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: September 14, 1945
Frequency: weekly
Subject: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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Volume ID: VID04932
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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As, Lifeguards and Pack
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U > musicians Is Far From One I

-11-. ably At Least In Southwest Pacific,

Jr for the "Union" slu>. The
\V. Anderson County Publication Established In 1817
f, Dlv. Yajikn often swore that some --
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I Doodle" and let the stripes fall

where did, but they mire may.enough They, on never the Tornadoes Open '45 Season Tonight Miami In Auto Barber AccidentOn Dies Canova, Bridges Elected to Council; ';

very concert program after -

prominently General"Yankee featured Person's Doodle" number.departure was a With Lake Butler Seeking RevengeStill HowarJ Road Albert Thirteen Miles, 44-year- Alvarez Stays As Chief of Police 'I rtint.

old barber of Miami was killed
MalaybalayMlndanao the ,
Judging by cheers, foot t. .x
about 12:30 when __ __ ___ __.
: a m. Sunday
p I. stomping, and applaum you'dhave smarting from a memorable 65-0 defeat sufferedat "-" -'-! Paul L Brid 1 Le vy A

nimble-bralned, plucky) !, thought all Brooklyn wax the hands of the BUS Tornadoes last season, the boys ho apparently lost control of his Rotarians Discuss Canova were rc"tei"t: l'h City ; ,;JiJJI
and crashed Into the end ofa
car ,
In our Dixie Division In the audience Here and from Union County High will arrive at Bradford Park to- Council In Tuesday's rpguI"'i't J.4 ,
concrete between Staike'tond
'ani recentlY proved that their there an Alabama die-hard night (Friday) ready to sacrifice the last ounce of dogged '' Lawtey bridge on the Jacksonville Club FellowshipMethods City Election which brought out s';1- \

not limited to an ()C- gave vent to a disdainful, booo, endurance in an all-out effort to regain "face." almost BOO voters, approximately 1'1 4ij,}
II Highway '
r of horn blowing. but on the whole the Keb decided But it will be far of improving fellowship half of the number qualified I ',oi ;4
round a different team from the unpolished -
camped beside the Kab- to let the Yanks he He was a native of Pennsylvania in the organization were A L. Alvarez, who has served 1 l':;

ere tributary of the their little hour of retribution. aggregation' that fell easy prey to the fighting Torna- where his parents, Mr. and discussed at the Rotary Club more than 30 years as Starke'n r 1tMi''.e
RI'er! a does of 44. Reports reaching here indicate that Lake Butler Mrs. Charles M. Miles live. A
tie junction of: Moat of the band, and thoseof I Wednesday by the Rev. L. I D. Chief of Police, was re-elected' if a I i t

,,.streams near In the lower, us who like to hear good mu .has_..a.-------rubbed Aladdin's that ...m ...magic. ____ lamp, producing._ a_. _tight-knit_ ____ daughter Mis P. M. Payne and aloes chairman of the Fellowship for another term, polling 40(1( !.',. ,n L
IiO The wui uo murethan a slater, Mrs Cleo Scruggs live Committee. He stated that votes to 187 his t
i of the la and sic were glad that the new C, O. for opponent, ,* :
wt and ruffle the feathers of the In Miami He had been employed the spirit exhibited In the Starke Ben C, Holtzonciorf. )
deep, I'r .tJ y
swift, the a free hand with New USO Assistant
.w Is gives boys local lads. and might, even (Heaven I at Camp Blandlng since his club Is much better than In '. !\>'
to some
according Mayor Chair A. Darby, with-
their General
fconsequently program arranging. *tt\r'f\
dies. it Is free of liver Persons, whose musical tastes forbid) score an upset Completes Staff; discharge from the army. De- civic clubs h s has visited, but out opposition, tallied the highest I !I1!:, )I\\'>'
In spite of having 10 letterman His body was shipped by out that there Is still
pointed "
scientifically known count on the ticket with a. '
"old always
were decidedly school, Cartoons On DisplayThe
Utosomlasls(imore ) which are Insisted on censoring per back in the lineup, head Coach Witt C. Jones to Miami Monday plenty of loom for Improvement total of 474. City Clerk Carl : ) ,;;
for burial.Army!, "
In 11ary streams and have sonally each proposed program. Carson GeIger still has plenty of weather may be warm but Group singing was lei by the Johns, also unopposed, was re- I, l:"

noylng habjlt/ of boring With a heavy' hand he Invariably use for a nice big bottle of Aspirin there certainly has been no letupIn : Rev Grover Alison, chairman of elected for a two-year term, receiving ;j' .

skin. Swimming In deleted all of the sweet and sentimental right now. This year's activities and groups at the Sell the Music Committee, and L. A. a total of 460. \ I !t.t

Rthe',, was therefore auth- songs, both old and schedule makes last season's Starke USO this past week, capacity to Davis gave a brief dexcrlptlon In the four-man Council race : J' i It< J}

and Indulged In, even new, that most of ua love. When docket look like a Sunday School crowds: being evidence of the six different Rotary clubs) the tally was: Levy A. Canova I t .''iW

|n I saw the body of aIjap Person's pencil was through x- picnic. The opening game cornea at all the scheduled programs. Varied MaterialsA visited while on his recent va 317, P. L. Bridges 293. W. M. "I > I

floating by one after- i Ing out there wasn't much left a full weuk, sooner than 44's At last Sunday's Sunset Sing cation. The scheduled program, Edwards 219, H. A. Bishop 160.Mr. I I {lei:r''

I was enjoying an except a disappointing mess of starter, giving him less time to Service Rev Leslie Shepherd a Rotary Quiz was postponed , Canova has served previously I '

135 uneventful bath. marches and martial airs and- polish off the rough edges. Bobby State Prison Farm chaplain sale of salvaged Army material because of lack of time resulting on the Council, but Mr ,.. :I'!;

afternoon Inwn as a special concession to t he Turner, quarterback, and spoke on the subject "Frontiers Is scheduled to be held on from! the enthusiastic roundtable Bridge Is a newcomer to the },\\r.\.\..

the sunny was ,lelsurewfliting Muses-perhaps "In a Persian Spencer Crews guard will bout of the Future" and the group Tuesday, Sept. 25 1 p M. at discussion h a t followed Mr. local political scene lie i Is are'f'i ' a group
[ from the chemlIwKtlon -, Market. Consequently, the dls- of the opening lineup because was led In the singing of favorIte Camp Blinding It was announced Halnes' talk. tired railroad man and has recently : "/ .

of oap and wat- spirited band often played to of sickness. John Anderson old songs by' Sgt. Howard this week by Capt. CliffordM. Joe Wilson! Arch Thomas, and served voluntarily on the

llifn swimmer WI-. small and unappreciative OI aud mainstay of the backfield Berger and Mrs., Jeanette Fas- Alexander Post Salvage Officer Grover Alison were appointed aAa local rationing board. Mr. Edwards -
1'111II' caught In an ed- iences. I doubt If even the Gen- will also be among those missing button. : who will conduct the sale. committee to secure a Scoutmaster whose term will expire

lid, ragged helpless Into eral listened. because of tha troublesome new At the State Nile bane Wed The articles for sale, no long for Troop 70 so that this month, is at present Chair-

midstream waters. 6-semeste ruling. In addition to nesday evening a special salute er serviceable for Army use. will meetings can be resumed this man of the Council. ,
,sift But now that the "administration" -
the six: lettermen lost throughthe consist of: % quantity of tent fall. The
others stood around free rein to variety waa given to the men and wo new members of the
normal process of graduation, frames; mesa gear; bullet metals Council will
In what to do when bandsmen their men from the Buckeye State take their seats at

aIII1ed? yelling for help, our of play Coach Geiger has yielded MarlonManning Ohio. As a special feature of the' ; scrap brass, lead; some am Rites Held SundayFor the regular meeting Oct. 2. Other :
repertoire sprightly arange-
Band Kwlnuners and Gene' Cope to the eveclng a fine letter was read munition chests; Army beds; city officials will be installed

??? unhesitatingly, month to an enthusiastic turnoutof Merchant Marine and Herbert' from Governor Frank G Laus- textiles; scrap tires; bags; some W. L. AndersonFuneral at this time, and members of

r Pic's)rlHk of their own khaki, whenever and wherever Flllyaw to the Navy. Alternaterain che of Columbus, Ohio' Refresh life preservers and a .nmaller the police force will be appoint

|at t the In and l swamthe they perform.: and steaming heat have ments were served IU Intermission quantity of plumbing mipplles services were held! ed.

plunged man. It And while we're on the sub- made practice sessions a coach's by the Junior. Hostess com and building material Sunday afternoon> from the De-
11 catching ject, let me brush aside your nightmare.So mittee. Capt. Alexander, who has received Witt C. Jones Chapel for Walter New Schedule For
tough job up notion that bandsmen are useful L. Anderson 6U, of 70S: McMahon -
much: for the headaches. On : numerous Inquiries on the
wat- birthday luncheonfor
Jblni In that swirling only for hoisting a tune The monthly 8t, Starke, who died Friday Red Cross Canteen
harder job the cred'.t: side of the ledger: the Wives' was held sale of Army vehicles, statedthat
|ud an even group
and then. Mast of afternoon lit the Alachua
every now Coach Geiger lists plenty of that the Surplus Property Division
lag him now uncon- the time, over here, music is old Tornado fighting spirit and on Thursday with' all September of the Department of Commerce County Hospital In Gainesville. Mrs Bertha Pearce, Chairman if ,

ashore downstream Ar- their sideline. Our bandIs birthdays being celebrated. Ap Interment was In Douglas Cemetery of Canteen for the Bradford,
just !! thrill-packed session, Is the selling agent for
adnilnlster- promises a birthdaY'pi..!/! e car d t traced s
I plratlon, propriate .
outfit, too, and near Lulu. County Chapter, American! Reel ,
fighting and
a ,
bandsmen for fans who turn out for the : the places all at the vehicles including jeeps '
the rescuing In to man more than half ; Mr. Anderson was a memberof Cross, announces a new schedule
i digs clash of these traditional high decorateH table, and NOT the Army. Camp Blanding
hit prettily for workers In the Red Cross
of Division. Headquarters perimeter vehicles for the Methodist Church and the
school rivals. "The Lake Butler to those does not have Army
''i the Incident was brought defense when the need always draws a good gifts were presented sale. Masonic Lodge. He was born I In Canteen at Cump Blandlng. I.'r I.
game wives whose birthdays\ were cel '
attention of Ma j, Gen. arises Piccolo Pete gets his crowd," he said. 1879 in Folkstone, Oa, and had Beginning on Saturday, Sept. j'
I's Martin, Dixie comman- share of detail work, just like will been a revtdent of ''Starke for 15, the Canteen will be open!'

j warded both, men the GI Joe, and often functions on Probable starting lineup A apociai c'lrtQn exhibition i is 300,000 to 400,000 three years. Friends ,e of>> the family . from 12'00 noon until 2.3: (" A,.
d Soldier's Medal for valor he! Charles Thornton (Gnpt.LK; HOW on Uloplay !lie the Club auditorium ; ("' ... . v
a labor gang.Recently : Moltz- [ :Men Have Passed fleVved pnt-ltrera;: 1f. Th* Btarke ,4dhi4ieersiwetve(.. I. ) I
Weldon LT 1 B. C. .
ail b /onc1 the call of Division Steve ; the clever 4i: 'owing* having Tuesday' ,,and. Saturdays and ron
wife Ernes
Head- his
a endorf, LQ Jerome Eva.C; Through BlandingCamp Surviving-. 4-
| Charles Dismukes (Oko- ; been mad by Pvt Allen Eilimer the future schedules will be as ,
quarters convoy came to a river McRae or Billy Miles, tine two daughters, 1>lrB. Marjorie '
nn,) who taKes sax and Barney Jr., Co. E. 210lh ITB. ; follows: 12.00: ; noon to 4.30: p. f y "9,
spanned only by a frail pontoon( RG Jimmy Godwin or Jack Is BlandtnK/ has trained and Mrs Louis ,
; The Campbell
4 t bonors In the band! and I Camp ni.tnding public m.; 4:30: p. m. to 9,00: p. m. and
Johnston (Clearfleld, bridge unable to bear the weightof Hall RT; Billy Edwards!: RE; cordially Invited to see the work 175.000 infantrymen since I the' Willis, both of Starke; two Dons, 9:00 p. 0to\ 2:30: a. m., i .
loaded trucks. So the musicians Charles of the punt's Infantry Replacement
; Is
Ralph aillstvlio
ho plays a smooth trum- of this promising Robertndel'aon of Savannah, ) ,
mobilized unloadedthe Center In Au Mrs. Pearce states that, t the
Milton Norman, Training
In were LHB
Mooney, ; of Lancaster, Pa.
the medals In a t1 ;
total Ga. and Herbert AiXlerson of Canteen la now a full Red 't roast
trucks, toted the baggage F B; Al Harley or Doyle Conner rust 1943, and has seen a
before the entire out- across the bridge on their backs RHB.Funeral. Among th s hostesses who of between three and four hundred Bunnell; two brothers, Maurice project' and sandwiches, coffee, s;

tiuckacioss- served at the Club on Saturday thousand soldiers pass milk, chorolntn, orange juice and '
and after the empty Anderson, Nahunta, Ga. and
Sew York commands ed, reloaJed Last Week Pearce, Mrs Robert Anderson, Adel, Ga. and
City) Warrant Officer David man, Mrs Bertha September, 1940. the Public will be delivered to the Canteen
all this,
tIcal:: aggregation;: and ali managed to squeeze In a dally For Mrs. T. J. Moore Bryan Whltfield, Mr. Jeanette Relations Officer announced.In one sister, Mrs. Geneva Rauler- where It will be prepared by
i It's' still called the Dixie the Christian and Miss Amy Co- son. Brunswick Ga. There was the Volunteers.
My half its rehearsal except during : addition approximately 130- another sister, Mrs. Alec Rosier, s
membership Mro. Ollie R. Moore, 62, died bu.-n. been inducted Volunteers serving munt en- ,
of combat. 000 Floridians
[ hails from north of the height for whom, funeral services were roll In Canteen Aid Clauses of :
Sept. 2, at I -
morning the Induction
Olson One bandsman was the victimof Sunday into the service at post's also held Sunday in Campvllle. '
Line. You can seede Starke, following a of the local U S 0I started 10 hours as soon as the classescan
not long home near The staff Station since It
; i foregoing Incident that a diagnostic mixup I She died t the preceding Tuesday be arranged. Mrs. Pearce I
clarinet was tak- prolonged lllnes. has become complete this week processing Selective Service men
Mtherners Our first "
have nothing on ago. were held urges the Volunteers to secure f
Funeral services I Of that number
In December 1940.
Inks, neither In valor orass .en to the dispensary In hastily agony Wednesday afternoon, Sept. 5, with the arrival of Miss Eisicunean 104,962 were Inducted Into Rites SaturdayFor as soon as possible plain white 1

one night. His Illness was In the Union Primitive I ) staff assistant Miss Inductions uniforms and caps .
he at 3 o'clock the Army and 22,644
appendicitis so Mrs. J. F. ColleyFuneral
., when Maj. Gen. diagnosed as Church with the Duncan, a native of Florida, received for the CoastGuard
field Baptist were
t where medics said he Rev. B. H. Rawls the Rev Leroy Marine Corps and Navy. services for Mrs. J. F. Baptist Church i
) hospital Mathematics from
commanded the Dl- and
and the Rev. W. M. not Include the
and evacuatedhim Wasdin, This figure Colley who died Wednesday,
the boy had orders had gall stones State College for Womenin
Florida "The Macedonian Call' is the
Interment was
officiating. number of people rejectedfor following I
hospital Moody large Sept. 6, In a Tampa hospital, ;
headquarter to play to a station received a in Dyal Cemetery under the direction Tallahassee. Since then, .she service or the thousands ofprelnductlon ; a lengthy Illness were title of the message to be brought '

ach morning at rev- When the Band has been a teacher for the by the Pastor of the First Baptist -
KeyMcCabe.Pall examinations givenIn at 3
and onto during each copy of the death certificate-, bearers were Zary Crawford Board of Public Instruction In addition to the final induction held o'clock Saturday In the Methodist afternoon Church. Church this Sunday mornIng i 1'I',

You can Imagine the cause of death wa-t-pneumonia Clayton Crawford, Ulysses Clearwater, and has spent a roceas. This over-all figure compares The Rev. Schuler Peela, superintendent at 11:00: o'clock. The evening rl

I Utter done that, was Rhoden Hassle Rhoden, Arthur number of summers as counselorat with a total of 1,343,110 Inducted of the Galnesvllla District Happy Hour of Song and Chorus 1

