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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 16, 1945
Frequency: weekly
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Subject: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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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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U d Discloses Letter Writing Campaign, Endorsing Six Families .Jury's Verdict I i ? 1




Its Of Universal Training Pushed By Cof C Burned Out In Is Manslaughter :


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the hen..trustee In each and of mill-the BHS Scores 'Win Public Washington, Asked To; Make Congress Voice Awaits HeardIn Pecan Auction a rule, disaster Is not a thingto Pearl Powell eegreHs was convicted ,: 4t d

of
'ons school come waltzing up to your door manslaughter In the fall :
Line special tax Trend Of OpinionThe with warning bells on Its tors. It tel'JJof Circuit Court here this I ,. ,
Nov. 13. ..r ,.
Tuesday.
on the Schoolounc.f' Over FernandinaIn Next TuesdayThe usually strikes swiftly and ter- week, but motion by her attor :
by ilbly. In such a manner It visited ney J. Harry Schad of Gaines '
official can- consideration of universal military training leg.islation
lowing m the villa for
Hayes Apartments near Camp a new trial was granted(
: Friday morning. a hard-fought game, described was saved from indefinite postponement in Congress I second and likely final, Blanding on Friday, Nov, 9, at by Judge A. Z. Adkins and she
ost t vott was polled In by many fans as "the Tuesday by a bare margin of three votes. pecan auction of this season will 3:30: p. m., In the form of a fire was permitted to give bond In "y'' K

83 (Starke) where a pro- best of the season", Fernandinaheld By such a narrow squeak! did the House Military Affairs be held at the State Farmers! of unknown origin that completely the amount of $300 pending her '+ J

rreate from six to ten the. BHS Tornadoes to two Committee defeat a motion to halt further consideration of Market In Starke Tuesday, afternoon destroyed the building and furnishings appearance at a future term of 4

I the purpose of providing touchdowns at Bradford Park last universal training until next year. This would have beena Nov. 20, starting at 2:30: as well as the personal court. > 5

r a new auditorium at Friday night. The local lads serious blow to the cause, and the fact that the motion o'clock.It belongings of the six families of The negresa la charged with

ed some Interest The made good both extra points was defeated by such a small margin indicates that President -I is expected that offeringswill servicemen living there. With 8 stabbing her husband, Otis Powell J
( was defeated, however making the final score 140. Truman's for universal be light as there Is only a- children ranging In ages from 2 on the night of Oct. 28, Inflicting
six BHS won the kickoff, putting proposal military training faces months to tt wounds which caused
voters a p roving bout a 25 percent crop this year. years and only 6 his death e
L 24 voting In favor offuse the ball deep In Fernandina territory a very uncertain future in Congress unless those who favor At the first sale on Nov. 6 only adults In the building at the time one week later. Testimony ,' '

to 10.Dunca forcing the visitors to this program snap out of their lethargy and start making as I 9,552 pounds of nuts were sold, the fire was discovered It seems brought out at the trial, however '

It, L. A. Canova, punt. The Tornadoes took the much fuss as those who oppose it. I netting growers $2,4-0.20. almost miraculous that only one indicated that the negro man had %
Weldon were.approved ball and marched down the field Congress _is obviously on the fence concerning this Issue person was Injured. This being abused his wife, and on the nightof 1 '+ t

i in the Starke district. to the goal line, where they lost stalling for time and waiting for public opinion to jell. Football Squad Enjoys Mrs W. M. Martin, mother of a the stabbing had been drinking k ts '
elected and millagea the ball on downs. Fernandina and assert itself. Some of the members would like to shelve' returned serviceman, holder of the and was attempting to obtain vv ,,'al's{1i

In the other county dls- kicked out and BHS repeated its the entire }issue until after election so they would not run the. Fish Fry Monday Nite Purple Heart who was burned more money from her for,the purpose a.
march down the field and this rather the of buying whiskey His mistreatment I ,
severely on body.
Irt rl
risk of ;
as follows: losing votes, from either the pros or the cons.
Mr. and
time Milton Norman Mrs Roan J. Turner
rooted it the scuffle
brought on
T. Johns But this issue is be such The Military, with the help of
) L. too momentous to giVen cur-
(Hampton for were hosts '
over a touchdown through the Monday night to members In which he received the fatal
Griffin XV. H. Hall! 5 line. Godwin kicked the extra sory treatment. The people who are in favor of compulsory of the Union High and Bradford Red Director's Cross Personnel at the Field knife wounds. It was atated.
Office
military training-and we are convinced that a majority of High football squads and and the Clay Camp Red Blanding Cross Also at this term of court R.

|(Lawtey) H. C. Harley, point.Early In the second quarter the American people are-should rise up and demand that' coaches at a fish fry at their farm Chapter, soon had County the families of B. Jenkins was fined $100 .and

felley, O J< Phillips; 7 Fernandina recovered a fumble, Congress consider this legislation at the earliest possible I. homo near Long Bridge.. This en the servicemen sheltered tempo cost on each of two Informationsfor

but BHS re-recovered on the next moment joyable event was In honor of rarily in Guest House No. 3, Camp transporting property for compensation p'f'

I (Vanderbilt) : Rufus Al- play. The visitors held for downs Roscoe Drummond, a highly respected Washington cor- their son, R. J. Turner Jr., whois Blanding, until arrangements without a certificate! of g

man Reddish, Clarence and BHS got off a poor kick respondent, writes that: I being transferred from Camp could be made for the servicemento public convenience and necessity. n

|n; 3 mills : which, together with a 15-yard "Actually there is more support in Congress! for universal Blanding to Camp Pickett, Va. take their families\ to their respective Jenkins at first pleaded not
(Graham) N. J. Davis 'Tornado penalty, ena bled 1 Fer military training than on the surface. It Before entering the service, R. J. homes, most of them out guilty later changing his plea to
iey, F T Abernathy; 5 nandina to come within inches of appears was an outstanding member of of the state nollo contendte.
would be accurate to that in
the
say majority Congress the Tornado squad and before that Terrell minor
the goal line as the half ended Sidney a plead i'f'
(New River) ; Ethan 7-0. believes that military training is desirable for the securityof played football with Union High. The Disaster Committee of the ed guilty to an Information for da

afford Crews, E u s t ace The third quarter was pretty the nation but that the majority also believes it is so Hundreds of pounds of sea bans Bradford( County Chapter was called larceny of an automobile and was

D mills. much even-Stephen until midway unpopular with the voters that it cannot be enacted." were fried a golden brown In the on for help in getting emergency referred to the parole supervisor r."

5 (Heilbronn) : W. C. when BHS took the ball on its 20 Here then is a clear challenge to those of us who favor sugar kettle at the Turner home, supplies of clothing, milk, of the Florida Parole Commis-

T G, Norman, Russell and made seven straight downs such legislation. We must convince Congress that it is not and dishpans were heaped high food and other necessities\ to the stoat for p rsentence Investiga

110 mills, with Mooney, Conner and Nor- an unpopular issue-that there are just as many (or more) with potato salad and fish fry families on Friday night. Charles tion.Herman
I (Rising) Floyd Crosby, man taking turns carrying the people in favor of universal military training as there are accessories Replicas of Bradfordand Conner pleaded guilty r
Lonnie Crawford Union High goal posts at Schmitt, Chairman of the Disaster to an Information for breakingand y hr
I man, ; ball.The opposed to it. That is the reason the Starke Chamber of
beginning of the fourth in each end of the yard where the Prepar e d n e e. Committee, entering and received suspended "
Commerce is inaugurating a letter writing campaign '
i (Brooker): H. B. Cro 4Douglas quarter saw Mooney go over from which each member is urged to make known hisviews to event was held, added a football Mrs. T. H. Osborne, Chairman of sentence. a
Green, J. K. ; the 5 yard line and Godwin a- atmosphere. First Aid and Motor Corps, Mrs Oaorg Reese entered a plea of 4 [
, members of the Florida delegation in Congress. This cam- r
c. guilty to an Informatln of break- {
kicked the
extra The Around 100
gain point. the
guests enjoyed a t
is under and wishing to write let- Junlus Smith, Chairman of Volunteer
paign now way anyone and and
game ended In a flurry of passing hospitality of Mr. and Mrs. Tur Ins entering was sentenced : .q
'\ which netted mediocre ters to Congress may obtain addresses of the Florida.delegation ner. Special Service, respondedto to two years in the,state
;.Activity gains.! from A. J. Thomas, president of the,, Chamber of Com- the call and assisted the Clay I prison.Truck.
County Chapter and Max M. Ii
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District W. P. Smith ,HonoredAt merce.. Rites Last Week Singer, Red Cross Assistant Field .
[On'Up-Grade 1 Mr: Drumm'ond reports one Congressional! spokesman -. "Proctor Director,.Camp' BUnd.-s J ,Mn.purchasing ": Overturn,.M11M. .
For T.. D. '
Rotary MeetingA as saying: "If the President's proposals were put to a *. \ cIothi-jriaocL! .,other supplies In HisI'; '
I
:out activity In the New secret ballot, I believe they would pass overwhelmingly. were held forA the families' Affected. ,1lisioE." ,

strict continues its rapid surprise birthday party for But with opposition from many parents, church, and educational week Funeral In services the:' Corinth Baptist last I II Mrs. "charihIHaul1ft.> /; ci M8e I I
W. P. Smith was enjoyed at the I
ent with troops re-reglst- such a have to wait for a Buck husband Is with the ,
Rotary Club Wednesday, the occasion groups, program. may Church for Thomas D. Poctor, Jones Sells serving army "
I Lake Butler and Mac- show of popular support"Thanks overseas suffered a painful foot- lr
being his seventy-eighth who died In the Alachua County :
!new tribes formed In San- Drummond. That's where Lawtey Properties Injury Tuesday night when the '
birthday anniversary. Mr. Smithis for the tip, Mr. we Hospital, Gainesville

,Olustee older.units and Glen and St. a charter"member of the club come in. It is up to us to show our Congressmen that uni- Mr. Proctor was born In Thomas Duck Jones, who recently : 103 Plymouth sedan In which
meeting she was riding collided with a t-at
g; their activities in Law- and_has a 100 percent attendance versal military training does have popular support-and County, Ga., Oct. 5, 1875 and came bought the Joe Peele interests at
Wilson meat truck 28,
Bford', and! Starke. record over a period of seven nowhere stronger than from the men who are returningfrom to Florida when three years old. Lawtey announced yesterday that i Just Rant of Starke.on highway With her

1 new Scouters have also years. fields of actual combat. Up to now the opposition has With his family he lived. In Providence he had sold the entire properties.The were Pfc Joseph. Koch, Pfc Clifford

Ided to the ranks, and the While the members rose and been doing all the talking, but from now on let's give our and Lake Butler. Whena farm was sold to O. S. Mc Miller and Mrs. Orlean Dag- !

Jp Training Committeethat sang "Happy Birthday" at the Congressmen the other side of the picture. young man he learned the print Cay. The market, grocery, feed uanno who, It U believed, was
14 men have taken close of the luncheon, the huge . public opinion will have to show itself decisivelyin ing trade and worked In many offices business and farm were sold to driving the car

mental course In recent birthday cake, bearing 78 lighted favor of military training if Congress is to be persuadedthat throughout the state. He Cullln A McSwaln. An Armour meat truck directly '
farmed for several
I It Is also announced that candles was brought to the table there are not more votes to be lost than to be gainedby Lake Butler and then years accepted near a Mr. Jones Is now living with behind the Wilson truck turned f
5 anticipated Basic Scout- and placed In front of the honor its his brother, Dugger Jones, t
passing it. The opposition is better organized and position at the Florida Farm Colony a over in the ditch to avoid hitting
'* will begin Tuesday guest. After making a brief response political strength more visible right now" continues Mr. near Gainesville. H e left Sampson City and still has prop the two vehicles ahead of him.
''V. 27, at 7 In the of appreciation Mr. Smith erty Interests In South Florida
p. m. The other persons in the car I
Drummond.That there In of this and
flty House at the State cut the cake, sharing it with the July year which he Is looking after, 1 1seriously
and the truck driven were not
|ThIs course will be for all members and guests. is a state of affairs that must be remedied and spent the remainder of his life
We must not lose this issue in which in hospitals. Injured. '
remedied quickly. ,
tern,
Troop Committee- Mrs. W. R. Morse was a guestof New
flooring Heads assistants the club at this time an den- the very life and death of all of us might hang in the bal He was a member of the First ,i Building Code

asters, Cubbers, District tertalned with a group of delightful ance, for want of a little initiative and organization. Willwe Christian Church of Lake Butler Enforced By CityAt Rites ThursdayFor r

teemen, and parents) of readings from a book of stand by and let our Congressmen be bamboozled into a but had been a steady attendantat O. J. AbernathyOdell 1
1 Scouts, The course will poems "Florldays" by Don Blan- disastrous mistake simply because a misguided minority the Pine Grove Baptist Church. a recent meeting of the

the joint direction of dIng. Ranging from sly humorto writes more letters and makes more noise than we do? Interment was In Dyal Cemeterywith City Council. Joe Martinez was John Abernathy, 48, well

orida I Council leaders sheer magical beauty, the We can't believe the American people will permit Rev. Hooker In charge.In appointed plumbing and electrical known Tampa automobile dealer,

by Chairman of Council poems vividly portrayed the varied this calamity. >But grievous mistakes have been made in 1899 Mr. Proctor was mar- Inspector for the City of Starke died in a Lake City hospital early

Jack Ennis of Jackson- facets of life In Florida. the for the simple reason that the people did not rise ried to Agnes C. Adklns who pre and R. C. Buford was named Tuesday morning after a heart
old Executive past ceded him In death and In 1924 building and fire hazzard Inspec attack. He 'native of Bradford
Art Row- Garfield Evans, missionaryto was a
Dr. and demand what they believed in and ardently de
ve Oak and the District I Cuba, was also'a guest of the up not mitt such sins of omission again. If he was married to Maude Normanof tor.The County and had been In business
Let's
tea on Leadership Train- club and poke briefly on the sub sired. com Starke. The esteem which wasfelt City's new building codes !in Tampa for 16 years. He
make wishes
en are expected to take world you favor universal military training your .. for "Uncle Tom" and "Pop" are now, In effect and anyone was a Mason-
> from the three coun- ject of peace.Hunting" known by clipping the form below and mailing it to'oneof Proctor as be was called by his planning construction work of any Services were held at 3 p. m. fry

the district, Union. Baker the following men: .1. many friends, was demonstratedby type should study the new regulations Thursday In Dedan Cemetery near

ford.. The training aesS Season Senator Claude Pepper, Senate Office Bldg., Waahing- the beautiful floral offeringsand before starting work Brooker with Rev. Robert Whit-

be held one night a Opens Next :Tuesday ington D. C. : Senator Chas. O. Andrews (same address) ; the, sorrowing friend who lock In charge.

or four weeks, Nov. 27, Hon. Emory Price, House Office Bldg.; Hon Robert Sikes, followed him. to his final resting Occupies New Home Surviving are his wife Mrs. t

; t, 11. and 18.activity M. 'L. Johns, conservation of- House Office Bldg.; Hon Andrew J. Mays, Chm. House Military place. Elva Lee Abernathy Tampa; a '

te of interest ficer for Bradford and Union Affairs Com., House Office Bldg.I Survivors Include his wife Mrs Mrs J. E. Ormond. formerly of son,.Jack Abernathy, recenUy released r ,
;0 outs and Scouters 1 Ua the County, 'urges' all sportsmen to Maude Proctor, Gainesville; one the State Farm will move this ) from a prison camp; two (, ,

Court of Honor and Disnlttee obtain the necessary licenses be- I son, Robert Earl Proctor of the week Into her new home, just sisters, Mrs. R. S. Surrency and
meeting to be fore taking to the woods on the Navy, Jacksonville; two daughi completed at Lake and West Mrs. Elmer Gable. Tampa and a

Monday Nov 19. In the first day of hunting season-Tues- believe universal military training to be i I teri, Miss Juanita Proctor, St.Petersburg Tenth Sts. While the house\ was brother, Eddie Abernathy. Gaines- 11 I .

Khool at 7:30 o'clock. A day, Nov. 20. essential to the security of our nation. and Mrs. W. A. Beach, being constructed Mrs.1 Ormond ville. He was a nephew of Mr. Mss

II being arranged by W. Licenses may be obtained at the endorse the as outlined by I r Jacksonville; three grandchildren and her son lived with her and Mrs. F. T. Abernathy and ,)
I heartily program mother Mrs. Laura
Mosley.
Advancement Chairs County' Judge's office In the of Jacksonville; three sisters Mrs Mrs. Maude Graves of Graham : a,
Rev. c H. Hickman, courthouse and Mr. Johns states President Truman and hereby urge Congress! I Lillian Dekle and Mrs. N. L. and J. W. Abernathy of Daytona '1 i
f t. .
1. H Futch. that all regulations will be en- to enact such legislation without undue delay. Varnes of Jacksonville and Miss Beach. I II
big up Scout work to forced strictly this season. Marshall Proctor of Tampa, and a No Football GameAt I, i I
the 11
Troop 70 Conuatttee be prohibIted host of nieces nephews and other
r Biii Graham. E. L. Mat-, Sunday In Bradford hunting County will and state ( ) _________.:._____ ___________ relatives., Park TonightCoach USO Completes Plans j

C. H. Naworthy, Fred law also forbids hunting on Mon Address Pallbearers were M. N, Mal- For ThanksgivingTentative
Carson Geiger announced
It Dupre _________ ____
met and l Foster S1U day, Wednesday, and Friday in : - -------- phurs L. J. Griner, Frank Har- yesterday that there plans at the local
recently to complete cell of Gainesville, Hal V. Maine., I
this district. will 'bn no football game tonight usa for Thanksgiving are interesting
Grover ration 0, t b. Troop -- -------------------------- Homer Welch and Malcolm Rlherd at Bradford. Park. and, extensive. A formal
Alison to S out- of Lake Butler.Presbyterian.
Event The announcement wan made
and( Attend Shrine dance is being planned for Thursday -
and 1I18t8nts are Alec following receipt of a message evening. November 22, from
John
BaS Dea8, members George Kopelousos, Tracy L. ChurchThe from the Florida Naval Academy 8 till 11 o'clock. An AGF Band ?
red faculty. ,The Troop Saunders and J. D. Odom were Will'Issue Paper Chester McKinney at St. Augustine stating from Camp Blanding will furnish.
by the Starke Rotary membership at the Presbyterian Church announces that "the entire team" wan sick
candidates for Next Week Home On Leave the music for the hours of dancing ;+t
'nr Shrine,Ceremonial held In St. Augustine Early the following services for with flu and It would be Impossible and It 1 111 hoped that a large i ,

of Monday night a. .a Wednesday, Nov. 7. Correspondents are asked to get Chester McKinney, MoMM 2-c<<:, Sunday, Nov. 18. Sunday Schoolat to play the game group of both junior and senior I// >
the Review the Committee Others attending from Starke included j In a day early next arrived home last Friday to spenda 9:43: : with Mrs. Jeanette Young Coach Geiger utatnl that an hostesses will be present to help It ,r
Public Health Merit Johns, Mr. their copy Superintendent. Everyone Is In attttnpt I Ie, being made to *
to Scout Nobles Carl week-Mon d a y, if possible because 30-day leave with his father, make the Thanksgiving Day hours 1 '
t Lewis Raines. end Mrs. V. S. St. John and I the Telegraph will be printed Volley McKinney. It Is his first vited. schedule. a game for Wednesday happy for the men away. from
haa Chairman' Leslie A. daughter Alipe. Mr. and Mrs. Val- Wednesday In order that visit horn In more than two The morning worship service night Nov. 21, but had nothing home. '
dMInate Novem"gnlietment rle Kld
and Training Mrs. :I. A. Tucker K. G. Duncan. the be observed.The Chester entered the Navy in pastor Rev. J. L. West using as The cancellation for tonight' complete turkey dinner with all r y
throughout the district R. C. Buford E. W. Hayes and may 1945 LegUIature passed a June 1943 and spent the last his subject, "That Was Not My game came after the section of the trimmings will be served. t 1
their-110 havf'not yet re- Jerry Chrlstoudoulou Florida Thanksgiving months of the war on a PT boatIn Own, It Was Another's." of the Telegraph; containing the This dinner, however, will be for ,' ,
enlistment form are bill setting on the date prescribedby the Pacific. He will report to Music Is under the direction of football ad had already been just servicemen and the hostesses 4

tI4to do .0 during the YOU ARE NEEDED In j the| observance Congress, which Is Thuisday Miami at the expiration of his Mrs. E. E. Lansing with Mrs. run. serving that evening with a nominal of

3eou plan to attend the CHAMBER OF CO U"RCE. 22. leave. B. M Davis at the organ. O charge being made. ', } ')
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: { BRADFORD COUNTY TE.F.GRAPII. STARK. FIARIDA FRIDAY, NOn CNBEg::'
1\\ ': I FACE TWO l4 Uu
'i season after Oct. 31.
this canning
the Sunday
at
again to attack us is to remain strong in the only kind : evening the. sermon Happy topic Hour of Evangelism No. 38 sugar ticket is good now The Sign of
, :' THE BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH of strength that an aggressor can understandmilitarypower. at 7:30: o'clock. for five pounds and the expiration Rada'ant net
,}', We can meet the need for a trained reservein Training; Unions meet at 6:15: to date for It is Dec. 31.

