HOUR SERVICEBest That Hang On


Materials Used Work Creomulslon it goes right relieves to the promptly seat of because the- For Age Two to Four Everybody Con Join Ill
trouble to help loosen and expel
., ., ,, ,, germ laden phlegm, and aid natureto
soothe and heal raw tender Inflamed -
bronchial mucous mem- L:' J;

STARKE TIRE branes.bottle Tell of Creomulsion your you must druggist like with to the the sell way understanding youa It i 1Ar't.0r r

quickly allays the cough or you are

600 Temple Ave. Starke, Fla. Phone to GREOMULSION have your money back. ea> iu"'f...


for Coughs.Chest Colds,Bronchitis

Hobby Horse; Treasure Hunt BINGOHas Sit


1.98 r set action rnles.98c Xt> hundred eighty coullur card& 4to.r..|
easy
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UNE.HtINURED b- Firestone

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MA. AND MRS fa.us.PAr. CHAMPION
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Quality Tirel

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New Improved" Saffl-Lock
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previously used I ,

Heavier C..JoalllfJ10%,
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It I WAR SAVING ....I.N....INI... cord plies 0L

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., With Victory comin our way let's make up our fighting men by keeping in thereit iJ? BONDS IN THE SIXTH WAR I


swift and sure. Instead of letting up, pitching till the thing is cinched.'Victory

J. P. MOTOR
now, above all, is the time to give outtakes something extra to win. Make it ROBERTS


with extra dollars, extra effort. Let's back an Extra War Bond..Today. . Now
DODGE & PLYMOUTH

STARKE COCA-COLA BOTTLING CO. 1Rf
600 TEMPLE AVE.ttOE ST


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1. 1944 BRADFORD COUNTY TKLEGRAFII. STARKE. FLORIDA PAGE THREELET'S


'. LOST MOTIONThe !

V 1Y r War Boruln you buy fill the
hre I li Ks land, pea and sky
& s li +
With the! arm for our combatant


, iPvi1I (? $ t. TbeVar forces. Bonds ;you hold are
# t more precious than goldIn

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the pool of the nation's resources
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But the bonds that you cash
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without waiting to think

it Waste time, money labor and
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rice. Moor, whose ri>nldi>Mof In !IOU(
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Houth. 6th Ktrcel. Lnul""III., Kin.Lucky

You are. required to
appear on
nopember ISIIi 11144, In th.Lb..."..
named Comt ami "RII"". wherein
plulntirf seeks dlvoi--i. llriuiroiil
County Tt-h-itrnph! H h" I 11 I publish
this Order III next tout weekly
Issues,
\NltnrHH my hand. nntl fflclnl
''f>nl nt slai'ke, Klorl.lii, thin November -
Uth. 1141.
(OKKHMAI, 8KA1.) A. J. ThonmnAn
<"li-rk i>f Rind Court.
'1'. Frnnk TJI,mil inn, ItRrk"J: ( Florida
",'. Ally for l-lf. ll-IT 4t 12IN : .

rillllir <'III IIT. tDKOIIII
41i1'FIOIII. P\I IV ('114._
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lIltlll.n nil' 1''IH.U'ATTON''
ANn NOTICE TO AllKAItIioiilH
llrlfvnboln I'lnlnllff 1 I vn.7'iira .
llelfrnlicln. r>"f iilaiit. Ca..a
No. 840(1.MTATK.
OP TLOHIDA lot[ ZaraIeltsnbsln
} whose residence, \ I. U57
high tsirxet Nownrk New Jersey:
Vail are required to appear onDec..mb.r
llth 1044. In the above
nAtned Court and rniiMe, wherein

Order plaintiff In Tplmraph,,mirka let four illvnrre.shall weekly. publlNh IIra.lt..rdeOIl"ty Ilium.Wltnofiii thin. .

FINISH IT Remember Pearl Harbor! | at Ptarko.my hand Florida and thin offlolulMVH Nov-

0 (:; 'i.Jtli.AL. ) A. J. Tho......,
An Clerk. of said Court
E' K. Ferryman, Htnrk, Florida,
DECEMBER 7, 1911 At,. for IMf._ Il104tl2liv | |

(itK-MT; ("OI'IIT. III1A..OII.

Buy An Extra War Bond! fKIIV.Pliant t'ol"V'I'V.: H.. Tliomiiii turner Pl.OMIIIAl,Harper Plaintiff.,: Oefentl-IIAN-vn.ItlnnrhA -.

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OF rt'ni.irATIOV
ANI) lTKMa( TO AI'I'KAH
Thomas STATE Harper OP' FLORIDA whim. r to...:lil Hlanch..nre .In
DIN Klmwuoil: Avenue lladnden. ,
Alabama

AKE UP BRADFORD COUNTY The 6th# WAR LOAN DRIVE IS ON. pin Dot-ember You lntlft are Court..11th...k.requlreil,and 1IM4 dlvcirre.. cause, to In appear the, 1'rndtordCounty wherein nhovnnmeil on.

TeluKniph shall publlHh thisOrulsr
In next four weekly IxHuen.Wltnenn .

R IS WHAT ARE YOU DOING TO HELP OUT? neat at 7th.Hturkx inv 1914. Florida hand .end, thin offlrlal Nuvpmlier .
$259,000
QUOTA OFFICIAL An 114 1'1 t lerk A T.) A.i>t J.until Thnmnd Court. ,
T. Frnnk I.iinilruni' I Btnrke, Florida
as r All). for IMf. lltO4t12liv |
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MEMBER the gaping holds of ships sunk without warning at :': ;:;:;:;:;:;:;:::::::;:::;:::;:::; :;:::::;:;:;:; :;:;:;:::;:;:;:;:;:;:::;:;:;:;:;:;:;:;:;:;:;:;:;:;:;:;: ;:;:;:;:;:;:;:;:;:::;:;:;:;:;: ruifi IT roiiir. IIIIA..rOIlU.
R i COra'1'Y.' n,<>tiii>.Ai iv (...A\I-:
Pearl Harbor? Remember, too, the men killed during the infamous I! Itotrlnalil CIOIIV. l\r, Tmther, Plnlntlff, vn.Amellit .

sneak attack? This is the fight that Japan started . the I r I ti No., 3413.c'. I.ill her, I iff mutant. Case
3-
fight that we're out to finish! '' lip 4 4 OKDKH" NOTICT OF rilllLrrATIONANH Tfl A 1'1'1'\)
II r BTATW OF PliOUIDA! to: Amelia
C. Ijiither whoao residence IK II
Don't fool yourself, the Japs are tough. It will take long, bitter, II i 11 Hprlnir York" I Htrevt llnvemtraw. New

costly fighting to blast them out. It will take new and specialized I rf t ni-ember You are Court llth required and IH44 cause to In appear,the whereinplaintiff nhovanamed on

equipment. B-29 Superfortresses . amphibious tanks . airplane- 11 I 4'nunty Telegraph Reek .11 shall v..,,,''.publish Itrndford thisOrder

carriers . P-47 Thunderbolts and new secret weapons. And a 11 f And her are 6 more reasons 11 I ft 1 In...m. nest ray four hand weekly and nfflrlalNPHl IBKIIOH.Wltn .
at Hturke, Florida this November
for least
buying at an :;1ii; llth 19U.fO..FICIAL .
veritable Niagara of oil and gasoline! 11 1 BICAT.) A. J. Thomnx.An .
:: extra $100 WAR BOND In the 6thl! :I::r: Clerk of mild. Court.T. .

Your War Bonds helped train and feed and equip the American 111;' iji; ,FrAnk Atty. fur indrum Mr. tHtnrke l10-4t-12-l| "FlorIda -
:::: I. War Bonds are the best the safest lastarmies !- :::: N
that smashed through at St. Lo. . Nancy . Sedan. Yes . m,: ment in the world 1 ;111:

your War Bonds are, helping to win the Battle of Europe. But now .11 s:.;: :. War maturity.Bonds return you $4 for every $3 at .M:.: .. I e

how about the Battle ? '
of Japan 11 3. War Bonds are as convenient as cash-and 1i .
r:1::: Increase in value to boot! ::: I

The I job is big-you've got to dig! 1111 rr: 4. War,Bonds security mean for you.education for your children 'm,! BUY MORE THAN BEFORE

1111 s. War Bonds help keep down the cost-of- j!
It costs billions of dollars a month to fight the Battle of Japan. The :: s. :1: ,

money must come from every patriotic American. It's an investment 1 11 6. War ponds will help win the Peace by In. i 1
:::: creasing postwar purchasing power. :.:r: Da It

in America-your future. That's why you are asked once again-in .1j1..,.......................................................... .............,.................... ....n.................,1j11..: :ZPtPEIMANENT;;;:
this great battle for final I VictOry-to buy your extra $100 Bond today./ };:;;;;;;;;: .w.w..w .w.ww..w.i.; ; ; ; '" S

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fur Ca ru)aurl.U rw II wlUluIl"hI.