Rlgdon, and Lacy Rigdon. a camp for employees of a since September 1940. in officiated. singing will feature a sermon on I

is survived by her large New York City departments the Fourth Service Command the subject "A Sit Down Strike"
Mrs. Moore three Miss Duncan joined the Southeastern Born In Levy County on June At 9.4&: Sunday School meets I,
Bits J. ; the seven
Negress Blown to husband, Thomas comprising of the lateJ. 1
e ; daughters. Miss Rosa Lee Moore, usa Division of the National Y. States. 8. 1880, the daughter Robinson Mrs. with departments and classes fJ

Moore. Starke; W, C. A. a year ago and comesto E. and Rhoda for all ages and their subject
Edith E. cessation of hostilities overseas
Miss The lived In Starke for
Starke after a year association Colley had thin week Is "Judnh'a Concern
four sons,
eved of Jealous Mate Mrs. Lois Cox Miami; USO In Neosho I! has made possible release of many years and was a faithful TrainIng
Revenge Raiford; Clarence with the for His Family. At 0:43: -,
Lloyd M. Moore Moore, Missouri. additional Information on military member of the Methodist Church. Union will discus the "Bap
and Cornelius Command A her husband J.
facts of the Service Surviving are
S. is skilled In organizing tlst Pattern of Political Free
Moore, Miss Duncan
lino min- Starke, and Nelson total of $9.588,210,000 has been Frank Colley; one son, J. Ray "
) (Starke's negro settlement) experienced and directing groups In dom. Wednesday t 8 p. nu.
In the seven states, accordIng of Kansas City; a brother.
version of the atomic bomb at 6 a. m. Tuesday Also surviving are two sisters all sports and recreational activities spent Gen. Edward H. Colley Robinson, Rochester.N. mid-week service Is held with a .
to Major C. C
g when a cement block house belonging? to Carrie Azaline Rlgdon and Including folk dancing at Hol- period for all to have a part. ,
Mrs. general Mrs. K. L.
Brooks commanding sister
; Y a
Colored) was blown to bits by an explosive charge Mrs. Easteran Rhoden, and 11 dramatics and arts and crafts.A Atlanta. A peak of 1,434,000 later,; Tampa, and two nieces. Everyone ls. Invited to worship h' I
at of the services anda
welcome has been extended any
termined character. grandchildren.Born I hearty men in the Service Command has Mrs. Charles A. Darby and Mrs

ego Small, Carrie's husband or ex-husband (theslship In Baker County, Mrs. Miss Duncan not only by now ber-n levelled off at 849,123. J, K. Wainwright of Starke. cordial welcome awaits all. ij
in'Mail moat of her the staff but &lsc by the community
being somewhat confused) is being! held Moore hid: spent Troops will continue to be trained Interment was In the family ,
where she wasa of Starke Rev. J. L. West To Be
under a big cash bond on a charge of arson. life at Heilbronn in the IRTC to be used as occupation plot In Crosby Lake Cemetery

r Nary: hearing was held before Mayor Chas A. member of the Primitive Baptist forces. under the direction of DeWItt C. Installed Sept. 21

u1P.' M.... *.',*.-......_.._.._..'.'h...,r_: -* Church. Griffin Promoted Going full strength Is the War Jones. Pallbearers were: Freeman j

to Personnel Center,, Roglater, A. J. Thomas, N. An Installation service will beheld
afternoon Department :
Monday : hereof '
returned received
tat to Hester Grim ven- Jacksonville where she Is taking Sgt. Godwin FreedMrs. Word of Lt. Col. commanded< by Brig. Gen. RobertS D, Wainwright, Jr... S. E. Sparks,, at the Presbyterian Church I
the promotion
'I\tgresa\ with Lieut. Col K. Perryman, and E. W Friday evening September 21st
_ who formerly course.. 8th I. Israel I, Jr., E.
1 operator's f
Griffin 0 the
beauty W.
a received a Owen 8 for the Rev. John
the diapers W. F. Godwin William A. Shllletter as executive Hayes. at p. m.
of cuts
many 12 small headquarters General Staff,', now stationed -
lei Small explained Marine Army Lewis West.Prominent. .
DOW in from This Includes the rapidly
their 30's and telegram officer.
s and neck and a D. C. In Manila to the rank of of the I
terrific on his back In Washington Separation Center, TabernacleDr. men Presbytery

ttuwa! her explosion to Jarred from larger OM on his head by ay- Tuesday stating that her son. full Colonel. He is the BOO of I which expanding handles discharge of Florldlans. At The will be In charge and a full I '

leap he out of the houseof F. Godwin has Mrs O. J. Griffin of St. AUgustine will be announced later.
about 6 o'clock Ing that ran Pit. Sgt. Wm. John McNelll the Scotch program I
*. Monday la which he was a Japanese and a former resident of The public I I. cordially Invited
Tw! first a neighbor been released from Personnel Center i is a vital EvangelUt of Washington D. C.,
thing I knew The
explosion Before entering the service i "
of the been a Starke. .
1. time had to attend the service.Presbyterian
the He
at have
were to staying, camp handling the redeployment will arrive Saturday
my head and Into a parked prison since the I Col. Griffin was attached part of the poet,
fling Lord; de- and ran prisoner of the Jape Dec. 23 to the office of General Collins of overseas returnees. charge of services Sunday at the t

Hester, Whole own house truck. fall of Wake Island at the State Arsenal In St. Au processing those being flown from Tabernacle.' Those who have "

t/han 100 feet from the The explosion, which was heard 1911. I I overseas to Miami, and all Incoming heard the! unique messages and

Sole her allover Starke alarmed a gustine. men Into the service. wonderful piano music of Dr. The Presbyterian Church wilt

a hbr kenowito prop- good portion of the population Clinic Hours McNeill, will not want to miss b e open on the coming Sabbath,
pane'"T rushedto New ConventionThe and those Day with the following program: ; .
part of a flying bed- and the fire department Singing RevivalA hearing him again, )
1ai the the Bradford Evergreen will School will convene at
her rood fortune la ,the scene to extinguish Dr J. C. Miller of unacquainted with his talent Sunday '

... little short of blaze that rose from the rubble. County Health Unit wishes Bradford County Singing successful revival l was miss a treat, not to hear him.He 9:43 with the Sabbath School
., Hester. mlrac- firmly embedded that the venereal Convention will meet with the very Baptist i Is different from many preachers ansslon, under the supervision of
glass annoance
Bits of broken to held at Evergreen
111 of near- will be held on Wateroak Church on Sunday Rev. ordinarily heard, and Is an Mrs. Jeanette Young. The mornIng -
Arlgo denies' his 'In the sldewall disease clinic 23 for an all-day singing Church last week with the service will be aC: .
Ill, and ,
build to 12 a. m. Sept. outstanding musician. In addition worship
9 assisting
feneral belief B: J. E. colored school Tuesday' from C. B. Emory of Live Oak '
Out asWednesdays by clothing session. To locate this church, Newton. to the piano, he plays the 11 a. m. with the pastor, Rev.
at bits of Rev. James
II that ing ndfrom limbs of towering 5 to6p.m.and planned parenthood go out the Heilbronn Springs! the pastor, addition tothe little English Concertina he carries J. I. West using as his theme. ii t S
pre-naal one '
he There was
dynamited Road and turn left Just before Great Preacher With a Great 1
held on him. "A ;
to the be with
to will testimonials
fine ,,
'attest clinics t
*n trees church and
even" Is ;
with plna .
Heilbronn. Everyone P ul. I
house 9 to 12 a. m. reaching Church He will be In Starke several Theme. t
she left him to force' of the explosion. The Thursday from take lunches were given. ) d
I and will be conducted Invited to attend and and Is also booked for The VotingPeople will meet at
each days
UonV1Ue1th anotherno' U ,completely demolishedgives Well baby clinic for dinner will be served onthe services are held regularly 8 m. Sunday evening. +
"It ncaie 4:30 m. on nearby towns p.
: p.
Is small- 1:30: to at the church.,
thought that StArkites a from grounds at noon. Sunday night '

;; bodily harm to her version of what a blltiedxaust town Thursday. / 1 i ietl

known that the had look like. 1




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Bennett to Macon, Ga., after spending a with Mr and
parents, Mr. and Mrs Mrs,
c$ THE BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH 0 S Wilkerson.R. I" furlough with his parents. Mr. New RiverBy of Ralford. L Sej f'
Mr. and
State i Farm L. Bradley is working in and Mrs. W. A. Brown. Mrs. E A..
Mr. and Sjlpp M,;
Jacksonville.\ 'Tls. very nice to see Mr. Hut- The School Mrs. Math
Established 1877E. By 'Mm. Bryan Wbitfleld M. B: Futch \Is teaching schoolIn ley Clark behind the counter of . . . . . . children Clara and Sap au,
L. Matthew ______________ Editor and Owner . . . . . . Baldwin. Bill Reddish's store after receiving Lake Butler were called JUdy

ANNIVERSARY TEA Mrs Carl Edwards was visit- his discharge from the Church services were held Sun- bedside of Mrs. SapP'M to t tb

TMdhled Weekly on Friday and Entered M Second Class Matter Honoring Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Ing her mother-in-law last Wed- Army. day morning and evening at the Mr. Lula Haniwho ot Malbere
i q a Mrs. M. Shaw of Jacksonville\ Christian Church by Is vary ill at
Florida. nesday.H. Long Bridge this (
at the l ot Office at Starke Bouvier on their 49th wedding
anniversary, Mr. and Mrs. Cecil C. Kelly was In Jacksonville was visiting Mr. and Mrs. Russell the Rev. D. A. Greek of Jackson- Mr. and Mrs. Robert Ward
on business Wednesday. Carter Sunday. ville. He and Mrs. Greek were din- children of Starke "u
Opinions Voiced O THOSE OF US who have 40 McRae friends were and at relatives home to Sunday about Capt. and Mrs. Nichols have Mrs. Louise Crosby was absent ner guests of Mr. and Mrs. S. L weekend with Leslie and Spent t 14

been wondering: about the afternoon between the hours of moved to Middleburg.H. from school Monday be- Crews and family.Mr. Sapp. while their parents pe

"> iSg General Lowry future of Camp Blanding four and six. The beauty of their C. Crews Is spending this cause of Illness. Mary Jane McCarthy and Mrs. C. E. Andrews In Mulberry. kr
I '. Slarkeites- and Starke could not help took her place as teacher Mr and Mrs. 1
-if. Encourage home In McIntosh was enhancedby week in Jacksonville and children spent Sunday with Jay MOOdy
but be vastly encouraged lovely arrangements of marigolds H. C. Kelly was a business visitor of the 3rd and 4th grades. library Mr. and :Mrs! P. D. Reddish and family of Jacksonville were ad,

,: LL'' by the words of General Sumter L. Lowry as he stood and coral vine and duringthe to Mlddleburg Friday. You Is should see how We our need- family of Heilbronn Springs.Mr. sting friends and relative. h v '

before the Rotary Club last week and stated that he party hours Misses Betty Sgt. Garrett Is leaving this 'progressing. alwaysuse and Mrs Joe Moody and Sunday:
chairs and we can
1 was convinced that the future use of this reservationIs and Cecllo McRae served punch week for his station In Californ some more books. Most cf the family spent Saturday afternoonIn Mrs Jessie Lee Lazenby, J 1
for and wedding cake from a table Lake Butler visiting Mr. and her children Joe and j
assured many many years. ia.Mr. classes are saving their nickels John |
that wan attractively decorated and Mrs. Callie Grlffls and resumed her position I
an- I Mrs. Chester Moody family.
theorist. He is The 7th and teaching
General Lowry is no visionary a to buy new books.
r 4' with coral vine and jasmine. Mrs. nounce the birth of a son. Mr. and Mrs Joe Moreland and Wesconnett near Jacksonville.
with i background of i 8th grades have bought "Bam-
a many
practical man Bouvier was becomingly gownedfor Linda Crews spent the week- If daughter Joan of Jacksonville Mrs. Rosa Pin b .
is his bl" and "Lassie Come Home. 0 III r
years of military experience. Camp Blanding this occasion In embroideredaqua end with her grandmother, Mrs. spent Friday night and Saturdaywith Brooker "spent, last weekend'Mr.
"'+ "hobby" and, as such, he' is vitally interested in its and her corsage was of Perry Davis. anyone has a few extra books would or their parents, Mr. and Mrs.G. . and Mrs M.: F. s
f', future. Having spent much time in camps in various white althea, jasmine and orange .."I Irs. Clyde Carmichael a nd a few extra pennies, we library. W. Andrews.Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Wlgglnl
them for
parts of this country, and also( having served oversea ; blo soms. Mementoes of the afternoon children were in Ocala Saturdayon appreciate .our Itemsto and Mrs. Ira Merritt were spent Saturday In lIiett

1 *: ,. General Lowry is convinced that the set-up at I were gifts and "the business. If Insert anyone in has this any column: news or! me t I v l s.lfrln....,_. Mr. and Mra Tllrtt. Sa__*u..*V"nll Mr. and M rs. George JacksOnVIJ_Edltar

Blanding is as good as can be found for the large-scale bride's book" with life-long Mr. and Mrs. John Brown paper give It to one of the children and family of Jacksonville Sun- Mr. and Mrs. Remer Ed*.,
training of troops. The War Department must think friends included in Its! list of Mitchell and Rebecca were visit- or teachers day. and their Uncle Henry Edwa,

' so too, the General points out, in view of the huge num- guests because Mr. and Mrs. 'I ing Mr. Brown's mother of Or- Mr. and Mrs. Everet Clark of Mark Earl and Lucille Moodyof all of Tampa have recently b,
Bouvier lived in that lando
ber of men who were trained for battle here. "If the formerly this weekend. Sante Fe were visiting Mr. and Brooker spent the weekend visiting! Mr. and Mrs, o I Tro
section. Mrs. Geneva Crawford was with their grandparents, Mr. and llnson and
wee not well suited, you may be quite sure that Mrs. Richard Clark. spent Friday ni
{ ?a camp Farm friends congratulate Mr. shopping In Jacksonville Monday and Mrs. O. B. Moody and other"rel with Mr. and Mrs. Roy '
here Thomas
the Joe
: the Government: would not have put men Mr. and Mrs. Ton-
and Mrs. Bouvier on their celebration in atives. son and children.
t Lillian Thomas were visiting
i General[ Lowry stated. of this anniversary and Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Wynn of Mr., and Mrs. Carl
. . . . . . Lake City. Nettlesson
la spite of the evident fear of some Congressmen with them are anticipating with S 1-c and Mrs. H. D. Starling Starke were:! visiting here Sunday. Elbert spent Sunday II

that they will lose a few votes back home, we believe pleasure their golden wedding. and daughters were visiting her, Seeber Spears of Jacksonville Mrs. Mary Whitehead of Rai,
4 that the country must have peace-time military con- The W. M. U. of Ralford Bap- HeilbronnBy parents in Lake City.Hampton. spent the weekend with his broth- Mr. and Mrs. J. s. Snmn
scription. The opinion expressed in some parts that tist Church met with Mrs. J. M. er-in-law and sister, Mf. and Mrs. Mrs. Ethel Johnson and son r

ls volunteer service will fill the needs for occupation Bradley Monday afternoon. At The School . . . . . . Melton Kerce and family. Mr. and Mrs. Delbert Green
; forces, and also the huge forces that will be necessary the "end of the meeting Mrs. . . . . . . Mrs. Maggie Kelly is spendingsome Sunday In Hampton visiting sp
? k is sheer wishful Bradley served cookies with iced time with her son and and Mrs. T. J. Perry.
for the defense of our own country, The Junior
Sunday School Class
tea to those
d'' ; present. daughter-in-law Mr. and Mrs. H. Bud Johnson spent last wr
Y a thinking. Friends are interested in a recent -!' of the Hellbron Baptist Church By Mrs. M. C. SweeneyThe C. Kelly of Lawtey.M. end In Lake Butler with
il; If .Congress at last enacts a compulsory military communication from Lt. H. gave their' teacher Mrs. Harris, . . . . . . S. Hayes of ,Gainesville was brother-in-law and sister

i' training bill, as we believe it must, then Camp Bland- II 0. Davis to his parents Mr. and a surprise party Friday night at visiting Mr. and Mrs. C. E. An- and Mrs. Delbert Green.

o t j ing will occupy as important a spot in our peace-time Mrs. W. N. North In which he her Mrs.home H.the State Farm. of Parent-Teachers School Associa-will drews Friday afternoon.Bill Mr. and Mrs. A P. Johns ,
national life as it has in time of war. told of having contacted Col. L. Bradley spent a tion the Hampton Williams of Lake Butler family and Beland Johns w,
week with
her of the
mother and father hold its first sea
O. Sheffield who and Mrs. S. L. Mr.
was chaplain was visiting Mr. visiting and Mrs. N. A. Cj
P here before entering the Army.Lt. . In Milliard. son on Monday Sept. 17 at 2:15p. : Crews Sunday night. ner of Midway Sunday.
:. New Canning Plant SOMETHING NEW has Mrs. Orbs Cowart, Johnny m. in the school auditorium.
Davis is based on Salpan and Mr. and Mrs. Marlon Moody I Mary Johnson of Camp Bla|
been added: a modernly has completed eight combat missions Cowart, and Warrenetta Knight The lower ''grades will present an and family and Mr., and Mrs. Al- ing is spending this week i
May Help Save: equipped canning plant to were visiting in Brooker Sunday. Interesting program at this time
over Japan. Since the dec- bert Moody and small son spent her mother Mrs. Ethel Jo
e" Much Lost Food serve the people of Brad- laration of peace he Is making Mi, and' Mrs. Charles Crews I and( parents from Theressa and -
have moved to Jacksonville. Hampton are given a most cor-
ford County. mercy missions into Korea. Lt. I
Destined to play an important part in making possible Davis Is now First Lieutenant. This community has lost one of dial Invitation to attend. .
Its best loved XT. I Mrs. Doris Hicks
citizens Mrs. J. entertained
.' t'' a more adequate diet for the people of this community Mr. and Mrs. Lynwood Watts Your Clothes
11 Moore. We offer our deepest sympathy the Junior Class of the Baptist
and Lynwood jr., spent last
the plant is now open to the public on Tuesday
: ; to the family. Sunday School Wednesday even- Deserve
1; and Thursday of each week from 2 to 6:30: p. m. choppy weekend and with Chattahoochee.relatives In Sop- Pfc. W. C. demons, Jr.? is ing, Sept. 6, with a peanut boil- o c

Anyone interested in using the equipment should Weekend guests of Mr. and spending a furlough here with his ing. After playing various Good

make an appointment in advance with V. II. Ferguson, Mrs. J. W. Woodward were Mr. wife, Mrs. Marie demons and 'games, Mrs. Hicks served lem- TreatmentThe
vocational agriculture instructor at B.H.S., and it is and Mrs. Bard Gale and daughter his parents. Mr. and Mrs: W. C.Clemons. onade and cookies to the guests.

