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: December 8, 1944
Frequency: weekly
Subject: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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Volume ID: VID04892
Source Institution: University of Florida
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Aids War Bond Drive



L --1 Official County Publication Established In 1817

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''Sixth| \War Loan Sales At Standstill; Postal Urge Greater Officials Use Service Officer To Be Here Dec. 15 .

:, Chairman Fears County Will Fail Quota Of V-Mail.service LettersAirmail to and fromU. To Aid Veterans, Widows ih Benefits #

I S. Personnel in the European
Sales in Bradford County's 6th Theatre of Operations has recently I AU citizen of Bradford

., ; I I It War Loan Drive slowed almost ., become leSt frequent And Sgt. Robt. Rabeck County who' nro Inferential In
j to a standstill during the past post office authorities are recommending benefit. to be ilerlte! from
Killed In Action
I week due partially, it is believed, City To Buy Bonds increased use ,
to the interruption of the Thankagiving Totaling $10,000The mall.Airmail Mr and Mrs. Jos. F Rabeck veteran claim and pension

\ b' v _____________________| holiday. Reports from the will continue to be slow received word from the are aefled to come to the eourt-
War De-
\ .local bank and post office placed City of Starke.. will boost during the coming winter month, house In Sturko on Krliluy af
I the total Wednesday at $62,906.25 the 6th War Loan ))rlve hereby because flying over Northern Atlantic partment early Wednesday that ternoon ))eIc. 13, between tIe

4t y C -about 25: percent of the county's the purchase of 910,000 routes is curtailed until their son, Sgt. Robert D. Rabeck, hour. of :J and 5 p. m.At .

I $ 159OOO quota. worth of ItondM. It walt announced better flying weather Is the had been killed In action Nov. that time Howard doVaiiKhn

With only seven more "working" , follow Ing the City spring. Though airmail letters 22 In France. field .secretary representing .
days left in the drive, Chairman Council meeting Tuesday night.! during summer months usually the State Nervlr Of.fleer -
Junius It. Smith stated yesterday When this purchase) la made, reached their destination In leas Sgt. Rabeck, 20, entered service , >\III ire. here for the purpose

ways that there is little hope of within the next few day, the than a week, In the winter months Immediately after his 18th of aidingeteran and

meeting the quota unless volun- City' tt'ar Bond next egg will more than two weeks are required birthday, Iri! Octobor 1942. lie the dependent of deceased<<
ag > teer workers canvass their districts total 980,000.Chaplain while V-mall, always a I' took part of his training at Ft. veteran. lie will interview
thoroughly within' the next priority item in trans-Atlantic Jackson S. C. He had Just received thorn* oho apply in the maincourtroom.

few days. He called on membersof .. flights will still reach Its deBt Ina.I his promotion\ from Pvt. .
the Rotary Club Wednesday to tlon In normal time of from S to Sgt. for bravery in helping the Till. I I..* a wonderful opportunity

get busy and cover the businessdistrict. Carter I to 7 days. few remaining members of his for all lnterete person
Gen. E. W. Fales, commanding general of the Infantry Bee company to return to their base
J J. 'I The equivalent of 25 sacks of .* to obtain authentic" Infor-
ent Training Center at Camp Blanding, seems more than Reno Rally ThursdayAn Speaks To MembersOf airmail letters can be carried lu after most of them had been mation concerning veterans' r

N he boosts the Sixth War Loan Drive with the purchase enthusiastic rally' was held Army Wives Club lone small X-mall sack, so correspondents wiped out. He was In a heavy legislation that ha recentlybeen

and from MaJ. C. E. leolrd, disbursing officer In ''the campli at the Reno colored theatre are urged to use artillery battalion.Mr. put Into effect. r

i office. "This Is a time for grim realism and unflagging: Thursday night with a stage show Chaplain E. R. Carter, Post 'V-mail In all cases where delivery and Mrs Rabeck have two

: General Fales stated In dtocuMilng the Importance of the being presented by colored talent Chaplain at Camp Blarfdlng, delivered at the earliest time Is desired. other sons; both are German Small FiresThe

\te have not yet won. Let na stand to our guns and sup- from Camp Blandlng. A. O. Jen- a significant address to prisoners of war.

Sixth War Loan Drive to our full ability each one of us. kinz. Instructor in the Reno colored the I local fire department was
e the Military Mrs. Club at
ghtlnf men will never fall us; we on the War Bond front will school, is serving as chair- Walnut Street USO Daugherty Found : Welfare Checks called to the scene early Friday
I them. Victory will be ours. Let us hasten the day." man of the drive there and he Is Early For Xmas. morning when the friction caused
enlisting the enthusiastic support Nov. 30. on the subject "Military
by driving on a flat tire Ignitedthe
of many colored residents. Mrs and Her Husband Overseas." After Escape Bradford
S Eats His "Most Qelicious" Thanks- County recipients of rubber on a petroleum truck
Anderson Auction Set for Dec. 16 He stressed particularly the public assistance will receive their driver
Just as the stopped near
Plans for the War Bond auction, Importance of the right kind of December payments prior to the
ng Dinner . Poses For Photo With Si-Inch sponsored by the Future Farmers letter-writing, and some of the Ernest D a u gherty, 21, now Christmas holidays. +tTke State; the jail. The fire truck was r

are shaping up well, and this points ht made were: Don't treat serving a 30-year sentence fur Welfare Hoard will write payrolls called as a precautionary measure -

lard . Looks On While G. I. Captures Snake event will climax the last day letter-writing as a time for con the fatal shooting of Dan W. earlier than usual /t(>" that checks in case the gasoline had become ;

of the drive, Saturday, Dec. 13 fession. Write interesting letters Moore on Nov. 21, 1942 was recaptured may be mailed not later than Ignited. Friday about 12:15 j

Somewhere In, NEI, It will be held in the downtown -include cheerful little anecdotes at Lakeland Tuesday Dec 20: the fire truck was called toTeail's "
November 23, 1941"Frankegiving" I section around 2 or 3 o'clock In after having escaped'! from a
natives. The reptile was conked about the folks at home. Write Old-age assistance checks for Place on Temple Avenue
over his noggin with a stick and the afternoon. The FFA boys frequently and don't consider It prison camp near Sarasota on Bradford recipients are due to when a two-burner oil stove got '' ,

Daymm stunned. After everyone was assured are having fine cooperation from a chore but rather as a time Nov. 28.Daugherty. leave Tallahassee on Dec. 12, it out of control. The damage was
| man! Just this very the lIzzard was harmless local merchants who are donating lor a chit with the man who Is and two other "long- was stated. not extensive in either case:

jsit finished my most dell- (indeed, ne has no teeth, only a articles' to be auctioned off at overseas. Don't let him down termers" were reported to have .
Thanksgiving Day dinner; the event. with dull worrisome overpowered their two guards! and
forked tongue for catching insects or complaining
pderful, meal tradition built, per around good ; ), we all took turns holding No reports have been received notes -he has enough two other prisoners and made an Auctions Bring Growers $23,113.06
.American him up by his long tall and have yet from chairmen 1 In Lawtey, troubles of his own. Don't save escape In a truck armed with a ;
|der, roast turkey! I a a ydelicioue" ing our picture "struck". Major Hampton, Brooker, Theressa, Graham the love angle until the end---a i shotgun, revolver and considerAble -

jt because after a Den has Ifizzie in a box; declareshe New River and Heilbronn, serviceman enjoys a letter with ammunition. '
diet consist Total of Lbs. Sold Market
|ht nine-month ing principally knows a certain person's fox but Chairman Smith feels confident a thread of I tav 1'uunlnatlJrough t When found In Lakeland, 100,818 at -

hole in which he will place the they are doing what they It. Such a letter Is one he will\ Daugherty was at the home of

of .dehydratedand ''canned llzzard some "raldy" night. Some can in their communities to help. keep and read and re-read. his brother, In bed with the cover

foods, 'a REAL sense of humor he has! put the drive over the top. Chaplatar- C$fter'. talk Is ' culled over his head. He told
.'y ** fifth eSch polite that lie separated from hIs
meal like that ,But the details of CorporalCharles in a series presented
weak f-Jt. the wives* comp lonR near Sarasota' bo'cTluae !
tastes'better: Itoviktnn apon1 ** rely 0 '
than ,manna.Merely'a; : !"snake stork, for today. Anti-Cow Fen e e. problems they .are facing at the t! they hnd,a gun and;; plan
ned a ,
.< ( surmise DtuvklnN" In spur Artillery section prevent time.RecehtJy M
and a native of Frankfort elected, or Daugherty was sentenced' to 30
for appointedto
as yetI years'"here on Aug. 4, 1843 after
U '., awoke one mornIng To Be
e have not sat ) RepairedA the Army Wives' Council of second!
being found of do
,: guilty I
last! month to find a ,
down to, a mealof the Walnut Street USO are Mrs. murder.
manna.) foot pjthon entwined around James C. Liddon, Mis Bruce gree
Ourl menu: the tent Drafter above hishunkmate's renewed effort to keep those Saundprs, and Mrs. Lawrence

roast turkey bed. The Mild mooing, mooching cows out of Thllktng each to serve a term Funeral ThursdayFor

(and your bunk-mute, Sergeant IllllardMurdork town will be made by the city of eight weokn. The Council Walter Underhill
of Marlanna, took it was announced following the plans and assists in I ,
choice of white, program activities
or 'both" meat), corn mealng one look upward after Iaw- Council meeting Tuesday night.A I sponsored by the Club. Life-Long ResidentWalter
klns awakened him and. crew of men is already at t
giblet bean ,
gravy soup It
promptly evacuated. work repairing and practically rebuilding Underhill 65, lifelong I
loan cheese candied ee
yams Rites Held
5h peas, hot parker house Dawkins, a nature lover, had In some place! the fence resident of Bradford County and
email snakes before around around the town that was erected H. C. RichardHenry well-known farmer and cattleman
i fresh butter (and if you've caught
eaten Australian tinned but- home and this was his chance to several years ago to keep the of the Rising section' \ died. l

sou can appreciate the adJe break Into the big time Frank cattle where they belongoUT.The Clinton Richard, president Tuesday night at 11 o'clock, following -

'fresh"), pumpkin pie, and Buck class. He called for a large City has also had some of the Palatka Atlantic National a heart attack at his
encouragement recently from the Bank and a former real- home. ,
I tea Try putting all that in wooden box from the kitchen,
dent of Starke Born April 6, 1883, the of ,
behind State Road Department concern- died suddenly of a son
Army mesa kit without the grabbed:: the reptile Just Pictured above I* the busy scene at the Slate Farmer. Market
head with one Ing the erection of a cattle-gap heart attack while driving his Hardy and Mary Sparkman -
running Into the peas! Its hand egg-shaped unwound the coils from across the new Camp Blanding automobile In Palatka Sunday. Underhill he lived his entire here during one of the peran auction wale which closed last week.A .
American boys all over the life In total of of nut sold at the four auction,
about the rafter with the other, highway east of town. This spot Mr. Richard was a native FlorIdian Bradford County with the 100.818 pound were
rid had turkey today. Our and placed the thrashing pythonIn has long afforded an open pass born at Mlddleburg on exception of a few years spentIn bringing 923,113.06 to approximately 80 grower who marketed
company alone was Is- for cattle into town, but Frostproof.) He was a, member their here.
interfering 1872
the box. There were no> ageway Sept. 26, the son of H. C. crop
hk-450. pounds Of frozen spectators getting in his the construction of a cattle-gap and Emma Buddington Richard of the Corinth Baptist/ County Agent'! I.. T Dyer states that the Male have been "very kt

r Multiply that by way. Within a few days Daw- there was delayed because of the Florida pioneers. He spent his Church. 'atlHfiictory" to grower a* this Inkling buyer from Georgia and

number of companies Injlr kins was the proud possessor of expense Involved in building one boyhood In Jacksonville, later He is survived by his"widow, Florida were present at every Hale and paid the highest market '
Army and then pleaseme that would meet the high specifications Mrs. Margie McRae Underhill;
serpent moving to Starke before attend-
a terrifying giant price prevailing at ho time of sale
where It all conies because of the two daughters), Mrs C. D. Ed.
The 964 question. which, shirtless, he would parade the heavy Army necessary travel over this ing the East Florida Seminaryand wards of Starke and Mrs. David "While many pecans were sold to local buyer, It I.I understoodthat
street Eastman in
ft feast was prepared under down the battery road. College Paulk of Jacksonville/ ; two sons, the auction sales helped to establish. a prevailing price ,to guide
coiled about his manly York City. After graduation
watchful, make Underhill Jack the sales. ,*; Mr. Dyer .tat d.
experienced I opticsur Paul and H. Underhill grower on private win
chest and shoulders.But The City has the necessary material from college he worked for some
French both of Starke two bro- The auction handled State Bureau withS.
mess Sergeant, for ; were by the Marketing
Dawklnsf on hand constructing years for the Standard Oil Co.
Everette "Shine" Fouquler nC4 one snake envies-leant of all this gap and has been seekingthe at Parkersburg, W. Va., where be there, 'Charles Underhill and W. Illatt a* manager lie wax emulated. by Mr. l)yer and other.
ounced Claude Underhill, both of Starke
Foo-quay) from ;
cooperation of the State Road married his first wife Miss :Mary
pklln. La. Every man hade me. Department In furnishing tabor, Neal Warder, He returned to and one sister, Miss Ruby Under-
could eat and there bill of Starke.
were possibly convicts and supervision. Starke in 1906 because of 111
1 and thirds and fourths of the department health and In 1912 Funeral services were held on
Announces A representative was marriedto HEALTH NOTES
ou wanted OPA afternoon at 3 o'clock
them My/ mess was conferring ,with officials Miss Clara Darby Lane who Thursday a-
s piled ao. high in my first here recently' and it is believed survives him. with the Rev. L. D. Haines officiating
( down the long mess line of and interment followed
will soon
that a plan
Pans, and tray of steaming Ceiling On WoodThe worked out whereby the cattle- World Mr. Richard War 1 as served a first overseas lieutenant in In Crosby Cemetery under the direction The Clay-Bradford County Health Unit Is com-
*tic food that I could-hardy be Installed. of Thompson-Williams of unizations in the Public Schools of Brad-
tor gap may with the Fifth Division, returning -
[ away from tti* mess table Gainesville. ford Count
eating, .much: tea **o""back local War Price and Rationing to Palatka to engage in Active pallbearers were Floyd

seconds. Board wishes to notify Full Time Pastor the life Insurance business before- Crosby,' MarQiu. Conner, E. C. On the whole, the results are encouraging but
[Urt. night we had contfn1 the people of Starke and the vicinity For Christian ChurchThe : entering ti>. banking ,field. Lewis, J. R. Kelly T. N. Norman. there are some things which need explanation. '

1 JaP air raids and black. that ceiling prices have been Funeral services were held at and ,Freeman Crosby.
t; were bombed; and ack established on' firewood.A Board of the Christian the home In Palatka at 11 o'clock Diphtheria protection is given in two doses a '

k fragment rained down cord of wood contains 128cubl.c Church met Wednesday, Nov. 29. Tuesday morning and interment Rotarians Told week apart.
Q"'<1 UN, punching hole In stack piled four The most important piece of was in Arlington Cemetery,
that Is a
r tents (but not on us, for feet high; and eight feet long, cut business transacted was the eating South Jacksonville. Of Jap. SchemingC. Typhoid immunization requires three shots one

Were hibernating In tho**+ In four foot lengths. In regular of the Rev. William Green week apart. ,.., t
M. Worthington, of
) But is $16 of Green Cove Springs New
today we have price Smedley Scout'TroopHas
riley dinners, Thanksgiving' cords the new ceiling as a full time pastor for the the Lawtey Methodist Church, Unless the required amount is given the protec q

vices hand concerts and per cord. higher church. All members pledged to Weiner Roast was guest speaker at the Rotary tion is weakened. '
"""' By strands the prices are full Club, Wednesday. Having beena
lay from the work here as a "
' < all except esdial depending on length. support Members of the newlyorganized missionary to the Malay Peninsula Sometimes a mother feels something Is wrong be-

rant a details.l Even the day 36 la. length $12.50 per strand time organization.The Sunday School was organized Boy Scout Troop, sponsored Borneo, Java and Sumatra cause it requires five weeks in all to immunize against ?

zy coot holiday No air: sunny 30 In. length $11.00 per strand strand Sunday with a good at by the Methodist Church, during the 30-year period from diphtheria and typhoid, and she sends word to stop be-

you ee. monotony 24 U. length $ 9.00 tendance. There will be services enjoyed a "hot-dog" supper Monday 1902 to 1931, the speaker des fore the course is completed. This works a hardshipon s

oat of us today counting our 18 in. length 800 perrstrand each Sunday morning and night, night in their regular meet cribed the process of Japanese infiltration The child is still unprotected and schoolwork -

Icrl to see what we have to 12 In.. length $ S 8.00,00 per strand with Sunday School at 10:00: each ing place, the Methodist Recreation that was going on !In has been interrupted in vain, and the time of the
thankful 10 In. length $ morning and Prayer building. those lands even at that early '
for. find that first desiring more com Sunday nurse is wa..ted.Diphtheria .
all Anyone Because of the cold weather
We Wednesday night
are thankful to at Meeting date.Nearly
Americans, Just plete information may Inquire In the at 7:30.: the welners were prepared Indoors every native town would protection should be given at nine

Klg/ rx THE NEWSnew the Ration Board Office be glad I to The Church recently built a by Scoutmaster M. C. Ware have a few Japanese merchantsand months of age again at three years and just before
Armory. Clerks at the back of and AssUtant Olin White, Jr.Mr. doubtless many of these were
school Thatis
apartment the first
CO, Major Ben Hudof information pos 3 room entering school or during year.
Gadaden Ala., caught a give you ,any the church for the convenienceof Ware reports that registration spies, laying the. groundwork for the last immunization for protection against this

ut llzzard 34 Inches long sible. visiting pastors and their fam of boys in the ,new troopis the planned Japanese expansion dread disease. ,
ring over five pound In a of St. Aug. ilies. A new circulating heater coming along fine and he invites Mr. Worthington stated.It .
-nut palm In front of thee Mrs. O. J. Griffin' her .. has been installed In the churchso all who are not already was his general experience.even Your family doctor will gladly help you.
this! uatlne Is here visiting daurter the interior will be comfort Scouts to come to the meeting then that the Jape could not
morning. He had
'tiu1 assistance of ONLY ', Mrs. Ethel M. here Diggs beCause able. Everyone has a special invitation next Monday night at 7:30: o'clock be trusted, the returned mission- -Eva J. IIaroutunlattVT Fn

t 2S: cautious ,enlisted men Griffin was called of little potty Sue to attend the services. and register' ary said.
of the Illness
and half a dozen a
: Biggs "

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.11. 1 I. .:. TWO BRADFORD DEC'f;
; ; 41 GE .. Ktt: ,. .
\ spent last weekend with his fam I sonville were visiting Mr. and Mrs. Chester

,,I. ; THE BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH OPEN SEASON ily.Mr and Mrs C. R. Andrewswere children Mrs. Reddish last weekend.Mr. Andrews. and their Butler Rev, ana Thursday Mr Moo, ate y n0pd Of

and Mrs. Grady Mizell and Fre
I in Gainesville, Monday. children of C
; t f Established 1877 Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Hunt were children of Axon, Ga., were visiting church service.rack80nVIIle n ftteacompaine

j { l' E. L. Matthews _____________ Editor and Owner visiting Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Sapp Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Andrews 1 by Sunday Wd<<.
I 1 nits BUCKSHOT and accompanied and children last weekend. blind MIll c
) ---- ,, and family Sunday were lady who>
j::1 Published Weekly on Fridays and Entered as Second Class Matter (JETS THEM! ALL home by the former's Mr. and Mra. Monroe Barr of and .* She play ha !be D
Jacksonville were visiting her r
at the Poet Office at Starke Florida. Iflly mother, Mrs. Lula Hunt who has talent, an IIII
;; grandparents Mr and Mrs G.
been visiting friends and relativesfor Mr and Mrs.
I I W. Andrews last weekend.
children k0pdt(
two week iaay
11, '.1 + AT THE 65TH Annual Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Normanand Spent
Flowering Trees 9 Mr. and Mrs. E. I* Kelley were Tampa visiting relntit"ekf1l4
Convention of the FlorIda small daughter, Carolyn, of ,
l +' Proposed As Memorials in Lake City Tuesday, shopping. Mr and Mrs.
< Press Association held Mr. and Mrs Allen Howardand Lawtey were visiting Mr and Lamey were Ralph Prevat t
j r 1 ,,1 In Florida Towns at Silver Springs recently, -q children of Starke spent Mrs. A. P. Johns, Sunday. Mrs. Ernie visIting >tr.

