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 16, 1945
Frequency: weekly
Subject: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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Bibliographic ID: UF00027795
Volume ID: VID04902
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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|oo/ of Thread That's Something Else. . FORD "COUNTY TELEGPH

linderson Describes Bartering On Molucca . ,

Molucca Inland. NJE.I. nance Company, found that his Official County Publication Established In 1877 ,
SO January, 1045 best friend from Sandstone had --

kiting From the Rear arrived here with a batch of re- I VOLUME SIXTV-SKVEN tt 8TAKKK. FLORIDA. KKIHAY. FEBRUARY 1C, IH ?.... NUMUEK SEVKNT J NEarly

/battle front correspondent placements. He ambled over to ,
llctly out of a Job.. Thin the infantry unit to which the ,'
a battle rear. Our, island friend was assigned prepared for Start Mrs. Fales To Aid All ServicemenWill Thieves Active Salvage
entirely our aa'.oon as .a homecoming, but found his pal's War Fund Drive: On Temple AvenueThe
for outfit was in the ,
it from the Insects mop-up fighting '
bs that aren't'already kUl- put In the jungle for the week. Army wives and cfyUans will Templ44 Lake Service
To Be 'Made In Be Listed
captured are starving tolot Three days later Larson combine in their effort-', see the Station onir.Twnpl* Aver. ownedby Be Resumed j

dying from disease in learned that his friend was killed r Red Cross War Fun| Drive go L. M.' 'Qalnfcai and K, E. ,Mun-
Wed mountains and steam In a jungle clearing when hit over the top In Starke.
the head Red Cross Drive On Display BoardAt do'rf was broken; into some time In StarkeThe
glee In the Interior where on by a cane of O ra- An organization nteetlng was
fantry cannot penetrate, .tlons which C-47s' were drop. held Wednesday morning at the after midnigh Tuesday. The

f from all supplies, their' ping to our hungry troop Church Service ,Center"?,at' which thieves took 33, tire certificates,
re numbered.. Some of II What a way to leave this N. Sternberg chairman of the Mra. Warren Fales put before the last the long hoped for all the gas Coupons, and three Rev) Orover ,Alison ,has ac-
captured world! 1945: War Fund Drive In Brad group a goal of 100 percent givIng roster of Bradford's service. men cartons of cigarettes. The tire cepted the appointment 'from the I
(their ...." .. Oh well, either way-on the ford County st ate d yesterday by Army wives .to the Red is to be a reality Bill Parker certificates ware found Wednes, *
y State Committee to < i ir
1 ten den- ,',ff: head or on the stomach-C rations that plans for a quick campaignto Cross drive. local sign painter, began work on day morning;|>by little Martha i Salvage serve
'ti raise the local the the board this week, after the as Salvage Chairman for Starke.
I d 1 ssipate : ., are sure death except thaton 914,200 quotaare Volunteers from among Anne W1nk.l back of their radio
pressure tiIo '. the stomach the process Is already under way. The drive Army wives: will be called upon Board of County Commissioner's repair shop. ',.Tha thieves came In Plans are underway for the Boy
|a rvatlon) \t ..JiI' painfully long drawn out. If you officially opens March 1, but solicitation for the house to' house canvassof authorized the building of it. The a front window." and Girl Sooof organizations: to 1

6 too weakr don't believe me, just ask any In the business district the local Army i, Vlv SMrs. board will 1 I coat approximately Kitty's plate; was also brokenin take over the...collection 'of all *
y their ;: 1 GI who's maneuvered on C rations will start before that,date.L. F. F. Beattie was seized.. to be In $400 and Is to be 44x13 ft. and by way of,a back door on the scrap paper and collections will
|one and ,, I H.- Hill of Lawtey, with charge of the organization set up will be centered with the figureof same night.:? There they broke: start In the near future

unarmedtaken. : Lie and Listen others from that community, are in, cooperation with Mrs. Junius an eagle In gold. The words open the 'jooh) box and took the At the same, time the Stark.'
.' ,.' We're getting the latest news planning a meeting within the Smith. : across the top will also be In money from(tt, and also some I' Woman's Club. moved to collectall

air raids and views over the spiderweb next week. Waldron demons'' of I I raised gold lettering cigarette."a'b>]( of cigars! and a, tin cans for salvage. Tin as
be over, network while lying in bed. The I Heilbronn Springs with a com Funeral Services Each name will be painted, last few drinks. fc?, I well as paper .is well Up.on the
d mittee composed of Tully Norman name first. In alphabetical order, critical the '
for good ., Signal Company across the street list Issued by State
i the has a powerful radio receiver. Oliver Underhill, Russell Carter, This Afternoon'For leaving room for names to be 'l1'i Salvage Committee. Mrs. H. L
ing They Meet
week without the excitef Private Kenneth Patterson (Neosho Lonzie Starling Clayton craw- Mrs. MorganMrs. added In the future. There will Jennings will act M Salvage

[ a false alert Mo.) dispatcher for our mO- ford and Perry Newsome, have be space for 58 names to the After, The War Chairman for the. "Woman's Club
ou know any boys In this tor park a quarter of a mile from planned an organization meeting Vida Morgan, affection. column and there are three' columns : MK; Alison:: with the) cooperation
OD cease (for the time the radio, is an avid newshound for. Thursday Feb. 22. at 7:3O p. atelyknown, to her",Wide circle of to the section with the Staff:fsrffant w J. :McMIllen 01'Mrs. I H. C. Brawn, Girl.
to' About them,, but has no receiver of his own. m., In the Heilbronn School House. friends as Aunt ,'Vlda and a board divided into six sections.A now serving' ,as an aerial &'UnnerWlth' Scout Leader"sad 'Mrs..'Jennings
only worry possible threat to With permission of the Signal They will see that plans are com- familiar figure in Starke for the letter will be used ,to designate the,;l&tH Air Force In Italy, from the Woman's Club ta making'
the' branch of ..rvieerafter little. below
and shown
| Mfety to that.,of ,"bunk; CO; he strung a twin strand of pleted whereby every person In past 62 years, died,at her home, the lady plans to keep .a steady flow of
symptom of which are Insulated number 30 wire,, on that community will have an opportunity 31ft East Madison St..'Wednesday each name with a gold star following have a lot, to scrap movtngv"; 1 .
the names of those"killed look forward to _.
oocoanut trees.from the radio ,to to make a contribution.Mr. Feb. 14. She had 'been in ill
|ht on by too little to do In action. One section of the when the ,Wails r f"- In the past, Starke has had several
Sternberg' also announced and'contlned'to '
nuch to eat, and too much his. desk, connected on a pair of health her home '", I Salvag,..drives, however, Ina
board will be for names of the over. ;For him It i'
chairmen for other districts
earphones he "poHced up". from as for several months, and was 74
We're. USO- sol- short time Interest lagged and
j !
colored men serving with our will \
mean -
|now- the air corps, and promptly\ be- follows: T. C. Chaataln Hampton; years of age at the time of her armed forces.'' ( they were' discontinued( for one
came, 'he best informed news S., J. Norman Vanderbilt; death. :\ another- It Is
ever, too much play'and. not : k''I: reason or the hope i
in the F. T. Abernathy, Graham; Eugene Born at Mtddleburg January The board is to'be erected on daughter Victor '
work makes Ot 'Jack a analyst company. on and plan to.keep this organization j
boy and lots of us are The rest of us were quick to Long, Brooker; S. L. Crews, New 23.'1871; Mrs. Morgan spent most the West side of the courthouse, 1 la (Skipper) .... working as long. as there Is any i
the "move on" fever. catch on, and now a sptderweb River; Miss Ida Hagan Theressa. of her girlhood at _Waldo where on Temple Ave. When restrlcttons now six months . / i need for'the scrap material. Any
Is Mum of.wire radiates from the radio Mrs. Ruth Morse is In charge of her father, ,the late Rev.., Levy on outdoor lighting are lift old and she in 1 : I iI iI one laterested In helping "In this
Money _
for the die ed, the County will make arrange turn will mther '
organization outlying
ley doesn't talk much over Into three different company Branntoff; -was pastor "-of the I undertaking 'Is requested to con-

|In fact it barejy! whispers areas. Dozens of old telephone trict around Starke."It Methodist Church for many years. ments for neon. tubes to bs placed they've'daddy.: beendenied Soar ... tact 'Mr..,,;Alison'or'.Mrs.;'Jennings
around the board for lighting. "n.
want to buy something receivers or earphones can be con- Is essential that Bradford On July 26, 1893 she was marriedto at once. '
bt being robbedyoq've got nected to any of the wiring at County shoulder Its share of the John W. Morgan of Starke Parents or relatives of any, service tele prlvdlege ,-
of Introduction. '
ter with something 'besides any point wtth good audible response. load in this nation-wide drive for and bad made tief home rhere. man who volunteered for the an 1 hEld:( MH K CANS contain
Sgt. MoMUlen left for overseas
the realm Manhattan: Is- .'. No less than 75 of these $180,000,000 to continue the Red ever since. armed services prior to the passIng twice as much tin M othet"cans.
tyle, to get a reasonablen. contraptions are now parasites of Cross' world-wide operation with Her husbandr.wao'died: In April of the selective service act duty November and althoughhis To Openi}. atnon"the store until t-
| Any old beat-up ,$15- the Signal' radio. battle front troops in hospitalsand 1937. had lived bt Starke since in 1940, are asked to bring in or daughter 'was born I several lead ,sealer" (Is softened!',' an months before that time, he was
ew radio costs at least Every tent Is a listening post on the 'home front" Chair- 1864, and he and Mrs. Morganwere mail to the local selective service unable to furlough to by tapping the can tn,the'Iuddle, J,
cash but can the and GI. lle'.abed under their man Bternberg stated in announcing associated for many yearsin board the names .at such servicemen arrange a both ends will fall off.."[ItVemoy.Please : .
get before
; you visit her sailing So Skipper "
[radio for a quart of Jungle mouqulto netaat night with plans for opening. the .local Morgan's Store.; a familiar as the local board has no and. her. .try Itt

Captain O.. C: McOavldbmb 'phones plastered over their campaign.. landmark on Call Street. In spiteof record of volunteers during that mother, ,the former ;. ." .. ., .,, -; >"'
Miss.), who was my ears listening. to everythingfrom "The task for tee next 12 her advanced years she con- time .Jflmmle c'' ( <,6.! Any .time aF'ltirlda' hoy goes,
boss all of 184 at, Blan- Rob Hope, the favoriteOI months will .be greater for the tinued to run after Davis'' of Stark: mto,'battle. lthouta'.yretta'. iwounded

hell I was.,on the sjtafrof comedian, to Tokyo Rose who Red Cross than ever, before for Mr. :Morgan's .death until forcedto Wounded,Overseas., Walt here for and. dies' ;.he had Just SO
'The brings us our favorite phoao.tral not only must it serve !she then .retire some t time ago because ....". '\ chances"01of, ,a hundred of dy-
w .
atvlsion'-whl'Ch.r.";.n he e..' .tlne4wthe it ....raph'"tecords __ ht-'tadiie". lit""-the" a+ar- one'r! ;tfut'iif4:.wfir'be" 'U"1U .',:eatt-: ....., ... nOW Visiting.. ,Here 4... ''hr.-o daddy 1 kfilt to':'finish tttn.6! .>"*;;:**?*%!*.,4CJ\ *!.wounds BUT:.,",., a $
native fllageTThat Japan. ,'' required to give Increasing asal.toance :Mrs. ,:Morgan :will.-be greatlymissed Pvt. William Jordan wounded home, .to meet he ri had 10 chances/out' of a nun-
t his fancy. Tie; canine"<f shook.', THAT y

[ to me like a cross between 'a'headset here bymy .cot.*. the United States," Mr. Stern- welt.. known and loved by her and France, is visiting his uncles Sgt. McMillan's I SHOCK is not necessary; THAT ,.

idle and a spaniel, but is \( New Movie Star berg continued.In many friends.. She always had and aunts In Starke Mr, and Mrs. home Is )in Mead- TIN PAIN- not necessary; TWO ((2)
Months ago while we we r estaging' invasion during the time to stop and chat with CANS from your kitchen will
criss-cross of every any-
,bly a every- Tim Jordan and Mr. and Mrs. vllle. and he
j on the Island that barks. in New Guinea for the past year, the chairman pointedout one who dropped into her place Paddy Libretti. was s t a Honed make the syrette that will 'save 't
against this island a the Red Cross has either of business and liked to watch him. ;
alive owner refused a gilder operation Pvt. Jordan whose home is in for severalmonths
gliders, any amount for the Signal Corps movleman exposeda gone with the troops or has followed young people enjoying themselvesat Brooklyn, N. Y., received severe at the Keystone AAF NOTIONThe : ]
|But Mac brought two spools few feet of his film In our within _a very short time. their social events and enter- artillery\ shrapnel wounds in the near Starko, He has been awarded -

fread out of his pocket and truck park showing Motor Ser- Over 10 million pints of blood tainments.Mrs. leg while his outfit, the 45th Infantry the Air Medal and the Sol Starke Rationing Board
|eal was cinched. The Na- geant Guy Lecroy (Center, Ala.) have been obtained since the war Morgan Is survived by Division was making an dier's Modal for meritorious ser will be closed to the public on
vas all smiles; thought he waterproofing a Jeep so It would started, and during the past year three sisters: Mrs. Susie M. Wills attack a g a i nst the enemy in vice. Me will be remembered Wednesday afternoons beginningthe r
un a sandy on the Captain. continue to run even if submerged the Red Cross has met requestsof of Tampa; Mrs. Florence A. Ennis France near the German borderon here as the soldier who rescued first Wednesday in March until -
tnder<< shorts, under shirts, to windshield depth.At both Army and Navy for whole of Miami and Mrs. Irene B. Peelerof October 13. He had been overseas the pilot from the burning plane' further notice.W. Ll

\ and cigarettes will get the show the other night blood, shipments to battle areas. Jacksonville. 15: months at the Keystone Air Field.It L. Blafr, Chief Clerk. j ;
| anything a native has to during the "SWPA NE".S"what be&IJ Millions of surgical dressingshave Funeral services will be held Upon leaving Starke Pvt. Jor-
and should flash on the been prepared for front line this afternoon (Friday) at 3 oU I
relatively dirt cheap, dan will return to the England
think he got the best of sheet screen but Lecroy water- and hospital use and Red Cross clock In the Methodist Church General Hospital Atlantic City, Chamber of Commerce Plans t I
By the way-I underlet proofing that Jeep. Only about workers at packaging centers with the Rev. W. J. Churchwell N. J. for continued treatment.He Program 11:1:
that cigarettes. are good four months had lapsed-our have maintained a steady stream officiating. Interment will be In wears the Expert Infantryman -
[bartering In the States news Is really late stuff, ain't of Prisoner of War food parcels 'Crosby Lake Cemetery under the Badge and the Purple Heart. "
ft now, too. It? When I. say LATE I mean for shipment to Germany and the direction of DeWitt C. Jones. For Advertising Bradford CountyChamber ::1
Sure Death four months late! Everyone Far East. These are Just a few Pallbearers will be John H.
M. C. Stith .
few weeks' ago the cheered "Yaaaa, Lecroy! We of the many services pointed out Powell, Freeman Register, E. L. Dr.
i mop-up very drive was in full all congratulate the new "star" by Mr. Sternberg.At Matthews, W. A. Scott, J. B. At Baptist Church pays to advertise-at least. of Commerce Is now ,
on the Isle. About that every time,we see him! the same time the Red Carlisle and L. G. Powell. the Starke Chamber of CommerceIs formulating" Mr. Smith stated.
jr Sergeant Carl Larson. (Sand- Why doesn't anything excitingever Cross has not relaxed its tradi- Sunday Feb. 18, those who at- convinced it will pay Bradford "Everyone In business here todayIs
In time Church of County to try and make the ser- vitally Interested In the futureof
Minn.) over in the Ord- happen to me? tional service to humanity Lenten Series tend the Flnst Baptist
: of disaster and more than 200 Starke will have the privilege'' of vice men and their families, now Starke and will undoubtedlywant
emergencies during the past year Starts At St. Mark'sThe hearing Dr. M. C. Stlth. executive In our midst, conscious of the to become a member of the
ry AnniversaryBe Scouts To Attend have found workers on the job to secretary of the District of many advantages of buying a Chamber of Commerce in order 4i
Of Honor relieve stricken families and to Vent Fred G. Yerkes, arch Columbia Baptist Convention. He home hero and remaining in this to help support our program of '
Celebrated43rd aid in the rebuilding of com deacon of the Eastern Deaneryof will bring both the morning and section after the war. advertising and other promotion." ''I +
Members of both Starke Scout munities. the Diocese of Florida and for evening messages. As a start In the right direction UFHcrlbes Hospital Need

anniversary of Rotary attend the Court of "For all these and many more mer priest In charge of St. Mark's Dr. Stith Is the son-in-law of a committee was appointed Dr. M. B. Herlong was present
latlonal will be observed injte Troops will reasons, every man. woman and Mission In Starke,. will be first Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Brownlee andIs at the Chamber of'Commerce and described the great need fora
with 'a Rotary-Ann event Honor to be held at Lawtey Mon child In Bradford County should in a series of guest preachers to now visiting In Starke meeting Tuesday night to hospital in Starke and the at-

held In the USO Club, cor- day night.M. support the 1945 Red Cross War be heard here at the Friday Sunday School classes at 9:45a. : start work on' plans for an ad- traction It would be for prospective -