KOCH DRUG STORE

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This M an official V..S. Treasury advertisement-prepared. under auspices of Treasury Department and War Advertising Council IN


This,Advertisement Sponsored.by The Following Members, of The Victory Club '

ALTERATIONSYou

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At Blanding Center WONDER GIFT SIIOI BOB'S TAVERN A

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lfIARUCAS GROCERY 1 At The Baa Station- -
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4.\\ .tit PAGE FOUR BRADFORD COUNTY TEIJBXJRAPH 8TABKE, FLORIDA Fltm\l', DECE.'lRh>


1.1SOCIETY, ; t and CLUBS Two Hostesses Honor Gill-Dyal Mrs. Rose HonoreeAt Mrs. Stansbury President 'rr, 0 f 0 4 10<,
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Miss Luncheon For Elected President Of Publicity
OppermanAt
Miss! Etta Faye Dyal. daughter ence Wood'

: Lovely Shower of Mr. and Mrs. Willis Dyal Volunteer WorkersMrs. Reorganized WCTUThe Secretary: Mrs, 4 4Re
' Family Reunion WSCS Circles and William Thomas Gill, son of ( -eleeted J W ''htJ
W.C.T.U. !
Miss Frances Opperman, whose Mrs. Fay Gill were married Tues- E. C. Rose was honoreeat Starke met last
Enjoyed At Home Circles of the Woman's Societyof wedding to Lt. Joseph Devlin day evening, November 21, at 7 a luncheon given Friday. November Friday afternoon at three o'clockat Treasurer: Mrs Wilbur j j

5' Of the V. S. St. Johns Christian Service of the Meth- will be an event of next week in o'clock in the Baptist parsonage 24, at the home of Mrs. the home of Mrs. J. T. Quig- The last Friday of !
odist Church will meet Monday Augusta Ga., woj the honoreeat here The Rev. Lewis D. Halnes Junius M. Smith on East Madison ley for reorganization. After a was chosen as the h

h' tfl' Mr. and Mrs. V. S. St. John afternoon, Dec. 4, at 3:30: o'clock. a miscellaneous shower and performed the single ring cere- Street. Mrs. Smith Chairman of suitable Devotional, routine busi- ing date, and Mrs DlOhL'1Iy' Scitti
had all the members of their family Circle Number One will meet bridge party given by M1: s. Wal- mony; in the presence of a few Volunteer Services, and Mrs. Ed- ness was disposed of and officers vited the ATa!(
,I together this past weekend with Mrs. Leonard F. Smith; ter T. Spaugh and Mrs. Leo close friends and relatives of the ward Burns, Executive Secretary, for the folows Union to meet \ .
elected
v 5 a5', for the first time in about five Circle Number Two with Mr E. Laughead .at the home of the couple. They were unattended. Bradford County Chapter, American year as : in December,

',,d r 1' years. Those enjoying a reun- K. Ferryman. former on. VV. Madison JSt.,< Mon- For her marriage Mrs. Gill Red Cross!, were co-hostesses.

';' ion dinner at their home Sunday tic City, N. J.; Mr* Richard day night. wore 'yellow wool dress with The 'rooms were tastefully dec- MAT BLOSSOM'S
55 ;f y t { M were, Mrs. D. H. Christlano of duff and Mias Alice St. John MIss Opperman received many brown accessories. Immediately orated with yellow flowers, the DANCE: STUti
Darlen, Conn.; Edwin St. John of this city. Mrs. Chrlsllano is lovely gifts and the table holding following the ceremony the couple : center piece being yellow chry- Enrolling Now U
3', 't'' of Salt Lake City, Utah; Sgt. returning to her home Saturday, them was,decorated with candles attended a wedding dinner santhemums flanked by yellow

"' ; ,, Richard St. John of Ft. Jackson, and Stephen St. John is returning and yellow. chrysanthemums. The, given in their honor by Mr. and tapers. Places were laid for six- FOR ADULT
S. C.; Stephen St, John of Atlan- to his base Friday. gifts' were opened at, the 'conclusion -' Mrs. Prescott Gill and S Sgt. and teen guests and a three-course CLASS

"' .. of the game. Prizes were Mrs. J. F. Robb. luncheon was served to the fol- t In
': : :. .."" ":. i" .-: ::' ' _. ... : awarded to Miss Delia Rosenberg' Mr. and Mrs. Gill will make lowing guests who were Invitedto
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and Miss,Oppermaa for high and their home for the present at meet Mrs. Rose In the Interestof
ft low, scores, respectively Kingsley Lake. various activities contributing!) LATEST BALLROOM DANCES
Mrs. Gill graduated from BHSin to the war effort In this community -
Refreshments of cakes and tea
; the class of 1939. : Miss Katherine Beard Appointments
and coffee were served to the
d di'i' following: Mlas Frances Peek, Associate Director USO-YMCA; Monday From 4 to 5 At High
tj r Bateman, Director, School
Miss Clara Mae Harley,' Miss Names USO HostessesFor Mrs. Sue
Della Rosenberg, Miss Irene Mat- USO-YWCA; Mrs. J. P. Higgin-
'
Month of Dec.
Nre thews, Mrs. Guy Sale, Mrs. Bunny botham. Chairman Red Cross
f nxtr ijnltimg Mrs. W
t 5.u ./T Weimer, Mrs. Wm. Baggettand Because of Thanksgiving din- Staff Assistance Corps;
the honor guest, Miss! Frances ners at Camp, the G. I. Jacks and R. Morse, Chairman Junior Red
.{1 Opperman. Jills, married couples group of Cross; Mrs. K. G. Duncan Chair-
u i r ft V the USO on Temple and Washington man Camp and Hospital Committee Ire a i iii i fl !s ,.-

w c *1 Have You Seen Our Large Masonic Lodge November, dispensed 23. with Instead its,dinner the Club on Bradford; Mrs. A.County Z. Adkina Chapter, Secretary ARC; D t tt r n ISIT

M ''lII Honors G. M. Sistrunk I enjoyed pumpkin pfe and coffee The Rev. Mr. Grover Alison,

Stock of Gifts for Xmas? At Banquet cal and records.At a musical. program of classi- vice Chairman; Mrs. Red Eugene Cross W. Home Jones, Ser-act-

Ing Chairman Publicity ARC; '
Following the regular communication the night dancea
Saturday
i '
Mrs. Grover Alison, Church Nursery --T
a of Bradford Lodge No. 35 large crowd of soldiers and
; School Treasurer Mra H. C:
;
Games Rocking Horses F. & A. M., on Monday, night, junior hostesses danced to the
Brown, Girl Scout Leader; Mrs.
Stuffed Animals Guns November 27, G. M.. Sistrunk was music of Sgt. Arthur Foote and I n
Charles Callard, Mrs Marcus 1g E ES
Puzzles .Holster Sets honored for 'havingbeen an ac- his "Infantrymen". Senior hos-'
Clayton and Mrs. C. V. Gross of
Swings Balls tive Mason 50 years The Rec- teses for the evening were Mrs.
" ;' Wagons Dresser Sets reation Hall of the Methodist Leslie Shepherd, Mrs. Mattle Ga- Camp Blanding.
4 Church, where the Masons and I hagan, and Mrs Shellle! Hall. The
'' their Ladles assembled was beau- door prize, a telephone call home Business Women'sCircle
; ; Hundreds of Other Items
-H And tifully decorated for the occasion. was won by Pvt. Oswald Rodriguez Members

The following program, under of Tampa, Florida.
S44 Now on Display I the direction of Mrs. K. O. Dun- On Sunday afternoon, Mrs. Sus- Entertain HusbandsThe t :4a

I ,q xnr a can, was presented: 'Miss Mary ie Moore and Mrs. Sara Higgin- Business Women's Circleof ri
n'4 r i YI IF "" .. Louise Durshlmer Ming 'By the botham, representing the Baptist the Baptist Church entertained
I River of the Roses" and "Roll Church were hostesses at the
their husbands at a steak sup-
ALSO SHOWING Along Prairie Moon"; Margaret refreshment hour per in the Church building Monday Big Business
,*: I 1 Rose Duncan sang "Swinging on I night. .
t '. ; A Star" and also did a lap dance; Ladies AuxiliaryThe LOT of the writing and talking that'
Pitted Dates Crushed Raisins Mrs. R. A. Green and Mrs. E. A going 6* tW
Botavla Richardson did RussianFollowing
a
day about "big" business seem to mitt
L. the one
: folk .l_.__..6 Ladles Auxiliary of the Biggs composed committeeIn pretty
.v. important point. In judging bigness solely by such
; rii; Bleached: and Natural; JumboBlack Presbyterian Church held its charge of arrangements. The thmjmnumber
the program, a ban- social meeting Tuesday afternoonat table was centered with a minia- of employee, sire of payrolls, or volume of sales,it
Figs; Toasted Cocoanut. quet was served. the home of Mrs. E. M. Davis. ture church with a gold colored overlooks the sire of the job the particular buiinci i ii requited

