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: February 2, 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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Bibliographic ID: UF00027795
Volume ID: VID04900
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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wood "Ain't Done Right" By Judy Band

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\,beTS Turn 'Washwoman,.' . Clean Up Liter- FORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH !

,,..and Figuratively, Sgt. Anderson Says . .

Moluccas felandsi N.K.I.: shots of the Army's Invasion of] Official County Publication Established In 1877VOLUMH i

a lousy picture last nightHayrlde" -:- Morotal Island, In the Moluccas I ;
-BhVF.N 8TAB.KE. i
ells Hate group of the Netherland East Indies NUMIICH FIFTEEN ,
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the hometown talent, but ; '-which was VERY Interest
after about five ing to us. There was also a

'i )} ''te:I I minutes Canova'of corn Judy la his short Esquire feature girls about which Varga was weU and Chamber of Commerce Outlines USOs Plan Open House : :

-11 I that class Z received. The, c o m :m e n tator's ,
: i movie I was embarraosed -* closing quip was:. "It takes. Varga Objectives ,At Meeting Tuesday Night
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.',' ,," .. half to about a week to make one of To Mark 4th
:, :f .. these Anniversary .
.. .\j\\' death when acme girls. How long would It ; il

:.' ; disgusted OX hollered take you?" . At long last Starke Is getting "ON THE BALL".
';;''''' : "Hey An- ,t
Those who missed
Tuesday nigbt'0 meeting the' Cham

,; !:; .;.... : THAT dera 6;*ft' 1 from Ain't we Beginning landed three here,weeks our dirty after ber of Commerce missed inspiring get-together County Exceeds I All Starke Units Scheduled To Join In ; ;;P f fI

!U<;i : t Starke.,". clothes were washed free and Those who went expecting just another "hum-drum" Observance
.. I
r meeting were agreeably surprised.
rI'' what weekly by a Quartermaster
I' And'' Mobile

.," I hnrtj "im1nt 'I* Laundry unit. That miracle From the very minute President A. J, Thomas called 6th Loan Invited To Attend '
that-I'd$.wx'- lasted, for us enlisted men. Just the group to order it was evident that almost- every mem Quota ;1

f Judy should get the-bUune.' two weeks when "due to the ber present had been thinking seriously about the post- The American public whose gifts[ have made possible

he fall of 1942 "be' was volume" they could handle only war future of Starkeand had some very tangible sug- Junlus M. Smith Brad ford USO Clubs' and the organization's other activities will be f.

g Army CampsTta, the tho officers' washing Mid that gestion to make. County chairman of the Sixth the guest of honor Saturday and Sunday February 3-4 '

and I saw'her;'She shout'' at .of. the medical. So department then In.tallatlons. Out of this mixing and mingling of the thoughts of lead War Loan drive, has been notified when USO here' and in neary.3.000] other', ]localities, will]], :I
Shelby 1Hlee.t( gave we were ing business by the State Chairman of
men gradually emerged four-point program hold Open 1I0use the fourth
,beck .on anniversary of its founding
fell performance then and scrubbing, 'each hit own. that the Chamber adopted as its immediate objectives: the War Finance Committee .that February 4, 1941. j '
of lot better Last week I cut left thumb!
a a my Bradford
County went "over
the fright ,be was taut two stitches worth and the medics 1. Through a program of advertising call the at with a total of $282.942 In "As USO is financed by the American' people through i

On the stag her sing-' said to keep it out of wash water. tention of the service men and women, now in our War Bond Sales''on a quota of the National War Fund," A. J., Thomas chairman of the It

as really entertaining,,but Of necessity I looked for hard- midst to the advantages of living In; Bradford $2 9OOO. according to final reports USO council said {in making the announcement this week
II latest Hollywood other up GX that I could persuade to County so that more of them will be encouraged to from the Federal Reserve "contributors to the fund through Florida] War Fund Drive

vole has .Just aas -' act in lieu of a wash-womnn, and buy or build homes in this community. Bank. are especially) urged to attend to see what their money has I
| much appeal ..' Guy: In my search I discovered In our 2. Start planning; now for Conversion of one of the This was welcome news ss the made possible. t
ardo at s Jam session Band the' "Little Gem Laundry" Gonmmentbuildings here into modern
a hospital drive ended here with the county "Your husband daughter, or son probably has mention- ,t
rae, due allowances should owned, operated and otherwise after the war. still several thousand dollars ed what USO to ""

3e for our opea-alr OX administered by four 'enterprisingmu.s1clan.e 3. Secure a freezer locke, told storage and .meat'curing short of the goal, counting only Red Cross in uniform I ,"means Mr. Thomas men
$sound system.- But-I Just In spare time plant for Starke "and\ trade area. bonds actually issued by local Issuing Chapter said "Monthly] attendance
elleve Hollywood b.... done The contraption consists of a. 4. Be on the alert regarding' the future of Camp Blan- agents, However In the Has New Home these clubs at
usually reserved
wire mesh drum slow-
by our Judy. Either theygive' revolving ding. Promote its conUnaed final tabulating, each county get:
use as a,, Service for those in
ly'pourer of'' SecretaryJudge uniform is
her some,'decent, ma- by courtesy a and veteran's credit for bonds bought else over
or turn her back to the one cylinder g a II o line engine camp where by. persons who give the 30.000,000 and USO-Camp
Ways and of best HJ. K.
means developing these objectives will Ferryman, Chairman
common on farm Implements) Shows are 2,000-
land radio.
county ,as their home
within horizontal < .. be discussed at the next Chambetr of Commerce meeting to of the Bradford County Chap-
a steel ex..,. and It. was these 000 more, so come in look
evldenUy sales ,
highlight of Judy's perappearaaoe barreL The barrel is almost be held Tuesday night, Feb. 13," in Mr.Thomas' office in that put Bradford over the ter, American Red Cross, to as announced around, be welcome and
at Shelby oo> top. the gets
when soldiers unknown filled to the top opening with the courthouse. All members aryi'prospective. members. are It was also reported that the appointment of Mrs. first hand impression.'
Marjorie e a r ch of Columbus,
hot water. The urged to be
this day) broke Into her have soapy boys present. --- -- county exceeded its E bond quota, Ca., as Home Service Cecretary A proclamation praising
dng room and stole all thething's a well dug on the spot being credited with sales of $201,- for this Chapter USO for its four of
do the* (exceptshe The laundry does a quick clean 'Church On Wheels'Here Personal Health 495 on a quota of 172000. years service
Mrs. to those in
'' damp wash and costs me a flat Chairman Smith Search comes to Starke uniform has
nlrs. Following was wearing the) per-for., .flO.OO (ten gliders is 95.31)) a This Week Classes To StartAt'USO.NCCS with the final was report very and pleased expressed with several years experience In been issued by Mayor Char.
I Welfare work. She received her ]lea Darby who
month for a weekly wash not to appreciation has, asked
that after do- everyone
nee night
the entire show In the |'exceed 17 pieces.] The proprietors Starke Is being visited this Club who helped to make the Sixth training In Georgia State College every citizen of Starke to

Scotch plaid afternoon 'have scores of customers and are week by..a "traveling pulpit" or Those Interested in taking the War Loan drive a success. for Women and has had three take advantage of the Open
making a' killing r"church on wheels", the latest years experience In the Public House invitation
she made to the tonic' to visit the
a plea 'spring still
: sign Up
I venture In Christian service of R. may Welfare Department at Columbus.
Guess I'D be to
tempted continue
Is over the footlights to: : for the series of, classes which Major; Dickson In her Home Service USO Clubs [in this city while
this convenient connectioneven O. LeTouraeau, manufacturer of < capacity as
return my clothes and started yesterday and will continue Chairman Thomas is also em
after the thumb is off the famous "bulldozer" and other Is Rotary Speaker Secretary, Mrs Search will
luentions wlU bo asked" throughout February.. phasizing that all
the dead-Une again. I always heavy equipment. Mr. LeTour- have' Charge of the Home Service will be welcome )*
|no go. ,did-I always will-detent washIng neau achieved renown recently as Classes meet In 'the USO-NCCS An insight Into the many problems Department and the ,..supervision any time Saturday and
newsreel redeemed the clothes. (And that remark tho-bublnebS. man who made God recreation room on Temple Ave., confronted In starting a of the Volunteer Home ;serviceCotpi' Sunday.A .

last evening to some ex- should be a cheering one to his partner, became successfuland each Tuesday Thursday military, Installation {pie rise of ''under' the chairmanship of formal! dance will featurethe
giving us first ion Junius Smith! aunt sinco gives away' 00to I morning at 10:30: o'clock. Camp Blending was given Wed the ReV. Grover Alison Open House celebration on
y .our ac _. _.__) ...........n... .r .,. o.AM..t .,..,.. ..........1. There' will ,be '. eclal exercises nesday by Major A. A. Dickson, 'The term "Home Service" 'Mr, Saturday ':with a military band.
"eprrsdtng ins CAOpeI-at,''Jesus for all weight groups and whether \ Chief Civilian Personnel Branch, Pefryman states .Is applied to the from Camp Blanding providing

Christ. 4r.", fc ',&:t-,..w6r* "" ' oat: are overweight or underweight In an Informal'' talk at the Rotary service rendered by Chapters in music There will be aa eater
it t.M.aD'S: Here Again a.To ,Help behalf of In all branch. talnnumt by emen,
; ; ,-Je! Gospel ij.1 .: Stark, according health charts, Club/ . _M ..._ ....persons....__. __ ...____. ___ .--..- .. ...ry1. t
Is making..Jte. 'head darters at the" course 'willTlielude: : your Major. We ut,,,ujq ,.vi"u.iy. uiu navni ,service YV nUll an win M welcome both
up .
: the Gospel'''Tabernacle..' tt Is 35 needs and hehr-you >Maintain good situation by saying that the problems and' m'.r. families;('for dlr days;, the''"BueiLay:-'Oped House,
Those Income Tax Returns general! health.In '' abled ex-swrvtce persons. and their will be a 'occasion
feet long, weighs. 11: 1-2 : n sand faced at camp are 'the same for them
cost ,$15.000 to build and addition to exercises, classes aa those,faced by any small business families; and for Civilians. The f.hers'1: wives and:,sweethearts
equip. It has all the convenIences will Include instruction In pos today- multiplied thousands primary responsibility- of I Horn* of those.away,at'warCembers;: '
it any' income tax troubles this year? of a modern home and of- ture, carriage, grooming and nu of times. With 3)000) civilians On Service la to sestet servicemen of women's clubs have also received !a
course you have. WHO hasn't rica It Is routed along a care tr1 tlon. the pay roll at the present time and ex-s rvlcemeD and their families special Invitations for.'Sunday
ell, that man is going to be here again Monday. That fully'chosen itinerary/ that will The spaghetti dinner at the peak( employment reached 0,000)) In meeting those needs which afternoon.

|'w ho helps '''you with your return and doesn't charge a cover the key. centers of the USO-NCCS snack bar- continues the turnover is great and skilled the arise Armed from the man's. .servlce.,.ln "We in USO are proud of the

Better make your plans now to see him while you country from North to South, to be a' big hit among those who workers, especially mechanics, are Forces.In accomplishments. of the past four v
carrying Its evangelistic message I enjoy real 'Italian cooking Dinner becoming increasingly hard to carrying out thb'progremMr..Perryman yeare, Mr. Thomas said "and
'A' to churchless communities and to starts at 7 p. m. each Thursday find. Major Dickson said said Mrs. Search only regret we cannot have every-
deputy from the Jacksonville office of the Col-
end is served"for 39 will be assisted by volunteers and one see at first hand
many army camps. and munition i cents. .' Other guests at this meeting I what !Is being
|tor of .Internal Revenue- will be in Starke for five centers were Rev. Roy Austin, evangelist Is responsible for training, place done In almost 3,000 other
iys \Starting-Monday-=Feb 5 through :eb. 8.. I ment and tecbnlcal supervision of clubs
.- The Rev. Roy Austin, ,.evange Again the servicemen's wives i George WUUams, gospel singer I and operations In the United
bile here the 'deputy' willbe;located. in -the' Circuit list, and George WUUacns'Gospel gathered for the weekly luncheonat and S B. Higgins, secretary of all Home Service VoluDteers'with Spates and overseas throughout
room of ''the' county courthouse from 9 a. m. until singer; are' 'aboard the bus :'and ,the USO-NCCS club. The meal the Layman Evangelistic Association the assistance of the Executive (the Western Hemisphere.. We also

p. m. each day, and if there is a waiting line he will are assisting in services, at the which consisted- 'grilled frankfurters ? who are' in Starke this Secretary and the "Home Service. ) wish that everyone could see how'
until ''he finishes the last applicant: Tabernacle this week. Accompanying and cheese on buns with week with the LeToumeau EvanV Chairman. ', U80-Camp Shows?entertains in

All persons who are interested: 'in having( : their in- them is S. B. Hlgglns, potato salad and chocolate pie gellstlo Bus.Funeral. Red Mrs.Search Cross. Chapter Is on duty Office'at' the to the"camps here' and,ia every theatre -'
ie'tax returns prepared correctly are urged to take secretary of the National Christian was prepared by' Mrs Margaret give Information or'assistance war,
Evangelistic" Ana Osburn and Mrs. Stephanie KapeL "Thanks' are being extended to
vantage of this FREE service. -.,_*!.Laymen's_ ___- ,_ _.. *k.. ..,.. .Those attending were Margaret Saturday under the Home Service Program the many men and''women of
urmers who filed their returns Jan. 15 and v NV.? vrv..vv v
regular on Anne Young.Virginia Kolek, Inez For Andrew Griffis this city who have, given their
I what taxes were due are not required to file an addi- I '
I Casey, Leeretta Seaton, KatherIne 1 Teachers Discuss time to make usa a trlendiyplace.
return on March 15.illcraft Woman MiaaitinaryTc'Speak Mathieu, Ruth Fauaett Louise 'resident Andrew Griffis, 64, lifelong I Financial Crisis USO la proud of !Its '!,-
At Church Sutton, Virginia Llddon, Agnes of Bradford County died 000,000 unionist workers all over.

Display Red Cross WorkersTo i Bence, Zilla Haw kin l s, Doris at the home of his son, J. D. Due to the financial crisis fac the country who make its work
.. Miss Mary Mac NIcholl7; who Saunders, Jean Mutze, Janie Harrington Griffis. In Theressa Saturday ing the public school teachers of possible. Some of them' will
USO Club Here Attend Luncheon has served with the Navajo Methodist :Mary Jane Chrlstenflen, night. Florida, a representative group of greet you at the USO Club'and
s> Mission School at Farming Vera Katz, Stella B-rtsch, Dora Funeral services will be held the teachers of Bradford County show you the f facilities\ you have
shellcraft exhibit will be Mrs. Junius Smith Chairman ton, N. M., In the Indian1 reservation Ransom, Betty Beyer, Jerry Quick, from the Baptist Church here met together Tuesday afternoonin helped make available."

