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 9, 1945
Frequency: weekly
Subject: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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Volume ID: VID04901
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Weds Army Nurse, Sgt. Anderson Says . .I Red Cross Quota Belief That "Good ,Times" Will Continue Mrs. Peele Asks ill

Molucca Inland,, ;LJZ1' mission writing, from due 'to their the parents fact that In Set At Stated In Miami Herald' Interview ; I Pardon RnarH < I

;Sunday 21 JanuaryEery $14,200'For .. :
B and then something Dutch regulations require bride have shared In the overnight! gold :
now top and bridegroom to be over 30 The following article, written ;; ; I
I of the ordinary occurs of In order to marry by staff writer Ed Wall, appearedIn "'We have every reason to believe rush. For Clemency
us I forget for ,a day this years without parental consent and March Drive the January 26 issue of the ," Edward declared, "that Saturday n lit h t; in Starke '

business of war. Wall the 130.000 arrrs of land adjoining rival anything Miami can offer -
1 and grimy here the blessed NICA accepted Miami Herald.: Mr. stopped
and today are two Starke acquired" at considerable In crowd, with 'the possible
Starke his from notice Inserted '
erday without comment the "writterconsent" over In on way According to a .1
N. Sternberg chairman of the effort by the government exception of crowded bu,,_.
; wrote
days Miami to Tallahassee and
dubiously offereddon't( In this Issue of the Telegraph,
ruins romance* You'remy Red Cross War Fund Drive for: the article after interviewing W, Mill be used for a train- Sidewalks are Jammed and visibility -

>nr war friend. ,And here' ask .me how they got "writtenconsent" Mama the Bradford County Chapter, has M. Edwards, c h Irman of the Ing or hospital center after the I L.* rero.Edwarda Mrs. Edna Peele of Law t 41 y,

tory, tender and human tove back home from in Papa Chicago and In the been notified that the county' city council. The Herald article war" la convinced It Is allmore through her attorney Zach H. .,

It. 1945 quota has been set at $14,- follows: Every citizen of Starke be- than a temporary boom Douglas, will apply to the State
space of a few brief hours); and "We ," he stated, "that.
about eure
200. This U slightly less than STARKR CERTAIN W.iRTIMiiBOOM comes serious when asked are Pardon Board within 30 day ;
least civil marriage
last but not ,
J. a the (15,300: quota assigned las WILL CONTINUEBy the town's postwar outlook for the War department has no Intention I i ir. r
nl. George by Dutch officials was re- after Feb. 2, with a request for L ,
Sorrow Is 28, year. !%' Hawaii Edwards estimated that the tensof of abandoning Blandlng I

slender, cot- quired.To. Mr. Sternberg plans to get'' the (Herald Staff Writer) thousands of doughboys stationed In the immediate future. clemency. I
t- of detail
this -
complete maze believe it will retain the of
have "We Mrs, Poele was convicted
at Blending I
lopped, anda of Drive off to a good start on STARKU!;-Hope that this normally Camp '
consumed one entire day because the weather, location manslaughter 1 Circuit Court
pair of e March 1st for a quick campaign drowsy.North Florida agricultural been responsible for a 1,000 per camp n
those proclaim three allotted to and terrain are Ideal. This here Dec. 10 1043 in connecttlon
able to cent Improvement In business. on ,
roue blue of approximately 10 days, and la center will be sustain !
George. A few minutes later, is free from malaria, and with at
set rather f being assisted In outlining plans the war-fattened pocketbook Myriad service supply stores area a "shooting scrape"
In the hospital chapel, with patients souvenir and restaurants unlike northern camps which are Lawtey In which one man lost '
apart. He'sado by his Co-Cha.lrman, Frank, E.. thrust on It with the creation of shops
mana and personcl on hand as Wilson. sprawling Camp Blandlng late In have sprung up, and established snowbound a large. part of the his life and others were Injured,

millimea .witnesses, George and Mary The following Chairmen have 1940, was expressed Wednesday hotels, druggists, rooming houses, year, training goes on at Blan and was sentenced to 18 months j

ack Helen went through the Catholic been others will be Edwards,. city c'OuncllModem"Dairy grocery stores and other firms dlng 305 days every year" in prison.I t
c k ritual, complete with ring- appointed; by W. M '._ ...._
announced later Appeal I \(1u" mate supreme '
I-all'craft) :
he! used his. We like to think I and ,; 4,,
pt and la one'contributions '' "r,0" that this Is the first marriage, Individual Gifts- Louis She Edwards To AssistIn Court was immediately {
.. go'a bet1a - --- kin, W. N. Carnaslon Jack Fried Canning Course ; pending Its decision Mrs. Peele
r of our race the Island hue ever ler. I City CollectingAt : I was at liberty under bond' The ;

witnessed.Of Court upheld the Circuit ; i:
te war effort. After'talking Commerce and Industry C.

him a little while his 'perHty course, female personnel of H. Nasworthy. the City Council meeting< Offered HereA Court, however,. but on Jan. 22, ,

""gets you" 'and first the Army overseas Is supposed to Special' Groups A. J. Thomas : Now Being I BuiltW. Tuesday night It was decided to 1B4S Governor Mlllard' Caldwell
wear slacks at all times, but this : Mrs. Peele a 60 day reprieve -
you know he's an. ,old, old Business District Fred Guy appoint W. M. Edwards to assist granted
little bride demurred (bless her), Residential Section Mrs stating that "at. the tel'j j
and said *H. Newsome. who recently Chief A. I* Alvarez in presentingand canning course under th
d.ry Helen Malloy is a stream- brushed aside regulations Juoius Smith Chairman. mination of which time the Judgment
of V R. ,
slip of a girl, maybe five her- vows'in as pretty a wedding Outlying Communities Mrs bought the Ar J.: Thomas farm collecting delinquent personal supervision FergusonVocational of the court is to be enforced -

four. Her curly I chestnutand dress as ever a bride wore-her W. R. Morse. home east of town on Road 48, taxes, paving liens and delinquent teacher at Bradford ,"

other blende attributesfit spotlessly white nurse's uniform. The Rev. Grover Alison will has started the construction of a city licenses within the High School and Mr* Rosa Cook,, Another recent development-

together In that certain George'wore GI khaki, as did the have charge of the publicity for modern dairy and hope. to, have city. This action,'has been necessary Home Economics teacher, is being the Peele case Is the levying by t

which elevates ,a girl into officiating priest Father (Capt.) I. the Campaign.Mr. the building completed and equipment only -one** tints in the past taught each Tuesday and Thurs Sheriff A. O. Andreu on certain 4 '
Charles Brady. to Edna Peele
class described as "striking"; Sternberg urges every citizen i In the property belonging
night Agricultural
the time there are
Installed within the next but at present which
'' husband Joe Peele.
kind you 'turn to look ,ate. of Bradford County to back and her ,
: Her full, sensitive lips But just when we thought all this Campaign as never before twq or three months, some persons who are several Building of the school, by Mrs., will be sold at "public outcry"on

ure your attention, 'while obstacles had been surmounted, Hits Is your'chance to back our 'Mr' Newsome Is an experienced years In arrears with their taxes Cook., The hours are from 7 tit March B, in front of the court-

there( arose,another, greater perhaps 11:30, and the course will extend house to satisfy the claim of Mrs }j
e level blue eyes you; I servicemen and women at the dairyman: having been in the and licenses for their businesses.Beginning .
than all the rest: Jape on over a period of ten weeks. Delia who was awarded
the woman wherehe Thompson
taken altogether righting front business at, St. Petersburg Monday, Feb. 12,
after all she's, 22)) ,Is armlngly one end of the island, we on the Mr Stern erc Is asking for: recently sold 'Out prior to- returning ME4w.rds will try to contact The course is open to very- 94,500 recently in a civil suit aganit -

pretty picture ofmth other, an armed perimeter separating volunteers to help in the War: : to ,Bradford County He personally all persons who are In. one who U I Interested In learning Mm. Peele. It was Mrs. I i'

and friendliness.. ,Also the two;;where in this Fund Campaign plans to install the most modern arrears and find out what they. the correct' way to can foods, Thompson's husband who di.d'of''

n Chicago she, Is
tenant in the Army Nurse wed George and Mary Helen spend Chief Asks Public ers and pasteuriser,'and wilt have can' an entire beef. Adults and In which Mrs. Peele was. k ,

ps stationed la one of tike two their,,fleeting t w o- day honeymoon a herd-of at' least 40 ;milk cows. out of school youths are urged to Involved. i

able hospitals here on ,the ? Not 'To Call Station The large dairy, barn"M.' being Lt. Edwards Improves take advantage of this oppor X t

nd. The Army solves everything. After Accident InjuryLL tunity to learn correct, canning Thomas E. Surrency
from our office, While.Fire In ProgressThere constructed: of ce nentblocks under I ;
Fifty yards II
As'you: 'might havealredy. the supervision. of hi* brother, -
the beach, we have a Funeral MJ'Y1o.wen held Sunday
down on waeim9dCdaplage w. A. (Bill) Edwards it
to the
eseed George ang Mary are D. H..New.ome
I..swecthea, UxL? "$fgsAgoing.:. ,. screened} ,hut,, we built for,use of StarkeHotelThunwtv'i"' afternoon J improving from injuries receivedIn Lawtey; Women ., for ,Thomas Faf wd,.:Surt -.J :;-
that nof Mr. ? 4 t
TJSO : >
the. troupes 7-month-oW"
ether while tIIW\was, still at- girls of last week when a flre'resulted, Plans.UnderWayFor an automobile1* accident last Make Kit1 Bags rency ,
>'Currency. b
cclL9loDally, Happily and Mrs W oo d row ,
iLtndUonf, ,High but pass this way, ; from the misuse, of an oil stove I
ding the
it wasn't In use at the present week but Is still confined to' Services were\held under''the 41'I'f :
Reorganization ,
each 'The fire truck
haven't seen much pf used[ for heating: Volunteers from Lawtey have
time, so we loaned it to hospital at Camp Blandlrig; rection of DeWItt C. Jones at the '
lately.festerday. was called and bedding was removed and have asked '
tier :- while George was George and Mary Helen with our to the street In front ol Of PTA GroupAn Following the accl dent, in made 114 additional kit bags quota. Mrs graveside in Dyal Cemetery with !y j;
for >
arrived last several timesIn an L. Q. Hemingway In t i
he overturned the Rev,
when they which
rning from detached service blessing, the hotel in order to use hand Interested group of Mothers Mable Lewis and Mrs. J.. M. Reddish [ ,'
from thday's < truck to his father, The baby died Friday
night, a little weary a belonging charge.
Guinea his plane stopped axtlnprulshers to finish putting of the Lawtey
ew excitement. met Wednesday morning In the W. M. Edwards, on Road 28 are charge morning at his home'after a I
(we are a regular port of rut the flames room. *
e production
This morning we gallantly Woman's Club building to dis- southeast of town, he was unconscious brief illness i
for aircraft). Since his orders called Mondayto do- ..
The truck was of Lawtey are
breakfast for two on revival of the for more than 70 hours The women beside his parents are
leeway, heed went oven: cuss 'plans for a Surviving,
jfe him three days help hold a grass fire back Ing a grand piece of work along
that he had no
first time they'd<< in indicated
the X-ray
over to see Mary Helen a tray- service In the resld en c e of J. P. Colley, Parent-Teachers Organization bones but was suffering this line and are to be highly two sisters, Betty Jo and Julia II\\
of broken ,
[spite of all the good advice had that kind under control. Tuesday a cot- Starke. Mrs. A. O. Wagner, from brain concussion commended. Mae Surrency. l'
of the
ned during the past three orr years.A tage In Reno was totally destroyed State Field representative
Dix: Be- little later-about church Parent-Teachers Association was Lt. Edwards recently returnedto
| years by Dorothy by fire. The truck was called xh
flce Fairfax: and others of their time (today Is Sunday) George but ,the building was already too present and gave a concrete plan the States after completingthe CHILDREN TO CLINIC
bride were out and R. A. number of missions BRING
George and Mary Helen de- and his lovely far gone and could not be saved. for reorganization. Mrs. required
around unquestionably the twc will act as temp orary as a bombardier-navigator In the DIPHTHERIA SHOTSby
d upon a war-time matrtmo- Fire Chief R. C. Buford said Green FOR
on this little Is Glen Duke ETO. He spent several weeks at
merger. If you think that'sin happiest people today that, he would like to ask Chairman with Mrs. ,
the woods, let. as Secretary.A the Air Force redistribution center -
this neck of to refrain from callingthe
spectre disturbs their everyone Miami Beach, and had received 1KVINO R. AIUIAMS i
don't know Army red tape Only one fire department immediatelyafter nominating Committee was MAJOR
the Netherlands East Indies. contentment. They have just 24 hearing the siren merely appointed and' plans are under his new assignment to' In8trucMtor' Director' Clay-Bradford County HmUth Clinic i
hours' together; then he re school at Midland, Texas.
S more meeting later
because they
from curiosity for a group
and she goes back way had stopped off for a brief several of Diphtheria In Clay and Brad-
Obstacle*, obstacles, OBSTAC- turns to duty busy following a call and it In the month. Notices will be He There have been cases
to her ward and patients. with chil- visit at his home here before reporting Counties. There are newcomers in this area and plentyof
jaj I Is at least an hour before the sent out to all parents ford many (
First the Army's permission truck returns to the station In dren In School and it is hoped to his new assignment native residents who have not had their children Innoculated

[B needed: They had that. As! But for three wonderful world days most cases and whoever Is left on that there will bee a large attendance ; when the accident occurred. against diphtheria. It Is often too late to save a child once this

marriage was to take place In' they will have lived In a world"of duty ther has no information until > at this meeting. All disease sets in. Medical care Is difficult to obtain. In these days

herlands territory, the Dutch completely<< "out of this day they the truck returns:, In case of Interested persons are asked to Group CompletesRed of turmoil It Is the parents' duty to give their children as much '

rital laws must be met and war' and for three 01 here emerge tcy, of course, you are to watch the paper for further In- Cross Course protection against preventable diseases as possible. This is not the ;

luded: birth certificates, but wiB have helped those ugly every little fellows call the department:, x'ormation as to time and placeof first notice on this subject that the Clay-Bradford Health Depart-

CA officials accepted certified to forget the other' end of the the meeting.Funeral Mra. Junlus M. Smith chair- ment has brought to the attention of the people. Many parents
racts from their service reels New Management man of Volunteer Special Services known where the Health Department. is located. But for one reason

attesting to their ages; peril Island. -- s Sunday announces that the American another they have neglected their duty to their children. In
- - At Conway For, Mrs. AldermanFuneral Red Cross Staff every community there I Is a Health Department ready to give aer,1
Course under the AssI8tant'.1 \,
I Be Reported"Florida Conway announced this vice without any charge.
Must II1 '
Deaths Mrs.' J. g
Births &
held In innoculated
week that he Is resuming opera services were the : The Clay-Bradford Health Department. has already

law requires that a report be made for each birthBind tion of his filling station at the the chapel of DeWItt C. Jones been Grace completed Anderson by, Natalie Drew, children In all the schools In both counties where the parents con :

death occurlng in the county:' Dr. Irving Abrams, director function of Highways 13 and 48. funeral home here Sunday AIdeI'Mman afternoon Virginia Llddon. Doris Saunders, sented to the injections. The preventable diseases for which In- t
the publicKhls The lunch room which Is connected for Mrs. Clara Mae small "
reminded cough, pox
Health Unit Louise Button, commonly' given are whooping
Audrey Stump noculatlons are
mt the Clay-Bradford County will remain who died In her
vital with the station of Hampton, six ;
recording.of Vandlvien that all children from
the Blanche We
henceforth Alice Taylor, and typhoid fever. urge
that diphtheria
week In announcing under the supervision of Van home last Friday. Interment was '
his office. open the and Mrs. J. A. Ownbey.The months to twelve years of age be given the Injections he or she f
statistics wUl be handled by D Patel, with the sale. of beet In Crosby Lake Cemetery and assisted
staff of the the clinic <<
The following are
WHO IS RESPONSIBLE discontinued.Mr. Rev. L D. Halnes was in chargeof should have depending on the age.

ten days after birth of a child, the phy--_ resumed operation the services. She was) a member In training the group and som< hours and days when you may bring your children for preventive
BIRTHS of Conway of the subjects covered were: His -
is required to file and the of the Baptist Church.Surviving innoculatlons.
slclan or midwife In attendance the first of this month of Red Cross, Nursing Service "
physician pr midwife are her husband, T, tory Cove Springs, every Wednesday, 9 a. m. to 11:30 a. m.
firth with the Local Registrar. When no services remain about the same, : Operations, Junioi Green '
was in attendance at the time of birth it, U the 'duty of the with tire repairs and auto accessories Jay Alderman; Hampton; two Red Cross and: Office Prodecure Starke (Health Center), every' Thursday, 9 a. m. to 11:30: a.: rru

make' the report within' ten days. being included. He expects daughters Mrs. Mary Alice Hoh- Many resident. live a far distAnce from the Health Clinic. In
father to
DEATHS or A \ertlflcate of death must be filed with the to: do some remodeling and paining man, of Jacksonville and Dorothy 'New Edition Soon that case It would' be wise for families to travel in groups and

obtained before the burialr to the building as soon as Elizabeth Alderman Jacksonville, share the car.Check.,,
burial permit '
p cal Registrar and a Susan Frances BookH.
undertaker (or person acting Mssible. one step-daughter, Of Telephone
disposition of the body. The of death. Jack Rigdon and W. L, Conway White of Tallahassee two sons,

laa undertaker) Is responsible for making the report will manage the station at Mr. T. 'J.' Jr., and Wm. Alderman, A. Bishop, owner of the
I PENALTY FOR VIOLATION OF agent, or Conway is manager of the,Flor both of Hampton and one brother, Starke Telephone Co., announced Your I

I Any person who for himself or as'an officer, ida Motor LInes Bus station next Tom Slaughter of, Jacksonville. yesterday that a new telephone
refuse'of' ::1'' neglect to perform Issued in March. Date BookCHAMBER
employee of any other person, shall ofmisdemeanor door. Pallbearers were E. W. Hayes directory will be

the duties required by this Act shall be deemed guilty E. K. Ferryman A. R. McRae, Anyone who wants bis listing

and upon conviction thereof shall be punished byla .Shafkin Is Speaker R. B. Alvarez A. J. Thomas andS. changed In any way In the new

f n.or than $100.I E. Sparks. directory should see Mr. Bishop .
b more "
fine or not less than $ deputy local registrar : At Rotary ClubLouis within the next 10 days.
Oreene has been appointed
Mrs. Gloria

for ,the, entire county and all births and deaths occurring the Shafkin, proprietor of Sgt. Finley Missing;

I in Bradford Count"ahould;" be reported to her. Between clinic on the Camp Branding Jewelry A Sgt. John W. Finley, son ofMr" June M. MagyariJune
at the
[hour of 9 s., m'and 4:30' p. m. she will reports Army Store spoke at the Rotary I and Mrs. A. J. Finley of : Mazell Magyar, three year

I Church street, phone 74. ,After 4:30 she will receive Club Wednesday, advancing his Hampton, has been missing inaction old daughter, of Mr, and Mrs.

