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 21, 1945
Frequency: weekly
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Subject: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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SO arced Brings Gfs" 'Petticoat. Antics in Fever"Audience to Entertainment-Compete With BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH j!I



on Stage . Medics Enjoy "Joke"
erformarrce
I
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w. ADdertlOd 3r Aoa-tryal-yans see the show or _ Official County Publication Established In 1817 a
T' igt A DiY.. Is it just for the Americans?" .
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I sP' Slat I VOLUME $ Xri-8E\'EN- STARKE, P WRIDAFRIDAY, SEY7F'\IBER 21, 1945 NL'MDdR i RTYEIGlrr :
04 TnP. M, S._F. Calif.o. / "Surely, I assured him "come __ __ __. _ __ .__ _. .__.- -- .. -" n_!>___ ___ .__. ,,
ahead glad to have you." (As 1 if: "

I able knew Ausslea whether were or welcome not the ,like bu Short of Lumber? Then Use Boxes Coach Worried As Tornadoes Face : ,f

by show time they were well t I

represented in the crowd) And For That New House (

s during abee (Los the play Angeles when gal Louise portray Lar-. WLth materials Quigley Says Powerful Gainesville Team Tonight t ; }a

ing Clara) slunk onto the stagein building still at 1
M o. P. I- the firelight scene clad in a a premium J. T. Quigley, local Coach N, Carson Geiger pulls dent and sluggish," the BHS
Mindanao lumber and building supply dealer f M, no punch in his mortum Coach <
number 402 negligee of the type so popular I4 post stated that the plucky outweighed
0 Unit has found at least a partial discussion of the Tornadoes Initial Lake Butler'
& "Petticoatpr1at with pin-up photographers, It boys played
j us with was five minutes before the din answer to the $64 question: 1043: gridiron bow at Bradford harder ball than the Tornadoes I
a comical psyfirS "How can I build a house?" l l.itw
night Park last .
died down and the cast could Friday night.In and In reality deserved to win
study of a vigorous. continue.! "Why not use old ammunition fact, to put It mildly, and In the game "BUS was in scoring .

.IIIg man'l reactlonl when COD.nled and Yes, watching 01 antics. at a boxes?" he replies.That'a printable language, the coach: was position four times and only produced
with two lonely what Mr Quigley did, "very muchly disappointed" once," Coach
arrivedhf show is almost a8 good as. the Gelger commented -
young ladies who shack toting show Itself; there are Just as and with very neat results, as "If the boys don't play a better "Our line outweighed

Labrador radio there many unique and different ae- the accompanying photographs game tonight than they did last Lake Butler's. at least 20 poundsper '
his two-year stay graphically illustrate. Friday night, they'll get run off man. .
] tors present as there are sol-
i an Eskimo handyman asonly diers. One The birth of this bright Idea the field," the Coach continued Lengthy sessions on the practice
thing we are proudof
companion. There was a took place one day when a the titanic struggle with a pow- field this week have the Tornadoes -
here in the lit that no ,
with a rector only 100 army Camp Blanding salvage officer erful Gainesville outfit that will now looking decidedly better
Ion at mental
away. And who arrived at attempt forced regimentation asked the Starke building supply be staged ,tonight (Friday) in than they did last Friday, *..
'ti Is us, as In .
shack Just in time? The rec- the armies of upon the dictators.We man If he couldn't find some use Bradford Park. As this will be I Coach. Geiger still views tor' *""*
of course, for the sturdy wooden boxes that Gainesville's first game of the encounter with a mild form t ,
have to In when
keep step
plaY wu well acted were piling up rapidly on the 1943 season, little Is known of Its shakes.
The eJlthu81adlcaUy received 'marching on parade but oarthought reservation and getting in every- current producing ability but With Crews, Turner, and Moon-

tile 6000 and oar or two are our own andwe're body's way. Mr. Quigley thoughtand there Is every reason to believe ey still on the sick list, tonight's
free to them In
II OD hind 1ft the amphlthea- the and without speak fear. thought, then suddenly he that the University City boy. probable starting lineup will be: \ ,

view it, open had the answer: Why not stack will bring to Starke their traditional Thornton, LE; Weldon LT; Hotts-
Although I went over two full the boxes one on another. and endort, La; Johns, C; McRtr I :
Our who hectic fast-clicking team Coach a
before curtan time I still medics spent build the sidewalls of a house? I Miles, RO: Godwin or Hal' f;
at fourth days Injecting us all with a chol that! He Geiger statedCharacterising ',' .
to sit back la the As simple as promptly Edwards RE; Alvarez, QB doon.ey -
quite a few others had era "shot mixed a little fun bargained for Camp Blandlng'a last week's Tor or Harley, JIB; Norman.. ,
for
s 181II8 Idea, To while away the (strictly from their viewpoint) entire supply of empty ammunition nado performance as "over-confi i FB; Conner, RHB. j 4
with their sharp pointed business
I listened to the phon- boxes some 30,000 at
hour yesterday. On the white medical
*-
records and nearly that time. ,
,,Ipll neck out of Joint trying table with the rest of their (nor- The small 14 x 30 cottage ;; .,

see my all of the little pr.-showMights mal) hypodermic syringe and constructed by Mr. Quigley on ,>.",, " / ,, "j { .- '" .A-llatog .A-cheJon !
that went on around needles was a gigantic 30 c, c. Thompson St., just north of the :" :"- ,

tiuch/ as: Reading one of the hypodermic with a 15 gauge City Hall, contains 400 boxes. ', "':<' '''';i
needle three and a half inches
mimeographed programs that They cost him $40 and representa .

4 It d8trlbuted-the! was the absence odd thing ofCocaCola long, of whlh a: pistol assumes barrel the when proportions you- in saving lumber.of The approximately house is shown$200 tir'ii, Under Secretary of State Dean Acheson is a ; A

t them ad on the back page think you're going to get stuck here before and after the boxes ,. man after our own heart. *
with amusement GIs with It. As a hapless victim approached were covered with white asbestos t tii. iSM1d,+, 1r ti,tu'aU t Ja

ratched ng up sets of obscene pho- to get hla inoculationof shingles. It is being used by Mr. And unless we are badly mistaken, he is a man

japhs at five dollars per from serum, these "playful" medics Quigley for demonstration pur- after the hearts of the vast majority of American ''
goldbrick from would take in hand this elephant poses until all the boxes have : .. rMr
,enterprising engineer battalion. One GI sticker and raise It towards the been sold, after which it will be arP people.His.

the front row had a marmo- badly shuddering frightened subject's soldier arm. If didn't the occupied as a dwelling. forthright and outspoken qtiticism f General -

(monkey to you) performing The box sldewalls are as
In bolt, he at least turned white. MacArthur's "soft" occupation policy for ,
on the stage strong as could be desired, Mr. :
nt itkeyshlnes of the curtain, to every- "When the lookers-on began Quigley points out, and con- .,.. .".., ...... .., .. .. .... .,... .. Japan is confidence-inspiring and as invigorating '
ci amusement. Two vigorousi to laugh and the victim struction Is one-third more rapid

: across the aisle were play- "caught on," lie didn't mind than with lumber. Tops and bottoms Quigley enjoyed a brisk mar nearby communities Oul. D. E. as a shot in the arm.

I ly tussling on the amphlthea- the pin prick of the small or- of the boxes were utilizedtor ket In old ammunition boxes, Knight of Starke bought 5,000 .
'1 epidermis of coral rock: dliry hypodermic at all. In the bub-flooring and roof selling them not only locally, to build a rental house and also It is heart-warming to find a man in high gov- ,

en they finally settled down. fact, it waa a pleasure. I suspect sheeting.As but to lumber-hungry, customers to construct a garage building at ernment circles at last who is not afraid to speakout

I laughed at one another Cpl. Torrence Doolittle soon as this type of con In Hampton, Ocala, Jacksonville, I the corner of Walnut'and Tenth i
and denounce how
matter
ile friends wiped blood from (medic from Kansas City) struction was proved practical Green Cove Springs .and other Streets.. a wrong policy, no

i cuts about their faces,..Soon r was responsiblefor this grim high-ranking and revered the policy maker:',. 4 4Aht

.ll\t'akfn\1
to i up and asked me, "Can >"etiology.t 4 Scholarships :l Here in the minds of the American people 'that the State ; l

Chaa.! A, Darby was elected 1200 Tuesday Department has ,a plan for social and economic '
Davis Tells Vivid Story of Effect Awarded Here I
t chairman of the Bradford Coun revolution in Japan and that it will be carried out
f Jap Prison Life On Air Force Colonel ty TubcrculoHls Health Associationat
The State Department of Education a reorganization meeting heldIn The Bradford County volunteer regardless of remarks by General MacArthur that U ,

I: have written an account of offered by the open sea. The last week announced the the Woman's Club building canteen workers had their busiest will be needed for the occupation I
I only 200,000 men
idea of Japanese I night Tuesday when they served ,
I incident that occurred in the crewmen had a faint award of the following scholarships Monday night. L A. Rennolds
[nanas Islands recently. I was treatment. But let's return to students In Bradford was elected:! vice chairman and 1200 service men at their station and by General Eichelberger that the occupation ,,

sent at this gathering and to the Colonel.He County: Mm. J. R. Wainwright secretary- at the Separation Center at Camp will be in /
over a
been shot down In Blandlng. year.
,
\recorded what took place as had treasure 1
fclMully as possible. flames over Tokyo on the third were The awarded new Lewis to Idalou Scholarships Davis of Two field' secretaries from the Red The Cross canteen and Is Bradford operated County by the The Under Secretary minced no wordsjwhen ,

-Lt. H, G. Davis. 500th Op.. 'B-29 strike' over Japan, date of state office were present and discussed
88Ut Sqdn, APO 231 SF,, 3 December 1944. From that dayon Brooke Starke and These Dorothy provide Crosby$400 per; the Increasing Importanceof volunteers work Workers on Tuesdays needed and he stated that "Whatever it takes to carry this out
i are
Calif, his job consisted of carrying year for each student, and recipients the anti-tuberculosis campaignnow tor Satuidayd the Saturday afternoon shift will be used to carry it out.
I've were called to attention as human dung to Japan's cultlvated that so many men are return-
teach
must to one year Interested
agree this week and
l xemlngly middle-aged man fields. for each year the scholarship is Ing to civilian life from the army is urged! to contact anyone the Red Cross Those are fighting words, coming as they do :
ted'the stage. He was ,thin I Every method possible was to back the It was announced that the Junior but "
order 12 State
used, in pay office. Shifts are from noon from a usually "diplomatic" Department,
1 ry hair fought the nOitoal used to break the spirit of your Woman's Club will sponsorthe
dt Often during the speech kinsman. The food was too money. annual sale of Christmas to 8:30: p. m., from 5:30:10:30' p. m. to they are words that the American people will like
were and from : m.
Senatorial Scholarships 10:30: p. m. p.
follow, he held both hands to meagre to live on. Even then,, Seals in Bradford County this
words that will make
out to awarded to Mack Futch. University to 2:30: a. m.Sandwlcnes and understand. They are *
heed, as if to ease the pain half rations were doled year and efforts will be made to fruit, I

His knees seemed about three types, the criminals, The them Keen, of F S.Florida C. W, These and Barbara provide revise the mailing Hats and bring celery, milk, ,and orange cake Juice are now them go home and sleep better tonight. They are ,
( wilapse.\ His uniform failed and the B-29 crewmen. them up to date. .
that
[St. evidently borrowed from ajet Prisoners of War were beaten, $200 per year.Competitive. served to the men.Rotarians words that will route the frightening specters

man. His voice was weak. overworked, and underfed.In examinations for were aroused by MacArthur's talk of Japanese "co.operation" -
< Via now no leader of men his slow halting speech the these scholarships were held at New Furniture Enjoy I
Ii
'officer near me exclaimed, Colonel said that of 1,100 B-29 the school here several weeks Club Quiz ProgramA making it possible for American forces t i

''God, he's aged ten years!I":: crewmen missing over Japan 170 to fold their tents and silently steal away. t
1.4 Army Air Force Colonelnot were known to be alive. He stated ago.It was stated that the House of Store OpensA Rotary Quiz, conducted by

fiU the above descrip- that the B-29's and the Navy Representatives Scholarship for rfos, E. Wilson, chairman of the General MacArthur is a great war strategist,

> tlylng Colonel is cocky, won the final victory and I men (U. of F.) Is now open and Club Information Committee, wasa and as such enjoys the vast admiration and respect ,
blossomedon
business firm tl
[*ier of his men. He U heal- quote, "The atomic bomb saved Is not being used. It provides new highlight of the regular Rotary
confident and far from to- Japan's face, they had already $200 per year for the student, but Call Street this week as the luncheon here Wednesday. of the American people, but the line that his Jap-

: middle-aged His uniforms lost their rear end." And last of requires that: he must teach. Geo. C. Johns Its doors Furniture to the Company public Tying for first place as the best anese policy is apparently taking In these early
Pottos, his bearing that of all, "Should any of you join The House of Representatives opened informed members on principlesof
|tmaful man. the Army of Occupation, I beg Scholarship for women Is now Wednesday morning. the organization were: C. H. weeks has done nothing to increase his popularity

Bat jet, this .of remember your comrades being used by Miss Phyllis Hazenof Located In the Green Bldg Nasworthy, F. F. Stump Fred I
man WAS a you formerly occupied by Sis- with the people here at home. In fact, most of us
her Sale,
In space
>I In your Army Air Forc- and spare no one. Brooker who Is now Guy L. D. Halnes. Guy
Herein 1 I of Tallahassee. trunk's Feed and Seed Store, the M. South. Guy Sale understand how in his position
Ue* tory yoU As the released Prisoner third year at offers a and Junius simply cannot a man I
know. War. left the stage, there was new furniture company advertised wee awarded the "free lunch"by and with his of the Japanese people "
line of nationally knowledge
Or Every complete the of picking: a '
you picture to shout attention. process
a Superfort- no use Lester L. Gottberg and
trouble his accord and house furnishings, number could formulate such a sugar-coated policy.As t
yla over hostile Ja- Man stood of own attractive addition to ., !
Such filled the Freed By Japanese makes an Clifton Brown, chairman a/ J11'
napping ships like huge sea thunderous applause tears In many the Call Street block. |' the club's Rural-Urban Committee outlined by Acheson, the three main points : ''l.

the not for broken the .wing ot area. There The Colonel were was leaving Mr. and Mrs.\ Henry Gottberg Mr. Johns,whose home Is In outlined ways In which bet- of American policy toward our Pacific enemy areas !
safety eyes. here,
received word this week from Lake Butler, !Is well known and good will
hut commanded. ter understanding
for the uncertain fate th& men he. once i Denfeld, of Lt. Com. R. ''
Louis follows
iI Vice Admiral being a nephew can be fostered between the : I
I Chief of Naval Personnel of the A. (Lex) Green. For the past rural and urban citizens of the 1. That the surrender will be carried out. '
ft Messages County Feels TouchOf liberation from Japanese custody several months: he has been the county Tentative plans were announced -
of their son, Lester Leroy Gott- manager of the local branch of I for a luncheon meeting This covers capitulation of the enemy country and I

rest Farmers Sunday StormThe berg, Aviation Ordnanceman 3-c, the Denmark Furniture Co. during the year to which each all its armed forces.
tterlti'ln' : that who bad previously been listed Mf. Johns announces many member will be asked to bringa I
of our readers e. tropical hurricane as missing In action. Items of interest in his openingad fanner acquaintance.A. 2. That Japan will be put in a position whereit
'f among farm families I.to Is passed along the :Florida peninsula His bomber crew of 12 disap- this week and cordially Invites J. Thomas, chairman of This
warfare. evidently
the Interesting and In- Sunday brought little more : peared In a flight over Indo- the people of this tradingarea the Club Service Committee announced cannot renew aggressive

ire series of. ads that than continuous rain and comparatively ,' China on July 1st. Four familiesof to pay the new store a that a meeting of subcommittee refers to stripping the Japanese of both their militaristic -

:tt Md Company mild wind to Bradford other crew members have received visit. chairmen will be held and their material forces forvar
e I U now run- notice that their IOns are in the USO Club at 12 o'clock leadership 11

Jn the Telegraph and other County. prisoners of war but only one Arigo Small HeldIn noon FrHay. The members will making. "t
pen throughout Moss, leaves and small limbs received the notice of of Chairman '
luncheon
the coun"W'tlon other has be guests at
littered the streets Monday morn- their liberation.The County Jail Thomas and E. L. Matthews 3. That the present economic and social system t

y to helpful farm ing,_but little damage was graded noted many friends of Mr. and Small, colored, of Reno president of the club. of Japan "which makes for a will to war, will ". '
washed-out their family Arlgo Sale
as
of and
outside Gottberg of Guy "
&Uon, these ads contain roads. Mrs.rejoice with them In their good who was being held under 1.000 club The secretary resignation was submitted to be changed so that the will to war will not con- I 1 id
,
'Wipes, household cash bond on a charge of arson and Jun- "
hints Directors
Board of ,
o new:! week to the the tinue.
er this
ra UI food Invited reading to send matter.In Drivers LicensesOctober ConventionThe was County moved jail. Action .to be taken lus the M.vacancy.Smith was elected to fill Those policies inspire hope and confidence, {' t '

tie Idey business which will help others 1st is the deadline for Singing will be announced Is believed later.to have whereas MacArthur's statement fostered doubt,and !t. 1 I 1 :
of and Singing Small Sewell and daughter 'f
farming Drivers Licenses Bradford County Mrs. W. B. J
State block houseIn :
IIId Swift renewing with the blown up a concrete Sewell will fear. ; :-
wilt $5rood .
will meet Virginia
Miss
pay test. ,
tac
a Convention to
take week trying
I40t idea that U ac- without having to sale In the Wateroak Church 'on Sunday Reno even"last with his wife who leave this :afternoon (Friday) for We believe that the American people will demand h '
"
the
> on to "get will
are invited
It'I Judges. The licenses Is where Virginia
,
tII1e re to read the Swift adnd County Judge's ortlce. An opera- attend Sept. 23.and Everyone carry a lunch. Dinner had left Small him and denies gone the to charg-Jack- Tallahassee resume her studies at the F. 3. that these policies, as announced by the State 1"" .r
sonville.
chaui
bit !dlUe you will find tors license remains $1 but raised will be served on the grounds at n. C. W. Department, be carried out to the bitter end. ;i, .
OI'lllaUon been ',
have r.
contained very fours licenses noon. \ .,
from $1.30; to 200. '"
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i BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH 8TABKE FLORIDA FRIDAY BEPTE."S....
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: . . . . . S . . . . . . . .. 1Pine. . . . urday afternoon service on the Robert Myrlck
r THE BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH Courthouse Square In Starke. He Robert Taylor and' Mr. and
Clay Hill HeilbronnBy Level and Mrs. Hall accompanied by Mrs. Eggers- They also v
.m Mr: and Mrs. Owen McRae wentto and Mrs. H. M.grandparents.
Established 1877 By Lura Burgess By Mrs. H. M. McRae Jacksonville Monday where Mr. ***trtRp.
H The School . . . . . . Mr. and Mrs.
E. L. Matthew ...-_._._ Editor and Owner . . . . . . . . . . . S SC i I and Mrs. McRae will visit rela- spent Saturday Owen *!
night
, WHEREIN I ENCOUNTERA Mrs. F. W. Whittington. Mrs. tives this. week. McRa,,'. with
Published Weekly on Friday and Entered M Second Class Matterat FLOiClO.WILDCAT Mr and: Mrs. Jackson of Camp Y. A. Tyler and daughter, Shirley Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Eggers Albert parents, Mr end
Conner
the Pout Office at Starke Florida. Last Thursday morning: I waa Blanding were visiting Mr. and Ann and G. G. Grover, all of of Lake Butte
walking: to school and I was feel- Mrs. R. H. McCarthy Saturday.Mr. Tampa and Miss Juanlta Kirk- of Jacksonville and spent with Friday Mrs. I e day the family reunion(
t General Waimvright THOSE WHO BITTERLY Ing grand. The sky was gor- and Mrs Charles Crews of I land of Pelham, Ga., spent Mon ,I night Saturday
ACCUSE General Mac- geous with the rising un. The Jacksonville were visiting Mr. and day night with Mr. and Mrs. A. I ----
'f'fl Sees The Japanese Arthur of promulgating a air was fresh and heavy with Mrs. O. \. Crews last weekend.Pfc J. Fender after spending a few _
1. As They Really Are soft peace for Japan dew. The sand crunched under W. C. Clemons Jr., wentto days with relatives In Moultrle Can Use More
l ( Miami Monday to see Mrs. >> Pulpwooi
might be jumping: to my feet. I carried a notebookand and Lakeland, Ga. '
Rosie Deloach and (
family.
Rev. W. E. Hall filled his
some graded papers; my reg-
+ hasty conclusions.!'! Until all the facts are in we can WAC purse slung across my Mr. and Mrs. Warren Bradley ular appointment at Pine Level jgUy 1 WRITE TIMBER DEPT
General knows What he is doing
that the
only assume shoulder, hung at my side. My and family of Jacksonville were Church Sunday morning and Container Corp'n. of America
1! -and surely he should, if anyone does. heart was light and I was happy. visiting Mr. and Mrs. D. I. evening and conducted the Sat- Fernandina, PiA .
However, to those of us who are little more than Then not far from me in a Knight Sunday. =-
d. innocent bystanders at the epochal events now taking clump of palmettoes at my Miss Gerard Ine Norman and Mr. ssa..a rsc r - er seam - seas se.n sea oCorneBackllome
place in the Pacific, the statements of MacArthur and .right-a wildcat growled! I kept Richard Carter of Law ley were ,I r
Eichelberger to the effect that only 200,000 troops will walking. I had no quarrel witha visiting Elizabeth and Mary Jane I
occupy Japan, that the occupation should be all over wildcat. Suddenly he leaped directly McCarthy Sunday.
f+ within a year, and that Jap cooperation has made the In front of me a huge Ralph Crews ana Venton Nas-
+ invasion go so smoothly that troops formerly believed gray cat with a bob tall. He worth have returned from South
necessary for occupation will be sent home-such state- stood there, about 60 yards Carolina to visit Mr. and Mrs j jI
away, looking at me furiounly.
ments, to those!' of us who look on at this distance, Again he growled and suddenly G.Miss A. Craws Lucille Brown entertaineda
seem little short of amazing. disappeared In the heavy vege-
fi' To jump hastily to the conclusion that euch men tation. I walked on. I wan. still group of the young people with