[In the ,back wing of the of Volunteer Services, Bradford will speak at the Methodist Nettle Duach, Wanetah Swear- Saturday afternoon at 2 o'clock the Bradford II1 If h School

i at Temple and Washington County Red Cross Chapter, announced Church Sunday evening under the ingen Rita Pitts, Harriet O'- with Rev. L. A. Shepherd and building to discuss the legislative Walnut Street USO
Rev. L. D. Halnes In Interment
SOl'S h t of the Woman'sSociety Rourke and Marie Jacobs charge. ,
upon P
ta, Sunday afternoon, Feb. this week that a lunch- will be In Dyal cemetery program for schools which
zes totaling 24.50 will be eon will be held Tuesday, Feb of Christian Service. She Following the luncheon the under the direction of De- has been endorsed by the Florida An anniversary celebration was
will also speak at the Lawtey girls had a bowling which the order of
party Educational A s s Delation, Wom the day at the Walnut
to men !In uniform and to 6, in the USO Club at Temple & Methodist Church tonight (Friday was thoroughly enjoyed by those Witt He C.ia Jones survived three an's Cub, t the American Legion St. US 0 Wives' luncheon
by sons,
wives: Washington.All ). participating.Mrs. Sgt. Sidney W. Griffis Texas and the Continuing Counsel on Tuesday. Not' only was the birthday
Bt and second prizes will be key workers in the volunteer Miss Mac Nlcholl was commissioned Katherine' Mathieu and S 1-c Wilbur K. Griffis. California Education. of the President duly recognized
to men for the best brooch, workers corps and also chair- a home missionaryfIn Mrs Nettle Busch are cochairmen and J. D. Griffis, Theresa; A meeting of the Bradford but also that of three wives
est pair of ear rings, and men of the various committees 1943. Her appearances here f re for the next weeks luncheon. a daughter Mrs. McRldgell of County Teachers Association will whose birthdays fall In January
e best set. Prizes will be for the coming Red Cross war a part of the study of the WS
to women for theame., fund drive ,are to be present and She will bring her Interestfugcollection this. social gathering may call Mrs. 0: C. Cason, Starke, Mrs.A. will be announced later,. Bush and Mrs, Harley Haire.
.her first and second, prize will discuss their parts in the I of Indian costumes Inc} line 176 to make reservation Wiggins. Lakeland, and Mrs These honored guest received
given for the ,'beat !In- red cross organization and each trinkets. Luncheon Is served at 12:30: sharp W. E. Griffis, Lawtey. Methodist Church gifts presented to them by Mrs.
|uri collection '**%?: member's part In relation to their She Is now an Instructor in the for 25 cents. Pallbearers will. be C. A. Powell I Charles Sanborn.

hoped that many'will en- own. They are working for a Boylan-Haven School In Jackson J. H. ,Fields. J. T. Quigley L. A. Holy communion win Be OD- A nag decorated the cam
id contestants map: "exhibit better Red Cross organizationwith ville. I Miss Nora Peebles was the Davis, A. .J. Thomas. and S. E. served at Sunday morning and marking each place at the table
ny Items as they., choose. more understanding between lucky 'Cinderella of T u e s day Sparks. evening-Services at the Methodist and on the reverse side was found
I line for entries will be 10 various groups. They plan to G. I. Art Exhibit I.j night's dance at the U80-NOCS Church and Che' pastor will speak 1 a horoscope for each guest These
SatuNlay'nleht..* "- hold these luncheons monthly. club The prize was a handsomered at 11 a. m. on "Crusading for were read aloud during the course
Ing Will Open Sunday simulated alligator bag. Each Safety Expert Christ". Congregational/ singing of the program which followed
month of Deceirtln Food For Victory .- K '- .. Tuesday a prize .is awarded one Conducts Course led by Sanford Rltch will be a the delicious meal.
en uniform and their The G. I. Art Exhibit nowion of the ladles at their regular .... feature of the evening service., During the short business.. session
Irs made 129 dozen' brooches, Club OrganizedThe tour In Florida will be on exhibition dance which begins) at 8 p. m. Harry A. Kenning, Red Cross The young people have arranged following, which was presided
of ear rings, and 11 j in the usa at Temple and Iin the recreation room. Field Representative First Aid, a very Interesting pro over by Mrs. James Llddoo.Wlve's ,
pairs of dress clips at' a fifth and sixth'grade girlsof Washington Streets Sunday Feb. Water Safety and Accident Pre gram for 6:30: Sunday evening. Council Chairman, especlaJ -,
to them of' approximately the Starke school have or 4, at which time the Club will
Baptist Church vention Service, Eastern Area, Is : attention was called to the
had they bought the' same ganized a Food-for-Vlctory club, be celebrating TJSO'ji Fourth conducting a First Aid Instruc New Open House to be held at.. the
tau prices. The monthof with the purpose of producingand Birthday. Open house for all "When the Sun Went Down atNoon" tors' Training Course here this River'Baptist Walnut St. USO Sunday, Feb.
ry will run about the same. conserving more food for military and the community of : will be the sermon title week. Regular services will be held 4, which commemorates USO'sfourth

e" USO is having shellcraft Homo use. Starke will enable everyone Interested Sunday morning at the First bar Kenning _* an outstanding at the New River Baptist Church birthday. This Open House
night this week and every At their first' meeting Jan. I to see the Art Exhibit Baptist Church of Starke. figure in this field, both in this Sunday with services beginning hi for both soldiers and civilians,

noon In order that everyone, 26, Betty June Williams was Sunday afternoon. The Sunday School meeting at country and in Puerto Rico, at 12:00: o'clock. Everyone Is invited displaying! wherever possible tangible -
ling to compete will get ace elected Secretary, Mary Lou Pvt. Charles E. Hersog, Center 9:45 a. m., will study "Jesus': where he has served with the to come and hear. Rev. evidence of worthwhile services
to make something to en- Tracy, Garden Chairman; Helen Hdq. Co., IRTC, Camp Blanding Estimate of Human worth" fromthe ReeT Cross. Truby Parrlsh deliver) an a interesting and activities carried on.
Haines, Poultry Chairman and has two pictures that will be In 9th Chapter of Matthew. Instructors'enroned !In the class message.CocaCola.

Peggy Caldwell, Canning Chair the exhibit/ are: Foster Shl Smith, James Tuesday Bible Hour
ant man. The club plans ,,to. meet The entire exhibition will be Training Unions for all ages Hobbs, Canon Geiger., V. R. Ferguson
: Marriages every two weeks, and was or made up of paintings by the G. will meet at 6:15: p. m. to study W. B Sewell, Mrs. Edward PlantThe There were 59 children and ?

win E. Hanberry and June ganized under the'direction of I.s of the state of Florida. Manyof ManT"the question, "W hence Came Bums, Mrs. T. H. Osborne, Mr 'Starke Coca-Cola Bolting adults present at the Community

ams. Mary G. Leonard. Emergency the paintings are the worksof Eva Harou tun i a n, Mrs. Kate Co., plant Is looking up" these Bible Hour held each Tuesday In
Bailey and Patrician Assistant, Home DemonstrationWork fairly well known artists Following the singing of re Shepherd and Mrs. Rosa Cook. days with an attractive new paint the Methodist Church Building.
who Is working from the such as: David Lawrence, ,Her- quest sonts at 7:30 p.m., the The classes .are being held in! the Job both exterior. and Interior. Anew Rev. and Mrs Worthington of

Pascal Jones anft Susan office of the Oounty Agent la this man Block, Louis Sylvia, Harry pastor will bring"the message, wing at the USO Club, Templeand roof was also recently placedon Lawtey conducted the classes
ones of Alachua. county. Lampert, acd Bernard Schmlttke. "Safe in the Boat, Washington:; streets. the building. with Mrs. R. A. Green as pianist.


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{ IM CIRCUIT cornT, BRADFORD February 12th., len, |In
Mrs. Norris Receives 18 Rejected For T.B. the State Board of Health. COUNTY, FLORIDA IN CHAN named Court and the Mh...Or 1
the rejections were: CKHV. plaintiff i eek" divorce "u. h4"
\ ;1 THE BRADFORD COUNTY Son In Past 4 YearsA By years Corrina Prldgen Farrow, Child unf other relief. / ,
Medal Honoring Martha "
f r 1941, 5; 1942, 2; 1943 6; 1944, County Telegraph c h a I I i Ubt''
Plaintiff, vs. Hermon L. Farrow thl. In .
\' i"l I 1t t Established 1877 Lost In Action total of 18 Bradford County 6. Defendant. Caaa No. 3511. ie Order next four Meeyh I,

'. I Matthews .__________ Editor and Owner registrants have been rejectedfor During the same period of ORDER OF PUBLICATION Witness my hand and e oft
, 4; E. _.... -- ......-..... .T.'. Selective Service by reason of time, tuberculosis rejections from STATE AND NOTICE OF FLORIDA TO APPEAR to: Hermon uary seal at 4th Starke, 1949.OFFICIAL ., Florida, this 1v 1
Second Class Matter W' ,\ "" ". tuberculosis during the past four L. Farrow whose residence l !I. % ( SEAL) A J
Entered as ..
a : : Published Weekly on Fridayand .. the entire state have totaled Roosevelt Tavern, Oranbr Street, A> Clerk of said Court, >
at the Post Office at Starke, Rlorlda.!; '. years. These figures were givenIn Norfolk Virginia W. C. Hardeety.: Daylong II.
'} a report recently published by' 1690. You are required to appear on Florida. Atty. for Pit. 1-12 4It's
r ''
,; Years of USO WHEN ON SUNDAY -
,; FEBRUARY 4, USO celebrates -
j ;\ Proved lit Worth anniver-
: Have its fourth
War with Open House in be here Have Coca-Cola
; In World At sary its approximately 3,000 great to . a
operations, the American people will see how their best

?1' working ideals have recreated democracy for a major

>' :, I part of their countrymen and women in uniform.

However, USO is not just an ideal vacuum, secure
J against the stresses and strains of today. Through its iw

doors come differing men, held together by the common 4 1 1
.), 1 tt bond of duty, bringing with them problems of N 1
i', the community at large for USO to unravel. When

1,; ; these men leave a USO club for distant battlefields,
.l: they carry along the benefits of that service which is ik

I r. USO's middle name. ..__J.........__. ____ _
,i Such service may seem slight to the uninitiated, as
when USO club director borrowed an infant for a
f a Pictured above Is Mrs William
/ I soldier to hold. But, when it is revealed that the soldier Norris of Starke accepting' the

:';' had never seen his own infant, then the apparent Air Medal awarded posthumously
Add to it the innumer-
trifle becomes something more. to her eon! Staff Sgt. Robert T.
:;' able small services provided by 1,000,000 volunteer Dodd, in a recent ceremony at
ii I:} workers to their uniformed guests, plus the work of Dale Mabry Field Tallahassee.

USO-Camp Shows in bringing entertainment! to frontline Mrs. Norris wan accompaniedto

q troops and you have the essential spirit of the 'the ceremony bv her son-in- .

f American people in this war. law and daughter. Mr. ,and Mrs. =

C. O. Price of Qulncv and her 3- K -. /--:- -- 1

oil ,ti, 1 j Pulpwood Cutters .> IF ANY FURTHER proof daughter Mrs./R. H. Bartlev, of \ -,-
I were needed of the importance .Tack onvUle. They were taken ; _
,r1 1' Get Draft Deferment of pulpwood cutting for a tour In the Commander's -.r

,F As 'Critical' Employes to;the war, effort, car to all points of Interest on
',1 Commission the field. Mm. Norris had as her "
'h the War Manpower -
I has provided it by placing this occupation on escort Lt. Bolte who accompaniedher ': .
on the field to accept the \ ,. -
!,;''i, its "critical" list of war jobs. medal and review the parade. :, :;7,..' =,

: ,:i Pulpwood cutting previously had been classified by In sympathy with Mrs. Norris,
I \ ; WMC as "essential". The new "critical" classification is Mator Sakser. officer of the day, I
guide to Selective Service Boards said., "Always in war mothers soldier homeWhen
ii' designed to serve as a . .or helping a feel at
)\ in deferring the most important war workers. suffer most. But I 'want you tq ,
1y .
remember that your son still liven
to the cutter '
What this classification means pulpwood
j' in memory with the patriots and he's back on furlough, It's the little things a soldier left behind that he I
deferred from service
is that he should be military '
''+\ until all available men in both essential and nonessential heroes Sift. Dodd of this was world.a radio operatorand looks for. In three words Have a Coke, much of his old life. comes to mind.For /

l':"' activities have been drafted. gunner on a B-24 and was Coca-Cola was part of his days after school or after work, with the gangand A / /' %
If a war job is to be known for the company it reported missing after anti-
"if y,: an "
with his girl.A happy remembrance of carefree times. Ice-cold CocaColaholds
ranks with the best. Other
ill; keeps, pulpwood cutting submarine mission over the Bay
;'i "critical" activities listed by WMC include the manufacture of Biscay on"August 8, 1943. An a warm and friendly place in American life. And it should have a special
:i ; of aircraft ships tanks, guns bombs, torpedoes intensive search of the area revealed home.
and ammunition.: nc trace of the plane or place in your icebox at Wherever Americans go, Coca-Cola stands for
V Pulpwood cutting is a No. 1 war job. the crew and after a year and a the pans that refreshes,-has become a symbol of our friendly way of life. You naturally hear Coca-Cols
f4 i day Mrs. Norris was notified that _
called by its friendly abbreviation!
!' 'White Lightning sion. Posthumous honors awarded'to' |'Coke'.Hoch mean the quality product
( l' Albert Carter, colored, of near Sgt./ Dodd include the Citation of STARKE COCA-COLA BOTTLING CO of Th. Coca-Coll Company.
Leads to Arrests Lawtey la being held in jail and Honor, a Memorial Certificate by .
'I Llllle Mae Hamilton and Liley President Roosevelt the Purple r O 1943 KM C-C Co.,
I.I f l Sheriff A. O. Andreu and PatrolWatson each posted a $150 cash Heart and fthe Air Medal. The

\",,t .an Melvin McKinney made sev- bond. Willie Goodman was also citation accompanying the Air
1.1' raids and arrests !last week, released. They are all colored Medal states that it was awardedfor
''j i persona suspected of having and were found with illicit whis meritorious achievement while
mite lightning" 1n.,their po..eakey In:. their possession.lUonder serving as a crewman for over
200 operational hour on long
't ;. over-water flights under extremely -

';' :, (fifi Sltop The reflected displayed adverse courage great by weather, this coolness credit enlisted, con upon and dltlona.himself man skill- FNThrORKER'

and the Armed 'Forces of
i MH1. RHMSIIO UAVIft. PItorniwroiJewelry *
: the United States.
Besides his mother, Sgt. Dodd
:;fi, is survived by two brothers, Fred
Dodd of Ocala and Bruce Doddof
,brit,}' ,I!, Gifts Portsmouth,Va., and three sisters DRAft

r'l' .' Souvenirs WIG WRAP Mrs. C. O. Price of'Quincy, IN
Mrs. R. H. Bartley, Jacksonville, DEfERMENT
j ,;. I. Novelties TO'I9lAILr and'Mrs. ':I. C. Hlllman, Ocala. He V V

,I') was born near' Leesburg 'Va., and Commission today map
'" came to Florida with his mother War Manpower
-\ ,,,- I when still a very small child. WASHINGTON Jan 16_The for whiCh Selective jraasSSK' *

i, ;\ FOR SAFETY, COMFORT AND ECONOMY RIDE list of c7 occupations raises Hhe cutting ) trLQ ,.fromf'Ulpwood
", Priest Warehouse a revised defennent.This new list, as the "production of IUbatances'PulP ., from a
FLORIDAMOTOR LINE BUSSES grant draft and other ,rating.,
:;: Destroyed by FireThe merely essentia tc? a critical
Van II. Priest Co., ware-
I ". .
: house at Madison, distributingcenter
I of merchandise to a chainof
10 cent stores (Including two
'Iii, UNION BUS STATION In Starke) was recently destroyedby TO I
; fire. MEANS
t LACY CONWAY, Agent The fire originated In the ceiling THIS

!' ,q Temple Ave. Starke. Florida of the large building which WHAT
; .- besides being filled, with merchandise -
; contained the executive
''I 1''' HU. '" rr .. .. offices of the com p any. The cUrrERS
flames were bursting through the I
I 1 SERENITY roof when first seen by a passing : PULPWOOD
''I moto r Is t. The annex of the
'J; of surroundings, simplicity of cereI. building was saved but the mer-
f mony, modesty in the! expense- thesecombined' chandise con ents were badly
make a refined and reput- water soaked. The loss was estimated -
'{I. ,'. able Service for all needs. at $129,000 and was par-
t\ "' tially covered by Insurance.
e tt! <', C. O. Priest, manager of the
I,. . , Starke store, stated yesterdaythat '
\ the fire had caused a short- If you are of draft age ((26 or over) you may be deferred.

h /.: DEWITT C. JONES age of some items here, but that ,

Ir, t r ,j. AMBULANCE! SERVICE: the Inconvenience as the factories Is only are temporary now until all available men. in both "essential" and nonessentialoccupations

shipping goods directly to the '
t,', Funeral Director, stores until the warehouse can are inducted.
be rebuilt.
o k +"crr' Phone
"\ '
" STARKE, FLORIDA Marriages Lead If you are now cutting pulpwood I and 'have been deferred

I,.., 0',' . Divorces Slightly ,
% R i j..T""I.., .... .. .. According- figures from the stick to your /job fulltime.If / ,

/ I offices of County Judge E. K.
Perry man and Circuit Court
Clerk A. J. Thomas, the numberof
marriage licenses Issued for you are now in a merely"essential" occupation' and want to

the past several years has been .

