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 15, 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: VID04893
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Is Get Homesick Too Sgt. Anderson Says

oses Precious "Specs" While Fishing With' BRADFORDCOUNTYTELEG I

.. .- "Jap Attack" Only "Pig Parade" . .

Fatherland* East Indies spot where under the water County Publication Established In 1877

the,TNT was waiting 15 seconds -
L la set up ,within the to unleash Its compress VOLUME 8IXTY-8KVEN STARKE. FLORIDA. I'KIItAY. IUCCKMHKK': : 15. 19"" :NUMBER EIGHT

[ Headquarter Command ed power. r

}n .s ft.i% \* Whaml and a spray of water

of our geysered 30 feet into the air. Immediately Encouraging "Spurt" Shown In Bond Drive
Ulce.11ble I we dived In to get a* :
many of the stunned fish as we : ,

tIetI road byyards belief the could bottom.before dynamited they Contrary fish slowly sink to sank popular to tie to But County Has Only 55 Percent Of QuotaTwo

of our s bottom In.'fresh water Instead of _._
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5 our floating. Later when the mud -

board, settled we swam under the waterto Martinez Elected Getting into full stride again after a lull over the
overlarge f recover the fish from the river Businesses Basketball Opens
Thanksgiving holiday 6th War Loan Bond sales in Brad
bed. And that Is where I lost my Worshipful MasterOf
County now stand at 141075.5055 percent of the
d of white the, ...,. I glasses, which In the excitement, Masonic LodgeJoe $259.000 "over-all" quota.
j I'd forgotten to remove from
i b attlewe hose. We dived but could not my Change Hands Martinez was elected Worshipful Season TonightThe Based on figures from the local bank and postoffice

find the spectacles. Further upstream Master of the Stark the E Bond total now stands at $93,037.50--41.5 percent of l

blue each advance made we sank a few more Masonic Lodge, at the annual elec the ,$225,000 E Bond quota

lies. Although and bluer"the map wepier "depth charges" and upon returning I On Call StreetSale tion of officers held la. the hal opening game of the BIT.s The Florida Bank at Starke reports total sales of $101-

g "bluer and "home' at noon we estimated Monday night., basketball season! will be playedIn 719.25 of which 53681.25 were Series E, since Nov. 1-
; and happier we had 23: pounds of fish. the armory here Friday night the starting date for sales to
Other officers elected: were:
It. Carpenter's Drug Store,
[about Before leaving the river I : against Waldo. All home game) be credited to the drive. The
his'quare Lacy Conway Senior Warden;: Outstanding SpeakerAt
I route from familiar Call Street land mark -: will begin at 7:30: p. m. hU office told the fellows of Company T. B Harding-JuMer Warden; S post office reports a total of
i, the hill each AM. Brlga- L, 124th Infantry who are for many years, by the owner Peek-Secretary; V. S. St Last year Waldo won the opening M. E. Church 39356.25 since Nov. 1. These

era( Snnnter Lowry defending that sector that I Mrs. Myrtles J. Carpenter to Dr John-Treasurer; C. E. Hernwal game against B.H.S. by s Sunday Morning are all E Bonds as the post

lax pannes, swinging would pay 20 gilder to any. J. M.-Hembree of the 'State Farm. -Senior Deacon; F. L. Durahlmei score of 3128. office does not issue the other

!tie black cane ,our" one finding and returning the was announced Monday. The Junior Deacon; B. D Moore- The second game on the ached . ., ., series.
business! but almost spectacles. Half the company transaction Included the building Senior Steward; D. S. Cook-Junior ule will be played Tuesday Dec. ..Ii" ,j("
,| stops to cheek the dived in. Early this after- located at the southwest corner Steward; J A. Tuckerchaplain 19 with Lake Butler, In the .':", Auction TomorrowA

y of the war on our noon a btuthily bearded OI of Call and Thompson streets th ; P. M. Barefoot-Marshall;: Starke armory.Coach 4t.r.. : War Bond auction will I
s Thin morning be noted returned my glasses and col- property on which It stands,, E. W. Hayes-Tyler. James Hobbs reports ....''' J4"f. be held Saturday afternoonat w

led expansion of, the lected the 20 ga. My retribution stock., fixtures and good wllL Th great Interest In basketball this 3 o'clock in front ef the

Hue break-through for fishing on Sunday I name. Carpenter's, will be retain- year with IS to 20 men out for ... Florida Bank at Starke. This

ben said In pleased guess. *I., Service Officer. early practices. Three lettermen :le,''i!if... event is being sponsored bv
[That's fine. This thing We will have fried fish, French Dr. Hembree Is resident physician -BUI Burney Herbert Filly aw .': trI' the Future Farmers of America

be over too soon to> salt fried potatoes ,and coffee for sup at the State Prison Farm and Jerome Johns-are back In .. and local merchants have been c
" Evidently the Generals] per. The catch Included black and will continue in that capacity Here TodayTo harness and other players who 1. Uberal In donating articles -to be

or home Just M do the bass perch and mullet (they are there for the time being. it ha are1 shaping up well are Red .' s ei ..rAk auctioned off. Arrangements have
and Prlva .. Does the only ones we could recog- not been annouaced yet who will Wads worth and Phil Shuford been made for bonds to be Issuedon

ts to reminded oo- nize). The way we fished Is rep- be the new pharmacist at Car Aid VeteransBradford (guards Charles Thornton and ;) \ $ the spot by the Florida Bankat y

oy that .the biff shots resentative of all GI angling In penters. R. J. Turner (centers), and Ceo ,Starke. A variety of valuable {R(
in, too. the south seas. The TNT whichwe I Guidon Grill Sold Shuford M. Weaver and Billy articles will be "knocked down"to

ping with the time hon- "policed up" from the Engineers Another recent business trans Countlaoa Interested in Edwards (forwards), the highest bidder of War "

man traditIOn I went fish- is more effective than! the fer here was the sale of the Gui benefits to be derived from recent Coach Hobbs hopes that fans Bonds.

morning (Sunday) ,with hand grenades that are more of- don Grill by Jim Forest, owner, legislation concerning veter who helped to make the football Although Saturday Is the last

|Loran Skaggs' of Savan- ten used.( The Joe returning my to George Kopelouaos. This sale ans' claims and pensions will have season such lan outstanding success H'k official day of the drive sales
pt. Frank WUderson! of glasses told us that during the did snot include the building,, an opportunity today to receive will continue to back the I U throughout the remainder of De-
(ham and Captain Homer search they found 15: fish we over- which Is owned by Lt. Com. R: expert advice on the subject. school athletic program by turn. cember will ,be credited to the
jf Cairo Ga. Sergeant looked. Did they return the fish? I A.. G r e e n. Mr. Kopelousos Is ing out in full force at basketball a quota. Although Bradford Is tlll. !
Howard field'secretary
Riley of Lake Charles, Hell no. They had a fish sup! familiar to the restaurant business de Vaughn games; a long way from the goal. Chairman
with too. Believe It per too. in Starke, having: been formerly representing the State Ser Hayward II. Johnson from headquarters Junlua !.t. Smith Is hopeful
us. vice will be In the court
went fishing on the Now and then the Nips a partner in the Park Cinderella Dance of the Methodist ChurchIn that sales through Dec. 31 wlU
we room from 2 5 today
east of here throw a night attack on some Cafe. p.m. Washington, D. C., will speak put the county over the top
1 four miles
\'er for the of veteraru
purpose aiding To Be Held At Church here
the Methodist
crates the Jap occupied sector of our lines. One night and the of deceased at "More than ever before peopleare
r from our own. ,No dan- recently In a sector where Unique ProgramOn veterans to obtain their claims USO-NCCS ClubThe Sunday morning at.11 o'clock on giving War Bonds for Christmas '

lough, for the' Jap dare'"ocfluewhere. the pillboxes are manned by Yuletide Theme under the new k islation. the subject of "America' Great.lust this year," Mr. Smith stated i
[ ,_ ''a field artillery battalion, musical recording hour Peril". "and' I believe that these late s

Ished with "yellow bait": Jape were heard approaching At Walnut St. USOMrs. in All this persons information who.are would Interested take "Stiver Strings" at the USO- This dynamic speaker received purchases will go a long way toward t
through the Jungle towardsthe nation-wide recognition when he "
making our'quota..
e-half cans of TNT, the 17
NCCS Dec. ,,
of thla tc Club Sunday
tackle here. Arrivingriver perimeter-they! are no- ',, J.. C. Llddon waa presented advantage opportunity led the clean-up fight against n
( bank in our jeep we torlously noisy--and the tense a. ,small gold USO pin for 60 Interview Mr. de Vaughn. will feature "FlnlanduV" by Sib road-housesr gangsters and booze- ChristmasCantata'

1 walked up nervous gunners In the FB's hour pf volunteer service at the elius and waltzes by Strauss. runners In bloody Williamson

| mIle out' where" deep'hokll. *opened .up. ..No answering reg\llar."army wives', luncheon Local Draft oard *,. ) ,This la to be conducted lathe' County-Herein, HI. ,Ills present To Be Presented .
the river's bed and preur shots were flrtfd, but the attacking Tuesday at the Walnut; 'Street Announces 'List. club lounge between 2' and 3 lecture tour for the Methodist At\'Wjiriut! St. USO. .
"tackle". Major Skaggs enemy 'came nearer USO Club. r o'clock and refreshments wilt be Church has brought ftlmfrom the .

tIng blastmaster, and first and was to judge by the volume "Wild Nell", a hilarious pan to- Of Selectees,Taken' served Immediately' following the Pacific Coast where h e spoke "Carols of christmar", acan-} y,

0 cans of TNT together of noise attacking.! In mine was the main feature on program from leading pulpits throughout. tata of familiar\ Christmas music.
[Action tape. He then cute force. Just after the battal- the program, with the followingcast The following list shows registrants Tuesday Dec 19, the club on tho West. ,
of Bradford Local Is to bo presented by the choirof C
\ Inches of fuse which ion headquarters called the : Mrs. George Mathieu, Mrs, County Temple St. will sponsor a DanceIn A former deputy Investigator In .
I in 15 seconds and inserted Infantry for reinforcementsa Al V. Byrne, Mrs. J, R. Fausett Board accepted for service In the I'ursuit of Cinderella. The Illinois\ Mr. Johnson has had a the First Baptist Church of

jthJ detonating cap crimp- a of frightened native Airs. Keith Taylor Mrs. Mary' Armed Forces since July 1944: G.I. Prince Charming who finds rare opportunity to study present Gainesville, on Sunday December

i cap to the fuse with his pig. came scurrying out Robbing: and Mrs. A. J. Casey \\bite tho slipper to fit Cinderella will social problems, particularly as 11, at 4:30: o'clock at the Walnut

The fused cap was then of the brush ran through the After the skit the luncheon Paul Crawford, Jr. have the privilege of presentingher Ihey apply to modern youth and Street. USO Club, under the joint -,
Into one of the TNT cans I arra and passed Into the guests took part In two story William Crosby with a new pair of shoe their relation to their elder
of the three USO
Ih the hole provided and night beyond. Probably was games-"The King with the Terrible J. S. Eunice Jr. and no ration stamp required sponsorship '
[there tightly by another I not a Jap within a mile. Temper", and "The Curious Leaton Union Morgan. Jr. either. Winkler Converting clubs In Starke.

r tape. 9ne'can of TNTcg .I Two of our boys who were Traveler", with Miss BlancheKennedy Oscar Barton Jackson The spaghetti dinner served The program will Include the
detonates the other. commercial artists, In civilian life staff' assistant at the Earl Ray Batten and prepared Wednesday by Mrs. Bungalow, Garage following arrangements by Ellen
Joe KIser and Sergeant club leading. John Lynn Hall Jane Lorenz of well-known carols .
blowing a "conference" in Sergeant Richard, Smith and Mrs. Joseph Into ApartmentsHousing
h we selected the mostly Leonard Matzner, both of New The luncheon was prepared and Henry Gibson, Jr. Svoboda at the USO-NCCS club : Tho Christmas Invitation;

looking" spot, the fuse York are cleaning up these dayson served"by Mrs. Al Wyckoff, Mrs John Edward Denmark on Temple Ave. was a welcome a 0 C onunodatlona In Tim Prophet's Singing (Lo, Howa
I lit and the Major tossed clever colorful Christmas E. W. FOBS, and Mra. R. Ross Ernest Edwards treat to those present. Starke will soon be Increased by Rose) ; The Message of the .

ally into the very spot cards done in water colors. Theygo Mrs H. C. Stewart wan electedto Willie Cecil C.Hanes Melvin Griffis Mrs Thomas Ozburn and Mrs. three attractive mod ern units Angels Good Tidings of Great d,
Ickcd. A thin stream of three for two gilders. serve a term of eight weks on Frank Kapel are co-chairmen of when E. A. Winkler completes remodeling Joy and The Triumph of the
Luther Charles Kelly of Skies: The Dark, Silent Town;
and reconditioning
I bought twelve myself. the wives' council.
tJ bubbles marked the army the luncheon to be served on
Aubrey Lee Deaver from Come to the Manger (Bring a
property recently purchased
A unique program of interfaith Wednesday, Dec. 20 and will
Mose Cyrus Griffis W. N. Carnaslon at the northeast Torch) ; Guided by a Star (March ;
was featured at the their favorite dessert, i
stmas Schedule Shepherd Awarded cooperation Sam Melton Griffla prepare corner of Temple and Jefferson of the Three Kings); The Adoration -
Club, December chocolate cake.
Sunday Supper pecan
Vern Dale Cherry street (Fairest Lord Jesus) ; Thrice
ounced By High Scout HonorThe 10. Miss Beas Spanner directorof Marlle\ Ray Griffla All G-I wives who are Inter Holy Day.
the USO-JWB In Starke, ex- Walter Albert Davis. ested In displaying their.culinary The large bungalow, formerly
copal Church Rev. L. A. Shepherd, chap- plained the history and meaning Colored art" or In enjoying a good home- occupied by Mr. and Mrs. Car Roy Tew is director of the l
lain of the Florida.State Prison. naslon Is being converted Into a choir.
of the candlellghtlng ceremony Columbus Small cooked meal are invited to this
tTMAS COLLECT honored Thursday of last apartment and Is being This Is the fourth In a series
was wftlch Introduces the Jewish Hanukah Benjamin Franklin Murphy luncheon at the club, each Wed-
od. who makeat us glad week at the annual meeting of modernized I and redecorated
a holiday paralleling the George Lumpkln nesday 12:30.: Meals are served of monthly event sponsored
the yearly remembrance of the North Florida Council of Boy season. Sgt. Robbins throughout. The two-car garage
Christmas Fletcher Louis Kelly for 25: cents.Service jointly by the Starke USO Clubs.
of Scouts of America, held at the read the Hebrew prayers customarily also situated on the property has
thine only son Jesus At Frazier Kelly\ Everyone Is Invited to attend.
Thomas Hotel in Gainesville. and lit the two been converted Into an attractive
Clarence Edward DeSue
grant that as we joyfullyhim the Men Need
this time he was presented candles In the small sliver candelabra Moses Hickson. apartment and Is now almost
for our Redeemer soy Silver Beaver Award "for out- signifying the eternal Xmas Tree Lights completed.Mr. Military Rites

