Group Title: Bradford County Telegraph.
Title: Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Uniform Title: Bradford County Telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke, Fla.
Starke Fla
Publication Date: January 19, 1945
Frequency: weekly
Subject: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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Volume ID: VID04898
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Few Skirts and Silk Stockings Throw Hq. Sp. :jl


rs., 31st Inf. Div.t Into Considerable of A Dither, i

\nderson Says ...Pay Day Comes . Bones Roll I

Official County Publication Established In 1877VOLUMU ;

Molucca Islands, N.R.I. their first "free" show of this :: i ,

SO December, 1944 kind (this is their first stop since SIXTY-SEVEN STARKK. FLORIDA FRIDAY JANUARY 19, 1945 NUMBER THIRTEENDeath t,

leaving N.Y.C. a few weeks ago) f
I Division Headquarters -... to thet but I fear, not their last.
man Is ago right now, will be lady veterans and have New Photostat J I j New Owners li
\t yesterday U.S.O. Camp Show,' plenty of conversational topics by Lays Heavy

3, including five pretty girla, the time they reach home again.

111 eel occupy on the our seen guest The house lassies, ,us- Today Is my birthday and 'tis Equipment Now Take Charge Of :i

ally reserved forvisiting brass just another 24-hour gap in the On County In Past WeekH. ,

ats,. located :50 yards- down the fleeting succession of days that '
road from our In Starke Ice Plant f
<_ are all very much the same and OperationIt
".". office, o n uiebeach. which too rapidly become weeks ,

: .. -The show and months and years. I was a D. Wasdin, Pioneer Farmer of Graham ,I
. will stay'''with "callow youth" of 21 when I Rites Friday used to take half an hour After 38 years of doing business .:

1\1J".. "'. d: .us two 'weeks l mobilized for active duty In the Buried Sunday In Mt. Sinai CemeteryHiram to record a deed In the office at the same stand, W, X* .;

..', while the troupe Army back In November 1940- Daniel Wasdin pioneer his home place from one Riley of Clerk of the Circuit Court A. (Will) Wall has stepped out from q!

does a series of had Just marked my first election resident of Bradford County, GlL on. For J. L PeekJulian J. Thomas. Now It can be doneIn behind the desk at the Starke j,
: e-nlght-etands Ice Company and the new owners j
on ballot a few days previously.The a of minutes.
died early Friday morning, Jan- Throughout the years, until his
: .. V'.p" all over the is- trerd of events Indicate thatI Clerks who form erly stuck J. M. (Maurice) Edwards of
: uary 12-his birth date-after an health left him sometime ago
land. We lucky Leonard Peek 58, died behind Starke and R. V. Coleman, for 4
will be in the Army for some stoically Hat-topped desks
extended illness He was 87 Mr. Wasdin operated his farm
;?\. ; guys at. Headquarters time to come, too. I received a of years successfully, taking on a little suddenly: late Wednesday afternoon at the tedious job of copying instruments merly of Lake City, this week \it I, J

get the few cards from the folks and age. at his residence on Eighth via the typewriter system "took over" the reins. V
He had been: in the State Farm by-line now end then of railroading -
..,>' premiere pert some thoughtful elephant-mem- Hospital for a few days just before turpentining or road COn- St. as the result of a heart at are now engaged In the This deal for one of the town's :i j
form a n c e to- oried aunts. fascinating work of photographing Industrial landmarks has been
"' '" "" i I received dozens of Christmas, but at the time tracting, but never entirely forsaking tack.A ,I Ii
;might lovely Chrl s t m a s greetings, of his death was being cared for his prosperous farm whereActive lifelong citizen of Starke, he these records-eight secondsto pending for some time, but due '\'
The girls, Jo and, Simone though, from many friends and at the home of was born here on April 13, 1887 the page, "developing" the big to' certain technicalities and the q

awn (Chicago), Dot Hollla (Can- acquaintances and I am very his daughter, I and was a member of a prominent record book sheet just like you usual rod tape, the deed was) !

Ion, O.), .:June Hammond (N.T. grateful to them all. I always Mrs. C. B. Rob- j( Starke family, the son of the would a .na p a hot film. No just this week actually recorded :

C.), and Marge Nelson (Pitts said that my birthday and Christmas erts of Graham. I late Comer L. and Harriet Pat chance for errors here; no wasted I In the office of Clerk of the Circuit 1

urg) are' pretty and In theirtwenties I came too close together. terson Peek. hours of verifying; and best of Court A. J. Thomas. State ,
although: I.fear that latter e Funeral ser- For the past 25 years he had all the Instrument, no matter revnue stamps affixed to the 1

phrase pays,one of them a Tomorrow Is THE day: pay vices were held been court reporter in the 8th how complicated, Is down In paper.ndicated a consideration I

handsome' compliment Phil ,Rich : day. By sundown the click of Sunday aft or., Judicial Circuit, starting his black and white, exactly "as Is" of 1070000.

(manager 'Ft.- Worth) and Bud' rolling bones will greet you noon In Rock career under the late Circuit signatures and all. Principal reason for the sale
Smith. (Canton, 0.) ,complete the from every other tent, and Church with the Judge J. T. Wills, and was known Placed In operation for the was the III health of Mr. Wall

(troupe. "raise you five" will meet you Rev. MkSaw' M as one of the most capable men first time last week, the county's who has been owner and managerof
Moat Interesting 1s the effect from the tents between the offIclatl n g. h e in the profession. new Photostat Recorder has already the 10-ton capacity plant sine

| of a touch of femininity on the tents.. Day after tomorrow a was assisted by For many years he was also revolutionized the methodof 1B06.

. local ala, which to say the flood of gliders will descend on the Rev. C. I j prominently associated with the getting instruments on recordIn It was stated yesterday that

least, 'is. terrific ,. .They shave me by the thousands mm thrifty Moody and the Florida National Guard and had Bradford County Housed In Mr. Coleman will manage the II I:

every day, get haircuts (the soldiers and lucky winners come Rev. Herman | reached the rank of Major several at the an upstairs room of the court business and that the personnel J

barber la working overtime). to place their. money In sol Moody. Interj J time'of his. retirement house, the huge machine, com- employed at the plant will remain '

wear all their clothes (and dier's deposits (the Army's meat, under the I I years ago plete with dark room and electric practically the same. Mr.
[ even clean ones);, bathing on bran)( of postal savings which direction of the h Clara In addition to his wife survived Mrs drier Is now being operated' Coleman has a wife and three I
he Is
i the beach Is'now performed In pays four percent Interest and Wilson F u neral ; i Otwell Peek, by Deputy Clerk J. R. Kelly and children who will join him In .
Julian L. Peek Jr.,,
| shorts, and the rough voices so Is for enlisted men only) and Home of Lake < by a son, Miss Lucille Crosby. Starke as soon as he can secure h

often raised In vain are somewhat ,bonds, or come to send the City, was in Mt. now serving with the Army In As an example of the speed' housing ace o mmodations. He ,
sisters Mrs. F.
and four ,
| stilled. lucre home by Personal Trans- Sinai Cemeterynear until recently Italy, E. K. possible with the equipment, Mr. recently completed 22 years of
and Mrs. Ferry
Miss Hammond, dancer and fer and Transmission (free of Graham. in spite of H. Long of Starke Mra. J. 11. Kelly stated that 41 lengthy oil service as an engineer with the

est looking girl In the troupe, charge, too), I, In turn, dump Mr. W a sdln's man both leases were recorded this weekIn State Road Department.Mr. .
i-omes In to use this very type- It all back on the Finance Of- wife dinSeptpmber his advanced' years .) ', ''- Rltch of Jacksonville of Miami.He and Mrs.Fred one day. Without the photostat Edwards la well known

riter, sits down and dashes off ficer, where it all came from 1943 Mr. Wamlln Is 'pictured .;"Jr, ,. Sayles member of the machine, It would have tak- here, having also been an en-

50 words or BO a minute catchup In the first place! with a stack and his only re- here < .' Masonic was Lodge a the I.O.O.F. and en two girls four days to type gineer with the Road Department
her mail from home, of the fllled-ln form. and carbon -
ng on maining brother Shriner. the same leases onto record for several years and at presentthe
hUe the office force tries valIantly copies that accompanies passed away a on the chore n.. was Funeral a services will be held sheets and two additional days owner-manager of the Brad-
[ to on "business as Army money like wet accompanies He for verifying.
carry week. later.
about bin. farm this afternoon (Friday) at the ford Engineering Company.
i." Sometimes the girls wear rain water. is survived byeight After they become more experienced -
residence with the Rev. W. J, i Roger Battle, faithful colored
and silk stockings in- Since last April one OI in our home.
dresses I ,, :
Churchwell of the Starke Mth- : and familiar with the employ who has been with Mr.
stead of those eternal and ,Infernal Quartermaster Company, who is Roberts
Mrs C. B. edict Church officiating. : equipment It will be possible to Wall for 21 years and who
slacks that female personnel very good at rolling the boneson Mrs. .. Ch".-
record 50 instruments I six
----- n "like
Interment will be in Klngsley knows the machinery a
are supposed to wear and the blankets has salted away exactly ley Fogg H. M., L. R. and R. S.Wasdln he grew principally such staple Lake Cemetery under the direction I hoUrs, Mr. Kelly stated book" will remain with the new

(effect Is like. turning on a BOO- ,13,550 In four percent sol all of Graham; 'R. D. crops as cotton, corn and pea- of DeWitt 'C. Jones, Whereas recording has been a owners Other loft.-time employee -

att light bulb Iia dark. room. dier's- deposits.' A lieutenant Wasdin of Deming' New Mexico; nuts. constant process In the past, the who will 'continue In theirsamefapaeUlev
Uis.. .. .area iFR& colonel's base pay .is only $3,500 of W. .Memnd ..J.A. ' ..
These wM
> W1''Wasdln: ; ; Of 'a progtfftaive" nature, for I photo ta4 equipment wUlbe'opcrated ,, ' ate R.: ..V Conway,
in taedleoreay; arereceiving' per year, thus'It's easily ,deduced Wasdin of Patterson. He is Rites Held TuesdayFor *
a very 15 years he 'served 'as presidentof Only two days a week, on and BMrke C Ellington.
more male attentionthis that this khaki lad's "private"career also survived by 2O" grandchildren the Farmers Union Local "Dad" Pender Tuesdays and Fridays People' the
loss to
week than ever before In la a profitable. one. all but one of whom were which finally''broke up"., he rue- with "rush', work" are asked to Practically the only Wal-
staff will be broad-grinned
all their lives, and after the e present for the funeral and 13 fully explained, "because of too Funeral services: were held I bring in their Instruments on '
shortage, we hear This la the last time I will grandchildren. Tuesday for William Dorsey those ter Gumming a not her colored
manpower great much interfe r e nee by speculators days.
with Mr.
exists at home their ego mustbe write In 1944. I sincerely hope One of the county's most highly ." (Dad) Pender in the Kingsley employe who had been
Inflated least GOO '45 will present me an. endless citizens, Mr. Wasdin Wall for around 20 years. IDa
at per respected The number. .of friendsand Lake Baptist Church, with the Bank Stockholders
large ,face will be missed from
cent. ICU be tough going parade of interesting topics to came to Bradford County 60 Rev. H. M. Tillman officiating smiling
home to all the'4-Fa and married Inscribe for you. Most of allI years ago-a young man of 27 ''relatives from all parts of He died Saturday as the result Announce Deposits the delivery, truck by his.customers
would like, In '45, to write In the Bradford and adjoining counties, but he's still sticking
.men again. looking for opportunities of a heart attack while drivinghis
e e about V-Day. Then I could newly-opened frontier of Florida.He who attended the funeral Sunday automobile near his Kiogsley Increase 36 PercentThe with his old boss. "Mr. Wall
home and tell all this attested to the high esteem In needed one of us to help with
Of course we had an air raid come you drove to thla section In an Lake home. Stockholders of the Flor- "
[last night and treated them to In person t ox cart from Pierce County, Oa, which'this man i was held., Among "Dad" Pender was a well- ida Bank at Starke held their odd jobs around the house, he

a trip that would mean but a those from out-of-town attending known local character, having Annual Meeting on Wednesday, said yeste r day. "Since Roger
hours now, but required six the1 funeral were Lt. 'Jewett C. been here for the knows the'ma.chlDery so good It
few an operator
Jan. 13, at which time all directors
School 'Children' Given 'March,of Dimes days then. There was no set Fogg. Ft. Benning, Ga.; Mr. and Postal Telegraph Company for and officers were re- was decided for him to stay at

tlement at Graham in those days Mrs. Tom Wasdin. Jessup, Ga.; many years and. also conductinga elected for the ensuing 'year. the' plant" and I'll go with Mr.

-not until the T. & J. Railroadwas Mr. and Mrs. David Miller Na- 'lunch counter business. In 'recent The annual report showed -that Wall.
established several year slater hunta, Ga.; Mr. and Mrs. H. H. he had been employedas '
ContributeThe years there was'. steady andsubstan-
Material Public Urged to at- Thomas,' Karleton, 'Fla. and Mrs.B. .
; but Mr. Wasdin was ; ''a bookkeeper at Cook's Gro tial Increase In the volume of Parrish Meeting
tracted to the section! by the .,:A. I Thomas, Mr. and Mrs. S. cery.
customer activity with an Increase
and B: Sparks, Mr. and Mrs. Duggar Called by RectorThe
good farming land boughtthe ,
Dimes coin cards were placed in Interment was in Klngsley of 36.44 percent in de-
familiar March of that still comprise. Jones and others of Starke., '
the hands! of Bradford County school children ,this week, acreage Lake Cemetery under the direction posits. Deposits as of this date Rev.' Grover Alison has

always do) filling themas bf DeWitt C. Jones, are $2, 30.000.00 The local bank called a Parish Meeting for the r
who promptly set about (as them to President A. E. Wall Dies Funeral SaturdayFor bearers were Lacy Conway, Pall-I continues to supply Ration Banking Communicants of St. Mark's

full as they will stick and forwarding Thomas, S. E. Sparks, Earl Cook, servlce'for Bradford and partof Church for Friday night, Jan. 19,
Roosevelt whose humanitarian mind first conceived the In Jax HospitalWord O. R. Prevatt 'Bruce Saunders and the Rev. J. : Clay'' County. at eight o'clock.

idea of a nation-wide annual campaign for funds to fight C. Harper. During' the year dividends amounting ',
received here at 1o'clock' Funeral services for Ossle R. i The Rt. Rev. Frank A. Juhan,
infantile paralysis.Fred was He Is survived by his father to six percent on the
afternoon that Pre vat t, life-long resident of Bishop of the Episcopal Dioceseof
the 1945 Thursday Araunah Pender of Greenville stock paid, and the
of ; capital
chairman will be held Florida will address the groupon
Bradford County, ,
A. E. (Blrt) Wall, well known four daughters, Mrs. F. D. Wilson report stated that based upon
drive in Bradford County an- d nC" the
of Starke had just died Saturday afternoon at 3 o'clockin topics very Important
resident Rectory, Va.; Mrs P. E. the excellent! condition and present -
the cards
nounced that Church of the members of
yesterday the Woodlawn Baptist Interest
THE In St. Luke's Hospital, Jackson- Brannen, Kokomo, Incl; Mrs. V. earnings of the bank there
had been distributed and called upon //p ville. He had been moved there Lawtey. Interment will followIn Mark's Church. This Is not to
l W. Boring, Starke, and Mrs. C. are good reasons for the person-
adults the children fill '1 the Lawtey Cemetery. Rev. be a church service but a pariah
to help Wednesday for treatment from a
C. McGhee of Norfolk, Va.; two nel of the bank to presa forward
the cards so that they may be sent Of hospital In Tampa. J. Raulerson of Jacksonville will sons, M. W Pender of Norfolk and help in every way possibleour meeting. All church membersare

on to the White House as soon as I lIfI( Funeral arrangements had not conduct the funeral and arrangements and C. C. Pender of Starke; three war effort, and to expect a urged to be present.

