Group Title: Bradford County Telegraph.
Title: Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Uniform Title: Bradford County Telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke, Fla.
Starke Fla
Publication Date: June 22, 1945
Frequency: weekly
Subject: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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Bibliographic ID: UF00027795
Volume ID: VID04920
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 33886096
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Home Needn't Worry Over Filipino

rnpetitiOll, Sot. Anderson Say . ) xLads BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH i j

lid/ k-Sked Lassies Know When To Say No
-- Official Counts Publication A'slaMiBhed In 1877 J
Philippine Island In the swampy lakes and river _

night, Special Service got regions.! Our Florida 'gator looks I VOLUl\UJ SIXTY-S"VEN SrA1tKi. FLORIDA, 'lUln\', .I IIN I,; :22.' : lit,.'" Ntr\lIu.n'l.llIu.fY..IVE: : I I I
yet and gave us a movie, petfuf and peaceful beside his
-- --
'the blllI and thls. Philippine cousin. Grandmother!

11 Matrimony"spcond time, we con. what great big teeth they have! New Jail !
the 5,000 PoundsOf Local BillsAffecting
onlY picture as fairly new. The better to chew off a leg, my
rod the" "have dear, so our hunters keep a safe Tickets May Be Obtained By Buying A f

re must abOut 50C(, R;o."t distance. S e On County List Bond at The Bank, The Post Office or at Clothing City
'Iemlnded A word here about the Fllipplco The Door ,of The USO. Don't Miss This TreatI

girls Me' have "",. Manyare

re 111..nI1Ih'l...two dint !- about pretty the ,same the as average it does runn at Of Post-War Musts Collected Here Are Explained '

explosions l home they like to dance and

two mortar*' sing although their step and It's Just a matter of time un. Approximately 100 boxes of Starke .Is larger territorially. J

\\af find, and e songs are .of 1940 vintage, and tit Bradford County bas. a new sorted and parked clothing and Its mayor will be elected for a utwoyear

the same most! of th tn have been throughtwo Jail to replace the outmoded edifice Eyes I FrontAllSoldier shoes were finished and ready for term and city councilmen !

the crowd schools academic and ex that has played host to local shipment from the American will have the authority to
the l left near perience. They are friendly lawbreakers for the past 00 years Legion Hall Wednesday Chair alter their salaries, according '

,creep. Jump- and If you can manage an Introduction The "time" will be as soon as man D A. Montulth of the United the provisions of special bills passed I

up and tamj they will date. sometimes building restrictions are lifted and \\ National Clothing Drive announced at the last session of the State I
rearward render a kiss after the materials are once more avail \ \ that the response had been' Legislature.

,ugh the rest of the audl- second date, but that's all, able.The Show From Standing overwhelming and the amount of Although exact copies of these ;
ever Camp
Immediately yone brother! Even our Dixie boys, State Prison Board has clothing contributed Is expected bills have not yet"been obtained

nt frantically followed In the rush ,who have Romeo reputations as long since condemned BradfordCounty' Presented by IHTC & Army Service Forces to exceed 5.000 pounds State Senator Charley E. Johns, :i

knocked down Casanovas from Blending to Jail and haa encouraged Bradford County was not given at the request of the Telegraph, l
'11 tried to fold I Picket, admit that the local officials to go ahead with plans USO Club Starke Florida a quota but each state was given this week reviewed the local bills

'K! make my own escape: lassies are "nicer girls.. So for a new structure, to be built one. An official of the Clothing briefly as follows: '

nt one way, the chair went wives don't worry; (girls, don't at the earliest possible date. The Headquarters In New York City : ."One of the bills provided for

other. Then adding Injury fret; mothers, don't be anxious. Board of County Commissioners Friday, June 22, 8:30 P. M. made a recent trip to Greece with the retirement of our Chief of i

Insult, I wax stomped on by S at Its meeting here early this the first shipment of the clothing Police at half pay. Another bill i'

peeing\ feet to the detri-and June first was a memorable day; month requested the firm of FEATURING THESE BIG-TIME STARS and he stated that the effect of extended the boundaries of the ,

Dt of my right elbow In Philippine history On that Reynolds, Smith &: Hills, archi clean, whole clothing and shoes on City of Starke west approximately ,

t kneecap both, ,were* date, the commonwealth government tectural engineers, to submit "a O PVT. JIMMY LEWIS the morale of the almost naked one-half mile and taking in a 40- j '' !! '

DIM'll. decided, all traffic shiftedto proposal of services in connection people of that country was simply acre block north, wh 1 c h would j ,

Big bell-bent herd knocked over the right-hand side of ,the road with ,the erection! of a county Emcee from Chez Maurice, Montreal amazing. take In LAndsey Orlffls' place and :

Ibedsheet screen, caught their Instead of moving In the traditional Jail". There were approximately five the tract of land recently purchased :

; in the wires and .broke all continental left-aide style Among the undesirable features 9 PVT. TOMMY TAYLOR large boxes of shoes. The cartons I by Henry Manassa. All :

ictlona, and in general belike Naturally the switch caused almost of the present Jail, as pointed out used for packing were contributed I of the extension east of town was j jI

I a pack of civilian In as much confusion at first by state Inspectors, Is the fact Former Vocalist with Benny Goodman I by various business I eliminated from the bill as there j
iwded theatre "after some as a Jap banzai attack because+ that sanitary facilities are Inadequate I houses. Mr. Monteith wishes to was considerable. complaint from'd'

fai bellows "fire! Major John during our 15 months over here ; there Is no provision for 9 PVT. JIMMY RIDDLE thank the American Legion for citizen there In regard to being

devllle (Mobile) had a tooth all driving has been left-handed the segregation of youthful offen the use of the hall, each of the taken Into the city Kmits.

(eked out. A Filipino child (we according to established custom. ders from older culprits; and there Harmonica Wizard of /WSM Grand Ole Opry sub-stations which accepted the "A third bill) provided that the

aye have a crowd of' movie- eWe are no special accommodiatlons clothing until It could be picked l mayor should have a twoyearterm

ed 1 natives at our shows) sus- were driving up a rutted are no special accommodations e PVT. DICK GOLDHAHNThe up and each of the persona who along with other city officials

ed a deep cut on the leg. trail that passes for a highway helped to canvass the town and and also set forth that the t

ns of soldiers received pata.all 'on local maps in our C-'n-R car, Metropolitan Hillbilly to sort and pack the clothing people should continue ito elect

.. cuts and bruises. and crossed Infantry Day There was a lot of time and work the Chief of Police Instead of
just as we a narrow
IA rap attack No. A be- river spanned by a pontoon bridge PVT. VINCE PASQUARELLIAccordion represented in the rows of packed,, having him appointed by the
IdiTfd little grass snake try- sealed boxes waiting to be pickedup Council, as had bean proposed. U
with which had
the crowd crawled : Orchestra' bv the set the salaries of volunteer firemen
j to escape placed the wooden structure blown Colorful EventA Star from Xavier Cugat's express company.Mr
.r r the turf near where some 'out by retreating Japanese, we Monteith announced that at 12 per practice and $3 per
soldiers were sitting on fire Instead of 14 per fire, as reported -
.gtA would be
saw a wild boar chasing twcbridgeguarding RICHARDS & RAWLINSFast clothing no longer accepted
the O. Is. In last week's tOne !
and Telegraph
ground G. I.. Cpl. Ellis better understanding of the as the drive haa officially
take like womena Dance Team of the bills also containedthe
to on Stepping
ended. The clothing is shipped
Studdard (Corinth, Miss.) stoppedthe Infantryman, backbone of the
mice let loose. following paragraph "To ,
with ;
room to Headquarters In New York
U. S. was the
car and Capt. Maurice Poole Army gained by '
distant mortar Ire f'Just NORMAN & SILVERS where It 1 Is again sorted and repacked authorize the City Council to determine
(Trenton, N. J.-my boss) alighted thousands of visitors who came by ordinance the salary ,
coincidence. with his carbine to shoot the from all parts of Florida to witness for shipment overseas. '
er a while, when a furious Those Capering Comedians of all elective and appointive officers ,:
animal. The officer back the spectacular Infantry Day
of the of
City Starke and i
Ie didn't develop, the boyst
the rifle's bolt and released It, but program at Camp Blandlng last
out of their fox holes, repel Lets Contract provide' that the salary may be 1
the damaged screen and the cartridge Instead of slipping Friday.' 273rd A G F 16-Piece Swing Band l City changed. during the term for' :

ng., and we proceeded to wit- smoothly out of the clip and sliding An elaborate display of equipment which any officer U elected or \
Into the breech, Jammed, and was spread out before the appointed." ,
with hoer
..i "Holy interruptions Matrimony"other than by that time the boar reachedthe wondering eyes of civilians, who Directed by T. Sgt. Hub Ellis ForNew Garage InorewMMi Pension 1 I.J I.
Poole smacked marveled .at the processof .
Captain. Captain Senator Johns -succeeded in I 1
[generator running-out gasduring' the razor-back on the snout training" that...$oea" Into production jt .. paining a bill 1 thr
*the\..'fpcond.reel.* Ins ., 'with the rifle,,butt' and added ararmy of a .tT.: ''/S. foot oofdier.'; Prisoner A contract was":awarded by the raising. the pension of Confederate ..1

[rfc Raymond "Shorty"'Ilas- boot kick for good measure,, Those ,who .had I thought that allan German Found Fn HideOutNear City Council 'Tuesday night to J. veteran and, their wives : l I

Mobile and Ruben Jones and the boar ran under the car Infantryman does Is march M. Edwards, owner of the Bradford $10 a month HO that they will receive f
nj ( )
and out on, myside. I was able and fire a rifle were truly aston Engineering Co., for the con- $60 monthly. But In referring -
|:ua( "', .\ ..), two of our MPs, '
re on duty along a lonely to Jockey a cartridge into my carbine ished to see how much the"doughfoot" Alligator Creek; Treed By MPsBruno struction of a garage and storeroom to his efforts to obtain '

rifle okeh. but when I squeezed knows.A for city equipment, to be an Increase for "old people" Senator -
ttch of road recently,
spotted a Jap sniper In a the trigger the cartridge wasa feature of the afternoon'sprogram Balzer found a nice placeto vine, but did not reply. constructed, on property of the Johns) said, "All we were table -

beside the They' misfire and so did nothing. By : was a spectacular para hide out during his stay in "1 said put that fire out when City_Light A Water rAant. to get was just what the little

night their rifles bear and that time the boar was out of chute Jump by thirty men from Starke: a circular spot of high you get through cooking,"" Mrs. The building will 'be 26x00 feet boy shot at-Just what they

t him have It. Down from the range Into the Jungle by the road- Fort Stewart Bennlng Field who from spilled one out of over the ground under a large oak tree, Johns repeated. and of concrete block construction have had all the time: Nothing."

,, dead fell the poor, furry side. transports. liberally sprinkled i with pine Just at that moment her -year- Mr. Edwards' bid was $8,003.37, Concerning the present deadlockover

ite little monkey. It's a cruelt Twas all very funny after It newest type events troop was a realistic needles and almost completely old nephew, Wayne Mundorff, who A number of post-war projectswere redlatrlctlng the state, Senator -
Climaxing Johns sold, "It looks like
>t by the gods of war that was over. If the boar had been demonstration by Infantry surrounded with dense jungle-like had followed her from the house discussed by the council will "
battle we be here all
okes the harmless monkey laps, and our rifles cut-up like Spectators saw growth. Within a stone's throw I' across the field called out "How members) with C. B. Powell, consulting summer :

nun look so much like the_ that, I possibly wouldn't be telling assault troops. of weaponsIn was a field of yellow corn while did ,you get through the fence, engineer of Jacksonville.It .
array '
the Infantry's
and trees was decided to proceed with Jax YMCA Official
Po you about It. bazookasand orange trees peach supplied Aunt Ruby?

e e e We proceeded on our bullyt-beef actual flame use throwers.Including the necessary variety for Hearing other voices, the man plans for' adopting a building, Gives Inspiring ,
lamenting the loss of fresh his diet. There was even running plumbing and electrical code. ;
other favorite"' sport haa de- way Most soul-stirring event of the slumped to the ground "kind of
bed, that of crocodile shooting pork. afternoon was a Regimental water! like an accordion folding up", Talk At Rotary ;.

Parade In which more than 6,000 Bruno Balzer, WM a German Mrs.John described and started Merchant Marine i I

of prisoner of war; among the five slipping deeper Into the : Otis Hinnant, head of boys work k
well-trained troops-many Vets
FourFaulkner Needs Discharged \
cation School At Two of them departing soon for duty who escaped from Camp Blan- undergrowth. It wa then that with the YMCA In Jacksonville, ,

ethodiat Church Brothers overseas-passed in review before ding last week and the last to she realized who he was. Navy and Coast Guard veterans was guest speaker at the Rotary '

FurloughsStaff admiring thousands in the grand be recaptured.He Hurrying back to the house are urged by Mrs., Helen Rodman, Club Wednesday, bringing an Inspiring t

Big Attendancehighly Home on stands. probably though he was she called one of her roomers, a manager of the Gainesville office message on purpose and 1

Vacation Sgt. Robert L. Faulknerand Once again the Camp Blandlng pretty smart to find such an Ideal Camp Blanding. sergeant, himself of the U. S. Employment Serviceof spirit of Rotary., Mr. Hinnant Is (;
member of the Jacksonville Ro-
Warrant Officer Paul H. IRTC and all others cooperating. set-up for his hide-out purposes, of German extraction and asked the War Manpower Commission a
Ie School Is now In progressthe Faulkner, fifty percent of a four- are to be congratulated on but aa Is usually the case, no "How would you like to capturea to ship out In the Merchant tary Club and la now In this vicinity I

Methodist Church, with man brother team that \\M serving Ing a successful Infantry stag-I' matter how smart a fellow might German prisoner?" Marines, where men are urgently supervising at the Immokalee.summer activities .

unil 100 students attending Uncle Sam In: World War II, were be--there Is always someone- justa The sergeant armed himself and needed to keep supplies movingto A Club Camp can either be of real 1

|h day. back on home territory this week Truck Owners Apply little bit smarter rushed to the spot, but the escaped the fighting front. service to the community or It ; '
that someone
Inatructlon :Is after being -separated for many GasAll In this instance P.O.W. had vanished. The Men who are Interested should b merely a "eatingtub"
varied. Including 3rd Quarter housewife Ruby Johns can e come ,
months thousands of miles of : was busy only telltale bit of evidence left see the Employment Service representative .
by stated
e atones wL"1"dow ; Mr. Hinnant depending -
'singing, visual aid from her kitchen
land and ocean. truck owners will apply as behind was a German-English who Is at the court- on the willingness of the "
tratlon and handicraft. of the local rationing board about 5 o'clock last Thurs- dictionary In which Bruno Balzer I house In sta.rke"each Thursday
Robert had been a prisoner usual to members to cooperate In the Rotary -
of i
h It closing exercises will bed and Paul was any time after Thursday, June 21 day afternoon, puffs blue-gray had scrawled in English, "Keep morning from 0 a. m. Applications aims
In Germany
Wednesday night June 27, war Injured In a parachute Jump In for their third quarter gasoline. smoke coming the field from that the separatesher woods/ camouflage simple". are also received at the office He described the great force !\\i 1

8 1 p. m. Handiwork and art the Philippines, but most of their As has been! previously announced, beyond house from the undergrowth.Ever The sergeant ran to the nearen In Gainesville 334 East Main for' good that Rotary .Is In foreign I.

I lit on display and'aU past tough times were forgottenIn the applications will be sent from since she can remem- t telephone office and called Street, South. countries. He has travelled
par- the Joy of reunion and the fact here to this district's mailing center have used this the HP's. Five men from the Veterans of 18 months at sea, extensively and has always found

Md friends are Invited to at- that they were back home. At and the coupons will be mailed ber small described boys M "the Island" MP office In the City Hall either on deck or In the engine hla membership In Rotary a great I

d. Memory work and singing present they are visiting their sister out' from there. It Is absolutely because spot- It Is above water even rushed to the Johns' home and room of a vessel of over 100 gross help In making friends In foreign

be featured In a special prom : Mrs. G. W. Jordan, at her necessary that the applicant bring when the banks of nearby Alligator two radio cars, with another tons, are eligible for examination cities: where clubs exist."There t, '

put on by the entire school. farm' home west of town. his CWN (Certificate of War Necessity Creek overflow-an an ten men, were sent In from as third mate or third assistant U more to life than f!; !

Abject of the The B-19 Flying Fortress In ) when he goes to file his outdoor cooking spot so Mrs.Johns Camp Blandlng. Spreading out engineer, and men with 14 months eating three square meals a day I

the morning service officiated as waist application. not so much of from the point where Bruno similar experience may enter a and accumulating a bank roll."
Robert thought
church Sunday will be which over she feared Balzer wan camping, the men Maritime Service training school the speaker stated, stressing the "
down itself
shot a*
s Great gunner was the combed the woods southwest officers. Mere h ant Marine and satisfaction that
Capacity for God". Four Edward'sThe for happiness i
last September 22. At St. the fact that the fire might
!re Munich the railroad tracks. Near added to Navy timeto tries to' "
Will be a special anthem by lost In; undel'JYUwth-' toward time can be comes to a member who ,
members were In the dry
choir.' of the crew and Rev. Raymond Amiro has spread the trestle, a mile or no below meet the 14-month requirementfor be of some service to the com !
The service but Robert I down her kitchen mop
evening Putting
the blazing plane Balxrr
found Bruno officers, she added.
administrator pro town thry prospective
feature to appointed the powder- munity. ;
parachuted been out across
congregational .slng- five of his buddies Edward's Catholic she started two hours later, perched precariously Naval radio operators, chief cooks, ,
safety, were taken prisoner and I tern of St. Father I M. J. dry field, stooped under a strandof In a small oak trre. |' and second cook-bakers may be !
Starke. Board
4 In In at Welfare
Luft No. Church barbed wire and stopped
Prayer meeting U held eachaddY carried: to Stalag liberated on :, Fogarty, formerly assigned here, dense undergrowth, not Back at the German's camping I able to qualify for similar ratings
at 8 p. m. and an InE Prussia. They were 104th I has been promoted to the pastorate the hundred yards from ground a dozen or so dry corn In the Merchant Marine, even Positions Open
at 2ft by troops of the I In more than a of without actual sea duty.
several orange
party for service April Catherine's Church cobs and piles JI
men of St. small opening I
I Ir her house. Through a six :Mr. L. A. Rennold. member of
wives and friends each Division. 1 peelings and pulp told the story of Men who have had at least
E nday! at 8 p. m. ta the Of his treatment In the German -i In the bushes she could see a, how he fought off hunger pangs months at sea on deck, or two the District No. 3 Welfare Board,
recre- area i
n hall. All service men 'and prison camp Robert says I Australia and the Philippines man in the circular open which during the two or three days he months In the engine room of a announced this week that tests 1 t.,
r Wlvee are invited to'attend.M the men were pushed around a as a Warrant Officer with the stirring something bricks a pan over a U believed to have hidden out In 100 gross ton vessel may qualifyas for 10 classes of positions with I '+,
bit but on the whole were not I Imlt 482nd Parachute Field Artillery. was resting on two this spot. By fortunate circumstance able seaman, If he can pass a I the State Welfare Board and the

ated. Food was none too 1 His; foot was severely Injured in small fire. that thY (for him) a water faucet lifeboat examination and men : Florida Industrial Commission will I .