,, as MacArthur and Eichelberger do not know how to happy, but I noticed that as I a party The B.T.U.Saturday of Heilbronn night. Bap-
run the show that they have managed so ably up to this rounded the curve and began togo i tist Church enjoyed a social at
r ( t'p point might be a mark of stupidity upon the part of up the grade my heart was the home of Clifford Johns Thursday JobsAreWaitingI
us who know so little about the ins and outs of the thumping wildly. My children en- night. I
ail ';;: Pacific situation, but to our inexpert minds the words joy hearing me tell about "the Mrs R. L. Clemons gave a
"
1 .of General ,Jonathan Wainwright make more sense wildcat that got away. birthday party for her son, Eu I
; -\ '" when he says that Japan must be occupied and carefully We had a baptizing In the gene Monday afternoon at 5:00:

1 watched for the next twenty years I oreek near our Long Branch clock.' Twenty little people helped I LOT of our patriotic instance,a lot of people around
Church last Thursday evening. Eugene celebrate. This I
,, There is no mention in General Wainwright's state- was
ment of Jap "cooperation"-the kind of cooperation The time, place, and all was perfect his 7th birthday. neighbors left home to here have been making good

,/ that yeses you by day and stabs you in the back by Holy You Spirit could descend just as feel the can-the family Mr. of and Miami Mrs. were Ed Clemons visiting and his .I' serve their country, either in money working in pulpwood.

cy night. "Jaipan must LA made to realize on every step didate walked across the white parents last week-end. the armed services or in war The tremendous war-time demand
of her long road back to acceptance among civilized I
sand -into the water while we industries. ,
b p + & nations that a government does not indulge in the ex sang, "On Jordan's Stormy . -- for pulpwood will continue
cessesshe has )loosed in the world these past fourteen Banks I Stand." i If you are one of them, we because of the civilian

1 years and simply call it quits when her leaders have My brother Frank from Indi- Graham want you to know there is a demand that has been piling I
wd had enough neral Wainwright stated. ana drove in to ,
see me the oth-
V i"t "They must not be permitted for one moment the er day. You can imagine my By' Mrs. Edward Norman 'I'r warm welcome and a job waitup and the many new industrial '

illusion that will let them view the cessation of hos- great joy, to see my baby brother . . . . . . ing for you here. uses that have been dis
s A tilities merely break and not a. stop to their am- He had brought his daughter Friends of Mrs. Frank Abernathy i
as a will be glad to know( that We hope you will come covered. Pulpwood has
and and down here to go to college. no re
learn that truth humanity
bitions. must
They
rather than deceit and cruelty and He too loves Florida. she Is able to be up a little now back to make your home here conversion problem.
righteousness after several weeks of illness. i
r t treachery the basis of international relations and Mr. and Mrs. Buddy Wilkinson John old friends and And that is I'
l +f t are McKinney and son Horace among your typical of most
t; the way of !life.A Ark,have for gone treatments.to Hot Springs, were In Tampa and Sarasota .on -'I i neighbors. This is a good town of our business here. It runs
l'' i not for what they have business Saturday and Sunday.Bobble
"The Japanese are sorry
Arthur Wilkinson has paintedhis Surrency of Tampa is with a lot of fine people-and along pretty steadily-no big
thousands in the of
+ done to countless population coun
K , v tries they have overrun. They are not sorry for the lovely home nestled a snow among white.the It green Is visiting rency and Mr.other and relatives Mis. John here.Sur- I a fine future. ups and downs. You can enjoy

4. torture they have inflicted on American soldiers. It pines. Robert Norman of Jacksonville ,security here and a nice
way
: ' simply would not occur to them to be sorry, because' Saucepans that have been spent the. weekend with his I of
they have done nothing which is at variance with their burnt with cooking food may be brother and sister-In-law, Mr. and Plenty of Jobs Here living that doesn't cost every

+ accepted philosophy. cleaned by soaking for a few Mrs Edward Norman. I penny you make.
: ''tl ; "Until we are assured that these bestial elements hours in salt water. Place a cov- Carlton Davis, Bkr. 3-c returned In addition to the opportuniSo come on back home to I
r in their nature have been extinguished-not simply er on and put on stove. Bring to his ship In Miami Sunday
t x submerged-then the Japanese nation powerless as slowly to a boll. The pan should after spending last week with his ties here with which you are stay! We'll be mighty glad and I

it is today to make 'war, will remain a menace to our clean easily then. I family and his parents Mr. and familiar, some new ones have proud to have you with us
"' ; world. They should be given neither a soft occupationnor Letter received from Sammie Mrs. N. J. Davis. Mrs. Davis ac- developed during; the war.For again. I Ie4t
soft Harris who is stationed in Mississippi companied him as far as Jacksonville -
a peace. sound much He! Is homesick and where he caught the
The words of General Wainwright
?+; ,more to the liking of most Americans than talk of "Jap- seems know what to have the K. lad P. so is often. I train Beryl for Casey Miami, S 2-c returned to .

anese cooperation" and a one-year occupation. Surely through. I had the children going write his base in Daytona Beach Sun- ; ,4. 1'aJ1"Mall tf * somebody you
... the leaders';who ,ypice these soft-sounding sentiments hlni letters as their English lesson day night after.,spending 'a 10-day teJv. want to come back homoVICTORY .
' cannot"mean\that tne> \ Japanese, a'ftcra few brief ty, leave with 'hisparents, Mr. and ,, I Ifl"Y /
months,.will be left to pursue their old course of treachery O. A. Hendry dwho has been Mrs. T. L. Casey and friends here. .,
j \ torture, rape, and aggression. MacArthur and sick for some time is now in St. Rev. M. T. Knight of Maxville ""I
t + +' Eichelberger are both men in whom the American Luke's Hospital in Jacksonville filled his regular appointment at
people have a great deal of confidence and their recent"soft" His mother from Lakeland la the Baptist Church Sunday. ? ,
statements might have been misinterpreted. staying with Mrs. Hendry and R. S. Wasdin made a business PULPWOOD COMMITTEEL.
i tl "' are willing to give them the benefit of the doubt until the children. Inf trip to Gainesville Monday morn- '

., '' proven otherwise.- Try these syrup cookies if you Basil Davis and Elvin Casey
r ft In the meanwhile the American people will watch want something inexpensive and
made a trip to High Springs Mon- Kite
D. Hal Edwards Lester ,
9, ' : with eagle-eyed intentness for a'ny indication of a soft- good. Tha: children especially like day night to bring back a tractor Viningr, ,
ll' al ';gnu pence policy with Japan, and we do not believe that them Mix together; 1 cup syrup which N. J. Davis has purchasedfor t Hogan Smith, Tyler Jones J. K.: Douglas
the American people, Indifferent and inert as we often 1.4 cup sugar. 1 egg beaten up, use on his farm here.
are, will stand for any such policy. The words of Gen- 1 tsp soda dissolved !in 1-2 cup The community enjoyed 'a dance e L. T. DYER, Chairman
sound much realistic hot water, 1-2 cup lard, pinch Friday night In the filling station
eral Wainwright, we repeat, more salt. Add 1
tp. ginger and cin-
than any yet voiced on the subject of Japan. namon. Mix together, add enough Just building completed.which George He Is Rivers open has for D'ON'T WASTE PRECIOUS TIME CUT TOP QUALITY WOOD *

,,1' Another Victim AN ITEM in a Lake City sifted flour to make a stiff business In his. new location.
' dough. Roll out, cut with cutter,
,; Olllit C h-llik ers newspaper adds more em bake In oven 350: degrees, about & -
to the warning
13 minutes, until brown.
+ ' Makes The Front Page against picking hitch-

W? ' k hikers that we have up been blessing Why not before start now each saying meal, if a There's the whistle. Have I

_ ';3 + voicing since the trial here of an ex-sailor for the you are already doing so 7 It is . a Coca-Cola
r t morder of a wealthy lumberman in this county. only a civilized and right thing
The Lake City paper tells the story of a business to do. Just a simple prayer the -
n' man there who picked up two young men in children can always remember. ---
sailor uniform when returning home from a recent Here la. a good one: "Dear Lord, f I -
_ trip to Jacksonville. Near Olustec one of the men make us thankful for these and _

l ;. t .!, 4 pushed a gun into the Lake City man's ribs and took all sake.thy Amen.blessings; for Christ's S _. .-_-- _
Say that before
t the steering wheel. They then turned around and -
each meal and see how much _
headed back to Jacksonville, turning off on a lonely happier you are.
1, ''SA H 1 sand road near Whitehouse. Deep in the woods they Be happy till next week. _
;nth 'Put the business man out of the car, bount and gag- Your teacher, -Lura.Boatdrain.
'-! ged him and tied him to a tree. They then departed _

iw l with his automobile and $60 taken from his pocket. . . . . . . . -1 1'n Iit _
The Lake City man finally managed to loosen ,
+ the tape across his lips and called for help an hour _

and a half before two men, working in the woods, I . . .' . . . . \/ _
,+ happened to hear him and came to his rescue. Fortunately it ) \I'I\ b j( _
a x'' rv the two young men who.took his car were"softhearted" By Mrs. Z. Z. Grlffls -

i and did not murder their victim. as Arch Prevatt of Jacksonville q. ,r..1, .. _
, did the ex-sailor who trial here.
+ was on spent the week-end with Mr. and _
t :
gj 4 !1 Of course, even after reading about incidents of Mrs. Willie Green. ,
.' .t this kind, there will be drivers who still continue to Miss Maxine Lee of Bethel 1
pick up hitch-hikers. Most of them will get thankedfor was visiting Mr. and Mrs 1 _
their trouble but a few others well, we will Ralph Galney Saturday.Mr. .
continue to read about them in the newspapers.MODERATION and Mrs Clyde Brown and / _
i I children of this section spent / _
tr" the Thomas weekend of Brooker.with Mr. and :Mrs. _

uPka Mrs Opal McKinney has returned -

in the expense but the utmost in sincerity home after spending sometime
'' ; courtesy and thoughtfulness is with her sister, Mrs Lyle
C. Blow in ,
Monterey Calif.
,' .' : vice.accorded the affairs of ned ;in our Ser- Mr. and Mrs. Albert Grlffls .v- .G l frl

f v t and family -Mr. and Mrs. Willie
Green and family Opal McKin-
lunchtime
-" is time in the
.;" ney and Arch Prevatt attendedthe . friendly plant 1
funeral of Andy N. Morrell
J formerly of Starke, who
4' DEWITT C. JONES was accidentally -
; n: AMBULANCE SERVICE September drowned 4. In Ebro, on Everybody likes company when lunchtime rolls around. It's always a


s qR a STARKE Funeral Director PHONE T Mrs Mrs Maggie Ida Chase Green was over visiting the sociable spot in the busy day-a chance to talk, to laugh, be friendlyand i / e j


r 4"'f Our local funeral home enables us to weekend.CARD OF THANKS refreshed. And the big red cooler is the place to meet for it. At ,

offer conveniences and services not We wish to express our sincere the words Have a Coke things pick up and good-fellowship begins.
r" } otherwise available. and heartfelt thanks to our relatives -

/ and friends for their Col.lonUD b
We furnish the highest type service at the lowest prices and words of consolation and for the UNOIt AUTHOIItf. OF TNt COCA-COIA COMPANY T Yon. B.t\ r.lly bear Coca++aDO
,.'' accept ANY life Insurance policy In force. Issued by ANY com- beautiful floral tributes at the e ILdbrNe61 ndlYabbl.ualil1
_ f iuay. as payment In part or In full on a funeral. Consultation death of our beloved wife and STARKE COCA-COLA BOTTLING CO. Tok.B<*hin uuctofTtCocCol ColDpUl'I IWSIC'TWO'
carries no obligation. mother. -T, J. Moore and family -

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21, 1945 ,
SEPTEMaEit
BRADFORD OOCyTT TELEGRAPH. STARKE.

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Senior Class . . . . . . .
NewsThe ,
S. School Journal ta. Ga. Joyce Shields and Cpl. and monthly meeting next 'Yedne day,
Senior Class We are sorry to hear of the Mrs. John Carlson of Starke. September 26, at 3 o'clock:: In the $.
began of 194 -46 TheressaBy illness of J. J. Zeigler who is They also celebrated the birth- school auditorium. All member -
a hopeful school
term witha :now In the State Farm Hospital. days of Edwin Prevail be
new and wonderful )Miss Ida HaganMrs. and Beverly are asked to present at this
Journal Staff.1I Meet The Mrs. Rouse. She sponsor . . . . We are glad to welcome back Jurrell. meeting If possible as committees !
ford Iii Gloria Cooper Faculty off with all the started the class . . .James Trlest who has been overseas Mrs. S. R. Swindell visited'|will be appointed and plans made I
;tor Chief -_- Lyle Anderson )\'n. Walter P. Smith such necessary preliminaries S. R. Swindt'M and son I for about two years. He U her son Willis Swindell in Jack. for the annual Hallowe'en Car
as class
: I
officers,
,,date Editor Myrtle I selecting class Walter were visiting in Starke i now at Hlondlng awaiting his : convtllo recently. nival.
; rings, and
BOgraphes! Mrs. Smith was born on sponsoring Thursday.Mrs. I discharge.
nlor Dtomns. Martell Edmondson March 31, in Latta, S. C. She the first football dance. A. H. Kelsey Mrs S. R. Mr. and Mrs_ H. D. May of I i Mrs. Ray W. Padgett and little Miss: Hobby Mints of Jacksonville -
Class son Billy Ray have returne.Iuctel'
---- officers have been the week-end
Blogrl1phies elect- spent with
attended Coker College in h arts- Hampton spent Tuesday after-
Swindell
and Mrs
her Hiatt ed S. E Trlest i
.ac _Betty Jean as follows: spending some time with Mtai. EloLse
Vllle, S. C. for four years and were shopping noon wIth! Aunt Ida Hagan. Gainey.
_. Lila Rae in Keystone;
''al Features - Betty has taught school seven years. Pres. John Anderson. Heights Saturday. Cpl and Mrs. Merle L. Pack- I her parents, Mr and Mrs. MOBS Mr and Mrs. Inman Harrisonof
Davis
a1dWell.. Luella She has been teaching in Ports- Vice Prss. Bobby Turner. Mr. and Mrs.) E. S. ham spent a few days last week and family in Burlington N. C Raiford were visiting here ;
Hayes Marvin mouth, Va.. where she taught Sect. Betty Hayes. shopping Waldo Sibley were. with their parents, Mr and Mr. and Mrs. L. R Dennison Mond,,)'.
Jerome Jhna'Editorial Math and Spanish. Here she is Treas. '- Lila Rae Caldwell. in Saturday.Mrs. Mrs. W. W. Packharn and Mr. and daughter Edith of Gainesville Mrs. Henry Pate, Mrs J. B. 1
teaching the first Class Reporter Lyle Ander Beck, Mr. and Mrs. Burk- and Mrs. Clyde Hall.
ontgomery( grade and unfortunately recently visited Mrs. Den- Russ and Mri. Dave Gainey were
Mrs. Smith is not a son.We hart and Jesse Thomas were Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Packham nlson's patents, Mr. and Mrs. W. shopping !in Starke Monday.Mrs. ;.
in
permanent member of our fac- feel they are the best shopping Staike Friday. entertained the following rela- W. Packham. : O. W. Barry and Mrs.L. .
ulty but Is substituting for Mrs. group according to election returns Miss Elizabeth Phillips of
thousand I Hoffman.Mrs. to lead the Senior Class Starke spent Thursday afternoon tives and friends in their home . . . . . . W. Barry and daughter. Pranced ,
in Gainesville
-iSTfSSJ'S Smith is In Starke because through a successful and hopeful with her father, D. J.. Phillipsand Sunday: Mis. Packham's mother Tuesday.were shopping F
year. family Mrs. Annie Trlest of Waldo, Brooker
her husband Is training at Petty Officer Joe Brown has returned
,s memorable as the past Camp Blanding' and her special Mrs. Lydia( Hall spent several Cpl. and Mrs. Merle Packham of fr>m overseas and is visiting i
ending of the crisis likes are teaching In High days of last week with her Camp Rucker Ala., Mr. and Mrs. By .10)tkimoon his sister, Mrs. L. A. Mott
The like an I . . . . . I
Fffdreanl0no"e and School, swimming, and travel- [BuyVar\ Bonds ] daughter, Mrs. Florence Johnsin Jack Jarrell and daughters, Jackie e for a few days. 1
hopes Ing (but not on a bus or train). Hampton.Mr and Beverly of Jacksonville, I'T\ :.MEKTINH Mr an] Mrs. N. O. Stokes and : t
H-JjCM. and prayers finally be- She has .no particular dislikes. TODAY and Mrs. J. c. Cochrane Mr and Mrs.\ Edwin Prevatt, The Brooker Parent-Teachers I II, B. Stokes are visiting Mr. r
she
lIIe a reality. .. returned Thursday from Atlan Buddy ana Audrey Ptevatt Mrs. Association will hold It* regular Johnnie Stokes in Douglas, Ga. I lt
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hearts
much In our' 10-F NewsSeems -.. ... ..-. -. .- -- --
\\\'lth which,JO to be thankful, we ......J _ -.A"-

r std be able to begin the like the tenth grade got whryt
I term in the appropriate off to a good start this year,
100 There Is no bet- with full of students.
more. a room
once ) ,
11 to begin than to estab- Thursday of the first week the
I r h way. goal: now which you will class officers were elected: ANNOUNCINGTHE
to attain during the reduder Pres. Robert S. Johns.
'Ife
of the school year.This Vice Pres. Lucie :Mae Bra-. .
and obligation
Is a duty ton.Sec.
t to others, but only to your- Billy McCall.
the judge and life Treas. Selma Sapp.
}. You are
..11 be based on your decisions. Rep. -- Melvene Davis and OPENING OF THE .
or a failure?
.pitbe, a success Gene Patray.
entirely up to you. ButEnter We are glad that the girls and "
this: If you strive wh have been absent. be-
boys ;>
: th9 beginning, in the end cause of Illness are back with us F
,u will be fully,"P11So, whyt now. Geo. C. Johns Furniture Co.

|'.I&t?begin now and Insure suc- Junior NewsThe ,

I
nior BiogsMargnrrt election: for the officers t
Alvarez for the Junior Class was held the / 'IF57TO ANNOUNCE TO THE PEOPLE OF BRADFORD AND UNION
Venlca of the term.
I Margaret Venlca A I va I'e z, first Our Thursday officers are: COUNTIES TIIAT I AM OPENING A FURNITURE STORE IN THE GREEN

righter of Mr. and Mrs. J I.. Pies. Doyle Connor. BUILDING A7' STARKE.
ia
30, 1928
Ii was born May Vice Pres. Billy Edwards.Sec. .
_i Orlando, Fla Jackie Haskins.
She was married to Lavon AlIM Treas. Milton Norman. MY POLICY 'WILL BE: TO GIVE YOU IIIGII QUALITY FURNITURE AT
son of Mr. and Mrs. O. R. Mrs. Law is our sponsor.
THE
MOST REASONABLE
PRICES.
,
['tirei of Staike on August
Is, is former studentB. i
h. Lavon a Archer, Fla.
H. S.ilargaret Lyle has attended Starke / AM A LOCAL MAN HAVING LIVED AMONG YOU ALL MY LIFE ti, '.;1 .
I attended through her School from the first grade :.'." .
DISABLED
Into: year in Orlando Senior VETERAN 'WITH AN HONORABLE DISCHARGE. .'
,
his senior year. '
Igh. She came to B. H. S.' to through Like most boys, Lyle Is the 1 'WILL 'WELCOME A VISIT FROM YOU AT MY NEW STORE 7* t'IcC

sht. athletic type. He particularly en-
the athletic
find Margaret
He on the
Joys football. played
She enjoys basketball, skat- :
jIe. B. H. S. team for three years. C. Ln '
g I, swimming, and her hobby Is Another thing he enjoys is his O O !. :1) I In
*lng One sport she dislikes Job as assistant editor and class I II
tensely Is fleldbaU.
reporter. Lyle wholeheartedlydislikes
I Her ambition is to be a good .
oIHwife. conceited people.His .

