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: July 20, 1945
Frequency: weekly
regular
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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 )
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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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greatest topic today of o and werSa-In one fersx who a thousand can give dollars him one to more any Official County Publication Established In 1&77YOLUMH I '

the lvSSn in particular, point;" he has 84! He missed the I SIXT..SEVE."Ii

"ie"nfamous" point system. '85th point by one day of serviceSO ST.UtKE, I7.ORIU.tFit1U.11', JULY ZOo Ju.ai ll'IIJElt: TIJII&TV-N IN t; I

reached an all-time near and yet so far. Only

mong haa adjusted our GIs service with rating leas Troops one other was so G.I.unfortunate.in all Special All L. F. Jenkins GI Discussion Of Cold ReceptionFor

I The f "over the pair can do is keep cross-
rinninglike the fingered and prayerful that the

ys are and laud the War final critical score will be at Posts Bond
r cat least one point lower that the
for Vets
ant Returning Gets Action
present interim
score of 85.:
fctlcal plan
Like most
scharglngthat'S National Guard On 2 Charges _
Snatclieet In the DIvlo; Division' ,
( I have 78 points: 54 month's service I Red Cross Workers of Five Counties' l
amounts

;'caUse,ar I How-theOIntees campaigns, 14 months, IM kitllf overseas l 'T ''111 two be beer If you've on Call noted Street a shortage In the past on Joe Peele Sells Eight InjuredIn Meet At Blanding Today I ITo

l Just our luck If the flniil critical few days, there's a good reasoL. Map Plans i r rThere's
I the In set at 79l! Vnderstaml F. Jenkins ij
ber posted $300 bond Lawtey HoldingsOne Auto Smash '
now that \\e fellows left Inside
interS a3 the_ Army looking out by the on each of two charges brought nothing like a little publicity to stir folks 'I I
3 to 1, the against him this week. to action.The .

of there point. Like system all are good not soldiers complaininn He was arrested in Lake City of the largest real estate Eight persons were hospitalized other day in Jacksonville a GI just back from '
we ,
quite ci Thursday of last week, charged transactions early Monday morning when e a t
LIKE the Army, and we will with to take place recentlyIn overseas had a heart to heart talk with the Jacksonville
J out byakera hauling beer without havinga Terminal Van Lines van driven 1
not "over the hill" Bradford County was recorded Journal concerning the fact that arriving at Camp
.'.. go -there permit from the Florida Railroad by Norris Brown, colored, of St. men ,
lilt thlt'tyduddles a are Japs there! Commission. In the ccurthouse this week" when Petersburg and a car occupied by illanding from the KTO get mighty cold reception-or

< within our Spec- To simplify vehicle identification Friday representatives of the Joe Peele Lawtey merchant, sold six Camp Blending soldiers sideswiped what is worse: no reception at all .

HIlI"; of about a thousand the last name of each vehicle's Sheriff's office searched his place his rntira property holdings I to each other on State Rd. So this morning (Friday) at !9:30) :: o'clock representatives -

rded Leyte-bound C-47 driver is painted on the Just south of Starke and found Buck Jones of Fort Pierce, 13, Just south of the Bradford- from lied Cross Chapters in Bradford Alachua, Put '
hoc earn here yesterday lower left of the windshield. The approximately six cases of stamped Alachua county line In Alachua nam. St. Johns and Clay Counties will meet at Rod Cross

h a ship routed for God's Special Troops chaplain Is peeped whiskey and some unstamped The Peele property Includes a County.The Headquarters Camp handing to see what can be done
about by Cpl. Francis Grabell 40-acre farm with house and
Both in Bradford
liquor. are illegal driver of the van was ac about the situation.Mrs. .
rr.ge' Riley (who earned his (Brooklyn), so our sign painting County. buildings a grocery store and companied by an Inspector of the Edward Burns, executive director of the Brad .: I ,

me by offering unsolicited corporal Jimmy Vernon (Mobile), restaurant with living quarters Line, George Moreau. also of St. ford County Red Cross Chapter stated yesterday that she
s on every subject that appropriately misspelled GrabeU'sname New USO Committee above In Lawtey and the deal Petersburg. They were treated '
to lead Gabriel. and a large group of. volunteer workers will attend the
thystem also
thusly anent Included fixtures and stockof
gripes at the Station Hospital Camp
Pre James meeting this morning. So far no one knows just what
: Gipple (St. Paul!), Planned At Meeting goods. Ulandlng and later released. Two
who toots In plans will be worked out but it will probably require the
whom trumpet the Dixie
kids kept the men
ee Attended By Officials Mr. Jones was born and reared of the soldiers all IRTC men,
out of the Army fcthree Division Band, has acquired two In Sampson City but\ has been i ibusineesin in are in a serious! condition. services of u large group of volunteers, so Mrs. Burns will

years, and now the gorgeous and gaudy scarlet and Plans for a streamlined operating Fort Pierce for several The accident wall Investigated probably issue! a call within the next few days. "We can't

hree kids are going to get green parrots, and the entire committee to work with the years. by members of the State High afford to let these men think we do not welcome them back

t again about three years band has contributed earnestly to recently consolidated USO Club i In way Patrol and no charge have home and do not appreciate all they have done" Mrs. Burns

or the rest of us childless their education and edification, Starke we formulated at a District Scout Meet been made.Methodists. stated.

Twelve points is a heck of patiently developing in the birdsa meeting held last Friday nIght at This in part, is what the sergeant' told the Journalthe
ot for something they fluent command of English. If At State Farm
pay the home of Mrs. Barbara Clute Plan other day:
did In the line of duty!" GIpple expects to take the par on' Kingsley Lake. Set For TonightBoy A lot of Florida boys are returning to Camp handing -
home with him will In-
Sam Black (Gun- rots It Youth Week
d t! Pfc Present for the session were
now and the way they're getting treated by you FlorIda -
"Guess deed be fortunate that the U. S.
Ill'', Ala.) growls: usa(
Gilbert McLemore regional Scout Activities In the
unIt! lime been out raising Customs Is not a branch of the Blanche Best, Emphasis on young people Is people is: pretty disgraceful.
Miss
supervisor; New River Scout which
.n Instead of out raising Hayes Office. What a vocab- USO-YWCA District planned! by the Starke Methodist 1'Voin the limo Hume |M>),. get off the transport In New
supervisor;
regional Bradford have
ulary! includes County, Church next week when the Rev York or Ilimton or wherever |1..111.| ) urn cheering tliriu and phty-
:Miss Helen She l ley. assistant been toward higher
developing a Mac GlbbH, Emory University log music for HIIIIII and giving Iheni hot Coffee. and doughnut
ing our sadder sacks today; The outfit is full of pet monkeys regional USO-YWCA supervisor; peak In membership and advancement
ministerial student will conducta and Ire iiiul and I \ and all surfs of ntnff.
cigarette'
cream Iitar"
and FHIp-
William White (Bucatunna parrots dogs Major E. E. Hale, post Special during the first six monthsof
ever hear of it?) who of- plno boys.Capt. "' Service 'Officer, Camp Blanding; 1945.: The work of Scouting aeries of youth-slanted meetingseach At the pier and on t the way tit I the overnight camp up there and

Lt. Col. E. R. Carter, Post Chap In this area Is headed by M. G. evening" at 8 o'clock. nt every little way station all the way down to Florida, there

lain; and Lt. Max R. Krels, Boswell Boy Scout Executive, Mr. Olbba will arrive here Sat are flag' flying. and bands. playing/ and people yelling' and holding
'. Hutto Wears R. G. Kidd assistant Special Service Officer Exchange Building, Jacksonville. urday afternoon and will meet at out the glad Imml. That'M tile way U ought to be don't you

jr Star For Back Home After IRTC. j Working with Mr. Uo well In the the church at 8 p.of m.committee with the think ?"

Representing the Starke USO i Field Is Art Rowand, Field Executive fallowing members a "\\>I|, by HIM time thorn Florida boys get to their homo
Campaigns In ETO"It's selected to asulst him next week:
:uing Buddy were Mrs. Walter Bateman, director for the Scout Districts of state the cheering and the ImnilouU are all over. It'.* quite a
Struth Mrs. J. R.
Mrs. E. R.
and Miss Bess Spanner, New River and Suwannee. let-down. Make the boys think everybody glad to nee thnni ,
to be back!
P Hutto, son of Mr. and great Wainwright, Mrs. J. W. }{Incald,
S. Hutto is spending a 30- Those five words, perhaps, are staff assistant. Members of the Under the leadership of Chair Mrs. Shellle Hall and Mrs.'G. S. except tam home folk. "
leave here following 16 getting to be a stock answer with new streamlined committee pres man M. B. Herlong and Scout Newcomb. "Mont of llumo boy. get In hero late Bt night or In the
service but after ent were: Mrs. Barbara Clute, masters Marvin Ware and Grover Their train. imlh-lieil around
s of European service. He returning men The following young people have small hour of the morning. are '
-cn In service more than all what more can a fellow say? Miss Madge Mlddleton Mrs. Ed Alison a large number of Starke also been asked to serve on a a while at the Jacksonville terminal with maybe" an hour' wait,

ears and trained at Camp They were voiced anew by Capt. ward Burns, Mrs. T. F. Grady E. K., boys are now active In the training committee to assist Mr Gibbs: and.. then they KO out to Stance and wait around there for a < :
and Ft.. Ga. Richard G. Kidd.. Jr., this week Mrs. Carl Carter, Mrs. camping, and advancement and there's ,
g Beruilng, Lyle Anderson, Frances Colley while And then they get shunted Intu CimipHU mllnji
overseas':.he, served vdfhmy ,I.as.Jhe. greeted' old Urlends up and Perryman, :Miss: GargltatHuttcthe Amiro and E. program of Scoutlpg., Garnlta Hutto, Wanda Pearce and another*"" ait li.oN:: I'm.. mamler'Mrreant In;'the jocjpMoa/ eta-, y ; e
Rev. Raymcild
F, 13th Inf., 8th Div I 'doWn "Caff Street L. Matthews.Mrs. The regular monthly meeting Virginia Sewell. lion out lln>re.tlmfit how I happen lo know thmit' ..It. Tty the .IJ J
he left the states his out- ; after months of of the New River Rlatrlct Committee Mr Gibbs conies to Starke from cantonment It ha two I
chair tlmo they gp| ready to go to the areas may
named
:Jed in Northern Ireland and i combat duty Burns was Boy Scouts of America, Gainesville where he,has just con eatenMum I
committee or three" oVtork In the morning, and those tsys haven't
ed there for three months. with the 87th I man of a nominating will be held at State Farm Community ducted a one-week training school
Golden Acorn) which will report at a meeting to they were given their supper at ft o'fluek the previous :
went ashore with the thirdof ( I House, Ralford. Friday, for young people In the district.
troops on D Day In Division 1 In be held Thursday night, July 26, July 20, at 8 P. M. Chairman The Rev. W. J. Churchwell, pas evening; p.
e and served across France France, Belgium at 8 p. m. In the USO Club A Herlcng will preside. Preceding( tor of the church Is: calling upon "Hut tlutt'M not the rmtlii thing. The mi ln thing IN the

ermany. The 8th D v. was Luxumbourg and slate of officers for the new committee the business meeting Advancement the entire membership to cuoper- morale' side of It. Hern then boy have hem petting' a warm

Normandy breakthrough. Germany, will be elected at that' Chairman W. N. North will conduct ate la making Youth Week one reception all the way down along the pa-tern seaboard, and l then

pture of Brest! and the bit. Wearing the time. a Court of Honor, for presenting of the outstanding events In the when they get I" their. own Florida there just lun't any reception .

ght In the Hurtgen forest. Bronze Star with Preceding the business meeting award to all Scouts for church year. -by cUllluim, I mean

s of the 8th were the firsts Oak Leaf Clus- a delightful supper was served advancement In rank and for Mr. GIbbs will preach at both "Of courMe," he Mtlil, "1 can nee how It would be hard to

the Roer River launching ter, awarded for buffet style and enjoyed on the recognition of Merit Badge cer morning and evening services Sun. get volunteer. to stay at the .lacknonvllln station of the Htarkentallon

lye that reached the Rhine. heroic action In spacious porch of Mrs. Clute'slovely tificates. day or out at the camp until all hour of the morning./ 'Not g

ivtsion cut the Ruhr pocket Germany Capt. lake home. an easy Job, for anybody Hut, tough a* It I'*, I don't sea anything -
nil! finished it's ETO flght- Kidd arrived at I DurJ! g the Informal discussionthat Rites TuesdayFor Child Care ProgramIs that will help except: a volunteer corp to May at the

th crossing the Elbe and link Camp Bland'ngearly : followed, Mr. McLemore discussed C. R. DinkinsCharles BroadenedNew Jacki>iivUle and Htitrlie stations, and muylw at Illaiiillng, from
the Russians. Pfc. Hut- the changing tenor of the
Sundaymorning :: about 6 In the evening '(Ii fJ In the morning. In the early evenIng -
sslans trol was the first to meet after a trans-Atlantic usa[ set-up, with particular em- Robert Dinkins 40, son regulations for the Emergency !: you could have a big crowd l, to cheer or niaylxt have Homn
across the Elbe aboard the West Point one phasis on the program for returning Annie E. and the late
trip Col. Carter and of Mrs. Maternal and Infancy Care sort of made or entertainment Then later In the night/ yiyl could
of the largest troop transports veterans. Charles Dinkins of .Lawtey, died announced this
were and coffee or
Hutto attended Bradford afloat. He also wears the Combat Major Hale praised the USO program Saturday, July 14, In a Charleston,, week program by the State Board of Health keep a skeleton crew just to liaiid out duujhnutts

School and graduated with Infantryman Badge, the Pre. highly and stated that It S. C. Hospital. Funeral Services and affect some mothers In thing like that.
89S of 1939. He wears the Pearl Harbor Ribbon and the had been of invaluable aid to the were under the direction of DeWitt may "It wouldn't be any cinch," he concluded, "but' the way I see

earl|. Harbor ribbon Com ETO Ribbed with three campaign Army, especially in small towns C. Jones and were held Tuesday at this This area.program has been broad It, It would lie mighty lltlln alongside what th M>e boy have done

tfaritryman Badge, Purpleand stars. where recreational facilities are the family residence In Lawtey ened to Include wives whose bus I And the way It I I" now It'* bad-very bud." If

the Good Conduct Rib- Capt. Kidd :.as a long recordof limited.At with the Rev L. D. Haines of. bands have already been honor''
He also has a Silver Stare the conclusion of the meet and Rev. C C. Hickman
de
military service, having beena Starke ably discharged, promoted or
New' Development

.p. Guard for several years before the unpleasant task to would announce be was In Mann Town Cemetery, ; were pregnant during the period To Hold RevivalA Started At Graham

W his Purple Heart was outbreak of war. He went on that Mrs. Bateman Glen St. Mary. when their husbands were In one
ed, Pfc. Hutto with 11 other active duty when the National transferred the latter part of Mr. Dinkins was born Dec. 20, of the four lowest pay grades of revival meeting starting Sunday Mr. and Mr. S. Campanella J t I

were assigned to take a Guard was mobilized in 1940 being July to the USO In Oklahoma City 1904 In Hampton and for the past the services or serving as aviation July 22, will be held at the of New York City have purchaseda

> pillbox. He and one otherere at that time a lieutenant with where she will be an assistant 20 years had served as station cadets. They may also apply for Hampton Baptist Church, conducted 220 acre tract of land In Bradford I

to plant 100 pounds of Headquarters Co., 2nd Bn., 124th director in charge of Starke program.,will agent for the Railway Express EMIC aid if the husbands are by the Rev. L. I). Halnen,, County located at ,Graham, I
for
lie behind the pillbox while Infantry the Starke unit. When The new director Agency and R. C. Motor Lines. prisoners of war, missing in action of the Lucem
ers covered them from the the 124th was sent from Camp probably arrive next week. He was serving as R. C. Motor or dead. pastor of the Starke Baptist for the development t

They crawled 35 yardswn Blanding to Fort Bennlng Ga., to All persons expressed regret Lines Agent In Myers S. C., at In the past, the application for church.A College of Sciences. The place la l

on the ground to plant"namlte serve an demonstration troops in at Mrs. Bateman's leaving and the time of his, death. He was a care of the prospective mother talented musician Miss Arlene now under construction.Mr. .

and Just before they the Infantry school, Capt. Kidd spoke.nighly,ot the capable work member of the Methodist Church and child had to be made while powers of Orlando, will direct Campanella's plans Include
e their carried on while she was associated Masonic Lodge. In one of the choir. Miss\ powers
position, a mortar went with the outfit and remainedat and the the serviceman was a chorus
wiped out the men support- Bccnlng:. until being assignedto with the USO In Starke. Surviving are his wife, Catherine eligible grades. Now, all that Is plays several musical instruments :

'em In front. But their mls- the 87th Division. ; mother Mrs. Annie E. Dlnk- required to establish eligibility Is Including piano, saxophone and P

Was completed and when The 87th launched Its first at- I City Books Open !ns. Lawtey; two brothers PaulL. proof the wfe was pregnant while violin.A .

returned to camp alone, he tack In France on Dec. 10, 1944; 1st Dinkins Lawtey and L. F. he was in one of those groups. cordial Invitation to attend
Piece of shrapnel In his took part In the Belgium Ardennes -I Until August' 'Dinkins, Starke; and three sis Under the EMIC program com these meeting Is extended to the (

and received the Purple campaign and moved on to Clerk Carl Johns announced : ters. Mrs. Lee Cotton Jackson plete maternity care Including public by the pastor, Wilbur A. ;
award for being wounded Luxembourg. On Jan 27 the di. I City that books will be open I ville. Mrs. E. L. Galloway, Little medical and hospital service Is Scott.

