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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 22, 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: VID04894
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ti' ;t luv i u lal I I ti hII'+ IIiI, ;p Ch'tl:5-fma:5-: Within $58,000 of Bond Goal;

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y \il i i, 944 'Last Minute' Effort Urged to Put Drive Over

This issue of the Telegraph is like S I Auction Sponsored By FFA SaturdayAdded

special delivery letter from the busi- Blanding Trainees Best In Combat I'Lt. Carlisle HomeLt. $12,450 To Totals;

ness men of Starke to their hundreds |I I Sales Still CountThere rj

of loyal friends and customers, expressing p Says A. P. Writer Back From Pacific t is still n chance for Bradford County to go over '

appreciation for past and r i, the top in the Sixth War Loan Drive. ,
and also voiceto P This encouratfing announcement was mado yesterday '
future patronage giving The training program at Camp Blanding, often de ;, a by Junius It[, Smith, county chairman of the drive, following j
the traditional messages of good ( scribed as rigorous (to put it mildly) is apparently paying 1 1s' a compilation of figures from the local bank and post-

cheer always associated with the << big dividends. '' '8 8ftibvy office together with amounts being allocated to this county ;I
J. Norman Lodge, Associated Press war correspondent by outside interests

Christmas season. .. This year these just back from the South Pacific, recently told IRTC I "I estimate that Bradford County now has a creditof

messages are more significant than trainees that Blanding-trained soldiers, including our be $201,000 on its 'over-air quota of $259,000," Mr. Smith

before for they will be read not loved 31st (Dixie) Division from Florida, Louisiana Mississippi + I stated. "This leaves us $58,000 short of the goal, but as I
ever and Alabama, showed up better-in early combat; ,( sales up to the end of tho month: will be credited on the j

only by people in their comfortablehomes II days of the South Pacific than army troops trained on any i+ ) ,t, .quota, we can still make the

in Starke and vicinity, but also n other post. r )trade) with a little extra ef '
Praising Florida as a training site after touring the 'No Vacancy'Signs fort." S

by hundreds, Bradford County serP Camp Blanding ,IRTC layout with Maj, E. W. Fales, the at tx rA wrtr lilt Smith announced that

vice men, now scattered in all partsof A. P. water: told of accompanying -' .. Boy Scouts and Girl Scouts ,;

of them will be the Blanding-trained Will Greet arc now conducting) a clean-
the globe.
n 43rd Division into New Georgia up drive and expressed hope ',
in receiving this Christmasissue p where the oi Wanted: A Farm ,
weeks late capture : that their efforts would go along

but they will read it none the Munda airport was "tougher For Nine Boys Holiday Visitors way toward putting the
I than Guadalcanal" and in county over the top.

less eager,y for the warm glow of (" "worse jungle country". In thane days of one-and- .Y n Auction Profitable. iF iFA

good fellowship expressed in the mes Locations RevealedThe two cJill d rOD famllhw, any Parent, xtlvrut and axvert- total of "2.4:10: in Bonds,
quantity over five In considered Al '''Kay Carlisle. AAF hearts who torn to Ntarko
representing 69 Individual sale, +
sages reproduced here.. We urge all n War Department has "larKe", and when you getup bombardier arrived In Starke within the next" few day, Intent was raised at the auction event ,

our subscribers, both at home and a- ,' :. just announced six more to ten-nlna of them' boy Thursday! of last week and will' on upending the C'lirlNt- staged by the Future Farmers of I''i
Blanding-trained out fits i a- and the the home ma holiday .ni>ason with their ,
one girl-brother, you've spend holidays at America at the corner of Call ti
broad, to read these ads for a greater p mong units fighting overseasin "got something". of his patents Mr. and Mrs, J. husbands, brother and noun and Walnut street Saturday aft ,i'

of the true meaning of : the European-African Theatre When Leroy was born to Mr. B. Carlisle. Lt. Carlisle returnedto at Camp lllnndlng, Mill come ernoon. With three lusty-lunged
The Sixth Mechanized Cavalry,, and Mrs. Leonard Griffin of the States after completing faeo to face with the name young patriots. -Arnold Waadln,
Christmas. which trained at Blanding from Starke about four months ago, the required number of missions proMrun thin confronted JOM- Neal Crosby and Doyle Connpr-
August 1942 to November 1942,, he rounded out their family to In the European Theatre of war t>ph and Mary In that C'irl' ..t- taking turns at auctioneering,
la now with Patton's Third Army an even 10 children. The other and will go from here to the moM of Ionic ago-"No room varied articles, from manicure ,
.Ifi Germany. eight Nona arc Leon and Cleon AAF redistribution center at Mi- at the Inn". sets to fertilizer and even IncludIng

The 172nd Field Artillery Bn.,. (twin) two years; Billy, 4; ami. USO and community leaders a pig and two rabbits, were
at Blanding early in 1942, Is now Leonard, Jr., 8; Bay, 8: Edward met here Monday afternoon to decide auctioned off to the highest bidder ,,
in France, where the 104th Infantry 10; Monroe, IS; and USO Christmas Tree what if anything, could be In bonds. This event was
ie Story of A Chocolate Cake Regiment, here during: the .Woodrow, 18 Their only daughter done about the situation. ...real staged under the supervision of '',
first four months of 1943, Is also. Doric, to 18. All children For Service Men Red Cross workers recalled V. R. Ferguson, BH3 InstructorIn h

fighting are at home. Christmas. Eve 1943 when not a vocational a rJcu1ture. Local k
The 58th Medical Bn., and the lilt large family of boys I* Sunday AfternoonThe room Was to be had In Starke merchants donated the article

96th Quartermaster (Bakery) Bn. perhaps the principal reason for love nor money and young to be auctioned. ,
Red Cross' Ctimp and' Hospital Committee under both at Blanding early in, 1942,, why Mr. OrlffUi bt advertising USO at Temple and Washington mother with a dangerously sick An Interesting highlight of the ,
dership pf '1i{rsMK.; G, Duncan has been -diligent in its served In North', Africa The In this, week's ''Telegraph to Streets is planning an inter..Unir' baby had to be carried to Waldo sale took place when O. M. Bennett ,
in the Regional Hospital 94th Evacuation Hospital here swap a hougp In town for a Christmas program. Shelter. ,' retired} rEarmeri'pull.d his
(arts to ,fe..thaJ.Jh.leru, ( emen before finding There was m ; ( u
al :. from February 1943 .to' April good farm. "*' JVUIi, no Thursday nightat7$0'o'clock: ;; arecarding Of. hi. .
Camp B/JrVrng'Tare/ assured.of a r. Christmas many (. Dlcken's Christmas little 'Ohrlt te* Joy fen liras Elgin ,watch -out pockV
and 1943. ia with General Clark's Fifth mouth to feed and all the neoensary 0 and it to/ go-on'tho block.
Mr!. Duncan wishes to thank the organizations Carol wan played. who were forced: to sleep on offered
liaduals ( in'the beautifully' wrapped gifts. Army in Italy "manpower" right In benches and', airs in the railroad In the spirited bidding that followed ,
pending' Starke each dif- Dixie Well Remembered hla own family, lie feel+ that Saturday' night at 8:30.thflre. station, the bus station and It wae''''-sold for a J 1.000War
o data 112 gifts.have been taken from Seven of the nine division that a farm would be the Ideal IIt.tup. will be a dance. On Sunday, afternoon the telephone of lce. Bond-::
ent in its holiday wrapping. Mrs. Duncan* Mrs. Eld- have trained al Blanding are refreshments w111 be .The following allocations from
iqe Smith. Mrs. jl.fattie Gahagan and Mrs W. R.: Morse known to be In combat zones served at 5:30:: and Christmas Carols lint when them aren't corporation and other large

It t that it had been worth all the effort when they saw Moat warmly remembered here, will be sung At 8 o'clock riiougli roonm to go around : Bond purchasers have helped

t' men's faces light up as the gifts were being unloaded'at perhaps, 'Is the famed "Dixie" Services ThursdayFor !a movie will be shown even In "off" nt-anonx, what swell the total here: ,
e Hospital. One 'serviceman, who has been attached to which included two of "Florida's On Christmas Day fruit cake urn yon going l 10 do with the Standard Oil Co, $1,000, ; Southern

t' Hospital for the' past two years, says the gifts have own" crack fighting units-the Mrs. AndersonMrs. 'and coffee will be served at 3 annual some holiday problem Influx.that Theream apparently nell ....GOO; P. S. Stores, '
121th Infantry and the 116th Field o'clock.- The Christmas picture Florida Power & Light
looked the ones this year .. ;
:tr as pretty as Emma Lyle Anderson 78 defy ",1thl.
e' eOn Artillery. "King of Kings", will be shownat Co. ,$16,000; Florida Motor Lines ,
'at Blanding in December died Wednesday at her home in 3:30. 7:30 there will be IN ono No pArnstnrrtNeruggrnllon t '
for Arriving At a $5,000; State of Florida $13.700;
call to the Red Cross Office Archer after brief She rould bo made, 4
Monday a a
before the was
paint which stockings
1940 Christmas tree at State. Road Department, 4100. ,+
chocolate cake. The Red Cross Worker at the Hospital hardly dry, the Dixie wa the la the mother of A. W Anderson, filled by the women of the Wo and tho only glimmer of lioxt
had been critically ill. Geo. A. Anderson, J. L. Anderson was word from Aliwliuti' ,
IJ of a young serviceman who first division to begin Its training men's Service Organization will
IS aged father had been wired to come but because of here. It was still at Bland- and Mrs. E. M. Davis all of be given to service people and email community 27 ml lewoutlmettt At Bay Pines ,

health could not 'make the trip. The soldier had lain ing in January 1942 when the Starke.In carols will be sung with theGlrl's of Starke, that ap 'rl,jW
r day at the point of death but gradually became better. old "square" division was con addition to her children livIng Service Organization members proximately' 200 room are !p ,i ,I
nvallablu there. An attemptl
hose who trying to verted Into a streamlined, .tri in Starke, she Is survived by participating. IX
IS' patience was pathetic to ( were l being made to obtain lint-
his angular division. four other daughters and a son: 8 o'clock there will be a 'i ,rh<,
and showing ap- At
him always
complaining and this
p. ; not 124th Ing of theno room* f
that time Florida's Mrs. C. H. Reeves Tarpon
He 'At Formal Christmas dance with/

ciation for everything that was done for him. ts Information may Ixi available ;
received the high honor Springs Mrs. Paul Etherldge,
Infantry ; Arthur Foote and his '
rter now but will be in the Hospital for some time to of being selected as school dem Jacksonville; Mrs. Pauline Stone Sergeant"Infantrymen" furnishing the mu nt the Ut40-YMUA. .f,r ..

) onstration troops and were lifted and Miss Mamie Anderson, Archer sic. It was also. suggested that ser ,, g'' '.
!me.The Red Cross Worker on duty in the ward retuedly out of the 31st to "do their stuff" ; and C. B. Anderson, Jackson-I vlcemen with week-end passe p ',
asked him what he would like for Christmas.. at the crack Infantry Officers ville. might take their visitors to

[he soldier/ always shook his head, nothing. Finally as Training School at Fort: Benning Mrs. Anderson wan born April "King of Kings"To Ocala where It is reported that
''Mstmas drew nedrer she told him that there must be Ga. 3, 1866, in Hopklnaville, Ky., and Be Shown Sunday conditions are not overcrowded
accommodations be had.
)meshing! that he wanted and to her surprise he toldr Supplied Key Men has lived In Archer since 1902. and may
Its history the 31st At Methodist Church In the meanwhile, if a miracle
that he would be satisfied if he could have one slice Throughout She was very active In the workof
and In the
of the should
occur anyone
has been one the ;Methodist Church and the
the Chap-
home-made chocolate cake. A frantic best units in. the' Army. After Eastern Star Highlight of the Christmas sea- Starke area finds himself In
r in Starke. Th Worker on duty called Mrs. Gahagan. leaving Blanding for Camp Bowie; Funeral services were held on I con! at the Methodist Church will possession of a vacancy, he is xY
Sure"' Mrs. Gahagan answered. Then the problem of Texas there were heavy drainson Thursday morning at 11 o'clock. be the presentation of the epic urged to notify the U90 YMCA ,

e butter but this time Mr. Ferrara at Frank's Fine both officer and enlisted personnel In the Archer Methodist Church motion picture, '''King of Kings", at once. ,

ood came to the rescue, donating three fourths of a who were used to acti- with the Rev. R. H. Carr offi In the church building, Sunday
und' of precious butter so that the sick 'soldier could vate numerous other infantry outfits dating Interment followed at night at 7:30 o'clock; Two Fire AlarmsIn ti4 .,

tie t the biggest chocolate cake that he has seen in a long, them in formation. Today Crosby Lake Cemetery, Starke This 'is one of the greatest Past WeekThe
'"? time. there are members of the original under the direction -of DeWItt C. Biblical film of all time and, It ,t,
Dixie Division on fighting frontsIn Is estimated that more than 80
Jones. fire truck was called to
war zone,in the world. million have seen it since
this every
To in to make the residence of Dr. Lemuel Colton "'
all who assisted way ''
have' any Netherlands East 10 13 has received an
Now in the it was released or years The Telegraph
afternoon when a
nnstmas' happier and brighter to those who are offering Indies, the Dixie is still com Cpl. Forsythe ago. The film I.1 being presented stove Sunday became overheated and Interesting letter from H. N. Fair-
."''rr aU in the, service of their Country the Camp and manded, by Maj. Gen. John W. Back From Overseas by the church! with the cooperation smoked the walls considerably. yanks, former manager of the t
vpitaCommittee/ extends sincerest thanks. Persons of Birmingham. Ala., and of"'J. P. Htgginbotham director There was up no other damage. Ulandlng district for the Florida d+
still has as !Its assistant divisional T-Cpl. Lonnie Forsythe reportedto of the USO-YMCA and Power & Light Co., and a past ,
commander (artillery) Brig. Gen. the Army Redistribution Cen the public ia invited Several containers of tar and president. of the Starke Rotary ,, f'1
Sumter L. Lowry, well-known ter In Miami after spending a The morning topic as oil mixtures caught fire last weeka Club. Mr Fairbanks was forced t' '
Tree Sunday
u Beard St. Mark's of the USO building directly
Transfers front
Floridian. few days with Mr. and Mrs. announced by the pastor the Rev.! I to begin an extended leave of
California'USO The annual Christmas Sunday Originally made up otNatloor Q..L.. Bapp of Hellbronn Sprints. W. J, Churchwell, will be. "ThereIs across from the schoolhouse > absence recently because of 111
beheld la St.. al Guardsmen from Florida, Uleslaaippl. He visited many friends In Starke None Other Name", The choir and caused some consternation health. ,He Is now at the Bay ,
will '
!* Catherine Beard, assistant School service >. Louisiana and Alabama and other parts of Bradford has arranged special music sad among the by .Pines Veterans' Hospital in St. '.
lam Mark's Church Friday afternoonat number of while here. the: black smoke which ,,an ell\\ writes follows r"''
include and as
director at tire USO the Dixie a County Mrs. A Z. Adklns will be the eforsburg rl
i, members of 34 month., fire' cause. There was no damage ,'
Temple Ave. & Washington five o'clock for local men among its personnelA. He served overseas goloUt. : t
ta, returned Monday from aweek1 the Sunday School. The Christmas E. Wall. Davis.Gass tt, A. W. most of this time In New Guinea to .other material.Wounded i "The doctors have recommended i
vacation at her home of gift Anderson. Morris Jackson and and wean three ribbons the a treatment of 'rest and relaxa.i '
Rumbus, :Mia.; She leaves tree and exchanging Steve Walker among others Asiatic Campaign the Pacific Scout Troop Registers' In Action i lon' to continue from six months '

', however, for La Jolla will follow the service. Campaign and the Good Conduct. to a year which makes it pretty ,
+ where she ha been trans- River DedicationThe He has ,been In the service 4 The new Boy Scout Troop sponsored Mrs. J. A. Howard recently received easy for me.
4 U the U90-YMCA Club Service Officer New years and wear the "Before by the Methodist Church word that, her son, Sgt. "Some folks, when they have a
e III the name capacity. new Christian Church Pearl Harbor" ribbon also completed registration at a meeting ., Cecil Manning has been woundedIn chance to loaf, catch up on their
M Beard has been associated i Aids VeteransHoward building at New River will be Mr. and Mr*. G. L. Sapp and of the Suwannee River District action the third time and is hunting and fishing, but I am ,, '!
we USO here since Febru- dedicated Sunday, :pec. 31. The Mr. and Mr*. William Sapp gave held here last Friday night. now convalescing Ins hospitalIn going to catch up on my reading."I .
IIIc1 has made many,''friends. de Vaughn field secretary Convention of Christian Churches him a family dinner last Sundayat This Troop meet each Monday Paris, France. He was employed miss all of you good folks s'
lInongo the civilian and Ar- representing the State of Bradford County will meet the home of the former. Members night !In the Methodist Recreation at Camp Blanding before up In Starke and you may be
i attended.He and all boys, not already entering the service, and took will back thereas
Personnel, who will regret toot I In the courtroom there on that date and dedication of both families Building sure that. I get
her departure from : Service Officer, was afternoon ceremonies will take place at 2 is a brother of Mr*. B. Bennett member of a troop, are his training at Ft. Leonard Wood, soon as I can. My beat regards _
ke. i here last Friday I of Lawtey. invited to join. Mo. to the Rotarians and any and all
I and assisted a large number of p. m. of my other friends you may tee."
with their
" "veterans- and widows
Unit Closed i claims under the new veteran CARD Of THANKS

We wish to thank our many
I Clay-Bradford County' Ilegl.lation.Mr. stated that he Christmas friends and relatives for the Bowen -
, Unit' on Church St. will de Vaughn ffierq er.9bO
" his ..cheduleIo e and kind expressions of sympathy
''I' over the holidays fromP try to arrange In Starke regularly ) 1J during our recent bereave 'lr''
m. to be '
L 111. Wednesday today (Friday). until two as afternoons a month. I ment.-.-1* R. Kalch and family.1 'wtt .



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L! ,',&! THE BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH When like me. you're not used I -

N. G.Netherlands to pitiful spectacles: like these
" and you haven't done anything I
r' m Established 1877 when compared with what' these .
J E. L. Matthew Editor and Owner lads have done there la but one

J : r Published Weekly on Fridays and Entered M Second ClaM Matter Q. VIa i small*consolation are not In left vain: ,their the sacrifice war-
a by Ciii1I'1112] } ljJjlfr'on.
n n, j at the Post Office at Starke Florida. T. Sft.( A. W. U being won.Your

Ii Ilia V'i Anderson, Jr>.

i '; .";' In The Agony'World, But May Christmas Writhe In.grief this, when time of bent chaos! upon and East Indlee fiuiMmiiis r } ] >

f" tions seem ol For a few days I got caught Pocketbook r l viimi] "rnEE
,. Remains The Same complete destruction 'within the coils of the Army's .
..1 one another it does the Medical Department; seems 'a few
r, soul good to know that one custom has never changed New Guinea descendant's of Pas- and Your Car r I 1
I almost 2,000 ago-the celebra teur'fl discoveries tried to throwa
J since its origin years jJJJrr] }
I tion of the birth of the Prince of Peace. blitz on a kidney of mine. After ARE BOTH VULNERABLEProtect !31Jj31] 11
/4\ Again we arrive at the anniversary of that memorable being evacuated four times
' from hospital to hospital I woundup
4"" and brighter star
event, the night when a new
in a 200 bed outfit which couldbe yourself against
1/\%i' gleamed in the eastern skies, and men in far places station
described as a portable
/" I paused to point it out and marvel at ,its brilliance. It hoflpital. Equipment consisted of financial loss-buy Auto- And sparkle with the joy
\., has been almost two thousand years since shepherds, essentials and were not always mobile Comprehensive .
is! ; [fy tending their flocks in the still hours of the night, comfortable, and the latter Includes and happiness that we wish
t +P' ;' 5' > stretched forth their hands as a greeting to the newest the folding camp cot beds. and Collision Insurance for you and yours at this

1 If I heavenly diadem, and read within it the greatest, Arriving In the ward, I today. glad time of the year. .
! sweetest message that has ever come to gladden and could, walk, with the ambulance
i' n comfort the human heart In its brilliant rays they driver toting my bar. Charley E. Johns i It has been a pleasure to
, t: i ' read that "This Day There Has Been Born To The rack'n bag, I asked the wartl-
; World A Savior." master, Ifc.Vally Bernard Agency serve you in the past and we

I ti '' ; Almost 2,000 years, and yet we find ourselves as from Culver, Kan., for a Phone IS STARKE FLA. \l are at your service in the I
belief that that is true and as sheet to go on my cot. Lectured _
: d firm in our message future. Please call on
I' us at
he, "You must remember -
>!;' steadfast are we in our rejoicing as were those who R..,_ting THE TRAVELERS. Hartford
", i;l;! first read in it, freedom from an earthly bondage that States that*' "So aren't that's In' lti"the! 1 t, any time as we deem it a
,:I, .' i had kept heavy the hearts of all mankind. Since the I rejoined, "things HAVE S distinct_ privilege to serve
,; rl brilliance surrounding it has been dimmed, the passing seemed different these past in whatever manner we
,,,, ( years only make dearer the story that star told in Mix month:t.' I got "a" SOLDIERS, SAILORS
centuries long gone by. Faith and Hope are as strong; sheets). I folded It once AND MARINES: \ can. We cordially invite
In the breasts of humanity today as on the morn following lengthwise and slept betweenthe your continued patronage.
; the appearance of that star, when the world halve to make It seem
,vt' awakened to find that in truth there had come One like two sheet I got pajamas -
; > capable of saving all who might look up and believe. too, my first since /
And not alone has this grand message-of cheer glad leaving home.I j
) j ; dened the hearts of that part of the world in which i it learned a new way to take JUKE d-
.t was first read, but it has spread even to the darkest castor oil, which I found was
I corners until today every heart can feel the solace of heavily. administered prior to an r' Jl/1eQtiitai;
abdominal X-Ray: just drink It I
? the sweetest story ever told and then take on new hope. swallow 0
down of
a glass water
'r, ';i; To the citizens of Starke and vicinity, we extend and chew hell out of two sticks They all
r the greetings of the season. We wish you A Merry of Dentyne chewing gum. AND A VERY
t . Christmas. For each of you we hope that the star The kid on my right was a to EATat
'. 4 in the east shines as brightly and with a message as private from the infantry; he hada
" comforting as it did on that Christmas even more than fractured arm. When practic /
+:', 1900 years ago.- We want to hope that the year fast ally healed he had obtained some the r rAPW Ieiv2jearCARPENTER'S!
..f drawing to a close has found you stronger In your faith jungle juice from somewhere, be-
I and love for your fellowmen, and that the blessings came a bit tipsy, stumbled over CAMPDINER
t that come from a life honestly and sincerely lived have some boards, and refractured.the
If he hadn't
arm. done
44. been yours in abundance. Just as men have lived by finally so
voluntarily I was going to ask
the star in years gone' by, men must, if they would him to take a bath; I was down ..
truly enjoy living, be guided by it in all the years to wind from him,

come. And we broaden our hope that by it you have On my left wax a Sergeant
,? lived and shall continue to do so. Wade Harper from "the Corner Call & Cherry
f And to those who are weary of war and who feelS South" of the Air Corps MPs.
' S ', note of futility in celebrating the birth of the Prince He arrived the evening after .
,( of Peace while yet fighting a war more terrible and me with second degree burns Featuring the best
,,1 more all-embracing; than any war has been we say: over his right arm and shoulder -
"Do not lose faith". For it is only through faith in caused by a small gasoline Steaks Chops THE REXALL DRUG STOREStarke
14 peace that peace can be realized and maintained. explosion. He is only

