Group 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: April 13, 1945
Frequency: weekly
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Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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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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Incision Lost 1944 Easter ,at International

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Anderson Lists Gl's Pet BRADFORD
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Mailed With Only A Three Cent Stampoluc'a
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:\{ Island, NEI soldiers have BO In thin climate Official County Publication/ Established In 1877VOLUMF I

March, 1845i. every night; IH Saturday I .
way to the cavalry night or you lose friends and J SIXTY-SJoJVEN BrAKKE, FLORIDA .'Iun.'v. JU'IUL IS 1945 NU\1I1EI! TWENTY.FIVERed :

C.this'nt,on Officer and morning my"Faith his John I division Eternal"heard L. Chief David bandalng and United Influence IIq. States USAFFE people.e Forces. (r Headquarters in the Far, I I Cross Fund nI ''Bush Insulation Co. Interested !

Te" In preparation for East General MacArthur'a head.

gram emus reminded of Easter me that music.this will 23 quarters Issued) February General Order 11th, awardedus number Tops Quota; In Freezer Locker Plant For Starke !

./ first Faster Sunday In battle credit for the New : I

1 n Guinea Campaign, and each of Totals $16,500
Faster fell us were Issued our first battle 'r
11th r star to be attached to our Asiatic- I Project Endorsed By Chamber of

vprll In Apr" we Pacific fellows, Theatre I sent it ribbon.home Like to Mom most, N. Sternberg;, county chairman, YOU Commerce and CountyAgent's I \
, sailing SPARE
a- who must be figuring on an addition announced yesterday that Brad Office I
flc blue l to the house if she has kept ford County has excee d edits ,I
,1 I t hIelO!' / < quota in the Red Cross War Fund
t,T.C Cape everything. I've sent home up tonow. Drive. The total now stands at THAT THEY CAN WEAR ? Bradford County has the opportunity to obtain a frozen I

,.?. On Siit- $16,537.53 while the designated food locker and processing plant if 300 bona fide food producers I..
April 8thIJnight want it sufficiently to locker in advance
V. Our food has Improved so miraculously quota was $14,200. reserve a ,
the In the past few weeks Lawtey returnsshow $57935 placing the first year's rental in escrow to" be returned if
r\:. !II"(1 I over 0 In the war-torn countries ravaged the is not constructed in time.
that I have regained pounds lost collected and L. H. Hill, chairmanfor plant a year's I a

Inteniatlon-- during the January C-ration that section, states that all ,y by Nazi hordes, 125 million people This announcement was made by Phillip S. Cole, x

Ie t line Into .---- selge. Last month we had fresh reports are not yet in. Large president of the Bush Insulation Co., Inc., of New ,
1II\1\Y:\ April eggs eight times, fresh meat 18 contributors from this area were: : 30 million o/ them chi/Jran-are ins at a called meeting of the Chamber of Commerce last vice'I: 'I

th \I 8 entirely omitting times, and fresh butter 22 days W. H. Edwards Jr $100; R. R.i i I desperate need of clothing-your The meeting was also attended by L M.\ VVhrte,
Sunday from our calen- Thede $75; C. R. Whitehead $50
or State Marketing Board under whose auspices the
Pet Peeves and H. C. Kelly $25 M { clothing-your stare clothing-to I
Among My : People company is erecting locker-
who write, using a three-cent Miss Dorothy Swanbom reported shield them against death from exposure, from disease and processing plants at sev-

ped eight miles down the tamp. Those letters get herein $22.25 collected from the Saxton i!
coma and misery. Every garment helps eral strategic foodproducingpoints 10th Grade Girl P
to our quartermaster 10 week and are pretty and Double Run sections. W. C. Florida.'
few Sunday PMs ago to stale. Three more cents for an Clemons reports a total of $34 \
and while there I met Pfo airmail would the from Hellb.ronn, This proposed enterprise, : "
tamp get
At a meeting held in the Woman's Club building late Wednesday Drowns At
who was a ParkBetty
rd Sturges. Jr., letters here In 10 days. A wordto Mr. Sternberg asks that all which will be known as Coun- ,
afternoon, D. A. Montelth, chairman of the United National
In the Division Quarter- the wise, etc., for I'm not lists and left over supplies be returned try Life Frozen Foods of
r'g Office. His wife :Mary the only GI who peeves eanlly to the chapter office In Clothing Collection In Bradford County, announced plans for the Bradford County, Inc, is not
is the daug h t e r of (anent drive which is being conducted throughout the country from April .Jane Lewis Meyers, 14-
this the
on subject. Armory as soon as possible. I to be confused with the Bradford
Bradford County fame 1 through April 30. year-old daughter of Mrs. II. R.
"Just a of our citizens Cold Storage & Locker
Torodea. Dick opened his Sign today on Headquarters failed to contribute, and these I It Is stated that more than 125 million people in wartornareas Service, an earlier proposedplant Meyers and sister of Larry Lewis,
cker and displayed to me Company bulletin board: "Men of Europe are in desperate need of clothing and this nation-
few can still bring in their con- whose sponsors! are with- was drowned about 12:15: Wednesday I
ollectlon of pin-up girLs-wife over 35 don't have to make conditioning tilbutlons and clear their con- 'I wide effort Is to collect good substantial garments both for winter drawing from the picture.To while swimming In Gold

Kodachrome photos of hikes. We ,respect old sciences", Mr. Sternberg com- and summer wear to be donated by Americans who have clothing to meet priority requirements Head Branch State Park. Mr.
, and two-year-old daughter, Lucky (1)) oldsters. Lewis tried
age. mented. set forth to rescue her but
the War Production
taken at
Some spare.The
and that made me Directly below was another no- following sub-stations have been designated in Starke where Board, construction of the failed. The body was recovered
ley ick for a moment.k tice: "Another party in the day H. V. Knight NamedAss't. I I clothing may bo left for collection: Torode Chevrolet Co., Ford plant-to bo located. just north of within a few hours and Pulmotor
room is row before congress; I Edward's the State Farmers Market equipment was called from Camp
Meridian Miss boy. Garage, Service Station, Fire Department Gulf Service -cannot -
tide Is me a stay and eat a steak think it will pass. Apple Jack U. S. Attorney; Station, Carden's Service Station and Smith's Garage. Persons who begin until 300 of the 600 Blandlntc but efforts to revive her t

French fried potato supper will represent enlisted personnel." Moves To Gainesville have clothing to donate and cannot leave it at one of these sub- lockers It will contain are rented failed. The Ga.body, was shipped after-to
I That last day room party WASa for la advance
cd off with raisin pie) withDon't stations are asked to notify Mr Monteith at J. M. Alvarez' store. a year by bona noon by DeWitt C. Jones. She
corker. Incidentally, Apple Jack Hollis V. Knight, prominentlocal fide farmers Tho rentals so paid
you know he had a I Later in the month a house to house canvass will be conducted. was a 10th grade student at Bradford -
March was the life of that last party. attorney, took up residencein will be held I In escrow by theFlorida
time persuading me? I Most urgently needed are the following: High School.
from Apple Jack (not a who, but a Gainesville Monday upon his Dank at Starke until the
Dick was transferred to ; what) Is a potent compound of appointment as. Assistant United, INFANTS' GARMENTS1 of all types, particularly knit goods. plant is completed

Quartermaster D, 106th Medical Company Bat- I GI ethyl alcohol filched from the States Attorney I MEN'S AND BOYS overcoats, topcoats, suits, coats, jackets, The project In being: sponsoredby Former Resident

any medics and canned apple juice shirts, work clothes, overalls, coveralls, sweaters, underwear, robes,
the Starke
is known Chamber of Commerce -
APO 31. Company D of I Mr Knight favorably : Returns To Starke ,
decal' battalion operates then : filched from the mess hall throughout the State and servedas pajamas, knitted gloves. and Is also strongly endorsed -

hospital. State Attorney from 1927 to'' WOMEN'S: AND GIRLS overcoats, jackets, skirts, sweaters, by County Agent L. T, Mr. and Mrs D. McMurry ar-

A recent letter from an old 1931. He has appeared as coun- shawls, dresses, underwear, aprons, jumpers, smocks, robes, nightwear Dyer Members of the Chamberof rived in Starke last week to look

II' meager PX had LIfebouy friend criticized my use of the qE'lln many cases of wide interest knitted gloves. Commerce, as well as Mr. after property interests Mrs.

s only soap for sale lately. word "hell" In a previous ('..1- during his 20 years as a lawyer.He CAPS AND KNITTED IfEADU'E.lH are needed. Women's Dyer, will assist In the rentals of McMurry wiU be remembered as j

III it be that PX Officer Ale umn. Lady, you should come states that his new position hats, dress hats, etc. are not wanted. the 300 lockers necessary to obtain Mrs Dora Sullivan who moved :

(Foley, Flo.) thinks his 'over here and see for yourself! permits him to continue civil prac- I BUDDING: : Blankets, afghans, sheets, pillow cases, quilts. WPD, priority for construc- away from here 10 years ago to 'j
tice, In which he w ill remain tion of the plant.A. make her home In Cleveland
8IIOKS: : Either; oxfords or high shoes of durable type with low
associated In the Shirks Jaw firmof J. Thomas, president of the i Ohio. Her marriage td Mr. Mc-
or medium heels jlpjlred.! Shoeo.wjlh; high heals open, toes or open !
Citizens Knight & Knight. X > Chamber U Commerce, states I Murry.,,i rrnerly..of..r..lp.t'y. Alberta 'II I
Commander Urges backs, evening slippers and novelty types cannot be used. All shoes f..f.
mp Mrs. Knight and their four that every facility'for the proper Canada: took place on Easter -
should be mated and tied securely in pairs, of foods Sunday In Cleveland .
children will remain in Starke purchasing quick frozen (
MPs until the end of the present school t'SABLK REMNANTS: : I'IKCK: GOODS: Cut or uncut materials will\ be provided in the plant Including :Mrs McMurry has property on :

Report Location Of "Duds" to term and will then, move to one yard or more In length, but not rags or badly damaged, dirty a modern abbatolr, to Road 48 east of town, adjoiningthe I'
A. F Murrhee farm. She la
Gainesville. II or worn-out fabrics. take meat animals and poultry"on

Although clothing need not be In perfect repair, it must be foot" and process them for placing this on the market, but t

HiiMrea in Starke, Gainesville, St. Augustine ,and other corn- useful to the people who will receive It Underclothing and all owners in family size cuts and( unless a favorable sale Is obtained -
To Elect
ties in the Camp Blandlng area have acquired a large amount'e Legion types of cotton garments should be washed before they are given, packages, as well as curing and. she and Mr McMurry I

ammunition, projectiles and hand grenades, endangering their I. Officers April 27 but need not be il' ned. smoking/ facllltlt. might decide to stay here and develop ?
BlandIng commander, Today, there are more than the property themselves.
lives and homes, Col. E. C. Rose, Camp
After clothing Is collected or carried to sub stations it will be
V. H, Garden, secretary of the 5,000 similar plants serving two
cd this week.
Jones-Langford-White A m e r lean sent to the main statJ.on-the American Legion Hall--where It will million families In the United. Bond Sales Count

I'rglng' all parent to call wr write Military Police stationed Legion Post, announced yesterday be sorted and packed for shipment, The Legion Hall will be open States, but for some reason Flor i -

towns! or at Camp Itlandlng to get a Camp Blandlng Ordnance that an election of officers from 2 to 5 p. m. on Tuesdays, Wednesdays Thursdays and Fridays ida has lagged behind In this progressive ,, On 7th War Loan

leer to remove the dangerous ammunition Colonel Rose re- will be held Friday, April 27, at for this purpose. moves n t, Mr Cole After April ,9th""

ted that death and Injury* has resulted near Camp BlandlngI 8p.m. All local stores are asked to save large boxes which may be stated. However, through the efforts -

I mar other Army posts from "nonvenlr" munitions. Plans will\ also be made for the used In shipping clothing. If possible, deliver these to the Legion of the State Marketing Junius M. Smith, who headed

Not many Army officers or enlisted men are Ordnance ex- dedication of the new service Hall; If not, notify Chairman Monteith. Board the Bush company has be- the successful 6th War Loan DriveIn

of shell or grenade' Is a safe dud", men's Honor Roll now being com I __n_____ come interested In developing the Bradford County, has agreed i
capable \ when
telling a
the courthouse grounds.All quick freeze Industry In Florida I to serve as chairman of the 7th
el Rose warned. "Many of the objects picked up from training pleted members on are especially urged McCall RequestedNo Three Lawtey Men and already has tor( soon will\ and announces that beginning

s around the post either struck the ground In such a way or to attend this Important meet- have) plants'under construction April 9th sales will count toward j I

defective so that they did not Immediately explode. That Ing. Memorial ServiceDue On Casualty List Marianna, Plant City, Pompano, the quota, although the drive docs! I

't mean they are safe duds. to the request of Pvt Lawtey seemed particularly hard Fort Myers and other food-pro. not officially open until May 14. !

"SOmA may explode later, from heat, being struck or a Z. W. McCall, who was killed in hit one day last week when three during centers. Having been en- Bradford County's over-all
gaged In the building of such quota Is $307,000, with an E Bond J' ;it 4
[ht jarring. Others may go off when handledR'e action in France October 31 of service men from there were
community plants since 1936, the of 9264,000. :
m officer responsible for C4 memorial service named in the casualty list on the quota
dangerous enough so that neither last year, no '
'lJIIJ Bush Insulation Co., has a background The over-all county quota In S
nlng (troops, nor trainees themselves, pick them up.'e put 0)r JtT01'lfJIERCit will be held, it was announcedthis same date: one killed, one wound. of knowledge and experience the 6th War Loan Drive was
week. Pvt. McCall was with ed, and one a prisoner of war.
expert Ordnance Officer on that Job. that insures competent and $2 OOOO,
' fFltl lilft the 141st Infantry, 36th Division, Pfc. Earl B. Futch, son of Mrs. successful !
Thcsa taken by military per- operation.
are the objects which are being 111' when he lost his life. Robert Futch, was listed as killedin to anyone who desires one, it Is jt

d I, civilians or youngsters, as souvenirs". 8 }iL 13) / Mrs. 'Selma McCall of Starke, action In the Pacific Theatre. Plans, MS announced by Mr especially Important right now

olonel Rose pointed out that the danger of such souvenirs Is widow of Pvt. McCall, has received Pvt. Louis E. Nettles, son of Cole, provide that the main pro- that the 300 required from bona

eat that neither Military Police nor the Ordnance Officer! colg -, the Purple Heart Medal Mrs. Bill Nettles, was-wounded In cessing plant, together with 500 fide farmers be taken care of.

' the munitions will ask embarrassing questions as to thee c and the Presidential Citation a- action In the European Theatre. lockers, will be located In Starke, Therefore, any producer of food
of the mong the many letters of condol. Sgt. Leland A. Whitfield, whose while branch locker units will be who Is Interested in seeing a plant
souvenirs.I I i
ence from the government. She wife lives at Lawtey, was announced constructed In surrounding towns, of this nature established here l
I It was, pointed out, however, that military personnel whoun'e has also received letters from as a prisoner of the Ger- an far distant as Gainesville, to should get In touch at once with I

] munitions'from the post or the ranges are committing Pvt. McCall's commanding officer man government. He had beet be served by the main plant here County Agent L. T. Dyer at his 1. i

offense subject to court martial, and that civilians, adult! orfdren and from the chaplain who was rported missing In action since Although lockers will be rented office in the courthouse.