"l Ei tabtlBh d 1877 only one way-by universal training."I discuss "Bearing the Test of True Look. For w

: E. L. Matthews .___________ Editor and Owner recommend that the training be for one year. Worth". Physical Exams.Dr. ibisTrade
Iii' 1 Each young man should enter training either at the A friendly welcome awaits you Nark
1 .. age of eighteen or upon his graduation from high at all services. J. C. Miller, director of the
ti'. Published Weekly on Fridays and Entered kit Second CUm Matter school-whichever is later, in any event before his Clay-Bradford County Health

' j r, at the font Office at Starke Florida._ twentieth birthday. A trainee who completes his high Sugar Tickets Unit, will give physical examinations -
,I,' f school in his seventeenth year should be eligible with to pupils of the elementary
parental consent, to enter the course of training"These According to instructions received grades at BUS today (Friday).
ONE) WCMANS CtPBNBCNBy are the words of our president, the leader of by the local Rationing Dr. Miller urges parents of children caved t stoomachx by bthot Llvt roxt 4 ,n
"' of the Board the five-pound canning sug- to be present as much of the qd arses
. our nation, we must indeed face facts and one Proper Umlnatioi
,
of the examination Is l.c nay
of
effectiveness
j ,, ltllle Rom most outstanding facts of all is that had we been invaded ar tickets which are now being Issued now -for the Rodiar bor Getrq,
t,: 4 4 on Dec. 7, 1941 instead of being bombed in a will expire November 30. No lost unless parents are there for All Drug Siur., ilontla
." I is it that some of more tickets are to be Issued for consultation
r ,I Now that the war over seems far off island ; if instead they had struck at the heartof
7,:. t our people think "Well, it's all over with, why should the United States then we would have no power at
i we prepare for another war now, if we have really accomplished all in the future of the world as we do today, insteadthe
i: everlasting peace?" I will admit that it has whole world would have been enslaved because we Back belief in HIM !'
!' long been fought for and is a well deserved!\ peace but were in no way prepared to meet the onslaught of the up your
1\\ now we must strive in every possible way to preserve enemy. In plain words, they caught us with our pants
" y this peace and ft is up to us, the American youth to do down and but for the stalling of time we would have "
|t J just that. Naturally that will require what our Presir !'! been licked. .
\ Y' dent has asked Congress to provid*?compulsory military ,
I do not think that any training program should I home.
; \ training for every able bodied youth in America. He's heading
I believe in educa-
with man's education.
interfere a
to take the training
able
Those who are not physically!
; the fullest extent but search the surrounding He's done his job
should'! be trained in certain skills so that in event of tion to
in the coifhtryside and you will find scores of boys who go so '
war they will be capable of taking jobs many him
Show
I + far in school and quit. A year's military training well.
r { war plants. would do them good. The exercise and the fresh air
4 Part of the ]President's message sent to Congresson will be healthful for them' and I have yet to hear of you remember. .

Sept. 6th, read: the training that the army gave killing ,a man. His
i ,., ,t i, "We are strong because!' of many things. Ours feet may hurt and at times he will be pretty disgustedbut
}' natural resources'! which we have so diligently developed then so are the boys who are over there now wait-
J% ; + ; our great farms and mines, our factories, shipyards, ing to get home. They love home and their families -1
, and industries: which we have so energeticallycreated just as well as the next guy.
_, : and operated. But above all else, we are strong because Few boys at the age of eighteen have familiesor
If 't"ry :'I;! of the courage and vigor and skill of the liberty are settled in a vocation, and the year of training ; 11 ,
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I loving people who are determined that this nation shall could also teach them how to be leaders as well as set-

d ;; ah remain forever free. ting them on their first step of taking their place in the
ft t4Q1+ "With that strength comes a grave responsibility. outside world, their place of being the leaders of our
I; With it must also come a continuing sense of leadership. nation. They will not have to go far from home and

i in the world for justice and peace. it will only be for a year. What man, would not be ; '45arr
,; "For years to come the success of our efforts for willing to give a year toward training for the safetyof

) ;;&f a s a just and lasting peace will depend upon the strength his future life?
t k of .those who are determined to maintain the peace. We must remember that we are reaching an ad-
I p ; yl' ,ills We intend to use!' all our moral influence and all our vanced age but regardless how big the guns get it will
n physical strength to work for that kind of peace. We still take a man to shoot them. Our enemies have always -
can insure such a peace only as long as we remain trained their youth from the time they were in-
,t s q strong. We- must face the fact that peace must be fants on up. They are all warring nations 'and we are, %' '
i built upon power as well as upon good will and good instead, a peace loving nation, but 'we are going to ,

/e m i n deeds. have to stay prepared, we will have to keep a reserveof .
+l' +r ,: T "It is only by strength that we can impress upon trained men for our own future safety. It is onlyin
r : + ref our future aggressors!\ that we will tolerate no threatto the training that' we can accomplish this and it is
.fr peace or liberty up to the older people to approve of it, to try to under- .
i "Never again can we count on the luxury of time stand the urgent need of the nation for preparedness.
1 with which to arm ourselves. In any future war the Those who saw the picture "WILSON" could not help :
'l f, t heart of the United States would be the enemy's first but know that, this very world peace was tried and
p 1+ target. Our geographical security is now gone-gone fought for in the last war. That Wilson practicallygave
; 3;. a'' with the advent of the atomic bomb, the rocket, air- his life trying to accomplish it. It is only in
, craft carriers and modern airborne armies. united strength that we can keep this peace. We must
"The surest:! guarantee t.hat.no. nation will dare stay prepared because next time we won't have the

required time to prepare. ..
Those brave, returning men and women have ,

WEST) END GROCERY & MARKETMADISON Methodist Church"Get tional singing. r
Thousandsof
Rev and Mrs. Minder of Melrose a right to expect a full measure of opportunity.
Acquainted Week" will were visitors Sunday night
ST. FLA.'lfe wounded need tender thousands deservea
STARKE start at the Methodist Church and Rev. Minder will present the our : care

Deliver Large .or SmalL Orders service Sunday to morning which all with elderly a specIal peopleand will message also Friday be j Ji ;;':!'tfl1 . .. II l> ( r
.. sftut-Ina 'are In-
r' I especially Dr. John McNeil,.Scotch'evange- and prosperity. (
) to -
reconvert
r + i nAITE Y'; 1SEn Tiled. Stewards'of the church are list of Washington.. r. ;c., will Help! your country lelp'them peace
+< cooperating furnishing trans conduct a series of meetings at Remember-bonds build
.That's what they fought for.
.h DRESSED FRYERS, lb. - - - 62c, portation for those who do not the Tabernacle November 26, .
have means of getting to the through 30 and all persons who future security for America -for yourself and family. Subscribe .
HEAVY HENS, lb. - - - - Sic morning service.: heard Dr. McNeil before will not I
J' The morning service will be con want to miss hearing him on this generously! In the world's best and safest investment. e

,t: hP, WISCONSIN CHEESE, lb. . 41c ducted by the pastor, the Rev W occasion.
y 1R rs f J. Churchwell, who will \use -a* his

TENDER RIB STEAK, lb. - 34c topic fesslon, "The and Call Humility.of God" This for Con ser ,' Baptist Church"I'll UNION BUS STATION Temple Ave. Phone 147

Fresh Homemade Sausage lb. 40c vice will Inaugurate series of Be There" will be the topic
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meetings which will be held each used by the pastor, the Rev. 1...
evening at 7:30: and each morningat D. Halnes, at the morning sermonIn
CHUCK ROAST lb. 27c
- the .
10 o'clock from Nov. 18 First Baptist Church.
'f' r A LIMITED SUPPLY HALF OR WHOLE through Nov. SO. Sunday School meets at 9:45: to 0 p e
The Rev. John M. Sikes and his study "The World Outreach of
CURED HAMS lb. . .
37c .
- - wife will arrive from Dunellon in Christians"
.p : 1Wi "Will You Be There(" will be
4 time to conduct the evening ser-
u y w A FULL SUPPLY HALF OR WHOLE Ib
? t vice at 7:30.: Mr. Sikes la a native -
CURED SHOULDERS - - 35c of Florida and was educatedat

University.Asbury College He la and an ordained Emory Step right amigos. Have a Coca-Cola
up .
minister of the Florida Confer- ,
We A Line
ti; Carry Complete ence and will conduct the meetings
throughout the "Get Acquainted

Of Groceries & Vegetables Week"service. an Following Informal the gettogetherwill evening 111

be held for the purpose of
MBBBBBIjBSSIBSIlinilllttBIlBlllllBllllBIBIllSBSBBBB' BH iBHBBMifffgjfjf M having the congregation meet Mr.
Sikes and his wife. 1
dti.k mj mmj gfi i ..
N"1k Responses to preliminary plansfor 4/ y ,
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+1k* "GET ACQUAINTED WEEK" been: "Get very Acquainted enthusiastic Week", the pastor have ,y t

states, and greatly renewed Interest r '
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in the church la antici- J ,
pated on the part of Its membersand I ( )
prospective members. rI

The Youth Fellowship meets d1 lOh e
Sunday afternoon at 6:13: for an
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Interesting program. The Service- il
,.e. men's party will be held as usual d, _I n'' I
following the evening service on I

&4 I t Starke Methodist Church Wednesday. Everyone invited.

Recent Births
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NOVEMBER 18 -- 30 ROBERT NAFTEL

Capt. and Mrs Cecil Naftel announce
the birth ot their second
son, Robert, on October 24 in the )
TWO SERVICES EACH DAY Station Hospital at Camp Elan- I r
ding. Capt. and Mrs. Naftel are I =

y- 10 A. M. '7:30 P. M. from Birmingham Ala. I I? I ,/
,Y' i
WAINWRIOIIT BABY
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"Y'S S( Mr. and Mrs. H. i:. Wainwright, I ? t
Jr..\of Starke announce the birth w
k'' - CONDUCTED liY of a daughter on November 1.
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? OUKUIIANT BABY . Yank friendliness back to
comes
LeyteNaturally
t y The Rev. John M. Sikes Mr. and Mrs.\ Paul Guerrant announce
: the birth of a son on
Tuesday November 6. Filipinos thrilled when their Yankee comrades. came back to the Philippines.For .
N
a "* "* "- "" -" -"- n along with freedom they brought back all the friendliness that America stands r
At The TabernacleA
for. You find it quickly expressed in the simple phrase Have Cofc..There's no easier
Good Music Good fine message was brought by
? Fellowship' Dr.. George F. Tibbltts. of Key. .way to ay &Lue and be yourself Everywhere the'pause that refreshes with ia-cold '

{ '1 . stone Tabernacle Heights and Sunday the night music at wa the Coca-Cola: has become a symbol of how Yankee friendliness follows the flag around t

under the direction of Gordon I* the globe.
''fL Purdy. There were several specIal "Cocs.CoLt'sad tU Ibbrevi1u tride
, ,. EVERYBODY WELCOME numbers Including a trumpet OTTltD UNOIt AUTHOIITT Of THI COCA-COLA COMPANY. -CokP an the "'iPI uredSTARKE
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; solo and duet and mub.bkII !
a vocal trio. ca ceiaCmp4a"
COCA-COLA BOTTLING CO. !
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School . . e . e . . ::Mrs. R, T. Newton and Mrs. J. p. to Delray Sunday because of the' are invited to hear Mr. Herron. 12 a. m. and at T p.-ti m. Bible :' :

rJI.--S[ Journal State Farm I I Mr.Hendrick and Mrs.of John Ft. Lauderdale P. Turney and and .: low's serious nephew illness of Buddy Mrs. Stringfel-Parks. Hours of Worship; Bible Study I I Study each Wednesday at 7 p. m. l :1

each Sunday at 10 a. A welcome
m. preach friendly will be i
By Mrs little daughter, Mary Carol, and : Friends hope for rapid Improvement I extended ,. : .{
Bryan Whitfteld I Mrs. Charles \V Turney and I In his condition. ing and communion from 11 to I to all. ,

Editorial I I01tS Let's Help Push-I . . S . . . ;...oung daughters, Joanna andMargaret I Sgt and Mrs. Bob Barkley ,,","/W:
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I Mr and Mrs. P D Panther i of Jacksonville spent Friday In Jacksonville.Brooker. uff
ar,. .torehouses of knowl- : Victory Loan Drive Sr., were guests! of :Mr. and '-1'1I.1 J. E. Livingston returned Tues n Itltf .'.
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being nIte Fred
us from i Miller in .
Ulal 4''P' The 7th I' Perry Saturn y to his home In Daytona
choose to let them Victory loan-bond drive I I and Sunday.Mrs. i Beach after having visited his sister I
tf we began November 1, and is to have
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our ac-I i J H. Ritch of )'frs.V.. H. Parker and Mr.
become ; R quota of 780.000 JaC'ksonvtll.1
gladly In Bradford "
w,Hi No material will i County. spent Thursday and Friday of and Mrs. J. 1... Robinson since

r tanCP. In -limbing the ladder ofUs i The purpose of this drive Is to last week with her ncm-ln-law and I Thursday. . By. .Joyce. .AtkinsonBox . . .
u daughter, Mr.
and
quicker than the friend-, sret: every one to buy even more Mrs. H. M. Mr and Mrs. J, B. Strickland TH E *
of books I bonds than they have in the Rlcharde. and son, Johnnie, of Graham spent SUPPER: pEAI l,
never before, In a past. They want the people to Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Brannen the past week-end with Mr. and The ninth grade daM -cleared
'OW as changing arts, the de- I III realize that because the war on were dinner guests of Mrs. Bran- Mrs A. C. Davis. $20.20 on the Box Supper held plll% i
of more should be OUMd the battlefield la won there is nen's parents. Mr. and Mrs. H. P. Mrs. J. M. Hembree returned last week at the School, and the ; moo' p
,to, learn Gainey, In class wishes to, thank I
Brooker
are always wllUnff to till a need for bonds t o be at noon Sun- Sunday from Wewahltchka where everyone
books accomplish our longings. bought because one of the greatest day. she visited her mother, Mrs. J. F. who helped make it a success. .

us science history.a8 English, Jobs, which is on the home SC 3-c Jimmie Bradley I la' Williams, for several days. Mr. and Mra. F. K RUBS madea
rm other Intellectual aubjej front Is yet to be done. This Job spending his twelve day leave with Leslie and Carolyn Bradley, Mr business trip to Texas last week. I lflE;
obtained from these emln- of keeping nations on a peaceful bill parents Mr. and Mrs. J. M. and Mrs. II. M. Rlcharde. Jane Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Barry and I I
i lit rdl lable professors.! To a basis is, one that is yet to be ob- Bradley Outstanding among the and Henry Rlcharde, Mr and Mrs.A. children were. visiting In Lees- I

a greater education one of tained. Therefore every one pleasures arranged by Mr and J. Rogers Lavonla Rogers, Mr. burg over the week-end., WELCOME BACK
roots of wisdom, readingmust should realize the necessity of Mrs. Bradley In honor of the and Mrs. H. K. Tyu Kenneth Miss Bobby Mints of Jacksonvlll '
longed( far beyond 1U pres- buying bonds and buy as manyas homecoming of another son. S- and Harold Tyus, Mr. and Mrs. was via I tin i g Mica Eloise
f poundarie'ticiEvery( bo> and possible. Sgt. Jack Bradley, was a family R. P. McLendon, "Spanky" McLflnd'on Gainey over the weelc-end. To Your Job! ,
i In this ex- Let's all get behind this drive dinner last Thursday. Present on Mr. and Mrs. W. G.
understanding. with our full becauseyou're this occasion were their eight Strlngfellow, :Miss Melba String- Miss Margie Sue Crews of Ol th.S69ol out Sunihin.Srvlc m.mbeu who
Spa of support
l I I y
Jacksonville visited her grandparents nlrd the armd aarvic. 53 are already bat'liwllh
children Mrs
Lme friends stand by one as not giving your money but Vance Geiger of fellow Mr. and Mrs O. R. Crews, Sunday ui and thy know how glad w*, and lhu t 71,1,
1s present, but I II18dnf'sS loaning it at good interest Jacksonville Phm. 3-c Nell B'i j I Delbert and Carolyn Crews, Mr. I other lnnd in th* community r
an gaiety Muldrow of Great Lakes 1' a at* to ha... Them L' Itii >
Come III. Mrs. ,, and Mrs. Calvin Williams and .. '
takes its place theyone on and let's reach the r '
I II .. back ptmannllyTo
stranded. Books- will quota and push It a long way I.Gerald Cox of Rosewell Ga., S- I I I Sandra Williams were among the Church of Christ : th. lovd onm ol thc_. ,
our joys or our over the goal. : Sgt. Jack Bradley, USA Reese Farm residents attending the circus Has New MinisterThe 11 who gave that II.... in
re forever at the first op- i I Bradley of Jacksonville, SC 3-c ,. in Jacksonville. t )hr the great c...... 901 out "

WI and Begin gain the everlasting her most enjoyable pastimes. I|I Jimmie Bradley of Arlington, W. Herron who Is now the Church of Christ In Starke, harlllt McriUc. sympathy that) ihla '

Jd.W\ ,>f a good book. The making of success seem and Leslie and Carolyn va"j I minister of the Church of Christ which is located at McMahon St. Tothehdwured.ahllto.
hlp to be headed for this 5'4" brown- i I A little grand-daughter, back, |uit tmmbl that the raw
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I In Starke was the guest of Mr. and the Raiford Highway, announces walcom mat will...,out until r ly
ette who weighs 104 pounds. Her I Irene Cox of Roswell, Ga., was the and Mrs. J. W. Woodward for about the arrival this week of roll.all com horn Jrl
ilor BiogsCOOPKR scholastic achievements are out. 1 only additional guest a week before moving to his W. Herron, who has been located You.all don a grad lob and 3 ,
standing.Her Visitors of Mr, and Mrs. E. G. residence in Starke Tuesday. with the church in Jacksonvillefor w:ra anxiouily looklna II be!forward'
: whn back.
gist only ambition Is to 10 the day you
make Land during the past week were Mrs. R. II. Tyson visited Jack- several years. Mr. Herron
vember 17, 1928 was a great some man a good wife. Before I!i Mr. and lira its.!<:!" ,rrd'J: I
| Roy Bowles and Mr. sonville relatives and friends from will serve as minister of the
Ion for the Joyful parents accomplishing that she plans to 1 0 ;..;::::._ t
Leo J and Mrs. George L. Land and Friday until Sunday of last week. Church here.
llaU Mr and Mrs. Cooper be I
A Cheerful little blue- We a secretary. ,I son, Ronnie, of Mayo, Mr. and I! J. G. Caldwell and daughter, Mr. Herron has had many years lid
irke wish luck ,
daughter which they you in attainingyour I Mrs. Lorace Campbell and children I Peggy, spent Saturday with Mr. experience as a minister of the r T

baby Gloria was presented to and goal and may every. success I of Ft. White and Mr. and Mrs. j Caldwell'n parents Mr. and Mrs.J. gospel and Will plea for a return FLORIDA row & UORT COMPANY .
'd happiness be
and father. yours.LTJELLA I Roscoe Land of Ocala. B. Caldwell near Ocala. to the New Testament Chris I I' t3aa
mother II
gratified beautiful happiness ended I DAVIS Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Turney had I Mr. and Mrs W G. Strlngfel I tianity In name, Doctrine and t II I I r f
as guests last week-end i Mr. and 1 low and Mrs. M. D. Carter went practice. All Interested persons /nit
Gloria( at the age of two Long, long ago In 1928, on ]i ---,.--.- .. -
n both of her parents died. March 16th, and many miles away I .
|lien made her home with her in :Macclenny (Too far from any. '

dparents, Mr. and Mrs C. N.klUi where), Luella Davis uttered her | Our Roots Are in

r. first cry of bewailment In the i I
| her wide range of likes home of her parents, Mr. and J
no special ambition in mind, Mrs. A. C. Davis. j r

type is very perplex Illg'. It As the y e a r a roll by and '5.
as If domesticity takes the changes occur, we now see a
Sewing Is her hobby. To faded brunette with a light com This Land

about cooking Is one of her plexion, spotted with freckles. .

