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: November 9, 1945
Frequency: weekly
Subject: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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Volume ID: VID04940
Source Institution: University of Florida
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Continues Victory. Loan Drive. Vital Need For Peacetime Training Business Men Push' Drive

Off To Slow

th Unit FundSix Voiced By Gen. Culin At RotaryActive
the end of the first week

of the Victory Loan Drive local For New Industry Here

Monthse Issuing agents reported the support of a system of I ... _

ale of Victory Bonds totaling universal military training was 4 t4 '
$30,408.25. Of this amount urged by MaJ. Gen. Frank L.

request of a large fleleIfnnn $23,006.23ere series, E. Culin, Jr., commanding officer of .,. Negress Faces Chamber of Commerce Raising''

the Starke ChamberLwce Bradford County's overall the Camp Blanding IRTC In an

the City Council quota 'la 9178,000! with the| E address before the Rotary Club : $5,000 Fund To Promote'

night voted to continuenclal bond quota set at $130,000. here Wednesday. Itt I r Murder ChargeThe CommunityWith

.uppoit of the Clay- Jiinlus M. Smith lit county Describing war as a "nasty Iti i

Health Unit for chairman of the drive which business" and stating that he'd
j County i fall term of Circuit Courtin $2,500 raised I in the first few
next six months. : clones Dec. 8.Methodists. !had enough, Gen Culin expressed days of a drive
frouncll the had previously vot-I hope that the United Nations Organization Bradford County will get underway to obtain a $5.000 fund for the advancement of Starke's interests '

Lp the payments of $150 would be successful in at the courthouse here Mon both from a military and an industrial standpoint i I .

fcth that It has been mak- Stress maintaining peace. "At the same day with a very light docket the Starke Chamber of Commerce is mapping a militant

operation of the Unit. time, we cannot afford to takec Following testimony heard here program to safeguard the future of Starke. wi4n.

r, In view of the fact that Better Fellowship h a nces," he said "and must Wednesday afternoon State's Attorney The renewed enthusiasm with which the community {

be eat to continue the city's During RevivalServices keep '."prepared for any eventuality T. E Duncan of Gainesville !- is attacking its problems: has been evidenced in greatly increased '

I was made by a large stated( that he had returned attendance at recent meetings of the organization.

I of taxpayers, the councll- at the Met hodlst Reminding Rotarians that a Information for second degree Committees who have been soliciting funds toward the

Led that they were wll- Church Sunday will be In prepara- groups like theirs formulate all- MMarr.t murder In the case of Pearl Powell $5,000 goal report that the majority of business men interviewed -
their action.Brothers powerful pub lIc opinion in t' v colored, charged with
rescind tion for the stabbing to
two are
weeks' series of America Gen. Culin urged those her eager cooperate, realizing that now is the
husband Otis
that Powell on the time to put forth effort if Starke is to hold its j
meetings will run from Nov In favor of universal military night of Oct. 28. Powell died own durinirVolume ------ '

ing 18 through Nov 30. The Rev training to write their senators Sunday In the State Farm Hos the reconversion period. I

r Circus to Jax John Sikes of Dunellon will bring and representatives in Washington _u_ _.... r" pital. One member summed up et
the urging support of such legis- The case of Slim the attitude as follows: "For l
Week-End messages during this period, Arlgo Small heldon
lation. 1-
[ which has been MAJ. GEN. CULIN a charge of arson in connec- the past four or five yearswe
designated as "Get his wide
Illng on Its own four trains Acquainted Week" in the church. ience Drawing gained upon during 30 years exper-of patlng in the Battle of the Bulge tion with the demolition of Small'swife's At Pecan SaleThe than have had more business.
sunder home in Reno, was nolle we wanted or needed. ,
oat railroad c a r special effort will be made to f
service In the regular Army, Gen the crossings of the Moselle Ahr
Lenrlaion the RlngUng prossed because of Insufficient We should have been think s
,good fellowship among Culin gave a straightforward discussion and Rhine Rivers, and In the
U Barnum & Bailey Cir- the members as well as the visi- of the great manpower lightning streak that cut Germany evidence Mr. Duncan stated. first pecan auction sale ing about the future but wewl'ren't. r,

hh the world's largest big tors during this time. necessary to keep an adequate in two. Prior to his command of the season was held at the That's just human

Its other 42 tents, Include Subject of the morning sermon Army functioning properly, even In the ETO he had served Growers ConsiderOrganization State Farmers Market here Tuesday nature. Now however when Sri ,1

vast menagerie, now this Sunday will be "The Dyna- In peacetime. "The country has as a regimental commander in afternoon with very light gross receipts are starting to ,

fsistant by the recentlyd mic Do of the Gospel." The choir never been able to raise an Army the Invasion of Atlu In the Aleutian Of sales of dwindle day by day we are be-

process adopted by the will bring special music. by voluntary enlistments,' even in Islands. lie had resumed to Farm BureauA only 0,522 Ibs. being re ginning to worry Just a little bit h 4
tnd Navy, will exhibit in corded. Total receipts for the and everyone is eager to do whathe
and to
The Rev. Washln g ton's day, he stated, the States wait preparing
Ivffle Friday and Saturday, to Garfield Evans missionary :I "and there is- little reason to be- take his division to the Pacific Farm Bureau meeting was day were $2,410.20. can tr help prevent too great

ill and 10th. at 2:15: and Sabbatical leave Cuba will who is now on i lieve that it can be done now" when the sudden Japanese sur- held at Brooker Monday night It is estimated that there 18 i a slump."

JM., with doors open at 1 Sunday evening, service.speak at the Gen. Culin pointed to the sore- render ended the war Gen. Culin when several of the leading far- only a 23: percent crop in thl An early objective of the Chamber -
Everyone -
[Topping its almost count- is Invited to hear Dr. Evansas spots that are still tumbling the was then named commander o If: mers of that area met and dls- area this season and the poor production of Commerce will be to make

Iractions are the Incom- he is one of the outstanding world in Palestine, China, and the Blanding IRTC that has train- cussed the possibility of organ- was reflected In the light an exhaustive: survey of the com-
I"Alice In Circus Wonderthe stated that ed 200,000 Infantrymen in izing a County Farm Bureau. offering the 'munity t '
Missionaries of Cuba and doing a other places, and we nearly on opening day. In gathering data on available -
( $250000 sup er-spec- great work. The Starke Metho- are by no means assured that the the past two years. Several farmer. from Alachua good seasons as many aa 4 .OOO housing, labor supply and 1

I gigantic fantasy conceived dist Church Is providing emergency is entirely over. He I| Also guests of the Rotarians at county were present and made pounds of nuts have boen ItOld other local conditions with a view

turned by the master de- pay an assistant to him at moneyto Hol- deplored the haste to demobilize'our '' this meeting were Mrs. Garfield talks, the'chief speakers being M. from the market platform in a to interesting some industry in

lot the entertainment field; gulnr Cuba. Special music will be Army and stated that it IS Evans, missionary to Cuba and M.' Bryant L. L. Doke and Tom single day locating here or to establish an

lolutlonary action-pageant" enjoyed in the form of I crippling military operations in Miss Ondina Barcelo, young Cuban Matthews Mr. Mat thaws Is The next sale will be held on Industry through the use of local I at
| of the Amazons, with tional singing. Jim' Rltch many Instances. girl who has Just arrived here to chairman of the Alachua County Tuesday Nov., 20, and this will capital. Before any move can be I r,
[tty girl athletes in furious and of 79th become the foster daughter of: Farm Bureau made in this I
Sanford Ritch will sing a duet. 'I As commander and Mr. Bryant is likely be the final sale of the direction however ??
Ion and the brilliantly"The The ,Young People meet at 6:15: (Golden Acorn) Division I Gen. ,the Rev. and Mrs. W. J. Church- secretary-treasurer year due to the''light crop. It Is necessary tb have complete r

d Changing of the Culin led his outfit through all well. Miss Barcelo sang the These speakers stated that Florida data to show Interested'parUea. .
Sunday evening for a snack and Prices received by growers< on _
| with battalions of lovely an Interesting All I major campaigns of the Third Cuban national an>nem, acom- Is one of the last states to beorganlzel the opening day for the different. At the meeting. held In' t h ,
program. ;
fed..nln/e del/! herds"oft'_of, resp_ endoh. -. people are invited. -young. r Army from Metz."Franceto the I panted at the piarttt by :Mrs. by the Farm Bureau varieties weret At' :-.&,*.-* rlw courthouse Tuesday'.:'iVJfch: : ts." ....., .. j II I I
/ border of butthat, fine progress was being on r cord as being
{ Show oir, Earth Prayer meeting Wednesday ...._ .. Money Makers 26 l-4c. In ..... _.._. j
mad a.. -HjfM... B cyan*.. ....u I'" w....*. ...*.t \ f\t universal "-----7"".1 c
Randall 26 1.4 .
I hundreds! upon hundreds evening at 7:30: o'clock. c.SUCCCHS ; d t
had been a member several military training and telegram '
ially renowned artists and Servicemen's party in the Rec- BBS Victor In Homecoming Event ago in Kentucky. He also stated years 23: l-4c. were sent to members of the II i i ,
; Stewart Sic. S
tly endless columns of ,. reation Hall at 8 p. m. All, service that some states had" very large Z House Military Affairs Committee -
animals In Its 1945: pro- men and their loved ones enrolments and that Alabama was Big urging support of: such legis

Ithe greatest names and ; are invited to attend. Civiliansare Defeats Green Cove Springs 34-12 one of. the leading states with Van Large D.Mixed 25 3-4c.22 1.4c lation. !I.

[ ring performers available urged to be presentThey're over 50,000 members. Seedlings 21c. The local group is also contactIng t }
(Allied Nations ,
and scores ,
tional new features. The '(Hy Martin Montgomery) gave Bradford two points, makingthe Many floe advantages of the Schley 38c. Chamber" 0 f Commerce in It
Coming Back organization Gainesville, St. Augustine, Pa- '
rages, score 22-0. were pointed out, Rising Seed. 22 l-4c.
1 track Playing before an enthusiastic Green Cove's first score was and efforts will bo made to extend Kennedys 29 3-4c. latka, Green Cove Ocala and
are filled with
thrills, 1st Sgt. James M. Davla arriv- other "
kid fun. Homecoming crowd, an airminded set up early In the second stanza the organization to every county Teach 22 1-4c, nearby communities urging
Wild animal acts, ed at his home here Thursday them to lend their Influence 1
give farmer toward -
scored two when the Devils aviated from every an opportunity Curtis 26 l-2c.
ucated horse eleven j
displays, sea night of last week after serving Green their own 45: to the Tornadoes' to Join. having Camp landing
|>ups are, of course units in nine months in the ETO. He has touchdowns, but yielded five to designated as a permanent Army
5. They scored on a short one
exciting panorama. Thew re-enlisted in the Army and Is the BHS Tornadoes at Bradford Leper CarriedTo poR t. t t
the kick went wide. Craft Classes
> la The Greatest Show now in Atlanta for reassignment. Park last Friday night. A strong as LouisianaMajor The Chamber also went on record J
With seconds before the half
*, an American institu- Davis Is and aerial attack launched by the I At as
Sgt. regular Army Mooney took the ball on the Bradford Popular USO being heartily !In favor of
before going overseas was assigned Green Devils in the second quarter 10 and sprinted over 60 J. C. Miller director of the establishment of a county hospital I

I to the MP detachment at Camp failed to o v e rcome Bradford'slead. yards. The ball was advanced to Many lovely Christmas gifts the Clay-Bradford County Health In Starke and to lend Its I
Pn Barbecue I Blanding for several years Although the visitors fired are being made at craft classesIn support to this proposed project. I
where the half mark ended
the /3, Unit, made a trip to Carvllle La.,
I failed Jo connecton the Starke USO on Temple The }
nineteen, they the drive.In resignation of W, T. Cluteas
for Tuesday Major.Bill. .C Wainwright is now all but four. the middle of the third quar- Ave. Lovely sets of shell jewelry, this week for the purpose of secretary of the Chamber was

on terminal leave from tne Armyand The Tornadoes' first marcn on for 60 typical of Florida mince, they are transporting a leper to the colony received and Gary Ennis was
prbecue and ter, Mooney snake-hipped
r.sponsored general get- together with his wife and the Devils' goal started when they yards in two plays, putting the made with Florida seashells are that Is maintained there. elected to fill the vacancy. t
by the Amerl- Is his Brad- : the moat popular activity. Gay The leper whose name was not
Ion for young daughter visiting took a Green Cove punt on ball In pay dirt. Norman went 1
f'MS, their veterans wives of both parents Mr. and Mrs. T L. Wainwright ford's thirty and returned It 13: over standing up and the extra slippers or scuffles, stocking dolls disclosed, is said to have been a Carrier Job OpenAt I
mothers for the youngsters, hand resident of this
at Lawtey. Major Wainwright the TornadoesIn painted community for
I and! daughters yards. put point failed, bringing the score
l"i Legion will be has been serving with the : Green Cove: territory with an to 286. towels and ornamental boxes- are some time. Lake Butler P. O.

V 13, at Hall 8 Tuesday 551st: Field Artillery, a part of ''I end run that was stopped on the Norman accounted for the last also. made. Dr. Miller was forced to carry Applications
7 o'clock. are
Mignon L. the First Army In the European 35.; Within two plays Harley had Tornado touchdown after Inter- Groups of army wives meet to the leper to the colony himself the of now open for

Went of Howell the district Theatre. He left, this week for the ball on the three-yard stripe. cepting a Green Cove aerial and work at the club on Monday and because the railroad would not Lake position Butler rural and mall carrierat
I Present Auxiliary, Atlanta where he has accepted a Mooney scored and Godwin con- scoring on a 40-yard run. Friday afternoons from 1:30: to furnish transportation under the I examination will a be service -
together held In
with position in a bank managed by verted. I Devils' Frank 4:00: o'clock. GI's and the girls circumstances. '
tables of the Legion and The Green speedy the near future at Starke to fill
lIary l from W. O. Duval who will be remem- Edwards spearheaded the, sec Cox took Bradford's kick and work together on Tuesday even- the
different parts bered as principal of the Lawtey a long to the ing from 7:30: to 10:00: P. M. Any vacancy. Receipt of applications
site' who will stress the ond score by completing' charged 80 yards score Baptist Church"I will close on Nov. 14.
ce of an Auxiliary school many years ago. pass from the Bradford 33 that second touchdown. At the end of army personnel Is Invited to at., Salary of a rural carrier on a

n In Starke. or- put them on the Devils' 25.: One the third period the score was 34- tend these classes.AllStar Told You So." will be the standard daily route of 30 milesIs

embers of the local Wm. S. (Billy) Colson, son of play later Mooney scored on a 12, where It remained. Duringthe subject of the pastor's message $1620 a year with an additional

tive members are post D*. and Mrs. Lemuel Colson, received 15-yard run. The extra point last quarter a Green Cove Cut this Sunday morning' at 11 a. m. $20 per mile per year for each

lied and cor- a discharge from the Air good. score was called back on a clip- at the First Baptist Church. Sun- mile
urged' to was In "State Fair" or major fraction thereof in
have come Corps on Oct. 31 and Is bacR at notice. day School meets at 9:43: to study '
I a good time.Burns. At the end of the first period ping excess of 30.Additional. *
his home in Starke. In recent Crosby put the ball on Green Fernandina Tonight At Florida Theatre "The Fruits of Public Wo ship." information may be_ I

lance months he had been stationed at Cove's one-yard line after a 20- The Tornadoes meet a highly There are departments and classes obtained from Postmaster M. G. I I'

Boca Raton. yard run, then pushed over the touted Fernandina eleven tonightat Playing at the Florida Theatre for all ages. Langford at Lake Butler, ,, !

Turning Over Also with Dr. and! Mrs. Colson score. The extra point failed. Bradford Park in what should Sunday and Monday will be the The Sunday evening "Happy

Isanother son, Lemuel, 'Jr., who Opening the second quarter, the be one of the season's beat games. Technicolor musical "State Fair", Hour of Evangelism" begins .tit l Theressa
McCabe panel bodied was discharged from the Army in Tornadoes drove from midfieldto The Nassau County boys have lost tarring Dana ,Andrew, Jeanne 7:30 with the sln&ineof favorite Church '

flying bUrial equipment September, Green Cove's five-yard line. only one game this season and Crain, Dick Haymes and Vivian hymns and the more popular To Show Slides t

k.onvlU turned over and Norman punched through but I have scored decisive wins of 66-O Blaine. choruses. "Where Was Jesus the

OD the Brooker road Sat- James Mayes son of Mrs. Lois fumbled. The Green Devils recovered -' over Florida Naval Academy and The film toll the story of one Three Days He was In The Grave" Colored stereopticon pictures will

moon The truck was Mayes of Starke, was dischargedon behind the goal line This 30-0 over Hastings.Servicemen mid-Western family for whom the.' is the title of the message for be shown at the There sa Christian '

y Fred Johns, discharged Oct. 21 after serving four eagerly-awaited state fair holds the evening hour Church on November 11 at

ran, of Jacksonville and years as a radio technician in School Board Sets Film the promise of the glory and I Training unions meet at 6:13: / to 7:30: p. m. These pictures show

ecornpanled by a colored Portsmouth, England. Mayes ,enlisted romance they've dreamed about discuss "True Success Requires the history and early growth of

id s,.member, of the fam- In Montreal, Canada in October Christmas HolidaysAt To Be Repeated the year 'round. Jeanne Crain First Things First." Unions for the Christian Church or the
n Phurs of Brooker. 1941 and served one year meeting and Dick Haymes appear as all age groups. Mld-Week\ Hour Church of Christ. There will also -

0.eral! was scheduled that with the RAF 'and three years the School Board decided that Because of the numerous requests brother and sister who look to will be in charge of A. J. Thomasin be two colored Illustrated songllon

with the Royal Navy. While in Monday it was schools the film of Bradford the fair as an opportunity for the absence of the pastor. the program. The public Is Invited -
red man Christmas vacations in the romantic excitement and find It and there Is no charge for
SUffered he married an English and women'spictures
third England County will be from County servicemen A friendly welcome awaits you
urns Bradford admission.
and was Miss Weller who was of shown at 1:00 In generous portion with Dana .
brought to girl Lucy to Monday Jan- will be : p. at all services.Dale
1 DeWitt Friday, Dec. 21 Andrew a reporter sent to cover
C. at the naval Installa- and
Jones' am- employed be two weeks. m. Tuesday, Wednesday \
&lid carried to Jackson- tion where he was assigned. After uary 7. This day Thanks- Thursday, November 13, 14 and I the fair, and Vivian Blaine, a House BurnedA Presbyterian
;n altlbulance Lois here, The regular two Theatre. The singer with the fair dance or- 1
sent out visiting Mrs. Mayes this year will be I 15 at the Florida
cCabe.: holiday chestra. The Starke Church
giving Presbyterian
.t The truck and! they went to Titusville to make and Friday Nov. 22 ,, film will be shown Just one time small frame building recently
Were Thursday announcements for this
a total loss. their home.Attends. Thanksgiving In this each day.Trustee. Charles Wlnnlnger U seen as fcullt by Mr.\ and Mrs. A. P. Dale Sunday t =
and 23, as the farmer who pins his hopes on burned are as follows: Sunday School t