', hoped that many''' citizens will do so. Properly: used, Sharon of Palatko. Sr. Mrs. G. W. Rahme Sr., had
; toward saving the Mrs. V H. haveas Mr. and Mrs. Chester Andrews as guests! recently Mr. and Mrs.
the new plant should go a long way Mr. and Cope I
r and children of War Is Over But
of New River Charlie children
were ,, Dyal and
i loss of truck crops .now produced their guests their daughter,
twenty-five percent
visiting Mr. and Mrs. P. D. Jacksonville. The Clothing
Mrs. J. A. Odom and her sons,
;t i in this county. dish!' Sunday. Red-I Archie G. Eiland. Lt. (jg) of
.t Jimmie, Dickie and. Terry, who ".'. B. CI k d ,._,._ I _ __I.. .. Continue For
arrived Saturday from their a. nr an son u..u Brady the Merchant iviariiica, ctiuvou -- u-
.* 'JR't Talk About 9 SPEAKING BEFORE a home, Camp Le Jeune, N. C. went to Worthington Springs here Thursday from Savannahto Many Months
local audience several 1 Sunday. several days with his
Mid-day dinner guests of Mr. spend
t. t n,1tller War ' weeks ago, Lt Max and Mrs. M. E. Grlner,, Sunday Christine and Irene Johns and wife, Mrs. Dorothy Eiland. Our. Enlarged and Modernized Plant

Vets Kries Special'I service of- Fowler Miss Geraldine Rosier were visiting Mrs. Lauree Hall of Dasher, Possible
o Returned were Mrs. H. L. I Makes It For Us To Give You
+? ficer of the Camp Bland- Hattie Fowler and Mrs. Martin Nadine Clark Sunday. I Ga., was a weekend visitor here.

' ing IRTC threw out a hint that we think deserves to Qriner and baby son. .Martin; ,3rd, Mr. and Mrs. P. D. Reddish Thornton Jones has returnedto Even Better Service Now Than We
; and children *
wet : visiting Mr. : his former job with the railroad -
of Lake Butler.
-'P' be passed; on to? our readers. On their return, to Jackson- and Mrs. Drew Reddish Sunday aftfbr resigning his services Have Rendered In The Past. We Consider -

;rI In discussing the return home of, the' serviceman ville following an Outing at Gold afternoon. with the ''Merchant Marines.
t C; a from overseas, Lt. Kries urged his hearers to Head Branch Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs Russell Norman Pvt. and Mrs. C. P. Waddell It A Privilege And A PleasureTo

i ; S. ; refrain from' such remarks as, "Well, Joe, you did a Vance Geiger and Bradley Geiger spent the weekend in Jacksonville and Mrs. Woodrow Hicks and Extend The Advantages Of This
t Sti a good job this time, but it looks like we're going to spent Wednesday night with with Mr and Mrs. D. N. Denmark.Mr. children spent Sunday sightseeing -

,b1 have to fight another war ten or twenty years from Mr. and :Mrs.: J. M. Bradley and and Mrs. H. C. Edwards and picnicking at Silver New Service To You.PHONE .
'* and children of Jacksonville\ Springs.
cir family. They were accompaniedhome
now were visiting Mr. and. Mrs. H. L. Henry Touchton of Daytona
Mrs. and
by Bradley 135:
make the
and tactless remarks
Such thoughtless Edwards.
4 'who visited Beach spent several days with
daughter, Carolyn
p ; veteran literally "see red," Lt. Kries said. GI Joe has Jacksonville relatives Thursday. I Mr. and Mrs. T. G. Griffis his brother, R. F. Touchton, who

vf Iv fought a hard fight, he is tired of war, and he likes Miss Myra Land Is In Orlandoas I were visiting Ed Seabright at has recently returned home from ROUT. 313

+ 4r to think that his sacrifices have not been in vain. He the guest of friends. Starke Saturday. the State Farm hospital. His GREEN Temple

;. ,1 likea to think that the home folks think so, too. Even 'Mrs. J. G. Caldwell and daughters I L. R. Starling and son, Judge ,,health Is much Improved. ,
4 if you are firmly convinced that another 'war is' inevitable Misses Mary Jo Lila Rae, and J. P. Starling enjoyed a Mrs. W. P. Birt and Mrs. Owner Ave
4 : ) please keep the opinion to yourself; especiallywhen Peggy and Frances, were with fishing trip at Gold Head Branch Florrie Belle Brown and son La-

talking with service men, Lt. Kries urged. Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Caldwell in Thursday. Marr spent Monday shopping In
S 1-c Phil L. Brown has'gone Gainesville.
This point is one that should be taken to heart, Ocala Friday night and Satur-

? it seems to us. Even many civilians whom we know day.Mr.) and Mrs. Charles W. .

are disgusted with the attitude of "war is inevitable"that Turney \and little daughter, Jo

t1 Y has been assumed by some literary and political Anna, of Jacksonville were over-
: ''l Cassandras. If enough people are convinced that war night guests of Mr. and Mrs. C. Whaddya know ?. . Have a Coke

is inevitable--war is inevitable, indeed. On the other M. Turney Friday..

P hand, wo are firmly convinced that war is not inevi- Hv R. Partney of Houston,

table and if enough people, in the right places, should Texas arrived Monday to visit

R, become likewise convinced talk it, write it, believeit. his brother and sister-in-law, Mr.
."f and Mrs. C. O. Partney.Mr. .
live it our returned veterans could have peace
of mind in knowing that their job need never be done and Mrs. J. B. Stricklandand
son, Johnnie returned to
again. their home in Graham Sunday

_ _____ _,_ ____,_ _ _0_._ ... after having visited /\Irs. Strick-

RJ $ 4 It I I For Safety, Comfort and Economy .'s Davis parents!, since Mr.Friday.and Mrs. A.

r Mrs. Dennis! Fancher and Mr.
FOR COUUTKOU8CORRECT I and Mrs. P. D. Fancher have received -
word that MoMM\ 1-c
e. (;
v .1 I Dennis Fancher arrived in Miami

INFORMATION 1M J1# i I Saturday and is awaiting dis

1'k_ Phone 147 98 7
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cM' 1I Ride Florida Motor Lines Greyhound Busses .


ti a Trmple Ave LACY CONWAY, Agent Starke Flu. Mrs. Manila Crew

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4f Bill Prevatt la home from the
tS' I
army on a 30-day furlough after
! q 2 years overseas. Bill is the son
UNDERSTANDING of Jeff Pravatt.' 01 Nnr
n ql Winifred Rlgdon U home from

based upon long years of wide experience the army on a leave, also. He lathe
t. r and Serving dignifies this funeral son of Mrs. Homer Manning.Mrs. .

x home with a superior excellence in Eva McCaney of Tampa

; handling affairs of sacred discretion. U visiting her mother, Mrs. Car
rie Casque.

t Johnnie Gasque is In Jackson-

ville on business this week. the time o9
H.' C. Kelly was In Jacksonville . .passing day at the corner

''I AMBULANCE: SERVICE Mr. and Mrs. Louis Crews and
children of Starke were In Law- The crossroads with its store, filling station and familiar red cooler is 4U\P"\ /

Funeral Director tey Saturday. ,

j, STARKE PHONE TOur Elma Crews was In Starke one of America's meeting places. There folks meet up with friends and
Saturday C,
local funeral home-enables us to Harrell Edwards has sold his the happy refreshment of ice-cold Coca-Cola. Have '
y a Coke< says a neighbor "
offer conveniences
and services not turpentine business to a Tallahassee -

. v otherwise available. Buck man.Jones: Is operating a and they settle down"to a friendly chin-fest about "what's doin'1."C

//F We furnfah the highest type service at the lowest prices and store on the old Joe Peele place. "Coke..eocaCoby

accept ANY life Insurance policy in force issued by ANY company :Mr.! and Mrs. L. C. Gasque toruiD VNOII AUTHomr or THI COCA-COIA COMPANY 'IV : naturally bear coca.Colt ri gp0
t.' as payment In part or In full on a funeral. Consultation and children of Lake Butler are eaBad br W frindlr abbr
arrlea no obligation. : visiting :Mrs. Carrie Gasque. "Cob"Both__1M quahtJl"-
Donald Wilkerson of Jackson STARKE COCA-COLA BOTTLING CO. ucto TMeoc.colaCo lpa 1.

I ville spent the weekend with his .

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t atic-Pacific. Presidential- Unit ley and the three daughters of No. S9il. I ..;..Intl-;; seeks divorce :Jt'

ii5i i3Aii2d.DElot Citation Filipino Liberation, and George Carter. ORDER OP rmLICATION ]I County Telegraph shall pufelUb.. ,...
'f 12 V 2 Good Conduct. The county nurse, Mrs. Cano- AND NOTICK TO APPEAR Order In next four weekly he-
McKelvey served 42 mirths In va, was at the school this: week. STAre OF Kl.itHIDA to: C". \1. Witness my hand and off''i _.. t
Dustnffar, whose .
the atldrpNN IK Armed at 8mrkc, Florida this August 33.
- -, Southwest Pacific with a We wera all so happy to have hoard fool, N'av121. lion in >' 1, IPU.Ofo'"U."AL.
f-- WOODFIN 1I.\lL. Field Artillery brigade. her. Mr. Bowles also came which Fleet: 1'ont; Offl.I .. :N.iw: York: :f Y? \ 8RAM A.At J. T".....
HOIXIDAY. JIl. JR. You are rvquit nl l of rnurXiuh .
v papayas avacados and souve- to apirear >n ( l Tk Kid < ,
! "f\\GKOF SHIPS S.t"YS JAPS DESERVE Irs We FOUR SIlVFORIt BROTHERS made ma hnppy. He Is a great September :II, I"i I ii;,. In the nliovcnamticl H. I'miBlnK.: : tlalnesvllle, L-
stopped at :
one of ) Court ud< ,
I Phar- TOUGH PEACE' man to work for. Mrs. Starbird : Ruse whrrrln Ally for Fit. 1-21 4t -!4Make
Jr., ,
Holliday. these and loaded ALL IV ARMKI FORCES
,,\MW.. wife i Ja "The laps should be up on fruit. our 4H club lady will be here on I j
Mate l-c, whose made to "We finally arrived at the Another Bradford County father -
.dJ/ ,!' .Mis? Hope Haynes!! of pay through the nose for yearsto lake or rather we were on top and mother with a proud rec- the 18th.Try ---
f I form"!las changed Navy ad- come for the terrible things of this high mountain and ord of four sons in service are vUiogar to remove Ink ; I IA'
I Irks 1S the result of a littlethe they have done in this war and there tlje lake was in the val- I I Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Shuford of stains. Soak spot for a time in + t. X,
.eses between U. S. and If they are let of with a soft I ley. It was beautiful beyond de- Lawtey The names and addresses < warm vim par and then wash as
a4s Britain. peace It will be the greatest scription, with the clouds> be- of their tour "blue stars" usual. '
t :
'fat British-built patrol gun- miscarriage* of Justice in the history tween us and It. In the lake are as follows: The children of this commun- -2

3X: loaned! to the U. S. Navy of mankind." I there was an Island and In the Philip C. ShuforJ S 2-c Demobilization ity have started to High School _: ,
** 1942 were exchangedt This Is the opinion of Wood- Island there was another small Center, Sec. 3, at Baldwin. In the 10th grade ,
at a ceremony In fin Halle, Jr., expressed in a recent er lake. In the middle of the i Bldg. 902, Great Lakes 111. I are Betty Carter Edwin Knight $ r
a I liSfor six destroyer es- letter to his parents. Mr. small lake was a big inactive vol I Sgt. John!: S. Shuford Base FInance and Lois Oateen and the llth, tt'
;f which had been operated and Mrs. W. G. Halle of Starke.At cano rising out of the water. Officer, Apo 220 care P\C, Jimmie and Billy Wilkinson and 1 t''.:$ 1 1t
Leon .
rtJ Royal Navy under lend- the present time Woodfin is There were a loUof service men New York N. Y. He la serving Carter.Letters
the since IMS.ajiidav. stationed with the Navy In the and women who had made the In India. from Harry Moxely to i
rx who had been a Philippines."Both trip out to see It, and it was Pre Joe E. Shuford, Co. A. sister Lula Mae gay he is fine. t
member of the USS Ten- Rickey and Jack told worth every minute of the time 301 Int., 94th Dlv.. APO 94, care lie works in Miami.If .
\Is now aboard the USS how the news of peace was cele- it took to make It. Postmaster, New York. He Is you want to be happy, en- .
:t1/lull. The U. S. crewmen de- brated In Miami and Tampa" "These natives are a friendly stationed In Czechoslovakia.T4 Joy each clay as It cornea Be ""
Ti'tie, British ships as well- Woodfin wrote. "I suppose that people. The majority( of them David L. Shuford Survey happy in it, do not let yourself pa+oiaw
I land seaworthy but all was the general feeling all over are very well educated and Det., 653 Eng., Burma Road< I be hurt or ever be afraid. Do not
'Jt t glad| <1 to be transferring( to the country. I firmly believe, speak good English as well as Eng., China Theatre APO 280 put off being: happy until tomor- !
[rt American ship with its more however that If the people could their native tongue I was quite care Postmaster New York: He row. You have today but tomorrow -
table crew accommoda- see the havoc which war has surprised to find as many uni- is in the China-Burma area. i may not come. Forget/; self _
/ !
: brought to this one place alone versities and high schools as and become genuinely InterestedIn
B. they would have felt more like there are, right here In this city. OWEN W. McRAK: HOME: other people. Smile--<-do good/; Your Old Car Last Longer By PtiJ

,10 ST.RKEIEN! ABOARD seeking a church or some other "The natives all have an intense ON 30-1)AV LE.\\ E each daypay your debtsdonot Letting Us Give You Certified Lubrication
OXSIV ARE PROMOTED! quiet place where they could hatred for the Japs and Owt'nV.. McRae. BM 2-c son shirk your work. At night k
Two( Starke Navy men aboard thank the almighty God rather the majority of them seem to of Mr. and Mrs. H. M. McRaeof you are satisfied., You can go to .Washing. Polishing Waxing.. II I
52,000 ton battleship Wls- than hitting the bottle. want to continue under the government -. Starke, Is spending a :10-day sleep and. rent well. I
min off the coast or japan "11 censonmip regulat I Ions of the United, States. leave with his parents after 13 lo dream of finding money Is Standard Oil Products -
\? been promoted for out- would prmit me to tell you of They don't feel that they are yet months in France and Germany a sign of good luck. Believe It 7
inding initiative and ability In the things I've seen with my capable of governing themselves. with, the Seabees. He arrived in Fun anyway QUICK, COURTEOUS SERVICEGARDEN'S ;
,eir assigned duties. own eyes you would never be- "Take care of yourselves and the States on August 31 and was Always until next week. I I 1
Leonard Darby Peek son of lieve me. I know you wouldn't keep the letters coming." sent first to the Seabee stationat --Lura.Graham.