FRESH declining since they reached an get into "critical" pulpwood production do
so at Then
; all-time high in 1942, while the once.

year divorces than were in 1942.a few Comparative more this apply I to your draft board f for deferment.

fcllfc Il figures follow:
1942-050:\ Marriage Licenses
and 440 divorces.

AND VEGETABLES 1943-782 Marriage Licenses. . ..
(' 1944--684 Marriage Licenses ..
r and 485: divorces. .. .
Many of those securing mar- !

riage licenses In Bradford Countylive CONTAINER CORPORATION OF USIIBED
DICANDIO'SCrub elsewhere, a majority of them AMERICA ;

are stationed at FE'
Camp Blanding.
Market Also many divorces granted In .
Circuit Court here are for persons !! .

living elsewhere j __.._ ,,-< ---- --. *. .

IIifI'1J':! ..., 1 , .. .
] I _. \ .
L. ._
/ : : ;''' ;:: r-: :,r.... .$G",,''<''"" " ,...:.-Hv ..-&,-.-.... a...'Iitk ., 'W \r.i"'.,,. .. .....,"''.....,.....- ,_.w,_ .....'.


t. 1945

. . . . . . son Buford and sister, Miss Margaret : . . . . . . Davis In Sanderson who has been Building Permits i ; I

JOURNAL Dyal, are spending several 111 for several weeks. We are \ >1
Hampton days visiting their aunt in Winter Sun nybro oI{ glad to report that she la Im Total Only $17,920 r

Park. .
tutor-Olceta Green Barbara moved to Capitola, Fla.. . Ry. .Mrs.. .M..C..Sweeney. . . Die and Mrs. L. J. Wynn. Mr. .By. !\NI.. Arsulo. . Crawford. . . proving.Mrs.. Walter llatheny and child- Construction in Starke dropped J ,
to the lowest figure since :
Bobby Turner and later when she was five years and Mrs.\ K. B. Watterson, M. L. ren of Palatka were dinner guests Camp
.r Biographies- Lora old she settled !In the. quiet townof HIRTII ANNOUNCED: Watterson and Aaron Mlnton at Mr. and Mrs. Ruben Lewis and of Mr. and Mrs. R. R. Crosby Ulan cling last year when only i17,- '
SCrews and Frances Colley Hampton. Here she started to Pfc. and Mrs. Seeber Goodman tended Ordination Services for children, Mrs Ethel LaRoche and Sunday.The 920 in permits were Issued. Com

foclety New".oarnita. Hutto school, completing the ninth announce the arrival of a daughter Wilbur A. Scott at the Lawtey children, allot Crescent, Ga., parsonage! at the church parative 1941---$366,395.figures are: I '
fund Barbara Keeniachers grade. She, then, became a student Harriet Eloise, on Monday, Baptist church last week. were weekend guests of their Is almost completed and Rev. and
IIlogrophlee-Dorothy at B.H.S., and at the Jan. 29th in the Alachua County Mickey Walker of There sa, 1042---J2B8.S24. I
present parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Ward Mrs. W. E. Hall, our pastor, will'
f Crosby and Storte Edwards time !Is a, so called, "Dignified Hospital, Gainesville. Mrs Goodman was the guest of Charles Dees, and family. soon be moving In. I 1943-$93.000. I ,
,a News-Allene Keileycial Senior". Is the former Miss Eloise Friday and Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Kelly and Rev. and 1rs.V, E. Hall were 1944-$17.920. "
:Mot of the 1944 permits wen'for I. :
Features--Ms>rlon Johns "Bob", as she Is called is a Pickren. Pfc. Goodman is now Archie E. Eiland of the Merchant children were visit t !Ing their! dinner guests of }fl'. and Mrs. small additions or repaln
|and Betty Hazel Green blonde, blue-eyed girl of 17. She serving with the Armed Forces Marine Is at home this brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and \V. R. HaJslop Sunday and guestsof Building 'r. s trictiona are stil .
is 5'6' tall, and weighs 124 pounds over-seas. week with his wife, Mrs. Dorothy I Mrs. Dewey Woods In Jackson Pvt. and Mrs. Alton Dobbs and rather severe on new construe :

far BiographiesE Like every girl, "Bob" has her LADIES COUNCIL MEETS Eiland. ville. Mrs. Inez! Kelly Sunday evening tlon. The larger" permits IRRUPU f I 1
special likes which are: swimming I Mrs. Marjorie Wadsworth was Miss Ernestine Morris and Miss Dir and Mra. 0, E.: Crosby and Mr.: and Mrs. Bishop Thomas during' the year included the $t,- 1 t
GREEN PASS dancing, reading, and choc I hostess to the Ladles Council of Gloria Butler who are attendingthe Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Crosby and and children of LaCrosse attended 1 I 1 5OO intent for the off tens of I>rs. '
lies was born. In Starke on olate ice cream sodas. Her dislikes the Christian Church on Wednes State College for Women at children were visiting Mr. and church Sunday and were' dir Herlong and Adams on West Call
fember I, 1925. I might adda are few. day afternoon, Jan. 24th. An Tallahassee were week-end guestsof Dire Raymond Brown in WorthIngton nee guests of Mr. and Mrs. H H. St. This bulld'ng is supposed to
terrible storm ushered In She Is undecided as to what Interesting program was enjoyed Miss Morris' grand parents, Springs Wednesday night. Lew la. be used" as a clinic in the tutu- .
|stork, At any rate, part of she will 'do or be after finishing with Mrs. Gerald Adkins in Mr. and Mrs. B. Y. Saxon. Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Dukes of Also $1,000 each for the Beth ,1Bapttat
New River . . . . . .
were visiting Mrs.Duke's
(storm stayed behind In the school, but whatever It may be charge. A delightful social hour Mrs. George Rahme, Sr., and Church and the St
of a blonde with hazel eyesis -...we wish her the best of luck. followed the devotional and bull daughter, Mrs Roy Starr, left on parents, Mr. and Mrs. ITolineni! Church "t,0(
5 feet 5 1-2 Inches talL ness session, and Mrs. Wads- Wednesday for Hespor, Ala., to Kirby Crews recently Woodlawn tor ropalm t.. Cse; :'tr! '1 I., g
Joking aside Elise has a veryy GARNITA HUTTO worth, assisted by Mrs. Jewel visit relatives. Robert Ward of Jacksonvilleand Store on Call St.. and $la'C: for

disposition and Is very Garnlta was born on April 9, Johns and Miss Marlon C. Johns 1\\'. and Mrs. J. R. Walters and and children his wife,of Tire New Novls River Ward were . lly r .Ater.. .Myrle. itahlsr. . . i repairs to Morgan's Cook /Ltoro.:: i, /
liked. 1023 here In Starke. She la 5 served tempting refreshments to daughter, Barbara of Tampa and I If John P. Mack received a permit j
jie has been attending B.H.S. feet 3 inches tall, weighs 120 her guests. I Mrs. Henry Hinson and son, visiting Dir and Mrs. W. C. Ward Elder\ O. J. Rnulorson' filled" on August 31, to build a residence I
[ all her school, years. Elise pounds, has blue eyes, fair com Wayne, of Starke have been recent Sunday. his regular appointment. here Sun poultry farm and small
that the happiest hour of plexion, and naturally curly Mrs. J. W. Home and son, J. guests of Mr and Mrs. L. We nil welcome Mr. and Mrs. day, and he and Mrs. Raulerson' I animal hospital on Thomas St., to 1
| life came on December 17, brown Lair She started to school W. Jr., were visitors to Gaines- G. Johns. Mr Johns has now J. Parremore and children to this were dinner gursts of Mr. and cost $500.Back: .
P. M. We all know ville last Friday revived medical from community. They moved into
at 4:00: here and has been coming ever a discharge Mrs. L. W. Page. \
this was the day she-became since. Her likes are-swimming, Mrs. George Williams and son, the Army and will be at home the Brown. and house Mrs., Thursday.Mr. Frank Thomas. Mr. and Mrs. L. P. Rnfuae and In States aLt i
WUlard Pass. dancing, and singing. She has Howell, were visiting relatives In permanently children Loca and Jean and Miss
jltse lists chicken as her fav- only one dislike-conceited peo- Macclenny on Monday. Mrs. Emily Faver of Miami had as dinner guests Knowles Sunday, Mr.and Idaleo Starling were visiting Mr. Col. L. O. Sheffield( recently
and Mrs. Horace
food and dislikes sa spinach ple. Cp!. and Mrs. Howard Atkin and sister Mrs. Bertha Pearce I baby, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Owens Ra t u e e'a sister. Mrs. Bertha returned to the States after I
ragas and beets. After graduation, she plans to son and little daughter, Geraldine, of Starke were recently visitingold and baby, and Mr. and Mrs. Stuckey Sunday. spending the past four years' us >
ter school Elise Intends to either left for friends here. Everyone Is In vl toil to attend in the South '
go to a business collegeor on Tuesday an 18-day George Fernandez, all of Starke. an Army chaplain i
nun keeping house for a music conservatory. Know- furlough visit to Chicago, HI., Mrs. Bert Hinson is convalesc the regular services! at Wood- Pacific war lone. He was a '
s' We wish her happiness, Ing Garnlta, we are. confident of and points in Minnesota.Mr. ing' at her home here, after re . . . . . . lawn Church (success to you always Elise. her success I n.. whatever field and Mrs. H. 'B. Wiggins turning Saturday afternoon from all keep praying for our fine attack by the Japanese and wa l
have had recent Gainesville where she had been a Pine Level men and women serving in the
she choees.Senior as guests Mr young on Salpan during capture o t
DAKA BRYANT HORNE Wiggins' brother-in-law and sister patient for a week in the Alachua the armed forces of our great that island
|uring the Fall of 1027' on Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Knabbof County Hospital. By Airs II. M. MoRae democracy Sheffield has
29 the Homes, then of News Macclenny. Li. A, Johns of the Merchant . . . . . . many
jresville, S. C., were, blessed i Mra?G. P. Wadsworth( Sr., Is Marina and Mrs. Johns have been Football friends In this section, having :
their first daughter; whom The Seniors held a class meet- spending this week in Plant City spending sometime with Mr and Church attendance at Pine Squad been chaplain at the State Prison

called Barbara Bryant Ing on January 16 for the pur with her sister, Mrs. EUzle Day Mrs. Gordon Wadsworth, Jr. Level Sunday was very good with Given Barbecue near here for several years be. I
the age of six months little : pose' of selecting their class col and other relatives.Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. T. C. Chaatalne 86 In the Sunday School classes. fore entering military service
ors, which are red, white, and Onard Parker, her baby and granddaughter Sue, were They were not eo many Sunday Wednesday of last week the 1044 Mrs. Sheffield spent some time
blue; their class flower, whichIs recently visiting relatives in Lake evening because of the weather Tornado football squad was givena with him In Honolulu before war
; : the rose, and their motto visiting Mr. and Mrs. H. I* Har- City.Pvt. and many Illnesses! The young generous and highly appetizing waa declared, but returned to this
S }Rb' 1 ; A'o which is "Push, Pull, or get out rell of Santa Fe Sunday. and Mrs. Wilson May and people met at'6:30: for their Bible barbecue by W. H. (Billy) country' some time ago
of the way". Mrs. Rita Brown of Ralford sons left Tuesday for Maryland class. We urge all the young peo No e gel and J. R. (Nooklo) d
We are glad to report that two was visiting relatlvea here this where Mrs. :May will visit relatives ple to attend these classes on Wainwright express Its sincere appreciation
more bright Seniors have Joined week-end. while Pvt. May is stationedat the Study of the Bible. These two football enthusiasts not only for the delicious repeat, i
us; Rosalie Allen who halls from Misses Marie Green and Frances Fort Meade. Mrs. H. M. McRae and daughters have done a great deal for the but also for the support given ,
Alachua High and Virginia Rho- Barry were the dinner guests of Mrs. J. J. Pickren. baa been Vesta and Odessa and Clin local team, and the faculty, as by these "backers" at any time ""I t
d' den fromAndrew Jackson High. Miss Ilean Atkinson Sunday. visiting in Gainesville this week. ton Bond were visiting Mrs. Vlcte well as the players, wishes to they are called upon.

S qS "e t i53,w i We are being measured for 1I
our caps and gowns and are anxiously
looking forward to the day
when we will wear them.
< t tA'Y" 5.y,, :3't}, M.A.K..
F 'W J.i'Ya lh' 5 pt


f 12th Dorothy Grade Barnes NOTICE !

rm a"r 'Bobbie Beckham
> # >*" t y ar
Frances Colley I r
Audrey Crews

:y rAn. Dorothy Crosby
3' ; $x.,; Marie Edwards, T ALL .JLECTRIC CONSUMERS 1
Oleeta Green .j' .,
F Stella:'Mae"'Hayes J "' ,- > ,r' ,fi f -

A.m f 4'u: >o "'s mysa ; Garnlta Marian Barbara Johns Hutto Horne 'OF FLOBIDA POWER a LIGHT ,co. ;t

Barbara Keen
Allene Kelley "I

Louise Parrish order of the War Production Board each and
Pansy Reddish By wo are hereby notifying, every ,

a: a ; 3 r. 11th Clarice Grade Rosier person to whom we supply electricity of tho terms off Utilities Order U-9. .'

Beatrice Barnes *.
., Aw Lila Luella Rae Davis Caldwell. "4500.61 Utilities Order U-9. ... (7) Outdoor sign lighting except fort. considers that compliance will endanger "
r public health or safely appeal for '
Eunice Griffis PURPOSE OF THIS ORDER. War Directional identification may
> (a) requirements (i) or signs
relief, to the District Office! of the War f '
i Martell Edmonson .
t have created shortage In the required for fire and police protec ,J
; Production Hoard for the area In which '
. ,.+ Dorothy Mott supply of coal and other fuels. The purpose tion, traffic control, transportation I
the consumer Is located, Ref.t U-9. :'
Gloria Cooper
of this order is to save fuels used in terminals or hospitals; directionalor
Hazel Fields the generation of electricity by prohihiting identification signs for any similar (f) NOTICES. (1) Every electric supplier
sr Anlce Green
Betty Gene Haltt certain unnecessary uses of electricity. essential' public services the lightingof shall, as soon as practicable, notify by
Kathleen Judd which is specifically certified to be publication or otherwise all pl"rSOnB to

../ Merry Beth Knight (b) DEFINITIONS. For the purpose of this necessary by local public authority. whom It supplies electricity for uses pro
:Margaret Montieth orderi Certification shall be made in writing hibiled by tills order of the terms hereof.