Enough Sugar plentiful but they managed to i a practice Jump and he was returned She saw Instantly The had been Installed by Mr. and who have had at least two months be given in the near future.
tarry make out all right with the. IIUP. to the States and sent to was no mere Boy and Mrs., Johns at the lower end of at sea In the engine room may Positions Include clerk, senior 1
y gpP4 proprietor of the plement provided by Red Cross Oliver General Hospital at Au- man was of medium height the field for Irrigation purposes 'take examinations for ratings of clerk, static tic a I clerk, typist,
Drs Bakery, .tales recently developed build and had dark hair over oiler. stenographer, tatlstlcan.. and
that the package susta. Ga. He has But It so 'Bruno Balzer I had running fireman, watertender. or
customers and has been receiving balding high forehead. Guard veterans' war-duration visitor July 7 haa i
frequently find Faulkner arrived In the malaria that water at his camp site. Navy and Coast ;
bakery! closed dUring the day'r Sgt. reached treatment at Camp Blan- had not yrt occurred to her behind at the spot Interested In the Merchant Marine been announced by the Merit System (
that and left
.;ne: cannot ,obtain enough States on June After 3 enjoying a ding while on his furlough here. he might be an escaped Germanprisoner. Also two empty Coca-Cola bottlesone should bring with them proof of Council as the final date for 1'

' meet the demand for"mit home June 7. will go to He has been In the Army almost' were still cool when the MPs arrived birth and transcript: of service, filing applications. Full Information -
ery t he Ore out when you -
60-day furlough "Put that be obtained from the
W* bake w1 which can be obtained by writingor may
been emptied.The
"dtotrtbutton.H years. had Just
r :'p cantpeu ghat and then Miami ''Beach for of the 96th Both men are sons of Mr. and get through cooking so It won'tspread. as$64 It question remain: wiring the Bureau of Navy Per Merit\ System :Office, Gainesville I

ahopotithe Mr was a member Faulkner who recently ." Mrs. Johns called. the sonnel. Navy Department, W..hIngton. or from U. S. Employment Service ,
; day of the 15th Army Mrs. Ben startled. He stepped Where did Bruno Balzer get I
ltated. BomberGroup The man was
Raiford offices.
< home near D. C.
H* Mk the m- old their farm .
? I
genre based In Italy. screening grape Coca-Colas
behind a
of the public during this Air Force and moved to Kentucky. : I '

04 of sugar shortage I Paul Faulkner served 14 month i p'I


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C. FRID."', I
I No. ssos.OnnElt Leon Starling. t
Cane fjin
I* C'lnC'I'IT ('0 I'HT.cnvirv n.UFOJlU.) OFANI PUALICATtON ma Starling, '4t'* .,
FLORIDA. ..4 C'NA:4 Clara' ; William ;: -, J'
I )) NOTICE TO APPEAH Wvo'yn' MI 1 31tsp
f Marbl"1Byrd Edward STATE OF FLORIDA to: William Alva Thomas Sin, *' hi..J, 1i;
v. '
Plaintiff Thomas 'II '
Jessl Mayo, whosa address andrenldonca Shaw T" <*. 4i4'
Uyrd Defendant I'Uil.leATION'ANn ('HHe No. 8799. la unknown.You to the following i I ,, ,7'I.I* (tat''
Established. 1877 OIUEH OF / are' required to appear on CommenclnaTi ,,, "?'
1 ,. NOTICE TO AI"PEAHRTATE 2nd, 194B. In the above namedCourt S\V'4' of NW'', n '
E. I. Mntdiewfl ____________ Editor and Owner OF FLORIOtll: Edward j July: :mid: cause, wherein, plaintiff and run 1RHI": i, >-1''I'
Dyad whose residence Is divorce and restoration of run North loii; '''I' throy,
seeks \ .
on I ?" '
F? You lire required to appear named maiden name. Bradford County West 48 yard, ,11 er ,,;
; PnbUahedVorkly on FrltlajM and Entered a till: Second Char Matter July 2nd, 11M3 In wherein the above Teli'ffriiph shall publish this OrderIn I 108 yards. to I'| "?, I' 1i't" ',
? 'ourt and n.-xl t four weekly Issues.Witness n mi I Inmi ,'
ti 4ry, at the Pout Office at Starke Florida.' Q Ht.eks. divorce, fustmly anil' rnaint..nanc ord my hand and official seal East! alno. ,nil|| Nv 1' : 'il.
of ChildrenI1,7"df"shall publish at Starke. Florida, this May 28th Sec 24, Twp v. tWand < J

Return To Courtesy 0 SOME:\ TIME AGO a leading by J.LHARRELL ____- Order rounty Witness In Telegraph.. mva'hankeand' I I"offlcliil""*", 1945OFFIfI< 4 t. SEATA. J. Thomas, Putter being Public Cn H, ?" I, r'l.'I'\f fr"''}'
28th ,
nary Id M! f
magazine pub lished Florida, this May AH Clerk said Court. : ''I !
Planned Its Iluaincss seal at Starke 5 acres, more , "nt.inelathln ,
lion T. Frank Landrum, Btarke i 1
an amusing and significant AND THE LAWTEY NEWS Z5th. 1945fOFFFCIAI:; ,
for rif. 6-1 4t 6-28 s' ? |
For 1J: osi-JV ar Era! PEAL) A. J. Thomas, Flu Atty W H( h*,, ''I g +
t cartoon showing a There's a lot that could be said Mrs. A. H. Harley Sr., for a few As. Clerk of said Court. i NOTICE OF SIIVOU'S\ As Quar.dl'ans'. t 0],,, ,I'' ,"I
t ,
of waiters Law rocchangeHiilldlna C.AN'taOF 'Vt t.j,
group arrogant Hon. J. S. Harrison !
raised In house
about being a log days
;. Jacksonville, Florida, I IS'OTICW IS HEREBY OIVEN!: TO
gathered around the manager of a restaurant. "Shall and attending school in the same, Mrs. Victor (Lucile) Applebyand Atty. for Plf. 8-1 H 6-22 WHOM: IT MAY CONCKHN that we
the change" one of the waiters was asking "from du- as well aa about the ignoranceof children of Jacksonville were I will on the 8th day of July 1945, Il

rqtion\ arrogance to post-war courtesy be sudden or that day and time. But sometimes visiting Luclle'a parents, :Afr. and iv('.U''liTY niinir, FLOIIIU.'I tiuiii, nn 1"1"i CIIAYCEBY. >Foitnneulah for nell,.cash for all the\the highest interest and of bent the following bid Buy War BoniTOU

, gradual Ignorance is an asset rather Mrs. J. E. Warren, one day last I named minors In and to the J
yp l than a liability. Take for In- week. Friend husband is in the Brannon Mayo, Plaintiff. lands herein after described to- '
It is nice to see that more and more people are vs. William Jessie Mayo, Defen- wit: Interest of J. M. Starling Jr., }
stance when Oscar Andreu, D. E. Merchant Marines, stationed at
beginning to concern themselves with plans for a return -
Doc Ben Rowe St. Pete while how to
Knight, Herlong, learning
to the courtesy of normal times. Indeed, the trend
Louie Hill, Buddy Norman Lawton swim.
,J h is making such progress that the State Chamber of .
Conner and myself were Louie Lee Wainwright, of Ban-
i. Commerce has even announced plans for public observance young. Folks were so Ignorantthen ana River, was in town with bellson

;) of "Courtesy Week", beginning July 15. that the Jails were few and last Sunday. There's enough

Although we are normally allergic to the trite and far between and there watn't any Wainwrights lu the armed forcesto
overworked custom of setting aside a "Week" for a such thing as an electric chair. form a company of their own,, HOARD
Our parents taught Us the rule even hasn't been
thousand and one inconsequential purposes! this is on"Week" though Truby .
of two at home, and our teachers drafted yet.Painless .
that we are heartily in favor of and would
the rule of three at school. !
They dentistry my eye
; like to see observed.In .
( taught the rule of three with a They'll knock you down and ride

l ,I.- explaining its movement, the State Chamber slate and pencil and also gave Instructions you like a cowboy rides an unbroken -

says: In dancing and praying mule. Tweezers nothing! WAR BONDSNot

rri' "Courtesy might not be a lost art, but many people with a 42-inch hickory limb. Our They use blacksmith shop tools

.4 have neglected 'the art of'common courtesy during our parents taught us anti-lying and then hang you by your teeth until

: ..... wartime recession from normality. stealing with anything handy your body aches all over. Oh
t from a hair brush to an axe well, every dog has his day and : ..
p; f.+ "War nerves' shortages of goods and shortagesof I
handle when they could not finda Uncle Joe's time is coming, just .. Cash !
labor, have too often resulted in a shortage of razor strap. wait and see. .

courtesy. Some employes have taken an attitude of I Ignorant? Yes so ignorant that The many friends of Mrs. Kathleen . "
i : If 'the boss be damned ; I can get another job tomorrow'. the jails were few and far be- Coley (nee Miss Kathleen . :Pt I

Even some business men have seemed to 'condescend tween and there wasn't any such Blanchard, daughter of Mr. and

; to let their customers buy their wares'. thing as an electric chair Mr. A. M. Blanchard) of 1360 Both are guaranteed by your 'Government. I

"But postwar tomorrow is not far away; and N. W. Third St., Miami, will be I

r.1'' S when it arrives employers will be able to select their I see that HermIe Kelly is grieved to learn that her husband, But War Bonds increase in value idle cash
' '' back after a clanged vacationin James Roland Coley, passed away
workers from numbers of applicants and customers
West Florida He that not We does NOT!
reports long since. Lawteyites
will do business with
pick the firms they from among
he felt In love with
Pensacola, but sympathize with you, Kathleen, in
many. The customer will)) be 'right' again. Good will won't say what her last name la. your hour of trouble. When $75 for a $100 Bond this is
#,a. ''h will)) then be a most valuable asset., and it is built with Ills niece came back with him you pay ,
Ir 't' 1 ;( courtesy, which costs nothing." but for some reason I don't- know CHURCH BULLETINS: what happens: .
I ,,r r Along the same line we find L. O. Head, presidentof what her name Is. Methodist: Rev. Mr. Hickman, .. ";#, .'..;".'.;;No.- \"."..'.'.'.'"": ';.\' _

l the Railway Express Agency, stating that "PerF. Lawtey has some new transient pastor. Sunday School servicesat Y

r. formance of some extra service for a customer, how. citizens. Mrs. Frank Ponzoe and 10 a. m. Church services at
small two little sons will make their 11 a. m. and 8:15: p. m. Other AFTER 2 YEARS IT'S WORTH 76.50
ever a friendly manner, a slight courtesy or a
at the Harrell services
House while
: announced from the
pleasing telephone big dividends. He
response pay
her husband is doing the Camp pulpit.
constantly stresses a policy that will bring our country
Ulandlng-. Baptist Rev. Mr. will 4 YEARS
Cooper AFTER 80.00
back to a more gracious manner of living. George F. Young has sold his supply for the pastor, Rev. Cut- IT'S WORTH

War is a destructive task master. We have all stock of dry good and notions to shaw, while the Cutshaws are away -

been kicked around. We have all stood in line to buy an out-of-town merchant and expects on vacation. Sunday Schoolat AFTER 6 YEARS 84.00
l to visit old friends and 10 a. m. Church services at IT'S WORTH
the common necessities in life and have ,tried to ignore
t kindred before going north to purchase 11 a. m. and 8:30: p. m. BYPUat
the insufferable attitude of some salespeople who a new stock. You can't 7:30: p. m. Mid-week Prayer

t seemed to take great delight in telling you they were keep a good man down. Fes is Services Wednesday 8.30: p. m. AFTER 8 YEARS IT'S WORTH $92.00 I

I 86 and still as active as a bee in ,
out of the article you wanted, and quite astonished that '
) a tar bucket. With two new ministers in town
,p' you had the temerity to ask for it Four teen-aged young gentle with un-biased opinions, we should, -IN 10 YEARS irs WORTH 100.00

L'' Yea, we will welcome the return to common men, Alvin Lewis, James Phillips, learn where we stand if we will

courtesy More power to the State Chamber of Comm Bobbin Whit e h e a d and Ernest go to church Sunday and listen
Wells, are back home after aweek's while they extoll the virtues of
and unbounded for its Week!IAM II
rce success Courtesy
outing at Camp McQuarrie, the good. Don't put it off. ..

I Austin Park. They report a swell --- KEEP FAIT/1 1 BUY

ltt; Can Use More Pulpwood time.The many white friends as wellas IV c'inn'IT coinr. IIII\I>FDHI> : / 1 Y

the colored of Austin Cot T1. FLU.UIJAI. 111 ('HAN_ WITI1 ;
'rv "*' Paul an CNnv.nehtvenida. ., WAR BONDS
STsfflP* WRIT[. -TIMBER DKirT. 81-year-old< colored man, will regret w 1"enio Albrecht t t A
murVTContainer to learn that he riulntlff, vs. Stephen Albrecht De
g : ,; Corp'n. of America, Fernandina, Fla. leis reward last week. Austin passed has fendant.ORDER Case OF No.PUBLICATION 3837. OUR FIGHTERS jjjfflfijfi/ FOR KEEPS
made his home In and around AND NOTICE TO API'KAR_. ._ _
STATF! flit1 t.'rirfrtA..... + u i.
----- -- -" w. "' ''''''
Rf . I .. Lawtey for the past 40-odd years: Albrecht, whose address ins rte
', and was highly respected all Stephen Albrecht, 3262B2J5, 213th
'} ii : ICE I COLD WATERMELONS who knew him. I'oHtmaster Military. I'oIUe.San Francisco A.HO., Califor SIS. % 0

Mrs. O. B. Reddish resigned her: nia-1

' position with the bus station proprietor July You Iflth are, 1915.required In the to above appear mim on SAM ROSENBERG & SON

; CantaloupesComplete and Is now vacationing in ed Court seeks and divorce muse,and wherein restoration plaintiff -

San Francisco. of maiden name Bradford County
Mrs. Ernest Hewitt of Talla- Telegraph shall publish this Order NEW & USED
In next four weekly Issues. FURNITURE
hasse was visiting her cousin
Witness my hand and official
Mrs. F. R. Carradine, last week. 7Si' at Htarke, Florida, this June
Mrs. Wm. A. Blocker, her
son ( SEAL '. A. J. Thomas
Peaches and daughter-in-law, Capt. and As Clerk of said Court.
11 : T Frank Landrum, Starke, Florida. J Jt's
.. 'F. 'i.-, ) Mrs. Bill Blocker, and her grandson Atty. for Pit. -i5 4t 'i-I I:
Jack, broke bread with the
J Louie Hills one day last week -

Line of Fresh .% The Blockers hall from Jackson.
..;> ville.
Mkt rr Fruits & VegetablesDICANDIO'S
The many friends of Enoch J,

Roberts will be grieved to learn a picnic. . Have a Coke

that he passed away last week. He
CURB MARKET had made his home In Lawteyfor

lo these many years and was

Ilp 'k. r ., II.. ... Call at Cherry II Street I. ,. .. knew loved him.Mistress and. respected by all who
f r'
Postmistress Mae B.
[ Wells had a letter from her

daughter, Martha, saying that
ONWAY'Sl both of the granddaughters are
',',W ,
I Y'Mlit doing fine.
I + th
Daniel Starling didn't catch a

y / Service Station bear nor lock a lion's jaws, but

4t the bear caught him one day last

week while he was working for
,, 'g'4 rilQNE 147 RING 2 FOR SERVICE of
one Staike's number one fishermen
tF6 Bill Mundy.

Oil Changing Lawtey la to have a new business -
e n t e rprise. The Lawtey

Greasing Hardware, J. O. Raulerson man

( t Waxing ager, will open for business next
Monday. Mr. Raulerson is Bradford -
Washing i County bred and raised and

j has a host of friends who will 111111,1,
0 Polishing ,
t) wish him well In his business + C1tDir

;b 0 Tire Repairs venture.