* with sure confidence be- standing service to boyhood". light of life while Miss: Spanner Minor Accidents Winkler paid $0,200 for the For S. L. HodgesStanley w
lm when he shall come to This is the highest award that followed with translations of the Mrs. K. G. Dun can Starke property and Is spending $2,500

Judge who llveth and the Council can present. Only prayers. Come Close TogetherThere Chairman of the Camp and Hos on Improvements. He now owns Leon Hodges 44. died
ft in the 15: counties of pital Committee Bradford County the at hlif. home here Wednesday
with thee hand the Holyone three men Potato pancakes, spread with all street front property on near -
God world without the North Florida Council wereso and< apple sauce the' tra- were two accidents almost American Red Cross, has been no- east side of Temple Ave. between Dec. 6. He was a veteranof 6
honored. sugar for the first day simultaneously early Tues- tified by the Council Secretary of Jackson and Jefferson streets. In World War I. and his funeral
ditional menu
Amen.AS SERVICES Chaplain Shepherd has served of Hanukah were served with day afternoon. Patrolman Ebb the Northeastern Florida Camp addition to his new purchase his I was conducted with military honors ; pa
. 21-st. Thomas' Scouting for a number of yearsIn Thornton and the M. P.'s on duty and Hospital Council that 40 sets holdings include his own home ; Including a firing squad from
Day; Holy coffee.
various capacities. In 1943 he were called to the north end of of Christmas tree decorations and a garage apartment and a business Camp Bland Ing. Service were
union 10:00 a. m. served the New River District as After the meal the group sang town t& investigate a collision 75 sets of electric lights are' building housing his electric I held in McKinney Cemetery Sat-

24-4 Advent Morningr Chairman of Organization and Christmas carols In preparationfor between an army vehicle and a needed to( make the Christmas shop and Noegel's Cafe. urday afternoon with the Rev. t
nd Sermon, 11:00 a. m. Extension.: In 1944 he served as carolling on Christmas Eve. civilian car. The only damagewas holiday more cheerful for the hos- Since moving from their former '.. G. Hemingway of Starke. and +o ,,
- 2-i-Chrl.Jtmu "Eve, Sung Commissioner for the district and Mrs Lawrence Thilklng, .Sgt. a bursted tire. pitalized service men at the U. home the Carnaslons are occupy the Rev. Fred Dodd of Mldlakesn % !

rlet, 11:00: p. m.2SChrl.tmas. has Just been re-elected to continue Leonard Kaplan. Sgt. and Mrs. On their return they were S. Naval Hospital Jacksonville\ ing the Winkler garage apart charge Pallbearers were service -

'Day, Holy his outstanding servtse In Bruce Saunders Mrs. Robbins called to the Seaboard crossingnear and Naval Infirmaries throughout ment. men from Camp Blending
union, 10:00: a. m. this important position during and Sgt. and Mrs. Irving Staller Quigley &: Davis lumber northeastern Florida. In keeping with the military cus-

, 28-Holy Innocents, Holy 1945.: assisted with the. supper. Mn.the yard where the northbound "Sli Individuals and organizations Army Wives Plan tom.; He was a member of the

union. 10:00: a. m. During 1943 most of the troopsin Al Wyckoff accompanied ver Meteor" had atruck a car are requested to deliver all contributions Long Bridge Christian Church.
, 31-1st Sun. after Christ- the New River District comprising group singing driven by a soldier whose name to the above chairman Christmas Party He Is survived by his widow
U-OOam.: Bradford Baker and Union was not learned. The train was who will channel them to the For YoungstersThe Ida Hodges three sons: Deloren ;i

, "Communlon for Peace .counties, were organized un- Scout Troop 70 going very slowly at the timeso proper authorities. These needs Hodges, Shy Brown, S 1-c of rJ '
world Shepherd's superviaion. only went past the length of are urgent. You can do your Army Wives' Council of Maryland and S-Sgt. Odus
10:00 Mr. OfficersThe
: der Elects
a. m.
one engine before stopping. The part by helping the patients haves the Walnut Street USO Club Is Brown of the Panama Canal

3'.8,00-Epiphany, Feast of ChurchAt meeting of Scout Troop 70 car was badly crushed but no Christmas they will never forget planning a Christmas party for Zone; his mother Mrs. Phillipsof
p. m. To Dedicate held Monday night for the one was Injured. The wreckedcar children up to 8 years of age to Jacksonville; one sister Mrs.
1- ?- Sun. after Eplhany New River was of electing officers. The < was moved immediately and be held at the USO Club on eland Johns of Jacksonville; '
Communion. 11:00 a. m. purpose Its 21 at 3 o'clock. two brothers J. J. Phillips of .4
: following were selected: Scoutmaster the train proceeded on way. Recent MarriagesVirginia Thursday Dec. ,
Bradford and J. F. Phillips,
of Jacksonville
rceaslons Churches Mrs R. N. Christensen Mrs.
for World Peace Christian Rev. Grover Alison; ,
Friday! night, 7:30: p. m. County will convene Sunday dedicatingthe Dec. Assistant Scoutmaster Lyle Anderson Store ClosingsDry Gasklns and Curtis' N. W. O'Rourke. Mrs. Lawrence Army Air Corps, Nebraska.
the purpose of milking and Mrs. George Mathieu
31. for ; Junior Assistant Scoutmaster Colding.
The Tabernaclerlstmas new building at Long 10 Bobby Turner; Senior goofs:! and military supply Doris Crosby and Albert Bailey. are in charge of arrangements Bible SchoolThere
The program will- begin Patrol Leader Joe Montelth; and stores will be open all\ day Wednesday Marjorie Nickels and Artie Lee for the party. There will be
"song-story",. "The a. m. and the dedication Troop Scribe, Manuel Tlllakos. i I Dec. 20 and 27, and will Abbott.Verlln. games and refreshments a short were 44 children present
will be presented by a will\ take place at 2 I p. m. If any boys are Interested in : be eloped! all day Christmas and McLeod and Alonzo W. program and singing, and, of Tuesday afternoon at the weekly
enjoyedat I
ot 20 young people at the A basket dinner will be Joining our troop they are In- i New Years' davs. Grocery stores! Bcasley, both of Lawtey. course, Santa Claus. Bible School class held at the
:=&cle. Friday evening. Dec. cited to meet with us at the Armory are clos'n:? at different times and 'o-c9 Nlckols: and James E. All children\ both army and \lethodlst Church Building. Mrs.
t 8 o'clock. There will bentai IC. Burton will serve and aschairman : Building Monday night at ceveraf: of them will remain open I Hamp. civilian are Invited to the party. V. J. Churchwell. teacher gave
l music of the meeting each'dne"ay! during the holiday .."" Glover! and Marlon Nix The club Is located at 201 North the Illustrated lesson this weekf
and Christmas r:30.
r8. The public Is cordially music will be urder the directionof II Reporter, E. S. neaaon. bo" of Lake Butler. Walnut Street. the Birth of Christ. .

Frank C- Houston. s.l%

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j/111 be greatly appreciated. All 'Homes located in Jacksonville! I Christmas dinner with all the I ery child wder\== ;
South Jacksonville, Miami, Lake- trimmings, and hopes to be able
r t: THE BRADFORD COUNTY Uncle Joe9sJ.A.'V contributions of money should be land and Pensacola. to provide each little youngstera I Society will be care
sent to the Treasurer of the Society vided for bounttuJJ!
suit dress
new or shoes, slid
Is and Will
!i R tabllshed 1877 (for the past 38 years) R. I "Daddy' Fagg eager bedroom slippers, underwear, I I a gloriously happy be laaL
.' E. 1. Matthews Editor and Owner V. Covington, 403 Consolidated anxious to secure enough money stockings and raincoat. Chl'illn!
.1 Building, Jacksonville, and all articles to provide not only toys, dolls
: {:, It's still true that can't I for homeless This Is a big order, but If You kcc
Ri't' Publ18btd Weekly on Fridays and Entered. eat Second ClaM Matter you other than cash will be and goodies every bBONL buJit
II' ;' Florida. have your candy and eat It too. warmly welcomed at any one of child, but wants to give these everyone reading this article will
Office at Starke.
at the Post I(I
,', If we old sots buy those two the Home Society's' five Children's children.. In all five homes a real send In even a dollar or two, ev- WAR
quart of Scotch for Christmas
The FBI Discloses A RECENT news article cheer, we can't buy that extra

) ; Racketeering Activities in a Jacksonville daily $2$ War Bond during: the 6th
paper confirms a sus- War Loan Drive.A .
.1. >'f: ': Of Magazine Crew picion, long held, that returned soldier from Have a "Coke"= Merry Christmas

u many of these traveling the South Pacific ruined my
. ; :: 1 ; troups of magazine salesmen and salesgirls are using prospective supply of Christmas -

their supposed occupation merely as a "front" for dealings Hnake-blte remedy when
I ii r'' far more sinister than the mere purveying of lie did a little orating stressing
the nw* Mlty of purchasing -
: magazines.The .
War Bonds M that Uncle
; 'c; article tells of the indictment by a Federal Uhlnker could purchase additional -

'r'I. Grand Jury of a' "district manager" of a travelingcrew munitions for the men _
of magazine salesmen on a charge of violating on the front line lie painted _
the White Slave Act. It alleges that he transported it picture of a desperately p _
: girls in interstate commerce "for immoral purposes fought battle In which victory -

'r i and debauchery". Girls and boys in the crew ranged dependent on: "PraJ_

r in age from 16 to 22 years. munition.the Lord"and pass the am-

(. ,; 1 t .. It was L.'stated. ,,.! .that_ .L.__young".._. ._..girls.. :_ were_..____.recruited.: .. ... .. The Idea he was trying to get
y .v I lili-UUj&ll Cl****-*l*JCU auverusemen\.s ** oIliCKlSunVlue f --- tnrougn our thick skulls was:
l lanta and Savannah and that they were offered salaries You can't pass the ammunition

i of $40 a week and traveling expenses up to $150a unless It's there to pass, and you
I month to solicit subscriptions to little-known magazines can't praise the Lord for victoryand
%' from door to door. Some of the girls told F.H.I your son's life unless you

.s i agents they represented themselves to be wives: of did your part in passing the

1, ;.; ; ; f service men overseas, honorably discharged Wacs or ammunition. The picture as I
got it, was two of Scotch
t i Waves or cadet nurses just returned from New Guinea.
: : : There are few among us who have not been annoyed against a soldier's or sailor's
I life. He
, painted the picture much
. at time another by the obnoxious tactics of
one or larger, but the part mentionedwas
4 these so-called salesmen and women. Their insistence, enough to cause any motheror iit;
. ; ''t" their affected manner of speech and gooey good-fel- father to prefer a $25: War
lowship usually result in turning the stomach of the Bond to a dead son who lost his ., .
. l. L : "prospect" rather than inducing him to buy maga life because his ammunition. gave ,
: zines. out.

.y.... The war seems to have done a lot toward freeing Along: with the serious side _

\ '. a1,1? ', ; the country of this plague and a few more exposes' comical this soldier Illustrations.gave some He rattier

,i (,a such as the one just made in Jacksonville will prob- about a certain waspeaking ,

ably finish the job. Few, if any, will be the mourners Shavetail Just out of OCS
; ; ', if the genus magazinus passes out entirely. who seemed to think he was '
much more Important to the . adding refreshment to holiday cheer

I > It Takes Blood 0 A READER, anxious toT Army, and than told a four-star a story to general Illustrate -- The spirit of good will rules the Christmas season. It's a time to get together 1
help in the war effort
Win A War
; and eager to inspire others : A young ministerial with friends and family. : a time when all we mean by borne in its gracious- j ,
I '; Yours Is Needed Now student took his Bishop to
: f ,1, : to do so too, brings tank for attending a wedding ness and friendliness is at its peak. In such an atmosphere Coca-Cola belongs,

?1 to our office an editorial supper where wine was ice-cold and sparkling with life. There's a whole of hospitality in the '
1t) 1 x clipped from "Stars and Stripes", the Army newspaper, served. The Bishop replied story '
t describing the serious blood plasma shortage in our ""Well brother, our Master three words Have a "Coke",-three words that express friendly spirit the
European attended feast
war hospitals.Accompanying a wedding
'round. Yes Coca-Cola and the that
,? where wine was served and year pause refreshes are everyday
the editorial is a picture of a
British girls who groupof when the wine ran out he symbols of a way of living that takes friendliness for granted "Coke"=Coca-Cola
are donating their blood to help
made It'natural(
. 'i' more by turning waterinto or popular tuna
the lives of
save wounded American soldiers.
wine." to acquire friendly abbrevfe
, 1 "We hope dome people back home in the States get The dona. That's why you hen
young student cut In to
," to S4 e this picture" the editorial comment "The medic say, "That may be true but in STARKE COCA-COLA BOTTLING CO I Coca-Cola called "Cole".

' ; npod a quota of Jive pint of blood for every Olin combat. my opinion He'd have better

ThiM. far they have been able to store up only two pinto stayed away and not set such a *
+, a1 : for every man In action. bad example for the young folks

"There I Isn't who are looking for an excuse to
Just enough blood being given by the
.. a .r fonts.! bade home" Stars and Stripes continue "And for i drink. The soldier concluded
c ,' w l lack of that blood some suffering GI-many suffering his Illustration by saying, "That'sthe -CC.
opinion that Shave tall has of
Ola will :
dieaS, . himself. He even criticizes) Gen- _
, f? V "SUttnjrely'Moagtfc Wood donation In the State rise eral MacArthur when; the General t ,
H t. ','1 1 when the war DewS Is; bad und fall when It's good. But is just as far above him as *

I: when weir aIIW"" !.11 good Is when. blood is needed most. liei Christ was above the young ministerial ./ k v\
.'! i, i ('al1& costs blood -Iota of blood-to make It good. student. Then, when }:
"Tho.,..., UrIUxli. speaking about Shavetails in gen- jam'r wGeneral >
girls evidently that. Perhaps I
eral, he said, "Lots of them \ --
\ F ; its ImcauNO they're closer to the battle, for a good part seem to think everyone should '- I '::?; c

:' i ; of the battle was fought right hnre In England think as they do. They are not 'r '>*.