,. S L. Peek of Starke has because neither would I have Love to all, Davlsville, R. I. before com- S e e .i . . . SERVICE STATION "
promoted to Radio Techan believed them from someone Woodfin.His ing home on leave. J
3c. else. I had to see them myself." address 'Is: Woodfin G. McRae wears the following VAN n. CARDEN. Mgr STARKE, FLA.
ullui KoWv etch, husband of Turning to more pleasant topics Halle Jr., 560 84 00, Armed ribbons: American Theatre, Eu- Cor. Temple Ave. & Call St. ;l lA.a
a Ruby D. Kowatch of Route I Woodfin wrote the following Forces Institute Navy 3142 ropean Theatre with two battle By I"..,.. Edward Norman.

Stark, has been promoted tojinan 'paragraphs describing a wonderful -I care FPO SF Calif.NKLSON stars, and Navy Expert Rifle- . a . . . . a $
l-c. bit of scenery: man.
members of the Wla.mln "Right after dinner Sunday a FAULKNER SERVES Mr and Mrs. Edward Norman f rv
AJ crew
. . . . .
. both men participated In group of fellows from the Insti- WITH STATION HOSPITAL and grandson Eugene Jones were
recent pre-invasion warship tute and I took a trip about 35 Nelson Faulkner writes i : visiting friends and relatives In v c
imtordment i of Muroran Ja- miles out of town to a lake we "Please renew my subscription Clay Hill Plant City, Wauchula and Wav- Here
u, where the mighty 16-Inch had heard about. The first few and keep the Telegraph coming.I erly last week. it is !
BI of the "Big W" pounded miles were rather flat land and appreciate getting the paper By Lura IliirgetisI Guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs.
to rubble and dust one of the everywhere we looked there were and think you are doing a splen- . . . . . .. Edward Norman were Mr and
my'a key war industries. rice paddies. They made a pret- did Job." stood on the steps to watch Mrs. Rufus Green and son Clyde.
For their part in this historic ty pattern with their varied ge- His address Is: TBen M. the BUll rise. ,It was a btll of Miss Nellie Green Mr. and Mrs. UTILITY .
vii' I bombardment the Starke ometric designs, somewhat resembling Faulkner, 237 Sta. Hosp., APO Clyde Robertson of Lawtey. Mr.
m received commendation ate ) a vast tile floor in different 73, care PM SF Calif. fire behind the pine trees. The and Mrs. Edward Robemon of r "y
Captiln's "Meritorious Mast" shades of green. rays of light burst through the Brooker and Mr. and Mrs Gordon 1 1I

tmony. They have won the "After a few miles of this the !SIcKELVKY DICHARGKO; i woods making a path of gold In Jones and daughter Caro-
[ht t to Near the following catnip road began to go up hill and the IN SERVICE 52 MONTHS' the morning mist. Two mocking lyn.Mrs.
ribbons: American Area remainder of the trip was like James F McKelvey son of birds sat on the fence In the L. C. Smith Mr. and BAG
irlce, Asiatic-Pacific with 3 that. In the higher country they Mr. and Mrs. J. A. McKelveyof path of gold. Thus this Sabbath Mrs. Henry Rogers of Waldo andS .
ut, and the Philippine. Liber- grow corn and other crops of Starke, has been released Day was ushered in. I teach the 2-c Alta Smith of Savannah, I
ion ribbon. that nature: as well as all kinds from active duty with the Army adult class and play the piano. Ga., were visiting here Sunday
i third Starke man Edgar of tropical fruits. There were after serving 82 months. He Is I am always happy to be of ser afternoon ,
jktoson, Seaman I.e. also servon roadside stands all along the ''I entitled to wear the following vice. We have four new additionsto Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Frazier and 18 IN. LONG CHOICE OF COLORS 1'
the Wisconsin. way selling bananas mangos ribbons: Pre-Pearl Harbor, Asi the Church: Mr. John Mos- eons Charley and Bobby drove
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'U a.ara uuu.y.
Carlton Davis; Bkr., S-o of For bathing f _
Miami spent the weekend with :
tils family here and returned

**.." Monday night for a even-day \I. .
leave. : ,.F, ,

NOW on their way to you weekend Jeanette In Hellbronn with Norman Miss Springs Margie spent Kersey the For shoppingCEILING .H' 1 + l

", r' f
Beryl Casey S l-c came hut PRICE $2.30 1 /
week for a 10-day leave with
his parents, Mr. and Mrs. T, L.
Casey He la stationed In Daytona ;}

Beach. While They Last. . s

THE FINEST Mr. and Mrs Nate Dyal spent ,
the weekend with Mr and Mri.
Lee Ayers In High Springs.Mr. PLUS 20c
I 00
and. Mrs. Harley Starlingand S FED. TAX
family of Cooter Pond have i
recently bought the farm homeof a
Bill Thomas and have moved i
into our community. w iI
Mr. and Mrs N. J. Davis are I
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states after Isle A MKAMOHISTORES I
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Corner Call aid l Christian 8U. ,
Rev. W. O. Hme Service as follows:

HAS EVER MADE 10 Bible a. m.Preaching. School and each communion Sunday,ser at :

vices at 11 a. m. and 8:00: p. m. o .
Prayer meeting each Wednesday -
at 8:00: p. m.


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II Ai1iI SOCIETY and CLUBSUDC --I(!I Miss YWA Alvarez Members HostessTo Circle Business Entertained Women's I Begins Woman's Season Club Announcing The Agency of:,Perfect GiSILVERWARE Llor BJ,

I II I The Ruth Hainea Young Wom- By Two Hostesses With Forum ProgramThe CHINA GL\SSW.\ItE

Meet Called Miss Amy Moore en's Auxiliary of the First Bap- Mrs. J. M. Mitchell 302 \y. \
of the Starke l\ladiso
Mrs Charles Torres and Mrs.B. fall season
tist Church of Starke met Thurs- FLOOR CANDELABRA & '
Weds T. E. Strickland : BASKETS
The W. T. Weeks Chapter of I* Bigg entertained the Woman's Club opened Wednesday FOR Rh\2:
day night of last week at the
the United Daughters of the Business Women's Circle of the afternoon with an unusual program -
Miss! Amy Julia Moore, daughter horne of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Alvarez -
Confederacy will have a called Baptist Church at the home of In the form of a forum on
of Leonard V Moore and the with Miss Dorothy Alva
:. meeting on Tuenday. Sept 18 at Mrs. Biggs Monday night It compulsory military i I training
late Mrs. Moore of Starke rez hostess.
4 p. m. at the home of Mis was the- regular businessprogram Under the direction of Mrs. W
Strickland, Jr.,
Treadwell Eaton
Madge Middleton. Delegate The meeting was held on the meeting.After R. Morse, chairman of the club's
son of Mr. and Mrs. T, E. Strick- JUST
must be selected to the State land of Belle Glade, wf Convention which will be held with the forum was conductedby
p marriage Sunday afternoon at decorated garden flowers. proram'n' "State Missions"was ship -=
V. ; In Tampa on October 10 and( 11. the Rev. Leslie Shepherd, =
ur 5 o'clock In the home of thebride's During the devotional the 23rd presented with several members '
All members are urged to at- chaplain of the Florida State NEW
tend. sUter, Mrs. G. Paul Raymond Piialnf was repeated by all members taking part. ELECTRIC I
present and prayer was led Mrs. Torres as co-leader presided -
Louise Sage has returned from The ceremony was performedby by Mrs. H. L. Hough, presidentof over the business portionof Particloittng !n the discussionof

i / a business trip to Miami. the Rev. Lewis D. Haines, the Women's So- the meeting and the group whether post-war military I
Missionary training should be on a compulsory RADIOSand
of the First Baptist made plans for the WMU Asso-

.-. I pastor isliurcn__ oeiore, an aiuir'L Improvised '-u___- ciety, who was a guest. Other ; rlAlInrtAl___00_____ _rally__" which unn will nn_ he__ 00 held___ : or volunteer basis, were
p / 1 against a background of guests were Mrs. Alvarez and in October. The chairman Called Col. R. H. Kelly, retired Army

t. gladioli, tube roses, and green Mrs. Tom Harding.A attention to a' needy family in officer and one of the early] ,
the community and the members commanders of Camp Blanding;
ery. short business session was voted to Di1. Lewis F. Haines, professorof
contribute or
The bride who was given In held during which Mrs. S. L. money of I
to them. English at the University
her brother, Jerry Peek was elected counselor clothing RECORD
marriage by to Florida; and the Rev. Lewis D. PLAYERSEASTERN
Moore, wore a lovely gown of take the place, of Mica Grace The Birthday Offering which Haines of the First I II
lv embroidered lace over a white Phelps who has left Starke. An Is applied at the end of the year I Church pastor of Starke.
on the main building fund for I
satin foundation. Her fingertip Interesting program was presented =
length veil wan of sheerest illu- by Misses! Caudle Hazen and the new church, was $1360 and Drawing upon a wealth of Information -

sion adhe can led a colonial Fannie Silcox who gave talkson the regular collection was $11.50. and experience gained AUTO

bouquet, centered with a white "Yugoslavia Today and "The There were 14 members pres- In his many years of service
in the Col. Kelly
regular army
orchid. ent and Mrs. M. T. Oakley wasa
emphasized the advantages of
Mrs. Milton Lang, mald-of- I A social! hour was held during visitor. At the end of the SUPPLYEAST
military forces raised by con-
, ,'} ; Starke's honor and MIMI Moor e'a only at- which Miss Phelps was presented meeting the hostesses served a scription rather than by volun-
The tendant, wore'" an Alice( blue with 4 shower of lovely gifts. desert course to their guests.
enlistment. Dr. Haines
i tary
' finest gown of net over taffeta. Her 'Mra. M. B. Galloway a recent agreed with him and stressedthe STARKE, FL.\
bouquet was asters bride, and Misses Lols Newsome Smith-Lavender -
desirable qualities of stam --IIIIIIII------
+" restaurant Band Mr. Strickland had as his best and Caudle Hazen\who are leav- '- ----------U
4p Ina, courtesy and punctualitywhich
K man Ralph' B. Alvarez, and ushers ing for college were also pre- Mr and Mrs. J. L. Lavenderof he felt are successfully!; :f" 14 F 6' ., _

bar were George. Kenls and Ralph sented with gifts.' Starke announce the marriageof taught in military schools.
Alvarez Jr, Miss\ Alvarez assisted by her their daughter; Nelletha to
The Rev. Mr. Haines; while :
Following; the marriage, cere- mother served delicious refresh- Sgt., William Smith of Columbus favoring a of Do You Believe In Starke?
program peace- :
mony a'* reception apse held in ments of homemade ice cream t Mo. on Sunday Sept. 9. The
time military training expressed
A the Raymond home where the and cake to those present. ceremony took place, at the home an firhlnfnn that BimH a nroirrAm I I Ih'ouid"
} SIZZLINGSTEAK three-tiered wedding cake, sur- or me Driaegroonra parents in : '
fgIv ; not ;gle t-"th-; cultural;;:i

;..a I mounted with miniature bride Jr. Woman's ClubThe Columbia. and spiritual phases of character WE DOThat's :
and bridegroom, centered a beautifully Mrs. Smith Is a graduate of building.In .
j appointed table Lighted Junior Woman's Club met B. H. S. and has many friends
: LOBSTER tapers In crystal candelabra fur- Wednesday ther enhanced the scene. Fruit clubhouse with Mrs. Charles of her marriage. Mr. Shepherd stated that the .

t w SHRIMP M punch was served with slices of Hill and Mrs. Fred Guy host- Sgt. Smith has Just been discharged participants. although; disagreeing -

.I L the wedding cake, cut first by easel! Following the business from the Air Corps after on some phases of the subject .:" ,

the bride and bridegroom. meeting, which was presidedover serving three years in the were unanimous in the
Miss Moore has wide acquain- the opinion that some sort of uni- '... .
by president. Miss Lu- Mediterranean Theatre, where he "
c r tance throughout Florida, having cile Mitchell a social hour was won distinction. and several ci- versal ,military training must be ....' f
served as District Manager of enjoyed, tations. maintained In peace time.

Woodman Circles In 17 countiesfor Preceding the program, the ,

For 'h BConnois the past 13 years. -- club president, Mrs. E, K. Ferryman ; I ,
Mr. Strickland Is project engineer presided over a brier

with the Holloway' Construction business session. Musical num- ,

t Co. and is now statlon- Ir&LMA bers were presented by Miss Vir- .i p

e,1 in Belle Glade where he and ginia Sewell, vocalist, and Miss ..
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di ,;' aeurs his bride will make their home Roberta Whitfield, pianist.

: t 0 following a wedding trip to I .n.1.. .w....._. 'ft"''v..u..v.__1"ftl__. v.__ .u.a..._ IRU-____ .
ip 01 points of interest In South Florida I gram refreshments were served

I Don't let this warm weather I Parker who's doing a bit of by the hostesses, Mrs. R: J.

GoodFoodand, Among the out-of-town guests fool you Football season's I Navy radio operating, is now a Davis Mrs.' C. H. Nasworthy,

attending the wedding were; here ,whether the thermometer : 1st class petty officer . MM. Wv E. Middleton, Mrs. P. ,
Mrs. Alice Andes and Misses Ethel says; sd or not; so plan'a pilgrimage Compliment of the Week: When Li. Bridges, and Mrs. Edward Why We Are Ever Bettering Our

4 1 and Gertrude Vlnlng.,of Sanford to Bradford Park tonight Barney M Rae, called to find out Burns. ._, Dry Cleaning Service and Improving and

Drink 0 ; Mrs. Ella Mae Hardee and and see those two ancient why he :didn't get the last issue Enlarging Our Laundry Plant So
.. Mrs. Mildred River of Lake rivaia'"Butlerville" and BHS he said "Where's my Carolyn

.... ... Butler: Mrs. William .C. Cooper, -try to cut each other's''; throatsin Callstreet this week?" . .' Mr. and Mrs. Quigley That we Can Give The People of Starke

.I ''.'''-1; Mr. and:.. ./,Mrs." Milton ,H._ Langv .a nice port of way .*VT''Shouldbe ,Change'of Scenes:: ;Evelyn Stumphas Hosts .at Musicale j and Vicinity The Type of Fine Service :

t end Mr."' and! ; Mrs: )1errrM'oot:8aDII : a great"littlakgemb, with' the transferred1" from Key West For That ,Thejf)\Deserve. ,Now That We Are I
ti y ,a at family! ; all of Jacksonville; Union County, boys ,,swearing re- back to Miami Mary (To- Young People -
Mr. and Mrs. W. 1... Shiver of venge for' that 65-6. : defeat last rode) Sturges 'is! back in MissIssippi About 'to Return to Normal Peace-Time
-Miss Edna Earl Noe-
en n Ings; and Mr. and Mrs. Mar. /season! ", , after a summer on Kings- gel who left the filet of the Ways, We Hope to Continue The Steady

halt Strickland of Florahoma. ::0--- ley . Glad to see Lester Rob- week for school In Orlando, and Improvement That We Have Already

- - Perked In the"window at the inson (ex-Starklte) back at ,...._.._...Y..1.._. .'.."...._a.G._-II.. ._..I .n.....-....._._....'.. .w..setaJ. ... "inarteU' ,_-" .pavan...u.under. .war-lime.. _. lie-..
Junior Club'a V-J dance last Blanding, awaiting a discharge
enters school In Daytona a musicale -
Portrait Thursday and potted among the after three years in England entitled: "A n Evening strictions.
"' merrymakers the Ronny Mun- helping publish; "Stars andStripes"
with the Masters" was given by
of a "'" dorffa, the Guy Sales, Roy Ward, .- Lester tells of .
OutToniglt and J. - -- - -
Dining Mr. J\lrl. T. Quigley at
/. GW Dot 'an' ..Bill Powell Edna seeing some fruit in London one "
4 "Ecum
their home
Secum. on
a L Happy (Pearce) Hill, Buddy Bishopout day and the shock he received
? Mable, St. last:: Thursday Evening -
Wife ( for his first social event when he vent inside and found from 8 until 10 o'clock. DRY CLEANERSPHONE
1 since arriving home on furlough), out the peaches were $1.50
/ { 'p ;j, Have dinner here In a pleasant Nina Bishop Fran Peek, Louise apiece anti grapes a mere 20c The living room, dining room,'
+ The
She Let's Do
.9 ( atmosphere where> you know Snyder and Grace Osborne at- each I . Dink Hart, back from and 'sun! porch were artistically i and LAUNDRY STAR*

} M A' the food will be deliciously Baking for the Family tempting to chaperone the Camp Adair, Oregon, Is also decorated wtlh; roses :arranged 28 FI
beautifully in low bowls and tall
, Credit for the at-
cooked and attractively served. group ' awaiting a discharge at Bland-
tractive decorating goes to Car- ing . I antlqiio vases. While the guests
44 tr1 J 1 r W4KJY.? olyn Green' an' Sara Poythress, % were assembling, soft music of

Yr with the able assistance of Already discharged is Merrill by-gone days was played on an

Thelma Jennings' . Edna Futch (formerly Captain) and antique music box.