Ion. :! vision moved back into Belgium to I this week office for the registration Rock Ark., and Mrs. E. ft.fatcher provided for wives of servicemenIn

Silver star was awarded have the privilege of fUally: chas- of at electors his until Saturday August Tampa. the eligible grades available and medicaland for New Lovett Manager
Is
back hospital care
UmST a comrade from the ing Von Rundstedt's armies 11. In order to be eligible to Pallbearers were Hubbard Harley the child'sfirst
r machinegun fire directly in to Germany over the original register and vote a person must J. B. Rowe, Fonso Grlffls, I their Infants through Is provided with Manager of the local Wlnn-
of where route taken In creating the Belgium of Floridafor Everette Loadholtz year. Care Is mil
they were en- have been a resident Ed: Durban. to race or place of Lovett Grocery Company
ed. The boy he saved Is Bulge. During February the the past 12 months and of the and Brownie Bennett. out regard financial status. Christian of Orlando. He has
In the states now and O. P. ,87th kept up a steady fight in city for the past six months. residence or been serving as relief managerfor

't think he was foolish towe the Siegfried Line. In March the The city election will be held School NoticeAt I the company for some time

rescue attempt as his. men crossed the Moselle River September 13, for the purpose of : Fire Truck CalledThe and this In his first full time selves.'i 1

es warned him at the time. and captured'Koblenz. From thai electing a mayor, two councilmen, a special meeting Saturday, made a store. Ha Is taking the place of
Hutto has many souvenirs until V-E Day the 87th advanced city clerk and a chief of police. July 14, the Board of Public Instruction local fire department home of Walter W. J. Overstreet 0 f Macclenny
the
central short run to
service through France and more than 23o"miles through Candidates for these positions decided that any child St. Thursday who died several weeks) ago.
of Church
any Germany to the border 21. his her own Sllcox on
and by August who went from or
one of the most In- Its 154 must qualify afternoon of last week when the
Ing Is an oddly formed Czechoslovakia. During district( to a school In another shorted out. The New Photo StudioMrs.
ring made In the shape ofwith days of combat the division cap- Graham RevivalRev. district would be required to get lighting system was to the wiring.
German only damage
Ice than 31,000 of the Trustees
a single diamond tured more the written consent Pamela Starvlrd. formerly' j
e snake's eye. His mother prisoners and after V-E Day accepted W. C. Burton\, pastor of In his or her district before of Jacksonville opened a photo
It cow. the surrender of an additional the Graham Christian Church being allowed to enter school In Recent MarriagesCatherine studio on Call St. this week T-Cpl. I

c. Hutto reports to Camp 35,000.: started a revival meeting Monday another district. The Board also and W II. Starvlrd is stationed at I I
l 30-day C. Hicks, Starke
lJIe at the expiration of his Capt. Kidd will spend a which will continue throughout does cot agree to furnish trans- Blending Camp Blanding and they are planning ,
furlough In Starke with his wife night this week. He Is being portation. This ruling, of course, Joseph P. Szylkonts Camp to make this their home. The

Mrs. Eunice Canova Kidd. and the Rev. Fred Dodd does not apply to high school < on July 7. business Is located In the build.
Cadet Bits Conlon left Wed- two sons before reporting to Fort assisted Midlakes.by Everyone .U welcome pupils. This announcement ismade Frances A. Thomas Starke andWilliam Ing formerly occupied by a military (
of Blandingon
Y h
will Camp
i.liter Spending two weeks Banning where the division to services at 8:30: each by the Bradford County Creech, supply store.
Parents, Dr and Mrs. reassemble before going on to Board of Public Instruction. July 10.
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1, { r week with his parents, Mr. and I Burton la assisted by Rev. Fred day for a two- eek

. . W. H. Griffin Dodd of Mldlakes. to the mountains VtcaUIIIi''
THE BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH r : .... Mrs.Mrs. Freda Clark of Gainesville Mrs. carlton Davis returned Saturday South Carolina. m 'N'tl',

rt..;;) () '1fi1G. 0. :" Is the guest of her parents Mr. ( from( a month with Bkr. 3-c Mr. and Mra ':
Conn.
London, Sgt.
ExUbUnhed. 1871 1 and Mrs.! Henry Burton. Davis In New Leslie Reynolds '

ti E. L. Matthew ,_._________ Editor and Owner l t\; { S? f j Mrs, Joyce J. ,E.are Coleman guests and of Mr.daughter and- that Friends C. B. Roberts will be Is sorry still critically to learn spent children Wednesday of M r and M-a and tEto

<.:5 Mrs. M. L. Watterson. Mrs. Cole 111 In the State Farm Hospital, Mr. Roy Reynolds with lIr''
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It PublUhml Weekly on Friday and Entered rs Second ClaM Matterat i : ]);sAND man Is now living' in Winter i Raiford Miss Florence Craves
the Pout Office at Starke Florida Il Haven. Mr. and Mrs. LeRoy Wasdln of Lake Wales ar ane I''"'
>!>''<'* "V ,cXV i>/ . '3T$&."., ,) ':$. Shopping in Gainesville Mondaywere and family recently spent a day and Mrs Austin VII1In! ,
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'. by J. LHARRELL= Mr. and Mrs Kad Watterson at Daytona Beach I I
'' A Few Thoughts O NOTHING COULD have Mrs. W. P. Blrt, Mrs. Flor- Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Waadln
1 On Courtesy {Week been more surprising' tow TilE LAWTEY NEWSI rle Belle Brown, Mrs._ J. J. Pick- and Miss Jeanette Reynolds of
the Telegraph than that had.lghbnr once that, thousand and one times In just ren, Mrs. George :Saxon, Mrs, Jacksonville spent the week-end week..i i
1 And "Unwelcome Guests" anyone should take of- know Weathersby Mrs. J. VV. .
.1 try an I might I Junt couldn't a Out a second. I don't Minnie with Mr. and Mrs. Math Waadln.Mrs.
fense at the article pub- and' children and Verda '
follow the Good Book's direction about the medicinal qualities of Home Selma Fierstone of Starke I
lished last week under the heading "Unwelcome and love alt I love myxelf.However Its sting, but I do know that it'sa Wall.Mr. spent Sunday night with her parents
Guests". Surely no careful reader could take this item I'm sure I loved her panacea for all ill wind, cares and Mrs. L J. Kite of Mr and Mr. George Rivers. ;
as a personal matter unless he or she chose to place I Just a* much an the loved melt and worries that beset the human Starke were Friday guests ofMr. Mrs. Rivers was shopping In ANVF\c'nl1t11S OF I
i himself or herself' in the small but unpleasant category you get what I mean. She mind. It has old John Barleycorn and !Mrs. C. L. May.Lt. . Starke Monday Concrete
b, to which we were alluding. Even these could not have vlnlted my wife frequently and outclassed too far to even talk Ed Silvernail has returned Mr. and Mrs. Math Wasdln Bloclu:
she did I had about. It's lightnIng-like in Its service and Is spent Tuesday shopping ta Gaines-
been offended as deeply as they proclaimed, for persons' just ax often a* from overseas .
having so little consideration of the feelings of others good cause to hate her a little effect and doesn't leave you witha spending his 30 day furlough with ville.Mrs. -
c headache the next morning. If Lake. C. J. Frazier Is returning
more nee would Ret Into her his wife at Hampton
must needs' be cross enough to absorb, without whimpering BUILDING
bonnet and tthe'd make a mare's It doesn't- make you love your The Rev Fred Dodd and son, I Friday from a summer school
1 a few unkind remarks about themselves. of neighbor as yourself, it will at session In Gainesville and with
n fleet! out of whlnp hay. Johnnie, of Mldlakes\ were Sunday MATERIALSPaints
s As far as we are concerned, we were simply reporting During the lull after the storm least make you forget how much guests of Mr. and Mrs. Gordon !Mr. Frazier aud their sons, Char

that there is a type of person-which no one caused by World War I, old man you hate her. Wadsworth. ley and Bobby, will leave Satur- .T + Roofinr

I can truthfully deny- who makes himself and herself hard times caught me between If you don't believe Itgosit Richard :May\. and Bruce Max I' Hardware WaJlboi;
the devil and the deep blue sea.I on a bumble feelHampton! '
Vii 't'a l bore and a bane to the existence of everyone within bit of I well left Tuesday for a visit with -
propertyand
owned a
quite
. . . . . . lelatlvcs In Jacksonville.Mrs. COLD
,. a radius: of thirty feet by constantly and unrelentingly had it soaked for about half I Reggie Hunter left this WAVE

i a compU.ining about conditions that exist, and over which of Its cash. net value. As long as week for her home In Thaxtpn, ANNIS

'I no ono has control in towns the size of Starke. We I kept the interest paid my creditors Mtas., after spending several PRICES. j QFa

} !i-a+. merely mentioned the fact that there IS such a type I had were to scratch satisfied up but$100 to do every so By Mrs M. C. Sweeney months here. ;/It6?,,.; BUILDINSUPPLY
I Y
and reported what one spunky hotel owner is doing to 30 days In addition to the pocket . . . . . . .. . . . . . . llaMlt-sUPAEME J
If not that change that I had to fork over W. M. S. MEETS
' put the genus in its place. you are type
the kitchen pots boilingand Women's GrahamBy COLD WAVE
to keep The Hampton Baptist
of person, then you could not possibly be offended at the home fires burning.; I met at the
'" f the article. Clear enough? If you are that type and worked all day long and worried Missionary: Society Mrs. Edward Norman Fach of kit contain S full .4' ___ A
ounce Salon-typa solution.
9 home of !Mrs. Florrie Belle Brownfor -
better still all night long trying to changethe . 60 Curler, 60 tad cjuu... ffi' t Depot & Pleasant S
the shoe fits-then wear it, say we. Or the regular monthly meeting . . . . . cotton applicator oeutralim mill w"
: ill winds to sweet summer -
t attitude and better fitting shoe. 12. Six membersand of sod complcu iattructioa to Phone 1325Gainesville
tl'' change your get a breezes, but it looked like things Thursday July Mr. and Mrs. Abner Padgett
i' ; ; We mentioned Brooklyn, the Bronx and Yonkers were gong! to develop into a a visitor were present to Hague spent Sunday with Mrs.Padgett's .
' Im study the Royal Service Programon Mr. ,and Mrs. Fia.I .
in connection with this type of person to infer that he regular Miami hurricane before parents KOCH DRUG STORE
or she usually comes from one of the larger northern the summer was over. Every "Christian "Citizenship Today John Surrency, and sister, Mrs.
centers of population-which is true. Having been time I tried to make a two dollar and Tomorrow, Mrs. Brown read James H. Imler.
, bill of cent piece I'd the Bible Study from Romans, Leon Dryden, USA, of California -
used to-the advantages (and disadvantages) of life in out a fifty
y
? after which a very useful pro Sunday with his brother-
loser Instead spent
i find myself fifty cents NEWLY
REDECORATED
4. the crowded metropolis, these people often come South of two dollars winner. gram on the necessity of high in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs.
_ wr; 1''. ? apparently expecting ,to find in towns the size of Along about the first of August moral standards for strong Chris Harvey Starling and family.
s% Starke, service and accommodations that would flatter that year the devil got no tlan Citizenship was heard. !\Ir, and Mrs. Bill Hines and "
tt .' New York City. This was certainly intended as clone that I could smell the I At the end of the meeting the children of Orlando spent the ,"ILLIf3 'S GRIll
no wholesale indictment of the people) of the metropolitan sulphur on his. breath and the hostess assisted by her mother, week-end with Mr. Hines' brother-
I ; r areas. There are good and bad there, just as there tides, from the deep blue sea Mrs. W. P. Birt, served a refresh- in-law and sister Mr. and Mrs.
l are in Starke and every other community under the had me In deep water up to my Ing punch course. Perry Starling. ENJOY YOUR
""txg5ti't t sun. chin. I couldn't tNM'k up nor go !Mrs. Nellie Cannon and. son g4R6Th!
BAPTIST RE'IV.1LRevival
4 AND
forward. I couldn't sell my Sgt. Austin Cannon of O'Brien .
Neither did our article of last week infer in anyway services will start at '
cross tie, fuel wood or naval spent several days last'week with .,. .. ,Ii
; iJ that all is sweetness and light from the other Htores. The spring drought had the Hampton: Baptist Church on Mrs. Cannon's brother, Bill _'IT .:':, ..-

5,,' k, angle-the treatment of outsiders by some unscrupulous ruined my corn crop; the m....- I Sunday, July 22. assisted The Rev L.the D. Thomas. Sgt. .Cannon %was recently ,
Halncs of Starke, by
Mummer rains, assisted by the : released from a German
y natives and comparative newcomers who are often dlJpI1 '
I pastor Rev. W A. Scott, will have
and the boll weevil hud prison camp.
jl classed as natives in the minds of visitors just art grata put the KO on my cotton crop; charge of the week's! services. Lonnie Melton and family of ) In The Cleanest

rived. We know of several instances in which the' our mulch cows were all dry: Special musical numbers will also Waldo attended Sunday morning Spot in Town
j*. treatment of our war-time guests has left much to be I Worms were In t the bee hives and be a feature. A most cordial church services here.
all at
welcome Is extended to to
i? cholera In the lmg; one of the Rev. M. T. Knight of Maxvllle
'desired, both from a standpoint of courtesy and hon- babies was cutting teeth and tend. conducted services Sunday morn- CALL STREET AT THE RAILROAD

''r esty. These instances, fortunately, have been few- my wife was In bed with ma- Sgt. and: Mrs. Ernest Meyer, Ing and evening at the Baptist'

t ;' I just as we stated that those who make themselves liiriu I..ver.Needless who have been located at the Church. He was accompanied by I

"unwelcome feuests" are in the minority, praise Allah. to say I was an blueas home of Mr. and Mrs. Purvis Mrs. Knight and their childrenand
Indigo, had a bad case of Hazen for the they were dinner guests 'of
past year, recently
y9t ; There is much need for improvement on both sides down-ln-the-mouth feeling and my I returned te() their home in Brook Mr. and Mrs. Perry Starling. ICE; COLD WATERMELONS\
t A of the fence and that is the much stress is church
4f. 5 reason so snake bite remedy was all gone. lyn N, Y. Sgt.. Meyer has re- During the morning ser
y; being, placed'right now on "Courtesy Week"'currently I staggered in late one afternoon ceived his discharge from the vice, the delegates 'to the 6th Sun
v a? being observed throughout Florida The .,epple of so tired I could hardly put one Army. 1 day Union Meeting at Gadara Cantaloupes
'. i Starke have .an exceptional opportunity for' buildfpg up foot ahead of the other, and to Mr. and Mrs.\ Gilbert Lamor- Church were selected. Mrs. Frank
F' ?r good will and inducing some of the thousands of servicemen cap the climax my "beloved" eaux have had as recent guests, Thomas, John Surrency and Berry
; I now in our midst to settle down in this part of neighbor! had been to visit my Mr Lamoreaux' sisters! "" Miss Bessie Dyal were chosen to representthe
and, to make her sales church.
Florida after the war. sick wife Lamorenux and Mrs. Margaret
and stick like Revival services began at the
talk over big a
Many of theso men are now returning to the States sandspur go In a chicken's craw, Lorenzo of Tampa.Mr. Christian Church Monday night Peaches
I after a long' absence overseas. Often there are children had brought along a great big and Mrs. Hershel Parker I under the direction of the pastor
some born after their fathers left for foreign duty, bouquet of gardm flowers which and children of Coleman, Ala., r Rev. W. C. Burton and will continue -
and the stay at Camp Blanding is the first opportunity she'd left in a rocking chair on arrived last week for a brief stay. through this week. Rev.