"Hut distance from battle ,should make no difference. nearly as broad-minded .aa the j I ...3bo '
1{ ;Gc :: Far from homr, our men ore never plotter to their people<< old deacon who said, 'It's a good ....,.,/ -. '! '
i thau when. thing we all don't see eye to -:.. I I,
they are wounded. That's when'they need -, J ...
II l Mood-American blood.. eye for if we did, every man : ( .
: 4 )' .
Z f :
i In this church would have wanted .d :t: J
,r y It would take a pretty hard-hearted person to read my old Dinah for a wife.' '\ Y r

': + this 'plea from Stars and Stripes and not be moved by But getting back to the : t C
i: a desire to give a bit of his own blood to save the life serious part of that soldier's ; I//'

y; .' of some American boy on foreign soil. If you have m..lI8go--lt will be a coincidence / I n.t .
4 Y' t,' ; ,. not made a blood contribution up to now, why not arrange If your own son or J\\ /': .

i"'r" t to do so at once? The Jacksonville Blood Bank brother lives to praise the IV'7k \ i
''e Lord unless do part
is conveniently located and almost everyone in this you your r
t area visits the city at least once in every three or in panning the ammunition.
1' 4 four weeks. The donation of blood is not injurious to If you haven't a son, brotheror ,
In the don'tset
Y.. I r the donor, it is not painful and there are,no ill effects. like old Cain war and say, II"

( Skilled l attendants can be depended upon to judge accurately "Am I my brother's keeper?"

i,1 your ability to give. There is nothing to fear. for If you do, you'll have a

The Jacksonville Blood Bank is located at 535 West mark placed: on your brow-

y'a' a 10th Street and in order to plan your visit to fit in If not some other place whereIt *
i : {( with next business would be even more effective -
G your trip to the city, it would be
; ; a good idea to clip the following schedule and keep it -when the O. I. Joes who

4t +t in your purse or bill fold for future reference are left alive come marching -
t : home at last. :
... -
ran !uonoay tnrougn rnuay: y a. m. lu f p. m. You can't have your candy and says :
'- ;; Saturday: 9 a. m. to 12 noon. eat it too. Nor can you have a

lr{ Thursday evening: 5 p. m. to 7 p. m. clear conscience If you buy snakebite -
It is requested that appointments be made in ad- remedy for Christmas Instead '
: vance for groups of more than three people. This may of another War Bond. Of- "I
be done by telephoning Jacksonville 5-0569. course, Lf you're going to buy the want more supplies than wee

' I Prove that you are worthy of the sacrifices our Scotch anyway, don't forget to
i, ( a men are making on the fighting fronts by arranging come around and pass the time
of day with Not ,
me. hinting or .
an appointment with the Blood Bank-TODAY
anything like that, but it does

sometimes) pay to advertise-eseclally fare 1 1 X 11 of ammunition Ie-
' German
are being
, '; I Pulpwood Saves Lives B ALTHOUGH pulpwood I > In the Bradford County . g g fenses poured
,> a By Packaging makes the most of the Telegraph's want ad column. every minute; 6,000,000 rounds of artillery

IS Drugs and Plasma powder now being used Muff said.Children's. shells and 2,000,000 rounds of mortar shells are
and 1 think the
s",. I warts more than he is
to blast
; paths for getting
our ,
t being hurled
I" 'f 1 at the Nazis month.
1Iv' y" fighting forces to Berlin Home* both. now and in the future . Unless every
, ; 14 and Tokyo, it also performs \ everyone \
many missions of mercy. Voices AppealFor the through the nation those I Guns
Pulpwood can claim partial credit for the remark- I way at the front and Fired With Pulpwood

; ably 100 GIs high recovery of our wounded men. Out of each Xmas Fund those at home, keeps on the job everlastingly; and Eighty percent of the powder that fires these

wounded in this war, only three die. That is Scores of utterly;) destitute orphan ,with mounting intensity are only the
i. less. than one-third of the death rate in World War I. homeless and needy little 1 ;!I day o/victory"? postponing sheDs is made of pulpwood, and every shell} ,
Prompt treatment on the field or immediately behind Florida children under the care of
a +k the lines is mainly responsible for the saving of .these of the Children's Home Society of \ overseas is shipped in a carton

I precious 97 out of 100 lives. And this prompt treat- Florida, "Florida's Greatest Char- .., ._. ..t. / Pulpwood Packs Supplies / pulpwood. .
ment is made possible by pulpwood. Ity", are earnestly pleading for GENERAL Eisenhower _..
't : '7 Blood plasma Christina toys, dolls games and means you when he pleads .. Don't Every
which has worked miracles you "postpone the day of victory"
on for
every goodies for Christmas more production the
Day; In on Home Front
front, is packaged in paper made of because hour of the home
pulpwood. Every fact, they are counting definitely peak pulpwood production on
4 l fighting man carries pulpwood is now a ixo. j. critical War
a package of
; paper-protected sulfa on the State Superintendent, Mar- Shortage and Front hastens wasted
6. ;. drugs and tablets into battle. A newly-developed sur- cus C"Daddy" Fagg, who has this is a pulpwood-producing area Victory, and every lagging or

L J k gical gauze, made of pulpwood, has stopped the blood been serving the Home Societyand .according to General Eisenhower hour that could be used in cutting more pulpwood
t flow of many a GI until he could obtain a doctor's Its homeless little ones for 5,000 rounds postpones it. '
care. the past 34 years (over 50,000 of

All bandages, surgical dressings, surgical instru- them) to find a way to answer Bring Your Boys Home Sooner by
.. ments, and first aid dressings are delivered their Christmas letters to Santa Cutting Pulpwood Today ,.
to field stations "
a in Claus, and "Daddy" Fagg does ok" *-J .. "
perfect "
condition because of special paper pack- k *
not want to
4 vi disappoint even one *
; ing.So when needy child, and Is therefore *y,-..,*.; ........ *. * **
>e you are trying to decide whether or not sending out this urgent appeal ...
to cut pulpwood, remember some boy's life ;for *
may depend donations of money foodstuffs VICTORY
i 1 on your decision. of every kind, toys games, ,to PULPWOOD COMMITTEE}' ;

A'' This is dolls, goodies and children's wear- L. T. DYER .
0 a funny world. All the civilized peoples ables of every kind and size. Chairman .US 11'

t are at war while' the savages are at peace.-Crescent Even the smallest contributionwill L. D. Vining, Hal! Edwards, Lester .rlJ': 'r1J:
City Journal. Kite -
I 'a be of ,
tremendous help, and Hogan Smith, Tyler ""
f1tit 1 J. K. Douglas'OE '. ., -t'



tHRTEMBEIt 15. 1044 imAnroun COUNTY TKi.Eon\pn. STAUKE. Fi.ORIT.t PAGE THREE

our substitute teacher, also :Mrs. seal at Stark. Florida, this December plaintiff, seeks divorce Rablk whose residentIs 9409 Miles. ........
e, 1>... County Telegraph. shall ," Ave Cleveland. Ohio .
LILS. ? Witness hand
JOURNAL Jones, who was our science substitute A. J. Thomas, this order In next four. ..... I You are required to appear. on seal I at Florida and, this official December .
teacher. Aa Clerk of said Court sues January I lit h. 1044, In the ISth, 1144. II
(OFFICIAL SEAL!' ) Witness my hand and named Court and oauie, (OFFICIAL HAL) A J. Thomas,
Mrs. Greasier our home-room Knight A Knight Starke, Florida seal at Starke Florida, this plaintiff seeks dliorce ..abOV"1 As Clerk of said Court .
LtiOketa Green Xmas teacher went to Jacksonville sev- Attys. for Pit 11-8 4t 18.29NOTICE ember 11. 1 44.OFFICIAL I County Telegraph shall J. 8. Harrison Jacksonville' Florida
-Bobby Turner ProgramTo eral week ago and bought us six ( Aa( Clerk of SEAL said Court) A. J. this order In next tour w..kl Ally fur Plf. 1215-4t-lt| |

Biographies Lora Be PresentedBy library books with our school NOTICE IS I1KHRHV GIVEN thatI. T. Frank I.a ml rum, Starke, "'"-.- - .- I 1 _ _._. ...-r_ ._ _ ... _._ v- ........,.
Hi I lor Myrtle J. Carpenter lately doing Atty. for Plf. | |
Franc, room dues. There are two girls : business. under the firm name
hl Writing ClassThe WE CAN USE
ty New-oamlta tto who take care of the books Mar- of Carpenter's. located at the IV '-Ult I IT < 0lltr. IIH\I>. MORE PULPWOOD
Southwest Corner of the Intersection eot'V'rl. FLOIl1Uti iv '
ian McRae
Barbara Kt'fIn Creative Writing Class, and Alma Jean Math- of Call and Thompson Street CKHV.Ivo WRITE TIMBER DEPARTMENT
Blo aphlettDorotbyby which la composed of senior In the City of Starke Bradford Antoloa Andrlnl CONTAINER CORPORATION OF AMERICA
ers eny.We ..
County, Florida have sold my business Clrlla Kovnrev Andrlnl,
and 1\Iarie EdwardsNewIene and one senior boy, is planningto drew names last week for to Dr. J. M. Hembree, who ( Case No 1468.OHDKR I }FERNANDINA FLA.
Kelley sponsor a Christmas programon our Christmas party. will continue said business under OF

S aI l }'ratuJ'et-Marlon Johns December 22. This program Reporters, the name location.of Carpenter's al thesame STATE' AND NOTICE OF FLORIDA TO to:: I n '" ... - .... ..... ..- f. ... -.-...

fn petty Ilaael Green will be given the second period. Catherine Gainey and I will not be responsible for any Clrlla Kovacev Andrlnl whose.
In the auditorium.The indebtedness contracted. by the dence and post office a.1dr. I.I
Albert Kite. business known as Carpenter's on Zablaca Dalmatla Yugoslavia FOR SAFETY, COMFORT AND ECONOMY RIDE I
rialess program this year la taken and after the tth day of December, You are required to
from the Bible Story of the Birth IN! cmrrrr COI-RT. nittnFonnCOI 1944. I January II, 1945. In the
All persona Indebted to or having named Court and cause, FLORIDA MOTOR LINE
to say the subject of Of Our Lord, Jesus Christ. The !MTV, FLOHIUtl 1M! CIIAN-! claims against said business. of plaintiff ....k. divorce
consideration la one story has been rearranged or I Ruth J. Fleming. Plaintiff, Sidney Carpenter's which Indebtedness to County Telegraph shall
Y, and T. vs. or claims against said. businesswere this order In next tour I COURTEOUS CORRECT INFORMATION
old and Is neyhaslzed might say, "changed Just a little". No. Fleming, Defendant. Case Incurred prior to the above sues
ver grows : The title will be, "If Christ Was 3459. date, are requested to adjust such j Witness my hand and ., PLEASE PHONE 117
too strongly, We Born ORDER OF PURIFICATION matters. with me personally: at the seal at Stark, Florida, this
that. We find earliest opportunity ember ft, 1944OFFICIAL
I knoW Under the direction, and STATE OF FLORIDA to: Sldn.y It ( PEAL' ) A. J. .
ese things are still aadly super T. Fleming Whose r* ld.nce> I* U. As Clerk of said Court. UNION BUS STATIONLACY
spite of the fact that vision of J. D. Kuykendall, I H Veterans Hospital at Augusta, iv iiirrir coiiir' lilt\i pi>m) I W C. Hardesty. Dnytonn.
in told about think this program will be a Georgia.You . COt N"'V, FLORIDA IX ('11 ''- 'Florida., Atty. for Plf. | | I .
always being are required to appear on <'KH1.Claude It..ll"I CONWAY Agent I
Why Is It that studi splendid one.Speaking January 8th 1941In the above ('. Pye, Jr.. Plaintiff, v... I.N ('UT.'r' <.oii '1'. mi \ ).
? and old as we are for the class and my- named Court and (cause wherein Kmlly t). Pye, Defendant Case 'U"\1'1', Fi.immti iv (' Temple Ave. Starkc Florida
i large "We plaintiff seeks divorce and custody No. 9473. I C',,;,,,". I
such little things ? We self hope it is enjoyed by of Children Bradford County TeluKraph OnT>EIt OF PUBLICATION Paul Kriinet, Formerly
? we fuss If the all". shall publish this Order In ANn NOTICR TO APPKAIt otto Kuhl Plaintiff vs. Lucy
fin line, next four weekly iNKuea.. STATE OF FLORIDA to: Emily, Brunet Formerly known as ---"
I gives a, test at a timee Witness my hand and official D, Pys, whose residence In 111 Hanover Lowe Kuhl. efendant.. l'"..
think does not fit oure HONOR ROLL seal at Starke. Florida, thin December St. Charleston South Cnrulln: 3477. DEALINGS'
2nd. 1944.OFFICIAL You are required to appear on ORDER OF % ('
| and we always have ( SEAL: ) A. J. Thomas,: January IS, 11146, In the above I AND NOTICE TO ''' .\ t
rouble to air. Why Is ite 12th An Clerk of mild Court. named Court :"and chose, wherein. STATE OF FI, >RIDA to: of quiet and honorable conduct art
the Dorothy Burned Marian John William D. Morgan Jacksonville., plaintiff seeks divorce Pritdfiiril T.ury Lowe llrunet, whose .. ..
cannot think ,bout Bobble ham'Haruara Keen Fla. Atty. for Pit 13-8 4t 12-S9 County Telegraph| shall publish, In 4IK West IIHth Street, the umu'erving; creed of an old established -
of others and give them Frances Colley Allene Kelly thl. Order. In next four weekly liauen New York N. Y. and modern of
? In a whlleTBiographies Audrey Crews Eustace Kelly iv! rmriir ('0.'It'1'. nii.'i>>>pomCOI > I You are required to .' system! economical
I thought once Dorothy CroBby I.uiilee Parrlsh "MTV, KI.OHIIIIV (''''''''. Witness. my hand and official January IZth, 1945.\ In the ; serving.
Marie Edwards Catherine Revels CEItY.Mary enl at Starkn, Florida, this December named Court and cause, ,
Oleeta Green Clarice Rosier Pradley Slayter. by her next. 11, 1944OFFICIAL plaintiff seeks divorce
Stella Mae HayesPhlllp Shuford friend. ISlxle L. Bradley, Plaintiff ( SEAL' ) A. J. Thomas, County Telegraph. shall \ ,
Barbara Horne vii. E. R. Slayter, Defendant. Case As Clerk of said Court. this. Order In next four ".. *
Eunice 11th No. 3464. T. Frank Lndrum. Starke.: Florida. I ..u.....
Eula Mae Beatrice Parries Margaret Mon. ORDER OF PITBL.ICATION Atty. for Pit lZIl9.4t| -116| (OFFICIAL BRAD A. J,
| Mae was born December Lila Rae Caldwell telth AND NOTICE TO APPUAU As Clerk of said Court. DEWITT C. JONES
Lawtey. She went to Luella Davis Selleta Sparks STATE OF FLORIDA to: Jo:. K. IN rlltl'LIT .tJ"'"'1'. '"1UJI'OIU.. Witness. my hand and of t
|6, la Dorothy Mott .Betty Turner Slayter. whose home and legal roiNTV.! Fl.Ollllltl IV! <(<'""N- seal at Stark., Florida, this AMBULANCE
there through the ninth I Olorla Cooper. Hobby Turner residence !In Dry Prong. Louisiana, TKHY.William. ember 13th 1944. r'
land has been attendingrd Hazel. Fields Margarlte Wain- and whose actual military address. M. Jones, Plaintiff VA.I ''. (,. Hardesty Daytona
since. Anlce Green wright I In: Corp. E. R Slayter tl92 13B9, I Elisabeth M. Jones, Defendant. Florida, Att)'. for I'lf. | /
High School ever Betty. Jean lUaU Cooks and Bakers School Camp Case No. 3470. Funeral Director
(Is 5 feet 3 Inches tall, and iota Maxey.. Texas. ORDER OF PUBLICATION IV! rilUTIT COt'llT.' ) ,
haa brown Hubert Blecha Madeline Ken- You are. required to appear on ANI NOTICE TO APPEAR ('01'1'F'.O"IU.' .', iv! : Fhona* 7STAUKE.
117 pounds Marlon Brown nedy January 8. 1945, In the above nam- STATE]! OF FLORIDA to: Elisabeth C-KIIV.
Sid hazel eyes. Marilyn Crosby Ina Mae Town ed Court e. wherein plaintiff M. Jones, whose. residence Is John O. Ilablk, Jr, Plaintiff
Beatrice Edwards Mend eeek nddIV':. : and restorationof 2612: State Street Little. Hock Arkansas Stella. Ilablk Defendant. Case FLORIDA
lone and only dls1.lke.1a con- Billy/' Edwards Harvene Water. maiden. name. Bradford County : S47H
I people and I think we' all Lou ne'ft.w son 'Telegraph shall publish this Order You are required to appear on I ORDER OF ) tP
Her tlretner Lowell I Douglas : In next'four weekly laiiuea.. January 15, 1945, In the above AND NOTICE TO ' .:
Iwith her on Betty Home Joyce Moore I Wltne my hand and official named Court and cause, wherein STATE' OF FLORIDA to: /:
horse back rid- Joan King .
> likes are ----- -
d 1 good things to eat. nth d
Paul Canova Melvene Davis .
finishing high school Ronald Oriffls Leon Ellington
r-tae wants to work in an Blanche NaxRudolph. Hupp