Holiday Area MeetOn state Is to be Nov. 22. f ElectionVery a grand championship prize for The building completely was Saturday about 2 night.1.2 meets at 8:43: : a. m. with Mrs. 4 .j ,

Blue Boy his best but most temperamental Jeanette Young Superintendent
miles out on the RaIford road.
k. Aid Driven The pastor Rev. J. L. West will
the while Bain-
Rationing Board Tuesday Mrs. Elizabeth Hornick. Students light votes were recordedin Jog There was no one home at the
806rt! Offices will be director of the Starke USO, chairman of the trustee and millage elec- ter portrays his wife who Is out time but since the fire evidently use for his subject at the 11 a. i
Monteith m. worship service "The Gen t
alday, November meeting of USO A held In the various sub for mincemeat honors. began in the attic It Is
e 12 as attended an area Fund Drive In Bradford tions presumed rcmlty of ChrIstianity-It Gives '
Day November 11 executives In Jacksonville to help the War that students school tax districts Tuesday. The Some of the songs heard are that a short circuit In the wiring and Asks Nothing." I 4 '

3unrlsy. plan a one-day conference on Nov. County, ha will In thesolicitation results of the election will not be "It Might As Well Be Spring" caused It. Parsons pausing saved The music for the service will {

elas.iesi11 be held Mon- 30. Starke's USO Operating Com- of BHS In the resi- announced until the School Board "It's A Grand Night For SingIng most of the. clothing and furni be _,
IIIua1 of funds arranged by Mrs. E. E. Lansing l ,:
mittee and many loyal volunteersof county quota meets Friday to canvass the re- ," '."That's For Me," and "All ture. Mr. Dale is an employe of ;
The and Mrs. E. Davis will i
O district. preside
a.o: bedPlaces ofr bust the Starke unit will be repre- returns. I Owe Iowa. /I Carpentaria Drug Store. at the organ.r' .

sented at this conference. Is 14,704. 1 ,;t r'r



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e . . . . e e frightened away by the dogs. I I two days last week with his I Went(45 N.Lenvltt,V. 33rd, whose Street residence, Oklahoma,' In No.James 4126.. \v Hu I" I' 'dart,

THE BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH Soft words turneth away wrath, father, J. J. Zelgler. City, Oklahoma. ORDER 01. ,1', C"
} Hill Mrs C. Dampier and son You are required to appear on No'ri" 1
:' Clay gilevous words stir up anger. Let R. November 26th.. 1145 In the abovenamed' STAT 'Ii: r'f: >1.TlOf(. )
,.I, us watch our words. Billie of Starke spent Thursday Court and cause, wherein James 01" ,?, I
v e Established 1S77 Ily Lura BurgewsXVIIKKKI.V afternoon with her father J. J.I'I' plaintiff necks, divorce. Bradford residence w. "ULk .ir!,A. II'' p....
the and /AI
for add
The state shall
t' inspector County Telegraph publlnh thisOrder "bOo
I' E. L Matthews u________ Editor and Owner . . . . . . cafeteria, Mr. Bell, audited the Zelgler. In .next four hand weekly and \luRiien.Witness official. P. You Hucke are. Con"r 'pl.u,,,, .. '' a'bR
THE WOUNDS OF books at school Wednesday. He Mr. and Mrs Lee Burkhart of seal at Stark, Florida this October November named Court 28th. I., C..,..Ii",
: r (' and Entered tut Sooond Class Matter I1IRTII found all satisfactory. I enjoyed Hampton, Paul Burkhart of Tallahassee 18th. uu.UFFICIAI. plaintiff .1/(1/' I '. sbn
'( ,, Published Weekly on Friday TIMi: : BURT: ; DEATH. SEAt!: ,) Ar.; Thomas, seek' ,t. : ."' ....
rf i, at the Pont Office at Starke. Florida. AND THE JOY OF A TKACIIERS: having Mrs. A. L. Shute of Pen- Lee Britt of Ralford Mr. An Clerk of mild Court. Order County In Telplfl ,1111 ,?II't l'UI' radro,
" M ""- :MEETING."Go ney Farms talk to my children I and Mrs. J. C. Sharpe and daugh- E. r... Mcllrnth 121 Graham Blrttf., r"II'' w.klw :.. ,
of Jacksonville, Florida, Atty. for Plf. 'mJ hw, H
: Temperance.. Mrs. Warren, ters, Dola Mae and Jeanette 10-26 4t 11-16 Real at IIlark: 'PI des' Ibl ,,1/1'1,
., : Notice not like a quarry slave scourged County Supervisor of Schools, also -I Middleburg Lacy Thomas and ber 24th. 1943 Oc

f Health Department to his dungeon was a welcome visitor. Roan Thomas of Lake Geneva i-v cmririT rornr. niiAUFonnCOINTV. A(OFFICIAL Clerk. of 1S!.aid' t'I .' 1 I
But with an everlasting trust duringthe
visited the Thomas family
1 r', r Here Is a recipe for pecan brittle ('tRV.Denl. T. Frank Utndl ,
.i' ,
t The following important message to the public was Like he who wraps the draperyof I have found good. The week-end. Cox Hucki Plaintiff, v... Atty for Plf ."' 29' .plsrl 1 O.I .
his couch about him I, t .
issued this week by the Bradford County Health Department children like It. Now that we We are sorry to report that '"
And lies down to( pleasant I,
't It.I nick !list,
lli,p, : dreanw.--BRYANT. have pecans and new syrup try C. A. Beck is still on the
of Starke has 1 pint syrup, 2 cups pecan meats Louise and Bonnie Packham
the City I
,"a' '( y Within the past few days the Bradford I looked out into the darkness. 2 tablespoon vinegar, 1 table- 'spent the week-end with their
hand bills by
'J been covered thoroughly of these. The pale, new, silvery moon was' fcpoon fat, 1 1-2 teaspoons of grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. W.
t. ;'tt' County Health Department. The purpose wrapped In the mantle of night soda. Boll syrup In a kettle untilit W. Packham. NOV. 21

+ , ; hand bills, as you who have read them have seen is to It had downy mist for a pillow. I forms a hard ball when dropped Sgt. and Mrs. Merle Packham

:,,1. l,. notify property owners and the public that the Florida wept. Mr. Brinson had passed from a spoon Into cold water. Remove .. have retilfned to Camp Rucker,
d State Board Of Health requires a water flush toilet away. My pillow was wet with' from fire, add fat vinegarand Ala., after spending a furlough ,

;'. "' to be Installed in buildings lived in or used by the pub- tears. One is only human to soda. Stir In pecans and put,:with their parents, Mr. and Mrs

\ lie These toilets are to be connected to the city sewer grieve at the loss of such a good In greased pans,to cool. I. W, W. Packham and Mr. and IMPORTANT DATE FOR

.I{' 1 whenever it is available, otherwise! to an approved man and kindly neighbor. Ah! the I wore my hat with the nodding Mrs. Clyde Hall.

', Florida State Board Of Health septic tank In the wounds of time hurt they hurt pink feather. I could have I -

event need further information with reference to terribly. Then from out the !been happier had I not had: to THOUSANDS OF ARMY VETERANS
you local Health echoes of the past, I heard voicesanl miss Mr. Brlnson'a funeral. I War\ Bonds .
S 555 feel free to call upon your [Buy
!1 9l these facilities, laughter of those I loved and Until next week-God bless! you. NOIV! IN CIVILIAN LIFEHIGHLIGHTS
Department.Now .
7 5 whose voices have long since been --Lure.Theressa .
that the war is over and materials and labor stilled. I could in fantasy see my TO A V-

can be obtained the Health Department believes this to father praying. There was Mr. . . . . . . iv ('IttI1T cornr, SIRADFOItDeol'Y'rv

: I' be such an important issue that now is the opportune Brinson with bowed head saying i FLOIIIUAl l.V CH.tNCEIt : -

,. time to begin this work grace before we ate. Such Godly' i John I.eavltt Y. Plaintiff, VII. T.orene Between now and November 21 !
LMIr men were the makers of our coun- : Defendant. Case No OF THE
the Went Leavitt willl'eerlist
assistance from
of Starke with thousands of Army veterans
The City Their lives look Miss Ida 4117.
t. try. we can back By Hagan ENLISTMENT PROGSjIj
has installed a costly sewerage i ORDER OF PUITLICATION in Uncle Sam's new volun-
., Federal government on with pride. They were great . . . . . . AND NOTICE TO APPEAR teer peacetime Army. Becausemen -
r ,, system and sewage disposal plant. This expensive sys- of heart, kind, gentle, honest and STATE OF FLORIDA to: LoreneGET who have been discharged be- 1. .Enlistments for 1 Hj, 3 CII 3
'Y' i constructed the people of Starke could have Irene, Bobble and Allen Coch- years I-year enliitmenti perm,.
tem was so reverent Mr. Brlnson was always tween May 12 and November 1 of for men with 6 months'
t adequate sewage disposal, thereby eliminating insanl'i 'Interested in my school and rane returned home Monday after this year and reenlist on or before "'IV .)
; 2. Men
j"f''i ; tary conditions and protecting the health of the citi- wished me success. The memoryof spending the week-end with their November 21 will be able to returnto present grades reuniting, if retain the
mother In A 11 I anta, Ga. Mrs. they reenh&t, "'th
with the
the grade
Army same as
zens of Starke. Does not everyone agree that all persona his goodness and kindness ACQUAINTED! In 20 days after discharge befit.
Cochrane Is and held when discharged.Men .
improving we they Feb. 1, 1946. Th. ,
valuable should be an for lame
and example our applies
of this excellent t
t'!' 1 !'! should be proud hope she will soon be home. WEEK with six months of satisfac- man discharged between May 12
t believe that since this sewerage future. I wept. Then out >of the Nov I, 1945,
9I asset? Does not everyone Walter Swindell spent Saturday tory service discharged as privates who henh.1 btf"
'" u5 p system has been provided for the comfort and darkness a mocking bird sang. I afternoon in Starke. will on reenlistment before Novem- Nov 21, 1945.

I'' health protection of the people of Starke, that it becomes I, dried my tears and smiled at the Mrs. J. P. Dickinson was host- I ber 21,be given the grade of private 3. An increase In the reenJl&t
: moon. I thought "God is In first class. bonus to $50 for each
at t b a ' the duty of everyone concerned to take advantage of ess for the Sunday School Hallowe'en service since the bonus year dam"
} heaven, all's right with the Men now in the Army who apply was|,n.J1
l this proper means of waste disposal by making the world." Tomorrow the Bun will Party Friday night. A STARKE METHODIST for discharge after NOVEMBER 1 or since last entry Into soviet, ]
i 1 connections to same? Several years good time was reported by all. 4. 20% extra when ommj
;q, t proper sanitary shine. The turpentine' trucks with for the purpose of reenlisting in the pay
have passed by now since the sewer lines have been colored workers will pass. The Mr. and Mrs." K. S. Sibley were CIIURCH Regular Army will also retain their 5. Paid furlough up to 90 din]

hyd r made available to property owners. In certain sections blue car will pass, for his sons in Gainesville on business Friday. NOVEMBER: 18 30 present grades, if they enlist within depending on length of..rvicwJ, ,
Mrs. A. L. Sullivan furlough travel paid
was to homo
shop- 20 days after discharge and before a
have improved their are carrying on his business. I
.i of Starke very few persons ping in Starke Saturday. FEBRUARY 1,19.16."BEST return, for men now in th. Am
tk eliminating the infested privy and shall watch It dowthe! road from - who.nli.t.
property by germ L. C. Zeigler of Miami spent
equipping their building with a modern water toilet my school room window. He has JOB IN THE! WORLD" 6. Mu t rng-out! pay (bnJ

$' fixture which not only is conducive to good health but left sons to step in his footprints L These special privileges are typicalof who upon length of service lo ill nJ
are Unchurjed
k1lr convenience well. To the least, it is Thank God for men like Mr. Brin- I the new law recently passed by to rwnlut
a genuine as say son and my father who lived and TELEPHONE OPERATORS Congress. Few opportunities for a 7. Option to retire at half pay ro
regrettable that so many property owners have not died in far away Indiana. lifetime career offer as many attrac- the r..t cf your .life after 20 you!

taken advantage of the.splendid sewage disposal system tive advantages.Can service 30 yean.-or(three-quorteti Retirement pay aft,,

4 which has been provided. Instead these property owners Mrs. O. A Hendry Is back from Permanent Employment With Job SecurityYoung you think of any other job grade of Mauler. or First Sergeant income" u r

a'' are maintaining filthy and dangerous privies which the Hospital In Jacksonville witha that would give you good free, :your to $155.25 per month for lift.) Al
health of the community. Yes, new baby girl. They named her food clothing, quarters, med- previous active federal militirj, er
k constantly menace the Jane Archibald. Mr Hendry dIed women ages 18-25 arc needed to be trained ical and dental care, world-wide vice count toward retirement

+ .4 not only the health of the community but also the public just a day before the baby was I travel,30 days'furlough every year, 8. Benefits of CI Bill of Right,
i an telephone operators. experience' necessary.Good
'r health. It is known that disease does not always education and training in any of 9. allowances
confine its presence to the place of origin. Therefore, born. pay while learning and Increases assured. nearly 200 skills or trades and term of Family enlistment for dependent(for (Ib hi
Ord r y Friday we three teachers wentto enable you to retire with a life income -
men reenlist
or beta
1 it cannot be stressed too strongly every precaution
y Green Cove Springs to the SALARY $20.00 for 40 hours work. Time and one a-nyt time ajterIOllears'ssr1Jice'There July 1, 1946.
+ '1 must be exercised to prevent a serious epidemic.We teachers meeting. I enjoyed iim't any/ That's why a 10. Choice of branch of wnHcin
believe the people of Starke are as much in moment. That was our firs half for over time and hours worked In excess of job In the Regular Army has been overseas theater in Air, Ground<

need and are as much entitled to good health as any meeting and we plan to have 40 In any one week. Time and one half for Sun- called "The Best Job in the World." Service Forces on 3-ye.r.nltatlllOll1

;, S S :, ; : .other town or city in the State Florida., The Health them often and make our school day work and extra pay for late hours.,,Taxi service -
S ; concerned in thiat because better. I had lunch
Depart nt'.is only program system with furnished for late hours. PAY PER MONTH- MONTXLT
'' we are sure it is for the beRt .interest of the people Mr. and Mrs. Sellers. Mr. Sellers Starting P.ETIREUIKTINCOMIAFTn..

S S ,t, 1 who live in Starke and the public health. Is principal of Green Cove Good opportunity for promotion and a fine future ENLISTED MEN sore fir fay: 20 Veer 30 TH )

1 i la The Florida State Board of Health. Bradford Springs school. Mrs. Sellers Is a if you are ambitious. In Addition If Foot), Lodging. Master Sergeant Mon<* Service Smite

County Health Dept., and the Officials of the City of primary teacher I saw Mr. Nash Clothe and Medial Care or First Sergeant $138.00 $89.70 $li)2
and Miss Crews
k ko the to start this and Mr. Wads Vacations with sickness Technical Sergeant 114.00 74.10 1251ePlus
.z. Starke are expecting property owners They all at different times taught pay, benefits a pension
( 20% Increase for Staff Sergeant . 96.00 62.40 10th
), work at since it is .required by State law #and
+( once, :at Clay Hill. plan comfortable lounge and club room and pleasant .
o Service Oversee* (b)-Plus Sergeant . 78.00 50.70 17.7
; ''y City of Starke ordinance. Mrs. Gussie Wilkinson and surroundings. 50% if Member of Flying Corporal . 66.00 42.90 741

Your cooperation is expected and will be greatly daughter, Mrs. J. C. Nolan spent I Plus Crews 5,%Parachutist Increase in, etc.Pay(for c) Private First Clan 34.00 35.10 60.7f

to S appreciated. i Wednesday of this week with Mrs. Come In today for. complete information and talk Each 3 Year of Service. Private . 30.00 32.50 761

BRADFORD COUNT HEALTH DEPT.D. Fred Lang. to Airs. Edith Cameron. Hours 9 a. m. to 4 p. m.
Rev J. L. Strickland Is
L. PA11KER Sanitary Officer, aione
J. C. l\ULLEH,1\I. D., Health Officer. row s'nce' his wife passed away. SIC THE JOB THROUGH ftKNUSr MOW AT YOU*NIAtI I
Rev C. Wilkinson
!: awhile -
1' ---- t'venlng.ubrl'Y U L 5 ARMY
:Flrlnson visited him Tuesday evening .
ORDERS NOW TAKEN FOR & TELEGRAPH CO. 250 P. O. Bldg.Jacksonville .
for an hour or so. He Is not BE A

CUSTOM MADE FURNITURE forgotten. He has sold his cattleto 110 Madison St. Starke Florida "GUARDIAN OF VICTORY" Fla
p ,, Mr. Mosley. ,
k' ti
Nearly! everyone In the settle-
Furniture finishing and Repairs .
ment attended Mr, T, A. Brln-
I Interior Decorating son's funeral Friday afternoon at .

the Baldwin: Methodist Church 1
t Kitchens,Remodelled and Cabinets The procession: 'o Stark wia>uiif
ttn Installed and\ u quarter mile' long. He was Ship ,ahoy! . Have a Coke

placed In the family mausr>ii>um

: 't Eddie Hartman Furniture Mfg. Co. in Crosby Lake Cemetery. Thishlahway !
; ,; patrol cleared tho way
Phone 52-J or 87-I. for the procession His colored \

workers brought flowers and

wept aloud for their boss and best

friend. Hone had been with him

for many years. .
its : JUST RELEASED . Special meeting was "allerj for
K6 ' the PTA Thursday afternoon. It

k', New Portable was voted to give a Pie Supper,
: .
Friday night, November 18. All

i jI 1 girls are Invited to bring pies and

boys come prepared to buy. All _
7 Cast Iron Topless Stoves pies'will be home baked. We will i-,_ y i A- ,' S..M -
i v try to bake some In the cafctem k$ _
7.1rr't: -
_ _ _
teaching the 9th grade girls how

4, 1, a i useable as I to bake pies. Everyone come, en- _
4'I Joy yourselves. The funds will be _

R FIREPLACE GRATES 'used for the school cafeteria.

