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: March 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: VID04907
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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..Include Everything But Picnicking . BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH :

. One Expects! '! Get Home Soon, Anderson Says .


MolUC'eM Itd fads,, ':orE! back home when they reach their Official County Publication Established In 1817 I

.. B3th birthday! (Gosh, but those -;
I matter how Urea 'of sleepy ten years between retirement and VOLUME SL"TY-SEVEN STARKE FLORIDA 'IUD.\Y. I\IARt'li U 194 NUXUEU TWENTY-TWO _

(U GI tom always. wj1Ung to Social Security are liable to be .

,.a to a ten acquaint minute btvlt.k you from with his hUi tough Now!) C . Red Cross Drive Lagging Hpusewives Urged To Help Relieve

Kular brand of post war plaiv our division has Its own ;
encouragement radio station, "WNKB-fourteen ,

(twee requires chewing no the fat clerk with 7- by fed hundred our by Signal our on your Education Company dial," and engineered and Infor staf- Only Half Of Quota Raised Drastic Shortage of Fats And Tin; I

s t e r .Company ,
east Joe Oswald (Jax) matlon Section. Most programsare Government Need Is Critical
day and he emphatically recorded. re;. Sternberg' chairman of the The list of $5O"'contributors Is I solicited by the following work. Says ;
i er that he's socking away The chief announcer Corporal Red Cross War Fund Drive la as follows: J. T Quigley, W. L. era: Mrs Luclna Clark, Mrs T.I
ares plenty every Charley LoCanto (civilian an- Bradford County states that Na- Wall, W. H. Smith, Rogers Military F. Landrum, Mrs. J. P. Hlggln- Bradford County housewives arc' Mrs L. H. Jennings, chairmanof I 1
month to make nouncer for WAAT and WLIII tional Headqu art e r s considers Store. Park Cafe C H. Nas- botham, !Mrs. H. C. Brown Mrs, being urged more than ever before tin can salvage In Bradford

his mirage solid In Jersey City and Brooklyn) chapters delinquent when their worthy, E. S. Matthews, Magnolia A. W. Ande r s o n, Mra O. L. to save leftover kitchen' fats County, states that the barrels I
ify. "W hen I has ape t peeve t ex lay-me. quotas are 'not reached by March Hotel, George Kopelousos Holly Haynes, Mrs Betty Beyer, Mrs. and turn them In to their grocers,, recently placed In front of grocery '
get back to Jack- Three weeks ago they borrow) I 31. This fact Is causing him wood Camera Gift Shop, Green's K. H. Long, Mrs. C. A. Knight: according to a statement yesterday store In Starke are being put to t

sonville I'm go- my extensive rolle c 11 Ion of deep concern because even the increased Store, M. Goldman The Stag, M. Mrs. L. F. Jennings Mrs. P, S, by Mrs. Mary Leonard, good use by cooperating housewives -* \.
Ing to buy a car wing phonograph platters "for I efforts this week on' the C. Cannon\ Bradford Photo Shop Denmark, Mrs. A. F. Sauls. Mrs. emergency as ls tan t In Home but there Is sfill room for
so long it'll have two weeks," so today a week part of those working towards C. G. Barkadale J. W Andrews, W, C. Powell Mrs W. B. Sewell Demonstration work lots of improvement.
to be hinged In after default, I played financecompany bradford's goal of $14,200 has Bradford County: Telegraph; $35, Mrs. E. K Perryman, Mrs. C F. "The nation's supply of fats I Is "The tin can salvage programwas I

the middle to get and fort-clotted on the brought, the county total to only Mrs. M. F.; Brown; $30 each Ward, Mrs. Guy Sale, Mrs Ed- critically low and every drop thai so late getting under way In t
around' the cor- records. One of them was $7OOo-less than half the quota. Darby's, Hoover 'Bron., Florida die Hartman, Mrs L. A. Davis Is turned In helps out Mrs, Bradford County that we shouldbe

ners he brags. "CroBToads," the theme song! A check Is being made to determine Power & Light Co., T. F, Land- Mrs T. N Kendrick Mrs. Frank Leonard' stated. She pointed out doubly eager to cooperate now "
Tech. Sergeant for Charley's own favorite pro- the reasons for the lag rum E. Wilson and Mrs. W E. Mid ; that allot the leading grocery; that the Government has announced -

Grady Parrish of grain "Keeord and Rhythms. and it has been noted that some $25 contributors) A. J. Thomas, dleton. All reports are expected stores In Starke are cooperattttg the extreme urgency of ,
_ "Whafll I do?" he walled."That's In the collection of waste fats,, the situation" Mrs. J e n n Ings
$ebrl n s; \open contributions are smaller than E. W. Hayes E. *A a pound
-In our artIBeryquarters easy. Get another those made by the same personsin Wall Insurance A g e nc, y SIs- by the last of the week. paying stated
nil NCO ) Informs me that theme, said. "Song of the Is- past drives.' Mr. Sternberg trunk'jj, Sam Rosenberg Old Mrs. Ruth Morse, chairman of giving two is red turned points in.for every; J. M. Edwards of the Bradford J' ;

V-imy alms Include a home lands*ought lo. make. a good one." urges those who have contributed Sarge's Place New. Method Cleaners the outlying districts of the pound"The that Department of Agriculture Engineering; Co., has offered to i I

where he will never againthe 1W less than they can afford to bringin Mike Maruca Main Military county, has received a complete suggest that bacon fat, roast collect the cans when the barrels '
colors khaki and olive have no reveille-if you an additional contribution this Lovett's,' Leila's, Lappe Bakery, 'report from Miss Ida Hagan of drippings' and other good-flavored are full and carry them to "
want breakfast you get up before week. He Is also urging chair- Charley E. John. Jerry's. Half Thereasa. E. C. Long of Brooke and for the salvage department at Camp l'Blanding. '
fats be used for
lib. gravy
4leadquarters 0715; it's strictly your busi- In districts to Moon Lorraine Hartman. .
Com pany's top men outlying speedup Lodge states than plans are under way flavoring vegetables and very lean
(Mobile) Is dla- ness. By habit I get up and about the campaign and submit their Gislain's, Denmark's John W in that section for a concerted meats," Mrs Leonard a tat e d. "It requires only two cans to I
t b'ed Greg Byrne all hours of the day by 0630 when the colorful reports promptly. Denmark, Eddief Davis, Dr. L. effort this. week to complete the "Leftover fat that has been ren. supply enough fat for a morphine
at get, morea panorama that Is the south seas Men overseas are daily becom- Colson, M. Raybln H. L. Brown drive there. F. T. Abernathy ot dered and strained may be used syrette that might save some ,
night.. "I hours never undisturbed sunrise Is stilt In full,'Irey bloom. ing more aware of the good that lee Dr. H. H.. Adams. A & P Graham will be able to turn In a In piecrust cakes, gingerbread wounded soldier's life," Mrs. Jen-

coupla he gripes "I'm Sometimes I step down }o the Red Cross is doing and are writ- Store United .Army Store complete report by March 31. and quick breads generally. Fat nlngs stated and she reminded
H fatigue first civilian beach to view unobstructed by ing home to remind their parentsto Fred Guy chairman of the }>al'tlal'ep o r t. from Sampson saved from cooking spoil more housewives of the few simple operation
g to spend horizontal my position, palms, the sunrise, the ocean, and donate generously to the War business district, with the help City show $56: collected and Mrs quickly than new fat so should necessary to send the .
th In a lost the dark smudges on the horizonto Fund. Also, here at home there of,W.T. Clute and Frank E. Wilson Duggar Jones states that returnsare be kept cold and used as soon as empty tin cans from their kitchens t
the sleep Lye
hlns man's up on ';. the southwest that Is a larger are encouraging reminders that reports collections to date of not complete W. C. demon possible They can be poured directly on such an Important mission: ,

his army. Island of the Moluccas group many of our people are givingto $874. of Hellbronn- Springs section reports from the pan Into a can Wash the can thoroughly remove I
thers swear they're g'"Jng tot Our beach stretches east and west the greatest of their ability C H. Nasworthy, in charge of the following workers on or Jar then kept In the refrigerator. the label, cut out the ends and

certain ex-officers" "but not and' our island U I to the north of both in time and money. Among employe groups, has been assistedby duty with him In the drive: Mrs If they are to be held fot, flatten. Drop the cans Into the j
social reasons! Every'other it. recent reminders is that of G. M. X P. Sullivan, Miss Irene Russell Carter, Tully Norman and some time, strain through a clean waiting barrel In front of your
ler will own a Jeep; none willor ,On clear morning the cone Bennett, old time resident of Lewis Mrs., Elsie Ganett, S. L. Oliver Underhill. A full report 1 Is cloth before storing, because fats favorite grocery store I'

read a movie or 'book a- of a still active volcano Is Starke, voluntarily, coming Into Peek, Miss Elizabeth Phillips, W. expected from '?hie section by; containing particles of meat or Since our chief sources of tin-
t war; not one will ever againon plainly visible on that distant the Red Cross office to donate J." Overstreet Mrs Joe Under March 31. The New River sec other food turn rancid faster than Malaya and the Dutch East In

a picnic. Studdard (I've land, and above the crater 110. "If each person gave accord- bill, Mrs F.., F Beattie and Mrs. tlon with Mrs.: P. C. Cowen chairman trained fat. dies-are still In the hands! of the
you about him 'before), a forming a hugh "V" that broadens Ing to his means as Mr. Ben.. Merrill Gresham.,"* They have reported assisted by Mrs R. R. Andrews "As 01as fat, is scorched,, Japanese, the Government must

onal g u a rdaman says he'sT out ,miles wide and more nett has done, the Bradford Coun- $231,42.A. << as yet ha not reported. old, or otherwise made unusable depend on loyal housewives to
going to Join anything ever miles high 'Is the eternal pallor ty drive would have been oversubscribed J. Thomas, c h a I rman of r'C. Chaataln reports that at home, It should be strained into supply the Increased! needs) of this

!in-not even the" Rotary Club : brilliant white smoke drifting by March 5," Mr. Special Groups which includes all Hampton workers, Mrs G. P a can and taken to the grocer vital material. The shortage will

might mobilize he shudders ,slowly upward from the moun- Sternberg stated. Government Renal-governmen Wadsworth, Mrs. Margery Wads- ,"' Mrs. Leonard concluded. continue for some time, even after
Vly: V-Day formula If I getme tain's crest. When the first Miss Ida Hagan of Theressa also tal agencles,'as well as State and' worth and ''Mrs. May Touchton the end of the war

on Saturday Gene says I sun rays from the east strike deserves specials[ mention. If City employes, has reported $513.- have turned }Jn a total of $239.25to
n be the *BCTs poop-boy a- the fleecy cloud the overall effect Bradford's quota U hot reachedIt 50 which wa.* collected by Mrs.' ,date. Government Buying Vehicle

n next .Monday. I don't lit I, 8.11'awe Inspiring one. will not be'because the,people T. H., OsborneJ. Mrs.: R.: F.:'Dem- Mrs: J. ..M, Brownlee Mrs Eggs On Saturday Applicant,

ow which Is worsei h&ameUprinter's \ .* I' believe thlp.'.''toIeano ,Is, responsible .of Ther saa hftvaJRut ee>i--gtven oreBt.Mr*., H..JC.4Ritch, Mrs..Mil Melba 'Crq"by.and Mrs. Mabel .* ,n ., ." Mu.t.,Wait.Un.til ".'w,.. ..w
Ink"or "this"Jungle\ for the occasional,earth an opportunity to contribute Miss dred 'Sapp, Mra. 'Gloria Greene,' Galloway" report that collection The egg'-buylng' by the Government After April 1st 1 1It
or> ; but 111'take:11I)'.;' chance quakes we feel. The land of the Ida, again this year as in the past Mrs., Martha Smith. Miss Freddie' In the Rising section still standat here 'sit the Farmers Market .. ,"

thr'printer's ink.loaf volcano la still held by the enemy. I two years, has made' a house to WImberly, Mrs. Alice: Andersonand $25. which was started two weeks was recently announced from
us'expects to get home There is a never ending paradeof house canvass, overlooking no J. P. Higginbotham. Other states that ago has been rather slow; according
L. II. Hill of Lawtey the County Agent's Office that
.iflpjioon. The latest latrine- beauty to be seen here if one one. Tuesday she turned In reports ,from this group are ex- will to County Agent L. T. Dyer
workers there are busy and 1
MIlt rumors that furloughs and takes the time to look for It. :I $51.05, collected from the peopleof pected at an early date. have their report In before March with only about 15 cases having applications were being received. "' ,'.
bun to the States are to be am trying so hard to NOTICEthe her district. Louis Shafkln, working In the been bought to date. for new commercial vehicles. An 'J
elled'ajjd: a retirement plan natural art I see so that 3 I Four new, $100 contributors, business district has collected 31. C. M. Cannon Is the designatedegg announcement was made this)
ailed in their stead: CIs will may bring home with me many in addition to those already published $547. W. N. Carnasion. also in Besides the amounts Itemized buyer, and 'has been on the week from the ODT office that :'

retired from service and sent pleasant memories, too. were announced as: Park this zone reports $298 collected.Mrs. above, Mr. Sternberg himself has market two days a week but, these applications would have to 1
Theatre, DeWitt C. Jones, Cityof Junlus Smith chairman of collected $2,502. He urges every since there are only a few eggs: be held In the district offices until

ax Books Close GIRL SCOUT NEWSFor Starke and Southern Bell Tele- the residential d 1 s trlct, reports chairman. and solicitor to Increaseall being brought In, he will buy only I April 1st as they are approved I
phone Co. Other large contributors that her leaders, Mrs. A. Z. Ad- efforts In the next week ,mo on Saturdays In the future. only as the Vehicles are manu-
pi. April 1st the past two weeks the were: Florida I Bank at kin,, Mrs. T. F. Grady, Mrs. W that Bradford County will not be The top price paid for eggs is factured ''or only 60 days in ad-. :

' Girl Scouts have bundled and Starke, $125; P. S. Stores $75; '' B. Mundy and Mrs. Pauline Torode Hated among the delinquent chapters 30 cts per dozen and the averageis vance of actual production.
ax Collector I
C. A. Knight an- tied waste paper every Friday Priest's, $63.Easter I' have turned In 70395. This was I on' March 31. about 28 cents Eggs are accepted Each applicant will be notified
need today that IttfKa* books afternoon at the armory. The in any quantity and all of'the disposition of his applica- I

l close April 1 and 'all unpaids Scouts participating in thin! activity are candled and graded. tion Just as early as possible and
after that date will be pen- were Suzanne Hertz, Ger- Churches Announce Holy Week Services Those wishing to sell eggs to In the meantime calls and Interviews
ed. April 1st Is also the last aldIne and Shirley Shaw Jo Ann the Government should carry regarding them tend onlyto
' for applying fOB Homestead:' Milligan Idell Landrum and them to the Farmers Market on I slow down the processing of

mptlons. Vivian.McRae. Vespers, Methodist ChurchThe Holy Week ServicesAt Saturday until further noUce."Service" the appllc a.t I Ion. The heaviest t

E. W Hayes, TAI Asee.sor. The present course the Girl] Episcopal Church military requirements for steel i
At Presbyterian Hardin D.
mated that only bout 50 Scouts are studying Is the Morse Rev. H. Carter Board since ,the, beginning of the war
cent of the people Ad applied code and flag signalling.Idell Church SundayThe D will be guest speaker at a Holy Week' Services for St are now' steadily mounting so '
exemptions and liken. care Landrum, Scribe series of special'Holy Week ser Mark's Episcopal Church: Noon- Being the situation in regard to civilian ;
their other land taxes. I Vivian McRae Asst. Scribe Presbyterian Church will be held In the Methodist transportation is critical. I
vices to day Prayer Service Monday thru Bill Parker local sign painter
... ')'J have Easter Candlelight Vesperson Church, March 25 through the Saturday 'from 12 noon ,to 12:15: said today that the board for the
Sunday, March 25 at 0:30: p. roster of Bradford County's boys Colored Workers :
IMPORTANT NOTICE TO PEOPLEof 29th each evening at 8 o'clock.Dr. Celebration of the Holy Communion j
will with and girls! In service Is completeand ii
m. The program Will Close Drive
Clay Bradford and Union CountiesOn Hardin Is well-known here Wednesday morning at t 8 ready for installing on the
the organ prelude by the organist and la considered one of 'the out o'clock. courthouse' lawn. Difficulty in With Sunday Rally
Thursday March '29. starting at 9:00: A. M. Dr. Paul Mrs. E. M. Davis and the lighting standing ministers of Florida. i The Sacrament of the Lord's obtaining materials has delayed