possible.'Coin boxes have also been I been announced a t press time are In charge of DeWittC. brothers, Roney Pender of Bur year of successful operation with Litany and War-Intercessions

placed in prominent places about \ ///1,1/ yesterday. Jones. lington, N. C., E. Pender of satisfactory earnings. every Friday night 730.: }:

town and shoppers are asked to be Mr. Prevatt died Wednesday In North Carolina and R. C. Pen

liberal in dropping odd change (or Buck Crawford the State Farm Hospital wherehe der. of Tampa; and two sisters, s

these during the had been for several days. He Mrs. T, A. Ethrfdge of Green- Births & Deaths Must Be Reported"Florida
even bills) into Killed In ActionMrs. had been In 111 health for eleven ville and Mrs. Marvin Murrlel
next ten
days. years. Richmond Va. made for each birth '
law that be
Ht! Crawford of the requires a report
Americans Daisy
Last 5d -
year minionI He Is survived by his widow, He Is also survived by seven and death occurlng In the county," Dr. Irving Abrama, director '
Bradford Countyby section in Union County
I contri but d to the be climaxed in Midway
Carrie Prevatt: a daughter stepchildren, Mrs. Prescott Gill,
Health Unit reminded the public
of the
her Clay-Bradford County
President's Birth- has received word that son
March of Dimes and these the annual : his Mr.
Sepia Prevatt parents Mrs. L. B. Hughes, Jr., Mrs.
Buck Crawford, week in that henceforth the recording of vital
It will be held Friday Sgt. Seeber ( ) thin announcing
i funds made i t possible for day Ball. and Mrs. R. M Prevatt, Lawtey, Joseph Simmons of Starke, Mrs.
26 In the USO Club, was killed In action on the West- statistics will be handled by his office.
the National Foun d a t i ion night, Jan. three brothers, J. C. 'and Fonsoof Benny Noonan, Jacksonville, Pvt.
Dec. 23.
Washington, Front in Europe on
to corner of Temple ern Lawtey, and Mallie of Jack- Jackie Daniels, WAC, Ft. Den-
through chapters provide
whatever is, neces- and will begin at nine o'clock.An He was a paratrooper with a sonville, three sisters, Mrs. J. S. nuiff. ACMM: Wallace Silcox, nmTHS: Within ten days after birth of a child the phy-._

care victims orchestra and floor show Glider Infantry organization. Eunice and Mrs. S. J. Futch of USN Seattle. Wash, and MM siclan or midwife in attendance 1s required to file certificate of
to restore to polio will be Crawford was well-known
sary from Camp Blending Sgt. Lawtey and Mr. Purvis Brown 1-c S. L. Silcox, .on sea duty birth with the Local Registrar. When no physician or midwifewas
their maximum physical and complete In Starke and has many friends
features of the evening of Orlando. with the Navy, and 18 grand- In attendance at the time of birth it Is the duty of the
independence. This I aid is will be announcednext here who regret to learn of his
children. father or mother to make the report witlfln ten days..
given regardless of the age, race, week. death Before entering the service -
In DEATHS A certificate of death must be filed with the
creed, or color' of the victimsOf he was employed as bOok- Delay ReplacingLost
the funds raised locally Aid Course keeper a t Denmark's Furniture Ration Books Noted EvangelistTo Local Registrar. and a burial permit obtained before the burialor

throughout the country, :50 per- First Store In Qtarke.. Be At HeilbronnWalter disposition of the body. The undertaker (or person acting'

cent Is sent to the National For InstructorsMrs. Word was also received thatJ. The local ration board an- as undertaker) Is responsible for making the report of death.

Foundation and 50 ,percent remains O. Pennlson, Jr., was killed in nounced this week a new policyfor Zvoda, evangelist and PENALTY FOR VIOLATION OF LAW

in the county where raised, .. T. H. Osborne, Chairmanof action on the same date in the issuing replacements of lost lecturer, will be at the Heilbronn Any person who for himself or as an officer, agent, or

for use as the local committeesees First Aid, Water. Safety, and the same area. The two boys lived and destroyed ration books. Church, Sunday, Jan. 21 at 8 employee of any other person, shall refuse or neglect to perform

fitLast Accident Prevention for within-half a mile of each otheron All applications for replace- p. m. lie has travelled extensively the duties required by.this Act shall be deemed guilty of

year the United States Bradford County Chapter announced, Amer-a the Providence road' near ments must be on file In the local in France, Italy. Egypt, and misdemeanor and upon conviction thereof shall be punished bya
ican Red Cross, has Lake Butler. office for 60 days before a new' Palestine that
taking pictures so "
sustained' the second worst epidemic instructor's course to fine or not ,less than $5: nor more than $100.
first aid book can be Issued. 'I he might Illustrate with them the
of Infantile paralysis ever the south wing Mrs Gloria Greene has been appointed deputy local registrar -
Jan. 29 in
These new are
begin John W. GaineyFuneral truth of Bible prophecy, _
to hit the nation In the history of the USO-YMCA building. made on an order from the OPA Mr. Zvoda returned to this for the entire county and all births and deaths occurringin

of the disease. More than 18,000 AU persons who have had first services for John W. district office In Jacksonville country just before the outbreakof Bradford County should be reported to her. Between the

people were stricken. Mr, Guy aid standard, and advanced and Gainey, 55, were held Sunday In this war and since his return hours of 9 a. m. and 4:30 p. m. she will be at the clinic on
points out that were It not for like to take the Instruc Lake Church street 74. After 4:30 she will receive reports
would Elzey Chapel Cemetery, Notice Truck Owners has shown his pictures on the phone
the dimes and dollars tor's training course please get Butler under the direction of, screen and lectured to thousands at home, 622 North Cherry street, phone CO.

the people in previous drives, In touch with Ms. Osborne or DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home. Beginning February 1 all truck of people. The Rev. L. O. Hem- Dr. Abrams, as director of the Health Department, will act
who arenow '
thousands of children call the Chapter office, 35. He died at his home In Orlando, owners must apply to the ODT ingway, pastor of the church merely in a supervisory capacity.
recovered from polio might All instructors In the Chapterare Jan. 10. He baa many friends office In Jacksonville for their urges everyone to atend this
still be disabled. to take the course as I -, --. -
this -
in section. -
urged and relatives new gas coupons. service. I - - -- ---
As Is customary, the drive will a refresher.



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Believe dreda of games, books and magazines to this total. -
I Sure, They wreaths and plants were
High officials
THE BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH In Santa Claus distributed. A total of 14,500 ding desire to voice of Camp Bn, ?\.

Christmas cards were made avail- to all organizations appreclaUon?
At Camp Hospital] and
Established 187 e able for patients to mall. als who helped make 1ndlvhlu.

E. L Matthews ______________ Editor and Owner Is there a Santa Claus Bradford County citizens contributed such a merry season at Chrlstmlll the
Patients In Camp Blanding's 125 gifts and 1370 cards hospital camp

Publl.hC"f1'f>('kl.y on Fridays mid Entered a* Second CUIM Matter huge Regional Hospital ,believe

at the I'ost Office at Htarke, Florida. there is, In the person of the
citizens of Northeast FlorIda.A .

This Great Country 0 THE S O R R Y SPECTACLE b ywhirled J. _HARRELL F" __ review nf__ holiday Activities_,__
of another "conWasn't -
i Built By scientious objector" quot- It in said that young folk around and went out conducted by civilian organIza- FRESNAND
tions for the benefit of hospitalized -
Conscientious Objectors ins Scripture in a vain live In the future and.okl folksIn the door like a forked streak
pftpmot t o explain his the past. of lightning down a yellow men included parties presents -

'. failure to report as directed by the draft board was The youngster In school today pine tree. Yuletide decorations'and
presented the other day in Jacksonville. Fittingly and looks forward to the time when Up till then most of us children free long distance calls home

properly he received a three-year prison sentence for he can run a locomotive, fly a had the idea. that Professor Doole Every patient, hospital orderlyand

his refusal to comply. "Thank God we have enough plane or tell some hard-hearted was a dried up old bag of bones Wac assigned to hospital
banker where to jump, while an duty received a filled, stocking.
people willing to fight to continue their and your right like chuckles who didn't even know how to In addition. 1700 presents, hun- VEGETABLES
codger myself
h of freedom and worship," said wise Judge D. A. De- laugh but when he found out
when he thinks o t something:
Vane in passing sentence. funny that happened long, longago. what the excitement was all a- WE SHIP ANYWHERE IN U.
From their frequent quoting of Scripture we gather bout, he threw back his head I AT FIRST S.You're .
that these objectors are basing their plea on the teach- and laughed until tears ran down : SIGN OF A -U
ings of Jesus Christ, yet He at one time told his disciples I remember when Welton his wrmkley old cheeks. In fact, : 0'" DICANDIO'SCurb
I'rofmer and I were about ten
he amused that he
was so highly
] that they should "render unto Caesar the things
old attended the
veai-M> we gave us a half-holiday while he
that are Caesar's; and unto God the things that are three months. summer school at went for a walk to commune us.:666'ColdPrejJar Market
God's." He taught men to obey civil authorities in Deep Creek In the Rig Swamp with nature-or to chuckle to I

civil matters and God in spiritual affairs. section of Florence, S. C. Old himself dont know which. fion. aL itterJJ ....... -"-,- -
One of the best answers to the so.called "conscien- man fools linen was the --" -

tious objector", it seems to us, was contained in a let- 't4.'lIl'h4'r.' and If he didn't rule
ter written some time ago by a sub criber to the with the "gloves' off It wan because -

Christian Science :Monitor. He stated the case as follows ]- he was afraid corns kind.
/; : would "grow, in the palms of my . Have a Coca-Cola

PreMnmably the conscientious objector banes much of his his hand from handling a 42-
'" Inch hickory so often and so
religious objection on the statement wherein Jesus told

) M to love your enemies. bless them. that curse,you do regularly.One of,.the prettiest little girls

fI good to thorn that hate you, and pray for them whichJ that ever chewed sweet-gum rosinIn
despitefully use you, and prosecute jou." Yet surely it inpowtlble school was Sarah Martha Pos-

r,', to defend oneself physically and still continue to ton, or at least that was the
; love one's fellowman. I do not hate a robber who has entered opinion of Welton and me. One

P my home, but I do everything possible to see that day Professor Doole sent the two
:me" \(' be Is apprehended. of US to the spring for a bucketof

If the Barons had been conscientious obJectors" King water and on our way backwe

,,John would never have agreed< to the Magna Charta. If stopped to, talk to an old 1n
the Puritan and Pilgrim had been conscientious objectors negro man who was cleaning out
he' fence jambs on a farm near-
the Indian would have made short work of them. If
by. We boys thought there was
!! the early Americans had been connclentlous objectors, we
: I nothing ,(hat an old negro man
I't': ,would still be a part of the British Empire and there didn't know so Welton asked i
: would never have been a United State If the Northerner - Unel-Bob a question that was ,
:i! had been conscientious objectors, we would have let giving; him no little trouble toget $ zir

f;., the South continue as a separate country and today our ; < answered. After beating around -

wonderful country might consist of a group of small nation the bush a spell, he got h 1 + f y r
}\J like the Balkan group desperate" and blurted right; out ?
w.:, 'I Surely a consclentlou objector does not object to the "Uncle Bob, how can a fellow tell I 0 r sAl l

!" Police Department protecting< him and ,his home from the when the girl he loves loves r' !
..: him?"
\ '
assault of an aggressor. He would phone for _I..tance
Old Uncle Bob leaned hit
:j just as anyone el'lO would.. Vet he feels" that he Is not '
grubbing hoc In the corner of
., ;.S! morally bound to help repel tile Invader when the rights the fence Jamb and mopped fLl
of his fellowmen are threatened. ,
his sweaty brow. "Sonny, the
J Ji-(:; let us not IN soft and oay-golng any longer as'that Is best way I know to be sure of l -
': Just what an' aggressor' would have UH be. A God-fearing that Is to catch one of these
Christian could not be a conscientious* objector., scaly-mary) fence-running llz-
r zards you see around here

I, And that letter in our opinion doesn't leave the take It to where your girl am,
turn It a-loose and If the critter -
"conscientious objector" a leg or even a Bible] verse
towards the she
4' ,' to stand on. loves runs you. If it runs' the girl other, . or allies enjoy a friendly pause L !

way-well, she jus don't, thllt'ltall. .
I tntinuous Warfare MANKIND FROM THE ." lr !
i:":. To Curb* DAWN of time hoi had Welton and I made ;a cross There's friendly phrase that speak*:tha allied language. It's llv a Coke
!\\v. to continuous marie in the middle of the path:
wage a
I, ," Friendliness enters the picture when Ice-cold Coca-Cola appears. Over frosty 4 F /i
Ravages of Disease war f are for survival. spit In it to give us luck, sat the

Throughout the countless bucket of water down and went bottles of ice-cold Coke, minds meet and hearts are closer together. It's a, sj .c _
the earth has circled the over to the fence lizzard hunt-
t years sun there always has t' '
', J been the vital need for alertness to danger-whether Ing. We finally caught a fine happy custom that's spreading 'round the globe. Coca-Cola stands for the :
specimen of the kind Uncle Bob
AI;1 the threat be occasioned by animal hate human greed had recommended and once backIn pause that reJresbes-has become an everyday high-sign of friendliness among
; or the blind inroads of a terrible disease.
the school room we passedhe .
,I I Fresh in our minds is the memory of last summer word around that we were people of good will. !(*. natural I for popular names

when infantile paralysis struck America the hardest going to place Sarah Marthy on to acquire friendly abbreviation
: blow the nation has sustained in the history of the the spot and learn the Inmost OTTIIO UNDEt AUTHOtlTV OF Mil COCA-COIA COMPANY IY, *. That's why you hear

f through the public's forethought In contributing dimes Then while the oldest students STARKE BOTTLING CO

and dollars to the fight against were reciting Welton got
polio a great
O 194! Tk. C-C l Cart
,1 of epidemic; aid was put into motion immediately. To out In the aisle, yanked his
states homemade breeches up so that
stricken the National Foundation for Infantile
1 he could stoop over caughtthe
; Paralysis sent doctors and
nurses physical therapy
Uzzard behind its head witha
technicians, as well as respirators. supplies and financial thumb and finger, pointed
\t k aid. with his other hand at Sarah .h.