! are not only trespassing on government property" but in charge of the burial service. Dee 21.Landlords. '

emitting theft under federal law. Future offenders face sum- Pvt. McCall was burled In Eastern . :'I'

r'l action, lie warned A. J. Thomas, president of the France out and by the a Protestant service was Minister carried - Refund NEXT WEEK IN STARKE : t; (

n educational campaign involving school officials, parent- Starke Chamber of Commerce, $554 To Tenants .'

er groups, civic clubs and Scouts Is being planned to assist stated yesterday that much Interest Monday, April 16Woman's
Mrs. Selma McCall and Pvt. Eighteen tenants In the Gaines
has been aroused among Society Christian Service, Methodist Church,
e drive Mrs. Mc. ville Starke defense rental area
to recover the dangerous munitions. McCall's mother Mary
Boys done wonderfulIn service men by the organization'soffer Call of .Lake City, and membersof have received $554.39 from landlords 3:30: p m. j F I
and have the first
girls of communities free lots to
nearby "We cannotby to give both families\ wish to extend in refunds of over-the-cell- Boy Scout meetings: Troop 70, Episcopal rectory, 7:30p.
war effort campaigns", Colonel Rose said. hunting"e ten discharged service men here and their deepest appreciation for the Ing rents for the month of Feb m. Troop 112, Methodist recreatiqn room, 7:30: i
and souvenir residence
see this nullified with tragedies from will build a
their permanenthome. many kindnesses shown them dur- ruary 1943- according to a statement p. m. !
e make Starke ing their bereavement. by E. A. Telford, acting
Tuesday, April 17 I
rent director for this area.
Friday afternoon MaJ.. Wm. F. Runge, director of training, Mr. Thomas states that he has Elect During the same period, the Community Bible Hour, Methodist Church, 3 p. m.

quart rs, Camp Blanding, and Capt. Leon S. Theil, Camp pub- already had several Inquiries, but Rotarians rental office collected $82904 In W.M.U. Royal -Service Program Baptist Church 3:30 I

relations officer, met with civic leaders here In the office ofur most of them have been from New Officers treble damages and settled 12 p. m. I

R. McRae, Superintendent of Public Instruction. men still in service. However In, elected cases Involving 12 landlords and City Council, regular meeting, City Hall, 8 p. m. t 1\
Interest Matthews was
"ThU |18 a parental -reooponlllbUlty." Major Runge toM theflap they have shown great E. L. six agents. :
of Starke and Indicate of the Rotary Club Wednesday April 18
of leaders achool. Boy Scouts, Girl the possibilities president In addition to overcharge on
outs. P.T.and representing the educate parents to theroger that they would like to Wednesday to succeed Judge E. rent, he explained, other practicesmost Itotary Club luncheon, Methodist recreation,room, 12:15.: ',
other. "We must
of office
of .och\objects'" become residents here. K. Perryman whose term frequently noted which are Parent-Teacher Association, school building 2:45: p. m. ;,
> collect
allowing their children to The Chamber will meet at 8 expires in July. A. J. Thomas In violation of rent regulationsare Girl Scouts, Episcopal Rectory, 3 p. m. '. '
Major Runge stated that most "duds" are placed In circulation tonight in the courthouseat will be the new vicepresident.In :
Pot Luck Supper Christian Church, 7:30: p. m.
\ ,
"ay personnel who carry them out of Camp in spite of the which time committees will be addition to the above officers Failure to give notice of changeof

hat It Is a court martial offense. He stated that deadlyunition appointed to assist In the work the new Board of Directors tenants. Thursday, April 19 5 5 I

has been, found In several homes in the Starke area of obtaining 300 contracts for the Is comprised as follows: L. A. Failure to register rental accommodations Red Cross Production Rooms open at Legion Home,

elated that It is likely that many more homes contain such proposed freezer locker plant to Davis, Fred Guy J. C. Hoover with the area rent 2p.mto5p.m. "

uHe stressed that knowing the location of such ma- be constructed here. C H. Nasworthy Guy Sale, Jun- office. I.O.O.F. regular meeting, Masonic! Hall, 8 p. m. '
1 should attempt toe active membership drive leI Ius Smith, Nat Sternberg and Changing accommodations by ,
notify the military police at once and not Into I An new Jo*. E. Wilson. enlargement or red u ctlon. decreasing Friday, April 20 5 5 .
hle, of Major it himself The Army is not trying will to get be anyone asked as toe now members In progress have been added many to the The new officers wUl not take I or I In c reaslng servicesand Junior Woman's Club Benefit Bridge, club house, 8 ; I ,

Rurge atated, and no questions t new memobers office until July at which time ,. adjusting the rent before
the "duds" came from. The Army's only Interest at the pres"fc I I group this especially week. These Invited to attend the new secretary and tre.aurer. authorization to do so Is given p.m. 1 1I ,

1 is to before other accidents are the rent office.
dispose of the ammunition 1 I the meeting tonight. will be elected. by I f


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THE BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH Gaskins of Bartow. munity. She is making her home shopping in Palatka
State Farm Marie Wiggins of Jacksonville LawteyBy with her brother, D. J. Phillips, Mr, and Mrs. Friday< ,'

Helen Sr. Alachua visited the IMffi
spent last week-end with
EnUbUshod 1877 By Mm. Bryan \Vhltfleld By WARRENS Mrs M. M. Castleberry of urday f
1 1 TSjf E. L. Matthew ____-________ Editor and Owner e e e e e e e e e e e e e Wlhltfleld.Mr.i S e e e a e e e 555S Miami Is visiting 'her parents Mr. The L.L.L. Aid
> and Williams and was
BRIDGE CLUB MEETINGA Mrs. I, Fred Davidson of Wash- and Mra. J. C. Cochrane for: a Wednesday afternoon !oh'!!
children and Miss Kathleen Doug- and
F. 'f' Published' Weekly on Fridays and Entered as Second Class Matter mixture of spring flowers of las joined other members of their ington spent several days here few days. the home of Mrs. s. 11, Dod met
# at the Pout Office at Starke. Florida. harmonizing colors added to the the home of last week with her husband's par- Shepard and Jessie Adklns of Midlakes. Officers were
attractiveness of the home of Mr. family for dinner at ents, Mr. and Mrs. Grant David- Jacksonville Visited the Swindelland and a picnic supper ell!(
Mr. and Mrs. W. Williams In was
and Mrs. L. F. Chapman when D. Hersey families Saturday.Sgt. by the members and enjo
Oh Barnum What MONDAY NIGHT we Mra. Fielding Chapman entertained Lulu Sunday.. son.Miss Starkewas We hope to I1It
visited relatives Evelyn Edwards of Richard Veale of Fort get all the ,
went to the circus or Mrs. H. M. Richard YOI
Frauds Are PerpetratedIn the State Farm Bridge Club visiting her' parents Mr. and Benning is spending a few day people. and adults Interested
cir- In Gainesville Wednesday.Hampton .
rather to the alleged
Wednesday aft ern o o n of last this work.
Mrs. T. O. Edwards several days with his sister, Mrs. J. C. Coch- ..
i Thy Name! CU9. week. Of the two tables of play- this week. Miss Edwards Is em-
S a e e a e e e e e a ei -
rat In self defense, let us ers Mrs. L. F. Chapman, won hIgh ployed at the Bell Telephone Co. rane.Misses Ruth Sibley Irene Coch- AT FIRST

hasten to add that we went for the sole purpose of prize and Mrs. J. R. Kite second I John Jenkins who Is stationedat rane and Grace Dickinson were SIGN OF A

taking a little three and a half year old girl for whom high. Mrs. L. A Shepherd Miss the Naval Air Station in Jack- week-end visitors of Mrs S. H.

we'd go through even greater punishment-if neces- Rose Lee Dunbar and Mrs. Thomas By Mrs. M. C. Sweeney sonville was visiting: Mr. and Mrs.F. Dodd at Midlakes.Mrs. 0.11I.

F k Ufflemann came to the. party at R. Carradine last week. S. R.. Swindell, Pfc. and c:
sary. e. e e a a e e e e e e
tea and Mrs. Uffleman
the hour
.+ 1 In her childish innocence the little girl though the won the "bingo" prize. \i. 31.I I'. .MEETING Miss Helen Lott and Miss Eve- Mrs. James Swindell were visitingIn ua 666
fi haven't kick coming. Mrs. M L. Watterson: was Iyne Colson of Starke spent last Starke Thursday.Mr. .
show swell maybe we any consisted of
was so ments RefreSh-I.
and Mrs. A. H. and told
. Thursday and Friday here with Kelsey Preparation at ;
But on second thought, we think we have. cream_ cake, coffee, J. .101'ss .to the Womeii'H illusionaiy Miss Evelvne Warren. I Jirtci
stand and the people of a com salted nuts.PARTY : society ot tne Baplat: Church - : -
p t! It's hard to by see Mrs Vesta Reddish of -- --
munity hoodwinked out of several thousands of dol- FOR YOUNG FOLKS on Monday ..tterroon..trl ville Is spending Jackson-I I

lars and not raise a voice in protest. True, this money Inclement weather turned a IrteicsUng! ( program: was eu- with her brother-in-law and sister 0

was not as "hard-earned" as it once was; true most planned weiner roast into an Indoor ?JojfU with all taking part In i.e Mr. and Mrs. F. R. Carra-

of the people present were probably "flush" and raring party when Mr. and Mrs. devotional Durln? I he social dine.Mrs.
t, to spend; but the principal "of chicanery involved is J. H. Moncrief entertained for period! Mr. John Carey was given Joe Brown was shoppingin The Gift That. Only You Can Give. .

ad t just as base, and a gyp is still a gyp, whether it's rob- their daughter Doris, at the Community u surprise handkerchief showerby Starke Tuesday. YOUR
Building Friday night. her friends and a lively floral
bing a millionaire or taking candy from a baby. . . . . . . .
Dancing was enjoyed for several picture was presented to her bv
i frank about it hadn't expected PHOTOGRAPH ,
To be perfectly we .
hours by the following young the W. M. U. as a token nf
lM f too much in the way of entertainment BO we have no. people: Misses Joan Carpenter, esteem and appreciation: for her T h e r es s a Studio open each day till a

a crow to pick concerning the sorry spectacle that was Madge Brownlee and JoAnn Dink- untiring services in the church 9
Miss including Sunday
brazenly ballyhooed as the "big show". But what we I Ins of Starke and their hostess, work. Ily Ida Hagon p. m.,
e e e e e e e a e t. S a e No appointment necessary
S do object to is the hoodwinking of the public via the Miss June Caldwell; Misses Janet I Mrs. Carey and lltt'e' daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Lacy Thomas and Satisfaction Guaranteed

old candy game, and the fact that tired, eager-eyed Anderson, Peggy Ann Wigginsand Elizabeth will leave this week for Elbert Britt of Lake Geneva and
children were kept waiting from eight o'clock, the time Billie. Jean Pollock of Starke their home In Wisconsin. They :
Mr. and Mrs. Lee Burkhart of
l advertised for the performance to begin, until 9:30: who were house-guests of the have lived in Hampton for abouta Hampton visited the Thomas family HOLLYWOOD CAMERA & GIFT SHOPCall
honoree; and Misses Ann Wilt ot and have been
: o'clock when the first of the alleged 25 Big CircusActs" year < pleasantly last week.
Starke Lou e 11 a and Melvene located in the horns of \
When find the who
entered the ring. we
guy Mrs. Leon Tomlinson and Mrs.
1 Davis, Lila Rae Caldwell, Pauline tenon's. Street,At Railroad
_ counted those acts we will have found the world's most Brannen, Melba Stringfellow and George Ezell of Jacksonville visit
1 it's well there weren't ed their Mrs. R. M. Her- '"'
flagrant inflationist. But just as Mary Lou Yarbrough: and Bobby; Mrs. H. B. Wiggins and Mrs. mother ( )

t. more. Beam Louis t Halnes, Charles W. E. Rhoden were shopping In sey Jut week-end. --= _..A '
In order that parents with children will know how Smith Joe Montelth "Sonny"Shull Gainesville on Monday Mrs. E. S. Sibley was a busi- -- -
ness visitor to Gainesville Mon-
to govern themselves the next time one of these hoaxes and Billy Miles of Starke ;I MI's. W. H. Smith spent several

j'' comes along, this is the way the schedule ran Monday and Spencer Crews, Jimmie days in Miami with her mother; day.We are glad to welcome Mrs. ". "
a ,, night: Brown Godwin. Delbert Crews and Mrs. J. M. Lee.

Jimmie Godwin. Coca-Colas were Mr. and Mrs.:"''Vivian Saxon and NOTICE OP INTENTION TO APPLY -
At 8 o'clock the time advertised for the "one show"a"
served with the "hot dogs. who FOR OHUKIt TO SELL
of the day, a rasp-voiced barker took the mike and family, have been living for I LANI1 some time la Berkley, Calif. Notice 1 la that JamesW.
returned hereby given
advised those waiting that it would be another half Friends of Mr. and Mia. R. W. to their 'home here on Pettyjohn of Jacknonvllle, FlorIda
ii hour before they even started selling tickets for the Brannen will be Interested to an guardian of the estate of
Tuesday. Friends will be Inter-
John H.
Klnluw. non compos men-
? main tent. In the'meantime, while you're shifting from know that their nephew, Pvt. J. ested to know that Vivian, has tiM, has filed In the Circuit Court
W Beasley] of Lake Butler, has of. Bradford County, Florida his StationPHONE
uu, one tired foot to another (he said in substance) you been heard from and la a prisonerof received a discharge from the petition for the Bale of certain ,
; might just as well buy a ticket, for fifty cents, to In U. S. Navy and will be In Florida lands In the estate of Raid Incompetent -
4 war Germany. It Is hoped situate In Bradford
1 County
enter' the side show, which is just opening up. Being that his release will not be too permanently Florida particularly described as

allergic to side shows we have only heresay evidence far off and that he will be returned Mrs W. B. Alexander Mrs. M. follows Lot 8: and the North one-half of
as to the swindle perpetrated in that particular tent home safe. L. Maynard and Miss Wilma Alex Lot 9, Block ID, Temple's Addition 147 RING 2 FOR SERVICE

but hearsay is enough. Mrs. Charles Turney and little ander of Starke were guests Mon- to In the Kckntlrtn Town 9 of H Starke Florida ft-
Township --------- -
7v S At 8:30: o'clock the managers condescended to open daughter JoAnna, of Jacksonville day of Mrs. M. C. Sweeney.C. sjtl;:' Marine- 22-'Kant, In Bradford :
-_ lt the ticket window for the "big show" and the mad came Sunday for a visit with Mr. E. Harper returned Monday and Bald County guardian, Florida will at 10 o'- O Washing Polishing
and Mrs. C. M. Turney. from an extended visit with relatives clock A. M. the 30th day of April, I
scramble for tickets and seats consumed the next half Oil Changing
A. D. 1945 or as soon thereafter I
Accompanied! her sister In
by and
Leakesvllle Miss.
'? hour. As usual upon entering the tent, the ticket a* counsel can be heard apply to
nelce Mrs, Bard Gale and Sharon the Judge of the Circuit O Greasing
Archie G. Kiland of the Mer- Court JVaxing
holders confronted with the old offer-
,'JJ were chair-gag, Gale of Pal a tka.. Mrs. J. W chant Marine ttradford County Florida, for
arrived Sunday fora authority to sell said land at pri- O Electric Arc
ing you the privilege of viewing the splendors that Welding .
Woodward left
Saturday to
s visit with his wife, Mrs. Doro- vate sale In accordance with the
were to unfold from the vantage point of an individual ifr parents. Mr. and Mrs. T. A. thy Etland. terms. and conditions net forth In Tire Repairs
r chair upon payment of an additional fifty cents. As White In Mesa, Arizona. Court.his said petltlton now 'filed in said

i4'' usual,' some succumbed, some didn't. .At least you Mrs. J, G. Caldwell and daugh- week Mrs.with J. T.relatives Guy Is in spending this Dated this 23rd day of March A One-Hour Battery Charge Services
Gainesville. ,
A. V. 1945
: had a choice. ;crs aliened: re-unton of their Bruce Maxwell spent the weekend JAMES W.'f'ETTYJO5O. Auto Lite BatteriesAMOCO

At, !D) o' lock, when the show should have been half family at the home of Mr. and in Jacksonville with his aunt, Uuardlan John II of, Klnlaw the Estateof Non C
D. Green In Fairf.eld:
t over, according to advertised time, they were'just getting Mrs. Leo Wiggins. Compos Mentis. : ...,. ..;,;, :'
Sunday. Elliott
Adams Attorney for Guar-
r a ready to perpetrate the supreme fraud of the John P. Sapp of Lake City has Men J. W.: Horne and sons, dian. 8-30 4t 4-20

'1 evening-Jthe selling of perhaps five cents worth of been the guest of Mr. and Mrs J. W. Jr.. and Billy, with her

candy and junk at 50 cents and a dollar a throw. We C. H. Wainwright since Sunday. mother Mrs. J, H. McAlhaney GAS-OIL-GREASE

j made a conscientious effort to follow the spiel of this Little Patricia McRae of McIntosh spent Sunday sight-seeing at Silver FLOOR

: glib-tongued super salesman to discover the techniqueby came Monday to visit her Springs. SURFACINGAND

which rational people are induced to fight for the KI'and parents. Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Mrs. T. C. ChastaIn and Mrs.J. FINISHING

,wM'. privilege of buying an "empty box" for a good old Bouvier. J. Pickren have recently been RIDE
American dollar. But with the plaintive voices of Vacation. days began on April shopping In Gainesville. LOCAL REFERENCES

weary children in our ears, wanting to know when the 6 I for the Farm children who attended Mrs. W. H. Smith, of Hampton FLOORS CLEANED Florida Motor Lines Busses

show was going to start, it was impossible to follow with Union County schools Junction has as her 'guest Mrs. AND WAXEDC.
his line. If it ran true to form, however we strongly Raiford exercises In Pearl East.Senator. For Safety
Thursday night and In
., suspect that those who yielded their greenbacks so Lake Butler Friday night. and Mrs. Charley E. A. POWELL

willingly were led to believe that there MIGHT be a Guests of Mr. and :Mrs. P. D. Johns and daughter Markeley Telephone Comfort & Economy
Ann of
Starke, were Sunday visitors -
pair of silk hose a fountain pen or some other valuable Fancher and Mrs. P. D. Fancher, of 1143-J or Write
? Mr.
Mrs. Vivian
gift in those gaily colored boxes. Jr, from Thursday until Sundaywere Rt. 2, Box 88, Gainesville I
on and Mr.
i and Mrs B. Y. Saxon. I
Perhaps there's no law against this sort of thing, for Mrs. W. W. McCrary, young

.cis after all the slick-haired gentleman didn't actuallycome Bill McC r a r y and' Miss Elsie

right out and tell the folks there was a valuable Ilatt of Jacksonville.