;1r the association. approved Thanksgiving with Mr and Mrs. E. A. Sapp, who'la working in Mr. and Mrs.Southerlal1d i
;1 ?; : 1 -. -the! : a'noointme.n.*, of a Memorial Committee charged 3. S. Snowden and family. Jacksonville spent the weekend were visiting Ed Blaay
,4 ;t. with responsibility of providing living memorials Mr. and Mrs. Hermie Kelley with his family a patient in Lake
)\ I ', in the form of flowering trees in honor of deceased and children of Lawtey were Pvt. Harold Crews of Camp Saturday.Mrs. city Eot
and Mrs. E. L. Blanding Is enjoying a few days .
of Mr. Jessie
guests Lee
i'' Florida editors. The first such memorial tree was
for Thanks with his parents. On his returnto is Launby,
and family teaching
r i planted at Silver Springs park during the convention, Kelly Camp he will be transferred County, wa at, Wesconett II e
;I i a' honoring the late Gilbert Freeman ; I : Mrs. Della Thomas) Gus Thomas Mr. and Mrs. Joe Moody and grinding with enjoYing I1b
,\' '; Publisher Edwin A. Menninger of the Stuart News iid and Miss MaryDekle of Jack children were visiting :Mr. and .end. mends Jut

;' \ :, ,. who has made hobby of collecting rare and beauti- 4
" trees and who has thousands in his nursery -
+ r ,r U,4', ful flowering :
1.. I'' at Stuart, gathered from every quarter of the

,1 globe, has generously offered to provide trees without _
!'f,: t cost for such memorials and it is planned to dedicate
't 't' such trees to other editors who passed on during the

li', year and continue the practice in the future. ,
t 1.. } Editor Menninger feels that if Florida civic organizations .

.t:: i would adopt a similar program and sponsor ( Rl ; qkIc )'/
':' the planting of memorial trees in honor of local

f. service men from their communities it would not only:
: '
" ( keep their memory alive but would provide lasting

: beauty for the community

I';' But let Editor Menninger explain his idea in _

: 4 greater detail: _

f "The planting of beautiful trees as living _
'' memorials to men and women in the military service -
Fred C. Belnert-Ct t+land PlainJDoolor
t who fail to return, offers a new field for civic

i organizations in Florida.
I;' 't1; "With the sponsorship of the Florida Press As- ."re+ ; -C,

\.: ,; sociation, this tree planting idea is being presented to ro r

the public by publishers from Pensacola to Key West
because Florida with its warm sun and adequate rainfall -

' i can grow more different kinds of beautiful trees

jv r than any other state in the Union

"Flowering trees are particularly well suited to

f j ti a the purposes of a memorial because at least once a > ,. .
1'1' year they clothe themselves in a mantle of beauty to by J.L.HARREII, ; -

L signalize the renewing of life the dawn of another
Jordan Is a hard road to travel. one time--listen to Keeffee and
J the refreshing of an evergreen memory. If you are financially embarrassed watch to see how much I eat.
., "The offeriansam the earth on both sides chances are 100 to <1 So I say thank the good
p"t t! i4h i of the equator variety of beautiful i that your digestive organs are Lord for a son like Keel tee The kid who

1 i" trees which will grow in Florida, and gradually good. If your credit la O. K. who doesn't eat soup and fm/Jped

;t't t,l ..r through the years courageous experimenters with. the groceryman, your wife doesn't mind telling" his mother

; f 1 have been establishing some of these strangers insists that you go on a diet and to prepare something more
'' here to brighten our landscape. Shade trees to eat soda crackers and strained substantial. AH long as he's ecfe/cctf/on

1 '1 protect us from the hot sun hard-wooded trees soup. on furlough I'll be enjoyinga 7 coffee
t: violent During the Hoover depression furlough; too, from that
,y to protect us from the storm, soil-building
cash and soda cracker diet
was just anscarce
my soup
trees that take chemicals from the water and air
a* hen's". teeth and I they've been trying to keep
4 4Y4 about them to enrich our lands, showy-flowered
had to strain credit with
*; d trees that put beauty in our hearts-these are the groceryman my to the breaking TOMMY is ten. brook for muskrats. So far he's caught

.t". the trees Florida needs and which the tropics of ) point Just to get enough .on.New . . . He lives in Mountain Lakes New a number of the rats, and even a mink.

all the world can so richly and willingly provide. hog and hominy to keep the Jersey. There's a lake in back of the And he has, earned by himself
Jt "The desire to establish memorials for loved undertaker from collecting RiverBy
r house, and a lake in front of the house and in his own name, $200 worth of
? who fail to return from the wars, gives impetus to my life Insurance. Then,
;. {' :c' t N the tree-planting idea all over Florida. Living growing when Mr. Roosevelt finally the School! and between them runs a gay little War Bonds
took and I . . . . . . brook.
i trees much to the over got a job
{ i mean so more community they \ Tommy puts 100% of all he earns

} +! serve than" can any cold piece of stope. Generations 1, still unborn will enjoy the restful shade of Private the New River Baptist Church
on a diet. of War Savings Stamps wasn't filling up onto them to assure himself of a college
Sunday morning
it John Doe's tree or the flowering beauty of Lieut. BillSmith's night by
From what my young friend the pastor Rev. Truby Parrish fast enough, he hit upon the idea of getting education and other benefits in the years
s honor tree on Main Street's parkway-these Wade Gasklns tells there
', are memorials that do not crumble into dust but stay will be about four'tlmes as many continue of Santa this Fe. Night services will help from some rats he knew. So he that lie ahead. We think that a lot of

green in the hearts of men. Suitable metal plaques strawberries set this year as lastrear. year. bought some traps and set them in the his elders could learn from him
Mrs. H. L. Johns the
ry attached to the trees will make John and Bill live on in He Is worried about the spent
weekend with her son-in-law and .
1 their home town for many years to ('come, taking an labor situation and seems to daughter, Mr.: and Mrs Johnny
h1'' active part in the job of making that town a better think that the cost of production Andrews of Lake Butler.

'i place to live. harvesting and delivery Mr. and Mrs. Joe Moody were WARBOMDStoHaveaniHoHoiilCHARLEY
1 "A decision on what kinds of trees to plant charges will\ exceed the net returns In Jacksonville Wednesday visiting -
and he'll be in the position
j I' should be based on considerations of the location Mr. and Mrs. M. R. Rauler-
that I was when I grew my last
:. in Florida whether it is desired to provide just cotton in South Carolina.I son.
i crop
"', p, ; shade or flowers or both, whether the trees must picked and told 20 balesfrom Pfc. Seeber Moody of Charleston E. JOHNS AGENCY

9 be evergreen, what kind of soil will be used, 32 acres which, when S. C., is enjoying a furlough

l + 'k whether the trees will be planted near streets or marketed, left me In debt with his family and friends. GENERAL INSURANCE
t I Pvt. Robert Ward of Camp
"i, '1 ,; cement walks and certain other factors. exactly $30-$2.50 per bale. PHONE FLA.
ai Gorden Johnson, at Tallahassee, 13 STARKE,
I should have made a bale to
.. 1+ t + "The Florida Press Association has appointed a
I tree-planting committee and there is in preparation a the acre, but wan mighty
glad I didn't, for I had to
,r leaflet covering the subject briefly recommending
work five months for wagesto
r more than 100 out-of-the-ordinary trees that suit-
are losses, It .
+ pay my as wa*
I able for memorial plantings and suggesting where they If I had made a good crop of Have a Coca-Cola slat's all have fun

it ' can be obtained. To get a copy of this leaflet, write, 82 baton, I would have had
+ i enclosing lOc, to Russell Kay secretary Florida Press to work eight months Insteadof

f Association, Tampa, Florida" five to pay off my losses
Now if my friend Wade will

T ry1P It seems to us that this living-tree memorial just pray for a real short berry
: 1
: of not over 20 crates
}. project is the best idea that has been advanced in acre crop and not strain his credit per l yP t' 1p eI

t1, z ? a long. long while. Instead of chopping down invaluable paying for a 200 crate yield, he

j trees on the slightest excuse, as has been won't have to work so long for

, the case in most of our communities in recent wages to pay off his losses.
'; ', years, now is the time to reverse the trend and Now I was talking to a bird. I
'' i start planting trees for a more beautiful Florida. hunter friend the other day who
says the woods are full of quail I
i/J/ his season but he can't buy a
{ Return to Religion ONLY A RETURN to re: box of shells for cash, let alone
'' 1t Is Called Key To ligion will solve the credit He also opines that if -S

I '. ii The Delinquency Issue problem of juvenile delinquency you do happen to get your handson I

in the opinionof a box of shells, it's almost e ,t41
Dr. Edwin R. Van Impossible to borrow your nelgh-
Kleeck, Assistant Commissioner of Education in chargeof bor's bird dog for an afternoon
instruction. ot hunting. If the quail are

"This country has gone to great lengths in the plentiful, you haven't the shells;
and If you do have the shells,
1 1 past 20 years to remove any fear of natural or earthly can't bird
you get a dog.
j '1' punishment," Dr. Van Kleeck told 500 Onondaga Just a few days ago my
r + I I teachers at the closing session of their convention. wife received an extra Ionic

V "Human existence has become for too many the two-page letter from our. Hon

t k I?bfj-all'and the end-all. For too many religion has be- Keeffee. .lie generally writes
come merely one page, making excuses because -
; 1 having to do with the conditioned -
'> r ti1 'f reflex or the ductless glands. Since one of the he liium't written be
ll fore. It he ever does write
F t most powerful deterrents to wrongdoing is the fear of
two pages! ho uses the first
a punishment, the wonder is, not that we have so much for excuses and the secondto
j crime, but that we have so little." tell his mother how hungryhe /
'. '/ 1
+ q One small religious denomination lost.40,000 Is for some of her Irled

4: f children from its Sunday schools in 1943, Dr Van chicken. |lOne time he asked

', ,' I fit+ Kleeck said. "The average church, especially by Protestant her to have a big fried chicken S e, or meeting friends, at the Youth Center
tt i denominations spend five times as much dinner, then write him all 1
'' money about It, and on the last
; on music as on religious education page Across the land find youth
programs. you meeting
to get his old friend Henry together to talk, to dance, to have funat
14 r "We have attacked the problem of delinquency Godwin to draw a picture of Youth Centers. And the
center of attraction is
backwards he continues. the wholesome
"Delinquency is the symp- the drum-stick I refreshment t

a ., tom-not the disease. Why treat the sympton? But maybe Jordan Isn't as of Ice-cold Coca-Cola. Yes, she paus that refreshes with '
T .z r "Keep children home on school nights. They hard a road to travel as I've Ice-cold Coca-Cola Ij ,

sah4 i won't get into difficulties if they are home under been> making out. Keeffee says a friendly American Institution. The words lave a ..Co..." are passwords to
r he may be home for New Year's,
,,1 f their parents' eye. Boys and girls like adults, need lf not Christmas, and If he .La I companionship. Coca-Cola stands as a symbol of hospitality and
anchors. They need something to
cling to. In the know his mother will put the
u right sense of the word, they need standards. In the big pot In the little one, and to folks of all ages. JIII
it, as r correct meaning of the word, they need discipline. while he's eating and telling Mom Ie'. natural(or Pap"IOTTLSD

"Children who do not learn to respect authority about this, that and the other ONDU AUTHOIITV Of TNt COCA-COIA COMPANY IY .co._ac4 t0atiY you bdC
to 'mind to behave I can eat-one more time-Just n.. gkc ,
are greatly handicapped in adult STARKE COCA-COLA aU 0.1 (;
r l C life. Discipline should be consistent." aa much aa I want. There are BOTTLING CO. Coca-Cola
two things my wife can't do at

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. . . . . .
Moncrief spent the Mr. and Mrs. J. A.
Thanksgivingholidays Bouvier, Jr.,
Bradford Hi School Journal 'Rural Bond Sales with Misses' Madge for many weeks during Mr.
State Farm
Brownlee and Patsy Ruth Hall Bouvier's recuperation from a
Effective Step In respectively In Stark serious Illness.
ny Mrs*. Bryan \VhHflrlJ
Mrs. A. M. Richarde Mrs.
. . . H'I Mrs. Emma Jackson of Mayo
( a a a a a
Postwar Planning M. Richarde and children came last for
Staff Tornadoes Wednesday a tendays'
Down Cross City BRIDGE nxn MEETINGMrs. and Henry, visited Mrs. Annie visit with Mr. and Mrs. j

rOleepa, Green i WASHINGTON D. C.Secretory: Fielding Chapman enter- R. Norman and Mr and Mis. Jo::. Q. Land. Mrs Jackson was
of Agriculture Claude R. Wickard I J. II. Rltch in Jacksonville Fri-
Bobby Turner To End Victorious SeasonWednesday I today called on American farmersto talned the State Farm Bridge i accompanied by her son Luther
Kor l Biographies Lora I invest all "extra" dollars. In War Club at the home of Mr. and day and Saturday Jackson, who wan on his way
., and Franc Colley Bonds during the Sixth War Loan Mrs. L, F. Chapman last Wednesday Mr. R. D. Whitfield returned to his home at Bay Pines front
P* arntt Hutto night, Nov. 29, the starting line-up. Those seniorsare beginning November 20 as an "ef- home Monday after an extended Mayo.
New9 fective step in postwar planning"for afternoon. At this meet-
y KeenBIograpM BHS Tornadoes wound up a highly : rural America. stay In Frultland Park, her for-
Barbara ing Mrs. Martin Griner won the Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Strickland
**-Dorothy successful grid season In a Billy Burney, who has been Directing his appeal "To the Farm mer home. '
prize for high score. Mrs. Nella and son, Johnnie of Graham,
ers of
America. 'SecretaryWickard
blaze of glory scoring a 51-0 playing fine ball his People Miss :Mildred Williams who Is
Marl Edwards at right end .
1 and said "the farm people of Beavers and Mrs. Leslie Shepherd came Sunday to visit Mr. and
[ News Alton* Kelley win over Cross City at Bradford post and Is the ace pass receiver this country have an outstanding joined the bridge players a student at F.S.C.W.. Tallahassee Mrs A. C. Davis and family.
Marloo Johns Park. pt the squad. Billy will be seen war record. was with Rev. and Mrs. L.
LI Feature*- for "bingo" and Mrs. Beavers With her mother Mrs. Reddishof
lot of
"It still takes a money to
The Tornado A, last
Betty Ilasel Green first string played prominently on the basketball finance the war even though wear war the lucky contestant Rev. Shepherd weekend. Lawtey, Mrs. J. G. Godwin
moat of. the game, contrary to court In the coming season. winning. The single ladle of Grover Alison of Starke was an Overnight guests of Mr. and and son, Harold, were Thanksgiving
Coach }[obb's practice fJt using Robert Barksdale at the other supplying Ute Pacific eater Is a Mrs. W. N. North last Thursday
prial tremendous undertaking. Add to unexpected and enjoyable guest guests of Mr. and Mrs
almost the entire squad In the end position Is one of the best that the equipment which was during the refreshment hour when were Lt. and In. Oscar Beavers Roy Reddish In Webster
anshlp and respect for last few games on the schedule. defensive men on the squad, as needed on Ute invasion roast of Mrs. Chapman served a salad I who were on their way from

ling. of the different The game was witnessed by well as being a standout on of- France the supplies that are Fe- course Hollywood under Navy orders. a a a . a . . .
to knock down the walls
,seems to be lacking InLr perhaps the slimmest crowd of fense. Although weighing only i\ilred of Hitler's now Germany and the total Mrs. Charles Turney and little
academy of learning. the season because of the extreme 155: : pounds he Is very aggressive is staggering. So our lob her at COMMUNITY: CLUB MEETS' daughter JoAnna of Jacksonville Pine Level

ent contest In which all cold and rain that persisted up and has! performed well all sea- home is by no means over just a. The Community Club met last came at the Thanksgivingseason
the the fighting front
Involved turned out until half-time. war. Our on homefront responsibility Tuesday afternoon In the Club for a week's visit with Mr, By Mrs. II.1.. Mn.iRev. ..
were ong other things a mud- The Starke boys played well in son.Phillip Shuford at right guard is twofold: One is to sUck to our rooms. Following routine business and Mrs. C. M. Turney. a a e a . a . . .
has been tower of In lob and do it well until total victory June Caldwell Helen Whit- Mrs. Vance Geiger of Jacksonville
affair and an attempt spite of the slippery field, and a strength Is
won; the other is to buy War and Mrs. W. E. Hall left
St all concerned, for so It the Cross City team was better the center of the line this year Bonds. field and Peggy: Caldwell gave was with her parents Mr.
Why is it that such a than the average encountered by and has certainly done his part "The farm people of this country piano selections. Mrs. P. D. and Mrs. J. M. Bradley from Monday for Dublin Ga., to attend -
have an war Kancher and Mrs. P D. Fancher. Tuesday until Sunday of last a week's revival meeting
thing as this contestto the Tornadoes in their last five toward the successes the Torna- They have achieve a production .
E. Murrhee!
of Hllllar.l will
be turned into what engagements. does have enjoyed. miracle In the face of wartime dif I Jr., were hostesses for the meetIng week. During her stay. Mr.
The Seniors were very Triumph Over NewlxTry Bobby Biggs In the center po- ficulties. Their bond-buying recordis and served sandwiches', cookies Geiger and their son, I3rlLdlt.y.aillo fill Rev. Hall's place at Pine
good, too. as indicated by the fact Level Church, Sunday.J. .
and coffee, made visits to Mr. and Mrs.
madee sition Is holdover from last
remarks Another a
? by some lopsided victory was that farmers and their families purr I H. Hall of Jacksonville wan
of the Juniors. From scored on the Friday night pre- year's squad and performed as chased more than one and a quarter Itradloy and Leslie Bradley, spent
Mrs. J. G. Caldwell entertainedMiss visiting friends here last week
can't be vious to : ably this as he did in the billion dollars'worth of bonds in Thursday and Friday In Jack.
if we the year
see Thanksgiving game I
let's .
out at about 10pet' Jo I
1943. This figures Mary Cnldwell and n sonville with GelgorMm. Mrs. W. D. McRae and children
more congenial 'In schoolr when the Tornadoes defeated I preceding season. cent of their net income. Bradley
j of Galnesvlllo
friendsat of
Camp Blanding Charles MrRaa
. R. I*. McLendon .
out of 590. This Sixth War Loan campaign and non,
all when we get Newberry The visiting Thomas Wadsworth quarter-
her home last Monday nightin and sister Mrs. Willie Lou Rob
is the biggest yet for agriculture
fwe will not want to re- grldders beaten until then only back and captain Is a fine field but never before has agriculture hadso honor of the young service' "Spanky", wero guests of Gainesville erts of Ft. Myem were visiting

the feuds but the ban- by a strong: High Springs team, general and has handled the teamto many dollars that could be put men's immediate transfer. Guests relatives last Friday and !Mr and Mrs. H. M. McRae last

nd outstanding: events of were expected to supply better the best of advantage.R. tion into War of farmers Bonds. coupled The record with produc-favor- In addition to Mlas Caldwell Included Saturday. Friday.
competition. However, they made J. Turner, stellar halfback Guests of Mr and Mrs. J. W
r. able commodity prices, pushed Corp. and Mrs. Royce Cpl. and Mrs. Ronald Wilson
Just two threats to score and and high scorer, proved himselfa their income up to an all-time high King, Misses Dana Thompson and Woodward during the past week and niece, Miss Eleanor Jones
were held just short of the goal valuable asset when he transferred leveL The investment of those extra end were Corp.? and Mrs. Newton
Biographies inflationary dollars In War Bonds Hilda hail Sgt. Olen Poison, were visiting In St. Augustine,
each time. here from Lake Butler. would be the most effective step in Corp. Orville Wright and We. Knox of Fort Worth Texas, and Sunday.