Mrs. Lonnie (Helen) Harley, Jr.,

ELECTRIC ARC WELDING and son Junior, recently of Rich y

mond, Va.. but now of Miami, are ,

.. 1lAIAnA visiting Lonnie's parents Mr. and

4 Ii 1(1( U V U ONE HOUR :NOTICK OP\TIOX: FOIl n slid J / w1r
jt (Horn.. Hill No. 1S4KII: r
Henry Bryant the holder of
,.. the following certificate has filed.
aid. certificate .
l a a tax deed to
J, be Issued thereon. The certificate
number and year of Issuance, the

the description name I In of which the It property was assented, and . friendly to
are as follow.: everyone happy 1Ha'e
Certificate No. 185. Year of Is
suance nu.n"'rlptlon.
of Property 3 5 A of a Coke is a friendly
p 1 r'' EH of SW" of SEW< Sec. S Twp. phrase right in the,carefree picnic I
spirit. /
) f
AUTO LITEI1ATTERIES 1 s. n. 11 E.. Containing S Acres.. /
'i Name In which assessed Un There's ,
FLORIDA known.All in
every sip of ice-cold
Coca-Cola. .
of said property. being in There's life, _
MOTOR the County of lratlford. State ,
rlrrda.Unless. sparkle and goodness that _
such certificate or certificates bring out the sunny side in : _

DUSSES t!!! J..ISIIIA TD to law shall the property be redeemed described according In Yes, Coke always makes everybody. _
such certificate picnic time
For or certificates
Safety LU/IJr.G I be sold to the highest bidder at will the or any time, refreshment time.

court house door on the first Mon "Coke"-Coca-Cola
Comfort & Economy day In the month of July
Take Care which' 'I. the tnd day of July U45.1945.: OITIID UNDER AoiHomr or THI COCA-COIA coarA.T You naturally bear Cocs.Cols
Of It Dated this Ind day of June,
1943. \caSed 'by iu friendly bbr.vuWJ
Clerk(OFFICIAL of Ircult SEAL Court) A.of J.Bradford Thomai' STARKE COCA-COLA BOTTLING _ |Cots BMMUI th*quality P1"

Li':zm County Florida. 0.I 4t .-u CO. net of The Coc CoU Cong ',-

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za, 1945 BRADFORD

in ote s field glasses and telescopes. cold atream not far from . . -- -
I here In I . . e .
never to see a finer which we swim order be published once each week STATE OF FLORIDA to: Yvonne'II"' next four weekly Inoue*.
rtr Wm. )1. Duncan&III bunch of people than these guerillas for four consecutive week In the Morrlon whose residence I la No. ( : Witness my hand, and official
y = hiding In ,the Chow is canned "C" rations' WoodlawnBy Bradford County Telegraph an.w..pal..r Anhburtun Place, Cambridge*, Mass. seal at Htarke, Florida this May
mountains of l
general circulation
but 146.OFFICIAL.
that Is far better You are required to appear on 10th.
now "* an isolated post- being chased by and chasing the earlier than I in Mrs. and FloridaU1VKN published. In Eradford County, July 2nd 1946 In 'the above namedCourt ( SEAL) A. J. Thomas,

mountain, where Japs. They are rugged, tireless yeara. Beans, stew meat. . . Myth. Estates unto my hand and official and cause' wherein plaintiff A* Clerk of said Court
high and rice, chicken and e e e seat I *eek* divorce Bradford County Hon. T. Frank Landrum Rtarko,
a thl
and vegetables, 12th day of June '
on pack train; absolutely courageous. heated 194.1 Telegraph hall publish this Order ...1.... Atty. for Plf. 6-1 41 6-1
T Jut by over an fire I
carrier open and with 1
Though Rev. Joe Ttaulerson A. J. THOMAS: ,
they are mountain hot Is (SEAT.)
J. from peo- coffee opening ---- -- - ---------------- -
(letters dropped makes a good meal. : Clerk of the Circuit court of Bradford -
(lieS and ple, this does not mean that they The guerillas, several of them a filled hardware his store in lAwtey. He County. Florida For Safety, Comfort and Economy . .1
l> .
regular Rice Ualneivllle Attorney .1i
IIeis appointment
( trul a wonderful ex- are ignorant or backward, for together, frequently break out In.i i Woodlawn at "It'.r Plaintiff. 6-li 4t 7-6 1 1Tl15 i

1 T >up here. I am InJi most of them have been to school to heard song when things get dull. I evening and Sunday he and, morning Mrs. Rauer-and IV rue: (-In1'1T P 0 .' It T .>.' ;'ut'UTJom:1c I "Ii r;: j
tJerng Q
nee and at some time one, who was lying in his son ""IOnllt'. M1U11'111 JI I)1111. (;. ;:
lived were dinner
Obser- In
l 1? called:I a Forward I cities tent the other day, whooping it guests Sunday of t IIU'I 1"I' .\M> .'.... Illltll.KOIIII C'OltKKlTINFOKM: Wi' I
much and .they speak good English. Mrs. Bertha Stuckey.J. trot ,'r,. .
to a with
attached up "The Star
Spangled Ban- /:I.I.A K MWINYKK, joined
)In unl'party' of guerillas and we One little guy was a caddy at ner", but the song they are more I P. Hafusa has reported to by her luiil.nndVILXJAM .\TIONiinno (J' t l/8 ;

'T before action a golf course In likely to Blandlng. The community wishes F. SW1N1'1';lt.
ringside seat a resort that sing is "God Bless Plaintiff, I'l.ttse 147 I
f i spread out on two moun- flourished before the war. He Is America." Then there is a ballad luck. OUVE""RI'MPEU 7'I I

side of a a soldier now and one of the which for Mr. and :Mra. J. B. JAMES: P. I
the opposite best. some reason has Bradleywere '
caught YOl\ NO and his wife, n.OIuu"MOTon LINES BUSSES '
/I nave watched guerillas The guerillas, which of course their fancy. It Is "0 Promise Me." Sunday dinner guests of Mr. KM.A D YlU'NCt( EVELYN

'' and machine are an organized There other and Mrs. L. W. Page. WTKVKXS* KKNIMilCKS andAIiFitlC.tN :r
r sniper mortar Filipino army are songs which : : FIHH AND CAS- UNION BUS STATION
when they attempt for working in conjunction with an they sing in their own language Mrs Alma Dyal of Hampton I'AI.TV COMPANY: Orlando,
tire } ''rlda. Tf'tnplot' ,. LACY Kl .
CONWAY Hlarkr *
ransack a gully or a American army, are most unaffected (there are supposed to be was visiting her sister Mrs. Agent .
to Ber-
i.,ple oveeighty Defendant. ... "
, ,
of bld- the ,. .. .... H
[ of trees in search by activities here. different Filipino dialects.) tha Stuckey last week > t. T 14' M I
p them After a These It l la hereby ordered I hat ___ ;
on dangerous sound you
I laps, creeping up patrol, they songs more like folk A. A. Smith attended! church ore required to on the nth I
I hurling grenades. We are in fire back laughing singing and in music, than any I have heard Sunday evening.Jim day of .IIII ', A. D.appear 1945, before theabove I
to see both what general acting as If nothing had They have a mystical weird entitled Court and to answer Prompt Service Careful Drivers ;
Beasley lion the sick list the I'll! i lOr complaint filed. against
to the patrols and to happened. With us they manageto quality, with a plaintive, inconclusive this week. you In the above entitled l'atlaA.

J 11'1 have R bird's eye be both polite and friendly ending after each phraseI / and the Hradford County Telegraph
Mra. L. W. Page, Linda Crews IK hereby d."IKIU1".1 n* the new-
t of (il hi> proceedings, seeing All Filipinos, including guerillas, really can't describe it. but I Myrle Rafuse paper lit \\lil.-h" this order shall be I
that goes on, through are extremely: well behaved.It remember an NBC broadcast children, Jack publlHlieil (nice a week for tour
ythlD/J/ and Joe and Mrs. Raulerson were cotls.'rtillt'r week. ;
CHURCHliner was a long tiresome climb which featured such music called WITNESS: ; my hand and the seal
Sunday visitors of
CHRISTIAN "African Trek". There always Mrs Bertha of mild rmirt. this. 11th day of
Call and Christian Sts. up here, but the fine camp life was Stuckey. June, A, I O 11146 In Starke, Hmd-
and the that curious, mysterious ford Coiinlv., Florida. MACK'S TAXI SERVICEPhone
Pastor many advantages of
ev.V.. O. Smedley, the sound which is fascinating, apart Remember the services Sunday A. .1, THOMAS I (SK.\I
irvlcw as follows: location make it worth the ef morning and Clerk of Circuit (Court ltradfordCounty N
from the evening. Everyoneis
melody and I could not ,
iible School each Sunday at fort. I live In a well-covered explain; maybe It Is the repeti. Invited to attend. UTU for the Hnxler *Florida.Clayton Attorney for 150
fox-hole with a grassy floor and rinlntlffH'' 6-16 4t 7-6
m tlon of a certain note which young people begins at 7:15.Nti'I'E : .
and communion sera find that tt actually provides bet- givesa Day 9 Night
reaching tantalizing monotony to the iv f'lltf'II'r f""IItT. int\i>FoinCOIN
, at 11 a. m. and 8:00: p. m. ter sleeping comfort than the nar- 'ft. .KIOIIIII\I 4II\\- I _
meeting each Wednea- row cot In the battery. The air thing. Anyway, the native musicof OK PKltl., M\MTKHS I'.:."'. .
rayer I I the guerillas sounds like that. Albert I. Hdlnopple, Plaintiff' V*.
I 8.00 m. la fine and there Is a sparkling MAI.H I Ituth HolHonpIv, Defendant. Ciino
at : p. I like NOT1CK
this story about a certain .. 18 HKHKHY; GIVEN thatcnucr No. 3N24.OUKEU.

guerilla: I Decree ana of foreclosure ny virtue of made a Final and t OF rtTTH-IfATIO c COMPLETE CAR SERVICE

rendered on the 12th AND NOTICE TO APPEAR (
day of
A May
had on a I
group patrol
Steaks 'A. 1>. 1145 by the honorable A. Z. STATE OF FLORIDA to: Huth
The finest and when they came back a ser- Judge of the Circuit Court ItolHopple. ullOHe residence |I. %
Shrimp geant pointed at one smiling little I, t..d'li' for liradfnril County, Flor i Pennsylvania.Ira Foreman, Box 432; Bedford I
ida HlttlnfT In Chancery In favorof
foods Filipino, nineteen years old. '. Eva I* Fernando, an. Executrixand You are required to appear ffn
"Good man we have with, you", Truntee under the last Will July 9th, 1945 In the above named
and Testament of "'. 13. YarbroURh1ee Court and cause', wherein plaintiff
at reasonable SEA FOOD he said, "When we retreat, he <. .eaa..d. a. plaintiff and attain seeks divorce Bradford County )
FISH OR leffs." He was telling about, how Ulandlnw Center, Incorporated, a Telegraph Bhall publish this OrderIn Psi
corporation defendant. the under.signed next four weekly IHHUU I IQ
MEATPLATE after they crossed the summit of an Special :Master In Chan i Witness my hand and official
prices : a mountain (nearly bare of trees) eery will I offer for sale before the Heal nt Starke. Florida, this June
South Front Door of the County I 6th.. lMr! n
they drew machine fire froma
gun Court House at Stnrke, ITadfon
.0 gully further down the slopes; County, Florida during the legal. A* Clerk of said Court
Call St.
Court & hours of Hale
.. ,. With Two they ''hit the dirt. "I knew it was T. Frank I.andrum, Starke, Florida.
IONI AY, JUtrECONT; >. 1945 Atty. for Plf. 6-8 4t 6-29
Vegetables45c very dangerous", continued the and will Bell to the blithest and

George Kopelousos sergeant, "But the men wanted to bent bidder. therefor for each the IV ('IIIt'1 IT COI'IIT.' ..ntUFfHIn ,.-
following dencrlbeil lnndH, alt uale. ('Ill1't', KI.OHIUAI IV CIIAN-
OwnerUIDON fight so we go ahead.:" They; Ivlnir and
being in Itriidforil County t'hll: t'.
crawled through the grass until Florida, to-wit: Mark! Corneal Plaintiff \*. Mandy Washing Polishing. Waxing
mortars from behind the machine Beginning at a micrete' monument Corneal Defendant. (CaH No. S818.OHOKIl .
nt the New XotitheaNt corner I OF PUBLICATION
URILL gun fire began popping off. They; of Call and Water Street. AM NOTICE TO APPEAR CERTIFIED
stopped then. They lay there Call Street being Kluhty Feet STATE OF FIXW1DA to: !MandyCorneal LUBRICATION .
wide. In the City <>f Starke Flor- whose addre la unknown. f
wondertng what to do. "They were ida, thence run t H It degrees. 18 You are required to appear on
asking, me", said the sergeant. mlnu ten. 10 along the I Mouth line July 9th 1945 In the above named Polishing & Waxing: By AppointmentOnly
/ of Call Street 22(1( (ill feet thence ; and cause, wherein plaintiff
"Eat At The Best And Forget The RestsrI say, we do no good. Let's go.' run W. 17 degrees 55 minutes W. I neeka divorce. Bradford. County I

They stood up and ran like blazes 25.OO feet; thence run H. 72 dnxreea Telegraph shall publish this OrderIn
18 minutes K, along the next four weekly issues.Witness .
back toward the ridge., the-,-. mortar South right nf in\ llnj nf Stale
-- my hand and official<< I
shells at their heels. "I was Highway No. 261 280,00 i e ;'IIh..nce seal at Starke., Florida, this 2nd

scared," said the sergeant em- 100 S feet 17 degrees thence (5 run mlnuten N.- day of June A. I). 1945. Standard Oil ProductsFULL

Cleaned to phatically ,but 'Doggie' (pointingto 72 degrees. 11 minute W. 280.00 A(OFFICIAL* ; Clerk of SEAL said+ ) Court.T. A. .J, Thomas.,

l perfection J JA the nineteen year old) "he feet thence 1':. 25.00 run N.feet 17 thence degrees run 66mlnutea Frank andrum, Starke, Florida SUPPLY OF CAN OILCARDEN'S
Atty. for Plf. 6-8 4t 6-29
was letting.- Little 'Doggie' Is N. 72 degree 18 minute. W.

t 1 fy often laughing. He la the life 22000 Water feet Street to thence the Hunt run line N. 17 of iv ruirriT romr. lilt...U..OIIU

of the party I can picture him degree. 85 minute K. along the (01''' TV. FLOItIOAIN CIIAV. SERVICE STATIONVAN
V. CKIIY.Inalah:
East line
of Water Street 100.00
aa they scuttled through the feet to the point of beginning. L. MorrUon, Plaintiff, .vi."'
,, grass, highly amused, at their All the above lund lying and be- Yvonne Morrlaon Defendant Case II, GARDEN, Mgr. STARKE, FLA. 1.

,, night, but running as fast as the InaIn Southeast the Northwest Quarter Quarter of Section of No. ORDER HN01. OF rtTBLICATION Cor. Temple Ave. & Call St.

any of them. Twenty-eta-ht (2N> Township Six ANI)) NOTICE TO APPEAR
((6) South, Range Twenty-two
From where I am now, Japa (22) ":aal.. In the City of Htarke,

can be seen through glasses, but Bradford Co rt't.) Florida.PKHICYMAN. }

well out of range of our rifles. Special I Maater In Chancery

They are usually on a high trail, Joe tllll William' I Lake ,
: lntYrI.r
Florida. Solicitor. tor '
seldom in groups of more than 6-15 3t 6-29 / stab /
two, and more often a lone soldier 'Aow

in the ragged clothes whichare iv rnicriT roi-HT. miti>Foni>
('fH"TV, FI.fUtlll"1
the fashion of the Nips these CKIIY.

days. They move slowly up Ronnie Huffmnn Defter Plaintiff
v... Harold Shuford better Defendant. the back
steep places, using a cane or I Cnxe No. 3838. in

stick like the "old man of the oflDEU np; PmtLIOATlON! : ..tI'
mountain." ANt) NOTICR TO AI>I' ;AH
#( ; STATE FIxminA' to: llnrold
'Jl"I One morning we spotted the Shuford I'ettt'r wlioHR address I I" '.

COMPLETE CLEANING SERVICE HAT'S1)IItT Japs in an area where the pat.rolhad Carolina.% A. T.. Hotter, Maiden. South

WE OFFER TO THE PEOPLE OF been the night before. We You are required to appear on .

STARKE AND SURROUNDING COMMUNITIES. watched them through glasses a July 10th, IM5! In the aliove named I
Court and cause, wherein plaintiff
OUR MODERN METHODS RESTORE COLOR few seconds. They were picking *eek.* divorce and restoration
butts that our of maiden name Hradford County
AND LIFE TO GARMENTS, SMALL RUGS AND up the cigarette Telexraph shall' publish thin. Order _
DRAPERIES.ROUT. men had left. It was a fair set In next four weekly isaurs| \
up for artillery fire and we called Wltnex my hand and official ( ( )
"eal'at Starkit, Florida, thl.. June )
back for a few rounds. lath 1043.OFFICIAL! .

315 But the first shell in this Instance ( SEAT) A. J. Thomas
A. Clerk of said Court.
% fell a little short and by T. Frank Ijiimlrum. Starke" Florida

GREEN,, W a Temple the time ,the other shells were Atty. for rif. 6-15 4t 7-8

Owner Ave exploding, the Japs were gone iv f'IIU'I'I'r roriiT. HIHIIFOHII
and out of sight. ('
That is the reason mountain c.Uy.Dorl" l>.yal n..lllly I March Plaintiff. I II 1G&

There warfare is is so slower much than cover any for other.both VH. Elmer No. 3835.OKDEIt Arthur OF, TTt.irATIO Marsh iJefendant.Cane : ::! 1\\ { I. I I ; _

sides. However, our objective is ANI> NOTICE TO APPEAR
STATE (lJ<' FLORIDA to: Elmer
and the overall picture
KRETOLINSECTICIDE being reached Arthur Marsh whose address I I. Ao t
Is good. B. T. Koblnnnn, 728 6th Street,
Raton New Mexico.
. You are required to appear on M
. .
. .
July 16th, 1H5.! lit the above named -
Court and cause wherein plaintiff
aeek divorce and restorationof o ,

Sunnybrook maiden. name. Bradford County You don't hove to have three arms, or even
Telegraph ahA II publlh thin. OrderIn 0
Mrs. Arnul Crawford next four weekly ..,"U..*. be a contortionist.All .
By . . Witness my hand and official
KILLSRoaches . . e Heal 13th. at 1046OFFICIAL.I'Ilarke.. Florida, this June you have to do is grab a War Bond of

Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Crosby and ( SEAL) A. J. Thomas yours and cash it in. When you do this, you
A Clerk of said Court.T. .
Mrs Arsula Crawford and daughter .* Frank I.andrum, etarke, Florida. do yourself more harm than you realize.