1 J', Florida, fortunately seem. to be one of the states Marthy whispered something "Wiat, hey goto'to
less susceptible to the inroads of polio but we have no In Its ear< and turned It loose!
guarantee of continued immunity and such is the Instead of running! to Sarah + y J e

mysterious quality of this disease that no one can Marthy (in spite of the firm
push Welton gave in that direction 9 .. out next!
\ predict where it will strike next. At any rate our M faring
'f': good fortune should] not, make us less eager to help ) the old lizzard whirled ..
:a those who are less favorably situated. around and ran up the poor boy'sbreeches .
Welton to
leg began
""i4 Because of the alertness of the National] Founda- hop, skip and dance around the
tion and its Chapters the best of medical]
care was room while the rest of us beganto
rendered every victim regardless of age race creedor snicker which gradually grewIn .

color. We like to think that the dimes and dollars volume until the house was In TIATS the question which rays . light which will be .
contributed by the people of Bradford County helped an uproar. p ,
than in \
:has been asked with every even better sunlight
make .
that possible. Remember this when you are Professor Doole came a-run- t
asked to contribute to the March of Dimes now under I, nlng, but before he had a :,. advance in lighting . from many ways because it is light

way here and make your contribution "with one hand. chance to wallop Welton even t41a candle, through lamp and which is engineered to do a

I on your pocketbook and the other on your heart. once out ,"Walt the a frantic second,boy!Mr. Doole.yelled'/y\ gaslight to electric light..but 100% Job, day and night.

i Wait a second until I get this we know what the next step That lighting is part of

.ook Silly Now, i ion't NOT MANY WEEKS ago fence-running llzzanl out of will be . it will be light not tomorrow's Electronic Age...
) Americans were preparing my pants and you can beat me
They?- to the darkness. . it's something to look forward
1 to celebrate the defeat all you want to!" Then he /(4 Just pierce
Those V-E Day Plans of Germany. The \ \ but light for effective seeing to...something for which you

celebration threatened to \ for whatever the job . light can plan and save right now. ,

9' y become a disruptive orgy. Concern over the situation 4 \, to protect eyesight...light toimprovehealthbyintroducing
caused k
p employes of the Boston and Maine Railroad to e \ \

''r pledge support of the war effort after V-Day in a I itcsasA. eeaJ 4:tuartt ceMnoow-:
message that should not be germ killing and health aiding .
forgotten although at :/
::1':1'r present victory in Europe seems farther away than
it did
last summer. The message says:
r ; "We don't know when V-Day over Germany will

be : . but when it does come, we . know how
tVA we're going to 'celebrate.] : -J '
a "On V-Day we'll, be working-full time full speed. "

There aren't going to be any parties. Our men aren't
t 'xoing to spike the switches and get together for any

whoopee 1 There won't be any empty desks in our -

I We ask you not to ride our trains that day to go
celebrating. 11 C t
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1 "Most of us will go to church. We shall thank f I t

Cod, and pray for speedy victory over Japan. We
urge 4 you to do the same. WE FITFire

"Probably it isn't any of our business what you do
, on V-Day. But complete victory is everybody's busi- Insurance
ness. The time you might be tempted to take off to your REDOTKlLmUTTtow *
4 from your job puts every one of us that many hours personal needs. Call Ebctnc S.f wn Y 5 u'e.plr 1 ut n /.

farther away from the victorious end. The uproarious \

spirits you might bring to partying would fall E.
Charley Johns
'y pretty flat, when you bumped into Bob Jones or Mrs.
Smith or any one of a million other Americans with Agency
r,' boys in the Pacific.
"We . make this Phone 13 STARK FLA.
plea now, so' you'll have plenty
f of time to think it over. And we make it in the sober i

conviction that only on the day of total victory, and IUpr Mltlna, THE TRAVELERS. Hartford

not before., can any of ua afford to let down." INVEST IN WAR BONDS TODAY FOB AN ELECTRONIC KITCHEN TOMOBBO

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By. .Joyce. .Atkinson. .! . .

Sgt. and Mrs. Dave.Galney of !r
itlaml were visiting relatives {
ere this weekend.Mr. Knov-s ?
: and Mrs. Leander ParrIsh o f
nd daughter and Bryan Conely
jid' son of Trenton attended ser-
flees at the Church of Christ
day and were dinner guests spft
Mr. and Mrs. Cooney Tyler. ,
Mr. and 'Mrs. Lee Green and
ally were visiting relatives In .
ickaonvllle Sunday.Mr. .
and Mrs. B. F. Hazen, y
bs. Alice Oliver Miss Lubedla . t. S 'Ji
nholster, John and Truby Pin .,' Sid i
later, Mrs. J. P. Roberts, Mr.d _" ''
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Mrs. Ralph Hazen Emoryd 4
George Hazen attended the .,.-
oral of Hiram Was din In Gram -

CpL Sunday.Harold Layfield of Val- Y our \ Ir
sta Ga., was visiting his fam ... ..
I\-._ _
last _weekend.Mr. D ', ..
and Mrs. Jack Simmonsd
son and Richard Simmons of ,:
Gainesville were,visiting Mr. and family ;
Irs. Ncwn Mott Sunday. ,
Mrs Balney Mott is now em-
Dyed at Camp Blanding. I'm '
are the Camp Is very fortunate; Newn her services.Mott, Mrs. Rufus mightb ; \\ \ S*% :i
lIen, and Miss Lubedla Pin- '
olster were In Gainesville Mony. -
Mr. and Mrs. Ed Polk were in '
|tarke on business Monday. S
Mr. and Mrs. Lee Crosby and e ; ,, :
I. B. Crosby were In Gainesville ,.[\;..; S
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Everyone Is Invited to Sunday; :5 .
chool and church services atie 1 ;:
Missionary Baptist Church \I next.- .',\\'o(1" .; - .
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It's hard to believe that someone nearest and dearest to you might be the very next in this community -


S to feel the dread touch of Infantile Paralysis --- But such 'is the nature of this terrifying


disease --- No one knows where. it will strike next. Your child may be one of the thousands who

",.: : ..10.1. will wake up ,one morning twisting and turning their beds as they burn with fever and struggleto


straighten spasm-drawn limbs. Yesterday their legs raced through a routine day at school],


s perhaps a dancing lesson or a carefree game of their own invention. Today --- '
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a ;55(5 5k tS their legs won't work. In spite of all the skill of modern science, more children

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contracted infantile paralysis in 1944 than in any comparable period in recent

rm ., 'o;;; I I years. But now each unfortunate child will have every:' chance for recovery

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:', through the complete scientific aid provided by the National Foundation for In-

fantile Paralysis. Remember this when you are asked to contribute to the Marchof

Dimes this week and next. Remember that the dimes and dollars you give now will protect


adalle ?UatR 7 ,ced these children --- perhaps your own child --- from the ravages of this dread disease. Contribute

PAINTYou'll .
be amazed it how quickly and to the March of Dimes with one hand in your pocketbook and the other on your heart.

easily you caa brighten op drab room ,".
with SPRED. On coat co"sI. NoIrlrrodorl
!No brush marka!buy to
|*Mb-itajrg dan longed Come laS a This Advertisement Sponsored by The Following Members of The Victory Club ", ?
S today D.elle< ; tintioo that SPRBD U auperlor/ to
c#1aenage e ddlA/

1)98OALLON Blanding Center :;V.' CITY BARBER SlIOP" Member F. D. I. C.


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,\ Baptist Circles Miss St. John Methodist Circle Chapman SpeaksTo .Human Lives"

I! SOCIETY and CLUBS Have Royal Wins SlippersAt Met MondayThe Church GroupOn the A.Baptist J Thomas Board, Chairman of of

,;' Service ProgramThe Cinderella Dance first business meeting: of Thursday, Jan. 11, L. P. served as toastmaster for Deacons the ,

j Parties the new for the Woman's Chapman Superintendent of the casion. Mrs. L. Oc-
year A.
; ''Series! ; of Lovely! Birthday Royal Service and Program Miss Alice St. John was the Society of Christian Service took State Prison Farm addressed the aided at the Canova pro.

"1 Given In Starke During Past Week Meeting of the WJMU of the First recipient>f the Cinderella shoes place Monday afternoon in the Chaplain and Ministers Allianceat 1 songs. Mrs. Lax organ Green for farnillar
Baptist Church was held Tuesday -black sling pumps-given at and 111:11:
a luncheon meeting given by
church with good Ethel
,1"I Methodist a Biggs
I yr 1 Archie Green, five year old son white and had "Happy icing.Birthday, with 28 members and a visitor the USO-NCCS Club's weekly attendance and m u c h Interest the ladles of the Baptist Church. and Miss Jeannette gave Priest a vocal duet

: of Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd J. Green, I Linda Kay" in pink the guests were present. Tuesday night Cinderella Dance. manifested.The His subject was "Volcanoes in accordion, solo. gave an
anniversary After games Her Prince Charming was Pvt.
celebrated his birthday Inter-
cake. Circle presented an meeting was opened with
with the
when served Ice cream Meridlth of Center
Percy Hq.
Wednesday afternoon the Southern
esting program on prayer by the newly elected presi-
| Small baskets of candles were
his mother entertained for him I favors and the honoree Baptist work for the past century Co.. Camp Blandlng. dent, Mrs. W, E. Middleton and
at their home on North WalnutSt. given as These Tuesday night'
received lovely and use- The Southern Baptist Convention delightful routine business was transacted.
I. f many was organized in 1845 events are held in the recreation Mrs. I. P. Shepherd, secretary of
ful gifts.
Yellow chrysanthemums and have taken their room beginning at 8 o'clock and'
I! Present were Shi Ann Smith and they as minion'stUdy, announced that the
maiden hair fern were used in Linda Spaugh, Brenda Lewis, Jean goal In this centennial year "one each week a new "Cinderella" is next book for study will be "The

'. profusion In decorating for this Mundy, Mary Angelo Forrest, million souls for Christ." chosen, who receives a pair of I Indian In American Life" by O.

lovely party. led Wayne Alexander, Billy and "'Sis Mrs. W. B. Alexander led. the slippers or some other attractive I E. Linqulst. The president an-

After Archie's enjoying sister many, Judy games, he and ter" Hazen. .Cecil Naftel Jr., Bible Study andtaking part on personal gift nounced that the seminar of the
by :Mrs. W. G. Gainesville District would be
Michael Forrest, and Gene Shel- the program 'were
I his little friends were Invited into ton. . Proctor, Mrs. A; J, Thomas, Mrs. At the Wednesday G. I, Wives held In Ocala on the 18th, and

the dining room for refreshments Mrs. Sale was assisted by Mrs.J. Florence Moore and Mrs. H. L. Luncheon the menu was escollop- that the local WSCS would be
h and cake.
of Ice cream
ed potatoes, health salad, glazed .
A color scheme of yellow and B. Sapp, Mrs. W. B. Mundy Lawson. Prem circlets hot rolls, coffee, represented by several members.Mrs.
I' aquamarine was carried out in Mrs. Foster Shi Smith, Mrs Wal- Mrs. Hough, president, presided MIddleton gave a beauti- .4 eSx
and assorted cookies. The very ?
ful inspirational talk and was
the dining room and repeated in ter Spaugh, Mrs. James Lewis, over the business session and delicious meal was prepared by '
The Mrs. Cecil Naftel, Mrs. W. B. followed by Mrs. A. Wood, spiritual -
course. '
the the following officers and com- Mrs. Geo. Mathieu, and Mrs.
life leader, who chose as her
with ecru lace Alexander and Mrs. Purvis Hazon
table covered an
mittee chairmen James Llddon. A jitterbug exhibition -
centered with the of HamptonLake. submitted subject, "Behold I stand at the
cloth, was
birthday cake iced In white and reports and outlines of their was given! after lunch by Door and Knock."

,',' beautifully decorated In yellow An elaborately decorated birth- work for the quarter: Mrs. Char- Mrs. Virginia Kolek and Mrs. Mrs. W. B. Sewell, chairmanof
Audrey Stump. The remainderof Circle One, had charge of the
,.' and aquamarine. Five yellow day cake bearing the inscription les Torres, Community Missions;
candles topped the "Happy Birthday to Lou", and the afternoon was spent with program and her subject was
:; birthday holding five pink birthday candleswas Mro. R. A. Thomas Mission I I the -making: .of plastic bracelets, "Opportunities for Helping: the x

cake.Dainty little baskets, carrying the central feature on the Study; Mrs. Ralph Alvarez, sewing, crocheting and bowling. World towards Christianity." Mrs.

\ out the chosen color motif, and : table at the charming party Sat- Children's Home; Mrs. A. J. Those present were: Katherine A. Z. Adkins sang: as a solo

'::".:, holding assorted candles, were urday afternoon, given by Mrs. Thomas, Stewardship; Mrs. H. L. Mathieu, Stella Bartsch, Margaret "Lord, Speak to Me".
"i, presented to the children as favors Lex Green for her daughter, Lou, Brownlee, Enlistment; Mrs. Car- Ann Young, Ada Hoyt, Vivian Mrs. A. W. Anderson made a

},1. of the afternoon. on her fifth birthday anniver- rie Ingram, Training School; and Dumler, Kay Brown, Audrey plea for more help at the Red!
/' Mrs. Green was assisted In Mrs. Ralph Alvarez, Young Peo- Stump, Virginia Kolek, Eleanor Cross! rooms, where they are en- BOUNTIFUL SELECTION

: : serving by her ulster, Mrs. Simeon sary.Dainty corsages on frilly lace ple's Leader. Stout, Ruth Faucet, Margaret deavoring: to make 500 kits for

r Phillips, her sister-in-law, Mrs. paper nests and carrying out the Mrs. Alderman, treasurer, reported Ozburn and daughter Patsy, Inez soldiers going: over seas. 'A number OF
Nelson Green and Miss Ruby pastel color scheme made a verit- 176.61 given to Casey. Mary Stanfield with Char- of those present signified
.;. Oreen. able flower garden in which the Missions in December. Mrs. Lex les and Jane Ann, Vera Katz, their willingness to help In this dlIa( [Pha [
,," with theN nestled. After Beatrice Childs important; work.
Those Invited to be cake the cake was Green read the report from the Stephanie Kapel, .
:. 1 young honor guest were: Walter cut and served each little girl committee appointed to draw upa Virginia Liddon, Doris Saunders, It was announced that the cir-

4'; '> and Carol Jennings, Fay and was presented with one of the constitution for the. society. Mary Jan.e Chrlstinaon, Allie cles would meet Monday, Feb. 5.
\ Grace Thlgpen, Lorraine Bulling, corsages as a favor.' Chlsholm and Rosalie Herzog. 'Circle Number One will be en- Make Your Valentine Selection
Sue Ellen and Margaret Ann Gaily colored miniature parasols Co-chairmen ,for next week are 'tertained by Mrs. J. B. Cottrell

Phillips, David Can ova, Lou adorned each 'little guest's Dance Honoring Inez Casey and Doris Saunders, at the home of Mrs. W. B. Sew.

Green Roddle Struth. Elizabeth dish of Ice cream. Tulip crepe John and Lyle who will prepare the luncheon ell, on N. Walnut St. Circle Two

, Ann Harvey, D. Ritch and Phoebe paper hats, repeating the pastel which will be served for 25c. will be'entertained by Mrs. T. J. While Stocks Are Fresh
:" Green. Randy, Linda and Ann color motif and worn by the AndersonThe Anyone who cares to come please Griffin at. her home on N. CherrySt.