Vera Mosley (1)) "Person" means any individual to the appropriate electric' supplier (2) If any electric supplier has knowl
Mary Lee Overstreet partnership, association, business trust, and need not he In any particular edge of a violation of this order by a

Seletta Sparks corporation, political subdivision, governmental form; person to whom it supplies electricity,

Betty Turner Turner agency: or corporation or any (ii) Directional or identification !it shall Inform the person of the viola

Margaret Bobby Wainwright organized group of persons whether in sins I; using not more than 6O walls lion. If the violation is continued, the
10th Grade corporated or npt. per establishment for doctors and electric supplier shall notify the person fin
Marian Brown for hotels, and other public lodging writing of the specific terms of the
(2) "Electric Supplier" means any person establishments. order which apply and of the penaltlC"eprl"M'rlhf'.1
PREDdalte : Marilyn Beatrice Crosby Edwards who generates, transmits or distributes for violation and shall moil

Jeanette Gremmer f electricity. (d) EXEMPTIONS. (1) Any electric sup. u copy of tho notice lo the District Office '

1Q Madeline Kennedy ( ) PROHIBITED USES. No shall plicr who considers' that compliance with of the War Production Board for the
? c person
L Kt'ifKle thin. order the whom it
Harvene Watterson electricity for of the following by persons supplies area in which the consumer is located,
Jackie Haskens use any directly and Indirectly, will not reduce the ISef.t U-9.
/ALL PAINT Louise Kelley purposes consumption of coal or other scarce fuels
Joyce Moore (1)) Outdoor advertising and outdoor may apply for exemption for the area it (M) VIOLATIONS. litho War Production
fcu'U bt .mued >t bow quickly nod Elizabeth Sapp promotional lighting. serves lo the Ollire( of War Utilities War Board determine that any person" Is using t

Mr you can brighten up drab rooms Jane Wentworth Production Board, Washington 25, D. C., electricity in violutipn of thin order, it
hb SPRED. On* con clI .,.1 No 9th Grade (2) Outdoor display lighting except Kef.t U-9. may direct the electric supplier serving
Icr-odor Ona Demorest where necessary for the conduct of the such person to disconnect. service and prescribe
No brash m.rks! &"1 y Co Buddy Faxon business of outdoor establishments. (2) The War Production Board may the conditions under which service

sh-sr'7' clam longed Come laV Billy Smith.. ', (3) Outdoor decorative and outdoor from time to time issue directions exempting ' may be reconnected. In addition, any
'7 od lei n> how you bj demoa- designated areas from this person who wilfully viotitea any provisionof .
. . ornamental lighting.
. . .
Uoo that SPRED i ie raperior to order if It finds that compliance within this order or who in connection" with
lay wntar-Ihiaend (4) Show window lighting except where such areas will not reduce the consumption this order wilfully conceals a natcrlal factor
BrookerBy necessary for interior illumination. of coal or other scarce fuels in furnishes false information ti any department

l uIJYQ C 1 e OONi (5) Marquee lighting in excess of 60 accordance with the purpose of this or agency of the United Slatesis

Joyce Atkinson . walls for each order. guilty of a crime and upon rom-1ion]
. . . . . marquee.
(6) White way street lighting In excess (e) APPEALS. Any person affected by may be punished by fine or imprisonnui-.t.
98O Mr. and Mrs. Kline Williams of the amount determined by local tills order who consider that compliance fir) EFFECTIVE DATE. The effective date

of Charlotte Harbor were visiting last public authority to be ,necessary for with this order will work an exceptional of paragraph (e) of this order shall be
and Mrs. O. W. Barry
Mr. unreasonable him who February 1 1945.
public safety. er hardship on or ,
week. Mrs. Williams' is a niece h

of Mrs. Barry.
PAS' I ), Bryan Conely and son Lee of Issued this 15th day of January, 1915>

GALLON PASTE MAKIS Trenton were dinner guests of
Mr. and Mrs. Casey Atkinson

of B r Ins 0 n, Ga., are visiting. ., Ky J. JOSEPH WIIELAN,

JIn,_ '" ' "_' ''''''._... ...'" friends and relatives here. +. Rf ording Statutory"
Mrs. R. J. Crews ot Jacksonville f ; ; "

TIP TOP SUPER spent Mr.last,and Tuesday Mrs.with O. h W.Barry. r. 't', Dated this 22nd day of January, 1945.


Sgt. and Mrs. Gene and Atkinsonof Mlsa\ By If. E. SIMl'SON,
113 E. Call Street Beaufort, S. C.,
Joyce Atkinson spent the day In yte..zo.u.,.,

STARKE FLA? Ocala, last Wednesday.
Leander Parrish of Trenton was
RKTTT the Sunday dinner guest of Mr.

and Mrs. Ed Polk.
i MI'. and )[rI. O. W. Barry were



-- -- .. .. ,... '-
_-< "" .

, ,
State Officials I to the Navy in Jax'rlUe bother So long . See
SOCIETY md CLUBS day. and is back at .home now next YOU III

Attend Meeting awaiting orders . .

I Of Woodman CircleStarke 11 .- -v......" -, ,-
Men's OrganizationOf Birthday Ball -
Grove No. 278; Supreme I
MethodistChurch 'Festive Event Forest Woodman Circle held it'. - ,

Enjoys Supper Of Last Friday regular meeting Tuesday evening, Tempus fugit! . No truer verely unadorned black . Helen
with Guardian Mae Green pre- word was ever spoken and how Manassa ornamental aa the
i Members or the men's organization Starke: paid its annual compli- liding. Regular, business was attended vividly this I old saying was old-fashioned cameo hung around
of the Starke Methodist ment to President Roosevelt and to and Installation of officers brought to mind when I stepped her neck . Sue Bateman fit
Church enjoyed a delightful sup- once again helped to swell the for the coming year was Inside the USO Jut Friday night for a color photograph in slinky
per Thursday night of last week National Infantile Paralysla FundIn the main event on the program.The and thoughts flashed back to black skirt worn with white jersey -
served by members of the WSCSin another successful BirthdayBall hall was beautifully dec- that very first Birthday Ball way top and accented with fuchsia
the recreation building.J. held last Friday night In the orated and candlellghtlng added back In the' dark ages of 1935 sequin flower . Helen Jones --:

,L. Anderson, president of USO Club at Temple and Washington much to the impressiveness of . There, I go, giving my age the center of uniformed. attentionbut SUN. MON. 'TUES.- FEB. 4, 5 61
the organization appointed the street. the ceremony. Miss Abbie Holden away again! . Funny thing never forgetting her heart' ,
following committee to report on Fred Guy chairman of the acted as installing officer, and I thought, as I watched budding with the 80th D4v., In Germany
nominations objectives and activities drive In Bradford County; was Miss Myrtle Oil 'Crump aa Installing young Melba Stringfellow whirl .' .1, Add things I envy) Gayle TO FILL YOUR tYES . -TO THRILL YOUR MAR]
: L. D. Vining, chairman; enthusiastic in hi. II pr 4 e of ,, Attendant. Mrs Lilian by In a vision of,a white, dress Sewell'a widow peak .'.. .
W. B. Sewell Fred Guy, G. S. those who ,shared responsibility Burke served chaplain and fashioned of Alternating horizon; ", The Screen's Most
Newcomb and Henry Godwin. with him In the% campaign aid Mrs.i Irene Jobha as musician., tal bands of taffeta and net . Seems' to have been "a' triple Lovable Musical I
About 40 Methodist men were wishes to express his. sincere Guests of the evening were: She's so fresh and young she celebration''' for "willowy"-Loyre .

present and among the out-of- gratitude to all who contributedtheir Miss Abbie' Holden State Manager doesn't even remember when Hartman '. ; Aside from the
time or money to the drive Jacksonville; Miss Myrtle there never was a birthday ball Birthday Ball she and Eddie were MARIA
t town guests Methodist were district or helped in any way with the Olla Crump Past State President, . But we "old timers", how celebrating their seventh'wedding

Hardln and Judge Seldon superintendent Wal Birthday Ball and other events. Tampa; Mrs. Lilian Burke Na- well do we recall that cold Tues- anniversary and an unexpected reunion I ...
do of Gain esville district lay A capacity crowd of beautifully tional Attendant. Ocala; Miss day night In January 1935 when with Loyree's two broth- ;
leader. gowned women and their escorts Amy Moore Escort Starke; Mrs. all good Callatreeters gathered in era James and Elmer . Both FOSTEI
\ uniformed and otherwise, danced Maude Andrews State Musician the Woman's Club for the first boys have been fighting: overseas
throughout the evening to the Starke; Mrs. Anna Mae West, Birthday Ball In history! . but about as far apart as brothers "
Louis Shafkin Jack Frledler *
and Abe Hyman returned this pleasing rhythms of a 17-plece Guardian( Ocala. ---- could possibly get-James !in the JACK OAKIE
orchestra. Nat Stemberg was chairman I South Pacific and Elmer in
172nd Infantry
week from a buying trip to New o At the close of the meeting refreshments -
I remember . Harold Wall and . received rota
festivities Europe Both '
York City. Mr. Shafkin reports Highlighting the wasa were served consisting -
seeing Henry Wallace our ex- floor show featuring such popular of coffee and a lovely cake Telfalr Long were "Hoor managers" tlon-plan furloughs and landed TURHAN BEYI
kind of combination back in the States at the
vice-president. } entertainers as Miss Tommy decorated la the grove colors. same
Al Perils greeters and bouncers, If you get time each unaware of the other's
list ,
Thompson v o c a ; This event was greatly enjoyedby
.. , .. . .... fi?
,- ." guitar; and Brooks-The Magician those present. the Idea The floor show fea- good fortune . Quelle belle I OOP OO'.lI'M
- p' whose feats of magic and tured popular songs by those intrepid coincidence! . Spotted an' Jot-

comedy patter convinced his audience vocalists: Scootle Andrewsnow ted: Paul and Ann Ruby those
'that his reputation for beIng Hosts At- Supper ( Duke), Estelle Ken d rick capable photographers, recording 1
('now Black) and Mignon Sisson the Ball for celluloid
"a* good aa Thurston" Is no Dr. and Mrs. H. H., Adams entertained history on
exaggeration. Hy Cohen presented a few friends at a sea I (now LaMorte) Another.fea . Fred Guy thanking Louise o
: ture was a quartette composed of for her successful
his famous "Sad Sack" comedyskit food In Fernandlna Wed iyder highly
and Pvt. Szebaba drew loud Telfalr.; Nat. Juniua Smith Pang efforts as ticket sales chairman 0a
applause with his accordion num- nesday night of last :week. Those Jim Ritch . Leila Mundy jwon . Ann Newsome (Jaxvule. ,
bers. The entire show was well- enjoying the evening with them the traditional cake and T. Weeks attractive guest 'of Barbara Clute, 't'
were: Mr and Mta. W. B. Mlundy, !
paced by Sgt. Mlckle Masters: went home with the basket j of who 1 n c i d entally, did such a
0 Jr., Mr. and Mrs. Charles DarNv 0t
veteran night club entertainer groceries : No, I won't yieldto good''' job arranging refreshmentsand
and Mr. and Mrs.,Harry Houston.
who served as master of cere temptation and say "Those decorations < . ? +< p o
monies. were the days", because no matter .' OOpO
For this event always a high- Birthday Party For how much fun that first ball Those dependable South ern

Starke's light of the winter season In Suellen Phillips was. It still couldn't dim the fes- ,' Belles turned out in force,adding ,with
Starke the large USO auditorium tive event of last'' Friday night much to the glamour of the occasion -

finest The was colorfully decorated in a Little Suellen Phillips, attrac- . '. . Especially that dazzling x LOUISE AILBRITTON
scheme of red white and blue. tive four year old daughter of -- brunette Susan Waits In

restaurantand Refreshment of punch and cake Mr. and Mrs Simeon Phillips of As usual,, the ladle vied and black strapless evening gown . : 111 FRANK,McHUGH ANN BLYTH
B ,
their escorts viewed . The
were served throughout the even- Baldwin, was t honored with a de- Others glimpsed from the South
bar'SIZZLING' ing lightful birthday party Wednes- girls vied to see which could ex- ern Belfry were 'Marjorie Sapp C. DONALD COOK LEO CARRILLOANDYDEVINE
day afternoon from 3 'until 4:30 ude the moSt glamour and the Ellen Hodler Margaret Rowell, 0
Have Open House o'clpck. It was givenby her gentlemen viewed (and approved) Doris Smith, Mae Veal Ruby EVELYN ANKERS
mother at the home of her grand- the results .' Blonde Jacq Andrews Waits Betty Richardson Elene .' :- ROSEMARY De CAMP RICHARD LANEO'CONNOR
Mr. and Mrs. 'J nlua M' Smith parents, Mr. and Mrs P. M. was high on my mentionable Tanner Nora Peebles Elizabeth C
A were hosts to a number of friends Barefoot on Washington St. list in black crepe with low- Phillips and Frances Etheridge + ,tars'tz

last Friday evening at an in- Yellow jasmines used In profusion hung turquoise sash .. . Hazel . All under the' expert eye ot '
-a STEAK formal gathering preceding the formed a beautiful spring- Guy (wife of Chairman Fred) black velvet gowned Jeanette ,'Z) It4U 1'et99

..... Birthday Ball Following the like setting ,for this happy event. was most becomingly turned out Christian .' Prominent among
, 'U LOBSTER dance, the group returned to the After enjoying the party games In black marquisette with full the Com e. back-homers'Doshia: .. RYAN
/ Smith home where a buffet, sup- the little tots were invited Into skirt, velvet bodice and low lace and Artford Brown . She tres
per was enjoyed. the dining room for refreshments neckline . Virginia Sewell wasa chic in sequin-studded black . .. ,
I SHRIMP M of Ice cream and cake. vivid accent in bright red taffeta Compliments for the good music

WSCS To Meet and gold sequin Juliet cap ehoulj have gone at least in partto
"d CHICKEN The birthday cake which was . Marjorie Campbell, dainty Maude
topped with four blue miniature Halle Myrtle Andersonand LATEST 'WAR NEWS & COMEDY
of and demure-looking in glistening others
8 Circles the Woman's Societyof candles and beautifully decoratedIn who fortified the boys
4rI Christian Service of the Methodist blue and white was surroundedwith white Audrey, Stump look- with steaming platters of spa-
"d church will meet Monday trailing, yellow jasmine. Tall Ing very very smart In shirtwaist ghetti and meat balls just before

oo B afternoon at 3:30: 'o'clock at the blue tapers in silver holders add ; an' sklrfcjnotlf, i skirt boast festivities started ". . r _
-, home of Mra. B. Sew l1 ing broad gr whtteivertlcal -
bO4 ;,. ,- W. on ed -further charm to the table
I N. Walnut St. Hostess' Mrs setting., A crocheted cloth made stripes worn with a while'waist Well,,by, now I suppose you
'+- ,' ,,.4' J. B. Cottrell J. 't by Mrs. Barefoot covered the and .gay red cummerbund ''. have gathered the general Im-
+ o L-...
;t :
Circle Number Two will meet dining table. pression that the 1945 Birthday a'
4r r OQft with Mrs. T. J. Griffin at .> er Favors Impressions I-Dot Gray-a very Ball was a very swell party v tF
the afternoon
home'On' N. Cherry St. were big hairdo for a very tiny girl Le dernier crt! . "Comme il s
3n try O valentines placed on each littleguest's having a very good time . taut" among all Birthday Balls

plate. Naomi (Rivers) Gill a 1945 since the very beginning . .
'0 ourdelicious Mrs. Phillips was assisted In Helen of Troy in flowered print Well so it was . And leave
\nZ' serving and entertaining the .' v Her face could launch a you now full of envy (I suspect) fir

g children by her mot her, Mrs. thousand B-193 . Vera Gil- if you didn't go, and full of
u Barefoot, her slater, Mrs. L. J. bride In palest pink: distingue', o pleasant memories if you did ,'.
I w l lobster> O Green and Judy'' Green. degage', recherche' . Martha Time for just one more, flash: rx < aS
it o Wood Grecian profile In.' se Hear Bobby Biggs was sworn in-
YOU Don't'Have'Intentional Entertain FriendsMr.

and Mrs. Eddie Hartmann
Collisionsbut entertained about 25 guests be- JANUARY; CLEARANCEI
fore and after the President's
every year persons pay Birthday Ball Friday night at Wmm

out thousands of dollars because their home on West Madison ',
Street. The occasion was their ,
their can are burned, seventh ,wedding a n n I v e nary p i

stolen or involved in colli- The guests gathered at the home It' S's '
and attended the ball, returningto '
sions.BMY Automobile, Comprehensive the Hartmann home afterwardfor .AX na

end Collision Insurance sandwiches and, light refresh t .;.
ra t 1"
ments. .,. ,
before it's too late. .,1J. \. ,
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W. T. Weeks _
AgencyPhone Chapter ,
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325 Temple Avenue IS STABKE. FLA. ernoon, at four o'clock' at the :;.. You don't take' chances when yon
home of Mrs A. Z. Adklns on
R.PTM4H ting THE TRAVELERS Hertford N. Walnut St. Hostess: Mrs. tr{>;':'9 A' Y ,i p
Adkins and Miss Olive Ray. fir' bring your prescriptions here t to