Moths, Bed Bugs, Carpet Beetles, Shirley Ann were visiting Mr.of Atty. for I'lf. 6-16 4t 7-6 You throw away the best investment in

and Mrs. Johnnie Yarbrough IJT TIIK :NAME Of TUB STATE r
Flies Lice Fleas Mosquitoes the world today. You lose the chance of j
Water Bugs, Raiford Sunday. They were accompanied OP FLORIDA '
TO DOVIE ....UISI'] HECIIT three when }
home by Mrs. Omage : getting four dollars for every
and Other Insects affidavit filed In "
It appearing
Rosier who will visit relatives thin c.rtaln cause. of action now your Bond matures. You forget how handy .

pending, In the circuit court Eighth that War Bond will be in a few years- -.

here.Mr.. and Mrs. O. E. Crosby hadas Judicial elrcult of Florida Brad- when maybe you'll really need some money.
NON POISONOUS weekend guests ,their soninlawand ford' County, In eTlancery, and a* apart

daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Eddie of the allegation of the bill And when you cash in that Bond you're d
of complaint wherein Victor E.
Cain of Gainesville. Hecht la plaintiff and Povle Louise. hurting Uncle Sam too. You're taking your

Satisfaction Guaranteed or Your Mr. and Mrs Robert Ward and '' Hecht !. the defendant I and It being valuable dollars out of the fight at a time

children were visiting Mrs. Ward's shown after dlllirent search when country needs those dollars t
Money Refunded on Return of and Inquiry was made that the your
and Mrs E. A. Sappof
parents Mr. lefendant'a last known address wan badly.

Unused Contents New River Sundayatternoon.; a. follow: Mr*. Doyle Louise Hecht. I
Mrs. WlUlam Crosby and Mrs. Alton Alabama and the relief. pray- So don't give in next time you feel a I
transacting ed for therein In said cause of Instead hang onto
Arsula Crawford were action I III a divorce and It ependingspree coming on.

Pint h"dn..... at Camp Blending Saturday. appearingthai the defendant' the Bond you have, and buy another to be Itj
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69c Quart $1.25 place of residence and address I* i
beyond; the boundaries of the. Stateof still saferKEEP j
Robert Ward and and beyond the hound-
W. C. Ward, Florida
1-2 Gallon $2.25 attending to arle of the Jurisdiction of this oran
Kirby Thomas similar' court having similar '
business in Jacksonville Sunday. : urlfldlctlon In causes of action of fiGHTERS i

Gallon $4.25 Mr, and Mrs. Mills Kelly and this (character I I" not In the and slate that the of Florida defendant FAITH\ WITH\ OUR .

children of Lake Butler and :Mr/' whereby the net-vice of a summons

and Mrs. Warren Kelly and children could In chancery be served In .this upon caue who of action would BUY WAR BONDS FOR KEEPS ,

of Starke were visiting Mr. bind the defendant and therefore a.a. ...r t
C. Crosby recently. It I I..* necessary to secure service upon -
BRADFORDHARDWARE and !off!!. C. the defendant by this order of
Mrs. William Crosby and children publication and that this order of
aiid VV. L. Crosby were publication b.. l..*ui>".
Mrs. f
Butler It I I" therefor ordered that the.I..r..ndant STARKE TAXI SERVICEMACK'S TAXI SERVICE
visiting Mrs. Austin In Lake I f. hereby required to G ,
Wednesday. appear In the a.l'l cause of action I
on or before the16th day of July. '
Everyone In this section Is busy 941; otherwise the allea-atlon of PHONE ISOr (
tobacco and truck aid bill of complaint will be taken
gathering erecteda .* con C.**." and a decree pro con-
B. CARLISLE Owner rops. Floyd Crosby has ftma entered against h..r.
new tobacco barn on his farm. It I la further ordered that thIs I.rl I.
rl rlif

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James Lewis was) presented witha Her address !Ls 616 North B St. Ladies- AuxiliaryThe Baptist ChurchThe Fine Watermelon

I jJ SOCIETY and CLUBS I box of bath powder her reward Tampa. Fla. ,. last In the aeries) of June H. B.
,,-. : for making high. In a The book for study is "The Ladies Auxiliary of the Journeys) to Jerusalem with Jesus Rains, operator of
bingo Mrs. H. B. McLendon Presbyterian Church will hold its try farm near town 1 pat l
game Word of His Grace" and the will be brought this Sunday morn- load!
"- and Miss Frances Peek won defense social meeting next Tuesday< June care of watermelons ?( *
Woodman Circle Mrs. Long HonorsOutofTown fourth chapter was presented by Ing at the eleven o'clock hour of and one ,
by stamps. Mrs. A. Wood and Mrs. L. F 26 at 8 p. m. at the home of Mrs. worship at the First Baptist one Monday Which aye'\ \ ,'1 Met Tuesday Guest I Mrs.. Pope, assisted by her Smith. I E. M. Davis. The young people Church of Starke. for the entire carload 40() "

mother, served a delicious ice ; will have charge of the program. Sunday school meets at 9:45: : to each. Included among; these. Polin
The Woodmen Circle held its Mrs T. T. Long entertained course to the following guests: many which Welgh1' I
Trustees of the Promises, "
Recent study
regular meeting In the WOW Hall Wednesday afternoon at a delightfully Mi a. Richard Kitid, Mrs. James Births Frances LangfordIn and Mr. Raines Used the! fed
classes programs
: Tuesday night with the president, : Informal Coca Cola Lewis, Miss Madge Middleton, from the poultry farm
I>AVII> HUGH GR.\\1: all
?. Mrs. C O. Barksdale presiding I party given' at the B. S. Carroll Mrs. William Raggett, Mrs. "Girl Rush"At for Following ages. the Old Time Song dry weather So fa, this and
State Officers were Introduced as cottage on Kingsley Lake com- Arthur Holllday Mrs. J. R. Wainwright Lt. and Mrs. Hugh B. Ingram was especially Suited * 'r el': follows: Miss Abbie Holden, State pllmentlng her slster-ln-law, Mrs. Miss\. Frances Peek, Miss announce the birth of a son, David Park SundayThe service with chorus singing at with that kind of fertilizer,for, mob. ..

I f, Manager, Mrs. Maude Andrews, I Walter Jackson of.paconton, Ga. Virginia Sewell, Mis> Lucile Hugh in Kamkakee, Illinois, on thrills of a western action 8:00: the Pastor will bring an evan- melons were shipped( .to ,'he *,
State Musician, Miss Amy Moore, I Artistic arrangements of greenery Mitchell, Mrs. H. B. McLendonof May 17. Lt. Ingram Is now in of musical gelistic message. era markets. D ns
; story and the humor a Training Unions meet at 6:45: to
State Escort and and bowls of fruit
Dlstilct Man- I were plac- Orlando and Mrs. E. L. Matthews New Guinea.
x f comt'dyare brought to the screenin consider the topic A Century of
1.: ager. Talks were made by these ed at points of Interest throughout .
h off icera. "Girl Rush", starring Wally Achievement In Christian Educa-
the large living room and JUDY CAROLYN SMITH: MALARIA
Brown Alan Car n ey, Frances
screened where the
Two candidates were Initiated porch guests
t at this meeting. Following this, were entertained.Mrs. WSCS Members 1st Sgt. and Mrs. J D. Smith Langford and Vera Vague which Mid-week Service Wednesday Cheeked In 7 Days ,
announce the' birth of a daughter. plays Sunday Monday and Tues- 8:00 studying Outlines of Bible Win.
. . . .. .. . I Long. presented- -- the. honoreewith -- Meet at ChurchOn .Intlv Tarnlvn. in the Alachua ta.r Af_ ViA___ _T>_ark_.. 't'heatre.vVThe _____o_ _.. History.An UQliD fJM"MU
a box of bath powder on this 666 6
" occasion and o t h er out-of-town Mo n day afternoon the County Hospital l, Gainesville, on story concerns >the adven- invitation is extended to all SVMlTOMg

guests, Mrs. Roy Smith of Ten- Woman's Society of Christian Ser- June 7. Mrs. Smith and baby tures of a vaud e v ill e troupe to worship with us at all services.{ Take only a, ,
nile, Ga., Mrs. H. B. McLendonof vice met In the Methodist church daughter are now at the home of stranded In San Francisco at the dll'IM!
Orlando, and Mrs. B. A. Pope and held a business and program Mrs. Smith's mother, Mrs. Laura time of the Suiter's Mill gold rush. r I - ---

: of Auburn, Ala., were also given meeting.The Tyson on West Madison St. Brown and Carney go prospectingIn

gifts of remembrance. president, Mrs. W. E. Mid- Sgt Smith was with his wife the hopes of getting enough DON'T MISS
Among those invited to meet dleton, opened the meeting with and baby for a few days, having money to take the show to New
Mrs. Jackson were: Mrs. W, B. prayer after which she presidedover flown here from Fort Lewis, York. They fall, and turn up at
.Sewell, Mrs. R. F. Demurest, Mrs the business sermon Miss Wash., where he Is stationed. the frontier camp of Red Creek "
.I 4 L. D. Vining Mrs. F. H. Long, Kate Struth, secretary of child which is run by a gang of crcok- "EYES FRONT"The
Jfci. M F. Brown, 'Mrs. II. B. ren's work, reported that the of- I. FREEMAN REGISTER. 3rd! ed gamblers. Nevertheless, the
wTSendon, Mrs B. A.- Pope, Mrs. felng In the Baby Boxes amounted Pvt. and Mrs. Freeman Register, miners chip In to bring the showto
Starkea ''IK.'Z. Adkins, Mrs. K. O. Duncan, I, to 1505. Jr.. announce the birth of a son, Red Creek, but the gamblerswant All-Soldier Show From Camp
The Mrs. Roy Smith, Mrs. H C. Hitch, New business taken up was Freeman Register, 3rd!, I in St. the place to themselves, and Blanding
n v finest Mrs. E L. Biggs, Miss Madge furnluhlng: refreshments for the Luke's Hospital( Jacksonville, on when the troupe arrives there Is USO CLUB STARKE
Middleton Mrs. O. L. Beasley, and battle before the -
d Vacation Church School; it wasvoted June 12. Mrs. Register !is the a pitched gamblers
; restaurant R Mra. E. L. Matthews to have some necessary former Betty GeneWade.. Pvt. are routed.
piumomg sons, Down stairs, at I Register is serving with the army Frances Langford sings three ., 8:00 P. M.
' and barr Mrs! Pope HostessTo the parsonage; the Society voted in the Pacific. songs In her own Inimitable style,,
jJ some additional help towards the and Brown and Carney, in addition -
Club MembersMrs. Buy Bond Get A Ticket
t church building fund. Instead of TWIN DAUGHTERS to cutting funny capers all ---

;-. B. A. Pope of Auburn, Ala., meeting at 3:30 o'clock It was Mr. and Mrs. N. Ii!. Monroe, through the picture contribute a
who Is visiting her parents; Judge decided to meet at 4 o'clock dur- Jr., who resided at the home of comedy musical number of their TICKETS AVAILABLE AT
i SIZZLINGSTEAK. A and Mrs. A. Z, Adkins, entertained ing the months of July, Augustand 'Mrs. J M. Brownlee for several own. Verai Vague scores heavilyIn FLORIDA BANK AT STARKE

the; Tuesday, night bridge club September.Mrs. weeks announce the arrival of the brand of humor which had POST OFFICE
:. ,,: ". at the Adkins home on Walnut J. Frank Colley, a valued twin daughters, Street. member of the Society, Is still Saturday, June 17, at Riverside the airwaves. USO CLUB

,,1't r LOBSTER Zinnias and other summer flow- critically 111 in a Tampa hospital Hospital, Jacksonville. ,

ers were artistically arranged in -I mincrwav:. Novel :
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SHRIMP M bowls and vases in the living '" I .
room where' the bridge tables Brought to ScreenIn

? CHICKEN were When placed.scores were tallied at ;; i Stirring Drama READ THIS MESSAGEMay

the conclusion of the game, Mrs. # Playing at the Florida Theatre I
I Sunday and Monday is the magnificent I 31, 1915Washington
the hostesses, Mrs. Nathan :
technicolor production of I D. C.
\ B vatt. Mrs. Lacy Conway.i, Mrs. -
For Grover Conner served l Icecreamand Quite a colorful event' was Infantry I Interesting note In the mall this Ernest"For Whom Hemingway's The Bell great Tolls,novel" co-, To The American People:
cake to the members Day and methlnks Call week from Marie
present Register, for-
starring Gary Cooper and;Ingrid We whom has. been
upon placed the
Connoisseurs Street turned out en masse for merly of the USO staff here and responsibility
r the big event at Blanding . now with the Red Cross in New Bergman. of leading the American Forces, appeal to you with till
Those who stayed away for fear Guinea . "The operation of our It la primarily the story of the possible earnestness to invest in War Bonds to the fullest I
of a few more freckles poppingOUt recreation American dynamiter Robert Jor- extent of capacity. Give'
0 clubs is very similarto your . .us not only the 1
ofGood missed a real thrill-In fact, the USO except that we haveno dan, played by Cooper, and the needed implements of war, but the assurance and backing I
a coupla dozen thrills . Couldn't Spanish girl Maria, played by '
charming ladles and attractive of a united people so necessary to hasten the vic !
Foodand help but note that Aunt MayDlckent.'dldn't I girls to assist us;" she writes . Miss Bergman. It is Jordan's Job tory and speed the return: of our fighting men.
to blow .
a :
miss a trick and,: "The supply problem is of course up strategically placed
bless, )her enthusiastic heart. Issued '.very difficult, but' we all become bridge, and to accomplish this he (Signed) :
a-cordial Invitation,'to every adept at 'scrounging'-the art of enlists the cooperation of a guerrilla I
it I' "t' ..0 a soldierheI< ' met to visit the USO getting something you need but .band to which Marla belongs.The Gen. Geo.' C. Marshall :
Y Drink '" in Starke . .. If difficulties which the :
; I attendance to which you are not officially group . 'Wm. D. Leahy I Io
doesn't show a marked increase entitled. . Marie expects: to encounters,,'in carrying out Jordan's ', .. Gen .Douglas; MacArthur t'I':
after her one-woman campaign leave for the' PhHtppInes as'soon assignment and the development Adm. E. J/KIne ,- +

'Jr :.then. .. I .certainly .miss, my guess as clubs are set up-"there '.' 'r Jordan of and, ,the Maria rwnance form between the remainder S ;,, ;;t ., "I ,often think of .
my friends in ,' Adm. C. W. Nimitz
t of the story.AUTHORITY. !
and 'how kind' they were
Gen. II. II. Arnold I
113 E. Call Street Don't think anyone, however, to me when I was there" . I I II II
got, quite as big a bang 'out of She'd like very much to hear ON I
STARKE,' FLA. events as youthful Butch Smith from Call Street and her addressis

. Machine guns and flamethrowers : Marie Register, ARC, APO 713, DEAFNESS HEREWill STARKE DRY' CLEANERS i
7'- were right up Butch's Unit 1, care PM San Francisco.
MaxwellMHouse Lb. alley, but his afternoon was climaxed Calif. . Demonstrate New ,
when a soldier hoisted him War-Developed Hearing PHONE
Enjoyable into a sure enough tank . That Army Nurse Lillian Stump Lenses at.. StarkeMr. 1 28 and LAUNDRY STARK; ., !
COFFEE25c night, after the usual round of writes home folks that she is
Dinners Louis A. Stegmann, with .. I
"bless mama, daddy, etc.: Dutch now bathing In the Mediterraneanand I. "
wound up his prayer with . expects to be back here in specialized training on hard of _
; Dollclou+ food and attl'a4'tlveIIl1rrOIlRlllnJtll Blue Paper Bag and God bless the soldier in the August for a little rest . Hear hearing problems, will conduct a

make dining with tank" . Among the out-of- Lt. Col. Telfair Long and sister- free clinic for the hard of hear-
h IM a real ple l Xa F1C; for the finest food at \'eryI't'6HOlUiblo Jewel 1 Lb. Pkg. was ex-Starkeite: Jessie Livingston to meet in San Francisco managed and en- Uglow, 115 Lafayette Street, on

prices. (Mrs. G. C.) who now lives Joy a visit together last week-end Monday, June 25, from 1 p. m.

ae Shortening 21c in Tampa but was among the . Glimpsed AI and Elvalee Man- to 6pm.
''i, 325 Temple Ave. first of the summer colonists to assa In town from S. C., for a Feature of this Better Hearing STARKE
a NS N' have a place on Kingsley . few days . AI expects to leave Clinic will be a demonstration of
,' +r Twas her first view of Dlanding for the West Coast most any time the new "Hearing Lenses", a dra-
and she just couldn't believe now . Hear matic made
she Sara Barefoot has development as the
6TQiBffMSKSp3fflS![ (
p at flrfWM was actually seeing 6,000 bronze- departed trom the Sefjboard) depot result of war discoveries. Sun. Mon. Tues. June 24 25ALSO 26

faced soldiers parade over the to accept a Job In the Transportation Being hard of hearing himself,
Here Are Some Items once-desolate environs of black : Dept. at Blandthg . The llr.. Stegmann takes an under-
creek . Loran Conners are occupying one standing interest in helping the

of the A. H. Green apts. on N. hard of hearing and I Is well qualified fiaeol".1.'
!Spotted an' Jotted' : Bill (Little Walnut . Loran has Just started to make scientifically correct esepRonyPro
Received This :
Mitch) Edwards, newly discharged to work with the Post Ordnance fitting' of bone and air conduc- .lro", wilh .
assuming management of the at Blanding tion instruments. w0"' 0 tow lJ wish/r t..
Bradford Engineering Company .1I1 41. uf
r for brother Maurice . Earl Well . Guess that winds He will give you a private demonstration 1 ih ":::01 Fun
up of the new Futura ar 01
ry Brooks (Inverness) recently released the little black book for this f"a op '
time Q sfbooff.
: 1 from aGe r man prison . So long . See in the Acousticon hearing aid, which is ,.