i.fctoria. Her likes are dancing, any tr
is quite favorable to all sports, eating, all mathematics,
world and that which'It gives. Lila Rae Caldwell, chewing gum

i of her many likes are food, and candy. (Men, of course are ,- -. -
mond ball, Commercial LAW understood.) : - r 4tInr

|people. Dislikes are not .corn- Like most other people Luella
to her. Cokes and people has a few dislikes. Red haired
meddle Into others' affairs men seem to be the chief of these Ti;
(We wonder whyT) The others
| her only ones.
are studying (about school lessons -
and are her favorite - -
I ue pink
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), being punished, and conceitedness --- -. '- vp
ra Writing and reading are
(even in good lookingmen .; - '--...: _
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Her hobby is anything that is often you hear a man say of the land he
fun, and that includes too muchto How "When takes this will
ACQUAINTEDWEEK . my son over:: I
[ CET write THE EDITOR'S COLUMN
about.
be a. better place than when I got lU"! Such a ,
Strange, but true, and very unusual S
I I desire is natural to a father and splendidly American Ii '
for a student of BHS Luella The livestock-and-meat industry
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Along with the expressed thought there is 1,
I I' has two ambitions. The first in continuous is like an endless chain. k
deeprootedpride family ownership -
one Is to pass physics, and last a
The meat in direction
travels one it
but not least, she wants to take of productive d. So long as this ideal ti ,
a trip around the world with the lives, agriculture will continue to be "the broad ; from livestock producer t
ARKE METHODIST I right person. enduring base upon which the entire U.S. economy to meat packer, to retail dealer, ,I I

CHURCH I With the latter ambition you rests." to consumer. And coming back J -' '

:should really go places. Luella. There are many farm and ranch sons who stay in the opposite direction is money; from the Ja NOVEMBER 18 30 Good luck and happiness Is the in their families' business on the land.J3ome who meat purchaser to the storekeeper, to the "' 1i., { '

I'you' desire! of the Senior Class for do leave, however might also stay, were there meat packer, to the man who grows the .CHICKEN I REGAL
I written business agreements between father and livestock.
son. Such agreements insure a fair return to both 2 cups cubed cooked 2 cups cooked peg
--- -- --- for the labor, capital and ability they There must be motive power to keep chicken 2 cup. chopped 1

contribute to their joint enterprise. that chain running, and that motive power 4 tablespoons mushrooms 1''

hDtfAlllr Practical father-and-son farm business agreements is profit. It is profit that keeps ranchers chicken: fat 4 tablespoons : j

have been worked out and are proving and farmers producing livestock; profit 4 tablespoon flour chopped pimiento I ,

their worth in actual practice on many of the keeps meat packers slaughtering, dressing 2 teaspoons. 'salt 4 egg yolks i

nation's farms and ranches. The various forms of and delivering meat to retailers; profit keeps 4 cupa milk '

these agreements cannot be explained in detail retailers selling meat in their stores.
SHRIMP OYSTERS MULLET here, but they are available and worth study. Make a whit sauce of the fat, flour, milk, and t ,
Excellent bulletins on this subject may be had by We at Swift& Company well know that a seasoning. Add chicken, peas, mushrooms, and ;

SEA TROUT PERCH BREAM writing to the College of Agriculture, University continuing loss 'anywhere along the line pimiento. Heat thoroughly. Beat yolk Add

RED BASS SHEEPSHEADALSO of Illinois, Urbana, Illinois, for Circular No. 587; would mean that all of us would suffer a little of the hot mixture to the eggs and mIL

or to Michigan State College East Lansing. Thus, it is clearly to our own advantage to Remove chicken: mixture from the heat. Add ,,
for Bulletin No. 330. egg mixture. Stir welL Serve Immediately
Michigan Special
operate our end of the livestock-and-meat
Fresh Dressed & Drawn Poultry over hot biscuits: waffles, or cornbread.
We, at Swift & Company, know that a prosper industry so efficiently that the money the

ous agriculture. is the base of our." ty and consumer pays for meat shall cover all costa CATTLEMAN ON HORSEBACK

MAGNOLIA FISH MARKET we are proud" to say with you . Our roots are plus a sufficient, profit for retailers and livestock t
in this land. Next are at the
_CALI STREET STARKE. FLA. Soda Bill Sex; producers, as well as for ourselves.1 Union Stocky Yards in Chicago ";

... not a (..*, /. Me a tola. HI. 'ro",. It trdle.. t/tJ, a jovial, if you sitting see this horse big
man on a
f11 1m f ton.
Here's sweeter tastier bread P Hi. rang, hit upholilfry I* put on In the Com tH, In the middle of a milling pen e"
nH
\ Iy, and h. It often polltM off In the eify. of cattle: that will be M. S. '

( ... That the Important thing about a wafor-nol* i.n' "SI") Hughes..Swiff.Head
with FLEISCHMANN'SFRESH water, and tft* Important" thing about a good farm Cattle Buyer at Chicago.

It good fanning. _,........._ i PIGS INHERIT ABILITY TO MAKE 'Way back In 1017. 81 f:
walked '
Hughes to the' I
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;; z ?- ,\\: RAPID GAINS Swift buyer in Kansas City sn."
,, t By J. C. CRIMES and said Mister Stemm. I want a Job." H. j
//tJ'1 1 AI..A'rlc..r'E..II'' St*lion got the fob,and he's been with Swift ever since. ip
Y'p a v "" : ..,\ Pig from certain familie or bloodline except for a two-year army-hitch in World War j 1
,4r ,I I. Kansas City St. Louis, Fort Worth. St. 9
.. ,...... \ 4 4' consistently: made faster and Joseph. Kansas City again,and finally Chicago I I I
YEAST ; cheaper: gains than pig from other -all added to his experience in judging thee
''" blood line in a swine. breeding ex quality and yield percentages, grading, etc.., r

II 'c periment at the Alabama Expert Y of cattle. i I ,
c-- Y ,ment Station. The ability to con In 1943 he was made Head Cattle Buyer tat I(I t -Ft'L '

.4" r I aume''large amount of feed and to. convert it into Swift has staff& Company of at the Chicago: Yards. Ha- r 'I II '
a experienced cattle buyers directly(
P meat rapidly and efficiently was found to run associated with him. "" I aIn
L familie

A Atrain of hogs which Wa selected: for economy I
Have you heard about the new im of.aiureachedaSnJabedwe.htof225poundalnproved : ( otillS''

lard? Swift&: Company after ten years of an average of 27 day lees tune than a.trah2 that Illf wp0 Ir 1 I

IT'S FULL STRENGTH so it goes right to work. research and consumer teU, bas developed a brand new had: not been selected for economy of gain They US1 I IStI "

No waiting.No extra steps. Fleischmann fresh t-Bwitt.. Bland Lard. It baa aU the advantage of alto consumed an average of 34 pound less feed to % I

t active Yeast make bread that's more de- other high grade shortening, plus the important quahtie.fiiind make 1QO pound*of gain during fattening period,. '
helps in lard. It,will cause: million of American
tune! : only and that's The appetite of a pig was found to be a good in
licious and tender, sweeter-tasting every ': to use more lard, mighty important ,I
to hog producer dex to his ability to make rapid and cheap gatng e ;

IF YOU BAKE AT HOME-Get Any improvement in pork product whkhbooet*
conSwift &
Kchmann'B .miner demand (such a* a superior lard) will have a Company '
active fresh Yeast "
because the price paid for
Sorting on live hog price*
ry UNION STOCK YARDS
J"th the familiar yellow label. livestock i ill governed by what the meat packer can get for, ... '
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i /i tSOCIETY and CLUBS UDC EntertainedIn Mrs. Weeks HonoredAt Two Hostesses guests where the were birthday Invited Into cake the with house 12 WSCS To Meet

Entertain ClubMrs.
,i.1 .<' President's HomeThe Lovely Tea candles centered the dining table. The Woman
In Davis HomeOne and Mrs. Leonard-after extinguishing the 8 SOClfty
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of Morgan Darby thvn
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W. T. Weeks Chapter Servict
Woman's Club entertained Tues- candles-proceeded to cut the Will
Penny Hollingsworth
Charles Darby ant
of the Confederacy
the United Daughters
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delightful affairs cake and his 15: guests
of the most enjoyed a afternoon
for-
day night in the home of the N.\,
I 'Has Birthday Party Met WednesdayThe of last met week Wednesday at 3:30: o'clockat afternoon of the Fall season took mer on Cherry Street for the course of peach Ice cream and i in the Mrth.idw'i. ( '
cake.
f'r Mrs. F. entertained Wednesday the home of the president, Miss place Thursday afternoon of last Tuesday night Bridge Club. I ness and , '!.
C. Hollingsworth ,
: Woman's Club met week when Mrs. W. L. Wall Mra The one consuming most time I' ,,ran,
s'a! ':': \' at ,her home Thursday, afternoon In the club auditorium Madge Middleton. J E Wilson, Mrs. J M. Brown- Yellow and white Chrysanthemums in- !In eating refreshments was a-I I cle One 11.1 !hav"/ charg

t ) Nov. 8 honoring the fifth anniversary which was tastefully decorated Fall flowers, chrysanthemums lee, Mrs. Junlus M Smith and were used to advantage six tables warded a story book and Miss | program ,""'! 'h.,
r/;/: of her daughter Penny. with bowls of yellow predominating, were used in decorating Mrs 1. A. Davis entertained at the living rooms where Tables Vivian Hazen claimed the honor W. E. Middleton pr ldent
chrysanthemums. the Mlddleton home for informal tea honoring Mrs W. were placed ,for bridge. WiU PreuMARTIN'S
;v Indoor and outdoor wero an colorful sheets car- .. .. J
games - ..
were kept on - - - -
4 Dr. GarfIeld Evans Methodist this meeting -
r.'t T. Weeks, a recent bride. ------
p played and the center of attraction Missionary to Cuba led the devotional business rying out the fall motif.
1' I During the meeting,, The party was held at the beautiful
: ,{ was the beautifully decorated o Mrs. E. K. Perryman, o which was presided over by the colonial home of Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Silcox was givena

if';' birthday cake, Iced In pink and president of the club, presidedover president, Mrs. L. A. Davis and Mrs. L. A. Davis on West MadisonSt. box of dusting powder for high
,business session at which score at the end ot two progressions -
the
Mrs. O. L. Beasley were electedas from RESTAURANTFORMERLY
;'i: white with five green candles. The calling hours were
< time It was voted to send a crate delegates to the general con- of bridge with Mrs.i Arthur
four until six o'clock.ChrysAnthemums
17 The 18 young guests present were of apples as a Christmas gift to vention which will be held in I Holiday, as winner of second high,
j P d h given cups of tandy: which car- the'patenta/ in the Camp BlandlngHospital. Houston Texas next week. Mrs. Marigolds and receiving a bottle of toilet water, JOE'S GRILL
S ; rled out the pink and green color "r' E. K. Perryman and Mrs.'J. W. foliage In autumn colors were Mrs. ,J. R.. Wainwright .won' a

c t , scheme and, fav8rd 'of glass ani: The group also decided to Klnoald were' elected. : as alternates hall used, the In decorating two living rooms'the reception' and the game of bubble bingo bath.and was given a OPEN 6 A. M. TILL 12 P.
box: of #
change the time of meeting and '
r mals. Ice cream was served with dining room where the guests I
l
{ the cake. the December meeting will be Miss Middleton appointed the were entertained. j Mrs. W T. Weeks, a recent:
+ held at 3:30 o'clock in the after- linen hand
,, : committees bride, was presented a .
Mrs. Hollingsworth was assisted following : Cemetery, Greeting the guests at the door
f 't 1 by Mrs. James L. Hair of Lake noon.Miss Mrs. J, M. Brownlee, Mrs. O. L. and presenting them to the receiving kerchief.
q City and Mrs. E. Mazure. Lucille Mitchell, presidentof Haynes and Mrs. L. F. Chapman, line were Mrs. Davis and Following the games a delightful GOOD
the Junior Woman's Club and Courtesy, Mrs. L, G. Powell Mrs. salad course was served to the QUICK
r Mrs. Wilson. Mrs. Smith beaded
. .
,'. -" ..... .0 program chairman, presented Lt. Earl Johnson and Mrs. Louis Hill; the receiving, line and Introduced guests. FOOD
Paul Selben, violinist and Miss Finance, Mrs. J. E. Wilson, Mrs. her slster-in-law I Mrs. Weeks. Present with the hostesses were SERVICI
", Louise Stern, pianist. Lt. Seiben E. K. Perryman, and Mrs. Effie Standing with them were Mrs. R. Mrs. William Thomson, Miss Fran

accompanied by Miss Stern played Miner; Education and Southern A. Weeks, Mrs. Wm. LaMorte and Peek, Miss Lillian Sternberg, Mrs.
"Adieu" by Alard and "Canyon- Literature, Mrs. E. L. Biggs and Mrs. George Bennett of Jacksonville Elmo Struth, Mrs. Guy Sale, Mrs.S. .
j' etta" by D'Ambrosia. Mrs. W. G. Halle; Patriotic Activities also a slster-ln-law of the L. Peek, Mrs. Don Soquet, Mrs. REASONABLE PRICES
Miss Stern played Etude in E Mrs. L. A. Davis; Music honoree. Ralph Cox, Miss Della Rosenberg,
,' Major, Op 10 No._ 3 by Chopinan Mrs Lex Green and Mrs. A. Z. The tea table; placed in the Mrs. W. H. Graham, Mrs. 'Glen

I.: "Lento" by Cyril Scott. Miss Adkins; Publicity, Mites Amelia dining room, was overlaid with : Wood, Mrs. James Lewis, Mrs.
'I :Mitchell then gave an outline of Ray and Mrs. E. L. Matthews; a handsome white organdie cloth I Fred Guy, Mrs. W. T. Weeks, Mrs. FULL COURSE .
the activities of the Junior Wom- Custodian of Flags, Miss Olive appllqued in white handkerchieflinen Junlus Smith, Mrs. Richard Kldd,
an's club Ray; Hostess, Mrs. O. L. Beas 50c
and the centerpiece was a Mrs. Eldridge Smith, Miss Madge
The hostesses served refresh- ley, Mrs. W. J. Chandler and Mrs. silver bowl containing varied size Whigham, Mrs. Arthur Holiday, DINNEREnjoy

p 4 44tl X41 h.. 'y ments of dainty sandwiches and Hal Edwards chrysanthemums in -shades of yellow Mrs. Grover Alison Mrs. Joe
; Starts Iced tea. Hostesses for this meet- Mrs. Perryman and Mrs. Davis and white. This arrangementwas Scanlan, Mrs. J. R. Wainwright,
{ '
tl, 1'rt u ; Ing were Mrs. George Flynn, Mrs. made reports of the Florida Con- flanked by' lighted yellow Mrs Vernon Silcox, Miss Lucille
\ ? { 1 l The C. A. Futch, Mrs. K. G. Duncan vention held In Tampa recently, tapers In silver candelabia. The Mitchell and Mrs. E. L. Matthews. Good Food Served In
I':,' finest Mrs. L. S. Hutto, Mrs. Lemuel' giving the highlights of the meet- sliver tea service was placed at

't Colnon Mrs. R. C. Buford. Mrs. ing. I one end of the beautifully appointed -I Leonard Noegel Clean, Quiet SurroundingsGUY'S
,>w restaurant B E. L. Biggs and Mrs. A. W. An- During the social hour the hostess I table.Presiding s

.. derson. assisted by her mother, Mrs at the tea service Honored At Party

and bar W. E. Middleton, served a fruit during the afternoon were Mrs. s.__ _._,_._ _._u__________
Mrs. Schwab HonoreeOn salad course with hot tea T. J. Griffin, and Mrs. Edward Tuesday evening from four to
a.vb t six: p. m., Leonard Noegel en-
ll'ti Burns. Entertaining the guestsIn
f S, Birthday tertained his little boy friends
Ladies the dining room were Mrs.
f A AuxiliaryThe Brownlee, Mrs. H. M. Richards with a "Sitck Horse Party", at GROCERY & MARK
SIZZLINGSTEAK Mr. and Mr. A. W. Anderson Ecum Secum, the home of Mr.
t
entertained at their home Tues- Ladles Auxiliary of the and Mrs. H. C. Brown who were and Mrs. J. T. ulgley Mable
Presbyterian Church met at the assisted by Miss Joan Carpenterand on
i' day night with i a small dinner street..
party celebrating the 21st birthday Church Service Center Tuesday Miss Marian Brown. steeds for the occasionthe 225 S. Walnut St. Phone ij
by afternoon with eleven members Mrs. Earl Johnson and Mrs. E. Special
y )c LOBSTER I anniversary of their daughter. bronco, the thoroughbreds,
present.The L. Matthews also assisted the
i Mrs. Edward Schwab. vice president opened the hostesses in entertaining their I the racers, the slnglefooters, etc, Week-end SpecialsR
SHRIMP M The table was centered with a red, black, roan, and white, had
meeting with prayer and the Sec guests.!
p : low arrangement of yellow and retary's and Treasurer's reportswere Miss\ Margaret Ann Young, talented been procured and stood hitchedby Extra Fancy Blue Rose, 3 lb. box
i CHICKEN red chrysanthemums and tall their bridles awaiting the arrival -
read to the rendered
pianist, sev-
candles added, to the beauty of group. young of the guests. FLOUR 5 lb. Ballard _______._
After discussing several Itemsof eral apropriate selections duringthe
the room. The dust was soon rising around
business the meeting adjournedwith afternoon. IVORY SOAP Large Bars _____ _
the block and ,
With ,Mrs. Schwab and Mr. happy yells told
prayer by Mrs. J. L. West. Mrs. Weeks met her, guests
a .l B and Mrs. Anderson were Misses Mrs. Fletcher Burnette served wearing a gown of aquamarine that the boys were enjoying this IRISH POTATOES, No. 1, 10 Ibs. _
& Jean Davis and Violet'TownsendMr. age-old sport.
.
) For, tea. marquesite, faa h 1 o n e d with a
r : Pitch ball, hide and seek and GRAPES, Fancy Sweet California, lb.
r; /7't Connoi8. and Mrs. Weeks other games were played on the '
.
i 1a' / brightly decorated lawn., followedby SWEET POTATOES. Ibs. _____ __
Honored At Supper the opening of gifts!'' Latera

A4d is '.eura r supper of pigs In blankets and CELERY, Large Stalks _______.... .,,__
a (a;', v "'t 1* 0 Mrs. R.A'Weeks and Mrs. Wll- milk was served In the lovely out- "
....., .:
0/ lIam LaMorte entertained with an of-door dining room Then the QUALITY MEATS LOW PRICES
t" Informal ,buffet supper at the L ., .' -
Good Fooii Kingsley Lake home of the latter sweetheart..neckline The basque
'. Wednesday night in honor of If you can't'find who you're Hear W. P. Smith was quite bodice of'matching jersey had GRADE 'A' VEAL CUTLETS -_ 39ct!>

and Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Weeks. Guests looking for along Call Street- pleased with the "gift" presentedhim three-quarter length sleeves. ROAST SHOULDER _______ 29e ID35clb

were members' of the. young marred just try Green Cove Springs! .', at the Rotary Club Wednes- About one hundred and thirty CHOPS, Rib ______-__________
0 set, Seems as If our sister city is go- day on the occasion of his 78th guests called to meet the honoree
,
Drink much the hectic during the afternon. GRADE. 'B' BEEF
The table was laid on the sun ing through same birthday anniversary ? 'W. P.
I period that Starke did back In is an ardent addict of the
porch and was centered,with a "plug" SHORT RIBS OF BEEF _____ 15c lb
those days of late 1940 , Since that satisfies and takes a lot of
low floral arrangement- of bronze lb
BUY YOUR WOOD FRESH GROUND BEEF _____ -,- 25c
the announcement that Green good natured kidding about havingto
Chrysanthemums. Following a CHUCK ROAST ___________... 29c lb
atKELLY'S
window at
sit
chicken salad course, dancing was Cove will be swamped by the near an open
enjoyed. About 40 guests enjoyed Navy (with around 800 ships Rotary meetings, and also carry-
this occasion. parked In the St. Johns River) ing a trusty Maxwell House cof- YARD COUNTRY SMOKED SAUSAGE

? 1' t J the road has been exceedingly hot fee can In his automobile in lieu Phone 111

vb s 1J, rt ; t between Starke and Green Cove of a regular cuspidor . So Wed- FRESH

,yp a . One prospector reports bump- nesday, after they had presentedhim ANY'LENGTH PORK HAMS SHOULDERSPLACE
Ing into no less than eight or ten with a beautiful birthdaycake -
S'.t': Jl GET ACQUAINTEDWEEK Callstreeters d u ring a look-see his fellow Rotarians, with PINE OR OAK

l y' Dining OutTonight visit to the Clay County metropolis appropriate, ceremony, awarded AT CEILING PRICED. YOUR ORDER NOD'FOR
. Hear that Larry of Larry's him a rare pre-war Maxwell
? Place (Boomtown) was one of the House coffee' can . Some of G. Kelly 214.Thompson THANKSGIVING TURKEYS
r first to invest In Green Cove prop- the members vow that W. P. was ....