IVt sincerely hope that Marga- ambition Is to make good I

|t d will has be a granted happy future.her ambition In attend Aeronautical the Navy.Georgia' Engineering.Later Tech he to wishes study to Here Are A Few 01 The Furniture Bargains We Are Offering '


Joseph Lyle Anderson We sincerely hope that Lyle's f
|Joseph Lyle Anderson son of ambition will be granted and he

:, and Mrs. J. L. Anderson, will have a full and happy fu Beautiful 2-Piece Innerspring Living Room Suits - $174.50 to $209.50 J
II i born January 17, 1928 i intke ture. ,

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Butler )Holds Bradfordo Inner Sofa Bed ( Constructed
Spring Beautifully ) - - - - $98.50

11 One Score In Season's 1stBradford ..
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[i exciting- -Park action-- was last the-Friday scene- -putting the-- end- up-of-a the- -tough-first half fight.Brad-At Bedroom Suits ((3 to 6 Pieces, In Walnut{ Ash, Elm and Others) - $86.50 up


;ht t, the the offensve against ._, .
M BHS ford
was on -
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.:ndent d and :in purple their Jerseys dashing engag-new a In determined the third team.quarter Bradford Large Variety of Coffee End and Center Tables-- - 8.50 to $24.50 r

llna. bitter battle with the took to the air. With Mooney ,
e Butler! eleven. The final passing and Edwards and Harley .. _
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Jre i was a close BHS victory, receiving they kept the Tiger -
I

[Captain Thornton won the toss I The eleven end on of the their game toes.saw Lake Bostonian Rockers (High Back, Solid Mahogany) $26.95 .

*Bradford and FB Norman reTed Butler on their own 35 yard to __ ,_ _. _.__ "_.__ no ..__ ___
the kickoff This was the .line. They put up a stiff fight
''lug of a steady marchthe avenge the 65-0: defeat they suf- '
field to the Lake But- fered last year. It was certainly Nationally Advertised Setra-AAAA Mattresses - - - $39.50
teams
goaL .an Ideal with both
game I
On Lake Butler's ten yard .closely matched and nothing but - ... .. -..- - J:
e''we 1
Harlpy pigskin, who was went handed off-tackle to clean playing.The starting lineup: Double Box Coil) $34.75
ww* touchdown. RT Jimmy Edwards RE; Godwin RT? Single or Springs ((63 .

kicked the extra point McRae RG; Johns C; Holtzen- -- -
Bradford. I'' ,

f Ph*:%! second spectacular quarter It was brought Just ton dolph LT LG; ;Alvarez Weldon QB LT;; Mooney Thorn Dinette Suits (Solid Maple) - - - Uj: $65.50 t-$14.95

Playing,. with Lake Butler LH; Norman FB; Harley RH. - -_.._- - -_ --_-_ --. --- ---


__Your_ _Clothes__n Kitchen Tables --- Masonite, to $12.95i- Unfinished - - - $8.95


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a .,Deserve Good ppQ Unfinished Straight Chairs - $2.25 Unfinished Corner Cabinets $19.75 j I


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The War-Is'' Over But.. Platform Rockers (With Springs) - $29.75 to $56.50 1 t

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The Clothing Shortage

Will Many Continue Months For Occasional Rockers and Straight Chairs .-- (With Springs) $11 I 1.50 up C

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CHILDREN'S AND INFANT'S DEPARTMENT COMPLETE LINE HIGH CHAIRS,
VISIT OUR
Makes You \
It Possible For Us To Give 1
CRIBS, NEVER-WET' MATTRESSES, PLAY PENS, BABY CARRIAGES, TRAINING STOOLS,
Even Better Service Now Than We ROCKERS OVER-STUFFED OR PLAIN. >
SLIP-ON TYPE, NURSERY CHAIRS, CHILD'S ,
Hare Rendered In The Past. We Con- .-

eider It A Privilege And A PleasureTO m HAVE A irarrao SUPPLY OF" METAL iM FURNITURE ,

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), i Il 4 P SOCIETY and CLUBS I Of Monthly WMU M A ChurchThe ting WSCS Monday Circles At ChurchThe Met tit y4UObai-:-rter.r'ChUtc subject well ?used yuNos -\-'II=),


U 11
Healer
r regular BV' <>n'l' >)ty tIleeting Woman's Society of Christian $peM81 and Te8che[ ,

& First P.T.A. MeetingSet Delegates ElectedTo of the Vy M. V. Methodist
afternoon in the
il4' Tuesday a
Chwr //1 was beta
tbOrnDer ot
For Sept. 26 UDC ConventionA I v>{JU 15 i jVmbers and a and held the monthly businessand $, Sewell and the Society 1Ira., .
Mrs
meeting, which was A \''
rr The Starke Parent -Teachers called meeting of the W. T. Well, well . Those of us who birthday anniversaries with Call- visitor fcr aefct. opened program with prayer and a song \1 ji\\\\ ed articles from\\'ood f
aside '
Association will hold its first I Weeks Chapter, U. D. C., was I went to the football game last' streeters . Celebrating the day; This being the Week let from the hymnal.Mrs. AAOM; Which told Of the, 'OJ)
' '' Wednesday, held Tuesday afternoon at the Gloria by the Florida/ Ub H*W for State wArk of *I''
meeting of the year Friday night expecting a 1943 were Mrs Eunice Canova I. D. Vining vice-presi- missionary bosplLt
September 26. Plans are to be home of Dr. and Mrs. W. E. Mid- version of the Romans throwing (Johns) Greene, Olive Ray, S. R. Missions, ptcyfyto. on this order dent presided and Mrs. W. O. 141'11. Anderson read It poem>

made and committees appointedfor dleton. Christian martyrs to the lions Johns, Jr., Woodfln Halle, Jr. was gIYe Mrs W. #. Alexander Halle acted as secretary pro- tilled "We Would See Jetl1II.'"c

: the coming year's. work. A Wins Madge Middleton. president were sadly: disappointed . In (now In Manila) and Leonard lenSev ot Circle:' 'two, directed tem. Mrs. I. P. Shepherd, study Clrele One will be entel14l
the
discussion: is planned on the of the local chapter, pre- other words, the boys from But- Smith, Jr.: (currently in Germany;) the pr0fm{ Tf>ft work of circle leader, announced there bdI4ra./ T. T. Long, On Ocl ls:i
proposal to appoint home room sided and Mrs. W. F Godwin lervllle held the terrible Torna . Wood tin wrote Miss Olive children's" bOJ'I4.1.t Arcadia was would be a mission study on and Circle Two will be
mothers for the school rooms.. transacted the duties of secre- does to one mea loy touchdown! that he had hunted all over Manila described J by MrV Il. W. Moore. Oct. 18 and 19, from 3 to S P. M. tied by Mr. A. Wood entl
of the ai
The Executive Board will tary. The meeting was opened . Imagine that after last sea- tor" birthday card, but Mrs. BiWvn Roster, spoke Mrs. W. J. Churchwell announced J.tt': A. W. Anderson at
each
y meet Monday, September 24 at with the lx>rd's Prayer repeatedIn son's lopsided 65-0 landslide . failed to find one, so he just Influent of the @Anlpa held there would be a Bible study CHutch School rOOms.
a, 3 p. m. and after the meeting concertThe But anyway, 'twas a most exciteing wrote a long;, interesting: letter. year throughout t>e state for the hour for the children every
+ y Wednesday will be host to the and sister young people$ M. *. fclafa:: Proctorand
convention call was read event as the season's first Hear that H. H. Stroman Tuesday afternoon at 3 o'clock.A AtiH Nina Bishop
new mothers and new teachersat with Mrs. S. S. engagedIn Mrs. Al6Jtan\ Is, Dowling
principal ,
' by Mrs. Ethel M. Biggs. Since game always "University\ 'and liberal offering. for Chinese t\\, resume her studies
for l. at
St
informal get-together works of < Wen
an hunt at
Foster Shi Smith highly please aa Impromptu posHum Relief was requested for this C(111ele, Macon Ga. ,
of becoming better the government ban on Conventions the Flow a Baptist bookstores.
the
purpose over what he termed the "second their home out N. Walnut St. one
acoualntou.H' has been lifted, the Flor- largest crowd" ever to turn out night last week . Seems the, Mrs. }4. I- Made\ president, - -- --- -v ---- -

. ida Division U. D. C. will con- for a game here . Lots ot: possum was in the chicken house presided over the Puftinea session
;e. n vene in Tampa on Oct. 10, 11 Gainesvilllans spotted in the and the harried hens squawked and refw>rf# from #W circles were
i, and 12. Delegates from the local stands, making mental notes on bloody murder until Mr. Stroman '' Do You-Believe In Starke?
chapter were elected all follows: BHS strategy . Surely hope succeeded In exterminating the given. >tr .,.R&Jp lJ AJVare: Young

Mrs. O. L. Beasley, Mrs. A. Z. the Tornadoes didn't show all marauder , Peopled Director, Aborted\ that

Adkins; alternates Mrs. W. O. their secrets, 'cause they'll prob- 45 Junto boys and* J girls;' attendedthe WE

Halle and Mrs. E. K. Perryman. ably need a few tonight! , HI ho . Hi ho . Off to last Auxiliary tfieelng.; The DO!

L During the historical period, school they ol!> . Yes it's the treaaur l"'* report'' Snowed $244
Miss Olive Ray read a beautiful Glimpsed among the colorful hectic time of.-year again when given by tie\ W. MiL and Auxiliary -

} poem on the life of Sidney Lan- throng crowding the bleachers: bags are packed' ; with the final for tie\! :jonuot July and I

x ler. Many were the expressions Ralph Rhodes, Buddy Bishop, toothbrush and mama's one and August W JlIa81Work.) .. Also)
of Joy because World War n Anthony Baker, Herbert Fillyaw, only pair of precious: pre-war nylons J 12.58tr0A pent; JQcWly.:
has been brought to a close Mrs. and R. J. Turner, all ex-Torna- . Dooley Davis treks backto '.
The sd with prayerby
iji #ting cice
Godwin was warmly congratulated does who have traded their' football Tally a bit earlier than usual, '
because. her son, Sgt. Wm. F. uniform for varying shadesof being; one of those "junior coun Mrs <3* W. A1dRrtnann.;

Slave's Godwin, has been released from khaki and blue > Two dash selors" entrusted with the tedious

The a Japanese prison camp ana is ing members of His Majesty's task of starting freshmen off on V. R. Ferguson Host \' ".'..',,1
'ly finest now on the way home.It Canadian Army, Cpl. Michael the right foot . Among the ? { "

wa announced that the Daly and Cfn. Robert Jackson, new faces at Tally will be Barbara To Ag Teachers
I 1
restaurant Band regular meeting of the chapter attracting plenty. of attention In Keen, Marie Edwards, Dorothy :

?J would be held on Oct. 3, at the their natty outfits, topped oft Crosby, and Velma Norman . V. R. Ferguson, bradford High !,; /f ,. ." .

r bar home of Mrs. O. L. Beasley, with with those devil-may-care berets Velma finished BHS in '42, but School Vocational .'teacb4r. en- : II,"', .
'
Mrs. Beasley and Mrs. Biggs as . Cheerleaders! Betty (Turner) has decided to take on another tertained A group conference of .

S SL a hostesses.The Reddish, Betty Hayes, Betty Jean round of learning after toiling at: teacher Af voc ,Uoiftl agriculture :

hostess, assisted by her Hiatt, Dorothy Lappe, Jewel Purs- Blanding far the past three years with ft famous fried chicken _ _

sister, Mrs. E. I* Matthews, and lay, and Jackie Haskins doing . The old familiar faces turn- dinner\ -,t the .Mefy Inn Tuesday -
SIZZLINGSTEAK A little daughter, Mary Agnes, their level best to' get sore throat Ing Tallyward will b e Marjorie nlgjn.:

served refreshing Coca-Cola, by yelling their lungs out Davis, Clarice Thomas, Virginia The t blwag) t(1Y*red with a
toasted cheese sandwiches and Attractive new faculty member, Sewell Roberta Whltfleld. and beautiful Imported Irish linen That's Why We Are EVe Jktlerinjf Our

potato chips.Church Dora Bell Fulton, efficiently officiating Phyllis Hazen . Shirley Colley cloth at a wet with rUPyfed: Fos- Dry Cleaning Service add Improving and
LOBSTER at the gate . Alto- Is out of the lineup for the nonce, toria. 'i'hA) centefPIjce i was of
Center gether, a very exciting evening but hopes to return by mid-year red rose,. Enlarging Our Laundry Plant So

S1UR10iPIVI and I'm looking forward to eight . Present with Vr/ Ferguson That we Can Give Th* People of Starke
t thanks to the BHS strategists -
Given Lovely Gift more -
who were able to book nine were G. R, Buahh\ Callahan; and Vicinity The Type,! of Fine Service
CHICKEN By Mrs. Fales home' games out'of ten on the Hear that Bear (Red Cross) B. K. Wheeler l fi"v*thorne: P. That They Deserve. N&r That We Are

schedule! . How do they do Burns-not to be confused with K. Beck! :, frentofl!; Jtoy' Wood, About to Return to Normal Peace-Time
.4 Members of The Woman'sAuxiliary It? . Guess everybody Jus' hot cross buns-got an emergencycall Ft. White; John carne, Taylor;
of St. 'Mark's Episco- naturally wants to come to to rush more bread out to G. W. VIU\ hY. .JAc.ltua: H. A. Ways, We Hope to Continue The Steady

r B pal Church were surprised and Starke 1 . the Canteen, at Blanding Wednesday Amour, Or"en Co** Springs! ; W. Improvement That We It 4 V e AlrerdyStarted
1 For delighted to receive' -two dozen T. Bryant, Hs tlnM; W T. Urf- Even Unde War-Time Re
. She picked Joe -
and night up
plates
exquisite dessert cups ,
Un, district<; nupetvisor, Gainesville
i' Hear Joe an' Mollle (Snyder)
+ Connois- from Mr. E. W.' Fales, wife of Edwards are honeymooning in and Den Wilson on her way out ; J. Q. Smith, ri. B.1: Wood strictions.
u ,
General Fales former Commanding Miami after a quiet ceremony in and when they arrived the canteen I Dr. E. W, Gobrie, WJ I of Gainesville

a +n sears General of the IRTC, St. Augustine Sunday . SignIn volunteers were so snowed I ; P: A. BrWr ing.. Lake

0 Camp Blanding. the window of the Bamboo indicates under with khaki customers that I City and Otis Be)), ftalnesvllle.,: '

qqk 01Good In presenting the gift, to be that they'll be back on they had to draft Joe and make STARKE DRY CLEANERS
used the Church Service Cen- :. ; : '
at WtJl
the job by Monday . The Wal- I him ladle out orange juice ". HENREgE J\1J:1'lN18
Food ter, Mrs.: Tales, in her charming ter Spaughs and young dotter The boys might not have got
lit Mr. 1U1c1 Mf. Jones< K. Dennis
,. .. manner, ,expressed appreciation"
will return to their farm near glamour, but at least they got
PI
for the hospitality and kindness West Palm Beach as a result of their juice! "Ii- AbbJe. Baggett announce tbe'rtb of their NE and LAU !
.
third
f ,4TZ'. :. \, shown to-,th ms et f thftIRTC.sv, dAuglytepR'I4ebree Louise,
? with
., the housing tlnported here spent the., week-end Billwho' I' : IRIL1rl
> O1' I on September* 5lh( in the State ;
Drink Since General and Mrs. Tales last week . Forgot to ask what still hanging ,around Fort Farm Hospital
,
have been f at Camp' yBlandlng, they'll do with all the pigeons!... Oglethorpe, expecting a dischargemost
Mrs Fales has been closely Identified Hear Evelyn Stump barricaded any day now . They'll [- [ ii ii Vu ii hii iiMumi .....
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with St. Mark's Church herself in her WAVE quarters in probably make their future'homeIn

I I Starker and with the Red Cross Miami to sweat out the hurricaneand Shreveport, Bill's native habi-
activities and it Is with regret was quite disappointed thatIt tat . Hear Capt. R. G. Kldd is

that those associated with her turned out BO tame . Evelyn back right where he first launched
learn of her departure to Ft. Lecln (another WAVE) .writes its army career Camp Blan-

Lewis, Wash.Portrait. that from her office window in ding . Bunny told the bridge
Pearl Harbor she' can see tell club girls that she'd be able to

tale traces of the wrecked ships make the sessions, regularly now,
and other war materiel left thereafter since she'll have a "nurse" on

.the Jap attack . Hear Tuesday nights! . .
t I4''' t of d
OutTOlllght a Jack Hall (BHS Tornado) will
Dining
f 1; HappyWife[ G answer the well-known Army call Hear Hilly Jackson underwenta
c 1.
; ? immediately, if not sooner . bone-grift operation at Battey
General Tuesday morning and reported a
Mtf'' w the
Have dinner here In a pleasant Prominent on list of Joyful i to his wife here, via telephone -
She Lets Us Do The Army wives who expect an early conversation later in the
qr ( 1t atmosphere where you know
it return of their husbands from day; that he felt "pretty washed-
t gt r the food will be deliciously Baking for the Family overseas Is Edna Nail (Mrs. W. out", but otherwise thought he'd

cooked and attractively served. S.) who has efficiently presidedas survive . Glimpsed Mary (Can-