Audrey Fay Crews The Tornadoes have made a Basketball Next postwar planning Rural America Charles McPherson.Dr. 1 Camp Bland Ing, Gardtn Tom of Rev. and Mrs. Hall, Mitts Lu-

:y was born on Septem- remarkable scoring record this Putting away their well-worn could Stake take.:your share tn the future- and Mrs. R. P. Stubblns Tampa and Mr. and Mrs. Aubrey cille Crosby, Miss Odessa Mc '
year, piling up a total of 398 football togs, the Tornadoes will share stake in the Mercer of High Springs.
1924 near the big: city ;your war. 3 spent the Thanksgiving holiday Rae and !Mlns Hanna Crosby were
pton. She began school points to only 64 scored by their start practice immediately for with Mr. and Mrs. Charles Pulley, While on vacation last week among the ones enjoying the

[age of 7' at the Lawtey opponents. They lost only one. the approaching basketball sea- Mrs. R. P. Stubblns, Sr., and K. G. Land visited his son. Roscoe birthday celebration at the home

I High School. After fln- game=the first of the seasonto -:. son. Coach Hobbs hopes that the i MIllS Mary Rivers Stubbins in Land at Ocala from Monday of Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Ward,

|the 9th grade there, she Gainesville. fans who turned out in full force Tallahassee.Mr. until Friday. Sunday In honor of their daughter

dear ole B.H.S. where Six End Grid Camera! I and helped to make the football and Mrs. L. F. Chapmanhad Accompanied by (heir son, Lucille and Mrs. W. E. Hall.

hoping to graduate this The Cross City game marked' Beason a success, will continue to as Thanksgiving; dinner Marshall Bouvtar of Miami Mr. Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Hall and
the end of the grid careers of.. back the boys during the basket- BUY MORE THAN BEFORE guests Rev and Mrs.. Grover All- and Mrs. J. A. Bouvier returned children of Jacksonville spent

| has blond hair and blue six members of the Tornado ball schedule. son of Starke. home Monday from that city the weekend with Mrs Hall's parents t
Caldwell and Doris where the of Mr. and Mrs. H. M. McRae.
1 :5 I feet 6 inches and weighsunds. Misses June they were guests ; ,

Tallahassee or go to Massey Football Queen i
Business College In Jacksonville.
Ill things she wants to be
Is Marie Is an attractive blond Crowned at Event .
kket'per. Bookkeeping; i
with Is 5 feet four I
grey eyes.
eclal like. Her one dislike Closing SeasonNever
tall and.
and one-half inches
jceited people.Bookkeeping .
Is her favorite, weighs 102 pounds. have I witnessed any G

know that she will make I In whatever Marie decides to thing prettier than the crowning 1 q.

i her work. do we know she will succeed. of the Football Queen last Wed HIM

nesday night. That was the high- fOR Lr

.InalItrle! Edwards light of the week and the high- SEAT
e. at she is called, was EUltll'e Lee Kelley, Jr. light it was. The Juniors certainly 1 A A hgat
Sin Brooker September 27, Eustace is 5 feet 11 Inches tall know how to decorate. They SAVE

o Mr and Mrs. A. A. Ed- weighs 135: pouds, and has blonde used as their colors-purple and
gold, which are outstanding. That
hair and brown eyes. He was
will be an event not to be for ciieiii
the age of two she moved born In Pensacola on April 25, IL e /ie
(mail community called Van- 1927. He moved to New River .JJ Miel cu.1UUfIi"
It. During her third year Merry Beth Knight, who was J. :I
during the same year. He stalled( elected Queen, looked even lovllerin
jhool she moved back toiff auo .
It was a happy day -school there and cotlnued until he a blue dress. She had as her It
In the corsage, red carnations. Ida Mae
toker when she returned.she finished the ninth grade.
graduated from the tenth grade he was transferred Johnson was lovely In green rdri

grade. She came to B. II. here where he has come ever dress. She had an her corsage kny

her sophomore since. His likes are baseball and white carnations.
He doesn't have any HarveneVatterson was stun- aw4
hunting. '
special likes are raw car- &
senior ning In plaid skirt and blue 4 N
and typing. Beefliver Isavol.lte special dislikes.' We, the
food. People who class extend to him our hearti- sweater Ann Wilt was strikingin

o call attention to them- est wishes for success. pink and white dress
M. E. W. The Queen was crowned by
are her main dislike.
Coach Hobbs and Coach Geiger
yet> she doesn't know wheth-
presented the Queen with a love
c will attend F.S.C.W. In Senior News
ly orchid corsage ,and gold anklet.
The corsage was given by Mr.
If a Senior comes calling on

STARKE we you have soon,taken don't the be job surprised of selling, for and the gold Mrs anklet Foster was Shi given Smith as and a !; wJ 4r4JJ t I

TRANSFERLocal subscriptions to Curtis magazines.We gift by the Junior Class. _
Wedding bells are in the offingas
will appreciate your coopera- .. ..
another Senior becomes en ,
tion because it will help us to '
gaged. Ellae Green sporting a :
And earn a little needed money. : it
new diamond ring. Happy landIngs
Long Distance One of our popular Senior Elise.

Misses (Lora Crews) has changedto -Suzie

Hauling a Mrs. (Lora Anderson). Mar- !Yk\

jorie Hall also changed her name Band Praised

215 Call St. but she has left us to be near her For CooperationIn '3 / 4I
husband who is stationed In Ala- tI +
bama. School EventsThis

....----- ------ ---- --- -- --....... year our band Is progress-! !
iny very nicely under the direction -
WE CAN USE MORE PULPWOODWRITE .. of Mr. Bates, our band dl-


CONTAINER CORPORATION OF AMERICA sheets New have Instruments been added and, and music a v _5 S-Jt/ j

FERNANDINA, FLA. fund has been set aside to buy ,

-_-... _un ..r... __ _UP- _ --" ---:- uniforms in the future.If .
have ever attended any

FOR SAFETY, COMFORT AND ECONOMY RIDE have of songs our heard and football other the games marches pieces you, playedby school must If you plan a trip before Christmas, go early >

The members of the band have

COURTEOUS CORRECT INFORMATION been very cooperative in playing It will warm your heart to know that a servicebaggage, and to be at the terminal well He- 1
and at as-
for our school games
PLEASE PHONE 147 sembly. We want to take this man or woman will be able to take that precifore departure time.

opportunity to Hhank the mem
bers of the band for this cooperation ous trip home-may be a last furlough before'
UNION BUS STATIONLACY and say that we have enjoyed Florida Motor Lines is doing its utmost to

CONWAY. Agent their playing very much.-M. J. sailing-because you planned your yearend: i "

emple Ave. a, Starke, Florida keep wartime travel moving smoothly- but !
travel in advance.
Future Farmers regardless of year-end travel conditions weYou

Plan Bond EventThe
can help give the armed forces first call pledge_ our full effort to getting our men and

1& DEALINGS F.F.A. chapter is going to

'I hold a war bond auction Saturday on: seats when they need them-and be more women of the service to and from their holiday
of quiet and honorable conduct are December 16. The commIt-

(r the unswerving creed of an old estab tees have been appointed to get comfortable yourself-by traveling EARLY: destinations. :Your continued good-na l

lished and modern system of economical the prizes from the merchants of

__ serving. The to sell chapter school is supplies buildinga IN THE MONTH, and by choosing MIDWEEK . tured cooperation will help buses serve more

land cakes laboratory, pies coca has colas been, etc.fertilized The days. It i is wise, also, to take less people better I

and plowed. Our F.F.A. shop

DEWITT C. JONES manager Russell Judd. has gone
B week's vacation. The F.F.A.

AMBULANCE, SERVICE building has been completed and

the shop is In full use. Our Sec

Funeral Director ond doing President a fine Job Doyle with Conner the help is INK
Phone T of Elmer Johns, vice president. eraUrJl
Our.'treasurer had $161 at our wSth a '

STARKE, FLORIDA last; meeting. ;r

Shirley Judd \
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I : I }41t,. I t SOCIETY and CLUBS Inexpensive Cables School Holidays' 1, SMART GIRL

Carry MessagesTo According to an announcement Hilda Terry-Kin* feature. Syndicate, isle.j .

Men OverseasFor yesterday from the office of the
Superintendent of Public Instruction -
Methodist Circles Christmas Party
\l 60( cents, plus a 6 cent tax, Bradford County Schools
':t Contribute Gifts For WSCS Members you may go into a Western Union will close for the Christmas holi-

( I office and send a cablegram to days on Friday Dec. 22, and reopen ,
For Service W. O. Halle retiring president
{ ,: 'r'k your GI Joe anywhere on the on Monday, Jan. 8. This
ot' Woman's Society of .
: I 4'1 Mrs. Leonard F. Smith was the assisted by foreign fronts, and tell him things applies to all schools in the
; Christian Service M l
C >
hostess to Circle One of" the by picking numbers. county.
Mrs W. ;3. Churchwell, will givea .
,' .,' :; Woman's Society of Christian Christmas party for the mem +Tile code''' number system has o . tIY

Service on Monday afternoon, at bcrs.-of the local society,, on
\: : her home which was decorated afternoon. Dee. IS, at 3:30: ( but it has' been changed a bit to Birth Announcements, :

: \, : ' with red roses and white narehuri. o'clock in the Recreation BuildIng meet new situuations.
,' 1 i\ The meeting waa opened with' 'next to the:Metbodistichurch.Each Each message! must have the 611. Doctor's

," J 'I it.'" ) prayer ,"by, Mrs A, Wood and : member Is requested. ;to soldier's '''or sailor's name, serial '. 't 1 e .WAR Preseripjj t ,

I+. j : i {- Mrs L. D, Vining;' circle chair bring ,a_.small present; 0 and''from! number' and APO, ," and,, of course ,' :A ,)/ ui 1uRwi.. Calls For The Best t tOnce

u ': J :;; t man presided:ovethe meeting. -tum.ViIU, receive a gift you''sign It. o ..... :. .
I"t The, drf'OtloD418B..c.] was ,led, I '" , s' # your doctor
j- the committee in charge. 'I 'OO hat
h'i! .. Then, you 'pick: your, texts by v+ *"{
: by Mrs. Vlnlnr, who read acrip'ture -- - I a prescription he
numbers getting three: For
". \ ,,}'i'\: :, verses -in keeping: with the! ex- 'Mr. and Mrs. Joe Mizell, ;Law- the pltarmadHt for
u J Ladies Auxiliary ample: o w
I, season. '
',. \' Christmas tey, son born Nov 28. compounding. That |Is
32. 66.
r ( ,,:; 'i, Mrs. Titus Olson had, charge The Ladies Auxiliary of the Mr. and Mrs. St.; Clalr Grtffis. we 'come In. Everj
'I' of the program, and at thla time When GI Joe gets It he'll get Uon brought to
1# Presbyterian Church will meet Lawtey, son born Dec. 1. %US 1 II
r ( i Wood Impressive news this: with scientific
: gave Tuesday, Dec. 12, at 8 o'clock Mr. and Mrs. R. H. McCauley, acelifllll!
: L 1 from England on the subject of with Mrs. J. l>'. Simmons. The "All my love, dearest. Kisses. Lawtey, daughter born Dec. 2. the bent quality <]ruyour .
!: "I .,' ; I't' ;; war conditions there; Mrs. E. L. devotional'' will be led by Mrs. My thoughts are with you." whichis prescriptions. )bl'fe, iii
Mr. and Mrs. John Stewart,
l 'I o''" Matthews Mrs. Bertha Pearce V, S. St. John. Mrs. B. C. a nice message for the boy. confidence.e bllek
reviewed Starke, son born Dec. 5. doctor.Carpenter'.
and Mrs. Olson each
Mrs. T. N. Ken-
s Holtzenclorf and But suppose there is news he
1 I articles from the World Outlook drick will -arrange the flowers in Is mightily Interested In, news Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Knouff

"I 1 (,' I+i on the subject of WSCS work In |'the church during the month of from a maternity ward. A young Starke, son born Dec. 5.ift -..... --.--. '

4 1 the United States December. wife might send this: "I'm baying MY winter outfit al the Pail Office this year"--to wear In r'-
'A r her'' -
I ; The Red Cross requested the 83, 86, 103. I 1955.

a I I, '' +''p society to help with Christmas Woman's Club Getting it, GI Joe would read : (- CIRCUIT, FI.OUILIAI COURT, IIIIADPOHOOI"VTV .IV CIIAMCKHV. -

: >>, packages for the soldiers In thei' -maybe to his astonishment: STATE OF FLORIDA to: EuniceB. ember 29th 1944. no 5ko jto
Charlotte whoRe residence Is Shaw- (OFFICIAL /SEAL: ) A. J. Thomas, _
Blanding Hospital and 16 To Meet WednesdayThe Levy }Fornyth Plaintiff VII Knoll
Camp "Son Daughter born. Glad
,' Forsyth, Defendant Case No nee Road Milford Delaware. I As Clerk of Bald Court Starke
: attractive looking packages were If you could send some money." 3t22. You are required to appear on R., ){. Duncan, Jacksonville, Florida Phone 64-1
: handed In at this meeting. The Woman's, Club will meet There is no combination for ORDER OF PUBLICATION January let, 1945, In the above |I Atty. for Pit. 12.1 4t 12-22

;r' ;'" i3, hostess, assisted by Mrs. Matthews Wednesday, Dec. 13, at 4 o'clockIn triplets or quints. STATE AND NOTICE OFFLORIDA TO APPEAR to: Charlotte named plaintiff Court seeks and divorce.cause. Bradford wherein

and Mrs. Vining, served the club building. Mrs. E. K. There are 136 numbers, any o'orllylh whose residence IB County Telegraph shall. publish this
l Russian tea, sandwiches and Ferryman Chairman of the Music three of which may be whipped 838 West Ward. *Avenue, Norfolk, Order In next four weekly issues.
Witness hand and official
my :
,' home-made cookies. Department,, will have charge oft together to give a fairly good You are required to appear on seal at /Starke: Florida this Nov-
Hostesses are Mrs.E. December 18th 1944, in the above ember 28, 1844.OFFICIAL .
t ?
There were 12 members and rogram. line on the situation back home. named Court and cause, wherein
; \ b MV Davis, Mrs. L. Q. "Powell, I plaintiff seeks divorce. Bradford ( SEAL) A.I. Thomas,
t'ti one visitor present. Mr: ;v'"M.;;: C Mayhugh, Mrs ,R. A I County Telegraph shall publish Aa Clerk of ald. Court
SANTA CLAUS thin Order In next four weekly William D. Morgan, Jacksonville, C
: Circle Number Two Green, Mrs., L. A. Davis, Mrs. F. S. Issues. Fla Atty. for Plf. 12-1 4t 1222IN ; # ,
1\ I' r hostess Smith, Mrs. W., E., Torode, and LETTERSDear Witness my hand and official
Mn. E. K. Perryman was
cat at Starke, Florida, this November -
1 i Mrs S. L. Peek.YuJe.tide.season.. 13th, 1844.. : CIRCUIT coniT, BRADFORD
to Circle Two at her home on

'' : a + rr'f Sb W. Madison St. where, the deco *.'. ;.A My name Is Joy I hope you (SEAL) A. Clerk of said Court. Carl Doby Plaintiff vs. Beulah

''I> ',t t ,''+.,Q rations were In keeping with the Mrs t.J. Churchwell led tbeIlefodonallllelJ8lon know where I live because I Knight & Knight Starke, Florida. Holt 3434. Doby Defendant. Case No.
'J .. want you to come to see me.I Attys. for Plf. 11-17 4t !I-II
i > f which was ORDER OF PUBLICATION
}''I t eeMII phe !.wJ&K prayer by Mrs. W. want a big boat and a toy IN CIRCUIT roi'nr. BRADFORD AND NOTICE TO APPEAR
train If can find it. COUNTY. FLOIIIUtl IN CHAM-!!
Mrs. Churchwellgave you STATE OF FLORIDA to: Beulah
E.-MidgletQn.!;:: And 'brother Bill\ wants a tKHY.Henry: Holt Doby whose Residence la Al-
.f :{ "a "beautltful, talk on the my R. Harvel, Plaintiff, VB. bermarle. North Carolina.
color book and a box of colors Mildred Harvel, Defendant. Cane You are required to
subject of what Christmas1 means. appear on
If and a wagon and a tent And I No. 3424. December 23,> 1944, In the above ,
Mrs. A. W Anderson also ORDER OF1 PUBLlCATrONAND named Court and wherein
.'Ii' want and small
a bicycle a one. NOTICE TO APPEAR
plaintiff seeks
u'4 divorce. Bradford
talked the tines of Christmas'
along And a three wheel one for Bill. STATE OF FLORIDA to: Mildred County Telegraph shall publish this
r n ;, nlYt I and means to many peo- And I want a basketball.Dear I Marvel, whose residence la Box 69, Order In next four weekly Issues.
Route No. 1, Gate City Virginia.
ple Inrthe'world today. Concert i Witness my hand and official
You are required to appear on seal at Starke Florida, this No-
singing of favorite Christmas Santa December 18th, 1944, In the above vember 18, 144
: .
all with named Court and cause wherein (OFFICIAL SEAL) A.I. Thomas
was enjoyed by
Assortment songs My name is Betty Ann Den- plaintiff Beekn, divorce. Bradford An Clerk of said Court.
r 1+ a.l Large Mrs. Perryman at the piano. mark. ,I am in the fourth grade. County Telegraph a hall publish Chas R. Hess. ., 204.05 Realty Bide.
f the business session this Order In next tour weekly Jacksonville Fla. Atty. for Pit.
During and
Sometimes I bad
am a girl Issues.
11.24 4t 12-15
$$1.00 to $5.95 plans were made for placing moet the time I am a good girl, Witness my hand and official . dllt 0lf
seal at stark Florida, this No- IN <
flowers In the church during'',the I help my grandmother. A lot vember 15th, 1944. COUNTY CIJU".T, FLOHIUAl' CO I II P. BRADFORD IN CHAN'
M'll d'l e tt d month of December. Each circle' of times I make up four beds (OFFICIAL SEAL) A.I. Thomas CKHY.

made liberal offerings for local before I go to school., Aa Cleric of Said Court.T. William IF Harrelson, Plaintiff vs.
The work and also for China Relief Frank Landrum, Starke. Florida Alberta C. Harrelaon Defendant. MACHINE PERMANENT
Now to tell what I want
you Atty. for Plf.'_ 11.17 4t 12-8 Case No. 342SORDCK .
fund. for Xmaa. I want a.doll and a OF PUF-LICATION

Smart Shop To the .12 members present the box of clothes to let niy doll have. IN COUNTY.FLORIDAI CIRCUIT, COtHT, BRADFORD IN ('JlAN- STATE AND NOTICE OF FLORIDA TO APPEAR to: Alberta . $9.00, .