Have dinner here In a plitaaant erty and others are following suit, more pleased..with the coffee can
STARKE METHODIST even though folks over there ap than he was with the cake! . .
1 atmosphere where you know parently have never heard of ceilIng It seems that his old can had a-

t,, +! the food will be deliciously CHURCH prices Oh well, here's bout rusted out . ,

cooked and attractively served. wishing you luck, Green Cove! . .
NOVEMBER 18 30'J But one "boom" In a lifetime is Glad to report< that Billy Patrayis
,
enough to live .through, says I getting a discharge from the ,
>: . Air Corps and will be home short
T 7"
. Elise Jones .has ,
ly Joinedher ,
t, 't Ili c Coach Carson Geiger and Assist- aunt, Emma Chalker, In ser . //It .".;.
ant John Deas were thrown Into o vice club work'In Honolulu fly- >( .,,} .

quite a dither Wednesday after- Ing there recently by clipper .
or the first time in noon upon receiving a letter from Hear the Dave Levlpes, Elizabeth ,-,,;,,,",: 1 ",';.',,,,,,

many years there is Florida Naval Academy officials Hornick and Margaret Ann 1 . ..U.I'1't"'! < ,"
casually stating that since the Young enjoyed a fishing trip way 'I'!,'" - ;.
real ,cause for rejoicing "entire team" had, flu they down upon the Suwannee River' "

,this Thanksgiving.Guns wouldn't be able to play that little last Sunday . They report the ..;

are silent all over the o game tonight . The BUS fish exceptionally scarce, but the
I coaches were weeping and wailing scenery exceedingly beautiful ,. l -
5 tiXt'' ,,1 world. Tyrants have been dethroned with visions of a three or four Spied Elbert Edwards and his at-

t ; 1 the rights of peoples hundred dollar gate slipping a- tractive wife Ruth com lng'' in
yt restored. Our fighting men, way ; . The BUS band was also from Knoxville (her former home)
on the spot, having sold ads for last week-end ; Seems good to rntrodi
long deployed over the face another elaborate souvenir program ; have them back among us , .. . .

} 1 of the earth, are returning to t . Plenty of grief for t

Lii homes. and loved ones. Once everyone concerned .. And Nice to see Earl George back in the new ,
worst of all I.had. Invested In a town with after .
a discharge
again Peace reigns serv- ,
14 ; supreme. lovely new "spectator sports" with
This year, as never before, let which I was planning to dazzle ing several years In' the Coast !B la rlUJ.

us take full advtntage>::'*>f the the grandstand tonight t . t Guard . Glimpsed Gloria Green \-- .
Virginia Sewell, the T., J. Griffins .. '
t privileges whlcn Thanksgiving iOI., and a new method of im- :
Spotted an',Jotted John Henry Carrie Bitch, and Tommie '.
.', affords. It .ranks second McMillan back in town after all Rltch among those witnessing the :parting curl to the hair as a:

i in emotional interest only to these years . Melba Cox thril- 'style .
,
led over the' of Armistice Day parade In' Jax'- foundation . it borrows
prospect Ralph
birth
:M f{ ? the celebration of tne of coming home from the Pacific vllle !Monday e '.. ,, It's a boy for (from, the familiar routines,

QI t -the Prince i of/ Peaee. All soon f Paul Canova proudly Ros an' Jack Williams, born In .
credit to Him to'Whom credit cruising.around In the first new Gainesville last week. .' Haven't both, permanent waving and

._ is due. The earth is :full of Ford I've heard- t-anyone being heard the name as yet . Industrious ;:finger waving . creating a", '
v able to obtain . Buck McMil Hamptonites Helen Ad- ,
the goodness of the'Lord. Let .foundation curl that' added
lan back on Call Street after a kina and Ethel Mae Durling are gives -

,, us be thankful. tour of ,duty on the bounding lending their talents to Southern :. body to your hair ; s
I main . .. Jess Ricks home at Bell in after school hours . .
last from the ETO and hurrying Seems that Santa. Claus arrived
to get his discharge recorded . early in the Landrum household ,

CAI: IDFr.4-LF I:2: 's Bill Graham back from."a buying when Frank returned from a fly- .
trip to Atlanta Howell Nas- Ing trip to New York, laden with
worthy still slightly dazzled from gifts from the metropolitan marts

TilE.aU DRUG STORE .. sitting opposite a couple of big .. . .
,, --
4q flood lights at 'the circus last Fri

PHONE 64 -- ON TilE MINIT SERVICE day night . Yancy WJlliams Well . Guess that winds up '.
visiting along. Call Street , the little black book for this time I''

Starke Florida Billy Torode off to the State . So long . See you in the
eyH Farm Hospital Thursday to have next < . ". BEAUTY SALON:
A his tonsils out . Carolyn.

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of LOCAL NEWSr I Mrs. Carrie Ritch Is leaving Mr. and Mrs. E.
M.
' Davis, Mrs class will put on a complete review -
Sunday to
spend<< Thanksgiving Edward
Schwab and Miss Jean I I of their work. This will Include -j
I week with her son, Dr. Thomas
Davis
.
spent Saturday In Archer. showing the need for Christ, .t..t.i
U. Ritch
in Atlanta Ga.
,
James Hair and The Rev. L. D, Haines I la spend- Misses Patsy Keen and Sarah the plan for salvation, a Chris
r and Carolyn have reCity- l lag this week in Mount Dora. Sgt. Elbert M Edwards<< son Poythress visited their sisters, tian's pattern, the life of Christ, I.
hler their Ann home in Lake Joe Andrews of Mrs. Mae Edwards, waa discharged Misses: Barbara Keen and Eiice history of the early church and "
was called to Ala- '
d tC sometime with bama Friday and from service at Camp Poythress at FSCW In Tallahassee all four of Paul's Missionary
r spending Mr and Mrs. F. C returned this Beale, Calif., on Oct. 17. He entered last weekend.Mrs. Journeys. Their interpretations

parent. week.AOM service in 1940 and served W. H Rlddell who has are very good. The State YoungPeople's
npWo 2-c and Mrs Gordon 29 months overseas Since returnIng
leader this
Rollings- been a member of the BHSFaculty says chaptercontinues
James Weest
r, and Mrs spent Friday night with to the States he has been to be the best In the
have to left this week for Miami
Jim, gone Mi1. Weest's
and son aunt Mrs D. W. stationed In various
tJ1 in neldaTennBlB ., camps and Beach where she will remain while state and haa more high ranking
then home Moore. Mr. and Mrs. Weest with served In a First Aid Station in Ambassadors than otherchaptl'r i
be director of getting her passport In order so any
will their
James daughters Betty and Louise Salem, Ore. Before
re entering service in the State.
that she her
Home. may Join husband,
n ra Funeral are spending a 30-day leave with he was employed at the Station All
who Is attached parents are to be
V. to the American urged i
H.
his
S. Attorney mother, Mrs. T.
U F. Brown In Hospital at Camp Bland
;ui.unt! Mon- R Embassy in Holland. Mrs. Rid present with their sons for these I
Gainesville spent Hampton. He reports to as a civilian male
Macon
ht of nurse. dell meetings, their TOYS ARE ARRIVING'AT
Ga. la a sister of BHS Bandleader, as absence will be
{ offices of Knight Dec. 6. Mr. Weest
law served on ATTEND:
the GET
III ACQUAINTED A W, Bates. noted. This announcement Is
Mr. Knight hasreturned one of the i''
Ight here courtensaeola famed Underwater WEEK service Starke Methodist J. Fred made by Mrs. Clyde Priest. R. A. OUR PLACE ., '
from holding Demolition Teams who contributed Church, Nov. 1830. Guy manager of the Counselor,
for I the ,past twootere I ao much to Starke Coca ,Cola Bottling Co., "' "
victory clearIng
; I by Stephen St. John, ACM 2-c spent from We have received a nice assortment of lovely !
s. I harbors and ports. He was spent the'wel'kend with his Sunday through Tues Mr. and Mrs. Thomas and useful toys io delight the hearts of the ,, .
In par- day attending the annual
conven-
with TWO Tokyo during the surrender.Mr. .
take! aa nut ents horses life-like and
Mr. youngsters. Rocky dollts
I and Mrs. V. S. St. John. tion of Florida Bottlers of Car- ,
s.nes-FRIGIDAIRE, made and Mrs. Warren Perkins He is receiving his discharge from bonated Beverages held in the Honored At Dinner many other items to choose from. Select J

Gt.'liERAL MOTOfactslorw left Sa t u r it a y for Rochester, the navy today in Portsmouth, Hotel' Pennsylvania In West Palm yours NOW, while the selection I is good '
extra qual- Minn Mr. and Mra. R. C.
Thomas of
where
Mr.
goarantees Perkins will receive Va. He has been In seivice three Beach. .
Frigidaire product are worth further diagnosis and treat years and trained In Pensacola. St. Petersburg were guests of Use Our Lay-Away Plan _
peg-for! (Adv.) ment In the Mayo Clinic. After that he served In Oklahoma, Mrs. J, W White returned honor at a !dinner given at the
W. P. Monday after spending three home o f Mrs Maggie Norman
smith and aon Miss Cleo Norman has gone to New Jersey and Massachusetts
visit with S. E. Green Cove Mrs, weeks In Tallahassee with her Sunday, Nov. 4. It was a cele M
fpent a recent Springs to serve as W. B. Mundy and Mrs
son and daughter-In-law. Mr. and bration the occasion of Mr. MAKE
upon
S. C., and
|. In Swansea, temporary manager of the Western Archibald Johns returned Sunday
Mrs. George C. White. Mrs. Thomas' from the ,
discharge
L Smith in Orangeburg, S. Union office there. The office from New York City.
Li and Mrs D. E. Knight C'I I Is being enlarged to fill the de- Mr. and Mrs Junlua M. Smith White was accompanied home by Army after ten years of servicein STARKE AUTO SUPPLY n hf
Alaska
I her son and daughter-in-law, who the Aleutian Islands
Ijackixmville Monday to mands of the new Navy Installa and son Butch spent Monday In
spent Monday here with Mrs. G. and Okinawa.
I Paul, but due to weather tion.Mr. I| Jacksonville W. Alderman and other telatlves Mr Thomas awarded Your Christmas Gift headquarters
was the
% In New York all plane I and Mrs. C Foote of Win- Mrs Dewitt C. Jones, Mrs S. ,
Mr. T Dell and Mis Lee Dr. and Mrs. S. P. Vandivtere Presidential and Unit Citation
were cancelled. ter Haven spent the past week Graham of 211 EAST CALL ST.
t8 and son, Pitney, of St. Peters- and two bronze stars during his
ht Bald In a message to his with their son-in-law and daughter Gainesville attended the tea, honoring ,;
burg Mrs. Wilbur Marahburn and service. Mra. Thomas will be
remembered -
that he would have to Mr. and Mrs. M C. Ware. Mrs. W. T Weeks at the ; .._ . SIt
BMU baby of Tampa Mrs. Cora Marsh- here as Mlsa Rosa Mae -_, -.-- -- - '- --, = . _-- ,_.-' _._.. _
visit until later. He L. A. Davis home Thursday after ; ===== : : : ::::: ::" ===-=:: ::: ::3:1II
his Thomas .
none Ritch, who !IK a Junior Norman.
torn and daughter, Miss Mona
director for the Na- noon of last week, _
Kluctlon Interne at the Baptist Hospital In I Claire of Tallahassee recent Present to the
InJtork T. Frank Landrum were enjoy hall
Company returned
1 Broadcasting Atlanta Ga.. returned there Sun- after guests of Mrs. G. W Alderman. affair were MT, and Mrs. Eddie
spending ten days in New
City day after spending a few days Lt. Norman and II
York Murry Taylor Oakley ar- son Herbert and
IET A<:( t1.lNTF.JV' E E K, with his mother, Mrs. Carrie Mrs City.J, W. White has returnedto rived here Tuesday morning after Jeanette Jones and son Eugene of

ke !\feth"UMt Church, Nov. Ritch. Mr and Mrs. T J. Griffin her over two years of foreign service, Graham. Mr. and Mrs Gordon

ser\lcc dally. 10 a. m, Mrs. Ritch, Mrs. Robert E. time in home Tallahassee after spending some and is a guest at the home of Jones and daughter Carolyn, Joe SUN. MON. NOV. 18 19 k a

pOL Green, Jr., and Miss Virginia of her as the guest his wife's parents, Mi', and Mrs. Norman and daughter Joan of

!f, and Mrs. Earl Campbell are Sewell took him to Jacksonville. Mr. and son Mrs.and George daughter-in-law C. White. O. W. White Lt Oakley ex- Starke, Mrs Maude Proctor, Doro- "BLOOD the SUN" ltd

'ding a few days this week In Mrs. Greene remained over Mon Mrs. M. F. Brown and Mrs. J.W. pects to be discharged soon after thy, Marguerite and Maggie Nor- on
'al where Mr. Campbell is day with Miss Martha Lee Ryan which he and Mrs. Oakley will man of Gainesville, Earl Proctor,
ergolng medical I treatment. and Mrs. Ritch and Mrs. Griffin respective Kincaid homes will return to their go to Grenada, Miss. U. S Navy of Jacksonville, Juan- James Cnjrney and Sylvia Sidney I ITII'0

jr visited Mrs.'. Campbell'a par- went after her Monday afternoon. after spendingsome Mrs. Elmo Struth spent the ita Proctor of St Petersburg,
time In New York
and
( SHORTS NEWS
In i Palatka Saturday. Mrs. N T. Ritch has been I Harttoid Conn. week-end in Jacksonvile with rel- Laura Jackson of Jacksonville, AND
While In Con- ,
atives. Mr, and Mrs James Norman and -
spending some time with her t
mother, Mrs Floyd Green during necticut Brown's they brother-in-law were. guests and of sister Mrs., Let's get together, GET ACQUAINTED son Jlmmie of Starke. TUES. ."WEI). TIIURS. NOV. 20 21 22 ''

RADIOSREPAIRED Mrs., Gi'een's illness. Mr. Bitch Mr and Mrs. Sam Cornwall. WEEK: Starke Methodist :

spent Sunday night here. He is Mia T. T. Long spent Wednes- Church Nov. 1830. Services Mrs. Carden Elected "A ROYAL SCANDAL"Ann

working in Wildwood at the pres- day and Thursday in Uaconton, daily 10 a. m.. 7:30 p. m.
ent time. I Mr and Mrs. J, R. Wainwrightwere President of
Ga., with her mother, Mrs. W, T. t
Baxter Tallulah BankheudFHI.
.. W P. Smith' spent the day recently Jackson. among those attending the New Legion AuxiliaryAt

PROMPT: SERVICE with Mr. and Mrs F, W. Mrs. O. J. Griffin returned Sat- Ge-Fla. football game In Jacksonville 'U____.._ ___ _..._ u... _
Varnadoe and dau g h t e r, Mary to Saturday. a special meeting of the
urday her home In St Augustine M''
:
6DAHMER'S Lou, In Palatka. after a visit here with her Mrs Bill Sexton of Atlanta IH American Legion In the Hall SAT NOV. 23-21.

Mrs. R J. Davis spent several daughter, Mrs. E. L. BlggaMr spending some time here with her Tuesday night, Mrs.. Owen Ilowell "BOSTON BLACKIE'S RENDEVOUS"
SHOP days last week in Tallahassee and and Mrs. H. L. Biownlee aunt Mrs. Lois Johns. Friend( of Lake City District Presidentof
GIFT of Mi!!. Johns, popular operator at and
was accompanied home for the and daughter, Madge, will spend the Legion Auxiliary, was present ,
week-end by her daughters, Misses the Starke Telephone Co., will regret to perfect the organization of
110 EAST CALL ST. Sunday in Lakeland as guests of "SONG OF THE PRAIRIE"ALSO
Ida Lou and Marjorie Davis, who Mrs T. N Limbaugh. They will to learn that she fractured a local Auxiliary and to Install

are students at FSCW. be accompanied home by Mrs. J. her knee In a recent fall and la officers NEWS -r
now confined to her hme. Mrs V, II. Carden
E. Futch, who has spent sometime was unan-
Mr. and Mrs. I. P. Shepherd imously elected President with I
with Mrs. Limbaugh.Mr. .
were called to Groveland last Mrs. A. J. Thomas, Vice-president RITZ
and Mrs. Karl Johnson i TT
week because of the death of MrShepherd's Miss Carolyn Green,
N NAT SEZ i spent Armistice week-end in Orlando Secretary, I
brother, the Rev,
Miss
,, Lake Wales and other Fannyi Silcox, T r e saucer, !
) points of Interest in the state.B. James Evelett Shepherd. Mrs. 8.. K.Rltch, Historian, Mrs: SUN.MON.. NOV. 18 19"THREE'S
huntln' season next Mm. Elizabeth Hornick direc- C. H. Drillers,' Jr.; of Lake Butter ** III
Well, opens<< Knight left Thursday for his A FAMILY"
tor of the Starke USO, la attendIng I'
week and a lot of wive will be home in Moultrie, Ga., after a Chaplain, and Mrs. Tracy \' I
a four-day. conference In Atlanta Baker and Mrs Owen B. Baker Charles Ruggles Marjorie Reynolds ,
klftHln their husbands. goodbye fora visit here with his sister Mrs. .a
couple of months. Now I'jn W. J. Epperson, Jr. both of Keystone Heights aa Ser- ,SHOUTS AND NEWS "

not much In trailing birds. but I Rev. L. D. Haines is conductinga geantatarms.A. _
chase lit- Baptist R. A.'s Begin J. Thomas served as Toastmaster TUES. WED. TIIUKS. NOV. 20 21 22 '
do like to get out: and a study course at the Baptist '

tle golf ball around. The only Church In Mt. Dora this week. "Focus Week" EventsThe for the meeting'an(1 S. E. "INCENDIARY BLONDE"AND ,
thing my wife say you can't eat Attending the circus In Jack- Bitch led the group In familiar ,'t :

a golf' ball. sonville last week-end were Mrs. Royal Ambassadors of the songs. Robert Green, American SHORT

K. G. Duncan and children, Mar- Starke Baptist Church will have Legion Commander, gave the welcome -

garet Rose and Kaspar, Mrs. T. i their annual Focus Week beginning address and the responsewas FRI. SAT. NOV. 23 24 t
T. Long and sons, Tom and Dave, next Sunday, Nov. 18. given by Mrs. Carden. Mra. 1)011131.1': FEATURE I I
Howell Installed the i
Mrs Guy Sale and daughter, The program for the week Is as new officers.
Linda Kay and niece, Clair Jean follows: Sunday 7:30: p. m "R. Following the business session "STAGE COACH TO MONTEREY"and I

isit Mundy Mrs. L F. Dinkins and A. Mothers In the Church"; Mon a barbecue prepared by Van H. Jf
i t Our I Infant andhildren's Carden
1 was
enjoyed by those
daughter, Joan, Mr. and Mrs. R. day, 2:30 p. m.. Regular R. A. I present.