,' ; Large White Turkish Towels. 1 night camp on and uncle dropping Frank in Landrum Saturday next . you made manufacturer by America's Simply oldest hearingaid call at nr' CO".

: . Has already regained the 40- Carolyn. the time mentioned above. Adv.

at 89c odd pounds lost because of slim -

rations . L M. Gaines In town The
for a well-earned summer vaca- Moves .
r sasse ... v. ... tion after a winter tussle with
corporation law at Emory . So Does O. O. A. / WALLY e

; A New Assortment of The 'Incidentally, he's sold his InterestIn ,
the filling station to partner If You Don't Like Your Present Location, BROWNf rr .

ay.1 Following Items For Children Ronny Mundorff\ . Sarah Jacobs Let Us Move Your House .
here for a day or so after wintering ALAN
j u
at Miami Beach and visit- FREE ESTIMATES ANYWHERE i

: SWIM SUITS OVERALLS:! ing In WPB . She's off again, .CARHEY ..

CREEPERS SUN SUITS however, to visit i In Jax'vllle, See Ben F. Hall, Starkeor t, '
BLOUSES BATHING TRUNKS : pausing only l long enough to tell Orman O. ERANGES
me that Roe Jack Annis, General Contractor .
rr i and Williams '
:1 .
have been transferred to Tennessee Box 403, Phone 1804, Gainesville Fla. HCf OR '

. .

IN TOYS "Tin wedding bells, or so I hear, I
for Maxie Carter, Jr., and Kathleen .arc.r -.limas _I tC's VACUE. t"A" in rt
ARRIVED THIS 'WEEK Judd Scallions to the Inconsiderate t
thief who cut the win-

la es rrrrrrs-prspsrs-rr-rrs- .. dow screen at the Clyde Priest
home tother day and abscondedwith

r. i Ear Plugs all the household's red points cIRtr
i' Swimming Trunks . Add pet peeves: Waitresseswho .
Insist on bringing your drinkat
For Men Sun
Glasses Water least thirty minutes before

your meal is ready . By the
Goggles Sun VisorsKOCH time the food arrives your Coca-
Cola Is hot your coffee Is coldor 1 i ir

v .. your iced tea Is diluted be- y s
yond recognition . Seems I

&i :it;t'I' 4t'F DRUG week's overlooked column men that tionlng Dewey in Wil last - - s ter

STORE fame did the painting (gratis) ...AT FEATURED PRICES
on the little house fixed up for I'
I Mrs. DonhamVell., he did TIP TOP SUPER MARKET

I,and quite an attractive Job it was ,


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.. 22. 1945 BRADFORD COUNTY TF..L.-nnAI": ', I+TA'KK" tU1RiriA __ ___ PAGE FMC

s NEWS Mrs. S. R. Johns! Jr* and ch1 d-r W. U Thlgpen and daughter. NOTICIQ July zSrd. IMS, In the asovu naroert I NOTIfH! or fI"LIQ
LOCAL ren spent several days this weoeok Grace, spent the week-end with NOTICE IS HEHEUT IVEM that' Court and cause wherein plaintiff I Notice'!b hereby given to all
the undersigned are engaged I In seeks divorce, Bradford County whom It may concern that l will
with Mrs. Johns' mother Mr. J. relatives. In Plant City, business' under the lctltloua nan. Telegraph shah puhllnh thin OrderIn >>n the Uth day ..f July: A. D. 1946. '
H. Bitch la Jacksonville. of .PKI'CKKR JKWKLKUS.: at lit'! next four weekly Uauea.Wltneaa sell, at Private Sal, for rash the 'I
I Mrs. John Roane and Mrs. A Mrs. Alphle Parrish 0 f Ft l'a Starke Florida, and my hand, and official' following deacrlbtd land. hcloniclnw
Warren spent Friends will be Interested to Myers Is a guest for several days Intend tn register the said fU-tl. Heal at "stark. Florida, thin June to James Alvarea, a minor to-wit: i I I IIxita
Monteen with 'J. Griff spent Tuesday In know that lloue mono |In the office of th.. andfourteen
Mrs. W. thirteen
s springs L Wall I Is In of her sister Mr. Rosa Carter 20th., 1945.OFFICIAL four
Silver Clerk of the Circuit Court of Bradford l r"i Everly's
Gainesville Addition tn
at 1 the SEAL) A. J. Thomas.Aa .
hospital! In I St. (
) i
Augustine. Florida
I Mrs. H. C. County of Stark, Florida In Seclion i
Wlmberly. Town
motherMrs. of
Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Andrews NhlMUNn Onl'"tn, Clerk of aM Court ;
Louisiana Major H. C. Wall carried her 1 29, Tup. H. H 22 Kant.It.
u In. N. T Green and W M. Wlmh 1 I-I.III"J: : DHUCKKR.: .t. S. lUrrtnr.n. tub Law Exchange" {J
CamPbell have
I and family moved to their back with him V. Alvurom, Guardian.'
Sunday. Her condition LEON: DHl'CKKH .
Javkiionxlllc. Florida; Ally
week, neSS thiS Burton summer home on Mid Lakes until] is improving. DAVID DHUCKHH. for Pit. s-28 41 7-IS 6.22 41 7-13 J
hfrS Charles Farm Hospital.Mrs. 8-22 51 7-20 Owner*.
and arrived this September. Mrs R. T. Jonea of
Va Jarrett Va.. c. C. Mendoza and I
xancrla! is-day furlough Dr. Lemuel Colson made a la visiting her cousin, Mrs. Free. son IV CIHMir IOIIIT. HKtUKOlll n
spend R business trip to Jacksonville Tues. man Register Srv this week 1 Mri ,Cliff left Wednesday night for (:111 ''"''. FI.onlll1 n c.'.. \'Ii-
'their home t n Houston, Texas t'FHI.:
lathes X- Is spending and Mrs. Jones have bought a Omit, Hit III">>', Plaintiff, va H.y. ,
Ie sue grandmother i ,, day.Mrs.. B. Cohen and :Mrs. W. L. home here and will move here In after a visit with Mrs MI.'ndozas'parents. Kamev, )Defendant. Ca..e fin 1T&, FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCH i
with Her Mr. and Mrs T. J. Grll OHDliK) ; OK PUBLICATION I
me Griffin in St. Augus- Andrews made a business trip to the near future. I fin. AND) NOTICE! : TO APPHAIt
W Jacksonville Saturday STATE OK FLORIDA to: Hnvirtaniey
night. Mr. and Mrs. R. L. McKIn! whose residence. la Slat:
L has entered the Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Melton of Gainesville were Wedne-sday I Miss Bess Spanner of the US< lloKplta) at Mnrganton. Morganton,. Sunday School10 A. M.
'I Biggs Cecil staff la In Atlanta this week at- North Carolina.
and and
Gainesville,, I sons Donald will
of Florida, afternoon guests of Mr. and ]Mrs. You are required to appear on I
tending (a training Institute for .
; ,
leave Monday for a vacation trip .
general college.Ld Charles Schmitt. July 20th. I-MS, In the above namd :
eart UfaO workers. Mrs Walter Bate. ., ... Morning Worship 11 A. :M.:
Guy made- a to New York City. Court and ,'au. wherein plaintiff -. .. ..<. '
Mrs. Fred . Sgt. and MJ-S. Ovid G. Lewis director of the club, will at- seek divorce Bradford (Count: '"".'. ..o<< Jt'. > '
to Gainesville ,Twei- Mr. and Mrs. Irving Blum are of Jackson Miss., are moving this, man. elecrraith .. ... hla Order ., i5a, I I
a ,trip tend the institute next week. weedy .
III laauea.Wltnemi
"** In New York for a two weeks' next
week Into the residence of Mr. im hand and official seal Evening Service 8:00 P. M.::
Lj Helen Rowland andwhl'e vacation and buying trip. Miss and Mrs. A. J. Thomas. Sgt. MA, and Mrs. A. B. Baker and At> Ntarke" , 1"1".101, this June 161 It.. J t
Sunday Inn Ethel Mohr accompanied them. on. Junior of Jacksonville are 1915.
\ spent being transferred toI (O"'J'T.-\1.81-\L> A J. Thomas.
Mrs. Hogan Smith and children I Camp Blanding. He Is a former; guests of Mrs. Baker's father, J. A., Clerk of enid Court To Church Why Not Try Ours?
week of Dr. and visited Silver Springs Wednesday.Mrs. B. Rowe. ( ha". 11. HOHK, 204 Really lltilldlnKrarknonvllle. Go -
resident of Brooker.
LU this Flu, AllY for IMf f
I vV Koch have been Mrs. R. C. Weaver of Jacksonville Mrs. Gilbert S. Newcomb and Mrs. W. A. McAlUtor of Col 8-2 It 1-13.

brother-in-Iaw and sister, was a week-end guest of her sons have returned from Orlando minus, Ohio will be in Starke -

jlllrs,I L H. Noble of Inlllfl son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and where they spent several weeks through: August as a vacation IK>. hereby O TIC'give KNotice thnt the

tndGOOD, Mrs. Hogan Smith. Her grand- with relatives. relief worker at the USO. ('ounty AHnexnor of Taxes fur l'rlt.lrord -

daughter Joanne accompanied her J. A. Mosley of Jack.90nvllleand Miss Irene Lewis made a bust. County of, Florida" will CommlMMlonerif meet wiltheTlonrrt I

home for a few days visits Mrs. Clyde W. Johnson 'of leas trip to Lake City Wednesila + acid County county. In the office of the.
SUPPLY Lt. (jg) Charles H. Fields has morning. ("lerk of the Circuit Court al
Mobile Ala. with
spent I1t..rk.orl.llt./ Rt 10:00: o'clock A, (1lIflFTllITftIl1t
returned to his base at NewportNews their mother. Mrs. Laura Mosley. Tuesday guests of Mis. D. W. 111., July Uh A. D 194ft. for HituirpciHe (II

FOOT CRIMP Va., after spending a few Little Patricia Johnson remained Moore were Mr. and Mrs. ThomasF. ..r testimony. hearing, complaint aa to the valiuif andeeelving ,

days here with his parents, Mr. for a longer visit with her grand. Brown of Hampton} I anv property, real or peraonalia .
C.LVANIZEDROOFING and Mrs. J. H. Fields. mother. Mrs. D. W. Moore returnee fixed bv the said County ABHCKB.r .

Mr. and Mrs. C. V. Inglerlght, Mrs. W. M. Haight of Waycr Friday from a month's visit with for) of the Tags. year on 1945.bin and Assessment for the pur-Roll SUNDAY MONDAY JUNE 24, 25

former residents of Starke who Mrs.. Daisy Johnson of receiving andquallstng !
Ga., arived Wednesday for a visit ler: daughter, .mae. perfecting aMHeaament The
have been living for some time with her brother and sister-in-1 in Houston Texas ('ouiMy' AHneHKnr such of .Taxea and thloard < "

ORDER NOWFROM near Keystone Heights, have sold Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Fields. I Lt. Ralph Rhodes left WedneB' o f County CommliiHlonerinav from day Jor VVholn J : '

their place there and moved to Berry S. Johns of Jacksonville ''day for Shreveport, La., where ''o dAY continue for one In week neatdon or a. long al

MIshawaka, '''Ind., to make their was a visitor here Tuesday.Mr. he Is to serve as an Instructor ieeewaryAH. . aub.ect

'eslern Auto Store ,( home. They spent a week here and Mrs. J, H. Gill and i son. after a leave with Mr and Mrs. to persona anMAHNment owning property In' Bradford- (

Macclenny Fla. J with Mrs. Carl Jackson before Jackie Joe of Savannah, leaving. Father's here with Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Gill and son at ouch meeting. or meet'ngN PV /
spent Day to make auch complaints :Jlze'i &O
Mrs. Gill's father, J. M. Alvai Jack of Savannah, Ga. spent thveekend give auch. teatlmony aa to the value
with Mre.. Gill's father (.f any property, real or pnrnonala ;
SEARS ALLSTATE de luxe Miss Charlotte, Dennis of Day. . fixed bv the County Au."or of I
Miss'' J. M. Alvarez and her brothernlaw hi. AtBea0ment Holt SP. :
tuna: Beach Is the guest of mace upon
TRUCK TIRES Wanda Pearce They are school.( and sister, Mr. and Mrs Ih(rlv nRVbvd.order. of the Board of Gary Cooper

THEY'RE FLEET TESTEDTHEY'RE mates at Montreat, N. C. D. A. Monteith.Mr. ) (ounty CommlPnlonera of Brad- .. '
Mrs. J. L. Simmons ford County Florida, June 4th.,.
ROAD TESTEDTHEY'RE Miss Margie Middleton of Jalonvllle 948.OFFICIAL. Ingrid Bergman
week at their ,.
is the guest of her gra are spending this SEAL A. J. Tlioman

GUARANTEED parents. Dr. and Mrs. W. E. Mlleton. amp at Horseshoe. Harry Hous- Jerk It
ton spent Wednesday them. -

I Quality lowest Prices (( anll Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Mundy; Jr.,, I'V ('ineIT ('01 IIT. nnADFoitu iv IMAM.!!
,Highest Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Page i ('Ol "eT1', n.oniutt ,
and daughter Clair Jean, were ('Kit I'.
We Have Your Size Ask For It hildren: of Lake City spentveekend the ornthy Andersen, Plaintiff V. June 26 27 28"Earl
S. C. Thurs.
Laurens Wed.
with Mrs. Page's ailed this week to 'horblorn Andersen, 1J..r..ndanl.C Tues., ,

mother, Mrs. W. H. Struth. Slay by the Illness of. Mr Mundy'sfather 'a tl e No. 3RS4OUDEH OF' Pt'BLlCATlOV -

P Write To: ROY CUNNINGHAM morning their baby daughter W. B. Mundy Sr. ANn NOTICR TO APPEAH
Mrs. Gurley Wade Is spending STATE OF FI HIDA to Thorl
SEARS-ROEBUCK JACKSONVILLE, FLA.& CO.J Merrill Methodist Lynn Church.was christenedhe In a L two-weeks' vacation with rela- John Unknown.Andersen, whose residence In Caroll's Vanities"Dennis"

Portland Ala. required to appear! on
Miss Sharon Hall is spending tlves[ in You are

several days in Jacksonville with Mrs. W. M. Wlmbeiley spent Constance' Moore

her aunt, Mrs. Tillman Hutto, and Sunday in JackBonv Ue. Woody', Herman & Orchestra
lisa Leecy Denmark. Mrs. W. S. Gibson and sons, G ; "ar 1 '.f. ,

W. L. Jordan has returned to Billy and Tommie, of Goldaboro,

NAT SEZ: his home near Starke after undoing N. C., are visiting .Mrs Glbllon'sparents. '
at i the !Mr and Mrs. T. N Ken- ..
an appendectomy > Each Yt _lam" .. ,
tate Farm Hospital. [rick, Mr. Gibson will: arrive the romnentWaverloluUon.efaBfnpoOiCurlere 9'

,Ever since I got back from Mr. and Mrs.: M. L. Lewis and last of this week r wev.eoe.. Cafe,I Money and beak w ctinante ... SPLENDID FURNITURE VALUESHere's
male customers andson ....._ u lav.'
New York my ahree Mrs. George W. Mann, Jr., i. *. OM a
are enjoying
son, Freddy,
'have 'been asking If I brought reeks' vacation with relatives in George Wayne". of Nichols, Koch Drug Store '

''! beck, 'any undt'lrshlrts or shorts. this week .w\j\ ) her sister,
Lentucky.Mr: spent .,. .. ...
'those things are Just asdreverarce ,. - ..
But R. G. Kldd'XMl leave 'lO- frs. Harold Kite
: Up there as they are here. In Richmond Va.m Mrs. Richard Kljl was shop-
for stay
a .1.1i
Even Mayor LaGuardla U feeling ping In Jacksonville Wednesday. H

the plncli. If things get any Dr. and Mrs W. ,W. Iliffe are !

tighter In the men's clothing line, leaving this week for Connecticut !- "Vr'KEEPIHEM;

I'm going to display a nice line where Dr. Iliffe will be .
of barrel for fall assigned for the next three i

months. lie has been supply min-

ister for the local Presbyterian, ,

Church for the past three months.