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BITS of LOCAL NEWS Mr. and Mrs. T. D. Dyal and Mrs. W. J. Churchwell spent -- ,,
WSO Coke HourThe WMU
son Morris of Brooker were Sun- the, first of the week In Miami Circles Recent Births ,
day dinner guests of Mr. and and Hollywood visiting relatives I
Mrs. E. J. Operating Committee of theWoman' The circles: of the WMU: of the
and' Mrs.Imlly Mra.: ;iM. W. Dowling. Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. First To Mr. and Mrs. A. H Williams >
Mrs. Bertha Pearce' Cressler and son Service Organization and Baptist Church will meet
Mrs. J P. Wilson, who C. A. Knight were Mrs.
Faver were guests last Billy. Mra. L. F. Dlrikins and week with her sister. Mrs.spent J. L.a brother and sister-in-law Knight's Mr. and the ladles of the Catholic Church Tuesday afternoon. Feb. 6, at 3 ;, Starke a turn born Jan. I
brothers-in-law and Miss Madge Brownlee p. m. as follows: Circle one with 17.
their were shop
eek of Peek returned Mrs. C. C. will entertain coke
Monday to her Shepherd and daugh- at a party
Mr. and :Mrs: G. V, PhilLs ping In Jacksonville Saturday. Mrs. L. G. Hemingway Circle i
stern and Mr. andre Mrs. home in Grand Crossing: ters. Mary Lou and Patsy Anneof Saturday morning at .10 o'clock Two with Mrs. Alvarez To Mr. and Mrs E. B. Thomas,
of Lake City N. T. Rltch*_Jr., of Avon Lake Ralph ; I
T. J. Thomas' of Valdosta Park arrived Tuesday night to Mrs. W. a. Halle spent the past City. honoring Mrs. Marie Jacobs Circle Three with Mlrs.! S. E. Starke a daughter born Jan. '
la. Mrs. Faver returned to her spend a few days with her week in Miami visiting: her son, Guests Sunday of Mrs. Effie Assistant Program Director. Mrs. Spark The Business Woman's 20. ;,
par- Jack Halle; Y-2c Woodfln O.HaJle. Johns were her sister, Mrs. Mena Circle will 'j I
ome In Miami Wednesday ents, Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Green Allle Chisholm, Woman's Direc- Monday evening, ""I
Jr., and wife and little Mr. and Mrs Richard Middle-
J Pfc. H. K. Starling- spending,, and with Mrs. Carrie Ritch. McCrutchen and niece Mr. and tor and Miss Anne Feb. 8, at 8 p. m. with Mrs. \
here with his wife and I daughter, Linda Sue.\ Mrs. J. J. Gross and Mr. and Frank ton of Daytona Beach announce II !
week Mrs. Allen Landrum.
his IIdren. An aviation radio tech- weekend in Jacksonville Long spent last Ira Shepherd of West Point Mrs. Edward Gross and Miss Virginia Young, Staff Assistant. It Is to the birth of a daughter Beatrlo ;
with Dr. Ga., was here this week Futch all of Jacksonville. be held in the J.
visiting Walnut St. USO
claD, be is now stationed' with and .M... B)[la, Carroll. V. S. St. John was transacting Alice, on Monday Jan. 8. Mrs 1
e Marine Corps at Quantico.a. Mrs. C. J. Carter returned yes- his Shepherd.Mrs.parents. Mr. and Mrs. I. P. The Rev. and Mrs. M. C. Stlth and everyone: both military and business in Jacksonville Thurs Middleton will be rememberei 1 f r
and daughter Sandra Beth of '
terday from a buying trip to New W. O. Halle and Mrs. W. Washington D. C., will arrive civilian Is invited. day afternoon. here as Miss Beatrice Bnllen. f
Mrs.. E. R. Smyth.'ldf Fz/day, York. : J. J"
Churchwell spent several days Saturday to spend the month of '
extended visit with relates '---. \
r an Mra. Eddie Davis. Mrs. Frances this week in Miami
husband at several visiting February with Mr. and Mrs. H
of her Illinois.v' 'Locket and Mr. and Mrs. Francis friends and attending to business L. Brown lee, Mrs.! ; Stlth's parents TTTITi :
lints in M': 'D.. C&rte"iof< Hoffman are' attending a meet- Mr., and Mrs Glen Wood and Mr. Stith is going to Miami Mon- : '
Mr. and ;Mrs.visiting Mr. Carter's; Ing of, the Showmen of America ,children spent last week In' day for a meeting there. : : ""T ':

wtey ter. Mrs.were. Effle, Johns, Satur- tn Miami this week. Gainesville,With Mr and Mrs. The Rev. and Mrs. L. D. flames ,, , .f ,. .
ay. Mrs. Earl Johnson Mrs. M. M. Carlyle Ritch. ] and Mrs. Alma Hough spent' several THIS BEAUTIFUL 1 ij
f MrS. J. P. Roberts and Mrs. Monroe and Mrs. Leo Meyer were Mrs. T. Olson returned the days last week attending the ..
nnle McCulley were in Jack- shopping !in Jacksonville Wednesday first of this week to her home State Baptist Convention In Jacksonville I
nvllle Tuesday and Wednesday. here after a pen ding the past Others going up for the MAHOGANY DESKJ
month in West
Frankfort. 111. meeting were: A. O. Andrea J.
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- Mrs. Glen Wood and Mrs. Bill A. Tucker, Ralph Alvarez. Tom. i

Powell were shopping in Jack Harding. Orle Wiggins, J. F. Kick-
sonvllle Monday.Sgt. liter S. E. Sparks A. J. Thomas, 'ta9,
WRITE TIMBER DEPARTMENT Ernie Dowling Jr., left Mrs. Ralph Alvarez Mrs. Tom Only $69.50 L :. ; .
CONTAINER CORPORATION OF AMERICA Thursday morning for the redis- Harding. Mrs. C. O. Priest, Mrs.
tribution center In Miami for a R. A. Thomas and Mrs. Charles
FLA. rest before reassignment. He recently -I Torres.

_'_ .._ .. un _._._ _._..... '_'J> L _.__. .,_ of I returned to the States .
Ii II i after overseas.nearly three years service WCTU Meets With w DON'T FAIL TO SEE OUR

I I Mrs. George Flynn and Mrs. i Mrs. Brownlee FINE SELECTION OF ; :

> Glen Wood and children were
shopping In Gainesville Wednes- The Laura Scott Union WCTU, :) ),

met Friday afternoon at the :: ,
day.Mrs.. Mentle Mixon was carriedto home of Mrs. H. L. Brownlee. RADIO & END TABLES

Flagler Hospital In St. August I The meetings was opened with

tine Monday .in a very critical prayer by Mrs. W. J. Eppersonand ..
> condition. i> the devotional was In charge
Fred Guy. manager of the Jof Mrs. I. P. Shepherd. "White
$2.75 ;
to $26.50NEW
.' r Starke Coca-Cola Bottling Cot:,*I Ribbon Vibrations" was sung
) attended a manager's conferencein (With Mrs. J. E. Futch at the

,,'.. ,.. (rY 1 Jacksonville Sunday -pIano.
r The Rev. Grover Alison re- The Union was favored by the
,.e. turned Friday from Pensacola presence of the following visitors SHIPMENT JUST ARRIVED : f
,':, ..:::t' where he spent three days at- from Gainesville Mrs.. Kate Alonzo -
t.,:, tending the 102nd Dlocesian Coun- district president; Mrs. Nellie BLANKETS and 'COMFORTS 2.50. 24.50 !
RDLEY cil of the Doces of Florda. Dolg, state treasurer; Mrs. J. A
lira. Tessie,Mulholland has returned Adams, president Gainesville
to her home In New York Union and Mrs. E. R. Williams.
City after spending two months These officers added much to the SOME WITH

''VENETIAN BLINDS, here as the guest of her brother meeting by their Inspiring talks. ODD .DRESSERS PLATE GLASS $32.50 52.50IT'S
I and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. The next meeting will be held
P..c .....Cy.. for your ....... . trouble free op.ra- 'Louis Shafkln. Friday. Feb. 23, with Mrs. W. N. dl
tlon for yearn. . .lorl..1 dernratlon.. for..,.every.. I- Mrs. W. B. Brlnsdn of Camp Johnson and Mrs. R. O. Nunnery
the aoune . ttae.e are bat some .v. 01.1..1C A FACT YOU CAN DO BETTER AT
Peary Va., is visiting her father Frances Willard Day will be ob-
served at that. time.
. R. V. Turner this week.
Coloi Cord:
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Mr. and Mrs. Charles Burton L John H. Denmark Furniture Co.
of Alexandria, Va., are visiting FIRST
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Burton and Miss Betty Burton us 666 :

NAT SEZ: her mother and .sister, of Athens. ,, . . _ , . .. . . . i
Ga. 'Cold Preparation as directediIJIRYf . .. ..... -< .. .
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4 That full-of-pep snappy first base I !

', that Joe Andrews used to play; l
Fred Stump's nickname during, QWW ,
t" the last World War-"General
Von Enunlck"; Bomey Andrews' '
( beautiful head of black hair; Ma v-4f7nf TO KOCH'S AN EVENT.OF SPECIAL INTEREST TO LOVERS OF GOOD FOOD ''J ,

getting off the train from New

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vs. Oscar Profltt, Defendant Case I plaintiff seeks divorce,

week with his mother, Mrs. S. N' 8626. County Telegraph shall I ,SrRfthisOrder <
four r
, R. Swindell. gvECF VIE NOTICE TO APPEAR Issues. ?"klr[
TheressaBy SIE lPAI2 STATE OF FLORIDA to: Oscar Witness
and son my hand
Rhoda Dampier
Mrs. .
Profltt whose address Is Pvt. Oscar eal at Starke. 7si0ffltl' l| s
have returned home after spendIng Profltt, A.S.N. 13018139, APO. 600Mtausa uary 10th 194S."rlutt' jJ.*.(

Miss Ida Hagan several weeks with her hus- D.T.C., % Postmaster, New (OFFICIAL: SEAL A, J
a . . . S . In Jack- York New York: As Clerk of said Court Tko(11IT. ,i!
band who Is stationed PVT. OLIVE TRAINS RETURNS TO SHIP .
SERVES AS MECHANIC You are required to appear on Frank Landrum,
" son, Miss. PACIFIC AS AIR FORCE GUNNER AFTER LEAVE AT HOME February 12th 1946. In the above Atty. for Plf. 1V Flo.I''"
and were SOUTH
:Mrs Ruth Walker Bon 'IN Court and wherein (It a'l
business visitors to Gainesville Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Packham, Gordon Weest, MOMM 3-c, son Pfc. Leroy Olive Jr., son of Frederick I* Watterson, AM named plaintiff seeks divorce cause and Malden NOTICE TO CRK1UTOIM

Wednesday.D. had as visitors Sunday, Mrs. L. of Mrs. Thoa. F. Brown of Hampton Leroy Olive of Starke was re- 3-c, has returned to duty aboardhis name restored. Bradford County All person having \ ,i!

J. Phillips was called to the R. Dennison and family of Gaines- ; has been overseas In the cently graduated from the Army ship, the U. S. Coast Guard Telegraph next four shall weekly publish Issues.thla OrderIn demands Hart against, deceased the estii..i, kMamie "I

Lee of ville Mr. and Mrs. E. T. Pre- Pacific with the Navy since Nov. Air Forces Flexible (cutter) S tor la, after spending a15day Witness my hand and official notified and required to %. Ptbrlt;
bedside of his sister .
e seal at Starke. Florida, this January claims In the office of th" l
and Mrs. leave with his parents ,'.
vatt and family, Sgt. mechanic at
Miami last week. 20. Employed as a I Gunnery 10th., 1945. Judge of Bradford County "n"l '
Shields, Cpl. and Mrs. Carlson of i the Exotic Gardens School Laredo and Mrs M. U Watterson of (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas, In the Courthouse at Starkn Flo iJM I -{
Mrs. Merle L. Packham 0 f Starke Pvt. and Mrs. Merle L. Hampton. As Clerk of said Court.T. Ida within eight calendar. inf.'!!I

Dalevillo, Ala., visited her parents Ala., I n Miami, Army Air! Field I Frank Landrum Starke, Florida...! from the date of the first pubill J? !
Hall Packham of Camp Rucker he entered the Frederick end' Atty. for Pit 1-12 4t 2-" oatlon of this notice, or the. [
Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Jar- Laredo, Texas 4 will become void '"
O. (Jack) !
Mr. and Mrs. H. last ( according" to
Navy May tered the servicein la l
last week. Hazel and is now enjoying IN. CIRCUIT COtHtT.: BRADFORD This January 17, 1945. vAs
rell and family and Miss his IN CHAN.
October 1942 BERTHA
, Mrs. A. H. Kelsey Mr. and Packham of Jacksonville. boot training at f a furlough ('F..R Y. Executrix of the last OREEol: I
Mrs. Dan Loper and children Mr. here with and took his boot John W. Cox Plaintiff vs. Evelyn testament Mamie win "|
Camp Peary, Va. Cox. Defendant. Case No. 8BI6. cea.ed. *
and MM. Ben Loper and son his wife and little at Manhattan 1""
Land Tract After that he training ORDER OF PUBLICATIONAND 4t'l-\)
spent a few days last week with Large d a u g hter, NOTICE: TO APPEAR
was sent to the Beach, STATE OF FLORIDA to: EvelynCox 9101 f
their sister and aunt Mrs. Pearl Changes OwnershipSale Navy's Deisel Betty Jean. Along N. Y. For the whose residence Is Taylor :q:

at Hobe Sound. with his ;.1 South Carolina.You 11II
Bryant, of the Morrison tract of -
School at Urbana past 15 monthshe .
.. diploma here. are required to appear on .
Mrs. J. C. Cochrane and Mrs. 630 acres of cut-over woodsland ,. HI.,, and has been a- February 12tb, 194S In the above
ceived a pair of Aerial Gunner'ssilver named Court and wherein
in cause
James Swindell were visiting lying between Hellbronn Springsand then to Fort board the cutter
and in plaintiff peeks divorce. Bradford
this : wings a promotion
Hampton Friday afternoon Lawtey was disclosed Pierce for additional mechanical Besides fire and since his last 1 County Telegraph shall publishthis

Willis Swindell left Saturday week by deeds recorded In the training. Weest attended schoolat grade. learning to leave home In February 1914' Order. in next four weekly
every type of weapon from camera Issues.Wlttttfls
for Jacksonville after spending: a county courthouse.Rob B.lI.S., and has lived in Miami guns to the deadly .50 calibre has seen action in the North Atlantic my niCnd and official
seal at Starke Florida, this Jan. '
R, Mlddlebrooks of Tallahassee .
for the past eight years. His
Brownings, he studied turret uarv BHi, liuif.
purchased the tract from wife and two young daughters manipulation, aircraft identification He enjoyo most of all hearing (OFFICIAL SEAL) A.S. ThomasAs

Mrs. Cora S. Morrison of Marlon Betty and Louise, are at their from all his friends and will appreciate I Clerk of said Court.T. .
stripping and reassemblingof Frank Landrum Starke, Florida.
i County, Illinois for approximately home in Miami. machine guns while blindfolded. it if they will write to Atty. for Plf. 1-12 4t 2-2

$3,800. him at the following address: F. --
At the expiration of his first IN CIRCl'IT COTRT. BRADFORD
i No information concerning the BACK IN STATES AFTER furlough Pvt. Olive will go to L. Watterson, AM 3-c, U.S.C.G. COUNTY, FLORllJAl IN CHAV-

plans of Roy Moore, Plaintiff vs. No Matter
i able here. James Johns Radioman. 1-c, advanced gunnery school. Post Office, New York, N. y Ruth Mae Moore, Defendant. Case

has recently returned from 18 No. 3521
OF STARKE months service overseas on an LT. COLLEY SERVES plaintiff seeks divorce. Bradford NOTICE TO APPEAR What Branch

LST, during which time he took WITH ORDNANCE:: DISTRICTLt. County Telegraph shall publish this STATE OF FLORIDA to: Ruth
Corner Call and Christian Sts. Order In next four weekly insuee.Wltnens Mae Moore, whoso residence Is un-
Rev. W. G. Smodtey Pastor part in two major landings one Drayton D. Colley son of my hand and official known. .
I of them on the Normandy beach Mr. and :Mrs. W. A. Colley of seal at Starke. Florida, this Jan- You are required to appear on of Service
Services as follows: ,
uary 23rd, 1945. February 12th 1945 In the above
Bible School each Sunday at I head. Starke, has recently been assigned (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J, Thomas, named Court, and cause whereinEXPERT
The son of Mr and Mrs. L. D. to the Cleveland Ordnance Dis- As Clerk of Raid Court.T. .
10 a. m.Preaching. Frank, I-andrum, Starke Florida
ARE Johns James was an outstanding You're In.
and communion services trict of the Army Service Forces. Atty. for PIt. 1-26 4t 2-16 .

at.11 a. m. and 7:39: p. m. member of the 1939 Tornado A veteran of World War 1 anda -

Our SpecialtyNO Prayer meeting each Wednes- football squad. member of the National Guard IN COUNTY CIRCUIT FLORIDA COURT, BRADFORD IN CHAMCKUY. t

day at 7:30 p. m.Patltor' Lt. Colley was -employed as sec- !: ; S
WITH QUARTERMASTERINSIDE Nicholas Cue caro. Plaintiff vs. r YOU'LL' ,
Cove retary-treasurer with ALWAYS
MATTER WHAT TYPKOP residence: Green GERMANY a Cooperative Mary J. Cuccaro, Defendant Case
Springs. Citrus Packing Associationin No. 3534.
FABRIC Pfc. W. C. (Bill) Tison, son of Winter Haven before enlisting ORDER OF PUBLICATION
Mrs. Laura Tison of Starke, is FINDA
in the Air Corps in September STAE OF FLORIDA to: Mary J.
YOUR WORST JOBS, WE GET THE serving with a Quartermaster 1942. He received his commission Cuccaro whose residence la 690
KNOW HOW TO SAVE He North Plymouth Avenue, Rochester
Depot Co., in Germany. entered at the Officer's ,Candidate New York.