We wish her lots of luck. worth Nth BillyImlth/: What Helps Agriculture
Patsy Dew Hue Parker jj
Betty Ann FlynnBetty Ann Kan-
lUlIoni S. Matheny, Jr. Audrey Moore dolph
) was born in Bristol, Tenn. Doris Moncrlef. r

feet, 10 inches tall, weighsunds Catherine Oalney Tth Louise Carter I
has blonde hair, and Kay Irlffla. Peggy Dale. Helps All of Us! -

yes. Billy moved to Flor- Charles brook Harden-Harry Ann flreen Dlnklns

Ln he was seven years old Alma Jean Math-Jerry Merritt 2
jartcd school in Palatka Ele- eny Joyce Newsome
Marian McRne. Donald Powell
School. He came to Colla Jo Dumlu Charles. Smith
rd High In 1941, when he

I the 9th grade. 7-C NewsWe

's likes are hunting, fish-
imming, and reading good are glad that our science

His dislikes; are lying, al- teacher, Miss Herlong 'is back to

: drinks, and swearing. school and. we hope that Mrs. De -- .

j know that success must morest, our geography teacher

I aim, and knowing Billy, were will, be,back ., oon. ,We ,//BPJoyei)
] he will reach his goal. having Mrs. Swearingen who wasIe'ce

Done Tt I i ia
/4&/ JLhia page is printed here aa
c- -:= =' f
service to all farmers and Y

ranchers of America.Together 4

with you producers, we have
a big job to do in the business - -

I&Y ;) of feeding this nation of cultural Research Department. Ho will welcome

ours well, your suggestions and original ideas. Mr. Simpson

,/ e.Neim.a Iti a A short time ago I waa talk ia the Editor-but it ia your page. Please help us PROFITABLE CATTLE FEEDINGUnder

5t& sy ing about improved methods make it a useful one.

with a farmer. He said, "The way I look at it ia this A Merry Christmas to you all I present condition the Illinois Agricultural f
College recommend medium
U ;
v n a -what helps agriculture helps all ous..
c N feeders of better to a good finish but not to
That ia it in a nutshell. What helps agriculture / choice Their suggestions:

I SCIENCE does help all of us-producer, meat packer and processor f L Keep cattle largely on pasture and roughage
retailer and consumer. So the purpose of this Aad.., srdr a aa/ until they have most of their growth. 2. Feed ,

.fit l page is to tell in a few words and many pictures cotamontwo-year-old feeder minimum amount
of corn to medium finish, producing commer- a at
about all manner of.things that do help agriculture
cial or If-(grade boof. 3. Feed medium two-
We hope that by searching out news items, telling If I year-old foofJem? minimum of corn to a medium ,
of new trends, big or little, reviewing findings of "Sorry ditappolnt torn finish producing commercial or I) beef; or 'J
folk Ihll ChrMmot.
agricultural experiment stations, by recounting the short-feed thorn a full feed of corn to a good .
But /'ye got a dot* with She finish, producing good or A-grade beef.
experiences of successful individuals, and in many v Service men and woman I .4. Short-fend good and choice two-yonr-old
other render aworthwhileservice to feeders full food of suitable
ways, we can a corn plus supplement ;
a mud" / fc* loo link or too
all who produce our nation's food. to produce good or A-< PRED The Editor will be F. M. Simpson, who ia already 10''., details, write College of Agriculture, Urbana,
Ill., for Bulletin No. 601.
well known to many of you as Manager of our Agri- j

4 7'e'o1aeeoea 1fIadadte Nutrition Is Our Business-and Yours. t f BETTER PASTURES PAY

,, : The pasture Is capable of

WAIL PAINT same with human beings. There is a great deal making a real contribution
liM to farm income if '
a k
of research being conducted at the present time fair chance. Often land unsuitable -

'Ma FOR BETTERDOITYOURSELF in our universities to find out more about the for anything else ia F'

f relationship between diet and human health, and ;'1\ / called pasture and receive* '

C s I Swift & Company gives many grants to aid this wti, ,; A- no attention. Lean and

y ,V kind of research. hungry animals graze on it. Tho picking ia pretty slim, !
,. ;,.,. extremely low in phosphorus and calcium deficient in the ,,. ,,
PAINTINGNowa "/tithe _".., ..u. IV. S. Not BO many years ago a lot of people said meat
minerals needed for animal
protein and other nutrition.
." '.i
I"'" 1-- 188. was hard to digest; that children should never be '
To have profitable pastures;, the yield acre must
soybean paint eootcotrMe that takes he These six Americana are united in the job of seegiven pork, etc. Nutritionists have proved;that be greatly Increased, the nutrient-content per improved the

of k' actually fan to paint ing that 132,000,000 fellow Americans get enough pork is one of the most digestible 0 fall' grazing season must start earlier in the spring last later

p l pain wt paioUog- of.the right kinds of food to eat. The'rancher, rich Vitamin n Bi. These and many other basic In the fall. Rye, grand, winter oats and other winter

/ NtIs with SPRBD. Gee COM corers any au ue. Ir.'. farmer, meat packer, retailer housewife and adtruths about meats and other foods have been cover crops must be) mole available for grazing. Better i7

and established the work of nutritionists. You'can land mutt H choten. Freq'mntly, the brat agricultural ;
FARTBfg washable-Kars clean loafer-does to smooth entist each has a part in the preparation by 1
land as properly managed puature will pay aa big dividends t
such discoveries help the sale of
of why
distribution meats and other foods. readily see
.. No efleaiive odor.
brashfxee surface i> H any crop.
r Feeders of livestock know that diet has a lot meat and of livestock. That ia why we say-
Farm animals require daily amounts of nutrients in
Easy to mix sad easier to *'ppi>' Try tprcadutgcoooamkal to do with the health of their animals*. It is the "Nutrition is our business-and yours." proportion to the animala' weight and productive active ;

-.*, in vo r boa e aow.Yo-TI.or r ity.To meet these requirements thickly sor! ;r; is desirable with a combination of grasaea and legumes
IoU wool thg
of on
this crew way of p.iaiopIR .i1iat4Yea27are j Abeefehuck in flour, then brown in hot fat in a fact and Itgt of a theep which produce !leas fiber and woody material ai>d more r

ilO APPLY rum p 0 r heavy kettle. Add water, cover tightly and a wrinkled ikin protein minerals and vitamins. '-

BEEF POT ROAST round pro- and cook slowly for two hours, or until kelp to make a mart Soils that are too acid need limestone. Ground agricultural
/ rides the tender. Add peeled potatoes onions) ualuable/lerc.lNosays limestone generally prove satisfactory. On

( rout, accompanied by browned onand carroU, and cook for one hour. the U. S. D A. Sheep' moat soils, superphosphate brings about a marked increase F,
) 98 ions and carro ta. Roll the beef well with wool over these eye in yield with more grass and fewer weeds. Th {

tR $ product fleece lighter nutrient content of grasses and legumes such as white piweight
MIDINO and left value dutch or hop clover ia greatly increased. Nitrogen ;'

Ex-Farm Boy Knocks9Em Dead than open-faced.Aeepi in conjunction with superphosphate, usually gives t ,
prompt increases in Yield and in many cases, the
addition of potash M profitable.
GAL. PASTE beard the of"Zeke" Givan. "Zeke"waa
IUYIIORIWUIOND5- Maybe you've epic story Ground agricultural limestone ar-1
I SAl. PAUl .A.IS pets WMT YOU sash a farm boy from Dearborn County, Indiana-until ha t // r a complete fertilizer has often betaenlisted
ttt .AL. PAINT in the Marina HIS first big show wan at Kwaja-
lein. The Jape started to rush him and "Zeke" started to very profitable.

shoot. When the shooting stopped thorn present were For a moderate outlay on pasture
"Zeke," one red-hot Browning Automatic Rifle and 35 improvement the lime-superphos

TIP TOP SUPER MARKET J dead Jape. "Zeke" lays modestly, "I did nothing except: : paste treatment should show \.p i imy {
L duty." Later he was wounded at SaJpan. We'll say that very profitably. Better stands of

113 E. Call STARKE, FLA. like many thousands of other farm boys in and out of th* Iran and a marked increase in clover J ,
St.SPRED ,, '
Service ha ia doing his duty extra special well.Swift -- will be noticeable. Consult your' :
county agent about the amount of

INSTEAD 1 &. Company, CHICAGO 9, ILLINOIS .._ lime and fertilizer to use per sere.Y .

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I'I' ; I SOCIETY and CLUBS Miss Opperman WedsLt. Mrs. Pack .Hostess New UDC President Miss 'Doris .Crosby rough a lOVely---"UIEt U.rlage .

Devlin In, To Business Women'sCircle Names CommitteesFor Becomes Bride cessories crepe. nude b1l

4 ii Church Ceremony MembersThe Ensuing Year Of Albert L. BaileyMiss white camellias lIer COl1ace 9

Miss Muriel Crosby WSCS To MeetThe honor wore) a 1'he 111&1
Miss Mary Frances Opperman, Business Women's Circle, Mrs. E. L. Matthews and.sister. Doris Crosby, daughter of with blaCk Prfn IIJ1

'' And Sgt. Gilhooly Woman's ''Society of Chris- daughter of Mrs. Parker Opper with Mrs. L. A. Canova as leader, Miss Madge Middleton, were Joint Mr. and Mrs. 'O. E, Crosby, and a cor ag". of acceS80rltt pink IUd

t Married In Chapel tian Service will meet Monday man of this city and Lt Clarence met Monday night with Mrs. S. I* hostesses Wednesday afternoon of Albert L. Bailey, ARM 3-c, son ?of rs. Bailey C8nl1l1a1

afternoon, Dec. 18, at 3:30: o'clock, Joseph Devlin son of Mrs. C. J. Peek. The room used for the last week to the W. T, Weeks of Mr. and Mrs. N. D. Bailey of Bradford High &TadUated
t Mr and Mrs. Clayton Crawford in the Methodist Church. Business Devlin of Burlington, N. J.,- were meeting was tastefully decorated Chapter, United Daughters of of 1942, and School; III!hf!
announce the marriage of their and program meeting. Circle Two married Saturday, Dec. 9, In Hill with yellow chrysanthemums and the Confederacy. The meeting Hepner, Oregon, w..remarried postal clerk I is now Io\
daughter, Muriel, to Sgt Michael has charge of the program. The Baptist Church, A u g u eta, Ga. red roses Mrs. Lewis Haines led was held at the home of Mrs. Sunday evening in 'the Corinth ARM 3-c at Calllp

Gilhooly of Camp BlandIng:, on president, :Mrs. W. G. Halle, will The -ceremony was performed by in the devotional and the program Matthews, and the spacious living Baptist Church. Rev E. M. Bat- turned fromtatloned nAUey 1tceIt +
Dec. 2.'" -Theil''' marriage was solemnized preside. Dr,"$rown, pastor of the Church. "Missions and Peace", was room and hallway were decorated ton of Jacksonville performed the Over! dulJ;
I ( atnear'
;: f I at 10 o'clock in the The bride wore a white satin' studied Those taking part In the with ye 11 o w chrysanthemumswhite double ring ceremony in the pres- Base CecU !Pltl d !

f, ti morning at Chapel No. One with WSO' Meeting gown with 'a lace bodice, and long program were Miss Grace Phelps, jessamine ,and Autumn ence of a large host of friends. young .people JackaoY1IIe.1 I
? f ,,, f Chaplain Joha. W. Cantwell, officiating !- fitted sleeves. The full skirt')had Mrs. Suaan Moore and Mrs.. L+ A. leaves. The bride was given 'In! mar- home here for the are

; ii :. The regular business meeting of insets of lace ,I medallions aru( was Canova.The. program was planned The meeting was presided over riage by her .fattierand.had ''asher home ot !.Ir. p
e;f ," The bride 'had, as her only attendant -, the Women's Service Organization made'with a long: train. She I "by>,? ; }.Irs..Jharles': Torres, and by the newly .elected, president, Matron of Honorhe/r only{ attendant Johns and 8R