I at home 522 North Cherry street phone 50. will act Ideas on post-war Starke, and : In Luxembourg since December John Magyar died In Lake Shore
of the
I Dr. Abrams as director of the Health Department, estimated that 65 percent 20, according to Information Hospital Lake City Friday
who have come
I merely In a supervisory capacity. __ -- business people establishment of received by his wife Mrs. morning of pneumonia. Funeral OF COMMERCE MEETING
-- the
here since Ruth Noble Finley of Burlington, services were held at the grave -:;
Popular I II Camp Blandlng will remain 'r. c side In Crosby Lake Cemetery, Tuesday Feb.\ 13 8:00 P. M.

fan AmbinThe Bible Hour I the war Is over. however Sgt. Finley was Inducted Into Monday afternoon, with the Rev. ,
at the Community Mr. leaders hereshould the army April 5, 1944 and received L.,' O. Hemingway in charge Ar-
Infant son of Mrs. Theressa Attendance Tuesday In' that business baste training at Fort Me- rangements were under the direction Every Business Man and All Interested Citizens

!mbin was burled Sunday after-,' Bible! Hour, held Church each Building be thinking about the ways lack Clellan Ala. After 'a brief fur- of DeWitt C. Jones. Urged To lie Present and Take Part In Discussionof
of taking up
poa In Crosby Lake Cemetery the Methodist this week to 61 chU- and means Blending is trimmed tough In August, he was sent Surviving beside her parents are Matters of Vital Importance To The Future' of
again when Camp Donald
Oder the direction of DeWItt C. jumped adults. Little Florence to peacetime size or converted overseas In September with an in- two brothers, Eugene and Starke.
8 down
-nes tuneial, home. The babyed ren, and won the prize for correctly to some other purpose, antry division of the First army. Ray.
In the state"Farm Hospital. verse.
giving the memory mch as a large Army
kurday. t

- "

'I r : ,
'; 1.1 . . . . . . Olives, Garden of Cethsemane, who was carried to Glendale '

\ BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH Calvary and the Tomb of Christ. pital In Palatka Monday II
Pine LevelBy We're anxious for to
everyone Mrs. H. H. Lewis, Mr +I
T hear this man of God, so come W. C. Conner Mrs. and 111
1877E. Mr.. U. M. McRae c
Established to
early and bring family
. . . . . your and Mr. and Mrs. Bishop !
. .
1. Matthews __________ Editor and Owner enjoy this great spiritual blessingwith and children were Thi
b Vlslting
r Sunday services at Pine Level us. and Mrs. Woodrow l
Published Weekly on Friday. and Entered: tu. Second ClaM Matter Mr. and Mrs. Rodman Reddish Dade City Sunday.
Church were greatly enjoyed by
'+ i at the Post Office at Starke, Florida. those present to hear Rev. Alex- and children and Misses Mary Lou Rev. and Mrs. W. E. Hall
Alvarez and Nancy Connor, all tof dinner guests of '"
ander Marks' sermon and Mr.
J.L.NARRf LL the Vanderbilt Section, were din- L. L. Connor and lit
y Leslie Batchelder'a Inspiring music Sunday. ,
{ ..g We Need Books and songs. Next Sunday we* will ner guests of, Mr. and Mrs. B. M. Remember the services at i P '

All thoHe stories about the of his pride and Joy for a- hare with us Rev Walter Zvoda, McRae and family Sunday.We Level Church each Sunday :

Roosevelt dogs recall to mind while. This was during liar- lecturer and evangelist, who will are sorry to report the lag with Sunday School at DIo

famous dog stories that I've rison's administration and times show sacred scenes of Bethlehem serious lllneas of the little daughter o'clock. Rev. W, E. Hall li]II,1, '

,1 For Our Library heard In the> past. Of course were almost as hard aa they Mt. Zion, the Mount of of Mr. and Mrs. R. R. Crosby pastor.

I can't equal these plane-riding, were under Mr. Hoover. Father'scorn

yachtcruisingcanine*, for all crop wasn't so good, the

the smart dogs I knew lived cholera had thinned his meat "Tell him we're cutting pvlpwoodn!

l Won t bark In .the horseandbuggydays. hogs out to a cotton-chopping
stand, the old milch cow had

you Anyway, I once had an Uncle gone dry, the bugs had ruined\
Jack who was a much bigger liar his bee hives and the summer

help than I ever hope to be (he weighed drought his cotton crop. So ''
SEE here in the that the government' says the
I over 200 pounds). He owned father, thinking of possum and "I paper

I a wonderful dog called Rush, who tater as a substitute for corn- of ,
us General Somervell shortage pulpwood
I says, may
to: all outward appearances was pone and chitterlings, readily

'Just a common yellow cur, but agreed to keep old Rush until
get r r according to Uncle Jack, he had Uncle Jack's return. 'We would rather lire a hold up the supply of munitions -

them ? '. the good qualities of all his ancestors Along those times the country ton of munitions than lose I'm going to cut everya
,, ,! who were as numerous school teachers free-boarded a-
and varied as Uncle Jack's. Rush round with.the school patrons and
/ ? singleAmerican soldier'. darn stick I can."That's .
of Irish Setter
% had a smattering Professor Doole Hines made our
English Bull. Belgian Fox Hound home his stopping place for two '.
the I like to "You just tell the boy to
and Texas Greyhound !in his weeks during the threemonthsterm way

f veins.To that fall. He was a long. hear generals talk bekeep on doing his best over
Jack tell It our
hear Uncle tall, spare-made bald-pate with a I .
old hush could baek-trall a stomach that reached from his
cause that 'single soldier'might there and we'll do our best
covey of quail from a fall pea go-fetchlt to his knees and could

patch to the neat\ where they eat the contents of a well-filled "
be boy. So when to back him over here.
were hatched out In the spring. two-gallon dinner bucket during our up

- Not only that, but if you started the noon hour and complain of .

Listen out hunting at night and being hungry before the school

i R carried a fat llghtwood knot day was over.

torch along, old Rush would Father went h u n ting one y,

% I'm just one of hundreds of boys tree possum and nothing else. night/ and the next day professor : !!I '
I However, if you carried a gun Doolo carried mOAt of the irR' M3sMi :1 $
and girls in the 5th through the . /
along too, he'd Just hunt coons. poHMum In his dinner bucket to
fl"I Y
8th Grades at IUI.S.
I : Then If you were out for some school. My boyhood pal land, y'
We like to read. We're for
first .class triple-A pleasure, dettk-mate, "'f'lton'J.ddy, andI
good books, but somehow (up to :< ,, JuHt toot your old hunting horn swiped the bucket of possum .
i ,MA now) no one has given much thought : :' a time or two and Hush would anil tater, ate the entire con- ;' : t' ,

I'. to a library of our very own. Sure, ,if route out a nice red fox. tents to the last crumb and ? ? ; s r x "'

. x we have a few story books in each '\J Now a red mammy-fox can then placed a dead house cat

room, but not nearly enough to go run rings around anything on In teacher's dinner bucket. We T a '-

arourt Everytime we get a little four legs and Uncle Jack said both, got whipped, of course, { ; N

i class money ahead and the teacher that Rush chased one around a but what did we care? We had x.g .
four-acre, pond until a fivetoottrlp possum and tater first, didn't
i 4 asks us how we'd like to spend it we ?ft'I
.of all around was wet school teacher
grass The never
I shout, "Books, books, more books!I" q u ro;:.
worn down to the roots. It lived who could dish out a
: But buying books this way is a seems that Uncle Jack packed whipping that was worse thana : W

; 1t slow process. It would take years Rush's meals down to the pond mess of possum and tater Is. 1
and years to get any thing i like and tossed him a chunk of bread good. f

enough. every time he and the fox passedby. Now, if you believe all that

The other day a- few of our teach- This went on for days and Uncle Jack said about old Rush >t

I ers met after school and decided to '' even though It isn't considered! d. maybe you believe all 'you read c > f ?

do something about the situation.. sportsmanlike to shoot a fox be- in the papers about the Roosevelt A

They say we're going to have a tore' the hounds, Uncle Jack had dogs. But I didn't believe Uncle 'i

library of our very own if they haveto to plug this one to keep his neighbors Jack, nor do I believe all they

go out and round the books from prosecuting him for say about a little Scottie runninga
up '
cruelty to dumb animals. a submarine, nor about that other
\emJIelve They know there are just lots of folks around here who 3 f
poor fox would have starved to son-of-a-gun piloting an airplane.I "
,ave good children's books they no longer need and :who'd be glad
death It he hadn't shot It. don't doubt that those Roosevelt .
give them to the school if they knew how badly they are needed .
Yes Jack have
\ Uncle. may dogs are emart,.but I don'tthink
hat's why I thought I'd put this piece In the Tel e,raph. stretched Ms blanket a little they are+ any smarter than

How about,doing'' this forme and those hundreds of'other* book- in telling about old1 Rush. Once old Rush was" and he couldn't M p r> l C

hungry kids that you're always saying you want to see ."grow up he was on the verge of moving I even drive 'an''' ox cart. If he .. Oa r % ,j": r ..agv
: from South Carolina to Georgiaand could have Uncle Jack would. >r, s sE a" ts >
to be good citizensassets to the community": 1c3+'u.x ? $ 4' ?.i ,4 +:.w ff)+
Dust off those Idle books that your own children have outgrownand wanted father to take care surely have told me about It. I ) fL ,3o.1 lN eR t j, ''CAg

+ no one has opened for Check them rVICTORY
years. with the list given . . . . . . has been stationed in
below. If you find you have books that are needed for our library Converse

1 Just drop a postcard to Mrs. M. W. Cressler, Box 65: Starke, Fla., LawteyBy La.
or telephone 123, the school. Elder and Mrs. O. J. Raulerson **

,r That's all you have to do. Our teachers, or maybe some of us spent Wednesday of last week *
t, kids ourselves, will drop' by your house and pick the books up. . . . . . . Page.
t You'll be glad you did it when you see the happy smiles on our faces. Miss Louise Starling and mother

Fob' Thorn Ju..t Beginning to Enjoy Stories: Mrs. Arthur Pearce and Mrs. were visiting Mr. and Mlrs. Carl
Mother Goose R. W. Sapp were In Jacksonville Prevatt Sunday. L. D. Vining, Hal Edwards, .Lester Kite, U S n 'l'1'11 '

Peter RabbitA. Friday. Let's all keep praying for our
Hogan Smith, Tyler Jones, J. K. Douglas E1J1JEJ
A. :Milne's Books Mrs. James Hobbs was shop fine young men and women who

Picture BooksField's ping in Starke Monday. are serving in the armed forcesof L. T. DYER Chairman '"" *'

,. Love Little Freddie Dlnklna is here our **
Songs of Childhood country. ..
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Lear's Nonsense Rhymes visiung nil granaparenis. mr. ana

Untermeyer's The Singing World :'n.; Mrs. P. L. Dinkins for a few .

.wa For Those Beginning to Read for Themselves: \ days.Bill '.

Fairy Tales Grimm and Andersen Pendarvls, who has seen
Sandberg' Rutabaga Stories ; ;'I;'-'' action in the Pacific Area has Greetings, brother. . Have a Coke '
returned hqone after beimg hon-
Little Children's Bible ttA?
orably discharged from the armed
Tanglewood Tales ".$"
y: Dr. Doollttle Hugh Lofting ($? "
Lacy Futch of Jacksonville is
White Patch Patrl a&'
Translation visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs.
? Pinocchio Any and all of them 1'': Silas Futch

Robin and Tito Robinson '{
MaJlle Prevatt of Jacksonvillewas
Just So Stories ; "
Kipling < 'J'
the week-end guest of his
i I Animal Stories; Mac; Little Dog Toby; < ',' mother, Mrs. Senie Prevatt.

Chico; Seally; Karl the Elephant; Black Beauty vVl.' Miss Evelyn Warren spent

Uncle Remus ;(fj' Tuesday night in S tar k e with

Acsop'o Fables : $h 1r.?( Miss Evelyn Colaon.

Older Children Heading. for Pleasure: ' '. ::'!!r'f; Raymond Appleby of Jacksonville
Legends ,of Charlemagne t iiK-' ; was visiting Mr. and Mrs

,' Captains Courageous Kipling yM J. E. Warren Monday night.
Jungle Stories Kipling ,,/$$' Mrs. H. C. Kelly\ and Mrs. L. 4 F
Futch were shopping In Jackson-
Maps of History, Literature, and Fairy Tales Jf'*: ville Saturday. '
Tony of the Iron Hand McNeil .'*s">: uLongfellow's
Jim Moore was visiting his

Poems.;, L mother, Mrs Moore several days
The Bastable Children V *
4 Nesbit last week.
(j + Boy's King Arthur 'f1

Little Women : . . . . . .
Heart of a Boy . ;,'
i hM1'' Bob Son of Battle ..'I'' Woodlawn 1
k'' 6. { ; ,
M For Still More Practiced Readers t\ -
Story of Mankind Van Loon \ ."::" . By. .Mrs.." .Bfyrle. Rafuse. . . '
Tom SawyerHuckleberry .j)! ': r $ j/1/

Finn / .t,,, I There will be services each Sun-

Treasure Island day morning and evening at the II e

Joan of Arc Lang , Woodlawn Baptist Church. PreachIng
Marco PoloRobinson service is at 11 a. m.: in the
i "_, .. r morning and 7 p. m. In the even-
\ 'rGunlver' '
ing. Come and bring someone
: Travels'' ,
\ .
." with you.
r. Sartslnesca ':. :
Elder E. M. Teter
,P Shackleton's.Last Voyage It. pulpit Sunday morning in the the . or initiating a new. subject Neptune 1It's

David Copperfleld absence of
'''.2>'I iW,1 the pastor, and every
t Silas Marner *r., <,, V one enjoyed the mess age he a fine old custom-the good-natured initiation of those who cross the

ti tl4 All Children's Libraries Should flares: '" a. .... ,v' brought. equator for the first time. In much the same of ,
14'1 The Bible""""" ... .. Elder and Mrs K. M.\, Teter spirit good-natured fun, people / ,
A Dictionary "' .f' pent Saturday night with Mr. everywhere respond to the Invitation Hat. a Coke That's when friendliness

Aesop's Fables and Mrs. L. P. Rafuse. speaks a refreshing
language all Its A
own. for ice-cold
Fairy TalesArabian Miss Loca Rafuse, and Misses pause Coca-Cola is

Nights Mary and Frances Teter spent always greeted with a smile in so many places on the seas and overseas, just