''rya many of them have had to become acquainted with their the front porch.I Miss Harvene Watterson wasa I Complete Line of Fresh ,
youngest. We have'' a critical housing shortage, but managed to get up the steps!! recent guest of Miss Marlon MALARIAChecked Fruits & VegetablesDICANDIO'S f'
anyone can easily understand why these men make and, just for pure spite| >, oat Brown In Starke. !

i i every effort to secure a home-like place for their families down. on that big bouquet ofpOIII. Mrs. Lettie Parker of Starke In 7 Days With
; 1 # where' they may be with them when off duty .,.. Then a split second spent Sunday with !Mr and Mrs Ann LIQUID for CURB MARKETCall
later I'd forgoten all my troubles G. P, Wadsworth.
c"a We hope that from now on, especially, no one will MALARIALSYMPTOMS
t and worries, an well as my hate Mr and Mrs. Griffin of
Percy
fail to show when the door bell at Street
l every courtesy rings for my neighbor, and wan dancing Jacksonville this Cherry
and an officer or an enlisted man is found waiting to .a Jig calling dance figures, are n m spending___ Take only aa direct
eM see if there is a place to rent. Remember when talkingto double-swing change your part-
+ him that your treatment may be the deciding factor ners and promenade. My wife
in.whether or not he becomes a future citizen of this heard all the commotion and, ..
d cI community. poor thing, thought I was dancing

Although Courtesy Week has ,been officially proclaimed good for Joy fortune.over some What unexpected a disappointment -- f One big reason for the: Coke. shortage

1, for only a seven-day period, there is no reason It was for her whenI

f' ; SS why it should not continue for 365 days out of every yelped, "Keep quiet! I got a
1, 9 T S bumble bee in britches!"
year. my When the world Is turned upside down by
Now a honey bee and a bumblebee "
vtv t aren't the same thing at all S war-it's hard to put, your, finger on the

when It comes to.stinging. The for lot of The Coca-Cola
: reason a things.
,
Can Use More honey bee stings Just one time
s r > PulpwoodWHITE and its stinging days are over shortage, for Instance.
j/I but a bumble bee can sting as
TIMBER DE1T. many times as there are days 1 b: The answer is that there's'a world-wide

etpyili Container Corp'n. of America, Fernandina, Fla. the: year and when he'a pushedor sugar shortage caused by the disorder and
f sat upon, he can, sting you a
V i / f confusion of war. And of course the less
hill
? l 1 \ sugar we get, the less Coke we get. But

a there's one fact you can count on-the
YOUNG WOMENAges
BRADFORD The
quality of Coca-Cola never changes.
;r
+ Coca-Cola you get is the real thing-the

ENGINEERING CO. 16 to 25 known quality is the same today as you have always


To be Trained as Telephone
r So next time your dealer says "Sorry, no
J. MAURICE EDWARDS Mgr. OperatorsA
it
}t t Coke today"-don't forget he can't help

t"t Ydli :-"'rIb.. PHONE 94 5% any more than you can.Just try to make the
Career With
c. A II IIp ', best of it-same as he does-and please

t Peace Time FuturePay N remember to ask for Coke again tomorrow

when you shop
fall We Can Furnish You 'With' All Sizes
while learning. In- s4y
Concrete Building Blocks' Gravel Sand teresting. Essential work. 5/

4u, Mortar Mix and Cement Vacations with pay. No I # r

; ; ALSO experience nece s s a r y. /
Applications taken Mon- r l '

READY MIXED CONCRETE day thru Friday 9.12 Saw.rc'owvy
.e -
.
and 25. 110 Madison 1
r, DELIVERED TO YOUR JOB
St., Starke, Florida. Mrs.E. .

Cameron, Chief Op- _,,,
U'' .,, WE CAN INSTALL ALL TYPES erator. ,

HARD TILE AND ASPHALT TILE.

Let Us Give You An Estimate SOUTHERN BELLTELEPHONE i -Coke".CocaColaYou
CoUi
naturally bat Coe ;
OTTIIO UNOEI AUTHORITY OF fHI COCA.COLA COBMNT ..,' i e.l4dbyitskMndy.bbravulb0( -
CO. J! "CoU..Botla ncut aM qua1it11"-
*S ri Let Us Build Your Post War Home STARKE COCA-COLA BOTTLING CO.. 1 act of Tb. Coc -Col. Coop8

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...... 1945 BRADFORD COUNTY
t".ll"L Y. TELEGRAPFI TARKF.. FLORID.\ PAGE TURRI!
-
. . . exceptional services In war which was of I J p
orchids Mrs. Hardee
too of
. were rendered during Camp Blanding, Mrs Hardee ents, Mr. and Mrs. O. F. Tom- r>o..orlpllon of property PKU of''' 8 PR.22E
the liberation wore white with black acceS80-: I and Mrs. Roberts and little DIane Hnarn. r .. w vf "-""... sec 5> 'lwp ,lCertificate l IIO"'JI'ICIAJ, HKAt.", ) A. 3. Thorn
of France. The
Farm citation was rice and her flowers were red : and '; R. 22 flerk of the Clrrnlt" (Court Bradford -
General I Randy Hardee spent Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Dukes and No. mo.( Date. Florlila. ,. .
ate signed by De Gaulle)] pre- carnations. Those at toad of Cortlth' County 7.U It 7.
Ing the ,
R'hltfleIdg of Sunday at Jacksonville Beach Mrs. Duke's mother, Mrs Klrby Ie "Kept. S, I'.UO! I '
sident the provisional government wedding :Mrs. CoitirU-Hio. No. Jin.:* Date of CrtlfloHt IOV rtitrrrr rornr. DR P'OtUt
ryan ceremony were Mrs. I I
W.
W.
Fish
1.lJ'I.. . . . of the French republic.Lt L. Armstrong, mother of W.I, and three Crews were in Jacksonville Sat- July 1, 1943.! (HT' 'Y, KI.OHH'| IV' C''III_ "
I t children of Jacksonville DraerlptIon of '
are with urday.Mr. property: Svt! 't of ( E5l\\
Terrell holds also the Amer- bride Mrs Brunell Williamson and Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Randall I'"o'! *. Wy lIf SSKV"' Nee> ", Twp' I'. H. Keller FUlntlff. vn Paulina II III. i
1IIfETING: fora and Mrs.\ Joe Mor -land
and 8 18. It. it F
cU' ican awards of the Bronze I ...
: Star Mra. Arno Birdscr.g all of Dover rtlYlrnte"'No.. Keller, lirfenrinnt. ('n. No. 3H74.OIIOKK .
In month of
l>
onlY pink roses : and: the Bronze Arrowhead recuperation for Mrs. daughter Joan of Jacksonvile 323.: bate of Certlrleste I'P PI'14L1'ATION ANt
for D- and Mrs. J. R. Jones. In July 4. I'.i.ig,
1rs.Kite accordance Fish following her N< TICH TO Al'PKAIlHTATK I
SiSa? angements: recent illness spent the week-end with Mr. and t'ortifleate :N .
J day operations. int. [lnl. of tvrclflrRte -
,,\\ -aptured a delicate with the point system Mr. j Mrs. J. L. Robinson visited her Mrs, G.V.. Andrews! July 1. 1943.' OK .OItl1),1. ti.>: Prtullnoltabellt

betWeen her decorations I He was graduated from Davidson Ogllne is now out of the army | sons and their families !in Jack S 1-c Shy Brown Is on a shortleave SB 1..l'll".n l.. 8iIV' Twp of property S H, H.: 23 NKtl|N.: of Ito I ,Kimt* Killer Avenue Whoee '}reNUleniti laK.t<>wn In.

y shaded walls of Her College and received his com- "o the bridal couple left Sunday sonville Thursday and Friday of from Brazil. Ha reports CVrtlfli-i.l No :.us. Juno of c.r-,: I.h'a.\ "
'astei for their home in Johnstown Pa. last week tlfloato Nel+t 2 1940. I r. required to appear cJulv -
Bridge mission In June 1942. back to
."be, ,'", state Farm After that Seattle, Wash. ("rtlflrale' Nu;. 141. Data of r rtiriialv 311. 11>4t! In the nlinvK "un.,1
with her Wednesday he served with the 30th Divisionat COIUUXI'fCLt: MKKTINO Mrs. J. W. Woodw.ird returned Mr. and :Sirs. Rudolph Andrewsand July I. 1112.iri. I Court ant oiiune, wherein plnlntlCf
Bl mel Mrs. 1Ic''rll'll..n uP I.eupel'ty. : I:'. 'lr reeks divorce Itrudfuril County n
on, of last week. To Camp Blooding and was trans- As First Vice-President Mrs home Sunday after a week's visit son Ruddy, accompanied by "' v.r tI JJSL of :NW'4; 1'1.... 8. 't'Wp. Tftt'Krnph' shall J publlch thin Ortl4 .I!
Moody ot Lako Butler as ferred to VII Corps headquartersIn Lynwood Watts presided over the with her sister Mrs Bard Gale Sirs Jessie Andrews and grandson 8 F4, fa rl., In nr81( four weeltl lumen.. I

player Mrs. Kite presented 1943. He later went to Eng- July meeting of the Community at St. Augustine Bench. Mr Jtmmlo Douglas of Jackson- iVflirivntei Wi'pt..V S,. 1940'182. 11111. of CertlfloHtn .. H'ICII.s H( Ktarktt my, hand Florlilu.and, .thin offlclli'nl Jut t t2nd.

. f2. Jnt of OertlflOHti ., 1845.

teonU) high a"blnsf year. Ho was in the Normandy profusion of summer flowers lent during the week-end. :Miami spent the week-end! In l>eniTlpilon* July I I.of !1lfl.property:> : : K<4 ivf I lOKKICl.tb*. Clerk. of SEAL mltl, )Court.A. J. ThoiniiA '-

were awarded restively. Invasion on D-day. At the 'flag color and beauty to the Club Mrs. Calvin Williams and their M'orriston, with Mr. and Mrs. T. J. 8 NIH. Two.of OSW'4 8 4t, It.& l'e"" af I'IW! Sou II. O. Ill-own, Market Florida.''

I E. Grtaer.! to raising ceremony at Cologne Lt. Room for the I meet:' g. Miss young daughter Sandra are now Andrews and family. rff.TO.'S.; :Nn: i,, Rj'"lt8, of c"tVrliriin Ally, for I'lf. f-II 4t 4-J7 I

tthree and to Mrs. Dennis Terrell led the flag escort." Elizabeth Cox; of Roswell Ga., residing in Miami lit order to be Dirt and Mrs. Stafford, Crews ,.. 2, 1:137.: iv inriir c..lnr.- mi titroiiu4oiri
I..Refreshments consisted rendered of with Sgt. Williams who and children ; N141.. Hula of ('ertlrh''e 1'1.11'111< 11 i\ C" \M-
a program beautiful Is stationed Bobby anti Jwinle July l, |.Mil.! C'alPUI'uthy: V. '
cake. 4
Le sherbet with pound OOLINE-AUMSTKONO! piano music during' the social at Opalocka. and Mrs. Nettle Haulemon enjoyeda 1I..rlpll"n! "r property: KH\ of In-own Plaintiff. VK. An- .
Miss Jaquetta Armstrong and vj\ oC Nh:1y "f N"v:I & \\' nf tlii l>vf, ) I'usn'oitiiKH
> v Brown tiiMnt.
)ECOR.TE1Wlnff > hour when Mrs. J. hi. Bradley and Mr. and Mrs. M. C. Roberts swim at Sampson Lake Sunday E'v: of NtCL'': Or NKVI' 1'1"11. ". 'rwfr 1 N" ny; 77.
fclTEI-l.: excerpt wl11 be ot Tech Sgt. Theodore Ogllne were Mrs. R. H. Cox hostesses, served had, as visitors during the past afternoon 8 *. It. U Hl'ertlflaatt' : OP lu'nucTIOV ANI
t
.
| at 8:30 Xi> IHV
married : o'clock In the l'III..r and Coca-Cola and cookies. week-end Mr. and Mis. Mr. and tlflc-ulr H .t. 7. I'lli. .
L lo friends of Mr.\ evening July 13 at the! home of Tom Du- Mrs Troy Dukes and "| HTATH J Ob' 1'LlOlIlIIhI: Anthoiiy 1
.
t to those who bose and Mrs. G. W. Hunter of Mrs. O. II Moody rruulo, business! 1''rllrl.'RI.t ::0.1" :in. Date of l''''rtlflrnlH V. Llrown, addrom unknown.
and a
oberl. Kite the Rev. S. B. Mundy In Jack- Mr. and Mrs. C. O. Partney and July I I. t'i43. You are reijulrrcl: I to a'|ip nr on i t:
Gainesville.Mrs.
f decisions handed trip to JacltHonvllle tills week-end. I'osrrtptIon "' l""PTtv: N\VI, of .. altove monad
witty .iKUHt S 11143. In the
sonville. Rev. their
is the minIster daughter. the *
lM Kay
1 Terrell of Mundy spt-ut Charlie Andrews Miw1. Delia Thomas Gus Thomas NSitI. IN/ V4 ".f :NW14 A ::0.1\\-(, <,f Court and vatine, wtir..ln lninilff> '
bY ludire\ Glenn of the Christian Church and past weekend l at Jacksonville spent last ttW6,.. Soo. 1 O. Twp.| 8H, II. 82 ,H., *.ci kii divorce. Pimlforil County A'rnleifrnph
I ,*** Lt Terrell Is Mrs. I pronounced the nuptial vows. Mrs: Beach. Saturday: they were lunch weekend with her siaterfnlaw.Mrs. and Mrs. :Mary Dckle of Jackncii I' 1'.rllr.II', July w Nu .14%. t..I..r. frllflrHte elm 11 piitillnh thin' Urdor
villa spent Sunday afternoon withMr. 1 1. 1942. lit next four<< weekly: IMMURD.VltneHK .
Ico-JSi' I Hardee j of Mr. and Roy McMillan in Crescwit 1'm'llflrnto, N'.. Mo'
Randolph was matron of I eon guests Mrs Enlce ( Ditto of IITtlflcuto \ \ my head ana official
n
Terrell Jr., and Mrs Reddish Andrews. Hi.pt. 5, 1915. .nl Pinrke' Florida, thin July
Glenn and Antonldis of Bradshaw $ at
,a1 i u honor S-Sgt. at their home at Atlantic City.Mrs. :Maxoino Andrews returned home I'ertiflrnl.. l :N. 1171. t'"I..t ('op. I ::11',1. 11141\. t
supreme Court Justice and Camp Elandlng vas best mail. The ) Beach. Leonard Anderson returned with them tlflontn A"101'. 2. 1U37. 'OFi'It'IAL. !UKAt.! ) A, J. Thomas, t
K : I to Miami to upend this week. I 11..I'.II..u| ( r ''n rlv: S'4 of AH rink of sold Court,
Tuesday after I
bride chose for her at-
been wedding
hlenn Tcrrelt.. Sr., has I Mrs. J. R. Jones and little being. with, her Mr. and l Mrs. M. 1.. Johns andchildren 8 4144Ill.NX"i"f' :SKIi'. 1'1"*. 111' 'w"' II. 10 Urown Mtnrke, I-'lorliln.\ ,
French Croix de tire a white street dress with daughters Linda and Lee parents, Mr. andMrs. Attv/ far I'lf 4-11 41 4-21
are
the
d Louise and Freddie, Mrs. iVrllfliv.. .. (
< G. E. Crews since sirt. nntiof" rvrtlflintr -
t, with the Bronze Star for black accessories and her corsageSHRIMP' with Mrs. Jones' parents Mr. and Friday. I C. P. Cinsrii and Mir and ::Mrs Hl>pt. 2,, IHH5! .
I Mrs. R. S. Rosier after visit Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Davis and tVrtlflriil. N," :ir.l.. D"I..r Certiriniif s
I a L. L. Hen f roe and. son Samuel .luiv' 1 t. i4j. s e4'ilb&uH1/rl
; with Lt. Jones' mother in Akrcn, children, Joyce; and.. Clifton, attended I of Vanderbilt were visiting 1\1. L. hrrerlntlnip tif property, : Lot 4,
Ohio. Lt. Jones is in service In services at Union Church Johns Jr, in the Hope Haven Sep. 21, Twp 1 S. It. U M.Cerlirionto ..
( I the near Hellbronn Springs Sunday NU vn of SHU. lisle " '
I European Area. .
O i Hospital Jacksonville, Sunday of e".lItl."tc.IIN'. 8. 1929.Certlfli'nto /bnynunellotham.
Mr. and Mrs. W. O. Engram, and Mr. and Mrs. George Williams I afternoon. M. L Is doing fine . No. sun. Date of C rtlfUata 1; mamma wave boluUon. f r
son, W. O. Jr., have come from returned home with them for the and expects to come home some Sept., 2. 1D40.rortlfloHte _, hvmpnn. enrler s nil

': I I Chattahoochee to make their homeon rest of the day. I time this week. .MHcnte. July) Nu 1, 1943 800: pu of c 'l ',+ mutes.wnvtt wt.0.1 S Clurm.aun. Iwrk ee (.MM,y

I the Farm. Mr. Engram Is now Airs I. J. Williams was in Jack- Mr. and Mrs.\ O. E. Crosby and Mi-rlptlnn' of properly'' : NR'l Koch Drug Store
employed here. Their daughter, sonville last Thursday and Friday I children, Deverley Jo and Sher- N\\'I4! *. WV4\ of .N\V4. H...,. 22. '11wl

Miss Virginia Engram is now ,. because of the serious illness of man, were visiting: Mr. anti Mrs -
EGGSFERNANDINi work -g in Jacksonville but will her sister Mrs. Edward Brinson Adam Green of Lake Butler Sunday .
IN. be with her parents at the openingof of Fernand'iia who Is a patient afternoon. Prompt Service Careful Drivers F

the Bradford County schools. in St. Vincent's Hospital. Friends Mrs Jessie Andrews and grandson -

Mrs. R. Whitfleld went to will be gratified to know that Jimmie Douglas have re-

Fruitland Park Thursday for a Mrs. Brlnson'a condition is much tuioed to their home in Jacksonville STARKE TAXI SERVICEand

stay with her sister Mrs. G. S. Improved.Mr. after a week's vacation with

Clopton.Mrs. and Mrs. D. yV. Williamsof relatives here.