*..Si, ,i This Christmas 1944 may at least a small portion been about In 43 the years Army old a, and mere has 24years. Open 9 A. M.-9 P M.Daily Phone 64 Florida
y of joy and happiness and a strong belief in the -
Boy! HOH he found Except Thursdays
t possibility, of permanent peace be the lot of every one a home A confirmed bach- # '.
,j- ''' of you "as you pass this milestone and enter*upon an- elor, he was stationed at - Ie' - -'- -<0>
; 4'' ; other fateful year. times! In China, the Phllll-
t pines, Panama and Hawaii,
A t I not to mention Just about .
every Army post In the
t tv
''y .. ...... -. United States and he would '
S tell me about It by the hour.
I guess I now know all about
.... Kong women to and lieyenne.! living from Hong i-tere'c! (QkristmasiTO.THOS

, The colorful characters you ,
meet In combat zone hospital!I
; One boy was trying to convince I 1
i t the doctors he was "touched" let I
order to get a section VIII discharge -
Y i ,)"Ii After he tied on to me' p f fI '
one noon in the chow line and
c c'r 43 talked me blue in the face for 'nl In-_

i about 15 minutes I was all forgiving .

pathetic Then him there actual the discharge are battle the casualties at truly once.- .....1 I :i1ll41 II.I ::JIIIII'I.I :::1R111''

tan, lying Boys to so show with patiently through pallor on their cots beginning I L L= U"I: ,

with sandbag weights; attached
to an arm or a leg, or per- *
hapii with an arm or a leg -Ie
rnl alng. Others are swathedIn fa
bandages with only mouth .
Lx. and none showing. And there

V d& are waat those to hurry that moan away., and you WHOM WE StRVE

4" % One can have only admiration
p 1 and respect for the Medical Department -
and the miracles they We are Indeed grateful for the opportunities that have been presented to us for
work 'and Oyer here In addition , developing.many genuine.triend hlpa among the people,.of this vicinity during the
4 Season C keer they have to bear arms againstthe "/ ',. r I ;year it has been our ;pleasure to serve you. .
'F' 1 s enemy .to whom their RedMAY We are conscious: \ of ou>'responsibility to you and do not hesitate to renew our

pledge of service and'cooperation* !;' In whatever capacity 'we .,may' be called uPon to
a serve. f (-

One of the services that we are proudest of, of'course, is :the Issuance of War
t Savings Bonds of all series and denominations the people'of this"vicinity. And
we wish to take this opportunity to urge our friends not only to buy War Bonds to
7tqt the extent of their financial ability, but also not to cash them unless sheer necessity
: 0 .verqoaq compels. you to do so. -
; The government's new liberal policy of permitting you to cash your Bonds In
I Ij banks throughout the Nation makes your Bonds as easily negotiable as a govern-
ment check In time of need. -
'V'i But common sense as wen as patriotism. --should prevent your doing so for any
Because we are proud to number you among lesser reason.
ai Widespread cashing of War Bonds would result In wide-spread Inflation, the
: p our friends we send you these Christmas ' ,, very thing your government .Ls trying'to prevent. It would result In the very dollars -
s ." ,<. ,'.. you receive for, the bonds being,worth less In purchasing value.
? this Christmas added
# t Greetings: May bring ] The citizen who buys a Bond with the Idea of cashing It soon. Is doing his coun-
i''m? if 'i!* pleasures of true health and happiness to try a greater harm than If he bought no bonds at all. .
T Moreover If you cash your War Bond within a year you forfeit all the Interest
iS .5. every one of you. coming to you. Holding an E Bond to maturity means that you gain 25 cents for
every 75 cents you Invested.
y ,V May the oming-N;;Year bring you eVery .. and Use great.your head-and your heart. Cash-bonds. only If the need.'to do BO la real

t # happiness, and the fullness of success reward THE JOYS OF

c THE CHRISTMAS -.----, '
1t your efforts in all your undertakings. .

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Stores. She has been working: -at
IB.H. S. JOURNALGreen I the P. S. Stores for two years I

and hopes to continue after she .

finishes school! though she may ....
take a business course. We would Chris Bells
Green Tornadoes stmas
Turner like to extend our special good I13HIftISTMAS
l.lor rt-Bobby BlographlLora First Basketball wishes to Berta Lee.

?, and France* OolleyLjrty Game With Waldo . . . . . . .
UuttoI '

I Barbara XewGarnita KeenHlograplUc The Bradford High team openedIts State Farm :J2
*-i Porothy
44-45 basketball are
and Marie Edwards Friday By Mrs. Bryan Whitfleld n9 1lfJ
by Kelley. night with a win over Waldo . . . . . e .
jtawjfM-Alleno High School In a hotly contested .
laS Fl'atu.-1\larlon Johns game to the tune of 2818. The COMMUNITY CLTO; ,
d Betty game was very close until the CHRISTMAS PARTY JJ1err b
i last quarter when the Tornadoes Following Its regular business
Storial gained a lead that they never meeting presided over by :Mrs. ; .

teacher who substitutes In lost from that point on. At the C. M. Turney the CommunityClub
half the score was 11-18 with had Its annual Christmas
'to be pitied I
| school la
dear that everybody: Is golD neither team seeming to have party Tuesday afternoon of last ......,..:,.".,.::Iimmm1jm!!!; ... .......i1111i11',..;...;..!. ;!'
finds advantage of her the advantage. In the last half week with arrangements being .,.."..:.:1.:.'.=::..::.:..:,::"':Ei''i'n:?:'' : :" ,::.:::. :.:.:.::.:.::'iyYy:,: : .
[lake the Starke' team pulled in front made by the Social, House and ; .
ell and, not being: accusia : with a sUm] lead and increasedIt Flower Committees Interest centered ,
_.' coming to a new school as play went I
on. upon a beautifully decorated -
([facing a crowd of dlsrespectitudenta. Billy Burney, this year's cap- Christmas tree at one end of 'il 1t1'' illi\ '
she feels very con- tain, played exceptionally well for the Club Room with Its motif' '
jand Bometlmes hurt. Why the home team. Johns, one of accentuated by vases of poinsettia !!
jlhat every one of us tries the holdovers and red berries. After \
Elf there Is a substl- from last years'squad : .V'AWWAWAV.V.V.'A .................... .,... .
when also stood out for the Tor- th% xchange- gifts those pres- iii, . ; 1
instead of our regular teach- nadoes. Smith was the outstand- ent enjoyed sandwiches, cake and .;'. .!:;' -: ..;.-, .'!.' '''.'.'.'.'.'.'.;.;.. -.:..::.,.;...,i':1'.: !.!.''l..,.. .
|She) can't help it if. Bhejit ing member of the Waldo team, coffee mints and salted nuts .j .

fftrst I know name everyone and can't of us proLe by- playing sive game an for especially the visitors.fine I defen- served buffet appointed style from table an with effectively IlL ]i'' 1! :: ' !: ,! i!!: ll ( ] ;

our names exactly as we The number Mrs J. A. Bouvier cutting the I, : -I"flE
them. and it Is not In the of spectators for cake and Mr. J. G. Godwin ......... ..... .' ....'.,,,... .. .', .."
1 when laugh the game was disappointinglysmall I ::::::::, 'I". :"',.'", ':' ''tI\\ ,::. !,I:.:,.j'.1' :::i:
funny to her pouring coffee. I':'1':':' ": : : : : ,
perhaps due to the cold. ':' f'rl
Lrously at her mistakes. Put ii GRJIE jG1EIHGS
and a better turnout Is expectedfor 1111111! :;IIIIII
keif In her place for a little OFFICERSAt "i !1 .
the next contest. With the ll, . ., .ilj,. . . !
and then you will sympa- the regular meting of the : :,!'I ':' :,1.:iIlli: : : : : : : :.r-
with her, and next time great numbers of Starke rooters Raiford Lodge, No. 82, F. &: A. !WiHJ !111i!';lit. 1'? !:...:.;:! !iHH jil!: :Hm1Ij!!
her a little more respect that were at the football games M., Tuesday night officers for IHiiiHI' : .!tlE!lHi i:h'iii1j! ;;!IiE'II'!:;!!! ':! ' ;:!! :!! !!!! and
r Coach Hobbs hopes to have the the ensuing elected I?!!!;!!!!"iliil'::;!!!!:! !:: :!!; ,: :! '!ii iiI !!ii!!:
were as
( stands full for all the home year : ;!!! ;!i: !i! !,:I]j :!!] ;!: !'!!

ciety Notes games. follows W. M:-Chas. H. Walnwrlght, :I iH !f Jij:N1 i!.'.;"J"I\!1 :!:!:I! !! !! ; !! ;: Wi! '

eked down to the Methodisth S. W.-W. Harvey Williams, ',,,, ,,:,,,,,,!,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,, ,,:,,,,,,,,, .IISGI WISHES] t
have never been able to get rid Treas.-Martin E. Griner, Sec'y.J. .- ':i ':! !: :! 'j1)Hi\\iiHHiiHi' ) !!!\\; i!,
along around four o'clock .?.......: ; .... ......... .'. I
[Sunday afternoon and watch- of her. L. Williams\ S. D.-R. P. Mc- ; I !!iit!J .I.\' :;ii1miJi' 'iH! .. ._&..,...
ne of our most popular Sen- Oleeta Is'five feet, two Inches Lendon, J. D.-H. L. Llnzy, S. \ i o.
[ tie the knot. It was none tall weighs ab o uta hundred S.-P. S. Crews, J. S.LynwoodWatts fy < "j for your HappinessIn

than Elise Green and she pounds, end has blue eyes and Marshal-Arch Dobbs, N'Ir/
a perfect picture of,a hap-.I brown hair. She has no real dls Tyler-C. II. Cope, Chaplain- the New Year a{ ,
ride. likes, bufllkes reading, horseback Bryan Whitfleld. .
riding and lemon pie. . .And it is pleasant to remember old
|r her wedding Elise chose The circle of the W. M. U. of
e; suit with black accessories. She says she Intends to get a the Raiford Church met
I Baptist friends and to wish them in a genuinesort
[bat was made up of different 'job when she finishes school but with Mrs. J. M. Bradley Mon- Your patronage through the years past is evidence ot
i and her corsage was white we personally think that she Is day afternoon. of way, all the joys of a Happy a
lions. We, the students of going to try 'her hand at farm- Friend. are glad that Mrs. C. the confidence you have in our organization and we J4
wish Elise and Sgt. Willard ing. What ever she tries we O. Partney was able to be Christmas.
the best of happiness alie wish her luck.B"ltTA brought home for recuperation trust it may continue in the same amicable way for many
May Health, Happiness and Prosperitybe if qM
following a major operation per- to .
are happy to note that the : LEE GEORGE formed In a New Orleans, La., yours, not only on this day, but every years
Jetball game was won by our Berta Lee was born at High- hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Partney

i and not by Waldo. land, Fla., March 1, 1926. She arrived last Friday, having come day throughout the years to come. ,..
-Suzle.. moved about from Highland to by plane from New Orleans to I
Lawtey and to Starke. She en-' Jacksonville and then by ambu-
'or BiographiesOLEETA tered school I n Starke In the lance to their home.
first grade and has stayed here Mrs. J. M. Bradley was the STORE

GUEEN ever since. guest; of relatives In Jacksonville
eela was born In Starke on Berta Lee is 5 ft. 4 In. tall, has Wednesday and Thursday of last r

mber 16, 1927. She livedall brown hair .and hazel eyes. She week.J. .
of her life except for dislikes snakes, conceited people, G. Caldwell and daughters, FLORIDA & RITZ THEATRES MR. and MRS. LLOYD GREEN ? yr
ral short intervals at High- Peggy and Frances, spent Sun-
and people who talk too much. !
She started school la Highland day and Monday with Mr. Cald- tvA
came to B.H.S. at the Her special likes are: french fries, well's parents Mr. and Mrs. J. i<, ,. .
i of that first year and we movies and working at the P. S. B. Caldwell, in Ocklawaha.R. .
H. Cox made a business '' ': f.
ii i\\
trip to Oklahoma last week. He 'I, ,"
was accompanied as far as North .:J.:,:?,

Camp Hood, Texas by Mrs. Cox ,
and there they visited Major and : f.'L
Mrs. Ralph Cox: On their trip Co4diaI ;'t l.\,..'1.
Mr. and Mrs. Cox also visited ; s
I IlH ;
I yNE Miss.Mrs.Pvt. Gerald Cox at Keesler Field, I 7.; ';11 1\\\'

J. L. Robinson Is a patient :"'f! c
i in St. Vincent's Hospital In '1i''i', :
Jacksonville, having undergone a :: Ch4ISInaSQ4eeii194 ,.''ft'J {;
.... (\
serious last week. ..::;:.. Jt .,
1 operation --.w... ....: : : , "
Friends hope for a speedy recovery :;;;:: ::7 <\"
Df fH r m p- .' l\1\ tf
j After visiting his parents, Mr. ;:="' <$ :\ ; r!
and Mrs. J. .A, Bouvier, since : .
... :.\ ;
accompanying them home : !'
:; i
Miami, Marshall Bouvier, Sr., returned u t g9fi.

nlNGf A to his home there Sunday. ..................,
l MoM.M. 2-c and Mrs. P. D. :' ::::
Fancher Jr., were guests of Mrs.
Fancher's parents, Mr. and Mrs.

JOYOUS bRfHlnG W. W. McCrary In Jacksonville .
Sunday and Monday.Mrs. .
Francis Bridges spent sev-
eral days last week with Mrs.

\ TO All OUI CUSTOMERS L. F. Chapman.Mrs. .
Robert S. Chapman and
her mother, Mrs. Frank Smith,
of Orlando came Saturday to
visit Mr. and Mrs. L. F. Chap-
man. Mrs. Smith returned home
Monday while Mrs. Chapman re-
mained for a longer visit.
R Christmas holidays began on
Tuesday the 19th for the State .yv cud

farm children who attend Union

-_ County schools and Friday, the
22nd for those who go to schoolIn \ P This firm extends /1 ,4( I d1
Starke. ;to its friends and poN rl'
Mrs. Nelle Beavers returned to .trans its best wishes ----7 ;p
/ her home .In Tlllasee Alabama, for a Happy Christmas '
Wednesday, following an extended GREETINGS// and trusts that our ser At ,.
visit with Mr. and Mrs. W N. vices will merit the eta ,,

North. ''continuance of your m
Young Billy North was brought good will.
home from St. Luke's hospital In
Jacksonville.\ Saturday, and la With grateful acknowledgement of courtesiesand The loyalty of our }
well again to the delight f-t his your friends has been of der
friends. the evidences of your good will that have made material benefit In

Mrs. R. P. Stubbins, Sr., and the past year a pleasure to us, we wish you a Christmas bringing us a little y r au''
!tttle Miss Mary Rivers Stubbins closer to =' L; :
our goal of rr ,
returned Friday from Tallahassee of great joy and a New Year of Happiness and achievement. t Z. I

where they had spent several Prosperity.We 1
weeks with Mr.;and :Mrs.: Charles We ore glad that '

In di! of holiday, when Pulley. ourselves and this particular world in L
most cordial Williams and pledge to an even greater more which
I Misses Mildred we live, has
Joy prevail everywhere, may we bring : Roberta Whltfield. who are students efficient service than 'ever before and in keeping with friends . and ,
each of at F* S. C. W., Tallahassee, CHRISTMAS! jt
a message of Good Cheer to YOW. are spending the Christmas boll- this policy, we respectfully solicit. your continued. f1

and express a sincere wish that the days with homefolks.Mrs. friendship and! patronage. / I

coming hold the realization of your S. R. Dobson Miss Bernice -
Dobson and Mrs. Ira Dofcson
fondest hopes and ambitions. ?- and children are now living near
Starke. Mr and Mrs. Roy Roberts .
have moved Into the house ?

vacated by Mrs. Dobson and fam- .

,..... -- I iy-
I Friday night supper guests of
Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Davis were
Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Wasdln and
Mrs. J. B. Strickland and son, GEM JEWELRY CO.

BOB'S TAVERN obnnle, of Graham. Hollywood Camera & Gift Shop4Y
1 rr. and Mrs. A. C. Davis and j
children spent the past weekend qi
I In Graham with relatives and
friends. .




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Mrs. Haile HostessTo Miss Arline Mann Claire Jean Mundy r I16, In the Camp Blanding Hos- Lawtey, BOn born
I :11 SOCIETY and CLUBS. The baby has been named Mr. and birth John lZ
: : ; Circle MembersAt Engaged to WedCommander Celebrates Birthday ( John A. Jr. Mrs. Zebedee will Starke, son born Den Sill
be remembered as Miss Muriel Mr. 18.
i j .. ; Xmas Party ParksThe With Xmas Party Starke. and I\frB. .J i J '
t Woman's Club daughter( born
Miss Elise Green Jr-
Mrs. W. G. Halle, retiring presi- engagement and. approachIng Mrs. W. B. Mundy, Jr., enter- Hall.Mr. Mr and Mra .Iohn iq18;
and Mrs. A. J. Norman I
v.. Becomes Bride Plans Xmas DanceThe dent of the Woman's Society of marriage of Miss Arline tained Saturday morning for her , Starke, daughter born
.",' 1 Christian Service was hostess to Mann, daughter of Mrs. A M. daughter, Claire Jean. on her fifth Dee. ha (
f Of Sergeant Pass Jr. Woman's Club will members of the society at a lovely Mann of La Jolla Calif., to Com birthday anniversary. Her homeon

hold its annual Christmas Dance Christmas party, last Friday aft- mander Stan Parks, U. S. Navy Church street was decoratedwith
; Miss Elise Green, only daughter
: 27 In the USO
r Wednesday, Dec. ,
colors and the
at the Recreation Hall. evening Christmas
ij\ of Mr. and Mrs. Lorenzo ernoon was announced Thursday
.' ;i I" !, ;', ;r rn, 's I>. Green, was united In marriage Club Admission across from is 75c:the a post couple office.or Mrs. Halle was assisted in entertaining of last week at a delightful dinner table was centered with the cake,
+ to let Sgt. Wlllard Pass, on Sun and the public is invited. her many guests by Mrs. party given by Mrs. R. A topped with five candles.
day afternoon at four o'clock In stag W. J. Churchwell Mrs. L. D. Vin- Green at The Bamboo on' Temple. The favors were Santa Clauses
; Plans made to obtain
; .
'if are being
: ,' the Methodist church, the officiating Ing Mrs. Titus Olson, Miss Amy Avenue. filled with hard candies, and refreshments -
$j' r ; minister being the Rev. W. an orchestra from Camp Blaoijl-, Coburn, Miss Kate Struth, Mrs Miss Mann for the pd several consisted of ice cream a
for the occasion.
,\ 'r J: J. Churchwell, pastor! of the ing L>. A. Davis, Mrs.'W. R. Lott, and years served as secretary to Mr. served with the birthday cake.
: d ' church. I Mrs. E. K. Perryman Green until his resignation from The children played games and

Lovely yuletide decoration of Primary Party I Arranged effectively over the Congress several weeks ago to the hostess was assisted la serv- SUN., MON., TUES. DEC. 24 25
large room were Christmas holly, commission Lieutenant &
greenery and red berries adorned The, teachers of the Primary accept a ing by Misses Joan Carpenterand
} the chancel in the church, andthe Department the First Baptist I wreaths and bells. A silver Christ- Commander In the Navy.An Jo Ann Dlnktns. Mrs. Char-
? mas tree, adorned with blue lights, attractive bridal Godwin and pflair. .
3: soft glow of candles added Church will, entertain pupils and unusually ley Johns, Mrs. J. G, 1 u
'' ; to the beauty of the scene. mothers Friday afternoon at 3:30: was placed on a table, which was! motif arrangement of white as- Mrs. Charles Darby helped enter-
Mrs. E. K. Perryman, organist, o'clock In the church annex. All covered with a white linen cloth, ters, gladioli, rose buds and 111lesothevalJey tain the children.. D.S s s ER EILEEN"
and around the tree were placedall' accented silver -
of wedding by Sandra .
1 G played a program are urged to attend.brlde's The guest list included
the beautifully wrapped gifts. spikes, centered the hand-
,+ music while the guesta were as- Jean Darby
Lucille Johns, Virginia -
sembling; and the traditional attendant Miss Grace The program was opened by somely laid table. Places for six-
u / wedding marches were used. Mrs. Green, wore an afternoon dress singing a number of Christmas teen guests were marked by min Markalee Johns, Harold God
carols, with Mrs. Perryman as iature brides and tall, burning win of the State Farm, Lucille
i ;l J''r A. Z. Adkins sweetly sang "I of !violet and her flowers .were
+. !+ ,% Love You Truly". carnations. pianist. Mrs. Churchwell gave a tapers in silver holders cast a and Buzzy Green, Thelma and
,. E The bride was given in mar- Mrs Pass Is a popular memberof beautiful Christmas Bible story, soft glow over the scene. Walter Jennings, Linda Kay Sale, (( / Yw
riage by her father, and had asher the 1945 graduating clogs of which she effectively Illustrated I The announcement was made Joyce Fre Idler, Billy Torode,
y' rr only attendant her cousin, the Bradford County High school. with visual aid pictures by the letters "S" and "A" out- Butch Smith, Archie Green, Jim-
Mills Grace Green. Sgt. Pass Sgt. Pass is a son of Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Richardson of Evln- lined In tiny candles on the my Wiggins, Charles and John

'. "t: had as his best man, S-Sgt. H. Mra., M. Pass of Atlanta, Ga. ston, secretary of the Gainesville bride's cake. Benny Sapp. ? a'I
1 L. Bead, of Camp Blandlng. Ushers After serving two years overseas, District, was an honored guest Mrs. Green received her guests +
; were: S-Sgt.: Guy Beard and he was returned to the United and made an inspiring addressto wearing a black crepe dinner Dr. and Mrs. L. W. Koch will
S-Sgt. Eric MorrlH, of Camp States: and stationed at Camp the company. dress with touches of rhinestones, spend a few days after the holi-
d Blandlng. Blandlng. Honorable Life Membership certificates while Miss Mann chose aqua days visiting in Arcadia.