'. Johns, Freddy Lewis, Delores children during the refreshmenthour call ITS (USO-NCCS) Starke, .
i Marshall, Sharon St. Peter, Clair added a further note of: Woman's Club Was the for reservations. The meeting was closed with a PECAN DIVINITY
';A Jean :Mundy John Mack New- gaiety. scene of one of the outstanding fervent prayer by Mrs W. 'J.
, social affairs of the MAPLE WALNUT DIVINITY .
season Wed-
some, Carolyn Lloyd, Mary Agnes Many games and contests were Churchwell.
,.' Matthews, Emma Jane Canova, enjoyed before refreshments were nesday night when Mrs J. L. Woman's Club CHOCOLATE PECAN DELIGHT

I'i'l Joyce Friedler, John Adams) and served. :Mrs. Green was assisted Anderson and Mrs. A. W. 'Anderson Plans To Do Ladies Auxiliary PECAN BRITTLE ALMOND BRITTLE *
n.: Donnie Brown In entertaining and caring for were hostesses at a for- '
mal dance More War Work To Meet McPHAIL'S FRUITS NUTS & *
Present with Archie for the Lou and her little friends by her honoring their sons, TuesdayThe SELECTIONS

event were both his grandmothers mother, Mrs. y, L. Harris. Lyle and John, on the'lr birthday.The PECAN ROLLS *
Members of the' Starke Wom- Ladles Auxiliary'of the
tU! :Mrs. P. M. Barefoot and
About thirty young' folks were guests were received by _
Church will meet
an's Club held their regular Presbyterian
1 Mrs. Arch Green. Invited to share the afternoon'sfun the hostesses and J. L. Anderson,
1 meeting Wednesday. Jan. 10. The Tuesday, at 8 p. m at the homeOf
with Lou. and Lyle and John. Each Now
: guest Showing A Complete AssortMent -
ri, Mrs. Guy Sale entertained Tuesday was requested to write his" autograph program was In,,charge of Mi. Mrs. K. G. Duncan. Mrs. W.
L. A. Canova chairman of the J. Chandler has charge of the of Valentine
:' afternoon at her home on Cards. Make
t: Little Miss Betty Lou WainwrIght In the two albums pre-
<;} American, Committee. She devotional and will present the
I W. Madison St., in honor of her Home
;I was honored on her first sided over by Mrs. Martha Anne Your Selection Now.
d9 t daughter, Linda Kay's 3rd birthday birthday ann 1 versary Thursday Johnston.The introduced her speaker, Miss Rev. ,and Mrs. C. M. Worthington -
1 Grace who the of Lawtey as guest speakers. -
t anniversary. afternoon of last week' when her decorative Interest Phelps, spoke on .
I The table was covered with a mother entertained at was rehabil l tat Ion. ,;of farm homes .
a delightful -
centered in
j I/$ cloth'' in the birthday motif and the snack room which which is being carried on by the The Worthlngtons will speakof
party at the N. D. Wainwright -
/ was lighted by tall white candlesIn
:, matching napkins and plates home on Clark street.. crystal holders. A lace-covered Farm Security Board. their experiences with 1 the KOCH DRUG STORECOURT
Chinese people, as they knew
were used. The cake
birthday Early" spring flowers, artisti- I table held the huge birthday cake Hostesses! for this meetingwere
i was beautifully iced In pink andWi1 cally and to ad- Mrs. C. F.i Ward :Mrs. N. them and are bringing with thema
:, arranged placed with violets and fern arranged & CALL ST. STARKE FLORIDA
i Chinese costume, a Malaywoman's ,
D. Wainwright :Mrs.: John
vantage in the living and dining around It. Dainty squares of cake, ; Ug- i
costume and various
rooms were used In .decorating. salted nuts low, Mrs. Frank Wilson, Mra.
j j1 and assorted candles .
other dress articles and .
f Shortly after arrival the young were attractively placed. At each Hogan Smith, :Mrs. W. R. Morse curios many; -:-.- n. .- -- -,- --.-.-.-- -- -.- .. -
Wi1 guests were invited into the dinIng end of the table there was a and Mrs. Fate Brtvwn. They served .' .

', room for refreshments of Ice crystal punch bowl,' presided over hot chocplate,/md sandwiches.The WOODMAN CIRCLE .... ..

cream and cake The little tots by Miss Janet Anderson and Miss most important item of .. ,
were, seated around the dining Anne Wilt. business discussed was *the decision There ''will be Installation of : HI4

table which' was covered with a Music for dancing was furnished ,of the club ...lo devote more Woodmen Officers on Tuesday T;
I .' gay birthday cloth and centered by a six piece orchestra.ors time this year to Red Cross and Jan. 23. All members are urgedto
1 with a beautifully white I Iced other war activities.Of attend.
[ cake, topped with one little for the afternoon were pink r

wi I candle. and blue crepe paper hats. --- .
Dainty pink crepe paper baskets About fifteen children were
: holding ass o r ted candies present to enjoy the afternoon
t marked each guest's, place.. Fav with Betty Lou and her mother. r

)ri Starke's'' ,

""f The

.: finest _
all the varied thrills in the Anlce Green was just short of 9 ,; r vK9
; restaurant B world, bet there's none that can breath-taking (in filmy blue, while A

.I.II beat the super o n e of hearing Janet Anderson and Ann Wilt +
I I" and barSIZZLING \ from your husband after he has ,(younger than the rest, but nota A

been reported missing in action bit shy) looked simply out-of-

. That's what happened to this world In long blue taffetas

I Edna (Hutto) Wells . Last . Hear Myrtle Anderson
week she had one of those of- brought out her heirloom cake

A A .? ficial War Dept. telegrams stat- ; plate and bon ban dish for the

': ,. ing that Mallon had been missing occasion . Both lovely items
-a J STEAK $' ,V' k"i.I since Dec. 22. .. Then this week are gold encrusted and studded

( 3r.\ she received a l letter from him with genuine turquoise inlays

-IQ LOBSTER .". '''' :' ''... dated Dec. 30 and stating that . Really exquisite . Seems N

,.. ,!;''h'1 :" . . he is all right f Seems he rea- Lyle was on the receiving end

I! SHRIMP: M ..', lized.he would be reported miss- of 18 good, sound licks with a

I". ing and urged her not to worry, belt, but "Cooter" escaped . .
y Y although he couldn't tell her
0 CHICKEN >.> .41 ----
ti '.% where he was, said he couldn't You don't takechances when you
O j 3 3ft Spotted an' Jotted: Dot a=.'' I*.
o write any more, nor could he W
w ) Reese here from Max-
receive letters from her .
r well field for 15 days . Her- bring your prescriptions here to
1'1 B l 9 bert Green, Dot's brother, here
73I sq Another thrilled' young feminine from Cherry Point for 10 days at

\ I :: V/ Callstreeter this week was the same time . Isn't Uncle be filled. For every prescriptionput

$, Lil Sternberg when Capt. Chas. Sam considerate I n arranging

0t a,1e& W. (Wally) Stewart arrived in these little get-togethers .' . ,
r/J town for a visit after 28 monthsin Madge Middleton back from a into our hands ,is compoundedwith
i o.t .
.x |r try O tpl'pl' d td ced the Southwest Pacific , week-end In Tampa and full of
f\\\ \). Wally, you Temember, dates backto details concerning scientific the
\ recl1' Camp Blandlng construction Ann Dlllard's wedding ,,. Ann, accuracy-with
wO (00.\\\\\
our who's
visited here on several occasions -
days 4 His home is Savannah,
ij, Ga. , Other welcome visitors is the daughter of Betty .. finest quality drugs. We give
deliciouslobster Dillard .
arriving at the Sternberg domicile , a hostess at one of the 'J. :
8 this week were Elsie Stern- Bland ing Service Clubs! for several 'I ,

w O ., berg and husky young son, B. J., I years . ", Surely envy Nor- ,',. .' prompt service, and' above all, you
ma Jean
". Adam's (Mrs. H. H.
OMI 4 t ti tr < who're here for the winter ) ,." '
-. Elsie's just received an S.O.S. ; ability to go noseless even on the ,' tJL' .

ijf' 50 from Ben, her 1st Division I.t.I I bitterest days . What with ; .' V get, exactly' what your: doctor

\ 1" " '' Col. husband, asking her to scout stockings getting 'S c a I'cer an' *- .. '. *X. ; ".
i.' *' . scarcer , ; -f
n nL i 'I' around! and send him a complete
outfit'of underwear and other .
( 1 personal accessories and effects Nice family gathering at the

. Seems a German shell land- Lloyd Green home Wednesday
ed right smack In the middle of night In honor of :Mrs.: P. :M

'" 'I the supply truck that was carry- Barefoot's birthday anniversary .
. .
: Ing his baggage! '* . I Party was given Greenn!
v three daug h t e r s, Inez ,
-- .Juanita
Phillips an' Sara Bare
phi' The younger net is still) buzzin
..\ foot . Incidentally; how I
\ about that lovely dance given by
envy brilliant locksof
\ : Myrtle an' Alice Anderson Wednesday little Margaret Ann Phillips,
night in honor of their
H'f youngest . Can't help
respective sons John an' Lyle but think how
; they'd look in ,
. Hear Freddie Wimberly was technlcolor . (
surprised with a beautiful corsage -

i1 ,323; Temple Avenue her admirer of white. carnations. Frances Colley from Well the,little guess black that book about for windsup this :r.h e1( J/o.r i

looked quite dazzling In her ahlm- time ;' So long . See you lathe
m.. mery white formal with scads of next . Phone 64 Starke Fla.
'r. black bows all over the skirt . ,
f' I Carolyn.

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I of LOCAL NEWS Miss Irene Lewis spent the Friends of Mrs. Paul Bridgeswill Mrs. Henry Rosier of Lees- Baptist Circle One chairman. Mrs. T B. Harding;
BITS week-end In Gainesville with Miss be sorry to learn that she is burg returned to her home there Community Miss Ions, Mrs, K.!:
Rosa Lee Thomas. still confined to her home witha Tuesday after spending a week Met Last WeekCircle Lennon; Children's Home, Mrs. *
Mr. and Mrs. Nat Goldman bad cold. She has been 111 with Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Mundy, A. J. Griff; Mission Study, Mrs.
nator and Mrs. Hal Y. MainesuLake E. J. Dahmer made a business have returned to Starke after two since before Christmas Jr. One of the Baptist W.M.S. Jesse News 0 m*/ ; Stewardship,
Butler were Sunday trip to Lake City Monday. years spent in Ozark Ala. Mr. Samuel Goldman left this week Mrs. Selma Thornton McCall met Tuesday afternoon. Jan. Mrs. L. D. Haines. w
&tsi of Mr. and Mrs. H. V. Mrs. W. E. Thornton. Mrs, Selma Goldman is replacing his father, for a buying trip to New York left Friday for a month's vaca- P, with Mrs. L. O. Powell and Mrs. Stallworit and Mrs. Miles I
]g I( ht. McCall, Mrs. Kate Dixon, and Samuel Goldman in their army City. He will be gone two weeks tion in Detroit, Mich, Southwhit- Miss Etta Tyson. The meetingwas were welcomed as new members. :
'ot.. and Mrs. John ,McGoogan ,Miss Annie Mae Thornton were supply store here. and when he returns, he and Mrs. ney, Ind., and various points in i opened with prayer and The offering taken was $17. 'f''
//I. aldosta Ga., have moved to business visitors to Gainesville Lt. W. H. Smith of the Mer- Goldman will leave for an ex- Canada. Her husband, Pvt. Z. scripture Mrs. Powell reading.discussed the At the close of the meeting
A' ke. Capt. McGoogan Is sta- Thursday. chant Marines arrived this weekto tended stay in Miami Beach. W. McCall was killed in actionin I new
year book and appointed the following the hostesses, assisted by Mrs.
wii, d l at Camp Blanding, and Blllle Ross of the Wonder Gift spend a 30 day leave with his Mrs. Guy Sale and Mrs. W. B. France on Oct. 31 He was I
J. and chairmen for M. P. Gahagan, tie r v e d sand-
are residing in the A. Shop Is taking a brief vacation wife and family. They live near Mundy, Jr., are spending several with the 36th Division k
the new year: Enlistment chairman wiches, cookies and tea to the
from work because
home. of her health. days In Miami.
Hampton.A. :
Mrs. D. W. Moore spent the I Mrs. Clyde Priest; Program 1ft members and visitors present.
s. E. H. Register and daugh- Mrs. J. W. James and Cpl and J. Loudon of the R.E.A. at S-Sgt and Mrs. Curtis H. Cold- week-end In Hampton with her chairman, Mrs. W. R. Morse; Secretary The next meeting will be with
Catherine, of Miami, were Mrs. Ralph Petty were shopping Keystone and tag recently ,made a trip to
Heights City Clerk sister, Mrs. Thos. F. Brown treasurer and literature Mrs. L. G. Hemingway.
Mrs. Register's mother, In Jacksonville Friday. Miami, Instead of Mr. and Mr's.W. .
ng Annie Lou Godwin, recently. Carl Johns spent last week in _lit "_ '_" _" "_ . . ,, .u. 'u_,, _____ _,, __
Mr. and Mrs. Frank A. McKinney Washington D. C., on business. B. Mundy, Jr., as was statedIn
s. D. E. Knight, Mis. H. V. a previous Issue.
are visiting Mr. McKin- Mrs. L. D. Green returned
ht and Nancy Lee Knightt ney's mother, Mrs. Block Parrish Thursday of last week from New Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Melton I
Wednesday In Jacksonville. in Jacksonville, this week. River, N. C., where she went to attended church in St Augus- BEDROOM I .
see her son, Pfc. Inman Green, tine Sunday.
> rf before he left for overseas duty. Mrs.. F.; C. Holllngsworth and

Second of Christ Inman has been an Instructor on .daughter. Penny, are visiting in SUIT -
The Coming the Marine rifle range at New Gainesville this week. a ,
River for the
past year or two.
1st class Petty Officer Carl
Mrs. Rene Garcia has Just returned Carter of Vero Bench spent the SOLID ELM
HEAR I from Texas where she week-end here with his wife. They
stayed while her husband was had as guests his mother and 6 Pieces a'' .aa 1 -1 't(I

D. stationed at Camp Hood brother, Jack, of Jacksonville.Mrs. I
Cpl. Elbert Edwards returns to Vera Le Vasneur has returned Large Hound Vanity +
,Camp Forrest, T<'nn., today after after an extended visit In Mirror Double or ; '
spending a 12-day furlough with Washington, D. C. Twin Beds
hIs mother, Mrs. Mae Edwards.He .
Eddie Davis was In Jacksonville '
IRST BAPTIST CHURCH of STARKE Is stationed with the Medical on business Tuesday. $209.50
Detachment at the General Hos-
Cpl. and Mrs. Walter F. Bowen x
,_ A MESSAGE OF'IMPORTANCE TO ALL pital 'there. were Sunday dinner guests of 4
M. Ray bin recently enjoyed"visit a Cpl. and :Mrs! Lonnie 1IIn rtln.
SUNDAY JAN. 21 11 A. M. with relatives in Lakeland.
Mrs. A. V. Long and Mrs. Allen
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Campbellhad Canova and daughter, Carolyn, of
as a week-end guest Mr. Gainesville
were guests Tuesday r
Campbell's g ran dfather, J. M. of Mrs. S. E. Brownlee, Mrs. J.
In Invitation Is, Extended To All To Attend Campbell, Sr., of Palatka., M. Brownlee and Mrs. Earl John-