I ) hostess served refreshments of I want a coat and a pair of riding tKHY.:: w- C. Harrelson whose residence la

7j' a 1 1U AdjacentUd'P.. (). 'hot tea, sandwiches and ,fruit pants. I want you to': bring lery Viola Eldwaritts DelandPtaintlff.,.Dlan, r Bi. >.,vs* Defen HIl- Carolina 907 Front: Street Ueorgetown' ,*Iout": -"y .Includes Shampoo and Style. Setting
cake.Are's me-'what you think I need. Don'tforget dant. Cam No. H28. You are required to w
t j the men over there. I ORDKK i UF PUHLICATTOM' December 23, 1944, In the above .
': n i 1 will leave you a pie on the table 'STATE OK FLORIDA to: Hillery plaintiff seeks and divorce.- cause, Bradford wherein. FOR YOUR HOLIDAY COIF
i t and something to eat. Have a Edward Deland. /Sr: whose residence County Telegraph shall. publish this
-) Is Co. "I", list Fin Eng. Order In next four weekly Issues.
: nice lime.Thanks. Trg. Sec., N. Fort
i' d S tar finest Lewis. Washing- Witness my hand and official
- l for'the things you gave ton.You seal at Htarko. Florida, this No- .
1. : .{ are required to appear on vember 32 1944.
me last year. I still got the December 18th, ,
1944 In the above
; (OFFICIAL/: =A r.) A.I. Thomas
: '' Restaurant things you gave me. I loved named Court and cause, wherein Aa Clerk of said Court. HAIRCUT
",'i' .. them too, I played with them. I plaintiff child.seeks Bradford divorce and custodyof Tele- T. Frank Landrum, Starke. Florida BREEZE
County) Atty. for Pit
1' 11-24 4t -12-15
I j: have already got two Xmas p. graph shall publish this Order in _
", and Bar now from you. next four weekly laauea. IV CIRCUIT COI'RT, BRADFORD $1.00
My Is home Witness my hand and official COUNTY. FLORIDA IN: CHAN.!!
Daddy coming seal at Starke. Florida, this No- C'ERY.'obert: .
Y i w w:4 Xmas. I will be glad to see him.I vember 15th, 1944. T. Carswell Plaintiff VB.
am going to write you when (OFFICIAL SEAL) A.I. ThomasAs Mildred Amanda Yarborough Cars-
Clerk of Said Court.T. well. Defendant. Case No. 3458. 0r
Th Xmas is over this year and thank ORDER OF PANTNOTCETO
Frank Landrum
e Btarko Florida
you for the things you gave me.I Atty for Plf. 11.11' 4t nv -. APPEAR
will have to close now. .: CIRCUIT dred STATE Amanda OF Yarborough FLORIDA Carswell tot Mil ;
Loving dreams and good night Col-MTV.+ FLOKIUAl, CHAN.CFRY. whose residence la 60S Sixteenth !e.j
.. Street Hickory, North Carol" ..
') ,. from a darling little girl. You "'
required to
j Stephen P. Knoll Plaintiff vs. Eunice appear on
B Betty Ann Denmark. K. Knoll, Defendant. Case No. January let 1145 In the above
;:t P. S.-Don't forget to BaY your 3463 named Court and cause,' wherein
se.1J ORDER OF PUBLICATION< necks divorce. Bradford
0\0 prayers. AND NOTICE TO APPEAR County Telegraph shall publish this
Order In next four weekly loitucn
cot\ Witness my hand and official I
.\.oo seal at Starke, Florida this Nov
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S'I \
0 1.\.t\'l.
A 11'ELr -
... .
: -- COME
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I Glad to report that in spite of Ileved to get rid of their uninvited

-v i the shortage; of Xmas merchandise guest . They say there are a
t Call Street Is once more beginning lot of more pleasant jobs than

It, to take on a holiday atmosphere being nursemaid to a two-toed

m Even If they sloth .

'I t Visit Our BaT haven't got much to sell you, the -

storekeepers aren't letting it get Dots an' DaMien: Sarah Jacobs

'em down . They're right there (Mrs. B.) Is vacationing at Miami

4 Newly Decorated with the wreaths and tinsel just Beach ., . The Carlyle (Kewp) l'yt

like always . Most attractive Hitches have transferred back to j q4a
window, to my' notion is the one G'vlllo after
living In St. Augus- ,
k +' , In A Clever B designed by Albert Weinstein of tine a couple of years . Kewp Lg

Main Military, and he deserves a Is again with the Fla. Farm Col-

1 1 iJI a rill Motif great big hand, for he certainly ony . Buddy Bishop (Camp

did work hard on It . They're Shelby) and Davis Gassett (NEI) -I

getting all set for the rush at are now full-fledged corporals : SEE OUR '

the post office and should be able . Vincent (Sam) 'Alvarez, Leon- BEAUTIFULSELECTION '
to keep the situation well In ard Smith and Billy Jackson have -'e' _

t I" hand, what with Louise (Jackson) recently acquired New York APO .., ...

0 Cain up from Key West to help numbers '. ,Marie (formerlywith _
i untangle the Yuletide nightmare 1V '
the USO)
Register be
. can "e __..t,.. b
.8 addressed In care, of the AmericanRed

: SIZZLINGSTEAK Cross Base B, APO :603, San This Secretary Is RJ Beautiful

er' 1j'j .. \ Hear the Sinclair bulk station Francisco, Calif. _:. a Grand Gift
has once more resumed a normal -

LOBSTER course of events after everyone Sorry I won't fee around Val- TABLE

around there was kept busy fora doata, Ga., about 6:30: p. m. Sat- $69.50It

SHRIMP 0 full week petting and pamper- urday to see Fran Opperman become -

CHICKEN ing a two-toed sloth and hoping Mrs. Clarence Joseph Dev- lend.* Importance to ,' t l

the owner would hurry and call lin . Know It'll be a mighty i iJC the room . It given LAMPS

for it and take It away . Re- pretty event . She will be attended you plenty of shelf room

member the lazy animal that by Fran Peek aa mald-of- .-.,desk space and three \ S
m escaped from the fair grounds the honor and others, of her close roomy drawers. You

' i nfght of the hurricane, back In friends planning to go up for the have It In mahogany may, $$5.75 5 up

F'i'hHi t October? . Well, it came to I event are Abbie Baggett, VI and It's authentic to the '
I SANDWICHES light last week-hanging by its Smith Della Rosenberg and Irene last detail.

toes from the fence around the Mathews Fran punched the

"l'' ktIIU4. SALADS Sinclair plant . Harry Tucker clock for the last time at the
and his assistants managed to Camp Blanding Finance Office IT'S
pry It loose from the fence and last Saturday and will remain In YOU CAN DO

made to order, bedded It down In an empty oil Valdosta to be near her Lieutenant -

drum . About a week later, husband, who la now station John H. Denmark Furniture Co.

the sloth's owner, S. J. Golden ed at Camp Gordon ,

was finally traced down to Fort PHONE 151 STARKE FL".

t 325 TEMPLE AVENUE Myers and as soon as notified Well . Goo-bye now . ,
he drove all the way up here to Cotta go see A man about buyinga WE BUY
get his precious pet . Harry Bond . | GOOD USED FURNITURE ]

and his helpers were certainly re- -Carolyn. v



of LOCAL NEWS Mrs. Effle Johns had as quests Lt. James T. Hubner returned News of Colored thinks he is a superman (fenriant. Cass No 84(2. -

Sunday, her son and daughterinlaw to his base In Douglas. Ariz, Tech 3 Walter David Smith, II ORDER OP PI'RLI'ATTONANi
Mr. and Mrs. Freeman Johnsof this week after spending a 10 Men In Service > NOTJCR TO APPEAR
Lake leave baby) brother of Hampton' colored STATE OP FIXmlDA to: Malcolm
City. day with his wife. While
Ethel Moore of New Yorkling Sgt. and Mrs. Garnett Neal are here Lt and Mrs. Hubner, the Roosevelt Smith, principal of school principal, has been 7-07 College Connollywhoeo Place, (*oll rvnldcnea.>.. Point_ j ,

Mra Irving Blum visiting friends and relatives in Mrs. Teasle Mullholand of New former Miss' Dorothy Faxon, visited the Hampton negro school, releases stationed somewhere in the Hawaiian Queens York. County Long Island' Now

k. Nashville, Tenn. this week. York City Is visiting: her brother his parents in Florahome and the following Information Jslands; nearly 19 months You are required to appear on

Mrs. R. M. Johnson and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. his sisters in Jacksonville Lt concerning colored service men but wants to come home He was January lat, lee, In the above
Mrs. Gilbert NewcombI of Graham Louis Shafkln. Hubner from that vicinity: named Court and cause, wherein
Thanksgiving withIn Is spending several weeks with graduated 20 from graduated from the Teacher's plaintiff sucks divorce. Hradford
I I pent relatives near Starke. Douglas Air Field in Douglas. Sgt. England Alexander, son Training Division, Florida Normal I County Telegraph shall publish thla i
Orlando. Mrs. E. S. Mathews Is spending: Arli.. and received his commis- of the late Rev. Willie and Laura College, St. Augustine, in the Order, In nest four weekly lames.Wltneaa .

'Fuller Just arrived this week In Orlando with her sion as Lt. In the Air Alexander of Hampton, returnedto class of '42. my hand and official
Mrs. Harold : Lady. Love .8-, a Corps.Just Shortly after graduation seal at Stark, Florida, this Nov
end relatives in TeJftnes- gored slips, $2.25'ana $&.03.a.t< I ILeIla' son-in-law and daughters Dr !and ; the States from the African no accepted: the armed ember. 17. 144.OFFICIAL a
dog Mrs H. B. McLendon. arrived l : Lady Love 8- last
campaign fall. At that time- service Instead of ( fUGAL) A. J, Thomas,
week. gored aUpti, f 2.J5 ,and ".98, atLelIa's. our share of the Red Cross fund a position backat Ae Clerk of ..ltl. Court
Walter .
his C
alma mater.IN
IlarfleMy, Daytona Beach,
SHU bard and A. oF. MurrL ( J. W. Prather ,tias returned to Cpl. and Mrs. Resale Colson was uncertain Sgt. Alexander rite.. Atly.? for IMf. U-i 4t lttt ;

shopping in' Ocala'on his home In: Loa .Angeles,' Calif., and daughter. Dianne; of Valdosta gave epq t speed at. ,the Baptist
we.k-end: Mra. H. E, Tucker returned CIRCUIT rot'HT. nn A promtI'Ot'.NT
after spending 10. days'with his Cawere, guests Church which aroused so much *. FI.OHIOAl Y08
arents <' ,eft,Xi': and 'Mr .l j l1'1 tlme. Saturday from Woodhaven/ Long Interest : t'11AV.CwRY keep.b J 11
T> Mr. 'andrMr.. :w: c. .., .''f" 'I".t,; Island where she.. called until Hampton's ,colored j ,
Jvaa) i
il nnl'n a Connolly I
Dorothy e Bn ,
Lewis spent the Trainer.; Hla brother Joe : Red Cross quota jumped to the '
Irene of>th.-aeel'1entaf'.death Plaintiff .. Malcolm E4
Mrs : Warrant Officer eitl i Jrs. O. of v Connolly: U -4 WAR 8OMDSr
d l: with her sister.. : 'of Lynch; Ky:, was'aiao home on half-way mark Immediately after ,
her nephew Michael LaMon. On
Thomas in pade City., a visit... A. Smith returned last,week froma his speech. i' ,
Vi, her return she fora
visit with relatives In Arkansas
Since '"
visit with relatives In our last "mercy" drive, THESE WOMEN. TIER ONLY CHOICE 1. :
and Salt Lake City, Utah. Georgiaand Alexander has been stationedat . t
__!_= SgtJ. "
was accompanied home by Gregory D'A..Io. ;
Mrs. Effie Johns Thanks- Mrs. M. Schuster of Savannah, the Veterans Hospital In .n1 yO
spent Oteen, N. C., where he was sent \
:: giving In Jacksonville with her Ga. to recuperate. He has recently 0" e .' i 'vf'

tiME ulster and niece, Mrs. Mena Mc. : ': ,
A S Mr. and Mrs. T. C Chastain received an honorable discharge.
IS1 Crutchen and Mrs J. J. Gross. :
C.U have returned from a visit with .
t Pvt. Frank Burgman who was o
Alit their son Carlton Chastain. whoIs
NER DON'T FORGET: We box and reared in Hampton and Is a J- "

wrap your gift No extra charge.Leila's stationed at Camp Peary near nephew of the pastor of the )'
Wllllamsburg, Va. While
Dress Shop. away Macedonia Baptist Church, Is ;1.
they visited In Washington D. C.,
serving/ the South Pacific. He ,
:J. L. Sweat Is and other points ,of interest Mm. o "I.
Navy cook sent a' beautiful necklace to one ,l
spending a IS day leave with his Carlton Chastain who went up of his friends. This string of (,ARMENTf .-, ::1
parents, Mr. and Mrs. with them, remained In Virginiato r ; v
Perry be near her husband. jewels waR made by people who --- / ,g h
Sweat. He Is stationed In Pen- had very little training. .
J ;
sacola. Shop now for bent selection of '
Cpl. George Wallace brother ,,
Xmas gift at Lrllu'a. of ATIS 'E,' '
Louis Shafkin and Eric Hyde, Rev. Preston Perry of Hampton, .\ ,

who have \been In the State Farm Mrs. W H. Graham and child. Is serving with an infantry out '""." t

Hospital for several weeks, will ren. Hank and Joalyce, returned fit in Alaska. He says he is In ., /
return to their homes this week Friday to their home In Brunswick good health and sometimes he .'1;"

end. Ga., after a week's visit ,!. :;
with Mr. and Mrs. D. A. Monteith. and daughter-in-law, Major and >: ,;!,
Mrs. Richard O. Kldd and Mrs. Harold C. Wall, in St. Aug ., .
They were accompanied home by
children spent Thanksgiving DayIn W. H. Graham, BM 1-c, who has ustine. (

Hawthorne with Capt. KIdd's been In Key West for the past Tech. Sgt. Davis Wills Mozo, : i. ;
granmother, Mrs. W. H. Hel-
three weeks receiving special son of Mrs. Lula Liddon Mozo, irJIt
training. has returned to his home in Jack- , 111 \
Mr. and Mrs. S. Weldon and Friends ofV.. L. Wall regretto sonville after 24 months over-seas 1j.'':*
4. Mod la U.J.A. In the European theater ,of "'1'''''
4A. children spent Thanksgiving DayIn know that he has been quite oper- '
rrr' M loi\?
Winter Park with :Mrs. Wei- ations. The Liddon family lived
III in St. Vincent's Hospital in i. "ti
don's parents, Mr. and Mrs. D. Jacksonville. He has recently returned here for many years and have I" ; ,,,:
numbers of old friends and relaIves
R. Shaffer. to his home, but is still .r '
in Starke. a"Sorry
confined to his bed. Mrs. Wall .i.I

Gut sit. Sgt. Hubert H. Fletcher, who Is has also returned home after Shop now for the best selection yo don'l Ilk. It, Ma'am. May I suggest a bond then for s REAl. 4

stationed In Daytona Beach, spent spending a while with her son of Xmaa Gilts at Leila's'! foaad.lon:1.
Thanksgiving here with his "\tI":(IfI l

mother Mrs. J A. Tucker and '
._ f : f
A Jr.. Tucker. a .. ,
yJI1tt . i

$|50 :Mrs. Allan Long and small son, \ / .t',, -" ,
Allan Robbins, have arrived from .
Chicago, 111., to spend the winter i -0-3 i1 '.' ./.
YU'B adorable exclusive rolled is called '" \
CHEN top bag with Mrs. Long's mother-in-law i "

le,and rightly 89. It's so gayly styled i in colorful Mrs. F. H. Long. "'" '","!'};I

celanese taffeta with a contrasting lining that it makesthe Mrs. E. W. Jones of Bartow, Jfrwthqit !. ..+
'! ..
Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Wilson and ; ,
kind of gift set women of today adore.Your choiceof J. ,'?i i
Mrs. W. L. Wall were Thanksgiving ,
different styles and exciting colors. dinner guests of Mr. and ;' "

Mrs. Junius Smith. ,rtX:

CHIN YU Oin SITS MOM 75f TO $?rO (tax extra) "'" have a beautiful selection Outstanding value In beautiful pieces of fine jewelry I : "

of Xmas nlf
[ night gown and robe sets, gowns, "
handkerchief and scarfs. Shopat

Lella'H. at THE STAG, 139 W. Call Street y

LRT & CALL ST. STAKKE, FLORIDA Mrs. Tolbert Black and son
Jimmie, of Jack sonville were

thanksgiving guests of Mrs.Black's Ladies' 17-Jewel MAN'S WRIST Ladle.l1' 1-Jewel a ; r
parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. CROTON
17 J( WATCH "
N. Kendrick. CHASE .
LOU IS" .,
.U..II, Adl.rII.ed. t f
Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Edwardsand Nationally Adtertlned -'

NAT SEZ: daughter, Fredrlka of Jacksonville 0 WRIST WATCH Nationally LGr' UltlST! VATCII ''ill
of .1b
were weekend guests

I see by the paper wherethey're Mrs. W. H. Struth and Miss Kate I'INK- OK Known HOIJII HOLD ; ., r ri x
Struth. Mrs. Struth returned to Tti o :sa C'AMKPINK
having a 6th'a.. Loan YELLOW GOLD 1bI #
Mrs. Ed- i '.
spend the week with
Drive In some parts of the oun- or i r yl+r
try. But Judging from sale here wards and another daughter, Mrs. 50 u' YKLLOW: GOU } I
J' #1 42. o. t ,
of Jacksonville.
'ft'\:,7. // up to date I guess it liaan't hit Bauknlght
i ;> Oh well, ill Federal) TaInrludinl
County yet. I Levy Canova Jr., who was 59 95
Federal Tax Included 1".1. Tax Inrl.St .
water, .
you can lead a horse to for a week in Riverside Hospital

but you can't make him drink. hI now much Improved and was
You can offer the people the best brought home Tuesday. His mother

bargain In the world., but you Mrs. L. A. Canova, spent the &iela! BriJJ Set
can't make 'em buy. I can't believe entire time with her son In the Buy r )

we'r gonna fall thin time hospital.

but It looks pretty bad right now. A LOVELY "LIFE-TIME" GIFT HANDSOMELY CARVED '
Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Rennoldshad Another

dinner 11-CARAT '
as Thanksgiving
Ilrllllunt Itlne \Vhlto
guests :Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Pet- War SETTING
large diamond with ,
tit, Sr., and daughter, :Mrs. Will t -
two lima II.-I' stones In
lam Olivenbaum of Gainesville '
a beautiful II k. Net i-
I Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Pettit Jr., Bond DIAMOND r
ting.V lillnjf band j
of Alachua, Mr. and Mrs Charley ; 4
Met with full cut diamond _
Johns and family, Mrs Gloria .
Greene, J. F. Klckliter, Homer E. rGg

Johns, and Mrs. C. F. Ward .,
OTHERBRIDAL $75 .00 .t
Mrs. E. L. Williamson and $ SETS xwFlrl.

granddaughters. Patsy Dew and FKOM I $2;:
Sandra Tarratus, will leave Saturday Federal Tar!: Included Ta!;: Incl. y

for New Orleans, La., to I

I j Mrs.make Arthur their home Harltos.with Miss Mr. and Ar- MEN'S SOLID GOLD Ladles' Beautifully Worked a '

line Dew Is already In New Or

leans. Birthstone Birthstone Rings GOLD LOCKETS

We have a beautiful Detection

of Xmas Klftn. Costume Jewelry,
I& k night gown and robe sets" gown, Ring

handkerchief and *carf.. Shopat

Leila's. A 4 V
Lt. Ralph Rhodes and Lt. Sher- t

.,- ry Dare, a friend whose home I Is PleasingGift
y A In Chicago spent the weekend

.. .. . here with Lt. Rhodes' mother; u .tt
Mrs. D. A. Monteith, and fam HOLD TWO 1'ICTLTEH j
They were on their way Massively 19.50 *.

fl allil CCi S= from center the Air at Force's Miami to redistribution Louisiana Handsome 12.50 From $2.95 w ,AIIm "

where they will be stationedas

'fI'" instructors. Plus 20 per cent Federal Tax

DON'T FORGET J We box and

HOLEPROOF39c wrap your gift* No extra charge.
Leila's. Dross Shop.

Among those attending the GOLD CROSS ,

& 50C funeral of H. C. Richard In Pa- STAG:

latka Tuesday were Mrs. S. L. i1

Peek, Miss Frances Peek. Mr. and

Part Wool 6ScSternberg's Mrs. J. )[. Darby, Mr. and Mrs.

Frank Wilson Mr. and Mrs. Joe .
Hoover. W. A. Bell.! ent. Mrs. R.
S. Fernandez, Mrs. E. E. Lansing. *" A NAME TOIl E M E M BEll

A Perfect Xmaa Gift
Mrs Evelyn Maddrix and Children A Complete.lsi3ttrtment ,3

Mary and Bobby, spent $5.95 139 W. Call St. Expert Watch Repairing For Every Tastep s ,

Thanksgiving with her parents,
Mr and Mrs. A. F. Sauls.

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;.. j .'. PAGE SIX I ..