Martin, orthopedic surgeon for the Crippled Children's Communion of the candles by B. C. Holtzen- The services are being spon-I Supper at 8 o'clock the evening the completion' of the board but coped Red Cross drive for the t

and Major Abrams. Director of the Cluy-BracUofll -lorf, and Barney McRae. The sored by the Methodist of Maundy Thursday commemorating It Is all finished now, except for citizens of Bradford ,
lealth Department., will conduct a cllnlo for all crippled children choir under the direction of Mrs. Club and each member has been the Institution of the Upper the names, which will be painted County will close Sunday March 1
In tlig three counties mentioned above. All parents of Alice Lansing, will present "The asked to invite people to attend. Room I after the board Is erected. 25, with a mass meeting at 1:30p. :

rippled children' are urged to bring their. problems to the"nlc Empty Tomb" by Hamblen, Congregational singing, led by Good Friday: Three Hour Ser Building of the board at an m. in the Bethel Baptist

' In Starke on that day. "Were You There" by Burleigh Sanford Ritch, will be a feature. vice from 12 noon, to 3 p. m.-A approximate cost of $40O was Church.
Every child will be given a thorough examination for the and "0 Sacred Head" by Bach, The Fourth quarterly confer- service of meditation and prayeron authorized about a month ago by All chairmen and co-workers ,
little children's song will be held immediately following the Board of County Commis 'are expected to be present and
Purpose of seeing what can be done to correct any defects. and a ence the Seven Last Words from 'I
This cllnlo Is sponsored the' Crippled Children's Commission! "Praise Him". Gary Ennls will the service Monday night the Cross. The service will be sioners. the colored citizenry of Bradford
he by Legion. read the scripture and give prayer, March 26. and reports will be so divided that people may come County la Invited to attend so
Clay-Bradford the American
Health Dept. ,and Sgt. Richard Kessler will givea heard from the following departments and go during the singing of the Scholarship Open that a good showing will be made. ,
the choir will render W.S.C.S. Mrs. W. E. Let un not forget that every
___ solo and : hymns. t
__ n Male TeacherArthur
-- -- "God So Loved The World," "See Mlddleton; ,,Church School, W. B. Celebra- For colored citizen of Bradford County
T Easter Choral
F "Ave Verum"'and Day: Is a part of this nation and should
This The Lamb, I Sewell. general superintendent;
tion of the Holy Eucharist at 11 R. McRae, County
STARKE "Here Yet Awhile," followed ; Young Adult Fellowship Mra not forget to do his whole duty t
NEXT been
IN has
WEEK a. m. Chi Wrens Floral Offering School Superintendent in this great catastrophe.
bv a recitation by Miss Lucille* Wm. Baggett; Men's Club. C. E. service and the Administration of advised by State SuperintendentColin
Monday, March 26 Mitchell.The Kern wall; Intermediate Department Holy Baptism at 5 p. m. English that a vacancy fora It Is a privilege not a duty,
Board of Commissioners regular meeting, choir will give "Christ Hath Miss Carol White; Youth scholarship for a prospective to' help lighten the burden of our
forces wherever ,
Arisen", "Let Us Rejoice' and Fellowship. Mrs. W J, Church- : male teacher exists for Bradford fighting they
, courthouse, 10 a. m. "The Holy City"and Mra. Church-', well; Charge Lay Leader, W. P. Baptist ChurchThe County. may be.Each.

choolqlt3rd, regular meeting, courthouse, 10 a.: m.7:30P. well will sing ss a solo "Open Smith; Trustees, L. A Davis. Rev. L. A. Shepherd will The examination wUl be held In chairman and coworkerS
Roy Seoul meetings: Troop 70, Episcopal rectory, : Wide The Gates". The choir will The young people will meet Gainesville on Saturday April 7. 'expected to come prepared to
m. recreation room 7:30: be guest speaker at the First make a full report at 1:30: Sunday I
Troop 112 Methodist conclude with "St. Theodolphus'Hymn Sunday at 7 p. no. for a special Complete Information can! be obtained -
p. ," "Seek Ye The Lord", and visual aid program. Baptist Church this Sunday' In by writing the State Department ; March 25.:

Regular'meeting Bradford Lodge No. 35F.,. & ,A. M. Hear My Prayer" with the solo Good Friday services will be the absence of the pastor. The of Education. Application -Proto A. O. Jenkins, Chm. I

8:00: p. m. Masonic Hall. parts by Sgt. Kessler. The pro- held from 12 noon until 3 p. m. tItle of his 'morning message Is blanks and information Red Cross Colored Dlv. i iOIl' ,
gram will conclude with the sevenfold Guest speakers will discuss the "Transforming Intimacy" and at amphlets can be had at Supt.
:- Tuesday, March 27ommdnity : amen. "Seven Last Words) of Our Lord the evening: hour the topic will dcRae's office.
Bible Hour, Methodist Church, 3 p. m. The choir music la divided Into and Savior". be "Unto the Least of These".

American Legion meeting Legion Hall, 8 p. m. two sections.! The 'first the two At 9:45: the Sunday School will Fire Truck / zmNr
.. Wednesday, March 28 groups Our are Lord's devoted crucifixion to while St. Mark'sThe study Jerusalem""The Triumphal. The TrainingUnion Entry Into Called Out TwiceThe 71Vo.." llc t

logy Club luncheon, Methodist recreation room 12:15.: music in the latter half expresses will have "The Bible In ( oJr /0: ,
Rev, James Stirling, student local fire truck wa calledo F7tl i
'aeent-Teacher! Association school building 2:45 p. m. the Joy of resurrection. their topicof 'tl., t
;irl chaplain at the Universityof the World Today" as the Starke Beauty Shoppe last B It.. ,
Scouts A Episcopal Rectory, 3 p. m. Florida, will be t h special discussion During the evening Friday to extinguish a small blaze P.. "1; :13)
''Woman 4:00p. .
i Club Executive Board club building : PresbyterianDr. Lenten speaker at the Lenten ser- hour of request song singing theJunior which started when some clothing ,

vice Friday evening at 7:30: o'- Choir will sing the Psalmsby lung next to the hot water heater, ,
..< Parley E. Zartman of Daytona clock. Many will remember the Faure. A welcome Is extended aught fire. Damage was small i
Thursday, March 29 la to be the guest speakerat Rev. Mr Stirling for the InspirIng to all to worship. of iq
Tuesday evening a covering :
Cross Production Rooms open .at Legion Home, the First Presbyterian Church ills messages he brought to Starke 011 on Alligator Creek became'lgnlted r .
2 p. m.' tO$ p.' m. for the next two Sundays.Is "The last Lent. It is a special privilege Recent MarriagesMyrtls and produced a spectacularloud "

:rippled Chid' ens' Clinic, Health Unit, 9 a m. subject for this Sunday the for- to have him return. of black smoke, although ,
crap: paper collection south of Call St. Have bundles Old Rugged Cross" and Palm Sunday Services: Church Louise Hendrlx. Starke, 10 damage was done and the fire

rvcVr in morning lowing week "The EasUr for symphony all.ervlce. School at 9:45: ; Holy Communionand and Bobby G. Barnett, Camp truck did not att e m p t to exngulsb -I .C/r
choir slugs
.o. The Standing. March 12. I the blaze.
., Open Night", Masonic Hall, 8 p. m. .. Everyone Is Invited. Sermon at 11:00: a. m. .

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In every school in the county School Board In WltneM.nest tour weekly lssu a

: : ....".f. ', ,0 where meetings are held fegularlyeach'..t 8t..rke my, Flonda hand and
; : THE BRADFORD COUNTY .,110k" month. The teachers assist Names TeachersThe 5. 1146.OFFICIAL. this yht
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Established 1877 tfJg. wca; ; "w:jIW(" ) I, with the organization problems' most Important item of A, Clerk of SEAL said Court A J' 'rbo",
J' programs, and records. T. Frank Landrum
transacted at the 8tarke
h 4 E. L. Matthew .____________ Editor and Owner :, -' "- 'cll' RI: Bach club member is furnisheda lar business meeting of the School Board regu- Atty. for Plt_ I.. PI tl t

,:, I ; ; 0 @" lif""' .':. record book in which he recordsall last week was the approval of OFIFI.OItIIMA:: 01" TilE
Weekly on Friday and Entered .. Second CbuM Matter :'';' ,! :, ,1I , costs and Income of his pro oral"
Published "tifl".t : teachers for the 1945-46 school TOI LOTTIIJ H. HINES
4 at the Post Office at Starke, Florida. ;" " ,, iif1/l"/ jects." terms In the county. resident ot 8partanburc who h ,
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club work this oil
The "in
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Needed Increase <0 UNCLE SAM IS wonder- 't : t.y'p'' 1/,." J.l FARREII.. year has been unusually good anda The following were approved: in that appearing certain. cause by affidaVit 4
ing what he can do to by { larger number of members bas Lawtey Jr. High, I* H. Futch, In the Circuit Court, Eiahtb now 1

i, In Waste Fats Must make the average house- "Well It looks like the old flu I'll be dogrgonml If I'm going been enrolled which Indicatesthat Principal, with Mrs. Ethel Ayers, clal County Circuit, In Chancery of Florida\\. god J|II*1

'; Come From Small Towns wife in the aVerage small bug is about to die out, along to spell aoafetlda and Gogenhelmer the boys and their parentsare Mrs. Blanche Edward, Mrs. L. H. H.F." HINES HINES Is I.Plaintiff Defendant herein Lo'rt.' QI' I

American 'town realize with a lot of other pests that our too for Junt one nickeL" anxious to do all they possibly Futch Mrs. Ola Mae Perkins, relief prayed for It,T ".flj I .,
seriousness of the fat salvage program. modem medicos have,licked with While I.was off oni sick leave, can In the production of Mrs. L. H. HOI and Mrs. H. C. and It appearing that a the !?"
the lisle
danfa <
The situation with respect to U.S. supplies of fats those new-fangled drugs that I trying to decide what to do with food this year. Kelly as teachers; Hampton, :Mrs. I I South Carolina residence and I. Spartanb that :,'' ,
t'l serious and is can't, even pronounce, let alone that lemon juice, I called on my May Touchton, Principal, with over the age of tWl'ntY'one ik. >
and oils is described as extremely and that the "
Transfers Raid ,
Miss Mrs.
old friend Lam Blanchard. He Realty Ophelia Bryan, Floy Defendant
and to spell. Anyway, I'm glad to report a resident of
the Government the Florida V
ing great concern to that we got through the was full of good spirits (not the Sullivan and Miss Kdna: Dudley I there la. no person or nfJS >.
thousands of manufacturers whose processes require winter without the usual flu "epI- alcoholic kind) and the only thinghe J. Fred Guy, manager of the as teachers; Rising, Mrs. Lois I' the State ot Florida the "L' '
I industrial fats. The only prospect of reasonably immediate demic". coOld grumble about was that local Coca-Cola plant, recently Mayes, Principal, with Mrs. Melva of" process bind upon sold whom would 'If*,
relief is a tremendous increase in the salvag- his eyesight ain't what it used to bought a small frame house and Galloway as teacher; IT said Defendant'
ing of used household fats and through the recoveryof About 23 years ago, Just' be- be. From what he said I gath- lot on East Madison Street from Mrs. Muriel Norman, HeUbronn'1. 'that quired to D fendantlis hereby :
fore the flu struck America with appear In said
Mrs Susan Moore. The property ,.,
"killing" fats and dead stock. ered that he can't see a redbug with Mrs. Susan Moore or before the 2nd day 3 I
both feet, I was preparing to A
that of Mrs. Della Hoover 19411. otherwise *
100 at night, if It'sthe er; Brooker, 7R. K. Turner, Prin- the all"Ration.
over yards
"A major portion of this tremendous increase turn ten acres of extra good said Bill of Complaint !
it and formerly belonged to Cyril ,
least bit cloudy. cipal with :}Mrs.: Pearl Cain, Mrs. taken as confessed will
$ must come from the smaller cities and towns and sugar cane Into Florida syrup Manire. Pro Confemo and a D...
Dorcas Carver, Mrs. Ruth Hayes, entered .
', from the farms of America," the government says. and had swapped a giant cypress While I wa there Mistress F. C. Hollingsworth announcesthe and Mrs. Inca Whitten as teachers. IT IS F URTHEIt aitalim OHDFIU: i
already tree with the saw mill Blanchard let me peep at an old THAT this order be pubU.h'd
with better organization, are following transfers throughhis
Most urban areas, Mrs. Cleo Andrews, principalof each week for four <,
the has nno.oul
school book that
doing a bang-up job. company for enough thick, wide preserved office In the past several New .River and Foster Shi weeks In the Bradford County ,,
number one cypress boards to OM a kcepnake. It was egraph. a newspaper publlnhej
"We have definite evidence that almost everyonein make trough, vats and cane one *f those old WelmUr'a bluo- weeks: Smith as principal of Bradford of general. circulation. in BraSt u
the United States knows about the Government's fat for my syrup. back speller and the mere The David Kelly farm was sold High, School for the coming year, County, the Florida.This let day of March.I

salvage campaign but that many homemakers in the I had to keep right on swap- night of It made me think of to M. M. Phillips of Jacksonville.This I were appr9ved. A. J. THOMAS. Clerk Cln\!,
Court Bradford
+l'i smaller cities and rural areas have felt that they ping, hauling and housing, how- the good times we children had is the place from which the IN cincriT coriiT. BRADFORD (SEAL) County Florid

lt'' weren't expected to participate," an official stated. ever, because the colored folks playing tic, tac, toe on our house which' figured in _one of' COITV.'! FLOIIlUAl IN CHAN- Joe C. Jenkins QalneBvlll., FJ,
Bradford County's oddest acci- t'KUV.Ruth Ida Attorney for Plaintiff.
} "Nothing could be further from the truth. Even one used my good lumber to make slates Instead <>f working the dents moved. There is an- Mitchell Hopkins Plaintiff 3-9 4t 310AT
half ounce-of used fat will help make coffins tout of just as fast as I examples that Professor Doole VH. Steven W. Hopkins, Defendant.Case .
tablespoon- an other 4-room house on the place. No. 3 40.ORDER. '
could J haul It in. handed out.
vaccine for 75 injections." BarBQ OF PUBLICATIONAND FIRSTSIGNOFA "
i4 smallpox The sale of the Victory -
e After thIs hail happened about But what I started out to say NOTICE TO APPEAR _
estimated that if each one of Bradford on Walnut St., to Mrs. Theda
has been
r It ten time, I arose a little late Is that the old flu bug ain't whatit STATE OF FLORIDA to Steven
would :Morgan< of Lake City. Mrs. Lur- W. Hopkins whose address In General -
just one
County's 2,121 save one blue Monday morning and used to be. In fact if it Delivery Flint Michigan.
of waste kitchen fat day they could found the colored line Grant was the former owner. You are required to
F' tablespoon per preacher and hadn't been for worrying over appear' on .6'666iC'oId
MJrs. Morgan will continue to op- April 9, 1945. In the above named
i fill the medicinal needs of 908 battlefront casualtiesfor Ills deacon Hawing up my cypress that lemon juice, I would really Court ,and cause, wherein plaintiff
24 hours. A single pound of fat will process al- lumber again and decided have enjoyed my little spell this erate the cafe seeks divorce and restoration of .
The sale of the 11-acre James maiden name. Bradford COli nty
that I'd better
most 260 quarts of life-giving; blood plasma. take.over myself.As change. physiciansor year. Hollingswo r t h farm to H. J. Telegraph shall publish this Order Preparations at dinetti

The increased tempo of the war has intensified the there wasn't any chance of Kaiser of Cincinnati, who will reside l

need for drugs, ointments and acids to ease pain and swapping doctors I took the bull .100 Boys EnrolledIn on the place.

lessen mortality among our fighting men. Other vital by -the horns and sent word to 4-H Club Work James Wainwright bought a .-
medications for which household fats are required include every living person In my quar- Farm In Melrose from J. O. Dann. I

.tannic acid used in treatment of burns, some in- ters that I'd furnished. the last Over 100 farm boys in Bradford Part of the property Is In Orange '

sulins for shock victims, tinctures of opium and gen"n piece of cypress l lumber for coffins County are enrolled In the grove and has a brick bungalow.Mr. CONWAY'S

_ _ to ease pain, sulfa-diazine ointment for treating that I was going to, and that 4-H Food for Victory Club this Wainwright plans to rent It.

abrasions and fungus growths, and nitro-glycerine tab- the next person who died would year under supervision of Coimty
lets heart stimulant. >e..burled In a Squires Belly Meat Agent L. T. Dyer, and they are
as a "
Box. It worked like a charm carrying over 200 projects in the FLOOR Service Station

Not a single darky died from flu production of gardens, corn, pigs, SURFACINGAND -
And it that pain-easing drugs been
j ill seems and calves.
on my turpentine place after that. poultry FINISIIING
,. pretty much in demand on Iwo Jima during the past During the short end of this The 4-H Club sponsored by the .
,I ;
few weeks. According to a correspondent for Time last February I got so lazy I Agricultural Extension Service, is LOCAL REFERENCES .