THAT DRESS OR SUIT ) SPEED.SUKERELIEF the service School in :Miami in 1943. You are required to appear on

FOR FUR TilE R WEAR. FOR ACDINDIGESTION ,...........>0"' 1i 'J in May 1943 and Lt. Colley has two daughters, February named Court 19th and 1945,cause In the wherein above HEARTY

has been over Ensign Frances L. Colley a Navy plaintiff seeks divorce. Bradford

NEW .. .. .... seas for the past nurse s t a tioned at Bainbridge County Telegraph e hall publish
this Order In next four weekly is-
15 moutha. I n WELCOMEat
Md. and Prlscllla
a pre-medical sues.
". 'i his high school Witness. hand and official
METHODCLEANERS ) . student at Emory University. my
.. days he was an seal at !:!Btarke Florida, thin Jan
I .i He now resides at 3283 Dell-
1 uary 18th, 1945.
1Carpenter's outstanding football wood Road, Cleveland, Ohio. (OFFICIAL, SEAL,) A. J. Thomas,
player at As Clerk of said Court.T. .
. Frank Landrum Starke, Florida
B. H. S.Before.
TAKES BASIC TRAININGAT Att,. for PIt. 1-1 4t Z-9 O

315 Temple Avenue Drug Store CFHY.Bllanbeth.
Pvt. Tison owned Mrs. Lena Olive of Starke was
W. Tlllry, Plaintiff vs.
"','" his. own. __ truck_
inducted into the William Edgar Tllley, Defendant
n' n n.
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, --- and distributed Case No. 3635.ORDER
Army in November OF '''PUBLICATION
products for the Tom peanut AM NOTICE: TO APPEAR
"TOP The EveningOff" company. Ills wife is now residing and is taking STATE' OF FLORIDA to: Wil- YOU CAN ENTRUST:: YOUR

.. his basic liam Edgar Tllloy whose residence
at their home in Jacksonville : FINEST WATCH TO OUR
\1 Is 4:0 Elder Street Clarksvllle,
withDONUTS and is employed as a war workerIn i iI I training at Camp Tennessee CARE
1 I \ You are required. to appear onFebrlury
an airplane plant.At \; Wheeler Ga. He
: 19th, 1946, In the abovenamed PADDY LIBRETTI MGR
Christmas time Pvt. Tison ,
.. writes that he Court and cau.e. wherein
sent his mother a number of .1 likes the Army plaintiff seeks divorce. Bradford
County Telegraph shall publish
Interesting souvenir gifts from \. ,but never had to this. Order In next four weekly Is- 115 WEST VAIL ST.

t\ de France. Work ,so hard in sues.WltneBS TheSTAG d a. ...
: rny hand and official
91 1\00 AND COFFEE his life. Before seal at Starke. Florida, this January -
: .a e1" PVT. TED:: STILLEY entering servicehe 17th.. 1945.
" b\ ., ; (OFFICIAL !SEAL: ) A. J. Thomas,
a.o1,10 was employed As Clerk of said Court.T. Carter BIdg., Starke roo--

., ,( 0. Pvt. Ted B. Stilley. son of Mrs. at Green's Store, Frank Landrum Starke, Florida, ", cl:" ,,-- < ,,,,,
$(,e o Letle Stilley of Starke was Maruca's Grocery and, also farmed Atty for Plf. 114t 2.9 "

", wounded in action in Italy on some for Dr. W B. Parks. IN rinn-iT COURT, BRADFORDCOUNTY. a

o.e: Dec. 7, _according to word received FLORIDA IN CHAIS-
) < KHV.Edgar
r by his wife Mrs. MinnieL.
; COUNTY! FLORIDA IN CHAN- Lampkln Plaintiff, vs. Myrtle
Stilley of Jacksonville. He <" :nY. Lampkln, Defendant Case No.

has been awarded the Purple, Carl V. E. Oustafson, Plaintiff, VH. 3536.
.-- -- -- ()race J. Oustafson D e I. n dan t. ORDER OF PUBLICATION
Made Heart, his wife was advised, and Can No. 3547.ORDER AND NOTICE TO APPEAR ua '
from fresh 4
now a patient in Finney Gen-
HAMBURGERS NOTICE TO APPEAR Lamvkln whose residence Is Cedar
ground sirloin, steak eral Hospital Thomaavllle, Ga. STATE Of FLORIDA to: Grace Town Georgia.

_ __ .u _. _. _. Private Stilley entered military J.201 Oustafson Arlington whose Avenue residence Jamestown la. February You are 19th required, 1945, to In appear the above on GverytoJg-

The very finest service on November 22., Ne w York. named Court and cause, wherein

HOT DOGS 1942, and r e c e ived his basic,. You are required to appear on plaintiff seeks divorce. Bradford
Swift's rrlnrtiamORANGEADE February 28th., 1945 In the above County Telegraph shall publish
"' training at Santa Rosa, Calif. He I named Court and cause, wherein this Order In next four weekly 1ssueM. -

. . .
pjalntlff seeks
went in divorce. PradfordCounty
overseas May, 1944. Prior -
Made from Telegraph shall publish this Witness my hand and official
pure to entering military service,,, Order In next tour weekly Insues.Wltnesa seal at !:!Starke Florida, this Jan- 5aEhinjm

Florida fruit Private Stilley 32, was employed I my hand and official uary 17th, 1946.OFFI'IAL .
the seal at Stark' Florida, this January ( SEAL) A. J. Thomas. ,
by St. Johns River
Shipbuilding -
_. __ __ __ .__ 21rd, 1STTOFFICIAL As Clerk of said Court.
u Company. He is now visiting: ( SEAL) A. J. Thomas, T. Frank Landrum, Starke, Florida.
As Clerk of said Court. Atty. for Plf. 1-1 4t 2-D
his mother Mrs. Letle
Stilley, anda I _
William D. 1I Jacksonville,
DAVIS SANDWICH SHOP slater, Mrs. R. C. Buford, wh I Fla. Atty. for Pit. 1-28 4t 2-16 IN CIIICI'IT COURT BRADFORD ABOUT6T74
live at Starke.J. COiritTY. FLORIDA IN CHAN-
COIJVTY FI.OlUDAl IN CII"\- Lee Crosby, Plaintiff, vs.
123 WEST CALL STREET A. MARTINEZ:: ('.:ny. Melvin Lawrence Crosby, Defen
I BeuJa1Jarvlll, Plaintiff, vs. Lan- dant. Cane No. 3524.

._ .. .. . ... .. .. WITH TANK OUTFITJ. nls. P. Jarvis, Defendant. Case No. ORDER OF PUBLICATIONAND
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A. Martinez son of Mr. and t 3554 NOTICE: TO APPEAR
inducted I
AND Lawrence
NOTICE TO APPEARs Crosby whose residence
into the Army on Jan. 0 and I STATE OF FLORIDA to: tennis Is .lterboro, South Carolina.
MEET YOUR FRIENDS AT now receiving basic training al t P. Jarvla whose residence U Unknown You are required to appear on
February 12th, 1945, In the above
the Armored Replacement Train. You are required to appear on named Court and cause wherein
Ing Center. Fort Knox, Ky. His I February 26th, 1145>> In the above plaintiff seeks divorce. Bradford Yne'Restaurant
named Court and cause, wherein Counts Telegraph a hall publish
ROY' .
liiiRESTAURANT 111I address is: Pvt. J. A. Martinez plaintiff seeks divorce and Custody this Order In next four weekly

44009767 Co. B, 7th Bn., ART,, of Minor. Bradford County Telegraph Issues,,
Fort Knox Ky.STROUT. shall publish this Order In Witness my hand 'and official
next four weekly Issues. seal at Starke. Florida, this Jan-
Witness my hand and official uary 10th. 1945.OFFICIAL .
-L' seal at Starke. Florida, this Jan- ( SEAL) A. J. Thomas,
= I uary 24th., 1915 As Clerk of said Court.
i (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas T. Frank Landrum. Starke. Florida
UNDER MANAGEMENT OF ROY ..JOIL'IIlSONt $9 dial, .wr As Clerk of said. Court. Atty. for ,,Plf. 1-{21 4t 2-2
E. K. Perryman. 'Starke Florida 9""Dl"7
Greatest advertiser of ......-, Atty for PIt. J 1-26 4t 2-l IN nnrvrr COURT, BRADFORD t t Hour-
try: pronerlr.: Has mnd. ova. -' (COI'NTY! FLORIDA IN CHAN'CF.HY. Except Tuesday
rt.OOO mnlrm of Homes_Farm* : .
t "'". Barer from mil over ih(' Thelma. Rhoden Profltt, Plaintiff

r I/ ) I World.E.STROUT Fre open REALTY listing. AGENCY Solomon('F.RY. Tunstall. P I a Intlff vs. ....... .... '..,R. _.... .........1&.
Ida H.lle Tunstall, Defendant. Case
No. 3B5I.
Represented ORDER OF PUBLICATION 1iiYou're
t :! Locally by AND NOTICE TO APPEAR SeeMn
, ,' STATE OF FLORIDA to: Ida a ,
i". C. HOLLINGSWORTH Belle Tunstall whose residence Is
118 S. Walnut St. 663 Plum Street. ; Mobile, Alabama.
You are required to appear on
February 26th., 1945 In the above and are looking for
i ,

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. . . eLate . . of the Club Room for the regular When scores were added Mrs. J. lIam Wilson and enjoyed refresh . . . . . . '. Witness mr hand and official seal at Starke. Florida thla January :
seal at Starkx Florida, this 'Jan. 5th. 19H5.
meeting of the Community Club G. Godwin won high and ments of cookies ? t
prize consisting jello uary 10th., 1916.
( SISAL) A. J. ThomasAs '
Farm Tuesday afternoon of last week. Mrs. P. D. Fancher won second and hot tea. New River As Clock A. J.of THOMAS.Hld Court. Clerk of Said Court. I' '
Mrs. C. M. Turney. president high. Mrs. C. M. Turney was Sgt and Mrs. Daniel Mahalko (OFFICIAL REAL) I* 11(. Huffman Jacksonville. Fla.
Mrs. Bryan \Vbltfleld waa In the D, the School Starke, Florida* Atty. for Pit. 1-11 4t l-l I'I
fly chair. During the lucky in "bingo". Each of the Knight" Knight
. of Starke were .
. . . Sunday supper ..
. Att, for Pit. 1-11 4t a-a
social hour following the business I-I prizes :was a number of defense guests of, Mr. and Mrs, Shelley . . . . . . "
ANNOUNCED session, Mrs. :Martin Griner stamps. Refreshments! 0 n this Rosier and family. SPECIAL MOVIE SHOW iv rinri'iT COURT' DR"nFORIlCOJN'1'Y. ;

Ills and Mrs. Earl Chesser an- and Mrs. J. 1. Williams, as hostesses occasion consisted of angel food Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Davis and Here New River! School FI.OIlllJll IN CHANCKIIY. R aNd
.jr served sandwiches, cookies, cake and charlotte russe. You required to on :el< are
hc'e the birth of a daughter toasted nuts and coffee. children Miss Luella, Joyce and One night only 8 P. M. Friday. Jack I. Sylveeter Plaintiff appear, vn.Virginia ..
pda Ann In the State Farm After visiting Mr. and Mrs.R. I Clifton were In Graham last week- Feb. 2 t>. Sylvvcter, Defendant.
pltal January 21. BRIDGE CLUB MEETING H. Cox and Mr. and Mrs. J. A talking picture you will never Cane No. 8490. Keep-_ i
: end to visit relatives and friends ORDER tip PUBLICATION
r. and Mrs. Leslie Crews an- Wednesday afternoon of last M.: Bradley for several days last forget: ANT NOTICE TO AITKAK
and to attend church
of their
>ce the birth week week, Mrs. Gerald Cox and daugh -
Mrs. J.
R. Kite who r..ld.noeI. l
entertainedthe irlnla H. 8ylrt
Friends of Mr. and Mrs. J. M. 100 Thrilling Scenes Plus: Cowboy
jhter, Nelda Jo, on January: ters left Saturday morning to 4111 Weet 12nd Street! Ctevsland. -
Start Your Post.JVar
'State Farm Bridge Club at complete their trip from, DeLandto Bradley and family are gratifiedto Action Westerns Latest Front Ohio.
her home. Mrs. Kite used flow- know that last week they Line War News and Comedy You are required to appear on Planning Now I
their new home In Roswel, Ga. February 11th., 1845 In the abovenamed
IMUNITY! CLUB MEETING ering quince and camellias to ad- Mr. Cox is received a card from Sgt. Jack Novelties Court and cause, wherein
of the
rangements of calendulas and I. vantage In the living room where Grassvlew Farms manager Dairy there. Bradley telling them that his Rain or Shine! Don't Miss It! plaintiff aeeka divorce.. hail Bradford publlnhthin Place Your Order Now'For ,!

urtiuma added to the beauty three progressions were played.Sarge's Miss Mary Jo Caldwell left health Is good and that he is Children 15c: Adults :33c County Order Telegraph In next four weeklyItOlirn. Tho Following Appliances: "
Sunday for New Orleans, La., working in Osaka, Japan. Sgt. Mr. and Mrs. Plummer Moore; Witness my hand and official i
where she Bradley Is a prisoner of the Japs been Mr. "
will enter the Cadet of Miami have visiting
Old Place Nurses and this is the first communication . BENDIX
Corps and be in trainingat and Mrs. C. E. Andrews recently.
Charity Hospital. from him i since fourteen Mrs. Yarbrough celebrated her AUTOMATIC
Miss Jackie r months ago. 88th birthday at the home of her
TARIE'S ORIGINAL ]last week-end Armstrong with her parentsIn spent Lt. Col. and Mrs. L. 0. Sheffield ;' son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and EJFAT I HOME LAUNDRYHOT

Dover. of Kentucky and Salpan were Mrs. O. B. Moody, Sunday. A f
guests of Mr. and Mrs.. J. A. large crowd of the family con- '
F.S.C.VTallahassee h I tfleld of Bouvier and of Mr. and Mrs. L. nection enj o y e d this occasion I
was at A. Shepherd recently Col. and with her. :
home last I
Mrs. Sheffield were residents of I Mrs. Ernest Clemons of Lake RANGESWATER
Vance Geiger of Jacksonville the Farm when he was the Prison Butler is spending a while with I HEATERS
was the overnight guest of .
Chaplain.J. her parents Mr. and Mrs. J. S. at the ,4
Mv. and Mrs J. M. Bradley Fri.
S. Hufstedler, Mrs. E. L. Snowden.Mrs. t

AuthorizedBy day.Mr.. and Mrs. M. D. Carter Meredith, Mrs. Hope Bond and Delia Thomas returned to I An These Become Available : !.

The War .DepartmentOperated visited their son-in-law and ; young Freddie Paul Hartman of her home in Jacksonville Sunday CAMPDINER We'WIll Fill OrdersIn r'

daughter, Mr. and Mrs. W. O. I! Lubbock. Texas were recent after spending a week with ]Mrs. Order of Application :
Stringfellow Friday. guests of Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Reddish Andrews and children.