''i r' -All these items packed in Then came the main program.A The meeting was presided over to do.
: are large birthday cake decorated by Miss Lucille! Mitchell in the top.There was a special Thanks- I After all, any business exists: became thtrt'i a demand for
the things it produces or the services it rtnderi. And it
with the Masonic emblem was mutt
Florida.LOCH. absence of the President Mrs.B. giving offering brought for the
cut by the honored guest, Mr. 'C. Holtzendorf. Building Fund, which consisted of cither grow to the sire neceaaary to satisfy these demand or
else make for a competitor that tan provide what is
Sistrunk. In a very impressive Mrs. O. E. Stansbury led the $1804.00. way
manner T. J. Price presented him devotional and opened the meet- Those present were Mr. and ,wanted.
with a Past Master Apron on Ing with scripture reading and Mrs. One Wiggins, Mr. and :Mrs.! The war has shown that America' factories and farms
DRUG STORECOURT behalf of Bradford Lodge. The prayer. Mrs. Charles Ward readan D. A. Montelth. Mr. and Mrs. L. can meet demands that would have been fantastic in pre
war yeara. This ia a big country; there will be at bit jobi1to
Most Worshlpfut'Grand Master Interesting paper "Blest be D. Dinkins. Mr. and Mra T. S.
be done in peacetime as any the war produced. It will
the Peacemakers" Mrs. M. C. Simmons, Mrs. C. A. Knight, Mrs.
Warren S. Taylor presented Mr. 'take
the right kind of ub l" business to do them. And whetherit
Mayhugh gave a poem "My Al- E. L. Biggs, Mrs. L. H.
,
& CALL ,STAKKE FLORIDA Jennings '
ST. Sistrunk with 100-acre induitry'!
a certificate from tar". Mrs. had operates II farm a garage a bank or an
Jeanette Young Mrs; .Susie Moore, Miss Grace
the Grand Lodge of Florida for charge of the and Mrs. with 100.000 employees-this kind of big busmen, which
program Phelps, Mrs. A.. R. McRae Rev.
,
' the will '
: and with ton-
: i serves public..atilractbrily integrity
: hire 50',..reara. of service as a W. R. Morse gave a book reviewof and 'Mrs.: L. D. Haines, Mr.: and w
tinue be
to the foundation of America's strength and security
"Christ of. the Ame r I c a Mrs.
Lex
Green.
Mason. I gRoad"
'' in in,, Central Electric Co., Schenectady/ .N.r.
,0 peace as war.
,
? , wrl t ten by E. Stanley
All of the
and activities
I program Jones: The ladles decided to H.or th. G.n.fol tl.ctrlc radio, program. "Ik. G-E Alt''"girl' 0"h..5111111.. l r
of the occasion were an entire Jr. Womans ClubThe .. ... ...
,
I spend next Tuesday and Wed- 10 p m.S WT NBC-"Tlu Work.Today" wi ", .d.,6 45 m IWT.CIS
: + Starke's finestRestaurant surprise to Mr. Sistrunk. It
nesday working at the Manse.: Jr. Woman's Club
will meet
BUY WAR BONDS
Is
f needless
to
i say, however, that
; r. Hostesses for the USO were ap- next Wednesday, Dec. 6, at 8
he
was
of the
s very appreciative
} honor. pointed for the month of Decem- p. m. Hostesses will be Mrs. W. ELECTRIC
GENERAL@
ber, as follows: Dec., 3 Mrs. K. G. C. Powell and Mrs. Glen Wood.
The following out of town Duncan and Mrs. M. C. Mayhugh; a.NIII
and Bar guests were present: Hon. War- Dec. 10 Mrs. W. E. Bollter and .
ren S. Taylor, Most Worshipful Mrs. J. M Mitchell; Dec. 17, Mrs. -
Grand Master and T. J. Price, K. M. Davis and Mrs. W. J. Chandler -
District Deputy of the 10th Dis- ; Dec. 24, Mrs. Fred Stump
'S I The trict together with Masons from and Mrs. Charles Ward; and Dec.

I ,, Gainesville, Lake Butler, Delray 31, Mrs. I. N. Kendrick and Mrs.
Beach in Florida, Also present Jeanette Young.
: I' !e19x1+ were members of Lodges in the Delicious sandwiches, cake and TOYTO

,( n States of Texas, California Iowa, hot chocolate were served to the
,'.'.:' Virginia N. J., 111., and Penn. guests.
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THAT WE NOW HAVE ON DISPLAYA



S M LARGE LINE OF CHILDREN'S TOYS

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Visit Our Bar I-


''I''a' Newly Decorated REASONABLY PRICED

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;', k' 8IZZLIXOSTEAK $9.00


'w1 : L Include Shampoo and Style Setting .

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11 BREEZE HAIRCUT SHOP NOW WHILE TilE SELEC-

::5 TION IS STILL GOOD.STORES.

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325 TEMPLE AVENUE .
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1". pECRimER 1. 1M4 BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STAKKK. FLORIDA PAGE. FlVREfTs
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of LOCAL NEWS I IW Mrs. C. J. Carter spent, MondayIn WMS Members Lewis Hatnes, Jr.. Leon Chrlst- I Teddy Walker, James A. Lawson \ Gregory Walker -Elisabeth ;\
Jacksonville shopping.Mr. odoulou Alexander Tlllakas, Chas. Thomas Harding, Levy Ca Lawson. Jackie Joe Mc-
and Mrs. W. L. Joiner who Hold Progressive Lawson, Julia Ellena Lawson, ; nova, Martha Landium, Idolle Klnnln, Doyle Manning, Allen 11Valker.
have been visiting; their daughter Mission Agnes Lawson Wayne Edwards, Landrum, I
of Bartow Is Mrs. Tom Study ClassOn Ralph Bryan Patty and Ronnie Bouverat.
! r E Jones Grady returned Tues- I Mrs. L. D. Vining, returned to I
her son Lt. a l8 staying day from Atlanta, Ga., where she their home In Atlanta, Ga., this Tuesday of this week theWomen's -- - -- ,- __ __ _ -:--__ ____' ____
L Blandlnff and has been visiting her husband for week, by way of Dublin, where
K,, W L Wall. the past month. they visited friends. Miss Eliza- the First Missionary Baptist Church Society held of You
a
beth Joiner I can't wipe this out with tears !
left Sunday and for Miss Atlanta.Jean Kirart-- p book ro g reaaive"Thus mlaalan It In stud Written"Y o f ".by..e your

ERE GOOD FRIENDS MEET Shop now for the best selection << Henry Cornell Goerner Rev _
of Xmas Gifts at Lella'u. Lewis D. Haines, Pastor of the -----

Lt. Nathan Goldstein of Tampawas Church, reviewed the book in his
LARRY'SBLUE the weekend guest of Mr. usual able and Interesting man-
and Mrs I. Lecln and Miss Made- _
ner.The r al ,NIQ',
lyn Lecl n. Society convened at 10 A (
Friends of B. R. Witkovskl will M. at the home of Mrs. R A.
[ GRILL be.glad to know that he Is somewhat Thomas, Mission Study Chairman,
I Improved, although still and after enjoying ,hot coffee and
confined to the State Farm Hospital doughnuts the first chapter of
MANAGEMENT OF
t'NDER: LARRY LEWIS
the book was discussed. The

ON ROAD 48 AT S.A.L. DEPOT Joe L. Simmons, Fireman 2-c, class then proceeded to the home
Is spending a furlough with his of Mr. and Mrs. S. E Sparks for
wife and children at their homeon the study of the second and third
.
Klngsley Lake. When he chapters after which a delightful
leaves here he will report to his lunch and social hour was en-
n! ti new station at Gloucester, N. J.nON'T Joyed. The last chapters were '
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FORGET: \Ve box and reviewed at the home of Mr, and
Mrs. A. J. Thomas During the .
wrap your Rifts. No .... Leila's Dress Shop. social hour following Mrs Thomas
"-' served refreshing Coca-Cola and
Aviation Cadet A. J Thomas,
cookies.
Jr., who has Just completed preflight I
school at Maxwell Field The following were in attend
Ala., spent last week here with ance for the study: Mrs, S. E. I
his parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Sparks, Mrs. R. A. Thomas, Mrs.A. .
e BAR -B-Q Thomas. J. Thomas, Mrs II. L. Hough, BUT BONDS WILL
Cpl. S. G. Denmark, stationed Mrs. H. L. Brownlee, Mis.! LewisD.
STEAK e CHOPS with the Field Artillery, Colum- Haines, Mrs. P. M. Barefoot, .,
bia, S. C. Mrs. Paul I E. Canova, Mrs. Marvin '
returned there Tuesday ,
O CHICKEN after spending a'13day leave Hazen, Mrs. 0 1'1 1 e Wiggins, HELP YOUR BOYS :
Mrs! R. L. Kemp Mrs. Burton
here with his
parents, Mr. and
OYSTERS e SHRIMP Mrs. P. S. Denmark and other Rosier, Mrs. J. D. TInley Mrs. i
relatives.Pfc. Ruth Morse, Mrs. Work, Mrs. Mc- i
and Mrs. Ted Mleszkowskl Cartey and Mrs. Alice Langfordof DO IT
BEER Lake Butler. '
are leaving next week for Camp

Livingston, La., They made many ;.jb,
"""'" '" " i BB friends during their stay here. Birthday Party .