: .' gift in EVERY box, and they did get five pieces of Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Bradley and

"kissy" candy and a miniature cardboard picture frame children, Leslie and Carolyn, spent On the refresh
Friday with relatives In Jackson- Have Coca-Cola
for their dollar, didn't they But if there IS no law way, . a

r to prohibit this polite brand of thievery, then new laws ville.Mrs.. Drew Sweatt left Mondayfor

should be written. Hahlra, Ga., where she will
r : At 9:30: o'clock sleepy-eyed children were rewarded visit Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Reaves. E
sl I
by the "grand" entrance of the big show's opening act. Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Davis and -_- t

tW The least said about this the better.. As stated above, children, Melvtne Joyce and Clifton Jiiiii ,

we hadn't expected anything to begin with and our were guests of Mr. and Mrs. .

expectations were realized beyond our wildest dreams. W. M. Rhoden In Macclenny during -

a Suffice it to say that of all the dirty, tawdry, frumpy, the past week-end. r
Guests of Mr. and Mrs. R. W. ,1 I
dowdy, slatternly} slovenly<<; shabby, scrubby_ and tar- Brannan durln e, t._ ... e week_-'end ,,,,
'r msnea spectacles we have ever seen, this was tOPi--or; were Mr. and Mrs. M. D. Brannen

',, rather bottom. and son. Delbert, Mr. and Mrs jjGr
Before the alleged "big show" had run 15 minutes J. B. Taylor and son Harold of I

aid R, the conspirators were back again selling tickets, for Jacksonville and Mr. and Mrs.

'' t another fifty cents, for the Wild West show that would D. H. U e a sl e y and daughter,, ,

4 immediately follow the big' show. We didn't stay around Martha Jane of Lake Butler.

K' to see whether anyone remained for the Wild Luncheon guests of Mr. and

l ,, West spectacle or not. We presume they did however, Mra. H. M. Rlcharde Thursday
were Mr. and Mrs. J. H. RItch of
jld knowing the American public's infinite capacity for
,i1 absorbing punishment. Jacksonville, Mrs. Henry Betheaof
t Perry, Mrs. Donald Boner of -
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.fl+, < in Serving, justness in the fee. courtesy TQIIOWCan't

1 throughout-these ,constitute the

4 t t+ie elevated ideals service.of a modern and trustworthy either.afford Automobile an accident Lia- . quenching thirst at the filling station

"' ,1 ,t.r bility Insurance protects When you stop for gas at the service station, pause for refreshment, i -
;,<' YOU in case of an acci

dent. too. Wherever you drink Coca-Cola, it's the quick, sure answer to 4i

thirst. On_the road or in your family circle, ice-cold Coca-Cola stands
3I AMBULANCE]! : SERVICE Charley E. Johns

; Agency for the pause that re/restes,-has become a high-sign of kindlymindedpeople.

;, Funeral Director Phone IS STARKE FLA.S& .
i + Phone 7STARKSI You naturally hear Coca-Col
: I called by its friendly abbreviation
FLORIDA i '.......... STARKE I"Coke Both mean the quality pro*
IUprw ntlng THE TRAVELERS Hartford BOTTLING CO s net t>f The Coca-Co1a Company'

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1-il.: JOURNAL Mary ip Shuford Ellen, Mary Waadin.Ella Ward. street, Eva Jean Reddish, Carolyn-, Earl Anthony, Metvcna Davis Ona gins Stuart Vandlvere. I ANT. ) NO 11'''' TO AI'PRAIl ':" ',

11th .1( Rosa Seletta Sparks Betty Turner Demorest, Billy Smith, Donald 7th Grade HTATR <>r FIXMtlDA to: Ar.hle
Gl'1UleBeatrice ,
Robert T u r nr. V. OrtrriK whose" residence U Margerlte Tracey, Lillie Mae Trlest. Juanita Anders Peggy Dale Georgia' i I
Barnes Lila Rae
Caldwell Walnwrlght .
i Grade You are required: to 111'I'\ "
STAFF SOCIETY' NEWS Luella Davis. Martell Ed- 10th Grade Joyce Gatewond, Kenneth Grl- Jerry Merritt, Frank' R08IIf'r. May T, 1(145( In I the ahoynamed ;

let ____ Gloria Cooper land mondson Jerome Johns, Dorothy Marian Brown, Hilly Edwards, der, Lewis Haines Charles Smith, Marcella Ayers, (Court and cause, """h..r.ln11I.lnIiU\ I
My II. Marvella *
Iltor-tn-CII can't
Myrtle get over Mott, Frances T a y t lor. Myrtle Mildred Edwards, Jeanette Gre- Colla Jo Dumlar. Catherine Galn- seeks. unty IT..trrltph
Diographles --
nlo' the Home EC. program! All girls Matheny, Doris' Moncrlef, Sue shall pilbllch thin Order
Martell Edmondson Thomas, Charles Thornton, Gloria mer Harvene Waticrson, Jackie ey, James Gnttnett. Alma 1 Jean
.J Thomas Lila Rae wer swell and believe me, you Cooper, Ethel Mae Durling Hazel Haskins Bertie Morgan Samuel Parker Madge Brownlee, June Matheny, Marian McRae. In next fnur weekly Issues,
Features -** guys, they made their dresses %Wftneii. my hand and) officialeesl I
Cldwell{ Luella Davlll. nettle themselves. Seemed I heard Fields, Anlce Green Esther Grif- Ronfroe, )Elizabeth Snpp. Joann Caldwell. Leslie! Griffls. Minnie i\1 riiK-rrr on irr. nilI>KOUI> nt Ktnrko, .'101'1"la. thin April f
Hayes ,I a fis. Bettle Hayes, Betty Jean Hi- King, Jane Wentworth Lou Hazen. Danlelia Jordan, IdellLandl'um. 4'1,1'I't', KI.OMIIItl IN ('1INI 2nd, 1945.tfWF".tAL.
Johns'! distant wolf call when the girls att, Roy Howard Merry Beth Oth Grade << F.IIV.Jnatiltii 8KA1..) A..J. Thomas,
___ Jerome I I
I Vivian McRae, Virginia -
fulfils rkf Maud Court.
were swell and believe me, 1'llIllIlIrf1'1'1.' An < |<<
or" Marvin Montgomery you Knight, Margaret Monteith, Mar- June Bell Blanche Nazworlh, Mulligan Isabelle Parker Billie I V. (hl tfls. IVIYmlunt. "'1\'''' No. Moll. J. 8.! llnrrlnon' Ijiw J KurlmnitBLUllliltllK
Ralph. I vin Montgomery, Lee Over- I ckM..nvlllB.... I Plurliln.n .
Evelyn NewsomeFOTILL Mary Audrey Prevatt, Jeanette Priest, Jean Pollock, Peggy; Ann Wig DUilO.OKOKK
8e NewS Riddle of the week: Why does ----- .--- -- __-_- _n -_ ---- OP_.rt't.-t.K-ATlON \ \: for Plf. 4.' 44 l -<11
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SESSIONThis the mention of Martell E. make :
best time Red Wadsworth blush? Need It I J
seems to be the
be answered?
that school fs not out Brave littIeHarts "
i tell you of Hear Bobby B. has the mumps.If .

,t. From the appearance everyone would get them may- ,
around the school Items be there'd be
icrythlns exemptions 'on account"on .
to be quite a, play house. account of mumps. I
think the end of shouldn't be giving you all any

pool oat students Is the playing lme to around stop studyg Just- soon ideas Bobby.I guess. Anyhow get well that will Never !

and begin tired of Rumor la that Billy (Burncy, Forget
are ;
cause they Now, of all times Is thee of course) has a mighty purty "
hool birthday present for Carolyn R.
to study because this deter- I'm not a-telllng what It Is-You .
factwhethor -
meg that Important all'!! haft-a find out for your.
either i is I
not you are promoted selves.
higher or out Into the
i a grade Wandered into the primary I
you are on your : I II
lorld where
building tother day and who didI / I I
see teaching! None other than
n.While is still time why
there "Professor" (to you) C. W. Col- 1
really get down and 1
>n't you son. Ah-the power of a paddle. j /
least learn ,
udy" You can at All In fun, of course! C. W. is ;
methlng for the last months month quite some teacher really-. K. 1/ ) I ,
other seven
en If your then-believe It or not! I
You caa certainly
i pre wasted. Why George S. I didn't know
urn how to behave If you will you like blondes so especially, or 4'4'c i
That laimcthuig
little effort.
,e just a all teachers have been should I say-lately? 4 4a
Beatrice B.'s sister was visitingher
to teach you all year but i N i '
ylng In school tother day. Didn't
If their efforts were
looks! as catch her name but thot' she
i vain. Are you proud becauseu shore was cute. Come to see us
are a loud-mouthed smart- again sometime. j
eck who never gets his lessons
Glory be! B. C. Holtzendorf
long as I get
jjt "Just as
says really had a hair cut-and I
else makes any dlf-
nothing mean a hair cut! Anyone want to
rence? I sell a wig? Well-
There is something still more Gloria Cooper was elected Edi- e t x 1f d9

iportant to think about whileu I tor of the paper for next year. 1
> are showing off. That is the Congratulations. Gloria. Know

mslderation for your fellow you'll oa:.I a swell editor.
udents. Examinations are only Have you all seen Evelyn N.'s

e week off and all of you are clothes-pin necklace? Very cute .
t on exemptions. There la anail and unusual. What will they
possibility that there will think of next? ,

exemptions: but there Is also All of us miss Lorene M. and I I

greater possibility there willt Hope she'll be back with us soon. .
be. Do you know why? Just Have you all noticed:
cause you spent all of your Merlin W.'s cute grin? I ;,

me i showing off and not study- Bobby T. and Marvin M.'s plaid I

g. Your fellow students who shirts? I ' .
> 9tJ= lk
ave studied and really worked Margaret M.'s big blue eyes. y a1t sk ,
rd have to be penalized too all Billy E.'s curly hair? L"0 "'-4 4 t 11P1'Q C kb v s
cause you had no consideration Lila Rae C.'s bangs and pig 5' H' k __' 4_
r the other person. tails? I

Billy O.'s almost regular attend- a '
HAPEL PROGRAM ance, lately? I'
Y HOMK MAKING DEPT 1 Ralph A.:'s senior class ring? ?
Jackie's feather bob? I ; 4
The Bradford Home Makingcpartment
Charles Mooney, Billy Miles and -
inter- -
gave a very -
tlng educational program In Charles Knight's G. I. hair cuts? ..1
Warren W.'s freckles?
iscmbly Thursday morning Eunice G.'a cute littleness? I Hard and cruel Have Keen the lives b t. 'And remember; these pitiful children"of .

tblted Two! units during of the work program were ex-of hair Clarice? R.'a beautiful curly red young ones in war-torn countries. Children today will be our proud partners of tomoryJ7hat: 4 i

Jhich the first was Meal Plan- William Matheny's school-girl like these-30 million of them-are hungry,' row in keeping the permanent peace we are j

ing, Preparation and Serving. giggle? homeless, nearly naked. Deaths from ex fighting for I Isn't their everlasting friend 1 Get together all J ; I
the exhibited dealt with
[able part Setting and Etiquette, home-work Billy Brooks? undying love for posure are often as many as deaths fromstarvation. ship worth your spare clothing?' children',end can.< i

which five girls took part. Ase Adios, chums-See you In the Tuberculosis and typhus run America must help clothe about 125 mil. suit,
ocedure announcer of setting read an the Individual correct next! rampant among them. ,ilion men, women and children in Europe ,Iov.., underweir ( |
hcwli and ell knit I
ace cover, the girls placed table SECOND GRADE Never will their brave hearts forget the alone.I This month'A' must collect 150 1

oth, pieces of silver, plate napes We had a nice time at our Eas- horrors of Never will their grateful million pounds of serviceable used clothing 2 T..k. your l
glass, bread and butter war. .
and all the children DEPOT new or
late, cup and saucer,, salt and enjoyed ter party the egg hunt.A hearts forget your gift of the clothing they so to take care of part of their needs TEE collect it .

i-pper shakers making Individual Richard Franz which hangs Some of that clothing must be yours-as
new pupil, sorely need-clothing now un 3
ace covers. Then they were Support your Local I I '
atcd and carried on a mock eat- from Ohio, joined our group last used in your closet-or reposes forgotten in much as you can spare. jilt contribution but
week making an enrollment of 34
g service, using all pieces of pupils in our room. your attic. Will you do your share today
Iver, and passing food.
The children are busy trying to
The second unit exhibited dealtith
see who can read the most books, I
clothing construction and
,'eryday manners with Introduc- aa out.outside Several reading have, before read schoolis two

ons. All girls participatingore books already. UNITED NATIONAL CLOTHING
dresses made in home mak-
One of our boys has a birthday I ,
g classes at school. The variety
| this week, which means that the

|lalds dresses, stripes consisted, checked of and solids print-, pretty children cakes will be and busy candles coloring on for Overseas War Relief HENRY J. KAISER, i

J materials, all in cute smart
birthday cards. Happy

K'atterng. strict for school the,afternoon house work morn-and Richard! -A. Ward *. APRIL I to 3O

Athletic occasions. I

Three classes were chosen to f
xhiblt their dresses as well as FOURTH < ,
air manners with Introductions. enough Last money month our to buy room some library This Advertisement Sponsored by The Following Members ol'The

a Ute announcer read the correct' books. We raised $10.10 < !I

Jrocedure of Introductions. and bought 15 books. \
The girls taking part were: We have learned 25 Bible 'WONDER GIFT SHOP FRANK'S FINE

Betty Home Harvene Watter- verses and earned a New Testa- :
M,, Elizabeth Sapp Evelyn Grits ment apiece. BRADFORD HARDWARE' CO. G I S L A 1 GRILL"I. ;
Merry I
Winkler Marian Rase -
Carolyn Edwards, Mrs. Bridges.
Ida Mae Johnson. Stella Mae FLORIDA BANK AT

ayes Jane Wentworth Beatrice SEVENTH GRADE KOCH DRUGSTORE. Member F. I). I.

;ames, Martell Edmondson, Lou I
(dwards. Mildred Thomas. Irene We regret to hear that James FRED F. STUMP CARPENTER'S I + I

eveland, Selma Sapp'and Ann Douglas has broken his foot. We I I
'Ut. are making a booklet on "The BARNEY'S DRINK STAND HOLLYWOOD CAMERA '; ,

The girls of Miles Standish."
participating ,In the Courtship
able Setting and Etiquette were: We nave a new pupil In our

Cozette Sapp Blanche Butler. room Donald Shull. At The Baa
atherlne Revels Berta Lee Harry Green. Miss Herlong KIDD'S '.. )j


We are glad that Betty Jean TEMPLE & LAKE SERVICE

were sorry to lose Marcus Clark has returned to our room ROGERS JEWELRY &
layton" from our room. Am moat after living in Lady Lake for a DENMARK FURNITURE CO.LEILA'S i

,t, you know he was seriously In- month. NEW{ METHOD :
red by a rifle grenade We all enjoyed an Easter egg DRESS SHOP & BEAUTY SALON t

Two more boys from our room hunt the Friday before Easter. MAGNOLIA : I
re gone. They are. J. I* Al- Bertie Mae Smith found the most THE STAG

ares! and.Marshman Reddish. eggs and there were plenty for '. THE B A lJl :
WlTAf. glad to have Bertrew ailWe colored pretty Easter STARKE COCA COLA

any back! after an attack of pictures for our room and made BROWNSTEEN'S ; ':
Fever. Easter baskets. ,\ #
We are filling our third Red. Mrs McRae BLANDING I
rOIl,! box MARUCA'S GROCERY At Blanding

-Joan. Carpenter. HONOR ROLL,

GII11. GRADE -Dorothy Barnes, Bobbie Beck-
The eighth grade ha* recently ham '-France Colley Audrey EASTERN AUTO SUPPLY JORDAN'S

shed a new Pupil Marvin Whlt- Crews, Dorothy' Crosby Marie ;
We have also filled two Edwards Oleeta Green. Stella CHARLEY E. JOHNS, AGENCY-Insurance H. C. 'WALL, AGENCY -

Ore Red Cross b Olt: e al Both Mae Hayes Barbara Home, Gar-
Ightl1 Crades are working on a nlta Hutto, Marian Johns, Bar- MAUDE'S PLACE S II A F .

