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 23, 1945
Frequency: weekly
Subject: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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Volume ID: VID04903
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Forsake Glamour Haircuts( In Favor Of The ,

aldy Special. . Cue-balls Find Shaving Their BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH

eads }Makes The Hair Grow,..Sgt. Anderson Says

Molucca Islands, NEt Official County Publication Established In 1811 ,

Hal Boyle, one of the better war correspondent covering the _-

ropean Theatre for Associated,. Press, says that the artistic temruoents I "OLUMK SIXTY-8lCVEN 8TA1tK> FLORIDA-FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 23 19U EndJGlITE_ ,;

of Belgium barbers were sorely offended by the sight of .r

,11II' Hah since gelf-inflicted! If being the deprived Belgians Yank haircut''of think the those services,the boy trims of had were professional been bail giving they tonsorlal-shoulda eacher Selective Service Sets Up Center Dies Former In PerryThe Pastor Here Council To DiscusGovernment ;s; Changing City I

Staff glimpse Sergeant of our John NEI LaRocca version.; of. Cleveland' Ohio? Pfc For Aid'of Returning Veterans: 61. former Rev.pastor William of A.the Fischer Starke, At Mi eetiiig. Tuesday

. of Cen- Methodist Church died at his
-" ..- ....." ..-.. ... ..... . .. .. 1- ,
: Ala., and '. ; .. home in Perry Sunday afternoon
to '
Mc- Steps perfect Veterans following an illness of several W. M. Edwards, chairman of

.rte Abner of Cen- ,:. :.'''.1"""," '-'to:' tion Service Center Committee were taken and here Informa-Tues- Pvt. F. D. Hinton months.After leaving 1 Starke, Mr. Chaplain To Hold special the City meeting Council of has the body called for a '

I i. S. C., are '. i day when Edwin Harwell, Audit Killed In Action
.' Fischer served as pastor of An- SoulWinningCourse Tuesday night Feb. 27, at 8 o'-
three Head- .. ..I t- supervisor for the Selectlvj: : Ser derson Memorial Church In Jack-' clock for the purpose of discussing t
Com- ";: vice System State of Florida Pvt. Frederick Iein Hinton 18 At Church
irters 'MI. :, '::1/i/ sonville before going to Perry the possibility of changing
,1'.1 I. met with the Local Board to discuss was killed In action In the '
n y barbers. i Eng more than three years ago* to Chaplain Daniel of Camp Slam* Starke's official set-up to the J
8 first twoe --.1: ways and means of luUIll- lish!! Channel, on December 25, according become pastor of the Methodist ding will teach, a Soul-Winning City Manager form of govern

profession 1eadr Ing the Government''! obligationto to word received here by Church there. Course at the First Baptist ment.

while Mac 4 men returning from service In relatives.Pvt. Funeral services were held Wed Church each night next week To do this would require revision -

med the trade the armed forces. Hinton was born at Jasper nesday afternoon in Perry. Mr. starting Monday at 7:30: p. m. of the City Charter, Mr.

cutting hLslIy' t I Mrs.' Ruth Grlffls.: clerk: .of tho and lived there until. 1941 Since and Mrs. L, D. Vining and Mrs. The text Is "Winning Others for Edwards stated which would

, hairk t i ,, '" i Ii Local Board, stated yesterdaythat that time he made his home In W E. Mlddleton were among Christ": necessitate!! passing special legislation -

them 6i w although many of the pro- Brooker until May;" 1944. when those attending from Starke. Mrs. Charles Torres will teach at the next session of the
on % visions of the G. L Bill of Rights he enlisted in the Army. lie wasserving State Legislature In April. Such
= young people and the jun-
later exndtng still need interpretation! before with an Infantry unit. Red Cross Officers iors and intermediates will study proposed legislation will be discussed ?
his complete information can be given -, He trained at Camp Blending and at the meeting next Tues
"Witnessing for Christ" at the
pe to Include *' to discharged veterans, the Camp Rucker, Ala, and went Re-elected At same hour.
e neighbors.: S + Selective Service office here will overseas In November Annual Meeting Anyone Interested, In being a Edwards called attention to

?se Joes can serve as a clearing house\ for Surviving are his parents, Mr. soul-winner for Christ Is Invitedto the fact that Gainesville\ operates

aider them- such Information as Is now avail and Mrs.' W. 'H. Hinton of Lake The Annual Meeting of the attend. under the city manager form of it

'88 lucky bout able. Men with discharges are Butler four sisters Mrs.. Earl Bradford County Chapter American government which provides for

they not w4 invited to apply at jhe office In. Green and Mrs. Ernest Edwardsof Red Cross was held at the the election of five commissionerswho

keep In 1"a the armory for such Informationas I'' Brooker, Mrs.: JMt.' F. Vlckery, Preaby tertan-Ep t I. o o p a 1 Church RodeheaverHere then appoint a salaried city .

y ctlce I 4) u is now available.For Jr., of Gainsevflo'tand Mrs. S. Service Center, Tuesday night. manager. The manager, In turn, ,

profes- the benefit of Ronald Barnett of Washington, Judge E. 1 K. Perryman, Chair- appoints the chief of police, fire

>ally, but >;l"" leased service men and those still D. C.; four brothers Wm. H. man of the Chapter, presided. chief and practically all other officers .

:h sends home ,. in the service who may not be Hinton Jr., A-8 Bainbridge Md., The Invocation was given by the Sunday In the city's official family. :

least 9150 a. .. .' '' ... .. entirely famillary with the pro Ralph R. Wetherlngton, F 2-c, Rev. W. J. Churchwell, pastor of The office of city clerk la \
:,. .,. .'" . . visions of the Selective Trainingand New York Cpl. Joe W. Wether- the First Methodist Church I also absorbed under the citymanager. ,

nth earned by ..... . ..,:...'..-,".- ,' Service .Act relating to re- ington, serving, with the army Suzanne Hertz and .Alice Lappe Lake Homer Rodeheaver of Wenona .

a r1n a GI employment rights discharged overseas and Robert T. Hinton of from the Girl Scout Troop, led in with ,the Ind.famous, former Evangelist song leader Although the"matter will not f,'
ks. I'd like to own a few veterans, officials stated that a Lake Butler.Fanners. the salute to the flag. Judge Sunday will be guest! speaker and be discussed In detail until next }

>era In this business myself. veteran is entitled by law to reinstatement Ferryman gave'a brief resume* soloist" at the Methodist Church Tuesday, at least one member of
in his former of the work of the stat- the council has stated
other punt) position Chapter, Sunday morning, Feb. 25, at 11 unofficiallythat
'he bulk of South Pacific hairs or to a position of like sen- MeetingSet ing that a more detailed accountof o'clock. he would not be In favorof

iority, status and pay under the Chapter activities for the year known changing the city's form of
fall Into two categories: following conditions: 1944, would be found In the An- Mr. Rodeheaver, as one government unless citizens were

e close-cropped GI standard ((1) If Much position wan In the For Saturday nual Report a copy of which was of has the.worid's been In best gospel! services singers, given a chance to approve the
employe' of a private employer, the given to each of those present. evangelistic matter In a regular city election.
1 the baldy special. The acpanylng U. d. Government its territorial with Bishop Arthur J. Moore at
.. Other copies are available/ at the
poiiexHtona or the DUtrtct of Columbia
,. Lakeland
Tampa and Orlando
snapshots will give ;? Farmers of the county who are Chapter Office to anyone who is Price
i a rough Idea of ,our,open-air (3> If such position wa not a Interested in the 1915: Conserva Interested.An during the past few weeks. He Congressman

serial parlor, and the grinningat J JtIf temporary(a) If he one left; such position tub.eciuent tion program and ,how it affects election of officers was held leads Instrumental the singing numbers and also on plays his To Be Guest

tq May 1, 1940 In orderto the farmers, are urged to attenda
the right demonstrate the with the following officers unanimously golden trombone. Of Rotary Tonight
entej" upon active military service meeting Saturday afternoon
shed product. The popularitythe ? In the land or naval forcesof elected:'
the. United States; Feb. 24. at. ,1:30: o'clock In the "Starke U favored In. having Congressman Emory Price will
baldy special la due to thet (4) It he satisfactorily completed a Judge E. K. PerrymanchapterChairman. this distinguished Christian lay-
Courthouse h
as n o u n by
be the guest speaker tonight (Fri
that the hill period of training and service
scalp merean man of World
as our guest
and received ft certificate to that County Agent L T. Dyer. LAy- day) when members of the Starke ,
extension of the forehead effect; Since there are several Important Jos. E. Wilson-1st Vice Chair m a 11' s Day," the Rev, W. J. Club and their
Rotary: Rotary
the back of the neck and facll- .. (5) If he IB still qualified to Churchwell, paatorof the church,
... '' changes in this program forthis
alIt perform the duties of Much position man.E. Anns .gather In, the USO Club, :
tes washing in the mornings. ; year, the County AAA Committee L.. Matthews-2nd Vice said In making the announcement.. Temple 'A' Washington Sts., to 1

seems that. most*we a are just grown-up kids after all and't rectnplormen(6). If he make wltJiJp'OtfalTP application, =,, ,:for Is' anxious that the pro- Chairman. 1 The layman of the church will. celebrate (He 43rd anniversary ,,ofItotary '!
*' from _: .. grh.m"be ""-ttJrt! Shanun3rd Vice Chair{ b.:kt'ehargar2; ,thtstiigrtjee, 'ii,e..... ,
reslsT"thaT8raaif4foywur'git; t to' cut off ali their" l.ah-'as'soon he !M ri'lteveu Iv'-: ; fuUy'>5)laln; d Louis <&teforttoiMiSupf. !. ( >eiwlUr! "

they leave the resigning# Influence of civilization and the re- employ(7) If of Much a private position' employer, la In the the farmers. man. While- in this! community, Mr. be served In' the club wing at

ing influence of the female sex. At rate the boys don't go employer: clroumstanceii, have; not There are 050 farmers of the Mrs. L. H. Hill, Lawtey-Ith Rodeheaver will appear. at the 8:30: o'clock. '
.' HO changed a* to make It lmi>o.- : county participating in the pro- Pine Level Baptist Church Sun- '
for glamour on NEI; they lost:. Interest in Hollywood hairstyles Bible or unreasonable to reinitiate' Vice Chairman. Congressman Price recently returned -
and the total received day night at 8 o'clock.
the veteran to such position or to gram payments
en they lost their L. A, Brown, Brooker 5th Vice from a tour of the South
women. Convenience and coolness Is the
a loRltion of like seniority, statue in thls< county usually run 4 He will also conduct the "Sol t
here Chairman. Pacific fighting fronts and always I
a not appearance. and pay.. After nraplortnrnt around $20,000 a year, Mr. Dyer, dier Hour" at the Tabernacle Sun-
ItlKbt has of interest 1,
I a !!
Many of our bald pates (the natural not the artificial, ones) A veteran who" Is restored to a stated. However, this year, he Mrs. J. T. Guy, .Hampton-6th day afternoon at 4 o'clock. I for his audience.Ilggtnbotham message. :
testing out the old theory that shaving the scalp makes hairw position In tho employ of the Fed- explains, the payments are likely I Vice Chairman II
eral Government or a private em- I
J. 1', and Junius '
> faster. They hope to surprise the folks back home with a ployer, aa provided In l'nrRttmi 1abov. not to be this much unless the Riley Wasdln, Graham7thVice Heart Attack Fatal
.. In entitled by law to the Chairman. Smith, members of the program
uttful out certain
head hair farmers prac-
their to And carry
postwar upon return the States.
following additional benefits:
committee, have something un-
eve It or not, I know of one case where It actually worked. Staff (a) lie shall be considered as tices. These points will be fully Mrs. H. C. Rltch-Secretary. To J. E. ToneyMr. usual their sleeve! but they .

geaht! Garvlce Barnette of Northport, Ala. was bald to the ears having been on furlough or leave of explained at the meeting Satur- F. F, Stump-Treasurer.! up
or absence during; his period and Mrs. Eldrtilge Smith "ain't talking", Each member
day afternoon. AU farmers are J. C. Marcotter Assistant Field
1 faithfully shaved his head! once a week for six months. Now service; and daughter Diana, were calledto present will have a part on the
(b) He shall lie restored without urged to attend.Former Director, Amerl can Red Cross,
has a thick growth half an Inch long all over his head wherere loss of seniority; Shubuta, Miss, last week because program but as for what and
was but (c) He shall be entitled to participate Camp handing gave an Interest- death of Mrs. when-that remains to be seen.
of the
sparse fuzz before. Garvlce, 27, and all smiles, says: In Insurance or other benefits ing account of his work as Direc
ist wait until I get home. and my girl sees THIS!" offered by the employer pursuant BishopOf tor of Athletics Mr. Smith's father J.. E. Toney.Mr. In addition to his Rotary Ann '
to established rules and practices overseas member of the club Is per- ,
e South JapanAt Toney was well-known here,
relating to employee on furlough Marcotter was with the troops in I'I'each

This morning about 0400 we experienced our first earthquake. with or the leave employer of absence at the In time effect St. Mark'sThe Iceland, England Scotland, Ire- having spent several summer vacations mitted as t o his invite "outside"couple

roa sleeping in my jungle hammock, which was slung between such person entered ,mIlitary or land and France. at Kingsley Lake r Mrs.

:> tall cocoanut palms, when a gentle to-and-fro rocking awakenme naval service shall; not be dischargedfrom Rt. Rev. Arthur Lea. for Toney Is the sister of Mrs. T. A. I
(d) He Scouters Offered
and It certainly was an unusual novelty. (to put It mildly) such position without cause 40 years Anglican B t s hop of School Gives $334 Brinson of Hugh.
lie within one year after such restora South will at the Mr. Toney was 55 of age
there and feel the earth trembling as thought it were shiver- tlon. Japan, preach years Training CourseA !
with. cold. The slight shocks awakened few persons, and the Len ten services in St. Mark's To March of DimesA and died suddenly on Thursday, ,I .
ke Episcopal Church Friday night at Feb. 19 just after returning to Boy Scout "training course 4:
spent itself. with no damage and in absolute silence-there Rites Sunday For total of $334.81 was contri- .
7:30: o'clock. His topic will be Shubuta from Meridian where his for trainers" will be held at the
re no movie thunders or roars. Except for a few more cocoa- Mrs. Amanda AndreuFuneral "The Temptations of Christ". buted to the March of Dimes Infantile summer moun tain I home was State Farm Tuesday night, Feb. l 1

than usual on the ground this morning you'd never have Bishop Lea was born at Bir- Paralysis Fund by the 12 destroyed In the tornado that hit 27, It was announced yesterday \,

>wn the earth was ill last night. services were held last 1 mingham England and educatedat grades of BHS. according to an that section early last week. by C. H. Nasworthy, chairman of ,

S e Sunday afternoon in Sapp Ceme- Toronto University. He wasa announcement this week by Foster The newspaper article givingthe this phase of Scouting In the New .