) Effie Johns visited Mr. Lulu were dinner guests of Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Ancll TeUtone

/ I and Mrs. O. K. Walker in San- and Mrs. I. J. Williams Monday. and children were visiting Mr. anti MACK'S TAXI SERVICEPhone
derson last week-end. P. L. Sgt. V era 0 n Johnson Mrs. George Tetstone of Brooker

I :Mr, and Mrs. M. E. Griner were visited his uncle-In-law and aunt, Sunday.Mrs. .
Sunday visitors of Mrs. H. L. Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Tyson for Eva Cole of Lulu and Mrs. 150 4.

Fowler and Mrs. Martin Griner several days the early part of Roberts were visiting Mrs. Cole's

Jr., in Lake Butler. Joining his this week when en route from his brother-in-law and sister Mr. and Day Night i

family there was Capt. Martin parents' home in Fairmont! N. C.. Mrs. A. P. Johns.! 4

Griner of Savannah Ga. to Sanford where lie is to be stationed Bill Williams of Lake Butler I "

Mr. and Mrs. W. G. String- following three years' overseas was vlsltlrg Mr. and Mrs S. L.

fellow and Miss Melba Stringfellow service. Crews and family Thursday.Mrs. The finest Steaks
_ Reese Bradley of Jacksonville Stella Andrews accompanied -
pE accompanied Mrs. Joe Wilsonof Shrimp
RE 1Ir btu -= Starke to St. Augustine Sunday spent Tuesday with his parents, by Miss Joan Moreland of foods

Stea short.alaa' ,tya Their trip was occasionedby Mr. and Mrs J. M. Bradley. Jacksonville returned to her homeIn O
of m ,aa !S can Miami. will remain fora
1u Joan
3 t1 .boa SEA FOOD .
Illness W. L. Wallof
onp of o a e.1w 9.pp et the of Mrs. . . . e m . . e week's visit. at reasonableprices
Yro.n h r.to Qa 9. tsp' CeoYyghrir. a Starke who Is a patient In the FISH OH

a os aT..a P.y4 t oooY.a .h>''ben' 000*' Flagler Hospital there and they New RiverBy J\0'rICfo1 MEATI'LATE:
.. .a a a.ap aaa a eons or -- also visited MaJ. and Mrs. Harold fitnrkc I Kh.i-l.la, July' (1th. 1946NO7'1CL
thoroaaYlraatite"SSrrl 1H HKUIOHY' IIVKN: that
a t ar' 1. r am? Wall and Mr. and Mrs. E. O. Al- The School pursuant to C'hHpter 1V4 Florida I ____.1. LUNCH +;
wall .' . . . . * StiLtut-H" 1MI t. the following lit. I IM'rlh'd h & Call St. ,
.a 6 Ypah T, ( anLI1 th len.Mrs. land In UriKlforii County.
whose husband Is
Long .l-Mi>rlila, will bf offered fur Bale lit es SrSSrra-SSrSrSs 'lIh Two
,4. aaa atsa with 4rorrres. stationed at Camp Blanding, is Friends of Beiar.d Johns will public outcry for the highest and Vegetables {
aaa r best cash bid at the Court Hoim.
the staff of nurses be interested to know that George Kopelouson
,.tYnt Oert.saes now among he has between. the hour of 11 o'clockA. '
gsu chataey, ta1a.A wlto t lshte attached to the State Farm Hospital received a discharge from the At. and S o'clock 1' M. on the Owner 45c ,I !
y 4.' dlh' day of Au"u"l, 1946.Certificate Q)
t' a the position after 3 1-2
9 2148' yl+ having accepted army serving years. No 271. Uate of Cirtlflcate .
1 aoolA Saea\ taw 191ayaufao.seta made vacant through the resig- Three years of this he spent in AUK. 2, 111:17.! : 1

ba h ;teotiet nation of Mrs. James Holton. Mrs. Africa Germany and other places rtlflodta: July No.1 1. 1i)42.Unwcrlptlon 32*:.. lat of Certlfl.ate UIDON RILL r

taa9a Holton resigned when her hus- overseas. He was wounded in of I'rlol.rty! SWVi of
band was released from the Armyby Germany and sent back to France :NWV(, Mac. 2, Twp. K H. H. 22 K.,
Certificate No 272. late of Or*
points. From there he came to New York tlflcate: An if. 2, 1987.
Guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. L. and for two months has been In Certificate No. 330.: Date of Certlflcat "Eat At The II est And Forget The
.
: July 1, 11143.Dtacrlptlnn .
-'and 0\\ Robinson last week-end were Miss Lawson General Hospital Atlanta, of Properly WH of Reel"i
} a bottle Betty Jean Robinson of Jackson- Ga. He wears the Purple Heart I :NlA" WH of HK'4' of NE'.i.! Hoc! I '" "
3, Twp 8 H, It. 22 .,..,
ville and J. E. Livingston of Day- and other awards. Certificate N'. .171. Date of Certificate i
tona Beach. Mr. Livingston Is Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Peele and Sept. 2, 1940.Certlfleale .
No. !I3I. Cut of Certificate i
: t the brother of Mrs. Robinson'smother children of Wind ermere were July 1. 1)42.Dvarrlptlnn i
golden Mrs. W. H. Parker. visiting Mr. and Mrs J. S. Snow- of frnpertSK'i: oNWV4
& WH\ of NW', & HW/4. eo!. !
Mrs. Barbara Jones of Buffalo den Friday 3, Twp 8 H, It. UN., Here it is
S. C., came Saturday to visit Mrs Mr and Mrs. Roy Cowen and Certificate. No. 873. Date of Certificate
With i their children of St. have Kept. 2, 11140,
Randolph Hardee. Petersburg Certificate. No. 3.12. Date of Certificate
guest and: Miss Mary Farnsworth been visiting Mrs. Cowen's par- July 1, ID42.
".. of 1'roperty: K'4 ofrfK'i
ofllNI'4 NKU" of NVV'Ni,4 & f ,
,_ of 14E'4' & 1'11'of SEW.\ Boo UTILITY
.I, wp. 8: H,< '1C. 22 R,
Certificate No. .172. Date' of Certificate '
Slept, 2, HMO.C'ertlflcate _
Our Country Needs Still More Used Fats July No.1. 1X42.ai3.: Date of Certificate I

Description of Properly: "8W1' of
jlQ ACE"1. tI..". 3, Twp. 8 B, 11 23: K..


Beer . and We're the Folks to Save Them tlflcatA Certificate C"rIICl..at.No.221.Sept July, No.4 2,, 1H.18.I'MO.874.! Hate Date of of Certificate Cer-- BAG 1

',yam /lal Vrtlflcate, No. 375. Pat of Cer l
,
tlflcate 1V40. I _
_ Hept. 2.
> Certificate Sept"' No.2, 1940.170. Pate of Certificate 18 INCHES LONG ;:f'ili t.
ti. .
certificate No. 134. Date of Certificate
'-r July 1. 1942. r
i rixiicrlpllnn of property! All Sea L
-" ..yAs ,. I, Twp. 8 8 It. 2J K. 'I t
n Certificate I : No. :I3 Date of Certificate <
I'' Distinctively regional .7N July 1, 1942. For bathing .
Certificate N" 378. Cat* of Certificate .
"' .pt. 2, 1V40. S
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two delightful regional _

favorites: Shrimp 'n Eggs PRICE 2.30'f.


Fernandina and golden, _


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beer brewed especially to domestic supplies of fall and oil will beapproximatelyone

South' and one-half billion pound lest than last year.Yet thousands -
complement our delicious of tons are ttlll needed to help make courtleM MntlaU e orrtovf.n.Ur..ORO" allow '

eastern dishes; and to please the tastes -_-_,_ for the battleand homefronts.We ALL 'YORK.GUARANTEED. \ anl.nladlta TWO MII.LIOV MAMnllll 4
country people mutt remember that because of the meat Nt11P/ PI'"C'.II' "' IN lit

of discriminating Southeasterners. r situation we are in a better position to save fats than dty T*T nu NKS.A IteIA80at0TTORES THKMMMI .. ,If

folks. That's why we can't afford to miss a trick I **. < J

Alone in JAX is a So let's save not only the Wg amount from frying and roasting t
company also meat trimmings and plate scraps. Melt them down
.but
YOU CAN ENTRUST: YOUR P $ :
beer of premium quality. . yet youdon't and add the liquid fat to the salvage can.Skim soups and gravies. FINEST WATCH TO OUR
Every drop I is Important. ,- t

pay premium price to relishits When your salvage can I Is full take It to your butcler'and get CARE "

2 red point and up to 4t for each pound. If you have any difficulty
= choice
goodness. $4'1 c.lil JA'/.t",r call your County Agent or Home Demonstration Agent.. : 'I


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.t .n'l 100,000,000 More Pounds of Used Fats Are Needed ThIs Year! AT BLANDING BUS STATIONr ,
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1 BRADFORD COUNTY' TELEGBAPD. STARKL FLORIDA FlUD.\, It"lt ,
FOUR '..".
Ir ,', n ;;:: .....n
dahlias . Mrs. O. J. Griffin I CUBe the
bloWing(
WSCS Meeting Inman WantsTo Priest-Davis wore a green and white print me feel a Jot oN It II:
belter
CLUBS '
It JJ SOCIETY and
; ; crepe and Ethel looked cool and ard's new
Know About Announcement is being madeof address
Held MondayMonday Is224thtF '
Ct.l
of Mae Mer- collected in aqua . Grace Os 1 .. .
And Hominy"Does the engagement borne (late as usual) managedto .
Hog A En84APpgb'
afternoon, member of to Wallace Louis
Priest
;' ,.1 Mrs. O. W. Griffin I Miss Nita Goodbit the Woman's Society of Christian Bradford County still sereau Davis of Richmond, Va. arrive cloudburst just .before. that terrible P.M., New York ,

fl Honoree At Tea Becomes Bride Service met at the Methodist raise the best strawberries in The bride elect attended local Guess that

I church and held a business and Florida?" schools and for the past year about ?andud

Mrs. E. L. Biggs entertainedSaturday Of Pfc J. E. McRae program meeting. "Sweet Hour* of "Do they still hold picnics out has held a position in the Ac- Betty Ann Flynn, Idelle Land- long week's. .ration. lit '::0"1', "
at home North Prayer" was sung In concert nd rum, Joan DInkIns and Janet Anderson See YOU
her on of the Camp
at Long Bridge? counting Office r
n Major and Mrs. Robert Goodbitof . the
Walnut Street with an Informaltea was followed by an earnest prayer ? trooped in Tuesday from
"How about Hellbronn Springs Exchange.Mr.
Blandlng
Wesley, Rhode Island, announcethe :
sister-in-law, In which a partlculer petitionwas at Lookout Mountain . .
honoring her marriage of their daughter Is It still as pretty as it used to Davis Is the son of Mrs camp
for Mrs L. F. Smith almost CtrCIIIHOPltCTIC
offered weather
Mrs. Owen W. Griffin of St. Au They report the
j t Nita, to Pfc Julian E. McRae, son be? Charles J. :Morlconl of Richmond,
member of the organization -
Summer flowers In pastel valued freezing up there, but they went
gustine.
These are few of the many honorable
of Mr. and Mrs. Russell McRae of a va. He recently received an
: I'' colors were used profusely Starke. who Is seriously ill. questions propounded In a letterto discharge from the army swimming and hiking: anyway

t throughout the rooms where the Mrs. L D. Vlning, vlce-presl- the Telegraph this week from after 34 months service In the . Interesting note In the morning HEALTH SER '
The was \
guests were entertained. They double-rIng ceremony Jent of the Society, presided overa George If. Inman, now a chief of Operations.No mail from Leonard Smith, ICI
Theatre ;
t were arranged In bowls and vases performed In Wesley, Saturday, short business session. Mrs. B. carpenter's mate In the Seabees European giving his new address and saying: 1>R. II. T.
' zinnias and roses predomi July 14th, in the presence of a acted as date has been Bet for the I lot but l'1'1IL.\tl
with K. Perryman secretary: and former Bradford County legis "I enjoy the paper a ,
nating. Palms were used to advantage few close friends. The bride was the treasurer, Mrs. Titus Olson, lator. wedding but it will be an event when I read some of the things CIIIIKiucToB|

"' In the hall. given In marriage by her", father rave an excellent financial report; "Since I left the United States of the near future. that some of the people at home
411
McRae her wed- Wt'htIaln::
Mrs. wore for
i t Mra. O. L. Beasley met the and the corresponding secretary for destination unknown In the are doing while fellows are away Sheet So

guests at the door and Mrs. E. L. ding a pink dress with whiteaccessories Miss Olive Ray, gave a quarterly Southwest Pacific, I have been at Long Bridge Those were the fighting and dying, I get riled Gahll'oo\'lIIe, f1a.
and her was
Introduced them to Mrs. corsage report of the work accomplished. engaged in atrlctly combat activity good old days.I wish I couldbe up a bit. Guess, however, if wedldn.t ,
: Btggs of white roses and babybreath. It was announced that the circles there right now, sitting in the HOtns
writes under date have that type of person, :
'M Griffin. Mrs. O. J. Griffin, Pfc. McRae is stationed at Inman after good
a
house
old church 9tol2
: would meet Monday. August of July 8, 1045. "It has been my who thinks only of himself (or 1:80: to 1 SJ
mother of Mrs. Biggs, also received Lawson General Hospital, Atlanta 6, at four o'clock. Circle One privilege to visit many spots that dlrner on the grounds. All during herself) we wouldn't have anything Phone 2381

with" them. The guests Ga, and after a wedding trip! will be entertained by Mrs. L. S. were the scenes of bloody engage the sermon you could hear the to fuss about. Please ex- i,
were Invited Into the dining room there Hutto; Circle Two by Mrs. W. B. hogs crunching chicken bones out
home recent
they will make their ments and In some of the
._. ...
by Miss Dottle Sue Biggs. The Middleton.Mrs. Involved. side. Could anyone ask for sweeter --- -- -
Mrs. McRae'sfather ones our were
for the present. groups
" T' tea table was covered with a beautiful music ?
W J. Churchwell conducted All I can say is that I am glad
w-ta stationed at the Keystone -
t lace cloth and centered with the spiritual life lesson, basing we are tow in a safe, harbor. Onlya "I wish to say that we appreciate -

,1! 7 s ) a low arrangement of red rosebuds J Army Air Field",! l at one her talk on St. Paul's letter to little lonesome and plenty of the sacrifices that our people wig Ifou're JTCU //
Mrs
In a silver holder : e rt
time. the and Miss Olive . .
Ephesians; blue Miles of neverendingocean.
sky. in order
made
beck home< have:
A.
r W.i+ Klncaid, Mrs. C. Knight, concluded the with
Ray program
.
.: and Misses Madge Middleton and that the armed forces might be
for Christian
St. Paula advice still
Miss Ethel "Does Bradford County
4t h Marjorie Sue Middleton assisted, Taylor closed better provided for. I am thank
Churchwell
I living Mrs. ?
I the best strawberries I
) i In serving the guests. Weds S. J. ClyattIn the meeting! with prayer. Plenty raise of hog and hominy Out 'ful I come from a God-fearing

.J .. , .. community and one that believesin
- Circle No. One, Mrs. W. B. the hog with a
Post .Chapel here we replace
. -. -', .. ,.. democratic Ideals. Another
Sewell,:chairman, had eight mem- substitute hey call Spam, or
r I IStarke's thing is peace.Ve leagued and
Ethel Gertrude Taylor became begs present; Circle Two, Mrs. Wham. We have learned to eat
armed ourselves for war. I hope
the bride of Pfc. Samuel J. Clyatt, A. F. Sauls, chairman, had five it in any style, for it was either >
- the same spirit shall prevail in
son of T. J. Clyatt of Chiefland, members present.Strickland that or go without lots of times.
our efforts to make a lasting
now stationed at Camp Blandlng, "How about Hellbronn Springs
even though it calls ,for
peace
1wlY T, In a ceremony performed by Chap- And Is it still as pretty as it used to sacrifice.

lain James W Forshee at Chapel be? My, but it would be a gift of

lv 15, Wednesday, July 11. Hayes Families the Gods if we could run across "Please tell all my friends

Mrs. Clyatt is the daughter of Enjoy Reunion something like that spring out hello, and may God's" blessing rest

here in of these All upon each of you.
the late Mr and Mrs. L. D. some jungles.

Taylor of Lawtey. She attended Members of the Hayes and our water has to be puref fed with Sincerely,

Bradford High School and is an Strickland families gathered at chemicals and is hot at that. Geo. H. Inman, C. C. M.

employe of Wall's Insurance the A. S. Strickland bathing resort "Do they still hold picnics out FPO San Francisco, Calif. !- 1V

Agency here. Mr. Clyatt was on Kingsley Lake Sunday to '

employed by the U. S. government celebrate the homecoming of Capt. --

The as a post office clerk In Jackson- E W. Hayes, Jr., after a long

finest ville prior to his entering service. term of overseas service.