A Green and children, Buzzy Meeting; Tuesday. 7:30: p. m., R. I _ "MIDNIGHT MANHUNT"ALSO { '
Lou, and Bill, Mr. and Mrs. J. R. I
A. and Father's Banquet, sponsored -
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Wainwright and children, Mary by the Brotherhood; Wed-
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Katherine and Lou
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\INFANTS Jean Mrs. E. L. Matthews and A.'s and their families are requested -

daughter, Mary Agnes Mr. and to be In the Baptist -

Mrs. Barney McRae and children, Church Sunday evening when the Two-Burner Oil !

S Dresses > Betty, Barney, Vivian, Marian and pastor has arranged a* special Heaters._ e e '

I Prissy, Delano Thomas, Miss sermon. .
Anlce Green and Mr. and Mrs. Sunday night five of the olderR. Also

Sweaters Junius Smith and sons. A. Boys will receive their Coun
Mr and Mrs R. A. Green and selor's Degtfce. .These \1ill be

Misses Carolyn and Anlce Green Billy Miles, Charles Mooney, Lewis COAL & WOODHEATERS I

S Overalls # attended the Georgia-Florida foot- Haines and Van and Dan

ball game In Jacksonville Satur- Priest. These boys are the first

) day afternoon. ever to receive this degree In this
Hoods ,1' Mrs. S. L. Peek, Miss Frances Church and It la a great honor. g.

..r.S Peek'S. L. Peek, Jr., and Lt. and From now on they will be recognized
;\ Mrs. Donald Soquet spent last as counselors.
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T01tMBF.R BRADFORD COUNTY TELiCORAPn STARKE FLORIDA
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,. Donald and Bobby, attended the -----------

circus In Jacksonville Friday a . 00 a . a . in Lake BuUer Sunday.Mr. First StrawberriesT

iffTEYJL Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Bradley at- and Mrs. H. D. Starlingand h
tended church In Nassau County Heilbronn daughters were visiting In first ripe strawberries c" rti c

Monde Crews Sunday. Lake City Sunday. brought by the office this
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. . . Rev. Jr. O. Raulerson, Com a a e a . .a a Mr and Mrs) Purvis Green and came from Mrs. A, L. Sullivan's ?s
modore Crews Audrey Crews and children were visiting relatives In 7.000 plant patch in There sa.

Carter Madeline of MaxvlUet Grif- Mrs. Myrtle Van Zant were visitors E 1tQi} s fME1 0 p : IIONAI.K LAMAR CLKMONS Jacksonville Sunday. :Mrs Sullivan said she has had a tea
t t of Miss at the State Farm Honpital. Ronale LaMar demons, the' Mr. and Mrs.: Russell Norman few each week for several weeks .'
Mrs. R. Land ; Mrs. J. O. Raulerson la on the youngest son of Mr. and Mrs. R. attended the singing convention in now but not enough to pick for k 'd
rrY navis,Myrtle Van- sick list this week L. Clemens, died Sunday, Nov. 11 Green Cove Springs Sunday. market.

Sirs State Farm Mrs. Nancy Starling and child- In the State Farm Hospital. Rou- 9.
re at the and Mrs. ren, Mr. and Mrs. L. P. Rafuse ale was born July 26, 1943. aasmri... t t
'J on business Mr. and Mrs. L. W. page and Funeral aerv I Ices were held

spent Wednesday morn- Mrs. Fuqua were visiting Mr. and Tuesday afternoon at 3:00: o'clockat 1\ From where I sit..6y Joe Marsh
arke Mrs C. R. Crews Sunday afternoon the Dyal Cemetery.
CrewS Thursdaya business Surviving are his parents, Mr. -'
arks morning. Mm Bell Bradley of St. George and Mrs. R. L. demons a

1 purle' 'hi home fromd Ga., was In LAwtey on business brother, Eugene, a sister, Shirley, Only one side to our
is visiting his mother Monday, and was accompaniedhome his grandparents Mr. and Mrs.

by her daughter, Mrs. Laura W C. Clemons and a host of relatives railroad tracks t:
River and friends. .
,KellY was In New Hathawy. Lcs q ;
I Mrs. Leon Dryden of Jacksonville
business.J
1 on and Junior Page Orin Weaver of Leesburg spent Folks who are better off In our heroes have come from obscure
was visiting
her k
sister, Mrs. '
starke Crews Friday. |Ie. R. Crews Monday night and fl Sunday night with Mr. and Mrs. town live on the west side of the homes . and greatness has .
: O. L. Underhill. overshadowed wealth and ahal- r
Id Sir L W- Page, Mr. with Mr. Dryden and Mrs. Perry' '' "' railroad tracks.We've got a lake '
[ L, p Rafuse and child- Davis were. at the State Farm I ta..w.wwn.wla. Mr. and Mrs. F. B. Clark and there, and the local park, and low social definitions. '
and (foAnn attended Monday. family and Mr. and Mrs. Russell Borne real nice land. From where I sit, It all cornea

fark' onville Friday Carter and family spent theweekend Tllereusedtolf"tJphra8o"front clown to tolerant . tolerance s

at Horwshoa 'on' the the wrong Hide of the tracks." It for what a man Is nnd does . .

.d Mr! I q) C Kelly and Bu7Wai'' Bonds | Gulf meant what you think . but tolerance for his freedom and ?!h
David and Wendell, Mrs. [ :Miss Nad In Melvin I 1& in the you don't hear It any more. Xot opinions, whether ho's rich or eft

ijonias Mrs. Frances State Farm Hospital. We hope since CharU.Jf'nkh'lI homo poor, likes beer or elder, Bhnke-
and 'hlldrsn, C. W., TO 11.13'JUST she will be well soon. with the Purple Heart, and VU"Jear. or the comic section. It's Bi

Mr, and Mrs. Charles Crewsof lie Wells got the Silver Star. a great thing-tolerance!

Jacksonville spent last weekend There Isn't any "wrong side") of
with their parents, Mr. and the railroad tracks now!
Mrs. G. A Crews and Mr. and
RELEASED . Mrs. D. Is Knight, And that change Is going on 80J tllaMd.all (
over America. .where our
\ .. Pfo Jake B. Edwards Is homeon r
I Portable ?eewxwee .wboswwl )
a 30-day furlough. He has M)
I United Stasis Brewers Foundation Ir
. Come Ye Thankful People, Come been stationed at Camp Hood, Copyright. JW5.

Iron StovesUseable (See Recipes Below) Texas. lie will report back to
Cast Topless Fort McPherson,' Ga., on Dec. -_.:--- --I.:-. ..---.- -_:::.::'- ---- M IrkA:: --. .-..- .:--: fl
Thanksgiving! 6.
\ as 'FIREPLACE GRATES Lynn Chamber Point-Savins! Elizabeth McCarthy spent Sunday

and BARBECUE GRILLS Traditional Thanksgiving turkey MenuThanksglv with Margaret Norman. NEW
may this year give way to roast Judge and Dick Starling, Jerry,
chicken, but the lag Dinner Vernon and Travis Morgan Harley -
RE-WAR QUALITY 24"xI2"-9' HIGH feast can have all Chilled Cranberry and Orange Keene, and Pete Parrish went

the spirit of those Juice for a bicycle ride through the ,
22.50No. you have had In Wafers State Farm Sunday.Mr. .

, _._ e. former years.Though Roast Chicken : and Mrs. II. C. Edwardsand
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your Celery Stuffing Gravy family of Jacksonville were 9elara )

[ 7 National Pressure Cooker meal elaborate may, be every less Baked Sweet Apples Potatoesand visiting Mr. and :Mrs. H. L Ed- V ,
wards and Mr. and Mrs. J. N. f
17.80COLEMAN& food can be doneto Squash Puff Broccoli Norman.
a turn, the frills may be just as 'Hot RnlisPumpkin
. Mrs. E. L. Sweat and baby, i
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of Alma Ga.
are visiting Mr. .
Relishes Sauce
to a new height. : "Cranberry ,
AMERICAN and Mrs. C. D.
Let the charm of your dinner lie Olives. Celery Pope. New ShadeRflDinnT w.
Mr, and Mrs. P. D. Reddish Lipstick
In Its simplicity. Get the most out Rec.'pcs' Given. _
GASOLINE LANTERNS of your food and prepare it to deli- and family and Mr and Mrs. --------\'I 1'1///' ___ ,
ciousness. The same vegetablesthat Drew Reddish went to Cedar Keys RED: 4
6.90 to 9.28 you had with turkey can go Thanksgiving dinner: Saturday. They returned Sunday.Mr : i 1
with chicken-if turnip puffs or corn Cranberry Sauce : and Mrs Tate Alvarez -z-xs1XNC II \
pudding or squash or sweet potato 3 cup. cranberries spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. matching rouge, tool ,
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Other Items Just Received and apples are a tradition In your 1)4) cups sugar II. L. Edwards.Mr. t

family. 1 cup hot water and Mrs. Freeman Hodges T. give your lip. unforgettable beauty ttiar oil men cherish, y>. Clara' Harrl
Put berries, and water Intt
Prepare your chicken with the sugar and family were visiting Mrs. facial tavellness '
a saucepan and let stand for 5 minutes daring now liprtlck .h"c//.. Radiant .d And to decent your
GALVANIZED WIRE CLOTH same care you would give turkey Then cook 8 minutes. Remove Klzy Anderson In Keystone In complete color harmony u.. Clara Harris gouge to march. Sh,other shades .!
and it will look as nice and taste Heights Sunday.Mr. ram
from and let stand I 1 far color o... At Drug Stores only.
COAL GRATES Just wonderful. Its easy enough to range and Mrs Joe Thomas and every -typ. costume of .cca
minutes, then cook for another I I
truss chicken properly so that it Miss Lillian Thomas were visiting -
5 and 10 15 SYRUP CANS will look nice. Here's one way of minutes. Cool and serve with roar Henry Thomas in Dublin Ga.

doing it:.. fowl.Now Mrs. Ola Perkins spent Sunday KOCH DRUG STORE .I.IUvw Ii
for the vegetables. You wll
GARDEN RAKES HOES, AXES Trussing Chlc'ken.Insert with Mr. and Mrs. Kirby Crews.
probably have several kinds in mint
trussing needle through Mr. and Mrs. Troy Norman and
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body of chicken below knee Joint and such as'Baked :Sweet Potatoes and Apples family were visiting her parents _.:: -._ :--_ --- -- """' __-.. ...: ---_ --: .__ _..__ ;_:.- i I

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through wings. Tie tightly to hold t large tart apples jra r Ir 111 Img A A r1 Ir ire .tiM rl d r1 1r. BII r Ir DI rl I .

wings close to body. Stuff neck 2 large cold cooked sweet potatoes D
J. B. Carlisle, Owner opening of chicken with stuffing and !/t teaspoon salt "" .

other tuck neck piece skin of cord under, and cord.insert Use nee-an- 2 M i tablespoons cup corn or margarine maple syrup ''I Looking for a Job ? Try r rl ,

Stuff
dle through legs' rear joint. Core, pare and cut apples ir
body cavity and truss opening with 'slices. Saute each slice In margarine D .
truss plus or cord. Draw cord from until nearly

|e f r eslh legs around tail piece and tie legs w soft, browning the
down close to body. 1
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The stumng Is just as Importantas U, Cut potatoes Pulp & Paper
the chicken Itself. Have It not l 1 Into rather thick 1r

ur winter wardrobeA too soggy: not too dry, and well seasoned /y 1 I "slices with salt sprlnkli and r

'Celery Stuffing- place a slice ol
1 cup finely chopped celery fried apple on the side of each po
1 tablespoon minced onion tato. Arrange in a shallow baking : America's 6th Largest Industry '
1 tablespoon minced parsley !
dish, pour syrup over all, dot will
1 tablespoon \butter or fat butter. Bake to hour in a moderate I

}4 teaspoon marjoram oven until potato absorbs syrup. 1
( "4, teaspoon celery seed 1
1 Two-Hour Rolls.Makes ,
s Salt and pepper ( 12 to 18 rolls) 1 JOBS IN THE WOODS __ N
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Water or
1
yeast cake
25> cups bread crumb. W cup lukewarm water :.
ee Cook celery onion and parsley in 3 cups all-purpose flour, sifted II
A fat for a few minutes. Add other 1 level tablespoon sugar }
'M1 : Ingredients with enough liquid to 1 teaspoon salt rr
I hold together and make dressing 2 heaping tablespoons lard t s
; slightly moist. M cup milkDissolve !
Roast Chicken. yeast cake In lukewarm I

4 to S pound roasting chicken water. Mix dry ingredients, work. :
Salt (Ut toi, teaspoon per pound) ing in lard as for .

Stuffing pie crust. Add ri 11 :11 O ,
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\;y ty' r 'y''c Singe chicken, clean, wash and mixture to make .A WOODS WORKEXS HAULERS TRUCKERS-HCIfERS LOADERS .
dry. Rub inside with salt Stuff dough. Turn onto
lightly with celery stuffing and truss. floured 'board
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JOBS IN THE MILLS
Rub surface with unsalted fat. Place and knead well. :: E

on rack In an uncovered roaster, Roll and cut into
breast up. Cover with layer of fat any shape. Let 'I '
/Rot from body of chicken, then with s rise 2 hours. Bake n
clean cloth dipped into melted,, unsalted -; 20 minutes In a .
fat. Roast, uncovered, in a hot oven (429 degrees),
slow oven (300 degrees) until ten- Your choice for dessert may bea .
4
A der, basting occasionally with drip pumpkin pie, or perhaps an old I
9. } x x pings. Season with additional salt fashioned steamed pudding with

when half done. lemon sauce: .
Remove cloth near end of roasting Steamed PUddl l'.
period and allow to brown. A (Serves 6)) .
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4 to 9 pounds requires
chicken weighing 1 bread crumbs
cup
30 to 35 minutes per pound to M cup sour milk I YARD WORUKS BEATER ROOM WORKERS MECHANICS LOADERS HANDLERS 1 ,t trl

roast. A smaller chicken 40 to. 45 H cup shortening ,
minutes per pound. H cup sugar I And many other opportunities for skilled and unI
A full of clothes is of value to Cranberry Sauce has a place with )i teaspoon vanilla '
Un they no you all fowl. and especially in the 1 egg skilled workers in an industry with no reconversion 1 {
are for Instant To
get t the fullest enjoyment ready out of the use.winter H W teaspoon cup sifted baking floor sods ':I ) r problem and a great peacetime future. 1

(ler months clothes!' and the fullest use out of your win- Lynn Says: H teaspoon nutmeg :r Apply U. S. Employment Service
have them cleaned today. We ;J4 teaspoon cinnamon
eve
;he equipment and the experience neces- Conserving Fuel: You'll not H cup raisins

Jhto Ldo a real job on all' Items. We treat only be saving on your own fuel J4 cup chopped outs 1 4. Cut Isis out- Mail it to a serviceman, War
:: according toils own special re- bills but also co-operating with Soften bread crumb. in lour milk. 1i1
II worker or anybody who is looking for a t teady
hiretnents if save
government requests you Cream shortening and sugar until
and
fresh
return It to clean, ,
end ready for instant you on cooking heat. Here'i how: fluffy. Add vanilla and blend. Beat job at good wages. U
entire wear.- Rejuvenate your When using oven, plan to cook egg and combine with milk and I
wardrobe today! several items InI\ at once. Meat crumbs, then add to first mixture. ili.l.rl.r1.. . .r-clan- ems.

and vegetables, and even hot Sift dry Ingredients and spices, add 11\
bread and dessert can all be raisins and nuts and combine with VICTORY :
PULPWOOD COMMITTEE O$Q3J222E3H1.TIJ1HTI
cooked In oven. It's poor econo- first mixture. Steam for 1 hour la /
my to use both oven and surface a greased mold. ,

STARES DRY CLEANERS heat to get a dinner together. // you sans luxar-tavinf uiggtitiont, L. D. Vining, Hal Edwards Lester Kite,
Food should be ready for oven write to Lynn Chambers,/IT 11 turn JVeu> '
Nt at the same time oven is correct paper Union :HO South Uttplamn Hogan Smith, Tyler Jones J. K. Douglas

LAUNDRY STARKE, temperature. Do not keep open- Strut, Chicago. Illinois no,,', target L. T. DYER Chairman
and FLA. ing oven door to see "how things to melon m stamped ulfaJilrtmJ
coming along." envelops for your reply. DON'T WASTE PRECIOUS TIME CUT TOP QUALITY WOOD1I"'t
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L real curate Interests In the north- CiAiIiiE'nHOUSE :

Hampton east section of Hampton.

It Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Corne- t\f.RE'S ANOTHER#
Mn. M. C. -- -- -- -
Ily Sweeney
'\ 1'' o HIM of Pearson Ga., spent the
:1 week-end as guests of Mr. and FOR SALE Copenhagen Market
\ cabbage plants., f ii.60 per M.- .
.'l wt 4 I Mrs. J. T Guy and J Emory Guy Mrs. G. P. Wadsworth. FOR SALEFive I r Carl Johns Store It Tireston.4
Mrs. Doris Hicks left Thursdayfor
attended (the wedding last Friday I y
Williams Portsmouth. Va., where she room and bath clt lII'd- FOR !SALE: _Minnesota. Model C
of Miss Carrie Lou
evening
j. sewing machine, In first lass. .
if.' h of Keystone Heights and Lt. will Join her husband Pvt. Woodrow In nun porch. Completely fur- condition $40. K10 East MadlBunSt.