The eagle screamed (we had pay day) last week, and, as we are tery, Ralford for Mrs. Amanda missionary of the Church Mis- Shi Smith, principal. account of his death stated: River District I ,

Netherlands territory, you will not be surprised to learn that wee .1 Andreu, daughter of the late Mr. sionary Society of England from Each teacher and the amount "Mr. Toney was one of the most All Scoutmasters, assistant lead-

paid In Dutch gliders. You perhaps recall\ that Browning'sd and Mrs. G. B. Sapp. Rev. Wil 1897 to 1933 when because of contributed by her room was list- prominent 'men In East Mississippi era and. committeemen are invited 1
liam WIlson of the Raiford Bap- he asked to ed as follows: Leola Roberta, $2.- and at the time of his death 1.
Piper "snatched" war conditions was and urged to attend what .
all the small fry in Hamlin, Holland when
25 Edna $2.90 ,.
Prevail. Madge
officiating min ; ; at the head of the Shubuta
city tist Church was leave Japan. He was consecrated was promises to be a very Instructive
welched on the thousand gliders they promised Middleton, $1.40 Leona CharLock -
; and Tie He
Lon- Timber Company.
In Westminster Abbey, session. Supper will be served to
er for mopping up a contemporary epidemic of rats that In- ister.Mrs. $1* Mrs. Lester Barrs, $6;
Andreu Is survived by her don as Bishop of South Japan had extensive holdings in Lauder- the group at 6:30: p. m., In the
ad ,
the town. Our Army is now engaged In mopping up .the cur- husband, Ira W. And r e u of and attended the Lambeth Con- Ada Ward. $830; Mrs J. P. dale and Clarke counties. prison canteen and the three-

t rat wave for Holland but we're not sure who Is going to pay Starke: two daughters Mrs. Cor- ference of 1920, and 1930. HIgglnbotham. $1.10; Sue Mc- "A resident of Shubuta for a hour course will follow Immedi I

Piper. tex Deberry Panama City and his arrival In the Stateshe Quiston, $7.20; Ernestine McRae, number of years, Mr Toney was ately.
1.100 of a gilder Is called a cent just as 1-100 of a dollar Is Mrs. Grace Surrency of Starke; has served the Church In $14; Ethel Biggs, $l9eo; Ruth one of the community leaders In 1 I
ed a facts Clarence K. :Andreu of Frazier $7.80; Edna lint $12; that section. Active in business, !
cent and the gilder la 'worth. If you like exact one son Palatka and Quincy. For the past Billy Jackson
1092. States Army, now Lilly Bridges. $18.30; Lucille civic, social and religious circles:
We shil- the United
had accustomed ourselves to the half he has been '
hardly pence two and a- years '
leave four grandchildren Brown, $1855; Ethel Sewell, $10.- he took the lead In many worthy May Return Soon
I and pounds of when they switched us to this stuff. home on ; rector in charge of the Church of
Australia 20i Willie :Mae"' Denton. $37.61; "
i three sisters Mrs.. Ada Kelly : I undertakings.
toe ; Jacksonville.
boys make"souvenirs Good Shepherd
can't of NEH coins and currency for Mrs. Belle McCormick and the Kate Sheppard. $22.40; Hazel According to a letter received

agreement with' the Netherlands government, none of their specie Mrs., Alice Reddish, all of Ralfofd; At the present Paul's time he la in, Greasier, $21.30; Mae Herlong, Lt. (jg) Mixon by his wife this week from Pvt.

exported. We are all saving several! sets of the money, though and two brothers A. T. and L. A. charge of St. ., by-the-sea 8.20; Verna Demoreat, $14; Eva i Wm. (Billy) Jackson he expectsto

- ke back home personally Twill be great to get paid_In dollars Sapp. both of Raiford. Jacksonville services BeachSundaY' for St. Mark's: Anderson $31.10; Ruby/Mae Perkins . On Leave HereLt be home within 00 days Billy '

cents of $18; Mrs. Merril Gresham, was wounded on Jan. 27 la Luxembourg
again--for more reasons' than one I Iie Mrs. Andreu was 65 years
9:45 Morning I
Church School : ; L. Mlxon Is spending I
Blanche Vandlviere $1060 '
and was a member of the $6; ; after being overseas only -
age Church of Plant City. Prayer and Sermon-11- o'clock. James Hobbs,' 6.90; Carson Geiger. a 30-day leave with his a short time He was bit In

BingO' Featured USO Council Baptist Pallbearers were -T. H. Rahn, $5; Ellen Law, $10.10; Grace mother, Mrs. M. :E. Mixon of the left arm and leg by shell \ ,

USO-NCCS Club Met Monday P. M. 1 K. D. Connor, J. M. Connor. Mal. Methodist Men Osborne, $14.Impressive. Starke.England He has for been the stationedIn put 15 fragments, and it was necessaryto
oolm Tompkins S. P. Yarfcrough take out part of the bone in
Enjoy SupperAn
here will be Pie 'Bingo at 'the The'regular monthly meeting of and Cleve Mott.Arrangements. ServiceSunday months where he was with. the his arm; which will have to be
forces until after the
In'chArge themen' amphibious grafted back In. He Is being returned
0-NCCS the USO Council of Starke was were enthusiastic meeting of
'm, 400 Club R e c r eatlon held Monday afternoon at 4 o'- of Wilson Funeral Home of Lake organization of the Methodist morning the pastor of Invasion. He will return to of duty his to this country for further *
Temple Ave. In England upon expiration
every clock with the chairman. A. J. church was held Thursday the First Baptist Church will hospltallaatlon.

Jay evening i at 8 o'clock; Thomas, presiding.j. City.Out of town persons attendingthe night of last week in the recrea- speak on the challenge and command leave. Is of the

** winning will be able toe p. Hlgglnbotham, director of funeral Included Mrs. S. L. tion building. Following a supperof of the word "Go" as spokenby University Lt. Mixon of Florida a graduate, College of Two Rural Schools ( 4'

their own selection of pies.grand the usa Club operated by the Stromp, Mrs L. L. Kennedy and spaghetti and meat balls R. our Lord. Arts and Sciences, where he Close February 23
for a children and Mrs. Anne Finch, all Lee Montague well-known Insurance The Sunday School meeting at ,t
announced plans
prize for YMCA in German. He received
the evening River Mrs. N. E. of Lake City spoke to 9S: : a. m. will study "Jesus, the specialized
Sunday of Crystal man I
toe held on
be commission after Vacation will Friday
his days begin
a free Joint program Navy
telephone call towinner's and Peter's confession -
Lacoochee. Mr. the most out Son of God'lIlng
the of the on getting
4 at 4 o'clock: in Andreu group
March attending Midshipman School Feb. 23. for school children
home town..Everyone It. W. Alvarea and Mr. snd of life by being of service to and the scene from the ti
Washington Mrs. -
welcome. Club at Temple A Notre Dame.Religious. of New River and lieU b r 0 n 1\
Sts. The University of Florida Mrs. R. J. Malzatt and children others. Mount of Transfiguration. schools.
-' musical of Jackson yUle. Wholehearted cooperation in At 6:15: p. m. the Training
Tie G. I. Wives luncheon was Glee Club will present a and will the Layman's Day program at the Unions meet to bring a program Census Hampton Lawtey, Vanderbl1t.Is ;

at the TT!' _" . : program at that time -..-.----'- -----. c... ,,, . .. .


.-- . . . . . ney Jr., visited relative here son Grady were In Theressa Sunday -
COUNTY TELEGRAPH -Uncle .1 I last week. .
; Th er es s a The sing at the Baptist> Churchwas Mr. and Mrs.. Arthur MUllken

enjoyed by everyone Sunday of Ocala visited Mr. and Mm. A.
Established 1877 ByIla* Ida flags w.elf
M?. E. 1. Matthew ________ Editor and Owner . . . . . . afternoon. I I* Sullivan last week-end.. q. JlJt m.wM: W.n IA, II'P':: 5"9't
IoJut.lOIl: ,
and' little
Miss Hazel Packham ...
Mrs. C. Beck and brother Miss Jarrell of Jacksonville : 1;<, .b.mpoo-."" ..,.,", "'
A .
r Beverley hying
.y b.
Fridays an4 Entered M Second Claw Matter I'm rather fond of reading detective You keep ...- .... IIwM-kwt .......
Published Weekly on Kenny Thomas) were shopping In spent the week-end with Mr, k. ...,
at the Post Office at Starke, Florida. stories, especially those Jacksonville and W. W. Packham. I I
Thursday. Mrs. Koch
that wait until the last chapter to WAR BONDS Drug Store
tell Just who killed John Mra. S. W., Griffis and on Sid Mr. and Mrs. L. G. Johns and
you .
Mm+ Starke Must Have A WE ARE GLAD to know Henry but give you a lot of cir
that Starke will have a cumstantial evidence in the first

s A SmalllloBpltal post-war hospital. chapter that points directly to his *
I We feel safe in saying the Have a Coke
After The War. wife's first husband as being Acompaftenos . .
that Starke WILL have a murderer.

?a post-war hospital because we know from past experience Recently, to get my mind' off (JOIN US)

that once the citizens of this community becomes the war In general and ration '.

sold on an idea, they never let it drop until it finally point. In particular, I have
of ZaneGray'
been re-reading one
becomes reality. And the people of Starke are thor- old-timers about a cer-

oughly sold on the desirability rather the necessityof tain gentleman n a m e d Snap

.: a hospital in Starke who courted an orphan girl
f A local doctor recently brought out the fact that right before his wife's facet

there is no hospital between here and Jacksonville on and she not his private secretary

a k the North, between here and Lake City on the west, either. According to

between here and Gainesville on the south and be- Zane's sayso, Snap's wife didn't

1'' tween here and Palatka on the east. The notable exception like the idea of her children

of course, is the fine hospital at the State having a step-mother at all,
Prison Farm near here which has helped out wonder- but Instead of using a rolling

fully in this emergency by accepting a number of outside pin on her husband's noggin
she took It out In looking dag-
patients, but in all probability this service will be Ken at her prospective succes
i discontinued when normal times return. Unless Starke !

is ready then to step. into the picture with a small but sor.All this recalls a stpry I heard

adequate hospital, this large and populous area will once about a certain lady select

', again find itself in a sorry plight. ing her cousin as the one and

+ There ''are a few of us who must yet change our only woman that she wished to

,,J philosophy in regard to the hospital question. Always be her children's step-mother after

', ''M in the past, when this project was discussed, the ob- she herself had passed on to her

jection has been raised : "It isn't the initial cost, it's reward. It seems that this good

r, the upkeep. Hospitals are expensive to operate. They wife would throw spells of hys- f
terics often that she could not,
lose money. They must be subsidized. Where is the or would not attend to her house

ti 1i! money coming.from?" work and baking. Then, to be
All of which is quite true. Hospitals are expensive prepared when the death angel

r,, to operate and it is doubtful if one here would made a hurried call, she would 14

meet expenses, at least for a number of years. But send for her cousin to take charge

there are some factors in humanity that'can't' be computed of the house and kitchen as wellas

in dollars and cents. It is expensive business her' small children. She did ..

_ _ +PAI to fight a war, but not even the most conservative this so often that her cousin

SfF penny-pincher would dare suggest\ we stop fighting in Mary Just moved in and stayed. or how to be hep in Puerto Rico
One dark night John .
; order to keep Uncle Sam from running into the red. rainy ,
wan called to his wife's bedside
Where would the money come from? From those who
will benefit from establishment of a hospital here, that and she my said time: IN"I up.know I'm for far sure too Trust your American soldier to know his way around In Puerto Rico, as ia l [ I

of course-our people themselves. A small increasein weak to live until daylight so
tax millage would easily take care of any deficiency. here is my last request. I'm Punxsutawney, or Pasadena, Coca-Cola is a friend-maker he can count'on.To g

i This small increase in taxes would hurt no one willing to go, but I just can't
krt' and even that might be largely offset by the indirect stand the Idea of my babies be- natives and to his buddies alike, Have a Coke says flow ya doin\ paL It's a , ,

i i benefit that a hospital would be to the community. ing left without some good

y,,,,; The time has come when a family, prospecting for a kind woman to mother them. simple gesture of friendly courtesy that's easy to understand. Yes CocaColais
home takes into You'll have to marry sooner or
new everything account. Schools and
I churches always come high on the list of desirabili later, and I see no use In waiting truly an American symbol of a refreshing way to make friends. "Coke'-Coca-Cola
n for months and months. i You naturally hear Coca-Cols
r ties, and an attractive hospital would be strong factor
helping a home-seeking family to decide "
upon woman, loves our babies \ Coke'.BothoreaatluquaflbtSTARKE product -
Starke rather than upon one of the hundreds of other and should make you a good COCA-COLA BOTTLING CO. of Th Coca-Cola Company.

? Florida towns that are making strong bids for new- wife. Now I want you to promise / '

me, on my deathbed that .O 1945 Th, C.c Car

comers.We repeat: We're glad to know that Starke is you'll marry cousin Mary Just -

going to have a post-war hospital.Hamptpn MS soon an my body In cold In ,

1 :: :' ij'il . . . e the funeral of the She ground might_-"have had a lot more :
Arthur Milton at I
'\' to say on the same subject, but .
Maccl en ny'' last Sunday Mr. John, wishing to see .her die in \t' ..
r Milton the i 'I. LJ1
1 was of Mrs. ' "
' nephew peace, hastened to interrupt with: .1" I" ,' ".9 '
i,' Wiggins. 'I " ,
\\I, ny Mrs. M. C. Sweeney Wltbert "Now darling, don't you worry '.. , .' ,'.
. . . . Hall was a recent Y ,
:'y;' S about that. Cousin Mary and I '
visitor to Baldwin. '' 9,574' : Y."o." (
: have that we > t "';':, r-f"! !' :" <
A already agreed S" ,
: : Mr. and Mrs. K. B. Wattersonand .
would marry just as soon as you "I ,
If ,:' ,: Mrs. Merle Rahme entertained W H. Griffin attended the are dead and burled." \\e W' ("
,'l at her home last singing convention at Hope Bap- (A
Wednesday '
had "
lie, too, might more
Y night, Feb. 14, with a valentine tist Church, T li e ressa, Sunday to say on' the subject, but he m ,'.141
., party, honoring her 'Junior' Sun afternoon. ;
never another word of '
got out
School class. Misses Carlle Mae Hall and j!' :I./
day Contests and -
hiM mouth. The nick woman '
MI games were enjoyed by Grace Dickerson of Theressa have y 4(
i4i Sylvia Jumped trom" the verge of the m
/ May Carl and Shirley Denntson been recent guests of their aunt, grave clean to the fireplace. anelnawh..d
Peggy Hirmon, Gladys and Lang- Mrs Thornton Johns.
billet of two-
,.l ford Hicks, Jimmy Douberly, Mrs. Olen Hembree. and Mrs. foot wood up which a she teed on
1 David Peterson, Wayne :Matchett, Haskew Holloway and son Sam NOW
her husband's head as a slopping Serve
q Gladys Johns, Frankie Jean and my, left Wednesday for their potion, and then drove cousin America
homes in
Mississippi. They have
Mary out Into the rain with
been spending s eve ral months
Ad-ii but thin nighty to 1
nothing a
here to be near their husbands
protect her from the elements.
stationed at Camp Blandlng and
h Jean was The moral of this little storyis
the winner In the game, 'Remem made many friends In this com- : If your wife Is fully convinced
bering whit you see'. munity. .. NURSES WANTED -
c that her time has come and you
Mr. and Mrs. Roscoe V.
The valentine box waa the main want to do more than any doctor
attraction and then the children this Washington week of Mr.D May's C., are guests\ could do to save her, Just hint to care /for our wounded!
_ n were Invited Into the dining parents* that you've already made arrange-
; II room where a 'beautiful heart- Mr H.and E. Steele Mrs. Horace Field May. ments for a capable stepmotherto Surely, nursing our wounded back e 3

.4,, shaped cake, valentine and homemade Representative take care of the children. If this to life and is the "
} of the National Benevolent ;. I'" happiness finest ',,
ai candles, were served, with doesn't bring her back from the "
Association, spoke at the Christian service a girl can give her
fruit punch to the class. Tiny clutches of the grave, nothing t country.
Church, :Monday evening In '
candy suckers were given as the interests of the Florida Christian will. But you'd better be readyto ,, :Many more nurses are urgently \ Y