,t" magazine- : thought I was infer a siege' of the largest organization of. rural PHONE 147 RING 2 FOR. SERVICE

"The 4th Marine Division hospital was built low flu and began to Inquire around boys and- girls- in America with FLOORS CLEANED ,. ,. ,.
into the bulldozed hillside to afford maximum protection for the best remedy' to atop it nearly two million members. AND

"i from Jap Mortar and artillery fire. It consistedof before It start ed. My dry friends These Club boys and girls are WAXEDil'ashing. Polishing

- of two long dark green tents plus two operating rooms recommended castor oil and tue.pentine given Instruction and assistance, C. A. POWELL 9 Oil Changing'Greasing
about 10 by 20 ft., 'which the Japs had built as con- while the wets swore better methods of farming and Telephone ,
crete rain-water cisterns. The air inside was stuffy by lemon juice and moonshine, home making which help'' to develop 1143-J or Write O WaxingItt.

but forgot to say what I won better citizens. 2, Box 88, Gainesville
with stale cigaret smoke mingled with the smells of Electric Arc
9 Welding
to do with the lemon' Juice. 4-H Clubs have been organized .
dirt and blood and sweat. . .
During the early 90's the A_ Tire Re r.,.airs
back the tent. One ..
,'li "I walked to recovery man French LA Grippe visited America
"' wore a plaster cast which covered him from toes toy and'our parents got the idea thata '. OnellourBatterll Charge Service

,* chest. his right arm had been amputated about six wad of gum asafetida carriedn DAIRIES INC. Auto Lit Batteries s"
inches below the shoulder. . the doctors'said there ) a null Durham sack aroundour ,

has been a lot of amputation cases in the past few necks would keep off these .
days-several where two limbs had been ,lost, two germs, as well as those carryIng OF TIE SOUTH

', cases where three limbs had been cut off. . mumps, measles, chicken pox

;t "One new case came in-a man had stepped on and sore throat. For Home Deliveries AMOCO GAS-OIL-GREASE
a land mine. Although he had been given a full grain Rail Road Thede says that a ,
r, little boy came' to the drug On Mondays Wednesdays and Fridays
or morphine, he was in extreme agony and he pleaded fo'r _
store nickel'sworth
with the doctors: 'Please, can't you put me'to sleep. one of asafetida day and a told the Phone Starke 82 and Leave Orders

My God, my feet feel numb.' It was no wonder. One clerk to charge It to George ,
t l :+r of his feet ,had, been blown off just above the ankle, Ooogenhelmer.' The clerk that RIDE -

leaving a piece of charred bone protuding from beneath It over a minute and said, GRADE A PASTEURIZED-

; a hastily applied bandage. In addition, his other leg "Take It and welcome, son; but VITAMIN D HOMOGENIZED Florida Motor Lines Busses

Ip; was mangled, probably beyond saving, and his arms ,
and hands had been badly torn and burned black. Ina Notice la NOTICE hereby given to all CIIOCOLATE MILK For Safety

few minutes he stopped groaning," and when the doc- whom It may concern that I have .
lied mv Final Return and will on CHURN BUTTERMILK Comfort & Economy
tor sought to turn his arm gently, the wounded man the 3rd day of 1945 applyto

said: 'Go ahead and turn her over, Doc. I'm all right County the County Florida Judge for of Final Bradford Dli- COFFEE. CREAM
now.. charge an Administrator of the
Estate! of P. M. Crew, deceased.
w.. O. CREWS. \
7ca: If you knew that you could help alleviate such a-I 4t 3-23 Administrator,

-r suffering by the simple process of salvaging your IN CIRCUIT ('0 It liT miAi>Fonn
waste kitchen fats, wouldn't you be willing to make (CKHV.Philip'Ol'N'' .''" KLOHIUAl CIIAN- -

the slight effort necessary? Well, that is exactly Teresa Mario Olnalvo Flmlanl..Flmlanl Plaintiff Defendant, v*. T'es le bienvenu, vieux frere... Have a Coke

what you CAN do. You have your Government'sword Cue No. 8825
that every'tablespoon of waste fat is needed, ORDER OF PUBLICATION GREETINGS, OLD MAN)
either in war production or in medication. STATE OF FLORIDA to: :.frs.

fY There was a time when the fat collection programin Teresa Idence and DISalvo pout Flmlanl offt e, whose address ren-Is ;

Bradford County was poorly organized but that deficiency -' :141 Creston Avenue, Bronx New "

has been remedied now. In order to clarify York. .
You am required to appear on 4
the situation the Telegraph contacted five i leading April 3. 1945. In the above named I f
here this week and all Court and cause, wherein plaintiff
r, grocers were unanimous in stating seeks divorce. Bradford County
I ? that they cooperate in the fat salvage program, Telegraph. shall publish this OrderIn ...
> a .
next four weekly laiuea.Wltnemi
,, ', paying the housewife four cents a pound and giving my hand and official ... )'-
} ? two red ration tokens in exchange for each pound of seal at 26.Starke 19411.O..FIf"IAL l
t' j; Ir used fats turned in. ( HKAI.' ) A J. Thomas

The only thing the housewife is asked to do is to A* Clerk Ilardsnty of said, Court.Walter Daytona. Bench ; :

:? strain the fat and turn it in in a covered container so Fla." Atty. for Plf. 3-1 4t 331NOW'S ean 4
t that it will be easier and cleaner to handle.
t' S e srr i .

kb t Let's look at it this way: 90S weary, wounded

fighting men each day are depending on the 2,421

+ families in Bradford County to salvage one table- *2//

spoon of waste fat. It isn't much to ask, is it? Do

; you think you can turn them down? OAS? GUM

4 _'.n_ ose.

Prompt Service Careful Drivers O ANEf rM6Ct .( ..




w&1 MACK'S TAXI SERVICE .To Suits Get Out and Those Dresses Lighter and-

.- Bring Them to The .
; 'i"z' Phone 150 Cleaner. Plenty of Warm . a way to show friendship to a French sailorA i

? Day.: 9 Night Days Now When Your

_-- Winter' Clothes Will Feel visiting French sailor may not know English but he is quick to know
: ;_ Too lleavy.
friendliness when he sees it. And he always sees it the minute someone says
i ,. Have Co".. I/'s invitation. that speaks all languages. There's the good
NEW old home-town American spirit behind ie. . the same as when you serve r r .

.,." TLEASE PHONE 117 METHOD Coke at home. Coca-Cola stands for tit faust that rtjrtibei,,-has become a '

ra, bond of sympathy between kindly-minded folks.

UNION BUS STATION You naturally bear Coc -CoU
''t; OTUID UNOII AJITHOIITY Of THC COCA.CO1A COMPANY IV \called by iu friendly abbreviation

LACY CONWAY, Agent GREEN; Owner "Cob-.Both mean the quality P"*
SIS Temple Avenue STARKE COCA-COLA BOTTLING CO net of lite Coca-Cola Company-

Temple ATC. Starke, Florida I

.o i,4! its cc'v : <

-q .
11 G 4i* S'kk a. y v' ha .,

iI; DtA 'au ILAI'H, S'rA iv. N'1NR1UA PAOK

. . . TIIKKR )
., . .
I t1FH. S. JOURNAL In our community as Sgt. Thompson Chance of Daytona Beach spent sister, Mrs. O. P. Wad worth and Mr. and Mrs. Paul Ethridge of I ry
Hampton formerly did decoratIve workin several days recently with the brother, M. M. Matchett. Jacksonville )j

- Madison Square Garden, New latter's uncle U R. Kalch. They Mrs. T. C. Chastain and Mr. Mr. and Mrs Marshall Matchett
fly Mrs. M. C. Sweeney York City, besides being a hero will leave soon for the Adlron- Leland Bedenbaugh spent Thursday had as Sunday dinner guests, the I ; ,
Jltor-O'l' KU GJ't'IfIft SENIOR BIOGRAPHIES . . . e e e . of the present ,war a wearer of dacs. N. Y in Jacksonville Rev, Fred Dodd and little son f I'i J

rt8-DobbY Turner HELEN M LOTT the Purple Heart. Mrs. J W. Horne and daughter Misses Barbara and Betty' Horne Johnnie of Mldlakes. I '

e D r lor Blojtraphle- Lora Helen was born March 22, MRS Mrs. ANNICE T. IIARPKR: School Fair Day will be observed Barbara were shopping in left Sunday for a brief visit with Mrs J J. Pickren and Mrs. j i !
coney) Annlce
crews and Franca+ 1928, In Perrlne.. Fla. She Turner Harper died Friday March 23, with Jacksonville recently relatives In Reevesvllle, S. C. Secber< Goodman,:were shoppingin t
'It'ty N-Gamlta Hutto to have had a very roaming seems mind in Thursday Leakesvllle, Mar, 16, at her home. outdoor sports contests races Mrs. Jettle Dees spent several Recent guests of Mr, and Mrs. Gainesville Monday. j.''I;1:

and Barbara Keen during her life, for she has lived Is her Mlss. Surviving and indoor exhibitions of studentart days last week with relatives In O. P. Wadsworth, Sr were Mr. Gordon Seeley of Cltra spent I !
_Dorothy husband.
ash Mare In Sparks, Fla.. for four Mr. and Mrs. and scholastic work All par Tampa. and Mrs. Sam Anderson. of Starke, Sunday with his mot her, Mrs. i 1 t
Cro+'bsY and EtlWaI'd Adel, Ga., for ten years and years then Hampton Harper had been residents of ents are tavited and urged to Miss Edna Dudley has returnedto Mr. and Mrs Glen Searing and Llnnle Seeley. ,i
Kelley 30 years, coming her school duties here f
NewUlene after
come out and look -
to --
< came ole over their
1&1 Starke. here ..
"BrFeature--Marlon John.Hazel first when Mr. Harper being called -
was children's accomplishments dur-: home to Newberry
and Betty Green Helen is well known for her engaged in the turpentine busl ing the past term, last Thursday because of the serious '
pleasing: smile and friendly per- ness. Illness of her brother. COMPLETE CAR SERVICE : (
sonality. She likes swimming, Later Sunday evening at the school Mrs J. H. Gay. of Plant City III,
EDITORIAL of auditorium promptly
I horseback riding managers at 8:15.: the : )
the Red Cross Drive is In full dancing, and dislikes bowling and the Hampton Hotel and the City baccalaureate services will be spending this week with her ,
C all over the country and people. Drug Store besides owning the held with the Rev, W A. Scott,
If lord Couirty Is sun a longfrom most attractive estate and pecan pastor of the Baptist Church in c fql .
the goal set for It.t Helen has the ability that means grove around here. In later years charge.. Appropriate music will
can help In some way success In the future. In Sep- Mr. Harper owned and operated be rendered by both the Junior STROUT sTAriot U r
of us
mach thIs x-oaJ. W. bvw tember, she Intends to enter the the small grocery and filling station and Senior] classes.) A most cordial -'Iff," Or..M -.t ...."'I..r of co.atry > : !

alp great things the Red Cross her Nurses Cadet Corps and obtain on the northeast curve, recently welcome Is extended to aUto I nooo ..1.! ..propmr.of Homo.... Lade-K.rtn over._ lu' J n., ? .
for our boys on the bat- training In: the Georgia Bap- selling out to Herschel attend. Aeerot.. Harm from all. over tfc.
tist Hospital in Atlanta, Ga. Parker. I World. Free. open 11.<<... "
Lid in prison ,camps every I
and of money; After her graduation from there Mrs. Harper had been In ill) Mrs. O. D. 'Gay entertained E. A. STROUT REALTY AGENCY
ire, and need to carry on their she plans to offer her services to health for several years and hergreatest members of. the local Baptist Represented {

h. they The little we can the Army Nurses Corps for over desire was to return to Missionary Society at ,her home I :
,?t Is great help a lot to carryon seas duty. We all know that you her old home in Mississippi. On Thursday' March 15. An Inter- I Locally byF. .
can Come ono everybody, will make a great success and be March 5th, Mr. and )Mrs.\, Harper esting devotional service was held lilt IIOLI.1NGSWORTII.
S Walnut
work HI.
down deeper and give a very valuable asset to your bade old friends goodbye and left followed by an Informal social \Washing Polishing Waxing
dig the money we are keep- country, Helen. Accept our sin- I by car for Leakesville, where hour. At the conclusion of the
e of to an cere congratulations and the best their relatives reside. meeting, Mrs. Gay served a

Lcy I that our own will pleasure bring slime of luck in all you undertake. I The many friends and acquaintances tempting her, salad and punch courseto Beware Coughsfrom CERTIFIED LUBRICATION , ':
of the
[sure have of and pleasure are giving to our all boys they AMANDA OPHELIA MOTT heartfelt sympathy Harpers to the extend husband Eugene Chason, RdM3-c, USCG. common colds Polishing & Waxing y Appointment ; .: ,

Mandy, as she is called by her in his bereavement. spent Thursday visiting his sister, 'j'' :
for us. many friends, was born at Hell- Mrs. Hazel Perry and his father, That Hang On Only "
bronn SENIOR CLASS PLAY Ira Chason. Gene likes the .
Springs service -
llETY on September 19,
NOTES 1026. She Is about 5 feet 3 In- The Senior class play, "Good. very much, but is enjoying Crcomulslon it goes right relieves to the promptly seat of because the- .1
Ih! Our lovable Seniors' finally ches tall, has black hair and blue night Uncle George," was a decided his well-earned vacation. trouble to help loosen and expel Standard Oil Products 111 J
lived their long awaited Invt- eyes. She started school at Hell- success and the class Is to Mrs. Wilson May and sons germ laden phlegm, and aid nature
be commended for its versatile to soothe and heal raw, tender, In.
Tons for the Junior-Senior Ban- bronn Springs and went there for Billy and Spencer, spent Sunday flamed bronchial "" ,
talent mucous mem FULL SUPPLY OF CAN OIL
and \
J, Gee! they can hardly\ wait six months. She them moved to ability rendered last In Green Cove Springs with her branes Tell your druggist to sell you t ,
March 23rd to roll around. Rising where she lived for two Friday evening. We desire to mother, Mrs. Minnie Johns Mrs. a bottle of Creomulsion! with the understanding n. .
"ozette a-What's this I hear years before moving to Brooker. publicly thank Sgt. Don Thompson May and her niece, Jeannine you must like the way It GARDEN'S SERVICE STATION ''
for his quickly allays the cough or you are '
It a certain G.I.,named StanJlTiat There she completed the ninth spectacular and attractive Cooke, were honored with a Joint to have your money back.CREOMULSION. I',
V grade arid then started to school decorating of the school birthday dinner and celebration VAN II. CAKDKN, Mgr STAUKE, FLA.
happened to Robert B; here stage and other scenery. We are at this time. I Cor. Temple Ave. & Call)) St. "
[ Barbara H's usual date Sun- Mandyvs likes .are parties, swim- I'ortunate to have such. an artist Mr. and Mrs.. Ken net h La- for Coughs.Chest Colds,Bronchitis I ,

night? Does anybody know ming, horse-back riding, and home i.
Le! What happened to Garnlta made'1ce.cream. she doesn't have !
aturday night 7 Missed her at any dislikes. Fewer "Hands" Make. I
[ USO. By the way, wonder Her plans for the future are
Frances C.: was writing let- Indefinite. as yet, but whatevershe dN
decides to do, we rest assur- = I
the otherIn ed that she will be a success. rr ; .
law Seemed like'old Heavier Work( ,

back. Was only HONOR ROLL
s i having her "
tltutlng. 12th Grade:

Jnderstand Oleeta G. was'visit- Robert Barksdale, Dorothy Barnes - .,..t. / / /

way up in Highland recently. Frances Colley, Audrey ..:.-:--- .
| you get lost, Oleeta? Crews, Lora Crews, Dorothy Crosby - -..:....:...: --
Lllmpaed Lyle A. bound, /or :Marie Edwards. Oleeta Green, a'
Fball practice with shoes and Stella Mae Hayes Barbara Horne, r-r lw h

el 'tother day. 3arnlta Hutto, Marian Johns, r P #y ,, w*M4 .
ant help noticing all thesety Barbara Keen. Eustace Lee Kelly, 'y4, .,
., %
1' ?
girls and their new per- Louise Parrish, Pansy Reddish i.t',7. .
ents--Ida J., Au d r e y C., Clarice Rosier, Cozette Sapp -
[ty Hazel G., Blanche B., andy Philip Shuford, Mary Ella Ward, SPRING brings a new lamb crop to the western t. .,,
H. Makes me want to go Mary Ellen,Wasdin, Virginia Rho- and a new crop of wartime problems. 3. t
the Beauty Parlor. den. For instance, experienced lambing crews are increas- :

|hissed Virginia R. Thursday 11th Grade: ingly hard to find. But in spite of fewer hands'and --. e .! -

Friday. Beatrice Barnes, Gloria Cooper, other difficulties, millions of lambs are being dropped BUY " -r LT '" + a
liad to see one of our'former Lila 'Rae Caldwell Hazel Fields, and raised to provide the nation's wool and meat. WAR BONDS -::- +. ''e" .
lents back for a visit. It I, ouella Davis Esther Griffis, Beyond the "romance" of sheep ra':"hing lies a ---, -
e: other than Wyena Fair clot[. Jartell)) Edmondson, Bettle Hayes, great deal of hard work When early lambs arrhgaui _.,, tl

|ks tops, too. (' Joyce Hasklns, Betty J.' HIatt, wintry weather, there's no time to be lost in moving ", _________
(o long see you in the next. Jerome Johns, Roy Howard them from the "drop corrals" to the lambing shed. protect? their bands from coyotes and other predatory I--------------- I I
Your. roaming reporters. Merry Beth Knight, Dorothy Chilled lambs often must be revived in heated incu animals. I '5 FOR YOUR GOOD IDEAS! I
dott, Margaret Monteith, Myrtle I
Thomas Charles Thornton, Evelyn bators. It's not unusual for a good "night* man" to Yanks are the best-fed, best-clothed fighting force I Ideas, special tools or gadgets which have' helped I y1

Newsome, Mary Lee Overstreet, 'lamb out" 125 ewes in a night-and that i, work. in the world. They know the comfort of warm wool I you I in your farm or ranch work can help others. .t,

Carolyn ROSA, Set etta Sparks, There's the feeding and, later on, trimming, docking, uniforms. And nutritious lamb has helped prevent I We will pay you $5 for each one you send us which I 4 i
Robert Turner, Margaret Wain- bunch herding,shearing,and finally the trailing of the meat shortages at home. Sheep ranchers, like other we publish on this)>111(11. Address Agricultural Good I
wright. bands to the summer ranges in the high mountain livestock producers of the nation, deserve the thanks' I Idea Editor, Swift & Company\? Chicago 9, Illinois. I
10th Grade: country. And always herders must be on the alert'to of a grateful America. I ,We connot return unused items-sorry.: f

Lowell L------- ----
Douglas, Bobby Dyal,
Jackie Has kin, Betty Horne, What do know!
you ,
Madeline' .
Kennedy, Samuel Ren- ,
fro, Elizabeth Sapp, Harvene Wat- allaha tP- n' /1Jtf'JUJ4a 1. Which is the "best-fed, best-clothed" fighting
Sp. erson,. Joan King, Jane Went- r" r' HOW THE DOLLAR force in the world?
worth. BARBECUED SPARERIBS 2. What share of the average Swift sales dollar did
producers get in '44?
9th Grade: I IS DIVIDED

June Bell, .Dar I e n e Alvarez, (Ylcldi. ..bout ,6 ._1....) 3. How are chilled lambs revived on a modern sheep
Hilda Brown, Ona Demorest, Audrey There an old proverb,"One.pte- ranch?
Prevail- e a nette Priest, 3 lb. iparcribi V4 cup homemade catsup ture is worth a thousand word Answers! to" these questions may ba found in articles on ,

Rudolph Sapp, Billy Smith, Don- 1 onion 1 tsp. dry mustard So I decided to draw this month's this page.
ald Tracy, Lillle Mae Trlest. 54 cup vinegar Vl cup water column instead of writing it. The picture is below, -- j
8th Grade: 1 cup tomato JuIce r 1 tbt. paprika and it tells this story. . 75 cents (on the average) : .!
Janet Anderson Madge Brown- 2 tbt. brown sugar V4 tsp chill powder out of every Swift sales dollar goes to agricultural '

E FIT lee, June Caldwell, Joyce Cater-. 1 tsp. toll !Yi tsp. cayenne p.pp.r producers for their cattle, lambs, hogs, etc. And lie I
Wood. Minnie Lou Hazen. Danl!!s '" out of every dollar goes to the people who work in .,. '
Jordan, Marvella Matheney, Idell Cut spareribs in pieces. Brown lightly about Swift plants, preparing those! farm and ranch products
Landrum, Vlv 1 a n :McRae. Doris 10 minutes. Dice onion and combine with all for market. Transporting meat, etc., an aver sI" I
ire Insurance to your Moncrief, Virginia Milligan, Peg other ingredients and simmer 15 minutes. age of 1,100 miles from producer to consumer takes
ersonal gie Arm Wiggins, Stuart Van- :Pour over browned spareribs. Cover. Sim another 2c. But, after all, the picture tells the story f i. _
better than words of"mine. Few businesues
divere. mer or bake in a moderate oven ((350 F.) 'I 4t
on such a narrow margin--few return such a large
7th Grade Remove Baste ribs. Cook
: IH cover.
slice of their sales dollar to the suppliers of raw
Charley E. .
Catherine Gainey, Louise Carter about 15 minutes uncovered. materials.
Peggy Dale,'Jo Ann Dinkins, F:M" sim son.
Agency Marian McRae Merrlt h
Agricultural Rttnrth Dtp, :rWHAT'S
ne 13 STARKE, FLA. Joyce Newsome, Donald Powell, t

0;. :: WHAT IF? u livestock A Row ;
.........or Kitty Judd got a feather bob? TOT H E Mal.rlal ..,.7S.1t M Lra.n Jroo pAoI
..ntlna THE TRAVELERS Hartford Cozette, Bobble, and Snooky QQ lmpl y t.....11.O* Utah Sergeant Wins.Silver Star S
were on time twice In a row? Supplies...... 4.5* I
Tax i.. 3.5. Sgt. W. L Stander rancher from Point Utoh t
._ ,...... .....-..-.-.....:.......'...- MEAT SUPPLY """ Promontory ;
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WE CAN USE MORE PULPWOOD WrE are faced with a serious shortage of moat y ,.Remaining on the ill-fated USS Chicago by a strafing Jap plane.
I Vv for the civilian population. The current Eosins.,. hot But he won the Silver Star for sticking to his gun without i
WRITE, TIMBER DEPARTMENT meat situation not peculiar to any local area. I
CONTAINER 'CORPORATION OF AMERICA The problem is national in scope. thought of personal safety I

FERNANDINA, FLA. LARGE DECREASE COMPARED WITH LAST YEAR, another important! factor that does not show up in themfigures.
The civilian population has more money now than
. __ ... _ aD ,. .. _. r ,_.H -4BUILDIN'G Government figures Ind.lcatel! decrease of 38% of civilian meat in 1939 and fewer good on which to spend it. Alxo, more
8Ilp/lie818 expected during! this quarter (January to March, inclusive people are working longer bourn and need more food . I
), as compared with a year ago. The decrease will vary particularly meat. The demand for meat has, therefore, increased A POST WAERCt7ECT 1
on the different types of meats. tremendously. The Government in a recent eta lenient ,
MATERIALS It is also estimated that during the second quarter of this said that the average American, at present incomeyear
(April to June, inclusive) a decrease of 35% u expected. levels, would consume 170 pounds of meat this year, if it J
UN GOVERNMENT REQUIREMENTS were available. In contract, the! Government estimates ,
RAT ION ED AVAILABLE NOJV II that there will\) be avaflnble during. 1945 only about 127 t
Few people how much beef', pork,lamliandfederal veal I t beset pounds per capita.NONFEDERALLY.. '
e ROOFING BLOCKS aside by meant packers operating under inspectionmust to ,
I* SHEETROCK CEMENT CONCRETE be purchased by the Government for the Armed Forces and for INSPECTED SUPPLIES .
lIeUBlde !
Lead.Lease.AsofF'ebruary20,1945wearerequired :
INSULATION The Government takes only federally-inspected meats.-
ROCKWOOL. STONE Iiri 60% of choice, good, and! commercial steers and heifers, Therefore,the shortage of meat available for civilian is not .
WINDOWS except extremely light weights. an acute in the case of local packers who do not operate under
e DOORS GRAVEL 70% of all utility steers, heifers and cows. federal inspection. Non-federally Inspected processing I
SAND 80% of all cutters and canners. plant have been able to supply a larger percentage of the "
SCREEN DOORS CELOSIDING PORlCi 50%, approximately, dressed weight. product thfj produce during normal times as compared ": "+ {+

LARD 75%, approximately, of production in accordance with with federally inspected plants. 'I
Glass Cut to Order Lucas Paints recent order. --,, "
The Government 18 also taking a large proportion of Swift & Swift, & Company aCompany's .
and veal production
lAMli 40 to 50%of choice and good lambs e , 1
VIAti 50%, approximately!) of choice, good and commercial veal j i !

ANNIS BUILDING SUPPLIES Whether::these within percentages specifications will continue at the same level NUTRITION I I IS OUR BUSINESS I AND YOURS ok j. f ,
cannot be foretold.Th above percentages '
epot & Fla. throughout the year 20 1945.Consumermisundentandiagsnddi..atieacttonalsoariae.from Right Eating Add LIU la Your Y._., and Ytan to Your Lift \. "
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SOCIETY and CLUBS Ladies AuxiliaryThe

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r kt F Presbyterian Church will meet
Tuesday. March 27, at 8 p m.
{ Methodist Circles
Program MeetingOf
:; with Mrs. Jeanette C. Young.

Met'' At Church Baptist WMUThe Mrs. M. C. Mayhugh is in charge
of the program.
Under the 'dIrection of Mrs. L. monthly program and business KmphaMx will be on the Church forts of the church ladies-especK sBradford

A. Davis, an interesting program meeting of the W.M.U. of next week, as we enter another ally those expert paint brush Unit, moving in
I was presented at the monthly the Starke Baptist Church was Holy Week with I all Starke wielders, Mesdames St. John, Kendrick to set up housekeeping with Sue

meeting of the Woman's Societyof held Tuesday in the church an- churches offering a fine series of Mayhugh and Ward . Bateman and Margaret Ann Sun. Mon. Tues.
Christian Service on Monday . in the Carpenter bungalow March 25 26
nex.A services . More'significant perhaps Good going, girls Glimpsed Young 2dtt
t afternoon at the Methodist program oil. "Pence, Within than any since,that first Lt Col. T. T. Long In town fora . "

church and Without" was presented by Holy Week will be the"one startIng few hours tother day, on his -
't Mrs. Davis' subject was workof to Fort Meade, Md., and
t Circle Four with Mrs. ,Charles Sunday and we should all way Quite a gay eat herlng in
the native Christians in the let our particular church be the thence across . Says it looked Nollwood Thursday of last week
r, Islands, of, the Pacific: ; and she Torres aa program chairman exclusive center of our activities for a while Mice the war would when Audrey Stump' surprise
talked 'Ion' the workin Burma, Brief and Inspiring I .talks'' were . Easter comes: a biyearly this get over before he had a chance partied Miles on hla 25th birthday

i Mrs. Titus Olson on work la the given by Mra Torres, Mrs. Lewis year and, as might be expected It far a close-ttp: view . But ap- . A "kid" theme was carriedout

Philippines, and Mrs. E K Ferryman Haines and Mrs. Carl,Knight. is already turning; cool in the parently' .that is being taken care with the :girls wearing, pinafores
rf the work In Malaya. of -. .
on now
traditional manner-just enough the .V
Mrs. Haloes Introduced, as and men appearing }}tier.'. new b tlw L
ft! p.p
,i"'A4S Mrs. W E Middleton presided guast'-' speaker; Mrs.',A. J Terry, to make you uncomfortable with- """""* I strictly non-regulaUon" with owh.u
,,,t over the business session and Mrs. a Southern Baptist Missionary out a musty old coat to' hide Rode by Betty Turner's backyard i trouser legs rolled up; ''etc '> pile ei pine Fide.. .,

Olson read an excellent financial who Ifl at present home on fur your..> Easter finery -. i i Blanding Saturday night Just in timeto Among'thosb' glimpsed cavortingover cur wnafd fwd
report.. Among other business lough''from her, post In Brazil O.: I.'s who rushed Into their cottons see a little boy throw a biscuit the greensward were Madge cut vp with th.tuti son
*+ matters discussed was work at where the! and her husband Dr. those first few warm days at Robert Green and hit Mlddleton Vivian and Al Dumlar, s cKrry butlmu !
iyJ the Red Cross rooms. Mrs. W. Terry, have served for 33 years. are now shivering la their shoes Gladys Rowe . My my . Bud and Eleanor Stout, Ted and l..F'y
B. Sewell, chairman of Circle' Mrs. Terry led the devotional' and wishing for their woolens Such going 0 n . Scads of Grace Lock and Jim and Ruby }
One. announced that Mrs. O. S'I'Newcomb these cool early I mornings people there and noted the Higginbotham . Some fun I'll
s' would work there and gave many interesting and But the Army, unlike us fickle George Reddishes (Mr.&Mrs.) rep- ''say. . Glad to see Joe Wilson C
; week; Mrs. A, F. Saute chairmanof amusing incidents from her ex damsels doesn't change It's mind resenting Lawtey . Hear Char- back on Call Street, even if Just I a Yr'7
Circle Two, stated that she and perlences. She Is one of the Missionaries . Once you're in cotton you'reIn lie Darby had aa accident: -while for a coupla hours a day . .
Mrs. A. W. Anderson would also who is to speak at the It till next fan! 'fishing that he claims wouldn't Don't know of anyone who'smissed
t work there this week. School of Missions being taughtat happen again in a lifetime . ,
2', i Mrs. W. Jn Churchwell was the the Baptist Church this week. more when he's not a- 1
Got quite a kick out of hearing Incidentally, he has a bandaged
leader In devotional mong those present . .
an Impressive business .
The And while
meeting was presided I Sammy Kaye broa d cas t from thumb as a result
.. service using as her theme "Hast over by Mrs. Alma Hough, Blanding last Saturday night; and we're on the subject there was a i
thou not known?" president, and stimulating reportsof quite a laugh out of the good- thrilled young lady in our midst Envy Hem: Alice Anderson received I dl k ;a r

counselors and committee natured GI. booing that greeted tother day when EVy GibbTe as a birthday gift from
$ Wayne Alexander chairmen were given.It his opening/ line, "Well here we (Army wife) landed a bona fide Sam a more-precious-than-dla-
was voted to change the are broadcasting from Camp 10 Ib. black bass . She and monds rod and reel i. After :-
a Celebrates Birthday time of the program and circle Blanding-the garden spot of her Lt. husband? Alfred stay at making discreet inquiries, I learned -