V A I, t The attendance at Long Branch
for Sunday. School and Church
k 1 andBARBECUE et Sunday was not so good bocausoof I Ie

1 r sickness and so many of the r r yam iy

1 GRILLSPrelVar children Next Thursday were absent.night, October 8, J JI F Ii:1::1 '; :fi

; 4 { Quality at 7:30: p m. will be Conferenceat JI _. ;,, -=- _ _
Long Branch.

.2." x 12" 9" Hir.II We have not seen or heard any I

more wild cats. If there were
l 22.50" any more they must have been

Be Quick To TreatBronchitis ? vJ

4. ; !; i Other Items Just Received

'1 ., . refreshment joins the family reunion _
Chronic bronchitis may develop U ,
1 :Tour cough,chest cold,
c4I't or acute bronchitis -
COAL GRATES Is not treated and you cannot It's a far cry from shipboard to the family fireside. But in both places
afford to take a chance with any medt-

p'S 5 and 10 Ib SYRUP CANS cine which less goes potent right than to the Creomulsion seat of the your sailor finds friendliness and Coca-Cola. The words Have a Coke

? : ;' I GARDEN RAKES HOES. AXES laden trouble phlegm to help loosen and aid and expel nature germ to have a special meaning for him. They say TouVe one of us.The sparkling '

soothe and heal raw.tender.Inflamed
bronchial mucous membranes. refreshment of ice-cold Coke reflects the American
r 3 Creomulsion blends beech wood spirit. . -

; t BRADFORD HARDWARE CO. creosote It time contains tested byspeclal no medicines narcotics.processwlth tor coughs.other has made the pause that refreshes a national custom. Coke .C0C3-Cob .

No matter how many medicines oc..oan ill urea 'de;
J. B. Carlisle Owner you have tried, tell your druggist to ,lOTTKD! UNDIt! AUTHORITY Of THI COCA.CO,, COMPANY IT " th. nEf trtdj
1, fell you a bottle of Creomulsion with A mark which dirtingu-h: tte
the understanding you must like the STARKE COCA-COLA BOTTLING CO. Coe..ColaConP, < '
., way it quickly allays the cough,per- urtofTh
"' ':-: = :': -_":: :!.::.; = ::-;:::-.: .: ==::. mitttas: rest; and sleep, or you arts ta
have ;your money back. (Mv.)
-O 1941 The c.c I


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[:. ; 1m ,

Nurses tra public health' training. have . . . . . . - - ----- -----.-----.___..____. u .. _.. .. ,_ _. .. ...._ ___".'__"&. _"'1iII

btered been considered in Ocala. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Wat- . . . . . .
the pant but kins and Mrs. Gladys I -- ---. .
ent* the current n"ea: Is so criticalrf'glstered State Farm Pensacola. Cooper of Brooker -- ....

estate Health Is.d nurioa will be Interviewed Hy Mrs. IlrjMhltrieia Mr. and Mrs. A C Davis and OYdTN
urgent for regia.d and If chosen will will be family spent last weekend with Hy Joyce Atkinson fOR
an e . . a
nurses ;this week' There given a n orientation course to e relatives In Graham and Waldo. . . . . . . q ,
In West F I.>ndtalJIlOSI \ familiarize ItRlDOR CLLIl !MEETING Mr. and Mrs M. D. Young went
12 )pel\ll1.P: them :MRS. >
with J\NK :\f.\LI
In CentralSouthern public Traditional to Ashburn .U'US
t1 many fall colors of red Ga., Saturday to take
parts of the state, health duties.Interested and gold were carried out In the .Mrs. T. T. Fillyaw to her home I Mrs. Jane Malphurs a life-long

nurses< are needed for nurses should contact ; flowers used by Mrs. C. M: Tur- there and remained overnightwith resident of Bradford County died
nero rapid treatment hospital in Miss' Ruth E. llettlnger of the ney when she was hostess at last relatives. at her home in Brooker. Friday. try the
State Board of Health in Jackson Wednesday's meeting of the State Mrs\ S. R. Dodson Mrs. Ira Nov. 2. Funeral services v..
.t.,., reelstei'e J nurses with ex- vIDe, Farm Bridge Club Among the Dobson and children and Mrs. the under
: -- two tables of players were Mrs.! James Johns of Staike were direction of Key-McCabe of : BLUE TAVERN

Adw.N.n we Robert S. Chapman and Mrs. guests of Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Jacksonville were held Saturday I
John P Turney who Markham for afternoon She 79
were visitorsof several days this was years old

fiom where I sit:;... J' JocMarsh ( this their occasion respective Mrs. P.relatives.D. Fancher On week. Friends of Ernest L. Chesser 112 EAST: TENTH STREET i

. . . . will be glad to know that, he was I
Sr. .
. .
won high prize, Mrs. I.. F. I
recently discharged from _._ ._._..___ _ _
Chapman Sr., won the '
second high
Factory versus Farm ( and Mrs. Dennis Fancher was BoatdrainBy Navy after serving 4 1-2 years 1t1 ,
: .
"bingo" At the con- years of that time over-
A Draw elusion of the games Mrs. Turney, Mrm. Z. Z. Grlffl seas. CHICKEN DINNERS PLATE LUNCHES I

served a salad course with coffeeto . . . . . . .
Mel Bates and Jud Polk were beer,"brewed from golden guests. Rev. Curtis Harris and daugh The ninth ---.-.----- i
farm- grade class of 1945 f'
ters Wanda
BOWLF. and Gloria, of Green
I about the er's : AND
other day
rgu1nB the grain, allows Judbottled ". . and Cove Springs are going to sponsor a Box Sup
Mr. dinner
the farm.Jud has and Mrs E. G. Land Sunday
factor versus and kept an- per to be held
wholesome by guests of Mr. the Brooker
tool works and Mel the nounce the marriage of their and Mrs. W. E. TRY ONE OF OUR SPECIAL
I lob in the Ingenuity of Industry" Mel Green. school house Saturday, November
fc ws the best corn In the adds politely. daughter 1YI'a; to Roy L. Howies Mrs. Ada 10, at 8 p. m. All girls are asked I Ih
of I Grlffla, Mr. and Mrs.
Mayo on November 2.IIOMKCOM.ING .
unt)'. Prom where I sit,we may have Albert Grlffls. Mrs. Callle Gainey to prepare a box and attend and FRIED CHICKEN DINNERS

I "Where would :you farmer different occupations. dill'.ntw : : Willie Green and Miss Opal Mor- .boys....... are asked to be prepared to
lad snys, "U it weren't for standards, different opinions.:. S. Sgt. Jack Bradley arrived tell attended the funeral of Mrs. "':t.I
.hi factories that make :your but we're all necessary to one home Saturday after having beera II Viola Thomas In Brooker last Funds raised will belong to the ALSOSTEAKS ,! r,
ltow and tractors' another. Japanese POW Tuesday.Mrs. I ninth grade.
Ana the more we skip for nearly four r
"And where would :yon taethe differences, and stress the years. He has been granted a I W. A. Brown and children. Mrs. Charles & CHOPS tr
be Mel, "nn.i bigger DO-'lay furlough. Barbara Jean and Wade Anderson of
f1 I workers says of cooperation, oleranre Joining Mr. and I Roy, of Grove- Jacksonville
8 i we farmers grew the foot< and undrratandlng Mrs. J. M, Bradley In welcoming and and Mr. and Mrs. Jacob ents, Mr. and Mis visiting her par ii I7{
going' the closer their son home, the following relatives I' Green of Plant City are visiting Lee Green fora _._ ,1Mj rj rji
at t keeps yon we are to a better few weeks. --- .--" .-._ __,..:0. ___. :
jrWell. called It a draw, world have been visitors during at the bedside of Mrs. Maggie i rI
Ind ma they over a glass ofCopyright. Q ./1 itlaJul the week: Mr. and Mrs. Vanc; Green, who Is still seriously III.I Mr and Mrs. II II. Hen'It'I'8nn'ot '
c'Oe { Geiger and son, Bradley. Mr. and I I Mr. and Mrs. Frank Clark and Sanderson were visiting friends '
Mrs. M F. Coker, Sr., Mr. and I children and Mrs C. II Clark of over the week-end t l I

1943, ViuteJ Stata fireuert FOI4'k.uiun Mrs. M F. Coker, Jr. and( children Starke were visiting In this section Miss' Hazel Dukes was visiting ha
Mr. and Mrs. Reese Bradleyand 'I Monday. In New berry Saturday. i a4w ,

sons Clinton and Jack 41
Wayne of Jacksonville. Mrs. Gee I I

ONWAY'Sf ald Cox and daughter Lois Irene,

of Roswell of, Ga.Great, and Lakes PhM. Nell 111. BMuldrow 44 Can Use More Pulpwood

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Service StationI'IIOSE Mr. and Mrs C. O. Partney JJJgpWIUTK TIMBER DKl'T. ---- --
---- --
left last Wednesday for Candler. Container Corp'n. of America -- -- -
Fcrnandina Fla. --- --
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N. C., where Mrs. -- -
147 RING 2 FOIL SI'ltnC; : Partney Is a --- - ---
patient In the = -- ===
Piagah Sanitarium = =.=. .
-== = == ;= -;;-.:
friends hope that her ally will . .. .
---,-, . .... -
Oil Changing be beneficial. -----. ;:- ;; *==----'-- ----
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CD Greasing Dinner guests at noon Thurs- _:- Z 4j--
day of Mr. and Mrs\ J G. Caldwell .
m Waxing were Mrs \V n. Green of =
Washing Fairfield] and Mrs. Jack Hoffman
f t? and son, Dobby and Mrs. Olll ' EVEUYHOIJYI ,

,+= t9 Polishing Suggs; of Ocala. {) EATING =
Tire Mr. and Mrs. Enlce Biadshaw
G Repairs AT =
children went to Palmetto -<-:::
Wednesday of last week for a
ELECTRIC ARC WELDINGAMOCO stay with relatives The PARK CAFEDelicious

Miss Mildred Williams of F.S.C. I- SWEET POTATO POKEJ-
W., Tallahassee spent last weekend S ,

GAS ONE HOUROIL with Rev. and Mrs. li: A e Add 1 cup mol..... or emit. syrup: two wM- +

& GREASE Shepherd.Mr. Regular b. tn ....... two cup of milk, t tbip. t
and Mrs. J. A. Bouvier Meals
butter, 1 t.p. mound fluff** and 1 tip.
were with Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Healthful f
I Vegetable Plates round cinnamon,In order,to 3H Cups gnt.d

Quaker StateOil from McRae Saturday and family until in McIntosh\Monday. Short Ordersm .w..t potato.. Turn Into a w.ll-r....d

'fcaklnf pan and Dab about forty.A mla ,
They were accompanied by Miss
Betty McRae who from ut.. Inca nodtrat oven. Bprlnkl brows '-
came '"'"""'. ""m.:'wmmm/ / '":,' ,m',m""mimmimKii'/ "' "nimiiuiiiiini/' / "' 'imauamimuMiaumHmwMmm. ,.,, ---
Sealed Containers Tallahassee Friday ''' ' ''' '' '''' u III i uiinmtiiiiini'/ '''' 'u''u' '''W1111/11/QpIIIINI'''''' '''' .uflraf sad cinnamon w., tk. top at the ..4'

Miss Lila Rae Caldwell was NOW OPEN FOR BUSINESS of the Ant thirty anJaal .. i
RIDE overnight guest of Mrs. Elizabeth

FLORIDA AUTO LITE Hornick, U.S.O. Director, In JTAX Its. .16.00 to ..*. D. O. loft,

MOTOR LINES BATTERIESTake Starke Saturday. STARKE AUTO SUPPLY _- 1843 OUrla St., Jack.onrUU 7, ria., for thUlnt
:Mr. and Mrs. S. V. R. Martllng -
.r..tinr regional r.elp.. ..nd '
& GREYHOUND of Melrose spent the past weekend .
a. :roar rtonat ..olp> tnggtion. **- '
with Mr. and 214 EAST
Grlner. Xf publlih'd. ,a.oo will

For Safety .15/f1J'fll JfPlt.e. I I James Vause of Panama CityIs HOME WNED) AND OPERATED paid for its a.., Addr".i 1 7d i4
Comfort & Economy 'W I visiting his nephew and niece, .ed>>. :Bdltpr, JAX Br.wlng- t.

Phone 147 Mr. and :.(ra. J. L. Williams.Mr Co., JackionTllI, Florida.II = t
Care Of It and Mrs. P. D Fancher i t .

and Mrs Dennis Fancher were WE FEATURE: Raybestos brakclng . .
Sunday visitors of Mr. and::! Mrs. Water Hose . Fan
: Belts . : I]v err tad
-..ray-n. .."-. ",' "''''I/IIJ''H''H'/ '' '''''', '''' ''' ''''', ,, ,,''' '''''''''''''''''''''''' '....,.,....."eta, "''''''amrnWELCOME", '. ..." ,"m''IIII''''''' f \\'. W McCrary in Jacksonville. Hotsliot Batteries . Garage Lights . y. -- ,
Sunday guests of Mr. ;
and Mis J supper Williams were Mr Floor MatH . Tire Pump . Humper

and Mrs. G. W Ferree of Lake Jacks . Universal Spark i'lugh' . Sure
lilt and Wells Ignition Repair Parts .
been discharged Lxhaunt
the Marine Corps, Calvin Williamarrived !'

II.. -. _-I Saturday from California . Speaker Tire Repair Units . Tire
: Mr and :Mrs. Williams and 1 little Relinera . Match Patch Motorist Outfits -

daughter Sandra, are now withtheir !' . Tool Chests . Sealed Beam

1No relatives, Mr and Mrs. O. E Adapter Sets . Stop Lights . I'hilco
Crews and Rev. and Mrs. L. A
Shepherd.Mrs. Radio Batteries :. Mobilte! Spotlights .

H. M.: Rlchardo spent ,
Tuesday night and Wednesdaywith Model "A"Parts, Ignition Parts, Gas Lines t s -; '

her, parents, Mr and Mrs.
and Distributor Parts
J. II Pitch In Jacksonville.Mrs. --
J. W. Woodward joined 5
her sister Mrs. Bard Gale of

Palatka, at St. Augustine Beach REPLACEMENT: PARTS FOR ALL MAKESOF ;
for a stay from Wednesday until With
service Sunday Mrs. Gale had taken her AUTOMOBILES: c=
matter what branch of the
daughter, Sharon to the Ilinwnnmmmnr" "" ..,rlemmnsmm, '"' ,,,,,, ''' '' '''. '' / '.'''. "" , ,
young '' '' '''' '
nmpuhunlnmm.ennsmnlmslnanmmxnaumSU.mum."wnumlUlmwnlwnUw"wm'''' '' '''''''''' '' '' '''''''''' ''' <'' '' ''' '': '' '''mS'''' .
beach for recuperation followinga Sparkling -
recent toniilectomy. n
you're in No matter whether you're Mrs. J. 1\[. Bradley returned

Saturday from Statham, Ga., where she had been called abouta t

getting just starting week before by the'serious \' fine .
a discharge or are two regional favorites
Illness of her mother, Mrs. J. B.
Treadwell It Is hoped that Mrs. that literally sparkle with

Treadwell will steadily Improve. ___ goodness. Distinctly
in appetizing
You'll always find a warm welCome Mrs. J. R. Jones returned Mon- _
day from Ft. Bragg, N. C., to designed to please our regional -' '

which point she accompanied: Lt. tastes and thoroughly pleasing 1 ;
and the 'most for at Jones last Thursday following his
your leave here with her and their lit either together or aloneyou'll find t''

tle daughters them worthwhile adding to the 1 i
Mrs. L. J. Kite and daughters, '
P. S. Stores. I Leslie Ruth and Elizabeth Ann, flood things you enjoy. ,.

and Mrs. Howard Geiger of Berea .
Ohio are with Mr. and Mrs. J. R. ,
JAX is brewed to please' our -
while Lt. ((1g). Kite Is stationed -
01R HFCOHD" SHOW' at Green Cove Springs BEST IN WINTER, TOO own hi hly -developed regional

1 OVER aoi. ninitn TWO MILL10vHOST hl'h Visitors of Mr. and Mrs. M. R. Your tastes. lAX is Appearance Is
MADE. PI HCHAW". ''11O'R Holmes the early part of this Important Summer, Win. 'low golden and mild.: Try it today = ;
ter Rain Shine So
KTOHKS. or Keep It
UBASONMISTORES Mrs. Robert Dukes of Up Always By
: week were .
HE A that
Jacksonville and M. R. Holmes, Sending Your Clothes To Ua For Regular Clean and you'll agree it's premium _

Jr., who waS recently discharged ings Send Them All To Us And We Will in quality although not in price.