;favor home In Jacksonville and the dodge real quick when she letsfly needed now. .. ask your local Red .
: Mrs. Rahme was assisted in with that bedside lamp or
t serving by Mrs. Clarice Adkins. Southern Christian Home In At- water pitcher. .',, Cross, today, about eligibility:
lanta, Ga. Moving pictures of

PTA MEETING the Inmates of these homes were . ',. . . . . : It is vital that all of us step up 7,

g The Hampton PTA desires to shown to the audience.Graham. ; 1 ,r, our efforts -- by buying more war 1 n
_ fxpress It* thanks to all those ,
; r tending the 'Cotton Blossom . . . . . . ", '". bonds, by giving extra blood L. by: ,_y\3) -fir' t

al :Jtstrel' last Friday night, and Mrs. Myrle Rafuse ",. sticking to essential war jobs. $

peclally to the Hampton and . . ,. i I. . . ,
ueressa donatora of the cakes
By Mrs. Edward Norman
.id pies. These were won by the
. . . . . CS S
.ollowlng per Bona; cakes-David old time prayer meeting is 1

Peterson and Buddie Rah me; Pies Mr. and Mrs, Calvin Starling held each Friday night at 8 p.m.
Mabel Smith, Pete Roberts, of Clearwater are spending few at the home of :Mr. and Mrs. J. See

Faye Burton, Kenneth HellS Shir.Jey days with Mr. Starling's mother, B. Bradley. Last ''Friday night America Later
h ; Hall, and Joan Sweeney. Mrs Kate Starling there were about 40 present. The
YOUNG Mr. and Mrs Roy Starling had Baptist Church is the
l and
sponsor Invitedto
as ''Sunday guests, Mrs. Starling'sparents everyone
>A Young People's' Training Mr. and Mrs Everett attend. Mr. Bradley lives out
Union has been organized by Rev on the Baldwin
t Green and Mrs. Lorene highway to the AFTER
of '
and Mrs., W. A. Scott and meets Mellbroan.Springs. second crossing, turn left at Tim .
each Sunday at T p. m. at the Blackburn's
place about mile.
. Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Jones and Highways will be'Happy
"Baptist Church. All t
l young daughter Carolyn of Rising'' and Meet us there and enjoy this I .
: r people are urged to attend and
.i meeting with us. The Pastor of .
iF Mr. and Mrs., Thurman Jones and Ways . again
1 win be cordially welcomed. son Eugene were visiting their the Church ia conducting the

Friends of Mr* and Mrs. LeRoyR. parents, Mr and Mrs. Edward meeting.Rev.. .and Mrs. O. J. Raulersonof l ax Florida Motor,Lines' job'today is
Rhode, who were married on Norman Sunday .
Wednesday, Feb. 7, Starke, will I Mrs. Rachel Green and Mrs. Jacksonville spent Sunday at .n. moving manpower men and
;f' be Interested to know that they Clyde Roberson of Brooker were the home of Mrs. Manning. women' in uniform war workers,
$' now have an apartment at the visiting In Graham Monday.Mr. Rev. Ed Prevatt of Jackson- millions of essential travelers. But
home of Mr. and Mrs. Walter H. and Mrs. Woodrow Thomasof ville brought the message Sunday "
k Griffin.' Mrs. Rhoden !la the for- Dade City have been visiting morning and evening at the 44 Florida Motor. Lines is also plan

mer Miss Ella Mae Lamoree and in our community recently.Mrs. church here. ning great things for you in the

both she and Mr. Rhoden are em- Clyde Strickland and Rev. Ed Prevatt, Mr. and Mrs. t post-war days bus trips and
ployed at Camp Standing.Mr. daughter have returned to make I* W Page and Mr. and :Mrs. '
ti and Mrs.. Carlton Chastaln their home with Mr. Strick Perry Davis were Sunday dinner tours on a brand new scale of comfort -

returned last week from Virginia land' father, Bill Thomas while guests of Mrs Rachel Browning. I enjoyment.
where Carlton has been stationedat Pvt Strickland Is In service. Carl Norman and his mother '
Camp Peary for several Clarence Frazier was In Col- and sister, Mrs. Morris, all of "Su'n America Now,-St, America Ltttt" . If worth saying again and f a6aJ '
umbus, Ga., Jacksonville we reVIsiting Mr. 4
,1 months. He has recently received recently having some
nrlr a medical discharge: from tho work done on his car Norman's Aunt Mrs. Browning

;a Navy and they arc visiting with Beryl Casey, S 2-c of Daytona here.Mr.
trS bin parents. Mr. and Mm. T. C. Beach, spent Sunday with his and Mrs B. M. McRae and
'' ? Cliiistaln. parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. I* daughters of Pine Level attended
Church services jlORIPAMOTORllMESPAGE
i ,,, ,Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Wiggins, Casey. night. here Sunday. with
',r Wiggins, Mrs. George Wil- Mr.' and Mrs Vernon Dyal v
' and son, Unwell, attended spent a few days with relatives Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Prevatt and
and friends here recently. children of Lawtey attended

4 church here Sunday night. .,

k' '" ,,>." \\': '1',, .>.':Ji'" 4 y.lI .
"c; Y sNA .W' tF'.UiN 4rtsrh',,', ''*o";";'.'hwl','n A__'..HI\..>.i"1SVG'.;fWM t.1\ Y"MrabSnhyev= ', 4pn "rn' .bw .. ,,, t- ,- . ' a "

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BRADFORD COUNTY T1tLICfRAPtr: ._ BrArtlt)6) Lv a...........i nq A PA4iR TIIREHrV '

fOl'NTY. ;:
CEIX S Fowler, ? va j jI.
.ndant Cass Na "'
Det I.
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whnxe address Is Lon Ir II i
Tech. CjJlWgft.4 to oOn !
I you / Y\ 4I In chi' above j
arch uth'i: wner.ln i

lslntitfCourt. : divorceuanA Bradford Custody County l.

t, publli-h this Order ,

el'lIrap next handindsotriolal. meal 1 "'1

Xl! rke."florid Ibis :February ,

1116. A.I.: Thomar is '

11)I,. N erPefry for ;Pit'm .q, Starke J.9. Florida 4t a.a your "

. I

fol'vTt', FMWIUAI ,IN
,( 'lcbt.n.teln, Plaintiff.i ,, vs. : t .
after > -
Cases <
abet i, Defendant. "musjpi qsjs .

Icbtenat AND! NOTICE OF n," FLORIDA who..e}TO...,t re..ldenc.APPEARSTATE llrunawlckf .to: Mable'. iand "Something Fine to Bah old "

.;' f:,a.B'Ox 's South. niver, New IssBssOsssDnBMBsMsniMpnffM By Ernie p'
er'PY.' required to appear on t
ik You 19 1945, In the above name""rer EVERYWHERE I went there the mod
... and cause, wherein. plaintiff was %'* in the field with
eks divorce. Bradford County R > *-' American Red Cross regiments i are the Red clubmo
| this Order
;.legraPh tour shall weekly publish Issues., ob t giving its serCross field directors

I Witness next my hand and official vices to our fighting men.It is who act as a link between the over
this Feb-
Stnrke, Florida. something
at at :ions soldiers and their
t"',1-jrii-iAu.ry 15 SEALS, \Bald Court.7 A. J Thomas' fine to behold, this touch of home which dubs sr
Clerk of In
105 Law Exchange , most of the hospitals
I1arrleon the
'I dg.!8 Jacksonville. Florida. Atty. men and women Red Cross workers doing the recreational and cents
4t a-9
2-lt welfare
,r PIL e. )' work for which the '
are able to bring to our abroad. nurses can spare so little R
ItRAnFORD Red time, are the Red Cross ;are -
"IIICI'IT hospital
C'fll'N'r". 11'1.0 ItlDAI IN (JIIAN- rin cropens up i in a new war theater unit girls. With every medical gro
are .
('I:11Y.: are countless
; Jenkins Plaintiff has to quantities of the
Thomas fast
titan as the indispensable
as blood
.<. Ralph K. Jenkins.' Defendant. the growth of the Army into li
No. 3591.ORDER The plasma made from the
see dubs
WP' PUBLICATIONAND way spring : voluntary blood donations
NOTICE TO APPEAR up overnight,in,newfy!. occupied' the of so ,
STATE OF FLORIDA to: Pvt. es. centers, the American people.
Alnh R. Jenkins whose residence way restaurants and dances and vices
A. SIN.! 171Z8833, Dlv. Ren. Co. movies and Our '
: P. o 452 % Postmaster, New clubmobJes I and doughnut soldiers and sailors abroad
ark New York. "'. factories mushroom into life all literally worship the this '
required to appear on Red
i You are Cross
arch 19th", 1945, In the above over a new count i is and I personally can find I
amed Court .and cause, wherein ; something that still astonishes nothing but praise the
llalntlff seeks divorce and restora- liii me. to say about ,its
Bounty Bun of Telegraph maiden ,shall name.publish Bradford this .. program as I saw it .fa operation brier

irder In next four weekly Issues..
T Witness my hand and official
Inl at Starke Florida, this Feb. rI to say
IJarv' 12th.' 1945. '
A. J. Thomas -
(( FICIAl.
It Clerk of said Court. Fib ftat tr Nil,.J.fUt
F Frank I-andrum, Btarke, Florida -b-- -
Itty for Pit. Z.U 4t 8-9



ft01 lulet('\<; 'NTY Dennis. FLORIDA. Joseph, Plaintiff IN (JIIANIIV. vfl- Your contribution to the Red Cross makes these scenes possible '

Charlie Joseph, Defendant. Case
o. 3590. )

STATE NOTICE OF FLORIDA TO APPEAR, to: Charlie I, 1\\ I' ,:_:. 'mI""t'I1>"-::, -:, p a Wti' 3' YJta"' w it ..
meph, whose residence la Rte. No.
Berlin, Maryland
You are required to appear on
!larch 19th., 1945, In the above
limed Court and cause wherein
Ilalnllff seek divorce and restora
ion of maiden name. Bradford
'aunty Telegraph shall publish. this
Rrdcr In next four weekly 18..u..
Witness my hand and official \
eel at Htarke Florida, this Feb- ,
nary 12th., 1945.
OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas, 4' 2 Zr' s ,r S.ArP.
It Clerk of said Court. '
Frank lAndrum. Starke, Florida .
tly for Pit. 2-18 4t 3-9 ,.


('ot: 'rv. FLOHIUAl IN CIIAN-
. tKnv.Thomaa,
. McCabe Plaintiff, vs.Elliabeth .
'.' t
Schaefer McCabe, Defen- \
ant. Case No. 2921) .

Haiel bllsabeth Tlmney Sch a(Daughter e tel' McCabe) 17 Stern %"- FIELD SERVICE AT THE FRONT) Wherever your sot. MOVIES IN A HOSPITAL WARDI Mickey Mouse and 'WELCOME BACK INTO CIVILIAN LIFE. The Red .

( Avenue, Whit. Plains, New slier goes, the Red Cross goes too. Field Directors distribute the latest Hollywood releases do wonders for a fellow with Cross provides special information and help for disabled .
ork I toilet articles,writing paper cigarettes to men near the a leg full of shrapnel! And so do books, games, sang-festa veterans The Red Cross answers questions about pensions ,
iJaroh Tou required 18th, 194S, In to the appear above on front lines. They maintain contact between these men and -stock-in-trade of Red Cross Recreational Workers claims, vocational rehabilitation training. It is author
lamed Court and cause wherein their families.In one month in 1944,Field Directors relayed M home and overseas. Your Red Cross lifts spirits and feed to present veterans' claims. The Red Cross Js at
jlalntlff seeks divorce. Bradford 'over 31,000 emergency messages. speeds up convalescence t his side-Wwoj/now and after the; war. I
ounty Telegraph/ shall publish this j
rder In next four weekly l..nuesWitness '
my hand and official Ii I
<'al at Starke, Florida this Feb-
hiary 14th,, 1A45.FFICIAL KEEP YOUR I
> SEA) A. J. Thomas !

trinctiT flu.t'alter s Clerk Atty.C. Hardentr of for said COURT-Plf.,Court.Daytona BRADFORD Z-" Beach.4t 3-9 GIVE NOW GIVE MORE RED CROSSBradford's . 'k 1 t tAT

(.HY. H/S S/DE ,
laude Carter Plaintiff vs. Ar-
Ixslne Carter Defendant Case f
To. 8596. V Vt


1'ldrenn zltia Carter is '% whose Mrs. Thelma residence Bern-and 1945 War Fund Quota $14,200

pvnrgla.kail, 3677 Gordon, Oaks Brunswick, -

I You are required to appear on
arch 19th., 1K46' In the above
I timed Court and wherein

llulntlff prdcr OFFICIAL ounty Witness at In Telegraph Btarke.,.seeks next my 1945.four Florida hand divorce.shall'cause weekly and publish this Bradford officialal Issues., Feb-"this What Are You Doing To Help Put It Over? )it

". SEAL) ,A. J.,Thomas
Clerk of said Court
'm. D. Morgan Fifth Floor Clark
" 1g. Jackeonville. Florida, Atty.
,r Plf. 3-16 4t a-8
This Advertisement Sponsored by The Following Members of The Victory Clubs /
' C -
.rr T. Anderson, Plaintiff 'TS. ( }

arch ant Case Elisabeth No. 1588 Anderson, ,' Defen- FRANK'S FINE FOODS *" ,t WONDER GIFT SHOP r BROWNSTEEN'S SHOE REPAIR ,


ncs Is. 1300 Anderson Heyward.whose Columbia.real- '',;,' -, At Blandlng Center 1

outh You Carolina.are required to appear on BANK AT STARKE KOCH DRUGSTORE ,, J :>

'arch 19th., 1945. In the above Member F. D. L.C. 'a '-'\ '", ')' J J. P. ROBERTS MOTORS #
amed Court and cause wherein j' '[ ,
: {
lalntlff seeks divorce. Bradford ,. ;: "CITY BARBER SHOP .

ounty rder In Telegraph next four shall weekly publish Issues.this CARPENTER'S DRUG STORE, ': :\) V: : 'S. E. Sparks, Prop. ,; !i f JORDAN'S BAR '
hand and official {
sal ateStark.9th 11145., Florida. tbls :FebIlry HOLLYWOOD CAMERA & GIFT SHOP : ..'. FRED F. STUMP H. C. WALL, AGENCY INSURANCE l

OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J.Thomu. .,*" I c.
" CI..rk ot said Court. : BARNEY'S DRINK STAND S II A F K I N' S
Frank Landrum. Starke.. Florida P. S. STORES : :,' ," '
tty. for Plf. j.i 4t ,a.. 7

COI'dTY. '," -
Other E. McCalllster, Plaintiff vs. BLANDING CENTER, MARUCA'S GROCERY

aee Eileen No. 15 3Calll.ter.. Defendant.. SERVICE'
..e1 .M ?alllst ri who. residencetArof.NMlcVi ROGERS JEJVELRY & ARMY STORE EASTERN AUTO SUPPLY
3601(> Dexter Blvd.
larch Yeu are required to appear on NEW METHOD CLEANERS CHARLEY E. JOHNS, AGENCYInsurancef '
I1'? 1 48In the above
med I Court and cause wherein DRESS SHOP & BEAUTY SALON
atnUft. Seeks divorce. Fradford
'rd.r m Telegraph in I shall publish this MAGNOLIA HOTEL THE STAG MAUDE'S PLACE
Wit .next' four weekly Issues.