C Mrs. Hal E. Alexander enter- meetings from 3:00: to 3:30: p. m. Florida!" . 'Twas supposed to the Vlnlngs,t . They are both that he made most of the out- j ;

tained at her home Tuesday, beginning April 1. ,The meeting be sarcasm of course, but really ardent fishermen but! before coming fit himself and hadn't located a 'Iot )
March 13, honoring, her son, closed with prayer by Mrs. R. A. now, If Sammy had driven along to Flag. their trophies had black market as I hoped . ;
//r a Thomas Mission Study Chairmanof the lake front around the hospital Hear Cpl. Sam Simpson is the
Wayne on his 3rd birthday anni
i About 25 guests the society. area he might have spoken been limited to the comparatively latest, to'Join the boys with a
young that line with a straight face small mountain trout . Its a New York APO n u m b er . S Y:s M
were invited and entertained
z were s Ar'rl
on the lawn. on a table.surrounded' by.fern and . Some marvels of landscapinghave good thing Evy had her camera Bette Green attractive guest of l
spring flowers. "' been wrought In the white along and took a snapshot so now Charlie Lou Vining, returns to b Jf'
The children
received basketsof
Mrs. Alexander, was assisted' ,in sand slopes around KIngsley and the folks back home will HAVE! her home In Dublin, Ga. Monday
candy as favors for the afternoon serving and entertaining the,child the spot is truly beautiful now to believe after a pleasant visit here and a
and refreshments consisted that everything is In blossom herw round of intimate little parties
of Ice cream and cake.. The birthday ren by Mrs. Freeman Register, . Hear Jean Davis I Lucille and luncheons that attest her''pop-
4r cake was beautifully decorated Jr., Mrs. F. G. Hemingway Jr;... Mitchell Dorothy Swanbom and Spotted an' Jotted': That color- ularity . Hear Albert (Marine .....u
In green: and white with three Mrs. J. R. Wainwright and" blrs. Lorraine Hartman were among Full row of larkspur Eva Stump Corps) Kruse is expected home HALEa".DY LAKE

green candles, and was centered Richard Kldd. those braving the mob, has carefully nurtured in the soon from the South Pacific .', .I DICK
s i* trying to strlo of soil alone the side of -- .. .. xMfe t1n0p! CIiTTnu .11: .1 .nTT 3
unrisune jonnson, a at bblkj V I ITt
I get near enough to the Field her store .- , Alton Dobbs back fixture .t-r..o..lIO".n '. ""
x Quality Clothing and Shoes at. Popular House to hear the old master of from bivouac with a corporal's Hoover's Studio for lo these many i; .N i;. HOLLYWOODith\! his BEAUTIES I
years, will leave soon to In J
Swing and Sway . They report stripes . .. It's a T-S, ape clal go l-atHlit( H .. Iu lOOIWKI
Prices. business for) herself 1 In G'vllle
the place' flitting around In the
The Largest Shoe Store In Town and they they would stayed have home done and better tuned had In clouds, having her, photo struck

In Bradford County..JL on the radio . for the Bolles Academy annual Well, guesN that about winds Also
t . Seems she la to be one of up the little black book for this
We Do Not -4- the; sponsors for the annual ball time . '. So long . See you Latest "This Is America"; & War Newi
?, Military Clothing Elsie Sternberg wants me to at that I Ins t Itutlon . 'Bess in the next . .

Or Jewelry Entire Store Devoted say goodbye to everyone for her Burns, as puzzled as the rest of Carolyn.
; and B. J. . Seems
'4 they got us, asking an amused grocery
.zh to Needs of Civilians. tickets earlier than she expected' clerk "Are there any points on

and departed for New York Wed Irish potatoes?" . Mignon Sis-
nesday without having time for son up from Coral Gables for
I farewells . Hear the Presbyterian dotter Bambi's birthday party
STOKE) manse Is fixed up so nice and having that enviable well- atCarpenter's

it's a veritable dream house these sun n e d looK . Amy Cauley
West of .Courthouse -:- Starke Florida days thanks to the, tireless ef. sprightly new nurse at the Clay-

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rBITS of LOCAL NEWS I Misses Mae Parker and Mary Birthday ("I""I"T cornT. BI ,I KOHIIrol'VTY. ..Into. of tv. W Moore, d..ce...ed. Margaret L Tobey the tifidcrnlirn.Ied --.
Mercereaux and J. C. Parker were PLOItlUtt 11 GIANl'HItY. This 171)1) day of Marsh, 1945. will Rell. at puhile auction at the
For Bambi ;: FixmKxcK: J.IOOIH4J.! .. "" at In flradford.
shopping in Jacks o n v 111 e last .. Lee Wvbb. Jr.. Plaintiff "'.. AdmlnlKtratrlx of the rotate of D. County, altark"l nllt the legal
Thursday. ; irnlm Ann Hathaway Webb, De W Moore deaeaud 3.JIJ4t 4.11. hours of kale! on the 7th day, of I
A. HenrY ot Lake City Mrs. Paul Byrd and little Mrs. Paul Canova, Jr.. Mrs. H. Mrs. R. A .. Caw. No S003. NOT.n4 I I' Mav, 19IS, to the highest ah i !
array He forriy OnnEn OF prnncATioN OF Hll.tJ I Milder, the lands. In n r a dford
visiting here Friday. daughter Donna Lee returned A. Bishop and Mrs Wm. Powell at her home on I ANI NOTICM] TO AF'PKAH Hereby nolle ,In given that un County. Florida dewrlhed, an tie-
worked here and reported Tuesday to their home ln< Lakeland were in Gainesville Fr I flay of last 8TATR: OH! FtX>Rir>A tot: Her- der the authority of the fliml ilecre Ins' The South Weal Quarter of
after day on '* Ann Hathaway ''Webb who.* enterml In the Chancery Courtof the North Went Quarter of Hertlon,
service. to.Camp'. Biding, spending a few days business daughter Bambi nUl<*m*. In % Tuscan Modlcal Cen Bradford runty Florida, on the Twenty-Three, P n w n chip Seven,
,wIth.. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Man. The Rev. L. D. Haines' left this her second Turn-on, Arlauna. 16th day of Manh. A. n U4II. '' South Kn n ir e Twenty-One Kant, I
You are to In the cult of U J. Wynn, and 40( I......
/.ml Marshall>G assa. required appear on containing: arrea more' or
B Mrs.. John' week for a two weeks' revival neighborhood; 23, 1944, In the above named I..oulaVvnn.: his wife. aKalu|I I T. FHANK IANimtM.!
'e Mr')returned? to their h6me In Mrs. Milton St. Peter and In- meeting in Washington D. C. elebrate It and cause, wherein plaintiff Arthur W. Toney and hi. wife I''Special' Manter. S-2.1 4t 4,13fJ

uokville. Ohio after spending fant son, Robert Milton, returned The guest speakers at the Bap- folk enjoyed .k.l..icraph divorce.shall. Bradford puhllnh thin County urclvv ' l
here. Wednesday to their home here tist Church this week have been and then were I next four weekly Issuer
winter' B. White of Ab- from Riverside Hospital In Jack- I overnight guests of Mrs L. D. eat Ice cream I I AVItnen at Starke my, Florida hand and this official March

fr' James spent the past week sonville.J. I Haines. They were Miss Doris cake was 1945. I
L ton Va., I and white and 8I':ALi A. J Thomaa i 1'
M. F. Knight of China, Mrs.
with Mr. and Mrs. F. Colley Is spending a few H. P. McCormick Clerk of eald Court. ikA'4
e Lt White trained withwtb. days at his home here and will of Nigeria and Mrs. A. two pink Frank Landrum, Starke., Florida ;
II, i J. ed In for Tlf 3-23 4t 4-11 .
DlTlslon at Camp.131anIt return soon to Tampa where Mrs. Terry of Brazil. A
that time wa* Colley. is receiving treatment In'' Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Hatslop for the party..' '
and since rinrriT roi'nr. "H'IIFOHICOfNTY. >
; in action In' France: last a "hospital. I left Wednesday. for an Indefinite The highlight, ......OR.n.'I1, | CIIM.rKiu. IN TU'E EASTER PARADE; II
led y"r, .J* *1r Friends of W..M Agtn and J. J.I visit with friends in Tampa. Dlshlcger of row navlK. Plaintiff. v". Lor. 'f I
and Mrs. Mo,F: Hawjfl aq$ Jones will regret to, Jean! Miss Lucille Ward spent last .. Davie, Defendant Caae No. ., : !
'. moving pictures .
-'were hoppta they ,are both 111, week-end In Ocala, II ',' .. .
8. 9M E. Sparks seriously In St.Vincent's JUr. and ,Mrs. Robert Ward Bambi received onr Rii: t\1I' pttnMCATioNANI t '
Jacksonville Friday ; : ".,w Hospital,: Jacksonville. NOT1CK TO APPKAK; .., I \ ...1. .,.
? children I ,
Mr. and Mrs 1 t. M. Davis.werr. Mrs.. W. B. SeweU spent the Sunday with of Jack Mr. and aonvUle Mrs. W.spent C.Ward. Births STATK., whose OF reeldenc B'I..oRlnA Iw to WOT: Lorene North ( l!, J\a'J'" ., ,.... .. >, j
Jacksonville oft:; business Frig week-end in Leeaburg with her Street Malvern. Arkanaaa.You
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required appear on
sister, Mrs.' J. D. Cottrell. Mrs. C. J. and To Mr. and 23 ItUil, In the above named
Berg mother, '
/ P. Roberts was shop- Mrs.: I. P. Shepherd went toi i and oiiun, wherein plaintiff tz err, 'tbrott'Ji( y)
K\fr[ J. Mrs. n. P. Glslaln left Wednesday Lake Butler ('k.. divorce. n r a dtord County
In Gainesville Wednesday Tampa Monday because of the for a few 16. friends.'N shall publish' this Order
days trip down the
It illness of her sister-in-law, Mrs. next four weekly 1",,",,". .
itemoon.fitfutton Is W. C. Jones. state. Glslaln's novelty shop will To Mr. and Wltnewa my hand and official, Moan I Ali llcr t
Lee Clark, whq spend- be closed while they are gone. ard Starke, at Starke, Florida, thin March
leave with his parents, Mr. The many friends here of Mrs. Louis 1IMS and |$ I
a Shafkln will return tomorrow ' :
( 8R\L. A. J. Thomas
of Route 2, F. H. Long are glad to know 20.To
.(,1 I Mrs. S. R. Clark that from a buying trip to Mr. and Clerk of nald Court Sunland Fashions \ J
ler servirg: overseas for three she Is making a good recovery New York City. ley, Starke, son Frank. I.nnclrnm Ptarke, Florlilt.: \ I
for IMf. S-2S 4t 4.U
jars. was visiting other relatives from an operation performed in Friends! of Mrs. Wilbur Scott of Miami ,
Ire Saturday. He returned from St. Vincent's Hospital. Tomor- will be TIIM roi'\Tv' Ji'n( K-s! roi HT.
Interested to know tha.tIIhe N. D. Wa.. I!
row she will be removed from nit %I>FOIII'I'Y. KI.OIIIII\
Ic Philippines. is still in the Alachua/ County Live Oak on 1113':: USTATB' OF D. W. MOOIIH,
Ipfc. and Mrs. Gene Long, who the hospital to the home of her Hospital Gainesville. Mr. Scott Mrs' 1)nreaerd. ( 0
son-in-law and ) } :: OF 1NTHNTION TO MAKK! t
a leave at the E. daughter, Dr. and
spending was her
e visiting Tuesday after- children DonnIe APPMCT1OV Foil FINAL1)il'HAHila ALSO
Dowling cottage on Kingsleyke Mrs. B. S. Carroll, 1474 BelvedereAve. spent last
week-end ., Jacksonville.Mrs. noon.F. ALl. WHOM IT MAY CON.
had as their A. Scott Is v Is I ting his visiting her : Costume Jewelry
eats Cpl. and Mrs. .Ressle Colin R. E. Green will spend brother G. F. Scott in Lakelandthis Mrs. L. P. Notice I. hereby given that I
and daughter Diane of Val- the week-end In Fort Pierce with week. filed my final report aa ..1. Ladies Bags i
Stamper. They .. .
of the eRtate of 1> \V.
Lta. Ga., and as Sunday guests her husband Ensign Robert E. Miss Catherine Nollman was day in Lake .., docoHRed; that I have filed I
V. T. Reynolds and Green. petition for flnnl discharge, and and
ir. and Mrs. one of 242 students In FSCW, Mrs Zell
ughter Suzanne of Jacksonville Dr., Thomas G. Bitch is ex- Tallahassee who were honored at Hudson.Mr. K.1 Perrvman.will apply County to the Honorable Judge of All accessories for 1 f
IThe Rev. W.. O. Smedley, pear pected1! to arrive here Sunday to the formal Scholastic Honors Day and Mrs. County Florida., on the \)
Starke Christian spend a tfew days with his day of April, 194. for oi>- y
of the convocation have Easter Outfit
Tuesday afternoon. as guests of the name find for final your i
} iurch recently moved from mothe'fc}:, Mrs. Carrie Ritch, and his Mrs. Hal Snow of Dawson Ga., son and "" : un admlnlntralrlx uf the
Men Cove Springs to Keystone!! uncle -and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. T. Is visiting her brother and sister- Mrs. Woodfin
iflghts. J. 'Griffin. He is a Junior In- in-law of S
x Mr. and Mrs. Van H. Car-, daughter
Mrs Thomas F. G r' a d y Is tel. 4n the Georgia Baptist Hospital den for a few weeks. I,. Mr. and Mra. FOR FINE MART SHOP .
ending this week In Charlotte, in' Atlanta. Mrs W. B. Mundy and Mrs. and their PIANO TUNING
.. c., with Mr. Grady. I IJ I I I Mrs: Effle- Johns, Mr. and Mrs. O. L. Beasley were in Jackson- Woodfln Q. WHITE TO
Friends of A. F_ Murrhee will j'I IN. D. Carter and Mra. Carrie ville on business Wednesday spent Tuesday I I MILO JONES 410 W. 20th NEXT DOOR TO1'OMT OFFICE' ,

Igret to know that he has been Smith were visiting their brother- Mrs. L A. Davis was In Jacksonville and Mrs. Halle Jacksonville 6, Fla. Ir i
for several weeks and' Is now in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Wednesday and Thursdayon overnight with I I -
the State Farm Hospital. Raymond Strickland In Webster business.Mr. -. 4
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taco Osbo.rne, Arthur R. Mcae Mrs. William Norris left Tues- were visiting their son Kanpar Ina : :
and Foster Shi Smith 'from day for Archibald Hospital in Jacksonville hospital Sunday. A

Iradford( High School. and Mr. Thomasville, Ga. She will stop Friends will be Interested to know
Burner of B r o o ker Jr., High enroute for a visit l with her that he i la Improving although he Give :t

Jrhoul attended a meeting of the daughter, Mrs. Cecil Price In will probably: be confined to the r
itlzens' Committee in Gainesville Quincy. hospital for two or three weeks for
lednenclay of last week. Mrs. Bobby Edwards of the Mer- more. They have a school there
sborne gave a report of the chant Marines is spending a leave and he Is continuing with his
Meting at the Teachers' Lunch- with his parents Mr. and Mrs. studies.

i>n Friday. Doc. Edwards here., Mrs. J Edward Schwab arrived r

Wednesday from Gulfpoit Miss.,
to make her home with her parents -

Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Anderson -
NAT SEZ: while her husband is over- Outstanding values in beautiful pieces of fine jewelry for your Easter

seas. giving At amazingly low prices!