j s The attractive bride wore a The young couple will spend were presented to Mrs. trimmed in sequins.
soft blue tailored suit with match- the holidays In Atlanta with his J. W. White, who for over :50 The marriage will take placein
ing accessories, and her corsage parents, and later will be at years has been an active worker La Jolla some time in March Birth AnnouncementsJANE
was of pink carnations. The home to their friends in Starke., I in the Starke church and missionary when Commander Parks returnsto r'eph
i society. Miss I Amelia the Stateg In civilian lifea
, Ray also received an HonorableLife specialist in gynecology and o'dor pprfir
I'r Membership certificate, be- obstretlcs, his residence is in Lex- r&er"r
; 'WHERE GOOD FRIENDS MEET cause for the past 23 years she ington, Ky. He Is now In the i
I i LS has served as treasurer for the Phllllplnes and has the distinc-
work of the Woman's Society of tion of having established the ELIZABETH GUY

LARRY'SBLUE Christian Service. first hospital on Leyte. I, Mr. and Mrs. J. Fred Guy an-
Mrs Halle presented to the Those enjoying Mi's. Green's nounce the birth of a daughter,
visiting guest, Mrs. Leroy Rich- hospitality, with the honoree, Jane Elizabeth, in the Alachua
GRILL ardson, a dainty! hand-painted were: Mr. and Mrs.. L. A. Canova, County Hospital, Tuesday, December ,4 Tu1aII; k
: vane; after which Mrs. W. E. Mr. and Mrs. O. L. Beasley, Mr. 19. _
Middleton, newly elected presi- and Mrs. H. V. Knight, Mr. and
UNDKK MANAGEMENT OF LARRY LEWIS dent of the society, presented to Mrs. C. H. Nasworthy, Mrs. L. JOHN ZEBEDEE JR.
H Mrs. Halle a handsome piece of H. Jennings, Miss Carolyn Green, Lt. and Mrs. John A. Zebedee
t ' ,' ON ROAD 48 AT SiAJ DEPOT pottery, with love and appreciation Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Matthews and announce the birth of a son Dec. I Ip
for her work during the past the Rev and Mrs. L. A. Shepherd.IN .
-:;. two years. Mrs. Haile closed the the latter bordered dangerouslyon
r program with a few remarks, and MEMORIAM: libel-for instance Fred Guy's
thanked all members for their epic on Guy Sale . Course it
SPECIAL TRY help in the work. In memory of our dear mother, was all in fun . Guy guying I
LUNCHEON[ .iiA; .- MRS. LEWIS Guests were served refresh- Mary Lee, who departed this Guy, you might says . Glimpsed -
? I I t, -: Homemade ments of hot tea, open-faced sand- life two years ago, Dec. 22. She's Florence, Dr. Mac and Jean- r KEATON j? FLORENCE LAKE IRENE RYAN
+r 50c .. Banana wiches and fruit cake. Favors gone but not forgotten. We miss nette McLendon arriving In town
i Pudding> were small blue and green Christ- her daily. God has! called her from Orlando late Wed nesday

4:, ; ; up :\ s mas bells; after which the open- to that great beyond.(Signed) afternoon . Among our annual ti ____. '
rr". ing of presents took place; each Her children: Alice Rlsbee, Starke, holiday homecomers . .
I guest had ,brought a gift for Mary Donway Charley Lee, and

some one else and they In turn Jeffta Lee, Avon Park, Katie Lee Well, guess that about winds up MERRY XMAS
& : *!' BAR B'- Q/' drew a gift. Roberts, Boomtown. 2t the little black book for this time i

. So long See you at the
Fj ad., e. STEAK CHOPS Jr. Club dance .next Wednesday TO ALL

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BEER Well here we RO again . An- ing BHS' football season! just closed :$J .

other round of turkey, egg nog . Thrilled to see that A. W.
i' n and fruit cake Quick, Wat- Anderson's weekly column In the '
OPEN 0 A. M. 2. A. M. DAILY son . The seltzer powders! Telegraph is attracting state-wide :

+ BREAKFAST + LUNCIIHON +DINNER . Already Callstreeters are attention . Excerpts from a I .I
L' beginning to peek Into those recent release were picked up and Joe
tr packages, In spite of the "DON'T syndicated by the Florida News
SANDWICHES' & SHORT ORDERS OPEN" stickers, and I am prac- Service . Orchids to Charlie ,

tically green with envy over that Lou Vining and Evelyn Ritch for ,
lovely set of Haviland I china Pearl working so hard to make the teaa

f ., "' Y', ---------------- --- Sauls received from h usb a n d. success following the Xmas i iTUf J}
Jack, and dotter, Louise . Cantata at the USO-YW Sun-

Surely would hate to be drying day afternoon . Sorry to hear J} CHRISTMASGREETINGS
i1irirrfm1lnillmiIi! ;! !! dishes around there, though, and Joe Wilson has received
,,' '! : !!!!:!! .. doctor's
.. ."..:".'..' < ,!..."...".." ..:.....,. ,....,.."..".!".....
.,."".,! .,.,...'.1','I..I '...,.:,:'......,.. .., have one slip out of my hands! orders to "stay ]home" for six
a ,'! ;, !!: i!'" I11Ji ii " !:iii! ;; !:!:!ih, . The gifts will probably be weeks or'so . Call Street "Just ;J

irf 4 "" ....':..,!.iL., ..._.._..._.. .,_.............._... Ii!, It.tJ,"!" ;.;,!";,...;..:!:!.,, handsomer than ever this year, ain't" without him . .

.t: i11i =.:.:: : .. ;!ml! but few will equal that receivedby
:.:I. .....v'r.._.-. _....-..:.;.;..; ............J.ii1ili !\\.!.:.:{+3Illt Fred an' Hazel Guy this weeknot I'at an' Mary ratten leave Tal-
;11;;; : -a luffly baby dotter . And lahassee soon after the first of J
il :: ; ; ll
ili : ; m IIIliIIit! to be outdone, Fred's sis an' the year to make their home in

.!I'h'!:' '. ._.,..."..C'NM' ............__.........._,.'''... " :" '::' bro-ln-law, also Miriam announcln'an' Wallace Jax'vllle, where Pat will becomea .
1 Joplin are
arrival member
of the Milam law firm ,
.HH'I:':j": "...- ._'.".. ..",.."1--::::::: '--. ..........,',.: .mm111i:.,.,.:.:;.!. of a little girl,-Judith Ann, . Friends are receiving greet-
t' ''I 'r 4 11 ..!"...!!.,. _".;>I.., ', "11t',-" 1I ,..ty..' .jjiin .."...;!.1.',,., born Sattlday . ings from the Bob Wear fambly,

.lii'i..!.'!...,.'..':. ........' ":". a'; "!; .I!,:...,.. 11 :'.,,i..!:.; ".i'j'.,...",'.".'.,' telling of their varied activitiesJohn's
';:, i!, .. Ii, jll .,,. : i. 1:1:;: *;"ii' Peeped In at a turkey dinnerIn . married
'';."..:.!.:/,.,. :'"..':' I s:' . .,''' '1'I': .!.iI,:. .,:.;:.;,.,'' the Barefoot residence now and has J} .
progress at .
i an 8-mo-old
" / dotter He's still
': "
:IW'n r'. ,;.. .i;, :.:!.iH".! ..... ''ili::!ii1iHif tother night in honor of
In the Pacific . .
"..,.:...'..". '' ,'..,...., "1 ::'" ,.;:. ,,.:..,,..'.:1. (Jr.) is :
, Inez Green's . "
birthday Ar- In
Italy and Kay's in Cleveland

.;//11111/1/ iiliI11ijjlll! ''j,111111111.I rived jus' in time to see her opena broadcasting! . Mr. and Mrs. W. tiJ -f'll. .. j'
lovely gift from husband Lloyda are at the Y in Indianapolis . .
:*!:': "! ,!:':::" : "':" ':" :" :;,:::1:1im beautiful ,
I H Irll jh! d! ,iiil! :.." ,;: ji'im' 1, m mHIIi'ili -diamond clasp pearl! . necklace Hear Mignon with Glad from to her hear brief Luclle Davis at St.Is back Vincent's ;
; !!' : iI! ''i"I'!!" !!:i.liZ;; !!' :4.1:! i'i'iii"i' ';! (Sisson) LaMorte arrives In Jax -
;" ';' :';';:" 11" ::!;;rf"1' .: ,,:, I,: ;:,i"" . Add holiday atmos- 2
::;:;::1 !' ;; i' ':;:' !'! i: ':': .:;:. I:1:1; :: Sunday morning via plane for a phere: The beautiful Xmas cactus .
ti ;! : Iii! stay with the'home folks, Larkin Mrs. Bill Clute has! loaned to

k ,llillr,:ij!. i1!..,.."....!.,.:!!jiii1m.:. .:.".!..!..'!.:.....";.."..,.1.jIIIIIijilllIIII::.I:s....".;.!.,....;...,..,.j'!..!, .:..',....'..,,...'..;.........!'I.'.;.. .. I '.' an' know Bob Weeks that Mignon. Certainly!Is out goodto of The brighten extraordlnarly the M. EL lovely Church Xmas. . I '

.;..j'.!..;.""i...,.',:) 'liI';.!"'.: \ ;:..;!.,.,:!.;.;.,.'.;.ii,1.,,.;.:..t.:,,!..,.I. .,"; the hospital. She "broke" the card sent from Florence, Italy to J .
'z: iH >Jii; \ ''mH1li'' 'I'ji! trip down from New York by Amelia I"
.. .,...... .. .. and Olive Ray from ':.
'., stopping off for a visit with (\
"\: ', Comer Long . ,
'I friends la Raleigh, N. C.-site of ,1.: .
her former dance studio'. . Add Hear Frank .n* Mary Robinson . ...
amusing Xmas cards:' the hand- paid Starke a flying visit last il .,
THE OWNER AND EMPLOYEES OF painted number received Lll
THE by week, stopping overnight with the '
vt\1! WONDER 'GIFT SHOP'WISH YOU, A Sternberg from Doug . L. F. Smiths . Seems they ; '''r : IN HONOR OF THE GREAT C. O.

were o t their way from N. C., to ..
Hear Bunny Thornton. (State visit relatives In So. Fla. . OF '
i Farm) surprised friends (especi He (as you probably .know) was BE
file Iiri6 aUy"those who were expecting to formerly pastor of f
4 \ na3' the M. E.
be bridesmaids) by an' mar- ...
; up church here and has been more : \ ON CHRISTMAS DAY MONDAY;
i i rying Emory Townsend so suddenly recently serving as an Army _
AND.. -Tuesday Thrilled to see
chaplain in Europe . Quite a .
Al Kay Carlisle back in these "
commotion at school Wednesday DECEMBER 25P. .
parts from overseas . Hear
when a pipe "busted" '
and there
-.lJappy l ew Year he has altar plans for the holidays I'was no heat in the two smaller d . '
. Spotted "Boots" Green buildings . some kiddies were '
-, busy as a bee tother day, mak- sent home and the bus children ,

WITH THE SINCERE HOPE THAT THE COMING ing Christmas wreaths . The adjourned to the auditorium .

It YEAR WILL BRING US FINAL VICTORY lovely favorite one M.I D.glimpsed-Dr. Middleton.was for her. quiet where by teachers singing tried Christmas to keep carols'em vr S. Stores $ P. S. Stores

i 'i i AND AN ENDURING PEACE Add swellegant Yuletide ideas: . .
r r, Instead of gifts to their usual
list Junius and Virginia Smith Christmas BLANDING ;:
as rrrrrrGIFT- trees and gift exchanges CENTER AUGUSTINE
are sending cards with defense
now the order of the
: stamps attached . day . The court house "gang"will d STARKE f FLORIDA

WONDER SH.OP have their party in the .
Hear several collltcbcw are already School Board office this afternoon ,; ,
bidding for the services of , Rotarians
f 4 I MRS. BESSIE DAVIS, PROP. 1. J. Turner, demon Tornado rifts and poetry Wednesday exchanged. ( >> '
back who's responsible for 138points Hear tell the gifts were better .

scored In the record-re than the poetry . .' Some of aKtm+aana aw+o OI'.f t i .

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I Mr. and Mrs. James" Holllnga- Mrs. R. H. Cox and daughters WMU ilalnos Mrs. R H. Cox, Mrs. 1 W N. Johnson Mrs D. L. 811- J: .
I LOCAL Baptist Mrs Mrs. W. L. Wall Mrs. A. E. I 1\\\\"
felTS of NEWSMay I worth are expected this weekend : Cynthia and Frlscllla, have arrived Mabel String-fellow, Annie cox ,

'I from Cordele Ga., where they I here" from Texas and are Organizes Circles lichard. Mrs T. B. Harding, Mrs Wall, Mrs A. A. Burden, Mr; t ,,;
their home with Mrs. W. H:. Perkins Mrs Julia Bryant Nunnerly" Mrs. Frank Hemingway :
have been visiting; since his recent -i making For YearThe ", '
Dickens left this Dr. and Mrs. H. H Adams and graduation from Mortician Cox parents, Mr. and Mrs. D. Coming Mrs. F. F. Flume, Mrs. Ed Mrs Ella Johns Mrs. Mae 'I t'.' 1-

her sisters In San- small son will spend Christmas College in Nashville Tenn." They I L. Silcox. Major Ralph Cox, Woman's Missionary Union Thomas and Mrs Clyde Priest. Edwards, Mrs Ed Tenley Mrs. \ ',
tD visit Circle No.2. Mrs.V.. B. Alexander J. A. Tucker, Mra M. M. Morgan /
with Dr. stationed at Camp
Day Adams' will
summer visit Mr.
spending the mother Holhngsworth's parents formerly of M the First Baptist Church met I !
sr Mrs. G. E. Adams been sent overseas. Mrs. Ii. L. Lawson Mrs Mrs. L. A. Rennnlda! Mrs. W. M.
friends in Jackson- Mr. and Mrs. P. C. HolUngs- Hood has Tuesday afternoon with 13 members -
ltb Mrs New- Edwards and Mrs. J. P. Illggtn- '
Le Page ville. Van H. Carden, Ray ,
Mra. Julian worth. We have a beautiful selection present" Circle One presented
and Wednesday to Maryland Shop now for the best .election Miss Arline Mann left" Satur- of Xmas. gifts Costume Jewelry, an interesting" program on rome, Mrs W. G. Proctor Mrs. botham.
M. Bare Circle No.4, Mrs. L. A. Ca-
Alvarez, Mrs. P. j
Jrt Meade, where Lt. Le of Xmaa Gifts at Leila's.. day for Pensacola and La Jolla, night gown and robe sets, gowns, "Missions and Peace". Those Ralph I
foot MI'II.1o Lawson. Mrs Paul nova, Mrs. Charles Torres :Mrs. ',d,
Calif. where she will visit herbrotherInlaw 1\\
tranaferred.OMES handkerchiefs and carte. Shopat the were
2-c Petty Officer taking parts on program
has been C. J.
Carter Raymond, Mrs. W. J. Eppemon, R. A. Green Mrs. W. B. Mundy, (
USOG, returned this week to his and sister, Col. Leila's. Mrs. W. R. Morse, Mrs. L. D. 1 ','1I. <
L. H. Jennings
Mrs .G, A. Anderson Mrs Bur Mrs Guy Sale Mrs. ,
base In Curtis and Mrs Peter P. Schrlder. and Griffis of Fort Ilalnes. and Mrs. S. E. Sparks I I. (
Bay, Md., after : Pvt. Sam ton Rosier Mrs. A. O. Andrew. Mrs.' Ethel Biggs, Miss -\.l\ )
her mother, Mrs. A. M. Mann. weekend Mrs. H. L. Hough, president, presided I' ,
pending a 10 day leave here Bragg N. C., spent! the Mrs. A. J. Thomas Mrs J B. Catherine Beard. Mrs. Susie : "
While in Starke. Miss Mann has session. ss
with his wife. : here with relatives. over the business Sapp. Mrs J. M. Brownlee. Mrs I Moore, Mrs. James Lewis, Mrs.' t i//
been the guest of Mrs Lex Green. 20 gifts for ,
Mrs. P. M. Barefoot, The Society gave
I 'Jack' Haile will arrive Satur-' Mr. and E. W. Hayes Mrs G H. Ben Thelma Dinklna, Mrs S. L. Peek. :
day from Miami where he Is Dr. and Mrs. W. E. Middleton Miss Sara Barefoot and Sgt. Leo the soldiers in Camp Blanding nett, Mra Florence Moore, and Mrs. C. A. Knight, Mrs. Hazel'I '

I employed by Eastern Air Lines, I will have as Christmas Day guestsMr. Ashborne spent Sunday after- Hospital. The treasurer's reportfor Mrs. Paul Canova. Simmons. Mrs. Hal Alexander, <

to spend the holidays with his and Mrs. BS.'D. Middleton and noon in Baldwin with Mr. and the year" showed $865 givento Circle No. 3, Mra. S. E. Spark Leslie Biggs, Mrs. Freeman ,

parents Mr. and Mrs. W. G. daughter, Miss Marjorie Sue Mrs. Simeon D. Phillips. the Denominational Cooperative Mrs. H. L. Brownlee" Mrs. R. A. Register, Jr., Mrs Freeman" Register .1"f.7.1"f.7Mrs.
Mrs. Mae Jones, Mrs. other
Mlddleton to
Halle. Mrs. Shellle Hall. Miss Sharon Program and $335 Thomas, Mrs R. L. Kemp Mra. S..? Mrs. Floyd Green MNs' :
W. D. Jones and B. Dowling, allot
A budget of $503 was '
Hall Mrs. Carolyn Kenny objects.
AT and Mrs Sherrtll! Mra.
FIRST Mrs. Eva Haroutunian Bradford Madge Futch Mrs Marvin Flaxen Grace Phelps, :
Jacksonville.We .
were shopping in Jacksonville, adopted for the coming year. Mrs. Blanchard Law, MI''s. Earl Searing, Mrs. One Wiggins!! ( ..
County public health" field" have beautiful election
a Friday. The installation service for 19- I I I .......,........... :,"I:
> ....
PE BAKERY nurse, will spend the Chlratmas of glftx. Mrs A. F. Sauls and Miss 45 officers" chairmen and counselors 1-- K( ,;'
holidays with friends In Jackson night gown and robe sets. gowns, Louise Snyder were" visitors to will take place Sunday evening N

ville. handkrrrhU-N. and _fs. Shop Jacksonville last Tuesday. Dec. 31, with Rev L. D.

ut 1..el1a'lI. Friends! of S. R Johns, Sr., Haines performing the ceremony.The .
- - - -
Lt. Commander R. A. Green will regret to learn that he la In ''I following officers have been : ,
will arrive today from Norfolk for med- s
1 DEALINGSof a Jacksonville hospital elected" to serve" for the coming C
Va.. for a week's leave with his ical treatment." year:

family. :Milton St. Peter" II. L. Hough;
of quiet and honorable conduct are Mr. and Mrs. J President, Mrs.

the unswerving creed of an old estab- Lt. and Mrs. Hugh; B. Ingram and children have returned to let Vice Pres, Mrs. II. L. Brown-

lished and modern of arrived yesterday from Chicagofor Starke to reside after a stay lee; 2nd Vice Pres., Mrs. W O. 11
system economical
a visit with Mrs. Carrie B. of several months In Daytona Proctor; 3rd Vice Prcs., Mis. i

serving. Ingram. Lt. Ingram has Just Beach They are occupying one Ralph Alvarez; Secretary, Mrs.T. B91 ,

received his commission from the of the Thomas bungalows on B. Harding; Treasurer, Mrs. ,

... 7t, Army Engineer's School at Fort Washington St. O. \V. Alderman; Stewardship, : ';\

Belvoir Va. He will leave Sat- DON'T FORGET: We box and Mrs. Arch Thomas; Community .,,[

urday for his new station at glfta. No extra clutrge. Missions Mrs. Chas Torres; r: <>> 1

DEWITT C. JONES Camp Claiborne, La., while his -Lt wrap>lla'your. Dram' Shop. Mission Study Mrs R A. Thomas AMONG THE JOOD; THINGS t :

wife will remain in Starke fora Publicity, Mrs. L. H. Jennings :-
; :
longer visit. ; Margaret Fund Mrs. Ray ,-li
... M. B. Jones were visitors to Jacksonville "
Miss Mary Alice Yarborough, Thursday. Newsome; Training School Mrs YEAR OUR MOST VALUED .e'l
Funeral Director of Montreal College. Montreal. N. and daughter, Carrie Innrom Literature.. Mrs '
Phone 7 C -r'i; ;d-Wednesday;:; ; to spend Miss R. R.Lucille Crosby Crosby were In Paul Raymond:; White Cross Mrs: ONB IS THE THE FRIENDSiIII'a'

the holidays with her grandmother Jacksonville Wednesday afternoon., P. M. Barefoot; Children's Horn r
Mrs. Ralph Alvarez; Flowers: ,
STARKE, FLORID Mrs. R. S. Fernandez. Herbert Green stationed with
Major H. C. Wall of St. Augustine the Marine Corps at Cherry Mrs. C. A. Knight: Social, Mn WE SERVE.

.. I vislsted Mr. and Mrs. W. Point, N. C., will arrive here R. A. Glenn. 4' Sr
and Circle Leaders" : No. 1, Mrs. L.
L. Wall this week and he this weekend for a holiday visit
Mrs. Wall and their son. Bill with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. O. Powell with Mrs.
will also upend the holidays here. Adam T. Green. as co-leader: No.2, Mr*. EXPRESS i i s
W. B. Alexander with Mrs. H. L.
j NAT SEZ: FOR LI-Dt'autir..1: blooming Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Lewis .
potted Christmas plants.-Mr*.. N. were shopping In Jacksonville on Lawson as co-leader; No. 3, Mrf OUR API'nECIATIONND TO
Well, thl. It* a fine h \\'- le-do. I). \\AIN\VIU01IT. FLORIST, SOS Friday. S. E. Sparks with Mrs. H. L.