Cay Summer Blouses IN ('mt"1 1'r ('ini<'r. .UAU"'OIlIt) Start Post 'War Your Planning 5
COI\ri', 'LOIlIIt"1 l\o! C'C 'I.tV-
I:14 Y.Eugene .
It, Hlpley. Plaintiff VI. By Placing Your
Helen Klpley, L>cf ndant. Case. No.assi. .
.. ?;hfl l OIlDEll. OK PUBLICATION Order Now For

AM=" > NOTR'U '10 Al'l'UAll These Appliances -
Can't afford an accident STATE OK FUOHIDA to: Helen
tii 260V.
Kiplvy whose residence
( either. Automobile Liability llllnolH "Street' Memphis., Tenn BENDIX
i You are rViiulreil to appear on s
% Insurance protects July 2Jrd 1'Jlj; In the above named AUTOMATIC:
Court and Mauna. wherein plaintiffKvekM
\ of acci- divorce. HrudforJ County HOME LAUNDRY I
YOU in case an Telegraph chill. publish thin. Order Comfort

dent. ill Witness next four my hand w..kIY'lallue.. and oUlclal'nat o HOT POINTREFRlGEUATOns "
J srf
at Starke, Florida; this June Itith., ,tr'f '' Plus Beauty! '
p sa l'J45.UKFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas, RANGES l ,
aid Court.
An Clerk of
Charley E. Johns lion T. Frank. Landrum. Htarke, WATER HEATERS
8-22 4t 7-U
Flu Atty. for l-lf_ minimi thU three piKe suit that
Availabl( Vou can build a living room I
IN flllftir co, U'r. lUIAUKOHIt As These Become design l III rot fortttl>le. The
Agency ('0I VI'V. FLOIUIJ 1| ..lCHAN: We Will Fill Orders In Will !H> a credit to your tiutto. The I I
harmonU- )
.. ny. chosen for their soft
( : IMM-II
.. JuliaFuaossory fabrics have 1lplvlltliy '
Plaintiff. v of Application
FUin: Fuxemiory. .
r enough tliarnionle <>
a STARTLE FLpr Defendant.. Case. No. Ing rolort and I their Ionic wearing qiiHllllFi
Phone IS 3860. of acwHHitry. It a
with type
AN1: NOTICK TO Al'l'bJAU grand buy at ij\
'uaeuery whose residence if Sttt WIRING SUPPLIES
Fried Street Akron Ohio.
.l .- You are required to appear on
-" .... July 23rd 1945 In the above. named e 9f % )I1ff
Court and cause, wherein plaintiff Electric Motors I
Mntlna. THE TRAVELERS. HsrtfolEXPERT I xeeka. divorce. Bradford County. .
/ I Telegraph shall publish thin OrderIn
next four weekly I..u.l .
Witness my hand and official Fluorescent I
: veal at St.rk"Iorld.' .., this Jun FIXTURES:! HTKII'S "

.jrjc 19th(OFFICIAL; 1945. SKAL) A. J. Thomas t .. .,.. .
A. Clerk of Bald. Court. Decca Records '
S Hon. T. Frank Landrum. ..;:;.o.-:',
7-J "
Fla. Atty. for l-'lf. S-23 4t /..._"' i !'
IV: CIHfl'IP tOIKT. IIH.\"I"OIIl' Exhaust r I
CII.%V.Leilyn -
c''EelT. '
Cohlnv rattervon. Plaintiff. .
( v.. Jesse Wlllanl Patterson Defendant. AND BATTERIK8Hot t .' _A
J./ 3119. ,
Cane No.
NOTICE: TO APPEAR Shot C j jModern ;
Wlllard Patterson whose residence BATTERIESDelta jI
I required to appear on
You are
ld I, July 23rd. 1945 In the above named Lanterns I

Court and cauiie wherein plaintiff
neck divorce and Maiden Nam.
I I reetored.shall LYadford publish this County Order Tslegraph In- Duo Therm ThatT #

I next four weekly 15111.5.Witness . HEATERS"
WORKMANSHIP I mf hand and official Heal
this June 18th.I Homemakers'Watlt
I at Htarke Florida;
I Bed LampsDesk
1945. .
: OFFICIAL; BEAtA. J. Thomai. for modern that .shows the tJrauly !4t p
A. Clerk of said Court. Our customers are asking IM
2150 I II. Duncan,', Jackionvllle, Lamps contracting wood In an Int"1 1
linn. n. that uses
ALL ''YORKGUARANTEED for Plf. 6-12 It 7-13 of fine Veneers . .
Fla. Atty. beveled mirrors and other quality
11100- \
I eating way . that has big !
bloasestblouses- EV C'CU nnciiT VTV, FLUltlU coi UT. Oil lCIIW'OFO"U: detail. Here It IM. In a. five piece bedroom group $ lbU.nOOSENECK f. .50

TO C'I*:MY. ServiceWiNKLER
i 1Ialank. Plaintiff. v.. Helenliaxurek Radio costing only -
-1 Pretty blouses E. K. :, Defendant Case No. 3S14.OUDEH '
through summer.J4 yOU, CAN AND NfrnrK TO APPEAR 1 1l
TO OUR FLORIDA to: H.I..nna.are"
Stripes, prints and FINEST STATE, 401 Fern; Avenue Lyon., ViftIT OUU JUVEMLE UKI'Alti'MKNT 1}
> Solids to tuck I In Illlnol I
: required to appear on '
t are
skirt or wear ,.In the above named.
out.Sternberg's your. July Court lIthd 1945 cause. wherein pUkntltf It's A Fact You Can Do Better At

,. I seeks Telegraph next. divorce.four shall weekly Bradford publl.h Uiuea.this County OrderIn John H. Denmark Furniture Co. !

STAG Witness "my hand and official Electric Service .
sal I at Htarke, Florida' this' Jun.
(O'FFICMAL; SEAL) A. J. Thomas 226 Temple Avenue WE BUY GOOD USED

Carter Bldg., Starke : Aa Hon.Clerk H. O.of Drown said" Court.Starke, Florida
Plf '-3'1' U T-1I
Atty. for

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PAGE SIX I . 1 . . . .
-- . SC'Brooker
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . SC. Tabernacle
. . . . . . 5 .1 Clay HillBy The Rev. John
I. Hampton GrahamBy son City Tenn or
] TlferessaIljr WUI
Pine Level Atkinson Pvt. Lairs Hurge Tabernacle Friday be 4t

Mills Ida Ilagan By Mrs. M. C. Sweeney Mrs. Edward Norman . By. .Joyce. . . . Maxwell. Field. Ala. nights of this week and Sa.

.. By. .Mm.. .II.. M.. MrRae. . . ''i . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . a. broadcast over itillJODi'I He a1Io
Jimmie Cain of SWIMMING PARTY Gainesville< !,
SOCIETYThe Mr. and Mrs
Pine Kirby Swindell A-S of Camp MISSIONARY spending a Mrs. Lloyd Barry entertainedthe Today I signed the papers for This
The revival meeting at Women's Missionary Society Moultrie, Ga., are school I speaker ,,a ,
Level Church la being well at Peary. Va. Is upending a 10-day of the Baptist Church was entertained week with Mrs. Cain's parents, members of her Sunday my discharge from the WAC. geUstic messag .trong
., of Jackson leave with his mother, Mrs S. R. by Mrs. G. W. Rahme, Sr., Mr. and Mrs. E. T. Young, class with a swimming party aHampton should be In Florida by July 1. is invited to h.-ai Inohe'
tended. Rev. after um
Hodges Lake Thursday I have good news that Clay pe
attended -
Swindell. Watson tit the
Juni Gean and Hllra TabernacleFriday
at her home on Thursday
vine arrived Monday evening and Swindell returned Wed- the 4-H club camp near O ala noon. About 20 young people at Hill people want me to return to
will preach each night this week. Larry after spending two weeks 14. last week with other Bradford tended and after having a good teach so soon I shall be writing evenlni.. mae .,tb,
of Lake nesday Mrs. M. L. Watterson was I In served picnic' of service at the
k Clay
Mrs. Susie M y r i c In Macon, swim, supper was news from that corner 'ra.bernaCe!
Geneva pent Sunday and Monday with his grandparents charge of the program and the I County boys.Attending style. County. School usually starts in given over to a TempwZ,

with Mrs. II. M. McKae and Ga.Mr. topic for the afternoon was "To1 1 the Father's Day re August, so I shall have time to gram by the YOUng people 1
family. and Mrs. J. C. Cochrane day's Youth", I union at the home of Mr. and ItlRTIIDAY PARTY the school house and mented by members 'rf ,I

Miss Mary Lou Alvarez of and children left Saturday for a During the social hour, Mrs Mr. Rufus(keen of Brooker Sun Allen Lewis, son of Mr. and make rest, clean ready for the children. Scott W.C.TU from ft1! *
M' and few days with relatives In At- Rahme, assisted by her daughters, day were Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Mrs. K. J. Lewis, was honored ous churches. Twenty.Uul
Vanderbilt spent<< Sunday oi returned from Indiana on
Carolyn Just
Monday with Miss Gwendolyn Mc lanta, Ga. Mrs. Alta Adkins and Mrs. Haze: Jones and daughter with a birthday party Wednesday; having too sons In all took pan iY
;' The many friends of Mr and Starr served iced drinks wit] Rising; Mr. and Mrs, Edward evening at the Community Cell furlough. They are weather.That piece orchestra provided w
Rae.We Mrs. J. D. Griffis extend their cake and assorted cookies to the Norman and son, Herbert and Mrs much rain and cold for an Inspirational
are sorry to report the oi ter.Games 23: Is corn country and crops long
sympathy to them In the Jeanette Jones and son Eugene were enjoyed by the Solos, recitations '
deepest members s
11 present. ,
; serious Illness of Mrs. Luna de Brooker relatives good. Much of the duet.
not so
wish Later,
and Graham and other are
to the loss of their Infant son Miss Martha. Horne returned young people attending. choruses were given, all ,
carried .
mons. She was Miss Is falling over.I ?
for Mrs. Griffla a speedy recov- Monday from a visit of several refreshments were served by wheat atlng the Temperance
L State Farm Hospital Saturday. ery. weeks with relatives in ReevesvilU Guests of Mr and Mrs. John, Iva Mae Lewis and Mrs. Eldon hope to board at my old This is the fhst In u
'r Mrs. Albert Conner and daughter week are their place, the Lang's. I'll a 1e:1:
this boarding
and Charleston, S. C. McKInney Hardy. programs to be given thbJ
Mrs. Vergle Crawford and IIt.\ \OA.N IIIKTHDAV Mrs. Claude L. Houser returned daughter, Mrs. Mines and small be happy to get back to the place nection. in
children and Mrs. Owen McRae, A surprise birthday party was H. H. Henderson and Edward I love.I .
Ala.,. Sarasota. and people
to her home In Rock son
were dinner guests of Mr. and given for Aunt Ida Hagan the I' She was accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Nate Dyal and son, Starling of Gainesville were visiting have letters from Pauline 'At the close of the meeUnc
Mrs. H. M. McRae Thursday. They of June 14th by Mrs. President, :Mrs 0 E
evening as far as Jacksonville by hei' Tommy spent the week-end with here Sunday. Moseley, Luella Austin, Eva Pad- su
are from Lake Butler. Charley Rosa and Mrs. Donald Stokes Is leaving thla Manning. They presented the pledge and PJ
and Dorothy
Maxwell in Springs.Pat
and Mrs mother, Mrs. J. M. ,, friends High Dewey gett of the
Everyone Is Invited to church Kent. Guests were Mr whom she was visiting here. Casey is spending several week to visit his sister in Massa- are all well and happy to knowI organization and ml
$ this week-end. Sunday School at W. S, SIbley Mrs. S. R. Swindell and, Mrs. Alice Fancher of Orlando days with relatives In Jackson chusetts. I I am returning. A nice letter names were added to the J,
son bershlp.
11 a. m. Mrs. James received Is the guest of her sister, Mrs ville. Mrs. Llnnie Parker and children from Hazel Osteen, ,the daughterof
e f'I' Mra. Kelsay. Aunt and Ida refresh- Nita Johnson and brother, J. B Mrs. Carlton Davis left Wednesday Madeline, Irene and James Albert Osteen who is a member The Secretary at the Ttj
"; many beautiful gifts spend some time with Bkr, of the school board. nacle. Miss Susan
. just tike mother of birthday cake and punch Prevatt.Mr. to are visiting in Tampa. Wallace li
ments to the guests. and Mrs M. W. Morrow and 3-c Davis in New London, Conn. Arthur and Burnlce Moody of Soon I shall be raising Old vacation, visiting, her aids] ,,
used to make"LAPPE were served daughter, Carolyn, were visiting Miss Mary Ellen Wasdln and Jacksonville are spending this Glory every morning, teaching the Jacksonville, and in her ate,

Mra. J. W. Moore of Valdosta, friends here Thursday.Mr. Mrs. Selma Flerstone spent the week with Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Atkinson children to sing, to pray, and what Mrs. Jennie Tliornquest It f:
Ga., visited her aunt Ida Hagan and Mrs. Dan Johnson of week-end in Jacksonville. and family. Democracy means. Once more I'll her place In the office.
Sunday. Jacksonville were recent guests of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Thomas la visiting her pull the teeth and bind up the .
Cpl. and Mrs. W., A. McLeod Mr. Johnson's sister, Miss Maggie visited relatives in Green Cove Miss Joan Tyler Crews in Jacksonville cuts and sores of the Clay Hill be a civilian again.
I aunt, Mrs. Annie I love dearly. Good luck and God blesiJ
and son Mike spent the week-endi, Johnson. Springs Monday.The week. children so .
Beach.S Misses Margaret and Lucile Hall I building fund for the Baptist this When next I see you all I shall -J
at Daytona
and members Friends of Mrs. Royce Gainey
this Church is growing
of Dasher, Ga, are spending
; 1-c and Mrs. L. W. Van Epps week with relatives and friends will start the building as soon will be glad to know that she Is
lI have returned from Yankton, S. as the material Is available. Ser recuperating nicely from a major

D? and Mrs. Van Epps la spending here.Mr.. and Mrs. J. T. Blanton and vices are held each 1st and 3rd operation in the State Farm Hos- BRADFORD

Iawv.-r a few days with her parents. daughter, Donna, of Tampa and Sunday at the Baptist Church and tal.
: I Kr, and Mn. W. W Packham. at the the Church of God
Pvt. Wm. E. Dees of Ft. Bragg, each 2nd and 4th Sunday Attending
s I N. C., are guests of their mother, Christian Church. Prayer meeting State Convention In Sanford Sunday
"! Mrs. Jettle Whyte. Is held each Wednesday at the were Mr. and Mrs. Lee Willis -

Miss Florrle Gnann of Jacksonville Christian Church. Everyone is Invited and family, Mr. and Mrs. Get- ENGINEERING CO.

1" NEWLY REDECORATED arrived Friday to spend sev- to attend all services. zon: Parker and sons, Mr. and

;rail weeks with her aunt, Mia. Miss Louise Strickland of Nichols Mra. Dennis Hodge and son, Mr.

Evelyn May and Mrs. M. C. Is spending a few days with and Mrs. Brady Kerce, Mrs. Minnie EDWARDS
I MILLIGAN'S GLRIIJL Sweeney.Mr. her alster and brother-in-law, Mr. Hodges and daughter and L.V. J. MAURICE Mgr.

and Mrs. David Knight and and Mia. Roy Reynolds Waters.
,,r small son Dunbar, of Dunellon Mrs. M. F. Hazen of Starke PHONE 94
E ENJOY YOUR .6D1'II/E were week-end guests of Mr. and City to Publish vas visiting Mr. and Mrs. T. W.

)f b., 6I,/ .. . Mrs. J. W. Horne. Tax List Vfarkey Saturday.
", Delinquent
: ANDifWT Ii I- Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Lamoreaux Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Green were

f i, .0. ... /J iad as recent guests, Mrs. Jessie City Clerk Carl Johns announced Shopping In Gainesville Monday.
.' -, ....- ,.' Morgan, Ernest Morgan and son, yesterday that all unpaid city Mr. and Mrs. Dave Green were We Can Furnish You With All Sizes
I, '' : toy. of Jacksonville. taxes are now classified as delinquent vl lUng Mrs. Green's slater Mrs.
e:1JIJI1 "i'; Sgt. and Mrs. Ernest Meyer and and that the city will B. K. Dukes 0 f Dukes Station Concrete Building Blocks Gravel Sand.

;. :;?) In The Cleanest Tpl. and Mrs. Reggie Hunter advertise such property for taxes Sunday. Mortar Mix and Cement
pent Sunday at St. Augustine luring- July.
Spot in Town Seach. I This will be the first sale of Teachers ExamsTo ALSO

Judge Hiram Bryant and i delinquent tax property that the
mother, Mrs. Jessie Bryant and 1 ity: has held In several years, and ( Be Held July 5, 6 READY MIXED CONCRETE

AT THE RAILROAD White of Ft. Myers are Johns owners
r CALL STREET Buddy Wtr. urges property teachers'
The next regular ex-
tailing relatives here. to pay their taxes at once In tminatlon for Special Certificates DELIVERED TO YOUR JOB
Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Watterson order to protect their Interests.
and War Emergency Examination
tad as week-end guest, Pvt. Harry -
rated third class, having done an Certificates will be held on Thurs-
Wilson of Camp Blanding. WE CAN INSTALL ALL TYPES
5 and 6, In
Officer I and Mrs. exceedingly prof 1 table business lay and Friday, July
TilE SOUTHEASTMore Chief Petty
IN luring the past two years. HavIng Jainesville and four other Florida HARD TILE AND ASPHALT TILE.
Atlantic Ale and Beer than other.It lobby Walker of Jacksonville were
: any ,
people been fourth class for so long, owns.
heir dinner guests Monday night. Let Us Give You An Estimate -
must be... : we take pride in this new rating, The Constitution Examination
1fI OSTOFTICE ADVANCES The[ present postmaster H. B, ill be held at 2 o'clock Friday
1 ? This community is proud to announce Vigglna, will be retained and will afternoon July 6, In Gainesville
that effective July 1, 1945: I continue to serve the public inhis I Jacksonville and several other Let Us Build Your Post War Homedream4MrL11

L he Hampton Fostofflce will be usual genial manner. polnt ,

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' ff : "Yes, when you take me on as t ,. +

; s a farm hand," promises Reddy

i: .i '. I Kilowatt, "you'll increase food fit 0

r i production and save critical f

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AI .
M' manpower."I'll
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t I ', milk the cows,,separate the

} cream and churn the butter, lift"a"

tt the hay into the loft, fill the silo,
t'i ...'
. / : j pump the water, heat the incubator e
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.\. ir.,.''t,"'."' ', ... -'-. \'","... ..,-. " and-well,you think up the "So, Mr. Farmer, you don't have --

\.. --- .job and chances are, I've already to dream about it just call on

/TWIT tell us that the fat salvage problem has got to be|licked got a way of doing it faster, easier me I'm '#v /,Y" .

in the small cities, the town and on the/arm and cheaper than you believe

Our country has to have one hundred million more pound possible. }

i or used fats this year. And we're the people who must save it.We've 1"And
wL....., row HGCTf' COUP'L"Y
sleevesl Well and bit Cl
. drop
rolled up our save every of I'm still useful
it till the last Jap is licked. course, <,; r
t possible...and keep doing ., .. ., x
I around the house, too, as your N f
all used fats in tin can. Keep it handy
HOW TO DO ITs Save a
wife well when she ---
f knows
f to the stove. Scrape your broilers and roasting pans,skim soups very

and gravies. Keep meat trimmings and table scraps in a bowl. calls on me to help in sweeping; /