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\\,! start giving Home serious thought LADIES' 17-JEWEL l\IEN'S T WRIST A Real Easter Special
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era! for outstanding service. Large Cabbage A. Clerk IjinSrum Court
618.70. T. Frank
, ',i To Buy His new station I is on an Island Attjr. lor PH. f Starke 11

New Road Grader The company agreed to acceptthe SEKViCE:; .PARADE near New London, Conn., Although a garden is small the IN CIRcUiT a.i 4L"o0'a.tClcliv
International tractor, now to the C01TUT
been assigned
and he has size of the vegetables raised In It Y FLUIIDAI

ri i Bradford County's roadworking owned by the county, as a trade- duties of supply sergeant. His are not necessarily the same. A, Edith Byrd I IR4CY4
in at an exchange price of 83 address is: Sgt. E. J. Dowling, Coleman
equipment will soon be augmented ITC It. U UINOIIAM l' 'T. POWELL FINDS C. Brown, who owns a smVJ farm Robert H. ColeRlan, Pll\lnlllr.
per cent of the original Invoice I Jr., Hq. Det. BSO 190 CA Bn., Case No, 1117 lJer'nd"
"by an A d a m a Motor IS WOUNDED FILIPINOS GRATEFUL Fort H G. Wright, N. Y. three miles south of Starke on
Grader with bulldozer attachment. price.You 7 uu Pvt. George'C- Powell, son of Road 28 brought a 10 pound cab- STATE OF FLORTfffPEA

Thla equipment Is being purchased keep buying rl. . Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Powell of THEODORE GOODGE bage into the Telegraph office 34841964 Robert ,?Co.Coleman isno.. to PI
F" Alp
K by the County Commissioners Starke is serving as a switch- PROMOTED TO T-5 last week. He said he had onlya Re*.. 2nd Bn. Ap'o. :
from the Florida Equipment Co. WAR BONDS ... board operator with the Signal Pfc. Theodore J. Goodge son few rows of cabbage but had master New York, New ji nrpa..
of Jacksonville at a cost of $6,- ,,.. Corps in the Philippines. He of Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Goodge of several very large ones. The April You 2,are 1946 required, In the to a99rsr rury

: ------_. ----- , .Y'0'' writes that the natives are very Starke was recently promoted to head measured about a foot across Court. and cause wherein ahoy no",s
J t grateful to their liberators and the rank of T-5/ Corporal at his the hard section In the cen- Telegraph seeks divorce.shall Bradford Bl l.lnll!
t WT
HELP sends his parents a letter writtenby station somewhere In France. His ter. In next four weekly publish|leeuet thli' ok
y a Filipino boy who works In unit received a commendation Witness my hand
and tactful consideration for all those and
"al at olrl
their area. "He wroteIt IN CIII1aT COURT BltAUFOMICOT Florida
23rd ,
company from their commanding generalfor this
who need and consideration ruary 1945. p
z while in 'our tent, talk-
sitting: their gallantry during several (OFFICIAL SEAL) A
all are within a modern, moderately ing with us. He called us all recent engagements.Woodlawn. r. Herbert Garrett Plaintiff, v.. A. Clerk of said Court.J 'I'hol1llt

priced and conscientious Service. 'Joe', so when he wrote the let Case Sarah No.Ellen 3919.ORDER .Garrett, D.. f endant Atty T. Frank for Landrum Pit Starke.. Florlli
1 ter one of the fellows told him e . e. e e e e e OP1 PUJTLICATION 41'1\ :
tl Just to write It to 'Joe'. Here it AND NOTICE: TO APPEAR
*, e ;I IY 1 STATE OP FLORIDA to: Sarah
: .is: Ellen Garrett. whose. residenceand i-
ir4 Feb. 15, 1945 address ta, : 4041 Catharine Street. __

1 DEWITT C. JONES Dear Joe: By Mrs. Myrle harass Philadelphia You era ,r..nnlr..d Ponnnylvanla.. In appear on P
1 I am glad that you came here e e ap e e e e e e e e e e I April:,2, 1945, In--the above named 1
AMBULANCE SERVICE to relieve us from sorrow Court and cause, wherein plaintiffneekH el
r .
REVIVAL MEETINGThe divorce. Bradford County
k and from pain. You can't imagine Telegraph haU publish this. OrderIn
Robin of St
how miserable we Filipinos were Rev. Fled next four weekly l.nuea.WltneKH . .
Funeral Director, Cloud will begin a revival at the ) my hand and official
during the Japanese administration. Woodlawn Church Sun- .seal at Starke, Florida this Feb
Phone 7 These marauding and bellicose Baptist ruary 24th, 1946,
r. day, April 8. He is widely known (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J, Thomas
Pfc Ralph L. Windham, son of slant-eyed people .
of Court
Aa Clerk said
the state for his abilIty -
; I Mrs. E. R. Windham of Waldo Mikado's Empire came here in William I). Morgan Clark Bids
In the work of the Lord. The
.. Fla.
Jacksonville Atty. for Plf.
e and nephew of W. B. Alexander this dear homeland of ours justto
lM ...r- flrptSSSSJ-4-rrSJra-tSptrSStSrSSssssss, r-r.. of Starke and L. B. Alexander of curtail our rights., trample us public is invited to come and 3-2 4t 8-23 ,_
hear him. School meetsat
Waldo, was reported wounded in under their feet steal everythingwe IN rlllCI'IT COURT BRADFORD Wo
'' 10:30: a. m and evening service CO I'!NTV FLOIIIUAI IN CHAN- Matter
action Dec. 28 In Belgium and is have and murder us by proxy. .
K ...... . But Joe, that are at 7:45p.: m. Prayer meet- CErtY ..
< "' << now recuperating in a hospital in now you John 11. Welsh Plaintiff, v Mar-
England.Mrs. here with us, everything is much leg' is held Wednesday night at gie Welsh, Defendant.,- Case No. .What
Come be 3621. Branchof
the church.
7:45: at
Windham has better than before. Now we eat ORDER OF PTTR-LirATION
It's the Quality 01 leadership } good food wear good clothing with us.Mrs AND NOTICE! TO APPEAR
through the Red Cross the Purple STATE Oat FLORIDA to: Marble '
and oh! our living is much se- Johnson and children of Welsh. whose residence Is: U. No. Service
Heart and Combat Infantryman'sbadge cured. her 2, Heath Spring.... South Carolina.
that makes Leaders Jacksonville were visiting par- You are required to appear on
e ;= for her son. Prior to en- We are now free from every- enta Mr. and Mrs. Wester here April 2, 1945 In the above named
a } the service Pvt. Windham from Court and cause, wherein plaintiff You're In.
.,. .. tering thing-free fear and hunger. this week-end. neeka divorce. Bradford County .
Ifr, aAIEsNO was employed by the SAL rail I "Happy days are here again Rev. and Mrs. O. J. Raulersonof Telegraph shall publish thin OrderIn
way.PVT.. 'oe." next four weekly lenuei.Wltnexn .
Jacksonville,were Sunday dinner -
my hand and official
ATLANt Your pal.SUvano, guests of Mr. and Mrs. Bill Heal at Starke, Florida, this Feb
t, I* L. HOWARDIN Balasbas Grlffls. ruary 28, 1945.OFFICIAL ? YOU'LL ALWAYS
.A_. _T.
ttR ( SEAL) Thomas.
CITED UNIT (Sylvan Valley. .) Mrs. Bertha and
Stucky daughter
', For outstanding devotion to "
art the Lea "J Audrey were shopping in
duty in the operation of supply Jacksonville Friday.
dumps of all classes under com- AIDED IWO INVASION AN) CONTROL '
Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Prevatt were
bat conditions the 31st Infantry Coast Guardsman Armond M. visiting Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Page If you see flying ants comingIn
Division quartermaster company, hennas, Sl-c. whose home Is In Sunday or out of' your house the
of which Pvt. L. Howardof chances have termites A HEARTY
Lawtey Starke has had and Albert are you
__ .. ___.... ....__ Mr Mrs. Starling **
.ri'i K .._ Starke Is a member has been u ---= and you will be able to save
"t /YrW dr.we-w.w1.Y.WM QrYw. u
<) ---.u.i f-- flt n m :y -'J' gg"u'experiences and daughter Jeanette of Lawtey
awarded the Meritorious Service + yourself a big repair bill. A .
since were visiting Mr. Starling'smother WELCOME
1r; r 1 ", Unit Plaque. Howard a supply Sunday.We nominal charge for Inspection.
r man has been in the South Pacific joining the crew \'e can give best Gainesville
-- - -- are glad to report that L.
than and of an LST (LandIng references.
more a year has
W. Page is 'home from the ho.9pltal -
participated In the Wakde-Sarml Ship Tanks) TelephoneC. at
"TOP and Is Improving rapidly. ,
The Evening and Morotal campaigns. but> the most ex- A. POWELL
citing, without
I143-J or WriteRt.
R. Oifi" with WITH COMBAT: ENGINEERS'' doubt, was when At The TabernacleRecent 2, Box 88, Gainesville '
I Ie IN rinurriNEs its ship became,
I ? visitors to the Tabernacle JORDAN'SBAR !
alii I Improvised
Pfc Ancil E. Grlffls son of ,
Mr. I repair s t a tlon were Mr and Mrs. James
and Mrs. Joe S. Griffis of e'
DO NUTS i F. Directors of the ChildEvangelism'Movement like mother
Lawtey, landed in the Philippineswith for disabled amphibious Keifer f. . just
In Florida.
: the XIV Army Corps which tanks used make"
",0 AND COFFEE i directed all the Army's fighting I and tractors used ; They were here for a Sunday to

.1\9 e!'" I In the Solomons and Is now in by1 the MarInes morning service, and Mr. Keifer .-
.o1 Its fourth campaign In World at the Iwo gave an Interesting account of the

,e11" (! War II. Pvt. Grlffls who has beach-head. work the Child Evangelism groupIs
I Ii been, overseas more than 28 After unloading hundreds of doing in teaching the Bible,to LAPPE.F AnDY LIBRETTI, MGR\ |

.t.e months, is a member of an Engineer Marines for the first assault the children through out the state.

.- Combat Battalion. waves in the bloody invasion Mr. Keifer possesses a splendid 115 WEST CALL ST
Armond's ship 'stood in close to tenor voice and sang a B9lo entitled .

11 IIARLEY STRONG, 'JR., : the smoking beach to take on "Overshadowed"\ .
t ll+ I tanks and tractors The with Pat Withrow1,
.. BACK IN STATES which had meeting
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.' : Made from fresh I IJ Harley .Strong Jr., :who has been hit or broken down. The Jr., and ,Richard Maxwell assisted i
HAMBURGERS been serving with the Seabees in bow doors were open in the face by Miss Helen Benner was
J \ ) ground sirloin steak the South Pacific for j the past 15 of brisk winds which forced choppy well attended And quite a few

months, is back in the States and waves into the tank deck. from out of town were present. .

? spending a 30-day furlough with .That first morning a 20 mm. The fine quality of their voices

n a -,:\ his parents. Miand; Mrs. HarleyF. shell landed on the main deck, was appreciated.
; ; Strong of Kingsley Lake/'and but luckily there were no cas Practice is under way for the a a o s

:j.!. r also with friends and relatives In ualties.! Easter program to be presented
; ; ORANGEADE Mode from'p Atlanta. The Coast Guardsmen watchedthe Sunday evening April 1.

,,:t;, E Florida fruit Most of the time In the Pacifiche smoking hills of Iwo-Jlma and An annual: business meeting of

', spent operating a' bulldozeron thought of the rugged Marines the Tabernacle Fellowship will be

: construction Jobs for the Seabees they had carried Into this battle. held April 10, and all ,membersare Gvel'gtoJg3afking o

: : He expects to be assignedto Many of the Marines had been requ est e d to be present;

: . : DA VISSA'NDWICH SHOP. the Admiralty Islands when he aboard almost a month and warm friends welcomed.

, returns to duty. friendships existed between them
'>1, .
and the Coast Guardsmen.
lit ? ;,1' J, 125 WEST CALL STREET e RETURNS 1O DUTY -

:art;\I _-_-- Pvt. Wood row 'Wilson Hicks, J. T. KIRKLAND JR.. .
-- U. S. Marine Corps recently reported NOW AERIAL GUNNERCpl. rSJ "'
r" !) 1)oii ynunelf at home* ? LEach
\'< ,1' back to duty after being Joseph T. Kirkland, Jr., k,.; kit contain Pan COf
Ift hospitalized somewhere in the whose home manent wave,ourlflra Solution anti, *|"7frehampoo
I1+ was at Starke before
Southwest Pac I. v wnv : entering the service has d. J litoe. Gd Clwm-l.url: Kt leu/
; WONDER 6."lCt ..!g.;,.. nc ror the past Just
;. graduated from the AAF Training
;1 two months as Commands' Flex Ible Gunnery Koch Drug Store
: 1 the result of hip
'. School at Buckingham Field near .
r-- ( and back injuries I
: Ifi Fort Myers.
1 Pvt. Hicks en- Now qualified as an aerial gun .

''r { SHOP I ii., >, '": J< tered service in ner Cpl. Kirkland will soon be- REAL RELIEF I
. p. 'O'I March 1944 and come a member of'a bomber crew I
( \"rv took his trainingat and will receive further training -' Jumt ACID

,v ,' i I Parris Island at an operational field In the U. fNDlGESTIONBISMAREX I

'j.1 , F" '" rr S. C., Camp Le- S. before going overseas

J leune New .
:.j ';'i:; I River N. C, 'and SGT. DOULING
9 Oceanside, Calif., STATIONED IN N. Y.

'; d before going overseas in October. Sgt. B J. Bowling, Jr., son of

"J..\ W His wife Mrs. Doris Hicks and Mr. and Mrs. Ernie Powllng of .

: two children, Gladys and Lang- Starke hag received his new 9 to 9 Daily

\": ,. ford live at Hampton.Pvt. assignment to Fort H. O. Wright Restaurant t t HourS: Tuesday
Y r Hicks sends his best regards N. Y., after being pro c eased Carpenter's Drug Store

,' : 'f:' G Real Mounted Alligators to his many friends in''through the redistribution .centerat

Bradford County and would ap- Miami Beach. A'or. ..... - -
,; e Lee Human Pocketbooks preciate hearing from them. Ills Sgt. Dowllng served 35 months
'l 4 address Is: Pvt. W. W. Hicks- as an artillery observer with the :

t'njf; ; Military 'Jewelry 945189: : Co. K. 3rd Bn., 6th Dlv., 'Joaat Artillery In the 'South Pacific You're a Service Man
22nd ."
Marines FPO San Francisco and while there was com

: '\ V i 4. O Shell Novelties and Souvenirs Calif. mended by the Commanding _Gen-

and are looking for
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. . . '. . visited Miss Ida Hagan this week. atlves here. He has Just returned' S . a . S S S . lit CIRCVIT: ('0 11 nT, BRADFORD In next four weekly litnuoii. f..eal l at Starke. Florida .thl. March I
Mrs. K. B. Swindell visited relatives from sea COUNTY, FLOHIUAl IN cHAN. Witness my hand and official 7. 1945.
duty. (KHY. seal at Utarke, Florida, this March (OFFICIAL, SEAL) A. J. Thomas
heressa Jacksonville over the Mr. and Mrs. L. V. Williamson LawteyBy Ruth Le Dunn Bryant Plaintiff 6. 194. An Clerk/ of Bald Court. I \
weekend.Rev. and Mrs. R. M vs. Lawton Bryant, 8r.' Defendant (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas, Harr.rv& McCauley. Florida National 1
llersey visited Bank Rid JacknonTlll,
Ida flftgaflSS Case No. 8665. A* Clerk of said Court.T. *
1t.1 MIsS S S SSrs Hogarth of Palatka filled relatives in Jacksonville over the EVKLVNE WARREN ORDER OP PUBLICATIONAND Frank Landrum, Htark, Florida. Florida, Attr for Plf. 1-9 4t S-SO !
. . his .regular appointment at the weekend.W. . . 55 . e a e . NOTH'B TO APPEAR Atty. for PIt. 34t '-ao