)okIet In "teratureabout EvaneUne. bara Keen Aileen Kelley, Eus-.

a poem by Longfellow. tace Kelley. Billy Matheny DAVIS HOTEL MILLIGAN'S

Demorest Clarice Rosier Coietta fMpp Phil

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he "has friends" . His smoke I I 34784108. Btry. A, 881st F. A. Bn. an address In '''f

II j SOCIETY and CLUBS District MeetingOf LewisSkipworthFriends bill runs right around $250 an- APO 417, N. Y.. N T. . gentle hint to.. ,)?, "'

: . Vivian what . well, Y'Ou'
, U.D.C Held Here here will be Interestedto nually Surprised to see So don'tthis forget
1 I Last Week learn of the marriage of Flor- Saxon back in these parts and Aside to relaters: When I give kJ.f
wearing civvies instead of Navy Cta,.
Woman's Club ence Irene SkiPworth of Apopkato
Baptist BrotherhoodHas District Two Enjoyable Meet Makes Plans Division, United Daughters of the on Friday, April 6, at the home discharge and I'm glad to report Quality Clothing: and Shoes at Po
For May Breakfast Confederacy met here on Thurs- of Dr. S. L. McCarty, pastor of that California didn't succeed II War I Prices.The l P-
An enthusiastic meeting of the in him from
7i day, April 5, and were entertained the Apopka Presbyterian Church.Mr. winning away
; members of the Brotherhood of :Mrs. B K. Perryman, newlyelected ay the VV. T. Weeks Chapter. The Lewis lived In Starke priorto Florida . Hear we're soon to ..A Largest Shoe Store
tt r the Baptist Church was held Tuesday president of the Starke meeting took place in the Meth- moving to Apopka about 12 have a visit from Major and Mrs. In Tfw- .- ...II. ._ ,
The following subjects Lewis . I've been p *+1l
night. Woman's Club, presided at the Jdlat church which was appropriately years agogW.S.C.S. Lloyd eager- In Bradford County.
+ discussed "Universal mill hear all the details
were : ly waiting to
regular meeting held In the club decorated with U. S. and
,. tary training after the war" by auditorium Wednesday! afternoon. Confederate flags, red and white To MeetThe of their recent marriage at North '11,41.. We Do Not Handle Military
,; .
J. A. Tucker; "Tithing my Fort Lewis, Wash. . Now we'll ClotMn
Mrs W. H. Hart, secretary, gladioli and red amaryllis lilies: -
M. Barefoot tlme"I' first hand from Or Jewelry Entire
by P : soon have them Store
the minutes of the previous red and white being the colors ot Woman's Society of Chris- Devo
of our Ministry" by A J. ; meeting, and Mrs. M. F. Brown the UDC. tian Service will meet Monday Myrtice herself . to Needs of Civilians.
1 + "Support of our Seminaries" by -
;: transacted her duties as treasurer. The meeting opened at 11 a. m., afternoon, April 16, in the Meth- *-
hour hascome"
and "The
T. B. Harding The old mall bag has been bi'Im-
l Rev. L. D. Haines. During the, business session, and was presided over by Mrs odist church, at 3:30: o'clock.
; let-
? by ming recently with interesting
Mrs H. C. Ritch, chairman of
H. K. Perryman, Director of District Business and program meeting.
The committee appointed for the finance, the financial statusof have of ters from Callstreeters in fur Tti I: ST.AI:2'
gave Two. There were delegates Circle Two will charge :
purchases of the bus announced places Edgar Wilkinson STUaf
the club and made a motion from four Jacksonville Chapterl the program, and the president, ?
that the bus had been bought and writes about that famed meetingthat
that the article of the by-laws
and from Macclenny. The following Mrs. W. E. Middleton, will!! pre- West of Courthouse
paid for and that $89 had been of the Club which states that the officers were Introducedand side. he and Darby Peek had with -:- Starke .1orld
turned over to the general treasury yearly dues shall be two dollars Freeman Register at Pearl Har-
n t e d handsome corsages -
{ from the bus fund. per member be changed to read I prese; Mrs. George ,.H. Lennon Friends here are glad to know bor around Xmas time . Says /,

Rev L. A. Shepherd of the that the dues shall be five dollars Treasurer of the Florida Division' that Mrs. F. H. Long returned they spent two days together,

', State Farm led In group singing per member. This amendmentwill Mrs. J. L. Medlln. Ex-President; I home Sunday afternoon, after talking about old times . Edgar I
be voted on at the next club spending+ several weeks in Jacksonville says he'd like to hear from some
J i and pronounced the benediction. Florida Division; Mrs L. A. Davis, I 6n4w
meeting, according to the rule at St. Vincent's Hospital 'of the "old gang" especially
+ Refreshments of spaghetti and Trea u r e r-General: Mrs. J. J.
f,' served to that the by-laws may be changedby Tibbs, Recording Secretary of and with her son-in-law and Bobby Turner . Hope he takes
meat balls
were the a two-thirds majority and providing daughter, Dr, and Mrs. B. S. Car- the hint . Bill Parker, another
State U.D.C. Mrs. E. d. McFad-
25 members sent by Mrs ;
: 4 pre that the amendment has roll. Pacific Navy lad, offers the following -
den, of Jacksonville Mrs Russell
Clyde Priest assisted by MrsCharles ;
\been presented one month previously Frlnk, of Jacksonville Miss Madge to prove that .the natives ONE DAY
j 'S Torres, Mrs. S. P. Van- ; ; Several topics of interest to the out that way "ain't so .umb": SERVICE
Middleton, president W. T. Weeks
; dlvlere, Mrs, A. J. Thomas and] i direc-
Under the
Mrs. Perryman appointed a organization, "We landed in the Admiralties
; :Mlaa Jeanette Priest. 'Chapter, and Mrs. E. K. Pe.rry-
committee composed of Mrs. K, G. tion of Mrs. Ethel M. Biggs, a recently and no sooner droppedthe
man, Director of District Two.
' . .. Duncan, Mrs. R. J. Davis and choir of children's voices sweetly hook than a small fleet of
.. .,, . .II'I"I'I'II"I'Starke's "America On
: The audience
sang "Peace Sweet Peace", and
Mrs A. W. Anderson to assist In sang native boats made from hallowed-(
r the Beautiful", and the ritual
I the Collection of Clothing for was this number closed the program out logs' and manned by bushy-
r n ._. Euroocan needy. read by Mrs. Russell Frink. Miss of the morning. headed natives came out to meet
.. Madre Middleton. president of the _T.. ..,...."." _. aa.".ea.. 1_ thu .._ __,__ ..._._ u.__.__ u. n J n.u f'l ..v .. _
Mrs. L. H.:, Jennings, social y. v. ao a" .n .v uo, uiieriii|!> Lueir warts. Alley
chairman, announced her plan local chapter, ga.'vi a cordial ad- Recreation Hall by Mrs. W. J. had all sorts of trinkets made Zulu ui y 'ICaIIIHg: g
dress of welcome; and the response Churchwell, Mrs. Titus Olson and
for having a May Breakfast, to from shells called 'cat eyes'. We
be held on the regular club meet- was made by Mrs, Geo. Mrs. G. S. .Newcomb, who were thought we were pretty shrewdIn Laundry, snowy white and
H. Lennon. 49
Ing day. assisted !In serving by members dealing.with them, but I sup-
Reports from various officers Minutes of last district meetingwere of Mrs. C h u r c hwell's Church pose they thought the same thing beautifully finished . .

and committee chairmen were read by Mrs. J. J. Tibbs, I School class., The menu com- about us. All I know Is that All buttons replaced . .
given. after which Mrs. Lennon gave a menced with chicken pie and end- some of the guys were walking '
Following the I business routine short address and was followedby ed with 1 strawberry short-cake around in their shorts when they Rips repaired . .

!* Mrs. W J. Churchwell gave an Mrs. L. A. Davis speaking on topped with,whipped cream. got through bargaining with those II Tears patched . .

ft inspiring and well-planned devotional so-called Ignorant natives!" ___ _____..IL
> using as her theme verses! -- .IJ'.U \smuiuny uuiiv: auf/vruiy . .
from. the 23rd Psalm. She con- Interesting note this week from Belts and buckles
dvlm The cluded her talk with a beautiful Leonard Smith (Jr.), now in
prayer. & .4iLihLthtPT Belgium with an F, A. Bn. . taken care of . I

s. restaurantand Dottie Sue Blgga and Ona Says: "The shells are going over All spots removed .' .
B Demorest were presented to the us all the time In both directions.
club and delightfully entertained 9 __b __.. _.___ .L.u. .All. nn.D..I.. ...x-/...........>,J .**..
aim i pay mucn auenuon any .a.? NUo' fM n.o 4YY. .u un.
bar their listeners with piano selec- more except to the rockets, which ..
lona. Sftldotn have CaJIntrreterii felt very, very good in the So. Fla. have a whistling sound. When hangers and in bags . .

Following the adjournment a so "sold out"-at least not since metropolis ,, ;. News Item stated Satisfaction guaranteed
we hear them we take off for .
social hour,wan enjoyed at which the old gold brick days--as they that he la president of the Weld- our dugout. They sound like

time I the acting hostesses, Mrs. did Monday night when the "big Rite company and Is engaged In they're right behind
SIZZLING A W. H. Nollman and Mrs. Barbara : top" turned out to be the "big truck and gladioli farming . but we've been you chasing

', Clute, served delicious refreshments flop" If, by any stretch of Sudden Thought: Call Street can you far. We have a pretty pretty luckyso good AFTER THE WAR!
STEAK of sandwiches, cake and the Imagination, this moth eaten bask In the reflected glory of five-
I home built here too. It is dug In
I J Ice tea. outfit could be described as a (count 'em) Lieutenant Colonels:
the ground a couple of feet and
LOBSTER circus, the emphasis was certainlyon Ben Sternberg, T. K. McClane, has big logs all around. With a In The Meantime . .
the "cus" and those who part- Jr., Hal Alexander, Telfalr Long
SHRIMP M Presbyterian Ladies ed with their good hard coin of and Owen Griffin' . Not bad fora little of that American Ingenuity,

Met TuesdayThe the realm were doing the cussin town (er, pardon me) a CITY we heat have It with fixed and up two two stoves lights to to BUY 'WAR BONDS

Guess Barnum was right our size is it? . .
CHICKEN Auxiliary of the Presbyterian when he said, "There's one born .- read by. I don't care for these

Church held Its regular every minute" (referrln1 to us And speaking of Owen, remindsme other countries'at all. Just give 7th War Loan Drive
me Florida, Starke and home for
business I at the Church suckers but
meeting ) like everything else, of an amusing paragraph from
Service Center on' Tuesday with production has been steppped up one of his recent letters . Seems some good coo-king and I'll be

rE ". B the president, Mrs.',W..T. Holtzen-. recently .'d thinkso that his fond sister, Ethel Biggs, satisfied for a lifetime. Guess
; For dorf, presiding. if you could have seen this must have heard tales of men I'm Just 'naturally the hungry STARKE DRY CLEANERS
type, though. Some fellows don'tseem
Mrs. W. W. Iliffe opened the flea bitten aggregation playing overseas picking up precious hose
Connoisseurs meeting with prayer and In the to standing room only . and sending them to their nearest to know what home cookingIs PHONE '
absence of, the treasurer, Mrs.C. and dearest back home At like and I .sure do feel sorry 28 and LAUNDRY, "B f
for them" . Leonard's address
F. Ward Mrs, Boelter read the
Practically all of the city'syoung any rate Owen, who's In Manila'
Is: Cpl. Leonard F Smith, Jr.-
report. hopefuls- were in ring-aide AXnnfttlllAtprif---.-.--. " *.irtia.'..__.A ..'h.devil .v.. '
-I j: ofGood '-' The Dials for 1045-43 for the seat.- waiting eagerly fo.a. bit do you think I'm going to ''
Yemen's Missionary Society were of glamour that
never material find hose? The people here are
Food given to each member. Donatfbns ized . Glimpsed Grace and d-i lucky if they have a pair of
) for the fund for lifetime mem- Carlyle (Kewp) Ritch and their wooden sandals on their feet!"
berships 0 f National Missions handsome four-year-old from . Add
and up sights for the photo
d were given honoring Mesdames Gainesville for the event . album: JunIus Smith sneaking Into c
Drink Brownlee, Hull and Uglow, Elizabeth! and Jimmy Hair and at- town from the lake early one m iIJ 9jzae4

tractive young dotter, here from recent morning wearing Virginia's

Baptist WMU NoticeThe Miami (but not especially for the snazzy red jacket Seems that

circus, thank goodness) like a lot of others they were
For An Evening Royal Service program and "Spanky" McLendon and his dot- fooled by Spring's false start,

To Enjoy and uslhesa meeting of the first Baptist Ing parents, Paul and Frances, hied to their lake house but were
Church will be held Tuesday I over from the State Farm, and driven In by the sudden drop In For The GRADUATE

RememberTry afternoon, April 17, at 3:30: p., m. scads of other out-ot-towners , temperature . The red Jacketwas

.. '' : Our Circle No. 1 will have charge of Hope they won't let Monday the only warm thing Junius

the program. night's experience scare 'em away could, find to wear ., .. e
Good Food : and make 'em not want to come -

& .. back to see us again . Lena Belle !Morris. writes that
rJ{.:; she and Don are moving to 230 F MEN'S BILL FOLDS

Ice Cold Beer J S'I'ROU'I' 8I1! 1ticAb Spotted an' Jotted: Bill Stern's Superior Ave., Decatur, Ga., effective '
1 Y I i-trATU handsome hand-carved walking i April 16 Seems SHAVING BOWLS
+ they
O ar Gr..f..f n.l...rrtlner of ......n.'r" cane-gift from a soldier In the had to"buy a house to get a placeto h .. -
prop.rf" linn made SHAVING LOTION
.OOO ..1... of Home*_Karma over_ South Pacific , Ruth Sugar live . It's a lovely red ;p .

1 NEWLYREDECORATED World.Aare.e. Ftta. Harm open from over the getting Into the swing of her new brick ,. . Their application fora ClfTS1( Q) AND TALCUM
E. A.STROUT REALTY AGENCY Job at the bank, after leaving telephone was No. 14,001 so ---.
the USO along with the departureof don't try to call 'em long distance FITTED KITS

1kol'ft,8PD t eel the YMCA Earl Campbell any time soon . Nookie
Locally by devoting full time to his Court St. and Katie Wainwright are also AND COSMETICS MEN'S STATIONERY .

,I.; X 325 Temple Are (<'. C. HOLI.INGSWORTH accounting; office after resigning numbered among recent home ..
!. (,.. :.'I 118 S. Walnut St. from the PX last week . Cecil purchasers . Their's Is a red The One. Sure 'Way -

.. I "'i', Douglas opening one of those brick two-story number, completewith To Every Girl's Heart

I.. """ famous and familiar "Greetings"from orange grove, and located In LADIES BILL FOLDS
"I President Roosevelt :Mon- the shady little village of Melrose -

day . He'll pick the Navy if . Katie's quite busy these AND COMPACTS
they give him a choice . Jacq days, refurnishing and redecorating COMPLETE: LINE - .
- '
Andrews boarding the choo choo . They'll rent for the time -
for Atlanta and a business course being, but expect to make it their I CarR nome

. She'll be at home at 1300 home some day , ,
Ponce de Leon Ave., N. E. . .

Couldn't resist asking Postmaster Old soft i leveni'n
r Received a clipping from a Fort Fred Stump tother day how he

'f1'1r i, ( ru1'f Myers newspaper telling of the was making out with the ciggie
b R purchase of a $17,000 riverfront .
LR shortage , He chain puffs to pa
_ home In that city by Lucian an' the tune of four packs a day but J in r i e

Janet Thomas . Luclan's a 'Iowa as how he hasn't been inconvenienced -
locallte who has apparently made far COSMETICS and PERFUMES
so on account of
.. .
e In White and Colors


Polishing Waxing More people'drink Atlantic Ale and Beer than any other. *-sr i It i n q In White and Colors



tp Polishing & Waxing By Appointment er .