OPEN 9 AvM.. '- 2. A. M. DAILY We have a beautiful selectionof For Jerry Lawson

BREAKFAST LUNCHEON +DINNER Xmas gifts. Costume Jewelry *: Your lighting m.o sr. ptyin havt "t forfottcn P..rl lUrbor,
night gown and robe sets, gowns Jerry Lawaon was the honor back th. Jipi for Pearl Harbor, Batun and the thounnili of other
handkerchief. guest at a birthday party Thursday -
and scarfs. Shopat th.t"deed tint will live in In- crimes .iDlt
the
humanity by ?
Lella"H.Herbert. Nov 18, celebrating his 12th
SANDWICHES' & SHORT ORDERS birthday, given by his mother, '.my," But It'. a long way yet to lap bordei. Your Blind ia tn in. \ I
Green of Cherry Point, at their home on N Weller St. Tokyo-wh.r. the final l Inltall. rtellment on whet it'. going tornvni \ /
N. C.. is VlsltJncr relatives here .. ___. . .
i this Mrs. Lawson wag assisted by will be collected. vote ui to cru.h ine Jape in ine
week on a 10 day furlough.
Mrs. A. J. Casey and Mrs. Bruce long see lenee of the r.cifiit'
I He will return to his base Tues- We, st home, eea't fight shoulder y
NAT SEZ: Saunders. to shoulder with our boy. going to lake more superfortreiiee '

day.Mrs.. Claude Rowe spent last The table was centered with Yet we can help today by getting et $600,000 each, more P-47 p
No matter whether you celebrate the birthday cake decorated with Thunderbolt at $50,006 each-
week In'Green Cove Springs vis- behind the 6th War Loin Driv.
Thanksgiving on Nov. 23 iting her sister. 12 candles and the napkins were with every dollar "we can torepe more of .v.ry type of' materiel. '
or November So-.you can't win. red, white, and blue. Games
wereplayed
Mr. and Mrs. L. D. Vlnlng e
together. This is Am ricen'i
every And remember, when buy
You still wake you
Friday mornIng -
up have and prizes were awardedto
) as a guest this week Mr.Vlnlng's .
"war. Buy an extra$100 Bond
with awful ache. sends caving for
./f an tummy brother Harold Lennon and Ralph you ere your
Fred F. Vining,
-and don't wait till aiked.
Sometimes I wonder<< where all who Is a Chief Petty Officer in Davis! for Plnnlnjfthe Tall on the you're future and tie future of your
the turkeys come from. According the Seabees. He has Just returned Donkey. For "wave a tough job eheed. country Don't put it off-buy that

to the papers, our fightingmen after two years In the Refreshments of home-made Ice Your Bonds prove that you err,. Bond today.
In all part of the world ate Pacific and spent some time at cream and birthday cake were
turkey for Thanksgiving and Mill his home in Stockton, Ga., before served! to the following guests: I'
we on the home front managedto coming to visit his brother. Carl Johns, Dan Priest, Van BUY LEAST AN EXTRA $100 WAR BOND TODAY
AT
snag a drum stick or two. Judge and Mrs. A. Z. AdkIns Priest, Frederic Conway, Ken-
Ain't nature wonderful? spent the weekend In Jacksonville neth Conway, Harold Lennon,
with Mr. and Mrs. John Love James Davis, Bobby Wiggins Edwin .
IT'S A FACT YOU CAN DO BETTER AT
Wilkes.Ve Marshall. Delano Thomas,
\ nine a beautiful selection Gene Shaw Edna Coleman Jo . I
of Xmas gifts. Costume Jewelry, Anne Silcox:, Jeanette Priest John H. Denmark

night/ Kn and robe net, gowns,
Mrs. R. J. Davis and Misses FURNITURE'V
/ rJ"1F"MANHATTAN handkerchief.<< and ourfs. Shopat PHONE HI
Lrila'M. Tdalou and Marjorie Davis! were
shopping In Gainesville, Saturday.
\ Mrs. J. W. Kincaid spent sev- WE BUY GOOD USED
eral days recently In Tampa with -
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. C. -

Durden.I. '
.: . Lecln returned this week ;
A
from a 10 day shopping trip to THE 1" !
1"1"
New York City.
& Mrs. Dameron Black, Jr., and
FLORIDA NATIONAL GROUP
i son, Dameron, 3rd., returned this
MARK TWAINSHIRTS week to their home in Atlanta,, 1
Ga., after spending two months
with her parents. Dr. and Mrs.,
ITS DEPOSITORS
W. B. Parks.
Mrs. J. E. Thomas and daughter ; -
A Jo Anne of Crescent City
were weekend guests of Mrs. E.
M. Thomas and Lt. and Mrs. Vic-

$2.00 to $3.95 tor Thomas. .
Pvt. Marvel Neal, of the WAC '
detachment of Camp Blanding $6,139,650 in County City Bonds
was the guest Monday and Tues
day of Lt. and Mrs. Victor Thomas .

Alf Thomas.and Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Prove Our Faith in South Florida'sMagnificent

f Just arrived: Lady Love 8-

/gored Blip, $2.25 and $3.08 at '
TIES Lella'n. :. Future Growth
Mr. and Mrs. E. D. White, left ; .
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Thursday for a business trip
north. They plan to be gone
about a month and return in

By time for Christmas. ,_ Because we are first and foremost a $61139.6500fSo h Florida bonds. These

WEMBLY't were Students here from from Tallahassee F.S.W.C. who to __ Florida institution dependent on liorbonds represent obligations of 13 South

spend the weekend with their' ida's growth and prosperity for our own Florida counties and a considerable num ,
families were: Misses Idalou and :
Marjorie Davis. Virginia Sewell success, Florida National_ Group Banks ber of their political subdivisions such as .

and Shirley Colley. invest heavily in city and bonds
$1 county cities, towns and road and school districts.
Shop now for best selection of
that will finance public improvements
Xmas gift at Leila'..
these bonds
'"" Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Matthews and assist in the sound development of Naturally, we bought "

attended a meeting of ,the Florida last the counties, cities or road and school because we knew them to be an excellent ?
Press Assn. at Silver Springs
accompaniedby districts that issue them. investment. But we were also actuated ..
., Friday. ,They were ,.
Mrs. E. S. Matthews and her South Florida's by the fact that this (investment: would .
amazing is in
Mrs. Reka Wltkov progress ,
house guest
ski of Chatham. Ontario. , part, due to the progressive viewpoint of speed the growth and progress of the area i(

DON'T FORGET: We box and by providing improvements that would ,
gift No extra charge. public officials and civic leaders who have .
wrap your
-LPIIa'a Dress Shop. : i foreseen the needs of their communities 4' make ic more desirable from every stand

Mr. and Monday Mrs.from H. A.Hatflesburg Bishop returned -, and have financed them with ,sound point. We take great pride and satisfaction

Miss, where they spent Thanksgiving bond issues. in the realization] that the money 1

Pvt Harold(Nov. A.23) Bishop with -their, who son Is Banks of the Florida National Group we have spen't for county-city bonds is

N. 1 stationed, at Camp Shelby. They ,::: have a total holding of $19,500,000 in not only wisely invested, but also is

were sacola accompanied by their daughter as far as, Pen-Mrs. V, Florida city and county bonds including I helping Florida's development.FLORIDA .'