LAPPE BAKERY claim find supply clerk at the ova) Patten in town and learned
t gp; : Starke p. o. for the past two that she and Pat have finally

years . Edna came to Floridato moved into the house they boughtIn
oJ visit her lifelong friend, Eva Jax'ville several months ago,
t Shepherd, and liked it so well but had ts wait on until the ten-

that she and her two children, utts wouU vacate . Mary says ''J !I g1\ n112 I

: SCHOOL SUPPLIESWE Bill and Patsy, stayed on duringthe I Pat had a pretty rugged one-week
29 months that the male Nail .
vacation -moving! -. Major Bill 9
has been serving in the Pacific Walnwrlght. stationed In. Germany
WE CAN FURNISH YOU v . When he arrives in Octoberthe writes that he'll soon head

family will return to their for home with the 70th Inf. Div.

t7 WITH A LARGE VARI home In Chattanooga where he Is . Hear Morris Jackson (Min-
5' connected with the Tennessee Valley danao) hopes to be home by Xmas

Authority In the capacity of . Ditto T. K. McClane.
+ ETY OF ITEMS FOR
.
Safety Engineer Edna makesus

1 t f Callatreeters feel very, very Odds an' Endsii Candy Dennis 'J3cth;
- r + r THE SCIIOOL ROOM. good when she says: "Contrary to had his heart so set on the third MANMADE1h. .
statements by some people, I
one being a boy ijtat he and
have found Starke a fine place in Myrtice named her Henree! . -
which to live and I do not believe S. R. Johns, Jr., taking a ten min- a dntae of fupertbrts over Japan vital interest in the preservation of ourbrought

.T Squares that any nicer people can be ute break after laboring at the fire efts destruction to the cities forest re.oou. esthagtUtveweoftheSouth'Itund

\ found have North found South true ,Southern East or West.I hospitality ihlpyards lo these many years) todustrta/ 'of our'enemies-created Much of our economy U built around mil
M. M. back Call Street
Raybln on
RulersProtractors" Inks displayed by all, and I after a visit with relatives !In clw which faAtened their surrender. In important asset and; Urge part of our

shall always be grateful for the Lakeland . Freddie (Wimberly) Awefjca toAlfthfc other fire will be tec. income U derived fits that source.

many kindnesses extended to me Turner and Helen Lott augmentIng They will 1 be fare fim-575 of 11acmNew discovered
that hive been
Hektograph by the people whom I have met. uses
the' staff at the Separation whWx will d million of of
r.d ftttoy trees. for this versatile prontiie ,
rW
give
*
d Center Red Cross O. P. Hutto mat :'
't Wednesday Scopt. 19. seems to taking It easy for a few weeks Ta+t4s trc** "would have been part of even larger demand'fat this great crop'tomartroe.'e ,
.
Rules
t Triangle Looseleaf Covers
e have been a favorite time for alter his Blanding discharge . pulpwood and timber supply. of the South. To enjoy the added income|

Hear Radioman Bill Parker was But.tacAUtt tff thoughtlessness and
trees
cannow in tAuit guard this I
Slide Rules Fillers The Sign of Radiant Health aboard the first DE (Destroyer I le****, that wAsJth: of raw material will ure.You prospect contriWt> to;this by hclPInI,
can
Escort) entering Tokyo Bay .
U It's all the same to' the Navy he fef ftwerV.Ho to prevent forest fgw. Lilt accident,j

f ; Typewriter Paper I'd prefer the LASTDE . ctfcnvt.. oar country: hat a more., "they don't Just hapjW.
Well guess It's about time to -

,. sign off now and get ready for

r, -WrIt the game So long . See

; t. VISIT OUR BABY DEPT. you there . .


; & We Now Have A Large Showing of -carolyn. 8fJARP

Gift Items. Also Many Items That Church ConventionThe

Are Essential In Caring For The Christian Churches of
Bradford County will convene on W py GtUs

Baby.KOCH. 1 t 1 Sunday, Sept. 30, with the church AIR LINE RAILWAY vlctogY ONO1I

at Starke. W. C. Burton will _ __ ,
t +, r FLORIDA!:) LIVER TONIC t I. d.alqTled t to serve as chairman and Mrs. R.
: md aatur rvatoro that vigorous l..Ung, __ __; ; . ::::::'i
noyd| only wh.a your hwr ads normally F.? Demoreat! musical director. ; : V -'Ipj : .
I WcariiMii. hadach*s eausvd by Theme of the convention will : I
bUiouui and that miivrafcl run-down ,
EL : DRUG STORE I, I..I( llna are usually .h.v.ci within an be, "Building for Eternity" and The Seaboard eongratulaut Florida
hour D? th. u.. of this a nt!. actingnmulater. sermons will be delivered during .| 100
xm of Stoutiocd
: JCp U on your: nxdiein* .h.ll tI year: and PnPAGE
I for the bMiil ol th* wholo lam..,. Get he: day by: T. Boyd Clayton John
i your bottle BOW-any Drug> Star. iVaUanburg, and Fred Dodd.





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of LOCAL NEWS ]I Sgt. McDonald Weds English Girl available for --. PAGE FlVR-
BITS farmers by another on plants that are being used several new varieties of oats
spring for the use of it In for food and feed
trops. It is on have been bred during the
ssssi --.. .. .... .. control of insects on the pastfew ;
crops. market under the
names of I : "For grating,
Friends will be years plant flfj
Is spending I interested In Cryolite
i Green Insecticide I ls an Insecticide Cryolite or Cryoclde.
and is
three
bushels of
usually Quincy No. 1
the fact that
K ddaaYdt thla) week with herr Maxie Carter, Sr. that has been on the market mixed with
In Is in St. Vincent's sulphur or or Florilee oats per acre in October 1
L. Stroup Hospital in only two
three
btrs. B. or years, butit some other dllutent It Is recommended and apply broadcast 500
her, Jacksonville( where he has .
recently already gained much favor
[ River. to the farmer of to 600 pounds of 41or 0-14-19 '
til underwent an operation on his f jr the control of leaf eating Bradford
Rw' Sturges ,, county for the control fertilizer per acre then top dress
Mrs. Carter I
Mil nose. is with Insects.
him. It
is
a dust, nonpoisonous of them
r, and are coming to w worms and other with 200 pounds per acre of Nitrate ,
r1dlan.. Miss. i Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Thomas and fairly Inexpen leaf-eating insects! of Soda In December."
\GI If weekend iPauline 4i sive. The commercial peanut SHod Ol are being' bought, The .
d Mrs. and daughter JoAnn of Crescent now demand for these new varieties -
mother City spent several days this week growers are ordering it by truck for planting this fall, and it is. of oats has been so great j :

* with Mrs. E. M. Thomas.J. e ; loads and car loads for dusting very Important that the very I this year that there will not be
C. Jackson and x t+ the peanut vines to control the best seed available be used. Here I enough seed! to fill the demand. '

1. Robert, Lane were the I B. Rowe was in Jackson- army worm or caterpillar. Being Is the best information from Those wishing either of them J

da ghter carl Jackson and vine Wedneiday. ; non-poisonous, It Is about the I' the Experiment Stations art new varieties should get then
I f fI
II p! of T.Mrs Jackson and son last Ray Warner Coast Guard ra- : only insecticide that can be used Gainesville and at Quincy where I without delay. I '

darman of Fernandlna who fre- ...... i
son ofand quently visited his wife and r r I
Loudon, family -
D-
g!. Pat A. G. Loudon of at the home of Mrs. Warn- ,M a a.i

--.jhts docked In New- er's mother, Mrs. Janie Alvarez Baby Carriages !
tone U .
He ,
News, Va. Tuesday. haa been shipped to Seattle, :
on furgIt 6
td home shortly Wash.W. .. :
brother
Loudon l is a :
w. T Jackson. He has .. H. (Bill) Graham AR l-c \ STURDY, ALLMETALCONSTRUCTION 4
": in England and returned to his base In Solo-
overseas
liturl for 3 years with the mons, Md. Wednesday after WITH i

spending a leave with relatives STORM CURTAINS .
we. here. Mrs. Graham and their

,. and Mrs. Wilson Q. Lee children remained for a longer .. .. !*It. 1

Wednesday from Hope- .AJ .
ned '
Vt where they visited his visit.Lt. $32.50 ,

B, Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Lee. Ralph! Rhodes la returning
to his base in Shreveport, La. .
L. and''Mrs. W. E. Mlddleton : this weekend after spending; a
, part of the week 10 leave
I the first day with his mother ti
camp near Brunswick) Mra. D. A. Monteith \
heir and Mr. ., "
BEAUTIFUL ti
;
expected
While away they Wontelth.: K
,
\
,11 the property.
Friends will be glad to know ...
a Hart received a discharge that J. M. Alvarez is slowly improving CHAISE LOUNGE) ;

th, e Army on Wednesday of in the State Farm Hospital Sgt Wallace O. McDonald, tey In October. They will spend! ,
!reek and Is now at his home after a serious illness son of Mrs. J. B. McDonald of some time In Florida visiting r s' c

Lawtey was recenUy married In relatives and: then expect to go A Selection of Colors : : 1( i'5' r

returned Mrs. Sam Alvarez and son of England to the former Miss to Chicago to make their home I
trton F. Clark has several Tangerine' spent the past two Pauline M. Jones, youngest Sgt. McDonald enlisted in the :' ,

u after Veterans'spending Hospital weeks with Mr. and Mrs. A. L. daughter of Mrs. Herbert Jones Air Corps In November 1941 and WAS PRICED AT $32JO NOW ON !
In the Alvarez.
ihi :
Lowton, Lancashire.
has been aircraft
serving as an
In Lakem
also
Ga. and ;
ujni'a Mr. and Mrs Tom Gilbert and Culminating a romance that engine mechanic with an 8th

, daughter Dorothy of Tampa began In Warrington, Lancashire, Air Force Fighter Group. He

o Bradley and his mother, were weekend guests of Mr. where the bride was employed aa I wears the ETO service ribbon SALE AT $28.75 ,

!bona Bradley, of Miami and Mrs. A. Hartmann.Mr. typist In the American Red I and six battle stars and also a
wiling relatives near Starke Cross office, the marriage took Presidential Unit Citation. Be- 1

nek.it and Mrs. W. B. Mundy place In the Primitive Methodist fore entering the Army he was 'e1
Jr. are spending sometime In At- Church :at Lowton and was followed associated with one of his broth-

E, K Perryman has re- lanta, Ga.David by a reception In the local ers In the grocery business In Coffee and End ;
Tables
rd from Willlamsburg Va., parrish hall. The bride Is an Chicago.Lt $12.50 to $2150 >

tt the visited her son, Comer Maxwell of Lake City American by birth having been John McDonald has just

)man, who Is stationed at spent last week with Guy Sale. born In Kansas when her Brit returned to the States from

p i Peary. i iL Mr. Maxwell recently received ish parents were residents of Lima, Peru where he has been Wall Mirrors and Pictures
$12.50 to $15.50In
W T Swearinger of New his discharge from the Army. that state. stationed for two years. After
Sgt. McDonald is now on his a visit with his mother and sisters -
and Pfc. Howard C. Doug- Mr. and Mrs. D. A. Monteith
r way home for a furlough and I at Lawtey, he returned to
ifBrooker I were t he and Mrs. Brown spent ThursdayIn and Oval
among Round ShapesIT'S
,
lord County service men rent Jacksonville.Mrs. his wife will Join him at Law- Chicago to live ()

from the European .Thea-
Y. A. Harris and Mrs. Mri1. I. Lectn is returning Sat- I
hii week. District Scout Meet
A FACT YOU CAN DO BETTER AT
R. A. Green spent Tuesday In
i urday from 3 weeks in New York
Jacksonville with Mrs. Green's Here TonightThe
.
DR. H. T. UTHLAUTCHIROPRACTOR I sister Mrs. McGriff. City.R. John H. Denmark Furniture Co. 'e
I J. Davis has been assignedto regular monthly meetingof .

li West Mala Street N. >Friday guests of Mr. and 'Mrs. work in Bunnell and will spend the New River District Boy PHONE 151 STARKE FLA.
W; G. Halle were Mr. and Mrs. Scouts of America, will be held ,
Gainesville, Fla.tlropractlc .. his there.
weekends with family
Removes F. E. Wallace and son. S-Sgt. In the recreation building of the WE BUY GOOD USED FURNITURE
CalM of Illness" The Earl ,Wallace, Jr. of West Palm'' He is an employe o( the State. i Methodist Church tonight (Fri yr

leach.JMra.. day) at 8 m.
p.
and Mrs ':Alton Dobbs
,f/lf flt f Sgt. M. G. Boewell, Scout Executive ".
DsMoore E0olse"and Mrs.
: spertf the and daughter
from the Jacksonville office, will
weekend with her sister and Inez Kelly spent Thursday af
and the district nominating
brother-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. A. ternoon and Sunday in Lake City be! present committee will make its
666old L.' Sullivan In Theressa. / 'with Carl Dobbs.
report.
will be to know who Is Interested In Q ? w
Mx1. and Mra. Zevin entertained Friends glad Anyone ? r- i 8
Preparations four Army couples at their Sgt. S. O.- Denmark called his Scouting Is urged to attend this ,

l aid, Tablets, Salve, Nose I house for dinner Monday, folloWing parents. from Delaware Satur- important meeting.Presbyterian.

1 Cse; Only As Directed I the New Year services at day. He will be home on leave

tho USO.NAT .

.. soon.Mrs.. Charles Torres la visiting Starke- Presbyterian! Church, SPECIAL OFFERING

In Ocala, Orlando and
relatives Sunday Sept. 23: COTTON DRESS GOODS 69c
in Florida this - - - yd. |
other places Mr .
Sunday School 0:45: : a. m., !
FEZ ,
: week. Jeanette Young superintendent. Curtain Material 29c Satin 1.25
- - -
Worship service 11 a.
Well, It looks like we Starkestorekeepers Mrs. Y. A. Harris of Gaines- Morning sChildren's
has chosen for the
m. The paxtor
have finally gotten ville spent Tuesday with Mrs. R. first sermon subject after Installation j

yf' together and all decided<< to clone A. Green. She was called back "Some Things Which Makea !
p to Sebastian to the bedside of School Dresses 1.95 3.95
half day on Thursday. It had a- her mother Tuesday night. Church Strong. - to I
Youth Service meets at 6 p. m. I
that customers ,
bout got to the point I
Miss Sylvia Morse\ entered .i I

were so confused they just and Stetson University In' DeLand Recent MarriagesJ. Ladies Fall Dresses JUST 3.95 to 7.95 1 1I
decided to stay at home Tuesday. Her parents, Mr. and ARlU\'ED ;

order from Sears Roebuck. Now Mrs. W. R. Morse accompaniedher P. Coward, KIngstreet, S. C.
we wouldn't want that to happen, there. She Is planning to and Irene Cleveland, Starke. J 4

would we, boys?, major in sociology Cervln P. Yewhard, Camp Blan- Maternity Dresses 5.65 r .
Flattering - - -
ding and Miriam Mae Anderson,
The Rev. Grover Alison madea
Starke.
business trip to Jacksonville

ON I.RATIONEDBUCK :? Wednesday.. FARM NOTES Large Assortment Ladies Sweaters, if

,Mr. and Mrs. O. L. Beasley are By IX T. Dyer County Agent I I'j'
planning to spend this weekend
with Mr. Beasley's brother, C. T. DDT InlM'CtlcldeThe war time
in Lake Alfred. restrictions on the "W 0 n del' 4e7
Beasley
Shoed 1 .
P1a Chemical," DDT, have been lifted 1 ' 'H'

Mrs. Jeanette Klncaid has and it Is found on the market / .
gone to Tampa to visit her In several different forms. '. ) ;I J

r J mother, Mrs. A. C. Durden. This Insecticide has many use t-y to? : I _

BROWN TAN Mrs. V. S. St. John and Miss and Ja very effective against U V EFLL ,re. tt 1
harmful Insects. Everyone
John spent Tuesday in many
Alice St.
should become familiar with its
Jacksonville attending to bus BLANKETS49c
.98 ,. iness.Mr.. uses as well as the precautionsto '
be taken against It. Some ea. -

and Mrs. C. A. Knight people are afraid to use It, but
.95 I have returned from a'' vacationIn this should not be the case: as

/ North Carolina., Mrs. Knightwas It I. safe If used properly. It BOOTEES __
,
for a month and Mr. Is no more dangerous than --t f
gone 55c --....
the pair :
.50 Knight Joined her for the last many other materials on

two weeks. market which are used every I i
/ day In the home and on the .,
and Jackets 2.49
.95 Mr. and Mrs. John B. Dye farm. Sweaters ,i

have returned to their home in The' DDT solution In kerosene ;
and Bootee Set 2.15
Sweater
Cap -
Ft. Lauderdale after spending and other oils Is the principalone ,

several months here. used about the bouse against Robes 2.25 Dresses $1
sad most up
mosquitoes
flies, r
CIi4)L) F. F. Stump and the Rev. W. household peso and It Is very
(DXFCQDS
J. Churchwell attended the Rotary -. effective if used according to Caps 29c, 39c, 65c, 69c i 'Mrt

Club In Gainesville Tuesday.Mrs. directions. This preparation is

Loafer Type Henry Silcox was shop- I not to be used oa animals as OUR BABY DEPARTMENT IS'COMPLETEMEN'S ,
lit would penetrate the skin and
Moccasins ping In Jacksonville Friday.
might cause trouble. $ '
and Lace Elton Andrews has received his DDT can be purchased In duct 'f

discharge from the army and has form, and this preparation has : 1

4.00 been renewing friendships here many uses for control of Insects : SPORT JACKETS

for the past week. He U going to on plant It !Is being used extensively : .

4.50 Columbia, S. C. for a visit before in some sections for 13,95'1
AT TilE VERY LOW PRICE OF
returning to his home In Lawtey. control of srmy worms on sweet

potato vines, cotton and other
4.95Sternberg's Mrs. E. J. Haroutunian made a non-edible plants. It Is also put

business trip to Gainesville last up in liquid (other than oil) for EVERY DAY IS BARGAIN DAY AT THE ii .

Friday. sprays for fruit, vegetables,

Earl Campbell waa In Jacksonville flowers and livestock.
Much experimental work Is
Friday. still being carried out with DDT, STAR STOREalp

1>1ra. V. S. St. John and daughter and this will be published as
available. It Is expectedthat
Alice, were business visitorsto soon as
Tuesday. much! information will be
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4 II .il'# PACE SIX BRADFORD COUNTY TZXEGKAPH. STARKE. FLORIDA FRID\YSEPTE.'I8Q t
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, + -, . .. -.'- .. .. .. .. May 1944 to .July 1945, when he super, !and of course Carolyn minutes ;and the chard held 12 the release of
Callstreet them all. She to 26 percent'of Its original C. manpower ,
returned to the States. tops by other
I': Ai5AT15i- married and has the knack of putting things the beet greens 25 to 39 percent. Government *
S ERVICIE: IV : ) : the Col.father Thrower of one is child. He la at over. The shorter cooking by boiling may trants have the given erroneouTt
for the
the
start was
. .._ .. present residing at the Brown Life isn't any too Interesting water reason that It )
- -- - of C scientists believe la
Hotel, Louisville, Ky. in this part of the world. Aboutall greater saving LO longer neCta,
; ''I K. C. TAYLOR HOMK: OKO. I). DURAND WITH I \V. M. ButT WITHOCCUPATION During their residence here, there la to see are barren obtain favorable detern
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I": ON SKA1IKK LEAVE AIRBORNE DIVISIONPvt. FORCES hills and plenty of fog and rain. from local boards
the Thrower I Ij
!, :; 1 E. C. Taylor, Seabee chief pet. George D. Durand, son of I William Marvin Birt, son of I family operated a It 'isn't too cold yet, but from "Job Jumping"Still the employment before
4 ty officer. Ism Mr, and Mrs S. E Durand of Kfrs. Evelyn Birt of Hamptonand j| farm a short distance north of the looks of things, winter isn't fOr whit

t' spending a leave Route 1, Starke, will arrive in the late Starke. Four of Col. Thrower's too far sway How an old Florida ProhibitedThe are deferred.

here with his the States soon when the 17th Win. P. Burt, Is brothers, Eugene Osgood, Knox, boy will ever make it througha Gen Collins pointed| ()
g mother, Mrs. W Airborne Division returns home now serving in and Morris, are also in the ser winter here is yet to be seen! "Jab: Jumping" provisions Selective Service ot.