I fI j Sgt. Mary Jane Tuckerof of the ,USO-YMCA was held on wore'.ft ''lorijjfveil ;.edged with lace because [She was unable .to be Miss Madge Middleton and Mrs. Mrs., .H.B, Kelly., -The I -

the Wac, detachment of Camp i Thursday afternoon of 'last week : and,held In place,with. coronet-of present' she sent individual printed 'AnnieN Lou Godwin"transacted the groom'had as his bes&, man ENJV JUST RECEI\'F.D
;4 Blending and the bridegroom was at' the home of Mrs. Lex Green. I pearls, and carried ,a shower bou : muchto duties of secretary. The'meeting mound Claaasuens/ ARM 3-c of QUILTED ROBES :
attended by Sgt. L N. Brace. Committees were elected and quet of' white roses and swan- programs which added was opened by repeating the Cecil Field. Marcus Conner, and LEILA'S '1.Jc'! '

x Mrs. Vsilhooly chose for her tentative plans were discussed for sonias, centered with an orchid. i the enjoyment. of the presentation. Lord's prayer in concert, after H. B. Kelly served as ushers.
y marriage a light green suit with the Christmas holidays. After The bride was given in marriage which a salute was given to the
1't brown accessories and her of the business session The wedding party entered the $::1 _
t cor- adjournment by her uncle, Henry T. Par- I An offering of $6.31 was taken United States flag and the Con- church as Mrs. A. R. McRae play-
n a sage was of white gladioli a delicious salad plate was ker of Grand Rapids'Mich.' Miss Christmas federate flag. The Defense Dona- STROIjjiGeeeteel !
for Lottie Moon the beautiful
ed wedding march
After the weddIng a reception served by the hostess. Frances Peek, as maid of honor, offering tion was taken, also subscriptions
,; lw was held in the home of the Offering. This is a special by Lohengrin.. IIdY"Ioot"
t ,
wore a long sleeved delphiniumblue to the U.D.C. Magazine.The ... .
bride's parents. After spending Mrs. Docia McMillan returnedto taken at this time of year for Mrs. Bailey chose for her mar- ,2.000r. P noo..,
taffeta made with velvet .
gown Plans also president appointed the Aereor.. nnr.r ..
foreign missions. were tin
short while ,
a with their guests, her home In St. Petersburg ; peplum. hostess. World. .
for the Free t'
wrappfhg following committees year
e' Sgt. and Mrs. left for after spending several made for buying and our.Ihry?
Gilhooly Monday
a Lt. Gerald Gable of Camp Gordon five gifts for the soldiers in the 1945: Cemetery committee: Mrs.J. During the social half hour, the E.A.STROUT REALTUCR40Pl'l'N'nte4
} brief wedding trip. weeks here during the illness and I !
a I served as best man and ushers M. Brownlee, Mrs. O. L. hostesses, assisted by Mrs. Marcus -
,, Mrs. Gilhooly graduated from death of her father, J. J. Rig- Camp Blandlng Hospital. !
were Fingerhflt and
Mrs. L. F. Chapman F. Brown and Mrs. W E.
Haynes,, ;
Bradford High School in the class don. Her sister, Mrs. Marian I, After the program, the hostess
Lt. Joseph Cawley of Camp Blan- D. Mrs. Middleton, served delicious Locally
Courtesy: Mrs. L. VIning refreshments bj
of 1944. Sgt, Gilhooly is from'Fennel returned to her home in ding.. assisted by her daughter, lflRSFrances F. C.
G. Powell Mrs. L. H. of ambrosia, cako and nOLUXGSWO
Luther ,
1 ; n the Bronx, New York. i(Boston, Mass., Tuesday.NOTICE .1 Mrs. Opperman wore a two- Peek, served frozen salad, Wilson toasted nuts. I 10 ,. Walnut
the Hill; Finance: Mrs. Jos. E. 81.
., fruit cake, and tea to eight
a "---u----.._-__.___ _._._._ Tl ".,_ _-_.- .., ....,...r piece gown of winter white crepe members and visitor present. Mrs. E. .K. Perryman, Mrs. .. .
one .
t trimmed with shoulder stitchingand Effie Miner; Education: Mrs. Ethel I. : : .j. : !t.- ,. ::. :.:..:__ ._. _
her corsage was of deep rose M. Biggs, Mrs. W. G. Halle; : .
carnations. Mrs. Devlin, Sr., wore Miss Gaskins Defense: Mrs. L. A. Davis; MusIc WE STILL HAVE PLEN.T'

powder blue crepe, with all'pink : Mrs. R. A. Green: Mrs. A. Z. '
Weds S. Colding
accessories! and her corsage- was Sgt. Adkins; Publicity: Mrs. E. L.

of pale pink carnations. Miss Virginia Gaskins daughter Matthews, Miss Amelia Ray; Custodian -

The dinner and reception following of Mrs. Jean Gasklna of Lawtey, of Flags: Miss Olive Ray; S ;

the wedding was held In and S-Sgt. Curtis N. Colding, son Place of meeting: Mrs. O. L. XmasGifts
the Pent Room of the Bon Air Mrs. W. J.. Chandler
of Mr. and'Mrs. Frank Colding ofPlant'City'were Beasley, ,
Hotel in
Augusta. Mrs. "RalphD.
married Satur- Mrs. Hal Edwards.
i't .> Shrewsberrjr of Valdosta 'served
DUE TO TilE SHORTAGE OF HELP, as mistress of' eremonl s. day 'afternoon at 2:00: o'clock in Mrs. L. A. Davis, Treasurer
the Baptist .parsonage with. Rev. General and also delegate from
Out-of-town I n eluded .
Lewis Haines the local
1' V Henry T. Parker of Grand Rapids, performing the chapter, gave a reportof
+ APPRECIATE OUR FUEL OIL AND Mich., Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Hub- ceremony.: the General Convention which

KEROSENE CUSTOMERS GIVING US bell of Zeeland, Mich., Misses vi< The young;couple? was attendedby was held in Nashville, Tenn., last .
Smith, Della Rosenberg; Mrs. Mrs.Martha Anne Johnstonand month. She stated that during
AT LEAST 24 HOURS NOTICE ON Wm. Baggett, of Starke, and Miss MjSgt. Cecil C. Talbot of 1944 there were added to the OUR NICE

+ ; t' j ALL DELIVERIES. Irene Matthews of Gainesville Camp Blandlng. U.D.C. the names of''1488; new .z ASSORTMENTL.
ei: Lt. Devlin l Is stationed at.Camp Mrs. Colding wore' for'' her wed- members. When reports were 63 :
t t 'J, Qordon, and the young couple ding a blue suit with a white read it was found that Florida

will be at home for the presenton blouse made' with ruffled cuffs, had won a number of honors.It .

HIckman Rd., Augusta. and used black accessories. Her was announced that the next r It e n Y

'rl Mrs. Devlin's going away-'outfit corsage was of red rosebuds. meeting..January 3, would be at

Thank You For Your Cooperation was a fitted brown and beige Sgt. Colding is stationed at the home of Mrs. J. M. Mitchell, andI'WJ
striped wool suit with which''' she Camp Blanding and they are liv-
with Mrs. Frank Wilson as co- :
n t ]u wore brown accessories. Lt. and ing on South Thompson St. \. -w"
Mrs. Devlin planned to leave SfMANICURE
K G. Tuesday for a wedding trip to Shop now. for the best selection as hostess at Standing Service A' f zk *
4 DuncanAGENT New York City, of Xmas Gift at Leila's. Club No.1. . She'll now enjoya ; i
bit of resting at her home in i

Gainesville . GIFT SETS

Friends of Bill Carnaslon call

W4; Phone 85 qJ9 him ;Admiral of 'the OcklawahaFleet"

after his car took a nose
.ffn t ____ dive last week off the end of ..theOckfawala .
( fi t' #*-,*,; >
nL"J ., ferry :, Bill managedto
f Wonder If /' get out in time, but the car SHAVING SETS
anyone was ever"prepared" port . Call I Carter down fromMarylabd took .
for Christmas -. for a noble ducking Hear
it I' : the weekend and
Edith and Leslie Biggs
I'S Every year It's the same' "old looking quitechipper in his Navy have

; i t a r k e' s finest tory "Can you imagine it? blues . Junius Smith taking moved Shelby, to Miss.Hattlesburg) from (Camp
. Christmas only two weeks the count from cold Glenmore DRESSER SETS NEW STYLE COMPS
.a a again, and -
(Camp Claiborne, La.) . ,
TM away! . Why it can't be
'y poss right at the STO
peak of the bond had finished PYREX DISHES and PIE PLATES -
; .k his basic
Restaurantand ible . It. seems like only yesterday" drive . /.Tough luck for the expecting a and was COOKS FOR THE CHILDREN and MANY OTH
furlough and then
. And so on, ad lnfinltum' chairman, I'll say . Leila
r across . ITEMS.
But the fates decreed
Some ,
l Bar : day going Mundy taking all honors for get
an assignment
the .MPa and
to surprise everyone by ,replying
ting Christmas
.' decorations
s up
so he's at
" "WIIy.yes, I realize it. I did all . Shelby for at least
early House
: certainly looks
another 20 .
t. t''1\, \ my shopping back in July.: I did attractive ". Chris Johnson weeks ; KOCH DRUG STOP

y:$: !:; r$' all my wrapping in September. back at HooWr's after battlingan Well . Guess-
V T h e All I have to do now la alt back awful cold; for almost a week. that winds up
: : the little
and black book for this
'vfev'-j'j wait! Yes Someday!
: I'm going to' surprise everyone .- time . So long . See you In COURT & CALL ST. STARKE, FLOW
i: .\ .. but not this year! Have you"ever wondered whata the next . .
bombed-out;building looks like? CAROLYN

'B"'t But while we're on the subject, . Well, just'" drop around to the

\} let me hasten to add that orchids USO-YMCA . With the floor]
for the cleverest cards of the torn up, the roof off and piles

o season should go to Vi an' Alex of material stacked all around, .
'w Ii co.c1c: Co o OCon" Perils . She, as you probably it certainly looks as if It's been Sr -
: A : know. ''Is that aereeabl oerson- through the blitz . Seems that
V"- Co OOH age I in the Bradford Photo Shop when the floor] rotted out and .

( C'O ,\. and he is the marvelous guitarist the foundation gave 'way (be- .1. \., .;,
a A (formerly with Abe Lyman) who cause of Improper ventilation un- Y: f 4 ,

.., well nigh stopped the show at derneath) it caused the roof to
the Kick-Off Bond Rally a coupleof be thrown out of line, so that 'V.-; a

weeks ago . Had a previewof had to be remedied, too . Of
their rta-gay photographic card course, while the roof was off, a I
tother day and it should certainly good hard rain would have to
wow all their friends who're come along to make things real- V r

.f.fw lucky enough to get one .An- ly pleasant . Attendants spent
M other welcome harbinger of the all night one night last week P.

w Visit Our Bar yuletide season Is the lengthy frantically mopping up water to VI24freS44e1 t 4
letter save the newly !
now being reconditioned
... '
i t' f
B. I received 'by friends of the Julliyi, floor] . Everyone around there
Newly Decorated Thorn family, giving a minute Is getting a bad case of remodel-
: account of their life and times ing nerves, especially when a !. Ml er's famous contribution to your Junior
since leaving Starke big light fixture in the Ir,
for Fort kitchen
r In A Clever B Leavenworth, Kansas Surely yielded to the heavy thudding of charm. .. .the junior classic. ...a button (front At' 1 ''y:'

have to hand it to Jo Thorn whenit workmen on the roof tother day shirtwaist dress
Marine Motif comes to letter writing .. . A and came crashing down in the with shirt sleeves .. .

m couple more pages and it could middle to the stove, spoiling all convertible neckline and two kick pleats front "
compete with "Gone With the the eatables! . But that isn't

V .,. , V Wind" . the extent of. troubles.around the and back. la famous Hamilton an wool i itbecl
., USO . Hear Catherine Beard ;
':,.S i I I In the Mail Bag la being transferred to Californiaa . In divine pastels. Pine Lavender in a

la,. \ :( O Key West Fla. ( promotion' spite of what we Cherry.! Junior sizes 9 to 15. "
iw .. Dear Carolyn, Floridians think) Jim Hlggln- t --

'. ,. In last week's column you stated botham Is frantically trying to '
.. SIZZLING! that Louise Jackson Cain was persuade the power that be to $14.95 / f

Lh STEAK at the Starke P. O. to assist In let her stay on, here until after r- r ,

a (' untangling the Xmas rush of the holidays ? The r
LOBSTER mail. We are always glad to '-' xI
lend Mr. Stump a hand when he Madge Mlddleton, Hazel Mat- Smart Shop'I f -, z

SHRIMP O needs it. But speaking of tanglesif thews, Mrs. W. E. Mlddleton and ,
i'r' CHICKEN you think the mall during Mra. O. L. Haynes took 2,239 I a :

&\ the Xmas rush gets in a tangle, cookies out to convalescents at the .. 1
you jest ought to see the kitchen Blanding hospital last Friday H r.NCl .

," sink here at home since Louise night (wonder'who' counted 'em?) / ny
-.' left! . They 8erved,so much tea and
Sincerely coffee the cream gave out and
h. E. Fryer Cain some of the boys managed to

'; ;4'' '' SANDWICHES swipe a bottle of milk from the
Spotted an' Jotted: Captain hospital refrigerator . After
George Manassa down from At-
smuggling it around for half an
a SALADS lanta for several days, but not- hour, imagine their disappointment I IJC It

he regrets-through Xmas . to discover 'twas butter-

made to order Upon return, he'll be accompa- milk! . ., Hear three old Call-

nied by Betty small dotter, Cel- street cronies. Freeman Register

la, and brand new Bon, George, Darby Peek and Edgar Wilkinson -
Jr. . . Larry Hamiter home for met up in Honolulu tother

''I. 325 TEMPLE AVENUE five days and trying to thaw day and had a great time com- /

out from that below-zero plane paring home town notes . 4
ride he had from Norfolk to Hear Emma Chalker has returned

ttfi1 Green Cove aboard a Navy tran.I .- to private life after four years
i1 4t ; 1,

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.v DECEMBER" 18, 1944
BRADFORD COUNTY T..R..I1. STARK"" Rrn __ __ _..__
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!BITS::, LOCAL NEWS Miss Mae Parker and brother Shop now for bent selection of''Mae. Mrs: Dyal Is the former'Mldtakes'i announce the birth of rnu6! vivre
To "
a Mra.
; I Beatrice Collins, Starke
J. C. Parker were shopping in Xmas gifts at LetU's.. 'I'Miss Avalee Thomas of Graham.
I' /1!daughter, Romesa Mae,
on No- a daughter born t Dee. 9. I
returned Mrs. Jacksonville yesterday.Miss Mr. and Mrs:'J.#.. J. Wynn and HOMES.V MAE IM>DI) vember 27 in the Alachua County I To Mr. and Mrs Harrer Crawford -

E 5.from Matthews Orlando where Ala, will B. arrive A. Pope of Auburn,, Arline Mann: of Washing their house guests Mrs. J. V. Mr. and Mrs. Fred S. Dodd ofI I Hospital. i Starke, a .daughter
Lislted Friday her son-in-law and day to the next Fri ton, D. C., Is visiting Mrs. R. A Rowell of Marlon, S. C., and Miss -_.---------- -..... -- --- --. ...... ....... ..... '---
spend holidays with Green. Mary Willlamaon of Cerro Gordo w- Mw wM r y7yr' i"' 17w h7 i 'awr lls 'r l
and Mrs. H. B. her 1 i tQr
ter Dr. parents, Judge and Mrs. A. N. C., were dinner guests of Mr. << 7
don Z. Adkins. \V., have a beautiful selectlou. and Mrs. J. T. Quigley Monday:

i and Mrs. L. L. Roane and Mrs. Effle Johns spent Mon of Xmas gifts Costume Jewelry,, evening: Mr. and Mrs. W. A. BEAUTIFULSOLID
onoof Jacksonville were day In Lake City visiting her night gown and robe seta, gown,. Scott called during the evening I ,
and Mw. A. Z.; and son handkerrhlrfit and scarf to greet the visitors. MAPLE
of Judge daughter-in-law/ Mr. and Shop \. C
at IAlIa'H.Samut'l .
Sunday. : Mrs. Freeman Johns. Mrs. Earl Fountain of Biloxi ,

E.. Jordan' and M. Hendrix MI...., la! spending two weeks here
and Mrs. Just arrived:. Lady Love 8- was among
Harold, of Oevldof. Ensign gored Blips, $Z.ZS: and $3.08 at several Camp Blanding civilian: with Mrs. R. A. Thomas and tamt DINETTE 1
t Greene of .Fart Pierce Leila'.. shop workers who attended a L ily. ,. .:
weeken(1 guests.c>f Mr'and conference held at the camp lac Mrs. R. A. Green and '
| Griffin and family Mrs. "Effle Johns had as Sun week to plan a training programfor mother.' -
T. J. Mrs. Y, A, Harris who is living SUIT I
day dinner
guests ReV. and Mrs unskilled worker with g. -s
at the
) present; were
L. Hubbell spending William
H. Smedley' of Green Cove I
[ with Mrs. Parker Op- Springs Mrs. Eldridge Smith and daughter shopping In Gainesville, Tuesday.Mrs. .
L eek She and Mr, Hubbell Diana, and W. P. Smith have Halslop and Mra. Inez Kelly << -
fdown from Zeeland. Mich., Mr. and Mrs. Donald Kelly of returned from a visit with relatives returned Saturday night from $74.75
Plant In Tampa where Mrs. Kelly under- J
marriage of Miss Frances City were week-end guestsof Shubuta. Miss. << H-
e went an operation on her eyes.
nan to Lt. Devlin In Aug- Pvt. and Mrs Alton Dobbs and Pvt. P. R. Gregory of Camp The operation was very success"

saturday. Mrs. Inez Kelly.PepdCoki Dlandlng was the week-end guestof ful. K \ WILL .''.'! "(T? t}
Mr. and Mrs. V. S. St. John y
and family. Pvt. G reg 0 ry's i A SWELL GIFT

r'S mother was a friend of Mrs. St. Birth Announcements \h FOR TilE HOME d
John, back in their mutual hometown ,le

New Caanan Conn.nOS'T .

wrap your gift No extra charge.Drews .