Wm. C. Powell who visited her -
husband at the Naval Station : r "
SHOES there. NATIONAL BANK FLORIDA NATIONAL BANK
>y. Friends of George Manama ; OF JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA NATIONAL AT a rcnuitnoFLORIDA ;

' FOR MEN WOMEN will be Interested to know that FLORIDA NATIONAL BANK BANK
vi he has been promoted from the & TRUST COMPANY GROUP of BANKS AT OILANDO r k
,; AND CHILDREN rank of 1st lieutenant to that of At MIAMIFLOBfbA
,r Capt. Manassa is stationed .. FLORIDA NATIONAL BANK '
captain. BANK&TRUST,CO. l
AT KIJ'ACOLAFLORIDA
,- $3.95 In Atlanta, Ga. .AT DATTOHA KACM ''
$1.98 to Just arrived: Lady Love 8- FLORIDA BANK 6 TRUST CO. NATIONAL BANK I

gored' sUp, '%.%5 and 93.98. at It.. .. AT Will rUM KACJt FLORIDA NATIONAL BANK ATlAlrrOW
Lell. .. NATIONAL FLORIDA BANK
FLORIDA BANK AT lABQJUTO
j. p. Higglnbotham, director
AT ITAIU
'"TUT WUT
ternberBEDROOM'S ot, the USO-YMCA, is on a busies FLORIDA NATIONAL BANK:
trip of several days to Miss FLORIDA BANK, at OCAUI FLORIDA NATIONAL BANK:
issippi. At corer FLORIDA BANK ATKUSCIAK ,t w }

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. . . . . . Highsmith all of Jacksonville; : a . . . . . a the groom's brother and sister- worth, Jr. --.
Jim Moore Edwards of Atlanta in-law, Pvt. and .Mrs. Marlon Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Watterson LAND SAKES .........
'; Lawtey Ga. Mr. and Mrs. J. II. Moore Hampton Griffls of Green Cove Springs. and daughters' Mrs. Dorothy El
;
: and Mrs. Lou T. Moore of Law Corporal Griffls only recently re land and Miss HarveneWatterson 'WHY l1JUf P h e1 anq
f { a + a4 Dy )<1. R. Carnullne Ily Mr*. M. C. Swwney turned from Camp Moxey. Texas, spent Friday in Jacksonville. BAKE? '
tey. . . . . . ,
I . . . . . . and Is now In the Paratroop Those shopping in Gainesville .
.Yj' Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Wainwrightwere Corps, stationed at Fort Banning recently were Mrs. T. C. Chastain, When you can : .. I\/f/)ep m'' .
REUNIONA
GRIFFIS FAMILY' delicious
such
, FAMILY REUNION dinner guests Sunday of Ga. Mrs. Griffis expects to Join Mrs. J. J. Pickren, Mrs. Claude get :1 I
.
held Sunday Mrs. Wainwright' parents Mr. gala family reunion of the in December Mrs cakes and ;, I
;, A family reunion was him in Georgia early May. Mrs. M. C Sweeney, _-
?! , 1drS', !in the home of Mr. and Mrs. and Mr. T. C. Edwards. nine sons and daughters of Mrs. II. D. May, Mrs J. W. Horne, pastries at . Start }'

:I ;l', Will Edwards. Those enjoying I Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Young Roaa Griffia, was held at the The friends( of this young couple Mrs. O. D. Gay, and Albert Pope TIlELAPPE Our P08t.ij'OI'
'., :, ). occasion were: Mr. and Mrs. and small son of Georgia are home of one of the sons, Oscar extend hearty congratulations and and family. Planni1lg Now!
the .
j ; visiting Mrs. Young's mother. Griffia. Just east of town, on Fri continued happiness G. P. Place
and small son, Mrs. best wishes for Mrs. Freeman Hall Mrs. BAKERY Your .
Mixon Order
Rex
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i y 1 ? t Mrs. Arthur Pearce, for several day, November 17th. Mrs. Grlffl In the future. Wadsworth, and Mrs. Marjorie X orF
Mrs. Harry
Edwards, and
Billy to have all The
was Justly proud Following
days. visitors to Jack ;
Wadsworth were
Applianrt
and Esther her children with her at this Mr. A. F. Roberts, Mr. and Mrs. !
, Misses Gwendolyn sonville on Tuesday last.
1'1 r'' ; + YOU CELT Shuford and Miss Linda Carter time, and a bountiful dinner was Clyde Roberts! and Mrs. Chap Leon Griffls and .!\ .. U 'R ,_'u _._ ._._._ -
t eel guests Mr. and Mrs.
of Rev and spread for this home-coming Martin of Belle, were BENDIX
; 1 1mt were dinner guests the af Mrs. Robert children were visiting the latter'
:" REAL REl.EF Mrs. Worthington Sunday. fair bration.were Those: Mrs attending Cora Crawford, Touchton.Sunday of Mr and brother Pvt. Robert Morris and SOLDIERS, SAILORS AUTOMATIC

l' Miss Mary Rosier was visiting of St. Augustine, last Sat AND MARINES "OME::\
; : u, ACIDINDIGESTION Miss Warren Saturday Mrs Pearl Webb and Percy Grtf- Gordon Sealey of Cltra, was the family LAUNDRY
Evelyne
; '' f' '' fie; of Tampa; Pvt. and Mrs. MarIon week-end guest of his mother urday. -
i afternoon. (Ted) Griffia and children of Mrs. Linnie Hutchinson Sealey. v
II.
> Raymond Appleby of the Navy, Green Cove Springs 'and Camp Mr. and Mrs. C. L. May were You buying HOT POINT
keep /i
.. ..', stationed In J a c ksonvllle was Chaffee Ark. Corporal Andrew Monday.
;
Jacksonville
', shopping In "' ..' REFIUGER\TORS
I;;, visiting Mr. and Mrs. J., E. Warren Griffls, Camp Moxey, Texas; Mrs. I Thornton Johns of the Maritime BONDSI'll e* RAKES: ;

'j ,i, s and family Monday night. Dora Taylor and daughters, Mrs. : Service, now stationed at WAR WATER
.r a Mrs. J. S. Brown of OrlandoIs and Miss Mae For- / HEATERS
: + ,. I Marie Forsyth New Orleans, La., spent a brief
Y spending several days here with of Starke Mr. and Mrs. with his rmrrrr roiitr. imtnroittOI .)
syth ; week ,
this
leave here <' '>'TV, FLOHIIHI C1I1Xc :
!! ' relatives. i Leon Griff and children Mrs. wife and family. .reii r.Henry As These Become{
: Car enfier's' Drug Store Mrs. V. }h Appleby and Mrs. Ruthella Johns and son, Richard. n. HarvM.. Plaintiff va They all AraiJ.able .
lr H. T. Appleby 0 f Jacksonville of Mr. and Mrs. T. C. Chastaln Mildred Harvel, Defendant. Case We Will Fill Ordffi
Hampton.A !
\ , Mrs. Carlton Chastain and little No. 3424. !!
,t'J J I delightful time was had by ounicn OF rrriLirATrovAND In Order of AppB\ y
of
daughter, Sue. left Thursday NOTIC-E TO APPDAllSTATn LIKE EATat
all present last week by car for Fort Peary, OF FLORIDA to: Mildred to
Harvel. whose residence If Box 6lloute <,
ORJI.iJ-OItEEN! Va., to visit Carleton Chastain No. 1, lots City. Vlrtrlnln. BED, LAMPS
w P l Wonder Of great Interest to their many who Is based there They also You are required to appear on ... the &
It r Strop Washington, D. C., December 18th, 1944, In the above DESK LAMPS
+' + \ jiftMRS. friends Is the announcement of intend to visit named Court and cause, wherein
the marriage of Miss Mabel Doris before returning home. plaintiff Reek. divorce. Urailford

r Green, daughter of Homer C. Frank Hard an* Jim Doverof County thin. Order Telegraph In next"h four a 1 11 1 publish weekly. CAMPDINER
; BESSIJ3 DAVIS, PROPRIETOR Green to Corporal Andrew Grlffls Jacksonville were dinner IHBUPR. RADIO
"
f youngest Bon of Mrs Rosa guests last Thursday of Mr. and Witness. my, hand and offlrla
Heal at /Starke Florida, this November -
\, ,Griffls on Tuesday afternoon November Mr Luther Watteraon. 15th, 1944.
\ i 21st at the home of Judge Mrs. Ida Maxwell W. H. Max (OFFICIAL. SI]AL) A. J. Thomas SERVICE

,.j., St ras 'Townsend in Lake Butler. Only well and son, Bruce moved back T.As Frank Clerk Lnndrum of Said ,Court. Florida

\,,' iH\- miviA fj attendants at the ceremony were to their old homestead here Atty. for Plf. _Stir-t1 4t 12ix Corner Call & CherryFeaturing -

+1 " Monday from Jacksonville where : rincMT: coi'RT, nnmKoimTO
V. : 1fi bq' Choose Early were visiting the former's parents they have been residing for a !''liT"'. FLOIllOAl CIIAX: O WINKLER
;i '
f ; Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Warren of Their friendsare L'EIIY.
number
years. Viola elnnd, Plaintiff ve till the best
1 j' ''ii';', 'l 1 FROM OUR ARRAY Monday. very glad to welcome them lery Edward Deland, 8r., Defen ELECTRIC
'o' Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Rosier back to this community.Mrs. dant. Cane No. 3425.
},/ :"'I,: I OF and children were visiting Mr. Stella Collins of Melrosewas AND ORDER NOTICE OP PUBLICATION TO APPEAR Steaks & ChoDs

:: Roster's parents Mr. and Mrs.J. the guest Wednesday of her STATE OF FLORIDA to: Hillary SERVICE

," \' ,) 6000 E. Rosier Sunday afternoon. daughter Mrs. Gordon Wads- dence Edward la Deland Co. "1",Sr.51st, whose Bn. rest Engr- Open 9 A.M.-9 P M.
; 226
\ Trg. Sec., N. Fort Lewis Washing- Temple Ave.PEARL'S ,
r Daily Except Thursdays