; Only 5.sq- All Gifts Will Be Wrapped and Delivered On RequestCARPENTER'S

i ty Standard Oil Products

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Cor. Temple Ave. & Call St.Washing ,Q-r-r-lrww4 i,AMa, CI.4, t.r.ra.e_$ e4Y Phone 64 ON THE.MI SERVICE Starke, Fla'


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1s. 1945 I

of LOCAL NEWS I week-end Miss Louise with friends Snyder In spent Miami the): Bridge Luncheon Woman's Council 18, at 7:30: p. m Everyone l le I will be held with Mrs =Harry; :! : :

Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Nasworthy IAt Chapman Home Met April 3rd cordially invited to come and Lappe on North Ch u r c h St. I j 'I'I I

carried to Wm. F. Glover of are occupying their cottage on bring a dish of you own chOice. j Thursday, April 19. All m embers ,

) state C Farm Priest Hospital was Saturdaymoon ed from the Veteran's Lawtey Hospital mov- Klrgsley Lake They have had last week was the the social calendar The Executive meeting of the The next Executive meeting are asked to attend I,,,:
a!9 recent
Lake to the guests Mr and Mrs. / __,
stroke City
suffering State Farm Hospital Woman's -- n
after bridge luncheon Council of the First -1//
J. O. Df.aver and daughter and g.von by Mrs.L I
his home here Ical condition.Wednesday night in a crit- Mrs. Ruth Quartermaln all of F. Chapman and :Mrs Fielding Christian Church was held Tuesday Our Specialty . I i

r., and Mrs. James A. Lewis Brunswick, and T. Sgt James I Chapman at the home of the April 3, at the church. Mrs.
Sunday Mr. and Mra. William Norris returned 'former at the State Farm last O Chili 0 Hot Dogs 0 Sandwiches
guests who
15 home Tuesday OH furlough; from M. L. Kite, president, presided, d
of Apopka. after visit
K Lewis a In Saturday.
G in
duty England.
Hurwitz of New Quincy with her daughter, Mrs. Quantities of spring and early and Mrs. W G. Smedley gave anintt'I'pstlng ''i
Anna Freeman
rs. Cecil Price. Register was In Jacksonville
arriving this week summer flowers placed to talk on "Loving one I
k City la Tuesday visiting his OF" HOME: COOKING .
with her Mrs. W. T. Jackson advantage in the another."
some time went to Mrs. M. Leviton spacious reception I
spend who is seriously'
Rome, Ga., the first of hall and living
Mrs. Eisenberg. week 111 in the / room and. The
home of
ghter her slater, Mrs.: group unanimously votedto
who and was accompanied home Wed- dining room In decorating for this
tames F. Holllngsworth A. B. Smith, 2248 Irene ,
St. donate $25: of membership duesto
nesday by her lovely affair.Luncheon.
Pvt. "Bll
'nUy graduated from an em- ly" Jac k son Ensign Robert E. Greene, Jr.. Foreign Missions, and to redecorate -
college In Nashville, who is receiving of Ft. Pierce spent the weekend was served buffet erry s
ling has accepted a position treatment at the Battey General here with his wife. style from a perfectly appointed the inside of the church
n.'DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Hospital. He Is ,recovering from Mrs. I. p. Shepherd arrived table, which was centered with a'' and add l i more Sunday School'
Gainesville. Mr\ andHolllngsworth wounds received in action in Germany home beautiful arrangement of garden room.A .
In Tuesday afternoon after
will move several weeks ago and will flowers; larkspur,, loses and snapdragons '
In the near future. I spend a brief furlough here be- spending Tampa.Mr. two weeks visiting fn predominating.A pot-luck supper will be givenat NEXT POOH TO WESTERN UNION

ire I fore returning to the bud vase of flowers the church, Wednesday, . _
fr, and Mrs. W. B. Coker of I hospital.Mrs. and Mrs. Sam Mott and repeatIng April -- _..II .__
Sksonvllle and Mr. and MI'S.I Tolbert Black and son, WT 2-c Eury Mott, enroute from the pastel scheme was placed -- -. ... -
'and Mrs Jimmy, of Jacksonville on each card table In the living
ley p Strong, Sgt. Blandinge guests of Mrs. Black's were recent the Pennsylvania to California pent I room where the guests were seat- .....- ....... ,""'_. "- -. .............,.- I ''
of Camp ,
el.t Banke parents week-end with Pfc. and Mrs BEAUTIFUL ) .
week-end guests of Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. T. N. Kendrick Pasco Mott In Valdosta, Ga. I ed. # \.it.' ... : '". 'th; IIIW :ii'
I the
owing three-course
H. Smith. Mrs. W. B.
E. Mundy and daughter SIX P1E'CF.SOLID
Clair Jean spent Tuesday In. I luncheon,. three rubbers of bridge &
St. Augustine. were enjoyed and scores were ELM' | I 1
MATERIALS Mr. and Mrs. Sale kept on hand painted tallies I ai *
BUILDING Guy visited C3 ""
At the conclusion of the I
Mr., and Mrs. John Sale in Madison game '
Sunday.Mrs. Mrs. Richard Kldd was presentedwith BEDROOMSUIT ,t': >
UNRATIONED AVAILABLE NOW I Maurdeen Dutt returned a demi-tasse cup and saucer
as her reward for high
/score and
Wednesday from Russell, Kansas, ,
ROOFING CONCRETE BLOCKS to Mrs. Edward Burns received a
resume her work here.
[0 SHEETROCK CEMENT Misses Madeline Perdue and crystal mayonnaise set. In the
I* INSULATION BOARDS .. MASONRY CEMENT Betty Fuss of Jacksonville\ were game of bingo, Mrs. T. F. Grady,
( ROCKWOOL CRUSHED STONE included In the list of guests of as winner, received a box of notepaper ONLY

WINDOWS GRAVEL Misses Mary Sue Epperson and .
I DOORS SAND Martha Those invited to be with; the
Landrum at the home of
I SCREEN DOORS CELOSIDING the former for an Easter egg hunt two hostesses were: Mrs. A. Z. $179.50
Adkins, Mrs. J. W. Andrews. Mrs.
Glass Cut to Order Lucas Paints held'the Mr. and day Mrs.before P. L.Easter.Durshlmer O. L. Beasley, ':Mrs! Ethel M. .. V. II ,. VMKITCHEN

Biggs, Mrs. M. F Brown, Mrs.K. .
CABINET & MILLWORK had. Durshlmer's as guests over sisters the Miss weekendMr. Mar- O. Duncan Mrs. O. L. Haynes! I TABLES MASONiTEITOPS 9.50 to 18.50

garet Durshlmer of BrooksvlHe, Mrs. T. F. Grady, Mrs D. B. ,,. ,., ... .. .. .I.
White, Mrs. J. W. Kincaid ?fro. .

ANNIS BUILDING SUPPLIES Newark and Miss, N.Eleanor J., and their Durshlmer daughter of E. L. Matthews, Mrs. N. Stern- OCCASIONAL CHAIRS --- BIG VARIETY
Miss Virginia Durshimer also of berg, Mrs. J. F. Guy, Mrs. L. D.
Vining, Mrs. R. P. De m orest, . ,. "' ...
(Depot & Pleasant Sts., Phone 1325, Gainesville, Fla. Brooksville. Mrs. Wm. Baggett, Mrs C. A.
Mi\ and Mrs. Jack Zevin will "
Knight, Mrs.. H. C. Ritch Mrs. t ROLL AWAY
go to Arizona this week to visit
W. B. Sewell, Miss Madge'Mid- ,hA w F.
their daughter and non-ln-law. :
dleton, Mrs. R. G. Kldd, Mrs. A.
Steaks Among those attending a class
The finest for Vacation Church School Workers Holliday, Mrs. Paul Hudgins, Mrs t.n BEDSGOOD
'I, Shrimp Joe Scanlan, Mrs. Junius Smith, "
in Gainesville Methodist
foods Mrs. J. E, Wilson Mrs Edward
e Church Tuesday morning were
Burns and Mrs. E. Smith.
Rev. and Mrs. W. J. Churchwell, a FELT
at reasonable Mru. E. K. Perryman, Mrs. G. S.
FISH OR Newcomb, Mrs. Titus Olson and ,U.D.C. Makes Plans MATTRESS

prices MEATPLATE Miss Kate Struth For iii
Memorial DayThe
Senator. Charley E. Johns spent

sssssrrrrrrrrrrr LUNCH the week-end with 1 his family W. T. Weeks Chapter,
h Court & Call St. - here. He is attending the legis- U.D.C. held a short business $49.50
With Two
lative session In Tallahassee.Mrs. meeting Wednesday afternoon, oflast

George Kopelousos VegetablesOwner Leslie Biggs of Hatties- !! week, in the Methodist Rec- I .I ,. I ,.
burg, Mls3.\ arrived Tuesday to reation Hall.
45c spend some time with her father, The meeting was presided over IT'S A FACT YOU CAN DO BETTER ATE '

Ben Rowe. by the president, Miss Madge ,
Mrs. R. W. Sturges and daughter Middleton. Plans were made for 1
John H. Denmark Furniture Co.
Mary Sue, came Tuesday to Memorial Day, the exercises to
spend the summer with Mrs. take afternoon,
place on Sunday '
Sturges' mot her, Mrs Pauline April 29, at Crosby cemetery. PHONE. 151 STARKE, FLA. .

Jest And Forget The Rest Torodc. Mrs L. A, Davis Invited the WE BUY GOOD USED FURNITURE ' 4
Mrs. Curtis H. Coldlng spent chapter to comd''to her home fora
several days this week In Plant birthday party of the W. T I r -
City.Mr. Weeks Chapter on April 27. :j jj
and Mrs. J. H. Ritch of. Mrs. Annie Lou Godwin, sec-

Jacksonville spent the past weekend retary, and Mrs. M. F. Brown /"' '. I.,
/ NAT SEZ: with their son-in-law and treasurer, attended to their opecial _fl"lf" fId FA:, !
Mr and Mrs. S. R. -4' A
daughter duties.
I 11/1"/ -- ... .... {
Johns, _
Just want to thank each and I
? Ruby Silcox of Washington Friends will be Interested to II....... c:.-......
every one who helped so nobly D. C., is spending this week learn of the promotion of Hal
;,/ I In putting Bradford County over with relatives here. Alexander from Major to Lt.-Col! .... I
the top In the Red Crosi lrl\e. Arnold Wasdin who recently He is stationed in France and has ...
I knew we could do It all the received a medical discharge from been overseas for 18 months.
time, but It sure In a relief to the army, was in Starke on busi- Cpl. and Mrs. Al Perils have returned vv
know that we've DONE It. Now ness from Jacksonville Tuesday. from a furlough trip to .
pitch In and help out with the Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Edwards and New York City. ,. ,
clothing collection. When you've children spent the week-end with Sgl. George Kennedy, who was
given the last shirt off your back friends in Orlando. wounded In combat In France,
drop around and I'll dress you Henry Godwin and T. R. Young has been here visiting his step- '
up again.WEATHER 'spent Sunday at J a c k s o nvillo father and mother, Mr. and Mrs r-
Beach. A. Dale. After his visit here he ) I,
Mr. and Mrs. K. G. Duncan returned to a camp in Colorado,

|HOT SPECIALS spent Sunday with their son, Kas- Mrs. Dale has another son, Sgt
par, In a Jacksonville hospital James Kennedy, who has been on
He will be confined to the hospital Guam for the past two years. d; .
FOR THE LADIESPlay there until about June, buts Mrs. A. Z. Adkins returned
\6 progressing nicely. home Wednesday afternoon after
Mrs. O. J. Griffin of St. Augus- upending several days In' Jackson .
I Suits t time is spending a while with her ville with her sister, Mrs. John

daughter, Mrs Ethel M. Biggs. Love Wilkes

Slack Suits r. ?Y 1 Ja4 Vr I f



and \ A Aa4Q III POINT :


The Seaboard Railway has claimed for resources of the territory. These efforts \ I

DRUCKER'S JEWELERS itself the distinction of being a builder have been abundantly rewarded. Several

wherever we serve. Our friends-patrons large mills have been located in our territory ' i

t 101 CALL STREET of the Railway-have been gracious in in recent years and others will no I .

I 1 SuitsFOR confirming that claim. doubt be built in the future. : "I t

1 i A case in point is the Seaboard's con Many other new enterprises, industrial ; ,

*A From where I sit.. bY Joe Marsh. tribution to recent developments in the and agricultural have been brought in asa '

pulp and paper industry of the South. result of the Seaboard's cooperation b

MEN For many years, this has been a major with local communities. The Railway t ))1 I

project with our Industrial Department. is continuously on the alert for every 1.
Lud Solves
Shirts Denny far back the 1920' detailed aid in the I
: as Sport As as surveys opportunity to improving economic r '

A, ; the Locust ProblemLud were made of the best locations for pulp lot of its territory. '\ ,

Shorts and paper mills and the cooperation of And so we say with justifiable pride: j! i

f Sport Denny may not be much of From where I sit,that's Bound ,the local people ,was enlisted in our ef"A builder wherever we serve." }\ I fAo .

7 yc a farmer but most folks allow philosophy-applied to people forts to develop the pulp and paper

Polo Shirts he's pretty smart at solving just as much aa locust tree Too

other people's problems. Like can't always change folks to 0 'Ii
Alvin Blake's locusts. ;your way of thinking some
may prefer beer to buttermilk
Alvin ban been tryIng '
For ;years or a doable harness to a single ;
rid ol a grove of locusts.
to get
bat can get to like
one- you
SANDALSNON They; aren't using up any i
them (If you take the trouble). ,
goodlandbottheyanno7Mvln. .
Every time he cats them down And first thing you know, the-
up they shoot again. little differences don't matter. RAILWAY -i ;
\Vhafll I do about them locusts .
?" Alvin asks Lud. "'''leU. ,

If you can't get rid of'em,"says c90e1" 1l. t:" ,

Lud "I'd say you better get to Buy Afor WAR BONDSn&DFORD 1 i i iei
like 'emh'9.110 i .

of a Series capyrighl,194S..UMMJ State'Br.roea F..r4 MausA

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a . . . 4th. uu.OFFICIAL
q,. (
. . . . . S .'here Sunday afternoon. A. Clerk of SEAL nald)Court AI TitAtty' '
1:1 \ Sunday dinner guests of Misses ID JRAIDI: Woodlawn Landrum> Stark,
I'. ., (J Pine .Level Lucile and Haven Crosby and IEI2VICIE Mrn. Myrle RaID,", for Plf. *.i PW itfOit | .

'YIltof Vernon Crosby were Pvt. Rudolph . By. S . . . .
<: By Mm. II. M. McRae Adams of Camp Blandlng, Lavon ,
:1, 61o . . . . . 555 Alvarez and Miss Marlene Reddish -'I I LT. DAVIS TRAINS CI>[". C. P. EDWARDS: Rev. and' Mrs. O. J Raulersonof liINDGESTIC

attendance at of Vanderbilt. I I AS HOMIIARDIKRi ; WITH NINTH ARMY Jacksonville' spent Saturday I
We had a good ,
Davis, Jr., Cpl. Charles P. Edwards, son and Sunday at the home
'lerri6le G night
i Lt. Horance
Pine Level Church Sunday morn- Pvt. William Duke and Pvt. ACID
Mra. W N North of the of Mr. and :Mrs. H. L. Edwards of Mr. and ,Mrs. Stuckey. |
Samuel of I Id
)1 Ing and evening with Pvt. Roy Kooch of Camp Blanding attended son
Jot Marshall bringing the message church Sunday morning i i I Stale Farm. Is. I of Heilbronn, Is serving In Ger- Elder and!' Mrs E. M Teter and

me Iin the morning and' our pastor, and were dinner guesta of Mr. and now stationed at I -many-- -with _the.. children of Jacksonville attended
10 MacDIll Field 754th:: F. A. n., church here Sunday night.
Rev. W. E. Hall, the evening Mrs. II. M. McRae. I
I Tampa, a part of the
I message Rev. and Mrs W. E. Hall were |I near t Mrs.) Senle Prevatt of Lawteywas
he is undergoing Ninth Army. : I 1
o 00- Mrs. Samuel E. Marshall and Sunday dinner guest of Mrs. w where I visiting her sister, Mrs Net- I
I in the
ft'; ( sY combat has beea
three children of Tryton Ga., arrived Inez Kelly and Rev. and Mrs. Hall service almost tie Starling Sunday(
this week to spend some left Monday to conduct a revival) crew training Mr. and Mrs. L. P. Rafuse and
k time a* the guests of Mr. and meeting in Tampa. I a bombardier on I two years and children were visiting In Jackson- 50eCarpenter's < .

1TrA j jr Mrs. II. M. McRae and visit Pvt. Mrs. Robert Myrick and Mrs. C Ci For a B-29 tress.Super-Lt. I Bragg trained C.Fort The ville Tuesday.
Marshall at Blandlng. Marshall and children
Camp Samuel E. I Davis entered last letter his, Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Bacon and '
Miss Mary Beatdey of Burgess were visiting Pvt. Marshall In I the service In I daughter of Jacksonville were' Drug SiNo
N. C., who .la upending a vacation Camp Blanding Monday evening. i parents received
In, Starke, was visiting friends Cpl. and Mrs. Ronald Wilson I April 1943. He from him con- bere Sunday night to take charge
r Is a graduate of I i ft_ the singing through____ 0 __:n the revival
tainea snapwiui
I the University ' a I
and attended
BHS __
large group
There was a
of Florida. which indicates that the Army i la
taking good care of Its men and present at church both Sunday 1.
: Delight The Heart of the SOT. MANNING WOUNDED! he seemed to be in fine conditionand morning and evening.