Hill look 3d.quite nice in a black he and the wife and son, Chas. A program of religious and

dress with oodles of spangles, are visiting relatives in South classical music and readings
1s' : SAYS SECRETARY OF AGRICULTURE: and Dot Sale was becomingly Carolina From his long tour formed) the bask of the even-

St at 1 ?x turned out, in black and blue of duty in Hawaii and ing's entertainment and each SPECIAL VALUES

with a Jacket f Hear Fred Ippines. 'number played was preceded by

an' Hazel Guy'were' all dressedup least ono Incident that alwaya some of the group giving a synopsis FOR
Despite Victory Used Fat to go, but the person sup- makes him chuckle . Seemsa of the life of the composer THIS WEEKChildren'a

posed to stay with the chlllun group of our men were con-

failed to show up, so they versing with several "natives"one At the conclusion of this pro-

Saving Must Go On changed their minds! . day and they noted the peculiar glam lively games, under direc-
!accent of one old fellow tion of Corbin Carnell, were

Spotted an' Jotted: Carl (The with a very dark skin and a played, after which the guests "i".r-, n
Stag) Carter, just freed from. flowing white beard . Upon were Invited Into the dining room Sun'

k Every woman in America should know the Coast Guard, lovingly hanging i being asked if he were a native where refreshing pineapple ice SuitsReduced ,, (1.1\\ )

up a framed photostaticcopy Filipino, the old boy shook his cream and cake were served. ,\:. ,

j, krK that our country continues tq face a of his honorable discharge head an.! said: ""No sun, boss.I This Is one of a series of pur- One-Third .r

serious fat shortage. And victory 4 ,. A happy ending to 2 years hails from Decatur St. .In Atlanta ties of' this nature, to be given
over and 8 months of service Frow Gavg1a. I come over here by Mr. and Mrs. Quigley for -
Japan won't solve the problem immedi- Strickland making Kingsley his with Dewey and'liked It so wellI the cultural advancement of

r' ately. We headquarters again after a couple just stayed" . Incidentally young people.WSCS Bathing Suits
must keep
1 on saving used of years at the shipyards . Mack Futch who signed the ,

t ''i' fats in our kitchens!II III Plucky James Davis visitln' dotted line with the Navy a To Meet REDUCED y
Ir friend along Call St. after six month or so ago thinks they ONE-THIRD >

weeks in bed with rheumatic fev- must have forgotten about him
;pr a I Circles of the WSCS will meet ,.J/
1, you have any thought that Don't let tingle dropof er . He's a long way from I' . Consequently, he left Wednesday Monday. Sept. 17, at 3:30: p. m.

{, saving used fats is one of those used fat to waste, well but definitely on the up- for the V. of F. where in the church for their business Large

I wartime chorea we can drop, Little trimmings go of fat left grade . Garnita Hutto workn' his services were desired as a and program meeting. Circle

t now that Victory fa her,please plate, even the skimming on of with Abbie Baggett in the group leader during Freshman One Is In charge of the programand :AssortmentSchool \

consider these facts and tell coupe and gravies are important. FSA office . Dorothy (White) Week . the president, Mrs. W. E.

'A t them to your neighbors.America It i* the oon i.t.nt tmvinj of Oakly going around In a daze Middleton, will preside over the Supplies '
these small amount that count. I Saturday because she's just hada CaUstrreter!i ,surely will miss business session.
dill need letter from Taylor sayln; he'd ioroiny ureen, we pleasant tltlan- C.J II
salvaged fat. Not even at be turn in fat that I be home in a month (he hopes) haired Army wife who has The Sign of Radiant Health We Have Just \ \

the 'peak of our war effort, can re-uted But some . . presided to competently behind I
L r when fats were required for fat lamb,such a*those rendered from the Tip Top cash register for .Q What You Need
'1, s mountains of shell and bombs for mutton are not suitable I Hear quite a bit of roof-shift the past 13 months . Also
re-uM. Put them immediately
,i a and medicines, in addition to in the : ing la going on these days . missed from the ,Methodist choir

,1k' r the ever-present need for soap, And with other fat salvage.after you've can. : Seems Roswell Noegel, has purchased will be her nicealto voice . 1 1r

r were our need for salvaging got all cooking good out of them the Herlong house where She leaves this week-end for the Plenty Of Toys For The Childrt
+ r'' fat greater than now.Our stocks there 1 ia alway a little left. No the H. H. Adams family has old homestead In Augusta, Kansas -I

have been drained by four long matter bow little it U, save It. been living . So the Adams' . Husband, Eugene remains '

el t years of war, and there isn't Your butcher will still give will move into the Guy Sale behind-at Blanding . _, .- .
II y enough on hand to meet all you 4c and :a red point for every house currently occupied by the Hear that Mary (Mersereau) and 8-Inch Steel Skillets - - - -

+ + ,, requirements.. pound you turn in. Save const*- Walter Spaughs , Sorry I Dick Kessler were serenaded by i 6 Pyrex .
q f + t t tently -save every drop yon haven't heard yet, where the a GI pianist playing; "H ere .i Custard Cups - -

Don't let "Victory can-every day-until Uncle Spaughs w'.ll! take refuge . Me- Comes the Bride" and "I Love Decorated Water 3 for -
;2i R' ptychology" blind you Sam says the job U done thinks Olin WWlte, Jr. must be You Truly" when they droppedIn FLORIDA LIVER TONIC I ,

to this national need the moat transferred GI In this at the Bamboo after the cere- Kent Coffee Makers Cory Coffee Ma

ji If housewives stop saving fau : man's mobile army , He's mony Wednesday"' night All FLORIDA UVER: TONIC I. d..lgn.d l to
f t4 yr now, the shortage: will become .. changed addresses again for the of which reminds me to add my old nature r.a tor. that vigorous l..I ling,
noyd) only when your I.wr acts nortnallr -
+ ; even more critical. sixth time In as many weeks! congratulations and best wishes W.arin.... hadach cau..d by
y Secr.ts"s/.t_6feuhr.Appnrrd _nu__._ . A. E. Wall writes the home bihouinti and that .. ..rabl. run-down STO
f..Una or* usually rli.v* by USDA*J OPA. PaiJJor t folks that he's heading back hour by the UM ol 1 thin I gentle :acting
ItrJllllry. I from Mindanao soon, but hasn't So long . See you in the Minulator.. JC..p It on your m.didn. .haft I
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tor the b n lit ol the whole family. Oat
departed yet . W. D.: next . .
\ t (Bill) -Carolyn. your bold now-any Druj: Star. I
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f BITS of LOCAL NEWS SPARs Alta spent Smith several S 2-c of the Mrs. Wm. Norris! has returned Assistant U. S. Attorney and Mr and Mrs F. F. Flume Dr. .and Mr*. M. C. Stith and
days with from Jacksonville where she
has Mrs.
her mother, Mrs. L C Smith at been Hollls V. Knight of Gaines- have returned from two week children Jim and Sandra Beth '
i' visiting herdllu&hter, Mrs ville
were guests of Col. and
the home of her brother and sis- Roscoe Bartley In North Carolina. Their daughter returned to their home In Washington ,
Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. D E
L. A. Davis Knight Monday.
j yr and MLsomw timeSinttEasttirade turned Sunday from six weeks in Rogers In, Waldo.:Mr. and She H D. Mrs P M, Barefoot. Mrs Mr. and Mrs. P N. Limbaugh Mrs. Ressie Olson Bell dau- D. C. Wednesday after a'

\ ? for N. C.. near, -lender-- Atlanta and North Carolina They at the Marine Hospital stationed In- Frances Parker and Mrs. Bernice of Lakeland: and Mr and Mrs. ghter. Diane of Valdosta, G"? lengthy visit with Mr and :Mrs "

feat. Rock. spent the< past weekend with Savannah. They Opperman are enjoying a two H. B. Limbaugh of Arran were spent part of the time In their I ft L. Brownie. Another Don,
formerly lived I
I0"6} Bertha Loper was In Mr. Davis sister In Fernandina In Graham. Veeks' visit with relatives In Detroit Thursday dinner guests of Mr .I I home but have returned to V\l- Bob will remain for a longer ,
11118 on business Monday.t before returning home. I S. F Strickland and Grand Rapids, Mich and Mrs. H U Brownlee. i'dosta'' to be with Cpl C &aekSOn\'Ile: of Punta Mrs. Parker will upend the' win-
& a..o...,_n._.,_.,_.,..,. Gorda spent Sunday with A S. ter In Michigan. -- -- -- n. I
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I Stilckland: at his 1
Kingsley Lake
Mr and Mrs. Paul E Canova stT
I Home. A. S. Strickland has
were visitors in Jacksonville
been 111 but is better. ,

, Sgt M C. Wells Monday. !
came into Mr. and Mrs Milton St Peter Lamps !
Camp Blanding
Thursday of last and children leave this week-end
week after a tour of
duty over-
foe Gainesville where will .
Sun. Mon. Sept. 16, 17 seas. He is spending a 30-day make their home. Mr. St. PeterIs 1. .4 nr,
leave with his wife, the former Large Variety -
employed there
by the Annls J
Miss Edna Hutto, at the homeof Building Supply Co. Floor and Table ,
Lamps "
her parents. __ _____ *,... ,
Medal for'Benny'Dorothy .
"A Miss Mrs. W. R, VVlmtuMly of Mad ,_.__I7
Barbara Cameron will With Beautiful Colored
Ison the
leave spent first part of the f fI
Lamour Aturo de Cordova school next In Miami Thursday to* continue week with Mr. and :Mrs N T Shades

.. , .. Miss Clarice Thomas is spend Green Mrs. and W. Mrs.L. Jordan H .C. Wlmberly and childien I t '

Ing several weeks with her i Table - - $16.95
par- have been
Thurs. enjoying a three .
Wed. Sept. 18 19 20
Tues. ents, Mr. and Mrs. A J. Thomas weeks' visit with relatives In '
before her next session Floor
at Miami. - - - $29.95

in the Desert"Philip FSCW In Tallahassee.Sgt. Mrs. Opal Weathersbee, proprietor I II
"Escape Tillman Hutto of Boca of the Depot Cafe, 1 Is
Raton spent the weekend with spending a weeks' vacation at
Dorn Helmut Dantine his family at the home of his her home near Branford.

.T- Y -- n_ ___ parents Mr and Mrs. L. S. :Mra. Louis Hoffman Is spend- k
=-- Hutto. Ing two months with relatives In

-RITZ- Mrs. LeRoy Grant left Tuesday San Francisco, Calif. 1
to epend several days with :Mr and Mrs. W R. Alvarezand ''I
her brother at their home in son Billy have returned froma :
Mon. 16 17
Sun. - Sept. North Carolina. He has just returned week's vacation at Salt t

from duty overseas. Springs.Mr. and Mrs M. L. Lewis and .
"Affairs of Susan"Joan Mrs. James Golbold of 'Jack ?V
son Freddy have gone to Miami A : "
sonville is a guest of her mother "
Beach to live Mr. Lewis having VISIT OURCHILDREN'S B'
Mrs. W.
S. Stroman and Ms-
I i
Fontaine George Brent sold the Blue Tavern to C. D
ter, Mrs. S. S. Dowling thIs \
Brown of the Florida Power
,.. week. a I
and Light Co.
Wed.Thurs.. Sept. 18 '19 20 Pfc. Robert Cottrell, who recently J. J. Truby has returned t 0 and ... .
Tues. returned from Germany, his horns here after spendingthe
and his father, J. D. Cottrell -of In NURSERYDEPARTMENT
summer Waynesville, N.
Was A Leesburg were guests for several C. with his brother-in-law and LIVING I I ROOM SUITS 4, r..
"Eadie Lady"Ann I
days this week of Mr. and ; sister, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Kil-
Mrs. W. B. Sewell. Ilan.
Miller Miss Carol White is spendinga Mr and Mr.. D. T. Clark have COMPLETE THREE BEAUTIFUL PIECES
vacation In Jacksonville With! 'returned to Miami after a visit
Hal Mclntyre & Orchestra her slater, Mrs. C. W. Savage here with Mra. Clark's parents FURNISHINGS

ow __ .... _, _ _'_ __n_.__.';. Mrs. E. E. Lansing Is spendinga Mr. and Mrs.N. D. Wainwright. For TheNURSERY Only I $179. '95
short vacation In Indianapolis, They were accompanied home
Indiana.Mr. for a vUit by their niece, Mary I
and Mrs Harold Snow of Katherlno Wainwright I
NAT SEZ: Dawson. Ga. spent the weekend Friends: of -Mrs W. A. Colley, IT'S A FACT YOU CAN DO BETTER AT
with Mrs. Snow's brother and who has been In the State Farm 4
fL sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Van Hospital for several weeks, will
? Now I ain't crltlclzln', of '
H. Carden. be glad to know that she Is John H. Denmark Furniture Co.
course, but 'tVhrn a'Riiy la doing
: I greatly improved and is now
J Mrs. Harold Mills and children -
:otj,; 'C a good job I believe In leaving Harold Jr. and DorothyAnn visiting her son and daughter- PHONE 151 STARKE, FLA. ,
'him alone. According to my no- of Green Cove Springs in-la\v', Mr and Mrs. Carr ColleyIn
tion, old TOJo was doing a swell spent the weekend with Mr. and West Palm"Beach.
Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Registerand ,
Mrs. Percy ,
Job of getting himself out of w
Mrs. T. M.'1: Hutchings went to daughter;.Catherine, of Miami -
the way the other day. Why Jacksonville Wednesday to meet stopped for a brief visit las _. .-.. '
dldrf11 we Just look In the other her daughter. Mia. R. G. Dod- week with Mra. Register's mother ,: _.- ';" -- -.r :" '. .- : dt

direction fill he was through? son, and new 'son, Thomas Glen, Mrs. W. F. Godwin. They; 1
who will spend some time with were on their, way home from a
Mr. and Mrs., Hutchings. She vacation in North Carolina.
has been with Cpl. Dodson in Miss Caudle Hazen left Saturday -

C. to enter her senior yearat
Wilmington WTj. I
Pfc.: 'Harold A. Crews hnd Pfc Blue Mountain, College In Miasourl -,
With all your I George W. Davis of 'Starke were ', .
t among those returning to the M. C. Thomas Is being transferred -
States from the European Thea- by the Coca-Cola organization -
.a' tre of Operations on the Queen to its plant In Sanford. t1 .
BLOUSESe Mary which docked early this I Mrs. Carrie E. Adams of Jack-
week. sonville i is the guest of her son

6-:; \' Miss Shirley Colley spent last and daughter-in-law, Dr. and ,r''" f
weekend In Miami She was call- Mrs. H H Adams. ,
4 ed home by the death of her Raymond Warner of Fernan-
grandmother Mrs J. F. Colley. dlna spent tr.e weekend with hU

Mrs. T. T. Long and sons Tom mother-in-law, Mrs. Janlo Aveiy
""11 ; went to Baconton, Ga. Miss Ann Astor left Wednesday -
'* "r ;u< and Dave
.' Yk<< wrI Thursday to spend the remainder for her home in New York

: r id' \ of the week__ City after spending_ some time .., '.
with Mr. and Mrs. Louis Shaf- r rs
DUiKee of Hollywood I
:Mrs. E. N. I "
/ Fa! has" been spending a kln here. ,) I I f i .
{ 1f"f .t few days with her mother, Mrs Col. and Mrs. D. K. Knight
S. E. Jones of Sampson City and had as guests last weekend Mm
JUMPERS visiting friends here. Mrs. Jones Knight's brother-in-law and sis L

f has returned with her for a ter, City Larsen'Manager and Mis .c i 1
Charles of Lakeland
short time of recuperation, froma
and SKIRTS \ recent IllnesS. They were enroute to Jackson
out-of-town at- ville to meet Mrs. Charles Lar-
I tending Those the funeral of Mrs. J. F. sen, Jr. and children who have 7)5ti5'I: j

We've racks fall of wed 1a I Ij Colley last Saturday were: Mr. spent the pant two months In _
tailored well fitting v and Mrs 13. E. May and daughter. North Carolina Lt. Larsen, Jr. (
1 Jumpers and skirts In a sR' Sheila! of Hernando; Mr. Is a surgeon In the Navy and 1-------- 1- ; = !;? : r'I
wide variety of stylesfeaturing and Mrs C E. Robinson, Miami; has been In the Pacific for the itiof'
I John White, Mrs. past two years.
and Mrs.
I but t 0 n--down, rwelter Mr. Mr. and Mrs John E. .1. Howling, Sr. and Ernie _
and pleated treat- Edith Dowllnff, Jr, are ,In Pompano on
I Fugate and Mr and Mrs. George Hj Hj.RLJi HjS
Lowman, all of Williston\ ; Mrs. a 10, day business trip. 'I

s K L. Hollister, Mrs. Wm. Low-Fred i ,.
man end: Mr. and Mrs. S
Blackburn, all of Tampa; Mrs. A. USE j
R spencer and daughter, Anice. 666 :;py

Mrs. Carl Chambllss and son,

h i Andy Mrs. Bessie Huntley. Miss Cold Preparations 1 I

1 ? 1 sI Fugate RubyFuate., all of and Jacksonville MlfllJ! Eulalie; Carr Liquid, Tablets, Salve, NOM 1t 5- THERE" are still' some I lobs to be done *by thousands

Colley and Mr. Eva Garnto of Drops Vile Only A* Directed ', t of our boy and girl In uniform . some Job p

West Palm Beach and Perry Fu- across the tea. Keep up their moral at Christina

gate of Chiefland.Mrs. time when thought of home really! "bear down."" : I
Moseley left for a , II f
month's. Edith vacation with her SALES GIRLS S ,, % Be lore they get their Christmas parcel ON TIME. ; I r
I Ili i daughters Mrs. Lillian KeaUnc ,. '5 Here are torn very Important regulation wise i f' ,
I of New Orleans, La., and Mrs! WANTED 1-, r' lender will reipecti Mall package between September .'