Ha is attached to the prisoner of Bathing and visiting were en- I 'LfrC4AhA

restaurant B war camp at Blanding. joyed and a picnic style lunch

L For her wedding, ,Mrs. Clyatt was served. NEED: CCNEiDENICf:: :
; and bart
5 wore a street length light blue Among those present were

gabardine dress! with a corsage Capt. and Mrs. E. W. Hayes, Jr., Just a word of warning to to get away from it all for a IN TOUR DRUGGISTOur

of white carnations, and white and family of Jacksonville, Mr. wives with husbands back from week at Miami Beach . .

accessories., Miss Cleo Norman and Mrs. W. H. Hayes, Mr. and overseas: Better think twice be-
A fore making light of their Hear Paul Hudgln, who's very
SIZZLINGSTEAK as mald-of-honor wore a lime Mrs. M. S. Hayes, Mr. and Mrs. prowessin
any line-from eating to jlu busy at present inspecting laundries Prescription Department Is De.

green street length dress with a | George Keene, Mrs. Lula Rich- jitsu . You might get a surprise for the Marine Corps on the

corsage of red roses, and white ard, Mr. and Mrs. Street Dendy like Bunny Kldd's! . West Coast, may return east soon signed To Give You The Prompt Ser

LOBSTER accessories T-Sgt. Glenn W Garrison and Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Ludwig Seems that'at a family gathering and be stationed again at ParrIs

1 served as best man. of Gainesville Mr. and Mrs.C. Sunday, the subject of Jlu Jltsu Island . Seems Blanche Van- vice You So Desire With No Sacrificeof

r pi e' SHRIMP M B. Hayes and children and came up and they were kidding diviere is quite delighted with her

Ladies Mrs. Joyce Ward of Lake Butler '- Bunny, saying she'd better look work in the Physical Therapy Care And

t CouncilThe Mr. and Mrs. N. G. ,Hayes out or Capt. Kidd (just back from Dept. at Bay Pines . Hallie Accuracy.

cl .f ODICKEN'For Ladies Council and family and Mrs. P. O. Hayes ETO) might show her a few : Jones' new address Is: Staff Sgt.

Christian of the First and children of Brooker, Dr. J. tricks of the trade . Bunny Wm. H. Jones, Sq. G, LCAAF,

social Church will *hold Its W. Hayes and son, ,ME.: and Mrs.E. said, "Aw shucks he couldn't use I Lake Charles,' La. Alta L.

': at, the meeting home of Thursday Rev. and Mrs.July W 19 F. Rhodes and children, Mr. that on me-I'm too hefty." . Smith,",now a Seaman 2nd, is at PHONE;53 '

; :8 O. In and Mrs. Bud Jones and Miss At least that's'what she started U.S.C.G. Barracks, Savannah, Ga. Three Registered 'And Graduated
Smedley Keystone Heights.All .
r ,J + members are Betty Hastings of Jacksonville, out to say, but before the words . ,Don't look now, but I think

,rr v ti and bring a friend.urged Those to attend wish- Mr. and Mrs. E. W Hayes. Sr. were out of her mouth there she Luther Lennon's Navy training Pharmacists On Duty

Connolsseurs Ing a ride and family. Mr. and Mrs. C. B. was flat on her back on the cool will be very Interesting to mem-
to
are meet at the
Church Strickland of Starke and Mr. and inviting lawn . Neatly jiu jltau- bers of the fair sex . Glimpsedhim
at 7:30
: m. and
a will be provided.p. cars Mrs. A. S. Strickland, C. G. ed with a quick twist of the wrist! In the backyard tother day

0 Strickland and family, Mrs. R. L. Industriously scrubbing skivvies. KOCH DRUG STORJ
v s f There will be Baptismal servicesat Dobbs and Mr. and Mrs. Broward Hear 'tis wedding bells for That's the kind of thing most of
the
Christian Church next. Sun Strickland and family of Kings- Ethel Taylor that attractive lit us girls hope our men won't forget

; A Good Food day. ley Lake. tle fixture at H. C. Wall's In- before they arrive back home

surance Agency . The lucky . .

i guy being S. J. Clyatt . More -
and When
dt N the stove caught fire early
+ details soon, I hope . Grace
a' PARTICULARthough Sunday morning at the home of
HI Wt tt 0
Osborne receives her degree from
Alton
.
Drink and Nita Dobbs and Mra
the U of F
summer school to-
I in serving and extreme Inez Kelly, it seems that neither ,
night and will be initiated Into
Nita
modesty of cost have justly signalizedthe Phi Kappa Phi, honorary scholas- earlier(Alton had left for camp
) nor their guests, the
s tic fraternity this afternoon . aMG
worth and merit of well
our Donald Kellys of Plant City, had ,
$
Hear'Billy Jackson has received
known Service. time to bother with details like I
i .,. 4. that |
rY 3 .. first coveted stripe-he's a
a
If donning clothes .
a 'r, ',t,l r i! q ._.I.', Pfc! Orchids to those three hour tussle with. the After stubbom a half-
sewing faithfuls Carrie
room :
blaze, the group finally had time
Ward, Amy Cobuni and Mrs S.
to look
DEWITT C. JONES E. Sparks-the only three to brave around and laugh at the
various
stages of undress in which
the heat and 'stay on the job
AMBULANCE SERVICE; they found themselves J. R.
Thursday of last week . Hear
Kelly arrived on the scene before
1'" l4 Funeral Director Clifton Brown Is obeying doctor's
OutTonight they had
Dining time to do more than
STARKE orders by taking a 30-day leave
PHONE 7 of absence from the Gulf Station grab a covering piece . Any
:
:: ? way, the stove was ruined and
Our local funeral home enables us to . Donald's hands
Nth were burned and
ti Have dinner here offer conveniences and services not
In
l + a pleasant eventually everyone found some
,'' atmoHphera where you know otherwise available. Glad to see Lt. Ed Sllvernall clothing . .
back on this side of the water

+ the food ttlll be ih-llclously We furnish the highest type service at the lowest prices and after a tour of duty overseas , Hear the houwparty! that started

," t' cooked and attractively aesmi.4L accept ANY life insurance policy in force, issued by ANY company Hear Joe and Nellie :Martinez are I at the Bishop,place on Kings- .

as payment In part or in full on a funeral. Consultation in Tampa to meet their favoriteson ley last week-end is still going

carries no obligation. Pvt. J. A., who rates a fur- in full swing . Among those
'd lough and flew from Fort Koox
t t '- attending are Edna (Pearce) Hill.
1yp :
to Miami . The E. F. Cain Bobble Cameron, Nina Bishop,

are now at home. in Thomaston, Carolyn Green (between shifts at

Ga. . Bill and Alyce Graham the post office) Frances Peek (at,

have changed their locale from times), Betty (Green) Hitch

New Jersey to Solomons, Md.\ . Freddie Turner (Mrs Bobby) and

p y Tr The L. W. Kochs are In Arcadia Dot an' Bill Powell Yes, Bill',

; BEAUTY and will probably be there several the lone,male-but not the lonely

II days yet on account of as how male, I might add . Flashes .

AIDS the tore there has lost its man- from the AAF: George Flynn has Wherever There Are ChildrenThere's -

agoj; Hear
Lt. Col. Owen transferred to a B-29 training
Grfffln arrived back in the Phil- base .
Billy Colson
got caught,,
IppYies' safely and In time to enjoy like a lot of others, by the lowerIng A Full Laundry Basket!

b' y y YOU NEED PLENTY a Fourth of July feast, staged pilot quotas and won't be

' .Ke4o"T K l1Ll tr/rj OF LOTIONS & CREAMS by the natives .,, . From his able-at' least for the present to
; '
description of the
FOR TilE PERFECT menu, methlnks realize his most ambitious am It's so important 'that they wear clean
there
must be no food rationing bition . Hear
Andersonand
Lyle
tII* PIPVIIIMINS ....... Q In the Philippines . Mack Futch have signed a clothes daily as a safeguard to their


If Mid-Summer Heat Has Got You Feeling 0':1. v: :f -IMJ Major Bill C.-Walnwright writes soon contract star with in a the production Navy and called will health. And it's important to mother's

4; Untlciis_Regain Enerl'7lth The il. .!! encouragingly from Paris that he "Boot Training" health family
h Correct r might be rejoining the that she let us do the
,, Vitamin. AV> Will Ite Glad To Cite You The /, , civilian -
.. population
before
_
too, too long-- Just chatted wash herself
Ueneflt' of Our Advice. if with Ethel (Taylor so as not to overburden
We Have A Nice Selection everything goes Just right . ) Clyatt who maintains that
He hm considerably more than 85 she with of and war
almost fainted at her wed care home, family
14I Sun Glasses And Many Other Vacation points and Is now in France a- ding to Samuel in the Post Chapelat

NecessitiesCARPENTER'S waiting redeployment. . Bill's [ Blanding Wednesday . Says duties. Leave the washing and Ironing
with the 551st Field Artillery and she
can't understand how people to and. any
participated in five us. Pick up delivery
campaigns ever live through those big church

C.with Parker the First Army . Hear J. affairs . When I asked Ethel where in town.STARKE .

.w L. was among those receiving what color accessories she wore,
a one-way ticket to Camp she said she
didn't have any . .
TilE Blanding this week . He'll go Later she called
ld 9 3Uaa & DRUG STORK to Fort. McPherson and reported
it for processing they were white-so ahe's still

r. "On The Minit Service" Ing and for then basic.likely. Add return vacationists to Bland-: Ethel rattled! , Quite a lovely party DRY CLEANERSPHONE
Biggs for
her
gave
new
PHONE 61 STARKE J. D. Kuykendall (B.H.S.) and Mater-Ii -law, Helen Cookie
(
FLA. ) Grit.
sr
i . family keeping cool at their summer tin last week . Cookie wore an and LAUNDRYPA.GE F

xxir place in Cloudland, Ga. . Imported linen two piece blue 28
Bunny an' Richard Kldd
planning I dress and
a corsage of white .

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tT, il'LS' 20. 1945 CRADFORD C011NTY TELEGRAPII, 8TARRE FLORIDA
PAGE FIVE

IB rs oTLOCALNEWS Theressa Mr. and Mrs. John Land of Courtesy Week I . . e . e . ville Tuesday.
were business' visitors son, Ronnie Lee of Gainesvilleare

here Monday. Observed At Rotary Brooker The Study Course on winning visiting her parents, Mr. and
Dr. and Mrs. J. C. DuBose of others to Christ was completed Mrs. J. R. Parrish for a few
1r Earl Campbell and Capt. W. H. Thomson of Moody Vero Beach With Special ProgramThe Friday night at Brooker and the days.
and; Valdosta were week-end guests Ky Joyce Atkinson !
Field
B week-end Ga..
ante spent the week-end with his spent the of Mrs. DuBose's sisters Mrs. D. Importance of . e . . . . . examination was held 1 at the Mrs. Gilbert Gay and Mrs. Nor- I
Beach family here at W. Moore courtesy in Antioch Baptist Church P. and Parrlsh
ksonvllle the home of Mrs. Thomson's of Starke, Mrs. A L. business, home and Monday man Rogers Floyd
lofl'S Donald Kelly have par- Sullivan: of Theressa and Mrs. J. social life was Miss\ Virginia Register of Ala- night. were shopping recently !'i Gaines i
and ents, Mr. and Mrs. F. stressed at the
their home In Plant F. Stump.Mr. J. Brannen and Mrs. T. F. Brownof Rotary Club lunch- paha, Ga is visiting her aunt. Mrs. Norman R. Rogers and ville.! 1
1(' : I
'
e" aeek with Mrs. Inez and :Mr!. Van Carden, Cpl. Hampton. 'Wednesday by r Fred Guy. Mrs. E. J. Hazen and family for
Red and Mrs. Alton and Mrs. Homer Buckner and chairman of the organization's a few days
sgt Mrs. Jean Wilson Dr. and Mrs. O. L,. Haynes have Vocational Service Committee.The ,
of Plant City In Daytona spent Beach last weekend with- returned from a vacation trip to program was part of the Mr. and Mrs. L.Y.. Barry anddaughter. You Are Missing Lots of Good Buys . .
Frances, In
were Gainesville
Ule Moore Atlanta, Ga. local observance of -
this weekIlr friends. 49 Courtesy week,
\!
Fta Moore
on business
he Mrs had spent a month Mr. and Mrs. Van Carden had Dr. and Mrs. D. C. Forehandand currently being sponsored by the noon. Tuesday after Krinjr This Ad With You And 1

and Mrs. W. R. Halslop as their guests last week, Mr.Garden's daughter, Peggy, returned to State Chamber of Commerce Misses Buy Light Bulbs At 5c Each f
dean
Joyce and Atklnsrn!
Jr! their
) home in
Mrs. HaiapurnecTwlth Albany Ga., Sun- After explaining the work ofnotary's
Mr and mother and sister. Mrs. after were visiting friends in Danville Up To 60) Watt . '
day visit with
a Mrs. T. T. V
them for aDen B. B. Garden and Mrs. Hal Snow o c a tlonal Service
of Dawson and Miss Grace San- Long at Kiogsley Lake. branch, Mr. Guy stressed the need Sunday. }
1 Hazen and daughter ley of Barnesville Ga. Judge A. Z. Adkins has been for courtesy, not only between Mrs. Tyler Jones and childrenand Itutt lllng Strap 11101 r e i

r Thursday of last week Egt. Jimmy Barnett and holding court in Gainesville this buyer and seller, but also between Miss Edith:: Fowler were shop Lunch Kilt Tlierituin Bottlt-n. L; b. I _,.
1.lett Sgt. ping in Gainesville Thursday
Sl t week. employer and .
L. ififl3. ?, tO join T. Og >* Sharkey of Boca Raton Airfield employe "Courtf.sypays !Sh.HTtukn Hiding Brlillfft. .
at Kees- big dividends Mr. and Mrs. C. Tyler and
k who Is stationed came with T-Sgt. Tlllman Hutto FOR WINDSTORM: INSURANCE no matter
of air- where used," the daughter, Joan, were In
visiting
aid as an instructor Sunday to meet his brother, Pfc Call II. c. "'allpf'nt'y; speaker stated. Danville, Sunday All Kinds Files Stove Pipes and Elbows HarncsH
mechanics O. P. Hutto who Is home from Mrs.\ Jessie Mae Blakely and J. H. Dupre, chairman of the
and Mrs Ed Dahmer lefty overseas service. Mrs. Lily Thomas of Jacksonville club Magazine Commute, revieweda Mrs. Rita Drown of Raiford Brads - Oil Stoves Wash Hoards Electric I
for a two weeks' recent article \in the Rotarian was visiting her daughter, Mrs. Plugs Ironing Cords '
the ,
by plane Mrs. N. T. Ritch of Avon ParkIs spent week-end with Mrs. W. L. A. Mott
Sunday.
Cadillac, Mich. M. on the subject of courtesy. He
ion in Wlmberley.
spending some time With :Mrs. Mrs. L A.
Dyal and
INSURANCELll children
: stated that a large
INDSTOItSI II.) C. Wall tlgefCYr Carrie Ritch 'and Mr. and Mrs Mrs Etta Faye Gill and nieceof automobile accidents percentage would be of Bobble and Alma Leta were shop Lawtey Hardware
Floyd Green. Jennings, La., are spendingsome ping In Starke Saturday.
prevented if only drivers woul.Jmake
Mrs. Harry Lappe and daugh- time here with relatives. Mrs. L A. Dyal and Mrs L. E. .
a of I
practice treating one J. O. Knulorson, Mjjr. Lawtey, Fla.
ters Beverly and Alice returned Mrs. W, D. Faxon and baby another with common courtesy. Ratllff were shopping in Gaines .
Saturday from a trip to Ft. Smith, daughter, Donna Lee, and Mrs.
The Rev. L. D. Haines, chairmanof -- - - .i
I GJt ....
Ark., to visit Robert whoIs 13 J. Flynn returned
Lappe recently the Good - --- ---- - - -
Neighbor Committee,
a baker at Camp Chaffee. On from Mobile, Ala., where they I
reported that a of
the way home, the Rock Island were called because of the deathof dolence had been message suit to con the NEW AND USED
train,was derailed due to a split E.: S. Cooper, brother of Mrs. .
family of Capt. Elmo R Struth,
switch but .no one was seriously Flynn and Mrs. Saxon. r
a former member of the club
Injured. Mrs. K. S. Matthews returned who was recently killed in actionon YOUTH BEDS
Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Hayes, Sr., Tuesday from Orlando where she Mindanao. Incorporated In the
Mrs. James A. Tucker and Mrs.C. has been visiting her soninlawand message was a poem In memoryof a"
B. Hayes of Lake Butler spent daughter, Dr and Mrs. H. B. Capt. Struth written by the WITJNEVIUl WET MATTRESS i'' '

Tuesday shopping and visiting in McLendon. Rev. L. A, Shepherd l, also a for ,
Jacksonville. Morris Lessuck Is in New York mer member of the club.