+. : i GIFTS ANDSOUVENIRS SUPERIORin Lon.You December are 18th required, 1944, to In appear the' above on _,,,,,, _._ _ .... _ .... "" .
named Court and cause, wherein
J ''' plaintiff seeks divorce and custodyof ,
',"' ,' ', .every sense of fine and modern child.. Bradford County TeleKraph -
,5 shall publish this Order In
serving and unusual carefulness in next four ,weekly Issues. .
Witness. my hand and offlola PLACE
r' t ', guarding against needless expense. seal at Starke Florida, this November -
15th, 1944.
'' ' '" (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas
'. SEE OUR ALLIGATOR BILL FOLDS I As. Clerk of Said Court.
T. Frank Landrum, Starke: ,
Ion ; STEAK\ C CHOPCHICKEN>
Memberof the Family Atty. for Plf. 11-17 4t -
% Gifts for Every 0 ...,,
,' ; DEWITT C. JONES ,

BUY NOW FOR CHRISTMAS AMBULANCE SERVICE Sentrrielsof r

:,; .: t
I Funeral Director Health
,,1+ ', ,' WE' WRAP' MAIL INSURE SEAFOODBEER
Don't Neglect Them!
; ; y and stamp with "Do Not Open Phone 7 Nature designed the kidneys to do a
+ marvelous job.Their task Is to keep the
,,: 'Til Xmas" Seal flowing blood stream free of an excess. of
STARKE FLORIDA toslo' The of
M } Impurities. act llvlntUJrtbdJla
f'N +, v i constantly producing waits 4r,
matter the kidneys must remove from
. j7 j-- the blood If good heath 1 Is to endure., ; -. Sandwiches
When the kidneys fall to function as
V , Nature Intended there Is retention of
OLDSARGE'S waste that may cause body-wide dis
tow' One may.uner nagging' backache: ,
I Ir ue 7)0Iee'' '7t 4 persistent.:: headache,attacks of diss&ineia. Ave
li { ; ; I getting the up.yfeel nigbta, welling tired, n8f"ou., puffin, all.sunder NOW OPEN 321 Temple

,,1 PLACESTARKE'S worn out.
Frequent, ''' burning passages
'r'.tltb :
: : :
? are sometimes r evidence ot kidney
; ; or bladder disturbance.The .
'
'i' ORIGINAL 4 recognised and proper treatment
yW Ia ; Is a diuretic medicine to help the kidneys
rid of excess poisonous body waste.
r Githan i. Doan'a Pd&.. Tbey have had more I
'I / ARMY STORE] forty yean.of public I approval.Are The
endorsed the country over. Insilt oa1)ooa'r.
.
::1 Sold at all drug stores

I Authorized by the War Department DOANS, PILLS $64

+ ; '. Operated by an ExSoldierHEADQUARTERS SOYBEAN ?


+ '' SCIENCE L- Question

.( . ' for all -
I .

..r Military Supplies J,

1to 'O What is more
i
r h i refreshing and re
Novelties &
Jewelry

tk . ,r, laxing than a few
SPREDWALL Do YOU Like
: to Pay pleasant hours

; +, i If do don't want with .
you
Ben Suslow'sArmy you good friends

')' f 7 ee adadte' Automobile Insurance. over a bottle of 41)

< Store Don't wait 'til after th9 mellow beer?
j .
<
,
t PAINT accident-buy it today.Charley .

', 209 E. Call Street Starke, Fla. x You're right. . there's nothing
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F 'I :4. FOR BETTERDOITYOURSELF
{ -? 1 like it
: E. Johns . .
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Q Agency
; r, FAIL TOVISIT q" f f ''t.. I30I3'S VtL

ti t: MORI WASHABll PAINTING Phone 13 STARKE, FLA.RepreMrtlna ,, T4


>, ft O.\t I I Now- soybean paint concentrate chat take the THE TRAVELERS Hartford Bob Jones, Mgr.


'fs A THE rr;; pain out of painting-It's actually Aw, to paint

.> ; 1 r t "with SPUD- O" cou eorrew any surface. k9
J' ;. y
'ti
? ,1 OOIS,FARTHIK> : ", waafcaUe sats cl M Joeiger dries to s smooth
.. i ,u DAVIS SANDWICH SHOP ._ ,_ ., .. *
.c < ti
: : : ,. ,) I. c '1' btixbCrc twice in .... No otfcmire' odor. # r

a 'WHERE- Eato asir sad sales to apply try *prcaa!>g
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1wr t t MSt.a TO APPLYn.

,' '., ', j ; '-' Can Be Seen Being Made' Every Minute ..

I. -f* ; ;l, ,i if der'' Take Home A, Dozen ; Fgt16a SHAFKIN'STHE

ar 4. a tti 1, y +. $, 98
} 40c Dozen
a per HlO....


a, HAMBURGERS:+ : STORE

'+ + ' Made From Fresh Ground Sirloin SteakSwift's 8A.1. PAST!

; ,r, ";' I ..' *C .".?. MAIM ALL SOLDIERS' KNOW

.t 1, Pure .. ... .._. r ttt .AU IA/Nt ,
,,, FloridaORANGEADE


.,, HOT GSum I TIP TOP SUPER' "MARKET I ENUE SED. !" !,

, 113 E. Call St. STARKE FLA.SPRED .
e ; ,, + OPEN EVERY DAY TIL 12 MIDNIGHT ,

fi I!' Closed All Day Each Friday "v 'fA IIS1ED Jewelry Gifts Unifo
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LpECEifBER I, 19** BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STAUKE. FLORIDA PAGE SEVEN

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S . . . e Moody of Lake Butler. Mr. and guests of Mr. and Mrs. E. O. ice Bradshaw and children of I iv' nar'.IT roriiT. ..."nFOlln 336Vet Ward Avenue, Norfolk I seal. at Starke.' Florida this November r
Mrs. J. R. Kite spent Sundayat Land. Tuesday and Wednesday.Mrs. Atlantic Beach and Miss Nell OM'NTY, FI.OHID.tIN CHAN.I'K.HV. : Virginia You. 131h IM4. t
are to
required
appear on
Farm
fate Flagler Beach. Belle Dowling of Lake Barker of Raleigh, N. C. William H. llarreliion. Plaintiff vs. December 18th 1944 In the abovenamed A* Clerk A. J. of THOMAS said (.fourt.(9FAL .
Mrs. I. J. Wlliams calledto Butler and Mrs K. M. Williams Alberta C. Harrelnun, Defendant. Court and cause, wherein
Whitfield was Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Woodwardhad Ca. No. 3416. plaintiff seeks divorce. iratfford )
!Mr.. Bryan. . . . Winter Haven last Thursdayby of Macclenny visited Mrs. S. R. visiting them last week their ORDER OF rrrfLICATTON:. County Telegraph s h.. I I publish Knight A Knight Starke, Florida
Dobson from Thursday until Sun- AND NOTICR TO APPEARSTATE thin Order in next four weekly Alty for Pit 11-11 4t u-
daughter< Miss Jacquelyn Woodward .
the critical illness of her OF FLORIDA to: AlbertaC. issues.tVltne
((5)) se John E. Williams ulster, Mrs. T. R. Baumgartner. day of last week. of Tampa and Mrs. Wood IlarrelRon. whoa residence Is myS'rROUr hand ana officialflreateut

.frs. Williams returned to and remained there until Sunday.En Guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. E. ward's slater and niece, Mrs. HOT Carolina.Front Street Georgetown>ulh STARKE

Miami Tuesday route from Ravenna Ohio Chambers and Mrs. Bert Chambers Bard Gale and little Miss Sharon You are required to appear on
hg!aeweek's visit with their during the past weekend Gale of Palatka.Mr. December 23, 1D44 In the above TRANSFER
to Tampa by trailer Mr. and named Court and cause,. wherein slC .
and Mrs. J. I.. WillMr Mrs. Charles Sanders and child- were Mr. and Mrs. Earl Chambers and Mrs. Oscar Partney plaintiff aeeks divorce. Bradford :',; ;ATFAL I