Just as we "home frenter were nark St., Starke. Mrs. Karma Daukszls and Mrs. Brownlee as co-leader( ; No. 4, Mrs v, WISH YOU ALL THE JOYS OF ;
all set to et'lebrateE Day and have returnedto L. A. Canova with Mm Charle
Mrs. Jas. L. Harris and daughter Frances Opperman
Christmas Eve at the same. time St. Petersburg after a short Torres as co-leader. TilE YULETIDE SEASON.
Anne Carolyn of Miami are Counselors Jr. G. A., Mn
those nefarloiitt Nazis turn around :
& ff with visit! here with relatives
here to upend the holidays #
Newsome Int. G. A., Mn
and start going the Jesse' ;
wrong way.
/f her parents. Mr. and Mrs. F. C. !.rs. Brainard Harvey Van H. Carden and Mrs L. EHalnes .
Guess they hadn't been' reading daughter, Elizabeth Ann were
and didn't know theywern Kollingaworth. ; YWA Mrs. R. A. Green:
papers who for the vl-ltors to Gainesville Thursdayof
Sherman Connolly,
licked! This thing H real- Ji. R. A.. Mrs. Clyde Priest :
last week.
serious, folks. If past several months has Int. R. A., Van H. Garden; Sunbeams -
ly getting youhaten't associated with William Clark In Shop now for best selection of Mrs. \V. It. Moue and
bought that bond because the watch repair business Is leaving Xmat K'fti' at Lell,''... Mia.' H. L. Lawson.
tile was over,
thought war
you down to earth Saturday for duty with the Mia. I. P. Shepherd was in The membership of the fluclet,;
jou'd better come
United Slates Coast Guard. Mr. Chattahooche last week for a has been divided as follows:
and do! a "double time MARCH"o
Connolly's father and a brotherare short visit with her son Jack Circle No 1. Mrs. L. G. Powell -
the bank
to or po..torrl'f"
serving In the navy; his Shepherd who Is In the State Mrs. G. W. Alderman, Mrr

today. father has been in service for Hospital there. L. G. Hemingway Mrs. Geitl--

the past 18 years. Mrs. S. P. Vandlvlere spent Ingram, Mrs. E. Lennon Mrs.

. '" > ,. :,' .tiJ_ DON'T FORGET: We box and the weekend in Tallahassee with W. R. Mors; Mrs. II. J. New I'k,
,.. .f '.> f'ir \ wrap your gifta. No extra charge her sister Mrs. George C. White. Mrs. 'Jesse Newsome, Mia'! '
1 ....., .......'... _".*' some, DRUG STORE
,.' ''',. t ;> t\4'\' ' : ... ::11: ': ,\ ,. ,'1' ,> ,,'. Leila's D.Shop.. Frank Lane Jo*' San Franciscoand Etta Tison, Mrs. A. J. Grlffts, .
Mr. and :'Mis. R. L. McDowelland his uncle Charley Darby of Mrs T. B. ,Harding. ,Mrs. L. D
son. S 2-c and Mrs. J. L. Palatka, were here recently visiting ,

L OUR CHRISTMAS; WISH V:F McDowell and family of JacksOn- I at home of Mr. and Mrs. Miss Nina Bishop arrived home COURT & CALL ST. STARKE, FLORIDA

ville will spend Christmas day Morgan and Mr. and Mrs. Chas from Weslayan College Macon,

with Mr. and Mrs. John Uglow I Darby. Ga., Monday to spend the holidays -
.' .' ". <; '
;" U( < << rl''
t and Mrs. C. F. Ward. S 2-c Mc- with her parents, Mr.\ and -
( ,
", 'fI" 1'f.;>' Just arrived: Lady Love 8-
.,.;.;:.1: --I'' tt >i. .. ,). .',,<. Dowell Is on a 30-day leave after gored! Blip, $U5 and 93.98. at Mrs. H. A. Bishop. <
> > '<.. ', spending two years in the l Leila' Mrs William Powell Mra. H
'< '" : .. ''a''I> .. Pacific with the Seabees. A, Bishop and Miss Nina Bishop
lo<- ,Yflt.. r/-: ;{ 'fr'.f.. ,:J,, Miss Gloria But 0 r d of St. Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Canova and were shopping in Jacksonville r

':'.f"'lr''<'>,'>'i'>if''...j<;" ,\ ... t < -'( Luke's Hospital Christmas Jacksonville with her is Mrs. 15.Monday E. Canova afternoon.were In Gainesville Thursday lii}] ) ) J
here to spend S 2-c Bill Powell is expected JjJirr}
parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Bu Mr. and Mrs. G. E. Miller home this week to spend the bS\\ : : )

ford. and son. Jack, o( Santa Barbara holidays with his wife at' the
;Y i1
JUST RECEIVED: Beautiful Calif., are expected to reach here home of her parents Mr. and

ft w, QUILTED ROBES, 912.50, at the last of the week for a visit Mrs. H. A. Bishop.

V f't LEILA'S. with Mrs.\ Miller's parents, Mr. Mrs. Myrttce Carpenter will

,. \ ,',. According to word received by and Mrs. I. P. Shepherd. leave tomorrow to spend the holidays -

: friends! here Reid McMaster Friends here regret to know at Ft. Bennlng, Ga., with

grandson of Mrs. G. C. Living- that Mr.. R. J. Davis Is 111 In her brother-in-law and sister, Lt. 4f71

mI i I ston of Tampa, was killed In action St. Vincent's Hospital. Jackson. Col. and Mrs. T. T. Long.

flLi V ,. on Thanksgiving Day. Mrs. ville. Mrs W. H. Hart Is leaving }

':' Livingston a former resident of Cpl. Warren J., Dobbs of Ft. today to spend the holidays with

Starke has many old friends Benning, Ga., I U spending the her husband at Ft. Meade, Md. r
here who will sympathize with Christmas holidays with Pvt. and Mrs. R. E. Theis and daughter '

prfi'lilt her in her loss. Mrs. Alton Dobbs. Shirley of Jacksonville were 1 I I Ir

tLj' ; : Miss Clarice Thomas, a student 1st Class Petty Officer Mitchell week-end guests of Mr. and Mrs

,... it FSCW In Tallahassee, Is spending Ergas USN Is visiting trl..ndtthere K.; a. Duncan.
r < ,,"': the holidays here with her and his family in Jackson

f. ;" parents Mr. and Mrs. A, J. ville. He has a 30 day leave and NOTICE
Thomas. I la not stationed for the present -

Pfc. Inman Green, U. S. Ma- Mack Futch, University of Fla. Slatrunk Feed & Seed Co. wll
f f'j" ,,:' rine Corps Camp LeJuene, New 'Gainesville, arrived Wednesday to be t closed Dec. 27th and 28th
:k the with his taking Inventory. Our customers !
\+ River. N. C., will arrive this spend holidays par-
l'. : ; weekend to spend the holidays I rote Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Futch. are requested to get a nup- '' ,
/ .. of feed and other necessities
It t* a big erdcr, w. knew, but we ete. *<'qf$,' with his parents. Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. G. L. Patten and son ply
f 'v U. D. Green. ;eorge, of Tallahassee, arrived Cueaday Dec. 28th.
sincere the knowledge that out friends- :''::" Tuesday to visit Mrs. Patten's .# ,,
I- ," e''' <' K. E. Canova.
# mother, Mrs.
deserve oil I tkr... ;
*" "f',
Comer Perryman Fleet Sound
vvtIta a .{,
It Is good to think bock! event!! : School Key West, Is expected: .

el the pert year, and j \pick out fheMthing . ,_, CHRISTMAS home tomorrow to spend the holidays A hIt
" with his parents, Judge and jcupua'
; sA..eM.' ,
whichertTTbrlshV, " end ? Mrs. E. K. Perryman.

""- TA.Meb4oatlossownhadswfhidarkL ( JUST RECEIVED: Beautiful is that time of the year when we like to
., ;
{ ., 6TinGS
,,,. . GR at
1 ::rw. 's QUILTED ROBES, 912.60, "
'" apoK eruct ahaptlh, tho! -tot"' ....1Mryettlsdiil .,. ". ;. '. LEILA'S. 1/uletide stop a few minutes to wish our friends all the
'i;, ,..}tl.V'._.>_'JoJ" I'mo'Y..e' 'th., ....,.,.,..... ,.,,"..' AND K,.. P. O. Carpenter of New- good things of the Season.It .

>..;t\w.;' .t,4'J'. '' .. .t.P""c
,' t.... : .....rH.i.. ....t." .1'-' ,...... ''to with her mother, Mrs. Laura I. WITH
1,1'.h: / .. F)ftt. wr d..m "t' WISHESFORA or"F
of this
Powell.V. member
; BEST is the wish of every
., #. "dS'j"-'f": ;P, '-",,". '.;> ':<>1'.:. : ta of Jacksonville BEST WISHESFOR ;
# L. Starling
s.- Gw ,: '
7. \: ....y.,., .... t,! ..,::"./(,: ",- ..... 'I' was visiting relatives here last ganization that after this Christmas you. will say
""' ,fj
Wa' : !
.: f. ... ?f. ,L, ." Mrs. A. W. Anderson was calledto this is by far the happiest you have ever spent. j
.. ."'.... P''''''' ; ... CHRISTMASAND I
iIf.o.12 .' 'l1.'. .r :- '" ," : : mother-in-law Mrs. Emma ?
"I'-rl..a' ,
.'. .
j .. ;. <; .
." THE
'.,:.... : \ : .;' ,:,.. '' .. j; Anderson, who U seriously ill.

? ii", .v',. J... ; .....4"'r. '!" ; .. OF She returned Sunday. Mrs. Anderson' NEW YEAR

., '<;:' l\t ':'I'I""r.U' ;.:J'i-. ,. ",, '; :. daughter Mrs. E. M.

>t.. ;.oof,,:. > ; ,;, !t. st..,.. ;, .. . Q5c. HA'PInESSANGELO'S Davis. U there with her motherat
dt- 4\>"
... t!lJ T'tr.1.J< !Ik )!, .fJp.. .< C" :,:" ( the present. 677r7ine
.ot: ; -I' \ f..
't 1f >J'''' Miss Irene Lewis was hopping
....' "J-t; : ; ':I."t'. :: "
.. <.
'i ,"' 4 "' :- In Gainesville, Monday. .
J h. . .;i C. p Cpl. and Mrs. Harold Fuller returned -

., i.t.. : ''. '' ..d., ."-. this week from a visit i
,: .
with relatives In Tennessee.W.
"i. '
:. 'I:" )- ,49
1!) 'y .;, J. Overstreet was In Gainesville -
---- on business Tuesday. 2'n

Mr. and Mra. K. G. Duncan

have as house guest for the

Sternberg'sAN Christmas holidays, Mr. Duncan's BARKSDALE'SSTORE i '

GRILL mother, Mrs. Rosa Duncan of

BUy EXTRA WAR BOND! '" Lake Rosa Miami.Butler Adams and and Ensign baby and Lynn Mrs.of 4 jir.y jir--.




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":j. j ;..;i '\\V. PAGE SIX 1)F.CE111egE Z!. ,.

v" e ': of Leesville, La., are guests of I Impromptu Auction' Staged ---.....
but the effect is the same.) a.1a.ucUon
withholding system more precise.So
I.r t lI' :;? ,I,).\ You May Pay More or You May Pay Less far it has been baaed on a . their parents Mr. and Mrs. A. A. the auctioneer WIth bllllaeJ
of friends and
A gathered at
: f! : "': ', ; i 5 But Now's The Time To Study Tax Changes within$10 bracket that bracket formula.-according-All persona' will EMPLOYERS have under tho have new had rates---ar Gay.Mrs.. Lauree Hall, of Dosher, the home group of Mr. and Mrs. Louis. as The the groUp articles to be War IUCtio S,

;f.1: i J( '1 ,', GET SET for a change In your ax at prf'ftfmt. I the number of their dependents- two ways of figuring withholding Ga., spent Friday and Saturdayhere Shafkin on East Call St., last. selvell to buy present Pledged t It
5,"':''I i V i 1" paycheck after Jan. 1. On that S. There's a change In the had the same amount of t.x taxes. They can use governmenttables visiting friends and relatives. Thursday evening to celebrate the' bonds, within $8,000 YIor\b\
'L,:'1 jtw x date three things happen: I IiU amount of exemptions you can withheld from them. For example: or figure out the withholdIngs Mrs LJnnle Sealey had as : return of Mr. Shafkin from the a few IIIlnut"
{ 1. New withholding tax rate i claim. Smith and Jones were married by percentage methods.It guests Sunday, her two sons, Gordon To prove how com- OFFICE -

:',itS! I e on wages and salaries pinto So-there will :be higher withholdings each had one dependent, is expected that most win of Citra, and Maurice of the plete had been his recovery he Bradford County Sl'PPLIEs-Tpl ",

., '( effect. from some paychecks, and both were In the some 910 use the tables under the new system Maritime Service, St. Petersburg. ....._._..__ 1 "-- ....._. _._._n_-.__- b.
2. The government starts collecting 11 shopping in
bracket Those rece n y
lower from others. : because it is easier.
, ;.1' iicc : through withholding The change in the rates, ordered They earned $30 or more but But remember: Another fac- Gainesville were Mrs. Florrie Belle WE CAN USE MORE PULPWppp
full Income tax earning
on .. Brown, Mrs. C. C. May, Mrs. '
{ f ,,4l op to $5,000 Instead of f2,700 by congress, will make the less vthan $40. tor making a change In the amount Freeman Hall and children, Mrs. WRITE TIMBER DEPARTMENT\
Smith made $30 week.
L, Ih\'I1
this difference In their a person can claim. Thto waspointed B. Wiggins and Mrs. George Wil- FERNANDINA, FLA.
salaries, the amount 0 f tax out at the start of thin liams.
; SERVICES withheld from each waa 91. story. ..
(This Inequality, of course, was Formerly, exempt Ion. were ::::1
evened :out. In.thefinal\ adjust- ,
$00 if were'! single $1.200 fora
{ EVERY ,SUNDAY NIGHT ments when the men. .. Bled their married couple, plus $350 for
annual tax returns ) each dependent.Now '' 00
BUT TIlE NEW system figures ll. d o o
the exemptions are a flat ,
the tax on a dolar-by-dollar basis.
SUNDAY SCHOOL 3 P. M. For example, taking: the same $500 for each person. Some will!
two men: benefit from this> some will lose. mmmmmmm I

After Jan. 1 the tax withheld For example:
from Smith will be SO cents but A married couple which formerly .
Everyone Invited To Come And Feel
from Jones it will be 210. could claim $1,200 exemption,
: You Are A Part Of Us. Thin new system--fut note>>lIN now gets only 1000.
on a dollar-by-doilar bawls op A married couple with one child
9 to $00 a wwk. Thin Is really -which formerly could claim $1. ) {'lltJ-lJ f,1I1j
a $1 bracket system Instead of 200 as a married couple and $350 l1tl.lJ
a $10 bracket. for a dependent, or a total exemption
From $60 to $100 the tax In. $1.65G-now gets only;
1 Gospel Mission floured within a 92 bracket; 1500.
from $100 to $150 It'M a 93 it
But a married couple with two tie 1Ili411'1
Assembly of God a bracket 910 bracket.To : from.9150 to 9300 it's children-formerly the total ex- o

emption was $1,000-now gets
this whole expla
( simplify
i JUST WEST OF B GATE, CAMP BLANDING nation, the examples used were $2,000. . 'e4
those of people getting paid on a
y'' J. A. BROOKS, MINISTER weekly basis. The brackets are AND THERE ARE other exemption -
slightly wider for people getting changes. Until now you
paid every two weeks or monthly could not claim exemption for any .
dependent over 18 unless he or

I ii TIP TOP SUPER MARKET she Incapable Now was you"of physically self-support.can claim or exemption mentally I: Give Furniture The Lasting Gift

for a dependent over 18-that Is I
t a big help to parents with children -
t v,, 0' PURE at college-provided the dependent WE STILL HAVE TOYS AND GIFT

'' \ a 9c EXTRACTS Is closely related to you
.,\ by blood, marriage or legal ad-

And in this case the over-U ..
dependent has to be just that:: .
ry 1 i A K iQts. Merely dependent. He or s h e
doesn't have to be physically or
mentally helpless. IT'S A FACT YOU CAN, DO BETTER AT

FLIES VANILLA New Deeds Filed John H. Denmark Furniture Co.

MOSQUITOES Large Size _____27c Harland A. and Iverna Chad- PHONE 151 STARKE, FL.>.

j ?b Pts. 2 iL BED BUGS? ip VANILLA bourne Charles Charles W. and and Cybelle Ursula. WE BUY GOOD USED FURNITURElet's

R @ t Medium Size _... _12c Woodbrldge to Joseph M. Sis-trunk

LEMON and Verdle S. Futch. D. P. and
{ u Cecil Mackenzie to H. T. Parker
Large Size ___25c
Poultry Seasoning __9c Garlic Salt .______lOc LEMON of Jacksonville. A. L. and Maude
B. Kahr, and Christine and Ber-
!;' ; Paprika __________lOc Onion Salt __ ___lOc Medium Size ___12e nice Johnson to L. H. Whipple.

't Chili Powder ______9c Onion Flakes ,_____lOc T. J. and Clara ,Alderman to L. I//I'/ /

Ground Mustard ___9c Pumpkin Pie Spice: __8c ALSO" COMPLETE H. Hill. Rotary Club of Starkeby '
it's Trustees, to Cleone M.
Celery Salt _______lOc Parsley Flakes ____lOc ,ASSORTMENT Dowling. N. D.;.Burney and Gladys "
?r a ; i -' FANCY FLAVORSiluistmas Burney to W, H. Smith. E. W.

: .f.f'ry and Ruby Hayes to Richard San-
J der. J. F. and Ethel Ellerbee to get.o
4 Lloyd Dyal. Clara and C. A.

Knight to Maybelle E. Roberta.E. .
mOrtthttr M. and Minnie Hazen to Hat-
a ; s make ; tie Melvin. C. J- and Annis Q'ulna '
to Vasco and Violet Underbill. "
i .
,-- Mae B. and Ollie Speed to F, M.
r- : O. Thomas to
Walrath. Mary
5k''I R. L. Reddish. to earl +

'. With'. . ' Time Soon /

: ; : I'.e\ \\\'-\\'_'"fa S. \ To Homestead Apply ,For ExemptionCounty Ie

.. Tax Assessor E. W.
Hayes Is r e m lading taxpayers .-
that the annual applications for "
Homestead E x e m ption must be

Filed by home owners between ,
January and April 1. . "
In order to receive exemption r
from taxation up to the valuation ..
I of $5,000 on your Homestead, you ", ., ,
t are required by law to file application ,
"r "
'k a ..
4 I7tt i '. with"'your tax assessor "
each year," Mr. Hayes atated. ."
a : .,
(t ;j l Personal property reports must
also be turned in during the same
period the tax assessor says.Hampton.
. . . . . ; 1 rIt

ir ?: s ,t. THE HOLIDAY 'DRINK' ><

; l By Mrs. W.' C. Sweeney
; C OF FRIENDSHIP . . . . . . W

a : pq 4a 'fl:., S Wilbur A. Scott of Starke has " .'" ,
l A been> invited to preach at the ., ... ,. I .ft
First Baptist Church on Sunday, t
4 ;pt JAX is the perfect Yuletide beverage, (for friendly Dec., 24. The topic for the mornIng : 'k' , t... ,<,>:
service will be "The Good ,

iit : g hospitality and gracious family companionship Jews." ... w, know that buylag war bond j it
In the evening-he has selected nd ***
. $& ,Is Important-' itf"
"The' Best Gift" as his subject

,"I. Have plenty of JAX on hand for the holiday season.- Both message are in keeping wring. .. foe ouraelv

will with the Christmas theme nd all SIT DOWN TO WITH M<1 $ &*
Your guests appreciate its deliciously dry refreshing extended cordial Invitation "
are a knowing aO HIM* thta3 I* i l'< "

;J 1t / flavorits superb golden color and pleasant aroma. to Frederick attend. Watterson U. S.Coast .st.p ol aQ this rnous a thing ***aw

Guard, arrived home, on crifieo.'Y. put aa4 buy thow War bo.ds. estr"
Wednesday night to spend a well- bonds la addition to lk "M "
JAX is the product of fine materials brewed by .
w1 s"
earned leave with his parents, Mr. CPI ALL ald BonnaDy buy .
and Mrs. M. Watterson.; Head ()bonds to goiag to h !lp a fet**! *

skilled master brewers who have"spent a lifetime learning been on, ass doty., for the past No. 1 m mr nt io ot TIE IDT
yc'k: several months'and this U his fiud oa oat buying b 'd
c-_ ' ; :; the art of making perfect beer. so good thatwe .a,.. lint Misses visit Yvonne home In and nearly Blots a year.GayalOLL81UCaJ. -,0... VMdk p..A with Bnlia waving Uf. fergot Oagi UM and Solarise a:

tb.l ooi Mcriflo *ny pitch la and IVY Ja of
proudly say: "Say JAXI I You can't buy t otbiog to 10101 . and b
.. ... ,
bit heals '
BUM s* X..p oa!
...... .
better beer mjtter what.. pay.f1 STROUT .a rant
no you
...tMt .d.**tl._ *f <...-
d >. .. t try ......rt.T> has .... ....
ae UMM ..!_ .f
Aeeee*.. B._ from. all er w.rl*. rr.* ...m Htlt.'H WLOAIDA P01pt16 coup

r if a Represented fens

JAX BREWING COMPANY Jacksonville, Fla. F. C. HOLL1NGSWORTH Locally. by JNr***fMe.rMfNW*..a1elINJ/IIUI/.AN/. !!!' 'f NyrleM

118 8. Walnut Bi.


FR 19t4 '
.o. DF BRADFORD COUNTY TKLKGRAPII. STARKE. FLORIDA P4._ ..u.... .C"'UW01U'...-"..,.".. 'd,

Policy] of Notifying Next of Kin rives from the overseas theatre --- ,

Cneed Up Information on Casualties no further word will be availableat R
i ..:.y-- the War" Department

war Department has adopt- lain of the organization to which To Speed Information 4Jf or unto us a Cfjtlb{ i fe Mora .r
policy In notifying. the the soldier was attached. This "Prior to this new procedure ,
>?kin (or emergency ad- letter will be sent within a short the only Information In..-the 'VViar.
r "
*. of Army casualties while after the casualty occurs, Department was obtained through: 'Into us a &on f to gtoett. J Y r
Whereby Stalled Infor- and will be specific in detail relative -' the Initial casualty report sent by ;
may be received In .the to the circumstances of death code Indicating that the soldier : .at.4 ,:. MAYJpYT \:
Major Oen- funeral
t possIble time. arrangements and overseas had been listed as a casualty on a
erick E. UM l omman-, burial. specific date. This made It Impossible .. "h.I'J,
General, Fourth Service "When men are seriously for the office of the Ad- '. ..
I has announced. wounded the information will be jutant General to answer the
ml UHl stated. "In addition forwarded direct from many queries for additional In- ; ,.
the hospital \ j
formation ,
[ casualty notlficaieeram or details on deaths.
to the
emergency addressees. Under the new -, ) :, ,
and letter of con- "Relatives and friends of program these de-
ad- tails will be supplied families at I CI,
the emergency personnel casualties should
sent keep "
i from the War Depart- In mind that from the time of receiving the the earliest possible date from ; <,,;I :
*. Washington a letter will the original notification soldier's commanding officer." t.:.,,
yelled: directly from the I from the Adjutant General until Major James F. Morison, Per- ';

ling Officer or the Chap- the supplemental information arMAS sonal Fourth Affairs Service officer Headquarters Comm..n.i- .. May the Light of Happlneu ,,1
pointed out "In addition: to supplying Shine/for You on Christmas Day ii. 'i'l,.

direct Information on L _.... "
FOOD SALE! deaths a new procedure is being : And Throughout the New Year ':,
put Into effect towards supplying &

S.- (.Nlb E..J-v w e.-Yll YM Bur progress seriously reports 111. Some on wounded of the hos-and .. '0 n l lP

pital personnel will write a letter : ,yk
a lti to the emergency addressee Immediately R rMA r

9 following the admis- GISLAIN'SBEE
sion of a seriously wounded man u
to the hospital telling briefly the
nature of the wound.
Fifteen ....:..
days later BERG
a card will be sent -
FOOD STORESHottest telling of the progress made by x
the patient which in turn will be p---a-rrrssrrrsrrnnrsprsrs
-s tssrr J- -
SrsrssA attend and
followed by a second letter In you may new
Prices: In Town! another 15 days provided the ;r J
wounded man is still on the seri- -ound blessings make the ''
ously wounded list. As long as \
as i Shipped DressedURKEYS be is in this condition the pro Friendly Greeting
cedure will continue at 15 day New Year more bright.I
Any Size-lb 49c intervals .