K Temple and Washington C. Ware Scoutmaster of the Fund drive to the fullest extent evening Lenten services In St. m. will study "Treasures of vertising f o 1 der, descriptive of residents looking over the
Friday night, Feb. 23. troop sponsored by the Metho possible" Mr. Sternberg concluded. Mark's Church. the Kingdom" from Matthew. At Starke, Camp Blandlng and the advantages of the community before -
I addition to his Rotary-Ann; dist Church, announces that four Mr. Yerkes Is now living in 6:15: : the Training Unions will fine possibilities of Bradford dec I din g to settle here.
i member of the club will betted now boys were enrolled this week Gainesville and Is priest in chargeof meet to discuss the topic "Whatis County farming and livestock Whether or. not a hospital wouldbe d

to Invite one "outside"e and It is believed that this troop Sold Episcopal Mission churches in Man's Destiny?" The evening raising. "a paying proposition" Is be-
as his guest. Supper will Is leading In the attendance con- Depot Cafe Cedar Key Melrose Waldo, High service at 7:30: wIll feature request These' folders will be used to side the point, Dr. Herlong stat
|rved at 8:30 o'clock and Jun- test for March. Members of thewinning To New ResidentsMrs. Springs Trenton and Cross City.It songs In addition to Dr. answer routine questions that come ed. "They are expensive to operate
f. Smith and J. P; Hlggln- troop will be awarded is with great pleasure that his Stlth's sermon. to the C h a m ber Of Commerce and whether or not one

m. members of the enter- tickets to the Florida Theatre.An L. L. DeLoach who is at former congregation will welcome' The public Is Invited to attend from time to time for Informa- would ,pay its way here would
eat committee are cooking Important meeting of both presnt teaching in the VanderbUt his return to Starke for this aU services. tion concerning Bradford Countyand depend upon how much charity
for an unusual program. Troop Committees will be held at school, recently purchased the special Lenten Service. will also be ,,placed in USO work it would be necessary to do.

| stated that each person at- 115! p. m. Wednesday, followingthe Depot Cafe on Washington Stand Following Is the Lenten program Methodist Church Clubs and other public place.) However, we must make up our
ng will have a definite parte Rotary Club luncheon, and all plans soon to make Improvements being carried out at St. where. service men can obtain minds that this Is a necessary
| program but will not learnit members are urged to make a In the building. both Inside Mark's: Plans Lent SeriesThe them both for their own Information public expense and,provide funds
Is until he actually ar- special effort to attend. and out. Each Wednesday 8 a, m.-.Celebration : and to send to the folks from some other source if the
at the party. Mrs. DeLoach Is the wife of of Holy Communion.. Rev. W. J, Churchwell back home. hospital la not self-supporting,"

h member of the club and WoundedWord i" Sgt. L. I* DeLoach who has'been Each Thursday-Young People's pastor of the Starke Methodist As another advertising feature, Dr. Herlong concluded.
otary-Ann Is expected be Jackson stationed at Camp Blending for service 8:30 p. m.; special group Church, has announced a seriesof the Commerce group decided to It is not proposed by the Chamber

nt at this ladles-night event. received this week more than a year. They are for pre-school age children. All subjects for the Lenten seasonin purchase aqua ntlty of colored of Commerce to promote the
was Wm. Jackson had originally from Norman. Okla., young people invited. a special pamphlet Issued this post cards, picturing scenes of construction of a hospital at the
that Pvt. Billy wounded In Lux- home of the University of Okla Each Friday 7:30: p. m.-Even week. Starke and telling a brief storyof present time, but this .Is definitelyon
wtey Women Join been slightly Jan. 27. No other homa. I. ing prayer with guest speaker The subject: Sunday morning at Bradford County. These cards the program of poet-war
Day Of Prayer embourg, on sent but will be Sgt.and Mrs. DeLoach are very I 11 o'clock will be "The Open will be placed In local USO Clubs "wants" for the county. '
details were, Pvt. Jackson had much Impressed with Florida's i Helpful Hen Door". The choir Is renderingspecial for the use of service men. As Industry Seeks Site
i Friday evening Feb. 18 at known later. short while climate and other advantages and music during the season I these cards will be sent to friends M. Raybln stated that he had
been overseas only a Starke their and the to : and relatives In all parts of the been in touch with a. garment
m. the women of Lawtey wounded. His address is: plan to make per- Irvin Dyal of Graham has a pastor urges everyone
when Co. manent home.Manassas. very valuable buff-and-black Minorca set aside one hour each Sabbathto country, It Is believed that they manufacturer who was Interested
join in Worldof Jackson-34837683,
observing the Pvt W. T. PM. hen. She lays, a giant attend services, using "The will provide an effective and Inexpensive m coming to this locality If "the
Prayer, The Grace Math C, 318th Inf. APO 80. care Win doubt e. yoke egg every other Upper Room" a. a dally devo- means of advertising usual concessions" were made by

Church has been chosen as N. Y.. N. Y.Winkler. .day. The sample that :Mr. Dyal tional and the sacrificial Lenten Bradford County. the community, such as providinga

meeting place. "The voice of Three Starke brothers. Henry, brought Into the Telegraph of- bank as an offering.At Membership. Drive building, etc. Mr. Raybln was
er will not be silent nor 'tie Recovers Arthur and George Manassa fice last week weighed a quarterof the evening service, singing Junius ]1C 1 Smith, chairman of told to get full details concerningthis
n of praise die away" as members of the bowling a pound. In these days when will be led by Sanford Ritch the membership committee, an- : manuf t u r e r and report
i sunrise In the Tonga Is- E. A. Winkler local electrician were team winning the Southeastern eggs are golden, that's a pretty assisted by the Junior choir The nounced plans for an Intensive I back at.the next meeting.It .
a near the Date Line In: the Is improving In Alachua County championship I n a tournament good sort of bird to have around. subject will be, "Unsatisfactory drive to be conducted here within was decided for the time beIng
fit Ocean to sunset In' St. Hospital, Gainesville after being held in Atlanta last week. The Alternatives". Youth Fellowship the next few days. "I do not to meet on the''' second and
rence Island off Alaska, the carried there Sunday by his famIly . other two members of the five- meets at 8:30 p. m.. Prayer believe that we will have any fourth Friday nights In each
ch will be keeping her watche with'a serious arm w'0"0.0 team were Glen Quaint and Recent Marriages meeting Wednesday evening at trouble getting new members month at 8 o'clock in the court

peoples around the worldbe Doctors have performed severaloperations man Lavern Felton. They won by Ea Mae Lamoree and LeRoy 7:30: o'clock and WSCS Monday when the business men learn a- house. The next meeting will be '

observing this! special on the arm and he is 158 pins. I Robert Rhoden, both of Hampton. afternoon at 3:30.: bout the constructive program the on March 9.,.

C. M. Worthington, pastor. now out of danger.



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, i\\ THE BRADFORD Uncle

J r ': Established 1877 It's a big event. . Have a Coca-Cola
I /
t"'I f -JAW
I E. I- Matthews _________ Editor and Owner
J 4 .1 ___
\ II! r Published Weekly on Friday and Entered a* Second Claw Matter If you're rated a. a "clerk"
:: : at the Post OffU. at Starkc. Florida. and work for the Post QM
_, Property Section, Camp Blan- i
I Iw
I The Germans Shoot @ "ON THE SECOND DAYTheir ding, Flft., you are requested
of the German breakthrough -two or more time a year-
Prisoners; J We at a road june- to fill out a detailed report

Feed Ours Shortcake Uon near Malmedy, Ger- bowing just what you do durIng -
man tanks overpowered a the time from 8 a. m. to

little column of American trucks. The Germans herded 4:80: p. m. on working days. I
r some 159 American prisoners into a field by the road.A Then you have to figure out I .
German officer spoke to a tankman who shot at the the percent! of time you spend'on i l
each and every little thing.In I j _
Another German then set
+ prisoners with a pistol. up the first report I made out
Schmeisser machine pistol in an armored car, mas-
t a I was so anxious to Impress my '
sacred the Americans at point blank range. The men boss that I put down so many; '. j
who were still alive lay among the dead for an hour. percents they added' up to 256< ? 1
Some of them moaned and the Germans shot themin instead of the measly 100 that I
the head. Finally many of the Germans went away. was required. When I made my; i
Then the survivors, most of them wounded got up second report I' had only enough] i
Y' .j and ran to a woods. Fifteen of them, weeping with figures to add up to 22. I had S i
yk rage, got back to tell what hap p ened. When the 00 much trouble with those two I
3 Americans took back the road junction in January they I reports that I decided It wouldbe I,
'best to one well In
looked to see what the Germans had done. Brushing advance and. not knowing what I
away the snow, they found 115 bodies many of them might be required the next go-
frozen in the same positions in which they died. Someof round I.decided to make a report ; .'
them still with their hands above their heads.- showing how my time was M"' r'w

_ Life magazine, Feb. 5. employed during the entire 24
hours of the day. Here's a dupli- I

"Here is a sample of some of the meals Ger- % cate copy:
man prisoners of war received at MacDill Field, 6 A. M.-Crawl from under iL _
Florida: the cover and after a bit of

"Dinner: Turkey a la king, parsley potatoes, yawning, stretching: and (gruntIng -

.. cauliflower, celery and pickles, bread, butter, choco- with;, manage the same to get amount on my feet of . or having fun at the family reunion

late cake, coffee."Breakfast. assistance a poor old cow baa

: Grapefruit, dry cereal, fresh" to, have after a long, hard Baby takes his first steps toward his dad home on furlough, and
milk, boiled eggs, toast, butter, jam,and coffee. winter. Get the k-oil stove going
"Luncheon: kVeal steak, lyonnaise potatoes, to heat water for coffee circle beams in friendly happy reunion. And of course, there's Coca-Cola /
y stewed corn, fruit salad, bread, butter, peaches and pit-bath and shave. Twenty
coffee- minutes later I'm clothed and from the family refrigerator to add its life and sparkle.To visitors and family

potatoes ready for two big cup of coffee alike the words H", .,.a CAe are the signal for a friendly get-together. Plan to
1 t.b.big., warmed-over
bread, butter, cinnamon rolls and coffee. freckled-faeed sour-dough blscnlta have a supply of Coca-Cola ready ice-cold: in the refrigerator Coca-Cola stands

"German prisoners are served butter three from Mrs.and Han-ell a curtain on how lecture to ,for tb*pace **"** J.shn-a happy symbol of a'friendly way of life.OTTlfD .
times a day, seven days a week. During other
tr days of the same week they had fried pork chops conduct myself throughout the t You naturally hear Coca-CoU
day. $ UNDtl AUTHOIITT Of TMI COCA-CO1A COMPANY If called by its friendly bbravUtfamCtOu
bacon and beef stew, spareribs roast veal .
r eggs ,
; -
6:40: A. M. sharp-Leave house \ Both EMU the quality pnd.
roast, beef, baked ham and baked beans with salt to catch ride for Camp Blending, STARKE COCA-COLA BOTTLING CO. net of The Coo-Cola Company.
nnrlc.. .
7:43: : A. M.-Reach my little
"Theare. also fed Boston cream pie for dinner two-by-four office and as busy oIP45MC.Ca
4i butterscotch pudding, pineapple 1 fritters, aa a bee in a tar bucket until
marble cake fruit cobbler, mince pie, peach short- 8:15: checking colored employee
cake and other fancy dishes. on-and off (AWOL)." Then start
"Meanwhile American boys held by*the Germans calling the various warehouses
complain that were it not for Red Cross where the white employes work,
packages provided them by relatives they would that I keep time for to find out
be lust which ones are present, sick
hungry constantly.
-Washington Merry-Go-
), or OOAD (off on a drunk).
Round, Feb. 4.
e By 9 A. M. my report are
ready for the pay-roll clerks at
"Master Sgt. Arthur J, Harrison who was cap- the Property Office. Of course, HOW THE
tured on Bataan and rescued recently in the American I generally make a few mistakes ..
coup at Cabanatuan said the Japanese used to hold but I do that on purpose :.
auctions in front of the prison gate, where the prisoners to have aa excuse to call
1' could see,, and hear.- Articles auctioned off were I up those roo d-Iooklug payroll -
food clothing and I toilet articles from the Red Cross clerks. < ;
prisoner of war packages. The prisoners were allowed From 9 A. M. to High 'noon *
to know that 27 bags of personal mail had arrived in I'm busy with routine office

the camp for them, but the Japanese 'took two yearsto work to explain and to answeringphone some high muckety-calls BROWNOUT"WILL

censor it before they began distribution, Harrison myck Just why I failed to fur
}F asserted."-Associated Press dispatch, Feb. 4. nish him with the 10-man detail
that he'd requested the day before .
; "German prisoners of war, many of them arrogant ;when I didn't even have
insolent and considered beyond political enough colored help to fill the
rehabilitation, get rationed foods denied civilians regular assignment for the various
< 'and in some cases receive scarce foods requiring warehouses. AFFECT YOU !
four times the food stamps now allowed American From high noon to 12:30 P.
civilians." Washington M. I eat lunch (If I have time
; Merry-Go-Round, Feb. 4.
r4' and anything to eat) and cues r

"More than 15,000 prisoners held by the Jap- my wright old because friend Truby he's not\Valn-run-
anese died in the two years ended June 1944 after Unlike the blackout and dimout
ning for an office now and furnishing regulations of the early years of the war, the
T" being to kind
subjected every of degradation and abuse me with free country

while building ,a rail line from Bangkok to Moulmein sausage and f r e e-gathered/ new brownout order of the WPB to electric users is not concerned with mil.
under Japanese supervision . Inhuman treatment Rhode Island Red eggs like he
"i ,''t4 and rotting food was their common lot."-United Press did when he was a candidate itary security. It is for conservation of vital fuels and is effective 24 hours
dispatch Feb. 3.
several years back. -
? From 12:30: to 4:30: I'm as of every day, starting February 1.
The daily quota of such startlingly contrasting itemsas busy as a newly-married couple