Mr. ren, Donald, Eugene and Naomi, of Montlcello and Mrs. W. J. went to New Orleans, La.. last County In Telegraph next four shall weekly publish:" Issue thisOrder try.property.. ,.Ha..U.....made of ...ever...- I -

and Mm George and Mrs. Sanders, Sr., were Ward and Misses Lela and Jackie Wednesday Mrs. Partney en- Witness my:" hand ana oftlcla fS.OOOfm Of llomr._K.rm._ Local And
Ward of Ocala Jackie and Bar- tered Oschner's Clinic there for seal at Starke. Florida this November Aer.._. Barer* from nil over IkeWorld.
." bara Jean little daughters of Mr. 2J, 1S44.OFFICIAL Free open II.U"If. Long Distance
- - -- ---- observation.
( SEAL! ) A. J. ThomasAs E.A.STROUT REALTY AGENCY
and Mrs. .Earl Chambers
remained Cleric of said Court.
here for a week's visit R. E. Tyson of Jacksonville la T. Frank Landrum, Starke, Florida Hauling
with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Atty. for Plf. 11-J4 4t -12-J5 preINI
\ with their _
0 t grandparents. R. H. Tyson for recuperationfrom Locally by
\itFniin
IN ("I"J"T coi'itT.
Because of the Illness of Mrs.T. a recent illness. rnl'NTl. FLOHIIIAl IN flltNevx '- F. C. IIOLL1NGSWOUTI11IB 215 Call St.
T. Fillyaw mother of Mrs. 1'e1R Y.
C S. Walnut St.
p Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Harris were
[ Forsyth, Plaintiff, vs. Charlotte -
M. D. Mr. <
Young. and
Mrs. W.
supper< guests of relatives In Forsylh Defendant Case NO\
E. Fillyaw. Mr. and Mrs. W. C. IU2.
Green Cove ,
Springs Friday.
ORDER OF PWLICATIOV
Townsend
and children and Mrs
'
nvpotlightf After spending a week with her AND NOTICE TO APPKAH
.r J. T. Flllyaw and baby. Jimmie STATE OF FIX3U1DA to: Char-
I'On9.V.. E. and J. L. Dowling I.
were In the Young home during lotte Fomyth whose rusldenoe

ilt aluL's last weekend. and their families Mrs. Emmie A___-.n-,_._._..._..-u--co.
Dowling returned to her home in 0 v
Misses Luella and 4
Melvene Davis -
Jacksonville, Monday
were hostesses at a weiner ATTENTION

FLORIDA SHELL NOVELTIES 9 COS- roast at their home Sunday night.In try
addition to about 20 young .N l'IueII'r (0111'1'. lilt tl>l<--OIII Gverybocly
<'\IE\ JEWELRY 0 BLANDING MONO1MMED friends they had as guests their (MU\T\, KI.OHIII IN ('ll\>'-
('''::11 Y. HUNTERS!
TOYS FOR TilE KIDDIES felattves. Mr. and Mrs. Clifford \sr. J I.. Carter Plaintiff, vs Llllnn (
DISTINCTIVE WOODEN PURSES Rhoden and Miss Lorlne Rhodenof ":..itello Carter, Defendant Cane
No. 3443.OIIDKR. .
Waldo and Mr. and Mrs. J. OF PITI"I.I..ATtOlfANI : :
\JOE IN FLORIDA O GIFTS FOR ALL 7afhin
B. Strickland and son, Johnnie, ) NOTICE TO APPEAR!
LOVED .ONES.DON'T STATE OF FIiOIIIHA! to-: Lilian Fleece-Lined i
1UR of Graham.Pfc. Kstella: Carter, whose residence IsHemingway.
South Carolina.
and Mrs. Theodore Duch-
Sleeveless
You are required to appear on
arme returned to their home In December S3, 1944. In the above

FAIL TO-SEE OUR Miami after having been with plaintiff named Court seeks sand divorce.cause Bradford wherein Jackets ABOUT

Mrs.. S. R. Dobson and family County Telegraph shall publish this
BEAUTIFUL LINE of for some time. Order In next four weekly iMsiteM.Witness .

Mrs. Ira Dobson and childrenand at Starke.my hnnd Florida and, thin'officialseal November JUST TilE TilING FOR j

XMAS GREETING CARDS Miss Bernice Dobson visited (OFFICIAL 22, 1044.SEAL) A. J. Thomas OUTDOORS TO KEEP cT7nA2tYod
Pvt. Ira Dobson
at Camp Bland- All Clerk of maid Court.T. .
to Ing. Sunday.Mrs. Frank I.andrum. Starke, Florida THE 'CHILL OUT THESE
A. C. Davis and children Atty. for Pit. 11.24 4t -U-1S COLD MORNINGS

Joyce and Clifton, and Mrs. W. .'V ruirriT: roi'IIT. Sin AOFOIIUCOUNTY. I
M. Rhoden spent the past week C'KMV. FLORIDAI IN ( .....N. m.4

end with Graham relatives. Carl Dohy, Plaintiff, v.... Ileuluh SPECIAL
Holt Doby, Defendant.. Case No.
IGISLAIN'S L BRIDGE CLUB MEETING 1434.
PACK ()nDl n of"' I'Ut"LI"ATIOS
WE Mra. Tom Conners entertained AND NOTICE TO APPEAR $7.50
AND MAIL I the State Farm Bridge Club at STATE OF FLOU1DA/ to: lleulnh
I Holt Doby who. residence In Albermarle. -
YOUK her home Wednesday afternoon .
North Carolina
\ NEXT DOOR TO GIFTS of last week. Marigolds 'and You are required to appear on WERE $9.50 1
XMAS ... .
December 23, 1944 In the .bov.n..m..t
.chrysanthemums to
were placed ,
Court and wherein
KOCII DRUGSTORE FREE 'advantage In the rooms used for plaintiff seeks divorce cause Hradford
!the games. Stipulated prizes for County Telegraph. shall publish this Restaurant t t Hours 9 to 9 Dally
Order la next four weekly issues.Witness TireSTAG : Except Tuesday
: high score and Bingo were awarded my hnnd and official
to Mrs. David Skolnik and to seal at Starke, Florida. this. November d
If), 1944.
Mrs. J. M. Hembree. At the (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas
conclusion of the playing Mrs.B. All Clerk of ealcl Court, Carter Bldg. Starke
Chan. H. Hess, 204-05 Realty Klda-. ,
Hershfleld, Mrs. W. E>. New Jacksonville, Flu. Atty for Plf
ton, Mrs. W. H. Williams and 11-24 4t 12-15 "'..-.-.-.-. ----

The Latch StringIs Mrs. M. R. Holmes came to the ..- -- -----. .- If You're lookingfor

party and Mrs Conners served a
Always Out variety of sandwiches with coffee WE CAN USE 'MORE PULPWOODWRITE
the best
to her guests.J. .
M. Bradley was with Jack TIMBER DEPARTMENT --I
sonville relatives from Thursdayuntil CONTAINER CORPORATION OF AMERICA F

Sunday. Mra. Bradley, Les- FERNANDINA, FLA.
l lie and Carolyn joined him there .
.
---------------------- .
Saturday their going occasionedby HAMBURCERS

Mrs. Vance Gelger's under-

going a tonsllectomy. Friendsare FOR SAFETY, COMFORT AND ECONOMY RIDE '
", _./f;' glad to know that Mrs. Gelger's -
u- and. i
condition was excellent fol-
FLORIDA MOTOR LINE BUSSESFOR
lowing her operation.Miss .
Mary Jo Caldwell movedto *OTi
COURTEOUS CORRECT INFORMATION
the civilian dormitory at
PLEASE PHONE ''147 DOGS
Camp Bland Ing, Sunday.
After two years' service In the

Aleutian Islands Pvt. Louis E. -
Harvey Is spending a three weeks UNION BUS STATIONLACY n

furlough with his parents, Mr.
CONWAY, Agent
and Mrs. Forrest Harvey. town

Guests of Mr. and Mrs. R. H. I Temple Ave. Starke, Florida Y
Cox for several days the latter + TRY

part of last week were Mrs. En- -"


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BRADFORD COTJNTK TELEGRAPH STARKE FLORIDA jiuiur. DE,
EIGHT
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j i J/ Miss Shirley Colley of FSCW IV: ClnniT C'OI'RT. BIIAl1R0111)COI'19TY I January let 1945. In .th. abovenlLm..d II IV: CIRCUIT COIUT, HUI)FOHIlOl'JMTV I December You are 28 required 1944 In to the appear above on .-
'" FI.OHIII lCIIAN. Court and cause wherein FMHUUll I\ CI1AMCKRY. I named Court and cause wherein --
'1i l ) I' weekend here with her Bradford ,
" spent the ('PITY.Robert plaintiff seeks divorce. I' plaintiff .seeks divorce. Bradford
mother, Mrs. Marjorie Colley. T Camwell.. Plaintiff. vs County Telegraph shall publish this I IOrd..r Telegraph shall publish thisOrder
\: i Mildred Amanda Yarborough Cam- In next four weekly IKMUBHWltneH R. Chas Wolf, Plaintiff vii MarlonV. County. In next four weekly I l ueWltneHH ... HOLY
'f'IIi' : I'i'. : y i. Mrs. T. H. Osborne Is spending well Defendant Cane No, HTH.OKDI2R my hand and official Woll, Defendant. CaMe Nn. hand and official COMMUNION
:..f:: .",'1, iV', this week In Hampton, Va.,, OF PUBLICATION .seal. at Htarke. Florida, thin November onnEii OF PUBLICATIONAND I my thin November
", ,. \ AND NOTICE TO APPEAR 29th, 1944. NOTICE TO API'J' An .neat at Starke Florida
+ :r\\i ;: ; 4\ with her husband, Lt. Osborne. STATE OF FtiORIDA to: MII- (OFFICIAL SEAL) A, J. Thomas, :Marion 28 1944.IOFFICIAL .
STATE* FLORIDA tu:
1 :i'' Rev. and Mrs. Grover All- dyed Amanda Yarborough CarKwell An Clerk of said Court OF SEAL A J. Thomas
The ) .
t' ;.. .. '(! whose rndldenre. I I. BOH Blxteenth Jacksonville Florida I V. Woll, R. F. D Xo 2. Box ----, : ( BOTH SERVICESMETHODIST
H '
:" j J.. '1. son attended the event honoringUtah I Street Hickory, North Carol I a. R. Duncan As Clerk of said. Court
.. ;': i'1: op Juhan In Jacksonville,, You are required to appear on Atty. for PIG 1J-1 4t 1J-J2 i Kane Pennsylvania
1 I
>'1 4 "; f Sunday. __ I _..- "... _ r -_ ... .._",,_ ,,01'1
\ t""
: t i //t Mrs. Florrle Wills hal as guests Z Great Days-annual CHURCHSUNDAY