IP from the USN at Jacksonville and Return Them To You Sparkling Clean And Nice. -
was en route to his home In
Miami. '
Relatives visiting Mr. and Mrs. PRICES Say JAX! : --=---_- -
R S. Rosier last week-end were PHONE 135: = Y'II 1111'/11/1 ,4 2J y
Mrs. Theodore Offline, of Jenners. === 111I1f Tea 1k.. t, .c/ '

Pa., MrS. W. L. Armstrong of RO T. O11..J..A'Jd 315 __. _. tI'tnyptktt "
Dover and Mrs. A. E. Thompsonof
Kisslmmee. eilEEN, 9 lU 71f.elJ TempleOwner BREWING

Mr. and Mrs J P. Watklns .
AT BLANDING BUS STATION had as guests during the past Aye. :
week buss Beulah Watkins of

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f : Catherine Gainey Irene left the church It sounded Miss June Bloss Methodist Circles to build a small
c SOCIETY md CLUBS little bill1
( like Hallowe'en coming a Mrs.
, H. McLeanAt Met Monday T 'r
Weds R.
Has Birthday PartyMr. early . Add Historic Events: atrlcle Long
Celia Israel of the USO staff had Heights from the
t and Mrs. Ralph Gainey entertained the thrill of seeing her first Keystone The recreation building of the entitled "The Hero World Army Wives Tea Davis-Moses Methodist Church ,
w at their homes Saturday orange grove at Melrose Sunday Miss Luella June Bloss, daughter was place of Circle Two

Held At USO Club Mr. and Mrs. N. J. Davis of night honoring their daughter . Glimpsed Ruth Haines Fanny of Mrs, Ella Bloss and the meeting Monday afternoon for a business se8810n r'Qnlluctet, llIfr
tst Torres, and Thelma J e n n i ngs Joint session of the circles of theWomall's which ....
Many and varied are the activities Graham have received word of Catherine, on her 14th birthday late R. LeLand Bloss of Keystone aided Over b) M"",,
the latter's fence Tuesday
.! painting Society of Christian r.
tl y which hold forth at the local the marriage of their non, Noah anniversary.After morning in anticipation of Dr.Jennlng's Heights and Richard H. MacLean, chairman Sir ,
Ernest, F 1-c of the Solomons, Service. Hostesses: Mrs. Bertha A "q
{ I tt USO Club each week Last Saturday games and contests, the early arrival home . /son of Mr. and Mrs. F. G. Mac- ducted t h 00d
t Maryland, Naval Mine Warfare gifts were opened and refreshments Pearce Miss Kate Struth and After the devotion" .a
evening's Tag Dance was Lean ''of Bronson were united in business
Station and Wins Miss Amy Coburn.
Testing Myrtle
were served to the guests. Wood 1eu101,
r l : '" attended by a large group of servicemen Lee Moses of Durham, N C. Quite a coincidence experiencedby marriage Saturday evening, Octo- Mrs. W. B. Sewell, chairman of read and Mrs Hattie II \
s 1' and hostesses with the Present were Car well Harrell Wall recently . articles froOl
273rd AGF Band from Camp The marriage was an event of of Lake City, Ray. Hazel, Ron- AJJ soon Mrs. as Mabel she heard that her son ber 27, In the community Churchat Circle One, presided over a busi- look. the p'\ OI1d

} Blanding furnishing the music, September 8 In the Methodist ald Wanda and Doyle Griffls. Mr. William was in an Atlanta Hos- Keystone Heights. Rev. Wil- ness session for her clrcleand The circles decided
the meeting'was
-,1 Miss Garnlta Hutto president of Foundery Church in Washington, and Mrs.*MOlte Fouse 0 fLake the next trainto lIam O. Smedley performed the opened with December meeting Iba
D. C., the pital she caught prayer by Mrs. w. J. Churchwell. woU4!
and was performed by the
1 the club's Junior hostess organization Rev. Harris, Minister of the Sen- City, Geraldine Brown Buddy and the big city: but when she arrived ceremony and was asa\stSd i br; Mrs./ Titus Olson reported that which nature of a Chrl8bnll
: r Grand March which Ronald Brown, Donald and WIl- would
led ate. she found that he'd been Rev. George E. Farrar the 'offering for the Week of be held In!be
"j9 preceded the intermission. burt Prevatt Sharon Green, Opal given!' a three-day pass and had The ,church was decorated with Prayer and Self-Denial School Building the first
Senior hostesses graciously serving Attending were Miss Betty Morrell and Mr. and Mrs. W E. amountedto [ in December. 11
dl 1t ; taken a room out in town, just I ,tall standards of white asters, and $62.
; during''the'evening' were Mr Crouch and Mrs. Peggy SemJey Green and daughter Martha. from the hospital I After disposing of
4: I Bertha Peafce;'Mrs. Shellle Hall, of Washington, D. C., and Mr. and .to. So get Mm.away Wall spent the next lighted tapers irk, candelabra.A It was decided t 0 purchase circles met together bill
Mrs. Barbara Breazeale, Mrs. May Mrs. M. B. Jackson of Goldboro, program of nuptial music azalea plants to be placed on the esses served hot and the
Winsome Class of searching every I tea
couple days ,
A ;) Dlcklns, Mira iMtrdge Middleton, N. hotel in Atlanta and had Just was ,rendered by Mrs. James south side of the parsonage; aLso and cookies
t ? and Miss, Amy Coburn. Davis was a graduate of Met At KingsleyThe about given up hope when upon Strickland. The traditional ,wed- ,

The monthly tea for army wives Bradford High School with the entering a restaurant one night, I ding marches were used. -- -
r b } ? was held on Tuesday afternoon In class of 1942 and has been in the Winsome Class of the who should she meet coming out The bride was given In marriage -

..t ,: ; the spacious lounge of the Club Navy nearly ,three years.Woman's First Baptist Church met for its but Bill! . Hear little Vida by 'her mother.!! She worea NICE ASSORTMENT FANCY
', class and
r monthly meeting a tacky
tF 7 from 2 to 4. o'clock. For the Jean Gentry celebrated her fifth gown of white marquisette over
Oct. 26 the
party, Friday in
I. r' pleasure of the assembled guests Club home of Mrs. Louise Tenley, birthday anniversary with a birth- taffeta, fastened at the fro nOt CHOCOLATES .
Mrs. Lois Hartnett, army wife day party In the armory October with tinyselfcovered buttons
4s To '
(# r and teacher in the local school, Meet Nov. 14 .Klngslek Lake. 31 . .To Whom It May Con- from a high neck line down the 1
fj t'' l, read the beautiful and authentic '' A short business session was Volunteers urgently
cern: are length of the fitted bodice. Ruffles -
The Woman's
Club will
4ql "White Cliffs of Dover" by AliceDuel' meet presided over by the president at needed for substitute work at the of marquisette formed the
Wednesday, November 14 at 4 o'-
led which time plans for the
r o i Miller. Group singing, clock in the club building. Miss nursery Blanding canteen on the Tuesday drop shoulder effect and cascades
made and
were Pollyanna
I Lucille Mitchell of the names shift from 10:30: p. m. to 2:30a. : of ruffles extended down the
Junior Woman's Club will have were drawn. After the business m. . See Virginia Smith or front of the full skirt forming a
session the turned
meeting was
. .
Bess Burns flounce toward the back. Brace-
Charge of the program. over to the social chairman of.
1 : Hostesses for this meeting are the evening, Mrs Carolyn Pal-! let length sleeves were softly ,
lihly' T& Mrs. C. A. Futch Mrs. GeorgeB. mer. Glad to report that Lt. Col. Ben shirred. A finger tip veil of Ln' (t j
& sent back sheer illusion fastened her
Sternberg won't be was to
Flynn, Mrs. K. G. Duncan, Mrs.
Lemuel Colson Highlights of the party were a overseas . He'll make his head- hair by a coronet of seed pearls
Mrs. R. C. Bu- ,.. wtt
race between Mrs.
t I II peanut She carried satin covered -
ri quarters now In the Pentagon a prayer
ford Mrs E. L. Biggs, Mrs. A. W.
Torres and Mrs. Mamie
Anderson Fanny Building, Washington, D. C. . book with a white orchid showered
and Mrs L. S. Hutto.
and most determined
Harper a Hear the tacky party given by with tube roses. IN ONE-POUND SIZE

by Miss Margaret Ann Young, a- banana feeding by blindfolded the Winsome Class at Louise Ten- Misses Ida and Lucille Johnson
round the concluded theafternoon's contestants, Mrs. T h e 1 m a Jennings . Whitman's Bunte's &
piano ley's was quite a success were bridesmaids. The former McPhaill
Mrs Martha Pellum Mrs.
I program. Del Iclous 1 Ruth Haines' rendition of "Mary wore blue net over taffeta and
Ai\S I gy'p'# in 4 I refreshments were prepared and Ruth Haines and Mr*. Saunders. Had a Little Lamb" was some- carried an old fashioned nosegay
1f / served by Mrs. Beatrice Weln- Interesting' personalities were thing very special and the costumes of pink asters, while the latter'sgown LARGE SIZE BOWL TYPE
Starke'sI. stein, Mrs. Ruth Herbst, and Mrs represented by Mrs. Harper, Mrs. were simply out of this was pink and her nosegay
Sylvia Gonshorek. Mrs. Mar- Jennings, and Mrs. Torres. The world . Mamie Harper won was orchid asters.
Themes garet Tucker was in of Hallowe'en motif was carried out Electric HeatersON
; t charge first prize-0. pair I of earrings Cecil L. Heeter, cousin of the
+ a the In the decorations with witches,
iJ" program and Mrs. Mary made by Carolyn Palmer . .
7 7r bride, and John J. Kennedy both
Jones, Mrs. Rose Grovlno and owls and pumpkins.A Second bottle of citronella
prize a
Ut- \ % 4?>l ; ; restaurant Band Mrs. Viola Vigilante planned the salad course with coffee was perfum, went to Thelma Jen- ushers.stationed Camp MacLean Blandlng had as were his SALE AT

i autumn decorations. nerved, to the guests. nings, and third prize, a packageof best man, his father. 3.981
Stanback, went to Fanny Tor-
Mrs. Bloss wore a powder blue
res who wore a 1927 dress with
yellow homespun panties show- chiffon gown over taffeta with a A Good Value and Splendid to

Y '' Ing underneath . Lucy Carden corsage of pink rose buds and a
1L r A r&LDitAhLdfr wore a 1900 model with combs similar arrangement in her hair Heat Up Your Room These Cool Dag&\\
MacLean chose blue
W : high in her hair', and Kay Strick- navy
for her and .
gown wore a
ty .i 1' land was a fair imitation of Mae
We"t.. --- ing hat. Her corsage was also TWO-BURNER
a of pink. rose buds.Immediately .

p 4 rf as } LOBSTER Ah, what I In, so rare as a Home- Sponsors looked ado ruble, as following the cere- -
Glad to see Jam.Iayes and
,, 4 ; a fy A 1 coming game! . And what is usual with ex-Tornado star R. J. his British bride back along Call mony a reception was held in the Electric Hot Plate

SHRIMP M so much fun, may I ask? . Turner escorting Betty Hayes, Street last week-but not for long Woman's Club. Mrs. F. E. Stitch-

1 The only fault I can find Is that . They hurried down to berry, Mrs. John Byrd, Miss Ger- Splendid Value at $7.00
i 4 ll4', h'' who with Betty Jean Hiatt, ablysponsor.'d on
v CHICKEN two eyes and ears are simply not Titusville where James has trude Houser and Mrs. H. R.

,I. enough to watch the game and I .; : Green Cove . Doing a position in a radio accepted repair -- Tracy assisted in serving. Mrs. See Them In Our Show WindowWhYrVinJne

still see and hear all that is go- the I honors for BHS were Myrtle shop : Couldn't resist askIng William Ewing kept, the bride's

; Ing on among'the homecomers in Thomas and Betty (Turner) Red- Lucy ,
: B the grandstand . I can't resist dish the latter pinch hitting for Ikes the States and she replied After spending some time with- .;:.;: .-' ed (thugs or}prescriptitn'y4rt" :

For ', trying to do both, so that's the Hazel Fields, who was unhappily that what impresses her most is their guests, Mr.' and Mrs. 'Mac- .. member our prescription department. Three

,' reason I have beautiful crick In hospitalized with an Infection the food-there's so much of it! Lean left for Orlando where they
t Connoisfit my neck this week . Need I from a dental operation . Also . Seems that in England they're .Will reside. The bride travelledIn registered and graduated pharmacists on

tell: you that the Majorettes were spotted Major Bill Wainwright, on still allowed only one egg a I.i green Jersey with yellow accessories duty.KOCH. .

u j : r ., seurs the champion( scene atealers in terminal leave but still In uni- month! . Hear Earl Holt John- and wore) an orchid cor-
fit t #t their short, short skirts-white, form because of the scarcity of son, Jr., celebrated his first birth- '

A 4 FI {d I 01 0 purple, and gold-quite spectacular civilian clothes, escorting his dot- day anniversary last Saturday sage.Out of town guests included

; 1 :;. Glimpsed In the stands ing sister,. Marguerite . After when Martha gave a family partyn Mrs. Phillis Davis, Mrs. Frank DRUG STO

Good were Joe Andrews (still hanging the game everyone adjourned to i his honor . Glimpsed Jean Merrill, Miss Gertrude Mollnow,
i N Food his hat at Yale) escorting fond dance at the USO where Doris Adkins, formerly of the county Richard Mollnow of Jacksonville,
I sister, Jacquelin The Roush, senior I
Colson sponsor, Coach Geiger agent's office, now typing awayin Mr. and Mrs. Fred Carr,' Mr. and :
and brothers, Billy and Lemuel, Jr., Alec Purcell, John Deas, and the rent control office . Mrs. Charles Brown of Daytona
f t 0 both with fresh discharges and Foster Shi Smith, ably I
represented Beach
lt Mr. and Mrs. J. Edwin
rl' s Drink enjoying every minute of it , the teaching staff of BHS . Well, guess that winds up the Larson of Tallahassee, Mr. and
c Judy McRae and wife Bryan Grace Osborne also In evidence, little black book for this' time . Mrs. R. I. Vanwlnkle of St. Au-

Harrell, Merle Grider, Eustace Kel- wearing her new "Basic Curl" So long See you In the nextCarolyn. gustine, Mr. and Mrs. Gilstrap of Join the Chamber of Commerce, !
ley, Forest Crosby (ex-Navy, now first of this
h 1, r, C, rCAI type permanent to . Orlando and Mr. and Mrs. C. K.
N at Stetson), Billy Jackson still !In be given in Starke . Pennington of Gainesville.
cast and slings), A. E. Wall T. -
Weeks and bride Bobby (U of Glad to see Cliff Hazen and his L and pledge substantial sum j

F) Biggs, and scads of others . New.MexIco bride, Elsie: back: In

charged these parts at Drew. . Cliff was dis- iu 'r__ ward the retention of Camp Bij
Field and hopes rr '
to remain along Call Street, which I :.i !!
he s .
GET ACQUAINTEDWEEK likes better than any place _____ ding as a permanent Army insj
.. been yet . Seems he was
CAI, Dining OutTonight all set to go overseas as a B-171: SUNDAY & MONDAY NOV. 11-12 .

pilot when an injury to his arm lation, and also for the purpose

? kept him on duty as an Instructor "STATE
at Williams Field Arizona FAIR"IN

Have dinner here In a'pleasant '' , Friends are receiving securing:,new industries. for Star!
atmosphere where you know STARKE'METIODISTCHURCH announcements of the marriage of ( TECHNICOLOR) 1

y rt, i, n :++ the food will be deliciously Sgt. Sam Simpson to Freda Marilyn
Jeanne Craine
'i cooked and Coverdell on Sept. 13: in St. Dana Andrews

li a attractively served NOVEMBER 18 30 Louis, talk, Mo.with. Sgt.. Had Bryan an interestIng Harrell- Dick Haymes Vivian Blaine We already have industries here that 'j

the other day and he tells me ALSO NE\yS & CARTOON and be beneficial toward the future succes
1's_ that he
was 2,500
miles out
- the over "FOOTBALL Starke if TRADED AT I10)I IE.>
Pacific Ocean, as a member THRILLS OF 1944" you'

of a B-29 crew, when news of the

I Jap surrender came over their TUES. WED. THURS. NOV. 13 14 15 The Starke Dry Cleaners and Laundrj
END GROCERY & MARKET radio "We said 'to heck with f
If and turned around and flew home-owned and will within the near |

ti: back to the states," Bryan "THE GREAT JOHN L. for '
I ST. STARKE FLA. ; .'. Of course, you can't do says depend on the citizens of Starke 'tsj

thing In the Army without any-hav- Greg !McClure Linda 'Darnell istence. For the past four years it has

ing orders, but seed d
they did It the
any- been possible to take care of
way-and. got by with It! I, .,
r POTATOES, Irish, 5 Ibs ._ . . 29c ALSO the Starke citizens, but equipment has1

Hear that Irene Lewis By Public Demand suffi""c
j and Paul Is
GREEN CABBAGE, lb. . . . 4c Faulkner attended church at Pine Pictures Of Bradford installed during, (this time that ,

t r0 Level recently and became victims County's Service to serve the community during normalBy b|
Fancy BUNCH GREENS 2 Bunches of some pranks intended Men And Women
f 1 25c for newlyweds On The this industry, ya fj
I I "r Dot and Julian Wood . Screen patronizing one

ONIONS, 3 lbs. . . . . . 15c Seems the newlyweds, didn't attend Showing'At Matinee Per- contribute toward the payroll of aboo

that night" and rather than formance Only At 1:00 p. m. ,I I"J about $"0 a

TALL MILK, 3 Cans . . . 25c be done out of their fun, the employes. This means

r youngsters tied strings of cans circulating I in the community.t That
; ylcci. PILLSBURY'FLOUR, '24 Ibs. ,- $1.45 to Paul's car so when he and "AND NOW THE PEACE" 4. '- hay. '

'f' The Sign of Radiant HealthFLORIDA And Other Selected Short Subjects '. The labor situation is improving daily
.T ficient help naturally .

r RITZ course, means a better class of sel"'lCe 1 |
;,;, TENDER CHUCK STEAK, lb. - 29c L.ek Tbi.ra

Tr.d.Menlo SUNDAY & MONDAY NOV. 11 12 ;

RIB & BRISKET STEW, - 22c ........... .w..J' BUY VICTORY BOND


- - 30C Tab "-0"1 )* "V" ONE to rail.lPMt ... DRY
\ stomach .......hpal1on, headache.

'/, ar 1' t r Fresh Homemade SAUSAGE, lb. 42c causal foro!':, of by Radian biliouwMi H.Enjoy and Get to vouxQbottl.promote "DARK WATERS" STA'OIIlIOVB

t .: : .=I:1::1the and LAUNDRY
?? r// th* I f"I family:: I 28
l Alt Drug 6u*.. ..U Flo.ida To.;: i -



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IRITS of LOCAL NEWS I I Mr. and Mrs. O. I II ''I Carl Johns made a business I Mrs. Titus Olson has returned- the choosing of officers for the this fund.- It Is the means- by
I made a business trip trip to St Wednesday. 'I
vile Augustine from Illinois where she visited new year. Mrs. L. A. Canova which the women and girls of
- Monday.Mr.. I Mr. and Mrs. R. Q. Kldd made relatives for several weeks. I was chosen to serve as leader an- the church make their thankful.