-A'lIa's Shop. .:.\*tL GEORGE .IK. COFFEE TABLES 1
Miss Ruby Lllley, who Is em- ,
ployed as a teacher In the Quincy CM 3-c and Mrs. Karl George ,
school, will arrive here tomorrow of Key West announce the birth Solid M a h o gn n y-Class Tops
to spend the holidays with her of a son on Dec 11. Mrs. George
brother-in-law and slater Mr. and la the former Vela Mae Fowlerof $14.75''
Mrs. Titus Olson Cairo Ga., and Earl !is the <<
eN W Mr." son of Mrs. Ida George of this
Misses Idalou and Marjorie city. P NEW WARDROBES -. __ ___ _ .$31.50 up :
Davis, Clarice Thomas Shirley LINDA MAE DYAL n ODORA CLOSETS (Double Mirror) __ $16.50 2
Colley Gayle and Virginia Sew- NURSERY CHAIRS ___ ._ .$3.50 up
ell, students at the Florida State Mr. and Mra. Vernon Dyal of _
College for Women at Tallahassee 6314-22nd St. Tampa announce NICE LOT OF KITCHEN STEP STOOLS I
will arrive here tomorrow to the birth of a daughter Nov. 12. P
spend the holidays with their respective The baby has been named Linda n OCCASIONAL ROCKERS and CHAIRS
Long Ittand ,
Company City N Y.
chased Bottler PEPSI-COLA BOTTLING CO. of parents.
Sgt. John M. Godwin left Sat A? FIRST I

NAT SEZ: Camp urday Shelby for his, after station spendIng at SIGN or A G' John H. Denmark Furniture Co. ,

'Dear a 10-day furlough here withIlia : P PHONE 151 STARKE, FL*. 3
Santa Claus: mother Mrs. W. F. Godwin.Mr. Cu666

Please bring me Home nice long and Mrs. H. A. Bishop and )} WE BUY GOOD USED FURNITURE a n ,
red woolen, a cane of Scotch and
Mrs. W. C. Powell were in Gaines-
a new set of rubber tlret If you Cold Preparation as directed
do this for me, I'll be a good ville Monday on business.

M1 boy and leave a stick of butter on We have a beautiful selection'\ -
the mantel piece for you. of Xmas Rlfl.M. Costume jewelry wi

Your little friend night gown and robe set, gowns, i I .... -
-Nat. handkerchief and ucarfa.. Shopat \ .
P. S.-You'd better bring Brad Le11a's. # -
ford County a lot of folks who'll 0 ,
buy another $100 Bond. Looks Evelyn Lccin, Sea I-c. returnedto
like we won't reach our quota unless her base at the PhiladelphiaNaval 11 0
you do. Yard, Monday after spend- VthftG
ing a 10-day'leave with her parents
,. Mr, and Mrs.\, I. Lecin and
.sister, Miss Madclyn Lecin.

Mr. and Mrs. Charles Larsenof
Lakeland were recent guestsof Outstanding values in beautiful pieces of fine jewelry
Col. and Mrs. D. EX
Mr. Larsen who is City Managerof Knight. I I for your Christmas giving-
Lakeland was enroute to Jack-
1fofaJieJ sonville to attend a meeting of the
Fla. League of Muni clpalltlea. ar THE STAG, 139 W. Call Street H

Mrs. Larsen remained here for a f'
few days visit. Dr. Charles Larsen -- .

Jr., their son, who halt often Lad l e s' 1 7-J ewe I MAN'S WRIST A Real Xmas SpecialLADIES'
visited here is now a Naval surgeon BENRUS
and la somewhere In the '., WATCH LATEST STYLE WATCHES -
Pacific. G R U E N 17 JEWELNationally' JewfiliNl 1IovfII1umtoJ.IJto-
Nationally A DON'T FORGET: We box and WRIST WATCH l>>>nolahle Ac- ;
wrap your glf tu. No extra charge curate Smart
0 Slips Known
Leila's. d
Dress Shop. PINK Oil ly Styled r

O Bed Jackets I Mrs. John Thompson who has 1 YELLOW GOLD Cholt01 Color + Ala
been a volunteer worker here for 1. << | DlalM.

Robes the Red Cross for the past two $59.50 49.50 up Xmlw (Mrxtcl .
Is tomorrow to
months leaving Federal TaIncluded *
House Shoes join Ft.her Benning husband, Ga.who la stationedin' Federal Tax Included $1 5 to $1 I 7 Plus TMJI w ,

H. Kenning a representative of
the Accident Prevention Staff of i'.
rs'1 the American Red Cross, from / .iJat SetA Buy BriJat Scl 0
men' Atlanta, Ga., was here Monday
conferring with members of the LOVELY "LIFE-TIME" GIFT HANDSOMELY CARVED
Red Cross regarding the local jyr
safety program. 14-CARAT
4J Ilrllllant Blue White
Belts '
diamond with
JUST RECEIVED: Beautiful large
) QUILTED ROBES $12.60. at two smaller atones In -
LEILA'S. a beautiful 14 k.: set Bond j
b, tinic. Wedding bond DIAMOND y,
t .w WembleyTies Mrs. H. B. McLe n don and net with full cut diamond _
daughter Jeannette will arrive *. ----- +4'
t' &Monday: from Orlando to spend

';4 -- it O Manhattan 8.d the on'Matthews..holidays parents with Mr. and Mrs. Mrs.McLen-E. $300 Rrgll:4EIETs: $75.00 i iI

Shirts From $21.00
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. \ a . . . . . lf nnri'iT cornr, BRADFORD .
1! . . s . er . . in Jacksonville Saturday. ty Superintendent COIIMTY FLORIDA IN CHANKIIY. -
: ; r Mrs. Melton Kerce and small Mrs Cleo Andrews has been ( LANfrSAKESt
r ,
' TheressaBy ; Plaintiff
\1 New River son, Curtis were in Jacksonville selected principal and Miss Eloise vs.Helen Gerald Florence W. Wanton Defendant WHY

i Tuesday.E. Johns assistant. Miss Ida pagan Case No. 3449.OHDBR PUBLICATION"AND I<
I'f d" By the School A. Sapp of Jacksonville spent We are planning our Christmas a . e . . . . NOTICE OF TO APPEAR BAKE?

. . . . . . Mbnday with his family. program and tree Friday night, STATE OF FLORIDA to: Is derail Captain When you can em.
returned to( Dec. 22.Hints. and son W Plan' ton whose address 4 "
Pfc Seeber Moody Pvt. and Mrs. Dampier
''f Mrs. S. L. Crews and son, M, C. Serial. No. AP07305eNew get' such delicious "flT
t camp in Charleston, S. C., Mon- visited J. J. Zeigler last week. Medical Clearing Co., cakes andpastries ;, t
, Bobby, and Mrs. Jay Moody were
I and :Mrs. York New York! 1
To Housewives Mrs J. J. Cockrane
f!( ..j' 't vine Visiting Saturday.; and shopping in Gaines day.Mr.. and Mrs. Evln Sikes and James Swindell were business visitors January You are 1st required 1945. In to appear the above on at . Start Your

$,. Mr. and Mrs G. W. Andrewsi children have moved near Brook- CHRISTMAS CAKES to Palatka, Wedne',day. named Court and cause wherein TIlELAPPE Planning Post.iV
i er. Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Dukesof AND COOKIES Mrs. Clara Adklns and daugh- plaintiff seeks divorce and maldeiname NOle!
I were visiting; in Jacksonville Friday I restored. Bradford County:
4 tn' and Saturday. Starke bought their home By Anna :Mae Sikes ters; K. B. and Sam Swindell, Telegraph shall publish this Order BAKERY Place Your Order
in this Nutrition Specialist Adklns of Jacksonvillewere next four weekly Issues. XOW
r, Mr. and Mra. M. F. Wiggins and are going; to move Extension and Jesse I In : The r
week. We welcome them to our Homemakers will want to extend visiting the Swindell family Witness. my hand and official Following
t'' and C E. Andrews were visiting last at Starke Florida, this NOT APPUan,,
'\ Mr. and Mrs. T. J Andrews and community.Gus as far as possible the avail- over the weekend.'S.ISgt. iraber IS, 1944.
.. %;,; sr; children of Morrlston Sunday. Thomas and Bob Thorn able augar supply in order to '' | W. C. Rhoden of Fort Clerk A. of V, THOMAS said Court, -

They were also visiting in Ocala. ton of Jacksonville were visiting have Christmas sweets during Uu Jackson. S. C., was visiting Mrs. As (OFFICIAL SEAL) BENDIX

} H. L. Johns, Emory ''Johns and Mr. and Mrs. R. R. Andrews and holidays.. One can make good S. R. and Mrs James Swindell, Knight tt Knight Starke FloridaAttys. SOLDIERS, SAILORS AUTOMATIC:\
4t 12-2
+f a.. Pledger Johns were attending the children, Sunday. cakes, cookies, and candies with Saturday.Mr. for AND MARINES: HOME

" r livestock market In Lake City, Miss Eloise Johns enjoyed the honey and syrup instead of sugar and Mrs. I. R. Britt and IN rineuiT! ('otra.... BRADFORICOI"TV LAUNDRr
Tuesday. Thanksgiving holidays with her In using honey Instead of sugar sons Elbert of Lake Geneva, and FLORIDA| IN CHAN -

" f a Mr. and Mrs. Ernest demons aunt :Mrs. D. B. Thomas and in recipes, reduce liquid accord-: Lee, of Raiford, Mrs. J. C. Sharpe R.CIERT.Chan Woll. Plaintiff VII. Marloi a HOT POINT

d q ', ,{' and Mr. and Mrs. Delbert Green daughter. Angelene of Floral ing to consistency of the honey and daughters Dola Mae and V. Woll. Defendant. Case No. t
' :: of Lake Butler were guests of and also according to proportion Janett of Mlddleburg and Mrs. ORDER OK PUBLICATIONAND REFRIGERATORS y
)i(' I" I Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Snowden, Sun City.Arthur McRae resigned as of honey used. For example it L. Burkhart of Hampton were STATE NOTICE OF FLORIDA TO APPEAR to: Marloi RANGES

If day. principal ot.our school Friday medium thick honey Is substi- visiting the Thomas family last V. Well R. F. D. No.2. Box ____, WATER

IJ t: Mr. and Mrs. E. I.. Kelley and Dec. 8, to have a few weeks rest tuted for half the sugar In cakeor week. Kane, Pennsylvania.You are required. to appear on HEATERS q

ii :r children were Christmas shopping before going into office as Couojr quick bread recipes reduce the Mrs. D. L. Hallaway and son December. 28, 1944, In the above -
\ one-fourth. If honey Is named Court and cause, wherein As These Become
liquid Richard of Cordele, Ga., visited plaintiff seeks divorce. Bradford They all AT,,)
substituted tor all the sugar reduce Mrs E. S. last week. County Telegraph shall publish this able We Will Fill
l jr -- the liquid one-half. If the Loper Order In next four weekly Issues Ord
visited In
: FAIL Miss Elizabeth Phillips Witness my hand and official Order of
1 honey is very thin or very last Florida, this Nov.
ut her father, D. J. Phillips seal at. Starke LIKE to EAT
this proportion may have to be weekend.Mrs. 'ember. 28. 1944OFFICIAL --
altered. ( SEAL) A..J. Thomas, BED
: O
; ''f. Soft Honey Cake J. W. Wilson and son Dav- As Clerk of said. CourtIN at the LAMPS

, Ingredients: 1-2 cup butter or id of Amerlcua Ga., are visiting & DESK LAMPrRADIO
TIEr relatives here for a few weeks. CIRCUIT COURT, BRADFORD
; ;, 'margarine 1 cup: honey 2 cups 'O"NTt', FLORIDAl IN CIIAN-
flour, 1-3 teaspoon of salt t. 1 tea- 'Me. and Mrs. C Sullivan were CKHY.Dorothy. CAMPDINER
: ginger, business visitors in Starke Sat- *'Ilennlngsen Connolly,
soda, 1-2 teaspoon
SHOP spoon Plaintiff, vs. Malcolm Connolly, Defendant
DAVIS SANDWICH 1-2 teaspoon cinnamon, 1-2 cup urday. Case No. 34 C2.

sour milk and 1 egg. Mrs. John Jordan and daugh- AND ORDER OF PUBLICATION}

'' Cream butter with honey until ters of Alachua were visiting S ENg'EICltf.l to: Mai- SERVICE(

: i :, WHERE well blended. Sift together flour Mrs. S. R. '''Swindell and Mrs. colm' Connolly whose residence Point Is,
7-07 College Place College
soda, ginger, cinnamon and salt. James Swindell, Saturday. Queens County Long Island, New Corner Call ',& CherryFeaturing
: NUTS Beat egg well and add to honey Joe of Beaufort York.
.I FRESH DO S 1-c Kelsey
: You to
are required appear on
of the A WINKLER
then add part {
mixture S. C., spent the weekend with January 1st 194S In the above
... sifted dry Ingredients. Add sour his parents Mr. and Mrs. A. H. named Court and cau.e. whereinplaintiff
Minute milk and remainder of dry In- seeks divorce. Bradford : the best
Can Be Seen Being Every Kelsey. County Telegraph shall publish this ELECTRIC
gredients. Beat hard and pour Order In next four weekly Issues.
j Take Home A Dozen' into layer cake tins. > Bake from IN CIRCUIT: cornT. BRADFORD Witness my hand and official Steaks & ChODSOpea
COUNTY FLORIDA IN CHAN.CRRY. seal at Starke, Florida, this November -
40c DozenHAMBURGERS 20 to 25 minutes in a moderatelyhot 27, 19U.OFFICIAI" SERVICE
per oven. This cake Improvesin Stephen P. Knoll Plaintiff v.. Eunice ( SEAL) A. J. ThomasAs 9 A. M.
9 P. M
Defendant. Case No. Clerk of said. Court -
S. Knoll ,
flavor If kept In a tin box. 14(1. Walter C. Hardesty. Daytona Beach 226 Temple Ave.PEARL'S .
Honey Not Bread ORDER OF PUBLICATIONAND Fla. Atty. for Pit. 12-1 4t 11.BNOTICE Daily Except Thursdays
1-2 coarsely NOTICE TO APPEAR
Ingredients: cup
Made From Fresh Ground Sirloin SteakSwift's chopped nuts, 2 cups :flour 3 S. Knoll whose residence Is Shaw- TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN:
teaspoons baking powder, 1-2 tea- nee Road Milford Delaware. Notice Is hereby given that I
{ You are required to appear on have filed with County Judge of
y.i "' spoon salt, 1 egg, beaten, 1-2 cup January l..t. 1945 In the above Bradford my Final Account and
4i Premium Pure FloridaORANGEADE honey, 1-2 cup milk and 2 table- named Court and cause, wherein will on the 16th day of January
plaintiff seeks divorce. Bradford 1945, apply to said County Judge PLACE
spoons melted butter. County Telegraph shall publish thin for. Final Discharge as Adminis
+ I Add nuts to sifted dry Ingred- Order In next four weekly ....ue.. tratrix of the Estate of Eunice
ji Pr 1 !{ HOT DOGS ients. Combine beaten egg. honey Witness my hand and officialseal Ada Nlmmo.
'' 'I I at Starke .Florida this November vellne Blrt "II Adm's.
milk and melted butter and 28, 1944, 121111-4t-I- STEAK CHOPCHICKEN