Partney. Mr. and Mrs. Romle Johns of
Bert Chambers
was BED
i' guest of her parents, Mr. 'and After spending a two weeks' JackBonvllla were visiting her LAMPS .

By an Ex-Soldier I Mra. W.. J.. Ward, In Ocala last I leave with Mra. Sweat and relatives mother Mrs. Bell Johns and Mrs... & DESK LAMPS
week-end. la Raiford S C 1-c Drew Fronnle Moody, Sunday.
Call &
Corner CherryHighest
S 2-c J: N. Cauthern returnedto 'Sweat has returned to Boston Mrs. Gurnle Crews of the State '

HEADQUARTERSFOR Bainbridge, Md., Monday after Mass. Farm and Mrs. Maston Hayes of O RADIO ::1
having visited Mrs. Cauthern and Pvt. and Mrs. Charles W.. Gal- Gainesville were visiting their sis- .

ALL MILITARY SUPPLIES,. Mr. and Mrs. M. C. Roberts since laher, Jr., of Camp Blandlng and ter, Mrs. Mary Cason at the Quality

.NOVELTIES and JEWELRY Tuesday.Miss Draper, N. C., were recent guests home of Mr. and Mrs. C. E. An- SERVICE (!

'0' Mildred Williams and her of Mr. and Mrs.,,J. H. Hundley.Lawtey drews. They were accompaniedto
room-mate at F.S.C.W., Talla- Gainesville by Mrs. Cason fora '
.' . . . . . . STEAKSand
hassee ,Miss few .
Joyce Petty, were days.R.

Ben Suslow's guests of %ev. and Mra..,. L. A. R. Andrews, who Is visitingIn WINKLER ;
Shepherd last week-end. Ft Myers for a few weeks CHOPS
Mr. and Mrs. A. T. Moore of spent the week-end with i his
Miami were dinner guests of Mr. By EVEL.YNK WARREN wife and children.
. . . . . .
Army Store and Mrs. Guerney Crews and e e The Long Bridge Christian .

family Friday.Mr. Church services were held at the SERVICE \
J. has returned '
Mrs. O. Phillips
and Mrs. W. G.
Stringfel- school house Sunday mornllng
9 A. M.-9 P M.
09 E. Call Street Starke Fla. low and Miss Melba home after a visit In Miami with
Stringfellowwere and night by the Pastor, Rev. 226 Temple Are. )
among .thOse attending the relatives. Dodd of Keystone Height It Daily Except Thursdays I ",.
& President's Ball at the Starke Miss Lou Edwards. was visiting is believed now that services will I

US.O. Friday night. relatives In Jack sonvllle last be In the new church at Long ._- -------_.
Rev. and Mrs. L. A. Shepherd week-end. Bridge next month.
Even aWOODEN attended the Baptist ConventionIn Mrs. May Wells Is visiting her Walter Brooks and Mr. and

Jacksonville last Tuesday Wed son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. DeWitt Brooks and baby of SERVICES 1 "-
nesday and Thursday Mrs. Jack Bales In West Palm Providence were visiting Mr. and
IciiIJI Mrs. J. W. Dyke of Tampa Beach. Mrs. J. S. Snowden Sunday.Mrs. .

came Monday to visit Mr. and Roger Peele, who la !in the Ethel Johnson Is spendinga EVERY SUNDAY NIGHT t \
INDIAN, ,.. Mrs. Martin Griner. Marlon Military Institute, Is home week with her son-in-law and .
Miss Betty McRae of F.S.C.W., visiting his parents, Mr and Mrs. daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Delbert ,
Tallahassee, was the guest of Joe Peele several days. Green in Lake Butler.

COULD FEEL THE WARM M>, and Mrs. J. A. Bouvier last Ancll and, Van' Futch are homeon Mr. and Mrs. Emory Johns SUNDAY SCHOOL 3 P. M. ::1
week-end. During her stay. MIss furlough because of the Illness and Mrs. M. F. Wiggins were
AIR OF HOSPITALITY McRae and :Mrs. Bouvier visited visiting In Jacksonville] last Wed- (
of their mother, Mrs. Silas Futch.
Mr. and Mrs. Cecil McRffe and ,
THAT PERVADES 'TII E Keeffee Harrell, U. S. Navy, left nesday.
Everyone Invited To Come And Feel
family In McIntosh: Monday after spending sevral Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Bryant and :

BRANDING CENTER*DAR*- E. D. Mobley'spent the past days leave here'With'his parents, children of Starke were guestsof You Are A Part Of Us. "
week-end with relatives In Jacksonville Mr. and Mrs. Melton Kerce
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Harrell, Sr. 1

e Joe Harrell, Jr.., of Jacksonville Saturday night. 0 "
Mrs. Guerney Crews visited her Mr. and Mrs.' James Lavender.
i sister, Mrs. M. S. Hayes, In was visiting his parents Mr. and family of Jacksonville were. ; f
TOGETHER A FEW and Mrs. Joe Harrell, Sr., Sun- .
.Gainesville last week. visiting Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Moody
I FRIENDS TONIGHT Pfc. Allen West of Waycross. day.Miss I and family Sunday. Gospel Mission
AND ENJOY A FEW Ga., spent the past week-end with Llllle McDonald who Is Mr. and Mrs. Troy Andrewsand ,

HOURS OF GOOD his Aunt, Mrs. Madge Bozarth. employed at Camp Blandlng was children and Mrs. Priest of
FELLOWSHIP IN Guests of Mr. and Mrs. Martin visiting "her mother, Mrs. J. B. Morrlston were visiting Mr and Assembly Of GodJUST J j

TIlE PLEASANT Griner last week-end were: Mr. McDonald Saturday. Mrs Rudolph Andrews and Mr.

SURROUNDINGS OF and Mrs. W. M.: Relnau of Mrs. Carlton and Mrs. Roy and Mrs. M. F. Wiggins Sunday. WEST OF B GATE, CAMP BLANDING J}
Apopka. Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Crawford of Woodlawn were visit Jonnle Frances Crews was the I J

Griner accompanied Mr. and Mrs. ing Mrs. J. E. Warren Wednes- dinner guest of Louise Johns Sun- J. A. BROOKS, MINISTER ,

BJLANE)> ING Relnau on a business trip to .
Adel. Oa. day.Miss: Nevada Palmer, Mrs. P. L.Dlnk1n.lJ. day.M.. F. Wiggins and C. E. An-
The W.M.U. of the Raiford drews were business visitors in
and Mrs. Grant Davidsonwere
CENTERBAR :? Church held its social
Baptist shopping In Starke Friday Jacksonville Thursday. J
meeting at the home of Mrs.' A. Miss TIIROUGII THESE:
\ MAYBKIXEJ. W. Bates Monday afternoon. Con- Friends of Eva Grant are l'f!' CIRCUIT COURT, BRADFORD PORTALSPASS
glad to hear that she has unproved COUNTY FLORIUAl IN CIIAN- .
tests afforded entertainment for SOLDIERS
from her.long Ulness.
several hours and then the mem- Rebar Hlnnon. Plaintiff T Wood-
Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Silcox row J. lllrxon, Defendant. Cue ON EARTHWATCH
bers were Joined by Rev. Wil-
No. 5323
of Starke were visiting Mrs. 811- 'onr>BR OF PUBLICATION
cox's parents, Mr.and Mrs. O. W. AND NOTICE TO APPEAR

Roberta Sunday afternoon.W. row STATE J. Hlnaon OF FLORIDA whoae toi dclr.Wood-... !1.:

C. Beasley who Is in the APO 178. Unit 1. Miami, Florida
You are required{ to appear on
Service and who has been over- February 12th, 1846, 'In the above
seas for some time was home named Court and cases. wherein the '
plaintiff eeeks divorce and custody -
several days this week visiting of minor children. Ilradford
his parents, Mr. .and Mrs. Beas- County Telegraph" shall publlnh
this Order In nest four weeklyi..uee.
ley. .


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Scrno Defendant. Case No. 1511 publlo outcry and will sell the lees of the Internal ImprovementFund 8. Twp. 1 S, R*. 20 E.
BOY SCOUT NEWS ent at the meeting Monday nightIn Tornadoes Yield ORDER OF PUBLICATION same to the highest and best bidder to reject any and all bid, Ward
the Methodist Recreation build- AND NOTICE TO APPEAR for cash, the proceed of the at the Courthouse, beginning Sec sTUYsfV 20 E tlh,
To P. K. Yonge tIn STATE OF FLORIDA to VlrsTlnla said sale to be applied a* far a* 10:00 o'clock A. 'Mo., on the 5th.,
Scutmaster Grover Alison of Ing: Gerald Boclter. Billy Sorno whose resldence I I. 201 may be to the payment of the day of March 194ft. Easement for .. wpWnV'VW City" 801,
70 announced yesterdaythat Arthur and George Winkler Clyde Close Contest A. Jtoana Str.... Charl..ton"v..t, ousts of these proceedings and the road right of way (00 feet wide 1 Acre E.
Troop Edwards. All Vlrs-lnla. satisfaction of the foremen tloned will be reserved from any parcel of .Lot 43 'l'o""n
his Scouts are eagerly awaIt- Denmark and Billy You ar. required to appear on execution. through which there Is an existing 26 Twp of RyTln! Spc, 214
the attendance contest next new boys Interested in Scoutingare In one of the most thrilling March 6th., 1945. In the above A. O., ANDREI) i tate I..oi. Ing urged'' to tQ the 'meet- contests of the season, a strong: named Court and cause, wherein Sheriff Bradford County Florida. composite tracts, of 10: acre* or 8WW SKH of NE ., Set 2'*
comet Twp. 6 S. RII' 23
month. Bradford for E. 10 ,
plaintiff seek divorce. WILL O. MUHKELL attorney more, title to one-half of allpetroleum Acrp.
;r The following, boys attendedthe Ing next Monday night. I p. K. Yonge team nosed out the County Telegraph shall publish this I plaintiff. 2-2 4t 2-23 and t hr. -fourth of I Acres In NW Cor of sw(4

meeting In the armory Mon- Starke cagers Saturday night In Order In next four weekly InsuesWitness other mineral will be reserved.Lot NW S4. S.o.. U. Twp. 8 B. Re, 2Z CC
hand and official I Acn. t.
Members of the two Starke suicide after one my IN CIRCUIT COURT BRADFORD 1 of Block 3, Ward
over- City
Mon- a thl. Jan- .
day night: Billy Miles, Joe seal at Starke. "Florida COUNTY FLOIUUAI IN CHAN.CKltV. TRUSTEES OF THE
teith. Emanuel Tlllakos. Edward Boy Scout Troops will enter Intoa time period had already been uary 10th.. 1946. Sea 8, Twp. T 8; ,R*. SO E. IMPROVEMENT tN'I'F.IU4AL OP'>: ,'
the two finely matched OFFICIAL. 8KAL A. J. Thomas. Eleanor R. Dye. Plaintiff vs. Lot 10 of Blk 3, Ward City. Sea STATE! OF FLORIDA TIIB'
contest during played by
Shull. Paul Canova, Kenneth Grl- hot attendance As- Clerk ot said Court.T. B. Dye Defendant Case No. 8, Twp. T H.: K20 E. ny A. J- 'THOMAS Agent tru. ,
der. Henry Manansa.. Ralph Roberts February, with the reward for the quintets. With the 'score1 standingat Frank Landrum Btarke.. Florida 2570. Pracl. Elk I I' In ;Ward' City'Sec. I.; F Fund. Bradford County' ,I."'

i ', .). Howard Lenh n. Jerry Law- winners being free movie tickets 24-24 ''at the end 'of the regular Atty. for Plf. I4t J-23 ORDER- NOTICE OF PUBLICATIONAND TO -APPEAR It'r r

,son. donated by; the ,Florida Theatre. game the two teams were givena IN (:IltCl>IT COURT. DltADF"ORD STATE OF FLORIDA lot Jeffrey -

.. New are invited to join two minute rest period and COUNTY. FLOIUIMl IN CHAN- B. .Dye, whose residence and
-,; .. I ,. boys CI KY, '
address I I.. Serial No. 1108539, Co.
Member of the B 0 y Scout either troop at this time and take then were to playa'' 3 minute Edward J. Tlerney. Plaintiff vs. M; 7th Inf; APO 2; %tl: Postmaster, FOREMOST DAIRIES INC.

,: Troop sponsored by the Methodist I part in the contest. The Rotary- overtime period' after which the Grace No.Prlnffla'16 J''7.ORDER .- :Tlerney. DefendantCase1 New You York.are N.required Y* to appear on ,
meets Monday team with the top'score should
Church recently enjoyed an over- sponsored Troop OF PUBLICATIONAND March 6, the above named
night outing at E. B. Mulligan, ,'I'' night $it the armory while the emerge winner, but 'at the end NOTICE) TO APP13AH Court and cause wherein plaintiff I OF THE SOUTII
STATE! OF FWMIIDA to: GracePringle seek. divorce .land restoration of ,
meets of that time each 'had been
place on Lake Santa Fe. Scoutmaster Methodlat-ponsored Troop team Tlorney whose residence 1* maiden name. Bradford County
M. C. Wear and the' boys the same night In the church recreation able to score but one field goal 327 46th Street Brooklyn. New Telegraph shall publish this OrderIn I''

went out Friday afternoon and building, and the score'still remained a York. next four' weekly Issues. For Home Deliveries "
: You to on hand and official
are required appear Witness my
returned',,Saturday morning after tie. Therefore the' 'tie must be March 6th.. 11145, In t h..- above .eat, at Starke. Florida' thin Feb On Mondays- Wednesdays' Fridays !J'
enjoying two "horn e-c o o ked" Mrs;: 3, E. Powell and son J. E., played off so the team that was named Court and cau..II.. wherein ruary 1, 1946.SEA ,

t meals. Jr., have returned to their home able to connect with the first County plaintiff Telegraph seek divorce.shall Bradford publish All( Clerk ot sa dLCourt.. J. Thomas ,Phone Starke 82 and Leave Orders

The following Scout were pres- in Jacksonville after spending point of any kind would be vic- this' Order.. .In next four weekly Chas. R. Hess, 19-21 N. Ocean St., k 1
several months here with Mr. and torious and that team happenedto iHHUeM. Jacksonville Florida Atty. for Plf. ,
Witness my hand and official 2-2 4t 2-23. GRADE A PASTEURIZED
Do You. Too. Suffer WithBACKACHE Mrs. C. A. Knight be the O'ville school. seal at Starke.. "Florida this Jan- ,.
30th., 1946.. N' OTIC B .
Hamilton, who was high scorer uary VITAMIN D HOMOGENIZED ;il
for his team and for the game As Clerk of said Court. JANUARY Slst., 1945

I due to Kidney Trouble Thousands daughter, Mary Sue, are spending was the lad who was able to TV Frank I-andrum, Starke, Florida NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that CHOCOLATE MILK J,
a few days at their home here Atty, for Plf. Z-2 4t 2-23 pursuant to' Section 9 of Chapter !
*et reliel br urinj. UDMO-TLUSH r sink the last goal that told the -- 18294. Laws of I Florida, Acts of I,
Sold for ol after a stay of several months In story of victory or defeat. Shu- IN CIRCUIT COURT. BRADFORD 1937. known as the MURPHY ACT. CHURN BUTTERMILK,
o"r a quarter a centurfmooerback Jacksonville because of the Illness COUNTY FLORIDA IN CIIAN- the following described land In
a Guarantee. ford and Burney each with 8 CBRY.Ixmnle Bradford County Florida will I 'COFFEE CREAM e
of Sue. will
Mary. They re- Thompson also known a*
points followed Hamilton's lead for sale at publlo outcryfor
Get Tam Bold Now' .t I
turn soon to Jacksonville and remain Lonnie Thorn. 0 n. Plaintiff, vs. the highest and best cash bid
KOCH DRUG STORE there for several weeks. free of 6 throw field goals line. and 2 from the : Mary No.Hellu 1419.ORDER Thompson. Defendant.Case subject to the right of the Tru.I -

----- I Saturday was the second ap- NOTICE TO APPEAR

: of the Tornadoes in STATE OF FLORIDA tot: Mary
Bellu Thompson whose residence. I.
EVERY. BRANCH OF their gold warmup jackets and uware BRADFORDENGINEERING
pants, the clash with Lake Butler required to appear oa
March 6th.. 1946. In the above
being the first.Thursday named Court and cause, where
: plaintiff seek divorce.
!) County Telegraph shall publl.this ., 1
hJuranc'e night, Jan. 29. the Order In next four weekly
Tornadoes, sparked by their l Issu.". offlcla'
Witness my hand and CO.
towering c e n t er Thornton, de- seal at Btarke. Florida, this Jan* I

.. feated the Tigers of Union High 29th. 1945. fOFFICIAL COMES FIRST AT
( SEAL) A. J. Thomas., ,
School to the tune of 45-29. With
A* Clerk of said Court. i ,
C< "WALLAgency ., Thornton leading the way for the William D Morgan Jacksonville,

B. Starke Team the game urns a Fla, Atty.- .Out. Plf 2-1 4t'2-23 LAPPE BAKERYBe '' J. MAURICE EDWARDS, IVfgr.t .

J thriller ir m-'s --bii.b'-Th. ; lit CIRCtTIT COURT, IW AND-FOR- .