Mrs. Margaret Moore and son, son. Friends of Mrs. S. E.
David Wayne, recently returnedto Brownlee will' be, klad to know
their home in Belle Glade that she has greatly Improved
-WISDOM I after a visit here with Mrj.. D. from her recent Illness
W. Moore Mrs. E. M. Rooks, Mr.: and
which comes from many years of "fine ;Lt. Bill Edwards left Wednes- Mm: T. A. Hunt,, of Gainesville,
Serving in this and surrounding com- day for the Redistribution Centerat were visitors here'Monday. While 7 OR.9 PIECE
Miami Beach after spending a here Mrs. Rooks attended the '
t 'munities is at the disposal of all who
leave here with relatives. meeting of the WSCS at the DINING ROOM
seek 'our economical service.
Mrs. E. H. Smith spent Mon Methodist church. .
day in Jacksonville.Mrs. Mrs. Jeanette Kincaid has returned SUIT
O. E. Ray of Monticello to Tampa after a visit
Is spending the week-end with here with her brother-in-law and
't Mr. and Mrs. L. S. Edwards. sister, Mr. and Mis. O. L. Beas- Up
Mrs. Linnie McCulley and Mrs. ley
AMBULANCE SERVICE Lilian Conway attended the fun- Mrs. William Blair, who for JUST ARRIVED NICE SELECTION OF THROW RUGS
eral of their grandfather, Hiram the past two and a half years -
Wasdln, in Graham Sunday.Mrs. was employed at the USO on
Funeral Director Debby Thomas, Mr. and Temple Avenue, has resigned her IT'S A FACT YOU CAN DO BETTER AT
Mrs. S. E. Sparks and Mr. and work there and is now employed
', ; / ,, Phone 7 Mis. Dugger Jones were among at the Canova Pharmacy. John H. Denmark Furniture Co.
STARKE, FLORIDA those attending the funeral of Friends here regret to know
J Hiram Wasdln, Sunday. that Mrs. Doris Scott Cornell, of
Misses Louise Stern, Dorothy Ormond, is seriously ill in a hOs- ,
Her father Fred A, Scott,
Swanbom and Lucille Mitchellwere pital. ,
I n Jacksonville Thursday and Mr. and Mrs.: W. A. Scott WE BUY GOOD USED FURNITURE

evening to hear Jose Iturbl, the spent Tuesday with' her In Or- I _

pianist at the George Washington mond. ,.. .. .
NAT SEZ: Auditoi'turn. Mrs. Mae Dlckins of Sanfordis '. .
t Miss Annie Mae Pearce of the guest of Mrs. W L Wall. -
It took me ten years to get Jacksonville spent the week-end Mrs. Joe Noegel Is 'a patient T

used to seeing a woman. with a with her mother, Mrs. Bertha in the Lakeshore*Hospital Lake Q-

cigTTretie: ,hanging from tier !lips,, Pearce. City. .*,. i

and now I guess It's gonna take
another 20 years to get used toseem' AN, EVENT OF SPECIAL INTEREST TO LOVERS OF GOOD FOOD

'em smoke corn cob pipes.
But with the cigarette shortage

getting worse and worse", look .

like to It.the gals will have to come MIDNIGHT SAT., SUN. MON. New Eat Shop Featuring

JAN. 21 & 22GREER

GARSON. ::1Frlf fJft a" '

i las the boomtown-beauty who knew what

IN THESE ;. she wanted...and got itl I.' -
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I Kosher Meats TemptingColdCuts '


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$19.95 .Yfd $yy Corned Beef ASSORTED PLATES


suit to wear every hour of Potato naiad,
c the,day. With simple accessories !

SPRING I sports, It's or to wonderful wear to the for Tongue .' ham, beef, pork

office. Dress It up for the .-
evening. Trim stitched dosingle- 4MMpicnics Salami'h
tail fitted waist and eese, lettuce ,
COATS pleated skirt give It a -go SAVORY ,'
everywhere" air. Together again in a great M-G-M romanceMRS.PARKINGTOK- Goose Liver mayonnaise '

NEWEST and .
Sandwiches made from pickles -

....,. --- these delicious meals


EFFECTSIN and French breads.

Scan flay by ob.rt Ifwwwt and folly.10....l_d en MM No...l,by .InmMtt
easonably .22.50Sternberg's Pine** by TAY GAftNETT frodut.d by LION CORDON

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SIX 19. Ily,
\\ . . . . . . MIss Hazel Brown of Jackson . . . . . . daughter Carolyn of Waldo were County Telegraph'shall publish this. 1JT CIRCUIT CopIiT --...f
. . . . . . this Order In next four weekly Is- COlrNTY. BRAD \ y
ti ville was the weekendlest other Sunday night guests of Mr. and CERY, FLORIDA la :CyA: '!

Theressa HamptonBy parents, Mr. and Mr*. Leslie New RiverBy Mrs. Clarence Frazier and famUy. sues'Witness seal at starke my hand Florida and, this official December Sylvia Lawrence M. H. Tarer. Plaintiff

.1. Brown. 10, 1841.OFFICIAL Tager Defendant b
"i Mrs. M. C. Sweeney Lee Parker of Palatka spent the School Marine ( SEAL) A. J. Thomas, 2601.
H. C. Surrency, Corps,
::: By Miss Ido Hagan Clerk. of said Court.L. ORDER OF'
4 . . . . . . Friday visiting with friends here. . . e . e . . is spending a brief leave with As. M. Huffman. Florida National AND PUl1LI'ATIO TO

Miss June Johnson of Jack- Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Raulerson his parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Hank Bldg. Jacksonville Fla.. Atty STATE OF FLORIDA APPIA!:

'I'I'\ Pvt. Walter Swindell of Camp Mrs. Leeree Rhoden has ten returned sonville is spending some time of Starke, spent Sunday with Mr. Surrency. He is stationed in for Pit. 1-5 4t 1-26 M. Taver.address whose Is reeidenrerlmalting I.lft hl
after spending "
Croft, S. C., Is spending a 10-day home in Brewton, here at the home of her slater, and Mra. J. S. Snowden and fam Pensacola. IN TUB COUNTY JUnfiK'9 COURT' Street Ypsllantl MlchlsanT''a'
/ leave with his mother and days with relatives Mrs. Dorothy Williams. nilAUFOlin. COUNTY. FLORIDA. You are required I
Uy; also Mr and Mrs. Delbert E. T. Young was in Georgia on tn
Ala. ESTATE OF CLARISSA M February 2, iV"**' J
IN RK-: 1945
friends. Leon Moorer of the Merchant In ..
:. Alice Bennett and son Green of Lake Duller. business the first part of this CROSBY, deceased named Court and'caum.. who olf
r Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Kelsay Mrs. Marines, arrived Sunday for a week. NOTICE OF INTENTION TO :MAKE Plaintiff seeks divorce. '
D. C. are Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Andrews nredtoj
were business visitors to Palatka Jackie of Washington. brief visit with his grandparents, APPLICATION FOR FINAL DISCHARGE County Telegraph shall
guests this week of Mr. and Mrs. and Mrs. Reddish Andrews at- Rev. and Mrs. M. T. Knightand this s.Order In next four publlehtt
u Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Horace May. He Notice Is hereby given that 1 r weekly
funeral of Hiram Maxvllle attended
tended the : of
i Martin Hersey, Jr., went to H. D. May. has been attending; radio schoolin have filed my: final report as administrator .ueWlln" hand Ii I>
Jacksonville Thursday of I last Mrs. George Williams and Mrs. Boston Mass Wasdtn at Mt. Sinai near Gra- church here Sunday and were ef the estate of Clar- seal e8tsrke Florida. H,0'flfJ, '
'p.. ham Sunday afternoon.Mr dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. issa B. Crosby deceased. ; and thatI nary S, 1946. j ,
week. lie has enlisted) In the Frank Williams were visiting D. Leo Wiggins, UST, Mrs. Wiggins -' have filed my petition for final (OFFICIAL
k. U. S. Navy. W. Johnson and family In Jack- and daughter, Marie spent and Mrs. E. L. Kelly and John Su rrency. discharge, and that on the list As Clerk of SEAL said )Court.A J. Thoth!

: Mrs. W. D. Garrett of Sta.rkespent sonville last Thursday.Miss Saturday visiting relatives here. daughter, Helen were visiting Mr. S 2-c Beryl D. Casey of Day- day the of Honol'abl.January 1945 E. ,K.I will Perryman applyto TiM.. Huffman, Florida '

Monday and Tuesday with Ida Hagan of Theressa their and Mrs. Gerald Adkins and family tona Beach spent Wednesday County Judge of lTadford County Bank BIde. Jacksonville, Fla Nauo r
The Wiggins' are making fInalreport for PIt. "
Florida, for approval of said !
her mother, Mrs. J. P. Dickinson. : spent Friday here visiting rela- home in Jacksonville after residing Sunday.E. with his parents, Mr and Mrs. and for final discharge at. 1-6 it I.

Mrs. J. P. Dickinson was a tives and friends.Mr. here for some time. A. Sapp, a Jacksonville ship- T. L. Casey. administrator of the estate of
to Palatka, Wed- Mrs. Burton worker, returned to his work Mrs. Clarence Frazier was in Clnrlsna H. Crosby, deceased =::.':
business visitor and Henry Mr. and Mr*. Robert Touchtonand yard This 2nd day of January, A. D.
t k; nesday. I had as Sunday dinner guests, Mrs. Van Douberly were there Monday after being off Gainesville on business Saturday. 1945. b. '______t

',: Mrs. Sidney Griffis and son of, their son-in-law and daughter. shopping in Jacksonville Satur- eight days with a bruised finger 1-5 4t 1-28 Hugh Administrator.B. Crosby,

Lake Geneva are spending a few' Mr. and Mrs. Allen Clark of Mrs. Rachel Hodge and children FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCH -

days with Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Gainesville.W. day.Misses Bar bar a and Betty of Lawtey spent a week OF STARKE IN CIRCl'ir COURT, BRADFORD

Grlffla. H. Maxwell recently returned Horne and J. W. Home, Jr., were with Mr. and Mrs. O. B. Moody. Corner Call and Christian sts.I I CnilVTY' FL.OHIIIAI' IN CIIAN-

Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Cochranegave i I. after spending several recently shopping in Gainesville.Mr. Robert Ward, who has recently); Rev. W. G. Smedley, Pa-stor Henry CKHY.: 1<'. Units Plaintiff vs. Ruth

a barbecue dinner Sunday In I days/ In Jacksonville.Mrs. and Mrs. Percy Griffin been discharged from service and Services as follows: M rtatta. Defendant. Case No.

., honor of Pvt. Walter Swindell. Stella Collins of Melrosewas have returned to their home in Is now employed at the shipyardin Bible School each Sunday at 8S09.
''t' Many friends attended and a nice the guest Sunday of her Jacksonville after attending the Jacksonville, "spent, last week- 10 a. in.Preaching AND NOTIC'FJ' TO APPEAR

't 1 time was had by all. daughters, Mrs. Gordon Wads- funeral of their uncle, Colen end with his wife and children. and communion services STATE OF FLORIDA to: Ruth

)I'' Mr. and Mr. L. R. Lambert of worth and Miss Marian C. Johns. Johns, last Friday. While 'here Mrs. Fronle Moody spent last at 11 a. m. and 7:30: p. m. M.Myrtle Rattn.Avenue whose, Albany residence, New Is York.257,

Washington D. C., and Mrs. H. they were the guests of Mr. and week-end with her son-in-law and Prayer meeting each Wednesday -, You lire required to appear on

, D. May of Hampton visited their day.Mrs. Mrs. Walter H. Griffls. daughter Mr. and Mrs. Hubert at 7:30: p. m. February Bth. 1945, In the above
John Jordan and daugh- named Court and cause, wherein No
,'. aunt, Miss Ida Hagan, Wednes- Wllla Mae and Norma Lee Miss Irma Johns of Belle I Parrish in Brooker. Pastor's residence: Green Cove plaintiff seeks. divorce. Bradford Matter
.r.j.jf shall this
County Telegraph publish
Lettle Parker and We are glad to have Mickey Springs.
fl f!: of Alachua were visiting the Glade and Order In next four weekly Ismies.Witness .
Swindell family Sunday. family of Starke were recent Wiggins of Olustee as a new my hand and official What
;P''*! Gllsson guests of Mr. and Mrs. G. P. pupil In our school. He Is stay- iv: rmniT COURT.! BIIADFOHUCOUNTY seal at Starke, Florida, this January Brand h
Thomas Dewey .
Lacy 3rd, 1046.OFFICIAl.
't"I'' W. R. Wadsworth Sr. Ing with his uncle and aunt Mr. .
and S-Sgt. and Mrs. ( SEAL) A. J. Thomas,
Thomas and son'of Lake Geneva The first Baptist Church met and Mrs. M. F. Wiggins.Mr. Bessie Lee. Crosby, Plaintiff, vs. As Clerk of said. Criurt. of Service'
a in conference last Sunday sight and Mrs. M. H. Moody Melvin Lawrence Crosby, Defen T. Frank Landrum Starke Florida
were visiting the Thomas family dant. Cane No. 3524. Atty. for Pit. 1-5 4t 1-28
Sunday. and called Wilbur Scott of Starkeas had as their guests last Sunday, ORDER OF PUBLICATIONAND

pastor for the associatlonal Mr. and Mrs. Chester Moody of. NOTICE TO APPEAR You' reI"
[\ STATE OF FLORIDA to: Melvin .
year. Mr. Scott comes highly Lake Butler?, Mr. and Mrs. Lunle Lawrence Crosby, whose residence "
t ( t.STUDUT recommended as an energetic Sapp, Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Yar- : la Walterboro, South Carolina.

., SELLSARRAL church worker and inspirational borough,, Mr and Mrs. Pete Yar- February You are 12th required, 1945.. to In appear the above on

successful In borough of Ralford. named Court. and wherein.
rrmirmt advertise of _... speaker. A year cause YOU'LL ALWAYS'''
try property .... mad over true Christian fellowship Is an- Mrs. Marie Wiggins of Olustee plaintiff County Telegraph seeks divorce.shall Bradford publish

r3.0OO' sales off Home.-Farms. ticipated.Pvt. spent the week-end with Mr. and this Order In next four weekly
Aeresfte. Inrm from .u over Ibe Elland of Ft. Ben- Mrs. M. F. Wiggins. Issued.Wltnenn.
". World. Frra. open ll. ln t. Marvin my hand and official FINDA
I ARE E. A.STROUT REALTY AGENCY ning, Ga., spent the week-end Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Johns had seal at Starke, Florida, this Jan-
i with home folks here. as their dinner guests Sunday, uary 10th., 1945.
; Represented (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas,
Mrs. L. L. Renfroe and Sam-
son As Clerk of cold Court.T. .
: "11 Our SpecialtyNO Locally by . . . . . . uel of Vanderbilt and SK 1-c Frank Landrum Starke Florida HEARTY ,

.I} F. C. 1IOLLING6WORTH Charlie P. Cowen of Jacksonville.Lawtey Atty., for Plf. 1.12 4t 2-2 ,
':\,1;,I,1 MATTER WHAT TYPE 118 S. Walnut Kt. State FarmBy
,'\ or FABRIC, IT'S ALL TIlE . . . . . . iv rincriT COURT nn"PFOIUJ
/I::: .. SAME TO US. BRING US Mrs. Bryan Whitfield EXPERT \
' . . . . . James Roy Moore, Plaintiff vs.
.I YOUR WORST JOBS. WE Ruth Mae Moore, Defendant. Casa

t . . . . .
Mae Moore whose residence la un
t;;i Community Club held its regular R. E. BLANCIIARD DIES known. '
t : afternoon of You are required to appear on ALL 'WORKGUARANTEED
meeting Tuesday
s. Rev. R. E. ,Blanchard of Fort February 12th, 1945, In the above JORDANSBAR
t: last week. Mrs. Lynwood Watts, Pierce died Thursday Jan. 11at named Court and cause, wherein
I plaintiff seeks divorce. Bradford
METHODCLEANERS First Vice-president, presided
ljij his home there after a long County Telegraph shall publishthis
9 and at the conclusion of the Illness. He was 75 years of age. Order In next four weekly
business session was cohostesswith issues.
Funeral services were conductedat Witness my hand and official
Mrs. M. C. Roberts. They 3 p. m., Sunday from the First seal at Starke, Florida, this Jan-
SOC GJ served a salad course to those Christian Church with the Rev.L. uary 10th, 1945. FINEST WATCH TO. OUR
ROBERT GREEN, Owner attending. E. Barnett and the Rev. Her- As Clerk of said Court.T. .

j, l SIS Temple Avenue Carpenter's Drug Store BRIDGE CLUB MEETINGMrs. man W. Forbes officiating. Burial Atty.. Frank. for Flf.Landrum Starke 1-12, Florida 4t 2-2 PADDY LIBRETTI, MGR

\ r P. D. Fancher entertainedthe was in the Fort Pierce Cemetery. -.