NOW ON FURLOUGH; gaining weight. His address

.. -. - _ Sweet Young Graduate Sgt. Cecil Manning, who was i IK: Cpl. Chas P. Edwards, Btry.. IK rmcriT ('oi'1tT, HIIAOFOHI
"Here I thought I could get wounded three times during his B., 754th F. A. Bn., APO 339. fOI'MTY. I.N CIIA-;
1 / ( :nv.Halph
ten months overseas Is spendinga New York. C. Outhrle, plaintiff, v.
1'1 s {"I' me a new car practically the 30-
\ ;1 ::1 day after V-Day." Mrs. J. A. Howard. He saw action vfce, whose address is as follows: No. ORDER 3895. OP PUBLICATION
___ In Europe with the First Pvt. Jake B. Edwards. Rec. Co.., AND NOTICE 'TO AP1'LIAItS'rATE
I E Army. At the expiration of his Eta Det., 1473 SCU, Camp Shel Outhrle whose OF FLORIDA residence to:In Virginia Kinnvoncl. -

furlough he will report to a Gov- by, :Miss \ Went Virginia.You .
are required to appear on
at Tuscaloosa
s si.p s' A ernment hospital C. A. MORGAN WITH May 7th., 1945. In the above namedCourt Matter
Ala. and cause, wherein plaintiff
ORDNANCE IN BELGIUM seek. ., divorce Bradford CountyTelelrraph
Pfc. C. A. Morgan son of Mr. Khali .publish this Orderin
R. n-ruNNiNGHAM four weekly iHHUeVltnenH *.
and Mra. W. H. Morgan of Law What Bra
9b IN AMPHIBIOUS; SCHOOL \ my hand and official n t
Fireman tey, Is serving with an Ordnance Bent at Starke Florida thin AprilTERMITE
D. Cunningham
+ R 2-c, son of Mr. and Mrs. Company In Belgium. He received
4 4a I of Service
.e Alva Edison Cunningham of Lake his training at Camp Peary
Ohio and will have been overseas
? Geneva Is now stationed at the
t in His addressis 4I VIVi till
1.. at two years July.
Y ( U. S. Naval Training You're
A. 3287 Ord. In.YOU'LL ..
Gulfport, M(33.He ( : Pfc. C. Morgan. lio it youTMlf ab home.
Base' Depot Co., APO 228, New Each Kit contain Per
Is assigned to the amphibious 1. m.nentwar.gulutionshampoo F
w I fireman school as a trainee York. ,curler anawnveart.
Bnfo. Money bark(HIT
"What a blow! Now I find and has two brothers in service in Antvo. Oil a class Miii1 IM low/t

: -.I:!\1i5 out It may be V-Day plus the Pacific theatre.W. GETS RROOKER BRONZE SOLDIER STAR Koch Drug Store ALWAY

I .I" maybe two or three years {With{ D. FAXON HACK Pfc Horace. F. Martin whose FINDA
home address Is Brooker, has
:: J before I can get one." A Giftfrom ON FARM IIEHE been awarded the Bronze Star ERADICATIONAND
I W. D. Faxon, ACMM (Aviation CONTROLIf
: [
theWonder Medal for heroic achievement in
Chief Machinist Mate) recently you nee flying coming
Gift Shop returned to continue operation of action In France. He is serving In or out of your house the
with the 119th Regiment HEARTY
his farm just east of Starke after Infantry chance are you have termites
four years of service in World of the 30th Division. and you will be able to saveyourself

War n making a total of 21) a big repair bilL A
. OVER 6000 GIFTS TO SELECT FROM years altogether. NEW ADDRESSESOF nominal charge for Inspection. WELCOME

: the last four he SERVICE MEN I We can give best Gainesville
4 During years
; Pvt. W. T. Jackson Ward ,
V 2-A'1
; references
instructor in
has served as an
Rome, Ga.
I Battey Gen. Hosp. at
,' technical training centers at NavalAll' 'TelephoneC.
41 Pvt. Clyde W. Strickland, Co.
Stations In Jacksonville, Nor- A. POWELL
I D. 5th Regt., Mil Res., Indian-
;' folk and 1143-J or Write
(All ", Memphis.and town Gap, Pa. Rt. .2, Box 88, Gainesville '
-1IIf1l.. :! WONDER 6Proprietor Pvt. V. L. Alvarez, Co. A-CE JORDANBAR
& Miss Eleanor Jones were din- 3rd Hq. Det., 4th Army Camp

,. Y ner guests of Mr. and Mrs. B. M. Livingston, La.
-= ''' McRae Sunday. Lt. Tracy W. Baker, Jr., 127 4. . just like mother
',,' "But my Gulf man cheeredme Lias. Comm. 2nd Air Com.
Mrs. Bessie Davis Remember the services at the Sqd.
used make"
up. Said he'd help keep Gp., APO 493-B2, New York. I
Courthouse In Starke Saturday Chaa. A. Jenkins, Ptr. 2-c, USS
if I'd SHOP
j 'l my present car 0
afternoon and the Sunday morn-
ARD 27, pare FPO, San Francisco, I
t,, ; \\t\i\ .<, let him give it the Gulf pride41 ing and evening services at the Calif. t I!

': and Gulflex**treatment reg I church here. I Cpl. Leslie H. 'Harper 1328 LAPPSffLIeb1F1 ,PADDY LIBRETTI, MCI

r +V ularly." AAF BU Area II, ICD ATC, APO
+ 489, New York. 115 WEST CALL ST.
Pvt. W. C. Clemons, Jr., Co. G,
J 88th Gil. Inf. APO 333, New
ILl'' ,:. x t York.

ty,!ii Lt. Wm. A. Edwards, AAFISD cqw
1 I
aoy ( ) Sqdn. H. Class 415-G Box _
.\ tw 693 Midland Texas.
Joe Ricka CM 3-c. USS LST
:: ". 1077, care Fargo Bldg., 495 Sum-
mers-St.. Boston. Mass. Prompt Service Careful Drive

' Pvt. M. E. Rosier, Hq. Det.,
''y', 102 Repl. Bn., APO 131, New

t Carl Vanzant, F 2-c 145th NCB,
Co. B4 FPO
San Francisco,
'::1 Ta'r i ..... Calif.
"That's good advice: I'd sure but . . . . . . MACK'S TAXI SERVICEPhone

%y4 hate to take a chance on t h; 'gKyafi.' e GrahamRy

anything but the finest lubri 150

,t cation.I don't hanker to walk Mrs. Edward Norman
do w\tb\ a . . . . . . A Day Night
everywhere I go. \ to
Of l\B\\1\ \ Mr. and Mrs. M. L. McKInney
Sl a lU[ and son of Wauchula spent the
has the week-end with Mr. and Mrs John .

GULFPRIDE vrtrat\\ McKInney and: Mr, and Mrs. Aus-
tin Fowler. Horace McKinney returned -
FOR YOUR MOTOR Wauchula to spend two
S 1.1 weeks with them. o

;I 1'' ', An oil that's TOUGH in Beer? Mr. and Mrs. Thurman Jones

capital Utters. . protects cB and son, Eugene, are moving to
i Orlando this week.
jf against carbon and sludgel' I
1 +,,, Miss Alta Smith, who is entering -
l+t training for the SPARS
GULFLEX ..' the last of this month, is spending
'!1':'"' this week with her sister and

,., brother-in-law. Mr. and Mrs.
u' i..r
t ,,i' FOR YOUR CHASSIS Clarence Frailer.

...: Arnold Wasdln son of Mr. and
Knocks out friction at up She's a friendly beacon in the night a ,h I Mra. Math Wasdin, received an

', iq to 39 vital chassis points! . honorable dlsch a:r g e from the 9 to 9 Dally
,, Protection plus!If symbol of hospitality t and good fellowship. Army at Fort McPherson Ga., Restaurant t t HourSs; Except TuesdayYou9re
after serving three months In

It's ,like that with JAX Beer, too'! the Camp Robinson, Ark.

; ] J familiar JAX label I ,is a welcome sight to beerlovers..a 9--' _ -.-.- -,.. .......-.- ......,- .. -.-,-.- .

promise of heart-warming ,refreshment.

rIr f a Service Man

Pour a sparkling glass I of this r'Drink of V r ? III - and are looking for

Friendship! Its t tempting aroma and rich :. .<' s
It't I the right things at the
isfying J flavor spell true contentment. 'ij: _

Me life pleasure to be thirsty when there's an ice' ..;',.. -'' right price.

rt { r cold bottle of JAX nearby.For ,

r r; Friendship in a G., say JAX! You VISITSHAFKIN'S'

of your can't buy better beer '
no matter what you,: pay!,

-fO Gulflj .

j t i iroue "THE
ere-cerrsr.rr__ rrrr Sd d SOLDIERS KNOW"

' I v Buy. TODAY War Bonds raw ty P JEWELRY GIFTS UNIFO

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. heart trouble In i
. Alachua County
e e Hospital Oaine vUle. and Mrs Resale iv: ciMcriT (cornr i1a4UFORU of Bradford State of Florida, to- to-wltt) HKMtmEE'S (NOT INC.. seal at Btarke, Florida this March ,
Carlton and daughter, Sarah "O"NTY. FXOHIUAI CHAN.Frances wit: under which w.. are engaged In i
Mrs. E. H. Clemons of Palmetto were visiting Pfc. and ""ERT Lots 47. and 4*. In Woodl..n.e"Uon business In Bradford County Flor 2Sth. 1945.OFFICIA. I
rooker Mrs Pasco Ellen Anderson Holloman. 16, Township 6 South ida. ( L.8EAL: !: ) A. J. Thomas,
WM visiting friends
here last Mott In Valdoata, Ga.. last week. Plaintiff vs. Oeoriro T, Ilnlloman Range 22 East containing 20 acre.mOl' J. M. HEMimBE. As Clerk, Of said Court.
weekend.Mrs. Miss Betty Jo Jr., Defendant. Cane No. 669(. '' or less.R. . HOY M. WARD. T. Frank,' I
Crosby is visit Landrum, Stark. Florida,
-\tklnJloD ORDER: OF
B1. .JoYce. . . . E. J. Lewis and family ing relatives in Greensborough. ANn NOTICE PUWLU-ATION TO APPEAR Jacksonville. H. Duncan FU.517 Lynch Atty. Building for Plf. Aa copartners It. HORNS! !and, doing AU,... for Pit. 1-30 4t 4-2 I

e were shop ping In Gainesville STATE OF FLORIDA to: Oeorire. a-*o 4t 4.20 business tinder the firm name and
rrr! JUBY and Mrs. J. B. Kelly of T. Hollnman Jr., Sect II. C. 4000 The assessment. of the said property style of HEMRUEE'S (NOT INC.).
fr'. A Z. Padgett an- Monday. Duke's Station are visiting here A. A. FB. U. Wright Field. Dayton under the said certificate' Is. 4U 4.17.

) of a lion, April Mrs. Loy Mott and children this week, Ohio. sued was In the name of Unknown. -
Dthe birth You are required to appear on : Unless said certificate shall be IV: CIRCUIT COURT RHAUFOltnCOIINfY. J/H emlH j jKetp
were visiting In High Springs Mrs. Jack Simmons and son of May 7th.. 1145, In the ahnve panted i redeemed according to law the FLOItlUAl IV: CIIAN- {
Sunday afternoon. : Gainesville Court and cause, wherein plaintiff property described therein will be CEIIY.Walter .
we revisIting here seeks divorce. Bradford County sold. to the highest bidder at the A. Beswlrh. Plaintiff v.
f. Wilson Homer Green of Hampton Is Thursday.WT Telegraph shall publish. this Order courthouse door on the first Mon Antoinette lUswtck. U e C e n dant. MBJ
2nd Russell visiting his daughter Joan this In next four weekly Issues. day In the month of May, 19(5. Case No. US4.OnDER !
birth of a son. 2-c Eury Mott. enroute Witness. my hand and official which, Is the 7th day ef 1946 OF PUBLICATION
rice the week. from Pennsylvania to Californiais seal at Starke Florida, this. April; this. SSth day M.Yi AND NOTICE TO APPEAR
:Mrs. N. G. Hayes was 4th., 1946.OFFICIAL. STATE OK FUHUDA to: An- -
shoppingin visiting relatives here and in ( SEAL) A. J Thomas, A. J. THOMAS tolnette Ileswlck. whose residence.
Mrs. C. Tyler had a. Jacksonville Saturday. Starke. As Clerk of said Court Clerk of Circuit Court of Bradford In. 2233 14th Street Hunt Monica. Start Your Post-War'

and Mr. an4 Mrs. Rita Brown of Ralford T. Frank I.nndrum Starke Florida County. Florida California. Now
dinner guests Mrs. Wllla Mae Summers of Atty. for Plf. 4-8 4t 4-87 (OFFICIAL SEAL) 1-30 4t 4.20 Ton are required. to appear onAp..11 Planning
SH Henderson of Sander- was visiting relatives here Sun -- 30th 11145. In the above named.
R. High Springs was visiting here IV .IU'IT l'OI'nT, Hit \ltKOItnCOIN IV: CIIICIIT ('Dl iii'. 1IHAI>FOIII1CO Court and cause, wherein plaintiff Place You Order Now For
day.Mr. Sunday. '-, FLOIUUAl I'M tll-.N- !'VT1. KI.OIIIOAI, IN ,"'11.:01I : seeks. divorce. Flrndford County
Officer Theo- and Mrs. Cooney Tyler and CKItV.nnwman. ('..1I1Y. Telegraph shall publish. this OrderIn The Following Appliances: .
LieTreturned to his station daughter Joan and Petty Officer Friends will regret to know Chllders. Plaintiff, vi. I Norma Ward Marino Plaintiff vs next tour weakly Issues.Witness .

1 Va. Theodore Tyler were visiting Mrs.R. that Mrs. C. U Atkinson Is con- Olivia Mourn Chllders Defendant. Anthony Vlnrent Marino, Defendant my hand and official .
Creek .
Cane No. 6ll H.ORDER
Little fined Case No. art SO,
jn to the
Hospital In Gainesville
a1 brief leave with L. Crews In Jacksonville Wednesday OF PTOLlrATIOV I ORDER OF PirPLIOATION BENDIX
a this week. AND NOTICE TO APPEAR;
rents, Mr and I II Mr. and Mrs. Harry Blair of :Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Gay and Bourne STATE Chllders OK FLORIDA. whose residence to<: Olivia IsGeorgetown Vincent STATE Marino OF FLORIDA whose to address: Anthony Is I AUTOMATIC

Carlton I i St. Petersburg were visiting Mrs. family were visiting In Gainesville South Car,-llna. 1ft Rill i+I treet Providence, Htioda HOME LAUNDRY
Bessie You are required to appear i on Island
Beulah Harrell and Mr. and Mrs. Sunday May 7th, 1943 In the above named
ill l Nichols were in M. O. Harrell last week. Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. C. Tyler and fam Court seeks and divorce"cause Bradford wherein plaintiff County April You 30 are 1943 required In the to ahovu appear named on