Smith of Breese, Thomas G. Rltch who Is In his and daughters and Mrs., C. C. I. a trip to Jacksonville Wednesday Mrs. O. J. Griffin of St. Au- other year with Mrs. Lex Green I ness a working force In the life
Ian e Mr. and Mrs. senior year In Medical Collegeand Merry for the annual medical checkupof gustine Is visiting her daughter co-leader; Mrs. E. L. Biggs, secretary '
visiting Patricia Ann of Lake I of the world and Its purpose Is V
Is family. Is serving as a Junior InterneIn their son Robert. Mrs. Ethel M. Biggs. ; Mrs.Carl Knight, treasurer ::
and. ,Monday with Mr. and
LaPpe Fields spent several the Georgia Baptist Hospital In Knight Mrs. George Flynn and Mrs. Plan to attend GET AC ; Mrs. L. H. Jennings, Membership << -,I to spread Christ's Kingdom at

,,55 Haze', > the State Farm Atlanta, came Wednesday to Glen Wood were In Jacksonville QUAINTEDVKEK: Mervlc at and Stewardship chair- home and abroad.
i last week in Infection folg spend a few days with his mother, Mrs. O. W. Griffin last Friday. Stnrke Methodist Church, Nov. man; Mrs. Blgfrs, program chairman I Mrs. R. H. Kelly of Melrose '! ,
,tal with an Mrs. Carrie Ritch. gull tine is spending: this 18-30. Mrs. L F. Dlnklns, flower I
tooth. of the
the and
of a Monday guests of Mrs. Bertha was speaker day
the extraction her daughter, Mrs. E. Mr. and Mrs. L Sllwaskl and : chairman; Mrs. James Lewis, I
Miss Barbara Pearce' her
Keene of FSCW were brothersinlawand
in Jack- gave a interesting talk on ;
Bertha Loper was I Tallahassee Pfc. and Mrs. Leslie : Mr. Mrs. Barbara Julian of Detroit, Community missions; and the very
158 spent last week-end slstera and Mrs. T. J. .
lite on business Monday. with her mother Mrs. Nelma Camp Shelby, I Thomas of Valdosta, Ga., and Mr. Mich., are guests of Mrs. CharlesW. positions of social chairman and the Philippine Islands. Mra. Kelly. ,
J. B Alexander and. daugh- Keene.H. came Wednesday to and Mrs. W. T. Saxon of Hampton. Schaffer and Mr. and Mrs F. mission study chairman are yet spent years there before the \
and Mrs. E. E. Lans- L. Hathcock time with Mrs. E. L. J. Shaw. Mrs Shaw Mrs Schaf to be filled. and gave a first hand plcturi
Jrehopping! In Jacksonville Okla., spent last week Blackwell.his l I, Mrs. Bigg's father, I I Ancll Z. Futch has been discharged fer and their guests were visitingIn Following the business session, the customs and conditions of
wjth) '
day of last week. mother, Mrs. M. L. Hathcock".and :btrL J. H. Fields from service and with St. Augustine Monday, and the program on foreign missions people. She also display r
181 Nina Bishop came Thurs- sisters, Mrs. Busaey and Mrs. Hazel? Fields were in Mrs. Futch are making their Mrs. Schaffer, Mrs, and Mrs. Sll- as carried out by the Southern number of her'. souvenirs of. I

from Wesleyan ..College Inon. Janie Avery. Monday and home in Quincy 'at 522 JeffersonSt. waskl and Mrs. Julian are visiting Baptist Convention In 19 countries Islands. ,,.. r ;
Ga to stay 'through Sun- is undergoing; medical Silver Springs, Orlando, St. Petersburg was studied. Mrs., Green led A delicious salad and fruit I .\
with. her parents Mr. and Cpl. and Mrs J. K. Almbruster Do you know your (' Mr. and Mrs. Hall Nix left Miami and other pointsof the devotional and' presented an punch was sejTvedby the hostess"', M,
entertained at the
A. Bishop. Avery Inn Sun your church know you Wednesday for a two week visit Interest in the state for several interesting! group "of._ passages Mrs O. L. Bgasleyt' I ;
for Mr.
day and Mrs. Ellerd Baker I
Thomaston, with Mrs. Nix' parents, Mr. and days this week.Business from the Bible where women were
cain acquainted. Dally IM"n' r
E. f. and Mrs. William '* '
Sgt. Kennls-
arrived for an Indefinite ton and Mr. and Methodist Church, Mrs. C. L. Wood In Perry. giving thanks. The theme. of the Birthdayt''arty .
Mrs. William
I\8S mother, loin Carl 18. Mrs. D. W. Moore "spent last Women's devotional was "Giving Thank"
with her Davis of Aurora Ill.
other relatives. week-end with her son, C. R. and the center of attraction in For Young Honoree i ,
ackBOn and Among those t h Mrs. W. A. Colley Circle Has
enjoying especial MeetingThe
T. Quigley, Mra. Moore In Lake Wales. the room was a large poster with
,'and rnqu and Leonard Hallowe'en dinner at the home Thursday of last Miss Annie Mae Pearce and I a kneeling figure of a pilgrim Mr. and Mrs. Bralnard Harvey 9
.',Ie Thursday of last Avery Inn were Mrs. J. T. Guy, West Palm Beach Miss Frances Opperman of Jacksonville Baptist Business Women's couple giving thanks. entertained at heir home on
gel j returned weeks stay in Mr. and Mrs. Fred Guy, Mrs. been visiting her son, spent the week-end with Circle met Monday night with I After the program a social half Lafayette St. Friday Oct. 26. In
k from a two C. Elizabeth Hornick, Miss MargaretAnn for five weeks. While Miss Pearce's mother, Mrs. Bertha Mrs. L. D. Haines. Mrs. L. A. hour was had and Mrs. Haines honor of the fourth birthday an
.rsonville, Barkgdale N. of Bal- Young and W. T. Clute. visited her daughter, Pearce. Canova, leader, presided over tho served delicious fruit punch and nlversary of their' daughter. Elizabeth : f

.reRMder i a 7-day Mr. and Mra. S. R. Johns, Jr., Blackburn in Tampa Thomas F. Grady of Atlanta business session. coffee to her guests.Woman's Ann. :
spending Mr. andC and children spent last weekendIn ter-in-law, Mrs. D. D. Ga., spent the past two weeks The meeting wan opened with a I The living room was attractively t ;
e with his parents, Jacksonville.Earl Winter Haven and her with his wife here and they visit- prayer and the roll call. About decorated with autumn flowers
0. Barksdale. Johnson George Flynn Jr., Mrs. Mabel Gill e s p I ed several places In the southern 12 members were present. The ?' Auxiliary zinnias predominating. The canter ,
and Arch Thomas, Jr. have arrived -I Meade. Mrs. Gillespie part of the state. Community Mission Chairman Met In Church CenterThe of attraction was the beautiful I
home with their discharges her and returned to I Mra Warren II. Perkins and reported on a gift which was madeto 'I birthday cake Iced in white I '

trom the Air Corps. They were Friday. i Mr. and Mts. Earl I). Searing were a needy person recently. Re- Woman's Auxiliary of St. with four pink candles. ilti
( GET ACQUAINTEDWEEK stationed In Texas. I Mrs. R. J. Davis called to Lakeland recently be- newals of subscriptions to the Mark's Episcopal Church held Its The children played games on 4 t

.Cpl. and Mrs. Resale Colson hassee Wednesday and cause of the sudden death of Mrs. Royal Service monthly magazinewere I monthly meeting In the church the lawn and were presented with $ Ehr

and daughter, Diane of Valdosta, companied home by Perkins' son-in-law, R. B. Trask. made. service center recently with Mrs. paper caps and cups of candles hY.
Ga., spent the week-end with ters, Idalou and Miss Sara Barefoot left Thurs The collection at this meeting' Mattie Gahagan, Director, presid as favors. Elizabeth Ann op ;
Mrs. Colson's parents, Mr. and dents at FSCW, who day of last week to take a com- was $19.25 and the birthday of- ing. her gins and about 17 chit i ; y
Mrs. F. F. Flume. the week-end here. merlcal course at Bessie Tift Col- ferlng was $10. The group la At this meeting' the United enjoyed this occasion with h' j I vIce
Mrs. O. L. Beasley and Mrs. A Chaplain and Mrs. lege in Forsyth, Ga. sending a box of clothing to the Thank Offering was received. This cream, cake and candles v I + +t
TARKE METHODIST Z. Adkins went to Jacksonville shee are visiting Mrs Sam Alvarez and baby of needy people In Europe and the offering Is raised by each member served by Mrs. Harvey aunts. : c

CHURCH Wednesday to see "Angel Street." I bama. They will return Tangerine and Mr. and Mr.'Jack Oriental Countries this week. denying herself something and by Mrs. E. Mazur and Mrs. F. C.Holltngsworth. .
Mr. and Mrs. G. V. Phillips of Tuesday and Chaplain Alvarez and family of Mayo were The largest item of business was contributing the money saved to I >'

NOVEMBER I 18 30 Lake City were guests Wednesday -I pects a new recent guests of Mr and Mra <

of Mrs. Phillip's sister, Mrs. !, volunteered for A. L. Alvarez. -LV .
Bertha Pearce. 1 European Theatre. L. A. Wynn of Hampton wentto

You're twice as sure \ Hendersonvllle, N. C., with Mr.
great namrx- ).\ and Mrs. J. T. Quigley several ae8
by GENERAL !\ weeks ago and returned recentlywith
that alone Kunrantees his brother and sister-in-law, New Plant Now OpenFOR
/ ity. Frlgldalre product M.' and Mrs. L. J. Wynn, who
f4SiiinJJ waiting for! ( have also been spending some

Bill Christian left time In North Carolina.Mr. .
Palatka after serving and Mrs. W. H. Nollman

. of the local Lovett's returned Sunday from Aahevllle,
for the past few N. C., and will spend the winterat
SHRIMP OYSTERS MULLETSEA Benet of St. their home in Starke.

TROUT PERCH BREAM over as manager. Sgt. John M. Godwin arrive
Jack Halle of home last week from Camp Shel Cold Storage And Meat CuringAT
Thursday to spend five by where he was discharged from ,

ALSO his parents, Mr. and the army separation ,enter after
Fresh Dressed & Drawn Poultry Halle. Woodfin Hallo, four years and two months of ser-
pected soon from
his discharge from vice.GET ACQUAINTEDVKEK:,

MAGNOLIA FISH MARKET M,'. and Mrs. R. T. Starke Methodist Church: Nov.
and Mr. and Mrs. J. 1830. Services night and morn-
(.ATJ, !STREET': STARKE FLA. and family were .
guests of Mr. and Mrs. and Mrs. N. T. Bitch Jr., ICE" ; '

low and Mrs. Charles are now living in Wlldwood. Mr. ),. ,_ IT--- f
25c'I Ritch was supposed to have been .
transferred from Avon Park to 'THE , my
NAT SEZ: Tallah ass e e, but a change of
plans sent him to Wlldwood.
Friends of little Elizabeth Ann INSPECT AND USE THIS MODERN '
Well, I'm glad to w-c that the
will be to know that
Harvey glad
business" ''' men of our little town I "
) she Is recovering after Buffering COLD STORAGE AND MEAT CURING? .J t
I are finally gonna get togetherand
painful accident recently
try to do something to'keepUH
when a pane of glass fell from a PLANT J't W' I Ifffot'f"
out; of the one home class of ;
door, breaking over her head. She
course, there'll be the "knockers" ( 4r
this time too but when' you hear was carried to St. Vincent's Hospital 'Ii 1,( .:,'rj(er ti ;
In Jacksonville for treatment .
anyone griping about what Ix' !beIng -
done, just ask him (or her) ,
Van Patel is improving after .;
to advance a better plun. o Yb
being confined to the Alachua
County Hospital serveral days recently R. V. COLEMAN, Manager/ + '


Mr. and Mrs. W. N. Carnaslon,
SAT. 9
FRl. who spend most of their time in !

Beach, are here this
Daytona - - - - - - - - - r
Blue week-end on business. _ I _ _ _ _ - - - - }
v Fancy Mrs. Flora Noble of Miami la -- '......_- i"
1 1i making her home with &fr.! and
RICE Mrs L. F. Smith and assisting In I

the care of Mrs. Smith.
Mrs. E. S. Matthews returned 3-PIECE MAPLE i
3 Ibs. -
Friday from Orlando where she

visited her son-in-law and daughter r u,
Fancy Dr. and Mrs. H. B. McLen-

don. Living Room

POT A Irving Frledler of Cleveland,
: Ohio, who was recently dlscha'g- ..p
ed from the Army after nerving
10 Ibs. five years In the Pacific with the M. X Suit

\ IN AN 37th Division, Is vis I tl n g hill ,' f s ,eo f fltT
ORIGINALDESIGN Jim Dandy or brother, Jack Frledler. t N:
Friends of John A. Guy will be i 6

i Interested to know that he has \'N. y % 1 r t
GRITS or .:>: rl With Springs "
recently been promoted to the .zr., :;
BYSI2.ES rank of Lieutenant Commander. r

5 lb. flag He la director of theNROTC and ;::
V-12 unit at Princeton University.Mrs. 119.50 ,
Kraft's Garfield Evans, missionary \
to Cuba, accompanied Miss.
Ondina Barcelo to Starke this -

Pound and week.foster Mrs.Miss W.daughter Barcelo J. Churchwell Is of to the becomethe Rev.and Smart 53-Piece Set of Dishes - - 26.50 ,

will remain' the States to be '

educated. She has been in the .

Ballard 'I home of Rev. and Mrs, Evans Coffee End and Radio Tables 8.50 to 21.50

'for several years and has some ,
F LOU knowledge of the Engllstf lan ,

II 15i guage. She will enter school soon. Beautiful
Mrs. Elizabeth Hornlck and
e 10 lbs. Miss Margaret Ann Young spent 6-Plece 'i'iI

Thursday of last week In Jack-
4 fT? Maxwell II sonville on USO business j

Mrs I. P. Shepherd has returned I i-- i
from Tampa and was accom
panied by her mother, Mrs. Charlie -
Jones, who will spend t! sometime Room f"r

Pound : here.
I Mrs. T. T. Long and sons, Tom Suit t
Prince Albert and Dave, and Mrs. K. O. Dun- I .
., I / can and children, Kaspar and n r '
f Margaret Rose are In Jacksonville ;$

today: attending the circus. 168.50 :1 rr.jitrp ,
f .
Mrs.\ S. S. Dowling returned > ? sv '.l'J. I
'" f: fc.i ASa, nva.e? W.:$ h c
S1C.95Sternberg's Can home Wednesday after a short
visit In Jacksonville with her sic.ter -
t Any : Mrs.\ James B. Godbold.
Mrti. R. C. Groover of Miami

and son James W. Groover, who John H. Denmark Furniture Co. .
has Just been discharged after

three years In the Navy. are PHONE 151 STARKE, FLA. '. I '
spending this week with Mrs. B.
3 "
cans v,.
M. McRae. I II

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. . . . . Church Sunday morning and spent Sunday with Mr. and Mr. . . . . . . r.

evening with a large congregation O. W. Andrews and other rela-
th ; Pine Level present. tives.We're LAWTEY
f Mr. and Mrs. Russell Carter very glad to have M. L.
;+" By Mrs. II. M. !McRae I Johns, Jr., home again after having By Mrs. Mamie Crews
f and children of Hellbronn Springswere Out Of
. . .. . . . Business
t Going
. .
" If ? dinner guests of Mr. and spent five months In the Hope) . . . .
Have Hospital In J a c ksonvllle,
D, l BIRTHDAY CELL,:BRAT10N Mrs. H. M. McRae Saturday.Mr. Rev. Prevatt of Jacksonville
j' Mrs. Russell Thomas, Mrs. and Mrs. Robert Taylor, hand where he underwent. a successful was visiting Mr. and Mrs. J. T.

.; Grady Nettles and Warren Star. Miss Lucille Crosby and Mrs operation.Rev.. Truby Parrish of Santa Prevatt Tuesday
ling celebrated their birthday anniversaries Robert Myrlck visiting the Fe was a Sunday dinner guest of H C. Crews and Dempsey Beas- SALE! SALE! SAt
I. j ) at the home of Mrs. bedside of Mrs. J N. Norman Mr. and Mrs. O W. Andrews ley were In Macclenny on business g

.,.' + 'rP Thomas Saturday night. AttendIng Sunday afternoon at the home C. C. Wynn of Hampton was Friday.
were Mr and Mrs. J. E. Louis Crews of Starke spent
and Mrs. Melton
r of Mr. and Mrs. T. N. Norman' visiting with his mother Mrs.
Starling and family, Rev. and Mrs Kerce and family Sunday.Mrs. Thursday -
I W. E. Hall, Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Mr. and Mrs. O R. Alvarez and H. C. Crews.
I. McRae, Mrs. Robert Myrick, Mr. children of Vanderbilt and Mr. Buddie Patterson of Lake Major Bill Wainwright of the
and Mrs. Herman Thomas, Miss and Mrs. Eldon Sapp and children City was visiting Mrs. C. P.
U. S. Army Is spending a furlough Tremendous Values!
f Agnes Thomas, Mr. and Mrs. J. and Gerald Norman were visitingH. Cowen Friday.Mr. with his parents, Mr. and
t i : E. Starling Jr., and children, Mr. M. McRae and family recently. and Mrs. Tom Hodge and Mrs. Truby Wainwrlght. t
and Mrs. M. J. Thomas, Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. Allen Hall's family of Union County: were
? Mrs. Grady Nettles and children, daughter, Ardella, is not recuperating visiting .Mrs. Fernie Moody Sun-' sonville Mrs. Virginia is visiting Edwards her mother.of Jack- EVERYTHING MUST BE SOLD

t S w Shirley and Benny and Ralph as she should following an day.Mrs. Mrs. Catherine Tear has returned -
Hall. operation two weeks ago. Friends Jessie Lazentoy and son
home from the hospital.
{ r "''i wishing to write, may address it John of Wesconnett are spending O.
and L.
u CHURCH SERVICES: to 733 Carlton St., Jacksonville. this week at home and she plansto Sonny Yarbrough
@ Remember the services at the Crews were in Jacksonville Thurs 7k Diamonds 7k Watches
f Mr. and Mrs. Lavon Alvarez of have some dental work done. Jewe
, church with
6 y Starke were Thursday night Gus Thomas of Ft. Myers, Miss day.H.
t School at 10 and C. Crews Junior and
Sunday a m. guests of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Mary Dekle and Mrs. Della Page
It 'k morning worship service at 11 R. L. Bradley were In Jacksonville -
Taylor. Thomas of Jacksonville were visit-
4 .}, ., ;; a. m. and evening services at on business Friday.Mr. .
r 55 J, 6:30: and 7:30.: . . . . . . ing and Saturday Mrs. R. R.afternoon.Mrs. Andrewsand . and Mrs. J. B. Bradley, Mr. Luggage Military Supplies Novelb'eHundreds

Thomas will remain for a and Mrs. W. E. Griffis and daughter -
Rev. W. E. Hall filled his regular New RiverBy ,
I Madeline in Starke Fri
appointment at Pine Level few weeks visit before moving to were

The School Ft. Myers. day..
.$ USE . . . . . . I Mr. and Mrs. Mac McCormick Carl Edwards of Jacksonville of Other Items
churchat was In Lawtey Friday
of Jacksonville attended
6 6 6 Regular church services were New River Sunday and were Mrs. Jessie Hernes of Heilbronn
1 held Sunday morning and even- dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Springs was visiting. Mrs. Carrie
> Ing at the New River Baptist Russell Green. Gasque Saturday.
I ;,,4 Cold Preparations Church with the pastor, Rev. Do Your
a t 4 Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Sapp and Otis Forsyth spent Friday night
Tablets, Salve, None Truby Parrlsh of Santa Fe.
Liquid )Mrs Jessie Lazenby made a busi- with Gerald Crawford.Mr. .
,ff Fri t '. Drop. Vim Only As Directed I Mr. and Mrs. Monroe Barr and ness trip to Gainesville Monday.M. . and Mrs. Joe Forsyth and

a Joan Moreland of Jacks onville I.. Johns and daughters; family, Ina, Otis, Leston and Ver- Christmas Shnnnina
1 t -. Louise and Mrs. C. p Cowen, non were visiting Mr. and, _Mrs.__ .. ..
H -- - - --- - -- -
made a business trip to Jackson- Ernie Southerland of Lake Butler r r ::t
''c ville Sunday and were accom- Sunday. .
I THE FACT IS By GENERAL ELECTRIC panied home by M. L. Johns, Jr. Mrs. Myrtle VanZant was in