Hope Baro tte of Jack- Baptist Church Saturday and T. Charping and Mrs J. F. BENNETTFuneral Bryant STATE I 8r.< OF, whose FLORIIA address to: Is Lawton: Pvt. IN cmctrr (-'OUR?. IIn"DPnnn 1
and Mrs. R. Sunday. Partaln of Anderson, S. C., have AIRS. ED l.twton Bryant, A.8.N. 14035169, Hq. rOl'NTY' PLOHlUAl IN CHAN IVV/ ;
Ills yjsiVedlMr. Hutton Lee services! were held here Co., (09 Prcht. Bn. A.P.O. 494. %! ('laM Y. $ em I
Clark is spendinga returned to their home after Sunday afternoon for Mrs. Ed Postmaster, New York, New York. Elizabeth n. Byrd Plaintiff va.Hlrt I Trlest visited his 21 day leave with his parents spending several days with Pvt. You are required to appear en C. Byrd, Defendant Can No. I
l-C Thomas Bennett of Denver. Colo., for April II. 1945, In the above named 364S.
and Mrs. S. E. Driest; Mr. and Mrs. Richard Clarke of and Mrs. Jamos Partaln I and merly of Lawtey.. She was knownto Court and cause, wherein plaintiff ORDER OF PUBLICATION Keep-B !
I', Mr. HeUbronn Springs and with rel-! daughter Shirley. seeks- divorce, custody of children AND NOTICE' TO APPEAR !
He M. all her friends here "Aunt
,,7v. this week. I as and restoration of maiden name STATE' OF KMMUDA to: Pfc.nirt .
w -- Martin Hersey, Jr., of Great Mary." Services were under the of plaintiff Bradford County Telegraph C. Byrd 349U1E1, whose ,- '
UPS***"*" Lakes, 111., returned to hla base 'direction of DeWItt C. Jones and next four shall publish this Order In dunce and address la relll-I
weekly Issues. 6th Regiment Indian town
where I sit Joe Marsh there Sunday after spending a the Rev. O. E. Cutshaw assistedby Witness my hand and official Military Reservation, Pennsylvania.You Start Your Post-War'

From .. / week with his parents, Mr. and the Rev. C. M. Worthington' 14.seal :t 5.Btarke, Florida, this March i April 9,are 1945 required, In the to above appear.named on Planning Now

Mrs. R. M. Hersey.Mr. conducted the funeral. (OFFICIAL SEAL ,
) A. J. Thomas Court and cause wherein plaintiff
As Clerk of said Court.T. divorce and restoration of previous Place Your Order Now For
and Mrs. L. R. Dennison Pallbearers were G. W. Roberts, Frank '..ndrum, Htarke.. Florida. name. Bradford County Telegraph
How to Greet a and family and Miss Ruby Imlerof W. H. Edwards J. II. Moore, P. Atty. for PIt. a-lt 4t 4-6 hall publlah. thin Order 11next The Following; Appliances: 1 ,
tour lanuca. r
Gainesville visited Mr. and 1. Dlnklns. Hal Edwards and L.H. weekly
hand and official
.. my,
\ 1 Wounded Soldier Mrs. W. W. Packham Sunday. Hill. During the service Miss C'OI'NT" FLOHIUAl rOI'RT. nRAIIFOHI IN (''AN- i
S 2-c Joe Kelsay and one of Clara Mae Harley. Mrs. Ree Bag- CKHY.Stephen. BENDIX "

r t.rUe his buddies of Beauford S. C.. gett 'and Mrs. Fred Moore sang known as Clarence Clarence Foster Elmer, Formerly Foster AUTOMATIC

Jenkins got back from ,And you should have seen him visited Joe's parents, Mr. and several hymns, accompanied by find Stephen Klmer Foster, Plain t
the other day d1spick upt! From being scared of Mrs. A. H. Kelsay Sunday.Brooker. Mrs. W. H. Edwards at the piano. tiff Defendant.vs. Josephine CliMe No.Moravus 3lt31. Foster etJ)1JBREAKFlfS1 HOME LAUNDRY

;rseaS: wound..and he meeting people, Charlie got hispretty Interment was In Kingsley Lake ORDER OF. PfULlCATION f a
rged for S . . I AND NOTICE TO APPEAR :
confidence back and soon became S e e a e e Cemetery
well banged up. STATE OF. FLORIDA to: Mrs HOTPOINT (
: felt his own sell again: Out of town folks attending the, Josephine Mnravus Foster, 9IH
our town Wanhlnirton Avenue, Uronx REFRIGERATORS
Naturally, It We wanted From where I.sit,Doc Walters funeral included Mr. and Mrs. Lee New York 58. RANGES
rhty bad about us the right steer. The Cotton and family of Jacksonvilleand You are required to appear on
sympathize with him and gave Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Dink- April 9, 1945, In the above named and see how much better WATER HEATERS
Walters set wounded men coming homop By Joyce Atkinson Court and cause, wherein plaintiff,
him But Doc don't want oar sympathy or our e e S S S e e e e S ins and Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Sil- neeks divorce Bradford County you feel all day.
about that. Telegraph shall, publish this Order
straight overenthusiastic help. They WKDIMNG: SHOWER cox In next four weekly Issues. As These Become Avail-

!Ie said that what Charlie want to be treated like the rest Mrs. J. B. Kelly\ the former deal\Vltnem I nt Starke my, Florida hand and, this official March I CAMPDINER able We Will Fill Orders j;

nted most was to be accepted of us . with a chance to work Miss Gola Mae Parker, was hon- Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Reddish 6. 1943.!! i
oneotthegangagain.astf (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas, In Order of Application ,
and lead a normal life. And ored with a miscellaneous showerat announce the engagement of their As Clerk of said Court.
ihing had happened. So we that'stholeast"'Vounofferthem.oed the community hall Saturday daughter Pansy to 1st Sgt. Lee Walter C. Hardesty, Daytona Beach, I
Fla., Atty. for Plf. 8-9 4t 8-30
him over to pitch horse- afternoon. Owens of North Carolina .now BED LAMPS

3C3 with his good hand, and flu- ... Indoor games were played and stationed at Camp Blanding. The IN ('....TIT COI'HT. nil\I>F01ll, > & DESK
toy a friendly glass of beer c90e ( late in the afternoon the gifts plans for the wedding will be an- ('01: !\iT\. '. .'LonIUA, IN: CHAN.CKItV. 1 LAMPS I II ;

d chew the fat like old times. were opened by the bride. Re- nounced later Miss Reddish is a Lilac Morris Anderson Plaintiff, Corner Call & Cherry
freshments of cake and soft member of the 1945 graduating v*. Samuel C. Anderson, Defendant
.112 c/a Scud 3 Copyright, 1945 f United Stata/ Dnwtm Foundation drinks were served to Misses class of Bradford High School. Case No.;: 1839.UHIHH OF. PUBLICATION O RADIO

Stella Mae Hayes, Rose and Mary AND NOTICE TO APPEAR I I I
Robert W. McCloud of Jackson- STATE OF FLORIDA to: Pvt.
Allen\ Mesdames Alice Thomas, his. brotherinlaw Samuel C. Anderson/ 34124840, 118 Highest Quality SERVICE
Place Martha Polk.. R. Lewis Luther was Repl. Bn.. 559 Rep. Co. A.P.O. 7(1R. -
IrOld Sarge's and sister, Mr. and Mrs. A. %! Postmaster, New York, New
Sowell, Willena Stewart, Lee York.
M. Blanchard last weekend.Mrs. .
Green. Tyler Jones, Llnnle Par You are required to appear on STEAKSand
Mrs. April 9, 1945, In the above named
Will Edwards and
ker, Tom Stewart, Lottie Russ,
TARKE'S ORIGINAL Court and cause, wherein plaintiff WINKLER
Brady Kearse S. Tetson, Willis Richard Thede were shopping in seeks divorce. Kradford County
and Misses Hazel Stokes, Lubedia Jacksonville Wednesday. Telegraph shall publish tills Order CHOPS

ARMYSTORE Pinholster. Frances Barry, Mar Sgt. and Mrs. Ancll Futch of ELECTRIC 1

forte Fay and Hazel Crosby and Jacksonville were visiting friends

Betty Hazel Green. and relatives here last week-end. :
Miss Jean Edwards of Jackson SERVICE

ALETII.WILLI.UIS ville was visiting her parents. Mr. Open 9 A. \(.-9 I> M.
I.- -tCS Jrsa / Mr. and Mrs.. Jim Williams an- and Mrs. W. H. Edwards several 226 Temple Ave. I
Daily Except Thursdays
AuthorizedBy nounce the birth of a daughter, days last week.
March 16. The baby has been Lacy Futch ot Jacksonville was 11

The War Departmen'tOperated named Aletha.BACCALAUREATE. visiting his brother and sister-in-

AND law.,.,Mr". and Mrs. M. B. Futch
1' Mr. and Mrs. T. S. Gllchrlst of SERVICES.
Baccalaureate sermon will\ be
Brunswick, Ga., were visiting Mrs.
By an Ex-Soldier held in the' auditorium of the %
Wells Sunday.
Brooker Junior High School, Miss Evelyn Colson of Starke EVERY SUNDAY NIGHT

Sunday, March 25 at 3:30: p. m. was a Friday night guest of Miss
Commencement exercises will be
Evelyn Warren.
HEADQUARTERS March 28 at 8:30:
Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Kelly were

FOR ALL: MILITARY SUPPLIES p. m.Misses, also Mildred in the auditorium.and Myrtle shopping In Starke Saturday. the SUNDAY SCHOOL 3 P. M.

Mra. G. W. Roberts was
NOVELTIES and JEWELRY Thomas of Graham were visitingMrs.
week-end guest of her father, Mr. ..
't Alice Thomas and Mrs. T. C. Deland weekend.Mrs. "
Tatum In Everyone. Invited To Come And Feel a
Kelly Sunday. 'and son Johnny ,.
Mr. and Mrs. C. Tyler and were visiting Gasque relatives in Geor- You Arc A Part Of Us.

3en Suslow'sArmy'Store daughter Joan and Miss\ Joyce Atkinson gia several days last week.
were in Sanderson on bust O

and Mrs. C. C. Russ and OF STARKE J i 11( !

son Edwin and Mrs J. B. Rusa Corner> Call and Christian st"",.

and son, Vernon Ray were shop- Rev. W. 0*. Smedley Pastor Gospel Mission !

Starke Fla. ping in Starke Monday.Mrs. Services as follows:
09 E. Call Street ,
G. W. Davis was In -Starkeon Bible School each Sunday at Assembly Of God '
... business Tuesday. 10 a. m.Preaching. p.
Mr. and Mrs. Jim Douglas of and communion services / vrL

High Springs atte n d e d church at 11 a. m. and 7:39: p. m. JUST WEST OF II GATE, CAMP BLANDING .

here Sunday. Prayer meeting each Wednes- S i{ 1 .
HIRES THE day at 7:30: p. m. 1iG J. A. BROOKS, MINISTER .
. . _
a a . e e S e SPine
ing In Lakeland.
ltJWI WIf' Level Dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs.

H. M. McRae Sunday were Mrs. i

It? M.,.. H. M. McRae J. M. Frier of Starke, Mrs. R. T. THROUGH THESE PORTALS
e e S e e.. . . . Carroll and grandson, Dewey '
on how to spend ' Marshall, of Lafayette Ga.. Pvt. PASS THE BEST SOLDIERSON

J. fi. Murshee of Hi 11 lard Samuel Marshall and Pvt. James 'ri EARTH

a pleasant hour or preached at Pine Level Baptist Watkins of Camp BlandIng and I

I Church Sunday morning in the Mrs. W. E. Hall and Miss Gwen- ,

two with your friends . absence of our pastor, Rev. W. dolyn McRae.IN 1 ,
E. Hall.\ Rev. Hall Is conductinga
revival meeting ,in Lakeland.Pvt. CIRCUIT.COURT. BRADFORD. i
11 CHAN-
Samuel E. Marshall of Camp COUNTY FLORIDA I i
CKIlV.Francis) .
Drop into Blanding Center Blanding filled the pulpit Sunday Elwood Hunter, Plaintiff
'. vn. Blanch Elizabeth Hunter, Defendant. -

Bar. . Order a glass of . night.Mrs. H. M. McRae and family ORDER. Cass OF No.PUBLICATiON 3666.

were called to Sanderson becauseof ANn NOTH'B TO APPRAK:

ice cold beer and justsit the death of her sIster Mrs. Elisabeth STATE OF Hunter FLORIDA whose to address: Blanche U iff

VlcJe. Davis, who died Monday, unknown.You 1
on 1 I
required to appear
back and relax in after seveVal weeks llthesa.' April IS.are 1945 In the above named/
Little Wayne Thomas, 4yearold Court and cause/ wherein plaintiff. ,

the most popular spot in town son of Mr. and Mrs. Bishop seeks Telegraph divorce.shall Iliad J puhllnh for this d County OrderIn SPREDWALL
Thomas of Brooker, and grandson next four weekly Is.uen.Witness .

I of Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Lewis seal at Htarke my, Florida hand, ,and this official March 'kIa4/alle 1e'at<< ?i uted

died Tuesday night.J. 14th, U45. WATCH'H
Q tNDING E. Murshee and Martin Geiger As(OFFICIAL Clerk of SEAL said. )Court.T. A.. J. Thomas PAINTYou'll

t of Hilllard! \ were dinner guests Frank ndrum., Starke, Florida I

CENTER of Mr. and Mrs. R. R. Crosby .\tt\\". for Plf. a-II 4t 4-8 b. amazed tl how quickly I and

Sunday fiiicriT coinT, mi.\DFOIIIJCOUNTY.
13 A MAYBELLEJ. Mra A. R. Mitchell of Macon is rLOMIU.ll IN CHANrtuat'av ..sill you can brighten up drib room

YC HYDE Ga., spent last week-end with her ('.:IIY.* Alexander Lapolla. Plain- with SPRtD. On. coif cored Noftcrodorf

MANAGER brother-in-law and sister; Rev. tiff VD. Frances Clvltella Lapolla, No brush oitrlil! Ettj' to.

and Mrs. W. E. Hall and accom- Defendant. Pane No. 8657. ..< -tu/i clean longer! Com ,_.

-, ,_ r... -, _,... ,_ -" show you by demonlndoG -

Clvltella post address whose la residenceand : 106-18 hii SPRED i Ii iuperior to I

"out Road, South Osone Park New ordinf w.ter-ihlnn j paints!
York. .
You are required to appear o ieHlH ,
April 13. 1945 In the above named pn ,4ae7age I
and cause wherein plaintiffeVlc

GIS L A IN. S e seal telegraph. Witness neat at divorce.Stark.four shall my weekly. Florida Brad hand publish ford Issues.,and this this official County March OrderIn j99D j" t

(18.OFFICIAL 19411. SEAL) A. J. Thomas . our records show ;:'I

As Clerk of said Court. over two million sol- ",
Walter C. Ilard.s.y. lox 429. Day- GALLON
tona Beach Fla.. Atty. for Plf. ( PA'ST. ) 1 diers have made
for 3-15 4t 4,8
AII.'II stores. }
Religious all
Notice Is hereby given to

} SHELL LAMPS a.whom guardian It may Marlon concern Claire that I Johns will. q'Jwif' )w m r S be a reason. :

minor, on the 12th day of April.H.' _... .._.....0...."......._......_
1045, apply to the Honorable < I
K. Perry man. County J u d If. of TIP TOP'SUPER ,
Bradford. County for an Order to ,
Florida Made sell the Interest of said minor In
SHELL TRAYS the following described lands, to- MARKET .'
wit 1 :
\ West-half of Wlock Eleven, according {
to Ensey's Hurvey" of STORES
Ham[ pion. Fla. and East-half of 113 E. Call Street
Blocks Thirty-one and Thirty-

Imported From GIFTS of two Hampton of Blanton's Florida Addition: Town STARKE, }'L\. ) ,

West Indies said sale to be at private, sale and .
) based upon application on file. ;
BEATIFUL LINE OF GREETING 84t 8-30: Uuarldlan.