Sunday Beulah Harrell accompanied them ily were in Starke on business Telegraph shall publish this OrderIn Court and .cause wherein plaint HOTPOINTItEFRIGERATORS
Dukes and seeks divorce and restoration of
four Issues.
Edgar next weekly
and Mrs. i were back for several days visit. Tuesday.Mrs. Witness my hand and official maiden name Bradford. County ,t

ot High Springs Pfc. James R. Mott of At- Wilson Russ and Mrs. J. seal. I at Starke Florida, this April Telegraph shall publish. this. OrderIn RANGES
L here Sunday.Lids 4th., 1145 next four weekly Issues.Witness ..
relatives lanta Ga., Is spending a SO day D. Russ were in Starke on busi- (OFFICIAL'SEAL) .\. J. Thomas my hand and <>official? WATER HEATERS
will be sorry to learn leave with his: 'parents. Mr. and ness Tuesday.Mrs. As Clerk of Raid Court seal I at Starke Floi'Ida, this March
fo. Barry Is very Ul with T. Frank I.nndrum, Sta"ke. Florida 21. 1945 4
yyr Mrs. Newn Mott. Mabel Griffis Is spending Atty. for Plf. (.6 U 4-27 (OFFICIAL SEAL A. J, Thomas,
CHURCH Mrar Thelma Crosby of Greens- Aa Clerk of said Court. As These Become Available -
T CHRISTIAN this week here with relatives.Mr. NOTION OF ,,,....] T. Frank Landrum Htarke Florida I
Call and Christian Sts. borough was visiting Mr. and and Mrs. R. L. Waters were Hereby notice Is given that under Atty. for Plf 3-30 4t 4-JSO We Will Fill Orders j i
ner Mrs. Howard Mott for the week the authority of the final decree
ev. W. O. Smedley, Pastor visiting Mr. and' Mrs. L. B. Cros- entered In the Chancery Courtof IV: (.lItr..r ('01'HT. n.%POIin" EXPERT In Order of Application i

i-vtaes as follows: end. by In GI'eensborough last week- Bradford County }Florida on the C'JI'>'rY. FI.OHIOt" IV: CIIAV-
each Sunday at Mr. and Mrs.. F. E. Russ andJ. 16th day of March. A. D. 194K. f'RHV.William.
lie School of the end.Pvt. In the suit of L. J Wynn, and A. Holloway Plaintiff v.... WORKMANSHIP BED LAMPS
L. Russ Orl'andpent\ Eva' Mae ,,1
m. Wilson Green who is Loula Wynn his wife t against Holloway, Defendant.Case ,
and communion ser- week-end with Mr. and Mrs. a Arthur W. Tobey and his wife No. 3632.OHDER .
aching Vance Russ. mechanic and gunner in the air Margaret L. Tobey, the undersigned OF PUBLICATION O & DESK LAMPS n'I
fat 11 a. m. and 7S p. m. corps has ,been transferred from will sell at public auction at theCourthouse AND NOTICE TO APPEAR
Lyer meeting each WednesL Mr. and Mrs. Sank\ Mott of at Starke. In Bradford. STATE OF FLORIDA to: Eva
Starke WT 2-c Eury Mott of Kessler Field Mlss.{ to Amarillo County Florida during the legalhours Mae Holloway, whose residence Is ALL JJ'ORKGUARANTEED I I ,\
t 7:30: p. m. Texas. of sale, othe 7th day of Unknown.
Inn.. 1946. to the highest ea.hbiddeq V._ ....- --- .u.-...I..._d a __....e__r on RADIO
Mrs. G. W. Davis was in Starke ". the lands In Bra dford April 30 1945int above named
County Florida described as being Court and cause, wherein plalntlf.I
Old Sarge's Place Tuesday. ; The Smith' West Quarter of seeks. divorce and custody of minor I SERVICE I
Opt Hershel Layneld of Val- the North West Quarter of Section, children Bradford County
Twenty-Three. ,Township. Seven Telegraph shall publish this OrderIn I YOU CAN KNTKUST YOUR
dosta. Ga., was visiting here last South Ra n g e Twentv-One Fast, next four weekly Issues.
week-end. containing 40 acres more or less.T. .. Witness my hand and official' FINEST WATCH TO OUR
\ARKE'S ORIGINAL FRANK LANDRUM seal I al Starke, Florida this March CARE
Mr. and: Mrs. L. O. Hazen and Special Master S-Z3 4t 4-19 37. 1945. WINKLER

daughter Minnie Lou. of Starke (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas
ARMYSTORE e were visiting here Sunday.Mrs. iv rinrriT COTIRT. niitiipnim As Clerk of said. Court.T. .
roi G. W. Davis received atelegram ('""Y.Fran"la Atty. for Plf. '-30 4t 4JO.NOTICH ELECTRIC

from the War Department X. Medelros. Plaintiff vs, TheSTAG
Marie Florence Medelros, Defen ) OF IVTIIOII1'TTIOV Oil'LOCiL
[ April 3, stating that her dant. Case No. 3002. III I.LN
AND NOTICE TO APPEAR that the City of Htarke In Bradford -
slightly Injured March 19, in Ger- STATE OF FLORIDA lot: Marie County, Florida, will thirty Carter Starke 226 Temple Ave.
many and is now in a hospitalIn Florence Medelros, whose residenceIs days after the first publication llldg.,
Authorized 19 Henderson Street Somervllle, hereof cause to be Introduced] In .
, ,
France. Massachusetts. the Legislature of the State of II .1 .

By The War Department Mr. and' Mrs. Mack Howard of You are required to appear on Florida at HIM 1945 session thereofa 000--- OM' I .... .... ;
April 21, 1945 In the above named bill or bills. seeking to niimmlChapter ---------------
Orlando were visiting Mr. and Court and cause wherein plaintiff 1,1420. Laws of Florida,
Mrs. Vance Runs Sunday. seeks divorce and custody And control Arts of 11)27) the name b..ln."An;
of children Bradford County Act to abolish the Present MuniciPal
Operated Mr. and Mrs. Cooney Tyler were
KL Telegraph shall publish this OrderIn Government of the Town of SERVICES
In Gainesville Thursday. next four weekly Issues. Starke In Bradford County Flor I ,
By an Ex-Soldier Mrs. Mary Anne Atkinson was Witness my hand and official ida and to create and Establish "I
seal at Starke Florida, this March Municipal Government known
visiting relatives in Gainesville 21, 1945 the City of Utarke; to Provide a.1
Sunday evening. (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. ThomasAs i Charter for said. City I To Fix It.T".rltorlal EVERY SUNDAY NIGHT
Clerk of said Court. Limits; to Provide for ,
HEADQUARTERSFOR T. Frank Landrum Stark, Florida. Its Government and to prescribeIts
iv: riHcriT Coin nit\i>Foim Atty. for Plf. 3-23 4t 4.13 Jurisdiction and Powers" In .; (
COUNTY FIO1UI| I* t'II.\N- the following particulars, to-wlt
ALL MILITARY SUPPLIES CKHV.Robert IV TilII! mirVTY: Jl IHiK'ft (COI'IIT To Increase the term of office; SUNDAY SCHOOL
Lee Webb Jr., Plaintiff vs.l"ernlc IIII'UFOIUI COI\TY, Fl.Olllllt. of the Mayor City Clerk City 3 P. M.
NOVELTIES and JEWELRY Ann Hathaway Webb Defendant. IN RE: ESTATE OF 1>. W. MOORE 'Treasurer. City Tax Collector and t
Case No. 3003. Deceased City Tax Assessor from one to two _
AND NOTICE TO APPEAR APPLICATION FOR FINAL Council I by resolution to provide Everyone Invited To Come And Feel I
STATE r>V FL/Wir to: Hers DISCHARGE that the office of City Clerk City

Suslow'SArmy nice Ann Hathaway Webb, whose TO ALL WHOM IT MAY CON. Tax Assessor City Tax Collectorand You Are A Part Of Us.
en residence Is % TUHOOH'Medical Cen CERN: City Treasurer may be 4 filled ?
ter, TuHcon Arizona Notice Is hereby given that I by one person. ..'
You are required to appear on have filed my final report an administratrix Authorise tint City Council to determine 4
I April 23, 1945. In the above named of the estate of D. W. by ordinance the salary. of 9
Court and cause, wherein plaintiff Moore deceased: that I have filed all Elective!: and appointive> officersof )
Store xceks divorce. Bradford County my petition for final discharge" and the City of Htarke. and provide
Telegraph shall publish this OrderIn that I will Apply to the honorable that the salary. may.... changed.
next four weekly INRUSH.Witnoss E K. Perryman. County Judge of during the term fur which any officer Mission
my hand and official Pradford County Florida or the Is elected or appointed.Authorising -
9 E. Starke Fla.IlERES Peal Florida this. March City Council: to provide
Call Street at Starke. 17th day of April 1945! for approval f( I '
21, 1945. of the same and fur final for, employ and appoint an 1
(OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J Thomas discharge as administratrix of the adequate police force Including a Of
A An Clerk of Hald Court.T. estate of D. W. Moore derensed. Chief of I'olli'O, and to regulate by Assembly God ;
Frank I.andrum, Stark* Florida. This 17th day of March 1945.! ordinance the duties term of office
Atty. for Plf 3-21 4t 4.13 FLORENCE J. MOOnn.Administratrix salaries and .supervision of all I
of the Estate of D such police officers. JUST WEST OF B GATE CAMP BRANDING i
Authorize the Mayor, by and with
IN CIIICIIT CO! HT. IIHtnPOItll W Moore dec"a"ed.2a -4t 4.13 the consent of the City Council
to appoint persons MINISTER
iv!! cmniT ('OI'IIT hn.'IIFonU ,
i all elective or appointive offices -
Nelson J. Fletcher, a minor Rr.hi... "'Oil'STY. FI.OltllAs IN CIIA.V- and offices hereafter createdby
('I<:U Y.
next friend Ada Fleteher
the City Council except member -
v.... Ethel Hunt Fletcher Defen Wilbur J. McLerov, Plaintiff vs. of the City Council, which
dant. Cane. No. 3(519.( : Mildred McLeroy Defendant Case vacancies shall be filled by the remaining
ORDER OF PUBLICATION No. 3 81. members thereof.
STATE OF FLORIDA to: Ethel AND NOTICE TO APPEAR establish a pension system for officers TIIROUGII THESE PORTALS '
on how to spend Hurst Fletcher whose residence la STATE OF FLORIDA to: Mildred and employees of the Cityof ,
Route 1. MelKS, Geo..gla.You McLerov.. whose residence Is Route Starke and to provide fund for PASS THE BEST SOLDIERS :
are required to appear on Emory, Texas.
NOY04 Its operation.
a pleasant hour or May 7th., 1945 In the above named i are required to appear on Authorising" the City Council to ON EARTH
i Court and cause, wherein plaintiff April 30 1945, la the above named adopt electrical, plumbing and
neck. divorce. Bradford County Court and] cause wherein plalntlf building codes for the City: pro-
two with your friends . Telegraph shall publish this OrderIn seeks divorce. Bradford County vide for the appointment of electrical
,1 next four weekly Issue Telegraph. shall publish thla OrderIn plumbing and building Inspector
.. Witness my hand and official next four weekly Issues or Inspectors, and prescribe WATCH
seal at Starke. Florida this April Witness. my hand and official their duties and powers and for J
4th. UU seal at Starke Florida. this March the enforcement thereof; determine
Drop into Blanding Center (OFFICIAL SEAL A. J. Thomas, 27. 1945! theirterm of office and salary.
: As Clerk of said. Court. (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas, And to specifically repeal Chapters o
T. Frank Lan |Bar . Order a glass of Att). for Plf. 4-6 .t 4-27 T. Frank Landrum Starke, Florida ida, Acts of 1939= which' Chaptersare f
Atty. for Iflt, 3-30 4t 4-20 germane to one or more of the
IV CIRCUIT COI ItT. ERA DFORD above subjects. and will be superseded -
cold NOTICE OF APPMCATIOV Foil by the proposed amendments. .
Jice beer and just COI"\TY. FI.OHIII4.I IV CHAN.!! TAX: U"F.U(1OI..te : CAIU. JOIfNi6
( KR V.Henry HIM No. 1":.1) City Clerk! .
Melnecke, Plaintiff vs.r.ollta
[sit back and relax in Adolt Felicia Fits Melnecke Defendant. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN; ,
I Cam. Nn.3t193.. That W. H. Edwards, Jr., holderof NOTICE
) OF PITWLirATrON Tax Certificate No. 625 Issued Notice Is hereby given that the
;, ORDER NOTICE TO APPEAR the 7th day of August A. D. 193>. undersigned" will register" with the
jthe most popular spot in town J HTATP ANn OF FLORIDA to Mm has filed same In my office and Clerk of the Circuit Court of Bradford -
Felicia Fits Melnecke, ISKyffhauser has made application for a tax County, Florida upon receiptof . I Iv
Strahse 80nderhaullen.O. deed to be Issued thereon. Said proof of publication of this notice / j ,
.. certificate. embraces the following for the required length of
'many. described property In the County time the following fictitious name.
required to on
13 You are appear

LANCING, ,<< 1 J May 4. 1945 In the wherein above plaintiff named -m--_nm-__ _-__--n -- -
. Court and cause
seek. divorce. Bradford County .
CENTER1C ? Telegraph" hall. publish thin OrderIn I '
next four weekly. Issues The EveningOff" ,
hand and official ri
A O;? MAYBKIAE seal Witness at Florida this April ( .
J. HYDE.MANAGER. 4. 'jl4 with
(OFFICIAL SEAL Court-J' Thomas I I '
As. Clerk of said .
Hon. Walter C. Hardesty, Box 429 l j
Daytona. Beach Fla., Atty. for Plf. 1
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{ .: : Made from fresh diers have made 'Ij

Graduation ground sirloin steak purchases in our i'

-The-very finest stores. There must :,

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Ladies Bays From The Bahamas, Haiti & Cuba . Beautiful DAVIS SANDWICH SHOP : ;

bray f Costume Florida Souvenir Cigarette Cases Our : \
Jewelry . f.

ine of Greeting Cards Is Most Complete. 125 WEST CALL STREET. I I AT BLANDING BUS STATION _

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I 4 Merit System Exams County To Buy Recent MarriagesDaisy Mr._V H Frank Thomas.a.ilrrbillPrlWatelY. OwnedB

To Be Held Soon Centrifugal PumpThe Smith of Bt rke and Jay Sibyl Sapp.)1rilbroaNiPrIlstSI. I Archie Horn.. 4" ,
H. Fisher Camp Blandlng. April OwnrilK Jlorn8. DSfendant ".

jVlI $ Bradford County residents who County Commissioners held 6. flue...llx app, R. L. Clemons, Mr*. I I ANn ORDER NOTIC'Oll' PUP-1.I'A"lo("aRt N.f II\!

desire to take merit system examinations their regular meeting April 2nd In Jvnnetta Uadklnit.ICInfniKlIrlvHfHr. STATE OF FI. APPE41\,
to be held soon for the Courthouse. Tne group approved I'll(' ClnClIT:'\.rT:, FI.OKII COI RT.I BHAUPOHUi ix eini'irx. :'- Mrn. Melva Uallow.y.. Owned Itnue I I lIorn.You. Tabor are City, NONI, 1".rG "

24 classes of professional positionswith (''';U,', I April 80, required t iiI ,. 4 lit.
An per plan, upeclflkAtlonn and In
Gorman- .. th"
of -
I I II the purchase ,l.. Morrl.'I..gln.., Plaintiff. v file in Officeof I Court and "JV' nr"
requirement now on cause
the State Welfare Board or ,
Defendant.PUTfLICATrO.V whor.ln
Wllnon Wigging I .. .
Rup centrifugal pump for use by; Orady County Superintendent. Bids to e k. dlvor..e. Bradt, ..?
the Florida Industrial Commission Ca..e No. 370t.OHDEH I Telegraph "d
be receiver until May hS, 1>45 at shall PUbli.i. \:

I may obtain application I the road and bridge maintenance ANn NOTICE OF TO APPEAR 10:00: basis A.f.of. lowest DrIver.And will. bent be hiredon bid. I I tn WItness next tour weekly 1M",fhl... ....a
STATE) OF FIX>I11DA to: tiradyWllxon my hand
blanks and Informational material crews
Wlgsrln whose residence. la The E'oard reaervefl the right toreject I seal at Stark.. Florida' nd '
-- with any or all bid. The tpclflcntlons I 113, 1945.I hi. ..1,1a.
from the district and unit officesof The matter of cooperating hue( Potomac Street. Liberty Holmes, "."
and I
Conducts Series Tabernacle Observes the State Welfare Board, It the School Board and the City N. Charleston.are required South to Carolina.You appear. on I be part requirements of any contract on filewill let I As( g"&r&&X' **'
was announced this week by L. A In the above namedCourt and together with any accepted I It. '

; At Church of Christ 12th Anniversary Rennolds, Bradford County member -, Council In erecting a community May 7th.and, 1945.cause wherein plaintiff bid 4-13 will It 6-11.constitute the contract. I I Plf.Jacksonville, Florida,. I lily"WlJlt I,
School Bradford County
canning plant on the High seeka divorce. i i
of the District 5 Welfare I Telegraph. Khali publish this OrderIn _.._.._.. .._ .. Ct'I.r....
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The Starke Church of Christ 1 la The Tabernacle chapel was beau Board. grounds was discussed but no next four weekly. lsnue --- ---- -: --- -- --_, --
now conducting a aerie of Gospel tifully decorated Tuesday, night Witness my hand and Ifflcl&1 --...s.
Examinations are to be held decision was made. Four mem- thlrf April
seal at Starke,
meetings daily at 8 m. and for the 12th service
p. anniversary
I for all social work positions. Mr. bers of the board were present., 5th. 1945.
'"p Sunday at 11 a. m. and 8.p. m. of the Mission Hall and Taber-. ([OFFICIAL; SEAW) A. J. Thoma; SPECIAL This
Rennolds said thereby offering
[''p, : The Evangelist I Is W S. Long/ of nacle work conducted by Mr. and As Clerk of said Starke
opportunity to begin social work I NEWSThe T. Frank ndrum .
Norfolk Va. Mrs. J. T Quigley. flowers were careers an wel as to qualify for GIRL ,\It y. for Plf. 4-6 4t 4-27

The people of Staika are cordially mostly gifU from friends presented I
advanced and lucrative -
the more more Girl Scouts held their reg- CALL FOIl 'UI)" FOil CHOOli
: Invited to attend Mr. Long for the occaxlon. Attendance wall "pon'rA'I'IO'llThe c-S-\
positions. afternoon Tin\\
la holcMng a special Children's good and reports were read by ular meeting on Wednesday Hoard of Public Instructionof