Mrs. Maude Ward, Mr. and Mrs. Starke Saturday.Mr. Early
Plnholster and daughter,
0. a.. p"I Guy Mrs. and Mrs. E. E. Burney and'
Vivian of Jacksonville and
children Faye and Bobby of Jacksonville .
Brooker at-

,+j :p Rosa tended day and Plnholster church,were at dinner New River guests Sun-of ney's last week-end.mother were, Mrs.visiting Georgia Mrs. Sapp Bur- \While i I eV\ e Have Selections t sand S SAVEROGER'S V E

St Mr. and Mrs. M. F. Wiggins.
< _
It 0 :?* M G. W Andrews and C. E. An- Mrs. Nora Futch is visiting her

r w .r:. iw .. 'wd+f drews were In Gainesville Friday. sister in Marietta.J. -- .. -,--- .- --=-=.--=
Sgt. and Mrs. C. A. Johns, Jr., C. Prevatt has received this
of Lake Butler were dinner guestsof discharge from the army.
Mr and Mrs. M. L. Johns Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Sasser of

Sunday night. EClngsley Village were visitingMrs.
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Nettles and Sasser's mother, Mrs J. E. JEWELRYand
son Elbert and Mrs. D. J. Nettles Warren Saturday and Sunday.

made a business trip to J. E. Warren of Jacksonville
Jacksonville Saturday. spent the week-end with his wife
Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Andrews and son Marvin.
business trip to Lake City
made a
Charles Dinkins is home) with a ARMY STORE
Thursday. Crews of the State Navy discharge. He is the son of
-.. Spencer Mr. and Mrs. Paul Dinkins.
Farm was visiting Pete Sapp over
the week-end and Pete went home Adell and Mildred Dinkins of .
with him Sunday afternoon. Jacksonville are visiting their par-. 130 EAST CALL ST. STARKE FL
r ,
G W. Andrews and R. R. Andrews ents, Mr. and Mrs. Paul. Dinkins. I

have been grinding cane Rev. and L Mrs. J. O. Raulerson I ONE BLOCK WEST OF RAILROAD
r ,this past week and Mrs. R. R. have moved from Woodlawn to I
.t V k w'% Andrews Invited the school child- their farm they recently bought J.J+ -
f ren and their friends to a candy from Mr Young in Lawtey.
ICE FEATHERS GROW 3 FEET IN ONE NIGHT pulling at the home Friday night. Coleman Phillips has enlistedIn

ON TOP OF MT. WASHINGTON, WHERE GENERAL Everyone reported of the a children good time It the Merchant Marine. .
4 s r ELECTRIC SCIENTISTS CARRY ON RESEARCH ON was and the for first some time they had been Starke Mrs.on Myrtle business VanZant Monday.Mrs. was. In

} 4 AIRCRAFT ICING AND WEATHER PREDICTION. to a candy pulling.Mrs. Raymond Brownof Rachel Browning, H. C. /.
Mr. and Crews, and Junior Page were In :
'7P. ;' ,d w'': i J Worthington Springs Jacksonville on business.Monday. 7 '
at the home '
candy pulling
John Henry Collier of the NavyIs _
Andrews Friday ..
Mr. and Mrs. O. W. .
with his mother, Mrs. Lily I!
night. Collier. -- \.

CARD OF THANKS' Mr. and Mrs. L. P. Rafuse and ../ I
children were visiting Mr. and
We wish to express our appreciation Mrs. C. R. Crews Monday night. ; .
for the many acts of kind- H. C. Kelly was In Starke FAIR CPe
ness during the recent illness and Monday. T f t
death of our beloved relative, Mrs. Mrs. Q. W. Brown Is spendingsome ,r. I
Viola Thomas, and for the many time with the family of her

4 fOR 1 I beautiful floral offerings.The. daughter, Mrs. Marcus Brown, in w
? a I '' + family. Starke, while Mrs. Brown is in
IN 1923 A SINGLE New .
York. ,
tl A '" + 'i r 60-WATT G-e MAZDA -:. .. / _

r LAMP COST 40 C. : -- :
Letter Box
4 FOR. 40C ,

;i MORE GOODS TO Southeastern Area'
? r r A WHOLE /MONTH WHEN MORE PEOPLE AT 230 Spring Street N. W. 9 ;. .
October 24. 1945
Mr. E. L. Matthews, Editor, 'r Sv'
NOVEMBER 18.30 Bradford County Telegraph, aIn
GENERAL ELECTRIC) Starke, Florida.

Dear Mr, Mathews:
+v We would like to take this opportunity -

t+ 4 -. ;:==- ---- to thank you and,
throughyou.: thank Sergeant An-
derson for the splendid column on

WHEN YOUR TIRES ARE ,SLICK the Red; October Cross which,,19th ,you Issue carried of your In the crucial years that are now behind us, America has shown the ,,"ortJwhata

paper. people united can do.Fanners.f'actory,trans.porta.

r IT'S TIME TO RECAP approach Sergeant to the Anderson's services providedby unbiased don men-all have performed magnificently: the job of bringing final victory.

the Red Cross to the men In The railroads of the country have demonstrated anew their worth in war.

'' r' LET US RECAP- YOUR the armed forces rings true and They.are equally indispensable to the pursuits of peace. In the future,asia
SET Storage Room above all I think Is sensible in the
the past Seaboard Air Line Railway will strive in every way to
pointing out that here and there
.. ,. .
a - ------------ brand of demanded In doing so, we
transportation the
lra t --- -- we'might have missed a bet, but by public.

,; i i RECAPPING AND VULCANIZING *. I on the whole the Red Cross has ask only to be accorded:: the fair play that is traditionally American-an open

done a swell job. This Is some- field for all and special privileges to none. ,
.'t ALL SIZE TIRES AND thing which I wish could .
TUBES we get !**
The spirit of cooperation and mutual which character:
> : over to all of our folks.: As Ser- understanding
; 24-IIOUR SERVICE BEST MATERIAL geant Anderson has pointed out our war effort if carried over Into the years of peace ahead will bring uJ

I WORKMANSHIP GUARANTEED In many of the theatres of war the most satisfying prosperity America: has ever known. It Is in th. !'t-

t4"N .- .. -- .. -- .._ --_ ._--- .. .. .. we portation have been difficulties up against, which trans-have and with the sincere desire to work with our friends and neighbors for the
made It .impossible to staff and common good-that Seaboard looks to the future.
p GRADE A RUBBER, AVAILABLE NOW supply some of the remote areas.I .
think when it Is all over and aM
/ the 'boys get home and begin .
,} R'i1 ? Starke Tire looking back on where they have
K Service been and what they have done A
l' Sergeant Anderson's voice will be .
.4 amplified many thousand times,
ADJOINING TEMPLE GARAGE Temple Ave. but we did want you to know s" Bay
and, if possible, to pass the word Y1CT11sY
on to him, that we think he has' AIR LINE"RAILWAY -- gONOfI
r COME IN AND SEE OUR AEROPLANE TIRES done a swell job( of'reporting and

that his column gives a good, sensible -

i ALSO OTHER TIRES & TUBES FOR SALE picture Sincerely.of the situation.

Clifford B. Fligg. The Seaboard congratulates Florida upon
' -- -- = -- Director 100 yuan of Statehood and Progress.
7 Public Information Service. 4

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0''' 9. 1045i BRADFORD CO NTr rELRGRAPD. STARKE. "",.RID" .,.n. ._. ,
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their daughter Mrs. Calvin Hall High Springs spent Thursday and ber 23rd. 1411. County shall this
Telegraph publish
Ifm-V; at Theressa. Friday as of (OFFICIAL "BEAD A J Thomas Order In next four weekly Issues.Wltnens .
guests Mr. and Mrs
I N IE All Clerk of Mild Court
A A L) Mrs. Fred Lanier came home Marvin Williams. Kurtt' H. Douglas, Ualnesvllla. Fla. seal. nt Btarke my Florida hand and this official Oct| r

-- -. --- n - . Friday after spending a while In George Blrt has AllY for Plf. 10-26 4t 11-16 ber 23rd 1916.OFFICIAL .
-- recently returned -
Jacksonville.Mr. ( SEAL) A. J. Theme.
BgpeKY1G MARIAN O. BURGETT ANCIL Z. FUTCIIDISCIIAHGKD and Mrs. Fred from overseas service and' l\ cmrriT (1'Ot'NT BIIAI0FOniCOhN'rY. > As. Clerk of said Court.
t'. GIVEN NAVY DISCHARGE Lanler Mrs. received his army discharge last Ft.OIIl"1 IN Cll\\- T. Frank Lnndrum Htarke .FlorH
!'oE.TRIP ON POINTS F. B. Clark and daughter Nadine I'KIIV. Atty. tor Plf. 10-26 4t 11...,
tight cruiser Vicks- An X-Ray Specialist who wasa S. Sgt. Ancil Z. Futch attended: the Saturday. He la now visiting his Edna Phllberk Robertson, Plaintiff
son of
singing convention
the mother, Mrs. vs. William C. Robertson, Defen
eo Brosky. crew member of Admiral Hall's Mr. and Mrs. S. J. Futch of Law- in Live Oak Sunday, Oct 28. Maggie Mullins. dant. Case. No. 4122 :N OT' I (LE' '
rye Mrs. NOTICE IS
lne ended 10.000 flagship,, the USS Teton Chief tey, was recently discharged from I Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Dean of Liinnte Seely had as guests ORDER OF PUBLICATION the undersigned are engaged InbuslneH I ,
ship over the week-end AND NOTICE TO APPEAR aW
his the her children
travel when Army at the separation Weirsdale I under the fictitious name
Pharma.cI s t' 8 Mate cen- were visiting Mr. and STATE OF FLORIDA William
ea Harlan G. Maurice to: of Dowllnir Brothers, located
toIn on
Cruz Calif. ter at Fort Douglas. Utah. !Mrs C. D. Seely of the U.S.M.C. C. Robertson whose address
lie Pope
t santa Burgett, husband of the former Saturday after HIghway IX Starke Florida and ,
Day obllfer spent 49 and Gordon and Shirley of Is: (General Delivery Portland OraEon q
the Navy. Helen P rather months in the service Seely Intend to register the said fictitious
Starke was and noon.Harold Cltra. i name In the Of fire. of the Clerk of )
was with
separated on Oct. 29 at the Naval the Eastern Flying Norman was visiting You are required to appear on the Circuit Court of Bradford
arrived back home Personnel Separation Training Command. Before en- Richard Carter of Lawtey Sunday inun'IT roi' November 281 h., 1045 In the above County, FU. I .''
HT. 011
Center In r'nnii annul Court and ,
i cause wherein E. j. Dowllnir, Jr. ,
tering the (01"1',,
where she had Jacksonville Army he was employ FLOIIIAI IN ClltttCKMY. plaintiff seek. divorce and rector.anion I W. E. Dowllntr. i A
yo Bay ed as a carpenter's helper with Mr. Kpyroa Kou. I of maiden name, Bradford 11.1 4t 11-23 Htarke Flo. t
at the end of hos- Burgett served as an X-Ray and Mrs. Fred LanIer and tefannu Also known a* I
the Seaboard Steve Plaintiff ,
Railroad in Jack Nadine Ntefano. : VH. Pea.
Clark -
part in the oc- Specialist at the JacksonvilleNAS sonville. His attended church In plna I'a ' Kouetefnnou, De
wife the
'of take the Japanese home- and at New London. Conn., Margaret Chandler and former their Jacksonville Sunday. fendant.OKDfili Cane OF No rt'K't.IO'ATION 41SR. Prompt Service Careful Drivers } I s,

spot of the Vick8f ,- before going aboard Admiral HaIl's daughter Catherine Ann Ray Wilson and Mr. and Mrs. AND NOTICE TO AtVKAR I 1t.$11.f\) \ ,1
flagship In June 1943. His Ed Robinson and STATE OF KWM41DA to: Mm,
was ship been son Pat of
D-Day making their home in Doxplna IMppaluanno KouMvfanou.VhoNe .
pal n where on served as Communication Head- Quincy. Jacksonville spent Sunday night \ residence l and poet office STARKE TAXI SERVICE

only 1.50 yards from quarters fop the entire Third with Mr. and Mrs Fred Lanier. tre adilrcHH..c... la Krvinna ill, Athena. I

109 her guns sO rapidly Fleet and went through the Leyte PVT. WOODROW IIICKSn.C'K Mrs. Orine Cowart and son You an required to nppoar on andMACK'S I ,, 4,t
was burned off the and Okinawa campaigns. Duringthe IN STATES Johnny, Warrenetta Knight, and November named III(h., 1946 In the above .

t 72 days the ship was at Okinawa I'vt. Woodrow W. Hicks U. S. Betty Bradley were visiting Mrs. plaintiff Court in-t-lt and(I Iv or cause i'U and, herein 10'11'81 I | : '

they fought through 196 air !Marine Corps who has been at Padgett in Brooker Sunday.Mr. use. of his .anHuminl. name. Itrailforil TAXI SERVICE';
raids by Jap suicide CfMinty Telegraph shall 1 puMlnh tills
I pianos. Later Guadalc anal I, Russell Islam), and Mrs C. D. Pope and Order In .next four weekly liixueK.Vllnc . . I '. \ '
while In Tokyo Bay Burgett's Guam and fought in the Battleof family were visiting Mr. and Mrs. peal\I nt Stark. M 1thRnd., Florida and, official.. Phone 150 ':': '
served (this
ANTED: ship as Communication B. F. 0..1.b..r I l
Okinawa arrived In San Francisco Pope and Mr. and Mrs. E. 24th 1945OFFICIAI. '
Headquarters for General Mac- on Oct. 19 and L. Sweat In Alma Ga., lust week. ( .. 8EAL) A. J. Thomas, O Day O Night if)

Arthur.A n.._ .Mn..n'.... U'h' L _reported_ to and '1I.f.. .n.. n.tooall... .XT -_.,..-. .AH.., "Clerk'M.. ...'. 1ft,,..._Maid.___.Court,... _. . _- __ __ I. ,t
REPAIRMAN I -"V .a. nu"p'uu HI t'ortBInouth. --- --- ----- .v."u. t s c i Hnuruin, eiLnrna ,!lonaa..
)IO graduate of the University of I Va., for a medical discharge. His attended the singing conventionat All)'. for 1'lf 10-26 U 11-16 ------_._---,---

I later Pennsylvania was employed I in 1938 by the Burgett War in wife Hampton leaves today to meet from Pvt.her Hicks home The Garden Mlsson City Bible Sunday.Story ladles i.v: C'Ol'VrV('lIt'I'IT, FLu1UU4)-cot ItT lilt I\tnvoitn C'lltt- For Safety, Comfort and Economy . .

II Department Instruc ting Army who will accompany her home i came out to school last week. flat: Y.

I personnel in the use of X-Ray from Portsmouth. Miss Dcrries told some very Interesting Dorothy v". Raymond Jackson Marron Marron, ,Pefendant.Plaintiff, FOR COURTEOUS: ': ,t
equipment. He enlisted In 1942. stories about the time Case No. 4106ORfElt 14esblldla >rs.

Box 311 Mr. and Mrs. Burgett are now CPL. RICHARD KKSSLIH: she spent aa a missionary in AND NOTICE OP PUBLICATION TO APPEAR CORRECT C {

Fla. in Starke at the home of Mrs.Burgett's WITH GOVERNMENT: UNIT Northern China. She also showed STATE OP FLOR1fAto: Hay- INFORMATION ki 1///$

Starke, parents Mr. and Mrs. Headquarters Army Civil Affairs us some of their tiny 1 shoes San mond Francisco Marron California() a n ernl IHllvery L2h i IWF h

W, C. Prather on "Weller St. Staging Area Presidio of khans klmonaa etc. The children You are required to appear on Please Phone' Ill g 7 pf9:

Monterey, Calif., has announced enjoyed her talk very much. November 19, 194S, In the ahova ti's' +

I I the departure of Cpl. Richard L. This is examination week so named plaintiff Court seeks and divorce.cause.mid wherein restor Hide Florida Motor Lines!' Greyhound Busses' cur,

Kessler with one of the Military keep your fingers crossed. We ntlon of maiden. name. Itradford

REFINEMENT Government Units trained for have ours crossed. Order County In Telegraph next I four shall weekly publish I\Issues.this UNION BUS STATIONTemple

duty with the Witness hand Ave.! LACY CONVAYpnt Btarkci Fla.
occupational forces I my and official drii'a 9Y.
4 in every necessary detail in Service in Japan. Cpl. Kessler is the . . . . . . seal 16th at 1916.OFI'ICIAL Htnrke' Florida this October ..--,-,----,_._.- - --- -,,-

available locally and widely knownfor husband of the former Mary ( SEAT) A. J. Thomas. .
HamptonBy As Clerk
said Court. P
its modest cost its wholesome Mersereau of Starke. 'r. Frank Ijiindrutn Htarke, Florida

courtesy, and .always tactful sympathy.DEWITT MrM.. C. Swt'4'ney Atty. for IMf. 10.10 4t ll-l ,
II HOWARD BROWN . . . 1 . -
RECEIVES: iv: mirt'iT ('eVICT' nii\i>Foni>
'ft IHSCHARdE ('(H''Io'I'Y' KIOIIIII i:% ('/IAN.:
Pfc. Howard Brown son of Mr. Mrs. Thornton Johns entertained ('.:an'. ;

and :Mrs. Lem Brown of Sampson her Intermediate Class of the I'Mnu .Mae Hholby Fltrhett Plnln- q7
tiff v Kdward. Otis ..ltchott
C. JONES ; Dofendunt. -
City was discharged on points at Christian Sunday School with a Case Nn. 4110. :
the army separation center weiner Wednesday OHDKIl I OF PUBLICATION I
... Beale Calif on Oct. 14. He Hallowe'en TO APPKAlt
en- were used STATE( OF FL.OHIHA' to: Kdward:
Funeral Director tered the service in November and most of the little folks were Otis. Fltrhett, whose address U: % I r.Jl. 1'

STARKE PHONE 7 1942 and went overseas In October In costume. Outdoor games were 1 Surbiirbiin VlrKlnla. 111.tlll- Store: Portumouth,