Starke eager got off.- toa bad BHAI CIIANCRRY.>POD COUNTY. FLORIDA.IN :' .

t 'I, 113 tart and the, end of the first VERNA j. DEMOREST i PHONE 94

period found them at the short Plaintiff, :
J Quick To TreatBronchitis
Constant, Service Over 50 ,Years. ,. end"of an 8-8 score*and, -at the DONALD'-v- .. McKAY, et al. ',.i.DefendantBl '. j* :: "
end of, the first balt, the Tornadoes : ".
ieiea94rPhone ,; : QUIMTmoVtlTLB . ,, ,
'?' 1BCLASSIFIED''ADS had picked up.;the (lead by J Case-Mr).' 2614 '

". only, two points to leave the ORDER. OF PUBLICATION' AND. I .. We. Can Furnish. YottWithMl Sizes
score standing at 18-J6. SATE TO APPEAR"THE ' .
OF FLORIDA tot I. Chronic bionchitts may develop If "
On. taking the court at the Donald L. McKay, 1-'. C. Jones and your cough chest cold or acute bronchitis '
start of the third period the wife, .Margie Jones.'., Santa Fe 'Lake is not treated and you cannot Concrete Building Blocks .: tf ravel'--:Sand .
Development Co., Joseph Holder, ; afford to take a chance: wltb '
'' Starke quintet immediately beganto John A. (lrahatn,,;' James L. Uates cine less potent than Creomulslon anymed1. *' '' ; ,: : ]':.'' v: -
pile up a score that was to and wife [{Irtle it. G.t... SamuelC. { ,
Lane, J. D. .McLemore. and wife, which goes right to the seat of the Mortar Mix '
,- ..L spell disaster' for the Tiger Hoop.ter. Mrs Susie B. McLemore, John R.Carle trouble to help loosen and expel germ Cement
,')R'' BALM- t t P'active 5-room t..oST-Dlamond and pearl broach]J .. At the beginning of the Jr., and wife Mrs. Henrietta laden phlegm- and aid nature to ,
bungalow In tint condition In Old fashioned flower design fourth and final period the score Barle, Jr.. T. W., Pitt and wife, soothe and heal raw.tender,Inflamed ,
excellent nelirhborhoed. Will '.ell I pearl petal and diamond cenjter Mrs. .' Alice Pitts, Chaa. Robert bronchial mucous membranes. Y .
on t.erm.-Mr.. It I lid abell. C. the vicinity of stood 32-23 for the B.H.S. team and wife Mr*.. Edmona Roberts Creomulslon blends beechwood LSO.
Wllaon 110 W. Madison. Up Presbyterian Church on N. Cher and that lead was Increased until John C. Eddie and wife, A. P. creosote by special with
ry Ht. 'or parallel block on Eddie, F. I, McCall and wit.. Mrs. process other .
( WANTED-Route man for furniture Church St. Owner very anxious' at the final whistle the Starke Mary I.' McCall If living and If time tested medicines for coughs.
buslnes Apply Denmark to. rnodvoi. bat+auae broach. wad eager were In the lead 45-29 either of them te'dead all parties It contains no narcotics.
'Jj.altur."CQtaparw. ' It family heirloom. If found please claiming Interest under any such No matter how many medicines READY MIXED CONCRETE
return to >16 N. Cherry St. ISO Dobbs for the Union team was deceased! or -that"otherwise In and you have tried tell your druggist to i, .. .
,'pUNl inee'Jan.)-Stray 19...home" OWnef at my place have reward'offered.i 1114tlfO high scorer connecting for 7 to the land*hereinafter described sell you a bottle of Creomulslon with as:irl, ;\; atDELIVERED 0 , .:

.by' paring for ad andf may..ed. R. field goals andt4 from ttte charity and to all unknown person claim- the understanding you must like the
I log any rtht tltla/or/ Interest In It - ; TO YOURJOBjiOREMi'iii
? way: quickly.alto.ys the
.It. Uer.e, TheresHa Fla. RbOMSALLFURNISHED line: Thornton was b'gh'' for the aid land; which 'lands are situated mitting rest and cough per ,
.7' l-I 2tp sleep, or you are to
In Bradford'County. Florida
Starke five wjth'5} from the floor and described as, follows: have.your money'back.-CAdv., ) .
WANTED-Tractor work by Job or and 3 from the free throw line. SW% of N*4 Except one acre I H' #.. JO. ._' ,
.. .. ,,, .
hour. Plowing disking.; mowing, ; ,j. -- In NE' e rner'- ,ancJ. 8WU of
Kto. 8 Lacy Conwajr, at Union
8WH and 6 acres In 8W corner'of
Bu. Station. 1." 3WENGeR t BOOK"A ROOM AHEAD 'a lnesvllle's Purple Hurricane NWtt Of BW\44. Sec. III; Ett
outblew the of 8E<4.and EH of 8WK of
SUPPORTS Individually I heretofore undefeatedBHS
Foa iroun WIFE: SEK, Sea 30 all that portionof
designed.! Mr*, BerthaPearce 15 Tornadoes
Friday night, Jan.
west Madison:St. 7-ti-4tp. NEVi of 8e4Il North of
OR '
', PARENTS 10, defeating the local lads 66-33 Santa Fe Rive, also NV4 of, :
HAHUUUUfcJ KumPMKNT foralel: Gas Heat In Each,Room In the University of Florida NWW of NW\4'\ South ot Sec. 12 all
See Mr. Lurllne' Grant SOI 8, gym.It In Township T flange 11yJI
Church .St., Htark. -Itp '- 'u'LARRY'S was OaJne8vl1J game ifrom .
start to finish with the score AND EACH'bl" 'YOU. whether
I..oST-In Starke 1 black- heifer PLACE known or unknown are' hereby
calf freshly marked.- gut away 40-13 'at the half. .BH3 underwent notified that a suit has been ,

with rope Office around or/L.'O.neck.. ,NotifyTelegraph Haien.Itp, KINGSLEY'' LAKE a change of pace In, the Court brought of against Bradford jrourn. County the Circuit FlorIda Buy At ,CooK's And Save The Difference

1000 Feet' From B Gate second half and was able to hold In Chancery case No. 3614, by
Verna' J. Demoreat a* plaintiff, - ,
its own in field goal, with
UUHT-Taken.. ,by ml. take romUSO.YIIrICA only and in which you, and each of you
at President' Ball LOST OR MISPLACED-Cloth bag a slight edge accorded the Hurri- are defendant: that the relief GROCERY
luggage tan leather, .- containing key. of ,no ue toanyone canes. sought In this suit I* to quiet and SPECIALS FRUITS &:VEGETABLES
handbag,'containing add,... but owner,, If .found confirm plaintiffs title to' said
Mr. Rob.rt (Norma Hall Har- please phone No. !? lip Cox and Sapp were; standouts above described land a. an Indefeasible '7- _
; rleburg. Pa. Reward. Phon. 4.-.1. for, the .Hurricane squad while fee simple title; and you S. R. 5 Lb. Pkg.
Itp HHLJ' WANTKU r Elderly white Johns and Shuf are hereby required to app..1'peraonalll RED BLISS New Crop Lb.
'woman for' general house work ord. shared scoring ( or by- attorney) In said BALLARDS FLOUR 38c
OKAUK-1 TRUCK TIRES In trailer. Living quarter furnished ) honors for the Tornadoes, ca the 6th day POTATOES ______ .8c
AVAHABU3 ,AT SHAHS In .. "trailer. Mr.. with 13 points each.Remaining . ; February ::5"Or'* the allegations 10 Lbs. _______-,__.1,1:: _..____ 70c
LeOrande, Htarke Amusement. of plaintiff* sword bill of
| TOOxll TIOxK _.- 1-SI.. Itp Schedule complaint will be taken a* confessed -
50slt 700x1. 7SOxl 740x17fOOxl There have been a few changes by you. 'Tne Bradford SUGAR, 5 Lb. Pkg..'. __ 35c CABBAGE (Green), Lb. 5c|
IOOal7 700 U OPENING At 111 County Telerraph" I* hereby designated
660x10. ,100x10760xl tailoring shop" Btt in the schedule for the remainder aa the duty qualified newspaper ; : ,
5x0 *0,xtO ., and dressmaking.military Mra.alteration EvaAlvare of,"the season, which now ,stands In which this notice shall Del-Monte 1 Lb. Glass RUTABAGAS 5c
And Larger Plies *. S-l be published o/lc. each week for _.
: 4tp follows .
For Information write as. : four conaecutlve' week' prior to COFFEE'37c: :
t Roy Cunningham NOTICE-Killing station and Hawthorne Feb...3 Here aid return day.Witness / ,
garage i
f SEARS ROIOlUCK: Oc CO. open now for business In G'ville my hand and official . ,
Feb Maxwell
jracluoavuto, Fla. Uraham Fla. Herbert Howell.> I 8 Here teal at Htarke Bradford County House ,1Lb. Glass Tomatoes;' Lb. t-- 20c
llacclenny Feb. 7 Florida this- 5tW''day-of' < JanuaryA. '
3-S There ; -
; Baldwin Feb. 9 There D. 145. ________...; -_ 37c; j : ;
'A. -J. THOMAS ,
.Ire* .i>ace for hou. trailer WANTED TO BUY-A tractor and Cross City Feb. 13 Here Clerk of Circuit*Court Bradford ONIONSLbX'; : : _____ ,_ 6c
r : -
milk cow. A. S. McCay Box II, Manhattan Long Grain Lb.
preferably near echooU Write to Macclenny Feb 14 Here County Florida. ; (.2 Pkg. .
Box 4U-A. S-S Stp Lawtey. lip '
Branford Feb. IS Live OakP. H.. O. Brown, Atty for Pit. Starke. R ICE __J-._ ___ 44c "
}(ATTRIIISdI11S; furniture of ali upholatered kUde renovated and- WiIUtV1GR-tuok evening bag front white USO by velvet mln- |C Yonge ,Feb. 16 Here Florida. * 1-lt 4t 2-2 . I APPLES:'(DeHcioug) Lb. 12c|

reflnlhed. Drop u* a card. take Friday night please returnto Alachua Feb. 20 Here .N! TUB CIRCUIT1) COURT IN AND 14 Oz. Bottle I" '
1IA8T1N08 MATTRBaS. CO., .Uoxlit. : Mr.. A. W. Anderson. Itp Cross City .Feb. 23 There FOIL "K A D ...-O R D COUNTY TOMATO CATSUP "
Palatka, ... U FLORIDA. __ 22c Cooking :APPLES Lb. 9c
FOR RENT-4 room house with 2 All home games. previouslyscheduled"for'7:30 .
) u ANTIOJMa" .with. tractorand or S. acre of land. Jeff Lewl.. : p. m., will In DELLA THOMPSON. Yellow Rose .
equipment to clear and break Itt. S. Btarke. 2-a ' :25 Lbs.
tip I
several acre .f new ground the future begin at 8 p. m.. Coach ORANGES : 5 Lbs.: 40c;
-vs.EDNA u F '
O '
Keystone' Height. Write C. K, FOR HALEV_Oood farm mule will James Hobbs announced yester PEELE and JOE PEELE. U .R ______ __;,_ $1.39 i._..:._
Rile. 106 OeUort St., Jackionvllle work Flume -
anywhere F. F. her husband. .
,- Flat ., .. 1... lip Starke. lip day. NOTICE Defendant'OF SHERIFF'S: SALE Independence. Pkg. IRISH = 5 Lbs I

Notice I I. h.r"by.I"en that under SAFETY MATCHES lOc 25c
History and by virtu. of the Write of Ex. I __ ____
ecutlon I Issued In that certain causeIn -
Of Show BusinessIn the Circuit Court of Bradford
<< County F I 0 r Ida wherein Delia MARKET
New York Thompson was plaintiff and Edna -
Peeleand Joe Paele, her husband
Y were defendants the said -
. Covering a generation of New being dated the 25th of January -
INSURANCE York's Theatre his tory. Univer- A. D. 1945 I. A. O. ANDREU STEAK GRADE

sal's "Bowery to B r q a dway', lowing. having described levied property upon the as fol-the J1A"; Y ROUND Lb. 41c c

Am ; which will play Sunday. Monday property of the above named defendants ,
; ', ,.'i ana.n, ]re., & Csous/E and Tuesday at the Park Theatre In the County; situate. of, lying Bradford. and being Stateef STEAK "A" GRADE .

4 v. ; Is a human story'' of show Florida to-wltr L b. 4 Jc
I. '
'I business from the' 1890's to the Lot I, 11, 12, 24. 25 In Wood. CHOICE T-BONE \) "", ",

, i . eomra; # ,::' : early 1930'i. South lawn Section Range 23 17.East.Township(0 acre 6. "A" GRADES '.

'" , .' .. .' The picture is 'strongly cast .Lot 16, In Woodlawn, Section STEW 25

.. , .. "''I '. '" .' '" ;" with :Maria Monies. Susanna Foster 23.1Township East. 10 acre I South Range BRISKET. :t I. ; Lb.

rJI . \ Jack OeJcle, and Turban Bey Lola 1. S. and South! % of Lot

," 'PREFERRED RISKS 'ONLY. .,' . lit the starring roles and Louise tey 2, of West Block of 18.Railroad..Town of Section Law. PORK CHOPS: 1 : ,SMOKED' ,, ,IViii"i{ 45c

AND AT A SAVING TO ,. Cook Allbritton Leo Ann Blyth. Donald 31 22* KTownhl|> .' South BangeCommencing LB. '.'
Carrttlo Frank Me-
:- Hugh. Andy Devin Peggy Ryan southeast corner of Hotel
OUR lot
. and Donald O'Connor and running DELICIOUS LONG
.. j ; cast. In the supporting thence southerly westerly 10-1'100 feet feet HORN & DAISY CHEESE

thence easterly ,,100 feet thence .
The story of "Bowery to Broad- northerly 104 feet to point of .

way" concerns the,friendship of beginning, Town of Lawtey, BUTTER C
west of railroad Section 13 :L.RY sic
Jack Lb.
Oakie and Donald Cook, two Township 5 South. Range 12
rival show producers who even- East

W. T CLUTE REALTOR tually become partners. by 1 Lot 100 66 feet feet East North and and West South, on CREAMERY

.. Maria Montea portray a rav- West tide of State Street, BUTTER; Lb. 52cCOOK'S :
ishing continental star Marina. andndsouthr by by Thede Nolan Street, ,-,

119 EAST CALL STREET She and Cook fall In love, and Town of Lawtey west of Rail
STARKE he casts her In unsuitable produc- road. Section 11. Township 6
South.- Range 23 east.
tions which causes Oakle to leave And I will on the Sib day of March
him and they eventually go broke. A. D. lUll between the legal hour
of sale, GROCERYI'
to-wlt. 11:00 o'clock In
i.v: riHcrrr OOM: T. DRADFORD forenoon and 2:00 o'clock In afternoon -
(,COUNTY FLOiliD9l 1\1: CHAN.Frank Bradford before the front door of the
( RY. County Courthouse at
Serno Plaintiff vs. Virginia StArk. Bradford County, Florida, .
the said
property for sale at


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