,>.1,.. State Farm Bridge i Club For many years Mr. Blanchardwas IN CIRCUIT CoUnT BRADFORD
active In the ministry. Sur- COUNTY FLOIUUAl IN CIIAN- TheSTAG 115 WEST CALL ST.Restaurant .
of last week.
\\t j Thursday afternoon C" RV.
Wond C/ Bowls of Japonlcas and narcissi viving are his.widow, Mrs. Belle Oscar A. Rlckerd Plaintiff, vs.
; to advantage in the Blanchard; two daughters, Mrs Bernice L. R I c k erd, Defendant.
were placed
i' .
IitlJhop Case No. 1494.ORDER
Lena Park of
Fort Pierce and
:::: rooms used for the party. On OF PUBLICATION Carter Bldg. Starke
this occasion Mrs. :Martin Grlner Mrs. Nell Scott of Evansville, AND NOTICE TO APPEAR ,
) BRA BKSIB DAVIS. PROPRIETOR Ind.; four sons, Lawrence, Wilbur STATE OF FLORIDA to ernlce
and Mrs. Field- .
won high.prize L. Rlckerd whose residence Is
,) Ing Chapman won the bingo and Frank of Fort Pierce, 5425 Bewick Detroit, Michigan.
and A. M. Blanchard of You are required to appear on
,f',;I Jewelry prize, each being awarded a number Lawteyand January 29th 1945, In the above
:' of Savings Stamps. After Percy Blanchard of New named Court and cause, wherein -
Gifts : Smyrna, and several grandchildren. plaintiff seeks divorce. Bradford +
the Mrs. Fancher to a
1 games County Telegraph shall publish this o
Souvenirs fruit cake, ambrosia and coffee Order In next tour weekly Issues
WK WRAP hand and official
Witness my
'.' Til KM to her guests. WSM PLAYERS HERE seal at Starke. Florida this December -
, 0 Novelties TO MAIL W. S. M, Grand Old Opry, will 26th, J;44.
Mrs. H. L. Fowler, Mrs. Hattie (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J.. Thomas
.,1 Fowler Miss Nettle Mae Fowler present in person, Curly Williams As Clerk of said Court.
r R and his Georgia Peach Pickers T. Frank Landrum, Starke Florida, were
'] and Mrs. Martin Griner, Jr., of Atty. for Plf. 12-29 4t 1-19 bod5aEh
f FOR SAFETY dinner with Sanford Williams, Joseph '
COMFORT AND ECONOMY RIDE Lake Butler, were guestsof
Mr. and Mrs. Martin Grlner Williams, Joe Pope, Boots Harris IV: THE COUNTY JUDOE'S COURT

'fFLORIDA\ MOTOR LINE BUSSES Friday. Mra. Martin Griner, Jr., and Jlmmle Selph at the Lawtey BRADFORD COUNTY, FLORIDA
school auditorium IN RB: ESTATE OF P. A. CROSBY:
returned to Camp Lee, Va., Mon- Monday night deceased..
day.Mrs. for children will be 40c and APPLICATION FOR FINAL DIS- i
Fisher of Worthington
I Springs was the luncheon adults 75c tax Included. Notice I Is hereby given that I ngI
have filed my final report as administrator
guest of Mr. and Mrs. Bryan Mr. and Mrs. Bales of West of th. estate of P. A.

UNION BUS STATION Whitfield last Wednesday.Mrs. Palm Beach announce the birthof Crosby my petition, deceased for; that final I have discharge filed ABOUTJ
Ice Bradshaw and
E n a daughter, Saturday Jan. 7, and that on the list day of January -
LACY CONWAY,, Agent children, Enlce, Jr., Sarah Ann, in the Good Samaritan Hospital 1945, I will apply to the
and Carol, of A t 1 antic Beach there. Mrs. Bales is the Honorable E. K. Ferryman County
Temple Ave. Starke Florida Judge of Bradford County Florida,
I came Sunday to visit Mr. and Miss Martha Wells of Lawtey.Mr. for approval of said final report
and for final discharge as administrator -
Mra R. H. Cox.:
and Mrs. H. C. (
Kelly were of the estate of p. A. )
After being with his parents, visiting relatives In Starke Sun- Crosby, deceased..
Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Lee, for a This 2nd day of January A. D.

i MEET YOUR FRIENDS ATRoy's week Almeron Lee returned to day.Miss Evelyn Edwards of Starke 1945. Hugh B. Crosby

St. Petersburg Monday. was visiting her parents, Mr. and 1-5 4t 1-28 Administrator

Mrs. Laura Moseley of Starkeis Mrs. T. S. Edwards, Monday and iv: CIRCUIT COURT BRADFORD' iead

Illl liiiRESTAURANT the guest of Mr. and Mrs. J. Tuesday / COUNTY CE11Y. FLORIDA IV: CHAN

E. Ormond. Miss Evelyne Warren was visiting -, Aaron Thompson Plaintiff vs. Mattie -

Mr. and Mrs. Reese Bradley relatives in Jacksonville last, Thompson, Defendant. Case
weekend.Joe No. 2838.
and son, Clinton of Jacksonville ORDER OF PUBLICATIONAND
were Sunday guests of Mr. and Harrell, Jr., of Jacksonville NOTICE TO APPEAR
1 was visiting his
UNDER Mrs. J. M. Bradley. parents. Thompson whose residence and
MANAGEMENT OF ROY JOHNSONSTEAK Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Harrell MOn- address Is 113 Beech
mailing; :
Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Moncrief day. Street Rossvllle Georgia.You 9 to 9 Daily
t t HourS
of Greenwood came Friday to are required to appear on :

visit Mr. and Mrs. J. IL Mon- . . . . . . named February Court 5, 1945 and, cause In the, wherein above Except Tuesday

a 1t plaintiff seek divorce. Bradford
crief.Sgt 4
( D. M. Williams of Mar- GrahamBy oCo _._,_ _. .- ._,"- ,-,'"" _'_'_"0'1 _,_,__ .. r

ianna was the guest of Mr. and -
ml Mra A. C. Davis Monday. Mra. Edward Norman

I :!t Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Chambers . . . . . . You're a Service Man

.)f spent the past week-end with
Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mra. Earl Chambers In Arthur Sowalipf

''Il t Montlcello.Mlsa Rose. Lee Dunbar and Neta Kalamazoo Padgett, of Mich.Tampa and were Mrs. = and are looking for

\: : I 1and. Mrs. Lee Dunbar hadas visitors of Mrs. Kate Starling i
last week. the
guests during the past week right things at the
Mr. and Mrs.
Mrs. M. -Wyrlck of Lawteyand Jones
Mrs. Richard and and daughter Carolyn of Hell-
: right
CHOPS bronn Springs and Mr.
Misses Blllle Rose and Edna Con- and Mrs. I
atser of Jacksonville.Mrs. Thurman Jones and son Eugene

TEE I. J. Williams and children of Theressa were Sunday guestsof
CHICKEN their parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Joe, Joyce and Wayne, Edward Norman. VISITSHAFKIN'S
were guests of Mr. and Mrs. E.
: t t'i L. Hewitt in Lake City last wek- Mr. and Mrs. Forrest Reynoldsof

- end. Accompanying Mrs. Williams Jacksonville spent Sunday
also was Miss Kathleen with Mrs. Reynold's parents, Mr.

BEER Douglas of High Springs who and Mrs. F. T Abernathy.

now lives with Mr. and Mrs. Lt. Jewett C. Fogg of Lawson

tv Williams and works at Camp Field Ft. Beating, Ga., was called ,
Standing. home Sunday to attend the

J s Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Davis and Wa funeral of his grandfather Hiram "THE STORE ALL SOLDIERS KNOW'
dln. '
4 OPEN 8 A. M. 2 A. )t. EACH DAY EXCEPT MONDAY children attended the funeral ser
,;U' Mr. and Mrs.
BREAKFAST LUNCHEON IMNNKH vices for Hiram Wasdln In Graham Rogers and

1 Sunday and also visited rel- with Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Strick-

, AI M,1 ii' Sandwiches And Short Orders veen atives exchange Davis and of friends guests"there.Miss In Mel-"an Mary land Sunday Ellen Wasdln night while spent Miss that JEWELRY GIFTS UNIFORPAGE

remained In Graham time here with Miss Luella Davis.


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COURT BItAI>FOnn IN ciiicriT corwr, nnvnpoiinrowrt. County Telegraph shall publishthis seat at Starke! Florida thin January .
nCtJlT Order In next four weekly
NTY, FixmmAi Issues.Witness. ( SEAL) A. J. Thomas :
hand and official
*Y.Hinson. Plaintiff. "11. wood Martha Corrlna Prldcen Farrow FI vcF 1DAI ALF seal at Starke my, .Florida this Jan- :Aa Clerk of said Court.

Bj. Htnson Defendant. Case Plaintiff Defendant., vs.Cane Hermon No. 3511.U Farrow I usrv(OFFICIAL 6th., 1946.SEAL<< ) A. J. ThomasAs Atty.T. .r.o J- tdrum. Starke.! 14 Florida 4t 1-2

521. Or PUBLICATION .'ORDER PUBLICATION m__ _____ Clerk of Bald Court.
, APPEAR I M. Huffman, Jacksonville Fla.
' TO *
TE OF FLORIDA to: I* Farrow whose residence Is % BUILD FIELDS FVT. Atty. for
*J. IIln.on whose address Is: Roosevelt. Tavern Qranby Street, : FOR NINTH AIR FORCE WOUNDED IN FRANCE IN COMBAT CREW: tlIKIeptAl
Unit 1. Miami Florida. . ti! cinri'iT roi'iiT, IIHADFOHOCOI'NTV 8m I
Norfolk Virginia.You who was
re required to appear on are required to appear on The promotion of Merrill QMcMl Pvt. Roy Carter, 33, was slightly Cpl. Ralph Darley, FI.OHIOAl IN CHAN- {
Gary 12th. 1945 In the above February Itth., 1945. In the above Man. son of Mrs. Alma wounded in action on Nov. 20 recently called to his home in fHIIY.Ovraldlne: .
and cause, wherein R. Frags, rinlntirf. vs.
Court named Court and cause. wherein Lawtey because of the death of
lf seeks divorce and cusffof plaintiff seeks divorce, custody of Hough of Starke to the rank of In France a ccording Francis P. Pra-a, defendant.. Case _
Bradfordy his' father, T. T. Darley, is now .
minor Child and other relief Bradford corporal has been announced at to word No. HMO.OKDKtl ?
Telegraph: shall publishBorder County Telegraph shall I publish received from the receiving combat crew trainingas : OF PUBMCATION
next four weeklytoles of Ninth Air TO
In this Order In next four weekly headquart era a ANn NOTICE APPEAR -
air force at the
Issues. Force aviation engineer battalIon War Departmentby an gunner STATE OF FLiOHIDA to: FrancisP.

my hand and officialt Witness. my hand and officialseal in France. his wife Mrs. I' Rapid City, South Dakota Army I'riMfa Forces whose Replacement residence Is No.Army 1, Start Your Post-War
this Jan- Ground
Stark at Starke Florida this Jan Lorene Carter of Air Base. He has been In the O. Meade Maryland.You .
10th., 1946. A. J. THOMAS. uary 4th 11145.OFFICIAL Cpl. McMillan, who was an Starke. Pvt. I, air force for 18 months and attended Fort Ueoro-e are required to appear on Planning Now

A* Clark of said Court. ( SEAL) A. J. Thomas engineer with the State Road De. school at Las February 6th, U411. In the above
(OFFICIAL, SEAL,) As Clerk of Bald Court.W. Carter bas been gunnery named Court and cause, wherein. Place Your Order Now For
ht A Knight Starke, Florida C. Hardesty Daytona Beach, partment before entering the overseas for 11 Vegas Nevada. Before enteringthe plaintiff seeks divorce. Bradford
for Pit l.n tt I-a Florida. Atty. for Plf. 1-12 4t 2-1 Army, la serving in a battalion service he was" employed asa County Telegraph shall publish thisOrder The Following Appliances:
months and was
(iI) In neat four weekly Issues.
which has been front.
building also slightly mechanic ait his father's garage Witness my hand and official
line airfields for close support in Lawtey.BRADFORD .
wounded last
ompt Service Careful Drivers operation of the Ninth Air Force, April whUe taking BENDIX
the fliers who played such an W.\\'E ..
part in the .n .n. ._ AUTOMATIC
Important part in breaking the SERVES: AT JAX N.A.S.

STARKE TAXI SERVICEand back of the German drive Into Invasion of Italy.- Doris Dyal Marsh, Sea. 2-c. RJ 41u1ffEAT HOME: LAUNDRY rHOTPOINT

Belgium. daughter of Mrs. Nona Brown of
Route 2, Starke, is serving as a ;
THREE SONS IN SERVICE; teletype operator at the Jacksonville M

ALL HOME: DURING DKC..: The promotion of 2nd Lt. Theodora Naval Air st a tlon. She : REFRIGERATORS

MACK'S TAXI SERVICEPhone Mrs. Jimmie Woodard of Starke Eugene Beam son of CyrusE. joined the WAVES In Septemberand RANGES

Beam of Route 2, Starke to took her boot training at
has three sons in the service and WATER HEATERS
the rank of 1st lieutenant Is an- Hunter College New York, vAs
150 was fortunate to have had them at the
nounced by the Sixth Air Force -
all home on leaves during the Command Headquarters.Lt. LT. A. Z. ADKINS JR. '
Night Fighter These Become Available
e Day 0 month of December.
Beam, a fighter pilot witha REJOINS OUTFITLt.
BBLflssflsiiDilBatBHHRsZRBSBsQiQBSBlH Below (left) is Pfo. Ira W. Allen squadron In Panama, enteredthe A. Z. Adkins, Jr., son of CAMPDINER We Will Fill Orders

who is stationed with the service in November 1942 Judge and Mrs. A. Z. Adkins of 'In Order of Application

Army at Daytona Beach and la Starke has resumed his duties in
and has been on duty with !the
Old Sarge's Place working in the hospital area Sixth AAF since November 1943. charge of a mortar platoon of the BED LAMPS

there. His wife and baby daughter I 80th D I v 1 alan ,
are with him. Below (right) He is a graduate of B.II.S.O. sit. t__I__ ..___ .... Of'
er "" '''''5 uva- & DESK LAMPS
ORIGINAL is Seaman 2-c John M. Allen I
ARKE'S pltallzed for several
I'. nuTI'OVAUnF.))
(better known here as J. M.:) MEDAL FOR WOUNDSPvt. weeks in I Corner Call & Cherryhighest .

who Is serving in the Navy and England as the
ARMYTORE Oliver P. Hutto. son of RADIO
was last stationed at San Fran: result of wounds '
Mr. and Mrs. L. S. Hutto of
Cisco Calif. received i n action '
Starke has been awarded the Quality
in Europe.
Purple Heart for leg wounds! received SERVICE
Lt. A d k ins rejoined -
H' in action either in Belgium I
; 'Af.JK"... h 1 Is out j
1 or Germany. Ills brother Sgt. STEAKSand
fit of
a part I
Authorized Tlllman Hut t o, has finished
General Patton'scommand
I, training In Texas as an Instructor

By The 'War Department .... . and Is now awaiting his new time to JustIn see CHOPS I

assignment. of actionas ELECTRIC
j plenty
:;;:: i if il a result of the German breakthrough

OperatedBy i l\\f);; ",.., LT. CARLISLE ARRIVES into Belgium. He' has 0
''''' i.
an Ex-Soldier ;I ::": recently been awarded an Oak

:' : :;( .", Lt. Al Kay Carlisle, son of Mr. Leaf Cluster and the Purple Open 9 A. M.-9 I'a M.