\\'Yt' \\t''J;' last Friday Mrs. George T. Cook
1 .
SERVICES
Moitta
Ara
; Mrs.
1 1 of Miami and
.' .I 1\\ Mrs. Cook will be rememberedhere DECEMBER
Sole
'I 1 \ 3
: I, as Mills Inee Moitt. Store Manager's

'" l I Mr. and Mrs. John Uglow are EVERY SUNDAY NIGHT
., ':I! ,'',t upending Thanksgiving in Jack- :11 A. M. 7:30 P. M.

l r 1 ;l ; ponvilla with their on-ln-law and Saw. L.. L, nr.s In.rWl'a s 3' S..
';" 1'.1' ""f ;1 daughter Mr. and Mrs. R. L..

,". 1 iI:f M"i \{ '". .'J":' McDowell._________, SUNDAY SCHOOL 3 P. M.

J ,.: I r.'TIT (OIHT. BuAUFnnn I
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Subject
\; Ie <: COCNTY, Fgonwu IV t:".'. v "Fellowship of Sufferings
." r: Everyone Invited To Come And Feel
's' .
HtJpn'en'p. Plaintiff vs. Kunlcf. -
Knoll.
: !
ft w .' IJ' Defendant. Cane No. SPECIAL MUSIC
B. Knoll
t) t : You Are A Part Of Us.Mission.
845:1':
,CO".... '" .Ir, )HOETt OF PUBLICATION!' .I.
'1 ?; ;'.' .w- AND NOTICE' : TO APPEAR
d; "i;I, ,j//, 8TAT13 (>F! FLORIDA to: /KunlcwH. : Dec. 2
.0// Knoll. whoH residence, In tlhawI Friday, Dec. 1 Saturday,
,, I ;" nee Road. Mllford Delaware
I I ,' You are required to appear on Rededicate Your Life

/j 1: ";''> k4},\.". named January Court Ut. and 1949.>> reuse In the, wherein shove. Goy el.Assembly. Just One Bargain Of Scores-Blue Rose e Unto God

,/ pl'Llnllrf' tieekH. illvr.- Hriidford
A 7t:1\ : '
,,' shall. publish thin
'
Telegraph
1". ..t:''r County Orrt.r In next four weekly l issues. Of God 4 29cAsk
Rice Ibs
,( Witness my hand and official
Meal at 194blur0a. thin November ComplimentsW.
t
.:.. ""'I, (OFFICIAL 2R. 8KAL) A. J. Thomas. JUST WEST OF H GATE, CAMP BLANDING
II. t ; A.. ('Ierk| of ...ald Court
List
Price Containing
Color
", ' William P. Morgan, JarkBonvllM.Kla. ,. For 4 Page T. CLUTE, Realtor
i!d' I ;;n ) . Atty. for Plf. 12.1 4t 12.2'$ J. A. BROOKS, MINISTER .- All Advertised Items .

!. i I\ ('III'I''r' 1'Ut'IIT, IIIIAI>VORIll >
y) "s' '1 ('( '\TFI.OMII.Ml IM t"*!*- _ __ _ _._ ____,_ __._u_. TO ....___.
).'.'' r <'Kitv.Porothr.
Hennlnimen I Connolly,
.. Plaintiff v... Malcolm Connolly, Defendant
} Can No 3402
1 t', ORDER! OF PUBLICATION!'
ANn NOTICR TO APPEAR
I"" ., ; STATE OF FLORIDA: Mai-
cnltn Connolly whose residence I I..*
; t 7-07 College Place, College P(.101 t.I ,.
I '4 i i'' Queens County, Long Island, New

".oIt 1!4 York.You are required to appear on
,'I.t> January lilt, 1945, In the above TURKOLOGY RESULTSWINNER
t1 named Court and cause wherein
,.' plaintiff seeks divorce. Bradford
t .
County Telegraph shall. publish this
1 i ii,) Order In next four weekly IHHUCH.Wltnenit .
my hand and oftlclal
"yy xx'
r, : seal at Stark.. Florida, thl. Nov.
3 a ember IT, 1944 .
t f'f' t. (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J, Thomas,
g A* Clark of .mild, Court
Walter C. Hard..Hty. Daytona Beach
rtt' Fla. Att)', for Plf. 12.1 4t 12-22,

,,
ii// i y IX: ('IHCI'IT ('0 I'HT IIHtDPOIlIt
; r 'P'' f'0I''II1'Y, Pl.Ollllttl II IIA\-:
C i fK.HY.
i,' Helen Florence nianton Plaintiff, WINNERNumber
;" r VH UeraldV.. Dlanton, Defendant.
r'' i ? Cane No 3449. .
1 OH I)Kit OF PUHLIfATIONAND '
Number One Two
% NOTICK: TO APPBAK
4 I STATE OF FLORIDA to: Uerald
ai \V. Phnlon whose address IH Cap-
'4p;, lain 1\[. C. Serial No. 0461787 684thMedUal Mrs. Charley E. Johns t Mrs. Al Perlis
{ Clearing Co., AIM 305 New
I York, New York; i
'( ; ' //st You required to Starke Fla.
are appear on i %
January. let. 1941, In the above t Starke Fla.
named Court and cause. wherein ? ,
plaintiff geek divorce and maiden WHY WE SHOULD ALL HELP TO 1

J Y k4 l' { Telegraph name reHtored.shall publish llrndford this County Order PUT OVER THE SIXTH WAR LOAN )e "WHY WE SHOULD ALL HELP TO

. In next four weekly Issues DRIVE IN BRADFORD SIXTH WAR LOAN:
} i Witness my hand and official COUNTY"k PUT OVER THE
.Deal at Htarke. Florida, this Nov. I COUNTY"'
) i ember 25, 1944. A. J. THOMAS. We should help put the Sixth, War DRIVE. IN BRADFORD

I, A. Clerk of Raid Court. Loan Drive over in Bradford County. ,o ( ', Our, vast country is divided into a
(OFFICIAL! SEAL] )
t, 4'' Knight & Knight, Htarke, Floridar' because because I it is our patriotic! { duty i large number of communities, called
Altyn. for I'll. 12-1 4t U-U
tp to our(Country and to our boys on the 2 __y Counties. The county thatnl1. sue-
,
fighting fronts. The war is costing teed in fulfilling and oversubscribingher

4't CLASSIFIEDSFOn our country millions of dollars each L allotted quota in a prerecordday

and if we do not take our dollars time, will serve as an incentive and

( 1 to buy these bonds it will be neces inspiration ,to the rest of the counties

f, :; ''i r SALE! J.3 II P vlnrude ::3, r the
I .' L 8portwln. outboard motor. Kxcel- sary for our government to pass legislation + of our great country to put over

? 1 S ,4 l lent radlne condition I.uwtey$100, Fla..00. F. Ii. Car to make us buy them as the tr 6th War Loan Drive, so as to speed

;1 1 F" 1XST OK 8TOL.KN 60U1I18 tire peace and security has got to be won up the dawn of the Day when PEACE,

,' t and. wheel. No. U71S148. 15,00 reward at all cost. LOVE, TOLERANCE, and EQUALBradford
,
Mlllurd Judd, IT ox 623
.j '' Starke. lip County is a county that ITY will reign supreme among all nations

18 3 M, WANTED. TO BUY-Piano, pricemuat we are all proud of and we should and races in this great world of
r he rlirht. Cpl. Floyd C. Hun
Jj p'1 ter. Call Phone IT9-J. ItpWANTKlJ keep up her patriotic reputation. ours.
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4 } 4 .: .-Farmer with 8 or .
f F? boy. In family to operate tractor r
equipment and lend cattle. P 8.
? l Denmark, at Denmark' Fur-
future Co. ,

1 4 i + l 1 FOR HALF!-Few pure-bred black

Pntnnd-Chlna weaneri, 10 week HERE ARE THE
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i r ay j Lake The old Cone place at Crosby lip

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