,, '}., .;'i :, reading the Telegraph In the com- on sea duty. We are permitted, ustine and Mrs. E. E. Hardin and .
however, to addresses of son, Frank, of Jacksonville, spent
publish LAND SAKES
: forts of home.
': ;, Service Parade men who are still at stations in Tuesday &II guests of Mr. and
ft,1 fine.
\ ,1 ,,I Like your Service Parade the States. Mrs. M L. Watterson. WHY QI<<
of the fellows from { HlllIfQ1JA
cad Hope many Gainesville,
; 1 t .1'' t'' fmrrnt and frlrnd of mmtru men nr 0 emkrd to brlns; new... __ Steve Starling, Jr., Sea. 2-c, Those shopping In BAKE?
a' 1 ..I..t.reto The Trlnrremh for publlrntlon... e.r.lre> and wo Starke, now In the service, will were: Mrs. H. D. May,
.. telling of their ctlltlru.IN USN, ATB, Camp 2, Plat. 69.
write The TrlrK pli
>, .. are coked ta take the opportunity of letting Mrs.
Mr. and When can :
Mrs. Jim Sucech, you
I ; Group 201, Div 12, Ft Pierce, 1 1\(;." m. "
, .\ their friends hear from them Wilbert Hall, L. A. Wynn, Mrs.T. get such delicious .
in Europe .
o ;. , CHEMICAL WARFARE Strategic Air Forces through your columns. Fla.Gordon C. ChastaIn Mrs. Lizzie cakes and I .
I the Co.
served 3-c
Sgt. Chambers has Weest, MOMM ,
,t Platoon Sgt. Jack T. Richardson Yours truly, Marvin Williams, at . ,
past 18 months as a flight test D. Hdq. Plt., USNCDV Class 9, Wynn, Mrs. pastries Start
j 1 \y: 'r; :. son of Guy Richardson of Eugene V. Chason, Rd. M 3-c Mrs. :M. M. Mtetchett, Mrs. May Your
'ti asked for com-
When Pierce Fla. Post.JJ'
A Ft. ,
q, 1 ;, ;j'' Starke, baa been graduated from Inspector. U.S.S. Eugene, P.F. 40, C. G. TB Mrs. Claude May and THE Planning
'"' location he PHM 3-c. 27 Sweeney NOW
,;0' the Marina Corps' Chemical Warfare -, ment on his present c-o FPO, San Francisco, Calif. John B. McCall, !
't r t . r I School at Camp Pendleton said: "This tea is getting me Repl. Draft T.C., FMF, SDA, son, Dick. and children LAPPE BAKERY Place Your
Mrs. W. W. Hicks Order
', Oceanside, Calif. He will be assigned down. BACK FROM PACIFIC Camp Pendelton, Oceanside, Cal. in Jacksonvillewith The New"
i Pfc. Clifford B. Browning, Co. spent Following
,' to Marine Corps combat -
: AppsBENDiX
LETTER FROM CIIASON Tech 5 Lonnie Forsyth, who Misses Juanlta and Helen
. : ) unit going into the field< He Pacific K, 9th Bn., 3rd Regt., AGF Repl.
; Southwest -
has served 34 overseas -
: l' has served overseas for 28 months Depot 2, Fort Ord, Calif.J. Kalch. -
Dear :Mr. Matthews:. in the Southwest Pacific with the Mrs. Willie Fay Steele and
with Marine S. Eunice, Jr., A-S, Co. 1954,
assigned to a warship a -
s 1 r : Detachment. Here's hoping I'm' not late In Quartermaster Corps, has returned USNTC; Great Lakes, Dl. son, Johnnie, of Jacksonville were SOLDIERS, SAILORS

t' '" ; remitting my subscription tt41 to the States under the Pvt. Ernest T. Phillips Co. C, weekend guests of her sister-in- AUTOMATIC

r,1i::;;1 .t .lid'' .i TOO MUCH TEA .as I would miss the Telegraphvery rotation furlough plan and reported 329 Glider. Inf.. Camp Mackall, law, Mrs! Doris"Hicks AND MARINES: HOME LAUNDRY
:, much. Enjoy Carolyn Call- to Fort McPherson, Ga., for '.: .Mils Ophelia 'Bryan returned
N. C. -
;\ George S. Chambers, son of -
to reassignment. He will enjoy a Monday evening after spend-
Be sure on
Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Chambers oft street Immensely. S. Sgt. W C. Rhoden, 420th
:, ; his home here before at her home In HOT
her of furlough at ing several days Poi'REFRIGERATO
give plenty apace. Jackson,
h' $ the State Farm and husband of Ord. Evac. Co., Fort .
'. station.WELL
; reporting to his new Jasper
Mrs. Bertie M. Chambers, has Censorship regulations won'tpermit S. C R9
j. .
Fort Ben-
r. Eiland,
1 been promoted from the grade me to say where anror Pvt. W. C. Clemons, Jr., Co. G, Pvt. Marvin .. \.. RANGES
f REPRESENTED Ga., spent a brief leave at "''i ": ....
y, r : of seYgeant to staff sergeant, according to what duties I am assigned, 88th Glider Inf., Camp Mackall, ning ... WATER
with his parents, Mr. A HEATERS
O. W, Durham, justice of the home
i ; to an announcement by but can say that hopingIt N. C.Pvt..
': t .. +" Air Service Command, U. S. won't be long until I'm back peace at Lawtey claims 'to be Ovid L. Futch, MAD, NTC, Mrs. Dan Elland. -- -
dt. well represented Sampson, N. Y. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Horne As These Become AvJ
in the Navy and family were recent visitorsto They all
Arthur W. Swambom, AMM able We Will Fill o"In

' .i FAIL TO His son, Pau 1-c, Day Engineers!, Daytona Gainesville. Order of

\1' M. Durban Beach, Fla. . . . . . . LIKE to EATat Appjt!
(pictured a
Thos. Carlton Chastain, Jr., --

O t\ VISIT left) has been Sea 2-c, Ships Co. Grounds, Camp SunnybrookBy BED LAMPS
: in the Navy fo the
;} ; : : two ant Peary, Va. & DESK
years LAMP
W. C. Powell, Sea. 2-c, S.P. Mrs. Arsula Crawford
THE Is a 2nd claat "G" Class 10-45, See C, Naval e . . . . . e

petty Three othtei" Gunery Range, NAS, Pensacola, Mrs. Arsula Crawford and baby, RADIO

j.. : ; DAVIS SANDWICH SHOP sons, Russell Fla.Major Ralph Cox, 720th F.A. Shirley Ann, spent several daysIn
Roy and Arthur Texas. Lake Butler visiting Mr. and
Bn.. Camp Hood,
y Durhamhave Mrs. C. C. Crawford and Mr. SERVICE
WHERE Cpl. Leon Rosenberg H. &: C.
been ir Sqd., let TOO, 1st LW Unit 45, and Mrs. Cyril McLeod recently.

the Navy iron'. Team B, Baler Field, Alexandria, Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Crosby and Corner Call & CherryFeaturing
four to children, Mrs. Arsula Crawfordand

p FRESH DO NUTS months each and are now. at the La.K.. Merrill Struth, Military Tra. baby, and Mr. and- Mrs. W. e WINKLER(
Jacksonville Naval Air .Station. L. Crosby attended the cane
Det. USN ABD, Fort Hueneme, ,
Can Be Seen Being Made Every Minute His son-in-law, W. D. Donnell, is Calif. grinding Friday night at the the best ELECTRIC
serving with the Navy in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Frank

::4 Take Home A Dozen South Pacific, and Mr. Durham SPONIIOLTZ IN ENGLAND Norman of Water Oak; Steaks Chops

also has four nephews and three Pvt. William Crosby of Camp SERVICE
40c DozenHAMBURGERS cousins in the service. e
per Blandlng was visiting: his parents Open 9 A. M.-9 P M.
Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Crosby, Sun- 226 Temple Ave.PEARL'S .
GRIFFIS IN HOSPITAL y-4 Daily Except Thursdays

Cpl. Harold M. Grlrfts. son of "" day.Mrs.. Beulah Kelly is spending

'' ? Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Griff of i' : b this week in Jacksonville visiting!
Made From Fresh Ground Sirloin Steak .
Starke haa returned to the I Mr. and Mrs. Dewey Woods. .

States after four months In England : ". Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Bennett and ...

''1 Swift's Premium Pure FloridaORANGEADE and France and is now in __ __ daughters, Jackie and Seaman2c

the Valley Forge General Hos- L Lazelle Bennett of Eustis, G. PLACE

I pital, Phoenixvllle, Pa. He was M. Bennett, Jan and Wayne

itf !, HOT DOGS a clerk with an infantry outfit :''r Mundorf of Starke spent Sunday

while overseas and was Inductedat afternoon with Mr.: and Mrs. STEAK CHOP

-, OPEN EVERY DAY TIL 12 MIDNIGHT Camp Blandlng in September Floyd Crosby.
1942. Mrs. Trudie Crosby of Max-:
i Closed All Day Each Friday vllle Is spending several days CHICKENSEA
.' here with Mr. and Mrs. C. C. -
:. rtt
..... 1I.i' Crosby and family. !!
::11 ,I ,, .""- Pvt. Harold Crews of Camp FOOD
Blanding is spending a furloughhere

,"., with his parents, Mr. and

1's" |<< Wonder Gift Shop :l 14 r' __ Mrs.Mr.Kirby and Mrs.Crews.J. N. Kelly spent iA ,. BEERSandwiches

I several days last week with rela-

; ',
Lt. Milo M. Sponholtz 13: now Rising were guests of Mr. and i
<'< .
stationed with a, bomb squadronin I .
Mrs. J. R. Kelly, Sunday.Mrs.
100 ey :l England and has been over- C. C. Crosby and sons, NOW OPEN 321 Temple A7fbo
110 rt
foil that he likes the English people sula Crawford and baby, Shirley

1 << the S and Is getting along fine, but a Ann, were transacting: business in
"" few more letters from his friends Lake Butler Friday.
Wonder Gift Shop [
p 0 ,, J Bennett left would make him feel even bet-
( l ; ( ) and Johnny -

D .?..., ,, Z;. Bennett (right) are brothers ter.His DoltYtarstll-otHomt"

\: l I who still like to think of Lawteyas brother, Midshipman LelandB.
tc 6,000 their home, although they are Sponholtz, is training at Cor- S'J
nell Hla address is
University. :
now serving In
1 GIFTS and 9 widely separated PERMANENT WAVE K!
} P branches of the service. Mid'n. Leland B. Sponholtz,
Complete' with eurlant, .
i' USNR, N.T.S., 'Mennen Hall 105, r .fftehemnooendwiiveeet
SOUVENIRS ft Paul Is a Seaman 1-c with the *%U
: Cornell University, Ithaca, N. Y. iff ever to In and eafe lor every type of *JJ
Coast Guard and wears the Med hftlr. For unnilDif reunite-be eure ta YJt W
L: i:tjj ; iterranean Theatre and Good Con- . .. . . . . . KOCH DRUG STORE
t duct ribbons. He recently returned

G See OurALLIGATOR to: sea duty after spending a Hampton

{\ leave at home with his wife and
l bIP
t, 4 II .", also his sister, Mrs. G. L. --
Sapp. By Sir. M. C. Swooney _=
1c: D BILL FOLDS While here he was honored witha . . . . . . :

family birthday dinner on his
<< MRS. CARRIE KLCIIThe {Worried over women?
i APPROPRIATE GIFTS FOR EVERY birthday anniversary, Oct. 21.
tK \ funeral of Mrs. Carrie
Pfc. Johnny Bennett is now in Worried over dough?
MEMBER OF THE FAMILY Holland with an infantry outfit. Kalch. who died at her home in

He has been overseas two years Jacksonville, Wednesday mornIng If You Want to Worried over Hitler? -

'I : j4'e' $ and four months and while in November,29th, was held at That dirty so-and-so!

REMEMBER England married an English girl. the First Baptist Church, Friday. Keep Your Home ?

They now have a son who is 14 at 2:30: p. m. The Rev. L. G. Worried over coupons

: f WAR BONDS MAKE IDEAL', GIFTS' months old. Hemmlngway of Starke officiat- W Or your income tax? -
Ing. Pallbearers were Arch have reliable automobile worries,
Thomas of Starke, C. Van AI- No matter what your

' % IN NAVAL HOSPITAL stine, K. B. Watterson, L. J. insurance. A serious accident RELAX !11!
: WE WRAP MAIL INSURE Coxswain John R. Odom, is now Forget it, pal -
' In the U. S. Naval Wynn, W. H. Griffin and M. L. result the
; > 1 ft and stamp with "Do Not Open )f St. Albans, Long Island.Hospital He,at is Watterson. Interment was at may in loss
'Til Xmas" Seal \ there for a rest and physical Santa Fe cemetery. Mrs. KalchIs of your home.

K i 4 And What Better Place to
1.t. R. Kalch of Hampton, and three
.l rips on a transport
E. Johns
daughters, Mrs.Fay Steele, Jua-
hauling troops and supplies. He
nita and Helen Kalch of Jacksonville
has been in the Navy for 28 AgencyPhone its'fllBob
five eons, G. W. Hicks ion's
Old Place months. IS
Sarge's of Jacksonville, Clarence Hicks STARKE, FLA.

of Starke., Woodrow Hicks of U.
l S. Marine Service, Olen Hicks of ,
STARKE'S ORIGINAL Pfc. Raymond B. Bryan of HcprMM tine THE TRAVELERS, Hartford
United States Army in France,
Starke Is serving in the European
and L. R. Kalch, Jr., of U. S.
theatre with an ordnance
Navy. Sincere sympathy is ex-
any which patrols 200 miles of
tended to the bereaved ones by
the "Red Ball"
; super-express
this: community.TO .
highway each day, repairing a
r1 daily average of SO disabled med- PRESENT' COMEDY s +

6 is ium trucks in order that A
'" v v I II supplies comedy sketch "Boners

may roll speedily to frontline Schoolroom" wil be presented on
.x : AuthorizedBy
} 1. troops. The unit carries two Friday evening. Dec 8, 8:00: p.

I The War Department teams: of mechanics, welders, m., at the Hampton School audi

Blacksmiths, etc., who work Just torium. Local talent is employed,
-- like civilian garagemen with a "bona fide" professor in

{ ? r Operated the principal role. Miss Edna

AN INSTRUCTOR Dudley Is directing the play and SHAFKIN'STR'E

L ;' By an Ex-Soldier Cpl. Samuel T. Simpson, for- there is a laugh a minute.
il merly of Bradford County, is now '
Archie Elland 'of< the Merchant
stationed In Ft. Leonard Wood,
Marine arrived Tuesday night to
HEADQUARTERSFOR Mo. He is an Instructor In the
spend a 21 day leave with his
a ALL MILITARY SUPPLIES Engineer Corps and has been In wife, Mrs. Dorothy Elland and STORE
:* service a His father wasa
year. his parents, Mr. and Mrs, L. D.
; former pastor of the Methodist
+ Church here and his mother; Mrs. ALL SOLDIERS
( Mrs.' Marlon Jones Gnann and
Pearl Simpson, Is living In Miami.
children Florrle and Jimmy, and
Cpl. Simpson's address is Co. D,
Ben Sus'low'sArmy Mildred Smith all of Jacksonvillespent :
31st E. T. Bn.. Ft. Leonard Wood
the Thanksgiving holidays
Mo. !
with Mrj. Gnann's sisters Mrs.C. SED !

L. May and Mrs. M. C. Sween-

Store Telegraph regrets that the ey.Mrs.. Uncle Sealey had as her Unif01i
Office of Censorship does not Jewelry Gifts
guest over Thanksgivingher
as. rl ,, 209 E. Call Street Starke, Fla. permit'the publication: of addresses daughter, Shirley, of Cltra.
a of men who are overseas or Mrs. Rush Dover of St. Aug-

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,. 1 In Macclenny. :Mr and Mrs. Twelve-Year-Old Boy Gut To Break Record .
Sapp are residing with his par- ; JERRY'SJERRY'SJERRY'S

,S"'aOU'. ".. .ELL"EtlTA1'ratori f RJflAI.MwtUer Lawtey ents at presentFKLLOU'SHII' Sold $373,300 in Three Previous Campaigns en c...

pr.P rtir. .... mm*d.over By EVKL.YNK WARRENHOSIERSAP1 : SUI'I'Elt
.. The Youth Fellowship membersof E-A-T H-E-R-E
.me.-F..e- .
J. . . . .
.r" ".". all.**r th* e e . . the Methodist Church were

, REALTY llttlBB. AGENCY I. WEDDINGThe parsonage entertained with Sunday a delicious night In sup-the t:3: IF YOU LIKE IIO\IE: COOKING .<

Represented marriage of Minn Mary per. Hostesses were Mrs. Worth- +t;. ,xN ti : en
: :
Locally byI Rosier daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ington, Mrs. Truby Wainwright, '
J. E. Rosier and Wallen Sapp and Mrs. Jake Shuford. Those I I 'r
HOLLINGSWORTHi" Walnut St. son of Mrs. Arthur Pearce took present were: Miss Enxa Blanch- CHILI _ HOT DOGS
8. place Sunday night at 9 o'clock ard. Mrs. M. B. Wells Mrs. H. C.

Kelly Misses Lou and Ada Edwards SANDWICHES y"
Miss Gwen Shuford and:
Miss Marguerite Wainwright Al- OUR SPECIALTY
vin Lewis Jack and Dan Wain-' ;41 ys < t:3: Call St. Next Door To Western V.loR s '
weight BUly Edwards and Er-
nest Wells. After the supper a en
Fellowship program was held. JERRY'S-JERRY'S-JERRY'S
Mr. and :Mrs. J. T. Adkins of
Spotlight Bainbridge. Ga., were weekend
ar guests of their son-in-law and m s !
UV Values daughter Mr. and Mrs. James t
t ti
Hobbs. 'I
Mrs. H. C. Kelly and children
Mrs Lonnie Futch and Marvin

\FLORIDA SHELL NOVELTIES 0 COS- Warren were shopping In Jack- __m ____
JEWELRY BLANDING MONO- sonville Friday. Twelve-)ear-old Carl J. Buehler, Jr.. In. out to break hln. previous recordof Gvel.yboJy J ;
.JlE Mrs. Joe Shuford of Jackson- bond sales. With the six high school girls shown In the picture he l I"
llMMED TOYS FOR TIlE KIDDIES ville spent Thursday with Mr. daring making:the the Sixth round War of New Loan.Jersey theatres, community rallies*and schools

] Mrs.VUl Edwards NEWARK. N. J.-With War Bond ride and a plane ride In the famed
iDE IN FLORIDA O GIFTS FOR ALL was shop- sales totaling$373 300 to his credit In flying fortress, "Hell's Angels,"
ping In Jacksonville Friday. three previous drives. 12-year-old which downed 18 German lighter 5aftinf
UR LOVED ONES.DON'T Sidney Shuford who is servingin I Carl J. Buehler Jr., of Verona.N.J.. plane. In 48 missions over occupied }
fur- Is out to break his previous records uropo.
the Army spending a Said to be ,
during the Sixth War Loan. a spellbinder Carl ",
lough with his parents, !.[r. and Accompanied by ibc attractive "sells" his audiences thoroughly at '
Mrs. John Shuford. high school girls whom ha terms every apiarance. ABOUT 'i
hi* "Bevy of Bond Boosters." Carl His achievement It the more remarkable ;
Woodrow Cutahaw of Jacksonville of schools, clubs because all sales have
has started a round '
BEAUTIFUL LINE of was visiting his parents, Industries and community bond been made to Individuals and the : l
Rev. and Mrs. G. E. Cutshaw rallies which will keep him busythroughout largest single sale was for $10,000. dm
the drive. all of the bonds he has .014 :
Thursday.Miss The boy who is believed to be Near e1t In Series E. ; .
XMAS GREETING CARDSHSLAIN'S Lillie McDonald of Jack- America's champion school War Equally at home in a factory or a q7 'r ''
sonville was visiting her mother, Bond salesman, is a student at Our radio station Carl is known as "The '':f:.
Lady of the Lake School in Verona.He Kid Behind the Man Behind the .'!
Mrs. J. B. McDonald Sunday. started .eWng War Bonds during Gun" and "America's Premier Jt
Mrs. Leon MUles of Bainbridge the Third War Loan and totalled Young War Bond Salesnwin." ';
Ga., was the weekend guest of ",450 in sales. During the Fourth The six high school girls' who are '" 4s i!
War Loan he sold 39,4SO worth and accompanying him on the ( ;
Mr. and Mrs James Hobbs. during the Fifth $278,400. His tour of New Jersey circulate trough 1ime ,,r' ;
Mr. and Mrs. J, L. Harrell received achievements have brought him a the audiences and make actual sales Iff
L personal letter of commendationfrom after Carl finishes one of his appealing I MP
from their son \
a telegram
WE PACK President Roosevelt, a jeep sales talks.noon ,
Keeffee now stationed In California }