.. .. J Jf and Mrs. J. B. Carlisle of Stare; Heart for wounds received In bat Daily Except Thursdays 226 Temple Ave

recently arrived at AAF tie.

HEADQUARTERSFOR tribution Station No. 2 in Mlam'

At left Is Cox- Beach for reassignment processing iv rmrrrr ('0('n'l'. IN ANI Eon _.._._._ .. _, ..... P"I .,"",_ ... .. _
swain Krnest W. after completing a tour of IN C'" C'ItV.
NOVELTIES and JEWELRY f ..: Allen who has duty outside continental United I VIIKNA J. IMOMOHEaT I

'" just returned to States. lIe is spending about I -v. }Plaintiff :' SERVICESEVERY

I , '" :...... ,, rejoin his ship two weeks there, most of which' DONAT.n I.* McKAY tot al. .
:, ,.. in New York time will be devoted to rest and efeiulAn1s. ;
en Suslow'sArmy : .t after spending a recreation. Lt. Carlisle flew 30 QUITTING No 88 14 SUNDAY NIGHT
,. . 30-day I leave* missions as a B-24 bombardier ORDER NOTICE OF PtTHLICATION TO Al'IMCAll ANn

", '" here. Ho has during' 11 months In the European ,I TIlE STATE. OF KJAJUIDA to":
been in the Navy theatre 'and won the Distinguished Donald 1* McKay, P C. Jonss and

Store ,. since April 1943 Flying Cross:' and the wife Development Margie Jonas Co., Joseph Santa F Holder. Lake SUNDAY SCHOOL 3 P. M.

and took his Air Medal with three clusters. John A. Uraham, James L. Oates
and wife Klttl. M. dates, Samuel
Starke Fla. boot training at e. Lane, J. I>. McLemore and wife,
Call Street
9 E.
naimbrldcre, Md. PFC. BENCH ROBERTSIN Mrs l II. Mrl.emore, John R.
He took part in FIELD: ARTILLERY Karl., Jr., and wife Mr. Henrietta Everyone Invited To And Feel
-- - Karle, Jr., 'T. W.. Pitt. and wife v
amphibious operations during the Pfc. Brence Roberts son of the 1111'.. Alice }'ltt.L. Chas. lloberts You Are A Part Of Us.

Invasion of France .land also saw late Mr. and Mrs. Louis Roberts and John wife(". ,Eddie 1011''. and Kdmonn wife,Roberta A. I'.,

action in the North African campaign of Lawtey, la serving with a Eddie, F. I. MrCtill and wife, Mrs. 0
Field Artillery battalion of the Mary I. McCall., If living, and If
WHEN YOU THINK either of them be dead, all parties
Third Army In Europe. He land claiming Interest under any sftch!

TAKES BOOT TRAININGAT ed in France six days after the deceased or that otherwise In and
land. hereinafter described
of Mrs. to the Gospel
nAIMBRIDOK, RID. Invasion. and to all unknown per.on. claim.
I W. E. Sapp o. Wateroak. Roberta Ina' any right, 1 Interest In
Raymond H. Bell son of Mrs. ; 1"la':.;,.
schoolin said lands; which 1 are situated
from high
Ethel Forsyth Bell of Starke was graduated In Bradford County Florida Of God
I Dade City and was employedat and described as follows:
was inducted into the Navy on the Camp Blanding laundry HWVi of NW4! except one acre
Jan. 4 in Jacksonville and is now In NE corner and HW% of
I before entering the service three SWV4 and 6 acres In 8W cornerof JUST WEST OF B GATE, CAMP BLANDING
taking boot training at Bainbridge -
NWt4 of I'iW' %, dec. IV: BH
Md. Prior to enteringthe years ago. of 8K"4 and EV4 of SWW of J. A. BROOKS MINISTER
service he ,was employed asa SIC". Heo. 30; all that portionof ,
PVT. J. W. GLISSON NEVi of Sec 11 North of
plumber with Vasco Forsyth. Santa Fe River also NVi of
IN FRENCH HOSPITALPvt. NW"4 of NWV4 of S...,. aa all
J. W. Glisson is now recuperating In Township South Range 21YOU
in a hospital some
where In France from leg Injuries known or unknown, are hereby THROUGH THESE PORTALS
A., Johnson, S 1-c son of received while In action with the notified that a suit ha. beenbrought

Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Johnson, returned Milt Parachute Infantry in Hol Court of against Bradford you County In the,Circuit Flora PASS TIlE BEST SOLDIERSON

to the States recentlyfor ida. In Chancery, case No. 8514 ny
land. He is the EARTH '
a 14-day leave after spending Verna J. Demorest as plaintiff,
and In which you and each of you
of Mrs. Sallie -
16 months in the South Pacific son
v- are defendants; that the) relief
OFGISLAIN'S t He is stationed on a destroyer I. G 11 s son, sought In this suit I. to quiet and
THINK confirm plaintiffs title to said
escort and saw action In 2 major who lives near above described land a* an Indefeasible WATCH
battles. Starke and the fee simple title; and you
are hereby. required to appear
He entered service In March, late John W. (personally or by attorney) In said

1043 and took his training at Glisson. He entered e Court and cause on the 6th day. the
of February 194(1(, or the allegations
service -
Balmbrldge Md.AUNT of plaintiffs'. sworn bill of
with a Na- complaint will bot taken as confessed
tional Guard or- bv you. The Tiradford
IDA IIAQANLOVKS County Telegraph Is hereby designated L
THIS SAILOR BOY ganlz a t Ion in as the duly qualified n..we-I
Miami and received payer In which this notice .
Pictured here enjoying a recent he published once each week for I
leave at home Is BenjaminF. his training four consecutive weeks prior to
at Camp said! return day. I
Geiger, Seaman 2-c 18-year. hnnd and official
Witness my :
NEXT TO KOCH DRUG STORE old son of Mrs. Delaney Dickinson B I and lng, Fort Banning and seal I at Starke. Bradford County, Mm:4
other camps while still a memo Florida this tth day of JanuaryA.
and the late P. M. Geiger of A. n. 19 U. r
ber of the 121th Infantry.
There BlHe is I J. TIIOMAH', .
I Clerk of Circuit Court Bradford
__ f -
** atatloned a
I1WW Ofcfc CPL. LE.\C WOUNDEDIN County Florida + t
... \ DELGlUl1'TION If. O Brown, Atty. fur Pit Btarke, / -
Sanford Fla. ; Cpl. Cecil E. Leach, son of Mr. Florida. 1.13 4t 23iv '! + d

Even a This picture was 'ZV and Mrs. Otis Leach of Starke, ("IIU'I"'I' roi'itT.- IIIIAIIPOIIH'OI (1 I 'eI ,

brought to the was slightly wounded while servo / "ITV, FI.OIU"| IM fllANVou -
by /'EIIY.
Telegraph ... ing with a combat engineer bat are required to appear on YJ
cFIJ1 WCCkDENINDIAN Aunt Ida Hagan talion in Belgium, according to, Jack L. Sylvester, Plaintiff, vs.
who says she Virginia I>. Sylvester, Defendant
word received from the War Denartment. .
loves I him aa it Ji I He has been overseas Case No.>BK 3400.orU OF PUBLICATION J

much her as if own he l about 18 months and took part in STATE AN> NOTICE OF FLOHIDA TO "PI'tot'' AU Vlr- c cr

were the North African campaign and glnla D. Hylvester whose residence
son. She used the invasion of France. Before IN 4218 West 22nd Street Cleveland ,
COULD FEEL THE to sit with him Ohio.
rg j entering the service two years You are required to appear on t

AIR 'OF HOSPITALITYTHAT I In her arms ago he was employed by the February 12th., 1946 In the abhvenamed
h Court and cause, wherein
ft to
h our a er o ---
Starke Coca-Cola BotUing Co. plaintiff seeks divorce, BradfordIt's

PERVADES THE when he was a n___ ___
baby, while his mother workedin

BLANDING CENTER BAR the postoffice and store. He

learned to cry for her at the 7 i1 . the parade of

sound of her voice Aunt Ida

WHY NOT GATHER saya. f service men through
the t
Ouality of leadership



OF GOOD Sgt. William J. McMlllen.( 22 > _
6 Stores. There MUST
FELLO W S II I P IN whose wife and B-months-old ,. / /, ,
PLEASANTSURROUNDINGS daughter Victoria, live at Starke, r S
THE OF recently arrived overseas and has be a reason.

joined a B-24 Liberator Bomber ATLAAlf'II1. s 4S4

Group as a gunner. He is the ttR
son of W. J. McMlllen of Con- r

I3LA I) f7 neautvllle Pa., and wag graduated art the Ltaders ,

from Aerial Gunnery Schoolat
CENTERpjs 1944.Las Vegas, Nevada in July

13 .4. MAYBELM5IfcV He and his crew are now participating .

e J. HYDE, in attacks on enemy

MANAGER targets in Northern Italy Austria a.tL.4..Issas QMM..C----- d. BLANDING BUS STATION

and parts of Yugoslavia. ---'

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f Noted Tenor Red Cross Group Scouts AdvanceAt plaintiff dlvorro n
County Telegraph r'd
Rival Football Record Birth Announcements Honor CourtFive this Order In next' four"h u' I,,! Pal
\ B.H.S. Cagers To Be Heard In Attends Jax Meet I sues.eealwlateetarke. hand .Ukll

Concert Sunday Judge E. K. Perryman MrsEdward l Boy Scouts from Starke F'lorld.IM hlorf
uary 17th., 1IM5. '
\ Win First Four Games of SeasonWith Burns, the Rev. Grover went before the New River Dfs- (OFFICIAL, SKAL) A ,

r -- ---....... Alison, :Mr. and Mrs. Frank Wilson .. k trlct Court of Honor held In Lake T.A.Frank Clerk of said Court i Tho
..- ------ Mrs W. R. Morse) and Nat Butler Thursday night, Jan 11, Arty for Landrum Plt Sturlt,}' Pt|',
-- ,
four straight wins to 4. Sternberg attended a meeting; of Four boys from Troop 70 received 1-1 ?;

their credit and no setbacks up SO performed well for the local Ii'po the Disaster Institute and War Mr. and Mrs. D. S. Cook announce honors: Joe Montieth was All NOTICH TO havini'T,0"' : "
to date, the BHS Tornadoes seem combine. Fund Conference held In Jack the birth of a son Dec. awarded merit badges In Public demand against t h ,. ,.1"""

well on the way to duplicating In Tuesday night the Tornadoes sonvllle Monday and Tuesday 30., in the Alachua County Hos Health, Safety, Wood-Work, and Mamie Hart, deceased. ."" ,

1; .; basketball this season their'remarkable played a benefit game for the ii They were representatives of the pital. The baby baa been named Swimming; and was advanced to claim notified in and the required office of t.. fuel' '

recprd on the football Infantile! Paralysis Fund meeting ri Dradford County' Chapter and Charles Thomas :Mrs. Cook before the Rank 'of Star Scout. Star Judge of Bradford County the F'-'

I Branford, 1944 Suwannee met with representatives 'of 18 i her marriage was Miss Scout Billy Miles received merit In Ida the within Courthouse eight at I'Itar'ke' ''

field.Three games have been play- Conference c h a m pions, in the other chapters In this area and Florence Milliner of Madison.' I badge awards in the Public from the date of calendar the first' .m"cation "

ed during the past week-all wins armory here. The score was 44- ,'7t with several persons from the Mr. and Mrs. George Sumner, Health and Safety. Scout Lewis wIll ecom.of this.old according. III.P

for BHS by a wide margin. 13 in favor of BUS. Branford Yg W oil Southeastern Area Office of the Lawtey. announce the birth of a Haines was advanced to the Rankof This January 17. 1941. 10'

this Red Cross In Atlanta. Jan. 8. First Class Scout and received BERTHA GREE
year daughter
Last Friday night the''Torna has suffered heavily on As Executrix of the

does trounced Waldo. In a return losing: four first string men from Regional Director Allen J. Car Pvt. and1 Mrs. 1. E. Moeely the Handicraft Merit Badge. testament of Mamie la.t HartIoeased. !

its last season wining quint. High ter of Atlanta led the discussionon birth of Emanuel Tillakos was advancedto 1'19 ,
to the tune of 4116. The announce a son on 4t
game for Starke were Shuford, I l War Fund Planning the sec- the rank" of Second. Class -
addition of forward Shuford and Jan. 9 In Plant City. Pvt. Mosely IN CIRCUIT cornr.
Thornton and R. J. Turner, each ond day of the conference and Scout. COUNTY Bn1bF,
center Thornton seemed to give has left for overseas duty. PLORIIHI n
the added With 8 points.Wednesday was assisted by various directorsof Billy Smith of the Methodist CRRY rk
the Starke G. Hem
quintet Mr and Mrs. Frank Thelma" Rhoden
spark It needed. Shuford was night the Tornadoesmet other branches. ingway, ,Jr., announce the birthof Troop appeared before the Court va Oscar Profitt, Defendant r Plail,.

with 13 points while Baldwin, usually a strong AH 'persons Interested in Red and was'awarded the Swimming I No. 8525.
high scorer a son on Jan. 2 In St. Vin- '
Thornton Burn y and Weaver al- ; contender,'In the armory and administered Cross work are reminded of the cent's Hospital, Jacksonville. The Merit Badge. I ANDENOT PUnLI'ATIO To APPEA',
63-22 victory. High annual meeting of the Bradford STATE OF FLORIDA
a 10'
baby has been named Richard IN riltCt'I'f COfHT.: RHADKOnO Profltt whose address : t
pI scorers for Starke were Thorn County Chapter which will be Arthur Mrs. Hemingway is the rorNTY;: KLOIUUAI IN CHAN: Profltt. A.S.N. 18018139|IN PANLl(.