S,, '' Edward A. Tlmmons of Boston, Hicks who is awaiting a nlnhed with all modern con- !: Up
medical discharge at the Naval irnlenccH. Gas, electric automatic > 4JFT
!' $ 4 Mass.. at Crane Hall in Gaines FURNITURE FOR SALE _. Three I1U
ville. Mrs Wallace Joplin of Lake Bane Hospital there. hot water heater' and rooms, fair condition, reasonable. .
,y /KM heating stovea.' Located in $126. Phone islanding 967 be.wren .
of
1 I... 11 City who was matron honor 2 and 6pm. except Hat ,|
returned with her mother, Mrs. Singing ConventionThe heart of town at 328 W. Cull urday and !Sunday: Ask for Mr. Expertly Mado . Beautiful Colonial
,4, is 1 Guy for a brief visit St. Inquire Jack Frledler, Rog/ Betty !Smith.: UP Design
er' Jewelers" ISO E. Call St. I
Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Meade Bradford County Singing *
t FOR SALE-30- cr. strawberry and
!I.I /' of Oak Hill spent several daya last Convention will meet with the vegetable farm with I modern
c MATTRESSES' of all kind "-
renovated -
tone block house. 19 bearing
Mamie First Christian Church of Starke !!!\
Mrs.
l I week with his mother ; furniture upholstered and pecan In Hellbronn Springs
.( Meade.and sister Mrs. W. W. on the 4th Sunday Nov. 25 at 2 reflnlshed. Drop us a card section. 11'.1 i .0 will veil Clreen j
HASTINO8 MATTRESS CO., PO*
!Simpson furniture, Child's
Hicks. I p. m. Everyone Is invited to at- : sugar cane
280 Palatka. Fla. tt Home farm Implement. and other i
') 1'I Mr. and Mrs Roy Starr left I tend. article Earl Crawford Hte. 2,
Box 77. Htarke :Kla. Up ADLE.an '
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_
'; ? ,' last week for Tampa where, they I - _
y': will make their home. Opens Daytona OfficeT. 30 ROOMSCABINS WANTED TO BUY- International CHAIR -
; -
cultivator 1II', Wiggins New ? <<; SET .. -- -
.) ,, Frederick Watt erson arrived River. Itp
Frank Land local attorney -
rum.
\ '' home after receiving hill ANDKITCHENETTES I "
lr\ Thursday '
1 is opening an additional office FOR SALE-Ford 41 Super Deluxe $ .95
".: : discharge from the Coast Guard. club coupe with 6 good tires, I
In the Riviera Hotel at Daytona boater good motor clean upholetery -
He has been on foreign sea duty
v r .
; .
1 Beach and will divide his In excellent condition. .
r for month and his many friends in Gas Heat Gas Cooking Private owner. 23.000 miles. $1150 r .
/ time between his practice '
Apply Mrs Struth Lake City
I
,, n 3, AI +I f 3 1 t l are glad to welcome him home Starke and Daytona. LightsCompletely rou.I. !'Starke, Fla. 11-16 Zip Lovely clear-Lnlshed wood fast toned
J again.
1 ; Into ft sturdy set of beautiful design. Q _-
FOR SALE-41 Glider Trailer, also
"
: M 4 3 ( ';i 4 Miss Barbara Home, who 1M a /Y' 4'UK,' 'I'IT 4'0' IIT. \UKOHIt m InANtEIIY. .- Furnished ,,'40 .4-door Plymouth. E. F. The table top made of muonito, Is
"o"'II'r.OIlIUAI
bR t }, Freshman at FSCW In Tallahassee : Miles. 304 N. Walnut St. UpFOR -
iL the week-end with John'It'Cole.. Plaintiff v.*. Carolyn SALE-1H lot with pecan 0x26 Inches. Notice '''the'. cute
+ spent Book A Room Ahead treed, near school.-Sue Mrs. J. E. "
I ,
I fane No 4l 2iOimUlt Windsor-stylo chairs.
and Mrs. J, W. Cole, Defendant ;
: ""f : her parents Mr. ; Ormond State Farm Road at
Home. NOTU-R OP PUBL.ICATIOVAN1 TO APPRAKHTATII For 'Wife Or Parents Lake St. 11-16 2tp

Kl. )Kir>A to: Carolyn .
OF
Alatlne FOR SALE!:-Pen-raised and butter '
Karl Van
and Mrs '
f Mr. Cole! wine. residence and addles milk fed turkeys. for Thanksgiv :;r---. See Our Many OtherBeautiful
and family who arrived from IM unknown. LARRY'S PLACE ing. E. E. Waadln Waldo Fla.
r kN visit hU You are hereby required to at Up and Gifts/
to
; Michigan recently park pear on December Id, 1946, In theutiove Toys
1000 Feet From B Gate
t + : ents. Mr. and Mrs C. Van Alatlne named Court and taue, FOR SALE-Small Farm Home-
y have left for Cocoa where they wherein plaintiff weeks. divorce. KINGSLEY LAKE convenient. to the .city open ren..e.Nln. ,
Bradford. County Telegraph shall _'_ _-.:_, tenths of mile to postofflce.
I Intend to locate. publish this Order In next four One hair block from city limit.

M Mr. and Mrs. Henry Guy andJ weekly Witness Issue. my hand and official Light Fenced and cultivated water (rood large oak soil., 1=55 BUY ON OUR CONVENIENT LAY-AWAY PLAN

Iti + von David of near Leesburg" spent Meal at Htarke, Florida' this November LIST YOUR FARM, CITY AND bearing. pecan and pear tree and
: .
1'' j 1 , Thursday with Mrs. Ann R. Guy. ( 9.[.1946.rFFiCTA HHAL) A. J. Thomas. BUSINESS PROPERTY . Cone grape Three vine Friend Outhouse Barber Wm.. Shop.F. ,

qty { ,, Sgt. and Mrs.: George Ropp have An Clerk of said., Court. 11-18 Stp
11. K. Peirytnan, !Starke.: Florida' ASI
In their
M left for a 15-day furlough 1
( Atty. fur Plf. 11.16 4t 12-7 HAVE!: IT FIXED Many, little
1 home In Rock Pa. They were SELLS! ALGn.teat things are breaking up around ,
accompanied by their son, George ""N cinniT (:;;;;T. tufonn cIt!/ STROUT hSTATI2 the house these days that you J. P. ROBERT'S MOTORS
+ 1'01'\1'1".LO.UUAoI IN tlll* advertiser conn. would replace If you could get
4 ; ? them. This 1 I. ,
Jr.W. CKH*. try property tin* mad* over Impossible but
H. Maxwell and son Bruce 1 Frances. T. Mlnnon. Plaintiff vs.. ttAOO stale of Home*_Karma_ maybe I can fix It. Ask for 600 Temple Ave. STARKE FLORIDANOTICE
John C. lilnHon. Defendant. Case Ae... ;.. Buyer from all over the Frank" at Telegraph Office tf
have recently been visiting In No. 4173OIlDCIt. World Free open II....... --
----- ---- -----
:Jacksonville.Mr l OF PUTtLICATIOff E.
A.STROUT REALTY AGENCY
AND NOTICES I TO APPEAR
and Mrs. D. Y, Saxon have STATE OF FLORIDA I to: John C.
hud as guests this week. Mr. and Hlnson, .whose residence and address Represented' Locally By
.{a . J. K6\ Queen Htrect, Charles F. C. IIOLLINGSWORTII
p/ t { Mrs. Ernest Morris of Everglades ton. South Carolina.You '
(; Miss Ernestine Morris and Miss are hereby required to appear 116 So. Walnut St.
$
on Dei-ember. 17th. 1H5. In theabove 4
Gloria Butler of FSCW. Talla- .
named Court and c au. e,
hassee and Verda Wall of Pom- wherein' plHlntlff seek. divorce. SPENCER' SUPPORTS Individually
v Bradford County Telegraph shall designed Mrs Bertha Pearce 306
I pano. publish this. Older In next four Went Madison St. 741.4tpTWO
Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Hunter and weekly' Issue
Witness my hand and officialseal APARTMENTS vacant, 4
I ? mall son Dickey of BushneU at Htarke. Florida .this No- rooms., also 2 rooms. Latter reserved -
pent Thursday here visiting I vembor 14, 1946.OFFI'iAi. for service. man' wife who
( SEAL) A. J. Thomas, will assist me with housework. a
y friends I All Cl..rk of said Court. few hourH a week.-Mrs', C. C.
Ralph Plersall of Michigan left ''T. Frank fjondrum !Starke, Fla. Wynn Brookrtde' Farm Apartments
+ i Atty.. for Plf. 11-16 4t 127iv 2 ml. out E. Call St. Adults
L iI I "nl)". 11.t Zt

-- I cntr IT roi'HT.FI.OHIU4I. BlttllrO11DQOUaq'Y.
: '' l1 t'II.l Y.C 'ANTED-Two' rood finish car- I Ipenl..r.
; III Y. .. U. \\'. Prlngle., P. O. Box
W.C.T.U.TKt'B Charles "'. Uresette, Plaintiff, vs. 97, l.eeaburgFla.. Phone 168. tf
Mary I.. Illfoxtte. Defendant Case I
No. 4190. PINK WOOL>-14 and 24 In. lengths
O'UF.n' OF PUBLICATIONAND -W. LJ Mobley opposite Twin
FRKKDOM: IS INSIDEr NOTICE TO APPEAR Pines on Ralford Koad. 11-9 2tp
It'n P Edwin R. harts 8TATR OF FLORIDA to: Mary

'!t r 1 j ,. ( CHAPLAIN.".*. us.vn. ) L.address Kreaette. .Maine..Is.:.,209 hose"8ewnll' residence.Street Augusta and- 1'01RENT electricity and farm ,nix OR fruit mile SALE_ *and!'-below Small pecan Htarke.house, on! I Have Sold My Holdings

In an age when we have reduced You are hereby required to appear hard road near school. John W.
December 17th,"l.4j' In
+ 1 '' the meaning of human on ; the Napier' Box 968 Green COT
.
above named Court and c.a u s Springs Fla. ...
.
11-9
l . personality to bank balances 'I wherein plaintiff seek. d'v..II.ratlt",1 8tp '"
t County Telegraph shall FOR RENT-Two ,
r ( ti #Hale contract, and jolts), we publish thin Order, In next four rooms, 1 single furnished and 1 double bed.

t ( are likely" to overlook the factthat weekly .IssuesWltnOHs... Heaxtmable, two minutes. walk
I my hand and official from business.
lili-alt, aaplratlonx, andhOJ section 118 South *
'( seal a( t-tlark"'J Florida' this November Cherry St. 11.9
+' >f'1I are really the important 1IUD.: Zip

i thing' in life. They matter I' (OFFICIAL t4l Ar.) A. J. Thomas, FOR SAL.tr: Stucco house. 2-story i
l ,
AH Clerk of
'r 1 said Court well built. Uood Income properly in Fla.
much! Lawtey
j T. Frank: I.andinni, Starke. PIn. and a nice place to live, only 4
\\liy build these rlllrw Atty for Plf ii-is 4t 12-7 year old, 3 suites and 2 extra _
I/lorlOU"1 I.'Y rooms, large lot. Includes house .
1 l If man unhulldml gt (utciir <<' 'r. 111<.< 4IFO11D trailer) always rented, beautifully {I ,

Fy : h% In! vain HI' build the world I I ('nll' +11'IY, PI.OIIIDAIv. I Y Unless' the builder auto ''', ":,,
,** Mabel Whit. Plaintiff VH Charlie oral Delivery atarke, Kla Itp '' /
9 ; ty grow" White, Defendant. OHDKft, o WANTED-White) and colored :
'F' PUBLICATIONAND labor
7l + 4 + + It IM In the realm of the NOTICE TO APPEAR for general. crate mill work.

Rql , IG" hnniiin spirit that mankind STATE OF FLORIDA to: Charlie Ample house Nocatee-Manatee" '
c + White, whose residence. and ad. Crate Company. ll. 2t /
s must build the better world. dress. IM: Southwestern State Hospital. 'The
h Iy ,'4) 'p First a man must b, at peace. Marlon Virginia farm to 0. S. McCay.

w, with himself. before l he U at You are hereby required to appear FURNISHED HOUSE "
er ' I on December 17th. 1046 In the
} l peace with biN frllowman. The above named Court and c a u H e, FOR RENTS
future must give more wherein plaintiff seek. divorce.
,
? Bradford County Telegraph shall. \ .
tion to what ROT on aitt'D.1 publish. thin Older In next four bedrooms, living room, kitchen ", , ,
v human mind. weekly Issue. divine room.screened porch,

thought will quence the seal Witness at Starke. my hand Florida and, this official. November bath room--on Klngnley Lake ,::>
spirit. Always) "he who dwells 11, 1945 adjacent to Camp Mantling. ; t" :
1 (OFFICIAL nL
In the neffllble will find hlm- A* Clerk of said )Court.A. J. Thomas, Suitable for 2 families < '

i nl 7 .Brit on the way to nothlngThe T. Frank [Landrum atarke. Fla. '
v. ., Atty. for Plf. 1H6 4t 11-7 Inquire Veteran' ''Locker Club,
.. 1 :
nt. "" 'Cu
Business
adjacent to Camp Blandlng, and home to 14 1-

times) df'mandItJve., NOT ICit! highway 48 B Gate route >. .
1; 'i' ''Sti' t 4 f ;1 T crnutUe, constructive thinking; TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: till up ' \ %
This I III to certify that on the noon daily and after 6 p. m.
4 In our hearts and heads" we 17th day of December 145. I will
'"' shall determine what happens) apply to the County Judge of ;< I tin i A. McSwain. .
Bradford County to sail at private WANTED TO BUY-1 small tilting y
to the world
tomorrow. Only sale for cash the Interest. of Wil arbor table saw, 1 band saw 1 < .
l Y by correct thinking and sane liam F. lover Jr. minor. In joiner 1 drill press and lout- '
q y
and to the following described. ort saw Must be reasonable. "
living can tnnke the world
w5 we land, In Bradford County Florida Writ.V.. P. Bennett. Hampton. .
yr 1 (4 reflect! the true, purpose' and to-wltt One-half Interest In and Pla. 11-S Itp ,
,to Wenl-half of Block 11, accordIn .
the
1r yr high destiny of man. to- Ensey'pSurv.y of Hamp FOR flAI.E-Man's bicycle In good '
(Scottish Kite Bulletin) ton, Florida,' and Ka.t-half of condition. $so. L. B .Jordan, 1 :: " 'These
In \VCTU Union Signal.t Block SI and 32 of Hlanrton's Addition mile. from Htarke. highway 48, people can and will.m'ak.e
to Town of Hampton Flor. on way to Camp Blending. Ill ,
Ida
.
f Emma U lover.. A* Guardian FOR RENT S room furnished .
11-18 lit 127I house. Hunt, water 2H, acres "
Und. mule and farm Implement. good' business people for r

Y'7 apt I2& .1'cheaponL.fl.Jordan. other I ml. : Lawteyand ;

from Htarke on highway 48, Itp
; APARTMENTS FOR RENTSee
; HOME '
LAUNDRY
Unfinished or .
finished at Lester Kite's
Us If You Need One S mi.' out on highway 18.home turn surroundings. "
right 1 ml. on Brooker road. ", .
:
1 llStD
d WE HAVE THEM $15 I'erIonth UpI ,. .
ATTENTION VETERANS of list < ,
1'i (1)1"01) Division and families. r
Flare order now for souvenir

BUILDING MATERIALS copy Album of of"Dixie Photographs Division Overseas.containIntr : I hereby wish
them
rw of Division over 160 from picture 140 and to Jan history surrender and all concerned -

i Will Soon Be Released on Mindanao. C.OD, or I
, I postpaid. for |3,60. Write' Cant.. : .r
O C. McDavld. Box 71. Columbia. -: .
Miss '
it well. .

I> : Get Your Lot. Now InriNEHURST FOR SALE-1 It gauge Winchester ... *
&. pump gun. D. 3. Cook. Darby's , .,
Store.
:
,,1 1 u I' ",
.
.Foil SALR-Late model Mercury 4. .
door sedan. Perfect condition, c.:' 't. .
tW.t new rubh.r.I\. Jo"ne. Lake ., ;*,' t '. .
; Butler Fla. .
Up
all '. A Beautiful,. Restricted Sub Division ,


CHOICE LOTS Theressa Church Buck Jones

$100 DOWN $10 PElt MONTH Colored stereoptican views of "

J 'iy t "Puritans In America" will be
) '
SEE shown at the Christian Church In ., F'a'
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,
Theressa on Wednesday evening, i Sampson City ,

Nov. 21 at 7:30: p. m. Two il i', ;.

W. T. CLUTE REALTOR lustrated songs will also be shown. .. .

Y Everyone la Invited to come and '
tee how the first Thanksgiving

was celebrated In America. No

119 EAST CALL STREET STARKE admission will be charged and .

everyone' will be welcome.
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SECTION TWOBRADFORD







COUNTY TELEGRAPH :1 1 j




.. Official County Publication Established In 1877 ";
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STAllKE, 1"'J'IUU.'FHIU.1'i't :\.nF.U 16, 1913
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oW Under Unemployed Pay . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. . . . e . I. . . . . .. . daughter, Wilma Gale of Miami -

anagement Continues To Mount Clay Hill Boa tclrai-n Sunnybrook I Theressa week.visited tho Thomas! family last


of Mr. and MI'.. H. P. Girton and gi
formerly a mas- Payments unemployment Lum air
Mar..J' By ( Bland Ing :Mrs. Jane Hubbard and baby of i
tot t at Camp compensation In Bradford Coun- . J. . . . . . . . ..
.
e .
Charge o' per- e e . e e . e . . . . St. Petersburg visited Cleveland -
, ,, .n ty were made in the amount of
the Station Hospital, Istl : A.WAU VKTKUXUEKPSiAND Rev, and Mrs. Curtis Harris!! of G. M Bennett spent! the weok- James Trleat has returned home Neal last week.

a restaurant on $135 to 9 persons S men and 1 TntTTLF.) OFLIFFI Green' Cove were Sunday dinner end with Mr. and Mrs Floytl after pending some time In Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Garrett of

Uaui* *: In recent woman, during the week ending OOPS OX. guests of Mr. and Mra, Eugene Crosby. Stuart with his aunt, Mrs. Bryantand Daytona Beach, visited Mrs. J. j

,' :e has been"man- October 27, according to an an- "Soldier lest! thy warfare'n o'er. Griffis. i Le Wanda Wasdln of Graham family. P. Dickinson over the weel<-end. a /

,13 14 Doljes ,{! nouncement this week from the Sleep the sleep that knows no Mr, and Mrs. Dan Boree and ; spent the we k-t'I1" with Beverly Mrs Leon Tomllnson and. Mrs. Ray W. Padgett and son 4,
daughter
-
breaking; : Bllllo Ray, have to their
Jo a'i'dJtwas"pelllld sons, Harold and Henderson of Jo Crosby. gone
" by : Florida Industrial Con mission. i Wanda: and Mrs. O. W. Ezellof
Dream of battle !
,' former fields no more: Jacksonville wOre'Ialtlng In this Mr. and Mrs. J. N. Kelly, MrAiaula .., ; home In Burlington, N. C., as Lt. {
,.rt but Wi ,;:likes These payments were to the fol SoMler rest thy warfare's section Sunday.Mr. I Crawford and daughter Jacksonville: ( were visiting theirparents Pndgett has been transferred to ,AFort
. VB
r o'er. _Scott ', Mr and MH.: R. M, 1Il'l'lIey Monde, Md. f
. ,tend to continue In Coverer; and Mrs Mose Fouse of Shirley Ann were visiting Mr. and last wwk.
He has a: wife and Lake ]Mrs. Theodore Rosier of Ralford! ..
City have returned home
, Night had settled down. -- -
I was ..
e
-
Mrs! Murray CaitlPhcrry: Mrs. : ::- -
ers, Clerk, Shlpfitter and Welder. after Mrs. Fouse and< Mr. and Mrs. Bill Smith of 'i
ren Ir/ alone tired yet peaceful. I loved pent a few Johnstown E. S. Sibley and 1 daughter, Ruth,
the days with her sister. Mrs. Callie !Sunday.
calm starry heavens I read and Grace Dickinson
f* Galney.. Wanda, Mary Alice Crosby, were shop- GET ACQUAINTEDWEEK
and fell asleep. I awoke suddenly ping in Gainesville Saturday,
Out of the night came Mr. nl, Mrs. Jacob Green and Charlotte! Knowles, Le Wanda
Can Use More Pulpwood Wasdln, Heverly Jo and Sherman Miss Ida Hagan.! Ntrs. A. H.
cries of anguish and weeping of family of Plant City and Mrs. Crosby were visiting Louise and Kelsey: and ]Mrx. 8 II. Swindell
a strong man. The chickens In W. A. Brown of GroveUnd have I
Fred Johns at New River Sunday were shopping in Hampton Wed I
WHITE TIMBER DIIIT.: the trees made startled noises: returned to their homes after nesday. I
afternoon.
The nelglibor'B hounds began to visiting Mr. Green's and Mrs.Brown's I
ntainer Corp'n. of America Fernandina, Fla. Lacy Johns and Elmer C.ason Mrs. Fred Saletto and son 1.111.1
buy. An mother Mrs.
overseas veteran had Maggie STAHKK METHODIST I
of New River were visiting Mr. ton, of Jacksonville visited her II
Just returned home to find his Green, who has been seriously ill I
and :Mrs O. E. Crosby Sunday sister, Mrs. R. M Hersey last
mother was dead.! :My heart wa! but Is now improving. morning. week 'I CHURCH I Ji

full of compassion. I hid my Miss! Opal Morrell was Sunday R. J. Andrews was visiting in Mr and Mrs. Lee Burkhart of NOVEMBER 18.30
face In my pillow.! I too had
guest of Miss Marian of