Friends of Mrs. Leonard Smith, spending a few days with his son, Letters were read from H. N. AT REDUCED PRICE
Sr., will regret to know that she Leonard Lessuck, who Is on leave
Fairbanks of Miami and Julius
is still in River sid e Hospital, there from the Navy.E. .
113 E. Call Street Jacksonville and her condition is J. Flynn, who has been servIng L. Thorn of Fort Leavenworth,

ST.YKKE, FLA. considered very grave. as a Warrant Officer at the Kansas, both past presidents of SAMPSON CARD TABLES WITH I FOLDINGWALNUT $24.50 r
Mrs. Jeanette Kincaid, Mrs. O. Jacksonville Naval Air" Stationfor the club, extending best wishes to CHAIRS

\We have a full linef L. Beasley and Mr. and :Mrs. A. C. the past few years, receivedhis the organization at the beginningof

the fanciest fruits relatives Durden of In Tampa Jacksonville were Tuesday.visiting July discharge 10. He from and the Mrs.service Flynn on, I its new year. A letter of PORCH & DINING CHAIRS JSSIS: ? $2.75 $4.75

nd vegtables. Mr. and Mrs. O. L. Beasley who have been living at *Orange resignation was read from, Dr. & .I )) -
M. B. Herlong, a charter memberof
Park, are visiting their sister,
have Mrs.
as guests Beasley'sparents
A I good supply of Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Dur- Mrs. L. M. Gray at KIngsley Lake. the club, who stated that for I HEAUTIFUL 1

shortening den of Tampa. their They home expect east to of return Starke.soon to reasons of health he was giving! LIVING ROOM SUITS NEW STOCK $124.50199.50

Beef Roast ,Misses Dottie Sue Biggs, Ona up all outside activities and ex-
Tender Mrs. Earl of Lake Worthis
Demorest and Mlnne Lou Hazen Pierce
pected to retire from active practice -
Mew and Delicious will leave Saturday for a 10-day : spending this week with Mrs. of medicine f _
I within the next Studio Couches
trip to Camp Immokalee on Lake I II W. B. Mundy, Jr.
Steaks. I Brooklyn. Mrs. Palmer Keith, Jr., and Mrs year.
Mr. and Mrs. I. Lecin are spendIng Moody Childress, both of Besse- Preceding the program a groupof _
COME TO YOUR this week at Miami. mer, Ala., are guests this weekof old familiar. songs were sung
TIP TOP STORE Charles Moore of Lake WalesIs Capt. and Mrs. I. C. Naftel. with Mrs. Jeanette Kincaid as accompanist. I i.f1 i. _
'OU ARE WELCOME .
spending a vacation with his Lt. and Mrs. J. P. Hubner are
grandmother, :Mrs D. W. Moore. expected here from Avon Parkto
spend the week-end with Mrs. Baptist ChurchThe .

Hubner's parents, Mr. and Mr.
W. D. Faxon. pastor of the First Baptist
ihe World Moves
. .
Church of Starke will bring the f1
Richard Kidd, III, will arrive
So Does O. O. A. home Saturday after spending two third Jericho of a at series the 11 of o'clock July Jauntsto hour
months In Richmond, Va., with:
this Sunday. The title,
"Highway
If You Don't Like Your Present Location, his grandmother", Mrs. R.' G. Kldd, Robbery nearJdticho". Is an exciting Constructed.. 'With Springs. ... I'
Let Us Move Your House Miss Delores Alvirez of Macon, story for ill. The evangelistic -- YES! We"'Still Have

Ga., is here for an extended Visit hour at 8 p. m. is a time Floral and Solid Colors
FREE ESTIMATES ANYWHERESee with her grandmother, Mrs. Frank: for old time hymns and chorus A FEW ALL-METAL BABY '
E. Wilson, and Mr. Wilson.Mr. .
singing, enjoyed by all. The pas
Ben F. Hall, Starkeor and Mrs. Gary Ennis and tor will bring an evangelistic message $86.50 CARRIAGESIT'S I
son, Gary Morgan, are spendln .
Orman 0. General ContractorBox
Annis
two weeks in Tampa and. Miami. Sunday School meets at 6:45: to I
402, Phone 1804, Gainesville, Fla. Mrs. W. G. Lundy of Bradenton study "Abraham's Practice ofBrotherhood" A FACT YOU CAN DO BETTER AT I
I was the week-end guest of Mrs.
R. G. Kldd, Jr. H Major Lundy, and Capt. Kidd are Unions meet at 6:43: to discuss: John H. Denmark Furniture ,Co. i

officers in the game division and. "The Church's Most Vicious Op-
NAT SEZ: arrivedat Camp Blanding from ponent. There are departmentsand PHONE 151 STARKE, FLA. I

overseas together Sunday. classes for all ages and a WE BUY GOOD USED FURNITURE iI i iL
Mrs. J. P. Langford and daughter I
of returning welcome
; S4'e'here some our men friendly awaits each one s
Phyllis, of Frostproof.. are ex.
:, who attends.
,l' from overseas are complaining -
[
't} pected to arrive today for a visit
1'-.;,' about the cold reception with Mrs. W. B. Sewell and Mrs - - - - - -_-. - - - - A----- I
- -- - - - - - - -
-
- - -
- -
they get from civilians when arriving M. F. Brown.

at Blanding. Seems they Mrs. M. T. Oakley Is in Granada,
had rather have hot coffee and Miss., visiting: Lientenant Oak- J

warm dougnutx than a slice of ley's parents. 6 EVERYTHING MUST GO !
Mrs Valrle Kldd was In Jacksonville -
cold shoulder. Looks to me like Thursday of last week.

we owe It to 'em so let's get together Pate Gasnett made a business

; and do aunapln! afternoon.trip to Jacksonville Wednesday K BY AUGUST 1st

Miss Grace Phelps is spendingthis
week attending to business in
-.-._ DIIDM Nassau County and visiting in CLOSING OUT SALEBARKSDALE'S

ssoss MEN'S SPORT Callahan.Mrs. .
B. A. Pope, Jr., left Tues-
( day to Join her husband In Fredericksburg -
"
OXFORDS Va., after spending
some time with I her parents, at STORE '
Judge and Mrs. A. Z. Adklns. .
I Mrs. Valrie Kldd and Mrs. R.

G. Kldd were \In Hawthorne Fri- "
j, Freemans .J<.Q.$ ;

day.J.. J. Canova of Panama City COME IN AND GET YOUR SHARE '
Fortunes spent Sunday with his mother, BARGAINS FOR THE ENTIRE FAMILY.

Mrs. E. E. Canova. OF THE MANY SAVINGS YOU WILL FIND HERE. SHOP NOW FOR YOUR
Peters Guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. G.
Halle, Sr., are Mrs. Halle's sisters WINTER NEEDS WHILE EVERYTHING IS SO GREATLY REDUCED.

:Mrs.! Tamola Mitcham and - - - - - - -
-
- - - - 1"lW7'
2 Delores, of Atlanta, Ga., - - - - -
Ply Soles Three Big Names daughter, - - - - - - - -
and :Mrs.! J. S. Adair of West

*.kid ta..l Tannov.Winter OroJn.. ComfoftIwc... In Shoes Palm Beach. Mrs.Linda\W. G.Sue Halle, are, Jackets Baby Blankets
looq | Jr., and daughter Men & Boy's Leather
Ike !'rico, till with them also. They spent

Quite A Variety jiesday. sight-seeing in St. Augustine. Ribbed Underwear Blankets and Sweaters
Men &
FEET HURT? Week-end guests of Mrs. W, H. Boy's

But Not Mi Sizes Struth and Miss Kate Struth

GET RELIEF were Mrs. W. L. Edwards and Ladies Winter Coats
In All Styles- daughter, Fredrika of Jacksonvilleand Ladies Coat Suits & Dresses ;
Mr. and Mrs" W. W. Page

Look Come Them In And and will Merrlllyne children be Interested of Lake Billy,City.to Martin know Friends, that and Complete Line Baby Wear Ladies Housecoats I


w ? Mr. and Mrs. Page and familyare
moving to Tampa to be nearer -
his work with the Road De- Reduced
PRICES NEW Svpw-Solt partment.Mrs. Greatly '.

E. M. Davis had aa Sunday
5.50 and DR. SCROLL'SZINOPADS guests her sister, Mrs. Pauline

Stone and daughter, Peggy of At A
I Archer. In Fact Everything Saving

Box ot It Corn P.d.. Mrs. Gene Long and daughter,
6 95 12 Separate! Medication 35 E Mary Anne, have returned from
.
for removing coral ... months with Pfc


Sternberg's son Long spending transferred be in Salina going two to,Nebraska overseas Kan. Pfc,and Long and Mrs.Long will has. t;: SALE BEGINS NOW! "'


and daughter will\ make their 1 114t'j1'i
home with her parents, :Mr. and II.-lD'ff! JV.JtJJ r-.f' IJ..
Irs. E. J. Dowlin


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BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH STARKE. FLORIDA ---.....

SIX
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. . . . . . .I dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs.I
II. M. McRae and family Sunday.
Pine Level] Miss Patricia Hall of Green Cove
guest of -
dinner
Springs was a
Mm. If. M. Mrltaa<< Miss Odessa McRae Sunday.
. By. . . . . . Mrs. Alma Starling and daughter KNEW ABOUT

Joan Catherine. 111 rs. Paul TOKYO
HALL BIRTHDAY hla Nugent and son, Paul Jr., and
celebrated
Rev. W. E Hall her sister, Miss Eunice Starling
July;
anniversary
65th birthday returned home Monday from La-
6th by Inviting his family o.nd where they spent a few
friends tj visit him that day, coochee with Mrs.: Starling; uncle,
Tables were arranged on the lawn I day JJurnseJ. Mr. Burnsed lost "
at his home with a bountifu O. O. while work- YOU DID
his left eye recently
r spread at lunchUme.f. Ing In the crate mill there and his 8-29 BEFORE

r"f.' Enjoying the day with Rev., ando Mr, condition Is only fair. THE
Mrs. Hall were their children David Gunter is home again
\ and Mrs. Wm. Guy Hall and famlly with a discharge from the army.
of Green Cove Spring and: Warren J. Starling la visitinghis
Mr and Mrs. J. E. Murrhee and I cousin. Nathaniel Burn ed atLacoocbe
son Edward, of Milliard;; and Dr _
and Mrs. George A. Yeagler of crowd at reveals ,, .
Palatka Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Me There was a large Sunday Captured evidence
School and church
Sunday
Mrs. Rpn
Rae Mrs. Alton Dobbs 93 In
with
aid Wilson Mrs. Robert Myrlck,. morning and evening knew the story
classes
and Eleonoi Sunday School that the laps
Lucile Crosby
Misses J
Mrs.
Jones. Rev. Hall received many We are glad to report that nicely mostk r. <3
Is recuperating
W. E. Hall
and tilt friends
useful presents before
major operation In Glen- six months
from a
left wishing him many more Palatka, last Wed- *- '
dale Hospital .
.
happy birthdays.Mrs. [ J
x.
, existed
nesday. Americans knew it crat"
..
Florence Haltlwanfier and Giles and Robert Phillips of ... ,
granddaughter, Miss Betty Wlllif Jacksonville were visiting their ''
: of Jacksonville returned, to their parents. Mr. and Mrs. 1\[. M. Phil-
home Friday after visiting rela- lips Sunday.
tives here and in Lake City and Mr. and MM. Fisher Gasklna
Waldo for tho past two weeks. and children of Hellbronn Springswere
Mrs. O. R. Alvarez and children visiting Mrs. Gaskin, uncle

) of Vanderbilt were visiting. Mrs. and aunt, :Mr. and Mrs. II. MMcRae .
! H. M. McRae Thursday.Mrs. ] Sunday afternoon.
T. N. Norman an.lIon, Mrs. Lizzie Swindell of Jacksonville -
Jerry, Mrs. E. C. Sapp and child- has' come to live wither
ren, and Mrs L. It Connor of brother and sister-in-law, Mr
Gum Branch Section were visiting uul Mrs. M. M. Phillips.
Mrs. H. M. McRae and family Remember services a t Pine
Sunday afternoon. Level Church each Sunday mowing
Rev. W. E. Hall, Mrs. J. E. and evening.fresbyterian. r ae
Murrheo and son, Edward, were

.
.
for thPresbyterian 7 t : -S; .e Q r.V. %ti'xierH.< : .x
Announcements s =
: ?
GAINESVILLEPLANT Church _4. k es i!'a 93 K r n tj
.
Church this week a y ,
made by the pastor, Rev. Johi w t [ : rhi .1
Lewis West, are Sunday Schoo :
v.
at 10 a. m., with the mornIng
worship service at 11. The subject -
.
to be discussed Is "Chrlstl
A Life of Service or a
anlty;
NOW OPEN Profession." Youth services an "ar' 1\- 't ?.r .
:'!' "
held In the evening. "



ADDTHOUSANDS ,$ *WITH WAR BONDS' In far-away Burma, early in 1944- What: did it mean o to our Chinese allies ,,

? It is significantpage
frontand our own troops
B-29 became '
before the 3
long at home-long before our that shortly after they obtained this t
news information the Japs mounted a new ,
forces in China and in India were
OF MILES TO own this offensive in China and set out to cap- y
notified to expect great super- air fields n
ture the specially constructed \
of its existence-
I bomber-came news -
uncomfortably accurate technical debuilt by hand by the Chinese people
B-29s. Months of labo I
scription-positive facts as to pro- for the heavy '
back-breaking labor of thousands I
posed bases..from the JAPS.It was rious, sacrificed a
of Chinese workers were 1
bulletin of the Japanese
w all in an official f
heartbreaking
demolition in'a
found among the papers by
with thr Army before the
inBurma. few hours in the retreat
stone } captured in a Jap stronghold obtained onslaught of the attacking Japanese. Don't
information
fir? l This was not air reconnaisStores of precious gasohne-parts- Talk t
through
the or
f ACTOR* CQNT Oi; by or enemy the capture of prisoners or and other scarce hard-to-get stores Write about:
sance
risk the famous
flown at over .I
METHOD/ LET US CHECK official documents in information combat-it was right a "Hump"great were put to the torch.A terrific abl.,...Loc....and-UODS Or ne1e41en to .
or
leak of supersecret Taterla,. Inen, 1
unendurable 'lle
setae k-an almost I PaAltl *1thL,
YOUR FIREINSURANCE out of this country, transmitted directly c.Aatau e are.. .to'OUroa'- ,
.= AS' LOW AS =- to the High Command inTokyo. discouragement. 2 Ne">,r J -

. -r NOW What did Tokyo do with this information We mast keep our secrets.The best Weapon
I, ,r ? is to keep quiet. .3 bf1GroMdeace
I 'sr- 70- ? What action did they take way lnlotmaGoa

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JCI-Y *", 1943 _BRADFORD COUNTY TELKOKAPH. STARKE. FLORIDA
.rAGE
I SEVEN


HEREBY' GIVEN tat: I SllRVlfClE VA Field, Miss name restored. Bradford County I rmrt-iT rot It?. lilt u.F'onn name In which It wax assessed"

IrE.II' ed Intend..Ierk to regl..t.rd.r. of the IRA IDlE S-Sgt. Edgar M. Lewis, 3rd in Telttirruph next. four shall weekly publish laauei.thla order CKHV.l-01'ITV.' VMMIIOtl l\ UIA\: followe: areas
the No. .
Certificate let
ot Stud. Tear of L
'frt lt for Bradford Count. Btry. CAST. Ft. Monroe Va VMinenn my hand and official Miriam Ma Crlffln, PI'ntitf.8.' uance July 1, 19tl.D..crlptlon : .
Denpurllture seal
:" urt John H. JOHN W. FINLEV Austin D. Kelley. at Starke, .Florida thla July Richard ]oJ. Griffin of Property tact
Company' a ficti- HOWARD 1>. STARLING MoMM 3-c. 3ril,, 1915.tM.lrlCIAL. femtnt. Caw 1 A
No. 3Bf7.! W SO Ft. of Lot 2 of Block U
whIch h. will FIIKUD FROM PRISON CAMP / Naval Sup. Depot, SPDC ( SEAL) A. J. Thomas
SERVES IN PACIFIC Navy An ORDER!: OF rrni.ioATioN lUantrms Add. Sec. 10 Twp. 7 3.
nermbU inetlr In l tarke. Flor.de. Sgt. John W. Flnley on oMr f 138, San Francisco, Calif T. Frank Clerk of .said Court ANI NOTICF'Ft) APPBAlt n II East.Name
Howard
and Mra. A. J. D. Starling. S 1-c, sonof l.sn.lrum Starke Florida RTATK OK" FLORIDA In which aaaeaced: W. 0.
to Klchrd
Atty. fur : -
Finley of Rai- Mr. PvtVllHe H. Orlffis. 274 Repl. 1'lt. 4-6 4t 4-17 Sea I.a.All.
and Mrs. 15. Irlfrin. whose
r94aaEERR L.
address
.!! ford was liberated from a German R. Starling Co., SOO Provo Co. APO 703. San N- Richard M. tlrlrrin A,8.In8irt. N.: of said property being In the
YarirDDM ARK. prisoner of war camp on May 22. and husband of the former Esther Francisco, Cal. :OTICR OP IPPMCITIOV FOIl 14018771 Li.P.O. IS (Iliiiip). AIM ida.County of Bradford, Slate of Flor-