"In the case of soldiers wounded -
led Coffee In combat but not seriously ill TO YOU_ We gratefully acknowledge / !- f
HASE & SANBORN Ib 25c a postal! card will be sent every
15 days stating the condition of .
the soldier." your consideration '

for 4-Page ,Christmas Price*- List-Contain- Improved Our ,. ,
System !r'1 Friends and Customers
ing Hundreds of Bargains. General 'Vhf explained "this during the past and solicit
new procedure In both Instances ,

will naturally be of great com- .....,. ", continued thoughtfulness
fort to emergency addressees as .' ,>,,- .... .. _. your .,
well as of value to the War Department ,., /' ., I I
It eliminates the 'mid ,I """, / .
dle man'-so to speak by having \
the reports made outat the hoe .J
I pitals and mailed Immediately

to the person concerned Insteadof It's the Season to be friendly, Happy, and ",, ,q {
being first transmitted to the ,
Adjutant General and thence to contented . may this be your experiencethis 'r'M

the General emergency Uhl addressee.emphaslMd" that .. Christmas and every Christmas,.. \<

this new plan will in no Way .1.1GUY'S
,nun eliminate the "1D 8,AgO of cheer" "
which each
is emergency addressee JORDAN'S BAR ,
encouraged to send at Govern-
*lient expense to a wounded sol
dier once a month, nor will it MARKET
affect the present policy wherebya .. PADDY LIBRETTI, MCR.TMERRIE \-.\
Kindliest Christmas Greetings to special report is submitted to GUY II. SALE, Prop. .. I rf'
the Adjutant General in the
all of friends and most .
our especi- of any patient who has been hospitalized -
either for wounds, Injuries .. r r
ally to ur boys in. the Armed Ser- .
or illness and who takes a I- r. ....
vices of our Country and to their : dangerous turn for the worse. I
: 'd1131T1111)J }] )

families and loved ones. s . . . . . .

r r .. r} } ii '. .-il o
May the next Christmas see you all Clay Hill .!:J J} 1:1:-IJ.1.].!:) .v ; o
re-united in your family groups, and Hy Pvt. Luru Burgess f rte t.. ,
Maxwell Field, Ala. We realize more thanE
.world at peace. . . . . . CS h ,
x'"a ever how much It means to

Just came back to Maxwell have the friendship and
Field from a wonderful furlough. v. p nr

I fir. and ///rj. A. J. ZJk omaSvlteHMW visited I was Florida.up In Indiana Got back and to Clay also ,.... good will of folks like you.\' .'.,'i:4' rl.,

Hill school to see the childrenand Please accept our sin- ,
we had so much fun singing j thanks and our good
cere ..
r ..
--r.iln... ....
I was very happy over the new"' 1 wishes: for a Prosperous
cafeteria. It Is truly a nice build- "rr .'
ill NEW YEAR .
t Ing. I also visited the Lang'sand ;
i {e + :fir spent most of my time at m .t rxw: .rt,
Mr. and :Mrs. T. A. Brlnson's.
It was wonderful to be back. j :
The pines were beautiful and the ;
sunshine perfect. Up in Indiana .
I Ice-skated and flaw my first r. d
snow in six years.I s. -.% I II
am very happy to note I have a y: r r I II y4
passed the overseas physical and
have now been transferred to .. 1 .Li
\ Section C to be a radio operator.
Perhaps I will spread my sail
for distant parts. Anything to
get this war over., ?
.' Today I went to church and Station With .
came back to a chicken dinner. "MONK" DINKINS I .,
Lj&U This afternoon I walked down Into -i
: Montgomery to a USO and .- [; i
Every WijhforflPKf : "
trimmed a Christmas tree and ., ;. '. .
led the Christmas Carol singing i ,
It was great fun--and such good .e
fruit cake! a I''
Life Is good. I am happy.Seven
JJi ) months now In service. I'm glad

." take rm a off was my and uniform don't until want.the to l.ElJ}] } } 'J '' .

; war la over. ?. .' .m1} }] HflJJJJJlY i r ]

WJJ1JIEilfUl.cuJJ married.,Coo gratulattons. and i

much happiness!.. : lUU: ) 1'JJJrJ] )) ,
Merry C h r iatmas, everyone.. iiEBJJB) )
God bless you att. : .
} Jt Jn J ] rJ) :
: ) At The TabernacleServices And may of the.the HolidayS HopplMM at

at the Tabernacle last .aion be yours and a Year
through all the I--"
Sunday were of unusual Interest.
, The morning message was brought coming o
a1t1 r4-ll fiaffill.e** ill by -the Rev. Gordon L... Purdy of oa riy oF Happy DaysSTAG
<= Keystone Heights. At the Sol- 1'JEfli
diers' Hour in the afternoon baptismal MUJROGERS j] s
) :..... I rites were administered by .
the Rev. G. E. Cutshaw, pastor
1;'L the J1kwfeat of the Lawtey Baptist Church to ) )
Pvt. and Mrs. Marvin Rosier. r
The Christmas service will be
7, held tonight (Friday) at 8 o'- k,
s clock and the music this seasonIs '
unusually good. Sunday night e
the Rev. George F. Tlbbltts of
#,R L1 -M-B-O-O? Keystone Heights will be the JEWELRY & ARMY STORE A Name To Remember
speaker. A service by Mr. TIb- -u.k
bitts Is always looked forward to 130 E. CALL STREET
"325 TEMPLE AVENUE 'with pleasant anticipation both 135 CALL STREET f
because of the message and the

-- music. _. .., S -S )
, ---_.



) I'\G EIGJlT CR21a
f I _. '
Mrs. Titus Olson Mrs. J. W. Holiday Program Large Crowd Enjoys
Methodist Circles

t ' Divide Members White Juntas Mrs.M. Smith Bertha Pearce Mrs. J.Mrs H. Will Be VariedAt Xmas Cantata, -'tj1IifrJ}) j

i t. ( For New Year William Fields Mrs.Blair J.Mrs.B. Cottrell Carrie Bitch Mrs. USO-NCCS ClubThe Joint USO Event ) Ji1flt}

: business meeting Mrs. W. H. Nollman, Mrs. W. S. UEO-NCCS Club. at 400() Thirty-five members of the
6 t r' : of th Woman's Society of Chris\ Stioman, Miss Amelia Ray Mrs Temple Ave., will have Its annual choir from the First '1
S. S. Mrs. D. E. Knight Christmas Eve pa r t y Sunday Church In Gainesville
; 't I tlan Service was held Monday( afternoon I brings to
.., Mrs. Frank Colley Mrs. Arch night In the recreation room. An "Carols of Christmas", a 8' each of us on
the MethodiHt church
y : Green Mrs. Nettie Dowling Lee orchestra will furnish music and tiful cantata of familiar appreciation of those fine
-, Md, with the president, Mrs. W. GHalle I
Mrs. W. M. Struth Mrs. J. R. there will be traditional holiday mas carols, to a capacity friendships and i iwhich
$ presiding. qS memories
i'' ; Miss Garnlta II u t to sweetly; Wainwright, Mrs. M. F. Brown games. Winners will receive gifts I ence at the Walnut Street make life worth living. And
I Mrs. San- decorations and Club afternoon, so
t Mrs. Foster Shl Smith from Santa and Sunday
Christmas carol
; sang the lovely '' at this glad Holiday Season
i "It Came Upon a Midnight ford Bitch, Mrs. V. L. Sturglll. refreshments: will complete the The cantata words and I we extend)

ti Clear". Mrs. I. P. Shepherd lee Circle Two Christmas theme. arranged by Ellen Jane Lor ;. to you our cordial greetings and wish,

: : f' the devotional service rea ding Mrs. A. F. Sauls, chairman, All servicemen and their families Included the following : ex- for you both health and happiness,

t Saint Luke's story of Chl'lst.sbirth. Mrs. W. O. Halle, co-chairman. and friends are welcome to The Christmas Invitation; : throughout oil the coming year
make the USO their "home away Prophet's Singing ((1.0. How aincere
1i Wood Mrs. A. W. An-
Mrs. A.
from home" on Christmas Day. Rose); The Message Of the
t transacted -
Routine business was .
W. T. Clute have
of thanks dereon Refreshments will be served els-Good Tidings of Great
after which notes
were, read from Mrs.\ J. W. White S.' 'Matthews, Mrs. L. W. Koch throughout the day.A and The Triumph of the : *
4 Amelia Mills Kate Mrs: Annie Lou Godwin Mrs.Leonard The Dark, Silent Town; Come I
and Miss Ray. J Proto
: jA i Struth made an annual report of F.. Smith, Miss! Amy Co- recordIng of Charles Dlcklns.i the Manger (Bring a ]): 1LIiIUsIMAS

Children's Work; she stated that burn Mrs. W. E. MMdleton Miss i "A Christmas Carol" will be the Guided by a Star (March of .

; there are 18 members o n thett' Kate Struth. Mrs I. P. Shepherd I feature of the "Silver Strings- Three Kings); The

i :If: Baby Roll and for this year she Mrs. Sam Anderson Mrs. W. J. hour starting at 2 p. m. Sundayin (Fairest Lord Jesus) ; and t

tt' !'. ' had collected $12. Mrs. W. J. Chandler Mrs.: George B. Flynn the USO-NCCS r e c rea lion Holy Day.

., ,!il"y ,r,4 Churchwell reported that since Mrs. Wm. L. Baggett, Mrs. T. J. room. Ronald Colman U heardIn Roy Tew Is choir director eIAFprj} tw 'EN0.
i here,,, Mrs. Shelly Hall, Mrs. also tenor soloist. Other
.t. 1 : moving Into the parsonage Griffin the role of Scrooge.
:: j
i ., ;' i she has Improved the furnishings Fred Guy Mrs. Paul Hud gins, were Mrs. Helen Alford and '.;
Mrs,. Lott Mrs. EugeneL. Fred May, soprano; Mrs. GUIDON GRILLGEO.
H 'I to the amount of 17280. Mrs. Walter I Miss Margaret Beam was crowned -
: Titus Olson gave a report on theY Matthews Mrs. Lorenzo D. "Cinderella" when "PrinceChnrmlng" Redgrave mezzo; Mrs. Helen (

:condition of the church kitchen. Green Mrs. A. W. Redgrave, Mrs. found her to be the wards contralto; and KOPELOUSOS

\b Y : 'l Mrs. Halle the retiring presi I. Hogan Smith, Mrs. Carl Johns.MI's. lady who fit the magic slipperat Hack, baritone. Claude FLOKES <0-- "'- ,.... -.- -, _.. ._ ._._ ______
of thanks Osborne, Mrs. CharlieE. phree was accompanist.
dent gave a short talk Grace night dance. The
1f-'J:! the Tuesday
UI.Jl a 1 ,,1 to those who had helped so much Johns Mrs. J. F. Jones, Mrs. prize shoes were a pair of smart Judge E. K. perryman and :
and was followed W. Andrews and Mrs. O. L. D. Vining were ushers for
: I ,, In the past year; black patent leather dress pumps.At .
::1 I by Mra. W E. Middleton.'f. ,. Haynes. next Tuesday's dance start- affair, and Mrs. Vining and
elected who H. C. Ritch served sandwiches
\ the newly 8:30 m., another Cinder-
Ing at : p.
of the work for the coming coffee to' the choir members
talked Eve ServiceAt and the win-
"(: : Xmas ella will be chosen .
after the
mediately program.The
wi I year. will receive a per-
ning lady
r Members have been divided In.'J'.f St. Mark'sThe cantata was
... ,', manent wave or its equivalent. the Starke USO !
to two circles as follows: Jointly by
t\tv'\.; \ y Circle One Christmas Eve Eucharistwill as a' prize. and Is the fourth in a series

I i %h"i Mrs. W. B. Sewell chairman, begin at 11 o'clock Sunday monthly events planned on .,
night In St. Mark's Church. The The Wednesday afternoon pro- basis.
Mrs. H. C. Rltch, co-chairman. joint
the weekly
Mrs. A. Z. Adklns. Mrs. W. J. first part of the service will In- gram period following
clude the reading of the Christmas G. I. Wives luncheon was well
Churchwell, Mrs. M. W. Cressler Plan
Mrs. L. D. story and the singing of familiar applied In decorating the USO-
i Mrs. Emma Murphy
Vining, Mrs. F. II. Long Mrs. L. Christmas carols and NCCS recreation room and. Christ- Annual Candlelight drawl Ufa
;{ i
Davis! Mrs. hymns. The sermon will be given mas tree. ,
.: .c S. Hutto, Mrs. L. A. and Service For SundayThe
is prepared
the recto, the Rev. Grover The luncheon
t E. K. Perryman Miss Olive Ray, by
t, 12:30
at :
; served each Wednesday
Alison. The Prayer of Consecration
; the stroke of and all servicemen's wives are Presbyterian Church ]
t Is to begin on yTirne
midnight and the service shouldbe welcome to enjoy the meal for( be the scene of Christmas t11:0 GIds0M

4 ACTION I RELIEF concluded by 12:30.: 25o: and _become acquainted with light Vespers on Sunday

Special music will Include a! other women In the community.The noon. Dec. 24, at 5 p. m.
If afternoon of Wednesday The public is cordially ; *
Powell. you
'' TOR ACID INDIGESTION are solo Interested by John assisting in the Dec. 27, will be spent in sewing to attend and enjoy the \ M we'll toke great delight in filling

service by singing In the choir curtains for the snack bar and also program: it full of good wishes for you and yours.
Friday in making peasant aprons. Organ prelude and lighting
to practice
please come candles. As we do so, we pledge continued effort
hu F night at 8 o'clock in the Church.
The service is open to all people. Christmas Theme Choir: Come All Ye : had on our part to merit your goodwill in

the There Holy will Communion be a celebration In St.Mark's of. Pervades Activities Oh While Little Shepherds Town Watched.of the years to come.

Church on Christmas At' Walnut St. USO Recitation: Margaret Rose

54cCarpenter's ) morning at 10 o'clock for those can.Song M I .
who are not able to make their The Christmas season was fit- : Away in a Manger-

communion at the midnight ser tingly ushered In by the Supper garet Rose Duncan Prissy '

Drug Store vice.CLASSIFIED. Club at the Walnut Street USO Rae Dolores Maruca. WEST END GROCERYand
After practicing Recitation-Prissy McRae.
Sunday evening.

I t fl l : t ADS greens orated for, the carolling red entire berries the building and group bows with dec-, Carol Quartette Scripture of the and Russian: Child Prayer Children Divine: Rev. SEED SERVICE STATION

wreaths and ribbons, and trimmedthe lie Shepherd.Solo .
_ _._ _._ _._. ,_ ..
' from top to bottoff. : Sgt. Kessler. F -
Raddle tree
,el, ; & IP TOt WOULD BUT OR SELL FOR l'I*t-Younll'. horse FrlendiT. huge festive holiday; Carol from the Low :
.' ; I milk cows, tock cow., beef bridle, Jersey cow. Three giving the Club 'a!
,,I''ll'-.It' rattlo." mock bull or hogg, got Barber Shop Stark Sip: Lucille Mitchell. -
'I'{ In touch with J. O. Odom Jr.. appearance. N Candle
i Sv ai'///( Box 147 Starke. Box lOt Lak. FOR WALK 74 burner combination Madonnas were in the limelight Quartette: o
/ Cft,.. Telephone 481 Lake City. ovpn gas cooking stove. Apply army wives' lunch There Three Kings Have '
the regular/
1 ."yf tl t4 118..-. St.Rogers. Jewelry Store, 130 E. Call" at eon on Tuesday.. Tableaux of ed, Remember Now Oh lllj'k

'\\l in J.)8T-I( white heifer from farm famous paintings "The Sis Mary (solo parts by Sgt. *
'li ji l ,, Z old colored Hudson 1, good three
i at New Klver. yrs fc'Dll HAI K-11M7 of the< tier).
ti 1 Marked White. Madonna". "Madonna
:I white with red nrn. tires, 30000.() See tine
} ;"'' ti rrui undnrhlt staple fork. Brand head. Standard Station Liiwtey, Chair", and "Madonna and the< Violin Solo: Arioso by Bach.Choir : "
t4 k 1'I t a U.-C. u. Wynn Hampton. 4tp Fla.1YANTI'D. Itp Angels", were presented with a : Hark the Herald WISHIDG YOU
w Officer music Sing The First Noel rV
FOIL SALK-Income property. on TO HKNT: background of religious \
6- and wife furnished soloist Night.
:. and near lilandlng- highway with with Virginia Sewell as
"{ i room cottage, two !.room cabins; or email house The following 'will have part
,\ have .l 8 C t rlclty. Farm land, convenience.! Reply Box 431-A. and :Mrs. R. A. Green as pinnls JIJ("" 0 mERRVCHRISTfllflS t
1 posture' woods, bulling lots, 60acreH. Itp Mrs. J. R. Fausett Mrs. J. C the; program:
.'. . Owner V. O. Ilox 806, J. G. KolcJ Candlellghtera: Kaspar
Stark Alan commercial nut- I'HKSKllVH:: THIS : Ltddon. '
Have the family photographed assisted by Barney McRae. '
/ M ornrklnc machine. Wor k. by were the madonnas )
U-S 4tp round the Xmas tree. For an Ushers James Pratt
J :
hand. appointment .nee Mrs. Ilnby at Mrs. Marty Mattox. Mts.; A.
"My Uollhouiie", Mouth Walnut Mrs. W. O'Rourke, :Mrs VtcRae B. C. Holtzendorf.
t a HntJR74 TUA1LK11 FOR 8ALR at ItP Casey.
i + Sklp'a Trailer C amp .Brooka St. W 1* Bateman and Billy Holz Organist: Mrs. E. M. Davis.
14 ; ( s Trading! Pout Klmtnley Lake tf WANTKU' TO Kl'JNT': OU UUY- mann as angels and cherubim Choir Members: Barbara wish \Ve send sincere and
In Bradford County. Havecity Vivian you
Farm McRae
The doll representing the Christ lugh Betty in this
i WANTI2D, or --Plymouth StHlan. Ford 1938.115, Chevrolet '39, 40 ,' home, 124 would W. Pratt trad.I..nardUrlffl. St., Stark. Child was ,by courtesy of Miss tae, Marian McRae, Carolyn those hearty greetings, full of _

d ] i or 41. Muni have rood rubber. Itp Margaret Rose Duncan. yards, Hazel Fields Louise ,
)V r Fl L. Q. Powell P. O. Box lit. Itp FOR MALK Hood farm mule, After the tableaux Blanche Kerry Beth Knight Mary good cheer for each"of you: t HINT

l n' 1 i' ht cheap rise Jeff Lewis 1U.. 2. I Kennedy staff assistant was pre farbrough, Jean, Davis, And may the coming twelvemonth NEW miI
do out Kalford road % mllu -
4 rnllex. sented a Christmas corsage and Lansing. ami
30 ROOMS turn left about find happy
1222-2tp| serenaded with regrets at her Mrs. K. G. Duncan Is YEAR you
f ti of the Decoration Committee contented in
ALL FURNISHED SPENCER SUPPORTS Individually leaving to take a position with your everyundertaking.
'1 r Irs. H. V. Knight is chairman
deilgnnd. Mm. Bertha Pearce 206 the USO in Missouri.!
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,y ;t West Madison Bt. 7.2d-41p f mbllclty. *
Tables for the luncheon were
11 IfLOO1.ndlnlr and in holiday dress with pine
ff, ' FOR YOUR WIFE Powell
ji local reference.. C. A. ,
OB PARHMTSGM tele. 1143J Ualnenvllla or write branches ,and cones red candles, PresbyterianThe MARK*
t ''1 Heat In Each Room ft Fla. Motor Court. 10-27 ,lItp and green paper Christmas trees MARUCA'S GROCERY &
iof: place cards. Rev. J. R. Mohr D. D., .
MATTRESSES:: ::: of all kind renovated -
: furniture upholstered and Mrs. C. E. Markhoff. Mrs. E.. 'enney Farms will preach

'y LARRY'S PLACE reflnliihed.HA8TINO9 MATTRESS Drop ua CO.a .card.Pox W. Foss Mrs. E. Robbins and lay morning at 11:00: o'clock MIKE MARUCA, OWNERAND

i KINGSLEY LAKE 230. Palatka. Fla. tf Mrs. I. C. Wyckoff prepared and the First Presbyterian

'f 1000 Feet From B Gate VENETIAN BLINDS!-Still taking served the luncheon. A cordial invitation Is .
; ordorn., See Pate Oa..eUL !toad Further plans for Christmas Include to alL Come and bring- '. }
4. 23. atarke. Fla. 12- 4tp I a party for children on rlends. <---

1 'F I .. '" 1 Thursday a couple dance on Saturday (._....._._,,.., .u .. _._,..... ._ ,......
evening carolling and a Bible SchoolThe

r party on Christmas Eve, dinner

and a tea dance for couples on children's Bible 1

Christmas Day. The carolling laas, being held each r -
group will sing for anyone who fternoon In the Methodist

puts a lighted candle in the front Ing. will not meet again gratitude
window at 7:30: ( Sunday evening.The fter school reopens following I ith> a full sense of