( the ones quoted here cannot help but infuriate the Bettln' up housekeeping, ana we r- w
( American man-in-the-street who cannot understand l log the phone and booking orders

why those entrusted with the care of German prisoners for the next day's extra labor It Is, necessary to conserve fuels. One of necessary for conduct of business of
requirements that I know I'll be
} in this country are concerned with the strict letterof unable to fill. the ;ways is by eliminating or reducing outdoor establishments.
the Geneva Convention when
have shown time and Germany and Japan At 4:30 I'm through with certain types of lighting at all times of
again that
they consider it just my office work and ready to -Outdoor decorative and outdoor ornamental -
another "scrap of paper". check-out the colored employee, the day or night. ; lighting.
tr When accused of pampering prisoners of war while telling them Just what to
Army officials say they must abide by the strict expect If they're not present There is no shortage of electric power. 4-Show window lighting except where
letter of the Geneva Convention because the next morning./ Experience
any Infraction There
}ts fear of
no lighting silhouetting for interior illumination.
,4. _'k thereof would cause Germany and Japan teaches me that a Sunday'&hool necessary
to treat our prisoners worse. The convention provides 8 U erlntendent should ships for enemy submarines, no serving 5-Marquee lighting in of 60
excess watts
ti, >> never be a labor foreman fora
prisoners be fed the -
same rations as as beacons to enemy plane.s. This WPB ,
I for
bunch of colored workers.! each
U. S. soldiers. But is naive marquee.
anyone enough to
*; believe the Germans That Is, If he expects to hold order seeks to save coal and other vital
Agg or Japanese are feeding their up his head and look his 6-Wh.1 street lighting in of
young way excess
W prisoners the fuels by .
same rations they feed their men? If Sunday School pupils In the reducing or eliminating.some electric
; so, these incurable optimists have only to look at eye with a clear conscience.At lighting. the amount determined i by local I public

-, the ghastly photographs of men who have been 4:40: I'm ready to catch a authority to be necessary 'for public
yy'r released or who have escaped from such camps. ride back to( Lawtey. Arrive The types of lighting specifically affected safety.
ail If strict adherence to the Geneva Convention were home about 5:45: and usually
a to better the lot of even one American soldier In a have to, give a good excuse for are according to the order as follows! 7 Outdoor sign lighting except for direc
Japanese German being a little late, as Mrs. H.
camp stick tional
"' say 1 or identification
to It, but such high-minded sportsmanship is utterly knows we pass right by four or -Outdoor advertising and outdoor pro. signs using not

lost on the depraved enemies we are fighting. five beer emporiums in Starke.At motional lighting. more than 60-watts per establishment,

Perhaps you say we should not stoop to the level and 6 P. M. I put on the feedbag for doctors and for hotels, and other
eat three
of our' enemies, and we would hasten to agree. We one sitting to make square up mealsat for 2-outdoor display lighting except where public lodging establishments. *
r} would not want to
see a single German or Japanese the two I skipped.
d prisoner of war starved or flogged to death. But on For the next couple of hours
r .a' the other hand, why try to kill 'em with kindness? I C glance over the paper, listen I Remember/This

To see a photograph of American prisoners lying stiff to; and agree with what my wife !.". WPB regulation is effective, day and night,
in the snow where they were shot down by their Ger- has to say, then go to bed at 8 .
j man captors, and then to read that German prisoners o'clock sharp, forgetting to washy starting February 1. Remember, too, don't waste ANY electric
+Yh in this country are being served Boston feet or put the cat out. Get
cream pie and
pineapple fritters is just too much for justice-loving up ten minutes later and do !: service just because isn't rationed or specifically prohibited.
Americans to stomach. both; and, from then to the time ";> .
the old alarm clock goea off I P'If.
' try to sleep and listen to my wife :.,
Every drop of used cooking fat will continue to run that little coffee pot sawmill ,
'' t, t be needed until the Jap-held devastated Pacific Islands cutting knotty wind-shake i-.,
'..F. again become fat producers. pine boards.
Save and turn in .
Y used .
< cooking fats for cash and extra ration points. However I don't mind her \ "
snoring at all; that .Is, not after 4 .

t A America's textile industry will need new plants she's spent a couple of weeksup (FLORIDA PO
and equipment that "Textile In Georgia with her kin GUT COMPANY!
estimates will folks ';
cost and I is back home
again. i'

L f :. r the 640 development millions of dollars of ramie within and the other next fiber five crops.years Florida with- I'll me acknowledge a little when that It we bothered were '" ......i's. .....

r 'Ir should prove very inviting to the industry and new first married but I soon got /fill 1
mills will be established in this area it is said. Brad- used to It. A man can become ,

ford County might even get one-if anybody thought arouHtomed to most anything ..
it worth the trouble to go after it, If It lasts long enough'-.even \
the seven year Itch;


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18 1945

OYTV. Home Service ;
Georll'l.! .
'Od.nd..nt.. N() SB77. ,
Tf OF FLORIDA> to: lleorgiswhose
residence if 677 First l ,
St. Norfolk, Va.
MU are required to appear on Is Mind-Easer \ :
h 12th., I*", In the abovettd .
and cause, wherein 1a
lh fit iff seeks divorce. Bradford ,' ,
\Hlv Telegraph ahall publish this No matter what problem a service I I- td
four weekly Iseuee.itnees ha'
In next my hand and'official man or his family has (and a ,' + ') I
'at Starke. Florida, thl Feb. there are plenty in a crowded '' 'a c
, 4 '
I j 7th., I 5.riCIAI 3 ?
SEAL) A. J. Thomaa training area like Starke) the ,.'

'. Merle fLnk of LAndrum said Court., Starke. Florida Bradford County Red Cross Chap. x'. ,j
ior Pit. 2-8 U 8"2 ter la on hand to help him fi

The Home Service department '
NOTICE) TO APPMAH of the local chapter la now under ;
appearing from the sworn bill the capable direction of Mrs. MarJorie l Y 1
| filed In the Chancery t ,
inplalnt Search '
who is an experienced :: i'j
of Bradford County, Florida, welfare t
worker and i
understands 4
J. Wynn and Lou la Wynn, t
vlte, against Arthur W, Tobcy the problems that con- f ;
his wife, Margaret t. Tobey. front service men and their famlllea ; ;1
lame being; a bill to foreclose in times like these. ,;
.rtwage upon the lands that Red r \i
Cross home r75 \1
-described In the bill of com* service ranges (
ht In acid cause; that the dents from answering.questions torservicemen's y ? ;k t
Arthur W. Tobey and his ;
Margaret L. Tobey are real- wives regarding allotments
of a state and country other and family allowances !
the State of Florida.; and to delivering messages !
last known residence. and ad* emergency
was. 75 Colby Road, Atlantic, to fighting men on the Pacific '' t
nchunetts., which la stated a. atolla, Mrs. Search states.
,lulnrly an la known to plain-
That the defendants both are "Through the home service pro L..
''the age of twenty-one yearn,
gram Red
hat there Is no person in the Cross acts as a F t I=
of Florida the service of apcna 'mlnd-eaaer' for our fighting men
upon whom would bind and their '
families Mrs. Search .
said defendants.Is a : "" '""" ,/
further ordered that said said. "Its functions are as varied' : "e -
evident. defendants be, and aa the individual problems and '
yare required to appear to our home service workers '
ill of complaint tiled In said operate
,i on the Oth day of March, 24 hours a day In helping to '
otherwise the allegations of ease the hardships of war for
hill will be taken) as confessedie
said defendants. It In tur- our servicemen and their folks L
i ordered that this notice be. back home"
shed once each week for four
Kcutlve weeks In the Bradford The four major parts of Red
fcly Telegraph, a newspaper Cross home service were described >'
shed In Bradford County, Flor- '
by Mrs. Search aa: '
Starke, Florida,,'this. 7th day
February, A. D. 1945.A. ((1) Communication and Infor-
J. THOMAS mation service to fightingmen
Clerk Circuit Court,'BradfordCounty
and their families in
Florida., 24t 3-i
time of emergency;

((2) Helping facilitate emergency
furloughs by reporting on k i
home conditions at the request O 0 0

't4 of commanding officers
.' "yp 4 i nr..q ;
((3)) Assistance to servicemen,
veterans and their depen-

dents in presenting claims ? + ,
for government benefits;

(4)) Financial aid and guidance to
servicemen and their families 17' '
In time of special need. Of course, you have given before, generously .

"From the moment a man dons and from your heart. Of course,

his uniform until after he la re- -- you will give again you who have

established in his community, Red always given for others.

eerveohim"eMra" Search is available stat SUPPOSE you turned your face away themselves I and their loved ones i in the Giving to the Red Cross has always .

ed. "In the difficult days of re- you said, "I have done land they fought for . been a great proud habit,of thirty million'conversion ;t

w ,> d returning men will enough"... Suppose there were no Red, Cross to American families . proud that they

find the Bradford County Red Suppose there were no blood centers march beside our men in every land . could give . proud of Red Cross that

9pxz them 8wtcthhaPdterleagedr guidance to ass list plasma for the wounded...suppose no helping hand to do a mother's work.. .. made the giving worthwhile..

there were no Red Cross rest homes . Could sleep night mother You But this when the need is
he you greater ;
!facing.| ..problems! ;"peace.and. al. ; year
readjustment." nobed/or ydSir boy when he is furloughed with a son in the. service.When t' '". than ever',b lore .-'. .When
from the front. e' r it is your own sons we serve +

LET'S GIVE No"coffee and "at the end of a long you say, "Thank God GIVE TO THE '.: This year, when you

(A1w'31''' r ti t\4 t march, no cigarettes, no magazines, no for the Red Cross! remem. figure how much to give,.
.t. frr&
roc. u welcome Red Cross clubmobiles, no ber this 0' .It is your Red + think first,"Suppose there// 1
"x g.A> t >3w.YT g.cH, E books in the behind the lines. Red Cross:
tj, 3R3s -Pr hospitals .. Cross .Your bandages and were no

Suppose our men in enemy hands re your blood. RED CROSS Then dig deep and be glad., '

ceived no weekly food packages,,.. supYes and your money tool For wherever he isThe 1 ,

pose they were left to scrape along,living r

on alien,bread.. .no cheering mail from

LI home. ,x no tie of any kind between

, RED CROSS is at t his side l

zr '

WAR FUND :: ::' ':: .' r"t1'oo' ffie /eon Cross is YOU ,




'U'atR: 7 ltGfued

'u'll be amazed PAINT at how quickly! and Chairman Nat Sternberg Will Need Your Help Volunteer Now!

fly you can brighten up drab rooms

6th SPRED. One coal covers! No n

ier-odort! No bruih
r***- t7> clem longed Come laMIJT

lad, let demon. ; ;, '
tins lhac SPItED it you by GIS L A I N' S : BRADFORD HARDWARE CO. ..... :" ,- <" BLANDING TAILORS
,",, i 'j' At Blending Center
lea", water-thinned palatal FLORIDA BANK AT STARKE '

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exercise by sprinting from her Board office
II Young People's GroupIs Sub-District Meet Birthday Party For front door across the street to -

;: SOCIETY and CLUBS EntertainedThe Of Young Adult Richard Kidd, Jr. the next corner every morning: at Well, guess that about
8 o'clock sharp, on way to herp. up the little black
I home of Mr. and Mrs. 1* Group Held Here Mrs. R. G. Kldd gave a birth- o. position . Add things I'd time . So long book tOr

I Shields-Prevatt Baptist Circles Meet S. Hutto was the scene of a hap- The sub-district meeting of the day party Monday afternoon for like to be in on: Those mid-after; the Jr.' Woman's Club See

J ; With Mrs. SparksCircle py gathering Friday, February 2, Young Adult Class of the Methodist : her son Richard Kldd, Jr., who noon snacks the courthouse girls bridge next Wednesday
around for in the School
I Mr. and Mrs. E. T. Prevail an- when their granddaughter Miss Church was held in the was nine years old. The party gather
nounce the marriage 0 f their Three of the Baptist Sharon Hall, entertained the Intermediate recreation building here Thursday hours were from four to six, the
daughter, Margaret Joyce, to WMU met T u'e a day afternoon Group, the leader be- night Feb. 1. Registrationof sun shone beautifully and the Our Specialty. .
Sgt. Paul Shields of Robinson, 111. with the circle leader, Mrs. S. E. Ing Miss Carol W h it e This visitors was held at 6:30: with children enjoyed games on the
P The wedding was an event of Jan. Sparks at her home on Lafayette group has a monthly social that supper at 7:00: o'clock, followedby lawn: after which they were Invited O Chili O Hot Dogs O Sandwiches
23, In Lake Butler. Mrs Shields St. Early spring flowers were la much enjoyed by the young a business meeting, open into the dining room for re-
; attended Bradford High School. used In decorating1. people. forum, and short devotional pro freshments.
At present, they are making their The meeting was opened witha After playing amusing games, gram. Jonquils and snowdrops were '\ THE HOME
home on Temple Ave. Mr. Hutto played the guitar and the flowers used for decoration, 'OF' HOME COOKING
{; .l by Mrs. A. A. Durden Dr. Jack Anderson of Gaines-
prayer the company sang popular songs. and and the table was centered by a
University, and the devotional service was led assisted her ville was the guest speaker
Mack Futch of Fla. The hostess, by large birthday cake beautifully
of the forum.
the week-end Mrs. J. P 'Hlggtnbotham. Mra. mother Mrs. Shellie Hall, ,and was In charge
Gainesville, spent by ,
white and red. The
W. J Churchwell led the embossed In
with his parents, Mr and Mrs. Sparks conducted a quiz on tithing grandmother, Mrs. Hutto, served ,
devotional' birthday feast consisted of fruit e r r y'CALL
of hot chocolate,
C, A. Futch. prepared by Mrs. BlanchardLaw refreshments I .
sandwiches, potato chips, and! There were about 60 memberspresent punch, an assortment of ,sand-
and the meeting was closed cookies. The flowers used for from Gainesville. Ocala, wiches, cake, Valentine candied
Mrs. Mabel Wall with a prayer and a song by the decoration were white narcissi, Waldo, and Palatka to meet with and the favors were lollypops and ,STREET
with of the local class. valentines. Assisting the hostess
members centering a table' covered a the members / NEXT' DOOR TO
Piano Miss Seleta Sparks delightedthe beautiful cloth. The supper was prepared and in serving were! Mrs. Joe Scan- WESTERN: C11
members with two solo num- Those enjoying the hospitality served by. the local class.CarsonGassett lan. Mrs. Glen Wood, Mrs. R. Q
of Miss Hall were Colla Jo Dum- Kldd. Sf., and Miss Vivian Mayoof
and Voice bers and played for their group ler, Annette Gunner, Betty Lewis, Richmond Va., Mrs. Arthur
singing. Mrs. Sparks 1 led the Ona Demorest, Marcella Ayres, Cooper and Mrs. J. Massey.
business session after the short Billy Smith, Bert Newcomb, Gar- Mr. and Mrs. Pate Gassett an- Invited to the party were: Patricia ea
1 program. The collection for the nita Hutto, Mrs. Carolyn Kinney, nounce the marriage of their Ann and Valrle Kldd. Jr.,
STUDIOWest afternoon was $16. Mrs. Edna Wells and Miss Carol daughter, Jewel to Cpl. Wallace Sharon Beryl and Jean St..
8th Street The March meeting will be held White, leader of the Intermediate James/ Carson of Camp Blandingahd Peter, Judy Green, Marcus and
with Mrs. H. L. Brownlee and Fellowship Group. Pittsburg. Pa., on Saturday, Florence Brown Kaspar and Margaret r
Phone 105 Mrs. Madge Futch. All membersare Fe!:! 10, ira., Blanding Chapel. Rose Duncan Norma and t
t urged to be present.Mrs. The'ring ceremony was performed Emma Jane Canova, Levy, George