S1 -in-F.Ct. He is at the Kirkland is serving on the Lib- ...T\\. I"U 4MI( % Pu.tma..tlll'tIan Francisco I
AROrneY now home of his parents II. Illll :%". 1NII9 California Unions such certificate or certificates -
4.2'' erty Ship SS Furnlfold M. . . NOTICK 18 IIKKKUV: CUVKN, that I shall he redeemed
on a 75-day furlough and Simmons e e e . . F.1.: ruckham You are required| to appear on according. ;
to law
the
the
holder of the described
property
on duty In the August 13, 145, In the In
will then report to Miami Beach Southwest following' certificate. has filed said. Court and above named such certificate or certificates will
I ClIURCII I Ir for capitalization and Pacific. He has been in service Woodlawnfly certificates for a tax deed to bo seeks divorce cause Bradford wherein plaintiff he sold to the highest bidder at
reassignment
f CallandChr an StlJ. for a year and on Issued thereon The certificate Telegraph, shall pnl.lli.h County the court house. door on the first
sea thin
duty for number and Order
In
of
years Issuance, the In Monday month of August l(4t.
next four .
W. G. Smedley pastor Sgt. Finley is a resident of nine months. He took boot train- Mr. Myrle Rafun dmrrlpHon of the property, and the weekly laauos.Wltnvsa which la the 6th., day of AugustPated

'. as follows: Burlington N. C., where he was ing at Camp Peary, Va., and has e e . . e . e a.names follow In which. I It was assessed are at .,Stark my>. hand Florida and this ottl..lal.oal July 1945. thin 17th
'ICes
day of June, 1945.
Sunday atm. been In Australia v, 194:$.
each and many Pacific Certificate No. A. J,
School employed as warehouse checkerfor 71. Year of Issuance Thomas,
Ie Islands while on duty. He Rev. E. Jtf. Teter of Jacksonville 1943.Iteserlptlon! OFFICIAL SEAL A. J. Thomas Clerk of Circuit Court of Bradford
Associated
Transport, Inc., be- As Clerk of said! Court. County" Florida.
I ser- and Mm. delivered the of Property Diet TAt
cblng and communion fore entering the service last Starting have four Sunday morning!! and I Town W of Ky., Bee T. Frank IAndrum.IItarkll./ Florida, S4t T-'0) (OFFICIAL SEAL)
11 a. m. and 8:00: p. m. April. daughters. evening messages at the church 23 Twp. ft fs.1 til K. Ally for 1'lf. 7-13 4t 8-1 .

fcr meeting( each WedneKt" Howard has a brother. Marklee here and with Mrs. Teter and Name In which assessed. : Unknown I i\ rutri'iT ('oiiir. 0111'011' MOTICH: Of TT AI'PI.IOITIOV IIKKUllnnen : FOR

their son were dinner ; (01 "I" ', FI.OMIIJII 11111 IS..,
Starlirg who has i guests of l'IIAPitta \' INII3
m. received
t 8,00 p. RAYMOND B. IIRYAN a discharge Mrs. Rachel Certifies' No. 7S. Tear of Issuance ". NOTICW IS IIKUUIIY: OIVEV,

AT DAYTON.IIOSPITAL from the Coast duard Browning 1943. '.. r>.elor s Simmons, Plaintiff. v... that F. M. I'a..kham the holder.
after serving 22 months most of There were three additions to 1..Hcrlpll"n of Property: Com at 1'harlon HlmmoMH, Defendant. Can of the following certificates has
T-5 Raymond B. 8K Cor of Lot IS and No. 3S90. filed said certlflontea for a tax
Bryan son of the church run W 1(0
Andrew Jackson which he spent in Brooklyn, N. Y. by baptism Sunday ft for n pt of beg thence run N ORDER OF PtrnMCATIONANI deed to be issued thereon. Th.
Bryan of Route afternoon. 137 ftV certificate number and of
80 ft. 8 137 ft. K 80 ft NOTH'K TO APPKAH years
2, Starke, recently arrived at the LEWIS to pi of beg. Tnwn of awtey K S'I'-\'1'101 OF FLORIDA issuance, the description of 'hofr"I..rty.
A. IJUOSKV \Ve to: Charles
Welch Convalescent are sorry to report that L. of Hv, 8<.fs, US: 34, as and III Twi Simmonsthoso resldonc. In and. the namea In which
I17IV4.FpNO Hospital Daytona- IIELPS FIND NAZI LOOT P. Rafuse la ill la the State Farm' a S' H. U L. known. un assessed are Hit. follows:
tona Beach where he will take Name" In which assessed Alice You are CortlflcAtfl No. Ie Year of I..
qulri-il to
Hospital. apppar on .
Pvt, Lewis nuance UU.l'.rll'tl..n
A. Drown
Brosky brotherof ; AuNcust 13, 144& In the
in above
part a carefully planned nam
of
reconditioning .
Property KK
II
EP111Eti1 George C. Brosky of Frank Mormon Is also the Ortiflcnta No. 128. Year of Issuance t>d Court and cause wherein plaintiff In of < : A
K E program that will speed Lawtey on 1943. seeks divorce i"radfurd. ::,: NH NKi deeded to William

his return to the best of health. was with special troops of the sick list. He is at the home of DoHcrlpllon of Property: Lot S Telegraph| Khali publish this Comity Order Jones NW ex... road 34 Twp.A "7>,jtI. of It rll1at.
339th (Polar Bear) his daughter. Mrs. Edith ntIlk :33. J. M. Johns Add to In next four weekly Issues.Vltn .
Ray, as he is known to his Regiment on Melvin. : Stark.. S.H SS .. oolitalnlnic 71 Aeraa more or less
hart Your Twp 6 $ R. :Si K. \ *a my hand I and official, Name
friends, entere4} the Army In September the day they discovered many Hoyt Starling attended Sunday Name" In which, assessed Mary seal at Slarku, Florida' this July Illne. In "'hlcla".e""d I Norman
Planning famous German political prisoners School and church Sunday. II. Maloney; It. 194(1.lOFKietAL( All of ald
property being In the
War 1942 at ,
Post Camp Blandlng i .Vrtifli'uie No. 167. Yrar of 1ssunncu SI\.) A. J. Thomas County
of
and immense Bradford State of Florida
and served 20 months In the caches of gold, cur- Mrs. Rebecca Brown attended 1941.Descrlptlun, AH Clerk of enid Court. -
L
Placing Your i I rency and art works in the Dolo- 'church of Property: 1 Lot J. R. Harrison, Law FachangsBuilding ( ITnlena such certificate' ..
European Theatre where he Sunday,morning and even- ins ft or .r.
was mite Alps In n In NW Car of STQ% of Jrtck.otivlll", Fla. tlflcatea. shell. be redeemed accord
rder Now For awarded the Purple Heart for Italy. Ing.Mr. UK"Jb.:.of UEJ* /Sao. 19 Twp. 7 8. II.it Atty for Pit 7-U U 811II0'rU"1Q tn/ll'/ to law the property described.. I

wounds received In combat. He The 339th, part of the 85th In auch certificate or certificate
Name
In
Appliances and Mrs. John Brown and which assessed Unknown OF AI1'I.ICTIOmil will be cold to the highest. bidder,
These was employed by 1\[. R. Judd before (Custer) Division, fought as a son Mitchel attended church Sun- ; Also T\\ IIKHU Ht the court home door on the
unit of the Fifth Army. Men of Certificate No. 203. Year of Issui1'eecrlptl lions Illll N... IMOJmmi'io first Mondny In flionth of August,
.
entering the Army. day. We are very glad to have I\ is: HKitHi'Y" niVKV.: 1145 which U the 4th., day of
BEND1X Ray has two brothers now serving the regiment discovered a camp Mttchel able to be out again n of Property. l"lk 3 that T. J. Alderman. the holder of August 1945.lIal.d .
of .
Uovt Lot 1 akeslile Nub-Dly the following certificates baa filed
AUTOMATIC: : In the Army: Andrew( !Q Army containing 138 of Europe's most after a serious leg operation and Sec 23 Twp. 8 8. It. 22 R., ? Haul. certificates for a tax deed. to this tTth day A.of June J. Thomas 1 4S.,;

HOME LAUNDRY I Ordnance and Lloyd in the En famous' missing persons. Hidden hope he continues to improve. Name" In which assessed, J. E. he issued thron. The certificatenumbers Clerk of Circuit Court of Bradford
In an old castle found Rmllh. and years of Issuance the County, Florida.
they old
gineer Corps. His wife, Loulebelle :Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Crews and All of unlit, property being fn the description of the property and the II.U 4t 7-30: (OFFICIAL SEAL)
HOT POINT and their children live at Lawtey. 000.masterpieces valued at $400,000- children and Mrs Lois Starlingand County ida of lirudford. Slat uf Flor

REFRIGERATORSRANGES I children enjoyed a swim at Unless such certificate or certificates -

NELSON MOORE Crosby Lake Sunday afternoon. shall be redeemed acrordlna
to law. the .
LUTIIER LENNONIIOMK poperty described In
GETS BRIEF REST Mrs. Senle Prevail of Lawtey such certificate ar certificate will

WATER HEATERS Nelson Moore, Avatlon Ord- ON LEAVELuther attended church services Sunday.Rev. be sold to the highest bidder at
the court house door the first
Lennon Water Tender on
Become Availablee nanceman 2-c son of Mrs. Ollle and Mrs. E. M. Teter and Monday In Month or Annum 1845 o
These In Moore Route 2, Starke is back 3-c, is spending a leave with his Rev. and :Mrs. O. J. Raulersonwere which Is the
Will Fill Orders parents here after serving 5 1-2 1945.
at the business of fighting Japs visiting L. P. Rafuse at the Dated this July 3rd, A. T>. 1145.
prder of Application aboard aircraft carrier after years In the Navy. He took his State Farm Hospital Sunday aft (OKFKTAI. 8KAM A. J. Thonma,
an
,
boot Clerk of ,
training in Norfolk, Va., and Circuit Court of Bradford
a recent three-hour rest period on ernoon. County, Florida, .-e 4t 4-37 I
went
on sea duty
immediatelyafter
FULL LINE one of the Navy's "recreation islands" Everyone is invited to attend
He
served
finishing. on
the services at the Woodlawn NOTrCI']
In Pacific war zone. Mis-
RING SUPPLIES the USS Gilmer and the old Lex- NOTIfR IS: HIOUKIir: UIVKtf that
These "recreation Islands" have and for the sionary Baptist Church. Sunday the undersigned IH enitaxi'd In litinlneH -
ington four
V- been set up on tiny atolls to give past years School la at 10:30: with morning .. under the fictitious name of
has been TIIIO 8TAU
the
on Destroyer, USS tmmij. at 310 Call Ht?
\ Motors Navy men a few hours to relax Mustin. service at 11:30.: Young People's Htui'ki*. Florida, and Intends torugistar

Electric between battles. The men are meeting Is at 7:30: with evening the mild fictitious name In
Lennon was on duty in the th.> office i>f the Clerk of the Cir
given a chance to put their feet service at 8:30.: The church is cuit. Court o f Bradford County

I Fluorescent on solid ground for a few hours, North Atlantic when war broke located three miles west of Law- Florida:

FIXTURKS & STRIPS enjoy soft drinks ball games, out with Germany and his ship tey. Rev. O. J. Raulerson pastor.Theressa 4-11 4t 4-27 J. W. POOSEH Owner. Restaurant t t Hours 9 to 9 Dally
was sent to the Pacific where he :
horseshoe pitching boxing, swimming Except Tuesday
has served since. He saw actionon S . . e e e . i\ (iiinir ( 01 IIT, miI>KOIIIOlrt )
Records '
Decca and sun bathing.! ( "'.. many Pacific Islands and his ( Kll: 1.

ship came' home from Okinawa.He Major Honors, Plaintiff, Vs. Mury.
Exhaust FansFlashlights ALBERT L. BROWN Lou Stone ItoirerH, l>..f..n<1..lIt.. Case
wears the Asiatic-Pacific
No 3SH3
REDEPLOYMENTPvt.
AIDS American Defense Philippine, By Miss Ida Ilagan OHl'EH OF prnLIfATHW
Albert L. Brown, whose Good Conduct and American . e . . . . ANI\) NOTICE TO Al'PIOAlt!: 4fti74tiuoUw
8TATI1 Ole 2'
KIXltinA to Mary
home address is Route 2, Starke,
AND BATTERIES Area Campaign bars with 13 Lou Stone Hovers whose resldenuttIn e
Is serving with the station com Mr. and Mrs. L. V. Williamson 310 Gilbert Street Georgetown after the A('" ,' II 1
battle stars. Eleven of these are .
South Carolina.You
Hot ShotB.ITTERIES plement at Camp Brooklyn, one for the Asiatic-Pacific area and spent Friday with his sister and are required, to appear on t,

of 17 redeployment camps estab- family in Live Oak July SOIh., 1945 In the above named
two for the Philippine. Lennon'sJob Court and cause wherttln plaintiff -
lished In Northeastern France.
Mrs. :Murray Castleberry of seeks. of
on his ship is to help tend divorce and Custody
I Set up to handle 15,000 troopsat Miami is visiting her :MI' Minor Child. Bradford County
parents, .
Delta LanternsDuo the boilers. He attended Bradford Tuiegraph .shall publish this Order kT t
a time. Camp ,Brooklyn Is a High School before entering and Mrs. J. C. Cochrane In next four weekly. IHHUON.Vltn t u

.:. ... completer city-.'ln' Itself.and provides Miss \ ( ..saniy liana and official! anal! '
Therm'IIE.TERS all facilities possible to service. Mary 'Joyce Powell and at Htarke, Florida this June 27th,
Miss Betty Jean Stuart of Miamiare 1945. : y
His brother, AM 2-c Charles,
American forces awaiting rede- <(OFFlCIAt< 8 RAM A. J. Thomas
S. the has been in the Navy three years. visiting their aunt, Mrs K. S. AN Clerk of mild. Court.T f-
ployment to the U. and
Slbley. Frank I.nndrum. Htarke, Florida
Two of that time he has
Bed Lamps Pacific years Alt?. for 1'lf. 6-29 4t 7-Z
spent as an instructor at the Mrs Rhoda Dampier and son,
iv C"IIU'.Tr i'01 IIT, nit \II l" ones
Banana River Naval base. He Dllly, spent the week-end with
Desk ('01 STY, FI.OIIIII| I" ('1ir' -
Lamps 1 took boot training in Norfolk. Va., her father, J. J. Zeigler and her 1'ISIIY.

m == 1 I and is row in California awaitingsea sister, Mrs. J. D. Griffis. William llasarinan.n. llaxnrman.Defendant Plaintiff. CaseNo. vs.Frances r r ''rY < Y A1 Md fFq

assignment. lie is marriedand Mr. and Mrs. Durand have 3H4ORDKn,

[Radio Service TOR ACID INDIGESTION has a daughter, 5 1-2 monthsold. bpught the Jones place. We wel NOTK'H np PtriiLICATIOWANI T 0 API'HAU. ::

come them to our community. 8TATK OF "I"IIt"\ to: FrancesPasermun Ait.ee ..ee.e.w.nu,to A ('5 Actt rrle..,. NaMt.O.ar.
whose r....ld..nc.. Is. 2110
Miss Hazel Phillips has returned K I more Hquare, Terrunce Vlllave

NEW ADDRESSES home after a stay In the State No. 1, Plttsbura, .Pennsylvania.You .
are required to appear. on
OF SERVICE MIEN: K fflGlBfflfflffl
!J Farm Hospital and is recuperating July 30th 1945 In the above named
/ t 1 Pfc W. C. Clemons, Jr., Co. L, nicely. Court and cause, wherein plaintiff NOW' SERVING THE STARKE AREAWe
WNKLERElectric
326 GH. Inf., APO 333.. N. Y., seek divorce. Bradford County
Sewell Thomas and Mrs. C. A. Telegraph shall publish this OrderIn
N. Y.SSgt. next four weekly Issues.
Beck were shopping in Starke
Carl W. Brown. Co. A, Witness my hand and official
50cC Saturday. seal at Htarke, "Florida this June
Service 175 Inf., APO 29, N. Y., N. Y. 17th. 1545.AsSClerk. cordially Invite the public to d
S-Sgt. J. B. Thomas and Pfc REAL) J. Thomas" ,
TJDhn H. Moyer, 1380 Eng. W. M. Webb from overseas and of sold Court drop by and Inspect our fine new

226 Temple Avenue Carpenter's Drug Store Pet. Dist. Co., APO 627 N. Y., S-Sgt. W R. Thomas of Ft. Myers T.Atty.Frank for t Plf...ndrum, Sla6.29 Florida 4t 7 20 dairy on Road 48 east of Starke.A .