AND MAIL saying he Is well and ex- tures of his work in Tennessee, and evening /odc) ( .
EXT DOOR TO Y0XMAS pects to be home for Christmas. Virginia Georgia, and Florida, Mr. Fields was the second rt' ','\
GIFTSFREE Raymond Appleby of the Naval and told Interesting Incidents speaker of the season at the Tab- r
DRUGSTORE Air Station In Jacksonville was connected with his travels. He ernacle and others are being 'It' ,: i:
KOCH the weekend guest of Mr. and was heard again Sunday after- for the.near future 9 to 9 Dally ;; ,;/
Mrs. J. E. Warren and family.Mr. ...-. -booked Restaurant t r t Hours: Except Tuesday t '?
and Mrs. H. C. Kelly and .I'J.;

.children were visiting relatives In .
New River Thursday. If :ll
Joe Harrell Jr., bf Jackson- SERVICES
ville was visiting his parents. ,
The Latch Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Harrel Sat- 1'
/ /
urday. EVERY SUNDAY NIGHT You're looking ; ,

Marvine Warren was visitinghis Ii ,
Always Out brother-in-law and sister Mr. for the best t'I
and Mrs. Victor Appleby also ,
weekend.Mrs.Mr. and.Mrs. H. T. Appleby last SUNDAY SCHOOL 3 P. M. i .. )i1)I' )('

Alma Wlttfleld was visit 1

ing Miss Ina Forsyth Monday Everyone Invited To Come And Feel f
At The TabernacleThe You Are A Part Of Us. ':I;,

: .. Tabernacle was : I "
tt group 's.- -- i
privileged to head G. A. Fieldsof
Lakeland who Is field secre- '
tary of the Childrens Bible Mis- hOT re
sion, which operates in seven Gospel DOCS
states In the public schools. It
Is doing a splendid work in put- Assembly O5 God
ting the Bible in the public .
schools of the country and the i n u f
work Is growing rapidly. They JUST WEST OP B GATE, CAMP ISLANDING .
now have 30 full-time workers in town
the field. J. A. BROOKS, MINISTER
Saturday night Mr. Fields TRYMILLIGAN'S

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5)) 4 our atom !because
5 SUNDAY TILL they know It It's on t + 1

CHOPS Your 91'.M. NO AP- the market they'll
find It on our y
shelves.> They also. "r ,
know-and this U al
CHICKENBEER Portrait Important that the
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iDay lJt.Ii
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Post Office To Offer Assembly of God 1 r News, Views and Ice: Cream Their Bonds and --
JIO Stamps
Ii: I New Notes For Has Special Service Buy) a J j

i ;, Small Amounts Sunday night Dec. 10, '[the service -

1 at the Gospel MSBlon( Assembly -
4 Postmaster F. F. Stump stated B Gate
of God, near
ii' yesterday that the post office Camp Blanrting. will be In chargeof .3 'L'i t t2Y1
here would soon receive a supply i +
of service men. +
a group i 3L
r'y I of the new postal notes that are Y Y tin
"" If r, t I now being manufactured to take. Cpl. John Becker an assistant I ; : 2

t a the place of money order for chaplain, will be the main speaker

amounts not exceeding $10. and music will be furnished by

'<'II 1 f i;'" The notes will be issued In denominations Pvt. John Finney organist. There
' will be other men in the
of even dollars from young
$1 through $10 and there will service to give their testimony. I

.' also be 18 denominations of !

l .. stamps, from Ic through lOc and Xmas Seal Returns

;1, I ,, t for 200 30c etc., on up through _
.? l 90e. Members of the Junior Woman's

'} A person who wants for Instance Club who are handling the

t a postal note tor $2.93 Christmas' Seal sales this year,
I'i\ f will apply at the money order urge all contributors to. send In I =

t window where the"clerk will affix their remittances as soon aa pos.
+II .
j + a 90c and a 3c stamp to 'a $2 sable. The seals were mailed out _
4 postal note and exchange the last week and returns have been
i _
,' note for $2.98. charging 5o for 'good so far. It was said. JT9 _

( the service. There are no applications ,' o' 1"We're

Q ; ; for the purchaser to ,as a safe, convenient and economIcal t
buying one, yelled youngsters at
.. ,4 fill out and no writing to be way of sending through the South Dakota when they saw the Jeep above Wklttler Actually School. .81.p''
;f': i ,' done by the clerk. The purchaser malls amounts of money not exceeding bought enough war stamps and bonds by the middle of ri eX!?"Ie
I' "' leaves tile window, writes in the $10. Simplified methodsof for two Jeep. for the armed forces. The army sergeant':% "
\ r the note, it motored over from Sioux Falls Air Field to show the 1b PI
name of the payee on sale and accounting make bogl4R
what their
d savings_are purchasing, ( 11III
J., by detaches his record stub on which possible to handle the notes at Army Phab)- .

( he records! the payee's name and a uniform fee of 5c. They will --
,,; j malls the note displace the conventional
loot !
: '
i i6' The new postal note Is designed' money'order. o fT 1b Tci1j

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Something new' has been added to the PX'N in (amp JJluntllivg-'s o let Regiment. No 1t'8. not ,

J chewing gum but Just as popular-colorful 9x12 orientation maps on the progress of the war. Thank ,f4: ;< ;, ;

t.{ # +4.. to Maj. William S. Lupo Camp Exchange Officer and the commanding officer of the 61st Regiment

tl ,usur.nce the Gilt can have their Ice cream and get the latent! war news at the same time. Under the Army'
\" :'i ' .
;\' : Orientation program, many of these news maps, together with the camp's dally War Digest are posted
at different point on the pont so that the doughboy busy training for overseas duty might also know

E'H.; Ayfp "what's going on". (U. S. Army Signal Corps Photo)

.. : : C. WALL

l Make Bandages For Red Cross xq'h 9

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Agency; s

Constant Service Over 50tears'' *

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: Y+ ? milk cowi, stock cowu beef order See Pate Oa *ett. Hontl RO
cattle tuck Julia. or hogs, get i" 28. Starke Fla. 12-8 4tp
v', ; sr In touch D. Odom.
t nox 247 fltarke Box Z04 lAka IX>ST-Sheaffer fountain pen, itreen.
'}3 f City., Telephone 4S1 Lake City. Finder please. return to Fred
.t 11&-| Juy, Stark Coca-Cola Bottling
C"o. Itewanl. Itp
'r FOR SALE-My homeplaco north-
? went of Bradford High School FOR SALE-Income property on
rk T bid*. Four acres of nice bar and near Banding highway Groom Faithfully working toward the 2300 bandage q-iota established for the women of Camp ISlanding;
; log pecan tn-en.. Iniilde a1ty I cottage two 2-roorn cabin: !Mrs. E. C. Rose wife of the Camp Commander !Mr.
Amy Knight J. IJ.
1 rl limns Nice 6-room nouns. City have e l 1.0 t rlcHy. Farm land Cottrell and Mrs
li water toilet and tmth. New' roofon pasture woods liulllntr loll, AO. Arthur Klnberry,. left to right are peen above working on 2x2'' bandages at the Thursday evening
house. For further ilotallnHue .
acre Owner, P. I) Box 906
;1,1 'j Z'' a me at my home).-Mrs. J. C. Starke. A I I. o commercial nut- gathering In the Surglcul Dressing Room at,Camp. Blanding. Mrs. Knight and Mrt. Klsberry.: Red

+ ,,4 i 4 Manning Htarke. Itp cracking machine. Work hy Cross workers at Camp Blandlng's Station Hotipltol, find time amidst thejr many other dtftles to
hand. 12-8 4tp
y y'y' ;r i WANTED TO HUNT-Apartment or do their bIt In the demand for surgical! dressings! throughout/ the country. >}
+I ,, house In or near Stnrke by bueln..1t !* WANTED TO HUY-Piano, price ___ SIGNFIRST
couple. No children or pet* .
must he right 'pl. Floyd C. Hun
Pfd: Jones., nmniiBPr 1'. B./ Stores, D
ter. 'all Phone 17S-J. lip
'J, 1'honn 12H-W. It .... Starke }Man Honored Miss Norman NamedTo tE \1hVtSltli\ <<
'{ WANTF.O-\parllln'nt. by couple, Hklp'n. Trnlier C amp .Urookn '\1.3"'" Head
;1 t "r ('"II phone 170 or write, Mrs. Trading. Pout, Klngwley Luke tfSPENCEIl FurchgoU'sPublic
f' : j ;,. :) Johnny lirlffln. Jr.. Starke. lip RelationsFriends WAR BONDS USEVVCold

;, \, FOU IIRNT-5 room bungalow, fur.nlnhed . SUPPORTS Individually Preparations ci 4m
dftHlirnpd. l\rre.
Bertha 305
(i w U Hampton., 6 miles HeoV.from. I... Ktnrke Andrew In, West Madison St. l'ear..oil-Up of Miss Dorothy Nor-

J i 613 W. Madison Wt. ItpI man, younger daughter of Mr ARE YOUR PECAN TREES

( ?, +,,,4 KOI NAI.I-Second-hand: brick acd Mrs Tullle N. Norman of
I Yt1 John H. Parker, Hampton. tip Route 2, Starke will be Interested -
to learn of her recent
FOIL /SAL.K-Few pure-brw black ALL FURNISHED promo-
Poland-Chlnn wpanvr, 10 week.. tion to Head of the Public Rel-
F IlHKlxtered Mire and dame -
i old.
3 i See Edwin Mcltae, old Cone place BOOK A ROOM: AIIKAD ations Department at Furchgott's We are equipped to kill this pest by
at Crosby Lake. department store Jacksonville.
.h". i s lt FOR YOUR WIFE spraying during the winter months at small
LOST-Small liver-colored mare OR PARENTS ; Miss Norman was graduated
mule, about 800 III.. Has .wol.. from the Bradford cost.
14 len place on hind lg. Left dur Gas Heat In Each Room c9. County High
hog night of Htorm. If located School In April 1942 and after
; Il notify Dan Dixon, 711 Arr- 0 rGr gradua 11 t Ion was employed as If you are interested see J. R. "W"n':!
e,, donda St., Ualnenvllle, Fla. LARRY'S PLACE S
typist In the ,office of the Clerkof wright or T. Frank Landrum for particularsand

( FOR SALE-1935 cheap.Ford panel truck KINGSLEY LAKE the Circuit Court in Starke. a free estimate of the cost of your job.

(, ''r. 4 a?' 1 aLawteY.toStandard Service Rtatlonend 1000 Feet From BGate In December 1943 she movedto

( t I* P. Kafuae, Lawtey.Ztp. Jacksonville and immediatelywent

.p'V 1 to work aa one of four
,,1 { LOHT: -i whit heifer from farm FJ.X1OR sanding and finishing, I- S 1 bookkeepers in Furchgotfs. In
at New' niver. 2 ym. old, colored .local reference C. A. Powell This Year
f whit with red ear.. Marked tel. 114S.T aaln iville or writ 1. April she was promoted to typist
,M crop underblt maple fork. Brand % Fla. Motor Court. 10.27 Stp and later to assistant in the Public
4 ''1 IT.-C. C. Wynn Hampton. 4tp Above, Col. K. C. RoMe (center), Camp Commander: Is shown Relations
LOT-One string of pearla. Sentimental office. In her new BONDS
FOR or t year< old farm'mill value. Reward Contact holding Fourth Service Command awards. for meritorious service position she succeeds Mrs. Roberta GIVE WAR
y 1 But. [ Walnut St., presented recently to Camp Blandlng' two laundry unit. Left fe
g I il ; well broken gentle! will Phone Stark..h.m It >, Clifton public relations expert
work If Hold anywhere. for Will fell cheap right (ffiarte Spaugh of Starke, superintendent laundry Unit No. 1; who will return to New .
at once cash. D. O. Foil .
r! l'' Kelly 4 miles West of Starker A. J.JAr.F.-BaUery Wilkinson 631 charter.W. Madison Mr* Capt. Alan Marcus Laundry Officer; Colonel Rose, Maj. Peter,Ober, York.

,! , on Lake' Butler! road. ItO ItpMATTRK8SK3 Quartermaster Officer; CbU George M. Grimes Director of Supply MIss Norman Is the first em-

ti FOR BALK-22 month old pony.gentle. of all kind. renovated and Joseph Hoffman of Oalnesvllle, superintendent laundry Unit ployee In Furchgott's organization -
{, Also bridle and email ; furniture upholstered and No..Z. "> to hold such a position at
boy'a Tenae caddie. $811,00. See reftnUhed.. Drop us a. card.
:I l Cecil L. Douglas at Tip Top Mar HASTINGS MATTRESS CO., 1'ox! the age of 20. 1 1ti
If;'j, St ket. Ito 810. Palatka Fla. tfINSURANCE
t1d'i i %, Methodist ChurchC. Congressman PriceIn IN cinct'iT (OVHT. BRADFORD /

H. Naaworthy UTS. W. O. South Pacific Mary CItRY Pradlejr Slayt.r. by her' next
Halle Mrs. Titus Olson and the friend BUI L. Bradley. Plaintiff
Rev.. and Mrs. W. J. Churchwell Congressman Emory H. Price' No.V.. B-3464.R. Blayt.r, Defendant. Can )
of the Second District, recently
attended the district conferenceof ORDER OF PUBLICATION
the Methodist Church In Lee- arrived at Pearl Harbor with 10 AND NOTICE TO APPEAR v
h \ : : other members of the Important STATE OF FLORIDA to: E. R. .4 te
burg week carrying 'with
i f-ti House Naval'Afairs 8layter. wno". horn and lecal
.. t them one of the best reports the Committee residence 1 I. Dry ProngLouisiana..
on'the first top of an extensivetour and whoae actual military address
Starke church has etTter made.
of naval Installations la the U: Corp. E. R. Slayter In 1359Ma INIC
m m ? ''Topic of the Sunday morning Cooks and' Baker. School Camp .
Pacific theatre of .
war. y. 'T..a.
service as anounced by the pas
Congressman,, Price In are required
.' tor will be "Rebuilding the was the January 6' 1145. 'ha"
./LTflterZcan :rire & Cad" fig Walls". European theatre In October.He ed tiff Court seeks and cause wherein plain.
want to determine what divorce and re.toratlon
Youth Fellowship meets at 6:15: sailors and soldiers of maiden name. Bradford County
are thinkingand
f'L' Coml'ang Sunday evening for recreation anda what they need. He also Telegraph In next four shall weekly publlnh".ue.thl.. Order

: good program. Prayer meeting wants to make a first-hand Inspection Witness my hand and official' C : I
.. each Wednesday evening at of methods of 'handling cember coal at e,Starke 1144. Florida, thl. De. t>r$

7:30: o'clock. I the the dead A. 3. """
wounded and of war """
i; ; PREFERRED RISKS ONLY' Everyone should begin now. to materials A. Clerk of said Court. '

AND AT A SAVING TO rededicate himself unto the Lordat i Knlaht a: KntghtFStarke Florida
+ this Christmas season. Attya. for plf. jjjg JJ1.2
t, ) r p L' l+' YOU IF YOUR RISK MEETS The Neighborhood Bible Story Bible SchoolThe 1V: cincriT COVHT. RRAnronn

?: OUR REQUIREMENTS. .' Hour each Tuesday afternoon Is attendance Tuesday after- Cot'Nr'r' :. PI-OIUOA' CHANCERY Jr

Increasing In number. Next Tuesday noon at the Bible School in the Ruth .1. Fleming. Plaintiff, v. Sh'
1 Mrs. Cburchwell will give the Methodist Church Building was No.Soy 34511.onOER T. .Fleming. Derendant. Ca.e r

P Christmas Story in the visual aid 66 aa compared to last week's OF PUBLICATION r.

; it ,,4,, illustration at the RecreationHall. 54. Classes are held at 3 o'clock. AND NOTICE TO APPEAR
Mrs L. H. Jennings, Mrs. L. F. STATE' OP whoee FLORIDA t01 81dney The Present With A Future
i Everyone Is Invited.Presbyterian Smith and Mrs. T. Olson! were I-. r.r.-5.: Hospital, realdence at Augusta I. U.. .
igit visitors at the school this week. .
ig r .
Jc W. T. CLUTE REALTOR named January are Court 8th 1945 IIn the appear above on
Must Pay LicensesCity plaintiff' -eek. dWorc'Tn'd CLEANERS
S The Rev. L. custody
A. Shepherd of of Children. Bradford County Tele- STARKE DRY
4, Raiford will preach for the Sun- Clerk Carl Johns stated graph .hall publish thl. Order In
n m 119 EAST CALL STREET STARKE next: four weekly ln.ue..
day morning services at 11:00: yesterday that all occupational Witness my hand and STAR
o'clock at the Presbyterian licenses, which were due October seal at Starke Florldo this official De- PHONE
Church. Everyone 13 Invited to I, must be paid this month or c.mb..r(OFFICIAL 2nd..SEAL 1944.) A..I. and
y attend. the city will be forced to take A. Clerk of said Court. Thomas
action against the delinquents. William D. Morgan "a"lBonvllIe, e
J Fla. Atty for
) Plf. la-8 4t n-h

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Official County Publication Established In 1877 ,

NUMIiKll SKVKltf +

3 Standing Lakes Restocked For Future It f :- {\.

Bomb Fast _ ";
hat Isn't Dropping Very ; ...i l

\uy An Extra Bond And See It Go

.. '
Follow The Progress, .
rmers Must File Of Bradford's 6th Our War With Japan I eta, r. t I. ;tr 'f 1''

erformance Report The Sixth War Loan marks a new turn in the war both on .
a .
War Loan Drive k < 1 1r 1r
January 15 the lighting and the home fronts. It points our tremendouswar ,*

fore Watch This Column effort definitely in the direction of the Pacific. During ' ,da '4t i ',
Lrsuant to the Provisions cktlon the first five war loans Americans were piimanly thinking in !' ; A y r

9. b. of ACP-1994, Jar.. terms of beating Hitler. I u' i

U 15 1945, has been estat Now our government asks us for a loan of 14 billion more I R u .

Shod as the closing date for. dollars of which five billion dollars must come from indi

rig reports of Performance unj viduals. Why? Haven't we nearly finished off our so-called
the 1944. Agricultural Cor hold powerful war ma I ,
In States of Number 1 Enemy? Can Japan up our i. tl
[ atlon southern Region which In. chine very long? Your son, brother and friend in his Pacific ,
Florida. I I foxhole wouldn't raise such questions because they are up ''''r ,

des who have not aJiily against realities not day dreams.They kill or are killed. They I Ii N x ,

\11 farmers done so, are asked to turn i pray every waking moment for sky-darkening cover of ti4 w t' I I t iv
thank America f6r giving them the I
before January 15, 1945 the friendly planes. They f
I medical in the world when their rendezvous with Nl r 1
ort for their farm: covering finest care v : ,
i soil building practices carrie destiny in a Pacific jungle is at hand. They know the war with +' y

[I on the farm in 1944. This I the Japs is just beginning.Here .
ky be turned In'- at the county are some other Pacific realities so that you will understand i ii iu

rice any time between: now. and I why there must be a Sixth War Loan and why it is i u i I I' ,

uary 15. u.K absolutely necessary that it be a success: I

a report Is not' received fo r The Allied Military Command has estimated that it will ' T ., '!
[ before the closing date m
farm take years not months to lick Japan.Japan.s
spires no application :for, pay numbers about 4,000,000 with 2,000-
fnt filed.This _$62,906.25 present army
be _
can -salts 000 more men available and fit for military service who 4
should be given Immed Through Dec. 6)$75OOG betweenthe
haven't been called up to date. Another 1,500,000 !
attention as we want ever; {
to-mar who has carried out aj- ages of 17 and 20, are not yet subject to the draft.

ved practices this year to reo The Jap Air Force is growing.In ; ,
of native workers Japan has a potential
ive any payments that haven addition to millions

earned. _ _ ______ slave force of 400,000,000 conquered people. 50;1 of i ,
James Rosier, Chairman Japan's labor force is made up of women. Another 25% boys l llr ,

L. T. Dyer Sec'y. 1 and girls under 20, the balance men. The Jap workday is I lr ,

twelve to sixteen hours with two days off a month. The Jap I

SO NCCS Plans cannot leave his job change it, or strike. The highest daily wr. ; r rdr'
wage equals about three American dollars-ZQ% to 75'/'o of y ff
aried Activitiesor r,
which goes to taxes and compulsory savings.