S i iIr ir iw . .., ...., Sparks assisted by her Birth AnnouncementsSARAH by Chaplain Daniels in the and David Canova, Sylvia Al- SUN.
r ..
." . daughter and Mrs. Hazen serveda presence of a few friends. varez, Martha Landrum Carolyn ::18 -19.A
delicious salad course with saltines Mrs. Carson was attended by Edwards Linda and Ann Johns
cookies' and coffee to the Mrs. Bennie Bunoskl and Cpl. Fellow and Bill Wood, Carl Lamar
eleven members present, and Mrs. Carson by S-Sgt. Bunoekl. and Sandra Johns, Jimmy and ysd l lcJJ<
Shaw and Mrs. Marshall were The bride chose for her wed- Bobby Wiggins, Marten and Billy
welcomed into the circle as new ding a light blue suit with all Harrington, Gene Ritch, Jimmy
members.' "ANN EPPERSON black accessories and wore a cor- Warren, Lou and Buzzy Green
sage of red roses while Mrs. BUn- Jimmy and Billy Weldon, BU
WSCS NoticeThe Mr. and Mrs. W. J., Epperson, oskl wore a gold dress with brown Manning, Delano Thomas Edward Yr.
Jr., announce I the arrival of a accessories and her flowers were Marshall, Hollls Knight, Jr. ''hW.-
Woman's Society of 'Chris* dauhteft. Sarah Ann on, Feb- orchid aweetpeas. I'I ,8. Z ASSIRAN6h
+ Usa Service will meet Monday, ruary 7 in Riverside Hospital, Cpl.'and Mrs. Carson are goingto Benefit Bridge,
Feb. Ik, at three-thirty o'clock, Jacksonville.Mr. live here for the present and
, In the Methodist Church Pro. and Mra. R. L. Powers, Mrs. Carson' will continue with The Junior Woman's Club will
gram and business meeting. Circle Lawtey, daughter, born Jan. 27. her work at Sternberg's. sponsor a Benefit Bridge party
Star he's Two win have charge of the program Mr. and Mrs. Bryant Tyler, in the club building Wednesday. ;fq5q
The and the !business session Brooker, daughter born, Feb. 4. Mr. and Mrs Frank Wilson night,,Feb. 21. The public la cordially -
finest will be presided over by the president Mr. and Mrs. Paul Underhill, were In Jacksonville Tuesday. Invited _
7. Mrs. W. E.. MIddleton. Starke, daughter, born Feb. 6.ORCES.

and restaurant bar B f." "' a t l /

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Something:t.tells me this par- her or not, Is a void that will Fk 1 1'S'
*j3 STEAKS ticular Red Cross War Fund driveis take a long time to fill . LAIJGIITON

.... ,., gonna be different . Not
LOBSTER 4 r that they haven't always been a Hoar the Navy has at long last
'success, but this one bids fair to secured the services of Red Kerce,
1j SHRIMP M '' have an extra bit of zest be- one-time demon reporter and pho- the ELLA RAINESttt '
cause of the personal Interest of togrcpher of the Telegraph staff
a :Mra. Pales, wife of our Camp and more lately city editor of the Brilliant Star of "Phantom LaJj"
a''y "tI CHICKEN Blanding IRTC commander '. : Tallahassee Democrat . His
'f 8'M At Wed nesday morning's War I address is: B. L. Kerce, A-S, Co.
Fund powwow, vivacious Mrs. 4023 Barracks 130-Lower, U.S.N.T. .
Fales quite won the hearts of .' C.,. Bainbridge, Md. . In-
kt .5 13O .'. . .... B local Red Cross!tea with her de- cidentally,'he'd probably appreciate -
o bO 5 lightful frankness, sense of humor a letter, having Just recovered -
iiits"FADi'Tbe and forthright lay-the-cards- from an acute 'case of tonstlitla -
'M o : M on-the-table attitude . Seems , thanks to a tough constitution 'with DEAN HAREM
she served overseas with Red CrossIn and 160,000 units of penicillin -
i World War I and consequentlyfeels . That little episode has Stanley C. Ridges Henry Daniel Rosalind Ivan
I} she has a personal stake in robbed him of the rare privilege
m o> try 0 crucial critical :year is just farmer has a friend'and helper in the matter . She has definite of Navy r e c rult training, for Also "MARCH OF TIME"
ahead America's Farm Forces. his Standard Oil Man.Your neigh plans for making the residential which he is dutifully sorrowful
t .2o our This is the year they: mutt pro body: Standard Oil Man prides district drive In Starke more all- . Oh yeah? . And LATEST WAR NEWS
l g duce MORE(even than last :year's himself on being of service beyond inclusive than ever before . -
LS deliciouslobster record crops) with less help and the supplying of dependable Success 'to you and your workers Pleased to hear from Ensign
with fewer replacements of farm''' fuels and lubricant. His experienced Mrs. Fales! . Emmett Perryman, now on' sea
O machinery advice on lubrication and L- duty in the Pacific . 'Lows as
Si!? .s However impossible this may maintenance will help keep your There's an bid saying'' to the how "You never really appreciate VISIT KOCH'S
effect that the more a thing how Pacific
big this is until
sound, the American Farmer Is machines in the fight for the
changes the more It Is the same you see it. So far I haven't been
HT'l' used to doing the impossible. He duration. Somehow I never could grasp troubled unduly with seasickness, ,
will meet this new challenge by the u n d erlying- philosophy of but I'm gettin' awful sick of seal" W.
working longer, and keeping all With tank-trucks operating from those words, and I know Call . Lt. Col. Owen Griffin writes !IJJM:
machines in D btlll -trJm- than 500 bulk
9SC his more delivery: points, Street will never be the same that the Pacific area he's now inhabiting -
old and overtaxed though they: there's a Standard Oil Man serving without "Aunt Vida" Morgan . is practically "civilized"
may be. :your community.: Always a goodIn One by one the old "landmarks" what with modern homes, schools
pS keeping his farm machinery: man to know-he can be especially/ pass, each taking with him, or hospitals, etc. . "Of course," ,DEPARTMEN1:
fit and fighting, the Southern helpful to :you now. her, a bit of atmosphere and a he of courses, "the two main attractions a
bit of personality'from the streetwe for us have been the -
love best . Not to see Aunt train, whistle and all, and a con-
Vida sitting In her rocking chairIn crete highway . The train We Can Take Care of Your Baby's Need\
Ask your Standard Oil Ma for / Thii e-t-pM. book will be of
,? the doorway pf her store on a practically stops the war!" ,
a IrM copy of till WartimeMalntininc gnat aulittncc to you In prolonging '
Manual. for farm tile life of your f.mSTANDARD hot summer day ., \ Not to see ,
machinery ""ul m.nt. her sitting (In defiance of all Main Street Medly Al Manassa A trulyWonderful
rules of dignity for elderly ladies) sayin' those last goodbyes before
on the floor, sorting out a new returning to Fort Jackson and
shipment of magazines . Not thence overseas ,.. Popular
325 Temple Avenue : OIL COMPANY to see her sitting, inevitably, on I "Uncle" Ben Howe receiving con- arrayof
; tha sidelines at dances or in the gratulations on his 66th birthday
: front row at entertainments I anniversary Tuesday Says necessities fr 71!
Not to hear her home-made phil- he's going to apply for an old
osophy and the sprightly bits 'of age pension most any day now for i
news gathered from "regulars"who . Evelyn Crawford back to _
dropped In to visit with her being a red head again after sev-
during the day . Not to sea eral months of brunettlng .. . the baby -
p PHONB ia CORNER JACKSON Si CHERRY STS. her doing and saying these things Irene Lewis tired of lunching a-

. Not to know she's ,there, lone-any takers for 11:30: ,,. .
rocking away, whether you seer Alice Anderson getting her dally

a; 14 STARKE ICE COMPANY .. Super Double Gauze Diapers ____ __ 2.75 box
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,z{ COLEMAN a EDWARDS. OWNERS ,", ", Wonder Birdseye Diapers, 30x30 ______ 2.98S
'\: MY FEED MILL f Chux Paper Diapers ________________ 1.25 box

ki la STARKE, FLA. Diaper Liners ______________________ .80 box
Sq.' / Will Close Down March 1 Puritan Brushless Baby Bottle Cleanser __ .49 J

S Empire Waterproof Baby Pants __________ .5fl'
? The Starke Ice .Company is now operating under new Baby Pants, rubberized 1 '3
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management and ANYONE WANTING FEED GROUND Sandy Crib Sheet ,.. ..73
we expect to simplify our book work and ---------:--:------ ---- 3.00
Cotton ,
Spreads ._ .
avoid the -----: -; --------
X44 necessity of booking charge accounts. PLEASE BRING BEFORE THAT DATE Pillow and Comfort Set 5.75

u4 We have ice 'p,.. Johnson Baby Sets ------._;: --.-...-:_-_-_I.-,.40---&- -90 9

books for your convenience that can be Baby Bath Robes _______________________ 22S_5
purchased from the drivers at any time. EARL COOKFOR Baby Jackets __________________-. ____ .ja

AY'h Please advise our truck drivers the kind of book i

' that you will want for your purchases.We SAFETY COMFORT AND ECONOMY RIDE Also: Baby Commodes, Feeding Sets, Crib Blanket::

Holders, Teething Rings Rattles and Many Other]
We appreciate your patronage and will endeavor to FLORIDA MOTOR LINE BUSSESFOR Babyland Necessities
give you prompt service.
1, liN tl JKM COURTEOUS CORRECT INFORMATION Why Not Visit Our Baby Department and STile

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Lt. R. R. Thede la. spending a . . . e . 0. rued out in decorations and refreshments I Richard Kldd, Jr., and Linda-Sue '
_BITS of LOCAL NEWS 10 day leave with his parents. Birthday Party and large candy hearts Johns werE winners In a Valentine f i I

!oil'. and :Mrs R. R. Thede In New RiverBy Roddy Struth eon of Capt. and were given each child as a favor. contest : ",I
---- After a number of enjoyable outdoor Mrs Struth was assisted by I' ,
Lawtey and Mr. and Mrs. F. n.I Mrs Elmo R. Struth. wa the
,. }{. A Bishop Is spending Cpl. W. H. Hart of Ft. Meade, I Long and other relatives here. the School honor guest on his lxUi birthday games, refreshments of Ice Miss Kate Struth in entertaining l ,

reek-end with her daughter, Md., is spending a few daya here Mrs. J. B. Mills of Green Cove . . . . . . anniversary Feb. 9. at a party cream and cake were served. the young guests. .I ,; .

' at Wesleyan College In with his wife and daughter, Kay. Springs is spending: this week :Mrs. Looney Sapp. :Mrs. Billy given by his mother at the homeof I
n, Ga. Mrs. Tracy W. Baker of Key with her mother, Mrs. E. M. ?app and baby of Raiford and his grandmother, Mrs. W. H. 1
,. Win. Powell w e n\ to stone Heights was attending to Thomas. Mattie Raulerson of Jacksonville Struth.

cola: the first of the week business here Tuesday. Miss Lucille Mitchell and Mrs. were visiting O. B. Moody's fam The Valentine motif was car
her husband, S 1-c 'Bill' Mr. and Mrs. Charles Schmitt ....."." .nHlam' .,.. r
Chas. Brown spent Monday In fly Sunday.C. =--==.. ,-.II...
11 returned with her for a were In Jacksonville on business -.::.. ""' .. ...
Lake rc _
City. E. Andrews and daughter, I , .
Tuesday. lw C ,.
iy leave. Mrs. Jean Smith was in Jack Mary L. were shopping in GaInes. ......, c.'l "

io sonville Wednesday shopping.Cpl. vllle Saturday p. m. II NOTICETho
You will find yourself one of the ben informed
Mr. and Mrs. G. W.
and Mrs. Andrews
WE CAN: USE MORE PULPWOODWRITE Resale Colson person in your community when you read The Christian I '
of were visiting Lt. and Mrs.
Valdosta, Ga.. were week-end Guy Science Monitor regularly. You will find fresh new viewpoint, .'
TIMBER DEPARTMENT guests of Mrs. Orison's parents, Andrews and son, Drake of Rock SINGING CONVENTIONWILL a fuller richer undemanding of world affairs . truthful accurate,
CONTAINER CORPORATION OF AMERICA Mr. and Mrs F. F. Flume. ledge last weekend CONDUCT A SING unbiv new. Writ for ample copies today, or send fop or...

FERNANDINA, FLA. Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Sllcox Mrs. Wilbur Mann and baby, .At .,:.J month trial subceiption.r .
spent Sunday with Mrs. Sfcox'sparents Marlon' Kay, of Ocala were visit HOPE BAPTIST CHURCH .8
Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Rob- Ing her parents, Mr. and Mrs. THEN ESS A. FLA. .1..t1W1.s(.-.. roolUkliu Mel 1.1' ,I
H. L. Johns Oa N.r..v' ap.M, 5I.. I" --
erts In Thursday. I
Lawtey. Sunday, Feb. 18, 2 p. m. I HornMnd r_ Muaplo wel..1 '1'1>. riMj. wntf .-_ > "'.1 wh.orle-
Mrs. MatUe Frasier of Jackson 1 Mr and Mrs. Robert Ward I O I.e.D7 n.ueel.ol your,-w...Manllar. ........Inoludlnc...'_urn. 0 I I tloa for. which M Tit.I "-el.".1..".......,........"."...Monitor.. .III I

OPEN FOR SERVICE ville came Wednesday to spend and children Mr. and Mrs. E. A. EVERYBODY INVITED I N.ra.........................".."...........................*.......-1'IL
time Sapp and Mr. and Mrs. Charlie ADDMM
some with her brother, Ben
Rowe. I Morris of Jacksonville spent Sun ======= _

day at Silver Springs --- .__ .. ,__ _.,__ _._.. _II --.-.. ._IMI.-
Mrs. Lucille Freeman has returned |
Mr. and Mrs. Delbert Green of
to her work in the County "I' !
Lake Butler were visiting Mr. and
Judge's office after spending two
CONW AT'SSe..vice Mrs. J. S. Snowden and family;
homa.months at her old home in Okla Sunday.Mr. .

and Mrs. J. O. Morelandand I
Mrs. Billy Dowllng and small daughter, Joan, and !Mra WITH SPRINGS
Station son, and her parents, Mr. and Monroe Barr spent last wc'k-end

Mrs. Roy Mathews of Palatka with Mr. and :Mrs. C. E,,, An. ,.a:v k 94.50 109.50
are visiting in Lakeland this to I
J week. drews and family\ artd Mr", and If
Mrs. R. R. Andrews and family. f
UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT Mrs. A. L. Alvarez and daughters Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Johns of !
Lucille, Irma and Dorothywere Hampton were vis/ 1 111 n g Mrs. 'f -
.I shopping In Jacksonville Truby Hodges ''and son Deloren
Monday. Sunday.
0 Washing O Polishing Mrs. Frank Hollingsworth is Mr. and Mrs: James Lavenderand

Oil Changing spending some time In Gainesville. Kent Wong of Jacksonville
Friends of Sgt. Ernie Dowling, were visiting Mr. and Mrs. J. J. BEAUTIFUL ASSORTMENT
C' Greasing O Waxing Jr., will be Interested to learn Moody and Mr; and Mrs. J. L.

that he was transferred to Camp Lavender Sunday.
O Tire Repairs Lee, Va. this week. Mrs Roy Tom lnson and small
9 On&'Hour: Battery Charge' Service Mrs. EffIe Johns and Mrs. Cecil son Glenn, were shopping In ,
Manlre spent Tuesday with Rev. Monday.
.9. Auto.. 'Lite Batteries, and Mrs. W. G. Smedley of Green Mrs. Mary Cason spent last
A Cove Springs. week with Mrs.-Jessie Lee Lazen e2.50to26.5O
''V''' I
'U Mr. and Mrs. Woodrow Hollingsworth by of Wescomett.
of Palatka Sun Mr. and Mrs. Henry Turner
AMOCO GAS OIL GREASE I day with Pvt. and Mrs. Alton and children of Waldo spent Sunday .
Dobbs and Mr. and Mrs. Fred with Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Turner .