Collection of Saturday night with Mr. and Mrs. as it i is in your home. It's a happy
Poetry symbol who
L. W. Page. among people understand
t Books on Manners Mrs. Rachel B r o wning and the pleasant ways of friendship \ .
t BbiJt!'. Encyclopaedia 'r0 C ".Coca-Cola
granddaughter Fay Miles\ w revisiting
The books on these 'lists OTHID UNOei i You naturally hear Cocs-CoU
are among the beet ever written. and in Jacksonville Saturday AUTHORITY Or Tel COCA-coi* COMPANY" I called sbbnvirion
by''its friendly
by one of them, and
them Sunday.
.ral1 2 can be read with pleasure "Cob". \
and '' Both moan tM quality pw
profit U you any or these and would like to gIve them to Mrs. Agnes Fuquay has returned STARKE COCA-COLA BOTTLING CO. QdofTheeoca.coIaCo1l1pa11Y'o
? the school library, phone 123. to her home here after spending

several months with her son who



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Postal Notes O A True Story . . e . . . doing nicely after having a major . . . . . . gins, Marie Wiggins and Mrs. J the Navy. His 'wife, Mrs. Alma 'J!il |J
operation in the Alachua County M. Maxwell were here Saturday.Mrs. Saxon has been living here for
Sale Now Starke, Fla BrookerBy Hospital in Gainesville last week. Hampton'By Maxwell had spent several the past two years while he was
Jan. 24, 1045 Pvt. Cecil Melvin of Camp days with her daughter, Mrs. In service They formerly livedIn miM
stmaster F. F. Stump an- Ga. is several Mrs. M. (l. Swe 'ny Wiggins In Jacksonville l
Joyce Atkinson Wheeler. upending and they Pompano. | ,
Ced this week that the new Dear Mr. Matthews: . . . . . . days here with his parents Mr. . . . . . . accompanied her home. Among those shop ping In
sale at the C. C. Melvin. 1)Y',1L-I )URKE Mrs. Wesley Ross and
notes went on Thin In a true atory. and Mrs. D. L. Gainesville this week were; Mrs.Mary .
February 1. The WEDDINGNNIVERSARY Miss Mott has returned Mr. and Mrs. Russell Dyal an- Newsome of Grenada. Mian., spent '
fpostofflce here victim Mary '
granddaughter was our little Mr. and Mrs. T. B. Edwards from a visit with Mr and Mrs. nounce the m a r r lage of their the week-end with their slster-ln- Will lams, Mrs. Dorothy
-e notes are now being man. celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary Sam Mott in Starke. daughter, Virginia Matilda to Pvt. law, Mrs. Edith Newsome and Williams, Mrs. Claude May and
ured to. take the place of Some of you may feel there Sunday at the home of I' Roy Rourke of Camp Blanding, on brother Pvt. Lynn Newsome 'of children; Peggy Hlrmon Airs. J. !
y orders for amounts not is no need to give your dimes Mr. and Mrs. Zedar Hamilton. It Mr. and :Mrs. BUI Nichols and : Thursday, Feb. 1, In Lake Butler Camp Blandlng. J. Plckren. Miss Virginia 1 Lou
910.notes and dollars to the Infantile also family of Jacksonville were visit Pvt. Rourko Is from West Jefferson I
dIng was Mr. Edwards' 68th birth- Earl Saxon arrived home from Pickren, Mrs. Merle Rahme, and #
e are to be''l sued In Paralysis Fund. You think Itcan't day.: About 45 guests assembledto ing Mr. and Mrs. Lee Crosby North Carolina.Mr. California, where he recently re- Bert L. Hinson, Mrs. M. L. Waierson.

nations of even dollars possibly happen to YOUR enjoy the 'occasion with them ;last week-end. and Mrs J. H. Holly of ceived a medical discharge from: and Mrs. Carey.
$10 and there children. and dinner Mr. and Mrs. Cooney Tyler
$0 through was served In the Foley, former residents Clf Hamp-
be 18 denominations of That's the way we thought, Hamilton yard underneath a large were In Starke on ,business Mon ton, were visiting friends here
ips from Ic through lOc and too-four years! ago. tree.Out day. Saturday. FOR SAFETY, COMFORT AND ECONOMY RIDE j
c, 30c, etc. on up throughr But on June 9, 1041 It struck of town guests enjoyingthe Miss Madeline Crosby of Waldo I
Roosevelt Hall, of Tampa has
our home; the victim-our afternoon with Mr. and Mrs. spent the week-end here with her FLORIDA MOTOR LINE BUSSES '
been the guest for several daysof
example, If a person wants three-year-old granddaughter, Hamilton and Mr. and Mrs. Edwards parents. his brother Wilbert Hall and
tal note for $2.93. He spat Betty Jane Gilleon, who we will Included two of Mr. Ed- Seaman Donald Crews of, Illinois family. FOR COURTEOUS CORRECT INFORMATION
always remember an a real little wards' brothers, Henry and Shel
'order windowe is spending a few days with PLEASE PHONE 147
the money sunbeam In our home. don Edwards of Tampa, his son his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Rand Mrs. Until Sealey recently
will affix a OOc several in Miami visiting -
| the clerk Heartbroken" on June 17' and two nephews. Crews. spent days

(a 3o stamp to a $2 postal 1941 we laid her little body a- Everyone enjoyed the occasionand Cpl. Hershel Layfield of 'Val- relatives. UNION BUS STATIONLACY
: and exchange the note for way to rent wished Mr. and' Mrs. Edwards dosta, Ga., spent the week-end Mrs. George Williams and son
I, charging 5c for the service.o many other happy anni- with his family. Howell, Mrs. H. B. Wiggins. Mrs. CONWAY. Agent
| applications for the At that time there versaries. Ira Maxwell and Mrs. O. D. Gay
are no was
. Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Lewis and Temple Ave.
Siaser to fill out and no writ- one Iron lung In the Ala<-hua were shopping In Jack aonvilleThursday. a Starke Florida
BIRTHDAY DINNER In Starke business
family were on
|o be done by the cferk. The County Hospital and we hurried About 43 guests assembled at Saturday. '

aser I leaves the window, there only to find It already the home of :Mr. and Mrs. J. W. R. H. Brooker of Gainesville Mrs. Enile Norman of Plant .. .. ,. .. .. .. ,I .. I
$-s in the name of the payee occupied by another llt- Thomas Sunday to celebrate the City spent the week-end with her
ho note, detaches his" recordon tlo victim. birthdays of Mrs. Thomas and was visiting friends here Sunday. sister, Mrs. G. P Wadsworth, Sr. SERENITY :
which he records the This little boy had Improved Oscar Crosby of Starke. Dinner i Cpl. and Mrs. Hershel Layfield Misses Barbara and Martha t
's name, and mails the note.e HO that they could transfer him was served 0 u t -0' .doors and Miss Mandy' Matt and Pfc. J. R. Horne had as guests this week, e of surrounding, simplicity of cere*
be to Jacksonville Mott were shopping in Gainesville Misses Frances Colley of Starke
purchaser sure not a hospital everyone enjoyed the event. moray, modesty in the expense -Ihtse
etach anything but the rec- which had two Iron lungs, if I Saturday.Mr. and Ruth SIbley of Theressa. combined make a refined and reputable '
stub from the end of the remember right. Mr. and Mrs. Eldon Hardy spent and Mrs. L. A. Mints and Mr. and Mrs. John T. Blanton Service for all needs. )
i aa the next section is per- But by the time they" could the week-end in Enigma, Ga., and daughter, and Mr. and Mrs A.I left Thursday for their home In
led also but must remain with get our little grandbaby into Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hardy, Sr. B. Crosby and family of Jacksonville Tampa. Mrs. Dlanton. and daugh- Y
ote. He must also be very the lung she was so far gone and mother accompanied them were visiting Mr. and several have been spending *I
jful to keep his stub until the that death came In a very' few back.Mr. Mrs. L. R. Gainey Sunday. months at the home of
has/ received the money' as minutes. and Mrs. I. D. Stone of Mrs A. S. Crosby, and Mrs Mrs. Blanton's mother, Mrs. C. DEWITT C. JONES
office has no record what- The doctors and nurses did Tampa spent the week-end with Beulah Kelly of Starke are spend M. Dees, while Cpl. Blanton was
of the sale and if the stubst everything possible, bat they Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Dees. ing a few days with Mr. and in the army. He has receiveda AMBULANCE SERVICE
there Is no way to trace Just didn't have what they Pfc. J, R. Matt from Daytonais Mrs. C. A. Crosby medical discharge and will return "
iransaotion. These will needed when needed It here with his railroad work in .
notes they spending a furlough Everyone la cordially Invited to to "' Funeral Director
ached at any postoffice re- most. friends and relatives.Mr. Tampa.
pess of whether they Issued and Mrs. Bart Waters of I attend both morning and evening Mrs.' Percy E. Griffin of Jack- Phone 7STARKE3
or not, if, presented for I'm telling you this true storyIn Jacksonville are visiting relatives services at the ..Church of Christ sonville is spending some time 1
ent within two months. the hope that it will cause here this week. : Sunday. The services will be with Mr. and Mrs. Walter H. FLORIDA ,
la new postal note is designed 'our people to be* more liberal'in Friends of Mrs. R. E.!!: Hazen will : under the direction .of Bryan Lonely Griffin. '
[safe, convenient, and econom- the March of Dimes, drive be interested to know that she la : of Trenton. Leo Wiggins, 'USN, Mrs. 'Wig ." ..
way of sending through the and give as many dime' and -- v.- : ,'

amounts 'of money not ex- dollars as they possibly can J / ,
jlng $10. Simplified methods, spare. ;" t
Je and it When you think of Infantile '
accounting make 'I
jlble to handle the notes' at a paralysis as something far a-
rm fee of 5c. They will not way . Something" that can- : Wat\e matter withHaystack

|ace the conventional moneyfor not po8Hlbly'IItrlke YOUR lit r
larger. amounts. tle ones Just remember 1
. that's what we thought, 4
ST CHRISTIAN CIIURCII too four years ago.Sincerely I
OF STARItEr her ? Ai
Call and Christian Ste. Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Nettle" > t tj !
ev. W. Q. Smedley, Pastor
/ :
Irvlcea as follows: j \ \ \ _
ble. School each Sunday at i\'i\ \ '

.m. I _ _ _
ching and communion ser- BuyVal'\ Bonds :

at 11 a. m. and 7:30: p. m. I ,
layer meeting each Wednes- TODAY
fat 7:30: p. m. usl "

tor'a residence: Green Cove For} Future Needs Mxm '1:

nsrs. _______ ,
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ll CATTLE ______ f

are smart critters, aa any livestock man r

ISM THAT COUNT properly knows. They'll fertilized even! shpw you 'Whether your land is $ '

That cattle can give you the answer to this questionhas
-. been proved by an!experiment reported by Dr. Wm.A. .
Albrecht of the University of Missouri, which is
lustrated here. The cattle were turned loose in a n$5 FOR YOUR GOOD IDEAS!
in which there two stacks'of The
were hay.
grasses were
: .
Ideal and cfol tool
>p or gadgets which haw helped
the same species; the curing was the same; they looked you In your farm or ranch work can he'p' oftwra. w. THE EDITOR'S COLUMN
and smelled the same. But the cattle ate one stack and win pay you $5 for such one you Mnd in which w. .
ra> never touched the other. publlih" on Mil. page.Add,...Agricultural' Good Idea So many important things are
u The hay from the stacks was analyzed in a Jaboratory.Idltor, SwIft & Company,Chicago 9,Illlnol' w.can- V happening in the livestock and
.s".w Then it was discovered that the stack the cattle likedcontained not return_..d "lUmi-lorry, L,.. meat business: that it is difficult
much more calcium and phorus-two fort n editor to decide which to ,
minerals cattle must have for good health. The good about and which to leave "
..vH hay came from soil that had been treated with lime and out. \
ce Ij phosphate. .the poor hay from untreated land. _ _
) w ;
Minerals essential to both human and animal health f' : "! , : -. .. -
: v 2l. come from the soil are absorbed intoplants and so get ,s.. .=,1 !bt. Few people realize how much beef, pork,lamb and ,
: into the bodies of animals. Human 'of w't ;
grazing beings ,
: -l.; foods 'jw"fl': veal must be set aside by meat packers operating
their 'of minerals from ii
course, get supply plant <'t., under federal inspection for the armed forces and :
like fruits, vegetables and cereals, and from foods of ::- Lend-Lease. As of January 7, 1945 60% of all ,
animal origin like meats, fish and eggs. utility steers heifers, and cows are net!' aside for '
> Better soil produces better food, better livestock and ,') t ; the government canning program. The govern
healthier people. ment will continue to call for 60% of the choice,
t t t good and commercial steer and heifer beef car-
y caries, excepting extremely light weights; also
,.tk+ i l 80% of the cutter and canner beef. Of the total
pork meat produced, excluding lard, approximately .
SO I HA I BILL SEZ. OlIUNl Cushing 50% has to be set aside. Government priorities -
*, Olel of the Future Formers of America I on "Good" and "Choice" lambs have averaged -
It T t; That hens that cackle the loudest are often AM freed and instructor, Dick Fisher (/eft). from 40 to 60% of the suitable lambs.L..rri-
is the extra yield and quality that count r better at lying than laying. onty 'orders also apply to approximately .00,0

inc'ome from That he makes IIV,."', but "', hit familythat the "Choice," "Good" and 'Commercial" veal
when add the your produced within specifications.Of .
you up makes livin' worth wn//e./ WHAT DO YOU KNOW! ,
course such regulations) are in
farm at the end of the year. In many cases, order to insure the proper conduct and winning of
1. Corn is in how
grown many the war. Nevertheless, producers and consumers
a small investment for an additional appli states in the United States? should know of these regulations as a explanation -
"The pig that DdY is the "extra"one that liven in an average 36 12 48 29 ()why they are" having di partial getting K
cation of potash makes that extra yield litter. Baby pig death losses of from 30 to 60 per cent are far 2. Two of the thousands of domestic the supplies of beef, lamb, pork and veal
too high. Tliey can be greatly reduced. animals 'originated in the which: they want.Cleanliness .
and Increased supplies of potashnow is the first rule of profitable hog raising. Dirt Americas. Which two?
quality. breeds disease and parasites, so it pays to move young pigs to Beef Cattle Turkey. Llamas /:J). S./unr L son
make the of phosphate- clean pastures and to keep them; away from old pens and yards. Thoroughbred Ilories=
possible use Old dry bedding has been known to start dust-pneumonia. 3. What is the average distance Agrkulfuralllenearch Department
Cholera and erysipelas can be prevented by early vaccination, meat must be transported to got
potash mixtures top-dressing legumesand and transfer of diseases from newly purchased hogs can be conIt from producer to consumer?

mixturesfor .trolled by a period of isolation. 530 3000 1050 250 miles
pastures and nitrogen-potash Observe common-sense rules and your pigs will live and grow.

other Feed them well and when your hogs are ready, you'll get your
side-dressing cotton, corn, and "profit" from the extra ones raised in each litter
Jlat a .2'0J7Q'.J teciieeaa

crops! Consult your official agricultural BUY WAR BONDS #' CEORGE WASHINGTON CHERRY PIE (:jU 1

advisers on what mixtures to apply to

Make pastry using Swift's Bland Lard for shortening to insure
crops on your particular soils. Apply these flakineM. Ron out and line ona-incb-deep pie pan.
The filling ill made as follow: 3 cups canned cherries; 1 cup
plant the amounts recommended. f sugar; 2 thsp. flour or corn starch; 1 tbep. butter. Combine t '
'" cherries and dry ingredients and till pie level. Cover with
as pastry-full crust or lattice of (trip*. lake at 425f'". for 10
..minutes, then at 350F. for 35 minutes longer. Motion pictures for farm meeting
"Livestock and Meat "A Nation's
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CHICAGO 9 aoundprojectors.WritetoSwift&i'omSwift -
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Dinner Party For Hayden-Bell Mrs. Adkins Hostess business man and exceedingly 2$?' recently on the
I ia SOCIETY and CLUBS generous to the needy, of Bradford Island.