: ), ?i+ H. Taylor, and for deactivation. the army o f vice. Eugene V. Chason, USS C. of Selective Service regulations plying to registrants reguatl.|

r his aister, Mrs. Pvt. Durand served as a scout occupation a t OLEN BEDENB: 'GU' G. FPO, New York, N. Y. remain In full force and effect In 25 have not fron
O. K. Odom. He In the 509th Parachute Bn. and Nuernberg, Germany regard to registrants who are changed, at
BACK FROM PACIFICSgt.
'' has been In the participated in the following He enter registrants who leave
.43 Olen L. denbaugb, hus- Hints To HousewivesCOOKING between the ages of 18 and 25 &
campaigns: Rome-Arno, Southern ed the service in x ployment for which
Pacific the
for band of Elizabeth E. Beden- statementby they
to
119 4 4 years, according a
France, Germany, Ardennes, Cen- January;" : ferred without
pant 28 months tral Germany and Rhlneland. He and took his baugh of Hampton, U returningfrom VEGETABLESThe Gen. Vivian Collins, State Director mlnatlon from a favorable

.and will report wears the Purple Heart, the ,traS nl n g at the Pacific rule that water should be : of Selective Service. will be placed in their local

r to'Macon, Ga. Presidential Citation with cluster Camp Croft, S. Theatre o f boiling before vegetables go in to Recent publicity relating to available for service.a class!!
War where he
1 1 It the Invasion Arrowhead and C.; leaving for cook added from
t 1 for reass g n- ,.. has been has support : recent -
-
at the expiration r.Na. the Good Conduct ribbon. the European a research at the Alabama and
ment A
member of the
ip of his leave. He ,Is a Theatre In July 7th Air Michigan Experiment Stations.At .
Army
chief carpanter'a mate. JOHN H. WALKERWITii 1944. His ad- Force for the the Alabama Station, turnip ; From where I sit.-V Joe Mar

POST ENGINEERSJohn dress Is Wm. past 28 months. greens, put on to cook in about
EDWARD SAXON SERVES H. Walker, who recently M. Birt, Co. H., 18th Inf., APO Sgt. Beden- their own weight of cold water -
Oft FAMED "FLAT TOP" received a Navy discharge, is 1, New York. has and cooked 30 minutes from the
Edward Saxon, S 1-c, of the Post Engineers baugh servo 7
F :r son now employed by -
time boiling began, held only
ed in the Hawaiian
y N Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Saxon of at Camp Blanding. He COL. CLYDE THROWER Andy Botkin
Islands, about a third of their original vitamin -
+ Hampton, took part in a recent Is the son of John L. Walker of STATIONED IN. INDIANA
C, but those put into boiling
- and
ual celebration aboard the USS Starke and saw service in Eng Col. Karl Clyde Thrower' son on Salpa.1and d has
water and boiled the same length a hobby
,tt trepld, famed aircraft carrier land and Southern France. of Mr. and Mrs O. A. Thrower,, Okinawa. of time held three-fourths of
I 0iat has a proud record as a former residents of Starke, now HIS n. wue u parents ,
fighting; ship in the Pacific. LT. TRACY M. BAKER living In Jacksonville, has been relatives, and friends are their C. Likewise, asparagus and I Andy Botkin,tavern keeper at Main Street and tl.e: Carder
beans oooked these two
I 1 Officers and men of the Intrepid AWARDED CLUSTERLt. designated as Executive Officer eagerly awaiting his homecoming green by the Garden Cafe, has a hobby. . from men who rcmemb
methods, retained more C when
t celebrated "victory in the Pa- Tracy M. Baker, son of of the Jiffersonvllle, Ind., Quar- which is expected in early started In water.. It's writing to all the servicemen tening to football sarc
s; ;4 i clod and the observance of the Mr. and Mrs T. W, Baker of I I termaster Depot. October. boiling who used:; to make his placea Andy's radio, sharing a

ship's second year In service The I Ir Keystone lights., ____ I! Col. Thrower left Starke with -- The Michigan Station reports sort of club. glass of beer with friends

r fI rd t day's program began with has been award I hlit family in 1921, after attend- EUGENE V. CHISONNOW that plunging: greens into boiling And do they appreciate It!One From where I sit, Andy'

4i thanksgiving services and closed ed the first Oak t,'. ing public school here, and Join- IN NEWFOUNDLAND water saves more C than cooking of them sent him a German com- log a one-man Job of boo
t y with a spectacular fun show. The Leaf Cluster to ed the Army In 1917, shortly af- Argentla, N. F., with only the water that clingsto morale. Andy's
bat helmet another lap flag.He's spotless
a
Re I ter the outbreak of the leaves. Chard and beet tops ; ta'
Intrepld'a history records 80 the Air Medal, World WarI. Sept. 13, 1945. With Its decent
coins and ,
and
Q',-, enemy ships sunk and 650 enemy according to an Discharged, In! 1919, he reenlisted Dear Mr. Matthews( : were tested. got pictures homellkt
t aircraft destroyed by the announcem e n t In 1929 and has seen service Sorry I am late with my sub- Chard, cooked about 22 minutesin souvenirs of all kinds on the, ronndlngs, Is doing a Job 01

carrier's planes and guns. b y Headquarters at many army posts scription renewal, but I've been a covered -pan with. no water wall-mementos with"To Andy"; home front,too.,,in prom,,

Tenth Air throughout the U. S. and in the out of the states since July 12. except that left on the leaves after written on them. moderation and wholesom

,I SGT. ANDERSON RECEIVES Force in Burma, Philippines. In the present war I don't want to miss a single washing, held only S to 8 And he showed me the letters taxation.Copyright. .

fi BKONZK ARROWHEAD India. Serving,! he served 32 months overseas as copy of the, Telegraph. Received percent of its C, and beet greens that he's got back... from home-
T. Sgt. A. W. Anderson, Jr., as a liaison pilot Executive Officer to the Chief several yesterday when we came only 16 to 17 percent. But when sick privates to reminiscent cola kI
r, son of Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Anderson with the 2nd of the Quartermaster Branch, in and have read everythingfrom the greens were plunged into rap nels. Letters about home and

,4 of Starke, has been award Air Commando f trNt Persian' Gulf Command. He servo the ads on! The new column idly boiling water they cooked to

+t' ed the Bronze Service Arrowhead Group of the Sa ed as chief of the Branch from "One Woman's Opinion" is the same tenderness In 7 to 8 I 1945, United Stake Bnutn, F"J",
for participating in the initial
''o
a tt Tenth, Lt. Baker -
1d.a'd?', '{N assault on Morotal land., Netherlands ---- 1 1 1 1 1 I I I 1 I I I I I II 1111111 l a
f"; ;, t East Indies, on D-Day participated I
in numerous light plane missionsof I ,
Sept. 15, 1944. M
',f ; Sgt. Anderson is attached to air Burma supply. and evacuationover BILLION DOLLAR <

I Headquarters, Special Troops, Slat ff'FIVE
'rr Inf. (Dixie) Division, and Is completing Lt. Baker joined the Army 56 _?
e
liik his 18th month of oversea months ago and _has been in the
.$ service. India-Burma Theatre for the

f' past seven months. 'His wife, BUSINESS
( CPL. MEIUULL M. JOHNS Martine Baker lives at Keystone I
!r RETURNS FROM INDIA Heights.

+ !( Cpl. Merrill M. ,Johns has returned I' f e
t I
to the States after serving NEW ADDRESSESOF \\T
'+ I ; 31 months as a cook at the SERVICE: MEN I

20th General Hospital on the Lido Owen W. McRae, BM2-C, 97thC. I

Road In India. He is now enjoy B., Camp Endicott, Davisville, I''
i_ t 'f'i, ing a 30-day furlough with his R. I.A. --t1
K ,- .sisters, Mrs. Lettie Parker of C. Smith S 1-o', Aviation _

( e g! Starke and Miss Irma Johns ofBBelle Supply Depot, Navy 3705, FPO,
Io
t" ,441t 'r; Olai e. At the expiration of SF, Calif.,

4'i'' '! "furlough he will report to Fort Pvt. Jos. T. Wainwright, Casual

ethorpe. reassignment. Co. P.% Pit. ',1,, APO 21?OO,
nr"i SF Calif. l '
I ,,

inductat I : Armed Dempsey Guard: R,, S.Sapp S., RM Warrior 2-c, I'A V V THEN Grandma was a farm girl,she tended the ;:. )r

,/I Camp Claiborne chickens, milked the cows, churned the butter .
Point, FPO, New Orleans, La. : ,
t d St teseloosays (72 percent of the nation's butter I
fthat the United ks J. E. Denmark, S 1-c, USS was home-churned '
'i a mighty good 'after then; less than 20 percent ) When she - _
seeing some LST Slog SF, Calif. today producedmoreeggsandbutterthanthefamilycouldeat- : "- _'. '!
of the filth, hunger, and general Jaa. D. Ricks, Jr., Co. D, 2808 ;_..:. -_-: :;..--,:: :. i, I
i* unsanitary living conditions in CBRD, Camp Parks, Shoemaker, she would trade the rest for "pin-money" or frills. I //I . = _
,
.
India. Calif.THE Today, Grandma's"pin-money"has become BIG -_', ._ j !

money. Last ;year it added more than five billion ..L-.
dollars to the income of U. S. farmers. That's more Here We Are Again! -----------

than hogs brought in-or cattle-or sheep. Just look: Fvtlatlla -m"--,._,.'t r gftccifie lot\
.4kkMr I FACT I IS By GENERAL ELECTRIC I This series of advertisements is renewed in this issue and I .
1944 Grow Form Income will We
appear monthly. again invite you to send in SKILLET DINNER I 1
Dairy I Products..........$2,9 9OOO,000> good ideas which will help others in the business of I '
., tat'ri y+ T+ farming and ranching.We will I Pan fry lib, bulk neat with 2 'tablet
Poultry Products. ........ Z.MS.OOO.OOO/3'24'000'000 .for each good I lamag
idea accepted by the judges, PhYYd' final. onion until brown. Pour off the dripping.Add j
GROWS AN INCH A SECOND Hogt . , . .. ........,. 2,796,000,000 And don t forget to come in and see us whenever are I cup eook.drtes, 1 Yi sup canned tomaloni' end'''
you
" Cattle and Calves..... .................. 2.607OOOOOO are in Chicago-or if you haven't time to visit, phone I cup chill low heat tout fa,Blend 30 mtnutei.well. Cover Donorrabethrm and cook"/ every

p Y AMAZING NEW FEATHERWEIGHT PLASTIC Sheep, Lamb and Wool, .....,........... 4"0'' ,000,000 us at Yards 4200, Extension 710 or write us at any time I Serve with lttuc.salad andcrustybr.ad
LIGHTER THAN CORK HAS about any matter which pertains to agriculture.Remem6to8.I .
BEEN And
DEVELOPED believe it
or not, dairy products alone returned ber address
F.M.
p ,t .: BY GENERAL ELECTRIC RESEARCH more money to farm families than the entire corn Department our 128:,Swift Simpson&Company, Agricultural, Chicago 9 Research,Illinois. L___________ __

i "' SCIENTISTS. MIXTURE IN and wheat crops combined! CULL THE NON_LAYERS /V

Any way you look at it, cows and chickens is a liens in your flocks that:
I -4I TEST TUBE EXPANDS great industry. It is nation-wide, too. California are still producing eggs

l 30 TIMES ITS SIZE and :Texas are crowding close on the leaders Wisrogress Made in regularly in the early fall

cousin! New York,Minnesota, Iowa, and Pennsyl months are superior lay
r IN 10 MINUTES. vania. From !millions of small dairy herds and." Tube" Breeding era. They are the ones to ?

chicken: flocks in every state, as well as from large- save for breeding; stock<
rW :' scale operations, comes the enormous volume of by J.W.Bartlett writes H. L. Kempater .
...
dairy and poultry that such vital Prah..a.olAetnroiHw4andry chairman of the department :;w...?... .
products are a _. .,.." Agricultural Epnmnt StationArtificial of poultry husband .- .'
source of our nation s food.
ry at the University of Missouri.
insemination of livo01..
W.Baru.es
select the I
stock is expanding rapidly. The Mr. Kempater says it's easy to -
b
y.jt first breeding cooperative using this method layers. They are the hens with while
was
i '' brittle I pi i
i ia thanks and with old frayed and
started in New Jersey in 1938.Today there are over
and i
100 such units throughout the nation. Evidence or The slick hens with yellow legs
LETS KEEP : i be u
THE feathers the that should
the success of "test-tube" breeding may be found are ones
in the records of the New Jersey unit. meat.They should be culled outo
MACHINE IN GEAR sired"daughter produced 14% more ArtifiCJ8lly'k to make room for> mature, ready i

1 c 9% more milk than their dams. Another survey pullets now on the range.As it doe n't pan>
In these: days of mechanized fann show.the average yield of 280 "artificial"first-calf hens,try to examine: all individual a
mg : heifers was 8,125 Ibs. of milk and 324.3 Iba. of fat yang............:,. A red comb and moiat eXP
r.M.Simpm ear practically everyone is famil- in 305 days. This is 22.2% more milk and 24% ''vent are sure signs of a layer. If the vent,u
with the
te..... gears that make the more fat than the average of all cows of all ages puckered and yellow, you may be ce
_-s sr. lhJ+k"i at wheels of tractors, combines, and other equip.. in the U. S. A. lien has stopped laying for some time
ment go 'round. Wo know that should one
gear Such records as these are and indicatethat
common
be removed or get out of line-or even if a ein artificial insemination is good practice because ROY GUY REALLY

AN OLD G-E s ale gear-tooth is broken-the machine won't it pays off in improved herds, lowered coats and KNOWS SHEEP
run smoothly, if at alL higher production. Five points to remember are:
CUSTOM. FOR' 37YEARS It is much the same with the livestock'and 1. Good characteristics of proved sires: become un."....D Roy F. Guy head

r: "I GENERAL ELECTRIC meat industry. The three main gears are the available to large groups of livestock owners. . lamb buyer for Swift&Company
producer, the and the 2. Eliminating the herd bull makes it possible to at Chicago since: 1931 t*r
processor
HAS HAD retailer. When
; MEN
one of these keep an extra female which should pay breeding was a lad of 17. he answered,
SPECIALLY ASSIGNED any driving gears" gets out of coats for the herd. . 3. Certain diseases) which en ad in a Kansas City news
TO HELP THE FARMER order then the entire industry suffers.' Coordination might be spread by the sire are lessened. . 4. Examination I>apel''. That led to his first .
of their interests can contribute greatly of semen daily assures fertility of the Job with Swift.a$i-*-weekmessenger
i j.x1'1 ; WITH HIS ELECTRICAL to the smooth functioning of the industry as a sire. . 5. Participation in a planned breeding boy. Before hill >o 1. .

PROBLEMS. whole.I None of us gains by.insisting too vigorously program results in a community interest in better. first year ended, be had .,
"f WOMAN CARRIES 27 that our part of the industry is the only livestock. doubled his salary and was getting a iWbuying.

one which has problems that matter. We gain At the ripe age of 22,Roy Cuy.
TONS! A FARM WIFE more by trying to look at our particularprobLIVESTOCK calf buyer at Chicago. Ha held this j Pent<

CARRIED WATER FROM lame as they affect all of us. other words, : '. MOVIES 'FOR YOU years and then went back: to the starting* witt.

'1''r" SPRING OUTSIDE HOUSE whatever hurts or helps the producer hurts or We will lend J'O'I,1ilm8: for school church or other farm Roy learn Guy lamb has buying. In his 46 million year lam J

( helps the processor and the retailer also. meetings: "Livestock and Meat," "A Nation's Meat bought many
; @ ,
, 1r TO THE AMOUNT OF 27 The Judged in many a show ring. Du.tedw
livestock and meat industry is an important Cows and Chickens.. U.S.A.," pride is in the boys ha hired and,
c,III ' TONS PER YEAR. ANELECTRIC part of tho national economic struc and two brand new animated made good with the Company. "I J1"*'
f}; PUMP COULD ture. We at S"! if. that we movies-"By-Products" and "Meat new boy to be careful in choosing: h l

>a1'. n c ,,,. r HAVE DONE HER WORK FOR can contribute*most to the welfare! of America: Buying ha bits." All for 16-mm. . and to stay with it," h a says.Swift .
-and ourselves-by harmonious sound projectors. You pay transpor
H'' L .. t'i,, 10 C PER MONTH.ELECTHIC. practical working relations: promoting between producers tation one way only. Write Swift & Com panpra

.,........'...... 1.""it11Ii..c'.1P,.r-r.JIoI. t. rs and retailers. &Chicago Company Illinois.Department 128, UNION srOCWNOIS

4"]'. S.mf.ron. e ,

GENnRAL MkurturdR.r.Aily.re.wf * NUTRITION' IS OUR BUSINESS -AND YOURS *

R1lltf Pstns Add. Life
to Tort r Yecu'
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Sr.I"fE.'IBItR __ BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH STARKE FLORIDA PAGE SEVEN 11,; ,

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man's Club -- -
by Mrs. J. A. Odomof Sunday from Jacksonville -- ---- -

Camp Le Jeune, N. C. who is she had visited her where llama spent Monday with Mr. a yearly magazine "The Grade convinced many farmers that It and more, farmers are realizing"'

i 't Farm visiting Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Cope. and daughter, Mr. and son-in-law Mrs and Mrs. R. W Rivers in Keystone Teacher" which, we enjoyed very Is a winter cover
rate The hostesses for the afternoon Revis Young, for a week. Heights Mr. and Mrs. D. much last year. This month we In the northern and western maintenance of the soil are fundamental ;,
B"Y {chitfleldts ,' Mrs. J. R. Kite and Mra En rout W. Williams of Lulu were "sur.prlse" bought ten flower pots, five for, sections of the state. Of course It for success In agricul
$rL . . to their home hi Tallahassee f
-, guests of Mr 1
. R. P. McLendon. served sandwiches from and Mrs. each room. We hope to have' is primarily a crop to be turned ture.