1943 serving in England, enjoyed and welnera were roasted. You are required to appear on
Our local funeral home enables us to France and Germany as an ord- Cold drinks assorted cookies and November named Court 19, ll)4r) In tho above :/z7:5

offer conveniences and services not nance mechanic. cakes were also served. plaintiff seeks. and divorce.cause Uradford wherein :

otherwise available. The Junior Training Union of County Telegraph shall puhllih this
. . . . . . the Baptist Church was givenparty a Order Witness In next my four hand weekly and offlrlal l I".ue"

service at the lowest prices and on the church grounds Fri- seal at Htarke: Florida, this October
mls" the highest type 18th 1845.OFFICIAL.
|ANY life Insurance policy in force. issued by ANY corn- HeilbronnBy day night by their sponsors, Rev. ( SEAL) A. J. Thomas, NOW OPEN TO SERVE YOU
and Mrs. W. A. Scott of Starke. AH Clerk of said Court.
in part or in full on a funeral. Consultationno
payment The School T. Frank
Contestant Lnndrum Stark, Florida,
obligation. . . e . . games were played Atty. for Plf, 10-19 4t 11.9 A4t
with Hallowe'en horns given aa -

We hear that the Hellbronn prizes to the winners. Hot chocolate IN riHrrir ('OI+'itT. IIHAI OIlU
apples and nuts were served COI'XTY' FI.OIHIJAl I.N: CIIAN
Baptist Church Is making plans CKIIY. Old Place I *
for a new building some time after an evening of fun and rec Gilbert J. Orndorff, Plaintiff, Vs.
|uthorized Dealer for The Following Lines of reation. Minnie odel Orndorff Dafeudant..
soon.'It'le wish them much .
success Mrs.\ Case No. 4101. s..iw u( r. ..u a.- !
Sgt. and
Appliances: with their plans. OHDEH OF PUBLICATION
and children David and Marlene AND NOTICE TO APPEAR STARKE'S ORIGINAL r

JIOS Zenith, General Electric, Motorola Car & Mrs. Norman entertained the who have resided here for the Od STATE..l Orndorff OF ,FIxmiDA whose tot Minnie t
7th and 8th residence lai
; Sets, Farnsworth. grades with a Hallowe'en past year, left this week for Ft. 601 King. Street Alexandria Vir ARMY ,
party last Friday. Aftera ginia.
Knox, Ky., where Sgt. Peterson
EiGERATORS Hot Point, Gibson. number of games were played, has been transferred. Little You are required to appear on
19, 194ft, In the above
r- pupils were served Ice cream friends of David and Marlene gave named Court and caufie, wherein STOREAutlwrizcll
IIXG MACHINES Automatic & Non-Auto- and cake. The cakes were baked them a surprise farewell at plaintiff seeks dlvorrn. Uradford
by Elizabeth and : party County Telegraph shall I publish/ this
Bt-ndix ABC General Electric. Mary Jane McCarthy
their home Saturday afternoon.Mrs. Order In next four weekly |lasuoc J {
Lucille Brown and War- G.1.. WltnvHs my hand. and official. 1.1
[WATER HEATERS- Hot Point, Clark, luo renetta Knight.Dr. Sunday for Heilbronn Rahme Sr.Springs, left seal 15th I,at 11146.OFFICIAL Htarke. Florida. this. October ,

f--. --0 J. C. Miller and our nurse, where, she will upend a week with AH( Clerk. of SEAL said. )Court.A. J. Thomas By The War DepartmentIly '

E HEATERS Duo Therm About Nov. 15 on Mrs. Eva Haroutunian came to her daughter Mrs. Gladys Chcs- H. O. Ilrown I Htarke, Florida
school last Atty. for Plf. 10-19 -
week. They gave the ser and family. 41 11-9

715. as to factory., pupils in the first three Grades a 1I.fnin.. .. n.,1_ .1I.f........,. A y .,...."A,,,. r n..", __I", '" ""t .
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v. AU'u
IV ('Iii CI'1T (01 IIT, Illl,tDKOIIIICOIVI'V. "
physical examination. Quite a of Gainesville were dinner guestsof FMMIIIItl IN tll\\-. a'; :Sldier.HEADQUARTERS: i
? Call Also Take Your Order On The number of the mothers and fathers Mr. and Mrs. J. W Home <'KIIY.Armando. Hpaa-noll. Ex .

came to school to be with their Thursday. They attended prayer Christina' Man8arelll Plaintiff,) lI"noli. De vs.
jtw HOT POINT All-Electric Kitchenf children, during the examination. meeting where Major Turner met fendant. Case No. 4127.

Dr. Miller found that many of many old friends. He was pastorof OHDEH\ NOTICE) OF I'HH'I.J'ATIONliNn TO APPKAH
s A Complete Line of Wiring Materials. We the children need hookworm testa. the First Baptist Church here STATE!: OF FLORIDA to: Mrs.

Nave In Progress A ''New Display Room Where In few will think Christina Massarelll tjpawnoll whose FOR ALL MILITARY "
a days we eight years ago and since that residence In in Via. Adolfo Co..a, SUPPLIES
f'II.1 Be To Your Advantage To See The New Merise that we are in a new school. Mr. time has been in service and had Town or Orvleto, province of Ternl, NOVELTIES and JEWELRY

As It Comes In. Tully Norman and Mr. Eldon many intere a tin i g experiences Italy.You are required to appear on .

Sapp are painting our building: on overseas. November 20th., 1946 In the above

the outside. We wish we could Mr. and Mrs. H. 'B. Wigginswere plaintiff named Court seeks and dlvor cause,.... Bradford wherein

get a coat of paint on the inside visiting relatives In Way- County Telegraph shall publish\ thisOrder Ben Suslow'sArmy
h'- too. Then we would have a very cross, Ga., Sunday.Mr. In .next four weekly issues.Witness ,.
my hand and official
"".' )w,..11..11".. ...._.. and Mrs. Albert Stringer of. Heal at "Htarke' Florida this October
INKIER Electric Service Those in the Heilbronn Com- 14th 19111.10"'I"It'IAI. r
IN rntrriT rnritT. IInAUFonn ( BEAD A. J. Thomas,
munity getting discharges from COIIMTV FI/OIIHIAl lCHAN' As Clerk of .sold Court. Store
I Uncle Sam's service include Phil CEHY.Horace T. Frank Landrunt, "Btarke' ..Flo..Ila.Atty. I
224 TEMPLE AVE.. H. Gunter, Plaintiff I vs. for Plf, lo-2a 4t 1118iv
Brown Johnny Knight. Ray Wilson -
Huby Gunter Vden Harold Crawford H. D. 4100HTATE IR'IT roi'iiT. IIHAIIFOHII 209 E. Call Street Starke, Fla.
Starling Roy Carter Gunter, whose address In unknown:: ('..ft': '
Frank Parrish and John Ben- OHDEH OF PtTHLICATION Rlrhard Allen Plaintiff v... Mamie n.i
I AND NOTICE TO APPEARYou Allen Defendant. Can. No. 4123. e
nett.Mr. are r -FOR-
.EXTRA LIGHT BREADI and Mrs. A. W. Brown and November 19, 1945, In the above AND NOTICE TO APPEAR
family spent the week-end with named Court and cause whereinplaintiff STATE: OF FLORIDA/ tot: Mamie
seeks divorce Bradford Allen whose residence. Is unknown. Concrete Block Construction's
A County Telegraph shall publish thin. You are required to appear on
Order In next four weekly iesues.| November t8th, 1948 In the above
Witness my hand and official named Court and cause wherein Any Type Building
.. seal at Htarke Florida this October plaintiff' leeks. divorce.' Bradford

i AKE:;'! NNS 15th(OFFICIAL, 1945. SEAL) A..1. Thomas, Order County In Telegraph next four shall weekly publish\Issues.this. Floors 9 Sidewalks Steps
dFf A* Clerk of said Court. Witness. my hand and official
If. O. Ilrown Starke Florida seal at Htarke, Florida this Octo-
Atty. for Flf. 19-19 4t 11-9 Steel Window Casements ,

IdrJV 1EXPERT IN cmrnT coi'IIT.roi'vrv DII..UFOIIU Also I ..f
FL.OIUIMI i.x CIIAN.CEItY. : Portralt I

,4CI VeAsfF V. C. Allen. Plaintiff vs. Ruth Lumber Direct From Mill j y"k"
Fmlly Allen Defendant. Cane No. of a "'"
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40U. I
i /AND NOTirE TO ;j '
Emily Allen whose. address Is: Uea- Wife PHONE 91 1
I ,
ford Delaware 1 I I4

You are required to appear on ....... .,., I 4e
Nov.mber 19, 1941/, In the above She Lets Us Do The
named Court and cause, wherein .
plaintiff seeks. divorce. BradfordCounty
Telegraph shall publish thisOrder liakintf for the Family I :
WORKMANSHIPe In next four weekly Issues.Wltneim .
my hand and offlrlalneat
at H tar Ice, Florida thin October LAPPEBAKERY I ?nb'
e 15th. 1945.OFFICIAL.
( SEAL) A.I.: Thomas,
A* Clerk of sold Court.H. With a good book.
WORKGUARANTEED ., O. Drown tttarke, Florida ..
strength' Atty. for. Plf. 10-19 4t 11-9
yeast acts faster because it'sih -_
IV rninir ('OI'IIT. nittnvoiuirot
Fleischraann's fresh active Yeast goes right to CEIl: M Y.'Y. KI.OHIIHI IN: CIIA.'VEnrn'iu -

-makes sweeter tastier bread . helps insure Sawyer Plaintiff vii. Will
Sawyer Defendant. <'".... No. 4124. TOR_ACID INDIGESTION (rL
lmann's active fresh Yeast FINEST WATCH TO STATE OF FIXMKDA I.... Will c
the CARE Sawyer, whose renldemIn Sol
IT *"niliar yellow label. Depend- Cora;: Avenue, Ht. Lactic: Mlimnurl.
--America's Ili You are required to appear on
[ time-tested favorite ) w1 November 28th., 1945 In the above
ov et 10 named Court and cause, wherein
years. plaintiff "eeh... dlvorfe. Tlradford
..ah.jah County telegraph shall ptibllxh/tl this EER
TheSTAG Order In next four weekly tumie ;
Wlln.... my hand and official 50Carpenter's E epo
tent at Htnrke, Florida this October -
4th. 1941fOFHICIAfj
i SEAL A. J. Thomas,
Carter BIdg., Starke An. Clerk or paid Court. Store "'.' 1
ZaPtt H. Dona-Ian. Oalnenvllle, Fla. Drug -"c-'A..C'''_C5..aa NsW*Y.1. :, ,,

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i of Order. In next four weekly. Issues.. V t NOTICE TO APPEAR
: allowe'en Carnival I were enriched by the presence Witness my hand and official veal. STATE OF FLORIDA to: W. T.
; the TibbltU group who have returned '- at Stance, Florida this NovemberOFFICIAL Culbreth Iteildence Unknown.You .
vuccessful Event 6, 1940. I are required. to appear on
I to their I winter home: ( HEAL) A. J Thomas, December 11, 1946, In the above E.tlE'S AJ oTjTata1
t I Park-of-the-Palms! at Keystone AH Clerk, of raid Court. I named Court and cause, wherein
,j, : A net profit of $68 above all ZI\C'h. H. Douglas/ Gainesville, Fla. I' plaintiff seek. divorce Bradford
Heights. The group this season Atty for PIf 11-9 4t 11-30 'County Telegraph shall publish thla
expenses was realized by the I,consists of' Reverend and Mrs. i,1 Order In next four weekIssues.. ) qtr

;4I '4' Junior Woman's Club from the : George F TibbltU, Reverend and l> ('lltrilT (-O! HT. lift 'l>rOHI> seal. I Witness at Starke my, Florida hand and this November official. 4 rj'
. ''I( 'F Y gala Hallowe'en Carnival held in Mrs. Gordon L. Purdy Miss Mae CKHV.Jnc 4'OI1'Y.. "' 1.on'UI' ('II ''''- 6, 11I(5.IO"'Jo'ICIAL. $tont
SEAL) A. J. Thomas
{' w the Woman's Club building Wednesday I Ward, and Miss Ella May Van- Williams Plaintiff VB. Jeanette As Clerk of said Court 1
i'. night, Oct. 31. deveer. Williams. Defendant Case No. Zach II Douglas, Gainesville. Fla. "

l S', Following the Grand March, I Those attending" the Soldiers- 4157OUPRIt OP PI'HMCATION AND Atty for Plf. 11-9 4t 11-30 GIFT HI oTf

{. 1 the Judges Mrs. A W. Anderson Hour Sunday afternoon were NOTICE OK FlyOHIDA TO APPEARHTATK to: Jeanelte iv C-IIIf'.I'r on iiT. mi tiipnitn
.( t Mrs. Frank Hoover, Mrs. S. U priveleged to hear Major Spear, William.. ResidentUnknown.. ('OI19', KLOHIUll 1tIA%-
't. You are 'required to appear on 1'ilt: 1'.
Peek and Mrs. Elizabeth Hornlck.
: Chaplain from Camp Blanding December. II, 1 45, In the above J ll Parrlsh, Plaintiff vs. Willie
y4S selected the following costume who told moot Interestingly of his named Court and Cause, wherein Mae Parrlsh Defendant Case No.
J ; I winners: plaintiff seeks divorce. Bradford ; 4035. j
impressions while serving in the County Telegraph shall publish ORDER: OF PUBLICATION AND
'j,:' ..i ,p Virginia Hemrod Merrll Cohen Philippines. Order' In next four weekly .... NOTICE TO APPEAR r
'' .. Witness my hand and Ihl"j STATE OF> FJxmiOA to: Willie
t' , Buzzy Green, Carolyn Jennings, sent at Htsrke Florida) thla \ Mae Parrlsh Residence. Unknown. Beautiful
:"i' ', l Arthur Holliday, Jr., Freddie Birthday Party her 6, 1945.fOJo''I'lAI You are required to appear onDecember f I Super Imperial; I
,t s Thompson, Virginia Mlllinan, and SEAL) A. J. Thomas, 3rd, 1945, In the above I
Aa Clerk of said Court. named Court and cause, wherein'
j. Mary Catherine Wainwright. For Robert Kidd Xach H. Douelan, Galneiivllle, Fla. ,plaintiff seek. dlvorre. Bradford
Prizes. were donated by local V Ally for PIt ll4t 11-30 I County Telegraph. shall publish thisOrder 'I
( Mrs. Richard Kldd entertainedat In next four weekly Issues. SEATCOVEISS
,:)' fts buslnens .houses.Tabernacle. IN rinriiToi IIT. nn\i>FoitinlT > Witness my hand and official -
S'y her home on Walnut St. Tues <' %', FI.OHIIMl 1% (H \NMnnrare't ,- seal. at Stnrke' Florida, this November
day afternoon'honoring her son. ('I:II\' 2, 11I(5.IOFJo'ICIAL.
: Culbreth, Plaintiff vs. SEAL: ) A. J. Thomas,
"" Robert, on his second birthday W. T. Culbreth, Defendant. Cane'ollDISli I As Clerk of said Court. i iII. No 4155. O Brown, Starke, Fla. Atty. I I
:, ", Ths rponsors of the Gospel Tabernacle OF PUBLICATION AND for ['If, 11-9 4t 11-301 I
i' t f$ afte. two roses were used in decorating '
E have returned t a ,. p : 6.95
(, h, ;t weeks' absence and are again 1n the' living room and the up F Ft

I hti ni 4 Ihelr accustomed places and plans I two-tiered birthday cake iced In : CLAssIFIEDA'ArLTMI "

i are being made for the winter sea- pink and green with two plflk( > : :Bxcellently tailored smartly

trto son of services. [j candles was placed on a table an . .- .- --- -- -.- - - ..a : \ styled, designed exclusively
r Sunday morning the services the lawn, where* the children ? .. 5 for Plrestone. Double, lock-
played games. The plates and : NT FOR RENT 4 room"lin.1 I HAVE IT FIXED Many little vt \ ,;v-.o----- -.t
I color (,.nth. beautifully furnlnhed.ABO . thing are breaking up around stitched seams give extra
=' -- I napkins carried out the | furnished room with bath.- the house these day that you trengtb. A gift
t P scheme and the birthday motif. 614 Church Ht, Itp would replace. If you could get } the car
them. This I III Impossible, but 'ice the whole family: will enjor-
t Robert cut the first slice of the $25 BEARD for return. or information maybe I can fix It. Ask for
L W.C.T.V. cake and Misses Norma and Emma leading to recovery of Frank at Telegraph Office. tf
heavy Texas. saddle with new
I' Jane Canova helped serve the girt straps on left aide. Notify FOR SALE-Man' bicycle In rood l I See Our Many Other
,;.'' Tin: SMOKE SCRftKV guests. Mrs. Valrie Kldd, Mrs I* A. Wynn, Hampton. Nn fluestlons condition. |30, L. I). Jordan, 2 Beautiful Toys and Gifts
aaked. H-2 2tp miles from Starke, highway 49.
; 4' ((0. Sharp) Glen E. Wood Mrs. Fred Massey on way to Camp Hlandlnir. Itp
t t V
> r t r ) l Fifty people In a room the air entertain and Mrs.the George children.Flynn helped HOUSE FOR SALE FOR RENT :2 room furnished

} I Is good/ but won't be .onn. house IlKhts, water. 2Hi acres BUY ON OUR CONVENIENT LAY-AWAY PLAN
% ; Mrs. Kldd was also assisted by I Five rooms and bath, closein (- I land, mule and farm Implement. '
4 For thirty-nix have taken fair f26 per month. Several otherapts ',
I Mrs. Arthur and I Completely furnished -
Holllday Mrs. Him porch.
i and matches from their little cheap L. B. Jordan, 2 ml. '
f haR'''. Joe Scanlan. with all modern. conveniences. from Starke on highway 48, Itp -

And "noon the air will he IM) Favors of pink and green bas- Oas, electric automatic HOME: LAUNDRY Unfinished. or D J. P. ROBERT! MOTORS
r blue they'll hardly nee thru kets filled with gum drops were hot water heater and 3 finished at Lester. Kite's horne I ,
q Move. Located In on highway 13. turn
i It to you given and Ice Cream and cake gas heating right 1 ml. on Brooker road. W.A600
heart of town at 328 W. Cull Temple Ave. STARKE FLORIDA
) i w This Mound aliHiml, you would were served. About 35 young 11-9 3tp ,
St. Jack Frledler. Rog
," 1r' not think that folk you like people enjoyed this occasion with Inquire
d er's Jewelers ISO E. Call St.
'' d"I
( ,1 } would raise such cttlnk. Robert. - --

ydi I Hut they're so .Mtrexd| In nicotine MATTRESSES of all kinds renovated
i that 'ourh'14) a trait C.\I U OF THANKSWe ; furniture upholstered and
reflnlnhnd. Drop ue a card.

)_ ,yp? ir' Thprtl"It"mist-I'D: a time when they ; wish to take this oppor- 230 HASTINGS, Palatka.MATTRESS Fla, CO.- Iox tf a .