'i{ Young HonoreesMr. Miss Charla Jean Bell, daughter To U.D.C. MembersThe County He was such a Refreshment were

,r of Mr. and Mrs. Charley Bell favorite here that he was electedat fet style from
the iungln
and Mrs Junius' M. Smith W. T, Weeks Chapter U different times to the office
of Miss and room table
a ? Red Cross Group Miss Eloise Johns entertained at a supper and the- David Hattlesburg R Hayden, Jr., son of S-Sgt.Mr. D. C., met Wednesday afternoon of State senator and' represen- with an exquisite which white was .
atre party for their daughter, at the home of Judge and Mrs tative, and Tax Assessor and In em
Attends Luncheon Becomes and Mrs. D. R. Hayden, Sr., of ered cloth, which js
A. Z. Adkins withMrs.. Adkins
Joan and Marian ?
Carpenter, I 1885 he was a delegate to the
Mo. married at heirloom. The .
Palmyra were
Of C. P. CowenMiss and Miss Olive co-host- was came
A luncheon was served to Red Brown, 'at their home Thursday 6:30: o'clock Saturday afternoonby Ray as state constitutional convention.He bv a large bowl of >
of last week. Places were essa. Attractively arranged In rOSe '
night moved from Providence to
Workers at the
Cross of the Rev. W. J. Churchwell at camellias, which
p Eloise Johns daughter was
laid for ten guests and gladioliwere the living room and dining room balanced] -
USO Club on Tuesday at 12:30: his home. Starke 1889 having previously red 'candles in
Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Johns of New silver
in for this were white narcissi and rose-col- holden,
used decorating
o'clock. Mrs. Junius Smith, ChaIr- been elected Clerk of the Circuit Madge Middleton >**
River, became the bride of Char- They were attended by S-Sgt. poured
occasion. Silver candles added to ored camejllas.
Services for Court, which position he held for
Volunteer ,
man of lie P. Cowen. petty officer 1st the of the and Mrs. I.. O. Gullickson. The The president Miss Madge MId- the grueqts! enjoyed a varleV1sandwlfchei.'Trutt
charm room.
reviewed the ac- 42 years. Col. Weeks died April
Bradford County "
class, U. S. Navy In a ceremony bride's parents were present for cake ?
dleton, presided the business and
complishments of the Red Cross Places were laid for Janet An- 19, 1933, at the honored and ripe nuts. tout< "
performed at the home of her par- the ceremony.
The work of Dlnklns. Anne' Wilt I session; Mra. Annie Lou old of 93:
1942. derson Joan ,
since .
Chapter age years. '
ents last Friday afternoon at Mrs. Hayden wore for her wed- Godwin acted as secretary and Present at this interesting )'
the Production Corps was discussed Henry Manassa, Jr. B. C. Holtzen- III'
"There are five grandsons of '
5:30: o'clock.Tall ding, a purple vel veteen dress Mrs. Marcus F, Brown as treasurer Ing were: Mrs. L. F.
fully and plans were madeto dorf, Joe Monteith, Billy Mile Col. Weeks who are following In Chapmta
with all black accessories and : the State
multi- Farm
baskets filled with Mrs. L. A. Davis took the Mrs. 0, ,
keep the Production RoomsIn and Marcus Clayton to be.. with his j a
patriotic footsteps, by serving
colored gladioli were used In her corsage was of white car- Defense Donation, which will be fin of St. Augustine, Mrs,
Home on and Maria. After a ti
the Legion open Joan supper
Uncle Sam In World War II.
decorating the home for this :. nations. used to help buy another bond for Roberts and Mrs. Hal
Wednesday, Thursdayand the attended the E.dll\ l
Tuesday, of each, pretty event, and the arch, where young people Sg,. and Mrs. Hayden are stay- the Chapter. They are Major Harold C Wall, of Lawtey, Mrs. O. L, Beas
Friday afternoons stoodto theatre. ing for the present at the Mag- who serves the Army In St. Au- Mrs. M. F- Brown !
week. A of Interested volunteers the bride and bridegroom Mra. George -W. Roberts read a Mrs E.!
offered group their suggestions I' take their vows, was made. -of nolia Hotel.Woman's. report from Mrs. Mar l Ion D. gustine; MaJ. James William Biggs. Mrs. ,L. A. Davis, It
white gladioli. The Baptist'R s Brownlee, who serves the Armyas May Dickens, Mrs. O.
and the various Corps of Red bamboo and Walker, First vie e-president of L. Ha '
ceremony was performed by the Hosts To Mothers Club Florida Division; This report gavean a dentist at Camp Blending; Mra. Frank Wilson, Mrs, Ar.
Cross discussed in detail. John Milton
were Capt. Brownlee whois
Rev. Fred Dodd of Keystone account of the Regional U. Godwin Mrs. J. ]n. B '
Plans laid for this to be- To Elect OfficersThe serving with the U. S. Army In lee
l were Heights.The The Royal Ambassadors of the D. C. Convention held In Atlantathe Mra. Jos. E. Wilson v
come a monthly luncheon, in anN attractlce brunette bride Baptist Church under the supervision past month. The president Germany; Sgt. W. T. Weeks, who Madge Middleton, Mrs. V.
effort to better the organization wore a wedding gown of white of their director, Mrs. Woman's Club will meet appointed the following committee is at present in Italy; MaJ. S. T. Adkins and Miss Olive Ray.
afternoon Feb. 14 at
Wednesday Dell, who is with our Army in
Volunteer This lunch- satin with lace jacket. Her veil Clyde Priest, entertained their
of Services. .o'clock in the Club building. on Public Relations: Mrs O. Hawaii. Also
a giand-son-in-law, Mra. S. S.
eon will be served the first TUesday of sheer illusion was caught'with' Mothers at a party and programlast Annual reports will be given and L. Beasley, Mrs. G. W. Roberts Technician Earl Johnson, who Is W. S. Stroman Dowllng: and Jt!
of each month. All Volunteer orange blossoms and she carrieda Wednesday eve nlng. The had as Iui,
and Mrs. L.
officers elected for the 'new club O. Haynes. Tentative in the Air Corps in Oklahoma; .Monday Mrs.
are welcome and reserva- bridal bouquet of white'carna- subject of the program was "Cuba, >. plans were made for District U. James Godbold.5
tions. She was given In mar- our Neighbor". Levy Canova, year.Hostesses and a grand-nephew by marriage, and son, James Godbold Jr
tion may be made by either phon- P/
C. Convention In to beheld "
Mrs. April
are: L. A. Can- Corp., A. E. Wall, who is serving Is Gunner's Mate
her father Jr. and Edwin Marshal two 2-c in the
ing Mrs. Smith at 140-J or Chapter riage by gave Starke. U)
Mrs L. H. Mrs
ova Jennings,
his country faith fully In the Navy,. of Jacksonville.
I Headquarters phone 35. Miss! Cozette Sapp, maid of piano selections.At Jeanette C. Young, Mrs. F. F. As the Itth! of this month Is

' honor, wore a gown of yellow the 'end of the program the Stump, Mrs. T. H. Osborne, Mrs!! the: birthday anniversary of Col. -
:_1',1':1"1,11: 'I'I' ,...I' -.:. crepe and her flowers were pink boys served coffee and pie to A. E. McKinney and Mrs. J. M. W. T. Weeks, for whom the localU.

r' carnations. Bride smaids were their mother. Mitchell. D. C. Chapter was named; Miss
: Miss Ann Colman of Lake Butler, Olive Ray read the following:
.- who wore pink satin, and Mrs. I -'-- "We honor Col._ Weeks n_ n not. only c\ 1 !
C C. A. Johns, Jr., also of Lake for his war record but for his 'b

. Butler, who wore blue rayon taf fine life as a civilian; he was a.

feta. Both wore corsages of r devoted husband and father, a 6.. -

variegated camellias. sincere Christian, a prosperous ; If .
The flower girl, little Louise I' I !

Johns, sister of the bride, wore n at#,._ co nt rib u tin g th e" !o howl ng bit
a long white 'satin dress. Little of poesy sent to her In a recent
Fred Johns, ,the bride's brother, Can .you' get w.ed'to groping don'tnore' people attend basket- letter from a friend In Tennessee J -

carried the ring on a white satin your way along 'Call...'Street in ball games In Starke? . Can't . Hope It settles the "you 'all"

pillow. He wore a sailor suit ,In the "brown-out" 'r -' Well, Burns' birthday) developed into controversy once and for all ,
keeping with the uniforms' worn neither can I,, ". ; 'Overnight the 'be the fault of the team, for the
Starke'sfinest by the bridegroom and his best : old "white way".'shed Its glamour boys have rolled up a record In "YOU ALL"

i The just like we girls do' when we basketball almost aa good as their Come all of you from other parts \

IA( man.Ushers were R. J. Turner and wipe the makeup off and put our football showing . Attendanceat Both city folks and rural, '

Wilbur Turner and Mr. Cowen hair up In curl 'paper before home games has been so poor, And listen 'while I tell you this: ,
restaurant B had as his best man EUsworth going to bed . It'll take time however, that'Coach Hobbs la seri- The word "you-all" la plural.

Falk, SK 3-c, of the Jacksonville to get,used to being without those ously considering scheduling more l\
and bar Naval Air Station. glaring neon signs, but 'at least games out-of-town because gate When we say "you-all" come down

Mrs. Johns, the bride's mother, we can be thankful we're "brown- receipts are. better at Baldwin, Or "we-all" shall be lonely

tI wore a grey wool suit and her ed-out" merely to save fuel and Lake Butler, Hawthorne, etc We mean a dozen folks, perhaps.
corsage was of white camellias not because we're expecting an What ho Call Street! . Doesn't And not,one person only. -

enemy air raid . that make you hide your face in -
J t A Mrs. Florence Graves of Gaines- It I should say to Hiram 'Jones,
ville played ."Moonlight and for Instance, "you-all's'lazy",
Roses" and "I Love You 'Truly" Tbings I keep hearing about the Or, '"Will you-all lend me yourknife"

..... and Mendelssohn's wedding march first aid Instructor's course last Interesting letter' this week from ? Even the most Is
week make me I didn't at- that old Callstreeter and Tornado particular customer pleased
sorry ,
t .t; was used as a recessional. He'd think that I was crazy. "
LOBSTER Immediately following the cere- tend--as all of us should have luminary, J. E; Denmark, now at when' he inspects' his ,shirts after: laundering

done . Seems 'twas quite an the Navy's am phi b Iou s base, Now, If you'd be more sociable -In our plant. They' have a certain neatness -
] SHRIMP M mony, guests remained for a reception well Instructive Bradford Va. And! with often -
amusing, as as Camp receiving a us mingle '
that 'can't be in the home
u of duplicated
and refreshments gathering, with the teacher sandwiching little last minute training before You'd find that in the native ,
punch and cake were served by bits of humor 'laundry. Let us do 'your favorite shirts.
"'CS: CHICKENS ', rare Into boarding an L.S.T. and thence )into tongue
8 Mrs. Kenneth Turner and Mrs. his lessons to make them practi- the Pacific ; Says that unfortunately You-allj' la never single.Don't You will be well satisfied.

..... Reddish Andrews. The bride'scake cally painless . Then too, the he' 'had a head cold
was beautifully, decorated "students"' brought refreshmentsevery the morning tI ey went out for think I mean to criticize
tl "'CS and topped with a in 1 tn.1 ature Or'act aa If I knew all .
: '' ; I :
# night and the last session ga drill In a "eped-ott-area that
i B sailor and''bride. ((which happened to fall on Bees was filled with smoke (Just to But-when we speak of one alone,1\ ,' STARKE DRY, CLEANERSPHONE

\) After 'remaining with their an Impromptu feast with turkey make things' more' confusing) be- We-all say "you" like youall.So .

i ..bIo guests a short while, Mr and Mrs. salad sandwiches cake, some of fore tear gas was released . 4
xl Cowen left for a brief wedding Rosa Cook's famous divinity and They were instructed not to don long ... See you-all In the- and LAUNDRY ,
i' tripito:33uyer) : ': ; Springs. Mrs. other choice tidbits . Incidentally their masks until they actually next . 28 STAFLEFFECTIVE f

Cowen chose for her traveling suit part of the instructions were smelled gas, so that put J. E. -carolyn.

l+ 1> try 'O a light blue, wool outfit with to "come in work clothes" and In a tough spot, what with his
01m which,, she,wore''black, accessories. "Cook" appeared nightly In a smeller being on the blink . .

ll '' '3 our Mrs. Cowen will resume her most becoming red and white As he tells it: "} continued walking .

a, 'd duties as primary teacher in the slack suit, bought 'specially for around in the smoke so non-

t 1'' ,deliciouslobster New River School and Mr. Cowen the occasion ,ti>. chalantly when'all of a sudden I
Is stationed at the Jacksonville was aware of gas! Putting on my

4 O Naval Air Station. I I Glimpsed at the basketball game mask required no time at all, butI

t4 Saturday night: Patsy an' Vernon forgot to clear my mask of
? ,t wIttp FEB. i
Ladies Auxiliary. Silcox* > t Hugh (Camp Claiborne the gas already Inside. Couldn't
) 'an' Betty Ingram . breathe, so I tried an old BHS
The Ladles Auxiliary of the Monk Dinkins J1.. Grace Osborne Tornado qua rt e r b a c k sneak.

Presbyterian Church wil hold It's selling tickets-but not nearly Others had the same Idea and

regular meeting at the Church enough tickets!I. Which bringsme we ran together in the smoke and NINETEEN IIRIIEI
Center, Tuesday afte r n o o n at around to the $64 questionnow ga9. Finally Jumped the I fence
3:30: puzzling Coach Hobbs: Why where the fresh oxygen was wel-

comed soon,! .Haven't. and cried not a so minutetoo much UNCLE SAM HAS ORDERED A CURTAILMENT I

since I was a baby." . His ad-

A four-leaf,, cloverfor dress Crew Is 4836: J., L.S.T.E. Denmark, Camp, S Brad-2-c, IN CERTAIN TYPES OF LIGHTING !

luck. An Accident Insurance ford, Va. . .
policy for protection. Sorry to hear that Julian PeekIs "

hospitalized in Italy . Severe THERE IS NO ELECTRIC
Charley E. Johns case of frozen feet . C. H. LQ
(Hux) Coulter l ex-Callstreeter
AgencyPhone has been promoted to Fla.. State _

13 STARKE, FLA. Forester and Park Executive effective TO CONSERVE FUEL. SPECIFICALLY THE
325 Temple Avenue March 1 . Recommended rN_ ,

Rerweeentlno THE TRAVELERS Hartford to snack, snitchers: the goose ,ORDER PROHIBITS USE OF ELECTRICITY FOR-
liver sandwiches at the White

House (Eddie Davis) eat shop 1 .Outdoor advertising and outdoor promotional lighting.
. In the
Mailbag: Card from
display lighting except where Decenary lot
the Harold Gaynors (once of Call conduct of btuineu of outdoor eitabliehment*.

Street, now of 39 Division St., 9.Outdoor decorative and outdoor ornamental lighting.
PHONE I* Danbury, Conn.) announcing the
CORNER JACKSON a CHERRY ITS.I 4-Show window righting except when _.ucuy 1M(
I jet, arrival of a son, Lanny Michael Interior illumination.

.. . Hear gifted pianist Louise S.Marquee lighting in excel*01! 60 watt for each mar
Stern made quite a pleasing pic- ea... '
+t STARKE ICE COMPANY ture at her Jax'vllle recital Sunday
I i,WhIt.
or9, way etreet lighting in .xc_ el the amount
'' COLCMAN & EDWARD. OWNBNS afternoon in a beige crepe d.t.rmIn.d by local public authority to be neceuary
1 , afternoon frock highlighted with tot public safety.
it t' STARKE, FLA. pink and blue plastic roses . 7.Outdoor sign lighting except IonDirectional
Hear Harry an' Hilda Houston or identification sign required for Bra
and Charles an' Virginia Darby and police protection, traffic control transportation
k will rush the terminal or hospital
summer season by
The Starke Ice 'Company is now operating under new moving to their Santa Fe Lake Directional than 60 watts or l per identification establishment sign 1 lor* taring doctor not and more lot

management and we exp'ect to simplify our book work ,and places the first of March , it hotels. and oth.r public lodging establishments.

F avoid the While this F.d.ral conservation order provide severe
necessity of"booking
charge accounts. Spotted an' jotted: Loma Bon- penalties for violation Including the discontinuance elviolators'
ham at the USO Coca Cola party electric service upon order from the War Pro-
We have ice books for your convenience that can be Saturday morning, thoroughly en- auction Board we are sure that all electric ue r*will voluntarily
L tc Joying what she ) comply with this war-winning measure.Though .
purchased from the drivers claimed to be p aS1tt *
at any time. her "first morning party" . attb lb. order doe* not become mandatory untilFebruary !
I. w. urge electric user* to take immediate
Please advise our truck drivers helping Judge the C hsttfibls t0(;OO' stepe to comply with It* provision* a* soon a*) possible.
the kind of book shell craft exhibit at the "big" Epolt l1o t In the Interest of fuel conservation.
that you will want for USO Sunday afternoon E rol) )
r your purchases. and then { % We will be glad to assist you in every way'to comply
; + making a hasty exit before the with 'the order. Copie* ol the order can be obtained at

ii We appreciate your patronage and will endeavor to contestants came back In . OpytpOA a etur office*
i The water color painting of Joe '
give you prompt service. Edwards in swimming trunks, E t

part of the G.I. art exhibit . Hrr\

That shiny Model T. sedan, discovered FLORIDA yon Hrrm GOT COUP.-1

., and brought to town by .1 I ,.
'a .
Bill Alvarez f: Looks as if It'd HOOT(town?