Melt them down when your oven's going,add the cleaning, cooking, heat. It I t
, .. liquid fat to the salvage can. Take can to your -
butcher as soon as it's full. He will give you four ing, cooling, washing, z==; "_

cents and two red points for every pound. Your refrigerating, lightingand 'i

I' I. V County Agent or Home Demonstration Agent can all the other jobs '
I give you full particulars.
I do.
can _
i REDonmowcrrb MI

100,000,000 Mon Pounds of Used Fats Are Needed This Yiar! > r tl ctnc tmm ItanJD a

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t. Approved by WFA oed OP A. FtiJJor ly luJuttry -

t 0,0 CAN I PEN DON.i I E lEe T R I CIT Y T.WE C H E.A PES T fAR M H A H D I Y Due I Iww.4.YrmWwbev A K. "rUl: :

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. a\ I e e e Peggy this little and"get-together"Frances Caldwell were, L daughter Cora, to T-Sgt Clifford I neth Johns. of Belle Glade has! their three children of Daytona to visit relatives In Dunedin, IM: rmcriT rornr JII""I"OllIJ f
Hayes at eleven o'clock Sun been rorwTTi: rioiiui in: (,'II.\!!
visiting Mr. and -
Eleanor McRae of McIntosh, Carolyn day Mrs. Law- Beach came Monday for a visit Clearwater and St. Petersburg.She rtonv.Dnrothln.. .
fate Farm Bradley, Kay Partney. Mary home morning, June 17. in the rence Dugger and other relativesIn with Mr. and Mrs. H. K. Tytis. planned to be away for about Mae. Warren, Plaintiff v*. i
of Rev. W I I'
E. Hall of the this section of the \ l Defendant.
\\hltfietdILtI' Rivers Stubbins and Helen Wliit- Pine Level state. Little Patricia McIntosh came ten days. <:::<.e.eN "W'a.Wamm j I
Baptist Church.
MI'., . . . . field. Hall performed Rev i I Rev and Mrs. \VIIII.lm'l1son Tuesday for. an extended stay with Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Cox and (IItllin 0)1' t'tTRr.JC''TION
the ceremony and j of RaLford her ASINTICrn TO At'I'AH
were Mr. and Mrs.
Sunday dinner grandparents !
f.tumt.'TlOSRI' ; COMMUNITY CI-L'H MEETINGMrs. attendants were the brother and guests of Mr. and Mrs! Arthur J. A. Bouvier. Mrs. J M. Bradley Leslie andCarol'n \,'..8TATI3"I.V..rr.OK...,KIOUI1, whom renlilonoa to: h*no I ,'
sister-in-law of the groom Mr 'I Crews. Bradley went to Roswell, General '
that M. E. Grinor >a Delivery Caruthersvllln. t
found r Vice-presi During the week Mr. and
,, has past
.? and Mrs.. Herbert Hayes of Mr. Gil., Monday to vlmt Mr. and Mrs I Mis.iirl.You i '
innot keep her dent, presided at the regular meetIng Gainesville. and Mrs. Vance. Geiger, ands Mrs. M. C. Roberta entertafced as Gerald Cox and Before are required to nppear on ..
Sgt. Hayes is daughters. -
lyouni!! when the 1 fev I' because of the Community Club Tues son of Mr. and Mrs C 1\[. Hayes I Reese Bradley and coming homo Mrs. Bradley, and, fauna. whoreln' plnlntirtaeeke j
Clinton of
'the \1"s i IJ M. Richards day afternoon of last week. Mrs of Bushnell. Following visits with daughter Ray "Frances of De- will visit her mother, Mrs. J. B. illrorce. Br..t1r"r.1. C'minty il
mall I Jacksonville had supper! with Mr. Land and Mrs. W. J. Ward and Tnlvurraiih shall pul>lli>li thus. Order
\' asked,! N < groupfourf L. A. Shepherd and Mrs. W. N. relatives en route, Sgt. and Mrs. and Mrs. J. M. Bradloy Father's Misses Leila !and Leona Ward of Treadwell in Sntham and other In next tour weekly l I""u",
'rlendF i come North were hostesses and served Hayes will be at home to their relatives in other Georgia town. .
to eat Iceand Ocala. Mr. and Mrs. Roberts, aeaLVlIt 8iarkn !lorldsithin. '
the! fifteenth Jane and sandwiches and cookies with iced friends at Miami Beach after June Day.Mrs.. Fielding Chapman and Mitts Leona Ward and her sister, Mrs Pauline Wilder and Mrs 30, 1945.OFKiriAI.. May
c-ske with tea. The Club's little protege, 22. Sgt. Hayes has been stationed Lydia Rambo of Jacksonville were ( SnAT.' ) A. J, Thomas,
visitor, sons 3rd Bert Chambers
little and Walton, spent Friday .
and ''hell' Karen Johnson of the Methodist there since September when, he luncheon guests of Mr. and Mrs. A. Clerk of wtld Court.
Johnson -)f Enterprise; then Orphanage at K n t erprlse, was was returned to the States after I left Saturday for an extended afternoon In High Spring Robert Kite Monday. i I' Hon. T. Frank LandrumRtarka.
let each other 'stay with Misses Alice D. and Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Hundley and, Kin. Atty. for Plf. 6-1 4t '-11
quickly honor guest on t his occasion. being wounded during service In'
? was Jane's natal Fanny Walton in Madison., Tenn.. Betty Williams visited Mr. and
that flower the Pacific I
thaI, Lovely arrangements addedto area. Wedding guests i
guests sur- and with Dr. and Mrs. R. D. Mrs. Reese' Bradley in Jacksonville \
SO the young the natural charm of the Club included the parents of the bride j '
when shened Crutcher In Lewiaburg. Tenn. of
Thursday last week.
Jane with gifts Room for the meeting. and her b ro t ber-ln-lB.w. Revta :
Mrs.. J._ f._ _
to surprise them with William and Mrs Mrs. Clara B. Stahl of Dan,
of Jacksonville.
autifullY decorated choco- BRIDGE CLUB MEETING C. W. Norton and son, Charles Indiana came Wednesday to :
topped with seven pink Mrs. P. D. rancher was hostessat PHK-NUFTIAL PARTY 3rd, of Wewahitchka and Mrs. visit Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Turney.Mr. o
Those 1' who participated Innter's last week's meeting of t h eState The bridal motif was emphasized James Liggett Cooper and baby and Mrs. H. K. Tyus re-
Farm Bridge Club-entertaining by an exquisitely decorated daughter, Linda Louise, of Doth- turned Sunday from Chattahoo-
Wednesday aft ernoon. A wedding cake and vases of white an, Ala., were with Dr.. and Mrs. chee where they had spent the
I / variety of summer flowers was oleanders when Mrs. Dave Thorn J. M. Hembree from Wednesdayuntil week-end with relatives. Accom-'
used to decorate her spacious living ton gave a miscellaneous showerat Saturday of last week. panying them home was .their ze
'room and its connecting sun her home last Wednesday aft Mrs. Martin Relnau arrived niece, Imogene Tyus, of Chattn-
ACID INDIGESTION parlor in which, the tables were' ernoon honoring Miss Cora Staf- Wednesday from Winnfleld, La., hoo c 11 e e who came for a two
ford to visit Mr. and Mrs. Martin Gri weeks' visit.Sa.lurday. I
placed. At this meeting Mrs. C. bride-elect. In contests Mrs.
M. Turney won high prize. Mrs. Emory Townsend of Raiford and nero visitors of Mr. and 1 1''
Mrs. Mrs. P. D. Fancher Is In Live Mrs. I. J. Williams were Mr and 1i .
Fielding Chapman won second B. S. Carroll of Lake But I9 i :
Oak as the guest of Mrs. Harley Mrs. R.V.. Rivers! and their two
high and Mrs. M. E. Griner won won appropriate prizes. After 1 1 ''
"bingo", awards consisting of Sav- the opening of lovely gifts that at- Brown sons of Keystone Heights. to Daily :
1 ings Stamps. At the end of the tested the popularity of the hon- Sgt. and Mrs C. A Ashton and Mr*. E. G. Land left :Monday Restaurant Hours! Except 19 Tuesday:: I

progressions :Mrs. Fancher servedice oree. Mrs. Thornton served Ice- -
50c cream and cake.l1AYESSTAFFORD. cream with slices of the wedding r'':
cake Guests in addition, to those I Our Specialty. . ..1..1.I' "

Drug Store Mr. and the Mrs.marr E. i A.age Stafford of their announce above Stafford, Mrs.mentioned,A.mother C., were Davis of the Mrs.Mrs bride-E.I. Homemade Chili Hot Dogs SandwichesI 1/0/ I REGIONAL I I FftVORITllWHIfTH I I h '

-- -- J. Williams, Mrs. J. E. Cham- HOME
bers, Mrs. J. M. Bradley and Mrs. I OF HOME: COOKINGerry's J "
Place Bryan Whltfleld. I REMEMBEHlHiEPOTATO
Old Sarge's
.''j'S i
Dr. and Mrs. R. P. Stubbins and ,

their daughter, Mary Rivers spent q j ,
ARKE'S ORIGINAL the past week-end at the lake at ,
Keystone Heights.En SALAD lAx I ,

ARMYTORE route from Washington, D.
C., to their home In Miami, Mr. i
and Mrs. J. A, Bouvier, Jr., were CALL STREET! ,
overnight guests of Mr. and Mrs.J. NEXT DOOR TO WESTERN UNION

A. Bouvier last Wednesday.
J Young Johnny Bouvier returned
home with his parents after having I
Authorized been the guest of his grand- '1 ,
811 The 'War Department parents for several weeks. UNDERSTANDING ; M
visitors of Mr. and Mrs. "
Sunday '
Al Rogers' and Mrs. Effie Johns based upon long years of wide experience ..
OperatedBy were their relatives Mr. and Mrs. and Serving dignifies this funeral "

0, K. Walker and Billy Walkerof home with a superior excellence in r 'ws7A' ,
an Ex-Soldier Sanderson.Mrs. handling affairs of sacred discretion. i. ,f

M. R. Holmes, :Mrs. Tom tC

Connors, Mrs. Bob Barkley, Mrs. \
HEADQUARTERS W. G. Stringfellow, Mrs. J. L. ,
Robinson, Mrs. W. H. Parker and ooot.eoatio i I
OR ALL Mrs J A. Bouvier were among rourtablNYooaa = cbDra.a :
NOVELTIES and JEWELRY those who attended Infantry Day AMBULANCE SERVICE ylartasu 10 g of of ohoPp oa onion, --- ; j"'j ,
h !
exercises at Camp Blanding 'j
Funeral Director le6 *i al eaarn '
fa[ 9 eoSar5, oaa Iitnlaa.e
day.Capt.. and :Mrs.: Martin Griner STARKE PHONE TOur o oap ate. oallalli --- "

ien Sus.low'SArmy and Mrs. H. L. Fowler and Miss ow.o1 9fokt" aa t.a.ppp 10.1 be.' ;
Butler local funeral home enables us to yaarpp (Ihlll,sal tl
Nettle Mae Fowler of Lake I say 9spP ar. ooot.a sass '
were guests of Mr and Mrs. M. offer conveniences and' services not tH vo*blast. twobottle base faeootU oao.ratat.

E. Griner Sunday. otherwise available. foraoaa In o\ettoas. a i( r!!
bare I 't'oot4 .
Store Mid-day dinner guests of Mr. iot11a1.H i Alta fan AS.r ts eet tl S ' 11gronob .
and Mrs. W. H. Williams Sunday HOSPITAL EQUIPMENTFor eria9 latnea Mut sal hle I vl

E. Call Street Starke, Fla. were Oak and Misses Anna Cella Wodtke Goff of of Vero Live many years we have provided hospital equipment for use In D gaadll ta1119tsdou; a y ytaythalo : ,

; the home. With the growing demand we have Increased our dwawheN ,
Beach. Misses Goff and Wodtkeare I IM ,
,", teachers at 'the Training supply which is available at a nominal charge. We deliver both etl J9. : i'I

Union at Raiford Baptist Church locally and In the surrounding territory, and set up this equip I '

this week. ment In the home.THROUGH. .

Mrs. W. G. Stringfellow spent \ a
fleet ,M eAtanding Sunday with her parents Mr and At" of :

Mrs. M. D. Carter, at their home
Center Bar" near Lawtey. j ; ,

Supt. L. F. Chapman made the i \

address to the high school graduating THESE PORTALS I I','I .'.
class in Bartow last Mon- 1'1 :
'I.J i.'iI i.
a te tte51ea101 day With night.other members of the PASS THE BEST SOLDIERS \ \.. d.,

; spa Baptist Church, I /
choir of
hS ot beet \\00 Betty Williams went to Gainesville ON EARTH II':

-- te\asa .A\1\b'sl Monday morning to sing I
ot t. :
\\OUt o hymns during the opening broadcast ., ,
f of Rev. John Leland's program +

\\ 4 eft that can now be heard at Beer J\\ .i.3!

nine o'clock each morning. C : .

Jane and Henry Rlcharde, Peggy i

' .',,;,;..; and Frances Caldwell and Dally Helen Vacation "

: : )"jj-., Whitfleld Bible are School attending at the Methodist .. ,.\ 1-
Church in Starke. 'Iti.a y ntd.. = II"I
Mr.\. and Mrs. M. R Holmes _- 1
were visitors of Mr. and Mrs.
= h
Robert Dukes in Jacksonville last favorites
=,-.-- = i Two regional

LAN"" 0 I NCENTER weekend.Mr.. and. Mrs. C. O. Partneyand c-: distinctive in our own a 1!

their daughter. Kay spent great Southeast-get first i

:? 13AL:? the past week-end at the Beachat == cell for hot-weather re- lyl/ i

I St. Augustine.Mrs. == freshmentl Just as "Potato ;
A. Z. Adkins and Mrs. B. .ao c t: R
A. Pope of Starke were bridge- === Salad Jax" has its own axe r A JittlMrfi -- i

luncheon guests of Mrs. L F. === acting recipes, so JAX, I !'

MAYBELLE J. HYDE MANAGER Chapman and Mrs. Fielding Chap- likiih;trslS!! == the Drink of Friendship, a" i :
Friday. :
man Since Monday of last week KenYou're === is made with painstaking ... IJI
= care to suit the tastes of 1 "
J <00 ., It bHitaN Southeastern people.I ; ,
==== '

; __ a JAX, the perfect companion for meal 1T ,.'
Man : ? !
j rw
Is satisfying beverage's
a time refreshment, a

sFrIl = for time of day! This delightful, thirst = 1, :
for -- ::: quenching any brew has a flavor as distinctive !:
liii looking '
IT -: and are --:- as our distinctive regional foods. What'smore ::::= ,

at the --= regional beer does not lose its live I I

; +, the right things liness through long hot days of travel because !

OUR HBronm TWO MILLION snow = a regional brew is made right at =r i
ILLS right prices 1 O I. II 110 H n MA.VHM -- the for whom it is = i iespecially i iJAX
::: home-near people
.i>ia! pt'HriiA:" tifllH :::;::
MTOHKil.' TlfKHHML'KT : === intended..Try a satisfying, =
Illfi A
=== cooling bottle of JAX today -tonight, == 1

VISITHAFKIN'S == surel! Enjoy the mellow, lively goodnessfound "=""

IP. $ ---= in every golden drop r I. Then you, ===

$ " too, will agree that JAX is tops on your ===

::::: refreshment list-. truly great brew that'- ;' 'I'yNr

E premium in quality-but not in price. StlJttl'u'I.l I

fill + '

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. 'I'Lt.OKAPti. "!'AltKEe FLORIDA -=

RAGE':: EIGHT =- hot sterile Jars with School BussesDo Well In W

Gets $4 For $3 I jR II I 4-H Club Members Return From Camp glass relish lids into Seal. Store Makes In about a cool 6, I Double Duty Here's one ma. """

.". GIs Recognize dark place tired tltli
dry of ,
Boy beau ,
Outstanding I District
I With Honor of Having II George H Cochrane, tft*' *'

Regular VolunteersAt I I pints. Tomato Catsup of the Office of Defense plratlon mitl., ',,,. Hi9brth.
i Thirty-two Bradford County 4-ll 17 medium]) Manager 'graph mighu h
to ,
USO Club 2 1-2 quarts ((15 in Jacksonville, '
Club boys returned home Satur. Transportation At *
tomatoes I am '
y, Pd'f from a week's outing at sliced announced this week in a sum- 1U '?. *b
Servicemen frequenting the Uf'O e"7 1r day 3-4 cup chopped onion received ., ,,'h
McQuarrie (ID the Ocala 1 National cinnamon I school bus transportation, '0 '10
Camp of
are beginning to recognize a number 3-lnch piece stick mary tl. Green, i I' |r"
of Callsti cetera: who have Form and one. of the I 1 teaspoon whole cloves that despite shortages of vehicles I' week with mst tn01 r.

been regular volunteers at the group Doyle Conner away 1 teaspoon paprika tires and manpower, many reoN' my tG.
r ribbons for being the I 'ubsctpe
with honor chopped 1Qh
Shell tD
clove "
Dlckins I
Mrs. May garlic trans
Club. leader and the best 1 large children are being years.
J. M. beat squad more
Ruth Jenkins Mrs a vinegar
Hall. a 1
cup in
Mrs Jeanette Chrl all-around boy in camp. ported to school by bus
Mitchell and 1.2 cup sugar
liars are faithful Saturday nigh The Bradford boys accompan ( 1 1-4 teaspoons salt pre-war 1941.