ONW A Y'S come back the long road. I too Bethel. Hornsby our Lula community Friday night Hampton, 1trs.Vllma.. a. Sesaler, I _.. .. ---.. .. .... ..--.... .... .. --- ..
Crosby has been very sick Mrs. W K McNamara and -----_. .--.--_-.
had lost a mother.. His road hud! ----- -- -- - ---
Mrs. Lougene Prevail and son, this week. Everyone wishes hera
bepn longer and more weary, his
Earl of Jacksonville are visitingher speedy recovery.
grief new. I would that his battles .
Service StationrllOXE sister :Mrs. Ham Rowe, this Mr. Aruila Crawford and baby,
were truly over-and he could Q a eis
Shirley Ann, were visiting in
do as the poet bade the soldier week.Paul
Thomas, N. K.: Thomas, Lake Butler Thursday.Sgt. .
.147 KINO 2 FOR SCUVICHO rest, but the battle of life goes
Walter Thomas and Jim Thomas Randolph Crosby has re-
on. There in back
no looking
Wauchula., Evciette Thomas of ceived his discharge after serving
Oil Changing To live righteous and Ooilly lives Ocala and John Thomas of Worthington three years overseas In the ETO. l EVERYHODY n?}
and enjoy small things is the
c. to only ; Springs were visiting 'He and wife, Mis. Trudie Crosbyof J ENJOYS BATING: r t.,
Love
guide happiness
now.
e Greasing Maxvllle last week with
their slater! Mrs. Ida Chase, Saturday spent
}Waxing people and all things about you. afternoon. Mis. Chase has Mr. and Mrs C. C. Crosby and
0 \
Enjoy poetry pray much, builda
been 111 for some time. family. They are now visitingMr. ATCAFE '
0 Washing home. See the beauty of sunlight . The
't in a child's hair. Let Mra K. I*. Johnson, Mrs. Leon and :Mrs. Henry Curler of
\ } your
Maxvllle \ ,
and Mr. and Mrs C. B.
1 0 Polishing ard Johnson and daughter, Glenda
heart swell with love, pride and Butler of Jacksonville. .
for others. Then Faye, of Ralford were visitingthe
O Tire Repairs sympathy God Mr. and Mrs Raymond Brown o
bedside of Mrs. E. P. John-
is In heart. There will bo
peace your for God> is love win's. sister, Mrs. Maggie Green, were visiting Mr., and Mrs O. TO Delicious Regular Meals
ECTRIC AR.C WELDINGAMOCO Tuesday. Crosby Sunday
Harry Mosley, son of Harrison Mvandadn Our community was saddened Healthful Vegetable Plates

Mosley was married the last Sun- by the death of Mr. Tom Procter
day in October. He works in Odell Jones of the Navy; ,was of Gainesville lust week his wife Short OrdersLOOK
GAS HOUR visiting his uncle and aunt, Miami .
ONE Miami and was married there to being the daughter of Mrs. Kb-

/II & GREASE a Miami girl. CongratulationsHarry. Mrs. Arnold Griffls, Sunday. bit Norman. Mr. Proctor was

We wish you every hap. Remember church services will well known throughout this entire I

piness. be every Sunday morning and section. We all express our sympathy -

uaker State NJt Mr and Mrs. Winton ParrIsh evening at the Boatdraln Baptist to the family. ?

and children of Chlefland were Church. The public is invitedto Miss Wanda RoHlerof Ralford 1 ,

Oil 'o'a week-end guests"ot Her parents, attend. *.. ... spent last week, with .her uncle \ i I

ealed Containers Mr. and Mrs. F. D. Long. and aunt Mr, and Mrs. ". N t r :
,
The Hcndry children saw an- Emory Price Kelly. Mrs. Omag Rosier accompanied -

other wilt cat. The dogs chasedit Presides Over House her homo to upend a
RIDE few days. ,
up a tree. I have never seen
FLORIDA AUTO LITE Mr. and Mr', Rubin Lewis and
any more. Cong Emory H Price of the
BATTERIESTake children of Crescent!! Ga, were
MOTOR LINES: Mr. Cameron, our health in- Second Florida District, of which
guests of Mrs Lewis' parents,
. school Bradford County is a part, had
(GREYHOUNDBUSSES; Hpector, was at Monday.We Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Ward.Buy .
are always glad to see him. the honor and distinction of presiding -

IS It is a bright spot in our lives. over the House of Representatives -
For Safety Pw M7IE. the last week when It was r
The Jacksonville paper gave
mfort & Economy: namo of Geo. Kllllngnworth as In session as a Committee of the War Bonds sJ .

In New York Whole to consider an important ',
Phone 147 having arrl v e d

Care Of It from oveiseas. There Is great reJoicing measure. TO is A v YOUR REST IN WINTER, TOO! t
Sam of Texas
at his home. Speaker Rayburn ,

Fires have been raging over in invited Price to preside as" chair Relief At Last Your Appearance I<* Important Summer Winter '
"You did fine '
man. a job Speaker -
_ ,fHneniannnrnImumnrl'''''''''''' '''''''''''' _.""IIpmauIIII, ,_," d" ,wwanumaWELCOME,,,, '" ,____-'t' :'!' the woods near Camp No.2. If Rayburn complimented Price, Rain or Shine. Ho Keep It Up Always By
not put out much damage to Sending Your Clothe To Us For Regular Clean- ,
"and I am going to Invite you to
timber renalts.and the I have turpentine tried industry to preside again soon." This was ForYourCough IngH Send Them All To Us And We Will

Price's first time. Return Them To You Sparkling Clean And Nice.
teach what flee does to young
The bill under considerationwas Creomuldon relieves promptly because -
trees. QUALITY} DRY CLEANING AT REASONABLE
an amendment to the act it goes right to the seat of the '
The election for school trusteewas establishing a uniform system of trouble to help loosen and expel PRICES
held Tuesday, Nov. 6. Those perm laden phlegm and aid natureto
In the United States.
who\ were on the board were: Mr bankruptcy eoothe and heal raw, tender. Inflamed PHONE[ 135 tROI3T.
Price expects to visit Bradford bronchial mucous mem
Godwin, Mr. Faircloth, Mrs. Daisy County soon, when the pressureof branes.Tell your druggist to lieU you 315
Long and Nettle Carter.I business will permit. a bottle of Creomulalon with the understanding )
must like the It
you way
wish everyone would read the quickly allays the cough or you. am GREEN, Temple

Bible with me on date as listed to have your money back. ..
by American Bible Society: Nov. 3 eggs 3 cups milk (I like can CREOMULSIONfor Owner: I

-" 22 Joshua 1 and Psalm 121; Fri ned) 3-4 cup sugar, 1-2 teaspoon
:
';:: : salt, 1 teaspoon ginger, 1-8 tea- Caup, Chest Colds Bronchitis
day, Nov. 23, Psalm 23, John 10:1: ; Aye."W
Nov. 24, John Hi; Nov. 25, John spoon cloves and allspice, 1 tea-
'ft'r' cinnamon, 1-4 teaspoon - - - - - - - - -
3; Nov. 26, Matthew 5; Nov. 27, spoon -
nutmeg. Deal all together, last - - - - - - - - -
Romans 12; Nov. 28, John 1114.:
'. The study goes to Christmas. I add 4 tablespoons of melted butter -
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will give you the others at an- Pour Into unbaked crust.

other time, Bake about 40 minutes In over ,

''Vo( matter what branch of the service Lula Mae Mosley was absent 325 degrees. A pumpkin pie iP

from school several days last should be thick to be good. Serve New Plant Now Open , .. ..
week. Her grandmother in Miami with whipped cream-If liked. I !

mother had prefer just plain pie.
Is very ill and her
ou're in No matter whether you'revetting to go to her. We have missed My son Is hauling Japs on the I II

I It Lula Mae and hope she can soon LST from China to Japan. They FOR ( I

I be with us again. She l is a ninth must all be taken home, before I
t he can come. He has enough
a discharge or just starting grade girl.
Here !Is a sentence that Impressed -I points to get a discharge. Perhaps I

the poet James Whit- I some day I too can rejoice. Cold And Meat Curini +'

'nYou'll wel- comb Rlley. "Nothing is more I I[ have not seen him for four Storage

always find a warm marvelous than the common years.

everyday facts of everyday life." Now good bye until next week

T-Sgt. Leonard Strickland re- which brings us Thanksgiving.Lura..

one and the most for your money at turned to his home after several AT

years overseas. His mother pass- IV <....U'I.IT COI liT, lllltUKOIMI II
ed away about six weeks ago. He ('UI \.1v. FLole11f11 IX ClltV.

, S. Store had not had word until he reach. CKHV.niKarct. Culbreth, Plaintiff v.,
ed Clay County of her death. W. "T. Culbreth, Defendant. CaNo. .. STARKE ICE COMPANY
Rev. Klltlngsworth drives the (155.ORDER.
OF PtmurATIOV: AND
small school bus now and takes NOTH'K TO AI'PKAK i
schoolat STATE OP FLOniOA to: W, T.
to high
the senior students Culbreth Il..ldanc.. Unknown.You .
OUR RFCORf ,snow Baldwin. are required to appear on THE PUBLIC IS INVITED TO ,
cembrr 11, 19(5, In the above
OVKB" TWO MII.I.IOYMAnFi For Thanksgiving dinner I likea

>> 5OLDIFIttif PITHCIIAKOl'R H<.<*\5> nice all white (linen) cloth for named plaintiff Court leek and divorce.'I cause, BradfordBounty wherein INSPECT AND USE THIS MODERN :- f

'1.1..1HtST If possible I could Telegraph chall. publish thleOrder .
!"TonE" table.
the In next tour weekly .limuei.WltfieiM .. .
: BB A RF7.1eONt; cook a family dinner. Here Is my . my hand and official COLD STORAGE AND MEAT CURING"J"V"I .
; simple menu: First cream of tomato neal at Ktarke, Florida, thus. November :
e, 1945.OFFICIAL.
soup with salty crackers, ( SEAL) A..1. Thomas, PLANT
and olives. Sec An Clerk of paid Court.
pickles
celery,
$ Zach H. Dnuirlaa, Oalnenvlll, Fla.
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ond baked chicken with dressingand Atty. for fit. 11tt 11-30 I'

giblet gravy, mashed Irish

potatoes beat until creamy, made use PHONE 12 STARKE FLA.R. .
,
candled sweet
with hot milk po

STORES tatoes, creamed peas and carrots, 666Cold

buttered turnips hot rolls) : a saladof V. COLEMAN, Manager/ '

lettuce, pineapple and cottage .
Preparations 4i
cheese. For dessert thick pumpkin -

B L pie with coffee. Liquid, Tablet. Halve, Nose

ANDING BUS STATION Here la tie filling for 2 pumpkin Drop Use Only h Directed'

pies: 2 cups cooked pumpkin I

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n,< t 1 Got What It Takes FEEDS
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'h"'f; It's A Pleasure

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Charley E. Johns
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. a . e aNew Mrn. L. L. Renfroe and son Jacksonville were dinner guests . e . e . . I." rnU..IT rot-NT. nn tlF01119I f her JSrrt.OFFICIAL. lun I I rt'nldrnce IH 19 Via Ailolfn r.n*, '.

Samuel of Vanderbilt were dinner of Mr. and Mrs. O F Tomlin- l'01 \ l's. Kl.Ollllttl l> ('ll tv-I ( MliAI.) ,A I Town df Orvlido Province of '1'0>rrLItaly I
RiverBy ( K.HV.flexlc: AM Clerk of ".1.1.iVmtZach. I '
guests of Mr. and Mrs. M L. son Sunday.Mr. Pine Level r o x llurkft. Plnlnllff, VIO'I If. l)ouirliiH, liionrnvtll\ :I u
Johns (Can Ally for Pit I ld-2rt 41 You are required to appear on1November
Sunday. JnntesV Mucks U.I'n.lan -
School and Mrs. J. K. Douglas and I I I I I 29th., 1945 In the .....". '
Tho Jessie Thomas ny1": II. M.: MrRa!! No. 4126.1 named Court and cause, wherein (
. and son Ernest of
children Drooker I
. . a. of were visit. I 1 . . . . . Ot1'l21l) OF I'rnt.K'ATioN:; iv c-niriir roi it T. tin ti>i<- I plaintiff seeks tllvorcn, llradfonlCounty
Lake City attended church at the Ing Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Andrews AXLI MVTICK TO Al'l'KXU roi'M'i: I"I.OIU"'I I"11 s'I, Teleicraph"" .. thin s
held Sun- Long Bridge '" KPATR OK" Jo'IAlttll'I": Pvt. I Older In next Tour weedy I IBBU.'B.
Christian Sunday. n.iiv.Arniandii:
Church
services were Rev. W. E. JHIIUHV.. Hmki346r..l4\ :\ Hall filled his I I .
urrn/ Sunday night. reg- ... and address IH r, 4l tanl'ge SpttitiK'tl., IMalntlff. \ I WllneMa my hand and ,nffli .lal.
Sunday night at the Long Mr. and Mm G. H. Pattersonof ular appointment at the church P. Miii' It,. ('.."Wit)'. (South I'liinlinii, C'htlulII", .nelll "SpuKix'li.' 1 'I. seal.. at Stark.' ..IIIrlel... thl Oiinli ', ,
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lit Church with the I C.. C. Wynn of Hampton was Lake City were dinner guests Yen are ronulreil to ui|>|>e.ir ehrlftitm Sunday morning and and lu ., uF PI'' I.II ',\TIPS iiil'l-'U'lAr, N"J.; The.. ,
I visiting in this Community Sun- of Mr. and Mrs M. L. Johns and evening "\t>inl><>r 26th., 1IHS In the >\ u.ss. '
of Jacksonville niiiniMl'. Court and cause, wherein I AM: NOTK'K: TO M'l'KXI: I! | As Clerk l>f ill Id 1 Colin.'
D A Greek family Friday and were accompanied -: there were 72 present! for Sunday plaintiff seeks dlv.,,','''. HrmlfnrdCounty STATK' uF> KI.OHIPA 1., :\ :, T 't.ink, I...nelr.."',. Slnrke ..KIcTld
day.Mr. home Mrs. Telegraph shall l iUII-li! this Chrlntlna Maiii"UI. tpaKi. harge. and Mrs. Romle Johns of by C. P.: C wen School. Order: In next four weekly issues.1'Itne.s i
report on Junior Gib- Jacksonville tor the weekend.Mr. h'"hlC.ul .rrld,1 -- 'H_=. m
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e )latest spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Carl Dobbs of ) -
is that ha Is slowly improving Mr. and Mrs. Smith Johns and .' and Mrs. Hush, Waltersand Lake City were visiting! Mr. and ber neal 2411)nt Mtrtrke, 1S45OFFU'IAI. Florida, this Outo-I,

able to eat thin cereal' Mrs. S. N. Johns. Mr. and Mrs G. H. Pattersonof Mrs. B. M. AfcRae Sunday. ( SKAT.) A..1. Thomas, I Homemade Chili Hot Dogs Sandwiches '
!Is now An Clerk of said l Court
a few words. Rev. and :Mrs. D. A. Greek of Lake City and Mrs. C. P. Owen McRae BM: 2-c of Camp T. Frank I..l.iimlrum. ISlarko ,]'llrhl"1
speak Cowen attended the Circus in Endicott, Davisville R. I., arrived Atty. for 1'lf. 10-2 41 Our Specialty. .

Jacksonville Friday night and the Sunday afternoon for a few I
Carnival iv niiniT ("0' IIT. 'tli 51)90111)1
In Lake
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City Saturday
'rompt Service Careful Drivers night. hours the with Jacksonville relatives.Naval He! Air reportedto Sta- t 4.111'rl Ffl: Y. K1.I HIUIKdnii l's IILt\- I! ss ;% TilE HOME

G. W. Andrews and Reddish tion Sunday night. v... .William I'h'lltieck C. Robertson KoI.ertHon,Plaintiff l>"fentlant. OP HOME: COOKINGJerry's

STARKE TAXI SERVICEand business Andrews were In Gainesville' on We are sorry to hear of the OUDKll. ('a... No.OK 4123.I'1'IM..IOATIOVANO : '
Fr
day. illness of little Eloise Dobbs NOTICR TO Al'I'19A14S1'ATII

Mr. and Mrs. Wilbert Mann.and daughter of Sgt. and Mrs. Alton Olf .FIXIKIUA. ti>: Wll-
address
liens C. llol ert on whose
daughter, Marion Kay, of Ocala Dobbs. I In: Uenel'al Delivery, I'ortland, Ors

Willard Mann and Mr. and Mrs. Miss Ann Hall of Kon.
Shirley
You are required to |"poar on
MACK'S TAXI SERVICE Johnny Andrews and children of Palatka spent Sunday afternoon November 28Ih.. 1945 In the above

Lake Butler spent Sunday with! with Mrs H. II. McRae. plaintiff named Court seeks and dtvorrn Gauss. and wherein rentor- CALL STREET e1

Phone 150 Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Johns. Mrs. Susie Myrick 0 fLake anon of mulden. name llradforil. NKXT ))()())t TO WKKTKKN: UNION
County Telegraph shall publlah thus
Mr. and Mrs. Delbert Green Geneva was visiting Mrs II. M. Order In next four weekly I Immeii.Wltnemi . ..
0 Day _. Night and, baby of Lake Butler pent< McRae and Mrs. Robert Myrick my hand and. official --- -- -- ,- -
HMil 1 at Starkv Florida tlilH Oi I Iber
the week-end with Mr. and Mrs.J. Sunday night and Monday.Mr. Sin1: un.cn..rc.J. I .

S Snowden.Mr. and Mrs. M. J. McRae and SFaT.. ) A. J. ThomilAn -POR-
Clerk of said' Court
and Mrs. Carl Nettles were daughter, Mrs. Jack Parker were .
NOW TAKEN FOR ,T. Frank IIIndrun8t..rk.* .Florl
ORDERS In Jacksonville Saturday visiting' at the home of Mr. and Atty. for 1'lf. 10-2K tt 11T -\. Concrete Block Construction I '

CUSTOM MADE FURNITURE Tom Hodge of Union Countyhas Mrs H. M. McRae and Mr. and -

moved to the R. L. Johns Mrs. B. M. McRae Monday. > it I C WNOTiCF Any Type Building ,'
1M HKIIKHV: OIVRM that .
Refinishing and place. Mrs T. N. Norman an(1 son' the undersigned. urn engaged. In ;
Furniture Repairs biiitlnvNH. under the flctltlotm name iO Floors Sidewalks O np
Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Hunt and Gerald of Gum Branch and Mrs of Howlliifr, Hrnther*. located on Steps ,

Interior Decorating eon. Ben of Mulberry( spent the Evelyn: Crosby and Mrs. L. A. highway IS, Htarke; Florida, and ,
week-end with Mr. and Mrs. E. Crosby and children o f Rising Intend to register the mild fklltlouaIIIUHO Steel Window CasementsAlso t
Kitchens Remodelled and Cabinets In the office of the Clerk of
A. Sapp. were vtaiting Mrs H.t. McRae the rirrult Court of Bradford ,
Installed Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Whitfield Sunday afternoon. County, Fin v l
M.: J. Fowling/ Jr.
were In Jacksonville Saturday.Mr. Mr. and Mrs. William Guy Hall W. R) Uuwlliiir, Lumber Direct From Mill
Shiver of Jacksonville is 11-S It 11-23 (t,tnrk. Fla.lv .
Eddie Hartman Furniture Mfg. Co. and children of Palatka were '
spending a few days with friends MALFICI rD: VAtDS
J. : \
Phone 52-J or 87-L visiting their parents, Rev. and : ('IIU'! IT rni-MT, nil u'nll l'OI )
and relatives.Mr. Mra. \V. 11:. Hall Sunday afternoon ( " ", I"I.OIUII'11'''. CENKRAI. CONTRACTOR I
and Mrs. Chester Moodyand (',.al: V.nirhard.
Allen, Plaintiff, VII. Manila 1MIONE !91) I A ,
family of Lake Butler were ,
Allen. JVfelKlant. CIIHB No. 4 123
visiting Mr. and Mrs. M. H. Miss Jewel Edwards of Gum I (HtillOK OK: 1'ITr.L.ICATION: .,.. ... ., ..____........ F .
Branch end her brother Pfc J; B. ANT NOTICW, TO AL'l'KAIi
Moody Sundays.Mrs. STATIC OP KI'OltlltA: :Manila
Miss Darluen Alvarezof
LOCAL FACILITIESof Edwards .
unknown.
Allan whose reHldenre I I.
.
A. P. Johns and
baby were Rising and Neal Crosby were You are required to appear, on