,; ton and Shuford, each with 13 tlIATI'IIEW held in the Methodist recreation (,''':111'. Mtauaa D.Tt7., % PoetnuHler',
former Miss Eloise Bullock. Nicholas Cue Plaintiff,
caro vs. York New York
I points. Baldwin waa far from building Tuesday night, Jan. 30, :
Miand Mrs. L. P. Rafuae of Mary J. Cuccaro, Defendant. Case You are required. to .
i being a "weak" opponent as this FARRUGGIOPvt. at 8 o'clock.A No. 3634. February 11th, 1945. In appea the
; aggregation has won 7 out of 9 Lawtey announce the birth of a ORDER OF PUBLICATION named Court and cause.. in,I,
Red Cross "
Matthew S. Farrugglo well representativewho daughter, Joan, on Jan 2 in the AND NOTICE TO APPEAR plaintiff seeks divorce and *.,
played this season.In STAE OF FLORIDA J. "
games has recntly returned! from to! Mary name .restored. Bradford ,
i known tenor, formerly of Broad- State Farm Hospital. Cuccaro whose residence. Is 690 Telegraph shall publish Cor!
the fact that BHS this
view of will be
way hits and the Chicago and overseas duty the speakerand North Plymouth Avenue, Rochester In next four weekly !lexueaseal o'
", is producing the goods this year, will discuss the theme of the Mi and Mrs. R. D. Johns, Ral New York. .
Metropolitan Opera Companies, ford, a son born Jan. 8. You are required to appear on at Starke Florida otr I
Coach Hobbs and his players hope 1943: War Fund" Drive: "Help keep thl. ,
will concert Sun- February 19th In above
give a popular 1945 the uary 10th., 1945.
COMES FIRST AT that crowds will Increase In size day afternoon, Jan. 21, at 4 o' the Red Cross at his side." Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Roland, named Court and cause. wherein. (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Tha.
during/ the remainder of the sea Starke, a son born Jan. 10. plaintiff seek divorce. Bradford All Clerk of said Court.
clock in the main building of the County Telegraph shall publish T. Frank Lantlrum,
son. Local turnouts at football Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Hall, Theresa this OrderIn next four weekly Is Atty. for Pit. Starke Flan
National C a t h olio Community; "King for A Day" 1.12 4tIN ',
LAPPE BAKERY games have been excellent but a daughter, born Jan. 13 sues.Witness
Service U.S.O. Club at 400 Temple -
hand and official CIRCUIT
'; there are far too many empty I Avenue in Starke. Theme of LuncheonAt Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Wiggins, seal at Florida\ this Jan- COUNTY FLORIUA COURT ,lIRtppp i'CERY '\ t'B,

I seats at basketball games. Coach I Miss Margaret Ann Young, Walnut St. USO Starke, a son born Jan. 17. uary teth'l 1945. IOFFICIAL ,' I
( SEAL) A. J. Thomas John W. Cos. Plaintiff, v(, EM
"- u.-. ,- MJ.-. -, u_._ W' Assistant Director of the Y.W.C.A. As Clerk of said Court. Cox, Defendant. Cane: No asii'
will accompany Pvt. Farrug- "King For a Day" was the : Baptist Church"The T. Frank Landrum, Starke Florida, ORDER OF PUBLICATION I,
,, Atty, for Plf. 1-1 4t 2-1 AND NOTICE TO APPEp
'; EVERY BRANCH OF glo at the piano. humorous yet royal theme of the STATE OF FLORIDA to: E,",I!

Leaving civilian life as a tenor Walnut Street USO 'Army Wives' Second Coming of Christ" IN CIRCUIT COURT, BRADFORD Cox South whoa Carolina residence |la T.'

soloist In "One Touch of Venua" luncheon party held on Tuesday.In will ,be the subject of the message COUNTY FLORIDA IN CHANCKHV. : You are required to
.. -
with Mary: Martin, Pvt. Farrug- keeping with the regal theme, this Sunday morning' at 11 .' ,I February IZth.. 1945, In the .
Elisabeth W TUleyPlaIntiff.; named Court
: Yn gio arrived at Camp Blanding place cards made in. the shape of 0' cIa c k at the First Baptist William Edgar: Tllley, Defendant.vs. plaintiff seeks and divorce.cause, tru wh

a' $ Ur ance shortly before New Year's Day. crowns marked each place at. the Church of Starke. Continuing a Case No. 1535.ORDEH County Telegraph shall pat
.. Previous to his engagement in table, and these were later don- study of the doctrine concerningthe AND NOTICE TO APPEAR Issues..Wltnesa. In next four w(

"One Touch of Venus", he star ned by the guests. return of the Lord to earth. STATE OF FLORIDA to: William my band and oN)

i I.. ."', '. red In "Lady in the Dark" with During the, brief meting following -. :,At 945: a. m. the Sunday Is 420 Edgar Elder Tllley Street whose, Clarksvllle residence uary seal at 6th.Starke., 1945. Florida, thli

l ' ; Gertrude Lawrence:. the luncheon Mrs. James School Will ..tud)"-."The Standardsof Tennessee (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. n,

"f H; .,C; WALL This program is jointly spon- Liddon, chairman of the Wives'Council 'the Kingdom" as set forth in February. You are 19th required 1945, to.In appear the above on -; Landrum Aa Clerk, Starke of said, Fir Cr'r.nk

_ .J'' sored by the three U.S.O. Clubs ,presided and Invited the the Sermon on the Mount. named Court and cause wherein Atty.. for. Plf. i-is tl
"' of Starke and everyoneIs Invited new wives *to the Newcomer'sCoke The Training Unions meet at plaintiff seeks divorce. BradfordCounty

.Agency to attend.; Hour to. be held after the 6:15: : for song service and study this Order Telegraph In next four shall weekly publish'issues Relief At Last:'

.t / '. ,.' v. .. Pvt. Farrugglo is a traineenow program.The of Jesus Christ', the Perfect Revelation Witness. my hand and official. ". :

; Constant Service, Over 50 Years stationed .at Camp Blanding program was opener by of God.Following i seal at tarke, Florida, this January '
: in D '22nd Battalion 17th., 1945. -
: Company a half hour of Old
the "Flow
assemblage singing I. (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas, For Your CooECreomulston
68th and will this
Regiment give Favorite at
Hymns request
i:' I GentlySweeC.Afton" and "Drinkto you As Clerk of said Court.
i.j Please" Phone 146CLASSIFIED program for the entertainmentof ,Me Only, With.Thine. Eyes". 7:30: p; m.' the Pastor will bringan : T. Frank I.nndrum, 8tarke'Florida..Atty. ,

,,I, ........... .., ,''' .. .. .... ".. -....... -. -... _._,-. the civilian public 'as well as Mrs. Everett.'..Yeatman I conductedan evangelistic message for Plf. 1-1 4t'2-e relieves prompUicause )
the'"'military. -- It goes right to the seats
Interesting king contest, and l.v, CIIICCIT coniT. BRADFORD trouble to help loosen and o
lie will! five 'of
sing group Mrs. Howard. C. Stewart presented New Coffee ShopIn COUNTY FLORIDA IN CHAN: germ laden phlegm, and aid m:'
numbers and Miss will 4'EHY.Edgar .
ADS Young a king's.-problem. to soothe and heal raw, tender
Lampkln Plaintiff, VII.> Myrtle
Davis Hotel
play two piano solos. The pro- flamed c bronchial mucous mihranes.
The feature the program wasa Lampkln, Defendant. Case No.
n. will 1 1 udeWhen I .Tell your druggist to sell
----------- gram n c : ( S536.
three-act comedy drama en- Opens To PublicThe a bottle of Creomulston with the
.".1 Have Sung My-Songs", "I Dream ORDER OF PUBLICATION
HRLP."WANTEnWoman!. to take LOST-Diamond and pearl broach. titled 'The Fatal Quest", with AND NOTICE TO APPEAR derstandlrvg you must like then
care .of .rooming;,I house. Will Old fashioned f I IO war design, of Jeanie", "I Love, Life", 'Ave the cash as, follows: WhItehouse'' Doughnut 'and STATE OF FLORIDA to: Myrtle quickly allays the cough or yw
Rive room i exchange or pay pearl petal and diamond center Marla", "Where'er You Walk", LAmpkin whose residence Is cedarTown to have your money back.
salary.. Apply Ill-Hat, tavern.; It Lost. In the vicinity of King-Mrs,.] John A. Fausett. Coffee Shop' opened for business Georgia
Presbyterian Church.on N. Cherry "Old MotherHubbard".' "M'Ap- Queen-Mrs. 'ijoseiph G. Kolek. Thursday In the same locationas You are required to appear onFeb..uary GREOMULSIOfor::
it t WANTED; TO BUV- Shop on
of Comptim'o Enoyclopedla or Church St. Owner 'very anxious "Martha" and the .following Duke--Mrs* Bruce Saunders. named Court .and cause wherein! ;; uzhCheitColds,Bron
; ,
to because broach The la I furnished with
The 000 k of *Vil *<" icius>. for recover was Princes?-Mrs.,George Mathieu place
family hetrlonm. If found pleasereturn Italian Folk Songs:- >"Chl BeNne
Elementary School' Library Reply complete 'new and will
? Curtain-Mrs. Robert M. Hoyt. equipment
to SI6 N. Cherry St. 850 -
box e5. Stark ItP Scorda Cchlu! "Serenade",
reward offered. 1.19 4tp To conclude the program the feature a' one-meal sandwich '

WANTKD-Second hand sectional FOR SALE-Light oak dining room wflll and "Marechare": Pvt.. Miss Young at group sang a parody on the served .'New York'": style with MEET ME AT THE flI-HAT GRILL

bookcases for Elementary School. suit .alsobicycle.. See. Mrs nes- accompany Farrugglo words of "God Save the King." doughnuts made before your eyes
Library, Stmrke, Ueply to box the piano and will play "Kamennoiostrow' -
l't ale Davis, Wonder Olft
: r'at The committee in charge of and fresh coffeeEddie HOME OF *
'and "Waltz In A
preparing the meal was i composed Davis is manager and
t" FUR HUNT -Several apartments FOR BALK One good work horse. Flat" as Instrumental numbers. of Mrs. Jerry Murphy is the 'Sandwich'man.
completely furnished, except linens Ed Long, Mrs. Everett
About Ibs. B.:: W.
1,000 real tal.
Anyone appreciating
1'1 ., for light housekeeping.. 13.75 Tompklns, Ralford. - 1-12 8tp Yeatman :Mrs. George Mathleu, .. Unique wall decorationsare
wk. t mile oct.M ent and the best of music will be
1'1"/ to 5.00 per .' .
and :Mra Robert featured. It is a large painted .
I highway4U"e" ..t. ot,, Starke. L.B. assured Hoyt.
Jordan. 'Kt. J.- DOli 804. ItP I a splendid program. At the meeting of the Operat- Insignia of each division now 1tCA'S sip.,
Refreshments will
be served
window ing Committee of the Walnut In action that was at one time '
1 von <-lI'ou" pair. after the musical and hostesseswill
\ and wooden' door. Reasonable. ALL FURNISHED street USO held yesterday'at 3:45: : stationed at Blanding. The shop
.' St. Stark. IIP be Mrs. Thomas Grady and
309 N. Church
o'clock Mrs. T. H. Osborne and will be open from 12 noon until
Mrs. D. B. White.
E ;3 FOR IAx.E-One good farm mule, Miss Madge Middleton were appointed 12 midnight each day.
gentle! will work anywhere. BOOK A ROOM AHEAD Those In charge ()f the programare to .
I act as hostesses at the
Cheap: If taken at once. U. H.Pennon : Mrs. Paul Jacobs N.C.C.S.,
just outside city limit Chairman joint USO program on Sunday Church of God
Mr John M. Smith
Farm Itp OR PAIL ; ,
''f on State Highway. NTS afternoon at \\the NCCS-USO.
Jr., Y.M.C.A. Publicity and Mrs.
; Services
Os lIt In Bach RoomLARRY'S Sunday
to ,
FUN 8AUU-If you want buy Walter
Y.W.C.A. Re-
I' 4 l{ or rent a sewing machine1' see r ,
,I,. ,t U O. Hemingway, 224 South freshments.Hobba Methodist Church In New Building
Thompson St., Blarke. 1-1 alp PLACE

WILL 'l'nADIJ-UU! Chevrolet H says. The Citadel of the Soul" will During' 19 months In which AND CHOICE HOT DOGSHIHAT

ton truck for passenger-icar.. ,,Apply KINGSLEY LAKE The next two( games will be be tbe"topic, of the Sunday they experienced In full'the difficulties -

I!". '\ HI Hat Taveru It 1000 Feet From B Gate Tornadoes; morning sermon at .the Starke of "building"; under" war- '

''I- I'I LUST Black leather,, billfold containing i : Methodist Church.; time conditions, the congregation ;. 'BAR &
ers. Kinder inuney may and keep'Valuable money pap-for' FOR SALE:-Wleker baby carriage, ''day night ,to, meet the powerful Sunday School 10 a., m., W. B. of the Church of God 'will

'.' I return of blllfulcl to newspaper reasonably priced. Apply W, L. Purple Hurricanes In the Uni- Sewell general superintendent. enjoy services Sunday In' their

$( I office c ,'', Up Sllcox. .;,.',,31* North Church 1-12 St. Itp; versity gym. Next Thursday The Youth', Fellowship is planning attractive new cone rete block GRILLGRILL !

\ WANTED. -On, peepslght for 22rifle. night they meet the Lake. Butlar a very Interesting programfor building on St. Clair street in

; .- Write burr 491-A. lip WANTKD-To buy or louse, .mail High quintet there Sunday evening at 6:30: p. m. east Starke. OPEN SUNDAYS

I ,. NOTICE have sold my tractor amount fruit of trees acreage, or with with a pecanor nice The pastor.. the____ _-T._ f_!.. Harper .

and tractor equipment so 1 can small home. A. S. McCay, ,' ..'\. will deliver, the regular Sunday
no longer do this work for you. del Lawtey. IIPMATTUB.iaRa
'"'M* Because of'' war manpower needs ? WE CAN USE'MORE PULPWOOD morning sermon at 11'' o'clock

",, I 1 will also ba unable to get of all kinds renovated and this i will be preceded by
'4" help flatten.In the near future.-R. I.<. ; furniture upholstered, and WRITE TIMBER DEPARTMENT Sunday School at' 10 a. m. The
reflnlshvd. Drop us a card.
i!' MASTINOH MATTRESS CO., Pox: CONTAINER CORPORATION OF AMERICA Feature of the day, however, will
.1 4 FOR 8AI.K: -A 11 r active S-room laO Palatka Fla. tf be a Sunday School and
I', bungalow In fine condition In FERNANDINA, FLA.,
excellent neighborhood. Will ...11tf SPENCER SUPPORTS Individually Peoples' Convention starting. at
;C, on t.rm.-Mr.. H I lid abelle C. designed. Mrs Hertha Pearce 85 '. 2:30: o'clock In the afternoon.
(, Wilson,. ISO, W. Madison lip West Madison St. 7-28-4tp:
I -- The
) -- - -- -- new church building is

r 36x60 and was completed at a
1 1kf cost of
around 2000.
A %sf lr The
>. Evening All members of the church and

4i friends are invited to attend Sunday

... Off" with and enjoy meeting In the MwY1Rl rl
new building. '

i F'OR SALE ; o4e DO NUTS Tfloumio'te. ;, \l /I

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".' .. "., ,. . Save Your 'Health |
'" ,. .
-- -
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'I Made from '
If" "
by sending your family 'waShing to us.
..; ..
i .r 'I'OUnd'sirloin, steak SAVE MONEY TOO! .When you consider
,t: '1 r.t .- labor cost of ,
,, 't" : --- -- ---- .your fuel, soaps, powder

t tVf. The very f"ese etc., it is actually cheaper to send your

'. Premium HOT DOGS laundry to us than to do it at home.

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1.i; T. CLUTE REALTOR ORANGEADE blade 'rompF10rlda if FAMILY BUNDLE Per Pound

+ _--- ---- 1--J1-- - fruit _. pia; j4Z Wearing Apparel 18c Flatwork 7<



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