ors greeting everyone who en. by County Agent L. T. Dyer made .... Dash cayenne pepper Mr. Cochrane said that more IGpI
hoe bus furnished by lhe tomatoes and
tern, registering the Junior the trip In a Simmer) together are walking and every- .
:, esses, service' wives and guest County School Board and camped] anion for 20 to 30 minutes. Press. children possible has been done to
out Information with 4-H members and county sieve. Put the cinnamon thing driving
and giving through a
*'= 1TMr' from U n 1 on. Columbia. loosely lr eliminate unnecessary:
Saturday agents garlic
Other who drop In on cloves precautions are taken not
Sunday afternoon to Levy and Citrus counties tolal white cloth; tie! top tightly though
evening or a thin hardships on anyone
W J. of 85 boys. They were well cared and simmer to impose
host and hostess are Mrs.! add to vinegar school at-
Jl maintain good
and his .Aw, and to
Chandler, Mrs. A. J. Thomas, Mr for by a camp .director rjaP 30 minutes. Remove spIce bag
u Jr., Mrs. W. t CStrlngfellow 4' 1 assistant who are employedthe by W tomato mixture rapidly until tendance.
L. F. Chapman :: Boil owned
Reverend and Mr!!. State Extension Service tor ct have but one-half the original Bradford has 12 county

Leallo Shepherd. Mrs J, G. Calc .. 12 weeks of camp this summer. P you amount. Stir frequently to pre busses which are covering more

well and Mrs. Bryan Whltfleld. lI + In addition there was a colorf'd vent sticking. Add spiced vinegar miles and carrying more children

Mrs. Buelah Bl cka, newcomer cook and his wife who furnished sugar salt, peprlka, and cay than ever before. These bussesare

Ftarke. assists in aupervlsln plenty of good eats. to tomato mixture now being painted to preserve -
to enne pepper
the dance floor on Saturday nigh, I Ten years might aeem like a' The camp program consisted of Boll rapidly, stirring constantly, them as long as possible

and also serves In that capacity long time to wait for War. Bond flag raining early in the mornIng Doyle Conner about 10 minutes or until slightly! or as long as the present emerg- 4 ,

iI': Wednesday, roll ar un for 30 minutes 1 before sterile exists.
at the cabaret dance to mature, but they swimming the fact thickened. Pour into hot ency
\ added by
: evenings faster than you think and there breakfast, a work periodone of Interest was divided Into Jars with glass tops. fill to top ,

Mlddleton and Mr you are-with four dollars fOl' hour after breakfast, which that the boys were and seal. Makes about 2 pints.
Madge the
Mill" regular receptkmlats three dollars Investedr included getting wood for t the squads of nine each for purpose HAROLD C. WALL .4 JOS. F A
Barbara Clute are .each for final hon
bn- of thia fact, cook stove preparing the food :fOr of competing
game definite proof
during the bingo As keen NOTESBy
was very FARM
or!! Competition
fi 10-year-old son dinner, and cleaning the bunk: BR'AN'CIIINSURAN
Tuesday evening! Freddie Joe Dyer, cleanliness EVERY OFI
i III The had three 30. in games, programs
T. houses.
L. Dyer
Clirlstlai Agent Agent
Women from the of County of rooms and other activities. Sev L. T. Dyer County
i""? had holding two matured minute periods of instruction, ;Including -
Church of Starke' who have shown above eral of from this county
the boys
punch and Government "baby" bonds give: record keeping parllanu Vaccinating\ Hog The Boardof C E

);1 charge of Sunday oervlng afternoon durIng to him by his parents a few tary law and other subjec were In the winning squad. County Commissioners appointed

cookies on month of June are Mr months after his birth, as a nuc Swimming was again on the program Camp McQuarrie Is one of three Nelson Green a 15 authorized
the fund. before dinner and also district 4-H Camps In the State of and virus .
l\1n. J. H. Denmark leus of an educational just administrator serum WALL
,i Clyde Colson. at which about 3,000 boys and the last H. C.
In' afternoon by
and the supper. bill passed
''I Mrs. Eunice Wilson The bonds cost $75 each. They; It Is a under a
Each afternoon there was an girls camp each summer. The State furnishesthe
Kite. On June 17 matured recently and were redeemed legislature.
' Mrs. sponsored entitled< at $100 each. piling; assembly where the boys saug great treat for the farm boys and serum and virus and Mr, AGENCYr

:'. "The group Old Lady", played by Mrs h*, had earned by inilkinf songs and took part in other programs girls to have the opportunity to) Green administers it for 10 cents r

,,, and were assisted by Reverend money and' other',part.tlmework.' of Interest, ending the day spend a week at one of these per hog The State does not furnish V
1\ with devotional I camps each year medicine, and Service Over 50 Years
I and Mrs W., G. Smedley. Freddie: Joe' added $29 .io the a program. swine plague

l I J New on the Sunday afternooiJh $200 received from the Government due to the Increased coat of this

program st the Club la the Sunset and bought three $100 bond!! O.P.A. Announces ,Tracy Infant It will be necessary to Charge IS It Please Phone 146CLASSIFIED

i Sing and }i Vesper Hour at 4:3( from the Florida Bank at Starke cents for it, making a total, cost
|, o'clock. Last week Corpora When these mature about the Lower Sugar Quota Thelma J. 'Tracey. Infant daughter of 25 cents per hog''' when both'

I Howard Berger of Oregon led tife time Freddie Joe la in tabs thin For Coca ColaThe of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Tracey treatments are used.

,:' group slnglog, and, Reve-rend W year of college they will be worth formerly of, Jacksonville Beach Another Important change made

I W. Plffe cave the v..per, talk orMANUKAOTt'KKKS $300. Not .bad for an online': supply of Coca-Cola In I the died Friday,,of pneumonia. Services by the legislature is that the ear

J investment of $150' plus en addl 3tai'ke territory definitely willeffected be were held Monday In the of each hog vaccinated with free ADS

tlonal $25.:: by the further curta Jacksonville Beach, Cemetery with serum and virus must be marked ..-

Y Also shown above are a number I ment in the supply of sugar after DeWitt C. Jones In charge of arrangements by a notch In lower right ear,
Freddie Jo Besides her parents, be unlawful to vaccinate IIAVn IT FIXED Many little FOR SALE-Corrugated rO!'
of other bonds that July 1st because the manufacturer ? and 'it will arebreaking; up aroundthe I shed 0x460 feet Write
has bought'' with his hardearnedcash. of that popular drink will .not who now live In Starke, she Is the hog again with free things house these day that you I box 2066. Jacknonvllle, or

Nry iompronvUe with the use of suitUutea. survived by one brother and three serum and virus. It Is further would replace If Impossible you could ret but I 5-5092. j jHPENCER I I.
Q This In
II1 r: sisters of Starke. provided that those objecting to them.maybe I can fix It. Auk for SUPPORTS! Indi.designed. .
"Living Up to Your Level". the marking may have their Frank at Telegraph Office. tf Mra Berlha Pen
of'' ear
an equitable system West Madison St.
June 24, hostesses I I.1
OF On water- rationing will be maintained In FOOD and HOME hogs treated with full price serum Foil WALK-4, 6 & 6 room white
will be '!In charge of a and virus. Appointments by farmers house, Including: plumbing and ,I WANTED TO KK.NT:: -for do
melon cutting on the side lawn. Starke during the ehortage, ac. NOTES electrical fixtures to be removed of war, house" on Klngilij
Concrete Blocks 8venttWW take the place of lording to Fred Guy, manager of for vaccinating their hogs Located at Shamrock Fla. Call with modern oonvenlentol
This vlll continue to be made through for Mr. Sim on the grounds and Box 723. |
the; usual punch and cookie hour he local bottling company Mary Leonard Em. As 't, Home and efforts will "be he will show you. Writ P. O.
-' be followed by singing The OP.A. announced today Demonstration Work this office Box 2066, .J a 0 kaonville. Phone A NEW HOME--t'or aged It
and will .. made to continue to give prompt 5-6092 6-15 tip wheel chair or l bed pitiii
and a vesper service to be led by that the allotment of sugar to service to a(!tod. Good food clean<,,
BUILDINGMATERIALS E. R. Carter of Camphanding. IndustrIal users would be cut .to Tomatoes and satisfactory every- FOR SALE-2, 4 & 6 room colored rates reasonable Home III!
Chaplain Bradford county homemakers me In this work. houses to be removed. Locatedat c. rooms, spacious groundi
50>c per cent of the sugar used In Many Shamrock.. Call for Mr. Slmron M K. Smith Waldo, Fit.I.I
;, I ,he Third Quarter of 1941 : with a desire to keep TobaccO-Every tobacco growers the grounds and hot will .ahoy
Ive July 1st. effec.1 their families well fed in spite required to file at this office you. Write P. O. Box 2066. Jack FOR SAL-E--Concrete mire
Paint Roofing I ABOUTROACHES vonvilla or phone 5-50J2., 6-16 tip gasoline nglnea D tKte.
*WaIlboards 110 YOU KNOW "I am informed that this sugar I. of the' food Shortages this yea, his report of acr cage, giving 2. Box 145. (
Hardware i ? will behaving delicious ti measurements of to b acco field.
shortage is world-wide and not.< YOUR FARM, ,CITY ANIBUSINt -For you
t, attributed matoes in thtir Victory garden, This 'should be done before the Products,'lee Mr, Jack lit
,' fight roache you try merely national and la directly I SS' PROPERTY ,, .
When you
vegetable de-< tobacco harvested. Those grow at-Edward's Service Sutlfj
This Is
to vet rid of ,them all not Just to the confusion in the easily grown
!' I' 1(111 the few that dust orthnt you can, walk hit production and distribution
I Into with.a spray powder or by accident. sugar occasioned by the war," flavor, nutritive value (rich I In should do so at once. Tobacco l FOR SALE-lI'r'ere! a t

t ANNISBUILDING aid Mr. Guy. vitamin C) and especially becau: marketing cards will,be issued STROUT sELtalttn:9TATlaAl 1'; nett Lawtey.WANTKl ;

; K-3-D I InI I it Is the most easily,canned of all 'through this office the same Greatest nilTrrttaer at country >.-A 6(10( arre trail
"Sugar Is absolutely necessaryle ,.'
ROAOII KILLER vegetables, requiring no pressure as In previous years. property tlmm made o.*i2.OOO Improyed land, nut nere b.
L manufacture'of Coca-Cola We a hard rond but nun
/ ..!". .( Homes-Varmn-
;IS ,DIFFERENT annot and will not use sweeteiig cooker. t' Pasture Grasses Several far- Arms**. Borera tram all over the drained State letter. price E and A.
like In first
f Roaches eat It because and dieSafe they substitutes and therefore willnot A water-bath canner for preserving mers in this I county obtained World. Free open llstlnoj. Realty Agency Starke, FU

: It.1 to! 'Th.y'dry ue. Non-poliojtous, up to map compromise with the Integrity' all quits and tomato enough of the Improved pasture E. A.STROUT REALTY AGENCY My complete

and., pet.... of Coca-Cola. Therefore w hen can: easily be made from a wash grasses last summer from the Experiment RepreHented Locally By FOR furnishings SALE Including t.t

SUPPLY 15c' and 25c pkgs. ugar is short, there must be a boiler, lard bucket, or any other Station at Gainesville to F. C. IIOLLINGSWOKTH Perfection and Kerosene leather dlnt'l I
I chrome
.t shortage In the amount of Cocitola vessel large enough to hold se'> set several acres. These grassesare 116 So. Walnut St. suit, InnemprlnK living .roo-

+ Depot & Pleasant Sts. Sistrunk Feed and but you can be certain thatthe eral! Jars and deep enough for a again available without coat floor model radio ere R. 1/!110
the and above those who will get them and 5:80 p.m.
quality of Coca-Cola will reo rack jars space to go office U Bungalow In rear Kellji
Phone 1325Gainesville" Seed Co. lain unchanged."My for the water to cover Jars completely set them. Two new varieties of MY at JUSTICE my home,OP 1 ml.PEACE east of Law-

Fla. STARKE FLORIDA : Company is committed I to and boll vigorously. giant bermuda and the Pangolaare tey.--o. W. Durham. Itp FOR SAL.B-LMrgn Thar"

; Mfc. br McPhell Product' play fair with our Government Directions for Canning available. These do not make LOOKING KOR. YOUNG U1KU carriage 801 S. Water St

I Url..... Fla. and obey its regulations in hotter Select firm, fresh red-ripe tc. seed therefore the plants must white to assist minding; boy For 4 FOR BALU-Modern 5..manlahed
for week-ends only. ,
r :: and spirit; to maintain the matoes from spoiled spots or dl<. be set Those who go for these rears Information write or call FHA cottage than all I'

quality of our drink and to maintain cay. One sour place can 8poll grasses should first make ar- and see me.-Mm. Decrlnsr Sklpps Madlnon old I-ot St.250x60 Le n ft. !Ore

an equitable distribution sys.tem the whole batch. rangements' with W.' E. Stokes Starke.Trailer Park. Rt. 2-, Box 492 lip Sturgill % Amer Red IordFrtdlanrgJune I

to serve all our customer Wash thoroughly., who Is In charge., Camp .Rlandlnhel".en/Thu"ili J-

equally and that we will do. Scald In boiling water in wir These are very valuable grasses MATTRESSES; furniture of all upholstered kinds renovated and- 22 or call'

"We still'have ''a' war to win basket or square of thin slot and we should have a large acreage reflnlshed Drop us a card 101 o.' 121.
about, 1-2 minute to cause skin I HASTINGS MATTRESS CO.. Ett* .. milk W"J
planted la the county. hope FOR HALE -One
and that comes first, but we will 230. Palatka. Fla. tl olla iron !
to slip readily. (Ovencaldlng will will In: one mule;
and cattlemen
EVERYBODY attempt still to get you all of OrIcaCola the farmers --0 V:, Durham, LawW
make the soft uneter-
tomatoes ;
of this
take advantage oppor-
Is possible andwhat
ENJOYS EATING scalding will cause waste of time will 30 ROOMS FOR SAI'E-Concrete block
we have will be avallabl tunity. I understand' that it ment vnou e, t "P"" .!t
AT + to all.: I only .ask that if you and fruit In removing skim be too late after the first of July. com U05 per montb Coo"
Handle only small lots at one time ALL FURNISHED cash Phone" 4.VOH .

The PARK CAFEDelicious dealer callable does on the not day have you Coca-Coll seek It, as the whole proce..must be carried WANTED:' SALJ3-i pre-war ha Carl..
through quickly. Avoid de AHEAD bicycle. See
a ik him another day because we< A harmonica for a sailor In BOOK A ROOM delivery '
I Iwill Hall.
lay.) Chill in cold water. at City
keep our distribution:: up on the South Pacific who has FOR YOUR WIFE
Drain cut out hard core wit!) leather bill J'clnltyrpf '
It a regular basis although the supply lost two on sinking ships. He OR PARENTS LOST-" .1ck Blnolalr O. .
t I i short-bladed sharp-pointed knife Is "lent" without one. \J WJMadleoVi
Meals will be curtailed. Gas Heat in Each RoomLARRY'S junction of Oalnenvlllj.., H
Regular or tomato corer. St. In tark
Magazine for the day room awed
Slip skIn off with left band keep money 110
Healthful Vegetable Plates at the Personnel Center at fold III'.,returned to Lt'ITJoa
Don't Hoard while coring with right. Remove Camp Blaodln PLACE Nault. Co. "0" I
1 Short Orders black spot at bottom. Pack at Blandtaiff.
; Your Gourd Please bring either to the KINGSLEY LAKE
once, as frutt is prepared fIrmly Office girl ors
USO sometime this weekendand WANTED
and solidly into hot Jar or tin 1000 Feet From B Gate typist I preferred. St r"
That's the plea this week thanks '
Cola Plant.
with back of wooden spoon 01
, ot Mrs. W. R.,.Morse. Junior .
land until enough Juice is releaaid
Red Cross chairman for Bradford -
to cover the solids and fill all'.
County who has received,

SALEVery a request from a Veterans' nto paces suitable between sixes pieces.helps Cutting fill

FOR Hospital in Georgia for three

r, dozen In handicraft dry gourds activities to be used by apldly.Add 2 Fill teaspoons to 1-4 inch of sugar-salt of top. J. P. Roberts Motors

f 'rV ,
nlxture (two parts sugar and 1
convalescent soldiers.,
part salt sifted together) for each
"Get busy. Juniors. Locate luart. .. 600 TEMPLE AVE. STARKE FLA.
V these gourds, Mrs. Morse I Seal Jar or tin. process In boll- i. -

urges, ''lng water-bath for 23:: minutes.
If you have dry gourds you
Green Tomato Relish
Attractive Home : would like to donate for this 6 COMPLETE LINE OF
;-. quarts (about 3d to 40 medium -
,.. purpose phone 35 or write to
) chopped green tomatoes
i Mrs. Morse and,she will pick 1-4 cup salt

them up. 1 1.2 quarts chopped onion

I Excellent Location 3 cups chopped green pepper rEstonITIRES :

pepper 1 1-2 cups chopped red sweet 'Fl

Price $6,000 Half Cash MAKE 3 cups sugar

I 1 1.2 quarts vinegar

ICE CREAM 2 tablespoons whole mixed

pickle spices. AND-
Al home-Any 1I.-OeUcl.-Sm..h Mix ,
.N. k. ay.gala-N..akin.-N. ighly.
whipping-Na wanned Aaxx.-( J .
l \ r.elp.. l Ut,,.. rain. Combine with chopped onIons. -
Pl.oi.Mnd Ihlt ad IM free"'".al..tarn.
Pie. ......or euy froM yew._. green and red peppers, sugar
W. T. CLUTE REALTOR and vinegar. Put spices loosely DODGE & PLYMOUTHSALES
LOnDOnUERRY In a thin white cloth; Ue top

rend Hatnemede Ice Crane tightly. and add to tomato mix-

119 EAST CALL STREET, STARKE ture. Bring mixture to boll; boll AND
STARIUZERel.le.r.aleewMa sntly with spices for 1 1.2 hours SERVICE

usraa.agcl 1,411. or until thickened stirring frequently -

Remove spice bag. Pour

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