I r r ti F. S Stevenson of Orange accompaniedher Tex. ..4,. A ?' 'y i s 15th and October 15th 1745. Weight limit "'I I

Miss mother Bea Moseley as far as Jackson- Steady Work -.. i I. 5 pound Size limit 15 Inche long or 36 Inches .1, l

i I tI vUle. combined length and girth. Wrap and seal pack I 4

Mrs. Bea Blrglnal of Starkewas Good Pay age secure/! Pack tightly.! Address legibly I In Ink
civilian war I
one sales of supervisor at Camp , r. a or typewriting. Prepay postage In full. Send money '

bond Blanding who were recently Set Mr. Pete / In postal money order Do not include perishables/ (

placed on the Secretary of War. Blanding Center Stand Intoxicants, Inflammables or poison Avoid fragile st
Honor Roll for an outstanding ] 1. article

sales record.
I I Friends. of Ptc. O. P. Hutto I. d

will he Is be now Interested at Camp to learn B1andlng that 4 ACTION I RELIEF MAIL PACKAGES BETWEEN SEPT. IS-OCT. 1S /!. '",

$5.95 'awaiting a discharge from the ,

-, Army. FOR ACID INDIGESTIONs *In 'he/> day to come Florida Motor lines w'ffiove finer coaches and ,
D. Vining
--- MI' and Mrs. L. bitter service, to give/ you mote luxurious highway travel, than ever btforu.
and Mr.\ and Mrs. Tyler Jonesare \
JACKETS in lightweight fabrics; and in mono- In New O.'leans. La., where

Plaids checks team up '. Vining and Mr. Jones were
thes. or stripes-to lh-A \ tr.
above. called on business. t s } LORIDA4OTORUNION

$6.50 Saturday Mra. E.for S.a Matthews visit in Orlando leaves 'tlr

-- with her son-in-law and daughter -

Dr.nd: Mrs. H. B. McLen- SOeeDCarpenter's UNION BUS STATIONLacy Conway, Agent J..

don. She will accompany Mr. ........L. A\'r;. PHONE 117L : ;
will'go on i to f ;

Sternberg's Matthews who of the Railroad Store . _.._ ..,.._ , __ .., "._u_ ,_ u_ __.... '__ __ __. _,.., . ... ,.. __,. 'It
hearings Drug .. . ..
for .. .. ,.. .. .tr
Miami Commission. . .. . - -y - --- "' --- n .u. ;'" . -.-.... - .,_.... "-'.-....... ""- I II', .I '

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Nov. 9-- Fernandina H ere.1Watch ; .1 -.
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J. P. Roberts t Every DayBargain
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Every Type of Insurance Motors t Day
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." ,( \ Get'Em Tornadoes Everybody Out Go To
'' ri? Game Tonight, To The Team !
,, To Bradford Park! TORNADOS
New Method Temple I '& L a k,e. .

14 : ;, 7' Cleaners Service Station 1 Geo. C. Johns Kidd's Sinclair Eastern Auto|

I1: Furniture Co. Service Supply
The Tornadoes Have Open
'. Day and Night
tF Got What It Takes
.1 //'* A Pleasure A Good Team TUXEDO FEEDS
'. Union i Bus To Back Deserves WILSON TOOMEJFERTILIZER(

a k.+ i Milligan's Grill Station Lunch The Tornadoes Good Food
-Eat At-
gf' Charley E. Johns Carl I J Job h
For The New Fords! Three Registered And
Graduated Pharmacists Catering To The 'Well- FEED
Agency *
: They're 'Worth Waiting For Always On Duty Dressed Man AND

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1\ rmcriT COLRT. nit --- ------- ---- ---- --- -- -- - -- -..- -- - __- --_ ._-n--_._n_.- ,
.p Preaent with Mr. and Mrs. ('i"vrv, FLOllln.'. i\ KOIIn- dress Is. Ftc E. C. Row*.20143320 Addition to Starke "
IILACKIIY. % Sec *8. Twp. S susnoe 1941Description
Y Supply: net, S. C. V. K47 Camp San & ed Court and cause, wherein plain
R. 22
Greene and their daughter Dor- Harold P. Frederick. Ll>ul.. (,)blapl>. California. Name IS of Property.! SE', I tiff seeks divorce and annulment. .
Lake Plaintiff. vs. You In which assessed, 17nknown of NK14 NF.V, of >.
othy. were Capt. Mildred are required to 8K .. Sec. Id I Pradford County Telegraph. shall I
and Mrs. Uroderlck Defendant.. appear on ,
'ogsley Roger Case September I 8. K. It K .
No. 8990. 24. 1945. In the above Certificate T'N''m: publish this Order In next four '
Mr. No. 233 Year of Issuanc.
Poole and Mrs. Broward named Court and cause. wherein In which assessed Mrs. weekly Issues.
Strickland Mrs. Lola ORDER OF PUBLICATION plaintiff seeks divorce and restor. 1(41Description Onle Fre.m.n; Witness my hand and ofriciarseal I
. . S 0 Hiers, Mrs. AND NOTICE TO APPEAR ation or Maiden Nan,.. Bradford of Property 5H A A portion of Certificate No. SIT at Strk.s. Florida. this. 8e... '
Louise SPATE! OP Com at N\V Cur of NWVt. of dWVi Year I
II Hill and Mrs. llcPher- FLORIDA to: MlldrM County Telegraph shall. publish. this a' of Issuance It 41. temher 6th. 1945.
run 1
Broderlck on Hep line
of to a
Greene. daughter ford. N. Y.whose residence. U Mum- Order In next four weekly Issues. thence K to within 80 ft of post the Description of Property SU' of (OFFICIAL NEAL A. J. Thomas
thy of son.Friends Witness my hand and official seal center of Ry 8K" <". of SWk, ex 1 lot In NE Cor. As Clerk of said. Court.
thence N Parallel I
jlrg M. A. Greene of Broward and Gene You. ar. required to appear on at Starke, Florida this August 22. with Ry to N line of said NWVt W. of road ., ex about 1 A on 8 Zach If., Qalnsvllle, Fla.
1114 home September 14, 1945, In the above l\fU.\ of SWCi, thence W Hide" W of road II ex that por- Atty. for Plf. I." 4t ,.19
Strickland be
been sons ot to Hec. _
L,,, Lake, has Mr. and Mrs. named Court and cause wherein (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas S3 Twp. t M. It. 22 K. lion K of road 13. II.... >1 Twp. 8 _
recovering Broward Strickland, will be glad plaintiff seeK divorce. Rradford As Clerk of said Coin t. Name In which J. N. It. S3 Lc. less Com at W side of iv i
I days T. Frank assessed C. riHrirr coi IIT. nn.ti) 'OHn
County Telegraph shall Landrum ftarke, Florida Jones 13. 180 ft. N on 8 line of
to hear of their publish thin ; ( '
'n. NT .
". i
ha been return home Order In Atty for Plf. MCV, of F.O"IUHI ( 11'N
PlneSmonla. next four weekly. Issues. 8-24 4t 9-14 Certificate No 330 Year of 1saunnce run N 200 ft. W .,:..Y.
1 25 days at St. Saturday after three weeks at Witness' my hand and official' seal, IV 1941.Description. 220 ft. 8 w2t)8tk K to nt of lies, Annie Hell Pennine. Plaintiff
bed, at CIHCIir vs.
Htarke. ( 01 HI1. Sec. XI R k.
to Florida lilt 'UFORD S3
St. Luke's August 22 of Property. Henry
in Jackson- Hospital in Jacksonville 1945. < >! Vn' Allv'.4 DennlnsT. Defendant. Case I
Hospital FLOIIIIMl IV (.'''.':'1 of Name In .
nt'S with ( CKHV. > JSKV: .,. of HNVH W of Hy. fee: 30 which assessed.. Un No. 4021.CWDKIl. I
: typhoid fever. OFFICIAL SISAL A. J. Twp 7 8. known: ,
la a nurse. Thomas Merrill( R. 23 R. OF PUr.TJCATIOS:
she As
\wre! Norfolk Mrs. U P. Dorsey of Live Oak 1'. Frank Clerk of saId. Court. )O I..I.. Mae F. hopkins Plaintiff v. Name In which assessed, T. J. Certificate No. (.1 Year of Issuance AND NOTICR TO APPKAIt i /"'
of Lundrum tftarke Hopkins Defendant.' Alderman.All 1941.Description. 1
Lois fliers Mra. : Florida Case No STATE\ OF' FLORIDA to: Hen,,*
I L to make her homer Kay Miller of Jackson Atty for Pit. 8-34 4t 914iv I, ORDER 3972 of said. property beingIn the of Property Lot S Denning, whose residence and ad I. I'
'IS come ville recently spent a few days OF PUBLICATION County of Bradford, State of Flor of Ink 37 Temples Addition to dress Is Lilllncton. N. C. I i
Broward AND
Mrs. NOTICE TO APPKAR ida. Starke: See." 14 Twp. S \ (
l8ter 'II''I'IT roi'RT. 8. It. XI K, You are required to appear ot '
visiting Mr. and Mrs. Broward CO1!NT V. FLOHlIJAl U>FOHU Mae STATE OF FLORIDA to: Elsie Unless kuch certificate or certi Name in which. assessed. Un October S. 145 In the above nam :r
l&D4. Strickland.Mrs. ('..IIY. ICH.W- unknown.You Hopkins. whose residence Is first,. shall be redeemed according known; el I Court and cause wherein plain t.
be sorry to hear's Allen to law the prop.l'ty described In Certificate No. 283 Year of Issuance tiff seeks dlvorcn. Ilradford Conn
j. We Pearl Weekly of Ocala andS. Patrick Plaintiff vs. Ella are required, to appear on such certificate or certificates will 1941.Issciptlon! ty Teleg-rsph shall I publish this I J\:.?
Strickland's Illness. .
F. Strickland of Punta Gorda Patrick Defendant. Cane No. Sim3. September 24, 1946. In the above tie sold to the highest' bidder at of Property All Order; In next four weekly Issues. 1
1 recovery. ORDER OF PUBLICATION named Coun and cause wherein the court house SWV4 of HKTVi of NEt. K of Witness ,
a cpeedy on the first road my hand and official I
fOr him A. Greene spent Sunday with thel'!' parents ANn NOTICE TO APPEAR plaintiff seeks divorce.. Bradford Monday In Month of October. t II 4!&. S..,.. 82 TWI I H. U. 23: M, seal at Ht,rk*, Florida this ,
and 1 Mrs. M. Mr. and Mrs. A. S. Strickland. Patrick STATE: OF FLORIDA to: Ella County Telegraph hull publish) this which Is the 1st day of October.. Name In which assessed, ItoovorFutch tember 6, 11146.OFFICIAL Sop'I' f
Doro- whose residence la i Order In next four Co. ..
their daughter un- weekly Issues. 1945. ( KUAL) A. J. Thomas. I I..i
:JIntd chowder supiriheir -j Pals of Frow Strickland will known. nations my hand and official seal Dated this :27th day of August, All of .said property besot In the As Clerk of. said. Court.. I ;" ,
a1th a fish be glad to hear that he is back You are required to appear on at 945 Starke. Florida. this August 17. 1945.Ji.'l4ICIAL. County of lIr.dtord.Ital./:! .. of Flor ('h... H. II..M.. 204 RealtY Bid*. ,.
) home, Saturday. September 21. 1945 In the above < ( 5lt ) A. J. Thomas ida. Jacksonville. 11'h.. Atty. for I'lf. J I' ;
home after
li. caught the working 2 or 3 years named Court and cause herein (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas Clerk of Clu-tilt, Court of Bradford Unless such certificate or certi 8-7 4t 9-SS 4WL
S. Mr Green at St. Johns shipyard in Jack- plaintiff seeks. divorce. Rrailford As Clerk of said Court County. Florida 8.31 4t 9-21 ficates shall he redeuixd arcnrdlnic \
'oftheyear in Kings- County Telegraph shall publish this R. H. Duncan, 611 Lynch Building I to law the property described In ''I'll riurriTroi ('lii "T, IIIAI9II'ohlt I :"I' '.
ftJh Tj trout. "Old sonville. Order In next four weekly Issues. Jacksonville Florida Ally for Plf. ix ('lItI'II'I' ('01 NT. itit.\IIKOIIIIOlNI' such. rertlflaale or certificates will 'N r,. ...1.t..D.\I iv ('iI.t' > '! ; :'
1-2 pound Cleon Wooten son of Mr. andMrs Witness my hand and official, Kent 8-24 4t 9-14 <- \, .'I.O'U"'II" be sold tit the highest bidder at IKE 1. '7.
". wac: used for the chowdercream Carl Wooten nt Starke, Florida< this August 22.: t'KHV. the court house d.>or i,n the first Kunlce Holler. Henderson. Plaintiff, I ni '
and punch In home on 1945. INIH< i IT roriir. IIHIDFOHU Johnnla Mlxtm Wilder Plaintiff .Monday In month of October vs. Fred hi ".Henderson. Defendant i'' ;
cake 184& "r
c leave from the Army.Woodlawn. (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas ( 0' VTlp KI.OIIIIHl IV tlltV-! vs I.IIVB M Wilder, Defendant.. Case which .Is the lit day of October, Cuse Nn. 4(131OlcniCK: ',
As Clerk of said. Court. KHV.: No. 4000. 1945. OF PUBLICATION :,)J' t
Xiich H r>ciuilas Bainey 10:. Holder PlaintIff va. Ola OltDUR. OF! PUBLICATION Dated this 27 AND NOT1CM '" '
a S 0 S S S S S 0 0 0 SO Gainesville. Fla. day' of August I'mMA ir''f.'i'' ''
Atty for I'lf. 8-24 4t 9-14 Mae Holder Defendant Case. No. AM NO1ICIJ: TO APPUAK. 1045.OFFICIAL. STATIc 1>F ) to: Fred 1 R. :
4(12(1.( 8TATH OF FLORIDA to: LoysXI. ( 8U3AL) A. J. Thomas, Henderskn, whose. address .Is, : Pfu < I
C 1 iruin ORDER OF PUBLICATION ,Wilder whose address Is-204 Clerk of Circuit Court of Ilradford. Fred' l U Henderson Asn. 'J697tll: ;+( 111t"",
IT roi HT. ni %ronn AND) NOTICE TO APPEAU A, Moult. street. North Charles County Florida. 8-31 41 D-21 ,'0. C.. 9th Ann.I Knir: I"n. Alii fJ;; '<:
rol'\Tlf' ...0111.\1 IN 411KHV. ts.! STAIR OF FLOIUDA to: Olft ton. South Carolina, sIll %! Postmaster, New York N. Y. 1 '
By Elma Crews ( Mae Holder whose address Is Route You are required to appear on You are required to appear, on ji1"d', :'..
I Rffle Heoley.: Plaintiff vw Elmo No.2, Uurnsvllle North Carolina. Oclober' 1, 1943 .In the above named IV 4-IHC1 IT ,'ot In'. IIIDFOIII1 Vtober H. 145 In the above named '; i
Karl: Sc'filey Defendant. Case, You are t'ut VTit Kl.Ollllltl IV ('H\\-' Court and cause wherein '<
0 S 0 C S 0 S S 0000Mrs. No. required to appear on L'ourtIn, rattles, wherein' plaintiffMMObt. plaintiff ' ,f'
4023. October 8. 194S. In the above han tllvrkpou IL .. a Aft\tl "'..un'v' 4:'EltV.ofl.rL: : ... .u seeks. divorce and restorationof .
.; ; 'Myrtle VanZant was In OllDER!: OF PUBLICATION ed Court and cause wherein plain .Teleorraiih- ;: ;shall: publish;, thin OrderIn ;:( ,\ .lames, I'laintirr vs. neorirla maiden nam. Bradford County
ANn NOTICE TO APPKAR: tiff seeks divorce.- lliadford County next four weekly Issues. Swift: James. Defendant. Case No. Telegraph shall publish this tinier'
Starke on business Friday. STATE OF FLORIDA tuKlmo: Telegraph .shall publish this Witness my hand and official 402ft. In next four weekly Issues,
Rev. and Mrs. J. O. Rauler. Farl: Kealey whose address la un Order .In next. four weekly Issues. seal. at Hturke, Florida, this 2!>thAiiRust ORDKR NOTIi'K( OF PUBLICATIONAND TO Witness my hnnil and 'official !
known. Witness my hand and official h94a.OFFICIAL APPKAIt seal at Htarke. Florida I this Sep
son were In Jacksonville Sat- STATR OF FURIDA! to: UeoraHa tember 1445.OFFICIAL .
seal at Htarke Florida, this 6th I
You Sep SL'AL A. J. Thomas
( )
are required I
to .
appear on Swift Jamvs, whose address la ti- '
tember Mh. 194S. ( SHAD A. J. Thomas, 'I
October As Clerk of said' Court.T. .
8. 1945, In the above known.
day.M. name (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas, As Clerk of said Court. '
ed Court Frank Lundrum Mtarke Florida,
C. Howard of Starke at- and CHUBB wherein plain As Clerk of said Court. You are renulred to appear nn T. Frank I.andrum, Htarke, Florid.
tiff .for Plf. 8-31 4t 9-Jl
seeks Atty
tended church here Sunday.Mr. ty Telegraph divorce.shall Bradford publlwh Coun this Zach Jr. Douglas. Uatnesvllle. Fla.. October 8, 1945 In the above nam Atty. for I'lf. 9-7 4t 9-3 ,