Hour from 7:30: ( to 8 p. m. All workers from the seven departments Applications must be filed with at the Scout room. Bradford. County bids Florida for services will PHOTOS !
receive<< written
Merit Office at Gainesville
the System -
I ,' children are Invited. I showing progress. The Girl and Boy Scouts have and-or equipment upon the followIng -
on official forms not later received a check for $19.50 for Kfhool bun routes. ItoutcM for- .
c will \ An inspiring of music. I
The meeting continue dally .
program then April 21. Among the many; and n..rly driven by the following" per-
collected foGRADS
'tirouRh: / Sunday. April 22. Come I talks and prayers was presented the scrap paper seas and referred to a. routes of I
and It that 23 advantages that social work may; bundled for the past month. Ilk.. name. : II
y d bring your frlena Mr. Long wag reported members offer Bradford County residents NOrkrt County Onnard ilusiliCleveland .
t t Jr accompanied by hl wife and were received by baptism New members in the Troop are: Sullivan W. O. Collins I
that ID that this of
*Iey are contemplating remaining during the past year. A lovely qualify type Polly Brown Jo Ann Patray and R J. Lew In. Mrs. Nelson Green,
,, employment may be available near Elam Lewis, Milton Norman Frank :
((0 I VIH! section of the country. vase of red roses wan placed! in home. Mr. Rennolds said as social Dottie Sue Biggs. Colla Jo Dum- TomlinaOfl.PitakeiI'rivatelY. .
I memory of Mr P A, Scott. ler has been transferred to the Owned nolle
workers are employed In every airs Mildred Sapp Frank Nor- ,
Baptist Church Three persons applied for membership Troop from another Troop. man.
County of the State. I 3
I by letter at this meeting We have appointed two new New Rh'.rPrl..I Owned -i-- 8x10 I
I. Sunday evening the service at and the financial record showeda assistant Patrol Leaders: CollaJo iMMenKmory Johns loll'''. Cleo Andrew, I

,. Ui. First BaptUt Church will bIn I splendid Missionary work being Mrs. E. W. BurnetteMrs. Dumler of Idell Landrum's Aaron TKetly ,(Colored. ).__u. __d_ for I
honor those who have iJru.srinu wtnrn uanvMMrs. ".
of united
done through the group. and Helen Whltfleld of "
patrol Lee Green.
a' t with the church since last August. E. W. Burnette died at ..
) Next Sunday evening Dr. Geo. Vivian McRae's Patrol. Pruok..rPrlva..I Owned B e* I
Following the 8 o'clock her home near Hellbrotm Springs C. S. Kelley, Mm. Lottie EdwardS -
F. TlbbltU will have charge of $5.00
Girl collected $537.- Colored .
Friday evening. Funeral services The Scouts Charity Williams ( )
hour there will be a reception the service. the Florida and '..v, '.y -Cou.'r Owned Ilo..r.
., .. In the annex: given by the church were held Monday In New Zion 50 working at Mrs. Llllle Morgan, L. P. Knfuse.I.nntvri .
for these new member It I III Cemetery with Rev. L. O. HemIngway Ritz Theatres for the Red Cross. -.Prlvatelr. Owned H.>e*

hoped that all new and regular PresbyterianThe officiating and DeWitt C. I Vivian McRae, Idell Land- lcd Bryant Durban.(Colored evln). Urlffls Horace This Is One Memory You Will Want To
,; members will attend this hour of Jones In charge of arrangements. rum Scribes Hamptoni_Prlnlely Owned B....

following services are announced I Surviving her husband Earl _--- For'All Time._ ___ Lil 17_ *_ Tleln _Ynu _Preaom. ... VL-. 1
I worship and fellowship. are - ---- u --- -- --r -- "'''' '
by the Rev. W. W. Illffe. -
. At the Sunday morning hour : W. Burnette, three brothers J. O. Fleeting Moment In Beautiful 11'1
Minister of the First Presbyterian Photograph&
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: . the pa.stor'will bring the sermon Church at Seventh and CherrySts. and Carl Beck of Grant, Ala., and /
J. D. Beck of Jacksonville and
; "Believing without seeing". Sunday ., 10 a. m., Sunday School; .- .
tI \ School Is at 9:45:. and will 11 a. m.. Morning Worship, topic. one sister, Mrs. Win. Plgg of WANTED-Would like to buy new' LOUT-Will person who found
study "Pioneer of Faith" from Addison, Ala.Realty nr used. baby buggy. Reply to mall blue change purse contain- BRADFORD PHOTO SHOP
"Wliat Our Lord Did After His
.. Box 333. Btacke. Itp log change and key last Friday
the Old Testament. Resurrection"; 6:30: Young People's along Call St. or Walnut Ave..
At 6:45: the Training Unions TransfersRecent FOR HALE Broiler., fryers In please. return key to P.O. Box Next Door To Western Union
Meeting Leader Vivian Mc large. or small quantities. Ask 833, Starke. Itp
.. will study "Christ's most precious Rae, Subject, "Why I Believe in at Baker's. place, Klngaley Lake.
elatlon". Mid-Week prayer realty transfers as an- 5-13 3tp I WAN'ffoJD--Ward Attendants, male
; a Life After Death; Wednesday, I and female. High School graduates
,4'' .' Service Wednesday at 8 p. mDveryone 8 p. m.. Prayer Meeting Subject nounced from the office of F. C. LOST OH STKAVKl)-frown and preferred, Apply Florida '"rrr.rss trSflsSr 4s-a-rrrrr.rSrrSs tsr.. p.r.r ,
Is invited to attend as I white male collie from KlnK"ley Farm Colony, P. O. Pox 608.Ualnesvllle .
"What Jesus About
Taught Kollingsworth this week include
this service I Is built around the ; Lake I, !, Village,.-Saturday PIlL1.. Fla. 4-13 2t
.. . Peace. A cordial welcome Is the sale of the 22-acre i"nluu' pet. 90 rewaru xor information -
-- - -- J. O. Marvin -
. ones in the armed forces around extended to all to and leading, to recovery. FOIL SALK-6 acre good land i
the world from Starke. wor- farm on Rd. 28 to Harvey dipt. R. A. WIlllH, 111. 191st Bn.. 710 feet frontage on :State. highway .
-: ship with us in these services. Camp Blandlncr. Itp H4 mlle from town of
Van VIeet of Rocklond 111.; the Starke. 6U miles from Camp
Rev. and Mrs. Illffe arrived( FOU :S.VLK. -1941 Oldsnioldlft,. 4 door Blandlnpr. Had pine trees 10
_ ,. Methodist Church"Good this week from Chicago and are sale to Charley McKinney 35 stolen, radio and 1HJ7 Packard years. old. What Offers? Write
acres southeast of Starke business coupe. Both with good Mr* McMurry, PO, Starke, Fla..
,4 Visiting" will be the Herman occupying the newly redecorated by T. tires. new tag and In good (Uood location for cabins. 5-13 2tp
topic at the Methodist manse during hi.* three months II. Lee of Gainesville and the dition. Sea O. II. Strickland,
\v, University Ave.. con-I FOR IA: [.Trapnested:: white leghorn -
'A Church Sunday morning; at 11 stay as minister here. sale by Hyman Cohen of his homeon or phone 733. -pullets 7 months old. Laying -

o'clock. The choir, under the N. Church St. to Wm. ft."Bill" ; 70%. These chickens cost
FOIl HALK Morve, saddle, brtiieanl 4Ou each when one 'day old.
direction of Mra. A. Z. Adklno, Mrs. Nancy DyalMrs. Alvarez. cow whip. Wm. F. Con. Have 1.000 for sale. Kulnn. Pou.-

_ all Mrs. B.: K. Perryman, organ- :Starke.' Itp try Farm Old Thomas Place.

., will sing 'a wpfclal selection. Nancy Dyal, 91, died Saturday Recent Births FOU :SALE. -Concrete block apartment 6-13 4tp

The evening service will be' April 7. and was burled house, 3 apartments. Income HELP WANTED-Plumber. to con-
$205 month. Cheap for nect up septic tank. Mm. L. M.
c. riHLLIS per
; itured>y congregational sing- with services at the Santa Fe ELIZABETH PREVATTMr. cash. Phone 94. tf Clark Brookslde farm 2 mllen

,4 ; led by Sanford Rltch. Cemetery Monday afternoon at 2 and Mrs. Claud Prevatt -announce out on Blending lid.' 5-13 2tp

___________ ,. ..,,c..; Younic people meet at 7 p. m. o'clock. The Rev. Fred Dodd of- the birth of a daughter, I LOST 2 black STRAYED angus OR STOLEN helfersunmarked -' FJU BALK-2 Jersey. milk cows,

for an Interesting devotional pro- Iclated. Mrs Dyal was a for- Phlllis Elizabeth, la Gainesville b.e".J..dtd. ItewardflO. i one just fresh other fresh In
__ __ J. Morris Edwards. few davH. At farm near far
If my
_ gram; Church School at 10( a. m.and mer resident of Hampton but had Hospital. mers' Market. R. A. .Newaome.Itp.
Prayer Meeting each WedBeaday lived at Cocoa for the past 9yearg. VKOI/ltAK WANTED TO JtNNT-Z bedroom ,S
,, at 8 p. m. j ( : SEARING furnished. houra. .* In Starkc or
i Mr. and Mrs. Earl B. Searing vicinity. \Vrlte box 431-A. Itp 3 :HTKAY DULL YKAKL1NOS: at my You Safeguard Both Your Appearance and

J '" IF - - --\-- ---- - - 4'. announce the birth u_ of n a_ daughter.__ ____" ...,'...... ......u.'D.. ..' UM_"___. ..'_........n._.. ..n_ .place....__"u._ .... About QL.0'-.nv.1 yr. old. -A. X>. Your Clothes: When You Send Them__nn_ tn__ Us_ _

For Safety, Comfort and Economy Carol Rae on March 26 in River- large or sm.Ul\ quantities. Ask For Cleaning. Our !Method Restores Color -
. .
at Baker's Mace, Klngsley Lakn. WTItAlfKl; : > OK IITUI.N-l'.rnm: my
;. side Hospital, Jacksonville 4-8 StP farm IS months old llerford and Life to Fabrics Lengthens the

: : j FOK. ()OVlt1'EOVS .. 1".UItLSUE PARKERMr. heifer yearllnir hole "split marked and swallow cropunderblt Life of The Garment.

(; and Mrs. J. J. Parker fork In other ear. Not branded.
COKRKCTUVl'OKM 8 an- 30 ROOMS It found notify R. E. Hornsby,
-DOS nounce the birth of a daughter /Htarke, and receive reward.

.\TlttN I I2h IIzf Pamela Sue. March 12, In State ALL FURNISHED 5-13 2tP
.' Farm Hospital. Mrs. Parker will ..bM Foil 8ALK-1940 Harley motor I
r PII"bune 147'MB Q cycle. Apply Bradford Photo ROBT.GREEN.
be remembered here as Miss Mll- 315
_ _ _ _ BOOK A nOOM AHEAD Shop. Itp
.. dren Ann McRae.
,. RONNIE LEE ROGERS OR P.\ ENTS deHlgned. Mrs.: Bertha Pearce SOS

L. UNION BUS STATION S-Sgt. and Mrs. Norman P. Gas Heat la Each RoomLARRY'S Went Madison: St. 72i.4tpMATTItBSSES Owner Ave.

Rogers announce the birth of a of all kind. renovated
.. TftnpIe Ave. ,LACY CONWAY Agent SUrke, Fla. son Ronnie Lee Monday April : furniture. upholstered ...ndreflnl..hed.
--: rr-JSs s'"r SSsSr ,S r __ PLACE Drop us a card.
rSSSSrrsssrr rrrrs rSSSt 2, in Alachua County Hospital. HASTINGS MATTRESS CO., Box -

,. Gainesville. Mrs. Rogers prior to KINGSLEY LAKE 230 Patat.... Fla. tt

,' ; HAROLD c. WALL J08. her marriage was Miss Helen 1000 Feet From B Gate Foil SALB-Rough lumber of all
dimensions .
Geneva Parrish of Brooker. S- L. A. Brown. Jr.Brook.r.
Fla. 4tp
Sgt. Rogers Is serving with the ., '
EVERY BRANCH OF Marine Corps overseas.

Lr N S U R A N C E (CKIIV.lluth-OI MI-V.. FMUIIUA) J4 l:1I'N: _

) Cairns Sawyer. Plaintiff, v...
ltu..1H.. ..... Sawyer, Defendant.

AGENCY .vuHsell Sane Sawyer, 188-63 I02nd II WORK
4V Ave., Jamaica ((4)), Long Island, GUARANTEED I

,,,,' I. Constant Service.___ Over 50 Years-I Court May New.You llll York.and are. 1841 cause required' In, wherein the to above appear plaintiff named on H DRUCKER'S I JEWELERS I IEL

.....ek. divorce. Bradford County I

Telegraph hall publish thl. Order 101 CALL STREET III
In next four
weekly Usues.
Please Phone 146 .. 'Witness my hand and official _
i. i ??.M .t i4tsrk.' \Florida thl. April
AIT ., issa.aflL'L't'IAr. II
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-- u. w..n. r* u. Human -- '
A" Clerk of nuld Court.
f! JVAltor I*. tlanlenty Daytona B ach. V Y\
_ 10'1". AUv for Plf. 4.13 4t 64CIHCrrr BRADFORDENGINEERING I

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Elisabeth Lovelace Natlello Plaintiff n s-ar r -en ..
v. Donato, John Natlello. De s --S ace fl Jssppsssssr

1- *rt fendant.lInnEIOF, Can No.PUBLICATION 8714( CO. We Have A Well-Selected Stock of Gifts For

TA,0,1OHIOA? to: Donate. Wearing Apparel, Items for the
John whose reeldence la Crib For _The Nursery or.' For The Healthof
l NEARLY NEW HOUSE._ 5 ROOMS AND 490Tth, Avenue. Brooklyn, New J. MAURICE the
BATH YorK. EDWARDS Mgr. Baby. See Our Large Selection In
You are required to appear Our
NO on Baby Department.
r FIXTURES UNFURNISHED 1 TRAILER May llth. 194S, In the abovi named

_ : cr: INCLUDED WITH HOUSE seeka Court maiden' and divorce n a causn me.and, wherein Bradford restoration plaintiff County I of PHONE 94 JUST RECEIVED BIRDSEYE DIAPERS

Telegraph shall publl.h this Order
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- In next four weekly Uauea.CIMCIIT es r s rs S r fl Sn snnjr.-.d-
\VItnea" my hand and official
- neal at Starke' .'Iorld". this Apr" We Can Please You When Your Needs
PROPERTY AND ( SEAL) A. J. Thorn... We Can Furnish You With All Sizes Call For Fine Stationery. We Have
41 A. Clerk of
___ TRAILER .Id Court.
WITH 3 ROOMS RESERVED Wnite, (". Concrete
FOR Harde..ty. Daylona Beach Building Blocks Many
Fla.. .'By. for Pit 4.13 4t 54iv Gravel Sand Styles and Colors To Select

OWNER $ O.OO PER MONTH Mortar Mix and Cement From. Also
roinr. nunrnnn Plenty of Air Mail and
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PRICE J3.330. TERMS (.UiivT*' rMHIU-1 I4: l"HA.II:,_ ,V-Mail Paper.INSECTICIDES.
PAt. I>i nuM Vincent. ALSO
Plaintiff '
?/ft7? Vincent, Defendant.. Ca., So. . .19S4rrss .
rs=ps a.rS.r __ "
READY = -a. -r s-sq - .- I: - -_-
: Vincent whose OF Sddr.pi FI.oUIDA I" to: (ien TO YOUR JOB

t f N. W.. W..hln..lon D. C.1733 Qlle. ARE NOW IN SEASON

- 1 W. T. CLUTE REALTOR. Court:May.Ioeka You 14th and an dlvorc.,.. 1945.cause r..qlllr.,1 In. Wherein the to above"PP pl"lIff.named r on WE CAN INSTALL ALL TYPES We Have Plenty of Spray..Guns t. at PresentKoST

; Ur"dfBrd County fI,.' _ .hall HARD TILE AND . -> '
In publl.h thia Order ASPHALT TILE. v an_-,C-- ts -- c S - '
'n."t....four.. weekly I..u."lIn. ,..
m ;119 EAST CALL STREET\ lOt hnd and official -- Let Us Give You An Estimate ,_
M STARKE Fhlflda this April!
,- 9th.. IUS.

L.- Ae CUf'FIC'IAL Clark of SEAL.aid )Cnurt.A..J. Thoma.. DRUG STOREr

T. Frank LAndrum Let Us Build
AttT. for Pit., IH.rke.4.n FioI4a. Your Post War Home
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