Cal uary at ne.2 ..tarkl hlY, .Florid hand a and. this official Jreb- THE BAMBOO STARKE COCA COLA BOTTLING CO. a iU'L L I G A N' S GRILL

OFFICIAL C Frank Clerk ot SEAL rid} Court.A. J' Tb9m .. GROCERY ST E RN BE RGf"S M A. KITE PaintingAY # + }
tty, for Laplntdrllm. Btark., rlorl4a 'WEST
J-I. 4t 3.1




ting up in room . when I tuned In'on "
I and CLUBS Birthday Party Lawtey ObservanceOf Troop Committees Shouldn't be long now until he'sout heard a familiar \VRt*

,j) SOCIETY For Sylvia Alvarez Day Of Prayer Have Joint Meeting Glen again Duke,will. .. move Scoop:to Hear Jax'vllleaa the thrilling experiences voice of lite kph!

Mrs Ralph Alvares entertained The World'Day of Prayer waa A Joint meeting of the Troop soon aa school's out . That fighter pilot, in the Chlna-BuH.1

Mrs. E. K. Perryman Methodist Circles for her daughter Sylvia on her observed by Lawtey men and Committees of both Starke Methodist Scout Is, If Glen's sUll stationed at the India-Theatre . Tea . *
Met This Week tenth birthday Anniversary Wed women on. :Friday, Feb. 16, at Troops was held In the NAS . The lure of 'the lakes none other than. Call Street's
Elected Head ,nesday afternoon of last week at eight o'clock. recreation building Wednesday Is eallin' strong these warm day, Ralph Rhodes, being j Intel'Vl

Of Womans Club ''Mrs. W. Z. Middleton; presidentof their home. Officers 01: the two Woman's afternoon Scoutmasters at 1:30:Grover o'clock.Alison and . The Chas. Darby's. movln In a special broadcast . .1
tie Woman's Society of Christian Upon arrival' the children were Societies were the leaders and to 'Santa Fe next week ...v; The bad more of us didn't know
that the
? ; The annual meeting of the 1 Service- presided over the Invited out on. ,the lawn where young women from both churcheswere M. C. Ware requested. In a Harry HoWl tons shortly after . it so we could have tuned In l
committee assist preparing
Woman' Club was held Wednesday business meeting Monday afternoon they enjoyed games and contests. in the choir. Also workln 'on the Clifton Ralph's currently at an AAJ- '
j afternoon Feb. 14, In the which was held in the Contest winners were Patty Wal- The service was marked by a "list' of counselors to for examine the various boys Browns, who can't decide to valescent hospital la st p
Club bulldl g. The president Methodist church. ker and Leonard Moore Jr. deeply reverent spirit. A candlelight who are working move and can't decide to stay you know . .
Mrs. H. C. Rltch. presided and Scout merit badges. home . vacant
s Anybody got a
hostesses for the service between the Prayer
and The subject of The table holding the birthday It waa decided that both com -
reports of various main USO and workers for the Red cake was out on the lawn where of Confession and the Prayer of : mittees would meet regularly once lake placer Wilma McClane want Well, guar that winds
officers were c1VeD.The It . Just notify the an
business transacted 'was. the re- Cross production room was dls- the valentine motif was, carried Intercession for the Church was a month In the Methodist build and t thank .. Telegraph little black book for this tlm
of the nominating. commit cussed an4 port The following officers were read excerpts: from the Gainesville Refreshments of Ice cream and (>t the community Mrs. I* 'A. Methodist Church will meet on 'S.

tee.named to serve for the ensuing District News. ,, which gave cake were served to the young Futch explained the meaning of the end Wednesday at Ijl3: p. n. Thrilled. to pieces Monday night ,
1 'commendation for the workof and udle each candle 'after 'which it Waa "
r year: President, :Mrs. E. K. Perry- warm guests by'Dorothy and Troop 70's ,Committee will J
the Starke VWOS.Mr Alvarez lighted. "Sweet Hour of Prayer" 3rd at
lat vice president Mrs. B. meet 'on the Wednesday
man; waa the music used for this part Announcing the agency perfect gifts
L.'Blgge; 2nd vice president, Mrs. *.' I* F. Shepherd secretaryof the same time.
R. A. Green; 3rd vice president, mission study announced thaton Baptist WMU Plans I of the service: Six candles were It was reported that a successful for brides Silverware; China, Glassware
Mra. E. L. Matthews; 4th vice Thursday March 1, there I I lighted as follow ; 1-White Court of Honor was held MRS. J. M. MITCHELL
president, Mrs. Junlus, M. Smith; would be a study of the new mission Mission StudyThe Candle-For all service men and in Lawtey Monday night with a 302: W. MADISON ST.
j Secretary, Mrs. Wt H. Hart; ,book. The study will begin their loved ones, 2Red Candle- number of boys coming up for '
in regular monthly meeting of For all prisoners of war, wounded Floor Candelabra and Baskets for Rent
at 10 o'clock In the morning advancement and ,merit badges.
k s'',r treasurer, Mrs. M. F Brown. the church school building; lunch- the WMS: of the First Baptist -in hos pit a 1 s, Nurses. 3-
t t Hostesses for this meeting were Church was held Tuesday after- Brown Candle-For those bombedout
eon will be served at noon sponses. Mrs. Will Howell Ed-
.l"'' Mrs. T. H. Osborne Mrs. L. A. the study continued in the after noon with 23 members present.Mrs. of house and. home. 4 Green wards presided at the piano.
Canova, Mrs. L. H. Jennings, Mrs. noon. R. A. Thomas, Pro If ram Candle-For all farmers round Colored Churches
Jeanette C. Young, Mrs. F. F. of Chairman for Circle Two directed the globe who feed the world and Another adult meeting took
After business a
Stump and Mrs A. E. McKinney. devotional disposing period was conductedby the program ,and Mrs. S. E. for migrants who help the farmers place In Macedonia Free Will WONDER 6t
Following the meeting delicious "Bible An
Sparks led the study. harvesYellow Candle-
Mrs. W. :J. Churchwell. Miss Baptist Church, when representatives -
L refreshments served to the
were article "Memories of Miss Anne
Missionaries and Chaplains, who
Kate Struth and Miss Amy Co- of the five colored churchesIn
members present. Armstrong" was given by Mrs. bring the light. 6-Blue Candle
I burn reviewed article from Lawtey met for their World
... , an Marvin Hazen. The highlights of For all suffering children. Mrs. Bessie Davis
'd Day of Prayer Service from 6 to
: the World Outlook the subject
: I IStarke's held
being Indiana of Oklahoma.It the State Convention) re- The Prayer of Thanksgivingwas 7 p. m., and carried out the pro
cently in Jacksonville, were given made particularly impressiveby gram prepared for the day by the Proprietor SHOP
announced that the cir-
was by Mrs. H. L. Hough. A groupof the beautiful voice of Miss United Council of Church Women
cles would meet the 5th day of
r young girls sang "WhlsperlngHope" Lou Edwards soloist, as she aang lona Jenkins was the chairmanof
March; Circle One to be enter-
with Mrs. W. G. Proctorat
"The Gloria Patriot, between re- the planning committee.
tained by Mrs. L. A. Davis and the ptano. .. --

Circle Two by Mra. W E. Mld Mrs. R. A. Thomas announceda .. -
dleton. progressive Mission Study classto

be held Friday, :March 2, n I
Young Adults starting at 10 o'clock at the f7
home of Mrs. Hough. The sec- '
Enjoy Social ond session will be with Mrs. L. .' .

D. Haines and the third with Mrs .
Mr. and Mrs. G. S. Newcomb -
T.,,B. Harding. Mrs. Charles Torres I
entertained the Young Adult Fellowship -: Community ,Mission Chairman Here's one Idea I' hope gobs flooded by the Nazis' . Niceto Real Mounted. AlligatorsLee
class "of the Methodist
yw read a letter from a ser- through . .' Virginia Smith and have Elsie and young son,
Church In the Recreation hall
The vice woman In Camp Blanding some of the girls are working on B. :J., with us for another winter Hyman Pocketbooks
finest Tuesday night.Preceding Hospital thanking the society for a calendar which they hope to . The youngster Is the image .
I' the social hour, the the lovely flowers, books and have published weekly showingthe of his daddy .who hasn't yet had Military Jewelry'
restaurant Band group held a business session other gifts sent her Four new regular meeting dates of all the opportunity to 'see the handsome

presided over by the president, members were reported. Thetreasurer's organizations in town aa wellas lad . (Subtle. compliment Shell Novelties and Souvenirs
t bar Mrs. Wm. Baggett. report showed $48.45: special events scheduled from eh 1)) Incidentally hear s .

Following the business meeting, given through the circles and time to time ,. . Twould be a Ben is plenty worried these days, .
H a delightful social hour was enjoyed $133.20: given to the Denomina- great help to some of us who but not (as you might think) over Head Scarfs and Pillow Tops

and 'delicious refreshmentswere tional Cooperative Program. for just can't bring ourselves to say the Germans . Seems he's
_ k N1tA A served to those present. ,January. "no" and find we were supposedto very concerned over losing his" Mexican Handmade Jewelry
!Y ,;, > SIZZLINGSTEAK be at two different gatheringsat hair! . Want a thrill? . .

'1,4 Ladies AuxiliaryThe Valentine PartyTom the same hour on the same Just try Gall Duke's super swing' Alligator Pocketbooks, Billfolds and

... day . 'TIs. ''a lucky lady now- -a present from Santy . Key Cases
d Ladles! Auxiliary of the M. Allen of Starke Amuse- adays who doesn't upon leavingone Guess he must have fixed it per-
LOBSTER Presbyterian Church, will hold its ments was host to a few friendson meeting, pass herself on her sonally 'cause no one else could
social meeting Tuesday eveningat Valentine's night. Guests in- way to the next . If you'd have climbed that high . Hear Toys and All Kinds of Easter Gilt

M1 ,, p SHRIMP M 8 o'clock with Mrs John Ug- cluded Mr and Mr!. LeGrand, like to have your pet project included Loyree Hartmann: has given up for the Kiddies
low and Mrs. C. F, Ward at Mrs. Pat Minn, Miss Hazel Mar- on the calendar just give her beauty shop career, a fact
w.'b CHICKEN their home at 113 Lafayette St. tin, Mrs. Mae Sisson, Andy Kra- Virginia a buzz . which will make her feminine following f
8 Mrs. R. F. ,Clark has charge of nek, Dave Owens and Chas Gal- 'r.--' very unhappy, ; ,

.... the program, lagher. Hear Vera OHbrUle has resigned malt "

.. .. her posttkin the Judge Ad- j Interesting reports arrive to the .
f" po ., .. ,.. \ '
B n vocate's Otflc|Lat C.B.. In orderto effect that friends -Virginia All-
1 ,Join her,?Hjsband. Lt. ,H. Ji son surprised her"' onenightr.'jast and.rmdu a
js 4 COMING IN PERSONThe dllbride, atX4np Howze., ''Texas week inr.'.*Gainesville when they

J .. W .. .' Hats, Sig Elliott of dropped by bearing w e e small' reSTARKE
_ *+ o the USO-YMCA staff-one of the gifts -... Nice to see Mrs. Lem-

i rn most attractive and obliging gala uel Colson up and around again
we've met in quite some time . after a week's illness Hear
; try 0 GRAND OLD OPRYFeaturing Errant thought: Don't people ever the luncheon at the Church Service -
emo leavethe state of Kentucky . Center Thursday of last week

4 :, 'o our So seldom one meets'a KentuckIan for the committee members was
except In the native habitat ver' ver* nice thanks to the skill

g delicious 'scusing of course, Sue McQuIs- of Mary Plank . ". Wish I had
CURLEY wWILLIAMS ton . And speaking of Sue, her around setting my table! . e
hear that she and those two Sorry to hear Dooley Davis has
t lobster 0 and his other dignified school maims, been ill at Tally' with a slight

w Ethel Biggs and Madge Middle- touch of flu I believe . Er-
GEORGIA PEACH PICKERS ton, broke up a too-flagrant love rant Thought: Bralnard Harvey FLA

ALONG WITH UNCLE DAVE MACON scene at the movies (but not on better watch his waist line-or
the screen) tother night by toss- move around faster . Hear
in' pop corn at the participants Grace Green, Tina Nick, Gladys SUN. MON. TUES. FEB. 25, 26, 27
'. , Oh, well '. .' Girls will be ;Rowe, Robert Green and Ellae
I FLORIDA THEATRE STARKE girls . 'and Willard Pass made a congenial
party enjoying the dance
Spotted an' Jotted: Beverly 1 given ,by Blanding p. o. employes

.tkE, FRIDAY MARCH 2 Blackshear showing friends a In Jax'vllle Sat'day night . .
very novel V-Mall Valentine from II
Jimmy . Sue Bateman enjoy- Friends will be pleased to know
Four Performances Mainee & Night In' a well-deserved vacation . I that H. N. (Doug) Fairbanks

Lillian Boyce's1' new hairdo i has recuperated sufficiently to
ADDED ATTRACTION Very becomin' arrangemnt on "I leave Bay Pines and is now at a
very becomin' person . Sarah I hotel in St. Pete . Hear Dr.
Tommy Scott and His Talking Doll Ann Epperson, one of the prettiest ,Tom Ritch Is interning in Georgia i ,

brand-new gals we've seen Baptist Hospital, Atlanta -. ,
yet , Seem good to have Dotan' Pop callers at the Joe Wilson
!; family back amongst us a- domicile 'Sunday afternoon were
,; 325 Temple AvenueYour ADMISSION: PRICE DON'T MISS THE BIGGEST 1 gain Gus Sternberg (Mrs. N.) thrilled to see "the patient" sit-

IIILL BILLY SHOW IN AMERICA back from Oak Ridge, Tenn., with ... :
b:; the latest reports on James Pat- 94ait 1. rick Scanlan, the newest grandson KOS&BUOSuppTORI3

'. ,. Claire St. Peter still be- Reckless Ernie Mott qL 5"4 1)A!b .
glowing over "very pleasant sur- "
prise Thursday'night of last weeka mod his own hailS F. ,
O To
portunity shower .7 Grace an' Carlyle eS for lift and JoVI..? 1

Ritch over from G'vllle Sunday D.9ft.cI I ,to play a dangerous 1
. Wish they'd let their friends to,. ... 1iroU
know when they're comln'( . Ie game I / By o the author

: r +e HQMERAMERI Sorry to hear- Katelle BI8'khasn't fe.J11S Irritalio el the ledu s, G ,'. :;.'.I > Green of "How Was

been well and has'given
WomttD'i' i Valley"'
up work for 1whUe . Wish I BUD eoppodlorl.a My
,,Ideal for rlt.vln( minor Irritation of GJ '-pV
she wouldn't stay away so long ,Uw V. ln., burning Mnratlon common N
A'S() GREATEST SPEAKERR . Nelle Nollman vows she's log unnatural to the ..x.1"!aDd.clir In|.gently.. th.rabjr llmtnat-promutta .- NTINS
Yp, back in Starke to stay awhile aalur.'o normal function A
4.llMful, mlnln. .I
Kid to byaten.