OPEN EVERY DAY TIL 12 MIDNIGHT add to first mixture. Stir until A.(OFFICIAL Clerk of, SKAf said.) Court A. J. Thomas

f -A*! are just moistened. D.I'Y'"II-a'
fl Ingredients William D. Morgan, .Jacksonville r/om
t ; Closed All Day Each Friday Bake is greased bread pan In.a Fla. Atty. for Pit. 12-1 4t 12.22 "r
4 4l moderate oven ((375 degrees F,) IV riRCf IT (OritT, IlKADFOItnCOUNTY. t C&VMH-Ktfll "fttA-.
for 45 to 50 minutes. PLOIIIUIV (h AN- ,

;J Honey Drop Cookie __ William KIIY.If. }Harrclnon.. Plaintiff vs. Complt PERMANENT.wilhcurler.WAVE,_ KI59 t SEAFOOD
Ingredients: 1-4 cup butter 1 Alberta C. Marrelnon Defendant. !I -Tr** ** .'hamnaoiindwiv Mt ,i
I east tn dosed aaia for every type of ,tt Ise %4
l* IF YOU CAN'T, GIVE A WAR BOND J} egg, beaten, 3-4 cup honey 2 Case No 3426.ORPEIt OF PtlPLICATIOVAND : Imlr for llarlD.Kurl.Par> amuiluil Over ramlu million' -bg iiira euI ; tablespoons milk 2, cups sifted NOTICn TO APPEAR
1 flour 1-2 teaspoon .salt, 1 cup STATE OF FLORIDA to Alberta BEERSandwiches
'i GIVE A GIFT FROM THE fif C Harrelnon. whose. residence In
chopped nuts 1-2 cup chopped HOT Front Street, UeorKetown, South
dried fruits 1-2 cup chopped can Carolina '

*frl died( citron, and 2 teaspoons bak- December You are 23 required, 1944 In to the appear above on STARKETRANSFER

f WonJ Gift S/'op ing powder. named Court and cause, wherein i
Mix beaten plaintiff seeks divorce. Bradford
Cream butter. egg
County Telegraph shall publish. this
1. honey, and milk. Add 'nuts and Order In next four weekly issues. NOW OPE'N 321 Temple AJ
{ > fruits to sifted ingredients Witness my hand and official
;Vt I'' MRS. BESSIE DAVIS, PROPRIETOR neat at Starkc Florida this No- Local And
I )j} and add alternately with liquidto vember 22, 19ft.OJrJo'ICIAL .
a' '1 J : butter. Drop by small spoonfuls ( SEAL) A. J. ThomasAs Long Distance
Clerk of Bald Court.
i on greased baking sheet and T. Frank I.andrum, Starke Florida
100 t.DN6i / }} bake in a moderately hot oven Atty. for Plf. 11-24 4t -1215IW Hauling

4 4" i 11/1(/ tIS1 fOil SJlNTIl When He the Shops At }} minutes.((375[ degrees F.) for about 10 !' COUNTY CIRCUIT/ FLORIDA COTRT. BRADFORD IN CHAN.CKHY. 215 "Call St.

; Carl Doby Plaintiff vs. Beulah
i Holt Doby, Defendant. Case No. f
Wonder Gift Shop $ Lawtey 3434
t I "\ Xmas Program AND NOTICH TO APPEAR
"W 6,000'II The Youth Fellowship of Holt Doby whose residence Is Al-
bermarle, North Carolina.You .
Grace Methodist Church will assist are required to appear on
i GIFTS andSOUVENIRS )} the pastor In presenting the December 23, 1944 In the ...boven..m..d
I Court and cause wherein
Christmas story Sunday evening plaintiff seeks divorce. Bradford
Dec. 17. at 7 o'clock. Songs by County Telegraph shall publish thl.Ord..r .
In next four weekly Issues.Wllnees .
1 To Choose From the choir and the congregationwill my hand and official
be interspersed with a series seal at Stark. 'Florida, this November -
}} of tableaux with the charactersIn ID 1944.
: (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. ThomasAs Worried over women?
f See Our tK \ costume. The annual Christ- Clerk of said Court.
mas program by the Sunday Chan. R. Hess, 204-05 Realty Bid?. Worried over dough?
t u, 4, ) t11. ,, ALLIGATORBILL ,d Jacksonville, Fla. Atty. for Plf.
School: will be presented Sunday
11-24: 4t 12-15 Worried Hitler? -
: FOLDS over
evening, Dec 24., COURT
; i' COUNTY FI.OIUOAl IN CHAN That dirty so-and-so

( II tobert T. Carswell. Plaintiff vs. Worried over coupons

,',j MEMBER OF THE FAMILY d well Mildred Defendant Amanda!,' Yarborough Case No 34ISB.Sirs- &ieAyWhen Or your income tax? -
3 ORDER AND NOTICE OF TO APPEAR No mailer what your worries,
Amanda Yarborouorh Clrllwpllwho.e your horseshoe is Forget it, pal -

c r ,j and stamp with "Do Not Open Street Hickory residence',:North Is 608 Carolina Sixteenth backed by an Accident

'r You are required to appear on .
1j 'Til Xmas" Seal q January let IMS In the above Policy in The Travelers!
U named Court and cause, wherein

t f ? ' .i i is 1 'atchYourKidneys County plaintiff Telegraph seeks divorce.shall publish Bradford this And What Better Place to Relax Than

wlitr Order In next ..four weekly .""UP". Charley E. Johns
h. i ii Witness my. ,hand and official
r / seal at Starke ;Florida, this November Agency
A 29th 1944' poi's itV
01.d Sarge's Place I Help Them Cleanse the Bloodof (OFFICIAL SEAL) A..J. Thomas Phone IS STARKE, FLA.eprwr .
Harmful Body Waste Ac Clerk of said. CourtR.
H. Duncan Jacksonville Florida
d ' Your kidneys are constantly filtering Atty. for Plf., 12-1 4t 12-22 Bob_ Jones Mgr.
; STARKE'S ORIGINAL waite matter from the blood.tram.1 But tins THE TRAVELERS Hartford
kidneys sometimes lag In their work-da lar cincriT cornr, BRADFORD
not set as Nature IDl.ended-'eli to remove COUNTY. FLORIDA I.N CHAN.CRRY. .
ARMYSTORE Impurities that If retained, maypob.a .
i t w body .the..bID.r system,.. and upset tb. whole W. J. L.Carter Plaintiff, vs. Lilian
Symptom be backache. Qstelle Carter Defendant. CaseYa
.' : may nagging .
penlatent headache. ,attackeof dluln_ 1441. < .
getting up nights. ewelling. pnOIneee l ORDER! OF PUBLICATION *
under the eyes-. feeling of nervoustasl.ty AND NOTICE" TO APPEAR ...
end lot of pep end strength. STATE OF FLORIDA to Lilian -
'*a Other algne of kidney or bladder die- K telle Carter, whose residence Is
ord.r are lometlmea burning scanty or Hemingway South Carolina.You .
( ' ( '" Authorized too frequent arIDetl_. are r.qulred to appear on .
There should be no doubt that prompt December 13, 1944 In the above . t]:
( .
' treatment la wiser than UM ;; -.; -
neglect. named Court and cause, wherein Jt
i it 4 By The War Department Doon'l Pilli.D....'.have IIMD winning plaintiff seeks divorce. Bradford J' .'_. ", ,_..
new friends for more than forty yeara. County Telegraph shall publish thisOrder '
They have a nation-wide reputation. In next four weekly Issues.
Are recommended by grateful people thecountry . ,
Witness. my hand and official
... .
t'' 0. A. pow nfighbarlDOANS '
Operated seal at Rtarke Florida this November -
22. 1944.

i 'i? By an Ex-Soldier PILLS As(OFFICIAL Cleric of SEAL said )Court.A..J. Thomas SHAFKIN'STHE

r. Frank Landrum.. Starke, Florida
Atty., for Plf. 11-24 4t -12-15


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DECEMBER 15, 1044,
. . . . :Top score and
were Shelly
Rosier have moved Into with coca-colas. I homo of Mrs. H. D. May.

te Farm ,'and awarded to Mrs.Fielding Martin Chapman Griner the Friends Warren are house.gratified to receive P. T. A. EXPRESSES THANKS I II I Mrs.;; Robt. Touchton visited J E R R Y S-J E R R Y' S-J ERR Y' SEAT ,,1
her sister at the State Farm
:at the The P. T. A. desires to thank u-
nl''anVbltfleld end of three progressions.Mrs. good reports concerning the con- cSp'ae
'. it. . . . . Richarde bad Mrs. Nelle dition of Mrs. Oscar Partney publicly the donors of the attrac- Hospital, Saturday afternoon.W. I
Beavers as her tea guest and following a major operation in tive cakes, plea and candies A. -Scott of Starke w H-E-R-E
CLVB MEETING emphasized the Christmas motifIn Touro Infirmary New Orleans, which were so generously given guest speaker' at the First Ba
M. Richarde was hostt her refreshments of ambrosiaand La. for the Cake and Pie Walks following tilt Church Sunday morning, and IF YOU LIKE HOME COOKING .
& the school play last Fri- evening. Mrs. Scott accompanied W
week's meeting of the Corp. and Mrs. M. B. Hershflcld him. I-) en '
day evening. /tl
Trm Bridge Club. Vases Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Warren and little daughter, Linda arrived This) cooperation of the school Miss Barbara Home had as her 5 .
(Lids and chrysanthemums have moved Into the house for- Monday from their homeIn patrons is indeed appreciated, and weekend guest, Mlsa, Frances I I
Philadelphia, Pa., to visit CHILI . .
festive air to the rooms merly occupied by Mr. and Mrs.J. our fund for the needed stagefurniture Colley of Starke. HOT DOGS
s tables were placed. M. Moncrief and Mr. and Mrs. and Corp.Mrs.Hershfield's B. Hershfield.parents, Mr. Is growing rapidly. A Community Christmas Tree
Mrs. Those winning cakes in the Old- and Program will be held in the SANDWICHESOUR
Reese Bradley and son,
fashioned' Cake Walks which
school auditorium
Saturday even-
Clinton, of Jacksonville, visitors SPECIALTY 5
were -
were enormously popular, were: ing, Dec 23rd. Sunday school
of Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Hund Call St. Nest Door T.
Kenneth Hess, Juanita Parker and teachers of the three churches t:3: Western Union re
ley last weekend.Mr. .
0o Evelyn May. The three captur- have charge of the yuletide ar- "
and Mrs. J. R. Kite were ing the delicious plea were: little rangements, and a Merry Christ- JERRY'S-JERRY'SJERRY'S
dinner guests of Mrs. J. C. Wal-
Sue Chastain, Mabel Smith and
t r c lace mas for both young and old Is In
Jacksonville Wednesday
ti night. Frankie Jean Rahme. the making.

Capt. and Mrs. Bob Sasso, Mrs. Mr.: and Mrs. Frank Wheelua' . . . . . . .
of polliqut Connie Ross Miss Laura Abel and sons of Tampa pent the 1ci
Values and Leo Gelberg of Lake City weekend here. Pine Level
were Sunday evening guests of Mrs. Ida Maxwell had as guestson 0 Yq
Mr. and Mrs. B. Hershfield and Sunday afternoon her son-in- Hy Mr*. U. M. McRa Q 1 r
Mrs. Dave Skoll 1k. I law and daughter, Col. and Mrs. . . . . . . .
Mr. and :Mrs. J. O. Randall Raymond Turck of Neptune
.. .
fLORIDA SHELL NOVELTIES O COS'IE .. E. J. Murrhee of__ GverfltoJg
spent the past weekend in Jacksonville .U....ft....."". Iiif hard
JEWELRY' O BLANDING MONO- I with their son and daughter Walden Wadsworth of the Mer- preached at Pine Level Church
..IMED TOYS FOR THE KIDDIESDISTINCTIVE and their familiesMr. chant Marine arrived Sunday to Sunday morningand evening In
and Mrs. B. Hershfield! were spend his leave with his parents. the absence of' the pastor, Rev.
'WOODEN PURSES In Jacksonville, Thursday, to con- Mr. and Mrs. G. P. Wadsworth. W. E. Hall. Rev. and Mrs. Hall ::
DE IN FLORIDA O GIFTS FOR ALL sult Dr. Fort In regard to Mrs. lie has recently returned from will return this week from Dublin thi
her arm. Friends hope that her Mrs Q. W. Rahme and daughter holding a revival meeting.!
condition will be much Improvedsoon. Mrs. Hazel Starr have returned This community was greatly
home after spending sev- saddened by the death of Wal- ABOUT
DON'T FAIL TO SEE OUR Mr. and Mrs. Ira Young and eral weeks with Mrs. Rahme' ter Underhill last week. Ills fam-
BEAUTIFUL LINE of son Charles of Lake Butler were daughter Mrs. Charlie Dyal and ily have our deepest sympathy.
Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and family of Jacksonville.Jack Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Murrhco and
Mrs. M. D. Young. I Glttman. of South Hill son, Edward Hall, were dinner
XMAS GREETING(; CARDSISLAIN'S After spending a week with I Va., arrived Wednesday last fora guests of Mr. and Mrs. H M.
Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Harris, Mrs. visit with his sister, Mrs K., McRae and family, Sunday.
Elam Gllssen and daughter, Sylvia B. Watterson.
Raleigh Waters of Drooker wasa
returned to their home at L. R. Kalch Jr., U. S. Navy,I business visitor to this section l;
Lake Geneva Thursday. was visiting friends and relatives Tuesday. (
Mrs. M. C. Roberts and Mrs. here recently. 1ne
:Misses Jewel Edwards and
Lynwood Watts were luncheon Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Lamor-
Darlene Alvarez of Gum ranch
guests of Mrs. J. R. Hardee in eaux of Melrose were guests on
Misses Lucille and Haven
WE PACK Gainesville, Friday. Friday of Mrs. Lomoreaux als and
AND MAIL Mrs. E. G. Land accompaniedher ter, Mrs. George Rahme Jr. Crosby were visiting Miss Odessa /d
mother, Mrs. W. A. Jackson, Mrs Clique of Charleston S. Sunday. .
EXT DOOR TO xM.YOUR to her home in Mayo Friday, fora C., has returned here after a Remember the services Sunday
S GIFTS visit with relatives. visit home of several months. morning and evening at Pine
KOCH DRUGSTORE FKKE M.O.M.M. 2-c P. D. Fancher, She has an apartment at.the I Level Church. 9 to 9 Dany
Jr., arrived home for a 15-day Restaurant t t Hours: Except Tuesday
leave with Mrs. Fancher and his --,- -, --
parents Mr. and Mrs. P. D.
Fancher, Monday, December 11,
after being away since last Dec- SERVICESEVERY vx
ember 26.