N. Y. were visiting the Thomas family fine herd of dairy cows and the
Robert C. Jackson 36 Ftr. iv: cmrriT roi'iir. 8""IIFonn
Sgt. Thursday roi'NTY.' Fi.imm.ti iv: CHAM- most modern of sanitary equip-

Sqdn. APO 321, San Francisco Mrs J. S. Padgett and Mr. and ('IYIY.Relen JahnTotin ment insure our customers a
Totln. Plaintiff vs.
Calif. Mrs Burlesa Blair of Bostlc. N. C. Defendant. Case No. 3DS1.onntstt quality product.:
Z f tv T-Sgt. Wm. D. Hazen 3704 AAF and Mrs. Hugh Harrell of Moores- ) OF ptIIlLI "ATlo f
AND NOTICE'! TO APPFAItSTATE
BU Sqd. B-1, Box 228, Keesler boro N. C. visiting Lt. and
are OF FI.OHIDA to: John
PLACE YOUR ORDER NOW FOR DAILY DELIVERY
Mrs. Ray W. Padgett this week.Sunnybrook Totln whose residence Is P. O. Uos
:2320. -Honolulu. T. H.
14 mother You are required to appear on
EVERYBODY ; . just like .S e e . . . . .i July 30th.. 1945. In the above named STARKE MODEL DAIRY
Court and cause, wherein plaintiff
pAT !
ENJOYS EATING used to make" seeks divorce. Bradford County
Telegraph shall publish this OrderIn W. If. NEWSOM I. Owner

next four weekly Issues. Route 2 Phone
Witness hand and official
By Mn. Amula Crawford seal at Htarke my, Florida, this JuneJl'FFICMAI. Box 299 R3
he PARK CAFE e . . e . e . .

LAPPEYou're (,/ SEAT.) A. J. Thoms. ammmmm IllKDfiKBSfflfOiBffiffiQQ mmmoJG1llllDm /CDII'I! >
As Clerk of said Cr>urt.
Mrs. Arsula Crawford and T. Frank I..ndrum, Starke.Florida.
daughter Shirley Ann and Bute Atty. for Plf. II.U U T-2

Crosby were visiting Mr. and Mrs.C. !\lOTIOI'_ t Old Sarge's Place *

Delicious Regular Meals C. Crawford and family and NOTICE! IS: HKIIEUY: .lIVEN. thatundersigned
the are .
Healthful Plates 7J? 'Mr. and Mrs. Cyril McLeod and business "rthe fictitious'nam.
Vegetable family of Lake Butler Sunday. of.DKUCKEH JKWEI.F.IIH.': at 101
STARKE'S ORIGINAL
I and
Call Street Starke. Florida
Short Orders Mr. and: Mrs. W. T. Crosby and Intend. to register the said flctl-ltloos

i Mrs. William Crosby and childrenwere name In the offlc. of the
of Clerk of the Circuit Court of Bradford ARMYSTORE
dinner guests Sunday Mr. County Fl-rlda.
and Mrs. C. A. Crosby and family IUOMr'ND; ) DRIICKFR

KT.HIF) DIKTCKEIt,
of Brooker.Mr. .

: iW Service Man and Mrs. O. E. Crosby were I.F.flN DAVID RI'CKFK.DKL'CKKIl.: -

a visiting Mr. and Mrs. Adam Andrews 6-22 ft 7-20 Own.ra.I. .

...
of Lake Butler Sunday aft F1Olt1Uf.iRINA1(111( +1.. ,
sov"ery ''
looking for ernoon. : Authorizedtty
R - and are ) Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Sapp of OhaHei' K Tygsr Plaintiff, vs.

New River were visiting their oa- Margaret. Tyger. Defendant. Case The War Department

the 'right things at ths in-law and daughter. Mr. and Mrs. No. (1561.,HIER OF' I'Jrnr.If'ATIIANn ):-( -

Robert Ward one day last week. NOTICK: TO APPEAR
Margaret
STATE OF FLORIDA to -
Ruby Crosby Is having a new ... whose residence is Operated

right prices house built in this section. Everyone 11318< "N.. floyne Avenu., Chicago By an Ex-Soldier

wishes him success in build I"Tn, are renolr.d! to ing. August 8Ih., 1941. In the above'
named Court and cause. wherein
I. R. and Elliot McLeod of plaintiff seeks divorce. Bradford

V ISITHAFKIN'S Lake Butler are spending several County Telegraph shall publish this. HEADQUARTERS
t..u.
weekly
four
Order In next
days thin week with their aunt, Witness my hand an.1 official' '
FOR ALL MILITARY SUPPLIES
Mrs. Arsula Crawford. seal at Starke, Florida this June r

$ 25th.(OFFICIAL.Bald. 1545. Court. J. ThomasT. NOVELTIES and JEWELRY


Frank lAndrum Mark. .. Florida
.* nncriT rofHT pn'Fonn Atty. for Pit. 4t 7-?
('0' STY. TLOIUOAI I* tllaSI'It !!f. _
(' : Y.Flonnl. Suslow'sArmy
Ben
Renton flees. Plaintiff r...
Woodrow. Rose, Def.ndant. Cage
No 1874.

"The Store All Soldiers Know" URDENOT[F: 1'A PEAR AND

STATE Of FLORIDA to: Won/- Store

* JEWELRY UNIFORMS 1 GIFTS' row Monroe. You Rose,are North whore required Carolina.residence l to appear J* 411.on BUY MORE THAN BEFORE

Auu..t th. IU5, In the whereas 209 E. Call Street Starke, 1'1a.tF .
: : named Court an4 cmu., l
plaintiff aeeks divorce and Maiden



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Gl tour icHirrr BRADFORD COUNTY TEUEOBAPI1* STAR FLORIDA FRm.\), 1RYAs


I s this disabled veteran left to eat wa with them, surely we can be i*'OPVIY'TFLUnIIP-' '. l I'll AICHASCEItY. iv('OI'NTt'rmcriT' FLOH1IIAI OI'RT, BHAnronn IN' HIAfc-I I.V! (",0.111'\CIIICIIT, CUt--1'

!] tll ONE WOMAN'S O.PINBON In an army mess hall. You may He allowed them the courage and ( I CKIIV.Ctolsn CElt 1', F'IOIUII.\,8\\, :\ULeatrlce

think that is the place for him He will help us. Laura. Masks William, Plaintiff. Barfleld. Harvey, Plaintiff, Defendant. 6uenn,
Charles Clifton Harvey JOII.ph 1'1.
Case vs C.
... Wllllamx, Ucfendant
but I imagine if we had eaten In When, you see a man with his v Troy 302.OltDEK, Case No. 3903ORDER No. 8889, Swanh f.r.nd.n
By Itlllee Rosa. girl friend, both at No.
employees army mess hall and with other ribbons, a Combat Infantryman'sBadge OF Pl-BLICATIO.V OF PUBLICATION ORDER OF
Today' with veterans Blanding, were eating in one of men for as long as he bad no or a gunner's wings, stop ANn NOTIcra TO APPEAR AM NOTICE TO APPEAR AND/ NTII''f!pt\ 'Apr:
returningby .
the /service clubs. Some boys STATE OK FLORIDA to: Troy STATE OF FLORIDA to: Charted STATE OF F1.RII"A
the thousands from the European doubt we would like to eat with and think what horrors he must William whose residence I I. Unknown Clifton Harvey whose residence 1" C. Swann wh"." Iel.1
theatre of war our main carne up and asked if they might other people an he wanted to. It have faced. Think of the purple Unknown. I known. rhld.not
et with them. One of the GIs he of how You are required to appear on You are required to appear on I August art' r"lllIiI"
la centered was said they all had the look In heart may be wearing '' ,
concern upon them, said "Miss, would you mind If August 20th 1945>> In the above August 20th. 11145, In the above i JOth, }! is11, 1 f.. what they deserve, expect and their eyes that said, "We're good he might have lain for hours, named, Court and (cause wherein named Court and cause, wherein. i named Court and 'I"' ih'
l ii.. i what they get we ate with you? We Just got in enough to fight for you but not waiting for the medics, prayingto plaintiff seek. dlvorre. Bradford plaintiff' seek. divorce. Bradford 1 I I I of plaintiff Child.seekL m ,,au.. ,.,',; 1
j yesterday and you are the first County Telegraph. shall publish this County Telegraph shall publish thl Bradford .j'
Dally in our newspapers, on the American girl I've seen A1d good enough to eat with you". I God that they would come, Order In next four weekly Issue Order In next four weekly Issues.. I graph shall I pubu.h ihhn'' !

radio and In all our leading you wonder It this boy didn't think how he must have dragged him- Witness my hand and official Witness my hand and official next Witness four weekly ,?,., f 0as
i magazines sure look good. Of course they "So these are the people fought self away from where he was seal at "Htarke' Florida, thin July seal. at Starke, Florida, this July at l11y band
't we are constantly told how all tarke.
ate together My sister said 16th 1945.OFFICIAL lath 1945.OFFICIAL lo'lorld8.
for and nearly lost life? These wou n d e d, so that the enemywouldn't 1945. tti
{
I i ; to treat them, what to say, whatwe they fairly hung on each and my ( SEAL) A. J. Thomas, I ( SEAL) A. J. Thomas, (OFFICIALRECAPPING i SEAl.[ ,
should and should not talk are the Americans I've dreamed find him to run a bay- A* Clerk of salcl Court. ]| As Clerk of said. Court. Aa Clerk ot .. \ I !
Said
every word she saId, almost aa Think of the Florida T. Frank Landrum. Stark, Florida J. S. Cur
of so many times. They turn me onet through him. T Frank Landrum, SUrke Harrison
i to them about; yet how many of if they were thinking, "Please talk order given the Infantryman when Atty. for Plf. 7-20 4t 8-10 Atty. for Pit. 7-20 4t 8.10 Atty, for Pit, Jack'"nvill'
i us deep down In our hearts give away. .h
some more, just so I can hear
this serious thought? Some of us you." Some woman said "Why shouldI they go Into hand to, hand combat -

1 do, but too many of us don't. eat with them? I don't know : "All officers and men, fix
4 While they were lunching a kill be
to
or
bayonets and charge
them. No, that lady didn't know
Too few of us, when we meet sweet young thing with a bright I killed"'

a veteran upon the street, realize red dress on, her head up in theall' them. Certainly not. They are
young men who have given youth When you see an air forcemember's
} ,
tho strain he has gone through.We comes In, the boys openly admire -
blood arid think what It is
limbs! even some have wings
and of ribbons
see rows rows her
lot
with
though not a
r given their lives for her. She's to be In a plane with flak all a-
:
,i dl'flayed neatly upon Ills chest. of wolfcalls etc, aa is common today I I'
been comfortable at home and round/ so thick you can nearly
Sotao of know what
; us they mean but merely admired her loud-
r,, get out walk on It. Thinkof
well
they-- they hit the beachesat and
yet a lot of us merely glance ly enough so she could hear. She
North Africa, Sicily Italy and the co-pilot with his face blown 1
,I and thl-k, "Well, he must have tooled her head and said very
then the beaches in France. As off or a ball turret gunner that
4. travelled a lot to get all those loudly and
very cheaply "why
? flak has in the stop ch,
ribbons. can't there dlaughing hyenas they ran on the beach they could( caught
+ hear the big guns but could see passing on through the tunet.
.; mind their own business?" One
: You'll roe a shoulder patch. it
no enemy yet to the right and to Yes, stop and think: for awhile and
p be the famed 30th Texas tall boy wan standing there with
( )
may will thank God for
the left of them their buddIes you giving us
r' a long, livid scar across his foie-
Division or the Chlna-Burma-In-
fell and were washed back Into these heroic men who fight and
dla head A number of ribbons and
Theatro. Now
especially you the water never to rise againThey've I die for freedom, for our country,
I see more and more, ewer ones battle stars belled the youth of
tanks hit and for us as individuals.
1 seen get (
every. day his countenence, among them was .
the the men trapped Inside and Struggled I plead for the veterans not :
x French CroIx de Guerre, the
I mention the
36th because a : to try and get their comrades because they ask pity They ask
Bronze:: star, the last but not,least
few years back, I can well remember -f I out, only to have to leave I It nothing, but because we owe them
by means small _
+ any a rectangle;
SflthI '
uround here, the
when It blew up and leave behind the best that In
very we our
of
ribbon
with
small white
; r1 t Texas boys were well known for purple the smell of burning flesh and humble way can give them.I _
I stripes on either side, and gleaming -
t" being big, boisterous! happy-go-1 wrecked machinery. They've seen speak as a veteran's wife, a ,
to
proudly was a cluster this
i lucky, healthy boys from the Lone I IJ bombed and
convoys ( troops straf veteran's daughter, veteran's sis
J 'F l 2 tt Star State. I've.even heard it rlbbcn. He turned to another boy fed. They know what it is to ', L /
ter-in-law
niece and Ins
with c o u a
hurt and bewildered look
1 !J naltl/ that in of the local a
bars
one
dip mud from their foxholes, eat Though none of my veterans have
t'
his face
+ on and said "I've been /
( one night some of them played K rations. They know a lot of returned, they will someday when
called
the then a lot of things In a lot of
In
popular "Deep The things anjl if that lady had fol- It's all over with.I .
different but I
'
never
languages
::4 Heart of Texas" on the Juke box lowed in
their
footsteps, she sincerely hope that those of
,and told in the to thought I'd come back to be calleda
everyone place wouldn't have cared whether she you who read this will understandwith
p ;y' rise and stand/ at attention until hyena
knew them or not. She'd have what sentiment I write. That
hp the music stopped. I Some of these boys talked, but
said, "Come on, Joe. Let's see when you see an article, "Howto Vbf
w They left Just as they had/ come, only of where they had been, not how much we' can eat!" treat the returned veteran",
t with a bang. We ktnda lost I lof any particular thing they had
; track will
i We wrote Col. Rose concerningthe you remember that thoughwe
done. My sister mentioned
of them one
for awhile but we could
t"n situation After writing we I can't all fight we must do our
( boy she knew and of the
1 rpt'' keep up with them through theM one decided It probably wouldn't do bit for those who have. We must
M1 men from the 36th division said
/ newspapers. They went through "Yen, I knew him," and, changed any good but at least we had leta remember too that there are those /r
I t It all and now some of them are ,
little steam off chests. of our boys who are left en foreign Iz
I the subject. didn't like our ,
rtF? 7 fi returning.Last They to
soil to sleep beneath the "
remember those things. Very surprisingly the writer gota '
winter on Call street one white crosses not the l
even having
call from him the ,
I The next day asking
following when
day I saw the first ones to re-I day these rlvlledge of'resting in in
peace
f same two girls went to lunch her to lunch and a car was
turn to Starke, It was plain
very their
own native soil. These boys
_ :y I" to see why they had returned there wan a sign up saying that sent for her. She was a bit ner- must not have died In vain.
j I no service personnel would be vous but was very much at ease O !
I J .. so soon; why they were here before t
; y the rest. There were four served unless accompanied 'by a after he told her that he ap- Mrs. O. W White was in Jacksonville '

in the group, all were Injured in civilian or carrying separate ration preciated her letter and that he the first of the week I

w Home way still they were walking cards. These may not be was completely unaware of these visiting her son-in-law and daughter . Other

d l '; along laughing Just as they used the exact words but the meaningIs things and that certainly no seriously Mr and Mrs. C. W. Savage. ,r Sizes

\ tr 'F'' ', 1 to, despite the dragging of a foot the same While they were wounded soldier would be : Proportionafely

t r ; or the stiffness In an arm. Now standing there beside them wasa turned away. Now some of them low

I' x 1 1yr" roe see more and more of them. soldier with one leg mlibiing can eat there and it gives you a .v CIHCIIT rot liT \DP'OIlU
I mighty good feeling to know t'01 *'!"%', FI.OIIII 4)| IN CushAndrew >-
leaning on crutches. He asked the you
I hey still laugh, out their eyes t'.:11".
matron If he might on In. She did help a little. John Volovnr, '
re old, they have a certain go Plaintiff vs. r:

e..4,. I taint, a squint that comes from said "I'm worry, but those are myorders" These are Just a few of the Cuss Minnie No.Paulina 8 06.ORDER Voluvar, Defendant 11I r ail1I/ J/l'laJIlllr/ ... lid!

0 1 lOking long nights Into the darkness When she tried to explain episodes that have happened. OF PUBLICATION r

I" ', 4 ;"r g trying to nee the enemy before he Just turned away saying, These men are only a small partof STATE AND NOTICE OF FLORIDA: TO APPEAR to Mlnnl'aullne I

he sees you. From, looking "That's all right ma'am". He left our veterans but they are Volovar whose address. laJ5 with !
1l I tin t) s across the sand hills In the desert, quickly. When one of the girls enough to show us how some are Carolina: King. Street, Charleston, South Only Firestone recapping do your tiros get

4. the woods in Sicily, to the rugged offered to let him eat with her, a falling down on the Job. How lit You are required to appear on M; the Deluxe !
/ hills of Italy. Then to the broad search of the grounds could not tle we are worthy of what they August Couri 20th.i 1IM5:;, In the abovenamed Champion Gear-Grip tread;' the, same

fi 1 k .green fields of Brltanny. | locate him. have done for us. It is we, the plaintiff seeks soil divorce I causewherein Bradford'ounty L' famous tread

1 kst '$t'yt The other day my sister and a I wonder with what bitterness! American people, who must strive Telegraph .shall publish thisreler i. design used: on now Firestone Deluxe J
( In next four
weekly Issues
to be the
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dreamed to be. We Nth, 1046.OFFICIAL.
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Marvin Harper, St. ClaIr & 8th ,
HAVE] IT FIXED Many little Sta. Up
thing;. are breaking up around
the house these days that you .iVresoueDELUXE

them.would replace This la It Impossible you could but vet LIST YOUR FARM. CITY AND F

maybe I can fix It. Ask for BUSINESS PROPERTY .
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Locally By
FOIL t'ALE-lIoy' bicycle In good F. O. P'aa
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