SONG LEAD!! SOLOIST TROMBONISTRENOWNED she fore this time said trekking,the', .Jut last back isn't time to,that Asheville just what be- Koch Drug Store WtAl.J.

for lo these many months? , '
Glimpsed Grace Osborne disem- DANCINGNIGHTLY; '
barking from the choo choo Wed. I

t"k: HEAR THIS WORLD-TRAVELER nesday after a long "weekend"with
Ted in Wilmington , Says .I
F i WHO WAS FSunda Y she thoroughly agrees with those
SUNDAY train ads advising folks to stay 'BARRYMORE
home for the duration . Not at
that the week end with Ted

1 y, February 25thRCH wasn't of worth war-time all the travel inconveniences -. Shady Rest lip BARRY FITZGERALD

Add people I miss: the Bob Kil- d
gores, now furloaflng in South t V JUlIE DUPREZ JA i.VWlTCEOKGt

at ll:00a.m.
requisitioned by Uncle Sam and PALATKA ON HIWAY 17 '
GOSPEL TABERN kCLE now at Fort McPherson , .
at 4:00 p. m. Music By

PINE LEVEL BAP Elate Sternberg! / has Just had BOB FINLEY
FIST CHURCH. at 8:00 p. m. another letter from Ben , "The Old Maentro"and Also "THIS IS AMERICA"and
.. Says he's busy setting up new his

"fit .. headquarters, which Elsie thinks SOUTHERN". SERENADERSa LATEST WAR NEWS
1j might mean he was in the area I




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BITS of LOCAL NEWS Mr. Fred Pettlaatl of New Willard E. Wynn, who is statloned Church at B r oker Wednesday Mrs. Wilbur Marshburn -and Mrs. J. II. GUI of Savannah.- I, I
York City I. spending several at Coronado Beach and is I afternoon, Jan. 31. Interment I
baby girl have returned their O . !la \
weeks with Mr. and to *, spending this week with
Mrs R. C. pending a leave with his father was In Ruta Branch I
I Buford and visiting her husband Carl Wynn In Hampton She Is Cemetery home In Tampa after spending a I her father, .J. ,M. Alvmree, and J
and Mrs. i Friends will be Interested to was survived by her husband, week here with Mrs. O. W. Alder brother-in-law and slater, Mr. and ,
A. Blehop Cpl. Pettlnatl who I memberof In
Mn. M a visIting friends Starke\ Tuesday Roosevelt Smith, principal of the
In know that Earl man Mr. D. A. Monteith.,
Goodman who
Powell *r I r shcpplnjr the M. P. Detachment at Camp He was accompanied by Hampton colored school, and a a
In.e Thursday of last was taken to the State Farm Hospltal I
Blanding. his wife and daughter. large number of other relative. - I ,
several days ago la ImprovIng Mr. and Mrs. A.- C. Durden returned She was born Brooker and at-
ek. MIllS A. Z. Adklns went to Jacksonville at FOR SAFETY I
Holtiendorf and son to their home in tended the ,
B. C 'Tampa Bethune-Oookmaa Col-
Thursday to for the
Mrs stay
and Mrs. :J. B.. Dixon Mrs. William E. Day of
Sgt wedding her Miss Betty FLORIDA \
ere In Gainesville Friday of, last onvllla spent the put week with Briggs, which will be an event of here with their son-in-law andaughter < Institute, Alabama. I
Mr.\ and Mrs. Charles Schmitt, and :Mr. and Mrs. O. L. INFORMATION
k. Friday night at Riverside Methodist COURTEOUS CORRECT
:May Dickens and Mrs., :J. Mrs.. Schmitt accompanied her church there. Beasley NO"'I C RNotice I
|Mrs In hereby a..n. to all PLEASE PHONE 147
home Mrs. C. :J. D vlin arrived Mon-
. Brownlee spent Monday and Wednesday to do some.hopping. Mrs. Paul Reynolds has returned whom I U may concern that as Executor -
with Mrs.Dell. . to day from Augusta, Ga., for a vlsd of the Eetat of Eva B.
Gainesville resume the of .
e daY In management with her mother, Mr. Bernice Lord 4..d. I have filed Fln lAcrountlnir
T. .' Mrs. Letle Stllley has been In the Starke Hotel, after an extended Also and will on the find UNION BUS STATION''
Opperman. a guest of Mrs day of March, .11411 petition the
Cot and Mrs. D. BI. Knight Jacksonvilla )with relatives for the visit with her son and Opperman at this time Is Miss County Jiidce of Bradford County,
Ut Monday In :Jacksonville. past week. Ohio.daughter-in-law In Cleveland 1 c Esther Louis Miller of Grand .Florid K,..rntor.for Final. Dleehar.. a..ueh LACY CON WAY" Agent 1

.I'" 1 .. Rapids Mich. ,. W. B. 8KWELUKxerutor!
--- Pvt. Julian McDonald of Worth- Mrs. L. H. Jennings and chil- of the Kutato'tf Temple Ave.' Starlie, Florida I
WE CAN'USE"MORE PULPWOODWRITE ington General Hospital, Tuscaloosa dren Carolyn and Walter, spent 1-31 ft I-U Eva B Lord, D.c.alled. 1
Ala., spent Sunday with his the week-end at the State Farm -
TIMBER DEPARTMENT grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. John Hospital' where a tonsllectomy
CONTAINER CORPORATION OF AMERICA Uglow. was performed for Carolyn and

PERNANDINA, FLA. Senator and( Mrs. Hal Y. Malnes Ii Walter. ?, .' DINETTE SETS .f ;
of Lake Butler were dinner Dr. and Mrs .M. C. Stith and
guests of Mr and Mrs. H. V. little daughter, Sandra Beth, who 1
Knight Wednesday evening. have spent several weeks herewith With' Red +t t ,
1 ;
Mrs. Effle Johns spent Tuesdayand Mrs. Stith's parents, Mr.
OPEN FOR SERVICE Wednesday in Lake City and Mrs. H. L. Brownlee. left Upholstered.Chairs I
visiting her son and daughter-in- yesterday for their home in Wash- I
law, Mr. and Mrs. Freeman ington, D. .C. 4 I
Johns. Mrs. Maude Crews of Jacksonville -
Among the out-of-towa relatives was in town on business 34.50 to --
attending the funeral 0 f Mrs. Wednesday.Lt. yr I
CONW AT'SService VIda B. Morgan last Friday afternoon Ilathan Goldstein of TampaIs r
were: Mrs. Irene B. Peeler, spending a few days with Miss :
Jacksonville; Mr. and Mrs. Walter Madelyn Lecln and her parents. 74.50 .- .
Station Wills, Mrs. John Bentley, Mrs. I Mr. and Mrs. X. 'Lecln.Mr. 1
Margaret Thomas all of Tampa; I and Mrs. T. W. Oliver have '
Mrs. Ge-r tie Weeks, Miss Ray .returned to their home here after
Weeks, Miss Hattie Wills, all of spending some time in St. Simon' I a J r"t, I
LaCrosse; Mr. and Mrs. TheodoreA. Island, Ga. r ,,e.1 NICE ASSORTMENT OF
UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT Ennlg, Orlando; Mrs. Sallie W. P., Smith left Wednesdayfor 1'1 1'1I q
Entenza, Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Swansea S. C., where he will
Wilson, Waldo. Mrs. Florence A. attend the'60th wedding anniversary OIL I HEATERS \
Ennis and Gary Ennis, of Miami, celebration of his brother
Washing.- Polishing, were with Mrs. Morgan at the and slsMf-in-laW Mr. and Mrs. 2 BURNER WITH COOK TOP ;
.. Oil Changing time of her death. S. E. Smith' + I
Mrs. W. .II. Kollman returned r-
Sgt. and Mrs. Edward Schwabof
Greasing {Waxing Gulfport, Miss., are spending last week from Asheville N.' C.. .
a few days leave with Mrs. where she had spent the past
Tire Repairs Schwab's parents, Mr. and Mrs.A. several m 0 n t h. Mr. Nollman ,r
W. Anderson and other rela- will remain Ashevllle for the
9 One-Hour Battery Charge Service
tives here. Mrs. Schwab Is the present, looking after property in- j'j'DOII't
Auto Lite Batteries former Miss Virginia Anderson.Mr. terests. DOUBLE DECK BUNK, BEDS
and Mrs. Woodrow Thomasof Mrs. R., G. Xldd. Sr., of Rich- Fail To See 1'
.... -
mond, Va.:, who has been here
Dade City have moved to These Beautiful
Starke. visiting her son, Valrle Kldd and Full Single Bed Size

AMOCO GAS-OIL-GREASE Louts Shafkln returned Satur- family; also her daughter-in-law, SOFA BEDS With Springs & Mattresses
day morning from a brief vaca- Mrs. R. G. Kldd, Jr., has gone
to Hawthorne to b e with her
tion in Miami. mother, Mrs. W. H. Helmlntol Priced To Move NOW ON SALE
Mrs. Phyllis Astor of New York ler.
RIDE City Is spending some time here
with her and aunt, Mr and
Mrs. Louis Shafkln. Colored Teacher Dies IT'S A FACT YOU CAN DO BETTER AT
Florida Motor Lines Busses
Richard St. John left Friday Pearl Hill Smith, a teacher In
For Safety for his station in Atlantic City, the Hampton colored school, died John H. Denmark Furniture Co.
N. J. after spending a leave with in a Palatka hospital Friday, Jan.
Comfort & his parents, Mr. and Mrs. V. S. 26, and funeral services were held PHONE 151 STARKE, FLA. I
St. John and family. in the New Bell :Methodist


lotNAT STARKE 1 \t ... .. \", .

.r I SEZ: MIDNIGHT SATURDAY What Does This' Mean To You ?

Well another year has rolled
SUN. MON. TUES. +-- FEB. 25 26 27
i around and here we are In the ,
.l (
Rod Cross drive ,again. If you
think you've been through, a lot, \
In the pat 12 months-forget It.,
Think what those same It monthsof I II
misery have meant to our men I UCIHG:
In all parts of the world. Think !
about this a while and then make :

your Red Cross contribution. t'B199estEv&/* ',. I 1 BEE AMP AMP

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0. p A. RELEASEFEB. IR "hw I i rt4I f LA Of.t1ARYL !




OFMEN'S taw ut t DANE CLARIS ,' ,/Ii,'..I'; ,
> BETTE DAVIS This statement is far more the 1 just an interesting fac

FAYE EMERSON about Florida. It means a great deal'La'all! Floridians in I term '

VICTOR FRANCEN of jobs and lower taxes. 11

JOHN GARFIELD Brewing has become an important jFlorida industry, providing

SYDNEY GREENSTREEJALANHALE a good living for many Florida/ftmilies. Brewing pays ; ; ;

PAUL HENREiD a big chunk of Florida's taxes. Forle'xample, last year the

ROBERT HUTTON JAX Brewing Company alone paid$200,000 in state, I

'. ,$, I ,, county and city-taxes. |lt

v PETER IDA LUPINO LORRE Further, brewing experts say thay-orida's: | beers..are the

IRENE MANNING: equal of any in the country. (Maybe you already know that

JOAN McCRACKEN JAX, the Drink of Friendship, has been descfi\)ed by experts v

DOLORES MORAN as "a truly great beer"). %Jf' '
y <1<
v ELEANOR DENNIS MORGAN PARKER So, because brewing is one of Flori important Indus-

TO BE SOLD JOYCE REYNOLDS /c, tries. . because it does make jobs f for ny Floridians. . ) !

ROY ROGERS &TRIGGER because it does contribute heavily in sta11i county and city c' '

STAMPS F S. Z. rcuoous") SAKALL L Lpt.f'n taxes. . and because Florida beers rank high in quality/ 'insist

WITHOUT RATION t ZACHARY ALEXIS SMITH SCOTT r on Florida-made bier when you want satisfying,, refreshment. / q

BARBARA STANWYCK And, of course, if you happen to specify J F'X, we thinlcyou'll

PRICES REDUCED JOSEPH SZIGETI f>J I be especially pleased because you can t bu better:) bee

.r DONALD WOODS than JAX, no matter what you pay.

( ...

Chance To Get An Extra Pair of,Shoes .rNt .: ';2I. ..
1 e..elp, ,. ..
jJ .
and Save Your Stamp .......
.;- ? >, 'w JIMMY DORSEY ft HIS BAND v ......


Sternberg's -* SONS OF THE PIONEgtS v" =- .JAX. BREWING COMPANY I Jacksonville t i Fla I .

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.. cans' on the (th day of March. (OFFICIAL SEAL) A.
munities for the convenience of 146, otherwise the' allegations ,of As Clerk of said Court 1' TbT.
1 Tax Assessor Hayes said bill will be taken as confessedby Frank Btarke ,
Y the taxpayers. lE the said defendants. It i Is further Atty. for Plfdrum' ylo 1' :

Won't Make Rounds Mr. Hayes said that while he IEIRVICIE VAIR t publishedweeks ordered that this week notice for four be I nr! CIRCUIT COURT_ aa 4''I ,;:I

was out of the office, meeting only In the Bradford COUNTY' FLORIDDa "hAh
Because of the condition of his County Telegraph a newspaper CORY, 1\1: till !
11 one or two persons, probably half published la Bradford County, Flord..t Frank Serno \\j,
in obtainIng Mother'ComfortedBy ,
Urea and the difficulty of- 1'FO ARTHUR UHODKX SEND LETTERSTO demo .. drntntlc.vr! : ,
dozen would come Into his reI
a Starke Florida, thin 7th day
'I E. W. Hayea. Tax THESE ADDRESSESSince '
gasoline, GETS MEDICAL DISCHARGEPftf. Letters PraisingSon ?
announced this I week fce: looking for him, so he hundreds of Bradford of Febraa"y, A'A.D'3. t4JOMASClerk I ANDENOTICEPTOL1ApPlOk

''r that Assessor he ,would not make his annual thought that he would do better Arthur Rhoden of Hamp-. Lost In ActionA County men in all parts of the Circuit Court, Bradford 1 glnla Berno whose FLORIDA t: !\
County, Florida. >->.4t aIN re"ldonc 1\,
to the various com to'remain 4n the office. ton recently received a medical world are subscribers to the home A. Roane Street, Cl\arleeton. :
'v VlrInla. >
letter from Major
discharge from the Army after comforting paper, the Telegraph can serveas CIRCUIT CO RT. BRADFORD

-F--- -- - .r serving overseas for 28 months., General James M:. Gavin, com- a "clearing house" foe manyof COUNTY, FLOKIDAI IN CHANCKHV March You are Bth.required 1 4S. |In to ??>".>

He spent several months at Mayo manding officer of the 82nd Air- their addfesses. From time to named Court and, cause the, tti ",
. Boyd P. Pugh Plaintiff, vs deorgrlePu plaintiff Reeks *'""*
received last divorce. ,
General Hospital and is now at borne Division, was time we will publish such addresses Th. Defendant. Case No. S577 County Telegraph. im.1 i "

through the worthiness of a his. home In Jlampton. week by, Mrs. Alma Starling, as we :are permitted to ORDER OF PUBLICATION Order In next tour weeTO1",' '
mother of Pfc Leo F. Starling my hand
r' modern Service always I modest in He saw service as an automatic use, and we will be glad to supply STATE ,OF FLORIDA to: Georgia at Starke, Florida. .i./1"1/ !
and rifleman with the 39th Infantryin who waa killed In action on Sept. any addresses we have on file to Puffh. whose residence. Is 67T First very 80th, 1945. Jj
cost, always thoughtful alwaysi 30, 1944 In Holland. He was a View St. Norfolk Va. (OFFICIAL, SEAL) A. J
North Africa Sicily and friends of service men who wishto Tb
; complete in every detail. 505th Parachute You are Required to appear on All Clerk .of said Court
member of the
i France, and has been awarded the write them. March 12th., UU, In the above T. Frank Landrum Stark, \
Infantry. named court and cause, wherein Atty. for Pit. j \1'101
ah Oak Leaf Cluster 1.2
} Purple Heart, Here are a few of the new add. plaintiff seeks divorce. Bradford 41Is I
," the Combat Infantry Badge, General Gavin's letter stated: shall
., resses recently addled or changedon County Telegraph publish this
,< Good Conduct Medal and a num- "Your son was an excellent soldier Order In next four weekly Issues.
our : Witness my hand and official
ber of service ribbons. whose jovial and carefree appearance .
seal at Starke. Florida, this Feb-
DEWITT C. JONES endeared him to his A-C George Flynn, Jr., Wing 2, ruary 7th., 1945. !