\The Latch' String . . . . . . SUNDAY NIGHT If You're looking

Is Always Out HamptonBy for the bestHAMBU'RCERS

Mrs. M. O. S\v<*ney
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Mrs. Merle Rahme and Mrs. Everyone Invited To Come And Feel .
Gertrude Slade entertained at
the former's home on Friday af- You Are A Part Of Us. ,
ternoon, honoring Mrs. Seeber
Goodman. Amusing: games were and
enjoyed with Mrs. Doris Hicks
r winning a prize for pinning the HOT
tall on the donkey. In the "Baby
Gospel Mission
Cut-Out" contest Mrs. Bert HIn- DOCS
son was awarded the prize, a
small (glass\ ashtray.A Assembly Of GodJUST .
decorated basket of lovely In ;
gifts was presented to Mrs. Goodman -
who opened and displayedthen WEST OF II GATE, CAMP IJLANDING town
: to her admiring friends.
'As refreshments the hostesses J. A. BROOKS, MINISTER TRY
served Inviting plates of open- H
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I War. ,Bonds Will Finish Them LETTERS By L. T. Dyer,' County Agent

':i Hy Ferd Johnson Drooker, Fla. ANNUAL ELECTIONOF ;

n,11, Chicago Tribune-/Ntta York //V_. Syndicate, 'ne.t Dear Santy Claus: : COMMITTEE.MEN

I am a little girl 5 years old Annual election of AAA Com-

t and I get to go to school next mitteemen will be held at court

'' I PASS TH'MUNITION (-4c term. I know I am a big: girl house Saturday, Dec 16, at 2
now, so I won't ask for much. P. M. All signers in the soil.
,IrI( AM Just bring me a pretty doll conservation program are urgedto '
'J' ' FOLKS! t?' i' that will say Mama and Daddy, a be present and cast their I'

: bed for my doll and me a rock- votes for committeemen of their I

< ,. """". ."pl! ing chair, bank, tea set, candy choice to administer the program
; loti to and fruits of all kind. And 11 another year.APPLICATIONS' I II
a ; I
you do thla please I have a big
1A!1 piece of mother's fruit cake 'for FOR PAYMENTJan. j

you on my Christmas tree. Mother 15th: IS''cut.: off date for

don't mind. Tell Mrs, Santy making report "of soil conserva- Tam11pON

1 4 Claim hello for me, I Bay,by, now tion practices and signing application' Fik !

, 17 nrnnn' ' c'' wear.ear bmu // and many thanks for my presents ';, for payment. We have $

you gave me last 'year. Love. 047 farmers liv this county with
and Merry Christmas. farms signed up,, and only about

IIi. -From IJillla Ann Russ. half 'of them have filed their report SHOP EARLY

.. and signed application to ANOHER DAY

f : r Brooker, Fa.! date. Each year about $20,000 +Y DELAY
.Ii; , Hello Santy: Is paid. to farmers In Bradford ,

; I believe this Is my first letterto county for carrying out soil conservation

ft i 1 ____IL? r + r you, so please you bring every practices. i. N

'i thing I ask for. I; want a doll SETTING PINES

1 J t-';: Mrs. Charles Torres underwent Pvt. Howard Conner left the and doll bed, a rocking chair, December' and >January are the

.,' I -. ; St. Vincent's first of this week for Ft. Meade, peana, tea set, ,a little bank, best' months to set young pines.,
:: I[. : \ tonsllectomy candy, and fruits of all kind SALE
l' I';' 'I' "I .tosplULl! Jacksonville, last week, Md., after spending a week's I am three years old. I haven't One million young pine seedlings
'j'' I have been by a local
Mr. purchased
I ',;'{ and Is spending a few days there leave here with his parents ever seen you you would come mill distributionto W.lnutFini.hJARD
Conner. paper for free
and Mrs. G. C.
J\\ :t" with frionds while recuperating while I was asleep: So please farmers, 4-H club boys and

I I 'I: 'g"" or AI ..- ... ------ come early this Christmas so I vocational agriculture boys. (
can give you a present. YoU'llbe r
This same number of free pines l-Cup
1' EVERY BRANCH OF hearing from me every year available"' but TABLE
now. I thank you for my toys' were last year,
last year. none were set In this cou ty. It TEAPOTS _

-From little Edna Mae Russ. Is hoped that the farmers and
: 5 rtI boys will take advantage of this $7.95A 1.19

v Jnourctnce Hampton, Fla. free offer and set some pines this Choice of MTiral Imatau

Dear Santa Claus: time.: The free pines do not usually I strong sturdy, handsome UU designed for years . artSS.Leegnsr.d \stiles and colors ton!>

; I am a little girl ten years old.I last beyond Christmas. Those : gush ia stala- and alcoJJo1-re.1 uL was gtfti'

# l ti"Hr M1 ')y r- am In the fifth grade. I like who wish them should file appli-
-- ------- ---
Y cation' at office at once.
my teacher fine my ,

H. C. WALL Santa I would like to have a Site, 8-Cop forTAwVV.ryOwr.1Itockiu! .I

bicycle, a telephone and a set of Stash Pine SeedlingsNow '
Pyrex baking dishes for Christ- COFFEEAIAKEIl, Chair
Agency mas. Be sure and don't forget Ready

., my daddy and uncles overseas. Free Distribution 8.95E

I i Constant Service Over' 50 Years Fill Well their that stockings is all. Goodbye full to the Santa top. One-yea'r-old slash'pine seed- 3.95

and thanks for the nice gifts you lings, a million of them, are now

1 Please-Phone 146CLASSIFIED gave me last year. ready for (planting and are now CASSEROLE

-Gladys Hicks. being supplied absolutely free
_. _'4'",' 4- County Agent L. T. Dyer an- & PIE SET
:Makes delicious coffee
# Hampton, Fla. nounced yesterday every
.. Dear Santa Claus: 1.49A tune.Easy to keep sparkling
& b These trees are available in I
>. ADS Rich roil simulated lull .
lovely rift for Motherl! $lean.MOTHER'S *
I am a little boy eight
years lots fif 600 to 9,000 to farmers Very well coiutnctti
Pie plate is 9% -1nch, casserole. -
old. I in third .
r --- am the grade.I and other tImberland owners, ages 8 to 8.
b ? ? 8-Inch.
sure do like to play marbles. 4-H club members, and vocational -
G 'ain+ ? I'i 4 M FOR N"LJoUH..d pre-war model!, IF milk YOU WOULD BUT OR SELL, Santa I would like to have a agricultural students, who
< + l'S r p Mm. Bertha Pearoe, lOll W. Mad cattle, mock bull or hog., get ,'bicycle, a bow and arrow set anda agree to plant:
Hp In touch with J. D. Odom Jr.,
Leon Ate for Christmas. And Santa
fox: .47 fltarke. Box: 204 Lake gun The forest seedlings are pro-
1+ P q' FOR 8AI.W-My home Place l rthwe city Telephone 481 Lake City. don't forget my teacher at school. vided for landowners in Bradford HOUSE BROOMS ____________$1.49 SET OF I
? t of nradford tllgh Rehool 118-44 And best of all, be sure and remember the of ASH TRAYS __._- "..98t
through generosity
I r i ; hulldlnff In city llmltn of Stark LOST-1 white heifer from farmat my daddy way over in County IRONING BOARDS ____$5.45 $3.69 BEAM ADAPTERS
City water, toilet' and tiath. SIx' : New' Itlver. I yrs old colored a local pulpmlll for planting dur- SEAL $$10.60
the Southwest Pacific. I think
ettiIIlUDI roam house new' roof. Four. white with red .ear.. Marked ing' December and January. Mr. CLOTHES LINES ____________$1.29 CAMP CHAIRS _____ _. .9
. tr**> Is'
t ...r.* of 40 bearing pecan crop underblt staple fork. Brand ,that 'all. Goodbye Santa. 0
Nice Income and .a nice Home"for IT.-...C. Wynn, Hampton. 4tp -Langford Hicks. Dyer urges all interested parties KITCHEN STEP-LADDERS ___$3.69 AUTO
"+y younger f olk.. Terms.'at I to,, place their' orders, or make
'E' my -home. ..IniStartee.! .Mr" WANTD-tUO40! or '41, 811 Ford reservation for trees ,at I SEAT COVERS __-',__ $$12,9'
f J, C. Manning ':-11p once COMMODE COVERS ________1.09
Sedan. 'Muwt be In good .m..chanI Licenses FIRESTONE SET OF
I leal condition clean and have Hunting.. : while the supply lasts. The trees
: l.owr-11 Jewel. Waltham watch !frond' rubber. l. Oi- Powell. P. I I were grown' atPthe) State Forest RUGS -______________,$2.19 $2.95 SPARK PLUGS __ __ ,$$2,
d (" .. cold, black ribbon band. O. Tlox 111.\ lt P Judge E. K. Perryman stated Nurser
1 fteward returned to' Mrlll C Service at Olustee, anda COVERING $I
r ; r this week that he sold more state FLOOR ___.. $8.95
N. Barr, 703 Temple -Ave. Up FOR SAT..H--Tncome! property on member of Che' Florida Forest ,
and near Handing highway 6- bUnting licenses from this office and Park Service will loan planting'tools' FIRESTONE ;:BATTERIES $$11,1MEN'S
i'c' A LOA"1' iiCl\t red mule'' between room1'eottaftrw' two.Z-room cabinet last month than he bad since he FLOOR MOPS\ _______________$1.89
tc + 9 It and U yearN old. Weight have e le a t rlctt,:" Fnrmland, l 'and moJ\strate.proper < : :. :> C .J\I';! ; ', *'..i I I BELTS __ l9
i + about MOO pound. Mrs. Donhlji pasture,' wood, bulling lot, 60 had been)n the office.. planting .methods if requested; WASH Jll
I'rem-ott. lifVKNKTIAN > acreMOwner.. P. O. Box, SOU.8tarke. . BOARDS -l: __________85c AUTO TWIN HORNS .$$5.1
__ ''A 1 Is.. commercial nut. This is a splendid opportunityto -
t 1I1.1NDStlll! taking truckingmachine. Work by Scout District Meet get idle forest land re-stocked, -
,it arders. See Fla.fate' OttHHUtt 18, Bond ttp hand. - 12-8 4tp i or to plant up open spots in a' I A Sure-Fire Gift flit
18, atarke
}11' i, i WANTED TO PUT-Piano, price The regular monthly meeting of scattered stand of timber, thus ,
( t, roil HAt.1-1' -Radio., battery and mn..t l h. right Cpl.-Floyd C. Hunter the New River I District, Boy obtaining a stand of valuable
i'' r $ ele'Ctrlo sets H'<-" W. C. McCord Call Phone 175-J. Itp
l I at D..nmark''urnlture Comp) Scouts of America, will be held trees. Mr. Dyer stated that application I&lde-'Em
t any. It I' IIOIIMM TltA II.ton.: FOIt HA M-3 ftt in the Methodist Recreation Build- forms and Informationon
: Skip' Trnllor .
Camp.-lirook .
r Fun BAIM- 1Irl'.. axed bicycle. Trading Poet; Klnif"lcy Luke, tf ing, tonight (Friday) at 8 o'clock. free trees can be secured
f Will sell at once for lift canh.lira. All'committeemen' of both Starke through his office. o. TRUCK
t M. C. Swoeney. Hampton. it SPENCER' PtrppOUTS Individually Troops are urged to be present. A
A .lIlcn..d. Mr. Ilertha Pearce 305
i'b1 ,y Foil">-Very desirableroom; Went MadUon S!., '7-2l-4tp 5.95
frame house bath, hot and cold
+, ? ,; water venotlan blinds oil burnIng PresbyterianRev. CREST of G.MImagine
h', ,I circulating heater. In exenllpnt -
F. W, Widmer of Gainesville
condition. Completely fur- 30 ROOMS tmtlWS
.'ll ''i ninhed, located on :2 acre of will be the guest speakerat 1\\t.\\ :<< ,
,. + / laud Kund for MrawborrleH or the utJWftt Fifty-tiro I P
ALL Presbyterian Church at
'S 4 i chicken farm. Price IS,BOO. part FURNISHED Specially designed for easy Ueruur. Strong and sturdy: Included! Many mDie.
f ,Ai 4'I'' anh.. P. O. Box" ea: Htarke. lip 11, o'clock Sunday morning. Everyone WAR BONDS Bright led.25-incli lengtli.jRECAPflWG all are thrilling!
is Invited
attend this
t3 t R FOR S A L E-Doll bed, electric BOOK A ROOM AHEAD service. .
t I > percolator, electric grill (one - - ---. xTreasure
t burner), and lovely bridge table, OR PARENTS 'oJ. Call Join I51 I
, ,,ct 3 1 made of matched woods. Mre.i Can lIt in. Each Room ,-
', R. F. Demore t, 221 Park Place. '
i 'I Itp LARRY'S PLACE ;This Year'GIVE :


''cth? heater. Mrs. R. F. Demore. t, 1000 Feet From B Gate WAR BONDS
ti. f. 221 Park Place. ItpFOR

i $ I L I / SALE-1 Ice box, $30. Apply -, FLOOR Mindlnir and flnlnhlriK, 1hrp ';pb YOU1 GEf AtLTHE5E /: :: ,was .'.

( ,? '", 4 B02 St. Clair, St. Ruth local reference. C. A. Powell( 6 VALUES:
tele. 1143J Oalnesvllle or write
F Poe t._ Itp %. Fla. Motor Court. 10-17 8tp limit .

{' 'i' FOR flALE-IUIi Ford panel, truck. MATTKHHSHM of all kind renovated 1.Guaranteed Material 9us.
rt t a good rubber, cheap.i Can be eeen ; furniture upholstered and and Workmanship 98e DINGO
at Standard Service Htatlon In reflnlnhed. Drop ua a card. d
+ir' r+ Lwtey. I* 1>, Rafuae, Lawt..y..t. HASTINGS MATTRESS CO., Va"" 2.Prompt>> Service :Fan action, easy mla ... Jt'a eigbtrd11 rI
. Palatka, Fla. tf / 3.ramow !Firestone real thriller. I hundred COtltltll"of tunl l
Gear-Grip Troad4.OradaAQaaUt7 I moving, loti
1 11" ,

Camelback: 'I TrlcW/ It' Fuel'
8.Factory Methods T/sed Looks Lik.tae foal Onnl

4.Extra Tread Depth MAGICSLATE
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Ba three and
' Lompan'g gum 01111Mick.7
't Y ,l .,'- ,'..' Four concealed sad DaoayDeek.
I: wlaeela. Ten-inch length.
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