R. V. Coleman Mgr. been wrapped up In tissue paper ..11
a.l: all these years . The W. B.
Sewells proudly plucking the first 1I

pansies of an early season s .
,.. I I i l lI
Thanks to Mara Mae Knight I t

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rBITS of LOCAL NEWS Recently Wed Methodist Circles with Mrs. R. A. Newsome, the taken from Acts and the subjectof JWDI I = i :

Hear Lenten Talk first Tuesday in the month at 3 the program was "The Gos-
p. m. All members are urged to' pel of the Holy Spirit."

be present for these meetings.Mrs. The program was followed bya u1'I ,
M. Davis Judge and Circle One of the Woman's {
Mrs. Adklna
and Mrs. Ellery A. Z. Alvarez, assisted by her short business meeting. Taking I '
made were In Ocala p'Y Society of Christian Service of SUPPOSITORIES
A. W Anderson yesterday attending a aI
Mrs. two daughters served delicious part on the program were Mrs.
Jacksonville onMay. the State the Methodist church was entertained :I bleS i
|slness trip to Judges Meeting- ginger cake:: with whipped cream Torres, Mrs L. H. Jennings and nit' :.. ub
Monday afternoon by Mrs. ,
Miss Emily Bregger of Belle nuts and coffee. The valentine 1 Mrs. Lex Green Mrs Allie Chia- h rfedtS
W, Redgrave has aaIt Glade, Miss W. B. Cottrell, at the home of I, I
|rs. A. Catherine Nollman, I motif was carried out In decora- holm was welcomed as a new I e e
IS her slater, Miss Bessie Ed- Misses Ida Lou and Marjorie 1 I Mrs. W B. Sewell. tions. member ..._.
j ot Petersburg Va., and al- Davis were RevT"W" I I I IrritiliM .f l I..I'eill
!ds guests of Mr. and The pastor, the J. -- During the social hour which
er cousin Mrs... all.'t.y.' : .ofnngton Mrs. R. J. Davis during the period Churchwell opened the meeting The Business Woman's Circle followed the meeting, the mem-
Del. between F.S.C.W semE'sters.MIa" tit 1 ,r I with prayer and gave a talk concerning held it's regular meeting with bers sewed on refugee clothing Id.won..I.for find rallcvlnit HO8B!! minor BUD BuppoiltorlM Irritation ot
T. Ritch of Avon.Jftark.) :was Lola Belcha, daughter: of Lenten Season, which begins Mrs. Frank Landrum at her home, for the Red Cross. The collection .... Vcclim. burning MniMlon font-
i for the week-end visiting Mr and Mrs. T. J. Belcha, has Feb. 14 and continues until Monday evening. Mrs. Charles I at this meeting was $25. man unnatural to th..a dlocham.1Ie! In wnntl, th..h..llmtn.tIna ,. pro--

[mother, Mrs. Carrie Rltch. been pledged to the Alpha Dex-' Easter, April 1. The offering Torres, Co-chairman of the circle At the clone of the sewing mntln dolUhtful* nitturo'v aid to normal tomlnlno function'"v.I.. ....A.
.ivaa accompanied home by his' toma Sorority at Stetson University during this season will be used was in charge of the program.She period. Mrs. Landrum served a
i who had spent a week here in DeLand. for World Service. led the devotional which waa light buffet supper to her guests. KOCH DRUG STORE

ling her parents' Mr. and Mrs. i Mrs. Charles Moltt visited rel- The devotional service was con-
Mrs. Carrie -- -- - -- I
d Green, and ; ducted Mrs. Churchwell
aUvea and friends In Jacksonville by who i
h I, last week-end. While there she based her talk on the 14th chapter -

I also visited her sister-in-law, Mrs. of St. John. The circle leader,
C. P. Tlson, who is I Mrs. Sewell, conducted the business -
a patient In
NOTICEThe St. Luke's Hospital. Friends will i4 session. BIG SALE !
be glad to know Mrs. Tison Is Im The treasurer, Mrs. Titus Olson,
proving. stated that at this meeting the .

Mrs. B. L. Wa.rlof Paducah, collection for flowers for the
NGING CONVENTION Ky., Is. church amoun ted to $7.00; for
visiting her sister, Mrs.
ILL CONDUCT A SING W. T. Clute. :- r _. .'," ._ .. Chinese Relief, $4.60; for :Miss ON 1.1
At Mrs. Effie Johns had as Sunday Mac NIcols, $5.00; and for local
)PE BAPTIST CHURCH guests Rev. and Mrs.V.. G. Smed- Of Interest to their many work $5.00. Mrs. J. R. Wainwright t

THERESSA, FLA. ley of Green Cove Springs.Lt. friends here Is the above photo- reported that she had put Kitchen CabinetsNICE I

unday, Feb. 18, 2 p.. m. Nathan Goldstein of Tampa graph of Lt. and Mrs. Clarence flowers in the church during the
EVERYBODY spent the week-end with Mr. and ,Joseph Devlin whose marriage month of January. h4,1; I
INVITED I, Mrs. I. Leclu and Miss Madelyn was an event of December In ,AUgusta Mrs. M. W. Cressler gave a "
Lecln. Ga. Mrs. Devlin was informer ) '& most interesting review from the LARGE t /
ROOMY: , ; I t
Miss Prances Opperman World Outlook the subject being
I- - ---I of Starke. She and Lt. Devlinare missionary work among the In- STORAGE DRAWEKS !

USE MORE PULPWOODWRITE now at home at 936 Hickman dians in Oklahoma.The (
Road, Augusta, Ga. hostess, assisted by Mrs., ? .
TIMBER DEPARTMENT Sewell, Mrs. Wainwright and Mrs., $49.50 to t $54.50 i 1
CONTAINER CORPORATION OF AMERICA Mr. and Mrs. O. H. Bennett Sanford Rltch served hot tea,, ;

FERNANDINA, FLA.HEAR were surprised by a visit last chicken sand wlches, chocolate
week from their son, Pvt. Stanley cake and candled ginger to the f
Bennett. Pvt. Bennett was 20 members present. 7 & 9 PIECE WALNUT I
wounded In France last September Circle Two s J i
and transferred to Staten Island 'h '
Circle Two was entertained by DINING :
N. Y., Hospital. On Jan- ROOM
Mrs. T. J. Griffin at her homeon
*. uary 21 he was sent to Welch 'II'
N. Cherry St., where Spring
Convalescent Hospital In Daytona flowers and potted plants were (
Dr. Parley ZarlmannDISCUSS Beach and he was able to spend used for decorations. SUITS .

a week-end here with his family; The meeting was opened :with \

Robert Green was In Jackson- prayer by Mrs.i\ A. Wood, who On Sale :
ville on business Monday also led In the devotional service.
Mrs. Jimmie McMillan and Mrs. Mrs. A. F. Sauls circle leader, At A Big Saving 4

"V-Day For Isaiah BIllie Ross were attending: to conducted the business session; k
business In Gainesville Tuesday and arrangement were made for
SOFA BEDS WITH SPRINGS ,. $89.50 to $109.50
and for Me
Mrs. Emma Mangum of stone- putUng flowers in the church dur-

wall Ark., spent last week with ing the month of February. The
her brother and sister-in-law, Sgt. treasurer stated that at this meet- See Our Bed Room & Living Room Suits On Display
[STARKE. PRESBYTERIAN ,CHURCH and Mrs. J. M. Davis. Ing the sum of $2925 had been

SUNDAY -11 A. M. Mrs. W. B. Mundy, Jr., was In paid on dues and $9.45 on local IT'S A FACT YOU CAN DO BETTER AT

St. Augustine visiting and .shop work.The
? pastor also visited this

ping Tuesday. circle and after offering a prayer, John H. Denmark Furniture Co.
Priest and
Mr. and Mrs. Clyde talked on the subject of the coming -
family spent Sunday visiting Mrs. I, Lenten Season and stated that PHONE'151
Priest's mother, Mrs. J. W. Mc- the offering in the boxes given STARKE FLA.

Intosh in Willlston. out would be used for World Ser-
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Durshlmer WE BUY GOOD USED FURNITURE 1

and family spent the weekendIn vice.Mrs.. W. G. Halle, chairman of .. ,-- 1i

T. Brooksvllle. program, presented Mrs. W. E. .
t1 IBtsvnaer Mrs. O. J. Griffin of St. Au- Middleton, president of the so- '.. .
gustine Is spending the weekend ciety, who reviewed an article about -
with her daughter, Mrs. E. L. Indians who were converted

.,: Biggs. ' from.paganlsnl9; worshipingChrist. -
Mr. and Mrs.: 'V. S. St. John .' n
.. and family have as guests this Mrs. Griffin, ,.assisted by her
SEE THE DISPLAY week their son, AO1I 3-c StephenD. sister Miss Annie Darby, Mrs.
1 St. John of Atlantic City, New L. P, Smith and Mrs. Bill Bag-
OF Jersey; Mrs. St. Johns' nephew, gett, served hot,tea, sandwichesand
Eugene Bouton of New Canaan, cookies to the 20.guests pres- OPEN

Conn.; and their son-in-law and

ofove daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Dominic ent.Miss '
tit \ ilfJ Chrlstlano, of Darlen, Conn. Louise Stern Our New Eat Shop Featuring

f Mrs. Martin Struth and daughter -
; Betty have arrived from Heard In RecitalMiss
to make 'their home
IN OUR STORE Pensacola : Louise Stern, tale nted
with Mrs. W. II. Strut and Miss
young daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
ALSO OUR FINE SELECTIONOF Kate Struth. W. A. Stern of Starke, was heardIn ,
O. L. Beasley was in
Mrs. Da
recital at the Jacksonville Col-
VALENTINESCARPENTER'S last week visiting her
lege of Music Sunday afternoon at -
mother, Mrs. A. C. Duren. .
3:30 o'clock.Miss .*
Mrs. R. G. Kldd, Sr., and Miss
Stern was presented by
of Richmond. Va.,
Virginia Mayo Agnes Green Bishop, with whom
Mrs. R. O. Kidd, Jr.,
are visiting she has studied for the past four
and other relatives here for an years, in a group of classical .I... .- .. ;
extended stay. numbers. She Is'a sincere'young ..-.. "' ?;i'-'"'' I' .,
Mrs. Eleanor Cone of Atlanta, ..,.\ ;
musician who has applied herself : ....... 'I'I.r
Ga., was In Starke this week to ( _V'"
diligently and has a natural aptitude -
X/u, ca& Store confer with chairmen of the Red for her chosen Instrument. '; 'Ji!! i "
Cross War Fund Drive. .;
Among those attending the recital :
PHONE 64, -:- STARIE, FLA. Mrs. Doty Miller was shoppingIn from Starke were Mr., and ,10;' /' t.. :;'f ,>, ',;", I )
Jacksonville Wednesday.Mrs. > .. !
", :i. P'- "" .
Mrs. Stern, Mrs. C. F. Ward, Milts Af"" ) (
--of Hubbard of Texas
June Jean Davis Miss Dorothy Swan- l'O. . 'r <<;0 i.'
and A. F. Murrhee were in .. w h ,dl
bom and Alias Luclla Mitchell. .. r I Ito
Gainesville Tuesday afternoon.Mr. 4.... -
/ I
and Mrs. Aubrey Mercer I
OPEN FOR Circles
and family have recently moved Baptist

from Starke to High Springs.Air Met This Week t..
Cadet William S. Colson

of Boca Raton Air Field near Circle Two of the First Baptist Kosher Meats Tempting Cold Cuts
Miami spent a three-day leave Church mete' Tuesday after-
CONW AT'S this week with his parents, Dr. noon with Mrs. Ralph Alvarez. I

and Mrs. Lemuel Colson. Mrs. H. A. Lawson led the

Mrs. H. M. Lang of Jackson- devotional, taken from the 66th Corned Beef ASSORTED PLATES
ville .is spending several days this Psalm, followed by a reading "If INCLUDING
Service StationUNDER sister, Mrs. Ralph fr r' ,
week with her we only understood", and prayerby ill
Alvarez. the leader, Mr. W. B. Alex-: Pepper Beef
Pvt., J., B. Sllcox of Camp ander. Potato salad
Swift, Texas Is! spending a fur- Three very interesting articles
lough with relatives in Starke. Tongue
"Home Misslona"by
MANAGEMENT were given on
N.., Sternberg is spending several Mrs. Proctor Reports were ham, beef pork

days at Daytona Beach with given by the Secretary, Mrs. E.
Maj. and Mrs. Sam Sternbergand Lawson and Treasurer Mrs. R. Salami '
Washing Polishing children who are there from A. Newsome. The collection for cheese lettuce, '
Ga., for a short vacation.
Albany the afternoon waa 1025. The
Oil Changing left 0 Goose LiverSandwiches
Lt. Hugh Ingram yesterday personal service' for the monthIs
Greasing {Waxing for'his new station in Newark, N. to keep all Teachers Quarterlies t POTATO, mayonnais.e. :
J., after spending a 10 day leave "
Sunday School Quarterliesand
to Tire Repairs and pickles "T
here with. his mother, Mrs. Carrie other literature for the colored made from .c.
And Other Complete Services Ingram. He was accompaniedby people. SALAD '
r-, his wife Lt. Ingram was- recently -I The March meeting will be held these delicious meats
transferred from Camp

AMOCOItIDE Claiborne, La. I Mrs. H. A. Bishop and Mrs. with pumpernickle MADE
Mrs. L., D. Vlnlng went to At- Wo. Powell w.revisiting In
Ga., the first of the weekto HOURLY
lanta, Green Cove Springs Sunday.
visit her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. R. H. Boree returned, to'ber and French breads.

-AS .OIL GREASE W L. Joiner. home here last week after SUPERB COFFEE
Bishop Arthur J. Moore was spending several months with her 1

In Gainesville Wednesday after- husband, Pvt. Boree, at Camp

noon and evening and spoke on ,Campbell, Guthrie, Ky. DAVIS
.: the "Crusade for Christ". Attending -
from the local church ,
Busses were : Rev. and Mrs. W. J. ATFIRSr '
Florida Motor Lines
"ON OF A .'D
Churchwell, Mr. and Mrs. Fred

For Safety Guy Mr. and lira. O. S. New- 0'" 'DONUT & SANDWICH SHOPEDDIE
comb, Judge and Mrs. E. K.
Mrs. W. E. Middleton C
Perryman. uso:666
Comfort & Economy
Mr. and Mrs. Sanford Ritch Mr. DAVIS, MANAGERIA"

and Mrs. W., L. Blair, and Mrs. . . . ..- ..
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FACE SIX 9. 19u,
1 Mrs. J. L. Peek of Starke is a (OFFICIAL SEAL) AjT"*
'other children that were there ran
As Clerk
Junior Red Cross Court Htt.
member of an infantry replace- l

and the happiness you that enabled IEI2VJCIE! e f) I2 I IE ment crew in Italy and writes his T..AttT.Frank for Plf.LAndrum, Starke' rbr

t Receives Thanks these children to have day I mother that "it is very very fine/ *" II M'//1
to see.
was a great pleasure IN CIRCUIT
: For Christmas Boxes Red canteen COURT
to go to the Cross /'
am sorry there is not much we COENTY FLORII.DI 1VllgAKh/
\ and get a good old American
!' The first of the letters ac can do In return during the pre Frank demo Plaintiff
and Serno, '
ent time but thanking you Def..nd.nt. Case I
knowledging the receipt of Christmas FLYING FORTRESSESPfc. PROUD OF TORNADOES RETURNS TO STATESS. yoliar
FOR Peek recently accepted a de. (
the Junior Red Cross once again ORDEROTICI3 ksk
I Gift Boxes sent overseas by of Walter M. RM USS XZston M. Armstrong TOLANjTl
from the bottom of our hearts." Hugh M. Sullivan son King, 2-c Sgt. motion In order to get back into STATE OF A A
V the Junior Red Cross of Brad I remain truly, Mrs. W. Mrs. Mabel Sullivaa of Starke LST 803 care FPO NYC NY Elizabeth City N. C., son of A. the Infantry after serving a while Serno whoa FLORIDA residence toginia "'II

ford County was received last Chetter. your is an aircraft a I'm 0 rer at an writes: "I have enjoyed the Tele- S. Armst.r o n g of Starke will in the artillery which he considered A.Virginia.Roane Street Charleston' I ii wit,,

week by Mrs. W. R. Morse chairman Eighth Air Force Bomber Station graph very much in the past and spend dome time In the States "too dull". He seems to You are required to
of Junior Red Cross. As this letter states the In England. His know I will even more so in the after flying as an armorergunner think that the infantry la more March 5th.. 1945. In appear the yon
The letter was from Lancaster given at parties arranged by theAmerlca.n important job future. on a B-25 Transport for 17 named Court and cause, a
1 Red Cross. In the thick of things and that'swhere plaintiff seeks divorce, Wh tr;
England and la as follows: consists of re-, "The last issue I had was rightup months in the China-Burma-India he wants to be. County Telegraph shall pubnllspiOrder -

s "Dear Madam, Bradford County Juniors can pairing and, to date and I couldn't have read Theatre. He is a veteran of 69 Witness In next four 'weekly i '1
my hand
I am writing you on behalf of well be proud of this aa well as maintaining the' better news than the score the combat missions and has been NOTICE TO CREDITORSAll claims seal at fltarke!! ; Florida and, oln>'l''
having or this
' my little girl Sylvia she .Is seven other achievements. The Enrollment I machine guns Bradford Tornadoes rolled up last' awarded the Air Medal. demands persona against the estate ot uary(OFFICIAL 80th., SEAL 1945. *

1 years 'of age and she was! lucky campaign ,this! year as before e used on Flying football season. That's one of' Mamie notified Hart and required deceased to are file hereby their As Clerk of said)Court A..r Tho