Halslop.Mr. and Mrs. John Marshall Mr.. and Mrs. R. R. Andrews New Assortment of Occasional Chairs
were in Gainesville last Friday. '.
arrived this week to spend several
RIDE months In Starke. Mrs. Leslie Whitehead of Pro-

Mrs. M. C. Wells spent the vidence spent the week-end with See Our Lino of Baby Cribs, Pads, Mattresses '
Florida Motor' Lines Busses Mr and Mrs. Sam Whitehead.
week-end In J a c k s o nvllle and "
brought her nephew, Frankie Hut. Mrs. Mary Hagan has returned I
For Safety to back with her for a brief visit. to her home In;!Jacksonville\ after
Mrs. S. W. HaIsten Is visitingher (pending' a few days with her Nice Roomy Wardrobe With

Comfort & EconomyMILl' sister, Mrs. C. P. Stevens in sister, Mrs. M., L. Johns and her i '
brother and family, Mr. and Mrs. .. .:.
Wellborn. Mr. Stevens' died last Full Length Mirrors Only $42.50 -
Vanderbtlt.I ,
L. L. Renfroe of
wek and Mrs. Stevens will return i
to make her home for a I Petty officer first class, Char il'1'
lie P. Cowen U.S.N.A.A.S., Jacksonville -
while Mrs.with Tlllman Mrs.. Halsten.Hutto of Jack. Fla., spent the week-end IT'S A FACT YOU CAN DO BETTER AT ,

with his wife, Mrs. C. P. Cowcn,
sonville spent several days this
NAT SEZ week with Mr. and Mrs. L. S. the former Miss EloIse Johns. John H. Denmark Furniture Co.
: Hutto and Mrs. M. C. Wells. "
of Dr. and, Mrs. Mr. and Mrs: A. C. Durden of
Sunday guests ,PHONE 151 STARKE FLA.
Several of ,
years ago one our Tampa arrived Wednesday to
+ H. H. Adams were. Adams'brother
most prominent poker players sister-in-law Mr. and spend come tithe with their son- }
and '
who wan sitting In at sv little BBS- in-law and daughter, Mr. and WE BUY GOOD' USED FURNITURE
Mrs, Dr E. Adams .6fJackson
.r: 1 u-stonn. and yey mnch. In the red Mrs. O. L. B (aley. "
made the remark (ana I quote)- Mrs. W. B. Mundy, Jr., was In S 2-c Doris Marsh of the N.A.S., --
"I'm like a rat In a trap, I don'twant Jacksonville several
Jacksonville .on business Wednes- spent days it
any cheese, just want to get this week with, relatives here..
out". I would say that Air.Schlcklcgruber Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Savage and 1

feels that way day.DANCING baby daughter, Yvonne, moved Y
right now, what do you think? the first of the week to Jackson

ville, where he,is employed In an
Army Supply Store. I
Sgt. and Mrs. Lee ElkIns have;
NIGHTLY moved Into the stucco house on

4 Washington Avenue, which Is
at owned toy O. W. White. I
Mr. and Mrs. I. p. Shepherdwere
called tq Monticello Tues
day because of the serious Illness .

Shady RestS t of Mr. Shepherd's mother. I
Mrs. P. J. Langford of Frost STo "
9 proof Is spending several days 9'1' TWO-WJUT ROAD TO ummer
with Mrs. W. B. Sewell.
PALATKA OX. IIiWAY 17 Miss Brownlee has I It
Mary returned -
those who have experienced a winter visit In
1a to St. Louis after spend
% Music By Florida's delightful clime, this scene will recall the
'rc ing a week here witH her parents, .
BOB FINLEtf Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Brownlee.Leo swift,smooth transition from winter to summer pro ,
"The Old Maestro"and Wltkovskl, U. S. Navy, Is vided by the Orange Blossom Special, the Silver
y, sau his visiting his father, B. R. Wltkovckl Meteor and other modern trains of Seaboard's famed 5
SOUTHERN SEKENADEUS and his uncle and aunt, Mr. passenger fleet. It is also a reminder of the trampor- a " $ .
and Mrs. E. S., Matthews. tation comforts you can expect from'the Seaboard
Ir !-' In the future, when war's demands have been met.

> Most folk, this winter, are remaining at home and -y q
for them we are happy to provide"packaged"Florida
sunshine-golden citrus fruit and fresh grown vegetables

In bountiful variety-brought speedily and
x regularly by Seaboard's crack frcights-tbe Marketer,
the Greyhound, the Red Fox, and others. .."

$5.50SSIV MIDNIGHT SAT., SUN., MON., TUES. Whether you come to Florida or stay at home, the .
e Seaboard Railway-winter*! two-way .

FEB. 18, 19 20 road to tummer-li always the depend 'I
able link between you and the '

delights of this magic clime. K I Ia

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Meet Me

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.At Interpret Sty ,.,....> fIN pW* foe mllltmrf .,;,..., Ifm in ... '" !
St. Louis e _

its !..*, ".*/.
trfompft .f .*.. rf0"'/''. y..I1 Ilka ,

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u.... urn siwfHlNf"0 t.mrf.. Slop fry red fry B P'r I I f

. after !*. ELM Map y..U faiw tkd .11' '. ,*. .... ** JUDY GARLAND

r..' al.n.y. Sf.p late f."t"it.-rf&',,,-/.f-rfol"r, yo. ..,.' MARGARET O'BRIEN 9

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t . a a a . . . -. -Association--- held its monthly Car RecoveredThe I Aa OFFICIAL Clerk ot SEAL said) A. !

HamptonBy meeting evening at Feb.the 6. school A large, Tuesday crowd E1VICF lP4f[? ID Kin: green C h e v rolet sedan I Atty T. Frank for Pit.Landrum-,Court Slark i'a' P tt:

was present for the meeting withan property of the American Red INCOUNTY. COURT
Mw. M. C. Sweeney enthusiastic delegation com- Cross, which was stolen from in FLOIUUi, IYi
Hs i maflfi . . . . . Theressa for the oc- CEttY rl, ,
ing BEDENBAUGH LAWTEY PARENTS HAVE SGT. PERRY RETURNS front of the home of Mrs. Edward Frank Serno, Plaintiff
SGT. !
MINSTREL TO BE PRESENTEDA : casion. Serno, Defendant ; V Iry
black-faced minstrel, composed : Honor guest of the evening was With four sons in the service L. son of Sunday night, was found early AND NOTICE PUHLICATI Q\
Grady Perry
S-Sgt. I
of local talent, and sponsored A. State. STATE 'OF '
t P.-T
Mrs. A G. Wagner FLOIUlJA ,41'
this week near MaxvUle with all
and fifth recently discharged,
the P.-T. Awill be a Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Perry of Hampton ginla Sernl whose
by at the school auditorium Secretary of Orlando who madean Mr. and Mrs T. L. Wainwright has returned to his duties in tires and wheels removed. The A. Hoane. Street Charl.llo re4il I"n presented Interesting add ress at the Virginia.March
of Lawtey are more Bradford the Theatre of thieves evidently abandoned the
+ Opera-
18 at 8 European
; Friday, Feb. conclusion. Mrs. May are r.qulr..d.
f p. m. Between acts, hilarious meeting's and Miss! r County parents who can: feel tions, after being released from car after hitting a stump or some 6th.. 1945, ,III,''I' tf P'II
that have contributed their other obstacle. Court and 11
will continue the mer they the Hospital. He was wounded cau..
short skits
( Edna Dudley gave some enlightening plaintiff seeks dlvorN ''''
riment. At the completion of the facts and figures concerningthe hare, to World War II. slightly In the thigh on Dec. 23, County Telegraph shall PUbU",, II",'
Major B. C. Wainwright is with and FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCH Order In t four
play, the ever popular cake and Legislative program for 1944, while in combat duty OF STARKE et hand weekly h
the 851st Field Artillery, now has received the Purple Heart seal Starke and
pie walks will be held, with young at u0
concerns Florida
schools which
1'i- and old and In-betweens partici primarily fighting in Germany Technical for his action at that time. Sgt. Corner Call and Christian Sts. uary 80th., 1945 fhb ,

emergency relief future benefits, Sgt. Edward Wa I n wright has to Staff Rev. W. G. Smedley, Pastor (OFFICIAL SEAL) A j
pating. This time it's really and the retirement law. Cooperation Perry was promoted All Clerk of Bald Court 'l'ho
out been serving as radio operator on Sergeant from Private First Services as follows: T. Frank Landrunl
'something different', so come and Itllrka:!
t of the
parents planes in the Pacific area for the Class is well at the Bible School each Sunday at Atty. for Plf. 2
and do some tall guessing as to for the school child's wel- and doing '111',
: 10 .
who's who In Hampton's Black and endorsedby past three years. Louis Lee Wainwright present time. a.
fare was stressed and communion services -
is with the Navy and is
Faced Minstrel Show. It's entertaining -
the president, Mrs. W. W. stationed in the adjutant's office at 11 a. m. and 7:38: p. m.
', and amusing! And a LAVVTEY SOLDIERIN
chance to walk off with one of Hicks. at Cecil Field f I near Maxwell. CITED UNIT Prayer meeting each Wednes-

f those wonderful home-made cakes! The P.-T. A. Is strongly back- James is the youngest member of Sgt. Murphy Dlse, son of Mrs. day at 7:30: p. m.

Ing the teachers here, all of whom lv t, af4 the family to enter the service.He Pastor's residence: Green Cove
"y" C. E. Manning of Lawtey, is a
j HAMPTON P.-T. A. are experienced anti trained in recently reached the age of Springs.
medical technician In B-24 Lib-
The Hampton Parent-Teachers their line of work, and have prow 18 and Is now taking his basic
erator squadron and has been IN cmrrir roi'irr.' IIUAI>FOHIroiINTl. > 4R
+ ed their worth In school emerg- training at a camp In Texas. auth 0 r 1 zed to wear the Dis- '. FL.OIiIl| IN CIIAN- r
'I encies. A vote of thanks goesto Henry (Pete) Wainwright received (Eli Y.
r Martha Home and Norma tinguished Unit Badge as a mem- Edward J. .Tlerney, Plaintiff, v..
medical from the
a discharge trace Prlnjtle Tlerney Defendant
ber of bombardmentgroup.
a heavy
Sweeney for voluntarily assistingIn i Navy several months ago, after cited Cave No. 3667.onnnn .
His unit was by PUBLICATION
caring for the nursery group, in the Pacificfor
being on sea duty
the War Department for "out-
so their parents could give their 13 months. 8TATH OF FLORIDA to: Grace
r undivided attention to the speaker Sgt. Olen Bedenbaugh son of standing performance of duty",. PrIngle Tlerney whose residence Is
a Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Bedenbaugh 827 46th Street, Brooklyn, New

of Hampton, has been serving WINS RIGHT TO WEAR iv cinctiT 01'IIT, IIHADFOIIUrOl'N'IY. York. No Matter
At the close of the meeting i "FLOItll| IN tllAJVKltY. You are required to appear on
Air in the
with the Army Corps (' March 6th., 1945 In the above
light refreshments were served. Pacific for the past 22 months. T-5 Andrew J. Griffis, son of Lonnie Thompson, also known aLonnle named Court an.i' cause, wherein

Most' ot this time was spent in Mr. and Mrs. M. M. Grlffla! of Thorn a son. Plaintiff, VH. plaintiff seeks divorce. Bradford JV Iz a.t Dranf
_ LINDA LEE WHITE Mary Pellj Thompson, Defendant. County Telegraph shall publish
.N Pfc. and Mrs. Lee C. White the HawaIIan'Islands, but herect'ntly Starke, Is wearIng the "Boots Cane No. 3489.ORDEIl this Order In next four weekly
moved to the Marianas. and Wings" of an Army Para PUBLICATION
announce the birth of a daughter AND NOTICE TO APPEAR Witness my hand and official of Service

Linda Lee, Monday, Feb. 5, Sgt. Bedenbaugh entered the trooper after'completing four STATE OF FLORIDA to: Mary seal at Starke. Florida, this Jan-

at the Glendale Hospital, Palatka. service in October 1942 and took weeks of jump training at Fort! Bellu Thompson whose residence la uary 30th, 1945.

ARE 'his basic training at St. Petersburg Bennlng, Ga., 'during which time I Unknown
Mrs. White is the former Miss ( You are required to appear on You're, In
Anita Hess, daughter of Mr and Fla.'and Kearns, Utah. He he made five jumps. March 5th, 1945 In the above .,
at the Fort Benning named Court and cause, wherein
BHS and Jumping
finished school at
Our high
Specialty Mrs. M. M. Hess. plaintiff HeekH divorce. Bradford r
r' enjoys hearing from all his old Parachute School has been stead County Telegraph shall publish

'" SANDRA ODELL ,WARREN friends. His address Is: Sgt. ily developed to a recognized war this Order In next four weekly
Petty Officer 3-c and Mrs. J. C. Olen L. Bedenbaugh-31408189, science. American Paratroopershave my hand and- official

OF FABRIC IT'S ALL TIlE Warren are announcing the birthof APO 244, Hq. & Sq.. 7th A. F., been recognized throughoutthe seal at Starke, Florida, this Jan-

SAME TO VS. BRING US a daughter, Sandra Odeil, Saturday co[ PM: San, Francisco_ Calif. world for their daring actions uary(OFFICIAL 29th, 1945.SEAL) A. J. Thomas, FINDA

YOUR WORST JOBS. WE Feb. 10, at the Alachua against the enemy. As Clerk of said Court.

KNOW HOW TO SAVE County Hospital Gainesville. Mrs. RELATIVES HEAR William D. Morgan. Jacksonville,
Fla. Atty. for Plf. 2-2 4t 2-23

FOR FURTHER WEAR. mother Mrs. W F. Godwin received a rincriT CAIRT.
There's new FLORIDA
nothing so very
Miss Martha Horne spent the typewritten postcard on Jan. 25 CEHY.
NEW about "working under difficulties"but Carl V. E. Ountafson, Plaintiff, vs.
from her son Platoon Sgt. W. F.
T'i i week-end with Miss Ruth SibleyIn when you have to work on Grace J., OuHtafnon, D e t. n dant. '
Theressa. (Bill) GodwIn Jr., who Is Interned Case No. 3547.ORDEH WELCOMEat
METHOD In a prisoner of war campin an emergency airplane landing OP PUBLICATIONAND EXPERTWORKMANSHIP
Mrs. Harry Eddy of Waldo has strip within 200 yards of active NOTICE TO APPEAR
been Osaka Japan. The message STATE OP FLORIDA to. : Grace
a recent visitor her. stated: "You haven't heard from enemy artillery emplacements J. Oustafson whose residence Is

CLEANERSROBERT Mrs. O. J. Griffin of St. Augus- that's. carrying things a little far. 201 Arlington Avenue, Jamestown,
in time but facilities
me long .
Ne w York.
tine and Mrs. Ethel
Biggs of But that's just what Cpl. Merrill -
here are somewhat restricted. You are required to appear on .
Starke were Sunday guests of G. McMillan of Mrs. Al- above
son February 26th., 1945 In the '
Have been sick since to
GREEN, Owner Mr and Mrs. J. H. Saxon and coming ma Hough ofJStarke, and other named Court and cause., wherein '
this camp but. am better now. plaintiff seeks divorce Bradford ALL JVORKGUARANTEED
,;, 815 Temple Avenue Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Griffin. Hope to hear from you soon. members of a Ninth Air Force County Telegraph shall publish this JORDANBARPADDY

Mrs Claude May spent Thurs- Aviation Engineer Battalion did Order In next. four weekly insuea.Wltnesn .
Your devoted son, Bill. my hand and official
, on D-Day in Normandy. They neat at Htarke. Florida, this January .
"r" Sgt. Godwin was formerly in have been awarded the Presidential 21rd, IfflsT

the Shanghai P.O.W. camp, but Unit Citationfor (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas,
CONFIDENCE Distinguished
was later transferred to Japan. An Clerk of mild Court. YOU CAN ENTRUST YOUR
constructing an e m e r gency William D. Morgan, Jacksonville,
,. Until the postcard arrived last while under fire Fla. .\tt)', for Plf. 1.26 4t 2-16 FINEST WATCH TO OUR
gained through the worthiness of a landing strip on
month it had been and
a a
modern Service always I modest In year D-Day and an advanced landing iv: cmri'iT' 'O'UT; BRADFORD CARE
half: since Mrs. Godwin had heard
cost, always thoughtful and' always from her son. The message received ground in the Normandy beach- CKIIY. LIBRETTI, MCPJ

complete in detail. head., Beulah Jarvis, Plaintiff, vs. Lan-
every at. that time was dated nls P. Jarvls, Defendant. Case No.
? ., Landing on' ,the beach at H 8566.r '
k June 1942 but did not i arrive 115 WEST CALL ST.
here until August 1943. plus hours. engineers NOTICE TO APPEAR

found the area selected for the : STATE OF FLORIDA to: Lannls Pc

t BATTEN TO SERVEON proposed strip still practically occupied P. JarvIs whose residence U Unknown -

LSM IN PACIFIC by enemy. they You are required. to appear on Carter DId g., Starke I

( 4 AMBULANCE SERVICE Earl R. Batten, Seaman 1-2, proceeded on their mission in February 26th.. 1945, In the abovenamed ..
spite of obstacles and dangersand Court and cause, wherein I
.JaB" son of Mr. and Mra. R. L. Battenof plaintiff seeks divorce and Custody
the Theressa section, is now worked on the strip under of Minor. Bradford County Telegraph I
continuous fire. shall publish this Order In
Funeral Director enemy
a stationed at the Atlantic Fleet'sAmphibious next four weekly Issues.