''n ; might "Mind! If I tunity to thank Robert Green and
q nay: puff a Shoes! Shoes P
) few today?" all others who helped save our

',' I "SQi% & f ) Itiit now It's you who himto furniture and clothing when our 30 ROOMSCABINS l
r ?f 3 ''pl t leave, If 1C0od| frfHli' air you burned last Saturday night.
want to breathe- -Mr. and Mrs. A. 1'. Dale. ANDKITCHENETTES

k Tlirygrabbed t h <' sinker i% i'me'i IT fell nr \In'lInlt
.i hook, and llnoi |u>IIut -
1 think In. fine.Hunt ( Kit: *. ,
!Marie Munn. Plaintiff, VM. Chalmers Gas Heat Gas Cooking '
: how much longer will we! Alfred Mann Defendant dine, No. r l
3 w 1, take this smoke Insult, without 4 I 5(1.uitnnn\. LightsCompletely
'kri' op rnmLiCATiov AND l

8 't i "'e I ought to form a league, I'd Chalmers STATE Alfred OF FLORIDA Mann. 33219571 to: Cpl, Furnished "

Hay and choke 'em with whose residence In &
Ilq II. H. Sq.
5 ,It ;{ t their own, Nome way. 381"t A. a Oroup, APO 21Hl1.oI'o Book A Room Ahead I + ..--
New York New York. ,
( r c tut we fourteen Just. sit and You are required to appear on For Wife Or ParentsLARRY'S
r'4 f j S grin and breathe their secondhand Dei-ember 11, 1945 In' the abovenamed
: ,. Court and cause, whereinplatntlff
amok In
+ "'
h seek 'divorce. Bradford Get That New Pair Oft
,yy Qi! ,The thirtyHtlx think they outweigh County Telegraph shall publish thin PLACE Hundreds and Hundreds

i t n what ever rights we Order Witness In next my four hand weekly and Issues.official. 1000 Feet From B Gate Of Pairs Of New Stock Shoes YoiAe Been

? have today, heal at Starker; Florida, this November

e In show, at lunch, or In the (OFFICIAL(, 194.SEAL' ) A_ J. Thomas.; _.KINGSLEY. ___ .. ._ ._ _LAKE.___. m" __ To Select From Wanting And Needing
C'or.. It makes no difference A* Clark of said Court. .
where we are, X.urh H. Douglas, Gainesville, Fla. FOR RALJ3- Two lots In good location
Ally for flf. 11-9 4t 11-80 for home In Ktarke. Also
pi r They nay we've got to have Cot several water front lots on Crystal I i iLADIES' .
; i ) that weed It's more to them iriiKiir r. nit tm'oim Lrftke. N. D. Wainwright, Jr.-
('ot''IITFI.OI"' '' '" \| IN l'IL19.l'F:111' llroker. I21!) E. Call St. Phone 102 I
1' (, than drink feed.
+ or .
The poor deluded. ttmokeHrreened :Mary M Moore Lou,Moore Defendant.., Plaintiff. Case, v... No.Ell in-Zfl atn v, Men's Felt I t Hats t

t ?t ',, guynMien; do you UBS. LIST YOUR FARM CITY AND N

I Hiking that they'll get wNo ORDER' OP PI'PLIfATIOV AND BUSINESS PROPERTY . Chesterfield Coats 19.50 :
r{ : Ii (ml' FLORIDA to: Ell M. 2.95 To 4.00BOY'SSUITS
i 1 t}, ll BACK.) :Moore, Residence t'nknown.
-The National Voice. (I You are required to appear.

t I named Court It, and 11I45' ,cause In ,the wherein above. J 4l: STROUT BEL:;1JTATjjALGreats. ;

-- laln.tlff. seeks. divorce. Bradford .* edrertlser. of coon
County Telegraph. shall publish thisL. trr property. .... made ever. LADIES ,
/2000 le. H
a v. omen- FarmaAer.ze -
h; ,'r'' h t o i . Hnyer from an over the
l World. .

" 3tt' Represented Locally By

; ,I OR DISCIPLES OF" CHRIST 116 So. Walnut St. 3T610.-- 9,75

As It Was Established Here In The SPENCER SUPPORTS Individually DRESSES DRESSES .

United States Up To The Time Of designed West Madison Mr. :t'rtha.: Pearce 7-J8-4tp SOS 11 To 15 . . . . . 13.50

The Well.Known Evangelist Chas. FOR 8 A UK-40 acre farm,'25 acres
In cultivation, email paper shell
Reign Scoville. 9amillesvsu email houae; located Sizes 12 to 52 16 To 18 . 15.00
] "of Starke between . . . .
highways 13 and 48. See F. L.

WILL BE SHOWN Cloug-h.Fla. P. O. Qox 772 11.1 Starke.Ztp -

TWO rooms APARTMENTS also 2 roomn. vacant Latter. ,reserved -4 Cotton Print
THERESSA CHRISTIAN CHURCH for service man's wife. who .
will assist me with housework a WORK CLOTHES
few hours a week-Mrs. C. C.

+h t ? f' e NOV. 11 ,7:30 P. M. Wynn., 2 Brookslde ml. out E. Call Farm St.: Apartments Adult.. PIECE GOODS -

only. Il21

Two Beautiful Songs Will Also Be Shown WANTED-Two good finish carpenters 49c '.

. O. W. ITIngrle. P. O. Box: .
1, Free To All Everybody Welcome 117. Leeaburir. Fla. Phone 168. tf '"i SWEATERSFOR

PINE WOOD-14 and 24 In. lengths
i, tt r FRED S. DODD Minister -W. I* Mobley opposite Twin :'
L. Plnea on Ralford Road. 11-9 Jtp Spun Rayon79c

farm six mile below Starke,
electricity fruit and ,pecans, on
APARTMENTS FOR RENT hard road near school. John W. 89c 1.00 -
J ; fit Napier, Box a58. Green Cove f -
t. S f Springs Fla. llStp
See Us If You Need One
.r. / FOR RENT-Two furnished bedrooms It is with great pride and pleasure
r t a t 1 single and 1 double.
WE HAVE THEM( $15 Per Month Up Reasonable two'''minute walk BLANKETS
Cherry from business Ht.. section. lit 11.9 South IIp that we have with us the following

FOR 8AL.E-Stucco house, 1-story
.a BUILDING MATERIALS well built. Oootl Income propertyand 3.00 To capable sales' force to serve you.
a nice place to live only 4 6.00
year old, 3 suite and 2 extra .
ta'4' ty'u 5 I x 'Will Soon Be Released room, large lot.. Include house Ask lor'your: favorite salesperson:
traller.;-alway rented beautifully
furnished $8000. Best bargain In
Starke. Write M. Ooyles. General MRS. LOIS ROWE MRS. HAVANA! JOHNS
Delivery Starke. Fla. Up


IMP a'{ 1 I, newly condition.painted Kldd'and Service In first Station.class MRS. HAZEL STARLING MISS ESTHER

f FOR "LE-Plenty of corrugated
; galvanized roofing located at Rad- AT--'THE MISS MINNIE L. ENGLISH
L' r A Beautiful, Restricted Sub Division ford' Mill. Live Oak. Fla.. andslso
at 2088 West Beaver St..
Jacksonville. Phone S-093. WaIter -
; r CHOICE LOTS J. Bryson Co., Inc. It .

'i'",' p .$100 DOWN, $10 PER MONTH FOR RF.NT-on.: 3-room furnished:
one l-room
cottage, two S-room
apartment' Mr*. W. S. Matheny,
1H mile east of Starke on new

i I SEE Bunding rnad it

li \ WANTED TO BUY-1 email tilting STAR STOR1
arbor table aw, 1 band saw. 1
I'' ( joiner, 1 drill press. and 1 cutoff -
1 W.T.CLUTEREALTOR saw.u.t be reasonable.
SV,4S U Fla.rite "". p Bennett, Hampton 11.9 ftp

A'NTEP-Whlt. and colored labor
t 119 EAST CALL STREET STARKE for general crate mill work.
Ample house Nocatee-Manatee !
Crate Company. ,
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2 F' Constance DeLuca, Plaintiff, vs -"
't ) Joseph,, DeLuca Defendant. Cant
\ No. 4109.
.. STATE OF FLORIDA to: JonephDeLucn
h HM a-cL whose. reNldrnce
li), In U. 1:<. Navy 231 % Fleet 1'oat FACTS
Office, New York New York VITAL VICTORY
;' You are requlrnd to appear on
Ie i :t November, 19, 1945, In the above about the
:e i named. Court seeks and drvotce.reuse, Bradford wherein great

1., . County Telegraph shall publish. this
\' Order In next four weekly IHIUOH.Wltnens .
\-' my hand and official
Cr' % seal. at Starke, Florida this October

'ro',I"'-,",'''.. ,, 'S A Atty.Zach 17th OFFICIAL* Clerk 1845.H.,for Douglas of Plf.SEAL"aid ,)Court.(JalnenvMK A.10-19 J. ,' Thomas 41 11.9 FIll.r Victory Loan and how important is to you and the businessof

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C,r");;,1' ,' '(t That NOTCH NOTICE Donald(lII..ate 0V TAX"I tI APPLICATION Stern Bill HEREBY HKKD N.holder.. 1f1.'I.. OIVEN of FOR. Tax, your farm to f buy EXTRA bonds in this final Loan !

'R Certificate. No. 1041 Issued. the 7th
,J' ,Y j day of August A. D 11133, has file
,P' S a' same In my office and ban made
application for a tax deed to b.
I 4, r' Issued thereon. Bald certificate
.E + ll embraces the following described K .
) ; ; I' property In the County of Bradford,
2:. 1 u '' Mat of Florida, to-wlt:
r, 1 W4" of 8EW of NEH: Bee. 23 TwpB. .
v' fir 1 R. 12 E.., containing 20 Acre. ..
; more or lens.The .
1 assessment. of the said t*op- .
t' r -
I nt 1 ...rty under the said certificate I*- # vVictory :'.,. ","'', 'It,,,
i sued. was In the name of Frank ; ,
t J Htrrn. 'e 1
Unless. said certificate .shell he
tiic redeemed according to law the
property, described therein. will b.
p 1 sold. to the highest. blddi at the -
f 1 Y 4.1 court house door on the first Monday -
;'y i In the month of December,
1946, which In the 3rd day of December .
1 hs 1945
fl I P 1 1945.Dated this let clay of November,

+ (OFFICIAL BEAD A. J. Thomas. .
J! t Clerk of Circuit Court of Bradford
F ? 'v County, Florida. 11.2 4t 11-28' .

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OMTY, .1.(1111)11 CHANCKHV. : -
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II'. Agnes Moody Anderson PlulntlflVH ,
t Hal Boyd Anderson Defendant !
Case No. 4137.ORDRK P I y
a. A OF Ptir.l.jr'ATinN 1 :
''I Y
\ ( h' a AND NOTICH TO APf'I "n I
I f ( STATE OF FLORIDA to: lift / luuur I II I
Boyd Anderson Box 491, Florence, Y
", ( a, A South Carolina. r 11yd.u 1
", oy r i You are ren'ilred to appear on
December 3, 1945, in the above
I named Court and cause, wherein
plaintiff seeks divorce and renter
i { atlon of Maiden Name. Bradford Seven limes during the you've been askedto
1 County-TeloKraph shall publish I thinOrdor war Bonds will help pay the tremendous Held by millions of Americans, bonds *iH

t) 7d'' Y; +y Witness In next my four band weekly and IHHIIVH.official buy extra bonds to help win Victory. Our cost. winning the war. They will help bring provide a reserve of buying power to assure

F l 4 S seal 29th at ,gtarke 1945., "tOFKICIAI. Florida thlH October fighting men have finished their job . let'sfinish -our boys- back home . will supply the finestof jobs . for veterans, for other workers. Thii

h ,,, n ( HKAM A. J. ThoniBflAn ,
t t } Prank Clerk of I.nndruin Maid Court.T 8lnrke' ., Florida, ours! Buy extra bonds now . to help medical care for our hundreds of thousands reserve will help maintain prosperity for JOB

}I ft+ r, Att. for I'lf. 11-3 4t 11-23 make Victory secure! of wounded. and your community.*
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arty ' ' 1 iv: nnrriT /'<>t'HT, HIIAIIKOKI 1yr I
ry if 4-OI'NTY, FI.OltlUAl I l.\ CIIA.NCKHY. : I .

fu1j; + 'a a Mary Kellerman. Benmnnehe, Plaintiff Ii
ro 1 N v VH, Klkannh KenmoHche, Defendant. i
4 a It Cane No. 4143.
L L.5 '
f Elkanah H nmo"che, whose renl- COll6GF 1!
dente III 600 Went lllth Street.
New York New York, and whose
i, ( { Office; #
,f P<>Ht Address In Mr. nikannhMenmoBche '3
% Chertoff, 1S5 W. A 1

%f rA New Hudson York.Street, Long Beach L>, I.. ,one on/y 10

you are required to appear on
f December t, -' 19411 In the above a customer .
named Court *and'<<' cause. wherein

4' 1 atlonttfofs Maldenvoueme n Bradford e.1

,' County Telegraph, .shall publish thus I t S
; Order::: In next four. weakly Issues tt
{S sti1 s Q Witness my hand and official ,
1 eat at Starke, Florida this November -
s1! 1 I. 1945.OFFICIAL ",pbM
' 11 ( SKAIA.' J. Thomas,
1 1' AM Clerk of. said. Court.T. .
1 O' Frank l-ttiulmm Htarke, Florida. I r
; 1'j Att. for I'll. 11-2 4t 11-H3
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Y IN: cmt-fir rofitT. OIt..FOnll
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C ::111(
q, Sarah, Mitchell, Plaintiff, v.. Ben
{$' I' },'r P A / Mitchell, nefttmlant. Case Nn.. 391T4. lay buying bonds rather than scarce goods, we They hold dollars in store to pay for our children's }
il jI ?{ ANn NOTICE TO APPKAHTATP3 help keep the lid on prices . keep our Victory Bonds form for ** education through college.
s f s SJr OF FLORIDA to: Ben a reserve .. rainydays' . .. right
t Mitchell, whose address la unknown. pledge to fighting men to protect their dollars' "
ti, You are required to appear on ..They provide a backlog for needed Victory Bonds purchased today, will providt

)r raft November named. Court 19, and 1945' cause In the, wherein above buying power. We prevent Inflation e'' farm repairs and replacements . for mod the scientific knowledge and training necessary

; ' ati a {; plaintiff Weeks divorce. Bradford and its of "
follow-up "
s ,r0 ( .S i y County Order In Telegraph next four shall weekly publlah issues thle, depression. I ern buildings, improved stock, belter homes. in the world of tomorrow. **"

1'' 1 'A + i, Witness my hand and official I
} seal", at Hlurke, Florida. this October ,

1; 044'T 1pl// S ,IS r. ;E + 15th, 1945.IOFFIC1AIJ. SEAL) A. J. Thomas I II
S A. Clerk of said Court.
i iy k }oJ. K. Perryman, Starke. Florida, i Ij I \ :
1 Atty. for Plf. 10-19 4t 11-9 II j :
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4'J+F rf..LOI&lU.U IN CIIA.N- I

I .. Hauler plaintiff
auler. efen- 3p0 I
%1 h, { :M dant. faiw No. 4098.
!, Herbert Hauler whose address Is: .mil w
t 7 Fireman Int. Clam U.a.S. E'reldentIlayen. I (
J } .. H. Division %, Fleet P.O., j
Hun: Francisco, Cat j I 1'Altt.ttt
y 6 You are required to appear on 00 I '
November 19, 1945, In the above I
named Court and cause wherein .
plaintiff seeks divorce. Bradford I
i b') County: Telegraph shall publish Ibl.Ord..1' ..w.<<
v 4 In next four weekly iHHues.Witness .
3 my hand and official !
seal. at Starke, Florida. thin October
rv ;, 15th 1945.OFFICIAL. ,
3 ( SEAL: ) A. J. Thomas
((1" f S4 : All Clerk of said Court. I a
} : T. Frank Lnntlrum, Starke.! Florida,
t a i Atty. for I'lf. 10-1 4t 11.9

u 'f tir ,I+ Victory "E".Bonds return $4 at for
IM "'''C'I'IT C'OI-RT BNAnKOItDCOt'NT maturity I Buy Victory Bonds to start
n V, FL.OKI1IAI IM CHAN4KKY. i your own annuity ,
every $3 you put in. The safest investment in !
f! retirement fund.
with 7
Tanner Plaintiff
T-Hirt. Preston A. up
Ih VH. ,, Hally Tanner, Defendant. Case the world, paying substantial interest, '
t No. 40U. I purchases of U. S. Savings Bonds, Victory

tIt AND NOTICE TO APPEAR II Bond. will permit you to enjoy later year.
x 1 BONDSJStrickland's !
+ Tanner are whose required address to Is appear unknown.You on. I in comfort. BUY VICTORY

November 19, 145 In the above I
named Court and cause, wherein I
plaintiff seeks divorce. Bradford i. I
; County Telegraph shall publish this ,
(or I, I' Order In next, four weekly lames. '

+ seal Witness at Starke my Florida hand ,and this October official : Taxi Service : aK Ut ). '
+') 15th. 1946.COl'JI'ICIAL. M ': & Ritz Theatres
8EAL A. J. Thomas ,tJ \
: c As Clerk of said. Court.H. "
1 O. Brown, Stark., Florida '" ' \' h '
Att)',. for Plf. 10-1 4t 11v -', . .

f l ( r .: .CIRCUIT, COURT BRADFORD , 418$ }:: Fred F. Stump tt .; (, : J. p: Roberts MotorsDinkins

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John ,
B. Wynn Plaintiff vi. D "
( 1s '
:l \ ; -VV' '
Wynn Defendant. Case 1'
'i "' I No. 4108. ( It '; '.. '
1l : Avery Inn t
"ta g = J{' l la x AND ORDER NOTICE OF PUBLICATION TO APPEAR ._ : J'" $. I Service Station

A STATE OF FLORIDA tog i Doris q.' 3'': \'.at' ,.
a Mlntlens Wynn 431 North LuierneAvenue f ,' I '
Baltimore Maryland.

.,n Yc '+ 'tJ t plaintiff November named You are Court seeks 19 required, and 1945 divorce.cause In to appear the,Bradford wherein above on Temple & Lake Service Station :.t1-' New Method Cleaners

County Telegraph shall publish this
) S"i Order In next four weekly issues.s' .
,.l Witness my hand and official

1 .w,+ seal loin( ,at 1945.WFICIAl.Starke.. SEAL Florida) A.this J. Thomas October, Henry Stefanelli's f Grocery & Market t BONDS NOW ON SALE AT .

As' ach Clerk If. Douglas of said,Court.Ualnesvllle Fla. FORMERLY MARUCA'S GROCERY FLORIDA BANK at' STI ARKE
Atty. for Plf. }O-n 4t' u.

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