Walnut Street USO Is op- Christmas! holidays. Forty having been oble to serve

erated by the National Board of ren were present Tuesday f Iv with full realization of !the"r

the Young Women's Christian fr.wond s
Association. NOTice OF INTENTION of tried and proven
RUGIITKn FICTITIOUS N ofomongsuchsplenddpeoP"f Ii
Notice l 1. hereby given that the odvantage
}4 ' A SPECIAL TREAT quale Libretti' under the .. -
Mrs Thos. R. RolphMrs. of 1 Florida law will register '
the Clerk of Circuit Court of
I FOR THE HOLIDAYS; Thomas R. Rolph died at ame ford County of Jordan'Florida liar, the under send our Greetings to cur friends. this C/1/

the home of her aon-la-law and I am engaged and doing .. May the best.of everything be your all c
. at 1116 E. Call St., Star...., make
daughter Mr. and Mr. J. C. Extend occasion
W .esj' SEE and that said bnnlneie! la mos. May the ;Yuletide it
Jones Dec. 14. Funeral services and operated. by Paaquale. of our way of life- MY
were held 'In Prevatt Cemetery. Dated this December 1) 1(44 q more appreciative
Dec. 18, with DeWitt C. Jones larke, Bradford. County, : be on American Christmas
(Signed) Pasquale
C1h !Jlt29 Of !Jln9 Funeral Home in charge. She 132.41.1(18I (

was a member of the Baptist : CIRCUIT COl'HT.
S v Jl Church and Rev. W. E. Hall of COUNTY FLORIDA IN: : C

*l;; ONE OF THE GREATEST MOTION PICTURES OF Green Cove Springs I was in Jack CKIIV Morris. Plaintiff VR. FOR THI .
charge of the service. Morrl.. Defendant. Cane No. (

Spring Grove Va., and had been STATE OF FLORIDA to: !
living here with her daughter E. Morris whose residence I I.
--- for the len, Louisiana: CLEAN!
past eight months. She Is'i You are required to appear STARKE DRY
survived by four other daughters January ,13th 1945 In the
N., STARKE METHODIST CHURCH tfrs C. C. Cable. Cleveland Ohio imed Court and cause .. .
plaintiff eeeka divorce.
a SUNDAY NIGHT DEC. 21 7:30 P. M. Mrs. Susan Richardson Toledo County Telegraph halt stli
Ohio, Mrs. Elizabeth Barnes Bal. till. Order In next four weekly
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't ilmore Md., and Mrs. Rachel Wltneis my hand and PHONE and LAUNDRY

1y4, '' (This Space Contributed by W. T. Clute, Realtor) fowler, Landsdowne. Md, and at Starke, Florida this 23
mh 1944. Station
two eons, E. R. Hager, Silver
ill), Ala., and James Hager, Facile A.I I Clerk of laid Court.O. .
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Official County Publication Established In 2877

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UNCLE JOE'S CHRISTMAS STORY Tornadoes Win Conference Championship '

Santa Claus must have supernatural powers ao that he ;
Irtiout being told Just whether or not a little tot should be :

Jimp I for of a certain mischief deed In your done opinion through, may ignorance deserve or a otherwise.whipping Believed To Be Highest Scorers In State : I'

mat ha has pulled, when wise old Santa knows there was
accomplished than' harm done, and rewards the little fel- "'
I Owens, for Instance. He did childish : ':
Take Andy a Bradford Squad Has Splendid Record
pure -spite> but ll Panned out pure gold Iq{ the washing. I rim Is Your Extra 6th War Loan Quota 1 1ext. 1r Fast With Film Stellar Comedy Cast Of Nine Wins After Losing !;:'J'M:,t, ;

S e ParkUnlveraal's Opener to Gainesville ;j \ >
Coming to , ,
a colored man who was 90 the
Owens "
Andy year
j t'ncte The fighting Tornadoes of Bradford High have just ',1'.
nine", declared vigorously that there was a Santa comedy, "San Diego, -
na completed their most successful football season since that ;. ; .
and always had been since Jewua was born, and that : ai !xNauaepJ+ ipyaut" thRr.eaae L.y I Love You", which la said to be sport was resumed here in 1938. Facing a schedule that "t, .'11!
a* ha pronounced it, never mV eel coming to 11 eejjmtle one of the funniest films ever to '
Claw" considered ,
many the toughest a BUS squad has ever con- .
children at?Christmas time. k a MRAtm kiunRtc < come out of Hollywood: will playat fronted, the Bradford athletes compiled an enviable record !4.. .',

la Andy ate hl Christmas dinner In Mother's kitchen back w& Jss&Mtth the Park Theatre, Saturday, of nine games won and only one lost. ;, 'i i'r; I r 4
Ld, while describing the gifts he received that morning, :Ai ." &' "R1 Sunday and Monday. After bowing 32 to 0 to the best Gainesville team of r"; l
[ don't know just what ole Sanny Claw fotched me 'fore I With the exception of the open- the past decade in the season's opener, the Tornadoes came -1, ;y

|be eight years old, but I do remember that Christmas morn- Ing scenes, the picture U placedIn back strong: ? and: won their; last nine, games straight. ).,!{;
other things, a brand new, two-
He brung me, among This brilliant of '
806 the busy city of San Diego, ; string victories -' :.m \
knife. This Christmas makes me thinkon' : entitled to wear letters: ,
uriow-bandle pocket was" over Bunnell 37- .
with all Its wartime problems. Ends "
: Robert Barkadale. Billy ,
Ole Sanny Claw brought just what I wanted, like he 12 St. Paul's 18-6 Ketter- !
Hall ; ; alternate :";:;
Louise Allbrttton and Jon Bumey ( captain), DUly
year that I was eight and I 'epee It was for.pretty much the ___ line (St. Augustine) 12-7; Duncan Edwards.! t !".\1 A-
the costars.The I
ion* This time I helped Mars. Willie and the other white U. Fletcher, 25-7: ; White Tackles: Charles Thornton ': ;i y 11
t a Democrat for our next President, and the other time story concerns the depar- : Springs, 59-0; Lake Butler, 6S-0; Steve Weldon Jack Hall. \ f"'@
white folks put the skids under a poor buckaroo who ture of Louise's family, Includingfour : Baldwin 72-0; Newberry 60-0; and Guards: Phil Shuford Marlon :. ::
my brothers, to San Diego to Cross 01-0.
to court my young Miss Nellie. promote a collapsible life raft City. Manning, Jim. Brown Godwin, B. "lw\; m+ u
Conference Champion C. Haltzendorf.: Barney McRae. .
S e A 3TrtttoThe 1 '
that her father has Invented. The "
The smashing win, Cross Centers Jerome ,
'that over : Bobby Biggs (r.f.W:
remember Ole MiIIII.SaUle said Ole Mara John asked entire family almost succeed in
| City clinched the Tornadoes' claimto John. '
n, Mars BB' what. be wanted Sanny Claw to bring drowning themselves before they the Suwannee Conference Backs Thomas Wadmvorth WoWI.'(1:!'

,Christmas after I was born, an' Mars BB said he wanted following poem appeared'originafly In, a camp paper pub- discover the raft Is no good. But championship, as Bradford de- (captain). Herbert Flllyaw. R. J. ,ir"::1't
Dlnt'r boy baby 'stead of a store-bought gift. So that's lished somewhere In Italy. It Is said to have been found in a sol another invention laved turns out o. k. feated every conference team except Turner, Chas. Mooney, Bobby :',,'f \
r belonged' to Mars BB. lie was just ten years older than dier's pocket after his death on the battle field. It was recently ao the family Is High Springs, who asked to Turner, Gene Cope, John Anderson '
lam 18 when I was eight. copied In the Atlanta Constitution and was read several weeks ago In addition to the stars, the cast be released from their game contract Doyle Conner. i. .: :,

time rm talkin' abOut Mars BB had been In school at at a Missionary Circle meeting in Starke. The Telegraph has been Includes those two ever-popular Turner Leads Scoring n X.? ,
i home for the Christmas holidays. He was kinda requested to reprint It: comedians, Edward Everett Barton An Interesting list of the records The scoring was divided a* follows >;,
an' come by seasons since football among the leader.: .\t.1r-t! !
Eric Blore. This film
d I when he arrived to find a stranger there tryln' to court I IUle. and waa resumed is furnished by the R. J. Turner 138; John Ander ,\ If!;
With A Friend also marks the return to the
Now Ole Miss was a well-wisher to the match, savin'Virginia I back files of the Telegraph, as son 79; Bobby Turner 37; Billy \\.r;}
bad blue-blood in his veins, but Mara John and Look, God, I have never spoken to you screen of Buster Keaton, afteran follows: Burney 27; Jim Godwin 20; Chas ;, '\\rJ': '
rl Jack hated the ground that Mister Poor Buckarooon. But now I want to say, "How do you do?" absence of several years. ru. rtH. Mooney 19; Doyle Conner 18. \ l:';:
Yr. W L T For Agrt t. Others who scored at least one i' ''r.
You see, God, they told me you didn't exist, f "', ''
1938 2 6 0 33 137 touchdown were: Wadsworth, .
CAMP .:'
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what Miss Nellie thought. You Just can'tit And like fool l I believed all this. \
know just a
lon't < '
Edwards Thornton Barks- ; ;;I
1939 3 7 0 99 129 Cope, ,
t young white girls no way, for they're apt to change theira Last night, from a shell hole I saw your sky- Mrs. II. C. Rltch, Mrs. K. O. 1940 3 B 1 46 100 dale Flllyaw, Biggs and Johns. ." i 1\\
a minute's notice and give a nice young man the mittena I figured right then they had told a lie. Duncan. Mrs. Edward Burns, Mrs.D 1941 o 4 0 157 110 Coaches James C. Hobbs and d4..;
a good-for-nothing dead beat, just ,because he has a little Had I taken time to see the things you made, P. Carpenter' Mrs E. H. Smith 1942 5 2 2 197 57 Carson Geiger report that six first g t ""i f'a1: \
running through his veins. I'd have known they weren't calling a spade a spade.I and Mrs. C. A. Knight were the 1943 ft 5 0 191 153 team letter men and one promising ,': ,J.

\8 house niggers. Mammy, Pappy, Jake, Isham and my- wonder, God, if you'd shake my hand ? members of the Red Cross Com- 1944 9 1 0 399 64 reserve guard will be lost by .It-J i
Somehow I feel that understand. graduation. Those seniors are: ,':
Ilea you'd
hated the man like the devil hate holy water. try ,
High Scorers of State
to the
mittee who
journ eyed Capt. Wadaworth., R. J. Turner, '
he'd crack Funny I had to come to this hellish place \
and use
around, make us call him '"Datk .
n* as Camp Blending Hospital Friday The total of 399 points piled up dale, Alt. Capt.- Burney, d '
head with his knuckle if we.dido... I had to fetch and Before I had time to see your face. night and served cake and coffeeto during the pant season makes the Shuford, Biggs and C. W Colaon. ;'. '1;lif-;
for him, and Isham had to ,press his clothes, shine his Well, I guess there isn't much more to say, the convalescent soldiers. Tornadoes the highest scoring If adequate replacements can 1 ;,
and wait on him like he was our own Marater.e But I'm sure glad, God, I met you today.I Margaret Rose Duncan gave team of the state, as far as can be found for these players, the ;" :'y
night Mars BB came In from school, Old Mars John guess the "zero hour" will soon be here, several specialty n u m bera and be determined. coaches are hopeful of a successful I '' !:l
and left after the.IU4Iar house, key lajrin on the steps behind the But 1'nx.not afraid since I know you're near. after refreshments, group singing Following Is the list of players season ,next year. 'i.u 'i\\
The signal! Well God I'll have to
st room. Then' Just 'fore time for Mammy to take me home, go ,!' '.
of New, I like you lots, this I want you to know. ?
gourd full sorgum syrup.
kl out there and got a big
Look it'll be horrible fight-
now, a
,lore day, I poured that thick 'lasses In the.Poor Buckaroo'settin'
there on the side porch where Isham left 'em after Who knows--I may come to your house tonight. 4
Thought I wasn't friendly to you before,
and shlnln' I wonder, God, if you'd wait at your door?
Mister Buckaroo slept late that morning, as usual, and Look, I'm crying I Me! Shedding tears!II
crawl out of bed until the second bell for breakfast. 3tere'5
wish I had known you these many years.
alito\ as usual he was in a turrlbto bad humor, eussln'. an'r Well, I have to go now God, goodbye a LA
me all around whilst he was dre .dng. The last thing put
Strange-since I met you, I'm not afraid to die I
u hln boots and when he did, the sorgum syrup gushedbret'Ch..s
Not much, to be sure, but
i leg and all over the floor.
,. with the sincere appreciation
knew what waa comln' next so I ion out on the back porch "
:ed for Mars BB. lie come a-runnln', but didn't get there C krLstmasGift : in our hearts for the many kind ; Y ,

ugh to keep that Poor Buckaroo from beating me half to nesses that have been ours to !
I'spec he'd have finished the job If Mara BB hadn't turned !
extend this little
'!lee and beat him up worse than he'd beat me. Every timer WITH 0 THE enjoy, we .
Buckaroo would bite the dust. Mars BB would yell, 'Hit mj I package of Christmas G. '.. a

will you? Well, take that, and that, you blue-blooded forcer ings to each of you. '

!' Then he'd help him up Just to have the pleasure of BEST OF GOOD WISHESFOR
woulda kilt that man .
> him down again. I 'spec Mars BB .The goodwill of our friends ',
Jack hadn't rushed out and said, That's enough, BB.
We In his carcas to reach the boat landln'" we value immeasurably because *

fter It was all over and Sam had taken the Pook Buckaroo CHRISTMAS AND THE NEW YEAR we well know that without

river Mars John say to me, 'Andy, let's go out to the barnk them life in itself would be
> at ole Dinah's little puppies' Whilst we wnz: out there he FROM EACH OF THE MEMBERS OF THIS for 1)OU indeed. vb':

mumbling, kinds to his self like, aayln, 'If ole Sonny Clawdeg empty
a certain little kinky-headed nigger something real nice FIRM TO EACH OF YOU.ANDREW'S .

rUtmas. BB's gonna be real upset so I guess I'd better tend , As we wish you the Joys of a ''a

little matter myself.' Then to me: 'Say. you little rascal,' Christmas and every Happiness
you rather ole Sanny Claw bring you, besides a new shirt? MOTOR COMPANY
the New Year
throughout we
the kind you
answered real quick-like, 'A fine knife like
t peddler man for them coon hides. ,. add our heartfelt thanks for all ;ya

014 Marnier Just grinned and said Darned cheap, if you past favors. ,

IDe,. for the good he's been to this family In helping to get
a certain undesirable. O. K.. Andy. If ole Sanny Claw

bring you a new knife Just like mine, you can call me a .

1 and a hyprocrlt.- Ghristmas

liked Mars BB atterwards just what Ole Marster meant merry !

aW I could call him a Infidel an' a hyprocrlt If Sanny ,;
:*>'t helsay that everybody '
bring me! a pocket knife 41 '
'JPocrits an' Infidels believe In Sanny Claw jus' as strong I

believe everything else In the BIble.ow t .
1 didn't only get that pocket knife for Christmas. I
/* of other nice things as well. Then, too, Miss Nellie just i I

'rm right around my shoulders and say ao that everybody e 4SEASON'S
'ear: 'Some o' you know-It-ails been Inslnuatln' that little
re. the one who caused all that rumpus by puttto' sorgumI ,
0 certain pair of boots. Well. BB says It wasn't him and ,

" too. So now I don't, want to hear another word that!about Hes It.all We cherish the thoughts of the fine friendships
eof like
aCCUaln' little Andy of doing a
tU. been in the past and we
boy, if there ever was one. that have ours

'1'Ipeo ole SanDy Claw musts thank' 'so too seeln' as how desire to take this means of expressing our ..

that barlow-handle knife." .
genuine thanks for your courtesies.We .

Oft SAFETY, COMFORT AND ECONOMY RIDE wish you the best of good things for "ft.:" :Sv'el,

FLORIDA MOTOR LINE BUSSESFOR Christmas and the New Yenr : ,




CONWAY, Agent Photographs Jewelry Magazines

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ter or 1-2 cup butter and 1-2 cup stirring gradually until mixture granulated sugar or dip into<
: lints To Housewives
melted chocolate or fondant.
margarine), 4 eggs, 2 1-2 to 4 Is light and fluffy Con t Inue
i .1' Ity Ann Mae SlkewVxteiwlon teaspoons baking' powder 1 medium creaming and add well beaten Ginger Snap
Ii' : Nutrition Specialist eggs slowly and one at a Um< Ingredients: 3 1-4 cups flour.
size bottle Maraschino
1-2 teaspoon cinnamon, 3 teaspoons
( Add sifted dry Ingredients (2 cup
I In their plans for cakes and (save Juice for part of liquid Hour and the baking powder) and ginger, 1-3 cup shortening,
candles during the Christmas season ), 1-3 cup undiluted evaporated milk and cherry juice, alternately 3-4 cup of sugar, 1 well-beatei.
I many home-rnakera will be milk, 2 cups sugar 3 cups rifted a little milk and then a llttl e i"gf. 1-2 cup molasses!, and 2 teaspoons -
.. interested In the three recIpes we soft wheat flour (cake or all- cherry Juice. Beat In dry ingredl 80da.Directions. ,.
,: are giving today. The first rei' purpose flour), 2 cups chopped ents, atir in liquid, with first and : Sift flour, measure, ,
I cipe, for Christmas Cherry Cake, pecans (toasted slightly with a last additions being dry Ingredlenta. add cinnamon and ginger, and ,.
:::1 cornea from Mrs. J. R. Hunter of little butter, floured with one cup sift again. Cream shortening,
'. Tallahassee.ChrlntnuM. of flour called for In recipe). Fold In floured toasted nuti. add sugar gradually, beat until ; .
.,1 Cherry Cake I Directions: Cream fat until soft Add whole cherries last. Pour light, and combine with beater
'J. Ingredients: 1 cup of fat (but and add finely granulated sugar, 'batter Into lightly greased tunnel egg and molasses. Dissolve soda
: or angel cake pan and bake In i a in 2 teaspoons of hot water and.
moderate oven ((325 degrees Fahrenheit add to wet mixture. Then combine '. '"
) for 1 hour or _until-It wet and dry mixtures, mix ... ,f
, can paaa cake test ing well. Chill. Roll out to 1-3 '. c .
Cake test: Fully baked, cake inch thickness and cut with round "
kr stmaJ! shrinks from pan sides and cutter. If dough becomes too ,.. ,. .
1errlf .
fiprings back when touched lightly soft, chill again. Bake In moderate "
12 minutes.
r. with the finger. If flnge r over for 10 to
For crackled surface, brush tops
leaves depression, cake la not .
of cookies with water before bak
done. Another teat is to Insert '
clean wooden toothpick Into mid ing. This recipe makes 6 dozen.
die, and If no batter adhere to It 2-lnch cookies.

I when pulled out-,, cake is done. to wish

And here are a couple of candy;

Ingredients Honey: 1-4 Pecans cup honey, :2I BUY MORE THAN BEFORE

II I I cups nut. 1-2 teaspoon vanilla,
I 1 1-2 cups sugar, and 1-2 cup

water. ..,., ,
Boil honey, sugar, and' water
until*it forma a soft ball in water
Add vanilla and nuts and stir. .. .
HAPPY Pick null apart and allow t< 'fi''i('
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-, cool. .'" ,,..t-fii.: {..
Turkish Past " : '
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cNew Ingredients: S tablespoons gel "V \
Year atin. 1-2 cup cold water, 1-4 cup (Christmas and '
hot water, 1 cup sugar, 1 cup ajoyous at'
honey, 1-4 teaspoon salt, 12. cup
orange Juice, 3 tablespoons lemon I II I II
KIDD'S SINCLAIR SERVICEValrie Juice, green coloring and mini II I
flavoring or red coloring and almond I
t flavoring, and 1 cup finely ,I View Tear

B. Kidd, Owner chopped nut*. ) ( ,. :)4 Happy' .
Soften gelatin in the cold water .... ,
Tor 6 minutes. Bring hot water, FOrt YOU ". 'r//!",. ...j"'t"tr. .
., lugar, and honey to boiling point. \ ', ,' :
.. . .' ...,.. ". '.' .. . Add salt and gelatin, stir until YOUR FAMIL V. Jj.
: gelatin dissolves, and simmer 20 From c firm trtat has enjoyed serving you In the
minutes. Remove from fire and YOUR' FRIENDS,
f when cool l add'orange and lemon past, and which is desirous of continuing the
i juice, c o 1 o ring, and flavoring. I.t. OUR FRIENDSf .
Stir in nuts and allow mixture pleasant associations of our friends in the future
fiea to stand until it begins) to thicken.
it Stir again before pouring in a
wet ,pan. Have layer of pasta A Merry
i about an Inch thick. Let stand CiristmatJTo;
i jvernlght In a cool place. Dip
iharp knifa into boiling water, cut All,
candy Into cubes, and roll in
powdered sugar ofaJg :lair fcJeaut Salon
GJ Ckt tm ; APPE y.r1

Roasted nuts as well as cakes
W- and candies go along with Chrlat-
nas-tlme, so today we have some
luggestlons about them, a cookie

recipe, and another candy recipe. ________un.
Roasted Nub r

Use about two teaspoon of
tat and one teaspoon of salt for ,
teetiupNb each cup of nuts.

Select good pieces of nuts and
xj sure to remove' all pieces of

Spread pieces in a single layer
n the pan, pour the oil over
.hem and cook them in a mod
erately hot oven or oa top ofhe
stove. Stir them occasionally
IfeJt t1/Jl..eJ. and guard against over-cooking.
Seating them through seems toM
. sufficient. (A little longer'rom -
15 to 30 minutes-is required -
FOR THE [ to heat blanched almonds
or> raw peanuts through or until
hey are a light brown in color.)
When the nuts are roasted,
pread them on absorbent paper
SVcrt to drain the oil and sprinkle
hem with salt.

Note: Almonds must be blanched -
before roasting. Pour boiling
... water over them, allow to simmer -
for .three minutes, then slip ..6 01
off aklos. d With the splendid remembrances

Fruit Medleys / the harmonious associations we llave had
Ingredients: 2 cups ground dried ,
fruit or candled fruit peel, 1-4 to '- friendiintliin"*
1.3 cup honey, 1-2 to 1 cup nuts, -, with our manx good
and 1-2 te&spoon salt. loot
WINKLER ELECTRIC SERVICE Directions: Mix ingredients and during the past, we eagerly

press Into shallow paaa lined with diem in>
wax paper. Cover with waxed forward to a continuance
paper and weight I down over- f
ight Cut Into squares. Roll In the future.