MEETING and cookies with iced tea I Mr. Robert Seville Pendleton Mr. and Williams Monday so spent the some pretty flowers growing before back to the land, as it Is slightly The time to plant winter cover
1JtSITCUB during the social hour spent day with Mr. Williams during long. toxic and not suitable. for gracing -
variety Fall flow- Thursday night with Mr. and the absence of the others. We have been crops is rapidly approaching, and
it
a busy painting so does not serve' the same I
Mrs.
nd J.
J: riot of color a Mr. and Mrs. J, A. BouvIer L. Robinson. farmer who has
our tables every grown
to pea-
i brighten up our purposes which oats and a few
/nd1ng . . .
.
.
club room theY left Saturday to Herbert Flllyaw e . nuts for harvest other
to the spend about ten stationed at rooms and match our flower other winter cover crops serve. or such
? Club met there Tues- days with relatives and friendsIn Balnbrldse. Md., has Just com- New pots. For the specific purpose of, crops on his land during the sum i
last week. Fol7Spre.lv. Geanerette, La. They were accompanied pleted a leave and Mr. and Mrs. River building :and enriching the soil, mer will do well to plant blue lupine -

, e opening of to' Milton by Mrs. J. M. D. Young were among the The S e e e e . e e however It Is the best winter or some other crop that will r

. ling' the president. Mrs. L. Williams who' will be with her relatives in this section whom . .By. e School. . e cover crop that has been developed enrich and rebuild the soil.\ .I i.I50cCD
N rney. introduced to the son and his family there for he visited. Of Interest to friends HamptonBy thus far In Florida.
Harold R. Barnes, that length of time and to New Is the fact: that his training Includes Mrs. Chester Andrews is re- i
1Ie" ReV. Barnes Ssttendent Orleans CN hla twelfth cupeiatln, nicely In the State 1'11"11.t.! C. SvtwneyVMS The anticipated expansion of
I by Jo
peaker. of the Methodist I who returned then Mary to her Caldwell duties work. grade school Farm Hospital. It Is thought \ acreage of blue lupine, oats, and :t&I1ITJJ.oJTOR&! : !
MKKTI.NO: other winter
Enterprise I that she will be home in a few cover crops is a 1 I
'rtJI'J Home at slides at Charity Hospital in that city. Returning from services at days. The Woman's Missionary! Societyof striking Indication that farmers
the aid of colored Mrs. M. E. Griner went to Union Church near Hellbronn the ACID INDIGESTIO
"* a E. A. and relatives Baptist Church held its are looking more closoly and with I Igrt'ater
Sapp of
there gave Fort Smith
Ark.
scenes Sunday. She Springs and ,
having dinner regular
ung Instl- with Brooker the monthly meeting at the concern than ever to
of his spent weekend with
.Description accompanied Mrs. Martin Griner Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Davis home of Mrs.
Sun- his sister M. Watterson on their land -to the Importance of i
V, also answered ques- and baby, Martin, 3rd, who' will day were Mr. and Mrs. Dewey Mrs. Lula Hunt of Thursday, Sept 13. The day's enriching and maintaining It so 4s

of club members prompted remain there while Capt. Martin Fish, Henry Conners, Henry Hunt Mulberry. At this writing Mrs. topic was: "Women In Southern It will continue productive. r

It interest !in the Home on Griner is stationed at near-by Rhoden and John Crews of Ba- Is Improving. Baptist History' with each mem- This movement toward more V t s J

It of titsmembe orshlp Camp Chaffee. Mrs. Griner, Sr., ker County. MI's. Jesse! Lee Lazcnby and ber taking an active part In the I
,e lOr s, little will return home In two weeks. Mrs M. D. Young came home sons Joe and Jon Wesconnet program. and more cover crops IH gaining

t Johnson Mrs. Kelly Tyus underwent a Tuesday from Ashburn. Ga. spent the weekend at their home During the business period the steady momentum In Florida agriculture l
entertaining feature oft major operation In the Lake City where hei'e. and It will continue to
,;:her she had been with her election of officers for the com-
!! . I, Oe! activities of her Woe ternoon visitors of Mrs. Tyus day. ler was visiting her cousin, MarJorie elusion of the meeting Mrs. Wat results In better crops In their Carpenter's' Drug Storr

were Mr and Mrs J. G. Caldwell Mra. J. T. Watkins, Mrs. E. Mrs.Moody Rhoda Tuesday. terson served refreshments of Iced own or other farmers' fields. More 4I
Dowling and grandson -
and daughters and H. K.
Tyus O. grape juice with cake and assorted -
Land and Mrs A. C.
Davis Ronnie .. .
and their Friends are spending some 0---- - - - - --
sons. -
are gratified in sandwiches to her guests.'

to hear reports of continued were Dinner Jacksonville guests of Mr.Thursday.and Mrs. Joe time Dowling.Mrs.In Live. Oak with her son I: Mr. and Mrs. Percy E. Griffinof I For Safety Comfort and Economy . ,
in Mrs. : \
improvement Tyus'condition. Dave ,
Jacksonville
Thornton Monday were M. F Wiggins and Mrs.E. arrived Thursday V-- p '
Mrs. Emory Townsend and Mrs. A. Sapp made a business trip to' spend several days with Mr. FOIl COIRTKOUS ;:t
Mr. and Mrs. W C. Rogers of Andrew Crews of Raiford. to' Gainesville Monday Griffin's parents, Mr. and Mrs. W.
Lakeland are visitors of their H. Griffin. CORRECT r ....
During the past week several Mr. and Mrs. A. P. Johns and J f I r
and daughter-in-law Mr. and
son ,
Mrs. Al Rogers. Joining ,her par- members of the Watts family family spent the weekend In Mrs. J. W. Horne spent Friday INFORMATION J.u ,j
L1A'
had a happy re-union at the Midway with Mrs. Johns' par shopping In Jacksonville J i I
ents here for the 7
day Sundaywas home of Mr. and Mrs. Lynwood ents, Mr. and Mrs. N. A. Conner Please Thone 147
Mrs. Claudia Lee Cuff of Mr. and Mrs. James Walker
Watts Lamar! Watts who had .
Jacksonville. She ,and children were week-end guestsof
was accom-
e been In service In the Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Brownof
panied by her little daughter European Mr and Mrs. Freeman Hall. Ride Florida Motor Lines a Greyhound Busses I
theatre for three Worthington Springs
discharged were
years was -
Cathie and father-in-law They were enroute to their homein UNION BUS STATIONTemple
by from Blanding Tuesday. visiting Mr. and Mrs. S. L. Crews
J. Knott of Jacksonville Beach. Their mother, Mrs. Rosa Wattsof and family Thursday afternoon. West Palm Beach after spend- Ave. LACY CONWAY, Agent Stark n e.

E. Call Street Sryan: Whitfield and daughter, Chattahooche, came Wednes- Mr. and Mrs L. L. Renfroe ing a vacation In New Jersey. - -.
113 Miss Roberta Whltfield. were Mrs. O. K. Prince of Tampa
and and Samuel
8TABKE FLA. day another brother, J. B. son were visiting .
I guests of Mrs. R. D. Whitfield Watts of Tampa, arrived Saturday Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Johns and I was visiting Mrs. Ida Maxwell last

full line in Fruitland Park for several The visitors left for their family Tuesday afternoon. ; Friday
\We have a I days this week. respective homes Sunday and C. E. Andrews made a busi- I Mrs. J. I;'. Johnson had as her

f the fanciest fruits Miss Sara Crews of Starke was Monday. ness trip to' the livestock mar- : guest Sunday, the Rev. Fred Doddof

the overnight guest of Miss Lila ket In Lake City Thursday. MldlakesMaurlcj ,
Mr.
and Mrs. J. H
Hundley
tegtables. qr
4 of the Merchant
Rae Caldwell Sunday.Mr. had Mr. and Mrs. A. P. Johns Seely

|A good supply of and Mrs. W. N. North had and as Mrs.guests Jim last Rltch weekendMr. of Camp Mrs. Julia Johns, Beland Johns Mrs.Marines Llnrie Is visiting Seely. his mother,

ortening I as their guests Thursday night Blanding and Mrs. Reese Bradley and Mrs. Carl Nettles spent Friday Sgt. Albert Corbin received his. '
I Mrs. Paul Beavers of Tallassee, and sons, Clifton and Jack with Mrs. Mary Whitehead .
ami he
discharge Monday
\Tender Beef Roast, I Alabama, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Wayne of Jacksonville. of Raiford. army and Mrs Corbin left for their FiJW ,.c

\\lew and Delicious : Guy of Manchester, Ga. and J. Mrs. Leonard Anderson came Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Andrewswere home In Perry after spending two ,

M. Guy of Ellaville, Ga. from Miami Friday to be with in Gainesville Wednesdayon years in our' community.

[teaks. Mrs. Dave Thornton spent her parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. E. business.
Tuesday .)f last week with her Crews, until Corp. Anderson Is Mr. and Mrs. Carl Nettles and . . e . . .. . /adC) v
Elbi.>rt made business
TO YOUR son a tripto .rv
COME 'relatives, Mr. and Mrs. Frank released from the Army.

TIP TOP STOREOU Brannen, at their country home Mrs, R. P. McLendon spent Mr.Jacksonville Saturday LAWTEYBy
and Mrs. Norman
ARE WELCOME near Lake Butler. I last Thursday, Friday and Sat- gins of Jacksonville and Mr.Wig-and NOW OPEN TO SERVE YOU h h9o1 hi
Mrs. B. A. Stafford returned urday with relatives In Gaines- Mrs. Math Sapp of Lake Butler :Mm. Mamie Crew)

ville.Guests were visiting :'11'. and Mrs. M. F. . . e . e . .
of Mr. and Mrs. I. J. i
Wiggins Sunday. Arthur Taylor Is home on
Williams last week-end were Mr.
apt Service Careful Drivers and MT3. Edwards Brinson and Mr. and Mrs' Carl Nettles and leave from overseas duty. He Is .
son Elburt spent the weekend in the son of Mr. and Mrs. Hardy ..
Miss Kathryn Tlpplngs of Fer-
Midway with their parents, Mr. Taylor and the husband of Mrs.
nandina. With her visitors and
STARKE TAXI SERVICE and Mrs. D. J. Nettles Ebble: Taylor
,
little Wayne Williams, Mrs Wil- a
M. L. Johns 'was visiting M. Mrs. Maggie Kelly of New after the game.
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,**> -* andMACK'S i .. -4* L. Jr., In Hope Haven Hospital Rlver--*pf'nd'ftg some time with O
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In Jacksonville Sunday after her son and! daughter-in-law. > amnu

Mr. and Mrs IT. C. Kelley.
{ TAXI SERVICEPhone DD noon.We are very happy to' say pvt. i Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Taylorof

PS Harold Crews, son of Mr. and ,Clay Hill were visiting Mr.

150 / Ai'ra. Kirby Crews spent Friday Taylor's brother-in-law and sister -
afternoon! with his brother-in-law Mr, and Mrs J. T. Prevail.

Day Nights I.EEPTHEM and sister Mr' and Mrs. Curtis Donald Wllkeison( of Jackson- , l uT9
Dukes. He Is enjoying a 30-day ville was visiting his parents

furlough Most of his time over- Mr. and Mrs H. L. Wilkeison THAN iC W rI
Start Your
seas was spent In Germany.We over the weekend!

Post ,War Planning are very proud of the Lloyd Howe of Jacksonvillewas
a
t things we get with our news In Lawtey Thursday,
By Placing Your money. Last month we ordered Elma and Glenn Crews were in > i
Starke I I IAIwn
Order Note For __ n__ ___ __ _. _ Saturday.Mrs.
Laura Brown has returned
EVERYBODY These Appliances I 110 tOL K>OW AUOI'TROACHES' to her home In Plant City af- / r.nn"d..I. C5.' '. C',1 I..N i

ENJOYS EATINGAT I ter spending Home time with her iIIHomemade

BENDIX I Inter, Mrs. Georgia Sapp. J
Ham fan riant .0..... fur trfu
Charles Howe has opened a
AUTOMATIC I < net rid at them all. not gust
kill... few that ren ran hit cafe in the old Peele place which
e PARK CAFE HOME LAUNDRY with Into n spray powder.r >Bunt by 0.nrrldrnt.K3D that .walk will be known as the Lawtey Chili Hot Dogs SandwichesOur

HOT POINT Grill.We
are sorry to have J. L. Specialty. . I

REFRIGERATORSRANGES Harrell on the sick list t his
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fot'H .KiLI.ella week. We hope you soon recover k'
Delicious Regular Meals HEATERSAs 19 DIPS fueSY1' TilE HOME '
WATER Uncle Joe.
Healthful Vegetable Plates It.Itoaeh.a Thry. rat dry It up brramiv and dl.they "Safeto ,Ilk.1 Mrs. Perry bavls was visitingher OF HOME COOKINGerry's

These Become AvailableWe u..... !\.m-pol..onoii. to man daughter Mrs. C. R. Crews, ( Ii
Short Orders Will Fill Orders In and pelu.15c I Monday -a ,

Order of Application and 25c pkgs. I Mrs. R. L. Bradley and Mrs. )

Myrtle VanZant were In Starke
Sistrunk Feed and
FULL LINE on business Monday. '

ONWAY'S'Service Seed Co. i

'WIRING SUPPLIES I I >.... oratloni 114 F. Call Rural CommonsenseWINTER CALL STREET
'I'\R"t. PLA. NEXT DOCK TO WESTERN: UNION
I Mf.. hr MrPhnll ProduMaOrlaailo COVER CROP
StationPHONE . Fl.
S Electric Motors EXPANSION IS GOOD
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SIGN OF PROGRESS

147 RING :2 FOR SERVICE Fluorescent
Prospects for Florida having Old Place *
FIXTURES: & STRIPS the largest acreage of blue lupine Sarge's

Oil Changing during the coming winter that It
I Decca Records has had since this great soil- I
STARKE'S ORIGINAL
Greasing I i building crop was first tried I If

Waxing Exhaust FansFlashlights about a decade ago are indeed f
ARMYSTORE
I encourag;ig to folks who' realize -
i Washing I that the soil must be givena

/ Polishing I AND BVTTERIE9 chance to '"come back" after
producing a market crop.

., Tire Repairs Hot Shot Seed production In Florida, as ,
well as In Georgia this year
LECTRIC ARC WELDING B.ITTERIESDelta reached a record high, and blue AuthorizedBy

lupine will be planted on thousands -
- Lanterns EXPERTWORKMANSHIP of acres which have not The War Department {

A.J10CO known the before.Its I
crop
GAS ONE HOUR I Duo Therm
OIL great production of green
& GREASE e HEATERS growth to be returned to the soil Operated I '

and the comparatively short time By an Ex-Soldier

Quaker Bed Lamps required for this production haveiv

State ALL WORK .
'U''T COI KT ftlt"UrnlllJ
Oil Desk Lamps COI. ' '
ERT. HEADQUARTERS'
Sealed 4 GUARANTEEDYOU ABnl.I.. D-nnlnir. Plaintiff va.Henrr .
Containers D.nnlnaJet.ndant., Case FOR ALL MILITARY SUPPLIES
4im
Radio Service NO. ORDER rur-urATro.v
NOVELTIES and JEWELRY
RIDE -uuJ CAN ENTRUST YOUR ANT NOTir-R': TO APPEAR
STATE OF FLORIDA to Henr"
FLORIDA. AUTO LITEBATTERIES FINEST WITCH TO OCR Donnlnn who. re.l'l.nr. and ad
CARE dreM. I la Lllllna-ton, N. C. .
MOTOR You are required. to appear M i.
LINES October 8, 145. In the above nam.d Ben Suslow'sArmy t
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GREYHOUND Court and cause wherein plaintiff :
WiNKLER ...k. divorce. Bradford County
BUSSES Telegraph ahaII'publish this
Order In next four weekly liawea.Wltnene .
For Safety Il tI7I.. TheSTAG my hand and official/
f4mtort e. real at Ht rke. Florida, this September Store
& Service a, 1 45OFFICIAL ,
Economy
Electric ( HEAL) A. J. Thomas,
Phone A. Cleric of laid Tourt.
147 It Avenue Carter Bids., Starke ('h... K. He... :04 Kealty Jllde.Ja.k.onvl1l" 209 E. Call Street Starke Fla. I.I
Take Care Of 226 Temple FU. Attjr. for tIf.r '

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a. iGIf.EmllT! BRADFORD COPNTT TELEGRAPH.!: STARK FLORIDA FRIDAY SE1'TI\f1tlt:' :
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tiff *eek. divorce. FYadford County County of Bradford. State of Flor
General Electric Presbyterian Pastor Telegraph shall publish this OrderIn ida.
17 next four weekly Issue Uales such certificate or certificate
Store Announced Installed TonightThe Witness my hand and official shall.,bo redeemed according
seal I at Stark, Florida this September to law the' ,property described In
U. 1919. such will
vertUteate certificates
.J. B. Alexander and R. S. Was Rev. J. 1.. West will be Installed (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. i. Thomas fe. sold to the or highest bidder at

din announce that they will bring a:* pastor of the Starke A* Clerk of ..aid Court. the court house door on the first
Electric It. H. Duncan-617 Lynch RldgrJarkBOnvllle Monday in Month of October 11'45.'
General -
of
. the complete line Presbyterian Church In services Fla Atty. for Plf. which I* the let day of October
equipment to the people of 9.21 4t 10-12
,; starke and vicinity about the held tonight (Friday) at 8 p. m. ___ 145.Dated this 27th day of August,

The Rev. A. W. Pierce of Green NOTI'I'J 1I4S. !
first of the when they will
year NOTICE 18 HEREBY JIVES that (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas. '
,Y open a partnership business In Cove will serve as moderator the undirslcnod la engaged In Clerk of Circuit Court of Bradford i
business. under the fictitious name County Florida. 8-21 4t t.11 1
the building owned by Mr. waeA for the Installation and pastors of Ueo. C. Johns Furnltur. Co., located -

din on Temple Avenue at Pratt In the Ureen Bid*;., Call Bt. NOTICE Or APPLICATION: FOR
'of other Florida churches will
A 8tarke. Fla. and Intend to register TAX: DKKDjllme
I St. take part. the Bald fictitious name In the office + Bill N.. 11Ie2
it la not yet known of the Clerk of the Circuit 13 IIEREPY GIVEN
Although Mr. West comes to Starke from Court of Bradford County, Fla. NOTItISI.:' ;' Alderman the holder of
Just when all of the General Parkersburg West Virginia wherehe Oeorsre C .Johns. the following certificate has filed
Electric items will reach the 9.21 4t 10-21 Lake Putler, Fla. 'Bald certificates for a tax deed to '
served 13: years in the Indus- be Issued thereon The certificate I
states
Mr. Alexander 1 I
market. trial Missions Field. NOTICE OV APPLICATION: FOR number. and year of Issuance, the
that aa soon as they can be obtained TAx: : DEED description of the property and
+ will offer The public is Invited to the Installation >!...* Ulll !N.. 1H3 the name In which It wa assessed
the new firm service. 18 HEREBY, GIVEN are a. folo....:
r ranges radios, refrigerators, vacuum thrtO'pCi.: Packham the 'holder of Certificate No. 22 Tear of Issuance -
n a I cleaners, hot water heater the following certificate has flied 141 20 Acre
:r Bald certificate for a tax deed
?, flat plate Ironers rotary Bible Story Hour to be Issued thereon. The certificate Description of Property N% THREE."S .
of NW% of SWVi Sec. 15, Twp. 8 LAST DAY
auto number and :year of Issuance
;r storage cabinets,
Ironers
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The Bible the description of the property | H.: R. 20 E., 20 Acres.Name ,
Neighborhood Story
matic blankets electric sinks, and / I and the name In which It In which assessed: Unknown
home freezers. Orders are being Hour continues attracting a large wa assessed are aa follows: ;
of children each Tuesday Certificate' No. 62 Year of Is- Certificate No. 23 Year of. Issuance
taken now although delivery group suanc 1141.Description. 1941.Description.
.! Is not promised. for ,any definiter afternoon at 3 p. m. In the Methodist of Property, Aundivided of Property N%
r recreation building. Interest In NKVi! \ of NE% of N1CL4 Of SW4' Sec. 15 Twp. 6
date ex 1V4 A In NK Cor & ex about I S. R. 20 E., 20 Acres. ; ,/'j :''rT : :." tri'' ;' ; : ; : ':1 locks.
't.S' ,
lhe General All children are invited to par A In SB Cor & ex platted land : "R" S' : 1 t
Nam. In
In ad ticipate In this activity, which includes In SW Cor A ex. a Strip 130 feet known: " ': t. ."' 'I C ..'
;ry y Electric line, Alexander and Was- wide N & S, N of Blk 4 aV 7 of Hell- Certificate No. 21S Year of Issuance '. , "- -, .' OA;I
din will cary a complete line of vlsua I a I d illustrations bronn Hprlnvs, AlMa all that portion 1941.Description. ... \
tires batteries and learning new songs and scripture of NW 4 of NEV4 E of road *xIVi of Property, SE4 --
Goodyear ,
A in NW Cor & ex platted of NEVi NRVi' of SEM.' Sec 30 "
i _' 1 accessories In connection with verses and other features. Refreshment land In SE Cor A ex a strip 130 ft Twp. 8 S. R. 22 E., 80 Acres. t t- -- vs ...I' CAP
the business' they will operate a are served at the closeof N & H N of Blk 4 Hellbronn 8pga.( Name. In which .assessed Mrs. :-.... -
Sec. ail Twp. B H. It. 21 H. 43 Acres.Name Onle Freeman; \ P' a." .
{ I i complete service {tatlon and a each Bastion. In which assessed Green A portion of Certificate No. 217

o.. ', lubrltorlum will be constructed & Mitchell; Year of Issuance 1941. .J.4
d build- Certificate No. 221 Tear of Issuance __Description!, =. of Property. ,. 8V of CAR C LEA U P &
1', just south of the present C of C Meeting 1941.Description. _ tiny. of SWVi ex 1 lot In NE cor -
01 rropeny, i-.oi W. of road ex about 1 A on S
l IngFor 2. 3 of Elk 21 Knlghfs Sub-DIv Side W of road 13 ex that portion He.Ty.
..a the past several years this. Following a summer recess, the of SWH of SEVi: Sea 21 Twp I S. E of road 13 Sec. 21 Twp. ( Pfe-w
t. Starke Chamber of Commerce will R.. 23 21. 8 R. 22 E. leas Com at W side of rjt
r.. building has been used for restaurant
Name In which aeed. Un Yaeatl3l,
Road 12
180 ft. N on S line of
:. '' and will be hold its first fall meeting Monday known.A BKVi of
purposes SWVi\ & run N 200 ft. W i'VIUES oct
: : d completely renovated before the night at 8 o'clock in the portion of Certificate No. 2ST 220(>> ft. B too ft. F! to pt of Beg. _
I Tear of Issuance 1(41 Sec. 21 Tw i. 8 8. R. 22 E., 14 ii
"i; i tt l + new firm, opens there early In County Commissioners room in Description of Property. Lot S Acre :f
N 1949. the courthouse. of Plk :27. Livingston Truby Name In which assessed. Un
? Co's Addition to Town of Starke known; ,
A qn1 The meeting was called by A. J.I I Hec. tS Twp. 6 8. R. 22 E. Certificate No. 268. Year of Issuance r.- BUY
"' Name In which Assessed 'Cecil 1941.Description. '
Thomas president of the organization -
Baptist Church L. Dou 1..; of Prop..rlLot S .
1 who stated that several Certificate No. 174 Tear of Issuance of Blk 2T Temple Addition to Oee" _.... ."