) of quiet refinement with organization visiting Mr. and Mrs. N. A. Con- visiting Mr. and Mrs Robert Taylor November named. Court 20th.,and 1145 canne In. ,th wherein. .l>ovn

enable this establishment to render a nor of Mlddleburg Monday Sunday afternoon plaintiff seeks illvorre, UrndfurdCounty n0dw; a
Mrs. S. L. Crews and Mrs. Telejrriiiih Khali iiulillnh' thin I
competent and thorough in its entirety Dewitt Raulerson Everyone Is invited to attend Order: In next four weekly \l* iteVltiieHD .
were book.
shoppingin
fine and moderately priced service. services each Sunday with Sunday \ my hand and official \ good .. }
eo Lake City Tuesday.Mr. School at 10 a. m. and morn- seal at SliirUe, Florida, this Octo- 7- ;
and Mrs. Joe Moody and
.
-" ing worship at 11 a. m.
--.'" family wore visiting: Mr. and Mrs

Chester Moody and family In Lake iv: nun 1'1' ('0' Ire, flu \iirttiiiitOIT Portrait .
'', Kl.Oltlll lCll \%. ;
DEWITT C. JONES Butler Monday night. ('inv.IiyroM. of "'"
Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Sapp and KoiiMtpfntifiu, A IMO known niv a ,Jt
AMBULANCE SERVICE son Leslie and Mr. and Mrs. M Sieve StvCiino, I'l.ilntlff VK. Be-I (,Q G $
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0>lna I'AppfiluufTno KoiiHtefanoii l> Happy ,
Funeral Director F. Wiggins were In Jacksonville \I'uixlnnt. lease No. 4125. 9Wife I .y ri s'4I
Saturday. oitnrcu OF IUMII.HMTIOX/
STARKE PHONE 7 AND NOTICFTO Al'l'l:AIt ){ N n n
Blanche Butler has been absent STATW UF FUmil to: Mm.nKplnii r ltla.
from school In Starke for the I'npiialunnno Kou t..>runou.Whone .
funeral She Lets Us Do The
Our Iqcal home enables us to rpHl offer conveniences and services not past few days because of an at- address' !t. ,Kre s nit" 31, Athens,
(Ireoco. for the family
tack of appendicitis. We all hope linking
otherwise available. she will soon be well again. You are reaulred, to appear. on
November 26th.. 11)15 In the above
Mrs. Della Thomas and Mrs. named Court and cause, wtu rein.
c'e furnish the highest type service at the lowest prices and Laura Andrews spent the week- .plulntlff nikH divorce and legal LAPPE BAKERY

ccept ANY life Insurance policy In force issued by ANY corn- end In Jacksonville with relatives. use of his Teli'Kraph assumed i shall nilnin.pnhllnh HrndftinlConnly thin A,_es C..e.., 5..w6.M A,1...,rM.MM,Ci.e..e N-MI,T1..4. Ii

icy as payment In part or in full on a funeral. Consultation Conservation officers L est a r Order In; :next four weekly !INHIIVH.WltneKH i
my hnml and oftlrlulanal .
arrles no obligation. Mlckell and R. Simms of Marrla- Al tilarke, Florida thl* Urtober -
ton M. L. Johns 24th. 1945.
were visiting 1 1STAIUE'S

Monday night. AH(OFFICIAL Clerk. lit 8KAL sold; CourtT ) A. J. Thomas, : Old Sarge'.s Place *

Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Turner entertained Frank Lundrum, Stniko .] Iorldl'.
with farewell Atty. for 1'lf. 10-2A 4t 11-18
TELEPHONE OPERATORS a partyfor

R. J. Jr., and a party for iv rinv1'1'r (.nl.U.... 1.11.011.. ORIGINAL"" '
the football boys Mnday night.R. ('01 \1'1_ 1'1.011111\1| IV (.'II'>- k

Permanent Employment 'With Job SecurityYoung J. is being transferred to Camp Rmnia' t''1':11: 'Sawyer. Plaintiff VR. Will .r.

Pickett Va. Sawyer, l>..t..n< Rnt. chain No. 4124. ARMYSTORE
G. W. Andrews and grandchildren OHHIOIl OK PfTUMfATION dh r

women ages 18-23 are needed to be trainedai Ervin, Seober, Doyle, and BTATK ANn; NOTK'M OP' Kl.fIMHA TO Al'l'KAH to Will

telephone operators. No experience nl"cf's..ary.Good Mary L. were visiting Mr. andMrs. Cora:lawyer Avenue, whOH" Ht. Louis Hldwnci Mlnnoiirl.You 1 III 808. 1

while learning antI Increases' a'4..t1rf'd. Joe :Moreland and family In are re |tilretl to appear" on
pay _
Jacksonville Saturday. They at- November 20th., 11145 In. the above 4e "FF' I "F 4
named Court and cause, wherein
tended the Circus and were ac- plaintiff seeks dlvorre, Hradford EXPERTWORKMANSHIP AuthorizedUy
SALARY $20.00 for 40 hours work. Time and one
i
companied home Sunday after- County TeleKraph shall publish 1\ thin I
half for over time and hour worked In CXCPHH of noon by Mrs. Laura Andrews, Oril<-r In next my four: hand weekly and IriHiieM.WltnufiM official. The 'War Department I

40 In any one week. Time and one half for Sun. Mrs. Della Thomas and Joe More- cent.r 2llh.at Htarke ISIS.OFF9'IAL ., Florida, thin Octob -

day work and extra pay for late hours. Taxi ser- land ( 8KATA.. J. Thomas '
i
Vergle Southerland o f Union Aa Clerk of said Court. Operated t'
I
\lce! furnished for late hours. Mr and Mrs 7.arh If. lioiiifliiM, fjalneAvllle: ; Flit.
County was visiting Atty. for 1'lf. 10-28 4t 11-16 ALL WORK' Ily an Ex-Soldier
A. P. Johns Monday afternoon. /
Goon opportunity for promotion and a fine future iv (111(1I'T (-r-ni-iiT. 1111i>r<>nu
if ..Dt..I! Y. pi.oiiiitti iv nn\- IGUARANTEEIJ i
you are ambitious. CK.IIV.John .
1 1 I i Leavlft, Plaintiff vn. LorneVest HEADQUARTERS
\ Leavltt I>nf..ndant. Case No. 9
Vacations with pay, sickness benefits, a pension
4111.ORDER YOU CAN KNTKl'ST: YOUK FOR ALL MILITARY SUPPLIES
OF rrifMrATio.vAND
plan, comfortable and club room and pleasant -
lounge TOR ACID INDIGESTIONCarpenter's NOTirH' TO AI'I'KAlt FINEST WATCH TO OUR
surroundings. BTATK OF 'I.OHIIA! to- KorenoWeHt NOVELTIES and JEWELRY
Keavltt. whone reMlflence !I. C'AHK i
K4K N.V a.lrd: I-Itr..t. Oklahoma
Come In today for complete information and talkto i s City, Oklahoma.'
You an required to appear on
:Mrs Edith Cameron. Hours 9 a. m. to 4 p. m. November 21th., Ill 15. In the above Ben Suslow'sArmy
named. Court and caUMe, wherein
plaintiff Meek. cllvo....... tired eord TheSTAG
County Telegraph shall publish thin
Order .In next lour weekly luxueM., J
SOUTHERN BELL TELEPHONE Witness my hand and official
% 50c Meal. at Htarke. Florida, thin Octo. Store
ber 19th.. 194S.OFFICIAL Carter Hldg., Starke
& TELEGRAPH CO. ( SEAL) A. J. Thomas

An Clerk of ald Court. ,.....,_ .. .
110 Madison St. Starke, Florida Storr K. IMcllrath.. 121 Drug .
Jacknonvllle, "Florida Atty. for 1'lf. .
10-28 4t ll-lfl r

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Authorized Dealer for The Following Lines of \WHEN YOUR TIRES ARE SLICK
COUUTKOUSCOKKECT
Appliances: FOIL C__

RADIOS Zenith, General Electric, Motorola Car & 1 Cs' c; '
IT'S TIME TO
House!'! Sets Farnsworth. l' INFORMATION IN BUSPlesMe RECAP .

!?HRIGERATOR3 Hot Point, Gibson. Phone 147 9" "7

.. LET US RECAP YOUR COMPLETE SET = Storage Room j jI
CASHING MACHINES Automatic & Non-Auto- "
Motor Lines Greyhound Busses
Ride Florida .
1gl5j Kendix - -
AUC," General Electric.

HOT WATER HEATERS Hot Point, Clark, Duo UNION Ave ICY BUS COSVAVI.nt STATIONTemple Stark, Fla. ,i KECAPI'ING AND VULCANIZING .

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S Model;1P CE HEATERS Duo Therm, About Nov. 15 on ,i 2-h OUR SERVICE nEST MATERIALWORKMANSHIP '' '

I_715. as to factory. .
GUARANTEED

We Can Also Take Your Order On The .

New IIOT POINT All-Electric Kitchen (; GRADE A RUBBER AVAILABLE, e NOW .


FaYI! A Complete Line of Wiring! Materials. We

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COUNTY TEKKOKAFH. "STARKK.OTH Fl.fltl/A FRIDAY N'O\'E\: pJGE tR
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! 4 0 d IH HKIlKItY' : fllVRN,. .1
': e { hat Don a 1 lil 1 Stern holder of Tax 4 rWv
t bl 4 i '..rtlfl"-nl>- No. 1041 I IHMU.-.I I (Ihl' 7th
v day of AiiKiiHt A. TJ. l 19:13.: him, filed
\ Yams" In my ...,rric.< iinil IllM made
I ( { ,' ;1. 'tDplluCI.ll, 1 for a tnx deed 1 (ID )h.
II iHHueil th.." ..n.. Hald rrrllrlrats! ,
umhrnri'H tinfollowing I .. d<' erll>..dpropritv
r 'In the Cnunty of Kradford' ,. p
.j"" State ,,f | It! )' WH, nf NK'i: i ot NK'i/ Her." 23 Tw' |>. \ ,.
t,; 6 S. II 22 !Is., contalnlnK 20 A"ry.: ,
morp i r "IOHH.
1. r ) ,,2 The niooHHinent nf thn nnld I property .

'l .. ." under wns In the the laid nanui certificate of/ Frank IHn * .* '. *. *

F,, Stern. 1'. *
S' : IJnlepH nald 1 certificate rtmll. be .
redeemed. according to law the .
I: ; ', property described. heroin wilt\ .b.. ... at
't'', Mold to the hlRhoHt bldiler at tliO' ", '. eI
f''. ': ;P court hotiiif door on the flrnt Monday :
{. I I 5 In tho: month of December '
:, 194S which. IK the 3rd .day of December j
,1 J f'4 I 1945.
S'', a'; N, Hated this Iwt day of November, I Ib.
L 5$ 1945.fOKFlCIAr : j .
:. i "M2\h> A. .T. Thomo' ,
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Clerk of i-lrcull Court of Jlnidford
,; I G ' County. Florida. Jl-2 4t 11-23 J )
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s". t5 IN Cllll'l IT roOIT. III tllKOIIK :
; : 9 q <.'!>! YT1. KI.IKIIIN ('11It ty.
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"4 A Aan!; >- Moodv Anderson, 1'IAhtlff
,' 't .L vir. Hoi) Boyd Anderiniii" Difndant.C .
'+ H N.I.. 41.17.OUD1CH .
'.' (OP I'tT.I.K'ATION: .
S }I ALAI) :N'OTUMO TO API'KAH ;
.. ti HTATR. OK rt.OIUPA..: JlsilPojwl \ .
I"" .Anderson llux 491 Fliirenoe,

South CnnilInn. # ,. . . -
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You !r. rrjijiilrnrt i np| ,
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In the above .!!.i7, .
t December 3, 1945 ".t. '- .
: i named ('flU rl nod CHUMP, winreinplaintiff f. j( I"" '." .,. I"
I s it; ( 'k i I>I*.I'M| divorce and rextoralr : .,*i: ; T'TTIT'S
k t >n nf MaliU-n. Ndinn. llrndfortt :
nl llxh the. ''r
County T..Irgra'ilt'hail' |> .
f', ,I q/ I tj4 OrdiT In rioxt fi.,nr weekly |issuer( r .: '
fM' 'WUnc, my bond and nfflflal I.,. "
t ib .Neal! nt tct".k. Florida! thin. Octnb .
(j' ry "r SSth, 1945.OPKK'IAIi '. \ .
? ( HKAU) A. 1. Thssnu.!
'( 4'' 1 An ri..rk of said, Court. r .
Htnrki, Florida., .
,4 M i T. Frunk I.nnilrum, .. '
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I In 1 t 1Yl1 4 Mary Kellnrman n..riirinMrhe, Pluln' '
) ( {Y, lift "... 1 Klkiinnh nmoHfhe.. Pe- : '

"r teodentNo..OlCOnit OF ri'liLIOATION. 4143.I. ; :;"r' ;::1::1:1P T

.,. f ><,t ANIi NOTICR. : 'I'( AI'PKAn: '.. .-I. .
1 1 t RTATK: OF (o'I.OIU"tOI: Afr.Rlkariah . Y"t
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i onmoKuhe, whonn rs1l \1 } \ ,
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; i. t New York New York Hud whomeIi :o.. "$ \
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p' >..t nfflcw' Aildremi" IB !Mr.\ FJIkannltn 0..', t'' .
"nm<>Hrli>>, % Clurioff 135 W. . ... "'
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I New York.
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h >S i <. required to n|'p( <*ar on I < ; "
>'. 1a Decumbrr 3, I'.llj\ In the nlinvn : .
t ? named Court and C-BUK, wherein I ) is,:.' '; 01.'I:
r t plaintiff woke dlvtirre and "renfor* "' ,.' .
1 Htlun nf :Malden imrne. Urailfnrd, I ; ; .
County Trli'Kruph' .shall puhllnh this .' .> ; .
IS '
Order In next four weekly IMHUSH.Wit ,: "il. t ti.
n IICKX my h, pd and nffiilatum ' '
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q' II>t .Stnrkn, Horlila. thlH\ i. :. .
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1'r'' 1 vomhor I. 1915. ,
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5 1WI ICI.t1 A. NO-I ', I .
f 4 I, 1( An Clerk nf atd Court.T. !.' ", ;t .. \, ..
iindrum Htarke. : .
Krjink: .' ' .
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11-2 41 11-23 :.
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,l j' Ion WIIHitmH" rialntlff. v". Jean- ;. : I' S

9 N'? 1 1 Ate William, cfendant.. Care No. ._. ..' . . : .
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3' tat r,'F rrHMC'ATIOX. : AND : "
a k NOTH'K; 1'0 APF13AH 4 ,
) j j} E t i ATI2 OF FLORIDA. to: Jenn- ;., ,.

S s k' ' 4 i .WllllamM, llcxldence Unknown. '_, r' e'/e' '. \ M.':r, ;. ';,1 ...: ':\. I
tt ) )l arc required to appear on > y .yg"i' . ... ><,0. . "" .- .
6 nber II I. 1945\ In the above : i
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l ..., O"urt; and cause, whereinmlnUrr 7 1 ;
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tieekH .Ivlll." Bradford .t.yw:eta ? '
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'..lInt, Telegraph, hall. publlvh, this. 1 .. .
6 Order In next four weekly l I..u.
.'0 VVltii.fM my hun.I and. offlrlalML I
c4 t,, '' { (. tit Htnrke.. Florida. this -
> T 6. 19<5. NO\-I
o', t4 1, HFFICIAI.: 8RAI.' ) A. J. ,
t KK Clerk: of said Court I Iinch I .
/ ( r s f'4 \ '/ II. TiotiHliiH Onlnexvllle. "' ... ... '.. "
j Atty. for IMC. 11-9 4t -
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if ' }, (IY: \ flllft IT 1st/l '. till IH-'CIHI
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hI !rk,, tM roe Y'1't'' fl.OIIIII\ | IN III1NCKIIV. -
''r' t : Medae wile t/ie Jlaa the i/lnited fAatc

S,} t a r x t W I( 11g..urlc Mnnn Mnnn,J'lnlntlff Defendant.va, ChnlmemMfriil Case. No. *s ,iance fo 0/ 0/ mwica


t ) I OHJ>KH OF frni.lCATION" : AND ,
,I 9 b NOT 1CH: TO APPHAIlBTATH
41 r' f '4f' : OF KLfUllDA to: C >1. '
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Anti I'll back that with Bonds
,,75 t'' TinlmerH. Alfrnil Mnnn. S3239571: ( up pledge Victory plenty:

wh. n..*rvHldnca IH H'.. A II. H. 101'1.| ,
,nt'' i r mint A. H. Group, AIM. :21)0! % l'o.tnnxter of them ) '
,I New York New York. :
i S ,F ''fit 1'' 1 You lire roqtilred to appear on.Itoienther
II, 1D45, In the above S
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r' H, f, +d t+ v' I Intlff er In Telxirrnpli. next seeks four.. dlvorr shall weekly Ptihllnh, rtrndfnrdinty IHHIIOH.Witneffn this. end fo the cswiiwttc MM* tvnicn it tan /o ? : ; .

al wp C my hand and official /. ,
I at Starlio: Florida, this No-
19 n. .

t tOnFFICIAt.\. Clerk? of. !SI-IAL: Haiti ) Court A. J. Thomas. (My country the land that yields my crops, that gives a living .. .' -;

"tarh H. DoiiKla, UalneHvllle, Fla.
,R i + + Vlty. for 1'lf. 11.9 41 11.30 to me and mine. I'll put my dollars to work for her.). : ,,


1' ,.. "lIlt'll'r COI Ire. lilt uFOnut'ot'vl'1' ": ; "

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q? Iq ',4 I .T--.ll V. nation hldivi ioMh
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: t R a r Iri Mary Ixiu Moore Plaintiff, vn. Eli L/ne '
1% I N*. Moore. Defendant. Case No.. ,
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'i {qI P; C .ORDKH OF rfHUCATlOS: AND
S ' f NOT1CK': TO APPF.AK: I'll nation and 1t
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( keep one happy.
prosperous
a STATK OF FlX>ntDA to: Ell M. A
; Aj (........ Residence. I.'nknown. ;' ,
)ti 71 r d3 1 1.1 hreembet 11. 1J45, In the above" .
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t. > .d Court: and ciiine, wherein '
,. S s M'ttt reeks dlvorre. Bradford
5 f t .Telea-raph shall publish. this ) ;
t t ;A, r In next. four weekly luauen.e . .
FI 5l < .H my hand. and offlrlal Healtnrke '
,), ,t ,r e' + "L Florida. this. November. lilc1t-ty and JuAtict 101tall" :

1t > Fsl VICTORY
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FI"' \L SEAL) A. J. Thomas,
J ; S M C1rk T* nald Court.
*tarA. If. l>
Atty Tor Pit. 11-9 41 11-30 5 5. (And a good living for all the living that my backlog of LOAN

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W (IMIT fOI IIT. IllllirOHI> Bonds will make secure in the years to come . for me, for my

,p_ 1 i t6 roi;NTV. Kl.lltlllIN| ('11 t4 N- '
refit Y. .. ',' I community, for the boys who will be coming back from fighting
\ 1i.:14' L. ParrlKh. Plulntlff' v*. Willie'' ;, ?

; ,__WI.Parrlnh Defend.int.. Cane No. in their country's service.) ei
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5, 5 OltOKH: OF PITILICATION. : AND ...
if NOTICK TO A1'l'I AIt .
j'' ))5L 1 8TATF5 OF KIXIK1DA to: Willie
)tae I'arrlnh tteiddenve Unknown. S.
Yon are required to appear entWeftmbrr I l
)), y 6 3rd, IMS I In the above .
.named Court and cause, 'wherein : .
,a ) k''' plaintiff seeks. divorce Bradford, -

't'd 4"t Covnty Untor In Telegraph next four h weedy:.I\Issues thin H. C. Wall Agency Insurance S Union Bus
Witness my hand and official --- Depot
n, ''t ....! at "'..rk... Florida, thin. :Novem-" ,
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'OPFIC1A1. HP'.A: !,> A. J. Thomas, t
4s J1's : i \. (T TK of sold, Court. "
1i. 4 'I. O Brown Utarke, Fla. Atfy. .,
y 4 i for Ilf.. 11.141 ll-Si The Canteen' Mike Klondes- ,:: k P. S. Stores



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