Army Couples The Jap as our men in the Pacific know will fight to the f I t'Y

death. As far as the Jap is concerned the outer Empireandthe I ti 4, iIi
'NCHKON: : FOR WIVES The will l r a;
Servicemen's wives temporarily; _________ $100,000 men who defend it-are the expendables. Jap 1
inside the inner Empire.The "wt
the Battle from
,orced from the kitchen rang fight h
11 have an opportunity to get Jap believes that we shall weary of war too easily

ck In the domestic harries and too early.In ? '

ery Wednesday at 12 P. M. ate the invasion of France, supply ships had an overnightrun
National Catholic Commun- 5,4: to make. In the coming Battle of Japan, ships in the i

Service U.S.O'I, 400 Tempi Ilq G.,..'c\ J, Pacific will have long-reached round trips that often take five ,

reel, In the Recreation room . r. months to make.' .. -"- -,_ -. ._ ---._--_..__.._ ._- a
e weekly luncheon"will be pre ; about before keep tiuitrll ('. Tallx.t of Ramp' IIIRlltllnlf, the wven nparkllng/ I 'x
worth thinking you H.T ,
.. These; are Thank to hportn-mlnd.-a { x-II.'nc.. (I ',;
red by the wives' committed with Volunteer. Perhaps rt."pr\'aUu.. near her will on" dllY lx, x flaliernmiTi punullxo pur 'I" '
home front rendezvous a Victory lulus! on the military and 1'
Into l' lai'trcnt :
your fauns
Mnrli '
{I served for 25 'cents. Sixth War Loan I Slumn" nt felt UM>\'<<, HI he pourN UioiiHttndN of niiwillnx :
.T r$125,000 you will feel that the national personal "t'Jllt'r"I"un, "'A' Tultiot has rnrrlivl on MM. one-man re- {<;\
the IlUniling I
The program following the' ---- Wbr Bond- motit, popular of the lukf* on iiiul flHlionViun.he ,
extra $100 hunter
of at least one has IIIMMI xtullociiil hern. An anlt-nt {
objective-purchase he
icheon will include finger Ntorklng offort durlnfc the tliwn yearn hut Itfree :.\:: ti
better face the realities I him 'iirrl
The we <
is entirely too small for you. has ano IMM-OIIIO. u faml (Mcd ooiiwrvulloiil hnre 110m" postwar 1.1(;s,:',;''t."
and making return on
ntlng gay peas Ihnt ho might
our forces in the Pacific the quicker the whole to admit that ho hiw enough Hi-lff'"h Intrrmt to hop '
confronting ;
t aprons which will serve wel lake lluit he Inn taken lath Intercut. In. ?; ti,
will be and the sooner we will welcome I \aoullon and flnn the J "
business over :
bloody than :200,000 fifth r3
r last minute! gifts. Tallest _llirmt'M that he hen planted mom
home our fighting men. That's an American reality to work During his three-year rompulKn 11"0 lukm within tho hound. of ..AI'tI,
anti 111'IIIOIIIIIh8
Sten" Nand< Hill < '
with dollars and our sweat. I In KlnKMlcyhlttemnre Ueluku und In "rat"ful for the ('AM I"1'J: ,\ ,
for aU our Itliuullng. lie him niuilo 21 t trip, to lh. slate' liuuhery ut very "I, '
.;OLIC UITII MUSIC tlon rereUed from official there
"Fun Frolics" promise a hllar on out will require the best poavibte i 'Happily, Hjt. Talhofn plan to provide game fInh with n loin refuge In whlrh to ut grow Itlundlng.and' multi All : d' '\ \

s time for those attending the AAA ElectionSet leadership and the full par ply nan he r>n ic'ven' an automatic aHMlxt hy the very iiaturo of the training prtlJCraID rlne and mortar ranged, 1j' ?'
'gram' held from 6:00 P. M $150,000 16 of farmers." ; of the laliPH, except, KingslPyarn In thn "holltW't areii" of the ciunp'ii many fish oretrrt ',r na'
Dec. Thus th
_.__....:_____ For ; tlclpatlon to flih In the III ken. wllli any ileKre' of softly ,
9:00 P. M Sunday, Decembe,: "We hope that whoever Is else 1 niuklng It Impossible for anyone until that happy day when RUnoUne lit no longer riitloneil and fiwtorlen ,, ; r.+ G
Importance Stressed 1 to grow and multiply q. '. i.N
ted In your community will be : once more roHunie manufacture of rotl. and reel ." .'fIto -.
Hie "Gentlemen of Jam" wllivlde < .
the music for the various; ,The annual AAA Committeemen elected by a large number of the I f, 14ra.
election wI be held on Saturday to remember visiting Mr. and Mrs Q. B. Nursing Class I
is, games and contests. Win farmers. Be sure were Lawtey a
10 2 P. M. In the CAN GET
Dec. at YOU
rs In the musical Quiz and nth the time and place of the election ,Colson last weekend. Completes CourseThe '
contests will be awarded prtz. court room at Starke. and be on time." Mrs. Eddie Lewis was in Waldo REAL RELIEF ,
Below Is quoted a statementby .
last Saturday on business.Sat. Home Nursing
James Roster, Chairman\ Lawtey
N E. Dodd Chief, Agricultural ''
Adjustment-Agency, whichdeals L. T. Dyer Secy.Brooker. and Mrs. Dave Gainey of Class completed Us scheduled iant ACID
Miami were visiting relatives last courao of 12 lessons on Nov. 17.
with the National Importance fNDIGESTIONBISMAREX ,,
:MVY CONCERTS _________ $175,000 of the election of commit . . . . . . weekend.. The class was taught by Miss Y Y'h
Sunday afternoons will :feature teemen. MlHS StellaMae Hayes spent Eunle Willis, National Red Crom
Nlarly the musical program the weekend In Jacksonville with Field Nurse. u
liver Strings" from 4 P. M "Aa we approach the time for rela tlve.. Eight members succeatifully ,
I :5 I P. M. In the recreation AAA committeemen elections tor Joyce Atkinson
"a at 400 Temple St. Thigram < 1945, we want to take this op . By. . . . . Friends will be glad, to know completed the course and are eligible '

Sunday, Dec.. 10. ha portunity to recognize publicly that little Dickey Davis, son of for certificates. The class + '
en arranged by Sgt. Jame: the: services rendered >in 1944 byOUI' NEW ARRIVALS Pvt. and Mrs. O. W. DavU has planned to meet once a month '
umphrey of Camp Blanding and present committeemen They Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Williams been brought home from the hospital tor a review of the course and
eludes such favorites aa the have been faithful in doing what announce the birth of a girl, November In Gainesville and Is much the first such meeotlng was held Carpenter's Drug Store q

s' and Peasant ,Overture,, ever they could to help the farmers 23. The baby has been Improved. Dec. y.
*e Macabre and Tchalkow- _______ __ $200,000 of their communities. Most named Gloria Oladla. Both mother I
y', Fifth Symphony.' Refreshes of them have given a part of and baby are doing nicely.Mr. I ,
will be served at the con- their time in AAA service with- '
and Mrs. Robert Jones are .
Ion of the program:. out pay. ,
the parents of a girlnamed
"We do not know what the I
Lonora, born on Nov. 24.
future will bring, but as long Hazel
National This Is their 22nd child, 18 of ,
as we have a program f
WE C for agriculture there Is no rea which are living.

+I. son why we cannot plan to meet Mr and Mrs. E. C. Long announce
out of the arrival of a daughter f
before they get
problems> ,.
SPECIALIZEALTERATIONS hand How well the AAA works Nov: 28/' at the Alachua THE NEW ,LOCATION OF THE ..w
$225,000 the kind ''of farmers County Hospital in Gainesville. IT'SlIn.r
___ ___ depends on
--; we elect to represent us on the The baby has been named Martha
IN local committees. We do not Lois STARKE TIRE in
get the best job done If we do Friends will regret to learn
not have the beat men to do It. that Coy Edward la in the Ala ', AT _
"These elections, much the same chua County Hospital" and Is very,
as local school elections and like ill. at the present time. J. P. ROBERTS GARAGE BLDG. 600 Temple Ave. ; 4+ +'

the Town meetings of other days, Cpl. T, 'C. Kelly of Valdosta,

You Can Trust ; $250,000 constitute tion. With real the approach democracy of in peace ac Ga.Monday., was visiting relatives here ii The OPA Has Released All Used Tires .. 4v ',

-- ----- AAA elections take on a new sig '
nificance. It Is more Important' Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Russ and SEE US. f WE CAN SUPPLY YOUI .
Our of Orlando were visIting 1,
{ Edwin
Workmanship than ever to have the best men' son ,.i
relatives here Thursday of
available on AAA committees.The -
On Your Best solving of 'farm problems at last week. ,
$259,000 QUOTA this stage of the war, and those Cpl. and Mrs. Resale Colson RECAPPING & VULCANIZING

GarmentsNEW that face the nation from here and daughter of Valdosta, Ga., f


Prompt Service Careful Drivers

Materials Used Work Guaranteed t ;

STARKE TAXI SERVICEand .I "...,. "' + ,


Fla. Phone 69
600 Temple Ave. Starke, r.t
RoBERT GREEN Owner 150 v
"* Temple, Avenue Day Night ;,tifP''fM, {,,



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( : siclans in the pro- newcomers In line for EMIC. County Telegraph hour publish CEil"Deland Plaintiff. December 18th. --...-:;;
L.i\ 4\fi weekly Viola vi. Hil- 1914.
Mothers of Babies Born Under EMIC Program thl" Order In net name"
; Court in
L. 'I' gram. However, there should be no Usuea. i lery Edward Deland, .Sr., Defendant. plaintiff and eau..Ib, 'k,,'

', II 1 1 ',: Should Have Them Immunized First Year Immunization of the child be- confusion or failure to take Witness Starke my, hand Florida and, this official No- ORDER. Case OF No. PUBLICATION S425. : of graph child.IIhall leek"L"radror d"'r. , end of the first advantage of this seal at 1
fore the year program 1944. AND NOTICE TO APPEAR next four wee '\
. t, An official of the Florida State i iI eWe J. Marsh, Director of ". vember 16th klj"ul4ObK''iWltnee "
!. } cannot be stressed too strongly, because of .ot knowing" OFFICIAL SEAT) A. J. Thomas STATE: OF FLORIDA to: Hillery !
I Board of Health this week urged the Bureau of Maternal and Dr. Marsh said. The smaller the where to turn for help. If A.( Clerk of Said Court.T. Edward Deland, Sr., whose residence seal at Starke my hand"' an4
, all young "service" mothers Child. Health undervhon child the more susceptible to dis- there Isn't a local health department Frank Landrum Starke, Florida la Co. "I", Elst Bn. En*. "ember 161h. UH'Iorld"",, thln: S?
:, whose babies were delivered Under guidance the vat KMIO pro- ease, because the individual has in the community! Atty. fur Plf. H-IT 4t 11-8 Trgr. Sec., N. Fort Lewis, Washing: (OFFICIAL Clerk of"SEAL' )
the emergency maternal and gram In being directed In not yet had an opportunity to get In touch with the local IN CIHrl'IT COt'IlT, BRADFORD ton.You T. Frank Landrum SaId Counl 1As fho
infant care program to take advantage Florida. build up Its own immunity. Red Cross or write to the the COUNTY. FLORIDA! IN CIIAN- are required to appear on Atty. for 1'lf Slark 1'10rJ
I ? of the opportunity to Well baby clinics to care for In Florida during 1943 State Board of Health Jacksonville O! II'\T II ,Iii

''i 'I, 't. have their babies Immunized dur- the EMIC youngsters are main- there were 26 deaths from for names of local
ing their first year of life. alone
diphtheria ; participating physicians.
tained free of charge In every
( iH Particularly essential<< lit the of which wee Physicians
l I.i county where there is a local everyone pre- cooperating in the
& Immunization of the baby health unit. In counties where ventable, else declared. EMIC are furnished biologicalsfor
H; { ; !i during Its first year against local health departments have Thousands of service couples' vaccination and
(' } diphtheria<< whooping cough! not yet been established, children babies have been born in Florida against diphtheria,
and MtuUlpox, said I>r. Lu- should be taken to private phy- during the past 18 months under cough and smallpox, and are paida TOYSTO
k pi the direction of the EMIC pro- nominal fee for their service
; gram. The' plan specifies that from the federal funds.

(, the expectant mother-the wife
l', i of a service man in the first four Hints To Housewives
lower pay grades, and registered

, /' ,, for the care with the State Boardof A REAL, BEEF BARGAIN .
; Health-be given prenatal While higher grade steaks and
1r- check-ups at clinics or by a private roasts continue to call for ration
r physician participating in the points Utility grade beef Is now STARKEWE
program. Then comes the delivery point-free. A seasonal increaseIn
) I I and. finally the essential Utility beef accounts for the WISH TO ANNOUNCE
i iI' care of the child during its first 1 ration point recess, and offers
'/ I
I'I 12 months of life. This latter the home-maker a meat bargainin .
"I k xY 1 1 phase Is an important link 'ia the price as well as points. THAT WE NOW HAVE ON DISPLAYA
I plan because a baby who has been
f Utility offers as much food
medically guided through its first value as lean of grade,
,:{'A''j{ year well bids fair to. continue beinga and also has meat good flavor.any Less LARGE LINE OF CHILDREN'S TOYS

/ baby. tender and having less fat than

I" i eel w Many young mother whose higher grades, it is less satisfac-
\ babies were born in Florida tory for broiling and roasting.The .

have now moved to other fat covering Is thin and may REASONABLY PRICED
1 be yellowish in color. The lean
>! Pepil-Cola Company, Long Iitand City N. Y. states, or even to other section Is usually soft and rarely has

: 44 of Florida. Off-netting lines of fat running through it.
Franchised Bottler: PEPSI-COLA BOTTLING CO. of Jacksonville this, of course! are the many
"i In color it ranges from light to
very dark red.
: t ..
\ To make this meat a real bar-j
TIP TOP SUPER MARKET gain, cook 'it from toughness to
tenderness. Some steaks and

'' roasts broiled or roasted
PURE like the same cuts from other
grades, but in general it is best
:. \\ EXTRACTS to cook it aa any of the less

I ,it ,, e AHO weIT'S / and tender cuts.
a There are two general methods !
. 23c
4 dealing successfully with less
Imagination and they will lead
to a variety of savory dishes.
One way Is to grind it so the DELIGHTED WITH

connective tissue is divided into OUR FRESH, NEW STOCK. THESE
'' VANILLA small pieces. After grinding, the
45cPts. meat can be broiled, pan-broiled, ITEMS WILL MOVE FAST. BETTER
Large Size _____27c or baked as if it were a tender
r'' ", 25c a r VANILLA cut. Double-quick dishes can be SHOP NOW WHILE TilE SELEC

' spq cr Medium Size ____12c made broiled this hamburger way-broiled patties or, served pan- TION IS STILL GOOD.STORES.

LEMON ... with cream gravy or tomato
w ''" Large Size ___25c sauce, or well-seasoned ground r S
Poutlry Seasoning _9c Garlic Salt lOc beef broiled on toast. If time
IS '' Paprika ------- ___lOc Onion Salt --_____lOc permits, make up a flavorful
Medium Size ___12c
meat loaf and bake it in the oven.
Chill Powder ______9c Onion Flakes ______lOc The other way Is to cover the

J Ground Mustard ___9c Pumpkin Pie Spice__8c ALSO COMPLETE meat and cook It long and slow-

j 4 '1 Celery Salt T______lOc Parsley Flakes _ __ lOc ASSORTMENT ly in its own juice, or with added
rv I Iifl
FANCY water or other liquid. Brown the .
surface of the meat a few min-
i tx utes in fat before this long slow I AT BLANDING BUS STATION

moist cpoklng- give it a better
flavor and an attractive brown
color. This is the method of pot
roasts, Swiss steak, and other
braised dishes and brown stews.

?*''k,, t. '. S ARE STILL IN JAP' PRISONS Once meat makings cooked pies,for and the such casseroles.meat other providesthe dishesas I

''d I Whether Utility steak is to be

broiled, fried, or made into Swiss Nature Favors
steak It is well to pound It first

f I N) to make it tender. In making #. $
Swiss steak, pound flour into the \ v
meat to save juice flavor When

browning lean meat for a pot V4 SOUTH :
I I/Jtlf roast of Swiss steak, put suet or
7a ,F ? other fat in the pan to prevent
sticking and for richness and I
flavor the fat gives. Give special

, !r $;t tr Fi 1'o g0f It ? pot gar pepper parsley be adding thought tomatoes An used roasts or extra, some and and tomato.,for to,celery and also meat aid seasoning-salt the acid onion Swiss to liquid seed food sauces.Tomatoes tenderness and or In leaves garlic stews vine-may and A is,,, "ft." r

little vinegar added to the water
may help tenderize a pot roast. I9* '
3 i.;' S'4 Whatever the dish, however it

c'' 7 7f is prepared, cook It with the heat
.I l 4 down. Too hot a fire tends to

toughen and shrink meat, and

:f 1 I- '4' ________ does not bring out its full flavor.iv f 'I

rii(('iir roinr. mi UIKOHD
('OI''I'r'-, Fi.oitiiin ix m\\-
('riiv.Henry: .
n H...rvel, Plaintiff, vs.
Mildred Marvel, Defendant. Case
No. 3424.OHI .
Harvel, whose resilience Is Hox 89.
Monte No. 1, late City, VlrRlnla. ,
You are required to appear on 1 10 I Ie
December 18th, 19.., In the above
named Court and cause, wherein
plaintiff seeks divorce. Bradford

for Living I .. od
1 Here in the South are found ''two decades. The. greater satisfaction;

TVhjf all the essentials for good living. living
1INsooEA-i workers surrounded by pleasant conj

Friendly people,an equable climate en ditions is reflected in higher producttonj

S dZ9WITN WAR BONDS terprising towns and communities offer a The stress of war has not lessened

combination which makes life for those in basic: advantages. In the return to a jr"

.,. this favored area more than an add
mere existence. time they will possess
.' economy
4 .( i Be Quick To TreatBronchitis This opportunity for better and happier significance for those who are seeking

fi I S living has been an Important factor for indus trial
In theSouth'
suitable location
': '';a"! COMBCIDORP Remember the el the (real nations! effort to win quick most :
RlMSMBBJt of grinning Japanese soldier !. "victory In the Pacific. The) cost of victory extraordinary growth of the last agricultural expansion. f
1 rr 0 Y guarding American prisoners come hif h. It coit billion. of dollar \
r i I We're out to wipe the, their lice a month to fight Japan! But w. Chronic bronchitis may develop if Seaboard Railway
s s We're your cough chest cold or acute bronchitis Norfolk 10, Virginia.
out to liberate thousand of
+ p" know you'll do your full share, a you is not treated and you cannot
5 I American soldier end civilian till in have In all the other war loan drive. afford to take a chance with any medi-
p } Jap prison. That day can come only Your full share 2 II at least one ettra$100 cine less potent; than Crecmulslon
+ 1 i t e with final victory. W.r BoaJ. Buy mart if you poasiblycan. which goes right to the seat of the
trpuble to help loosen and
We're out to finish' the Job the) I,.. War Bond arc your best 'Insurance laden phlegm and aid expel nature germ to
k r1 + s sire. tirted. The 6th War Loan Drive I i. part of .*fe, independent future. soothe and heal raw,tender.Inflamed -
bronchial mucous membranes.

i u' BUY AT. .LEAST ONE EXTRA $100 WAR BOND creosote Creomulslon by special blends process beechwood with other 1t ,
I time w
medicines for coughs. 41Ar

; u HOLLYWOOD CAMERA It No contains matter no how narcotics.many medicines ip_ RAILWAY] I