Fortresses to defend the many things that makes me WITH FIELD ARTILLERYIN claims In the office of the County T. Frank Landrum, Starke!
to Invitation to and school 9 Flor
i enough get an I was 100 percent Atty. for Plf. .t
themselves proud I am an 'ex' and future SOUTH PACIFICPfc. Judge of Bradford County, Florida tj
t one of the Christmas parties given I children Increased their fees .by ; from enemy at Starkelte," Wm: M. (Bill) Duncan/is; In the Courthouse calendar at Starke Florida I
by the American Red Cross, and, within eight months
I almost $100 over last year. They tacks. It is also doing clerical work with a Field from the data of.lh. first publication
Sylvia enjoyed herself very much his to Bn. in the South Pacific. of this notice, or the same
duty Artillery ,
sent to
Indeed. Her father and myself aiM doubled the money THEODORE OGODGE will become void according to law
think It was so' good of you to the National children's Fund. This keep the bomb SERVING IN FRANCE He is the son of Mrs. Mabel Wall This January 17, 1948.BERTHA.
t rack I n perfect of Starke and has been overseas GREEN,
money will be used to buy medical Pfc. Theodore J. Goodge son
send such lovely parcels that we As Executrix: of the last will and
wish to thank you for all you kits to be distributed to schools/ working order of Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Goodgeof since August. testament of Mamie Hart de-

' have done for my child and all in Norway as well as other formsof and to load the Starke is helping to prepare Bill is a graduate of B.H.S. and ceased. 1-19 4t 3-9

: .y.yf service to children. bombs onto the good substantial meals for the studied Journalism at the University IN CIRCfIT COURT. BRADFORD .SI ,
men of a Quartermaster Company; of Florida. His address *
Forts. /. ***
County Gives $375 Prior to entering the Army somewhere in France. is: Pfc. Wm. M. Duncan-34051388: Edward J. TIerney Plaintiff, vs /

He served more than two year Service Btry., 694th F. A., APO Grace Prlnffla Tterney. Defendant.
Air Forces in 1942 Pvt. Sullivan Case No. 3567.ORDER .
To Children's Home
in England and writes that he 565. care PM, San Francisco. OF' PUBLICATIONAND
f was employed as a fireman and
i. t 1I likes the country of France bet.; Calif. NOTICE TO APPEAR \V*i
Marcus C. Fagg superintendentof dredge hand with the U. S. STATE OF FLORIDA to:: Grace
ter than he did his
England; only
the Children's Home Society Engineer) Pringle Tlerrmy whose residence Is
I objection la that he can't tell NEW ADDRESSESOF 327 46th Street Brooklyn,. New
Jacksonville reports that residents No
York. Matter
what the people are talking a. SERVICE MEN
of Bradford County contributed LARGE NUMBER IN FAMILY You are required to appear on
I SERVING OVERSEAS ., Cpl. Elbert M. Edwards Med. March 6th., 1946 In t h. shovenamed
$375.59: to this charity bout.Theodore and
r Court cause, wher.lnplaintiff.
I t during 1944, although the county Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Redding has spent the last Det. Sta. Hasp., Camp Forrest seeks divorce. Bradford What Branch
three Christmases
overseas Tenn. County Telegraph shall pubU..hthla
$100. of Lawtey are well representedby
quota was only
that he has had fine dinner Order In next four weekly
says a
Lloyd Wilkerson, Sect. C, South
The contributions were sent in the large number of brothers issues.
.. they have now serving overseas every time and plenty of it I Area 2519 AAF BU, Dodge City Witness my hand and official of' Service
as follows: Starke $279.59; Law even if he did have to help fix. seal at Starke. Florida this January
tey $21; Hampton $21; Graham Mrs. Redding was in the Tele- it himself. Kan.James 80th., 1945.
IZ'raDh rkfftra Saturday fo T>AV for D. Casey S 1-c USS
ARE Brooker
$36 $18. --
; : : His outfit is located right In You're
seven subscriptions three for Y.S.D.. 40. NAAS PPB Elizabeth In ,,
Supt. wishes to thank the
Fagg the heart of a town and the
brothers of Mr. Redding and four City. N. C.
Our Specialty people of Bradford County for building they use was once a
for hers.
i A-C George Flynn Jr., WingII.
the fine support of the children' small hotel although there wasn't ,
Sgt. E. R. Andrews Is with a Group L, Sqdn. 192, SAACC,
anything left in condition -
it 4 NO MATTER WHAT TYPEOF Home during the past year. a usable YOU'LL ALWAYS!
Station Complement Squadron San Antonio, Texas.
,':: FABRIC, IT'S ALL THE when they moved' In. He
Pfc. Wm. H. Andrews with an Sgt. Sidney W. Grlffis. 2512th
( the cooks all
says coooperate
: TO
, Air Service Squadron and Paul try to satisfy the men-not with I B.U., Sect. C, Box 36, Childresfl
nj.:.' YOUR WORST JOBS, WE Andrews Sea. 1-c is on the USS but with Texas.
cErrHE anything fancy, a meal
r\i'k' KNOW HOW TO SAVE Harveson. They all have New that win last them for a good Arthur W. Swanbom, AMM Ic.T.S. .

:, {r THAT DRESS OR SUIT r SPEEDY SURE York APO numbers. Cpl. A. T. day's work. He misses home but No.6. Daytona Beach Fla.

\ 3''!> FOR FUR THE:It WEAR. RElEFFORACDNDIGFSTON Andrews is in the Marines and doesn't want to come back until -
has a California APO number. RED CROSS DOUGHNUTS HEARTY
'It's over" for there are lots of
; NEW / Pfc. L. A. Redding is la the others who want to come home HIT THE SPOT

:, infantry and Pfc. Herbert Red Just as bad' as he does. Pvt. Julian Lv Peek son of WELCOMEat
I METHOD 1 ding Is 'with a Depot >Supply Pfc. Goodge was employed at named Court and cause wherein EXPERTWORKMANSHIP

)V I Squadron both with NeW York. the A & P Store before enteringthe plaintiff seeks divorce. Bradford
1 APO nunibers. County Telegraph shall publish this
service and took' hid
1 1 early Order In next four weekly Issues
::1 CLEANERSROBERT 1 Sgt. Louis H. Redding Is serving training at Camp Lee Va. He Witness. my hand and official

with the 3211th Signal Bat also trained in Louisiana and seal uary at 83rd.Stark!! 1945., Florida, this Jan. .

I GREEN Owner talion now performing the important spent a short time at Ft. Myers (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas,
Job of supplying radio before going overseas.He As Clerk of said' Court.T. '
: SIS Temple Avenue Carpenter's Drug Store Frank I.nndrum, Starke Florida JORDAN'SBAR
' i .. II ''' telphone. and cable communications would like to have his Atty. for Plf. 1-26 4t 2-ie
" for of the friends write to him the -
.. --.--.- _. headquarters at following IN CIRCMT COURT BRADFORD
- -- Sixth Army Group in France. address; Pfc. T, J. Goodge COI'NTY. FLORIIIAl IN CII4N- "

Hundreds of miles of telephone ,34200133 1665: Ord. Sup. QM CO. CKRY.Nlchnlns.
4j wire and several Huge switch : (AVN), APO 633. C U C caro, Plaintiff vs.
The Evening care PM' NY, Mary J. Cuccaro Defendant. Case YOU CAN ENTRUST YOUR ,
'TOPO boards are necessary/ to connectthe NY. No 3534.
headquarters with its far- OltDER OF PUBLICATIONAND
flung units of the American 7th LT. MOORE STATIONEDAT STAE OF FLORIDA to: Mary J.

and the French lit Armies on SAN FRANCISCO Cuccaro whose residence la 590 PADDY' LIBRETTI, MGR
North Plymouth Rochester
t the German border front. 2nd Lt. Paul M. Moore son of New York. Avenue.

I, ] DONUTS Mr. and Mrs. ;..TH.. Moore of You are' required ito appear on 'WE&T'CALL
e CHAPLAIN February 19th, 1946 In the above 115 '' ST.
Lawtey TheSTAG
: recently r e ported for named Court and cause wherein ...
i31' AND COFFEE STATION: IN PARIS duty with the Coast Artillery at plaintiff seeks divorce. Bradford ;

"\ ( The many friends here of Capt.B. San Francisco Port of Embarka County Telegraph e hall publish
be" .o1.e'I this Order In next lour weekly Issued. -
I M. Montgomery will be interested tlon. .
i ,e'" e to know that he is now Lt. Moore's wife and son Paul Witness my hand and official Carter Bldg., Starke II II
n seal at Stark Florida this January -
1i. see "of':1. serving as chaplain at a hospital Jr., reside at Baldwin. He was a 16th, 1945.

> : ...1.e In Paris. He Is a former pastorof sales manager prior to entering (OFFICIAL SEAL) Cor't.J. Thomas, I
. As Clerk of said I
>>1 .."" the Starke Methodist Church the service.I' T. Frank Landrum Starke, Florida

and served as chaplain at Camp Atty. for Plf. 1-1 4t a-II
- :

__ before going overseas. His address I CKHY. FI.ORIDAI. IN CHAN'CKRY.
----- -
---- n-o is: Capt. B. M. Montgomery Carl V. E. Oustafson Pia II,tiff, vs .
rr Made from fresh Grace J. Qustafson D e ten dant. Elisabeth W. Tllley Platntlff, vs.
HAMBURGERS 0-176810 365th Sta. Hosp., APO Case No. S547.ORDER William Edgar Tllley. Defendant.Case .
;', i lti ground sirloin steak 887, care- PM NY, NY. OF PUBLICATION No. 3535.ORDER .
--- to: Grace TO APPEAR
'''i', The very finest GREEN TRANSFERS J. Gustafaon whose residence J I. STATE OF FLORIDA to: William 1 t C verubodu.
-HOT 201 Arlington' Avenge, Jamestown, Edgar Tilley whose residence 6
?4 Swift's Premium DOGS TO BOSTON, MASS.Lt. Ne w York. la 420 Elder, Street Clarksvllle, (f 0
Com. R. A. .(Lex) Green You are required to appear on Tennessee.
- - -.. - ---- -- has been transferred from Norfolk February 26th., 1945 In the above You are required to appear on
r named Court and cause wherein February 19th, 1945 In the above
from pure Va., to Boston Mass., wherehe plaintiff seeks divorce. Eradfort named Court and cause wherein
k ORANGEADEetude Is receiving naval training In County Telegraph shall publish this plaintiff seeks divorce. Bradford
fruit Orders In next four weekly Issues County Telegraph a hall publish 5a.fkingABOUT
supply at Harvard University. His Witness my hand and official this Order In next four weekly is-
- _ _ _ .u _ .. address is: Lt. Com. R. A. Green seal at Stark. Florida this Jan. eue...
unry 3.1rd, l USNR D21, Hamilton Hall Sol (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas seal at Starke, Florida this Jan
DAVIS dier's Field Boston 63, Mass. As Clerk of said Court. uary 17th, 1946.
y.. SANDWICH SHOP William D. Morgan, Jacksonville, (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas,
Fla. Atty. for Plf. 1-28 As Clerk of
4t 2-K said
"UooT'--___'_" _ANn____ WWt3Q..._n. .4.II 4"c-pmnOr_.._ ',"p,y.,_...Court....nv_, "&"" .v__,.lAm...,

Lee A. Hendricks husband IN CIRCUIT 'ror T. BRADFORD
-- -- .. of Mra. Irma Hendricks of Starke Beulah Jarvis Plaintiff vs. Lan- COIIINTY. FLORIDAI IN: CHAN.
nls P. Jarvis, Defendant. Case No. <(<:'.;RY.
has won the right to wear the 35oo. Edgar Lampkln Plaintiff, vs. :MyrMe .
"Boots and Wings" of the U. S. ORDER OF PUBLICATION Lampkln, Defendant. Casa No.
has completed four weeksof P. Jarvis whose residence la .Un NOTICE TO APPEAR I

9If'; jump training at Fort Ben. known.You are required to appear on Lampkin STATE whose OF FLORIDA residence to Is: Myrtle Cedar )

Illl ROY'S 11I1RESTAURANT fling Ga., during which time he February 26th., 1945. In the above Town. Georgia.You ie

made five jumps, the last a tactical named plaintiff Court seeks and divorce cause and wherein Custody. February are 19th required 1945 to In appear the above on

Jump at night Involving a of Minor. Bradford County Telegraph named Court and cause, wherein
combat problem on landing.STROUT81211' shall publish this Order In plaintiff seeks divorce. Bradford
next four .
weekly Issues. Bounty Telegraph shall publish
Witness my hand and official this Order. In next four weekly I.-
seal at Stark. Florida this JanUArY sue*.
UNDER MANAGEMENT' OF ROY JOHNSON 24th. 1946.OFFICiA Witness my hand and official
( { SEAL) A. J. Thomas. seal at Starke. Florida this Jan
HBAI. A.. Clerk of said' Court. uary 17th., 1945. 9 to 9 Dally
KSTATBOrvates M. K. Perryman Starke. Florida Restaurant t t H 8-
(OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas, our
advertiser .f ennn.trr Atty. for Plf._ 1-26 4t 2-18 As Clerk of said Court. Except TuesdayYou're

_ property. Has..m.d..vr.. T. Frank I-andrum Starke, Florida
sales of IN: cinrriT
ti ........-.. Ba,.... from all Karma over the COUNTY FLORIDA COURT BRADFORD IN: CHANCERY Atty. for Plf 1.1 4t 2-9

T I I \Vorld. Free ope ".U... Solomon, .".'-.-..-- -----------------.------------- _,..... _u._._ _._ ._ _,_ ._ I
E.A.STROUT REALTY AGENCY Tunstall Plaintiff, v.
Ida Belle Tunstall. Defendant. Case
NO. 3 5 01.

Locally by STATE AND NOTICE OF FLORIDA TO APPEAR to: Ida a Service: Man

F. C. HOLLINGSWORTH SUe Tunl>tl111 wh..e residence Is
118 8. Walnut St. 582 Plum Street Alabama.
You are required[ to appear on and are looking for '
February; 16th., 1945. in the above .

the right things at the

STEAl CHOPS y right price.

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. . . Dyke joined the players at the tend sympathy to the bereaved FARM NOTESBy . .. . . . . I cot of these proceeding and the I ruarr 1, 1946.OFFICIAL 1

tea hour when Mrs. Turney served family. satisfaction of the forvmcntloned ( SEAL) A. J. Thomas. I,
Farm execution.: A* Clerk of said Court. ;
ate Theressa
assorted nuts, apple sauce L. T. Dyer, County .\geontToba.cJco.o A. O ANDKEIT. J
Chas H. Hem,
cake, and coffee to Friends regret that It was nec- Sheriff Bradford County, "'lor Ida. 1M N. Ocean St.. i
Whit?leld her guests. WILL O. MUItRELL, attorney for Jackeonvlllo, Florida Atty for Pit. I l
Mrs. Bryan essary for Mrs Oscar Partneyto t
Mia Ida 22
Allotments: The tobacco Ry Hagan 4t 113. '
. . . . . CHRISTENING be taken back to a New Or- allotments of the county were . . . e . . . plaintiff. S-2 4t S-S3 r

Just before the Sunday leans hospital last'Friday for fur- IN CIRCUIT COTHT. DRADFOIIMCOUNTY
morning Increased by 10 acres this
JE CLUB MEETING service, February 4, Rey. W. J. ther treatment and hope that she This acreage was' distributed Mr. Grizzle of Lorlda spent the C'Kltr. FLOIUUtl IN:. CHAN- *

tanding In their beauty andume Churchwell christened young Wil- can return home soon. increase small allot meats on week with his daughter, Mrs. Eleanor R. Dy. Plaintiff, 'Ve Jof. m al< , hMig-etemmed nar- liam Ruth Walker. fry B. Dye, Defendant. Ca.. No. lHf :
Newton North Jr., in the Mrs. P. D. Fancher, Sr., and farms where the acreage wouldbe '
In the living: and din- Sam Swindell of Jacksonville Is 2670.ORDER
fplaced Starke Methodist Church. Mrs. P. D. Fancher Jr., were planted this year. Official OK PtrnWCATION
her home by Mrs. hla AND NOTICE TO APPEAR
oms of spending a few days with Kee,8ibStart
host't HERSHFIELD guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. W. notices 'of allotments have been STATE) OF FLORIDA to: Jot-
when she -
fc Turney McCrary In Jacksonville Mondayand mailed to all growers having al- mother. frey B. Dye whose resldonra and '
last week's meeting of the B. Hershfleld died suddenly In Warren Youngblood. of a sub- adtlrvn la, Burial No. 11086839 Co.
Tuesday. lotments. M 7th Inf APO 3 % Postmaster. -
Bridge Club. Relive Starke Sunday night. ; ; ;
I Farm Following marine unit Is spending a few New York. N. Y.
New Grower allotments will be
Mr. Mrs. J. B. Stricklandand
of high, second a funeral service in Jacksonville and Your Post-War
recipient days with his aunt, Mrs E. S. You' are required to appear on
and "bingo" prizes that aftn Monday the body, accompanied by eon, Johnnie, of Graham spent made to tobacco growers who will March 5, 1 46. In the above named. Now
He has been Planning
Slbley. overseasfor
Court and wherein plaintiff
Mrs. Hershfleld the past week-end with Mr and operate a farm In 1945 that does cause
Mrs. FieldingChap* and Mrs. David
were some time and Is home on s..k. divorce and restoration of
{ Mrs. W. N. North and Mm.Wbitfield. ;. Skolnik, was shipped to New York Mrs. A. C. Davis. not have an allotment provided furlough.S maiden name. Bradford County Place Your Order Now For
Mrs. J. W. City for interment. Friends ex- Sunday tea guests of Mr. and they make application before Telegraph shall publish this. OrderIn : ':
next four weekly Imiuee.Wltneea
Mrs. J. W. Woodward were Mr. March 1. Only one application 1-c Joe Kelsey of Beaufort my hand and official The, Following Appliances:

and Mrs. Aubrey Mercer and has been received to date. S. C., visited his parents Mr. and seal at Stark, Florida, this Feb.EAT --

daughters, Aileen and Mary Ann Soil Conservation Program for Mrs A. H. Kelsey Sunday.
Old Sarge's Placed of High Springs.Lt. 1945 has Just been announced by Miss Ruth Sibley spent the BENDIX

H. G. Davis of McDlll Fieldis the State Office, and there are wee k-end with Miss Martha AUTOMATIC

visiting Mr. and. Mrs. W, N. only a few changes from the Horne In Hampton. I R1 A1i/u41 HOME LAUNDRY
TARKE'S ORIGINAL 1944 program. One change is
S 1-c B. F. Geiger of Sanford, I
J. M. Bradley and daughter, that payment will not be made spent Tuesday with his mother,

ARMY Carolyn, visited Jacksonville relatives for volunteer cover crops, but Mr. J7 P. Dickinson. I HOTPOINTREFRIGERATORS J

.' r during the past week-end. only where these crops are seed- Elbert Brltt of Lake Geneva .,

Billy Cox, who is an officer In ed. Payment for setting pine visited the Thomas family Sun- RANGES
t '
TORE trees which was out last year
the Cooks' Division at Jacksonville day afternoon. I.
Naval Air Base lutThUTsdll.Y has been returned to the pro- WATER HEATERS
spent Rev. Hogarth filled his regular
will be made 'at the
and Friday with Mr. gram. Payment appointment at the Baptist !