I,h' Phone 7 Training Base in Lit The strip was completed by Witness my hand and official -
seal at Starke, Florida, this January -
tle Creek, Va., where he is train- sundown on D-day and the detachment 24th. 1945. as Q

,R ; STARKE, FLORIDA Ing for duty aboard a new LSM pushed forward behind (OFFICIAI. SEAL) A. J. Thomas,

,. advancing troops and worked on As Clerk of said Court.
'" (Landing Ship, Medium). E. K. Ferryman Starke, Florida

(", ,r1if' 1 .,.. ,, ,, r ," " r r, LSMs are powerful. 208-foot a field further inland. The field Atty. for Plf. 1.26 4t 216IV
\, : :! was made operational seven
tank which'can
carriers speed
'" )ry 1 through the vast stretches of the days later for use by the 9th Air COUNTY FLORIDA IN CIIA.N-

\,,:.... Force fighter-bombers who dive- CEnT.Solomon. verubodu. 6
....t J s '" Pacific and roll their war ma- strafed Tunstall PI a Intlff, vs. .
'l. bombed
chines directly onto the enemy's and enemy strong- Ida Belle Tunstall Defendant Case

>'!;}( e shores. They made their invasion points in front of advancing No. 8551.

J It's the Quality of leadership debut at Leyte and are now disgorging arm Ie.. ORDER NOTICE OF :PUBLICATIONAND TO APPEAR

r their tanks and supplieson STATE OF FLORIDA to: Ida 3 n?
L. B. SrONHQLTZ Belle Tunstall whose residence Is
the Phil ippine beachheads. 562 Plum Street, Mobile, Alabama.You i ?
; that makes Leaders Batten and his mates will soon are required to appear on
Leland B. Sponholtz, son of February 26th., 1945 In the above
take over one of the new land- named Court and cause, wherein
td 1 '> ', '. Ing ships and sail to join the Mrs. Katherine Sponholtz of Jacksonville plaintiff seeks divorce Pradford .

j Pacific onslaught.PVT. formerly'of Lawtey, has County Telegraph shall publish this ABOUT
Order In next four weekly Issues
just graduated from Midshipman'sSchool Witness my hand and official 1 .

; t ATlJUIj!? STANLEY BENNETTIN Purdue :University, Ithaca, seal at Starke, Florida, this January
4. : \! j N: Y., with a commission as En- 23rd., 1945.
H sign. He spent a brief leave with .
t; Pvt. Bennett of As Clerk of said Court.T.
Stanley son
I "',; are tbeLeaderJ his mother in Jacksonville and Frank T.andruni Starke, Florida,
,I Is I Mr. and Mra. G. II. Bennett of Atty. for Plf.. 1-26 4t 2-16
was visiting friends in Starke
Starke recently arrl.-ecl at tho
last Saturday. He left the first
Convalescent Hospital, theArmy's
of the week for California to be
new reconditioning: center -
assigned to a ship for his first I
In Daytona B'!.icn. He en- SE.II! nn.\.L
sea duty.
I tered the Army in January 1944 Jl:1I'I'A.'l'WG..te.t !
.ewWei.wn-frwrfr MAlI.tlriw.q..ia.i d.iW and served six months in the Ensign Sponholtz is a graduate advertiser of conn-
of B.H.S. and was studying engineering try property. IIo* made over.
European theatre of operations 12.000 sales of HomesKarma
.. .. at the University of .
--- Acreage.
Barer from all the
: -- -- - where he received wounds that over
Florida before the World. Free llstlngr.
entering Navy. open
resulted in his h 0 s p itallzat ion.
He was serving as Radioman 2nd E. A. STROUT REALTY AGENCY
TOP The carefully planned recondI-
The Evening class at the Pensacola N.A.S.
tioning program at Daytona will Represented
when recommended for
speed his convalescence and assist man's School.RETURNS MidshIp- Locally by 9"> 9Da"rExcept
s4 Off" with
his return to the best of health. F. C. HOLLINGSWORTH Restaurant HourS: TuesdayYou're

Also a patient at Welch is FROM DUTYIN 116 S. Walnut St.

Cpl. Wm. W Ligon, formerly of

DO-NUTS Geneva. Ga., whose wife Goldie, PACIFIC ZONE
William E..,faker, 19, cadet- -.__
de lives at Starke - - ------- --------------:---- ---

fin: midshipman in the Merchant :Mji-

y 'Mt AND COFFEE day afternoon in Jacksonville rlne Corps, has recently returned

.. bt\1\0 ,01.t'tw 1\ with her sIster Mrs. Mar t Ion from eight months duty in the a Service Man

..d Gnann. Pacific war zone. He is the son

te e Pvt. and Mrs. Roy Rourke of of Mr. and Mrs. Tracy Baker of

"'o Camp B1 and I n g were guests Keystone Heights and Is a grad- I = -- and are looking for

1 o.e Thursday of last week, of Mrs. uate of B.HS. He has) been _

Rourke's parents Mr and Mrs. assigned to the U. S. Merchant $&
Marine right things at the Aright
a, ,1. Russell Dyal. Academy Kings Point. N. *.

Mrs. Merritt Hess recntly Y., for advanced training, leading I

i ____ _u____ ___ ___.___ ___ ____ __ __ _-< spent several days In Palatka. tor graduation and license. third price.

N Made from fresh mate in the Merchant Marine.

u ; ; ground sirloin strok (coUNTY'.. nv FLORIDA IV CHAV.t f

I h ---- - . Lillian 8rhats Rosenfeld
s - - -- - - -- ---- --- Plaintiff, V.I.S.I.TS'HAFKIN'S
: Tile very finest vs Maurice Rosenfeld. Defendant. GFT THE i
y'. t Cone No. 8530.ORDER .
--- ---- ---- to: Maurice
- ---- :z( RELIEF fO?ACID
fi Rostnfeld whose residence. Is "To
pure Mrs. Anna Rmienthal, lUll St. John
.' (. ORANGEADE Florida fruit Place, Brooklyn are N. Y, /NWGESTONCarpenter's

) Marsh B'h.. 1945iIndtheoaboveanam
-- -
- --- -- --< ed Court and cause, wherein plain. t

----<:' Telegraph tiff .seeks divorce.ahall publish Bradford thl.County Order 8 "THE STORE ALL SOLDIERS K N O Ff"

y. DAVIS SANDWICH In neat four weekly. Isau... 1 1 -
0 SHOP witness my hand and official 1
teal I at Atarke. Florida, this F.bJ"uary -

ct ,, lt 125 WEST CALL STREET (OFFICIAL 7th., 1948.SEAL) A. J. Thomas ,* JEWELRY (

;r All Clerk of said Court. GIFTS UNIFOPAGE

---- -'--- Walter C. Jlard..ety, Daytona Reach, Drug Store '
Atty. for Plf. J.t U 32wx


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e . e . Illness. Cochrane were business visitors e . . . . e e . . . . . coeta of these proceeding and they ruary I, 1916.OFFICIAL .

Don't forget the sing 'Sunday to Palatka Wednesday.Mrs. aatlafa"tlolof the forementloned ( J. Thomas
811 t.Louft
: execution. As Clerk of I
eS s aMiss afternoon. Feb. 18th at 2 p. m., Lydia Hall and Mrs. S. R. State Farm Lawtey Sheriff Bradford A.County O. ANDRKU.Florida Chap R. Hen, 11-11 N. Ocean Bt., .

at the Baptist Church. Be sure Swindell visited friends in Orange WILL O. MUHKKLJ, attorney for Jarkionvlll, Florida Attjr. for fit.
Ida lilagasY + to attend. By; Mrs Bryan Whitfield a.1 4t I-JS.
. . . . e Heights Tuesday.' . e e e . . S S By EVKLYNE WARREN plaintiff. 1.2t I-S1
Major and Mrs. Tom Patent of Mr. and Mrs. J. W. McGee of S e. e S. e. eSS IN CIRC1-IT COI'MT. RHAI>FOMICOUNTY. >

Itp. S. ,Slbley and Mrs. Gold Head Branch and Miss Olive Macon, Ga., visited their daughter SUNDAY SCHOOL PARTY PLORIKAi IN CHAN-

, dell visited the Dodd Cross of Pelham Ga., visited the Mrs. James Swindell and sona Honoring Miss Selma Sapp ot Mrs. Joe Brown was vlsltlnj Dye Plaintiff, v*. Jof. ,
t Mldlakes Wednesday of Cochrane family last week. few days last week. Starke who was the guest of her brother. A, J. Duckworth In frey B. Dye, Defendant Case. No. rna'
Mrs. E. S. Sibley and Mrs. Miss Melvene Davis Jacksonville several days last 8&70.
k. Mr. and Mrs. C. Sullivan were and John- ORDKR Of PtmuCATION
Hazel visiting: In Starke Saturday.Mr. James Swindell were visiting In nie Rivers and Miss Dorothy Rivera week.Mrs. AND NOTICE TO APPEAR KMo8-
ny friends of Miss Starke Tuesday. C. R. Whitehead wa STATE' OF FLORIDA to Jeffrey -
glad to hear that she and Mrs. A. H. Kelsey of Keystone Heights, who U. Dye, whose residence. and
re I Mrs. William Packham of Jacksonville were visiting Mr. and Mrs. I. J. visiting in Jacksonville Tuesday. address. I.. Serial No. 11086(39, Co.
vered from her recent S. R. Swindell and Mrs. J. C'j visited his parents, Mr. and Williams the Young People's Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Weigle of Mi Tth Inf; APO a1 % Postmaster, -
New York, N. Y.
Mrs. W. W. Packham. Jacksonville were visiting Mrs Start Your Pout-War
Saturday Class of the Community Sunday You are required to appear on
afternoonS School had at Weigle's parents, Mr. and Mrs. March B, 1)45, In the above named
a party the Community Planning Nowl
Service Careful Drivers Court and cause, wherein plaintiff
Joe Brown .
pt .
Building Wednesday nightof seeks divorce and restoration of
e e e e e. e. maiden Bradford County Place Your Order Now For
last week. Folk and modern and Mrs Jake Shufo..jand !

STARKE TAXI SERVICEand Pine Level dances were enjoyed for several daughter; Gwen were dinner Telegraph next four ehatl weekly publish I..""thin... OrderIn The Following Appliances:
hours. Mrs. J. O. Godwin and IFUPlts of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Witness my hand and official
eat at Utarke, Florida, this FebTOmn -
Mrs. J. G. Caldwell chaperonedthe Hill Sunday evening.
By Mrs. II. M. McRa
. e e . e e . group and served assorted Little Gale Edwards of Jacksonville BENDIX
i home-made candles to them.I I Is visiting her grandparents,

MACK'S TAXI SERVICEPhone Attendance for the Sunday ser-i I Mr. and Mrs. Earl Edwards several AUTOMATIC '
Having received treatment at
vices at Pine Level Church was day" i/dfjt HOME LAUNDRY
the State Farm Hospital for an
large. Pvt. Samuel E. Mar
150 shall Injury caused by a fall), Mrs. Flor- C. R. Whitehead was a businessvisitor j.t,
brought the message usingas tie Wills of Starke is with Mr. In Jacksonville one day HOT POINTREFRIGEItATORS
his text, Luke 15.
Day 9 Nightender Rev. and Mrs. J, W. Woodward for bust WPl'k.Mrs. .
and Mrs. W. E. Hall were e
recuperation.S J. B, McDonald was shopping EAT
I dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. RANGES
R. V. Alvarez Sunday. 3-c and Mrs. Frank McDan- in Gainesville Thursday

Mrs. Fred L. Conner of Jacksonville iels of Jacksonville were lunch- Mrs. Hershel Waters was shop WATER IIEATERS
is visiting her uncle and eon guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. G. ping in Starke Thursday. I at the I

(ie i/t Shop aunt, Mr. and Mrs. H. M. McRae. Caldwell Tuesday. Miss Lou Edwards was visiting As These Become Arall* I

Mrs. Nora Smith of Macon Ga., During the past week Mr. and In Jacksonville last week-end. CAMPDINER able We Will Fill OrdersIn
spent part of last week with her Mrs. A. C. Davis) had as visitors Miss Grace McDonald was

, MRS! BlCSSln DAVIS. PROPRIETOR brother-in-law and sister, Rev. Sgt. D. M. Williams of Marianna, visiting her sister, Mrs. Joe Har- Order of Application i,

and Mrs. W E. Hall and Mrs. Mrs. Nancy Keene of Starke and rell, Jr., at Camp B I and 1 n g

Jewelry H.- M. McRae. Mr. and Mrs. J. .B. Stricklandand Thursday BED LAMPS 9
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hall and son, Johnnie, of Graham. Mrs. Victor Appleby and chil- t
9 Gifts. "" children of Jacksonville attended Mrs. Richard Gower and son dren of Jacksonville spent Thursday & DESK LAMPS

9 Souvenirs church here Sunday and were Lynn, of Perry are visiting Mr. and Friday with Mrs. Apple- Corner Call &'Cherryhighest 4
WK THKM WRAP dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. and Mrs. P. D. Fancher. having bra parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. E.