and Mrs. L. W. Page were Order In next four weekly I litmieM. Atty. for Pif.fc 9-7 4t 9-211 iv cmriir' rot'IIT.rorNri. 11"1"0111)" .
Witness my hand and official -
visiting in Mansella, Fla., Sun- : seal at IoItark.: .. Florida this Sep. IV rllt'I'IT COI'RT. nil\l>FORI> EI1". :.
day. tember .th, 1945. rill "'l3. KI.OIIIIMl l\ CIIAMfKHY. Irene Brown Plaintiff vs. Russell
113 E. Call Street I : ilrown. Defendant. Case No. 4UOJ.ORDKR !
STARKE, FLA. :MUss;\ Irene Melvin was a dinner As(OFFICIAL Clerk of SEAL said) Court.A. J. Thomas. John Harris Bounhton Plaintiff, OF PUBLICATION '

guest Sunday of Miss Aud- T. Frank Lundrum Starke. Florida. vs.. Josephine Ilenck llouiiliton De AND NOTICE TO APPKAR .. 'I
fendant. Case Nn, 4Q34. STATE OF FLORIDA to: Hu..n o
Crews. Atty. for Plf. 9.7 4t 9-28 ... Is
rey ORDER OF Pl'mjCATION Brown, whose address Box
\ We have a full line Rev. and Mrs. J. O. Raulersonwere iv: rinri'IT COURT, \nronn AND NOT1CB TO APPKAR8TATH 11UI: POKhatan Point, Ohio.
OF FLORIDA to Josephine You are required to appear on
: -
(the fanciest fruits dinner guests of Mrs. Rachael (''o''r'KHV.Robert''. F..OIIIOt'II..fVf Henck Homfhton whose address October 1, 194S In the above named

Browning I I..: 460 fit. Olden Avenue, Court and cause, wherein plain.
Sunday. Ifnll
Plaintiff vs Wanda 'Trenton NeJ..r..y.. : tiff seeks divorce liradford CaauntyTelegraph
d cegtables. B. Hall Defendant. Cane No.
Remember services 4027.
each Sun- You are required to appear on shall publish this OrderIn
ORDER OF PUPL1CATION October 8, 194ft, In the above next four weekly I..."....
named -
|.4 good supply of .' day with Sunday School at 10:30a. ANn NOTICE TO APPEAR Court and cau wherein plaintiff Witness mv hand and official seal I
m. and B. T. U. at 7 p. m. STATE OF FLORIDA to: Wanda sacks divorce. ttrndforrt County at Starka' Florida this 2Uth August .
Hall, 200 East 96th
Street New
orteningTendfi with Telegraph shall publish, thisOrder 1945.
evening service at
worship York N. Y. '
In next four weekly Issues.Witness OFFICIAL SEAL: ) A. J. Thomas,
\ Beef Roast 8 p. m. Prayer meeting is held You are required to appear on my hand and official As Clerk of ..,,1,1 Court.
October S, 1945, In the
above named '. Florida,
Frank ttlarke.
seal '
each Wednesday( night 8 at Starke. Floi <111. this Sep.tenhec
at p. Court and cause wherein plain 5th, 1945. Atty. for I'lf.' 8-31 4t D-U
flew and Delicious tiff seek divorce. Bradford, _
m. Everyone Is welcome. Rev. Coin.ty i OFFICIAL SKAL A J. Thomas,
Raulerson is Telegraph shall t Publish this As Clerk of said I Court,: iv. rinciir <'ni IIT. Pill UIFOIIU
teaks. Order In next four weekly Issues.Vllness Xiuh If Douglas, flalnoHVltlo, Fin ('Ill NTl. "'I.Oltl"\1 IV CHAN'!
\ my hand and official Atty. for Plf. 9-7 4t 9-28 tiitr.Thomas: ,
seal at Stacks, Florida this Sep -... IF Lowry Plaintiff, vs. NOW. OPEN TO SERVE YOU
COME:\ TO YOURTIP tember 6, 1945.OFFICIAL iv niirtir rot.HT. miI>POHIfot ) Winifred Rose I'vl"nly I Lowly Dofendnnt. , :.
( War Bonds ( HKAL) A. J. Thomas, N rv. Ki.niintti. IN Ilit- Cuoeo. 4111.( ()
TOP STORE [!Buy ] AH. Clerk of said Court. t':11". ORDKR, OF PUHLIC.ATION'
OU; ARE WELCOME R. If. Duncan. 517 Lynch niiJacksonville '. Rdythe W. McCall. Plaintiff, vs. AND I NOT1CK TO APP10AR8TATU

I Jo'la.tty.. for Plf Italph McCnll also known as mil OF FLORIDA to': W lot. -.---__ __ .__ __._ ..___.
TOO Y 9-7 4t 9-2S McCnll. Dofendnnt Cuse No. 4021. fred. Itoxe 'olonIY Lowry whose inodhfter._ :
OHDKK OF I't'llLICATION! address la unknown.You .
-- .._- iv: (IIITIT ('OI'UT, lift tI)9'OllI) ANI NOTICR TO AI''fo Alt are required to appear on ;
COITY FI.OllllIV \\- STATR OF FLOIllDV to: Pfo October I. 1945 lit the above nnmedCourt 1
CF.KY.Tthel Ralph McCnll Jr. 94'IOI23!.| Co. C.. and cause wherein plaintiff
pornpt Service Careful Drivers Green Rowe Plaintiff, vs. SU Knirlneers, APO 752 % I'M seeks. divorce. llrndford County /J the
ErwIn C. Howe Defendant.. Case New York. New York. TeleKraph shall publish this OrderIn
No. 8181 You are required to appear on next four weekly Issues. game5..
ORDER OF PUBLICATION October 8, 194S In the above named Witness my burn! and official
STARKE TAXI SERVICE AND NOTICE TO APPKAR Court and cause, herein plaintiff seal at Stacks, Florida. this 29th r
STATE OF t : I Urwln seeks divorce Ilradford County August. Itl4LDt.'Flt'IAL. 1ij
C. Rowe, whose residence and ad- Telegraph shall publish this ( M13AL: ) > A. J. Thomas, Ii

Order In next four weeklv Issues.VltnesH As Clerk vf said Court. __. _
,. '. .. and ,\ .iMACK'S .. - \ my hAnd and officialsoul Frank. Lnndruin.. Htarke, Florida,
T at dtiirko' Florida this Hepteinhpp : HT. f(,'"" I'lf. 8-31 4t !I-U .:: i -

TAXI SERVICEPhone (OFFICIAL 6th 11!l')4fi.:).\I.) A J. Thomas. iv run-fir < 4>i IIT. lIlt 3 1)FOhi II I '
As Clerk rtf said. (',)urt. (01 %'lY. FIOIIIDtl I IN (tlltft / Ill .
BUDe bS Switch H Dntiicliis. OulneNVllle. Fin ciur.VVIIIIiini.
Atty. for Plf 9 7 4t 9-28 (Oerairl Idea, known asWilliam
150 tleiarill). II I I..u I u tiff vs. .
*O'IICUOF ti'i'i.ifTION FOR Catherine Con bay flerurit Defendant.
EPj"E' 'w\\ I>IKUlloimi : Case No 3905.OIlDKIl .
Day Night I // '" Illll No. INII2: i lfo' l'l HLICATIOSANI -

that F. Af Pnckhnm the holder of 8TATI3 OF FLORIDA to! Catherine -
the follow Inir certificates has filed Conley Start Your said. certificate for a. tax deedto and Post Office Address Is:
be Issued thereon. The certificate .. Catherine. ('..,"I..y ilerard. 67286th ,
a Post War Planning numbers and years of Is- Street Brooklyn, New York.
nuance the description of the propetty You aie reiiulred' to appear on
2 By Placing Your and the names In which It September' 2*, IS 15, III the above. uIOp A. I I 4 ? ct .u t ..s (A
I. was assessed. are ns follows: named Court anal ('au"., wherein --------I--' .'
For Certificate. No. 62, Year of Issuance plaintiff seeks divorce. Bradford :
1941.Description. County Telegraph shall publish this. QTlI III 9ffWSlTO CDammmuum :
EVERYBODY of Property, A % Order In next four weekly: Issues.
These Appliances undivided Interest In NE>,. of NI hex Witness. my 'hand and official
ENJOYS EATINGAT 1% A In NK Cor & ex about 7 seal at !Htarke! Florida. this August NOW SERVING THE STARKE AREA J
A In SR 'or & ex platted land 27 1945. ,
BENDIX In UVV Cor & ex a strip 130 feet (OFFICIAL SISAL) A. J. ThomasAs
wide N&H, Not Illk 4 A 7 ofltell- Clerk of "..1,1, Court. (
AUTOMATIC\ bronn Sprlnsr, Alno. all that portion Walter C. Hardesty, liox 429 Daytona / :
of NWyi\ of NE',. E of road ex H-each Florida, Atty.. for I'lf .J '.
he PARK CAFE HOME LAUNDRY 1% A in NW ,Cor & ex piattealland 8-81 46 921IN i We cordially Invite the public to 1

In HE Cor & ex a strip 130 ft drop by and inspect our fine new u:
N & 8 r N of Illk 4 Hellbronn Up>s., (''ICI'.T (01'11'1' iiiiADPoitn !
HOT POINT Sec. Se Twp. S U II. 21 K. ('OIN'I'FLOH.UAI IV: CIIAN4KHV. dairy on Road 48 east of Starke. U '

Name In which assessed Green A fine herd of and the
St Mitchell; r A. D. Wllhelm 1 Plaintiff,
RANGES Certificate No. 221 Year of Issuance vs. Kfllxaboth Ann Wllhelm.:::: Defen most modern of sanitary equipment .. I f
Delicious Regular Meals 1041.Deaerlptlon. dant. "Casn No 4002. '1
WATER HEATERSAs of Property Lots OIUt;. OF PUHLICATION insure our customers a

Healthful Vegetable Plates 2. 3 of Blk 21 KnIghts Sub-DIv ANI NOTJCF TO AFPKAH. quality product. f
These Become AvailableWe of SWi t of fEVi! \ Hec. 21 Twp 6 S. 8TATK OK1 I'M/mlUA to: .:naa-
H. U E.Nam. 'beth Ann Willi....... whose addressIs '
Short Orders Will Fill Orders In In which assessed. Un -103 W. Ooritas Lane, Clermantown -
known.A l'hlllll.ll.hla. Pennsylvania.Vou PLACE YOUR ORDER NOW FOR DAILY DELIVERY .tj ti
Order of Application portion of Certificate No. 257 are reiulred| to appear on f
Year of Issuance 1841. October 8. 1945 In the above named
Description of Property Lot S Court and cause, wherein plaintiff STARKE MODEL DAIRY J. : ;
LINE of Llvlnrston Trilby & seeks divorce and award of childto
Co's.E'Idd1lron to Town of Htarke, defendant. lIrlld for ct County '
ONWAY'S'Service 14..... 28 Twp. B H R.. 22 13. Telegraph shall publish this OrderIn W. II. NEWSOM, Owner 'i
WIRING SUPPLIES Name In which Assessed CecilL. next four weekly. Issues I
Dotifflas/ ; WltnesM. my hand and official Route 2 Phone r ,'
Certificate No 274 Year of Issuance seal' at tftarke Florida this tthSeptember. Uox 299 83' :
1941.De..crlptlon. ,
Station Electric Motors of Property Fracl ( : HKAL) A. J. Thomas .
S Lots C. D of Blk. 31. J. M. Johns As Clerk of said Court. IfflQBKraCKXUffiBHIHBOKIXDwBKamuKW ammllJUaJaJ .r.
I T. Frank Landrum Starke. Florida I '
PHONE 147 RING :2 FOR SERVICE .. r1 Attv.,. f,.r_ _IMf. 11-7 It *-S8
FluorescentFIXTURES - nn n n

4 & STRIPS iv ('.fl(35 rotitT. P"uP'olln Old Sarge's Place *
fOI: ,NTV Fl.Ollllltl I IV: CHAM

Oil Changing C'KIIV.Hura .
Decca Records Tempel Wolf plaintiff vs.
Mousse Wolf. Defendant. Case No.
Greasing 399*. STARKE'S ORIGINAL _

Waxing Exhaust FansFlashlights I ORDER ANt.> NOTICE OF PURLICATION TO APPEAR 1Jj

Washing Wolf whose residence and Post .
:- Office address Is; Mr. Moses Wolf a. .
: Polishing BATTERIES 97 Hue eon)>an., Paris France. _
AND You are required to appear on
'- September 28, 1H45 In the above
Tire Repairs Shot named Court and cause wherein i!
Hot plaintiff seeks. divorce. Bradford ,
County Telovraiih. shall publish
ARC WELDING thin Order in next four weekly Is- Authorized


\ _ _ _ Lanterns EXPERT seal sues.Witness at Florida, hand and this August official By The 'War Department __


OIL/ Duo Therm WORKMANSHIP Clerk rf said. Court. I ,
& GREASE HEATERS Walter C. Hardesty. flux, 424. Daytona : Operated .
Heach r'la. Atty. for Plf.
8-31 4t ,-2lVOTIfK
By Ex-Soldier
Bed Lamps
State T.' V'; I>KKI: ) I, 1
ALL WORK ll...*. Hill .\n. 1H..:JNOTKJK
Oil Desk Lamps : l4! IIKRKf-Y: (OIVEN.

that T. J. Alderman the holder of HEADQUARTERS fl _
Sealed the following certificates has fllml
COntInC.SRIDE : GUAR.ttNTEEDI said certificates fur a tax deed to ALL ,
be Issued. thereon. The certificate f
Radio Service1Vi1KLER numb.'r and years of Issuance th*
YOU CAN ENTRUST YOUR description of the property, and NOVELTIES and JEWELRY J .

WATCH TO OUR the names In which It was assessed
FLORIDA LITE : FINEST are as folows1: ; .
No. 13 Year of Issuance _
CARE Certificate _
MOTOR LINES BATTERIESTake 1941.Description..
of Property; NH Ben Suslow'sArmy'Store j
GREYHOUND of NW". of IJW>.. Hec. 16 Twp. I :

H. R. 20 K.
BUSSES Name in which assessed: Unknown .

For Safety ".. TheSTAG Certificate: No. 23 Year of Issuance -

Umf e' .1941.Description..
rt& Economy of Property: NH
Phone Electric Service of MKV, of sw Vi Hec. IS Twp. 4
147 R. 20 E.