This Important matters will be taken 1941.Description. 22 Acres. .
Sunday morning at the of Property, F>ael Name In which assessed Unknown Tear. .1a.1. .f ]'.... AnteO1.an.r .
First Baptist Church of Starke, up at this time. Lot C, D of Blk aGo ;J. M. John ; _ "
the pastor, Rev I.. D. Haines will Addition to Stark See. SS, Twp. 5 Certificate No. 293 Tear of Issuance Radiator Ol* n.r'CUaasr '- W'
IN: rinrtiiT a. R. 22 E. '
COURT. BRADFORD 1941.Desclptlon. :.r.WU Black IoK
I
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; use as hie sermon "The .. Name In which A
topic, (01'' ", FLORIDA i.x: CHAIMC.KHT. assessed. Un of Property All '
Unchanging Christ At the 8 known; SW y, of SV4 of NEtt" E of road. 1 Drsssinc,Tonsh-Vp' ]la...., FlRS"'r
s Nona Brown Newlon Plaintiff v*. Certificate No. 288 Tear of Issuance Sec. 32 Twp. 9 8 R 22 E., 2 Acrea. BUck: Tlr Paint, Olanr' mi -AID KIT
+ d" + o'clock of 1141.D..crlptlon.
Happy Hour Evange YVaymond R. Newton Defendant Name In which assessed. Hoover. ,
NT ham, the message will be "EcceHomo. :, Case No. 4042.OKDEB of Property, BH A Futch Co. ,Polish, :Badlator Bolder,U41114
{ Com at NW Cor of NWVi\ of SW14 2Znclttdcs
OF PUBLICATION I All of said property being In the I
j1' AM> NOTICE TO APPEAR & run 8 on Sec line to.. post, County of Bradford State of Flor Wee; Past Wag .
STATE OF FLORIDA to Way. thence E to within 80 ft of the EiJ toercntoclro
i ; ; .j Sunday School meets at 9:43: : mond n. Newton, NFL No. 2, Way center of Ry thence N Parallel ida.Unless such certificate or certificate row Save OS/ bandages, tdieslTt 4
.74 a c A to study "Joseph's Testimony toGod'e lace west Virginia' and Pfc Wayiiioiid with Ry to i4; line of said NWVI\ shall be redemed according gauze and absorbent;
II. Newlon 86379846 1107th Air of 8W14' thence W to bog Sec. I to law. the property described In (
Providence.I At 6:43: : Kntflnevrlnflr H<|. Hlth! Air Bur-vice: 33 Twp. A 8. R. 22 E., B Acre such certificate or certificate will JPlayjafo, keep it on till
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tu : Training Unions meet to discuss Up. Al>(> 141) % 1'OBTmanter New Name In which assessed J. C. be old to the highest( bidder at
York New York. Jones; J the court house door on the first
the
topic, "An Enslaving Foe Disguised You are required to appear "on Certificate No. 330 Tear of Issuance Monday In month of October 1945! 20c TRADE-IN FOR YOUROLD
as Friend." October XI I9G. In the above named 19U.DeMl'rlption, which I I. the Jet day of October, TREMENDOUR
Court and cauao,, wherein plaintiff of Property All W% 1945.
y y, + Regular midweek services are Man It. divorce and reHtoratlon of SKVi of HW', W of Ry, Sec. 30 Dated. this 27 day of August PLUGS E DUCT 10
Twp. 7 S H. 23 E., 7 Acres.. 1945.
held each Wednesday at 8 of Malden Name. Bradford County
p. m.,
k Telegraph rball publlHh this Order Name In which assessed, T. :J. (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas.
+ with testimony and Bible Study. In next. four weekly |SBUH. Alderman. Clerk of Circuit Court of Bradford
The public will find a cordial Witness my hand and official All of said property being In the County, Florida. 8-31 4t 9.21 CLOTHESBASIMad

welcome at Heal at Htarke. Florida thin "Sep J* IP POLONIUM ",
any service withy tember' 18 J945.
? classes 'and departments for all (OFFICIAL 8RAL) A. J. Thomas I

'. t ages In the study of the Bible. T.Aa Frank Clerk Lnndrum.of Bald Court."Starke' Florida I SPARKPLUGSBsxV 2.9

Atty. fur I'lf. 0-21 4t 1012it I HURRICANE WARNINGSince
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Methodist Church : ( inn IT (.'011'. BRADFORD

COUNTY, KLOHIUtl l\ CHAN- : of
closely WOT
1926 sevenhurricanes
IKUY. of
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a r't i 1 "t Thought upon My Ways" is Martha Van 811., Plaintiff v.. William disaster BsxV K;once-ta-a-Wno-moon Tain no motortrt" Imported willow.Belnfa

announced by the Rev. W. J. Van Mile, Defendant. Case No proportions have swept will want to mlssl Onarantssd to giro quicker. toy" and.bottom.
.
''s.4 InY7 y { Chui'chwell'aa topic of the morn- 4U4.1 ORDER OK PUBLICATION over various sections of the United oasisr starts 01' your money backl) -

/ fug; sermon at the Methodist ANI NOTICE TO APPEAR States. Most of them struck in .

f { it s Church special The choir has Van.8TATIS title: U whose FFLORIliA address to William In-Pfo September.The F I Wit,,,,.. While/' 'f V

arranged < music and this William Van SII.-10111571 652nd.. only protection against windstorm V E''

i''' h feeing the fourth Sunday of the (muster'. loath Ban leap Francisco nn., APO 703 Calif.% Poat- loss is INSURANCE. Don'twait t ,.cOME-IN., SA <8 7 W1HSTLIPOLISH .

to month it will be observed as You are required to appear on until you see the warning I __ SILVER
t j* ; w' missionary Sunday.Congregational October HJ.: 1945 In the above named TEAKET
I
'. Court and cause, wherein plaintiff signal-that will be too late.
,
j tit& singing will be I. Meek divorce Bradford County
y
1" g featured I| Telegraph hall publish this Order Call Us Today Phone 146 STEEL
/ at the
evening service Sale!
ll In next four weekly Insuea.Wltneea .
,t + and a special selection will be of my hand and official

il4 + l; fered. The evening services are .I September neat at dtarkw 1945.OFFICIAL ,. Florida this 18th H. C. WALL AGENCY SKILLET 65c 1.39

very e'.angel tlc and the topic ( : SEAL) A. J. ThomaM s
for this I AH Clerk of Bald Court. 69c A soft cream
one will be, "The Man Heatproof
r; of T. Frank Landrum. Starke FloridA Harold O. Wall .loa E. Wilson h.e.- polish, free
( t the Hour". Atty. for Plf. -21 4t 10-12 mno-incn..mon -- from all abra Class plastic

v ,{ Al Church School meets at 10 a. I'M: CIRCUIT ('OI'RT "APFonurO"I"'V useful sore for thfamily. seesaw elves Does the band!..

yl, ; m. with a ClAM for every age. '! FI.OHIU4I I> CHAN I ."'.UI' Job beautifully, 1J.q"size.
'rp 1'K..Y.Clarence. - --
a.
aslly..
r'n; Prayer Meeting each Wednesday Jack o n. Plaintiff v..
+ evening at 8 p. m., a Bible Study Sarah 13.. Jackson Defendant. Case CLASSIFIEDMATTRESSES
trI No. 4045.OKI Ii
b'
i Hour. Everyone will be welcome. )KIR OF PUBLICATION

AND NOTICE TO APPEAR -
STATE OF FLORIDA to Sarah -- JUST A I VAllt85c
BIG
At The TabernacleVisitors E. Jackson whose address !III: (32 of all kind renovated HAVE IT FIXED Many little FEWJ. 5 ALE !
Cookman Ave, Anbury Park. N. J. ; furniture' upholstered and things are breaking up around
to the You are required to appear on retlal_ .d. Dr.p us a card. the house these day that
Tabernacle this October :22. 1945. in the above named HASTINGS MATTRESS CO., Box would replace If you could you get Rep.
week have enjoyed a series of Court. and cause wherein plain ISO. PalaU... Fla. tf them. This I I. Impossible, but I
line message by Dr. John Mc tiff seek divorce Bradford County maybe I can. fix It. Ask for PLASTICFUNNEL f WASH
: Telegraph shall publish this Order STRAWBERRY and Frank at Telegraph Office.
truck farmerwanted. tf
; Neil of Washington, D. C. His In next four weekly. Issues. Will share-crop or rent. ? 'U-5piid
Witness my hand and official neal ;
; sermons have been 20 land miles North
of
interesting acre 4Vi Boa
at Stark. Florida, this 19th
; September
n k t 4 and Informative and presented in 1943OFFICIAL Stark, lights, new, 8 tool room and house horse, plastered I fur I LIST YOUR FARM. CITY AND BIKETIRE

t y an unforgetable way. In addition (Aa Clerk of SEAL Bald)Court.A. J. Thomas nished. See M. R. Judd, cornerLafayette I BUSINESS PROPERTY . 69c
: ' ': and Adam Starke.
Sta.
; ; to being forceful speaker. Dr. T. Frank I..ndrum. Starke, Florida tf
t' McNelll Is also an accomplished Atty. for Pit. 8-21 4t 10-12 Easy to fill Jan or bottle*

,- ------- -- -----.- ----- --- with this strong plastlofannel. $2.29 Bas heavy eofra5.ui
musician and played several of IV: CIRCUIT COI'RT. BRADFORD STROUT SELLS REAL uiI *"
w his own COI'NTl.' FXVHIUAI CHANCK.KY. EeTATaI Ideal for canning., rubbing surface
compositions on the 30 ROOMSCABINS Greatest advertise .f __.> Fits all straight aid and Pondorosa DIS5hook tsv
English concertina and piano. Hunch L. Hammond Plaintiff ve. try ...**"". It**) *aaj ever typo rtm& SUI J:2.125.
Saturday night will be given Mantle Beard Hammond Defendant. nj>OO *ale. ef Hm**_Varm._
Case Nl 4038.ORDER A_. .. .
ANDKITCHENETTES .."... frejM all ever eke
y over
.t 6 mostly to music and Dr. OF PUBLICATIONAN "" ..... Fee. .*.. llli*;.
McNelll has promised to sing especially !) NOTICE TO APPEAR E.
(% for STATE OF FLORIDA tot Margie A.STROUT REALTY AGENCY JUST A FEW.:
the soldiers Services
I' 4 Beard Hammond whose residence
1 wilt continue'through Sunday evening l let 628 Hay Street* Fayettevllle. Gas Heat Gas Cooking Represented Locally By

1 and .U North Carolina. v LightsCompletely F. O. IIOUUNOSWOKTH
everyone cordially You are required to appear on t
welcome., t October 22, 1945 In the above named 118 So. Walnut St. _. _
tI: Court and cause. wherein plain. Furnished FMreilere WHITE

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SPENCER: SUPPORTS Individually Aro, M fLU
Book A Room Ahead delrnd. Mrs. Bertha Pearce, $Q( -I 1 POLISH TIRE ,by
West Madison: St. T-28-4tp :;aloe WAI

For Wife Or Parents FOR 8ALE2-burner New Perfection PAINT
49c
oil stove with built-in oven. _. ; : 65c
4V A bar era In.- J., R. J'
UTMENTSFtI ? LARRY'S PLACE Eoos 11H. Wainwright Wont crack or' peet
I' Jort spread It tad
on wipe Gina the appear-> aaowjo \ to 9
1000 Feet From B Gate FOR oil heater BALE-and On*3 tare gas heaters.circulating Inquire T Plat it try Otoam M- it polish* of whit side- OUCwalls. Polishe..aaily....r.r..taUDI lusttn

KINGSLEY LAKE Coca-Cola Plant. Itp erase.

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? CENT l..odT-R.d butt-headed cow and .
WANTED heifer calf with sale tag 4n ear.
Painting and "M
carpenter
Reward for return or Informatlon. .
Rte 1 work., Doc 77 Reasonable. C. W.. Batten.price. .-Billy Dowlln-, Stark.. Itp m CIITf BUY
+ ...:! : BIG
9-14-2p'. SALESMAN WANTEO--W.-: =:itb BARGAIN

SEE US A Accident company want salesman JI'W AL
j I l' FOR 4 room SALE and--one 20 2 acre room farm building one, to. call on Government *mploye . .

IF YOU NEED : Crawford 2 If acre sold trawberrle Immediately.on the .farm.Price Se. *Inquireat Peach$1500 work.renewals.* Liberal Will P. O.train commission Box If: 2259 willing with University to. Clothesi.sket Rofl. 1.09VARNISH B R U S

store In Hellbronn Springs. Station Oalnesvll, Fla.
/1AT APARTMENT 1' t 9-14-2p ItpSTRAY.ED
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." : 3.08 BRUSH 69c
'J.. FOR RENT-3 two-room furnished -Part Brahma bull yearling -
\ ,I apartment, electric lights. $20 bUck with i Hunt brown A ,
per month each. 4 mile out on stripe on back. Short horn No WIS" 1 Roritilslrb
( Raiford road. Clayton Crawford. mark or brand. If seen please. 1 69c 18 1O0..
-. '.U 3tp notify C. C. Dees, Brooker, Fla. Imported willow, smooth; hak,1'\ *

WE HAVE THEM a LOST-Lars'* red photo album bee '-21 $tpWANTEDBober closely WOT.... Betnforced Pin ..
tween Stark and Clut.* Trailer top and. bottom. :Sure Clraallt.laol'l.halr. 31/1 .aftch Width ...."
reliable

I t. l I, From $15 Per Month Up .June Park.Russell.Reward Clule's for return Trailer to Park.Mrs. $0-45. tr to housekeeper sTood-natured and, woman.elderly companion w..' a Others securely..faitaned.........1'. to ale 4-I1ft; Width!I ......"";

Itp lady, convalescent and IeSrnlnr
\'n1. FOR RENT-3 acre farm. 24 In to walk again after light stroke

W. T. CLUTE cultivation.son wishes at Rent$100 a* long per year.a. per S of lion paralyala.for one desiring Attractive rood proposi home,
a REALTOR miles real easy work and fair salary
from lAwt. ,
adjoining I
Woodlawn Baptist Church.9-21 2tp Blandtnir Rat Call hlrhway$tr.et, one Just mil off from new J. P. ROBERTS MOTO)

Stark. Writ C. Allen den. Del.,
119'' EAST. CALL STREET FOR RENT-Small cabin furnished. Starke, Fla. or call at residence.
.. STARKE Stanley's Ranch on Palatka Hlch Itp

way. Itp Dodge, &
Plymouth
FOR 8A.I..E-l"% acre of Improved
WANTED General bookkeeper. 288' .. ,
sugar cane T. I. Casey Graham -
Call lit If Interested. 600 Ave.
It Flat ,It Temple STARKE DLOM



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mensely! and "cotton" to us veni I nun'rr cofRT. "H U""ORO = Fk:
"S 4)1)1 fIIioj 8 ooner than some native Americans I'OI"IT. '. FLOHIUtlCKItY. 5, ..., Ralph STATE M'l all OP. Jr.FLORIDA to: Pro'.. No. 40S4. tiff seek* divorce. Rradfnrd
()" I ()fIIiojB1 .:u... I 3491013, Co. < ORDER OP) PrnLlCATIOV Teleirraph shall publish this OrderIn .
from far-flung parts of the Eunir Holler S42 Engineers, APt 'U:, % I'M. AND :NOTICE TO APPEAR next four weekly Issue
u.nder..onbPlalntlff. New York New York. STATK OF FLOHIIlA to: :Mrs.. Hi- "
Union. Va Fred! K. Wltnaxs my hand and official
They are You
Intelligent and ,
are required to appear on rile Stannard whose residence and
Case Nn. Florida .
this
r : Rod I It I week. witty lave a keen 'sense of humor 4023.OUDER OP PUBLICATION Io..tnb..r Court 8 and, 1944, In ,the wherein above named address. la: Lx '9. Almont MichIgan seal tember at 12 Starke., 145. Hep L4't5
cause plaintiff
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They don't speak as you but can be serious, too; I ANI) NOTU'K TOSP'Tn Aft'KAK I seeks divorce. Bradford County : I OFFICIAL SKAL) A. J. ThomasAs
nave doubtless might except -with a clipped and withal they are OF KLOnillA to: Fred E. Telegraph shall publish this Ton are required tn appear on 'lerk of said Court
t*v. CanadeT -. considerateand rnilersjn[ whose addre- Is: Pro Order In next fnur' weekly issues.Wttneec October 15 .194.Y In th.' above named T, Frank Iwtndrum, Starke, Florida .
the English accent. Quite to the con- non-critical. For 'rwd B. ir"nd..r..on Ann 6969763) hind. ami officialseal ,
dprlng young men ci". C.. my Court and CHUMh 'r 'ln plain- Ally for I'll\f. -14-4t-10-
strolling up trary, they sound very much In their early twenties they Uti cr I'o"t'"a..t..r 11th Armd., New't'k.Eng lit" N.AF'1 Y. at Mlarkp. .Florida, his !Septomber t
.ith. 194,1OFFICIAL
''derI!
quite' dashing like our New Englanders seem YIIU are required to
They .
remarkably wise and I appear on
lookll1g ( SKA) A. J. Thomas
I berets already can' do very good imitations of was impressed rtolivr S, 1 ISI45\ ., In the a''">\u nam1 As Clerk of .
with the mid Court.
,
philosophy
'trickY "( Court and wh-i
< 'in .
aline. > facfl
'r General p1cmlift JSach I If. Douftlux, Gainesville, Fin. j I
by how people THINK they should voiced by Pvt. Jackson Keek* divorce anil ri-xtoratlon
In ',
1aJl1OUB All for 1'lf
) &-7 4t 8-28
!J, admit t hatjrf11.f11ly..care speak and can tell fascinating discussing the and downs of makl>>n nero.. nr"dt".1, Couniy :
I'll
ups of Telegraph shall piibllnli I HUM Ordvr !P f
11"r'/ ,theadp1ecu, stories that somewhat resemblethe life. "Each day, in passing I In nxt four weekly tHfu'H, IN c'nl fiiiriir VI''IlIU"< 01 n r.ti Inl l\'U.'O.H..H\N-) j\ Ij S

ertaill touch their per Paul Bunyan tall tales that through a new experience. I feel eal Witness at $Starke my )hand Klurldii IIn.otrl..11I1, \this Sepcmher ('KM: r.Johnnie. I.

already und e n 1 abIy originate: among our Northwestern that I am in the valley, but I I 5lh 1145.OFFICIAL MI..nVIIlI..r., Plaint ,
( vii. LOVM :II.'Ihl..r., Defendant. CaseNo. j
:1. lumberjacks. In know 8I2AI.) A. .1 Thomas,
conversingwith that tomorrow I shall be A. Clerk of said Court. 4000.
F recently by them however their manners up on the hill; a little higher P. Frank Ia drUm, Btarke. Florida ORDER OF PUPLICATION ,
Honored :
.; so'gracious Atty'. for J'lf. 8-7 4t 8-2S ANn NOT1CK: ) TO APPEAR:
guests are that than I S
of them as you was before. he said. STATW OF FLORIDA tol LovsM.
twO Robert (Bobby) feer immediately I if you are Yes it Is I x ciiinir roi IIT.v san \UFOIIO \ Wilder, whose address la-:204
per. pvt interesting to seethe 501 ,'rFLU"I"_'. I', I H t!%_ A. Monitor street North Charles
only renewing an old
Ontar-
Of Windsor, acquain gaiety and yet the seriousness I ton. South Carolina.
20. Michael (Mickey) tance. of these lads. Harry A. D. AVIlhelm. Plaintiff You are required: to 'appear on ..
It is
Cpl. a pleas- v.... Elisabeth Ann Wllhclm. Defen October 1, 194& .In above namedCourt '
trorn, Wlnnepeg. Manl- Bobby and Mickey are a part ure to sit and talk with them. dant. Case No. 4003.( and cause, 1.r':;: plaintiff I ).
the twelve of- of Canada's volunteer It Like all ORDER OF PURLICATION seeks divorce. Bradford County '
army. men they talk about
Jt among AND NOTICE TO APPEAR Telegraph shall publish this Ordern
thirteen enlisted men you remember there was quitea home tell you about their girls STATE OF FLORIDA to: Kllia- next four weekly Issues.Witness r5- ::
detached stir up there about consrlp- and show you pictures of their beth. Ann Wllhelm. whose address. my hit",I and officialseal .
Ve0.Ke.
.B Is-to> W. Oorgaa Lane Herman- at starke, Florida this !21111!
methods and tlon. Now, in their army volunteers loved ones. There is no frivolity town. I'hilcdeIphIa'l'ennsyvsnla.) August 1945.OFFICIAL .