FELIX SULLIVANAT friends, but belied Class 4510. PF Sqdn.' 192, AAF (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. ThomasAs ,
AMBULANCE SERVICE PS SAACC, San Antonio, Texas.S. Clerk of said Court.T. I
MIAMI! BEACII the conscientious Frank Landrum, !Btarke, Florida
W. H. Hallie) Jones,
: devotionto Sgt. Att. for Plf. 2-9 4t 3-2
Sgt. Felix A. Sullivan has been .
Sqdn. U, LCAAF, Lake Charles, ,
Funeral made a member of the permanent duty that he IN 'CIRCUIT COURT. BRADFORD
.. party personnel at Army Air displayed on La. COUNTY FLOKIU9I IN CHANCKKY. .
Phone 7 Steve Starling, Jr.. Sea. 2-c, .
Forces Redistribution Station No. numerous occa- Edward :J. Tlerney. Plaintiff vs. ;
STARKE FLORIDA 2, Miami Beach, where he has slone.1 He was Camp 2, MC., USNATB. Ft. Grace Prlngle Tlerney. Defendant.

just completed reassignment pro- killed in Hollandby Pierce, Fla. Case No. 3567.ORDER OF. .PUBLICATIONAND .

r cessing following a tour of dutyIn enemy small S. Sgt T. F. Hutto, Sec. 1.Bka. NOTICE TO APPEAR

.. '" .. the Panama Canal Zone. arms fire while, 1002,' A A A B, Amarillo, STATE OF FLORIDA to: Grace !
Pringle Tlerney whose residence Is
Sgt. Sullivan was a cook dur- his organization i Texas. 127 46th Street, Brooklyn, New
I II was occupying a Pvt. Ovid L. Futch, Marine York. No Matter
'.' .. 4It's ,. .., > ing the 32 months he spent in I You are required. to appear on
r ; I Panama and has been assigned defensive. position. -i Corps Air Base, Cherry Point, N. March Bth, 1948 In the above

I to the at Miami C. named Court and c.u.Vh..r.ln
same duty
r the Beach. A son of Mr and Mrs. "Your son((was burled in Holland Lt. Ralph E. Rhodes, AAF County plaintiff Telegraph seeks divorce.shall Bradford publish What Bra n t

4 Quality of leadership Sullivan of Theressa, he en- and I can assure you that Convalescent Hospital, Hotel Don this Order In next four weekly

tered the Army in October 1941. this was accomplished in a most Ce-Sar, St. Petersburg, Fla.. Issue Witness my hand and official of Service

." that makes Leaders befitting manner by his comrades TBen N. Faulkner, 237th seal at Starke. Florida, this Jan-
with a Catholic Chaplain offici uary 30th., 1948.
I'FC. THOS. E. LEWIS Sta. Hosp., APO 322, Unit 1. coo|

.. SERVES,OVERSEASPfc. : ating. PM San Francisco Calif. You're I n.YOU'LL ..\

Thos. E. Lewis, son of Mr. "Putting aside family ties, the Walter King, RM 2-c:, USS LST

r /m ANTIC t and Mrs. Jeff Lewis of Rt. 2, admiration, respect,.and affection 503, coo| FPO, New York, N. Y.
Starke is seeing combat duty In I of comrades are a soldier's most
Sgt John S. Shuford, Jr., Hq.
Belgium with the 36th Armd. priceless possessions, because collectively -
MfMt(9 ffare.tbeJLeaders & Hq. Sq. 34th ADO APO 18093, ALWAY
Inf. Regt. He has been overseas these comrades are unfailing -
about nix weeks. judges. These possessions coo| PM, New York N. Y.

I believe your son had earned in CIRCUIT COURT. BRADFORD
Pfc. Lewis was Inducted Into IN' FINDA
full measure. Death of such a COUNTY FLORIDA IN CHAN-
the Army six months ago and
man leaves with each member of
took; his basic training at Camp Lillian Schat Rosenfeld.. Plaintiff,
C the Division a lasting sense of vs. Maurice Rosenfeld Defendant
Blanding. His wife and young
lose, from which there comes to Case No. 3530ORDER .
daughter are living In Jackson- OF PUBLICATIONAND HEARTY
aWYtYgrr-1r.wrlrY al Aria,,Q ar r.r r/a.dYrM you, a deep sense o f personal NOTICE TO APPEAR
ville. His address is: Pfc. Thos.
sympathy." STATE OF FLORIDA to: Maurice
3b E. Lewls-348377712, Co. D, 36th Rosenfeld whose residence Is %

Armd. Inf. Regt., APO 353, care Mrs. Anna Rosenthal. 1285 St. Johns WELCOMEat
__ .. .
;f+ --- --- - --- -- ---- ---- - - Mrs. Starling also received fur-
I PM, NEW York. You are required to appear on
ther consolation recently in the March 9th, 1945, In the above named .
"TOP following letter from Mrs. Vera Court and cause, wherein plain-
The Evening LT. TRACY BAKER tiff seeks. divorce. Bradford County
FLYING IN INDIALt. Holmes of Notts, England:, Telegraph shall publish this OrderIn

Off with Tracy Baker, Jr., son of "It was with deep regret that Witness next four my weekly hand Issues.and official S

Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Baker of we heard the sad news about your seal at Starke. Florida, this February -

keystone Heights, Is serving with son and our very dear friend. We 7th., 11145. ALL ''YORKGUARANTEED '
the Army Air Corps .I n India, had always looked on Leo as one An Clerk of said Court.Walter .
/ DONUTSjt probably flying "the hump" with of our own family while he was C. Hardesty. Daytona Beach,
,- Fla. Atty. for Plf. 2-9 4t 3-2
: supplies for the Chinese. He en- in England. It was always a

+ cJ\O( AND COFFEE tered service In 1940 and has been great pleasure to have him here, iv CIRCUIT COURT, BRADFORD
\,, overseas since October of last for his grand, upright and lov- COt t'K.UY.Lonnle NTY. FLORIUAl YOU CAN ENTRUST YOUR

d be dotie 'hV' year. He attended Bradford High able nature endeared him to us Thompson, also known as FINEST WATCH TO OUR
't\( Lnnnle Thom a s o n. Plaintiff vs.
School and entered service several
eO. i
all."I Mary Etollu Thompson,
see ",o weeks before he would have} received suppose 'you know that he Case No. 8489.ORDER .
o.e his diploma. and my daughter Peggy were very AND NOTICE TO APPEAR

1 Lt. Baker is married and has a great friends rand It was a great STATE OF FLORIDA to:

son. His wife and son live in blow to us'wKen we heard of his Bellu Unknown.Thompson"' whose, residence. ,

Keystone Heights; untimely deathr Still he always .You are required. to appear

- ---. -- .--- --- --- .. .... Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Baker are wanted to be with the 'boys' and March named. Court 5th, 1945 and cause In the,

+ Made from fresh further represented In the a/med while he was In the hospital here plaintiff seeks divorce. .

HAMBURGERS : forces by their son William who with fever he was always afraid County Telegraph. shall ..
ground sirloin steak this Order In next four.
i Is attending the Merchant Marine the 'boys' would be sent off without I..ue.

.. . . .
-- him Witness my hand and
In New York
Academy after
servIng -
seal at Storks, Florida, this January
,+ ( Tlio very finest eight months In the Pacific. "We shall always remember him 29th., 1945.
,,., Premium HOT DOGS He was In the invasion of Guam and his grand, happy smile and I As(OFFICIAL Clerk of SEAL said) Court.A.I.:

,1p _ and several other Pacific islands.He can assure you that we are very, William D. Morgan, .
I Made -from Is a 1942 graduate of Brad- very proud to have known him. Fla. Atty. for PH. 2-2 4t -

ORANGEADE pure ford High School and Is now a "May God bless you and yours NOTICE TO APPEARIt
Florida fruit cadet midshipman. I and give' appearing from the sworn
strength to
carry of complaint filed In the .
9 -..- Still another son in service IS, on. Leo would wish you to do Court of Bradford County,
Warrant Officer Owen Bruner that. by L. J. Wynn, and Loula

$$1 Baker who Is now in a replace- "My little son, aged seven years, and his wife his, wife against'.Margaret Arthur W.L.

*t DAVIS SANDWICH SHOP ment center In France after says he is going to be just like a the> mortgage same being upon a bill the to lands .

spending three months In a hospital Leo when
a he grows up and I are described In the bill of complaint
1 In England when he Injured In said cause; that the defendants
was that he
pray be
p 125 WEST CALL STREET may Just that- and
;, Arthur W. Tobey >
in action in Belgium. upright, truthful sober and residents
cour- wife. Margaret L. Tobey, are
----------- ageous, as your boy was while of a state and country .
CPL. T. C. KELLY than the State of Florida
he was in England. He was a their last. known residence and address
iH ATTENDS RADIO SCHOOL credit to you .all through." was 75 Colby Road, ...
H t'' Farm Machines i Il jk, Cpl. Talmadge C. Kelly, son of Massachusetts. which Is stated
particularly as Is known to plaintiff.
& the late Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Kellyof SOT. HERO AWARDED .. That the defendants both

? Brooker has been assigned to TilE PURPLE HEART over the age of twenty-one
atea and that there Is no person In
the A A
F Command
; T-Sgt. C. J. Berg, whose wife State of Florida the service of
Radio School at the Sioux Falls subpoena upon whom would
Fighting Machines! Army Air Field in South Dakota I operates Gislain's Novelty Shop the said defendants.It .
here, was wounded in action on Is further ordered that
for training as a radio! operator-i Dec. non-resident defendants be,
on the German
mechanic. Upon completion of a border. hereby are required to appear.
He is now recuperating In a hos- the bill of complaint filed In .
20-week he will be
course, fully
trained to take his place as a'' pital In France, following a set-
back with an infection. He has ( FSTROUT ci
member of a highly skilled bom- -
been awarded the Purple Heart i
ber crew. for 'meritorious conduct' at the : stLLa KSTATH 1f

Before entering the service, Cpl. time he was wounded.Sgt. I Greatest advertiser of <...... l
Kelly was employed as clerical try property.. lies mad o-
worker at Blanding.IN Berg has been overseas n.OOO sales of Homes-KarmaAerrav -
for nine months, going first to .. Bayers from all over ..

ClllClir COf'UT. 11IIADPOUHCOUNTY. Italy, and serving through the World. Free open llstlns

CKIIY.Michael. FI.OIUOAl. IN CIIA.N- invasion of France on to the bor _E.A.STROUT REALTY i'i

Krlm-Shamhal, Plaintiff, der. He was with the famed 7th Represented
v.. Ida Rebek Anton Podvorska '
Army. He has been In
Defendant. Cane No. 8587. service Locally by

ANn ORDER!:NOTICE OP PUBLICATION TO APPEAR:' since Texas June and, 1942 and trained In J':. C. HOLLINGSWORTH : !

Camp Blanding. lie S. Walnut St.
:T81B ;'FRCC, ) MAINTENANCC: MANUALBELP \iG Rebek Anton Podgor.ka whose He served a s an instructor '

; ., };KEEP" ',THEM. ... ;;FIOHTINO;i FIT, ., /a residence are I.! required Unknown.You to. appear on while at Blanding. He and Mrs. 'I .II-
wk' March 16th., 1(45. In the above Berg are from Minneapolis, Minn.,
4f named Court and cause wherein
but plan to make
tt a plaintiff seek divorce. Bradford their home In
y A County Telegraph shall publish thlaOrdvr Florida after the war.
Every tractor and farm-truck I ia doing as vital a War In next four weekly Issues. -
my hand and official
} i4 job as the tank spitting lead at the enemy! They must .eal at Htarke' Florida, this Feb- CARLTON CIIASTAIN
ruary 10th., 1945. GETS NAVY DISCHARGE
e. i be kept fit and fighting if our boys at the front are (OFFICIAL SEAL,) A.I.: Thomas =
s A a Clerk of laid Court. Carlton Chastain. son of Mr.
to be adequately fed and clothed. Walter C. Hardenty, Daytona Beach and Mrs. T. C: Chastain of Hamp
Fla., Atty. for Plf. 1.16.. 8-9
ton has received a medical discharge -
Your friendly Standard Oil Man can help you keep I!*' CIRCUIT rot'RT. BRADFORD from the Navy and Is
COHTTY. FLORIDA IN: CHAN back at his home In
.your farm machinery in there pitching-with, fewer C?K:H%*. While
Navy he was stationed
Mary Williams -
replacements and less time out for repair. How? By v. Edgar Monroe McCulloh, De- at Camp Peary Va.GE77HE .

supplying you with dependable fuels and lubricants tendant.ORDER Ca.OF No.PUBLICATION SS8. r

r,1 and offering you experienced, helpful advice on preventive STATE AND NOTICE OF FLORIDA TO APPEAR to: Edgar -

t maintenance. Monroe McCulloh whose Post Office -
Address la Seaman let Class.
t No. 8J1-13-69. %: Receiving Bale, SPEEDY SeA'REUEFFORACD
Hhoemaker, California and whose
1 Reeldence Address la ""%, Mr*. M. SH
7s ,, Ask: your Stag d sod Oil Man for a Free copy Aa-ner, (Mother. ), Route 5, Box 1(5, -
r of his gfWrtJan3Saiattnnc Manual Salisbury- North Carolina. INDIGESTION
q You are required to appear on
lot Fum MaclJi will help you Jeep March 18th., U45, In the above

your machinery in tht folds and out ol tAe plaintiff named Court seek and divorce cau.and wherein maiden 'THE STORE

,, repu't-sbop. name restored. FTadford County
Telegraph shall publish this Order 1
In next four weekly Issues. 1 1
Witness my hand and official 1
seal .at Eltark., Florida h" Yebruar -
All Clerk fOf old Court. '
INCOMJtORATCD IN KCNTUCKV Walter C. lIarel..t, Daytona Beach. Carpenter's Drug. Store
Fla. Atty for Pit. I-I' U 3.'