We sincerely hope'that tliese f riends i

,': 11J.ilt/l feu a. U tlie'
have to rOll
", / >een as pleawut
,.,';t .
have l>een to ui
-., -

., MaythU. l lie yoTir Il4pple t CJ In'snJj! ,

fio.fila'j.. -" '--. + nm m and may the New. Year J Jrinl you wn*
'I"U I '.'
new joy each d.,. '

May your share of happiness at this !, .
glad' Christmastime be brightened by : ,.....

the knowledge of our appreciation of ,

I your fine and valued friradthips.. .

t May enjoy'; the associations of 4o. .IIJ'J. s.R
you ,' .J 'kIi4J.&J .
those 'dear to you; and may their
companionship continue through the "

years to com

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!1)pER[TE:NOTICE'"d pjr'PUBLICATION OF':Yarborough FLORIDA TO APPEAR Carawi to: MII- melt Christmas t crbn ?

m.d.nce i !I. 60* Sixteenth

r.rckOry. rellllired,,> North to Carolina appear 'on ] 'y
f.t 1945. In the above
f and cause, where
divorce. s
'' seeks thla
T. rph shall publish.l"u .
? next four andy
In hand official
neeI my ke Florida, this Nov.
t::9th, S1-JAL 19"I / ) A. J. Thorn,
{s.ttJgag.gier ' It

or Plf


'VlemlnfcPlaintiff.. VB. Sid.Flemln" .
d Defendant.' Caee

RTF OK KUmiPA to: 8ldn<
residence la 'U.
Wing. Hospital at August,

6 required to appear on
un 1945, in the above 4Iiiiiterry
'court and cause, where
if ...k. divorce and cu..tody
Bradford County Tele-

,hill wor publish.kly thus. Order In

.ur.. :.TI.V hand and nfflrl!
t Mirkt, Florida, this Ve-

r,' !nd.. !SEAL,( I94f.) A. J. Thorn ,
Kl irt; n.>f old M'Tsun l' l Court., JackBonvIllH ... { (?) Xmas Italy Merry (?) Xmas North Atlantic Merry (?) Xmas Germany

m tty, for Pit 12.8 4t IZrOI'HT. -!

'..FI.CItlUAl. nRAI IN >(KOR"TV ;11.401\1-) -.......- ..-. .. .--- ., ", .. ".. -. . '..
.,. I
: . .
T. '
her n.xt: "' .... ,
I Slavter. by t : .. ..,. "- ." ," ". "" ''' .,:,
KM"I Blayter.* Bradley Defendant.Plalntlt Cair .. , ' .' .,'','','..,,,.: ,' -,
b..J! nl I .
fS OK FLORIDA to: E. R.r u
whose home and legal
tin:. Is l Dry Prong LoulFlani F
hose actual military addren
rp. E R. Slayter 692 135! ,
and Baker School. Camp
are required to appear t on
tt. 1945. In the above oar 'h
wherein plain rya ;
rt and cause A
eke divorce and rentoratlo 0
''ten name. Bradford Count r .t'
apt shall publish thla Ordyt rI
t four weekly InBUes.
near my hand and official
t Starka Florida, this De- ,
I 19... \
A, J. Thomas, S,
rk of said Court.
1 c KnlBht. Starke Florid '
for Pit 12-8 4t 12-2

nn TY',IT PI.OHIOAl rornr. JlR IN IFORJ CHARTC I-) Merry (?) Xmas Leyte Merry (?) Xmas South Pacific Merry (?) Xmas English Channel

Pye, Jr, Plaintiff, TI.
.,D. Pye, Defendant. CalDER

,'[0 NOTirn TO APPEAR '
|7E OF FLORIDA to: Emily; %
,whose residence la 111 Han YEAR when wish everybody Merry Buy extra Bonds for Christmas gifts .
'., Charleston South Carolln: THIS you r t
ore required to appear on ut'Bonds for the C: ;
millions of American boys oversea
j 15, 1945 In the abov< think of the Buy "

ft Court Telegraph peeks and divorce.cause shall Pradfort wherein public. boys who aren't having such a merry time. Buy '*.xtr
rder In next tour weekly la
wounded soldiers in Italy the.
tic my hand and offlcla Think of the And remember this: '

it II Starka, 1944, Florida this Dec half-frozen sailors on the Atlantic 1 the marines in 5
H'lAL( SEAL) A. J. Thomas,
tk Landrum of said Court.nk Starke.. Florida, Jap-infceted jungles, the American captives beEvery time you buy an extra Bond, you not only

for PIt. 12154tllIncur | | hind Nazi barbed -wireYou'll help pay for the guns and ships and planes that

FLORIDAIN rotnr.Ml BRADRORI CHAN'IT. : these boys must have-you also help bring nearer
find it little easier to think about themifjrou're k
in M. Jones, Plaintiff, vsih .M, around
the day when they, like you, can gather
M. Jones, Defendant doing everything can do to help the
'D. 1470. ; .
i; ..
DER OF PUBLICATION : for --' the Christmas tree with their wives and children
ll II> NOTICE TO APPEAR..TE cause they're fighting
. OF FLORIDA to: Eliza IIto and mothers and sweethearts and friends and say.
Jones, whose residence ; :', J< ,
Street, Little Rock. Ark How can you help ''T"'

are. required to appear or By buying extra War Bondsrk, ,tL, '.. :. .:"Merry Christmas, cvcrybodyr:
r 15. 1945, In the above -- -'
Court and cauae, wherein
It rf! seeks divorce. Bradford
Telegraph shall publlati'dor
In next four weekly Ism
my hand and official
>t Starke, Florida this Dec- '

''k of aald Court.nk DID YOU


"o, J468.Andrlnl Andrlnl., Plaintiff Defendant., 'TB.Kovaiev .. FAILS TO REACH ITS SIXTH WAR LOAN GOAL AND THEY READ THE ACCOUNT OF OUR DISMAL FAIL-,., 4t r;j

Kovaccv Andrlnl, whose reiilnd OVER AND BRADFORD COUNTY WILL
Oalmatla' ..Yuao : TO DO SO NOW -
1 Ire required to appear on ANOTHER WAR BOND! HOW CAN YOU 4
u1 U, 1945 In the aboveI1ttCPeikaad ITS QUOTA UNLESS YOU AND YOU AND YOU BUY
cauae. Bradford"elfuraph wherein NOT N
V shall publish
hder In next four "!'weekly 1.- SAY "NO"? J

nit my hand and official
n Starke.' Florida, this' D ,
t 9 1JI4 ,
"'ALf SEAL) A. J, Tnqmaa. ?

k ek Hard..ty Raid,Court.Daytona- Beach, BUY WAR BONDS. 1 1Yy
Atty. for Pit. 11115..111 FOR PEACE ON EARTH ti

''nCflT' FLORIDA IN C..Nllrun.t f "
r. .tI gy" ''
.f .:
Formerly known a*
I201, palntlff.| v. Lucy Low. <.. r.
A LiTm"Tl known. a. Lucy .. r .
bbl, Defendant. Case No. ,.' "

II'R NOTICE or OF FLORIDA PUBLICATION to: Mrs This AdcertUement. Sponsored. by The Following Members of The Victory Club .

L,5 Brunet, whoa residence

'k seat. N.l1 T Rth. Street ApQ' iii, FINE FOOD
w* required to appear on BLANDING Center'S '
12tk' 1946. in the above Blandlnjf ,. TAVERN .,

I lift,Court."."t"and divorce.cause., Bradford wherein i At MOTORS STORE G ,I S L A I N' S : G; i
rder fouraweeklylis7M J. P. FLORIDA BANK AT STARKE

., A. 3. Thoma.
faM.n I Court.tat.Tuy INSURANCE SHOP ,
hand and official :
UI b. .l'lorlda; this D.c B. SHAFKIN'SUNION S. E. Sparks, Prop. ;, HOLLYWOOD CAMERA & GIFT SHOP t
..Hard"t Att,. for,' Daytona pfTT jJaIUn.IIT Beach-6 STATION V FRED F. STUMP LADY FAIR BEAUTY SHOP '
BUS ,( t )

I' R5DIk ... ',


;aldenc. >4..ot MU"
Ite '|aired ROY S CAMP
r? ,: to appear on "

ft r Tr.k".a.tkand can.e... radford AGENCY-Insurance SALON NEW METHOD CLEANERS r; r a.
Mr I:* shall publish E. JOHNS, ,DRESS SHOP & BEAUTY ,
next four weekly I.- CHARLEY' 'MAGNOLIA HOTEL h
't stacks -h aad and official MAUDE'S THE BAMBOO I'


of apaL) A.:1.'Tlom.s' CLAAerWFrom Park Theatre
;: ourt. l
itt IL Jacksonville. Floe
Plf. 11111..111


"' '," .. ', .
iF. ",1/,/ "jI' '" I tain brand. of evaporated milk
I': ""f' ;" i" Many Wrong Ideas Concerning Diet HabitsAre I contain all necessary" nutrition

f'lt'; i' I Debunked Health Board Nutritionist wan exploded. With tho exception -
:; "
;" difference in P D
of a slight [)]
':\ Nutritionist Vera Walker of I Ir milk.! Now we have defi- flavor, all brands of evaporated
; IYr; r the State Board of Health. has I evidence that it is not only milk are equ ally nutritious. ELLo E lrn
rk mite b
"'A debunked a lot of popular ideas difficult to digest but that Manufacturers are required to D
I ." that have crept Into our everyday interferes with the meet government; standards;
"' ..' t t...."... 1 notion of "what's good for body's aasimulation of the calci- hence, the baby will grow Just QIt's
:' 1 I: us to eat." um and phosphorous in the milk. an. well on one brand as an-
/ i h If milk has to be camouflaged be- other.
1< \ ''i I Chocolate milk for Instance-
; ";"I''I A t. ,, many mothers regularly use chocolate .fore children< will drink it. then Then there is the wide use of
f or cocoa in their childrens' try prune or orange Juice, cane mineral oil greatly Increased asa
S3 : t milk to induce them to drink the syrup or vanilla. Chocolate la food since fats and oils have
: much needed food. Said Mrs. permissible occasionally of course been both scarce and rationed.
'1 Walker. "We have known for but not as it is being used by too Mineral oil has become an ac
j many folk today." cepted alternate in cooking because
t i ) sK>me time that chocolate milk Is
; ,. :! : harder to digest than plain, un- Another Idea that only eer- it is plentiful unrationed. .
I< ",t relatively Inexpen a 1 v e and not

JJ r;' } "fattening."But," says:" Mr'. Walker.,"min '
: i eral oil Is not a FOOD and when good to come again to that Seasonof
r i I7 q Vfou used too abundantly absorbs vitamins the year when old acquaintancesare
: A, D and K from foods a
.. .- : at e ld iaad' before they can be utilized by the renewed, when new friendships are
"f ,,':, K 1I ...O body."The practice of using mineral born, when the serenity of Christmas & \\
I Q.IaoI oil with foods Is bad and joins the whole world with one predominating 1I

I )' ,,':,t 1 : 'JIJ lllf 'lfOH to should If continued deficiency people regularly take dl CB8es.mineral can lead Nor oil I, thought-the Fellowship of r 4

t "r +y1I ,ii ''. CUUj an a. regular laxative except upon Man
the advice of a physician
i IIa and then only an long after So send to our V
J ,1" we you
H meals an pcxwlble.
!:' "Many people who think they friends and neighbors
S J' r.. need a regular laxative would findIt \
I 4 unnecessary if they would eat : hearty Christmas wish that
_ _ ; i more fruits and vegetables, whole I of p .
I' }4 ri THE SMART SHOP grain bread and cereals and drink I ; this may be the happiest Yuletide I b1

plenty of water:" i them all, and that the New Year may ,. 41 /I
/ . . . . . . I bring with it, Peace Joy and Prosperity.
i ; .
r ,r Sunnybrook rd V o
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S. ;sr -tr' -' .By. Mrs.. Arsula. . Crawford. . . May Santa Remember. / L.- G
H f: . .
S. ..
S 4 ; : : Direr Inez? Kelly and Pvt. and You Well at Thi Y
Mrs. Alton Dobbs were attendingto
7 business in Jacksonville Wed- Christmastime
_ -" .. nesday. :,"
\toI ... Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Dukes of ," :' I
; New River were guests of Mrs.
r .. -. shiiw syou Dukes' parents Mr. and Mrs.
f b ,.,,..... Kirby Crews, Saturday night. I
Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Hai ,
'v. lop I
: :. oil 4eo7i ttteaut Mr. and Mrs. Fred lIaJ lop and I

4 ....,,',. I Gainesville Mrs. Inez Kelly Monday.were shopping In

: Mrsi. William Crosby and son.
: : Larry Hugh of Lake Butler spent t
1.S last week here with Mir. and Mrs.

1/ea filled W. T. Crosby. Gifts For Member Of The
I- Mrs. J. M. Reddish and daughter Every
, Mra. Jewel Nell and son,
James Reddish of Texas were din-
11' wdhcll
ner guests Sunday of Mrs. Red-
1:: dish's sister, Mr. and Mrs. W.

b A. htl / T. Crosby. Family, and a Very Large Selection

,' AT FIRST ,\,
1' .. \ 316N OF A ,1D


I ,Cold Piepaiation o.dir_ ct.JJ

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: ", I/. | PPREC1ATINC to the fullest eaten 'J"'".",", \.,' :....\." I I.

ISf r"r a ; I the cordial relations existing,between us I [ l

" In the past, we take this opportunity tot l
cordially wish you an old fashioned .,
... V.
k, 8 r Merry Christmas " ', ." Et a r ti s
f 1 rJ Q 0q
r / K
r s May the Happiness and Cood.Cheer '' -

v F Which we hope is your this Christmas ,.
f i never cease in the days to come,and mart .......

: $ the New Year bring I> each of you the
.7h .Afhlamond
Prosperity, Health and Real Happiness .
r Y
you to much deserve. ', yr
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I 2%. 1944 d
LATE have affairs a direct Interest In county millage" or "They' are goingto needed next summer, the Investment coming year, and the production goals committee recommended to 1 duction goals for some crops have : .
CLASSIFY . chology and to It Is mighty good pay do s o m ethtng flue".-They will have earned' I capacity of Florida farms, groves I II farmers. I been made, and completion of the ,1"J\ k
my way of thinkIng. forget that ,
It In
: THEIR OWN 1000. and ranches. The goals for 1945 production task! for the year will ; ,
II Cvlller County Report Too often the people come to BUSINESS THEY ARE TALKING In this connection the report Tare I about the same as those for Farmers on may goals obtain and what full Information is ; require a great deal of planning ''': ,;<'
County Commiay think of the county court house ABOUT. Proitrrwi and permits itself a shudder "whenwe 1914 for some products, a little of them from long hours, and strenuous effort. '; ,
expected their
11 year the as something! dUtlnot and a- success can only be assured consider! the question of how lean for others, and a little more But Florida farmers!!, knowing ,
of Collier County make part from thminelvow.hey when the taxpayers think and the U S. Treasury will manageto for others. county agents and other agricul- that the products of their farms ''I,
tural workers,
which la and they urgedto
act In
report refer ofVK" and '
annual) to the commlsNloncra or Interest national debt are needed and will continue to
pay on a .
"OURS". So there will be ample supplies, do this as soon as possibleand
!lied to th4"stockholders"- other off I o I a 18 as They" of some 200 billion dollars", how- be needed right on through until
e of such an appeal is Time and again you hear nome Last year's report of the Collier ever, the board announces that it the goals for the coming year plan what to do they to Individuallyare the victory Is achieved, knowing that t
going meet
site the citizens and tax. citizen telling another that County Commission attracted "hopes for the best" and pro- call for rather exact productionwith state and national help while they are having to work
or Collier realize that they "They are going to raise the }(\ widespread attention and praise.It mises to "exert our utmost to some products for which reductions goals. harder than ever before the men ,
showed tax collections at 99.9 keep taxes In Collier Countytheonly or slight increases! have No other group has worked In the armed services are having "
per cent which would seem to be taxes we control--cut to the been recommended and production harder or more patriotically to to work and fight much harder :. :
about all that anyone could hope bone". in excess of goals if possible help In the war against our enemies and longer, will do their part '
I'or. Noting a "gratifying response"to with products of which there are and no other. group will again toward victory. ,' fA'-"
But this year even beats that previous annual statements, decided shortages. "Hit the nail do more during the coming year '
amazing record with tax collections the board reports that it has on the head with some of the and right on until the war is won Yen keep baying 1.1_, ;1
reported at 100 percent, "adopted suggestions to the effect crops and try to exceed your than the farmers. The coming '
"100 percent for 21 years" exults that we should undertake a bit goals for some of the others suchas year will be a long, hard one, WAR BONDS v vI vt
the report, "for 21 years"whichgoes of education among taxing authorities milk and forest products" the even though reductions In pro. t
back to the time the countywas In other counties of the I .,
raN..aat organized In 1923. State". I .. r j
r That, as the Tampa Tribune '" .. .
"Wo '" the : -. \
are pro" nay report .;
commented the other day after '
examining the la "of what we have been : ..... . k ': J'J'tt
; report super. able to accumplltih" for the county \: < .:.. :; oi, : '
perfect. However, it had to be to I A' \
M, keep Collier County out In front. by reducing the heavy load '
of taxation but
we fully realize
Since the tax collection laws of
that after all our work bus
the Holland administration were
passed a number of other counties been 'primary school' merelyand
that It will be neeeniaryfor m.i
have been establishing records
: the stockholders to Ixoltheir ,
for tax collections. Some have
brains with thousand of {
even reached the 99 percent for eetln95
others and do the Job In unl- *d
Peptl-Cola Company. Long Island City N. Y. recent years. \ernlty1 fashion".
toed Bottler PEPSI-COLA BOTTLING CO. of Jacksonville. But that la not the only thing . .
that the Collier County report -.< ...
points to with pride. Even before 1 "*
current taxes became duo POSSIBLE TO MEET NEW The spirit of the V ''
on November 1, receipts had GOALS TO HELP WIN WAR prompts us to ;$<;

been Issued. for S4 percent of The 1945 production goals for express to you appreciation of our pleasant
thIN ear's taxes. That how
THE SEASON'S CHEER ever, j Is an old custom in Collier Florida farmers have been set business relations during the past year and
farmers dependedon
County. Property owners and are being to t
not only pay their taxes la saleVance again to come through with most heartily wish you a very Merry .

but usually have It all crops that will help to provide Christmas and Happiness and ''
of food and other Prosperity
ample supplies
paid by the time the November -
discount period endi. agricultural products to meet the for the New Year.EASTERN r'y.
needs of Nation at
which the war
Since the Holland laws,
require Tallahassee approval of In setting the goals, representatives . '
To our many friends and customers-the levies raising pre vious millage, of the War Food Administration .:..;. ." Ii
tax Increases in Florida have been Agricultural AdJust- .'*."'.. b .: ..
Season's best,wishes for joy and hoppiness. -
held to a minimum, the rates being ment Agency, and other state and'edcral \... / ,
By your thoughtfulness you have helped to virtually frozen. But Collier agencies and representatives IF
County managed to thaw them of the farmers themselves
make our Christmas a merry one and we out a little on the down side. It took into consideration the supplies AUTO : tf;:
wasn't much, a reduction of only on hand the estimated needsof SUPPLYi :.
wish the some for you. 1.1 percent. Ordinarily county American armed forces and , r
V. S. ST. JOHN {
boards wouldn't bother to pass civilians and our allies for the !Y .
such a small advantage on to the
taxpayers on the theory that if .
4 they didn't get an increase they iljwEtttjGL.

ought to be happy and that any ,-<\ /
surplus In the treasury could easI- .
ly be spent.
In Collier County it Isn't bo-
big Hpwit. The report shows
that a substantial part of theca
h reserve It being carriedIn
war bends of which the
county hold. $32,000 at 2 1-4 .
VAN H. PRIEST 5c to $1 STORE percent Interest. These are of
a terlcs that can readily becashed

and the board figure Outstanding values in beautiful pieces of fine jewelry
that by the time the money I IsA .
/ for your Christmas giving-at amazingly low prices! I ': ;

C \ :

-- at THE STAG, 139 1 W. Call Street .i; :

tit,' ,r
Lad i e s" 1 ?-J ewe I MAN'S BENRUS WRIST A Real Xmas Special 'a t tis

G R Nationally U E N Adv".r.l...... &17 LADIES: JEWEL_ WATCH LADIBH. Jeweled LATKHT Movements STYLE WATCHES !>*- tt 4'

A fR f l Y bRff b O i WRIST YELLOW PINK_WATCH OR GOLD Nationally Known- u.r. Choice ly pnnilohle Styled-of tt Ninart-Colored -Aecuruto - ;fy(, '

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$S9.50 49.50 Federal '.TaxIncluded up Xmu Roxed .

Federal. Tax Included $15 J to7! Plus Tax i

As you eagerly await. the occasion; of an enjoyable

Season with your friends and family . we iBriJat Set &h/Si

trust you will pause just long enough to accept Buy

these few words of- Christmas. cheer from the personnel of A LOVELY "LIFE-TIME" GIFT Another HANDSOMELY: CARVED s' aq

this firm. dl
Brilliant Dlue White
large diamond with War SETTING a ;
To have served you in the past has been a decided. privilege, I, two smaller atone In F ,7117" '
that carrieswith a beautiful 14 k. net BRILLIANT
Christmas t ;
to a reetmg Bond
prompting us express
I ting. Wedding band DIAMOND
it our best wishes for the coming year. The friendships set' with full cut diamond -

formed these, past twelve months, combined with those other *. -

friendships of long standing, lead us to again renew our 11:4EEn: $75.00r
pledge of service. RI ;
Federal Tax Included Fed. Tax loeJ.

Ladles'Birthstone {
.Beautifully Worked

;;;' The Gift That I* Sure a
'::.,,, 1 To Pleoo { +

a f erI I

3 PC. to 20 PC.

: $3.95 SETS to .


I $35.00 12.50 From $2.95 *

BRIDAL SET Plus 20 per cent Federal Tax

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ROBERT G. GREEN, OWNER 139 W. Call St. ,Expert Watch Repairing A Complete Assortment
For Every Taste"r.