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,\ 'A015 IEIQiI'l' BRADFORD COUNTY TELKORATH. _._m_ ----5 _
: F : ..
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S Teachers Discuss I Blanding Bob-Cat ,Starke Choirs Rltch4'Mrs. Waiter Batetaaq

RATION STAMPS GOOD At USO Roes Davie Mrs.. Mildred 1IJ..
FOOD To Sing
School ProgramAt L. C. S In 1 t h; Misses Broh

r' BEC.I944ljAN.I949FEBI949| MAR.1948 APR.I948 MAY 1945 JUNEI945! ) Boy Scout Meeting HereThe Easter SundayThe Priest, Sylvia: Morse, Beth!J

,4< Easter program "CrucifixIon" Flynn, Janet Anderson
annual\ luncheon and meet- y '
News Notes composed by John Stalner, Knight, Jo
Ing of the Brad ford County -. .. Ann Dlnklns
Teachers' Association was heldIn an English composer, will be Stern, Jean Davis. Hazel
RED STAMPS under the Joint auspices PIt"
the school house here Friday, Madge Brownlee
TROOP 112 PLANSOVERNIGHT of the choir directors of the Seleta Bah
March 10. The group met for
and Elizabeth
HIKE USO Temple & Washington Maguey
MAR.31 city In the ,
0000 THRU luncheon at one o'clock and at ,
The members of Troop 112 are two the Business session was cal- + Streets, on Easter Sunday --

GOOD THRU APA.28 busy this week with preparations led to order, Principal Foster April 1.Mrs. : IN COV.TV.ClHCriT FLo.un'Ii'"ol'nT, .nUbPi\\

for an overnight hike to Hamp- Ehl Smith introduced the guest O. ,L. Beasley will serve CERY. rat
speaker, Supt. Howard Bishopof as chairman of the decoration' Francis X. Medeiroe rhllntlN
ton Lake. The boys will leave n Marie Florence
gc t e GOOD THRU JUNE 2 Gainesville., Arthur R. Mc- l committee and Mrs. 1. H. Jen dnnt.. Case. No. 8002.Med..lros, I.I ..

1r ; Saturday afternoon accompaniedby Rae, County Superintendent; N. o'4't flings the poster committee.Mrs. *f AND ORtJlCJOF NOTICE TO gppIOH!

e GOOD FROM MAR. Scoutmaster M. C. Ware and D. WaInwright, Jr. Representative -I 6 E. M Davis will be accompanist STATE OF to
o n THRU JUNE 30 his assistant, G. S: Newcomb, and and Charley B. Johns, Sena- e for the program and Florence Medelros, whose. r"'ld": Yn,

III I Tl>'nt stamps wlll become good April will 'return Sunday afternoon. A tor were, present for the meet- / i solo parts will be given by Sgt. Massachusetts.Is 19. Henderson street 8om'totl,

1 special religious service will be Ing Richard Kessler, J Zan Powell, You are required to ap ,
Mr. of F7or'Ida'splace Mrs. W. J. April 13, 194&, In the above S...,
k BLUE STAMPS held at the lake Sunday morn- Bishop spoke Blanchard Law, Court and cause,' wherein
ing. In the nation according to Church well and *Pvt. Harold seeks divorce and custody and plan

GOOD THRU MAR.31 This will be a bona fide "hike"no educational standards an4 com- Riffe. Others on the program trot Telegraph of children,hall publish Bradford this Coos
1 4 riding in automobilesandthe pared Bradford County averages are Mrs. L. A. Canova, Mrs. A. In next four weekly Innuci.
with the of the ] Proctor, Witness my hand
averages countryas Z. Adkins, Mrs Clara and old
boys will sleep in the open weal at Starke, Florida. .
iL1I 1I GOOD THRU APR 28 | "under the stars". Mesa kits and a whole. In Bradford( Countythe Mrs. W. R. Morse Mrs. Wm. Bag- 21 1945 this as! ,

canteens are being l issued to the average amount spent on each I (3q gett, Mr.,, and Mrs G. S. New- (o'FFICIAL) SEAL) A, J TIt
r child In 1943 was $72 and this I Anderson, Mrs.R. A* Clerk of said Court
I GOOD THRU JUNE ZkJLJFUJldl boys for use on the outing.: comb. Mrs. Albert T Frank Lnndrum, Stark' Ftont
year .will 'be $82 while the national F. Demorest, Mrs. Sanford Atty. for Plf. 3.23 Il F

l1 GOOD FROM MAR Ir I TKOOP 70 MEMBERS! average is $105. The aver-' _.,_..m _._m_ "" nn< .' .--.,
teacher'a in Bradford
age salary y
Members of Troop 70 met Mon County this year is $1380 while I HAROLD C. ,WALL JOS- E.: WILSO!(
l TIM tint tlompt will ttcomt good in April day night at the Episcopal Rec- the average for California Is I {

I tory where a game of scrub base $2300. We spend on an average EVERY BRANCH 0 FINS
STAMPS'd only $1017 per classroom while "rF. eSrte" .
n SUGAR ball was enjoyed b e f ore dark.
the average for the country as a
Following the meeting whole is much Mr. U RAN C E
larger. Bishop
H su.Aa | GOOD THRU JUNg 2 Tommy Har the Troop and awarded the deplored the lack of men In the
11 Anothtr stump will become good May I rank of Tenderfoot in a formal teaching profession and stated
that 220.000 teachers had left the '
ceremony. profession since Pearl Harbor. H. C, ; W ALL
t plans were made for participation ;
CLIP THIS CHART FOR FUTURE REFERENCE There were 63,000 emergency t
in the charter presentation .AGENCYConstant
.. .
-- certificates Issued in Florida this
I r{ ceremony at the Rotary Club
year. That alone shows how bad-

Doyle Crews Buys Payne Home Wednesday. ly teachers are needed. In comparison r } Service Over 50 Years

Bradford County has 1-3 el.
} Wins War Bond Miss Patsy' Edmondson, City Florida To Start of the children to 1-8 of the natural ""

I. In Food. Contest employe, has purchased the houseon Service Photo .resources and only 1-6 of

31 a aa North Church street belongingto the revenue for schools In the Please Phone 146CLASSIFIED,
Doyle'1 Crews, young son of Mr.
Series On
!t : Mrs. J. N. Payne. The prop- ScreenA state.
j ,, and Mrs. Kirby Crews of Route Following Mr. B 1 is Mr.
iy4 ;' 2. Starkel; ba.. been awarded a erty Is'described as lots 4'and 5, : feature of unusual Interest Wainwright and Mr. Johns r I IThar's

I ; $25 War Bond as district winnerin .block 18, Livingston & Truoy's will come to the Florida Theatre short talks. They said gave they '

the Food for Victory.contest subdivision next Tuesday when the first in thought the legislature was mostlyIn ADS

1 sponsored by the Sears Roebuck the series of photographs of Brad- favor of the proposed programfor

Foundation. News of the award Get Illicit LiquorSam ford County service men will be schools this year, and pledged : VENETIANtfL-INDSmade to order- LOST;=-A Large Holstein. cow" ,,!ft
z was contained In a letter,received shown on the IICreen.I their to the cats in them thar sand- Pate GasseUi; Btarke. Fla. 1.9 3tp' dehorned. W. H. New om"= to
support group when- Box 299 Starke. 111"',
y. thU week by V. R. Ferguson, vocational Morris and Enoch Tyson, The management of the Florida ever needed.Mr. hills! If you don't believe It, ask i MATTRESSES of an kinds renovated I 2.
agriculture Instructor at nabbed officers Pfc. Sam Long, Jr., of CampStanding's and SPENCER SUPPORTS In.I"4.'h'
colored were by upholstered
states that the to their furniture
response Smith
and Mrs. Grace Os- : card. designed. Mrs. Bertha Pr..,..
MP DetachmentSeems
BH.S. I' Tuesday night on the highway request for photographs far exceeded borne gave short reports on their HASTINGS MATTRESS Drop us CP-. Box Went Madlaon St. 1 7-M!&",
a' Crews' record oooka show that Just north of Lawtey and were their More that Long and a fellow "
expectations. committees and explained some 230, Palatka, Fla. FOR SALE-Butser Tomato pill!\*
Pfc John Jeeplng
he planted 8 acres of sweet corn found to be transporting: seven than 300 were submitted and will things that came up before life Kilgore, were 13 per thounand Southern Fki
harvesting 1,369 dozen ears fora flve-gai on jug. of unstamped be shown in series'at the theatre citizen's committee at a meeting around on a routine night patrol PLANTS FOR SALE-Tomato cabbage lettuce, pepper Farm, Arcadia, Fla. 2.14 t-

net profit of $498' ,81. He had "white lightning", Both were re- during the next few weeks. they attended In Gainesville last when all of a sudden the gleam- broccoli. Mrs, onion plant and c..llard .-J.
Ing /of a giant Bobcat flashed Kla. RE!:: ( -On* fnrnlilwil b*
;I 9 hog*, producing 1,064 pounds leased Wednesday upon posting week. eyes W. Bell Lake Monroe. FOR
with kitchen prlvllegetRobert. "
of meat which sold for $02.82. $150 cash bond each. In the glare of their headlightsa IIri Ft
The went record ; with
group on as h..fI
very un-routine sight. FOR SAJ.E-Jers'y day.R. I *, LakerButler, Flo. I II'I
favoring qualifications for ter calf. GIves 3 gallon. a I
+ 11' I County Long drew his trusty automatic L. Batten Rte 1. Box 79.
Superintendents,which would be and the Bobcat (shown above) Starke. Flu"P FOR SALE-1BO yard of lobe",
either a four-year college degreeor plants. I. miles north of Ki
INSUOEWITH E bit the dust In a lonely troop- 'I ELECTRIC R B F RIO E BATOR I River. O. B. MoodY. U f
school d '
,,;, or a m inistratlve experience crossing at the south end ,of, WANTED-Will pay top price HELP WANTED-.Olrl to do lilt
: within i the last three Detachment la' for box In.arood condition. In- housework. May! Jive' In l II"(
camp. The Army Stores, ,;;
quire at National Ired. 'Trainee's wife
1 $ ? WAR I years before running. for that of- having (.30-pound'' cat mounted 128 n. Call St. >tp and husband may etay..
/ BONDS fice. f' I week-end House st Klnph;
THATBEGINNING The nominating committee aa a permanent trophy. FOR SALE-Or trade, 70 acre farm, Lake' Call Major A E. LawlwHa. '
y\\L nicely divided, p wood andcultivated .' 2Wth Bn. 69th Regt. I
( I\eia\
,?f -. presented the names of the same CARD OF THANKS 1 land hnusaand
(I officers of the 'ass oelation! to We take this method to thank two cabins now rented Farm FOR SALE-40x8 or 900xM O*.
IK. on Blandlng highway Z mUestrnm Ur ana li
APRIL 4th serve for the coming all friends and relatives for Clark, year pre-war
1 year. They our Stark- Mr* I* M. mounted on rim. Inquire Stir\
+ were unanimously elected. They their deeds of kindness and sym- Broolcstde Farm. Tire Service.

y are! President ,Mrs. Ruby Mae pathy which brought so much A"
i -"' : :':r OUR DRUGr TORE Perkins Vice-Pre 1 Ide sad and bereaved WANTED TO BUT OR RENT -. AVON COSMKTirS-Forj-oMr. "
.\ ; s n t, Mrs. comfort to our Small piano In usable condition. ,product. sew ,
.. I ONEWAYTICKET Leola Roberts; Secretary, Mrs. hearts (In the passing away of our Write Box 887 or apply 1ZO N. at Edward Service StatlFOR J-2IJ
Eva Anderson and Treasurer Mra. little Thomas Church> St. tf
;.f', WILL CLOSE grandson, Wayne .
,'. .v-... /'I, . Jewel Roberts.A son of Mr. and Mrs. Bishop I HAL,1C salt-one On* oil 6 pieced heater,]'
1 &- vote of thanks was given to Thomas of Brooker, and for the I 30 ROOMS I hot room water heater, on. from w
EACH WEDNESDAY AT NOON the committee in charge of the beautiful flowers which expressedlove suit and large panel mint
Wonder Gift Shop or ,
luncheon and the:meeting was ad- and affection to us and to ALL FURNISHED Church St. '

journed. him who was so near and dear -

"FOR, THE DAY : to us. May God's richest bless- BOOK A 'ROOM AHEAD HELP coin WANTED-Man machIne root to Good wnk'f II,'l

...., ,Troop 70 Members ings ever rest and remain on FOR YOUR WIFE good hours' with, and good bunlne.oppur. .blll'"'
them all. And especially do we, OR PARENTS for man In writingnxperlenee stating. "
; I I'b' II Iy Guests of RotaryFor thank our, dear pastor and Rev.I! an" "C..renL'"t I
Kt,} ; Ga Heat In Each Room 1'"
. Installation H. L. Moody for their last wordsof Box 431-A.

I comfort and. their precious NOTICE-1 will not be re.polll
:l n rA,, TO,AVOID" ANY INCONVENIENCE''It Installation cerem o n i e a for wives who have so faithfully stood LARRY'S PLACE for debt than contracted myself after byother aN.:.II'r

Troop 70 Boy Scouts were held by their side in their call by God KINGSLEY LAKE 15. 1941. Mr! .. A. C. Gullett I
n TRY TO BRING IN , I at the Rotary Club luncheon Wed- to preach hla everlasting gospel. i t tr I"
1 w PLEASE nesday with E. C. Hall prominent Grandparents: Mr. and Mrs. 1000 Feet From B Gate WANED Inqulr. TO at IU BUY.Call S'-'

,' figure In church and civic H. H. Lewis and family. I,
YOUR PRESCRIPTIONS work In Jacksonville, giving an -
ti .;; Inspiring talk on' Scout Ideals.
Members of Troop 70 who were

AND REFILLS .; present In uniform and took partin
7 to 9 Pieces
V the ceremonies were; Joe Mon-

teith. Senior Patrol Leader;
BEFORENOON, WEDNESDAY Emanuel Tillakos. Scribe; Lewis '

Haines and Edward Shull Patrol 'DINING ROOMSUITS IIIIEIIL'2
? nr Leaders; Marcus Clayton, Paul ,

Canova, Henry Ma n a a s a, Dan

;,. Priest Arthur ,Winkler Harold
P c Lennon and Tommy Harding.

Presentation of the hew troop

: charter was made by J. P. Hlg-
V rN KOCH DRUG STORE ,' ginbotham acting committee NOW ON SALE

chairman; and :certificates were
4n+ presented to the following mem- AT A BARGAIN I BEAUTIFUL MAHOGANY

bers of the Troop Committee; A. fl Will Be A Credit To Your HomeRUGS

J. Thomas, J. C. Hoover L. A.
Davis Dr. H. H. Adams Joe E. -
tia Wilson, committee chairman,
could not be present because ofI1Ines. -
INSURANCE Scoutmaster Grover Alison accepted 0
I the charter on behalf of WOOL FIBRE u $ 3OR

the troop. CHENILLE

a dfmg'tlc.all 3l E- fi:" 6asuat J YOUNG PEOPLE OF LAWTEY ALL SIZES \ t t


} u tl r rr 2.25
April 1st at 1p. m. In YOODRANCES
t .' eom ". ,. . Your purchases of the Lawtey Baptist Church the TO
any '
. will
young reorganize their
/ 't War Bonds make the .With-Reservoir.
Trailing Union. Every young $68.50
person In the community Is invited *
'i journey possible . to attend this all-important $52.50 to $104.50

j Independence for our organization meeting. Plans will ,. I"'I -
PREFERRED RISKS ONLY be made to Increase the member- V

+ AND AT A SAVING TO Nation and oppressed ship and build up the union Final Clearance OnBlankets' VISIT OUR

'i 'I"I YOU IF YOUR RISK MEETS spiritually. Please come and takea

: OUR ,,REQUIREMENTS 4 peoplestoday..Finan part In a work that will ad- Children's Department
vance the cause of our Lord and and Comforts

cial independence for Saviour and greatly. benefit the Complete Furnishings

yourself tomorrow. community High -Values At Low; Prices. For Your ,Nursery

.. -
/9.:0. Memorial services will be held - Pote. ;1, ucsrr: O"'Wy' Sunday morning, March 25 at IT'S A FACT YOU CAN DO BETTER AT
: W, T. CLUTE REALTOR .-... '.. the Brooker Baptist Church for
;: ,,#
Frederick. Dean*Hlnton., lie was John
Denmark '
Furniture Co.
the son of Mr. and Mrs. W. H.

.. 119 EAST CALL STREET STARKE W I' I I I-Hinton Sr., of Jasper and has several -
relatives here. He was killed STARKE,.. FLA.

k e in action December 23, 19-14 WE BUY GOOD USED FURNITURE
In the English Channel.


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