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1 held high and second high score, patient In St. Vincent's Hospital . .e. . . . . . . e . . . I Costs of these proceedings and the ruarr I, IMS.OFFICIAL 1\\ I
; respectively. Mrs. L. A Shepherdand in Jacksonville since Wednesdayof satisfaction of the forementloned ( SEAL! ) A. J. Thomas
FarmftrlJNITV Mrs. J. A. Bouvier execution. A* Clerk of said Court.
were tea last ,
ate week. Friends hope for Lawtey SunnybrookBy A. O. ANDREU.!
guests on this occasion and :Mrs. her speedy recuperation follow Sheriff Bradford County Florida. Chaa.Jackaenvllle R. Mess. IM N. Ocean, St., '
Florida Atty for Pit.
"rs. nryaD. WhItfield. . . Bouvier was lucky In "bingo". ing a major, operation. I By Z'ELTNEVARREl'll Mra. Amula Crawford plaintiff. attorney I-S U 1-11 I-a U 1.11.KeeeJ. j I

. S . EacS"prize! was a number of savings Mrs. David Skofnik'and little .:.. .'i,. .. ,, . . . . . . e . .
Chapman's refreshments daughter Rita left Tuesday for COUNTY FLORIDA IN CIIAM- '
CLUB consisted of chicken RECITAL PARTY A large crowd from this vicin- .
New York City where, with Mra. CKHY.Bleanor:
Flower Committee empha- salad, assorted pickles, dainty hot B. Herahfleld, they will now make A Recital: Party was given hon ity !le attending the meeting this R. Dre. Plaintiff, v.. Jeffrey 81<< ttIIllZHli'
by using vases oring Miss Gwendolyn Shufordat B. Dye, Defendant. Case No. /
deep yelloW biscuit "brownies" and coffee. their home. CpU Marvin Hersh. week, being held at the Water 1170
vy jonquI1Bndulafor field the home of Mrs. Will' Ed- Oak Baptist Church. Rev O. E. ORDER OF PUBLICATIONAND
last Tuea- BIRTH ANNOUNCEMENT Philadelphia Pa., who warda. Wednesday, Feb. 14. Those Cutshaw NOTICE TO APPEAR
Club had been here for the week of Lawtey Is conduct- STATIC OF FLORIDA to: Jeffrey .
? past
meeting of the Community Lt. and Mrs. James R. Jones left with Mrsx taking part in the recital were B. Dye whose residence and
Mr. C. M. Turney pre- announce the birth of a daughter, Skolnik, his sister. Shirley Anne H a r ley, Benton Ing.Pvt. address U Serial No. 110UUI. Co.
the business session Barbara Lee, In the State Farm Mrs. J. H. Hundley and Betty Futch, Anne Moore, Mary Cele Zcdra Dnkea of Jackson M; 7th InfJ; APO S; %" Potmater, ,I
over ville New York. N. T.
Williams was Mrs. Araula
Its conclusion, Mrs. :J. A. Hospital, Feb. 13. Mrs. Jones we rein Jacksonville Darley, Ada Edwards, Gwendolyn visiting You are required to appear on' Start Your Post-War \
t Friday to attend the party given Crawford Sunday and Monday.He March 6, 1 45. In the above named' .
Lawrence the
and with Barbara Moore with
MM. baby are Mr. and Shuford. > Planning Now
rand 1
has Court and cause, wherein plaintiff
by Mrs. Reese Bradley In celebration Just returned from overseas '
were hostesses, for then Mrs. Schellte Rosier while Lt. piano solos: Robert WhItehead seeks divorce and restoration of'
sandwiches, of little Clinton Bradley's duty and will report to maiden name. Bradford County Place Your Order Now For
served Jones Is in service In England.Mrs. and Alvin Lewis with accordion .
third birthday.The Miami for new assignment. Telegraph shall publish this OrderIn
I and coffee during the Jones was formerly Louise solos; Ernestine :Moore with a next four weekly Umiea.WltneM The Following Appliances:
I Rosier. Rev. and Mrs. Ray Y. Wal- saxophone solo, George Roberts, Attending the funeral of Mrs. my hand and official
hour. Ira Andreu afternoonwere seal at Btarke, Florida this F.b.kl .
den and Mrs. Carlos Smith of Sunday I
Jr., with a trumpet solo and Lou
E CLUB MEE17NGtangementa Friends sympathize with R. H. Lake Butler were dinner guestsof Edwards with a vocal solo. Mrs. Floyd Crosby, Mr. and

of exquisite Cox In the death of his mother, Mr. and Mrs. Lynwood Wattson Guests were Marguerite Wainwright Mrs. O. E. Crosby and O. M. BENDIX

bias added to the beauty of Mrs. P. M. Cox. Mrs. Ralph Cox Thursday of last week. Esther Shuford Margaret Benn tt. AUTOMATIC t

,me when Mrs. L. F. Chap- of Starke and the Rev. L. A. Mrs. :J. S. BUtch of Elizabeth- Carter, Vera Mae Mosely, Linda Mrs. Laura Mosely of State HOME LAUNDRY
ntertalned the State Farm Shepherd accompanied Mr. Cox to Farm was a guest of Mrs. Inez )
ton Tenn., arrived Sunday for an Carter, Idelle Durban Anne Car-
Club Wednesday afternoon I I Montverde for the funeral 'ser- extended stay with Mr and Mrs. ter, Betty Durban, Carolyn and Kelly Friday night. I
Mrs. Fielding vice last Thursday.Mrs. .
t week. J. R. Kite. Mrs. BUtch was a Nora Lee Prevatt. Mrs. Christine Werts and son 6REAItFAS1and HOTPOINTREFRIGERATORS
Mrs. C. M. Turney :J. G. Godwin nas been a
an and resident of the Farm when the Games were enjoyed at the Roy of Jacksonville were Monday

----- late Mr. Butch was Superintendent close of the program. The guests dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs RANGES

of this institution. presented Gwendolyn with "go- C. C. Crosby and Mrs. Araula see how much better WATER HEATERS

ompt Service Careful Drivers Petty Officer 2-c and Mrs. ing away gifts" as she la leavingfor Crawford.Pvt. you feel all day.

Enlce Bradshaw and children of Virginia around the first of Alton Dobbs of Camp

TAXI SERVICEand Atlantic Beach visited Mr. and March. Blanding Is upending a 10 day As These Become Available ).

STARKE Mrs. R. H. Cox from Friday Until Mrs. Edwards and her daughter furlough with his wife and daughter CAMPDINER We Will Fill OrdersIn
Sunday. ; Lou, served their guests with Eloise. He and<< Fred Hatslop
delicious punch and cake. were In Galneavllle Monday.. Order of Application
Rev. L. A. Shepherd took i
members of Raiford Scout Troopfor Lola Norman has returned to

MACK'S TAXI: SERVICEPhone an overnight stay at Camp Starke Mr. and were Mrs.visiting Vernon Mrs.Silcox Sll of his home to recover from an op- BED LAMPS I

Francis near Pal a t k a Friday. ration performed at the State & DESK LAMPS
cox' parents, Mr and<< Mrs. G. W. I Farm
Hospital recently.
Farm boys participating in the
150 outing were Leslie Bradley, R. B. Roberts Sunday evening. Mrs. Cyril McLeod and son Elliot Corner Call &: Cherry : ,

Day Night Harvey and Jimmie Godwin. Miss Evelyne Warren.was visit ( of Lake Butler were visiting I
0 Miss Colson in Starke RADIO
Accompanied by her sister, Mrs. ing Evelyn Mrs. Arsula Crawford and Mr.

C. W. Norton of Wewahltchka ,VVednelldayevening. and Mrs. C. C. Croaby Sunday.Mr. .

and C. O. Partney Mrs. J. H. Mrs. Vess and Son, George, and Mrs. J.. N. Kelly spent Highest Quality SERVICE

Old Sarge's Place Hembree left Saturday for New ''were visiting at Camp Blanding the week-end with his son and

Orleans, La., where she entered Thursday evening. daughter-in-law Mr. and Mrs. STEAKSand

Oohsner's Clinic. I Mr. and Mrs. Ira McDonald and Warren Kelly In Starke. .

Sunday overnight of Mr. :small son, Joseph, of Chicago, WINKLER
MRKE'S ORIGINAL Ill. have moved to Law- . e . . . . .
and Mrs. J. M. Bradley were Mr. recently

and Mrs. M. F. Coker, Sr., and ; tey where they will, make their CHOPS
New RiverBy
ARMYTORE Mrs. J. H. Verner of Jacksonville. I home with Mr. McDonald's ELECTRIC I

Mr. and Mrs. P. D. Fancher Mother, Mrs. J. B. McDonald. .
the School
and Mrs. Dennis Fancher spent Paul Dinkins, U. S. Navy, was SERVICE r

last week-end with Mr. and Mrs. home on leave visiting his par- . . e . e . . Open 9 A. :M.-9 P. M.'

Fred Miller in Perry. Mrs. Rich- ents, Mr. and Mrs. P. L. Dinkins Our school' will close Friday. 226 Temple Ave.

ard Gower and little son, Lynn, several days last week Feb. 23.: We have had a very Daily Except Thursdays ,

AuthorizedBy who had been guests of Mr and Curtis LanIer, who Is in the successful term. Can't somebodywrite .

Mrs. Fancher for a week, returned Army and stationed at Camp our community news dur
The War
Department to their home in Perryat Blanding, was the week-end guestof ing the holidays?

that time. Colman Phillips last week- Mr. and Mrs. Chester Moody<<

After spending Sunday with and children of Lake Butler were SERVICES
OperatedBy end.Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Hundley, Mrs. Agnes Sapp and childrenof visiting: Mr. and Mrs. Joe Moodyand

an Ex-Soldier Reese Bradley returned to her Lake Butler were the week-end family Sunday afternoon.

home in Jacksonville leaving her guests of Mrs. Sapps mother, Miss Blanche Butler celebrated EVERY SUNDAY NIGHT

son, Clinton for a week's stay Mrs. J. B. McDonald last week- her 17th birthday at her home
with his grandparents. Sunday. Enjoying her cake with

HEADQUARTERSFOR W. G. Stringfellow went to At- end.Those her was little Edwin McCord on
who attended the Revivalat
ALL MILITARY SUPPLIES lanta, Ga., last Tuesday to Join the Vanderbilt Church Saturday his third birthday.Mr. SUNDAY SCHOOL 3 P. M.
Mrs. Stringfellow for a visit with and Mr. Johnny Andrews
Rev and Mrs
night wero
NOVELTIES and JEWELRY Capt. and Mrs. George Manassa 0. E. Cutshaw, Mr. and Mrs and children of Lake Butler spent
Mr. and Mrs. Stringfellow returned ''Sunday with Mrs. Andrews' -
J. T. Prevatt and family, Mr. and parents Everyone Invited To Come And Feel II
home Monday.Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Johns.
Mrs. L. L. W a 1{ wrlgh t. Miss
Bert Chambers returned j Mra. Delia Thomas of Jacksonville You Are A Part Of Us.
Barbara Moore and Miss Evelyn
en Suslorw'sArmy Thursday from Ocala where she Warren. spent Sunday with Mr. and

had visited her mother, Mra. J. Mra. Reddish Andrews and chll. e
W. Ward for about two weeks. Sumpter Harley; U. S. Army,

Peggy Dale of Starke spent was home last week-end visiting dren.Several families attended the

Store I last Thursday night with Grace his wife and small son. funeral of Mrs. Ira Andreu at Mission t t I II IJf'i

Crews. H. C. Kelly was visiting his the Sapp Cemetery, Sunday afternoon Gospel

Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Rhoden brother, Eustace Kelly, in New .
D9 E. Call Street Starke, Fla.WIiWOWi and Miss Lorlne Rhoden were River Thursday evening.Mrs. Coolidge Kelly of Miami was Assembly Of God 'I:

supper guests of }[r. and Mrs. Lillle Harrell of Camp visiting his sister, Mrs. J. J.
__ _,_ ___. _.!'oHERES
n Additional Moody and family recently.
A. C. Davis Sunday. Blanding was visiting her mother, J
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Davis during Mrs. J. B. McDonald, Sunday' Mr. and Mrs. A. P. Moore of JUST WEST OF U GATE, CAMP llLANDING

the week-end were Mr. and evening. Miami. Mra. Maston Hayes of

Mrs. J. B. Strickland and son, Gainesville and Mrs. Gernie J. A. BROOKS, MINISTER

THE Johnnie, of Graham. S e e . e . . . Crews and children of the State ,

.. Miss Kathleen Douglas was in Farm were visiting Mr. and Mrs.C. .

High Springs last week-end as BrookerBy E. Andrews and family Friday I

the guest of her mother, Mr. evening. (
Loca Belle Douglas. Joyce Atkinson Pfc. Seeber Moody of Charleston TIIROUGII THESE PORTALS

on how to spenda During the past week Mr. and e . e S S . . e S. C., Is home on a short PASS THE BEST SOLDIERSON
Mrs. L. Durden had as visitors furlough.

pleasant hour Mra. George Lewis and daughter, IIKKSHKL GLEN LAYFIELD IN TUB CIRCUIT counT IV AND A II T II
or I Judy, and Miss Lounelle Durdenof Cpl. and Mrs Charles If. Lay- Pole BltAUKOHU COUNTY,
Jacksonville. field announce the birth of a son FLORIDA.

two with your friends . on Feb. 13, In the Alachua County DELLA THOMPSON No. ,

., FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCH Hospital, Gainesville. The baby . Plaintiff ATC H ,

;/ OF STARKE has been named Hershel Glen .vs.EDNA PEELE and JOE PEELS,
> into Center Corner Call and Christian Ste. and Is to be called Glen. her husband
rop Blanding Rev. W. G. Smedley, Pastor Defendant the _
Services as follows: BIRTHDAY DINNER that under
Notice I I. hereby given
ar . Order a glass of Bible School each Sunday at A birthday dinner was givenat and by virtue of the Write of Execution -
the home of Mr. and Mrs.I I liiued In that certain cause
10 a. m.Preaching
In the Circuit Court of Bradford
Ice cold beer and just ( and communion ser- Lloyd Barry In honor of Mm. I County, Florida' wherein Della

,vices at 11 a. m. and 7:3: p. m. J. R. Crews, Miss Marjorie Sue Thompson was plaintiff and Edna
Peals and Joe f'eele. her husband
iit back and relax in ;.,' \ Prayer meeting each Wednesday Crews of Jacksonville and Helen were defendant the said execution .
at 7:30: p. m. Barry. About 30 guests enjoyedthis being dated the nth of Jan- I
nary. A. D. 1.46. I, A. O. AN-
[he most popular spot in town Pastor's residence: Green Cove occasion. DRBLT, having levied upon the following .
Springs.Do deecrlbed property a. the
Mra. O. W. Rimes and Mrs property of the above named defendant ,I
1 *: situate, lying and being
You. Too. Suffer With Loca Whltten gave a party for a In the bounty of Bradford State
LANDING group of young people Thursday of Florida, to-wlti
after noon of last week. Soft Lot 9, 11, 12. 24. 25 In Wood
du.BACKACHE lawn flection 17 Townchlp 6
drinks and sandwiches were served South, Mange 22 Kant. 110 acr...
INTERA : the 25 guests who attended. Lot II, In Wood lawn, S.ctlon
HDNO-HUSH, II, Township S South, Ranee
ret relief br using
11"MAYBELLE Lloyd Thomas of New Orleans, 22 Eaet. 10 acre
/ Sold for ever a quarter 01 a ceaturfea La., was, visiting his brother-in- Lot.. 1. 2, and South V4 of Lot
.J.; .fig YDE, money-tack' Guaraal.*. 1, of BlockII.. Town of Law.tey .
a law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Lee West of Railroad Section.
MANAGER G.t Vein Battle Now .t Green Monday. 22 II. Rat.Township t South, Range L t, ,,:

KOCH DRUG STORE Mr. and Mrs. Resale Carlton Commenclnr 16 feet from
and daughter Sarah, have been outheait corner of Hotel lot
*' and running: westerly' 100 feet,
visiting Cpl..and Mrs. Pasco MottIn thence southerly 104 feet,
I Valdosta. Ga. thence. easterly 100 feet, thence
H. H. Henderson of Sanderson northerly 104 f..t to polst.ofbeginning 1,,.
it'GISLAIN'S. Town of Lawtey,
was the week-end guest of Mr. wed of railroad. Section 23, 4
and Mrs. Cooney Tyler. Township. t South, Range 21Ea.t.