9 Novelties TOMAI4 B. M. McRae. come Sunday with Mr. and'Mrs. Warren. .. 9 RADIO

1'I Cpl. and Mrs. Ronald Wilson, Fred Miller and Miss Patey :Mil- Mrs. Grant Davidson was shop-

accompanied by Mrs. P. L. Conner ler who were hare just for the ping in Starke Thursday. Quality

of Jacksonville, Mrs.. H. M. I Mrs. Lector Hennger of John. SERVICE

Old Sarge's Place I, McRae and ,Misses Eleanor Jones day.Mr.. and Mrs. S. V. R. Mart- son City, Tenn., was visiting
and and sister Mr. and STEAKSand
Gwendolyn McRae were visit- ling of Melrose were Sunday dinner -I ,
ing Mr. and Mrs. T. N. NormanIn guests of Mr. and Mrs. Mar- Mrs. J. M. Lewis last week.
RKE'S ORIGINAL the Gum Branch section Sun- tin Griner. H. C. Kelly was a business WINKLER
visitor in Jacksonville Thursday.
day.J. Mesa June Caldwell spent the CHOPS
R. Hall of Jacksonville was past week-end with Miss: Janet Mrs. Neal Joyner of Starke was ELECTRIC
Y Mr
RM a dinner guest of Mr. and Mrs.B. Anderson In Starke. visiting her parents, Mr and Mrs

M. McRae. He also attended Mr. and Mrs. I. J. Williams and J. M. Reddish Wednesday afternoon e (

TOREAuthorized church here. We are always gladto family visited relatives in Lulu SERVICE
have the Halls with us and and Lake City Monday and Tues- Mrs. J. T. Moore was shoppingIn Open 9 A. ML-9 P M.
have missed them since i they Jacksonville Thursday. I 226 Temple

moved away a ;year ago. I day.Henry Rlcharde v i lilted his Mrs. Paul Starling was shopping Daily Except Thursdays Are.'t'

Elaine Crosby, small daughter I grandparents. Mr. and Mrs. J.. H. in Starke Thursday of last

of Mr. and Mrs. R. R. Crosby Ritch In Jacksonville during the week. tr-- n ""- ...... ,1SERVICES
- --
?y The War Department was brought home from the Glen- pUt week. He returned horns Mrs. Arthur Taylor and small

dale Hospital Sunday afternoon' Saturday with his aunt Mrs. Annie daughter of Jacksonville are
and is much improved. spending several days with Mr. ;
R. Norman who was the l
OperatedBy and Mrs. J. T. Prevatt.
Dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. guest for the day'of Mrs Annie
Richard Thede who is servingIn ,
Ex-Soldier J. W. McRae Monday evening
an M. Rlcharde and Mr. and Mrs.
were Rev. and Mrs. W. E. Hall, H. M. Rlcharde. the Medical Corps Is spendinga EVERY SUNDAY NIGHT :
his wife and his
furlough with
.Mr. and Mrs. H. M. McRae, Mrs. After more than two years' I
Robert Myrick. Mrs. Fred L. Conner service In the Pacific, MoMM: 1-c parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. R

HEADQUARTERS and Miss Odessa McRae. Earl S. Carter Is in the States Theda.

OR ALL MILITARY SUPPLIES We are sorry to report the Illness for a 30 day leave and, with his yesterday Mrs Carl after Taylor visiting returned home her SUNDAY SCHOOL 3 P. M.

of Edwin McRae. He has wife of B1 1 Iou ntstown, and his in
mother, Mrs. Llllle Norman IIi.
NOVELTIES and JEWELRY the measles.
mother, Mrs. R. Carter of Miami,

.., stationed Miss Alethma in Pensacola Carlton,', 'arrived who is visited his brother-in-law and sis Jacksonville..L.. H. Harper who.Is serving Everyone Invited To Come And Feel ,
ter, :Mr. and Mrs;,Kelly Tyus, for
Sunday and was accompanied to! several days last week. with the armed forces Is spend- You Are A Part Of Us. ', ,
ing a furlough with his wife. and
en Suslow'srmy ? her home in Brooker by Mrs. Mra. J. E. Chamber. came home
Robert Myrick, Miss Odessa Mc- Sunday from Monttcello where children. 9 IJ
Truman Prevatt, who is stationed r
Rae and Clinton Bond. I .
she had visited Mr. and Mrs. Earl
Mrs. Susie Myrick of Lake at Camp Blandjng, spent
two weks.
Chambers for
Store Geneva spent part of last week Mrs. W. G. Stringfellow wentto the week-end with\ his mother, '

with Mrs. H. M. McRae. Atlanta Ga., Friday for a tendays' Mrs. Lizzie Prevatt. the Gospel Mission ;
Mrs. L. L. Wainwright was
at Pine
Remember the
E. Call Street Starke, Fla. stay with Capt. and Mrs. of Mr. and
Sunday dinner guest
Level Church Sunday.Woodlawn
Manassa. i
George Mrs. J. E. Warren. Assembly Of GodJUST

_.!'. . e . . e e e e Mrs. J. W. Ritch and Pvt. Dil- Mrs. L. V. Hiatt and daughters,

lard Hundley of Camp and Blandlng Mrs. J. Betty Jean and Mable and Mrs.Hiatt' WEST OF B GATE CAMP DLANDING .
were guests of Mr.
niece, Miss Carolyn Ross,
Even a H. Hundley Sunday.Rev. of Starke were visiting their son J. A. BROOKS MINISTER
L. A. Shepherd was the ,
fly l\In. Myrle Rafuse and d au"hter-In-law, Mr. and i \
. e e 5 S . e. guest speaker at the Jacksonville Hiatt, Sunday.Mr. ... j
Mrs. .
'WOODENINDIAN Club Monday when the .. .. -. .. .. ..,- If
Rotary and Mrs. Theodore Keller- :
There will be services each program was dedicated to Scout- man- and Mrs. 'C. S. Bohannan of I ,\ I,
Sunday morning and evening at ing's thirty-fifth anniversary.,His of I
Miami were week-end guests
) the Woodlawn Baptist Church. subject was "The Challenge of a Mrs. Bohannan's parents, :Mr. and THROUGH THESE PORTALS MlI

Come and bring someone with Crlmeless Community." 'Mrs. A. M. Blanchard.IN PASS THE BEST SOLDIERSON : I

COULD FEEL THE WARM you.Elder O. J. Raulerson filled his. . . e . . . THH CIRCUIT!' CO TUT IV ANn EARTH II

A I R OF HOSPITALITY regular appointment here Sundayand KI.OHIOA.Pfllt II ItAD9'0III COUNTY :

he and Mrs. Raulerson were Brooker No.

THAT PERVADES THE Saturday over-night guests of Mr t>ELL.THOMPtlUN Plaintiff, I

and Mrs. L. P. Fafuse. By Joyce Atkinson va- WATCHJJ
BLANDING CENTER BAR Mr and Mrs. B. L. Wilkerson e. e e e . e e. her EDNA hueband PKKI.K, and JOE PEELE,

and children attended Church Defendant.

WIlY NOT GATHER Elder and Mrs. Rauleraon Mr Friends of Mr. and Mrs. H. P. and Notice by virtue!III hereby of the given Write that of under Execution : :

TOGETHER A FEW and Mrs. L. W. Page, and !or. and Gainey will be very sorry to hear issued' In that certain cause E 11
that their home was entirely In the Circuit Court of Hradford
FRIENDS Mrs., L. P. Rafuse were Sunday County, Florida, wherein Delia
AND ENJOY A FEW dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. destroyed by fire early Wednes- Thompson> wa plaintiff and KdnaPeele 1 A
GOODFELLOWSIIIP Davis. day morning of last week. Mrs.Gainey and Joe Peels, her huahand
HOURS OF Perry were defendant the Maid execution
IN Let's all keep praying for our was preparing breakfastand being dated the 25th of Jan-
service menDo the kerosene stove exploded. uary. A. D. 194, I, A. O. AN- i
THE PLEASANT total ItHKU, having levied upon the following -
Practically everything was a the
OFELAN described property an
SURROUNDINGS loss. property. of the above named defendant t
*; eltuate, lying and belntf e
You Too. Suffer WithBACKACHE' TYLER BABY In the County of Bradford, State 4t
Florida to-wltt
DING Mi', and Mrs. Bryant Tyler an- Lot. 9, II. II. 14. 28, |In Wood.
nounce the birth pf a daughteron lawn, Hectlon 17, Township I
Houtn, Range 12 Fa!. II t. 60 .cr....
due to Kidney: Tfouble Thousands Feb. 4. Lot II, In Woodlawn Section
CENTERBA get rellei by using DDNO-FLOSH 18, Township B South, Range
Mrs. H. C. Martin of Hawthorne 22 Emit. 10 acrea.
sjMAYBELLE Sold for orer a quarter ol a century returned to her home aftera Lot I. 2, and South H of Lot
2, of Block It. Town of Law
< J. HYDE oa a money-back five week visit with her daughter tey, Went of Railroad Section
MANAGER Youi Bottle Now at Mrs. R. E. Gano. 21, Township S South, Range L

KOCII DRUG STORE Mrs. Gadsden Parker was In 22 E..t.'Comm.nclnc. SI feet from

Gainesville :Monday ontbuslness.Mn outheant corner of Hotel lot :
and running* westerly 100 feet
and Mrs. H.- H. Hendersonof thence southerly lOt feet, 1 v y
Sanderson attended services at thence easterly 100 feet thence
to of
northerly 104 feet point
it'sGISLAIN'S. the Church of Christ Sunday. beginning', Town of Lawtey 1
Electrician 2-c Henry Tyler en- w..t of railroad. Section 23,
route to Norfolk, Va.. Is visitinghis Township. B South Range 21Bant. :

I parents.Mr. 1 Lot 85 feet North and South
and Mi..' boy Mott and by 100 feet Kaet and Went. on ..
West aide of State Street,
family were visiting relatives In bounded north by Nolan Htreet
Raiford Sunday.M. and south by Thede Street, . the parade of
Town of Lawt.y, went of Railroad -
S. Curry, State Overseer of Section t%, Townehlp S
the Church of God In Florida, was South, Range 21 cant. service men throughthe
And I will on the 6th day of March
visiting here Monday evening. A. 1). 114ft between the legal hour
fort Mrs. Frank Polk and daughter of ..Ie. to.wit, 11:00: o'clock Inforenoon
... and 2:00: o'clock In after.noon portals of P. S.
Edith of Trenton were Sunday
before the front door of the
NEXT dinner guests of Ml, and Mrs. Bradford Co un ty Courthouse at
Btarke, Bradford County, Florida Stores. There MUST
DOOR Cooney Tyler. offer the said property for Hale at
Mrs. Lee Green and children, public outcry and will pelt the
fT' Marie and Tommy, and Miss Vel' earn. to the hlghent and beat bidder be a reason.
f3 TO I for cash, the proceeda of the r
eta Hodges were visiting relativesand aid pale to be applied .. far aa

KOCH'S friends in Gainesville Sun- may b. to the payment of the e

Leander Parrish of Tren- AT FIRST
ton was a Sunday guest of Mr. :1D

Greeting Cards 9 Costume Jewelry and Mr. Ed Polk. IIGHOFAO_ STORES
9 Shell Novelties 9 Mr. and Mrs. L. O. Hazen of

Starke were visiting here Sunday.Mr. : N .

Scenes 9 Gifts For Children and Mrs. A. D. Martin of u9E 666 '
9 Florida Hand Painted)
Waldo were recent visitors of ..4 AT BLANDING BUS STATION

their sister Mrs. R. E. Gano. Cold npGrotioo.dJr"I.




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will Johnson, Mrs. John A. Fauaett, AND NOTICE TO APPEAR seal at Stark, Florida, this February 11th. 1945.OFFICIAL.
I Friends of J. P. Roberto BHS BasketeersIn STATE OF FLORIDA to.: Ar- 15 1946.OFFICIAL j
;ed Cross ( SEAL
vice Chairman Wives' Council )
of the A.t.:
be glad to know that he Is at veslne Carter, whose residence andaddress ( HEAL A..s. Thomas, AB Clerk of Bald Thou
Trenton For presided at a short business Is % Mrs. Thlma Bergwall Court
20 time Aa Clerk of Bald Court.
Meet February home after spending some I K. K. Ferryman .
3677 Gordon Oaks, Brunswick Stark.,
In a Jacksonville hospital. Conference Tilt session. Mrs Robert A. Drew Qenricla.You. . J. B, Harrison 106 Law Exchange Atty. for Plf. 2-8 Florid
r? Judge E. K, Ferryman chairman and Mrs Paul P. Johnson were are required to appear on BMgr. Jackvonvlll. Florida. Atty. U 1.,
for Pit. 2-16 4t '-9
March 19th., 11)46 In the above
Red Arch Dobbs of continued Its brand of elected to( serve a term of eight
of the Bradford County Mr. and Mrs. BHS named Court and cause wherein -
CrosH Chapter announces that the State Farm spent Sunday bang-up basketball Tuesday night weeks on the Council to replace plaintiff seeks divorce. Bradford IN! CIRCUIT: cornT BRADFORD
$ County Telegraph shall publish this .
Y the annual meeting; of the organization with Pvt and Mrs. Alton Dobbs. by edging out Cross City 47-46 retiring Order In next four weekly Issues.

will be held Tuesday Other Sunday guests of Pvt. and In a thrilling ntp-and-tuck con A mock wedding was presented! Witness my hand and official. Earnest. S. Fowler Plaintiff va.

night Feb. 20 In the Methodist Mrs. Dobbs were Mr. and Mr. test in the Starke armory. as the program feature of the day seal at 14th.Starke, 1945.}Florida this February Jessie Fowler. Defendant. Case No.

recreation building starting at 8 Carl Dobbs' of Lake City. At the end of the first quarterthe by Mesdamee Forrest E. Bush A. (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas 3496.
tf J. Casey John A. Fausett. KeithW. As Clerk of said Court. ORDER OF PUBLICATIONAND
o'clock. two teams were )In a 10.10 Wm. D. Morgan Fifth Floor Clark NOTICE TO APPEAR

" There will be an election of officers will make the principal addressof deadlock, but at the horn for the Taylor, George Mathieu, Ever BldsT. Jacksonville, Florida, Atty. .STATE 09 FLORIDA to Jeaala
' ett Yeattman Harley Haire, Char- for Plf. 2-lt 4t 1-& Fowler whose address la Long
2y and an out-of-town speaker the evening. half the tally was 28-27 for the Beach, California .
oncedefeatedDixie les Sanborn, and Warren O You are required to appear on
-. --- -- highly-touted Rourke. IN CIRCUIT COURT BRADFORDCOUN'PY March 12th., 1946 In the above COMES FIRST
t cagers. named Court and cause. wherein

Cross City increased Its lead to Jeff CKRV.T. Anderson Plaintiff vs. plaintiff leaks divorce and Custodyof

I ;: 36-40 In the third period. The Leon J. Lewis Sarah Elisabeth. Anderson, Defen Telegraph Children... shall Brad publish ford this County OrderIn LAPPE BAKERYThe {
; dant. Case No. 3586.
I next four weekly issues.
Starke five then pulled up abreast -i PUBLICATIONAND
I Services were held In the De- Witness my hand and official seal
of their opponent and
at Starke Florida, thus February
Witt C. Jones Chapel Wednesday STATE OF FLORIDA: SarahElisabeth
; neither team was able to gain .
whose residence
afternoon for Leon J. Lewis Jr.
the advan t a g e until Thornton Is 1300 Ileyward Columbia, -- -'
( one year old son of Sgt. and Mrs. South Carolina.You --
Bank a shot from the charity .
1(1' L. J. Lewis Sr The baby died are required to appear on ---
l line. From then on it was nlp- March lath., 1940 In the abovenamed
and-tuck until the last 30 secondsof Sunday in the Station Hospitalat Court and cause wherein'
Blanding and the body was plaintiff seeks. divorce Bradford I The Gift That Only You Can Give. .
)\' play when Burney for the Tornadoes County Telegraph shall publish this
sank a field goal that shipped to Chicago, Ill., for burial. Order. In next four weekly Issues.
:\ :: AND VEGETABLES Witness. my hand and" official YOURPHOTOGRAPH
gave the locals the victory. Shu- seal at Starke Florida, this February -

ford of Starke connected for 11 Bible School Hour 9th., 1945. .. r

; 'WE SHIP ANYWHERE' IN U. S. points during the game and Fill- AH(OFFICIAL Clerk of SEAL said) Court.T. A. .J. Thomas,

yaw and Thornton had 10 and 9 There were 51' children at the Frank Landrum Starke, Florida Studio open each till j

respectively. Community Bible Hour this Tuesday Atty. for Plf.,, 2-16 4t 3-9 9 p. m., including Sunday