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I ,.! t.'' '( f, \, COUNTY 'l'ELF.GRAPn, 8TARUI" FLORIDA FRIDAY, DJlC'E.'IU1ta: ,.
" ;,l t.. I,,! t : PAGE FOURTEEN The Jape their -
selected short. gave us For
with which it said goodbye to the ; His address is Avery Tyson Y J. M. the Chambers division-to was secure ap- 'Banzai' attack.: the first, night a cozy, for Rome tor

Paraded East River in New York and hello 1-c, USNR, 124 Naval Const. Bn. from 1 48 other islands and I am glad I dug my foxhole
Service ate
1 :li 15. .is. to the Rhine. coo| FPO, San Francisco, California. proxlm throughout the y atoll. Moat of deep bcause the enemy was very The ban gels ting of

.. .. Irlrmfn of ..rde..n .,* **k 4 i: ,t 4V "; .1........ The T.ib for .........tI_.. ftrOTlre. ... ... worn Fifth Avenue to help inaugurate this action soil and pro around me. I could hear the HaUl Thrtce HaiJ
) hlr aetlvltIe. foot on enemy ,
1Nll.g f ting
} T.IMtr.ek ; the
are nuked to ALnkRT talking and hollering all Peace
i L ; the 6th War Loan Drive and they, claiming It conquered. Traveling Jape ;
If. I ; DAYTONA HOSPITAL geon at Turner Field, Albany, were In action on the U. S. 7th BATTLE OF SAIPAN from island to Island, we ran Into night. The next morning the attack And still the,8011I
recently been promotedfrom Army front in Eastern France natives and were surprised was over, with hundreds of oearthAre lilt
p I Pvt. Ervin B. Player, whose Ga., haa many
of Captain to when they read about results of of them could speak dead Japs lying all around us.
t rank
wife, Elsie, lives In starke, baa the to find some begging,
t; arrived at the Welch Major. He la the son of Mr. and the game drive. Soon after that English and were Christians After this failure the Jape gaveus IJraYlDg tor rtI

1 Convalescent recently Hospital the Army'; Mra. Nat Sternberg of Starke. they were pushing the enemy; American missionaries had visited no more strong opposition as 'Twas not Thy Wn|
,,1 center at Daytona back toward the Rhine. these islands occasionally before we kept BO close on their heels should come th at
4 new reconditioning
didn't have time to organizean
RIBBON they The 1.1.
Beach. He entered the Armyin ; GOOD CONDUCT the war. of Man
r{ attack. I ran across some out
:' 1940 and has seen service in Pfc. John B. Grew, husband of S. Sgt. Clifton B. Hayes has On To Salpan But Thou canst on
I souvenirs-two beautiful BUn
has recently prize Ibe
of Starke
tpf Africa, Italy and Sicily. Audrey Grew Good returned to his station at Fort "We left the Marshall to go drum
the Japanese
4 been awarded Bliss,, Texas after spending1 a fur to a rest base-but not for long. flags.To ADd shIne Thine
according to an hospital' manUI'
AtN; 11 DR. STEtt.NBF.KO PROMOTED Conduct Ribbon Ulan- lough with his mother. Mr. P. O. Soon we embarked again, this sky.
dental sur'S announcement from Camp "Our fight continued against
Dr. Sam Sternberg Hayes at Brooker. His address time for the Marianas. We landed
i where he is assigned to a weakened resistance and we were O Father
,It', i' ding the Army is: S. Sgt. Clifton B. Hayes, HdqtAAARTC first on Salpan and I was in the Lord. lVho,
unit of to leave for a rest base a-
headquarters Heaven
Os Ft. Bliss, Texas.NKW fourth wave. The battle here
Service Forces. gain. I was taken to a hospitalfor
.aU'OMUEJIT was much tougher and our progress can make all ,
e : ADDRESSES an extended two-months' rest watohand
tp i slow To our
d a '' WITH SPEEDY OUTFIT Lt. Ralph Rhodes, 398 Fighter "Our first night ashore the and treatment for my wound received misery add Tny sal\
WAVE ah Raise
; Cpl. Morris Carter, whose homeIs Sqd., De Ridder Air Base, Louisi us plenty of action. I on Saipan."I Thy and
.mph Iad..roNlil Mr1*HJItfa at Lawtey, is serving with tl Nips gave time had come. have been recommended for Peace
' ...,lo do end aura lor every type of mfmSMir. :Regiment of ana.Cpl.. thought sure my the Bronze Stat and the Purple
) Sec HTTA,
Sl; .For KinjtBlna'. nwulta-he aura t.Wt *r" the 399th Infantry L. H. Harper, and mortar fire from
I h, 1 t ...Okann-Uiirl.. Over e wows tut, the 100th Division, which has set SBAD, San Bernardino Calif. Artillery landed all around me Heart. Our unit has been awarded
1'4.$'t. t I'i d 1t f KOCII DRUG STORE some sort of record for the speed Sgt. John M. Godwin, Co. A, and( enemy the men who were with me, the Presidential Citation,

i r { 94th Chem. Bn., Camp Shelby but only one in my group was which each man Is very proudto

Miss.AC ,. hurt I attribute this miracle to own.
Arch Thomas, Jr., Sec. I, earth here was "I am now in the best of health
that the
the fact
\1\ FAIL TOVISIT Sqd. B, Box 90, Maxwell Field, very soft and the shells would and physical condition and hopeto Don"t:'eglect'fbem'
visit the enemy again soon. My Nature d..llI11O'd the
Ala.Pvt. sink about two feet below the hk", I
Walter A. Davis Co. D, ambition Is to help end blooatreII''' l".
surface before exploding. Every flowing ,,,.,,.,,.,,
102 Bn., 71 Regt., ITB, Camp] the clickof this war and return ,to good old tOIle Impuntie. b"
of I could hear .,JSTmatter
UOvs Pictured above with a few few seconds iuol/-Ia .,..
Robinson, Ark. Starke.
before the shell the kidney. ,
I the many Interesting souvenirs he the Jap cannon the blood II mot .,
{ Sincerely, I\ood b"'b' 1&
air It
THE IN ALEUTIANS has collected on Salpan and other came whizzing through 'the -Albert G. Kruse. When the k,Idmy fad to I"
Avery Tyson, Y 1-c of the Sea- South Pacific Islands is Cpl. Albert to land within 20 feet of us. .Nature...t. that Intended my thn..1&Mn..,
bees, brother of Mrs. Loca Whit- G. Kruse, whose home is "After the third day we moved te.....One may itiH.r????,,?,..
I DAVIS SANDWICH SHOP ten Butler Is nd who has spent over what we called 'Bloody Hill', CHRISTMAS PRAYERThe peralatent heeduhtpdd'
I of Lake now serving near Starke-'* following prayer, beauti- getting up "h* eotht.<.
in a Naval Construction Bat- the past two and a half years as down on to the airfield. Jap fully appropriate to the Christ- worn under out.Frequent the.,.
allion in the Aleutian IslandsStart a member of Uncle Same fIghtIng planes began to strafe us during ,aanty or boralu". J
WHERE first time, mas season was printed on are eometlmea
V Marine Corp daylight hours, for the furlherd .i
y Christmas cards sent to friends aey or bladder duturbuoTin .
b'. After finishing boot camp at and we saw some swell dog fightsin The. ::' o
here from A. E. Wall, Jr., now In ,I.! a df fist).md p:;'
had the air. erne' mh
Kruse the
Parris Island, S. C.,
FRESH DO NUTS aHtI attacked Hill 600 which the Netherlands East Indies: ret,..rid of &p"J..PT'b: ;,: r
II good fortune to be selected one "We V.'e ,,
I<< than forty 01[ .
f of 60 men ,from among several was the key to the largest mountain Christmas, 1M4{ endoratd the country, lu
Made Every Minute hundred' to-attend the RCA Naval on the island. Our battalion D'o, Sold at all arm' HornDOAN'SPltl,
Can Be Seen Being
,. > A NII Radio Institute in New York City. stormed this stronghold and took Father, on this Christmas Day,
Take Home A Dozen N''I' Of the original 60 men, only 31 it in record time. We were soon The birthday of Thy Son, our 1

completed the course and Kruse to have a much-needed rest. Lord;

'L 40c per DozenHAMBURGERS finished sixth In his class. "Full Drew" Attack Hear us as we_humbly pray
Your. Post-War
scheduled to takea
He was then
"But our little breathing spell
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Planning Now! short course o f amphibious was interrupted on the fourth

Place Your Order Now For training with an the Infantry next three regiment morning by an all-out Jap 'Ban- PEARL'S PLACE

y Made From Fresh Ground Sirloin Steak and spent this at New River, zai' attack. We killed 47 Nips
months doing
The Appliances:
$$1 Following In our Command Post and many
r N. C. And then came another
After the attackwe
fell me.
Swift's Pure Florida round of school-this time in a scouted near throughout the area STEAK ,CHOP

$ BENDIX Marine Corps school dealing with I and killed several hundred in our ,. ,

S I ORANGEADEOPEN AUTOMATIC very high training In commund- ,: zone that day. I .got a Jap of-
HOT cations. This lasted five months ficer's saber and field glasses tCHICKEN
HOME LAUNDRYHOT and Kruse finished third in the from one of the enemy who fell '

R : l4 EVERY DAY TIL 12 MIDNIGHT class. Amphibious Training near me. By this time the Jape 4
to bomb us regularly SEAFOOD
Closed All 'Day Each FridayS POINTREFRIGERATORS Cpl. Kruse writes: "Upon being were ,beginning but their aim waa very
transferred to the Fourth

Marine Division, July 4, 1943, I poor. :
RANGESWATER "The day before Saipan was secured BEERSandwiches
started on my long strenuous
HEATERSAs I was hit. I remained lathe ,
toward the goal for -
training field hospital just long enoughto e

h i; ;! S IF YOU CAN'T GIVE A WAR BOND These Become Avail' which our I joined moat the treacherous Marinestomeet foe, part: recover in the Tlnian sufficiently take .,

FROM THE 0' able We,Will Fill OrdersIn the Jap. "Again on Tlnian I was in an
1: GIVE A GIFT "I left New River, N. C., and i
Order of Application went to Norfolk Va., embarkedon assault the wave first, our to land battalion against beIng NOW OPEN 321 Temple]

a transport and sailed for San

1, I 4i f Wonder }l ft Shop J BED LAMPS Panama Diego by Canal.way of After Cuba a long and and the heavy fire.enfcy The artillery battle and was mortar very

& DESK LAMPS arduous course of amphibious

training, our division prepared to
w i MRS. BESSIE DAVIS PROPRIETOR ))J embark. We were the first Marine
division to leave the States in 0
( this war and go straight into
r OWN combat.
"We landed In the Marshall Islands -
r IA fIII.f.. OILSIINTII When He Shops At Kwajalein Atoll. Upon hitting I

( the g the beach, my first foxhole ; ,
was quickly scratched in the firs)
Wonder Gift Shop $ WINKLER enemy-owned territory taken by

<< .. .. my hands and feet-between a
I\ .
''S' dead Jap and a\Maiine.

1':4'i; ; ?- : 6,000'II ELECTRIC "The original phase of the bat-
tle was over very quickly on
; cy' GIFTS andSOUVENIRS SERVICE three islands we were assignedto

i It take. After finishing our job

' p, ,. 226 Temple Ave. here, our battalion, better knownas I
'Chamber's Raiders'a m e d
To Choose From
for our well-known raider, Col.
sr : ''"' See Our (\

ALLIGATORBILL df' Prompt Service Careful Drivers
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I r Above all other things in our
.Y1 ,
'f4 h;! i WE WRAP MAIL INSURE g '" memory at this glad Yuletide is the = ?,,

5 r :, \l and stamp with "Do Not Open 150 thought of the splendid relations Q

' ll lI fr 'Til Xmas" Seal G Day Night with friends of this organization

.-'- '- '-'- '- who have made it possible for us

t ,; to enjoy a very satisfactory year.

.blkt t, ri ; ' Old Sarge's Place The warm spirit of the,Holiday "

A } d occasion reminds us that in our

STARK&S ''ORIGINAL. friends not in our ledgers; 'do we

find our real assets. There are many /

:} A-R M Y things that make us thankful this is .
1, je V +
I .ur home and for that reason we desire

VJ STORErtvt to extend Seasons Greetings.

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., q '.t By The War" Department Worried over women? '

Please accept he-kind ,withes.and ttncerc
Worried over dough? .

f" E t Operated Worried over Hitler? thank o]all of u,. Best wisliea/or* JoyousChristmas' "

+1 1 By an Ex-Soldier That dirty so-and-so! 'TI;
r'k' and a New Year of much happiness,
/ Worried over coupons? ...

r r HEADQUARTERS. Or your Income tax? I Good Health and Success for you and yours.

;' r t iJ FOR 'ALL. MILITARY SUPPLIES No matter what your worries, -

4 NOVELTIES and JEWELRY Forget it, pal RELAX I !

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Ben Suslow'sArmy And What Better Place to Relax Than at ANDROSELAND -

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if such a feeling will tend to go before the war will be won. .much as possible of the goods and IN CIRCUIT COURT BRADFORD IN CIRCUIT COURT BRADFORD I will on the Itth day of January
I Commonsense make them slow down in their While visiting In Florida after his ('<>11'II'I'Y. FLOHlUAl IN tllAN "Ot'N'I'Y.' FLOUIUAI IN products that are needed, giving C-KRY.
efforts In the C-KHY. Dlacharre aa Admlnlatratrlx -
CONFIDENT program. recent return from the Pacific Dorothy Hnnlna'* e n ConnollyPlaintiff Stephen P. Knoll. Plaintiff. "... Ru- of the idntate of Eunice
[jOKE, THERE That the farmers and others of battlefronts Norman Lodge one blood to the blood bank, and do- v.. Malcolm Connolly, Defendant. firs a Knoll Defendant. Case No. Ada Nlrnmo.Rvellne.
w\K., BUT LETDOWN this country have achieved what of the Associated Press' best war ing all the other things that are CM No. 14tl. I I4SI.ORDER OP PtJBtjrATION lU-4t-l-S| Dirt, aa Adm'x. i
d t would have been considered pro ANn NOTICH TO APPHAKSTATK
: correspond and writers expressed necessary for victory. We havea NOTICE' TO APPEAR
cheerful and duction miracles few Or FIX)R IDA to: Eunice
a Malcolm
years ago the 'opinion STATE OF FLORIDA to: -
are more 'that ,many long hard war still ahead of t. fl. Knoll who* reildenaa !. Shaw
the war than is beyond< question and theM ef- Connolly whO. residence ..
people were too ace Road. Ullford. Delaware.You
1 t about optimistic about us, and it's going to take all our T-OT College Place. College Point.Uueona STARKE Y
It began as forts are largely responsible lor the are required to appear on
,been since end of the war and that this County, Ijnf Island New' ,
January let IMS, In
Increase the favorable advances the efforts to win It." the abovea.m.d
allies very Tork. "
,nd our might prolong the con- Court and canes, wherein TRANSFER
against the enemy.optimism United< Nations have made against filet. You an required to appear ea plaJatlft eeeke .Ivo..... Dradford r t
wre the end the during the NOTE OF THANK January let. 146 In tb. abovenamed County Telegraph shall publish this -
about enemy past :
yearor "Even after Germany is de- I Court and cause wherein Ordr In next four weekly l..uea.. { ;
something that all ao. plaintiff .aek divorce. Bradford Wit.... my tvund and official Local And
rat 11 avoid especially But there Is still a long way to feated-and Germany Is still a We wish to thank all our ,County Telegraph shall, publish .tnleOrder . seal at Stark, Florida, thl November
hould long way from folding la next four weekly lM ea.Vltnene St, II"
up-we friends for their sympathy and
\ hand and efflela Long Distance
my .
have I OFFICIAL SKAL) A. J Thomas
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a long and hard war aheadof kindnesses during the illness and seal at Starke, Florida, this November A. Clerk of eald. Court
us to defeat Japan" Mr. Lodge IT. 15(4.IOFFCIAL William D. Morgan, Jarknonvllle, Hauling
declared. "If death of our dear husband and SEAL) A. J. Ttao_. ria Att). for Pit 11-1 4t IS-tl : ;
tome of. the optimistic A. Clerk of _Id. Court -
\ i fe people who think the Japs father John J, SUgdon.-(Sign Walter C. Hardenty, Daytona Beach NOTira -
0 can be defeated' In jig-time couldsee ed) Mrs. Aseline Rlgdon, Mrs. Flu. Atty. for Plf. 11-1 4t 11-H TO Notice WHOM. la IT hereby MAY CONCERN given that: I 215 Call St.

11 t the hard fighting that our Eva Gentry, Mrs. Docla McMil have flied with County Judge of
) e boys in the Pacific have had to Bradford my Final Account and
lan, Mrs. Lacy RJgcon.: Mrs. MarIan
do thus far to make the gainswe COUNTY FI.OHIUAI I I1* 1I1ANHelen ----
Pennell, Arthur Rlgdon Mrs.J. t'kRY.
have made they would change J. Rigdon and'family.I Florence nianton. Plaintiff .i
ptitL'ght their minds about the Japs being VH. Gerald W. Ulanton. Defendant ii
easy. Those boys know how hard Caao UHHElt No. S44 OF. PUnlJCATIONANP z. a
it's going to be to defeat
Japanthe ciurriT rnt'ivr.' iintnFoiutrouvri. NOTirK TO APT-KAR
only other country besides our '. riLfmiiiti I'll11' .\\'- STATE OF FIXUir to: Herald I
W whose address. U Captain '
'. llantnn
( :n 1<
own that has never lost a war- '. I
R. Chan. Well Plaintiff v". Marlon H. ( Serial No. 0441TS7. 554thMedical
and they're out to do Clearing Co. Al'O SOS, New
the job. V Woll Defendant. (Tan No.
FLORIDA SHELL NOVELTIES COS- To win the war as soon as possible OHDKK OK I'UBL.IC'ATION York. New York C vcnjbouu 6
ANn NOTICE TO ATPKAK; You ar. required to appear on
lIE JEWELRY DING MONO- however aU Americanson !STATE" ; OP FLORIDA to: Marlon January let. 1(45, In the above
TOYS FOR THE KIDDIES the home front aa well as the V. Well, 11. F. L>. No.' 1, Box __... named Court and cause, wherein.
UJ.JIED Kane, l'.nnii>Ivanla- plaintiff seeks divorce and maiden ;
WOODEN' PURSESDE i battlefront-are going to have to You are required to appear on name reetored Hraitfonl County !
DISTINCTIVE 'continue doing all they can do December 38, 1944, In the above Telegraph shall publish this Order : / /
IN FLORIDA O GIFTS FOR ALL 'to win, he averred "Those on the named Court and cause wherein in next. four weekly leauea.Vltn . :
plaintiff noeke divorce. BradfordCounty \ i>n my hand and offl'I.1leal a i
LOVED ONES.DON'T battlefronts are doing their Jobs, Telegraph. shall publish this at Starke, Florida, this Nov n
R and, likewise on the Order In next four weekly I l...uea.Wltne umber 15. 1944. ,
I everyone ...
n my hand and official A. J. THOMAS
:home front must do his Job. And eat at Starlce, Florida, thla November A* Clerk of said Court.I I
;his job includes buying all the 25. "H.OFFICIAL I (OFFICIAL MCAL.) ABOUT
FAIL TO SEE OUR ( SEAL! ) A. J. Thomaa, Knight Knight Starke. FlorldtAttya. ,
I war bonds he can producing as Aa Clerk of aald. Court for Pit 11-1 4t 12-21 r
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a Farmers AdvisedOf ((2)) Observe OPA ceiling prices,
and ((3)) Mark the appropriate
RequirementsFor grade on the beef veal lamb or
TIMES mutton they offer for sale.
Meat SlaughterThere
,! AND WE WITH TIME Farmers are permitted to eIther
. .
haa been a general mis- grade their own meat or requesta
,BUT NOT THE WAYS OF FRIENDSHIP understanding: among farmers retailers federal grader to grade It for
and the public aa to I them.
slaughter requirements farmers: Both licensed slaughterers who s c cw
must meet to 'be In compliance : have been authorized to grade
with existing war meat orders J. their own: meats and farmers,
i r M. Williams, district representative .- must stamp the appropriate grade
i !!! / / of the War Food Administra marks along the chine bone down
iT SEflSOfl'SJ :2J tion' Office of Distribution Bald along the leg and on the belly
with not more than
this week. As a means of clan grade stamps :
fying this misunderstanding the two Inehes apart.
War Food Administration and the All ''beef veal, lamb, or mutton
GREETINGS G Office of Price Administration offered for sale by anyone whether j s
I jj4 4 ? have Issued the following explanation farmer or commercial slaughterer : ;

e Since: May 23: 1944 farmers applicable, must grade be stamped mark. with the I i
Since farmers are not requiredto
have 'been permitted to slaughter
the New Yeoi have a license or permit to
p May / : livestock they own and sell the \'
slaughter, it )la not necessary to
n ?, bring you a full meat therefrom without a licenseor \
have a license or permit numberof 2 a'Yyv'S.S
of permit.A
measure *
the meats they sell.
prosperityM. farmer is defined aa "any I \ I
person chiefly engaged In produc . . . . . . 5C '
ing agricultural products as the \
resident operator of a farm", and Theressafly
the term "own", as related to
', ; , ; t tt1 livestock slaughtered by farmers, Miss Ida HaganMrs. I
e Is Interpreted as the livestock . e . . . . .
which has been grown or fed for J. C. Cochrane and daughter -
60 days or more by the farmer. Irene and Mrs. Lydia Hall tor a
t1 A. KITE I Farmers are permitted to sell were shopping In Palatka Friday.Mr. .
such meat providing they ((1)) Col- and Mrs. Arthur Mllllken
lect ration stamps as required by and children Sylvia and Glen of
Office of Price Administration; Ocala were visiting Mr. and Mrs.
A. L. Sullivan Sunday.
; Mr. and Mrs. L. Burkhart, Mrs.C. JOYFUL CHRISTMAS
A. Beck and Kenney Thomas
were shopping In.. Starke Thurs-

day:Mrs.of last H. week.D. May, Mrs. C. R. and a very Happy New YearIt I

ClIque and Mrs. Ann Sucech of,
14sT -A4alj Gfll with loved and
Hogarth filled his regular within our hearts that we express your ones

fj* appointment at the Hope Baptist our cordial Christmas friends. .
Church ,.Sunday. .
t &&,&.. v-< Mrs. Walker and daughter Greetings to all those whom we We appreciate your patron.

13e ; Helen and D. J. Phillips were have hod the pleasure of age and pledge anew to
>tl! ; YourW visiting in Starke Saturday. '
Ifi u. i The people of Theressa regret .. serving during the post twelve improve our service in every
that Mrs. Carpenter is ,giving up months. Our good wishes g$ way possible to merit its con
her drug store business they all
wish her a very.Merry Christmasand with each of you as you enter tinuance.

( As you enjoy the contentment and merriment of MAIL a Happy New Year. .

phi 1't.,.'}.,,, ,. ', the Yuletide we wont you to know that we will
fg "', be thinking of you and of the amicable associations Relief At Last

that have been ours during the time we have

ue been serving this community. For Your Cough

j ? : It is these friendships that bind our ambitions Creomulslon relieves promptly because Three Friends Barber
1u- It goes right to the seat of the Shop
'to be of the utmost service to all ? trouble to help loosen and expel
germ laden phlegm and aid nature
to soothe and heal raw tender inflamed -

H. C. WALL AGENCY a branes.bottle Tell of bronchial Creomulslon your you must druggist mucous like with to the sell the mem-way you understanding it- Leila's Dress & Beauty Shop

quickly allays the cough or
l" I you are to have your money back.CREOMULSION.
1 1 Harold C. Wall Jos. E. Wilson Ethel Taylor : MR. and MRS. W. B. MUNDY, Jr.
s '1 for Coughs Chest. Colds Bronchitis .... .



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4 t ; of happy relationships . rekindles the warmth YOU, is OUR SINCERE: WISH.
'4: of friendships made during the time it has been L
our privilege to serve LOOK

;4 l To those whose friendly support has contributed so YOUR BESTfor COME. IT HAS ALWAYS BEEN A PRIVILEGE TO

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Best wishes for the Christmas Season and the : OUR CONTINUED INTEREST IN YOUR WELFARE.

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