Miss Betty Hazel Green is visiting 1 Lot 85 feet North and South
friends and relatives in Jack. by 100 feet Eat and Went, on
West aide of State Street
sonville. bounded north .y Nolan Street
Seaman Donald Crews, who was and couth by Thede SIr..t.To..n . the parade of
of of Railroad .
Lawtey went
supposed to have reported back to Section 23, Township S
his station in Illinois this week, South. Range' 22 eant.And I service men throughthe I
has the measles. Little Katherene I will on the Sth day of March.
A. D. 1>4S between the legal hour
for Harrell Is also on the measles of ale, to-wlt 11:00 o'clock In portals of P. S.
list. We wish them a speedy forenoon and 2:00 o'clock In afternoon
before the front door of the
NEXT recovery, Bradford County Courthouse at '
:Misses Helen and Beda Carltonare Star..... Bradford County, Florida Stores. There MUST
offer the said' property for eat, at
DOOR spending a few days with Mr. public outcry and will ...U the
'r/ and Mra. Sam Mott In Starke. same to the and bet bidder be a reason. e
,8 -f i TO for ceh. the 'proceed of the r
R. J. Waters was in Jack.onvflJe aid sale to be applied a* far a.
. KOCH'S on business Sunday.Mr. may be to the payment of the

and Mrs. Resale Carlton
; F r
Mr. and Mrs. Lee Crosby and I
RastU Mann were In Lake City ATFIRSr''D
Costume Jewelry' last week on business.Mr. I
Shell Greeting Cards .
Novelties and Mrs. Lloyd Barry were

hopping in Gainesville Monday. G: .

Gifts For Children Truby Plnholster attended the ueE646Cold
Florida (Hand Painted) Scenes singing convention In Theressa BLANDING BUS STATIONAY. ..1I'

Sunday. Preparation adirct_ >L I


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All was given on the sUbjectof That Lydia Collins, and O..nUemOA Florida, Sli. .,
that It will be in the parade. message 8W of NWH - -
Theatre Wants Pix Smart Collins holder ;
pictures must be turned in by : "Thy KID>glom 'Oome' While tificate No. 33Ji .. 1 ,

Df Service MenThe March 3, which .is only a week the evening: message was broughtby day flied of same September In .' A. 0 -:::

from Saturday. the Rev George F. Tlbbltts, made application my for

Florida Theatre Is making service alao of Park-of-the-Palms, and to be Issued thereon.
Pictures of
a "Service Parade" film of Brad- will be filmed discharged also. Name and out of his years of rich experIence scribed tlcate embrace property the In the Gift That Only You Can Give .

ford boys and girls to be shown men .' in Gospel work, which has Bradford, "State' of /

,, on their screen when it is finish rating of the man will be asked carried him into many countries 4 A Com at NW Cor YOUR
I NEVi & run H 420 ft. E
:4I ed. Any type of snapshot, picture and also the name and address of the world, his messages are always ft. W 420 ft. N 310 ft.
'" or portrait will be accepted i an Inspiration and challenge beg. Section 6, PHOTOGRAPHStudio
of the person turning In the picture -
!Rang 22 East, contain
and all pictures will be returnedto so that It can be returned.It to hla hearera. more or 1.... each till i
their after the film is The assessment of open day' L1iJf
la better that It be In uniformbut An orchestra consisting of
erty under the said 9 p. m., including Sunday
made. if none is available, then trumpet, violin organ, and two sued was In the name ,
This parade of Bradford County bring one In civilian clothes. pianos, directed by Mr. Purdy, redeemed Unless said I No appointment necessary' ,,. I'
b service men and, women will be furnished the musical background property described : Guaranteed

At The TabernacleThe for the service. A violin solo"Overshadowed" sold to the highest
4 shown in later years on patriotic courthouse door ,on the

4 be to send or brings was played by; day In the month of HOLLYWOOD CAMERA
days, so sure &
picture of boys to the. Sunday morning service at W. B. McKinney with R., J. which 1 I. the 2nd., da, GIFT SHOP
your 1945.
the Tabernacle was in charge of Gomes at the piano, ,
ticket office of the theatre so _ Dated this 19th day
sryy I the Rev. Gordon L. Purdy, of On Thursday and Friday of next 1945.. Call Street At Railroad
Park-of-the-Palms, Keystone week March 1st and 2nd, the Clerk of Circuit Court
Beware Coughs Heights" ; at which time a splendid Rev Harry 'F, Woods, Executive County, Florida.

I Director of the Oriental! Mission C-;; I
from colds '
common ary Society, will be the speaker; COUNTY, FLORIDA
I . just like mother
Mr Woods was taken .
prisoner by; CJo1&1(
That Hang On the Japanese and kept for Charles Gr. g ory,
used to make" seven .
i Josephine Gregory Rom where I
months in ,a Japanese concentration No. 86011. Joe Marsh
relieves bep' r
Creomulsion promptly *
eauae It goes right to the seat of the camp being ANt NOTICE TO !
trouble to help loosen and expel and allowed to come back to the STATE OF -

germ laden phlegm, and aid natureto ; United States. Hla timely mes- phine Gregory, whose. I

tI flamed soothe bronchial and heal mucous raw tender mem-in- I LAPPEi sages on the Orient and his vivid 654 New Ovlngton York. ,Avenue, : Trophies of a

branes. Tell your druggist to sell you experiences while there should be You are required to I ,
a bottle of Creomulsion with the understanding of great interest to all. March it. I94S. In the
I ed Court and cause, Happy Marriage
: <<
you must like the way It tiff seeks divorce. :
N i quickly allays the cough or you are I Telegraph shall publish '
yr to bave your money back.CREOMULSION. V School Commodities In next four weekly ... '
Witness my hand Cuppers are about the hap realized that the hat and
Valued At $1,140 seal at Starke, Florid, mill
> married couple In our had become Important symbcli
I 20, 1945.OFFICIAL
ruary ;
t for Coughs; ,Chest Colds,BronchitI Commodities received hv nrA.d_ ( SEAL! ) A. Comfortable off too,after in their marriage-symbols at

V "' _'_IL .,.. r ... "'- ,..... ... ... ... ... .. ford County Schools-ln- connection ;- T.An Frank Clerk Landrum of said Court.; fifty years of honest work. respect for each other's righii

6S'yj with the school lunch program Atty. for Plf. : their two most prized posand differences of opinion.

EVERY BRANCH OF during 1941 had a whole- are an old beer mug and
; IN cmrtrrricorRT. . Prom where I sit,a lot of min
sale value of $1,140.50, according COUNTY. ""/ Floradora hat., rlages would be happier U then'

t 1 from to an Walter announcement this week John CERY: Huber. Plaintiff .they'were flnt married were more fanny-looking ban

F. Catling:, directorof Huber, Defendant. Case allows. he couldn't stand the and old beer map In the ted
the Commodity Distribution ORDER OF
-Ito uN a ncei Division of the State Welfare AND NOTICE TO while ;Jane turned her nose ground. Tolerance Is a mlghtjgood
STATE OF FLORIDA : at Dee's fondness foundation for
privately living
I Board. Lunches were served to Huber", whose.. residence I hip
i 600 children on a dally average. 6930 South Dora Wendly glass of beer from pUy together
u Illinois to time.But each figured
Lunchrooms using State Comma
You are required to
5 H. C. WALL dities included beside the High March :26, 194S,:In the the other's they flu .
ed Court and ,
and let live.
School here, the Brooker Junior c90e
tiff seek divorce -'VLM4l\\
High School, Heltbronn Elemen- Telegraph shall publish. as tune went by they
'tary School and the colored In next four weekly c
Witness my hand and ,
Agency e r schools in Lawtey and Hampton.The at Starke, .Florida, this ,
commodities furnished 20, 19 45. 105 of a Serif Copyright, 1945 United State Br wen fowufaa,
Hi"Ms;l Constant Service Over 50 Years the federal government were distributed As( Clerk of said Court.

as a public service by the : T. Frank Landrum,
State Welfare Board. Total dis- Atty. for Plf. '-
tribution to all programs the past ,
OF (
year amounted to 423850.
Senate!' Bill No. .
Christine Yarbrough H. Y. Saxon holder of
ADS Irate No. 304, Issued
Mrs. Christina of July A. D. 1942 has
Yarbrough In my office and has
... of Lawtey, died In the State ration for a tax deed to
tR BALE-A t 1 r active 5-room FOR SALI3-1943 Ford Tudor. Can Farm Hospital, hnreon. Said certificate :i
? Saturday night, :
," bungalow In fine condition In be seen. at Standard Station. the following; described I <
,1/, excellent np'lI'hbo'ho..d.' Will .ell Lawtey. 2-18 Ztp after an illness o f about five the County of Bradford e r0rri
'1.f: /;1 on terms.-Mrs. 1111 I d abelle C. months. ,
I J' Wlleon, 810 W. Madison. Itp STRAY HORSE_t my place since t CAMP
,11, Jan. 19. Owner may have by Funeral services were held at
A DR SALE/ -6 room cottage at 501 Identifying, paying' for ad and the graVe in Dyal Cemetery, Mon-
'I> keep. It. M. Homey, There
"St.' Clair St. $100 cash good a.
I,>',t\\' terms fur bulnnuM. Nee C. II. Nan- 2-18 :2tp day with Rev. Rawla and Rev.
'(' tj worthy at Tip/ Top Super Mar- Moody of High Springs officiating -
OPENING-At 115 W. Madison, St.,
't/'.' ket. It tailoring shop, military alterations and DeWitt C. Jones in To Get Ready for ,Spring Planting
r 01'I and dressmaking, Mrs Eva I charge of "
MATTRESSES of all kinds renovated Alvare. arrangements., She was
2-3 4t.
d' ; furniture upholstered and a member of the Baptist Church. CARRY A COMPLETE LINE OF GARDEN &
"1/\1'/\ ritflnlshed Drop us a card.I FOlt HAL ,
Hlaclc fur-trimmed
'1p: ITA8TIN03 MATTRESS CO., Etox' : winter coat In excellent. condlI Survivors are her husband, FLOWER SEED
ta I 'f:,"; 130 Palatka, Fla. tt I tlon. 233 Jefferson St. Itp E. I:. Yarbrough, two sons; A. J. ,." ..

'j ... . Yarbrough, U.S.A. Serving in On Mondays!
'; :_. V. .. !*.. *'. l/Mb 1 AIIUI ItlUltliyd FOR SALE-One horse mule, Li"I.I1i'.I'rn.rro.'Ii"C
I p tl ,.. '. 'I .. lgn.>d. Airs Bertha Poarcn, 305West mare mule, about 13 or 14 years one France and O. J. Yarbiough, Phone SEE US FOR BABY,, CHICKS
Madison St. 7-Z -Up old. wt. 1)50) to 1000 pounds each. Lawtey; two sIsters Mrs. Nancy
' Anybody work them, will
i f ; FOR HALM-One J. U. Feed Mill Keene of Heilbronn Springs and
anything 3100 each Reason FEED
: !
E arl Stark :3-18
I' : I Cook 21p for selling, have bought trac. Elsie L. Bradley of Starke.iv .
JU i./1 FOR IIALI.-JH..Y: milk cow with .-VS. E. Wamlln. 3 nil. north ,
l of Wnldo Road .
,\d one week old rail flee T. C. on 13 2-16 2tp
{ t' Chastuln, Hampton, Fla. Itp riiu-t'IT rOl N'r. 1"\UFOlin
: FOR WALK-Tomato plants Mar- ('i>,iiyr' -, FLOIIIII.', IV' CHIN.:
WANTED TO BUY--Compost man- globes. and Rutgers ready now. esie: ". :
:;'t tire spreader. Joe Urlffls.. Br.Btarke. items poultry Farm located on Naomi nose man. Plaintiff vs. '
"+ 2-23 Ztp old Thomas plane, 1% mlle out Cleveland' Bone man, Defendant Filling a
on old Camp Ulundlng road. Case No. 8610.OItlElt .
l, t.
FOR HENT--one 3-room. one 8r"ee 2-23 4tpTRAILER OF PUBLICATION
': room apartment. No children or a ANn NOTICE TO APPEAR 4. prescriptionis
.. I SITE WANTED-Officerdesires
dogs. Mr. Clark. Rrookslde Farm STATE" OF FLORIDA to: Cleveland -
'.'r Apartment :2 miles out on Ulan- parking space for h"u..etrallor Boseman, whose residence and
: C ding road make I left turns to with.. water and electricalconnections. address Is "State' Penitentiary, 1SIC t next
Write Box: 4J1-A.
"1. large farm house on right list Street, Columbia South Caro-
otIf! : 3-23 tt Itp II nil. ,
,!l.J You Ff '
i:!. ', LOST-Small black 'doit. with tany."IJ STRAYED-From pen Tuesday afternoon March 26 are, 1945 required In the to above appear named on in importance
two Brahma heifer., still
: front legs Owners tag. ;
name on Court and
cause, wherein plaintiff
; with numbers 619 and 491 from ONE t
:\ 'I\\> Reward for return to A. 1) WIN seeks
divorce, custody of minor
I llama., Magnolia Hotel. lip one stock off-b market lack on;' sides one ;with one ropearound red children and support money. Brad- t : to writing it

j ,': If neck. Reward for Information ford County Telegraph shall pub.
lush this Order In next four weekly I
leading to
\\f f. 30 ROOMS Arnold Griffin, Starke." recovery.Itp Issues.Witness. .
' my hand and official sealat NIGHT N 4
FOIl HAL Klectrlo Ice box: also tarke, Florida, this February
: ALL FURNISHED! hot water tank for use with gas **i 1945. .
,>] DeWItt C, Jones Funeral Home, (OFFICIAL SEAL) A..1. Thomas, A"3 a ?
Rtarke. It As Clerk of said Court. sS
ill KM'f
'.1t' BOOK A MOOM AHEAD J. a. Harrison. 105 Law Exchange ONLY
I FOR 8ALK--Old time ribbon cane Bid*. Jacksonville, Florida. Atty.
.,j; FOR YOUR WIFE seed. Priced according" to length for Plf. 8-23 4t 3UNOTU"E
\ ; ''f OH PARENTS and quality' F, C. Hodges, Rte. Ou..I.I"ATIOFon : :
8. Starke. 3-23 :3tp ,
\ :."
PLANTS FOR SALE-Tomato, pepper .at. Bill No. 16. >
'! : egg plant cabbage, lettuce. IS HEREBY GIVEN,
,; PLACE broccoli onion and collard.--J.
h W. Bell Lake Monroe. Fla.

1 'f KINGSLEY LAKE FOR SALE- flood farm mule. '
; ;; //1000 Feet From '''B Gate Weight' about 900 Ibs. Hood age.Sue YOB keep buying
;; : !! 1R.. Denmark at Denmark'
,'' e Furniture Co. ,

The confidence your doctor.

FOR SALE From has in your pharmacistis

a tribute to both

(% ;.'. ", . S the man andrtheprofession' "

tfi '
Hawn ,
_ BATH HOUSE : t .

w LARGE LOT NICE LOCATION ; .o. 'that heservesI6

i, t PRICE 13.500 '"" \ rP
,', !1, ; "1. ,
":?* -

n THE TIMETo :' .. r, ,JJ1't! ," ...,
LOT 50x100
.. .
Get Out Those Light.
PRICE $3,500 -Y >, .
'i er Suits and Dresses and

,.., TERMSFURNISHED 1 Bring Them to The All New merits from you the same confidence thud\

Cleaner. Plenty of Warm

Days Now When Your has already -nrned from your doctor

Winter Clothes Will Feel
HOUSE i :: .

LOT 217x210 j _.
,: BARGAIN $2,000 '

NEW 11:45: :


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; 64 ,

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