In' the: 'Methodist\ Church
IN CIRCUIT COURT BRADFORD appointment necessary
Undergoing a'loss' that waa Building. This,group will meet COUNTY, FLORIDA! IN: CIIAN- -Satisfaction 'Guaranteed

due to no fault of their own the each week until the end of school ('FRLuth..r\.
13. McCalllster, vs.
Market Starke cagers went down )in defeat and )is taught by Mrs. W. J. C. Eileen McCalllater, Defendant.

to the Baldwin Indians 23-21 Churchwell with Mrs. R. A. Green Case ORDER No. 3692./OF PUBLICATIONAND HOLLYWOOD CAMERA & GIFT SHOPCall

t last Friday night a t Baldwin. as pianist.IN NOTICE TO APPEAR

Playing on a strange court the STATE OF FLORIDA to.: C. Eileen -

Tornadoes. were hampered by a CIRCUIT COURT BRADFORD Is McCalll..t.ri i35o1 whose Dexter residence Blvd., Street At Railroad
EVERY BRANCH Of 15-foot celling that covered the CKKY. Detroit Michigan.You ; .
court and left Michael Krlm-Shamhal, Plaintiff are required to appear on
of the
greater part, VB. Ida Kebek Anton PodforBka, March, 19th., 1945. In the above
no room for any shots that were Defendant. Can No. 3587. named Court and cause wherein ,
not under the baskets, which, in- ORDER OF PUBLICATION plaintiff seeks this
!InJuranceB. ANI NOTICE TO APPEAR County Telegraph publish
cidentally, Were placed so that it STATE OF FLORIDA to: Ida Order In next four weekly issues

was perilous to try for a goal Reb k: A n to-n Podjroraka..wholeresidence Witness my hand and official
seal at Starke, Florida this February
while the was moving at 1* Unknown.You
player 12th.. 1945.-
are required to appear on
top speed. When Baldwin visited I March 11th.. 1945 In the above (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas.As BRADFORDENGINEERING
Clerk of said Court.
named Court and cause wherein
Starke they experienced a
plaintiff seeks divorce. Bradford T. Frank Landrum. Stark., Florida
setback. this Atty. for Plf. 2-U. 4t 3-9
:C. WALL County Telegraph..hall publish
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Roberts for the Indians playeda Order In next four weekly Issues. IN CIRCUIT COURT.' BRADFORD
Witness my hand and official
brilliant 'game and was high seal at Btarke, Florida, this February COUNTY.. FLORIDA. IN CHAN.

rI' scorer for the gaohe, with 6 field!< 10th., Uti>. Lillian CKR Thomas Jenkins, Plaintiff,
Agency (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas, CO.
\ J Ralph R. Jenkins. Defendant
; goals. Burney was high' for the AB Clerk of said Court. Case vs. No. 3591.ORDER .
locals with 6 points. Walter C. Hardeaty. Daytona Beach OF PUBLICATION:
:J1 Fla., Atty. for Pit. 2-lt 4t a.,
: Constant Service Over 50 YearsPlease AND NOTICE TO APPEAR
A' Wednesday, Feb. 7. the Tornadoes I!*' CIRCUIT COURT: BRADFORD Ralph R. Jenkins, whose residences J.. MAURICE EDWARDS
handed Macclenny a 29-17 COI'KTY. FLORIDA. 1* CHAN- A. S. N. 1718833. Dlv. Ren. Co. Mgr.
roi t Phone 116 defeat In a thrilling contest played CEl'Y. A. V, O. 462, % Postmaster, New -% '?
Mary Williams McCulloh, New York. ,
Plaintiff York *
,' : j
i? on the Baker County court. VB. Edgar Monroe McCulloh. De You are required. to appear on :' > :
Starke had a first period lead of fendant. Case No. 3589. March 19th., 1945. In the. above ";. .' PHONE 94
ORDER 'OF PUBLICATIONAND named Court and cause wherein J,
i l.CLASSIFIED: 6-2 'but at the half was on the NOTICE) TO APPEAR plaintiff seeks divorce and restoration *.

, ADSDR short end of a 7-13 'score. At STATE OF FLORIDA to.: Edgar of. maiden name Bradford -
;]; Monroe. McCulloh whose. Post office County Telegraph. shall publish this ': -
i _Hm...___ __ ____ _ the third period horn the Starke- Address .Is .Seaman lilt Class, Order. In next four weekly Issues. :
''I.r;, ites had been unable to regain the No. ''831-13-59 % Receiving Base Witness my hand and official

'}! DR .ALTO-Attractive I-rooiabuegelow STRAY HOR8K-at my place sines lead and the tally was- 17.13. In Shoemaker California and whose seal at Htarke, Florida, thl. February IT*? Can Furnish You With All Sizes
Residence Address IB % Mrs. M. 13th.. 1945.
In tine condition In Jan If.
I'' excellent I neighborhood.' Will nil Identifying,Owner'paying may for have ad and by the final period the Bradford Asner, (Mother.North') Route 6, Box. 1(5 ( Clerk of said) Court. Thomas
r" ?1'' on t.rm.--M'r. H 11 d abellf C. keep.. 1M.. Mersey. Theressa. cagers overcame the lead and went Salisbury, Carolina. As
:;, WlUon. 11* VT. Madison. UpI tae ttp You are required to appear on T. Frank Landrum. Starke. Florida Concrete Building Blocks Gravel Sand
far ahead. ''Macclenny was able .
March 16th., 1945, In the above Atty. for, Plf. 2-U 4t 3-9
I : to connect with only' two. field named' Court and cause wherein. -
MATTRESSES' >ef all. kind renovated THAT INDEPENDENT MAN-!I. plaintiff seeks divorce and maiden IN CIRCUIT COURT. BRADFORD
;' ; furniture upholstered andS located at 111 South Walnut St.. goals in the last half., The name restored. Bradford County COUNTY FLOHIDAl IN CHANCERY {
"S". .t reftnlahed. Drop us a ,card. to accurately, efficiently and Impartially Starke quint led by Shuford tallied Telegraph.. shall' publish this OrderIn Mortar Mix and Cement
I ,, HAJn'INUI'IIIATTIUDIIS' : CO., Bbl assist In preparing your next four weekly Issues. Violet. Dennis Joseph Plaintiff vs.
.;' In, Palatkai.Via. U complicated Income 'tax return. with 11. Walker for .the) Pirates Witness my hand and official Charlie Joseph Def.ndant.aa.! .

bl'.j' for a nominal fee I See H.. O. and Shuford for the Tornadoes seal at Htarke,' Vlqrlda.} ... this February No.ORDER
i:+ ; Urown. at law
.; : BJNCHIl Individually led In scoring with 11 llth., 1945L; ALSO
,ip,, dad t ned.' Mr.' Bertha Pearce, ItS (OFFICIAL SEAL A. J. Thomas, NOTICE TO APPEAR
FOR MALE lood mule. Will
.,' -( farm .each. STATE FLORIDA- Charlie
"Wee* Madison lit -3i-4tB points As Clerk of .aid; Court. OF to:
i, work anywhere 1".> .F. FlumeStark Walter C., Hardesty. Daytona. Beach. Joseph whose residence. Is Rte. No.
S}j( FOR BALM: On. J. U.n Feed Mill. *. Itp Conference at' Trenton Fla. AttYI' for. Pit., ; 2-18 4t 3-9 2, 'nerlln, Maryland. *
!}r I -Earl Cook: Stark: *.. 1-18 ttp The Suwannee Conference la You are required to. appear on} READY 'MIXED CONCRETE
OPENING& .IK W. Madison Bt.,
CIRCUIT March 19th.. ,
C-OI'llT. 1945 the above
I .
tailoring hop, military Micratlons now being flayed 'in Trenton and ;
FLORIDA IN CHANt'KHV. named Court and wherein.
,, HELP VVANTmn' Kldorly ,white . cause
and Mr. .EvaAlvarez
dressmaking r
I woman for general 'house work I 1-1 the Tornadoes, seeded No. 2, have plaintiff seeks divorce and re..tora.tlon
In trailer Living/ quarter.,turnlHhed 4tp high hopes of coming back home' Thomas McCabe Plaintiff. vs. of maiden name. Bradford 'DELIVERED 'TO 'YOUR JOB
'. I, In separata trailer. ,Mrs Elizabeth. S'haef..Jo McCabe Defen County Telegraph shall publish this
LOHT. Utrayed or "' One
b\ .' LeUrande, tilarke Amusements. brown pointer.. dog answers. to with the championship title. BHSis dant. Case No. 2929. Order In next. four weekly Issues..
:, 1-36 Itp ortDEii OP'' PUBLICATION Witness my hand and ''official.
Prownle. Reward for1' return or slated to play Hawthorne Fri .

4L;:. FOR 8ALIChll". crib,: fn excellent Information: . ,L. Dv VlnlnrStarke. day. Semi-finals will be played STATE AND NOTICE OF FLORIDA TO APPEAR tor Mrs seal .t.12th.Starke.., 1945.Florida, this February ._ -.. .,' "- -- _,_,''''' "... ,-...... TO -.. ..... ..... .. .. "'---.01
," '. condition, Apply at lit M, Saturday morning and the finals Elisabeth: Sch a e t. r McCabe, % (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas,
r, I', Call St., upstairs Itp l.OMTmaU black dog, with tan Jla....' Tlmney. fDHughter) 17 Sterling As Clerk. of said Court ,
front legs. Owner name) on.lactteward Saturday(night.'Corporals Avenue White. Plains, New T. Frank Landrum. Starke., Florida
: ;' FOIt SALE-Playpen (folding) for return to A. B. Wll-I Butler ,and Brown York. Atty. for Plf. 2.18 4t 8-9
,, SS with floor and pad. Phone 17-5 hams, Magnolia Hotel. H lip the two fine officials who have You are required to appear. on ,Filling a
a l or write Hot 4(1.( ItJwo' i March 16th., 1945 In the above IN CIRCUIT COVRT. BRADFORD
FOR SALE -One horse 'mule, one officiated at most local contests named Court and cause. wherein COUNTY FLORIDA! IN: CHAN-
: FOR. SAL.1'1' -niack, fur-trimmed mare mule, about 12 or14. year this season will be at the Con- plaintiff weeks. divorce\ Bradford C" I'"'. prescriptionis
," winter coat In excellent condi old wt. 950 to 10DII pound each County Telegraph. shall publish this Walter. Llchtensteln.. Plaintiff vs. ; I
tion. 23 Jefferson St. lip Anybody cnn work them will ference. Order In next four weekly Issue Mabel Llchtensteln/ Defendant.. Case
work .anything $100 each. Reason Witness. my hand and official No. 3598. next i
," t FOR BALE-1941 Ford Tudor Can for selling. ,* have bought tractor. seal at Starke Florida this February .- ORDER OF PUBLICATION
tIJ he seen at Standard Station< I .-K. K. Wsmlln S ml. north Lenten Devotional 14th., 1945.. ANn NOTION TO APPEAR;:
A "+'.f Lawtey. '2-l. ItPI of Waldo on Road 13. oJl." Itp (OFFICIAL SISAL) A. J. Thomas, STATE OF! FLORIDA to: Mable in importanceto
11t1'to''! Group At USO ClubAt AH Clerk of Bald Court. Ltchtenstein, who. residence Is
4J'1 REWORD; for return of ration. Walter C. llardenty. Daytona Beach. 1 Marietta St.. East Brunswick
,'I'iM\ e' 30 ROOMS book, stolen from my oar Wed. Fla. Atty. for Plf. 2-16 4t 3-9 Township Pox 8 South River New 'writing' itt
Feb.. 14.-Llndsey UrlfMs. lip the regular meeting of the Jersey.. .

: : :i ALL FURNISHED FOR BALIroom (eottnge( located Army Wives' Council of the Walnut IN! riRC-i'iT' FLORIDA rornr. BRADFORDCOI'NTY. >IN! C1IAN- March You' 19 are, 1945.required. in the to above. appear named on.

t' at 501 at. Clair St.? 1,000 cant Street USO, Club on. Thursday ('aclt Y. Court and cause wherein plaintiff
"It. rood terms for alance. Alno Mrs. Keith W; Taylor was Claude Carter Plaintiff vs. Ar- Keeksdivorce.. Bradford County
BOOK A ROOM AHEAD new 6 room cottage, new furniture veslno. Carter Defendant. Case Telegraph shall publish this Order
'1 I i itp gas kitchen., $1.500 ca..h. elected chairman to succeed Mrs. No. 859 fI. In next tOM I'.weekly issues. .
1! FOIl YOUR WIFE Located corner of Center and James Llddon whose term of of- ORDER OF PUBLICATION Witness my hand and official
.' Broad Stv See. C. K. Na.worthy.
: j t' Tip Top Super Market X-16 41 fice? has expired. Final arrange- I.-
ibfl'i; Gas Heat I In Each:Kootn ments for a Lenten devotional r
.. l"OUNlJ-A ladles wrist watch on 1ANC
Temple Bt. The watch may be group "Design for Living", were
!'ti claimed by asking at the Y. W. discussed. The group will meet ED
PLACE C. A. ., U. \8.,0., Mr*. Hue Date-. C 17cr C
man.LOOT.gnlall. each Tuesday and Thursday morn- )

t ; KINGSLEY LAKE Ing at 10:30: o'clock., under the

'1000 Feet From D Gate and white whit dog streak, with downn blackhead direction of the Rev. Grover All- h

I ,Ij n.. e. Answers. to name of son, pastor of St. Mark's Episcopal -
'Pno'hle'! Has 1939 Tenn. tax. t
""j FOR SALF.-UU model Willy four If know whereabout", write, Church, and will study the 71= .
t"" 'iii'' door *.dan. See W t C, McCord. Mr. W. +iA. Bunch. 411 Falrpolnt Psalms concerning trust faith O am a.os ONrCIy
9 k Up St, Chattanooga Tenn. lip hope confession and praise.
Mrs. Paul Bridges was hostessat

the refreshment table at the

Valentine Couple Dance Saturday The confidence your doctor

evening and Sgt. Nicky Yesko of I

FOR SALE Pennsylvania entertained the has in your pharmacistis

guests with two tap dances. Cpl.

and the grand Mrs. march.On Brute: Saunders led in Time To Get Ready for Spring Planting a tribute to both

Monday at one o'clock the WE CARRY A COMPLETE LINE OF GARDEN &

"Ladles In Waiting" met with FLOWER SEED the man and the

Mrs. Joseph B. Frill, R. N., to > ' .
# '4 NEARLY NEW, SIX ROOM AND "" discuss problems of prenatal and .. ... x;I';_,' professionthat
'"' ,. '-I,,' ,
\ BATH HOUSE 'T" "'.. postnatal care. SEE US FOR BABY CHICKS 'IIojft.....(. c

;; LARGE LOT NICE LOCATION The Army Wives' Luncheon on he *. -
't' PRICE $3,500 Tuesday carried out the valentine
( theme in all details with red and SEED STORE
serves. .,, .:/ .
\ white the predominant colors In '. ;. ; '
Cr .' '
NEW SIX ROOM HOUSE table and room decorations. .' .. ' :;"'t :.. .' -

-I tt t .. :;;.. LOT 50x100PRICE After a tempting meal of Italian ..S 1 ..:: ''": "s

$3,500 "'' -''1.-. .0-, :; spaghetti prepared by Mesdames '

.. .' '.f< Wayne B. Fugitt and Paul P. He merits from you the same confidence that \

'." ; .... HOUSE 'J Relief At Last OF THE SOUTH t he has already earned from your doctorCARPENTER'S

,A SIX ROOMS AND BATH For Home DeliveriesOn

;,n LOT 217x210 "' For Your Cough Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays I

4 $2,000 Phone Starke 82 and Leave Orders i

Creomnlaion relieves promptly be-
cause it goes right to the seat of the I

r troUble to help loosen and expel GRADE A PASTEURIZED I
rm laden phlegm and aid nature

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