Authorized and Mrs. R. H. Cox. this year for superphosphate applied Church. Saturday and Sunday.I I As These Become Avail r
Guests of Mr. and Mrs J, Q. to oats when oats are grazed. Mr. and Mrs. S. E. Trlest and I

By The War Department Randall last week-end were Mr. Mrs. S. R. Swindell went to Key CAMPDINER able We Will Fill Orders

and Mrs. John O. Randall, Jr., The heaviest conservation pay- stone Heights Saturday. I In Order of Application

and family. Mf.' and Mrs. W. W. ments are still ,being made for We are sorry to hear A. I* '

OperatedBy Fish and family and Mr. and Mrs. establishing permanent grass and Sullivan is on the sick list this
: George Murdock, all of Jackson- clover pastures$5.00 per acre week. We wish for him a speedy
an Ex-Soldier I| for seeding pasture and also lib- recovery. I & DESK LAMPS "

___ vllle.During the past week Mr. and eral payment on limestone and Everyone Is Invited to attend I Corner Call & CherryHighest I a
I Mrs. J. L. Robinson had as guestsMr. superphosphate applied to pas- Sunday School at Hope Baptist

HEADQUARTERSFOR and Mrs. Bill Vinson of Lake ture.Soil Church each Sunday morning at I e RADIO I Ie
City, Dr. and Mrs.< T. H. Blairof Conservation payments' to 11:00: o'clock and Christian Unionat r!r

ALL MILITARY SUPPLIES Ann Arbor, Mich., and Miss the county usually are about the Christian Church each

NOVELTIES and JEWELRY' Geraldine Robinson of Jackson- $20,000 per yerfr, however the Sunday evening at 7:43.: Please QualitySTEAKS
ville.Miss ; payments for 1944 will not be come to these services. SERVICE.:1:

I Kathleen Douglas spent I II this much because the farmersare Mrs. C. A. Beck and Kenney /./
the past week-end with home not taking advantage 'of opportunities Thomas were shopping in Starke J

,Suslow's I folks In High 'Springs.J. the program offers. Friday. WINKLER : '
en E. Ormond and family visited They should be' earning $ O.OOO Mrs. H. D. May of Hampton ,

I friends in Deal and enjoyed to $60,000 each year in this coun- visited her aunt, Miss Ida Hasan and CHOPS '

the beauties of Silver Springs ty in carrying 'out practices in Saturday. ELECTRIC !

Store I last week-end. building their soil and growing
Army IN rlllCt'lT COl'IIT. UMADFOItt) .
Mrs. E. L. Hewitt and sons and feed for their livestock. The t
gov- ('01'",'r,', FLORIDA 1M: tllANCKHY. SERVICE : :
Miss Jetta Lee of Lake City were ernment Is making these pay ,
39 E.Call Street Starke, Fla. visitors of Mr. and Mrs. I. J. ments to encourage farmers to Ix innle>nnla Thompson Thom a a u, n.also Plaintiff known ,as,". Open 9 A. M.-9 P M. 226 Temple Are. il

Williams last week-end. Also carry out practices on their farms Mary Pellu Thompson, Defendant. Daily Except Thursdays

_00-- ... ___ .S visiting Mr. and Mrs. Williams that would be profitable to them Cam> No. 9490.ORDER OF. PUBLICATION s jiSERVICES
at that time were Mrs. Walter if no payment, was made. AND NOTirK TO APPEAR
Belisle and little daughter, Len- All farmers of the county are 8TATB' OF FLORIDA to: Mary
whom reildence In
Ilellu Thompson
Even a ette, who were enroute to their asked to come to my office'at Unknown.You .
home In Haines City after an ex- an early date and sign up their are required to appear on
March 6th., UU In the abovenumril
tended stay with relatives in this farms in the conservation pro- Court and came, wherein
WOODENINDIAN section of the ,State. gram for 1945. plaintiff HvekB divorce Bradford .
Hybrid Corn Seed: The only hybrid County Telegraph aha four II publish weekly
. e . . . . . corn recommended for plant "thin.uee.Order In next EVERY SUNDAY NIGHT

in Florida Is the Florida W-l, VVUnena my hand and off trial
New River ing seal at Btarke. Florida, this January -
which was o rig Inated by the 89th.. 1846.

COULD FEEL TilE WARM School Florida Experiment Station. Hybrids A(OFFICIAL. Clerk of SEAL ald) Court.A. 3.' Thomas, SUNDAY
3 P.
grown in other states do' William D. Morgan, Jacksonville, M.

1 A I R OF HOSPITALITY e . . . e e e not make as large yields, and are Fla. Atty. for 1->lt. 2st- 1-23

A large crowd attended servicesat not, as well suited to our soil IN TilE CIRCUIT COl'nT1 A'Vn
THAT PERVAD'ES THE New River Baptist Church and climate. KLOItlllA.FOR n IIA1)FIIRD COUNTY, Everyone Invited To Come And Feel ,

t BLANDING. CENTER BARe children Sunday were Rev. Truby dinner Parrish guests and of made Some poor farmers yields in with this Fla.county W-l DELLA Plaintiff TfOMPSON, -. You Are, A Part Of UB. a

I Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Wigginsof last year and ,were dissatisfiedwith -'V'EDNA-
Clayno.Mr i It, while others were well PEELS and JOB PEELK: :, .
WHY NOT GATHER tier husband ip
., and Mrs. Mac McCormick satisfied. Upon investigation we Defendant.
of Jacksonville visited relatives found that It all depended upon NOTICE OF WHEnlFF'B SALE
FRIENDS TONIGHT the source of the seed. There are Notice le hereby given that under Gospel Mission
after church services.
and by virtue of the Writ. of Ex-
AND ENJOY 'A FEW Mrs. A. P. Johns and children: several growers, producing this eoutlon .Issued In that certain cause ) t
HOURS OF GOODFELLOWSHIP seed corn, but there Is one sup In the Circuit Court of ITadford
were visiting friends and rela-
bounty, Florida, wherein Delia
IN tives In Midway Sunday. ervised and certified by the Experiment Thompson wan plaintiff and Edna Assembly of GodJUST
THE PLEASANT A large crowd attended the Station. Seed from this Peele and Joe .'..ele, her hunhand
defendant the said execution
SURROUNDINGS OF show "The Road to Victory" at source has continued to give very being. dated the :filth of January WEST OF B GATE, CAMP BLANDING ,,
the school house Friday night.C. satisfactory results and to pro- A. I>. 1846, I, A. O. AN- j

C. Wynn of'Hampton and duce from 20 percent to 60 per- DUEtf lowing, having deMcrlbed levied property lipothe as fol-the J. A. BROOKS, MINISTER

Mr. and Mrs. Ben Kerce of Lake cent more corn per acre than the property of th. above. named defendant -
ID LANDING situate, lying and being
farmers Those ex- ;
Butler were visiting Mr and Mrs. average In the County of Bradford, State
Melton Kerce Sunday.R. pecting to plant Fla. W-l should of Florida to-wltt

C I: N T ECAK IK.' R. Andrews is home after see me for full information Lot.lawn,9,Section 11. II, 14.17 2R Township, In 'Wood.C

spending a few weeks in Ft. South, Range 22 Kant. 60 acr.s.Lot THROUGH
MAYBELLE and baby dau g h tel', Carolyn It, In Woodlawn, Section THESE PORTALS
J. HYDE Myers. Louise, of Lake Butler. 18, Township B South, flange PASS THE BEST
Mrs. Ethel Johnson has returnedto 22 Bait. 10 acre. SOLDIERSON
MANAGER her home after a week's visit Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Andrewsand IoU 1, S, and Mouth % of LotS
children of Lake Butler were of Block 18. Town of Law- EARTH
with Mr. and Mrs. Delbert Green
tey West of Railroad
visiting her Mr. and Mrs.
.... 2.1, Township 6 South, Range
- H. L. Johns Friday. 23 East.
Mrs. Allen Thomas of Jackson- Commencing 65 feet from
southeast corner of Hotel lot
ville and Mrs. Allen Howard of and running westerly 100 feet
Starke were visiting''Mr. and Mrs. thenre southerly 104 feet
thence easterly 100 feet thence
.1..S. Snowden Sunday.Mr. northerly 104 feet to point ofbeginning
.. and :Mrs. ,A. W. Thomas Town of Lawtey.
went of railroad Section 23
and Mr. and Mrs. Herman Thomasof Township 6 South, Range 22
Starke were visiting Mr. and Kant.
1 Lot 65 feet North and South
Mrs. Carl Thomas recently.Mr. by 100 feet East and W.."., on
and Mrs. J. J. Moody and West side of State Street,
bounded north by Nolan Street'
William several in
son spent days y
and Mouth by Thede Street,
1 Jacksonville last week. Town of went of Rail.
tj / SENTIMENT is the order of the l Mrs. Marie Wiggins of Jacksonville ;road South, Range cItrot"rt 22 cant.Township 5 r

and son Micky spent last And I will on the 6th day of March
week-end In Olustee. I A. D. lUG between the legal hour
day I Those dearest to your heart .. of ale, to*wit, 11:00 o'clock In
Mr. and .Mrs. Carl Nettles and
forenoon and 2:00: o'clock In afternoon -
dJ son Elbert and Mrs_Julie Johns before the front door of the

1 t y are wishing that you were with were business visitors to Jack- Starke Bradford, Bradford C n until'County Courthouse ..

sonville Saturday. offer the said' property for sale at !r

l card Mr M. F. Wiggins and Mrs.J publlo outcry and will ell thename
them. A Valentine expressing to the highest and bent bid
fI /.t' ;r M. Kerce were business visitorsto der for cash, the proceed of the
Waldo Monday. aid Kale to be applied a. far a*
your thoughts will let your e may be to the payment of the

1 1e loved ones know, that you are' 1
Wonder fish0MRS.

We've a wide ,
thinking of th- m.

'assortment of cards with appropriate ",,.

r d

( e I verses, from which to select 1 Jewelry .

Gifts -

your Valentine Greetings.r Souvenirs "WH WRAP . the parade of r

Novelties ToMBIL service men throughthe

fain portals of P. S.

}i ;

Prompt Service Careful Drivers Stores. There MUST

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I. 'AOK EIGHT -_:..}IG

'K a'' went their first defeat on the v... Maurice Rosenfeld Defendant, the same being a bill to foreclose non-raaldant defendants""!"""""*
served a mortgage upon the lands that hereby are b"
menu was USO Anniversary Can No. 8630.
) House Sunday i tempting home court and their second at PUBLICATION are described In' the Mil of com the bill .of compl in1Uf'alWcauH. ,,
: pen short business meeUng was Observed With SeriesOf the' hands of the University City OUDgn AND NOTICE OF ) TO APPEAR plaint In Bald cause; that the defendant on the 6th da 1 '" .

\t Walnut St. U.S.O. during which Mrs. James Liddon STATE OF FLORIDA to: MauriceRoaenfeld *. Arthur W. Tobey'and hla 1945, otherwise. the gllekatlok >
: quint. With the visitors leadingin L. realdenta said bill '
11' Chairman presided EventsThe whose residence Is %' wife Margaret Tobey are will be "
Council Gala a.
Wives' all periods the score was 19-6 Mra. Anna Rosenthal, 1285 8t, John. of a state and country otherthan by the said defendants '"onl.'
"! To celebrate the Fourth Birth- Special attention was called' the State ot Florida andtheir It '
'r" Ief
at the end of,the first and 3716at Place, Brooklyn N. Y. last known' residence and address ther ordered that this. '
Street Club at Temple
of USO the Walnut "Ladles in Waiting" group U.S.O. ,
day to the to onMarch nutlq
: the end of the half Field You are required appear waa 76 Colby Road Atlantic.lIJa..achu..ett published once each
y USO operated by the Y.W.C.A., which meets each Monday afternoon I and Washington streets joined 9th., 1945, In the above named which In stated as oonaeoutlv. weeks. w..k for '

held Open House last Sunday. Ex- at 2 o'clock under the with other U.S.O. Clubs In the goals were evenly distributed in Court and cause wherein plaintiff particularly aa la known to plaintiff : .T in the, ,l'radl!
; the third period, but the Hurricanes seeks divorce Bradford County .*. That the defendants both are' iw1I1? eJ..trraph. a
: hibtu showing the extensive program leade r a hip of Mrs. Joseph B. United States in celebrating the lead in Telegraph shall publish this OrderIn over the ace of twenty-one years ubll""ed 1 ltT"Irrli.dford newrpn'

a; carried out by the Club i Prill R. N. Fourth Anniversary: of UvS.O. the fourth again quarter piled up and a emergedon Witness next .four. my weekly hand laauea.and official and that there la no person In the old.. 1r.* f r"untyp

: & were on display, being marked i Miss Margaret Ann Young gavea Sunday February. 4th. of 63-32 score. Heal at Starke. Florida, thus Feb- State of Florida the, service of a Starkh, Florida th|. fib
big end a
ruary 7th.. 1945. subpoena upon whom would bind of. February, A. D. '
F by clever placards. brief history of USO to show On Saturday night a Formal 1145
q. Bobby Sapp of Gainesville was (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas the said defendanta.It .
Mlaa Madge Mlddleton. chair- 'its unusual growth, and Mrs. Dance was held In the auditorium for the with 13 field An. Clerk of said Court. Clerk Ctrou t Court,
high ,
game la ,
Street USO the birth- Beach, further'ordered that said ..qpunty. Florida yn41';
man of the Walnut Waller Bateman explained In observance of the fourth Wallace with Walter C. Hardexty Daytona 2
: goals, followed by
Fla. Atty. for Plf. 2-9 4t S-2 I
Operating Committee presided at type of work done by the local day to open the celebrations. The 7. Fillyaw was high for BHS --
1 bowl during the after- I and lounge was decorated -
\\t the punch USO. auditorium "
with 8 points IN! IR't'IT COUNT BRADFORD
noon hours. The program closed with the in red'whitq-and blue with The height of the victors shouldbe (COUNTY FJLOIUUAl IN CHAN.CRRY -

'l' Wives' weekly luncheon folk .tune the center ''of attraction being the FOREMOST DAIRIES
r The Army sieging pf the Silesian taken into account In record- Boyd D. PUlI'h, Plaintiff v...Georgia INC.
;S was held Tuesday with! the d Us." lovely birthday cake decorated .. ,
"Beauty. Ing the win, but Sapp Is easily Pugh Defendant. Caaa N. 81>17.
i '< theme of the USO Fourth Birthday with the U.S.O. emblem and In the beet player seen on the local ORDER OF PUBLICATIONAND ''OF TIlE '(SOUTII
\ the club. After red white and blue Miss Gar-
:,1.{ pervading Memorial 'Service court this eeaaon. STATE: OF FLORIDA to: o..or.-Iel
led the Grand March i ,
nlta Hutto Cross City PowerfulOn Push whose residence la 677 First

4 ,1 Do You. Too. Suffer WithBACKACHE In'memory of Mrs. F. A. Scott : after which refreshments of cake Tuesday Feb. 13 following View St. Norfolk on_ For Home DeliveriesOn
and coffee were served.! You are required appear
whose birthday anniversary would games this week with Macclennyand March 12th.; 1945, In the above
Feb. 14, Hostesses for the evening were Baldwin, the Tornadoes meet named Court and cause_ wherein Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays
have been .
Ii due la Kidney Trouble Thousands her church Fellowship will hold Mrs. A. W.'Anderson Mrs. t,,'.Mra.A W. T, the most powerful team In ClassB County plaintiff Telegraph seeks divorce shall publish Bradford this Phone\Starke 82 and Leave; Orders

relief HDNO-IXOSH Strlngfellow Shepherd I this Order In next four weekly Issues
v.t! by using memorial service Tuesday circles so far encountered
I a Mrs. Shelly Hall. Mrs. Grace Witness my hand and official !
Sold lor over a quarter of a century {evening Feb. 13, at 8 o'clock In season-C r o s s City. With a seal at Starke. Florida this February
Miss Grace Phelps.
.a a money-back Guarantee. the Gospel Tabernacle. Friends record marred by no defeats the 7th., 1945.