Care Of It 226 Temple Avenue Carter Bid?., StarkenssS 0. Name; In which assessed Unknown 209 E. Call Street Starke. Fla. I.,_____

rrflrsrSr- Certificate No. 215 Year of Is. 5- --- i I _ _

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': j .,-..._..--------- -- ._ -_ - -- . -------...-.----.- .- ------_. _- -- .-. ,'- = -,-- --- -- 11.j ,
r.r . . . . . . H O. Brown, Starke Florida Igan: -=-
I Mrs. Ernie Johnson of Lake and daughter Diane of Valdosta Recent Births VFW Post PlannedA Atty. for Plf l44t108 You are required ,
; Butler Sunday.Mr. Ga. were the weekend guest I October iii .1 54j. I" te
1 i BrOoker, and Mrs. L. A. Mott and of Mr. :and Mrs. O. B. Colaon. PAUL EUGENE: SCHWARTZ large group of Interested ('oJ"'r1l'. FlUOHIDil. IV - tiff seeks. and divorce.Cau e'wherein elo

By Joyce Atkliwon Miss Bonnie Mott are visiting The revival at the Baptist M.\ Sgt. and Mrs. Ludwig persons met Thursday of last Robert '.R. Stannnrd Plaintiff V*. //n Telegraph next. ..hallllUhU'h thiN" COI,
for few Church ended Saturday night Weekly Urse
Mulberry a days. Schwartz the birth ofa week to discuss plans for organ? Lucile Stannard. Defendant Case leUeM.
e . ,.S . . . Mrs. Nora Sapp was visitingher and was success.' Baptism was announce Nu. 40.14ORDnri. Wianeuuta. ke. .h..nd i and OIrll,
and Mr. held afternoon.KesslerMersereau, son, Paul Eugene .on August Izing a Veterans of Foreign : OF PUBLICATION lenvner iz 194*. 10'101'11'h.\ .. t
1 Mr. and Mrs. L.. O Haen and son daughter-in-law, Sunday Wars post la Starke. The persons AND NOTM-B TO APPEAR (OFFICIAL SEAL
and Mrs. Hairy Sapp'in Jacksonville 28 In the Station Hospital at STATE OF FLORIDA t.In.. : Lu- A, Clerk of .aa"/) /> .f' Tho
'I Minnie Lou vlll1 | ,
,, daughter were -! present decided to ask an clle Stannard whims residence. and I T. Frank ,,,?
1 'Itlng Mr. and :Mrs. R. E Hazen 'I' Sunday.We Camp Blanding.: Mrs\ Schwartz. officer from state headquartersof address. l III: Pox 20, Almont. Mlch- Attv.. for LandrumH Plat rt- P0| ,
... ..
;. i'' Sunday. are glad to report that and the baby have returned to the organization to meet with q--......

t Mrs. C C. Deea and Mrs. c.1 we have a music> teacher at the Mr. and Mrs T A.. Mersereau Starke where they have an them at a date to be announced X*. -

L. Atkinson were v Is i 11 n g Brooker Junior-High School utter announce the marriage! .of their apartment at the home of Mr. later and 'help with the organization , .
friends in Sanderson Friday afternoon doing without one for a daughter, Mary Agnes, to Cpl and general set-up of the From where I sit.. &y Joe Tars
I long time. She Is Mrs. Rivers Richard L. Kcesler of Allentown, and Mrs. H. A. Lawson. new union.Jenkins. r h
of Gainesville. -
Mra. J. W. Kelly and children Pa., stationed at -
Items Delayed Lat Week)
brother and sistertnlaw ( BondR. .
her -
are Posts
visiting MISCELLANEOUS: : SHOWER The ceremony was performed Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Raulersonof Mad
Mr. and Mrs. Harry by Judge J. R. Townsend of: Lawtey announce the birth ofa .. Dogs
Alias! Phyllis Hazen Mrs. A.
4h: 1 Sapp in Jacksonville. I Lake Butler at hIs home Wednesday daughter on September 1. The B. Jenkins posted bond
E. and Mrs. W. E.
Edwards I
t ; Mrs Rosa Carter. :Mrs Hester The twice in August and twice In and
Plummer entertained for Miss night. couple were baby has been named Alice Lucinda WF Wagging TonguesThe
Thomas!! and Mrs. Fronnle Clem- attended by Mrs. Henry Silcox. September on charges of selling* J
Martha with a
Evelyn Markey
one of Starke and Arthur and the bride's sister, and Cpl. Joseph and hauling whiskey and beer
miscellaneous shower at then had "mad dog" about
Illegally. One case is scheduled county a our soldiers
Bfrnlca Moody( of Jacksonville ............._.w...:.... r_".ne.e__ .1o".ltiA".._ _AilD'_ Geegee. JAMES RUSSEL STARLING _... rfM..1....TnUede nwh ..a drinking
were visiting Air. and! Mra C. L. V''' -" -co 10; come before: the; Vine i t; court t scare tact wttuv.u.: : :: A wv"'** 0 u.'u """"" Army
Mrs. Kessler wore a two piece Mr. and Mrs Russel Starlingof camp
3 URt 31.The. in November and one before the bit the postman and he It's Just not
Tuesday. spaniel true as the
pink and white suit with black Graham announce the birth of gove
Center' was beautifully county court next January.I that he was plenty mad merit found
IY S-Sgt., Malcolm Lewis of Ft. accexsorlias. She attended Brad- a son on September 2. The baby vowed out and told ua
Jlomoe. Va., is spending a 10 decorated with fal flowers and about it. :Milk and beer
ford High Schol and Is an em- has. been named James Russel. -.III..T<< CO IIT lilt tIM'OIIIITO are among a so
day furlough with hU parents, the table was centered with the ploye of Camp Blanding. Mrs Starling was Miss Wilma !'MTY. FUOIIII>.\I l\
:Mr. and Mrs. E. J, Lewis. gifts for the bride-elect. Mrs. Jones before her marriage.GRiFFIS T-Sgt., Preston. A. Tanner, Plaintiff around It wasn't the postman why we have the best behav
j :t'. !i Mra. Rosa Plnholster spent' ; Plummer kept the bride's book v*. Sally Tanner, Defendant. ivho was mad It was the dog. army in history. But those *
Informal Buffets
at the door.Contests Cane No. 4016.ORDEn ug!
the weekend' with Mr, and Mra.
BABY OF pirnucATioN And before the troth was learned, rumors are bound to hurt
;i, M. F. Wiggins. In New River '1!I wer enjoyed and Mrs. Popular at CenterA Mr. and Mr'. Collie Grlffis of AND NOTICE TO APPEAR half the kids In the neighborhood rale and cause hard me
Mr. and Mm. Charles Wade Lee Green and Mrs. R. H. Har- STATE OF FLORIDA to: SallyTanner : feeling
I Lawtey announce the birth of a who e residence: I I. unknown bad missed school. while From where I sit,
J Anderson of Jacksonville, Mr. I grave won prize Miss Markey large group of service men 9. : waggln
If t son on September their mothers) nearly died of tongues can
?: and Mrs. H. r, Thomas. Mr. assisted by, Mrs. T, W. Markey, and their wives were entertained You are required to appearon cause a heap mor
October. 4, 1945. In the above named fright trouble than
1 and Mr*. Lloyd Thomas( and opened the gifts for the gueststo at the Church Service Center ZOLTOWSKI BABY Court and cause wherein plain- mad dogs
la ..y Mrs Dan.fl) Pizzi all of Gainesville see. Saturday night Dinner was servo Mr.. and Mrs. Zolt- tiff neck divorce. Bradford County Wagging tongues can cause a

: { wer Sunday dinner guests The hostesses served delicious ed by Mrs. Fletcher Burnett and owskl announce the Sylvester birth of a Order Telegraph In next four liall weekly publish. IKMUPB.Wltnenfl . thin. lot of "mad dog" trouble. LUte c90e '

Of Mr. and Mrs. Lee Green and refreshments of chicken salad Mrs. Mary Plank, Dancing card daughter on September 6. my hand and official wagging tongues that gossiP.
.Real at Starke, Florida. this September -
Friends ,j crackers and tea to those pres games and music were enjoyed 7, 1010.OFFICIAL .
t r 't of Forrest Crosby will ent. during the evening. Ladies ( SEAL) A. J. Thomas Copyri "' 1945, flailed Stout Dmien Fount, ,
be glad to know that he has received Miss Ruth McGauley of Wau: On Sunday evening; a buffet AuxiliaryMet A* Clerk of ald Court. *

: i y, a discharge from the. chula and Mrs. Sarah Dilggers was served for the group of At KingsleyThe --

' a ;. Navy and arrived homa Monday.Mr. of Lake Butler spent the week service people at the center.
t I k and Mrs. Dave Gainey end with ]\\11'. and Mrs. T.V.. These Sunday evening informal Ladies! Auxiliary of the

have moved back Into our community Markey buffets are becoming increasingly Presbyterian Church held its
6 4, f y to make their home. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Green and popular September meeting at the Lake- J. P. Roberts Motors
I f Pfc. Jessie Conerly of Camp family of Jacksonville were M s ( side cottage of Mr. and Mrs. J.

'. t landing spent Wednesday with Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and I F. Burnett at Kingsley Lake
1 A Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Uarry. Mrs. Lee Green and family. Troop 112 To,.Meet Tuesday evening, *

: 1 ( Mrs. Ernie Johnson and children Mr. and Mrs. Dave Green are Scoutmaster M. C. Ware of After the business! session the 600 TEMPLE AVE. STARKE, FLA.
r:, and Mrs. Thelma Johnson glad to that their
report new Troop 112 announces that a party enjoyed swimming: and con- .
}' w t ,. ( and daughter of Lake Butler home Is completed and they have meeting will be held in the ersation. Mrs) Burnett served
; were visiting Mr. and. lira.> H. B. moved in. beautifully appointed refresh-
Methodist recreation building \
r Stokes Monday. Mrs. Belle Thomas of
7 ; Monday night at 8 o'clock.
Dewey Stokes has returned spent th, week with her
sister have been' Present were Mrs. C. F. Ward
home after spending a few Mrs. Alice Thomas.Mr. the suspended Mrs. W. A. Bonham Mrs. V. S. '
during summer months.
: weeks with his slater Mrs. Jew and Mrs Leslie Green and St. John Mrs. E.. M. Davis :Mrs. stonQTIRES
ell KldweU. Mrs. E. J LewU. spent Saturday CARD OF THANKS' O. E. Stansbury, MI's. J, M. &"ir
Mr. and Mrs. Ell Polk and shopping in Gainesville.Cpl. Mitchell, Mrs John Uglow Mrs.T. .

:, Children were vl>>lUng Mr and and Mra. Reisie Colson We wish to thank our many N. Kendrick: Miss Lucille

t 1'" - friends for their -greatly aonre- Iltchell. Mrs. H. E. Boelter. ...... ...... -- """":' ..... -- ...... ... -
r t clated expressions: of sympathy Mrs, R. H. Barber Mrs. J. L. ,

during our recent bereavement.The Vest, Miss Rosemary Roush and

4. Can Use More Pulpwood Colley family. Rev. J. I.. West.Methodist ,. I ACCESSORIES AND OTHER MERCHANDISE

wish to thank the voters
Container Corp'n. of America, Fernandlna, Fla. among the citizens of Starke Rev. W. J. Churchwell

t for the splendid support accorded pastor of the :Methodist Church DODGE & PLYMOUTHSALES

me on Sept 11. During the will be back In the pulpit Sun-

next two years I will do my day and the morning sermon

best to merit the confidence you topic will be "God Plans for a
have reposed In me. Revival." AND SERVICE

-P. 'L. BRIDGES. The Bible Story Hour will be
.. . ., ..... .
-- -- held Tuesday afternoon in the ; :. :,:_-- .,. : --. . :;,.. . . > : : .. ", . ",L

noov KNOW AllOt"rROACHES' recreation' hall ate 3 o'clock. _,=,",_ _. .__' ._ 0.

when >..n fight ronrhr foil try wish to expies my heartfelt
to art rid. u< them nil. not Ju.< thanks to the voters who sup-

I with kill. .III. few or that dust nr you hot rim tinlk hit.aprty ported me so loyally in, Tues- New Fall StylesIn

r Info it iMiwdvr hy ....1........ day's City Election. The people
of Starke have been, good to
1 t K-3-D me and I want each and every

one to know that I deeply appreciate
+ ItOACII K IV. f.F7It:
u' |" IMFFKHUVI': their confidence.A. Ladies Shoes
: I Words without'appropriate action are Horn-he rat It [bvraniiv they Ilk. I L. ALVAREZ.
It. They dry up anti ill Hnfetu
... ..
g. ISou-pulMoiitiuM t man
meaningless. Confidence and built HISIIOP THANKS VOTERS
+ trust are 1 and pvlK. I
1)) I 15c and 25c I wish to thank those who
+ 4 pkgs.
} performance, not promises.To continue voted for me in Tuesday's elec
a r ti to merit a reputation for reliability in this Sistrunk Feed and I winners tion. I and congratulate feel confident the that two .

community, we consider each prescription Seed Co. In their election the people have ,
I chosen men who will serve well
New I.fimtlnni 114 K. CallMTAUKK.
; 4 , brought to us a challenge. :. 1.M' ..%. and faithfully! in this responsible "
F .1 .. fcy Mophall Pr..d..'.. position.

l y Only the finest Pharmaceuticals the market affordsare -O..n.--... Fl. -H. A. BISHOP .

used in your prescription. It is filled promptly by a .. -.. ... .- -- - . -.
-- --- -- -
''t i Q '

s ; + ;q., 4 competent pharmacist and carefully doublecheckedfor CLASSIFIEDMATTRESSES I j .6iVII'-; "

accuracy. Then only do feel
we our obligation. to . .. '
- - -- - -- -- ----- -- ''-
---- --

1 ydu fulfilled.CARPENTER'S. of all kind renovated HAVE IT FIXED Many little f 'gffIII'Above !
; furniture upholstered and thing are breaking up around
rflnlBhe Drop tin a card. the house the.e'day. that :you
gN 4I1! HASTINGS MATTRESS CO., Kox would replace If you could vet
y + ? ? 23e Palattca. Fla. tf them. This 1 i.. fmpolbl, but
; maybe I can fix It. Ak for Styles Non-Rationed 2.95
STRAWBERRY and truck farmer :1'rank at Telegraph Office. tf at - - -
wanted. Will h re-crop or rent.
THE 3tS2 & DRUG STORR 20 acres' land. 4M mlle North of
Starke new 6 room hoime. plastered
light, tool and hone fur- LIST YOUR FARM. CITY AND

"0n The Minit Service" Lafayette nlahed. See and M.Adam R. Judd St.., Starke.corner BUSINESS PROPERTY .

e tt3o'rko'OMS e

s Ore..... . trT opertr. Ha ....
A ever
I ts ?t I Ia n.OOO ."!*. .( Home_F....._ ,
CABINS ANDKITCHENETTES Aer ..,.... for all ever I m Werl*. rre* ..e. tI.et_.

4 Gas Heat Gas Cooking Represented Locally By

LightsCompletely F. C. nOIXINOS\VORTH

118 Sow Walnut St.

Furnished -

FOR 2 RENTFrom Book A Room Ahead SPENCER! de lcned. SUPPORTS Mr*. Bertha Individually Pearce. SOS Ration

For Wife Or Parents Wait Madison at. 7- 8-4tp Stamps Required -.- Price - 3.50Men's

LOIJT -- Yellow cold ladle Ootham -
watch unusual de.lgn In

_-t4'i LARRY'S PLACE Starke reward. Friday Blandlnc. morning 9331 I or Liberal 239

Ai 1000 Feet From D Gate .Ellen Klamin.. K 14 Itp Work Pants Children's Raincoats

KINGSLEY FOR SALE -- Young duck S or
LAKE 6 lb. 311! cent per lb. I. f. Jordan -

y One-Room Efficiencies Up ]": WANTED Pelting-- and carpen.ter .. ,I two. right from of:Starke.highway Itp le. 1.82 3.98MEN'S

work. Reasonable price. LOST -- Female wire-haired fox
Priced From Rte. 1, Box 77, C. W. Batten. terrier, black and brown markIn .
$20 ..
Up .
.14-Ip : Reward If returned to as< .,
Le e.'I.| ciute'. Trailer Park on '
FOR SALE .. 20 acre farm on. OalnemrUle Highway. lip & WOMEN'S SHOES TO 3.50

2 4 room. and one 2 room build In". WANTED TO BOARD -- Three.
acrra . I160O .
Crawford If sold Immediately.on the farm.. See Inquire:Peach Fltt.mall thool. children Writ. Box one 4<3!l'olnato, Slarke. RATION FREE'THRU SEPT. 29

hv at atore In Hellbronn Sprtn*.. It .
wanted. for light hounework
W. T. CLUTE REALTOR WANTED TO BUY __ Music box ter school and Saturday. ., for
with dimes.. meat h. In operating. room and board. Transportation EVERY DAY IS BARGAIN DAY THE
AT -
t ra condition. Write Box 411.A. Itp to chool provided If lntereted
wrIte for further Information:
FOR SALE .. I Duroo male I 1.2 Capt. Ralph P. :Miller, Rt. 2. STOR": Jlot'R SQt1)LTOer. '
l 119 EAST CALL STREET, STARKE year. old. Will weigh about 3110 Bon ISO Starke ria. Itp "
r J ">*. last tock hogs Price S3S. IJST -. On. Orhaeffer lifetime STAR STORE "fiL 1:,
1 W.Brooker P. Bennett, I mile out on fountain pen. Reward. If return. t."RD.\YS 'P\
Road. Lacy Wjrnn'' old THilis
place ed to D. S. Cook aUrby'* Store, CLOSED

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