; ftS and GIFT SHOP sell you you have a bottle tried tell of Creomulslon your druggist with to

the understanding you must like", the
l flitting rest and sleep or you are to
.r nave your money back. Adr..) flay_or..WA" BONDS /*
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I products and the way In which trous effects which are certainto their work. Written informationmust 3431. December Iftth, 1944!> In the above eat at Clarke. Florida, this-November 1
[ Commonsense he manages his wartime I ORDER OF PT'RLICATIOV:< I named Court and .-nu..e. wherein 13th, 1944.A .
Income follow inflation suggest the be placed in the registrant'sfile AND NOTICE TO APPEARSTAT10 plaintiff seeks dlvurce llradferd J THOMAS,
-a OF INFLATIONBE can either set the stage for another following financial practices for showing that he la actively : OF FLORIDA to: ,'har.Fur..ylh County Telegraph a h a I I uubllnh I! Ae Cleric' of said. Court If\
economic collapse or I farmers In work lotte whose residence la! thla Order In next four weekly I
DIASTROUSS contribute throughout the country. engaged some that S1 1I West Ward Avenue. Norfolk, 'I (SEAL)
AFTER WAR to future security of both I Reduce outstanding debts, and makes a contribution to the wel- Virginia I ,leauea.Wltneiia. Knlht .A KnluM. Starke Florida

farm people and others. be cautious about contracting new fare of the community or nationin I You are required___to appear_ ___on'' my hand, and official _Attyi. for I'lf 11-17, 4t J':' 'I
farmer hag a high I -- --- - ---' -"
norlda country's right With farm income at the highest ones. Don't pay too much for order that the local board may
In the and the level it hat ever been and land-sUck to values baaed on the consider placing the registrantIn
rising prices the certain with goods available for purchase land's long-term earning capacity. a deferred class."
Ihich would be
Inflationary only in limited supply' econo- Where labor and materialsare General Collins stated that the
Lnce of an know from mists see ominous clouda aheadon available, invest In farm present policy of occupational deferment -

Many farmers that the kind the farm horizon despite the practices which will increase pro- for registrants age 30

experience which occurred fact that farm mortgage debts ductive capacity of the land. and over la very'' liberal, and lo- 1 ,*
collapse mean not are being reduced. The tendency Build financial reserves and buy cal boards are making a strenuous (
e last war hardship but the toward land speculation is one of war bonds. effort to obtain current information 106i8iz1Ifl .
porary built the most dangerous signs the The present level of farm in- on these registrants in
everything patiently economists see. Farm lands are cdme, particularly as compared to order that cases warranting deferment -
igh the years. changing hands rapidly, prices are prices of the things which must may be placed la. a de- 1 I A / 1
[farmer has a unique roleht advancing and there are signs be purchased, gives the farmeran ferred classification Without the '

| to prevent a recurrence that people are forgetting what unsurpassed opportunity to necessary Information the Local i ,
eme ups and downs In happened "last Ume" along that build up reserves for the future Board has no choice except to

such as occurred duringer very line. The land boom lasted order any of these registrantsnow NWrlw r yr, ,
the last war. He Is only a few years, but the collapse Navy Needs Men classified in 1-A for induction
an individual consumer which followed continued for two rVnUMKJTfeu*
For Valuable
jL'rlter. but also the manan decades' "Registrants la this group now
important business. His And so economists who wantto Training In RadarThe classified In Class 1-A should Immediately -
I toward prices of his own see farmers avoid the dlsas- contact their local
Navy is currently issuing a boards and furnish current Information
call for men for training in Radar -I as to their occupational
described as the war's new- status if this is inquired," said
1ERE GOOD FRIENDS MEET : est and most thrilling field. The I

program is open to both volun- -
teers and inductees. ,
LARRY'SBLUE Those selected for the training : '\Y'lIr;
War B&tmtltnvvslenvnt
Lieut. Comdr T. J. Needham Jr., :
state offlcer-ln-chnrge for Navy; ffs H HBack

[ GRILL will Recruiting receive and a'course Induction of Instruction said- )"fllll..t'lU'Sl

valued at .
roughly approximately In Amvricu e e
I'NDKB MANAGEMENT OF LARRY LEWIS $12.000 with great post- r yea I
war possibilities. is ruirt'iT roi'irr. IIIIAOKOUIICOUNTY
Pl.OHlMAl l\ IIAniiY. :\-
ON ROAD 18 AT S.A.L. DEPOT Applicants must pass a preliminary .
test and those selected Curt Hoby, Plaintiff. v". Ileuliih
will start their training as sea- 3434.Unit Doby, Defendant Can. No.

man first class, graduating from OTIDER OF pnrLiCATio.vAND : :<
the ten month's course with a NOTICE TO AI'PEAU

A petty officer rating. Holt STATE r>oby OF, whore FLORIDA residence to: fteulah In Al- Up the Boys! BUY ANOTHER BONDIN
For full details those Interested bcrmarla, North Carolina.
g You are required to appear on
may apply at the Navy recruiting Dareiaber 23. 11)44) In the above
r station in Jack onvUle. plaintiff named Court seeks and divorce rat...., Bradford wherein. THE 6th WAR LOAN! .

County : r.fuh nublUh thin
Men Above 29 I Order : weekly. ln>ue .
i Witness my hand and oftlrlai
Are Still SubjectTo seal at 12 Htarke. 1944., Florida this November It's not over over there-not by long .shot I .. W

Induction An Clerk of said Court. Uncle Sam can count on the fighting men to keep on fighting-and he must be ableto
BAR-B-Q Chan. R. Hen, 204-05 Realty Did"*.
Registrants above age 29 who Jacksonville 11-24 4t 12-15 Fla. Atty. for 1'lf. count on you to keep on backin"J"m. by buying extra War Bonds in the Sixth

STEAK CHOPS 'have not reached their 38th birth War Loan Drive now on.
date are still liable for induction," iv mirriT roiiir. "nf'Onn
CHICKEN COUNTY P'LOltll)41 IXWilliam t'II.1:1.!
said Brig. General Vivian Collins, (''';U Y. 4 4SEE
It. Harrelnon. Plaintiff. vn. 'I
State Director of Selective Service -
OYSTERS SHRIMP Alberta C. llarrelaon Defendant.Cane .
o in a news conference today, No.' 3426.OltltRIt OF. flTLICATTOVAND WHAT YOUR EXTRA $100 BOND WILL DO:
"altho many people seem under

BEER if the registrants Impression need that this no longer groupof 907 C.STATE llarrelnnn Front NOTICE OF Street FLORIDA whom, QeorgrtownSuuth TO APPEAR residence tat Alberta"' .IN tank It will, ply for the things our mn must havr-tfuni, planes, .\\

furnish information to the local Carolina.
Board." You are required to appear on It will help hold down the cost o( living I ,

OPEN 9 A. )(. 2. A. ]M. DAILY "Many registrants age 30 and] named December Court 21, and 1944 cause In the whoreln shove It will provide II neit ego lor the future the United State. Govern. \\ Ii '

BREAKFAST + LUNCHEON +DINNER over, are now In Class 1-A and plaintiff seeks divorce. Ilradford ment fuara nn that you will get your money back 4
County Telegraph shall publish 1 this '
must be ordered for Induction
Order In next four weekly Untie It will show our fighting men that you ere willing to do your part) . S
said General Collins "because Witness. my hand and officialneat
at Stark Florida, thin November
SANDWICHES' & SHORT ORDERS they or their employer have failedto 22, 11.... YOUR COUNTRY IS STILL AT WAR- ,
furnish the Local Board with ,
(OFFICIAL 8KAL' ) A. J Thomas s
Current information, regarding AH Clerk' of said Court,
I T. Frank Landrum Htarke. Florida ARE you ? ,
Atty. for rif 11.24 4t -12-15

.' "I: )".,.w."r' !"J.:,.1l.!;?.{:;'" : !,.....:.t: \\1 iv rIlU'J'IT f'OI IIT im AIIKOIIIIrol'NTY. . l lBOB'S
'""fI'i\:: ''' FI.OItlllAl IV IIIANCKIIV.
"it., AI, ;....t'1"i '':.l : '
.... .J .. '.'.'J TAVERN
-r "' \! .. Levy Forayth Plaintiff VB. Charlotte .
";"',.. Komyth, Defendant. Case No.

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The Florida National Group Invests

Another $5,000,000 In Florida Bonds

dt'L'tlk ?r?.
t7 ,

p .1' With the purchase of an additional finds its way into channels of trade,

;$4$41r $5,680,000 worth of Florida municipal (and probably some of it finally reaches''

bonds the Florida National Groups') your hands) because the money is used ;!;

investment in Florida bonds now totals to finance civic improvements, ranging I

41'1 'K . $25,180,000 figure that emphatically from new highways to new sewer sys- '
p "
?u>r .
? '
J Ff4,..1/ iir'd7yr 4 ;t ,'7sJ' L. t y,6 L rljua' demonstrates our faith and confidence ,'tems. It IS spent for materials and'

2i1??t"g i in the great future of Florida and its labor and all of the multitude of other

? '' 'tf V r- ri1'l'fi' A .%.v1SL 'ra;,stl eA political subdivisions. things that are. required for public pro qtr
H f r t : ,'rfr .; [ I .
Fi" t f vy ( JK w'' { dire 'M1ori 'rZY'J) jects of worth.
rr : that have permanent
u;? true we purchasedall

:.+ l'k? :. ,+ of these bonds because they were I Banks of the Florida National Group
1TCaK+(f are exceedingly I proud of their
e Y;nn5. ; ) ty r.tT4'I '4I i ?w.4'- good investments. But there were many portfolio lF
:: of Florida '
bonds because it given
other good investments we might have
undeniable evidence of our sincere!
selected instead. The chose
1 interest not only in the I
.. Florida bonds
was simply this
( we serve but also in the
'r rhN4 h"e, QFAt progress or
particular Investment helps to build
our state as a whole. We count it a''
our state and its rapidly-growing "
communities. privilege as well as a duty to speed the :', ,

J fg development of all of Florida's N
w'f nOi ,jt f The I mag-
+ tg purchase. price of these bondsnificent possibilities.


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: ," ': t." t.t': !;.; PAGE. TWELVE II,
+ ::
y i + 1w'S'' 1 CIltCl'IT' (:OURT. HHAIIFOHU i
('01:NTY. FI.OKIUAI IN: CIIANtobe'rt -
3 'tt l ('.:11 Y.
}} T. Carawell. Plaintiff v*.
I Mildred Amanda Yarborough Cars-
, ', well Defendant. Case No. 3468
'I i ;, + STATE OK FLORIDA to: Mildred
I 'I Amanda Yarborough Car well BRADFORD

I, p )Y'N whose Street residence Hickory. North la 60H Carolina.Sixteenth WILL RENEGE

":'. "t You are required to appear on
I" January let l 45. In the above
named Court and ('auMe. whereinplaintiff
I s seeks divorce. Bradford
t, County Telegraph shall publish this
a o Order In next tour weekly <"NU"".
hand and official
Witness my
l , seal at Hlarkn. Florida. thin November ,
I' I 89th. 1>44.
'i) e' (OFFICIAL 8KAD A. J, Thomas,
hi. vSt A a Clerk of aald. Court

1' } n. H. Duncan Jackaonvllle Florida
)?: Atty. for Plf 12-1 4t 12-22
COIIUT.; IIlt.I lFDIIlt>> >>
ClltrriT ',
>( If('OlIN'I'V. FLOItIIAI: ('IIAY. v s 'ore''. ;'ay y, y ) S'P,

t J CI.:IIY. '. ft'' Ni .
t, Stephen! P. Knoll. Plaintiff. VM. Kinlr y
i ; .. S. Knoll Defendant. Case. No
( >>
1.1 u4; STATE! OF FLORIDA to: rXtnlcS .
:" Knoll whose rettldenra. I" Shawnee
'. i "' Road. Milford Delaware
q a You are required to appear on P' 's t nl' '
-y lat 184B./ In the above.
ill name Court and cause, wherein
,;!' t + plaintiff necks dlvoroe. Bradford
r "I'oiinty Telegraph shall publish
q. hr Order In next four weekly l IIIMII"< ,
.1 #.: y i Witness my hand and offlilaweal .. /
t at Slarke, Florida, thla Nov a m ?
14 !?
Z 1 ember !S. 1944.OFFICIAL )a.A JI'"e J r" &:;:
l f ( HHAL) A. J, Thomas, q rev
"' AM Clerk of Hald. Court
ri a: William D. Morgan, Jarkiionvlll
"f for Plf. 12-1 4t 12-22 sP
Fla. Atty.
, 'j;, r 'r. ;IpSSSSv >i+
'(I" '' iv rinrriT <'<>ii; 'r. 1111 ",FOil II
.' ('"I''V''' F1.01t1UAI IN: VII IN-
i ('Kitr.norothy.
nnln I aen Connolly ;
ir e g ,
wr:.t Plaintiff, VM. Malcolm Connolly, L>e. r
fendant. Cane: No. 3452. t :

OF Pirni.iCATioN!'
+ t F, ORDER .
: ANI NOTICM3 TO APPKAIl 'i 4 .a + r3 ,pkl
colm Connolly whose re ldenre li.
7-117 College Plwro. College Point.
I j Queens. County, Lost Inland New ? IaE tti
: York. i. l
: S You are required to appear on .,' d 1
... Y January 1st 1H4S. In the above byr
,, a named Court and "'lLuNe. wherein t
: plaintiff seeks divorce Bradford e
.'. County Telegraph shall publish thin
Order In next four weekly IHHUBBWltnexM .

my hand and official ,.&
,.' .I y 7 seal at Htarko. Florida, this Nov
1, ember 27, 1944.
I An Clerk of Hald. Court
I ,'7 F, Walter. e. HarrioHty. Daytona Beach I ''
,4 t FI.... Atty. for Plf. 12-1 4t 12-22: r4y'

i\" niiri'ir coi'irr, mi \i>Kniti>
,; (-OI'MTV.''' FIOIU"1 l.t: CIIANHelen uiar.
: ('''::11 Y. "
W'I+tf )
Florence Blanton, Plaintiff
VH. U..r..1V.. . Blantan. Defendant
Case No. 3419.OKDI3H .
lanton. whose address. la Cnp-
iris M. C. Serial No. 0461787. 684th
f Medical. Clearing. Co., AI'O 305, New t
? i York. New York;
t it You are required to appear on
i'fpt 4tw January 1st, 1945 In the above
named. Court and cause, wherein
l plaintiff seeks divorce and tnald>*n

,. ', r 1''i ; Telegraph In name. next rentored.four. shall weekly publish Bradford Issues this County Order NOT NOW! WHEN HE NEEDS US MOST! *

44 Witness my hand and official
rep >pal. at Starke, Florida, thla Nov.
r 25, 1944.
A. J. THOMAS, ...
Aa Clerk of mild Court
Knight & Knight Starke Florida

g I .'yoy': rI ,':,h r All IN(/1'OI''I'OIUI)''ciitrrrr:''RY.It. '''for. Pit couitT.>>.\12-1.iiitAiiFoni lCHAM.4t 12-21. WE clUB /IV WE P4CIP/C/& sm ,EgRILook ;/

I Chan. Wall Plaintiff! VH. !Marion
' It j V. Woll Defendant., Case No.
o :1 STATE OF FLORIDA to: Marlon
t 2 V. Wall, R. F. 1>. No. 2. Box -_.._, into your heart and ask yourself honestly: "Have I
t\/1 I S ? 'j Kane You nnHylvanla..are required to appear on stopped fighting? Have 1 stopped buying War Bonds be-
December 28, !1944 In the above
f cause I think the war is about ?" You're
named Court and cause, wherein over not quitter
plaintiff reeks dlvorre.I Bradford a THERE ARE STILL 4 MilliONS OF J ""
is "No!
n County Telegraph shall ptilillnh thist t- your answer
t Order" In next four weekly I issues. J
; t u; Witness my hand and official. I TOUGH, BRUTAL JAPS TO LICK. .
1 neat. at Starke "Florida thin Nov. It billions/' of dollars
costs month
to fight
I. t ember 2H, 1944.OFFICIAL \ a Japan

I + As Clerk of Bald. Court The fight in the Pacific calls for a highly specialized type

a tDVllRD) MY CHANCES OF GETTING HOME 1 of B-29 bombers that
t\ f'1I"'IT ( 01111'1'. nil equipment. cost $600,000 in War

i i ts +. ; cart.(VKI1Y.-nNTY!Moore''' Kl.OItlOlt Plaintiff I v.:. Beatrice 11.110-- ,. a + SETTER, AND IT COSTS PLENTY J Bonds; M-4 tanks with bulldozer blades l that cost $67,417;

; Moore Defendant Ca e No. 3423: alligators that cost 30,000; millions of gallons of gas.
AND NOTOFICE' TO APPEAR y We need more and costlier equipment than any war has

S''';r 117,, I 1 rice STATE Moore OF'whoae FLORIDA residence to: In Heat-900 ever called for. And that's the reason for the 6th War Loan

?, South 6th Street. LKJUlHvllle, Ken
1 tucky. Drive. Just as long as a single Japanese aims a gun at our
q I You are required to appear on
December 18th 1944, In the above 't- men-we must continue_ to buy War Bonds. t '
? ,,, I named Court and cause, wherein

y, County plaintiff Telegraph seeks divorce.a h a 1 II Bradford publish! Once again you are asked to buy at least one extra $100 1

t .1i this Issues Order In next tour weekly IF YOU think Japan Is a pushover-you're fooling yourself, mister. War Bond. Buy more if you possibly can. Not only is it for

k p t t seal WltneH at hand Florida. and, thla official No. Millions of fanatical Japanese are prepared to die for their the final Victory-it's for your future. Sign up for extra

vember(OFFICIAL 15th SKA 1944.I.) A. J. Thomas country. Every American soldier, marine and sailor in the Pacific War Bonds on the Payroll Plan. Welcome the Victory

AH Clerk of Said Court. knows that he has his hands. You can't tell or
"lJ \ ":, ulv1, l T. Frank Lrftndrum, Starke Florida a tough fight on them Volunteer when he she calls at your home. Remember

ll Atty. for Plf. 11-17 4t 12-S. their war is over! Even as you read these words, American men -the job in the Pacific is still terrific. We're out to get

.'.,.Hi o: i:\1 COUNTY.nuci'iT VLOIllUAl coiiHT. HRADFNRUiy IN: CHAN.CKHY. : are dying in the fight against Japan. Japan in the 6th War Loan Drivel

W1 1 W. J. U (Carter Plaintiff v.. Lilian
; + j Hntelle Carter Defendant. Case
.I' t A, I So. 3441.

AJ'''j 4 ; IlemliiKway RHtelle STATK You are Carter FLORIDA,required South whose residence appear to: Lilian on la YOUR COUNTRY IS STILL AT WAR.ARE YOU

December 23. 1944. In the above
named Court and cause wher..lnplainUtf
y drj seeks divorce. Bradford
I County Telegraph shall publish this .
Order la next four weekly I lanuea..
I Witness. my hand and official This Advertisement Sponsored by The Following of
Members The
U > aeal at Starke. Florida, this November Victory Club .
4 22, 1944.
'' '4 (OFFICIAL, SEAL) A. J. Thomas
T. Frank 1.'Lndrum. Starke, Florida FRANK'S FINE
o gTi Atty. for Plf. 11-34 4t -lt-15 At Blanding Center


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x And Your Strength and II A F KIN S S. E. Sparks, Prop. & GIFT *B
oe It may be caused by disorder of kidBey LADY FAIR BEAUTY

e u'tq' waste function to ._mulatoo.that permtta For truly poisonous. many DAVIS HOTEL BARNEY'S DRINK STAND STORES
Ty (? P. S.
people sol tired weak and mlaerable
P'' when the I kidneys fail to remove seer GROCERY LAPPE BAKERY Station
I acida and other waste matter from the'' MARUCA'S At The Bus
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'4f1 au 6 rheumattaapain.'be.dsch' ap nights, 'leg paina gs.,diaalneu.Kbting .. STARKE ICE COMPANY 'WINKLER ELECTRIC SERVICE / P L A C EROY'S
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} t t the There I kidneys should or no doubt that prompt EASTERN AUTO SUPPLY CAMP DINER NATIONAL ARMY STUDJfLlES
tt S, treatment la. wiser than nsglset. Use
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