G.t Your Bottle Now at I of the family are Invited. Sunday afternoon an Open I powerful Dixie County quintet(; (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thoma."AII' 1VITAMIN"
I House was held from three to Clerk of said Court. D HOMOGENIZED
KOCH DRUG STOKE I one welcome. EverY'"j' six o'clock with a G.I. Art Exhibit could easily! be as potent an op- T- 'Frank Landrum Starke FlorIdaIt.
4t 3-3
PIf. 2-9
ponent as Gainesville for the local for t
__.. ____ ___ CHOCOLATE MILK-
..... .41 .....-H _ which Is on tour of the The will be on --
hoopeters. game
State of Florida and an exhibitof CHURN'BUTTERMiLK
the armory court i here starting It appearing from the sworn bill
EVERY BRANCH OF Shell-craft Jewelry which has at 8 o'clock. of complaint filed'in the Chancery
been made here In the club. Approximately Court of Bradford County. Florida COFFEE CREAM
hundred by L. J. Wynn and Loula Wynn
seven hilt wife, against Arthur W, Tobey'
In uniform and guests 'reviewed Baptist ChurchSunday and hla wife, Margaret L. Tobey: ,

!InJurance'H. the Art and Shell-craft Exhibit.Pvt. morning at 11 o'clock;

Edwards took the
the Rev. I* D. Haines pastor of
honor for the military In I
the First Baptist Church will use

the Shell-craft Exhibit by winning : as his topic. "Thirsting", again BRADFORDENGINEERING
two first prizes with Mrs.
1tL using the subject of the crucifixIon -
WALLA Helen Nechasek also winning two of Chrlat.

Co first prizes, In 'the women's divi '
At 9t5: a. m the Sunday School

l sion.An : will study "Triumphant Service",
'informal was held '
program John 13:14: -"Ye are my friends
Agency In the lounge with Trainees from
if ye do whatsoever I commandyou.
the I.R.T.C. at
Camp Blanding ." COMES FIRST AT

Service Over 50 Tears furnishing the entertainment.
$ Constant At the evening worship hour

f Hostesses for the Open House the sermon will be "Just A Sinner" LAPPE BAKERYBe J. MAURICE EDWARDS Mgr.
afternoon Mrs. L.
Sunday were ,
_19 Please Phone 146CLASSIFIED A. Davis. Chairman Mrs. Junius following 'the request song .
service starting at 7:30: p. m.
Smith Mrs. A. Z, Adkins, Mrs.
Training Unions meet at 6:15: to
Frank Wilson Mrs. Edward PHONE 94
study the question "Whence Came
Burns Mrs. W. T. Clute Mrs. Sin?" Quick To TreatBronchitis

ADS E. K. Ferryman, Mrs. H. C. Rltch. 7:30"o'
Wednesday evening at : -
Mrs. HJ. L. Matthews Mra. C. A.
clock G. A. Field will show picture ...
f<, Knight Mrs. C. J. Carter Mrs.

4a{Wj,.\ fR BAL.B)-A. 11 r tfctlve B-room WANTED 'TO RENT-Officer d.I .- Jim Hlgglnb o t h a m. Mrs. John slides off f: the program of We Can Furnish You With All Sizes
.Ir... for house trailer, the Children' 'Bible Mission as
\ l bungalow Inlne condition In space
excellent neighborhood.. .. Will sell. I I preferably near school Write to Smith. Mrs. R. A. Green, Mrs. they work In. ,the schools. All Chronic bronchitis may develop It
I nn term..-Mra. H I 1101 abelle C. Box 491-A '-1 Zip Mattie Gahagen and Mrs. L. O. your cough chest cold or acute bronchitis -
l Wilson 110 W. MadUon. UpI Powell. are invited and,should be interested lit not treated and you cannot Concrete Building Blocks Gravel Sand
I" ( LOST-Diamond and pearl broach. in this program as this workIs afford to take a chance with any medicine -
I FOR SALE-Famllr milk cow fresh. Old fashioned f 1 o wee. design less potent than Creomulalon
: ; with heifer. calf-W. C. Conner pearl petal and diamond cen- being carried on in our own which
right to the seat the
1 I lit. 1, Ho* 18k, Btarke. Itp ter. Lost In the vicinity of Winners AnnouncedIn county schools.Methodist. tJub1e to help loosen of Mortar Mix and Cement
IF Presbyterian Church on N. Cherry
amid two
: WANTED-Route man for furniture 81. or parallel block on Shellcraft Exhibit lajen phlegm and nature
!'y ,) bu>lne<.. Apply Denmark Church St. Owner very anxious .Church soothe and heal tender.1n11amed
Furniture Company. It to recover because broach was bronchial mucous membranes.
} family heirloom. If found plea. Pvt. Raymond Edwards took the Dr. C. K. Vliet- of the out- Creomulslon blends beechwood ALSO
one ..
..;; f ANTED-Tractor work., br Job orhour. return (o 11* N. Cherry St. 161 highest honor for the military by creosote by special ProceasWith other
tJ l Plowlnar, dlaRlnc. mowing, reward offered. 1-11 Up atandln&"pre cher8"of'MethodlAm. 'time tested
winning first prize for the best medicines for, coughs.
Ktc.. Bee Lacy Con wall at Union '
will be speaker at the'Meth -
1... 'at guest It contains no narcotics. '
DUI Station. set and first prize for the best
: ROOMS\ odist Church Sunday morning at No matter how many medicines READY MIXED CONCRETEDEL'IVERED'
:, PIflNCUIl SUPPOHTH Individually1ftaln pair of ear rings pl entered in the : have tell
has your druggist: ; to
11 o'clock. He
.just sell b EWe
{ ..... Ifr. Bertha Pearoe. 35WTert completed
: c < ALLFURNISHED men's division of the Shellcraft you a of Creomulsion With"the
Jaadlaoa Btu 7li4tp a tour of tt t'h&: western states understanding '
you must like the
;I Exhibit held at .the. U.S.O. at : TO 'YOUR- OB
';.J1 Kurt SAL.H].Second hand lumber Temple and Washington Streets and will speak''nefe on condftlo'nsconfronting way it quickly allays the cough per-

;'!i ; .ot Long E'r'Idge Christian Churclt BOOK'.A'..''ROOM AIIEAD the 'Chrl Uan Churchas mitting1 rest and sleep or you
to the hlHhunf' bidder, Haturday. Sunday afternoon;,from" two .till it 'continued" to carry 'on its have back.:(Adv..
: , Feb 10, at S p. m. at the. church. fOR YOUR WIFE six. .
r n.Ii' Up '. OB PARENTS missionary services/ ,, overseas in
Approximately' seven I hundred
It. WANTED TO HUT OU tENT -. dajletit; In Each Room this war period. .
In uniform and visited ,
men guests "
Ifu Small In unable condition.' Dr. Vliet Lt a former district ; .
: piano \ -
J.f..J't''t\: -
: }11.; ..Write Bo.. ,IS7 or apply 120 N. the club on USO's fourth anniversary superintendent of the. Miami DIstrict .. : . I-ih'; .. ", """l'''f<\'? ",, )Oy.,, << zr" '
; i ," ,\tt ry r \ ..
ii'JIJ: Church fit. Itp LARRY'S revelwed the Shellcraft \.' : ..
: and during that time led of"i lrJ' 1' ; ; **"*k"1. . .iv; &$ fc* N**.*
and the O. I. Art Exhibit in the < "
LOST-Black haw, proUably within the entire Methodist Church In .
fJI J Camp containing usual articles KINGSLEY LAKE' ,. back wing of the building. 'claims ..) 1 EXTEND THE ". ,
.Ii" and Identification. Kinder keepmoney paying conventional; forfour H A N D ..-t1
\ 1000 Feet From D Gate, ''Wallace R. Arold ""' -,> ..... ..' ,
Capt. placed ,
: .
and return content to : -"" -
i ,
serving k .
l / }'I years. Hells I now as > > t "' -", .,,"-. ." ', ... ., "" :' ;f)
Chevrolet Louise " ..
{'i'I Torode. Oarage.FOR second by having the'best brooch of of ;;.,;", \ ,.., ;, ; ...
Mnnr. lip I i secretary the. Board .,1\1111- t." . 's'aITVa.i. "
;Jti4ir\ ; HELP WANTED Elderly white and the second best set on ex- along and Church .Extension. .' '& ":u.w.,, :,\\ l i w

I: BALIS-One all-metal stroller I woman for general house workIn hibit. Sgt. Joe Green won one \: ,: \ OF..FR.ENDL
J In recognltlfn of Scout t ,
trailer. UlvltiK furnished Boy ,
.rl 1 In good condition 01 riayponfolding quarters Y H 0 S PITA l
\ In separate trailer. Mra. second prize having ,the second .. 4'"
:. ',. I ( ) with floor and P"" 96.U Week members of the troop t"'i' ..., .3
'\; 'I and! It.. Phone LeUrande, Btarke! Amunementa. best brooch .'wIth Pvl. Arthur the Methodist' ... ,t\ ',..: [i. , ',,.,: .i\.. "' -')''\\\'_ : ."' M.t-. ..
' 17-5 or write los 645. Up t-III Sip sponsored by : f\;, ,+bn. t ''''' ..,..< ... ' ': : :\ ,"I\\ ,
th; Blrmbaum also winning one sec ; Church will serve as ushers at .. 1' ,, < : ,i Q
". FOR 8AL.E-LlKht weight bout OI'ENING-At 115 W. Madison St., ond for the second best ear rings. } .
lN%I motor, and trailer. Phone103.' tailoring ahop military alterations In the women's division Mra. the evening aery-Ice Sunday nIght. WOME\} 1
y II. C. Brown. Ito and dressmaking' Mr.. Eva Billy Edwards Gerald Boelter ililliiy'iijiiD
tl1' I S .... .1-2 4tp Helen Nechasek won two first Billy.Smith and Clyde Denmarkwill ''' \: ; ,.'! J
ATTRRHHhla ( all kind. renovated I : ; "
the best set and m
places by having
''' "
l ; furniture upholstered and NOTICK-Killingstation and garage usher and.all Scouts are In- - : ;' -
.f.. reflnlihed. Drop ue a card.Pit' open how for business In the best ear rings ,on display vited to attend In a'body.. Con- ......u .:. .c

HA8TINOS MATTRESB CO., Box Uraham, Flag Herbert llowell. Mrs Raymond Edwards won,the .
lit. Palatka,..Fla., U ; s-2 atp gregational singing will be led . "
i first 'prlze for the best,collection by Sanford Bitch.Wednesday .
FOR SAUK-"The' Ilar-U-q''t. BeeMra. to Ue with Mrs. 'Marge FranJch ." *
Lurllne Urant 801 8.. Church ,,; ;Feb. U, Is Ash :
who for the best I" from
St., Starke. Up won first prize and every day
the tomorroW.
of .
Wednesday beginning bent
x brooch. Mra. Agnes Holrtls' col- today . > . .
FOR SALE OR TRADIS-Late model The church la' very anxious for . ,' '. a I
'Il lection second and Mrs.
; pick-up. like new, will trade. for won everyone to make this a seasonof 'k" until our Armed Forces finally come ,
late model" coar.Valker' Station Betty Beyer won second place % now
I mile north ,of town on real repentance, fasting and ', with
for her brooch entry with Mrs. contact,
':-;' IF TilE PARTIES W1IO I road H. Up Shirley Blrmbaum having the sec- prayer. Prayer meting Wednes- home.for' good, you'll be<,{n' daily '

Z) l'y II.VVE HEKN DAMAGING FOR SALE Electric Ice box, cabinet ond best set and Mrs. Wallace day night at 7:30: o'clock. '' ": in uniform,
." MY radio largo how case.. An- man or woman
OAR DOVT QUIT. Young People's: meeting Sundayat lonesome young
arelo'a UrllL Up having the second best set some
fa 'Ji' THEY WILL BK TUIINEl of 6:30: p. m. mo ale-I
ear-rings. the heart-warming {
fat!: > IN TO TILE F.13.1.'D. Flit KKNT. : -4 room house, furnished .- Jtl who desperately needs ,
with electricity. JV4 miles

I "l, E. JONSON nut Underfill.oa Vtatford Iloau. Hodman Itp BHS Wins Two, Xmas Seal Returns building lift of friendly hospitality.TRvRf .

But Members of the Junior Woman's -
f FOR HBNT-4 room house with '2 Bows Again who
or I acres of land. Jeff Lewis, Club, are handling the everywhere is -
j &1 itt. a, Starke. 2-2 atp To GainesvilleBy sale of Christmas Seals this This week the USO minding

year announced this week that I their
that it is y
Bobble TurnerIn remittances to date total, 1387.75. WpJ good Americans

series the between second the of a two-game Contributions are continuing to cordial thoughtful courtesies to our.

neighboring come in and no final date for to extend ,
FOR SALE schools of
Bradford and Union
accepting them has been an- e throughout the year
counties, the BHS Torn adoes Men and Women
.ate nounced as yet: .. Service
emerged victorious again Thursday -
month not
night Feb. 1. with a 46-26 NOTI C B! day every week, every . '
Notion la hereby liven that Edna every ,
win In the armory here. In their .
Peele convicted of manslaughter holiday '
first encounter several weeks ago In the Circuit Court of Bradford during the Christmas

t ) ''t .,.. the Tornadoes also took the County Florida i on the 14th day of just .
NEARLY NEW SIX ROOM AND January 1944. will apply to the '
,.. measure of the Tigers 4529. State Pardon Board of the State . 1\ .. Forces need
BATH HOUSE Dobbs Lake Butler forward of Florida a. soon aa her Petition IHTf Members of our Armed your
r I LARGE LOT NICE LOCATION ,-: may be heard within thirty (30)
rl + claimed coring honors with 14 daya attar the date of thla notice I
provides a
-, ....L.t PRICE $3,500 J .' +;" points to his. credit in the recent and request clemency. Wpr friendship, your hospitality.
DATED at Florida, this
R" contest. Shuford Burney and ;;; 2nd., day Hlarkeb..uary. A. D., ,, from home and eas:csthy great,
Thornton each connected with 8 5. :, 'touch of home away
: -. -., ZACH It. :
NEW SIX ROOM HOUSE points for BHS.Hawthorne. do
'' t-; V LOT 50x100 ' DefeatedIn Of Petitioner Oalneavllle Florida Attorney for heart-hunger lonesomeness. Resolve now to

1], PRICE $3,500, 1*'o\'...,......;... meeUng Hawthorne on the 11! cmcriT COURT_ BRADFORD ,.;; it. Take one or more members ofsomething'about
I local court

djr Tornadoes sive 41.19 defeat administered to the a visitors deci- JoiHle CKRVEarneat Fowler 8. Fowler Defendant.; Plaintiff Ca. the Services under your friendly wing. Entertain

bringing their win record to 7 out 349x. the USO. It's duty
r of the 9 games played this ORDER OF PUBLICATION them. Cooperate with your .
", sea- AND NOTICE
son. The BHS lads early .seized STATE OF FLORIDA to 'heavy
Jessie making
all they're
Fowler their right.
v & '"{ the advantage and with fine floor who. addreaa la Long -and ,
: Beach California.March .
LOT 217x210 1.' ;
f play did not lose
their .
lead at .re
I BARGAIN $2,000 I y tW.T.CLUTEREALTOR any time during the contest 12th.. 12451Inctheabove sacrifices for all of. us.
Court and cause wherein Jp'of
Shuford led the.way connecting plaintiff seeks divorce and Custody ,.saY

with :S field goals and 2 from the of Children. Bradford County yolJ
Telegraph shall publish this Order thin ar
charity r
11' closely followed by In next four weakly Issues.

Turner with 9 and Thornton with Wltneaa mv hand and official seal friendshIP p bertcea&t
8. at Btarke, Forlda. this
Lelthelaer February
was high
1 man for 81h.. 19U.cnFFICIAL. anY
the losers with 4 field goals to SEAL). A. J. Thomas at i
his credit Aa Clerk of said Court.
a d P K. K/ Perry Starke '
man. Florida beericei;
IlIIS Lone .
to G'vllle '
Atly for I'lt. I-t 41 t'lt .
119 EAST CALL STREET STARKE In meeting the powerful Purple !' J
Hurricanes of Gainesville Tues- 'Ol'Tir, FLORID.'. IX nFoiu CHAN JAX BREWING COMPANY i Jacksonville
day night the Tornadoes under- CeIIYLillian ,
Schati ROM nf eld. Plaintiff,

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