They came to are given a ribbon to wear. about them. They are Just plain You are required\ to appear. on ( SEAL" ) A. J. Thomas.
A" Clerk
October of saul Court.
8. 1945 In the abo\e namrd
I after two weeks at Ft. somewhat similar to our Pre- boys away from home, glad to Court and cause, wherein plaintiff T. Frank Lnndrum Ntarke, Florida.

.Ga..ger. Pearl Harbor ribbon and the have someone to talk to; some- seeks to defendant.divorce and Bradford award of County child Atty for Plf. -Sl 4t 11-21 A"

numbers of the men who proudly wear them refer one who will listen attentively Teiegraph shall publish this Order I v tines rr 4'01 IIT. nit tispoitua.
coming down tobe to conscrlptees as "Zombies." to their stories of home. ..In next four weekly 1"'..,..... (('01 KU>,''.!"%', Pl.OHIIttl I IN ll\\. ,00
start Witness hand
lit Blandlng 1RTC I These boys expressed deep admiration They spoke of being in a place at Starke my Jo'ioridthl.and officialseal 5th Irene Urown Plaintiff. vs. Russell. .
t Callstreetera will and sincere respect for here in Starke where some men September 294g. Url>wn. Defendant. t'o..e No. 4110.1.< Make Your Old Car Last Longer By i .
that (OFFICIAL SEAL) A, J. Thomas ORDER: OF t.tTHLIl''TIOSAND
Just as Interesting I the U. S. Army and its very efficient -I made disparaging remarks about A/\ Clerk of said Court NOTICE: TO APPEAR Letting Us dive You Certified Lubrication
ell!J found the two soldiers. They seem to them. They took it philosophically T. Frank Lnndrum, SI\I'k. Florida STATE OF FLO11IDA to: Hua.
I ,
ell Brown,
as Atty. for Plf. HOHB aditresa la Uoxit
with me last.I like our southern states 1m- though saying that men 87It l-3b Pouhatan Point Ohio. }'aslting' Polishing 'Waxing t
supper
like this were very few and that IN ruiciir roi'IIT. mi \1)1.'o"n. O""b..r You are 1, 1943 required In the to above appear naI ,on"- I ,
the vast majority treated them (''()("NTV. ..0111.. Si IN ( IIIN. .., Court Htul causa, wherein plain Standard Oil Products ,; i '
with t KIIY.Sura: tiff seeks dl>orce. I Ir ml ford County ,
genial courtesy, giving Tempel Wolf, Plaintiff, vs. Telegraph shall piilillxll this Order '
REGIME' I L IllfflEiJ.tjr I them the over-all impression that :Moxea Wolf, Defendant. Case No. In next four archly Issues QUICCOlJlTEOUS SEllVICCARDEN'S / i

Americans are fine These 3993. Witness my' hand' and official .neat I
people.
ORDER OF PUBLICATION1:' "t Starke, Floildtt. this 2i th August :
boys are intelligent and broadminded ANI) NOTICH TO APPEAR 19 3.UI"F'ICA1.81'1AI.. 1\
and they realize that STATE OF FLORIDA to Moses ( ..) A. J, Thomas, SERVICH STATION 1I \
A FUTUREHORIDA Wolf whose residence and Post A. Clerk of said Court.T. .
there are always a few people Office address I.: Mr. Muses Wolf Frank Lnndrum, Starke, Florida, I
eager to criticize and insult. 97 Hue Conpans Paris, France.. Atty. for rif. 8-31 4tv i-lit
VAN II. GARDEN "TAUKE VLA.
You are required to appear on Mffr. ,
They lire a part of one of our September. 28, 1945, In the above I (,1111'1'1' (0(1ST. IIU UFOnn Cor. Temple Ave. & cuil. St.
bravest allies and should be respected named Court and cause. wherein till. >'t't'. Fl.Ollllltl IN iHV\_
KIlV.'honiHa. ,
GUMBOr.ss as such. They are train County plaintiff Telegraph seeks divorce.shall I Dradford publish II. Lowry Plaintiff va.Wlntf.,1 _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ "
ing for occupation of the formerly thla. I order in next four weekly Is.pure. Hone ('olonl)' Lowry. Deendant. - 1Jl
. Cane No: 4001.) 1
Jap-held Islands. They Witness my hand and official ORDER OF PUBLICATION .
fought beside our own men, and seal at Starke. Florida, this August ANI NOTICE TO APPEAR
7. 1945. NTATI3! OF FLORIDA to: Wlnl-
without their help the task (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas red Rose Colonly Lowry, whose
would! have been twice as great.To As Clerk of said Court. address. la unknown.You .
Walter C. Ilnrdesty Box 429. Day. are required to appear on Here it is !
make disagreeable remarks tona. Heach Fla. Atty. for Plf. October 1, 1145* In the above nnnird
about them simply because they 8-31 4t 9-21 Court and cause, wherein plaintiff .
Reeks dlvoice. Bradford County
wear the uniform of another country 9 v rmrrrr roi'KT.CO nit UI"OIU Telegraph shall publish thla Order
Is a sure sign of a mean pro- !"NTl, FI.OHIUil, l\ ,'l4., In next four weekly Issues..
('KHV.tohert Witness my hnnd. and official I *
y vincial mind. James, Plaintiff, vs.. (Deorirla seal at Ntnrko, l Swift,. James, Defendant. Case No. August, 11)45.tl'FlCIAl') .
So the next time you see a 'U-". ( SI'1AL' )' A. J. Thomas.
: .__ dapper beret breezing down Call ORDER OF PljriLICATIONAND As Clerk of said Court. ,
6. NOTICH T Street with a ruddy-cheeked STATE OF FI.. HUf\ to: Oxorfrla Atty. for Plf. -ai 4t U-21:.
- hunk of man underneath makeIt Swift James whose address I. un. ,
.'- known. iv ruin IT < <>! HT. IIU-'U.'olln
a "point to Introduce yourselfand You are required to appear on (' let him know he's welcomein October 8, 1945 In the above named 'KHT.William. BAG: '
.; Court and cause, wherein plaintiff Derard I (also known *
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the land of his neighboringally. seeks divorce and annulment. William (Jel'artil{). Plaintiff I :..
Go a little further invitea I-radford County Telegraph shall Catherine e..nley Oemrd Defendant. ,
publish thla Order In next four Case. No. 3A 0.OltDKIt .
couple of them around for a weekly Issue OF PUBLICATION

meal and Initiate them into the Witness my hand and official ANn NOTICE TO APPEAR .
of fried chicken and seal at Starke! Florida& this Hep.temher HTATK OF FLORIDA to: Cath 18 IN. LONG CHOICE OF COLORS ,
fraternity Sth, 1945. erlne Clingy" lerard, whose .resi.)
aeue. _ _ hot bl cults. (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas. denva and Post Offlc Atldress Is:
-i __ As Clerk of said Court. Mrs. Catherine Conley Gerard (786th S 1
D. .. '" :: They are boys away from Zueh II. Douglas. Gainesville, Fla. Street. Brooklyn, New York. '
home Just as ours are in foreign Atty. for Plf. 11-7 4t 8-88 You are required to appear onSeptember ;
bU' "oiUD. .fw'" _-_ _ lands. A little hospitality 28, 1945, In the above For bathing . ...-
elil rYl omaU 0cu' ot.ca.: 't -.0. ,..tie .= IN C'UI'I'I'I'.I'RT. II""FORO named Court aait cause, wherein
.11 ,11 4 Mt :a _4 70* seal on our part will never be regretted COI"' .....o oooK4Ulf === be County Telegraph/ shall publish this
: and will appreciatedso (i4nY.
\\Ia oio; .. 'oroa'o. : avac 5a Order In next four Issues
: weekly
.1.t.4) ...p17. !! = them. Sealey Plaintiff '" Elmo Witness .
much
aal'PGl .CoD\hraa. is o\IC very by Earl Sealey. Defendant., Case No. my hand and officialseal I For shopping
=
I.. 1.a. .al:9": 'lie 'blroUr.r -' at Starke Florida, this August/
bI1_a'bO\1' oaS ::a.b'bl.'IP' .. tha7 : 1.-I'10: ". ::= f023.ORDEn OF PUBLICATION: 27 OFFICIAL, 1945.
( SEAL) A. J. ThomasAs
c
O 1ll'7 AND NOTICE TO APPEAR *
.rrllb tu ; ..eUo ia !. TiCS. cr< = Clerk of acid| | Court.Walter .
1I\.hCOOro.O.c.. .. : th = STATE' OF FLORIDA to! Elmo ,
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,..ev. C. Hardesty, llox 42* flaytuna ,
address Is
s1.GU2flbOt Karl Sealey, whose un r.
.Ut'" all.& ,1\.c .. :r AS .aaC. : known. r>ac-h. Florida, Atty., for PIt CEILING PRICE $2.30 ': ,
tSlnpt 8-31
deflcWns.0 4t !
,. You are required' to appear on '
JO"" 0\ \" October 8, 1945 In the above named i
"
tote" IN rmri'iT' ( tI
\Of ycO" niiADfonii
,, Court and cause, wherejn plain-
'" & .,, ,'. tiff seeks divorce. Bradford County ("OI.'I'F..OIU...t, is ""N- .

000 \" ,,,,\ '. \or\\' U e.o.' t'1IAr6S1 Telegraph shall publish this. SERF.'Pgt.! Preston. A. Tanner Plain While Last.
S 9": ...\'" Order In next four ni..Rk I Issues. They .
a ,'f f ,\I: .'., Witness. my : official: Sift vs. Sally Tanner, Defendant.
,o "' '' ,. Case No. fOil
.
: ), seal at "Ktarke. Florida this September .
)f.'lt". ; ..S"iOf.. th. 1945. OIMJEK OF I-priLlr-ATION

,cc'p \\ 9"u\\,.,\P a. MJN1SIA As(OFFICIAL Clerk of SEAL snld) Court.T. A. .J. Thomas. STATE ANn NOTK'K OF FLOHII1A TO APPKAK to: Sully PLUS; 20c

\io'"e.,. : """,\,.'f\O" Atty.. Prank for Lnndrum Plf. Starke 9-1, Florida 4t" 9-Z8 Tsnnerwhose known. :IYou residence In un. $::1 00 FED. TAX :

S"\I.'O == ArC required to appear on 1
IN rllirl IT InlET. IIH4DFOIII1 October 4, 1845 In. the above nnmed ,
.
I.N CIIA.NRobe' Court and cause, wherein plaintiff
( 01 ".I.1', f'l.onln'I J
I II .:" seeks divorce Hraclford, Conn i
II VHa". Plaintiff vs. Wanda ty Telegraph shall publish thisOrder S iI I
B Hull Defendant. Case No. 4027:. In next four weekly Issues :
\\AND ORDER OF POPUCATION Witness. my hnnd arid official 01 n iip.roiiu* snow j
GOLDEN AND NOTICE TO APPEAR seal at Starke, Florida, this "Sep.tember - .- (UWIIIIWOMILI.H'd51411K: ; ,
I STATE (IS' FLORIDA to: Wanda 7, 1945.OFFICIAL 5(11.11 tEllS MAVM '
n. Hall. 210 East D6th Street New ( HIM' I.) A. J. Thomas PI IK'lf A**!* IMOIK '
N. V AH Clerk of said Court MT..HKH. 1I1t1111G 1
York
FROSTY You are required to appear on II. O. Brown Hturke, Florida, Mil fI'l' liE A ItUASO:
October S, 1945 In the abov nam. Atty. for Plf. B144t10
ed Court nnd cause wherein plain 1
tiff seeks. divorce. Bradford Conn IV riHfl'IT 'OI IIT. IIH. t I)POIII)
.\ ty Telegraph/ shall publish. this f'III'N'rf".o.un"1 IV ('185.FRY. 1 L
Order In next four weekly Isnues.Witness .' P
St my hand and officialseal Robert n. Stannard Plaintiff vsLurlle $
t t..mh.r I at e.Stdrke 1945.OFI"ICIAI. ,, Florida, this Sep. Stannanl! liefendant.. Case ,

r;:: ( $I'iAL) A. 3. Thomas FIRST CIIKISTMN 1IUnnl

F''! that has As H. Clerk II. Duncan of said, 517 Court.Lynch Bld' 1*, I Corner Call aid Christian St. J!
TO KNOW peace I
Jacksonville. Via Aty. for Plf Rev. W. O. Smmllry' Pastor STORESAT

ffeer returned to the world . 9-7 4t 9-2S I Services as follows: I,

that uniforms may be put IN(01''IR'I..r 411. KLOHIOAl('4)1 IIT.' IIn""FOnO IN CHANBa'rneW Bible School each Sunday at "

aside and civilian life : 10 a. m.'Preaching. h. :
: Holder Plaintiff, vs. Ola and communion services BLANDING BU STATION .

resumed. Mae Holder. Defendant.. Case JIll at 11 a. m. and 8:00: p. m. ,

e' Here's a meal long to cEaa; 15551 402ft.!(ORDER NOTICE OF' PUBLICATION TO APPEAR Prayer meeting each Wednesday i
AND 4
Ol_ at 8:00: p. m.
STATE! OF FLORIDA to:
be remembered: piping-1 Mae Holder whose address.Is Route - .
S ,_ _ No. 2. Murnsvllle. North Carolina. =.- _:: ---JI" !""--:- ------- .--- I ,
hot Florida Gumbo served You are required. t" appear onOctober
-= In the above named -
8, 1945

r overdceandaCCOmPafled .ty tiff Court Telegraph seeks and divorce.cause shall, Bradford herein publish tonn-Plain-this WHEN% Y.OUR TIRES ARE SLICK i iIT'S II

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by a frosty bottle of JAX =: = ( Order. In next four weekly l official uv .
and
\ It hand

Beer the golden Drink of tember seal(OFFICIAL.t Ith St.rki.SEAL 1945.Florida) A. J.this T"omu.Aa Sep.. TIME TO RECAPLET i.HI.

Florida Gumbo = Clerk of paid Court. .
Friendship. O.ln..III. Pie.Attl. '
Za..h H. pouglas. : _

is one of our great regional :...-.:: for Pit. 9'7 4t ''*$ US RECAP YOUR COMPLETE SET Storage- Room'." : I t' _

-== l'r!' (.IH'.T OI'RT.. IIRAOfORD . .. .- j
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JAX is our FlORIDA, IN CHAN - --- - I IIi
CO11'TY.
foods just as -
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en-
=
..- TO KNOWthat you may :1
distinctively -- of that Jo CE9:'arris ou..hto. Plaitlff Ii RECAPPING AND VULCANIZING il ., : t l _
great' regional; beer.' With a flavor = Joy the fruits ... Jos.pblflS Hinck. Boughton D.tend..nt. .- ,

Southeastern/JAX' brewed to === peace ,with the money ORDER. Case OF No.Pt'BLICATIO 4024. I ALL SIZE TIRES AND TUBES ., I

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have.SaVed throug AND NOTICE FLORIDA TO APPEAR tot Josephine I MATERIA r ,':: .l) I
pleiie yOU BTATB OF 24-HOUR SERVICE BEST ,
Southeastern palates and complement and lceepmgV1O- H.nck 1'Iou..hton.' whose address < 5,
I buying 480 8.-,014. A.anue.
I.: !

Southeastern) dishes. =----= I tory Bonds. Trenton You .are N.: ..;""/'to appear on WORKMANSHIP GUARANTEED I I .

1945. is the ahovs named _
= October 8. -- - -- -- --

S Always serve JAX. Notice how its _-_ list lieiiJi the wa' Is .ur' tiff Court Telegraph peeks and...or..cufle shall.... Bradford wherein publIsh Count pl.ln-this- GRADE A RUBBER AVAILABLE NOW .. I .,

ken full-bodied; flavor Order In nxt four .. .r issues. j
rich = = official .
tangy aroma, Witness my hand an .
!

-\vi sparkling liveliness. appeal to your = LET'S "ut1 temh..r seal(OFFICIAL at &tho"Starke SEAL 194&. Florida) A. J.this Thomas 8ep-,. I

tote and that ol JAX is A" CI..rk ot paid Oainevi11S Court.. Fla. STARKE TIRE SERVICE
to your guests. _ ( still Za..h If for, 1).la.PIt. 9-7 ft '-%8I"
Atty.
= 1JDI1 w.
I .
brew
Premium beer distinguished yet
a tt d. ('In'I'IT rnil'.T. ".VTTiVV1.NOT1CB I
jib FLIIRIIJ" '
YOU don't a premium price to enjoy ;it" ((-ol'rY.'.:II\". Ave. :
pay .". ADJOINING ,
McCall. Plalntlft.
MORE BONDS T.dylh.){.W.("all- also known .. nlll t __
: BUY RAlph
cife fief ndflt. Case So. 4021.nHDFR ; ioURAEROPL Ee
dlrP. 549 McCall. f'
'ATIONASO
OF PI'DLI<
TIRES 1 _
+#, Bit Mak Them Yietiry Basis TO APPEAR COME IN AND .

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-- ,.. OTHER TIRES & TUBES FOR SALE '
ALSO S S
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WAR
&.. c.p.sT'b WJTH BONDS
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t d t Oct. 5 -- Cross Citv.Here ADULTS 75c SERVICE MEN and STUDENTS 55c

; Oct. 12 --- St. Augustine Here .
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. + Oct.19BollesJax i GOOD LUCK Sporting Goods- Florida l 1 Bank k kr

SR's c T TEAM When Available
'i Oct.t 26---Macclennv I Here. ;. t at t Starke t


t k Nov. 2--- Green Cove Here, I Guy'sMarket Member Federal Deposit
BRADFORDHARDWARE ;
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Nov. 9---Fernandina Here t --
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a Florida National Group
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t See You At The Get'Em Tornadoes- Best Wishes Out Go To It,
Game Tonight To The Team I
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Temple
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1t ; t 1 ; ">, Cleaners I Service Station Geo. C. Johns Kidd's Sinclair Eastern Auto*

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trq .I '" .,. " ,, Union Bus To Back. Deserves WILSON TOOMER
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Graduated Pharmacists Catering To The Well- FEED
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